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EVENING BULLETIN, JDNE 18, 1897.
Tenders for the Purchase
of Hides and Tallow.
Office of the-Boahd of Health,
Honolulu, Juuo 16, 1897.
Tenders for purchase of Hides
and Tallow from the .Board of
Health for the period of six
months ending Decomber 31,1897,
will bo received at this Office un
til 12 o'clock noon, Wednesday,
June 23, 1897.
The tender must be for the
price per pound for Hides and for
Tallow delivered on the wharf,
Honolulu, on weights approved by
nn Agent of tho Board of Health.
Payments aro to bo made in U. 8.
Gold Coin, immediately aftor do
livory of goods.
The Board does not bind Hselt
to accept the highest or any bid.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
President of tho Board of Health.
Tho time for rocoiviug tenders
herein invited is postponed until
THURSDAY, Juno 24, at 12
Tenders for Supplies.
Office or the Boaiid or Health,
Honolulu, June 1(5, 1807.
Tenders will bo received at this
ollico until 12 o'clock noon, Wed
nesday, Juno 23,1897, for furnish
ing the Bureau of Health with
supplies specified in tho fol
lowing schedules, for tho period
of six months, ending Decembor
Bids for Horns of ench schednlo
must bo mndo Hopnrately, and each
tondor should bo plainly marked:
"lender for Supplies, Board of
The Board of Health does not
bind itself to accopt the lowest or
WILLIAM 0. SMITH,
Prosid6nt of tho Board of Health.
""Materials and Supplies for use
of tho Bureau of Health and tho
Leper Settlement, Molokai, to bo
delivored in quantities ordered by
Agents of the Board of Health
f. o. b. island steamers or any
other place in Honolulu.
Hough N. W. Lumber, per M.
T & G Lumber N. W., 1x6,
Bedwood Shingles, per M.
llodwood Surfaced, per M.
Redwood Battens, x3, per M.
Redwood fonco posts, each.
Doors, 2x6x0, 1 in., each.
Window sash, 10x12 and 10x14,
Iron Cut Nails, lOd basis, per
Boiled Oil, Hubbuck's, per
White Lead, Hubbuck's Gen
uine, por lb.
Turpentine, por gal.
Cement, WbitoBroB., Portland,
Lime, por Bbl.
Galv. Iron piping, J in, in,
and 1 in, per foot.
PItOYISIONS AND 8U1TLIEH.
Rico, No. 1, up to 000 bags.
Bread, Medium (Sumplos to bo
furnishod), up to GOO cases.
Flour, best quality, J sacks, up
to 2uD Bbls.
Sugar, No. 1 raw, up to 200
Baking Powder, Royal, 4oz tins,
up to 20 gross.
Salmon, best red, up to 120
Soap, brown, (100 lb boxes),
21b bins, up to 200 boxes.
Matches, long card, up to 300
Suit, coarse, per ton, up to COO
Oil, Kerosene up to 200 cases.
Coal, Depaiture Bay, per 2000
lb tou, in sacks to 20 tons.
Hay and Grain to bo delivored
at the Garbage Stables, near cor
ner of South and Queon streets.
The tender must be for weight de
livored at the Stables.
Hay, Wheat or Oat, up to 150
Bran, up to 1C0 bags.
Oats, up.to 150 bags.
Supplies for tho IuBano Asylum
to bo delivered in quantities re
quired, and subject to inspection
and approval of tho Medical
Beef, ono foro quarter, rumps
and rounds, iu quantities to suit,
Btif btcak, in quantities to suit,
Bread, fresh, about 30 loaves
Bread, medium, i cases por
Beans, Bayo, por 100 lbs.
Baking Powder, Royal, 16 oz
tint, per doe.
Brooms, Steamboat or Mill,
Coffee, green Eona, 100 lbs per
Flour, best quality, in J sacks,
Onions, per lb .
Potatoes, Island, per lb.
Pork, extra clear, bbl per
Rice, No. 1, per 100 lbs.
Sugar, No. 1, raw, 600 lbs. por
Solt, coarse, 100 lbs. por month.
