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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 18, 1895.
Th- 1'ubllc Schools will closo on Kill
DAY, April 12th, for tho Easter Vacation,
and reopen on MONDAY, April 2M.
lly orJcr o( the Hoard of Education.
J. K. SCOTT,
Honolulu, March 18, 1895
MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1895.
NEW OADLE 80HEMK.
International Telegraph With
Groat Britain Left Out
The consummation of tho plans
which nro now mado 'known for tho
first timo cannot fail to arouso keon
interest in Qroat Britain and
throughout Europe. Tho British
project of a cable fttartiug from Van
couver appears to be ended with tho
failuro of tho the Senate to so mod
ify our treaty with Hawaii as to let
tho British cablo land at Nuckar
TIih only recourse for Great Bri
tain would bo to induce Hawaii to
! broak this troaty obligation with tho
I United States, but it ii known posi
tively this will not bo done. Instead,
thereforo of a British cablo across
! the Pacific, as has long seemed
imminent, France, Russia, Japan
' and Hawaii are now nulling with
' American enterprixo to execute this
work of vast commercial and mill
. tary importance.
THE HIRAM BINGHAM
Jimelyjopies THERE'S ALMOST AS HUGH
Washington, March 8. When Con
gress failed to provide for building
the Hawaiian cable it by no moans
ended tho question. On tho con
trary, it has brought forward a pro
joct of international importance by
which Russia, France, Japan anil
Hawaii will join in an American en
tnrprtao for laying a cable from the
United States to Hawaii and thonce
to Japan, with branch cables to the
French islands and extensive naval
stations in tho South Pacific.
Tho negotiations with theso Gov
ernments havo proceeded quietly,
but with such satisfactory results
that they are well along toward
completion. A number of confer
ences have been hold with tho offi
cials of tho Japaneso Logation hero
and several phasosof tho subject are
now under negotiation between To
kio and Washington. Minister Ku
riuo is much interested iu tho pro
ject. It is probable that five or six
of tho most influential and wealthy
Japanese morchauts will be named
among tho incorporators.
France has also boon intoroslcd,
aud in tho course of tho negotia
tions sho has mado a suggestion to
Hawaii to tho effect that Freuch in
terests will bo bottor subserved by
having the cablo go via tho United
States. instead of Vancouver, which
would be controlled by Great Bri
tain. The chief interest of Franco
is iu securing cable connections with
Tahiti and her other Pacific pos
sessions and with her naval rendez
vous, which is now cut off from
Russia's interosts in the projoct
are regarded as even mora import
ant than thoso of Japan or Franco.
Russia's cable communication with
the Western Hemisphere is now
eastward through London or Paris
and this filtering of all her news and
official messages through Loudon iu
particular has long boon a source of
irritation. Tho Russian imperial
family already havo a cablo from
Vladivostock, tho oastorly point of
Siberia, to Japan, so the new line
would gjvo Russia through cable
communication oastward instead of
through London or Paris. Tho
military and strategic importanco of
this is very groat, for, should Rus
sia bo arrayed against tho triple alii
auce, sho could not communicato
westward, but could always main
tain communication eastward to tho
United States and to Franco. Ha
waii is also interested in tho enter
prise, as sho regards it as a practical
realization of her efforts to commu
nicate with the outer world.
Tho United States Congress failed
to act, and it also declinod to vacate
tho troaty in order to let Great
Britain build the cable. Under these
circumstaucos the new enterprise
with Russia, Franco and Japan
joining, has commended itself to
Minister Thurston, tho Hawaiian
Minister, and to other leading men
Tho foregoing governs tho inter
national scope of tho enterprise.
Tho American branch is on a simi
larly broad lino. Negotiations are
also in progress which cannot now
bo made public, by which a financial
house, known tho world over, will
be among the projectors.
Tho principal work of organiza
tion is being consummated here iu
Washington. ' he only question at
present is whether the incorporation
shall be uuder tho Stato laws of
Now York, Now Jersey, Maryland,
Virginia or California. Their ad
vantages are being compared and
the corporation will bo uuder the
State laws most favorable, An
otTort was made a few days ago, bo
fore Congress expired, to secure a
national incorporation, but it was
denied, as it threatened at the timo
to bo harmful to tho Govorumout'H
cable project then in conference
committee. It was not known
at that time that France, J('is-in,
Japan and Hawaii were iuto'oated
iu the project. But the failure to
secure a national charter has iu no
way (lliecLed the enterprise. The
organization will bo iiikI-t one of
the State laws, as heretofore stated,
and tliH arrangements are so far
along that the tiling of tho articles
of incorporation will ho during the
i Beturn of the Mlss'onary Schoonor
1 to San Francisco.
