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Evns'iN'o nw.LwriN, Honolulu, h. t., Tuesday august 20. 1901.
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Publlfhed Every Day Except Sunday,
At 210 King Street. Hrnolulu,
T. It., by the
PULLETIN PUBLI3HINO CO., LTD.
WALLACE II. FAIUUNOTON... Editor
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lulu as second-class matter.
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Per year, anywhere In U. S.... 8.00
Per year, postpaid, ro-elgn 13.00
Payable luvnrlubly In advance.
Post OMcc llox "IS
...AUGUST 20, 1 901,
Ilr'cr inbblt, lie lay low. And
Advertiser takes to the woods.
Having n new rnllco'id nnd a new
steamir Hllo U fast reaihlng the p.itii-
tlon where bIic can refuse to take dust
from any progressive town.
Talk of the Columbia being selected
to defend tho America cup this year
suggests that Llpton would have mads
no mistake by making his fight with
the old Shamrock.
Judge Estec doesn't want to be Gov
ernor. That Is settled beyond a doubt,
but It Is safe to say the olllco will be
seeking someone before the next Con
gressional session closes.
It Is not necessary to hit a man In
the head with a brick to convince the
small financier as well as the large one
that his money Is placed more safely
In real estate than In stocks.
Chief Justice Frcar seems to have
made a hugo success as a tamperer
with tho Grand Jury. Tho Chief Jus
tice, however, finds no one competing
with him to secure credit for the Job.
The Advertiser Is having a terrible
time over what It Is leased to term
fake dispatches of It J lontemporarles.
The Advertiser makes the mistake of
Judslng an honest newspaper by Its
own dishonest standards.
The public Is pleased to know that
Daniel A. Kay, United States Marsha!,
has an Income outside what he might
cam for the production of long left.ra
dealing with his Ideas on tho political
situation In the Islands.
Tailing stray shots at Clilm.iucn Is n
form of amusement appropriate only
to Uoxer rebellions. The result of tha
Ewn ntfalr bids fair to no sufficiently
eerlous to proto u lesion to nil young
men for some time to come.
The Idea that taxes aro not high in
Honolulu Is fast being exploded by tho
piocecdlngs of the tax commission.
The property owner of this Territory la
being cinched for taxes hardly 1'ost
than tho Chinese who have an Indem
nity to pay.
The only satisfactory method for ad
justing tho price of labor Is to adjust
the supply of laborers. It will be a
dlillcult If not Impossible tnsk for any
plantation manager to hold TT a fixed
scale of wuges when he has a field of
cano tu be cut nnd must havo the labor
to save the thousands of dollars tho
Federal authorities aro raising no
objections to free laborers entering Ha
waii from any country except China.
Why should Hawaii then seek special
favors In dealing with a country whoso
people aro tho only ones on the face
of tho globe subject tu n special exclu
sion law. If Hawaii Is against tho
exclusion law tho business like nnd
politic method Is to Join tho antl-cxclu-
slon forces nnd fight It out on that ba
els. Special favors are hard to get
from tho American Government.
Will tho white man, the American
farmer work In tho can') llelds o! Ha
The American farmer will do an)-'
thing in the way of honest labor pro
vldcd ho has the proper surrounding's
nnd the piuper Incentive. The Amerl
can farmer first consldcts his home,
tha predominating Influences that will
effect his family. He then figures
the returns for his labor. The Amci I-
can farmer will not put himself on
the same plane as a servile laboring
class as found In tho Southern Stoles
or In countries where Orientals aiu
employed to perform the druSgcry. It
there aro Inequalities as represented by
master and servant tho American
farmer will bo master or nothing. As
a rule he will eke out a poor but In
dependent living on a scrub farm In the
north rather than go into the fields
m tho South on tho same plane as tho
negro and make doyblo tho money. He
prefers carving out his own fate In tho
wild west to making a home In the
South where by virtue of custom nnd
tho character of his work he will ap
proach the level of r. servile negro
Tho same Idea holds good In HawaJI
sugar fields, to the average American
farmer the Oriental labor of Hawaii Is
placed In much the same category as
negro labor of tho South. It Is not
to much a question whether the Amer
ican farmer Is physically tiblc to do the
work as It Is whether he will accept
tho conditions. Ho will readily take
u position as hum and refuse to work
fcldu by side with a Japanese In thn
field though tho latter form of labor
might bring him In more money.
Furthermore curious and inconsist
ent ideas havo become so well estab
lished that they havo to ho reckoned
as facts. A white man wfll work with
Orientals nnd negroes on railroad con
struction or on tho docks and refuse
to associate with tho same class In tha
cotton nnd cano fields, This Is espe
cially true of day labor. This Is due
In some Instances to curious prejudices
and the fact that the man laboring In
plantation llelds, If ho has a family,
usually lias to make his home among
the same class of people he associates
v.'ltli In his dally labor.
