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75 and 71) King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
NOW Is the time to get leaks and
breakages seen to, and your
Roots Put In Order. .
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
Is over, and I am again prepared
to do Plumbing, 8ewerlng and
Sheet Iron Work as heretofore.
Estimates furnished... Work
manship ana material guaran
teed. das. Nott, Jr.,
Store, Bertanla Near Emma St.
lei., White 3571.
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Work.
mttui Strut, tei. Queen and Merchant Honolulu
Jo 1 prcaitlf tlMIM t.
M. White 41 P. O. Wot 370.
Notice to Property Owners.
I have In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
now ready to figurs on your work at the
lowest prices My men are Union Men.
Cive me a tr al.
C. H. BROWN,
feretory Stable. King St.
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
S08 Stangenwald Building
W. AHSiin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Removed to Room 306, Judd Buildipg
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office Bethel 8t., Near the Postoffiee.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island,
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. 0. IIEXRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna Loa
at Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookena, where the steamer Is met
Manufactured from Pure
Delivered free to any pait of
city by ("urteou? drivers,
Oahu Ice and Electric Co.
cL. BLUE 3151
HOFFMAN & MARKHAM.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beav' unch Rooms
F. W. Thrum,
RtiOM 4(10. UOSTON LOCK.
Engraving nn Gold, Silver, Ivory Etc.,
ROOM NO. 3, ELITE BUILDING.
TEL. MAIN 04.
Mrs H H. Williams
Art Embrold'ry and Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : : :
Art Embroidery Taujht : : :
Love MuMitlnp, Port Street
Is not Incurable, as many people sup
pose, liostetter s stomach bitters has
never failed to cure the worst cases.
It cleanses the system of all Impuri
ties, enriches the blood, makes strong
nertcs and cures constipation. Indiges
tion, biliousness, liver and kidney
troubles. A dose before meals will
prevent belching or sourness of the
stomach. Try It. See that Our Private
Revenue Stamp covers the neck of the
A HEARTY Stomach
Surgeons, Fhyslclan. and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
OFFICES: TELE 'HONES l
ROOMS toS-tOC), UFEICI, MAIN, jl).
Fort Sinn, yrnn, .Hi,
HOUHS-n A. m TO i. p m ;
. I TO i P M i T TO S P. M.
P O BOS Sol. SUNDAYS If. P M
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Bcretanla Street,
dOURS-totoi SUNDAY -9 to ii
7 to 8 Telephone 601
OR. J. T. WAY80N,
445 BERETANIA ST.
OFFICE HOURS 1?,0 JJ-1 J? '.,
I o'top.m. to 7:30p.m.
ton TFL. Malnuo
Dr. F. J. Rayncr,
Crown and Bridge
MO-Kb 9 TO 4.
204 Boston Block.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea Street.
Office Hours 9 to 4
A. C. WALL, D.D.S.
6. E. WALL, D.D.S.
J.ovo Building, Fort Street.
Hours. 9 to 4. Telephone. 434,
DR. U. ATCHERLEY
M. R C. S. L. R C. P.
708 FORT ST., ABOVE KUKUI.
Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. ni.
Tel., Blue 1261.
Dr. W. H. Jones
M R.C.V.S., M.V M.A , LONDON.
OFFICE WAIKIKI STAULES.
RESIDENCE "THE CALI1-ORMA,"
iSJorn EAtMA bTREET.
Dr. Wm, G. Rogers,
SURQtON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new offlco, 1143 Ala
kea Street, opp. nawallan Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 6:30, 7 to 8; Sun
da) s, 9 to 11.
A. N. SANPORD,
BOSTON BLDO , FORT STBtET
OVER MAY CO.
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
oiioxji TEL whits ii
LaJIm' ftklrls elf arte 4, Clothing
cleantJ, &ei and rt plre4
F II euarintccd, Loetprtc
For' Mrt, near Kukul, and
ntar Orphtum Thtatar.
Mrlcti Cltinlar ont lult, ?jc;
1669-601 Dytlng suit 9 as
Labor Men in
Make Splendid Display
Third Labor Day celebration' It was
for Honolulu and best of the three It
proved In point of general popular ob
servance. Business and tdll were both
suspended for the entire day excepting,
chiefly, the work of transporting the
populace from point to point.
