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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 14. 1895.
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l'Udytd to neither Sect nor l'arty,
Hut KstaUtished for the llnxefil of All.
THURSDAY, MAHCIl 14, 18J3.
It is hard to ee tho force of the
reasons h'ivoii for imtting that ver
bose preamble in front of tho In
doinuitj Act. Liws aro not inailo
in tho interest of history, howuvor
much hisory thi'y inuiiluntnlly eon
taiu. Historians will find all the
material t hoy require in tlio public
documents anil tho iiowpaprs of
these times, and they will laugh at
this preamble n a curio with its
medieval phraseology For any pre
ventive quality against political dis
quiet the preamble can be analyzed ;
only in vain.
Minister Smith was unintentiou-'
all placed in a wrong light in re- j
porting his remarks on the indom-1
nity preamble. Tho report might
be taken to mean that tho Attorney
General know that the proamble
was designed to add humiliation to
tho defeat of tho n;bolH, but that ho
did not want anybody ou tho out- i
sido to know that such was tho ob- I
ject of the preamble. What ho I
really said in -substance was that the '
preamblo was uot for tho purpose of I
"rubbing it in," but to have the
facts recorded as a matter of his-'
torical reference. ;
WINTER ON NORTH ROUTE.
Hard Experience of a Cnnndian Pa
A Japan paper describes a very
rouih passage the steamer Empress
of Japan lately had. TIih latitudes
whouco the Japan sailed were ad
verse to a fair passage to begin with;
then despite her having fair weather
at the start she struck foul times on
hor third day out, and theretof
tho voyage through the upper end
of tho North Pacific was fraught
with tumult and disgust. Even tho
captain had to leave his proper quar-,
tors and seek the library lounge for
a berth; and, dspilo his experience,
the seas in those high latitudes at
this time of tho yeir aro so rough
tlint tin nn Iajs.hI . .(V lita iliillllil Cut.
oral timos by the fearsome rocking Cable as any place Oil the globe
or. tho vessel, hho was ice clad for
ward nioit of tho way across, and
tho deck was practically a skating
l rink. Even hor cro'v's nest was
spray spattered, and she had a terri
ble time of it generally. Ou Friday
night (15th inst.) sho shipped snas
that stove in one boat and carried
away one gangway as well as obliter
ating a gojil section of the rail.
Two life-boats were alco rendered
Timely fopies THERE'S ALMOST AS MUCH
March n, 1S95.
Is Hawaii to be without a I
cable through the action of the j
United State Congress, or will 1
the people here awake from '
their sleepy ideas and tell Un-1
cle Sam to do something or
let England have Necker lslan'd ,
and go ahead with the work. 1
Hawaii is as much in need of a
To the Proper Fit of the Frame
as to the Glass Itself . . .
Bench, liar, and Board.
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
dent, Captain Ahreukiel, arrived this I them and are willing to reCOIll
rnorning 1 days from kobe, Japan, j ... , ..
menu uiciii iu uuiu inaiiii&cia.
They are coming more and more
You'd get but poor
Glass, if the frame
you like " Baxter
wall." Glasses fitted
Notice how nicely
they look. Surely
detract from your
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frll f ' fTAJb.
results from tho best
holding them fitted
street's paper on tho
by us look liko this,
they sit. How well
such Glasses do not
appearance. . . .
uselo's iu tho g,de, which lifted
them up ou the
dowti again, and
davits, Hung them
twisted their bows
Tho Gorman Bteamor Indep ndont
Arrives With Japanoso.
Tho German steamer Indepon-
33 For n Proper Fit in both Glasses and Frame, consult always
The Reliable Optician.
The Independent is chartered by K
Ognra & Co., but is consigned to T.
