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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 9.
l'leiljeil to ntithrr Sect nor Party,
Hut Ihtablhhcd for thr lknrfii fMU
SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1893.
Dairymen iu this country may bo
inloroMcri in th dt'scription of a
now churn turned out in Australia.
It lias somo special merits clnimod
Qui'uiialauU is not ovor hor cheap
labor dfsst'iifioiiH, a will bo $euu by
tho report of a miydiouary's npooch
at Sydney. It will bo noticed tho
speakur Iluv. W. Gray supports
tho theory that tho labir of tropical
agriculture can bo Biistainod by
white mou, and that tho laud ought
to bo divided among small fanners
to be cultivated by thorn and thoir
Through a slight tnisundornlatid
iug tho IJt'LLKTiN waited for a report
expected from a teacher of tho moot
ing of tho Teachers' Association on
Tuosday evening. As a result thoro
was no report iu this paper. Tho
event having been important as well
as interesting, a few words about the
addresses may hero bo employed as
a basis of . comment. Professor
Lyons of Oahu College argued
lucidly in behalf of leading pupils
to habitually observe objects, as a
beginning of scientific education. If
they wero not thus led into habits cf
observation, thoir tmlural curiosity
tho beginning of tho thirst for
kuowledgo wohld gradually wear
away and bo replaced by a blind in
difference toward tho lessons every
where waiting to be learuod. Rev.
J. M. Chaso gave an address on frac
tion?, showing how tho reasons for
common processes iu handling frac
tious can bo made clear to children.
He arguod that a child might know
tho names and rules and tables per
foctly,yot bo without adequate know
ledge of tho nature of arlhmetic aud
its various arbitrary processes. Mr.
Hutchinson traced the history of
systematic art teaching, which is not
very old, and in a clear manner indi
cated methods of art instruction
which would dovolop tho child's
talents in that branch to tho bost
advantage. He advocated extend
ing iuto tlm older schools tho clay
modeling practised in tho kinder
garten. Such a gathering for such instruc
tion compels tho opinion that Hono
lulu audtho islands havo lost a groat
doal by TKo lateuoss of this associa
tion's appearance. In tho absence
of a normal ochool though normal
instruction has of lato years boon
carried ojj to a limited extont peri
odical gatherings of teachers, open
to all friends of education, for hear
ing lectures by competent special
ists, must bo doomed to have a very
high value. It is to bo hoped that
the association will not flag iu carry
ing forward its work.
Mochanic in a Good Job Shakos tho
Alex. IloritzhoiT, who was foroman
of tho Hawaiian Gazotto Compauy's
bindery, slipped off by tho steamer
Australia without notice to friends,
acquaintances or creditors. Ho had
neither passport nor tickot, and got
on board just before the sailing of
tho steamer. It is said that Boritzhoff
owed a groat deal of money about
town, iucludiug.?120 to a poor widow
for lodging. Besides tailor, shoo,
furnishing and laundry bills, it is
said that Boritzhofl's borrowings
wero not light, aud that for somo
time ho had boon accumulating gold
for his ilight.
How to Ouro Rhoumatism.
Aiuao, Coos Co., OnKaoN, Nov. 10,
1893. I wish to inform you of tho
groat good Chamborlain's Pain Balm
has douo my wife. She has boon
troubled with rheumatism of tho
arms aud hands for six mouths, aud
has tried many remedies proscribed
for that complaint, but found no re
lief until sho used this Pain Balm;
ouo bottle of which has completely
cured hor. I take pleasure iu recom
mondiug it for that trouble. Yours
truly, C. A. BctLorm. 50 cont and
SI. 00 bottlos. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents for tho
PRINTING METHODS IN CHINA.
Bhun Fao, Shanghai Daily, Has
1 Eight Pages of Thin nice Papor.
Shanghai i China's chief port, and
contains about 100 000 inhabitants,
who are under native ride, aud tho
Euirlish. American, and French "sot-
tlomont!-," with 2i0,000 Chinese ami
f)00(l foroiguors, all of whom are un
der foroigu rule.
In that city tremendous congre
gations gather iu tho mission
churches, and there are to bo found
tho largest Sunday schooNiu China.
In Shanghai is also the largest mis
Mtn press in tho world. More than
1000 Chinese converts are connected
with the d llercut mis-ions.
In tho mission prt-ss eloetrotypiug
and stereotypiug am done and over
).,000,000 pages am issued annually.
The total numbor of books and
tracts issued lat year was 995,190
Tho Shun I'ao is the boU paying
and most widely circulated of tho
thren native newspaper dailies of
Shanghai. It is an eight page sheet,
printed on the lliinn-fltol rice papor.
It is so light that it does not weigh
more than a man's handkerchief,
and so thin that the papor can be
t printed on ouo side only.
