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IfiVUHItiO BULLETIN, NOVEMDEU 11 18U0.
MrtftrJIftLMMVt,Tt V rti9tMa
woe sj.asH ffmwvw wnu u iu.r
l''or printing and binding n
pamphlet, consisting oC an cdillou
of 5,000 copios of 110 pngca, tnoro
or lo'.s, nnd lllnBtratcd with 21
half tone pictures, more or leas.
Bpi'i'ifii-atiinis of tho nbovoein
bo seon at tlm i... f llin Com
inissiouur of Agriculturo in tho
'Ponders will be rocoived up to
12 o'clouk noon on Thur3dny, the
lDtli of November, at the ollico of
tho Commissioner of Agriculture.
The Minialor of Foroign Affairs
doea not bind himself to accept
tho lowest or any bid.
WJ1. O. SMrL'H,
Minister of Foreign Affuns Ad Jut.
Foroign Ollice, November 13, lb'.Ki.
17 Everir$ Buiistii),
OA.MIFL LOGAN. Editor
SATURDAY, NOV. 11, 18.
There is likely to bo a doliver
fince of opinion from tho migar
planters' point of iev, in which
Bciitiment and faddism will have
no consideration, upon tho pres
ent labor situation at tho annual
mooting of tho Hawaiian Planters'
Association to oonvono on Mon-
day. Although tho reht of tho
people do not always take kindly
to the labor propositions of tho
planters, yet tho repot I of (ho com
mittee on that subject i8 usually
valuable in being an exhaustive
etatomont of tho requirements of
tho industry for tho ensuing year.
So fat as tho Chinese ato concern
ed, tho objections to their intro
duction as field labor have been,
iu Uu-ory as it is hoped to prove
in practice, removed by the con
stitutional and statutory safe
guards that have boon adopted of
late years. That nationality can
only be brought hero now on con
dition of being contract laborers
bo long as thoy rotnnin in tho
country. Doubtless thoro will
be some evasions of this condition,
de.SMtterd who may not bo traco
able after thoir oscape, yot tho new
policy with regard to the Chinese
is the most satisfactory concosbiou
to the citizen mechanic and laborer
which lias over boon made. With
regard to the Japaueso it is differ
ent, as, owing to treaty relatione,
members of that rneo once releas
ed from labor contracts aro asfieo
as the air, to go and come and do
as thoy please, within thoso isl
ands, subject only to tho duty of
obeying the laws of the laud like
all other inhabitants. Only the
negative check of limiting thoir
introduction, under govorumout
auspices, and the positive check
of the $50 in porsounl possession,
exacted of immigrants of European
race as well, exist as a barricado
ngHinst their too groat preponder
ance in the population. Japanese
immigration is therefore one of
the in 0.1 1 serious questions in tho
labor situation. As to bringing
in other than Oriontal racos, with
n viow to increasing a desirnblo
class of permanent settlors, it
it to lu'hopodthat tho Association
will have definite information be
fore it, such as will onablo that lino
of policy to bo pursued forthwith.
All deals and combinations that
give color of boing schemes for
securing private emolument at tho ;
expense of the nation should bo
BOHuued with jealous strictness.
Oolfeo as well as sugar is bound 1
honcoforth, in an increasing de
gree, to bo making huge demands
for cheap labor. It must bo cheap
beoaitrie tho couutries competing !
with u iu thin product have labor
cheaper than wo can gtt. Tho
v JIuTjLETIN does not believe that
tho plunteiB desito to t.00 the
country retarded in the pi ogress
of oiwlization, but in times past
thoir imperative demands for '
cheap labor, at any national cost, '
! has tended to that result. Lot
thoin niinglo patriotism with thoir
, onterpriso at this juncture, and
. eomo into harmony with tho gen
! oral sentiment of tho country.
This they will do by sparing no
effort toward making their re
quirements contributary to the
i building up of nn intelligent ami
prospoums body politic.
THE BAIT DECLINED.
There must bo a gonoral feeling
of relief over tho positiou takott
by a largo number of lepresontn
tivo citizens with regard to Mr.
Spalding's request for an oxtou
Bion of his exclusive cable fran
chise. Ilawaii would indeed inuko
herself liable to humiliation by
fixing conditions of lauding n
cable hero in such u way as to ob
struct any bona fide euterprisos in
that regard originating olso
where. With our geographical
advantages in tho mattor, nlso, it
would be simply suicidal to ostnb
lish omnibus exclusion against
cables from three or four differont
quarters, shutting ourselves out
for tho long period of twenty
years from tho benefits of compo
tition which aro alniof-t certain to
be ours in ocean telegraphy as
thoy are now in the carrying traf
fie. It may bo taken for granted
now, in. viow of tho emphatic ex
pressions 01 so many ot tno coni
mircial and financial leaders
of Honolulu, that wo aro
dono with Mr. Spalding's
extension scheme. If, however,
that gentlomau can effect anything
before tho termination of his
present franchise, good and well.
