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HONOLULU, II. I., FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 22, 1892.
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Honolulu. II. I.
Attorney at Law and Notary
Public. Merchant street. Honolulu. 1-01
J ALFRED MAGOON,
. Attorney at Law and Notary
l'ublic. No. -12 Moicliunt stieet, Hono
1! W. Sciimidt Sc Sons,
JLJL lmpoituis &j Commission Mer
chants. Foit stieet, Honolulu.
HHACKFKLD & OO ,
lulu, II. 1.
aud Queen streets, Uono-1-01
GW MacfauliANE Sc Co.,
linpoiteis and Commission
Meich.ints. Queen street, Honolulu,
11. 1. 1-01
GONSALVES & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers and Wluo
Merchants. ilcivcr Block, Honolulu,
11. I. 1-91
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
liupoiter aud Dealer in General
Merchandise. Queeu street, Honolulu,
II. 1. 1-91
WILDER & CO.,
Dealers in Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nulls, Salt and Building Materials
of eveiy kind. Corner Foit and Queeu
streets, Honolulu. 1-01
L EWERS & COOKE,
Impoiters and Dealers In Lum
ber aud all kinds of Building Materials.
Foit street, Honolulu. 1-01
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Honolulu, i II. I.
tjteam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers; Iron, LSrass aud Lead Castings;
Machinery of every description made to
order. Particular attention paid to
Ship's Blacksuilthiug. Job Wotk ex
ecuted at shot t notice. 1-91
Atlas Assurance Goiaiiy
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
C. B. R8PLEY,
OtKiCK: Koom 0, Spieckels' Block.
Mutual Telephone 208.
New Designs ! Modem Buildings !
Complete plans aud bpcclllcatlons, for
every dcbciiptiou of building. Conducts
diawn and caieful xupeiiutencleiicu of
conbtiuctioii given when lcquiicd. Call
and examine iilans. apr 20 ly
Win. G. Irwin & Company,
OKKKU KOH 3ALK
JLjinae Ac Cement,
PAHAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
BOOK & OUIiAWDT'B
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
GRASS SEEDS :
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Cornet1
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
Australian Mail Service!
FOK SAK fc'KANUlNVO.
Tho New and Fine Al Stcol StcaniBhlp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due al Honolulu fioin Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Feb. I I. 1892,
Aud will leave for tho above port with
malls and passengers on or
about that (lute.
t&" For freight or passage, having
su perlor accommodations, apply to
Wm Q. IEWIN & CO.. L'd
For Sydney and Auckland !
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sau
Francisco on or about
Feb. I l? 1892,
And will have piojnpt dispatch with
mails and passengers for
the above ports.
C2T For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
V7m Q. IRWIN & CO.. Ld,
Miller's Steams!. Go.'s
ST MR. 'KINAU.'
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p. m.,
touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Bay
and Makeua tho mime day ; Maliu
kona, Kawaihuc and Laupahoelioe the
following day, arriving at Hilo at
Friday Jan 22
Returning leaves Hilo touching at
Laupahoelioe same day; Kuwuilnio,
A. M. ; Mahukona, 12 noon ; Makena,
6 p. m. ; Mualnea Bay, 8 p. m. ; Laha
ina, 10 p. m. the following day ; arriv
ing at Honolulu G a. m. Wednesdays
AKRIVE8 AT HONOLULU.
Friday Jan 29
$JKT No Freight will be received
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock p. m., touching at Kahu
lui, Huclo, Hana, Hamoa and Kipa
hulu. Returning will arrive at Hono
lulu every Sunday morning.
SJ8f No Freight will bo received
after 4. p. m. on day of Bailing. '
Consignees must be at thu landings
to receive their freight, as we will not
hold ourselviri responsible after such
freight has been landed. While the
Company will use duo diligence in
handling live stock, we decline to as
sume any responsibility in case of tho
loss of same, and will not be responsible
for money or jewelry unless placed in
the care of Purbors.
