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"VOLi. XX., NO. 3790.
nOlNOIUIiir. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMIJER 14, 1S94.
PRICE: o CENTS.
C. BREWER k CO, LIMITED
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Oncmea
Bugar Co., Honomu Sugar Co., Wailuku
Sugar Co., Waihee Sugar Co., Makee
6ngar Co., llaleakala Ranch Co., Kapa
Planters' Line San Fiancisco Packets.
Chas. Brewer & Co.'a Line of Boston
Agents Boston Board ol Underwriters.
Agents Philadelphia Board of Under
writers. LIST OF OFFICEKS:
P. C. Joses President
Geo. II. Robertson Manager
E. F. Bishop Tres. and Secy.
Col. V. F. Allek Auditor
C. M. Cooke J
II. Waterhouse. ..
C. L. Carter )
Between Alakea and Kichard Streets.
THE UNDERSIGNED AltE PRP
pared to rnako all kinds ot Iron,
Brass, Bronze. Zinc and Lead Castings;
also a general Repair Shop for Steam
Engines, Rice Mills, Corn Mills, Water
Wheels, Wind Mills, etc.; Machines for
the cleaning of Coffee, Castor Oil Beans.
TftTni Sisal. Pineapple Leaves and
other fibrous plants ; also, Machines for I
IWr Htock, Machines for extracting
Starch from Manioc, Arrow jiooi, eic.
rf tTAil orders prompuy auenaeu 10. 1
Wliite, Kitman & Co.
A FIXE ASSORTMENT .
TILES FOR FLOORS !
And for Decorating rnrposea;
Matting of all Kinds,
WING W0 CHAN & CO.
Ho. -"5t Nuuanu Wtr.
A'o. 318. 1
rrrtlK MANAGEMENT BEG TO EX-
fnro all orders will be received at our
office and delivered by own carts direct
from the works. None other genuine.
Just ring up 318, Mutual telephone, and
civilty and despatch will be the result,
with value for your money in our
HOP BEER! HOP BEER!
"We need not dictate to our customers
the color of label to use, but must accept
the o'd adage: Imitation is the Sincer
est Flattery." Our Hop Beer is too well
knOWD' C. A FOG ARTY,
ertSr Cut-rate prices to private fami
lies : Pints, 50 cents per dozen ; Quarts,
80 tents per dozen.
The Planters' Monthly.
II. M. Whitney, - Editor.
CONTENTS iBtS1. VTJCXJST
Oahn Railway & Land Co.
Tea Culture in Hawaii Conclud-
edpresident Cleveland on Sugar
Duties. . T
Coffee Culture in Hawaii.
Commercial Fertilizers and Green
Notes on Hamakua Mills.
Life in the Soil.
Guilty or not Gailty.
Cane'Diseases in N. S. ales.
Smrar Cane in California.
Items of Interest to Su-ar Boilers
Transfer of Sugar Cane fro ai Carts
to Cars. ,. I-
Artesian Water wr lrrigauuu.
McKinley Act and Sugar Bounties.
The Egyptain Sugar Industry.
The Tomato. ,
Benefits of the Sugar Bounty.
Sugar for Japan.
RnWrintion $2.50 a year.
Foreign Subscription $3 a year.
Bound Volumes -
Back Volumes bound to order.
0"Published by the
HAWAIIAN GAZE TIE GO.
This Space is Reserved!
Pioneer Furniture Com'y.
609 and 611 King Street.
Office New afe Deposit Building,
IIoholulxj, H. I.
Plana, Opacifications, and Superintend
ence given for every description of Build
ing. Old Bui lings successfully remodelled
Design, fur Interior Decoration.
aps or Mechanical Drawing, Tmcing,
far Book or Newspaper
The New Jewelry Store
003 Fort Street,
A2B FRKPABED TO MANUFACTURE ANY
THING IN THEIR LINE.
SOUVCllir SpOOHS !
biwukhij. uu uauu a uuc ol.
EVERYTinKQ IN THE LATEST DESIGNS.
Island orders promptly attended to.
P. O. BOX 2S7.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 463.
E. A. JACOBSON
Smooth Leaf Cayenne variety for sale
1 to 25. 20 cents each ; 23 to 50, 20 cents
each : 50 to 100, 15 cents each ; per 100,
$12.50; per 1000, $100.