That does not exclude anticipa
tiou or competition from South or
Uentral America, Australia or
Japan, and may bo cheap onough
for tho boon of cable communion
tion with North America, und
thence the world, nnd an inter
island tolegraphic system. The
Bulletin has a good deal more to
say on tho question in general.
A number of representative nion,
who aro as well posted as anybody
both on tho historical rolations
between this couutry and tho
United States and on cable mat
tors wore not included iu tho in
vitations to tho couforonce.
After the event, the exclusion
of tho press fiom tho cablo cou
foronce does not Beera to havo
beou particularly woll advised.
Mr. Damon, whore art thou with
thy much admired favor for open
discussion of public matters?
Well, now, it would appear vs
if a cortaiu paper's contempor
aries havo been talking through a
good many people's hats ou tho
It was not Mr. Spalding's
scheme at all, Sir Knowitall ?
Developments aro rather against
Thoro wore no less than two
baseball mutches iu full blast on
Emma street this forenoon.
Stone bases woro laid down to tho
peril of vehicles of all kinds. A
gontloman riding down the grado
ou his bicycle collided with a boy
running to cntch a ball. Tho boy
was thrown fif toon foot by tho con
cussion. Tho rider was thrown
off, had his trousers nnd drawors
rent at tho knee, his skin
sovoroly abrnded and one of tho
pedals of his wheel broken ofT.
Ou tho sidewalks of tho samo nnd
other stieots. boys playing mar
b'es cause much inconvenience.
dm. Hammer' Puuei-nl.
Tho funeral sorvices over the
remains of tho late Ohas. Ilammor
took placo yesterday after
noon at Masouic Tom pin
in tho preseuco of a largo
number of frionds and relatives.
Tho cot emouies woro hold under
tho auflpicos of Hawaiian Lodge
No. 21. Tho remains were in
terred in tho Masonic plot at tho
Nuuanu comotary. Tho iloral
offerings woro numorous and
Timely 1 opi5
A GOOD THING.
know a good thing
see it? Some peo-
pic do and some don't, but
those who tumble to it are
bound to get ahead in the race
for wealth. We can put you
on to a thing or two. Just
now we want you to
GIVE YOUR HORSE
Remember he is your best
friend and if you treat him
well and feed him well, he will
do more work and better work,
besides looking as
equine ought to look.
"THE NATIONAL FEED
will work a complete metamor
phosis in the condition and
the appearance of your horse.
'pit is a circular shaped vessel.
made of cold rolled steel, fine
ly galvanized, with a Aalleable
Iron Side Rod, each box fur
nished complete with a Japan
ned Wrought Iron Holder,
Plate and Screws. This feed
box has the advantage that
you can put it up anywhere in
the stall or box, does not waste
a particle of the feed, will
always be sweet and clean,
and is especially desirable
where a horse is inclined to
It saves feed bills at a rate
of from 2$ to 50 per cent.
Saves Doctor's bills by pre
venting indigestion, colic and
stomach troubles. Saves host
ler's time, trouble and vexation.
It pays for itself in a few weeks,
and no Stable is complete
without it. They come in
sizes, capacity 68 and 10
quarts, and the price is within
the reach of everybody own
ing a horse. We would es
pecially call the attention of
managers of Livery Stables to
this new device. It will pay
you the trouble to come and
FOR SALE BY
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
1 Yoic Are hz
I Ne&d of a
I Time Piaca .
You cnuiiot mako up your
mind what kind to got; it both
ers you, because overy one has
an opinion of his own as to tho
best make. Lot us suggest
something to you.
When a watch is backed by a
roBponsiblo house, money back
ed, so guaranteed that if tho
slightest defect is found, your
monoy is returned, or another
watch is given in place, should
jou worry as to the kiud to get?
A watch is made to keep
time, tho one coming tho near
est to being correct ib tho ono
of most worth. It matteis not
if it cost Ton Dollars or a
Tho matter of exponsivo
cases is left entirely to your
tasto and tho length of your
As Agonts for tho high
gtade "Elgin" and tho medium
priced " Wntorbury" both makes
of which there is nu endless
variety, we are enabled to offer
nu unusually largo assortment
of complete watches, and nt
prices far below former rates.
