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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER G, 1898
Forty five Stars and
on Silk J
The Last Invoices of
B. l Scliiiiiilt k Sod's
have arrived per S. C. Allen"
and "S. N. Castle," and will
be opened on
They will be sold at the same
low prices and extra 10 per
edit, discount as former impor
King Street, Vcn Holt Illoek.
Just Like Gold Coin.
For more than fifty years
has PERRY DAVIS PAIN
KILLER stood the test
against all remedies prepared
to eradicate pain, and today
stands at the head of the list
among the medicines that are
so essential to keep ut hand in
It is not a n uv fauglo remedy
nor do iho proprietors lay
claim to auy wonderful revela
tion of Iho ingredients that en
ter into the manufacture of
this ever "opular remedy
It is p rfectly harmless, you
need have no fear of becoming
habitually inclined to its use.
For Colic, Cramps, Dysen
tery, Colds, and all painful
affections, a fow doses will cor
tainly givo relief. You cannot
afford to bo without a bottle
in the house.
Your forofathers used it
and found it beneficial.
Why exporimont with some
remedy that is new and its effect
on the system unknown?
It has many rivals but no
jlfir The now 35c. size con
tains over double tho quantity
f tho 25c. size.
Hollister -:- Drug
t-'olo Apenta (or the Islands
Wo nro proared to furnish
olllccrs mid iiioii in roKiilatlon uniforms,
lit tlio shortest notlco, iind nt reasonable
I'll guaranteed In ovory caso.
B641 King Street. tt
Paiulrtiir will not euro Itsolf. To
Ito freo of It yon must treat your
li.ifr and scalp with some remedy
Our Dandruff Killer
prepared iind "old only by us is
I Warranted to Ourel!
Pacheco & Fernandes,
Arlington Mock, Hotol Street.
The Club Stables
! u. jskujIXA, : manager.
LiYery, Boarding & Sale Stables
Prompt Service. Stylish Turnouts.
Wo nro osxclnlly equipped to catnr to
your trade. Kalr dealing and Rood sor
vlco Is what wo depend upon to get it.
Wo liao for Mlo Family Carriago and
DiiUug HorsuN, slnglo or doulilo teams.
Tliey nro in good condition mid will lie
sold on favoralilo tonus.
Ilr. Itouut Is always In attendance at
Cmb Stables Hack Stand
Cor. Union ,fc Hotel Sts.
(Old Hell Tower).
OAllKKPI.I., AND XVVAAi INKOUMKD
first class cAnniAdix
HACKS AT Al.h HOURS.
Orders for Surreys, WagonottOK, Klnglo
or Double Tenuis at a momont'H notice.
Hack Nos. IBS, 1S.I, 100, 70, 77.
C. IIKLLINA, Mgr.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sngar iteliuory Co. of San
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Feun.. U.S. A.
Vowoll Universal Mill Co. (National
Cimo8lireddor),Now York, U. S. A.
K.Oblandt & Co's Chemical Fertilizers.
Alox Gross & Sous, hieh grade fertil
Izors for Cano and ColToo.)
Heeda Steaia Pipe Covering
Offer for Sale
Parsfflne Paint Go's P & B Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed oils, raw
Indurine, (a cold water paint) In white
Filter Pross Cloths, Cement, Lime and
The . . .
Cor. AJakoa & Holekauwlla Bta.
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand,
Estimates givon for house wir
ing and Eloctrionl plants.
Marino Wiring a specialty.
w W W W W W
to be cautious utiotit your food. P
Never buy adulterated Oro- I
eerles when you cim buy puroP
food at tlio wiiiie or almost tlie I
satiio price. ?
WE KEEP THE
PURE FOOD ,' i
Stock Is the best In tlio City.
J; Wuverlcy Illoek, llctliel St.
jSWWW V W V
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
If you want to purclinso tlio best
brand of Manila Clears u( IteaNon
Call on KAM TAT,
Hotel St. near l'ort.
Importer of Japanese
Fancy and Staple Goods.
Corner of ()ueun and Niiiinuu Streets.
Shirts and Suits made to ordor. Per
fect lit Kiiaranteed.
LAlUJi: STUCK OK OOODS OX IIAXD.
