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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 20, 1897.
Notice for Tenders.
Sealed TVmlerH for publishing the
Hot of Delinquent Taxpayers for 1890,
In the KuglMi tunl Hawaiian lau
gunges In weekly newspapers, will be
rerelvtd lit the Tax Assessor's Olllce,
Honolulu, until 1- o'clock noon,
SATURDAY, March the 20th Inst.
Further Information can be had by
application to the Asesior.
The As-rnor does not bind himself
to utvept the lowest or any bill.
Itil-Ht Asci"Hnr First D'vll"i).
OfKH K OP TIIK HliAItt) OF HBXIiTH, 1
HoLOluliI, Murch 17, 1M)7. j
N.illiv I hereby given that YOKO
HAMA, JAPAN, Is uu ISI-'l-X'l'HO
l'OltT; that, until further notice, nil
Ves"el Hint l'usxengers from Yoko
hama, Japan, will be strictly itiaruti.
tlni-il for the full petloi! of Klgbteeu
Dayi from date of leaving Yokoliuiiui.
nrdir of tho lJril uf Iliulth.
501 ;it Secretary.
Tenders for Beef Cattle.
OmrK of tiik Ho-viu) of Health, i
Honolulu, March 17, lb')7.
Tenders will he received at this
Olllce until 1'J o'clock noon, WKD
NMM)N, March 31, 1S17, for supply
ing iIih Leper .Settlement at Molokal
with 1 K.U Heef Cattle, or CL Good
Hei f t'attle, to weh'h not les- than .'1)11
oiiiiiN iiit wi't'ii ilie ed. Cuttle to
be ill liven d ill the Leper Settlement
tit an uver-ige of nbmit iiiuetv head
per month, 'ortl e period of nix months
ending rfepteiulier :'.u, 1S')7.
The tender mint be for the price per
pound dreieo, and not per head.
Hides and Tillow to be the property
of the Board.
The Hoard of Health does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any bid.
Hv order of the llourd of Health.
1? Eueiir$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1897.
Siuco tho rolenso of Mrs. YVnltor
M. Cnstlo there hns been nu
nliirtning increnso of "kleptoma
nia" in the west end of Loudon.
One leading storekeeper, disgust
ed tit huviiiK no protection from
the tiutlioritics, took tho law into
his own hands. Ho caught n well
to-do ludy stealing in his store
several times. Finally, he took
her to his private- oflico, where he
gave her the choice of arrest or a
sound thrashing. She chose pas
sing under tho rod and tho mer
chant's sister, miumgeresH of tho
store, belabored tho gentlo thief
with a birch until sho howled for
mercy aud swore- she would steal
Honolulu has reason to be
proud of tho Iron Works bearing
its name. Constant development
and progress have been tho aim of
their successivo managements for
many years. Nothing but tho
most advanced and oflicieut ma
chinery and labor-saving appli
ances will do thero. Tho Hono
lulu Iron Woiks have long been
at tho head of industrial enter
prise in this city, and bid fair to
continue so for an indefinite pe
riod. One of tho fresh cuitbes for dis
content among tho Uitlundors of
the Transvaal is the pus-mgo of a
law by the Yolksraad, making it
compotont for itpolf to pass
laws overriding decisions of
tho courto. Tho foreign press
is furious, nml oven Dutch
papors call a halt on such
legislation. Tt makes an oud of
tho security of property.
, Ililo streets aro to bo swept and
tho sweepings used as fortili.or.
Tho climato must havo changed
there, tho rain going not to Spain
but to Olna. It has boon usual in
Hilo that, iu tho fow hours' inter
vals between freshets, not ovon
pstrich feed could ha gathered olT
Whist has taken such a hold on
Hilo that it will not bo surprising
to hear of sermons by tho local
proachers on such topics as
"Leads," tho "Call and Echo," otc.
Tin: ih:ai,ams iroici.vi.it.
