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Tenders for Supplies.
OrncB or tub Hoakd of ")
Honolulu, Juuo 23, 1892.)
Sealed tenders will be received al
this ofllce until noon, WEDNESDAY,
Juno 20, 1S92, for supplying the Board
with tho following articles for use at
the Leper Settlement, Molokai, from
July 1st, to December Hist, 1892:
Uids may be made fui all or any of
the articles, to be delivered as ordered
by the Agents of the Hoard, f. o. b.
All bids must bo plainly endorsed
"Tender for Molokai Leper Settlement
Rough Jfor'wcdt lumber up to H5,-
Tongued and Grooved N. W. up to
Redwood Shingles up to 100,000.
Redwood Surfaces up to 3,000 ft.
Redwood Uattons, 1.3 up to -100 ft.
Redwood Fence Posts up to 1,000.
Doors 2.0.(i, 1- each.
lion Cut Xails up to 50 keg3 (10 d.
Hubbuck's Boiled Oil up to 150
Turpentine up to 50 gallons.
White Lead Hubbuck's up to U.000
Cement up to 50 bbls.
Lime up to 100 bbls.
Gulv. Iron l'ipc $, $, 1, per ft.
Galv. Iron Roofing, per lb.
Washois aud Nail? for same per lb.
Provisions and Sui1'lii:s.
Kice No. 1 up to JOO sacks.
Oal. Medium Bread up to GOO cases.
Best quality Flour, $ sacks, up to
Sugar, No. 1, raw, up to 1-10 bags.
Salmon, best red, up to 90 bbls.
Biown Soap, 2-lb. bars, up to 200
bxs. (100-lb. boxes).
Matches, card, up to 250 gross.
Salt, coarse, up to 500 bags.
Koroseno Oil, up to 1000 gals.
Also tenders for supplying the Board
of Health for the same period named
above, with the following articles
to bo delivered at the Board of Health
Stables near corner of South and
Baled Hay, up to SO bales.
Bran, up to SO bags.
Oats, up to SO bags.
Tho tenders must be for weight
delivered at tho stables, and each
should be plainly endorsed "Tender
for supplying the Board of Health
The Board of Health docs not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any bid
for any of tiie above articles.
By oider of the Board of Health.
15 1-4 1 President.
Tenders' for lieef Cattle
Okfioi: of tiii: Boahd or
Honolulu, June 17, 1892.)
Tendeis will be received at this oilice
until WEDNESDAY, June 29; 1S92,
at 12 o'clock noon for supplying tho
Leper Settlement on Molokai with:
1 Good Beef Cattle averaging not
less than .125 lb. per head when dress
ed. '2 Fat Beef Cattle.
Tho cattle are to bo delivered at the
Leper Settlement in good condition
al an average of 90 head per month,
more or lets, for the. use of tho Board
from July 1, 1S92, to December 31,
Tho tender for fat Beef Cattlo must
bo for the price per pound wlion
dressed, and that for good beef cattlo
must bo per head.
Tho hides and tallow are to bo tho
proporly of tho Board.
All the bids must be marked "Ten
der for supplying the Lopor Settle
ment with Beef."
Tho Board will elect which tender
to accept, and does not bind it.-elf to
accept tho lowest or any bid.
By order of tho Boaid of Health,
Prceidonl Board of Health.
4&0 4t-25 2t
Tjio Ministor of Finance approves
of tho following list of porsons lo act
us Deputy Assessors and Collectors
for tho year 1892:
Honolulu T. A. Lloyd
Ewa ami Waianao S. Hopkauo
Koolaupoko No. I . , Asa Jwiuiin
Koolaupoko No. 2 E, J'. Aiktio
Koolaulun , L. J. Aylott
LulmiiiM David Taylor i
WaHlikn Will. T. Jtuliinwn
.Muktfvyao David .Muiton
lluuu J. P.Hylvu
Mnlukwl ami uk
JlilU J N. Uilo.f , ,.&. 0. Wlllfuug
North Kohala Kben 1 Low j
North Koua J. Kaelenmkule
South Konn Thos. II. Wright
Kau 0. T. Shipman
Puna J. E. Elderts
"Wninien niltl NlUiaU Th. Brandt
Ivoloa A. K. Mika
LlhUD J. B. Hanaike
KawallliUl S. KiUii
Hannlei W. E. Deverill
H. A. W1D13MANN,
Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, Juno 22, 1892.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or thoso
paying water rates, are hereby noti
ced that the hours for using water for
iriigalion purposes arc from 0 to 8
o'clock a. M., and 4 to C o'clock i M.
until further notice.
