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TIIH WKUKI.Y 1III.0 TKIMTNK, II 1 1.0, HAWAII, FRIDAY, OCTOIIItR , 1903.
1 J. D. KENNEDY I
1 WATCHES I.
I CLOCKS I1
I JEWELRY I
gp Klegaul Line of ;j3
I New Gut Glass
5 Pine Watch ami Clock Repair- j
S ing Solicited. 3 ,
S Satisfaction Guaranteed 3 1
S SPRECKELS' BLOCK 3
S Pront Street, IHlo. 5
Waiakea Boat House
R.A. I.UCAS & CO , Prop'rs.
WAIAKKA HRIDGK, 1111,0
HAV15 NOW A PLICKT OK
and Small Boats
POR PU1ILIC II1RIC
rasscngers nuil baggage taken to mid
from vessels in the harbor at reasonable
rates. Launches nnd rowboats to hire
for private picnics and moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TEUJPIIONE
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self-stnrterand reversible engine. In
practicability it is equal to the steam en
gine. Sizes from IJ h. p. upwards,
lloats fitted with this engine or frames 01
any size to order. For particulars apply
to R. A. I.UCAS, Manager.
!' Be Strong
Wliv not ho fttrutii'' Why not hnvo
11 good npputlto nun .1 good digestion?
ny not ii't'i win huh uuaiiy 1111 iiiu
tlinu" Von ran just as well hao It
your own waj as not. for thero Is
strength, ilallt', power, and good
health In every buttle of Acr's harsa
pari I la. Aluajs keep it 011 hand.
TALKS (IX I.AIIOIC.
ItOSCIllMll'g'l Opinion of tint Sit lilt
(politics nnd professions, linvc ac
complished little or nothing in the
lion In Hawaii.
Commissioner IJd. Rosenberg of
TIME TABLE OF STAGE ROUTES.
This is the only line of states iniiklntr reiMilar-trins hcturpn k'mi mul intnmul
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inn methods with good rcSi,its. "'"" me voicmio 01 kjuhwi
, . . . , ... ' On Jliursday and every alternate luesda
I he presence of Oriental labor will 7-00 a. in. are landed in cither 1'ahitla or II01
never uplift or advance the cause of I
wiuitisiiiu wuikiiicu, i.iiigc iicai leu -
men with small minds may urge the STAGES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
brotherhood of humanity nnd con-1 Vin n" """' "'! Volmno Stages :
I tend for the admission of Chinese . 0
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llercnrptlm voriW nnil tlio liliotoi'Mpli "f
Mr It II An litrr.nf Ilolurt. TuKUi'inl.i
1 nfti'ii lihil injuclf ui'.iK, uulimit nyr
tile. ami my vlinloxj.Mcm all iiiiiilnun lj
liluoil gi'tii liiiurumitl I liao Imiiii mill ilii).
tlom. Tlien I alwa i uo Aut'h Sirui.irllU,
lor It Iraki's my Mix il mre:ihil rlcli.eju'slnu
etrrriRth anil Hal It y. anil liraius uiu Ui
Tlicro aro many Imitation Sarsaparlllas."
Ilo uro oU cut Ajcr'.
Keep A jrr's rills on Iiaml and quickly cor
rect any tendency to constljiatlou. It's an
easy way to prcent sickness.
Pre pare J by Dr. J. C. A)r A Co., Loncll, Mm , U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY:
Open from 5 A.M. to 11 P.M.
At Moderate Prices.
Mixui) and Fancy Drinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
Draught Boor IO Conts
When you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class Hue of
always on hand.
advancement of their labor condi
tions. In almost everything but
labor they have copied the Caucas
the American Federation of Iabor
addressed the Honolulu Trades nnd
Labor Council at its regular meet
ing last evening.
Some two hundred or more repre
sentatives of labor gave the earnest
speaker an enthusiastic welcome,
applnudtng his remarks with the I and Japanese and Korean laborers, --'
demonstrative energy born of deep but they do not understand the sit- La g
nation. Iheir contention is a the- ,-
oty: let them go to China and , o o c
Japan nnd sec for themselves the
conditions that prevail, and, if they
have any sense at all, they will
cease to urge the admission of the
Asiatic to American fields of labor.
