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THE DAILY BUI.LKT1N, AIMUL. 16 1895.
Owititf fo tlii (trouplit ftiut cirrlty cf
valor, tlio n-sUtint bovr JmiIiI vrfct mil
on tin) dopes ot I'll cliliow1 II II are re
que ted to I'cllici wlint wmrr tbey niv
rotllro (nr In iiFchold pi.rposoH i-etw.u.i
Uo hours of 0 ntnl 10 o'clock a m.
Stiperlntcmlutit Honolulu Wi.tor Work.
Honolulu. April II, 1MO 1311 f
ilollr ol wtucr privilege, o t'mp
paying w.'r m , lire irrely iietl'tfil
that the h'Mirs for Irr.tut'on i urpo-csao
from 7 to K o'i lock a. m n'H fi to'loeloi U
t.H. AXDItKVV IlKVtWiN,
flnpprlntenii-nt of Wntor Wurki
J. A. Klo,
MinNttrof tlio Interior.
Unnohil'i, March I'-', 19. l'2"-tf
tloa. Tburu ought to be euough
(rnpai raisod nt linnnj to btitigdown
price?, Iml ns tin-re in not it U too
bad that Ibo 18 i-oiit inargiu bn
twvHn thn prion in California Mid
tint Ihto for tin liitm. article, tiitm
tioued by Oapl 'n Cohraoi', ca'iiiot
TJIVr KOrIit3n ViljiOY.
Uvon if it tini'irtaiu I lint tlio IU
publicans worn going to bo vii'tori
v. il t
I ' l ' t -4
April ;, 1S95.
The same old cry of "No
Water" is again heard in lone
of voice as loud and as fierce
as ever. But with the new
pumping station almost com
peted the comDlaints airainst
. 1 t 1 1 . k
ku-iuuio 11-1 imMUi.niaiviri mu, tne Water Works Uepartiuent
it tin..., tl.o 1,,. 1J ,.li,.y on tU wj, S00, be a (hjn J,, for r(),
part of ho.Mvl,o ,. ,.,, fur.,,,- ,. ( R , .
noxatton at iIim I'li'i of Ihclitiu tont . ' .1 ' . ...
la-iuhPirfMrimiomv, of. i. as .though the government is
ureal partis of tu Unitui stai-F. dome; everything m its power
Tioho is ..oi tl.o iiutit probability to alleviate the misery and re-
that auy iuKi i-rty win i... pomnt duce the annoyance which na-
ououyb of ils..r to .'jury through a tUHllly eilSUCS through liick of
uiciMirout Hindi RrfaUmport.vii'o n suHicient water with which to
1 woubi botiio aim x.ition of mtidu niakc a cocktail,
territory, it 1h1h.ov..s both thoOoi- I lere are some figures over
enmiunl and tlm pooiilu of tlnsi iiiVli fnn nviv nniilf if vnn
iiiuii u ! iiiki v iv w iiviv.1 j .m
i 1 I f
PMgrd to wither Sn-l nor 1'urly,
1M Kulnhlhhtil (ir thr Unirfit vf Alt
are interested in wire lences:
The European wire which we
carry in stock has been tested
at the Iron Works and shows a
island", if they woti'dscotirtiaii arly
coiitotiiimatiou of poli'icat union
with tli(Kr"3t ropu'ilic, to niako no
unta'i;lini nlliauccn wit li I'itlior of
flum I tli li.n.lmrr itnflliiL tilwi t rMwtXm
.ll.' 1 rJIJMHI 't ll MIIUI1 IlirUUD . . . - - I
an- likoly to bo tilled 0.1 bth lenbiieMicnguioi oupounui.
We. This i not thu only phaso of I he galvanizing passed through
thy qiiMtiou to bo eoiisidnred, how- all the tests it IS possible to put
over, for tlmw im anotht-r ono that it and sllOWS that jt is as near
rhonid bo patent to our wie men, perfect as it is possible to make
but to nhii'h they n'etu to be obiivi- tk American wire we re
im uiioii th..y talk flippantly a if ceived a week or more ago,
tlioHepublieanwretliofriondi,arid (( $ the best to be Ob-
11,0 Detnot.ratB the cueniie. i"a-1 taiiied in the States), was tested
w.... Due. it not occur to then, h , Works and shOWS
that, ouee th Doraoerata aro con- , , . n r 1 i nn
vineed by Hawaiian otlieial and other a teS'le Strength of about 00
i;uuiiui. 1 ucc nyuici miuw
which is the bet wire, and
TUESDAY, Al'lllL 10, 1893.
