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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MAY 11 1805.
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Onlng to the drought and scarcity of
water, the resident Hbove Judd street and
on the slopes o( Punchbowl Hill are re
queued to collect what water they may
rqulre for household .purposes betweon
Iho hoars of 5 and 10 o'clock a. m.
Hiipcrlntcndent Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, April 11, 1893. 131Mf
Holders of water privileges, or thos
paying war rates, aro hereby notified
that the hours for Irrigation purposes are
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m. and 5 to )1 o'clock
i- h. AKDHKW HltOW.V,
Superintendent of Water Works.
J. A. Ki.mi,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolirlrt, March 12, 1KM. lUxS-tf
Thc flnthi ?.i1UHn.
beliovo the Captain has had con
sul ornble oxpu'ienco with cavalry
men in the States and if this is true
he knows the mauuer of conducting
the military there. As his compauy
is patterned after the U. S. forces
he should follow the same rules
5Wiy 7 's95-,
Yesterday witnessed one of
the quietest elections ever held
in Honolulu or elsewhere. It
Never in the history of politics in
I Hawaii has there been a parly in
nmvnr linn niinpillodirv in it mn.
thods and loss popular than that of ( Was a good deal like SOIlie of
, to-day. Given life as it was under the electons j the South
i peculiar circumstances, and under , ,
conditions which would naturally American republics where you
gi veto it the appearance of the exMr. I aiways vofe jie government
! cising of might over right among .... . , .,
the sous of the soil, it would scm , ticket or stay away from the
that it should have adopted a policy j polls. Although Ollly 1 1 1
i ui auuuu uiai wuuiu navo uarruweu,
rathor than widened, the breach.
PUdged to nrithcr Sect nor Party,
Jlut Ettablished for tht Hen fit of All.
TUESDAY, MAY II, 1895.
Wo have boon asked why tho Bcl
i.ktin has said nothing about the
warm weather of tho past few days
If there is anyone in Honolulu who
did not know that yestorday was,
oxcossively sultry and hot wo would
liko to know tho namo of tho indivi
dual. Even those who spent tho day
iu tho "cooler complained of the
If the Police Department cau
mako a case against the fellow
J,rooshler who wielded a gnu on Mer
chant street last night, the oppor
tunity should not be neglected.
This is the individual who rau a
cobblers shop od Fort street above
Hotel a year ago and afterward
located iu Honokaa whare ho made
hiuuolf notorious by mixing up iu
tho domestic relations of a fellow
countryman. There was a stiootinir.
fir niltttllfr aiirniitk f M.in nnrt til anmn '
way Trooshler, who was tho aggres
sor, managed to get off without be
ing prosecuted. If he is allowed pur
suo tho evil tenor of his way he will
ultimately laud himself un the gal
lows and add to tho expenses of the
Tho position of the Government to
day, reports to the contrary not
withstanding, is on a line with ny
of thoso of the South America.
There has not been an act iu its af
fairs that would commend it to its
opponents. Nor is the friendship
among its suppoiters growing in in
tensity. Ou the contrary thero is a
demand that connubial relation
shall cease aud light shall be thrown
upon tho transactions of tho depart
ments iu which extraordinary aud
unusual expenses are iucurrud. The
taxpayers havo a right to know to
what oxtent their money is being
frittered away ou irresponsible men
employed in the various depart
ments. They aro anxious to know
if the filibuster rumors aro sufficient
grounds for continuing tho spy
Didn't Liko Tho Price.
A foroiguer belonging to one of
the merchantmen in port, and who
was ovidoutly out on a holiday,
judging by his stylish attire, created
quite a disturbance iu tho New Mo
del ros'auraut this afternoon. He
t"Ll fk Iviiliwl 1 tt 4 r Mirk vnot aiikiihI 1
vwu a ...V...V. iuiw mu lUOlUHIUUt , , . ,
(M1 1 losing your temper.
votes were cast, that number
was even larger than 'was ex
pected. Talking about the election.,
however, reminds us that we
have just received a novelty in
the shape of a newly invented
can opener, which is simplicity
itself. It is called the A. B. G,
and we are the only firm hand
ling them. This can opener is
different to any other in use.
It takes the entire top of the
can off with a single turn of
the wrist. All you have to do
is to lay the machine on the
top of the can, strike a little
wooden knob similar to those
used in" opening soda-water
bottles and the can opener does
the rest. There is no possibil
ity of injuring the hands or
Tho editor of a newspaper is sup
posed to know everything, in other
words to bo au nuimated encyclo
paedia aud not a sleopy dude as too
4iiauy would-bo editors are. While
tho noting editor of this paper
should not be supposod to know as
much about grass aud lawns as the
Commissioner of Agriculture ho
does know that a little fertilizer put
ou them once in a whilo would ma
tori ally beuofit them. Tho pecu
liarly porous nature of tho soil in
tho Hawsiiau islauds, aud especially
iu Honolulu with its coral sub
stratum, should make it apparont to
aud treated him to dinner. Who
it eame to paying for the meal the
man demurred at paying two bits
for a dinner without terrapin and
other delecacies; one word led ou to
another till finally the foreigner be
came blasphemous aud the attnos
phero assumed a bluish tinge and
smellod strongly of sulphur.
The restaurant was full of people
among them being Rov. S. E. Bis
hop. The man's languago becamo
so obnoxious that au officer who was
iu the restauraut took him to the
station, where he was made to pay
the restauraut keeper. After leav
ing tho station he challenged auy
one preseut to a fight and called on
all true yaukees to stand up. Spe
cial Nicholas promptly grabbed
him by the back of tho neck and
rau him down the street.
