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PRICE 5 CENTS. Hfes
VOL. VIII. NO. 1115.
HONOLULU, H. 1., TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 18U4.
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anda. Danlal Logan, adltor, raaldaa on
Alakaa atraat, Honolulu, aforesaid.
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letters " Manager
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Intlatin Publishing Company."
personal addraaa may cause delay
ImroaTia abb Dbalibs w Ltmiaa aid
all bindc or BoiLDtao Matbbiau.
fort BUeet, UonoloJo.
H. KAOIRU) GO.,
OaaaaaL Oonmimio Amt
lorner Portend Queen Street, Honolulu.
WO. 8. BKITHXaa.
poTioaaat AapOaaaaAL rtpaiaaaa Awaav,
Mahukuua, KobaJa, Hawaii.
ATTOMBT-AfLiA AND NOTiat PlIBMO
Na 18 KMhuuiauQ 8U, Honolulu.
Kukul Jewelry a specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
At olnerny Block, Fort Btraat.
I. t. WILLIAMS.
Tkt OUT CellKtl.l If lltilt flm
OMOLTJLU ZXOaf WOKKS.
Mtbam BMatMBa, Bduah Mills, Soils,
Ooolb. Ibob, BBAaa, abd Lbab
Uachluary of Every Description U
Ordar. Parlloular attenUon paid to Bhlpa'
B. A. JACOBSON,
Watchmaker and Jkwklru
80S Fort Street, Honolulu, H. 1.
P. O. Box 287. Mutual Tele. ett8.
DR. O. W. MOORE,
1400 Van Naas Ave., B. F., Oal.
Dsflut ABtrtBisatf for PatisfitB.
BLBOTBIOITT IB BBBVOPS DISBASBS,
bBbT Dr. Moore offers invalids all tha
comforts of home, with constant and care
ful treatment. Refers to H. it. Macfarlane.
DIBBOT IMrOBTBB OF
BNQL1BH AND CONTINENTAL
Oment Sidewalks & Gra
nite Cnrbinc Laid.
Estimates given on all kinds ol
STONE, CONCRETE ft PLASTER WORK
SB. OOBOBBTB A IFBUIALTT -B
JOHN F. BOWLER.
G. B. BIPLBT I ARTHUR RBTIOLDS,
Orricai Mew Safe Deposit Building,
Fort street, Honolulu, H. I.
Plana, Specifleatlons and Superintend.
eaea given for Every Description of Build,
lag. 7ld Buildings sueeaaatully Bauod
ailed sad Enlarged. Deeigns for Interior
Dssoratloti. Mane nr Merhanlnal Draw
lag;TraolBg and Blue Printing. Drawiug
for Book ur Newipapr Illustration,
VH. G. IRWIN & GO.
OFPBR roB sals
AI.BX. OAOM A ion
mim W Grade On lutm
We art also prepared to Uka ordara for
ru. M. Oiileknctt 4a Oo.'ai
Insuring prompt deliver
aW-Thts la a an
sumlng laaa element
n.v. A aau W.I. WM-
an Linseed Oil, and
tllanAV In nnlnra
n. B.I..1 rill ...
giving a lasting brilliancy to oolora,
uea wiui aria'
It give a splandid floor
PairaBlCBBlBf CsVi CeraetJ BwA
AIBT 00. 't
Conpoonds, RMflnf & Papen,
lati'i runt simb pipt ciTirin
Jbtbwbb' DlaaMi, Eiajiel Btbt.
BapaoUUly daalgnad for Vacuum Pan.
aUftkCl rtft iBBBFtBM CaX,
Laatfea Uamtkln PItb 1b. Co.,
TauM bs1 9ntj HariM Ibb. Ce.,
Htm Turk Uto Iia Ctx,
C. 0. BERGER,
QMsrsl AflMt tat la wiilo IiIbibb.
Wtu. U. Irwin.
W. M.dlUArd, .
Tbao 0. Porta?
Praaldant aud Manager
BeoreUry and Treasurer
AoawTa or vaa
Octailc SttUBUkJp Ctnpaiy,
OF BAN FRAN01BOO, OAL.
G. BREWER & CO.
P. CJone President
Q. H. Robertson. Manager
E. F. Bishop Secretary ft Treasurer
W.F. Allen Auditor
C. M. Cooke 1
H. Waterhouae IHrertor
O. L. Carter I
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Bta.
- eera texifioiei ua -
Fine Carriages it Civil Drivers
To be had at all hour.
.J. 8. ANDRADE,
Attn Atinrance Go.
assets, . . . ue.eM.eM.
