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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 17, 1897. I I y r. H f f. St i S x1l I'l R" i W US ; v: K; By Authority. Tendors for the- Purchase of Hides and Tallow. Office of the Uoahd ok Health, Honolulu, Juuo 1G, 1807. Teiulars for purchase of Ilidos ami Tallow from tho Board of Health for tho poridcl of six mouths oudiug Decomber 31,18(J7, will bo received nt this Office un til 12 o'clock noon, Wednesday, Juno '23, 1897. Tho tondor must bo for tho price per pound for Hides and for Tallow dolivered on the wharf, Honolulu, 6n woinhts approved by an Agent of tho Board of Health. Payments are to bo mado in U. S. Gold Coin, immodiatoly after do livery of goods. Tho Board does not bind itsolt to accept tho highest or any bid. WILLIAM O. SMITH, President of tho Board of Health. Tenders for Supplies. Office of the Boaiid of Health, Honolulu, June 1G, 1867. Tondors will bo received at this oflico until 12 o'clock noon, Wod uesday, Juno 23,1897, for furnish ing tho Bureau of Health with supplies specified in tho fol lowing buhedules, for tho period of nix mouths, ending December 31, 1S97. Bids for items of each schedalo must be mado separately, and each tender should bo plainly marked: "Tender for Supplies, Board of Health." The Board of Health does not bind itself to accopt tho lowest or any bid. WILLIAM O. SMITH, President of the Board of Health. schedule a. Materials and Supplies for use of the Bureau of Health and the Leper Settlement, Molokai, to bo delivered in quantities ordered by Agents of the Board of Health f. o. b. island steamers or any other place in Honolulu. BUILDING MATEItlALS. Bough N. W. Lumber, per M. T & G Lumber N. W., 1x6, perM. Bed wood Shingles, per M. ltedwood Surfaced, per M. Bed wood Battens, x3, per M. ltedwood fence postn, each. Doors, 2x6x6, 1 in., each. Window sash, lUxlH and 1Ux14, per puir. Iron Cut Nails, lOd basis, per keg. Boiled Oil, Hubbuck's, per gal. White Lead, Hubbuck's Gen uine, per lb. Turpentine, per gal. Cement, White Bros., Portland, por Bbl. Lime, per Bbl. Galv. Iron piping, in, Jj la and 1 in, per foot. PROVISIONS AND SUPPLIES. Ilico, No. 1, up to COO bags. Brend, Medium (Samples to be furnished), up to 600 cases. Flour, bost quality, Backs, up to 250 Bbls. Sugar, No. 1 raw, up to 200 bags. Baking Powder, Royal, 4oz tins, up to 20 gross. Salmon, best red, up to 120 Bbls. Soap, brown, (100 lb boxes), ' 21b bars, up to 200 boxes. Matches, long card, up to 300 gross. Salt, coarse, per ton, up to 500 bags. Oil, Kerosene, up to 200 cases. Coal, Departure Buy, per 2000 lb ton, in sacks to 20 tons. SCHEDULE U. Hay and Grain to bo delivored at tho Garbage Stables, near cor ner of South and Queen streets. Tho tender must be for weight do livered at tho Stables. Hay, Wheat or Oat, up to 150 baleB. v Bran, up to 150 bags. Oats, up to 150 bags. SCHEDULE C. Supplies for the Insane Asylum to be delivored in quantities re- quired, and subject to inspection nnd approval of tho Medical Superintendent. Beef, ono fore quarter, rumps and rouuds, in quantities to suit, por lb. Beef steak, in quantities to suit, per lb. Bread, fresh, about 30 loaves per day. Bread, medium, 4 cases por mouth. Boaus, Bayo, por 100 lbs. Baking Powder, ltoyal, 10 oz tins, por doz. Brooms, Steamboat or Mill, por doz. Coffoo, green Eona, 100 lbs per month. Flour, best quality, in sacks, por bbl. Onions, por lb . .Potatoes, Island, per lb. Pork, extra clear, J bbl por month. ltico, No. 1, per 100 lbs. Sugar, No. 1, raw, 500 lbs. por month. Salt, coarso, 100 lbs. per month. Salmon, best red, 3 bbls. por mouth. Tea, China Pouchong, 1 box per month. Tomatoes, cannod, 3 cases per month. Wood, Algeroba, 3 cords per month. 637-2t Water Notice. In accordance with Section 1 of Chapter XXVI of the laws of 1880: All persons liolillng water privileges or those paying water rales, are here by notified that the water rates for tbo term ending December 81, 1897, will be due and payable at the office of the Honolulu Water Works, oa the 1st day of July, 1807. All such rates remaining unptld for fifteen days after they are due will b Bubect to an additional 10 per cent. Rates are payable at the ofllce of the Water Works In theKapualwa Build K' ANDREW BROWN, Sup't Honolulu Water Woiks. Honolulu, H. I., June 15, 1897. 