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EVENING BULLETIN, OOTOfiER 22, 1895.
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For tlic infotiunliou of the jinlilii' tho
flo'Jowliig resolution of tho Kxecutitr nuil
.JuJvlsory Council of tho llcpublio of Iln
wiroli, ni.isod July 12tli, ISIH, Is ielnillilicil:
ItcHolveil, tlmt tho l'rostcleiit and inem
rs of tbo Incentive Council bnll bo
jfllclnlly niMro'Woil ninnily by tbo titles of
helrrepcctho offices; Hum, "To tbe Pie
Nrtent", or "Mr. l'tcMeut ", and (tirni
wly tbo uii'iiibors of tbo Cubinet. Tbo
iwrms " Ilxcollcncy ", " Honorable" nn I
vwortls of like ImpoU sbull not bo uneil in
allium ly iuilrosing tbo members of tbo
Exirtit ro Coimoil. lHI-.'lt
tlio same timo there tre national
sorvicos that properly provided
would confer iliivct advantages
upon Honolulu, such ns improved
navigation facilities, tho oniming
up of an oasy ro.id to tho Ivoolnu
side of tho island, moro frequont
inti-r-island mails, ote. "With tho
nution.il lrensnry rcliovod from
strictly city burdiiR, thoro ought
to bo moro money to spond on ull
suc'i uiit'Oiifil oorv.ces.
mo nnaiNNuns wilii he admittkd
11 to tbo Y. M. C. A. vocal class nflrr
rrtibiy o oning next, wbicli will bo tbo lirst
of tin' course, owing to the failure of tbo
lipbls on last I'riilny oenllit;. Seriim your
ticket of I rof. CouK before Hint timo.
rtenleil tenders will bo received fur Hn
wiiiinii Treasury Notes, under tbo Act of
fauo Ut, I8!H, to tbo amount of &W,(0n
in denominations of SI, lux) or multiples
For full pnrtieubirs bidders 1110 retorrrd
'xo tbo bIkivo nientionod Act. Proposal,
will clone nt 12 o'clock noon on Wediusday,
Oct. '2.'M, I8H3.
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu. October 22nd, ISM.
I AM NOW prepared to accept jour orders
ford)ilni(, all kind of eotlmi goiiili,
woolcna, silks, crepei", Inwiif, etc, at
lSJ-tl S W Cor. of Klnu mid Miuumktv St.
AVONARCH and TRIBUNE.
51? Euenin$ Bulletin,
'.Villi wlilcli t Incorpornteil llio
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
TUESDAY, - - OCT. 22, 1895.
Honolulu ought to tako up tho
question of incorporation for full
1 scussion. It is largo enough to
assume the guino us woll us tho
uaino of a city. Tho steady
growth of civilizpil communities
iu diflbront countiy districts is
ono reason wliy tho local all'airs
rf flirt nonlfnl Bbnilbl llAVo n.
i i i i: r i.i mi qucsinm ihu ooinpiuiiiniii iinri-
opar.ue aumiiiibuiuiuu u.u uw. j, ft Chin0S9 orcucstm in full
operation in tho courtroom.
.notion to DUaoltc Injunction Denied
Chinese ltninl 1'Iim On.
Kalohui, nioco of Ilommknlin,
who diod inlostnto, petitions that
sho bo nppointod as administra
trix of tho ostate, which consists
of roal property nt W.iikolo, Ew.v.
valued at 2000.
In the uiattor of tho petition to
place V. C. Lane under guardian
ship, .ludgo Cooper lias denied tho
motion of respondent lo ilisiolvo
the temporary injunction, forbid
ding him to dispose of his proper
ty. At tbo s.tmo time the peti
tioner is oi dared to filo n bond of
$1000. Kinney for petitionor,
Mo coon for losnondout.
J udao Cooper has rondorotl a '
docislon on tho bill in equity of J.
C. Clunoy ngtinst Lto Wai, to
enjoin tho new Chinese Tho.itte
from holdii g porfur.uancos. Ho
dismisses tliu bill on the ground
that coinplaimmt has fuilod
to establish his second ul
lcgitiou, viz: that his "rcsidonco
is situated in n looility undis
turbed by noisy trades and busi
nesses " As to" tho fourth allega
tion, "that tho performances car
ried on in such thoutros consist
largely of pounding on gongs and
drums and performing upon otlior
instruments which produce harsh,
strident nnd discordant tones of
great volnino and continuity," tho
Court sayn tho Ustiiunny was
"overwhelming in its force and
sullioiency and stnds uncontra
dicted." To provo tho alienation
DE SUFFICIENTLY AtlOUSEO TO
8BND O CTS 0TAMP8 ANY KIND
OR A COY OF OU ILLUSTRAT
5D CATALOGUE (''- smeJ OF
lEUERAL FAMILY OUPPLIES, AND
auY Yourt goods at bam fram
Smith's Cash Store.
