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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 10. 1895.
Hn'ilera of wnlcr privilege?, of tlics
pitying vft'r rate?, nro liTcby noticed
tlint tlw lnuira lof irfUnt'tm j urpoffs no
from 7 toSoMook a. m nnl fi tn tl o clock
Fiiiwrlittenlrtit ol Water Worls.
J. A. Kimi,
Mtnlstt-rof ilio Interior.
Hnolnl ), Mnr.-li 1.', t tn. '2-Mf
tlu ruu'Ui Ji Uutin.
THE LATE MB. PEThRSON.
Plattwt to ntithrr S?ct nr Iirty,
Put lUUihlhhnl f-ir the llnifil oAU.
WEDNESDAY, Al'ltIL 10, 1893.
TIhto can lw no iloubl of tlio ro
nponso Honolulu will-niako to Cap
tain Couran' uiT-rt to raiso money
for nutting tlio Ieir baud uuw
inst riituont a.
According to u foroiK" )xcliatipi,
iu tho tniilrile of )nt month tlio Ilri
tinh Coloij'ial Ollii'o and Treasury
worn coiididotiuu James 12. Hud-
la,lV proj.t for tho now Canadian KZSiK
Pacific Ftcainnlnp lino to Australia to ij,;Con,0 Unsalud iu forensic
and woro to pro a dcu'Hion soon.
Ills Funeral Though Prlvnto Drow
n Largo Attendance).
A Urn relatives of tho lato Arthur
P. IVtcrocn dcxirfil that tho funeral
Miould bi private, it was li"ll within
n few hours after tlio arrival of tho
body from San FriiiriiM by the
steniinr AiMtral a. N twit list n nil inir
this fact word quickly pit abroad of
tho hour and n WttM uiimlinr of
friends and" Minp-Uhizcrs of tlio
lameuti'd lawyer, including n nnv na
tiws, gathered at tho reid"iu'o of
the lato Mr. IVteMoiiV ti.irvntx, .Mr.
and Mrs. D. P. Pi temon, Kinnia
street, and follovwd tlio rmnalua to
' tle'ir lat roMing plocu.
1 Services wero conducted by RfV.
! D niirlm P. Itirnic, pulor of Central
Uui'Ui Clnireh. Tho pall-beareis
wero chu'lly tiieinberH of tho family
of tin deceased. Them were :i
1 rrtcat many llnral tribute hrouirht
by friend. At Xuuatiu v niMtery
tin National bind was met a coin
i pleto HiirpriAe to the family and
placed solemn airs as tho luidy whs
brought iu and lowered into the
1 Tlio body had been embalmed iu
San Franci'co, and friends wore por-
, milted, both at tho undertaker's
I store aud at tho house, to view tho
familiar features of tho departed.
' The face was remarkably natural in
UIS- I Th nlinfnt-c mi Hnttfii! din
course. ,, , . ,
Privato advices from Sin Fran- are USIIll! tllCSC dlfteient miDle-
ciscoinnicaioiuat ine oeain oi air. ,. ora .a cnf.'cfia
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 Nccker 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?
FOR FPU It HAYS ONLY
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
April IO tli, lltli, l3tla a-oacl 13t3a
Household Goods at a Sacrifice I
Peterou has iu that city
a profound impression.
To Walanae on July Fourth
Anionic other rcaudala disclosed
by tho experts examining tiro books
of tho old whisky trust at Peoria,
Illinois, was that of a single item of
SiiMOOO nnid nut. fur ''eitrnnrdiunrv
i 1 iuucn,nui It is expected by tho Oahu Rail
ontry there was no extraordinary ! , ,ia ,, (o f.. XPI.r.on
litigation in hand. Tho burning of ( train to Waiauao ou tho Fourth of
Independent distilleries aud tho at-1 July.
tempt to blow up one wero among I !
tho business methods of this band
Iu this issue will be found a com-1
pleto abstract of tho British ultima
turn to Nicaragua, prepared ex- i
prossly for the roadors of the Bl'lle- J
tin. While it is hopefully autici-'
pated that tho cloud botweeu Great
Britain aud tho United Slates will
be reported by an early mail to have
blown over, yut during its impend-1
iug the pubiiu will dt-siro to have
accurate information of both tho '
immediate as well as tho remoter,
causes of tho trouble. Owing to its
peculiar relations to tho United j
States, as well as its friendly inter
course with Great Britain, tho Re-1
publio of Hawaii cannot but bo pro
foundly interested iu any serious
dillictilty hxtween those nations.