The paper goes to press in bin
sheets, which are so folded that tho
blauk side is turned inward when
taken in hand by tho subscriber,
' and bo that there is neither cutting
nor pasting. Owing to the thinners
of tho papor it has a greasy, yellow
appearance, and it is printed so
closely with Chinese typo that not
, an inch sjoids to bo wasted.
Tho headline or title of tho paper
consists of two Chineso characters,
takiug up a space not wider than
one of tho columns of our news-
papers, aud not more luan an men
i in length.
Its price is 10 cash, which, allow
t iug fr tho differonco iu currency,
makes it equivalent to half a cent of
1 our money.
' By IiOWIb J. Iinvoy.
' AUCTION SALE OF"
; Household -:- Furniture
On MONDAY, March 11th,
AT 10 O'OI.OUK. A. M
' I will soil at I'ubllu Auction, at tho Ileal
(lonufotJ. O. WHITE, 10 Kiikui fdrect,
tho Kntlre Household Fiirulturi', cnn-Ist-lntf
1 B. W. Bedroom Set,
1 Oak Dei! room Set, Louiipc,
Spring .Maltrse, Mosquito Nets,
Itugv, I'icturer, M. T. Tuble, Piano,
B. W. Chairs and Rockers,
Clock, Lamps, lliuenua Wordrobo,
II. W. Kxtiitulon DlnliiK Tablo,
Crockery nd ()lnsworo, Mngle llcdstcad,
"Fairy" Stove and Cooking Utensils
Garden lloso, Iirako, Ktc, Rtc.
Liowla t Liovey,
By Jaa. F. Morgan-
Household -:- Furniture
On TUESDAY, March 12, j
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At the Kcsidonroof HON. C. It. IllSHOl', l
Kuimti street, I will bo 11 at l'ub-
Tho : Entire : Housohold : Furnituro, I
Comprising In part i
; Htavy PLATE GUSS DRESSING MIRRORS j
! With Marblo Mantels; '
Mahogany Chairs and Tallies,
jrencii waimit uuice mule,
Ebony Parlor Suite,
Upholstered in Ilrocaded Silk;
Inlaid Center and Bide Tables,
1 Koa State Bedstead,
Mahogany and Koa Wardrubes,
1 11. V. Mirror Front Wardrobe,
Jl. W. Pillar Extension Tablo,
Prenoh Walnut Sideboard
! llureaus, II. Sldobonrd,
Koa Tables, Kio , Ktc, Ktc.
I IA. Promises open (or Inspection on
I Monday, March 11th, from 0 a. m. to 3 r n.
Jn.a. jr. Morga.il,
1270 (It MHITIONKKR
rrUK ANNUAL MKKTINO OF THR I
I Stockholders of the Inttii iht.vnii
Stkam Navigation Co.. tL'd.), will be
held at the Olllcu of the Companv, on
TUESDAY, March 10.1895, at 10 o'clock
a. m. W. II. McLKAN,
March , 1S95.
The fourth of Aarch 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 '
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. i
We publish below a couple
of letters received from well
known managers on Hawaii:
Onomea Sugar Co.
February 2 5, 189?.
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 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 Cultivation
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. Goodalo.
Mr. Ross, manager of Ha
kalau Plantation has the im
plements in use and says:
February, 16, 1895.
To Ar. E. R. Hendry,
President and Ahnager, 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
Ttic Hawaiian Hardwan Co. lid.
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H lllHMir vjW"Has all llia
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S The Automatic Pkaun Skwxio Maoiiixk with
tho Litest ACodurn Attachmenta suitable for Light and
Ilojvy Work To Put chasers ; rustructions in Ariseno,
Tinsel, Sclitiflle and Fancy I'Jmbro'uU'ry Work will he given.
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Unsu passed as
Face and lips,
Superb Just After Shaving.
Huihos, N. H., Feb. 21, 18M.
Mb A. 8. IIinpi,
Dear fir: I think It my duty to wrltn yo'i 111 repnnl to your
womlerful Ho.nky and Almond Crkam, Wliui I comniuncvd iisImk
II, my lunula would crack upon, am wero so b.id thit I could not
cloie them without maklni; them hieoil, mid mv fnco wua ioiikIi
and choppliiK I have, had one bottle, nud mv hamtx and luce are
entirely cured, and I think It my duty to lir.ilse this wonderful re
medy. li Mahy V. l)unNT
Recommended by Ladies Everywhere
FOR SALE BY .,
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
from nil the Coltrbrated HA'irf
Factories In tho United ST5
IMrOUTKU8, WHOLEBAIiK AND KETAIIi DKAI.KltB IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars
HOIiLISTBR &c OO.
Cor. Fort and Merohant Streets.
L B. Kerr
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