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HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDW, DECEMBER 24, 189G.
PllIOK 5 Cknts.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN,
Published "rry tiny except Snndny hi
210 Ktit: (--Street, llonoluln, n. I.
Slj ilalltUTIOX ItATBS.
Por Mont", nnywhero In thf T7n-
waila" imanUa ,f.
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Por Yem. postpaid to America,
Caniulii, or Mexico , 111
Per Year. pnlpejd, other Foreign
CouulrLi 13 CO
Taynblo Inviirhibly til Advance.
Telephone 250. P. O. Bos 89!
B. L. FHEY, Manager.
Sealed lenders will ,bo received
ut tho li'o-fipu Oflico uutil Wed
nesday, December 30th, 1S9G, at
12 o'clock noou, for furnishing to
tbo Commissary Department of
tbe National Guard of Hawaii, tlie
following supplies for tbo term ot
twelve moullis from January 1st,
Bailor, California kit, por lb.
up to 4,000 lus.
Bacon, por lb. up to 2,000 lbs.
Bread, wbito and brown, por
loaf, up to 25,000 loaves.
Beef steaks, Bound, por lb. up
to i8,ow :;...-..
Beef, rib-roasts, por lb. up to
22,000 I In.
Boof, coined, per lb. up to 0,000
Beef, hearts, each, up to 2,000
Beef, livei'H, oncb, up to 2,000
B.jof, tripos, eacb, up to b",0(J0
Coffee, green, Island, por lb. up
to 4,6fiT Ibfi.
Egi h ', pf'1 doz., up to 2,500
Hani, por lb., up to 3,000 lbn.
Milk, per gallou, up to 4,000
Mutton, porcarcaBS, up to 3,000
Potabies, per lb., up to 50,000
Tea, i'owchong, per lb., up to
Bids must bo mndo for oncb
Allsnppllud mustbo of first-dibs
quality and be delivered at tbe
Bui nicks oC .. e Npi.oi ' t'unrd
of Hawaii in v h qii'i'-tb.v a an
may be lequuen horn uino to
time, Hibjoot to tlio inspection of
tbo Commissary Officers.
All toudeis must bo endorsed
"Tem'i'iri for Coiumisfiary Sup
plies." The Minister of Foreign Affairs
does not bind himself to accept
tbo lowest or any bid.
WM. O. SMITH,
Minister of ForeitJU Affuira lid I
Foreign Office, Doc. 22, 189G.
:l'AltT.MI.XT OK FlNAXCi;, )
;lu, tT.L, Die. 15,1890. f
Under Article 35, Soction I. of
tbo Con!' litutinn, it is required
(bat euob member of tbo Cabinet
shall muko an annual roport of
-"- ""ir1 I IN Tim CIRCUIT COUltT OF THE
moiit, during the yoar ending Fir.t nlcuit of Ul0 nw.iii.m IhUndM. In
Doccmbor ."1st. i piobuto. In tlio mutter of tho Enta'oof
Tho Minister of FinuuOO tlik.'3 Aumi " Arn.8tronB (loce-Ked. A duly
(i,i ; ,... ,ii ,t., i ""idionticaloil copy of the last will of Mtiil
this oceiiHP.n t . rfqtiOHl all thoso J drcaaMlli having lieeu printed t, sni.l
having chums against tho G"V- j Cotut tog-ther with npotiiion lor tlio pro
ernment of a inonetarv nature to 1 1,',to tuun-of, nnd for th i-,8imneo of lcturs
..0ur.t fi..m .. M,, (!!". ti..nnl. I Administwtiou with tho will iitiiiexoil to
iliariib blliu l"f lllliiuiliuu, WIIUI'IJ
the pioptr doprtnienls, not later
than 12 o'clock' no-in on Thurs
dny, Janutiiy 1J, 1897, niter wbicli
date tho bonks of ibis depuit
niont will bo closed.
All persons having moneys on
recount of tho Government aro
roquopii'd to im.kn their returns
nn.iuptly, in ordr that thoro mny
ba no dulay in closing tbe ncaonnts
for tho yoiir ending December 31,
S. M. DAMON,
489 Iw Mi'iia'or of Fiimnoo.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
10S2 King Street.
