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Vol. II. No. 491.
HONOLULU, H. L, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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JPnynlilo IuvuHiililv In Advnnoo.
Tolophono VWi. P. O. Box 80.
B. L. FIN HEY, Manager.
Public Lands Notice.
On Saturday, J Miliary 2, 1897, 12
o'clock noon, hi tbo nill.-e of J. Koltt
niakule, Ivxilut, will be i-ol'rt n. mm
tion, ti 1 1 1 1 r llni irnviHlniiH of the LhikI
Act for Cui"!) Frrt-liolits, Govern niftit
lotknuwn an Lot 1, Puna, North Koua.
Arfn 8.71 m r"
Up'ot price- SlU 1)2
On FRIDAY, Ji.uary 15th, 12
o'olouk iwon, at i ho ofnoe of E D.
Baldwin, TIllo, will he sol 1 under tl o
provisions of lh Liiiil Act for C i"li
Freehnl in, L it No. 310 at OUh, umi
Ujioet jrif: 1300
At thn pain- lime mill place will nUo
hu wild Lrii(i U mil 15, OImii, coutiilii
lli 100 Here."", upon tho follow ilia con
dition, viz :
Upet into: SOOO; one fourth n
ol.uicM rn'0 in lie paid on diy o ulc
nnd re in i in u r In eijunl lntillii'eii- In
oni', wo .ti.il Mir u.vi'ai", with Init ic-t
ut. the ri't" f G p-o emit pur annum
CjllMv'iMi.i! umi improvement lo tie
b'tuu durlnir Miii llrt jcir und r n-tlutp-
iiinliu' mi ..olln two jv.hi.
Tweuty-llve (25) per Oi-nt of iIih land
to b? put und -i uul Iva'loii ami 'iier
Improvcintiilrt of Um vulue ot $oW lo
be m nit' befi-r- ln o'j I of ttiti Milrd
year. A' 1 1.- end of thin! year, H full
aruoiim of (.'iiMviUlon tnd tmiirovi
mom hiii I'un nimlu witti lull pu uiuot
Of piirotitft; prii-H, Hipl ll uoU'hli m-,
to Mich dilti, liilllllol, n ll(Hlll Onint
for the prt'tiiieti will li'.'UO
All np llnii.t or iiurcliaicrw numt
pori'! tnii iii'i'IM(!nii.n-) and niuk
tho fcuori deolii'Htlon, n nqul ul nf
iippllonii'-, for Itlublu of Piiri'lnn-e
l.e..eMi.,i (.'ah Frei'linlili.
Full plirllC'lll r "Mil 'lP n'''' r Ht
tho I'll I.I'd jiii'IhO Met', Hi. II... 'ii ;i t,r
ftt the i.IVoi of I'.i- nJi Agvni i.i Uilo
j. f. imowx,
401 3t if-ii' of I'uhllu Luinln.
Sealed tenders will bo recoivod
at tho l-'oieign Oflico until Wed
nesday, December 30th, 189G, at
12 o'clock noon, for furnishing to
tho Commissary Department of
the National Guard of Hawaii, tho
following supplies for the term of
twelvo mouths fiom January lsr,
Uulter, California kit, per lb.
up to 4,000 lbs.
Bacon, per lb. up to 2,000 lbs.
Bread, white and brown, per
loaf, 'up to 25,000 loaves.
Beef steaks, Bound, per lb. up
to 18,000 lbs.
Beef, rib-roasts, por lb. up to
Beef, corned, per lb. up to G,000
Beef, hearts, each, up to 2,000
Beef, livorp, each, up to 2,000
Beof, tripes, each, up to 3,000
Coffeo, greon, Island, por lb. up
to 4,500 lbs.
Eggs, hen, por doz., up to 2,500
Ham, por lb., up to 3,000 IbR.
Milk, per gallon, up to 4,000
Mutton, por carcass, up to 3,000
Potatoes, por lb., up to 50,000
Ten, Powohoug, por lb., up to
Bids must bo made for each
Allsupplios must bo of first-class
quality and be delivered ut tho
Burnuksnf tlio National Guard
of lliiunii in such quantities as
mny bo required fiom timo to
iiiiu. Htibject to tlio inspection of
tho niiiiiiiiiiiBiiry Officur.
AH tptidors must hn ondorsuil
"Tui' orn for Coiutuiennry Sitp
plU." Tho Mnnfitor or Foroign AlTnira
doi' Lot hind )iittiHilf to nccopt
the inmost or iinv bill.
