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Vol. IV. No. 652.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1897.
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have now marked down
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They guarantee the
lowest prices and satis
faction. Now goods by every
Old goods below cash
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Real Estate Broker.
209 Merchant Street.
12 Chinese Orauito Hitching Fonts; $5
1 Bnrroy in lino order; price 200.
Houso mid Lot, 75x103 ft., on No. 71
Young street; liurlur, 3 bedrooma, kitchen
Lot ou Wilder uvenuo 100x300 ft., fouood;
Ilousa in Ilnbtillu I.unoi illniiifj routn,
Vltclien, ImtliroTn, rnrrlngo lioiiHe ntii!
,luliluj ltirjju jui I
-. .V I I
Architect and Superintendent
EBu Ollioo: UOfi Fort fllrool,
Bprudkolw' BUjoTc, Koom fi,
Air PMANGinro labor coiincii,
OBJECIS TO ANNEXATION.
But tbe nnllcllucTrml Council
Favor of the Propnard
Tho various labor organizations
with which San Francisco is
blessed have taken up tbo matter
of the annexation of Hawaii and
there appears to be considerable
difference of opinion among them
as to the benefits American labor
ing men will derive from it.
The San Francisco Labor
Council is composed of delegates
from all the trades unions and is
bitterly opposed to annexation, as
it was to Fitzgerald's scheme to
bring white labor to the islands,
on tho ground that our laws vir
tually countenance involuntary
slavery. At a recent meeting the
Council passed a series of resolu
tions which present tho arguments
advanced for tbe position it has
taken and are printed below:
Whereas, a treaty of annexation
of the Hawaiian Islands bus been
submitted to the Senate of the
United States for its ratiGcntion;
and whorcas, contracts to labor uro
specifically enforceable in the no
called Republio of Hawaii; and
whereas, such treaty provides
that "all laws, civil, judicial and
military are to continue until
Congress shall provide for the
government of such islands;" and
whereaB, thhrtreaty provides tbat
tho present laws governing labor
and contracts to labor are to con
tinue in force; therefore be it
Resolved, By the San Francisco
Labor Council, in regular ne&Biou
Resembled on June 18, 1897, tbat
such annexation is contrary to the
best interests of this country for
the following reasons:
First Because slavery and in
voluntary servitude now existing
in these islands will have ei ten
dency to be extended to the same
latitude, climate and employment
within our country.
Second Becuuso such involun
tary servitude may now, under the
decision of tho Suprome Court of
the United States in the case of
Robert Robertson et al. vs. Barry
Baldwin (Arago case),- be so ex
tended, the court having therein
decided that speoifio enforcement
of contract to labor is not inher
ently either against the Constitu
tion or public policy.
Third Because government in
these islands, with ninety per cent
of the population disfranchised,
cannot rest upon the consent of
tho governed, unless thought of
franchise be extended to tlW Mon
golians such extension would,
however, wo think, give them the
franchise also in other parts of tho
Fourth B'ecauso the disfrau
chisomout of Cliiuose, Japanese,
illiterates, and proportyless" men
of nllracos has created, and will
undoubtedly continue, in these
islands a form of government
oligarchy inherently opposed to
tho institutions of this country.
Fifth Uecauso freedom und in
voluntary servitude oligarchy
and demoorucy canuot co exist
in the sauio country undor the
same flag "One," Baid Lincoln,
"will destroy tho other." Wo bo
lioved him thou, aud believe him
Sixth Tho conspirators in
those islands, finding themselves
uuablo to coutiuuo by their own
powor tho slavory they huvo creat
ed, are uow but Booking a particops
crliniuis strong enough to protoot
liioiii against tho logical and his
torical result insurrection of
tlioir inhuman and un-American
action in iiuiioitiiig and ciibluviiig
nu thoir plantations u vast num
ber of an uliou nioo.
