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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULL, H. I., APEIL 14, 1891).
IHave moved their law offices to the
Judd Block, Rooms 308 and 309.
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
mORNEY AT LAW
CHARLES F. PETERSON!
Attorney at Law and
JOHN L. KAULUJiOU,
BETHEL ST., HONOLULU.
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attornoy and Counsellor nt
Orflco: In tho Occidental llotol, cor-
nerot King and Alakoa Streets, Hono-
W. C. Acui. Enoch Johnson.
Attornoys anil Counselors
Offlco No. lOWcM Klugstreot.
P. M. BROOKS,
Corner Fort nJ Hotel streets,
Over FalrchllJ's Shoe Store,
HONOLULU, H. I.
M. O. IUricv. Frederick W. Hankey.
BARNEY & HANKEY,
Till practice In ill the Hawaiian and United SUtes
Rooms 11-12, PROGRESS BLOCK,
Cor, fort and Beretanta streets.
Will practice In all the U. S. Federal
and State Courts,
Progress Clock, cor, tleretanla and Fort streets.
a : Rooms 5 and 6.
B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
HAS MOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
T. McCants Stewart,
ATTOR N E V-AT-L A W,
HAS MOVED to the Model Block, Fort
street, opp. Catholic Church.
Surgeons and Physicians.
DR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
SORNER IIERETAXIA AND PUNCH
Offlco Hour: 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
p. 111. j 7 tn 8 p. in. Sundays: 8 to 10
a. 111. Telephono 610. P. O. Box 601 .
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR,
3 KING ST., NEXT OPERA HOUSE.
Hours: 0-10 a. in., 13 p. m.,7-8 p.m,
Mondays, 12-2 p. in.
Telephone 7-11. 1 107-3 m
IDR. C. L. GARVIN
Office: 637 Kino Struct, near Punch
bowl, Honolulu, II. I.
TELEPHONE No, 448
Hours: 0 to 11 n. in,; 1 to 3 p.m.;
' 7 to 8 p. 111.
A. C.WALL,D O S.,
. O.E.WALL, D.D.S.,
Heir Love's BnlUlinc, Foit Street)
DR. F. E. CLARK,
SJ-14 Progress Block, corner Boretanla
and Fort Streets, ironolulu.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
Jo. 219 llotol stroot, Telophone 505.
HOURS: 0 to 12 a.m. and 1 to A p.m.
Free Concert Nightly
By tho Quaker Medicine Co.,
CORMKIt Or FOItT AND IlCnKTAMA STS.
Chamjo of Program Nightly 1170
Anyone found trespassing on my Plan'
Utlon at Hanalel, Kauai, after 8 o'clock
r. in. will be prosecuted according to law.
SEE TAI WAI.
187-2111 Hanalel, Kauai.
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"THAT MAN IS FRUGAL
And content indeed,
Who finds food, solace
& IN A WEED."
Note the following
popular brands oi" our
direct from the
Napoleon the First, Caballeros size, 100 In
Napoleon the First, Camellas size, 100 In
Afrlcano, Conchas Selectas, 50 In a box.
JOCKey i-iUD, ico in a dox.
" Delmonlcos, 25 In a box.
Adellna Pattl, Esplenldos, "
" " Presldentes, "
Cnsnndra Regalia, Gloriosa, 50 In a box.
La Travlata Regalia, Nonpareil, 100 In box.
Henry Clav, Camellas. 50 In a box.
" Purltanas, Finos, 50 In a box.
Bock & Co., " " " "
H. Upmann. Cosmopolltanos, 50 In a box.
Alexander Humboldt, Paclficos.so In a box.
Alexander Humboldt, Kepumicanos, 50 oox
R. Fulton, Conchas Especlals, 50 Inn box.
" Recuerdos, 25 In a box.
La Inlimldad de Antonino Caruncho, 50 b.
La Espanola Elegantes, 25 In a box.
a-All of which we offer In Quantities
to suit. Special prices to the trade.
Lewis & Co.
211 FORT STREET.
P. J. VOELLER I CO.,
Corner Fort and Hotel streets.
1167 Tr.r.Ki'iioNi: G80.
H. MAY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
515 & 517 Fort St., Honolulu
relephoner 22 P.O. Box 470
MBTHOPOUTAH MEAT CO.
