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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 22, 1806.
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1-UI1LIO LANDS NOTICE.
SVIiC OF VALUAUL13 LEASE AT AUC
TION. On tint-inlay, October 17tli next, nt 12
o'clock noon, nt front ontrnnco of Judiciary
ltmlilin-, will bo Bold lit public auction,
Hie leuBO of the ('overnmont Fishponds of
Ivalhiknpu mid Lelepniin, In Moannlun,
Onlui, o -ntninlng 712 nores.
To rm : Fifteen years.
Upset Kent tit right llundrod Dollars
per nimuin, payable Quartet! in Advance,
Notes of survey and plan of the nbnvo
fishponds may be soon nt the l'ubllc Lauds
Pllto, Judiciry lluildinp,. Honolulu.
A pent of Public 1 audi,
l'uli ic Lnudi Offlce, Honolulu, Sept. 21.
Tenders For Drugs and
Ofi in- or tiii H Ann or Hkalti.
Ilo.l.l'l.f, Sept. 10. ISM. J
Si-n'od tnuib-vs Mill bi roc-ivod nt thin
olllce uutil Wl-DNESDAY, Septcuilier
.3, 185)0, at .1 p in., for furuinliing
drugs nud ined'cul nupplies to nil district
Onvtrnmcnt physicians, bosuitals and
dispenpnrlcs under control of the Board
of Heal'b, for the term of ono year from
October 1st, 1890.
A list of the drugs and medical sup
plies required can bo procured on appli
cation at this office. Tlio nt tides to bo
furn'shed must bo of the very best
qinlity only, and t-h'iild bo up to the
lfcpiiremeiiN of tbo Pharmacopoeia of
tho United "Mates of America, unless
The Hoard does not bind itself to ac
cept tho lowit.1 or any bid.
WILLIAM O SMITH,
1'iHi.ideiit of tho Bond of lltnlth.
S Zverr) Builetir;,
DA'JirLi. LOGAN. Editor
TUESDAY, SEPT. 22, 18.
If corporations iu some cases
aro having thoir taxation doubled,
it is uuder legislation Hint was
enacted only after full discussion.
Therefore it is to bo presumed
that tho baBi's of taxation is as
fair as could havo been devised,
e-ippeially when it is considered
that tho corporations practically
dominated tlie Legislature. Under
.sulI: .'iruuiustimcos tho doubling
of the taxes of any corporation,
providing that the law is equitably
nl ministered, would mean that
such corporation had hitherto only
paid half of what it should havo
paid, had there been a fair
system of taxation in voguo. It
is mauy years since attempts bo
gfin to bo mn.de to havo corpora
tions taxed in something like duo
proportion to their property, but
corporate iniluonoo was always
too powerful to allow the uocos
S'iry legislation to bo effected un
til now. Some of tho largest own
ers of coi porute capital admitted,
Avhi'U the latest legislation was
pending, that taxation had boruo
with inequitable lightness upon
corporations. Unforo tho recent
uneiidment to tho tax laws,
however, there w.ih an outcry from
a largo number of taxpayers
ftgaiusl tho arbitrary raising of as
sessment variations. Bofoio tho
Appeal Board it was proved in
many cases that tho assessors
were guided by no standard so
much as by their own whims. If
the amendid law will promote
equity aii'l m-'Icmi. in the levying
of taxes, it w'H bo sustained by
tho country at largo regardless of
the resentment of corporations.
Minister Damon has avowed !
