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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 21, 1896.
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Tenders For Drugs and
OKFlfE OF TI1K B.UKD OF HlULTll,
Ho.SOLOMJ, Sept. Ill, 1SU0. f
SonU'd tenders will bo rccoicd nt this
olllco until WEDNESDAY, September
M, 1800, at 3 p. in., for furnishing
(Irnginnd medical supplies to all district
Ooveruiront physicians, hospitals nlid
diapoiisarii'S under contrul of the Board
of Honlth, for tho torm of one year from
Octobur 1st, 1800.
A list of tho drngi and medical sup
plies required can be procured on appli
cation nt this office.. Tho articles to bo
fimi'uhed must lw of the very best
quality only, and hIi iiiM bo up to tho
requirements of tho riiurinacopoela of
tho Un'tcd PtnteH of America, unless
Tho Board does not bind itself to ne
cei t the lnwcntor any bid.
TieMdniit of the Ho ud of Ilrnltli.
5 Euei?i9 Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, SEPT. 21, 189G.
THE NEW HOLIDAY.
Hogatta Day fully justified its
creation by its initial observance.
Its events wore grandly patronized
by tho public, and with a few ex
ceptions well carried out by tho
contestants. Tho date is more
favorable, if tho seasons are norm
al, thau KalakouttDay, November
1G, upon which many famous re
gattas woro hold. Saturday was
porioct in its woathor. Although
tho reporter is precluded from us
ing tho timo-honored phrase, that
"every thine; went oil' without a
hitch," yet lie can say that, after
tho too early unpleas mtness, "all
wont morry as a marriago
b il." The unfortuuato misunder
standing of directions only given
out at tho last moment, by which
the Myrtle's four-oarod shell got
into tho water of tho Healani's
shell, threatened for a time, to
wreck the fair prospects of tho
day. But the littlo uupleasant
iipsh blew over aftor many em
bassies from both clubs had visited
the judges' stand and each other's
houses, allowing all tho succeed
ing events to tho closo to
bo carried through in good time
according to schedule. The
oversight of allowing tho dredg
er to obstruct tho beginning
of tho originally laid down com so
for tho strighlaway race, iu which
the t ml occurred, is uttriuutcd to
the inexperience of tho committee.
It caused nearly an hour's delay
in starting that raco, aUo tho late
ness with which tho crows re
ceived their directions. So long
a timo had elapsed since a regutta
was previously hold in llonolulu
harbor, nt least ono member of
tho committeo should have boon
nn old-timer iu such busi
ness. Still, thoro have been
disputes in regattas before,
and the samo committee
next year, profiting from this ex
perience, will doubtless bo able to
give satisfaction iu every respect.
Regatta Bay may bo decided as
having boon firmly established.
Its season having been well select
ed (jives it permanency ns a fixed
holiday tho third Saturday iu
Soptombor. There being no his
torical associations or political
significance to this holiday, it is a
thoroughly cosmopolitan festival
for tho pleasuro of the entire pop
ulation. No nthlotic sports aro
more peculiarly adapted to Hono
lulu than aquatics, and in no way
can these bo better promoted than
by the institution of Regatta Day.
With the apology that it must
bo consistent with its namo tho
Independent declined to suspend
publication on Regatta Day. Its
uppearanco did not disturb the
pleaBuro of tho public and conse
quently thoro wore no arrosts.
As ti gonoral public holiday, tiu
Arbor or treo-pltuiling day would
bo n dismal failure hero. It was
observed in Honolulu iu Dust
years by treo-plnutiug parties J
from some of tho schools, but, ng ,
tho enso has been olsowhero, tho
public took a very languid inter
est in tho proceedings.
Thoy can play ball moro than a
littlo bit on Mani.
(It I (KIM MAK'II.
Honolulu llHoilH Hip I'nrlllr In the
Thoro was a lively match bo
tween tho Honolulu and Pacifio
clubs iu tho aftornoon of Regatta
Day. As will bo seen by tho
score it was a coutest oE bowlorsi
thoro having boen only threo
caught out iu tho match and two
run out. Ahlo and Thompson's
batting carried the day for tho
Honolulus. Tho P cities follow
ed on, but stumps w-ro drawn be
fore thoy had completed a second
inning. l. V. l'aindloj and T.
