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DAILY BULIdnTIN: HONOLULU, II. I., DECEMBER 2, 1880.
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Alameda December II
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AntriM Ml Sorvics
nm nan vius(!ii'o,
Tho uuw and flno Al atcel steainahlp
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo duo at Honolulu from Byducy
innl Aucklnud on or about
December 14, 1889.
Ami will leave for the abovo port with
malls nml passengers on or about that
For freight or passage, having BU.
PKIUOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WE G. IEW1N & CO.. Agent.
For Sydney and Auckland
Tb new and fine Al steel Btc.mjrtilp
Of the Ocwmlc Steamship Company, win
"bo tlno at Honolulu from Hun
Francisco on or about
December 21, 1889.
And will have prompt dii-'rmtcli with
imdlaiind passengers for the above poiUi
Kor lreight or pas?nge, having SU
I'BKIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, applj
a Wig. 0. IRWIN & CO.. Agentt
A. G-. SILVA,
07 Hotel St., opposite Urthel SU
Cabinet Work Neatly Done,
Furniture Repaired & Polished.
Aluttlntr to Our j o lis JCnld.
SSjrWnrk well and promptly dtino t
roawiiiible prices. " tttiG liu
N .Experienced Sng:ir Roller,
JJl. ply liy letter with
I'Opinn ut testimonial to the
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Fui'iiislicil lI011.se To. Let
AT Waikllci, a two story
Douse, uonlaiuiuu siv
1 rooms nicely furnished with
kitchen, lnnai, hath and servant's rooms,
stnble, etc., to let for a lew months al a
HAWAIIAN Rl'SINESS AGENCY.
Vulusillo Property For Sale
AN Nuuanu Avenue, a
J ncwlv furnished 12-storv
1 House contalninar 8 rooms.
kitchen, liathroom. closets, oarrlaee
house, stable, hencry, etc. Grounds
contain 2 2.10 acres, well laid out in
lawns, shade and fruit trees, flowers,
etc will be. sold low, with or without
furniture, horse3, carringes, live stock,
nnd nil the appointments needed in a
tirst-elass reslacnce, as the owner in.
t''4idt leaving these Islnnds.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AQENOY.
rpilE best lcniedy for
A wounds, ulcers.
frills, jirouil llesh and
sores of every deserlp-
--tioii to persons or ani
mals. Adopted by leading horse rall
lond, club and liverv stalrics, etc.. In
the United States and elsewhere. We
are prepared to prove this statement !v
testimonials aud references to planters
and liverymen in this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY
A LARGE assort moid of Fholograplts
and Stereoscopic Views of the
most attractive scenery, buildings, etc,
lu these Islands, for sale at leawuuiblo
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGKNCY.
Corner Fort and Mcichnnt streets.
Irof. G. SAUYJL.ET,
PIANO, VIOLIN & SINGING LESSONS.
Residence: Corner Richards and'Bcre.
tania streets, Hawaiian Hotel, or nt the
residence of the pupil. nov.2d.UM
RS. MONROE, ladies' num-, has
removed to jho. :j, hukui lane.
ANEW AVIlcox ii White Parlor
Ormi with eight stops, Suitable
for ecbool pr church.. A lino instru
ment. Apply at 07 mncnuowi nree
ippo-tltij ii. J. All
Mission Institute. U73't?
AH. ROW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
olllec and pharmacy al Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, comer Hotel aud Richard
streets, Bclftn title treatmcht in all kC
eases of domestic animals. Orders for
limitation ami ranch stock promptly
attended to. Mutual Telephone SW.
I'. O. Box 1120, mti.l8.Kii
T.WIXG .bought out Mr. W: H.
1 Piw.i ti, (In. "llminliiln ISirriiiiri,
Manufactory," at 128 Fort street, I am
lircnared to enntlnuu the abovo buslmvH
under the old uume of Honolulu Car
Huge Manufactoiy, and being an old
luiperleuccd carriage builder I solicit
the ptronatro of iny old friends and the
nubile In general, aud with my thorough
Knowledge of the business and with ex.
nerlenced workmen and using only tho
beet muterial 1 guarantee general eatki.
fuctlou. I'lease call aud fee we befote
Honolulu, Oct. 29, IWfJ 91 tf
WICDHING ami HOLIDAY l?f fclgSrONXH.