uothing more strongly before leg- ;
islativo bodies than his belief that
tho public has a right to bo in
formed regarding administrative ,
ao's. Yol lately it would appear j
that there hus been more mystery
hedging tho doings iu subdivi
sions of the Finance Department
thnn iiiiywlioro olso iu tho
Government. Mou who havo boon
nctivo supporters of tho ropublican
regime trora tho first havo boon
uincbiirgeil from tho custoniB ser-
vico for iustance, and, Although
thoy havo challenged a stntomont
of the cauBe of dismissal, neither
thoy nor tho public can get tho
slightest satisfaction. Bonds bo
yond the ability of other oflicors
to furnish are arbitrarily exacted,
until somo of thorn aro got rid
of by that moaus, ami then tho
embargo ia raised after a few
days. If tho Legislature was
in session, Miniotor Damon
would bo required either to give ; less grain and seed cleaners
reasons for these proceedings or , and separators have achieved a
Btnto why such reasons could not
bo produced. This air of mystery WOl'Id-wide reputation. They
Burmunding tho operation of tho j are manufachired by the John
public HPrvico cannot but havo a '
tendency to cause a wonkouiug of son & Field Company whose
confidence in tho administration of ;wents of practjcal ex
any Depiirtinout wheio it prevail.), i J
Worse than that, it will bo liablo ' perience in the building of
to promote dishonesty in ollioial, ' n deann T machinery lias
lioldtug positions of trust. Wlion "
they do not know tho day nor tho
hour when they may bo incontin
ently thrust out, without atiy
cause assigned for their dismissal,
their fortitudo against temptation
to make hay whilo tho sun shines
will uoed strong moral lnaciug.
Those XTSii to make
political capital out of a roferonco
to the Supreme Court in tho Chi-
cago platform, denouncing it as
anaichism, might bo rcfiTred to
tho language hold by Charles
Sumner at the Massachusetts con-j
vention whore tho Republican par-
iy was ursi curisienea. uu iniuiu i
no bones about saying that the Ju
diciary was only worthy of respect
righteousness and justice, and j
he arraigned the Judiciary of '
even niottt in ages, aim uoi outy ;
in England but America, for its
blood-stained, oppressive and ser
vile record. Tho occasion of tho
referonco was tho upholding of
slavery as constitutional by tho
Supremo Court against tho advanc
ed opinions of somo of tho ablest
lawyers and reasonors of that cri
Go slow on praibo for Honolu
lu property owners, neighbor, as
to thoir enterprise in making
sidewalk!. There was more rot-
ton wood than stone, moro mud I
f,lntl ., , ,, ',.,,, -,
tlinii woo J. Hi in (.ntimil u uwm.
walks until the legiblation of 1802
compelled a change of scono.
Grades thoro were uouo to Bpoak
of, excepting in the records of tho
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Let the reopening of tho Opera
Houso bo as popular as it iB in
tended to have the establishment
permanently conducted. It is
not aristocratic dollars for a
ticket, but tho democratic price
half, threo-quartor or ono dollar
according to section that has ai- j
ways prevailed, which is going to
make tho doors swing open fro-
It i8 now7iier Vhoar that !
the expenditure of the appropria
tion for a wharf at Hilo ia depen
dent upon tho action of tho peo
ple of that town. Tho money
was appropriated in the Loan Act
without any local option condi-!
tions, and when tho bonds aro
sold the wharf should bo built. I
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liogatta Day is an ornament if
not tho crown of Itenroseutativo I
Robortson's universally admitted
high usefulness as a legislator.
A tliiiulrrtl lliuiiKiiiKl it Ymii.
In eighty years tho Dukes of
Bedford havo spent 88,000,000 in
improving one estato in Cam
bridgeshire, from which tliey
draw 8(5 an aero rent. Tho laud
yields thirty six bushels ot wheat
to tho aero.
. J. Derby, D.D.S., Denial
odico Colltfio No. 100. Alnkou
Htroet, telephone o. tilo. Oflioo
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
' RACINE RICE AND COF-
The Racine farm and ware
house fanning mills or dust-
given them a very clear idea
of the requirements of the
trade for grain and seed
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embody the essential points of
durability, large capacity and
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j Tlie RaCINE RA MlLL,
for cleaning, grading and sepa-
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ratinS all kinds of gram IS
superior ill all respects to any
other in use. We have recent
ly imported some of these
m'1Is- With screens and trays
especially adapted for lice and
cofTee. They 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
q i -ri j i
Second The improved pan
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
iron half circles and secured to
the posts by screws, (instead
of cleats mortised into posts
and held by wooden keys)
adding increased strength and
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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
eas ; reguating the f j
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Fifth The gearing is all
placed on the inside of Mill,
uul Ul U1C Wtv-
We are prepared to furnish
these mills at extremely low
prices and invite all rice and
coffee growers to call and see
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
that wo aro prepared at
all times to do your Copper
Tlato Engraving and Printing
on Caids, Wedding and Society
Also, Fino Monogram Em
bossing, Address Dies and
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plato SI fiO
H. F. Wichman,
Don't you need a watch?
