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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 15, 1896.
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Tenders For Beef Cattle.
Omcr. or Tin: Uoaiid op Health, )
llosoi.ui.u. September ID, 18J'l
Sealed Ten Jer will bo received at tbls Olllco
Mllitll 18 o'clock noon, Wednesday, September
2:1, l&iwi, for supplying the Leper Settlement
ot Moloknl with (I) flood Uect Cuttle, to
eit;li not Ie than 3.0 lbs. net when dress
oil; nnd () Knt Ilecf Cottle, to bo delivered
nt tbo Leper Settlement nt nn average of
about nlnetj lind per montli, for the period
ot six month emllnc March 3Ut. 1S07.
Tim Tender must bo for the price per
pound dreocd, and not per Iliad, 'tides and
Tftllow In be the property iif thn Hoard.
Hid vliotild bo plilnly mnrked: "Tender
for HccrCnttlo, Leper Settlement."
The Ilonrd doti not bind Itself to accept
Uio lowest or any bid.
WILLIAM 0. SMITH,
President of thu Hoard or Health.
Public Land Notice.
Notice it) hereby rK en Hint sixteen Lots
of Qjvcriiment land In Kiiolic, l'unn, lln
vraii, vill b open for npplienilon on or
aflirilft. in., September 2Ut, ISUfl. nmler
tii proviiloim of the. I nnd Ant ihilS, for
lliglit ol I'mcli.iso Lu.nos uud Cinh licc
liuldH, T'aei?o Lota nro from 00 to ICO ncres
each in urea, mid tiro appraised at value
of Mom 4.0(1 to S7.00 per iiero, bo-'ng
principally yood agricultural land rtuitod to
Al.o on 01 nftcr the sibovc (Lite applica
tions will bo received for nny unocciipied
lots of tl.o old "H'liuPHtoart" hcrie-i.
1'nll p.utiunlnrtt as to any of tlioss Lots
nuy lioolitaiiud nt tlio l'ublio Lund Office,
Ilonoliilil, or from tlio vjrions sub-ngeuts
in wuov (Ustnutii such lots nro nltuated.
J. F. JJUOWN,
t0t-.1t Agent l'ublio Lauds.
5i?? Evei)ii) Bulletin,
DANIKL, LOGAN, Editor.
4.UEBDAY, SEPT. 15,1896.
TliPto nro ituniy growths in
theso islands, fruit-bonriug nnd
food - bonring, whoso brunches,
lotveu, Httilks or husks contain
libra onpftblo o being mnnnfnc
tnrud into various fabric8,cordnge,
thread, oto. All this raw material
now goe to waste when it might
ha m'il to at least bear jnrt of
the exponso of agriculture for the
present marketable products.
Factories to work up this
waste would also create an object
in the raiaiug of exclusively fibre
plants, such as ramie and sisal,
and plants for drugs used in med
icine and the arts, snoh as the
oistor boan, cannigre, etc. Alauu
fai'lining enterpribes in addition
to the creditable ones in wood and
the metals, which have prospered
horo for a long time, have a bettor
ehauco of bring established now
than over beforo.The groat increase
of power from a given nmouut of
fuel, through its conversion into
electricity, has gone far toward
simplifying the problem, and bo
sides there are other motors in
successful uso cheaper than steam.
Complete plants of mnehinery for
extracting the iibro from pinenp
pie, sisal and othr loaves, ramio
tree bark, couoauut hufrks, etc.,
nro now advertised by transatlan
tic manufacturers, together with
machinery for spinning and weav
ing the prepared fibre into all
sorts and grades of cordage and
fnbrics. Why cannot some of tho
surplus Hawaiian capital lying
around idle, or being sent abroad
for investment, be used in estab
lishing factories for developing
both waste and latent agricultural
resources to the fullest extent? Let
some of our active und progressive
spirits make a move in the matter.
Ilegatla Day is established to
oalebrato nothing but the revived
enthusiasm of Honolulu for aqua
tic sports. It will be a novel ox
porionco to have a day of public
amusement puroly for recreation's
B'iko, without any historical study
or reflection being required forita
thorough appreciation. In giving
them the undivided attention of
tho pooplo for ono day in tho
year, aquatics can hardly fail to
bo greatly promoted in interest by
tho now holiday. "What othor
olass of athletic exorcises is moro
worthy of promoting in a mari
time community? Boating and
swimming combiuo elements rec
reativo, utilitarian and humauo in
a degreo that few if any othor
sports do. Thoro is scionco, too,
in aquatics in which tho limit of
progress is not likely to bo at
tained until that time when tho
sea shall bo no more.
