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The Bulletin Is More Widely Read Than Any Paper of Progressive Honolulu.
Vol. VI. No. 1123.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1891).
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CHEAP POSTAGE. '
ItBcliiroclty t P.iit Hf lwn tlnllrd
Hlitttinml Camilla New Htnliip.
AVi'h the inouguration of Im
perial two-cont postage, Canada
began icciprooity of postago with
the United States. Thon it eeom
etl aa going to happen that it
would cost one cent raoro to send
a letter from, soy, Montreal to tbo
noarot town at homo that, from
there to San Francisco. Howover,
tho Dominion Government gave a
pleasant now ypar surprise to the
people by bringing down domojtio
postage to the Imperial and Inter
linliouiil rat03. A letter may now
bo sent from Onnnda to any part
of tho British Empire or tho
United Sates for two cents or the
same postage that is chared on a
lotter from Honolulu to Ponrl
The Unit d btates and Canada
have also iust agreed to accept as
privato mailing cards tho mailing
cards of each other; when bearing
tho stamps of the country where
they are mailed. This reciprocal
nrraneoment was made witu a
view to avoid considerable aunoy
onco in refusine postal transmis
sion whoro travellers both ways
writ homo on cards of their own
Commissioner Keuny, the
Brit.sh representative at Honolulu,
who is a btamp collector, has re
ceived sample of the Imperial
penny postage stamp. It is an
elaborate deeigu, consisting of a
map of tho world with British
po-if'efisioue in red.
Cli.rjnl Willi .1Illcloua Injury,
Ou complaint of Fruik Ferrpira
yoHterflay, young Ueoigo Lucas
whs arreted ami the oliargo of
malicious injury placed opposite
bin name Ferreira believes Lucas
is tho boy who cut off the hair of
his horso Wednesday night at
Thoma enuaro. Ho claims that
Lucas is tho vountr fellow who
stood on the corner and laughed
nt him when he found his horse
minus tail and mano. Tho case
camirup today but wont ovor until
Fort AMATEUtt PIIOTOatlAPIIKIIH. h
Exerllent Opportunity OfTar'tl nt Le
The students in photography
would do well to visit Mr. 0. L.
Lo Munyon's art gallory In tho
Lovo build inc. Tho meohanical
department is fitted with develop
ing and washing tanks of Hie
latest and most improved design
and of a ize that will take an
entire lilm roll, making it un
necessary for tho operator to han
dlo tho lattor, thus avoiding all
risk of scratching or fingering.
Negatives aro hero dried by the
aid of electrio fanB, euabling work
to betur.ued out on tbo shortest
possible notice. The operating
room is surrounded by broad
working benches capablo of ac
comodating six operators, and if
business continues at its pro-tout
rate, additional space will bavo to
bo added. Hugo washing and
touiug tanks in the finishing room
allow of the completion of six
hundred prints per diem, while
tho printing framos that surround
tbroo sides of tho room show
great possibilities in tho way of
successful work. Tuo studio at
present occupiod by Mr. Cogs
well, portrait artist, will be takeu
ovor by Mr. Li Munyoo and will
be opn to tin gojural public on
February 1st us a stu Ho and
waiting room. Two display chspb
respectively -10x52 a id UOx-il),
filled with-beautiful reproductions
of Hawaiian scenery, will grace
tho Btreet entrance. Amateurs
are cordially invited to call and
reap tbo auvautngca of the dark
room nud provisional adviai freo
Tlmt hlimll III Iml Nun,
Kauleinawai, the small blind
man who blows horns on the
streets and is oftentimes a nuis
ance, was summoned notoro mar
shal Drown ibis morning. The
marshal gavo him a lecture as to
his actions on the streets of Into
and warned him to go about his
business quietly after this.
Tt. M". WbitehouBehnH returned
from a business trip to Maui.
CONTRACT LABOR .ASSAILED
By Mr. Weber in Maiden Speech Before
OthT Matters Heard and Adjudged by Ap
Tribunal Filial Act of Devisees
MR. HAYWOOD AND HARBOR
Gives Yiews on Improvement
Coaling Station Rather Than Navy Yard-
New Crew for Dredger a Myth Dredger
Belongs to the United States.
f Good Tea
I Honolulu ? I
We awoke to a realizing sense of
your "pilikia" months ago, and
have since been systematically at
work searching through lines of
samples, as we could procure them,
(.any old thingwon't satisfy us when
buying), for just what we desired.
At last we have accumulated a stock
which we are willing to submit to
you. Pure, delicious teas they are,
in the'old-fashioned lead-lined chests.
Teas that we'll sell to you by
honest sixte?n-ounce weight.
