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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 22, 1897.
olnoViln "Rnninnaa Pmnnrlv on
f Nauanu Btnet, bringing a good
Several Lots near Punchbowl
and at Makiki, the Choicest Eosi-
tdCQCU Proporty in tlio city. A
perfect view from Diamond Head
to Kwa, Honolulu and Harbor.
Four Houses and Lots on Punch
bowl streot, only five minutes
walk from the Post Office.
We also have Comfortable
Housos for sale on easy tortus si
tuated on the following streets;
Lunulilo, Kiuau, Eukui, Hub
Binger, Beretania, Young, Vic
toria, Green, Thurston Avonue,
Pnnahou, Liliha and Nunann.
Building Lots inall parts of the
city on the instalment plan.
Several well established Lodg
Coffee Lands on Hawaii and a
Pineapple II inch with lime and
'other fruit trees near Honolulu.
A. V. GEAR
210 King Street.
Crayon and Water Colors
PICTURES ENLARGED AND NEATLY
fa , F4HFD,
From SO (KJ up. Hum plea to bo aeon
at my Studio, 'M Llsrt'tiuiiu tjtreet.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Cor. Fort and Queon Streets, Honolaln.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importers und Jobbers ol
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queu Streets.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal
and Building Materials of all
Queon Streot, Honolulu,
Now located at Fort and Beretania
Streets, Waring Block.
Now prepared to do
In the Latest Styles.
Cabinets, $1.50 Per Half Down
CRAYON AND WATERCOLORS
Neatly framed from $5.00 upward.
17 A complete line of Frame
Mouldings at reasonable prices.
Sittings for Enlargement
Are given FREE. '
17' One neat Mantel Frame given
away with each dozen Cabinet.
Waring Block, Fort and Beietania'
Streets. 666 tf
Tommy K. Nathaniel,
Office: Kalawao, Molokal, H. I.
Abstract and Business
Having beeu entrusted from busi
ness men all over the Islands for the
past year, I am prepared' to make
Abstracts of Titles or Deeds in a most
thorough, accurate and complete man
ner, and to negotiate sales or leases of
lands belonging to those who are re
siding at the Settlement on abort no
Election of Officers.
At the Annual Meeting of the Board
of Directors ol I he Plonerr Building
& 1an A "elation of Hawaii, L'n,
hfld Ittxt evening, the following Offl
cers were elected to serve for the en
President T. F. Lnlng
vice rresuieut a. a woee
Secretary A V Gear
Treasurer J. Li. McLean
The above with J. O. Rothwell,
A. W. Kwuh, Henry Smith, J. D
Holt and O. B Gray constitute tbe
Uiinnl i( Directors.
The Audlloiti elected at the Annual
Meeting of the Stockholder! to
erve fnr one jear are W. K. Sim-,
K. W. Peterson, Geo. w. Farr.
A. V. GEAR,
Honolulu, July 13, 1897. 657 lw
A New and Thoroughly Efficient Des
troyer for all
Dandruff in the Head.
Guaranteed to Cute tlio Scalp ( nil Skin Di
seases, rui up id one tizu uuiuu ouiy.
Criterion Barber Shop,
Fort Bt Opp Pantheon BUblcs.
City Feed Store
L. H. DEE & CO.,
Beretania & Punchbowl Streets.
Al Hay, Grain and Feed
Of all Kinds.
Fine New Zealand Potatoes
Always on Hand.
Sorghum Seed, AUal'n Seed,
Bock Salt, Eta , Etc,
The Dairymen's Association
is now prepared to furnish to
tho public the finest of Milk,
Cream, Butter and Buttermilk
at their Now Milk Depot, Lin
coln Block, King street.
8. J. MAGDONALD.
A. S. UUMMillBTS.
HUMPHREYS & MCDONALD,
A itorneys cf Counsellors.
Oillce; Kluc and Bethel ate. (upstairs),
nt.Itus of ro.vrituvriHSY.
Continued from 3d Page.
The Legislature Lab the right to
provide suoh tribunals as it sees
fit, and to gito them jurisdiction.