414 .1 41 H I'roiilM.,
t tho goneral government. Pooplo
in tho rural districts havo boon
hoard iu an increasing degree of
iat" yoirs.complainiug tliat strict
ly Honolulu co corns absorb
more of tiio timo and treasure of
the geuor.il government than thoy
ought to do. Thoy claim that as
ihc wealth of tho nation is derived
.from tho soil, the country regi ns
ought to recoivo moro attoution
:and outlay than thoy do for devel
oping the natural sources of
woilth. Especially do thoy con
tend that tho country should bo
fully uponed up by tho building
of good roads bat neon tho land
ings and the territories in which
thoro is land capable of sustain
ing agricultural settlements.
Tho country pooplo nro undoubt
edly a go d dc.il moro than half
'right in the vioivs hero montioued.
Vet tho advantages of having
purely city all'airs segregated
cinder a municipal administration
are not all on tho side of tho coun
try. Honolulu under ho'f govern
ment would have to pay moro
taxes, undoubtedly, butths presont
condition of national finances in
dicates that higher taxation is a
onrtain early necessity. Thoro
lire several exclusively civic noeds
ot Honolulu which havo waited
many yours to bo supplied, be
cause thoro has not hcou enough
niouey in tho treasury at any
period to pay tho cost of them.
Thoy ought to be paid for by tho
-citizens of Honolulu, who would
derive tho chief bonofit from thorn,
and onco the permanent works are
provided tho burden of maintaining'
ttiem would bo comparatively
light. Firo dopartmont houses,
a soworogo systom, park improve
ments, etc., might bo spooified in
this connection. With such city
rxponditnns tiikon off tho do
mands on tho national tronBury,
there would be moro monoy for
, other seivices that, although na
tional in tboir nnturo, would
greatly enhance tho prosperity ol
Honolulu. Generally tho dovel-
r il. n,,..fitf,a lllltnrnl
.Hiurston ii ud Kobortson lor
plaintiff; Hartivoll for defendant.
Trains will leavo on Saturdays at !):15
p.m., and 1:45 p.m., arriving iu Honolulu
at .1:11 p.m. and 0:!2I1 p.m.
Train will louvo on Sundays at 0:15 a.m.,
arriving in Honolulu at 6:'.'li p. m.
Uan Doom &. Co.. Fort Street
Next L'ica ' l'laniiiR Mill, will liavo
Irish oi ry day
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI ?ACT0RY,
Wliieli wil' bo sold to f.nuilies in largo or
small quantities. No Contain-
W. L. WIl.CuX,
Proprietor Knlllil 1'oi Factory.
!t Mi Pw
EVAPOJIATED FRUITS : JM1ACH12S, PEAKS, AP
RICOTS, PRUNES, APPJiES, Era
ASSORTED CHUTNEYS, HAMS, QUEEN OLIVES,
IIOTC1I POTCH, VEGETA-BL15, CHICKEN BROTH,
MULLTKATAWNY, OX CHEEK, ETC., ETC.
' Tinned Bultor, Top o' Can Unlb r. Win jnoy
Roll IJiitu-r, P.tU'd Meats, Boiu-d Turkoy,
Chicken, Doviled I tain, Idincli Tonguos.
Boneless Herring. Boston baked lteuns and
ii cotii)lolo lniPfi of
. - Biealsfast Cereals - -
PEK S. S. "AUSTIIA1.1A."
II. J. Nolte. Proprietor.
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ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Clnss n 75
2nd Class 1 25
F. C. Smith,
Geu'l Fiihi. and Ticket Aycnt.
Horse for Sale.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
4 A.TTSTJR iVLT. A.9
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
l'olt THK AliOVK POUT ON
Saturday, October 26th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK p. m.
Tho undersigned uro now picpnred to
insiio Tlirmigh Tiukel from tliw City to ull
poinU in the United Stut-x
J,VFor further particulars rejnrdlng
Freight or l'ubH'igo, apply to
FOU NON-FAYJIENT OF
hoanl. v,o will hell on TU1SDAY.
0 tober 2!lth, 18'.).'), nt l'nblio Auction, nt
tho Auctiou looms of Juiuch F. Mnrcaii, iu
I lonoliiln, ono Buy JItuo. CMJH STA1U.K
Honolulu. Soptcnilcr27, ISO.",. llS-tio
At Auction Itoom of V. S
lly order or. I I. Holt, tl e following articles
of toe laic v hchlpl, Ohlraliii.il f,
Luco, at 12
III he told .
