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FIR IDLE JAPANESE.
THIKXS THE VAG3AX CY LAWS
SHOULD BE ENFORCED
The Second City Would Like to Be
in Closer Touch With the Poorer
That Be 2Iail Facilities
HILO, Aug. IS. The Herald today
has tae folloxln "Froia nearly
every plantation cus the report, that
the laborers have Income surly since
their contracts "Were cancelled, in
many instances thtj have given op
worL and settled in near-by towns doing
principally noting. For several
years Honolulu haa ocen infested by
hordes of oriental who live upon
fallen -women; l.j has not reached
that stage yet, bu .b rapidly getting
there and the peot is!c tor a remedy
or a preventive. n...e is a vagranjy
law on the statm uiat Is almost a
1-dead letter, wntrtuj .. it was enforced
to the limit the to.. would be rid 01
the loaang eleineni the plantations
would cave all in, .aoorers they require.
There is wo., and plenty of It
for every Japanese v. no crowds into
the alleged hotels cu ixont street ana
some etfort should be made to convince
them that they are liable to pros
ecution unless the baow some means
of support. In oru.r to obviate difficulty
with the laoitrs many of the
plantations are emtting into contraus
with them for growing cane on the cooperative
plan and iu one instance the
terms are exceedmc.v favorable to the
contractor, but evtu this they do
not seem anxious to tnter into an
agreement. As a iuie the laborers
were brought here xoc a specific purpose
and they shouij be compelled as
far as possible, to ii l up to their part
of the agreement."
The Hawaii Heiald has a kick
against Honolulu pu.uics. The Herald
Bays: "Honolulu sums to be hacking
away at local putties with the
of clockwork. 1 he press seems
to be divided on tae subject of local
self-government, ana the probabilities
are that the opponents of the measure
will win out. W ith everything in their
own hands and an active council of
state to authorize tae expenditure of
monies, a body whi a has come into
existence without wan ant of law, the
people of Honolulu have a species of
self-government that outsiders would
be willing to travel miles to see. In
Honolulu the defects are constantly
before the heads of the government
and a button is touched, and presto the
scene changes, for improvements are
made as required, nere in Hilo the-public
is without a council of state and
without a head ot a department having
authority to oiutr repairs or improvements
made, xiilo citizens marvel
at the absence ct the head or subhead
of the public works department
during the investigation of wharf matters.
It Is now neauy two years since
a representative ot tne department has
been in Hilo and in the interval one
bridge and a tow path have been con
structed at considerable cost to the
government. What this Island needs
Is local government and the need is
made stronger by the apparent indifference
of the heaa.3 of departments at
the capital. Hilo seldom asks for anything
without recev.ng the merry ha!
ha! from those who have the power to
The postal service on Hawaii, said
the Tribune, has not reached a point
where Island mails or an intermediate
steamer may be u.spatched overland
the moment of arrival. On general
principles the kick of a contemporary
on tnis subject is correct, but in the
particular Instance rtf erred to Mr. McKay
had the Maui steam twenty-six
miles addditional in order that" the
mall might be landed at Laupahoehoe
for Hilo. The steairer arrived at 2 a.
m. and the mail left by regular carrier
sis hours later. This is a vast improvement
on the old style, when a
mail, was occasionallj landed at
and brought into Hilo later by private
enterprise. After January 1st 'he
service will no doubt be as good if not
better than it is on the mainland in
places off the beaten paths.
Rev. Mr. Austin, nastor of th For
eign Church of Kohala, is the guest
of Mr. Cruzan. He will preach in the
Foreign church next Sunday.
Fujhara, the man to be executed
September 21. has a death watch On
him at all times. He expresses him
self, as entirely satis led with his surroundings
and says he is well treated.
Mrs. John V. Smith succeeded Mrs.
Nova Galbraith as worthy matron of
the Order of Eastern Star in Hilo.
Dr. Elliot's Riverside
park, makes a fine Improvement to that
part of town.
W. S. Terry will bb.ld a modern residence
on his lots near R. T. Forrest's
Ghief Justice Frear and wife came
overland from Mahakoma and are
guests at the Hilo hctcl.
L. T. Grant and party returned from
the Volcano Tuesday afternoon.
Chief Engineer Kluegel of the Hilo
R- R. Co., has gone east to remain
about three months.
Rev. E. B. Hughes )f Hillsboro. Or?.,
who was a passenger on the Falls of
Clyde, has been a guest of Mr.
He preached an excellent sermon
in the Foreign last Snnrir
evening. On Wednesday morning Mr
Hughes started on a horseback tnn
round the Island, excecting to be absent
fifteea days. On his return he
cjwet to visit raui and Oahu.
Th Jtpcnece chanred with
th head luna at Laupahoehoe
tare Veen convicted. Their
nage iron thirty days to eighteen
Booths imprisoaneat, with fines
from HO to 50. One man -was bound
over for trial.
