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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH G, 1895.
NOTES ON THE WIl. ,
What UatuUciaf Snya of Niitlvo
ami tho Hnbt'lhoa
Handicraft, thu org in unci tho
product tf Kauieliniiuha Schools,
has tho following pungent r-flec-,
lions on t Iii Into war: i
Vacation and woik for tho boys
has hecouio a greater problem than
over. Tho labor market has been
glutted with foreign labor for some '
little time, naturally h!!"ning the '
chances for inexperienced and na
tivo hand. To increase the dilll
culty, has romu tho revolution, and
now the pigments that clnr tho
skin liny nlinot constitute tho in
dustrial "rthibboleth;' Skin-deep
reasons for I ho nl-cllon aud rejec
tion of hbor ui.l not actuate all
emph)er. Thero are some whoso
memories of friondly intor-rolatious
with tho native race and bum-fits
received at their hinds will not be
utterly wiped out by the machina
tions of ronotrades.
It behooves the friends of the
Hawaiians to "cloio up" and "lend
a lnud" bached by an abiding faith
Tho foregoing, written before tho
vacation, is boruu out by tho actual
history of the vacation.
The excitement as well as the
"hard times" were sufficient reasons
why tho bojs were uuablo in any
instance to find employment iu
ton u. When it is remembered that
on former vacations there have boon
many hoys employed by various
firms in town, the "shortage iu our
aggregato wages is nadily under
stood. As it was, our bs found work in
cleariug glue from two neighboring
ranches and iu making needed im
provements on our own place. Tho
wages were iu all caso3 moderate
and suited to the times and tho
boys' ability. The following are
Most of tho boys worked, though
not all for wage?. Tho utiuibor of
boys who received auy wages was
wveiily. The amouiit varied from i
0i( to 17.90. Tho tiino was three '
weeks or sixteen working days. Tho j
total amount, earned by all the boys '
was $121 85 or $1.05 for each boy, in
cluding tho twenty fio boys who '
did not earn any wages.
These facts need no comment
though they fairly "itch" to pro
voke comparisons with those iu
other couutries dealing with "more1
Whatever the leadors of tho rebel
lion may have expected it to become,
it was not a race war. That man
Hawaiians might have sympathized
strongly with the rebel cause, and
that thoy might have Hocked to its
support had it givon any promise of
success, is not only probable but
natural. In most instances, how
over, "horse sense" (some pooplo
prefer to cill it cowardice) got tho
better of sentimentality, and tho
mass of tho Hawaiians did not
Again, whatovor diabolical plots
have bet u disc lood, and however
fondly the leaders may have hoped
for co operation iu their dynamite
schemes, tho Hawaiians as a class
wore never constituted nor adapted
for auy such work.
Calmer and niaturor judgmont on
tho part of those who wore boru ami
brought up on these islands will
confirm this statement: it would re
quire a frenzy to lire the rank and
lilo of the Hawaiians to the slaughter
planned for them. The history of
tho pist hundred years furnishes no
precedent with tho possiblo excep
tion of tho short passionate out
breakHawaiian agaiust Hawaiian
ovur tlio election of Kalakaua.
From whence was any such frenzy
expected to arise? Tlio patriotism,
nolf iutereM, seuso of wrong (call it
what you may) has novor been groat
enough among tho Hawaiiaus to
havo kindled it certainly not at tho
Tho support the Republic has re
ceived at tlio hauds of its native offi
cers aud policemeu has beon stilli
eieut refutation of anothor popular
delusion, that the Hawaiians wore
They nood bettor motives, how
over, than wore or could havo been
furnished by tho leaders of tho late
How to Ouro Rhoumatism.
An.vao, Coos Co., Onixiox, Nov. 10,
181)3. 1 wish to inform you of tho
great good Chamberlain's Pain Balm
has dono my wife. She has boon
troubled with rheumatism of tho
arms and hands for six mouths, aud
has tried many remedies prescribed
for that complaint, but found no re
lief until sho used this Fain Balm;
ouebottlurf which has completely
cured her. I take ploasuro in recom
mending it for that trouble. Yours
truly, U. A. Bi'LLoup. 50 cont aud
$1.00 bottles. For sale by all dealers.
IJonson, Smith & Co,, agents for the
1 prop jp
II'. J. Itakcr
North rcmlroko, Man.
After the Grip
Rcllof from Hood's Snrsaporllla
Wonderful and Pormanont.
"0.1. Hoo.1 ft Co., Lowell, M.in.1
"I had kidney troutito mil v.'ere pMni la
my back, which wn brought about by A cold
cuntracted hlte In camp at I.lnnflcM In 1SC2.
