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K a EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 10,
I (Decorative By AUTHORITY.
Tho exhibition by thoMom-
bors of the Kilohnna Art
League 1ms given decora tivo
-art un impetus such as has not
becn felt for years. Tho China
:paiiitmg fad hns reached us
.--and some handsome specimens
'were shown in tho art rooms.
Tho material for doing tho
vwork came from us and we
v. now linvo in stock an elegant
assortment of Lacroix lube
Colors and Brushes, Burnishers
Stipplcrs used in this class of
"worK. Our ctock is complete
"-with tho finest assortment of
colors, brushes, canvas and
frames for art work.
Elegant show rooms and
i goods new. Prices about as
"uoheap as you ever heard of.
I I CO M
AN ACT RELATING TO A LABOR COMMISSION, AND
REPEALING ACTS 4 AND 11 OF THE EXECUTIVE
AND ADVISORY COUNCILS OF THE REPUBLIC
OF HAWAII RELATING TO A LABOR COMMISSION.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the Republic of Hawaii:
Section 1. Tho' President of tho RopubHo is horoby au
thorized and dirootcd to appoint n Commission of thrco poreons,
who shall bo known ns tho "Labor Commission," and nil of
whom shall sorvo without pay. Ono of tho Commissioners
shall bo designated by the Presidont to bo Chairman of tho
Commission, and shall have powor to ndministor oaths. Mem
bers of tho Commission may bo removed at any timo by tho
Section 2. Vaoanoies caused by doath, resignation, re
fusal to sorvo, or otbor cause, shall bo filled by appointmont of
Section 3. It shall bo tho duty of tho said Commission to
mako a full and careful inquiry and investigation into tho fol
lowing mattors, so far ns tho Bamo shall not have boon doue by
the Labor Commission provided for in Act IV of tho Executive
and Advisory Councils of tho Hopublio, and to report from
timo to time to tho Legislature, if the same shall be in session,
or to the Exooutivo Council if tho Legislature shall have ad
journed. 1. Tho number and nationality and reBidonco of all agri
cultural laborers now employed in tho Ropublio, showing tho
number ongngod in each particular branch of agriculture
2. Tho rato of wagos paid to tho different nationalities of
such laborers in tho different portions of tho Republic
3. Tho number, nationality and residence of all mechanics
now omployod in tho Ropublio.
4. The rato of wages paid to tho difforont nationalities of
suoh mechanics in the different portions of tho Republic.
5. Tho prico rcceivod by Hawaiian sugar plan tors for raw
G. Tho cost of producing sugar, showing, so far as prac
ticable, the cost of each stago and procost, and showing more
particularly tho proportionate cost of unskilled labor.
7. "Whother or not an incroasod number of agricultural
and other uuskillod laborers will bo necdod in tho near futuro,
and if bo, in connection with what industries and how many
laborors will probably be required.
8. Tho trials which have been given to co-oporativo pro
duction, or profit-sharing, in tho production of sugar, rico or
othor agricultural products in this country, giving, so far as
practicable, the details of tho several agreements and methods
adopted, and tho results thereof.
9. "Whother or not a system of co-oporativo production or
profit-sharing is feasible in connection with the main agricul
tural industries of tho country; and, if so, upon what lines.
10. Whother or not such a system of produotion has ever
been adoptod in any other country situated similarly to Hawaii,
and tho produotion of similar products to those produced hero;
and if so, what the rosults wero.
11. Whether or not thero is rnything in tho olimatio or
othor conditions in this country which render it physioally im
possible for Europeans and Amorioans to successfully ongago
in field labor in this oountry.
12. If Europeans and Americans are found canablo of per
sonal Cold labor, whether or not it is feasible to seouro tho im
migration of a 8uffioiont number of Europoans or Americans to
supply tho present and probablo requirements for unskilled
labor. If so, upon what terms and by what moans, and from
13. What the effect of Chineso immigration has boon in
14. What tho effect of restriction of such immigration has
15. Whether or not it is neoossary or advisable to allow
tho furthor immigration of Chineso. If bo, upon what condi
tions. 10. What the effect of Japanese immigration has boon in
17. Whether or not it is noccs3ary or advisablo to allow
tho furthor immigration of Japanese. If so, upon what condi
tions. 18. What the condition of field labor and of meohanics is
and during tho last few years has been in this oountry, as com
pared with other countries.
19. What rate of wages is paid in other eountrios to skill
od and raeohunical labor in tho produotion of products similar
to thoso raised hero.
20. In what manner and to whut oxtent men introduced
as oontraot laborers havo oompotod with tho mechanical or busi
ness interests of tho country.
21. Any othor matters of a kiudrod character which will
throw light upon tho subjoct and tend to solvo tho problems
incidental to tho labor quostion iu this oountry.
H. HACKELD & CO.
Havo just rocoivod a now Supply of tho
Celebrated "Danish Beer"
Of tho following Brands :
Also, Just to hand a largo consignment of
Genuine Bavarian Hops!
tUJUHOMI M V Q WXm
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO.i
IXrOBTIM AXD DIAUM Df
Groceries, Provisions - and - Feed.
Htw Soefa BoMlrad bjTryPolr8tfrom the Kaattrn BtaUa and Jiuopa.
FRESH - OALIFOBNIA PBODUCB - BY - EVERY - STEAMHfc-
All OrAm fclUrallr attended to and Ooorii DeUrand to a
Part ol the City TVXS. UT"a
bum OmM Souootd. 8athtiotio Qvimixnm, I
Ab- OOBHU TOXX AMD KIKQ BTBMTfc
J. S. WALKER,
EOYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, L1VKRPOOL,
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON,
ALLANOEMARINE & GEN. ASSURANCE CO. OF LONDON
SUN INSURANCE COMPANY, SAN FRANCISCO.
WILHELMA OF MAGDEBURG GENERAL INSURANCE CO
NORTJlWJfiSTJfiUN M. L1FJ IJN8. CO., MILWAUKEE,
SUN LIFE INS. CO. OF CANADA,
TAKEN AT REASONABLE RATES. 1
Rooms 12 SPREOKELS BLOOK Honolulu, H. I.
P. O. Box 480.
Telkphone 245 f J
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New & Second-Hand
.IS AT THE.
King & Nuuanu Sts.
Ribbons and Laces,
Ladies Corsets and Hosiery,
Childrens Lace and
TU eso Goods aro newly imported and tho Prico is reasonable.
M. S. LEVY,
To Whom it May Concern.
C. E. Williams and son, 611 King St. near Fort, havo
no branch houso and no connection whatever with any
othor undertaking establishment or Furniture Store in
the City. Embalming under tho personal supervision
of Mr. Ed. A. Williams, a Graduate from tho Clark
School of Embalming of 1894.
Mr. Williams omploys tho latest and best method
known to science, no mutilation of tho body and no par
tial Embalming, and remember that wo havo but ono
store and that is Located at GU Kinr St., tho members
of tho firm aro C. E. Williams, who established tho
business in 1859, and his oldost son Ed. A. Williams.
O. E. WILLIAMS & SON.
Tel. 170. :::;:::- Oil K, ST,
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