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that lasted for weeks ; I was uiiablo
to do any hard work, had no appe
tite, food distressed me, and I suf
fered much from headache. Mv
skin was sallow and sleep did not
refresh mo. I tried several reme
dies nnd consulted a doctor, with
out obtaining any relief; finally,
ono of my customers recommended
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. II helped mo
from tho first, in fact, after taking
six bottles I was completely cured,
nnd could eat anything nnd sleep
like a child."
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Armenian Atrocities I
A RECORD OF BARBARISM
DARKER THAN DARKEST
AFRICA. . . .
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THE UNDERP1GNED DOING Busi
ness as I'lneapplo planters in Manoa, Hono
lulu, Island of Ouliu, under ttie unmc of
Ban Hop Plnu Company have this 18tu day
of June. I8U0, sold their lutercst In tliclr
Pineapple Plantation to Tone Yan, wno
assumes all debts and nubilities; and all
debts owluc to said Sun Hop 8Iii); Co. will
be collected by said Tone Yan.
Honolulu, June 18, 1890. 333-lw
PARTIES REQUIRING: PURE
Italian Bees or Queens
C3w App'y to
E. W. JORDAN,
Iu Best Condition, Inquiroof
31G-tf HOFFSOilLAEQER k CO.'S.
Now Tlioiu tit Ontn.
Residents of Konumoku, Kinau
and Makiki etreots aro doiug a
gooddoal d growlrng about tho
condition of tho etreots in thoir
vicinity. Thoy have recently boon
plowed up, but there is no sign of
anything olso being done to thorn.
John Walker suggosts that tho
proper proceeding -would bo for
tho residents to chip in and havo
thorn harrowed and Bowed to oats.
THIRTY YEARS IN HAWAII
II. 1.VIFH IMTERVIKU i:i
Tlie IntrrTleupr Itcpcnt u Old III In
take Mr. IlnvlcN Roicnrd Almcxn
lliin nn Sfol Seciulnc lllle.
TpTho Montreal 'Witnosa b Juno
2 contains tho followiu&hiterviuw
with Theo. H. Davies. Whilo
that gontlenian probably talked in
tho strain ipported, ho never re
ferred to.PiincpsB Kaiulnni as tho
"daughter" of tho ox-Quoon:
"Tho Hon. Theo. II. Davies,
formerly British Consul to Ha
waii, when tho latter wns a king
dom under tho rule of Queon Li
liuokalani, und at present guar
dian of the rrrincQss, hor daughter,
whoso recent visit to tho United
States and porsoual appeal to
rresiuont uieveiauu win bo ro
raombored, is an interesting per
sonality. "Mr. Davies, accompanied by
his son, and attended by Mb valet,
has just arrived from Honolulu,
nnd is stopping at tho Windsor
"Acquainted with Hawaii and
its affairs for moro than thirty
years", Mr. Davies is an authority
uponltB-political acts which havo
revolutionized tho form of gov
ernment of the islands, and whioh
aro still working out their se
quential rosults in tho production
of conditions which aro a menaco
"In a pleasant chat this morn
ing, Mr. Davios said that all was
quiot at present, and there was
a 'great appearanco of prosperity.
'Owing to tho war in Cuba, our
Bugar, for instance, is bringing
very high prices. This is a fea
ture whioh is being taken advan
tage of. To understand tho situ
ation politically, ono must romom
ber that undortho preeout govern
ment, Hawaii is a disfranchised
nation. Thoro is a constitution,
(ib you know, and this constitution
is being worked by men who aro
apparently good and honorable,
and yet who aro willing to porpo
tuato tho plainest injustice to the
native, population. Thoro is, for
instance, in thia constitution, ono
provision whioh sots forth that it
is tho dosiro of tho government to
cultivato olosor political relations
with tho United Slates. This
means annexation. Unless tho
natjvo Hawaiians pro willing to
tnko tho oath, promising to do all
in their powor to bring about theso
closer relations, they aro not only
doprivedtof tho powor of voting,
but thoy'aro refused employment.
Tho natiyo population lias simply,
to a man, rofijsed to tnko this oath.