635 14t Irrigation Notice. Holders of water privilege, or those paying water rates, are hereby noti fied that llie hours for Irrigation pur poses are from 6 to 8 o'clock A. m. and from 4 to 6 o'clock p. m. II. Holders of nater privileges on the slopes of Punchbowl above Qreeu street, and in Nuuauu Valley above Sobool street, are hereby notified that they will not be restricted to the irri gation hours of 6 to 8 u. m. and 4 to 0 p. m., but will be allowed to Irrigate whenever sufflcle,ut water is available, provided that they do not use the wa ter for irrigation purposes for more than four hours in every twenty-four. ANDREW BROWN, Supt. Honolulu Water Works. Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of Interior. Honolulu, H. I., June 17, 1897. 577-tf 51 Eueiir?$ Bulletin DANIEL LOGAN, Editor. THUBSDAY, JUNE 17, 1897. Canada Iiub decided to make tho Queen's birthday a perpetual holiday. Somo former British sovereigns had their birthdays celebrated for many years after thoir death. Several generations having become accustomed to keeping holiday on Victoria's natal day, there hardly needs to be any precedent cited for per petuating it, in view, besides, of the glorious era synchronous and largely identified with her reign. Canada has a peculiarly strong incentive for making the holiday permanent, iu the fact that it falls upon one of tho most joyous sea sons of that country's year. Nature is just then burgeoning and blossoming in, her resurrec tion from the winter's white cere ments, and living creatures do mestic and wild giving a grand concert as they sport in air and field aud wood. Ono of Hawaii's chiof holidays, oven now under the Itepublic, is the birthday of the first monarch of tho united group, who has been dead quito a while and whoso gravo is unknown. Tho birthday of ono of his dead successors and namesakes is also commomoiated along with that of St. Patrick, by a olosiug down of all national business nnd occasionally a little popular diversion. "An officer of tho Philadel phia," writing ftom Honolulu to a friond at San Diego, is credited in a dispatch from that place with giving "a vory clear idea, of tho situation at Honolulu, with re- forenco to tho Japanese immigra tion dispute." Yes, it is as clear as mud. There is not a correct statement of any account in tho letter from beginning to ond. It is sheer rubbish not worth review ing. Only anyone who has wast ed timo in reading it may bo pro perly asked to rid his mind of all impressions it has imparted, and thoso who may yet have to see tho writing for tho first timo bo honestly told that it contains neither news nor sense. Somo time ago tho British Com missioner requested his landlady to mako an addition to the kitchen of his official residence. Tho work is now being done and gives occa sion to an anonymous writer in tho Independent to say thaf'H.B. M.'s Commissipnor is omploying Japaneso laborers in connection with his share of tho celebration of tbo Diamond Jubilee." It hap pens that ex-Queen Liliuokalani is the employer of the laborers in question, and the work instead of being for the Diamond Jubilee is for the domestic comfort of her distinguished tenant. A gpnuino poof, who has not been doing much for 11 while past, has been discovered by the Bul letin. One of his efforts will bo found in this issue, aud it is hoped he may be induced to keep up his stroke. NOVELTY STEEL HARNESS This week our topic for the consideration of the Hawaiian public is the merits of Sh er wood's Novelty Steel Harness. This is really the most com plete and wonderful thing in the harness line ever offered to the public. Singletrees, double trees and traces are entirely done away with, and a single chain is all the coupling used between the team and plow or wagon, whichever may be used. The whole arrangement is simplicity itself, and the price $25 the set, well within the reach of every teamster. With this steel harness you may use your old bridles, lines and collars. It is just the thing for plantation work. The sev eral sets now in use in some of the plantations give good satis faction. We have also a very fine stout, strong and well-made Dump-Cart Harness in two qualities. You would go a long way to equal them at the prices, viz.: $20 and $2$ per set. By the last steamer wc re ceived a supply of real good Buck Whip 'Lashes, in all lengths, for 2, 4, 6 and 8-horse teams. Call in and see our stock. An inspection will well repay you the trouble. THE Hawaiian Hardware Co. LIMITED, NO. 307 FORT STREET, Opposite Sprockets' Bank IN TlIC OIHOUir COURT F1H8T Ollti wilt of the Huwniian Islands, In Probate. In tho matter of tho Estate of Jolm Kennedy, lute of Honolulu, Oahn, deceased, iutcg. tato. Petition