Hevontli Hcmhiho it would of
neuofwity ouiHO foreign romplinu
liuii ami lliiiH (lihtrnut tho atten
tion fioin doiiiostiu comlitloiiH,
which now and Co; homo time to
(joino will lux Ilia bwl IhmuU Mini
broadest intellects within our
country for thoir solution. Aud
Resolved, That for tho.uboyo
reasons wo ask tho California
Senators and Congressmen to op
pose this treaty, wliiob is in itself
the reversal of the policy of over
100 years and contrary to the ad
vice and admonition of Washing
ton. On tho other hand the Building
Trades Council, 'composed of dele
gates from the various unions be
longing exclusively to tho buna
ing trade, at a meeting ueiu on
June 24, passed resolutions favor
ing the proposed treaty of annexa
tion of the Hawaiian islands, set
ting forth its reasons as follows
and condemning in strong tormB
the previous action of tbo Labor
Council, of which its own dele
gates composed a largo majority:
Whereas, a treaty of annexation
of tho Hawaiian Inlands has been
submitted to the Senate for ratifi
cation: aud whereas, this said
action has provoked an expression
of opinion by tho press, mercan
tile and labor organizations; and
whereas, among tno last mention
ed the San Francisco Labor
Council bus taken action and ro
corded itself as opposed to tho
annexation of tho Hawaiian re
public in no uncertain terms,
using alleged provisions contain
ed in tho instrument, misquoting
its sections and construing its
meaning different from its read
ing and the inteutiou of its
authors; und whereas, annexation
will defeat the intrigues and plots
of an alien Government whoso
subjects in this couutry today aro
the greatest danger impending
American labor, which by the do
feat of annexation will gain an
ascendency over a territory which,
from its military, naval and com
mercial importance, is invaluable
to tho Government acquiring it;
therefore be it
Resolved, By the Building
Trades Council, composed of the
representative of the unions con
nected with the building frudos of
the City of San Francisco, in reg
ular meeting assembled on June
2-1, 1897, that wo condemn the
action taken by the San Francisco
Labor Council as ill-advised, il
logical, irrelevant and unjust, and
that the reasons advauced by tho
council aro subterfuges resorted
to for the purpose of subserving
privato interests, as the sido of tho
questiou which presents advan
tages to labor is entirely ignored.
Resolved, That wo look upon
the acquisition of this territory as
a step in the right direction; that
it is of great National importance
bb well as to, the particular advan
tage of American labor, as rosult
aut traffic and commerce must un
Resolved, That in our opinion,
with American laws and institu
tions substituted for the present
governmental system, the oppor
tunities afforded will bo enjoyed
by American labor and will cause
its transformation into tho most
commercially importnant country
for its Bize ou tho globo; and bo it
Resolved, That for theso reasons
wo ask tho California Senators
and Congressmen to favor tho an
nexation of the Hawuiian Islands.
The lUl'ft All IIUIU.
The Atlanta Journal, Hoke
Smith's paper, is naturally against
annexation, but it should try and
find a hotter exoueo for its polioy
than that tho United States, by
taking tho islands iu "would bo
compelled to maiutain a fleet in
tho Pacific." Siuco Mr. Smith bo-
came Secretary of tho Exterior he
seems to havo forgotten that oyon
Mr. Cleveland's administration
did that. In faot wo havo hud a
iloet iu tho Pacific for fifty yours,
and probably will for somo cen
turies to coiuo. S. F. Chronicle.
A lliillrnl Tor f.'liliui.
A private dispaloh wan rencivrrl
in San Francisco ou Juno 21 stat
ing that u party of Amorlcun capi
taliHtH had been grnntrd a omiflOB
sion by th (JhiiiKno (Jovonini'Mil
to build a railroad from llanglow
to TuLing, a ill.luiiuo or 1 200
mile. Tlio mud tvlll inn tlir'uijli
a Illicitly Hottlwl oouiitiy.
4i n Ann rojrtiF.itT ani dedication
or RIIUIMHI OIIUAN.
Tun Edlflre Filled to Menlolliiii to lleur
tbe Honolulu Volnateer The '
The one andouly event for Hilo
peoplo on Satuiday,"jTuly 3, was
the concort given at tho First For
eign church iu that city as the
dedication of the new organ pro
vided by .mnnificonce of Dr. Chas.
Wotmoro and others which took
place in tho ovoning. Tho pretty
ohnroh was crowded to its utmost
capacity, all tbo principal resi
dents of Hilo being present. It
was a source of much regret that
Mrs. E. D. Teuney, who with
Wray Taylor and B. L. Marx had
volunteered to assist, was unable
to attend owing to sickue3Q. In
placo of the soprano solo, "In
Dreams I've Hnnrd the Seraphs,"
for which Mrs. iViuiey Was down
on the piogram, Mr. Marx played
a violin solo.
The full program is given bo
low; TAUT I.
f ul Inauguration March . . Clark
b Pastorale Wely
Anthem "The Radiant Mom,"
Organ, Piano and Violin.
