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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, OCTOBER 13, 1887.
MMIWU..TeMllag,l.:MUBMll
THE
Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Is now for sale daily at the Follewlnsr Places
. H. SOPER."...... Merchant street
A. M. HEWETT Merchant street
T. G. THRUM -..Fort street
WM. STPUHLMANJf Hawaiian Hotel
Five Cents per Copy.
THURSDAY
October 13th
It looks as if the "Gazette" had as
sumed the role of dictator.
Every housekeeper should be very
careful about sanitary matters during
this warm spell. The cit3' is not alto
gether free from malarial fever.
In this issue we give the report of Mr.
C. N. Spencer, Inspector General of Im
migrants. The information contained
in it is invaluable and Mr. Spencer de
serves great credit for the pains he has
taken in presenting such a concise re
poit. ,
The New York "World," of Septem
ber 21st, editorially says there are $100,
000,000 in the U. S. Treasury more than
the Government needs. This idle money
is not only not earning and interest and
liable to be sqandered in extravagant
appropriations, but it has become a
serious menace to business prosperity.
How useful some of that money could be
made in Hawaii.
FURIOUS DRIVING.
Cases of furious
driving
are of alto
gether too frequent occurrence in and
around this city, and a comparatively
small proportion of the offenders are
brought to justice. Perhaps under the
newly inaugurated police regulations
this constant menace to life and limb
will find a remedy. It is at least very
desirable that a reformation should be
effected, for Honolulu is becoming no
torious in this respect. Not only are
horses furiously ridden and driven, but
half broken animals are trained upon
the streets. Such a sight is by no means
uncommon. Surely it would require no
more than ordinary vigilance to prevent
this. In a place where it is so much
the custom of ladies to go o.rit driving
alone, the danger is especially great.
BOARD OF IMMIGR:
Report of C. X. Speucer, Inspector
Geueral or ImmijrrantM.
To His Excellency Lorrin A. Thurston,
President of the Board of Immigration,
etc. Sir: Herewith I have the honor to
submit niy report for the months of June,
July, August and September.
Since assuming the office of Inspector
General of Immigrants I have visited and
inspected the following plantations, viz. :
OS THE ISLAND OF OA1IU.
June 2, 1687. Waimanalo.gJ. A. Cum
mins, Manager. There are employed on
this plantation 352 Chinese, 13 Hawaiians,
2 white men. Total, 307.
There are no laborers under contract.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Chinese as laborers.
June G, 1887. Waianae, A. Ahrens,
Manager. Employs 46 Japanese, 2 Japa
nese women, 46 Portuguese, 129 Chinese,
21 Hawaiians, 16 overseers and mechanics.
. Total, 260.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Chinese and Portuguese as la
borers. June 6, 1887. Waialua, R. Halstead,
Manager. Employs 37 Portuguese, 14
Japanese, 3S Hawaiians, 54 Chinese. Total,
143.
Sanitary condition lair.
At the time of my visit there were four
cases of fever
Prefers Pertuguese as laborers.
Therebeing.no immigrants on the Laie,
Heeia and Kaneohe plantations, I did not
inspect them.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
June 15, 1887. K0I03, A. Cropp, Mana
ger. Employs 54 Portuguese, 35 Portu
guese women, 64 Japanese, 41 New Hebri
deans, 9 .New Hebridean women, 7 Chinese,
66 Hawaiians, 10 Germans. Total, 286.
Sanitary condition bad.
At the time of m3' visit there were five
cases of fever.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
June 15, 1887. Eleele, Dreier. Manager.
Employs 68 Hawaiians, 17 S. S. Islanders,
6 Manila men, 2 Germans, 23 Portuguese,
20 Chinese. Total, 136.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
June 15, 1887.-Kakaba, Otto Isenberg,
Manager. Employs 9 Germans, 3 me
chanics, 4 Chinese, 9 Japanese, 4 Hawaii
ana, 1 Mulatto, 8 S. S. Islanders, 2 Span
iards, 5 Malays, 13 New- Hebrideans.
Total, 58.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Japanese as laborers..
