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Vol.. TI. No. 490.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 189(5.
Prick 5 Cknts.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published wvtry day eicopt Sunday ut
210 Klitr .tTTt, Uonolnlu, H. I.
SUItSt lMPTION KATES.
Por Month, kny1uro in tho Hn-
wnllnn tr'nii'lo , 7."
Per Year a )
Por Year, postpaid to Ajnulc i
Gnnnd!, r Mexico tnti
Per Year, pnt(p 1, other Foreign .
Onuntnxj 13 00
Payable lnviii-liiblv In Advance
Tolophonn Wl P. O. Box 8P,
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
.Tendcvs For Supplies.
Office of tb" Joird of Health,
Jvi:i!u, Deo. 19, 180G.
Sealed '"' do a will be received
at thin tLca .il 12 o'clock noon,
WEDNFH1MY, December 23,
189G, for furti)nitjg tkj.Burenu of
Hunlth with supplies specified iu
thoschednh s I -low, for the period
of six mouths ending Juno 30,
Bits for items of each schedule
must bo ninrto pparatcly, and each
tender should bo plainly marked,
"renders for Supplies, Board of
Tho Board of Health does not
bind itself to accept tho lowest or
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Piesident of tho Hoard of Health.
Material nud Suppli.s for uso
of Iho Leper Settlement, Molokai,
to be delivered iu quantities or
dered by Amenta of the Board of
Health, f. o. b. Island bteamers.
llonli ' W Lumber, por M.
Tongue mid Ci moved N. W. 1x0,
Bed wood Shingles, per M.
Redwood Surfaced, per M.
Bedwood Battous, ix3 in., per
Bedwood Fonco Posts, oach.
Doors, 2GxG 11 in., each.
"Window ,'m. lies, 10x12 and
10x1-1, por pair.
Iron Cut Nuilo, lOd basis, per
boiled Oil, Hubbuek's, per gal.
Wh to lead, Hubbuck's Genuine,
Tui pontine. 'pi unllnii.
Com. nt, Vi" .z., jL'u.iiiind,
Limn, por barrel.
Gnlvnuized iron piping, i, and
1 in., per foot.
FliOVISIOXH AND SUPPLIES.
Bico No. 1, up to 500 bags.
Biead, medium samples to bo
furnished 2 p to GOO cabos.
Flout, best quality, J sucks, up
to 250 barrels.
Sugar No. 1, raw, up to 150 bags.
. BakiugPowdor, Boyal,4-oz.tius,
up to 12 gross.
Salmon, bebt red, up to 120 bar
rels. Brown Soap 100 lb boxes, 2-lb
bars, up to 300 boxo3.
Matches, long card, up to 300
Salt, coarse, per ton, up to 500
Koro3ono Oil, up to 200 cases.
Coal, Departure Bay, in sacks,
up to 20 tons.
nay and Grain to bo delivered
at tho Gaibago Stablos, near oor
uor of South and Quoen streets.
Tho tender must bo for weight
delivered at tho Stables.
Hay, Wheat or Oat, up to 150
Bran, up to 150 bags.
Oats, up to 150 bugs.
Supplies for tho Oahu insane
Asylum to bo dolivorod in quanti
ties required, and subject to in
speotion aud approval of tho
Beef, Ono Foro-qaarler, Rumps
and Rounds, in quantities to suit,
(Seefstoak, iu quantities to suit,
Bread, Frohh, 28 loaves por
Broad, Medium, 4 cases per
Beans, Dayo, por 100 pounds.
Halting Powder, 8-oz. tins, por
Bran, ton per month.
HrooniH, Steamboat or Mill, 1
do, per mouth.
Coir.'O, Greon Koua, 100 pounds
Flour, Pest Quality, in sacks,
Middlings, ton per month.
Oats. $ toil por mouth.
Onions, per pound.
Potatoes Island por pouud.
Pork, Extra Clear, J bbl per
Bico, No. 1 Hawaiian, por 100
Salmon, Best Bed, 3 bbls per
Salt, Coarso, 100 lbs per mouth.
Sugar, No. 1, Baw, 600 lbs per
Tea, China Pouchong, 1 box
per month. i .
