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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 9. 1895.
Holder of wnlcr jirivlloKtu, or tliosi
paying wn'rr rn.c, arc litroliy nollfcil
tlmt thi hours for irrU.nt.i.n rtirpcesnro
from 7 to S u livk a.m. nml C to l o'clock
p. M. ANDI'.KW 1JK0W.V,
HnpcrllitcuJuit of Water WorVs.
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Mlnlsti r of iliu m'lrlor.
Hunolul '. Miiroh 12, 1-1)1. !2Mf
$i .iiui'h; d'; uutfn.
Pledged to wither S(d nor Parly,
Hut EiU.blhlird for the lkntjil vf All.
TUESDAY, AP15IL i), IS'Jj.
Attention is iv(Uslcd to thucdi- :
torinl uoiiimontH npuundud to tho ,
CnllV n'l'Otk'd lutiTvion with C. W.
Ashfurd on another pnfjo. j
Thorn ia a clurv man boforo tho
court at Los Anoles, California,
charged witli slandering a woman in
a public prayur. Ho nppoarj to havo
Inou a ahndo Icbh solf righteous than ',
the pliariiiec, who rnthnr expressed
eatioftctioti at having a dc6piscd
publicum besido him as a foil to his
An important decision iu mnritimo i
lnw has just houn roudetod by tho
United State Supremo Court. Tho
giflt of the decision is given else
where, aud is that "when tho master
of a hhip in port is compelled, by .
extraneous authority, to submit to
the destruction of property in his
ship, tho settlement of damages can
not bo effected undor marilimo law. I
with regard to tho Venezuela bound
ary disputo helps to irritato tho
situation most decidedly, bocauso in
i this caso tho whole matter is ono
either of tho acquisition of territory
or tho retention of torritory already
acquired by Oro.nl Britain agaiust tho
claims of that South American state.
According to the latent uows of this
i alHir, British nnd Venezuelan troops
aro pressing each other closely in
' tho disputed territory, and it is
hinted from Washington that if
Great Britain forces a rollUion, after
I refusing tint reqiit-sU of the United
I States to subtii't the dispute to arbi-
. tration, "the United S'atcs will feel
, obliged to follow tlio moral and it
I has given to Venezuela in this Hint-
1 tor by more substantial asitaieo."
Theio is yet another causo of ill
feeling hotweuu the two great na
tions, in tho refusal of Congress to
vote money to pay the claims of
liritish sealers under tho terms of
the I'.vis award. In this matter the
British Government has given out
"that, whatever Canada may desire,
tho decision of the Paris arbitration
will be strictly adhered to during
tho ensuing season, aud no ride i.suu
will he allowed to auVct that deci
sion." In other words, Canadian
sealers will have to observe the agree
ment in tho meautimo whether dam
ages already awarded them are paid
or not. Notwithstanding this trebly
critical situation between the great
English-speaking Powors, it is to bo
hoped that poaco honorablo to both
may still be preserved.
I ...... .1. I M I -I... . . .--.
Chauucey M. Depew is one of tho ,
notably wealthy men of the United
Stales, which majecs it uotoworlby
tbnt he should warn the public, as
reported elsewhere, against reliance J
upon benefactions from tho rich for '
the maiutouauce of higher e.duca- j
tion. Ho tbiuks lh Government
should have established a great na
tional university nt Washington.
Hawaii, notwithstanding the praiso
it has received for its schools at
home and abroad, has not ot at
tained to tho diatiuctiou of having
a free academy, much less a state
colloge or uuivorsity.
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watoh at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Brown & Kubey,
at No. 4, Masouio Temple; there you
will find the largest variety in Ho
nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on weekly and
monthly paymeuts. Brown & Kubey
make a specialty of rubler stamps.
Judge Morrow's address to tho
jury in the striken' case at San
Francisco was the.second longest on
record. It covored 271 pages of
typewritten matter, aud una only
exceedod in length by Lord Chief
Justico Cockburn's charge in the
Tiuhboruo ine. Tho strikers' caso
is, however, a record-breaker in caus
ing the longest criminal trial on
record, it having occupied sovonty
three days during a period of live
mouths. Such long trials aud volu
minous speechos and charges suggest
that tho familiar symbol of Justice
should represent the Dame as giving
ono hand to Fathor Time while let
ting tho other balauco tho scalos on
tho end of her sword.