II. Davies fc Co., who clear and en
ter the steamer at tho Custom
House. The steamer left Kobo on
Feb. 26 and came direct, not calling
ut Yokohama. Sho brings 701 Japa-
Tho regulations for shaving ob
served in the bench and bar prob-J
ablr come down from Kanmn times. ,
and the history of the custom atnunir . iiese immigrants who come as cou'
that pooplo is a curious one. Pliny I tract laborer. They wore takeu to
says that beards worn universally I the Quarantine station, where they
cultivated as a matter of course till will jikely stay three or four days,
about 300 13. (J., wheu Sicilian bar- ! The freight will bofumigatod at the
bow, who probably acquired their i station. There was no sickness ou
art from Greece, first came to Koine. ' board and the vessel was allowed to
and Seipio Afrieauus set the fashion ' come iuside. Shoauchored near the
wharf at the root of Nuuanu street.
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:
of shaving every day. Thencefor
ward it became so much the vogue
in good society that tho term bar
barous, outlandish, was long sup
posed to mean bearded, iu alluiou
to the unkempt hair of uncivilized
nations, lucrea'ed accuracy iu
etymology has shown the roal mean
ing to be akin to ballnn, stammer
ing, iu allusion to their uncouth
For three centuries barbers had it
all their own way iu Ilomau circlos.
Then came tbo Emperor Hatriau,
who, as Plutarch atlirms, grew his j
board to hide some ugly scars, and
forthwith it became the mode. Law
yers and priests, even more conser
vative iu their observances than
other folks, continued to shave;
hence, it is supposed, came tho tra
ditional practice of the English bar,
through the law courts of Italy and
Frauce. Good Wordn.
By Jan. V. Morgan.
On SATURDAY, March IU, j
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, ,
At tho Store II uso, corner of Alnkea and
(J'leen itrfots, I will sell at
Gar Wheels and Connections!
S."ved from the wreck of Hark
"U N. Wilcox."
How Hill Bogan J.ifo.
AUCTION SALE OF
Some young American, ambitious,
but handicapped by being well born
and well cared for, once taid, "One
cau't amount to auythiug iu this
country unless he's born iu Ireland
or begins as a bootbhek or a nows
boy." Illustrious examples bear out
his statement. Datid 15. Hill, about
whom wo occasionally hoar those
days, is a Connecticut farmer's son,
and when 11 years of age wont to
Syracuse to mnko his fortuno, with
?8 iu his pocket. Ho met Dean
liichmnnd, president of the New
York Central, and made a business
proposal to that gentleman, which
he accepted, more out of amusement
than confidence. Dave Hill became
a train boy, selling candy and papers
on tho trains betweon Now York and
Aioauy. in laci, no was ino pioneer i
tra'm merchant on the Now York ' filflCC fihllia Mill SilVPf WiHfl
Central railroad. When ko retired U,flW UUIlia ttUU 01lV01 tl'dl.C
from this lucrative employment ho
was the possessor of .?o(X).
FBIDAY, March 15th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At thu Ufa il-nce of Hon. C. K. 1IISII01'.
Emma ttr. ct, I will Bell at 1'ubllu
Auction, thu collection of
How to Curo Rhoumatiam.
AnAOO, Coos Co., Oheoon, Nov. 10,
1893. I wish to Inform you of tho
great good Chamberlain's Pain Jialm
has done my wife. Sho has been
troubled with rheumatism of tho
arms aud hands for six mouths, and
lias tried many remedies prescribed
Large Lot oi Island Mats
t. (looils on view Tliurbday, March
lOtli, from U a. m. to 'i v, t.
r- . nr..
for that complaint, but found no re- .
lief until sho used this Tain Balm; A o 1 Pcmoi f
niialinlllniif it'liixli linn .imnnlut nil- VV fjLA.1. -L (At IIIX 1 I
x.iwl Iwiv 1 I nm nliinanrn ,,, riki.ntil- ! " 1,0
i;iliuit nun n...ti uuidi.iu . .ww.u- ,
m...wl!iHMl f,r (Imt rnul,li Vniim M'b luivo Just Itccelveil illri'lit from I e
iiiuiiuiiiu ll w v....v v.'....v - - - -------.- r i
M)v lark tno i
trul', O. A. BuLLOim. B0 cout and
$1. 00 bottles. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith it Co., agents for tho
If you want your watch repaired.