Salmon, best red, 3 bbls. por
Tea, China Pouohong, 1 box per
Tomatoes, canned, 3 cases por
Wood, Algoroba, 3 cords per
Tho timo for receiving tenders
heroin invited is postponed until
THURSDAY, June 24, at 12
o'clock noon. 637-2t
PROGRAM OF EVENTS
June 23d Sports.
Following is tho program of
sporting events arranged by tho
sub-committeo having tho matter
in charcre. for tho Diamond Jubi
lee, which takes place on Juno 23d:
Committee: A. G. M. Robert
son, W.F. Love and H. E. Walker.
All outrios to bo in beforo noon,
Saturday, June 19th, at tho office
of A. G. M. Robertson; first race
to start at 8 a. m.
1. Yacht. Second olass. First
prize. $50; second prize, $25.
Courso: Off Waikiki and return.
2. Cuuoe, six - paddlo. First
prizo: .$20; second prize, $10.
Course: From start to first can
buoy and return.
3. Six-oared sliding-soat barge.
Prize: $50. Course: ' Spar buoy
4. Five-oared whaloboat. First
prize: SCO; second prizo, $20.
Courso: Spar buoy and return.
5 Ton-oared barge. Prizo: ?C0.
Course: Bell buoy and return.
6. Surf-boat race for shipa' crews.
Course: Knuckle buoy and return.
First prizo, $30, second prize, SIC
Starting point for nil races will
be off tho Inter-Island wharf.
At Kapiolani Park, commencing
at 10 o'clock n. m.
Committee: Thomas Wright,
Charles Crazier and Douglas Col
lins. 1. 100 yards dash for boys un
der 14 yours.
2. 80 yards dash for girls under
3. Hulf-mile bioyclo race (freo
for all) for boye.
4. Half-mile bioyolo raoo (freo
for all) for girls.
C. 80 yards dash for boys under
0. 60 yurds dash for girls under
12 years. ,
7. 00 yurds dash for boys under
10 years. ,
8. CO yards dash for girls under
9. 50 yards dash for boys under
10. 50 yards dash for girls uu
dor 8 years.
11. Ropo skipping oontost for
12. Ropo skippiug contest for
13 Sack raco for boys undor 14
14. nigh jump for boys under
16 yea re.
15. Broad jump for boys nder
16. Post Ollico raco for girls.
17. Wbool nice for boys,
1. Ono-mile bioyclo (open).
2. Ono-milo running.
3. 100-yard dash.
4. 150 yards, wheelbarrow.
5. Half-mile bioyole (open).
6. 120 yards hurdle.
7. One milo bioyole (second
8. Running high jump.
9. One-milo bioyolo (novice).
10. Throo-leggod race.
11. Half - milo bioyole (second
12. Polo vault.
13. Putting 16-pound shot.
14. One-milo bioyole (tandem).
15. Half-mile run.
16. Running broad jump.
17. 440 yard foot race.
18. Sack race.
19. Two-mllo bicycle (opon to
20. Ring throwing contest.
21. 100 yards dash (for boys
under 16 years).
22. Novelty raco. Ono milo
bioyclo, ono milo walking and one
mile running; a liberal money
23.220 yards dash. Special
prizo Watoh, suitably inscribed,
Excopting whore othor prizps
will bo given, gold mednls will bo
awarded to the winners of tho
foregoing races; silver medals for
Committee: Thomas Wright,
F. Harrison, G. S. Harris, Jr., and
B. F. Beardmoro. All entries to
bo in before noon, Saturday, Juno
19th, and all entries to be made
to Thomns Wright. 632-td
Kliitlerenrtcit (Irncluatlni; F.xerclnc
The graduating exercises of the
class of 1897, Honolulu Kinder
garton Training School, will take
placo in tho Child Garden, Boro
tania street, at 3:30 o'clock this
aftornoon. The following pro
gram has been arranged:
Prayer. . . .Rev. O. M. Hyde, D.D.
Piano Solo Clara Anderson
(a) Motive Representing the
(b) Reaping Movement.