A Quiet, Hoint-liko Place, whero Trnlnod
NuiHea, MiiKhUKs "Swedish Jlovemont,"
Daths, Eli-clrieit.v and l'hysical Traiuiug
limy 1)0 olnaii irt.
r h KELLOOO, M. 1) ,
Teltldionu d.l'J bliperilltuiuleul.
Keeps the Ecaln
cook' moist, hciiUhyj
and froo from dim
druff. It is tlie
best dressing In
tlio world, ahd is
Those desiring to
retain the youthful
appearance of tho
-3fi Mr to
Bj" vii need
C Kj of life
iSSgfi R h o u Id
C'.i : i vdsts ct tire World's Great Expositions.
J"" I'wironf rlicaii Imitation TIip unme
-wr 14 prominent on tin. wrapper, unit U
ti.nn ii in .liu kUm each bottle.
llollister Drug Co., lid.
Solo Agents for the Republics of Qauuii.
of neck fixing
no bobbeis '
lliglit in quality,
Itiht in design,
Our regular cnstomois
Wo want a cbauco
open tbo eyes
of tbo other follows.
Onco you are hero
you won't get awny
Tliu uiiilcrslL'iifd linTlmr liooi duly npiiolnt-
cd Ailiiiliilslruliir ill' till) I'stutu uf Clirk'ri
Hmnmur, laloof Ilonnlulti, Ulaiul of 0.iliti,
.iMMfl.Nll ....lit... 1U lt....l... ..I..A.1 ... nil .......II
tlcccai!d, notice Is lirrcljy kIvcii to nil rrcill-
lors ni ilia (ircmvu lu iiri.-sciit tliclr clulim,
wlitlhcr svcttrvil liy iioU'n moitffam'S or
otlicrn Unduly nntlicnll ulcil mill with pro
per oiioliiT, If any exist, to ilie iinilemlL'ii
a.'J ulllilu i.. titomliK lioui tliu ilnti liiTcof,
ur tiny "111 lit) lortviT lunud Ami all pcr
fom fnik'lilcil to tlio tnld iU'Ci'ii-il Hr- tv
qtirHtcd to make Inimi'dlatu payment to I tin
umkai blcni'd at ills oUlce, No. M Mi-rcliaut
Administrator of I lie Estate of Clinrlcs
lloiiulitlu, Dec. IS, ISM.
A. 2. 1ml ley having been tiled, nolico in
hereby given thit Mouday, January 18,
A. I). 18U7, nt 10 o'clook a. m in tho
Judiciary Duilding, Honoltihi, in appointed
tliu time nnd pluco for piovlu; wuid will
nnd hearing said application, when und
where any person ititeiustar! may appear
and hIviw cause if any tbey havo wliy tlie
prayer of Haiti potitlon should uol be grunted,
liy tho Courti
J. A. THOMPSON O'eik.
Honolulu, II. I , December 10, 1890.
To curry faor. and caln trade fur tUcin-
gelve, certain persona have circulated, tliat
tbo City Feed Store IMPORT3 NO (IOOD3.
Tlie above Is only done to depreciate our
business to the Interest of tbelrs. Wo wish
to state tbat our 1IIU.S OF LADING At our
etoro tpeuk for tlivrntelvui nnd that we sell
ai good Koodi iik any hi our Hue of btislnei-fi,
and us low as the lowest.
cut rcr.D sToitr.,
I. 11 Our C'u
ll.illll'ulll, II. I. iSJ iw
Sqo, wide with surpris-e,
Aro tbo baby's oyep;
As thoy look on tin- wnnders
And, in truo baby way,
Think of Christmas day,
In many bright thoughts, though
Yes, tbo bright ovnd one,
Looks tlio tii'o upon;
All the tronsurooiciiitbare there.
How tho dimpled bauiN,
Gnsp the iir ire stiatidu,
And capturo the prizfs line.
Loud crows of delight
Voico lmby'u miiit.
On this joyous ChiHtinm diy.
