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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 11. 1895.
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MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1893.
COURT ON KAUAI
Thorn h an nrtiulo from tliu Ita
vimv of. Uiviows on tho Pacific oablo
question reproduced in this issuo.
ApnrL from nomu of tho slipslio I
features of that periodical, both in
facta and in stylo, it fairly ropruyuuta
what ought to bo expected of an
American policy in tho uiiltur. To
provo what U remarked as to 'lip
shod features in that periodical, it is
only necessary to ftiy that, in tho
tamo Issuo, thu Review makes tho
Dominion of Canada leu years older
than it is, aud uses tlio archaic namo
of this group "Sandwich Iolanda"
porjistoully throughout tho arti
cle. Tho arliclo is poifectly riht,
however, in its declaration of what
tho cable policy of tho United States
ohould bo. That uation holds the
paramount foreign interests in these
islands, aud ought if she would pre
serve such iutoroats livo up lo Ilium.
Jhit there appears to bo too much
of "hayseed" influence- in her coun
sels to roalizn Iho importance of tho
nation's maritime interests hero. In
consequence all that has been done by
the United Status has been through
executive action that dictated excel
lent surveys of route, upon which
any cable exports could act in laying
a cable. So far as American legisla
tion is concerned, no adequate en
couragement is given for tho realiza
tion of tho consummation so devout
ly to b- wished. Tho Roviow speaks
of a cable between tho United States
and Japan by way of Hawaii as tho
American scheme. In point of fact,
tho original British scheme was a
cable from British Columbia to con
nect with India by way of Japan.
Lattorly, however, tho British
imperial idea has been to couuect
the two grout British colonies of
Canada aud Australasia direct by
way of couvouiont groups bo
tweeu. Another blunder tho Re
view makos is to speak of tho
Canadian end as the terminus of tho
Northern Pacific railroad. It has
never learned, apparently, lhat Van
couver is tho terminus of tho Cana
dian Pacific railway aud not of tho
Northern, a different concoru al
together with its terminus on United
States territory in 1'ugot Sound. If
it wore only a commercial cable that
was in question, tho IWiow'a re
marks to tho effect that ouly ollico
room at Honolulu was needod would
bo perfectly souud. But British in
terests in the Pacific are so groat
that tho Imperial Government is a.
disposed to aid a cablo that will not
bo under British control. If she
cannot obtain lhat advantage- Groat
Britain is not oagor to assist Ameri
can commerco by securing a cablo
for its preponderant buuofit at these
inlands. Tho island she wauls
Neckor is really not an integral
pnrt of tho Hawaiian group,
and it is an absolutely deport
rock whoro nobody lives. Tho
Hawaiian Government uny have
done tho right thing by hurrying a
steamer to confirm Hawaii's claim
on the island, or it may havo pre
vented cablo communication be
tween Iho outside world aud Hawaii
for a score of years. One thing is
certain, however, natnoly: if the
United States pursues its dog-in-tho
manger policy for long, Great Bri
tain will have cablo communication
with both Australia and Japau, in
side of five years, while Hawaii will
remain boroft of cable advantages
until tho United States finds it is
necessary to give them to hor for
puroly political considerations and
tho promiso of exclusively local traf
lio to roiiubureo hor for the expendi
ture. It is a marvol that tho United
States Congress cannot soo tho real
Young Ileo in Trouble
Young Ileo, tho wealthiest China
man mi Maui, is charged with bribery
of tho polico. His premises at Wai
luku were raided, and (5 tins of
opium and 25 pipes were seized.
Two Chinos woro arrostod aud hav
ing pleaded C'ilty wore fiued 250
Calendar of Casus Heard this Term
and their Disposition
Deputy Attorney-General Robort
son, Paul Neumann and A. W. Car
ter, attorneys, W. L. Wilcox, Hawai
ian interpreter, aud C. A. Doyle,
' Japanese interpreter, returned from
Nawiliwili, Kauai, where thoy at
tended Circuit Court, on tho steamer
Mikihala Sunday morning. Follow
ing is a list of the case heard aud
their disposition be Judgo Hardy:
CRIMINAL GAStSn HAWAIIAN JUItV.