JOHN O. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
O. N. SrKNCEK,
Minister of the Interior.
'i- li I
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1892.
"Nothing affords a more signifi
cant commentary on the real charac
ter of" the Advertiser's position in
regard to the police force "than a
single incident which we will men
tion." The 70 tins of opium, said by
the Advertiser to have been seized
by Capt. Hagland at Hanalei last
Tuesday, were actually seized by the
Deputy Sheriff of Hanalei, Mr. W.
E. II. Davcrill, after having watched
them for over a week lo try and dis
cover the consignee. Having seized
them Mr. Deverill shipped them by
the Kaala to the fllarshal. The facts
are vouched for by the keeper of the
steamer warehouse, air. J. Radway,
EniTon Bulletin :
You struck the head of the nail
in last night's leader. It is a wicked
and inexcusable waste to have all
the trash printed which has been
dumped into this session. You state,
however, that the respectable mem
bers mnt have been asleep when
they allowed more than the title of
that gambling bill to be read. There
you are mistaken. They could not
prevent then the printing of that
When the question of printing bills
iirst came up in the House, Mr.
Neumann, Noble for Oaliu, moved
that no bill should be printed except
upon recommendation of a commit
tee. It roused a storm of indigna
tion mainly from the native members,
and a goodly number of the respect
able members, including even as
bright and conscientious a member
as air. W. O. Smith, complacently
helped to defeat that wholesome mo
tion. The respectable members were
at that time not asleep. Perhaps it
is a pity that they were not.
June 28, 1892.' An.
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
The following names are registered
as leavir.g by the 1$. M. S. Alameda
lo leave on Thursday:
airs. H. B. Smith, airs. G. 11.
Meade, Theo Bichards, Frank Bald
win, alias A. B. Gallagher. G. H. Caro
lliers, 11. II. Williams, aiiss Jewett,
aiiss Mailin, airs. S. J. Andrews, Mrs.
L. P. Kinney, aiiss H. S. Kin
ney Dr. Lutz and wife, air. Wat
son, F. A. Smith, aiiss T. P.
Hutchinson, W. 11. Chance, W. A.
Chance, Dr. S. B. Swift, wife and
EX " lll'IIIIIOI'P."
The Pacij'io IlAitmvAnn Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of tho well-known Doulton
Ware, 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.
C'arbolineum Avcnnrlus by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
A traveling man who chanced to
bo in the store of E. V. Wood, at
aicKees Hocks, Pa., says while ho
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain liuliii and
aii1 : 'alumina wants another hot
tli' of that uiedicinoj she says It it
the butt medicine for rliuiimnlUin she
,'i() cunt bottles for salo
by all dealers. Duusoii, Smith A: Co.,
JWuhhtk. ICiiif- Bros, aro
kIiowIiikh lino lino of Itiiin
hoo mid ollior nlylu 1'uiior
P'iihuIh, Wtill HmtiUoIti iiimI
YVLnjlow (Jorniytitf ul jujhmH
LATEST FOREIGN MS.
HARRISON NOMINATED ON
THE FIRST BALLOT.
Wlritelaw Reid the Choice for
Frightful Fatality by Explosion at
San Francisco, Cal., June 14 th, jw
Bariantine S. G. Wthler.
President Harrison was nominated
on the first ballot in the Republican
Convention at Minneapolis on June
10. "The whole number of votes,"
said the Secretary in announcing the
ballot, "is 901, and the number ne
cessary to a choice is -153. Benjamin
Harrison received 535 votes ; James
G. Blaine, 182 ; William McKinlcy,
182; Uobert Lincoln, lvote; Thom
as 15. Reed, 1 votes."
Harrison received the majority or
the total vole of the following States :
Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Dela
ware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, In
diana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky,
(Louisiana, tie with Blaine), alary
land, aiasBachuselts, Mississippi,
Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New
Hampshire, New Jersey, North Caro
lina, Pennsylania, Rhode Island,
South Carolina, South Dakota, Ten
nessee, Texas, Vermont, West Vir
ginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Alaska,
(Arizona, tie witli Blaine), (Indian
Territory, tie with Blaine), New
Mexico, Oklahaina, Utah.
