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SATURDAY APRIL 17, 1886.
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The labor question, that great
leveler of political and financial theories,
is becoming a prominent feature
in the Colonial Governments of Australia.
The cry for bread, or rather
for labor, which, however, is the immediate
forerunner of the famine-cry,
is being heard throughout the length
and breadth of the Colonies It is
the rational and natural result of the
gilt-edged system of finance that has
prevailed in Australia.
Wages have been forced up by the
extravagant expenditure of the Colonial
Governments, in carrying out a system
of reproductive-works founded on
the "progressive borrowing" system;
but still there is a cry for labor and
bread. Why? Because wages have
been increased by artificial means in
connection with public works, while
private enterprise and industrial development
have stagnated. The practical
results of the "progressive borrowing"
system show that there is no connection
between the artificial developments
and the real industrial development
of the Colonies.
The Colonies now find themselves in
a position where they must do what
should have been done in the first place:
they must remove their present labor
difficulties by stimulating private enterprises
and promoting the real industrial
developments of the country. This is
the only practical way of renewing the
demand for labor and stopping the cry
for bread. Employment is given on
public works to their utmost capacity,
but the artificial demands will not sup
ply work for the unemployed muscle of
the country, which must be sustained
by actual industrial development, based
upon the natural resources of the
Expedients are being suggested, but
it is now doubtful if a crisis in the
Australian labor market can be
avoided. In the midst of apparent
prosperity the cry of distress and want
is heard. Depressions in trade have
proved the instability of the gilt-edged
financial system of the Colonies: the
Governments are now looking for a
solution of the industrial calamities
brought about by a lack of political
prudence and forethought It is the
Disguise the fact as they may, the
people have seen and heard enough to
know that the "progressive-borrowing"
system is to be tried by this Govern-
' ment in the next Legislature. It has
been openly denied by the Government
organ, which has gone to the extent
of publishing the statement that
the Colonial system of borrowing
would not be approved by the Advertiser!
I But still it is a fact, that the
King's heart is set upon a large loan to
be based upon future possibilities.
Flattered by his Ministry and connived
at by a native Legislature, he
may be able to obtain a part or, under
certain circumstances, all of the amount
he desires. A Ministry true to the
cause of people generally and to the
tax-payers' cause in particular, would
frown down such a suicidal course.
The great and vital question, whiqh
will come before the next Legislature
will be the financial question. It is
useless to cite the appropriations of the
past : what we must do is to battle
Jagainst the abuses of the future, which
;aje more dangerous to Hawaii than ajl
her dead deeds done by former legislative
bodies'. Ten million and a spend-
thrift Government will soon be parted j
but the taxpayers and the poor natives
are here to stay at least for a time.
Our labor question so far has been
regulated by the growth of our industries.
The natives are already taken
with the new system of "progressive-borrowing,"
which promises increased
wages and better times, to be brought
about by artificial means. Our debts
ought to be kept within our probable
revenues and our revenues should be
estimated from our industrial develop
ments. The political policy which
carries the "country farther than this is
driving the Hawaiian monarchy between
the two alternatives of suicide
Let us go back to 1500, to a French
case, that of Martin Guerre, which
came before the Pafliament of Toulouse
in that year, and certainly sounds more
like a fiction than a true story. Martin
Guerre, foolish man, left his home and
wife for eight years. Thereupon one
Arnauld Dutille made his appearance,
bearing a great resemblance to the
errant Martin, was received by the wife
as her husband, and took possession of
the property. Children were born to
them, and for three years Arnauld
Dutille was accepted by Mme. Guerre
and Martin's four sisters and two
brothers-in-law as her lawful husband.
The matter however, fell into dispute,
and then came the tug of war. Hundreds
of witnesses were examined,
and of those some forty swore that the
impostor was Martin Guerre, while as
many were equally positive that he was
Arnauld Dutille, and again a number of
juuicious persons lesiinea mat tne men
were so much alike that they could not
decide which was before them. The
Judges ' were naturally very much
puzzled, and Arnauld Dutille brazening
the matter out with consummate
effrontery, they were positively on the
point of deciding in his favor, when the
real "Simon Pure" appeared on the
scene. Martin Guerre claimed his
own, and the imposture collapsed.
Equally curious in its way was the
claim of Pierre Mege, a soldier, to be
the son of a certain Sieur de Caille,
who had fled to the Savoy being a
Protestant, on the revocation of the
edict of Nantes. His son died in De
Caille's presence at Vevay, but never
theless the impostor was, after a trial,
declared to be the said son, in spite
of documentary evidence from Switzer
land of the man's death. The wife of
Mege, however, let out her secret, and
on an appeal the Parliament of Paris
decided against him. This imposture,
as has been pointed out, was in many
respects like the Tichborne case, for
there seems to have been no points of
resemblance at all between the two
Another cause tried in France was
that of Baronet, who was condemned
to the galleys on the false evidence
of his sister, who had taken possession
01 nis property, dui ne aiterward re
gained his rights, mainly owing to the
evidence of Louis, a celebrated surgeon
of the period. CasselPs Magazine.