Republic vs. Hairarua and 3 others,
larceny ot animals, appoal from Ha
ualoi. Verdict not guilty. Rosa for
Ivauoa I'ikao, selling liquor with
out lieemo, appoal from Lihue, Ap
peal withdrawn. Kauo for defend
ant IVL'iie, m liniint;, committal from
1 Waimea. Plea of guilty. Sentenced
to six months at hard labor aud to
pay a fino of $100 Kaulukou for
Goo. Rathburu, embezzlement,
appeal from Li hue; jury disagreed.
Kaulukou for defendant.
Keauaua, opium in possession,
appeal from Lihue. Appeal with-
drawn. Kauo for defemlaul.
viituiNAL casks ronuios junv.
1. Opfergolt, assault aud battery,
appeal from Haualoi. Verdict not
guilty. Carter for defendant j Nou
mauu assisting prosecution.
Ah Fat, opium in possession, ap
peal from llaualei. Nol. pros, en
: tered. Kaulukou for defendant.
Opai, opium in possession, appoal
from Lihue. Bail forfeited.
Honda and two others, larceuy of
poultry, appoal from Lihue. Kaulu
kou for defendants. Not heard.
Ahuua, bribery, commital from Li
' hue. Certificate filed declining to
present an indictment. Defendant
Two cases agaiust V. I. Donnelly,
assault and battery, appeal from
Hanalei. Bail forfeited in each
Ah Kui aud Ah In, opium iu pos
session, appeal from llaualei. Ap
Keuikoni aud Laisaug, opium iu
posiosion, appeal fioin Hanuloi.
Kunikeni withdraws appeal and Lai
Kauir uol. proVd. Kaulukou for de
fendant. Ah Ueo, opium in po'so'sion, ap
peal from Haualoi. Bui forfeited.
Ah Hu and eight others, gambling,
appeal from llaualei. Bail forfeited.
', L. Kahlbautn, assault and battery,
appeal from Koloa. Appeal with
drawn. L. Madoiros, assault w ith a woap iu,
committal from Koloa. Nol. pros,
entered. Rosa for dofendaut.
Ah Kaua, opium iu possession, ap
i peal from Uaualei. Nol. pros, en
tered. Rosa for dofendaut.
Iwami Kura, polygamy, commit
tal from Kawaihau. Certificate- filed
declining to prosecute.
Ah You aud seven others, gam
bling, appeal from Waimea. Rosa
for defendants. Not hoard.
Hashimoto and three others, as
sault and battery, appeal from Wai
mea. Verdict guilty. Soutoucod to
sixty days at hard labor.
M. Martiuez, larceny iu tho fourth
i degree, appeal from Waimea. Bail
i Wa Sing, perverting justice, ap
peal from Waimea. Nol. pros'd.
Rosa for defendant.
Mau Sik and two others, pervort
ing justice, appeal from Waimea.
Mau Salt uol. proVil. Pau Chiu and
Chin Lock plead guilty. Sentenced
to fair months' imprisonment at
h ird labor aud pay a fine of S'lOoaob.
Lung Fat, opium in possession,
appeal from Waimea. Bail for
foited. Hata Reyama and throo others,
conspiracy, committal from Wai
moa. Certificate filod deoliuiug to
Inadn, assault and battory, appeal
from Waimea. Plea of guilty. Son
loncod to six mouths' imprisonment
at hard labor and pay a hue of $50.
CIVIL CASKS HAWAIIAN JUrtV.
Kaehu (w.) vs. Kaulaula (w.) ot al.,
ejectment. Coutluued till uext
term. Kseo for plaintiff; Kaulukou
i for dofendaut.
civil cases jiixnn juriY.
I L. Poni (w.) vs. Koloa Sugar Co.,
suit to recover $15. PlaiutilFs ap
peal from Koloa. Kaulukou for
CIVIL CASES F0I1KI0.V JURY.
A. G. Brodio vs. I. Ogilvio, slander.
Verdict for defendant. Neumann
for plaintiff; Kinney for defendant.