Ono that you crin depend
upon. The kind wo soil.
We ore selling WnlthaiuB
in a dust proof case for
and fully warrant them in
We soli other makes,
some as low as $5.00,
others as high ns $200.00.
Our stock is so large, wo
would take pleasure in
helping you to a watch nt
so low a price your pocket
would not feel the lift.
No pie plates sold, ut
most reliability in overy
1 H. F.Wiclimaii
25 and 50
Just Received ex
"Archer." . .
Every piece of our
4 PSy Hose
Also, a supply of
Oastle & Ocoke
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tho best shooiuak.irs in the world and pick what bust suits our
trade and we don't know of anything too good for tho people
of this town.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
13isr Shoe Stove.
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sUr' i 1& - V f-7" r0-
Ps . . rr-r"
mmjto.-. 4ia winw"--
If you aro thinking of getting a
Bioyoli:, now is tho time to get
ono whilo they last. This offor of
Hamhlehs at S75.00 is not n cut iu
price, so don't wait expecting to
seo tho price come any lower. Wo
aro offering 181)5 wheels at this
prico and there aio but a few loft.
This whool is Gtted with tho
Great G. fc .T. Tire
which has proven so satisfactory
in this laud of the
Wo also havo a stock of tho 189G
wheels both Indies and gents which
wo are offering at a lowiigura and
on easy terms. Come in and havo
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yourself that wo aro in tho Bicycle
A n Investment
Stop and think how many Nick
les and Dimes you might savo
had you a wheel. A ride to Wai
kiki is not only a pleasuro but a
sure saving of health audslrongth.
You will find new vigor by theuso
of musolos nevor beforo brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALDE FOR REPAIRS.
. 0. HaS! & Son
Oatton, Nii.ll A: Co., : : : : : rropriotors.
John Niki.l, :::::: : Superintendent.
General Repair Shop!
JOBBING A SPECIALTY
Qiiuoii Htreet, botweou ALilnin
ami Uiclmiili btrotitn.
and our knowledge of tho
shoe makers and their pro
ducts gives us tho power
to buy tho best that's
madu, with ready cash in
hand wo can and do ? to
f10 XT-ovt SStvoot.
Novelties in household
goods draw customers to the
up - to - dato stores; thoir
presence on the shelves is an
indication of push and energy
(ombined with enterprise, the
foundation to every successful
business house. Wo find
pleasure and profit in getting
out of the old rut and bringing
a few sunshine novelties into
Ono of tho woes of tho
average housekeeper lies in
tho can used to hold kero
sene for tho lamps. Fre
quently slie finds the floor
discolored by grease spots
and disgust follows. One
I ot our new Ulobe oil cans
i will obviate this and for
very little money.
( rown fryers are as well
known in the States as Crown
bakers, nearly every one whose
stove has not a broiler nttach
inert uses ono because the re
sult is practically tho snuie.
They arc exclusivo with us.
In tho warm weather (and
that mean-i nearly all the
yenr round with ns), nothing
is so refreshing as an ice
cream or a sherbet. Tho
t Lightning Freezer excels all
; others in tho making of theso
, delicacies. Wo soli this in
' preference to any other.
I After your dessert a cup of
delicious cofleo is almost
I necessary you know what
muggy coffee is? By the use
of a Princess cofl'eo pot tho
ciieo is absolutely clear and
free from grounds. When
tlio berries aro ground in an
Enterprise mill such as we
sen and cooked in a "Prin
cess" nothing can bo hotter.
You've read about chafing
dishes, possibly owned ono;
those -made of Aluminum
such as wo olTer are tho best,
and iu tho end tho cheapest.
Von Holt Building.
HAS TAKEN THE
Photograph : Gallery,
Opposito Lovo'tf Diil-ory on
Muuanu :- Street,
Where lni will onfor immodintely hito tlio
work of Taking I'ictuits. Mr. boveiiu 1ms
lmil yearn of u orienoa nt this blanch nnd
has iiIuujh met with micettiH iu it.
MARY PUBLIC anil TYPEWRITER
Omen: 203 Merchant street, Campboll
Block renr of J. O. Curtor'u office. V, O.
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