, Tho little missionary schooner Hi-
I ram Bingham arrived yestorday
from tho Marshall islands, in the
ooum seas, wiin tno exception oi
Captain Walkup no ono on board
could speak a word of English, tho
crew being composed entirely of na
tives of the islands. Tho schooner
was built iu this oily nearly two
years ago aud tho expedition just
ouucu vim nor ujuiuuu viiyuKV, BUU
having remained at tho islands ever
siuco her departure. Whon tho Hi-
ram Bingham left hero sho carried a
number of Boston missionaries, who
had been assigned to tho mission at
Jaluit, located rm ouo of tho Mar
shall group. Captain Walkup re
ports that all of thorn are doing
well, and that tho good work among
tho natives is meeting with unusual
succoss. Aftor taking on a quantity
of supplies needed at the missions
tho Hiram Bingham will rot urn.
Sun Franeirco ChronkU, March 10.
By Xiowia J. Lovuy
, Special Stole of Plants
' On THURSDAY, Murch 21,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
, I will aril at 1'ubllc Aui'lon, at my Sales
room, a Klue Assortment of
Fe'us, Hanging tMes, Palms, H , Eta
1 On vluw ihiy lfirH solo.
Lewis T Levoy,
1230 31 AUOTIOXKEK.
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fO INCH QAUOE.
Just arrived per Hark "H. F. Ola-Ju"
in quantities to salt '
II. IIACKFELD & CO.
I Tho business of tho country is
sottling into its formor groove. Our
I gentlemanly driver has returned
I from his vacation, the cows iu tho
pasturo switch ilies instead of bul
lets with their tails and the cream is
' richer in consequouco. Wo boliovo
wo havo satisfied overy ono of our
customors who have taken milk from
us aud wo are in a position to sup
ply a great many more. Tho people
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao during tho past two weeks
havo had an opportunity to see just
what sort of diet our stock feeds
upon, aud no longer wonder at the
richness of tho milk from our dairy
Our facilities for dolivery aro tho
best. With tho exception of a day
or two early iu the late uupleasaut
iiHsa our drivers hav always boon
on time at our customers' residences.
Wo take thi opportunity to thank
thoce who have linen patient with us
aud to solicit a continuance of their
patronage. Wo will be ploasod to
till all orders telephoned to us and
guaranteo all milk to be pure and
free from adulteration.
Tun WAIALXH RNJfcl.
Hakalau, Hawaii, ?
February 10, 1895.J
Mn.'-E. It. Hesdhy, President aud
Malinger Hawaiian Hardware
Compauy, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo use tho Avory Stubble Diggor,
Fertilizer Distributor and Cano
Cultivator. They savo labor and do
ho work claimed for thorn. Tho
Stubblo Digger I consider a parti
cularly good implement.
Manager Hakalau l'lautatiou Co.
The Haitian Hardware to, Ltd.
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 wcmld refuse to send
them to this country would it
be considered a square deal?
The planters on Hawaii who
are using these diflfeient imple
ments are well satisfied with
them and are willing to recom
mend them to other managers.
They are coming more and more
into jreneral use: in another
year there will not be a planta- I
tion on the Islands that will I
not use them. The following
letters from such prominent
nianagers should be convinc
ing proof of their superiority:
Onojiea Scoab Cojipant, I
Papaikou, Hawaii. Fob. 25, 189."i.j
Mn. Joh.v A. Scott, Waiuakti, Hawaii.
Deak Sin. Tho Onomea Sugar
Company has now in use three of
tho Stubble Diggers.
I think theso machines aro iudis
pensablo for tho propor cultivation
We havo novor had an implement
that would so thoroughly loosen tho
earth around the stools, and put tho
soil in such condition that tho air,
moisture' aud fertilizer would so
readily find accoss to the fine roots
of tho cane aud tho soil around
I am glad to testify to tho morits
of theso tools. Tho Sugar Land
Disc Cultivators arrived too late for
much use iu the cultivation of tho
last young plant aud rattoons, but I
boliovo they will prove to bo vory
useful aud labor-saving implements
in districts where caue is raised
Wm. W. Good a tx,
Manager Onomea Sugar Company.
Hutchinson Plantation Coupant,
March 1st, 1895
E. It. Hendry, Esq , Hawaiian Hard
Deaii Sir: In answer to your let
tor inquiring about the Avery Stub
ble Digger and Fertilizer Distribu
tor, I would say that the fact that
wo have just received the second
Stubblo Digger speaks for itself.
Wo havo dug over four hundred
acres of rattoon stools aud considor
it will be a great benefit.
The Fertilizer Distributor is a
good thing ami has effected a mate
rial saving of labor in tho applica
tion of Fertilizer aud applies it hot
ter than cnu be done by hand.
Theso machiuos aro very simple
aud well constructed and we havo
had no trouble with tho working of
thorn and wo consider thorn ono of
tho most useful labor saving ma
chines that can bo used on planta
tion. Yours Truly,
G. 0. Hewitt,
Manager II. S. P. Co.
To the Proper Fit oi the Frame
as to the Glass Itself . . .
You'd got but poor
Glass, if tho frruno
you liko " Biuter
wall." Glussos fitted
Notico how nicoly
they look. Suroly
detract from your
results from the best
holding them fitted
street's papor on tho
.by us look liko this.
thoy sit. How well
such Glasses do not
appearance. . . .
3' For n Proper Fit in both Glasses and Frame, consult always
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