2tTerms Cash, with order.
Hawaiian Fruit and Packing Company
vaOrdprs left with J. Emmeluth &
qq Honolulu, will receive prompt at-
rem ion . kj
When a Man Needs Meat
HE BUYS IT!
When a man needs Uay and Grain,
he don't have to hunt.
Does the the hunting and furnish
xra Vmnt for the market. Fresh
if v - -
supply just arrived ex S.G.AVilder.
MISS BURROW'S DRESSMAKING
Rooms have been removed to 103
Fort street, opposite J. T. Waterhouse s
No. 10 Store. Good work, style and htting
guaranteed with low prices. Jfutoal
Telephone 47S. 6.1s-u
ft TES PRAY WOULD ANNOUKCE
Ai that she will attend a limited num
rr of patients. Aidress at H. M.
WhitoB&. King St.; Bell Telephone 75.
Tlie White House
118 Nuuanu Street,
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
A FIRST-CLASS ROOMING HOUSE
IN KVERY RESPECT.
Rooms from $1.50 to $3.00 per
Week or 50c. per Day.
Leli Te'.eplione 132
1 dozen Cabinet ? 4 00
dozen Cabinet 2 50
1 dozen Large (SxlO) 12 00
K dozen Large (SxlO) S 00
Japanese Photographer, opposite the
Emn?a Hall,Nunanu street.
August 10, 1S04. 3761-2ai
M. S. Grossman, D.D.S.
93 Horn st&2it.
ggr-Orric Hocas 9 a. sc. to 4 p. x.
CASTLE ffi COOKE,
Hardware -i and :- Commission
General Merchandise I
First-class Market in every respect ; be
sides carrying a full line of Meats,
a specialty 01
Pressed. Corn Beef.
WESTBR00K & GARES,
Steam Candy Factory and Bakery
Practical Confectioner and Baker,
71 HOTEL. STREET.
G. E. BOARDMAN,
SOLE AGENT FOB
HUSTACE & Co.
WOOD AND COAL
Also White and Black Sand which we
will sell at the very lowest market ra-i,
j2J"B2LL TZLSPHONS No. 414.
s2?31cTr; ii TsLzraoss So. 414.
The A D VER T IS Eli is deliver
ed bv carriers to any part of
the city for 75 cents a month, in
advance. Subscribe now and keep
up with the new year. Ring up
Telephone No. SS.
Viavi Remedies for Sale.
ILLUSTRATED TALKS WILL BE
given EVERY MONDAY, at 3 p.m.
All mothers and daughters are invited to
attend and bring friends. Admission
free. Viavi Office: Way Block, under
Harmony Hall, 1C Kin street, Hono
lulu. Viavi will cure catarrh. 3752-lm
M. W. McCHESXEY k
AND DEALERS IN
Leather and Shoe Findings
Soap Works Co.,
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Cutlery and Glassware
307 Fort Street.
Soda Water Works Company, Limited
Esplanade, Corner Allep and Fort Sts.
FIOLLISTEK & CO.,
3710 1553-ly Agenta.
WILLIAM C. PARKE,
AT - LAW
gat to tak Aekaovrltdgmanta
No. 13 Kaahumanu Stxeet, Hono
lulu, H. I.
FOBT 8TKEET, OPPOSITE WILDE3 AjCJ3w!a.
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
First-class Lunches served with Tea, Cof
fee, Soda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk.
jGT'OPEN FE0M 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. M.
Smokers' Requisites a specialty.
CITY -:- CARRIAGE -:- COMPANY
Corner King and Bet'iel Streets.
Carriages at a'd Hours !
l-Both Telephones 113.
3713-tf J. S. ANDRADE, Manager.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Notary Public.
Office: Over Bishop's Bank.
LEWIS & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
111 FORT STREET,
P. O. Box 297.
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE.
Importer ana Delr to
GENS R AL MERCHANDISE.
N. 35-31 Queen 8teet, Honolulu.
H. HACKFELD a CO..
0'neral Commission Agents
Cor. Fort and Queen 8ts., Honolulu.