Thoy aro acting a passivo part. I
do not think thoy intend to robel.
Thoy aro Biraply out of sympathy
with tho govornmont. Thoy do
no't share in its aspirations. They
do not want annexation with tho
United States. Thoy want to bo
an iudopondont pooplo. Instances
of great horoism havo como o my
knowledge. I havo known nativos
educated, Christian youug men
who havo beon content to bo io
duced to poverty rathor thitn tako
tho oath, whioh thoy regard asun
jiiBt. I havo known young men
earniugthroo thousand dollars per
annum in tho govornmont offices,
accopting dismissal and tho utmost
poverty rather than bo untrue to
thoir principles. Ono such youug
man, well oduoated, who was en
joying a good position in tho
foreign office, came to mo nnd
asked mo for advice 'Sacrifico
ovorything but your honor,' was
my reply. "That is what I mean
to do,' ho bravoly said. Ho gavo
up las position, and ib now in
povorty. Another young man I
know, tho adopted son of tho bis
hop, who similarly gavo up a fine
position rathor than subscribe tho
oath. These instancoa might bo
multiplied. Tho Hawaiians sim
ply rofiiBod to bo a party to tho
constitution which ctdls for an
nexation to tho United States.
Many of them aro willing to bo
loyal, and to rondor honest service
to tho govornmont, if thoy aro not
asked to tako tho oath. Tho gov
ornmont will not employ Buch, or
permit them to vote.'
"And can aunexntion to tho
United States he npcomp1ilP(l?'
'I do not th'iiltHo. Efforts
havo been mado in this direction,
but thoy have failed. Kate Fiold,
whoso tlenth you mny havo noticed,
and who was sent to Honolulu to
investigate tho political situation,
said that that idea might bo aban
doned.' "Tho ex - Queen Ib in good
health. Mr. Davies hnd two long
interviews with her. 'Slio spoke
with Iho utmost dignity of tho
situation. Slin recognizor that
slio ulxliuated tho throne under
stress, no doubt, but that sho
mado a personal abdication. If
sho has nuy hopo atall of a restor
ation, it would bo through her
daughter, tho Princess, of whom I
am tho guardian. Sho Bpoko of
tho present govornmont ond of her
imprisonment, without any bitter
ness; but, ofcoinse, sho folt tho
indignity which hud beon offered
to hor, for thoro was no proof of
hor complicity in tho uprising.'
" 'NokI credonco bo placed in
tho statements mado touching tho
personal charactor of the ox
Quoon ? '
" 'Whon Eato Fiold was in Ho
nolulu sho investigated thoso state
ments, and told me, in an inter
view I had with hor, that sho
placed no rolianco whatever upon
thqm. I sang in tho same choir
with tho Queon thirty years ago;
I know that sho had access to the
best Christian society in Honolu
lu all hor life; that sho was much
rospoctod;and that tho social sta
tus sho onjoyed precluded all idea
of doubtful conduct.'
" 'And tho Princess do you
hopo for a restoration in hor per
son ? '
"'I do not think it possible,'
was tho reply. "The Princpss has
behaved with tho utmost dignity
throughout. Sho declined to lend
hor influenco or sympathies to
any side in tho controversy. Sho
has kept horsoif aloof from all
parties, and is at presant in Eng
laud. I do not seo tnat sho could
vory well como out against hor
nahvo country. Hor presence
and attitudo might bo misunder
stood. The legislature, during
my recent visit, voted hor a sura
of two thousand dollars por an
num. This sum was conceded by
tho committee of tho legislature,
who mot me about tho mattor, to
bo ridiculously small; but at least
it was an acknowledgment that
hor conduct had boon approved
of. "Whon I say that I am guar
dian to tho Princess, I do not
mean logal guardian. Hor father
and tho Queon uBkod mo to boo
after hor education, jind I havo
simply acted as a father would
act towards his own daughtor.'
""How would you designate
tho mon who form tho revolution
ary govornmont? Aro thoy ablo
or honest?' ,
"'That is just it,' said Mr.