Jury-waived and divorco cases
woro uot heard. One Japanoso cou
plo patched up their differences and
tho divorco suit was dropped.
.ri'HK ANNUAb MttKTINO OK THK
i ' Stockholders ol the Intkii Island
bTKAM Navigation Co., (IAt,)i will bu
le hi nt tlio Ollico of tho Company, on
UUKS1UY, March 10. 18IW, at 10 o'clock
A. m. V. II. McbKAN,
JJ you (ire out of Hill Heath, Jitter
Ilmih, tio., we can supply them.
March n, 1895.
Is Hawaii to be without a
cable through the action of the
United State Congress, or will
the people here awake from
their sleepy ideas and tell Un
cle Sam to do something or
let England have Necker Island
and go ahead with the work.
Hawaii is as much in need of a
cable as any place on the globe
and other governments need
the cable to Hawaii as much as
we do. Why then should the
government that feels a fatherly
interest in a country stand in
the way of its development.
Suppose the manufacturers
of the Avery Plantation Imple
ments would refuse (0 send
them to this country would it
be considered a square deal?
The planters on Hawaii who
are using these ditTeient imple
ments are well satisfied with
them and are willing to recom
mend them to other managers.
They are coming more and more
into general use; in another
year there will not be a planta
tion on the Islands that will
not use them. The following
letters from such prominent
managers should be convinc
ing proof of their superiority:
Onomea Scoar Company,
Papaikol', Hawaii, Fob. 25, 1895.J
Mn. John A. Scorr, Waiuaku, Hawaii.
Dear Sin Tho Onomea Sugar
Company has now iu use throo of
tho Stubble Diggers
I thiuk these machines are indis
pensable for tho proper cultivation
Wo have never had an implement
that would so thoroughly looson tho
earth around the stools, and put the
soil iu such couditiou that tho air,
moisture and fertilizer would so
readily find access to tho fine roots
of the cauo aud tho roots around
I am glad to testify to tho morits
of these tools. Tho Sugar Land
Disc Cultivators arrived too lato for
much use iu the cultivation of tho
last young plant and rattoons, but I
beliovo they will provo to bo very
useful aud labor-saving implements
in districts where cauo is raised
Wm. W. Good ale,
Mauager Onomea Sugar Company.
Hutchinson Plntation Company,
March 1st, 1895.
E. R. Hendry, Esq , Hawaiian Hard
Dear Sir: In answer to your lot
tor inquiring about tho Avery Stub
ble Digger and Fertilizer Distribu
tor, I would sav that tho fact that
we havo just received tho second
Stubblo Digger speaks for itself.
We havo dug over four hundred
acres of rattoou stools aud consider
it will bo a great benefit.
The Fortilizor Distributor is a
good thiug and has effected a mate
rial saving of labor iu the applica
tion of Fortilizer and applies it hot
ter than can bo done by baud.
Theso machines nro very simplo
aud well constructed aud we havo
had no trouble with tho working of
thorn and wo consider them one of
the most useful labor saving ma
chines that can be used on planta
tion. Yours Truly,
G. C. Hewitt.
Managor II. S. P. Co.
IIakalau, Hawaii, I
February 10, 1895.J
Mr. E. R. Hendry, President and
Managor Hawaiian Hardwaro
Comnauy, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo uso tho Avery Stubblo Diggor, i
Fortilizer Distributor and Cane i
Cultivator. Thoy save labor aud do
tho work claimed for them. Tho
Stubblo Digger 1 consider a parti
cularly good implement.
Mauager IIakalau Plantation Co.
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To the Proper Fit of the Frame
as to the GJass Itself . . .
You'd got but poor
OInss, if tho friuno
you liko " Baxter
wull." Glasses fitted
Notice how nicely
they look. Surely
detract from your
results from tho host
holding them fitted
street's pnpor on tho
by us look liko this,
they sit. How well
such Glusscs do not
uppenrnnco. . . .
SK For a 1'ropor Fit in both Glusscs and Frame, consult always
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