Miniuler of ''oreigu Alfnirfl nd
'lfit.i'uii OJUcp, Dec. 32,1698.
li J'mitm: nt ok IsAct:. J
Honolulu. FI. 1., D.o 15, 189G. )
I'tulor Article 35, Suction I. of
tlo Coii'ttluti .i , ltiiK requitoil
Hint enn) nienilier'iif tho (5nbinn.
ulmli iniiko mi uiinuni iHport of
trjitHiwJios within Ina depart
ment, during tlio yotr undid".
'1 o INI i istrr of F c t l.w
this occiiBi in to request nil tlioso
huv'ng chums nmiiHt tho G v
ornmf nt of n monetnrv nutuio. to
pes' ut tluin ti thisoiHco, through
tho impi r dnp.irliui'iilH. not lutor
r' i 12 'ch'ok o n to. Tnnrs
dny, .Juiiunry 14, 1807 Iter which
dnto ton ho dcM of lb s ih-p-trt-iioii
t will ho el' 'Seil
AH p 'isnna Iihvihh mourvs on
ccotini of tho G'ifinni' ut uio
rcqui'sti'd to in ko their returns
in mptly, m oidor tlutt thoro miiy
1)' II ll 'llV ill el'iHIIIf! 'll" I'l'Hll' ts
fir tho your ondi g Docombor HI,
S. M- DM ON,
489 lw Mi -istoi f Finn co.
In nccordancs itli fectmn 1, "I Chapter
XXXVI ut iho Laws of ibSOi
i All pt'Miun liuldlu wiito privik'Kt'i or
tlinriH piyiug water iii ta are iineby tiuti
lied that Hih wu or r.it.s for tlej tnri eud
i i .In. ib 'M, ISU7, will ii.- dm .ml p'iy ibla
ut tun union o tuo lloiml ii iit-r Works,
uu the Int dnv of Junuftry, 1 S'7
.Mi r.tws rimi'iiuiiia niipdil duTif i.uil.j.
nit. r tLuy uru duo will Ih subject to ea
additional 10 por cent. .
Rates uro paynblo at tho oflic" of the
Wiilur WorkH iu the Kiipieii'va tin ldinc.
Snporlutonlmt Honolulu W.i u Works.
Jionolulu, 11. 1., Deo 17, lb'.iO.
irritating and Disfiguring
On tho Face, Cured by
Remarkable Experience, of Mis Dcrcthy
Maher, Fitzroy, Victoria, whose portrait
wo are privileged to givo below:
" I tako pleasure in testifying to
tiM great benellt 1 derived from
Aer's Sarsaparilla. I suffered
from eruptions on my face of a very
iiiitatlng and vexatious nature,
j'or n comldcrublo time I experi
mented with various Ho-called blood
incdiulucs, but without any allevia
tion of my trouble. At last, your
famous fjarsaparilla bohifr strongly
recommended to me, 1 began to use
II, and after taking two bottles it
was most gratif jing to see and feel
the effect in allaying tlio irritation
and reducing tlio eruptions. When
I bud used three bottle? tlio ciup
tlona dimippcarul altogether, with
out leaving a mark on my face, and
I have, never been troubled witli
anything of tlio kind slnco."
Sold MrJalt at the World' Chltl Eiposltlons.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
tole AouU for tbo Kcjmlilio ot Hawaii.
Tho Connecticut Iltimiuio So
ciety hriH Hwai'ded a medal to En
gonn Walker of llartfoid, a lad
icvonloen years old, who, at tho
risk of his own life, saved t man
from drowning lut tit ptember.
SOMETHING ABOUT SHOES
uvit. iiKNt'i.Ts oy ni:oli:ct:i
TJtOIJIIfiKS OV 1UR Fi:r.T.
