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tfHE DAILY BULLETIN, MAtlCH 20,
Theo. H. Davies & Co
White Brothers' Cement,
Corrugated Iron Roofing,
Galvanized Water Pipe,
Paints and Oik,
Roche Harbor Lime,
C. & C Fine Flour,
lluy, Grain and Groceries,
Hardware and Cutlery,
OFFERS HER SEBVIOKB. '
Prayer of a Polish Woman to Bo
come a Nutbh for Xepera.
Delow 1b tho translation of a let
tor received at tho Foroigu OQico.
It is ovidont tho writer was not
aware that the Government of hor
country had recognized tho Repub
lic of Hawaii
I To His Excellency the Minister of
Foreign Affairs of tho Govern
mont of Hor Majesty tho Qupon
j of Hawaii (Sandwich Islands).
I, tbo undersigned, a Russian sub
i ject and native of Poland, agod 25
i years, have tho desiro and the sin
cere calling to devoto mjM'lf to
I Christian works of publiis bouefac-
tion, and of sacrificing my personal
life for tho good of the poor lepers,
following tbo example of Miss rowl
or, to whom I would serve at an ni
sistaut and work under her direc
tion, in fljo states of Her Majesty
tho Quoen of Hawaii.
Outside of tho calling which in
duces mo to offer my very humble
services, tho only niotivo which leads
mo to propose myself as a Sister of
Charity to take care of the lepers is
that I naru already bad a complete
experience iu this class of labor.
1 have tbo honor to beg of Your
Excellency to be good enough to
accept my very humblo prayer, and
to deign to inform mo whether tho
position 1 petition for is granted to
mo, what ato the guarantees, and to
assure me tho truveling expenses
and cost of removal. I nlso beg of
Your Excellency to inform mo what
documents I should present iu order
to bo received.
In addition tn my mother lan
guage I speak French and German.
Persuaded, in advance, that Your
Excellence's humanity, so widely
kuowu, will deign to neccdo to my
prayer and to grant to mo tho plnco
I ask for, 1 permit myself in advauco
to express my gratitude.
Your Excellency's most humblo
Warsaw, October 25), 1811.
WATER JTOB THH OAHU.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS JP THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Mr. John A. Scott, Minuter of tho Hilo Sugar Company, gives tbo follow
ing wonderful record of tbo working of the NATIONAL (JANE SHRED
DER, which was ciccii'il by llicir work m the commencement of tbo crop
"During tbo past week tho Hilo Suyiir Compuny'ii mill exceeded any of
its former records by cloning the 125 hours grinding with nn output of 300
tons. This is fully 10 percent more than the beet work of former years.
"The throe roller mill being i!G in. by M in uud tbo two roller mill 30 in.
by GO in. '1 bo first mill doing this amount of work in nn efficient manner
and with great cuiu, compared with work on wholo cane, owing to thorough
preparation of tho cimo by the National Chiio Shredder, recently erected by
"And by its use tho extraction him been increased from 3 percent to 5 per
cent on all kinds of cane, and iu nmiu ciiboh SO percent bus been reached ;
the uverugo .being 75 to 78 percent, according to quality.
"I continue to find the mcgHfo from xhrcdilcd cane better fuel than from
"Tho shredder has been working day and night for seven months and has
given mo entire satisfaction, having klireddcd during that timo about seventy
thousand tons of cane, uud a larc part of it King hard ratoons.
"Tbo shredder and engine require very little care or attention."
fjtri'iiin mtil speciliiMtinns of Ibccc :lucildcrs may bo seen at tbo otllco of
WM, G. IHW IN & CO., L'd..
M Anrnf for IV IhvaUnn hlpmlk.
411 NUUAUU STBEET.
dorter anil Dealer la Eareuean Dry ui Fancy Goods
Ladles' Wares of every description. Alto, fresh line of Chinese Goods.
Pongee 8e "Wliite Sills. Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings I
Best Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
B Fit Guaranteed. Prices Moderate. "
war a-u.tu.etl Tele;p:h.oiie 542-ft
?LBI'HIN 119 P WX 372
IMPORTER AND DEALER I.'.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Butter
tor ALWAYS ON HAND MM
sei Gooas Recalled by Every Steamer from San Pranckcu
ir .Ml OrUerb lalthfully attend to Hatlnfaotlnn truarMniml (xiaun Unlnr
iitrftd ftmt packed with ctra
Lincoln Block, Kino Stbekt, Bkt. foivr and Alaska Stukkto.
hoth nti.KPHGNKa ao
P t WW 207
LEWIS & CO..
