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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH G. 1895.
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I'lnljed to ncithtr Sect nor 1'iirty,
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH G, 189."..
Mr. l'ottiyrow, llio now Senator
for South Dakotn, has ot into a
stow, ns his iolitical quotn, nil just
ht'cnuso ho espoused tho c.iuo Unit
sm lost, nt groat co.t, whou Now
loiu mot defeat, with tho ro.valUt
suite, on tho IhmrIiIs of Molliili.
It would appear, from an account
b'ivimi olst'whoro, t lint tho .lnauu.u
have strong qualities a3 administra
tors, besides proviuK themselves of
liijjh rauk in deeds of valor on field
ami Hood. Their n-Btilatious for
governing tho conquered districts of
China wotdd relied credit upon
oithor American or British triumph
ant belligerents in similar circumstances.
According to a shrewd commer
cial magnate, who has juu returned
to Washington Statu from Japan,
tho ''Land of tho Ilising Suu" is go
ing to make conquests of peace as
surprising as those sho h making in
war buforo tho world. Depend upon
it, Japan is a Powor that must bo
taken into account in tho future by
all Powers concerned in tho develop
ment of Pscifii! trade and cointnorco.
Hawaiian!, tho reverso of which if i
adopted by the authorities might
have saved suffering upon ouo siilo j
and untold expenre to tho country
upon tho othor.
Germany has not lot go its claim
of preponderating interests in Sa
moa, according to the latest news.
Whether tho United States will nd- ,
hero to its treaty pro-uinplion on
(ho magnificent harbor of Pago
Pago or not remains to bo seen. It
is hard to see, however, how a coal
ing station, lino as it is in natural
features, will not "cent more than it '
comes to," to the United States, un
loM.tho Oreat Republic hni an im
perial policy In view which would
L'o entirely ine in? intent with the
gone?! of the nation and the genius
of her Constitution. Tho very '
theory that tho United States re
quires a naval or coaling station in
thosw waters implies that sho is de
sirous of being a thorn in tho side of
British supremacy in that quarter,
, where British enterprise has install,
ed civil!, iliou as an oasis in a savage
desert. Iter interests are safe for a
hundred years there, just ns much
ns British interests are safe under
tho watchenro of tho United States
in Hawaii, if tho United States only
accepts tho trust openly reposed in
her, in that regard, by tho British
Frederick Douglass's name will
rank with that of Lincoln and
Grant in the history of the United
States for the latter half of the
nineteenth century. Having fulfill
ed more than the allotted span of
humau existence, it is idle to indulge
in regret over his end however great
tU blank it croates. "It is appoint
ed unto all men onco to die," and
Douglass had well filled up the tuea
Hire of his years. In tho words of
the negro salvation hjinu, though his
skin was black his soul was white.
Thero is little risk for tho bst of
white men to pray that thoir last
end may bo like his.
If you want to buy n really good
clock or watch nt Coast prices in
spect, tho stock of Brown k Kubey,
at No. -1. Masonic Temple; thero you
will find the largest variety in Ho-
' uolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kubey
make a specialty of rubber stamps.
UMNO MY TKMI'MUKY All-
cenco from the Huwn Inn lslatnl. I)n
H. V, Murhay will nUeili' to mv iirnctlun
and act for in In ttt inut'entof t.uslneiis
under n full rower of altnmiv
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Distance often lends something
worse than enchantment to tho view.
There is a popuhr impression that
the Emperor of China is an ogro of
ficially and a thug personally. In
formation thai. Booms to bo authentic
is given in our foreign nowsoxcorpts,
to tho offeet that his seroue mighti
ness, tho despot of tho flowery king
dom, has a good deal of tho milk of
humau kiuduoss ;n his composition
after all. He is slow to bloody veil
goance, according to tho accouut,
against roeroaut military and naval
otlicers, and will not havo thoir
heads without giviug thorn a square
chauco to ret rlovo thoir first blunder.
U'HITl' t.. IMS 1.MTI I.
tr jiowrr of attorney lo net for .1. 0,
Whllu itiul 0 L. ltitninn durlui tlielr nb-
, tenco In connection with tho Nntlniml
Iron Works. ltr.lMt
DltS ItltODIKANDMUKHAY HAVE
rtiuuvoil from Hi rutanlu street to the
premises on Kurt street, below Drrctniii.i,
formerly occupied liv Win. 0. Irwin, Kin.
I VZL !.
A YOUNG MAN HKBIDING WITH
his parents, who writes a good
hnndnndli willing to learn a Mercantile
, Jtuilness. Address, stating ni.e, '"X.,"
1 Uuli.kti.n- Ouleo. liTO-lw
Great Britain, according to tho
parliamentary dialogue elsewhoro re
porto), lakes for granted that,
through treaty conditions, sho will
havo something to do with the Nica
ragua Canal if it bo built. It will
also be noticed that sho takes an im
perial interest in the Pauifio cable
business, and hai bomo doalings
therewith of importance which cau
not at present be divulged. All this
goes to show that any maritimo
powor that negloots tho Pacific now
or honcoforth will not know what
she sacrificoj until tho prize be gone
from her grasp. Woudor If Unolo
Sam will not "take a tumblo" to
himself with regard to this wide
wash of salt water whoro ships float!
WANTKI) A SMAItT ENERGETIC
luun, who la not afraid of work, to
enter an Importing House, in Honolulu,
liavim; a ko 1 connection and which it
cuiuth'o of liolnt,' extended. Preference
will he Riven to one acquainted on the
Island. All communicatloni will he trent
ed as strictly confidential, and returned if
duilred. A good living salary guaranteed
oran Interest in tho hiiMnem. Must have
hoiiin capital. Principals only treated with.
For further particulars address.
