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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 18, 1890.
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Tenders For Drugs and
OrrtCK OF TIIK BWMI OK TllULTll
Honolulu, Sept. 10,1800
Scaled tendon will bo roeohed nt this
oflUo until WEDNESDAY, September
M, 18SKI, nt 3 p. m., (or furnishing
drags nnd inccVcil supplies to all district
GovtiniKCtit j)liHi(iins, hospitals nud
dUpcusnries under control of tho Hoard
of Health, for tho term of ono year from
October 1st, 189(1.
A list of tho drugs and medical sup
plies required can be procured on appli
cation nt this office. '1 ho articles to bo
(um'shtd must bo of tho ery best
quality only, nnd sluuld bo up to the
requirements of tho l'liirmncoporiii of
the United Stntes of Amend, un1s
Tlio Hoard doos not bind itstlf to no.
ccj t tho lowest or nnj bid.
WILLIAM O SMITH,
l'Tonidiuit of the Bond of Iltnlth.
Si)? Eueiii)a Bulietir;,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 18, 18M5.
Through tho cognizance taken
by lli Commissioner of Educa
tion of a cnso of Hogging iu tlio
Boformntory School, tho question
of discipline in that institution
becomes one of public dibCUbsiou.
As it npprnrs that tho Minister of
Education is going to thoroughly
investigate this paiticular case,
there is no present object in dis- I
oussiug it here. It is to be taken
for granted that tin1 Depaitiucnt
will not tolerate brutal or unusual
punishmonts in tho institution.
That physical chastisement cannot
bo absolutely piohibited without I
serious danger to aiseipi
arioiib danger to discipline is
on the other hand an
equally settled proposition. Theie
have bt-eu boys committed to the
school, at arious times in its
history, whoso characteis cau only
bo desciibed as desperate. Some
of theso havo been quollcd, under
different managements, only by
tho iniliction of corporal punish
ment and the exercise of various
recognized forms of prison discip
line. Othors having pioved posi
tively incorrigible had to bo com
mitted to the national prison and
became regular jailbirds. Mnuy
truants and waifs caught young,
however, have boen released at n
propor age, after having acquired
a fair education as well as indus
trial training, which enabled thorn
to earn respectable livelihoods.
The selling of the land once cul
tivated by tho labor of the bigger
boys, and the taking these out of
tho school to make naval cadets of
them on tho famous Kainnloa, re
duced tho institution to a mere tra-
. , . '
enntendentoeunam, it is noticed,
complains to the Department of a
lack of facilities for industiial
training. His complaint should
bo heeded without unnecesnry
delay. Plenty of real and sys
tematic work, in branches of in
dustry that will fit the boys for
UBeful lives, is of tho very essonco
of a ref iimatory's ehof purpose,
besides Di ing an essential part of
tho disc phue tlmt in itself is a
priiro reforming agency. The lto-
forn utory School is ono of tho
n-t ,w.arv ,,.,.,,. nf
nonoiuiu, aim tuu bulletin Jias
never hiul uuy patience with pro-
Honolulu, and the Bulletin has
positions souiotimef-presented (or
its nbolition. But it must bo
maintained according to tho best
available standaids Its manage
mont cannot be expected to inako
bricks without being suppliod
with all of tho ingredients.
Agricultural aud hoiticultuial
training should bo restored as part
,., . , . . , , ,
of tho industrial woik, nnd per-
Jmps workshops for tho making
aiui repairing oi liupiomuiitb ior
tillage would then nffoid enough
mechanical training. As an iu-
centivo to good conduct and dilig
onco, tlio promiso o 'homoBlondB
to tho boys, whonovor they Attain
ed proper ngonnd ofllciency, might
be expected to bo effectivo. It also J
would bo iu lino with tho Govern
ment's declared policy of land
Since tho articloon tho Reform
atory School was in typo, the news
report camo to hand of tho public
Hogging of mutiuoUB illinntCH. It
is thus Hcon th nt uisciplino is
bound to bo strictly enforced.
Tin: i:urnuu ki: mioik.
Current Annul ! .Miilitnlii.lM tlie
Sn, Srpt. II, IS1MI.
About 5 o'clock Pntnl iv morn
ing (wo woro not so anxious about
tho clock as we woro to got our
; door open) we found ours,lf uu-
1 doiug bolts and bars with rapid
hand, for tiioio was a slight shock, twenty years ot practical ex
heavy enough though, to knock perjence in tne building of
that dream in the head that was r &
on baud at the inoment; and in a grain cleaning machinery has
second, one qui to rough and whol
ly earnest, nnd wo landed on tho given them a very clear idea
grass iii baro feet. Then wo dart I
cd back, rushed our feet into slip- of the requirements of the
j iHrs, throw a morning gown over
tho night gown, and were in lull
JSdtely comes! but' "' i
We t-im't discover why we over I
lock our doors nt all, tor no ono .
would outer hero without knock-'
ing, once in a thousand years, and
ovou if thoy did wo could say to j
them what that old woman said,
who hcaid someono rummaging
in hor burpau drawer: if they '
could find anything in tho dark
she could not find in tho light,
thov were wolcomo to it. .