II. W. SCHMIDT HONS,
Agent for Hawaiian lalsudi,
FBB BAKR "0. D. BRYANT."
o all ittlm;
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
In tha Lataat Patterns
44 HOUSEHOLD "
AND SEVINQ LUCIDflt,
All with tha Lataat ImproTatusnu
ALIO ON BAND
Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Parlor OrtiDi, GfllUn
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER A GO.,
King Btraat, oppo. Oaatla A Uooka.
All Unite in any quantity-fmni
bag to a ton.
from one bag to any quantity
In i-fu lengths and Bawed or Spilt
nuiu m !! hi buj quantity; also
WHITE & BLACK SAND
Batwaaa Atakaa u Uobavsi leratta.
'PHK ONDERbToNED ARE PRE
JL pared to make all klnda of Iron,
Brass, Bronse, Zlno, Tin and Lead Cast
ings. Also a General Repair Shop for
Steam Engines. Rica Mills, Corn Mills,
Water Wheels. Wind Mills, ak Machines
for the Cleaning of Coffee, Castor Oils.
B.en,!!? m,, Bi5, Pineapple Leaves and
other Fibrous Plants and Paper Stock.
Also Machine for Extracting Starch from
tha Manioc, Arrow Root, ate.
BbF All ordara promptly attended m
WHITE, BJTBAN t CO.
Thi Bflgt Luck ii Tow!.
x9& and Oom
at all soraa
TUK FINEST BBANDN 0
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND
EL. J. NOLTI, JProp.
Agent to Tike Acknowledgments
- WILL ATTEND TO -
aiumint ud Salt o( PropNt)
CeUecttif 1m Ail IU BraichM.
OrrioB t No. 42 Merchant Street.
METROPOLITAN MEAT G0
y "in 5l
Wholesale end RcUII Bitcbers
0, J, Waui.kk, i ; MauaKer,
Pacific Mail S.S. Go.
Ocddeotil and Oriental S. S. Go,
rtff T0I01AMA aid fiONQIOMQ.
Btaamara of tha abora Oompanlaa will
call at Honolulu on their way to tha abora
porta on or about tha following dataat
Btmr "CHINA" September 8, IBM
Btmr "OOKANIO" Toctober 2 1HH
Btmr "CHINA" Norember 13, 1KM
Btmr "OOKANIO"... December 11 1894
Btmr "OH IN A" .'.January 21, 1899
Btmr "OOKANIO... February 19, 1896
Btmr "CHINA" April 2. 1K
Per SAM FlAKCllCO
Btaamara of tha above Companies will
eall at Honolulu on their way from Hong,
kong and Yokohama to the above port on
or about tha following dates:
.August 21, lmH
Btmr "CITY OF PKK1N0
October 9. 1MM
Btmr "OOKANIO". .November 19 1894
Btmr "CHINA" December 81 1894
RLmr HnAKI.IIVl r.(.m. in' tm
Februarv IS. lmft
April 28, 1898
IITII OP PiSSaSI III 18 FOLLOWS:
ASIA. 1180 00
KOBO. 1178 00
Cabin, round trip 4
Cabin, round trln II
months to an
European Steerage... na 00
Passengers paying full fare will be
allowed 10 percent ofJ return fare if return
Ing within twelve month
aW For Freight and Passage apply Ui
H. HACIFELD 4 CO.,
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Aosinlian Mail Servict
The New and Fine Al Bteel Buatmnip
Of the Oceania Bteaiusblp Company will
bedueatHonolulnfroin Sydney and Auck-
iMui, uii ur imm
Malls and Passengera on or about that data.
Pr Sysasy sb Aioklaa) :
The New and Fine Al Bteel Bteamahli
Of the Oceanlo Bteamshlp Compauy will
be due at Houolnlu, from San Pranrlnco.
on or about
And will have prompt despaton with
Mall and Passengers for the above porta.
The undersigned are now prepared to leene
TH10UGI TICKETS TO ILL POINTS
IM Til OIITID STATU.
BjST" For further particulars regarding
Kralgbt or Paasaga apply to
wh. q. nwm k co., im.,
i-i Sfiaral AiMij.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
8. S. AUST1AL1A
froui 8. F.
for 8. F.
From Ban Francltcwi
Prom Sydney lot
ALAMEDA, Aug. 80 I MARIPOBA, Aug.23
MONOWA1 Oct. 25 I ALAMEDA
Paallo, Oollsetor sad BaBaral
Bub-agent for Several of the Best FIRK
Patsataa ol Use's Obsasieal OaatMif ter
OlarUylag Cabs Jaloe.
Mutual Telephune 8. . P. O. Boa S.H8.
Merchant Htrret, Honolulu.
