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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 20, 1895.
Board of Education Notices.
The Christmas vacation of the Government
iJcliools will commence on FRIDAY, Deccm
VrSO, 1895, and last till MONDAY, January 0,
By urilcr ol the Hoard,
JOHN F. SCOTT,
Examination for Teacher' Primary Cctlfi
cales, will he held on FRIDAY, January 3d,
ud SATURDAY, January 4, 18'Jrt, at the lol
towlng places: Honolulu, Oahu; Ullo, Ha
talt, Walluku, Maul; Lllue, Kauai.
l!y order of the Hoard.
AI.ATAU T. ATKINSON,
Uil-ln I. . 8.
It I the Intention of the Hoard of Educa
tion to open n free night school for pupils
iboethe age of 15. Tin ailiuol hours will
!efrom7to 0 pm. dally, cxicptt Saturdajs
tail SiimlajK The clou will commincu
January (5, IS'.n), at the Fort-street Silioul
fuplls disirous of entering should npplj nt
:iie Hoard ofEduiatlon.
The Hoard would llkuall teacher who are
Jest runs of ttneliltitf In the nlirht school to
Kiul In their iiiuuei. From the llt so obtain
3d a selection will be made.
lly order of the Hoard
ALATAf T. ATKINSON.
ICl-lw 1. (I. S.
All I'ubllc Schools will be closed on
rhursday, November 2Mb, in recognition
I Thnnl.sgiiiig Day- Schools will ro
spen on l'jiday, Noember 2!th.
11 order Roaid of Education.
JOHN 1'. SCOTT,
IG3 It Secretary.
AI.1IKKT V. GEAR, E'q, has this day
Aetn appoint! i a Notary Public for the First
judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Itlaud.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Ijterlor.
Interior ollke, Nov. 25, IS35. IBS-tf
Sl? Evepir Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
TUESDAY. - NOV. 2G, 1895.
Tbeio lias not bcon a valid rea
son given by the oppnnonts of
sletuoncy to tho remaining priou
srs of the insurrection for thoir
attitude. Tbey have boen chal
lenged to show that tbo granting
ofoloraency would do violonco to
)ho loading prinoiplo of raodorn
penology, which is that ponaltios
aro imposed on tho guilty for the
prevention of crime. Tho crimo
hi this caso was an nttuck on the
astablishment government, intend
id to subvert it and roplaco it
with another form. Had tho at
tack succoedod. all tho legal au
Ihorities say it would havo been
no crime. Having beon easily
jopulsed its authors and sup
porter's wero liablo to tho penal
ties for creating gruvo public dis
order. There is no doubt that
Ibeir objoot was to substitute one
system of l.vw and ordor for an
other. In other words, they wore
not socking to iuatitJto anarchy,
jltlibiigh their action was liable
to end in such. Thoy took thoir
ives in their hands, and wliilo still
unsubdued tho most sovoro meas
ures might havo beon justifiable,
against both thoso taken in tbo
Hold and at their homes or in
hiding. Ouco thoy wero com
pletely subdued and in the cus
tody of tho Government they wero,
I Bulletin Bicycle Ballot p
I 35TO. 29. I
a Hood for Tho J)u) Only. g
MOST POPULAR .BICYCLIST, ja
ST Fill In blanks with vour choice ra
of bicyclist and bicycle, and deposit W.
this ballot at the Uuli.ktin hurlnm El
(illlco by 12 o'clock noon, Widuendaj, s
November 27, lb'J5. a
according to tho part they took in
tho movement, either prisoners of
war or political prisoners. All
tho lessons required for tho pre
vention of similar disturbances in
tho future had boen convoyod
with crushing emphasis. Accord
ing to tho standards ostablishod
by tho most oivilizod nations,
thon, clemonoy to both tho pri
soners of war and tho political
prisoners became sound public
policy for tbo Government to
adopt. That this is the view of a
great majority of tho most inllu
ontial rosidonts including thoso
whose interests of person and
propei ty wero tho most imperiled
by tho uprising is provod by the
signatures to tho petition for cle
mency which has boen presented
to tho Executive. This petition is
quito mod era to in its pray
ers, asking only clomoncy on
conditions, in tno-it of the
casus, which will make assnr.ince
positive that thoso rolrnsptl from
prison will nevr tinin onter into,
or ally thomsohos, with nuv
movement for tho subverting of
tbo Republic of Hawaii.
