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Tenders for Supplies.
Ori'IOE OF THE BOAUD OP HlUITH,
Honolulu, Juno 18, 189G.
Sealed Tonders will bo received
at tliiB office until 12 o'clock noon, I
WEDNESDAY, Juno 24, 1890,
forfurnishingthoBnronuof Health j
with Buppliea specified in tho ,
Bchodulos below, for tho period of
six months ending December 31st,
Bids for itoms of ench schedulo '
luiiHt bo nmdo separately, and ench
tender plainly marked, "Touder
for Supplies, Board of Health."
Tho Board of Health does not ,
bind itsoll to accopt tno lowest or
N. B. EMERSON,
President of tho Board of Health.
Material and Supplies for uso
of tho Lepor Settlomont, Molokai,
to bo dolivored f. o. b. island
steamers, in quantities ordered
by Agents of the Board of Health.
Bough N. W. Lumber, per M
'J'onguo & Grooved N.W. 1x0
in. por M feet.
Bodwood Shingles, por M.
Redwood, Surfaced, per M feet.
Bodwood Battens, x3 in. per
Bodwood Pence Postj, each.
Doors, 2x0x6, 1 in. each.
Window Sashes, 10x12 and lOx
14, per pair.
Iron Cut Nnils, lOd basis, por
Boiled Oil, Hubbuck's, psr gal.
White' Lead, Hubbuck's Genu
ine, por lb.
Turpentine, per gal.
Cnmont, White Bros., Portland,
Lime, up to 100 bbls., por bbl.
1'llOVISION'S AND SU1TL1ES.
Rico, No. 1 , up to 500 bags.
Bread, medium (samples to bo
furnished) up to 000 cases.
Flour, host quality, sticks, up
to itfO I'ainls.
Sugar No. 1. raw, up to 150 bags.
linking powder, Soyal, 8 oz. tins,
up to 12 gross.
Salmon, best red, up to 120
Brown soap, (100 pound boxos)
2 lb. bars, up to 200 boxes.
Matches, long card, up to 300
Salt coarse, per ton, up to 500
Korosono oil, up to 200 cases.
Coal, in sacks, up to 20 tons.
Hay and grain to bo delivered
at tho Gnrbnge stables, near cor
ner of South and Queen streets.
Tho tender must be lor weight do
livored at tho stables.
Hay, wheat or oat, up to 150
Bran, up to 150 bngs.
Oats, up to 150 bags.
Supplies for the Oahu Insauo
Asylum to bo delivered in quanti
ties required, and subject to in
spect'on aud approval of tho
Beef, ouo whole foro quarter,
rumps and rounds, up to 150 lbs.
Beef steak, -1 lbs. per day.
Broad, fresh loaves, 900 loaves
Broad Medium, -1 cases por
B-oonis, steamboat or mill, 1
doz. per month.
Baking Powder, Boyal 8 oz.
tins, 2 doz. per month.
Beans Bayo, 100 lbs. por month.
Coffee, greeu Koun, 100 lbs. per
Flour, best quality, 1 bbl. per
Oil Kerosoue, 4 cases por
Onions, per pound, 2 crates per
Potatoes, per lb. 6 bags por
Pork, Extra clear, half barrel
Bico, No. 1 Hawaiian, 700 lbs.
Sugar No. 1 Hawaiian, 500 lbs.
Salt, coarse, 100 lbs. per month.
Salmon, best red, 3 bbls. por
Tea, China Pouohong, 75 lbs.
por month. "
Tomatoes canned, 0 doz. por
Tobacco plug,18 lbs. por month.
Wood Algaroba, 3 cordB per
Hay, Wheat or Oat, half ton
tm4mxkx r"vsrinav t"yT
Middlings, quurtor ton vor
Bran, quurtor ton per month.
OatB, quarter ton per month.
Tenders for the Sale of
Hides and Tallow.
OrnoK of thi: BoAitn or Health,
Honolulu, Juno 18, 1890.
Tenders for purchaBO of Hides
and Tallow from tho Board of
Health for tho poriod of Bix
months ending Decombor 31st,
1890, will be recoived in this office
until 11 o'clock noon, WEDNES
DAY, Juno 24, 1S9G.
Tho Tender must bo for tho
prico por pound for hides and for
tallow dolivored on tho wharf, Ho
nolulu, on woighta approved by nn
Agent of tho Board of Health.
Payments are to be mndo in U. S.
Gold Coin, immediately nftor de
livery of goods.
Tho Board does not bind itself
to accept tho highest or any bid.
N. B. EMERSON,
President of tho Board of Health.
5! Ever?ii?$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
MONDAY, JUNE 22, 189.0.
THE TWO FOURTHS.