P.. 1 DILLINGHAM, JAS. G. SPENCER, F. L. WINTER,
President. Mannger A- Seeiclnry. Treasurer.
g0 These GooiIn linvo just been received from America and Europe,
iinil are being opened and placed on exhibition in the Upstairs Art Room,
tiH rapidly as possible. Mig-.'l-SS
-OFFER AT RED
California lluy, Oats, limn,
Oil flake IVIcal, Linseed Jllenl,
Hnvloy, Rolled Barley,
Miriilltng 'Ground Rarley,
"Wheat and Corn Flour.
FLOUR s3Alt;t, Golden Galo & Salinas- FLOUR
Telephones, No. 175.
HOLLISTEfi & CO.,
101) FOltT MTJREKT, IIOKOIilfaiH.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Coif ate & Co.s Celebrated Mimes tl Toilet Soaps,
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
WARRANTED GENUINE A
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobacoos.
JSoll "X'oIeplioiieSO -"JOS0-
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Near l'orl Street
HAVE THE BEST QUALITY
tiACIf AND EVERY KIND OF
8& Which will ho uold AT
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBIN, TIN, COPPER AND
9&3 Sheet Iron Work.
ware Co., LU
Cor. Edinburgh & ftneon Sta.
iT !LE "
IN Ql'ANTITIES TO SUIT.
3iiitixal Tclepbono. 371
LOWEST 11ATEB by
THE LABOR QUESTION,
X'raellcnl Views or tho NltuaUon...
C!ett)' nnl Hienii Lntior lieflneit.
11V JOHN M. IIORNr.lt.
IvtiiTOti UtiLLr.TiN: There arc
crioua, if not critninnl clinrgcs,
uracil ftgninst tho plnnlcrs nbottt
which I wish to 903' 11 few words.
Honest crilicisui is rather commend
able an tending to correct and in
struct, but falso insinuations and
unfounded criminal charges are both
wrong aud revolutionary in their
We are ncctmod of being tho
authors directly or indirectly of all
idleness, unthrift, suffering and dis
satisfaction, political and otherwise,
now to be found on these islands,
and "that the planters havo robbed
the natives of their wealth and of
(heir political rights." I pronounce
thene charges (slanderous, falso and
criminal, and none of them can be
If tho planters possess wealth n
charged, wo have the conscious feel
ing thht. wo have robbed no one of
it; but wu havo created it out of
tho elements, havo taken it out of
nnturo's storehouse. We have
rented or bought tho lands we cnlti
vatu of natives and others at prices
that would have appeared fabulous
a few years ago. We havo over
come the natural obstacles io our
progress found upon the land by
clearing it of jungle and rook, in
Botne cases at an expense of $100
per aero ; brought water from long
distances at great expense, und thus
made barren soils fruitful. We
have robbed no one, but wo have
opened avenues of prosperity to thou
sands. So instead of our injuring
our country or our fellow.-citixena
by our works or dealings, ' I would
unhesitatingly nfilrm that tho pro
uent material prosperity of these
islands should be credited to tho
1 was in Honolulu iu July, 1846.
Then there were there only a few
structures thai would bear the dig
nified name of "house" all other
habitations were uativo huts, My
impressions arc, that two mechanics
could have"done all tho mechanical
work then yearly required in Hono
lulu plenty of people, but little
agriculture and less commerce; little
business and no material prosperity
were then visible But the planters
got to work more vigorously, opened
the storehouse of naturo, and com
pelled her to yield her wealth for
the happiness of man. The wel
come news, that "Hawaii could buy
and pay" was sent abroad; and
keen-sighted, enterprising men load
ed ships with their surplus merchan
dise and crude machinery, aud
started for Hawaii. Scores of
steamers have followed laden with
tho costly products of both factory
and farm, and fleets of Bteam and
sailing craft are now profitably cm
ployed transporting the planters'
output of wealth and auppiie3, to
and from domestic ports, and to
ports of other countries. Scores of
mechanics have found profitable em
ployment, and thousands of other
laborers have been constantly em
ployed at wages doliblc and treble
of what they ever received in their
own countty. Natives' wages have
increased from $5 per month to $20
aud 2(5 per month.
