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THE DAILY BUI.LKTIN, APRIL 2 1895.
All hold rs of Iipk Box) nt the Clot crnl
Post Ollloe are horeliy notlllpd that from
nnd oftor Aril 1, IS'i.'i, box rnts mint ha
iilil for iuar uily In nivalin, ni.il If not
paid for wltliln thirty (30) days after the
lJrst tly of inch tjnartcr tlnlr box will lie
closed without further notlco.
(WriiciI) .IOS. .M O VT,
(HIriiviI) S. M. Dwion,
JSW-St v MluUturof rinnnce.
WATMl NO'J IOK
HoMers of water privilege, v i'un
paylng wr rn-i", nro h ruby notli'cd
that tho hours 'i IrrUat'on .iirpoieiire
from 7 to 8 o'i look a. m ami 0 to do clock
r. m. ANUUl'.W lUvW.V,
Pnperltiteii.lmt of Witter Wurrs.
J. A. KtMl,
Minister of thu tntirlor.
HmioIiiI i. March 1'.', 1 1H. . i.!Mf
I ; f l Ul .
I'kdjicd to wither b'ret nor Parly,
Hut Eitahlhhrd fur the IlrwJl i'f All.
TUESDAY, A1MUL 2, 1S03.
Thorn will bo goneral concurrouco
iroposal to errect a baud j "tablo govetnmont in anything -Jut , are USl'llg these difTeieilt illiple
. Makeo island, Knpiolaui , annexation. They do not want an-1 , .. fi . ..
park. Individuals have alro'idy sub
scribed n respeotablo nucleus for tho
rcquito I fund. Tho Maud hnttld
bo designed ho as to be nil ornament
nnd not an eyesore. Tho park affords
scope for a great deal of improve
ment to make it more of n popular
pleasure aud recreation resort. This
paper long ago advocated a Govern
ment appropriation for a baud stand
on Makeo Maud.
It may bo noco'sary to tell our old
riouds that tho Dulletik does not
caro to open its columns for any
more thrashing out of tho question
of 18'.)3. Yet space is found for a
correspondent who reverts to tho
question to-day, !no reason given
privately is that Mr. Ilnrtwell saw
fit to open it up in his speech tho
other night. There is a lesson in
this fnut to which tho rcvolulionints
of 1893 might take heed. If they
wish to have the dead pst buried,
thoy should avoid diaggiug tho
corpse out themselves.
No small nmouut of talk is heard
these days about tho siucority of tho
Government aud a powerful section
of its ougiual supporters on the
question of annexation. That was
tho chief motive, next to resenting
of tho sovereign';! action in spring
ing a now constitution on tho coun
try, for tho revolution of 1893. It is
really necessary that tho Govern-1
meiit should occasionally giio somo
evidence of good faith in tho mat
ter. As straws showing how tho '
the wind blows there aro circum-1
stances occasionally cropping up ,
which tend to show insincerity on
tho part of tho Government in tho '
matter. Onoof theso was tho-fact
of tho apparently studied attempt
to throw cold uator on tho recent 1
action of tho American Loagua to ,
bring llto unlives into a mass meet- ,
ing for a discu'sion of tho subject.
Tho word subjoct is horo used nd-,
vised ly, for tho matter was not left
a question either by tho proclamn-1
tiou of tho Provisional Government
or tho Constitution of tho Hh
publiu proclaimed on tho last
fourth of July. Annexation was
by those documents made a ,
fundamental principle of tho new j
regime, and not left an open ques
tion in anywise. Now, what is the
Government doing about it? Thoro
is a deep-rooted opinion among tho
dissidents of tho revolution of 1893
that n grand mistake was mndo
when tho Provisional Government
mndo itself n tail pieco to the lie
publican party's kito in tho United
Stato3. Thoy think that annexation
would have beou far advanced ou its
way at this time if the Hawaiian
Government had through its two
representatives at Washington press
ed a treaty of political union upon
President Clovolaud an 1 tho Demo
cratic party after tho Prosidont had
abandoned tho policy of restoration
i of tbe monarchy. Itifluoiitinl mom-1
burs of tho Democrntic party, such
ns Senator Morgan, nro known
to bo strongly in favor of an
nexation of tho iilaudi, and if tho
unusually high-priced diplomacy
tlii Government sees fit to maintain
at Washington worn properly li
routed thorn is a probability that a
(jombiuatiou of momliord of both
partiiw in thu United States could
have bo?n obtained wliioli would
awry tho initial policy of this Gov
ernment. L'erhnps tninii effort Inn
beeu made in this direction, but if so
the tiiouthp'c"is of tho Government
am wondi-rfnlly silent on th sub
jel. When tho mass meeting of
Him other night wns bronclied one of
tho Government organs wns good
, enough to uouiluinn it in n ftieultiug
1 8ort of a way as bing srateely op
! portune. After tho event that pop"r,
evidently haling had tho riot net
read to it for ita at t initio on tho
ovont, switches round to bitterly as-
pail il fellow-organ for tuieeriug at i
tho mass mooting. As to some of
tho Govorniuent'ri chief support, it is
aded on excellent authority that
tho planters on the oilier bland
nexation n-it-footediy. Tho people
at largo nil tho same ton no hope of
ucxation of tho Almka kind, as do?- 1
eribod in an ollicial eitation by n
correspondent tho other day, but
thoy expect that tho Govorumout
Khali tteadfnttly promote a schomo
of union with tho Great Republic,
which will givo tho islauds homo
rule as to local affair, equal rights
to all tho intelligent clajsos of the
body politic, nnd tho strong protect -
iug arm of n great uation over tho
country as an integral part of itself.
