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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMIJER 22, 1895.
TAX APPEAL NOTICE.
Notice 1b hereby gU en thnt tlio Court of
Tax Appeals (or tlio District o( Honolulu,
O.tbii, will sit nt tlio District Court ltooru
on Friday, the !M ilny of November, A. D.
189."i, nt 2 o'clock ui, to licar Rilcli appeals
n may lie brought brfuro It .
President ol Court of Tax Appeals lor District
Dated Honolulu, II. 1., Nov. IV, IS'JV
Notice to School-Teachers.
Owing to tlio shortness of tlio present
school term, teachers In nil Government
schools are ordered not to prepare for or
hold nny Christmns exercises.
lly order of the Hoard of Education.
I.W-ot Inspector-General Schools.
51 Ever)'u)t Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
FRIDAY. - - NOV. 22, 1895.
Iu a trademark suit it I1.1B boon
row iled that th miicli advertised
'Fig Syntji'' is mostly senna tea
with but a llavor of fig j-iico in il.
Some who have tried it in Hono
lulu could not bsnr it on account
of tho s'lina llavor. The court in
whiuh tho suit was hoard rofusvd
protection to the concoction on
the ground thut it was an imposi
tion 0:1 the public. Its soiling
prico in Honolulu has certainly
been exorbitant, ovon if it was nil
that has been claimed for it as a
In ono respoct tho promises of
the Kalakaua Monument Associa
tion have not boon fulfilled. That
is the artistic certificates of stock
in tho memorial which wore to bo
given to all subscribers. Undor
the adverse circumstatices mot by
tho Association, however, sub
scribers will be content without
the certificates when they soe tho
main object accomplished. Al
though the memorial is not on.
the ambitious scalo nt first pro
jected, it is for tho means at dis
posal a creditable production.
If Tuikey gotB out of her pres
ont ktttlo of fish, through interna
tional jealousy, it must only be
for a soasou. That country is be
yond monding, und is forodoomod
Ono of the inscriptions on a
political cartoon iu tho Chronicle
is ' llotlon Financial Policy."
When was llotton the Storotary
of tho Treasury?
An interesting L-aturo of tho
Planters' Monthly for November
is "A Brief Sketch ot the Early
History and Growth of tho Sugar
Industry in Hawaii, and Its Pre
eminent Advantages as a Field for
Jnvestrao.it of Capital.'' It occu
pies fourteen pages and is signed
by H. M. Whitney, editor of the
Monthly.- Its facts nnd figures
aro worth preserving.
There aro indications of a turn
in the tide of war at Cuba. At
last accounts victories wero boing
scorod by Spanish troops. A
prospeot of compromiso on tho
basis of colonial homo rule, on
tho Brtir-l) plau, was also loom
ing up. This would put oil' Cuban
annexation indefinitely, so thut
Bob Ing-rs'dl would have to be
content with Canada, Mexico nnd
Holutiousbotween Great Britain
and Russia having diminuendood
from a war scaro to tho vanishing
point of aliened bad feeling, now
begin to crescendo into the strains
of mutual goodwill and common
understanding upon great intor
nutlouul qnoHtion. It wuu'd up-
ioitr, if tin lntoat loports nro
cniroot, iih if tlio London pnpors
worn not VTiir-wliooping by nutlior
ity v. lion tbi-y worked tliotiiHolvcs
into a frenzy, n fow vioeks ngo,
over tlio going of tlio Russian
floot to Port Artliur.
lu n Tncotnu dispatch Adolnido
is pinned in Now South Wnlfs.
Tlio sumo lnistuko npponrod in u
logiil docutnont filed in tho Circuit
Court lioro a fow dnya ngo. An
ntlus is 11 hundy thing to havo in
Honolulu hna another iusMtu
tinii in which it may fairly tako
prid'i, by tho now eBtH-blished huc
ci S3 of tlio Kiliihiiiin Ait I.onguo.
Ainoii3.in co-operation with
Grpat Dribiin in Turkey would
li'voly postpono tho wur that Sen
ator Gliundler of Now Uumjisliiro
so eugurly invokes.
