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NOTKT. H lll'.lir.UV illIN III VI
ll.illnn ntraluil l'n (l.itirnini'nl fur I tie
mouth of luiir, I i ( IiiI.im filrd nllh tin
fwrwellm l)eKirtnriit prcviiiun to .liiljr Vh,
IS9B, will be imAbla on WKDNKsilAl ,
tsor Clli, 193.
S. M DAMON,
MlnUtcr of Ktnnnio
Honolulu, NoTi'tnlNT llli, lM
Tenders For School Houses.
Tendon, ttlll be rrruhediil llu-olllee of the
lo.ird .irKducntlon until MOXILU , Win-
r S, lit IS o i'Iuck noon, for thu mint rue-
Uonoflwonchii.il bouw linsiixlnlnt Wnl.
nil), district of llnnaU'l. Ilnnil of Kntiai, mid
t . ... oimict o iiiim. .. I
l tan., noil np.riirnii.iiii hi me iioi-k rnn
toe wen l the nll r tin Diinul .if IaIiu .i-
The Dard doc not Mini Itvlf lo nciept
'heloct orun niid.-r
li ord.T of the Boiml of IMiiviitlon.
JOHN V SCOTT.
II Mw Secrclttrj
b) Euerir? Bulletin,
u lilch I Jni ritritiiMl
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor. ;
: rz .-
TUESDAY. - NOV. 5. 1305
Pniunliir lionmt.4 nfJlllv hut
1 i vr i .:.
i(.auil mt i.niitirii ii. r!r.mtain
" " n '
nrncii inter, bt.ng infoimation
about sunitiry conditions and r- tio- claim that sho still leads the
gilntio'is in foreign cities. Thoie i world in tho yield of th it metal.
is intittor thoivin which ought to
bo highly useful to our authori-. Judgo .1. A. Magoon has the
ties in the now ilop.it tore , Iki.U'nx'hhoirty congr.ituliitiona
in sanitation forced upon nnoti his elevation fioin Har to
thoru by tho lato epidemic. I Umich. Few lawyers have been
There aro plates exhibiting views ' more active and iuduhtrious than
of to lenient bl-clss for working ' ho, yot ho found timo on t.cctis'Oiis
people in London and Liverpool, to ovinco u public spintod intor
aml a short but interesting revolt est in tho nd'airs of the nation.
is given of tenement wiuitutiou in i
!ari. In Liveipool a huge l Thoro is food for thought in an
aggregitiou of dwellings lias been j article roprintod olsowhero from
erected for artisans fr..m designs j the San Francisco Hullotiii, on
) roparod by the city eugineor i the subj.'ct of tho development of
These aud a block in Petticoat
si.-nr-, L mil .n, are m'.atinl in I
. . , . , . . . , I
exterior, looking like grout hotels,
We are told th it tho gie.it Mork
of providi ig improved dwellings
for the working clussos and tho
poor in and about Xi mdou has
boon pro;ocuttd by philanthropic
hod'os, publio companies and in
lividuiils, acting without any
special legislativo powers, nxeopt
in tho casos of companies in their
Some of th rogiilntions for tho
Petticoat squire tononioiits may
horo be condons.-d to show how
the iuterosts of tenants and the
public are cired for. Tenants
boforo taking occupancy must do
posit three shillings as security
against damage, to bo returned to
them if they leave tho promises
-without having dono any damage
or 1' st any keys. Thoy must
keep all windows cloan,nnd broken
windo.vs nitiat bo atone; reinstated.
Flower pits aro not to bo exposed
on any outsulo lodges without bo
i g protected agiinst filling.