Davios, 'Thoy aro regarded as
good men, and yet thoir acts havo
been manifestly unjust to tho na
tive race, who havo boon suddouly
deprived of all interest in or hopo
for their nntivo country through
the conditions which havo been
imposed upon tliom by tho consti
tution. As for President Dolo, it
is certainly a littlo singular to
find a judge of tho Supremo Court
descending into tho political arqna,
and bocoming tho hoad of a gov
ornmont of Buch a thorough-going
revolutionary charactor.' ,
" 'What might tho future bo like
ly to bo "
" 'That it would bo impossiblo
to predict. Annexation to tho
United States does not Beom like
ly or possibly. Tho govornmout
is established; there is material
prosperity, but, by tho fiat of a
handful of mon, a whole pooplo
havo boon disfranchised. Thoy
aro quioscont at prosont; I boo no
indication that thoy intond to
commit ady ovort act; butwhethor
tho prosont situation might bo
said to bo permanent, that would
bo n difficult question to auBwor.' "
A.' J. Doiby, D.D.S., Douiol
ofiioo Cottago No. 100, Ahticou
stroot, telephone Fo. 015. Office
hours 9 a.m. to 4 r.Ji.
LABOR RIOT AT OLOWALU
Ilnllxtnrm of SIoiioh AimMPrciI ltltli
I'lilol Snit Iiri-Oiic Jnnnt-n
In Jul! nt IiiOinlmi.
Thoro wnB a rumor about town
thisforonoon about serious troublo
with Japanese laborors on Olowo
lu plantation on tho island of
Maui. A Bulletin roportor hear
ing that August Hauoborg, man
ager of that plantation, was in
town, soon found that gentleman.
Mr. Hauoborg when questioned
confirmed tho report and gave full
particulars of tho trouble.
""Wo havo a rulo on tho planta
tion," said he, "that all lights must
bo out at 9 o'clock. This is not
only for protection against fire,
but so that tho laborors will not
dissipate thoir strength and bo
unfit for duty in tho morning.
"Yes, other plantations havo
tho sarno rulo, although thoro iB
really no public law for it. I bo
lievo thoro iB such a rule on plan
tations in Hamakua.
"Last Saturday night after nine
o'clock two lunas sleeping in tho
samo house heard a great rnckot
going on in tho Japanoso
quarters noar thoir house. Ono
of thorn named Theilen suggest
ed to his mato that thoy should go
out to investigate tho canso of tho
disturbance, and enforce tho rulo
as to putting out lights if tho
noi80 was not immediately stopped.
Tho othor luna was Ble'opy and
did not think thoio ua-i any occa
sion for them to bother thom
boIvob, iiB it was Saturday night
and tho mon not ongagod in irri
gation would not be working noxt
"Theilen,howovor, decided to go
out by hira8olf. Ho wont to tho
houso whoro tho noiso was, and
found tho plantation watchman
and his brother who is called a
policeman although ho has no
commission in front of the
houso. A fow Japanoso were on
"Ho aBked tho watchman why
he allowed Buoh a disturbance to
proceed. Tho answor was that
tho Japanese had boon asked re
peatedly to keep quiet and to put
out thoir lights and go home, but
thoy had paid no heed' to tho
"Theilen then ordered tho Jap
anoso to go homo and put tho lights
out. Tho Japs did not pay tho
slichtost heed to tho ordor.
"Thon Thoilon took action. He
walked right into tho houso and
began pulling tho Japs out.
"Before ho had dragged many
of them into tho opon air ho wus
attacked with a shower of atonos.
They foil about him liko hail.
Thoro aro plenty of Btonos at that
placo, whoro tho Japanoso housss
"Ono of tho stouos hit Thoilon
hard on the shoulder, aud ho was
still sorb from tho blow -whon I
"Theilen called on tho Japs to
stop,but tho only response -was
moro" stones. Ho got another
hard hit on tho hip.
"Ho thon drew hiB rovolvor aud
fired over llio hoads of tho riotors.