Alter Hie lint
lnitireoiloiii liy I.ml
Tho following sketch hns beou
handed in by a lady guest of the
Uealani Yacht and Hoat Club last
How it all comes back to me
this morning, "after the ball," and
yet tho old interrogatory ro
mains unanswered, Which gives
us the most pleasure Anticipa
tion, Patticipntiou or Retiospec
tionV On tho auspicious evening
of March nineteenth, 1SU7, young
hearts bounded over anticipated
joys. Tho Hoalani JJoat Club
hung out its beacon light, and
pleasure seekers iloeked to tho
harbor to dance uuder its welcom
ing beams. The Kawaihau quint
otto woro seated for business and
tho pleasure of participation com
menced. Aro we being "Rocked
in the cradlo of tho deep?" Not
quite. 'Tis only tho goutlo sway
ing of tho boathouso as light
feet touch tho waxed lloor
to tho rhythm of tho "two-stop."
Even inanimate boards must
vibrate as tho soul within them
gives response to tho sound of
such sweet music. Though the
walls of .Jericho fell with great
shouts and sounds of tt urn pots
when the i ight chord was struck.the
Hoalani boathouso remains intact
and tho lunar rainbow set in the
midnight heavens promises many
futuro revels under clear, island
skies. As we sit on tho spacious
voranda aud watch tho dancers
and listou to tho melodious strains
of earth flouting out and up, to
join iu the music of tho spheres,
wo wonder if it is truo, what poets
and dreamers tells us, that heaven
is round about us. Certainly a
littlo patch of it has found ad
hesiveness on Oahu as tho full
moon looks down iu sympathy
with our yoarnings after happi
uess, on this March night.
1 began with retrospection and
a quory. Whatever tho mystery
still remaining over tho three
words that represont tho sum of
daily life, the fact is plain that
tho Healauis are a huccoss aud
their eutcrtaiuments leave us with
pleasant memories. Kih.a.
1 1 1 ('Kara llelnre Hie Supreme
I'.mrt .llitlti't-N hi I'lntiiilicr.
Following aro tho cases beforo
tho Supreme Court this morning:
S. Takauori vs. IT. Kauai, dam
ages for malicious prosecution.
Appeal of plain till' from Fourth
Circuit. Wise for plaintiff; Lit
tlo for defendant. Aigued aud
J.R. Wilson vs. L. A. Androws.
Appeal of plaintiff from Fourth
Circuit. Motion of defendant to
dismiss appeal. Littlo for plain
tiff; Wiso for defendant. Wilson
sued for tho recovery of S2o from
Sheriff Androws of Hawaii out of
$130.20 attached for debt in a suit
of Captain Rosohill against
Iiovnn Montague, manager of tho
Montague- Faust circus. Ho
claims ho bad obtained judgment
in tho District Court prior to that
in Rosehill's suit. Partly argued
when tho Court adjourned at 12
in. to 10 o'clock Monday morning.
Judge Perry heard tho motion
of plaintiiT for a decree in tho case
of Peter High Co. vs. Francis
Dunn aud E. II. F. Woltor, on
judgment dismissing plaintiffs'
bill in equity. Tho motion was
mado I)) plaintitTa hecauao defen
dants had not prepared a decree,
and iu equity an appeal can not be
taken from a decibiou but from a
decree. Mr. Davw for defendants
opposed tho motion, but Judge
Porry granted it, thus giving
plaiutill's a standing iu tho
Supremo Court on their appeal.
Kinney ,v. ltallou for plaiutill's.
In the case of the Republic of
Hawaii vs. J M. Vivas aud othors,
conductois of a Portuguese paper,
Deputy Attorney General Dole
has tiled n certificate declining to
prosecute. Tho prosecutors of the
libel woro C. Perreira aud othors,
who conducted a rival paper.
Thoy had won a civil suit against
dofondnnts, and uudor a peaceful
compiotwiso tho coutiovorsy is
now all settled,
NOTES I'ltOtl HAWAII.
