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large families tho Portiigueso aro ox
pensive to bring here, ami are tnurh
dearer to keop on the (limitations
than Asiatic labor. Auothur is that
they will not rouiaiu on tho planta
tions longer than thy ucod to gut
into Honolulu to ocratch a living as
best they can. Thero is not ade
quate enough employuiuut now in
town for Portuguese Ihoreiu domi
ciled, and with the Japauoso push
ing into all sorts of manual labor at
lowor wages much of hard times and
real distress has been brought about
in the urban Portuguese colony. As
to the industry of tho Portuguese iu
making the best of their opportuni
ties after they I'otno iu from the
plantations, tho snug homesteads on
the slopes of Punchbowl wrested by
that nationality from wilderness are
in ocular evidence. There might
once havo beeu fears of tho Portu
guese attaining a too preponderat
ing influence in public affair, but
several circumstances seem to show
that the danger of such a contin
gency is not apt to become soon im
minent. Those of them who acquire
leadership by their aptness for busi
ness and ambition to gut along have
manifested a stratum junlousr of
each other. Thuy have had splits
of greater or less dugrce, at various
times, iu their benevoleut and social
organizations. Several times since
enfranchised iu 1887 they have failed
to secure the political representation
that by a united front was avail
able to them. Again, their young
people, notwithstanding the excel
lent opportunities for education,
will never make tho headway iu any
calling that thuir undoubted brain
power ought to make possible until
the use of their native tongue is
dropped from common use iu their
homes aud their organizations. The
English language is bound to be
come mure aud more paramount iu
all thu relations of lile in thuse isl
ands, and excepting iu peculiar situ
ations even now anyone who cannot
use this language with facility is
out of competition, for either pub
lic or private employment, with
those who havo such facility, either
born or acquired. Thuse remarks are
also applicable to ouug Hawaiian,
and the Young Hawaiian' Institute
would do well to discuss the quu
tiou seriously iu thuir tiieuliugs.
SAILOBS HEFUBED UVVY.
Xhoy aro Not AHowvd Ablioro nnd
Will Not Work.
Seven of the sailors of the bark
Uesper refused duty yesterday, aud
Captain Sodurgrcu telephoned lo
the police. About 1 o'clock Captain
Hookauo aud ollicurs went to tlio
ahip, lying at tho U. K. A; L. Co.'n
wharf, untl arrested tlio men. Uuo
conseuted lo return aud tlio other
were brought lo the Station, llu
liespor arrived on Tliurhday and
after furling sails aud tidying the
hip thu sailors asked to b granted
leave to go ashore. Captain .Soiiur
greu refused thorn libutty, aud the
bailors Ihuii asked that iney be al
lowed to go ashore anil sun the U.
Consul. The captain waxed nngr)
at this aud ordered that no man
show his huad over thu rail. The
men thou refusud dut,). Veuteriui)
morning thuy were again asked to
work, but they still refused unless
they were allowed to see the Consul
Thu captain thou had thorn arrested.
Captain P. U. Sodcrgron was seen
in regard lo the sailors' complaint
this uioruiug. lie said that the men
had no grounds whatever for refus
ing duly. They were well treated
and were not rot used Ieao lo go on
shore until after they had refused to
work. Thu fact ol the matter if,
the captaiu sas, the men do not lilie
to work at discharging coal, it being
dirty work. Tho iiiou would have
worked, however, only that they
were forced to luavo by a Idihsiau
Fin named Jacobneu. Tlio captain
has always had trouble with this
man. The man who returned to
work whuii the arrest was umdo is a
Hollander, lie blaied to the captain
that the men would relurii wore it
not for Jacobseu.
Another complaint by the men is
that thuy ran short of potatoes dur
ing the last leu tlas of the pawsage.
This, on investigation, was louud to
be untrue. There was a large quau
tity of beans, potatoes and rice. Tlio
U. S. CoiimiI has salisiied IiiuimjK
that the inon are iu tnu wrung.
They have all signed articles to load
at Newcastle, N. S. W., discliaigo
aud load ship at Honolulu, aud go
to Sau Praucisco, where tlioy wore
to bo discharged.
