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Vol. II. No. 493. HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2G, 1896.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Publisbod ovory dny except Sunday at
210 King Slreot, Honolulu, II. I.
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Por Year H 5.
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Sealed tondors wjll bo received
at tho Foreign Office until Wed
nesday, Decombor 30th, 189G, at
12 o'clock noon, for furnisbingto
tho Commissuiy Department of
: the National Guard o Hawaii, tho
following supplies for tho term of
, twelve inontlifl from January 1st,
Batter, California kit, por lb.
up to 4,000 los.
, Bhcoii, perlb. up to 2,000 lbs.
Bread, whito and brown, per
loaf, up to 25000 loaves.
Beef steaks, Bound, per lb. up
to 18,000 lbs.
Beef, rib-roasts Vtir lh. up to
Beof, corned, per lb. up to (5,000
Beef, heads, each, up to 2,000
Beof, In ore, each, up to 2,000
Buof, tripe3, oach, up to 3,000
Coffee, green, Island, por lb. up
to 4,fi00 lbs.
Eggs, hen, por doz., up to 2,(300
Ham, per lb., up to 3,000 lb?.
Milk, per gallon, up to 4,000
Mutton, por carcass, up to 3,000
Potatoes, per lb., up to 50,000
Tea, Powchong, per lb., up to
Bids must be mado for each
item sepn lately.
All supplies must bo of firbt-clnsfa
quality and bo delivered at tho
Banaekh of ti..j Nitini.'ii l.ird
of Hawaii in -mil (junttin'f-o as
may 1l lequneil lrom tnno to
time, subject to tho inspection of
tho Commihsary Officers.
All tenders must bo ondoised
"Teuders for Commissary Sup
plies." Tho Minister of Foreign Affairs
does not bind himself to accept
the lowest or nny bid.
WJI. O. SMITH,
Minister of Foreign Affairs ad
Foreign Oflico, Dec. 22, 189CT.
Di:iAimn:NT ok FixAN'cn, )
IIo.nolulu, II. I., Dec. 15, 189G. j
Uudor Article 35, Section I. of
tho Uonptitution, it is required
that oach member of tho Cabinet
shall muko an annual rojiort of
transactions within his depart
ment, during tho year ending
Tho Minister of Financo takes
this occasion to request nil those
having clnims against tho Gov
ernment of a monetary naturo, to
present them to this oflico, through
tho proper departments, not later
than 12 o'olnok noon on Thurs
day, January 14, 1897, nfler which
duto tho books of this depatt
mont will bo closed.
All poisons having monoys on
account of tho Government aro
lequosted to muko their returns
limmptly, in ouler that thoro may
bo no dolay in clobing the accounts
for tho your onding Docombor 31,
489 Iw Minister of Financo.
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ln v-Hi-BlvInff properties of jp' 1
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I lelt better, and was thus euronr
.);( d to give the medlcino a thorough
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and then was perfectly cured of tho
r'ievoin trouble which had uullrtcd
'ip. 1 now recommend, to uniouo
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Bight in design,
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To curry favor, and ualii trailo fur them
Bcht'8, certain persons have chculatcd, tuut
tliu City Ftcd Store IMI'OUTS NO OOOD3.
The above Is only done to depreciate our
business to the Interest of theirs. We wish
to state that our BILLS OF LADING at our
storo speak for themselvis and that nc sell
us good goudt as any In our line of business,
and as low as the lowest.
CITY FEED 8T0HE,
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Honolulu, II. I. 4S'J-2w
Sailors' Homo Restaurant
Lu Hung Co,, I'reprlctors.
Chioken and Ico Cream Sundays.
All new, neat and clean. . . .
Hoard (por month) $17.00
21 Meal TioketB 4.00
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Tho Treasury statement b1iow-:
Available caeh balance, S22G,033,
488; gold reserve, !?134,050,300.
Tho Secretary of tho Tieosury
has ruled that tho admission of
Canadian trained nurses to work
in Amoricau hospitals U in viola
tion of tho alien labor law. b
It is snid John Sherman will bo
McKinley's Secretary of State.
Harvard defeated Princotou io
joint debato, tho deoision being
ugaiust m amendment of tho Con
stitution to give tho United StatoB
responsible cabinet government.
Boswell G. Horr, ex-Congressman
of Now Jersey, died nt Plain
ii"ld on tho 18th, aged GG years.