The Supreme Court stops at find
ing out whethor tho procedure
proscribed by the Legislature has
been complied with. The peti
tion of S. M. Ballou was not only
heard on behalf of the immigrants,
but the Supreme Court decided
that all the proceedings relative to
their rights to enter the conntry
had been properly conducted, so
that notwithstanding all that has
been said they have had their day
Mr. Cooper understands from
what has been said that the Jap
anese have no desire to d s.-uss tho
merits of tho proceedings had by
the customs authorities. Discre
tion had been exercised in favor
of immigrants previously in the
country. Their status was differ
ent from thatof other immigrants.
Women, having relatives here
wore admitted on a previous rul
ing by the Department of For
eign Affaire. In these cases of'
alleged discrimination the Gov
ernment had eimply avoided
raising a question otvoated rights.
With reference to the $50, tho
word' "possession" in tho law was
construed i to be synonymous with
"ownership." Ther fact that the
$50 exhibited by a man had sim
ply been lent to him for the
moment was deemed sufficient
cause for his rejection. The bur
den of proof is on the immigrant
that he has the right to land, and
cannot bo shifted on the Govern
ment to show that he has not.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs
roufirwa tho uuduiblaudiug lunl
the memorandum of agreement,
between the emigration company
and the emigrant, comes withiu
the purview of Section 17, Act of
1895, and the more fact that it may
under certain circumstances be
optional whether the mnn avail
himself of tbe coptract does not
take it out of the provisions of the
law. It became very apparent
that the guurauteo of the com puny
to supply labor could not be car
ried out, no it was wellknown that
plantation managers had been
well supplied with labor and that
through tho proper channels. If
such emigrants had been allowed
to land it would have resulted in
having ajlarge body of unemploy
ed in the country.
It is farther shown that those
emigrants were all agricultural
laborers and as such did not come
within the provisions of the treaty
of 1871, which limits im
migration of Japanese sub
jects to tho merchant class. This
interpretation of tbe treaty has
been adopted by the Japanese
Government with regard to Ha
waiian oitiznns, and the fact that
heretofore Japanese immigrants
of this character may have been
allowed to enter tho country is no
answer to tho position that the
treaty is in fact limited in its
scope, and does not bind this
Government to accept immigrants
from Japau of tho class to which
the persons in question belong.
This is more clearly brought out
by the fact that when immigia
tion was about to begin from
Japan it was found necessary to
enter into a convention, under
which the immigration of Japa
nese Bulijoctu was successfully
carried on to the satisfaction of
this Governmout. Immigrants
who have left Japan not under the
auspices of tho convention but
under contracts of set vice, the
form of which lias boon appioved
of by the Board of lmmigiation,
may well bn considered to be
voluntary immigrants to come
neither under tho provisions of
tlio treaty nor tho conditions of
The Government was clad to
welcome Japnnese subjects com
ing under the provisions of the
convention and also such immi
grants us huvo come under tho
auspices of tho Board of Immi
gration. While perhaps it is
true that immigrants wcro com
ing in ignoranco of violation of
our laws, and that immigration
companies were really the culp
able ones, still it became a matter
of necessity that tho action now
complained of should be taken by
this Government in order to pro
vent a largo influx of immigrants
who might disturb the ecouomio
and political condition of tho
Hawaii bos no intontiou or de
sire to suspend the immigration
of Japanese whon couducted
either uudor tho provisions of tho
treaty, or uudor tho provisions of
J. S. Walker,
1 - Estate - Broker
Has for Sale and Lease on
- It Large Lot, M.iklkl street, fenced, 228
1 2. Lot on Klnnn streot between Alapai
and Kapiolani streets 140 feet frontage.
3. Lot on Luualilo street between Alapai
and Ilackfeld streets.
4. 3 largo Lots on Prospect Btreet.
5. House and Lot on Green street be
tween Raplolani and Victoria.
6. The Building known as ThonWBIook,
2 stories and embracing 5 (rented) stores
on leased ground.
7. Lot oorner of Kinau and Fiikoi streets.
8. IllcoLand at Walkano, Koolau,
9. Lot on oorner of Heuln and Keean.
moku streetc, between residence of W. A.
