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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 21, 1895.
TAX APPEAL NOTICE,
J.'ntioo U hereby given that tlic Cotut o(
r.i Appeali for tln District of Honolulu,
Ualin, will n't at tlio District Court Hooni
on Friday, the 22d tiny of Noveinlier, A. D.
teflfl, nt 'J o'clock p in, to hear such appeals
as may l'c b. ought l"for- it .
Vrcsi lent oi (Curl of Tax Appeal lor District
Hated Honolulu. II. 1.. Nov. 11', IS'J.V
Notice to School-Teachers.
Owinp, to the shortness of tlio piesent
l'hool term, teachers in all llo eminent
lohool nr- ordered not to prepare for or
hold tiny ('lirituuifl exercise.
B nnli r ot tlic Hoard ,,f Kilm ntlon.
.M.ATAl T. ATKINSON,
lti-.t Iu:i ctor-'ii'in ml Schools.
51 Eucrir?d Bulletii,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
TUrilSDAY. - - NOV.21,1805.
Mor than lil'teen thnusand men
have been thrown out ofomploy
tto.it at one stroke by the Leather
Trust i'f til- Unite. 1 Stales. o
1 ! g wll the t runny of trusts be
allouod to last, wh'-n such gigati
tic wp nv's as tins ii to jiorpotvated
lti)ti'd Met-ru that Northwest
er!" Amerc.i i1 rapidly Incoming
n fi tt..b1o Ophir. From Was-h-ingli'ii
Stat", Uritish Columbia
and Alaska come reports of the
discoveries of fabulously rich gold
lie I O.it.-.
Al'tor an interview with Chan
cellor Hohenlolie, tho Turkish
Embassador Ir-'t Berlin without
paying tho tn-u il viits. When he
left tin- presouceof the Chancellor
tho Turk ncumid grc"itly agitatod.
It is reportud hu implorod the
Chancellor not to havo Germany
assist England in forcing Turkey
into a road that might load to
rev'ilutio'1. Beeoiving no natis
f.ictory answer ho folded his robo
about him and decMnped.
In dlif riiia insect posts lire
rapidly disappearing beforo the
bests of ladybirds onlistod for
their extermination. There yot
re.iiiiins to bo discovered, how
ever, the particular kind of para
site that delights in cultiii inoth
on 10 .st. 'J'lmt pest is, by recent
accounts, the most destructive ono
with which fruit-growers havo to
contend, l'aris groon is the only
antidote to it at present available.
President Clevoland, if it is
true he agrees to nu nnnoxatinn
troaty on condition of a popular
vote in the islands upon tho ques
tion, doubtless moans a voto of
nil who woi.ld be electors now
without the test oath. Thcio is
luorefore work ahead for the truo
3'ppi.rtors of aunoxatiou, which
3'iould not ho delayed if a major
ity of the nutivo8 is to be won.
.1IHS. Mi:VF.NSON IIKHI.'.
ri'C l'iully Will Muy Smm Snuci
lor Three !TI on tlia.
Mrs. Bobeit Louis Stovonson,
teffotlmi- with blovd Osbourno and
her dauuhter, Mrs. Hollo Strong,
arrived from San Francisco on tho
MarinoBa thw morning and have
taken u cottago nt Sans Souci.
whore thoy will mako u stay of
Mr. Osboiirne was quite 1 1 when
loavinc San Francisco, but is now
During her stay in San Kran
aiaio Mrs. Stevenson resided at 7
Montgomery avenue, tho loilpii.g
houso that so long under "Mother
Hunt's" inaniigeinont was a haunt
of BohomiauR. It was thoro that
Bobort Lotus Stovonson stayed
while in that city, and although
the kindly old landlady who made
tho house so popular has passed to
her long rent it still remains
headqnartor for artists and nows
were continued further it won'.l
rpnlt in n new Ministry bun8
l..,..i .io n. iii...i I.....I..I-. ,
ship if Honor Stigastu.
ll't ! Iti IIIIVIIH VI I U mil itl ivnii
A plct to kill rrfhid.Mil Alfuro
of Ecundor litis boon discovered.
Tlio HuBiinii charge iV nfhuros
t Seoul has notilieil tin, .lutiannso
at Seoul 1,uh notified tlio Japanese
Miiiisti-r that if the Kinj: of Corea
is not rostorud to his rights by
will be taken by
Owing to tho jnosenco of tho
British tloct at Eo.ichow, tlio Vi
ceroy has oxi'cuted eight assas-
Tlio illegal examination of a
Bntisti luoicliant ship by the ,J.ip
unco, Wlio were sookihg tlio f gl-
tivn eh. of of the Black Kings, has
Uiitisii and French ui,iir.it.j .ire
pic nil up,' uhiio Gurimm
nmikoi.s a to weak
Tlioio as a demonstration in
Vienna by tin Anti-Semite mob f
lOoO, ovor the re-o''cti"!i of
sfer. aft,r his
Jr.g-riiH lii.rgo iiiisti-r
hist election hail I
ft-u.eii in by ti u Id
police iii.t! uclitiiy .-ii r ssed the
I! lll --IAH.S.