This is obviously to save broken
heads in the area beneath. Ten
ants may dry chimes on the roof,
but aro not i. Unwed to hang tliom
out i f windows or up'm landings,
No civpnts, mats, etc., in .y bo
"beaten after 10 in tho morning,
txcfpt on Sunday a-ul in
x pro-cribod place. L quids
or anything likely to cause
in obstruction tire foibiddon to be
'itrown down tho dust simfis, or
yare wgyjuT tiwxt Jazasinjroait jnt m
I J- 1 " Elected PTrT-1
f Wr '"iJrW "SCLEf a td ', J packed I H J"i TUfo
I JS t WM SPECIALLY roP 1M"biT" JUi
rcluble j WfL
8 m0OncJrn will praJeJzr nerr "lyMAMy f?t
in llio cnurlymdn.
will he subject lo imiiifdi'itf o
puWton. TuiiiiiiIh ii ro rrqniiuil lo
lopntl to tliu snporiiituii(luiit im-
t medin'.oly nny birtli.s, deaths or
i inf.olioits dlho.isoH occurring in
tluir several toiiciiunil., under
' penalty of rceoiving notieotoquit.
I In tho gonoial luw roluting to
I sanitation in London thorn nro
, sitlutuiy provisions. Thu medical
ofiicrof health his ninonu his
duties llio reporting i'f duolllllgS
t1(t ,0 ,,. (1(Jom ,infit fr ,,,
hiibltlltlOII. Ill nny contract for
lotting It llOUSO tllOle llltlHt 1)0 It
c ,n,,iti , tmt U ,s n fit ll01(jlt
for occupancy. Tho medical in
spect r tuny m nil leasonable
tiinus of tho tiny, on giMti,;
twenty four hours' notice in wiit
mg to tho occupier, ontur any
dwelling houso.pioinisesor build
ing which tho local authority is
i! uthoi izud to puichnso compul-
bui'iiy. ao member ol i.ny locil
authority, county council or coiu-
niittoo tuny volo on 11113- question
affecting n buihling in which ho
has pecuniary interest under
penalty of n lino not to exceed
f'.,i;c... ,;.. II n l,. I..11 ,.f I
, i, , , , ,
ii..i,,fv .M..J .1 K.... ..m..liu ,iU ..
h.... .. .,..- "'"''"
gold hold. Her mining
races. Thov aro too rash who
would ndvooato tho stopping of
.- . , ..... , , " 1
effort for c:viliZ.iig barbarous peo- -
pl--8, but the mistake has always
beo-i that too much has boon ox
pootd of races that have barely
turned thoir oyes to tho light of
According to an account of so
cial conditions in Cuba, reprinted
from au exchange, tho small fir
mer there has a far from
luxurious oxistonco. Vo must
hope for bettor things with re
gniil to the now agricultural
homesteads of Hawaii.
A step toward religions liberty
has boon taken in II ting try, tho
lower House of the Diet adopting
bills to rocogni.j tho Jewish reli
gion and t-Btablish freedom of wor
ship. From different directions word
comes that tho "now woman" is
b coming discredited and must
rapidly go out of date,
"old woman" will continue
thu bettor half of hiimanitv
It is time that, nitereht began to
warm up again in boating nuittors.
Tne publio has had a long wait for
a race between those twin prac
tice boats imported from An
Italia. Building accidents f-eom to bo
having a race with runaways.
NEWS BUDGET FROM HILO.
AltlllVAI. Ill' II. x. , IIIINMMl
ION 1 1 II ,1II.MII'.II HI M.I.
Itrrrptl.il. nn.l ltn.i..irl 'Irn.lrrr.l
to tl.r lllMl.mnM.iil VMt.ir
oilier tlll.i It
Tho JJciiuingtou c.ht .i.ulior in
Hilo huibor last Friday at 2:il() p
in., having on board iMmiHtur
Willis and iiift). Thoy 1. ft on
Monday and will spend Huveral
dayn at the Voloano
A nievting of tho Aincricnii citi-
' K us was e.ill.d lust S.turday by
A. J', ljot'lmusluiii to discuss tho
f 'usiljilily of giving some s 'ii of
an outcrt liiiuiutit to tin. U. S.
iMiuistur. Aittr dihc.siing no
inailor a leceptiou ami liter..ry
oiitoitaio.n.'iit, to ho foiiortfd by a
banquet, wis decided on as tho
projior thnife'. A committee was
app.iinttd to call on tho .Minister
(Who will stay aboard the Jieu
nington till he loaves for tho Vol
caiiii) and ascertuiii Ins views in
icgaid to tho matter. Ho ox
prerHi'd inucli plo.isuro at tho
attention shonn linn and
stipulated that the all'iur
would not bo too formal. The citi
zens thou got together, and A. B.
