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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 10, 1895.'
Dr.rAHTMUNT OF VlNANCH, I
HoNOLixr, Dec I), 1SU5. t
Under Article 33. Section 1 of the Consti
tution, It Is required that each member of the
Cabinet eball make an annual report of tlio
transactions within his Department, during
tlio year ending December ."Hit.
The Minister of Finance taken this occasion
to request all those bavin),' claims against the
(lovcrnmentot a monetary nature, to present
them to this office, through the proper De
partments, not later than 12 o'clock noon on
TUESDAY, January I4th. I8U0, after which
date the books of this Department will be
All persons having moneys on account of
tlio GoTcrnmont aro requested to make
their returns promptly, in order Hint thoro
may be no delay iu closing the accounts
for tlio year ending Dccomlier Mt.t, 1893.
S. M. DAMON,
173-12t Minister of Finance.
51 Euepirj Bulletir),
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
TUESDAY - - - DEC. 10, 18U3.
It's for Cuba Unit all the fili
busters headed. The (ires in tho
Hawv.iian nav mny bo banked.
This paper spoils the eapitil of
CVrea thus "Soul" because pa
pns from tlio Oiient ib s. and
tlt-y o iRht to know.
An aitic'o from n California
I riper gives ovil,nco that the
ladybird does its work well, oven
for horticulturists who have littlo
faith iu its eflic.ioy when it is first
Hawaii's labor commissioner
who went to Japan showed on his
return that ho was imbued with
the ido.i thnt Japan was going to
oat all the world up, which is
sharply called down by the Japan
Mail in an article reprintod else
where. An experiment tr'od by Briga
dier Gonoral Wurfield proved that
tho National Guard in San Fran
cisco would bo ready for an
emeigency in throe hours. With
our superior tolophono systom
the citizen soldiery of Honolulu
can be counted on in fifteen
Mr. ltecd of Maine has beon
ohoson as Speaker of tho Houso,
as was expected, and on taking
the chair dolivered one 'of tho
prettiest school examination
speeches th.it was ever uttored.
All tho fault that can be found
with the dolivuranco is that thero
is not a scintilla of eonso in it,
excepting where praiso of Mr.
Itoul can beexptctod from it.
A New York disp.itch, com
menting on an estimate of prob
able work in this Cougioss, says:
"As to the Hawaiian mutter, it is
doubtful whether tho Senate will
concur in the bill which tho
Hiiuso may pass to annex the isl
ands. By joint action tho Monroe
docttine will be interpreted for
theenlightenmont of other nations,
but theio will be u purtieun dill'er
ouco of views as to the working
and iutout of the resolutions."
At a lato meoting of tho Con
gregational Club in San Francis
co, Kov. Wulter Frear, fathorof
Jnstico Froar of the Hawaiian
Supreme Court and formerly pas
tor of Fort-street Church here,
said he thought professional evan
gelists wero prono to look for
ooldnobs in the chinches and to
tiy their warming process anyhow,
whether thoy find the coldness or
not. Mr. Freur will get "Detec
tive" MoEvoy down on him if ho
preaches bucIi lioiosy. Tho grout
"Scotland Yard" man, iu a letter
to the Advertiser, attributes tho
prevailing good order and br ther
ly lnvo in Honolulu to tho
rccout campaign of ICvuuyoliat
Yutmun of Now York, whilo every
body olso knows Unit our blissful
stnto, burring tlio unearthing of a
now rovolution, is duo to tlio re
turn of Mr. MoEvoy. He fright
ened, tho Government into nn
opium oxpodition tho other duy
by boarohing tho bore of tho now
cannon for opium boforo tho ord
nnnco was landed from tho
WlnTH'ft PACIFIC CIMCIIH.
EntTon Bulletin: Last evon
ing I uttendod tho porformanco of
tho company and was astouishod
at its efiloieuoy. I huvo not soen
a good oircus in twenty years.
