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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., .lUNJil 20, 1880.
Nolhto to Corporations.
In conformity with Section 1UI
of tho Civil Code, nil Corporation
nio heieby lecpiestcd to make full
nud accurate exhibit: of their affairs
to the Interior Department on or be
fore the 31-t tiny of July, the ?nmc
being for the year ending July 1,
Ulanks fot thi pin pose will lie fut
nished uinn application nt the In
C. X. Sl'ENPKK,
Mmistei of tin Interior.
lnteiior Hcpaitnieiit, June 20, '00.
Will he leceived .it the Inteiint Oillee
until WEDNESDAY, June :, 1890,
ut 12 o'clock noon, foi furnishing
ciy 12,000 feet more or le-s tf-Ineh
Wiiter l'ipe, &.iy 9,000 lh. tnninoi
Suniliy tiltin;.'s foi tin- alicnc.
Specilieations foi the siloe male
)ial ami all detaiN of jnfoi million
can lie obtained upon application
to the office of tin Supciiiitt-nilcut
of Honolulu Water W'otke
The Mini-lei of Interiot dm"! not
bind him-elf to iiccepl the lowest oi
any bid. C. X. SPKXCll,
Mitiitet of the Intel lot.
Inteiini Office, Juno 10, 1M0.
In aceoul.inee with Sec. Lot t'lmii
tii XXVlI.of l!ieLn-of l.MiC.
All peion. holding waloi piiviloge"
hi those paying wutei i.ilc-,nro here
by notified that tho water intes foi
I lie term ending December Ul, lftOi),
v,-ill he due and payable at the office
the Honolulu Wntervvoiks., on the
fir-t day of July, 1M10.
All Mich tales ieniaiiiing unpaid
tor fifteen days ufUM they are due,
will be subject U, mi additional 10
Vartie paying late- will please
biing 1 1 toi i last receipts.
Kales nie payable nt the office of
the' W.ilciwnik.s in tho Knpiiuivvn
Tho (statute allowing r.n di-cietion,
ktiict eiifoieeincnt of this claui-c will
C1IAS. 15. WILSON,
Hupl. J foil. Vateiwmk-
Honolulu, June 1.1, 1S0
5i:t J 17
a- xx jr.
Hulked to neither Sect uer Party,
But titallithed far the benefit of all,
FKIDAY, .IVJXK20, 1800.
The l'ionecr Hitilding and Loan
Association is worthy of a cordial
welcome as' heinsj a useful addition
to local inslitutioiH. Its proiuotets
and charter ineinlieti arc men of
known character and integrity, and
if well managed it is oidcuhtl
fd to be a gieat bcuelh to it
members and the community.
Mateiial change- were made in the
chatter fust submitted to the late
Cabinet, at tho instance of .Minislcis
and to clllcienfly protect all piivale
HER BRITANNIC MAJESTY.
Queen Victotia ascended the Hril
is'i throne June 20, 18:17. She was
crowned at Westminster June 2M,
1SI18. Her Majesty is 71 yearn of
ii ?e. She is the oldcot motiateh in
Christendom, at least among the
grcit nations, and has reigned
longer than any other. Her reign
hat been the most gloilous of llilt
ish soveroigiiH, and has been con
temporaneous with the greatest pro
gress in civilization, the woiid over,
ttial has ever taken place in an
initial period. This is ho cnnnpiuu
oubly true that the day we live in
will . take Her Majesty's name in
history as tho Violorian Kra. All
Victoria's subjects are to bo congra
tulated on this occasion in heating
fealty to hucIi a Sovereign, and may
oven be assured thai all ni'tions join
them in their patriotic invocation,
"God Save the Queen."
THE LABOR QUESTION.
(Paper rend bcloie the uri.iutcia' ba
ilor ami Supply Co.." Inn October.
b. J. M. Homer, but not before
Mu. Mackii:, Chairman of Labor
JJi'ar Mr: Your letter contain
ing questions to plantets respecting
labor supply and the propriety of
itiinoiting negio women troin Ja
maica or elsewlieie for plantnlion
labor, etc., arrled home days ago.
