TUC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY 3 1S99.
12 lots at Kalihl, facing Karnehauifc
ha IV Road, and in front of G.
Mark.ham'3 residence, with a new
2 One lot 9Gx200 feet, mauka or th
Catholic church premises at Kalihl
3 24 lots at Kapalama, lying :nauk
of King street, about 300 feet froir
the Kapalama Tramways Depot.
4 Five lots and houses at Kapalam.
situated mauka of King street ars
' on the Waikiki side of Morris
tate premises, income ?552 a year
5 A lot of about half an acre m.uk
side of King street, about 400 fe-i
from the corner of Liliha an 1 Kina
streets. The premises produce ac
income of $731 per annum.
6 25 lots 50x100 feet in Puunui Tract
25 lots 75x150 in Puunui Tract.
25 lots 100x200 in Puunui Tract.
7 6 lots 100x200 on Nuuanu street
right opposite the old ice works
About 300 lots 50x100 at Nuuanu a.',
rear and mauka of the above 6 lot
8 About 50 lots In the Kekio Tract,
situated opposite the Makee Islanc
band stand. It is admitted that
is one of the best tracts near tb
Waikiki Sea Beach.
9 About 50 lots in the Kapaimli
10 About 1000 acres in Kealakomo
Puna, Hawaii; the land extendi
from tlie beach to about 2 milet
from the volcano.
11 -City properties, etc., etc.
Prices are the cheapest In the mar
ket. For further particulars apply to
in n iifiiii v a
w. y. m a wj.
"W. C. ACHI, our manager, has over
16 years' experience in real estate bus
iness in this city.
Honolulu, February 7, 189D. 514$
Are the hardest of all to make weli
until you become accustomed to the
task. Mothers tell us we are at our
best when making photos of the little
ones. Our quaint, unique poses faith
ful likenesses and dainty style of fin
ishing photos find favor in every
Preserve baby's pretty face in one of
III' I II
C. BREWER & CO., LTD
Honolulu, II. I.
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono
mea Sugar Company, Honorau Sugar
Company, Wailuku Sugar Company,
American Sugar Co., Makee Sugar
Company, Ookala Sugar Plantation
Company, Haleakela Ranch Com
pany, Kapapala Ranch, Molokai
Planters' Line, San Francisco Packets,
Charles Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boa
Agents Boston Board of Underwrit
ers. Agents for Philadelphia Board of Un
derwriters. Standard Oil Co.
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. CM. Cooke, President; George II
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Water
house, G. R. Carter, Directors.
D. H. Fyfe. C. W. Adamaoa
FYFE & ADAJISGX.
214 BIXTH ST., SAN FRANCISCO
Dealers In all description of Cali
Salesmen for Island Fruite and Pro
duce. PURCHASING AGENTS. ETC.
Cash advances made on consisnmnt
All business entrusted to us will r
aive prompt attention.
108 KING STREET.
G. J. .Waller : : Manager.
Wholesale and Retail
CROWN DISTILLERIES COMPANY.
ilr. L. HART, F. R. M. S.f lecturer :
the Ballarat School of Mines, and
the Working Men's College, Melbourne
writes as follows:
"The Platinum process is decidedlj
the most perfect process of photo
graphic printing, as the metal ia no:
affected by any sulphurous fumes o;
compounds such as are found in th at
mosphere, whereas other processes n
easily attacked by them.
"The impression is indeed unalter
able and were it possible to hold
platinotype print in the hand for ier
eral hundreds of years the paper would
crumble and rot away, but the photo
graphic platinic image would remii
If you wish your pictures printed I
platinum, sec that you do not get !ml
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
lie Washington Light
CANNOT BLOW OUT
NO ODOK DOES NOT FLICKER
Consumes nothing but Kerosene Oil.
The Cheapest and Safest Light
Unsurpassed for Halls, Lanais, Ma
chine Shops, Plantations and Docks.
See Lamps now on exhibition and
We are prepared to illuminate Pri
ate Grounds, Lanais and Halls for En
tertainments on 24 hours notice.
Open evenings till 8 o'clock.
H. N. ALIYiY,
Masonic Tennis, Make St. Tel. No. 1H1.
