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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, April 24, 1895, Page 6, Image 6',
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TUE DAILY riULLET'N. APRIL 24, 1895.
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Theo. H. Davies & Co.
Wle Brothers' Cement,
Corrugated Iron Roofiing,
Galvanized Water Pipe,
Paints and Oils,
Roche Earbor Lime,
C. & C. Fine Flour,
Ray, Grain and Groceries.
Hardware and Cutlery,
QDnorter aid Dealer u Eonipei on ill t'ecy liaeiii
ladles' Wares of every description. Alt, treh linn of Uelnene Goods.
Pongee 8c "Wliite Sills: FajanieLS.
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings !
Bunt Black and Green Chinese Tea. Oepe Shawls, Kte
tm- Fit GoatantttMl. f rices Modnrat-. -X
r Mutual Tele;plion.e 5-4S "(at
1MPOKTEK AND DEALER lb
&KQCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOKli an -J mill
i?reb CaUlotnta Roll Butter and Island Butte
ttT ALWAYS ON BAND J0
Gwii Bocflivtd lij Siery
i Mi Oittklt raliriMU). 't't Ut
t.:fi00LS TJlock, Kino Srueei,
m'H THt.Wl'HONKfl 10
Provision Dealers k Naval Suppiie
?reh Goods bj Evuiy Calilonita Btoamer.
ICHJ - HOUSK - GOODS . A - SPECIALTY
iibr.: Orokus Souoitsu, $81
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO.,
IMrORTKBH tun ohlbbs iw
Groceries, - Provisions - and - feed.
New Qowln Itwolvmi hy Kvury i':kei from the Kbcimtj Kinivk nua nmi
fRESH OALTFOKNIA - PKOHUCE - BY KVBIIV STEAJUKH
AW Orrtr (HiiMnlly ttuae.) to nd Oood Onlitftvfl to nj
Part ot th Dliv KUKK.
Im.nr. 0oim Bouuitko 8ATurAorio floKimriii
art iHmNnb ruin i.tt) um, rtTttttJti'fb.
P HOX 372
Steamer fron San HanciBo.
UiOW'wlUiti unrMitrm', llii'i unixii
Ui. Koiti .iu AiKfcA MucKm
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if Retail fiiwm
$tt StTwricrrioK GuiU.iMiteji
e. o mix i4'
TO CELEBRATE THE VICTORY.
Japanese Going to Have a Great
Say at Independt-nca Park.
Tbo Japanese residents am tnah
iug reat preparations for a grand
celebration to occur ou Him receipt
of uews of pia"e botwoen China and
Japan, .japanofo rnercnams aro
piviuir $25 each toward a fund to
defray I he expenses of the colel)ra
tion, and even th common laborer
id donating with a lavish hand. The
committees expect to rai?e $1000 for
tho celebration. A meeting of Japa
nese will bo held ftt thn CoiiHulAte
General on Sunday next.
The celebration will tal.fi place at
Independent Park, which will be
appropriately decorated and illuuiin
at t'd Two hundred Japaucso iu
uuiform will resemble at. sonm pub
lic place in town and march out to
the prk, headed by thn band. If
the men cnunnt procure rifls they
will carry bamboo slirks.
Iu a yard iu the Jnpinain colony
on Maunnkea streft the Japanese
are constructing a Japanese man of.
war to be n.vnod thn Slifnoui Khan.
It will bo twootv fret low and will
be carried on wheel. Owiui to the
telephone wire on the streets the
cruUer will probably not have any
mast. ThoShiuodi Khan will be
iu the piocesMou.
In front of tb Consulate ou Nuu
anu slret nu arch in to bo built
thirty feet hitfh and forty foot
acro to span the street. In tho
center will be placed a oicture of n
larRp American eajile. Tho arch will
1)0 nppiopriately decorated by art
ist., lne Japs oxpeet to mnkn it a
TU1CK3 1UAT ARK VAIM.
Anothr Chutom Gcaijooat Go-ii to
Captaiu Seott and a pos of po
liee made n laid ou the Toiler, Uin
Society build iufr last night' and enp
lured an old Chinnniau nann-d Ah
Ch e with one half pound tin full of
opium nud two half full tin. ht
Hides live pound of iiimm;. When
tho polieo with their infijriner en
tered tint room Ah Che't jumped up
and ftrurl: the informer. After
reaching tho station, hownrer, the
man feigned hlinduoM and had to bo
helped down below. In tho District
Court this morning Ah Ghee plead
ed guilty to having opium iu ponies
sion and asked that, the Court im
pose as lenient a euteiiee an possi- j
ble, as he was poor and would have
to lo to jail. He was fined $100.
The Chinaman, it has been learn
ed, iii only an a;ont for other China
men, who piek on him as a go-between
on account of hi old age and appar-1
ent poverty. Tho rich give tho
opium to this old fellow to sell for
them, and allow, him to go to jail
rather than pay his Gun, as a bliud.
By oud Comparison
J Aro the good qualities possessed by
11 ...!'.. U......,:iln limn., nil u
ituifu n uitictijui ilia. nuum nit 11
purit'u'Q tholdtwd, thus strenglheu
init the nerves it reuulatoii tho dl-
, gestive orgaus, invigorates tho lud-
; riojH and liver, tones and builds up
tho eptiro system, cures Scrofula,
Dypopxia, Catarrh and Uheiiinatism.
, Get Hood'rt and tho only Hood's.
I Uood'a Pillh cure nil liver ills,
J biliousness, jaundiee, indigestion,
i sink headache. 2Tio.