Wo read in Uotion the other
day, " tho bolt lltnv back." What
a fiction ! if a bolt would ever
ily in its life, it would in 'shock'
time, and we saw no bolts Hying
iu Kohala. We had asked nfiiind
Saturday night, what sort of wea
thor he called it i" tor it lmd been ,
verv warm and ominously still on ,
sea ami mnu ior bovorai uay. xi
is the same today, in fact, littlo
mora ripple in t'ho air possibly,
Wo do not fancy too still weather
or too still people breakers ,
"Harvest Homo" at "St. Paul's"
Wednesday, Sept. 10, 1890, at 7
p. in. A. M. P.
Writ of f'rror IHmiiInikmI I.ruiu to
Iiiiirw Properly Asked.
Kapiolaui vs. Puahi. Do
fondant has twenty days from
date to answer tho complaint.
Judge Carter Ins approved tho
account of Akoi, guauban of Lna-
l.in ... .i.tm . ,(l .vomri 1- nit mnlnh !
was doforred from Jan. Ill until
nftor filing of receipts. Baionabu
Judge Perry, after hearing yes
terday and today, ordered tho pro
ceedings dismissed in tho writ of
trror of O.T.Gulick, administrator,
, infit niiel $nueiBCOt the
i p7irty instituting tho proceedings
to pay costs. Plaintiff noted ox-.
,..,(,..,. in fi.n ...,i;,.,. i,.:. .i,(,,,, ,
and Correa for plaintiff in error;
CaRtlo for defendant in error
Tlarbottle vs. Kawlins. eieet
incut, reached tho argument stage
before Judge Perry today. Tlio
hearing began on Tuesday.
J. Alfred. Magoon, guaulian of
James Love, petitions for leave to
expend $1800 on repairing tho
house on Emma street, and erect
ing an additional building ou tho
premises, whereby tho place can
be leased for 10 a month instead
of $25 as at present. Tho piosent
, le,iso to Geo. D. Freoth will ex
I piro tho end of this year,
' Seattle is fast becoming a great
0lty- Ono thing wlnch makes it
Oliy. jum liiuig which iiuikuh ii
,'u , RnnJ ?,, . wi.,-,,1,
firKi at the Criterion. A irood
fiml at tho Oritorion. A good
thine always makes its mark.
This is ono of tho best things on
U Willi IWIIU HUHW l.ll.V V. S WlllVRU
no loiiRor nets for the Germuniu Lifo
Inaunttice Oonipnny ol Now York. Wo
titko plniiHuro iu nunotiMciu" that Mr.
...I.. I. ,. t. a nnftiia lnk A Tl IIi,i.a I
0. U. CmtisM. a perfectly roliublo iiml
Bcntleumuly umu, will raoialn in Honolulu
tor tUo piehoiit to attend to tlio niUim of
Tin: gbumanialipb inburasoi:
Itv itH Attoinev,
J ALl'ltr.D MAOOON.
Dated Honolulu, Hupttmbor 17, 1811(1.
RACINE RICE AND COF
The Racine farm and ware
house fanning' mills or dust
less grain and seed cleaners
and separators have achieved a
world-wide reputation. They
are manufactured by the John-
SOn & Field Company whose
. f . , ,
uaut. iui iuiii auu otv.u
cleaners and separators, which
emb0dy the essential points of
durability, large capacity and
I he RACINE rARAi AvlLL,
c i r j
for cleaning, grading and sepa-
f j. kj d f an ;s
SUnerior in all respects to any
i ' v J
'other in use. We have recent-
, l.V imported SOme of these
, .,, .,, , . .
""US, Willi screens alia lUtys
n oHnntpH fnr iir nnH
r J r
coltee. i nev are extremely
simple and are worked with
an ordinary crank. We wish
to call attention to the follow
ing essential points in their
First Their largely increas
ed capacity over all other Mills
in cleaning all kinds of Grain
Second The improved plan
of hanging the shoe upon
strap-hinged hangers thus
preventing constant breakage.
Third The manner in which
the drum or head is fastened
to the posts by means of cast
, ,f , , , riirpH tn
, ir0n liaU CirC,eS a,Kl SeCUftd tO
the oosts bv screws, (instead
of cleats mortised into posts
and held by wooden keys)
adding increased strength and
durability to the Mill and
rendering it less liable to
break when shipped in "knock
Fourth The great advan
tage of a Screw to raise or
lower the slide of Hopper, with
;ease, in regulating the feed.