Otto Graef found Truschlor ou
his premises, Merchant street, about
midnight last night. Ho chased him
auyoue that tho constant filtering of out on the road 8"d tue men BraP'
wator throucrh it must necessnrilv ! pled. Truschler fired a pistol but
result in dissolving aud dissipating
tho eloments required to sustain
vegetable growth. This can be easily
remedied by the occasional applica
tion of fertilizing material contain
ing tho chemical constituents lost
iu tho filtration process, and this
idea is commended to the considera
tion of all thoso who would havo
thoir lawns maintain a beautiful
groon all the yoar round.
Tho assault on Oaptain Cook, of
tho Mountod Patrol last, night fur
nishes points in tho argument that
the forco should have a thorough
sifting. If there are men thoro who
aro inclined to indulge iu the "rosy"
to an exteut that thoy refuso duty
at tho drill, they aro unfit to act as
guardians of public safety. Tho
first indication of "bull-hoadediioss"
in a patrolman slioulil be considered
the shot wont wide. Graef succeed
ed in getting his man on the ground
and gave him an unmoroiful boat
ing. Captain Scott and others ar
rived and Truschler after examina
tion was found to bo badly hurt.
He was taken to the hospital. After
hearing Graef 'a statement tho Deputy-Marshal
ordered Graef's re
lease. Truschler was noticed by
sovoral people yesterday walking up
aud down in front of the premises.
While in Stockton, Cal., some time
ago, Thos. F. Laugan, of Los Bauos,
that stato, was taken very severely
with cramps aud and diarrhoea. Ho
chanced to meet Mr. C. M. Carter,
who was similarly afllictod. He says:
Did we hear anyone call out
I "rats?" We thought we did,
and that brings to our mind
another novelty in the shape of
a French rat trap. This is a
family concern and will accom
modate whole families of these
pestiferous rodents. Ar. Rat
walks into the trap until he
reaches a little platform which
gives way under his weight
and he is caught before he
knows where he is, being
landed in an entirely different
compartment to that which he
first entered. Ars. Rat follows
to see what the old man was
doing out so late at night and
soon joins him. We have
caught ten rats in one night in
one of these traps. They must
be seen to be appreciated.
This warm weather makes
one think of ice-cream and
an ice-cream freezer that
will suit a small family is
a desideratum. We have just
imported a new 'style of freezer
which cannot fail to commend
itself bv its usefulness. It is
provided with a heavy cap
which fits tightly over the re-
wo wont to the Holdeu Drue Store
i aud procured a bottle of it. It gave
I Mr. Carter prompt relief aud I cau
vouch for its havinc cured me." For
Fullieiout grounds for depriving him ' Bnl "7 all dealers. Benson, Smith
,.f i.io ctnr t & Co., agents for the Hawaiiau Isl-
Captaln Cook is apparently well
qualified to bring tho men up to a
very excellent standard in drilling I
1Uf iv in l UUIntlUM tUIUlUUI IJ'l MUDO t
wuo was similarly alllictou. ile says: " " "j"v "'" -
"I told him of Chamberlain's Colic, .anhrl linlHinrr Hip rrpnm
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, ami cePracie 'lOlCling Hie cream,
anu is so construciea as to re-
IT PROVED :.
to me that good goods and low
prices are still appreciated in Ho
nolulu. T therefore intend to give
my cu8t6mers and the public in
general another opportunity. I
beg to call attention to the special
bargains in our line of
Wool Goods, Cashmere, Flannelettes & Flannels.
Sale will commence MONDAY, April 22d.
HA. s. LEVY,
is tho latest novelty in cigars. This is a per
fectly ilat cigar. The filler is Havana of a
very high grude and laid in, like the sheets of
a book, in the same way an cigars that cost
$150.00 per thousand The outside appear
ance of the cigar conforms to tho filler, and is
perfectly Hat. Those of our cigar customers
who have sampled them pronounce tho Ha
vana Flats of excellent quality and of unique
and attractive shape.
by reason of their superior quality and name
are iiHiially sold at high prices. "We have an
excellent line of these cigars direct from Ha
vana. While the quality of these cigars i at
the top-notch our prices have been scaled down
to bring these popular cigars "within the reach
need very little said in their praise, for they aro
well known here to every smoker. It would
be dillicult to get a better cigar for the price
at which Manilas arc sold,
to undersell us in this liiu.
anv nationality. Remember
"Wo allow no one
"We compete with
that when look
HOBRON 0RUC GO.
New Goods ! New Goods !
not mingle to much with his subordi
nates to havo from them that digui
lied respect so necessary to the pro
per dicipliuo in a force of meu. AVo
If you want your watch ropaircd.
If you want jewelry mado up neatly.
If you want souvenir spoons, or any
thing in tho jewelry line. H. G.
Biart, at C. Gortz's store, Fort street,
is your man. Ho was for ten years
tho practical watchmaker for Won
nor & Co.
quire less ice, less salt and less
time in freezing. If you want
one of these ask for the Gem.
It is a gem and we guarantee
The Hawaiian Hardware Co, Ltd,
OpixmtU) 8jrrw5Uli,' Block,
007 POMT HTBUDT.
Lace Stripes, Organdies, Pongees, Ginghams,
Sateens, India Linens, Victoria Lawns,
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Ribbons,
Laces, Flowers, Feathers, Etc.
SAILOR ZE3I.A.TS !
Mosquito Nets, Art Muslins, Cretonnes, Madapolains, spe
cially adapted for Ladies and Children's Underwear.
SOLE AQKNT FOlt THE
Renowned "PEARL" Sewing Machine I
At the marvelously low price of $30.00. Guaranteed
equal if not superior to any machine ever imported.
' L. B. KERR, Queen Street, Honolulu.