Ir R if t i Sl.
lif ; Vn -
v ra -
imim show a-
Cooqplatnts Against H. I. M.
MK. HDIAMnKA HAKES BEX1AL.
Siys Trwstlc e Css4 tr JiJ3Me
ra HeSs Cti JtsKtxsts Datr
s tKtir ViK i
Tbsre k&s been troaWe orewinr for
jaoeiis jst between certain merchants
is tie Japanese cotoay. and now Consul
'Geaeral Shioaiaara has been brought
ist k jo jus extent that bas eompeUed
kta vq apply to his tome sovemmeat
for instracdoas how to act in ihe pre-
A resorser lor the Advertiser met
oa oJ the merchant oa Moasy aai
wss iaforaed by him that the colony
ha& a srievaaee scsinst Mr.
ra which was bein? aired in the
of Ae Hawatt Shispo. One of the
croaads for eompteiat was the Consul's
oatinoed interference in the basiness
affairs of the merehaats. an the part
be tok in breaking ap the Japanese
Gsaaaerei&l TTsios. an associatioa
by the leading store keepers
for the parpose of advaaeinc their interests.
Abmku: the leaders of the Union was
S. Kimara. a protaineiit aeaier in sake.
soy and provisioas. Last. year, when
ste&xsers from the Orient were refused
a teadtnc here, the Union met and
to send a committee to Japan
to charter a steamer and have it sail
frota some port where cholera did not
exist. Ir. Kimura and S. Otaki were
the two heaviest, eontribetors to the
fand necessary to charter the steamer.
3Ir. ri was the president of the
Union sac an active director in its affairs.
Some time after this step was taken
a meeting was heM and a disagreement
arose regarding a trivial matter, and
ilr. Kimara withdrew from the association.
Atone three months ago ilr.
Oeaki withdrew his support, the other
members state, tiroega the infinence
braecht to bear on him by ilr. Shima-
With the dosing of the Union came
fflscostest. ana a few of the leading
merchants believed the cause of their
atSeekies had its foundation in the
Referring to the disbanding of the
"CnioQ. a merchant said:
After Mr. Kimura withdrew from
tie Commercial Union we found it
to control enough of the freight
far this port to warrant oor chartering
a special steamer, and we were anxious
to hare him haei. Ar a meeting of the
Union a committee consisting of
Orakt Faruya, Chiya. and Harose
was appointed to wait on Consul
and get his advice as; to the
best means of insuring harmony in the
organisation and getting the support
of ilr. Kimura.
The committee waited on the
and was informed by him that he
would see Kiaara and talk the n?.ttfr
over with him.
"The next fey Mr. Simamsrs sent
for Messrs. Cfeaki and Chiya and advised
them to recommend that the
Union disband. These men had an
with, the members, bat it took
fbar meetings to get enough votes to
enable them to carry their point. We
have ao positive information, bet there
are eireaastanees; which lead as to
that Mr. Kimara ased his efforts
to iafiaesce Mr. Shimsmura to this
The Consul had ao interest in the
ra&aer, bet he seems to have a very
sra affection for Mr. Kimura. If he
bad. been jest fci giving the advice ask-ed
he woeM have sent .for the fail
and toid them all whatever he
had to satggest.
"We have information, too. that Mr.
Saim&iaara bas ased bis oScfal
to farther the interests of a
ssercbast whose business is not of
,a large volame. zzsa. to inSaence for-.
