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BY " AUTHOlllTY.
Tenders will be received at tlio
Attorney General's ollico till 12
o'clock nooa ou Monday, tho S30th
day of November, 1890, for f urn -isliiiif
tho Onhu Prison for ono
year beginning on Tuesday, the
1st day of Uecouiboi, with tho fol
lowing biipplicd tit such times nnd
in Riich quantities as may bo ro
quiro.l. tho Marshal or fluch other
olllcor as ho may deBigunte will
make the requisitions, nnd nil sup
plies will bo subject to his in
Bpuction nnd npprovnl.
Tho contractor will bo required
to furnish suitnblo bond for tho
faithful performance of his eon
tract. All tondors must bo distinctly
tnnrkod "Teudeis for Supplies,
The Attomoy General does not
bind hiiuelt to accept tho lowest
or any bid. W. U. Smith,
Attorney Genornl's ollico, Nov.
Poi, per lb.
Fresh Mont, per lb.
Ilnrd Broad Medium, with case,
Flesh Bread, per loaf.
Salmon, red, per lb.
Tea, por lb.
Coffee, Kotia in bean, per lb.
Bonus, red or pink, por lb.
Potatoes, per lb.
Onions, por lb.
Bice No. 1, per bug of 100 lbs.
Bar Soap, brown, with case, por
Sngar No. 1, per lb.
Milk, por quait.
Blue Denim, Amoskeag 11 oz.,
Brown Doniiu, Amoskeag 11
oz., per yd.
Canvas Nos. 2, 10 and 12, por
Blankets, per pair.
Galvanized Iron Buckets, 13
and 14, per doz.
Yard Blooms, por doz.
Shoes, with buckles on sides,
California "Wheat Huy, large
bales, por ton.
Oats, por ton.
Solo Leather, per lb.
5f)? Euepir Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
F1UDAY, NOV. 27, 1890.
Knowledge of the pnst, with
regnul to tho ell'ecting of import
ant or radical legislation in the
United StntesJbngress, is any
thing buLncoui aging to tho fond
"JT "Jat Mr. McKinloy's election
. il result in bringing about 11a-
,','uiiiiu nnnoxation right oil" tho
reel. In this connection, let tho
Bulletin express its opinion that
tho term used in our constitution
"closer political union" is a
happier ono than "nnnoxation"
implying, ns it does, somewhat of
Jho idon of conquost of tho coun
try aunoxed by tho country to
which it is joined. Such an idea
is obliterated in tho phrnso of
"closer political union," from
which may nlso bo eliminated the
element of abruptness in attaining
tho complete consummation do
sired. Union would signify that
Hawaii becamo an integral part
of tho great Federation with
dignity nud self respect al
together unimpaired. Some
Approach to tho advantages of be
ing n Stato in tho Uuion may bo
attained before tho full mensuro
of that exalted position can pro
bably bo realized. To raise tho cry
of "Annexation or 'nothing !" at
this juncturo would bo supromoly
foolish. As has boon already
argued in this papor, it is oxtromo.
ly doubtful if tho United States
-would auuox theea islands on tho
.request, simply, of tho present
government tho toim is usod in
tho broader sonBe of system nud
its very limited electorate. It is
; held, taking all tho risks of pro
. pheey, that the bulk, or at least n
lespectablo majority, of all tho
olemonts oligiblo for theAineri
can franchiso will bo necessary to
back a requisition from Hawaii
for admission to tho Uuion.
Closor political union can bo
promoted in no bettor wny, pro
bably, thnn by more intimate
commercial relations. A completo
rocipiocal exchange of products
and manufactures, free of duties,
would give a mighty impetus to
tho causo of Hawaiian incorpora
tion into tho Union aB n Stato. It
would display bofore tho oyos of
llawaiiuns tho material advan
tages of having thoir country's
welfaro bound up irrevocably
with that of tho great Bepublic.
