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THE DAILY nULLKTFN, APRIL 11. 1895.
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M7rr u, i S 95.
Is Hawaii to be without a I
cable through the action of the ,
United State Congress, or will
the people here awake from !
their sleepy ideas and tell Un
I havo been a faUo indicator of how
I that groat event was going to result. .
Slg.n nn ovou now appearing f a
i reaction from lliw popular rciiliment
j that pro.lui.wl tlio ''laudslido" of j
hut auttimti. Trade U reviving at j
home, and American wuritiea re-
covering their Miauling nhroad. j
, Const-rvalivo writers in liigliclas
tnxgiiziiiH uro iiii('i;iilii'illy emu
mending the action of l'reidnnt I
1 Cleveland in tnkuig the hull by the
. 1 .... ... 1... .i:.i !.. .1 ..t . ..,.!-.
HUlli:, .11 1IU IIIW III I 1117 Kll'.ll If.JIHI- - . ...
Mde.tom.dntHinthonatiou.dcr-dil. ,CIC Oaill 10 UO mjuicuiiiik Ji
Ht ait hazifd. Tiu. wii-on tnriff : let England have Necker Island
' hill is having Letter resulf, if trade a,uj a,eaJ w,th the W0rl.
, and revenufl r-lnr.m mean Anything, ,. . . , . . r
, than the MeK.idej hill. Governor "-Mail aS mucn ,n ,,eca t01, a
McKiuier iiiM'Hiica to htand for to-' cable as any place on the globe
to8nMocic a. 11. .iM.lMoti o cock ' election in Ohio, and on bin present 'and Other tlOVCTIinieiltS llCed
. xltii.t. lt....uvr ......... . "
lour in iii iviH i8dumbaAiiioi.iur tlc CalIe to Hawaii as much as
' v!,J..' Mq" Kili'Ty says n-gardiug j WC do. Why then should tllC
puhii.. neiitimeiit on anuex.itioii, that ' government that feels a fatherly
the people of the United Slates interest ill a COlllltry Stand ill
Vlumii to have made up their mild, t, f j,s developmcilt.
and are vnitinir cimply for a chance 1 ' r, .
to vote," he ouht to know ho i j Suppose the manufacturers
talking cheer nonsense. There is a ! of the Avery Plantation Imple-
iniiltitude of questions to decide the I, nenfs WOiiJ refuse to Send
Owing to Iho it mulil nml sc.ircl'y f
mi'1", ilir rc!iUI"tit xii vii J iltl vnit mM
on I lm i-lopM it Pit eliliow' It II m re
que tel tu uilinst wlmt nicer they iimr
ri)iilrii fiir li iicvlif-lil i iiiiim iuiaiuii
tle In. ins ul n mill 10 o'clock A m.
Biiperlntcinletit lloicli'il Water 'rk.
llonolir.ti, ApMi II, 1MB 1.111 't
Holiters ol water privilege, er ttns
pnjlii( vn'.r ra r, lire li-roliy nmltcil
tlmt tie- limirs for irf'.nfun utrpoM'in'u
r. v. ANIMIKW MKoWN,
Pnporliitviilint o! Water Worts.
.1. A. Kimi,
MlnlstTnl iliu In'irlor.
Jl'linlnl't. Mnn-li I.', I II. J'J-tf
jimeiy fopies Bargains! Bargains!
FOR FOUR PAYS ONLY
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
April lOtla, lltti, latli ncl 13t.li
Household Goods at a Sacrifice I
Tublo Linen, !N".ipkin&,
White & Colored ltciluprcndg,
Shuulingd &: Cottons,
J'l'tlflfil lo wither Srct nor Pirhj,
IhU EtubUnhrd for the Unit fit vf All.
THUKSDAY, APRIL 11, 1S03.
presideutinl vote, and it is dollar ii... 1 4i.: .... ..u u
!o do.iKl.nuts that the Hawaiian liem t0 ! 1,S '"t M t
question will not stand even tenth be considered a square deal?
on the list in the ouior of import j The planters on Hawaii who
mice of those question-. It is prob-, OM ,,c,'mi flmc iiTninnf imitlo-
General Harden, who captured Jeff. ;al)o that Mr. Kiuney himoelf, if he I . & ,, ,. r , K.f.
Davi.", mjs the rebol president was j has a vole in Utah and could exer-1 nienls are welJ SatlSiiea Willi
mem ana are wining 10 recom
mend them to other managers.
They are coming more and more
Another historical fiction i killed.
not in wornan'rt clothes at tho time.
A GREAT MISTAKE.
No account seems to bo takon of
eifio it, would not vote for a Ilepub-
licau candidate if the issue was sil
ver, for thoro is uoL a more infatuat
ed silverite than ho living, and silver
tho Bulletin's repeated warning ; is to be one of the crucial questions
that a great mistake has been made , throughout tho "West. When he
in linking the cause of annexation talks agaiu, about the preponderance
with the cause of the opponents of of press influence for annexation,
into general use: in another
year there will not be a planta
tion on the Islands that will
not use them. The following
..." I" 'I... .. . ."