Delightful skies favored the day, Just
enough clouds, now and then, to mod-
erate the sun's rays. About the only
unpleasant condition was uiat of very
dusty streets and roads,
ine parade was tne first great attrac-
tlon. Long Vefore 9 o'clock, the nn-
pointed hour for moving, hundreds of
people swarcmed upon the drill shed
grounds and bordering sidewalks, to
see tne forming and starting of the
procession. At the same time the
streets along the route of march, to
gethcr with the balconies and grounus
of the Capitol, were taking on a slml-
larly animated aspect. There was not
an unreasonably long delay In organ-
lzlng the parade. It was an Imposing
tine ob to representation of organized
labor. In this respect far surpassing
rormer celebrations. It was lacking, decorated delivery wagons. N. F. Bur
however, both In variety and com-lgess had an' elegant rig showing off
merce represented and in symbolic1
features the latter being Indeed lack
The labor unions presented a fine ap.
pearance, each one neatly uniformed
and following an artlctlc banner.
Considerable hazard was taken for
rev low purposes by doing the march
pnst tho reviewing stand at the very
outset, Instead of getting well straight.,
ened out before coming to this point.
jet so well did the grand marshal and
ft.,. i.i . ... ......- -m .I... i. '
iiib hiuvb bci me puruuc UU IJ1UI II
passed Inspection In excellent order.
The column moved directly Into, the
Capitol grounds by the Hotel street
gate, passing the Richards street side
of the Capitol and going out by the
King street gate. On the veranda look
ing toward Richards street, outside the
Public Works office, was the reviewing
party consisting of Governor Dole. Col.
J, V. Jones, commanding the N. G. It.,
Col. J. If. Soper, Adjutant General and
chief of the Governor's atari Major J.
M. Camara, Capt. L. T. Kenake and
Capt. A. G. Haves. Jr., Private Secre
tary to the Governor; General Breck
enrldge. Inspector General U. S. Ar
ia); Mnjor Robinson, Q. M. U. S. A.:
Capt. Merry, Commandant U. S. Na
val Station: Capt. U. S. Grant, naval
instructor and civil engineer, U, S. N.:
Commander Pond of the U. S. S. Iro
quois; Mrs. S. B. Dole, Mrs. Robinson.
Mrs. White and Miss Adams. ,
Six mounted policemen, the two
the flanks In blue and thereat tn khaki1
uniforms, pioneered the column
Grand Marshal Matthew Heffern,
with an Imposing bulk of 200 and odd
pounds avoirdupois, was mounted on a
black charger. His distinguishing In
signia consisted of a heavy white sash
and an ostrich feather cockade on his
Tho Territorial band was followed
by Chief Marshal Thomas M. Rae and
his aides John Dawson, J. N, Henr),
Michael Pnton, Michael Purcell and
Two carriages with the orators of
tho day succeeded Lorrln Andrews
and T. McCants Stewart in one, Fran
cis Murphy and Franklin H. Austin
In the other.
The Plumbers' Union mustered 30.
wen in complete wnue suns and ear
ning Japanese sunshades.
The Electrical Workers' float was
a handsome car. It was rigged with a
telephone pole having cross bar and
Insulators, and on the floor were fitted
uy tin uiiKiue mm uynumu, eiecinc
fans, etc.. posts on the sides being '
tipped with variegated Incandescent!
lamp bulbs. The car was drawn by a'
pair of horses Twentj-flve of the I
Union of niectrlcal Workers followed
In linn AnMlr .. .! !-. 1 .. IL '
In line, carrying wands tipped with
bulbs and decorated with ribbons. They
were uniformed In white adorned on
the breast with rosettes of red, whtto
The Carpenters' Union, led by O.
Halllday, showed about 40 men In line.
They wore white crepe shirts, khaki
trousers and straw hats.
The Brlckla)ers' Union, led by J. R.
Logan, had 25 men tn line, their uni
form being brown shirts, white over
alls and caps.
