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TILE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISES: HCXNCXLTJIiU, DECEMBER 31, 1S94.
MUST TAKE AMERICAN GOODS. Either This or Keep Their Own Products at Home. Ct llAN SI OAK MA V ItK MIl'T Ol.T. lUtallatlon Agalntt Spain imcrlmlua- tlon The Canal UII1 IVill ! the H.ntle-HiTiaaiUr utllan's C. nb at in fio t I'rliou. EW York, Dec. IS. Unless all nigjia fall, tomorrow will be a very lively day on the Stock Exchange so far as trading in sugar is concerned. Private advices from Washington re poit that Secretary of State Gresham has cabled the Spanish Government that persistence on ita part in discrim- Inatlng against exports from this country to Cuba in favor of Canada will Invite retaliation under the act of 1800 against Cuban sugars. If Cuban ftugar is shut out from our refineries it must of necessity find its way to European countries, and In turn re turn to this country in the form of re fined surrar. Sugar authorities on Wall street interpret the result of nueh an action as a serious blow to tbe uik as It will flood this country with for eign refined sugars. Tli Yacht Itace Sure. New York. Deo. 20. From a cable me&sasre received by ex-Commodore Smith of the New York Yacht Club fmm fl a rut a wx9 il r-a n t rf t Vi a RnVftl Yarht Hnn&dron. it appears mat tne Engllsnman considers tne miuuie . - . of November too late for the America cup race, but that Lord Dun- raven win race in oepiemoer oruu- IU lurev www u xim minai. j-m tu is acceptable a special meeting of the squadron will be called at once; other- wise a special meeting is consiaerea unnecessary. wjmmoujrBouiiiu wui a favorable reply, so tha question of a race In 1805 la settled. The 2lrragu Canl. New York. Dec 19. The Herald's Washington correspondent telegrapns t.,, io"w,dk : uo f '"S"" X. Kill will t-ii oa t Vi a Hanaf a Won ftmr Onrman tliv that the onlv dtffi- culty threatening the bill was delay. He doubts that a bill can be naa De- fore tbe holiday adjournment, but when a vote Is taken be believes that the bill will pass. Senator Lodge ad vanced like information from a repre sentative point of view. Altnougn expecting some delay, he believed that tbe bill would pas the Senate after tbe holidays. Debt Will Go to I'rUoo. Chicago, Dec. IS. Eugene V. Debs, president of tbe American Railway Union, and his associates on tbe .Board of Director!, who are under sentence to the connty jail, will cease all at tempts to obtaiu an appeal from Judge Wood's decision, and begin their terms of Imprisonment when the ten days' tay of sentence has expired. l'ajmaatrr Sullivan. Washington, Dec. 20. Senator Perkins from the committee favorably reported tbe bill authorizing tbe Pres ident to reappoint John Clyde Sulli van paymaster in the navy, with the relative rank of lieutenant com mander, with an amendment provid ing that he be placed at the foot of the list. With Fire ami With Sword. Berlin, Dec. 19. The Cologne Ga zette today publishes a letter from Ar menia telling of fresh horrors there. It tells of twentv-threa villages liplnc laid in ashes, many other villages pil- laged and forty priests massacred. Madagascar Will Submit. London, Dec 17. The Times cor respondent in Paris telegraphs: It is stated that a telegram arrived here last night announcing that the Queen of Madagascar was ready to accept un reservedly the French conditions. The Oueen Grown Old- London, Dec. IS. Truth says that Queen Victoria's eyesight is failing. A recent Issue of the paper says: Her Majesty has palpably aged very much during the past atumn. . . i. Maseum Announcement. ' Tbe Bishop Museum will not be open on New Year's Day, but, for the coming month, the public are invited to avail theruselves of the opportunity for a full and continu ous inspection of the articles of i historic and ecientiGc interest that are stored in this beautiful build ing. The arrangement is to skil fully and tastefully deviled that it is a rare pleasure to spend hours in careful study of the various objects on exhibition. The Truter:, it will be noticed, have made arrange ments to have it open every after noon, for the present. Cycle Boy a Declare a Dividend. A business meeting of the Hono lulu Cyclers was