Tomatoes, Canned, 33 cases per
Wood, Algoroba, 3 cords per
Tenders for the Purchase
of Hides and Tallow.
OFnoK of thf, BoAnn of Health,
Honolulu, December 19, 189G.
Tondors for purchase of Hides
and Tallow from tho Board of
H imi I th for tho period of six
months, onding June 30 1897, will
bo received ct tins office until
12 o'clock noon, WEDNESDAY,
D'-combor 23, 189G.
Tho Tender must bo for tho
prico por pound for Hides and
fr Tallow delivered on tho wharf,
Honolulu, on weights approved
by in Agont of tho Board of
Hoilth. Pulmonis aro to bo made
in Q S Gold Coin, immediately
ufNr de-livory ol goods.
Too Doaid does not bind itself
to accept tho h ghest or any bid.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Piosidont of tho Hoard of Health.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
Sala of Leases cf Goycrnmeiit Lands
On Wednesday. Dec. 23. 189G,
at front eutruueu of Judiciary
iillilHlnir. H..rmliiln t 1 ..'nl,.,.'l-
n.,(.n, will be sold (ho following
Le.hesnf Government Lands:
1st Givornmout tiaot iu Ka
m i ee and VniliM, Hilo, Hawa"',
lying botueon tho main road and
finest lino, consisting of cuno and
pusturo land formerly under Ih.iho
to the I liikaln.il Plantation Co
Aieu 43.") j.eros mora or less.
Town 21 yoirs. U,)St rental
1000 puyuhle somi-annu iliy i'i
TIid Government reserves tho
right to take at any timo with
reasonable notice arid without
cmnponbiitioD, except for improve
ments tukon, any poilion of tho
above promises wlrch may bo re
quired for construction of now
roads or improving or uhiuigii g
of old ones, and to take from such
promisou soil, rock or gravel as
may bo necessary for tho con
striction or improvomont of such
2nd Portion of tho Govern
ment land of Kahci, Kohalu, bo
ginning in tho vicinity of tho
G ivorninont road to Honoipo, and
extending niaukti to tho proposed
now road from Kohala to Wai
men, containing a total nrea of
455 aorrs, a little more or les3.
Term of lonso 5 years from No
vombor 13th, 1897. Upsot rental
$925 a year payable somi annu
ally in advauae.
3rd Portion of tho land of
Kahoi, Kohhln, botwoou tho Gov
ernment road to Honoipo and the
soa, containing an area of 86
acres, more or los. Term Fivo
yearn from November 13th, 1897.
Upset rontul S100 00 por an
num, payablo semi-annually in
4th Tho Government tract in
Hamakuu, Hawaii, lying botweon
lands of Kaali and ICaiwiki, and
extending mauka from tho Gov
ernment road to n'ew settlement
IoIb. Area 390 nores moro or
lees. Term Fivo years. Rental
pr annum UpHot H00, p.iyablo
somi-annually in advance.
5lh Virions small Shrimp
Ponds and W-lur Holea aitualo
on tho land of Knwaipnpa, Hana.
Maui, bjlow the Govcrnmont ro .d.
Term 15 yonis. Upset rental
$25.00 payablo early in advance
Plane, of tho above may bo neun
at tho Pubho Lands Office, whoro
furthor particulars cm bo ob
tained. (Signed) J. F. BROWS,
Agont of Public L.inds
Dated November 25th, 1890.
Sealed tenders will bo recoivod
at tho Foreign Ollico until Wed
nesday, December 30th, 1890, at
12 o'clock noon, for furnishing to
tho Commissary Department of
tho Natioual Guard of Hawaii, tho
following supplied for tho town of
twelve months from January 1st,
Buttor, California kit, per lb.
up to 4,000 IDs.
Bacon, por lb. np to 2,000 lbs.
Bread, whil and brown, per
loaf, up to 25,000 loaves.
Beef bteaks, Round, per lb. up
to 18,000 lbs.
Beef, rib-roasts, por lb. up to
Beef, corned, per lb. up to 0,000
Beef, hearts, each, up to 2,000
Beef, livers, each, up to 2,000
Beef, tripod, each, up to 3,000
Coffee, grt'eu, Inland, por lb. up
to 4,500 Uk.