Howen and lot of W. M. Giffard, havlnij
frontage on Benin street 260 feet.
10. Lots 6 and 7 with fionse. Kali,
11. Half Acre Lot in Hilo Town.
1, JCottngea on Queen street near Punch
2 3 Cottages at Old Waiklki.
3. Store and Dwelling, corner Wyllie
and Nnnanu, ready for occupancy.
4. Lot corner Merchant and Richards
Properties Managed, Collec
tor, of Rents, Loans Nego
tiated and Advances made on
JOHN S. WALKER,
Spreckols Block, Honolulu.
P. O. Box. 339.
Importers and Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
121 & 123 King Street.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
My $10.00 Bath Tnbs, lined with best
quality, Ho. 10 zlne, 6 in. Pi, Chain and
ring, with wood rim all complete. Other
deulurti nio dumfonuded, and resort to all
manner of Tricks and Excuses.
Bo not deceived, these Bath Tnbs have
been sold for $14 until I reduced the price.
I am prepured to do all work in my line
and guarantee! satisfaction: Estimates fur
If yon want a good Job cheap tor Cash,
ring np Telephone 844, and I am youi
JA8. NOTT Jn,
613 to 621 Fort Street.
Bhcksmitbincr in All Its Branches,
V. W. lVItlGHT, Proprietor.
(BnccesRo.r to G. West.)
Livery and Boarding Stables
Comer Merchant and Richards Sts.
UVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
J37 Carriage. Surreys nnd Hacks at all
hours. TELEPHONE m.
JjAlsi Jj.1. 'ApK ..- tt -Jy .--hj ii.it J V
1 Our Ts and Other Eyes. .8
Our I's arc just as strong as they were fifty years ago,
when we have cause to use them. Hut we have less and
less cause to praise ourselves, since others do the praising,
and we are more than willing for you to see us through
other eyes. This is how we look to S. F. Boyce, whole
sale and retail druggist, Duluth, Minn., who after a quarter
of a century of observation writes:
" I have sold' Ayer's Sarsaparilla for more than as years,
both at wholesale and retail, and have never heard any
thing but words of praise from my customers ; not a single
complaint has ever reached mc. I believe Ayer's Sar
saparilla to be the best blood purifier that has been intro
duced to the general public." This, from a man who has
sold thousands ol dozens of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, is strong
testimony. But it only echoes popular sentiment the world
over, wnich has " Nothing but words of pralM for
,Anjr doubt bont Itr Snd for th "Curebook.'
1 It kill tlnjbft and cunt doubter.
Address! J. C Ayer Co., LowU, Mm.
Hollister Drug Co., Agents.
JUST RECEIVED BY
HOLLISTER & CO.
From tho Factories of
Henry Clay & IBock & Co.
Corner Fort &
- Since We Must Eat to Live, Let's Have the "Best.
Just Opened Up an
Invoice of . . . '
SclfiLLiiqfs Bssj Tb8
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
divs themfa trial. Mney back If you don't like them. Also, just reoelveJ
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brand Bacon, Hams, Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Beef,
Choice Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc.
212 King street, next to the Arlington.
Main Office Telophono No. 63. V. O. Box No. 222 Branch Offloo Telephone No. 838.
Oahu Lumber and Building Co., Id.
Lumber Msrchants, Contractor! & Builders.
IMPOBTEBS AND DEAIlIiS IN
Doors, Snflhoe, Tnints, Oils, Buildors' Ilurdwnro, "Wall Pnpors and
Matting, Eta. Manufacture Ail Kinds of Moulding.
Main Office, Leleo, King street. Branch Office and Planing Mill, corner Kino and
Bethel streets. Lumber Yards, Leleo and Lot near R. It. Depot. Private traok oonneot.
ing with O. B. A li. Co. R. It. runs through oar yards to B. It. wharf and any part of
Ewa and Waianae titutions. 4sitf
Gitu Furniture Store,
(Corner of Fort and lleretnnla streets.)
AN ASSORTMENT OF
Bulletin, 75c, Per Month
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Undortnkor nnd Embnlmer