108 KING STREET.
Q. J. Waller, : : Manaqku
Wholesale and Retail
BEST OP MEATS.
Families doslrlng tendor roasts.
Juicy steaks and chops should
call on tho
Central Meat Market
Wo make a specialty of family trade
and sell tho best at reasonable
H. E, GARES, Proprietor.
214 Nuuanu St. Telophono 104.
LATEST STYLES JEWELRY
By last steamer from the Coast.
THE REGULAR THING
At my store, where the
BEST CUSTOM WORK
la done repairing and new work
both. Pins, rings, bracelets, watch
H. G. BlART . 404 Fort St
'II- I' ,'i 1 r,v
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
ED. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
Office and Parlors
611 & 610 Fort St. , near Hotel.
W, 0, SMITH'S YIEWS
Following is a memorandum on
the labor ttituation by W.O Smith:
What is the intention:
To prevent furtuor introduction
of Japanese ? or
To shift the responsibilities of
their introduction from the Gov
ernment to tho Planters ?
The object of Act 17 of the Ro
public wns to give tho Govern
ment control over the immigration
Under tho labor convention with
Japan, such control existed, but
whon the Planters and Japanese
Immigration Companies began to
introdnce tho laborers without re
gard to the convention, Act 17 was
proparod nnd enacted to mcot tho
Tho United Statoa statutes are
opposed to tho introduction of as
And if the proposition now un
der discuesion id for the purpose
of conforming with tho spirit of
Jho U. S. statute, I fail to soo'how
it will accomplish tlmt object.
Should tho granting of any
moro.nermita bo refused. omrl ov
ers then will soek to bring in tho
muorois under tho provisions of
Act GG, Prov. Gov. as amended bv
Act 3 of tho Republic; which por
mits thorn to come, provided each
laborer is under a labor contract
of not less than two yoars.
If, however, it is the intention
to pi event the immigration of any
more "assisted" immigrants, bv
construing Act GG and Act 17 to
gether, and enforcing thorn,
tuo issuo should be squarely
pieBOutfd. For it will oddIv to
European laborers as well as
If contract laborers aro to bo
refused lauding, and "only thoso
allowed to land who can oroduce
S50, one of two results will bo
likely to follow:
(1) Tho spirit of tho law will bo
so easily ovadod that tho immi
gration will bocome practically
(2) Or, constant friction and
difficulty will arise, and an unde
sirable stato of irritation provok
ed both with the Japanoso and
Planters, and much hardship
I would suggost that a definito
conclusion should be arrived at
upon the question of whether or
not moro "assisted" immigration
should bo allowed.
If tho determination is to pre
vent tbo admission of any moro of
that class, lot the fact be rnado
known, and proceed to enforco it.
If it is not tho intontion to
wholly provont suoh immigration
but only to diminish tho number.
I beliovo it would bo a great mis-
tauo lor tuo Uovernmont to re
linquish tho control it has of do
tormining tho number which will
bo allowed to come.
In considorincr tho nronosition
to admit larno numbers of JaDa-
noso laborors, in addition to thoso
now bore, tho first auestion is:
Will it bo for tho good of this
country? Tbonoxtis: How will
it be viewed in tho United States?
If upon considering these ques
tions the conclusion is reaohod
that a limited number only should
be permitted to come, then decido
upon that numbor, and inform
tho Planters that any abovo that
numbor must bo sought from
If the conclusion is that no
more should come, mako tho de
cision and enforco it.
But if more Japanoso lnborors
aro to come, whether to tho num
bered dosired by the Planters or
a smallor number, by all means
retain control of tho immigration.
Personally I am in favor of the
Government taking a firm stand
in this matter, at tho same time
following a polioy which will not
cause unnecessary intorruption of
Political stability is now as
sured and permanont relations
with tho Unitod States establish
ed. And tho necessity of depend
ing upon cheap Asiatic labor is
removed. But employors will not
seek the higher priced labor so
long as tho cheaper class is avail
able. Why not grant pormits fora
reasonablo numbor of Japanese
for tho now plantations just being
started and very fow for tho cb
tablished plantations which al
ready uavo largo numbors.
