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Till? VUUriLY HILO lTRIHUl4li, lUI.O, HAWAII, TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1905.
Spring l'cvcr is considered n joke
when someone else 1ms il lint
tlic comlillnti Is In rcnllly no joke.
Spring 1'evor Is one of Hie terms
applied tothiitgcucriil relaxed con
dition of the system which is wi
common nt this senson. Il indi
cites, ns u rule, n loss ol vitality
nnd n disordered conilition of I he
hloo1. An eireclive remedy should
lie promptly used, hecmise this con
dition rendilv hecoines chronic.
Is jnst the remedy needed. Il nids
digestion, tones np the nervous
system, purifies the blood nntl in
creases vitality. Wc nre si sure
Hint It will give satisfaction In all
cases Hint we sell It under n post
live gunrnntec. Your tiiouey luck
II. L. SHAW, - Manaokk
SERRAO LIQUOR GO
Complete Stock of I'incst Table
Wines, Beers, Whiskies, Gins,
Brandies nnd Liqueurs.
Sole Agent for
Scrrao lllock, Shipmnn Street
Telephone No. 7
THE UNION SALOON
Always on Ilnnd:
Of Wines, Liquors, fleers
Mixed Drinks n Specialty
Draught nnd Bottled
lOc Por Class
Telephone No. 7
J. G. SERRAO, - Manager
I'OR RATI'.S, BLANKS, l'.TC. 1
APPLY TO I
E. E. RICHARDS I
AGKNT INTIJR-ISLANI) THI.K- I
GRAl'H CO., 1111,0. J
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Hark St. Cntlmritio, Cnpt. Snurulers
Hark Amy Tumor, Cnpt. Wnrlnnd
Jlurlc Murtliu lluvls, Capt. McAllmnn
For freight nnd passngo apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Frnncisco
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. HackT'eld & Co., Ltd.
SEALED RUSSIA'S FATE.
The Third of a Series of Articles by Dr. Nicholas Rus-
sel-The Establishment of Industries and Manufac
toriesThe Laboring Class Assert Their Rights
The Growth of Their Power.
In the Inst issue I hnvc exhibited
the lotmdntiotis of power, the his
torical prerogatives nnd vested rights
of the Russian crown and its bu
reaucratic henchmen. Before wc
look nt the situation from the point
of view of the future, of modern
political and social ideals, we must
throw a clance at another form of
the past, the natural evolutionary
past of Russia and find out whether
the continuance of bureaucratic
monarchy is justified from thai
Those who have followed the
progress of political nntl social ideas
for the last half of the century
must know thnt form of govern
ment; political forms arc merely a
superstructure on the economical
foundation. As such they must
intimately correspond to their re
spective foundations in shape and
principle. Kvcry stage of economic
evolution has its own political super
structure different from others in
essence and character, although
they may pass under the same ab
solute and indefinite nnmes of
monarchies and republics.
Up to twenty or twenty-five years
ago, Russia was yet in a period of
natural economy, a condition, when
every man provides for his own
needs himself, raises his food stuffs,
manufactures cloth, shoes, tools
and implements. In this period of
development, exchange Hardly ex
isted at all, and the medium of ex
change money played but a very
limited part. Russian industries,
manufacturing industries, the ma
chine production of goods have de
veloped only for the last quarter of
the century. It was Mr. Witte,
at the head of the department of
finance, the only talented minister
of the Czar, who in ten years suc
ceeded in increasing through bold
financial reforms Russian industries
ten fold. Thanks to him, Russia
became an industrial country, sup
plying her share of goods to the
world market. Through develop
ment of industries, she passed from
the period of natural economy into
the industrial, manufacturing
period, the period of exchange.
This economical transformation has
immediately resulted in the corres
ponding changes in social super
structure. New classes have been
created; bourgeois, or as we call
them, "captains of industry" and
industrial proletarians. These
proved to be something entirely
different from gentry, peasantry
and commercial classes already in
existence. The new classes did not
find any room and standing provided
for them by the official codes of the
empire. Besides, they happened to
be more intelligent, exacting, clam
arous, noisy and self asserting.
Conscious of this power, one side in
their wealth, another in numbers,
they began to yell for rights. The
same subversive ideas that we,
students and professionals, have
vainly tried to spread among the
people for fifty years, at once have
found eager and attentive listeners.
The demand for forbidden litera
ture, partly smuggled from abroad,
partly manufactured clandestinely at
home, grow from year to year.
Secret circles and societies having
honey-combed Russia, the sleeping
giant awoke. In erecting the in
dustries and the new dissatisfied
classes, Mr. Witte did it at the ex
pense of agricultural industries.
The high protective tariff in favor
of manufacturers and industrials
was a new tax for the gentry nnd
peasants, who, without that, hardly
could keep the two ends together.
Ruin, actual ruin stared them in
the face, nnd they could not help
but join the dissatisfied crowd.
Hence, n general row!
