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EVENING BULLETIN, XOVEMBElt 20, 1895.
pnwrtnit tuTjUhj wnnn MUk4v it f"rnnrf1grniy
Tenders will be iccolvcil at (lie Attorney
Arneral'a olllce till 12 o'clock noon on MON
DAY, December 2d, 1893, for I urulshlnc; tbe
Daliu I'rlaon for one year beginning from
.Monday, Docember2d, 1895, with tbe follow
tag supplies at inch times and In such ipian
Uties as may be required.
The Marshal or such other ofllcer as he
may designate, will make the requisitions,
jed nil supplies will be subject to bis In
spection and approval.
The amounts set opposite certain Items In
tbe Schedule are the approximate rtqulre
aient per month, but all the supplies are to
So furnished as required b) the Marshal.
The contractor 111 be lequlred to furnish
inltable Loud for the faithful performance of
AH tenders must be dlsllnotl) marked
Tenders for Supplies, O.iliil l'rl'ou."
lliu Attornc (ieneral does not bind hlm
Klf to aicept tbe lowest orany bid.
HKNHY E. COOl'EI!,
Attornej (ieneral, nd Interim.
Mtornr) (.eiural's Olllce, Not. SJ, 1SX.
Pol, rib. (ln.iWU lbs more or less per
Krcfli meat, per lb.
Hard bread, medium, per lb. (niMi cases.)
Bread, Irish 1 lb loaves per loaf.
Salmon, (red), (tj to libit per month.)
Tea, per lb, (In boxes)
Coflee, per lb, (Knna In bean.)
Beans, per lb, (red)
Potatoes, per lb.
Onions, per lb, In crate.
lllcc, No. 1, per lb.
liar soap, (brown) per lb.
Sufjar, No. 2, per lh.
Milk, per quart.
Straw hats, per doz.
Rliie denim fi or. Amoskcag, pcrjurd.
Brown denim. 'J 07. Amoskea, per yard.
Canvas, No 1, (No. 1 rail duck,) pi r) art!
Blankets, per pall.
Kerosene oil, per lase.
(ialvantzid iron buckets, per do., luuud 11
Yar brooms, rattan, per doz.
Shoes, (brogans), per pair.
California wheat bay, lartc bale, per ton.
Oats, (good white oats), per ton.
Sole leather, pir lb.
r.xamiuatlon for Teachers' Primary Cetlfi
cates, -u.lll be held on FltlOAY, January 3d,
ind 8ATUKDAY, January 4, IS'Jfi, at the fol
Jowiiic plans Honolulu, Oaliu; Illlo, Ha
ruli: Ujllnku, Maul; Llhuc, Kauai.
Uv order of tbe Hoard.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
I. O. 3.
Jt Is the Intuition of the Hoard of Kduca
.Ion to open a free nli;lit school for pupils
bocthe skc of 1". The school hours will
V from 7 to U pm. daily, excepts Saturdajs
Mid Sunda)s. Tnc session will commence
January!), 1S!H), at the Fort-street School.
?uplls dextrous of entering should apply at
'he Hoard of Kduiatiou.
The Hoard nould like all teachers who arc
icslrous of teaching In thu night school to
csrnd In their names. From the list so obtain
ed a Dilution will be made.
31y order of the Hoard.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON.
I. C. S.
ALBERT V. GEAIt, Esq., has this day
Seen appointee.' a Notary Public for thu First
Judicial Circuit ot the Hawaiian Inlands.
J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Iuterlor.
Interior ollke, Nov. Si, lv.15. HM-tf
51 Ever?ii7 Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
FRIDAY, NOV. 29, 1805.
Mr. Chamberlain, Secretary of
3tato fur tho Colonies, is giving
all tho cucouragomont he can to
ihe Pacific intercolonial cable.
He has decided to appoint a com
mission lopiesenting Great Bri
tain, Canada and Australia to
proparo dotails and plans on tho
subject. Colonel Spalding will
have to hurry up, or tho British
ers will got first hold of the
through line business.
An opinion has boon rendered
y the Attorney General of Iowa,
to th" (fleet that fraternal in
surance companies come under
llio s.imo laws as general in
juruneo companies. This moans
that they must deposit security
and submit to examination. A
decision of tho Supremo Court in
a case upiii.st the Northwest'-
Legion of Honor is cited to up
hold the opinion. It i& said that
tlio enforcement of tliia rule
uou'd drivu nil or nearly nil of
tho companies iu question out of
Mnpapropnredby the Oannditin
boundary surveyors, nllegod to bo
based on tho treaty of 1825 bo
twoon Groat Britain and Russia,
show that tho buys aud sounds of
Southoast Alaska and tho princi
pal inlots nnd rivers will bo whol
ly in British torritory, whilo a
few outlying islands is all tho tor
ritory thnt tho Canndians will
concodo that the United Statos is
ontitlcd to. This will tuko from
Alaska also a largo portion of
Burners bay, wliero rich gold
mines ure now boinj worked. It
will also put into liritish territory
two of tho largest canneries shu
nt d in Southeast Alaska. Some
of tho American miners arc report
ed as saying that even tinder th
Cimidiiiii claim tho host of tho
gold fields would remain on tho
Any of our pcoplo who con
tomplato a trip to America will
bo intorosted in hearing that a
ratp war has brought tho fares
from Sm Francisco to Pugut
Sound down one-half. They io
S3 for first class and So for second
clns1? pisspngor-f If is ulso of
in'ortst to know that tho overland
ixprr's-' does tho j mrney from San
Fr mcisco to Chicago iu three days.