And inform them all that it is
tho purpose in tho near futuro to
refuao permits for any more Japa
nese laborers coming nndor con
Eithor tho abrupt termination
of Japanoso immigration at this
juncture or their uncontrolled in
flux would bo a public calamity.
After tho whole of tho U. S. im
migration laws aro oxtended to
these Islands, "assisted emi
grants will not bo permitted to
land from foroign countries. And
then laborors will havo to bo
sought in othor ways.
Moanwhile is it not best to
keop tbo control of tho immigra
tion, and at tho samo timo pursuo
a course which will oompol Beck
ing laborers from othor sourcos?
It should bo borno in mind that
aftor tho U. S. laws aro in forco
tho bringing of laborors from tbo
Unitod Statos to thoso Islands
will not be assisting FOREIGN
Steps should be takon to induce
Amoncan farm laborers to come
The increasing numbor of Japa
noso laborors in theso islands,
and especially gathered in largo
number in isolated placos, is a
growing menaco to tho public
peaco and safely.
I am of tho opinion that hereto
foro tho contract system has boon
a great protection to tho commu
nities of theso Islands. It has
been in tbo naturo of polico re
gulation, and has been on im
portant factor in preserving law
It has also boon a proloction to
tho laborers. Tho law providos
for tho onforcomont of tho con.
tract against tho laborer.
W. O. Smith.
Honolulu, April 11, 1899.
By ordering a PHOTO BUTTON for
75 cents or $1 we present to you a Ticket,
which entitles you to a sitting at Williams'
Photographic Gallery (either single or
Tickets an be had from
Office OOO Fort St., nr. Bcrctnnin
(Above Dewey Restaurant). Jr" ,.
This Is positively the only way to pre
serve Photos. They will last a lifetime.
We turn out the finest work
at the most reasonable prices.
Souvenir Views of the Islands
in endless variety.
At tho Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
Tie Lute Princess Maui.
FIFTY DIFFERENT VIEWS
TO SELECT FROM, 8x10. AT
PHOTOGRAPHIC CO., LTD., YV
Comer Fort and Hotel Sts. M
BANKO -H. JCOBAYASHI,
Model Block, Fprt and Beretanla Sts.
Cor. Queen and Fort Sts.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
Hay, Grain, Toed,
Egyptian Corn, oto.
Our Goods aro Always Frosh.
Island Orders Solicited.
f Incorporated Under tub Law
I of tub Hawaiian Republic.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
Ciias, M. Cookk, President.
J. B. ATHEnTON, Vlco-Prosldent
O. II. Cookk, Cashier.
F. C. Athkkton, (Secretary.
F. W. Macfarlano,
E. D. Tonnoy,
J. A. McCandloss.
Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Cor
poratlons, Trusts, Individuals, and will
carefully and promptly attend to all
business connoctod with banking on
trusted to It. Soli and purchaso Foroign
Exchaugo, issue Letters of Credit.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT !
Ordinary and Term Deposits rocolvod,
and Intorost allowod In accordance with
rulos and conditions printed in Pass
books, copies of which may bo had upon
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
O. G. TRAPHAGEN,
223 Merchant St,, Honolulu,
Between Fort and Alakca,
Telephone : : : 734
OF ALL KINDS,
Dealers in Lumbor and Goal.
ALLEN & HOB1NSON,
Quoon stroot, Honolulu.
Contractor and Builder.
House Moving, and all Kinds of Heavy Weights
NO. 61, TORT STREET. HONOLUtU.
(Opposite Club Stables).
Residence Telephone oo. n6--t
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
Rooms 4 and to,
To My Patrons, and the Public.
Having recovered from my re
cent illness, I am again propared
to do all kinds of TinBmith and
Flambing work as heretofore.
Thanking you for past favors. I
respeotfuily solicit a continuance
OE U1U bllUiO. , '
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
tar Tel. 844.
A New Paint Shop.
Having associated with us Mr. John
II. west, a practical liouso rainier,
Decorator and Wood Polisher, wo aro
now prepared to give estimates on all
kinds of work In that lino.
Mr. Wost having had a practical ox
porlonco of ovor twonty years in Ban
Francisco and othor largo cities on tho
Coast, we fool confident that any work
nntniRtnil to us will crlvo ontlre Ha 1 1 sf ac
tion to our patrons.