1 Prom $3.00 Up.
H S3T All made to run, and
g run well.
I, I. WATERHQUSE
Tho demand for gardon and
plantation tools is largo and our
orders to England to supply tho
domnnd nro in proportion. AVo
are enjoying n reputation for sell
ing good goods at low prices, con
sequently wo are doing a larger
share of business than most houses
in the same linos.
JJy the Edward May wo receiv
ed a large invoice of goods for
gardou and plantation uso. The
quality is unquestionably the best
and tho prices tho lowest. Tho
Carpenters . . .
. . . Tools !
An order for any of theso will
have prompt attention. Goods de
livered at nny time and any placo
in tho city.
J. T. WATERHQUSE
The livening Ihtllctin, 75 cents
That's all wo have to talk about. Wo lmvo Sporting
Shoos imulo by specialists; Dross Shnci, Slippers and
Boots for Laoies and Gentlemen designed by artists.
Simps that fit make pretty feet, all we need care for
is to keep at tho h-rul of
are doing most magnificently by soiling as good "w
shoes as any body clbe, and
part at lower prices than
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go,,
5 Exclusive Shoe Dealers, 's
l? fo? S a S" Pi fa
Rp HJ ifi 9f.r & fiaftnU
kS 'ill H$h hn V r?fl J
fiua bD SW t a? vjj? t
If you aro thinking of gotting n
Bicycle, now is tho time to get
ono whilo they last. This offer of
Ramijleus nt S76.00 is not n cut in
price, so don't wnit oxpocting to
soo tho price como any lower. Wo
aro offering 181)5 wheels nt this
prico nnd thoro nro but n few left,
'litis wheel is fitted with tho
Great C. & .T. Tii-e
which has proven so satisfactory
in this land of tho
"Wo also have a stock of tho 180G
wheels both ladies and gents which
wo are olforiug at a low figure nud
on easy terms. Come in nud hnvo
n look at our wheels and satisfy
yoursolf that we nro in tho Bicycle
A n Investment
Stop nnd think how many Nick
les 'and Dimes you might save
had you n wheel. A rido to Wni
kiki is not only n pleasure but n
sure saving of health nnd strength.
You will find now vigor by tho uso
of muscles never before brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hal! & Son
Take an Outing
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. is,
nnd 1:45 P. M., arriving in JJonr
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Class sa Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewu Plantation... 1 00 76
Waiunao 1 50 1 26
the procession and this w
selling them for the most v
tho other fellows.
A wrinkle, new to Hono
lulu, is old blue china. It has
been tho rago in tho United
States for six months past,
and in Europo for as many
months before. It's the sort
your great grandmothers and
their children used; except
that modern methods of manu
facture and decorating enable
the potters to mako tho pieces
thinner and the decorations
Thoso people who want
something fitter than may bo .
I had in Delft, can be accom
modated with " Belleek. "
This is a much better quality
and is decorated in a more
For plain every day use,
tho Delft is tho best, because
it is mado to wear and to use.
Wo havo full sets and sinjilo
pieces of it, which will soon
find their way into the homes
of Honolulu. Delft is not a
fad; it was used many years
ago and was fashionable for
a full century before wo came
on this mundane sphere. Its
j placo was taken by other and
,Frenchior patterns; now we
t aro back to the old German
windmill pictures. Come and
S30 them. "-
Von Holt Building.
l)y virtue of a Writ of Execution issued
out of the District Court, on tho 21st day
of October, A. D. 1808, nfttinst Uiown i
hubey, dofendnut, in fnvor of 8. Ut.irnuni;
Ac Company, plaintiff, for the sum of
S104.C0. I hnvo levied upon nud shall ci?
pose for Bale ut the Police Station, in the
District of Honolulu, I-land of Oahu, at 12
o'clook of Saturday, the 2Int day of Novera-
Her ,D .8.?U' to ,nie h,Ghe3t bi,1(K "
the light, title and interest of the said
Brown & Knboy, defoudint, iu and to the
following pioporty unlaw said judgment
iutoreut, coats and my expenses be previous.
I.iht ol proporty for salo:
C-M Clocks Mantel, Offie.', Ahum &
Irfiver Clocks), 0 pieces Ciook Ornaments!
Silvor Wnros Crockeries; CutleriesjStution.
oryj Eyo Glassos; ltubimr Stamps, Store
Fntmes, eta., eta,, etc.
Tor further puiticalmsapply at tho Olllco
of the Deputy Marshal,
Deputy Jlmuhal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Onhu, Octolni '2,1, A. I), 18U0.
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