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THE DAT1.Y BUILKT1N, APRIL 0 1895.
Holders of wulor privileges, or thosr
paying wnttr rates, nro hereby notified
that the hours for Irritation ynrposcsarc
from 7 toHo'ilouk a.m. and 6 toil o'clock
p. m. ANDHKW IJKOWN,
PtincrltUendrnt of W'ntcr Works.
J. A. KtNu,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, March VI, 1'fij. 12-S-tf
T1k S'Uhi i Ulrtin. '
l'lnlycd to wither .SVcf nor P-irly,
Hut Ktlablished fr the llentfit a A 11.
SATURDAY, Al'KJL 0, 1895.
An artiolo from tliu Chicago '
Times-Herald about Miufotor Tlutrn
tou, ruprinlod in this papor, rovcala
an impatience over tho Hawaiian
question which is undoubtedly folt '
by a largo proportion of tho United
Status pooplo. The growth of thin
fueling might have len prevented
largely, if not altogether, wcro it not
for tho injudicious tacking of tho
annexation cause to thy coat tails of
tho Kepublienn party. Whatever
cIfo delays annexation this just men- ,
tioucd will not hare boen tho least
Women vote in Kansas at munici
pal, but not genoral elections. Last
year the. woman &uiIrago amendment
was overwhelmingly dofeated by tho
voters of the State. This year thoro
is a larger registration of women in
the larger cities for the municipal
elections than for several years past.
The political women aro all turning
out without regard to politics, deter
mined to have satisfaction for the
defeat of woman suffrage last year.
It is said they will support candi
dates who favored the ameudmont
against thoso who opposed it, with
out any regard to their respective
position in other matters of politics.
Such Kurcasouablo conduct will not
bo likely to advance the cause of
STATE OF THE OEL.L.
Thoro appeared in tho Advertiser
a report headed, "Cells Dry ond
Comfortable," contradicting a prev
iously published statement that tho
damp cell iu which ho was confined,
while a political prisoner, had con
tributed to the death of Arthur P
Peterson. A. V. Gear, iu a letter to
tho bain" papor, contradicting tho
denial referred to, says:
Tho cell at the Statiou House in
which the late A. P. Peterson "pass
od the time duriughH confinement,"
is ouu of the poorest at the Station
House. It is tho one in which former
ollicinls have been accustomed to
pui tho low druuka brpught iu from
tho btreotH. I furnished Mr. Peter
son with readiup matter during his
confinement, but when he was ro-'
moved to the Statiou Hoiue he told
in i) that there was no use iu tending
him any more books or paper, as
the cell in which he was confined
was loo dark, and that hu could not
km to read. On the morning of the
day of his release ho was so weak
that he could hardly stand, and was
under medical care until his de
parture. I dislike very much appearing in
publio print, but your reporter's
statement of this morning seoniod to
call for an answer; for while tho coll
might have appeared to your re
porter "roomy, well aired, ond scru
pulously clean" Uh condition and
dampness am well known by thoso ac
quainted with the Station House
and tho cell's location.
One who was iu the bost position
to know about tho matter informs
tho Bulletin that tho cell iu which
Peterson was con li nod was not mere
ly dark and damp but dirty, so muoh
bo that an appoal was made to Cap
tain Parker for chloride of lime as a
deodorizer. This being grautod the
prisoners wore enabled to eat their
food without gagging at tho pervad
ing odors. Why prisouers who wore
not regarded by the authorities as
culpable euough to bo brought to
trial should be put into an under
ground cell is something that should
bo explained now that tho excite
mont has all passed. In tho same
cell with Mr. Peterson was a United
States veteran, a member of the
Grand Army of tho llopublic, who
refused to engage to leavo tho coun
try as a condition for releas", but
who was released all tho saino with
out being brought to trial.
HAWAII BASEBALL LEAGUE.
An Application' from the Kamoha
msha Alutnnl to Join.
The Hawaii B-Heball Lvaguo mot
in the oflloo of W. F. Allen at noon
to-day for tho purport) of receiving
aud'eonsideriug an application from
the Kaniohamelia A'utnui for per
mission to play during this coining
season. There were present: Presi
dent Allen, Soert-taty Spencer, Har
ry Wilder, of the Stars; Ocorpe
Clark, Unknowns: J. Wnter and J.
A. Thompson. Athletics, ami F.
Beoklev and 1. l'ahau, represent
atives from the Ktiuehatueha Alum
ni. After some discussion it was
decided to postpone consideration
of the application until next Wed
nesdav at 12:30 o'clock, in order to
give Thompson opportunity to con
fer with the Athletic Club. It ap
pears four men whoso names appear
on the Alumni lit of playr, W.
Aliia, 13. Lemon, C. Ka.tnoi and Sam
Mahuka, had consented to play with
tho Athletics, but backed out, ut the
last moment. Captain Thompson
will now have to pick out Rome mv
The Daily Bulletin, 60 cents wr
month, ilftivf'il 01 nrrir.