eigz dealers in the aaoent of credit, if
aay, tbey woeld give other merchants,
who are mix his special favorites. We
save it froes a taerehant in Japaa that
ae CoassI Geseral m one instance far- (
nfebed a merchant here with, a letter to
the eeec that his sales amounted to
23,M4 per moath. This letter the
seat to s Tokkt capitalist and se-
cared credit to the extent off 2jfc5 y
xms uwusuuu. c ieraiw u J I
soarce. bat -re do boc I
esre to disclose tae aarses of the
ties. Oar grieranesi; against the
sa treaersi, 20. sLgsmst nras m
- e too. tsat we save casse 1
tor eospcun zzxzss. ctm sor me i-
i.ecbc; i. ;iui n rrifi. o ;
cttsKf w. uk uuci;iTr..t
seats. "We befiere tbax if he had
tie proper interest the meressec daty pcietor of the paper, Siimmeza. is a
os sa&e ttocIc not iare been fied by young mas -who -was an advisor of
tse fest LegSsJatare. As it sras. he did some Und for the CommercisI Union.
see ooacem himself in. tie least, and Some time ago he to Japan la
asM the Japanese rsercaaats the interests of the Union. While
I er fa We beHeve it is there. I am told, he formed a
a representative of any chant's dub to rork in conjanction
emnjeat to look, after the interest: of his with the Chioa hez. Bat dorins his
people in a. f oreiga land. absence trouble arose and Mr. Kimn-
"Another complaint -e have to mate ra Ee was a valaaWe
that the fends for the reHef of bsr and one whose merchandise runs
gsr Japanese laborers brought here
aaser the eonventio: bwesa Japan I
asc Hawaii has not bees manaced ae-
corrHag to the terms SBsgested bv Mia-1
Ister Irwin ia his lester to Taro
formsrly Coasal to this port. Here is
the letter and a copy of the regniatioas
ig the cistribsticia of the fnad:
Hon. Taro Aaco, His Imperial Japanese
Majesty's Diplccnatie Agent aad Consul
My Dear Sir Sf erriag to get
coaversatioas on tte sabeex, I
saTe do's- tte feoaor to iaf ora yon that
I hare deposiiec wfch. the bank of
Bisfcop & Co. tie sum of one
eight fessdrai dollars CSLSa),
' 7, p-
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 1S9G. SEMI-WEEKLY.
okl. I request you to kwr In
trasi for the benefit of all Japanese -who
bv? come to HawxH. or who may come
kereitfTer. under the system of
gr&tioa inaajnirstea uy uie two
of Japan m Hawaii, in January.
I request tbat ias stiall he used to
the sick sad those vrlm may be or
wraporarily or psrnnently Incapacitated to
from labor, by swMeat or sick
ness: and also to proude return ras
as to Jtpan tor jui ao may pro-
duce s certificate from a Japanese
sician in the service of the Hawaiian
Government that he or she is incapacitated
permanently or for an extended
period, by sickness or other cause, for
active work, it they desire to return to
Japan, and also In case of the death of
male head of a family, to provide
return passage to Japan, should his
widow and children desire to return.
In the event of your departure at any
time iroai Honolulu, I leave you to
name your successor in this trust, who
nave" no doubt will be then the president
of your Mutual Aid Association.
And I hope it will be agreeable to a
said society to practically amalgamate
this fund with their own. in their regu
Of course the disposal of tais tuna is
n.mriiv'iorT to roar discretion !
and judgment, always bearing in mind
that it is to assist your countrymen.
If you use some portion of it to aic
in burying tne ueaa, or proyiuuig
proper headstones and burial grounds.
ibis will be perfectly in accoro. witn
ISignedl R. W. IRWIN.
REGULATION OF JAPANESE RELIEF
1. This tunc to be used for the purpose
of aiding Japanese people in Hawaiian
Islands, incapacitated from support
by sickness or accident.
2. Committee more than ten in number
to be appointed among Japanese
residents to exercise faithful management
over this fund, the Consul General
being its chairman.
3. This fund to be kept in the hands
Of the Airnn
4. A. charity hospital to be made in
Honolulu, and all matters regarding
medical attendance and relief to be
practiced in that hospitaL
N. B. This was aToiced upon the
committee's consultation, and decided
a charity hospital be made in every district.
5. Charity home to be bailt at convenient
place in every district, or financial
assistance to be given to any other
hospital if the state of the fund admit
to do so.
