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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 12. 1895.
Pledged to wither Sect nor 1'iirly,
Jlut Established for the ltenefit of All.
TUESDAY, MAKC1I 12, 1895.
Thoru BPOius to bo an air of ro
Iwruiujr activity in tnule and iinlus
try siiieo tho couuti-sioii of insurrec
tion has Imhmi oviti'oium.
Hilo pcopln ar talking about n
otrtot sprinkler from Honolulu.
To day's i-xporiutu-o of dint should
dU'tnto tlio pnu-iiriiifj of a dozou
now wnlorinK pari for Honolulu.
Samoa is in a bad way, that li;s
boon ouerally known for a long
while. Sotno parliiaulnr of tho con
dition of tho group nro givon to-day
from a missionary of twenty-eight
j'earV rosidonoo. Ouo of tlio Powers
will have to tal Sama.
Sericulture, or tho production of
silk, vw much talked about in these
islatuU a few jenra ago. Although
some, experimenters wro quito suc
cessful in raiding cocoons thoru was
uovor any Bilk produced. In Austra
lia, as will bo S"en iu a report from
tho Syduoy Telegraph, dl Huron I
Governments aro taking an interest
iu sericulturo. Having now a bureau
of agriculture, with a practical agri
culturist at its head, which wo did
not have when tho silkworm was dis
cussed bofore, it might bo well to
revive th subject. Perhaps soaio
of thoro who experimented beforo
will offer their views through tho
Bulletin, which is placed at thoir
disposal for that purpose.
FIBE IN UHIfATOWN.
Prevented by th- Timly Arrival of
a Natlvo Officer.
Thoro cauio near being another
large lire in Chinatown early this
morning, which would hate, swept
an entire block of woodeu, build
ings. About I o'clock this morning
a native policeman while palroliug
his beat on Maunakea street noticed
smoke issuing from the roar of a
Chinese ehophonso a few door
inakai of Hotel street, on tho Ev
side of tho road. As the volume of
smoke became denser the ollluer de
cided to investigate tho matter. Go
ing to tho rear of tho building tho
odor of burning wool was wafted to
his uotnls. Returning to the front
ol tho building tho otlicnr Kicked
tho door open and rushed iu. Ha
discovered u blti.d j.i'-t behind tuo
stove, homo iull immablo material,
which the Chinese use for lighting
their fire?, was burning. Thoollicor
looked around tho place and found
a tnp and a bucket. It took fovoral
buekotsful of water thrown oil tho
tiro beforo it was uxtinguixhod. Hail
the lire been allowed to bum but a
short while longer it would have
caught a pile of chips of wood and
it would bo hard to conjecture tho
result. Tho supposition is that
sparks of lire escaped from tho ftovo
and caused tho lire.
Jimely Jopies THERE'S ALMOST AS MUCH
Mr. Marsden, Commissioner of
Agriculturo, doe.s not think that tl.o
growing of canaigro iu tho Southern
States will amount to a great deal.
Ho believes tho soil of that section
is utisuitod to tho plant, be'ng too
rich and moist. Tho Commissioner
is further of tho opinion that there
is no fear of tho market being glut
tod for a long time, if over, with this
product, which has mporior tanning
properties to any other known. As i
there aro largo areas on these isl-'
anils which will grow nothing but
dry-faring plants of this sort, tho
considerable plantings of it already
made will bo oagorly watched for '
thoir fruition. Should the experi
ments succeed as confidently pro
mised, a now aud profitable item will
boforo long blossom out iu our ex
ports. Treasure Trova In an Attic
A short time ago a young woman
of Med ford, while rummaging iu
her father's attic, camo across an
old reticule iu'which thoro were half
a doau old stamps. Tho reticule
had boon there since 18G2, aud,
thiukiug that the stamp's might be I
valuable from thoir no, she took I
them to her father and asked him to
inquire into their value. Last week,
to her.surprise, her father told her .
that for her interest in tho stamps
ho would pay her faro to Washing
ton aud back, and hor oxpeuses for
a two weeks' visit thoro. This sounds i
like a very liberal oiler, but it is
probably not so much so as it seems.