An investigation of tho wator
supply of San Fiancisco is tho
latest result of tho Honolulu
Lafe Pence, ex-Congressman
from Colorado, lias signed a five
years' contract with ex-Congress-man
Haines to leave politics se
verely alone and attend to busi
ness. As it must be only with
severe labor that a politician can
refrain from politics, tho indon
turo in question may be void as a
breach of tho law prohibiting
contract labor in tho United
Till: AXtLICAN NYXHI.
It Will Clone in rubor Tills After
noon. Tho Anglican Synod, which has
beon in session since Monday, will
comploto its labors this afternoon
at 5 o'clock, when a short session
will be hold for tho purposo of
reading and approving tho
minutes of the entiro mooting.
Tho Synod by a vote of 8 to 4
decided that Thomas Rain Walk
er, Esq. , was not legally elected
a syuodsman of tho Second Con
gregation of tho cathedral.
Probably tho most important
business of tho session was tho
adoption of a motion to appoint u
coramitteo of fivo to investigate
tho conditions which have re
sulted in tho formation of a o
cond congregation at St. Andrew's
Cathedral, with, a view to thoir
final urn-cable disposition and
tho amalgamation of tho two con
gregations in tho noar future.
Tho committee is to consist of one
membor from each of the cathe
dral congrogntions and three from
districts outside of Honolulu, till
of whom are to be appointed by
Much business of importance to
tho diocoso was transacted during
the sossiou, lust night' d meeting
listing until a very lato hour.
Bishop MoKi.n of Japan was in
atteudunco at the mooting during
his stay here.
Hl3fc; lid'a't u. i j- DEUC.'Q"al m DAitiTy I j
ll io" 'f frrffiIl --, .r' . -THOSE OFOIHLP. J
fl'rtS-oneTrial will pro?e the"- ir'l- IB
Shortly boforo the Coptic sailod
ono Chinaman pursuod ttnothor
along the wharf to tho gangway,
calling for poliro as ho ran. As
tho pursuod hud ticket and pass
pott, tho officers of tho law could
do nothing. Tho pursuer had
timo, howovor, to run to tho Cus
tom IIouso and stop tho passport
of tho fugitive, and thou have
him bundled over the sido, by a
ropo ladder, into a boat after the
big Btcamor had swung out.
Captain ITInrac's Lecture,
Tho lecturo by Coptain H. G.
Morso, Into of tho stoamship Ala
raoda, about which thoro has boen
mucli jmblic expectunoy, will t.tko
pl.ico at tho Gnldoit Gate Hull,
t G25 Suttor street on Friday even
ling, Nnvembor '22, tho Sin Krun
I cisco Chronicle s.ivs. Cunt. Mor.so
has sailed tho sea for over fur de-
! oados and is cupublx, if ho relates
but a titlio of his oxpt rionce, of
' giving u del ghtful ontortainmont.
iiirittitit an: wamckk.
A nil I'ltf Other I'olltlotl I'lUoncra
The Council of State on Wed
nesday afternoon finally dec ded
to recommond tho pardons of AV.
II. Ilickard, T. B. "Walker, Eobt-rt
Paluu, Kamaina, Thomas I'oolo,
Aberahtuna and Kauai, mid 1'ies
ideut Dolo has net d in accord
ance with thoir wmhit.. At 0
o'clock yesterday morning Min
ister Cooper, Maiahal Brown and
othors went to Oaliu puson whore
tho pardons were read and tho
prisoners sot at liberty. Both
Itickard and Walker thanked tho
Government for thoir roleaso and
promised fuithor allogianco to it.
Thoro was great disappointment
among the other political prison
ers, most of whom expected to bo
Drifting from JlngolMii.
Tho Londdn Post in an edi
torial congratulating I'rojidout
Cleveland on percoiving tho ro.tl
drift of An.oric.in opinion away
from Jingoism, exprosscs it3
thanks to Senator Lodce and
Senator Chundler for being the
involuutary instruments of elici
ting from tho Now York papors
additional testimony, if any woro
wantod, to tho truth of Ralph
Waldo Emorson's words: "Tho
rolling ocean which intervenes
cannot effaco tho Briton in our
bipod." Tho Post refers to a tole
gram sent by Presidont Clovoland
to ex-Congrossraan Tracoy of Al
bany, approving the Democratic
Stato Plutform, adopted by tho
Syracuse Convention, which con
tained a plank doprecatiug a
public tendoncy to Jingoism.