Chiarini was hero about a decado
ago, and having seon him in tho
full bloom of prosperity in Aus
tralia nnd Now Zealand, I natural
ly hoped for a good exhibition,
but was much disappointed. He
hud too much stock and too littlo
talent. In Wiitli'.- show ovorv-
thing appears, and is minimized,
and there is not a siniplo drone in
the company, and it is fair and
just to say thnt no better ei.tVr
tainmont has boen placed before
our litt'e community, without any
Iu former years? I visited tho
great arenas-of Hough r.l'rico and
Franconf, in Edinburgh, London
and Paris, and ("peaking relative
ly. Wuth will e nip.iit fiMjrably
with those magnificent enter
prises. I VOS pli-tlKi'll to nntico
the prat improvement in the lady
ridel' co-i umes. The sin rt bal
let skirt- were fruitful f accidents,
so tho st-iisible uttm- uw adopted
is good. There i ni'tliing u
father m.d m.'tlni ciiu do hotter
than to take tl eir littlo otiosto f-ee
this exhibition of skill, manliness
i' ml enduranco. J am glad that
Mr. Wirth and ci mpany hnvo so
fir received some icciupoiuc for
An Old Timeh.
mi! cuNM'iutvr msi:s.
more Arret Mkclj-Jto follow llil
In its anxiety to keep pace with
iho llULi.irriN the Star anuouueed
tho arrest of Dr. Frank Under
wood for conspiracy as taking
place at 2:30 p. ra. yestordny,
when the prison register status thut
it took place at 7:20 in the even
ing, hours aftorwards.
J. K. Sheridm, alias "W. J.
Sheridan, was arrested shortly
after 2 o'clock, after the Bulle
tin's forms wero closed for tho
Both men wero arrested for
violating Soction 5 of Act 3 of tho
Provisional Government, known
as tho conspiracy section, and
tho chargo against thorn is simi
lar to that on which Crick. Bush
tind othorfl wero arrested.
Nothing cn b- ascertained at
tho Marshal's office as to tho u.
turo of tho ovidouco ngiinst them,
though it is supposed that Mar
shal Brown is acting on informa
tion furnished by MoEvoy and
others in his omploy.
Both mon were taken before
Judge Perry at 10 o'clock this
morning but the enso wont over
until tomorrow at the request of
During tho morning Consul
General Mills visited them iu
prison and had a long conversa
tion with them, but it is not
known what transpiied.
In spite of the reticence of tho
oilicialB the Bulletin loarnod thnt
at least fivo more alleged con
spirators would be arrested during
the afternoon aim evening.
ed, but thoy aro mon who havo
beon iutiraato with tho two men
already arrested and who havo
beon shadowed by spies for somo
THE LEHUA OFF AGAIN.
MUM, NKAItCIMn IK) It
Velocity llrnvrn lloportetl to llnro
liven Meet, mi Kiinnl-Consiil Wilder
Tho customs' authorities aro
still hunting for tho elusivo
schoonor which has noarly a ton
of opium on board nnd is to bo
known as tho Henrietta when sho
is in Hawaiian wuters. Tho tug
Elou was refittod in a hurry yes
terday ovening and with a fresh
xtnek of provisions nnd coal
aboard left ostonnibly for thoKntiai
coast. It is said she is to go com
pletsly round tho island and make
n inoroumi sourcu oi an nuio
bays or coves in which schooner
m-Riit bo ccnceoied. bho to.ik
along a number of armed guards,
field gun nnd plenty nf ammuni
tion. Ii unsuccessful "ii tho
Ka tin i coast sho wMl make a
Hoaroh iiMiiiid this islai.d boforo
A lopoit reached tliix city yes
terday that "Yolncitj" Drown
had boon seen in I, ill no, Kauai,
uliicli probably nccnunts for tho
suildon departure of tho bohuu
It is known tint three sus
pected parties are lining constant
ly shadowod bore i'i hopes that
H'tnethinK may develop out of
mny uuveiuii uui in
their movements As tuu.il the
customs poople have nothing to
give out to reporters, nnd nre
doubtless woudoring whero the
Bulletin gets so much informa
tion. The recent, visit of Cnnsul
Gonoral Wilder to Seattle nnd
other places on Puget Sound iB
supposed to bo in connection with
this shipment of opium from Van
couver and tho iutormatiou re
ceived by tho authorities horo
duubllcts camo from him.
