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KVEN1NG BULLETIN, JUNE 5, 1B97.
SI?? Euerjir Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1897.
Labor Commissioner Fitzgerald
shows ho was a "dandy" to nego
tiate for the introduction of Am
erican labor here, when ho cannot
answer the simplest question about
Hawaii's labor laws after his "thor
ough" investigation outhoground.
Ho does not sceiu to know that
there are thousands of laborers on
tho Hawaiian plantations who aro
not under contract, and cannot say
whether the American laborers ho
is going to send to Hawaii are
to be "free" or "contract" laborers.
Senator Perkins forgot to toll
tho people of California, when ho
wanted to be elected their Sena
tor, that ho would' bo unable to
decido public quostions by his
own knowledge and reasoning
powers. If tho plebiscite or re
ferendum was in general vogue,
tho Senator would bo happy.
Then he would not need to do
thinking or determining for him
self. He's Irish, is tho Duke of To
tuan, who clouted the fire-eater,
Senator Comas, in tho Spanish
Senate tho othor day. His name
is Charles O'Donnell and ho has
a right to tho titles of Lord of
Donegal and Prince of Tyrconnel.
Tho Duke is a man of splendid
presence and great mental ability.
Germany will supplant Great
Rritaiu in "splendid isolation,"
next thing she knows. Russia is
disgruntled at Germany's course
now, and the French will be again
Tin: I. Aft OK COUNCIL.
Kmphaflrally Wurna American Lab
orer from Co in I ii k 1 Hi" Inland,
At a meeting of the California
Labor Council, reported in The
Call of May 29, tho following
proceedings in rolatiou to Labor
Commissioner Fitzgerald's scheme
to send whito labor here were bad:
"Tho report of tho executive
committee on Hawaiian emigra
tion submitted last night to the
council was an ablo review of the
situation. It quoted the severe
penal labor laws in force in the
lslauds, as well as tho Btringent
debt laws obtaining thero.
"Tho committee found that und
er theso laws the American who
went to labor thore would bo lia
bio to como iuto practical slavery,
not being free to leave tho islands
at any tiino lit desired. This
"wonld bo moro likely, seeing that
the proposed co-operative system
would necessarily place the Amer
ican in debt for many months,
thereby, under the island laws,
prohibiting his departure.
"Commissioner Fitzgerald bad
explained to the committee that he
I believed tho Provisional Govern
ment would suspend its penal
labor laws in favor of tho Ameri
can laborers; otherwise he would
not recommend any immigration.
Ho said he would learn definitely
regarding tho matter from the Ha
waiian Government. In the ab
sence of any definite information,
however, tho cornmitteo from tho
labor council emphatically warned
all workmen against emigrating
' to the Hawaiian Islands."
CALIPOKNIA FOK TKKATY.
Continued from 1st Page.
which reciprocity has been mu
With theso ideas in his head
nnd tho advantages of the treaty
,to tho Stato known to him, we can
doubtless look to Senator Perkins
to resist tho, effort of the Sugar
Trust to kill the treaty.
Madam Yulo, who lately ar
rived from tho Coast, is locatod at
tho Eagle Houso, Nuuann stroot,
wlioro she is propared to per
manently romovo moles, warts and
superfluous hair, by cleotrioity.
She has also for salo.an oxcellent
fauo bleach, warranted not to in
jure tho skin. Madam Yulo makes
a specialty of eloctrio troatmont.
I'Hr.MIUINT ,NI OPI'ICI? HEKKMt.
Deew Helnton IIU KsprrUiicennn
Chauncoy M. Dopow says that
ho has had personal oxporionco in
soaking office, not for himself, but
for others, from every Republican
Mr. Lincoln would always listen
attentively to what ho had to say,
I mnii 41in inll n ftitinv afnrw. On
lliS way to his hotel he would
think ovor tho story, and finally
soo that it landed his candidato
away out of sight.
General Grant alwayB received
an application for oflieo as toasts
to the memory of Washington aro
drunk standing and in silence.
Hayes listened for a whilo, then
broke out into lamontations that
the attentiou of the President of
the United States should be divert
ed from the groat affairs of state
to distribute patronage. Thenho
would mako a memorandum in a
little red book, which was to re
mind him not to do it.