Efe'gH, h.-n, pei do., up to 2,500
Ham, per lb., up to 3,000 lbn.
Milk, per gallon, up to 4,000
Mutton, per can. ass, up to 3,000
Potatoes, per lb., up to 50,000
Tea, Powchoug, per lb., up to
Bids must bo nuido for oach
Allsupplies must bo of first-class
quality and be delivered at the
Barracks of tho Natioual Guard
of Hawaii in such quantities as
limy be requiied from timo to
time, Hiibject to the iuspeotion of
the Co!uiti-ary OJIicers.
All tei.deis must bo oudorsed
"J'omlers Tor Commissary Sup
Tho Minister of Foreign Affairs
does not bind hiuihelf to accept
tho lowest o"- any bid.
WM. O. SMITH,
Minister of Foreign Affairs ad
Foreign Cflico, Doc. 22, 189G.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Will relievo tho most dis
tressing cough, soothe
the inllamed membrane.
loosen tho phlegm, and
hiduco refreshing sleep.
Por tho euro of Croup,
"Whooping Cough, Soro
Throat, and all tho pul
monary troubles to which
tho vounir are so liable.
there is no other remedy so efCect-
Gsl-J Midi's a thj World's Chief Expnsi'.lcns.
OSr Tlio nninr, AycrV .hnrry lVttonil,
Is pronihu'iil on tliu wrnimvi mul li lilown
ta (lie ijliis nl uarli liuitlu T .ko mi vlieup
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Afjeuta fortbo Ropublio of Hawaii.
ra i i r WW
AVator colors and Oil colors in
sots Bilirubin for Xtmis jrespnts.
King Bros., Hotel street.
FOUND IN INDO- CHINA
KXiwmi:it ii'i:njo discovkks
rilK '.tlloKIXK I.1XK."
All IJiinuiii' Vcnliirn, '.Villi 11 Tnll,
OHliititiiK Tii-i-s l,ll(P a .ItoliUc'
In lic r.trcvt ii f Aimniii.
A recent London cable to the
New York Oun says: Sensational
news comes to tho waiting world
today on tho authority of a French
twu'olor that "tho missing ..Ijnk"
has been discovered, nud is alive.
Paul d'Eujoy, an explorer who
has boon iuvostigating thu littlo
knowti region in Indo-China on
tho frontier of Annam, is tho dis
coverer. Ho has been traveling
in the mountainous district. It is
a region of dense forests iu which
lurk savago races. Among thorn
is a tribo called tho Moi.
Ono day as E'Enjoy was goiug
through tho woods with a strong
bund of followers they camo up
on a Binall group of tne Moi who
instantly took to flight, with the
exception of ono individual, who
was gathering honeycomb in n
tall tree. When ho saw tho
travelers he came down tho trunk
with his foot Hat to the bark, ap
parently not using his tail, and
attempted to escapo.
But they had surrounded tho
tree and after a struggle effected
his capture. Somo ot tho party
understood tho Moi language, for
D'Eujoy tolls us tho wild man
gav them some information
about his people
All his race, ho Baid, formerly
possessed tails, but they are no
longer universal appendages, bo
caiiBO many of tho tribo had ceas
ed to bo of pure Moi blood
through intermarriage, especially
in tho caso of those, dwolliug
on tho outskirts of tho country,
with tailless tribes. They aro
rmid to burn thoir doad and bury
thoir ashes in bamboo pots, differ
ing in this respect from their
Ohineso and other ueighhor.s.
The prisoner was extremely
savage iu aspect, and that is tho
diameter of tho race. Thoir hair
is excoptioually rough, sticking
out like the spurs of cocks, and
tho surrounding people treat them
as savages, boasts and apes, so
that they aro being gradually ex
terminated. M. d'Enjoy's account is disap
pointing in details. He doos not
even describe Jtho creaturo's tail
nor toll his height, color aud
features. Ho only adds that
many of the race have peculiaily
accentuated anklo bones. Tho
ono ho captured poisoned a coolio
iu chargo of him aud escaped.
