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THE DAILY 13ULLKTIN, MARCH 27. 1895.
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Holders of wnlcr privilege", or those
")iiig wntt-r rn'es, iiro hreby notified
that the lioiirt for lrrintlon tirporsnrr
from 7 to 8 oMock a. h and 5 to it o clocl;
p. m. ANDREW HllOWN,
Sitpcrlntutulf lit of Water Worli.
J. A. Ktso,
Minister of tlio Interior.
Hrnolnlii, March l. I i) lii.Mf .
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Vlnlgcd In wither Sect twr 1'nrty,
lint n$tabtithc(l for the Unx'ftt of All.
WEDNESDAY, MAHC11 27, 1893.
Strong words nro iisml ly a
Brooklyn prondiiT, an ruportod iu
another column, upon tlio matrimo
uial Kunppiiitf of American gold for
European title. Whon tlio loadiug '
nowspapors from tlio Atlantic to tlio
Pacific, as a bushiest speculation, '
pilo up columns of costly reports of
such wedding?, it would seem to bo
high time that voices cried out J
against tlio idolatry of wealth and
spurious rank. .
In IhisissuoacorrespouduuttroatB '
tho call for an annexation meeting '
as a device of tho Government to
fool tho people. On the coutrary, j
tho circumstances indicate that tho ,
mooting is called by sincere annex-:
atiouists, who have become suspi
cious that tho Gotorutnout is uot co
anxious as it should bo to-secure tho I
chief ond for which it was brought
into being namely, political union j
with the United States. :
LANSING OF JAPANESE.
As reported the othor day, Judge '
Cooper dismissed a writ of habeas
corpus sued out on behalf of a
Japanese immigrant, to whom tho
Uolleetor-Genoral of Customs ro
fused permission to land from the I
steamer Independent. Tho subject
of tho writ was rumauded to tho'
charge of the Collector-General, who
was thus judicially justified in re
fusing a lauding to tho seventy
Japanese, more or less, under deten-1
tiou by him. That ollicial's ground j
of refusal of pormif&ion to those
Japanese to laud was that, having
not come under con ti act to labor
liko tho six or seven hundred othor
immigrants by tho same ship, they J
wore required by law to exhibit i
fifty dollars each as an assurance '
that they would uot become an addi i
tiou to the vagrant class, and that
they did not exhibit that amount iu
legal tender money but iu drafts on
a Yokohainn bank. Tho Court de
cided that the point was well taken,
fortifying its decision with prior j
ones in tho same lino as to what j
constituted money. Notwithstand
ing the decision of the Court, tho i
Go eminent roloased tho delinquent i
immigrants and allowed thorn to
laud. It is said that they promised
to outer into contracts to labor, but
suppose they evade tho fulfilment of .
tho promise? Then they will go
whither they ploaso in town or coun
try, nud ontor into competition with
labor other thau agricultural. This
would bo a ploasaut subject of re- (
lloction, truly, to tho uiochauics and
tradosmou who havo supported tho
Government through all its vicissi
tudes! They hao lately soon
Japaueso taking tho placo of
Europeaus at tho trade of
stono masonry, in addition to thoir
crowdiug of several othor occu
pations in town, White and native
mechanics and storekeepers of Hono
lulu, whon thoy stood for restriction
of coolio labor immigration, havo al
ways admitted that tho planters
should havo what labor they need,
only stipulating that such labor
should be introduced under safe
guards against its being brought
into competition with other than,
plantation labor. Immigration legis
lation for many years past is stud
ded with purported safeguards of
that kind, which havo been fairly ef
fective with regard to tho Chi
nese. In tho case of tho seven
ty Japaueso just released, how
ever, neither tho labor immigration
law nor tho law to provont tho land
ing of undesirable persons seems to
havo been properly regarded. It is
the latter law that contains tho
fifty-dollar requirement. There ap
pears to havo been a deliborato at
tempt to oado this law in tho ease
of these Japanese. It is said their
pssago money was charg.nl against
the drafts, so that noun of them
would havo been possossod of tho
roquired amount, even if tho drafts
had been turned into money and
sent on board to thorn before they
landed. This jijggling with the law,
ou tho part of those who recruited
these Japanese, should, one would
think, lino tieeu ri'H'iitul by the
Government's refusal to all w llioin
to land under any conditions, in
stead of letting them como ashore
iu Urn f.ico of a judicial decision up
holding tho legality of their deten
tion on board tho steamer. The re
matk has been heard in the rauks of
some of tho earliest supporters of
tho Government that while no while
man can enter tho country without
fifty dollars iu lit- pocket, scores of
Japaiusu nro allowed that privilege
through some loophole if uot breach
of tlio law.
Since tho foregoing was written
further light has been obtained on
the matter. Tho drafts were sent
ashore and honored, and the cash
was taken out to the Japaueso
They then having $50 each in hand,
tho Collector General, through his
subordiuato tho Tort Surveyor, gavo '
them liberty to land. Iu tho mean-1
timo there being applications for i
their services from three leading
planters' agencies, they had agreed j
to enter into contracts for lihor.