Tho buiiiiieKs of tho country I
Bottling into its former groove. Our
Rontlemauly driTor ha returned
from his vacation, tho eowa iu the
pasture switoh Hies instead of bid
lets with their taiU and tho cream i.
richer in eonsoquoneo. Wo believe
wo havo satiwuwf overy one of our
customers who have takeu milk frotr.
us and wo are in a position to sup
ply a great many moro The poople
who from choice or iitcostsity visited
Waialao during tho past two woekt
have had au opportunity to see just
what, sort of diet our otoek foedf
uron. and no lonuor wonder at. the
riehnonHof tho milk from our dairy.
I Our faeilities for delivery aro tin
boBt. With tho oxcoption of a day
I or two early iu tho lato unploasint
i ntw our driver hav' always beeii
' ou tinieatourcutdoinorV renidoms
I Wo take thi oooortunitv to thank
thos-j v.ho have lwen patient with ua
nnd to solicit, a coutiiiuaiieo of their
patronage. Wo will bo ploased tr,
till all ordeis tehiphoriHl to us and
Kiinrauteo all milk to be puro and
free from adultorafion.
Thk WAi7M IUN'UL
, MhETiWO NOTICE
'PHK AI.NUAI. MKK1INU lK THK
1 Hawaii .N Juikky C'i.uii will tku
plai-B at llm Pauiriii CI b oi MD.SUAY.
.iprll , MM. ut Ti-0 oclo"k e. M All
! mumlHir re rtqui'stut 'o l' p'Knr.n8
inn eta of Imrioriu ce mil tut bro glit bo
I fore the iiifconi;.
V. M. QIKFAltl),
I Ul5-tU Bncreiary II. J. l
National Cane Shredder
PATENTEH UNDKU THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN iHliA-NWH
' Mr. John A. Kcott, Manager of the Hilo Soger Company, gives the follow
ins wonderful record of the working of tho NATIONAL OANE SHRED
DEK, which was ended by thur work at the commencement of tho crop
"During tho past week the Hilo Hugur I'ouipunyV mill exceeded any, of
it s former records by closing the 125 hour gi hiding with nil output of 300
tons. This is fully 10 jxrcint more than the hunt work of former yours.
"The three roller mill being 26 iu. by M iu. nn.l tlu; iwo toller mill 30 lu.
by CO in. '1 he firat mill doing this amount of work iu an efficient manner
uml with great ease, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of the csue by the National Dane Hhredder, leceutly erected by
"And by its use the extraction hiu boon incrertoed from 3 percent to 5 per-
i cent on all kinds of cane, and in tome ciucs K0 percent ban boon reached;
i the average being 75 to 78 percent, according to quality.
1 "1 continue to find the mcgkir-i from shredded cant1 hotter fuel than from
j "Tho shredder ha been working day end nlht for seven mouth untl biu
given me entire satisfaction, having shredded during llr.it time about evmitj
thousand tons of cano, and a large purl of it hang hard rnloonK
"The Mircddcr and engine requite very little euro or attention."
I Cfplanc Hii.l specification? of these Hhtodikr- may ho m-oh at the ollice t
wm. a. rpwiN ,v co.. l'a.
Th iiDdurnlRntMl hnvliiR Un ujijioliite.l
Sole Agents (or tlie Qivailan island
roa the I'livMuiin
FKOM TUK WUUKti 0
Burham, Williams & Co..
Are now prepared to glvft Estimate mi.l
receive Orders lor these Engine,
of any f lie and Btyla.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
A.UE NOW MANUKAOTUKINd A
8TYLK OK I.OCOMOTIVK
adapted for Plantation Purpoot
A nurubrr of which have recently Iwni
received ut theso IslaiiJa, and we will have
plusaure In furnishing plantation ngMU-
ami raanaperB with purtluulors of same.
The Hnr)rlorlty ot those lxcoiiiotivv(
over all other makes Is known not only
hero but In acknowU-djiwl throughout the
WW. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Suit Agent lor Ins Hawaiian IuId0.
V. 0. J0NE.1. K. A. J0KK.S.
Ssfe Deposit s 1 a vMhttwu t CVjl
Have (or pair a tow fchmun of
PAIA SUCJAlt HTCi'K
HAWAIIAN HUGAK CO. RTOCK.
Alo, HAWAIIAN GOVKKNMKNT boJ
lstMortKB BDGAU i'l.ANTA
rw I'or purt'cular npply to
Iu Hawaiian Stfo Deoot and luven
NO. US FOIIT R'IKKET.
California and Hdwaiisn Frnit
AND IMtOUUCU COMPANY.
Opp. 0. R. &-1. Drpu, 'n King Se'
Urocvrltn, fr-ivN'o'i n-1 lee Hne
(5ool, FIhIi, Vi,kIbI'1',,i Frosun Ortti'M,
Klo.. roei'tveil lv vry 8'eniiifr from Ban
FranoUro nml Viincouvrr.
tv T o Shlppllit; Trinle Mipjillvil
Geo Cavaiuigh, - Mauugor
TKI.Kl'HONK Nu. T65 .t
... . 1 20 ibs. m
WS&BgBfob. Nestle's h
will tell yon
It la the
FOR BALE 1JY THK
HOLLIbTEH DRUG CO., L'D,
Agents for thn Hawaiian Islands
Wo KXl'ORT General Family and Flam.
tlon HnpplIt'H In iny (innntlty. Bend lor
our Yearly, Monthly and Dally Price List,
414418 Frout Street,
Pun Vritnclwo, Onlltnmlft.
Wall Paper !
We have J I let Ilnoelved direct from
New York the
Kvtr brought here ut ono time.
Patterns of 1895
WILDER & CO.,
W F OHAL.LAVION,
Carpenter and Builder
- hSUMATtt 0 VHN ON-
Brick, St'-M it Womlim BaUdiurja.
Jubliiiu: priinipl y MI'ilnUsl to.
73 King tXmti, R.'tlward'v Old Stan.
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