Blaine received the majorities or
the total vote of the following Stales :
California, 9 to 8 to 1 against Harri
son and McKinlcy ; Idaho, aiaine,
12 solid ; Minnesota, same as Cali
fornia ; Nevada, New York, 35 to 27
to 10 against Harrison and McKin
ley; North Dakota, Virginia, Wash
ington, District Columbia.
McKinlcy was given the entire vote
of Ohio 9ave one 15 to 1 for Harri
son, the latter being at aicKinley's
request; -12 to 19 to 3 against Harri
son and Blaine from Pennsylvania ;
8 to -1 against Harrison from Con
necticut. Senator Wolcott of Colorado no
minated Blaine in an able speech.
There was little enthusiasm over the
Channcey M. Depew, the famoti9
orator of New York, put Harrison's
name before the Convention in one
of his masterly efforts.
airs. Carson Lake, wife of one of
the secretaries, from New York, led
the greatest demonstration of the
session for Blaine. She stood up
and waved a white umbrella, crying
out to the men to rise and cheer for
Blaine. Fifteen minutes of the wild
est cheering from thousands of throats
ensued. When Harrison's nomina
tion was secured she Hopped down in
a half-fainting condition.
McKinlcy made the motion to make
the nomination unanimous which car
ried. Whitelaw Reid, ex-Minibter to
France and editor of the New York
Tribune, was nominated for Vice
President by acclamation. He was
nominated by State Senator O'Con
nor of New York.
Blaine refused to be interviewed,
but gave a short communication to a
reporter of the Boston Journal, urg
ing the Republican party to unite
against the common foe.
On all hands Blaine is said to have
been shamefully treated by those
who misled him into leaving the
Cabinet by promises they knew they
could not keep.
THE DKMOCUATIC CONVENTION.
Preparations arc being made for
the Democratic convention in Chi
cago. An effort will be made to
swing Illinois solid for Senator John
ai. Palmer. Cleveland, it is said,
must be chosen early in tiie fight or
not at all.
EXIM.OSION AT MAKE ISLAND.
The lllling-house at the aiare Isl
and Navy Yaid was blown to atoms
at 11:32 o'clock Monday morning,
June 13. Thirteen sailors of the
cruiser Boston were killed and two
weio so badly wounded that their
death was momentarily expected.
The dead aie George Hettinger,
gunner in charge; Thomas Seymour,
chief gunner's mate; C. O. L. Sund
bcrg, gunner's male ; William Hcckcl,
seaman apprentice, first class; A.
Ketvel, ordinary seaman ; C.
Smith, landsman ; William Wash
burn, seaman ; P. Legat, seaman ;
Ostraudcr, seaman apprentice,
first class; 1. Rcinckc, seaman; II.
Joos, apprentice, first class ; William
Rush, seaman ; J. Johnson, seaman.
The wounded arc J. II. Ilultun, able
seaman, first class, aud J. Briscoe,
seaman apprentice, second class.
Nobody can tell the exact cause of
the explosion. All that is known is
that thirteen men were IMing shells
with black ipiieU-lniniine; ponder at
one mill of lliu )llliij-lioiike, when ouu
of the khulU burnt ami caused lliu
explunlun of a couple nf luiiiilrml
ull4Mi. 0 thw UiiiUusn won Urulvu
nurt lilllud luftUuiUj't nhllsi IMnuky
Ulwl M UQjJidu uf hour IttUli- iii the
A furious gal accompanying a
thunder and lain 9torm swept
through Chicago on Juno 13. Five
lives were lost iiVthc city and three
men were lost oit of a boat on the
lake. Seven or, eight persons were
injured, including John J. P. Odell,
president of U6 Union National
Bank, and Charles 11. Dowell, secre
tary to Philip iK Aimour, tho pork
The old Hudson Bay Company's
steamer Beaver '(a history of which
was lately givcti in the Bulletin),
which was to bo sent to the Wot Id's
Fair, broke up and sunk at Van
couver on the 1 i tli inst.