Tho letter that introduced tho
lato "Bill Nyo" to tho public gen
erally as a humorist is reprinted
in this issue. It has somo hits
equal to tho host that tho author
wrote later us n professional hu
morist. Japauese postage stamps come
on papers fiom China now, whore
thoro used to bo 1'tench ami ,
Gorman stamps. Tho inscription!! '
are part English.
His friends would rather see tho j
editor of the Star destroying cher- .
ry trees than passing off fiction
IniisIitnllliic'M Second Irlul.
The second charge of selling
liquor without a licenso against
George Houghtailing was tried
Hub morning before Judge do la
Vorgno. The alleged offanso took
placo on Sunday, July 2Uth. Tho
Judgo discharged the defendant,
as the prosecution did not mako
out a good case. Tho third charge
of' selling liquor on August 2Uil
was nolle pros'd.
By order of H. Lose, Esq.,
Assignee of the Bankrupt Es
tate of M. S. Levy, the sale of
Bankrupt Stock is postponed
Until - Further - Notice I
W. S. LUCE,
Sunday Schools for Girls
.... IT THE ....
Convent of the Sacred Hearts.
All Catholic Parents nro kindly requested
to Kond their Cliildr. n oveiy Sunday for
Kollgious Instruction nt tho following
1 For Foroigu Children only lit 9 o'clock
2 For Portuguese nnd Natives nt 11:30
o'clock A m. 103 Iw
For Salo or Lease
House and Iot!
On tlio comer of Victoria anil Green
st i cuts.
Y2T Apply to
Sons of Veterans.
Tho Hosnlnr Monthly Meeting of the
Georgo 0. WilUo Cnmp, Sous of Vo't-raiis,
will bu held in tlio Hull ovnr Wiriirunu'ri
Htoro, Fort btieot, ut 7:30 o'clock THIS
LOUfS F. AleQUEW. Captuin.
G. D. WILSON, Fimt Seigeout.
Drnft No. 175:5 for $54.00 in silver
I Issueii by Haiiaiiiuulii Plantation, Kaitni.
j Drawn upon II. Ilackfeld Ar Co., in
invoroi loKolinmn spocio lsank, Lid.
Power of Attorney.
Mr. Henry Iloliurn will act for mo nmler
powtir of iittornov, during my iiIwoimm from
I tlio Jtopiiblio of Hnwnii.
e. c. winston:
Dated Sept. I), 1SO0. 401 Iw
The Captain, Ownorn-nnd Aleuts of tho
Steamer "Aztoo" will not bo lespoiiEiblo
for liny ilolits conducted bv tho ciow,
This is a presidential elec
tion year and things are red
hot all over the United States.
Even Old Sol himself seems
to have stirred up his internal
fires and put on a few extra
logs, if we may judge by
newspapei accounts of the
terrific heat in Chicago, New
York and other big cities.
The heat engendered by the
discussion of the silver ques
tion and other campaign issues
has caused the political pot to
boil to such an extent that the
lid will blow off and the bot
tom fall out. Republicans are
hot in the collars, the Demo
crats would be if they were
in the habit ol wearing any,
while the Populists, having
got it where the chicken got
the axe, don't need any collars
and have wilted away. This
is about the condition of af
fairs which usually precedes
an election for President in the
But here in little Hawaii
things are not quite so bad
although the silver question
affects a good many of us.
Whether we are getting a por
tion of the hot weather that
Chicago had no further use
for or whether the tail end of
Candidate Bryan's eloquence
has spread over us like a comet
we can't .say, but certain it is
that the weather is distress
There are a number of use
ful articles which we received
by the last "Australia," which
are most suitable for this sea
son of the year. We would
call your attention to a few of
Alaska Ice Chests are
the best made. Cheap, dur
able and good. All sizes.
take the cake, or anything else
you wish to put in them.
They are the leading refrigera
tors of the world and are not
equalled by any other make in
Rubber Hose is a very ne
cessary and useful article in
hot weather. We have just
imported a big lot of 3-4 inch
in 25 and SO foot lengths.
This is the very best No. 1
four ply, and will last you a
Gem Ice Cream Freezers
make glad the hearts of all our
girls, and even the Jap in the
kitchen considers it an honor
to be allowed to turn the
crank. We have them in all
sizes from 1-2 gallon up.
