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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 21. 1895.
ftlu jOniUi lUrtin.
Vltdged to neither Sect nor l'urhj,
Hut Kttahlished for the lknefit of Alt.
THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 181)5.
It is to bo hoped that the rules
committee's proposal to restrict
noisy coaching in biseball games
has been adopted. As fr noisine-s
in tlio grand stand, tho police ought
to regulnto Hint .
TIM SULLIVAN DEAD.
Pneumonia Takes tho Popular Drivr
Off 'this Mornlntj.
Timothy Sullivan, tho well-known I
h.vk driver, died nlouteilit o'clock
this morning &t hi-t homo on Fort
street. Ho had been ill two wrelw
JimelyTopiesjTHERE'S ALMOST AS MDCHi : t
boon attomltui; him at vl yiMtordiiy
called atiotluir plia,ian mto com-
utilfntttii lint it fiiiiutur4 tlm lilfllnilv
had taken too iip a' hold to io their sleepy ideas and tell Un
orauicaioo. .ur ouuivau, now over, -i. c.
'ilmitfir i ll.t ill lltlulillfillt. ' vjillll
to be in iinuiiiK'iit
Japan gets tho backing of liifli
militaty authority iu Groat Britain,
as will bo peon in an artiulu quoted
elsewhere, ngaiust tho policy throat
onod by different countries of inter
fering iu tho settlement of peace be
tween her and China. At tho saint
time it is to bo remembered that
peace K'ttlomouts between older
civilized powers than Japau have
March n, 1S95.
Is Hawaii to be without a
from n wild, and pneumonia was the fe through the action of the
came of his riujtli. Dr. Day had . . . , .
United State Congress, or will
the people here awake from
1 ou'rt got nut poor
to do someJhiiur or L,1,,f'9' u Ul lriimo
uui noi appear to o in iiiiiuiuuui - - -- o -- i ,., ,, ,....i(ir
dinger yesterday evening, when ho let England have Necker Island 3 ., ,. , ..
onverced some nine with hi- , , ,i i ..ji. i. . i I wall. Glasses (uteri
aim v;u uiicuu wiiii 111c wuik. T ,. , . ,
, , .. . , . . , Notico how nicoly
Hawaii is as much in need 0 a t, ook SlrolJ.
cable as any place on the globe dctrnct from ur
and other governments need ;
the cable to 1 lawaii as much as
we do. Why then should the
government that feels a fatherly
interest in a country stand in
To the Proper Fit of the Frame
as to the Glass Iteelf
brother. The late Mr. Sullivan was
a native of Ireland and 12 years of
i am. Ho came hro about eleveu
i years ngo, and wa-t a brother i if John
J. Sullivan, president of the Fashion
Stables Hack Co, Timothy has al
ways been ongtped inririviuga hack,
,311(1 was exceedingly popular with
I tho public. Many people had him
for their lirt call wlien they wauled
a hack, and it can trulv ! caul o'
"Tim " that ho leaver not an eiiomy
iu tho world. A wife aud three chil-, the wav of its t evelonment
dreu two qirla and u boy, the oldest :,,- m, ,,, r i
seven years and the youngest three
....... 11. - ..i.i ..... i..r i ... .... ..,
often been made with tho kuoulodgo , j-jf JJJ" ja . 7;. The
of the victorious party that terms fneral will take place from the
limits would Citholie Cathedral at 1 oVloek this
going beyond certain
compel interference from one or
moro other power.. It is likely that j
Japau will have a free hand until i
she abuses her right, but so ftr as
hor demands have been divulged j
they do not wxi-oed, to say tho least,
what auy of tho older powers would .
be likely to prcout in the same posi
tion. Such repressive legislation as has j
been increased on our statuto books i
siuco tho insurrection will almost J
certainly bo interpreted abroad as a
symptom of weakness rather than
one of strength. It is a fact that '
some similar laws of the Provisional i
Government have been severely
criticised iu circles in tho Uuited ;
States which ought naturally to har
bor nothing but tho friendliest feel
ings toward those in control of Ha-'
waiiau affairs. This subject indeed
was introduced only last month into
a most bitter denunciation of the
Hawaiian Government delivered at
tUo prayor meeting in Plymouth
Congregational church, Brooklyu,
by a Mr Shearman. A law making
it eay for a man's oueniios or rivals
to have them banished out of their
way, by accusing him of "lawless in
tentions" and getting unprincipled
witnesses to swear to tho allog d
state of his ni'iiri, does not look like
a law consistent with liberty. Ex
cessively severe press laws belong to
a policy of banking tho fires of dis
content or disaffection instead of
letting them burn harmlessly out
tiuder good watching. Aftor a war
peace measures are the best preserv
atives of peaco.