W. O. WILDER, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. J. A. KING, Port Sunt.
Pacific Mali Steamsbip Co.
Occidental & Oriental S, S. Co.
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Stcameis of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu ou their way to the
above poits on or about the following
Stmr. "Gaelic" Feb. 11, 1892
Slmr. "Rio do Janeiro"..,,.. April 12, 1802
Stmr. pceanic". June 0, 1892
Tor San Francisco.
Stcameis of thu above Companies will
call at Honolulu ou their way from
Hongkong and Yokohamu to the above
pou ou or about the following dates;
Stmr "Oceanic" March 6, 1892
Stmr. "City ol Peking" May 5, 1892
Stmr. "Gaelic" Aug. 17, 1892
lr Round Trip Tickets to Yokohama
und leturu, $350,
VHr For freight and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
207 tt Agents,
GIVE J. L Mkvku the Painter a call
uud have your Puper Hanging done
pioinptly and neatly. ISO Fort stieet.
P. O. Box 887. Mutual Telephone
CCi, 160 tf
ALL KINDS OF
JEWELRY I&DH to ORDER
Large and Fine StocK In Hand.
ANYTHING YOU ORDER.
King Street, between Nuuanu
I herewith appoint Mn. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent for the sale of my
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing in
the Hawaiian Islands. Beware of
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, the 19th pf September, '90.
A FULL ASSORwirFjUST ARRIVED.
MRS, FLORENCE WILLIAMS
Course of Lectures
JANUARY 20, 1892,
At Mu. C. R. BISHOP'S at 10 o'clock
Cieo. J211ot'H WorlCH.
All Ladies are invited to Attend.
Subscription $3; Single Admission $1.
Mns. W. F.
wm. millerTcabinet maker
Having removed his business to the
Al(IiIIV;TO. III.OCK. HOTi:i, NT..
notifies his patrons aud the pub
lic generally that he hits
in stock and for sale
Musical IuHrumeots, Curios, Canes,
Etc., mnde from native woods. Cabinet
Making aud Inlaid Woik of Bvery Ue
sciiption executed in llrst-elass style.
Try my rornltore Pollth, the Beat In the World.
Partlcului attention paid to ltepairing
aud satisfaction guai uutced. UJl-lm
TO LET !"
About to be built at the corner of Ilere
tauia and Keeauiiiokii stieuts, each con
taining I'm lor. Dlulug-ioom, Hallway,
4 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Pantry und Bath
room. IfeS The plans can bo seen nt my
ollleo, und any alterations desliedhy'a
tenant will be made.
aoa tf c. J. McCarthy.
MISS N. von GERICHTEN,
IPianist. Ac SJoloiHt
Teaches thu Higher and Lower Rudi
ments of Music. For further Informa
tion inqtiiiu at Fort-sheet House, or
Huwuilan News Co.'s Stoie. Telephone
Young Cocoanut Trees
1ST Apply nt the
320 lin King street.
Lest, Strayed er titoleu.
A BLACK Shepherd Dog
answers to uiuiie of
"Tudlo." Anyone letalu
ing Kild animal In his po
suasion after publication of
this notice will be prosecuted. A unli
able luwurd will be paid fpr It, ictmu tit
(), J. HOLT,
322 lw Iwilui.
THE ASIATIC QUESTION.
EtllTOU IJULI.UTIN :
Why is il that those who wiitc on
the Asiatic question spciu to studi
ously avoid reference to the gravity
of the siltintion created by the Japa
nese who come from thu plantations
ami nru just beginning to make them
selves felt in our midst?
A writer in Hawaii lloloinua, in
nn otherwise able article ou the
question, vents his whole force on the
Chinese and closes his remaiks by
refirring to the amendment passed
by the last Legislature, admitting
that "it does not srem worded s.o
clearly aud strongly as will probably
be required in older to be respected
by the Court."
