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THE DAILY BULLRT1N, APRIL 3 1895.
All lioM n of l)ck Hexes nt the General
l'oit Oilleo are hertJjy notltW thai from
nutlnttur April I, ISW, box rent limit be
j alii for (jimr cily In n I vane, ami if not
paid fur within thirty (30) dnjs after tbp
llrst il.y of tiioli iiinrter tlielr box will bo
cloved without fiirdicr notice.
CSIgiird) JO. M OaT,
A pprovod : I'oiimas'er-fleiicrtl.
(MkiihI) S. M. 1)mon,
l'-VK.t MlnlsttTof finance.
Holder of water jrivlleRO, or t'ui
paying wr r.i v, are liTeby notified
that the hmir foMrr'.ottun Mirpoe arc
from 7 to M o'clock . M. au.l ft to i!o clock
r. m. ANDI'.KW HuuWN,
Snperlnletidrnt of Water Wurkt.
J. A. Kimi,
Mlnlterof the Interior.
Hinoliil i. Mnrcli U, 1-HV !2Mf
J'lnljied lo nn'tlur Sect nor lirty,
Hut Eitaldhhed f.,r lh llenefil if All.
TUESDAY, APKJL2, 1S.)3.
Evidently tho Monroe doctrine is
going to lw strained by Great Uri
tnin'rt recent nut ion toward Nic
llusia, it is mid, will interfere in
I lio Oiitmtiil Kii,ihlik if .I.ip.in hius
lo nut nny territory port of tho
fpoili of war front China. This may
inroho a Knropnn embreglio over
tllO whole btli'lim.
ICow Annexation Club
An annexation club a organiid
at Moawdua yslt-rdny evening.
There weto about thirteen natives
pre.'i'iit. .Several ipcfch"s viro
innde. Tho organization is inde
pendent of Miy oilier politienl
orgnui'ition. The follow itg otlh ora
1'rvMdont, Clun?. Maltalua; Viee
1'nwiilunt, J. K'-pMi; Treasurer, .1
K. Malno. Jr ; Secretary, 1 Davis;
uM'iMitiiu ooiuinittee, IJ-v. D K
pnli, Hoohnli, 1'oinai, 1'ipi and J. K.
Malao, ,J r.
Another meeting is cdled for net
Ttiewla.v otMilu, nln-n a constitu
tion and Ly-I.ms will he adopted.
I-ondtd to Its Full Capiclty.
Accommodation uasreftuod in the
S. S. China this forenoon. The
atoainer had its full capacity Tilled
an I though there were huuibods -f
Chinese who had already jiureliaaed
tiohets intending to leave on her,
none could ho t'ikun. The China
was drawing twenty six and a half
finL of rtaler wLira nln ll mi I. d ll.i
nfteruooii or the Orient. Few
Chinese or Japauco wore allowed
on the steatnur to-day. Those who
desired tohee their "cousins" hail to !
pvcuru passes from Customs Ofllcor
People Who Write
on typewriters marvel
that busy business men
slil' tTmjj to tlio pon pro
ci8 The hii"iiii s mnn
UMH.C it t puwritui' would
not volunla-ily tclurn to
thu oM muthod, liucatf-u
hu u.in turn off nioro
'work, of a buttur quality,
and with lt's t ITort on
Tab Mtii' Whn tor
Us-.d a TyikWfc
hcliuvus th" ta-k of 'urn
'iig1 to wtite a dillicnlt
and hopulutH onu. Try
Othors Irivu luatnud ; you
can. Your first nltuuipt
will probably lvveal thu
fact th it you do fnsfur
work with tin- pun.
That's quitu natural ;
3'ou are just learning.
Vour nu.Nt ttial will hip
pri.su you. Your lingers
go lo the right kes in
stinctively. It beeoines
easier and you will then
begin to p. alize the use-fulnu-.-
and benelit of a
CHOICE OK A TY'EWRITER
will eithop make or nrir
.our wri ing happin.ss.
