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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 15, 1895.
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T lllliH I ll 111 III H
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American and Eoglish Groceries ,
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do his best to please all
Purchases delivered to all parts
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NICARAGUA CANAL SCHEME.
Contravenes Fundamental Principles
of the Government.
Groat and extravagant is tho pros
pective cost of tho Nicaragua canal
undertaking to tho American peo-
Jilo, this is by no moans tho worst
naturo of tho bill boforo Congress.
Tho monoy expenditure demanded
by tho bill is $70,000,000, but whoth
or this sum would cover tho cost of
tho caual is morolr. problematical.
In order to ninko tho scheme less
unpalatablo to squeamish members
of Congress its promoters have cut
its coxt to tho lowest possible figure
But tho completion of this canal
would bo likely to costmoro than
double the amount estimated in tho
bill, to say nothing of the immenso
sacrifice of life in tho insalubrious
climate of Central America, says tho
Philadelphia Record. Tho caloula-,
tiou, is, however, to commit tho jrov
eminent nud peoplo of tho United
States to tho speculation of passing
tho bill now before Congress. Onco ,
in for it, thore would bo no retreat,
no matter how groat tho ultimate
cost in money ana in human life.
But this bill proposes to mako the
United States government a corpor
ation owning and controlling tho
Nicaragua canal. Of tho fifteen
directors of the corporation ten are
to be appointed a by tho president,
and to receive liberal salaries for
their services. This aud other pros
pective perquisities are what make
the scheme to inviting to statesmen
and politicians out of employment.
A corporation iu which two-thirds
of tho directors are to bo appointees
of tho president, and which is to bo
sustained by tho public troasury,
would to all intents and purposes bo
a government corporation. Should
w'tl,03StH' f the United States gov-
orumout exorcising sovereignty ovor
parts of tho torritory of Nicaragua
nflrl r?n(ji Tipa. Willi tlin linf. infnn.
mis Dili pass iuu Bpuuiauiu wuuiu uu
aud Costa Rica. With tho best inten
tions iu tho world it would bo im
' possible for this government to
avoid embarrassing complications
with thoso republics in regard to
next to the control of tho canal. Tho in
triguing politicians of Contral Amor-'
ica would want no more favorable
opportunity than such a situation
would afford for international con
i II tho region through which the
canal is projected wero iuhabited
only by native Indians the wisdom '
of this would still be extremely
doubtful. But, as proprietor of the
gsaffntSSk & ?kftSS" .
1 iug tuo BUBCupiiuiimes ui iuu opou-
ish-Amorican rulers of Central
America. It would be infinitely
. hotter, then, in every respect, for
I tho United States government to
guarantee tho bonds for the Nicara-
gua Canal Company, and leave tho
entire management and control of
the canal to the private corporation
having the privileges from Nicara
gua and Costa Rica to dig it. The
investment of tho government would
bo an safe in ono case as in the other.
In tho latter case it would probably
bo safer, as tho management of the
Erivato corporation, if reasonably
onest, would be more economical
1 than that of tho government, with
its teu diroctors aud a numerous '
train of highly salaried officials. ,
i If tho government of the United
1 States is to coustruct, pay for, own,
, and control tho Nicaragua canal, as
this bill provides, what is the use of
keeping up the simulation of a pri
vato corporation The curious bill
provides for paying all that tho exist
, ent corporation has expended,and a
I little gift besides by way of concili
ating the good will of tho share
( holders. But why not have done
with this company at once, when
. the government should take posses
sion of all its rights! It is doubt
less antioipated that in duo season
the government control would be
I abaudouod by reason of its voxa
1 tions, embarrassments, and uncon
I stitutional character, and that the
! private corporation would then re
1 sumo its position. This may as well
bo doue first as last; or tho private
company, when paid off, Bhould be
dissolved, aud tho government
I ownership and management of tho
I canal uudertakon without any fur
ther circumlocution or subterfuge.
Since tho canal would be iu foreign
countries its management could not
bo attached to the interior depart
ment, but it might bo mado a bureau
of the department of foreign affairs
or attached to the war dopartmout
or the navy department. It is quite
' probable that both tho war and
uavy departments, as well as tho do
: partmont of state, would have n
i great deal of employment iu Contral
America Bhould tho Nicaragua canal
bill become a law. Philadelphia
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clock or watch at Coast prices iu
speet the stock of Brown k Kubey,
at No. 1, Masonic Temple; there you
will find the largest variety in Ho
nolulu nt the lowest pricos; docks
and watches sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
mako a specialty of rubber stamps.
rilTT CI "TTHP '9 a fr"1' antl comprehensive
X XJl I O J VJ A example of a cheap and un
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cal aberration in such glasses as thore is abort ation of tho
mind in an insane person ; yet this is the general run of
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" During tho past wcok tho Hilo Sugar Company's mill exceeded any of
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preparation of tho cano by tho National Cano Shredder, recently erected by
"And by its use tho extraction has been increased from 3 percent to 5 por
cent on all kinds of cano, and in somo cases 80 percent has boon reached ;
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"I continuo to find tho megaes from shredded cuuo hotter fuel than from
"Tho shredder has been working day and night for sovon months and has
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