Mensra. TaylorWXkf.fiold und
aT Intermezzo, Mascagni
To Deum in F, Kotzschmar
Orgau Solo Concort Fantasia,
Largo for Violin, Piano and
Messrs. Marx, Wakefield aud
Atltliom "Ye Shall Dwell in
the Land," Stainer
Soprano Solo "Iu Dreams I've
Heard the,Seruphs," Fauro
Mrs. E. D. Tenuey.
With Violin Obligate by B. L.
Organ Solo March, "Tunu-
The conoort was a grand success
in ovory way and tho Hilo peoplo
woro delighted with Wray Tuylor's
performance on tho organ and Mr.
Marx's violin boIo. The now organ
wuv built to ordor by J. llorgstroin
& Soiifl of Sau Francisco aud is
said by those who huvo honrd it to
be the sweetest-toned of any in
tho islauds. Tho pipoa compos
ing the grout organ are: Open
diapason, duluiaua, doppol iluto
treble, dnppol flnto Iiohh, principal,
Unit) iiuiiiiouiu, tuulltli, liltuuntli
and clarionet, ranging from 2 to fi
fuel iu length and from 12 to 58
in number. Tim swoll oryuu u
violin diapason, slopped diapason
trublll, rltoppHll diupueon Imihh.hhII
clonal, uuoliih), (iiiiitiutuim,vloliii(i,
..l..i.li linl iii.m In .tin... (i.lil l.nu
I;iiuwviim Hfii Jiiifiiiu, ifiuiii mm t'on
hooii from 2 to B fool high ami ul-
BO from 12 to 58 in nuinuor- Tuo
pe(ini ()rnu pipoa nre 10 foot long,
comprising iJr boutuen and m
doubjo open diapason. Tho tue
chnnical appliances aro: Great to
swell, swell to pedal, great to
Eedul, tremolo, bellow's signal and
alanco swell .pedal. Tliore are
two composition pedals, piano aud
Till: JIJ1UI.KK l. tllNAIIA.
Queer Incident or
Vancouver, II. C. -June 25.
There have been many spontane
ous and very unique demonstra
tions of loyalty during jubilee
week here. An American citizen,
who has his own ideas about "do
ing in Rome ub tho Romans do,"
refused to stand up or take off his
hat when "God Save tho Queen"
was sung by special request by
tho audience at a magiscope en
tertainment. Tbo American wus
roughly handled, beiug seized by
two burly Britons and dragged
out of the concert hall.
Hou.H. Nossc, Consul in Cana
da for Japnu, was hissed by ultra
British ho.nUnms as he wr. rais
ing the royal utundaid of Jiipau,
used on sppcial occasions ouly, to
the top of tho consulate flagpole.
Japuu's representative felt tho
insult keenly nnd appealed to tho
press to make the matter known.
This was' done and Mr. Nosso
gained much sympathy.
In New Westminster, when the
Queen's messago to nil British
subjects waB laid ou the table at
tbe muuicipul Council chamber,
all arose spontaneously aud sang
tbo national anthem and suspend
Widespread commont is being
mado on tho fact that Jack Tars
and officers of tho United States
battleship Oiegon took part with
the Jack Tars of tbreo warships
of tho British uawin port, with
enthusiasm nnd tn'tifaio&t friend
HnesR, in the Queen'u jubileo cele
bration in Victoria.
THIS JiPARIU WAT.
How BuMnepsla Hour Iu the Ciiryian-tlif-mnat
Victoria, B. 0., June 25. The
North Pacific steamer Victoria,
arriving today from tho Orient,
brings ucwb of tho sensational Iobb
of 1,000,000 yon from tho funds of
the Oduka Alkali Manufacturing
Company. Tho Yokohama Ad
vertiser says tho company becamo
insolvent duriuc last year's finan
cial crisis iu Japan. Rocont dis
closures show that its capital stock
of 1,000,000 yen was spiiitod away
yeurB ago. Just how tho com
pany's treasury was looted does
not yot appear, but up to laBt year
its business was run upon credit
obtained at bunks. For years
bogus balance sheets have been
prosonted aud though tho stock
holders rccoivod 10 par cout divid
ends for many years thoy will now
bo compelled to pay heavy assess
ments to wipe out its debts.
I'rojlllllccd IUWli Puncr.
Russia has no special causo to
make troublo in Hawaii, ns tho
result of it could only bo, if an
nexation woro defeated, to aid tho
colonization plans ot Japan. Bo
sides, Russia was tho first Europe
an powor to recognize tho Pro
visional Government uftor the
ovorthrow of tho Quoen, and it
did bo in tho most cordiul terms.
