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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 22. 1895.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1805.
BE1TER BTA.Y AX" HOME
TO WORK ON ROADS
Rebel Prisoners Sent to Hllo on tho
Shortly after mm o'clock this
afternoon a cquatl of police uudor
Junior Captain Parker marched
ilown to the Kinati whnrf. Thorn
was an uuusually largo crowd ou tint
wharf to witness tlio dparturo of
the rebel prisoner for Hiio, Hawaii,
on the Muriiuur Kinati to work on
t tin Volcano road At about a quar
ter to two o'clock thirty-livo prison
ers (Ip-fst'd in striped suits marched
to tho landing in charge of tho prl-'
sou guards. No cornier had they
arrived when nalivo women began
waiting, and kept it. up niiiil long
after the stonmr liad gone fr.iin ttm
wharf. The priouiM nero marched ,
to tlio upper dock and baudod over
to the custody of seven armed
guard?, who accompanied them to i
Tho streets were lined with peo
ple. The crowd on the wharf vas
roughly estimated to bo about one
A few minutus before the prison
ers arrived poliror plll"ur Espinda in
an endeavor to keep tho crowd ba k
came in contact with F. J. Testa,
who rs.'iitel tho cop's familiarity
with a push. Mr. Testa was im
mediately hurried to the I'olico Station.
1 ho following is a list, of tlio pri-
Jimelyjopies THERE'S ALMOST AS MUCH
Fifty Cents .Ptir Day Uih Contract
Wnjjua at Honolulu, H I.
Quito a number if the miners
around Monte Cristo wno aro tempo
rarity out of work on account of tho
changes to be mndu in the machinery
at the United Concent ration Compa
nies concentrator, and who have
been thwkiug sorioii'-ly of trjiug
their fortunes in the Hawaiian
Islands, will do "ll to read and re
lied upon tho following item which
we take from tlio Hawaiian Gazette
of January 1. " There are 1300 Japa
nese on board of tho British uleauier
Deutala, now in the harbor, who
Were sout hero by a new immigration
company, of which Thomas Evans,
(formerly asistant superintendent
of the groat leper rettlcmnts
at KalatiD.ipa and Kalawao), U
tho local representative. Mr.
Evans received word yesterday
that iu tho fiituro no trouble would
be expei iencod in obtaining laborers
from Japan. Tho Pioiidout of tho
Yokohama bpecie li.uik is at tho sonors sent up on tuo Kinau.
head of the company which Mr. Sam Hookano, Sam Kaaiat John
Evans represents. They were com- Lilikoi, H. K. K.mehe, H. Kia, Ma
polled to put up a bond of $10,000 lioe Ama, Kahoomaiiawaniii, Keoho,
boforo thulium were allowed to lo- Jamos II. Uush, V. C. Lauo, Kolii-
part. This was done to asMiro tho kuowa, Kahikikolu, Kema Kekipi,
Javanese Govern niniit that tint labor
ers' contracts will b fulfilled to
th Mtor. Tho ainoilnt covers
2000 mou, and when that num
ber aro shipped tho bond will
have to bo increased to $30,000. Tho
mou who arrived yesterday aro all
contract laborers and will bo dis
tributed, as soon as tho quarantine
regulations aro complied
among the various plantations
will receive 3l2fOa mouth during
tho existence of tho contract. This
is a low rato; formerly tho mou wero
paiu su a mouth, it is uuaemoou
that tho plautera pay their fare over,
which amounts to about 30 a head.
Tho fares of tho women are paid by
the immigration company."
Among tlie throng of Japaueso
three, livo and coven year contract,
laborer, now steadily "pouring into
the Islands from Japan, are many
skilled workmen "ho, after their
contracts are signed, and their desti
nations reached, .lose but very little
time in getting information to tho
plautatiou manager that thoy "sabe"
carpenter, blacksmith, machinist, or
some other skilled trade and that
if tho manager will pay thorn dou
ble wages, say DO cents a day, that
they cati be induced to break thoir
agricultural contract and
"Lay down the shovel nml thu hoo."