Services foi the week:
Suuday -7 a. m., hallelujah break
fast; 11 a. in., holiness mooting; h.'U)
p. m., children's mooting; 11 p. in.,
family gathering; 7 :.'!() p, in., old time
Monday 7:'U) p. ni., native mewl
ing led by Acting burguaul Major
Friday 7:30 p. in., holiness moot
ing. Saturday 7:!J0 p. m., salvation
A real hallelujah breakfast at tho
Salvation Army Hall every morning
during thu week nt 0 o'clock a. in.
Special, Suuday, Doc. HI 7:.'IU p.
m., enrollment of soldiers.
Kawaiahao Church fair in the
lierotauia street armor) had a suc
cessful opuuiug yesterday evening.
Tho attendance was good aud the
people were delighted Willi the
decorations of tho hall, as well as
thu designs and style of the booths
aud stands. This afternoon and
uveulug thu fair will bo seen at its
best. The live doll show will open,
December S, 1894.
Every silver lining has its
cloud. The rain is worth many
thousands of dollars to the
sugar producers but it has a
depressing elTect upon the bicy
cle trade. We are not hand
ling liding wheels but we have
the finest lubricating and lamp
oil for bicycles ever brought to
this country. The containers
have wee spouts to them so
that the lamps may be filled
direct from the cans and with
out spilling. This oil may be
nsod in rirrhirp side I1VI1K qi
11UI 111 L.liri.lgc MUL llglU5 ill
1 tiiiwli Lice nnci tti.ni iiAitmi
.1 nniLii less cost man peanut
oil. It's in pint cans and sells
at 0 cents. We have also a
large stock of sewing machine
M ...'i .iff 11 1 1 t 1'
oil suitable lor all kinds of line
machinery including Type
writers. Our famous Dietz Oil Stoves
with ovens and cooking uten
sils have arrived and are offered
to you at low priccs.These stoves
are arranged so that there is
not the slightest odor from the
Inmns. and Mipv imv h iisp.I :i I
........... ,,... ..v j . vv w- i
an expense of about two cents a
meal. People in I lonolulu who
are using this make of stove
pronounce it peifect in every
respect. One customer told us
he would not accept any other
kind of stove as a gift. If you
prefer an iron stove our stock
of Pansy Stoves all sizes is
Painters will be interested in
our stock of Shellac, Copal
and all soils of varnishes as
well as lead and oils which has
been largely augmented by re
In addition to the celebrated
Belding Refrigerators we carry
the new Alaskan, constructed
on entirely different principles
from any other and made of
hard wood and parts liable lo
rust fully protecled. This is
the same make of refrigerator
used in the California Hotel in
We have some Common
Sense pot cleaners that are
needed in every kitchen in the
country. Every lady who oc
casionally does kitchen work
appreciates the value of a good
Poad Scrapers will be need
ed after these big rain storms.
We have some in stock suit
able for the woik.
We are now selling the
"Dandy" anti-rattler for car
riages where the shafts keep
up a continual shaking. If you
want to enjoy your ride do so
by using an anti-rattler and
ridding yourself of annoyance
on that score.
The sugar grinding season
is at hand and engineers will
have use for oils for the mill
machinery. The "Colorado"
brands are known as the Stand
ard in this country and can be
relied upon for their purity and
general good qualities. We
have this brand of oil in use
on almost every plantation on
the islands and wherever it is
used satisfaction is the result.
We have always in stock Dy
namo, Cylinder, Aachine, En
gine and Car Box oil in
"Colorado" brand. It is the
best manufactured and the best
Our stock of holiday goods
is complete in eveiy paiticular
when it comes to useful arti
cles, u'eh in quality and low in
Tlie Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd.
By Lewis J. Iiovoy.
rhimd.y Eveninl, Dc. 20ih
AT 7 O'l LOCK,
Disply of New Goods!
.tilit itrrlvetl per hark Paul IwnliorR,
By Jbh. F. Morgan
MortKAgMi'a Notlco of Intention to
IN' accoiuunoi: with thr imio-i
1 JL vl,l.mofncrMiii....iMfi. mml by '
"I'nrlfK U. Wil on tit Honolulu, Onliti, !