LEAVERS & COOKE,
Successors to Lewers & Dickson.
Importers and Dealers in Lumber
-And all Kinds of Building Materials.
XO. 8S FOKT 8TKEET, HONOLULU
HonoyjLU iroh storks co.,
B-vtJer. Nnnr .Kills, Coo!r,
nDi leai! Cnstltiy,
Andiis-cbinerr of every description nade
to or3r. Particular attention paid to
phiDs blacksmithinv:. Job work excatod
on tb shortest notic.
The Mcsl Ccmplete -5 Millineiy
IN ALL ITS hTYLLS AT
J. 1 Egan's, 514 Fort St.
A kr-3 assOf tmer.t of Wcci-n Dress
Good fctorm rue m tl.ue, kick ana
White: Scotch, h neli.-h and American
Gingrams in large quantities.
A ine line in fancy-Sred via3h
A oraplete ptcci: 01 btnped ana
Cbected Flannels. This is the place
to biy vour Lace", Embroidery and
Hosiery, cheap; a v-cruplete line.
DrtEFrcakiri: done in all ita
brani.f sby ti e .e"ii-knownDressonaker,
COUNCILS OP THE REPUBLIC,
John F. Colburn Wants His Four
A PROPOSITION FOR STREET PAVING.
The UilllAUowinc Goods for the UUhop
Museum to nter Free Calif Forth
an Objection from Emmelutk on the
Alcohol Question, anil Is ICeferred.
The Councils met yesterday,
with Chairman Wilder in the chair.
There Were present President Dole ;
Ministers Hatch, King, Damon and
c !iU . .1 n.,:ir, T-.
Ena, Waterhouse, Allen, Smith,
Mendonca, Emmeluth, Young and
The Minister of Finance pre
sented the following letter from J.
F. Colburn :
James A. Kino, Minister of the In
t: The undersigned claims of the
aiiau Government the sum of
Xinnitiiau uuiciuiucuu iud ouua w i
52.20 for four days' salary as Minister
of the Interior,
which office theun-
dersigned filled from January 13th to
January 17th, 1503, and for which he
has not yet been paid.
John F. Colburn.
A motion was made to pay the
amount out of the fund for inci
dentals in the Interior Department.
President Dole said that the
claim should have been presented
Minister Damon said there was
a day in dispute, and that this day
had caused all the delay.
The Attorney-General said the
Auditor-General would not author
ize the payment unless a special
bill was passed.
On motion of President Dole, the
matter was referred to the Judi
Mr. D. B. bmith presented a pe
tition for an artesian well at the
Reform School, from Palama resi
dents. Referred to the Executive.
Minister Damon presented his
weekly finance statement, which
was received and placed on file.
The Attorney-General introduced
a bill relating to the bonds of cer
tain Government officials. It was
as follows :
An act relating to bonds of Govern
ment ofllcials and employees.
Be it enacted by tne executive auu
Advisory Councils of the Republic of
ection 1. In every case where
bonds for the faithful performance of
duty are not already required by law
of officers and employees in any De-
partmentor Bureau of the Govern-
ment, the bead of the Department or
of the Bureau, as the case may be,
may require everv such officer or em-
ployee to give a bond for the faithful
performance of bis duties.
Section "Z. wneuever any sucn
bond shall be required by the head of
a Department, the amount of the pen
alty and the conditions of the bond
shall be such as the head of the De
partment shall deem proper. And
when any snch bond is required by
the head of a Bureau, the amount of
the penalty and the conditions of the
bond shall be such as the head of the
Bureau, with the approval of the head
of the Department, shall deem proper.
Section 3. All such bonds hereto
fore given are hereby ratified and con
Section 4. This act shall take effect
from the date of its publication.
The above bill passed its first
President Dole eaid he had no
ticed that there had been no publi
cation, in the newspapers, of the
weekly finance report. lie moved
that the secretary be instructed to
ask for bids for publishing the re
Mr. Emmeluth wished to make
some inquiries as to immigration,
lie understood that some private
parties were making arrangements
to bring a large number of contract
laborers here, and he wanted to
know why. He asked information
on the following questions, stating
that he did not expect an immedi
ate reply :
1. L'nder what restrictions, if any,
can private parties import contract
laborers into the Hawaiian Republic?