BOX. Hotol street near Xuuaiiu; oppo
site Wmorloy Illoek. O'Jl.
HOP WO COMPANY.
Kins Street, l'alneo Sfjuaro.
Crash Duck and Lluou Suits nindo to
ordor. Kino iiNsortmontof now and Intost
(IosIbiis Just arrived. Perfoet Kit Gunr
antood. Iiwost Prleos.
Wing WoTai & Go.
214 Kuuumi Street.
Yee Sing Tie
Of all kinds.
Port Street, opp. Club Stables
C' iW mfw i 'nl
$ ssagffg.2. g ?
S - n S r3' 5" r o
s en ES2sB 2 f A a
4 . D5-g3 O C
N" sUiOtr s
r riyffii1 1 iVirXnBiMi
O.V fOFFKK PIIOHPKOTH.
.Mr. Noma Cllvri Hit VIfws la tho Am
I'loroutino Souza, tho Olaa ox
port in cofTco, slates that thero arc
somo points in tho gonoral mo
morial to tho Commissionors
which do not moet with his ap
proval sayB tho Hawaii Herald.
Ho haa submittod tho following as
an nmonded report. It has boen
handed Sonator Oullom.
Olaa, Aug. 25, 1898.
To tho Honornblo, the Hawaiian
Commisiouors, Honolulu, H. I.
Gontlomon: A memorial was
read and prosouted to your Hon
orable Board today at tho Moun
tain Viow Hotel by my eBlocmod
colleague, Dr. Euseol. It contains
somo of tho most vital points in
tho welfare of the coffoo and other
industries of theso islands Thcsa
industries that may bo taken up
by Btnall farmors, mako tho wel
fare of tho many, instead of the
urontness of the fow, and thus add
lorgoly to tho prosperity and po
pulation ot a locality.
Ab a membor of tho committee
appointed by tho coffeo planters
ot this district I havo signod Dr.
luiBBel s niemnrial, and in its mam
tenor, heartily endorsed it. In
somo respects, however, I believo
It couillCllllg Willi me esiHiuig
sentiments and laws of that great
nation of which wo aro now citi
zone, and bolievo that our own
welfare murft bo adjusted to tho
supremo will bo our own country.
In saying this, I refer particu
larly to tho question of cheap la
bor. AVhile 1 wish to soe tho cof
foo industry prosper, I caunot
subjugato my patriotism to this
nor to any other industry that
would require a chauge in tho ex
isting immigration laws of the
United States of America, espe
cially as those laws have been
formed with the solo of object of
protecting labor within their
boundaries. To tho laboring
class 1 rcalizo that the greatest
consideration mut be shown. For
this reason I cannot concur iu this
point with tho gentleman whoso
memorial I havo signed, and the
tnauy years of oxporience which I
havo had in other colloo produc
ing countries, togethor with tho
devotion ot lifetime to coffee rais
ing, must be my excuse for further
addressing you upon this subject.
I bolievo with my esteemed col
league Dr. Russol that all possible
aid should be given to the small
farming industries, and that coffee
is the most important onn of these
I think ho has fully proved in his
mont nblo paper. I do not con
sider that existing immigration
laws of tho United States will in
any wise hamper our industry. If
we cannot obtain Japaueso labor
wo can certainly induce whito and
colored labor to como hero and
work our plantations undor the
co-oporntivo systom, since it so
cuies a very uood interest to tho
investor and a desirable emolu
ment to the worker.
This is the main point which I
wished to diocuss but I must re
quest you to extend your indul
genca to the discussion of two
other important points, viz., taxa
tion and protection to colleo.
Iu several countries whore coffee
is now produced iu very largo
quantities, governmental protec
tion and aid havo always been
givon, but in various ways. Of
all these, and 1 am familiar with
them all, tho one that I consider
tho best for those islands, is tho
exoneration from tnxos of all lands
planted with coffeo (or undor somo
cultivation) mid a high tux upon
nil unimproved lands which aro
suitable for cultivation. This, it
will readily be seen, will forbid
large holdings of laud to the do
trimont of tho prospective small
investor upou whom depends tho
prosperity and population of these
islands. In mauy countries hav
ing similar uatural advantages to
this, this mothod has proved very
effectual iu fostering and making
successful tho coffee planting in
dustry. Toward this end I would
suggest that a territorial foim of
government would materially holp
Following out my ideas as to
protection of labor and industries
in tho United Stales I would bog
to suggest to your Honorable
Board the ndvisability of an "im
port duty" upon foreign coffee.