I litre been troubled more or los tine that
time and Into been utiiblo to do any heary
work, much leu any lltlliiK. I receded only
temporary rclh-t from mrdiclni'i. Last spring
1 bad an attack o( the crip, which left roonlla
A Cad Cough, Very Weak
physically, In tact my sjstcm was completely
run don n. I tried a bottle ot Hood's Sarsapa
rlllinnd It mule me frcl so much belter that I
rnntimiPd taklnit It. mid hate Liken six bottles.
It bis done wuinIi rn fur me, ns I Imve not been
o Ircu from my old palm and troubles since the
HoOdVp"1 Cures I
war. I consider Hood's Sarsnp.irlU.i a God-senl I
bleiflnKtothosuflcrlni:." William J. IUkeii,
North l'cnibroke, Mass. I
Hood's Pills euro foustlpitlou by reston
leg the peristaltic action ot tho alimentary canal I
Hobron Drug Co., L'd., '
Bole Agents fur tlio lU'inlbllc ot Hawaii, i
C. D. CHASE,
General Business Agent
m:u. kstati:, loans.
E.MPLOYM unt Bukkau,
Notary Public !
e Airont to Take Acknowledgments
to Labor Contracts.
Ofllct: Sdfo Deposit Bnl ding, 4l'6 Fort St.
. TELEPHONE 181 -qd
Tin: 8tandaiu)-hi:ei) stallion
'' 3JT TJ T? Q TL OVB
And tho ThoroiiRli.brcd Stallion
Arc available this fcann for a llm ted
nun.ber of .Mnrej.
Ktf Wo nlno offer Good I'astursKe by
the mon'h or jear. 12tt-lw
The BawaiUu TramyCoM LM
NIGHT TKM-TIO 18 NOW II133UMBD
on Hie old time rchednlu.
Last, car If nvca Pnlaina for Walklkl 0:17
Lnit car leives 1'alaiun for Town and I'll
unlioti via KIhk street, 10:47 i. 111.
Last car leaves Wnlklkt for ralnina, 10:10
Lust car leaves l'ort street for Walkikl,
10:5 p in.
Saturdays, 11:5 p. m.
Last car leaves Tort street for 1'nlama,
a jHsti vai,oy ,or 'row '
Last car leaves I'nnahou for Town and
.N'liunnu Valley, 8:50 p. in.
Last car leaves Unecn street for Xiuinnn
Valley, 10:14 p. 111.
Last car leaves Town for I'nnahou via
Doretanla street, 10:15 p. in. 1277-lw
Put Him to thu Test
By having him do a
Job of Plumbing for You,
1 And see if it is not handled
To voifr entire satisfaction.
You will easily recognize I
1 his sign I
1 At 15 Both 1 Street. !
Tn Blue and White.
Daily llutl'lin 50 crntt per month.
Four givnt requisites of
Men's Wealing Apparel to
be found in all the Suits
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 rort Street
Grocery v Store
322 NUUANU BTItEET,
Between Hotel and Kins Street, next to
otol and KlngStri
Has opened a FirsUclass Grocery Store
as nliove. Ho will keep always on hand
the Dost and Freshest
AmeriCdQ and English Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
Aud do bis best to please all
Purchases delivered to all lmrts
of the City.
lvCta.tia.al I'oloplvon.o 257.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER & CO., L'd.
C. 33. COLaLiliTS,
THE N ELI-KNOWN
Praclical Carriage Trimmer
(Hits no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fendem, Darlius, Storm Aprons, Etc.,
at Lonent l'oaslblu Prices, and
Workmanship ot the Best.
I use First-class Material ot my own Im
porting. Manufacturer ot all kinds ot
Workshop 210 KIiil' Street near Maunakca,
1'. O. Uox 400.
California Fruit Market
Corner King and Alakea Sts.
Uy Every Btmiuor from Bn
Fresh EYuit, Oysters,
Balmon, 1'oiiltry, IHc, Etc,
A. Vtxmily Hotel.
Per Day f 2
rer weeK Jlli
UI'ECIAI, MONTHLY IHTF.fl.
Tho Ilestot Attendance, the Iluet Situation
Hud the l'lnest Meals In the City.
Honolulu, H. I , January 7, 1893.J
Tho riKht of WHIT OF HABEAS
CORPUS is hereby suspondod and !
