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THE DAT1A BULLETIN, MHOH B 1803.
1 ' ' I
Under Martini Liw, tho galburing
of crowd is prohibited.
Any ono disturbing the peace r
dieoboyiug orders is liable to num
mary arrest without warrant.
By order o tho Coiumander-in-
J. II. SOl'EK,
Adjutant General's Otllce, Hono
lulu, March 1, 18!).). 1279 tf
All per-ious who i'hjiomWmI Anns
ami Ammunition nt tho l'olico Sta
tion iu response to an order to that
effect, are roquested to call nml re
echo tho simo between tho hours of
2 and 1 r. m.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Hepublic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, March 5, 1805.
Site gnilj r. ilWlin.
I'letljied lo wither Sect nor Party,
Hut Established for the llenefit of All.
TUESDAY, MARCH B, 1895.
Our attention has boon drawn to
the fact that our Islauds as a sugar
producing country aro not properly
roprcsonted by the press, aud that
as everybody is more or loss interest
ed in Sugar there ought to be a col
umn in a leading Hawaiian nows
paper devoted to this important
branch of one of our industries. Vo
quite agree with this sentiment and
shall henceforth havo nu open col
umn for all parties interested in tho
Sugar industry. Original contri
butions are very desirable, but also '
clippings from other newspapers '
abroad will bo published if of im
portance and interest to tho com-'
iminity generally. Tho Planters'
Monthly is for this purpose, but its
very name suggests a Planters' Daily j
or Wcokly as dosirablo. Very few
readers like to wait a month to have
the now. We thoreforo invito nil
planters aud plantation agents to ,
join us in our efforts.
The question of laborers' wages
has not yet beou determined by gou-1
oral agreement, and it is doubtful if I
any universal scale will bo adopted, j
A majority of planters, however, will,
in all probability, docido on paying '
their best huuds 00 cents por day, 1
though some have already anuounc- j
ed a maximum rate of 50 couts. ,
WEST BATON nOl'OE, LOUISIANA. '
With reference to wages to bo
paid liuld labor it is now pretty well
agreed aud understood that 00 cents '
per day for tho best unlo and 40 ,
cents for women represents respoc-
tively tho maximum nud minimum
wages that will bo paid in this parish
during the cultivating season. Some
planters advocato a lower rate of
wages 50 couts per day for mou and
10, aud even SO for women. I
At (ho prices that sugar has been
commanding there is no money for i
tho planter on his outlay, aud if it
woro not for tho hope that bettor!
prices will prevail hereafter many
would abandon tho industry. A it
is, there aro few who will not under
take to continue in tho busiuess,
hoping that n change in tho situation
will make itself felt by tho harvest
ing of tho present crop that is going
to be planted.
Economy will bo tho ordor of tho
day on plantations this season. The
wages of laborers have been scaled '
to 10, 50 nud CO couts por day. J
Thus far operatives soom willing
to accept tho now regime, nnd labor j
seems to bo iu abuudauco where
work has begun.
Tnu Cnoi' Grinding operations
continue over the whole island with
out any noticeable interruption,
though complaints about tho lack
of weight of tho enno commonco to
bo heard of from sevoral parts; n
cart load, whoso avorago woight in
previous ytarwftof nhout ICO ar-
robei (2500 pouu(li), hardly reckons
00 to 65 nrrobes (1500 to JG25
nouuim. nud Ih rouuut on is attri-
tinted to the htirricam) that passed'
over the island in September and .
canted a lar;o part of tho catio to
turn out hollow.
Amongst contract recently elosod
for vane, wo hear of ono that wai
made at a price equivalent to .?200J
cents por cart load of 2500 pounds
of cane, or about 2 cents por pound
of Migar. for which tho planter
i obtains to-day only 1.75 cents, the
diffroiico againct him being thus
one half cent. This is not stirpris-
I iug, as many people, in rpite of all
events, are convinced that a favora
ble renc'ion is to take place ero long
and will cauo prices to advance
nga n, till (etching, at ImiM, last
jearV nverago rate, which lluctuated
between 2 to 3 renin per pound,
In Germany one cry larjro fac
tory has resolved to be idle next
I campaigu altogether, and it may bo
that Home others will follow suit.
The question of using sugar nnd
I molns'os for feeding tho cattle is
I being discussed in the German pro-
i vincial and sectional sugor associa-
tions. Clu ap enough aro both arti-
I c1m, espcciolly the latter.
, Tho price for 88 percent reudo-
ment is now 8 50 to 8 0 marks for
50 kilog., which is about -1 marks
less than a year ago.
Takers of Oath.
Takers of the oath to tho Consti
tution within tho past few daye havo ,
been: J. 13. Carroll, Martiu Smith
and W. H. Lambert, Amoricau; Joe,
Corroa, Jr., Portuguese; Otto Notte,
German; D. Shimizu, Japanese:
Alexander Bishaw, J. K. Enoka and
John Hapa, Hawaiian.
By Low ill J. Lovoy
Notice of Sale!
(tf (Jo'iW ami Chattels taken ami
rilitrnin'ri on tlio Ut day of Feb
ruary, 18-0, fur nrrenrs of rent from
premises on Mt reliant tt est. Ho
not Iu, Ontm, occupied by W. 8.
Luce as n tenant.
NOT.OB tS IintlKIlY GIVEN THAT
after tho expiration of 15 rinH from
thin 1(J h ilny ol 1-Vbiuary, l&'tf, third will
ho sold at the Auction IWkjiuh of I.iwls J.
