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PIS5 ;,7 7-'"$'''$'"" p r-?i""rT
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JIB " "' ii win.,
"Will lie received nl (.lie ofllcc ot tlic I
lioiiil Supervisor, in tin- Ivitpuuiwit
Building, uiilil WEDNESDAY, June
22, ul 12 o'clock noon, for furnishing
lo tilt) Honolulu Roml Hoard at Hono
lulu, the following ilciux of tool and
materials, as per schedules herewith,
for six months fioin duto, vi. :
Lime lVr Mil
Hunt's Axes Tor doss
Shovels (long &. short handles) "
Oo Hundles "
Oos .' "
Tick Handles "
Mattock Handle "
Wheelbarrows (wood & iron). . "
" Trays, " "... "
Gftlv. Iron Buckets, 14in. lfiin. "
Mack Blasting l'owdor . I'or 25ll kog
CSiant " " . .I'er flOll. bo.
" ' " Caps Per bo.
Fuse tbest quality) Tor 100 feet
' Lard Oil Per case
Kerosene Oil Pei 10 eases
Sperm Oil Per gal
Black Oil Per gal and bbl
Everlasting Axle Grease. . . Per ease
Oarboliueuin I'er gal and bbl
Koiie.lin.-2iu. (Manila). I'ct lb in coil
Waste Per bale
N.iils, Gal. A lion, tid-OOil.. Per keg
Stable Betiding, (Kiee Straw &
Hilo Grass) . Per bale of 100 It.
lloisu Shoes and Nails Per keg
Padlocks (Yale) Per do.
Hinges, Galv. & Iron, 8in.-12in. "
Depaiture Bay Coal Per ton
Newcastle Coal "
Blaoksinitli Coal "
Uoirugatcd Iron and Ridging,
Per It' and foot
Bin Iron, round anil Hat Per lt
Harness and Saddle Leather . "
lU-d Bricks Per .i
Spokes, Felloes and Hubs,
(Dump Cait size) I'ei do.
Oak Plank, 2 Jin .:tin Pei fool
N. V. Lumber, Timber Per i feet
" " Boards "
" " Scantling.. "
It. It. W. Lumber, Plank...
" " Boards . . "
" " Posts (split) "
" " Battens,
lin. ;iin. tin "
Cedar Shingles Per Jl
Redwood Shingles "
All bids must be endorsed "Tenders
- I'M Tools and Materials, Honolulu
All materials must be delivered
within one inilo of the P. O. free ot
The Hold Board do not bind them
ruliis o -i-cept the lowest oi any bid
Hy iir-lrf ot tlio Honolulu Boat'
W. H. CUMMINGS,
Bond Supervisor, Honolulu,
liiiiiululu. .luue Hi, 1802.
Will bo received at the Interior Oiliee
mm MONDAY, Juno 27, 1802, at 12
hVIim k noon, foi furnishing to the Iu
ranr A-yhtni, tin- Mippliun mimed in
the following Si'lii'duh's foi the term of
(! mouths fiom July 1st, 1802:
IlilMn. HKQUIIIEMnXT, BAY.
llcW, fiesh -1(500 llih
B-uf, prime fiO lbs
Biead, fresl' (520 loaves
Bir.nl, saloon IKSO lbs
Bui' ins, steamboat I do
Baking Powiler, Boyal, (i-o..
Una 2 do
l!au-, pink 80 lbs
Cullito, gieon, Ivuna 100 Ibr
(i.llioh, whole 200 lbs
Floui, Golden Gate U-ijr. sks
MaiuliC'', long cud - gross
MaueiiMjiii Ift lbs
Vitpuieolli., 1 lbs
I'.a.l Hurley 2J lb.
Oat Meal fiO lbs
O.l, Koronono (liust) (5 eases
Ouiom I crates
Piiiatoeij (5 "
Pork, corned, bbl
Rice, Ni). 1... 700 lbs
Bmjj.U.No.I. 800 lbs
rialt, courpo 100 lbs
Salmon. . . .' II bbls
Tobacco, jilug, at per lb 2 bxs
Ti-a, China, Poweliing, uc per
pound 2 bxs
Toiiiutoes, canned 0 iloz
Biau, at per ton of 2000 lbs. , ..fl bags
Middlings at put ton 2000 lbs a bagH
UtilUil Barley at per ton of
2000 lbs fibagfc
liids must be mado foi tlio items of
t'io-l .Suited tile separately.