The Plasters' Union, under the lead
ership of Mr. Patrltlf, mustered a doz
The Painters and Decorators had a
telling float consisting of a large van
rigged with staging on the sides. As
It was drawn along b) a span of grayB
furnished by Lewcrs & Cooke, men
were busily engaged painting fantastic
designs upon Its canvas walls. This MU; sec)Iid, $o; third. $2 50. F. Hop
float was escorted by two mounted kln8- flrEt: '' Esplnda, second: R. H.(
clowns In masks and motley, their rnl-,Illnttni tn'r,1 M't
ment being th)ngs of shreds andl 75;la''ds old men's race (over 50
patches painted In variegated lnhar-fyenra oIU' Flm Przc, $15; second,
mony. The Painters' Union lined outl'10' thlrd- '5- 8. I'edgrlff, first; J. P.
30 men. all nntlve Hawallans, dressed I
In while shirts, brown trousers and
Gus Schuman had a neat buggy In
bere, advertising rubber tires.
Then came the Catholic Mission
The Sailors' Union was preceded by
Its float, a full-rigged ship, it muster
ed C4 Jolly tars In navy uniforms of
blue trousers, white shirts with flaps
and dark blue caps.
The Moulders' Union float contained
a moulding shop In miniature with the
fire going In the melting dome. The
car was drawn by four horses. With
the working crew the Union turned
out about 30 strong, dressed In white
8i Its black band on cap, who shielded
their heads from the sun with Japan
The llollei makers nml Iron Ship
builders of America had about a hun
dred men, Including those In line and
manning two Immense floats Their
uniforms were ot black sllkollne shirts,
white trousers and black banded
straw hats. Each float carried a largo
holler with men hammering the rivets
and was drawn by four horscs-onc of
them being from the Honolulu Iron
. , v 'i'f5FT?"Ts,,"
Works and the othtr from Cation, Nell
ft Co s foundry.
All of the floats were handsomely
decorated In stars and stripes bunting
Following the oMlclal came the private
The Honolulu Brewing & Malting Co,
had an Immense van, the side walls of
It bearing paintings of the "brewery
and the front the motto, "Home In
.dustrj," drawn by four hors:c. It nlto
had a delivery dray and two lellvery
wagons. "Prlmo" beer was servel tn
route to people thristy enough to drink
Jf walking, while a charade suppoul
to have grown old on beer, disguised In
grizzled wig and flowing beard, drank
the amber fluid as he rode along
Lew era & Cooke had a formidable
procession of their own, numbering 2j
drajs and wagons drawn by fours and
pairs and loaded with lumber and
building material. In the counter
marching on returning to the Capitol
mounds this lumbering cavalcade ex
tended completely around the building1.
I Jas. Nott, Jr., plumber , had two
his machlno repairing Duslness. The
Hawaiian Soda Works, the Harrison
Mill Co.. the Merchants' Delivery, the
Brunswick Oyster House and Miller's
rami) wagon completed tne list.
The O atopy.
When the parade returned to the
Capitol It countermarched around tho
building and dispersed. The orator
of the day nere conducted to the
bandstand, where they addressed a
large assembly of Union men and oth
is. Many ladles were in the audience.
Governor Dole and Secretary Ilawe
attended for a little while.
Lorrln Andrews, the first speaker,
sketched the history ol mankind from
barbarism to civilization, with especial
reference to the emancipation of labor,
T, McCants Stewart, In a well prepar
ed oration, dealt with the struggles of
labor for Its rights In both America
and Europe, He discussed the rela
tions of capital and labor, regarding
tbem as a partnership wherein labor
was not the Junior partner, Mr. Stew
art, Judging by the progress of the
past toward harmonious adjustment,
took a rather hopeful view of the fu
ture. He gave several Interesting ex
imples 01 profit sharing.
Franklin Austin discussed capital
and labor from an evolutionary stand
point, foreseeing the culmination ot
piesent controversies in socialism on
the Bellamy pattern In "Looking Bad.
ward." In reaching that consumma
tldn, however, he anticipated a dark
chapter to be added to human hlstorj
Francis Murphy gave a telling ad
dress, naturally making strong polr.M
of the power that laboring men have,
through the exercise of self-restraint,
In Improving their own condition. If
they did not waste their money the)
would become bloated bondholders
themselves. He strongly recommended
educating )oung labor so that capital
could be brought to reason b) its own
methods of calculation.
