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Tiiuksday, Oct. 0, 185)2.
Tho Assombly ro-convonod at 1:10
o'clock ntul discussion of Section 1
of B111157A to restrict Chinoso im
migration, was continued.
lJop. Knunnmnno boliuvcd that tho
bill was a tjood ono, as if tho provi
sions thoroin woro carried out tho
plantors could have cheap labor and
tho country would not bo filled with
Ron. Iosopa considered that there
should bo moro stringent measures
proposod for tho return back to
China of laborers after their terms
of sorvieo had oxpired.
Noblo Baldwin said that tho mea
sure was most necessary for tho
furthorancoof tho plant ing interests.
At tho present time tho planters
wero in great distress and especially
upon tho matter of labor, Although
tho profits of plantations had fallen
off greatly there was not a corres
ponding reduction in wages and
therefore tho plantors More aoicly
tried to mako it of bonoiit to thoin
boIvos to continue business. If wages
did not coino down and if labor was
not moro available thou tho planta
tions would hao to cloo up.
Rep. White did not favor the bill;
ho thought that thoro wero sovoial
bad points and but few good ones in
Minister Neumann belnned it was
necessary that tho plantations
should get labor cheap enough to
onablo thorn to savo their planta
tions for a better time, and tho
House would bo derelict to its duty
if it did not consider tho difference
in tho situation of tho planting in
terests. If cheap labor could bo ob
tained for them which would not
compote with other labor, they
should not bo thwarted, but aided
in every possible way. It was well
known that under tho artificial
stimulus of tho Reciprocity Tioaty,
all skilled labor had commanded a
price horo which it novor commanded
anywhere, not ovon excepting Cali
fornia in its best days. Worse days
had come, and now tho plantois wero
askod why they had put all their
eggs into ono basket. Tho eggs wore
there, and if they wore not saved, wo
would have nothing. A great deal
of the profits of tho plantors had
'gone into mills and tilled grounds,
which would bo of no use to anyone
if they could not bo run at a profit.
Tho times for tho main industry
were gloomy. Ho hoped thoy would
be brighter. Should wo endeavor to
preserve tho products ot wealth,
labor and skill, or should wo let them
go to ruin? If these things were to
be saved it could only bo by lotting
tho plantors got their unskilled
labor as cheap as they could get it.
Tho country has at present but two
sources of cheap laboi China and
Japan. Ho wanted to see tho com
mon field labor as cheap as possible,
provided that could bo done without
miurv to white and native labor, and
without danger to tho safoty of tho
community. Evorything in these
days must bo figured down to the
lowest notch, if tho plantations wore
to go on. At present wo had Japan
ese labor. If the Japanoso should
combine, tho planter would bo help
less, and it was thoroforo necossary
to have a second sourcoof labor. Ho
was pledged by implication to his con
stituents to voto for a restriction of
Chinoso labor, so far as ho could do
so in justico to tho rights of the
planter. Ho did not propose to voto
for unrestricted Chinese immigra
tion. Noithor did ho propose to
commit the folly of cutting tho
throat of tho planters' industry
when it was tho only industry wo
could hope to havo for teu years to
como. Ho could not, however, voto
for the bill in its present form, and
that for two reasons. Tho bill made
an except ion of clergymen a class
with which tho speaker had not
come in contact ho hoped they
would come and stop this cho fa.
He had no objection to tho. tract
peddlers (colporteurs), they often
distributed useful if not interesting
literature, but ho did object to wo
men who had no ties horo; ho
thought that was too broad as also
admitting children under 1-1 years
of ago. If they wore brought hero
for tho purpose of being taken to
California that might be all right but
they must not stay horo. Ho ob
jected also to tho bill because the
penal provision restricting Chinoso
to cortain employments could not
bo enforced. How could they bo
identified? Tho membor from the
Fourth had smiled, and probably
thought the Marshal and tho police
would catch them. No thoy would
not, it would bo too hard a job. Tho
only way to mako this possible
would bo to pass tho Registration
Act. Boforo tho Chinese could bo
fined $100 ho must bo caught. Tho
Registration Act would involve some
inconveuionco, of course. It had
boon said it involved a loss of digni
ty, but ho did not faeo how a man's
dignity could stifror from peo
ple's knowing what his name, busi
ness and rosidonco woio. This bill
could not pass without tho Regis
tration Act. It was not tho sugar
industry alono which was interested
in this. Tho coffoo industry was
starting some would go into ramie.
Tho eggs could not bo transferred
from ono basket to sooral without
a choap laborer to doit. Wo had
no manufactures, no mineral'-, noth
ing to depend on horo but agricul
tural pursuits Tho only employ
ment which skilled labor got, came
originally from tho soil. That Avas
all wo had. Lot that go and tho
skilled laborer would havo to go,
Tho measure boforo tho House was
very serious, and if tho agrictiltural
iuterosts of tho country woro allow
ed to wither, no lottery and no bank
ing bill could repair tho damage.
