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THE DATt.Y nUI.LF.TIN, APRIL 8. 1395.
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Holders of water privilege, or ttifs
paying water rn'es, nro hereby notified
tlint tliu hour for Irrigation purposes titc
from 7 to S oMock a. t and 5 to 0 o clock
r. m. ANDKKW HKOWN,
Hti)crlntenil-iit ol Wtiter WurK.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of tlio lit'crlor.
Honolulu, Mnroh l- 1 9 t2Mt
To Aid Prisoner's Vamilles i
Following is I ho committee) in ,
charge f wnekly subscriptions iu ,
aid of llio famili-i of political pri-,
oners. Any of th'i tnrnibors will ro
i"ivc .ub'fHuti'iti: W. V. Reynolds, ,
Fort at rent; J. K. Kaulifi,(iocrutnry),
corner Nuuaiiu ami Qttncn street;
Enoch Johnson, Kaahi.maun ptict;
V. J. Tcla, King fltu-cl. Abraham
Fernandez istrca tir'rof tho iiutuiro
jimely jopiej j Bargains' Bargains!
)y Jhh. ". 3Iorr;an.
0":u -0::' ' ihltn. ' AU0TI0X S'VI'B 01''
,., Snrplus Stores!
I'lctliictl to iif Hhrr Stcl nor
liut Kitablhhtd far A' llewfll vAll.
On WJ4DNUSDA Y, April 10
AT ID O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tin I'nollU Mall Whrrf, I will h-II nt
lnl lit Alli'tlon, Hnrplui Stores ex
i is . "iirmiiin'i", cuinjiriniw
Ileportod Conditions of l'oaco Under , ,v - - , n
on Armlstico. I Burrtiltt 01 Sllt JDei'I
MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1805.
THE OMENTAL WA.K.
All nruiMico ha Ihoii declared '
between China and Japan to give
an opportunity for tho poaco nego
tiations. It is reported Hint tho condition
of peace are Hint (Jhina shall pay
lOO.UOO.Ol.O'yeu iudcujuity and cede '
Formosa and southern Manchuria,
Japan hnlditiir utiaranteos pending
tho pa iiiiiL of tho indemnity ami
settlement of tho boundaries.
Tho 'I linos correspondent in Pck-,
jug pays that the Government ha
issuod order in accordance with tho
conditions of tho armistice, ami that '
tho prospects of praeo nro moro
favorable now that the Mikado has
shown a friendly disposition toward
A disjutoli from Simonoscki states
tlml Li Hung Chang hna sufficiently ,
recovered to attend to biibinoss
Thousand. of Chinese troops are
arriving at Naukin for tho defense
of tho southern ports of the Yang-tso-khnig.
. Tho .Japanese forces iu Kiangsu
are capturing tho towns to the north
of Grand cauil.
Tito Journal des Ucbats says that
tho China Japan armistice is duo to
tho exhaustion of Japauese inouo- ,
tary resources and tho injury done
to nor trade h'uipo tho beginning of
It hi said at the Japanese Lega
Hon in Washington that tho vouug
JapiuiPFo who uliot Li Hung Chang
will probably bo sent Iq the mine
iu Northern Japin to sorro lii - life
sentence. Tho locality is much like ,
Siberia. Tho trial is understood to
have been a civil ouo. as a militari
trial would have resulted in death.
TakaLashi, LL. U., lectured in
good English on the war, in Chick
oriiig hall, Now York, eho'ving 100
lantern views. The lecturer charac
terized the etorios of tho slaughter
of Chiuoo women and children by i
the Japanese after I hoy had outerou
Fort Arthur as false.
Walter G. Smith, in a letter to
the Chronicle from Yokohama, de
clares tho accounts by Croolman '
and Villiers of atrooitios at l'ort ,
Arthur to havo been false. Ho says .
they v ore concocted to ' projudico '
Hie new treaties with Japan. A
Jupin-o boldior was made to poso '
for a photograph, as attacking a
prostrate foo with a bayonet, to I I
O ceil ftinl l!tnt"d Cnllef,
IUrrf Vlna', jiiftir.
