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The daily herald. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1886-1887, July 29, 1887, Image 2

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THE DAILY HKKAM
FRIDAY JULY so 1887
JAPANESE
LA1JOR
TION
In to days paper will be found a
Notice to Employers of Liborcr
from the Minister of tne Interior At
tention may be called to several im
proved condili ms by way of increased
cheapness to the planters The em
ployer is riot required to furnish food
in addition to the wages offered which
wc understand are no higher than the
former rate with food added Only
one half of the passage money is to be
advanced by the employer and there
will be no charge for lodging at the
Immigration Depot Hoping it will
not be denominated gush by any of
those wiseacres who love to dispense
taffy to seekers thereof gratification
may be expressed that the Government
finds time and opportunity apart from
the duties of cleansing the Augean
stable to use the familiar simile for
political house cleaning to attend to
the practical wants of the country It
h matter of satisfaction to find tha1 the
Japanese here feel themselves so agree
ably situated as that from reports sent
home by and concerning them their
countrymen are ready to follow them
hither for reduced considerations Ow
ing to their habits and dispositions as
well as to the fact that wives and fami
lies are brought along with them in a
larger proportion the immigration of
Japanese laborers is much less open to
objection than that of the other great
branch of Asiatics namely the Chi
nese The policy of the Government
in bringing in more Japanese must
indicate that this nationality is proving
to be a success on the plantations not
withstanding statements often heard in
the city to the contrary which represent
the Japanese as an impracticable class
for surely the Government must be in
a position to know the planters wishes
in the matter and would not go to
even preliminary expense for procuring
Japanese labor if it was not reasonably
certain of being accented It has
come to be regarded awaxiomatic that
cheap labor is essential to the main
tenance of the chief industry of
the country especially during
the continuance of the low ruling
of the sugar market Therefore with
the prospect of fresh supplies of labor
from Japan at lower rates than before
it may be hoped that the plantation in
terests will at least hold their own next
year Nothing is more important out
side of good government than that
sugar should maintain its ground until
the development of new industries shall
have advanced much further than the
present condition
AN ANSWER AND A HALF
The Bulletin purports to reply to
our exposition yesterday of some in
consistent remarks appearing at differ
ent dates in its columns Its closing
sentence reads Honesty and fair play
are always candid Then it must
have been something other than either
honesty or fair play that induces our
contemporary in the first part of its
article to attribute to this paper the
utterance of an insinuation such as was
not expressed There is a wide dis
tinction between asking if certain in
formation was not available and
insinuating that said information was
in possession of the Bulletin Any
ordinary reader would have taken
the gist of our atticle to be
that the Bulletin had proved by Us
own words to have been rash in the
particular instance in question There
was vo attempt to insinuate such foul
play as itself represents against the
boastedlyindependent paper The
litter is therefore bucking againt a
iiinMsiriTWsiNiMCva m MSAmmmkuini
man of straw set up for a purpose
which 1 in the line of neither honesty
nor fair play In its latest lucubrations
the Bulletin repeats its claim to a
monopoly of independence which to
intelligent people ony indicates fear
that the assumption will be contested
like the school b y who felt it neces
sary to label his portrayal of the noble
animal with the inscription This is a
horse
Palace Square
The people of these Islands built a
palace to be proud of with nicely laid
out grounds and surrounded the
premises with an expensive wall -In
fact spent a large sum of money to
male the abode of the King a place to
be admired They afterward removed
an old chiefs lcsidcncc that was so
situated as to detract from the fine ap
pearance of the place leaving a large
open space in front which was leveled
and macadamized Since that time
enough fine dust has accumulated
there to make it the dustiest and most