People Who Write
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Let mo hhow you a
t vi wnnpnw inant
A, ii. wwttwu, upuui. .1
jhz r ; -T- t-7 s'--r--g--3---
Beach House To Let I
A FURNISHED HOUSE
Is to lttt or lease nt
Walklkl liench, u few min
utes' wane from tne tram- wuhVj
car. It hits Cook ltoiuu, Hath lionsn and
Good Bea llnthlnir. Household Utennih
and Dishes nro all complete. Itooins may
bo let with bathing privileges, It thewholu
premises are not taken.
Hnvltig routed all tho other houses on
my list, I am ready to take any Ittrllier
orders In that line,
Inqulroof DAVID DAYTON,
1277-tf i'l M-rchsnt street.
J you are out of Bill HeaiU, Letter
Heads, elo., vie can tij)j)i them.
March ti, 1S95.
Is ' Hawaii to be without a
cable through the action of the
United State Congress, orVill
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 ditjeient 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 plan-ta-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.NOJ1EA SCOAR CoUPANt,
Papaikou, Hawaii, Fob. 25, 1895.J
Mn. John A. Scott, Wainaku, Hawaii.
Deaii Sm: Tho Onomea Sugar
Company has now in use three of
tho Stubble Diggers.
I think those machines aro indis
pensable for tho proper cultivation
Wo have uover had an implement
that would so thoroughly loosen tho
earth around the stools, aud put the
soil iu such condition that the air,
moisture and fertilizer would so
readily find access to tho fine roots
of the .cauo and the soil arouud
I am glad to testify to tho merits
of these tools. The Sugar Land
Disc Cultivators arrived too late for
much use iu the cultivation of tho
last young plant aud rattoons, but I
boliovo they will prove to be vory
useful and labor-saving implements
in districts where cane is raised
Wm. W. Good ale,
Manager Onomea Sugar Company.
Hutchinson Plantation Company,
March 1st, 1895. i
E. II. Hendry, Esq., Hawaiiau Hard
Dear Sir: In answer to your let
ter inquiring about the Avery Stub
ble Diggor aud Fertilizer Distribu
tor, I would say that tho fact that
wo havo just roceivod tho second
Stubble Diggor speaks, for itself.
Wo havo dug ovor four hundred
acres of raltoon stooU aud consider
it will bo a great benefit.
Tho Fortilizor Distributor is a
good thiug anil has effected a mate
rial saving of labor iu tho applica
tion of Fertilizer aud applies it bet
tor than cau bo douo by haud.
These machinos aro very simple
aud well constructed and we havo
had no trouble with tho working of
them aud wo consider them one of
tho most useful labor savin" ma
chines that can bo usod on planta
tion. Yours Truly,
G. 0. Hewitt,
Manager H. S. P. Co.
February 16, 1895,$
Mr. E. It, Hendrt, President and
Mauager Hawaiian Hardware
Company, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo uso tho Avery Stubblo Diggor,
Fortilizor Distributor and (Jane
Cultivator, Thoy savo labor aud do
tho work claimod for them. The
Stubble Digger I consider a parti
cularly good implement.
Mauager Hakalau Plantation Co.
Tie Hawaiian Hirdnrt fe. Lti
FOR TWO DAYS ONLY
Saturday and MoncUy,
A.-pril Qtli and Sill
Household Goods at a Sacrifice I
Table Linen, Napkins,
White & Colored Heddpreads,
Sheetings & Cottons,
KS-Tvo. Days Only I Don't Forget, tho Dates I
IMC S. LEVY, .
HiST" Call and Got Prices and Examine Goods 8$i
BEST FOR '
FACE AND LIPS,
Superb Just Afier Shaving.
Mn A. S. Hinds,
VtarSir: I think It my duty to wrltH you In regard to your
wonderful Homily ami Ai.moxd Criax. W'h'n I coiiimei.ceri uslm
it, my hand!) would crack inm, anil wore so bud tlmt I could not
cloto them without limklnu' tflcin bleed, and in v (dco was rough
and chnjiplne "I havo had one boule, and iu; hand!) and (ace are
entirely cured, and I think It my duty to jiralso this wonderful re-
FOR SALE MY:.
THERE'S ALMOST AS MUCH
To the Proper Fit of the Frame
as to the Glass Itself . . .
You'd get but poor
Glass, if tho fraino
you likb " Baxter
wall." Glasses fitted
Notico how nicely
thoy look. Surely
dotract from your
rES?" For a Proper Fit in both
H. F. 'WIOH.A.lSr,
The Reliable Optician. -
Ready-made Pillow Case,
Toweling, Etc , Etc.
a Toilet Requisite.
JIudxos. N. 11.. Feb. 2. 1800.
juih jiary u. uurant.
results from tho best
holding them fitted
strool's papor on tho
by us look like this,
tkoy sit. How well
such Glasses do not
. appearance . . .
Glasses and Fraino, consult always