June 15, 1837. Meyer & Kruse, planters
for Kekaha Mill. Employ 73 Chinese, 13
Germans, 6 Hawaiians, 3 Mexicans, 11
Japanese, 42 Portuguese. Total, 148,
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
June 18, 1887. Lihue, Carl Isenberg,
Manager. Employs 37 Hawaiians, 90 Ger
mans, 63 Portuguese. 17 Portuguese boys,
47 S. S. Islanders.l Norwegian.6 Spaniards,
00 Japanese, 71 Chinese, 17 New Hebri
deans. Total, 379.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
June 18, 1887. Hanamaulu, A. S. "Wil
cox, Manager. Employs 67 Portuguese, 9
Japanese, 44 Hawaiians, 93 Chinese"
Total, 218.
Sanitary condition good .
Prefers Portuguese as laborers.
June 22, 1887. Kilauea, Macfie. Mana
ger. Employs 61 Portuguese, 6 Portuguese
boj's,6 Finns, 41 Japanese, 11 Japanese
women, 105 Chinese. Total, 230.'
Sanitary condition good.;
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
June 22, 1887. Princeville, Carl Koel
ling, Manager. Employs 53 Hawaiians, 15
Portuguese. 2 Germans. 135
Chinese. Total, 210.
r Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
June 23. 1887. Kealia and Kapaa, Z. S.
Spalding, Manager. Employs 125 Portu
guese, 30Portuguese boys, 20 Portuguese
15-2 Jananese. 400 Chinese. 30
skilled laborers, 25 S. S. Islanders, 40 Japa
nese women, 35 Hawaiians. Total, 8o7.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
There being no immigrants on the Ma
kaweli and Waiamea Dlantations. I did
not inspect them.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
July 20, 18S7. Kipahula, Oscar Unna,
Manager. EmDlovs 50 Chinese. 15 Hawa
iians, 5 New Hebrideans. Total, 70.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Chinese as laborers.
There are no laborers under contract on
this plantation.
July 21, 1887. Sproull & Irvine, planters
for the Reciprocity Mill. Employ 19 Por
tuguese, 8 Portuguese women. Total, 27.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefer Portuguese as laborers.
July 20, 1837. Reciprocity, David Cen
ter. Manager. Employs 47 Japanese, 5
Japanese women, 64 Portuguese, 27 Portu
guese boys, 31 Portuguese women, 38 Ha
waiians, 31 Chinese. Total, 233.
Sanitary condition fair.
Prefers Portuguese as laborers.
July 21. 1877. Hana, Dennis Toomey,
Manager. Employs 23 Portuguese,5 Portu
guese boys, 17 Japanese, 21 New Hebri
deans, 1 New Hebridean woman, 75 Ha
waiians, 27 Chinese, 6 Hawaiian overseers.
Total, 175.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Portuguese as laborers.
July 22, 1837. Hamakuapoko, Baldwin,
Manager. Employs 172 Portuguese,
Portuguese women, 33 Portuguese minors,
51 Hawaiians, 26 S. S. Islanders, 24 Japa
nese, 4 Japanese women, 107 Chinese, 6
Norwegians, 12 overseers, 11 clerks and
mechanics, 18 Hawaiians on ranch. Total,
504.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Chinese and Portuguese.
July 23, 1887. Huelo, Wm. Turner,
Manager. Employs 33 Portuguese, 24
Portuguese women, 48 Chinese, 12 Hawa
iians, Total, 117.
Sanitary condition good. "
Prefers Portuguese as laborers.
July 25, 1887. Paia, Walsh, Manager.
Employs 145 Portuguese, 41 Portuguese
women, 41 Portuguese minors, 75 Chinese,
37 Japanese. 7 Japanese women, 31 New
Hebrideans, 19 Hawaiians, 16 Swedes.
Total, 412.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Portuguese as laborers.
July 25, 1887. Spreckelsville, H. Morri
son, Manager. Employs 1 24 white men,
16 Portuguese, 887 Chinese, 182 Japanese,
12 Hawaiians. Total, 1,221.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Chinese as laborers.
When I visited this plantation there
were four cases of beriberi.
July 26, 1887. Wailuku, E. D. Wal
bridge, Manager. Employs 11 white men,
80 Hawaiians, 9 Chinese, 22 Japanese, 66
Portuguese, 11 Portuguese women, 6 Por
tuguese boys. Total, 205.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Portuguese as laborers.
July 26, 1887. Waikapu, W. H. Corn-
well, Manager. Employs -66 Chinese, 10
New Hebrideans, 23 Portuguese, 50 Hawa
iians, 4 Malays. Total, 153.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Portuguese as laborers.
