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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY IB. 181)5.
All bill? against tho Police De
partment, contracted httwoen Jan.
(5 aud Feb. 1 l( aro ordurcd to bo pro
lutitcd to tho Marshal buforu Fob.
20, 1 .".
E. G. IIITCHCOCK,
Marchnl Republic of Hawaii.
J'Udgtd to wither Stvl nor i'tirly,
lint KitaUished for I he Itrti'fil . All.
FRIDAY, FEB. 15 15.
Tlioro is a furious suggestion Uy a
correspondent to oxilo rebels to
Ocean Island. It is well-meaning,
no doubt, but puunl servitude at
homo would probably I)b chosen by
the prisoners iu preference to penal
colonization on a desert if laud.
Horsemen aro becoming curious
as to the intentions of the Hawaiian
Jockey Club. They do not waul tho
ropairing of tho track and tho train
ing of their horses put over to bo
late a date as to spoil tho cbancos
for good sport on Juno 11. It is
hoped tho annual meeting will bo
held without delay.
February 1 5, 1895.
The newspapers seem to be
proceedings would bo permitted in I
tho ni wspapors. Tho Bulletin- in a
second leader on the treatment of
tho principal olleudors, just before
tin, Court-martial opened, intimated
that it had "no more to say" mean
ing that it was to bo dumb during
tho sittlui of the solemn tribunal.
How has tho edict ajrainst comment ill error ill S'.iyillg that tllC llietl
been observe J by the other news-' just reieaseJ from prjson are
papers? Ignored by one in openly '
discussing tho disposition that to be deported, or in speaking
should be made of tho prisoners, Qf (iem as exjes Tley are
aud evaded by another through .
distant references to tho subject "Ot being deported 111 tllC true
meant for hints to tho Govern- seilSe of the term; tliey aresilll-
metu. an mo uino mo jiullctix oris
An article copied olsewhero from
U10 Philadelphia Record gives rea
sons for rejecting the Nicaragua
Canal bill pending in Congress at
last accounts which must give pause
to thoughtful American statesmen,
as to that particular measure, iu
is an alternative scheme advocated
in the article which would seem to
be safe and w ise, as well as calcu
lated to securo tho object desired
namely having the canal built aud
operate under United States cou-trol.
strictly observed the neutrality it
ha 1 previously announced. While
this journal has always believed in
an upright aud honorable opposi
tionas well as maintained ati iudo
pendeuco that sometimes offended
oven some of its owuora when they
were iu power believing it to bo
wholesome to any commonwealth
and constantly productive of good,
it canuot allow the insubordination
of its contemporaries to all author
j ity to pass unchallenged aud tinro
1 buked. Tho other evening paper
, has iu its bravado committed a dis-
tiuct contempt of court, for which
, tho private discipline it is under
stood to huvo received is scarcely
j adequato to tho offense. But a fow
1 days henco "our day of trial" will
have ended, and thou tho Bulletin
, will consider itself free to comment
without restriction upon tho proce-
duro of its contemporaries, at tho
present stage, iu both overt aud
1 covert attempts to promote a policy
inimical to the country at large and
1 calculated to perpeluato feelings of
ply allowed to go away on a
vacation which will terminate
at the will of the Government
that grants them leave. If they
were deprived of the privilege
of attending to their vocations
under the blue Hawaiian skies
they accepted the other hoi 11
L. B. Kerr
ia the only
man in Ho
IN In chines 1 .
Bear The Automatic PKAnr, Skwxio Maoiiink with
Latest Modern Attachments .suitable for Light and
Ilcivy Work To Pin chasers: Instructions in Arisenc,
bii?otrv aud national outran turnout,,
Unhappily there has been in quite ' the best because it does HOt
action upon tho subject. There rocn d ,0 '"a"J tonn make any difference how much
i. .:.... ..i .1 ....1 such a spirit manifested by our con- .
temporaries, neither honorable to i Ctry Weather yOU may Have tllC
themselves nor to those they think W00J wjl not shrink lior will
they represent. I .
the hoops drop off. These are
made of choice selected Cali
fornia redwood and we sell
them for the same price you
pay for the sort that falls to
pieces during the first dry
When the dinky birds war
ble and the swallows swallow
of the dilemma which permits Tinsel, Sclmollo and Fancy Embroidery Work will be given.
them to live in that haven of
political prisoners of almost
any nationality the United
States. Properly speaking but
three men have been deported
the others are going away,
if there is a distinction the
men can figure out the differ
ence on the way up.