Hawaii's fair laud
Has no bappi.'r bnml
HMV SI'IIWOl. I'iHtiVAI..
Ounrerl mid t.Ifl OhiC.i-ii nl Hie 'li r 1-1 -liiti
: ii M'-.i.
Pelting rain slnnvers yesterday
evening k pt but a very few of !ti'
Sunday bclmol cliildien of tho
Christian "biucb away liom tij ir
ChristmiH festival. W. C. W 1
suporintendeut, called If tl.c fol
lowing program, aftei pi ny b,
liov. .J. cJ. Monroe, pastur:
Greeting Song School
Becitation leuniij Conk
"Tho Wheel of tliu Year" Mo
tion song by gills with laro
Becitalion "Use of Time
; Alice I ! ip per
Itecitation anil Song L'riitmt
class with guitar accompaiii-
meut by Laura Lillis.
Recitation Four girls of Mis.
L. E. Atwater aud Mi. lVm
Violet Cat roll Wtvdoii
Eecitation "Long Ynuo Ago"'
Song "King, Shine and Slug'
iilrs. UicKon class
Becitatiou "A Bit of Good
News" Tony McGniiv
Song with'Guitar. . . .Lama Lillis
Concert Exerciso "The Old,
Old Story".. Miss Beaut's class
Eecitation "Tho Absent Ones"
Eosponsivo Beading and Song
"Tho Good Shepheid' ...Cbi
neso class led by Mr. Wocdon.
Eecitation "The Paupers' Christ
mas Evo". . . . Miss Matthews.
Music and mystery opiued the
next part, and for the children
tbo best, they becoming tho enter
tained instead of the entertainers.
J. Q. Borroy, W. M. Templeton
and Cbas. Eico sang a rattling
soug about Santa Clans driving
his reindeer, whilo a sharp crack
ing of whip resounded behind tho
screen. At tho conclusion of the
song tho click of a button put the
wholo interior in total daiknnss,
producing tbo most ocuto excite
inont among tho little ones.
Their laughter was in a t-cienm
ing key and upp'imcli"'! tliv
liysteiical vbi'ii, in a lc. .ni-i.u.!-
Then thoio watching dear baby'B
Only tow youro agono
Ami our briijbt eyed one,
Our darling, has passed away.
Bain's i-yes aro closed,
To earth's joys and woes,
Anil wo miss ber, this Christmas
Ah, but not we, alone;
Thoip is many au ono,
Lb uve. a sigh, on this Christmas
For lbn voices so sweet
And th now vacant seat
Of some loved ouo who is passed
Honolulu, Dec. 24, 189G.
ii Km changed to a chorus ot
iv-dtitic joy as tho house was
Hooded again with electric light.
A curtain had boon pulled aside,
it'voaliug a luxuriant bower, to
lcpieent a hanging gardon. In
the midst depended a huge hanip
ei i. ifii of vines, which was fill
ed to tho brim with packages.
Coinu.'opiiis and boxes of candy
lmii fiom tbe roof and sides, aud
mom packages were stowed in all
'lie corners. A large silvery
Star of Bethlebeni glittered above
the hamper, and gay festoons of
hioiif outs decked tbo arch in front.
It was a grand time for tho
1 it 1 ones, an they toddled, or
i-kippi'd, or strode to the front, in
h-iswcT to their names, to receive
pretty gifts suitable to their ages.
Thcio were presents al6o ad
dtofhcd to tho teachers nnd offi
cers of tbo school, and tho old
boys and girls seomed to bo just
as tickled over their prizes as tho
yonii" folks. Aflor the distribu
tion of the sweets and oranges to
the childron, tho pastor dismissed
the merry gathering with tho
Tbos. C. McGuiro, Mrs. Swin
ton and Mrs. Harrison had charge
of the fittings ami decorations,
with lvsults that could not have
been excelled. Tho idea of tho
hanging gordou belongs to Mrs.
Mrs. AV. L. Hopper, with n
number of helpers, bad chargo of
the piesents, whilo Mr. Hopper
was comptroller of finances.