Spain hnving virtually horsolf
ricogni.pd tlio Cuban robols as
bolligoients, she will hardly tako
it umifH if othrr tuitions do tho
Cholera figuioa continued to
come from Kn-sia at last foreign
advices. The Czar ought to sond
some of his health officials to
Silferia, and import a sanitary
committoo from Honolulu.
Following tho oxmnplo of Great
Rritain, a now piastio has beon
ifcsned by Franco which, it is
hoped, will roplucu tho Mexican
dollar in Indo-China, just as it
has boen replaced by tho British
dollar in Hongkong and tho
As was anticipated in this
paper, tho labor committee of tho
Plantors' Company has givon an
exhaustive roport, whoso complete
statistics prove tho utter worth
lessnessof the Labor Commission's
report, that simply dabblod in
dotached figuros and dosultory
Thirtoon ladies in waiting to
tho Queon of Korea wero butcher
ed along with thoir mistross. liy
our last mail advicos, direct from
Shanghai, it is loarned that the
Japaneso authorities lnvo made
somo arrests for the massacre An
old resident of Sooul, writing to
tho Shanghai Celestial Emniro,
holds the Japaneso Minister guilty
of connivancy with tho murderers.
Flo says that Japanese inllnonco
in the poninsula is doomod, and
that nothing can revive it.
Much attention is now being
given to tho raising of provender
for stock on tlieso islands. Noarly
all of the piuoapplo raising com
panies on this island have some
ground in grain, to bo cut groon
for forage, besides which luxur
iant patches of alfalfa are to bo
soen. As tho country imported
grain and feed to the value of
$373,449 in 1894, tho importance
of these efforts to raise foddor nt
homo may bo estimatod.
Tnf UFATW PACKED irl J VtRYCL AROEAW)
!ffl! SPEC. A- FOR lnS?J
BOfeTrial will prove their rner"itvV2g!
An easy way to learn loroign
languages by ha id application is
givon in an artiolo olsewhcro.
This may bo a paradoxical way of
putting it, but a collect ono all
the sanio. It is an easy Bystom,
but rcquiroa staying power and
unflagging industry to achieve suc
cess. Tho way Mint Japanoso
domestics in this country, young
und old, aro tackling English
without skilled tutors is ft shining
oxamplo to English-speaking poo
plo who would liko to mastor
Miss Kato Field, according to
an intorviow in tho Advertiser, is
imbued ilh tho idea that tho
labor problem with annexation
could bo s ulv.-d by tin intr.i- i
duction of negro labor from the j
Southern St ties. It is to b" nc
sinned tho thousands of Chinso
in tho islands .it annex. tin-i would
bJ shipped to California, ugiinst
vliiuh then- con u thtn be no im
pediment under the C nstitiittoii
of tho United Stttt-s. Then the
hordes of colored laborer-i from
tho Sjutliorn States, being Ame
rican cit ztns, would hold tho ba
lnnco of power in "tir oloctioiij.
Oh, what sighing th it wiuldbn
thon for the oid d ys f nativo
rule with intelligent loivign co
llcpnlr to tbo Witrrliiion.
Tho Vancouver News-Advertiser
says that tho Canadian- Australian
steamship Warrimoo has beon
thoroughly overhauled since run
nine aground off Ronilla Point
somo throe months ago. Tho ro
pairs nocessury wero much greater
than was at first expected, for over
GO plates and a number of knees
had to bo takon off and straight
ened, and a portion of the framo
which was found to bo seriously
twisted alpo necessitated straight
ening. Tho whole work of repair
cost something liko $125,000 and
took three weoks with a largo
gang of men working uight and
day. Capt. C. E. Bird hue rosum
cd tlio oommaud, and Mr. Law
rence of tho M 10 worn, has taken
Mr. Arundel's position as first
officor of the Warrimoo during
Kcncvoloilt Ncliool filrla.
Sweet charity is moving tho
girls of tho High School to do
what thoy can toward g;ving tho
unfortnnato peoplo on Molokai a
merry Christmas. Thoy aro mak
ing up largo quantities of stuff in
to presonts, a groat portion of
whioh will bo articles of clothing.
Tho example of thoso school girls
might bo follow od by many other
peoplo, as thero is a largo num
ber of persons at tho settlement
who would bd grateful for articles
Ten .IIIiiulc at Halle)'.