We are selling the best Tank
ever brought to the country
H. H. n.
When this paper published a pur
ported interview by the San Fran
cisco Chronicle with Miuislor llatch,
it gave due credit to that paper and
was thoreforo not responsible for tho ,
authoucity of tho article, its publi-,
cation gave tho Minister of Foreign
Affairs an opportunity, which ho
doubtless appreciated, of repudiat
ing tho interview. There was noth
ing iu the sentiments, however,
wkich could uot bo elicited from al
most any European merchant or
mechanic iu Honolulu. Tho inter
viewer doubtless padded out his
conversation with Mr. Hatch from a
pretty thorough knowledge of Ho
nolulu public opinion. Ho had no
right, of course, to put other peo
ple's views in Mr. Hatch's mouth.
Yet tho Star ought to be tho last pa
per to denounce tho Chronicle for
"a manufactured interview." Tho
Star is only a pup of tho
Chroniclo, anyway, having been
started by an emissary of
that paper, aud its journalistic ethics
wero cast in the Chronicle mould
Tho result has been that the Provi
sional Uovomruont aud its successor
tho Republic have been more om
barrassed and hampered by tho
championship of our unscrupulous
and mischief-making contemporary
than by all tho secret plotting it has
had to protect itsolf against. Whoth
or the legoud cited by tho Star is
true or uot viz., "that onco upou a
time a leopard changed its spots"
the fact remains that tho Star does
chaugo its spots. It lies here aud it
lies there as occasion requires, aud
it will one day soon lio in tho grave
of obliviou, joining tho great major
ity of fakir newspapers that have
boon startod iu Honolulu, uot for the
benefit of tho public but as a milk
ing machine for sordid political
bummors and adventurers to employ
in oxtractiug sustounuco from tho
Government lacteal glauds.
It was not only understood but
given out olliciaUy that, whon tho
.Military Commission begau its grave
investigations, uothiug regarding it
beyond a correct narration of its
The chief reason for tho great
increase iu the sugar boot crop of
Germany is the great profit re
ceived from the cultivation. United
States Consul Mason, of Frankfort,
reports in 18tl to tho Statu Depart
ment, that the sugar beot factories
paid dividends from 7 percent to 30
percent, and iu some cases, which
he cites, even larger dividends. Tho
excessive profits stimulate tho in
dustry and cause an increased pro
duct. EniTon Bclletis:
Tho above articlo iu the Advertiser
has made a bad and wrong impres
sion ou several businoss men, but
the editor of said papor does uot
seem inclined to correct it.
The Cousular report, dated 1801,
is no doubt for tho year 161)3, that is
for the past year.
Iu tho spring of 1893 sugar prices
wero high, that is higher thau iu
181)1 and 1895. I have bofora me
"Hamburg-Markot,Reports" of 1893
ana lo'Jl. bugar (os ) is quoted as
follows: May 8, 1893, mark 18 85;
Jan. 29, 1891, mark 12.&2J, a differ
ence of CO perceut ou 11 and 12.
W. D. & Co.'s market report of
Jan. 18, 1895, quotes Gorman granu-
, latod sugar at 10.1 J (about 11 aud
I A Hawaiian sugar planter, now
1 residing iu Germany, writes in a lot
i tor dated Dec. 2, 1891, that all sugar
i factors aud boot planters aro losing
J money at present pricos. Now if
I "the excossivo profits ntiinulato tho
industry aud cause an iucroased pro
1 ductiou," said losses ought to have
tho reverse effect. W.
i Honolulu, Fob. 11, 1895.
United Carriage Company's stand,
I besides having superior hacks al
ways ready at tho call of "290," fur
I nislios lino livery outfits at tho short
1 ost notice good horses and nice car
I riagos, from buggy to wagonotto.
By Lowis J. Lovoy.
