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Tender will bo lecclvcd at the Attorney
fli'iicnire otllco till 12 o'clock noon on MON
DAY, December 3d. ISM, for f iirnkhliiir tlio
Dahu Vrlson for one year beginning from
Holiday, December 2d, 1S05, with Ilic follow
ing supplies at such times and In such quan
tities at may be required.
The ManOinl or such other olllccr a he
may dcjlun.ite, wilt mako the requisitions,
and all suppllc Will be subject to his ln
jpectlou and appro.il.
The amounts set oppolte certain Hems In
the Schedules are the approximate require
ments per month, but all the supplies arc to
So furnished as required by the Marshal.
The contractor will be required to furnish
suitable bond for the faithful perfonn.incc of
All tender inii't be distinctly marked
"Tenders Inr Supplies, Oaliu 1'rNnn."
The Atlornc) (icneral doc no! bind him
(elf to accipt the limet or nil) bid.
imsiiv e. coornn.
Attorney (Icnenil, ad Interim.
Altornc) iiieral's Olllce, Xu Si', lb'Jj.
Frch meat, per lb.
Hard bread, medium, per lb. (with cases.)
Hiead, fn-'h 1 ll loaes, per loaf.
Salmon, (red), (i! to bbls per month.)
Tea, per lb, (In hui-)
Collet.-, per lb, (Kona In beau.)
Hems, per lli, (rid)
l'otatocs, per lb.
Onions, per lb, In crate.
Klce, No. 1, per lb.
liar soap, (brown) per lb.
Snirar, No. 2, per lb.
Milk, per quart,
Straw hats, per do.
Utue denim '.i o. Atuoskcai:, per)ard.
Brown duilm. U 07. Atnosknii.-, per)nrd.
Canv.c, No. I, (No. 1 fall duck,) pcr)rd
blanket, per iuii.
Kenncne oil, per ease,
(laluiilzcd Iron bucket, perdoz. 13 and II
Yar brooms, rattan, per do.
Shoes, (brojrans), per pair.
Ualifomla wheat hay, larue bale, per ton.
Oats, (u'ood white oats), per ton.
Sole leather, per lb.
Examination for Teachers' I'rlmary Cetlfi
satwt, will be held on KltlDAY, January 3d,
nd SATUUDAY, January 4, lSOO, at the fol
lowing places: Honolulu, OjIiu; Hllo, Ha
vall; Wulliiku, Maul; Llhac, Kauai.
Uy order of the Hoard.
AI.ATAV T. ATKINSON,
101-lw I. G. S.
It Is the Inttntlon of the Hoard of Educa
tion to open a I'rcc nlxlit school for pupils
ibowthe nge of l.'i. The celiool hours will
be from T to t pm. dally, excepts Saturdays
ind Sunda). Tne eoslmi will commence
January 0, 15, at the Kurt-street School.
?uplls deslious of entering should apply at
the Hoard of Education.
The Hoard would like all teachers who arc
leslrous of teaching In the nlirut school to
lend lu their names. From the list so obtain
id u selection will be made.
lly older ol the Hoard.
AI.ATAU T. ATKINSON.
5 Euepip Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
SATURDAY - - NOV. 30, 1895.
Whilo tho Bulletin rrgrots very
much tho cliscrimiinition shonu
by tho Council of Stito niinst
fo.ir of tho inis mors that tho Kx
3C.it' vo was williug to pardon, wo
3hall not upbraid that body for
its at uv?nnt uiiospluitiod action
in tho inutt-r. Wo aro conlidt'iit
that tho members of tho Council
"will bo m.ulo awaro of a fooling
among tlifir beat friends in tho
community which will induco
them to take an oarly oppoitunity
of roleafiing all of tho remaining
prisoners who are ready to pro
viso an abandonmont of every
ma of opposition to the Ropub
lio. There aro loud complaints
beard over the attempt to largoly
iucrojso taxation through tho
raising of valuations arbitrarily
by tho .Assossor. One instanoe
eomuioutod upon is the adding of
I33.0C0 to tho valuation of the
tCauipboll block on Tort and
Merchant stroets. The building
has received a fresh coat of paint
since last year's valuation, but
that has hardly onhancod its
actual value to the ex tout of tho
Assessor's appraisomjnt. An
other iiibtmico is that of iho ex
Queon'a property, which has boon
raised .130,000. There is no such
incronbo in tLe i mi! cs,t-
market as this raise would
indicate. Other taxpayers have
hnd their sworn valuations
of personal property raised onor
tnously in tho Tax Assessor's
oflico, Somo of tho inoroasos
have beon disallowed by the Tux
Appoal Board. If tho Qovcm
mout needed an inoreaso of rov
ouuc, as it undoubtedly did, when
tho Lngislaturo was in session, it
ought to havo devisod an equublo
incroaso of taxation. Iucieauiiig
tho )iorconingo of taxes is legiti
mate, but not so the arbitrary
piling on of valuation.