A comforting admission indeed,
and one calculated to bring promi
nently to mind Hie constant attitude
of the Supreme Court of this King
dom on this question in opposition o
the wishes and demands of a large
majority pf the voting element of
this country. Class legislation oro
class legislation, thu first duty of, a
Government is tiie protection or ts
subjects against any undue iufluendes
of aliens of whatsoever nationality.
Even the land of tho free has Mn
practical operation to-day a law
which debars certain classes of Euro
pean laborers from entering the
United States and competing with its
subjects, whether American born or
naturalized. They have a Chinese
exclusion act and are now legislating
to prevent Chinese from even passing
through any portion of the United
States for any purpose.
With the evidence of years of
patient effott on the part of the worjr
ingiucn of this country the pleading
their cause before legislative com
mittees, the election of Mr. W. C.
Wilder by the Reform paity on an
Auti-Chiucse plank, and the usurpa
tion of principles by those elected
before him, on the plea that the addi
tion of such a plank was not binding
on them with all these, I say, be
fore us we arc told once more that
last session's work in litis matter has
gone the way of tho rest, and the
woilcinginen are loft because thp
ameudmont passed ut that time does
not seem worded so clearly and
strongly as will probably be required,
in order to be resptcted by the
Couit. When one reads such trash
as this he feels almost persuaded to
link dcxtinics with the Bullock of the
2d district in wiping out what can't
be amended and start with something
that gives the voters some recogni
tion of their rights.
It is supeilluous to say in a news
paper reference that the National
Reform party takes u lirm and un
equivocal stand on the Chinese ques
tion, etc. We know how the party
feels. What we want to find out is
how the various candidates feel, and
whether the lawyer element is suffi
ciently represented on the ticket to
insure an amendment being framed
so clear and. strong as to induce
respect for it, or rather for the peo
ple whom it is intended to protect.
Let the candidates personally
pledge themselves on this issue, as
without Asiatic restriction ull the
supposed benefits of a free trade
treat' for the yoters of this country
will vanish. With the ratification of
such a treaty Japanese and Chinese
competition would rapidly freeze out
what few small farmers there are at
pi uncut and would control the foreign
trade as positively us they now do
the poi business, and it behooves us
to go slow in our efforts for a treaty
lest we fetter ourselves with the very
incubus we are trying to throw off.
Wo have only the llrttt fruits of our
present delectable arrangement for
procuring Japanese labor, on our
streets at present. A year hence
there will be such additions through
expiration of contracts us to fairly
swamp every accessible industry.
Take the express business to-day.
Note the disappearance of the two
native expressmen who used to stand
ut tho foot of Nuuanu street, then
wander up as far as Hotel street uud
your eye will ho immediately arrest
ed by some brand now rigs, aud the
brand covers them on both sides. It
leads, "Japanese Express." None
of your while trash, no apathetic na
tive, not even a heathen Chinee, but
a subject of the Mikado, lately re
leased from a pluulaliou contract,
owns und is licensed under white
men's laws ou Hawaiian soil to com
pete with the voting element, thu uu
liye Hawaiian and enfranchised for
eigners, supposed to have vouchsafed
to llieui peculiar rights and privi
leges under tho Constitution of 1887.
What a parody and shiuii 1 A gov
ernment of the people, for the people,
and by the people, allowing an alien
clement to enjoy all the privileges of
citizenship without any of its respon
sibility. It is to our shame that such
a condition can possibly continue aud
grow in our midst while caudidalus
are elected to go to the Legislative
hall to make luws for our piolcctiou
and defeat the wishes of the people
by making luws so weak in adjectives
us to give the Judicial Tribunal an
idea that the people have no rights
wl.ich cunnot bu shared equally by
aliens whether they be Chinese, Jap
anese or only tho Italian man wio
gouges innocent lliiwuihius and Hoods
the country with his cheap jewelry
What we need is less law and more
Justice -cquujity and protection
every citi.en within the realm, be he
planter or mechanic, rancher or la
borer. Take olf the burden of com
petition created by the introduction
of coolie labor, which after enrich
ing the planters, through a term of
semi-slavery, is turned loose on the
remainder of the community and
saps the vitality of the nation by
closing avenues of honorable ad
vancement to our people. This is an
injustice that must be niped out.