held last night. Tbe treasurer announced tbat after all bills were paid there would bo $200 80 in tbe treasury, making each member entitled to I1.G3 as a dividend. A vote of thanks was tendered the officers of the day at the Christmas races and to Chief Hunt for the use of the Bell Tower. Mr. E. A. Jacobeon will distribute the prizes to the winners in the near future. BYAUTHOKITY. TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES. Office or the Eoa.ru or Health, Honolulu, December 21, 1894.J Sealed tenders will be received at this office, until 12 m. WEDNESDAY, Janu ary 2, 185.3, for famishing the Board of Health with supplies specified in tbe schedules below for the period cf fcix months ending June CO, 1S95: SCHEDULE A. Supplies for the Leper Settlement, Mulokai, to be delivered f. o. b. island steamers, in quantities ordered by Agents of the Board of Health. BUILDING MATERIALS. Hough N W Lumber, up to 35 M feet, per M Tongue and Grooved N W, up to 20 M feet, peril Redwood fchingles, up to 100 31, per M Redwood Surfaced, up to 3 M feet, per M I Redwood Battens, x3, up to 500 feet, I per foot R W Fence Posts, up to 2 31, each I Doors, 2x6iC, each I Sashes, 10x12 and 10x14, per pair Iron Cat Nails, up to 50 kegs, (lOd basis) per keg Hubbuck's Boiled Oil, up to 150 gallons, per gallon Turpentine, up to 50 gallons, per gallon White Lead, Hubbuck's No 1, up to 3000 pounds, per pound Cement, White Bros Portland, up to 50 barrels, per barrel I Lime, up to 100 barrels, per barrel Galvanized Iron ripe, K aQ(l 1 inch, wt PROVIBI0SS AND SCrrLIES. I Rice No 1, up to 500 bags Medium Bread, (good quality, samples . . . . . . . do iurniflneo; npwww cases Best quality Flour, sacks, up to 200 barrels Cn v i iti I ' , Z v , Salmon, best red, up to 90 barrels Brown Soap, 2-pound bars, up to 200 I boxes, (100-pcund boxes) per box Matches, long card, up to 300 gross, per i cross Salt, coarse, up to 500 bags, per ton I o Kerosene Oil, up to 200 cases, per case Coal in packs, up to 20 tons, per ton SCHEDULE B. Hay and Grain to be delivered at the Board of Health Stables, near corner of South and Queen streets. The tender must be for weight delivered at the Sables. Wheat or Oat Hay, up to 100 bales Bran, up to 100 bags Oats, up to 1C0 bags SCHEDULE C. Supplies for the Oahu Insane Asylum, to be delivered in quantities required, and subject to inspection and approval of the 3Iedical Superintendent. Beef, rough, 4330 pounds per month Beef Steak, 121 pounds per month Bread, fresh, 754 loaves per month Bread, 31edium, COO pounds per month Brooms, steamboat or mill, 1 dozen per month Baking Powder, Royal, G-ounce tin, 1 dozen per month Beans, Bayo, 50 pounds per month Coffee, Green Kona, 75 pounds per month Flour, Golden Gate, 2 sacks per month 3Iatcb.es, long card, gross, per month Oat ileal, 25 pounds per month Oil, Kerosene, 12 cases per month Onions, per pound, 2 crates per month Potatoes, per pound, 7 sacks per month Pork, extra clear corned, barrel per month Prunes, dried, per pound, 25 pounds per month Raisins and dried Apples, per pound,251 pounds per month Rice, Hawaiian No 1, GOO pounds per month, per pound Sugar, Hawaiian No 1, pounds per GOO pounds per month Salt, Hawaiian, coarse, 100 pounds per month Salmon, No I red, per barrel, 3 barrels per month Tea, China, Pouchong, 75 pounds per month Tobacco, ping, 18 pounds per month Tomatoes, canned, per dozen, 6 dozens per month Wood, Algaroba or Ohia, 3 cords per month Bran, i ton per month Middlings, H t.ns per month Oats, 4 ton per month Bids must be made f jr the items of each schedule separately, and each ten der must be plainly marked : "Tender for Supplies, Board of Health." The Beard of Health dues not bind it telf to accrpt the lowest or any bid. WILLIAM O. S311TH, President Board of Health. 3377-4t Tender for the Sale of Hides and Tallow. Offick ok tkk Board or Health, i Honolulu, Uevember 111, 1S94.) Tenders for the purchase cf hides and tallow frcm the t card of Health from date ol awarding the contract to June 30, 1S95, will bs received at this office, until 12 m WhDNEiDAY, January 2, 1S95. The tender must be for the prict? per pound for hides and tallow delivered on tbe wharf, at Honolulu, on weights ap proved by an Agent of the Board of Health. Payments are to be made in U. S. Gold Coin. The Board does not bind i'self to ac cept the highest or any bid. By order of the Board of Hea th. WILLI Ail O. SMITH, President Board of Health. 