Good Day's Sport.
Following are the results of the
sports program at Kaplolanl park. Tho
events were well contested and the at'
tendance larce nnl enthtisfiuitln!
1-ralle blocle race (free for all).
First prize, I0; second, $o; third, $2 GO
H. Williams, first; C. Gomes, second;
S. Hopll, third.
B0-)ards running race (girls under II
)cars). First prize, $5; second, 12 BO,
t . ,tu tirnR- . r r
i3.. Wagner' flrst; Dals Co,burn'
7- ', , ,, , ,
," ? F.t nlw w (t,58 u.nd.e,rAS
"'" L,rl!,.r.lzf,'. !? . on- "0'
', " ""' "'" "u"x "UBUlr' Blc-
T5-)ards running race (girls from 12
to 15 )ears). First prize, $3; second,
2 50. Miss Murra), first; Miss it) an,
75-yards running race (uo)s from 12
to IS )ears). First prize, to; second,
$2 50. Harry Rels, first; James imcas,
75-yard )oung ladles' race. First
prize, $7.50; second," $5; third, $2 50.
Miss Colborn, first; Miss Lucas, sec
ond; Hattle Young, third.
Quarter-mile )oung men's race. First
prize, $10; seond, $5; ....rd. $2 50.
H. Sheldon, first; Robertson, second:
100-yards fat men's race. First prize
$15; second, $10; third, $3. W. C. Cum
mlngs, first; M. G. Maltland, second;
Private Aekerman, third.
130-)l8. apprentice race. First prize,
"""" emnu, j. .ncureevy, tnird.
jiu-)rus, sinve union men b race.
First prize, $15; second, $5; third, $2 50,
R. E, Frlcke. first; Barry, second; R.
J. Bergcr, third.
150-yards, single union men's race.
First prize, $15; second, $10; third, $5.
H. Foster, first; H. Cleveland, second;
W. Parr, third.
50-)ards three-legged race (for bo)s).
First prize, $5; second, $2 50. Enos nnd
Soaies, first; En Sue and Ho Sin, sec
ond. 50-)nrds, fat ladles' race.-Flrst prize,
$3; second, $2 60. Mrs. A. Martinson,
first; Mrs. C, Martinson, second.
Molasses roll contest. First prize,
$3; Btiord, $2 50. August Santos, first;
50-)ards smokers' race, rirst prize,
$15; second, $10; third, $3. Allen,
first; A. Scrlmgeour, second; Shanno,
Half-mile blc)cle race (bo)s under
15 )cars). rirst prize, $7.50; second,
$5; thlid, $2 50. Tom Evans, first; Otto
Heine, second; Luther Evans, tnlrd.
1-mlle blocle race (professional),
Prize. $20; George Madeira, first.
Relay footrace. 1 mile In quarters,
Prize $20. Manuele team, first; A. Mar-
CAllino, Piiou'dflHanakalil, Ben Clarke,
Time. 3:54. "
quarter-mile btcjele rncefgtrls under
15 )ears). First prize, $7.50; second,
$5; third. $2 50. Terry Dixon, first;
Nina Flint, seiondi Helena Carson,
Hop, skip and Jump. Prize, $5. W.
Tug-of-wnr. (Labor Unions). First
prl7i, t0: second, $25. Talnters de
feated Sailors: Bricklayers and Boiler
makers pullrd'hut tho Judges declared
It no contest.
100-rurds Joint committeemen's race,
l'lrnt prize. $23: second, $15; third, $10;
fourth, $ J. Pn, first: Callahan, cec
um!, v Kannnn, third.
The sports ofllttnU were as follows:
Announier. Chalmers Graham; start
er, J I. Nolan, Judges. M. Patnr E. J.
Sullivan .lames Allan, awarder, 1. T.
The iport committee consisted of
Thomas J. Dixon. J. T Shaler. E. J,
Ma hi) lie), Joseph K. Poo, Jacob J, Nlel-
8o.i, Simon K. Nawaa, R. II. Hiirman,
John I Nolan,
Ball a Blft Buceeiia.
The festivities of Labor Da) rnme to
a clow with the ball given at the drill
shed In the evening. The big hall was
appropriately decorated nnd presented
a he lutlful appearance. Nearly a thou
sand people attended the function.
