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TOE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 20. 1895.
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Holders of water prlvllegos, or tMose
pnylng wafer rates, nro hroby notified
that the hours lor Irrigation j urposcsaro
from 7 to 8 o' lock a. m. and A to (I o clock
r. M. ANDREW lltlOWN,
Supcrlntendrnt of Water Works.
Appro ved :
J. A. Kino,
Minister of tlio Interior.
Honolulu, MnroliTJ, 101. 12'-t(
Th Public Schools will oloe on MI
DAY, April 12 h, for tho Ktist. r Vncitiori,
nud reopen on MONDAY, April 2.M.
By order of the Hoard of Kditratlon.
J. F. SCOTT,
Honolulu, March 13, I8!)3.
pied by pooplo of moilorato moans,
which could bo ruado vastly more
attraotiru as honios by intelligent
and industrious tending of tho
ground, largo or amall, on which
thoy stand. Dr. Northrop may be
depended upon to guide tho iutolli
gouoo in this regard, leaving to tho
uuterpriso of owuor or tenant tho
duty of putting it into execution.
Tho coming lecture will perhaps
lead to tho organisation of a "Vil
lage Improvement Society" here,
which may bo hoped to live long
enough iu spite of au unpromising
record of usefully-intended organ
izations to effect groat progress iu
tho making of Honolulu a glory to
its inhabitants and a joy to its visi
tors iu tho matter of nppoarnncoi.
SUNDAY SCHOOLS IN LINK I
Pledged to neither Stet nor Party,
Hut Eitablished far the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1895.
An article iu tho Chicago Times
Herald expressfB tho opinion that
tho annexation of Cuba or New
foundland would bo preferable to
that of Hawaii.
Mexico is competing with Hawaii
iu tho volcanio business as well as iu
bananas, but would bo glad to sco
tho former stagnant. Tho eruption
of Orizaba as reported is awful, and
threatens a largo population iu their
persons and proporty.
It appoars that tho Wilton tariff
bill has produced moro rovonue in
ono year by fourtoou million dollars
thau tho McKinloy bill. And tho
Wilson bill only wont a short way
iu lifting the weight of taxation that
.handicaps American commerce and
oppresses tho American people.
Frotty Parade Promised for Sunday
There will bo a procession of Sun
day school children known as tho
"Puall o ko Aloha" on Sunday morn
ing at 8:80 o'clock. Tho procession
will start from tho corner of Mauua
koa and Hotel streots and will march
about tho streets of Honolulu. Rov.
F. W. Damon has consoutod to al
low his Chinese Sunday school chil
dren to joiu in tho march. A drum
and fifo corps will head tho proces
sion. S. K. Kamakaia has had theso
ohildron in training for some time.
It is somothing novel iu Houolulu
and no doubt a largo number of
people will turn out to soo tho
parado of Sunday school children.
Dinah Salifou, tho Sonegaloso
monarch who was one of the human
curiosities of tho late Paris exhi
bition, is petitioning for au increase
of the allowance of $20 a month ac
corded to him "By tho French gov
ernment after he was deposed.
C. J. Lyons says envelopes woro
introduced in theso islands about
the year 1850.
Carpenter and Builder
Rev. Dr. Taltnajre, in his prayer
tho other Sunday, returned thanks
for tho adjournment of congress and
hoped tho Lord would forgive its
mombers for tho damage they had
dono tho nation. This is politics in
tho pulpit with a vengoauco. The
good doctor would have been only
fair if ho had givon thanks for tho !
damage congress had loft undone.
In praising tho administration of
affairs for tho past two yoars, tho
Star refers to tho immense improve
ment of sidowalks. This, to givo tho
advorsary his duo, should hn credit
ed to au act of tho ofton donounced
Legislature of 1892. It is to tho
credit of tho present administration
that it did not allow tho law to
lapso into a dead lotter. Somo of
its strongest supporters and largo
property owners kickod against tho
law but without avail.
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON -
Brick, Stimo ft Wooden BnUdings.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
73 Klag ft reef, Redward'B Old Btond.
Honolulu Teachers' Association,
Under the Auspices of tho abovo
Dr. B. 6. Northrop
THE COMING LECTURE.