There nppoars to be a serious
crisis in tho relations botween Great
Britain and tho United States, over
both tho Nicaragua and tho Ven
ezuela questions. Tho Nicaragua
indemnity claim has reached a more
acute stage than tho Venezuela
boundary case, and tho assembling
of a formidable American squadron
at tho Tsthmus, which is without
doubt ordered, is in immediato con
nection with tho Nicaragua matter.
The Bulletin yesterday gave a good
deal of information on tho latest
stages of tho Nicaragua question as
viewed by tho United States Gov
ernment. It is intimated that there
is no objoction coming to tho British
demaud for indemnity for tho expul
sion of Consul lintel), but that the
Uuited States Government would
adopt strong measures to prevent
the tnkiiyj of any Nicaragiutn torri
tory to satfsfy such demand. Whe
ther tho British Government has
como to that point with Nicaragua or
not, it may be deemed certain that
the present crisis is focu&sed immedi
ately in that quarter. At the eumo
timo tho attitude of Great Britain
People Who Write
on typewriters marvel
that busy business nitm
still eliiitf to tho pen pro-co.-s.
The buHms-i nmn
ufcinj; a typewriter would
not voluntaoly 'loturn to
the old method, because
he can tutu off more
work, of a better quality, V
aim wiin jobs i nun, on
THe Man Whu Never
Ustd a Typewriter
believes the task of learn
ing to wiito a difficult
and hopeless ono. Try.
Others have learned ; you
can. Your first attempt
J will 'probably reveal the
fact that you do faster
.work with tho pen.
That's quite natural ;
you are just learning.
lrour next trial will sur
prise you. Your fingers
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stinctively. It becomes
easier aud you will then
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and lastly, has tho easiest
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March n, 1895.
Is Hawaii to be without a
cable tlirough 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 Neckcr Island j
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 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 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 Coupant, (
Fapaikou, Hawaii. Fob. 25, 1895.)
Mr. John A. Scott, Wainaku, Hawaii.
Deaii Sin. The Onomea Sugar
Company has now iu uso three of
the Stubble Diggers.
I think these machines are indis
pensable for the propor cultivation
We have never had au implement
that would so thoroughly loosen the
earth around the stools, and putTtlio
soil iu such couditiou that tho air,
moisture and fertilizer would so
readily fiudjiccoss to tho fine roots
of tho cane and tho soil around
I am glad to testify to the merits'
of theso tools. The Sugar Land
Disc Cultivators arrived too lato for
much use iu the cultivation of tho
last young plant and rattoous, but I
believe they will prove to bo very
useful aud labor-saving implements
iu districts whero caue is raised
Wm. W. Goodale,
Manager Onomea Sugar Company.
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Household Goods at a Sacrifice I
Tiiis typewiiter stands at
the head. It has all tho
Let mo bhow you a
t vj unnnnrj !
a. it uvuuun, nyouii iv
ArTrT - - r "T-.T:TrT;-TT TT-rj
Hutchinson Plantation Company,
March 1st, 1895.
E. It. Hcndht, Esq , Hawaiian Hard
Deak Sir: In answer to your let
ter inquiring about tho Avery Stub
ble Digger and Fertilizer Distribu
tor, I would say thnt tho fact that
wo have just received tho second
Stubble Digger speaks for itself.
Wo havo dug over four hundred
acres of rattoon stools and consider
it will be a great' benefit.
Tho Fertilizer Distributor is a
good thing and has effected ft mate
rial saviug of labor in the applica
tion of Fertilizer and applies it bet
ter than can bo dono by hand.
These machinos are very simple
and well constructed and wo have
had no troublo with the working of
them and we consider them one of
tho most useful labor saving ma
chines that can be used on planta
tion. Yours Truly,
G. 0. Hewitt,
Managor H. S. P. Co,
Hakalad, Hawaii, )
February 16, 1895.C,
Mb. E. It. Hendrt, President and
Mauager Hawaiian Hardware
Compauy, Honolulu, Oahti:
We use tho Avery Stubble Diggor,
Fertilizer Distributor and Cane
Cultivator. Thoy save labor aud do
tho work claimed for thorn. Tho
Stubble Digger I consider n parti
cularly good implement.
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