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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUAnY 26, 1895.
' Four 'great- requisites of
Men's "Wearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suits
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the best J
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 Fort Stroot
1ST E W
Grocery v Store
34! NUTJANU BIURET,
Jletwcen Hotel nnd Klnp Street, next to
Has opened a First-class Grocery Store
as above. He ill keep always on band
the Dost and Freshest
American and English Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do bis best to ploase all
l'nrchases delivered to all parts
oi wie wiiy.
Cia.fu.o.1 ToloplioM.0 257.
Our stock; bf Holiday
Goods arc now ready for
inspection at our New I
Store (Wenncr's old i
stand) on Fort Street.
A carefully selected stock
of Jewelry bought with
an eye on the Holiday j
Trade and will be sold at
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
r. 0. Box 287.
Practical Carriage Trimmer
' (Has no connection with any car-
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Konders, Dashes, Sturm Aprons, Etc.,
at Lowest I'osslblo Prices, aud
Workmanship of the Best.
I use First-clans Material o( my own ipi-
Iortlng. Manufacturer of nil kinds of
Workshop 2d King Streot near Maunakea,
l'.O. IloxjgU. '
California Fruit Market
Corner Klnj; and Alokeu Bis.
Uy Kvery fittamer trim Sun
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Salmon, Poultry, Kie., Etc,
Best Family Medicine i
OYSPEPSIA, LIVER TROUBLES.
Purely Vegetable Easy to Take.
Tlie dcllcato sugar-contlng nt A)cr's l'llls
dissolves Immediately on reaching tlie stum
nch, nnd permits tho dill strength of each
Ingredient to be speedily nsslmllatcd. As a
pnrRath e, either for tnn ellen or ns a family '
medicine, Aycr's Pill nre the best lu tUo
HIGHEST AWARDS AT THE
World's Great Expositions.
CTA" ll.wnro of rhrap Imlutlnna. Tim nainn
, -ArT'it I'lIU- ! bluwu In tL uUu ut cch
of our boltlu.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Agents for llio Krpabllu of Hawaii.
Tho busiuoss of tho country is
Bottling into its formor groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, tho cows in tho
pasture switch Hies instead of bul
lets with their tails and the cream is
richer in couscquouce. Wo believe
wo have satisfied every one of our
customers who( have taken milk from
tie and we aro iu a position to sup
ply a great many more, The pooplo
who from choice or ut'eossity visited
Waialae during tho past two weeks
havo had an opportunity to see just
what sort of diet our stock feeds
upon, and no longer wonder at tho
richness of tho milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro tho
best. With tho excoption of a day
or two early iu tho lato unpleacant
nessour drivers have always been
ou time at our customers' residences.
Wo take this opportunity to thank
those who have beou patient with us
and to solicit a continuance of their
patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to us aud
guarantee all milk to bo puro and
freo from adulteration.
The WAIALAE RAJSTOU.
W. W. AHANA,
333 2Tvtu.j&VL Strast.
Kngllsh, Scoicb and amertcan Goods.
Style ami Fit Guaranteed.
Cleaning & Repairing
lotnil Tele. 668. P. 0. Bos 144.
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fine Cassimeres, Sargos,
White Linens, Etc.
Suits Made to Order
QN SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
0. AKIMA, - - -10 Ntiuanu Street.
M. T. DONNELL,
PATENTKK AND SOLE MANCFiOTUREn
New Patented Poi Strainer
All Orders or Coiiimnnlcitlrinu
addressed to E O Hull ,t Son, 1A1..
(who liavn tliem on sale), or to M. T.
Dounell, will reieive iiromit attention.
NEW YORK POLICE.
Exposure ot Utter Rottenness by the
Tho report of tho Loxow commit
toe, which has boon investigating
tho Police Dopartmont of Now York
City, has boon laid bofore tho Stato
Senate at Albany. It is in part as
Iu presenting this report, it is not
tho intention of your committee to
submit a comprehensivo analysis of
tho work performed and tho results
ntlainpcl, but rathor to accentuate
tho salient features of a record
which whou closely scrutinized
will disclose conditions in a depart-'
meut of municipal government tin-t
dreamed of at the timo of tho iucop-'
tiou of tho enquiry and justly dial-'
leugiug tho most serious attoution j
of the Legislature. I
Tho true volume of labor accom-1
plished caunot bo measured by the
testimony adduced, and yet that j
which is presented with this report
will indicate tho magnitude and
gravity of tho undertaking. Tho '
record shows a total of 10,57(5 pages
of proceedings. This does not In-1
elude a mass of documentary exhi- j
bits which worn read and considered
in tho evidence for tho purpose of
information. Of this testimony, ,
1077 pagos embrace the subject mat- j
ter of police interference at tho ,
polls, and tho balance, or almost I
'J500 pages, refer to tho subject mat- '
ter of blackmail, extortion and cor-1
ruption. In all 678 witnesses woro
oxnmiucd, of which some 81 woro
examined on tho first ahd 507 on tho
second branch of tho onquiry. In '
all about 3000 subpeunas were sorv
ed, of which upward of 2750 woro i
with reference to tho socoud
branch of the ouquiry. (
Regarding tho first branch of the
investigation, that relating to police I
interference at the polls and other I
unlawful acts in connection with i
elections, tho committee says: It
i uot intoudod iu this report to en
ter upon any extended analysis of !
