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THE DATLY BULLETIN, MARCH 22, 'l895.
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Ttieo. H. Davies & Co.
While Brothers' Cement,
Corrugated Iron Roofing,
Galvanized Water Pipe,
Paints and Oils,
Moche Harbor Lime,
C. & C Fine Flour,
. Ray, Grain and Groceries,
Hardware and Cutlery,
411 NUUANU STBEET.
Importer and Dealer in Enropean Dry and Fancy Goods
Ladles' Wares of every description. AIo, Iresb line ol Chinese floods.
Pongee & "Wliite Sills. Fajameis
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings!
Best Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepe 6hawls, Etc.
IV Fit Guaranteed. Price Moderate. -!
:Mu.tial Telexptione 542,is
TO TAKE BYRNE'S PLACE.
Col Rtce Is Prominently Mentioned ;
-Indorsed' by Don. Miles.
New York, March 8. Thoro is
considerable talk about tho, succos-
sorship of Polico Superintendent
BvrnfB and tho names of a number
of prominont members haro boen
mentioned. Tho idea poems to pro
vail that tho place will bo filled by
a military man of ruoro or lees renown.
Major Andrews has been mention
ed, but ho expresses himself ni well
pleased with his Police Commission
ership and douies having an eyo on
It now looks, however, as if Col.
Edmund Rico of tho Fifth United
States Infantry, organizor and com
mauder of tho Columbian Guards at
the World' Fair, would get the ,
Elace. Tho mention of his uamo
as met with favorable comment.
Perhaps no one was more pleased
than Major Oeneral Nelson A. Miles,
Commander of the Department of
tbo East. "Colonel Kico," said tho
' General, "is ouo of the best fitted
i men for such a position to be found
in the army. He is not only an ex
cellent orgauizor, but a thorough
j '"When Congress authorized the
i designation of an army officer to .
organize and commaud a forco of
1 mon required to nroteet tho pro
perty at tho World's Pair I named
Colonel Rice, becauro I know him ,
to bo eminently fitted for such an
' undertaking. Ho organized a uni-
l formed polico forco, a firo brigade
and a special police, numbering al-
I together about -J 000 men, and tho
maunor in which they disponed of
tho enormous crowds and afforded
protection to tho immense property
was favorably commented upon by
every ono who visited tho Fair.
' ,'l don't know, of course, whethor
or not Colonel Rico would accept
tho position if it were tendered to
him, but I would remind you that
, you have such excellont men right
in tho city as Admiral Erben, Ad
miral Ghcrardi nud General Com
stock, all retired. "
'Gustav Schwab of tho Committee
of Seventy raid: "I have not had .
time to learn as much about Colonel
Rico's famous organization iu Chi
cago as I had hoped. 1 am in favor
of a military man at the head of our
department, and from nil I hear
about Colonel Rico it is that sort of
a man that is wanted."
Notwithstanding tho strong fight
which Dr. Parkburst is making
against Byrnes there is still ndikeli
hood that he will be chosen to sue
Dr. Parkhurst says that Colonel
Ricb's name was being considered by
men whoso opinions are listened to,
but ho said ho was not at libety yet
to uamo the Colonel's sponsors. ''I
do not wish it to bo inferred," said i
he, "that I am for Colonel Rice
alono. There are probably othor
military men as well fitted for tho
position, but I mention his namo
, now to answer the question that may
aiifp, 'If Byrnes coes out, who will
v o nnx 372 replace him!' Byrnes must go out!"
National Cane Shredder
Mr. John A. Scott, Mumiuer of the llllo Sugar Company, gives tho follow
ing wonderful record of tho woiking of tho. NATIONAL CANE SHRED
DER, which wus circled by their workn at the commencement of the crop
"During tho punt week tho Hilo Sugar Company's mill exceeded any of
its former records by closing the 125 hours grinding with an output of 300J
tons. This is fully 10 percent more than the best work of former years.
"The three roller mill being 20 in. by 54 in. and the two roller mill .10 in.
by GO in. '1 ho first mill doing this amount of work in an efficient manner
and with great case, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of the cune by the National Cane Shredder, recently erected by
tho Com puny.
"And by its ue the extraction has been Increased from 3 percent to 5 por
cent on ull kinds of cane, ami iu nomu cases 80 percent has beon reached;
the average being 75 to 78 percent, according to quality.
"I continue to find tlio meganx from shredded cane better fuel than from
"Tho shredder has been working day and night for seven months and has
given mo entire satisfaction, having shredded during that time about soventy
thousand tons of cane, and a largo part of it being hard ratoons.
"The shredder and emiino require very little earo or attention."
l'lans iiihI Hpcciliaitioiis ol tiicstj bliteiltlere may lie seen at mo omco ol
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd..
W Aarnt or tto Hoteniinn Ulnnrtk.
L B. Kerr
is the only
man in Ho
IMPORTER AND DEALER lb
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Presb California Roll Butter and Island Bnttex
tW ALWAYS ON HAND
lei Goods fiBcetied by Every Steamer (kid Sao Francisco
gW Ail Orders faithfully attend to. Rntlsfantlnn ennraniM-o Mann iinivrs
niieiud and packed with oare.
Lincoln Block, Kino Street, Bet. Fobt nu Alike Stacm.
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LEWIS & CO..
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Provision Dealers & Naval Supplier
Fresh Goods by Etery California Steamei
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Kovolution in Hayti.
KixnsTos. Jamaica, March 8. Tho
revolution in tho Republic of Hayti,
reported yesterday to have begun in
the north, has extended already to
tho south. The Haytiau exiles, who
have been living in Jamaica, wait
ing for a ohauco to overthrow Hip
polyte, are preparing to leave.
Hayti's Minister of War, General
Adolsou Vornne, has Had to San
Domiugo. This makes two mem
bers of tho Cabinet that have de
serted President Hippolyto, Finance
Minister Fuuchard being the first
to go after tho bittor quarrel. Tho
public treasury is empty and tho
President is unable to rniso ruouoy
by a loau.
How to Cure Bheumatiam.
Araoo, Coos Co., OnEao., Nov. 10, ceivod per
1803. I wish to inform you of tho ' . , . ,
uronl irnod niinmhnrlftln Pain Ttnlm I UlCllOt ailU
has done my wife. She has been !
troubled with rheumatism of tho ,
arms and hands for six mouths, and
has tried many remedies prescribed i
or that complaint, but lound no re
lief until she usd this Pain Balm;
ouo bottle f which has completely
cured her. 1 take pleasure in recom
meuding it for that trouble. Yours
truly, O. A. Burxonn. 50 cent and
$1.00 bottles. For sale by all doalers.
Benson, Smith k Co., agents for tho
The Automatic Pearl Pkwxio Machine with
the Latest Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Heavy Work To Ptuchasars: Instructions iu Arisene,
Tinsel, Schnelle and Fancy rOtnbroidery Work will be given.
A largo assortment
has just been re-
Bryant," and more
to airivo por "Tran
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'ifi Mi'iiijjniiii'ry St., Kst-milnK from j
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Every variety, stylo
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Call and inspect our
"Household" Sewing Machine.',
Hind St wing Machines, with all ine lnUsl Improvements.
Wisifunayn's Cottage Plant.
Parlor Organs, Guitar?, and otaxr Instrument,
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