Common sense if nothing else should
dictate to us the necessity of doing
something now for our preservation
in the future.
It is the only alternative, and thu
plain duty of every voter is "to see
that his ballot is cast for trustworthy
men publicly pledged to enact laws
for the suppression of licenses to
Chinese or Japanese to practise any
profession, tiade or mechanical arts,
or enter into any mercantile or other
Vagrancy must be suppressed by
o simpler law than that at present on
our statute books, which like many
others defeats the purpose for which
it was enacted.
Make a luw forcing plantation
owners to deposit with the Govern
ment a monthly peiecnlage of the
return passage money of every man
shipped on his plantation, so that at
the expiration of their term of ser
vice the labmers can be returned to
their mother country.
Prohibit, by enactment, tho trans
fer of licenses already granted. Al
low all licenses ample time for the
adjustment and winding up of their
business without serious sacrifice,
and in ten years there would be very
little known of the competition we
foel so keenly at present.
A preservative airainst rottinc.
decay, fungus, etc., of wood and Mono.
Will pieservo any kind of wood above
or under ground or water and pro
long its lifu at leas.t 100 percent.
Will keep oil' all borts of iiihculs,
vermin or other enemies of wood.
Will pievent r.its and mice gnawing
wood coaled with it.
Will force all moisture out of wood
without clobing the pores.
Will proveut hhingles, coated with
it, fioin rotting, cracking or warping.
WiU prevent rope treated with it
Irom rotting, causing it to lcmain
pliable and excelling tar coating.
Tenedos will not attack timber
coated with it.
Carbolinuuin avenarius docs not
contain acids or poisonous ingiedicnts
injiiiioiib to the fibres of wood.
Tho following is an extract from
the London "Building World :" "Tho
directors of tho Palatine Railways say
of Carbolineum .Vvenanus: "Two
boards cut from one and tho samo
piece of pine, one of which for tho
sake of experiment was. painted with
Carbolineum Avcnurius, and tho
other left uupaintcd, were buried, and
afier a lapse of three yearb dug up
and examined. The rubiilt was, that
the wood to which the Carboline m
Avenaiiiib had been applied hhowod
no signs of decay, whilst the other
was found to bu in a rotting condi
As a wood preservative it has no
For -alo by
Tm: Hawaiian Haiidwaiii: Co., Li.,
Fort street, opposite Kprcckols.
ARE YOUR CHILDREN SUBJECT TO
As a preventive and cure for
croup, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
has no rival. It is, in fact, the only
remedy that can always bu depended
upon uud that is pleasant and safe to
take. Pheie is not Hie least danger
in giving it to children, as it contains
no injurious substance. For sale al
50 cents per bottle by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co.. agents.
1)j:i.u;ioiih eotlV'o and chocolate will
ho hurved every iiioiuiug early,at the
Paliico Ice Cream Puilois, Ludwigseii,
it Cron, Hotel sticot. 221 if
Tiie Straight MM!
NATIONAL REFORM PARTY.
For Road Board:
JOHN K. IJOWLKR,
S. C. DWKJIIT,
SAML. MA MELON A.
SING LOY & CO,
53 KING STREET.
Have ru-opened In their New Building
where they will keep constantly in
block at thu lowest pi Ices, i
large assoitmuul of
Satins. Plushes, Hibbont, Pur.cs,
laces, Embroideries, Etc., Etc.
Is . District (f Hono'ulu, 1st Precinct.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
limpcetorsot said Precinct shall
hold our public meetings of two
hours each day, commencing nt 7
o'clock in thu evening as follows
On Tuesday, .Inn. P.), KS!)2, and
MVdueMlay, Jun. 27, 18112, at the (lov
ei anient Ntiroeiy, Junction of King
and Wuikiki olrccts.