If you want jowelr made up neatly.
If you want souvouir spoons, or any
thing iu tho jowolry line. H. G.
Binrt, at O. Gertz's store, Fort stroot,
is your man. Ho was for fen years
tho practical watchmaker for Wen
nor & Co.
New York tho
Kvor brought hero at one tlmu.
Patterns of 13S5
WILDER & CO.,
Papaikou, Hawaii, Fob. 25, 189i
Mr. John A. Scott, Waiuaku, Hawaii.
Dbah Sin. Tho Onomea Sugar
Company has now in use threo of
the Stubble Diggors.
I think these machines are indis
pensable for tho proper cultivation
Wo have never had au implement
that would so thoroughly loosen tho
earth around the stools, and put the
soil in such condition that the air,
moisture and fertilizer would so
readily find access to tho fine roots
of the cauo aud tho soil around
I am glad to testify to tho merits
of those tools. Tho Sugar Land
Disc Cultivators arrived too late for
much use iu the cultivation of the
last young plant and rattoous, but I
believe they will prove to bo vory
useful aud labor-saving implements
in districts where cane is raised
Wm. V. Goodale,
Manager Onomea Sugar Company.
Hutchinson Plantation Company,
March 1st, 18!),"..
E. 11. Hcndrt, Esq , Hawaiian Hard
Dear Sir: In answer to your let
ter inquiring about tho Avery Stub
ble Digger and Fertilizer Distribu-
tor, I would say that tho fact that
we have just received tho second
Stubble Diggor spoaka for itself.
Wo have dug over four hundred
acres of rattoou stools aud consider
it will be a great benefit.
I Tho Fertilizer Distributor is a
I good thing and has effected a mate
i rial saving of labor in tho applica
I tion of Fertilizer and applies it bot
I tor than can bo done by hand.
I These machiuos aro very simplo
' and well constructed and wo have
j had uo trouble with tho working of
I them and wo consider thorn ouo of
j tho most useful labor saving ma
l chinos that can be used ou piauta
' tion. Yours Truly,
U. U. Hewitt,
Managor II. S. P. Co.
Hakalau, Hawaii, I
February 1(5, 1893.J
E. It. Hendry, President aud
Mauagor Hawaiian Hardware
Company, Honolulu, Oalm:
uso tho Avery Stubble DitiKor.
'ertilizer Distributor aud Cane
Cultivator. They savo labor and do
tho work claimed for them. Tho
Stubble Diggor 1 consider a parti
cularly good implement.
Geo. If oss,
Managor Hakalau Plantatiou Co.
Unsurpassed as a Toilet Requisite.
face and lips,
Superb Just After Shaving.
SCALY ERUPTIONS, J, fl
III, 4 jj oAwrM. rfmTLl
iriiiMnv. N. 11.. I,Vh. 21. own.
I Mit A. 8. HiNim,
Vtar '-'ir: I think It my ilutv to wrlw yon In regard to your
wonderful Hossv and Almond (Jnr.w. Whn I commenced using
it, my hands would crack (inun, and wore no bud Hint 1 could not
nlnwf. tliptti U'ltlifint. tiinlflmv tlmtii hh.i.il nnil iiiv fiinn ivnn rfitlcvli
and chapplnc. I havo had one hottle, and in v hands und face aro
entirely cured, and I think It my duty to nralso this wonderful re
medy. AIihs Mary C. Durvkt.
Recommended by Ladies Everywhere
FOR SALE BY
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
from all tho CeUbrted VVAi'vJi;
Factories In the United e.
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far j hi , un HsranTraR' MamLMUus:
Tlxc Hawaiian Ilardare Co. Ltd.
IMFOKTEUS, WHOLEBALK AND KETAIL DEALEHB IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.