A short call at Woven AVuo
liailoy's woll ropiid a Bulletin
reporter the other day. The unique
machiniry in uso thero fir
tho mannficluiu of mattresses
nnd beds is interesting, to say the
least. Mr. Railoy has a wir
weaving npp-.ratus which woaves
n wiro mattress of tho best quality
in loss than an hour. He con
sumes soveral tons of iton oaoh
month in tho manufacturo of iron
bedH and out of oach 3 tons has
about 1500 pounds wasto. Thiu
is a laigo item, so Mr. Bailey, to
prevont loss in that direction, tins
a drilling maohiuo and forgo and
oonvorts tho waste into braces for
tolephoue poles, otc. Excellent
materials aro used in all parts of
the mattresses tinned out by
r OAinry i
ADDRESSED TO THE YOUNG
MAN WHO WANTS
Young man, vou will do
well to wait until you see the
Tribune Tandems, which will
be the unest manufactured,
embodying all the latest im
provements up to 1896. Don't
be deceived into buying a lot
of Stearns "Yellow fellows"
that are back numbers and
were manufactured in 1894
end sold on the western shores
in 189? as up to date, when
they are not. We have reason
to believe and are so informed
by reliable San Francisco agents
that the "Stearns" wheels that
have been imported and placed
on sale here are not of the lat
est pattern, and hence caution
would-be purchasers to look
out for themselves and not be
deceived into buying an anti
One of the largest dealers in
bicycles in the united States
furnishes us with the following
information in regard to the
"Stearns" wheel for publica
tion: "This is a wheel that, owing
to the nice finish and the fact
that they were the first to get
out an adjustable handle bar,
took quite a spurt, but we have
known of many cases where
they have not given satisfac
tion. The writer in October,
1894, bought a "Stearns" wheel
that was badly out of order in
December. He sold it to a
friend of his and it has been
the cause of complaint con
stantly since. At the same
time two "Stearns" ladies'
wheels were purchased, and
they have been a source of ex
pense and annoyance ever
since, until the two ladies own
ing them sold them at a sacri
fice and bought Tribunes, and
they claim that the Tribune
wheel is far superior to the
These facts speak for them
selves. We ask any intending
purchaser to take one of the
Stearns wheels to any first-class
mechanic and have him take it
apart and compare it with the
corresponding features of the
Tribune wheel. We know that
an honest opinion would be
that the Tribune is by far the
"better wheel and hence make
the challenge. ,
We have some Tribune Tan
dems on the way here direct
from the factory. The reason
we did not get them on the
Australia was because they
were not finished. Everybody
remembers Punch's advice to
people about to get married,
which was "Don't." We give
the same advice to those about
to purchase a Stearns tandem
or single wheel. Call and ex
amine the Tribunes; they are
far superior in every respect
and won't eat up your wages
We have ten boys' and girls'
wheels for Christmas, and we
intend to sell every one of
FOR SALE ONLY BY
Tie Hawaiian Hanlwart Co, Ii4
OCT1" fcwrtfcW Jttifa,
oof woattir mrmupK
Ohurch : Lawn
A Lawn Party will bo glcn by the I.adUs'
Aid Society of the M. E. Church
to be held nt
H2LRLELE.H. -i- L&SA7N
On the afternoon and evening of Deo. 6th.
A hoop drill will bo given by some of Miss
Maronl'B pupils at 4 p.m. In the evening,
instrumental nnd vocal music. Thero will
be tables for
Flonora, Candies, Cako nnd
Ico Crenm, Saudwlcbes nud
Cofleo. Alo,n Jnrmncso Booth
for ten nnd wnfprs. IGO-td
of nil kinds.
A. L. MORRIS & CO.,
61 Fort Street Telephone 122
FOE SALE BY
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
ALMA COTTAOE, AT WAIKIKI, 18 TO
Let, furnUlicil, together with a bench lot.