You will get the ideas of the plant
eis in this district upon the fit st
question from Mr. W. II. I'ickatd,
3 our co-committee, he being autho
rized to speak for them, but with
respect to the importation of women
as plantation laborers I wish to say
While Hie impottatinn of women
for low class labor may be all right
in a financial sense which I ques
tion I am against Hie proposition
upon patiiotic principles. Could I
have my wlni, no Chinese. Japan
ese, South Sea Islander, or Negro
female should hcieafter be iinpottcd
to these Islands as plantation labor
ers, except they come under con
tract, slipuloting that they must re
turn to their country when their
lime of service expires.
We know theie has been consider
able complaint made against the
Chinese, because they bring no
women with them. As I viow it,
we nave neeu to ne manikin mai
they hae not done so. I view it as a
providential inlerfeieiice that has
prevented it. This country un
doubtedly is destined for a higher
position a1? a chilling and chris
tianizing agent in the woildthan the
raising of human beings for low class
labot, who never could be made so
cial equals ami never would be
made political equals with the ninie
enlightened enfiauehised citizen.
Thus it may be clearh seen that we
noer could have a model kingdom
of equals heie if women were im
ported for the admitted purpose of
plantation labor, whicli would in
fact result in the raiding of human
beings for low class labor. That i
just what would be done if women
were imported as laboicrs in nuiii
bets equaling tins men, and as we
have providentially escaped this de
structive rock, let us not deliber
ately steer our ship of state upon it.
Just fancy to yourself what would
be the situation of the-e islands to
day if the 20,000 Chinese ami the
7000 Japanese had brought an equal
number of females with them, or a
propoilionalc number with the l'ot-
tugucse. Lvcry pair ot them we
believe have doubled their number.
Witli this figuring the 20,000 China
men with their 10,000 women and
their increase to date would have
numbered 70.000. The 7,000 Jap
anese with .),000 women and their
inctcuse would now number 1(1,000.
Thus makincr of these two classes
the formidable number of 80,000,
with power to double their number
every few years. So in a compara
tively shott time these islands would
have been completely swamped by
theso two races.
They arc good, peaceable people,
easily controlled by just lawn, and
both races are very industrious;
but they are not yet that kind of
mateiial that one would select with
which to build up a model kingdom,
and to have blighted the prospect ol
building up ouch a kingdom would
have been the planter's fault, -as the
laborers would not, nor could not
have come had the planters not paid
their wav. Fortunately the evil
hinted ati? not upon us, and it will
be our fault if we peiinit it to bo
done now; much more so, if we de
libeialely import them as settlers,
witli liboial supply of women. Sct
llets they and theb descendants
would undoubtedly be, they not be
ing anv more able to leave without
assistance should they wish to do
so than they were to come without
assistance. To leave they would
not wish, aftet living hem a few
v, ears, a, these islands are too much
of a heaven lor Chinese and Japan
etc fot them to wish peimaneutly to
The number ot these people now
here at e a blessing to theo Ul mils and
they will continue to be so il they
are justly dealt with, but these now
here do iiot anil will not make a pei
uiancnt supply of labot which 1 sup
pose to bu the wish ami aim nt the
chairman of our Labot Committee.
A continuous supply of laboi with
out its working an injiiiy to the state
being the great question, J Imo this
to propose :
Vis. ; That the plauteis impott all
their help not otherwise supplied
under contract for a term of years,
with a stipulation that lliey return
to their homes at the expiration of
their contiacts, and some provision
made by the contracting parties to
insure a teasouable tullilment or
said stipulation. 1 fuitlict pioposo
that the planters oppose the enact
ment of any law that aims to
aluidge the just rights ot any human
being now here, and in all eases be
controlled by the celestial law, vu.,
"Do as you would be done by."