No home should be without a supply
of DANDRUFF KILLER on hand. It
has become very popular and is being
used by both sexes. A sure cure for
dandruff, prickly heat and all skin dis
Sold by all druggists and at Union
Remember the trade mark "The Two
Faces." Beware of imitations.
Telephone No. 696 Sole Proprietor.
ALL WERE JAPS
No White Laborers on the
Fear Expressed That Other L1r.es
Will Secure Immigrants A
Hint for Exclusion.
(San Francisco Chronicle.)
The employment of Japanese labor
on the Northern Pacific Railroad has
displaced a large amount of white labor
and at the rate contracts are being
made will soon supersede all of it. A
gentleman who has lately returned to
Taccma from a trip over the State
says: "On the Northern Pacific, after
leaving Elljensburg, I saw trainloads
and trainloads of railroad laborers ana
camps and camps of them, and not a
white man among them. All were
Japs." A Tacoma dispatch, printed
yesterday, states that the coolies are
"pouring into the country by thou
sands, not only on the ships of the
Mail Steamship -Company, but on the
ships running into Seattle, Portland,
Vancouver and Victoria."
The Northern Pacific, having found
this labor profitable it is onljr a ques
tion or time when the Southern Pacific
and all the other Western roads will,
if permitted by law, also employ lu.
There are literally some millions of
Japanese who would like nothing bet
ter than fifty cents a day, with food
and housing, at any kind of manual
labor in this country. Fifty cents ot
our moaey is a dollar in the Japanese
coinage, and the great mass of coolies
outside the treaty ports do not earn
an average of twenty-five sen (the na
tive cent) per day the year around, and
out of that they must pay all tneir
living expenses. So a Japanese dollar
per day and found means a fortune
to the average native laborer. The
Northern Pacific, as we believe, pays
moro than that now; but when the
coolie market becomes glutted the
wage scale will fall. At the bottom
figure, however, enough coolie laboi
may be had to supplant every white
section hand west of the Mississippi
river, if not every one in the United
So far, the -laws to restrain contract
labor and indigent labor immigration
have proved to be ineffective. A Jap
anese contract laborer always swears
that he is not one; the indigent labor
er shows money enough to get him
past the customs examiner and then,
as soon as he turns the corner, hands
it back to tne agent of the emigra
tion society that loaned it to him. In
Hawaii during Le period when Japan
was trying to flood the islands with
her surplus coolies every device to head
off the influx was unavailing, and to
day, if Hawaii had not been annexed,
the Japanese might have outnumbered
all other nationalities there. Before
long, if the inrush is not stopped, there
will be more Japanese here than Chi
It is greatly to be hoped that this
kind oft immigration will not be per
mitted to go on until it results in race
trouble's and the revival of sandlot poli
tics. As it must be "checked some day,
it had better be checked soon. Hap
pily, the Japanese Government has
given many indications of a willingness
to assist the United States in solving
the problem, even conceding the right
of this country, under the terms of one
of its past treaties, to enact restrictive
laws. If this mood has survived the
ratification of the treaties whicb. are
about to give Japan the status of a com
pletely civilized power, then a way out
will be easy to find. That it has done
so there is some unofficial evidence,
though any formal expression on that
point would naturally wait upon the
initiative of the American Government.
The Four Beet Sugar Refiners are
Under one Ownership.
VENTURA. The last step has been
taken in the absorption of the Oxnard
beet sugar factory at Oxnard by the
American Beet Sugar Company, which
was recently organized in New York
with a capital stock of $20,000,000.
Toland & Andrews, attorneys for the
Oxnards, have filed for record with the
County Recorder a deed whereby the
Pacific Ba-et Sugar Company conveys
to the American Beet Sugar Company
the Oxnard sugar factory, the 100-acre
site and 3,000 acres of farming land
near Hueneme, 2,000 acres of which is
planted to beets. This deed bears
twenty-eight $50 revenue stamps, or
a total of $1,400, which represents the
consideration to be $1,000,400. The
transaction looks to the consolidation
of the four Oxnard factories, located at
Norfolk and Grand Island, Neb., and
Chino and Oxnard, Cal.
FRAGMENTS ON TRANSMISSION.