Probably ho fired several Bhots,
when tho Japs all scampered
"Thuilon thon Btartod for homo,
thinking tho whole troublo waB
ovor. llo had not gono far, how
ovor, when ho heard tho Japs
aftor him in full cry. Another
showor of stouos pattered about
him. Ho got bohiud a treo and
got his rovolvor roady. As tho
Japs approncheu nim no nreu
ovor thoir heads again. Aftor
aovoral cracks of tho pistol tho
Japs again took to their heels.
Tho luna camo to my houso and
told mo about tho troublo.
"BeforoThoileu camo tho polico
man had ai rived in groat oxcito
mont, saying: 'Big pilikia mau
ku; luna killed ouo Japanese,' I
said, ' That's too bad;' but then tho
watchman camo and, whon I Asked
him about it ho laughed and Baid,
' No; nobody killed at all.' ,Tho
policeman insisted that someone
must have been killed, because
Thoilon firod 'too many shots nnd
thoro was plenty men.'
"Theilen assured me that nobody
was hurt, Aud soon after two Japa
noso camo to seo me. They Baid
that nono of tho Japs wa? hurt.
A roport has been started by tho
Japs that ono of thorn was iu tho
hands of tho doctor, .but Dr.
Davison 1ms told mo nothing of
tho kind. I am suro he would
havo told mo if there was any
thing of tho kind.
"Tho to Jap asked leave for
aU of them to go to Lahnina that
night. Lahaina is fivo or six
miles away. I told thorn that to
morrow was Suuday, and thoy
could go to Lalmiua that day, but
it would bo foolish to wako up tho
doputy shoriff at that tinlo of
"However, thoy did go to Laha
ina tho vory samo night. Thoy
went around rousing up men fnr
and near to go. Some werp turn
ed out of bod who lived two miles
from tho cump uhere tho disturb
"They went out on a strike, on
tho Monday morning, .and h'fty
ono of thenl wero arrestecf for re
fusing contract service ' No; they
wero not arrested for tho riot.
"I don't boo that th6 luna did
wrong in firing tho pistol. Tako a
nibb of any similar class of ignor
ant mon, no mattor what nation
ality, who have, thoir ongry pas
sions aroused liko thoso Japanese,
and thoro iB no Baying -whoro thoy
might stop. Suppose.- stono had
struok Tyler iu tho hoad and
stunned him, it is hard to Bay
what next might havo happoned.
"Wo had no troublo with the
Japanoso bof&ro for fivo or six
years. Tho present trouble I 'ay
to tho influence of ono named
Marouka, who is known ns tho
'Japaneso lawyer.' Ho writes all
thoir petitions, ho told mo so
''All tho contraot mon aro on
Btrike; excepting two mon who
havo.juBt ronowed their contracts.
Wo aro through with tho grinding
season, and havo thirty-two more
men on the plantation to do irri
gating and plowing.
"Tho fifty-two mon aro still in
jail. Thoy will return to work i
tho Consul orders thorn. A dele
gation will likely como to Hono
lulu in thoir bohalf on Tuesday."
Superintendent A- T Atkinson
will take tho census as of tho last
Sunday in September. Intelligent
hoads of households ablo to road
and writo will fill out schedules
for thomsolvoB, but in othor cases
heads will havo to bo counted by
official enumerators. For tho
former class ono day will suffice
to do tho business, but for tho
latter moro time will bo required.
Charles J. McCarthy was unan
imously oloctcd captain of Com
pany D last night in placo of
Captain Wilder, resigned. Captain
McCarthy has had provious mil
itary experience, having been first
lioutenant of Company D of the
old Honolulu lliucs. Ho is de
sorvodly popular with tho com
pany of which ho is now tho cap
tain. Nt. I.iiiiU C'ollci;.'.
Examination of olassos at St-.
Louis Collego will bogin at 9:00
a, in., Wednesday, J.tino 21. Tho
Collego baud will givo a public
concert on tho proimsts, Thursday
evouing at 7:30, Juno 23. Tho
bo hold in, tho
Friday 9:30 a.m.
Tho MIorlotM Fourth.
It is understood tho Executivo
wishes to make tho Fourth 'of
July more of an Hawaiian cele
bration than horotoforo. Tho ma't
tor has beon considered and will
probably como hoforoMho meeting
tonight in defi'njto shajvo,