Acllvlt) III lliillilliii: Operation
Pay sou Caldwoll, formerly
editor of tho Tribune,and his wife
will leave Hilo on tho first sailing
Tho uow steel bridge across
Uonornu gulch is completed, aud
Manager Ross and his wife woro
among tho first to drivo across it.
Tho bridgo across Kawainui gulch
was started Monday wook and tho
abutments for tho bridgo ncross
Kapohu gulch, botween Popeokeo
and Honotnu, is woll under way.
J. W. Butler, of tho J. V. But
ler Paper Company, Chicago, a
volcano tourist, says if there was
a cablo to tho Coast, aud a littlo
swifter ocean carriage, Hawaii
would bo sought by thoso desiring
to ovoid the ligors of winter from
all over tho world, tf Hawaii had
a cable ho would becomo a colTee
planter aud spend six months of
every year on the island, and most
likely twelve months.
Every team in rlilo is working
from early morn till late, hauling
sand, rockKcemeut, lime, lumber,
hardware, roofing irou, to all por
tions of tho town, aud buildings
aro going up on every block.
' wi.. : n. ii. ...:.i. n...i
II mil la iiiu luauur Willi linn
man t a Tribuno localist writes.
I havo scon him iu all tho four
ends of Hilo within tho past hour.
Ho is a stranger in town trying to
find a vacant houso to move into.
Last night ho rpnted a mango treo
but that has sinco boon secured
on a long lease aud he is again on
J. P. Amaral is now working at
the 1.1th mile on tho now Puna
road. Ho also starts a gang of
men to work on tho last mile of
his contract, working from Pahoa
Officers of tho Monday Evening
Whist Club nowly elected are:
President, Mrs. John A. Scott;
vico - president, Mrs. Charles
Furneaux;secrotary aud treasurer,
Mr. Lowis Tumor.
Mr. Fulchor's projected now
store at Olaa will bo 21 foot front
by GO foot doep.
V. A. Hardy ifc Co. now own
and oporato tho soda works that
used to bo Hobson's.
A Koua correspondent of tho
Tribuno writes: Everything in
Koua points to prosperity with
tho men who have put their money
thore, but thero is out thing about
which thoy kick. Tho Govern
ment appropriated monoy for a
now road, from Maguiro's to Hoo
kena, a point 10 miles south. The
road is being built, but only 1(!
foot, instead of 20 wide, as it
should be. The contracts havo
been lot, and sublet until tho
work is in tho hands of peoplo
who kuow nothing about road
building. Thero can be no good
como out of this, aud in six
months or a year fiotn now tho
Government will havo to spend a
lot of mouoy doing tho work over
again. Thero seoms to bo no
supervision on the part of tho
Govorumont representatives, and
the result will bo a hit or miss
Regarding road building north
of Hilo town, tho Tribuno is in
formed that work that was being
prosecuted uudor the management
of Mr. Ross at a cost to tho Gov
ernment of $1.80 a foot has been
Btopped aud a baud of Japaueso
put to work under day work at 75
cents a day, and 331) days' work is
to bo paid for each 100 fret of
road constructed, which is $2.50 a
foot, as against $1.80. And, furth
ermore, tho amount of this con
tract is $750 and its lotting is in
violation of tho law, which limits
such piece work to $500 and under.
(ilu me i class of bock beer,
It (.uiiH't bill nine n Yt.nr,
S.ilU I In! thirst nun to tliii bur U-iuliT
We ilnn't Klip II on tup,
yalO tin- mixer, lonKInt; ll.it,
11 11 1 to till! Allllllir 1 Mill Mllll Jllll.
Now on tap at this favorito ro
soit. Portiaits onlarged from small
photos aud handsomely framed
for $10 at King Uros.
JEL G. BIAJ&T,
I01J Fort Htuet.
Jeweler aid Watcmaer.
gJST" Having bought out the entire
stock ot J K. OmiieH I am prepureit
to (iiriilMi First clans Jewelry at rea
WalctnikiiE and ftepairloj d Specialty.