A. Simpson woro tho umpires, and
O. H. Whito kept tho score. Sir
Robort Horrou, Messrs. Bright
well, AV. F. Reynolds, W. U.
Baird and other friends of tho
sport lookod on. Following is
HONOLULU onicKivr CLUJI.
A. L. Ahlo, b. Shillitoe 21
W. Thompson, run ont 20
W. L. Stanley, b. Shillitoe 5
D. Shanks, b. Shillitoo 0
A. R. Hatfield, b. Vincent 1
M. Brasch, b. Shillitoe 0
D. Logan, 1. b. w 0
Temple, ct. Hinds, b.Sliillitoo. . G
Dakors, b. Shillitoe 0
Thos. Mageo, b. Vincent 0
Johnson Taylor, not out 0
PACIFIC CIIICKKT CLU11.
G. Reed, b. Hatfield
Jos. Scaulan, runout
O. Whitohead, b. Hatfield . . .
Hinds, ct. Thompson, )
b. Shanks, ' '
H.A.Vincent, b. Hatfield...
II. L. Horbort. b. Hatfield..
J. Lycett, ct. Thompson, )
b. Shank, J
C.R. Shillitoe, b. Shanks...
Wm, Taylor, b. HatGeld...
E. M. Marshall, b. Hatfield.
A. O. Lycott, not out
In tho second inning, of which
the scoro is not given, Marshall
did good battiug and scored heav
ily. Tho rule is that in a ono day
match tho first inning decides.
This match will stimulate prac
tice and 6OIU0 good matches aro
Snlvnlinn Army Ten.
IMJ'OHTANT: There aio very few
things moro hurtful than common
tea. An eminent Euulish doctor
once said: "If tho public gavo up
drinking common tea, tho occupa
tion of ono half of our profession
would be gone." Good tea, how
over, is refreshing and stimulat
ing, and in introducing this arti
cle to tho public,the officers of tho
Salvation Army have taken great
pains to secure a too, which can
with the greatest confidence bo ro
commended as being of the very
highest standard of excellence,
and have decided to soil it at a
prico within tho reach of every
body, and although it will leave
us a very small margiu of profit
indeed, wo aro satisfied, knowing
that what wo sell is sure to oivo
Batisfactiou. Sold in Jib packets.
Memorial Mixturo,English Break
fast, Young Hyson,Japan, Oolong,
Gunpowder, 80c; Auxiliary, 35c.
Telephone 755. H. Cannon, Pa
lama Grocery, opposite Railway
Depot, solo ugent for tho Hawaiian
City CarrmgH Co.. J. rf, Arid,
rado, manager. It you want a
hack with good horse and onre
ful driver ring up l'olophono 118,
; aorner oi Dnrt and Merchant
Urut'tK Hack at nil houis.
If you want to frame anything
in tho very best manner; if you
want your frame to harmouizo
with your picture; if you want tho
best and most tasteful frame in
tho market, go to King Bros.
The Criterion Saloon' is a
pleasunt placo to go to and its
greatest attraction is tho pure,
cold Soattlo beer on draught
thoro. It makes ono's mustache
curly and puts now life into tho
failing consumptive. '
RACINE RICE AND COF
The Racine farm and ware
house fanning mills or dust
less grain and seed cleaners
and separators have achieved a
world-wide reputation. They
are manufactured by the John
son & Field Company whose
twenty years of practical ex
perience in the building of
grain cleaning machinery has
given them a very clear idea
of the requirements of the
trade for grain and seed
cleaners and separators, which
embody the essential points of
durability, large capacity and
The Racine Farm Mill,
for cleaning, grading and sepa
rating all kinds of grain is
superior in all respects to any
other in use. We have recent
ly imported some of these
mills, with screens and trays
especially adapted for lice and
coffee. They are extremely
simple and are worked with
an ordinary crank. We wish
to call attention to the follow
ing essential points in their
First Their largely increas
ed capacity over all other Mills
in cleaning all kinds of Grain
Second The improved plan
of hanging the shoe upon
strap-hinged hangers thus
preventing constant breakage.
