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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 7. 1895.
&lu inh , tUclin.
Pledged to neither Sett nor I'orly,
JUtt Entahlhhed for the lUneftt f A It.
By Low la J. Lovoy.
THUHSDAY, MAUUII 7, 181)3.
Sovertil Mattorant Ohnrabers Wnnta
to bo n Lnwyor
J. O. Carter, niliiiinNtrator of tho
wttito of tbu late Dr. Henri O. Mo
Grow, lias tnkmi proouorfitiK ajpin't
t lio Mut ii.il Lit" liHiiranutf Coiii)!iny
of Xtv York for $r(XX) upon, n eon
traot in writing (policy) dated Sip
tuinbor 1 1, 181)2.
M. L Crandfll, by his Mlnrnnj,
1'aul Neumann and V. I. Castle,
hat filod nu nnswur to tho complaint
of .). K. ijiiiiinor by hi next friond.
Maria S. Dai. It is a tfoiioral
denial of allegations in tho coin
plaint. Thomas Clark by hN attornuy, 1
M Hatch, lili's a ruplicition to tho
nmondod answer of Samuel 1'arker,
llattiu 1'. Parker and thu Wailiiku
Sugar Co., avorritm "his said bi 1 to
bo true ami piiUlciont, and said an
swer to bo uucertaiti aud tiutruo and
insutlk'iunt iu law." Tho answer
filod is from tho Wailiiku Siitfar
Company by tlioir attorney, Cartor
llrucn Cartwriijht aud Alex. J.
Cartwriglit thu latter by his at
torney, J. M. Mousarrat, havo filod
their accounts as executors and
trustees of aud under tho will of
the lato Maria King, asking for ap
proval of such account and their
William Lucas Stanley, for a fow
mouths a clerk with A. S. Ilartwell,
has applied for admission to tho bar.
Judgo Cooper has granted tho pe
tition of Mary C. Beckloy, guardian
of Samuel Kiouln, for approval of
hor accounts and discharge.
II. Hackfeld .V; Co. filed a bond iu
51000 to back their potitiou for plac
ing Kwoug Hop Lung & Co. in
(March 4, 1S95.
AUCTION SALE OF
Household -:- Furniture
1 hey Will Turry at San Francisco
Till tho Troublo is O'er. '
Tho S. S. Arawa, Captain Stuarl,
will leave for San Francisco at (i '
o'clock this eeuing. Amoug the
passengers who will leavo by hor '
will bo: Clarence W. Ashford, P. M.
IJoonoy, Carl Klomtne, Harry Vou '
Wertheru, Harry Juon and 1 G.
Camarinos. Those geutlemon wore
recently imprisoned on suspicion of
being implicated iu tho lato uprising
and wore released on condition that
thoy loave tho country. '
In conversation with one of tho
exiles this afternoon ho said that '
thoy wore going no farther than ,
San Francisco. They would fetay '
there until tho whole alTair blow!
over, when thoy would all return to ,
their Hand homo. !
SMALL-SIZED SOAItE. I
Oausod By an Explosion on Mer
There was a sharp report as of a '
pistol on Merchant, near Fort street,
shortly before '1 o'clock this after-.
noon. A goodly number of people ,
was strung along the streets in small ,
groups, and Attornoy-Gouoral V. (). .
Smith and V. A. Kinney were stand-!
iug at Mclnorny's corner engrossed
iu conversation. Adjutant-General
Jno. II. Soper had just come around
tho Fort street coruer wheii tho ex
plosion was heard. Tho report was
so sudden that it startled everybody '
within hearing, who wondered whoro
it came from. As it was uot repeat-.
ed it was put down as a practical
joke. Tho report is believed to havo ,
been made by a toy torpedo in tho
bauds of a wag.
The Mall Sorvicos.
Mr. Heuniker Ueatou aud Sir ,
Charles Tapper are agitating a new
idea iu regard to mail services. It
is that all mails from England to
America should bo sent to Halifax
or some other point iu Nova Scotia
by fast steamers which could do the i
trip in -1 days, traveling at tho
same speed as tho Campania or
Lucania. Iu this way tho mails ,
would roach Chicago via Canada a
whole day quicker than br tho '
present route via Now York. It '
is suggested that tho whole- of
tho i'100,000 a yoar which is
now paid by tho Jlritish Govern
ment for sea carriage of mails to
America should bo given to the new
Huddart line, and that the mails (in- i
eluding those to New Zealand via
San Francisco) should bo conveyed
for that subsidy irrespective of
weight. A'. '.. Jlertild,
French dinners will bo resumed
at tho Hawaiian hotel on Saturday
evening. There will bo music by
tiie Hawaiian Quiutot Club and a
dance after diuuer.
The fourth of March is al
ways a gala day in Washington
on account of the gathering of
the clans. This lime it is par
ticularly "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 filibustering
that the newspapers in the States
will spend the next six months ,
crying "Wolf." ,
The success of the Avery
Plantation improvements is far ,
beyond our expectations. The '
planters using them on Hawaii
are as pleased with them as j
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?.
Mr. 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 rattoons.
"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 Cultivators
arrived tbo 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 5.