11 1TOKT STKKET
Mr. Dillingham Gets a Very Favor
B. F. Dillingham, superiiitonduut
of the Oahu Jlailway & Land Com
pany, has received au answer to his
inquiry about tho irrigation of tho
projected Oahu Sugar Plantation,
Tho Henry It. Worthington Pump
ing Kngino Co., Now York, wiH fur
nish four of thoir pumps with a
capacity for raising twenty million
allous ol water a day to n maximum
oicht of more than four hundred
feet. The p'ico in $70,000 against
$300,000 compu.ed by Mr. Dilling
ham iu the prospectus of the plan
tation. Mr. Dillingham shows a
comparison between what is offered
by his company, in moans and cost
of irrigation, to what tbo service has
cost tho groat Spreckolsvillo planta
tion. From tho Haiku and tho
Waihoo ditches in 1888 Sprockets
villo obtained 1)19,000,000 cubio fool
of water. This was at a yearly cost,
iu rental of water rights, of $10,000. ,
Oahu offers a fee simple of water
rights, whose contents are now run
ning waste to the sea, together with
the pumping outfit already describ
ed, promising an irrigation supply
of 1,008,312000 eubi.j font a year, at
a cost once for all of 05,000. So far
as water is concerned, nothing more
favorable, apparently, could bo de
sired. m m
Welcomo anil Farewell.
Central Union Church congrega
tion gave n social lost night to wel
come the new pa'tor, Rev. Douglas
P. Birnie, and bid farewell to Dr.
Hutchius, who has acted as pastor
with great acceptance for several
mouths. There was a large attend
ance. Misses Greene, Dice and
Richards furnished music tho first
a piano solo, tho two last a song
ii H . m ... . . u. ..!., s v ri i, raj i hm , .VjATHBK
!K3f The AuTOsr.vTif! Peak:, Skwnig Machine with
the Latest Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Heavy Work To Pm chasers: Instructions in Arisenc,
Tinsel, Schnulle mid Fancy Embroidery Work will be given.
boilm. V hobale if Heinil linicers Wal1 PaPer
We hnvo Just Received direct from
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Presh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICK - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY
IhLiNui Obdcbs Solioiteo. jf3 gj0" Satisfaction Gcabantckd.
TBI.BHHONB - r. O. BOX I1J
H. K. VlclNTYRK & BRO.,
IMFOBTBM AND DIAI.KB (W
Groceries. Provisions - and - Feed.
New Good Knralvmi by Kyory JSuket Uuiu the Kaautrn Btat8 nu Kiirn-
rBESR CALlFOItNIA PUODUOE BY . EVERY STEAUKB.
All Oitturn Nlthfully attmidfd to mid Onods DMIvrrcd to in?
lHr nf lh f'ltv KRKK.
Uiunn (Irdkbm Soliiiitkk SATisrAOTioii Odabahtu
AH1 nilKNKti MU ami KIM. BTKKK'lt..
We lmvo Ji9t Itecelved illrtot from
New i ork tho
Ever brought hero at ona thui'.
Patterns of 1895
WILDER & CO.,
rpJIK WKI.I. KNOWN
A. riimlly Dtlvli't;
llor, lo'inerly ovuikI
by John V Howler, ts
nnv for tain Intuitu-
lion and Icni" inn (- bud nn m pi.lio t on
to "A It.," 'iirti Onnt Vron .M nntil
I'nirul, I'ullco litlun
I A large assortment
I Una just been re
! ceived per "U. P.
Richet" and "0. U.
Bryant," and more
j to airivo per "Trail
Every variety, stylo
and price in tho
Furniture lino. Tho
host and most va
ried in Honolulu.
Call and inspect our
Ho ;p;p &, Co.,
NTo T ICinpr Street.
Onilv Hull'Hn n0 ami vr month.
Ed. Hoifschls? gsr & Co. :-:
"Household" Setting Mcb'n,
Hnud S.wfng Machines wiib nil the Utcst ImpriiYenienls.
Wtstprmayti's Ccttaiie PlhD-s.
Parlor Organs, fiulh'1, ku1 olnrr Iostrumentt.
:-: King and Bethel Streets.
L B. Kerr
is the only
man in Ho