Ring Up Botb Telepbones 122
Huiid at HollltiKor'a Shoeing Shop,
Unn lrl. neat Fort,
maaiuart of the above Line, running In connection witb to
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
etwaen Vancouver, B. 0., and Sydney, N. 8. W.. and call In? at Victoria, B. 0.,
Honolulu and Bava FijIJ,
A.RHJ DXJH3 A.T KEONOLUmr
On or about the dates
Frona Sydney and Suva, for JTictorla
and Vancouver. B. O.:
Btmr "AK AW A" ..
Tkramak Tlekatg laaaad traa Beiaialg t
rtitaar abd fAssBBoia aoihtki
D. McNICOLL, Montreal, Canada.
ROBERT KERR, Winnipeg, Canada
is. a. oAftnn, dbu rrnncieco, JUl,
O. MoL. BROWN, Vancouver, B. O.
M. M. BTRRN, Ban Francisco. Cal.
HONOLULU SOAP HOUSE
Three packages eontalnlutf thirty buses of Tokio Parlor MatchM
only 10 cents.
Sells tho very beat quality of Soap at $1.50 per 100 pounds, and 17
bars of 26 pounds, honest weight, for $1.25.
German Blue Castile Soap, manufactured by Gratis Bros., Mannheim,
Uermany, at 10 cents per pound,
Toifet Soap, retails at wholosale
Soft Soap in tins of 42 pounds. $1.25.
Stearic Wax Mining Candles, manufactured by tho Emery Caudle
Works of Cincinnati, Ohio, 12 caudles
1T!t.ft VIlM W.jl lid M..l
.,nnu &I1U 1TWl, flu 'UB fjuiu. iuu paiutl vub III IIIUVM 111 it luuuvn
long iu any quantity from $1 up, delivered to any part of tho city free of
Kiawo Charcoal at 10 fonts a sack.
Richmond, Va., Cedar Wood Pol Palls, finished with brass hoops.
Small size, 50 couts; large siz, 75 cents.
Empty Vinegar and Wine Barrels, as water rcceivora, at $1.
Kitchen Salt in sacks of 100 pounds, 50 cents.
Tablo Salt given away.
Highest Cash Price paid for Hidos, Skins and Tallow.
Known as the Bolt Boap Man,
BJaV MUTUAL TEU 814. II08S tf IlKTHKL 8TKKKT.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
W. O. WILDSS, Pree. B. B. Koee bee.
Oai-t. J. A. Kimu, Port Bupt
Stmr. KIN AD,
Will leave Honolulu at 2 r. m.. Ioumuiiik at
Lahalna, Maalaea Bay and Makeua the
same day; Mabukona, Kawaihaeaud Ua
paboeboe the following day, arriving at
Uilo at midnight,
Friday Aug. 'U
Tuesday Bept. 4
eieeesaaa A0Ca 7
Tuesday Dec. 18
Returning leaves Hilo, touchlug at Lau
pahoehoe same dav; Kawaibae a. m.; Ma
bukona 10 a. M.: Makena 4 r. at.; Maalaea
Bay a p. at.; Lahalna H r. u. the following
day; arriving at Honolulu a. m. Wednes
days and Baturdavs.
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU.
av Bent. 22
Wednesday Oct. 8
Baturday Oct, 13
Wedneeday Oct. 24
Baturday Nov. 3
Wedneeday Nov. 14
Baturday Nov. 'it
a- No Freight will be rereived alter
lit noon on day ol sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at 6
r. m., touching at Kabulul, Huelo, Hana,
Hatuoa and lupahnlu.
RetumlUB will arrive at Honolulu ever
Bunday morning, j
tm No Freight will be renelvnd after
4 r. m. on uay ol salllug.
Consignees must be at the landing to
receive their Prelicht. as we will not hold
ourselves responsible alter sneb Freight
has been landed.
While the Company will use due dill-
eeuoe in handling Live Block, we decline
) assume any responsibility iu case of tbe
loss of same.
Tbe Company will not be responsible fur
Mouey or Jewelry nules placed in the care
Drawing and Painting.
D. Howard Hitchcock
Drawing and Painting taught by the ll
est European methods. Clasnes nvrry Wed
nesday and Baturday liirfiioon from H a. m.
to 12 noon.
WtL, lessons for Private Pupils In spe.
si lutes ol work also given,
ja. Thi Btudlo will be iiikju Iu vl.ltors
every Friday alteruoou,
below stated, via.!
From Victoria and Vancouver, B Or,
for Suva and Bjrdnevi
Btmr "WAKRIMOO" Beptember 24
OaJtai lattM aal Unf.
JBF For Freight and Passage and all
Ueneral Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd,
AimUfor tkt BmiaHan Ulnndt.
for 25 cents.
4t. J..i t.. I.lrtt.. M 1I ImaUhH
HOP H1NG & CO.,
tOU HOTEL STREET,
Wholesale Dealers In
Liprs anrl laia dps
General Chinese Merchandise
Nut Oils, Rice, Matting,
Chinese Bilks, Etc., Etc., Etc.