Ail supplies must be iloltwii 1 at
tie Aryluin in audi ijiiiiiitituo as
Ik m time to time inquired and Mile
c'i't to the iiisjieution and ajijuoval of
ww fcaiwmi wtf4wmMi i'
Ml tWJW WWitHlirtlll'llT'iajlW II
the Medical Simnrintciulcnl or Ills
All tenders must be endorsed, "Ten
der for Supplies, Insane Asylum,
Tho Minister of the Interior docs
not bind himself to accept tbo lowest,
or any bid.
O. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the luteiior.
Interior Ollicc, Juno 17, 1802.
Tenders for Boot Cnitlo
JTtcB or Tin: UoAitn of
Honolulu, Juno 17, 1802.)
Tenders will beieceivod at this ollicc
until WEDNESDAY, Juno 20,1802,
at 12 o'clock noon for supplying the
Leper Settlement on Molokai with:
1 Good Beef Cattle uvei aging not
less than !l2f) lb. per head when dress
ed. 2 Fat Heef Cattle.
The cattle are to be delivered at the
Leper Settlement in good condition
at an average of 00 head per mouth,
more or les--, for the use of the Board
from July 1, 1802, to December 31,
The tender for fat Beef Cattle must
be for- the price pei pound when
diessed, and that for good beef cattle
must be per head.
The hides and tallow are to bo the
properly of the Boaid.
All the bilk must be marked "Ten
der for supplying the Leper Settle
ment with Beef."
The Buard will elect which tender
to aecept, and does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
By ouler of the Boaid of Health.
President Board of Health.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1801.
Holdeis of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, aie hoieby noti
lied that the horns for using water for
ii ligation purposes are from G to 8
o'clock a. .v., and -1 to 0 o'clock i M.
until further notice.
JOHN C vVHITE,
Supt. Honolulu ater Works.
C. N. Sl'ENCKU,
Minister of the luteiior.
ailp ill ii F I e f i
Pledged to nnlhrr Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, JUNK 20, 1802.
WHO IS MISREPRESENTING?
This morning's Advertiser, refer
ring to an article in the Bulletin on
"Before condemning strangers,
however, for writing sensational re
ports concerning our domestic affairs,
it will be well for the Uullltin to
mend its own conduct in niisrepre
scntiiii! Ilawaiiuus, as was done in its
issue of June -1, under the heading of
'Our Annexation Minister,' where an
alleged interview was made the basis
of censuring the Hawaiian Minister
at Washington lor Heiitiments winch
ho never uttered, and which aie
known to be contrary to his views on
To prove it- cliaige of ntisrepre--icutation
against this taper, lite Ad
vertiser quotes from the New York
Shipping and Commercial List an in
terview with Minister Smith, diffeiing
materially in sentiments from that in
the Herald quoted by the Bulletin
on June llh. Had we come across
this interview in the List, nothing
would have given us more pleasure
than to have reproduced it. But, us
it happened, several interviews in
utlicr papers with the Minister, all of
a uature similarly compromising lo
that in the Herald, i cached the Bul
letin. It was lime to censure the
Minister, tin ample period having
elapsed, prior lo the republication of
the Herald's interview, for the Min
ister to have acknowledged or denied
the authenticity of previous inter
views telegraphed all over the United
States, lo which the Bullktin had
conspicuously drawn attention.
However, the censure in this paper
was made conditional it had a big
"ii" in it. The interview was editor
ially introduced in these words, "He
is reported to Itavo said:' and fol
lowed by the editorial remark, "There
is a hope left that to the lively ima
gination of the correspondent pari at
least of the humiliation may be at
tributed." To characterize bucli
caicful treatment of the reported
words of a public man as "inisre
picbcnluliuu" is itself misrepresent
ation of a lather cool and deliberate
Tlicru U one point in tho interview
of .Minister .Smith published In the
Ad vei titter, in icgaid to wltiuh it
would he a credit to his wisdom if it
tune pioved u misrepresentation.
This is where the Minister is reported
to lmvo snid, "The American Con
gress has a fashion of abrogating
treaties at its own fico will," and
then in the next breath to have plead
ed for "a perpetual treaty of free
trade," which "would at once inspire
us witli confidence and rest our various
business enterprises on a stable
basis." Where is the perpetuity of
any treaty to come from, which is at
the mercy of a Com;rc33 that "has a
fashion of abrogating treaties at its
own free will?
When Minister Smith denies the
authenticity of the interview purport
ing to have been given by him to the
Washington correspondent of the
New York Herald, it will be time
enough for the Advertiser to talk
about misrepresentation on account
of the republication of that interview.