Fifth The gearintr is all
'n hr?c nn t ip n; Hp of Mill
1 x.r.i.. .
I . f hp wnv
uul Ul l'c wd).
We are prepared to furnish
fhPeA m;ik nt Avfrniol, lr
I prices and invite all -rice and
LUIItU (JlUWtlO IU Uilll tllHI ott
I . , .. tt 1 r
; Hn.Wail?lTl 7Y( WHVP ( ,0
ucuianau lictiuwcuu vU.
Opposite Spreckols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
that wo aro prepared nt
nil times to do your Coppor
Plato Engraving and Printing
on Caids, Wedding and Socioty
Also, Pino Monogram Em
bossing, AddrosB Dies and
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plato $1.50
H. F. Wichman,
Don't you need a watch?
Ono that you can depend
uiion. The kind wo soil.
"iTrt emlliiir WolflinMto
in a dust prool' case for !
and fully warrant them in
Wo sell other makes,
some as low as 5.00,
others as high as $200.00.
Our stock is so large, we
would take pleasure in
helping you to a watch at
so low a price your pocket
would not feel the lift.
No pie plates sold, ut
most reliability in every
25 and 50
Just Eeceived ex
"Archer." . .
Every piece of our
4 Ply Hose
Also, a supply of
Oastle & Cooke
i it I 1 Jll
W h W $ll)i UAimnit
ill va r Yi v&Vt'A 0 1 1 mm l"B
I I a mm
-' 1 1 m fa nWIvI
13 kl f7 V l) I
m 3 0$ l KA VlKl
(J 1 P
4r - r; ni o
the best shoomakurs in tlio world and pick what best, suits our
trade nnd wo dou't know of anything too good for the peoplo
of this town.
TVl Q Ma Tniffl.fit.il
... AIAWVA. M.XWV U
J3iqr Shoe Store.
f("H f-ir W-flvtii"
If you aro thinking of getting a
Bioyoli:, noAv is tho timo to get
ono while they last. This offer of
ItAMiiLints at S7G.00 is not a cut in
price, so don't wait expecting to
boo tho prico come any lower. Wo
aro offering 1895 wheels at this
prico aud there aro but a few loit.
This wheel is fitted with tho
Great GJ-. ,fc .T. Tixe
which has proven so satisfactory
iu this land of tho
Wo also havo a stock of the 1890
wheels both ladios and gents which
we aro offeriug at a low iiguro and
ou easy toruiB. Conio in aud havo
a look at our wheals and satisfy
yourself that we aro in the Bicycle
Stop and think how many Nick
les and Dimes you might savo
had you a wheel. A rido to AYai
kiki is not only a pleasure but a
sure saving or health and strength.
You will find now vigor by tho use
of muscles uovor before brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AUD DOMT COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
Oattok, Niki.i. & Co., s : : : : Proprietors.
John Niki.i,, : : : : i i i Suporiiitoudunt.
General Repair Shop !
JOBBING A SPECIALTY
Queoii street, bottiun Alnkon
nnd ltichardu sheets,
iind our knowledge of tho
shiic ihukursand thoir pro
dtifts jrives us the power
to lu.y the best that's
made, with ready cash in
hand wo ran uiid do ro to
TW RllOfi Pid.
1. WAM WJlUV VVII
C1; XT'oi't Stroot.
"By the Transit which arriv
ed on tho 4th inst., wo re
ceived 100 Jewel stoves and
ranges (one large car load)
direct from , tlio factory at
This is our third shipment,.
and wo find that wo havo
only 4 stoves left from our
The excellence of these
stoves has already been
proved by tho large sale, but
we will name three points:
First. Long life from tho
heavy high grade of iron
which is the same in the $12
stove as iu tho $50 ran"-e.
Second. Economy ir. ino
use of fuel.
Third. Quick and even
Wo propose leasing theso
stoves on the following terms:
When tho stove is delivered
one-third of the prico is paid
in cash, and the balance
monthly thereafter in fivo
If before tho expiration of
the five months, tho lessee
wishes to pay oil' tho balance,
ho will bo entitled to a dis
count of five per cent, on the
If a customer wants to buy
outright, he gets fivo por cent.
discount on the whole amount.
Jewel stoves and ranges
can be had only of us.
Von Holt Buildiny.
HAS TAKKN THE
Photograph : Gallery,
Opposite Love's Bakery ou
M li U an U -:- Street,
Whole he will entor immediately into tho
worlt of Taking lictiuen. Mr. tcvoiin has
had yearH of c eiienca at this branch and
has ulwayx wet with success in it,
MARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OmrK: 209 Merchant street, Camiibell
Block rear of J. O. Cartel's office, p. 0.
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