Dr. J. Marty, a French criminologist,
has recently made an examination of
4,000 delinquent soldiers of the French
army and has found that in height,
weight, breast measure, muscular pow
er and general condition they averaged
much better than the well-behaved sol
diers. Dr. Marty does not imply that
criminals are by nature better physical
ly than non-criminals, but suggests
that the condition of criminal families
is so much more wretched than re
spectable ones that only the uncom
monly strong survive.
"WASHINGTON. The annual meet
ing of the American Tract Society was
held here in the First Congregational
Church, the Rev. S. M. Newman n. D.
D., pastor, presiding. Rev. Jutlson
Swift, field secretary at New York,
presented a report of the society's
work. Gen. Morgan, ex-Commissioner
of Indian Affairs and corresponding
secretary of the Baptist Home Mis
sionary Society at New York, delivered
a forcible address, setting forth the ob
jects for which the society labors.
The field secretary's report showed
that the total number of periodicals
printed during the year amounted to
about 1,S06,000. and the total number
of monthlies since the beginning of is
sue about 213,000,000. The secretary
published the gospel truth in 153 lan
guages and dialects. The society, said
the report, Is an ally to all Christian
churches. It gives large aid to for
eign mission stations. Through its
colporteurs, it goes from house to
house in the sparsely settled rural dis
tricts and densely populated wards of
our cities. Since the organization of
colportage over 15,000,000 family visits
have been made and upward of nine
and a half million families have been
prayed with or spoken to on the sub
ject of personal religion.
It was estimated that there are from
three to five persons in each house
hold. A considerable number of new
publications have been added during
the past year. The total number of
grants in publication have reached a
value of upward of two and a quarter
millions. The grants of cash and elec
trotypes to foreign missions to produce
literature in native languages amount
to about $S00,000.
' Calumet" makes tho light
est, sweetest and most
NONE SO GOOD.
HALL 1WI CARPET
CENTER, SOFA AND STAND
Heavy Stock and Great Choice.
Of Best Yalne Ever Imported
E. I. JORDA
RJO 1 O STREET
NEW : LINE
TABLE COVERS, GRASS
CLOTH CENTRE PIECES,
These are of very dain
Also a new line of
Bore New Goods 10 nr- 'v-
Murata & Co.
HOTEL ST., COR. NUOAKU.
Branch Hat Store, Nuuanu St
X.. KONG- 1EE.
MERCHANT . TAILOR
C22y2 Fort St., Opp. Club Stables.
FIXE SUITS TO ORDER AT REA
Suits cleaned and repaired. Satis
i e. .
" TGDle Cove
W. J. GUM.
410 Montgomery St..
San Francisco. California.
The attention of those
having capital to invent is
called to the tact, that no city
in the United States or prob
ably no city in the world
offers better opportunities to
make provable or fortunate
investments in Real Estate
than does the city of San
Franas:o at the present
A great many reasons can
be given why San Francisco
realty will advance in value
from now on.
I offer my experience and
knowledge of values to in
tending buyers of business
properties or residence sites.
I can submit some very de
sirable purchases of Real
Estate that will yield a fine
income and steadily advance
Information cheerfully giv
en. Parties coming from the
Islands who desire to invest
are requested to call. I will
be happy to correspond with
any who may wish to obtain
information in regard to San
Francisco Real Estate,
hull charge taken ot pr p-
erty and taxes pard for ab
W. J. GUM,
410 Montgomery St., San Francisco,
Til CLUB STABLES
C. BELL1NA, Manager.
Fort St., near Hotel. Telephone 477.
lively. BoordlnOnTSQles Siies.
PROMPT SERVICE, STYLISH TURN
OUTS, SAFE DRIVERS.
We are especially equipped to cater
to your trade. Fair dealing and good
service is what we depend on to get it.
Dr. Rowat Is always in attendance
at the Stables.
Club Stables Hack Stand
Cor. Union and Hotel Sts.
(Old Bell Tower.)
CAREFUL AND WELL INFORM
FIRST CLASS CARRIAGES.
HACKS AT ALL HOURS.
Orders for Surreys, Wagonettes,
Single or Double Teams at a moment's
HACKS Nos. 45, 65, 70, 77, 97, 125
C. BELL1NA, Mgr.
Tel. 319. Stable3 Tel. 477.