Chitnoras should bo abandoned, and
the serious needs of (ho countrj'
considered. Ho would suggest that
the bill bo referred to tho inoiiibor
from Lahaiua and himself, and bo
roportod back to tho IIouso and bo
considered with tho Registration
Rep. Bipikauo favored tho sugges
tion of Rep. Iosopa that thoro
should bo provisions made to deport
tho laborers at tho ond of thoir terms
of sorvieo. IIo thought tho bill
could bo amended by a committee
Rep. Smith said that tho bill had
had t ho consideration of tho joint La
bor and Judiciary Committees, and
although it might not boporfoct 3'ot
it was good onough to discuss with
out being ro-roforrod to a commit
tee. Thoro was no dangor of tho
country being ilooded with Chinoso
women or cliuuron; ho roau irom
statistics to show that departures
woro moro than arrivals.
Minister Neumann said that thoro
would bo no trouble in putting tho
children under 11 at work in tho
enno Hold. That was what ho did
not like, ho did not like tho loose
manner in which tho law was drawn
referring to womon and children.
Noblo Marsdon said that tho
House had spent a portion of tho
morning and all of tho aftornoon on
tho ono section of tho bill. Ho did
not think that tho bill should bo
again referred, but would like to
havo opportunity to seo amondinouts
which might bo proposod. Ho mov
ed that further consideration bo de
ferred until to-morrow nnd that
then it bo takon up with tho Regis
At l tho llouso adjourned.
A little boy of Mrs. McDonald's,
living near horo, fell against a rod
hot stove and was fearfully burned.
The pain was terrible, and it was
thought the burn was so sovoro as to
scar tho child for life. I sold tho
lady a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, which, after greasing tho soro,
she applied. It soon ronioed all
tho lire and eased tho pain, and in
ten days tho boy was well, no trace
of the scar remaining. J. D. Mc
Laren, Keysport. Clinton count-, 111.
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For SAN FRANCISCO.
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IOR THE ABOVE POUT ON
Wednesday, October 12th,
The under-finned are now prepared to
hsuu Through Tickets from tins city to all
points in the United States.
For further particulars regarding Freight
or li-age apply to
Win. G. Irwin & Co.; Ltd.,
510-0t Goneral Agents.
Bin i, 41 1. TELEPHONES Mutual 10.
f 9.75 Per Cord .. 4 Foot Lengths
jlU.uO Per Cord . . . .Sawed
114.00 Pur Cord . . Sawed and Split
$13.00 Per Cord
f 15.50 Per Cord
1117.00 Per Cord
. .4 Foot Lengths
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Parlor Set ! A Bargain !
Black Walnut Parlor Set
last year in
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UOOD AS NEW.
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breaking up housekeeping.
APPLY AT THIS OFFICE.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAS THIS DAY
1. bought out the Chun Nam Ilakcry at
Nu. " lvekaiiliko street, and hereby gives
notice that ho will not be responsible for
any debts owing by said Chun Nam.
Per Loo Chit Sam.
Honolulu, Sept. '27, Mr. 6,!tP.w
rpHK WNDERSIQNJ.D HEREBY
X gives notlco that he has bought the
restaurant formerly oiwiod by Lam Kau
and known as tho "Hay View Resort," and
be hereby gives notice that bo will not be
responsible for any of tho debts of said
Lam Kau. Ijiiu Kau will sign tho bill of
sale on uctooer lu, isu.',
Honolulu, Oct. a, 189.'
rpHK ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
J Stockholders of the Kobala Sugar Co,
will bo held at tho ofllcu of Cantlu &
Cooko, on THURSDAY, Oct. 20, 18!).', at
10 o'clock A. M,
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W. A. WALL,
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J'. O. Box I0.J. Mutual Telo. 410.
Picture Frames made to order from
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lion of Old J'iituret a specially al King
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Golden Rule Bazaar
"W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
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At prices which wo established on
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Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
Farina Bouquot, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
Oatmoal Soap, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
Curly Maplo, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 for 25 Cents.
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Base Balls, Tenuis Balls, Tennis Rackets.
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Also a Largo Collection of all Prominent
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Books of Hawaiian Views
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Cabinets SB and S5 a Dozen.
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For particulars or terms apply to
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AGENTS OF THE
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THE FINEST BRANDS OF
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AMVATS ON HANP.
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Has romoved to Dr. Koote's premises and
ofllce, corner of Punchbowl and Bore-
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uhfiuk houiw, j2 to 5 am, 7 10 8 v M;
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Consumption of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 8,600,000
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No Corn or Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
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Annual Shipping Capahtv : 1 00,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
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has leased tho pronortv bolonnliiR to
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tho present, will bo open to the public ns
nn annox of tho Hotel, and will bo known
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mirably adapted for famllios:
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All tho Cottages are well-appointed in
Kitniltnrc. Fittings, etc., and tenants will
bo entitled to battling privileges. Tho sea
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Tho Main Building will bo reserved for
tho -uso of tho guests of tho Hotel, but it
may bo rented for Picnics, Bathing Par
ties, Dinners and Dances, otc, forall which
purposes it oilers exceptional advantages.
A ehargo of Twcnty-ilvo 125) Dollars will
bo made for tho use of tho House and
Grounds including Bathing, Lights, etc.;
prepayment is required for Intended use of
the Main Building and Grounds.
For further liarticnlnra nimltrnHnn .
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