5 now covorod Spanish S.id-
5 now uncovered Spanish
0 old English Saddlos,
1 Sowing Machine,
1 Bug Boot Legs,
1 Chest Tools,
1 Hiddlors Stool,
1 U. S. Viso.
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The latest news concerning
bicycles on the Coast is to the
effect that wheels are becom
ing more popular than ever and
that the trade in wheels
is developing to an enormous
Los Angeles wheelmen are
having trouble with their
pneumatic tires, as some evilly
disposed person is scattering
tacks in the city streets, but a
few tacks more or less will not
make much difference on Ho
nolulu streets, for they are so
full of holes into which the
tacks would naturally drift that
the wheels would bounce over
them, holes and all. Every
body is using a bicycle, and
the Monarch and Tribune are
the wheels having the largest
Bicycles are even coming
into use at funerals, for we
read that in a Wisconsin village
recently a funeral procession
was very largely made up of
men and women on mcycies,
the -deceased bavin?: been a
member of a bicycle club. It
may seen a little odd at first
to go to a funeral on a bicycle,
especially in bloomers of the
colors generally worn, but the
time is coming in which the
ladies will have appropriate
bloomers. The Aomarch La
dies' Wheel is the proper one
for processions of all kinds;
and not to have one is to get
lefl in the rear.
An absent-minded Attleboro
(Aass.) man left his 'bicycle in
front of the postollice in that
town recently and walked
home. The next morning he
looked in vain for it in his
barn, finally remembered where
he had left it, and, going there,
found it in the same spot where
he had left it. The people of
that town must have been
equally as honest as those of
Honolulu, ana lousiness must
have been about as dull as it was
herp when the Board of Health
put an embargo on business of
all kinds and nearly stopped
But times are better now
and we expect to sell about 500
wheels between now and
Christmas. We have a large
lot of Monarch and Tribune
wheels on hand, racers,, ladies'
and children s wheels and a
complete assortment to suit
all sizes and conditions of men.
We shall receive by the bark
S. N. Castle a fresh shipment
of Atonarch and Tribune
wheels, bicycle lamps and
fittings of all kinds, as well as
a large consignment by the
Australia on Aonday. Call
and see us after getting prices
Fort : St. : Store, : No. : 10.
Silks And Surahs,
Fancy Colored Silks
Crepo Grenadines, Beal Maltoso Lnco,
Valonciennos Lico. Lsdies and Gents
Kimbcrly Glove. Lmlirs Cloths Brown,
Drab and Grey. Lndio.s Block Hos, Sani
tnry Dyo, J). I'. Corsrts, R. nnd G. Corsots,
Equipoise Waists ind Corsots
Jolm T. Waterkotise.
The Ideal Exercise is
pon a wnes
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. Lti.
Each year sues now devotees of the sport of
cyclino;, as its benefits mid conveniences becotno
better known. Cycling has passed from tho world
of luxuries to tho realm of necessities. It is n re
cognized social factor. The world of "Society" has
stamped it with the hall-mark of its approval.
Tho busy man of affairs, tho physician, the min
ister, the lawyer, the clerk, tho mechanic in
fact all classes find in the wheel tho ideal mode
In everything there must bo a best, and our
claim is that wo havo tho best wheels over
brought to this market. Tho Sun "listens on
tho Orange Him, and you know n "Stearns" is
passing you. You look at it and say, it is "a
thing of beauty", and must be "a joy forever".
"We want to please each and every customer,
and to those who say the "Columbia" or tho
"Rambler" is the best wo want to say, you nro
right, they nro botli in the same class with tho
"Stearns", and theso three highest grade wheels
made in the U. S. have their headquartors at
Wo have sold two "Stearns", two "Columbias"
and two ".Ramblers" during the past week, so
honors are easy, and they are all leaders so far.
For cheaper grade wheols we have those wo
can sell for $:0 00. (10.00, 00 00, 95.00 and 100.
00, and you will be surprised to see what strong,
light, well made wheels you can buy at theso
Remember our high grade wheels, "Stearns",
"Columbia", "Rambler", and when you want the
best to be had get one of these, don't get a lower
grade, lower priced wheel, because some ono
tells you it is just as good, but consult your
common senso, which will tell you that theso
makes have earned their reputations.
Any ono wonting a high grade wheel, sold
with a Guurautit should call upon
E, 0. HALL & SOU.
would benefit the city
iij iucrsing its commerce
FROM S5.00 UP.
OllUH-IU OI IUU uuuau; "