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Stri KttablUhtd for th Benefit of All,
MONDAY, JULY 23, 1894.
"In ill main outlines," the Adver
tiser says, tho Constitution "is not
ew, but reproduces provisions
which have long been law, here or
abroad." True, but its departures
from models tested bj experience
are to many as to promts much
friction and "hot boxes" in running
the machine. The necessity that has
already arisen for supplementary
legislation, to prevent a deadlock
due to its new matter, is significant
la this regard."
There is an account in a late
United Kingdom paper of a striking
proof of the relation between im
pure water and cholera. Repairs
were being made in the forest of
Fontainebleau of the duct that con
veys water from the Varme to Paris,
which made it necessary to substi
tute the Seine supply in place of
that from the purer source. Forth
with no fewer than four fatal cases
of cholera nostras occurred. Al
though, happily, the disease was not
Asiatic cholera, its origin seems to
have been correctly referred to the
impure water supply. The event is
an important lesson to the authori
Feculiar but effective are the
means employed in China for the
suppression of strikes. It is no
wonder the Chinese are patient in
other countries under oppressions
and wrongs sometimes not lawful.
A Shanghai despatch of June 5 says:
"Thousands of artisans who were
repairing the imperial buildings in
i'ekin struck for higher wages last
week. The Emperor issued an edict
commanding the soldiers and police
to arrest every one asserting the
rights of the laborers to retard the
work. Tho ordor was executed and
the turbulent strikers will be ar
raigned for treason. The most active
loaders will be strangled, and thoir
most zealous followers will be ban
ished to the fever and mosquito re
gions for three years. Tho strike
That was an unfortunate retort
the Star made to this paper's plea
for activity in improving the water
supply, when it attacked the Na
tional Reform party for stopping
Mr. Thurston's scheme of improve
ment. Mr. Thurston had a free
hand for three years, including the
most prosperous commercial period
the country ever enjoyed. The
great water works ideas revolving in
his brain resulted in the coustruc
of a trio of foaky mud pans, in which
when low the water was given au
esthetio tint of dark brown before
reaching consumers. There was no
increase of the supply produced,
and dearth of water has been an
annual occurrence since. The work
was, moreover, given to a Chinese
contractor who failed to figure accu
rately, but tried to get the Legisla
ture to grant him the amouut of his
loss on tho job. If Mr. Thurston
had been left in power, there is no
doubt he would have realized his
blundering, and, with a liberal
Legislature, might have been en
abled to carry out some sensible
scheme of more experienced and
Thirteen Arrested Within the Past
Senior Captain Andrews and
patrolman Kaapa captured between
them thirteen swipe sellers during
the past three days. Five arrests
were made at Auwaiolimu, on the
Ewa side of Punchbowl, four at
Kapuukolo, two at Cape Horn and
two near the Kaumakapili church.
At Kapuukolo au important arrest
was made. Mr. and Mrs. H. Bola
bola have beeu boasting for two
years, that they could not be caught.
Search warrants were issued and
their premises ransacked but no
liquor could be located. This time,
however, the police fouud the stuff
and the article has been voted au
excellent one. The officers sent
f;irls in with marked money, dressed
n the height of fashion. The money
was passed and the liquor handed
across. In tho District Court to-day
nine pleaded guilty to the charge
and sentence was suspended in
PuakeU, a Native, Imprisonad for
President Dole appeared on the
witness stand in the District Court
to-day. He was complainant in a
gross oheat case in which a native
named Puakela was implicated. Mr.
Dole stated that he was the owner
of a farm in Pauoa Valley, and that
he employed two Chinamen to look
after the place. On Monday last,
according to what the Chinamen
told witness, Puakela bad called at
the place and told the Mongolians
that President Dole wantecf fifty
four pears. The Chinese care-takers
insisted on Puakela signing a noto
to that effect. Puakela brought the
pears into towu and sold them to a
Chinese storekeeper on King street.
Three other Chinese witnesses gave
evidence to that effect aud Puakela
was sentenced to one month's iw
priMameat at hard labor.
TXW TONS PKR ACRE.