X Y. 55
1280-tf Hulllktin Office, Honolulu.
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NOTION 13 IIEKEItY GIVKN TO AIL
persons that there dm at the Govern
ment I'ou id at Mnklkl, March (J, 1805, 2
Kiiray Hortes, viz.:
1 Hay Mre lirnuded "H3" on right hind
U'K, white spot on foreht-ad
i 1 liny Mare without brand, tail trimmed,
wulto streak on forehead, right forego
white, others black.
1 A ny person or pereons owning these ani
mals are requested to come mid take the
I tamo on or before 12 o'clock noon SATUR
DAY, March 10th, othcrwlru said aiilmajs
! will ho fold nt public auction on mi Id data
i nnd honr. W. KAAl'A,
, 1280 3t Pound Master.
Handicraft has tho right of it in
some at least of its reflections ou
tho late uupleasautuoss. It is no
ticoablo that even tho Star has boon
thrown into a state of communing
with itself by the remarks of tho
little paper from tho uativo indus
trial school. This is uouo too soon
it has como to reflect, for there is
nothing blacker iu the record of tho
past two years, nor which has boen
more provocative of mischief, than
the dastardly attitude of the Star
toward tho original people of this
country and toward all persons in
whom thoy reposed confidence, no
matter whother mistakon confidence
or otherwise. That papor simply
represented tho polioy of humilia
tion instead of conciliation of tho
The Hawaiian Tramway Co,, L'd
NIGHT TKAFKIO IS NOW KE3UMED
on (he old time schedule
Last car leaves Pulamu for Walklkl 0:17
Last car leaves Palatini for Town and Pu
iialiou via King street, 10:17 p. in,
Last car leaves WnlkikiforPaliinm, 10:10
Uist cur leaves Port street for Walklkl.
10:5 p. in.
I Qnmln... U.K.. ...
uiitiuuuj n, iii,; p. in.
Last car leaves Fort street for Pulnmn.
Last car leaves Nmiaiiu Valley for Town
and Punahou, 10:30 p. m.
Last car leaves Pmiuhou for Town and
Nuuuim Vulley, 9:50 p. in.
Last car leaves Queen street for Nuuunu
Valley, 10:11 p. in.
Iist car leaves Town for Punahou via
Hcretanla btreet, 10: 13 p. m, 1277-lw
Daily Jiulletin 60 ce.nU per month.
March 4, 1S95.
The fourth of Aarch is al- (
ways a gala day in Washington '
on account of the gathering of
the clans. This time it is par
ticularly "gala" on account of
the change in the politics of a '
majority in Congress. While
they have not the necessary
two-thirds majority to pass bills
over the President's veto they
can make it very interesting.
Legislation will probably be so
clogged through fillibustering
that the newspapers in the States ,
1 will spend the next six months 1
I crying "Wolf."
The success of the Avery j
Plantation Improvements is far ,
, beyond our expectations. The
planters using them on Hawaii
iare as pleased with them as(
men who recognize a good
1 thing when they see it can be.
I We publish below a couple
jof letters received from well
. known managers on Hawaii:
! Onomea Sugar Co.
February 2 5, 189 J.
Au. John A.Scott,
"The Onomea Sugar Co., has
now in use three of the SJub
"I think these machines are
indispensable for the proper
cultivation of rattoons.
"We have never had an im
plement that would so thor
oughly loosen the earth around
the stools and put the soil in
J such condition that the air,
j moisture and fertilizer would
! so readily find access to the
j fine roots of the cane and the
roots around them.
i "I am glad to testify to the
j merits of these tools, the
sugar land Diso Cultivatiors
, arrived too late for much use
in cultivation of the last young
plant and rattoons, but 1 be
lieve they will prove to be very
useful and labor saving imple
ment in districts where cane is
raised without irrigation.
W. W. Goodale.
Ar. Ross, manager of Ha
kalau Plantation has the im
plements in use and says:
February, 16, 1895.
To Ar. E. R. Hendry,
President and Alanager, Ha
waiian Hardware Co., Hono
We use the Avery Stubble
Digger Fertilizer Distributor
and Cane Cultivator. They
save labor and do the work
claimed for them. The Stub
ble Digger I consider a particu
larly goou implement.
j We keep all of these imple
ments in stock and will be
I pleased to show them or mail
; photographs to parties interest
, ed in the cultivation of sugar
L. B. Kerr '
is tho only
man in IIo
JCS The Automatic Pkaw. Skwxio Maohixk with
the Latest Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Heavy Work To Pin chasers: Instructions in Arisene,
Tinsel, Schnellc and Fanny Hmbroidery Work will he given.
Tbe Hawaiian Hardware Go, Lid
OyiMilt ftprJu,W Kloofc,
Hinds' A lmond
Unsurpassed as a Toi'et fiiuisiio.
pace and lips,
Superb Just After Shaving.
Huihon, V. It., l-'eb. 21, ISM.
Mr A. B. Hikix,
Dcnrl-ir: I think it my duty to wrttM joiln toiirj to jour
wonderful Ho-sly and Ai.uonii Cream.' Wh' ii 1 comiiiin'ccd using
It, my hand!) would crack upon, nnd wore ho bail !lit I could not
cloetliem without making them lilciul. n'i'i mv f-co wast oii;ti
and chopplnu' I havo had one b.vilv, nnd m ban ' mid dico aro
rutiiely cured, and I think It my duty to jirilx.t this wonderful re
medy. 5li-M Mary l Durant
Recommended by Ladies Everywhere
FOR SALE BY w
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
from all the Celtbr
Factories In the United
Stoles SSLSKiW tm'l'.Tn
IMl'OUTERS. WHOLESALE AND ItKTAIL DKALEKS IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars,
BCOXiXjXSOPBIR Sz oo.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
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