Painted Iron Bath Tubs
are just the thing. We got a
consignment of these on the
"Australia" but they are all
sold. We shall be pleased to
take your orders for future
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockols' Bank,
TTO. 307 FORT STREET.
that wo ore prepared at
all times to do your Copper
Plato Engraving and Printing
on Cauls, Wedding aiiil Socioty
Also, Pino Monogram Em
bossing, Address Dies and
I Stamping in colors or plain.
S Cards from your plate $1.50
t por hundred.
H. F. Wichman,
Don't you need a watch?
One that you nan depend
upon. The kind wo sell.
Wo nro selling Walthams
in a dust proof case for
and fully warrant them in
We sell other makes,
some as low as 5.00,
others as high as 3200.00.
Our stock is so largo, wo
would tako pleasuro in
helping you to a watch at
so low a price your pocket
would not feel the lift.
No pie plates sold, ut
most reliability in every
25 and 50
Just Received ox
"Archer." . .
Every piece of our
4 Ply Hose
Also, a supply of
Oastle & Cooke
7 U L' ' W. B"fc
' s f. m s-'ower
'I t 111 , ,
C Jit M W &slvl slide iiiiik
7 "7 m ('! 1Ia ducts giv
v vh.- m s lmnd we
the best shoeniak.-rs in the world aml'pick what best suits our
, trade and we don't know of anvthinur too good for tho iiponlp.
I of this town.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Biff Khoo Stove.
ft,ri A' SA
..-?t 7. A,'
r- 'iyyV. jc 9
If you oro thinking of getting a
Bioyolk, now is the timo to got
ono whilo they last. This offer of
Eajidlkus at $75.00 is not n out in
price, so don't wait expecting to
seo the prico come any lower. Wo
aro offering 1895 wheels at this
prico and thoro aro but a few left.
This whool is fitted with tho
Great G-. &. .7. Tive
which has proven so satisfactory
in this land of tho
AVo also have a stock of tho 1S96
wheels both ladies and gents which
wo aro offering at a low figure and
on easy terms. Come in and have
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yourself that we aro in tho Bicycle
Stop and think how many Nick
les and .Dimes you might save
had you a wheel. A rido to Wai
kiki is not only a pleasuro but a
sure saving of health and strongth.
You will Hud new vigor by the uso
of muscles never before brought
WHEELS HUT LIST AND D01CT COST TOO
THEIR VALUE IDRHEPA18S.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Oatton, Niki.i. k Co., : : : : : l'roirioloni.
John Kikll, : : : : : i : Kiiierinteuilont.
General Repair Shop!
JOBBING A SPECIALTY
Queon Btiool, bulweon Alakcn
mill lticliunta btieets.
r- . j v .r S ws
iiowledgo of tho
trsnnd their pro
es us the power
tho Inst that's
th ready cash in
can unci do go to-
fllG F'ovt. SStvnot.
By the Transit which arriv
ed on the 4th inst., wo re
ceived 100 Jewel stoves and'
ranges (ono large car load)'
direct from tho factory at
This is our third shipment,.
and we find that wo have
only 4 stoves loft from our'
Tho excellence of those
stoves has already been
proved by tho largo sale, but
wo will name three points:
First. Long life from tho
heavy high grade of iron
which is the same in the $12
stove as in the-$50 ranjje.
Second. Economy i. sue
uso of fuel.
Third. Quick and even
Wo propose leading these
stoves on tho following terms:
When tho stove is delivered
one-third of tho prico is paid
in cash, and tho balance
monthly thereafter in five
If before tho expiration of
tho five months, tho lessee
; wishes to pay off tho balance,
he will be entitled to a dis
count of five par cent, on the
If a customer wints to buy
outright, ho gets five per cent,
discount on tho whole amount.
Jewel stoves and ranges
can be had only of us.
Von Holt Building.
HAS TAKEN TIIE-
Photograph : Gallery,
Oppoaito Loyo'h BaUory on
Nuuanu :- Street,
Where lm will enter immediately into the
woi k of Taking I'icturiB. Mr. heveriu ha?
had yearn of ex erienco at this branch anil
has always met with success in it.
NOTARY PUBLIC aufl TYPEWRITER
Omens 203 Morclmnt street, Campbell
Dlockliuar of J. O. Cartoi's office. l O,
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