Tho expenses of siuh a trip might
be about $50, while tho stamps aro
worth about $90. Thoy aro tho 3
cout pink, of tho issue of 1801, and
aro valued in tho now catalogue, i
which is just coming out, at SIR
each. In tho old cataloguo thoy '
woro offered at ?5, but thoy havo bo
come so rare that tho price has beon '
put up. Although they could not
probably bo sold to a dealer for that
prico, thoy aro sufficiently valuablo i
to mako it a lucky find. Huston I
To Frovcnt Mistakes.
Tho lady from Chicago took a '
great house in Now York, fUtiug it
up with all the modern conveniences
and luxuries, including an English
butler. Aftor ho had boon with hor
for a month she called him up.
"Jnmos," alio said severely. "Yes,
milady," he responded. ''You don't
drop your h'a I notice, when you
talk." "No, milady." "You must."
"I cawn't, milady; I'm an educat
ed person." "Well, you'vo got to;
that's one of tho things I pay 3011
for. How are thoso Now York peo
ple over to know you aro not a gon
Human, if 011 don't?" Detroit Tri
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
aud Nuuauu streots, lodging by day,
weok or mouth. Terms: 25 and 50
cents por night; $1 and $1.25 por
SWIPES SELLFKS FINED
Thy Wvro Arrested a Second Time
for the Same OHoubo.
B. Kaholoua aud George Bka
woro seutouced to pay a fine of $100
by Judge Perry this morning for
selling spirituous liquors without a
liceuso on March 2. Both thoso
inuu pleaded guilty to selling liquor
without a license iu tho District
Court on October 2, 1891, and, as '.
usual in the first offenses of this na
ture, sentence was suspended. It
appears that tho mon started in
again selling swipes aud wero caught
a second time by Ofiicor Kaapa.
Tho prosecution moved that sen
tence bo imposed and tho men woro
fined for tho first ottVno nud aro
uot put on for tho second offense.
This has b-eu tho custom of tho
police department in liquor-selling
oao. Sentence- is suspended for
the first offense aud on tho second
arrest a fine is imposed.
1 hieves Sentenced.
Two individuals, Kami' 11 nud l'u
liela, will bo out of harm's way dur
ing the uext few mouths. Both
pleaded guilty in the District C urt
yesterday to having committed lar
ceny aud rocoived thtir sentences
today. Knnalu was sentenced to
throe mouths' imprisonment at hard
labor aud to pay a fine of $10. IV
kola had two separate sentences of
four months each imposed on him,
making eight mouths iu all.
Tho first named stole a gold watch
valuod at SS0, the property of Ma
heloua, on Jan. 21. Pukela stole a
clock and a silver watch from Japanese.
Will Leave tho Couutry.
Captain Hill was released from 1
custody yesterday afternoon on con
dition that ho leave tho country.
Hill is charged with having attempt-
ed barratry. He pleaded guilty to
tho charge yosterday before Dis-1
trict Magistrate Perry, and was to-!
day committed for trial beforo the (
Circuit Court at its next tortn, As
Hill is out on his own recognizance
ho wjjl not likoly bo in tho country '
at tho next term of tho Circuit
Court, uot if ho knows himself.
Mail tor tho Coast.
Tho S.S. Kahului left at 10:30
o'clock this morning for San Fran
cisco. She took a mail consisting of
1250 lot tors and 713 papers from tho
Post Ollico. Thoro is a good deal of
speculating as to when the Kahului
will reach San Fraucisco. Somo saj
sho will mako tho trip iu eleven
days, but tho knowing onos say she
will mako it in ten.
rpmUTY-FOUIt VOLUMES OK THE
JL Bclentlllu Aniflrlcnn, 1878-lh'JI inclu
sive, well-bound, are for sale cheap. Ap
ply at this office. IL'85-Iw
Wall Paper !