Jf the planters act firmly upon this
principle towards those now heic,
and iil-o towards those they may
heieaftcr bring, this christian act will
become known aluoad and all na
tions that povtcso a surplus of labor
will he but loo willing to stippl.i the
wants of the Hawaiian plaulci, be
lieving as they would that their peo
ple will be well caicd for, well paid
and icturned to their homer, if they
Should we take the opposite
course, the imagination does not
lmvo to be very fruitful, to goo at
least Homo of the evils and compli
cations that may atise. If the
planters act wisely Hawaii will be
blessed by the laborers they bring
in and return, and the laborers
would be blessed by getting twice
or thrice the wages they get in their
This comae being pursued, no
antagonism growing out of this
question could ai'ne, if all lived up
to their contracts, cither between the
contracting patties or between the
nations thus lceipioc.itlug. Hut if
the present course is continued and
the laborer turned loose here, to
cither tramp or labor as he may
choose, Hawaii must eventually be
overtoil with this class of people
even without women. Then, in lact
now laws are demanded for lcstiict-
ing the. rights of these people. If
this demand should bo granted
trouble must arie between those
whoc rights arc taken fiom them
anil those who take them, and it
will also open avenues for unph as
antness to arise between those
countiies whose people have been
enticed away and oppressed, and
those who enticed anil oppress them
if such laws arc enacted.
Hotter that the Hawaiian (.lov-
ernment should pay the passage of
such back to their own count ty and
pay them for going, than do so
great a wrong as to deprive hit matt
beings of their just rights by law.
Justice demands that all wiongs
shall be atoned for, and one would
think that the atonement already
made by the great American nation
for the wrong committed against
the black man had been sufficient,
but il is not ,vet ended, and must
) recipitate another war, if justice
is not sooner satisfied. Let its take
w tuning from them anil do no wtong,
by wliti li justice could claim an
atonement f i out cither us oi our
THE NEW HAWAIIAN DIRECTOHY.
Having completed the e.tuv-i-s- fut
this wick in Honolulu and the I-1
iiud of Uabu, an. I cmnpilid llie tainr,
we find we Iriveon tin- Nland alone
ovci fiOUil mole n.imi than we bad
in out lust L-jtir. i Jo not include
anv ('lniiei-e thi' lime othu than
buxiii.. firim--, Hun iii.iiiai,'ii oi
boi kkei pets. We me iinte "tile this
O.ieclorv will lie a lull, complete and
teliahlc Miimc of inioimatioii and Ik
sati.-it.icloiy'lo all. We would icqucst
Uiom" who Winy have changed dace
of hiisinr-s oi n H,h nee, new coiucu,
oi any that wire o-ibly oniittnl,
loMMid tboir name with jne-cnt .id
die's to mo at once, Jf the new book
will In tend v fur di Ijvciv m Kcplcni
bei.lSOO. .I.C. LAX K,
1. O. J!u lli. Kdiloi.
58.") lvv-llfi It
AC'iinpcknt Oiil In
.child. .Mu-l come
mended. Anplv to
inKe cue of
Ml!-. .I. M. l)()V.-,rJT,
Mnkikl M. abftvc Itahall (iioiitid
pr.TU'KKN I.IIiruv and KlinuMieet
a l.ihr.uv JfoiiK ".Su.icinevei."
Finder will plci-c n'liuii to ltd- olllco
and n echo Miitalile lcw.tid. .'i.'i UI
rt"ll uuik'i -Iiicd have -ild mil Hie
dl piod- tin-im - In letofiueiar
ik'd on by theni at No. .",: .V.) Hotel
tiei't, to Mr. A. C Rllv.i who will ioii
diict the hutiiici- on lil-. uwii aecouut
fiom and after this d.ite
lloiiolulii, May 21 , Is'.lO. f.s'i tf
NOTION Id JLOllSKMEX!
hu Celebr.itid lii.n
fi'tV'i' imiiiui in will -liiini
fc52-Arv lid- mil-mi til the
Jrj-?i W.mdlivvii D.ihy;
iiiuidoili" will 'land
teiin-5 c'JO. 1 oi fun her
applv at the D.iiiv
Ilorsi'.s & irnloM for
vw -IMl i: follriw Insr di'-li..hl.. .ini-
M3) - "'-d-will liem'd nt a li.u-B-iiL
fi.iln. lo win 11 I'hie VuiuifC
lloic-, U Yoiuir Mule-, iied by the
Kuutiieky .IncK lliuehci,' It ltiood
M'uc-. c.peclcd shortly to have Mule
foal. Applv to
570 tf l2Meiili.ini - net. Ilouoliilii.