The cause tl i-of Wi!.. s- McVeigh
d'lei wi a series ot reports in tlio
papuis rttl, ctit'g on Willie ami
his wife, si:i.g they had f.mi.h-
utud, ttc, iiistiguti-d by .McVoi'h,
was a lviatnu of jJcKiiy,
whom Aiis Wi
before she man
S ll'Ul '.l.OI'C''fl
rickp.i'kot- wrukcd the Pug.-t-AVhitnoy
we.Idng in St. Thomas
church, Xew York The dotectivos
cannot ni'der-nt'iiul it, as i-v-ry
precaution wa, taiioii.
The l'.-n ama ltaiiro.id Company
will establish a permanent brio of
steamers from New Oriems to
Colon in cniiuection with its Cal
ifornia traffic. 1 tutus low enough
to ofl'sot tho Southern Pncilio's
discriminntioii against Chicago
and in f.ivor of New York are jiro
tniscd b- tho new line.
Gaudaur, champion sciillor of
Amorica, challenges Harding tho
English champion, to row in Eng
land or Amorica.
Corbott and Fitzsimmons hnva
not fought yot.
English papors aro scoring Lord
Dunravon, saying he should apo
logize for charges made against
Henry M. Stanloy, M. P., the
African travolor, has sailed for
Liverpool after visiting Canada
and the Unilod States.
Senator Jones of Arkansas ia in
terested in a no v invention, ex
pected to bo profitable, the pack
ing ol cotton in cylinders in
stead of bales.
Judge Allen O. Thnrman has
survived his 8-iul birthday in
.Tudgo Crisp, ox-spoakor of
Congress, addressed tho Legisla
ture of Georgia. Ho said the
Democrats of Georgia should de
tnand that thoir representatives in
tho next Congress insist upon the
making of a platform by tho peo
ple who elected tho President and
not by those who lived in States
that did not furnish tho electoral
voto. Judge Crisp's speech is
considered tho opening one in his I M
campaign for the Unitod States 1 1
to success Sonator
The New York brmeh of tho
,, , , -, . , . i
Jillllk of Aloiitrenl linn rucOIVbd
from Kootenai, B. C, tho socond
I vf.uLl l.l.w..' tf rn-,1.1 lit. if li.,..
bloc; of gold that hm
i. vrr.sr i'okkign ni:ms.
(Continued from 1st paye.)
auMti a tniunderstindiim ho- '".V''"'- " """.""-'- mis reason 1110 oailii.iiiiciii ui
Um-m. tho British and Japanese. "U, woro anv.ng ino.o o,,kM. tle corset and restricting bands ninlnr V Obrl Pfa HPCj
I'oitugiiorfo defeated natives '" "' """ to 0l,y iwly ' is a foregone conclusion. ILeYf x oul'haljLp i
llith liui.vi. lonu in I?.. wt A Mn.i H'ot'l' ftOl'k. Oil t!l tlCKl 1' 111 p- ,' .. . l". U.,.. nr.iveaA Uc ' 1
luflor an "engagement of forty j X VoiU has a;.p'aied tielcgi ntl: . . f f , l '., y.' at
I minute "Keol"vm..t..r 4? -.il..i-li m-"i.s t-i.lim lor 10rt -b-. ""i ADini&MI DDt
i "i"iVt:,. h.s bee. ,.',. ly 'ti-at'tj-h-d i-u hid .-.. tho stock le progress till the bicycle. KAPIOLANI -.- PARK
lionized in AMfti-ilin. ' by some broker with mi older to . that gniCellll, SllCllt Steed Oi ox
I i3i.c. at i npLir.ioua'' . dawt l ' i-1 i
$ 1 firA V"- i - F AT PACKED I H VtRY tAROF AN0
!' y"' ' Mi0l3- SPECIALLY FOR MLDRANDo.WW I
I5 neTn a) will pro?g their nerir H ' ' liiivcC
ovor mis'boiI through tlio New
York assuy nfiieH, H is in tlio
form of n huum- loaf, woiclis 2135
;,ncn"; n"'1 ' viilneil .u Wl,i57.
r,' fH"'s from U,,e C,kr,b.,,u
'" uhiik iinuiiisorecoiv'
ed from tlio llorsoily initio, in the
sntno section, n gold brick, woifh
mii 1151 ounces, valued tit 2(5,-
l-l. Tho metal is virgin gold,
! of Rreonmh tint, nimilar to Aim-
i TIlO bitttll'
i, 1 ho Imttk'shi,. loxas has -eon
ldly damaged in tlio Now York
tmuiy (MiiiiiKuu in ine ow lorn
drv dock, twonlv-one frames and
brackots having "b. on buckled by
tho ship's own wight.