Mary O. Alexander.
Essay Aesthetio Culture in the
Minnio A. Morris
Original Fairy Story The Pa
laco Beautiful Jessie Neil
Chorus Wind Song
P. and M.Hill
By tho School.
Essay Truthfulness, tho Per
vading Atmosphoro of tho
Kindergarten.. .Carrio E. Bray
Address Rev. D. P. Birnio
Presentation of Diplomas....
Mrs.O.M. Hyde, President of
the Free Kindergarten Asso
ciation. Address to the Graduates
Frances Lawrence, Director
of tho Training School.
Chorus Mouutain Lullaby. . . .
M. E. D. Froar
By tho School.
The graduates for 1897 aro Miss
Carrie E. Bray and Minnie A.
TO ANNEX HAWAII.
I"rclil-.lt and t'uliliirt Said to
Hate Agreed Upon it I'lmi.
Now Yotk, N. Y., Juno 6.
Tho Press' Washington special
says: Tho President is said to
bo contemplating seriously tho
annexation of Hawaii. In this
purpose tho President and Cabinet
aro agreed. Tho method is not
fully determined, but it is regard
ed as probable that Hawaii will
bo a part of tho United States
within a year. Tho formalities
can hardly bo completed before.
Jiibllcv Niiurtu Committee.
Tho following Sports Oommit
too will meet at tho Hawaiian
Hotol on Saturday, at 7:30 p. m.:
Thomas Wright, Geo Angus, B F
Beardmoro, O Crozior, W O Roe,
A R Hatfield, H E Walkor, H
Wright, H Herbert, G Harris Jr,
F Harrison, J LucaB, D Collins,
A G M Robortson, J L Torbort,
Hay Wodohouso, L do L Ward,
W F Lovo, W G Singlnhurst, M
B Mucfarlune, Horace Wright, R
A Jordau, W Thompson,
STE1HER KIN MI FOR MAUI AND
A Ship Ptuti Br In the MornluK
Other Note of the Harbor
Marines from the US war ves
sels were ashore for drill this fore
noon. Tomorrow, high tide large 7:00
pmjhigh tide small 8:00 a m; low
tide large 2:10 am; low tida small;
0:15 p ra.
A strange ship was sighted off
port early this morning. It waB
thought at first to be the ship
Roanoke, but tho stranger sailed
Shortly before seven o'clock
this morning, the Inter-Island S
N Co's pile of Wostport coal was
found tn be afire. A fire engine
was sent for, which soon put out
the fire with water from the bay.
The American ship Mary L
Gushjng is to come hero to load
sugar for Now York, from Japan.
The ship Commodore will come
from San Francisco, also to load
for "rouud the Horn." The Com
modore was hero laBt year.
Tho British ship Eurydice,
Captain J F Curtis, arrived at
Port Townsend May 24, from
Hongkong, after what is said to
be tho fastest voyago ever made
by a sailing vessel acrobs tho Pa
cific. The Eurydice mado tho
passage from Mella Heads, which
is at tho entrance to Yokohama
harbor, to Port Townsend boy, in
nineteen days. Tho time of the
Eurydice from tho China Heads
was but twenty-three days. On
May 14, tho ship reeled off 320
miles in twenty-four hours. S F
Tho Aoruwtl Kcacliei Vlclorlu.
Victoria, B.O, Juno 7 Tho
steamship Aorangi, the third ad
dition to tho Canadian-Australian
line, reached port early this morn
ing under difficulties. It left
Sydney on tho 10th of May, but
the machinery broke down several
times and stoppages delayed the
vessel three days in reaching
Honolulu. The same trouble was
experienced afterward, and three
days more were added to the pas
sage. Two very large guns for
Esquimalt defenses arrived on
For Hawaii and Maui, per stmr
Kinau, June 18 S Parker Jr, JF
Woods, A K Agawa, C Trow
bridge and wife, H H Brand, Mrs
H H Brand and child, L B Kerr,
W S Terry, D H Hitchcock, Mr
Hiyamoto, Mrs Roland and 2
children, W Kehaheola and wife,
Miss Happin, O B Dwight, A F
Cooke, Mrs J N Bell, Mrs J Bern
hardt and daughter, Mrs A Wall
and child, Dr J Wight, Mrs
Chang Chick, Mrs Wong Mee, F
Brand, W Rawlins, Mrs Anna
Rico, J Fulcher, H Waterhouse
Jr, R Spreokels and 60 deck.