General Garfield would put his
arm around your neck, tell you
how much he loved you' and then
forget what you had asked of
President Arthur would listen
with polite attention to all you
had to say, then refer you to some
man in Now York whom you
wore never ablo to find.
President Harrison would sink
down into his chair until you had
presented the claims of your can
didate, and then change the sub
ject. Major MoKiuley's methods have
not been developed. Chicago Re
cord. rKXS BY THE 1IKLUIC.
Continued from 1st Page.
John Dillon presided ovor a
meeting of 2G Irish members of
Parliament, at which it was re
solved to take no part in tho
Diamond Jubilee, because,
although commemorating the per
sonal virtues of tho sovereign, it
was also a jubilation over the
development of self governmont
and tho growth of prosperity, in
neither of which had Ireland
Pope Leo has issued another
oncyclical lettor advocating the
union of all Christian churches
with the Seo of Rome.
John E. Redmond was suspend
ed, and John J. Clanoy, Win,
Redmond and Wm. Field removed
by tho sergeant at arms from the
Houso of Commons ou May 28,
for presuming to talk about the
overtaxation of Ireland whilo tho
House was in committee on har
At tho annual meeting of the
National Bimetallic Leaguo of
Franco, Secretary Throy in his re
port set forth that the leading
event of tho year was the electiou
of President McKinley, which
gave great satisfaction to bimetal
lists. Tho French Government
had done excellent work, and the
British horizon was not so dark
Tho Powers declare they will
not let Turkey retain Thossaly.
Russia does not conceal her
extreme irritation at the German
policy, which is bo openly and
persistently di rooted againt Rus
sia that many Turks accuse Ger
many of deliberately plotting to
produce a rupture between the
French Canadians returned
from Brazil, where they were
lured by immigration agents, tell
of great hardships and ill treat
ment in that country.
A prospectus has beon issued
in London for a,Japanese loan of
40,000,000 yen $21,941,910 at 5
por cent, payable in gold. The
issue prico is 101.
Tho Sultan of Turkey objocts to
receiving James B. Angell as Jin
voy Extraordinary and Minister
Plenipotentiary of tho United
States in Constantinople. Though,
as a rule, a govornmont is not
bound to stato its reasons for con
sidering a Ministor persona non
grata, the objections to Professor
Angell are said to bo based upon
his connection with the mission
ary societies in the United States.
King Georgo of Greeoo is prac
tically barricaded in his palace,
and it is reported he is preparing
for flight from AthonB,to evado tho
fury of tho populace.
For tho first tinlo Weylor and
Gomez came face to face in Cuba
last wook. Tho Spanish Goneral
was carrying oat a plan to sur
round the CubanB, but they es
caped from tho trap. Thord was
somo fighting, in which the' Cu
bans turned tho Spanish left
flank. Weylor's horse was wound
ed throe times.
Tho trial of John E. Soarles,
secretary of tho American Sugar
Refining Company, for refusing
ovidonco in tho Souato investiga
tion, is pending on a motion by
tho defense to novo tho court in
struct tho jury to render a verdict
of acquittal. In empaneling the
jury only one juror wub excusod.
Senator Tillmau of South Caro
lina moved a resolution for a corn
mitteo of investigation of publish
ed charges that tho Sugar Trust
had been in control and in the
confidence of thoSenatocommittee
whilo preparing tho sugar sche
dule. In the course of a long ti
rado he said, "With a disgraced
and demoralized Democratic party
out of powor, oncj tho Ropublicans
in charge of 'affairs, wo have ou
other damning evidence of the
Sugar Trust's power." Senator
Aldrich denied tho charges in tho
broadest manner of which the
English language was capable,
and the resolution was referred to
the committee on contingent ex
penses. President McKinley has beon
invited to visit San Francisco by
the Chamber of Commerce.
O. F. Hart vs. James "Wight, a
water rights appeal from North
Kohala, has been filed.
A demurrer has been filed in
Diiftoud vs. Maofarlano.
Judge Perry has fixed the bail
of Henry Lnnuiug at 81500, up
on application of his attorneys,
Magoon & Edinga.
One Itoar Too Many.
Wlion tho womau at wlioso cabin I
look dinner ou tho crust of tho Cumber
laud mountnliia told mo that sho was a
widow, I felt it n Hortof duty to inquire
if her husband hod died by sickness or
"Neither ouo, " sho replied. "Ho died
of too much Botncsa "
"How was that?"