Remarkable Yield of the Oane Fields
Under the heading, "A Typical
Hawaiian Sugar Estate," the Plan
ters' Monthly for July contains the
following account of the Ewa Plan
tation Co.'s property. About five
years ago the territory now occupied
by this plantation was in dry sea
sons as desert a scene as could be
"While most of the plantations
have finished grinding for this sea
son, the Ewa mill on this island still
continues in full blast, and will close
down in a few weeks with a total
outcome of over eight thousand tons
of sugar, as its season's work. A
portion of the yield has been extra
ordinary, probably exceeding the
largest on these islands, or any
where else. A field of over 125 acres
of Lahaina cane has this year turn
ed out within a fraction of ten tons
per acre. The diffusion plant, erect
ed four years since, has proved alto
?;ether too small for the unexpected
ertility of the soil, and the directors
have decided to order a new nine
roller mill, 78x31 in size, of the
'Cora' plantation pattern, which is
considered to be one of the most
complete, and in its work the most
rapid and thorough in use. With
such a mill, this plantation may be
able to increase its crop to ten thous
and tens per annum. The soil on
which the Ewa plantation is located
proves to be all that cane requires,
and when we add that its vast fields
are irrigated only with arteiau
water, pumped to a neignt of forty
feet, the reader can judge of the en
terprise and skill that have turned
this desert waste into a garden of
J. W. Chapman caters for Ban
quets. Socials, Private Dinner Par
ties, Wedding or Garden Parties,
elo. He will oe pleased to call upon
any ladies or gentlemen who will
kindly address him through the
J. J. SCAN
614 Fort Street.
In order to make room for
an immense new atock of Dry
and Fancy Goods, Millinery,
Gents' Furnishings and Boy'H
Clothing, which will arrive
shortly, I shall on Monday,
July 23d, begin a grand clear
ance sale. Our prices will
positively be so low that you
will be ahhamed to look else
where. There are plenty of
ladies in Honolulu who do not
wear silk dresses on account
of the hard times. But we
have some special patterns
thut we are offering at greatly
reduced price to make shelf
room for our new goods.
When ladies want society
items they look in the society
or local columns. When they
want bargains they read tho
advertisements. For thoso
who don't wish silk we have
Serges in endlcbs variety.
Our Hosiery Department will
satisfy the most fastidious,
und some of our Laces are
simply beautilul aud at less
than reusonabie prices; aud
our Kibbons are well, what's
the use of going further?
A call at our place of busi
ness, 514 Fort street, will
convince you. I would bo
pleased to have you read this
"ad" next week, as I intend
quoting you some prices on
Dress Goods, both Silk and
Serge, Hosiery, Ladies' Un
derwear, etc., that will make
you think I am constantly
beating the Custom House,
but a visit will convince tho
most skeptical that the cheap
est place in Honolulu to trade
at is J. J. Eoak's, at 514
BKTWKKN TOWN AND WAIKIKI, A
Lilly ii Quid Wach and Chain. Kind
er will be suitably rewarded on leaving it
at this ulllce. lOtsKIt
rpHE UNDEK8IONED HAVING IIRKN
X iolnted Assignee ot the Estate o!
Tal Wo Chan, of Honolulu, a bankrupt,
request all persons liaviiiK ulaliu aniliiHt
nan) E'tate to present their claims within
six month from date or thev will Im for
ever ba red, and all irMn owing said Ks
Ute are Itereby leiiueurd to make iiiiiue.il
ate payment to (I E. lioardiuan. at "Ka
aiuile" more, Hotel street. Honolulu.
0 E. 110AKDMAN
Honolulu, July 23, IBitl,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETIS'O OK
the Hto-'kholdcrs of Wx. U. Ikwin .V
Co.'lil), held at Itsollleoun Thursday,
July II', 1MII, the fulluwlnir Kentlemen
were re-elected to nerve u Ullluur during
the enmliiK year, vli.t
W. O. Irwin. . I'rrident and MannKtir
Clam Hprttolel .Vlce.l'riirlduiit
W M (Jlll'ird Treasurer and bVrotary
Theu. 0. I'uttur Auditor
II. M. WHITNEY,
Acting Secretary W. U. I, & Co., ld.
Mail Mare Co., L'll
Saturday, July SI, 1894.
Some weeks since we made
a few remarks on the subject
of Coxeyism and mentioned
incidentally that massing of
the unemployed at Washing
ton might lead to a conflict.
We are free to admit that we
were wrong in our prophecy.