TeiuiK'i' unit I'nu Iniiiortuncc oftlnr
InjV I'.iot XVoitr Cuiiifiirtnbly
'riiero iq mntter in tho following
urticle from the Now York Ledger
which in ppcplinrly ndaptod to bo
uapfiil to peoples liviiic in this
I rlifimto. Tim fine dust overj'
I whern abounding in Hiobo ishinds
is bad1 ! tl.t ft'f, and tho con
dt.iut wtuuilb ih iirtblo to crcato
inlluiiiHl conditions of tho snrao
Cranky tempoia and crampy
toos lmvo been comrades over
siuco slioed began to bo worn,
said uu old surgeon who haB mndo
tho Btudy of tho foot ono of his
specialties, und I lmvo many
times wondmed how many lives
hiivo been blighted and how many
homos have beon wrecked by tho
irritability caused by wearing ill
made, ill fitting shoes. Ihero is
no nioro dflicnto and iutricato
pteco of anatomical structure than
the foot, and when the slouder
boties ami thread Jtke muscles are
crowded and pushed out of shape
serious und even danuorous dis-
oiiso may result. It is remarkablo
- . .. t
that so few people) appear to re
alizo that tho foot dr-berve or de
mitnds any special caro or consid-
eiation, or is in any way'
a complicated soctiou of the
human system. iho mnj rity of
leisoni treat tuoir feet ih I hough
tliey uurusomo uuimpoitant sort
of attachments, und, beyond pro-1
vidiug them with coverings of
some Eort, were neither to be
noticed nor mentioned. As a
natural consequence there are
very few really symmetrical and
beautiful feet, and fewer that uro
at theii I ehl ami aUe lo pm'i'oriu
the servije for which they were
designed. Proper caro of these
valuable moulders should be a
part of the education of all
ohildrop, aid parents should be
its careful titiout tho management
ami training of the feot of their
little oni'H as they are about their
teeth. If a child complains of its
shoes being unconifoi table, there
should be immediate and iutelli '
gent attention givon to the
matter. Ono man wulks the streets
of an eastorn city iu almost con
tiunal pain, the result of neglect
whou his poor little feet nccdod
looking after. While uunping,
small-boy fashion, there cuuie a
hole in his stocking, and a tiny
toe was caught thoieiu. CrieB and
eutreuties ero unheeded, becauRO
'there was always something the
matter,' anil although ho wornei
consolatiou save tho Bhort remaik
that ho probably had soma sand
in his shoe. Upon examination
tho cramped nnd twisted too was
found in a most distressing stute.
Ono joint was almost dislocated
and tho entire foot was swoiloii
and inflamed. The child wns con
futed to his ahnir for months, and
uovor recovered from the conso
quencos of n littio neglect.
It is often the case that tho im
mediate removal of tho shoo, when
there iB pain or discomfort, will
prevent ( the formation of a cullo
sity which readily grows into a
corn. Iu all casos whero thoro is
discomfort, or if tho stocking
seems to fold or wriukle, take off
tho shoe at onco and readjust the
stocking. Smootho it carefully
ovor the foot aud put the shoo ou
carefully, so that thoro will bo
neither fold nor creases. A olork
in n shoo storo kopt a uumbor of
customers for years principally
because ho was so careful iu put
ting on their shoos. On ono occa
sion ho took off aud put ou out)
shoo eight times. It v as an exceed
ingly warm day; tlio lady had
boon walking a good deal, and was
very tired and a littio norvoin and
M.I.- I fi I I III! I
potisiiiiy in name, rno hIioo
didn't feel comfortable,
had 111 tod hiir so
ii......t, i.i. i, i. ii, ..mil;.! uu vwiiii;w .1 , . , ,
and fretted all day he lecoived no ' c'efl of tLo BeuH," ot''ll'le any
attnntion until bedtime, and no w,,e.r.e' ?vpn. to, , woodcock ami
times that ho know that it was on
ly bocauBotho foot was sensitive
from walking on the heatod pavo
montHo removed it,smoothed tho
stocking and waited a moment,
thou tried it again. After a little
patient effort tho woary feet bo
camo rested, and tho lady wont
homo with a perfectly fitted pair
of siloes and a determination to
patronize that -ostablibhrnent iu
future Sometimes a little lino
powder dusted over the feet after
btithiiig will bo found refreshing,
bat as a rulo it will increase tho
tendency to corns, which are, ac
cording to our best authorities,
largejyjihcreased by perspiration
nnd duof. Tho inference, there
toio, is that the feet should bo
kopt as cloan and dry as possible.
nont AVnnleil tar llmikrnpt Htnro
Nupremc Court Vacation.
Demurrer of defendant in John
T. Baker vs. Young Heo and
others will be arguod beforo Judgo
Mrs. Tregloan, executrix of the
estate of the lato II. S. Tregloan,
by her attorney, W. II . Castle,
has filed a motion that II. Loso,
assignee in bankruptcy of M. S.
Lovy, or Thoo. H. DavieB & Co.,
tho alleged mortgagees, or such
other person as tho Court may
direct, bo ordorcd to pay to said
estate tho amount of rent due for
j t!l0 premises whero tlio goods of
h, hlini,- ,. u. .i b.i
v iinuiiiiiwi mi; niuiii-'i. rvn hit
count attached shows S515 duo for
rent to tho end of December.
The two following cases wero
argued nnd submitted iu tho Su
premo Court today.
Bepublic of Hawaii vs. J. D.
Paris. Violating census laws.
Appeal fiom District Court of
South Kona. Attornoy-Genoral
W. O. Smith for plaintiff; Kinney
& Lhillou for defendant appellant.