6. In the above or other cases, the
drawal from this fund woald be determined
apoa the committee's
7. These who received medical relief
in the said hospital to be bound to make
indemnification for expenses if so recovered
as to be capable of labor and
S. For contract laborers rectiviiig
medical relief in the said hospital their
employers to be bound to make indemnification
statement to be made about the
appropriation of this fand per annum
ssd each committee ought to sign it.
Yoa -Bill notice that, the regulation
presides for a committee of more than
ten Japanese residents. The committee
eo consists of three members instead
of ten, and those three have exclusive
coBtroI over aptrards of thirty thousand
dollars- We befiere that the interests
of the cotooy ttouW be better served
u tee coTsiriKtee Tras increased and the
regulations more faunfuliy earned out.
"No, tre have not filed complaints
rtt& oor Government, bet it is our in-
tenoos to do so at an early date, after
holding s mass meeting and getting the
of all tne members of the colony."
After bearing the charge against tie
User called oa Mr ShimamEra at th
Consulate and W verv pleasaatly re
a bv tba. !p-
of sczxezzesxs made the Consul
poinigd to a peerage of Hairaa Shin-
poos ana sasd
hare heard of the g?r?rV made
me by this paper. Th
Een. upon my OCM35J. sot cv private
caaracter and are of an ex-
ceedingiy libeloss natare. The pro-
up iato tie haadreds of tons by aeariy
erery steamer. The Tnioa could not
aaoro to tose ana aac a committee,
waited oa me for adricfc I told them
I tbocgat the best taing for them u do
was to shake .hands witi Mr. Kimura
aad try aad bring harmony iato the
organization. Oae of tie
niea Tolaateered tie Informatioa tg
if KiaiBra would not retara to the
TTaioa it could aot ccatJaae to exist
aad ie asked me if I believed it best
to disband them. My advice to tiem
was to take a vote of the members of
tie Uaioa aad abide by ttar decision.
A short, time afterwards tie Union
weai oa of existence. When Mr.
Siiaimeze rstcraecTaad saw cox
fairs stood he jumped to the conclusion,
front -what 1 can team, that I
was ressmnslole for it and commenced S
his attacks upon me. He seems to feel '
that his mission here is to attack the
consul for when Mr. Fugll was here
directed his spleen toward him
As to the charge that I have directly
indirectly used niy official position
benefit or injure any Japanese merchant
here I can only say it is absolutely
false. Xo one has ever been
to me for a. certificate as to the
amount of his sales, 1 could not fur-
nish it it 1 was asked. Xor have 1
ever had an inquiry from Japan relative
to the financial standing of any of
the Japanese. Once a year my gov
ernment sends out a blank with spaces
for the number of merchants in van
ous lines of business. These h'.anks
are sent wherever the government Is
represented and the returns are used!
in the statistical department of the;
Bureau of Agriculture and Commerce.
Regarding the fund for poor Japan-1
ee which now amounts to about 520,-000,
1 may say that it is controlled by
committee of three, of which I am
member and chairman. Any
disbursement from the fund is made
under the direction of the committee.
o one member having control. The
tozvi is deposited among four banking
institutions. Spreckels & Co., Bishop
& Co.. Yokohama Specie Bank and the
.rostai savings Bank. The dooks are
open for inspection by any one who is
interested and they may see how, when
and where the fund is being, used
They say I have been negligent of
my people's interest. I must deny this
as well as the other charges. As the
Japanese merchants have no
club I have no opportunity to
meet them as a body, and I do not be
lieve I am expected to go from shop to
shop and inquire as to the state of
their respective healths. I am always
glad to meet them here, collectively
and individually whenever they are
pleasd to come, and to advise them
oa any matter of which I can be of
T do not consider that I have been
fairly treated by the editor of the
Shinpo, but I have not felt at liberty
to ask redress from the government
here as the charges thus far have been
of a personal nature. I have, however,
communicated with my government
for instructions and will do nothing
until I hear from it.
