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TFJE TMTI.Y BUI.LF.TfN, APRIL 1 1895.
All liold-M ol Lock Uoxei at the General
l'ost Olllce are hereby notified that (rum
nml niter April 1, 18)1, box renti must be
j aid for quar'oily In ndvtino", autl It not
paid for within tjilrt (30) days niter the
first dy of i-nch quarter their bvx will be
cloed without further notlre.
(8l(!ncd) .103. M 0T,
(blRiied) S. M. Dimo.v,
12j').3t .Minister of 1'lnaiicc.
Holders of water privilege", or thosti
paying watr rn.es, nro lurch)' notified
that tin liotiri for Irri'-at'ott i urnoses arc
from 7 to H o'i look a. m and 6 to 'I o'clock
r. m. ANDItf-.W DKUWX,
8npertntcnilftit of Water Works.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, Marfli li, I'M. 12S-tf
7At -7luhi ? itUlin.
1'lrdyeit to nrithrr Seel nnr Parly,
lint Ettabllthcil for tic Iknofit of All
THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1893.
It is a long time excepting tho at
tempted restoration iucidoul eiueo
any sorious friction occurred bo
twenn tho Goverumout of tho
UniUd Statin anil that of Hawaii.
Yet it was scarcely tho unexpected
that happened when tho recall of
Mr. Thurston was demanded. Mr.
Thurston is an euorgetio adminis
trator of public affairs, as Lo proved
when Minister of. tho Interior, but
ho lias uovor shown any talent for
Sir John 1). Thurston, Governor
of Fiji and High Commissioner of
the Western Pacific, i on his way to
England with his family. Referring
to his departure tho Auokhud
Herald among other tilings about
his administration say?: "For somo
time past Sir John has been devot
iug his attention to utilizing tho
isiauds recently annoxed, known as 4
J. ho Gilbert and lillico Groups, and
thoy have turned out well. Tlwy
stretch through six degrees for lat'- J)
tude, aud have a population esti
mated at 30,000. Ho has established
a rii!tilar administration in substitu
tion of tho capricious rulo of local
chiefs, which is already self-supporting.
Tho code of laws is uniform
with the Fijian code, aud printed in
mu uniivu lauua", soinai law anil
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order aro now having frco conrxo, a
proof of which is tho execution at
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l ijioi a native Tor tho inurdorofa
Gorman tr.idor in thn Gillmrl Drnnn
uorman ir.morin iuo uuueri uroup. ;
Tho civil arm was strong and long
(Hiniirrll o rmnll flin nlllrli.rnr vuiM. '
ouougu to reach tho murtloror with-
out ri'courso to tho 'last arguuiont
of kings,', ho guns of a war.hip. A1
groat moral object lossou was thus
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taught to tho natives of tho Group ,
whii.h will not be lost on then. Sir ;
John auticipntoa that iu a yoar or '
two the trade of the Group will bo i
doubled, as it follows tho flag."1
Such able aud vigorous adtniniHtra-
liou of those simple natives is what
Samoa wants, with ono Power iu
control instead of three that now
divido tho responsibility.
Should bo used in nt tempting to
cum that vory disareenblo disease,
t-atarrli. As catarrh originates iu
impurities in tho blood, local minll-
catious can do no permanent good. ,
inont is to purify tho blood, and for .
una purpose mere is no preparation
superior to llood's Sarsaparilla.
Hood's Pills euro constipation by
restoriug peristaltic actiou of tho
JUST ItKOniVKDA LAUOE ABSOHT
nient of l-'rult Tree mid l'lanta (which
uru on vlow and for tale at my Halearooms),
coiiipr'xlni; in ptrt ax follows: Batsuum
nnU Riniiniiot ijrnin's, Olant Ijfiaot,
Kumquot. Walnnt 1'luiu Persimmon and
Chestnut Trees, Maguolh , Rhododendron,
Aznllas, Degoiilcos, Itoes, Ilex, eto., eta
Linvvls J, Liovey,
People fl ho Wnt
on typewriters marvel
that busy buVmess men
Htili cling to tho pen pro-ee-B.