Wo liavo Just Itecelveit direct from
New York tlio
I Ever brought here at one time.
Patterns of 1895
WILDER & CO.,
March it, 1895.
Is Hawaii to be without a
cable through the action of the
United State Congress, or will
the people here awake from
their sleepy ideas and tell Un
cle Sam to do something or
let England "have Necker Island
and go ahead with the work.
Hawaii is as much in need of a
cable as any place on the globe
and other governments need
the cable to Hawaii as much as
we do. Why then should the
government that feels a fatherly
interest in a country stand in
the way of its development.
Suppose the manufacturers
of the Avery Plantation Imple
ments would refuse to send
them to this country would it
be considered a square deal ?
The planters on Hawaii who
are using these difTeient imple
ments are well satisfied with
them and are willing to recom
mend them to other managers.
They are coming more and more
into general use; in another
year there will not be a planta
tion on the Islands that will
not use them. The following
letters from such prominent
managers should be convinc
ing proof of their superiority:
O.NOMEA Sl'OArt COMPANV, )
Papaikou, Hawaii, Fob. 25, 189.").J
Mn. Jous A.Scott, Waiuaku, Hawaii.
Deaii Sin Tho Onomea Sugar
Company has now iu use three of
the Stubble Diggers.
I think thoso machines are indis
pensable for tho proper cultivation
Wo have never had au implemont
that would so thoroughly loosen the
earth around the stools, and put tho
soil in such condition that the air,
moisture and fertilizer would so
readily find access to tho fine roots
of tho cane aud tho soil around
I am glad to testify to tho merits
of thoso tools. The Sugar Laud
Disc Cultivators arrived too lato for
much use iu the cultivation of tho
last young plant aud rattoous, but I
beliovo thoy will prove to bo very
useful and labor-saving implements
in districts where cane is raised
Vm. W. Goodale,
Manager Onomea Sugar Company.
Hutchinson Plantation Company,
March 1st, 1895.
E. I. Henduy, Esq, , Hawaiian Hard
Dear Sir: In answer to your let
ter intiuiring about tho Avery Stub
ble Digger nud Fertilizer Distribu
tor, I would say that tho fact that
wo have just received tho secoud
Stubble Diggor speaks for itself.
Wo havo dug ovor four hundred
acres of rattoou stools and consider
it will bo a great benefit.
Tho Fertilizer Distributor is a
good thing aud has effected a mate
rial saving of labor iu tho applica
tion of Fertilizer aud applies it hot
ter than can bo done by baud.
Those machinos aro very simple
nud well constructed and wo have
had uo trouble with tho working of
them and wo consider them ouo of
tho most useful labor saving ma
chines that can bo used on planta
tion. Yours Truly,
G. C. Hewitt,
Manager 11. S. P. Co.
To the Proper Fit of the Frame
as to the Glass Itself . . .
j You'd get but poor
Glass, if tlio frnme
you like " Baxter
i wall." Glasses fitted
i Notice how nicely
they look. Surely
detract from your
IIakalau, Hawaii, v j
February 10, 1895.J
Mn. E. It. Hendry, President and
Manager Hawaiian Hardware
Company, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo use tho Avory Stubble Diggor,
Fertilizer Distributor and Cane
Cultivator. Thoy save labor aud do
tho work claimed for thorn. Tho
Stubble Diggor 1 consider a parti
cularly good implement.
Manager IIakalau Plantation Co.
results from tho best
holding them fitted
street's paper on tho
by us look like this,
they sit. How well
such Glasses do not
appearance. . . .
3T For a Proper Fit in botli Glasses and Frame, consult always
h. f wro:E3::M:.A.:isr,
The Reliable Optician.
Tlio Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd,
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