Lord Salisbury in a roceut pub
lic Address road a letter from the
Snltiii of Tnikny, in which tho
writer complaiued tuut injustice
hnd beoij d .110 tj him by romai-Ks
of tho British Premier. Ho said
it was nn txcej tionnl case where
tho reading of a diplomatic com
tnusiicatioti to u public meeting
was appropriate. Tho Promier
d d not "talk back" to the Sultan
on this ocoasioti, further than to
express his opinion iu effect thul,
had tho Sultan tiio bonrCt of
better advisers, his government
might be loss an object of criti
cism and concern to other na
tions. A colony i'f Iridium ti near Ot
tawa, the capital of Camilla, 10
fused to pay tixes for years. This
year an armed foice was sent to
collect tho tribute mouoy, and
the delinquent inhabitants paid
up. They hnd always said they
left Ireland to escapo taxes and
would not pay thorn in Canada.
Perhaps they expected to escapo
death as well iu Canndn.
It is said that the reason some
of tho ptibouois loci.iiiUioiidotl fur
pardon were refused it by tho
Council was that they had not
consented to ask f. r the boon un
til strongly urged by their friends.
Perhaps, if this was tho caso with
them, they were harboring hopes
that, sinco so many had been re
leased before, the Government
would very soon of its own uccord
open tho prison doors to them
likewise It is to bo hoped that
they will beforo long, without uny
outsido solicitation, follow the
Gxamplo of Messrs. Ilickard and
Walkor, so that thoy may bo re
stored to thoir families.
Till: ANGLICAN SY.NOI).
Editok Bulletin Will you
allow mo spuco to contradict the
articlo appearing in the P. C. A.
of this morning's dato under the
bonding "Couldn't turn him out?'1
An articlo of so misleading a
character can not be allowed to
puss without protest. Whoever
is losponsiblo l'or it has placed
himsolf on record as hostilo to tho
peace and well being of tho church
which all her truo hourted sons
are now noeking Misrepresenta
tion could not go natch further
than it does in that article. J
will not enter into it. Newspaper
controversy is not tho way to set
tle our differences. "Wo havo re
solvod upon a committee. Let us
strengthen its bauds to accomplish
tho purposo for which it has boon
resotted to. V. H. Kitcat.
St. Andrew's Cathedral, St.
Andrew's day, 1893.
! I I
If you feel out of sorts, call at
iho Criterion and try our refresh
ing Seattle Beor on draught.
VIEW OV MIS' iii:i,i.
K011I1U II' Uonien Slioitld be. Ulvcu Mm
Silllritjfn Without Their
The following extracts are from
nn interview with Miss Field in
the San Froncisco Call:
Miss Field was to have started
somo timo ago, but has boen do
layod by tho cholora roports. Be
foro leaving Chicago she rescued
the fort ot John Brown, which
bad boen brought from Harpers
Forry to that city by some specu
lators, socured land noar its ori
ginal sito and provided for its
truusportutiou und raised $1000
to cover tho expense of putting it
"l'lioro is about .foUU moro re-
..! .1 1 T ..!. !L -
H'li-i-n, -ii'i j. iii.ij iikk iii 111 some
of the good people of this City,"
anno X'luut w is in 1 ta.'i i
tho late political campaign.
llnim iMIM, lw fWLUr.'.i.l t.-tl.u Knnlrtii '
-....',V.I....-.v. OVJ,1',, fc. 1,1. ULIIlUJl!
slio s.iid, "for br"iiiiig up I he
Liberal party, which th -v did be
cause they felt so suto of hui:cu.i.
1 was lent? oppneed to tho uilmis
sinii ofUt-ih but t.hrro is 0110
vrrv hopeful ign, Hint that is th.
way in which iho yuiitig Aloim ns
assert their indopoudoneo of tho
church in politics. That specta
cle - uj'i-i 'j.'iioin '-ji iltt future
of Hid Suilu. lliuio is awry
bitter fooling between tho Diuio
ci'i tic mill lixpub kvn Mormons.
In fact it is as hitter us was that
bi.twi.-i-.il tho Mormons und Gen
Miss Field doos not believe
that women aro showing a groat
desire for the suffrage "1 do
not sso why they should bo given
it until thoy show that they want
it. You can scu by Urn loturns
how inactive thoy were in Massa
chusetts in tho lato elections.
Only 20,000 women voted and yet
thore ore GO.00O moro women than
won iu ILi bmtti und they could
run tho whole Stato government
if they ohoso.
"Womon aro not sufficiently
enlightened 011 f,ho subject to
want btiflrago, and I am not so
auro thnt it is wise to give anv-
body anything unless they shew
adosiro for it. Tney wouhl be
just like deadheads who always
growl. Thoy novel appreciate
what they got, whilo those who
pay thoir way Hit out tho show,
and geueiuli iiko it. I believe
iu tho justice of women's suffrage.
i believe they havo as much right
to it as men, und I do not agree
with Bishop Doano'a articlo iu
tho North American Roviow that
ovorything will go to tho 'domni
tion bow-wows.' I don't find that
vok:,. . i. Wj -umiy j.ud Colorado
aro a bit different from women in
tho Stitos where thoy have no
"In Utah there was an amazing
amount of consideration shown
to women in tho late campaign.
