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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 9, 1895.
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THE KANAKA. LABOR TRAFFIC.
Lecturo by tho Rev. W. Gray at
Sydney, New South Wales.
Tho Hev. W. Gray, for 12 years a
missionary on tho islaud of Tauna,
and uioro recently of Queotisland,
leeturod in tho upper hall of tho Y.
M. G. A. last niht on tho Kanaka
v labor traflic. Tho attendance was
not a largo ono. Tho Hev. J. E.
Moulton, of Nowington College,
Mr. Gray said that for tho first 10
years of his residence in tho Now
Hebrides ho was a silent observer of
all forms of tho Kanaka labor traffic,
and probably his voico would novor
havo boon heard had Queensland
not renewed that traffic in 1892.
Having suffered in the past, having
seen tho evils of tho traffic in tho
past, ho felt constrained to spoak
when tho traffic was ronowod after a
cessation of six months during tho
latter half of 1891. Charges of
ignorance had boon freely made by
both sides, and tho explanation of
that lay mainly in tho fact that tho
traffic had two onds tho islaud end
and tho colonial oud. Tho. good
now claimed at tho Queensland ond
could never compensate for tho evils
inseparable from tho traflio at tho
Islaud oud. Mr. Gray then referred
to Sir Honry Norman's dispatch of
May, 1892, on tho traffic, and also
to tho mauKosto issued by Sir Sam
uol Griffith In February of that year
ou tho sarao subject. Tho first, ho
said, coutoiued facts as soon through
tho spoctaclos of his Ministers; tho
second laid it down that Quoouslaud
was to bo tho home of any man who
would benefit tho country; and tho
sugar industry must bo tuo premior
industry of Queensland. Tho land (
must l)u hold by small men farmers
who would work their owu farms
with white labor, mainly, of course,
their own families. Sir Samuel
Griffith's change of policy Mr. Gray
attributed to tho fact that ho had
only 12 opponents in 1891, wheu in
opposition to tho traffic, aud ho had
only 17 opponents in 1892 whon ho
was in favor of it. Dealing with the ,
question whether tho Kanaka could ,
bear more labor in a tropical climate
than tho white man, Mr. Gray gave
it as Iits oxporionco that ho could '
not. lu his owu oxporienco as a mis-1
sionary ho fouiid that ho had to
take off his coat nnd work like a
uigger. Tho Kauaka had no powor
of continuous hard work; but it was '
not colored labor that was wautod
iu Queeuslaud, but cheap labor, that
was uot aware that it had any rights.
Colored labor could bo procured
from India, but tho Coolie or tho
Chinaman knew that ho had rights,
and ho also know how to nsert
thorn. If tho Kanaka got any good
iu Queensland it was by accident;
tho plauter and recruiter had uo
such benevolent intentions toward
him. Laying down as a broad prin
ciple that when a traffic required to I
bo fouced round with minute regula-1
lions in order to protect it, thou tho
traffic was in itself inherently bad.
Mr. Gray referred to tho various I
evils connected with it at length,
speaking for nearly two hours iu ,
condemnation. Tho Islander, ho
said, lost his citizen rights at homo
after ho wout to Queensland, lost
his property, aud oven his wife, aud
received low wages in return. Tho
heavy mortality among the Kanakas
iu Queensland was also referred to.
Trial of a Now Churn.
A trial of a new cliuru styled Har
vey's Patent Digestive Churn was
made at Messrs. Dunham Ilrothors'
Creamery, Sussex street, yesterday
morning, under tho supervision of
Mr. Thomas Gibson, and iu tho pres
ence of a number of goutlemon in
terested in tho butter trade. Tho
patentee aud iuvoutor is Mr. E. Har
vey, of Crookwoll. Tho churn is
made on tho box principlo, aud is a
great improvement on tho old stylo.
Instead of tho spindles boing fixed
to tho centrosof tho ends; thov work
from two of tho corners. This gives
tho cream two motions revolution
with tho churn, aud a constant rush
ing from corner to corner. No dash
ers aro iutroducod.but iu their placo
small ribs aro affixed to tho sides,
Mr. Harvoy concoivod tho idoa of his
churn from tho motion of milk iu a
calf's stomach during digestion, and
also tho ribs on tho lining of tho
stomach. Tho rosult of tho trial
was very successful, a butter of tho
primost in texture aud grain boing
turned out iu 15 minutes, which,
howover, was hardly a fair tost, as
two stoppages woro made. Tho but
to was also free from buttormilk af
ter ono washiug. It is claimed for
this churn that it takos absolutely
all tho butter fat from tho croam,
and a further trial will bo made this
morning iu order that tho buttor
milk may bo tosted with a Babcock
tester. Sydney Telegraph.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Tonus: 25 and 50
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Wholesale Dealers In
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Nnt Oils, Klce, Matting,
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Honolulu, H. I., January 7, 1895.
Tho right of WRIT OP HABEAS
CORPUS is hereby Buspondod and
MARTIAL LAW is instituted and
established throughout the Island
of Oahu, to continuo until further
uotico, during which time, howover,
tlio Courto will continuo in session
aud conduct ordinary business as
usual, wept as aforesaid.
By tho Presidont:
SANFORD B. DOLE.
President of tho Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Commencing MONDAY, March
lth, 1895, all liquor saloons will bo
allowed to remain open as per tho
conditions ot their liconsos, from
5:80 a. m. to 11:80 p. m.
During such timo liquors of all
descriptions will bo" allowed to bo
sold, providing samo bo drunk on
No liquors shall bo taken away
from such saloons except Boor, Alo
Tho presonco of any person undor
tho iufluonco of liquor upon any
saloon premises will cause such
saloon to bo immediately' closod, as
will also tho violation of the rulo
allowing liquors to bo taken away.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal, Republic of Hawaii.
All persons who deposited Arms
and Ammunition at tho Police Sta
tion iu response to an ordor to that
effect, aro requested to call and re
ceive the samo between tho hours of
2 and -1 r. m.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, March C, 1895.
All persons aro hereby notified
hat they aro strictly forbiddon to
uso firo crackers, Chinese bombs or
any firoworks whatevor within the
limits of Honolulu.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
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