Hard jlio .u, I'.ko. I. v.- Oil,
2 IRON LIPB BOATS
With Sal's and Onm;
I.iuntier, luinnnRO, K'.c, ll'.c.
Borvo llio purpose of Yillinrc
People ft ho Write
on lypowriicrs marvel
that busy . business men
still eliny to the pen pro
cos. The bu-iiius-i man
rn'mu; a typewriter would
not voluntary letum to
the oM methotl, beeittue
he can turn off more
work', of a better quality,
and with le-s ffort on
Tab M.m Wh-i Nevnr
Usrd a Typtwrner
believes thf task of learn
ing to w ite a dilli -ult
and hopele s one. t ry.
Others have learned ; you
can. Your firs' attempt
viill probably reveal the
fact that 3'ou do faster
work wilh th" jien.
That's quite natural ;
you are just learning.
Vour next trial will sur
prise you. Your lingers
go fo the right keys in
stinctively. ' It becomes
eabier and you will then
begin to r alizo the use-'
fulness and benefit of a
CHOICE OF A TYPEWRITER
will cither make oi mar
your writing happimss.
For tho business man
desiring a machine, that
combines speed, durabi
lity, does perfect work,
and lastly, has tho easiest
keyboard to learn, buy
St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Tho sorvicos of St. Andrew's
Cathedral, during tho preeout week I
and on Ea-tter Day, will be as fol- .
MYmday, Tuesday, AVoduosday aud '
Thursday-0:30 a. m., Holy Com
muniou; 9:00. Moruiug Prayer 7:00 ,
p. m., Pule Ahialii.
WetJnosuay 7:UU p. m , Evening
Pr.ayer aud Order of Confirmation.
Good Friday 6:30, Auto Com
munion; 11:00, Morning Prayer and
Sermon; 8:30, Pulo Ahiahi; 7:80,
Evening Prayor aud Sermon.
Eister Even 0:30, Auto Com
inuuion; 9:00, Moruiug Prayer; 7:00,
Easter Day G:30. Holy Com
munion (Choral); 11:00. Morning
Prayer and Sermon, followed by
Holy Communion; 8:30, Pulo Ahi- I
am, I ou, veuiuK x-ruyor uuu our
mou. Bishop Buys a Railroad.
Charles R. Bishop, vice-president
of tho Dank of California, lately
bought, at commissioner's sale iu
Rau Fraucisco, tho property of the
Piedmont Consolidated Cablo Com
pany for $82,000. Mr. Bishop was
the onlr bidder. The road was sold
to satisfy a judgment for $1,050.- AU to let or h-uso at
197.83, including, some damages iXSSliiftTSL'&t&rtSlS:
agaiusi mo roau to oe paiu, mo ueu
cienoy lofi unpaid by tho purchase
price will bo about $1,000,000. It is
thought the stockholders may havo
to pay this amount. Tho road was
both built and operated iu a waste
ful mam er, aid ovory stock and
bond holder iu it lost money.
This typewriter stands at
the head. It has all the
Lot mo show you a
New Cali graph.
T W TmnRflN Anant
FT T T. ? g -T--y-J-- T -TA
March it, tStf.
Is Hawaii lo be without a
cable through the action of the
United Stale 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.
I Iawaii 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 hnple
1 ments would refuse to send
them to this country would it
be considered a square deal ?
The planters on Hawaii who
, are using these diflfeient 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 Scoar Company,
Papaikou, Hawaii, Fob. 23, 1895.)
Mr. Jons A.Scott, Wainaku, Hawaii.
Dear Sir. Tho Ouomoa Sugar
Company ha uow iu uso throe of
tho Stubble Diggers.
I think thoio machines are indis
pensable for tho proper cultivation
I of rattoons.
