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THE DAILY BUMXTtX, MAKOH I. 1895.
CoiiiiiioiieitiR MONDAY, March
llli, 1SSK"), nil liqtinr saloons will ho
nlliwcil lo remain open a itr tho
cotulitioin of thuir licttisu, from
f.:30 a. m. to ll:30r. ji.
During Rtich tinio liquors tit all
dofcription will hu iillouml to he
sold, providing sr.mo Im drunk on
Xo liquor shall w tnlieti auiiy
from Mich m.iIuous oxcopl. Doer, Alo
Tho prcenro of an person under
tho inlhiiMK'o of liquor upon any
F.'iloou prcuiiHi.3 will causo such
. Fnloon to hrt iinuiHiliatuly dosml, as
will nl'O tho violation of tho ndo
allowing liquors to ho tnkcu away.
Marshal, Jtcpuhlie of Hawaii.
I'luliril In neither Sect nnr Party,
Hut Established for the lien' fit of All.
MONDAY, MARCH J, 1S93.
STRIKE AT OAHU COLLEGE.
rortURUoso Mochtinlcs Qo Out in n
Bodyyind Japa are in Their Plnco.
Arthur Harrison, tho contractor
and builder, who liai I ho coutrict
for building tho now Oahu Col lego
building, had troublo with his L'or
tngtiuso mechanlcH this morning.
Twenty lrtuguo.o slono-cutter
nud quarrjtiu'ii lo.t in a body on
striko. Tho I'ort ugui-to blntu that
Mr. llarrii'ou violated his agreement
with tlu'iu. Tliny claim that llio
contractor promised to pay tho
stono cutters twenty fivu cents more
tlian any contractor in town, and
that ho ha not done so. They com
plained about llin violation to Mr.
Harrison, but ho would not 5co it.
Tho im-ii vro getting .?2.2." a day.
Thi- tnoroiiitf tho L'ortugU"3tt went
to work, oiid thov s.iy llmt tlipy a.w
1 Japauo-o at work. Not wKliin to
woik with Japanese thuy all quit in
that tho strike vwh only tho work of ' Clogged through tllllbuslenilg
n few riiiBl-ailors who have prolnb'y ii. .i jle IltnVS1v,ners 'miUp Strifes
been put up to it. "1 havo to do ln.'u l-nc ipapciMll lULOl.UCb
this work in a certain length of Will spend the HCXt SIX niOlltllS
nine, coin union .ur. tiarrison, nuti .,:,,, ntr
' 1 must l.i.r.. i.w.r.. ..l,r. If tl.,. U Villi; WOII.
i'ortuguivu can furnish mo a Milli-
cient number of men, I would Lot
I wish for bettor mechanics. I can't
oven put on a native. Tito Portu
guese 1 uavo working lor mo liato
tho very sight of natives. I havo
sent for four white men, and I sup
pose they would havo goim out on
utriko if 1 employed them. Tho men
are strikiug every week for a raine in
their wage?, and what was I to do? I
couldn't do that. They camo around
on Monday of last week with their
Sunday dot lies and refused to work.
They "did work, howover, but on
Saturday the chief ringleader refus
ed to take his pay. I could havo
kept it, but when he camo back I
gave it to him. I must do some
thing to finih tho work. I did not
March ., S95.
The fourth of Aarch is al
ways a gala day in Washington
on account of the gathering of
the clans. This time it is par
ticularly "gala" on account of
the change in the politics of a
majority in Congress. While
they have not the necessary
two-thirds majority lo pass bills
over the President's veto they
can make it very interesting.
Legislation will probably be so
Tho Doportatlon Question
Tho editor of the Pacific Commer
cial Advertiser in this morning's is
sue has apparently settled to hit own
Fatir-factiou, aud that of a few immi
grants like inmsoli, mo great quua-i "p ., , "
tionof forciblo deportation of o- Vln,!loy tho ,n,u? until aflor tliu
litical aud other offenders from ono 1 Wso nan wii. i expecieu 10
country to another. ' s" ih I'tugueso in the quarry ,
No doubt learned jurists of every i 'll at work' bu,1 wLun l wont tuew !
lib tit.nn ltv wi 1 bo lrratoiul for tie "U. r'" .""" .