! i.ir r. tow.i-.m. t nt.i h.ik.iuu
aim AUiiu I'tn. a. l. lR'ii.nnu iwo U'n ,
In IliP OMIci" (it Itnmlrnr i.f Coimjaliro.
hi It ok 17. HRi' I'd. 17m nnil 4v, tutl
is nt-rfiiy gi'en mat ni" mm iinirn r.
roMriihrtiit. iininenL'PO. mil' hIm In ti rf.iiw
Hip mill iiuirt.ngu lo comt'tlon l' ken, to i
Wit: liiiicii-vtii nl nt irlin''rtl lin ilu'. 1
Nntli'p li nlio liou'liv ulvi'ii ihalilici.ru-
i-cny mwr.i uy ,u Mnw m 1
oio ni i nunc Alien mi, ni i'ic aiici'ihi i
Itoom of Jtti H. Mii'g'in.lti nM Honolulu,
On SATUKDA V, Deoembor 22, 18!U,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON
'flip l'iowr y rovcnl by mid nio'tRn I
Is tttwrlliril tm 'oll'iws: Alt UiMtcruIn i
uii-iv or m Citl of In nil ultliut- nt Ku n.kn
tins. In mill Honolulu, hvxv ilrtl soil lies
rnlil ni foiUmx, v t i Commcuclne nt
tin. ii d'lkn c.inur of Yomiir nml I'llkol
lOrrots hihI riitiuliiK In mi ni- rly illr I
lion nl in k' Yuimik "tui'L 210 a f.et, Idr ni'i ,
In n iinftliir ilhro'liiii Ao fvpMhrnn n
n nextprlv illrcct'Dli o P Ikul nitni' 2IUI)
feet, III. it' o In n Miilliprlt 0 nrllwi nl ik
HKi s'rn'i rv.a root lo pim-p or com
."r'."1 """"''u n" " "f 'XIW ,
in mi nvir
In Tta Cblily MOTlJiligS
tin thoughts of the householder
are directed towards fuel as a
moans of keeping warm. To
get tho right quality at tho
right price is the matter lo be
considered. There's lots and
lots of wood for sale, but to gel
what is best for thu money is
We contend nnd we believe
1 . ft . Villi HUM BJHMJI'V IU MIUIMU nillt'll'n III
we aro right 111 our Judgment, ,,y. n ' r,,R(rn imk( n ,,
that the wood wo deliver to our present. A pretty Silk Dress be
patrous Is the best ever ollered PAIIDO
for sale in Honolulu. Our f jJAi. C0
algoroba is full growth aud , womn ni ,, ,,,, 1 hnvn Mine
has more body to it thau that lino Silk Dross Goods that I am sell
grow 11 anywhere on the Islands, ing at reasonable prices, also Winter
Our wood choppers know n Dro, GootI of every variety, they
good thing when II.,.; m it, nr0 ml Vn,U0 5ml ,Mest ,lo8i"B
and in rutting they select only lUI?
what tlioy know to bo good to
use. We never deliver any ex- I """I''' " to tire you with too
e.pi wuai ,s kihni. ion iano
no cliauci's whatever when 3011
telKpliono us an order for wood.
Vim got just as good as if you
(linn to the ranch aud soloeled
Tiik WAIALXW ItiXCll.
$5.00 HEW AUD.
JO.sT, A JAPNi:i: PI'di
j I'eiMii', hlxt'k mul wlillu,
tttiu.l.'L'i.'.'fi mi fun, If!. 1111.
xvutr to tin' immu of "Prlni't'." J
V lulu' return to Mr. T khVU.S, S'uii'uiril
Htrri't eiiiiln'('iinli's rihlili'iicii, will iv
rulw t!iu aw iv ruttunt. I'JlL'-.l
'plIK KrKAMI'.ll V. 0 IIAI.I. WII.I,
1 li-ii vu lii-re on Momlsy Ui-i'. I'l'li, ill
lOo'rluik m , mul will 11 r I c nl Ilium
lulu TiifHilNV inorii in; J.iii I, IsVi, pIiI
Hrn a r ! licpli riiiuMi" to hlilii ill r
lii'l;lilimKU.r.iy, IW. 'l.