Two unknown men held up John
Gilson, secretary and cashier of the
Judson Iron woiks, and Harry aiort
enson, otic of lis clerks, on a train
in Oakland at hyh noon of Saturday,
June 11. The robbers made the
gentlemen hold up their hands at
the points of revolvers, and, backing
out of the train with a bag of SM
000 in cold aiuVone of 81,000 in sil
ver coin, escaped by a buggy they
had wailing for them. One thous
and dollars' reward is offered for the
apprehension of the robbers.
! m m
Victohino Soma was tried in tho
Police Court this morning on acharge
of malicious injury and mischief, in
allowing a dog tc injure aioPherson,
a sailor, afac. s.ated he was on his
way to the Nuun in stream, when th"
dug attacked and bit him, while Souza
looked on and made no eiforl to stop
him. The pienmes were Souza's. De
cision was icserved until to-morrow.
Auction Siiles by James F. Morg-m.
On WEDNESDAY, June 29,
AT 154 O'CLOCK NOUS,
On the l'lcinNe. eoriior o' Ucrctania
and Alakea streets, 1 will sell at
Public Aiiction the
1. A. 1-& C H2
2-story Mini filing,
Recently damaged by tiro.
Building to be removed within
12 days from sale.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
iii" 2t Auctioneer.
On WEDN '1DAY, Juno 29,
AT loVVJI.OCK. A M .
At the Residence of Dlt. LUTZ, Alakea
stieet, 1 will sell at Public Auction
The Entire Household Furniture
to Mor Parlor Sit,
Inlaid Table and Stool,
Lace Ciirt'iins, Piano Lamp,
Large and Small lilies,
B. -a. SECRETARY,
REVOLVING HOOK CASKS,
1 Vienna Parlor Set, Lounges,
Oak liedrooin Set, Mattrases,
1 Wilcox is Gibb's Auto. Machine,
Extension Dining Table,
Decorated Dinner .iet,
Crockery and Glassware,
1 "Pimsy" Stove & Utensils
Refrigerator, Meat Safe.
1 EASTERN-lViADE PHAETON,
1 Top liiake, 2 Sets Harney!, 2
1 Family Carriage Horse
Kind aud Gentle.
CST" Piemlses open for inspection on
Tuesday, from i a. si. to 1 I', si.
JAS. 1?. MORGAN,
151 ut Auctioneer.
The umlorsiKiicri, Administrator of
tho Estate of C, Alee, deceased, will
sell at Puhlic Auction at the oilice of
Chilian & Co., Honolulu,
On THURSDAY, June OLh,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Largo Firopioof JIcNealo aud Urban
Safe, iusido dimensions depth lf
inches, height f() inches, width 117
inches; 2 Pino Koa l)ebkt, Pine Desk,
Kbouy Set Chinese Furniture, inlaid
with mother of pearl, contniniuc; 10
pieces; 2 Chinei-o Reclining Chairs,
Largo Regulator Clock, Letter Picsh
and Slaml, Common and Wicker
Chairs, 72 Oases of Tea, 2 Packages
Chincbo Hats, Lot uf Sundries.
.J. ALKItKl) MAGOON,
Administrator ICslato C. Alee, lo
FOURTH OF JULY
rpiIOSK wli-lilng to Mib.eilbe for the
J celebration nf the cuiiilii I'uiirih
will tlnd rnibcilptlun I.Ul at lliu fol
llobron, Nrunuui ,v Co..
llolll.ler ,1 Co
Itmikon, Hnillli iV Co.,
Hawaiian H.inhwue Co.
15.'. ht For lliu lib of July.
WImiii oii wimt ii I'oi'lrnll
HiillU'KOd oull on Klni; Mi'iiH,,
kuI ! JLuJ ittiitu iiiii uiiil ma
Lmuiui1om. '1'Jitjy ouiiit bebottt.
gale i c
THE MUTUAL LIFE 1NSUBAN0E CO. 8F NEW YORK.
ItlOHAEtU A. McUHKOY. I'vt-Hlili'Mf.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
vjs . . ... ,
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D01.IARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is tho most liberal ever offered by any Insuiance Company.
rar fror full particulars apply to
g tt "I I.
Auction SRles by Lewis J. Lovey.