UUVIUI U'IMIO tIS OUI IIUUUVI I,
sum G roat Scott) of ono hue
aud ufty thousand dollars. "Da
clear and pungent uenverauco 01 i
this ''Now Daniel tote to ju Ig
meiit." It is really refreshing in '
the&e unquiet day t ) havo from
such an able authority au opinion
coveriug so much controverttd
ground j ground which hat proved '
in tho past oor and over again i
highly dangerous both to "sover- j
eigus aud statesmen," aud which '
may vet prove very harrowing to '
thi little S.ui Marino of tho Pacific.
1 1 is ploaiiig to noto tho dexterity
with which "Dauiol" gets over his
feiu'e?. Tho poor captain of tho S.
S. Warrimoo by a biased, infamous, i
vuluar British Court, has been out ,
under bonds (his ship libeled) in tho '
liowevr, is utiuismayou. We ask
tho following quostion: VasthoUa
wuiiau Goverutueut exercising its
"prorogativo rights" iu deporting
by compulsion tho olfondors men-'
tioued in a llritiah royal mad steam- '
er to a country bearing the ship's
Hag? It has always beeu held that
such vessels should not bo used for
any purposo but those oloarby do
lined by law; aud it is evident: 1st, .
That tho captain had no means at
his disposal to resist tho alleged
"prerogative rights," or it is nearly
certain ho would havo done so; 'Id,
It is also certain that at least two of
the supposed offenders were unwill
ing to avail themselves of tho "pre
rogatives;" paid fare, etc., etc., of
this paternal government.
"Daniel" is level when ho writes
that tho United States, acquiesced
in by England, insists on ttie right
to opel criminal or paupor immi
grants, but thou "Daniel" ought to
havo stated that such persons must
be sent whence thoy camo, aud that
all countries oveu by tho will of
Undo Sam aro not dumping
gruiiuds for such people.
"Daniol" is apparently mixed aud
ravelled, with regard to rights of na
tions, whon ho holds that if tho cap
tain of tho Warrimoo is liablo iu au
aution brought against him not in
a foreign country, but iu his own
for doing in San Marino au act justi
fied by its laws; whon ho says that
such a course would bo to upset
"American and English wo prefer
"British" judicial decisions ovor a
Vo believe, nay kuow that tho
Government of the country those
forcibly-doportod men wore sout
to would havo been within its un
doubted rights kuowiug the facts
to havo doclinod to allow of their
lauding, and simply ordered Cap
tain Bird to return thorn "to tho
placo from whonco thoy came."
Tho Groat Australasian Empire
comprising, as it does, at least eight
seuii-iudepeudeut states, can even
take tho above stand against its own
venerable august mother.
There will likely bo other expres
pious of opinion both American
and British aud wo daro to allirm
that tho Ulvertisor's position will
bo found utterly untenable. S.
Honolulu, Mai eh 1, 189.".
This is tho first strike iu Honolulu
since tho strike of tho native lumber
carriers on tho city frout about four
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 23 and 50
cents per night; SI and $1.25 per
By LWin '. Lovoy.
The success of the Avery
Plantation Improvements is far
beyond our expectations. The
planters using them on Hawaii
are as pleased with them as
men who recognize a good
thing when they see it can be.
We publish below a couple
of letters received from well
known managers on Hawaii:
Onomea Sugar Co.
February 2 5, 1895.
Ar. John A. Scott,
"The Onomea Sugar Co., has
now in use three of the Stub
"I think these machines are
indispensable for the proper
cultivation of rattoons.
"We have never had an im
plement that would so thor
oughly loosen the earth around
the stools and put the soil in
such condition that the air,
moisture and fertilizer would
so readily find access to the
fine roots of the cane and the
roots around them.
"I am glad to testify to the
merits of these tools. The
sugar land Diso Cultivation
arrived too late for much use
in cultivation of the last young
Oiliu, on tliHt.tnuiy of March, IMU, at 10 nhiif 'iiiH mHnrms hnf I lip
o'clock a i uf that duy. the following i P'a,U ,U1Q ratlOOIlS, DUI I Oe
Uoixls mul Ohattols: I lin.to tUnr will ntrwrn in Un imni
' HWTt. U1W1 1 lit lUTb its kw v-l y
! useful and labor saving imple
ment in districts where cane is
raised without irrigation.