V. V. A-diford vs. H. h Poor
and the Hawaiian Govornmont.
Appeal from First Circuit Court.
Hartwell for plaintiff appellant;
Deputy Attorney - General Dole
for the Government; Rosa for H.
F. Poor. Attorney S. M. Ballon
sat iu plaeo of Justice Whiting,
Tho appeal of 0. II. Clark from
conviction, iu tho District Court
of Honolulu, of carrying conceal
ed weapon, comes on next. Davis
Tlio Court will adjourn for tho
Christmas vacation, from tomor
row until Moudav, January 4,
A 'llmvly Iti'iiiiiiiler.
This is the season of the yonr
when the mind uuturally lovorts
to good cheer, to good things both
to eat and to drink. There is no
lack of either in H n ilulu. Iu
the coll storage department of tho
Hawaiian Electric Light Com pa
ny will bo found nil tho delicti-
tuii. iio iu. tiiiua iiiiunauiUj
aud a littio of theso o well at
. this season of tho year besides
j promotiug digestion and curing
cold feet, ono uuturally thinks of
, tho old established and reliable
ty year old brandy is a fine thing
iu sioktiPhs, and it is equally lino
in health or in a plum pudding,
besides, as Mrs. Toodlos would
say, "being handy to lmvo in tho
house." For nuything in tho line
of fine wines nnd spirits, beers of
nil kinds, English nles and porter,
French lequeurs and champagnes
the.ro is no hotter house iu tho
oity to find them than at Macfar
lnue & Co.'s.
Nauson has sold the English
rights of tho work in which ho
will describo his latost experiences
in tho polar seas to Messrs. Con
stable aud tho 6UUJ ho will receivo
in consideration thereof is un
usually largo 50,000 boing men
tioned as the price of this book.
Thn firm paying this prico is n
comparatively now ono.
Tommy Hero! Don't you hit
mo with that old shoo. Don't
you know it's awful bud Itiitk to
hit anybody with a shoo?
iliiuniy Is it? I iniiHt tell maw
that IU HD'ii) us I m-t hollii.
ARGUMENTS NOT WANTED
now judui: wu.cox cioki.s
OIT WHtnV ATtOlt.MlY.S. ,
i:lriotierl. Vt'lmt (JiiPx With It ltClliir
Initio' riii'i'CilllUJ. Ill tlln
There aro always amusing
things happening iu a polico
courtrno matter whore it may.ho
located. Sometimes tho witnesses
iurnish nn amusing story for the
oxpectaut reporters, sometimes
the attorneys help out tho nows
pupor man by attempting to run a
bluff on the court nnd then again
the court sometimes takes pity on
tho pencil -pusher and snys or
does something that furnishes
him with something to writo
Business iu tho police court is
largely a matter of evidence, ac
cording to Judgo Wilcox's way of
reason mg, and he belie vcb that
loug winded arguments from ver
bose attorneys who endeavor to
make tho court believe thut black
is white after it bus beon
proven black by the evidence of
loputablo witnesses is u mere
waste of valuable time, and ho
nets accordingly. An instance of
tliis kind occurred a day or two
since iu up opium cabo. It was a
plaiu one, or, as detectivo Cordes
would term it, "a dead open and
shut case," hut still the attorney
for the defendant was trying to
wriggle out of the conviction that
he knew was inevitable.
"Wou't you hear me in this
case, your Honor?" said the at
torney. "Oh, certainly, certainly," said
nis Honor, "I always hear at
torneys when they insist on it.
The Court has already made up
its mind in this caso from the
evidence adduced nnd has already
outorcd up judgment of fine and I
imprisonment, but I will hear
you. Crtaiuly, go ahead."
but somehow ntter the required
permission had been givon that
attorney ha 1 nothing to say, nnd
Judgo Wilcox is wondering even
now what made him clmugo his
mind so suddenly.
Tho first matter to roqnirn His
Honor's attention thio morning,
after his eo glius had beon caro- I
fully adjusted to th.s right angle, I
was a littio diuiculty that occurred
last evening between two gentle
men who originally saw the light
of day not far from the vino clad
hills of sunny Madeira, whura
they imbibed with their mothers'
milk n fondness for the light wine '
of their native country. An over
indulgence iu till liking and
tho rattier promiscuous way
in which Mrs. Almeida dis
trilmted hor favors betweon
her husband nnd ono Domiugos
Santos led to nn affray lust even
ing and their subsequent arrest
by tho police. A night in tho
station house had subdued their
liory ardor and tho largo quantity
of light wine they had imbibed
had lost its eifect on both, and
they wero in that couditiou of ro
peutunco this morning that mado
thorn ready to plead puilty of al
most anything. His Uouor took
pity on them and let them off with
a simple iino for druukounoss.