Honolulu haw grovn from scatter
ed native huts, lo'a ereditablo city
with noted mansious and public
buildings, numerous churches and
still mora numerous schools. Its
exports and imports amount to many
millions yearly. "Wooden houses
have almost exclusively taken tho
place of the grass hut throughout
the group. Towns havo grown in
size und importance aud scores of
villages have sprung iuto existence.
Costly dwolliugH, factoriea, rail
roads, clectrio lightB, paved strfcets,
telephones, telegraphs, and other
signs of civilization and enlighten
ment announce the prosperity of
Hawaii. America, Europe and Asia
havo contributed men and means to
this prosperity, which now with only
80,000 people (and many of them
drones) export over 11,000,000 of
wealth yearly. About the whole of
the above oreditable showing is due
to tho planters.' It makes a very
pretty picture to lok back upon.
But what our accusers fail to see,
have forgot, or don't wanito ceo, jb
the struggle and labo'r, both mental
and physical, the planter has under
gone to produce such u prosperous
looking picture. The keadacbo, and
the heartache, caused by ,tho uiontnl
strain exerted iu his great anxiety
to "push through," financial pulse
jow and getting lower, heartsick and
almost discouraged, uuectiBing and
oppressive labor, sleep fitful and
unsound, and many, nftcr years of
such trials, labortug and holping
to produce tho above, picture, finally
failed, "went out at tho little end of
the hern," and a few of tho mora
fortunate aro not yet out of the
woods. Many of our accusers pro
fess9 to believo that tho planters
have robbed tho natives of this
wealth nnd rado to their enviablu
position on "flowery beds of onso."
A great mistake.
The lands now ttsod by the plant
ci9 were uncultivated, save perhaps
one per cent., which may have been
used for cultivating potatoes and
I aro. The 09 per cent, was in a
state of nature, yielding nothing for
Its owners. Evon now, only a small
part of tbo fruitful lauds of tboeo
islands is cultivated by tho plautor8,
lli rerrralnJns'part. 1? still in a" Statu
of nature, which leaves ample-op
portunity and room for industrious,
plisuing men to make lortun83,wtth
ont bogrtidging the plantcra what
they havo honestly otriven for nnd
( Conclusion next issue.)
Trnlos will lnwo Honolulu over the
Ouliii Railroad & Land Co. n follows 1
mjj j MIT TTTKMttl 1 yli 1 r ,"?,' ) Jfri
B:00 A. M. 8:45 A. M.
11:00 A. M. 11:45 A. M.
:0O r. M. 3M5 1. M.
I.KAVK HA1.AWA AlttMVK HONOLULU
l::iO A it. 10:15 a. m.
it!:S0 r. m. l:ir. p. m.
1:15 i'. M. 5:00 v. it.
0:30 A. at.
13:30 ) M.
11:00 l. m.
10:15 A. M.
1:15 r. M.
3:13 l 31.
11 :00 A At.
1:43 r. M.
11; 13 A. si.
2:80 v. At.
1:15 l M.
3:0Q r. St.
J. T. WATKUHOtllSE.
IIm list opened out a largo aBEortment
of Goods suitable for the
JEKoliday -:- Trade
HAND PAIRTED NOVELTIES,
Yes and No Bolls !
Ami Dolls of overy other ties
New Games, Footballs,
Anil otbor kinds of BiiIIk.
Doll Carriages, Rocking lloraefl,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Toys for the Million
snw sTVLr.a i:r
DRY and JFAXtJY OOOBS.
Will return by tho "AuBtrnlln" next '
trip, with tho
Finest Assortment of Jewelry,
EverMxm In Honolulu, Including tlio
latecitrpntternB rind dcfilgiiB in
RUBIE8, ETC., ETC.
From G errantly, France, England and
RESERVE -:- YOUR
Till you esiinlue bin stool:. Ilia
well known MU In
Enables him tn" Eiilt tiny fiury In ordorB
for upcchil woik. 400 tf
LADIES' "IIONEST SHOES,
Untrimmed Ha;ts 1
Indies', MIsew' anil Chlldreo's
Bilk, 103 to $1 oo.
Boys' Caps . Hew Styles - School IlatB
MEN'B WHITE SniRTd, I.aun.
dried and Uulnumlrled.
and a varied afsortinout of
XMAS GOODS !
55 & 57 Hotol Street.