2. Is it the purpose of the Govern
ment to encourace such importations?
3. Is it lawful'for immigrants to be
allowed to land as contract laborers
who were cot shipped as such at
port of embarkation?
The bill allowing articles for the
Bishop Museum to enter free of
duty, came up for its second read
ing. Mr. Ena moved an amendmeut,
by having the certificate of one of
the trustees sullicient to admit the
goods, instead of that of the curator
of the Museum.
Mr. Emmeluth wanted to know
how much alcohol the Museum
used. He was averse to allowing
any alcohol to enter free of duty.
Mr. Waterhouse moved to refer
the bill to the Judiciary Commit
tee, as there were several amend
ments which should be made. Car
ried. The secretary read a communi
cation from J. Cranstoun, relating
to street pavement, as follows :
Hon. J. A. King, Esq., Minister
Deak Sih: I have the honor to
en hin It fnp r n: ie!il-tvi Hon of fltrt
interior Department and the Advls-
ory Council, the question of vitrified
brick for street paving.
It U in successful use in several of
the larpre cities of Ohio, Indiana,
Iowa, Kansas and various other
States. Chicago Is trying to adopt
the same system for Its roadways.
Until the last year the manufacture
of this special brick was much a mat
ter of experiment, but the company I
represent in this transaction has by
persistent etrorts reduced the proposi.
tion to a scientific success, the first
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e str uctible.
quired iur yciirs iu iuci i. in aiiuuab
1 do not tniiiK tuere
will be any more noise than with the
unsatisfactory pavement, and when
swept every morning and sprinkled
say, twice a day there would bo a
minimum amount of dust on the
street. As a sanitary measure it can
not be too highly commended, as
there is no chance for any decaying
matter to lodge on its surface or iu
the spaces between rows to breed dis
ease. It is safe for horses, easier on
rolling stock and heavier leads can
be hauled over It than on any other
road In existence. I would also re
commend it for the wharves as it
would stop all repair bills after once
laid, and it would be a boon to men
running hand trucks, and a great deal
more work could be accomplished
My samples and price lists have
gone astray in transit, but I wish to
submit a proposition for your consid
eration, which is that if the com
pany will furnish the brick free of
charge, will the Government pay
freight on same and bear the expense
of laying an experimental road, un
dtr my supervision, on one side of Fort
street, from King to Merchant streets,
a distance of 223 feet by a width of 11
feet 6 inches from curb to outer line of
street car rail, and in this connection
I am uninformed as to whether the
two feet on the outside of the rail Is
part of the street railway franchise
and under their control, or whether it
is in the hands of the Government, as
there is quite a depression from the
edge of the rail to the commencement
of the roadway proper, and to make a
symmetrical pavement it would be
necessary to remove the material now
there the whole distance of 223 feet.
While I catonot positively assert
that the company will do this as I am
without instructions on that point,
yet if the Government will enter into
I an agreement that if the pavement is
I satisfactory to be decided by three
I arbitrators, one for the Government,
one for the company, mid the third
chosen by these two they will give
the company a contrary to pave the
wharves, and in addition thereto as
much of the public roadways as may
be deemed advisable, I have no doubt
they will do it, and I urn making this
proposition now so as to save time
Hoping you will gi- this your ear
liest and best attention.
I am, yours truly,
The matter was referred to the
The Councils then adjourned.
China as England's Bulwark.
ine iuture 01 tne ivorean penin
sula is a matter of deep concern to
Great liritain, and any develope
ment of events which would mate
rially alter the status quo might
easily involve her in a quarrel with
Russia. Finally, there is the pos
sibility of a Chinese defeat to be
faced. This would be a grave
matter for us. A strong China is
one of our chief bulwarks against
Russian aggression on the North
and French pretentions on the
East. The di.-appearance of this
bulwark, or its reduction to a r.eg
ligeable quantity, would Eeriously
change our position in India and
our hold on our Eastern dependen
cies. London Graphic.
Bridget Soy, Pat, fer why is it
they calls this our tin weddin'?
Patrick Faith an' its becaze we've
been married tin years. Arkansas
Parrots have been trained to call
railway trains ia Germany.