Akana and Ah Man, a couplo of
actors from tho Chinese theatre,
charged with opium in possession,
wore unable to keep their appoint
ment with His Honor this morn
ing on account of sickness.
Their attorney was present in
Court, however, armed with a
physician's certificate to tho etl'ect
that both men wore ton ill to ap
pear in Court. His Honor said
nothing but thought a good deal,
and postponed thocaso to the 2(Jth
at tho attorney's requett. That
luclcloss logal light will likely hoar
something drop whim tho cusn
untues up ou lloxing day, as His
Honor was Husnicious and sent a
policeman to tlio theatre lo in
iiuirn after tho sink men. Tho
man brought buck Iho information
that the two dtifnuduiitri hud per-
I foimc'l ut the thiiitio luit niijht in
spite of their illuoss, nnd now ex
planations aro in order.
Piilaui, charged with distilling
liquor without fust making tho
nccespnry arrangements with
genial John Hassingcr of tho In
toror department, evidently know
he was a gone gosling,for ho camo
up smiling and pleaded guilty
liko u littio man. He got threo
months in jail with hard labor
thrown iu, but ho will have a
chance to purtj.ipato in the Christ
mas entertainment nt Oahu
prison, with m extia chargo for
his resolved seat.
Whatever Kauo's arrangements
were for spending Christmns thoy
must have been liko the teams
tlud lino up in n football match
subject to change nt the last
minute. Knne won't he able to
go to tho circus on Christmas day
or get a free lunch at the Y. M.
O. A. headquarters ou New Year's
because his engagements with
Jailor Low will prevent. He has
two of them and thoy are both
quite pressing so much so as to
require his constant attendance.
Tho first one is for throe months
and tho second, to take effect nt
tho expiration of tho first, is for
six months longer. Kane is a
petty larceuy thief and stolo ono
razor, ono of the thin Chiueso
kind worth a big dollar, from
Hoy Niu on Decombor 12th, and
four days later appropriated
84 50 from Scott Fisher. Ho
will bo in retirement for tho next
nino months, and people who
have been suffering from tho de
predations of potty larceny
thieves can breathe a littio ousier
in tlio meantime.
AT Cn.VrStAI. O.Mn.V i'lll'IK'l!.
Clirl-liiins I'ri'O lilntrlbiitlou r iin
to SiioUny Nctnt.il Clillilrrn.
The spaoious Sunday School
rooms of Central Union church
wore crowded last evening with,
scholars aud their parentsand
friouds to witness th& "annual
Christmns tree festival. Tho treo
itself was a very largo ono and it
wns elaborately decorated. In
stead of candles tho olectrio light
was uned, and tho sudden lighting
up of tho .tree with a hundred
vari-colored lamps surprised tho
littio ones and gratified tho others
with the scene of beauty thus
brought lo viow. In spito of the
size of tho treo it was impossible;
to place nil tho presents on it, aud
tho great bulk of thorn
were disposed in packages
in the rear. But it made
little dill'eronco to tho happy
children whother their presents
came off tho treo or from behind
it, ho long as they got them.
Iho ontertainment commenced
with a song by tho Sunday school
anil a short praver by the pastor,
ltev. D. P. Birn'io. Then followed
a song by the infant class and re
marks by tho superintendent,
Colonel de Iu Vorguo.
While refreshments wore boing
sorved, which consisted of bounti
ful supplioB of ice cream andcako,
mere was more singing, lntjr
sporsod with orchestral music by
tho Hawaiian baud under Pro
fo6Bor Berger's leadership.
Tlio distribution of the presents
then followed, with tho usual
scones incident to suoh occasions.
nioiilitgne I'liiul Cu.
Tho Montague-Faust Combina
tion will opon nt tho corner of
Puuchbowl and Boretauia streets
on Saturday evening noxt with n
first rate circus company includ
ing Wilfred Burns anil several
other members of tho Into Ha
waiian circus, the wholo cnBt 6E
tho Montuguo-Fnust company
and a number of other artists,
Thn initial performance will in
clude many now acts never scon
here and tho usuul changes of
Extra minco, ornnborry otvl
squaBh pioc, delivered by II, ""1'.
Singer, who is in chargo of tho
old established Singer bakory.
Cakes of all kinds aro a specially.
A delivery will bo mado Glutet
inas morning, insuring frawh pint
Hi i ill
i m m n-mgt tii niiirlliiiMi