Also, it would give tho plauting
fraternity time to bet their house in
order for tho abolitiou of contract
labor. Tho objection may be
raised to any pioposal for widen
tho scope of tho reciprocity
treaty, that the opening of that
subject nt all night imporil oven
tho existence of tho troaty as it
now stands Tins is an objection
thnt should notweigh for a moment.
If there can bo musterod in Con
gress a majority that would knock
Hawaii down for piesuming to
propose on improvement of hor
present relations with tho United
States, then it would bo well for
tho government nud people of
theso islands to meet tho shock
and test tho country's com potency
to exist independently first as lust.
In tho moautimo the campaign on
this side of tho water, on behalf of
the causo of completo union,
should take tho form of systematic
endeavor for reconciling all who
remain unconvinced to tho idea of
Hawaii's manifest destiny.
An articlo from the Iirigatiou
Age elsowhero repiintod advocates
that convict labor should be em
ployed in tho United States for
making and improving roadB in
stead of manufacturing articles in
competition with freo labor. Ha
waii is abend in this matter.
;ooi IMH I'll ALL,.
riin I rum UuruttlB tlio l'uiiulioii In
In spite of tho damp and threat
ening weather, the grand stand at
Makiki ball grounds was well
filled, many Indies being there,
wearing either bull and blue or i
red nnd white colors. Thii enr
ringo enclosnro wns crowded with
vehicles, in which tunny people
watched tho contest on the giidi
rou iu comfort, nnd quito a
crowd of men aud boys with tin
horns and thoir melodious voices
gathorod on ono side of tho field
to oncourngo their favorites.
Tho gamo bogau at about 3:15.
Tho Punahou team took tho ball
and started with it kick off. Ono
of tho Townies got tho ball, but
could not get far before ho was
tackled. During tho firdt
half tho ball was kept
in tho Town team'B territory most
of the time. Several timos tho
TowuieB lost ten yards by one
man playing off-sido.
In the second half the Town
team started tho fun with a kick
off. Tho ball was quickly snatch
ed by a student who carried it
back a distauco iu tho direction
from whence it came. Other
studentB then tried iu turn for
gninB, but failed to udvanco fivo
yards, so tho ball wont to tho
Townies ogniu. One Towny then
ndvunced 25 yards towards tho
Punahou's goal. A drizzling rain
wns then fulling whioh mnde tho
turf slippery. This wns au
ndvantago for tho TowuieB
whon it came to n push, they be
ing the honvior team. Bucking
through thoir opponents' center
wns uow in order with tho Town
boys, and they gained Bteadily.
Tho ball waB nbout two yards
from the Puuahou goal whou tho
Btudouts mudo a solid wall,
through which the Townies failed
to pass. On a fumble tho students
Hooured the ball and carried it it
I flight distance from tho goal.
1 ailing to advauco tho neces
sary fivo yards, tho studonts had
to surrender tho ball to tho oppo
nents. Aftor a short, Bhnrp strug
gle, the Townies scored a touch
down, August Conradt having tho
honor of carrying tho ball ovor
tho line. Tho Townies woro
unsuccessful in kicking for a goal.
Score: Townies 1, Punahou 0.
A kick-olf was again mado
by tho Pupations. After tho ball
was carried back nud forth for n
fow minutes, tho studoutB lost teu
yards by an off side play. Aftor
thifi tho ball waB kept in Punahou
territory until tho liuish, at 5:15.
No onu wub seriously hurt. Men
ou both sides had to lio down
quito ofton on account of having
thoir wind knocked out, but wero
in tho scrimmago again in n fow
seconds. Tho atudonts showed
groat skill and courage through
out, aud tho Townies put up a
, hard, honest gamo. Tho band was
1 stationed in tho grand stand, aud
played nt intervals during tho
fTior.n mi s.
C'ltih Crpn n.
An exciting bont raco took place
i yesterday forenoon botweou tho
Alice M. nnd Stranger of tho
Myrtlo Boat Club. Tho start was
made off tho Marino Bail way, tho
course being round tho Spar buoy
aud back. It was a close contest
to near the Spar, with tho Stran
ger in tho lead, aftor turning
which tho Stranger crow rowed
easily towaids the finish, tho
Alice in. crow nigging in a quar
tor of a mile astoru.