disagreeable nncc to travel over in
Honolulu People dread the trip
along King street to the Government
building and prefer going down a
block further to Queen street where
their eyes noses and mouths will not
be filled with flying filth This condi
tion could be remedied perhaps by
periodical sweeping of Palace Square
und the occasional use of a hose and
water As things stand it is like
dressing a man in broadcloth and leav
ing him to wear a pair of old and dig
lapidated boots
Attention was called in this paper
some time ago to overhanging trees on
the Waikiki route With n few ex
ceptions the property owners still per
mit the branches to remain a menace
to eyes life and limb of outside pas
sengers on the bus
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
DEPARTURES
Thursday July tj
Stmr Watmaiulo for VIne ami VUlu iloiu
Schr ilalcAala lor Ptpeelto
VESSELS EAVINQ TO DAY
Sthr Rainbow for Koolau
Schr Walltlc lor KdIm
Schr Mara for South Sra ItUnd
Ship Mercury for Poit Towtitenil
Veraela 1h Fort from Foreign Porta
U S S Adinu Kempff fiom Acapulco
Am lL Callurirn le tlilne from San rrunclKO
Ilktm Kurelca Mryrr from San Krancheo
Nor lk fiyili Krikwii from Newcatile N R W
ll lt Llk lioncrag 1 hooipton from San Iranctco
Am Iklnc K N CaMle llehbard from Kan Kranciieo
II II M S Conuet Onlry from Ktquimali II C
Ship Mercury 1anno from HoniVong
Ilk Hope Icnlullow from 1ott lowmend
Am lik Jat b None IUiXow from Iknton
Haw lik Kalakaua Andrrwn from Vnlpnraio
Haw Ik Ouillcrmo Terry
Ilk Lilian Holland frim Hongkong
Veatnls Expected from Foreign Fort
fUr lk Hydra from Hongkong duo July
Haw iic Limn irom Hongkong uu juiy
ao jt
to ji
Am thin Matilda from Honckonc duo now
Am bark Ktwanl May fiom llouon diw Nov i tj
mi imk at Auiiq iruni iww ivii uus v
tier bark leter tioddefroy frem Liverpool due S
l9
liilt baik lllrmalt from Rlatg ow due Oct 15 31
WO Irwin McCulMitgh IrnmSjn rrarnltco due
Auguit 1
Ilk
io
Velocity from Hongkong due Sept 10 10
cflclD Sbbcrticeincnu
Sew goods
lly recent ru rival
LOHallSon
Limited
Have received a fine assortment of
Silver JPltitod Ware
From Kectl Dattons celebrated manufactory
Solid Silverware
From the Gotham WotV
Springfield Rifles
CAKD MATCIICS KXTRA LONG
Baibed and Plain Wire for Fencing
Three hundred col of MANILA KOTE 0
best quality troin6 thrcnd to 5 inches
SISAL KOPE from 6 lhread to i inches
Hale KoieCotton and Linen Fish Line
HAEDWAEE
Of every description and an endless variety of
PAJISTTS
Oils VarnislioB Turpentines
Etc Etc
Sperm Oil and all kinds of Lubricating
Uils Jingineers btores Oakumctc
Also per 3 S Australia
A LARGE LOT OF1 GQOQS
In al lines and per ship Timopr
frmi Jloston a
FULL ASSORTMENT OV HARDWARE
AH of which is offered at lowt Market
Hatn
General bbcttiisemcntc
DR PARDEES
The Onlr Belltbl Btood Potlller
A SPEOIFIOFOll
IMEEHnHATISM
Scrofula Salt Rheum
Neuralgia King Worm
AndallotltcrSklaRntUtlcKxIDlscMi
XT HEQULATT3 THH
LIVER AND KIDNEYS
Caret Indttittou and Ml Jlf a arbtnr from
a tnftebUtl condition or the ajatem
Dn JlAnmn of London tho cele
brated Bpeutolist nays of PAKDEEO
HEKBDY j 1 luivo used it for twenty
ycart for Blood Dlsotisoa mich as
Hcrofula Salt Uhcum Toter nnd Cnncor
o a a a
and 1 cannot ivcommenu it too lilt
Ttio Hev j mTiiOMABol llont KOIllf
hlim mat PARDEES REMEDY
a ti wonderful incdlcino for tho IUikxI
I lmvo pmacrlhcu It liunurctls of tlmon
for Ijprot y nnd when nlvcn In tlmo
a niwnya cured mo rmticnt x onu
wifely BayhntLoprouy will never break
out on iktboiih who tnko lAnniiH
Hkmkdy regularly nnd I ndvlso nil
living in countries wlicro 1Oiirony
is prevalent to tnko Taiidees KrjiKin
ns n pruventtvo
FOR SAU BY AIL DRUCCISTS IN HOKOIUlu
W lj AT AT 1 1 AV r
U L L JLU JLt VV J Uj
Manufacturing and Inmottina
Ao U4 Fort Street
Alwayt keip on hand moit elegant aiwrtmcnt of
FIN E I EWELRY
SOUU AND lLATKI SIIAKK WAKB
Kvr trough to thlt marker
Glooktf Watches Hraccletn
lett rlns LockctH Gold Clinliis
nnd Guards Slcovo Buttons
Studs Etc Etc
And omamenti of all klnda
Elegant Solid Silver Tea SoU
And all kind of eilver war tultabla for ptjrntatlcn
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Mad loonier
Ueiutrbg of wntclet and Jewelry ratefully at
tended to and executed In tne mol workmanlik
manner
ENGRAVING A SPECIAL Y
TarticuUr attention l pal to ordertand Job work
from the other Itlanda
BUHACH
Great
INSECT POWDER
v The Genuine for Hale only by
Bensoi
sili Co
HONOLULU
New York Line
THE
CLASS VESSEL WILL HE
AHKST Irom New York for Honolulu
to leave in all September All orders to come