Tho Novoo v'lomya bus occasion
ally shown tbat it held u grudge
nguiiiBt tho island republio as
well us tho United States, but tlmt
does not necobsurily count in ofli
ciul ciuurtorB.B. F. Ohroniclo.
niiKWlr und I'lini-loiia,
. Clin H human begs to inform
tho public that ho has on baud a
lino now lino of SurrnyH, Buggies,
Phaetons, Howl Wagons and Curls;
Double uud Hinglo lluggy, Ex
pri'HB and llnelc IfuriienH iniido
Himuiully for tho Hawaiian trmlo,
'1 Iiumi) goods are now ou exhibi
tion ul lliu CJlul) StubloH,
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
i'i:titio. r it fiioitk n: or will
OK HKA.NCIH MI'rNUKK.
ml Inventor!! an rile
narlnu ' Mupremr
inn In rloa.
Mtrtha NT. Spencer petitions for
probate of the will of hor late
husband, Frruici" Hpitticcrof Wai-"v
moa, Hawaii, in viiieli she is
named as sole devisee uud legatee,
also as sole executiix to act with
out bond. The will was executed
May 22, 1888, in prosenco of Wm.
A. Kinney and F. M. Hatch. In
tho petition the value of the
estato is givon as at prosont un
known. Petitioner having further
asked for temporary letters of ad- t
ministration, owing to tho abBonce
of tho witnesses from tho country,
Judi;u Cm tor orduis suoh letters
undor $1000 bond, which tho pe
titioner file1', with A. Noah Kepoi- j
kai us surety. Heury Smith up- j
peared for petitioner. j
Koolan Kaikainabaole,adminis- ;
trntrix of tho estato of John W.
Knikuiuuhaole, has filed nu in
ventory showing vuluo of real i
proporty to bo $5250 and of per
sonal property S335. Tbo bamo
lady, us guuruian oE nor two T
miuor children, has filed an in
ventory of thoir estates showing .
realty of $5350 and porsounlty of i
W. O. Smith, guardian of the ,
Pahau minors, presents his anno- .
al account, showing receipts $806,
payments 2509.9!), balance due !'
As guardiau of tho Bray minors,
Mr. Smith reports the receipts as 8
8575.69, payments $264 and.
b.ilt,iifu due the wania $311.09. 1
Aa guardiau of William and j
Annie Hall, minors, Mr. Smith u
reports $2101.62 receipts, $1902.50 J
payments and $499.12 duo the
Judge Perry partly heard tho .
petitiou of D. G. Caraarinoa to be
appointed guardian of his brother, f
P. G. Camarinos, at 1 o'clock to
day. Continued at 1:30, as Judge
Perry is sitting on the Suprome
Court benoh. Creighton far peti
tioner; Neumann for contestants.
Koliikauakaolo vb. W. G. Walk
nr pr nl. in linfom the Sunromfi
Court. Cooper and Magoon & J4
EdiugB for plaintiff-appellant;
CaBtlo and Kinney & Ballou for
defendants. . ,
Damon vs. Hyde was argued
yosterduy by Neumann for plain- .j
tiH and Kiuuey & Ballon for des r
Wee Out of K,nlt.
Captain Hamilton of the big
ship Roanoko loft Japan four dayc
after tho Aryan, which made tha ,J
record run to tho islands in IT'
days. Elovon days out tho Roa
noke was exactly oliu miles norm
of tho islands, having struok tho
sumo stroak of wind as the Aryua.
Had1 it hold out ho would havo
mado port iu tbreo or four days
and beaten the Aryan's tiuio. Hut
the wind changed uud it took
Captain Humiltou just 23 ilnyB to
beat down to Honolulu nnd maka
tho lust 800 miles of a yoyugo
which stalled in so nnspiuiously
Tho Government band will play
at Thomas square this ovoning,
commouciug at 7:30. Tho follow
ing program has boon irrangcd:
Overture .umpa llrrfiM
Klimlt-II Trovuluro Vtnli
IntroiliictloH ami I'oliu'Cji Nnylor
Mr, C'liarlv Krvutvr.
Hvki'tlon-Hnio of HIilM l',llcnWrj;
MKurk- 'iliat'Mrlim :;",?"H9
Wl'- ln I'l'Uovt YviM1-
v llnuail I'l'imi.
Thoin waa r inmilluu of Urn
nffiuDi'M of thu AunMUhrlDc- Olub
tlU ult;yott t - u'wlwlt.