Ho was noted ns a journalist ns
well as one of tho ablest debntors
Milwaukee's semi - centennial
in 1S98 will have hanging gardens
in its celebration, modeled after
tho famouB ones of anoiont Baby
lon. Edwin M. Field, son of tho
lato 1 Cyrus W. Field, was arraign
ed ina New York police court lor
intoxication. Pi oof wos made
that ho was insane and not diunk.
Edwin has gone tlnough an im
mense fortune left him by his
A mob nt Bussollville, Ken
tucky, shot one and hanged two
of tho Proetor family awaiting
trial for tho murder of two men
named Crafton. One of the P100
tors hud been tried thrco times
Lazarus Morgenthau, a New
York Philanthropist, has started
a scheme to huvo Uonnau orphan
gills married,- with small dowries
provided a well as husbands. On
each of four festival days in tho
year there will bo four weddings
in the sclnie. Tho first b'dch
will go to tho altar on AVnshiug
The Baltimoto Sugar Kofineiy
Company Iiiib passed into the
1 hands of tho Aniorienn Suimi
Bolinery Company. This deal of
the Trust was mado for the pur
pose of placating certain stock
holders, who objected to tho con
tinued idleness of tho plant.
Great frauds aro charged
against the management of sundry
Gould faintly interests It is
alloged also that tho Gould for
tune is breaking up through bad
The American Sugar Befiuory,
better known as the sugar trust,
has closed a deal for 1100 shares
of tho "Woolstfi Spico Company
of Toledo, O., being eleven eight
eenths of its total stock. The
price to bo paid is S1,2G5,000.
This deal is in tho naturo of
roprisals ngainst tho Arbuoklos,
''the coffoo kings," for their start
ing of a sugar refinery at Biook
lyn. PACIFIC COAST.
Thistloton's libel suit against
Father Yorko collapsed at tho pre
liminary hearing on the point
that there was no libel iu saying n
man had boon "iu San Quoutin."
Thore are two or three towns
known as San Quentiu.
McKinloy is favorably consid
ering tho proposition to givo tho
Coast a representative in the Cabi
net. So says his nephew, Goo. E.
Morse, just returned to San Fran
cisco from Canton, O.
Mrs. Sarah B. Cooper, founder
of tho kindergarten system iu San
Fraucisco, has come to a most
Inmoutublo end. An insane
daughtor caused her own aud her
mother's death by turning on tho
rub in a room. Both wore buried
together. Mrs. Cooper loft many
holographic wills, and her daugh
ter likewise. It will bo a ijitestion
of tho latest date.
FEDERATION OF LABOll.
Prosidont Gorapors has boon
ro elected by tho Federation of
Labor in session at Cincinnati. A
resolution was presented by n
Boston delegate, domaudiug a re
vision of tho Constitution of tho
United States and of tho Consti
tutions of tho individual States
J thereof, so as to deprive Courts of
the power to set amdo laws duly
ojiaetetl by the eliosen lepresouta
tives of the peop e.
The discussion was participat
ed in by most of the delegates.
The imprisonment of Eugeno V.
Debs and other labor leaders pro
secuted 011 account of strikes alid
tlit income tax decision woro ro
ferred to bitterly. Some of tho
speakers condemned tho Courts
severely, but most hold that the
Constitutions wero against tho
laboring classes more than tho
Courts, and favored abolishing
all Constitutions, as it was diffi
cult to amend these instruments
so as to comply with the changes
of tho times. The resolutiou was
DOINGS IK COS(2IU;SN.
RECOGNITION OF CUDA.
Tho Senate committco on for
oign relations has agreod to re
port the Cameron resolution on
Cuba amended to road ub follows:
"Kesolvod, By tho Senate and
Houso of Representatives assem
bled, that the indopendeuco of tho
republic of Cuba be, and tho samo
is horeby acknowledged by tho
United States of America.
"Section 2. That tho United
States will uso its friendly olliees
with tho Government of Spain to
bring to a clos the war betweon
Spain and Cuba."
It is thought likely that Piesi
dent Cleveland will veto the reso
lution, nud that it will then bo
passed ovor his veto. Such action
might bo taken by Spain as equal
to a declaration of war.
Secretary Oluey was beforo tho
committoe and nrgued against tho
resolution, llo denied tho rumor
that Consul Gonoral Leo had
mado a roport on tho gonoral situ
ation iu Cuba.
