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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 30 1895.
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All hold rs of Irk Hexes nt ths Ueroral
Post Ofllcis are hereby notified that from
nml after April 1, ItWS, box rents must bs
paid for iiunr'otly In a Ivanc , and If not
taiil for within thirty (30) da 8 after tho
llrft dy of -aeh iptitrter their box nlll bu
closed without further notice.
(Signed) .IDS. M OiT,
(SlRtied) S. M. Damon,
I'-VWt MinUtcr of Finance.
Holders of water prlvllcgo", o t'io
paying wa'cr ra'eii, arc hereby noticed
that tho hour for Irrlintlou :lirpocs arc
from 7 to 8 o'clock A. M. nnil r tot! o clock
p.m. ANDREW ltKUWN,
Superintendent of Water Worts.
J. A. Ki.mi,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu. Marrh h li. l'2Mf
' ii -lie Iwi
Plulged to nn'thrr Srct nor lirty,
Hut J-htiiblhhed for thr lime fit of ML
SATURDAY, MARCH !K), 1803.
Thospoakers al tho mpetiug called
to promote tho cause of aunoxation
of tliofo islands to tho United Statos
laid great jtross on the advantages
to be derived from such a union.
Tho last territory annexed by the
great republic was Alaska, and the
condition of that territory is set
forth by a rocont writor on tho sub
ject as follows; ."Ou October 18,
1807, all tho Russian possessions in
North America wore formally trans
ferred to tho United States.
United States troops replacod tho
Russian garrisons, and a first bill to
provido a form of govorumeut for
tho now territory was presented to
'Congress. Thirty other bills wore
presonted before this object w&s ac
complished sixteen years later.
In 1877 tho War Department with
draw all troops front Alaska, aud t lie
ounlry uxisted only as a customs
distrii-t, wheroupou the unlives of
tho Sitknu regiou. who had to long
been hold iu check by severest meas
ure", indulged in tho wildest license.
For two yearn S tk.i was at their
mercy, and no appeal to Washington
Refilled any attoution. The citizens
finally sought protection from tho
Brit ih authorities at Victoria, and
II. B. M. S. Cprey reached Sitki iu
time to prevent a genoral tuassnere
of the whites, and to frighten off tho
war canoes that woro assembling
there. The grateful citizeus drew
up a petition for a Biilish protec
torate over tho abandoned country,
nnd v-nrn raNing t'm B'i'iah Ihg on
tho parade grouud wheu Michael
Travers. an ux-soldier, prevented the
act. After this iucident, a naval
ship was ordered to guard duty in
the .Sitknu regiou, and for several
years tho commander of the man-of-war
nt Sitka was virtually naval gov
ernor of Alaska. This anomalous
and un-Amoricau situation was re
sented by the citizeus, and only tho
cstnbliihmeut of civil government in
1831 prevented the Russiau-born
citizens petitioning the Czjr to call
the Umted States tonccount for tio
lation of tho treaty in which it pro
raised lliojo piioulu "all tho rights,
advantages and immunities of
citizeus of tho United Statos,"
and to 'maintain and protect them
in tho free enjoyment of thoir lib
orty, property and religion.' Dur
iug tho period of no-goverumeut
succeeding nnlitaiy abandonment,
it was suggested to attach Alaska as
a county of Washington Territory,
and to make it a penal oolouy an
American Siberia. Tho Secretary of
tho Treasury recommended that it
bo discontinued as n customs dis
trict, and Genoral McDowell, com
mantling the Department of the
Pacific, recommondod. that it be
given away or thrown away.
Tho common report of "no law in
Alaska' gathered such a community
that a local vigilance commit teo was
orgauized to assort aud maintain or
der. In 1881 Congress
passed a bill giving Alaska 'a gov
ernor, courts and commissioners, but
not providing for any representa
tion nt Washington, uor any popular
assomblago elected by its own citi
Z3iis.' At this moment
hundreds of miners are oncamped
along tho Yukon Rivor, free from all
restraints or protection. There is
not a military post in the territory,
no telegraphic communication with
tho rest of the world, aud only ouo
light-houso ou tho whole coast.