A8EJII-ANNUAL meeting of the
Hoard of trustees of Jho Qneon's
Hospital will bo held on THURSDAY,
the lUth December, 1830, nt the rooms
of tho Chamber of Commerce nt 10
o'clock a. si. Amendment to tho Dy.
laws. Pct oider.
V, A. BC'IIAEFER,
Ifrnofulu, KoV. U, W. m ta
Mm loods !
Will utnnd nl Soivlco nt
ItRCOiiD 9:2fe', Bftcrniuento, Bept. 1G,
18d7. " '
FRDtanicB: Itarlp was sired by
On Inn's I'ntchon, ho by Geo. M. Pat.
clien, Jr.; Marin's dam by Einlffront, ho
by Billy McCrtickcnt Hilly MoOrnckon
by McCraokcn's Black Hawk, 707, (tho
afro of Lndy Donley; nnd of tho dam pf
Ovflimnn, 3:10M). McCrackcn'n Black
Hawk, 707, by Vennont Ulnck Hawk, (I;
2nd itnm by Mdrahnll'g Uluck Hawk, he
by Kostou's Hlnek llnwlc. Thn dam of
Qnlnn'o Patchon by .Btockbrldgo Chief,
ho by Vermont B)acXn.n,wk, 0.
R. T. t:arroll tjf-'iSfth. ICrnuolsco. the
former owner of klty-lti', '-vouoUos, that
out of thlrty.8lxmtire,3-8crvcd by this
horse during his, lrist foason in Ctili
fornla, Uilrty.flvoprpved with foal.
"PAUIi SS. ZSRNBIiBG.
Artificial Teetli.fromi'otio to an entire
sot Inserted on gold,- silver, alliunlnum
and rubbor bases. Crown and Bridge
Work a specialty: ,, To piiritonB wearing
rubber plates wh'lch nro a constant
source of irritation to the mouth ano
throat, wo would rccommond our Pro
phylactic Motal Plate. All operattont
performeil tn nccordanoe with tho latchi
Improvements In denial sclcnoe. Teeth
Extracted without-tpnln by tho use of
Nitrous Oxide Ga..
tSTOfflco nt Old'.jrejrloan RcBldonce
Hotel street. ' ,-. : Fel-20.8t
THOMAS & HENRY,
Fort Street, next Lucas' Mill,
Ship's Blacksmllhlng, .Drays, Carls &
Wagon Bulldlsg rns specialty.
Every description of- -.work In . the
above lines performed In a flret-clast
manner and executed at-sliort notice.
E Orders fforflAtfi -othor Islands
solicited. WJ11 eVplpwied to see all
W.W. Wright & Son
All orders for whop.' Vehicles of every
description flllooAyith promptness.
First clats mechanics employed.
Fine Carriage Wbrfea Specialty
THA3I VXiW, .MIBriBTJSHKS,
Plantation Wagons,;MiiiQ & Ox Carts,
Made to order;, dlterid'or repaired.
Carriage Paintingi Trimming,
ICTC, E7P... ip-rp',, KTC.
Our HORSESHOEING Department
Ir under tho niflnsfsement of R.
ccU3J Cnyi'erd: 8m
74 King- Bt.
Rattan & RgccL Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Moved with Garc.
Matting and Carpets Laid,
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO RENT.
Euroi)enn J?JIlvU Parlors.
TnE HandBomeflt Dillliird Parlors in
tho city, aml.'fltted up In the most
approval style. Four tables with all Uib
J. V. JJOWKN & CO;,
870 tf PfripriutojF,
- .,,,.,' : ,
RECEIVED ex '"'Zealand la" New ten
lund Mullet (now catch). la 4
J, E. HROWN & UO
4MJ5 3-w fii MtTcbtiat street.
123 days from Liverpool
Largo, Varied & Selected Block,
Wicker AVfirc, Etc.
A full lino
A largo assortment.
BOOTS, SHOES & LEGGINGS,
LtTerpobl and ' 'Vj;'
Higgin's Dairy. ,
- Oils! Oi!:i!'-V' .'
Boiled & Raw Linseed, Oastprl -, A
Paints & Zinc: !
Fern .Stands1 & Wire Baskets,. '
Kettles, . vX
Fry pans, Etc-Etb.
Corrugat&dl& Plala. '
Patent Bteel Harlied'
BEASTBADB of IRON,
FEH.OB WIRE, ;
Of all varieties always In stock.
Hay, Feed & Flour
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