Loebensteiii was called ti tho
uliuir iintl empowered to appoint
. . i '.
'Plus sleution a hnlov showed
and Banquut-K E lt.ol.ai.ls, AW I
llobson, Dr U Williauis. .Mrs '
' J K Wilson and Mrs A ii Uobon-
Committee on Litor.iry Program
Col Litt'o, Mr Caldwell and E
Reception Committee F L
Winter, Dr Hutchinson, E E ltioh
ards and two ladies not yet seloct
td. Committee on Invitations Mr
Janes, Mr Campbell aud Cul Lit
tle. After -oiiio discussion a motion
was passed that it wis tho sense
of the meeting that while tho on
to bo strietlv
Amorican, and that the several
comniitttes should bo Ann ric.uis,
t)lt thi) )niini10llt aml inlluulltiai
prominent utul lnlluetitial i
citizo.isof lliloand vicinity should
be invited to attend, and the com- I
mittco on invitations was instruet-
id to act accordingly. '
The committees are all working j
haid, as they intend to show the
U. S. ltopteseutative to Hawaii
nei that they know how to ontoi-
C'oiiiiiuc( on lk pays.
ni)i.i.i:riN iik vci.i: -ovri:sr.
Tho subjoined ballot, renewed
in evory issue, will bo received
at the iluLLivm business olHue,
GOi) King street, until 12 o'oiock
noon on "Wednesday, November
27, 189J. Each Mo. of b .Hot wilt
only bo acceptable up to the timo
noted on it, and b.illots will bo
counted and the results announced
immediately thereafter. .Muro
than ono voto for one bicyclist or
one bicycle on a single ballot will
render it void.
Tho "Most Popular Bicyclist"
accoiding to tho ballots cast will
bo awarded tho pri.o of the "B -t
Bicycle'' sold in Honolulu accoid
ing to the sauio voto. Tlio follow
ing named gentlemen Imvo Kindly
coiihoiittd to act as tollers anil
judges of the contest :
C. M. WiiiTn,
.) T. STlCKKlt,
E. A. WlI.LIA.MS
I Bulletin Bicycle Bull, i
fur:Tno U,ijh Only.
M Fill In blanks with )ourdioicu
III Ul M'HM 1111(1 (I ( l( l(
ii ud tlfinii.lt f3
tlii ballot at tliu Uin.r.riN ImuIik'hm Kl
ffi iilll.i-liy IS o'clock noon, Tlmrndiii
p) NuMlllliil 7, Ib'Jj.
The able address bv Ars.
Stuitevant-Pccl, president ol
(he Califotnia Woman's
Chtistian Tenipeiance Union,
on the occasion of the annual
convention of that body in San
Francisco, contained a passa.ee
which takes strong ground on
the benefits of the bicycle. In
speaking of physical culture
and the relation of the clothes
to the subject, she said :
"All know the value of a
strong unhindered body. For
this reason the banishment 01
the corset and restricting bands
js ;l foregone Conclusion.
Dress reform has pressed its
caims for forty years, with lit-
(e piome.ss till the bicycle,
U1;l graceful, Sl'Ieilt Steed of
motion, dashes through and
bursts open the door of preju
dice. This mystic wheel that
we meet on every road and
street is the mute but telling
advocate of dress reform.
It has its virtues as well as its
charms. It invites, yea, de
mands, simplicity in dress. It
encourages physical exercise
and utterly refuses to carry a
trunken rider. Unlike the
horse, it balks when touched.
Dy ,le wn J 0f inebriety. It !
;..,:.,. OI,,i ,V,nr
"""' " " . """
ages me use oi cigars ami cigar- .
ettes to the number of 6,000,
000 a year. In short, the wheel
is a reformer, and, though, it
came not through the virtue of
moral conception, we should j
welcome its presence as we do j
the advent of every new in- j
vention and corporate edict i
bearing the balm of sobi iety,
with tne promise of stronger
and better men and women."