Au nitielu in the Advertiser advo
cates th appointment of a Mitiistur
to Japan, to flupersedo Mr. Irwiti,
Charf-o d'Affairvs at Tokio. Mr. Ir
win, it appears is after all only a
"lnbor contractor" for the Hawaiian
planters. It ha taken a long tin.o
to iiiul out thin fact. N not thuKiiK
gestiou jtiKt a feelor for the appoint-1
aiout of eniuo Govurnnieiit pet as
Minuter to TokioT Jaoau is tin-'
larper nation, however, d ought ' iflwntil talkthattluscouutryifad.
4 1 1 ..ir ! :: .1... .i.. mittoil to thn Union would be nnlv a
iu ,rn" "" '" ""Kui.jri.JK ...u ro.-i - - - - - - ;, , -- - - - ,I,I,;,, ,,,, c,nU c., .- U'.U
tioiiH between the two Governments , "'ouen tioroiif-ii loruieiiepuDitean ."- J o.iuuiu uov. ... uui.u-
1 party, the Democratio party, now lllg Hie J011CS LOCKeU POIlCe
contaiiiiiiif many powerful friends the best fdlCe ill the WOrld.
of auuexttiou, will eomo to show a TIlC PrOWinfT desire Oil tllC
solid front aaintt the project? part of the people to Save 1110-
Auybody with ti.o gumption requi- ney accounts in a measure for
the demand that has been made
upon us for the Dietz Oil Stove.
1 he people who have been us
ing tliem here during the past
six months are so well pleased
with them that they recom
mend them to their friends.
by appointing a Minister to Hono
Great nations eeui to be getting
into trouble with little nations all
round., Washington is found incle
ment for Hawaiian diplomaey aud
Great Britain has a "jaw" with both
Nicaragua aud Venezuela. There i
also, according to late accounts, a
erious tiff between France aud
Paraguay. The I'aris Figaro au
uounooi that tho Goverument of
Paraguay has withdrawn tho ex
site for a poundma&ter ouj,ut to
1 realize the folly of iuviting such a
idtuaiioii regarding the Hawaiian
quesliou iu the United Statei. At
the same time, it is folly to predict,
, at this time, as has been held iu thit
I lvnA luiritrii IliA ri.au 1 r fif I li.k nuvl
B.v.r.. .w. , v k..w .. ,.., ..'v
.lection. Tim local
elections, in which wo hear of reat The fact that tliev Cailliot CV
equatur of tho French cousul on tb ipuuncan Kam!l aro raUy no eri-1 plode is a point ill their faVOr;
ground that ho incited colonists to tcrioa of thu urenl na'ional eonte-t eCOHOIliy 0? fuel is another,
ivavrt iiiiiuuuui.j niiuuuk (iiti luunij
of 1890. MatiV of these, as tho news oml fli miicIi r( i-innl.- in U'wia
repayiiig the government advances MU us ftre ,illl4 U) a jroerai nu,n. n . ,, ihn JT nnn, n,Uh
n.ent ,u b.d,al of municipal reform, and not fit ..j bd up js a.
ami oa the Demooratio iiarty ha !!, n... ., ...i, ...
I i n.. .. .- .i. l- ,uuiLi. l,vciv y.n; yuuuaraa
iuu jlaiuu lv? j. Ci.t.. Til i--.1l ...... Xl.i-
wt -t -r -xif uri i r iiiii inn. iii'ii
i-..l. UlUYV V... IV.II JUU 11. Ul
taadu to these colonists. As a slight
tokeii of retaliation the French Gov
ernment ha withdrawn tho exeqtia
turn of all tho Paraguayan couauks
And there you are.
beou usually etroug in
! Inn t n tl in iitniiniil IiimmIhIh IivIjI .
1 ..:i.i.. fr vvi...., n,.., t- . it is the best they ever had
1 reform, therefore has to go down The time is here and liouse
j before tho besom of revived civic OWIierS should begin pailltlllg
virtue. When tho struggle takes Up their dwellings. Ill the Se-
place for possession of the executive , lectioil of material the fact that
1 power at Washington for four years, Heildry'S Ready Aled is bet-
I municipal reform will not be a fae-. (er than aiW Other should be
'' J,L , tr in lia nun ill nc l.llt n ., !J...l TI.I. .:...., .V
U a.Un Aron.xl thnt thu 2-tO olas J J ' tOllSIUCICU. I llli IIIIAUHC 15
is also argueu mat 1110 ;.w eusa . . f , T1 ... ...... , ...lh. i..j -.j
.. .. T i -. r.,.. ( irmuu uj pure wiiuc leuu uiiu
no. jiiuju iui iivnci.b auiu.uiBira-
tiou by its record and its results. If
tlio dismal propheeyingn of blue
ruin, to follow tho uot altogether
unsuccessful attempts at tariff re
Several owuors of trotting and
pacing horses aro expressing their
diHa is faction over tho proposed
program for the June races. They
want a 3 minute class in which foreign-bred
horses will be eligible. It
should be abolished aud a 2:30 class
substituted, as there aro several
hora'ia iu tho country too fast for
thu i!:10 claws, that would have to bo
entered in tho freo-for-all, in which
they would be outclassed. Horses
with a record better than 2:30 would
then be entered iu tho free-for-all.
