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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH IB, 1895.
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WATEU NOT ICE
Holders of water privilege or t'lojn
paying var ra'cs, are hereby notified
that the houri (or irrigation purposes nro
front 7 to S o'rlook . m. ami 6 to (1 o clock
I-. m. ANDItKW ItKuWN,
Superiiileii ! nt of Water Wurti.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of the Interior,
nonolnhi, March l'- l-0. I'J'Mf
The Water Supplr will ho shut oil' on
Nntttmt street froni.ludd llllltothe Wnler
Kront on SUNDAY NEXT, March 17th.
from U o'clock a. m. to 8 o'clock r. t.
Biiierlntendetit of Wa'er Worki
All ptwous who (li'poRilcil Anns
and Ainintniitioii at tho I'olico Sta
tion in ruspunst) to nn order to that
ulTot't, aro requested to call and receive-
tho satnn between tho hours of
2 ami I r. m.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, March f, 1S'.).".
All bills against tho Military De
partment contracted between Janu
ary G and February 15, 1895, aud not
as yet prosontod, aro ordered to bo
presented at tho Financo Office bo
foro 12 o'clock noon on SATURDAY,
March 10, 1895.
W. G. ASHLEY,
Quartermaster 1st Reg., X. G. II.
(j'hi j.: ;1J 'ii tWvJhi.
I'll dyed to neither Sect nnr Party,
lint IMahlishcd for the liniefil of Alt.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1895.
Hoavy Mail Received.
There was received at tho Post
OUico today an accumulation of 22
days' foreign mail. It consisted of .
1!(J bags containing 10,791 letters '
and 18,182 papers and packages, in
dependent of parcels post aud regis-teri-d
mail. I'o-tmHNler-Giuieral ,1.
Mort Oat is forwarding the foreign
mails for part of Maui aud Hawaii
by the steamer Kilattea Hou, and
for all of Kauai by tho steamer
James Makee. If it wore not for
this action, some people on Hnwaii
would havo to wait ten days for
their nir.il. Town people should
havo patience if they do not got all
their papors delivered to-day, in '
viow of such an unusually "largo
day's work at the Fost Oilico.
Kccoption to the Admiral.
Tho residonco of A. S. Willis,
United States Miiiistor,ou King and
Fiikoi streets, was a scono of festivi
ty yesterday afternoon, tho occasion
being a reception by tho Minister to
Admiral Deardslee. Tho baud of
the U. S.S. Philadelphia was station
ed on the grouud aud played froml i
until G o'clock. Besides the Admiral i
aud officers of tho cruiser, a largo
number of prominent people at
tended. In tho fall of 1893 a sou of Mr. T.
A. McFarland, a promineut mer
chant of Live Oak, Sutter Co., Cal.,
was taken with a very heavy cold.
Tho pains in his chest wore so severe
that ho had spasms aud was threat
ened with pueumouia. His father
gavo him Feveral largo doses of
Chamberlain's Cough Romedy which
broke up the cough aud cured him.
Mr. McFarland says whonovor his
children have croup ho invariably
gives them Chamborlain's Cough
Remedy and it always cures them.
He considers it tho best cough
remedy iu tho market. For sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith Si Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islauds.
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
aud organ maker and tunor, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiir.n News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to b Urn same a doue
If you are out of Hill llemU, Letter
Heads, elo., we can supply them.
ONE BHITI8H VIEW.
Tho Loudon Telegraph Tnlka Strong
ly on Hawaii '
London, February 2(5 In a leader
on tho revolution in Hawaii tho
Toleurnph this morning pay.:
''Thu spoctaclo is ono to astotinil
and si-andalizo tho fiviliz-d world.
1'rosidont HarriMUi played into thu
hands of the suar pirates openly j
and Mr. Cleveland did not dtro to
wiwh hN hands of tho basenes and
brutality wrought by hN follow '
President at Honolulu.
"American war litp.4 liavo played
rat-and niou'o with tho isl'tnds and
dodffd about jti't ountiyli to ivo
tho lilihtiMon a chance to eicape if
tiling catnn to tho worst. Tliti, bo
eaue jtictico un in lndy's tnisinoss,
and Lilitiokahiui ,n not r oh or
powerful cnoiuli to command
friendship, Enulaud and America
havo adnwd thi fltgrant criiuo to
bo committed in open daylight.
"It is everybody's interest except
1 tho declining rac of islanders to
hush tho inatior up and all'iw
speculator to treot a spurious gov
emtiieiit and stain tho American
Hag by taking upon it this bastard
"Wo do not suppose that any
power will protost, unless it bo
lapan when she has leiun, but the
Mpectac'lo is a sorry ono for Christian
morality and is a bitter lesson of
what ffoble races may expect when
tho interests of civilized powers
como in collision."
Road the following extract from a
letter of Chas. M. Gutfeld, of Reed
ley, Fresno Co., Cal.: ''It is with
pleasure I toll you that by ono day's
use of Chamberlain's Cough remedy
1 was relieved of a very severe cold.