HOUSK with 7 moms
uid bub, mi die coi
ner of lluicliiniii mid I'eiiiii-
col.i 'licet-. Cats lM"- the liiini. Ali-
pl.v at thl- oilli e. .Is! if
-CT, f, rVlU) Two-Moiy P.tlck
i&Si l Hiilkllux now ii-cd us
SSSa Ilm ollU r the II iwiiii.iu
'J'liiiiivvnjs t'u,, (I.'d), on King -tied.
Mllt.ihlc ellbi'i lot an otitic or -toie,
Apply oil the pli'illl-e- .'7!) lit
TO LET or liKASK
'UK Keeld e of .Ml-. A.
l.oiig, In J'iiiiim Vnllcy.
?&& A to
01 IClng .-l , urn .1, mun -toic.
tffK A. TJIAT de-iiiible
ft.v.s,vfH A- on Koii
rlicet, ill the
iii 'Mclneinv lilock,'' iceentlv
ticuiipicil by .1. N. h. W II1I.UII-, miiable
lor oilicu in bloio Pot liitoiuiatlrni
niipl to otllee t'lilun It ou Woil.e, i:--iilauiide,
CV.IMH ,1. N. h. Vi II.1.AM.S.
L-'OIl MALE OI1KAI
AC O.MPf.r.Ti: outllt for m iking and
dlcpciipltii' carbon ilcd licveingui,
all in genii Older.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
On KA-TUJtDAV, Juno a J,
.: Iti O'CLOCK M)OV,
In fioiit of iiiv Saleroom. Queen sheet,
I will n'll ut Public Auction,
1 Iiiy Horixo,
llinkcn to Saddle ifc Haines-;
1 Saddle $3are,
Imth flood Horses.
I 2-whool Drake,
I Sot HurncbS.
,7 AS. V. 7tTOKUAX,
IVifii'. Ihi'iloi'A (1n
1 UUlllV liUI Mil IIIV UUiJ IJ Uj
U, V, rtl!lipb-,u, rtejIJcnti J. G. Spcrc-r,
t.asf j.ti 1', L, Wluter, Treawcr.
1 llf. V KltV I.ATTST IN
Dinnn T.nmnc R'lnmiAl T nnino
i urn" uu;i;oi) uuuiiiui iiuuioj
Hall Ltvmps & Chandeliere,
.1ut ltcceUed from the l'actoij.
A New Line of Refrigerators,
A Full I hie of the Tim mite
Eddy's r.tfrlgcrdloi's and Ico Cbsels,
i'ioi'.oi'u H. a L Vilcij Km LI lci cf Looit,
rhuiol, Jr., OiiUiv::ors.
Pictures Frames & Mouldings.
Hii dwaro Co.. L'd.
Toil A. .Meicli lllDts.
' O fy "5"
i W 'Li. -
Oil 31 ON!) AY, July 21st,
Tlicic will be mid at Public Am lion,
at Kaliil.iiiul, M.uii,
100 Hssil Cows k Calves,
MOKE or LESS.
C?" A pio t oiiporttinity to ii.neui
lino oiock. " TiTli J til
HENRY M. STAHLEY"
. V" "...i'Si:
IN DARKEST AFRICA
Tlifcanjbteatnry f Htanl j'inc nt t rli.u
aifi ttu.tj n 1 1 fio ilincitu to ttt Ji'i luiit'iUiit
div,vii.. iwUlriiKAr for tlm Mil tl uj hi tlu
wotl wilttui hf l.lifn'f. i uHU.l "il li luit
ATrl'T. Ut itt.t lt il rtivnl ) y ny u' I'm m
cilril'fiLiiilr) li(il"h. f I In oK "i liwV'"
I Ii0'IHmI Ull h( lit lv ' 'Id ' OHO l)f tlltm Jmfl
Si a ul yemt lltutu a llt,
'H'Tv-l kiioipu ititinnlMiut Hi'a hi t'cmciitlK. mt
cmcHiint jnrtKnl ir Vt'ujuaiauttolt, uiij
WJ I lUU t. it Hi. Ih Jiuan tl.u fiu.