Levey, Iu the city of Honolulu, Uland of
Oiliu, on tliMitli uny of March, lb').., at 10
o'clock a m. of that day, the following
Goods nnd Chattels:
I case Creme Do Oasli
II case rtherry, 1 dor. roch
5 enson Port, 1 itoz. eat h
1 caso Oherry Urandy. 1 dor. each
1 case Crenio l'o Annls, 1 iloz inch
1 CorlciiK Machine
1 t-'ma 1 J ruck
1 llottlo Filling Machine
1 l.tttcr Press, Stand Press anil Water
1 Step ladder
1 Cni'.siilc Machine
1 Sufu and Stand
Jl Uottica Hhtfrry Wine
Creme Do Culs
Crenio Do Moka
Cienie Do Menthe
bnlnt ltnphnel Wine
Punch nu Coi;nao
Creme Do Tho
.1 Illir Dottles Ulttirltrlzaril
5 Dottles Kcrtclicnwaher
2 " Hlnck llo.ry llrandy
2 niL- ami 3 Hinall Iluitlf a Miirasfjulno
H Dott'ea Crenio Do Cacao (Chuniio)
1 llottlo Creme I)e Cumin (Uia)
1 " Creme De Anuls
1 " Chnrtrfliisrt
I Hl llottlo Zlnliuidel
1 Dottle OrniiKu Hitters
1 " aingor Drnndy
1 " Creme De Hobo
1 " BolnerDlltcrs
1 Small Dottle Ilenedlctlno
32 8mall Buttles Old Port Wine
G SiiiMI Dottle Slurry Wine
1 Lot of Htoio Fixturta
. Tho same havlni; been dlitraliieil
for arrears of rent owed by W. S. Luce, a
tenant of the premises situate on Merchant
street, Honolulu, aforesaid.
Owner and Landlord of uald Premises.
Honolulu, Feb. IU, lbOS. li!J5-lfit
A YOUXO MAN' ItEHIIlIN'n WITH '
XV Ills parents, who writes n good I
hand and Is willing to learn n Mercnntllo
lliisinebs. Address. Htatinu nuo, "X,," I
1IUI.I.KTI.N OIUco. l'JTO-lw
JAMKfe O WHITi:, Jn, HAS FULL,
power of attorney to act for J, C.
White and Q. L. Ititmuu durliK their nb
tenco In miiuvctiou with tho Nntlonnl
Iron Woil, 1270-1 1 I
Tn" 1 T
I YOl I OOIDC
I IlllOiy I UklU
tylarch 4, 1S95.
The fourth of Ahrch is al
ways a gala day in Washington
on account of the gathering of
the clans. This time it is par
ticulaily "gala" on account of
the change in the politics of a
majority in Congress. While
they have not the necessary
two-thirds majority to pass bills
over the President's veto they
can make it very interesting.
Legislation will probably be so
clogged through tillibustering
that the newspapers in the States
will spend the next six months
The success of the Avery
Plantation Improvements is far
beyond our expectations. The
planters using them on Hawaii
are as pleased with them as
men who recognize a good
thing when they see it can be.
We publish below a couple
of letters received from well
known managers on Hawaii:
Onomea Sugar Co.
February 2 $, 189 5.
Ar. John A. Scott,
"The Onomea Sugar Co., has
now in use three of the Stub
"I think these machines are
indispensable for the' proper
cultivation of rattdons.
"We have never had an im
plement that would so thor
oughly loosen the earth around
the stools and put the soil in
such condition that the air,
moisture and fertilizer would
so readily find access to the
fine roots of the cane and the
roots around them.
"I am glad to testify to the
merits of these tools. The
sugar land Diso Cultivations
arrived too late for much use
in cultivation of the last young
plant and rattoons, but I be
lieve they will prove to be very
useful and labor saving imple
ment in districts where cane is
raised without irrigation.
W. W. Goodale.
Ar. Ross, manager of Ha
kalau Plantation has the im
plements in use and says:
February, 16, 189 J.
To Mr. E. R. Hendry,
President and Aanager, Ha
waiian Hardware Co., Hono
We use the Avery Stubble
Digger Fertilizer Distributor
and Cane Cultivator. They
save labor and do the work
claimed for them. The Stub
ble Digger I consider a particu
larly good implement.
We keep all of these imple
ments in stock and will be
pleased to show them or mail
photographs to parties interest
ed in the cultivation of sugar
The Hawaiian Hardware Co, Ltd.
Ovixwti. Kpr4kcis HiMk,
iHlrJUEilllBfii W nil SVlRI
UTLnu , a&, 1 , V-W-.Ti , ' : JWJMHUHI
JCS5 The Automatic Pkaiil M:vxig Maoiiixk with
tho Liitent Modern Attachments stiitulile for Light and
Heavy Work To Purchasers: inlrui'tions in Aiisene,
Tinsel, Selinelle and Fatiey Wmbroidery Work will be given.
face and lips,
Superb Just Atier Shaving
IIudxo.n, N. II.. lib. 21, 1R90.
Mn A.B. Himh.
Dear ir: 1 think It my duty to write jo" In reiinl to your
wonderful Honiy and Alsiomi Crfiv. Winn I couiiiiei veil using
It, my hands vruuld crack unen, utid ncro so luid tht I i-ould not
oIoe thijni without niaklni; thorn lilcoil, nnd in v ficu was lough
and chupjilni; 1 have had one Im'tle, nud lit ImnJx uml face aro
entirely eurtd, and I think It my duty to jirnh ihli wumli'rfal re
medy. iliiiM Maiiy V, l)UIlT
Recommended by Ladies Everywhere
FOR SALE BY .,
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
i all the CoKbmted ?&&;
Factories In the United tflsf
IMl'OKTKUB WHOLESALE AND UKTAIL DCALKilS IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
L. B. Kerr
is tho only
man in Ho
ti Toilet Ri quisite.
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