Mr. Cruzan was a "ssenger bv the
Kinaa yesterday for Maui, where he
will spend a week sti then go to Ho-
1 qqgjngmur -tat,, assess ss
TM IE0 TWBGSE
W. H. fiXITrf, : i : Editor
ABQ3S. C. SXH2LB, ': :
Published Bvury Saturday,
NEWSY - -
SCBCaiPTtoa Local S25Q per year
, , ltoraisn. SJS 4
- Tf pebiimuoD bs lite tersest
on tbv b&tcd of Unwau of any
VfHSSirr XHWSPAPEB, d as an
Medium is SECOirD TO
WESTERN INS. GO.
J. H. FISHER,
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
- ASSETS $VJS0,S63.3S
J. H. FISHER,
Atftmt Hawaiian Islands.
' lim. Q- IRUIN8 p. CJD.
Wm. G Irwbi .President ,fc Manager
Clausihpreckels . First Vice-Pros.
W,M. UUftini . Second Vice-Pies.
1L L Whitney, Jr . Treas. a: Sec't
AGENTS FOR THE
deeuiie Steiiiiisliip Co.
Of Kan Francisco. Cal.
Min Mwim Co.
r Surprise sail from Honolulu every
ten tUvs to Ldhainit and Mnkeun, Maui,
ntbl au the K'Mia ports of Hawaii. Al-
tettuttiog (TuHysor Fridays) with
ltit"!rlPlaad earners, tins gives Koua
u 5-d i? service.
Erlipee sails from Honolulu as soon
a pojiWe after arrival for Kauai
port, Kaloa, Eloele, Hnuapepe,
Witionta and Kekahn.
The vessels carry freight and pnssen
gere and insure quick dispatch.
For farther information apply to the
M. W. McCHESXEY & SONS,
Quoaa Street : : : : Honolulu.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CD.
227 King- St., Noxt to Bailey's
EXP3KSS WAGONS, DBAYS. LUMBER
WAGONS axd DUMP
ALWAYS ON HAND.
TRUNKS. FURNITURE asd SAFES
CAREFULLY HANDLED. "
Txlkfho.vk. ... ALvinSS
Ohia Wood For Sale.
In any quantity. Apply to
w - W. C. AOHI&CO.,
10 Wost King Street.
KttoMH iron Works Go.
Boilers, tkiiiar MilK Coolers, Brass
ud Leui Castings.
Ai -i Mftchiaery of every description
jaad to ordr. Particular attention
I ai i to ship's bUcksmithinc. Job
v ci k executed on tLc shortest uStieo
kki laiisc Restaurant
Corner King 5: Alaltca Streets.
Moals sarrod afe all hours.
1?irst class in everv detail
SEATTLE BEER V
QaDraugrlit or ia Bottler V
...jii.iu. wnere ne is in sippiy the puloit
tbe Methodist t for several
Sundays in exchan with the Rev. G
L. D.. w will preach in
Mtgunttrch4HiiQ. - -
Tml lUfyjc&itj vVcf tti &zb
bed In CBaa last -ktkS: Thursday nlht.
tT her fcasbaad. died ca Saturday. T&2
lane saved the police the tronete o arrest
br going to the, nearest oScer asd
surrendering himself. A model for all
wife-killers to follow.
Says the Tribunes A. F.
was head lnna. at the American Sugar
Company's plantation up to the time
that work was suspended there, arrived
in HUo by the KInau and leaves soon
to assume the position, of head lnna
with the Kona Sugar Company.
Miss Taedt, who has been engaged as
nurse at the Hilo hospital for some
months, returns to tte Coast by ha
Falls of Clyde.
A JCnister'e Good Work.
T had a seTere attack of bilious colic,
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea .Remedy, took
two doses and was entirely cared," says
Rev. A. A. Power, of Emporia. Kan.
"ily neighbor across the street was
sick for over a week, had two or three
oottles of medicine from the doctor.
He used them for three or four days
without relief, then called in another
doctor who treated him for some days
and gave him no relief, so discharged
him. I went over to see him the nxt
morning. He said his bowels were in
a terrible fix, that they had ueen running
oft so ong that it was almost
bloody flux. I asked him if he had trite
Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and
Remedy and he said, 'So.' I wen.
home and brought him my bottle ana
gave him one dose; told him to take
another dose In fifteen or twenty minutes
If he did not find relief, but he
took no more and was entirely cured.
I think it the best medicinn 1 have ever
tried." For sale by all dealers and druggists.
Benson, Smith & Co., generai
agents. Hawaiian Territory.
POLICY OF CONSERVATISM.