Yet Alaska stands alono among our
'bloodless acquisitions' in having
folded a revenue from tho bogiu
uiug, Alaska has virtually
no voice at Washington. Its skotchy
outline of a government is nd minis-
tored by alien ullieo-lioldors.
Alaska citizens aro tinniest for homo
rule, rofentimr the importation of
it ranker otlloiala every four years.
They bitterly donotiiico Congress
1 for its hostility, ignorance, orne.
loot, for denying them tlio rights
and oitiz-Mifdiip onioyt'd iu all the
' other territories Meyotid granting
tho incomplete and iuadecpiato form
, of civil Koveriiin-jut in 1831, nothing
has been done for Alaska in Huh
qnaitxr I'tHittiry of United Slates
Thoo who am urging annexation
may ho Inking counsel of thoir fear
a to our alnlity to maintain n gov-
tirutnoitt hv HotehkiM gun? aud im-
i ported C"l nil-Is. 'J hey may junii
i front tho fiying pan into th fir-.
i mndny School Prtrndu.
Tim novelty at tho Sunday School
I parade to take place to-morrow
morning will bo addresses iu Chinese,
Japauoe, Hawaiian aud English by
children undor tLMi years of age.
I Tlmi addnsns will bo ma hi at
I street corners. Aftertho conclusion
I of tho march the children will return
to their different schools, tho native
children going to tho quarterly cxhi
bitiou at ICaumakapili Church. Tin
march v ill last about an hour.
13. Wilson, a deserter from tho
fcbip Kenilworth, was found guilty
of vagrancy in tho District Court
to-day. Sentence was puspondod to
give tho man an opportunity to loavo
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March n, 1895.
Is Hawaii to be without a
cable through the action of the
United Slate 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 tiie 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 diffeient 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:
Okomca Scoar Companv, I
Pat-aikou, Hawaii, Fob. 25, 1895.J
Mn. John A.Scott, Wainaku, Hawaii.
Deau Sm The Onomea Sugar
Company ha now in use three of
tho Stubbfo Diggers.
I think these machines are indis
pensable for tho proper cultivation
Wo have never had an implement
that would so thoroughly loosen tho
earth around tho stools, and put tho
soil in such condition that the air,
moisture aud fertilizer would so
readily find access to tho fine roots
of tho cano and the soil around
I am glad to testify o tho merits
of these tools. The Sugar Land
Disc Cultivators arrived too late for
much use in tho cultivation of the
last young plant aud rattoous, but I
beliovo they will prove to bo vorj
useful and labor-saving implements
in districts where cauo is raised
Wm. W. Goodale,
Manager Onomea Sugar Company.
Hutchinson Plantation Company
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E. It. Hendrv, Esq , Hawaiian Hard
Dear Sm: Iu answer to your let
ter inquiring nbout the Avery Stub
ble Digger and Fertilizer Distribu
tor, I would Bay that tho fact that
wo havo just received tho second
Stubblo Digger speaks for itself.
Wo havo dug ovor four hundred
acres of rattoon stools aud consider
it will be a gn-at benefit.
Tho Fettili.er Distributor is a
good thing and has "fleeted a mate
rial saving of labor iu tho applica
tion of Fertilizer nud applies it bet
tor than can bo done by hand.
Those machitios no very simplo
and well constructed aud we havo
had no trouble with the working of
them and wo consider them ono of
tho most useful labor saving ma
chinos that can bo usod on planta
tion. Yours Truly,
G. 0. Hewitt,
Manager H. S. P. Co.
February 10, 1895.J
Mn. E. R. Hendrv, President aud
Manager Hawaiian Hardware
Company, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo use tho Avery Stubblo Digger,
Fertilizer Distributor aud Cano
Cultivator. Thoy savo labor and do
tho work claimod for thorn. Tho
Stubblo Digger I consider a parti
cularly good implomeut.
Manager IIakalau Plantation Co.
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