There are at least four horses that
could compete in the last race. This
proposition, it is considered, would
give all owuors a fair show for their
monoy. It will bo brought up and
discussed at the next meeting of the
Captain Cochrane struok a live
subject in his lecture the other even
ing, when he referred to tho great
disparity botween the price of grapes
iu California and what they fetch in
Honolulu. It cannot lie in tho ab
sonce of competition betvveeu local
fruit doalers, of which there is a host
both white and Chinoso, and thero
does not appear to be any suspicion
of a combination to hold up prices.
It would bo iu order to advocate the
organization of a consumers' union,
to look for remedies for this aud
oxide of zinc and the best qua
lity of colors obtainable. The
paints are made especially for
us and are guaranteed to De
their intelligence. Groat national
questions, and not tho small affairs
of the burgh, will dotormino the
issue in all tho doubtful States,
Eastern, Middle and Westerq, and
thorn is no more hope of breaking
up tho "solid South," at thu next
eleotioo, than thero is of a way be
ing made for ships across tho Isth
mus of Pauama by that tirao. As a
email measure of repairing the mis
chief already douo by some of our
peoplo hero, in "making faceB1' at
the Kopublicaus, it may bo useful for
our friends across tho water to know
that many of the oarliest and strong
est supporters of tho revolution for
a republic horo were Americans of
1 the Democratic party. Also, that
the fate of organizations for mutual ! at tho last presidential election tho
benefit in Honolulu has usually been J mock election held in Honolulu, ac
not encouraging for now action in j cording to custom, rosultod in a
lhat line. The MorohanU' Protec- majority for Grovor Cleveland,
tlv.i Association, formed to abolish
..,vi..ri ;.. fvrnf mnnti.iv ...hi... I Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
form, turn out to havo been belied ur5l-uab: in every reaycu.
by the condition of tho country next. They are good spreaders and
fall, then tho peoplo of town and ! retain their glossy appearance
country win not need to bo instruct- longer than any mixed paint
od upon tint point, but will vote ac ) sold elsewhere or even that
cordiug to their interests as woll as which is mixed to Order. We
have them in quarts, t half gal-
cognato communal grievance?, but
mentis, is a uot very romoto example
of convulsive but abortive effort to
sccuro a commou boou by org.tuiza-
aud Nuuanu streets, lodgiug by day,
week or mouth. Terms: 25 and fiO
cents per night; 1 and $1.25 per
Ion and gallon containers and
in all the shades desirable for
either inside or outside work.
In localities where water is
necessary for either irrigation
or household purposes and
where nature has left an ach
ing void by its absence, or at
least where the fluid is so far
below the surface as to be in
visible, we would suggest the
digging of surface or artesian
wells and to the owners or
lessees of the land that they
erect Aermotors. If we could
write up the profits which
have accrued among people on
these Islands who use Aermo
tors it would surprise some
folks who don't use them.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co, Ltd.
Opponlto SiirocUelV lllouk,
U07 POKT tr'X'llS15'r.
F ll FOUK I) VYS ONLY
p.j mw mihi im iwtn iii m ni wiw
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
-A-pril lOtli, lltli, 1-tla And 13tli
Household Goods at a Sacrifice 1
Thlo Llii'-n, iNupkinx,
White Ss Colored Bo'IhiuvjuIs,
Jivady-mjidc Pillow Cuhc,
Sheeting & Cotton Toweling, ICtc , Etc.
Kg Four Days Only! D.n't Forget the DatcHl
ISA. . L-EJVSr,
j3" Call and Get Prices an I Eximlno Goods -la
u plainly shown in our treat
ment of ourselves in health
and sickness. When we are
well, feeling splendid, we
ignore the possibility of sick
ness. But overwork, high
living, inherited poor blood,
irregular courses, etc., de
velop symptoms of weakness,
of dyspepsia, liver complaint,
and the general health fails.
You should know by expe
rience, as thousands do, that
whilst in health the system
would never run down and
doctors' bills would not
have to be paid. This is a
fact worth remembering
and of vital importance
to you. BROWN'S IRON
BITTERS is an old and
reliable remedy, your grand
mother knew it well, and
in no other form can iron
the great strengthener be
taken so easily. Small
dose and pleasant to take.
won't stain your teeth.
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