While the Provident Savings
Life has adhered to the past
policy of conservatism which
has commended it to the
public, it has, during the
past two or three years, found
ready favor with the public because
of its progressive spirit,
and will doubtless in the future
expand its business in even a
more surprising degree. Financial
Review. L R. Burns, resident
manager, office in new Ma-goon
: -:! :
Classified Jdiyrtisanrnts in this cwumn Kill
bt tnsrrtfd at 10 cents a lot' first tnsertton: 5
coils a line second insertion: 25 cents per lineper Ketk
33 cents per line tieo Keeks, and 50 cents per line pe.
ONE ) I" DJ O Families to buy lots on the
Palolo" .-U-This a start a suburban town at once,
tr;.'i 'a r ihln ten minutes' walk of the
propose,' li. pi Transit Railroad. For further
partlcui .' ,ip4 i- to A. T. Cooke, Boom 8, Model
Piano tsi.?Lt 1 y experience! teacher, a graduate,
of Lolphle Conservatory: new quick
method, S3 iiei month. Special attention to
adult beginners. Address "Musician,'' Republican
A FIP.ST Class Stenograph and Typo Writer.
Address 11. This Office.
boofci bousht. Highest price
116 Rerctanla fat.
BY ACCIDENTAL gate opening, a largo bay
colored Californlan Mare, weight about PUO lbs.;
faint star on fun-head, fat condlUon. A little
puupuu or Irritation on face but healing. P.lght
hind hCHif a little white. Finder please notify
Police Station and lewnrd will be paid.
Comfortably turnhbeil front room, reduced
rent. CX vineyard, .1 doors from Queen hotel,
ON E handsome Town Piano in perfect order
villi Harp and Mandolin Accompaniment. Has
been Used only live time. Can be had at a
r".innnbliirue Oy appljlny atihBOrjHEBM
FOUR Lo'c Street, Eapalmlu. Wal
kit! il JEFFS.
101 King btreet
RESIDENCE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
We now cifer for sale the very choice
residence property of Chas. S. Desky,
located on the corner of Victoria and
Groen Streets. Also the tine residence
premises adjoining the same on Green
For further particulars apply at our
offices, Progress Block.
BRUOE WARING & CO.
Two lots 50x100.
On lot 100x100 on which is a house
containing six rooms. For particulars
apply to DAVID K. UXAUNA,
Wilder S. S. Warehouse, Esplanade.
Stockholders are hereby notified
that the Fourth Assessment of 5 por
tenu or jlwo anu uoiurs pc
shar on the Capital Stock of the
TELEGRAPH CO., LtJ.,
is du6 andpayable July 1st, at the office
of the undersigned, -ill Fort street.
J. H. FISHER,
Acting Treasurer Inter-Island Telegraph
Honolulu, June 1. 1900.
Removal Sale !
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF JEWELRY,
Silver and Silver-Plated Ware.
Clocks, Watches and Spectacles will
be offered for the next thirty days at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
The Store we now occupy is to be rebuilt,
bo the stock must go.
Positively no goods charged during
All accounts must be closed up by
the 10th' of September.
MANUFACTURING AND REPAIR
oepartments going in fl blast as
Publishing Go. Ltd.
Up ta Ditt BMiig,
First Class Jib Wsrk
t Stock Books
Having succeeded to the old
established business of the
lmte Robert Grieve, it will be
our aim to uphold the reputation
ao long- held by hiax for
first class work in erery
department of the printing
office, while our increased facilities
enable us to fill orders
at much shorter notice than.
I j. 4. 4. 4. 4,. 4 4
Print tag Co,
FIRST-CLASS JOB WORK,
Of; All Kinds,
At Short Notice . . .
-v- WE PRINT,
a RULE OR BIND
Letter Head3. Bill Heads,
Statements, Envelopes, Cards,
Programs, Invitations, Circulars,
Postere. Pay Rolls, Manifests,
Plantation Blanks.. Calendars,
Expense Accounts, Diaries. Bank
Blanks Ledgers, Cash Books,
Journals, Blank Books,
Check Books, Invoices, Bank
Books, Stock Books and Record
E EVERY BRANCH.
Harimg succeeded to the titl
eeMWMd business the UM
aobstt Grter. It -win be oar
loac.hflld by hl IsTflrSStss
".a TerT eeim f wsai si lim '
Prtnti 0ce. while etir la-creased
facilitiea enable us to
fill orders at much shorter notice
xms paper circulati
throughosU. the HawalUa Jstads generally
? Jw' !
When Toil Go To WAILUKlj
First-Claas House in Every Deta lA
MBS. G. B. BOBERTSOX,
POM & BARON.
AND GENERAL REPAIR WOF.'
Shop: SUMNER'S ISLAND
Phono 606. P. O. Box ai!. n .
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Abstracts and Certlcates of
Money to Loan on Real Estate
IU WHI 111 ALL ITS MUMES.
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