Considering the length of some of
the calls, it may surprise the reader to
hear that there are only five different
notes played on the bugle, and though
that is the case, the language of the
instrument is not at all limited. A language
with only five words might be
thought easy to learn, and yet the different
arrangements of these "words"
("sentences" as we may call them) are
endless. It is, indeed, a very necessary
part of a soldier's training to learn the
language 01 tne Dugie, ana even un
musical men soon acquire it. For in
the first place, the same "calls" sound
much about the same time each day
a hungry recruit, for instance, does not
take long to recognize the "Dinner
Bugle," nor does the careless soldier
forget the summons to extra drill,
much as he might wish to do so. The
men in their barrack-rooms, too, often
associate words with the notes of the
bugle, and that is a help to remember
the meaning of the sounds heard. The
authorized course of instructions for a
bugler is to begin by playing the lowest
note with all the variations of time of
duration. The same exercises are then
taught on the second note, G; these
two notes are then combined in a variety
of ways, after which the original
one-note exercises are taken on the
third note of the bugle; and when perfect
in that note, exercises are played
with the three notes combined, and so
on with the others.
Anecdote of Dumas.
Richard Wagner received his visitors
in mediaeval costumes, such as he always
wore when composing. Alexandre
Dumas, the elder, calling on him
one day, was highly amused at the
masquerade. "You are all dressed up
to play Gessler," said Dumas, with his
good-natured laugh, which rather hurt
the feelings of the author of
who nevertheless returned M.
Dumas' visit when next he was at
Paris. After some considerable delay,
M. Dumas appeared at last, dressed
magnificently in" a dressing-gown with
a large flower-pattern, a helmet with
flying plumes, a life-belt round hjs
waist, and enormous riding-boots.
"Pardon me," said he, majestically, "for
appearing in my working costume. I
can do nothing without being dressed
in this manner ; half of my ideas live
in this helmet, and the other half are
lodged in my boots, which are indispensable
to me when I write my love
"The dairy products of this country,"
yelled an orator at a fair, "amount to a
hundred millions, and the industry is
still in its infancy." "Wrong," cried a
cute bystander; " it is infancy that Is
still in the dairy business." Judge,
Places of Worship.
Bethel Union Church, corner or ICinc
and Uethel streets, Kev. E. C. Ocgel,
Pastor, bervices every bunday at XI fi, M.,
anil 7:30 r. M. meets at aue.
A. M. Prajcr Meeting Wednesday evenings
Fort Street Church (Congregational),
corner of Fort and Bcrctania streets, J. A.
Cruzan, Pastor. Set vices every Sunday at 11
A. M., and 7130 r. M. Sunday-school meets
one hour before morning service. Prater Meet
ing Wednesday evenings at 7:30, and Sunday
evenings at .6145.
St. Andrew's Cathedral, Emma Square.
The first congregation will have services, conducted
by the llisliop of Honolulu, to-morrow,
as follows : Holy Communion at 6: 30 A, m.j
matins, and seimon by the Bishop at 9: 30 A.
M.j Sunday school at 11 A. M,; evening song
and catechetical lecture by the Bishop, at 6
r. It. No appropriation of seats. The second
congregation, conducted by Rev. Geo.
Wallace, will have Sunday school at 10 A. M.
in the Punahou Preparatory school. Morning
prayer witn sermon, at it: 15 A- M., and
prayer at J: 30 r. M.
Roman Catholic Church, Fort Street,
near Ucrctania j Right Rev. Herman, Bishop
ofOlba, Revs. Rejis and Clement, assisting.
Services every Sunday at 5 and 10 A. M., and
at 4:30 r.M. Low Mass every day at 6 and 7
A. M. High Mass Sundays and Saints' days
at 10 a. M.
Christian Chinese Church, Fort Street.
F. W. Damon, Acting Pastor. Services every
ounaay ni 10:30 a. m. anu 7:30 P. M. l'rayer
Meeting Wednesdays at 7:30 p. m.
Kawaiahao Church (Congregational),
corner 01 King and i'unchuowl streets, Kev.
II. H. Parker, Pastor. Services in Hawaiian
every Sunday at II A. M., and at 7130 on Sunday
evenings, alternating with Kaumakapili.
Sunday-school at 10 a. M. Prayer Meeting
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
Kaumakapili Church (Congregational).
Bcretania street, near Maunakea, Rev. S.
Waiamau, Pastor. Services in Hawaiian
every Sunday at 10:30 a. m., and at 7:30 p.
M., on Sunday evenings, alternating with
Kawaiahao. Sunday-school at 9:30 A. M,
Prayer Meeting every Wednesday at 7:30 r. m.
Crystal Soda Works.
Aerated Waters of All Kinds,
Fruit Syrups and Essences.