3877-4 1 Honolulu, December 2Sth, 1S94. Notice is hereby given that on and after Janca ry 1 , 1835, and until farther notice, the local fees heretofore charged on parcels received by Parcel Post from the United States of Amerita and des tined to tLe other Island will be waived. JOS. 31. OAT, Approved: Postmaster-General. S. 31. Damon, 31inister of Finance. 3S79-3t Sealed Tenders Will be received at the olBce of the Minister of the Interior until WEDNES DiY, the 2d day of January, 1S93, at 12 o'clock noon, for curbing and paving certain sidewalks on Fort street, Honolulu. 1'iann aud sfcifications can be seen at the office of the Superintendent of Public Works. The Minister of the Interior does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, Dec. 24, 1894. 33763t Department of Finance, ) Honolulu, H. I., December 19, 1894 .) Under Article 35, Section 1 of the Con stitution, it is required that each mem - ber of the Cabinet shall make an annual report of the transactions within his de partment, during the year ending December 31. The Minister of Finance takes this occasion to request all those having claims of a monetary nature, to present them to this office, through the proper Departments not later than the tenth day of January next, after which date the books will be closed. All persons having moneys on account of tbe Government are requested to make their returns promptly, in order that there may be no delay in closing the accounts for the year ending December 31st, 1891. S. 31. DAMON, 3iinister of Finance. 3372-9t 1613 4t Water Notice. In accordance with Section 1 of Chap ter XXVI of the la s of 1886 : All persons holding water privileges or paying water rates, are hereby notified that tbe water rates for the term ending June 30, 1895, will be due and payable at the office of the Honolulu Water Works on the 1st day of January, 1S95. All snch rates remaining unpaid for fifteen days after they are due will be subject to an additional 10 per cent. Ra'es are payable at tha office of th e Water Works in Kapuaiwa Building. - ANDREW BROWN, Superintendent Honolulu Water Works. December 20, 1894. 3S73 td QUT OF SIGHT DOES NOT APPLY TO PICTUEES ! FOR THEY ARE Always in Sight NOTHING BETTER FOR A Present ! m AND NO KKTTKU PLACE TO GET THEM THAN AT KING 3 So 7-1 HOTEL STRKET. 'EE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT AND IS VESTMENT COMPANY, HONOLULU, II. I. Have Safe Dercv;t Boxes of various size3 to rvnt by the luoath or year. Sticks and Bonds Bought aud Sold ; AGENTS FOR Sun Insurance Office of Loudon. AGENT FOR Great Northern Hallway, Sold to All I'olnt. 'Tickets AOEX7S FOR The Hawaiian Land and Improve ment Corapauv (LliuitUj. Some of the finest Coffee and Fruit Land on the Ilands for sale upon very favorable terms. &$78-tf Christmas A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR INVESTMENT. It is proposed to place the Ostrich Farm of the late Dr. Trousseau on the market in January or February next. This farm is thoroughly equipped and now has thirty-four healthy birds on same, including the famous male ostrichs Jumbo and Jno. L. Sullivan. We believe that it can be demon strated that this enterprise, new to these islands, but of long standing in Africa, New Zealand and Califor nia, can be now carried on at a profit as the experimental stage has been safely passed. 3Ir. A. P. Jackson, the genia a a m manager can always be touna in attendance at the grounds. Ve have on hand a larjre number of prime feathers in assorted colors from the last plucking which are easily worth 50 per pound and up wards according to qualitv. The next plucking takes place in January next. Prospectuses, information concerning the feather market and all necessary data will be furnished. &?m All reliable persons desirious of visiting the grounds can do so by nrst obtaining permits from the undersigned, BRUCE CAItT WRIGHT, H. E. 3JcINTYRE, Executors Est., G. Trousseau. 