Collector McStocker still has
hopes of success iu ultim.toly
locating tho opium, but the
general impression is that tho
schooner's valuable cargo has
boon lauded and concealed long
.igo nnd that tho present trip of
tho Lehua will add ono more to
tho number of failures.
i:nrllilluko on llnwull.
Eight shocks of earthquake wero
felt in Kau aud five in Kona. The
vibration was very severe over tho
entire island of Hawaii. No news
has arrived from tho volcano.
Tho first news from that placo
will bo by the W. G. Hall, due to
arrivo next Friday.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
FOU SALE nv
j. 3jt, water;hoi$e.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST,
Cooked .Rolled Oats
Tho original brand.
Different from ami liottor tlmn nuy uthur bruutl,
g)CT" I'orHiilo liy nil I.iu1Ik (liocuis.
FRANK B. PETERSON & CO.,
"THE FREE AD" AND THE
SUPERIORITY OF THE
In our last advertisement in
this column we called atten
tion of the public to the
Stearns wheels which are now
being sold in this city. We
stated without fear of contra
diction that they were back
' numbers, manufactured in 1894
; an(j shipped to the Pacific
Coast as up to date wheels
when they are not. We rei
terate that assertion more for
cibly in this ad. It has not
been denied and cannot be,
and we again caution buyers ,
not to oe deceived witn anti
quated machines which are
represented as containing all
the latest improvements.
An ad of the Stearns agencv
in an afternoon paper, praising
the Tribune wheel and giving
., , j jT t i
" 'l Suu UU-U l, reiUK, iu l
letter written by H. F. Terrill,
the well-known scorclier, con
cerning; the Tribune wheel.
In spite of their assertion to
the contrary, we deny that the
agents of the Stearns wheel
have seen or read the private
letter of Harry F. Terrill to the
Tribune rider here (meaning
Tommy King) but as there is
nothing secret about it we
print the whole of it relating
to bicycles below. If the
Stearns agents can get any
satisfaction out of it they are
more than welcome. Mr. Ter
rill says: "I am riding a
Steam, 16 lbs. Say, Tom, the
Tribune wheel has an awful
food reputation through the
ast. I did not think much
of it before 1 came East.
It is considered one of the best
wheels in the world."
The balance of the letter
refers to private matters but
the Stearns agents may peruse
the whole of it at any time.
The explanation of TerrilPs
riding a Stearns wheel lies in
the fact that he is under con
tract with the manufacturers
to do so, consequently he can
not ride a Tribune although it
is evident he would if he had
In our last advertisement we
asked any intending pur
chaser 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 knew that
an honest opinion would be
that the Tribune is by far the
better wheel and hence made
the challenge. We renew that
challenge and intend to keep it
before the public. It has not
been accepted and it will not
We expect those Tribune
Tandems on the Australia and
if they arrive they will probab
ly be seen in the New Year's
Don't purchase a bicycle of
any kind without first examin
ing the Tribune.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
lit taafiai Mfsre Ct. IU
atov vom1 metemmvt
The mocCM of the year; no audi remark
ably Urge and itcadllr aiutalned attendance
ha ever been recorded by any circus whleh
has visited Honolulu.
Since our opening we have bad
CROWDED AND DELIGHTED AUDIENCES-
The amnacment RolnR pcoplu of Honolulu
and the vicinity are rcpectful'y assured that
tliuy nil! be well repaid (or their Tlslt to
the recherche ENTERTAINMENT
f'ntM tirtattin nnnatiilliiHnn rt art lata artil
viMiipiiajii vviioiviiuiivii ua aikiit hum
1 evccllfntlv trained horses frm a combina
tion of taltnt rarely If ccr seen In one
LAST TIME Or
rivaling at S o'clock,
Anernooti at 3 o'clock
A first (jrmi J chance of programme
And srancl production of the
Sensational Stag Hunt
AND ENGLISH STEEPLECHASE.
And n rcalHtlc. startling and cxcltlnj; pro
duction In which nil tho Company tal.cn p.ul.
