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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 20, 1895.
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TAX APPEAL NOTICE,
'otloo Is hereby ghen tlmt tlio Court o
Tax Appeals for tlio District of Honolitht,
Oalm, will sit nt tlio District Court ltootu
on 1'rid.iy, tlio 2-t! day nf Novomlier, A. 1).
189.", nt 2 o'clock pm, to lienr such appeals
j tuny 1h) b ought before it .
l'reiili'tit )i Court nf Tax Appeal for District
Dated Honolulu. II. 1., Nov. Ill, I3'J
Notice to School-Teachers.
OniiiK to tlio shortness of tlio present
school term, temhers in nil Gmcrmiicnt
school mi- onlerul nol to prepare for or
In 1(1 nny ClirWtiniw ewn ie.
B onli r i.l the llnaril nf IMui ntloli.
AI.I l T ATKISMIX,
h hi. i Inr-Umu rnl School
(51 Euer?ir Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
WEDNESDAY. - - NOV. 20 1S95.
Muiiieijiil Htiffiago for women
rcuohod a setDack at tlio toceut
eh'tli'i)-' in M- ssicinisctti, where
wom n voted on the q'iontion ns
men. Tlio friends of the mnvo
moi'.t point to un incroase in their
villi, nltlinugh tlio majority i.s
honvily ngiinst them, an a source
of freh oncoiiragoineiit. O l the
other hnn. I. the Man Sutlrage As
sociation ' tmrtiuiilurly ploiist-d
with the majority of 77,000, o.sti
mutit'g th it in the voto fm wo-in-ui
sullr.ige f 107,000 at loust
l.'i.OOO votes weio cast by uomcu.
It is rtc.illed that the dofoat of
the iirohibitui'y constitutional
amendment, ut a special clecti n
in 1S8'J, by about 40,000 had tho
etlect of preventing nny further
agitation on that lino.
According to tho New York
Sun a number of loading Repub
licans havo detormincd that no
matter what momhor ot tlio party
is elected President, ho bhall not
Iihvo ahsoluto control of his ad
miir strntion as Presidents havo
bud in the past, but shall bo sur
rounded by a Cabinet composed
of men eminont iu tho party, com
petent for their places, having
absolute control of thoir depart
ments and being responsible for
thorn. Such an innovation ns
tbia would piovo that thoro is n
quality of expansion in tho Unit
ed States constitution besides
what it has displayed under judi
One result of tho cholera aonro
from Honolulu was to sot the
health authorities nt Sun Fiau
cihco to scrutinize the sanitary
conditions of tho lattor city. That
this was noodod is shown by tho
repot t of tho plumbing inspector
on hospitals, otc. Ho found that
somo of thoso woro not lit for the
reception of sick animals let alone
In nn editorial on tho Marlbor
ough - Vanderbilt wedding, (ho
Loudon D,ily Nows eays: "This
pomp of rank nd weulth comes
nt tho right tiuio to unite the
tno nations iu the tics of common
woiship after tho esttnngoment of
tho yaoht racos." Yacht races,
Ruitf on sugar bounty claims
htiv. beon filed in tho Circuit
Court nt Now Orloans, under an
agreement with tho Washington
authorities, who will aid m a
speedy dial and rppo.il to the
Supromo Court. There is a pros
pect of the o.irly settloinont of tho
bounty question, which has a
rellox intorest for tho sugir ex
portoiH of those isl.mdi. as tho
tenuioof tho sugar duties may tin
pend on whothor tho hi unty
Htumls or fulls.
Five nioro VcRotiirinns bolioiid
eil ns loaders of ft nmssaoro of
niiesioniiries in Cliinu is an item
of tlio ItitPHt mail nows. Arrests
on the snrne nccouut coiitinuo to
1)0 tiiiulo nt Kuulieiig. Aftor a
while foreigners may bo allowed
to livo iu China without niolrs-t-itiou
or constant fear oi thoir
By a popular voto tho Torrens
land bill has boen carriod by
largo majorities in Chicago and
the country districts of Illinois.
This is tho systom of land transfer
now under discussion for Hawaii.
lloberl Louis Stevenson's plead
ings with his English friend to
ineol hini in Hawaii, mentioned
in tho notice nf ' railima Letters"
in this issue, constitute a raro ad
vertisemeut for tourist tr.ivol this
Honolulu has been declined
clean port by the Sun Fr.itioiboo
authorities, tho -toamor Australia
having lxon tho List vessd to be
subj'-ctod to qutinntiticThc 1 Tge
puas-iigcr list of that vessel om
her luteal trip hither shows tho
lesnlt. Tliote is welcome for
moro shiploads of good people.
Tlirougli iniliMiring of inform
ation J. Dohertv wis represented
in ye.sterdi.y'h issue as being
found guilty of opium in posses
sion. Tlio verdict was " not
guilty," and regiut f.r tho error
is horoby expressed.