I' r the I'tihiiii'SH man
lesiring a niachine, that
comb lie-. rpei d, durabi
lity, does perfect work,
and lastly, has the eaMu-t
kcyboartl to learn, huy
Ti is typowiitt-r stiinds at
thu head. Jt has all th
Let me rhow you a
T. W. HCBKQN, AqsoL
Jimelyjopie! THERE'S ALMOST AS MUCH
VV. M. SMITH,
A f Inu lUtnittod.
Iflvni'viliiiio" in thn Mlon.trio.
Captain Dabel, of tho four-masted t :1P
pehoouer Aloha, is wearing a broad Jll- r ,. . v r XT
f mile to ilny. He reeeivrd intelli- 53b" itt l'S to &. U. llull
genee by the S. S. China yostorday ifc Soil.
1 hat a fine of J.(X) imposed on him in
November Inst in San Francisco for . . -
;hi;noitteoonntt.Real Estate and Loans
manifest had been romittod by tho '
Secretary of the Tr asury at Wash-'
lllL'tnil. Ft. Will llil riUll.lllllirini'l fl.nn-
tain T)ihf.I iiilillliii lliw. mi.l..r .r Tho onlaryeinont of tbo LOAN Market
tain moel panl tho hue under pro- so ns t0 ovr thu wailt8 aml Ilccossities 0f
thu laruo number of honorablo ecoulo who
arc not owners of unlnunmbcri'd Ileal
Cstale wii one of tho most necearv Inno-
vatlona of recent jearH. To many it has
rcimni; oiainiB in mo
nrop-nly and lionorauly uomluntcd this
bunlnusi is of eiiually urcat ImportBiice
Mrs. McCully Married.
OHUmaIh in the Judiciary Depart- "en"t relief from ire
ment have ,UBd cards with' the I fUiTon
lollowiuji aniiouncetneut: . IuikIiihh is (t Pdimiiv
"Kev. John Hamilton Iliggini?, I ami value to tho community as JlulldiiiB
Airs. Ellen IiarvevMeCully.nnrried i 9,1,a l-o"" Associations huvo proved them
Tuesday, March " 12th, Charleston, . bulVl,s t0 be'
KrtLirjfi Hawaiian Investment Co,
McCully, who died in this city three Makes a tpeelalty of NiKotlatlng ami Pro
years ago. ' curliiK loans for llorrowers who are tin-
, . . able to discount their Notesattlio Banks
umi wno no not earn to oiiiirato them-
eeivus to oimio irietm or nuiuaintiiuio by
asking his endorsements to their Note.
Qchooimr JCa Moi.
Tho schooner Ko Mol is hourly
expected from Hawaii. Whon she
arrives hIio will have immodiato dis
patch forLysan Island. Tho schooner
will take as pasFonirers Max-Sehloni-
mor, a carpenter, eoou and twenty- oiuiuiiji w.M'iw.niiaiuiAoiB.
three Japanese uho will relievo the1 Thn HawiJ-in InwhRlmnnt Tn
prehont laborers on tho island. Tho ' rne UawaUan IlVefillUOnt (.0.,
schooner will return direct. Genlral Ueaj. Estate Aqents,
This Comnanv will make Ixians imon
Household furniture,, Pianos. Organs,
llortos, Mules, Wauous, Carriages and
Personal Projierty without removing tho
Property from the Borrower's possession,
and all huHlmm will be conducted on a
A Kara FIbU.
Pierre Jones has shown tho Bullu
iin a rare jelly lish called ookala,
which ho is going to preserve in ,
alcohol. It looks like a snail, its
body being a mottled gray, and it is
said the natives regard it as a groat
dolicaoy. In size tho fish has about
the same bulk as a rat.
11 and 15 Knittmniauu Stnets,
(NVcr Poit Office ) '
Notary Public. Mutual Telephone 639,
March it , 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 woik.
Hawaii is as much in need of a
I cable as any place on (he 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 dilTeient 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 tlu Islands that will
not use Ihei.i. The following
letters from spch prominent
managers - Iiould be convinc
ing pioof of their superiority:
O.somea Si oaii Company,
J'apvikoc, JIwvaii, lil. -'.), 18il."i.J
Mit. John A f-iorr, Wainaku, Hawaii.