BaflliiB asi Aaericu QroceriM
By Every Coast Bteamer.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 147 lOAH-u
SOMETfflTtO NEW I
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.,
87 UD SL MlHAl Tel. 661
Baggage Checked from Hotels and Rest
denoes direct to destination. No
Kecbecklng at steamers.
Baggage always put In State Rooms.
J. R. MILLS,
BEGAN TAPOI I PACIFIC GIS
Engines & Launches !
THE BEST IN THE MAJULET.
They cunnot be suruatiBod
for motive power.
CaTBRNI) FOR OATALO!l)K-ejr
10Xl-lf Bole Agent, Nuuaun street.
California Fruit Market,
Corner King A Alakea Bta
By Every Bteamer from Ban Fran
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
KU. KtQ Etc., Etc.
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, L'd
Car. Alias k Part ftta., Beaelals.
3Jlu gitUj) gwUciin.
PUdgtd to neither Sect nor twrt,
But EiUxblUhed for the Benefit of Alt.
TUESDAY, AUG. 21, 1894.
THE LABOR OOKaflBBIOlT.
When this paper expressed doubt
of any great good coning out of the
Labor Commission, no disparage
ment of the measure creating it or
of its author was intended. The
law seeus to be all right and the
intentions of its chief promoter are
generally conceded to be most
admirable. It is difllcalt to expect,
however, that the plauting interests
as a whole will have any more
sympathy with the objects of the
commission thau they have formerly
had with tho popular movements iu
behalf of protection to tho mecha
nics anil traders, who form tho bone
and sinew of civilized institutions
iu those islands, wheu legislation in
that regard was being attempted.
Uow tho plauting interests insisted
beforo legislative committees is of
feet that the paramouut considera
tion was to get cheap, cheaper,
cheapest labor iu unlimited supply,
so as to keep wages down to a price
approximating, as near as possible,
that paid for the most servile labor
in other countries where tropical
agricultural products' aro the sta
ples, aud that all othur interests
must take what they could get of
protection to their right to exist iu
this country, is fresh iu the memory
of all who have been rusideut hero
for a few years. Thoro is also a
vivid remembrance of labor bills
being so loaded with complications
and limitations as to mako them
practically inoperative, excepting aa
thoy always left a door open for tho
introduction of shiploads of Jap
anese aud large consignments of
Uniuese, with no restriction upon
their employment or term of resi
dence after the oxpiration of their
labor contracts. Some loading plan
ters profess to be in sympathy with
the struggle to conserve those parts
of the population which support
western civilization, a proportion of
these attestiug the sincerity of their
profession by experimenting with
free labor aud paying living wages
to European and Hawaiian overseers
and mechanics. By inauy accounts,
theugb, it is to be believed that a
majority of tho plautors are still
governed by the selfish motive of
making mouey now by the shortest
cuts possible, regardless of tho cause
of civilized society iu the future of
Hawaii, aud oblivious of any obliga
tion, toward those who at present
aharo with thorn the burdens of
civilization. From all sides are
heard reports of white mechanics
aud overseers being supplanted by
Japanese who have watched them
closely enough to have acquired suf
ficient of their skill to take their
places. Whether such action ia in
trinsically wise economy or other
wise on the part of the mauagers,
the fact remains that it shows ouly
the contrary of sympathy for the
cause whose aim is to build up the
country with intelligent and pro
gressive peoples born aud bred to
When all this has been said, how
ever, it is apparent to observers that
there is a bettor goneral tone of
sentimeut among the planters as a
whole, upou the question of labor,
than there was a few years ago.
There is indeed reasou to hope that
their ideas will, within a measurable
period in the future, have become
revolutionized. Had tho couutry
ever had a Government independent
of the plauting iulluenco, the neces
sity for a revolution of opinion iu
this matter would perhaps long ere
this have been obviated. If there
was a Government powerful aud dis
interested enough to tell the plant
ers that, while there were thousauds
of native liawaiiaus procurable fur
living wages aud decent treatment,
hundreds of Portuguese leading a
precarious existence about Honolulu
iu the same category, aud thousauds
of vagrant (Jliiniso aud Japanese
who should be compelled to work,
either ou the plantations or for the
Government, results the most bcuo
licial to the country would doubt
loss immediately appear. Perhaps
such a consummation may be has
touod by the operatious of the
Labor (JomiulsHioti, but the Govern
ment could it it would strike out
upou h shorter cut toward the goal.
It would have been iu this line of
duty hail it passed n law, wheu iu
the provisional term of its existence,
to suppress vagrancy aud vicious
idleueas iustead of the unnecessary
euactmeut it wade, Iu a moment of
i . .