July 27, 1.887. Olowalu, A. Heneberg,
Manager. Employs 15 Hawaiians, 100
Chinese, 13 Portuguese, 4 Portuguese
women, 3 Portuguese boys, 4 Germans, 10
Chinese. Total, 149.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Japanese and Chinese as laborers.
July 23, 1837. Pioneer Mill, W. Y. Hor
ner, Manager. Employs 68 Japanese, 45
S. S. Islanders, 100 Hawaiians, 6 Germans,
1 Norwegian. 1 Englishman, 15 Chinese, 32
Portuguese. Total, 268.
Sanitary Condition fair.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
At the time of my visit there were two
cases of fever.
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
August 6, 1887. Kuikuihaele, Wm.
Horner, planter. Employs 41 Japanese, 43
Chinese, 10 Portuguese, 25 Hawaiians
Total, 119.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
August " 6, 1887. Kukuibaele, W. H.
Purvis, planter. Employs 12 white men,
35 Hawaiians, 5 Portuguese, 96 Japanese,
40 Chinese. Total, 183.
Sanitary condOon good.
Prefers Chinese as laborers.
August 3, 1887. Paauhau A. Moore,
Manager. Employs 11 Hawaiians, 4 S. S.
Islanders, 96 Japanese, 6 Japanese women,
33 Portuguese. 105 Chinese, 15 white men,
overseers, etc. Total, 275.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Chinese and Portuguese.
August 8, 1887. Honokaa, W. H. Rick
ard, Manager. Employs 25 white men, 12
Hawaiians, 12 Chinese, 85 Portuguese, 26
Portuguese minors, 31 Japanese, 3 Japan
ese women. Total, 194.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Portuguese and Chinese as labor
ers.
August 8, 1887. Honokaa, W. H. Rick
ard, planter. Employs 9 Portuguese, 9
Portuguese women, 1 Hawaiian, 48 Chin
ese. Total, 67.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Chinese and Portuguese as la
borers. .
Cane ground at the" Honokaa Mill.
August 8, 1887. Honokaa, J. Marsden,
planter. Employs, 15 Japanese, 3 white
men. Total, 18.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Chinese and Portuguese as la
borers. Cane ground at the Honokaa Mill.
August 8, 1887. Honokaa, R. M. Orer-
end, planter. Employs 14 Japanese, 11
Japanese women, 21 Chinese, 1 Hawaiian,
1 Portuguese, 1 German, 2 Americans.
Total, 51.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
Cane ground at the Honokaa Mill.
August 8, 1887. Parker & Paty, planters,
Employ 3 Hawaiians, 10 Portuguese, 3 S.
S. Islanders, 4 Portuguese women, 20
Japanese. Total, 40.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
Cane ground at the Honokaa Mill.
August 8, 18S7. Hamakua Sugar Co., T.
Lydgate, Manager. Employs 10 white
men, 80 Portuguese, 64 Japanese. Total,
154.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
August 8, 1837. Kukaiau, Horner, Man
ager. Employs 2 Portuguese, 1 Portu
guese minor, 11 Hawaiians, 6 white men,
45 Japanese, 10 Japanese women, 55 Chi
nese. Total, 130.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
August 9, 1887. Ookala, J. Wright, Man
ager. Employs 21 white men, 67 Portu
guese, 25 Portuguese minors, 47 Portu
guese women, 35 S. S. Islanders, 46 Japan
ese. Total, 241.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
August 9, 1887. Waipunalei, T. Hinds,
planter. Employs 3 Portuguese, 4 Portu
guese women, 26 Chinese, 1 Hawaiian.
Total, 34.
Sanitary condition'good.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
Cane ground at the Laupahoehoe Mill.
August 9, 1887. Laupahoehoe Sugar Co.
J. M. .Lydgate, Manager. Employs 10
white men, 67 Portuguese, 16 Portuguese
boys, 22 Portuguese women, 137 Chinese, 1
Hawaiian. Total, 253.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Chinese as laborers.
August 9, 1887. Papaloa, A. Lydgate &
Co., planters. Employ 11 Japanese, 1 Jap
anese woman, 85 Chinese, 67 Portuguese, 8
Portuguese women, 1 Hawaiian. Total,
173.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefer Chinese as laborers.
August 10, 1887. Hakalau, Lehmann;
Manager. Employs 75 Portuguese, 7 Por
tuguese women, 8 Portuguese boys, 89
Japanese, 11 Japanese women, 300 Chi
nese, 20 white men, 7 Hawaiians. Total,
517.