After they had secured freedom to i
land on account of tho $50, two of ,
tho agencies objected to taking I
thorn, ou tho ground that, having
been allowed to laud apart from tho I
promise to contract, they would bo
too independent nud give troublo i
as iu tho cno of some of tin I
ttetitnla's iuuuigrauls similarly laud
ed. Therefore, the coutracts iu tho
cases of all but ten, taken by tho
third firm, wero off and the sixty re
maining Japanese landed iu tbo
couutry without any engagement to
work. If, as tho suspicion given j
abovo is, their pasago money came i
out of tbo fifty doll.tr., they or tlioir
agents havo simply secured their
outranco to tho country by a strata
gem that should be guarded againrt
in tho flit tiro.
Tho Mass Moo tine;.
The call for n mass meeting to nir
the views of the junta who just now
control affairs in this unhappy archi
pelago, ou the question of annexa
tion, remiuds mo of Abraham Lin
coln's statement: '"You cau fool
some of tho people all tho time, and
you cau fool all tho people soma of
tho timo, but you cau't fool nil of
tho people all of tho time." This
applies with oqual force to tho peo
ple of Hawaii as to tho pooplo of
Tho porsons who robbed the
Hawaiian of bis birthright cannot,
fool tho Hawaiian all tho time., Tho
native is uot nu annexationist at
heart any more than are thoso who
are trying to mislead him. Somo of
tho Amoricau peoplo may bo fooled
about annexation all tho timo, but
all of them cau't bo fooled all the
time, as recent Amoricau publications
show. An American geiitlomau said
to tho writer recoutly: "Our people
are becoming heartily tired of tho
Hawaiian question iu its boariug up
on our politics, aud that wo migjit
as woll work out our own case with
fear and trembling." No ouo will
question the fact that tho junta is
iloiug its share so far as to fear aud
trombliug. l'no Bono.
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast pneos in
spect tho stock of Brown & Kuboy,
at No. 4. Masonic Tomplo; thoro you
will find tho largest variety iu Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
aud watches sold on weekly aud
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
make a specialty of rubber stamps.
rpiu: undesigned jii:hi:iiy
A elves notice tliiv ho will not pay uny
Mils contracted by otliem without his writ
tun ordir. OKliitOi: MUNTYRK.
Honolulu, Mnrch '-'7, IS'tf. l'JUS-lvv
rpJIU ANNUAL MEETING OP TJtK
X Kaiuolam Paiik Association will
tako place at ttiu Otliee of W. O. Invlii X
Co., I.M., on MU DAY, April 1, 1605, at
10 o'clock A, M.
W. M. QirKAKD,
March 11, 1S95.
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 to send
them to this country would it
be considered a square deal?
The planters on Hawaii who
are using these difTei ent 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:
OXOMEA SUOAR CoMPANT, )
PAr-Aiitou, Hawaii, Fob. 25, 1895.J
Mn. John A. Scott, Waiuaku, Hawaii.
Deak Sin. Tho Onomea Sugar
Company has now iu use three of
tho Stubble Diggers.
I think these machines are indis
pensable for the propor cultivatiou
Wo havo never had au implement
that would so thoroughly loosen tho
oartlt around the stools, aud put tho
soil in audi couditiou that tho air,
moisture and fertilizer would so
readily find acco.s to the fine roots
of tho cano and tho soil around
I am glad to testify to tho merits
of these tools. Tho Sugar Laud
Dico Cultivators arrived too lato for
much use in tho cultivatiou of tho
last young plant nud rattoous, but I
believe they will provo to bo very
useful and labor-saving implements
in districts where cauo is raised
Via. W. Goodale,
Manager Onomea Sugar Company.
Hutchinson Plvntation Companv,
March 1st, 1895.
E. II. HExnuv, Esq , Hawaiiau Hard-
Deaii Sin: In answer to Your lot-
tor inquiring ab mt tho Avery Stub
ble Diggei and Fertilizer Distribu
tor, I oild say that tho fact that
wo havo just received tho socond
Stubble Digger speaks for itself,
Wo havo dug over four hundred
acres of rattoon stools aud consider
it will bo n great benefit.
Tho Fertilizer Distributor is a
got d thing and has effected a noto
rial saving of labor iu tho applica
tion of Fertilizer and applies it bet
ter than can be done by baud.
Thoso machines aro very simple
ami woll constructed nud wo havo
had no trouble with the working of
them nud v.o consider t hem ono of
tho most useful labor saving ma
chines that cau bo used ou planta
tion. Yours Truly,
G. C. Hewitt,
Manager H. S. P. Co.
IIaealau, Hawaii, )
February 10, 1895.5
MnE. R. HENnnt, President and
Mauagor Hawaiiau Hardware
Company, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo uso tho Avory Stubblo Digger,
Fertilizer Distributor and Cane
Cultivator. They save labor and do
tho work claimed for them. Tho.
Stubblo Digger I consider a parti
cularly good implomeut.
Mauagor Hakalau Plantation Co.
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