Ciovclatids administration in the ' facts are not forthcoming to back letters IrOIll SUCll prominent
United States. One of tho most him up. After the organization of maiiatrerS should be COllvillC-
foolish exhibitions of this course yet the Kepubliu of Hawaii, many lead- ing proof of their Superiority:
presented is an interview with W. A. ing papers formerly loud for annex-!
Kinney given by the Advertiser, atiou suddenly evinced a disposition
Mr. Kinney made a flyiug trip across ; to lot tho islauds II jat on their own
tl.M Mates, stopping to attend to bis , bottom, so that they could prove if
Onojiea Scoar Company,
Papaikou, Hawaii, Feb. 25, 1895.)
, 1 air. (joiiN-A.&corr. vtainakii, Hawaii.
private affairs in Utah, ami becomes J ,ey had ballast enough to follow in Oom"".... In uTWS
tow of the American hhip of state, the St ubble Dippers.
Mr. Kinnuv or anvbodv else will, 1 think hc-e lunehines nre indii
icau people from Uever know what the sentiment of PW for tho proper cttltivatiou
I'acific, and from i,0 United States will bo uiiou an. iu 1 011' 11 1 1
t 11 -. ,t . u " ' otnil-s Wl" uo upon an We have never had an implement
linsOMied with the uotifin tlmt lin
liiu lin.ll, utinltl.lfl ii rr'iiicpu i li.i cn.il!- .
a.... a.v V . ......... h. t.l.V' I.V7 CUM,,'
tneut of the Amori
the Atlantic to tho
tlio Canadian bonier to tho Oulf of uexiition. at the next nn-sidential
Mexico. Ho ventures to say: j 0lectj0f until tho people of that na- j
As to the prospects of annexation, I tion havo well-considerod the course :
uiilers all sigus fad it sterns tome of this country, since the revolution'
that wo will be a part of thu United , of 18M atl(l 8iu,.0 pro,.h,natioii of I
btates as s on as the pri'set.t admiu- n i . 1 1 .in1
istralion is over and tho next one ! " ,b,,c- ' "ringing into the
getKtowork. On the mutter of an- 1 '"hinds thousands upon thousands,
liexation of tenitory the people of of elements insoluble in Americau
the united Jstatus will have! h say. institutions as contract laborer-,
miiiiiuisiritiiuur, uiihiiioss eoiiioiiies
and promi.ier.t statesun'n coutiol
many public ni;t tern often involving
1111II10111 witlioiit couMill.uglhe peo
plf, but annexation of territory is of
such puhlh' interest that the wish of
the people cannot be dodged nr set
aside. What their will is will be
settled definitely and ollieiallv at
antagonistically to the settled poll y
of the Americau people.
A juncture has been reached in
Hawaii where many of the original
I aud for Rome time inveterate oppo
1 "touts of the Provisional Govern-
rnout and of tho Itepubliu regard
the uext presidential election, but union with tho United States as the
icy are aire3uy Hpealuug in a way I 0iv uro nreventlve of Dolitical
confusion in Hawaii. This section
that, would so thoroughly loosen tho
earth around the stools, and put tho
soil in such condition that the air,
moisture and fertilizer would so
readily find acce.s to the fine roots
of the cane aud the soil around
1 am glad to testify lo the merits
of these tool. The Sugar L'uid
Dine Cultivators arrived too late for
much use in the cultivation of the
la.t young plant aud rnttoonn, but 1
bi'linvo they will prove to bo very
useful aud labor-saving iuipleiiiHiits
in districts where cauo is raised
Wm. W. Goodale,
Manager Onomea Sugar Company.
thntis Miiifieaiit. The uiimbHrof)
llllU'lttintmrft ill I llA llllll.kfl Clnli.a 1
hostile to annexation are very few ot people, together with the
and far between, and that is a very : original backbone of the new ro-
significant fact. gimp, cannot but lament that agents
Mr. Kinnor nroceeds in a similar ! ' tho Government, such as Mr.
fltrain, only giowiug worre, uutil. ' Kinney, should prejudice thocatiFn 1 uiu uigger mm terlilizer UistnUu-
' vn r J !. i . .. a .i tkP I !. illI atttr tlmt tliu fnnl tlinl
aft.T repeating the stale expletives 1 W uir Mllj importation or Amort- o ' havo iut rocei vocl t lT ooo,,cl
Hutchinson Plantation Company,
March 1st, ISO.'j.
