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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 19. 1895.
THE ANNEXATION POLICY.
Senator Lodge ha given away tho
Boeret of these protestations that
havo bi-on uiado nt Washington at
tho indiirorenco of tlm present ad
ministralion to Hawaiian matters.
II Fays that h wants to havo tho
islands annexed to tho United Slates,
and ou that account is obviously de
sirous that tint United States should
put itself and keep itself in evidence,
at Honolulu nil tho time. So far as
tho present government is concerned,
not a scintilla of evidence has been
given that it is not abundantly able
to defend itelf. It represents, as
wo have repeatedly said, tho larger
part of tho wealth, intelligence and
oiunrpriso of tho community. It is
distinctively tho rule of an aristo
cratic few, who certainly would
prove falso to their American train
ing if they were not nblo to hold in
check and govern in an autocratic
manner a relatively poor, semi-ignorant
and discordant multitude of
This little group of Americans
who havo gono to Hawaii and who
have taken possession of the laud,
the business and tho government of ,
tho islands, are in no need of having '
the warships of the United Stabs
sunt there to help them against tho
native or immigrant inhabitants,
nor is there tho least danger
though for political purposes Sena
tor Lodge and others pretend that
there is - that England, France,
Germany or Russia will interfere
and endeavor to take control. Tho
only possible daugor iu tho future
will be from Japau, and tho Japa
nese are at present altogether too
much preoccupied with the war they
are engaged in waging against China
to make it at all probable that they
would aroti'o the hostility of tho
United States, as well as Englaud
and France, by nn entirely gratui
tous interference in Hawaii.
Hut if it is shown that Hawaii,
with its independent government es
tablished and maintained by colouiz
ing Americans, can support itself
without trouble, particularly if its
independence is guaranteed by the
United States, it will thn become '
eatirely useless to urge tho plan of
annexing tho archipelgo as a menus
of preventing fc reign powi rs from
taking possession of it. For this
reason tint is, to pretont such an
outcome Sonator Lodge and others ,
are desirous that American warships
should be permanently stationed at
Honolulu, aud wo daresay ho would
not object if a force of United States
troops was lauded and permanently
quartered upon the islands. It is '
simply a laud-Krabbiug policy that
Senator Lodge i3 iuterest-d in pro-1
muting, aud he does not wish the
administration to thiow any obsta
cles across the way of the easy evo
lution of this schomo. '
To our mind such a change of
policy ou the part of tho United
States Government would be soii-'
ously detrimental to our national
interests. If we can annex Hawaii
we could also, with equal justice,
annex Nicaragua or one of the states
of South America, if a system of
American colonization is made pre
cedent to the act. Hut apart from
this question of the policy of thus
indefinitely extending tho bounda
ries of our couutry, there is the fur
ther question of takiug in a section
containing a mixed population un
fitted for a republican form of gov
ernment. If Hawaii was aunoxed
there is no reason that can bo shown
why tho political rights that are
now freely granted to the negroes
in tho South, no matter how igno
rant Ihoy niay be, should be denied
to tho Uawaiiaus who havo been
taught to read and write, aud so far
as these tests aro concerned are
vastly tho superiors of tho colored
population south of Mason aud
For Mr. Lodge and his friends to
gut into a state of fiuo indiguatiou
because tho political rights of tho
negroes aro denied, aud at tho samo
lime to establish a system of govern
ment for Hawaii that denies these
political rights to tho natives of tho
islauds, would bo, wo should sup
pose, too illogical a position for oven
a Republican politician to assume.
For ourselves wo very much prefer
not to incroaso the burdens that are
already thrown upou our system of
popular suirrage, and wo should hold
the annexation of Hawaii to bo ob
jectionable iu almost every respoot.
If Senator Lodgo wishes to enlarge
tho boundaries of his country wo
should adviso him to turn his atten
tion northward toward Newfound
land, whore a country cau bo found
the majority of whose pooplo would
bo only too glad to havo the United
States take them uuder its care,
where all the people are of our own
race, aud whore, it may bo added,
tho development of natural resources
would tend a hundredfold more to
tho prosperity of New England
which Mr. Lodge should nroporly
ropresont than any gain that this
seetiou of the country can hope to
draw from these faraway islands of
I - i
Native Rebels on Trial Before the
I Military Commi3Bion.
i , I
i AFTERNOOX SESSION.
Court convened at 1:30 o'clock.
Marshal Hitchcock, sworn, stales:
Know Georgo Markham; ho has
been iu tho employ of tho govern
ment as secret police; ho has stood
watch at W. O. Smith and President
Dole's residence; did not see him
again after the Knkaako affair; you
did not roport any Waikiki affair to
W. O. Smith slated tho asiKn-
ment of Markham as watchman nt
his house, aud of Ids being laissing
from his yost on Nmv Year's night.