But a strife more bitter and
with stronger grounds has
taken place instead. When
the "Australia" left San Fran
cisco what little business re
mained from the upsetting of
the tariff in the United States
was lying dormant and capital
on one side and labor on the
other were on the verge of a
civil war. The small farmers
who depend upon the railroads
for transporting their products
were facing poverty through
the loss of their ripening crops
and discontent reigned every
where. It seems that the gov
ernment must assert itself and
let the world see, that as a
nation it is capable of handling
successfully any difficulty which
may arise. The men compos
ing the American Railway
Union are believed to be above
the plane of the anarchists and
consequently not responsible
for lawless acts that have taken
place in Chicago. True enough,
the sympathies of the people
are with the wage-workers when
their claims are just as in the
present instance, but should it
be proven that the outrages
are being committed by the
railroad men the feeling will
change. We do not mean
that the sympathy of tho peo
ple will go to the side of the
monopolist but that it will be
withdrawn from the men. It
rarely happens t'.iat these labor
difficulties ;.iu lavorably to the
bread winner; when the matter
is left to arbitrators the result
is usually a compromise and
the increase if there is any is
so small that it does not com
pensate for the time lost in
bickering. The result of the
present strike is mere guess
work; the hope of the conser
vative set is toward arbitra
tion but the magnates say
I thiiu hnvn nnthinrv tn arWitrtH'
it is the wish of everyone that
the end will be reached with
out further loss of life or pro
perty. We feel thankful, and a
number of others in Honolulu
should join with us in a praise
service, that the strike occurred
after our stock of Enamel Bath
Tubs had left San Francisco.
Had the shipment been deiayed
at the factory it is quite likely
that some of our customers
would be bathing in a soap
dish instead of a porcelain
lined tub. We have never
said much about it but we
have, in addition to the arti
cles we have mentioned on
several occasions, Porcelain
Lined Laundry Tubs, admir
ably adapted to people who
believe in having clean clothes.
They are identical in quality
with the bath tubs and it is im
possible for dirt from the wash
ed clothes to stick to the tubs.
We have a very complete as
sortment of these enamelled
goods selected especially for
this trade; if you are interested
we would be pleased to .show
you the articles.
Another, and inexhaustible,
supply of the Gauss Bread
Knives reached us on the
"Australia." It has been a
hard matter for us to keep up
with the demand for this knife,
but this time we think we have
a start. If you want a knife
that will cut warm bread with
out making it heavy, if you
want a knife that will cut
through the icing on a cake
without leaving a lot of crumbs,
you will buy a Clauss. And if
you want a sewing machine
that will make two distinct
stitches by the simple move
ment of a thumb screw you
will get the "Wortheim," the
only machine in the world that
will do it, and we are selling
them at a lower price than you
pay for a machine that sews
Bawiiiii Hardwire Ct,, l.'d
OpptMti HiHwkl' Him
r7 WIRT 1TKHHT.
Cut Prices !
ALL CUT PRICES NET
Benson, Smith & Co.'s,
Corner F"ort Se Hotel Sta.
From a large and varied stock tho undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following :
toinpriHiug California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oata, Corn.
In addition to our
carrying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
These are each possessed of strong feeding properties and
arc well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
T71 T O TT TCP Calltenlo aai
J-" - ' -- Wukiagtoa State,
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
No. I -aiways in ." ... mar
St, Oe, lik uar tai.
LWcrrxiol Cuanw. Ilk ih
KnilUh Dairy t h (
HAM. HAVOS, VHKHSh
I X Baortou a fciKllab Uroorlf
Ornaa BlaokwaU'a Kugllah Onxwrtaa,
Uhby, McNeil At Ubby's Oaaaad atMt.
Richardson Bobbin's Oauaad u
I'te, ratl and loi
7H nl 16 lb h.,,.
A large vantly
Plaiiiiiimo swims, Hardware. Dry Goods.
Grotty, Faratm Ric. Eic,
ibttaYH UK HAND' AT MODERATE PKICKh
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Id.
Wi lint St., "Tboiau Block."
ldtDal Tfilb m
P. 0. Box 207.
Cliinune, Japamw and tkHhii UmmJh 1
Indian Silks, Laces and Linens,
lapanese Grapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls aud Scarfs,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc., Etc.
I3?"A Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Cnmpftent Cutters and a complete line of Knglmh and
American Suitings. Perfect (it guaranteed.
CAHHMKKK8, I.INKN8, LAWNS, MUBMNH
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats !
SOMETHING NEW JDST OUT
Trunks, Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Etc., ffius.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
WIELAND - EXTRA . PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
Li. H. IDHJH3
usual stock of these we are now
Barrels and Half Datrai
"Plonaar," Wttlnt' ib un ami paiwra.
a ebolo varlMr of aaritnr mM
Klo Rte Ktc
& "Star" Kerosene
11-98 KlDf St., Mr liDBlkK! 81.
g atato&l Tele. 680.