Finn ay, Juuo 18.
Stmr Kaenn, FarKcr, from Walalua.
Stiur Noeau, Peterson, from Hawaii.
Fiuday, Juno 18.
Stmr Klnau, ClutKc, for .Maul ami Ha
waii. Stmr Kauai, Bruuti, for Ilnn.imaulu mid
CARGOES FROM IBLAND PORTS.
Ex stmr Kacua 450 bags paddy.
ExstmrKocau 1133 bugs sugar, 05 bdls
htdis, 5 ublj tallow.
VKS8KL3 IN POUT.
aSS .Marlon, Boole, Han Diego, March 13.
U 8 S Philadelphia, Cotton, Ban Diego, April
HUMS Nanlwa Kau, Kurooka, Japan,
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am ship Louslana, Ilalcrow, Newcastle,
Am ship A J Fuller, Matthews, Nagasaki,
Am bk Mohican, Sauudcrs, S F, Juuo 0.
Am sch Robert Beatles, Plltz, Newcastle,
Am bktn Kllkltul, Cutlor, Port Oamble,
Am sclir Louis, llntcli, Newcastle, June 13.
Am ttclir Esther Uuliuo, Audcrsou, Lureku,
Am lil; O I) Hrjnut, Colly, Layson Island,
Am thlp Aryan, Bt Clair, Japan, June IS.
Am bktn Aulicr. Calhoun. S P. June 17.
Am bk Albert, Urlullln, S F, Juuo 17,
1776 THE GLORIOUS 4th 1897
Largest and Most - -
- - Varied Stock
IHb H3 'juW'Aj&jo
THE G-LORIOUS FOURTH.
TORPEDOES AND BALLOONS,
Paper Festooning- '
From 6 to 25 Feet
American and Hawaiian Shields. '
Stars and Stripes, Silk Ribbons, ,
American (Now Stylo) Button-holo Buttons,
ALL GOODS ARE NEW AND FRESH.
American and Hawaiian Silk Flags,
American and Hawaiian Printed Flags,
I Decoration Bunting, Etc., Etc, Etc.,
Will be sold at the lowest cash price.
f" Assorted Cases of Firo Works for parties: $7.50, 10,
15, 20 and 25.
I3T Island orders solicited
8. W. LEDEBER,
1894 Hurrah for the Republio of Hawaii 1897
Tommy K. Nathaniel,
Office: Kalawao, Mulokal, H. T.
Abstract and Business
Having been cutt-usled from busi
ness men nil over the Islands fur the
past years, I am prepared to make
Abstracts of Titles or Deeds iu a most
thorough, aocurato aud complete man
ner, and to negotiate sales or leases of
lands belouglug to thoie who are re
siding at tho Settlement on short no
For Rent or Sale.
Neat Cottago and grounds on Nuuanu
lie u r Kukul street, only two minutes wtdk
from the business portion of tho city,
COl-lf A.V. GUAlt&CO.
I. X. L
and promptly filled.
Corner King and Nnu
Corner King and Alakea Streets.
Honolulu, H. I. f
Mrs. A, Schnicilen, Proprietress.
Rooms EnetiMe and Single, with
Board, from $5.50 per week, according
to requirements of the guests.
The only Itoof Promenade Garden
In the city. GEO. OAVENAGH,
Telephone 054. : : : Manager.
Hawaiian Construction Company,
A meeting of the Stockholders of
the Hawaiian Construction Co, L'd t
will be held at the olllce of the Oahu
Hallway & Land Co., at 2 o'clock
i. m., SATURDAY, Juno 10, 1697.
Business of Importance. .
...... W. M. GRAHAM.
0J5-td Secretary H. O. Co.
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