Alvays On Hand.
Sausages, Liver, Head
Cheese and Breakfast Bo
ogne at the
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
214 Nuuanu St. Tel. 104.
New Importation of
SILK GOODS, in the piece, SILK
HANDKERCHIEFS, SILK SHAWLS,
DECORATED FLOWER POTS, NEW
HOE LAIN CUPS AND SAUCERS
Kk AND DINNER SETS, CARVED
VOHY, RATTAN CHAIRS. CARVED
HESE GOODS ARE THE HANDSOM
EST IN ALL HONOLULU.
210-212 Nuuanu Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
SUILERS, SUGAR MILLS, COOLERS
BRASS AND LEAD CASTINGS,
4.nd machinery of every descrlptioi
made to order. Particular attentloa
Fft'd to ghlp't blacksxnithlcK. Joi
work at ecu ted on the shorteit notice
UNCLE SAM RESTAURANT.
FORT STREET, NEXT TO CLUB
3table3. Open from 5 a. m. till 12 p. m
We serve the best 25 cent meals 1e
the citr- Trv them.
SANDWICHES "WITH COFFEE, 20c.
LOOK WO SING & CO.
il BANK OF lUffJI
Incorporated Under the Laws of Um
Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Chas. M. Cooka President
L D. Atherton Vice-President
C. H. Cooke..... .Cashitr
F. C. Atherton ....Secretary
Directors Henry Wtterhouso. Too
May, F. W. Macfarlane, E. D. Tenner,
J. A. McCandless.
Solicits the Accounts or Frm3. Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals ana will
promptly and carefully attend to all
business connected with banking en
trusted to it. Sell and Purchase For
eign Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Deposits received
and Interest allowed in accordance
with rules and conditions printed In
p.us books, copies of which may be
had on application.
Judd Building, Fort street.
CLAU3 SPRECKELS. WM. Q. IRWIN
.LAUS SPRECKELS & CO.
HONOLULU - - - H. I.
5AN FRANCISCO AGENTS The Ne
vada Bank of San Francisco.
DRAW EHXANGE ON
SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Bank
of San Francisco.
LONDON The Union Bank of London,
NTKW YORK American Exchange Na
CHICAGO Merchants National Bank.
PARIS Comptoir National d'Ea
compte de Paris.
BERLIN Dresdner Bank.
HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA
Hongkong and Shanghai Banking
SEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA
Bank of New Zealand.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank
of British North America.
TronsGci q General Banking 8 Extfiange Business
Deposits Received. Loans made on
Approved Security. Commercial ana
Travelers Credits Issued. Bills ot Ex
change Bought and Sold
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC
On October 1st, 189S, and continuing
until further notice, Savings Deposits
will be received and Interest allowed
by this Bank at four and one-half per
cent per annum. The terms, rules and
regulations of the Hawaiian Postal
Savings Bank will be adopted as far as
:t is practicable to apply them, and the
Cash Reserve of ?50,000 as require!
binder the Postal Act will be main
lined. Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on applica
tion. BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu, September 7, 1898. 501
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
3ISHOP & CO.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters of
Credit issued, available in all the
Principal Cities of the World.
INTEREST allowed after July 1st,
1S98, on fixed deposits: 3 months 3 per
cent; 6 months 3 per cent; 12 months
fflE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BAH
erbscribed Capital Yen 12,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 10,500,000
Reserve Fund Yen 7,300,000
HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES:
tCobe, London, Lyons, New York,
San Francisco, Shanghai.
Bombay, Hong Kong.
On Fixed Deposit for 12 months 4 p. o.
On Fixed Deposit for 6 months 3& p. c
3n Fixed Deposit for 3 months 3 p. c
NTEREST ALLOWED BY THE
HEAD OFFICE AT YOKOHAMA.
On Current Deposit 4 per cent. p. a.
On Fixed Deposit for 12 month, 6 p. c
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, issue
Drafts and Letters of Credit on the
ihnve Branches and Aerencles and
transacts General Banking Business.
New Republic Bldg., : Honolulu, H. L.
Transact General Banking and Ex
im OFFICE - - - TOKYO, JAPAN.
Draw exchange on
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
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