Knukali and his wife Pau saw
Markham at Kaalnwni; he cauio out
fit rtin the morning; ho talked with
Carl Liickeuvillo also saw Mark
ham at Knalawai.
Georgo Townsend saw Markham
when ho was brought in by natives
who said he was a spy.
LUnahopu and Sam Kanahelo saw
Matthew, Knhopuwaiki, Katnnli and
Kauwouaolo at Rosa's houso, Kaala-
Court adjourned until 9:30 o'clock
It's almost as easy for a
horse fed on California
Feed Co.'s Hay and
Grain to draw his loud
as it is for this big ele
phant to draw his. We
pay the highest price and
get the beftt there is to
be had. Our prices are
as low as the lowest.
Prompt delivery. Both
Telephones 121. . . .
The business of the country is
settling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, tho cows in the
pasture switch llies instead of bul
lets with their tails aud tho cream is
richer iu consequence. Wo believe
wo havo satisfied every ono of our
customers who have t a Icon milk from
us aud wo aro in a position to sup
ply a groat mauy more. Tho pooplo
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao during the past two weeks
havo had an opportunity to see just
what sort of diet our stock feeds
upon, and uo longer wonder at tho
I richness of tho milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro the
best. With tho exception of a day
. or two early iu tho late unpleasant
' uess our drivers havo always been
on time at our customers' residences.
I Wo tako this opportunity to thank
I those who have been patient with us
aud to solicit a continuance of their
patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
j fill nil orders telephoned to us and
I guarauteo all milk to be puro and
free Irom adulteration.
Tiik AVAIALAE RAJSC1I.
M. T. DONNELL,
PATENTEE AND SOLE MANUFACTURER
New Patented Poi Strainer
All Orders or Communications
addressed to K. O. Hall &, Bon, L'd.,
(who have them on sale), or to M. T.
Dounell, will receive prompt attention, i
Pare Guava & Poha Jelly
Put up by Mm. A. 1. JONES.
12101 Agents, Queeu Street. flm I
If A 1
tgiF grj? s;
AH Run Down
Always Tired, Clcoploss and
Blood Vitalized and Strength Re
ncwed by Hood's Sarsnparllla.
"C. I. Hood It Co., Lowell, Mas J. i
" For a coujils of years, I was sulijtct to feel
ing anything but good. I always felt tlrod, t
could not sleep at night ami the little I could
eat did not icem to boncflt me any.
I Did Not Havo Any Ambition
to go around or work and In fact was not able t
I do a good day's work. I happened to pick uu a
circular embracing adrcrtlscmenU and testi
monials for Hood's Barsaparllla, and after read-
, tnc them decided to give flood's Sarsaparllla a
' trlaL I have taken five bottles and must say
that I hare derived wonderful benefit from It and
Fool Like a Now Man.
I I would recommend It to all sufferers and would
i urge them not to hesitate but to decide at ones
! to tako Itood'a Sarsaparllla." PAOLM.WEiinn,
j 1U2 North Tenth Strcot, Reading. Pennsylvania.
Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient, yet
I easy lu action. Sold by all drugghts. 23c
1 Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
i Sole Agents fur tho Republic of Hawaii.
will tell you
it Is the
FOK SALE 11Y THE
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Aunnti fur the Hawaiian Islands.
P. C. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
Sufc Deposit? luvestatCo.
NO. 108 FORT BIURET.
DSt. SAFES of Various 6lr.es for Bent
by the Month or Vonr.
m VAULTS, open from 8:30 a. m.
until 1 r. m. except ou Saturdays, when
tlioy will bo closed nt 2:30 r. m.
t-WE Buy Mid Sell F.rst-class
STOCKS nnd HONDS mid make ad
vanccs on Borne.
A ONE UNDIVIDED TWENTIETH
share In tho Abupuna of 11 on ok tm
situate in South Komi, Hnwall, containing
an area of (157d Acres, aud being Apana 0
of It. P. (J357, L. 0. A. 7713. There are 328
0-10 Acres to every share. This land ad
joins Knlahlkl on the South and Is a valu
able properly. A uood deal of It Is suit
able for Colleo, and tho balance for pastur-
it mi It llAt. n.n. 1 lnn!rtin In.ulli.i P.litn
fS .UltOHlHI IIUUKVUU lUltUlllkl lllkU
$WU Title porftet; warranty doed, ac
knowledge I and stamped, Riven to pur'
chaser. For further particulars apply to
' J. M. MON'SAltUAT.
Honolulu, January, i, 1W. 1228-tf
O. B. DWIQHT
Dof u nil kinds of Work In
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing.
He bus on hind a lar;" snpply of Chi
DPte Orauue I'nri and always kfeps Ha
waiian CurbliiK Stune. F.'tlnmtHt L-lven
and lowest lirics nsi.ii ted. Hell Teleplione
' 20 lbs. W
Honolulu, II. I.Jauuary 7, 1805.J
Tho right of WRIT OF HABEAS
CORPUS is hereby suspended and
MAHTIAL LAW is instituted aud
established throughout the Island
of Oahu, to continue until further
notice, duriug which time, however,
tho Courts will continue in sosion
and conduct ordinary business as
usual, except as aforesaid.