This is a straightforward ex
pression from an able woman
who led the California lorces
nf nn(1 n tUp, .ot,,cf NiHrmil
,--:., A ., :..t.u i 'j
?rSa Vat, ?S . eVerr instituted
jor the upllttlllg of the race.
1 he dignity and earnestness
which characterize her opinion
cast into the shades the hallow
objections which some physi
cians nave maae ro me rjicyae.
Airs, r'eet gives us to under
stand that in the sole aspect of
requiring women to dress sen
sibly this simple instrument of
locomotion has accomplished
more at a dash than the preach
ers on sensible dress for wo
men have been able to bring i
aoour m neany nan a century.
With so eminent an indorse
ment as this, even the most
timid woman who is not held
in what amounts to physical
restraint by father, husband or
brother from obeying an in
stinctive impulse to dress ra
tionally and enjoy life and
health on a bicycle, may at
least console herself with the
inflection that her impulse was
right and lament that she was
born a few years too soon.
In addition to the above
Ars. Peet might have mention
ed the saving in labor attained
by the patent sprocket attach
ed to the Tribune wheel, which
amounts to over 1 5 per cent,
no small desideratum when
ladies are concerned.
The Tribune is the wheel
par excellence for ladies' use,
it has the newest patents and
improvements and can be run
with I? per cent less work
than any other wheel in exist
ence. FOR SALE ONLY BY
The Itaiian Hardware Co. Ltd
When It Comes
To Disinfectants wo still Imvo
plenty, our stock litis not
boon exhausted, mid now
niTivnls nro on hnnd.
lflFifw lira &Vl S 111 P1! ill
one nil mires
the bouuty of . . .
Vn i oh
Iii Honolulu thera is
always something that de
mands the attention of the
fair sex. More especially
is this true when good
bargains are oll'ercd. In
catering to the wants of
the Honolulu ladies, tho
merchants must buy judi
ciously and select only the
most artistic designs. Es
pecially is this true of
white dress goods. I re
ceived by the Aitstkama
a new line of these goods
that aro very pretty. The'
must bo seen, however, to
be appreciated. I also re
ceived a fine line of Lad
ies' Shirt "Waists' and Cor
sets. Now that the Cho
lera is over and life, social
ly, has resumed its normal
condition, the d goods
business must increase
materially in tho next
month. Anticipating this
demand I have laid in this
lino stock of goods and
they are now ready for
your inspection, nnd can
bo purchased at a reason
M. S. LEVY.
Lime & Stone
LIME AND STONE
Offer for halo tlio Lost quality of Limo at I
llio tilling inarUct into. Tlnn Lime is thf
genuine article, (mro and hluijile. No (or- '
..iirii uiiliktimj.i iikii.l I
LW'i'B up 217 i.n.1 Imvo jouroulera.
HAWAIIAN LIME & STONE
I Jjnmmmi iiwiimwm wig m
SIT.( l.l. MI'.hilNli OF TUP, S10CK
IioI.Iitk ill tin- Woo Imuii I'rull In Ltd., will
In' In-Ill nl llii' nllli r nl .1 S. ulKtr, on Wird.
ni'i-ihij, NiiMinlur il, 1S'J3, nt II) i.'clurU n.in,
.! b WAl.KI'.ll,
tt'J-ld So.-rclnn Wnmllinii Prult Co. Lid.
ALT. IUM.S ovr.it thiiki: MONTHS
ilui' the mid. rilvm .1 ulll Ii.' iil.iii'il In thu
liniid" of na Utoin.v for coliui lion II not
lKOll ll till III i-1 III .lull lllllIT, IV,
In order to be "Itight
in it,"' always insist on
getting rtittlr. llrcw
iii'i ninl Multunj Co.'s
'1 he above Hlcycle wns made aa good as
H. G "Wooten,
llli' ilu Miuiufiicturvr.
107 KlngRtri-ct. 14','-t(
FROM $5.00 UP.