It Is safe to say the American farm
cr can never be made to consider Ha
waii sugar plantation ileitis with favor
until such time as he can own tho land
which lie works or till several hundred
families are secured for a plantation
to' that they can establish n commun
ity separate and apart from Oriental
influences. Tho American farmer can
never be a success on any plantation
where the American farmer does not
prcSoinlnate. A hundred American
farmers with tli'clr families would be a
success from the plantation stand
point and would undoubtedly be con
tented. To put an oasis of eight or ten
American families In n desert of Orie
ntal labor is to nBsurc the failure prov
ed by various experiments.
Until the plantations of this Terri
tory can change plantation conditions
on a large scale tho American farmer
will never be obtained for labor In the
cane fields. He can do (he work but
THE NEW BTKIKE LEADER.
Strikes have ever been productive ol
new men. Almost Invariably the great
struggles between labor and capital
have biought new figures before the
public who had previously worked out
the ordinary existence In some obscure
corner of the world. President Shaffer
who Is now conducting the great strug
gle against the steel trust, glvis prom
lee of being the most Interesting and
nttrnttho leader tho labor organiza
tions have yet put to the front.
President Shaffer Is a college gradu
ate and a former Methodist minister
nnd brings into the conlllct two phases
ol character molding entirely new to
labor movements. He gave up tho
ministry on" account of his health nnd
secured employment In ono of tho
Pennsylvania mills lately absorbed by
the trust. Having Joined tho laboring
class, he quickly became ono of them
In thought and action and ftuged his
ay to the front In the counsels of his
associates till ho held the controllng
and directing power. Shaffer's meth
ods of leadership arc thus tar so dis
tinctly free from froth nnd so positive
1 marked with firm determination
that ho gives promise of being tlin
most powerful antagonist the capital
ists have yet encountered.
Prom the very outet Shaffer has ad
monished his followers to keep tho
fence, conduct themselves at nil tlmei
ns law abiding cltlzeii3, to secilre re-
rrults bv exnoundlnc the
their cause rather than nppenl to pre-
Judlce nnd hysterical excitement of
the hour. Unbiased men watching the
trend of his policy believe they sec In
Shaffer's work tho Infltienco of his col
lege education and ministerial labors
as well. Ho is approaching his task
along lines that make for success pro
vided ho can keep his men In line.
If he can provo to the public that
strikes can bo conducted free from
riots nnd loss of life, ho will liavo
gained a point In public favor for the
laboring man nnd his rnuso that
neither Debs, Gompcrs, Mitchell nor
Powtlcrly has over approached.
PIES FOR POSTAGE STAMPS.'i!
Executive Officer Stoncy of the So
lace, one of the most popular officers
In the Navy was standing on tho wharf
tills morning when the Japanese huck
sters were allowed aboard ship. Tho
traders and sailors made a rush at
each other and began doing business,
Mr. Stoncy said It reminded him of
when he was a naval cadet. In thoso
days tho cadets were very fond of pie
r.nd wcro not allowed to draw money
with which to purchase them. They
wero allowed to draw postage stamps
however and d!8 so with which to pur
Among iho passengers fur. Hllo and
way ports In tho Klnnu today wcro
tho following: Miss Hadloy, C. D
Lufkln. a. It. Ewnliko. A. G. Scrrno.
J, S. Canarlo, 8am Nowleln. O. W.
Itoso nnd wife. C. Kaiser, J. Watt and
wife. Miss Knto Cornwell and C. C.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
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LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
4. .;. 4.
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
.J. G. JIOHIQUES, MOP.
Horses and Currlttges
For Bxeurst ns
To the Volcano or tho Mountains.
An excellent chance is offered for
6EFJ THE COUNI 15V.
Carriages meet the S. R. Manna l.oa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookcna. where tho steamer is met
gPI'.CIAL ATTENTION TO
iiR ccntH, nt the
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
GOOD FORM TROUSEtl HANGERS
,., jllE' FAVOIilTB SHIRT MANGER
GOOD FORM COAT HANGER ....
SHELF BARS AND CLOSET LOOPS
These were bought direct from the manufact
ure!, and our prices are marked accordingly.
Lc Pflgca Liquid Glue, In packages ta suit.
Fcntlicr Dimtcrs, fresh from the factory
of the RUSSIA CEMENT COMPANY.
.... Stnnctt'tt Tools
LARGE INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
Pacific Hardware Co.. Ltd.
Si FORT STREE. Z2
One Style Out of Many
of a new
UP - TU
Stylish, roomy ami comfortable.
Standard Goods. None Better.
SCEMAIIS CARRIAGE REPOSITORY,
.n ., MERCHANT ST., BET. FORT AND ALAKEA.
TEL. MAIN 20S. P O. BOX t
i jfOiereiis.bur .wft
Vy E IIAVn every facility for
putting tliCBc tlrcH on
In n reliable and Hutltifactory
C, Fi HERRICK
Carriage Co., Ltd.,
125 MERCHANT ST.
NEXT DOOR TO STANGENWALD BUILDING.