V. Jl. Mil KN, '
l.'ll-hv Himt.' nry I. I. K N Co ,
National Cane Shredder
l'ATKNI'Rn UNIi:U THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
4 -& Rlr
3JMr. Ji.lin A. Scott, Muiiiiiir of tlio H1I0 Supir Onmiany, gives tho follow
iiik vvoiiilorful ri'conl of tlio working of the NATIONAL UANE SHltED
DEH, vvliii'h vvuH oroolud hy tlioir workn at tho coiniiioiicciiionl of tho croji
jtiHt hurvutilctl :
"DiirniK tlio pant vvvok tlio Hilu SiiKnr Oiiiniiiiy'n mill ozueodod any of
itn forinoi reuimlti hv ulimiiiK tho l'2! huiiis grinilniK with 1111 oiiiitilof iiOOJ
toiifi. Thin i fully 10 porcunt moro tli.m tho hu.si work of former yo.irt..
"Tho lliuo rnllor mill lioiiig J in. hy fil in. and tho iwo roller mill !I0 in.
hy (i) in. I ho liriit mill doing thin ainotiiil tif work in an ollluiont manner
mul with gro.it onto, coinp.uetl with work on wholo eano, owing to thorough
irunir.ition of thu ciiuo hy tho Nulioiuil U.ino Sliroihler, lecontly orecteil hy
"Ami hy iu mm tho extraction hut been iuoro.iHeil from II percent to ft per
coal 011 all kiuilri of eano, anil iu mhiih cihoh 80 iou'oul Iiuh lieou reached;
the average being 7ft to 78 percent, according to tulity.
" I couiiiiuo to ll nt I tho iiieguhH from bhreihleil cuuo hotter fuel lliuu from
"The tdircdilor hux hein working day and night for hovoh uioutliH and luih
given mn eutiio haiiniuctiou, having blinddi d during Unit time ahoiil novunty
thoiirtiiiiil loiih of cane, and a largo pari of it In ing haul rulnoim.
"Tho idircddor and engine rctiiiiin very little care or ullenliim."
I'luiiK ami Npeeiilcalloiih ol theno
Too High !
So Sayi thf Uninlltalftl
Do Not Be Deceived I
Do Not T'ecelve Yourself I
Mnkf honnl campnrhomnol
brlwrrii SI. I'rtmhurg nnd Ifnno
luht, but btlwren our price and
print prtntilhty in other ettahlith'
mnilt HF.HK. H'c are telling
at low at $tQ per dozen. Think
njil! SI for a Solid Tea Sponn
of qood uW'if and the; heavier
pntlemt at the game tow rate per
ounce. We further engrave ini-
tinlt ftee of clmrpe on all our Sit'
ver Wiire; thut taring you many
more dollar t, and ttill further re
ducing the cott of our tilver to you
over fifteen patterns to choote
We are telling Sterling Silrrr
Cuff hinltfor 7ic. and $1 pet til;
and yet have never bragged about
it; while the quality of our goodt
hat tteadily GOXK Vl ur
pricet have constantly GONE
The volume butinett done
daily in our Store, it proof of the
appreciation held by the general
public of our immeute tlock; of the
neirneti of everything in it; of the
rate with which your wantt ran be
tupplird. There it no need calling
your attention to THK QUALITY
of our Silver people know a good
thing when they tee it, and you
know we buy only the bett.
H. F. WICBMAN,
Good nro in demand juat now.
lYoplo who cnunot AlTunl luxuries
... , .... - ,,
111111T11 initio 111 mub nun b won 1 km iuii
like to null the wool ov
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ovor ymr loot
Willi some 01 my riu
a woman said, "What shall I gel for
my little girl?" A Doll, Madam.
Hy all means a Doll. 1 havo some
ISeautifs finely dressed aud with
Natural Hair, each put in a separate
box; this will bo sure to please
little girl. For older people we have
a t'oiintloss array of goods, both use
ful, ornamental aud decorative, and
with a wish that you will be judi
cious and inspect my stock liefore
buying elsewhere. I wish you a
Ml. S. LEVY
Foht Stri:kt, H. I.