having been Hied by George Andrews, a friend of haid intentate, pray ing that lettem of Administration upon said ostuto be issued to George Andrews, notice Ih hereby givon that Monday, tho 19th day of July, A. D. 1897, at 10 o'clock a.m., in the Judiciary 13 lldlug. Honolulu, U aprointed tho time and place for hearing said petition, when and where all iwrsona concerned may appear nnd show cause, if any they have, why said Petition should not he granted. By tho Court: OEOKGE LUCAS, Clerk. Honolulu, Juuo 17, 1897, G37-3t THE The Remington Lowered the Record In the Mile Race. The Remington Lowered the Record In the Half Mile Race. JOHN SILVA, The Hecord Breaker, Rode the Mile in 2:20, and Half Mile in 1:7 1-2. HE RODE A REMINGTON IN EVERY RACE. "The Remington is tho third mako of wheels that Mr. Silva has ridden since the beginning of his racing cireer. All other wheels that ho has ridden were two weak to stand the hard strain that ho inflicts. Ho invariably broke tho crank on other wheels. The Pacific Cycle & Manufacturing Co,, KOKT STREET. Sole .Agents for the Islands. Universal Stoves $ Ranges! The 33esfc and the Cheapest ! Dandy Cook, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holee, Oven 15x17. Price S 8 00 Western, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holes, Oven 1G ixl7. " 15 00 PltiZE IUnoe, No. 7-18, 6-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inobos. l'rico 23 00 Welcome IUnoe, No. 7-18,0-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches. . Price 27 00 Ari'OLLO IUnoe, No. 7-18, G-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches. Prico 80 00 Superb Universal IUnoe, No. 7-18, G-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18. Prico 35 00 FOR SALE BY THE Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd Hawaiian Fans! The GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR will keep constantly on band a good Hue of Hawaiian Fans, Island Views, Calabashes, Coffee Wood Sticks, Curioe, Eto , Etc. IN ADDITION TO Books, Stationery, Sheet Music, Musical Instruments, Hawaiian-mado Ukuleles, Taro-patch Guitars. Blank and Miscellaneous Books. T blots (or Foreign Correspondence. Upto-dale Papeterle, In the new tint, eto. Prices Always the Lowest J. M. WEBB, No. 316 Fort Street. 27e Evening .Bulletin, 75 centa per nonth. REMINGTON Won Every Race On June 11th and Jag. It seems funny that any man should pay two dollars and fifty cents for a label In a hut. Lots of 'em do It. The exclusive batter thinks It funny too. HU hats $5.00, Ours, $2.50. See the humor? AT "The Kash," Agents for Dr. Delmef's Llnen- Mesh Under wear. Notice. I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by my sou Emil without my written consent. 634 3t AUGUST DREIER, I2th. jT y ',"- CO" I ' 1 1 - r) r tlie TUG OF WAR Saturday Evening, June 19, At Bristol's Pavilion, Commencing at 8 O'clock. Makani Hoco vs. Pakaka. U, S. S. Marion vs. Honolulu Iron Works. Admission, 50c. and 25c. Headquarters Second Battalion, First Regiment, National Guabd of Hawaii. Honolulu, H. I , June 15, 1897. Battalion Orders No. 17. Pursuant to Battalion Order No 14 the Commanders of Companies "O "D, E aud H are hereby ordered to asxemble their Companies at the Drill Shed on THURSDAY EVENING, June 17, 1897, at 7:30 o'clock, for Btttalion Drill. Uniform : Blue cap and blouse, white trousers and leggings. By order of l , J. M. OAMARA, JR., Captain, N. G. H CoiuraamiluK 2nd Battalion, lm, Regiment, N. G. if. Ed. Towse, 1st Lieutenant and Adjutant. 63S-2t IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FirstOlrcuIt of the Hawuliau Islands. Iu Piobate. Iu the matter of the Es tate of ACHEW, late of Wuiluku, Maul, deceased. The petition aud ao-' oquuts of tho Administrator of the Eitate of said deceased, wherein he auks that his accounts bo examined and nnnrovcil. nml tlmf a .,.. i n..i. he made of distribution of the pro- ijcivj- lauiuiuing in uis nanus to the persons thereto entitled, aud discharg ing him from all further responsibi lity as suoh AdmluUtrator. It Is or dered that Monday, the 19th day of July, A. D. 1697, at 10 o'clock a. ml, at Chambers, In the Court House, at Honolulu, he and the same hereby is appointed as the time and place for hearing said petition and accouuta, and that all persons Interested may then and there appear and show cause, if any they have, why the same should not be granted, By the Court: J. A. THOMPSON, Clerk. Honolulu, Juno 17, 1897, 037-31 i ?" r y vv V ' V I J m SJlV.:,,.!'