Sanitary condition fair.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
August 10, 1887. Honomu, Wm. Kin
ney, .Manager, inmpioys Uhinese, 75
Portuguese, 60 Portuguese women, 2 Ha-
waains, 8 Japanese, 5 white men. Total,
180.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Chinese an$ Portuguese as la
borers.
There are no laborers under contract on
this plantation.
August 10, 1887. Pepeekeo, Wong Tuck,
Manager. Employs 270 Chinese, 42 Ha
waiians, 9S. S. Islanders, 2 Portuguese, 2
Portuguese women, 1 Spaniard. Total,
326.
Sanitary condition fair.
Prefers Chinese as laborers.
August 10, 1887. Onomea, Wm. Good-
ale, Manager. Employs 78 Hawaiians, 27
Portuguese, 8 Portuguese women, Z06 Chi
nese. Total, loy.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Portuguese as laborers.
Cane ground at the Papaikou Mill.
August 10, 1887. Papaikou, J. Colville,
Manager. Employs 108 Portuguese, 21
Portuguese minors, 18 Portuguese women,
55 Japanese, 5 Japanese women. 38 Ha
waiians, 14 Hawaiian boys, 3 Hawaiian
women, 6 Uhinese, V white men. Total,
274.
Sanitary condition fair 8 on sick list.
Prefers Portuguese as laborers.
August 10, 1887. Paukaa, Jona. Tucker
Manager. Employs 1G Hawaiians, 21 Por
tuguese, 20 Chinese, 6 Negroes. Total, 63.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Chinese and Portuguese as la
borers.
Cane ground at the Papaikou Mill.
Only four immigrants on this plantation.
August 11, 1887. Wainaku, John Scott,
Manager. Employs 136 Portuguese, 44
Portuguese women, 30 Portuguese minors,
124 Japanese, 26 Japanese women, 3 Ha
wanans, loy unmese. Total. 532.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
August 11, 1887. Waiakea, C. C. Ken
neay, manager, employs 10 white men,
100 Portuguese, 15 Portuguese minors, 88
Japanese, 36 Chinese. Total, 254.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
August 13, 1887. Niulii, Robt. Hall,
Manager Employs 6 Portuguese, 35 Jap
anese, 5 Japanese women, 6 white men, 27
Hawaiians, 60 Chinese. Total, 139.
Sanitary condition good. .
Prefers Japanese and Chinese as laborers.
August 13, 1837. Akina & Aseu, plant
ers. Employ b5 Chinese, lo Hawaiians.
Total 80.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Japanese as laborers.
Cane ground at Niulii Mill.
August 13, 1887. Thompson
Bros.,
Portu-
planters. Employ 30 Chinese, 6
guese. Total, 36.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefer Japanese and Portuguese as la
borers.
Cane ground at Niulii Mill.
August 13, 1887. Halawa, C. B. Wells,
Manager. Employs 77 Chinese, 42 Portu
guese, 19 Portuguese women, 11 Portu
guese minors, 18 Hawaiians, 3 white men.
Total. 170.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Chinese as laborers.
August 13, 1887. Kohala, T. A, Chapin,
Manager. Employs 94 Hawaiians, 109
Chinese, 83 Portuguese, 41 Portuguese
women, 3 Portuguese minors, 52 Japanese,
17 Japanese women, 2 half-whites, 9 white
men. Total, 415.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Portuguese as laborers.
August 15, 1837. Hawi, J. Hinds, Man
ager. Employs 35 Chinese, 33 Portuguese,
8 Portuguese minors, 49 Hawaiians, 10
New Hebrideans, 2 Spaniards. Total, 192.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Portuguese and Chinese as la
borers. August 15, 1837. Hawi, Beecroft,
planter. Employs 35 Chinese, 5 S. S. Isl
anders, 30 Hawaiians, 8 Portuguese. Total,
78.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Chinese as laborers.
August 15, 1837. Union Mill, Kynners
leyBros., planters. Employ 75 Chinese,
70 Hawaiians. Total, 145.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefer Japanese as laborers.
Cane ground at the Union Mill.
August 15, 1887. Union Mill, H. Ken
ton, Manager. Employs 3 Americans, 1
Scotchman, 17 Hawaiians, 14 Portuguese,
26 Japanese, 5 Japanese women, 13 Chi
nese. Total, 81.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Chinese as laborers.