My head was completely stopped up
and I could not sloop at night. 1
can recommend this remedy." A
cold nearly always starts in tho head
aud afterwards extends lo tho throat
and lungs. By using this remedy
freely as soon as tho cold has been
contracted it will euro tho cold at
ouco aud prevent it from extending
to tho luiiKS. For sale by all dealers.
Botisou, Smith K Co., agents for tho
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch nt (.'oast prices in
spect tho stock of Drowu Si Kubey,
at No. -J, Masonic Temple; there you
will find tho larget-t variety iu Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
aud watches sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Drowu Si Kuboy
make a specialty of rubber stamps.
By Jim, K. Morgan.
Auction Sale of for IVIierls
On SATUltnAT, March Hi, j
AT 12 U'Ul.OUK NOON,
Attho Storu H ti-u, ooriir of Alukea and
l leen Mrwi'ts, 1 will sell at
Gar Wheels ana Connections I ,
Spvcd from the wreck ot llurk i
"U N Wilcut.''
Jaa B Morgan, (
12S7-'Jt AUCriONKKK. ,
A. B, C. BOHEMIAN BEER1
I HUM THE
American Drying Compiny, St. Lonls.
Vfe- Tor mle hy
II. "W. SCHMIDT & SOXS.
Notice to Gousignees 1
Goods ex S. S, ''Independent"
Must hu taken uway as toon hi jxmlhld
after ducking nt the New Wlmrl,
lOOt of .N'tUUUlU stU'Ot.
Theo H. Davies & Co , L'd
Jose Do Espinto Santo,
Taro Patch & Ukulele Guitais
Made of Hnwulinn Wood.
130 Fort Street. Opposite Club Slab.es.
March 11, 1S95.
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 arid 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 I lawaii 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:
Onomea Scuar Company, (
Papaikoi', Hawaii. Feb. 25, 1895.)
Mn. John A.Scott, Wainaku, Hawaii.
Deab Sin The Ouomea Stijjar
Company hat now in use three of
the Stubble Diggers.
I think these machines are indis
pensable for tho proper cultivation
Wo have never had an implement
that would po thoroughly loosen tho
earth around the stools, aud put the
soil iu audi condition that the air,
moisture aud fertilizer would so
readily find acco.'s to the fine roots
of the cane aud the soil around
I am glad to testify to tho merits
of these tools. The Sugar Land
Disc Cultivators arrived too late for
much tiMt iu the cultivation of the
last young plant aud rattoons, but I
believe they will prove to bo very
useful and labor-saving implements
in districts where catio is raised
"Wm. W. Goodale,
Manager Onomea Sugar Company.
Hutchinson Plantation Company,,
March 1st, 1805.
E. It. IIenimiy, Esy , Hawaiian Hard
Deak Sir: In answer to your let
ter inquiring about tho Avery Stub
bio Diggor and Fertilizer Distribu
tor, I would say that tho fact that
wo havo just received tho second
Stubble Diggor speaks for itself.
Wo havo dug over four hundred
acres of rattoon stools aud consider
it will be a great bouofit.
Tho Fortilizor Distributor is a
good thing and has effected a mate-
rial saving of labor in the applica-
tiou of Fortilizor and applies it bet
, tor than can bo done by hand.
j These machines aro very Bimplo
i aud woll constructed and wo have
l had no trouble with the working of
them and wo consider thorn ono of
I tho most useful labor saviug ma
i chines that can bo used ou planta
tion. Yours Truly,
' G. C. Hewitt,
Managor II. S. P. Co.
February 10, 1895.)
Mn. E. 11. Hendry, President and
Manager Hawaiian Hardware
Company, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo uso tho Avory Stubble Diggor,
Fortilizor Distributor and Cane
Cultivator. Thoy save labor and do
tho work claimed for them. Tho
Stubble Diggor I consider a parti
cularly goo i implement.
Manager Hakalau Plantation Co,
Ttie nmiian Hard Co. Ltd.
err nNCMrV rtCWSVN
THERE'S ALMOST AS MUCH
To the Proper Fit of the Frame
as to the Glass Itself . . .
nil u jui DHL jmiui r
Glnfes, if the frame t.&Jfe.
you like "Haxler jij.i V
wnll." Glasses fitted WaTKffifel-
Notiec how nieoly
tlioy look. Surely
detract from your
i3 For ft Proper Fit in both Glasses and Franio, consult always
The Reliable Optician.
Face and Lips,
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Scaly ekuptions, Y'a
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Vein .sic: I think It mv
wonderful Ho.nkv a.ni Almond
It. mv lunula would crack odcii.
olou them without ninklug them lilted, and mv face wax rouli
and clniilnp I huvo linn one bottle, and mv (minis and face nre
entirely cured, nml I think It my duty to uralso this wonderful re-
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such Glasses do not
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