Teas that you may examine in
broad daylight before you hand your
have never been
since they left the
HERB'S THE LIST:
GUNPOWDER. The kind that
Grandmother has such pleasant recollec
tions of. , ,
1JASKBT-F1RED JAPS. "Spider
Lee" types pure, uncolored teas.
PAN-HIKED JAPS. Commonly
alled "Green Teas."
YOUNG HYSONS. Another of the
"Green Tea" types.
UNGLIS1I BREAKFASTS. (Con
gous). Richest, heaviest, most bracing of
all Teas. You'll find ours perfect.
OOLONGS. From Formosa, one of
the banner tea districts of the world.
CEYLONS. A line that's making a
name for Itself In the world.
ASSAMS. (Orange Pekoes). Teas
of India. Similar to the Ceylons, though
of flavors peculiarly their own.
BLENDS. Our "Waverley Blend,"
from fanciest blacks; "Premium. Blend,"
from fanciest blacks and greens; and
"Guaran-Tea Blend,"from standard blacks,
are scientific combinations of the most
delicately flavored of the above-mentioned
varieties, and teas which we guarantee to
be of gretest st'rengtli and most delicate
llavors omamaoie, anu, aoove an,
Drop in, examine our goods, (test them, if you like. AT OUR EXPENSE), make
the most searching inquiry Into our methoJsrtlien decide where you wish to trade.
$ Your neighbors tried ItAND THEY'RE ON'OUR LIST, Think it over.
J. T. wAterhouse
. WAVERLEY BLOCK
GROCERIES ...e CROCKERY ...c HARDWARE
k -i- Established 1851- Leaders 1800
i Can Get It
Tho Supreme Court constituted
by Chief Justice Judd, Associate
Justico Whitiog and Circuit
Judge Perry is honring the con
tract labor caspsof Houomu Sugar
Co. oguinst Q. Zeluch nud A.
Sayowiz, two Austrian laborers.
Mr. Webor of Monsnrrat & Weber,
who is n young lareyo s 'ntely ar
rived, mndo his maiden speech be
fore this Court, attaokiug tho
constitutionality of tho Hawaiian
contract labor law. Tho address
is charactorized by lawores nnd
others who heard it ns n fine effort.
It maintained that Hawaii penal
contracts to labor involved "invol
untary sorvitude," l. o., slayory.
Mr. finllou was replying when the
court took noon recess.
Bolow is an abstract of Mr.
Wobor's brief. Tho fiwl part
shows jurisdiction. "Tho Consti
tion of the United Slates, tho
organic act providing for tho gov
eminent of a torritory, and such
other laws of Congress as aro
made applicable thoreto, consti
tuto tho supremo law of such ter
ritory." Thon tho following num
bered points are elaborated:
1. Tlio law directly contravenes
the Thirteenth Amendment to tho
Constitution of tho United States:
"Neither slavery nor involun
tary servitude, oxcept as a punish
ment for crime, wuereof tuo party
shall have boen duly convicted,
shall exist within tho Unit oil
Statos, or any place subject to
Mr. Weber produced a miuhty
host of authorities, including this
from Blaine's "Twenty Years of
"The languago of tho Thirloentli
Amendment is so comprehensive
and absolute, that vital questions
of law are not likely at any timo
to arise under it."
Ami this to show tho nature of
tho Hawaiian law, from 3 Haw.
810, Coolidgo v. Puaaiki:
llio Hawaiian Masters anu
Servants Act is an instrument put
into tho hands of tbo employer of
contract labor on the Hawaiian
Islands, for the purpose of speci
fically enforcing his private con
tract with tho laborer."
Here U a proposition that alono
ib sopportod by twolvo American
"One of tho elomonts of porsonal
liberty, evorywhoro rocognizod
within tho jurisdiction o( tun
Unit-d Stains i the common law
right of a rvuut to chaiigo bis
employment eul jeot 'o no rontraint
upon tho part of his master,."
2. Tho offenBe comes witliin tho
provisions of Article V., Amend
ments to tho Constitution of the
Unitod Statos,requiriug a present
ment or indictment by a grand
3. Tho law under which tho
FALLS OF CLYDE ARRIYES
Ship Bought in San Francisco
Will Load Sugar Here and Will Then Return to
be Changed Into a Four Hasted Bark
Will Carry 3100 Tons.
Continued on Puiju 8.
Made from Pure Grape Cream
It has boen common knowledge
for tho past weok or two tlmt ro
presenlatives of contracting firms
were in Honolulu from tho main
land lookiug into tho matter of
wharf-construction for tho United
States Govornmout. Tenders for
tho work havo been iuvited by ad
vertisement in San Francisco.