Iho .ulc ut i:itro mid Unllcil
An important roturn has been
issued by tho British Admiralty,
ou tho motion of Sir Charles
Dilke, showing the fleets of Great
Hritaiu, Franco, Russia, Germany,
Italy, and the United States. Tho
following tablo shows tho strength
of tho different navies, viz:
a o o
Se I ft
2. ol to o
Great Britain .. ..57 108 128 353
Franco 35 82 22 139
Bussia 19 30 23 72
Germany 24 48 11 83
Italy 15 24 23 G2
United States 9 44 8 01
Instituting a comparison between
that of tho British navy and that
of France and Bussia combined,
it appears that Britain has 57
battleships to 54 of the other two
Powers, 1G8 cruisers against 112,
and 128 torpedo bouts of nil
olasses as against 45 tho grand
total beiug 353 vessols of war pos
sessed by Britain as compared
with 211 possessed by Franco and
Tho Gorman Emperor is fond
of light and bright colors, and lias
a paitioular dislike to bee tho Em
piess iu black.
i'oi.ioi: contr mmtlhn.
WlUlnm lllrkry dt Ttircr .'IrniMii.
f'ir Mrnlliiir n Jllr .
Judgo Wilcox nmdo short work
of tho business in the District
Court this morning. For n won
dr there was imt a single drunk
on hand, conm-queutly tho Ha
waiian treasuiy will fall short
today on ono of its most orolilio
source of revenue. Whether
this is duo to Judgo Wilcox's
piosenen on tho hotich or tho es
tablishmont of the Ilagey Curo
in our midst vuuie.ius To tin
Shime, a Japanese lady, aud
Susumago, her frieud and pro
t'otor, were up foi a orini, iu;
tho prodocutiun onteieii .. nolle
pros, and they went off rejoicing.
With Aktinn and Papu it wus
different. They have both got
S100 bail up for their appoaranco
on the charge of smoking opium. I
Akuna pleaded guilty, but instead I
of giving him tho usual fine His i
Honor Bont him over to tho reef
for thirty days. I'apu then con-
eluded ho wasn't guilty at all nud !
ho will h vo a trial all to himself
Piimoku is a native who has
been in a great pilikia all tho
morning, and has had his female
relatives or Biv.ri' norntions
calling on him in jail to sympa I
thiso with his inisforluung. Ho I
has been peddling chefa tickets
aud telling his lies about it as
well. He had to ackuowledge his
guilt, however, when detective
Cordes showed the Court where ,
ho had found the tickets conceal '
ed in tho lining or his pants. I
Piimoku was fined au even S20
and his relations aro eudeavoriug '
to make up the amount lehvenn
It has not yot beon decided by
any court which is tho worse, to
steal a hoi so or a bicycle, probab
ly it dopends a good deal on tho
pedigreo and mako of the
animal stolon. Auyhow Judgp
Wilcox thinks three months on
I tho rpof about right for tho lar
ceny of Willie Chamberlain's
I wheel, valued by Willio hiinpolf nt
850, and that is just what "William
Hiokey got on a ploa of guilty of
Thoro being no further business
on hand, Judgo Wilcox ndjourned
Court till 1:30 p. m., ami mean
dered dowu to Nolte's to refresh
himself with a plain soda.
Sirt'lnl ClirtHluma Ncrlci.
Thoro will bo only ono servico
of tho Second Congregation of St.
Audiow's cathedral on Christmas
day and that will bent 9:30 o'clock
in tho morning. Special music
will bo roudored by tho choir, the
program being as follows:
Hymn Hark tho Herald Angels
To Deum in F Vogrioh
Jubilato in F Schilling
Anthem "There woreShenherds."
by Dudley Buck
Sormou Bov. Alox. Mackintosh
Hymu-0 Como All Ye Faithful.
Following Hub sorvico thore
will bo a celebration of tho holy
communion, nt which Mr. Mac
kintosh will bo assisted by tho
Bov. H. B. Gottwaltz.
Pnmliin Irlcea nt Hiilitunyo.
Some young mon have gono
from Honolulu to Buluwnyo,
Matahelolund, South Africa, with
in tho past two years. Many moro
nro not likely to follow, if the fol
lowing news iB gonorally circulat
ed: Tho prices of necessaries in
Buluwayo aro still excessive, and
it thoro is a furthor rise it will bo
impossible for any but tho very
woallhiost mon to livo thoro dur
ing tho approaching rainy season.