THE STUDENTS LEAD.
There was a poor attendance at
the baseball game on Saturday be
tween the llawaiis and Ktuneha
mehas, which pel haps influenced the
game to a certain degree. The lla
waiis put up poor ball as was ex
pected, considering that they very
seldom practice. The game ended
17 to 2 in favor of the students.
Following is the olllcial score :
All.lt 1111 O. A. 11.
Mahuka, lb., fi 1 3 0 1 0
Kauk.t, r.f C 2 2 0 0 0
Meheula, p 0 2 2 0 a 0
ICnanol.of 5 2 10 0 0
Pahau, 2 b H I 2 I I! 0
Makananl, 1. J 0 It -I 110
Baker, c 0 1 'J 10 f 0
Wahhiemalkal, :ih I 2 2 2 0 1
Ciuiunings, s.s 5 0 1 13 0
4!) 17 'M 27 10 1
All. It. 1111 O. A. E.
Kosa, G., e.f 4 0 2 111
Dan, 1. f 3 1 1 .T 0 2
Monls,2 b 3 10 2 3 0
Woods, P., p 4 0 2 11a
Long, s.s tl 0 1 3 r 1
might, 3b 3 0 10 10
Mah.mlu, r.f 3 0 JJ 0 0 1
Pijce, c 3 0 I 3 1
Thompson,.!., lb 2 0 0 13 4 2
2S 2 8 27 14 10
sconi: x innikhs
Kahinehamehas...G 0 3 10 10 5 117
llawaiis 10 10 0 0 0 0 0-2
Summary: Earned Buns ICaini'lia
ineha, 7; llawaiis, 1. Two Base lilts
Katika. Double Play Woods and
Thompson, Lung and Thompson, MaVa
iianl and Pahau, Ciumnlugs and Mahuka.
Bases on Balls -By Woods. 3; by Me
heula, I. Stitt'-k Out By Woods'3 ; by
Meheula. 7, Wild Pitches By Woods,
2: by Meheula 1. Passed Balls Pi 3'cc,
1. Left on Bases ICauieliainehas, 8;
llawaiis, 3. Hit by Pitched Ball- Long.
Umpires Crabbe and Willis. Scorer
J. W. inter
HOW THEY STAND.
The following i3 the standing of
the different chilis in the Hawaiian
League up to June 18:
C O ";
'I - f.
s ? s
H I 2 I 1
I I i 2la
1 1 ....
2 I 2 I 3 3 ..
Waller Wlilt- II-n l I'oImoii Al-Ii-i;i-I
lo lie Tuki-u by 3IltuLi-.
Walter White, a mason by trade,
died last night from the effects of a
dose of strychnine, self-administered,
according to li is statement before
dyjng, by mistake. The following
facts are gained from the police:
At 12 noon cries of help were
heard emanating from the room where
White was living at Kikihale. A
woman living with him had just left
to visit friends. People living in the
next loom thought lie. was drunk as
customary with him on Sundays. So
no notice was taken of his cries The
cries came at intervals and ut 2
o'clock olllcer Needhain, who lived
in the neighborhood, went into Hie
room and found White lying on the
bed and ti entitling nil over. Think
ing that White had convulsions Need
ham lomi-lomied him. Finally White
opened his eyes and asked who was
there, when the policeman told him.
White begged him iiot to leave, bin
stay there witli him. lie was again
attacked with the shakes and tv itch
ing all over. When he came to again
he told the policeman that he had
poured out the medicine in a glass
and went to sleep. When he awoke
he drank it down, thinking it was
water. After saying this he became
unconscious again and Needhain left
and reported at the Station. Dr.
1'eters.on went to the residence, but
his efforts were unavailing and in the
evening the man died,
An examination of witnesses is
being held this afternoon in the oiliee
of lite Deputy Marshal.
White had been here llfteen years,
working under T. B. Walker most of
the time, hut lately with K. B.
Thomas. He was an industrious
workman and an energetic llretiiau.
He was a member ot Kugiue Co. No.
1 and Captain Cook Lodgo, Sons of
St. George. His funeral took place
from Hie hall of Kugine Co. No. I
litis morning, being largely attended,
l'lullips Harry, u twelve-year-old
lad, is one of the best botanists in
Boston, where lie has taken several
pri.us ul exhibitions, Uu knows
tliuy's Manual almost by heurt.
l!x ' Hoiimoro."
The Pacific IlAiinwAitr. Co., Ltl.,
have just received from England an
invoice of tho well-known Doulton
Waie, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineum Avenaiius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
Auction Sitfes by Lswls J. Levey.
