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Will lie received lit tho Oflleo of tho
HiliiHter oi the Interior till 12 o'clock noon
m( THURSDAY, Augnst 13tu, 1890, for
ttie construction oi foundntions of the
ficntr.nl Tiro Stitiun. l'lnns nnd specificn
h'ons nt tbu Office of tlio Superintendent of
I'ublio Works. The Minister doe not
Mud blmsolf to rccopt tho lowest or any
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
interior Ofllce, Aug. 5, 1800. 373-3 1
lu nccordancc with the requirements of tlio
5t, n general census of tlio Hawaiian Islands
-will bo tnKcii M of date of the night of Scpt
tinhcr 27, 1SU0. Attention U called to tho
follow lug extract from the law :
"All persons arc hereby required under
pain of n fine not to exceed filty dollars; to ho
imposed by any police or district Justice, to
wisw cr all such questions as shall ho propound
d by the agents of tha Hoard of Education, re;
Allng to or necessary for making the census.'
Tlio follolni: District Superintendents liavo
V.-cn appointed for the purpose of miikim; the
yilo H.C. Austin
Unmakua Chas. Williams
Mortli Koliala W. P. McDou?al
3outh Kohula Miss E. W. Lyons
North Konu Wnldcmar Midler
South Kona Harry T. Mills
Kan 0. Mclncckc
r,Un Harry Hj croft
MAUI, I.ANAI AND MOI.OKAI.
Uhaliuund I.anal Henry Dickenson
W.iiluU John A. Moore
llaUnwno C. H. Dickey
liana 15. Straucli
Molokal Geo. Trimble
ttiraand Walanao .'.C. It. Dement
Waluluu Ed. Ilore
Itoolauloa and Koolaupoko.. William Henry
KAUAI AND NIIIIAU.
Valmeaand Nlllntt E Omsted
loloa Edward Stretz
Ulme W. J. Wells
Saw nllmu H. ' Austin
aanalel "...W. E. II. DevcrlU
ALATAU T. ATKINSON.
General Superintendent of Census.
Holders of water privileges, or those pay
wjt water rates ore hereby notified that the
4ours for Irrigation purposes are from 0 to 8
'clock A. M. and 1 to 0 o'clock r. M.
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, July in. lb'JO. 35fi lm
ty Euei)i9$ Bulletin
DANIEL. LOGAN, Editor.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 5, 1896.
An amusing controversy is in
progress between tho Advertiser
ud tho Hilo Tribune, over tho
question of tho futuro capital of
tho islands. Tlio Tribune claims
that the island of Hawaii has
furnished tho means for making
nd keeping Honolulu the capital,
nd in the near future will turn
its stream of wealth into its own
iown of Hilo nud mako it tho
metropolis, political as well as
commercial, of tho group. This
threat apparently alarms tho Ad
vertiser nnd it valiantly springs
into tho breach to savo Honolulu,
lu tho meantime Hilo is
"rowing, and Honolulu grows too.
l'liis island of Oiilm has not
leaoliod the full dovolopmout of
its resources by auy means. In
tlio matter of sugar alono, Oohu
bids fair to produco as much, bo
loro many years, as tho whole
group lias lately done. Othor
iuduf-tries on this island are also
Jorgiug ahead. Even with tho
projected harbor enlargement at
Honolulu, tliero is a possibility
that in a fow yuais commerce will
overcrowd tho port. Direct ship
.monts of tho products of the isl
ind of Hawaii, consequent upon
tho making of a good harbor at
Hilo, are not likely over to mako
Honolulu harbor deserted or even
fc dwarf its commerce. Hilo
aught to have what it asks
and moro too, but justico
to Hint town will not bo
hastened by nonsensical brog, in
advance of obtaining its dncs,
about doing up Honolulu. On
tho other hand, opposition from
Honolulu to tho iraprovomont of
Hilo harbor is extremely short
sighted nnd unrrowminded from a
national viowpoint. AVhat will
benefit Hilo and tho island of
Hawaii will iuuro to tho common
wolfaro and progress of tho
nation. There is not tho least
doubt that with direct steam com
munication botweon Hilo and tho
Pacific Coast diversified industries
1 on tno island ot .Hawaii would
develop by leaps and bounds.
Tourist travel would also bo
stimulated and that without
diminishing, but on tho contrary
increasing, tho How of tourists to
Honolulu. Tho revenues of tho
nation would increaso in magical
progression from all sources.