Mrs. Geo. E. Board man was
tho caterer of sweets, oranges,
etc., with their attraotivo display
prior to distribut'on.
Mrs. Monroe was piano accom
panist for tho evening, and Mrs.
Weedon tho drill instructor and
director of exercises.
Extra minoo, crauborry and
squash pies, delivered by H. F.
Siugor, who is in chargo of the
old established Singer bakory.
Cakes of all kinds aro a specialty.
A deliveiy will be made Christ
mis morning, intuiting fie-sh pieu
THE BOARD OF HEALTH
lMttXIItllNAUY TALK UITII VS'
uiNM'it in:i(t.M;. ',
CI. In. i- vi,,,i Coin,itiiHi.tliiii tin1 llio
'luf lni,-..( Miclr I'l.liln (Iruimil
IJmiiiI WcrUly :c'nirl. I
All tbo meinboro and ollieiiils
of tlio Hoard of Jle.ilth voit pim-
1 nut at the ri''iing yestyrday
nlternoon, i. nun th reynlar
weekly reports from Dr. Monsar-
'-at, limpuptor Keliipio and Agout
' M'r of tbo leper -ottlument
wuro road ami approved, as the
first item on tho business of tlio
President W. O. Smith roport
ed tbo receipt of another lottor
from L. A. Thurston, again call
ing attention to tbo claims of cer
tain Cbineso clients for $447.50,
estimated damages sustained by
them through the order of tho
Boaid of Health prohibiting fish
ing in tho harbor. On motion
tbo matter was referred to the
Frank S. Dodge of tho Survey
Department introduced Engineer
Iloring to tbo Board and that
gentleman gave the membeis n
talk on filtration, tho various me
thods in vogue in tho Eastoru
States and tho probablo cost
"N hen asked as to tho
to bo pursued hero and
rinl nt !,,., I t, i....i
iiltratiou Mr. Horing baid bo had ,
not been hen. long onough lo bo
nii ir. nna.,,1.1. piniir.1. t,:'
denl Smith Mr. Hering wa3 offer-
I ed tho assistance of tbe Board and
niir n; iMin'uii ii i ititi II jli UCTl"
its officials in his work of investi
Bids for supplios for tho next
six months wero opened. Thero
were so many of them that tbo
clork was ordered to classify them
in readiness for tho next meeting
of tho Boaid, whtu conducts will
Dr. Emerson was authorized to
have printed in pamphlet form
his compilation and rules govern
lug Board of Health matters.
Mr. Smith aunounced tho re
ceipt of a lettor from Ministor
Coopor, stating ho had been en
tertained and shown tho quaran
tine system of tho city of Boston,
Mass., by Dr. Brough, tlio govern
ment quarautiiio officer at that
Tho Hawaiian Hotel will servo
imorrow ovening ono of their
tomorrow ovening ono of their
famous snoeial Chi istmas dinners.
i Every delicaoy that generally , ?? "E lliml Nft8 T lo
I graces the Christinas board will(V U"mou' n.n J-,t Pr;
ibo served, as only tho chief r:nfrIl'M.1 whom In teceived
steward under tho direction ot -J'-- - is alleged that Hough
genial Pete Lucas knows how. '"""'B lmB PVor l"11.'1 iy portion
V .. . ... . ... nl Mm ntinmtir iiwtiiu..wl !'.. .!,..
, JSotuniB will be luck nc from
bo up to desBert. Music as usual
will bo on hand and everything
will torn! to mako you feel that
this is indeed Onrislmas.
Thomas Krouso of tho Arling
ton will servo ono of tho diuuors
for which ho is famous tomorrow.
Mr. Krouso is recognized as the
leading caterer of Honolulu and
people favoring his tablo with
their presence will bo roguled
with n repast that will mako their
Horr Nolle served tho patrons
of tho Boavor with stuffed turkey
aud crauborry sauco for lunch
today without extra charge.
Republic vs. Parsons and Trous
Beau vs. Executors wero argued iu
the Supremo Court, prior to ad
journment for the holidays this
Willi, NioholB Co. are tho solo
aud exclusive agents for Finnoy's
Hawaiian Directory. A supply
was dolivored to thorn today.