Consul General Win, Haywood
was seen at tho Consulate this
morning and asked for informa
tion on tho subject. Ho readily
complied to tho extent with which
ho find thus far been
informed himself. This, howover,
is not great, hs the documouts ho
should bo supplied with are uot
yet at hand. The specifications
havo uot arrived, nor has tho Con
sul General even recoivod n copy
of tho advertisement calling for
At tho samo timo Mr. Haywood
has a tolcgrnin in his possession
from Commodoro Bradford, chiof
of tho Bureau of Equipment, ad
dressed to prospective contractors
in San Francisco. In this
tho chief states that all
required information may
be obtained from tho ' Con
sul Gonernl of tho United
States at Honolulu. It is
on this authority that tho ngonts of
contractors bavt corno to coumlt
with thi Consul Gouoral as well
as to view the ground.
"The Buroau of Equipment,"
says Mr. Haywood, "Las charge
of till coaliqg stations. This jh
primarily a coaling station. If it
woro regular unvy docks that were
in contemplation, the work would
come under tho Bureau of Yards
Mr. Haywood, notwithstanding
the lack of official data, has a
quito comprehensive idea of tho
general plan of tho now coaling
docks. Thoro nro to be two docks
with a capacity of two ships, aud
having a depth of thirty feot or
tho samo as that on the bar. On
the inner side of tho dock farthest
iu tho one that tho Hawaiian
Government has boon excavating
is to bo built a wharf at right
angles and llush with tho l'aoiho
Mail wnarf. Then civina space
for two ships to lio in that dock, a
now wharf iB to bo built between
tboro aud the marino railway.
Beyond this second wharf unothor
dock iB to be excavated, also wido
euough for two ships. But, in tho
case of this dock, a wharf on the
marine railway flank is not lo bo
built for tho present. There ib
a strip of land belonging to the
UiBbop instate bordering the bead
of the dock spaco ou that side,
which lies in tho way of wharf
construction that would mako tho
whole sohomo symmetrical. It is
probably only a mattor of time,
howover, whon that Bide of the
Bocoud dock will also bo wharfed.
Mr. Haywood was asked tif
tboro was anything true in a
rumor that an entiro crow had ar
rived in tho steamer Australia for
tho Hawaiian dredgo to supplant
tho local crew operating tbo jna
chine. Tbo Consul General had heard
nothing of tho kind. Thoro could
not possibly bo any foundation
for tho rumor, because anybody
in charge of Buoh an expedition
would havo to report to him.
"Probably thoBtory oriuiuatedi"
Mi, Haywoodsnid, "from tho fact
that n representative of tho firm
that built tbo dredgo is here, and
no doubt spends a good deal of
timo about the macbiuo "
This disposal of n Honolulu
rumor lod to a question regarding
tuo application ot a contracting
Continued on Pago 4.
REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS
CHRIST. Services In Mllibnl Hall, rear
of Opera House, next Sunday as follows:
io a. in. Minu.iy scnooi ; preaciunn in Ha
waiian 1 1 a. in. and 6:jo p. in. Preach
Iiir in linRllsh at 7:jo p. m. by Elder
U. W. Greenes subject, "Christ's Mis
sion to the Spirit World ; or, Probation
After Death." All are Invited to come
IIO.VOUS KOK .MIC FIIKI.V.
Tho Hawaiian ship Falls of
Olydo, Chas. Mafson master, ar
rived in port this foronoon nftor a
trip of nineteen days from San
Frnncisco with a cargo of 800 tons
of general morchaudiso, forty
mules aud oight horses consigned
to W. G. Irwin tfc Co. Tho FnlU
of Clyde was charted by J. D
Spreckels & Co. Sho will dis
charge hor cargo hero and will
then tako on a full load of sugar
for San Francisco.
It will bo remembered that, up
on the arrival of Marshal Brown
from San Francisco a phort time
ago, montion wa mado of his hav
ing bought tho British ship Falls
Just beforo leaving Sau Fran
cisco, the Falls of Clydo obtaiued
her temporary register from tho
Hawaiian consul thoro aud then
put up the Hawaiian flag with tho
namo ot A. iU. .Drown on tue pa
pers as tho owner of tbo ship.
The British flag, in tho moautime,
had been haulod down uud the
captniu and crew sent back to
When the Falls of Clyde has
completed her work iiero aud
obtained her permanent Hawaiian
registor in the same manner as
tho Eutorno, Star of Italy 'and
other vessels. bIio will go back
to San Francisco, thero to bo
changed into a four masted bark
This will necessitate many
changes. The old houso astern of
the mizzon mast, will ho used as n
donkey house, while tho ouo for
wnrd and recently put up, will bo
used for the cook, tho galley, the
forecastle nnd the carpenter's and
From Sau Francisco, tho Falls
of Clydo will go to Hilo and will
thon remain permanently on tho
Mntson Line, (.8 a sugar carrier.