MARTIAL LAW is instituted nud 1
oitnhlishnd throughout thu Island
of Oftliu. to coutinuo until further
uotice, (luriuir which time, howovor,
tho Courts will coutinuo iu session
aud conduct ordinary business ns 1
usual, except as aforesaid. I
By tlio President:
SAN FORD B. DOLE,
I'rtideut of tho Republic of Hn
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
REPUBLIC OP HAWAII.
Honolulu, H. I., March 1st, 189.").
GENERAL ORDERS No. 20.
That portion of a Notice under
Martial Law prohibiting persons be
ing upon tho streets or iu public
places between thu hours of .):30
f.M. nud G a.m. without passes is here
By order of tho Comtnandur-in-
J NO. H. SOPER.
Adjutaut-Geuoral N. G. H.
Commencing MONDAY, March
ltli, 1895, all liquor saloons will be
allowed to remain open as per the
conditions of their licenses, from
5:30 a. m. to 11:00 r. m.
During such time liquors of all
descriptions will bo allowed to bo
sold, providing same bo drunk on
No liquors shall bo taken away
from such saloons excopt Boor, Alo
Tho presonco of any person tinder
! tho influouco of liquor upon any
saloon promises will 'cause such
saloou to bo immediately closed, as
will also tho violation of tho rule
allowing liquors to bo taken uway.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal, Ropublio of Hawaii.
GKNtiiAL Headquarters, Hefudlio
Adjutant General's Office, i
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, H. I.,
Jauuary 16, 1895,
SrEciAL Order No. 25.
Order for a Militarv Commission.
A Military Conunissiou is horoby
ordered to moot at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, on Thursday, tho 17th day
of January, A. D. 1895, at 10 o'clock
a. in., aud thereafter from day to day
for tho trial of suoh prisoners as
may be brought before it on tho
charges and specifications to bo pre
sented by tho Judgo Advocato.
The Oillcors composing the Com
1. Colouol William Austin "Whit
ing, First Rogimeut, N. G". H.
2. Lieutenant-Colonel J, H. Fisher,
First Regiment, N. G. H.
3. Captain C. W. Zieglor, Compa
ny F, N. G. n.
1. Captain J. M. Camara, Jr., Com
pany C, N. G. H.
5. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
N. G. II.
6. Captnin W. C. Wilder, Jr., Com
pany D, N. G. H.
7. First Lieutenant J. W. Jones,
Cotnpauy D, N. G H.
Captain William A. Kinney, Aid-do-Camp
on General Staff, Judge
By ordor of tho Commaiulor-iu-Chiof.
(Signed) JNO. U. SOPEU,
SPECIAL ORDERS, No. 20.
The Military Commission now iu
session in this city, convened by
Special Orders No. 25, dated January
1G, 1893, from tho&o Headquarters
will hold it mi-moiis without regard
By order of the Cotninandor-iu-Chief.
JNO. U. SOPER,
, Ad julnnt-General.
Adjutant-General's Oillco, Hono
lulu, Jauuary l'J, 1895. 1213-tf
Under Martial Law, tho gathoriug
of crowds is prohibited.
Any ouo disturbing tho peace or
disobeying orders is liable to sum
mary arrest without warrant.
By ordor of tho Commander-in-Chief.
J. II. SOPER,
Adjutant General's Office, Hono
lulu, March 1, 1895. 1279 tf
All peraons who deposited Arms
aud Ammunition at the Police Sta
tion in response to nu order to that
effect, nre requested to call and ro
ceivo tho same between tho hours of
2 and -1 p. m.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, March 5, 1S95.
All persons aro horoby notiflod
that they aro strictly forbidden to
uso firo crackers, Chim-so bombs or
any fireworks whateter within tho
limits of Honolulu.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jau. 22, 1895.
From and afterdate LIwUOUS OK ALL
DESCRIPTIONS will be ullowed to be
sold at the LIcentn.t Saloon", botwon tho
hours of 0 a. m. and 0. r. u , providing tho
same be drank on the premises.
No Liquors shall bo taken away from
Btieu Fnloonu except lleor, Ale auJ Stout.
Any violation of this will cause such Sa
loon to bo immodlatoly closed. Tho pres
ence of any person under thu Inllnenco of
liquor upon any saloon pren Ism will also
be sntllcieut to cause such Ealoou to bo Im
E. O. HI rOHCOCK,
Marshal Kepubllo ot Hawaii.
February 0, 1835. 1250-tf
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea. and OofToo
AT ALL HOCB8
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
H. J. NOLTB3, Frog).
Oystor Cocktails I
Bauor Brunnon 1
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds and Best Quality.
Southwest Garner King & Nuuaun Sti.