The bureaucratic paternalism that
to &ome extent could satisfy the
country during the period of natural
economy proved nltogcthcr unfit
and inadequate for the new, in
dustrial conditions. Life became
too complicated, various interests
too much entangled for the brain
capacities' of the 40,000 chiefs of the
bureau. They had lost the con
trol of the people already before the
war. The war complications have
put a final seal to their fate. A
modern, industrial state requires
more efficient and more complicated
political superstructure, another
form of government, a better driver.
The present alternative is whether
the vehicle alone may be sacrificed.
In carefully nursing the manu
facturing industries nnd machine
production, the Russian govern
ment and Mr. Witte have followed
conscientiously the wise rules of
their double-entry book-keeping
system, have faithfully stuck to
"pure business principles." They
meant well. What they meant
was to increase the nation's wealth
and make it economically indepen
dent of neighboring industrial
countries. They did not foresee
and did not expect the vast conse
quences and results so disastrous to
the bureaucratic ship and her sov
ereign master. They did not know
they have been digging under their
own seats, preparing the grave for
themselves and their dear system.
They did not know that the modem
state is an organic unit that cannot
advance with one side only, that
other sides and parts of the body
invariably have to follow'. While
hunting for students and revolu
tionists, and slaughtering the people
on the streets by the thousand, the
Czar with his uncles nnd cousins,
his mother and sisters-in-law do
not realize till this moment who
the real nihilist, reformer and revo
lutionist is. They still keep Mr.
Witte as president of the counsel of
ministers and consult him. They
do not know that he, though un
consciously and unintentionally,
was the main moving revolutionary
spring, that all the rest of the
socialists and disturbers are but
logical consequences, minute, tiny,
numberless wheels of the machine
set in motion by Mr. Witte.
It is to Mr. Witte that belongs
the honor of having made the revo
lution in Russia. What three gen
erations of nihilists could not ac
complish in fifty years, he did in
ten. What a derision of fatel
Something similar happened on
this side of the globe with high
protection of industries. It was
well meant to increase wealth and
prosperity, especially of some
classes. It resulted in the creation
of trusts on one side and of an or
ganized army of labor on the other.
The consequences ot the double
entry policy may prove as disas
trous to our benevolent industrial
paternalism as they were for the
bureaucratic paternalism in Russia.
Besides, the modern man is a queer
customer. He positively refuses to
be governed. He imagines that he
is cnpnble of governing himself.
He does not want his legs to be
chopped off to fit the length of
King Ogg's Ledger-bed. He ad
vances the subversive, heretical
idea that one man can as little think
and act for another, and ns little de
termine another one's course nnd be
havior, ns he can eat, drink, sleep
or walk for him. Strange times,
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prompt relief from rheumatic pains.
No other is so valuable for deep
seated pains like lame back and
pains in the chest. Give this lini
ment a trial and become acquainted
with its rcmarkablo qualities nnd
you will never wish to be without
it. For sale by Hilo Drug Co.
One Hoom Schoolhousc
Willi Toucher's Apiirl
nieiils at Puuiimihulu,
Proposals will lie received nt tlic office
of the Superintendent of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. II., until 12 o'clock 111. of
May 17th, 1905, for constructing n One
Room School-house with Teacher's Apart
ments nt l'uunnnluilu, District of North
Plans nuil specifications nrc on flic with
the Assistant Superintendent of I'uhlic
Works, nnd wllli M. V. Scott, School
Agent, North Koun, Hawaii, copies of
which will lie furnished intending bidders
on receipt of fs.oo, which sum will he re
turned nftcr depositing hid nnd returning
plans and specifications.
No proposal will be entertained unless
submitted on the blank forms furnished,
enclosed In n sealed envelope, nddrcsscd
C. S. Hollowny, Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. II., endorsed "Pro
posal for 1 Room School-house with Tea
cher's Apartments, l'uuunahulu, Hawaii,"
nnd delivered previous to 13 o'clock in,
on the day specified.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject nny or nil
C. S. HOLLOWAV,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II., April 12, 1905. 37-2
Public Lands Notice.
Notice is hereby given that nt nnd nfter
9 o'clock, n. 111., on the dates nnd nt the
places stated !clow, applications will be
received under the provisions of Part VII,
(Right of Purchase Lenses), Land Act
1895, for the following lots of Public
1. Saturday, May 13th, 1905, nt officii
of Sub-Agent Laud Department, Hilo,
Lot 67, Map 33, Olan, Puna, Hawaii.
Area, 8.30 ncrcs. Class, Agricultural.
Appraised value, $207.50.
Lot 63, Map 33, Olaa, Puna, Hawaii.
Area, 10.00 ncrcs. Class, Agricultural.
Appraised value, $330.00.
3. Saturday, May 30H1, 1905, at office
of Sub-Agent Lnnd Department, Court
House, Honokna, Hawaii.