The buHiiH man
niiU H typewriter would
not volunta ily id urn to
the old method, lieouio
he can turn off moro
woilc, of a better qipilily.
and with -le.-.s l'foit on
Tnn Mm ffh-i tar
Itad h lyjrW'liT
believew th" talc of h lin
ing1 to wiita a dillicult
and hopdes-s one. Try
Uthurs have learned ; you
can. Your first attempt
will probably reveal the
faet th it 3ou do faster
work with tin- pen.
That's quito natural ;
you are jut learning,
lour next tii.il will Mir
prise you. Your lingers
go lo the right keyH in
stinctively. Jt becomes
easier and you will then
begin to r. nlize the use
fulncR and henelit of a
CHOICE OH TYPEWRITER
will either make or mar
your writing happitiiss.
Fur tho tiusitu'PH man
desiring a machine, that
comb'iicH ppoed, durabi
lity, does perfect work,
and lastly, has the cat-ie.it
keyboard to learn, buy
Ti is typewiiter stands at
the head. It has all ih'
latest improvi moiits.
Let me hhow you a
T. W. KOBRON, Afieat.
IJYVlllTIJ 15 OK A. WHITOKEXKOU-
I 1 tlnti Ui.".rit lint, nf Ihfi Dltrl.t, I'.Mif.,
"' "' '"" "" 'n .ircii, . u ia
MKulllat Lull Olioi K. ill fuiiiiiint, III fuv i t
a. Kcrnniiil,-, iilVimlir, tor Hia mini of
,,5-0S l liivo lovl l ii on nml shall ex-
iio.'e or n'Jl') nt the rollco HUtlon, In tho
b.btrlutof Honolulu, Island ofOslm. tt 12
'ul"''k of BATUKDW. the 20iliilyof
A ,( A J( m; , thr Mhcal ,,w,lcr'a,i
the riht, title uml interest of ihosnid l,au
t'hOll. ilcfoildailt. 111 UIlll to tllO followlnc
,,rnIK),ty, milim ld jnitciuent.llui 'en',
coml my expenst-s ho previously paid,
AlS'h.Wred Inti-rert of the
?u! i I mi OIiohk. dofomlon, in and to ,at
Certa'n l-tnp of tlioso Kour Trams of Laud
H'timto nt l'nwnn.iroir u. MuOully to Nln
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!-Tcrina CwMi hi U. 8. OoM ('o!n.
Mnmhnl Ketuhllool Hawaii.
Hoiiolula, II. 1., March 1!0, 1S1S.
Beach Residence !
l'OH H15NT, I.KASE or 8ALK.
QITOATKI IN KAPI01.ANT PAKK,
furuiahd. Also, for faa o or l.eato
4 Acres of Good Pasture Land
'Situated on Wilder Avenue.
For further particulars, apply to
Dlmond Block, King street.
Beach House To Let !
In to let or lense ut
Wiilklkl heauh, a few mill-
uiea' wane iroin tne tram
and Dishes are all eonmlele. Kooma mav
In let with bathing privileges, If tho whole
prtimlMca aro not taken.
Having routed all the other houses on
in v llt, I am ready to take any further
onli'iH In that line.
Inmilruof DAVID DAYTOV,
1277-tf I'J Merchant urect.
J9dify Bulletin CO cents per month.
, Is Hawaii to be without a !
cable through ihe action of ihe !
, United State Congress, or will ;
! the people here awake from'
their sleepu ideas and tell Un-'
de&mip a. .NMthing
let bngiand nave iNecker 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
J we do. Why then should the
government that feels a fatherly
interest in a country stand in
l the way of its development.
i 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 diffei en t imple-
1 ments are well satisfied with
them and are willing to recom-
1 mend them to other managers.
1 They are coming more and more
I into general use; in another
1 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.S05I E A SCOAII COMPANT,
Papaikou, Hawaii, Fob. 23, 189.").)
Mn. John A. Scott, Waiualiti, Hawaii.