K. C. Mncfarliina and H. P.
Baldwin, answering San Erancisco
ropoiters, both ridiculed tlio story
about tho ex-Queen's buying of
ostates in Italy. J t is a pity thoie
wore not always people on hand to
bquolch f.tlso reports about Ha
waii. Hoie is an inoidont that ought
to go as far in tho way of eomeiit
botuoon tho twogro.it English
speaking nations ns tho Marl
borough - Vauderbilt nodding:
Lord Jijyloigh and J'lofossor
ivilliam Ilamsoy called at the
United States Embassy iu London
on the 7th inst.' and James Itoose
volt, the secretary of tho Embas
sy, prosonted them with a chock
for $10,000 which thoSmithsoniun
Instituto had nwardod ns the first
Hodgkin prizo for thoir paper on
argon, tho no v element discover d
Leading Democrats of Alabama
aro considering whethor thoy had
not better drop tho freo silver
issuo and turn thoir attention to
rounitting the party for tho com
ing CDiitest. It is feared that
further ngitation of tho currency
question insido tho party might
bring on a pronounced split and
the loss of tho Stato to tho Demo
cracy, Similar reilootions may
infljonco the party in othor Statos,
bo that tho silvor part of tho car
go will bo jottisouod to savo the
ship. "Whether Cleveland runs
for a third term or not, it must bo
his policy or nothing on which
tho Democrats can hivo n ghost
of a chance.
llawnn seems always to bo
placed in tho position of tho ono
shoup that went iiBtray by note
taking moralists from nbrood.
Thoy expross thoir iutorest in
Hawaii's condition aa if this was
tho last spot on tho oarth awaiting
its share in tlio universal regnor
ntiou that has been looked fonvaid
to for ngos. The r.-st nf tho world,
it is to bo presumed, constituto
tho ninety and nine that notd no
attention. Comparative statistics
along with an accounting of tho
probib'.y unequnlcd diversity of
nationalities according to popula
tion hero, would, however, show
that few parts of tlio world aro
loss "tho abode of horrid cruelty"
that is said to bo tho character
istic of tho "dark places of tho
earth." Even the hoathm inhab
itants of Hawaii, of dilleront races,
cm lay claim to being the j-ossos-sors,
lvin.tikiihly, of tho trulls rf
hospital. ty and beiimolonco.
An inspection of tho strojt3 in
ra'n.v weatlior would how u good
ni'iiiy plates whore i n erritie
' gnule iL'i'iiiitH watei to Me m deep
ii i pools until it bviipoi ites. This is
one of the mile ly faults f th
city which should bj romodied
with tilt- least pnssib e delay.
Air. Youiix'm tl' epMon.
The committed of employes of
tho Honolulu lum Works which
has the matter of th' reeoption ot
Alexinder Young in hand hao
decided that the n(I r .shall take
placo on Saturday. Ther.' i!l
bo a rccoption, speco' imi'iii; ui d
collation iutowi in the a f t Mtiioon ,
for which James Sloinor is to ho
tho caloior, and afterwards the
omployes and Hum families will
adjniru to the Saratoga rnsrt at
"Waikiki; wher the ivoniug will
ho spoil', in inus'c, daiicii.g and
singing. Messrs. Itoul mid Carv
oi aro making I'xtia preparations
for tho proper ontertainmont of
the guosts on Sitnrday evening.
tiii: iiicyci.i: oiiNri.sr.
An Increucl Nuiulicr ol Vote dial
Mncc Yenlvrilii) .
The total number of votes cast
in the bicycle contest up to noon
today is 9827, as rotttrned by tho
committee having tho matter iu
charge. Tho following tables show
the lesult of tho count:
Miss Annie Clark 3X
MIkhC Newton SIu
MIm Mulatto Jciui'ii ys
Mli Doui.Mosun.in 01
Ml4 Mnlicl HoberiBou M
Miss 11 01en Ill
.MU Arnold CJ
Mini Murr Notl 5S
Mlsa Calilll 57
MIh M Simpson .10
Miss Mabel limns 14
Scattering j M1?J
Cresi enl . . .
Uooil Tor Tho JJajs Only.
MOST POPULAR .BICYCLIST.
fir Kill In blanks with jour cliolco
is iiiuKjtim null oiejcio, and deposit
m tills ballot at the Uuuxtis business
Si ollleu hv l'J n'eliwl. nn.,., I.vc.l....
..w.v.uwi ., IOUJ,
Vo i.... ,t7. """' """J.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST,
Cooked Jiol.ed. Oats
Tho original brand.
1 XoaUliInl, Economical,
Different from nnd iHitlnr llnui any other brand,
ffa l'lirhiilo iy nil I.einlliiK (Iroiem.
FRANK B. PETERSON & CO.,
8. 1'. ACU-JNTH.
The able address by Mrs.