Lots 41, 73 and 73, (as one lot), Map
37A, Knapahu, Hamnkua, Hawaii.
Area, 15.85 acres. Class, Agricultural.
Appraised value, $158.50.
Lot 3, Map is, Niupca, Hamnkua, Ha
waii. Area, 16.84 ncrcs. Class, Agricultural.
Appraised value, 302.0S.
Lot 19, Mop 13, Niupcn, Hamnkua,
Area, 40.58 ncrcs. Class, Agricultural.
Apprnlscd value, $405,80.
Lot 7, Map 10, Ahualo.1, Hamnkun,
Arcn, 65.70 ncrcs. Class, Agricultural.
Apprnlscd value land, $657.00. Ap
prnlscd value improvements, $75, to be
paid cash, U. S. Gold Coin, upon date of
application for laud.
Lot 19A, Map 10, Ahualoa, Hntnakua,
Hawaii. Area, 33.70 acres. Class, Agri
cultural. Appraised value, $337.00.
Plans of the lots and full information
ns to necessary qualifications of appli
cants, method of npplylng, etc., may be
obtained at the Laud Office, Honolulu,
the Lnnd Office, Hilo, or from the Ran
ger Second Land District (Joseph l'ritch
nrd, Esq.), Ilouokaa, Hawaii.
JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu. April 10th, 1905.
April 18-35 Mny 3-9-16
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated Under the Laws of the
Territory of Hawaii.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
P. rCK .PrMldent.
C. C. KHNNIUIY VIce-ITen.
JOHN T. MOIR.nid Vice-ITe.
C. A. 8TOI1IH Culilrr.
A. II. JACKSON Secretary.
John Watt, John J. Orscc,
1'. 8. r.yman, It. V. fatten,
Wm. 1'ulUr. W. II, Bhlpiuan,
Draw Rxchnnee on
I h Finnic of Ilawnil, Ltd Honolulu
Wells, I'nrgo & Co. Hank.. .San I'rauclsco
Wells. I'nrgo & Co's Bank New York
The National Hank of tho Re-1 n..
Glynn, Mills, Curric & Co Loudon
Hougkong'Shnnghni Bank-) Hongkong,
lug Corporation f China.
Hougkoug-Slmnghal Hank-) Shanghnl,
lug Corporation ) Chlim.
Hongkong-Sliaughal Bank-) Hl,,n"'"
lug Corporal, '' jVpS? '
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Rented by the Mouth or Year. Pnr
ticulnrs on Application.
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For Salts by HILO DRUG COMPANY
NOTE THE FOLLOWING
Hilo Real Estate
Pnt Orfeffc 100x250 feet corner lot on
trJk V9J)f JJ j?rout street, in heart of city;
can be bought on easy terms; will double in value in
Ujfll RTO Corner residence lot in Puueo, 75
a Jl P J JJ x 150 feet, on main street; high
U?! II5inn A choice Reed's Island lot, upon
HOUSE AND LOT, Puuco, good location; house
well built; house and lot for cost of house.
pIVE ACRES, Kaumana, rent for $40.00 per
annum, for seventy-five per cent of the mort
gage; cleared and ready for planting cane; owner re
moving to Honolulu reason for selling.
It is said no fee simple property can be bought in
Kilo, but the above are actually for sale.
Look at these leases for sale also. If you have
any money at all I can show you how to flop it over
and everybody will make something. The experience
of ever' man who has ever bought anything since the
first crusade teaches us that now is the time to invest
in Hilo real estate.
LOOK AT THIS!
A LEASE of 57 x 68 feet, corner of Bridge and King
streets, Hilo, at $12.00 per month for twelve
years; business property; can be made to return $60.00
per month; for sale so cheap that the price is withheld
from the public only bona fide inquirers will be given
PIVE YEARS' LEASE of income-bearing property
on mauka side of Front street; buildings and
lease, $1200; will pay for itself in rents long before
expiration of lease.
Cah I ((( J3 years' lease of business
1 Jl p l ,vnvr pr0perty at Waiakea, with 4
buildings costing $1,750, at $25 per year ground rent,
paying $40 per month.
Tourists coining to town inquire for propcrt'; if
you have any to sell, list it now; it costs you nothing
to advertise if it is a good thing.
J. U. SMITH, Agent,
Telephone 129. Pitman and Waianucuue Streets.
SPECTACLES Just Right
Wc fit Hycgbi'scs nnd Spectacles
nnd fit them Right Ju-,t Right.
We fit glasses to old eyes to give
better vision and to preserve eye
sight. Wc fit glnsscs to young eyes
for the removal of eye-strnin nnd
Prntucs Right, Lenses Right,
Treatment Right, Prices Right.
A. N. Sanford
Boston Building, Honolulu
OVKR MAY & CO.
PAYFOR THE BEST
AND THAT'S Till? CLASS OP WOK K
I'RONT ST., Or. SPRKCKKL'S I1LOCK
quarterly or monthly pay-