Deaii Sin - Tho Onomea Sugar
Company Iih- m.iw in use three of
tho Stubble Digger.
I think these machines are indis
pensable for the proper cultivation
Wo have tiewr had an implement
that would so thoroughly loosen tho
earth around I lie itoolf, and put tho
soil in such eond'tiou thai Hie air,
moUturo and fertilizer would so
readily find access to tho fine roots
of tho eauo an 1 the soil around
I am glad to testify to thu merits
of these tools. The Sugar Ltud
Disc Cultivator arrived too late for
much use hi I lie cultivation of the
last young plant and rattoons, but I
believe they will prove to be very
useful and labor-saving implements
in districts whcio cane is raised
Wji W. Goodalu,
Manager Ononn a Sugar Cumpauy.
I Hutchinson Plantation' Company,
I March 1st, 1895. )
I E. It. Hendiiv, Esq , Hawaiian Hard
I ware Compauy.
Deaii Sin: In answer to your let
ter inquiring abmit tho Avety Stub
l bio Diggor and fertilizer Dmribu
i tor, I would say that the fact that
I wo have just received tho second
j Stubble Digger speaks for itself.
Wo navo uug over lour liunureil
acres of rattoon stools and consider
it will bo a great benefit
Tho Fertilizer Distributor is a
good thing and h'is eiT-eted a mate
rial saving of labor in tho applica
tion of Fertilizer and applies it bet
tor that) can bo done by hand.
Those lnnchiuos aro very simplo
and well constructed and wo have
had no troublo with the working of
thorn and wo consider them one of
tho most u&oftil labor saving ma
chines that can bo used on planta
tion. Yours Truly,
G. C Hewitt,
Manager II. S. P. Co.
Hakalau, Hawaii, )
February 10, 1895.J
Mn. 13. It. Hendry, President and
Manager Hawaiian Hardware
Company, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo use tho Avory Stubblo Diggor,
Fertilizer Distributor and Cane
Cultivator. They save labor and do
the work claimed for them. Tho
Stjibblo Digger 1 consider a parti
cularly good implement.
Mauager Hakalau Plantation Co,
To the Proper Fit of the Frame
as to the Glass Itself . . .
You'd got" but poor
Glass, if tho frnmo
you like " Duxtor
wnll." Glnsdos fitted
Notice how nicely
they look. Surely
detract from youi
Jesuits from tho best
holding them fitted
street's punoron tho
by us look liko this,
they sit. How well
such Glasses do not
appearance. . . .
3Z& For a Proper Fit in both Glasses and' Frame, consult always
The Reliablo Optician.
. IHinds' Almond
Unsurpassed as a Toilet Rtquhitc,
Face and lips,
Superb Just After Sbuvlcg.
SCALY ERUPTIONS, f
1 1 fnmm
Jltn.-o.v, N. II., Feb. 21, lM.
Ma A. 8. Hinih,
Jhar-U. 1 think It my ilr.tv to r't' jo tn ri(,iiril to your
wonderful Ho.npy and Ai.monii Ckkam. Wli' n I nimiiifi coil UoIiik
It, my hoiuls woiiltl urnck onon, mul were so tmil lint 1 could not
dost) them without innklui; thorn bleed, itml mv fu'u wan ioii;li
anil chapping. I Imvo lma one In'ile, and mv hands mid face are
tiilirely cured, and I think it my duty to iiraisu this wonderful re
medy. Miss M.nv C. I) u in NT.
Recommended by Ladies Everywhere
FOR SALE BY w.
HOBR01J DRUG CO.,
The Daily Bulletin, CO tents per
nvrnth, delivered iv carrier.
About thirty dogs were lassoed
by the police patrol this morning.
1 "I fX A. ,5i.;ilwiiAVIi
The HawailftQ Hardwire Go. Ui
Irom all the Celebrated &$ ;&?&
Factorle, In the United ' (f) (g g
ouiiea SJaPWv "if " renter
IMI'OKTEUB WHOWJSALK AND KKTAIh UKAI.KK8 IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars, i
Cor. Fort and Meiohant Streets.