1 tut nf
CHAHLES SCRIUN'nim SONS
ht tlut Ilm cm umlui -,i ut cjiuIi i icuitincjitu
f atnt) Tion i h
L L BANCROFT & C0
132 POST STRIIET,
General Auonta for the Pat-ifie Coail.
J. W. Chambcriin,
Soje Agent for Hawaii. m Kinploni.
ViirniMhtul IIousi To Lot
.-si, a A T Wrtlk'kl, a two s-ior.v
ESS A IIoii-i, (i)Lla nlng -
cSSeSal iooiih nicely fsmMied, vvl'h
km bin, Immi, Until i,m1 hviv.iit'nr(n)iie,
ilible, itf! , lo lei for a le v nir ntlis al
ruimiahlo rule. Ui rooms Mill be kt
si iuIv vl h unod I'Milo luiurd.
HAWAIIAN MT-JNhSS ACJKXCY.
Valuable rroi'oriy For iSalo
mv A. (X Niiuniii Avenue, ti
W'S v nuwl tiirnlnlieil y Morv
LaaJci llnii-e eoi.l didiiK 8 looiah.
''.ueliiii, ImiIiiooiii, ilnei.il, curlneii
hoae, ftilile, licneiv, ue. Uimind
liDiitiiin - 'i 10 ncie-, wull lidt! out In
lnv.li8, shndc and truil irien, llnvvcij,
Me. Will lc mid lnv, with orwiiinml
fui'iliiim, horns, nrri ipe-, live h'lik,
mid all lie iiiipoln'iiiiMUs iivi'diil in it
llr-'ibn- ie-1'liince, us the ovuur hi
tcniU linvtna there Islntiil".
HAWAIIAN UL'fcdNlMh AOKNL'Y.
'plin licit lemedyfiir
1 woimiK, ulcer-,
gall-, iioud tles-h and
nues of eveiy iltsctip
tiun to iiui.-mis or aui-
iii.iR Adnpted bj leading horse i.iil
road, club and lively ut.iblcs, tie., in
the L'nltod Slates and cl-cwlicie. We
are piepnied to ptove this stiilemcnt by
testluionlaU and iclcience to planters
mid llvuiincn In tbU Kliii;ilom.
HAWAIIAN' i:UblXK"Ss AUTCNUY.
mid Miuiroscoiiu VIuwn of the
inobt attractive ecencrv, luilldlngs, etc,
In tin t.l.uuh, fur ine at ruibouablu
HAWAIIAN 1IUSINKSS Afll'.NOY.
Corner Koitaiid Mcielnuit nUecfg.
Utm For full parllettlats apply to
Jumbles, Coffee Ckes, Crackers,
JT And will he DKIJYKUEl) FltKi: of CHAUGK to any
llll.l. of SAICIC;
Cntlec, Tea, Clioeolatft & Milk,
Stcilis, OliopB, Kihh, Hani A Kjjgn,
I trw i tiinrwi t-f firrf r-m'.trrti-t ktsxm4kt,mBXilfmtintit tit wlir iimMnnttrif nn uj.
Sole Proprietoro of
Ginpr Ale, Hod All. Miu, M$miA
Kir Ail coiimuniictilimiu
I 1" -
Fur TDKoMams ft Hsiekeic
'J'lic A I n-nii!h!ili
Ui.'..' llf, ioIiiIii lot lliu r.biui
on or nl mil
.SEJIS' EC )li.
RT I'or freight n.- pitri', li iv lu j
se etbu e-ib'.ii and sU'-riiM' i.Ch'.iuhii..
duMens, apply to
Wra. 0. H:VIII Ct CIo.
Electricity is Life !
l ANY pei-on- Iiud a moderate ap
1I pllc.itlouof Kleetilcltj Itenellelul.
Kleclilclty -oinetliiies cuicr mid iiemlv
always beuetlts Itlu'iiinittlhin, Neiiralgln.