Miitililera may ho M'cn ill thu olllco of
IRWIN & CO., L'd.
tht Jutittt fin H4 Jlauiaiian tumult
- - f FVVlltl-EaiC-l twit-.
W 4otfn Ii) U,t mil
Tlio Board of Health recom
mend that all drinking water
lie boiled nitd filtered. No one
doubts tho necessity of lliis pre
caution with our city supply,
but llioso who drink
are always suro of its absolute
purity. Wo warrant every bot
tle. Napa Soda is n pure mine
ral water, just as it comes charged
with sparkling gas from tlio bo
som of mother earth. II is pre
scribed and recommended by the
most eminent physicians. It is
not one of tlio now "inako-be-lievo"
natural waters, but lias
been in extensive uso for twenty
live years. We furnish this
"lving or Table Waters' by the
Bottle, Doen or (!aso. We now
have cases of Sixty Bottles, im
perially for families, at tlio very
reasonable price of $( per ease
A trial order solicited by tlio
Agcnls tor the lluwnlluti UIohI-.
Christmas Cards !
Water Color O.irds of
A I HO
Bond Somnthing Hawaiian to Your
KING BROS ART STORE
RUBBER STAMPS !
BROWN & KUI1EY,
WATCH AND CLOCK DEALERS
GooU mid on Wickly or Jloutlily
4 Mttonlc Timple, Alikti Strut
HONOLULU, . H. I.
Mutual Telephone Co.
NOTICE TO BUB30KIBERS.
AT A MKI'.TIVU OPTIIK DllIK'jrOltS
of tlio C.jHiuiiy linlil tlilw day It whh
ruinlvrd that on hihI ii'Iit tliu 11 r.i ' iluy o
jHiiiiury IS'L'i, tlm rutHK ( ir tliu line of tele
plionlu Instniiiii'M'a will tin iih (olli.ws:
I'rlvnln ItcsliluncuH, ixt montli
llllhlll'M HoUlOllllll HIIU'l'H
Country HtHtioiiN . , . 7 fKj
I'nyivbli ipiartrrly In uilvunco
lloicihilu, lieu. 12, l'll
DR. R MoKIBBIN.
IV xtri'i'l next dour to .Miin'iiiluTitiup'e
(11iHi1l.11) (llllo llnurki K111.I I'll-'" from
HilKI till UUKi Hint II Oil VI ,v,, nml from '.'
tnH. uml 7 till Hr. m
M- Whl nit-mi al thu MikIIxiiI llaM,
fort mreul (old olllux), from Ili'Jiltlli II a. M.
Hll iHili'lnr Ilk vVlBKfl
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rS6 The Automatic Peaul Skwnio Iaoiiixk with
tho Latent Modurn Attachments suitable tor l.iht and
Ilo.ivy Work To Pntchasers: Itifitruolions in Arisuiic,
Tinsel. Sehnelle and Fancy Kmhroidery AVork will te given.
IF YOOR SHAFTS RATTLE
l io us, as
tler, is tho only sure
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
Xo 70 Queen E3trset
A Wonderful Remedy
I had wifiVivd fieven years '
with inllaininatoiy rheiiina
tinm; tried every known ic
meily and go no jieiinanent
relief until I uf-ed Arita Oil.
The HorenePH aud latnencHs at
onee bewail to disappear,
in a Hhort tone I wjis restored
to health 1 gladly recom
mend Vita Oil as a safe ef-
;( lective horn." remedy and
I bent I ever used.
Mus. L. 3t. Iauiiktii.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water (should be. boiled nnd littered.
The Oxi.v TtKi.iAiu.K Watku Fii.tku is the Slack k
BroWolOW. They are mule on seientilic prioeiples. Tlioy
are aeeehHible in all parts and can be readily clutnetl.
iAOIKJO HAUDWAIMS CO., L'D
COUNKK POUT & MKHGIIANT STIU3BTS.
L. II. Kerr
is tlio only
man in llo
bring your Carriage
w(3 arc ilie exclusive
the Oaklsox Shaft
which, as an anti-rat
thing in the world.
Vita On. hashelptd
olhcrn; it. will eure
T ' T V
HOBRON DRUG CO.