Slurtevant-Peet, president of
the California Woman's
Christian Temperance Union,
on the occasion of the annual
convention of that body in San
hancisco, contained a passage
which takes strong ground on
the benelits ol the bicycle. In
srvV"? 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 of
the coret and restricting bands
is a foregone conclusion.
Dress reform has pressed its
claims for foitv years, with lit- i
tie protrress till the bicycle,
that graceful, silent 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
drunken rider. Unlike "the
horse, it balks when touched
by the hand of inebriety. It
inconveniences and discour
ages the use of cigars and cigar
ettes to the number of 65,000,
000 a year. In short, the wheel
is a reformer, and, though, it
came nnt through the virtue of
moral conception, we should
welcome its presence as we do
the advent of every new in
vention and corporate edict
bearing the balm "of sobriety,
with the promise of stronger
and better men and women."
This is a straightforward ex
pression from an able woman
who led the California forces
of one of the greatest National
organizations ever instituted
tor the uplifting of the race.
The dignity and earnestness
which characterize her opinion
cast into the shades the hallow
objections which some physi
cians have made to the bicycle.
Ars. Peet 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
about in nearly half 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
Airs. Peet might have mention
ed the saving in labor attained
by the patent sprocket atl ach
ed to the Tribune wheel, which
amounts to over 1 $ per cent,
no t 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 S per cent less work
than any other wheel in exist
ence. FOR SALE ONLY BY
Tta HiiaOn Hirim to. Ui
cl . . , .
Ring Up Telephone 705.
Ktmm Corner Ucretniiia ntiel
Xuuanu Htnets. lllMf.
fflBtoYeMl(&cej5 , , .
KAPIOLANI -:- PARK
January 1, 1BBB.
1st Huui.r.ltuK; i:o Hall Tronliy. Krco
2d l!ii'Yci.K Uait; One-lmlf inilo Juvenile
0iin to nil lioii-wiaiiera under 111
."Id Hit in 1: IUcf; I'ii7c not decided. Ar
rangement to boiuudo Inter.
4tliltuM.(i IUi-k; I'riyo $100 I'tirso.
One-half unlo nnd ie;ent. Weight
Fth"TiioTTiM)I(n; I'rfoo $100 I'tirxe. 3
uiumto elimsj mile liciiN, best 2 In 3.
I'oi Hawaiian lued homes.
mii--TliTTiM. ISti'i;. l'rizo SlOil I'tmo.
2.10 class; 1 unlo heats, best 2 iu 3.
1'uo for nil
7tll0l. Mill. KOMI.TY ltl'.NNIMi !..;
1'iii'SlOO. I'leefornll. Kir-l liorno
leaching tho qnuitor to receive $2.).
Tirst hniho le.icliiiiH the hull to ie
ci no $2.1. 1'irst lioio leaching tliu
thui-iinnitiT to lcruivu $25. I'nst
horse leaching homo to ieceive$2.1.
This raeo will lio ol speti.il intucst ns it
will nllow iidiuittuiiro ol both I0113 and shoit
Entrance feo to trotting and running
lilies to be len MOl hir mmt .tf fl.n n,.w.,.t
of the pulses.
All tiotting nnd pacing races nrc tn bo
verued by tlio Hawaiian Jockey Club
les. Kntrieti to close on December loth.
2?" l'"r fnrthor iuforuintion address
L. O. llox 177, Mauag'
4000 toud, is due on or about
And will have immedinto dispatch for
EJ& Vox particulars of freight and pas.
Bngo apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO, Ltd.
of. nil kinds.
A. L. MORRIS & CO.,
5) Fort Sheet
1'OJt SAliJ3 1JY
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
FROM 35.00 UP.
THIS SPACE IS KESE11YED
M. S. LEVY.
IN "KII WESTJIAVKU" IIKUUN VV-
rlisht riano iu eMellenl eondltlou will bo
sold cheap. Address, X,
133-lf Ulllktis Olllce.
Stable Room To Let.
par. STAHLC K001I TO LET FJ103I
I l to
tO .1 htllllB.
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
ritOJl NOVEMIlElt l(i, l WILLHECEIVE
r patients betweon I) to 11 nm, daily nt
my ollleo iu tho Jlasonio Teii'plo.
lM-lw Dlt.N. JJUSSELL.
TIlltEK Oil FOUK VOUNO, ACTIVE
I CnrponteiH to uoik on plain woik.
T. H. SWUNG.
loO tf runahou College Tract.
I porsons to whom ho is incehttd to
present iteuiiod bills to Mr. Joseph 0
Carter, Merchant stieet.
, , J. A. COMMINS.
Honolulu, Nov. 18, 189.1. ICO-lw
: Miss Axtell :
Will recoivo privato pupils.
Blio can bo seen at tho 1'rcpnr.
ntory School lluililing, ....
tEeiy WiihiDtilny from '.'till t nm,
I fiij.jj t