Thore was tally all ovor tho placo
until tho Supreme Court doculod
that thoy could not vote untill
Utah becamo a Stato. So I don't
anticipate any bnrriblo results
wlien it comes, nor do 1 expoot it
to bring about the millennium.
"Women want somo small dis
sipation. Thoy want to get away
from the humdrum oxistouco they
lead. Mon havo their clubs and
political meetings and such things
to give spice to their lives, but
do not appreciate the narrowness
of tho cirolo in which women
movo. When womon havo such
serious things as polities to in
terest them thoy will drop a great
deal that is trifling. If an thing
iu tho world could reduce tho
number of hours women devote
to shopping what a blessing it
would bo' There aro no gadders
on oarth like American women.
If they guddod to some purpose
if they took up fino cooking or es
thetic dressing, for instance, it
would bo diflorent.
"Women aro not saints, and
will make mistakes, but politics
will be a good education for them.
They will bo devoloped and im
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled. Oats
Tho original brand.
Ditlorcnt Irom mill liettor tunn nuy other brouil.
CSST- 1'iir Biilo liy nil Lending (lipcers.
FRANK B. PETERSON & CO.,
S. F. AGENTS.
ADDRESSED TO THE YOUNG
MAN WHO WANTS
Young nian, you will do
well to wait until you see the
Tribune Tandems, which will
tli? finest manufactured,
embodying all the latest im
provements ud to 1896. Don't
! be deceived into buying a lot
or btearns renow reuows
that are back numbers and
were manufactured 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 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. I lie writer in Uctober.
I .004 hnnirliH "SiMms" wrwl
I , V' ,gllJ, it,earns w
that was Sadly 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
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
tf Hawaiian Hudnn ft. I&
Opg If H111A1H'
Ghurcfi : Lawn
Al.nwn Party will be clun by the Ladles'
Aid Society of the M. K. Church
to bo held at
HAALELEU -1- LaffiTN
Oa the afternoon anil OTenlng ot Deo. 6th.
A hoop drill will bo given by oomoof Miss
Mnronl'H pupils at 4 p.m. In the ovening,
instrumental anil vocal mimic. There will
bo tables for
Flowers, Candles, Cako and
Ico Cream, Snndwlches and
Cofft'o. Also, n Jupaucso Booth
for tea and wofern. 100-til
of all kinds.
A. L. MORRIS & CO.,
51 Fort Strcot Tclenhono 422
FOR SALE 13Y
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Every Snturday evening, for
BREA3I, PIES and CAKES
Of all kinds.
i335 Tlio finehl imported confectionery.
HM-tf Hotel street, near Fort.
OXI.II.IIU STltlXT, NEW COTTAOK
containing four large looum, kitchen und
bath room, lurgo garden with btuble and
coach house, possession at once. Apply to
W. II. l'AIX, OK
iii'-tf c. d. chasi:.
For tlio holidays.
A largo and elegant line of
B3 Hats ! ED
Iii tho very latest styles.
Lingerie. Small Toques in felts and leg.
horns, llaudiomu hats for Children.
Arlington Block, t : Hotel Strcot.
Dr. W. L. Moore
Special attention gen to diseases of thu
eje and ear.
Olllco hours j I" l; "'"
I - to i pm.
Waiuuuc-uuo Avo. near Court IIouso, 103-tf
iw4 " I
WALL, - NICHOLS
Toys of every descrip
tion, fancy bnskotsnnd
boxes, beautiful de
signs in ink stands,
booklets nnd cnlondnrs
for 1806, first assort
ment in Honolulu.
New stones by stand
ard authors in sets or
single volumes, juv
onilo works for boys
Exclusive agents for
self - playing Kegiua
music box, plays over
1000 tunes, Symphony
organs, an improve
ment on the vEolian,
and musical instru
ments of every des
cription. R?" NoTirr.: This immenso stock was
piTKonnlly selected by Mr. Xic-hol In tl)
hat, and is entirely new, no shelf worn
goodn, and prices are reasonable.
The O. Jl. & 8. N. Co.'s
S S Mount Lebanon
3500 tons, Hendry, master, will bo duo at
Honolulu from Portland, O,,
on or about
And will have immediate dispatch for alio vo
VtT Tor freight and piisBacjo npply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Limited.
lG''-td Geueral Agents.
Building and Lotm AociaJion
Tho rcRulur monthly mooting
will bo hold nt tlio Chambor of
Comindco on MONDAY EVEN
ING. December 2, 1895, nt 7:30
KjCl'aymonts aro required in
A. V. GEAIt,
Stable Room To Let.
CINE STABLE ROOM TO LET FKOM
T 1 to 3 stalls.
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
Fine Fresh Frozen
City Meat Market.
10-tf J. Tinltor, Proprietor.
NOTICE IS IlEHUilY OIVEN TIIATTIIE
undesigned li-ivo this day foruiod a part
nership under lliu firm name of "Interna
tional Iron Woiks," and will contiuuo busi
ness at the old bland on Qucun street,
10j-lw A. L. 1'ATTEllSON.