"Ho'd licked ono b'ar iu a fair font,
and ho thought ho could lick two. He
was sot to do it, and ono day ho ran
across tho b'ars and sailed in."
"And there woro too many boars for
"Thar was. When tho font ended ho
had killed ono b'ar, but t'other critter
and mo was widdcrs aud liov bin so ever
once. "-i-St. Louis Republic
Doctor You aro far from wolL A
sedentary occupation does not agreo
Patient What must I do?
Doctor Well, Mr. Bruiser, you must
givo up pugilism and go iuto somo lino
in which you will have sufllcicnt exer
cise. Now York Sunday World.
Torchon and Valenciennes laces
aro still in great demand. L. B.
Kerr has a choice lot, which he is
selling at lowest possible rates.
Now suitings and pants patterns
aro arriving by every mail Btenm
erforL. B.Kerr. He sells a single
yard at wholesale prices.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 26
and 50 cents per night. $1, and
51.25 uer wek.
City Carriage Co, . J. S. And.
rade, manager. If you want a
haok with good horso and care
ful driver ring up Telephone 113,
aorner of Fort and Merchant
tr)tK. Hack at all hour.
Administrator's Sale of
By order of the Hon. A. Perry, Se
cond Judge ot tho Circuit Court ot the
Flist Circuit, the uudersigued Is au
thorized to sell at Publlo Auction all
of the right, title and Interest of the
late Arthur P. Peterson, deceased, In
and to Four Shares In tho Hul Lund
of Walkunc, Otthu, to the highest bid
der, at 12 o'clock noon, on the 22ud
day or June, A. D 1807. at the Court
Hou'e Alltolanl Hale in Honolulu,
Torms: CuhIi. Deeds at purchaser's
A. V. GEAR,
AdmiuUtrator of the Estate of A. P.
Peterson, deceased. 028-td.
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Island Orders attended to with dlspatoh.
All work carefully and promptly ex.
CiT OmcBi Huiith street, with Samuel
Kaholookalanl Pua. llesidencei l'alama,
bird cages, tropical
Everyone knows that a bird
in the hand is worth two in
the bush and this is particu
larly the case when the bird is
a pet canary and a good singer.
Nice birds should be kept in
nice cages and then they will
have no desire to take to the
bishes. We have just opened
up a variety of Bird Cages in
painted wire at $.$0 to 2. JO;
and in brass $1.50 to $4. Sp in
the prettiest, and newest de
The mango season is now
on in all its force and the small
boy is engaged in his yearly
tussle with that luscious fruit.
In former years for every
mango fit to eat the boy
knocked down with a rock he
destroyed eight or ten unripe
ones besides half ruining the
tree. All this is changed now
since the introduction of our
Wire Fruit Pickers. With one
of these attached to a long pole
any particular mango can be
plucked without hurting the
tree or kno'eking off the unripe
fruit. By using one of these
handy pickers one gets several
times more fruit in better con
dition than by the old way of
firing rocks at the tree. They
cost only $0 cents each and a
child can use them.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Sprockets' Bank
heip to btlng us
closer to you.
Generous iu the .
determination to get
only best fabric.
Goneroua in the ,
uxe of it.
Generous iu paying
Generous In squeezing
prices to the
back what isn't satisfactory,
Pretty liberal place
to trade this.
9 Hotel Street : : WaVerlBy BlOClC
We Make Shirts to Order.
TUG OF WAR
At Bristol's Pavilion, Commencing at
Honolulu Iron Works vs. Pakaka.
Philadelphia vs. Waikiki, and
A.dmission, - 50c.
During my absence from the Ha
waiian Islands Mr. W. M. GifTard will
not for mo under full power of Attor
ney. W. G. IRWIN,
Honolulu, June 1, 1897. 628 lw
B. W. LEDEMEB,
IUtEB, T "TS"
-iju JL JrV.
Just Received at the I
American and Hawaiian Flags
All Sizes in Bujjtino,
RT Now nnd Firat-clrwH SECOND HAND
Universal Stoves ii Ranges !
