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DAILY BULLETIN. MARCH 0, 1.
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Arc Receiving New Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVERY STEAMER
Where they nro fully prepared to do nil
kinds of work In the latest styles, nt
tho shortest notice and nt the
most Reasonable! Hates.
Fine Job Work in Colors a Specially I
Executed In tho Most Attractive
Rend tho following pnrtlal list of spec
ialties nnd get the Bulletin's prices be
foro placing your orders. By so doing
you will save both time and money.
Bills of Lading,
Scholarship Certificates, '
Receipts of all kinds,
Laboln of ovory vuriety,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes & Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores & Records,
rerpoturtl Washing Lists,
General Book Work,
Etc.. Ktc, Etc., Etc.,
Printed and Blocked when desired.
$gf No Job is allowed to leave the of
fice untd It gives satisfaction.
''Thrt Rpqt Pmit't in thft Wftnfl
1110 DCbl WJSU 111 1110 nWlU I
for the Money."
Look at Them !
Take Them Home!
Trv Thp.m fin !
All A AAV AAA VAA I
V,,1 ,.,.f,i,..i 4lw.ni ;r ln. u rlnii'f
And lutuin them it they don t ,
These Corsets are made in
style to fit and suit everybody
and their purses.
They are in forty-siven
different styles and range in
price from 1 to $5 per pair.
Aek to fee the Extra Long
"Waist Soxxkttk for $2.25.
They can't be beaten.
If you can't get Corsets
enough, remember you
can irct the
Should you want a Corset
with Real Whale Bone,
get the Soxxkttk.
JK3F Anyway come in and
Tho business of tho country is
sottling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, tho cows in tho
pasture switch flies instead of bul
lets with their tails and tho croam is
richer in consequence. Wo believe
wo havo satisfiotf every one of our
customers who have takon milk from
us and we are in a position to sup
ply a great many more. Tho people
who from choice or necessity visited
waiaiao uuriug uio past, two weeks
have had ail opportunity to see iust
what sort of diet our oick feeds
upon, and no longer wonder .. the
richuoss of the milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro the
best. With the exception of a day
or two early in tho lato unpleasant
ness our drivers have always been
on time nt our customers' residences.
Wo tako this opportunity to thank
those who have boon patient with us
and to solicit a conliuuauco of their
patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to bo pure aud
freo from adulteration.
The WAIALAE RANCH.
M. T. DONNELL,
PATENTEE AND SOLE
. . . , . .
New Patented Poi Strainer
tW All Orders or Communications
addressed to E. 0. Hall it Son, L'd.,
(who have tliom on sale), or to if. T.
Punnull, will recelvi prompt attention.
G-. E. SMITPIIES,
Accountant, Collector and Copyht.
Onire with U.I). Cliiuo, Snfe Deposit Kuild
Iiir, 100 Fort Street. Telephone 1R1.
rm- The Collection of Government Bills
I a specialty. 1275-tf
Nicaragua Canal and Pacific Cable
la Iho House of Commons ou
February 14 Sir Edward Harlaud
(Conservative) adted whether the
Government was nwaro that. Mor
gan' Nicaragua canal bill had pass-
1 H United States Senate and was
nowboforothoHoii8o of Represent.
at vos. and whether, in view or the
iintinrtnuce of tho canal to British
shipowners, tho Government would
mako urgent representations to the ' from a cieap glass, heciiuso it may have the same amount of
ZTZl p0iUwon?rtlbiu ! refractive power as the more costly. See where the above
detrimental to the interests of Hrit-' Ions focuses. See the scattering of rays. Ab much snlicn
ish shipping. ' caj aberration in such glasses as there is aberration of tho
iZniyZn3tetol , mind in an insane person ; yet this is the general run of
propriety of urging upon tho Gov- glasses you buy chtap. How long- ill your scn&mve eye
eminent of tho United States the Btnn(i stroinV Why, until they are ruined entirely. Can
A&MJ?rt&yovL afford to wear such glares, simply because they cost
the question of tho construction you a little less than the perfect? No, a thousand times, JNo.
of that canal and its status when , y0u could not if they were given you with a bonus. "We
"sir" Edward Grey, the Parllamon-1 will not Sell fclich glllSBCS j WOllld not be guilty of giving
tary Secretary for the Foreign Of- them awav. But wo guarantee to fit ovei'v manner ot com-
Gee, replied that it was not usual
or tho Government to mako auy ro-
RontaUon9 8BalnBt bilu b(fforo
foreigu legislatures. The uoveru-
uieut, he added, considered such a !
canal an it was proposod to con
struct through Nicaragua should bo
under international control, and
whatovor steps wore deemed advisa
blo would be taken by the Govern
ment to advance this view. He,
howovor, saw no reasou why tho
United States would not maintain
their treaty engagements.