There ought to bo a largo attend
ance at tho lecture by Dr. B. G.
Northrop on Thursday evouiug. His
first lecture was one of great valuo
to teachors and learners, but might
not have beon moro than baroly in
teresting to the avorago citizen. Tho
coming addross, howover, is to bo
ono of groat intorest to all who
would liko to soo tho town of their
abodo present tho best possible ap
pearance. It is also likely to convoy
instruction of groat importance to
all who have, or hope to acquiro,
homos of their own. As will havo
been seen by a sketch of Dr. North-
rop's career, copied iu tho Bulletin
of Friday from au Amoricau paper,
thoro is no moro corapotent author
ity upon tho subject of his coming
lecturo than ho. Much as has beon
said by visiting writers iu praiso of
tho tropio boautios surrounding
homos on tho bost rosidouco streots
of Houolulu, thoro is almost un
limited scopo for improvement of
appearances in tho towu as a
whole. Somo of tho owners of
palaces hero derivo lucrative in
oomes from tho reulB of abject
hovels, and it is to be hoped that
Dr. Northrop will givo such pooplo
a fow sido digs. Thoro aro many
presontablo-lookiug cottages occu-
Will be given in the
Y. M. O. A. Hall
Thursday Evening, March 28th,
A.W 7:30 O'OJjOCJeC.
Admission, : 2Bots
During the evening MubIcbI Selections will
bo given by Miss M. Qreon.
Mr-Tickets may bo had of T. O.
Thrum, Hawaiian News Co. and Ooldon
Jose no Espinto Santo,
March n, 1895.
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 and 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 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:
Onomea Sugar Comi-ant,
Pai-aikou, Hawaii, Fob. 25, 1895.)
Mn. Jons A. Scott, Waiuaku, Hawaii.
Dear Sin: Tho Onomea Sugar
Company has now in use throo of
tho Stubble Diggers.
I think those .machines aro indis
pensable for tho proper cultivation
Wo havo novor had an implement
that would' so'thoroughly loosen tho
oarth around tho stools, and put the
soil in such condition that tho air,
moisture and fertilize would so
roadily find access to tho fine roots
of tho cano and tho soil around
I am glad to testify to tho morits
of theso tools. Tho Sugar Land
Diso Cultivators arrived too lato for
much uso in tho cultivatiou of tho
last young plant and rattoons, but I
believo they will prove to bo vory
usoful and labor-saving imploments
in districts whero cauo is raised
Wm. w, Good ale,
Manager Onomea Sugar Company,
Hutouinson Plantation Company,)
March 1st, 1895. )
E. It. Hendry, Esq , Hawaiian Hard
Dear Sir: In auswer to your lot
tor inquiring about the A vory Stub
ble Digger and Fertilizer Distribu
tor. I would ear that the faot that
we havo. just received the second
Stubble Digger speaks for itself.
Wo have dug over four hundred
acres of rattoon stools and consider
it will be a great benofit.
Tho Fortilizor Distributor is a
good thing and has effected a mate
rial saving of labor in tho applica
tion of Fertilizer and applies it hot
ter thau can bo done by hand.
Those machines aro very simplo
and well constructed and wo havo
had no trouble with tho working of
them and wo consider thorn ono of
tho most useful labor saving ma
chinos that can bo used on planta
tion. Yours Truly,
G. O. Hewitt,
Manager H. S. P. Co.
Taro Patch & Ukulele Guitars
Made of Hawaiian Wood.
130 Fort Street. Opposite Club Stables.
Haealau, Hawaii, )
February 10, 1895.J
Mr. E. It. Hendry, President and
Manager Hawaiian Hardware
Company, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo uso tho Avery Stubblo Digger,
Fortilizor Distributor and Cano
Cultivator. Thoy savo labor and do
tho work claimed for thorn. The
Stubble Digger I consider a parti
culorly good implement.
Manogor Hakalau Plantation Co.
ft Hnallan Buitan Ct. Ltl
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