by this vessel should be forwarded as soon
as possible For further Information address
the New York Agents Messrs W II Cross
mun llro77 and 79 Itroatl street New
York Cityor Castle Cooke Honolulu HI
W E FOSTER
t
MAKEK HAS MOVED TO
HARNESS
No 78 King street next to the Metro
politan Market
NOTICE
MY ABSENCE FJtOM
DURING Mr John II Iatv will
act for me under full power of attorney
1IENHY M I1ENS0N t
Honolulu July 5 1887
COTTAGE TO LET
At Palama Apply to
V McCANPLESS
Fish Martet
CIGAR MAKERS WANTED
NE OR
-
wanted 1
MAKERS
TWO CIGAR
at once Apply at l
CRYSTAL SQDA W
WORKS
leto bbcrti6tmcitto
L
AND
MAMNE
11
j
Hartford Fiio Insurance Co
Assets 5055000
Commercial Insurance
fire and Marine
Assets 9450000
Co
Anglo Novndn AsBtirancc Cor
poration
lire and Marine
Capital Full Paid 2000000
South British Eire and Marine
Insuranco Co
Capital - - - - 10000000
Now York Lifo Insurance Co
Asset - - - 75000000
HONOLULU
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
Notable and Sicnificant Items From The
FORTWECOXD ANNUAL KEPOET
OP Tilt
2STJ3W YOKE
LIFE INSURANCE COM
A total income of over nineteen million tno
Hundred thousand dollars and payments to
policy holders of neatly eight million dollirs
Interest income over three million seven
hundred thousand dollars being over 5 per
cent on average net assets and over nine
hundred thousand dollar In excess of death
losses paid
Market value of securities over threemilllon
Six hundred thousand dollars injexecu of their
cost on the Companys books
Liabilities both actual and contingent pro
vided or and a surplus of over fifteen and a
half million dollars by the State standard
AN INCREASE of over Uirce million
dollars in income over two million in sur
plus over eight mlllon in assets over
sixteen million in insurance written and
of over forty four millions of Insurance
in force
OVER FIGURES OF PBECEDIKG VEAR
Cash Asscto January 1 18S7 our Seventy five
Million Dollars
Insurance in Force January 1 1887 over
Three Hundred Million Dollars
TIIK N35W YORJC TjIKK
Issues a greater variety of Iollcles than an
other Company thereby adapting its contracts
to the largest numuer 01 peopie 11 nas
lately perfected a return premium feature un
der which many of its policies are issued with
Guaranteed Return of all Premiums
Paid in addition to the Amount
Originally Insured
In case of death during a specified period
The returns on the New York Lifes Tontlie
Policies that have matured have been
Largtr llim those of my oilier Company
Whether Tontine or Ordinary comparison
being made between policies taken at tame
age and premium rate and running through
the same period of time
Do not insure unlit you have seen full par
ilculars of the New York Lites Policies
Insurance in Force on these Islands over
One Million Dollars v
For Particulars Apply Tq
a o BEajB
HONOLULU
General Agvnt lor the Hawaiian Islands
i hiuimiiaiHi tiiMrt at i ti WSlIasi MM hi 1 1 flT il fill
Scimitl rfUrocrttsciitenta
GEOCEEIES
Provisioiis
yfrff
and Peed Etc
Qualify
r
DAVIS WILDER
No 52 Fort Street
en
Ifonolulu H I
TEMPLE OF FASHION
GKBAT EXCITEMENT FOR 30 DAYS ONLY
CATCH ON TO THIS1
A GREAT CLEARANCE SALE at the TEMPLE OF FASHION where
Our Stock will be Sold ot
REDUCED PRICES
Decided Bargains in Every Department
Wc will Allow on all BUIb aliovo SlO aVbExtia
Discount of 5 por cent
Cash
Reduced 36 inch Batiste from 30 cents to 10 cents a yard
Great reductions in Calicos Lawns at 5 cents per yard
Linen Lawn reduced to 30 cents a yard
Great Bargains in Dress Goods
Summer Silks Reduced to GO cts a yard
Groat Bargains in I Iotiso lurnishing Goods
Ladies Silk Gloves nnd Mitts reduced to 35 cents a pair
Embroideries and Laces Sold at Cost Price Great Bargains in Cccts
Our entire Stock of Ladies Misses and Children Shoes will be sold 15 per
cent less than Cost
Great reduction in Ladies Misses and Childrens Wear
Will be Sold at Manufacturers Cost
Childrens Dresses
Boys Clothing at Reduced Prices
Boys Linen Suits at 150 Hoys Pants reduced to 65 cents a pair
Goods Sold for Cash only during our Clearing Sale
B
JOHN NOTT
Niimbei S Kaahumanu Street
STOVES RANGES
Qx anite Iron and Tin VTare
Chandeliers Lamps and Lantorns
Water Pipe and Rubber I Iose
1I0US15 KEEPING GOODS
PLUMBING TIN COPPER AND SHEET IRON ml ETC ETC
EGAN CO
Importers Of
Gonts Youths and Boys Fino Custom Made Clothing
Hats Caps Furnishing Goods Trunks and Yalisos
AJso a Very Iine Line of Gents hoes
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets Honolulu H I

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