On Fiidtiy, Jan. 22, 185)2, at the
Ktunoiliili School House.
For the purpose of correcting thu
electoral loll or Noting list of thu Pre
cinct by adding new immes thereto,
or sti iking oil' thu names of tuch
voters us huvo died, lemoved fioin tho
Picuiiict, or otherwise become dis
qualified from voting in thu said Pre
cinct. By order of thu Hoauiof Inspectors.
E. I. SPALDING,
Honolulu, Jan. 12, 181)2.
3rd District of Honolulu 1st Precinct.
is neieity mven Unit the
ors of said 1'ieeinct shall
hold four public meetings of two
bonis each (lay at the Royal School
House, on Emma street, commencing
ut 7 o'clock in the even tig, as follows :
On Saturday, Jan. 2:t, 1S.)2.
On Tuesday, Jan. 2(i, 1892.
Foi thu purpose of canceling the
electoial roll or voting list of the
Piecinct by adding new names there
to or striking oil" tiie naiiies of such
voters as h.ivo died, lemoved from the
Precinct oi otiiuiwi-o become disquali
fied from voting in the wiid Piecinct.
If necessary, adjoin ned meetings
sli ill also bo held at tho wime place
not later than the i!8th inst , of which
due notice will bo given nt tho last
By Older of the Boaid of Inspec
tor. W. C. SPROULL,
Honolulu, 1 Uli Jan., 1SU2.
3id District of Honolulu, 2nd Precinct.
NOTICE is heieby given tl
Inspectoisof the 3d Dis
pectoisot the 3d District ol
Honolulu, 2d Piecinct, will bold meet
ings at the Tax Assessor's Olhce, in
tho Kupuaiwii Building, Queen slicot,
on tho following dates;
Saturday, Jun. 23, 1802, from -1 to
7 o'clock i". m.
Wednesday, Jan. 27, 1S02, fiom d
to 7 o'clock i. m.
Thursday, Jan. 28, 1S!)2, from -1 to
7 o'clock v. m.
For tho purpose of correcting the
electoral roll or voting list of the
above named Piecinct by adding new
names thereto, or sti iking oil' thu
minion of such voters us have died,
removed, or olheiwio become dis
qualified from voting in s.iid Piecinct.
T. C. PORTER,
Inspectors of Election.
5th District of Honolulu, 1st Precinct.
NOTICE is hereby given that the In
spectors of said Piecinct will hold
six public meetings of two hours e.tch
day at tho Ti.unw.iyi Co.'s build
ing cornel of Kumclminch.i School
grounds, commencing :il 7 o'clock in
the evening as follows ;
On Friday, Jan. 22, IS!)2, from ! to
(i p. m.
On Monday, Jan. 25, 1802.
On Thursday, Jan. 28, 1802.
For tho purpose ol correcting tho
electoral roll or voting lisl of the Pie
cinct by adding now million llimeto or
striking off the names of such voteis
us have died, removed from tho dis
trict or otheiwiso become disquali
fied fiom voting in tho said precinct.
If neccssaiy adjoin ned meetings shall
also be held ut tho sumo place not
later than tho 30th January, 1802, of
which duo notice will bo given at tho
By order of tho Board of Inspectors,
M. R. COL1WRN,
Honolulu, Jan. 12, 1802. Illiltd
( NE Cottage to let on
" ' Punchbowl stieel. En
quboof L. ADLLIt,
13 Niui.iiiii st, shoe stole.
MIOSK Veiv Desliabloand
situate In Kbi'' stieel. this
city, lately occupied by the undersigned
as a pilvatu lcsideucu, compiUiiig a
Dwelling House of I rom.is, dlnlng
iooiu and kitchen; also stali'e, eaiilago
house and ontliou-e,. For paitlctilars
1 mi nil ti ou thu piemUes.