IN l'UHSUANOE OF THE ORDEIt or
Circuit Court, First Circuit of tbo Hawaiian
Islands, I havo this day advertised for sale
tho liarquo Don Adolfo, her boats, tackles,
apparel and furniture at public miction on
Wednesday, the 27tH day of November,
lb'J Id front of tho Station House In Hono
lulu. Ltat of property oifered for enlc:
Uarqne "Don Adolfo," 1 table (oblong),
loIdbofa,2 lamps. 1 easy thair (old), 1
stool, 3 state-room lauipi, I barometer, 1
chronometor, 1 medicino chest, 1 chair, 2
puirs handcuffs, 21 pounds smoking tobac
co, I writing desk nnd coutonts, charts and
Hoxtnnt, 1 mirror, sigual lings, It tins coal
oil, I bolt canvas, patent lo and lino, half
hido (leather) , 2 fou-horus, 2 axc-hnndlcs, 1
coil sizing wire, 2 pounds bees wax, J coil
marline, 2 8-pound lead lines, 2 4-pouud
lead lines, 1 clock, 1 closet nud books, 1
chronometer, 3 tups, 13 dishes, 2 biuall
pitchers, 1 boi tapioca, 2 dozens tins oys
ters, 1 tin coffee, 2 tumblers, knives and
forks and spoons, 4 packages candles, 3
paokages hops, 2 boxes macctroni, 10 tins
cornoil beef, Sold sails (1 upper top-Rails nnd
2 gallant wills), I ton old ropes, i0 pound
brown ochro, n lot of old irons, 2 oompabs
es, 1 4 J Inch hauling liui, 1 bot sails with
running gear, 2 anchors, 2 chains IK) fath
oms each, 2 boats, 3 iron tanks 4xi, "i water
casks (small and largo), 3 baircls family beef,
1 barrel pork. 2 mooring ckalus l.r fathoms
each and anchor, 1 donkey engine nnd geur,
2 side lights, 1 Ua-h light, ! gallons linseed
oil, 4 fi-pound tins coppirpituit, 1 complete
set cargo gear with blocks.
Honolulu, Nov. 21. 1S!)S.
H. It. HITCHCOCK,
1 53-td Deputy Marshal,
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE RE
publle of Hawaii, Clranjr Jack Kun will liae
clmrgo under l'ovtcr of Attorney of oil the
business and ullalm of the firm of Wlntr Mow
Chan. YOUNG CI! EE,
WINO MOW CHAN.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. II, 181)5. 157-2w
STORE TO LET, KING STItEET NEAR
Fort. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
Stable Room To Let.
CINE STADLE BOOM TO LET FROM
I 1 to 3 stalls.
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
IN "ED. WESTMAYER" RERUN UP
14 rl(!ht l'lnno In excellent condition will be
sold cheap. Addribs, X,
ISWf Bulletin Oulce.
FROM S5.00 UP
Laborers for the Planters.
IIAVINO JUST ItETUItNED FROM
Japan, where I huvo uoen in the interests
of tho labor supply fur our plantations, I
am prepared to furnish uny number of lab
orers uuder the only practicable plan yel
as sot forth in tde prospectus of Ogurn k
Co. rcqulns the planters to pay tho psssago
monoy of tin laborer to this place and other
expenses niter an ira I, $23.00 passage money
for each male nnd $20,00 for each femalo.
After iuvthtittioti of the subject I am
satisfied that it is the only pi u by which
laborers can be recruited for this place and
be reasonably muo of oh nining them.
I most respectfully request that jour or
ders bo phicod with mo ns soon as possible
in order to hcouiu tho approval of tho au
thorities here and to euablo mo to have the
laborers recruited quickly.
O. E. HOARDM.N.
102-1 w Agent for Oj-uru k Co
Opening. . . .
At Ml9 CalilU's millinery parlors, Arlington
block, cuinmencliig to-monow
Tuesday, November 25 th,
And continuing Two D.iyi.
Tl e ury latest sljles In j.
LARGE : HATS, : TOQUES,
: GHILDHEN'S HATS. :
t5TAnd a arMy of novelties. lfU-lm
Try Horn's Famous i
i'. JH.UJK.1N ,
No 71, Hotel strott.
: Mrs. Holden :
"Her Hniidrcbsiug nnd Manicuring Far-
lors" to corner of Adams Lano
nud Hotel street.
. . Thanksgiving Day . .
Game called at X :S0.
Admission 25 tents,
On Tuesday, Nov. 26th.
ThB Hospital Flower Sn
ciEty Will glvo an entertainment for the
Eurposeof raising fundi for Free
edit the Queen's Hospital. : ; ;
DANCING, MAGIO LANTERN,
HAWAIIAN BAND, SALE
OF FANCY ARTICLES,
Doon opeu at 7.30 p. m.
lK-td Admission 5U cents.