For a groat many years Ameri
can lnderendonco Day has by
common consent boon ono of tho
greatost public holidays in tho
Hawaiian calendar. Tho Ameri
can colony has been so numerous,
influential and, it may bo added,
friendly with the pooplo of other
nationalities, that tho Fourth of
July lias been always a groat day
horo for everybody. It could
hardly bo otherwise. When tho
Americans of Honolulu givo up
business aud labor on that day,
tho rest of tho community may as
well shut up shop, as they havo al
wnys done not without every
sign, moreover, of doing so
with tho greatest satisfaction
and cordiality. In celebra
ting their great day tho Amer
icans have invited all their
friends nnd neighbors to join in
tho festivities. Thoy havo oven
purveyed freo refreshments to
thousands of old and young, at
their great central picnics, with
out regard to nationality or color.
And when was thoro ovor seou, in
any Fourth of July program, tho
faintest discrimination in compe
titive sports and games against
pooplo of othor nationalities
Tho day has boon to all intents
and purposes a Hawaiian or
rather a cosmopolitan holiday
without tho aid of statutory sanc
tion. It has for one thing been
tho day for ouo of the semi-annual
competitions of tho Hawaiian
Billo Association. Tho Hawaiian
Government band has always
boen nt tho service of tho Amori
can colobration committee
This year a now factor is intro
duced in tho day, it having been
made a Hawaiian statutory holi
day, in commemoration of tho
proclamation of tho Republic of
Hawaii. As such it will, as a
matter of course, bo honored in
different ways by tho Govornmont
in addition to its official procla
mation as a public holiday. Citi
zens and frionds of the Bopublio
will doubtless bo glad to pay all
duo respect to its natal day.
There aro many Americans,
however, not unfriendly to tho
Ropublio of Hawaii, who
want to soo an oldfaphioned, self
contained celebration, of tho day
as an Amorican festival, puro and
simple, in its management as in
its initiative. They would wol
como pooplo of other nationalities,
as of yore, to a full aud freo par
ticipation in tho festivities, but
do not want any part of tho pro
gram of thoir nation's great day
tacked on tho celebration of an
other country's holiday.
Prior to tho Amorican gonoral
meeting tho Bulletin suggested
that thoro might bo corporation
on tho part of poople who wished
EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 22, 1896.
to make a special colobration of
tho Hawaiian day with tho com
mittee to be' appointed by that
meeting. But it was nover ima
gined that action of tho sort
should hnvo been gono about ex
cepting in a regular way. Sorao
ono duly authorized by tho Ha
waiian Government -should havo
called a mooting, as tho represen
tative of tho United States had
done for tho initiative- of tho
Amorican celebration. Such
meeting could have decided either I
to proviuo separaio events, oui oi
common courtesy not clashing
with those of tho Amorican cele
bration, or to tender thoir assist
ance to tho American committee.
Those attending it would probab
ly not havo gono so far as to nsk
that an important part of tho
American day's program should
hnvo been put under tho head of
tho Hawaiian celebration on a
joint program. It would havo
been enough to havo thoir co
operation recognized, parenthetic
ally as it woro, on tho United
States program for some o tho
events in proportion to the amount
of money contributed on a separ
ate subscription list. No regular
or duly authorized action was
taken, however, and the result
was tho unfortunato unpleasant
ness in theAimrican couitnitteo
caused by springing a privato pro
position for amalgamation of the
two celebrations. Tho Americans
who object to giving up tho gener
ally most popular features of thoir
program to a Hawaiian colobra
tion, and that one proceeding
from no regular organization,
hold rightly that without tho
consent of a general meeting
Amoricans should not yiold thoir
time-honored privilege of making
an exclusive moricau Aday, so far
as thoy are concerned, of thoir
nation's birthday commemoration.
People who drive to tho Hono
lulu Markot complain of a lnck of
hitching posts. It would bo a
public convenience to have them.
The Most Beautiful Women . . .
. . . Aho the IIomelie8l
USE DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR.
Atk Your Grocer For It.
I A Problem . . .
confronting many a busi
ness man, is how best to
reduco an overstock of
certain lines in a givon
Beginning today, ami ending
on Snturdny tho 27th, wo offer
for CASH ONLY:
24 dozen Tea Spoons
at $S per dozen. Begulnr
$12 to S10.
12 dozen Tea Spoons
at $'13.50 per dozen.
Regular S1G to $21.
12 dozen Dessert Forks
from $21.50 to $25 per
dozen. Regular from $28 to
Spoons from $22.50 to
825 Tier dozen. Regular
k from $30 to $35.
I 12 dozen Table Forks
1 from $30 to $35 per
1 dozen. Regular from $40
1 to $50.
1 12 dozen Table Spoons
j from $30 to $37 MO per
I dozen. Begular from $40
I to $55.
1 12 dozen Fgg Spoons
I at $15 per dozen. Rogu
1 lar $21 to $24.
All goods aro of good weight,
and of Gorham sterling ware.
Tho offor Avill hold good ab
solutely for this week only,
positively not another pieco
will bo sold at theso prices, at
this or any othor time.
Absolutely cash only, and no
engraving freo of charge.