Wo havo never had au implement
that would so thoroughly loosen tho
earth around tho stools, and put tho
soil iu Mich condition that tho air,
moisture aud fertilizer would so
readily find access to tho fine roots
of the cano aud the soil arouud
I am glad to testify to the merits
of these tools. The Sugar Land
Disc Cultivators arrived too lato for
much use iu tho cultivation of tho
last young plant aud rattoons, but I
believe they will prove to be very
useful and labor-saving implements
iu districts win ro cane is raised
t without irrigation.
Wm. W. Goodale,
Manager Onomea Sugar Company.
Hutchinson Plantation Company,
March 1st, 1895.
i E. It. Hendry, Esq., Hawaiian Hard
I DeaiiSir: In answer to yourlet
! ter iurpdring about tho Avery Stub
ble Digger and Fertilizer Distribu
tor, 1 would say that tho fact that
wo havo just received tho second
Stubble Digger speaks., for itself.
Wo havo dug ovor four hundred
acres of rattoon stools and consider
it will bo a great benefit.
Tho Fortilizor Distributor is a
good thing and has effected a mate
rial saviug of labor iu tho applica
tion of Fertilizer aud applies it bet
ter than can bo done by hand.
These maehiuos aro very simple
and well constructed and we have
bad no troublo with the working of
them and wo consider thorn one of
tho most useful labor saving ma
chines that can bo used on planta
tion. Yours Truly,
Manager H. S. P. Co.
FOR TWO DAYS ONLY
Saturday and Monday,
-A.-pril jStli and. St 3a
Household Goods at a 'Sacrifice I
Table L'uun, Napkins,
"White Ss Colored Bedspreads,
Sheetings fc Cottons.
Ready-made Pillow Case,
Toweling, Etc., Etc.
3T5r Two Days Only! Don't Forget the Dates!
E Call and Get Prices and Exnmlne Goods "ia
Most women "feel the need
of something that will tone up
the system and put new life in
to a tired body stop that con
stant headache and feeling of
nervousness. k almost every
case the doctor will prescribe
iron in some form, but iron is
hard to take, discolors the
teeth (no oiiian ikes that)
and inducus constipation and
other ill-effects. However,
there. is one iron medicine
only one known as
which h cany to take, palata
ble and pleasant, k is harm
less and the most reliable iron
medicine known. A bottle of
this famous remedy will .ork
wonders. It will fill out those
thin cheeks, put energy into
you, give you a new lease of
life and xoorit stain lie lecth.
Thousands of testimonials
prove these statements. The
dose is small and the benefit
great. Its good for all the
family. Try it.
There arc many frau
dulent ulutituU'i tu
lien voided. '1 Iickch
uliiu Im tun crnvscd
red lines mi wrapper.
But Oct the
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
Beach House Tu Let I
A KUUNISUUI) UOUBK
car. It lias Uook iionso, Until House mm
Good Sea Ilutlitnc. Household. Utensils
mid DUlies aro all complete. Hnoms may
he let with bathing privileges, 'U tho wholo
iiromlxcs aro not tukeii,
11 it i'ltf rented all the other Iiuiuod on
my list, I mil ready to tiiko liny further
orders In that line,
Imiulreof DAVID DA.YTON,
1 277-1 1 4.2 Merchant street.
IIakalau, Hawaii, I
February 16, 1895.J
Mr. E. It. IlEsonv, President and
Manager Hawaiian Hardware
Company, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo uso tho Avory Stubblo Digger,
Fertilizer Distributor and Cane
Cultivator. They eavo labor and do
tho work claimed for thorn. The
Stubblo Digger I cousidor a parti
cularly good implement.
Manager IIakalau Plantation Co.
THERE'S ALMOST AS MUCH
To the Proper Fit of the Frame
as to the Glass ItEoH . . .
You'd got but poor
Glass, if tho framo
you like " isaxtor
wall." Glasses fitted
Notico how nicoly
thoy look. Suroly
uotrnct irom your
Tie Hawaiian Dirdw&n to. Ltl
results from tho best
holding thorn fitted
streot's paper on tho
a by us look like this.
thoy sit. How woll
such Glasses do not
appearance. . . .
32?" For a Proper Fit in both Glasses and Framo, consult always
H. F -wioKiausr,
The Reliable Optician.