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THE DATI.Y BULLETIN, MARCH 29. J895.
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All liolil rs of Lock Poxey at Hie General
Post Olllce nrn hereby notified Unit from
ami utter April 1, IS)j, box rents must be
paid for ouarioily in ntlvano , and If not
paid for within thirty (30) days utter the
llrstdy of rBcli ijunrtur their box will be
closed Itliout fnr'hcr notice.
ISlBtu-il) .10?. M OAT,
(Signed) iS. M. Damon,
l'.W-lH MlnlHor of Finance.
Mulders of writer privilege, o" thns-.
paying wait-r rate, ure la ruby notltlod
that th hours tor Ir-.at'on lurpo-eii arc
from 7 to W, lock a. i. nud Mo Do clock
r. m. ANDREW HKUW.V,
SupcrlutendMit of Water Works.
J. A. Kimi,
Minister of tho In'f r!or.
Honolulu, March 12, 1'ttt. 12-s-tf
.. : Uriin.
Plidged lo witlvr Sect iwr Parly,
Hut liitublhhrd fur the lienrfit of All. 1
FMDAY, MAKOII 29, 1895.
Doclslon on a LIort;uf;j Bankruptcy
Tho Supremo Court has rendered
a uii'inimottH decision in Ho Sun vs.
E. G. Hitchcock, Mtnditd. It was
nn action for loploviu of 10(5 bags
of paddy poized by Iho .Marshal
undor lovy of nu execution. Plain
tilT won it in tho Distr'ct Court and
tho Marshal appealed on poiuts of
law. Tho eao and tho l.tw decided
Ihoreupou appear in tho following
Hyjlnbtii of tho opinion of th Court,
Circuit Judge Whiting, sitting in
plaeo of Jit ictt' 1'iear, being tho
author of tbo opinion:
"A mortgagee of tho rice planta
tion took po.upcsMou of tho promises
for breach of condition, put tho
husband of tho mortgagor in charge
of tho prcmi'e hired and paid for
labor in harvesting tho crop of rice,
had it put ii bags marked with his
agents' initials. Thereafter, and
before the rico was removed from
tho premises, it was levied upon
tinder au attachment by a judgment
creditor of mortgagor. Hold: tho
replevy of tho rico by mortgagee
(plaintiff) from tho custody of tho
Marshall was good.
"Tho .mortgage contained an
agreement to soli to mortgagee
future crops not growing on tho
promises at tho tinio tho mortgago
was executed. It was contended
that a sale and delivery of tho crop
levied upon had not been made a
required by tho agreement. Held:
that as tho crop was still standing
on tho promises when tho mortgagee
took poste.ion, it was covered by
Judgment for tho plnintilf is af
firmed. Cecil Brown for plaintiff;
W. 11. Castlo for defendant.
Hearing on potitiou for discharge
of Antono Borba's assitruoo is fixed
for next Tuesday.
Judge Cooper has approved tho
accounts of J. M. Dowsett, executor
of tho estate of H. M. Stillman. Tho
estate is inventoried at, 597511.83.
KIOKJTJ BY A HOUSE.
Mate of the W. O. Hall Bttvorely
Hurt at tho Wharf.
Main Carlson of tho steamer W.
G. Hall was badly hurt t hit morning
prior to tho dopaituro of that steam
or for windward. Tho first whistle
had just blown when a horso in one
of Jim Carty's liaoks reared up.
Tho two little girltt of A.S. Hartwell
wero stauding directly in front of
the horso. Tho driver phillod in tho
horse, which turned n somersault,
and in struggling to rise kicked furi
ously. Careen was struck with tho
horde's hoofs in tho left elbow and
in tho sido. Thoro was a deep hole
in tho man's elbow and his side was
badly injured. All the same tho
mate went to sea.
How to Curo Bhoumatism.
Aiiaoo, Coos Co., OncaoN, Nov. 10,
1893. 1 wish to inform you of tho
great good Chamberlain's Pain Balm
has done my wife. She has boon
troubled with rheumatism of tho
arms and hands for six months, nud
has tried many romedies prescribed
for that complaint, but found no re
lief until sho used this Pain Balm;
ounboltloof which has completely
cured her. I tako ploasuro iujfocora
monding it for that trouble. ' Yours
truly, O. A. ButLonn. f0 cent and
$1.00 bottles. For sale by all dealers.
B-mimiii, Smith Si Co., agents for tho
THE WHITE SQUALL
' otrttid by tho Main Royal Hal
It sweeps o'er the sea liku an angel of
In lti mantle of vapor nt'd fleet,
Aid spurtu In I s pathway the white
Thai scatters like dust from It) feet.
It deoondeth In anger to travfrae the
With iiicsjiiro of wath from tbp r-fcy,
Tlmt Uip waves may ucknnwltdgo and
yield to th claim
Of the winds (bat hold council on high.
Thus swift o'er tbo ocean It speeds on lti
Nor pauseth In tiding to tell ;
Yet the wateri submissive the mindite
Of the ruli-rn that fii de them so will.
Combined Baud Ooucort.
Tho combined concert by tho Ha
waiian and Flagiddp bands to bo
given at tho hotol this evening, will
itudottbtodly be largely attended.
Professor IJorgor lias prepared an
excellent pr"gram, and both orgnn
izittous ti11 b at tlieir best. Fol
lowing is the program lo bo render
ed:, PRT I.
Overture Willi mi Tell Kf .isltil
raiiiAsiii The 0 .1 ty (ilrl Jones
.-eh ctlou Fault Uounod
Grand Musical lutornitl'iual Cougrc'i. .