THE BOARD OP HEALTH
Bids Received for Drnsrs ami Beef
Dr. XOViyre Aicots Ajjclarneni Reports
oa HMlth Cenifkates - Oae As-
jliutioa for License.
The Board of Health met promptly
at 3 p. m. and transacted business before
it in less than one hour. There
were present W. O. Smith, president;
Drs. Day and Emerson and Messrs.
Lansing and Keliipio.
The only bid for supplying the board
with drugs was received from the Hoi-
lister Drug Co. It was referred to a
medical member for investigation and
The bids for supplying the leper
settlement with beef cattle were as
follows Trustees of Parker Estate, j
oii cents Haleakala Ranch Co., 7
cents; W. H. Corn well, 6 cents; J. A.I
Maguire, 5 cents. The tenders called'
for dressed beef, each carcas to weigh
not less than 450 pounds, the contract
was awarded to J. A. Maguire. I
Dr. ITonsarrat reported the
tion of 153 bullock, and Mr. Keliipio
reported inspection of 40,176 fish.
The usual letters and reports of
Myers of the Leper Settle-,
ment were read and referred.
Dr. McWayne acknowledged the receipt
of his commission as government
physician at Sooth Kona. Re
ports from Drs. McGettigan and Good - (
hue relative to tne examination of
school children and the issuance of
proper health certificates were read.
Application from Dr. Lucy M.
to practice medicine in Honolulu,
was read and referred to the
hoard of examiners. 1
A bill from the trustees of the
Queen's Hospital for treatment of
received and considered.
After a discussion by the board the
secretary "sas requested to reply to it
, and that in Tiew of the fact that
the Legislature had appropriated the
sum of S28JW0 contingent upon the!
free treatment of government patients,
the items subsequent to June 30 last j
WUUIU lilt. UH allowed. 1
A letter from Miss Juliette Smith "".
regarding the free examination of Dr. Gibbon, Array Medical Staff.
in the Kauai Industrial Schools cctta, states: "Two doses completed
was read. It was the sense of theruredme of dlarrhffia."
j board that where pupils were well
enoagh tbey could Dresent themselves'
to the nearest physician and be ex-
fJTfncvf fre& fwlt TT'hara tm nlirnniQi.! ;
tad to SO to the home of thp ehild a'
fee would have to be paid. Adjourned.,'
Ia consequence of the steadily
creasing volume of business between
Japan and Hong Kong, the Yokohama,
specie Bank, who have hitherto been ,
doing their business for that locality,
throcgi tieir correspondent, Banqnede,
r Indo-Chine, nave oa the 1st fast;
opened tieir own branch there. Mr. i
X. Xabekura, late of Saa Francisco i
agency, is manager for the new branch.
and bad Ten-
rTVrfnn f rMliAnlaMM. r
o2 rJl 71 "f
a n .1 '.a , .
"i" puiis iiciincaut auiier irom lung
and throat tronbles. To all such ve'
L HAIR L U. tl
Ayer's Hair Vigor
ft Keeps the scalp
cool, moist, healthy,
anil free from
A GiJCvm druff. It is tlu
iPVS2 I b o s t dressing in
t"V$ e worM '"-d s
Thofco desiring to
retain the youthful
appearance of the
..r9 hair to
Iyer's Bair Vigor,
Gii llztiz ct ifc: World's Grest Dtpcslticaj.
f" liaiatliui. T1e iatn
A - l. rn the nd
1Aju in the vt och KMtlc.
Agests tok Hawaiias Islasps:
HOLLISTER DRUG COMPANY
hin 1 1 rnnn fon S!
nnu f it
in iiiiti ill i
From Finest Herds.
1 J. Ill Piittr.
Families and Shipping Supplied
"ON SHORT NOTICE
Lowest Market Prices
.AJl Meats delivered from this market
are Thoroushljr Chilled Immediately
after killing by means of a Bell-Cole-min
Patent Dry Air Kefrifferator.