Twenty ynr-i i'; the Koely
motor furnished an interesting 1
tone of conxurs'itiuu. Koely
could not get his machine taken
up then, but he appealed on tho
scene at intervals hineo, still in
sisting on its value but refusing
to g'vo away the secret. A few
diys ago tho nnhji-ct popped up
ugin through tho purchase of a.
small lot of Keoly motor stock on
tho New Y"rn exchange.
CHAIN' AIUIOII IN itut.K.irr 1MIOOK.
( ; I ltnililly I norm tiii; Anions
oiilcom of tlm It ntlxii a rin )-.
Sotting aside all talk about
protections that aro porfoctly
bullot-proof, 1 givo you my assur
ance that an immousu number of
the officers of our army and navy
who go on f ireign servioo, especi
ally whon ono of our "littlo wnrs"
is expected, provide themselves
with certain easily recoguized pro
tections. Those, mind you, aro
well-known avticlesof trade to the
service. Tho commonest nnd most
useful typo of those protections
consists of fiuo but beautifully
tempered singlo chains, inclosed
in soft leather, which run along
the shoulders, down tho outer
side of the arms and ovor certain
parts of tho body. Theso can
cither be sewn into a particular
tunic or they can bo adjusted sep
arately and put on like harness.
Tako it absolutely that hundreds
upon hundrods of sets aro sold.
Tho most valuable of nil chains,
in connection with nccoutcrraonts,
nro thoso which guard the head,
nnd in cases whore tho rogulation
cap or helmet is not suihoiontly
protected in this way, specially
made chains aro sewn inside tho
snmo nnd covered by tho lining.
Only those who have boon in
actual conflict know how valuablo
all tho chains montioned aro in
minimizing I ho effect of sword
cuts. As legards protection from
sword and bullet, tho general be
lief of officers nowadays seoms to
bo in thoroughly tinned loathor,
and groat quantities of tight-fitting
leather undortunics aro made
for officers, tho fnvorito pattern
said to bo tho invention of tho
late Sir Richard Burton being
that which forms a not too pro
minent ridgo down tho conter of
tho chest. I havo homd innu
merable stories from officers of
bullets which hu've beon divortod
iu some degree by theso loathor
stool tunics, Boino of which
are lined with woven steol wiro.
Of course, none of these things
are supposed to be an absoluto
protection, but only a sort of pal
liative. London Tid-Bits.
Tho State of Maino is worth
i i rOinn'Y ifHiT ufaftr hr
Lund vlo Tomorrow.
Undor a notice of foreelosuro of
inortg'go there will bo Bold at
public unction at the salesroom of
Jas. F. Morgin.toiriorrow, Xovom
bor 2Ud, at 12 o'clock noon, 11 2
100 acres of land at Kapahulu in
This is tho prnporty formerly
tied for tho ostrich farm of tho
late G. T rousdoau. The proporty
is on til main road encirling the
I'urk.nnd will bo sold with irrigat
ing plant, pumps, pi pre, etc.
Tlio proporty will ninko an excel
lent dairy or stock farm nnd is a
fiuo invostmout. Tho property can
bo divided into ologunt subur
st. aniiu:vs criii:it.i..
Order ol Sorilrra nnd .1lccCllli;
Uiirlns Hie .synod ol 1KUD.
The following is tho ordor of
meetings and sorvicis of tho ap
proaching Synod of the Anglican
chinch in Hawaii:
Monday, Nov. 2". 7:.'10 u.m.
Service of Interc ss nti for Mis
sions Pn'.icitor, Rev L. Byrd-.
WediV'Stl.ty, N iv. '27. Opening
nt riynod. 1 a.m.. llo'y Comma
nioti; -I p.m. Evensong; i:45
p 111., Openii g of Synod; 7:.'J0 p.m
Synod continued. Bishop's Ad
dress. Thursday, Nov 28. Dn- of
Thanksgiving. 7 . 111., Holy
Communion; 11 a. 111 , Thanks
giving Service: Preacher, Rev.
V. Ilorsfall; 3 p. m , Even
song, 3110 . m., Annual
Meeting of Trustoes; 7:.'5() p. in-.,
Mooting of Synod.