Anv lady and ccntlcmnii nie corrilallj Imltcd
to Join our own ueopla in the chase, provid
ing tlicr supply their own horses. A POSN
The season Is limited as arrangements arc
made ahead (or tlio appearance of this talent
id cntorprUc Iu other places.
Prices us utual. Itemed tickets os usual.
ONLII.IIIV STREET, NEW COTTAGE
containing four lurge rooniH, kitclicn nnd
bath room, largo garden with stable and
conch houi-c, poHscssion nt onco. Apply to
W. II. PAIN, ou
lGS-tf C. D. CHASE.
Election of Officers.
AT THE ADJOUn.S'nn.ANNUAL MEET
Ingof the Koil.u.v Sro.ut Comi-asy held on
tlio 2litlilnst. nt tho ollku of t'aslc & Cooke,
tho following e Ulcers weru re-elected toservo
for tho ensuing yeai:
8 C Allen President
II P Itobimoii Vieo President
.1 H Athcrtou Treasurer
V AHowou.... Sccrotnry
O M Cooko Auditor
The above named officers also constitute
the Hoard ot Directors.
W. A. nOYVEN.
107-tf Si c. Kolial.i Sugar Co.
Is proparod to furnish,
4000 Tons -:-
-:- Cane Fertilizer
toorUer for 1800.
ALE GOODS SOLD TO A aUABANTEKD
POHMULA OH ANALYSIS.
Soluble und Available Phosphoric Acid,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
Nitrate of Soda,
Sulphate of l'oUch,
Coral I.lme Stone,
Phosphate and Klslifiuano.
In ' Quantities to Suit.
Orders solicited for a faturo de-
A F. COOKE,
FROM GREAT JAPAN
ELEGANT ORIENTAL ATTRACTIONS.
SIIiK -:- BED -:- SPREADS.
Lovely Lingerie in. Lacquer I
Pictures ou Velvet, Baskota, Cushions, RugH,
nml Bplaahcru in wood shavings
Things You Never Saw Before !
Cropo Hhirt waists 7" cents; walling at 50 per
cent of the original price, m
174-lm Maionlo Building, Alukvu Htrtet.
COTTAGE OP r ItOOMS PARTLY TOR
tiisliod, Kiiitnbto for u doctor's office, or
light house keiping. Inquire of
lGS-tf 27 Alakoa St.
AN "ED. WESTMAYEK" BERLIN UP
rlglit Piano In excellent condition will bo
sold cheap. Address, X,
138-tf Bpllitin Offlcc.
STORE TO LET, KINO STREET NEAtt
Fort. Apply to
Stable Room To Let.
CINE STABLE ROOM TO LET FROM
r 1 to 3 stalls.
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
CINE LACK HORSE, PERFECTLY
I Bound. Apply to
ALMA COTTAGE, AT WAIKIKI. IS TO
Let, furnished, together with a beach lot.
Atr HEAD OF BEEF CATTLE.
T"UU salo iu lots to suit.
Knhukn, Kau, Hawaii.
COTTAGE TO LET.
NEWLY PAINTED, COTTAflECOX-
talnt parlor, two bed rooms, dining
lui'iu, uiiuiieii, pauiry nuu oninroom.
Enqulro L. ADLEU, 13 Xuiianu street.
A LADY'S BRACELET. OWNER CAN
hnvo Hftmo by c.illiug nt thoBcuxTlN ofllco,
fiO!) King street, nnd paying for this oilvcr
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
firm of the late J. T. Waterhouse, for ac
counts owing previous to March 1, 180.1, aro
notified to settle same beforo January 1, 181-0,
at tho olllco of J. T. Waterhouse, Queen St.
A $110 BICYCLE
iwiiniaiw iiiinMUMi iih
Either a ronilstor or n racer, lady's
or gomtlomnn's, suit yourself.
With every ONE DOL
LOll purchase, wo give n
coupon which entitles you
to a chnnce on the
fifty dollars purchnso you
get fifty coupons. With
ono coupon you may get,
tho wheel, but of courso
tho more coupons you
havo tho more chances
J57" The decision and wheel will be given
at our store TUESDAY cenlug, December
ylt, at 8 r. M.
A.unt .bboy. S. V. AQEN18.