Arriving nt tho boat house, tho
defeated crow mado all sorts of
excuses, but the truth v119 they
"weren't in it." The fact Unit
tho winuing bont is heavier than
tho other only added more glory
for tho crow. Tho crows wero as
Strungor O Sorenson (stroke),
Lylo, Geo. Clarke, L. Scott,
Geo. Mai tin, J. Logau, and V.
Alice M. II. Giles (stroko),
Bert Petrie, W. Thrum, Tom
King, Ed. Pnrip, Sam Lylo, and
Chorlos Crane (coxswain).
Harry Wilder staited tho raco
with n rifle shot, announcing tho
finish in the samo way. Frank
Mclutyre actod as judge.
And healthy bodies nro n fortuno
within tlioinBolves. Money can't
buy them, thieves cau't steal
them, but haviug them, all can
preserve thorn, by drinking
ltaiuier Beer. It'B browed of
finest hops aud malt and is abso
lutely pure. On tap or in bottles
at tho Criterion Saloon.
li Yau Are in
i Meed of a
Time Piece . .
Yon cannot mnke up your
mind whnt kind to cot; it both-
g ers you, becnuso ovory one hns
& au opinion of his own ns to the
j host mnke. Lot us suggest
g something to you.
j "Whon n wntoh is backed by a
H responsible house, money baok
ra ed, so guaranteed that if tho
1 slightest defect is found, your
j monoy is returned, or another
j watch is given in place, should
you worry as to tho kind to gotr"
1 A watch iB mado to keep
I time, tho ono coming tho noar
g est to boing correct is tho ouo
II of most woith. It matters not
it it cost ion uoiinrs or a
Tho matter of expensive
caseB is loft entirely to your
taste and tho length of your
As Agonts for tho high
giado "Elgin" and the medium
pi iced "Wntorbury" both mnkes
of which thoro is nn oudlesB
vnriety, wo nro enabled to offer
nn unusunlly lnrgo assortment
of complete watches, and at
prices far below formor rates.
From '$3.00 Up.
All mado to run, nnd
1 H. F.Wichnaan
NOVEMBER 27, 18'J(5.
!! I.IIIMMKMWMP W1PI.I
TELESCOPE COFFEE POTS,
TEA STRAINERS AND
The Telescope Coffee
Pot is constructed with -an
inner chamber extending one
sixteenth of an inch fiom the
bottom of the Pot, thus pie
venting any possible escape
of the steam and aroma.
The colTee used should be
ground very fine and placed in
the inner chamber. Pour boil
ing water over the coffee,
cover and allow to remain on
the stove six or seven minutes.
When the coffee is made, raise
the inner chamber and fasten
with the set screw to strain.
The clear amber cofTee remains
in the Coffee Pot ready to serve.
The .inner chamber may.be
lifted out if desired.
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE
1. Econoau' It is a cofTee
saver. In a short time it pays
2. By using finely ground
coffee you are enabled to ob
tain every particle of strength
contained in tlie coffee.
3. The cloth being stretched
tightly across the bottom of
the inner chamber to strain
the coffee, making a large flat
surface, the coffee is strained
4. The cloth used on the
inner chamber being adjustable,
it is easy to remove.
5. There is no plnce in the
inner chamber, Coffee Pot or
strainer to collect the sediment
That "may make the coffee
6. There is no reason why
you should not make coffee
exactly alike 3(6 mornings in
the year, without the slightest
7. The coffee will keep hot
longer, because the Coffee Pot
consists of two thicknesses
instead of one.
" 8. You can make one cup of
coffee as well and as satis
factorily as a pot full.
9. The inner chamber may
be removed and washed, and
the clear strained coffee may
be saved for lunch.
10. By not subjecting the
Coffee Pot to extreme heat it
should last a lifetime.
We have these new coffee
pots in one, two, three and
four quart sizes and sell them
at the San Francisco retail price.