AUCTION SALE OF
On WEDNESDAY, Juiiw 32,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX.
I will sell at Public Auction, at my
Salesroom, 415 ACIIKS, moie or
less, situated at
And having abundance of water thcieon.
t& TKKMS CASH, and deeds at ex
pense of purchaser. For further pat ti
culars apply to
LEWIS J LEVEY,
151 2t Auctioneer.
Auction S"les by James F. Morg'n.
By order ot Mi:ssns. II. II VCKFELD
ii CO , I will sell at Public uc-
tioti, at my Salesroom,
On FRIDAY, Juno aitli.
AT lO O'CLOCK A. M..
To eloe consignments.
Demijohns Vlncg.tr, Boxes Caudles,
(Ja.es l astor ,c Salad Oils.
Cases Corned Beef.
Fieneli Peas, Pickles.
Crockery & Glassware
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Bowls, Plates, Ktc, lite.
Beer, Wines, Brandies, Whiskies,
Cases Champagne, pints and quarts;
Etc., Etc., Ktc, Ktc.
JAS. F. HIORGlv,
451 4t Auctioneer.
LuflM s JiCB of Hull !
Having heietofoie, lo wit, on the
2fith i'ay of May, 1892, distrained foi
arrears of lent of the Chinese Theater
premii-ef, King ttieel. the following
Goodt- and Chattel, to wit:
8 Chet-U containing Cliinci-e Cloth
intf, Uainient.- and I'.u.iphern ilia,
Maskf, Fans and Sundries ttt-ed in
Chinese pla, 1 Chinese .loss, Limps,
Large Clock, Small Clock, LanieniH,
Chairs, Tables, Flags, Fans, Orna
ments, Chinese Musical Iiistiiimcnts,
Chinese Weapons, Sofan, Step Lad
ders, etc., etc, all UM'd in said Chi
nese Theater, the same being tho pio
peny of Cliook Pan On & Co.
Notice is lii'ii-by given Hint in case
of non-payment of such arreais ot
rent and costs within lfi days ftom
this date the said Goods and Cmtttels
will bo sold at Public Auction, to wil,
oo MONDAY, the 27th day of June
iiist., at 12 o'clock loon of said day,
at the Chincrio Theater pieinises on
King street, Honolulu, near the Oahu
llailway & Land Co.'s ollico
VIM QU.M and
Dated Honolulu, .Juno 10, 1&!)2.
O FriX IV fl I n jk:.
ForPortland, 0., & Victoria, B. C.
TheS. S. 'l PALM AS"
Of tlio abovo Line will be due at
And will have inmiidliite dispatch for
tSf For Fi eight or Passage apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES &. CO,,
441 !7t Agents.
TOTI' K Is h'wlty yiven that I will
i-i not lie ifspontiblo for any hills
contractul for tint Steamer "Alliiiiinl"
without my wiitteu order.
.JOHN F. BOWLKlt.
Owner Stejiner ".vkam.il. "
Honolulu, June 111, lK'JJ. 418 2w
ASI'KINOFIKLD Ilu-Llght (las Ma
thine In complete woiklug older
mid giituiititeed. Will lie soli) upon
favoiiihle teiuiij lo the piucliascr. Also
a few Handsome Fixtures. Apply to
:0 if Klin; sti.et.
VMAX wltii iimh'iMiinils fitiniln
ami I iKinjr uaie n( stock j itiiitl lie
ndinr mill ihui 'Uglily pii.teil lu hU unrl;
anil IniM' (,'ikmI Kifeieui'UBi iiune hut a
i'tiiiiiutiinl mail need iitily. AthliuM
"J. O. Ilex I.," lluiiulnlu. 4 12 Jin
mi fjwprii lf'SVlfolff'rfWwMrii'iiijnT'nijiMuwtWwu
THE MUTUAL LIFE iNSUBANOE 80.
KICIBAKO A. ait:;i)JMY.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0UARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by nny Insurance Company.
t& For full paiticulais apply to
1-9 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
Racing Association !
Monday, July 4, 1892.
Racos to Comni-neo at 10 o'c'ock.
1st RACE SPUKCKKLSVILLI':
liitiinitiK Race, -J-mile dash. Fiee
for till Hawaiian bred hoi.-es.
2d RACE WA1KAPU PURSE.
Running Race, -milc dash. Fiee
3d RACE LAIIAINA PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing, 1-mile
heats; best 2 in ,1, to harness.