E. It. Hendrt, Esq , Hawaiian Hard
Dear Sir: In answer to your let
ter inquiring about the Awry btub-
of "cuckoo" aud "mugwump," ho
presumes to say that, ''whatever way
the national olectious go, it is con
ceded on all bides that Cleveland
and his following will simply be
buried out of sight by unanimous
consent." This is pretty language
to hold, truly, by a late official aud
later agent of tho Hawaiiau Govern
ment toward tho Administration of
the United States, proverbially our
greatest and best friend, as she is
our nearest ueighbor, when that Ad
ministration is to govern tho rela
tions of tho United States toward
tho Republic of Hawaii for almost
two years to come. Even if tho in
coming Congress should rosolvo iu
favor of annexing theso islauds,
Mr. Kinney knows that it will
aot havo a two-thirds majority
for that purpose, without which
it will not bo possible to
overcome tho opposition the Presi
dent may ou"r to the scheme. It is
folly for Mr. Ki.iney to predict ulmt
tho people of the United States will
do eighteen months from now, iu
their passing upon the results of Mr.
Cloveland'd administration. Before
now it has happumd that the State
elections of two years and oven one
year before tho presidential election
can partisau politics iulo tho qucs
tion in this country, much more as
appears to be the case at tho very
capital of the United States.
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
Taro Patch & Ukulele Goitais
Unite of Hawaiian Wood.
130 Fort Street. Opposite Club Sf&b'es.
M. T. DONEELL,
PATENTER AND SOLE MANUFACTURER
New Patented Poi Strainer
All Onlers nr ('ominttnlcstfmiB
fiMrti!.Mil to K 0. J! ill ,fc Ben, I.M.,
(wlm have them on shIm), or to M. T,
DoiiiipII, will receive prompt ntteutlon.
1 M n if
THICt PAPPR H Itopt no fllo nt K. 0.
X niO riirjtiK u.xkk's yilvertltitt
Agency, fit anil ill Mcri'nini'n Kxnlisnvu.
Han Hr-MiunTo, CiiU'oiiiIh, vvlir uontmctb
tor mlYcrtiblng o in bo miulo lur it.
Tlcady-niiwlo Pillow Case,
Tuwi-lii.g, Klc, Ktc.
Stubble Digger speaks for itself,
We havo dug over four hundred
acres of rattoou stools aud consider
it will lie a great benefit.
The Fertilizer Distributor is a
good thing and has effected a mate
rial saving of labor in tho applica
tion of Fertilizer and applies it bet
tor than can be done by hand.
These machines are very simple
aud well constructed and we have
had no trouble with the working of
them anil we consider them oue of
tho most useful labor saving ma
chines that can be used on planta
tion. Yours Truly,.
U. C. HEWITT,
Manager H. S, P. Co.
Hakalau, Hawaii, )
February 10, 1895.J
Mr. E. II. Hendry, President aud
Manager Hawaiian Hardware
Company, Honolulu, Oahu: '
"NVh use the Avery Stubble Digger,
Fertilizer Distributor and Cane
Cultivator. They bavh labor and do
the woik claimed for them. The
Stubble Digger I consider a parti
cularly good impl"ineut.
Your t filly,
Mauagor Hakalau Plantation Co.
Tie Hawaiian Hardiare Co, Ui
WOW tKWtT ftfXMOPRMVaa-.
CS Four Days Only ! Don't Forgot tho Dates I
ILVL".. S. LEVY,
J5ST" Call and Got Prions atrl Ex-mln- Goods -1S5U
is plainly shown in our treat-
incut of ourselves in health ,
and sickness. When we are 1
ell, feeling splendid, vc
ignore the possibility of sick
ness. But overwork, high '
living, inherited poor blood,
irregular courses, etc., de
velop symptoms of weakness,
of dyspepsia, liver complaint,
and the gener.nl health fails.
You should know by expe
rience, as thousands do, that
whilst in health the system
would never run down and
doctors' bills would not
have to he paid. This is a
fact worth remembering
aud of vital importance
to vou. BROWN'S IRON
BITTERS is an old and
reliable remedy, your grand
mother knew it well, and
iu no other form can iron
the great strengthener he
taken so easily. Small
dose and pleasant to take.
vooii't slain your teeth.
tliMt limn hit will The .Slfti
otatttntfttJIul-ltitutt, " ',1"
ul it it tut II 1 1 ute run. Of
caown chc;.:'cal co ca'.timor:, ms. j
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
New Goods ! New Goods !
Suitings, Serges, Trouserings,
Linen Duck, Linen Drill, Flannels.
Lace Stripes, Organdies, Pongee",' Ginghams,
Sateens, India Linens, Victoria Lawns,
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Ribbons,
Laces, Flowers, Feathers, Etc.
S-IIjOE, HATS !
Mosquito Net', Art Muslins, Crctonnch, Madupolains, spe
cially adapted Tor Ladies and Cbildicn'e Underwear.
SOU'. AGENT FOIt THK
Renowned "PEARL" Sewing Machine!
At tho mavvelously low price of $30.00. Guaranteed
equal if not superior to any machine ever imported.
L. B. KERR, Queen Street, Honolulu.