It rs needless to add that thu mvi
agors quickly find opportunities to
get rid oj tho whites. Monte Crito
Kabalewai, Johu Kektula, J. Ka
hopuwaeua, Haha, W. Joseph, Wai-
lama, J no Clark, Kan'cla, Patrick
Lane, Hikilea, Kini J. Mahoo, Johu
Piko, Henry P. Knoll!, Henry Ma-
hoe, Paulo Hokii, Kano Uu, J. Hauu-'
pau, Iuoaole, and.John Wise. I
Johu Lauo was to have gone with
the cant;, but was taken ill at 11
with, 'o'clock this morning. Ho has con-
Thoy I tractod a severe caso of Gortnau '
Note From Sir. Teste. ,
Mr. Testa writes the following
note: "I'm not editor of Ka Maka
aiuaua, but am only the treasurer. I
Tho proprietor and managing editor ,
is W. 11. Kapu, who is of record as
Mich. F. J. TnsTA." I
Read the following extract from a
letter of Cha. M. Out told, 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 com
March 11, 1S95.
Is Hawaii to be without a
cable through the action of the
United Slate Congress, or will
the people here awake from
their sleepy ideas and tell Un
cle Sam to do something or
let England have Nccker 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 diffeient 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.NOIIEA SUOAU CoiirANY, )
PAr-AiKou, Hawaii. Fu. 25, 189.".f
Mil. John A. Scott, Waiuaku, Hawaii.
Deaii Sin. Tlio Onomoa Sugar
Company has now iu use throe of
tho Stubble Diggers.
I think these machines are indis
pensable for tho propor cultivation
Wo have nover had.au implement
that would so thoroughly loosen tho
earth around the stool, and put tho
To the Proper Fit of the Frame
as to the Glass Itself . . .
You'd got but poor
Ctlnss, if llio fnuno
you like " Baxter
wall." Glasses fitted
Notico how nicely
they look. Surely
detract from your
results from tho best
holding thorn fitted
street's pnnoron tho
by us look like this.
they sit. How well
such Glasses do not
appearance. . . .
JE" For n Proper Fit in both Glasses and Frame, consult. always
h. f wro:E:M:jusr,
The Reliable Optician.
.Up IipaiI u-.i-tiuimnlntiilr Rtnmiml nn I SOU IU SUCH COIKlltlOU that tho air,
JACK ON SH.OBE.
Cruol Treatment of a Horso Boloug
iur to tho Ifotol. i
Two bluojacket8 from II. B. M. S.
Nymplio wore placed under arrest ,
ostorday afternoon. Five of them
had been out on a "jolly good time,
yiyi know," in a hack hired from tho '
Hawaiian Hotel Stables. Tho meu
drove tho poor auimal t-11 ho was '
fairly tired and was hardly able to ,
ftaud, when H. Kleiume met. thorn. '
It was reported to Senior Captain
Patkor and the ollicor had tho men
brought to tho Station. Tho drivor I
was charged with furious and heed- i
loss driving. Ono of his companions
attempted to nave tlio man from j
boing taken bolow and was run I
down himself, and charged witli
obstructing and perverting justice, i
Tho horso has recovored from the
eirects of tho hard driviug to which
ho must have been subjected.
LOST HIS TI0KE11. j
An Englnoor Relieved of His Tiinc
pleco While Asloep, '
A. Pioch, third engineer of tho
S. S. Independent, is minus his watch
and chain, and a native woman
named Kaulakolo languishes iu jail .
charged with tho larceny of tho
articles. Pioch wout lo tho woman's (
house tho othor night, and had a
good timo there, moro or less liquor
being drunk. When ho got up in
the morning ho found his watch and
chain and two dolhrs gone. Tho
womau aumittcu that sho tool: tho
money, but said she knew nothing
of thu other missing articlos.
Tho S. S. Independent leaves for
Japan to-morrow and it is likely
that tho engineer will loavo without
tho watch and chain.
aud I could not deep at night. I
can recommend I his remody." A
cold nearly a1 ways starts iu tho hoad
and afterwards extends to tho throat
and lungs. By using this remedy
freely as soon as the cold has boon
contracted it will euro tho cold at
ouco aud prevent it from extending
to tho lungs. For sale by all dealors.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents for tho
By Xruwis J. Lovoy.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Household -:- Furniture
moioturo aud fertilizer would so
readily find access to tho duo roots
of tho cauo aud tho soil around
I am glad to testify to tho merits
of those tools. Thu Sugar Land
Disc Cultivators arrived too late for
much use in tho cultivation of the
last young plant aud rattoous, but I
boliovo thoy will prove to bo very
usoful aud labor-saving implements
in districts where cauo is raised
Wii, W. Goodali:,
Manager Onomoa Sugar Company.