Iiidigc-ilon, ICte.. and aetH like a tonic
and li ven bmiellclal In ciso ol ("leiiciul
On Uuoon Street,
And ;; t an lilcctilc Shock by dioppliiff
a Nic.ol in the slut. Can be regulatid
lo "-nit the delicate a- well iistlmsliong.
Them U al-n nne of the-e Klcctrlo
Miiclilner. ut Young XapV, corner ol
King and Hctliel tn cl. :7I lm
1)AHTrESilc-lrlng Avocado lVarn In
Uii.iutllie- of mil lm- than M) will
J)r. HENItl ii. MuUltEW.
il I'aiis, ll.lh letuilli'il lo Ills llOIIK)
on Ilm Minn), for the purimnii of te
Minihig the practice of medicine. Jin
may be found ul his old ollluj on Hotel
ticet between Poll and Alukea blu'oK
Oillee hoiiif fioui 8 to 11 a. vi., ami '2 to
I and li in S t, m. r,7it lm
Powoll's Bas:ap; 12xii'irh.
POWF.LL, foinierly einployed
at iTnloii teed Co. for several
years, having gone Into the baggage
cmiiccs, bii-iucss, Milkltf lnitrou.ige.
Stand, cuiuer of King and Itcilml
sticetR. Oi tiers c.iu bu left at Young
Niiii'!; i-I.U' r-taml. Baggage delivered
wlili nrniunlneM and cine to any part
oi city, jmio i
issrrcn iv the
lUCMAHU A. JCoUtmiW, PrCHiilout.
CJ-A.JV U t&'V R EBrl
ALWAYS OX HAXO'AXn TO ORDL'Il
Pies, Buiis, Rolls,
JVom 11:30 ai. in.
ami ordoi.n ghouhl lie aihSi'c.fiCil to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Iluvinf nonoved out HODA WOHKfl to mom cmuinodious quintet"
(N'cnr the Custom Ho'ise)
now pw-pured to fninii-li at
ui tho billowing llish
Plain, SvHt, Linn, Slrawfenrrr or Gnu 'Seta,
b'araaparilla, Savsaparilla vt Iron Water, und Ci'nb
, Applo Cldor. '
Il.iiig utehirivily the HYATT l'UUK WATiMl SYSTKM.
HOLLI8TER &. CO.,
F IGURSD INDIA SILKS I
TIIK LAKGKHT and MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS 1
fiff No. '1 Ptilleriih alike. Kaohionalilo DrcHHimking upstairs jgff
AVithout a ltival in lrl & Quality !
Ono-tlxhd tho Price of tho Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Uoe It !
Q&- Suvingnf :j.1 Pei Cent in Cost and Quality the Veiy Host. ($
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
"'' nm HieliiMvn Ageutu foi the Hawaiian Island.
Dr. A. It. G Aims 11
HAS removed bli oillee in No. M
Ili'ii'l.iula. between Fort ami
Xniinnu Rtreeu. OllU c limns: tiittnti)
II A. M.. mill to 4. unit 7 In R i. i.
I'O 1 Mutual TuUnhouo No. aoj. i70 lm
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
part of the city.
HU'Wt, .Soused rig'n Feet, Kle.
- os - .
& IRON WATER,
Mineral Mn Bit
- hoit notice, and of prime iitality, any
CIih Aerated licveianea:
to 1 p. an. "i
)W'I.MHf..'IMWWMMWnWIWWW I ..ii... i
Chas. J. FISHSL'S,
Lending .Millinery llnui-o, (nnci Poit A- Motel tin.
u B y bi tLy i 11
Dr. A. f.UIZ
J I Mi liaMi nflice hours from S In p,
a. m. and A to i'i i. m at No. :u
Iteielanla. between Port and Niiiiaiiu
streeti!. Muimd Telephone Xn. 5W2
anil ITU, i70 liu
1 ?w -
ttftt&ioc v jS k &itffliikk&ifofc vw &tJ&&&&&tA4lJ! ,tk$Mi;Ma
Htsr'ttklk ' 0 iAsHWW'' si -. .