3875-lw yoi WATCH WILL BE MADE TO TIME IF KEEP LEFT EXCELLENT THREE DAYS WITH Farrer & Co., The Well-known una Reliable Watchmakers, 515 FORT STREET. If satisfaction is not given, your money will be returned in full. Island orders will receive prompt attention. 3856-v WISH TC) CALL VOUi: SPECIAL AT TENTION TO TIIEIK Superior -:- Stock : of JAPANESE GOODS ! Of every description, suitable for the HOLIDAYS. ITOHAN 206 FORT STREET, 3Stl-17t Near Custom House. Ncstle's Milk FooI for infants lias, during 25 years, grown in favor with both d-sctors and mothers throughout the world, and is now un questionably not only the best substitute for mothers' miilc, but the fcod which agrees with the largest percentage ol infant?. It gives strength and stamina to resist the weakening effects cf h-1 weather, and Las saved the lives of thousands of infants. To anymother sending her address, and mentioning this paper, we will send samples and description of Leslie's Food. Tbos. Leeming fc Co., Sole Ag'ts, 20 Murray St., N. Y. Xh Agency for XESTLE'S MILK FOOD IS WITH THE EolJister Dm? Company, Limited 52.5 Fort S!rpft, Honolulu, H. I. Head Tliis ! IF YOD WANT A .-)TIVE POWER, order a Rkgan Vapor or Pacific Gas Engdjb; they are the bent, safest and simplest in the world. JOS. TINKER, Sole Ajrnt. fiftfend foi catalogue-. Honolulu, H. I. S6S8-tf IK N.y irSdST V ATTENTION. A Special Christmas Sale, commencing MONDAY, Deceniter 17. We will tell everything regardless of cost for S days only. .CCT'Come and inspect our stock of Holiday Goods ; the LOWfcST and BEST. YOKOHAMA BAZAAR, MURATA & CO., Pacific G. X. WILCOX J. F. H ACKFKLD. President. . . . Vice-President. J. O. BOX 484. OUR NE'-V WOBKS AT KALI HI to furnish ARTIFICIAL ALSO CONSTANTLY ON HAND Pacific Guano, Potash, Sulphate of Ammonia, Xiti'ate ot Soda, Oalcined Fertilize:! Salts ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC. O iSpecial attention given to analysis of soils by our Agricultural Chemist. All goot's are guaranteed in every respect. SSFor further particulars apply to PACIFIC GUANO AND FEftTILIZKIt COMPANY DR. W. AVERDAM. Manager. The Hawaiian Having established agencies prepared to do a general Express and Urooas cauea ior ana aeiiverea prompuy &i destination. Special attention paid to merchandise sent C. O. D. Baggage called for, checked and delivered to all out-going trains and steamers. Our wagons meet all steamboats. We have acquired the business of tbe Hawaiian Messenger Service, and will furnish uniformed messengers on short notice. We guarantee promptness and dispatch in all business intrusted to our care. Office and Stables, corner Both Telephones 479. H. E. McINTYRE & BR0., IMPORTERS .ANTI) DKALKR5 IN" Groceries, if 1 V I01UJI0 EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS. New Goods received by eery packet from the Eastern States and Europe. Fresh Cali ornia Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Fostoffice Box 145. Telephone "No. 92. HOT L1ZERS THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING COMPANY keeps always and constantly on hand all the well known CHKMICAL FERTILIZERS and offers them for sale al the lowest market Tates. They manufacture complete High Grade Fertilizers to any epecial formula and guarantee the analysis, and all that other firms do. Planters would do well to write the undersigned before ordering anywhere else. gjSjT" A dollar saved is a dollar made. DkUCATE ASK YOUR GROCER FOR RED LABEL OTSTEES These are new pack Large, Fat, Extra selected. One trial will prove their merits. N. IS. The Cans of This Brand Than Those of Frank B. Peterson EVERYBODY KNOWS Geo. W. Lincoln Is Burned Out, but Still Prepared to Superintend or Build Anything from a One-roomed House to a New City Hall. AH Orders Left With John Nott, King Street, Will be promptly Attended to. O Asn- II OT X 1 ST RK KTS. Proprietors. Guano and Fertilizer COMPANY. T. MAY Auditor. E. iSUHR Secretary and Treasurer. MUTUAL TEL. 4G7. being comp'eted, we are now ready all kinds of FERTILIZERS ! Express Company in the principal ports of tbe Islands is' forwarding business. Hotel and Union streets. 3852-tf and Feed, YOU MUST HAVE TO MAKE GOOD CROPS. r -C3 F. COOKE, Proprietor and Manager Hawaiian Fertilizing Company DELICIO US ! ! DAINTY ! ! ! 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