People on tho other islands who
wish a copy can secure ono
' promptly by addtessing tho abovo
IN THE HICHER GOURTS
'" I 1 1. Nl I'Oll lL M vs OJ-' Ur.lTift
imi.m: ii i.v imhsov.
Ati I iiiiiU1Ii. r!cuil:; ;(nr:rr
unil Oplinii ' it il cl mi!i.
.l'rt lo Ap ti I.
Deputy Marshal Hitchcock has
mod" lvturn on an execution iu
biieil in tlie suit of tho Minister of
Foreign Affairs against Lau Sun,
Li-ong Fai Shang and Geo. Crtve
nangb, for tho amount of bond on
n Cbineso six moutlu' residence
permit, interest and costs, making
$527.80. Aflor duo and diligent
search no property belonging to
Leong Fai Shang and Geo. Cavo
naugb can be found.
Judge Cartor has coutiuued tho
matter of claim for rent on tbo
bankrupt estato of M. S. Levy to
Monday next, ordering tho attor
ney of tho Tregloan estato to servo
a copy of his motion on Thurston
& Stanley, attorneys for Tbeo. IL
Davies it Co., mortgagees. Castle
for Tregloan estato; Hoiiflinll for
Tho California Feed Co. by ite
attorneys, Magoon ,fc Edings,
demurs to tho complaint of J. F.
Colbum, assignee of H. F. Poor,
denying that tlio goods anil chat
tels in nupbtioii boloii'-ed to ths
assignee, also denying each ami
0V"X "''cfe'id'on in tho complaint,
i rnpiilaiii has liroimht a bill in
el".it'1 fr W? performance
?F(,n ?,po!;0 Uouulilnilnig and
O. J . l cLiirtliv. He ullotics t hat
i " r
' !'mn " "?. '"J1" 'Vorkiug out a
i """ for ,8el "B liquor
without license, at tbo rnto of
fifty cents a day, Hougbtailing
repeatedly visited him and, nfter
some time, led hi in to beliovo that
tho only way bo could get out was
to convoy eight certain interests
1 iu land to Hougbtailing, and that
upon bio roleaso Houghtailinjj
would roconvey the land to him
without valuable consideiation.
i Complainant executed tlio con
p wyiinco and wos toleased. Hougb
tailing then gave him au instru
ment It-asing to him a certain
poition of tho binds in que&tion,
and covenanting to pay him $129
a ear for the rest of bis life
The instrument was not recorded
by complainant. In alleges that
hi nee. the ueoutiou of tho coutraot
l Hougbtailing hss fraudulently
; sold nnd conveyed nil of tbo rooi
estato to divers bona fide vmr-
chasoiP, with intent to prevent
complainant from enforcing any
judgment ho might obtain agaiuat
judgment ho might obtain agaiuat
tlml defendant. Among the
i : . . " .' """,!"i' . ",lu"r?
that be has loanod C. J. McCarthy
81500 repayable ut the rato of J75
Hougbtailing is summoned to
appeal and show cause why tho
Court should not grant tho relief
sought for tho wrongs alloged.
McCarthy is summoned to answor
under oath questions regarding
tho alleged monetary transactions
with Hougbtailing, and tho Court
is prayed to enjoin aud restrain,
him from paying Houghtailinfj
any money without its order aud
Judge Carter has issued a tem
porary injunction as prayed for,
addrossed to O. J. McCarthy. J.
A. Magoon is attorney for Piipii
lani. In tho matter of tbo libol
ogainst 181 cases of crackers ami
180 tiim of opium, counsel by sti
pulation havo agreed to n decrcu
for confiscation being issued, sub
ject to appeal by any of tb
parties interested. S. Lowdon ot
tho Washington Feed Co. filed
an answer to tho libol, alleging
his ignoranco of tho number of
cases of drackeis ordered, also
denying that thoso coutniuinjj
opium had beon ordered by fii-j
firm. Thurston it Stanloy for
Lowdon; Attorney -General Smith
for tho Collector Geueral.