"I spent some time in the Philip
pines; there are many white men
there engaged in business; they say
it is necessary that Chinese labor be
employed in that country. Hut I
found that most of these men in
business in Manila and other places
in the Philippines have no inten
tion of always remaining there and
pay small attention to the advance
ment of affairs and the betterment
of conditions, merely striving to
make as much money as they can
in as short a time ns possible, so
that they may soon get out of the
country and return to their homes
to enjoy their fortunes. What do
they care about the betterment of
labor conditions; many go there but
to live an easy life, to make what
they can out of the contract slave.
The steps of labor unions in the
Philippines have been very halting.
rule of Spain a labor
union man would be thrust in jail;
tain, in addition to their native j but now, under American law the
population over one million Chi- working people can organize, but
rVolcano Stables & Trans. Co.
y passengers or exnriss leitiiit! Ililo at
otiiiano the saint ivoiiIiik.
Through connections with the steamers Kinali nnd Manna I.0.1 ate mnile both 011
irrival and departure.
Refreshments were served during
the evening and good comradeship
1 aim stern resolve, together with a
' hearty concurrence of opinion, were
Mr. Rosenberg, business of the
regular meeting being set aside for
I that purpose, addressed the gathcr
I ing, in substance as follows:
"Fellow unionists and friends:
I am on my return voyage to the
I United States after visiting the
Philippines, China and Japan, iu
1 vestigating labor conditions in those
places. I was sent out on this tour
by the American Federation of La
bor because they wanted to know
the condition of labor in the Orient,
I China and Japan, the countries
I from which labor is coming into
our new possessions.
1 "My trip is the result of the fol
lowing resolution passed by the
convention at New Orleans in De
I '"Whereas, the Philippine Is-
' lauds and the Hawaiian Islands
1 have a population, customs and
laws differing from those of the
mainlanu ol the United btates; ana 1 Under the
"'Whereas, These islands con-
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a a a
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n K r
s , s.
3 m a
J. C. SERRAO,
nese, large numbers of whom, in all
probability, will in the near future,
claim the right to go from one part
of the United States to another, and
" 'Whereas, The workers of the
Western States especially view with
ever increasing alarm the condition
of affairs; and
" 'Whereas, lietter knowledge of
the conditions in the Philippine and
Hawaiian Islands than is now in
the possession of the American Fed
eration of Labor will greatly aid in
the taking of steps to safeguard the
conditions of its workers of the
mainland and against the harmful
injection of the Chinese and other
cheap labor of those islands into
the labor ranks of the mainland;
therefore, be it
" 'Resolved, That the incoming
executive council send a repre
sentative of the Federation to the
and Hawaiian Islands to
stigate and report upon the con-
they do not know how and lmve
already made some bad blunders;
they are progressing, nevertheless,
and I balieve in the near future the
labor movement in the Philippines
will become a part of the American
Federation of Labor and materially
help to beat bacjc the horde of yel
low men threatening to monopolize
the labor of the Philippines, Hawaii
and the Pacific Coast.
.Japan's Slon W01 kmuii.
All mills in Japan run day and
night, the change of hands being
made at noon and midnight. In
one mill at Osaka 26,000 workers
are under 15 years of age and oper
ate only 3,700 spindles. In this
country 300 persons operate that
number. In the Lowell mill of
4,000 looms and 122,000 spindles
there are 700 male and 1,500 female
operators. In Japan it would re
quire 12,000 persons to do this
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) llilo. f
3 lv Waiakea ar I
llilo It. R. Depot. f
11 r mountain Vieu lv
ar Volrano House lv
lv Volcano House ur
Connecting with Manna I.o.i.
ar Illicit ar
ar Honu.ipo lv
Hun arrival 01 .Manna I.o.i.
TIME TABLE OF STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Arrives Ilouuapo Leaves Honuapo
ug. 13 Sunday Aug. 16
Aug. 23 Wednesday..
Sept. 3 Sunday
Time Table of Volcano Stables Stage for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE
Wedn'sd'y P. M
'lv Volcano Stables ar
.ii 1 uiMiKou an
. repccKeo ar
lv Laupahochoc ur
ar uokala ar
2 2 ' I0:3U
lv Houokaa ar
ar Kukuihaclc ar
ar Kawaihac lv
in 5 a
x. 3 k
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When the weather is too rough for the Kiuau to land at I.aupahoehoe Wednesday
the leaving time of stage from llilo is changed to 4:00 a.m. on Thursday morning, and
the Wednesday stage from Laup.ihoehoe to Houokaa will be held tocoimccl uitb it.