August 15, 1887. Star Mill, George
Ewart. Manager. Employs 6 white men,
3 Hawaiians, 46 Portuguese, 10 Portuguese
women, 37 Chinese, 23 Japanese, 6 Japa
nese women. Total, 131.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Portuguese and Chinese laborers.
September 20, 18S7. Pahala, D. Foster,
Manager. Employs 15 white men, me
chanics, overseers, etc., 24 white men
under contract, 15 Hawaiians, 11 S. S.
Islanders, 139 Chinese, 95 Portuguese, 10
Portuguese minors. Total, 309.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefers Chinese as.laborers.
September.24, 1837. Hilea Sugar Co., E
E. Robins, Manager. Employs 33 Japa
nese, 25-Chinese, 35 Hawaiians, 7 S. S.
Islanders, 40 'Portuguese, 18 Portuguese
minors, 15 Portuguese women, 13 white
men, overseers, etc. Total, 186.
Sanitary condition good.
Prefer Japanese as,: laborers.
October 1, 1837. Naalehu. and Honuapo
Plantations, H. Center, Manager. Em
ploys 153 Hawaiians, 53 Portuguese, 35
Portuguese minors, 8 Portuguese women,
113 Chinese, 85 Japanese, 30 white men,
overseers, etc. Total, 477.
Sanitary condition fair.
Prefer Japanese as laborers.
RECAPITULATION.
Number and'nationality of employees.
Hawaiian
Men 1,690
Women 3
Minors 14
1,707
Portuguese
Men 2,550
Women 513
Minors 410
3,473
Japanese
en 1,985
V omen 175
2,160
Chinese
Men 5,009
5,099
S. S. Islanders
Men
242
242
New Hebrideans
Men i4s
Women ..... 10
158
Other Nationalities
American, English. Finns. Ger
mans, Malays, etc G78
Total 13,517
The following question was asked the
Manager of each of the plantations I
visited, viz. : Which nationality of immi
grants do you prefer? To which replies
were made as follows :
Twenty-three prefer Japanese.
Twelve prefer Portuguese.
Eleven prefer Chinese.
Eleven prefer Chinese and Portuguese.
Two prefer Japanese and Portuguese.
J. he Japanese are evidently growing in
favor tor general work with the planters.
Where they have been tried they
have proved themselves equal to, if not
superior, to the Chinese in the boiling
house. On the .Lihue Plantation. TC"nni
none but Japanese are employed in the
boiling house, and Mr. Carl Isenberg (the
manager) speaks in the highest terms of
their work. The same testimony was
given by other managers who employ
Japanese round the mill and in the boiling
house.
The general opinion is that the Japanese
are the best class of immigrant labprers,
and next to them the Portuguese.
For working mules and oxen, plowing
and teaming, Hawaiians and Portuguese
are preferable.
Although among them there are many
good men and good workmen, the general
impression is there are enough Chinese in
the country.
The South Sea Islanders were introduced
into the country for two purposes the
one to meet an urgent demand for labor
ers, and the other to increase the popula
tion (Hooululahui).
It was hoped they would intermarry
with the Hawaiians, and by an infusion of
new blood renew- the vitality of the latter
race; but as the S. S. Islander is undoubt
edly inferior to the Hawaiian, both physic
ally and mentally, intermarriage could
only end detrimentally to the Hawaiian.
The Hawaiian feels and knows that he is
superior to the S. S. Islander, and there
fore never fraternize with him ; and a Ha-
wuuaii umau wuuiu as soon tmnx 01 en
tering into marital relations with the "man
in the moon" as with a S. S. Islander.
As laborers, with a few exceptions, they
are an absolute failure.
They have been a source of great ex
pense and trouble to the Government, and
no benefit to the country, and, all things
considered, I think they are a very unde
sirable class of immigrants.
The health of the laborers throughout
the Kingdom is, I am happy to say, good.
Beriberi, which in former years was so
prevalent and fatal among the Chinese and
Japanese, is nearly eradicated, there being
on all the plantations not one-half so
many cases as I have known, in former
times, on a single plantation.
The comparative freedom from this
dreaded disease I ascribe to better diet and
medical attendance.
The laborers' quarters are, generally
speaking, good; there are, however, a few
exceptions. I have ordered improvements
where they were necessary.
The managers of the different planta
tions 1 have visited showed a ready willing
ness to make any improvements I saw tit
to suggest.
I have the honor to be. Sir, your obedient
servant. C. N. Spexceb.
Inspectoi General of Immigrants
Honolulu, Oahu, Oct. 10, 1837.
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