People Who Write
on lynuwritors marvel
that busy business men
still elii) to the pen pro
cess. The bumt sh mini
unit ii typewriter would
not volnnlauly return to
the oM method, beeatir-e
be can turn off more
work', of ji better quality,
and with less d'foit on
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work with the pen.
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stinctively. It becomes
easier and you will then
begin to r-.alizo the use
fulnesrt and benefit of a
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Your writing happintss.
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Tiiis typowiiter stands at
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T. W. HOBRON, Agent.
The Daily liulhlin, 60 cents
month, delivered by carrier!.
March it, S95.
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
niClltS WOllld refuse to SCtld
U ( t,; y jj
! be considered a square deal ? j
I The planters Oil Hawaii wIlO
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
HOI USe tliem. I lie lOllOWIIlg
' letters from such prominent
JlianagerS should be COnvillC-
' ing proof of their superiority:
Oxomea Saun Company, I
!Papaikou, Hawaii, Fob. 25, 180.1.$
Mr. John A. Scott, Wninaku, Hawaii.
Deah Sin. Tho Onomea Sugnr
Company has now in uso three of
tho Stubblo Digger?.
I think those machines are indis-
pousablo lor tho proper cultivation
Wo have never had an impleimnt
that, would to thoroughly looson tho
oarth around the stools, and put tho
soil in jueh condition that tho air,
I moirturo aud fertilizer would so
readily find access to tho fine roots
of tho enne and tho soil around
I am glad to testify to the merits
of these tools. Tho Sugar Land
i Disc Cultivators arrived too lato for
, much uso in the cultivation of tho
hut young plant nnd rnltoons, but I
1 believe they will prove to bo vory
1 iiooful nnd labor-saving implements
in flint rmta U'fii.r.. i.nti.i ia ruis.ifl
' without irrigation.
WSI. W. GOODALE,
Manager Onomea Sugar Company.
Hutchinson Plantation Company,
March 1st, 189."i. )
E. It. IIendiiy, Esq , Ilawaiiau Hard
Deah Sin: In answer to your let
tor inquiring about tho Avery Stub
blo Digger and Fertilizer Distribu
tor, I would say that tho fact that
wo havo just recoived tho second
Stubble Digger speaks for itself.
If I 'o havo dug over four hundred
. finr.ia rt nMnnn atnnla nnrl nMiuiflfir
it will bo a great benefit.
The Fortilizor Distributor is a
good thing aud has effected a mate
rial saving of labor in tho applica
tion of Fertilizer and applies it bet
ter than cnu be done by hand.
Theso machines aro very simple
aud well constructed and wo havo
had no trouble with tho workiug of
them aud wo consider them ouo of
tho most useful labor saving ma
chines that can bo used on planta
tion. Yours Truly,
G. C. Hewitt,
Managor II. S. P. Co.
February 10, 1895. J
Mn. E. It. IlENDny, President and
Mnuager Hawaiian Hardworo
Company, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo uso tho Avery Stubblo Digger,
Fertilizer Distributor and Cano
Cultivator. Thoy save labor and do
tho work claimed for them. Tho
Stubblo Digger I consider a parti
cularly good impli-ment.
Mnuager Hakalnu Plantation Co,
i i Tfes Hawaiian Banlim C. L&
THERE'S ALMOST AS MUCH
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as to the Glass Itself . . .
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CJlnss, if tho frame
you like " Huxlor
wall." Glasses fitted
Nolico bow nicoly
tboy look. Suroly
detract from youi
$3T For a Proper Fit i
xi. Jb '.
FACE AND LIPS,
Superb Just Atier Shaving.
scaly eruptions, j
Mr A. S. Hinds,
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wonderful HoNkY and ALMONi.Um:v. Vh"ii I coiiiinuncfil lining
It. inv hands would cruok imoti. nnd vvcro ho hiul thnt I could not
close them without making them blood, mid inv I uo wns roilfjh
and chapplni;. I havo had ono hnlile, ami m . hands nml fnca uru
iHtirtly cured, and I think it my duty to iiralio this wonderful ro-
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n both Glasses and Frame, consult always
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