Thnne Inning charge of the reception
nnd ball were) Thomas Irving, Sam
uel Ramsey, Thomas M. Hue, R, E,
IriiJc), Rlihard Harman, johu J,
Hackett, tames Kamakunl, Samuel
Pedgrett, P. O Donnell, Fred Holland
J, C. Brow p. Charles Martinson, F.
Remlllard, W. R. Anderson. William
Gitt. G. Halllday, W. Montague, and E
V. A Chrlstensen.
Those who appreciate the
class of photographic work
MISS CAROLINE rUSKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimens of her skill in her
reception room at the rear of
Art Stoie and
120 Hotel St.
Prince David Kawauanakoa has put
up bonds In the sum of $75 and has
now In his possession the birds and
beastf. that tame to him from the Colo
nies In the Mlowera recently. By the
next steamer to the Coast will go for
ward a letter to Washington asking
for Information as to thy possibility of
keeplnx animals here.
The dance given by tho Honolulu
Athletic Club at Progress Hull Sntur-
da) right was one of the events ot tho
ses-i n Besides the dancing there
W3h a program of music. There were
vocal solos by Me&sr Ellis, Living'
stunt and Jones. Music for tho dant-
lug hiih furnished by Solomon's uln
Try the Automobile
Building, tluit (! re
proof Htructurc nenr
the Cnpltol Building,
where tmnrclcru nrc
snfo from Iohh by fire
unci where the flncnt
livery In the town can
FINEST H THE TOWN
A. Harrison Mill Co., Ltd.
Tel. White 1221. P. O. Box 552.
Sawing, Planing. Turning and
Mill Work In all Its tranches.
Lumber - Kiln - Drying
a specialty, and In large or small
COTTON BROS. & CO.
ENGINEERS AND ! : :
Pltns nj enlm.m lurnlih.4 lor ill cliim
ROOM jeo, BOSTON BLOCK, HONOLULU
New Map of Oahu.
Covpl ti from Govemm.nt Surveys .nJ Ch.rti,
Midi of Su.r Pl.ntitions. Killw.yt nJ Oihtr
Keilifrl. Source! THB MAP IS 18x11 ivches,
with inline colorings and not mounilrri, tnik
Inr . vtry umI ul a. w.ll a ornamental w ul nap
Tile puice of Tin map is Sio oe, Cociii can
te ottalntd from
JAS T TaVlflB
P, O. Boa .in to JuJJ huiMinc, l nolulul T, H
orilAWAIIAIM nns CH , LTD
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved nnd modern SUQAR MA-
CIUNERY of every capacity and de
scription mado to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular attcr
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
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svgenu, Bremen and Jobbers. fV. ,
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLE. 1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDER,... 2nd Vice Prei
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary
GEO. It. CARTER .. ..;,.. Auditor
Sugar Factors ui
Hawaiian Commercial ft Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Kl&el Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Tie Califtfili n Meitil S. 5. ft.
W. 6. Irwin & Go
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Worka ot Phila
delphia, Pa , U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York. U. 8. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co. Chtmlcal Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross ft Sons''hlgh-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafftne Paint Co.'t P. ft B. PalnU and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and v
GASTLE & COOKB
The Ewa Plantation Co. '
The Walalua Agricultural Co , Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St, Louis. Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Oeo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
ILJIK and FIRE
SEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE Co. of Boston.
-Etna Fire Insurance Compaht
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels ,'yico President
W. M. airraid.. SccondVlco President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AQENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
C. BREWER I CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Amkultnml ' r.n . rinknia
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co,
Honomu Sugar Co . Walluku Sump r.n
Mnkee Sueur Co . Hnlpnknln l)nn, rv
The Planters' Line of San Francisco!
t'acKct; Chas. Berwer ft Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke. Preslilnnt- nnm
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. E.
Allen. Auditor; P. C. Jones, H.Wa
terhouse and Oeo. R. Carter, Director.
QUEBN 6T., - HONOLULt -.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insuranco Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machlno, Etc
Subscribers to tho BULT.F.TTW
not receiving their pajitrs promptly
..... wum rm iy iiouiying tUO
Buiinpss Oflfico: T ' !- 250.