Over the purple profile of
the Waianae range the irides
cent gleam of the variegated
after glow suffuses the west
ern sky. A soft breeze blows
over the town, rustling the
foliage embowering thousands
of verandas. Marsden's bats
go forth in quest of beetles,
their uncanny wings fanning
the whiskers of the "free and
independent," as they sit en
joying their post-prandial cigar
and meditating on the Regis
tration Act. Bill Williams puts ;
his number tens on the ladder
and mounts to his eyrie at the
mouth of the peaceful harbor,
where, with a Japanese safety
match he lights the lantern
that warns the mariner against
taking the Miowera's overland
route into the desired haven.
"Let fall the curtain, wheel the
sofa round, and so let peaceful
What a pretty introduction ,
to a novel could be made out
of a Honolulu evening ! The
picture is incomplete, how
ever,without ringing1 in a hand
some parlor lamp. We have
your choice of many varieties
of hanging lamps in the most
artistic styles silver, bamboo,
black iron, porcelain, etc., with
elegant shades. If it's "light
on the subject" you want, you
may just as well have it in
style. The prices will not be
in your way, you cannot get
lower for equal value elsewhere.
Don't bother any more with
that wornout lamp, but treat
your household to a "thing
of beauty" that will shed a
nightly glory over your do
mestic happiness and pleasures.
Some people may have tried
to convince you that the mon
archy of the oil stove has been
abrogated in favor of other in
ventions. Don't .give any
countenance to such a notion.
The oil stove has kept right
ahead with the march of pro
gress, until its improvement
has culminated in the Blue
Flame Oil Stove that we sell.
If we have told any of you
that our stock' was exhausted
and would not be replenished
for some little time, we must
take it back as we do now
gladly. The Monowai agree
ably surprised us with a fresh
lot, and they are now opened
out. None who saw the ex
periments in cookery perform
ed on this stove in our store
recently will need to be in
formed of its superior merits.
Any who did not have that op
portunity are welcome to en
joy satisfactory demonstrations
of the stove's qualities on ap
plication, une ining arjout us
is that we never try to sell
goods on the chance that they
may give satisfaction. We
want our customers to be thor
oughly convinced that they are
getting value for their money
before they part with it. With
the full consciousness that our
business reputation is at stake,
in regard to this as well as to
other standard articles that we
advertise, we unhesitatingly re
commend to you the Blue
Flame Oil Stove.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckels' Bank,
NO 307 FORT STREET.
WB IUIWILII .mJMHIWIBlW'H 'i.rtMHi-u.wjiH
jfatf Arrivals b Ouf
Whito Linon Tablo Damask, good quality.
White Linen Table Covers with Napkin? to matchi
White Linen Bed Sheeting, 90 inch, at $1 50' per yard.
WThito Linen for Pillow Cases, 45 inch, GOc pen-yard.
Fine White Linen, 36 inch, GOc por yard.
lied Table Damask, GOc and 70c per yard.
White Damask Table Covers with .Red Borders, $1.&9
and $1.75 a piece.
Whito Damask Doilies, $1'.50 a dozen.
White Damask Doilies with Red Border 75c and $1.25 a
B. F. Bhlers & Co., Fort Street
imsn Bfegn &&
That Speak for Themselves, Don't Need Any Backing Up.
THE SECRET. Get tho best for the least money.
WHERE? From us.
WHY ? Because wo can do it.
HOW? By buying for cash in large quantities.
YOU, of course, cun get along without us, but we think you'll
iniU ucquumtancc witn us
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
I3ij- Shoo Store.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAYE HONOLULU
FOll THE ABOVE TOUT ON
ITIourtay, June 20ili,
AT 4 O'CLOCK r. m.
Tho undoinignod nro now prepared to
issue Through Tickots (rum this City to oil
points in the Uuitod Btatos.
?"For further particulars regarding
Freight or I'lisssgo, apply to
Wm. G.IRWIN & Co., Ld,
' 330-7t General Agents.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
(At tho Union.)
Ilns just oponed his Bhop ut T. B. Murray's
Curriago Factory nnd will
Shoe Your Horse
At Bottom Figures,
G13 Kort Stroot,
OFFEI13 TO THE LADIES A FINE AS
BOitmeut of French Kid Huttou Hoots, best
quality, in sizes 1 to 8, widths 1) to KKK.
Will hu 6old one-third below cost price,
LLk life Mm wf 5
Wall Michols Ho.
EST" Wo must mnko room for
NEW STOCK to arrivo.
BST When wo do n thing ifs
Buro to bo DONE WELL and
that's tho case with OUR
CLEMtlK UP S4LE
PRICES THAT TALK:
W. & Ditson'a Tonuis Balls,
cut from S5.50 to S1.15 doz.
Spalding's Tonnis Balls, cut
from S5.00 to S3.90 doz.
Spalding's Official Loaguo Balls,
cut from $1.50 to S1.30 each.
Framed Pictures, choice sub
jects, cut from S2.10 to $1.00 each.
750 Boxes Extra Cream Wovo
Noto Paper, out from .50o to ,25
1000 Whito Envolopos, size-P,
cut from $1.35 to $1.00 each.
This 1b No Fako Salo but a
Gemxiuo Cut Prico Salo !
07akG Atlvantaye Of lt
80 DAYS 0MLY
Wall, Nichols Co
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