P. 0. Boi 207.
Fine House and Lot
epiIE UNDKMBIONKD OKFKIIS KOIt
A. sale that Kln HiuesUad on the
inanka side of llerMaiila treet, Km feet
oat nf I'eiifHco'a street. The Uit has a
(rout nf (m fret ami a depth of 1 1 feet A
(luml Dwelling House In K'hmI reinlrj con.
tulns Parlor, Ulndnr-ronm Kltrtioii, I'nii
try, lleilrooiii, Hath end Water (lionet and
en olllreon the. lower Door with Kourdo mI
HedriHiniN on ro -onil Uxor There Is a uh
stntttlal Hani. ooiiIbIiiIiik Two Stalls, room
for two carriages, Wood Hied ami Her
vmiU' Itooin, a Servants' W 0. ami 'I wo
Oood Cesspools. Further particulars of
W. K. Castle, or of '
UM U . f. HDKQW8.
WT AT THE
1TOXJ 0-A.lSr BTTY
Not Limited to One Package
Hobtnten Block, Hotel
We have Just Received from San Francisco per Barkeuriiie
"Planter" the Largest Assortment of Furni
ture ever imported into this coun
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In Solid Oak and of the Very Latoit Deils-ns. Alto,
Ciunilon Tablet all iUci with Chain and Sideboards to maUib
We bare a coroplf t itock of thews goods.
DI V.A.:iTS !
IMTancoTrd with Portion are the latest thing out We hareUittu In
WICKER WARE I
We have beautiful deilKUt of these Koodn, onUilitloK of Sofas, Chain, Hooker. Eta.
Kto. Yoa can get theie gooda In any finish yoa desire.
j mm. jl jTRfi s
Parlor Chain. Ulniiironni Chain, Kuckltijr Chain. Oflto Chain, Upholstered Chairs,
Ulh Chain, Ri., Kto.
Cribs and Cradles!
Iaw akMutniiiut of Woven Wire Mattrcxvta, Spring, Hair, Mom, Wool and Sua Mat
trenses on hand and made to order.
blVK OKKHK KKATHKKH AND SILK K1.0SS KOIl l'll.UWB,
WINDOW SHADES IN AU, COI.0118 AND SIZK8,
COItNICK POURS IN WOOD Oil MUH8 TUIMM1NUB
I'iWwm Louapit - ai - Uptiulsiored tailors
KKWAIKr-I) AT KhASONABliK RATK8.
Cabinet Making " Branches by Competent Workmei
CssV We uiako a iiwclal feature of INTfclUOR DKCOUATINQ. Tula Derunant
1 omler the personal tiiervliilou of Ms. Qioana Oroway.
Mh All our Uoods are tint-clai and from tun very LaUwt Ueslgoa. A vtait will
couvliice the ruoit nkeptiral.
Oar Prices are Positively Placed at Bedrock.
Bell 525 TELEPHONES Mctual 645
OJL1D W A Y & POIITEK.
Another victory for
the "Cleveland." W.
Wilder scoopa it in at
Kahului, Maui, on
the th July.
Speed, Beauty, Light
Hens and Strength.
This it a "Cleve
H. E WALKER,
Agent. Honolulu, H. I
CuuidiIos Block, Merclimt SI.
OO TO THK ANOHOll SALOON.
WII.UAM OU.NNINUIIAM, MAN.
iijf.'r tif ihi Am hor riiiloou, l keep.
ItiK up with the tlm-H At tint Anchor you
run "wut )niireyii' with nil 0sur loolc
inn ami naau u uowu wiiii u rri'tterloKK.
Ier lter. O) ster TouklnUs a stieitliilty.
7V (lMt7v NulUUn, 67) nnl, tw montk
Either, Get All Yon Want
St., bet. Fort k Nnaini.
I.KSSKi: I J. I.KVEY,
DluUU'lOlt. ,D. M. OUOWLKY.
SATURDAY, JULY 28th,
First presentation In Draroatlo form of
tlm InteroitliiK Inciilents connected with
tli iIIk'ovoo of the Bnndwlch lilands by
Cuptitlii .tunics Cook, It. N , and the death
of that DUtliiKUishod Navigator.
Carefullv drawn from reliable II.
whIIuii mid Forulun Authorities hy D. M.
OUOWI.LY, Author of "The Wooing of
A llomnntlu HUtorieal Drama (n Four
Acts. Characters by Talented Amateurs.
ATV UOX PLAN now open at Levey's.
Baseball :- Association.
Saturday Afternooo, July 28ib,
A.T 1I30 O'OZiOOSC
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