Tliero is indeed no argument in
favor of hurrying forward a com
ploto system of roads for Hawaii
which will not apply to tho en
hancement of commercial facili
ties at Hilo. Let tho whole coun
try bo developed as ovonly as pos
sible between its different sec
tions. Sectional and jealous bick
ering between Honolulu and Hilo
should receive no countenance
from any who have tho good of
tho commonwealth at heart. It is
not only ridiculous but obstruc
tive to national progress.
There is a request from Hilo
for Sunday band concerts at
Cocoauut Island. Since tho Gov
ernment gives Sunday band con
certs at Honolulu, it cannot ro
fuso permission for Hilo to listen
to Hilo's own band on Sunday.
.Speaker Hoed has got ovor his
jilt, abandoning tho intention to
retire from public lifo. He will
not only try for Congress again,
but lead tho campaign for Mc
Kiuley in Maine. Tho retire
mout of so able a statesman and
legislator would bo a natioual
calamity. Knowing ones hold
that his decision to remain in
public life will place him in line
for tho Republican presidential
nomination in 1900. Ho is also
slated for Secretary of State if
McKinlov is elected.
One of tho pleasing features of
the largo iucioaso of Pacific steam
traffic looking into Honolulu,
which has developed within recent
years, is tho visiting of statesmen
of countries washed by this ocean
to other countries within tho samo
vast bounds. It tends to create
an interoceauic community of in
terest which bodes well for at
least tho prevention of interna
tional misunderstandings between
countries that growing commerco
brings moro nnd moro into
Attention, Company G-.
Aiimouy Company G, N. O. II.,
Honolulu, Aug. C, 181)0.
GKVEUY MEMUEH OP THIS COM
pany in horuby ordered to report
nt the Drill Shed, THIS (Wednesday)
EVENING, Auk. 0, 1800. at 7:30
o'clock, for Drill.
JOHN 51. KEA,
373-1 1 Cuptiiin Coinuinuding.
Pioneer Building and
Assets, July 1806, $10G,5.,5.15
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
A Savings llauk for Monthly Deposits.
IIouHea limit on the Monthly Iuntullmuit
Thirteenth Series of Stook now opon.
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Socrotury.
Clinmlxir of Comincrco ItooniH.
Olllto horns, 12:30-1 :!i0 P.M. :i73-tf
Dealers In Tinware, etc., Piping Laid
I3ff" Orders solicited; charges cry mo
ho.iiO!) N'liunmi St., 4 doors abo voKing St.
EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST' fil IBM.
Democratic Party And
The singular situation of the
Democratic party at tin's time
is aptly illustrated by the story
of two Irishmen who occupied
berths in a sleeping car on one
of the great American railway
lines. A collision took place
in the night and confusion
ensued. Both men dressed
hastily, and when they emerged
from behind the curtains, Pat,
recognizing his friend Mike,
said to him, "Aike, are you
hurted?" "No," said Mike,
who in his haste to dress had
gotten into his trousers with
the hind part before, "I am not
hurt, but am fatally twisted."
The Democratic party, it is al
most needless to remark, is like
unto Mike, "fatally twisted."
Instead of being twisted in
a railway collision, however,
Democracy seems to have been
twisted by wind. Whether
some remnants of the recent
St. Louis tornado hovered
around the Chicago convention
or whether it was -simply a
tornado issuing from the mouth
of the"BoyOrator of the Platte"
certain it is that windy
eloquence carried the day in
the Democratic convention,
and from all accounts the
campaign will have to be
carried through on wind, as the
banks refuse to let the Demo
crats have any gold to run
It the windy eloquence of a
boy orator can force a Presi
dential nomination in favor of
an almost unknown candidate,
what must be the power of old
Boreas himself when he turns
loose a consignment of the
real article. We have seen it in
the almost total destruction of
a portion of the city of St.
Louis and we have seen it
take a "twist" through Kapio
lani Park just to show the
people of these islands that we
are not entirely forgotten.
Wind, however, properly
regulated and controlled is not
only a good thing in the mouth
of a man like Wm. J. Bryan,
but it is a better one in the
case of the Aermotor Wind
mill, and a very little of it
will answer the purpose. The
mechanism of the Aermotor is
of Steel and it is simplicity
personified. A boy or an
ignorant Jap can run it and
keep it in order. Only a few
weeks ago we replaced a wind
mill set up in the grounds of
the Queen's Hospital, which
would not do the work re
presented, by an Aermotor.
mere nas oeen no trouble
about water since. The hospital
people are using more water
than ever before, have more to
use and yet the Aermotor only
runs a portion of the time.
For the first time in the history
of the institution, the trustees
are assured of water enough to
irrigate the entire grounds and
the pipes will soon be laid
to do so.