On Mondays following the iifrival of the Mauua Loa in Honuapo on Sundays, the
leaving nine 01 me siage ior i.aupauoeuoe irom lino is cliauged to 10:00 a. in., and
the Houokaa stage is held at I.aupahoehoe to connect with it.
Aside from carrying of evpresi matter and passengers these stoges carry U. S.
Mail, so patrons may rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. WRIGHT, Manager.
ditions of labor in those islands; j work. The wages, however, in
. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for
National Caiie Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
Many who read this advertisement
have never seen any PURE
BLACK PEPPER. In Us
pure state it is a most pleasing,
fragrant, pungmt coudituiut, but
the article commonly sold a little
black pepper and a tot of roasted
peanut shells, cannot appeal to any
one. Our PEPPER comes in
15c, 25c 40c oud 75c tins, and it
will be n lesson to you to try a tin
of it and le.iru how little you have
known of BLACK PEPPER.
In future advertisements we uill
speak of Red Pepper, White Pep
per, lingltsh Mustard, Leaf Sage,
Allspice, etc. In the meantime we
want to bhow you the goods at our
The Owl Drug Co., Ltd.
C. Uaddaky, I'rop.
I " 'Resolved, That the incoming
executive council, upon receipt of
1 such report, take such steps as arc
deemed necessary to protect the in
terests of the American workers.
" 'I first struck China and looked
into labor conditions there. One
who can observe the condition of
the laborer in China and notes the
manner in which he is treated and
still thinks that the Chinese should
THE ARTISTIC TAILOR
Japan are 15 cents per day for a
man and 9 cents for a woman.
No Opium in Ciiamiikklain's
Cough Kkmkdy. Many cough
cures contain onium. The effect of
this drug is to diminish secretion of 1
the mucus, and the relief afforded ,
is only temporary. As soon as the 1
effect of the opium passes off, the
malady returns in a more seveie
form. The system is also weak-
Will produce a garment upon order that will satisfy the most
fastidious wearer of clothes. The
Latest in Spring Suitings and Trouserings
Are now arriving. Nearly all the Spring Patterns w ill be found
exclusively at Lelim.iuirs.
Call and Look at the Goods
C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUE ST.
Pri mo Heor
'boll Led and
,be allowed to come to ihe United lened and rendered mote susceptible
States to labor has no sense. The to cold. Chamberlain's Cough
laborer in China is degraded to such Remedy docs not contain opium in
! an extent that no language can de-1 any form. affords relief and
Beer, 10c a Glass
scribe to you hi-, degradation.
"There are some men in the Ivasl
ern part of the United .States who
rsay that we are all brothers and
should treat each other as brothers, j
irrespective of creed, caste, color or
1 race, and that it is not brotherly, ,
not right, to try to keep the Chi '
nese out of our country. Such men ,
j - r 1 inwiwn w t" wit 1 iiu turn ntL vi
aild IllSklCS' themselves: I think they would
fully lealize that were the Chinese 1
to get where the Caucasian now j
holds forth in the improvement and ' j
maintenance of civilization there
would quickly be a marked deteri-1
oration in that boasted civilization.
"It is my hrm belie! that it is
Call and examine our stock best for t,e Caucasian to go on!
alone in his present progress aud
j leave the Chinese out; the flooding I
j of the Pacific Coast or of any other 1
I locality with cheap Asiatic laborers ,
1 would simply mean the pulling '
R 1 down of the Caucasian labor pres
tige and a great deal more against
the advancement of the white work
"The Japanese, while they have1
made great strides in industries,
leaves the system in a healthy con
dition. It always cutes and cures
quickly. The llilo Drug Co. sells
, If you want to
Advertise in newsp ipi-rs
mywhere at anytime
i.all on or write
L C. Hake's Advertising Agency
in 11 .iHTumnt-. i.xinaiiK"
BAN FnANCIBOO - CAL.
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I YOU DOST GET ' pYU ------HKUlL. I
I iJJ I AGENTS- 'WNOLULU I
...All kinds of..
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. H. PHASIC, President
San Prancisco, Cal., U. S. A.
Koa Lumber in small and large quanti
ties; well seasoned.
Notick Neither the Masters no? Purniture made to order, any style
Agent of vessels of the "Matsou Line" I wanted. Repairs made 011 any kind ot
will be responsible for any debts con-1 furniture. Prices moderate,
traded by the crew. R. I GUARD, , -., , ol
Agent. Sorrao Cabinet Shop.
Ililo, April 16, 1901. 24- ' Applj toJOSIC O. S1CRRAO.