Ex-Senator Palmer's house at
Detroit has been burned, the !"
on building and furnishings bo:n
JoO.OOO, with no possible w.ij of
Aolin, . 4 i .ir Mm IfUJ rtf I tin tift , if.
yM,., ,w,iK i.. . .
motion. Mr "aimer i record ol
tho World's l-Vr. which on.-t him
iimio than uouu, and ins own
it,.i t,U lt .rililttliin Vtl I IWil lit . I . . il. . 1 ;..u ... -..i- f I
-fill. Tho last lid for this stock j motlOIl, d.tSlieS tlirOUgll Ulld
; was umdo no.rly two years ago. ( 0pen (le ,Joor 0 prejll
j ft is now .1, fi.nt.-ly nrr.inwl Jjcei 1 his HlVStic wheel that
that mi S.ii.diy. iSovember 17. , fit Qn eve,.y road and
i iniporiiiiu coangHs win r iium
' in t!ie schedules of thiough dli
tiiriihi iriiiiiH via toe I licioo
Union i'aciiic ami Not t'l w.-torn
; tiuos. which wm m.Ke piscine
, the shortest tin..- over imulo by
r.-gubir trains between Cine .
and San Francisco. The .M-t-Ml
iuos. which wui m.Ke i)isiDie .
train will lo.ivn Cl.-c . .-.t (5 P in
daily and reach S.io Francisco ..t
s.-ir, p 111. the third day. Cm
nection will bo made for bo An-
golos which will save tweiilyiour
liotirs from llio sc.lio.lul. I
Tho State of Kentucky, includ
ing blue glass hind, blooded
horses nod tobacco, is worth
Thoro arc boliovcd to be over
10,000,000 watches in use in tlic
tiii: iucvci.i: conij-.st.
IntercKl In Hi" IIiNiiIt Ii .1 en In nu
Following is tho result of the
counting of tho ballots in tho
Bulletin's Bicycle Contost at
noon tod iy, ii total of 10,008 being
MIm Annie Claris M0
Mli.4 Mnwle Jen.en IiW
Ml-s Miil.i'l Kolierlton 141
Ml Dura .MoiHiian KIT
Mli." Mnrv Nott 'M
Ml.in II OlM'll Ut
Mls Ariinlil "
Miss .'alilll I"
Mlis M SimpMiti '1
Mini Mnlnl llruns 21
Clev eland -VJ
Bulletin Bicycle Ballot
(lo.nl for Two Days Only.
MOST POPULAR .BICYCLIST.
ifc r?r Kill In l.lanks with our choleo I
1 1 '.u'.S1';' ."'o1'1,1,?::'1,1'-n.,'.'1,dl'V,,slt 1
H '"' "allot nt tne Hi'I.i.iitin liunliiens H
olllec by la o'clock noon, Saturday
1 November 3, lbto. '
The able address bv Ars.
Shirtcvant-Peet; president of
llni i"',lifrrni'i Wniiiin'
p . . Tr,mnerance ,.,:.,
, i ; ,7 ;
Oil tllC OCCasiOll 01 tlie annual
' convention of that body ill Sail
( Francisco, contained a passage
which takes Strong grOUIld Oil
the benefits of the bicycle. Ill
,.,.,, .i.:., ;, .ijv,-,:, culture
ana tne relation ol the clothes
, . .
tu inc miujcli, mo-o.uu .
"All kllOW the Value Of a
strone unhindered body. For
. . . ,i iii. iir .
sneei is uie mute out tciiuii;
rtluni.nIi ri -I.""..-.- t'.- f -v,
iit.ivuv.iiii: ui uicoo iv:iuiiii
It has its virtues as well as its
charms. It invites, vea, de
ciianiis. it invites, vea, (
muiujs simplicity ill drCSS.
t,Mrnnnros nhvsicil evei'C
-HCOUragCS pilNSIull CXlIC
' "lu VUC"-V '. ,US", .-, "!.
; drunken rider. Unlike the
lliorse.it balks when touched
by the hand of iliebrietV. It
inconveniences and aiscour
ages the use of cigars and 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
welcome fts 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
for 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.