TO-MOHIIOW7 Tub. llith,
AT 1(1 O'CLOCK A. M
I WILL SELL AT 1'UIILIO AUCTION
A.T MY SA.TiE3SR,OOIjI
Oonornl MorchandlBO, Dry Goods,
Japnnoso Silks, Grocorios,
Household Furnituro, &c, &c.
i,. ii ji. iiunm .liimmcni mm
now lifi, Intil Oil. AnMriimfrMl Ifnrant
Fur tho It II lenra the ll. 11.11. Hnixi
l.luiincnt haa boon tlin li'iuliOR remnly
amimtt Farmers ami Stockmen fur tho
runt uf Hiirnlnn. Drn.mii, HtllT Jotntu,
Himrlnn, WlniliratU, Horn Khuiildrni.rtc..
nml for rnmlly Uo U without on ninni
fur Kliciimntlnm, NcnrnluIn.AnliCK, l'alns
Tho II. 11. 11. 1.liiimi'iit lia lrmny lmlla
tlons nml m rant inn thn l'nhlln to mmi
that tlm Trmlo Jlnrk " II. II. II." U in
every lUittl" ln'funi pnrrlmlniT. Fiirmlt
PTprvwhoro fur M cent and Sl.UU i r
WHAT OTJ3BCR.E. SAY:
Sam Johk, Juii. 27, 18(18, Uertlllcno of Dlooil rfpavin. In ju.tico to tho
proprietor of "ThoCelebratedlf.il II llorso Medicine I). D. T., 18G8," I
will say that I have un.d it to good mtisnictlon. and can recommend it to
those keeping horsus as an invaluable in-idiome, and 1 boliovo it to bo equal
to what it is recommended ; iunl I havu n a kitown its equ 1 as an external
remedy, for I have aho used it to gooil otlect fur rheumatism uKin myself.
j. o. rmi'i's.
Thin iit to curiifv that 1 saw the above o ie. and it W.u ono of tho worst
it is time to think of spring,
i ; ii.. -i Htiavins I ever saw. I did not believe that tliu blood spavin could bo cured,
itnu III lilt, spnilj, you IllUSl , ,xl 1 would acknowlcduo that I was inirttaken, and am willinc to rccom
thinkof painting your llOUSe. ; " Colebmlcd ll ll. H Horse Medioiue-U IVr 1808, superior
v J to anything I ever had uny knowledge of as a horse mediciue.
We have an elegant assortment , , ,, T- 4ND?SWS,11.
... . , , ,.j ., . . , Mu. U. Dodou ToMLi.Ntio.v-Dear Sir: For tho information of tho public
Of Heildry SKeadyAllxed PailltS; and in justice to your valniiblohorro medicine, "The Celebrated II. II. II.
,, ... , . . I Horse Mcdiomo 1). D. T., 18(18," I would state that I bavo used it to full
Compare tliem Wltn llie COIOrS eatULiction on n maro of niino th.it hud an enlargcinont of tho fetlock joint,
'in Hip riinhmu nnH vnn'II finH which was ul least ono third larger than before it got burt; and ot ti hard
( 111 llie ramDOW ana you ll " j caHoU8 jun,Pi umi icr iet5 aUo much larger. The above medicine removed
i OUrS are the OlieS USed ill PUt- i lno enlargeinent, and otherwise performed u perfect cure.
, v ' I aho know of its curing blood spavin in different caeca among my neigh-
1 tillg in the delicate tints. We j bors' horses, which wore very b.ul and incurable by all who saw tliem; and I
I . . . , i if i 1 have full conlldcnco in tho above preparation, and hear it spoken of by
have them 111 quarts, Hall gal- others as equal to what it Iiuh been recommended, and can recommend it to
lone n.J frollrm mrAnifnf others with full confidence of its great worth, and that it performs nil cures
I lunb auu gilliuio luiiveiiiuii w;t0lt jjllry i0 the growth of tho hair, docs not change tho color of the
' sizes for any kind of painting '"Ur tt,u' lulVtt lho l,,b "moolh l,ml cf;A rClipeclfll,ty
'from flower pots to a full joh'x weatheiw.
! crown house. The price isi YOU HAD BETTER TRY IT. FOIl SALE BY
1 lower than unmixed paints and
the quality better.
! On the "Alameda" we will
i have another car load of Avery
i Plantation Implements. These
are what every plantation man
ager requires because they are
labor savers and money getters.
One of these machines will
save the work and time of a
half dozen laborers. Every
manager who has used a Stub
ble Digger sold by us says it
is the best implement he ever
had on the place. The last lot
did not last long; if you are
thinking of getting one book
your order now.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.,
from all tho Celebrated
Factories in the United
120 1-1 t
Tbe Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd.
OpiHdt Rpreekt&i' Block,
f IMl'OllTBHB, WHObKSAbB AND UKTAII. DKAI.EUS IS
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars
JE3COXjXjXS,T,3SK & OO.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.