tho testimony taken. The results '
of tho investigation may, however,
bo properly summarized iu tho gen
eral statement that it has been con-'
cltijiyely showu that lu a vory largo '
number of tho .election districts of
tho City of New York almost every
conceivable crime against tho elec
tive franchiso was either committed
or permitted by tho police, invari
ably in the interests of the domi
nant Democratic organization of the
City of New York, commonly called
Tammany Hall. The crimes thus
committed or permitted by tho po
lice may bo classified as follows:
Arrest and brutal treatment of the
Republican voters, watcbors and
workers, open violations of the elec
tion laws, canvassing for Tammany
Hall candidates, invasion of election
booths, general intimidation of tho ;
voters by the polico directly and by j
Tammauy Hall election district cap
tains iu tho presonco and with the
concurrence of tho polico; coloniza
tion of voters, illegal registration
and repeating, aided and knowingly
permitted by the police, denial to
Republican voters and election dis
trict ofliuora of their legal rights aud
privileges, co-operation with and ac-'
"lliosconvo in tho usurpation by
Tammany Hall election district cap- i
tains and watchers ot alleged rights
and privileges, in violatiou of law. ;
In fact, it may be stated as charac- j
toristie of the conditions shown to
exist by a cloud of wituesws, that
tho police conducted themselves at
the several polling places upon tho I
principles that they were there, not I
as guardians of tho public peace to .
onforco law and order, but for the
purpose of noting as agents of Tam
mauy Hall, iu securing to the candi
dates of that organization, by moans
fair or foul, tho largest possible
( It is a significant fact that the po
lico captains, whoso principles wore
specially considered in this connec
tion, woro appointed by the Presi-'
dent of tho Board of Police, and ono
of tho most conspicuous leaders at i
Tammany Hall, at tho instauco of '
that organization, as an organiza
tion. And ono of those captains,
when informed that watchers had
been sent to tho polls nt tho instauco
ot local reform associations, to aid in
securing an honest vote and count,
called tho o Ulcers of his command
together, and instructed them that
if those 'silk stockings" interfered,
they should staud them ou their
Tho ovidenco shows, moreover,
that partisan bias did uot stop with
captaius, but that in 1802, tho Presi
dent of the Polico Hoard himself,
just prior to tho Prosideutial elec
tion, iu defiance of the Superintend
ent of Police, gave direct ions to tho
assembled captains, which if carried
into i (Ict would havo enticed riot
and bloodshed at the polls, aud
would have precipitated encounters
between tliu polico and tho United i
Slates Marshals. Tho evidence,
taken ns a whole, indicates that the
department was permeated by the
I n 11 uo uce of Tammany Hall. Thus
wo find polico captaius and inferior
oilicora of so called Republican pro-
nPTT I O fTT'T '9 a fau' ind comprehensive
X XX I O J vJ X. exnmplo of a cheap and un
ctntercd lens. You think you get the same amount of relief
from a cheap glass, because it may have the same amount of
refractive power as the more costly. See where tho above
lens focuses. See the scattering of rays. Ah much spheri
cal aberration in such glasses as there is aberration of tho
mind in an insane person ; yet this is tho general run of
glasses you buy ch ap. How long will your sentitivc eye
stand this strain? Why, until they are ruined entirely. Can
you afford to wear such gluten, simply because they cost
you a little less than the perfect? No, a thousand times, No.
You could not if they were given you with a bonus. "We
will not sell bitch glasses; would not be guilty of giving
them away. But wo guarantee to fir. every manner of com
plicated case with the proper and correctly ground glass, and
to give perfect satisfaction.
K. F. WTOHiMLAJKr,
P. O. BOX 481-
I' & . " A0K1 ' KL0
OUR NEW WORKS AT KALIHI being completed, we aro now ready
to Furnish all kinds of
AI.80 KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
Pacific Guano, Potash, Nitrate of Soda,
Sulphate of Ammonia, Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
1 Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc
' RnAi-tnl ftflenffnn tplvan ti An.lvil. nt Clla 1... am I ..l.n.. m..-.
All Uoods are gnaranteed In every respect.
For further particulars
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OP THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Mr. John A. Scott, Mnnngcr of tho Hilo Sugar Company, gives tho follow
ing wonderful record of tho working of tho NATIONAL OANE SHRED
DER, which was erected by their works nt tho commencement of tho crop
" During tho past weok tho Hilo Sugar Company's mill exceeded any of
its former records by closing tho 120 hours grinding with un output of 300
tons. This iB fully 10 percent more than the best work of former years.
"Tho thrco roller mill being 26 in. by CI in. anil tho two roller mill 30 Jn.
by GO in. Iho first mill doing this amount of work in an efficient manner
and with great oaso, compared with work on wliolo cane, owing to thorough
preparation of the cano by tho National Cano Shredder, recently erected by
"And by its uso tho extraction has boon increased from 3 porccnt to 5 per
cent ou all kinds of cano, unil in somo cases 80 porccnt has been reached ;
tho average boing 7fi to 78 percent, according to quality.
"Icontinuo to find tho mcgasH from bhrcililcd cane better fuel than from
"The shredder has been working day and night for soven months and has
given mo entire tmtisfaclion, having shredded during that timo about soventy
thousand tons of cano, and a large part of it being hard ratoons.
"Tho shredder and engino require very littlo caro or attention."
fVPliins and specifications of thebo Shredders may ho teen at tho otlico of
WM. G-. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
8ol Joenii for tht lintoaiian Ulnnd.
Ed. HoifscMaeger & Co. :-:
"Household" Sewing Machines,
Hand Stwlng Machines, with all the latest Improvements.
Wtsurinayer's Cottage Pianos.
Parlor Organs, Guitar?, and other Instrument;.
:-: King and Bethel Streets.
MUtUAL TELK. 07
& FERTILIZER CO.
Secretary nnd Treasurer.
Guano & Fertilizer Co.,
DR. W. AVEKDAM, Manager.