To Ar. E. R. Hendry,
President and Manager, 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
i pleased to show them or mail
photographs to parties interest
ed in the cultivation of sugar
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd.
On MONDAY, March 11th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
Iwllln-ll at I'ulil'c Auction nt the Kel
dene of J. 0. WllITi:, IU Knkitl street,
the Entire HoitMiliol I Kurnliiirr, con In
1 B. W. Bedroom Set.
1 Oak lie) room b"t, Iiomipc,
Hprlng Mn'tr c , Mi-tiitj Nct,
Kiln's Picture, M T Tuble, 1'Ihiki,
B. W. Chairs and Rockers,
Clock, l.ntiipi, Hurrnus Wardrobe,
II. V. Kxtfii Ion Dining Table, I
Croekcy ninl 01uami', Millie Redstcad,
"Falrj" Stove end epilog Utensib, '
Garden Hose, l)riik, Etc Ktc.
I, B. Kerr
is tho only
man in Ho
By Ja8. F. Mor-un
3k5r The Automatic Pkakl Skwxio Maciiixk with
I tho Ltitost Modern Attaehments rtintiihle for Ijight and
jlle.ivy Work To Put chasers; r.tnt'itions in Arisene,
i Tinsel, Schnelle and Fancy HlmbroMiM'y Work will lie given.
Household -:- Furniture
On TUESDAY, March 12,
AT in O'OLOOK A. M
Attlie ltotldonrcof HON C. I!. 1II.S1I01',
Kiiuim ttruvt, 1 will sell at l'tlh- '
Tbo : Entlro : Housohold : Furnituro, l
CoiuprlslnK tn part J
Htavy PLATE GL35 DRESSING M1RH0RS .
With Marble MuutoN;
Mahogany Chairs nnd Tables, i
French Walnut Ortlco Table, '
Ebony Parlor Suite, j
Uphohtercd In llrocadcd Silk; i
Inlaid Center uml Sldo Tables,
1 Koa State Bedstead,
MhIiokmiv mid Koa Wnrilrnbr,
1 II. W. IIrror Front Wardrobe, ,
II. W. i'illar Extension Table, ,
French Walnut Sideboavd
llureaus, II. W. 8 deboard, .
Koa Tables, K'o , Ktc, Ktc. '
VtL. 1'remlncs open for Inspection on .
Monday, March 11th, from 0 a. m. to 3 r M. I
Jm.h V. JJiovea.tx, )
1271) (it AlinTtONKRK
A Hew Business !
Real Estate !
Commissions 1 ,
Collections 1 ,
I am now prepared to .
transact business that may
be entrusted to my care
with promptness und dis-i
patch. Collections made, j
Buildings Insured against
losn from fire. Real Estate
properly cared for.
Unsw passed as a Toilet I quisilc.
FACE AND LIPS,
Superb Just After Shaving
IIuii-on. S. II.. Feb. 21. 1WK).
Mil A. B. iliNiix,
I Dear tin I tlilnk It mv dutv to wrltn io1 iu ronurd to your
woiulerlnl IIoNhV and Almond Ckfvu. Wli n 1 couiiunnced uslnu
!l, my hands would crack upon, and ere no hid I ht 1 untild not
I clo"o them without making them hlicil. niut mv ticu uns roilt,'li
land chapplnc 1 hnve liHitone hitnle, uml m hun l ami fuco aro
I entirely eurtd, and I think it my ditty to iinilse ilils uuinU'rful ro-
IllCUy. .HI I'll .IIAIIY I.. IUHT
Recommended by Ladies Everywhere
FOR SALE BY w
HOBRQN MM CO.,
Gkoroi: i.Youitaus wn.i, act
lor 1'. U. I'amtirlnos muler lull power
ot attorney durlne the Intter's abencc.
John Kennedy will represent Mr. Cama
rinos ut the Calif jrnlu Fruit Market.
1. (i. CAM Alt I SOS.
Honolulu, March 7, 181)5. 1281 3t
DUUIN'O MY Tr.Ml'OUAItY AH
eenco from the Hawaiian lulumlx, l)n
11, V. Muhbay will attend to my practice
and act lor ma in all mutters of bublness
under a lull power of attorney.
r.'60-iw joh.n miomi:, m. d.
AYOUNQ MAN RESIDING WITH
his parents, who writes a good
hand and Is willing tn learn u Mercantile
HusIncHi. Address, stating ac.o, "X,,"
II01.1.KTIN Olllce. 1V7U-1W
WANTED-A bMAKT KNKRUETIC
man, who is not ulnild o( work, to
enter mi Importing House In Honolulu,
hiivini; a ijooil conneutlon and which Im
eupable of being extendi d. 1'rufereiico
will be given l" one acquainted on the
IshuuU. All commiluicHtioiis will he treat
ed as strictly cuilldeallul, and returned If
desired, A good living halary guaranteed
or an Interest In thu IhihIiiph". Must have
some capitul. I'riuclpals lily treated w Ith.
For further particulars address,
X. Y. '..,
1280-tf 1!li li.eti.n OlUce, Honolulu.
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IMI'OKTERB, WHOLEBALK AND RKTAlI, DEALERS IN
Havana, Manila Mexican and American Cigars.
HOLLISTBR x OO.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.