Au Intcudlui; Vlxltor.
An Englishman calling himsolf
Viscount Richard William Cur
zon reported to tho Chicago po
lico that ho hnd boon robbed of
S133 in a notorious hou-o. Ho
said ho was a sou of Earl Uowo
aud traveling incognito undor tho
name of Bloomfiold. Mis f tthor
gavo him to'0,010, according to his
own account, when lie loft homo.
Uo said ho was going to Sao
I'raiiei-eo aud from thence to
Honolulu. Some think ho is an
impostor in spito of letters he
shows from prominent people.
Tho big Corliss upright engine
in tho cold storago works has had
a successful trial run. It is about
100 horse power and au ologant
piece of machinery. A namesako
of tho superintendent of tho Ha
waiian Electric Co., Mr. Hoffman,
came out from Pennsylvania to
erect tho plant and put it in good
, fnely j opsaj
ADDRESSED TO THE YOUNG
MAN WHO WANTS
Young nun, you will do
well to wait until you see the
Tribune Tandems, which will
bi the finest 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 manulactured in 1894
r.nd 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 thnt
have been imported and placed
uii omc ucie die nut ui inc liii-
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
bicvcles in the llniterl Srnres
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 comolaint con
stantly since. At the same
time two "Stearns" Indies'
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
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 Christinas, and we
intend to sell every one of
FOR SALE ONLY BY
A l.awn Tarty will be (,'hcn by the Ladles'
Aid Society of the M. E. Church
to bo held at
HRRLBLBR -i- LUiSTISI
Ou tlie afternoon and ovoniug o Deo. Oth.
A hoop drill will bo given by oomo of Miss
Moroni's pupils nt 4 p.m. In tho evening,
instrumental nnd vocal music. Thero will
be tables for
EiFAN0Y -:- ARTICLES
Flower, Candid, Cnko aud
Ice Cream, Sandwiches and
Coffco. Also,n Jiipancso Booth
for ten aud wafers. ICO-td
of all kinds.
A. L. MORRIS & CO.,
Cl Fort Street
FOR SALE BY
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
. . . OHOWDEB
Royal Hawaiian Hotel
. Every Sntnrdny oveuing, for
BREAD, PJES and CAKES
Of all kinds.
?" Tho fluent imported confectionery.
'""" Hotel t-tiect, near Fort.
The former plantation otrirc at I'npalkfiu
now lcacd from the OnuiniM Snimr C'limiuny
l OtnuM it Company la now otfcied for
In addition to ttoro and stock there is
a new duelling house ou the pn mImm.
Thu outstanding account anil other assets
will be bold lth Btore or ncparately.
Thc;i)uslnes oilers a fine eaanie for one or
more actlvu men.
:TV'or particulars apply to F. M. Illndt
at 1'apalUou or to
II. AV. SCHMIDT,
Ju.lj.Miee of the Estate ofOtsuki & Co.
Begular Cash Sale.
On Saturday, Nov. 30th,
At 10 o'clock A. !.,
I will soil at public auction at my sales
room, Queen street,
Sacks Oregon Potatoes,
blisses' and Childs Shoes,
Clothing, Pipes, Bad
QuiltB, Furniture, Count
ers, 1 Phaeton, I top
Buggy, etc., etc.
Jas. P. Morgan,
Stable Room To Let.
CINE STA11LE IJOOM TO LKTFKOM'
I 1 to 3 stalls.
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
:- Dr. Russel -:
Oflico, Mnsonio Building.
Hours: :- tl-U am, 3-5 pm. :- Telephone 4S4.
Residence Hawaiian Hotel.
Fino Fresh Frozen
City Meat Market.
IQ-'-tf J. Tinker, Proprietor.
NOTICE IS HEUEHY GIVES THAT THE
undersigned hivo this day formed n part
uershlp under the firm name of "Interna
tional Iron Works," nnd will continue buei.
licss at the old stund on Queun stroet.
l"-lw A. L.TATTEKSON.
Noxt Monday Mornlni;, Doc. 2d.
Wall, jiSpoL? Co.,
Ucpubllc BulhlliiK, - - - - Klni Street.
To our friends and the Rcnerol public: You
are cordially Invited to call and luspect tho
Stationery, ook ami Mmlc Stnro.
Come early and atold the rush. Itrmcmlitr
that our stock Is the laruist and that we arc
the only house in town this season (bar one)
that personally selected their
In New York, thus avoiding any bck date
Kverythlng brand span new.
16.)-3t WALL, NICHOLS COMIMNT.
Ily tho pair.
M. S. LEVY.
ONLII.IIU STREET, KEW COTTAGE
containing four largo rooms, kitchen anil
bath room, large garden with stable and
coach house, possession at once. Apply to
IB5-" 0. D. CHASE.
Latest . i . ,
For the holidays. J
A larjje anil elegant lino of
Iu tho very latest styles.
Lingorie. Small Toques iu felts oud lee
horns. Haudiomo hats for Children.
Arllugtou lllock, , ; Hotel Htuet.