Peerless wserYing Faint uo.
DECORATING AND NATURAL
H WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
TlNTER : : :
Next to Police Station
M IE. XHTflSAHr.
Marblo, O ranlto and Hawaiian Stone
TILING, COUNTER TOPS,
Fort Street, opposite Chinese Church.
All kinds of Lettering and Carving.
Estimates FurnUbod. 11-10
Three Points :
Is what you should consider and decide
when buvlne Monuments. We will trv
and help you out on all these.
1 he only marDie mat is impervious to
liquids and will not stain Is the KENE
SAW GEORGIA AND ITALIAN
MARBLE. We are the sole agents for
this marble on the Hawaiian Islands, and
will be glad to show you our samples and
designs at our office and salesrooms.
We are In position to furnlsli stone cope
Ing cheaper than any firm In Honolulu.
Be sure and get prices before buying.
Hawaiian Iron Fonco and Monu
Tolophona K02 Oil King stroot
Wm. G. Ibwik.
aoNObUivu - . -
Him FranHtco AgmU Tn NvD Bunt o
draw xcnAJia on
4am Francisco The NeTsdt, Bank ol Ban
London Tho Union Back of London. Ltdi
Sivr York American Exchange National
CmciAOO Merchants National Bank,
Paris Comptolr National d'Escompt da
BiBLTH Drcednor Banki
Bonokono and ToEoniMA Hongkong A
Shanghai Banking Corporation,
N-w Za aland and Australia Bank of Now
Victoria and Vancootbr Bank of British
ransact a Qeceral Billing and Eicliaii2e Business
Depotsts Rccelred. Loans mado on Ap-
B roved Bccnrlty. Commercial and Traveler!
redlts Issued. Bills of Exchango bongbt
COLLBOTIOMS PROMITLT AOCOUNTSD FOR.
EISHQP m. 3Q.
Savings Deposits will be
rocelved and interest allowed by this
Bank at four and one-half per cent,
per annum. Tho torms, rules and
regulations of tho Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Batik hnvo boon adoptod as far as
it is practicable to apply thorn, and the
Cash ltesorvo of (50.000 as'requlred un
der the Postal Act will bo maintained.
Printod coplos of tho Rulos and Reg
ulations may bo obtained on application.
111SHOP & CO.
BISHOP cSc CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
xble in all the principal cities
)f tho world.
Interest allowed aftor July
1, 1898, on fixed doposits 3
months 3 per cent., 6 months
3 per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
A$tct8, Dee. 31, 1898, $110,803.38
Monoyloanod on approved socurity.
A Savings Hank for monthly doposits.
Houses built on tho monthly install
Eighteenth Sorlos of Stock Is now
Officehs: T. F. Lansing, President;
S. B. Roso, Vico-Prosident; C. IJ. Gray,
Treasurer; A. V. Goar, Socretary.
DinEOTOits : T. F. Lansing, S. B. Rose,
A. V. Goar, A. W. Kooch, J. G. Roth
well, Henry Smith, J. J. MoLoan, J. D.
Holt, 0. B. Gray.
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Soorotary.
Chambor of Commerce rooms.
Offlco Hours: 12:30-1:30 p. in.
Tfje foohama Specie BanLr
Subscribed Capital Yen 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 10,500,000
Reserve Fund Yen 7,300,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES ANT AOP.MnTWn
Kobe, London, Lyons, New York.
Ban Francisco, Shanghai.
Bombay, Hong Kong,
Tim TlAnlr III, vn nn1 Muutlna. Aa aaII....
Hon Bills of Exchange, issues Drafts and
Letters of Credit on tlm lnvn nmnin
and Agenclos, and transacts a general
un 1 xea uepos I lor months, 4 per ctnt p. a.
On rUel Deposit lor 6 months, w
On fuel Deposit for 1 mos. i
uy we neaa unite at Yokohama, on Current D
po.lt. 4 per cent per annum.
Un rued Deposit for is months, 6 per cent p. a.
New Republic Banding. in"lng St, Honololi
The . . .
Cor. Alakea & Halekauwila Bto,
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand,
Efltlmntnn rrlvnn fn- linnao ml--
tag and Eleotrioal plants.
marino wiring a epeoialty,