Sfcir Native Work of all kinds. Also
"TRIBUNE" 1897 WHEELS,
We have just received our
1897 Tribune Wheels and
invite inspection. We have
them both for Ladies and
Gents and we have plenty of
them on hand and more on the
The '97 Tribune is an im
provement over its predecessors
and is second to none. Among
the changes made we might
mention the increase of the
upper frame tube to 1 1-8 in.,
and the adoption of one inch
tubular seat post, secured by
clamp, retaining otherwise the
same foim of forging into
which the rear tubes are brazed.
The crank fastening is also im
proved, and secured more posi
tively by the use of a small
key instead of clamp screw;
the matched corrugations of
the shaft and crank are retained.
We are selling '97 Tribunes
For a good, strong, durable
wheel for every day use we
have the "Stormeu." It is a
cheap wheel for the money
and will be found quite as ser
viceable as some ot the higher
priced ones. It is the '97 pat
tern and has all the late im
provements. We also have a few "Zimmy"
wheels on hand, which we are
closing out at $A. They are
cheap at double the money.
We carry a full line of bicy
cle sundries of all kinds, such
as wooden handle bars, shoes,
pumps, etc., at reduced prices.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckels' Bank.
NO. 307 FORT STKT3ET.
a Yielding to a universal do
p maud, I havo again inaugurated
j a series of my
Most of you nro acquainted
with tho mode of proceduro, but
to thoso who aro not, wo would
oxplaiu, that it is a plan devised,
whoroby you get a Fine Solid
Gold Vatch,of recognized value,
by payiug a weokly sum of
It is of espocial valuo to thoso
who could not afford tho ontiro
amount in ono payment, and
appeals to thoso who do not
euro for tho Dollar it costs them
It took less than ouo week to
fill ono club complete, and ono
halt of a second club. This alouo
is sulliciout guiirnuteo of its
popularity, aud of tho confulouco
placed upon tho reliability of
thoso in charge. Glub numbor
ono draws today.
Olub number two will bo full
boforo tho uoxt wook is out.
Each day adds from ono to two
dozen mimes to tho list.
Will you bo ouo to join this
California State Analyst.
Royal Baking Powder is Superior
to all in Purity and Strength.
" For purity and care in preparation the Royal
Baking Powder equals any in the market, and
our test shows that it has greater leavening
power than anyof which we have any knowledge."
Prof Chcmitliy I 'aivmily of dlijomj,
Analyst California State Board of Health, etc., etc.
V V W V V WV W Vk W W V W SL ssv w t v v w
No careful housekeeper can afford to
use any baking powder but Royal.
Patent - Shaft - Springs
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Invouteil anil Patented by W. W. WRIGHT.
It Obliterates All Horse Motion,
This device can bo attached to Any Brake
with Straight Shafts.
u'iV Fr 'UH particulars, call on or address
W. W. WRIGHT,
Proprietor Honolulu Curringe Manufactory, Fort street, abovo Hotel.
JUST "RECEIVED BY
HOLLISTER & CO.
From the Factories of
Henry Olav & H3ock & Co.
Corner Fort &
The undersigned will pay a reward
of 3 for the detection of the person
who Bitot anil killed three fanny Htock
PiuuotiH heloiiglut: to my Hon Carl.
J UU US HOTING.
Honolulu, March 17, 18!)7. 5G0-3t
!iiULICA L ,a.lS;l?-l'?.m'i' (TO DAlA,TV' ' X. I
I&!wItf"V . flLr ) PACKED I N wm? .' J
l'Y 'IMIIM SPECIALUV POR WQI. j9
ViaOneTrial will pro?e their gerir j mmKJst j
All accounts of THREE mouths or
longer tttnmUiiK, will ho placed In the
huudtt of our attorney lor colltctiou
unless Imtuedlute settlement Is made.
552 15t J. J. KGAN.
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