Notice Is hereby given that hi accord
ance with the law in such cases made
and provided, I will cause to bo sold the
follow lag articles of Hoong Chung Tonjr,
taken by me In distraining for rent, to
1 Clock, 1 Medicine Cutter. 1 Uamhon
Lounge, I Step Ladder, 1 Folding Table,
i! Square Tables, 2 Chairs, 2 Stools, 1
Lamp and a quantity of Medicines and
BtSf" Said sale will take place at the
Auction Salerooms of Lewis .1. Levey,
Auctioneer, corner of Fort ami Queen
15 lot XU GOOX.
BANKRUPT SALE !
On WEDNESDAY, June 29,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. M..
I will sell at Public Auction at my Sales
rooms, a Laige Assortment of
Jewelry, Waiclies, Dry Goods,
Prints, l)rc Goods, Towels,
White and llrown Cottons,
Revolvers, Guns, etc., etc. Also,
Upright & Counter Show Gases,
Lamps, Etc., Etc.
LEWIS J. IiKVBY,
li7 -'t Auctioneer.
Volcano House Rales
Special Rates For Families and
The Volcano House rales fiom and
after this date will be:
Ritind Tiip, up and return by
same route, 7 days $50
Up by way nf Kan, letinii by
way of llilo, 11 days $70
Up by way of llilo, return by
way Kau, 1-t days $S0
IJo.ud and Lodging at Volcano
Homo, $1 per day.
To Holders of Round Trip Tickets
staying over, and any one staying
over live days, $!i a day for all excess
over live days.
To families or panics of four and
upwaids, holding tickets and staying
over, or staying after live days, $2.50
Children under live, with parents,
Children bctweon live ami (en, half
KILAUEA VOLCANO llOUSH CO.
June 21, 1892.
15(5 15t 20 -It
O. B. KIPLEY,
Okpick: Room f, .Spieukelo' Block.
Mutual Teleidioue -203.
N6v Designs ! LTodern Buildings !
Complete plans aud spccilicatlons for
every description of building. Contractu
drawn and caieful superintendence (,f
construction given when reiiuired. Call
and examine iiliuis. apr '20 y
Japanese Pug Dogs
S- Apply at once to
If"' lw W. SLUCE.
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER fj & BUILDER.
lobbing promptly attended to,
84 Bcr'ctanla St. -IXUHT Hell Tilo. 280.
"VJOTI(!K is hereby ylvun that I will
X not hu lespunolble fur tiny bills
contracted for the .Steamer "Akanial"
without my written order.
.iohn i uovu:k,
Owner Hie uner " AKaniul."
Uonolnhi, .lime 111. 1H0J. I Iii 2w
TVTOTIi'K Is heieby kIvcii that the
x iinilcinlgiied will nut bo ruepoin-l-bld
for any debtn lucniri'd wltlioiit his
A , xaoni;,
Honolulu, Jiiiiu '2.1, lH'U. trill ;w
rpi.MI!KIeu"UKh lo iimMi C0UU ronls
1 of I'liewoinl or Cliiuco.il at M)
cunt a cold. Aiplv at
Till) llilhl UlIlIK- (O hOIKl to
your lVluiKlHiiliniiMl Ih ii
Hi'oh,' llliiHlniUid Hoiivonii'
ol" IIhwiiH, wliioii Ih MOlltsn
Uli lor I Iki jiiu'ilCiiU nnil Ih
lot m lulvoiVtlHuiiiunU
JIWLI HHH L!,i LlLlL-llL'U.'Jl-imJllJ'L 1 -L
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HAA'E OPENED THEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahumanu Street, Ground Floor, with a
Lapp Assortment of law Ms ex "Bernm."
SPKCIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine "Ware.
New Rugs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
X 11 E
Ornamental! Economical & Durable!
Eddy's Old Estahi.isiikd
Ici Otots k ReMpratoM,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantat'on ToMs, Irnpleraants & Supplies
Paints, Oils it Varnl-lies.
Vacuum Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils!
Always the same; made by a special
process and always reliable.
Carholincurn Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Ciimlnlns New Block, Fort & Merchant streets.
'.rys-i is .ku.v
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A IVKGE INVOICE OF THESE
JUtiT 11ECE1VED BY
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
IOi S'ort Hiieot. : : : : : Honolulu. II. 1.
1 04 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guaranteed to bo Fast Color and Absolutory Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children,
Tlm Adoliim UIiksU SlooUiiiH urn I ho Mont Mario tf)a
TO 1, 1ST
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IV lleiiiUliU (liuut. liiiiMj
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Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
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