Waltz Greetinits I.nblt Ay
ThrOld Drum l'olkn (now) Juilien
Mho Hht UpatieK'd thinner.
AIM II! OFflOl.I) RIM EYEGLASSES
between Wnterhoute a Tort street
' Store and (Jifcj-Ucict Sioro. A tul'able
rmviirl will im pild f -r thdf rptuni tn.1a
W. l'udmore.at Wuta-houo'b2iioeiM)ire t
btorc. 1300 3t
DURING- MY AIlSKNOi: KltOM THE
Htwatlnii Is audi i-twng lien- per
U B China, Mr. Ako will hold pourrof
attorney nnd transact all tin btiilni'j-s of
the llrai of Aku A. Co , nt KmIIuii K'lia.
Hawaii. AKAU & CO.
Knilua, Kona, Hawaii. 13CU-31
I'lONEER liUILDINQ & I,QAN
IMVIIII.AI! AlflVTiri.V MI'.CT. I
lllL'uill bo held at the. Chamber nf 1
Commerco on MONDAY EVENING. .
April 1. at 7:.'W o'clock.
Z9 raymonts aro required In Gold.
A. V. GEAR, ,
Football ilams ! i
FiliiUki Baseball Grounds
A Match Gaiuo between tho
Honolulu Teachers' Association.
Under the Auspices of tho above
Dr. B. 6. Northrop
Will bo given in tho
Y. M. C. A. Hall
Friday Evening, March 29tto.
a.11 7:3o o'clock:.
Admission, : S5cts
During tho evonlnp Musical Selections will
Tjo given by Miss M. GREEN.
CBTickoti may bo had of T. G.
Thrum, Hawaiian News Co. and Goldon
March n, 1S95.
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 difTeient 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 (he Islands that will
not use them. The following
letters from such prominent
managers should be convinc
ing proof of their superiority:
Oxojica Suo.irt Cojipanv, )
Paiuikou, Hawaii, Fob. 2o, 1893.J
Mn. Jons A.Scott, Wainaku, Hawaii.
Dear Sin. Tho Onomea Sugar
Company hai now in tiso throo of
tho Stubble Diggers.
I think these machines aro iudis
ponBablo for tho proper cultivation
Wo have nover had an implement
that would so thoroughly loosen tho
earth around the stools, and put the
soil in such condition that tho air,
moisturo and fertilior would so
readily find access to tho fine roots
of tho cauo am! the soil around
I am glad to testify to tho morits
of these tools. Tho Sugar Land
Disc Cultivators arrived too late for
much use in tho cultivation of tho
laa young plaut nud rattoous, but I
bolievo they will prove to bo very
useful nnd labor-saving implements
in districts where cauo is raised
Wm. W. Goodaix,
Manager Onomea Sugar Company.
Hutchinson Plantation Companv,
March 1st, 1895.
E. It. Hendry, Esq , Hawaiian Hard
Deaii Sin: In answer to your let
ter inquiring about tho Avery Stub
ble Digger and Fertilizer Distribu
tor, I would Bay that tho fact that
we have just roceivod tho socond
Stubblo Digger spoaks for itself.
Wo havo dug over four hundred
acres of rattoou stools and consider
it will be a great benefit.
Tho Fertilizer Distributor is a
good thing and has effected a mate
rial saving of labor in tho applica
tion of Fertilizer aud applies it bet
tor than can bo done by baud.
These machiuos nie very simple
aud well constructed and wo ha'vo
had no trouble with the working of
them aud we consider thorn ouo of
tho most useful labor saving ma
chinos that can bo used on planta
tion. Yours Truly,
G. C. Hewitt,
Mauagor H. S. P. Co.
Hakalau, Hawaii, I
February 16, 1895.J
Mr. E. It. Hendry, President and
Maunger Hawaiian Hardware
Company, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo use tho Avery Stubblo Digger,
Fortilizor Distributor aud Cauo
Cultivator. They savo labor and do
tho work claimed for them. The
Stubblo Digger I consider a parti
cularly good implement.
Maunger Hakalau Plantation Co.
The Hawaiian IMwut Go. Lit
MHr voaatt? flpar:
THERE'S ALMOST AS MUCH
To the Proper Fit of the Frame
as to the Glass Itself . .
You'd got but poor
Glnsa, if tho frnmo
you like " Baxtor
wall." Glasses fitted
Notico how nicely
tlioy look. Surely
detract from your
J2" For a Proper Fit in both Glasses and Frnmo, consult always
HL in. -V7"IO3:ii:k.ISrf
The Reliable Optician.
Chapped Hands, '
face and lips,
Superb Just After Shaving.
SOAL.Y ERUPTIONS, I
Hudson, N. II., Feb. 21, 1890.
Mr A. 8. Hinds,
Dearsir: I think it my dutv to wrltn yon In regard to your
wonderful IIonly and Almond Cream. When I roiumonced using
P, my hands would crack iinon, nud were so bad Mint I could not
closo them without making them bleed, anil in v fico wan rough
and chapping, 1 have bad ono bottle, and inr hanilti und faie are
entirely cured, nnd I think It my duty to praise this wondorful re
medy. Mini Mary O. Durknt.
Recommended by Ladies Everywhere
FOR SALE BY
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
from all tho Celebrated 'fcfeV
Factories In tho United r .
State, . mt&
IMrOUTEKS, WHOLESALE AND HETAIL DEALKH3 IN
Havana, Manila, Merican and American Cigars
Cor. Fort and M:chttnt Streets.
results from tho best
holding thorn fitted
street's panor on tho
thy us look liko this.
they sit. How well
such Glasses do not
appearance. . . .
a Toilot Requisite.
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