W. W. GOODALE.
Ar. Ross, manager of Ha
kalau Plantation has the im-
I plements in use and says:
February, 16, 189?.
To Mr. E. R. Hendry,
President and Manager, Ha
waiian Hardware Co., Hono
We use the Avery Stubble
Digger Fertilizer Distributor
and Cane Cultivator. They
save labor and do the work
claimed for them. The Stub
ble Digger I consider a particu
larly good implement.
We keep all of these imple
ments in stock and will be
pleased to show them or mail
photographs to parties interest
ed in the cultivation of sugar
Notice of Sale !
(if do 'ds nii'l Chattels tnktnond
ril-tralii'il on the lat day of Feb
ruary, IK '(5, for ar-cars of ren from
premises on Merchant tt cct. Ho
ml i l(t. Oahu, occupied by V. 8.
J.uco hi a U'liiint.
JOT10K IS HKUK11Y (JIVKN THAT
nflur thu uxnlratlon of IS rtavs from
this UJ li day ol 1 lmnry, IS'C), them will
ut iliu Auction Uooini of LuwUJ.
In tho city of Honolulu, Island of
I ras? Crt'iuo Do Cash
II cab'M dhurry, 1 doz. each
5 citxoi I'ort, 1 noz. each
1 cate Cherry Ilruiuly. 1 doz. canh
1 ca:o Crouio lie Aimls, 1 doz. each
1 Corlcint; Maclili.e
1 lloltlo FI IIiik Mschlno
1 Litter l'res, btnnd Tress and Water
1 Step Ltddnr
1 CnrM'le Machine
I Safe unci Stand
l Hinull llcx.s
3 Small Baskets
81 Uotties Sherry Wine
ill iEiivHIK i ' fiwUVilEi V
- V' : -' - ?' 5-
L. B. Kerr
is the only
man in IIo
5 The Automatic) Tkaul. Skwxio IMaciiixk with
the Lutest Modern Attachnients suitable for Light and
Heavy Work To Pntchusfra. In-tni'tion.s in Arisenc,
Tinsel, Selnu'lle and Fancy Winbroiilory Work will he given.
Creiuu 1)4 Cassis
Crome Do Mokn
Cremo Do Monthe
hulnt Kapliael Wine
Punch au Cognac
Creme Do The
3 Jlle llottles llltter llrlzard
& Uottlea Kerhchenwasser
2 " llluck Horry llrandy
ii nia and 3 Small Bottles Maraequlno
H Dottles iMrnino l)n Cacao (Uhonao)
1 llottle Creme Do Cumin (UI(;a)
1 " Creme De Anuls
1 " Chartreuse
1 Hii; Dottle .Infiindel
1 llottle Untune Hitters
1 " GlnKorHrandy
1 " Creme Do Hiino
1 " Seiner lllttors
1 Smnll llottle Ileiiedictiuo
3. Small llnttles Old Tort Wine
(1 Small Dottlos Sherry Wine
1 Lot of Stoio Fl.xturia
he shiiib havltiu heeu dUtralnd
for orroara df rent owed hy W. S. Luce, n
tenaut of the premUes bltuateou Merchant
street, llonohiln, aforesaid.
Ownr r and Landlord of said Premises.
Jlonolitlu, Keh. ID, leU3. l'J-Ji-lSt
163 Hawaiian Hardware Co. lid.
Unsw passed as u Toi'ct fit (julsiic.
FACE AND LIPS,
Superb Just After Slwlng
IIi'ii-uN, V. II., Feb. 21, 1SK).
Mr A. 8. Hi.nih,
Dear Sir: I think It my duty lo writ- ut'ln mpunl to jour
wonderful Hiinhy anii Almosh CnFH. Wh n 1 i'ummeiced uIiik
U, my hnuds would crack upon, and were io had tint I could not
close them without making them html, aul mv fico was tough
andchupping I have lia.i one hixilf, and m hnn.i and ftce are
t nt irttij curat, and I think It mj duty lo iirul-H this wonderful re
medy. MlH M.MtV C. DUIUNT
Recommended by Ladies Everywhere
FOR SALE IJY .,
hobron mm CO.,
-.- . ii
from all the Colt
Factories In the
States. . . .
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