Third The manner in which
the drum or head is fastened
to the posts by means of cast
iron half circles and secured to
the posts' by screws, (instead
of cleats mortised into posts
and held by wooden keys)
adding increased strength and
durability to the AiII and
rendering it less liable to
break when shipped in "knock
Fourth The great advan
tage of a Screw to raise or
lower the slide of Hopper, with
ease, in regulating the feed.
Fifth The gearing is all
placed on the inside of Mill,
out of the way.
We are prepared to furnish
these mills at extremely low
prices and invite all rice and
coffee growers to call and see
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STF.ET,
that avo aro prepared at
all times to do your Coppor
Plato Engraving and Printing
on Cauls, Wedding and Society
Also, Fine Monogram Em
bossing, Address Dies and
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plate $1.50
H. F. Wichman,
TORT ST RE 1ST.
Don't you need a watch?
Ono that you can depend
upon. Tho kind wo sell.
We are selling Walthams
in a dust proof case for
and fully warrant them in
Wo sell other makes,
some as low as $5.00,
others as high as $200.00.
Our stock is so large, we
would take pleasure in
helping you to a watch nt
so low a price your pocket
would not feel the lift.
No pio plates sold, ut
most reliability in every
25 and 50
Just Received ex
"Archer." . .
Every piece of our
4 Ply Hose
Also, a supply of
Castle & Cooke
Pm I wf 1 Knowledge is
wll m I w vHw "
it Ml Power Bf.;
'4 if I w ulll an(l our knowledg
v J It Ui ffl WYvii shoo uwikers and
V z CCv lv Kl vl
A.-f.'v hi a m ducts mves us th
' 1$- in eI W " buy the
r-M Mi M $Ju- made, with ready
"-3L ffl Js ' hand wo can and
the best shoemakers in the world and pick whut best suits our
trade and we don't know of anything too good for the people
of this town.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Biqr Shoo Store.
If you aro thinkiug of getting a
Bicycle, now is the time to get
ono while they last. This olior of
Hamuluks at 875.00 is not a cut in
price, so don't wait expecting to
see tho prico come any lower. o
aro offering 1895 wheels at this
prico and thoro aro but a few loft.
This whool is fitted with tho
Great G. & -T. Tiro
which hns proven so satisfactory
in this land of tho
3Vo also have a stock of the 1S9G
wheels both ladies and gonts which
wo aro offering at a low figure and
on easy terms. Como iu and have
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yourself that we aro in the Bicycle
Stop and think how many Nick
les and Dimes you might save
had you a wheel. A ride to "Vni
kiki is not only a ploasuro but a
Buro saving of health and strength.
You will find now vigor by tho use
of mnsclos never before brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AMD DON'T COST YOH
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
L 0. Hall & Son
Oatton, Nikll & Co., : : : i : Proprietors.
John Nikll, : : : : : i : Huperlutoudeut.
General Repair Shop!
JOBBING A SPECIALTY
(Jncon street, between Alaken
mid ltichnrds stroets.
e of the
do iro to
filO TT-ovt S?tvoet.
By tho Transit which arriv
ed on tho 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 wo find that wo have
only 4 stoves loft from our
The excellence of these
stoves has already been
proved by the largo sale, but
wo will name three points:
First. Long lifo from the
heavy high grade of iron
which is the same in the $12
stovo as in tho $50 range.
Second. Economy ir. tne
use of fuel.
Third. Quick and oven
We propose lending these
stoves on tho following terms:
"When tho stovo is dolivored
one-third of tho prico is paid
in cash, and the balance
monthly thereafter in five
If before tho expiration of
tho fivo months, tho lesseo
wishes to pay oft' tho balance, v
ho will bo entitled to a dis
count of five per cent, on the
If a customer wants to buj'
outright, ho gets fivo per cent,
discount on tho whole amount.
Jewel stoves and ranges
can be had only of us.
Von Holt Building.
HAS TAKEN THE
Photograph : Gallery,
Opposite Love's Bakery ou
Nuuanu :- Street,
Whero lie will ontor immediately into tho
work of Taking iJictnreu. Mr. Sevorin has
had yuan of experience at thin branch and
has ulways met with success in it.
MARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Office: 203 Merchunt street, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Carter's offlco. l O.
Box 330. J
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