The Best and the Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, 4-7 inch HoleH, Oven 15x17. Prico 8 0
Wehtekn, No. 7, 4-7 inch Holes, Ovon 10 irl7. " 15 00
Pmze Hanoe, No. 7-18, 6-7 iuch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Prico t 23 0
Welcome Range, No. 7-18,0-7 inch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Prico 27 0
Arroixo Range, No. 7-18, 6-7 iuch Holes, Oven 18x18 inches.
Prico 30 00
Superb Universal Range, No. 7-18, 6-7 inch Holes, Ovon
18x18. Prico 35 01
FOR SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd"
HONOLULU, H. I.
For the Treatment of AlcoMicOpni,
Krpliine, Cocoaine anil Other
136 Beretanla Street, between Emm anl Fori
Frlvaio carriage entrance on lane, Emma
street, opposite Chinese Episcopal Church.
Separato Cottage for medioal advice and
One hundred and sixty-three persons
have been successfully treated from Nov
ember, 1890, to May 30, 1897.
Satisfactory arrangements made for pa
tionts from the Islands or from abroad.
Patients nnder treatment have free use
of the Social Club Parlors.
DIRECTOI.8: Alex. Young, President;
W. R. Castlo, Vice President; T. A. Magoon,
Trcasnrer; A. V. Gear, Seoretary; It. S.
For further information, apply to
BOBT. SWAK 80I1IMQEOUR,
Telephono 706. Mauuijor, Pro Tern.
I. O. O. F.
The annual services in memory ot
the deceased members of tiie Order
will be bold at Harmouy Hall. King
Street, ou SUNDAY AFTERNOON,
June 6, at 8 o'olook.
All members of the order, whether
belonging to local lodges or visitors,
with tbelr families are requested to be
At the close ot the exercises at the
Hallconvoyances will be provided to
the cemetery, where the remainder of
the prescribed exercises will take place,
to be followed by the decoration of
Memhf rs will appear in regalia.
Brothers and Sisters of the Order
are requested, so far as practicable, to
contribute flowers for this occasion;
tbe same can be sent to the Hall atany
time after 9 o'clock on Sunday morn
ing. lly order ot the Committee of Ar
rangements. O T. KODGER8, N. Q., Chairman.
L. W. HOUGH, Q. 8., Seoretary.
During the temporary absence of
our Mr, W. G Irwin from thewo Isl
atids, Mr. E. I. Spalding will not un
der Power of Attorney for tbe Bauk
of Glaus Spreckf Is & Co.
Honolulu, June 2, 1897.
GLAUS SPRECKELS & CO.
S, J, HACDONAU).
A, S, IllTMl'llnUTS,
HUMPHREYS & MaCDONALD,
Attorneys df Counsellors.
OUlce, 113 Kaaliumanu St., Honolulu.
For Rent or Sale.
Neat Cottage and grounds on Nuuanu
near Kukul street, only two minutes walk
from the busiuess portion of the oity.
T Corner King nnd Nun-
J t ' BUU
X h a New Stock of
Silk ami Guttox ,
FUIiNIfUKE of all kind cold cheap for " ,
The construction is upon tho
most advanced principles of the
Art of Piano manufacture; and no
pains or expense have been spared
to not only solidly construct, but
to so apply tho vnrious.parts that,
besides" their wonderful singing or
tone-producing powor, tbey would
stand well in tune and in all cli
mates. The qualities of those Pi
anos aro Durability, Sweetness of
Tone with great power, Singing or
tone - carrying capacity, Evenness
throughout the Scale, and Standing
The "iEolinu" Pedal, or "tone
njuillor," is intended for the use
of beginners unci students of the
Piano-Forio. By its use, one de
rives all the benefits of touch,
whilo doing away with tho noiso
or niouotououfl tone produced in
chromatics, which is so annoying
to tbe listener, and of no advan
tage to tbe performer. It also
saves tho hammers from unneces
sary wear, thereby prolonging the
life of the instrument for many
We are now offering these ele
gant Pianos on the most favorable
terms. Parties contemplating pur
chasing a Piano will do well to
lnvetigato the merits of the
Uuder the Auspices of the "Ya" at the
Hawaiian Opera House,
Reserved Seats, 75c; General Ad-,
mission, 60 1 ; Gallery. 2So.
tm Box Plan at Wall, Niohols Co.
NOTARY PUBLIC anil TYPEWRITER
Orricni 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Block rear ot J. O.-Cartor's office. P. 0
Box 330 '
Evening Bxdletin 76c per month,
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