John A. Iiatsing?.i
Agent to grant Marriage Llnes anJ
General Buslnesj Agent. t
Office. McInernyQIock nrxttoC. I. Fal'k
'is. 1 N
ALWAYS Imvc nml
(ilun.vK WILL HE the
The excellence of design
and construction reconv
men-Is themselves to all
Thev are a great caln
over all others in ease
,and strength ns well as
OYSTnit AND CIIOI IIOUKL'.
OPEN NIC.HT AND DAY,
l.uncli anil Dinner a Specialty.
HOTEL STREET, neir Nuuanj, ntit dc.01 to Faddy
Kn' "tncou" Hi-iiu
Deer and Wine Dealer.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
KuikuSt., near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND" IN BOTTLP.
THE NEW DEPOT SALOON
OPENS MONDAY NIGHT
HOME 1WIII handle the new
INDU STRY Honolulu-made Beer only
A COOL, WHOLESOME DRINK.,
Also proprietors of the popular ENCORE
SALOON, NUUANU AND HOTEL STS.
Where the Beer is on Draught To-day
DRINK K0MEL SODA
Nothing llli It to HntlHiy the
thirst. ItV so rcfrcnliln too.
Cni'hoiiatcd only by the i t
Consolidated Soda Water
WORKS CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for the "Territory of Hawaii.
Office and Works Cor. Fort and Allen
Telephone, Alnln 71.
An artlc'e which has stnoj stvere
tests,' and which can te furnished
as wanted, In good condition
Sample can be seen
at the store of
Lewers & Cooke,
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock nnd Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention gives to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 Cnlliornlti St..
Sun FrtinclHCQ, CnI.
W. C. ACH1 & CO
Brokers & Dealers
We will Ruy or Sell Real Estate It
all parts ot tho group.
Wo will Sell Properties on Reason
OFFICE, 10 West Kino sw t
233 MERCHANT STREET.
Property in Town and Buburbs. and
HOUSES TO LET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND B05D BROKEN
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
A. J. Campbell,
Stock nnd Horn! Urolccr.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange
Oince Queen Street, Opposite Union
Titio Job Printing nt tho Bul
HI A tm m HAH-S.rlx.amB
B Wbltft, unnatural dia.
I 'faia or any InflimDia.
(ton ff inuooui mam.
mlwo ChcmimiCo. 'iill'Iv iS",', J,''',
-irr ttnt in piaia wr-prfr.
f i.oo, or 3 Lo.iIm. i.7i.
Urcuur iu&( tu rw.ut.
JBjf la 1 m ft dtji.
Architects, Contractors and Bulldes.
Edward R. Swain,
STANOSSWAID BID . MONOIU
J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
' AND UUILDEkS.
I'. O. B6x ta
Geo. V. Page. Tol. 229
F. V. Bcardsloe. P. O. Box T78
BBARDSLEE tr PAGE
Office, Hooinu 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. M.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished lonBhortNotlco. 1411
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen & Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
P NTRACTOR AND
Jobbing promptly attended to.
i 10 rear or oici stand. Entranco on
I Klnc street. Orders left nt pllhcr hnn
lor office at John Nott's store. King
1 street, will recelre prompt attention.
VV. H. THONE.Prorrletor.
, RINO DP THE. .
C? - E.' - U - B
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
: : : : 618 FORT STREET.
SUble 'Phons, 477
Uaok Stand 'Phonoa, 319 and 71
Drays for, Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from the Coast, and we
check baggage on all outgoing steam-.
Wblte aod Black Sand For Sal;
Offlco with Ererflng Bulletin, 210
King street Tel. 86.
W. LARSEH, MV'r.
FOR BALLAST !f
f W(ilte and Black Sand
( In Quantities to Suit
CORAL ADD SOIL FOR SALE.
Dump Carts furnished by the Day on
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant Street, With Coast Feed Co.
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Tel. White 1221. P. O. Box.551.
Sawlnc, Planing, Turning and
Mill Work In all Its branches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and In large or small
cotton Bros. & co.
ENGINEERS AND : : :
l'ln and tltlmatti furnished for all claiui
ROOM 300. BOSTON CLOCK.
New Map of Oahu.
Compi'td from Government Sun'ei 1 and Charts.
Maosof Suar Plant (lions, Ral!a)s, and Olher
Keilatla Sources. 7HL map is )8x;s inches,
'Vim antallc cotorlnns and neet msumlrc-rrik-Inc
a vary useful as well as ornimcnul wall map
thb pmce of the map is l.o oc. Copies can
be uttalmd from
JAS. T. TAYLOR.
P. O. Iloa to. i Judd Hulldlns, Hi nolulut T, Ih
or HAWAIIAN NEWh LU LTD
llouoluln Iron Works.
Improved und modern SUGAH MA
CIIIN'EUY of every capacity and de
scription made to ordr. Boiler work
nnd IIIVKTKD I'IPKS tor irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tlon paid to JOIl WOUK, nnd repairs
executed at shortest notice.
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mr. H. II. Williams
Art Embrolduy and Stamping,
Full line of Art Materials : ; :
Art Embroidery Taught : : s
Love Building, Fort Street
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