Deaii Sin: Tho Onomea Sugar
Company has uow iu use three of
the Stubble Diggers.
I think these machines aro indis
pensable for the propor cultiratiou
I of rattoous.
Wo have uovor had an implement
that would so thoroughly loosen tho
1 earth aro u ml the stools, and put the
soil in Mich condition that the air,
' uioisturo aud fertilizer would so
readily fiud access to the fine roots
of tho cauo and tho soil around
I am glad lo testify to tho morits
of these tools. Tho Sugar Land
Diso Cultivators arrived too late for
much use in the cultivation of the
last young plant and rattoous, but I
beliovo thoy will prove to be vory
useful and labor-saving implements
in districts wlinre cane is raised
Wii. W. Goodale,
Manager Onomea Sugar Company.
Hutchinson Plantation Company,
March 1st, 1895.
E. It. Hendry, Esq , Hawaiian Hard
Dean Sin: In auswor to your let
tor inquiring about the Avory Stub
bio Digger and Fertilizer Distribu
tor, I would say that tho fact that
wo have just received tho secoud
Stubble Diggor Bpoaks for itself.
Wo havo dug over four hundred
acres of rattoon stools aud consider
it will bo a groat benefit.
Tho Fertilizer Distributor is a
good thing and has effected a mate
rial saving of labor in tho applica
tion of Forlilizor and applies it bet
tor than can bo done by baud.
inoso macnluos aio very simple
aud well constructed aud wo havo
had no trouble with tho working of
them and we consider thorn ono of
tho most useful labor saving ma
chines that can be used on planta
tion. Yours Truly,
G. C. Hewitt,
Mauagor H. S. P. Co.
Hakalau, Hawaii, )
February 10, 1895.)
Mn. E. It. Hendry, President aud
Manager Hawaiian Hardware
Company, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo ubo tho Avery Stubble Diggor,
Fertilizer Distributor aud Cane
Cultivator. They save labor aud do
the work claimed for them, Tho
Stubble Digger I consider a parti
cularly good implemeut.
Manager Hakalau Plantation Co.
Tie Hawaiian Hudvsit Co. LUL
mcmt wKumv emrmatBMib
Saturday a lid Monday,.
" J 7
April etn nnd sh
tt i. ' u n j i n t
Household Goods at a Sacrifice!
Table Liiu n, Napkins,
White & Colored lledsprcads,
Sheetings & Cottons.
S3r Two Days Only!
The place is on Fort street,
TSJL. S. LEVY,,
3 Call and Got Prioes and Examine Goods "Xi&l
Face and lips,
Superb Just Afier Shaving.
Mr A. S. Hinih.
VearMr: I think It mv dutv
wonderful Hojiky ami Almond
It. mv hands would crack onoti.
cioe mem wiiuoui maicinc mem ihccu, an i mv uco was rotigii
and chapiilni; 1 have had ono bolilx, and in handn mid face aro
entirety cured, and I think It my duty to praise this uomUirfit! io-
Recommended by Ladies Everywhere
FOR SALE BY
HOBRON DliUCI CO.,
THERE'S ALMOST AS MUCH
To the Proper Fit of the Frame
as to the Glass Itself . . .
You'd got but poor
Glass, if tho fntmo
you liko " Baxtor
wall." Glussos fitted
Notico how nicoly
thoy look. Suroly
dotract from your
E3J For a Propor Fit in both Glasses and Framo, consult always
Tho Reliable Optician.
Heady-made Pillow Case,
Toweling, Etc , Etc.
Don't Forget the Dates!
and th-j man's name is
a Toilet Requisite.
Hl'lHox. N. H.. IVb. 21. 1S!)0.
to wrltt mi in retard to vour
Uri - au. Wb n I coiiinioi'ccd using
and wero ho h.id lint I could not
iMUS -HA11V V. JUIU.NT.
results from tho best
holding thorn fitted
street's paper on tho
by us look liko this,
thoy sit. How woll
such Glasses do not
appearance . . .
If 'A mM&SXL
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