But enough said! Everybody
knows the Aermotor does
exactly what it is represented
to do. To those who have not
examined its simple construc
tion we would like to show a
small working model which
we have in operation.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockels' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
to your typo printed visiting
curd, When it is so ensy to
got tho corroct thing right at
No enrd but; an engraved
one is acceptable; otliurs are
considered shoddy nud should
not bo used..
"Wo kuowlho correct thing,
and any work turnodout by
us, will place you right in
Every effort is being made
by us to koop this work at
homo, and i a strict tuUier
onco to San Francisco pricos,
combined with good clean
work is any inducement to
place ordorB hero, wo will got
all your work from now on.
Bear in mind that wo are
not trying to meet tho cut
rates of Eostorn Department
Btores for inferior work; but
are doing good work, using
tho very best of material, and
adhering closly to ruling
rates in San Francisco.
Nor is the work confined
to Cards alone, but Wedding
and Society Stationery, Busi
ness Caids, Announcements,
Bill Heads for Professional
men, Embossing, and the
general run- of work coming
under that head, havo tho
samo careful attention.
You- may not need any
thing now, but it is woll to
bear in mind when tho time
comes, and savo tho expeiiBO
of sending awny for it.
I H. F.Wichman
If you aro thinking of getting a
Bicycle, now iB tho timo to get
0110 while they last. This oifor of
RamuIjUIS at $75.00 is not acutin
price, so don't wait exporting, to
boo tho price come auy lower. Wo
aro ottering 1895 whcols at tliiB
prico and there aro but a fow loft.
This wheel is fitted with tho
Great G. fc -T. Tix'e
which has provon so satisfactory
in this land of tho
AVo also havo a stock of tho 189G
wheels both ladies and gonts which
wo aro oiForing at a low figuro and
on easy terras. Comoinand havo
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yourself that we aro in the Bicycle
Stop and think how many Niok
les and Dimes you might savo
had you a wheel. A rido to Wai
kiki is not only n pleasure but a
suro saving of health and strength.
You will find now vigor by thouso
of musolos uovor before brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DON'T COST YOD
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Are Wei! Fixed.
KfST'Wo rotor of course to Footwear, particularlyAallltlio-nowalindes
in colors for Ladies and Qcntlemon.
If: You Heed Fixing -sHank
, C6me in. and' Seo'TU1-
"THIS 1IVS 'EM PLENTY,'? LAST MONTH..
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go.;
33ig- ShoO'Store. &1.K3 Font Streot.
1W; yfopfyals ii OurEdneii l6pap.trq,eiit-!
Whito LinetiiTublo Damask, good quality.
White Linen Table Covers with Napkins to matoh.
White Linen. Becl Sheoting,,90 inch, at $1.50-per yard.',
Whito Linen for Pillow Cases, 45 inch$,G0c peivyard.
Fine White. Linen, 3G inch, GOc per yard.
Red Table IDhmask, GOc and 70c per yard.
White Damask Tabic Covors with Rod- Boulcrs, $5.50
and $1.75 a piece.
White Damask Doilies, $li50 a dozen.
White Damask Doilies wiih Red Border 75c and $1.25 a
B. .F. Eiders & Co., Fort Street
25 and 50 .
Just Received ex
"Archer." . .
Every piece of our
4 Ply S4ose
Also, a supply of
Oastle & Cooke
i T WflENT
tf 0 v.
Wo'vo sold refrigerators and
stoves until wo are tired,
other things as well, but the
rush has been for refrigerators.
People appreciate a good thinf
when tho points aro explained
to them. Let's talk hoes, good
The Kretsinger Cut Easy is
as new to you as lots of other
things we havo introduced in
Honolulu. The Cut Easy is
made on tho same plan as tho
Gauss bread, knifo and looks
like one broadened out. Tho
American grass hook is
ano.ther now thins:. It is built
on new lines and cuts back
and front. A planter from
Kauai took a dozen tho other
day, because ho recognized!
tho merit there is in it; one.
will last a lifo time.
Everyone suffers from the
ignorance of servants when
it comes to sharpening lawn
mowers. We have a homo
sharpener that protects tho
blade and yet puts it in con
dition to cut a hair. These
nro garden implements vo
havo mentioned sprinklers
bolong in the same category.
Tho latest is one that makes
a beautiful spray and is built so
as to bo easily cleaned thcro's
a place on tho end of your
garden hose for one of thorn.
A one cup coffee or tea
maker is a jowol you cannot
afford to be without cheap
Von Holt Building.
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