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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 12. 1895.
0ln ti) tho (1 ouijlil nml scarcity rf
wale, tlic rsiil"''t' xU)ve J-ulil xim-tniiil
on tliu fldi rf lii vliliow1 H II ith ic
tjii tfl t(i cl't1 wliut wii it tiiry unf !
ruiilre for li iirclinlil .tpofiM I vtvsiun
tbu In u rs of ft mill 10 o'clock a m.
8iiH!r1iitcmlu!it Honolulu Wnter Works.
JI.u.o.u u, A.-. II, IS'X. 13H If
Holders of wnlcr jirlvlppi, o' t'ms
imylni; w'i r r.i os, n'i Ipn-liy wll'tail
tliMt ill- hours lor ir.-'.ntUm i tirpo'Ci are
from 7 loNnMook a M (I'M f to H o c oc:k
r. m. AJCDUhW lleioU'N,
Hiiperlntuti lint of Water Worts.
J. A. Kimi,
M'tilnti-rof tlio In'rrlor.
Il-nnlnl t, Mnr.li I'.', I IU. l'J.tf
u'hr tiMim -. lUviin.
J'UtJjieil to nrithrr Srct ior lnty,
Hut hUtiihlishrd fur tl llenrflt of All.
FlllDAY, APRIL l'., 1893.
CitinUn lias a tatos right-religious
question on her linuil?, which is so
complicated in itn bearing on parly i
politics that the outcome will bo ex
ooodinly iiitureMintf. I
According to au article copied
from a prominent English paper,
Great Britain sees in Japan a giant
piiddonly developed from a child.
UulohS, intoxicated with her sud
den greatness, Japan strain Lor
strength, she will henceforth bo no
feeble factor in any problem of tho
FaciGo as well a of Aia.
Perhaps after tho snub the Judi
ciary hai given tho Executive, in the
mattor of loyalty of omployeer, tho
constitutional principle of separa
tion betuven those two grand divi
sions of Hid government will stand
upon a sicurer footing thin bo for.), i
Tho Executive may suffor f r want :
of uunlliuial counsel from the Judi-;
ciary in consequence, but the de
privation will bo recompensed by a
clearer definition of tho boundary
lino. It is to bo expected that the
public will rejoico over this iudica-,
lion that, henceforth tho air of tho
templo of justice will not bo improg- j
Dated with the dust of politics. !
WATGHtNO JOtt AKMB,
Mysterious Fxpodltlonn of tu Pollen I
by Sou mid Land.
Tho policouho left on Tuesday
nielli, in bonis wont to IVnrl Oily
and then to Waiaiiae. On Wednes
day owning I ho Mjuad spout tho
niulit on shoro. 'I hey uero fully
S"Vi'ral tht'oriea have bown ad-,
vanced as (o tho object of tho ex-1
' pedition, but. tho most prjb.illn is
tho report that n schooner was ex
pected to land ji'iii on roiiim pari of
tins Maud. Tho schooner Walilburg
lauded arms for the recent rebellion
it tho Diamond Head side of tho
Maud, and it was thntiuht ptobible
that the same locality would not bo
used a second timo as a landing
place. Hence tlu exnediMnu to
Waianno and vicinity. Specials loft
thoeity on Wednesday night for,
Waiauae, but the two nartim iliil
not. meet. Although tuvernl of the
ollicors wcm seen the only answer
that could bo adduced was, 'no
vhr." UNKNOWN MEETING.
( It Decides to Play Ball and Gats
Tho Unknown baseball club mot
yestnrday evening at, tho Y. M. C. A.
i 't was decided lliat tho elub would
1 play in tho coming season. George
Clark resigned as captiin and James
Thompson of tho defunct Athletics
was elected in his place. In addition
to Thompson the club was strength
ened by tho admission of Tom Pryco
and Chris Willis. Tho battery of
tho Unknowns for the coming sea
son will be George Woods, pitchor,
and Tom Pryce, catcher. The Un
knowns will go into steady practice
on Monday afternoon. To-morrow
afternoon thev will L'ive the Phila
delphia a game on the Loaguo
OOXSCiXrED KOK TBIA.I..
Manslaughter tor Killing His Father-iu-trnw.
Albert ITermanson, the mau who
is supA)od to havo caused the death
of au elderly native uear tho corner
of South and Queen streets, was
committed for trial to the Circuit
Court yesterday by Judge IVrry. '
It will bo remomhored Hormauson
had a quarrel with his wiff, who was ,
th daughter of the old native. Tho '
father jumped iu and tried to separ-1
ato tho couple, when Herniation ,
gave him a pnh. Tho old mau foil
ou the ground and expired. Her-'
tnauson was arrested for mau-1
Timely Xopie5 j Bargains! Bargains!
FOR-pOUR, PAYS ONLY
Wednesday, "Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
April lOth, lltli, ltli and 13tla
Household Goods at a Sacrifice!