Andrew Lang, iu a recent arti
cle on words of comfort, mentions
umnng othors: Tho lady's "yes"
to her lover's fond question; the
doctor's "it is a boy, sir," to tho
anxious pnpi; "not guilty" to tho
prisoner tit tlio bar; "finis" to tho
end of n writer's latest book; the
physician's 'out of danger," and
"not out" to n man at tho bat.
THE IIICYCL.I: CIINTIST.
Intercut In tli- Rcault tw Still on
Following is tho result of the
counting of tho ballots iu tho
Bulletin's Bicycle Con tost nt
noon today, n total of 10,58-1 being:
Miss Newton 408
Miss Annie Clark 313
MIssMabel Robertson -'"
Miss Maggie Jcn.en... SOI
Miss Mary Nott 18
Mlm Dora Mosman 113
Miss Arnold. Cfl
Miss M Blmnson ol
Mbt Mabel I) runt 33
Cleveland , -'1
1 Bulletin Bicycle Ballot
I 3To. 26. e
3 J.'ood lor Two Days Only. j
S MOST POPULAR .BICYCLIST. E
i ... , -
ItJEST BICYCLE. fei
J3f Fill In blanks with your choko
of bleycllst and bicycle, and deposit
tills ballot at the Uulletin biieltis
otlleu by 12 o'clock 1100a, Monday,
November Si, IH'JS.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST.
Cooked Rolled Oats
Tho original brand.
ftlfrurent fioui mid better tlmn any other hrnnd.
CXV Tor sale by all T.unillng (iioceris.
FRANK B. PETERSON & CO.,
S3. F. AGENTS.
AasJ ..- ,.., -.W- 1
The able address by trs.
Sturtevant-Peet, president of
the California Woman's
Christian Temperance Union,
on the occasion of the annual
convention of that body in San
Francisco, contained a passage
which takes strong ground on
the benefits of the bicycle. In
spe:iUTr of physical culture
and die i elation of the'clothes
to the subject, she said :
"All know the value of a
strong unhindered body. For
this reason the banishment of.
the corset andresirictingbands
is a foregone conclusion.
Dress reform has pressed its
claims for forty years, with lit
tle progress 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 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 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
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.
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 t'he above
Mrs. Peet plight have; mention
ed the saving in labor attained
by the patent sprocket attach
ed to the Tribune wheel, which
amounts to over i! percent,
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 $ per cent less work
than any other wheel in exist
ence. FOR SALE ONLY BY
tktoaflau Hardwire to. 144
Ghurch : Lawn
A I.nn Party wlUbe gUeii by the I.mlld'
iu uoeieiy 01 iiio.m. 1,. nurcii
to bo held at
HAALELEil -i- LflSffN
On the afternoon nml ctoulug of Dec. fitli.
A hoop drill will be given by nomoof Miss
Mnroni's pupils nt 4 p.m. In tho ovcnlng,
instrumental nnd rocnl music. Tiiero will
bo tables for
-FANOY -: ARTICLES flrI
Flo-went, Candles, Calco nnd
Ice Crcran, Sandwiches and
Conee. Alvo,n Japnnet Ilooth
for ten anil wafers. ICO-td
MANUFACTCltEK, : UPHOL
STER UK : AND : DEAL
ER : JN . . . .
Furniture, Bedding, Etp., Etc,
Contmator und Bulldnr.
No. SI), N'tiunuti Htrocl.
11ns on linml Collins, Camphor Trunks,.
Mnltiiig, Wardrobes, Desks, Mattvsses,cto.
gjST" Call in nnd inspect goods.
of nil kinds.
A. L. MORRIS & CO.,
S$ T A. :irl
FOE SALE. BY
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
ALMA GOT.r.IK. AT. WAIKIKI, 13 TO
Lot, .furnished) together, with a bench lot.
FRANK HU STAGE.