Tho Dlocos'iu Miinzino.
The Honolulu Diocesan Magazine
for tho current quarter is isued.
Editorially it criticises tho recent
prolonged 8Uspnsioti of habeas
corpus, tho sentences on political
prisoners, and tho couiiuiug of pri-. mend them to other managers.
nuuuia in utiiiv t.mir. uuiuu nituiiiai' . m ,
lug extracts aro givou from tho' i neyarecomuig moreanci more
Royal Com mUsiou Report ou Vacci-1 r treneril use in another
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 diffeient imple
ments are well satisfied with
them and are willing to recom-
results from tho best i
holding them fitted,
slreot's pnpor on tho
.by us look liko this,
they sit. How well
such Glasses do not
appearance. . . .
35? For n Proper Fit in both Glasses and Frame, consult always
H. F WIOHMAN,
The Reliable Optician.
nation, which pets forth "that with j
tho declino of artilicial inoculation
of small-pox, at the beginning of j
this century, tho total amount of
small-pox naturally diminished."
In tho fall of 18U3 a son of Mr. T. I
A. McFarlaud, a prominent mer- j
chant of Live Oak, Sutter Co., Cal., i
was taken with a very heavy cold. I
Tho pains iu his chest were so severe j
that ho had spasms and was threat-
oned with pneumonia. His father
gave him everal large doses of.
fll. n niluirlai n'a f Vimrli 1?..t.iml t. ilii..l.
y. ......... ''" o fwufe.. ... ...v...j "v.. , . jj, . !...
hroko up the vouvli and cured linn. lu" ,,.',,, --"bh"'.
Mr. MoFarhnd says whenever his , l think lheo machines are indis
children have croup he invariably Pjusablo for tho proper cultivation
gives them Chamberlain's Cough oi rauoons
Kemeuy ami it always euros thorn.
Ho contidurs it tho best cough
remedy iu the market. For sale by
all dealers. 13euson, Smith & Co.,
ageuts for the Uauaiiau Islands.
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:
Osomea Scoxn Conr-Axr, ? j
Paiuikou, Hawaii, Feb. 25, 189.".J
Mu. John A. Scott, Wainaku, Hawaii.
Deaii Sm. The Ouomoa Simar
Company has now iu use three of
Wo have novor had an implement '
that would f.o thoroughly loosen tho ;
earth around the stools, aud put tho
noil iu such condition that the air, I
moiHiiro ami lortiuzer would so
readily find acces to tho fine roots
of tho cano aud tho soil arouud
I am glad to testify to the merits
of these tools. Tho Sugar Land
Disc Cultivators arrived too lato for
much use iu tho cultivation of the
rr ill n . i last young plant and rattoous, but I
nAiiwliftlfl -'- KiivTiifiirp bo,iuvo lhy wil1 )rovB to bp vory'
nUUODllUlU -.- I Ul IlllUl U I tiBeful aud labor-saving implements
in districts whero cauo is raised
Unsurpassed as a Toilet Requisite.
By Lewis J. Luvuy.
Several Cases Hoord by tho Supremo
Tho Supreme Court this morning
heard tho following three cases:
W. H. Cummiugs vs. Niau laukea
aud others, writ of error. Argued
aud submitted. Achi for plaintiff;
Johnson for defendants.
N. C. Wilfong, tax collector, Iloury
West, submission on non-payment
of personal taxes. Argued and sub
mitto. Deputy Attorney General
Koberlson for plaintiff; no appear
ance of or for uofoudaut.
N. C. "Wilfoug tax collector, vs. 13.
Kokoa, submission on non-payment
of personal taxes. Deputy Attorney
General Hobertson for plaintiff;
Kane for defendant.
Judgo Cooper has roudorod a de
cision in tho Circuit Court, in II. F.
Poor vs. 11. Caunon, on demurrer to
suit to cancel agreement. Tho de
murrer is ovor-rulod ou tho ground
that it does not conform to tho rules
of the Court as to tho matters which
aro considered distinct causes of de
murrer. Neumann for plaintiff;
Magoou for dofendant.
Thoi same Judge has rendered a
decision iu tho caso of H. Cannon
vs. II. P. Poor, bill in equity for
foreclosure. Tho demurrer is over
ruled aud defondaut may have leave
to answer within ton days. Magoon
for plaintiff; Neumann for defend
ant. Pollco at tho Target.