Elsewhoio will bn found an amus
ing account of how a New Yoik
opposition paper unwittingly paid
a hiuh compliment to tho Adminis
tration's foreign policy. Tho inci
dent in a needed lesson to people
hero who have beon led to believe
that President Cleveland nnd Secre
tary GrcHbam are utterly discredited
by friends aud foes alike. It is a '
useful supplement to tho facts iu- i
creasing with every fresh mail ar-1
rival, showing that President Chive-1
land's foreign n well ns domestic '
policy has been on tho wholo calcu-1
lated to servo the interests of tho
wholo pooplo. The ft-ii.il legislation ,
nf tho I) iinocratiii Cougtcss has
mvod forty-fivo million dollars to !
tho people. Trade and commerce
under tho A lUou bill, mangled as it
was by the agents of a huiidrt-d cou-1
flicling interesl-i, have grently in- J
cieased, as authuutio information
latoly published iu this paper show-,
ed. Tho President's currency policy,
also, appears to meet with grateful I
commendation of tho busiuem com-!
munity without regard to party, as '
witness Iho proffer of a publio rocop-1
lion tu the President and .Mrs. Cluve-'
land by leading citizons of Chicago.
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People ft ho Write
1 air. mpnfc nr urfll ;ntifipH with
produceu """' ""; --
tnem ana are wining 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 orominent
F t manatrers should be convinc
ing proof of their superiority:
on typewriters mnrvol
that IntHy buHiiieH.s men
Btili cliii"; to tho pen pro
ceH. Tlio busitiisi mnn
Uhiiiif u typewriter would
not volutitjuily retina to
the old me thud, Iicchupo
he can turn off more
work, of a better quality,
aud with less ci't'ort on
Tbe M Wtin Never
Ustd a TyiJiwriter
believes the task of 'n tru
ing to wiito a difiicult
and hopelcfis one. Try.
Others have learned ; you
can. Your first attempt
will probably reveal the
fact tint 3011 do faster
work with tho pen.
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y our next t'ial will rifr
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Btinclivdy. it becomes
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fulness and beneJlt of u
CHOICE OF A
Looks Email to Mfpublican Eyes.
Ono of our esteemed contempor
aries thinks it a very small matter
that tho appropriations of tho Jato
cougrcss fell below thoi of the
IWd billion congress about $10,000.
000. Desnfco not tho day of Hindi
things. Forty-five millions of dol
lars is a comfortable sum of money,
oven for a wealthy people like tlune
of tio United States, liepubbcan
taxation and profligate cxpouditun
liavo ni;cutoiuod the pooplo to big
figures. Wo are not struok with any
groat admiration for tho late con
gress, but even tho gentleman iu
black should havo his dues. 2'ittn
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your writing luippiiuss.
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desiring a machine, that
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Let mo hhow you a
T. W. H0BR0N, Ageat.
O.NOMEA SCOAR CoUFANT,
Papaikoc, Hawaii. Feb. 25, 1895.J
Mr. Joun A.Scott, Waiuaku, Hawaii.
Dear Sm. The Ouomea Sugar
Comtiauy ha now iu use threo of
the Stubble Diggers.
I think these machines are indis
pensable for tho proper cultivation
Wo have nover had an implement
that would so thoroughly loosen tho
earth around tho stools, and put tho
soil iu such couditiou that tho air,
moisture aud fertilizer would so
readily find acces to tho fine roots
of tho cauo and tho soil around
I am glad to testify to tho merits
of theso tools. The Sugar Land
Disc Cultivators arrived too late for
much use in the cultivation of tho
: lait young plant aud rattoous, but
I believe they will prove to bo verv
useful and labor-saving implements
iu districts where cane is raised
Wm. W. Goodale,
Manager Onomea Sugar Company.
BOOMS AND BOARD.
IOOM8 AND HOAUI)
IX for it few perrons cbii lie
mill at iiflniwui, on tliu vnl
W. B. DAKTLKrT,
HuTcniNSON Plantation Company,)
March 1st, 1695. )
E. II. Hendrt, Esq , Hawaiian Hard
Deaii Sm: In auswer to your let
ter inquiring abut tho Avory Stub
bio DiL'L'er and Fertilizer Distribu-
' tor, would say that tho fact that
I we liavo just roceivod tho second
, Stubble Digger speaks for itself.
Wo have dug over four hundred
ncroK of jattoon stooh) and consider
it will b a great benefit.
Tho Fertilizer Distributor is a
good thing and has eu'ectod a mate
rial saving of labor iu tho applica
tion of Fertilizer and appliuh it bet
ter th.ui can bo done by baud.
These mtiehiuos aro very timple
and well constructed and uo have
had no trouble with tho working of
them nnd wo consldor them ono of
the most useful labor caving ma
chines that can be used on planta
tion. Youir Truly.
G. C. Hewitt,
Manager II. S. P. Co.
Hakalau, Hawah, )
February 10, 1895.)
Mn. E. R. TlENDitT, President and
Manager Hawaiian Hardware
Compauy, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo use tho Avery Stubblo Digger,
Fertilizer Distributor and Cauo
Cultivator. They sato labor and do
tho work claimed for them. Tlio
Stubble Ditfljcr 1 consider a parti
cularly good implement.
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