Senator Morgan, in n colloquy
with Secretary Olnoy, said: "I
. culd establish, if need bo, a pro
tectorate. I would follow much
the buino policy wo aro pursuing
with regard to Hawaii, and I
would seud an army of occupa
tion to tho island if necessary, .as
we ditl in the case of Moxico."
The Spalding Pacific Cable bill
has been introduced. It will bo
combated by tho opposition com
Russian statesmen aro schem
ing to promote exports to Ameri
ca. An alleged Italian countess is
iu jail in London for stealing laco
from a Wedt End storo.
A Milan papur reports tho
elopement of Signor Orispi's
daughtor, Princess Lingua-Glos-sa,
with oiio of her servants.
DPltOAIl IN ITALIAN CIIAMHEIt.
A Sooinlist in tho Italian
Chamber of Deputies caused an
uproar, in tho discussion of a bill
providing nn annual allowanco of
1,000,000 lire to tho Crown Prince
of Naples from tho time of his
marriage to Princess Helouo of
Montoncgo, by declaring that tho
whole civil list should bo abolish
ed and adding that tho Socialists
considored tho monarchy a use
less burden. Ho was ordered to
withdraw his remarks. Tho Mar-
Suis di Budini, promier, assured
10 Socialists that tho houso of
Savoy was so deeply rooted in tho
hoart of tho peoplo that it would
uever need to tako arms in its
own defense, but only to dofond
the honor of tho country. This
statement wub gioeted with pro
longed cheeriug, after which the
Chamber adopted a motion ox
pressing gratiludo aud devotion
to tho King.
MAOEO HUHELY DEAD.
Roberto Solar,who spont bovoii
toon months in a Cuban insurgent
camp, Iiub arrived in Florida.
Ho says ho saw a letter that
Cuntinueit on 10th W
SUICIDE OP A CHINAMAN
1IAMJIMJ TO 1IIK WAI.I.
or ins iioo.li.
rr Tom-hlug tin (Jmiinil
Drllbrrnln One r hell
Demriicllini. At an early hour this morning
tho police wero notified that Tong
Wau, a Ohineso shoemaker vilio
keeps ft little shop on Nuuanti
street, just mauka of tho Louvro
saloon, had committed suicido by
Doputy Marshal Hitchcock wout
to tho Bceno nud found the body
hanging to a peg on tho wall.
Tho toes woro touching the ground
to such au extent as to show that
it was a deliberate ease of self
destruction. Tho body was cut
down and afterwards examined by
Dr. Emerson for any marks of
violence. Nono woro found and
he certified to tho Marshal that
clou th was caused by strongula
Hon. Under tho circumstances
Coroner Hitchcock conducted that
nn inquest was unnecessary, ami
tho body was turned ovor to tho
fellow-countrymen of tho deceased
Goo Kim, the Chinese Commer
cial Agent and Consul, was so
quainted with tho doceasod.
Ho says that tho man had been
iu a despondont state for some
days, being possessed with the
notion that another Chinese was
trying to got tho lonso of his shoo
shop away from him.
Doputy Marshal Hitchcock iB
of tho opinion that tho man wns a
confirmed opium Bmoker aud that
ho committed buicido in a fit of
despondeucy caused by excessive
use of tho drug.
By request of Mrs. Willis a
special piayor wag offorod, nt tho
Christmas services in St. An
d row's Cathedial, for tho rocovory
of tho United States Minister,who
has been very low for several
Rev. J. M. Monroe, pastor of
tho Christian Church, having no
Christmob day services, called a
special meeting ofprnjer at tho
cliurph. It was held at 7:30 in
tho oveniug nud, although tho
uotico was necessarily scant,
thoro wns a goodly attoudanco of
members and adherents. The
exoicises were impressho.
Appropriate) sciiptures wero
road aud hymns sung, and tho
pastor delivered an addross ou tho
power of prayer, giving illustra
tions from the Biblo and his per
sonal observation. Ho nnd several
of tho members offorod forvont
prayers for tho restoration to
health of tho distinguished official.
Rev. II. AV. Peck, pastor of tho
Methodist church, haviug ac
cidentally learned of tho mooting,
was prosont and, on Mr. Monroo'B
invitation to tako part, delivered
somo feeling romnrks nud led in
This afternoon tho condition of
Miuibter Willis is unchanged.
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Ilrifardlni; llnluler Ilecr.