By tho President:
SANFORD B. DOLE,
President of tho Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
SPECIAL ORDERS No. 31
MAJOR MoLEOD, commanding
First Regiment, N. O. H., is hereby
ordered to causo John Mahuka,
Kaliikuewa, Liwai Kamoakani alias
(Pipi), Kaoua, Puualua, Samuel Ka
lalau, Patrick Lane, Kilohana, Ma
nuel Kuhio, Henry Mahno, Samuol
K. Kaloa, Nahaikuahiuo aud Tom
Pedro, prisouers under arrest on tho
charge of treason, to be transferred
to the custody of tho Marshal.
By order of tho Commandor-in-
J NO. H. SUPER,
Adjutaut-Goueral's OfUce, Hono
lulu, February 12, 1893.
SPECIAL ORDERS No. 31.
Tho following appointment is
hereby announced for tho informa
tion of tho National Guard of Ha
waii. A. G. M. Robertson, to be Aid-do-Camp
ou tho Gonoral Staff with
rank of Captain, from February 11,
Captain A. G. M. Robertson will
act as Judge Advocate on tho Mili
tary Commission now in session in
this city, vico Captain W. A. Kinney,
rolioved from said duty.
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief.
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutaut-Goueral's OQlce, Hono
lulu, H. I., February 11, 1893.
Geneiul Headquarters, Republic
Adjutant General's Office,
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, H. I.,
January 10, 1893,
SrEciAL Odder No. 25.
Order for a Military Commission,
A Military Commission is heroby
ordered to moot at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, on Thursday, tho 17th day
of January, A. D. 1895, at 10 o'clock
a. in., aud thereafter from day to day
for the trial of such prisoners as
may bo brought boforo it on tho
charges and specifications to bo pre
sented by tho Judgo Advocato.
Tho OlUcors composing tho Com
1. Colonel William Austin Whit
ing, First Regiment, N. G. II.
2. Lioutenont-Colouol J. H.Fisher,
First Regiment, N. G. H.
3. Captain C. W. Zieglor, Compa
ny F, N. G. H.
1. Captain J. M. Catnara, Jr., Com
pany O, N. G. H.
C. Capttiu J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
N. G. H.
0. Captaiu W. O. Wilder, Jr., Com
pany D, N. G. U.
7. First Lieutenant J. W. Jones,
Company D, N. G. II.
Captain William A. Kinney, Aid-do-Camp
on General Staff, Judgo
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief.
(Signed) JNO. H. SOPER,
Under MARTIAL LAW every
porson found upon the stroots or
in any public place botween tho
9:30 P. M. and 5 A. M.
will bo liable to arrest, unless pro
vided with a pass from Military
Hoadquartors of the Marshal's
The gathering of crowds is pro
hibited. Auyono disturbing tho peace or
disobeying orders is liable to sum
mary arrest without warrant.
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief,
J. H. SOPER,
From nnd after date LIQUORS OF AM.
DESOiilPriONU Will bn allowed to be
sold nt ttio Licensed Saloon, between tho
hours of 0 a. m. and 0. r. u., providing tho
fame be drank on tho premises.
No l.litrrs shall bo taken away from
such fcaloons except Beer, Ale aud Stoat.
Any violation of this will causo such Sa
loon to bo immoJIatcly closed. Tho pres
ence of any person under tlm Inlluenco of
liquor upon any saloon prerol-cs will also
be siilllclont to causo such Saloon to bo Im
K. a. HITOHCOCIC,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
February 0, 1S93. 1250-tf
SPECIAL ORDERS, No. 20.
Tho Military Commission now in
sossion in this city, convened by
Special Orders No. 25, dated January
10, 1895, from theso Headquarters
will hold its sossious without regard
By order of the Commaudor-in-Chiof.
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutant-General's Ofllce, Hono
lulu, January 19, 1895. 1213-tf
AH porsous aro hereby notifiod
that thoy aro strictly forbidden to
uso firo crackers, Chiueso bombs or
any fireworks whatover within the
limits of Honolulu.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
All bills agaiust tho Polico De
partment, contracted between Jan.
G aud Feb. 11, aro ordored to be pre
sented to tho Marshal boforo Fob.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
On and aftor this dato, all porsous
wishing passes, will please call bo
tween tho hours of 11 and 12. m.,
aud 7 and 9 r. m., for tho samo.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
.Marshal Ropublio of Hawaii.
Honolulu, February 9, 1893.
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Estimates given on all kinds of
BTONE.OONOBETK & I'LASTEU WOKK
MU COKCBETV A BFI0ULTT -1
JOHN F. BOWLER.