Atrs. Peet gives us to under
stand that in the sole aspect of
requiring women to dress sen
sibly this simple instrument of
locomotion lias 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
Mrs. 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 ? 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 IS per cent less work
than any other wheel in exist
ence. FOR SALE ONLY BY
!1m Hawaiian Haita Co. Ltd.
Ring Up Telephone 705.
Corner lleretanin nnet
January 1, 1B3B,
lt Hl.vrt.f. ltvcr; K O Hall Trophy,
2d r.ieviLK Hact.j Ono-lmlf milo Juvenile.
Open to nil iion-winuert nniler II!
.'Id llievei.i: Hack; Prize not ileeided. Ar
rangement to bo iniulu later.
Uh-IliTNMMi Hack.j l'rizo S100 Purse.
Ona-half railo and repeat. Weight
fitli-TiiorriNT Hace: Prize, SlOOVurxo. .1
minute cluvi; milo hentx, best 'J in II.
For Hawailau bred hornes.
Oth-Tii'iTTiMi Hack; I'rio $100 I'urM-.
.:IOclus; 1 mile heals, best 'J in .'I.
l'reo for all
"th--0.sr. Mii.k Novri.TV ItrvsiMi Hack;
l'lizoSIOp. l'rce. for all. l'irsl horso
le.ichine; tho iitinrtor to roueivoS'J.").
First hoibo reaching the hull to ro
ccivo $-J.". First horso reaching tho
time-quarter to receive S'J5. Flint
horsu liiichiUK home to receive S'J.".
This race will bo of special interest as it
will allow admittance of both luiie, and short
r.ntnmco fee to trotting and runnine.
races to he ten (10) per cent of tho amount
of the purses.
All trotting and pacing rncos are to bo
poverued by the Hawaiian Jockey Chili
lilies. 1'iitiit'H to close on December loth.
SL7S For f u I ther infonuntiou address
1. O.Hox47", Mauaeer.
o all kinds.
A. L. MORRIS & CO.,
ol Fort Street Telephone 422
FOB SALE BY
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
ALMA COTTAGK, AT WAIK1KI, 18 TO
Let, furnlriied, together with a beach lot.
STOlti: TO LET, KING STREET NEAH
Fort. Apply to
DUKINO MY AHSENCE KltOM THE HE
publlc of Hawaii, Chang Jack Kim will have
charge under Power of Attorney of all tho
business andallalrs of tho linn of Wing Mow
YVINU MOW CHAN.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 11, lb'J5. l&7-aw
FHOM fSC.OO UP
THIS SPACE IS BKSEBVED
M. S. LEVY.
IN l'UHSUANCK OF T1IH OHPF.H OF
Circuit Couit, Fiist Circuit of the Hawaiian
Islands, I have this day advertised for sale
tho HaripieDon Adolfo, her boats, tackles,
uppurul and furnittne at publio auction on
Vvuduesday, the 27th day of November,
Honolulu, Nov. 21, 180?.
H. H. HITCHCOCK,
List of Inventory will bo published to
A MAN WHO CAN TltEAD UNEXl'KCT-
edly upon a piece of coral rock, while bntli
lug at Wnlklkl, and not cai-c up or mako any
prolane remarks, must also be able to knock
a mosquito oil' bis nose without lilttlns that
organ, he will be required to examine a bliy
clo track and tell which way tlic wheel was
t ravel hie;; call on llronn ,V; Kubey and look
on tliclr new sloek just received per last
: Mrs. Holden :
To coruor of Adams Lano nnd Hotel street.
AN 'K'WKSTMAVKir liniil.lN Ul'-
light Piano In cMcllent condition will be
Stable Room To Let.
PINE STAHLH 1100JI TO LET FHOM .
I ltolthtnlls. v
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
ritOM NOVEMHElt 10, I WILLHKCEIVE
r patients bfttwecu !) to 11 am. lnllv m
ofllco iu tho Musonio Tcnqilo.
I porbons to whom ho is inrcbtcd to
present itemied bills to Mr. Joseph O
Carter, Jlerchaut street.
, , . J- A. CUMMINS.
Honolulu, ?ov. 18, 18i).'. ISO-lw
Election of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OV WILD.
ersbtcamshlnCo., Lid, held at their olllce in
this city on November 18, 18W, the following
olllccrs were re-elected to serve durlii" the en.
suing year: "
.1 r I ackfcld, - - - Vice 1'iesldent
.."..""fp- " ' Sl'c- a1"1 Treasurer
The above -named olllccrs together with J
Ahlug, WO Irwin and (i 0 lleekley com.
prlso the Hoard of Directors. y
... . 8. II. HOSE,
15. -iw Secretary.