A great deal is truly said re
gauling Rainier beer as a bever
ago. It is a light, sparkling beer,
which is particularly palatable
aud refreshing during tho warm
days of summer. As n mild tonic,
particularly for peoplo who need
n light stimulant, Rainier beor
is of such merit that its uso is
frequently rocoinnionded by Soat
tlo physicians lu the making of
Rainier boor, the Seattle Browiug
& Malting Co. uses only tho
highest quality of hops and malt,
and tho process of brewing is
carried out with systematic and
intelligent euro, which insures a
perfect product. Tho reputation
of Rainier boor, both nt homo ami
abroad, attests its unbounded
merits. On tap or in bottles at
Pkioe 5 Clnts.
ih-mtii 01 m. nifi.viui.vr.
The tn.i Cmiiip Yolentit Micr
noi.ii nt tliu 1! hlriViui'.
M. Molnorny, the wollkuown
merchant of this city, died ester
day afternoon at the family resi
dence on Judd ofreet and will bo
buiied this afternoon in tho Nuu
auu cemetery. Tho ch-eoned had
been failing in lienltb tor some
timo aud his end was not unex
pected Mr. M liieruy was of Iiibh
liiitii. having fust Been the light
of day in County Clare. G5 years
ngo. He hud bf rn a resident of
Honolulu nearh fmty yeur, hav
ing come hero fiom 'ew York in
tho year 1857 lie ws n ship
oarpoulei by tiudo, and followed
thatvocatiou for the first Ti-wyeara
of his residence bote He thou
engaged in tho drygoods business
on the corner of Fort nnd Mor
chant streets, in which ho wns
most successful and where tho
business has boon continued ovor
Bince. About twoyonra ago failing
health forced him to givo up
active participation iu tho largo
and lucrative business ho had
established and it has since been
conducted by his throe sons. Ho
lenvos u widow and four children
to mourn his loan.
The funeral will take place from
tho family residence on Judd
street at 3 o'clock, tho interment
beine in Nuuanu cenWorv. Tlu
arrangements aro in charge of H.
jj.. 11 mianiB.
Tho religious services at tho
houso nnd at the gravo will bo
conducted by Hev. Fathor Mathias.
Tho pall 'owners will bo David
Davtmi, Captain J. A. King, F.
AV. Macfarlano, Mark Robiiibon,
John Cassidy and Goorgo Camp
bell. I'OMOK COUItT MVrri-'IlS.
It ore Opium 4'HNea IlNintkctl OT-Not
Jllllly or Axiulllf.
Iu tho police court this morn
ing Judge "Wilcox imposed tbo
usual fine on oloveu Clnistmas
Iu the opium caso of Koola, tho
(lcf ndant was given until tho 29th
to determine wl.othor ho was
guilty or not.
Ah Fat pleaded not guilty on
two charges of opium iu posses
sion nud bribery nnd his trial was
sot for the 29th.
Tho dozen or mpro Chinese,
known as tho Aswan crowd, woro
up for trial for opium smoking.
Sam Chong and Ah Yong plendecl
guilty and wero fined $,"50 each
and tho lest wore allowed io go.
Policeman Chun Poon was
charged with assault and battery
by WougJPoy, who swore that tho
policeman throw him down tho
stops of tho police htation. Tho
evidence showed that tho piosecu
ting witness persisted iu binokiug
in the police station after having
his attention called to a uotico on
tho wall prohibiting it, and was
gontly thrown out. Chun Poon
wub discharged by tho Court ami
tho proceedings of tho day come
to au end.
NlH'i'lnl Cliiirnl Sen Ice.
At St. Audrow's cathedral to
morrow (Sunday) ovoning nt G:30
o'clock, tho choir will render sev
eral Christmas carols. Iu ono,
"It Came Upon tho Midnight
Clear," the solo will bo takon by
Miss McGrow. In nddition to tho
carols thoro will also bo given
Gounod's "Nazareth" and Adam's
"Nool." All seats aro froo, and
overyono is cordially invited to
lirlMiuaN Nn I Ire.
If you want to find out what u
dollar will purohaso in tho way of
groceries for Christmas, just brinjj
oue aloug to tho Pnlama Grocery,
and you will bo surprised ntits
purchasing power. Celestials nro
usually close buyers, and tho tact
that wo 6orve a good number of
thorn speaks volumes for our
prices. II. Cannon, Pnlama Gro
cery, opposito Railway Dopot,
King street. Tolephono 705 every
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