Unsurpassed as a Toilet Requisite.
pace and lips,
Superb Just Atier Shaving.
scaly eruptions, j;3
x rii am? yiMir i tt
f i UwFff Erin
AT 1(1 O'CLOCK A
I will veil at Public At'ciion. at my Sales
room, u cliolco lot of Household Furniture
(remove J for convenience of sale; consist
Uphill red & Ra'lan Parlor Farollate,
ExiensUm It. W. Dlnlnc Tnbl, II. V.
Bldebosril, Hook Caso with lot Hooks,
H. V. Updrooiu Bet, Wardrobe,
Clieffonlers, Lace CurtaliiB, 11 odd lug,
Cluindcliers, J.umps, )X liedsleuds and
MHttreitot, l'l.'tures, Ornimeiits, Ico
Chcft, Finn Ktove, Kitchen ''tonsils,
Crockery, Kto , Kto., Kto. Also
A Finu Lot of FERNS 1
1 Bipiaro 1'iano, 1 FlappolD.
W On view Saturday, March l!3d.
A Single Cottage
! At SO Klnau htrret is to let.
Apply on thn Freiiilhes.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nutianu streets, lodging by day,
wook or luonili. Tonus: 25 and 50
conts per night; SI aud -t'lfi per
UKSIUAIILE MAN WISHES KM
nlovment In stable keeidni; or ranch.
and bus ii wife who knows how to m.iko
butter, wash ami Iron clothes, (list clnsu.
Ho has been in thu country for fourteen
years and undorstnnda n great deal about
horses and cows. Terms reasonable. Ad
dress "K. S ," UULLfcTIN Olllco. l'2'J-0t
Hutoiiinso.s' Plantation Compant,,
March 1st, 189.1.
E. IJ. HcNonv, Eso. , Hawaiian Hard
Deaii Sin: Iu answer to your let
tor inquiring about tho Avury Stub
ble Diggor aud Fertilizer Distribu
tor, l would Bay that tuo lact tliut
wo havo just roceivod tho secoud
Stubblo Diggor speaks for iUolf.
Wo havo dug over four hundred
acros of rattoou stools and consider
it will be a great bonelit.
Tho Fertilizer Dinributor is a
good thiug aud has effect nd a mate
rial saviug of labor in tho applica
tion of Fortilizer and applies it but
ter thau cau bo douo by baud.
! Thcso machines aro vpry simplo
I aud woll constructed aud wo have
had no trouble with tho working of
I thorn aud wo consider thorn one of
, tho most usoful labor Having ma
j chines that cau bo used on pluuta
I tion. Yours Truly,
I G. C. Hewitt,
I Mouagor H. S. P. Co.
February 10, 1895.J
Mn. E. J. Hendiiv, President aud
Manager Hawaiian Hardware
Company, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo uso tho A very Stubblo Diggor,
Fortilizer Distributor and Cano
Cultivator. They save labor and do
tho work claimed for thorn. Tlie
Stubble Diggor I consider a parti
cularly good implement.
Mauagor Ilakalau Plantaliou Co.
Hudson, N. H., Ii. 21, 1R90.
Mr A. 8. Hinds,
Veark'ir: I think it my dutv to wrlto yon In repnrd to your
wonderful Honey and Almond Crram. WIihi I commenced using
P, my hands would crack upon, and wore so bad that I could not
close them without maklnir them bleed, and niv face was ioiihu
and chapping I havo hadono boMle, and mv hand and face are
and I think it my duty to praiso this wonderful ro-
Mis Mary O. I)unNT.
Recommended by Ladies Everywhere
FOR SALE BY MMM
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
from all tho Celebrated
! Factories In the Uultod
Tbe Hawaiian Hardv&ic Co. Lti
IMl'OKTEItB, WH0LK8ALB AND KKTAIL DEALK11B IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars,
HOLLISTER &c OO.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.