This is n matter entirely iudo
pendent of our form of govern
ment horo, and dependent largely
upon recommendation to bo made
by your Honorable Board. Such
mi iucroaso in tho value of our
crops will moro than ooraponsato
us for the oquivocablo loss of
cheap labor nud, as I need not
suggeBt to you, still bo ontirely in
keeping with tho policy of tho
Unitod States. This is ono of tho
many great benefits which wo
hope annexation will assuro to us
and to our infant industries
Tho adoption of a territorial
form of government for theso Is
landB (which I sincerely hopo will
bo recommended by your Honor
able Board) will result iu tho most
valuablo protection to tho coffoo
and all other tgricultiunl undor
tikings. In tho event wo will bo
able to mako our own laws best
suited to our own localities, to
build our own roads, and to regul
ato tho expenditures of our own
moneys. Theso aro tho mattors
most vital to tho prosperity of our
In conclusion I beg to thank
your Honorable Board, in antici
pation, for your kind attention to
theso fow further suggestions, and
beg to remain,
Yours vory respectfully,
The nnin nC a burn or Bcald is
nlinost instantly relieved by ap
plying Uliamberlaiu's rain uaim.
It also heals tho injure-d parts
moro quickly than any other treat
mont, and without tho burn is very
severo docs not leave a scar. For
sale by all deulors, Benson, Smith
& Co., Qoneral Agouts.
Do you want
Ai it i sts' jMatkkials 1
CSo to the
Pacific Ilurihvuro Co.
Do you want
Tin: Hnsx Outi,i:uy ?
Go to tho
Pacific Ilurihvuro Co.
Do you want
A Stovk "?
Go to tlio
Pacific Hardware Co.
Anything in tho
Wo can supply you.
ro io, uii.,
Home Decorating 1
Which 1h n substitute for gold
leaf, und will LAST.
For imparting a hard ami glass)
Hiirfucu to any material.
For porcelain finish on tubs,
tlowor pots. etc. Not affected
by cold or hot water.
For furniture, baskets, etc.
CSTFull directions for use. Try them.
Lew ers & Cooke.
IMrOUTIMt ANI1 IIKAI.EH IN
STEEL and IROIV
121 & 123 King Street.
A dollcacy sought aftor by couno-
Issours in nil jmrts of tlio world; It
is rich and dolieato, and Is usod at
banquet and forlluuclios at oven
To sorvo Pato do KoloGros Is to bo
Xo hoiiso in Honolulu carries any
thing llko tho varloty in this lino
that wo do. OiirnKsortinont is very
largo mid complete
nro olives Mulled with ptinlentos,
a sw oct Spanish Poppor.
IJvun tlio brine tastes good.
Tlioy aro a rich morsel, dollglitlug
tlio palato nnd assisting digestion.
An ollvo fork frco wltli each bottle.
Lewis & Co.
QONSALVES & CO , Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS ANL
226 Queen stroot, Hnnolnlu, H J,
H. MAY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
515 & 517 Fort St., Honolulu
Telephoner 22 P.O. Box 470
Annexiition lias already
hail tho offeot of lowering tho
prices at the
Palama Co-operative Grocery Co.
You can save quite a few
dollars monthly by dealing
The cars stop right at our door. -.,.
Palama Co-operative Grocery Co. '
Opposite Rallwuy Depot, KingSt.
Tho Co-operativo Plan is
proving a genuine success to
the general public as well as
T. B. CLAPHAM.
Oflleo : Hotel Stablos. Calls, day or
night, promptly answorod. Specialties:
Qbstotrles mid Uuhoiioks. 100.')
A. It. ROWAT,
Veterinary Surgeon. 610 Fort Street.
Orders left at Club or Pantheon
Stables will bo received and promptly
attended. Diseases of dogs a specialty.
Office and Infirmary, - - 863 King St.
Ifiy Modern and lluinano Troatmsnt,
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO,
Kn. A.Wiu.iAMh, F. D., Manager.
Office and Parlors
511510 Fort St., near Hotel. I