Iu fact, thoro is every prospect
that times will bo as hard as they
wore during tho first summer after
tho occupation. Hero is a samplo
of the latest quoted prices: Pota
toes, $20.25 por bag; tinned buttor,
$1.25 por lb.; ilour, $35 per bag,
which workB out at about 37o. por
lb.; moalics, $58.75 per bag.
Nicely furnished rooms nt tho
Popular Hotiso, 154 Fort atroot,
from $1.00 per week up.
Ill THE HIGHER COURTS
Mi'i; i.M'itM'r. otsr ur.n .niki
i'ou I'nitritr.it iuiH!t:t:mJ.
I.llxl ul Oriirlicia unit OpiumMilt
nil- n I.nrsu Ilrtlaiirn Lmil
I Aii o't has bi'on signed by
Chiof Jiihtico Judd and Associate
Justice Ft ear, of tho Supremo
Courl, iu tho causo of J. O. Carter,
i adminiatrntor, vs. the Mutual Life
1 uisuiance Co., Baying:
"I in hereby orderod, adjudged
and decreed that said causo bo
again remanded to the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit for such
furthor procoodings as may bo
necessary, and that tho order to stay
proceedings filed heroin Octobor
8, 1895, be and tho same is hereby
vacated and dissolved.
J. Gundlach & Co., liquor mer
chants or San Francisco, by thoir
attorney, Cecil Brown," have
brought au action for Iho recovery
of a balanco of 2123.33 on ac
count against George Lyourgus,
horetoforo carrying ou business at
Honolulu under tho firm name or
stylo of tho California Wine Com
pauy. It is for tho February
term of tho First Circuit Court.
Judge Perry has granted tho
petition of Rose Paiko'r, adminis
trate of the estalo of William
R. Parker, deceased, for leave to
sell real estate. The land to bo
sold is situated at Auwaiolimn,
Pauoa, Oahu, and coutuins 33 100
acie. It is ordored by tho Courl
to bo sold ou M nidny, 25th day
of January, 1897. Magoou for
petitioner, who was also present
in court, nud no ono to contest.
James B. Castlo, Collector Gen
eral of Customs, bus entered n
libel iu admiralty, addressed to
Circuit Judgo Carter, for the con
fiscation to tho Uawaiiau Govern
ment o ono hundred and eighty
four cases of crackers, four hun
dred nnd eighty tins of opium and
eight cases containing tho same.
It is tho consigumout of goods to
the Washington Feed Company,
which was invoiced as of the value
ot SG25 30. in connection with
which A.L.Morris was in tho
District Court punlonced for smug
gling opium, Iih appeal from eon
tonco being uow poudiug.
Following aro tho cases argued
and submitted before thuSupromo
Knudsnn vs. Pulea et nl. Ex
ceptions fiom Fifth Circuit Court
Kauai. Mngoon & Edings for
plaintiff appellant; Rosa for de
fendants. H. Wr. Schmidt iV: Sons vs.
Royal Insurance Co. Exceptions
from First Circuit Couit Oahu.
Kinney fc Ballou, Thurston fc
Stanley nnd A. 'J. Hartwoll for
plaintiffs; Robertson for defen
Extra mince, cranberry aud
squash pies, doliverod by H. F.
Singor, who is in chargo of tho
old established Singer bakory.
Cakes of all kinds aro u specialty.
A delivery will bo made Christ
mas tnornin". insurinc fresh niea
Next year is tho centennial of
the silk hat, which first camo into
common use in Paris in 1797.
During tho last ton years tho
average earnings of Mine. Patti
have reached tho magnificent sum
of $200,090 por aunum.
Queen Viotoria now rules 3(17,
000,000 people, a greater numbor
thau ever before acknowledged
tho sovereignty of either a King,
Queen or Emperor.
Miss Wiuler, tho Euglibh gov
ornoBH who has been for many
years in chatge of Wilholmitxa,
tho youug Queen of Holland, has
now returned to her homo in
England pensioned for lifo to tho
timo of $2500 por aunum, hor
salary having boeu $1000 a year.
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