IN rUltSUANOE OF THE OIlDCIl OK'
Circuit Court, Firu'i Circuit of tho ll'iuiilhn
Ihlunds, I luuo thib day advertised for ualo
tho Dimple Dou Adolfo, hr bouts, tacklx,
uppurel uud furuiUro nt public unction on
Wednesday, tho 27ih day of November,
Harrpx9 "Don Ailolfo," 1 tnblo (oblong),
1 old hofu, 2 hiL'jiis, 1 easy clmir (old),!
htool, I! btute-rooui lamps, 1 bhroiueti r, 1
chronometer, 1 nicdlcmo client, 1 chair, 2
pairs handcuffs, 21 pounds biuoklug tobac
co, I writing dusk nnd contents, charts nnd
sextnnt, 1 mirror, sigunl Hags, .'I tins coal
oil,. 1 bolt canvas, patent log uud lino, hnlf
hide (leather), 2 fog-horns, 2 nxo-hnudles, 1
coil smug wire, 2 pounds bees wax, .1 coil
limilme, 2 6-pound lead lines, 2 -I -pound
leud lines, 1 clock, 1 closet nnd books, 1
chronometer, .'! tups, III dinhes, 2 small
pitchers, 1 box tapioca, 2 dozens tins oys
ters, 1 tin cotl'ee, 2 tumblers, knives uud
forks nml hihhius, 4 packages caudles, .'!
puckagtB hops, 2 boxes maccaroni, 10 tins
coruod hoof, :i old nails (1 upper top-sails nnd
2 gallaut nulls), A ton old ropes, .SO pound
brown ochre, a lot of old irons, 2 compass
ts, 1 4 iuch hauling line, 1 bet bulls with
running gear, 2 uuchors, 2 chains 00 fath
oms ench, 2 boats, 3 iron tanks 4x4, 5 water
casks (small and lurgo), 3 barrels family lieef,
1 barrel pork. 2 mooring chains 15 fathoms
each uud anchor, 1 donkey engine nnd gear,
2 side lights, 1 llii-h light, 0 gallous linseed
oil, 4 fi-pound tins copperpaint, 1 oompleto
set cargo gear with blocks.
Honolulu, Nov. 21. 1895.
H. It. HITCHCOCK,
159-td Deputy Marshal.
DURINti MY AH3ENCE FROM THE KE
publlc of Iluwall, Chang Jack Kun will have
chargo under Power of Attorney of all the
budncss and ullalrs of the Arm of Wing Mow
Chan. YOUNG CHEE,
WING MOW CHAN.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. II, 1W5. 157-Jw
STOHE TO LET, KINO STREET NEAIt
Fort. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
FROM SB.00 UP
THfS SI 'ACE IS RESERVED
M. S. LEVY.
A MAN WHO CAN THEARUNEXI'ECT.
udly upon a piece of coral rock, wlillo bath
ing at Walklkl, nnd not capo up or make nny
prolanc remarks, must also be able to knock
amoii3ltoonbtsnosc without hitting that
organ, ho will bo required to cvnmlne a bicy
cle track and tell which way tho wheel was
trinclhg-rcall on llrown t Kubov and look
on their new slock Juet revolted ler last
: Mrs: Holden :
To corner of Adams Lano nnd Hotel streets
ANh)m n,WE?T-MAV,l:U" BEKMX UP
, .rlrut llan" '" I'M'elleut condition will be
Wd cheap. Addrits, X,
ISS-tf Bqletin Olllce.
Stable Room ToLet.
CINE STADLK ItOOM,TO LET FltOM
I 1 to 3 stalls.
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
ritOM NOVEMDEltlO, I WILI.IUCCEIVE
I patients between 0 to 11 urn. daily nt
my ofllce iu the Masouia Tomplo.
Jw-lw Ult. N. JtUB3ELL.
THE UNDEltSIGNED REQUESTS ALL
I pcrions to whom ho is inrchted to
prpsont itemized bills to Mr. Joseph O.
Cartor, Merchant street.
, , J- A. CUMMINS.
Honolulu, Nov. 18, 1895. lOClw
Election of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF WILD
cr'sBteamshlpCo., Ltd, held at their office In
this city on November IS, 181)5, tho followlnc
omcere weru re-elected to ecrve during the en
sulug year: B
9viW.,,.i" ' " -,.' President
J ,l, yek'lu, Vice President
?.. .,KoJF " " 8l'c- luul Treasurer
" Allen, Auditor
Tho nhove named olllcers together with J
A King, W G Irwin und (1 C UccUcv com.
prise the Hoard of Directors. y '
.... 8. I). ItOSE,
15, -I w Secret ury.