312 if JOHN F. IIOWLKR
I'M IE iiiidorrlgncd i piopaicd to give
L Lesnous in Athletic Kxeiclsv.s and
thu Manly Ail al two doors above tho
Royal .School, Kiiiuia stieet, also to give
liiBtiiietlous at homes of pupils if de-
sued, Applications iccelvcd at No b"
312 1m MIKi: QUILLItJAN.
"VJOTIOE Is heieby given that l will
l not bo iitspousihle for any debts
1'outr.ieied by my wife, Caiolin'u Holt,
without my wiltteu uuiscnt.
un r.. i. uuir,
Honolulu, Jan. lb, 102.
m "voters i
Your name must be registered on
the List of Voters for Reptcsenta
tives. The name only being on the List
of Voters for Nobles will not entitle
the person to vote for Representative.
Examine the Voting Lists and im
mediately cause your name to bo
entered on the Representative Vot
ing List by the Inspectors.
Voters for Nobles now on the-Noble
List must also have their names
registered on the Representative
Voting List and Register. Many
names of Voters for Nobles on the
List published and on the Register
arc not now on the Representative
Voting List or Register.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
January 13, 1892. 319 lot
In accordance with Sec. 1 of Cbap
lei XXV11. of the Laws ol 1880.
All persons holding water privileges
or tbosu paying watei rates, are here
by notified that the water rates for
the term ending Juno 30, 1802, will
be due und payable at tho office of the
Honolulu Water Works on the liist
day of January, 1802.
All such lutes remaining unpaid for.
fifteen days aftei tlioy arc duo will bo
subject to an additional 10 pur cent.
Rates are payable at tho ollico of
the Water Works in thu lCupuaiwu
building. JOHN C. WHITE,
Supl. Hono. Water Works.
Honolulu, Dec. 28, 1801.
Honolulu, H. I., Dee. 2, 1801.
Holders of water privileges, or thoso
paj ing water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the hours for using water for
irrigation purposes aro from 0 to 8
o'clock a. i., and -1 to (i o'clock v. m.
until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu ater Works.
C. N. Sl'KNCUIt,
Minister of Ihe Interior.
1 NOW all
men by this notice that.
and after tills (Into. I have
this day dUcluuged Mr. II. C. Ulukou
from acting as an agent for mu In any
seiinu whatever, In the charge aud ud
iniuihti'.itioii of all my property, and In
thu collection of all dues uud luuts upon
any anil all my estate hi this Kingdom.
Any ouu who holds or U hi ponsesslon
of any property or who has any hiiblncis
or payments to wake, will transact the
sauiu with mu peisoirilly at my placu at
Hotiuakaha, at Honolulu, O.ihu.
Per Jwu. Nawahl.
Honolulu, Nov. 3. USUI. 250 3 in
'I'M IK Very Dcslrablo Resl
L tloiieu located on Kliiau
stieel near tho corner of Peu-
sacola stieet. piCM'iitly occupied by P.
F. August Khleis. House contains par
lors, diuliig-i ooin, kitchen, three cliuui
bcis, bathroom, pantry, veranda rooms
and ample closet space. Possession given
December 1st. luqtilio at
HAWAIIAN HARDWAHK CO.,
24fi tf Foit street, opp, Spreckuls.
FOR SALE or LEASE
RESIDENCE on Lunalllo
street piesently occupied
by Mr, J. A. Kennedy, con
taining doublu parlors, (our bedrooms,
diulug-iooui, bathroom, largo dlnlug
rouiu, kitchen and pantry; servant's
loom, stabling, etc., ou tear of main
building. Grounds, 300x105 feet, well
laid out. Vacant on 14th August. Lot
adjoining 300105 feet may be purchased
on misou.iblu terms,
R. I. LILLIE,
1U8 tf With Theo. 11. Davles & Co.
WIumi you want, a Portrait
Enlarged cull on KJiik Bros.,
got thoir jirlco list and hco
iw I samples. TUcy eau'L bo boat
m.-Vi..ii,rf njmffilS'J.W .w3Ji.
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