Sir George Baden Powell, Con
servative, asked a question regarding
tho proposed Pacific cable. Sydney
Buxton, tho Parliamentary Socrotary
of the Colonial Otllce, said negoti
ations relative to the construction of
tho cable wero proceeding, but it
would not bo to tho public interest
to enter into a detailed statement ot
Tho amendment offerod by Mr.
Clancy (Pnrnellito) declaring for the
i release of tho men in prison under
sentence for taking part in dyuatnito
crimes, was rejected by a vote of 111
FUTURE OF JAPAN.
A Returnod Business Han Tells of
Its Trade ProspocU I
Tacoma (Wash.), February 14. i
Frank B. Woodruff, president of the
i PaeiGo Commercial Company, who
returned to-day from a business trip
to Japan, says that tho country is
destined to become tho greatest
manufacturing and exporting coun
try in tho world, on account of tho
Japanese ingenuity and cheap labor.
They aro taking apart, scrutiniz
ing aud learning how to mako all
kinds of machinery, from electrical
apparatus down, aud are also devel
oping great marble aud onyx mines,
A largo trade can bo built up bo- ,
tween tho Pacific Coast and Japan,
he says, but the shipments to the
Orient must bo chielly of raw mate-1
Now York Police) Reform.
Mayor Strong of New York has
appointed Avery Andrews a Police
Commissioner to succeed James
Skeoban. Tho new Commissioner
is a sou-iu-law of General O. O.
Howard, lie is a West Pointer, not
yet 31 years of age. He was also
aiuoue camp to General bchohald
in Washington, where he studied
law. His experience in tho army,
tho Mayor thinks, will be valuable
in directing the police force.
In tho fall of 1893 a son of Mr. T. ,
A. MeFarland, a prominent mer
chant of Live Oak, Sutler Co., Cal.,
was takon with a very heavy cold.
Tho pains in his chest were so severe '
that ho had spasms and was threat
ened with pneumonia. His father
gave him Bovoral largo doses of
hamberlain's Cough Remedy which
broke up tho cough and cured him.
Mr. MeFarland says whonovor his
1 childrou have croup he invariably
1 gives them Chamberlain's Cough
i Remedy and it always cures them.
J Ho considers it tho best cough
, remedy in the market. For sale by
all dealers, lionson, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiiau Islands.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotol
aud Nuuniiu streets, lodging by day,
wook or month. Terms: 25 and GO
contB per night; $1 and $1.25 per
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fine Cnnslmoros, Sorgos,
White Linens, Eto.
Suits Made to Ordor
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
0. AKIMA, -
40 Ntiuanu Street.
Yon think vou
piicatcd case with the proper
l ""J"-1 ' .. '....
to give perfect satisfaction.
EC. F. WTOHIMLLlSr,
p. o. nox i8i-
0. X. WILCOX
J. V. HACKKKLI)
OUR NEW WORKS AT KAL1HI being completed, wo are now ready
to Furnish all kinds of
ALSO KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Pacific Guano, Potash,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
tW Spoclal attention gWrn to Annlysts of Bolls by oar Agrlenltural Ohfmlst.
AH Goods are guaranteed In every roipect.
C0 For further particulars apply to
Pacific Guano Jr. Fertilizer Co.,
national Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
, Mr. John A. Scott, Munugcr of the Ililo Sugar Company, gives the follow
ing wonderful record of tho working of tho NATIONAL CANE SHRED
DER, which whb erected by their works nt tho commencement of tho crop
just harvested :
I " During tho past week tho Ililo Sugar Company's mill exceeded any of
its former records by closing tho 125 hours grinding with an output of 300j
, toiiB. This is fully 10 percent more than the best work of former years.
"Tho three roller mill being 2G in. by 51 in. and tho two roller mill 30 in.
by GO in. 'Iho first mill doing this amount of work in an oiliciont manner
I and with great ease, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of tho cano by tho National Cane Shredder, recently erected by
"And by its use tho extraction has been increased from 3 percent to 5 por
1 cent on all kinds of cano, and in somo casos 80 percent has been reached;
mo average uomg o to to porcem, neconling to quufity.
' " I continue to find tho megass from shredded cano b
"Tho shredder has been working day and night for sovon months and has
given mo entire satisfaction, having shredded during that time about soventy
thousand tons of cane, and a lurgo part of it being hard ratoons.
"Tho Bhreddor nnd engine require very littlo euro or attention."
CTlans and specifications of these Shredders may bo seen at tho office of
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd..
8oU AoertU for th Jlnvattnn Jilnndu
Ed. Holfschlaeger & Go. :-:
"Household" Sewing Macblntf,
Hand Stwlng Machines, with all the latest Improvements,
Wtstermayer's Cottage Pianos.
Parlor Organs, Guitars, aud ctber Instrument;.
la a fair and comprehensive
example of a chenp and un-
cot tho same amount of relief
and correctly ground glass, and
-MUrUAL TELE. 4G7
& FERTILIZER CO.
r. Secretary and Treasurer.
Nitrate of Soda,
Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
DU. W. AVERDAM, Manager.
better fuel than from
and Bethel Streets.