Icat treated retains all its juiej
and fc. guaranteed to keel
loncer after delivery than freshly-
M. I Ml HUH
OrlaiBil ui Oatr Gesoiae.
-ax a ct DRONCHIT15
rjr J. Collls Browne's Chlorodvne
W. PAGE WCDOL
stated publicly in court that Dr. J. COLl I''
EROV.'NE was undoubtedly the INVES
TOR cf CHLORODYNE, that the whoc
story of the defendant Freeman was
untrue, and he regretted to sav
naa ceen sworn to. be Tfes Timet. JuU
Dr. J. ColH Browne's Chlorodvr.4
1$ a liQ'dii medidne which assuages PAr"
cf EVERY KIND, affords a calm,
ng sleep WITHOUT HEADACHE,
in IOORATES the nervous svstem wh
JJchatisted. Is the flreat Specific far
Cholera, Dyaentry, Diarrhoea.
'"f f B.?Sf Helil? . Idoa'
7 " ACTS as a CHARM, gm
J. .ll C F j.
Dr. 71 J. Collis ; 77.
.r"" "r?T.D5 5r.H'roy
is the TRUE PAI J.IaTIVF fn
Neuralgia, Gout, Cancer,
r J C0IH5 Browne's Chlcrodyae
jijiiuiy tuis snort an attacKS or
Epilepsy,' Spasms, Colic.
ctT dTH. --- - mmenw
N. B-Every Bottle of Genuine Chlor
dyne bears en fee Government Stamp &,
- - 0f jnVenor Dr. J. C0III1
Brown a. Sdd In bottles is. id., as. cl
and as. 6cL. bv . all . .
J. T. DAVENPORT.
Great Russell St. London, W. C.
All the fignres relaUng to the Mani-
tabs. C6nsn chich 7ma tafefi rpc?ntlv I
e been received, the population of
Troold say, ny Chamberlain's Cough the province has now reached 133,425.
Eenedr. For coughs, colds, This is an increase of 84,785 population
ttt1 SJ?1,? c thf I fa years- The increase for the first
JndSr ScnooIs'i SS5. and for the second five years, from
ftaine Depot Ohio: Hanng somet un to 1&5S mv. The increase
inowledge of the efficacy of Chamber-i
in ten years was 7.04 per cent. The
lain s Cougn Eemedy, I have no census wa3 taken so far as to ascertain
don in recommending it to all who the proper subsidy due to the province,
fer from coughs, hmg troubles, etc" j At SO cents per head, the increase in
For sale hy all druggists and dealers. subsidy to the province on 40,313
Smith &. Co, agents for thejlarion which was the increase in the
Hawaiian Islands. last five years will he about 132,733.
r r if
Oil X WH
HLL (S OUIV
Have Just Received from New Yorkj
and England a fine lot of
Among them you will find:
CUT and GALVANIZED NAILS and
SPIKES. WIRE NAILS.
COPPER RIVETS ami BURRS.
HAY CUTTERS. HAY FORKS.
SHOVELS and SPADES,
CAST STEEL, BAR IRON.
GALV'D SHEET IRON.
GALVD BUCKETS and TUBS.
CART AXLES, DOOR LOCKS, 1
HANDLED AXES and HATCHETS.
IRON and BRASS SCREWS (2000 S
COFFEE MILLS, CORN MILLS,
BLACK RIVETS. HINGES,
HORSE SHOES and HORSE NAILS, ,
MOPS, BROOMS, PADLOCKS, CROWBARS,
SCALES, SAND PAPER.
WHEEL BARROWS, TRUCKS.
3000 YDS. SAIL DUCK.
IRON WASHERS, IRON NUTS,
CASES BENZINE, TURPENTINE.