Captain Clin9. Matson, formerly
of tho Lurlino and lator of tho
Annie Johnson, is mas tor of the
Falls of Clyde. Ho is directly
intoroated in tbo Mntson Com
paoy. It is rumored that another
ship will eoon bo added to tho
Hilo line as two other Hawaii
plantations have given tboir work
to tuo jUatsons.
Tho first raato is Mr. Tnrne,
fnrmorly captain of tho Andrew
Welch, Mohican aud tho lato mate
of the It. P. ltitbot.
Tbo Falls of Olydo is a fiuo big
ship built in Glasgow, for tbo
Falls of Olydo Shippiug Oo. iu
1878. Hor tonnage is 1741 audi
hor carrying capacity about 3100
Her last trip boforo being sold
to Marshal Brown, was from Port
land to England with grain nnd
return to San Francisco with co
mout. This cargo was 2800 tons
carried in deep sea nnd, according
to that, sho will be ablo to tako
3100 or 320U tons of sugar.
Tho forty mules on tho rails ot
Olydo aro for tho Honolulu Sugar
Co Tho eight horses includes a
Gno black trotting stallion for W.
G. Irwin, two grays for tho police
patrol wagon and fivo othors for
Tho two grays for tho patrol
wajon are very heavy horses and,
nt a glanco, would seom to bo un
Buitablo for bucIi a purpose, parti
cularly of long runs such ns to
tho halfway bouse in Nuuauu Val
ley, are to bo mado.
ThoTpatrol wagon will bo fin
ished uoxt month and will bo sent
to Honolulu at the very Cist op
Abrnham MannBi, formor,ly pr
80U luna, has boon placed on the,
Patrol. Manaso is a graduato of
Kamohamelia School' aull was onu
of tho best atblotes while thoro.
A local gputlomoti has recoived
a letter from a friend iu Bilti
inoro speaking in the bigVst
tfrms of the work of P. J. Fruin,
who was very favorably koown in
Honolulu while a professor at
Oahu college. Mr. Frein was tho
successful contestant for a Uni
versity Fellowship, his essiy hav
ing won him tho higheot honor of
tho University from tho Board of
University Studies. Bosidcs the
mniked hotior of the acccptauco
of his work over all competitors,
tlit'ro was n cash remuneration of
SS00. Mr. Frein is continuing
his etiulies and expects to rcoeivo
tbo degroe of Doctor of Philoso
phy next June.
Willi Clilnrio (Jumlilrri.
Deputy Marshal ChillingW' rth
ami Bicycle Patrolman Clnm.'
linker made a raid ou a Chiueso
gambling du near tho old tish
market' wharf last night. Tho
place whs so well shut up that
Chillingw irth whb forced to go
through tho roof int the gam
bling room. As he was doing so,
he mis?od calculations a bit and
fell to the ilnor. As he did so, his
right arm Blruck tho gambling
table and was so badly bruised ns
tn require the eorviceB of a physi
cian. Notwithstanding this rct, twen-ty-ooe
out of about sixty China
men woro captured. Chilling-
worth says that doors suddenly
made their apparauce ou all
mdos. In the Police Court '.his
morning, fourleon of the twenty
one plead guilty nnd were fined
$4 nud costs each.
L. L. McCaudloss returned
from Kauai y-6terday with his
well boiing outfit, which housed
t.i sink another well for Mr.
Liudemanii. Thore nro now
two on.thftt gentleman's plnco.
Mr. McCatidless Hays that
Mr. Lindemaun recently let thioe
rnbiuB loose on his plnce. Two
How away immediately nnl one
remained about tho plac! for sev
eral dnyj before leaving. Mr.
Lindcninuu has stfuio mocking
birds and some other from Ger
many which ho is keeping iu tho
house until thoy havo become
used to the climate, lie will then1
tot them free.
Highest Honors World's Fall
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair,
v K Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS 17'? STANDARD
lln 1111 llni llirn Itnturnril,
Last night a hack jippearo 1 at
the place whore the infnut
.wns loft a short time siuco. Thero
was n hurried conversation, a white
bniidln was pUced in the carringe
aud tho driver whipped up his
hursc. The child was takeu hack
to its mother.
Notril Puiitomliiltt Drail.
Now York, 3u. 11. Augliquo
Ravel, tbo star of tho fainum
'Ravel family, pantominists nnd
tho last survivor of the fani'lv, is
doad in this city, ngod 82 yenc
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