MR ASEU'OltD'd CASE.
V. V. Asliford has been pardoned
ou condition that ho leave the coun
try nover to return. Tho reason is
that if kept in prison ho would soon
die from maladi's contracted before
his committal. In the opinion of
impartial minds tho Military Com
minsion couvicted Mr. Ashford on
tostimouy that would not be given
n moment's respout by a jury. It is
& pity that justice is not given as a
ground of his release as well as
humanity. Whatever ho may have
had to do with former plots has
nothing to do with tho lato upris
ing. Many of his accusers and
judges were his dutiful followers in
the plot that started tho revolu
tionary ora in Hawaii, Besides, in
all the intervening movements in
which he is believed to havo had a
hand, his avowed motive was to pro
mote tho cardinal policy of 1893
annexation of Hawaii to tho United
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
In tho Spring
March u, 1895.
Is Hawaii to be without a '
cable through the action of the 1
United Slate Congress, or will t
the people here awake from j
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 peed of a j
cable as any place on the globe '
ana oiner governments neea
the cable to Hawaii as much as
we do. Why (hen 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 the Islands that will
not use them. The following
letters from such prominent
managers should be convinc
ing proof of their superiority:
O.nome a ScoAtt Company,
Pataikou, Hawaii. Feb. 25, 1895.)
Mr. John A.Scott, Wainaku, Hawaii.
Dear Sia- Tho Oootnoa Sugar
Company has now iu use three of
tho Stubble Diggers.
I think these machines are indis
pensable for tho proper cultivation
Wo have never had an implement
that would m thoroughly Ioosn tho
earth around the stools, and put tho
sod iu such condition that tho air,
moisture and fertilizer would so
readily find access to tho fine roots
of the cano aud tho soil around
1 am glad to testify to tho merits
of these tools. The Sugar Land
Disc Cultivators arrived too lato for
much use in the cultivation of the
last young plant and rattoons, but 1
believo tlioy will prove to be vory
useful and labor-saving implements
in districts where cano is raised
Yours I ruly,
"Wm. W. Goodali,
Manager Onoinea Sugar Company.
Tabic Linen, Niipkins,
"White & Colored Bednprends,
Shcctingr & Cottons.
Rendy-nindo Pillow Case,
Toweling, Ktc., Etc.
Noarly ererybod v needs a good medi
cine. The impurities which havo
accumulated iu tho blood duriug the
cold months must be expelled, or
when tho mild days come, aud tho
effret of bracing air is lost, tho body
is liable to be overcome by debility
or Fomo serious disease The re
markable success achioved by Hood's
Sarsaparilln, and tho many words of
praise it has received, inak it worthy
your confidence. Wo nsdc you to
give this mediuiue n trial. Wo are
Hire it will do you good, Read tho
testimonial published in behalf of
'JTood'ri Sar.apanlln, all from relia
ble, grateful people. They tell tho
United Carriage Company's stand,
bosidos having superior ffwi al
ways roady at tho call of "2H0," fur
nishes line livery outfits at tho bltort
est notice good horfios and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonotto.
Saturday Night, April 13
Views of Hawaii,
gJ" Musio by Kamehameba
School Club, Mandolin aud Guitar
Club, Philadelphia Bjiid and Ber
ger'd Orchestra. 13122t
Hctciiinson Plantation Company,
Naaleuu, Hawaii. ,
March 1st, 1805.
E. II. Hexdhy, Esq , Hawaiian Hard
Dear Sin: In answer to your let
ter inquiring about the Avery Stub
ble Digger and Fertilizer Distribu
tor. I would Bar that tho fact that
we havo just received tho second
Stubble Digger speaks for itself.
Wo havo dug over four hundred
acres of rattoon stools aud consider
it vill be a great benefit.
The Fertilizer Distributor is a
good thing and has effected a mate
rial saving of labor iu the applica
tion of Fertilizer and applies it bet
ter man can be done oy liana.
These machines are very simple
and well constructed and we have
had no troublo with the working of
them and we consider them one of
tbo most useful labor saving ma
chines that can bo used on planta
tion. Yours Truly,
G, C. Hewitt,
Manager H. S. 1'. Co,
February 10, 1895.J
Mr. E. R. Hendrt, President aud
Manager Hawaiian Hardware
Company, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo uso tho Avery Stubble Digger,
Fertilizer Distributor and Cano
Cultivator. They save labor and do
tho work claimed for them. Tho
Stubble Digger I cousidor a parti
cularly good implement.
Mauager Hakalau Plantation Co,
Tbe Hawaiian Baldwin Go. Ill
DROflr wonv iw ji wi.i.iv'isv
JCS Four Days Only! Don't Forget tho Dates!
1SL. S. LEVY,
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iron in some form, but iron is
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only one known as
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Thrrc are many frau
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