We have also a fine line of the
old fashioned earthenware tea
pots and something new in the
shape of improved tea strainers,
which are both ornamental
We have a full line of
kitchen ware in tin and agate.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreokok' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STUfiET.
IWftriU'WlJI IHM11WMII J.J .nr.1.'
That's all wo have to talk about. Wo have Sporting
Shoos mado by specialists; Dress Shoes, Slippers and
Boots for Ladies and Gentlemen designed by artists.
Shoes that fit make pretty feet, all we need caro for
is to keep at the head of the procession and- this wo
nro doing most magnificently by selling as good
shoes as any body else, and selling them for tho most
part at lower prices than tho other fellows.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
52P Exclusive Shoe Dealers. "3
Santa Claus is extremely
fond of rece.vmg letters from
rnn hr.l.ln nilwci I hv rrnnnvnlhr
tho little oiie.s. lie generally
offers a valuable prize of some
kind to well behaved children
and this year ho has notified
Wall, Nichols Co., who are to
act as his agents here, to offer
in his name a beautiful French
doll to tho Honolulu girl or
boy who writes him the most
original letter. Any little one
under ten year3 of ng. may
compete for the doll which is
sure to bo highly prized by
the lucky recipient. Now,
girls, this is your opportunity.
Brush the cobwebs and dust
of puzzling questions out of
your minds and write the old
gentleman a nice letter; some
thing d if lb rent from anything
you have evor written bofore.
You may usk-your-pttpaU an'd '
umuimus now co spell Clie ,
,,,,,, ,. ' J
words but tho thoughts- and
, . , , , , ,
good wishes should bo a 1 your
--.' , .
On honor, now
, . ' . ..,.,,
Letters nny be mailed in tb e
letter box at Wall Nieho Is
voh store oetwecu u veto ck
w oaiumay mimiing, i 0v.
. -.i O..J 1
joui, ana lj o'clock noo' n 0f
December 24th, the day b ef0ro
Tho doll will boon
-tion in one of their larg
windows during the
period. Tho judder
merits of the letter 3 received
will be decided upo; t by repre
sentatives of the j press of
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. ji,
o'iiil 1:45 r. m., arriving in Horn -lulu
at 3:11 and 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Ciaes
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianao 150 1 25
Men and women are butt
ceivi ;fts U) M much
I .. ..... . .
the little tots. Some mothers.
and wives enjoy baubles; others,
of a more useful turn of mind
appreciate something foe she-,
table or tho home generally-'.
We have heard of ladies, whrv
hung up their stockings ex
pecting to find a box of ?on
bons in it on awakening, but
instead wc re gratified to. find
a set of French. China. Wo
do not advise tins, because,
unless- it ia especially strong,
the sfcoc .king is apt' to bo in-
Wo received ex Miowera
an biT -oico of tho finest Royal
Wroar ;ester Ware ever brought
to t his country. Tho cases
waft bo open on Monday and
fclh' j (Tnofls rnnrlr fnr vnnr in.
n 1 O n wi l l
Un the b. G. Wilder, al-
,. ,, , '. nn
most duo, wo havo $5,000
. ,, P . ,
worth of American cut glass,
suitable for everyday use,
,wi . . !
and a now assortment of
Onyx tables and piano lamps
combined.- Also five o'clock
chafing dishes in
And on tlio
Sydney, wo will
invoice of French
China in threo new designs,
Also a number of pieces of
. Wo aro readv for Chrisf.mnc.
Von Holt Building.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Notice is liernhv nivnn li T
have revoked and annulled all
powers of whatsoever nature
heretofore conferred upon A. Kosa
by me, and under which ho has
assumed the management of my
property and tho collection of
moneys duo me. Parties payinc
money to said Bosa for my account
will do so at thoir poril.
WILLIAM jr. BIAHUKA.
Mr. J ayasnraya,
Dealer iu Ceylonoso NowIHch nnil Jewelry
hns nxncil to No. fl flni.,i e.. ". ry'
107 in UHrai-