For all horses without a lccord of
U :20 or belter.
1th. RACE WAILUKU PURSE.
Running Race, -J-inile and repeat.
Fiee to all Hawaiian bied horses.
."illi RACE KA1IULU1 PURSE.
Running Race. 1-mile dusli. Free
Cth RACE HANA PURSE. $125.
Ti oiling and Pacing, 1-mile
heats; best 2 in .'I, to harness.
Fiee to all Iioim", with no better
lccoid lltau '.1 :00.
7th RACE KULA PURSE. S50.
Running Race, 4-mile dash. For
Ponies 11 hands and under, to
carry 100 lbs. and upwards.
8th RACE MAN A CUP. Value
SliiO or its equivalent in coin.
Running Race, 14intle dash. Free
to all Hawaiian biud hordes.
9tli RACE WA111EE PURSE.
'Plotting and Pacing Knee. 1
mile heats, htssl .'i in fi All lmi
seh witli a leeord of 2 110 or better
to go to road cart and cany 185
lOtli RACE -CORINTHIAN.- Gold
Medal, value 350. Eutiaitee
Running Race, 1-in dash. Wel
ter weights. Fiee to all ineinlieis
of the Association.
lltli RACE-QUEEN LIL1UOKA
LANI CUP. Purse $150.
Running Race, 1-milo dash. Fiee
12th HACK POLO CUP. Purse
S10. Entrance fee $7.50.
Running Race, 4-tnilu dash. Own
ors to lido, welter weights. For
membeis of any Polo Club in tint
13th RACE MULE. Purse $50.
Running Race,4-miledaBb. Catch
weights. Free to all,
Mill Race SWEEPSTAKES.
each; S10 forfeit.
Riiiinint; Race, -uiileilaj-li ; han
ilicai. !r'.r)0 each, $10 foifoit, Ah
Kociation adiln $50. Fieutoall.
All ontricb cloo at 12 o'clock noon
on THURSDAY, June 211, 1802, it
the oflien of the .Secretary, anil all
entrance fees are 10 ieicent unless
othei wibit tijiccillctl.
All Races to he run or trotted uu
ilei Ihi) luleo of ilie Ai-tociation, ami
all liurocb nru e.ieuteii lo start, unlebS
drawn by 12 o'clock noon. Satuidav,
July 2, 1802.
Li, M. VKTLBHIiN.
'PIUS Two Delaehed Ober-
1 vatoiy Itulliliii built
for anil UM'il by I'tofo, I'tcr-
anil NlatciiM', the Finite beln built
eiJ(ilni'.-, heluir tlioiouhly vetul
I with Liiiimii euiiliiiii, clollietl
le and lu nei feet coiidllhui. Miltahlu
hediooiiM; will he nhl cheap. Dl
tflous oi llnlldlui I'JxIili llxll.
t ''l iii, ii j '! tit once.
Iw Foil M., or l 0. Box 11.
mUjnn&rBi&ij t iMvtitjatoawivtjiMwuuuaaavi;t-rBrga
yx fj Ift EC
vtiw 12 )C ul
HAVE OPENED THEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Salsmom
On Kankumanu Stroet, Ground Floor, tmh a
Large Assortment of Sew Goods ox "Boimore."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
iftSew Rugs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
8 PR ICKrt ltFCMUOIfl. 2
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, L'd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
t ri k
Ortiaiiu'tital! ICcononiieal it Durable!
Eddy's Old Evr.Yiu.iMir.D
Ice Otets k RofripratoB,
China, Crockery & tawdre,
Plaalat on Tools, Implements & Supplies
Faints, Oils & Vanishes.
Yacuam OH Co.'s Lubricating Oils!
Always the same; tifitle hv a special
"nroeeh and alw.iyfe lettable.
CarboJineurn Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'n.,
Cuiiiuiius Now Ulouk, Fort & Mut-ohtuit stioctfl.
A LARGE INVOICE OF THESE
' JUVP RECEIVED BY
HOILISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
KM) Vwt Slri'i'l. : :
1 1 -
1 04 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guaranleutl to bo Fast Color and Absolutely StainloHH ,
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
ftoTTlio Adeline! Klmtlc Ktoe.UiuK nre I he liest Ma it -a
iHfah rV'VVL I'Ur.MI-nKs, ;tl
, ffiJ3t!!$ IJ IlitielJlih Ml cut, ojum.
CiatilMte Foil-Mleel (Jlillieh. Alt-
I I'iy to
I ism u
AtTheo, 11. DavIe&bo.
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