GALV'D PIPE, ln. to 2in.,
MANILA and SISAL ROPE All slze3,
IRON and STEEL TVIRE ROPE,
up to 21n.,
2000 lbs. COTTON FISH LINES.
CARD MATCHES, BLOCK MATCHES
GUNS and AMMUNITION of all kinds.
Success later Filters:
The best in the market, and a thou-
sand other things that people
All to be seen at
E. 0. HALL & SON'S. j
Cor. King and Fort Sta. !
The demand for colors, both
water and oil Is the surest Indication
of a refined taste among
the ladies of the Islands. We
are In a position to supply ' the
A full suddIv of COIOrS, . i
brushes, oils, vamish Jand can
vas always on nana.
Picture framing, satisfactory
picture framing, is due largely !
to the taste displayed in the
selection of mouldings that
will harmonize with the picture.
We have the taste and i
mouldings, p Let us give you a !
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Tfce Famous Tourist Route of the WorU.
Ia Coenectloa -with th:
Steamsbis Use Tickets Are Issued
To All Points in tte United States and
Canada, Yia Yictoria and
Banff, Glacier, Mount Stephen
and Fraser Canon.
Empress Line of Steamers from YancoaYer
Tickets to An Prists la Japan. China. India
aaJ Arosni the WorU.
For tickets aad f eseral Information aptly to
Agents - S b. Line
CartaJ an Pacif Pi I a ay.
Are the Best,
IX THE Z88EXTIAT, QPAiTTXEH 0V
Durability, Evenness of
Point, and Workmanship.
The Ijcadtng Commercial and Scliool
Pens in United States. Established ISO.
Sold by all Stationers in Hawaiian Ids.
CASTLE & COOKE, Li,
Life and Fire
New England Mutual
lift in mm
MERCANTILE HUGE GO
Total Funds at 31st December. 1S95.
Subscribod " 2.T80.WO
PtJ up Cupltut 637.8W 0
Ftre Funds.- 691.01S :
Ufe nd Annuity Fund U 6tt 19
The accumulated Funds of the Fire
and Life Departments are free from liability
in respect of each other.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.
AcenU for the Hawaiian hUndt.
FIRE, LIFE and MARINE
Of London for FIRE & LIFE.
Accumulated Funds. 3.975.0Qt.
' BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE CO, Li,
Of Liverpool for MARINE.
Capital - - 1,000,000-
I Reduction of Rates.
i Immediate Payment of Claims.
i'THEO. a. DHIES S CO.. LA.. HPIL
lie lane Co.
The undersigned having been appointed
agents of the above company are prepared
to insure risks against lire on Stone and
Brick Buildings and on Merchandise
stored therein on the most favorably
terms. For particulars apply at the office
pf F. A. SCHAEFER & CO., Agents.
General Iisiraxe Company for Sea. River isi
Land Transport of Dresden.
. Having established an agency at Hono
i j .t. U,.,.,jj,n ll:in.l
signed General Agents are autlionzeil to,
lake risks against the dangers of the seas
Pt the most reasonable rates and on thi
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO..
Agents fo he Hawiiian Islands.
The above Insurance Companies have
established a General Agency here, and the
undersigned. General Agents, are
to take risks against the dangers of
the seas at the most reasonable rates and
on the most favorable terms.
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO., Gnl. Agts.
Capital of the company and reserve,
reichsmarks - 6,000,00a
Capital their reinsurance companies
... - 101,650,000.
Total reichsmarks - 107,650,000
Capital of the company and reserve,
reichsmarks - - 8330,00c
Capital their reinsurance com
Total reichsmarks 41,830,
The undersigned, General Agents of thej
ibove two companies for the Hawaiian
Mauds, are prepared to insure Buildings
Merchiniise and Produce,
inery, etc., also Su?ar and Rice Mills,,
. Vessels in the ban r, against toss 03
fige by fire on the most favorabletenns.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
, AT GAZETTE 'OFFICE.
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