Deputy Marshal Brown, Senior
Captain Parkor aud a squad of police
officers resumed target pactiee at
Kakaako jedorday morning. Good
scores were made by tho meu. It is
the intention of tho Deputy Marshal
aud his men to liavo practico daily.
On TUESDAY, March 2U,
AT til O'CLOCK. A. M
I will n.'H nt Piilillo Miction, lit my Sales
room, a clinltu lot of iioiiMsholtl Fiirnltuio
(rniiiovoi (or convenience of sale) consUt
lUKof Upholstt red & Rataa P.ir!or Faroltuie,
Kxions'on H. W. Dlnlnij Table, II. W.
SMchoiinl, llnok Cute ili lot Books,
Jl. W. lltU'rooiu Sot, Wardrobe,
Cbcirnniors, Laco Curtains, Bedding,
Cluiidclicrs, t.nmpj, ) JledsU'udn ana
, .Mnttrosios, I'iPturos, OrimmtiiU, Ico
CliQit, Finn Htove, Kitchen Utcntlls,
Crockery, Kto., Uto , Km. Also
Fme Lut of FERNS 1
1 Siunrt) Piano, 1 l'lnpimlo.
On view Satunlny, March -'3d.
A Single Cottage
At 0 Klimu street U to let.
Apply on the Premises
Beach House To Let!
Ih to let or lease nt
Wji. W. Goodalu,
Manager Ouomea Sugar Conipauy.
Hutchinson' Plantation Cojjpanv,
Naalkiiu, Hawaii, ' -
March 1st, lS'J.",.
E. H. HuNDitr, Esq , Hawaiian Hard
Deaii Snt: In answer to your lot
tor iucpiiriug about tho Avery Stub
ble Digger aud Fertilizer Distribu
tor, 1 would say that tho fact that
wo have just received tho second
Stubblo Digger speaks for itself.
Wo havo dug over four hundred
acres of rattoou stools aud cousidor
it will bo a great benefit.
Tho Fortilizor Distributor is a
good thing and has effected a mato
! rial saving of labor in tho appliea-
tiou of Fertilizer aud applies it bet
tor man can uo done uy naud.
These machinos aro very simple
aud woll constructed and wo havo
had uo trouble with tho working of
them and wo cousidor thorn one of
tho most useful labor saving ma
chines that can bo used ou planta
tion. Yours Truly,
G. C. Hewitt,
Manager II. S. P. Co.
PACE AND LIPS,
Superb Just After Shaving.
JIun-os. N. II.. 1'eb. 21. 1830.
Mr A. S. Hiniio,
DtnrSir: I think It my duty to wrltn jonln ropard to your
wonderful HoNkV ami Almond Ciieam. WIimi 1 eoiinneiiced tialiiK
1 . inv hands would crack odoii. and were so lud thnt I could not
i'Iosh them without waking them bleed, and inv fice was roil;li
and chapplm; I have had one bottle, and mv hand ami faco aro
rn'Mtlij cured, and I think It my duty to nralse this wonderful re-
IllU.iy. Jill's .MARY V. JJUUANT.
Recommended by Ladies Everywhere
TOR SALE BY MMMM.
HOBBON DRUG CO.,
I HIGH CLASS
Hakai.au, Hawaii, )
February 1(5, 1895.J
Mu. E. II. Hendrv, President and
Manager Hawaiian Hardware
Company, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo uso tho Avery Stubblo Digger, I
Fertilizer Distributor and Cano J
Cultivator. Thoy save labor and do
tho work claimed for them. Tho
Stubblo Digger I consider a Dart i-i
Walklkl beach, a few mill
iitcs' walk from the tram
fir 1 lititi nnlr HnriLii llittli llititun inm.1
Cood Bea Ilathlui;. Houechold Utensils ! cularly good implomeut.
mm iJisncn are an coiinieie. uooius may '
bo let with liuthlnj; privileges, If the whole '
nromUes are not takon. 1
Having rented all the other honsos on
my Htt, I am ready to take any furihor
imiurn in iiinv 4inu(
Inquire of DAVID DAYTON,
1277-tf l'J Merchant street.
from all tho Celtbrated
Factories In tho United
If you are out of Bill Heads, Letter
Head), etc., we can sujiply them,
Maungor Hakalau l'lantntion Co.
Tlw Hawaiian Hardware Co. LIA
IMrOUTEUB, WH0LE3ALK AND HBTAIIj DKAMSH8 IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.