Our Goods are the BEST. NO CORKS
WE USE PATENT STOPPERS
In all our Bottles.
itST We invite particular attention to our Patent
Filter, recently introduced, by which all waters used
n our manufactures is absolutely lreed Irom all impurities.
JKT We deliver our Goods free of char je to all parts
of the city
Careful attention paid to Islands Orders, Address,
'THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,
P. O. BOX, 397, HONOLULU. H. I.
Telephone No. 298.
Orders left with Benson, Smith & Co., No. n Fort
Street, will receive prompt attention.
We also, are agents lor the sale of J. W. Hingley's
OfMs own'ro .nn fact ure mii?
WEMER & CO.,
Manufacturing and Importing
JT JE "W 'JE 3L, E X, S 9
No. 02 Fort Street
Have just received per "Manpow" the mest elegant
SOLID AND PLATED SILVER WAKE
Ever brought to this market
Clocks," "Watches, Bracelets,
Plus, Lockets, Gold Chains
and Guards, Sleeve Buttons
Studs, Etc., Etc.
And, ornaments of all kinds.
Elogaut Solid Silver Tea Sets,
And all kinds of silver ware suitable for presentation
These goods are all of the finest quality and latest
designs and comprise a complete stock of all articles in
this branch of business which will be sold at clese
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Hade to order.
The repairing branch of our business we regard as an
important one, aad all Jobs entrusted to us will
be executed in a manner second to none
Of every description done to order. Particular atlen
tion is paid to orders and job work from the
Faber's Assorted Psniioldirs.
FABER'S ANTI-NERVOUS PENHOLDERS
Unbber Holders, Cork Holders, Ivory and Ebony
Holders gold mounted, Ivory and Bone
Folders and Paper Cutters, Fiber's Tablet
Erasers, Denison's Velvet Erasers,
Crystal Rubber, Rubber in wood
- pencil s!rpe. "I humb Tacks,
Pencil Protectors, Rubber
Bands of various
sizes, etc., etc.,
Tar Suit by XJIOS. O. TIIJlUiT.
No. 160 Foxr Stxkt.
H. F. BERTELMANN,
No. 86 King Street,
86-iy HONOLULU, H. I.
A SMALL ASSORTMENT of EASTER
Cards, plain and plush mounted, at
T. U. TM HUM'S
193-IW Fort St. Store.
NY PERSON WISHING TO PAS-
turc their horses or stock in a first-class
Paddock close to town, mav be able to do so
by applying to
C. K. MILLER.
185.1m General Business Agent.
MR. J. M. McCHESNEY is authorized
to sicn for the firm of M. W. Mc-
Chcsney & Son, untler full power of attorney,
during the absence of the resident partner
from this Kingdom.
ty. W. McCHESNEY & SON.
A Splendid Opportunity.
A LODGING HOUSE, COMPLETE,
with all modern improvements, for sale
at very reasonable terms.
For particulars apply to
C. K. MILLER.
HE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTI
ficd that on and after this date Mr. C,
K. Miller will attend all my business under
full power of attorney.
CllAl. B. WILSON.
Honolulu, March 29, 1886. 179.1m
Rest for the Weary.
AT THE OFFICE of C. K. MILLER'S
Business Agency can be seen two of the
latest improved Automatic Bookcase and Side'
board Combination Beds. Call and inspect.
C. K.. MILLER,
173-lit Local Agent.
Ready for Business.
STORES ON FORT STREET,
above Hotel, will be ready for rental
about Aoril 15th. The stores are located in
the best locality to do business, and cheap.
C. K. MILLER,
Notice for Beef Tenders.
WILL BE RECEIVED
until the 24th day of April for furnishing
fresh Beef and Mutton to the Lunalilo
Home for one year, from the 1st day of May,
A. D. 1886.
Tenders to include prices for mess-beef and
for table cuts separately. Delivery to be
made not later than six o'clock a. m. daily.
Accounts, to be settled quarterly.
S. B. DOLE,
Trustee of the Lunalilo Estate.
Honolulu, April 14, 1886. 192-lot
MRS. THOMAS LACK has
removed her FANCY GOODS,
SEWING MACHINE and FIRE ARMS
UISI'UT irom JNo. 79 tort street to No. 70
fort street, corner ot Merchant, where she
will be pleased to receive her friends and cus
tomers, while waiting the building of ner new
store, to be located at Jno. 81 fort street.
Comeniently and NEATLY FURNISHED
ROOMST Sincle or Double, can be had at
No. 1 KUKUI STREET (near Fort.)
Notice to Business Men.
Home will not be paid for except
such as have been ordered under the written
authority of one of the Trustees of the
estate. S. B. DOLE,
Trustee of the Lunalilo Estate.
Honolulu, Jauuary 15, 1886.
Ex. Dark Jas. S. Stene,
AND FOR SAZE,
AN ASSORTMENT OF
Ftc. in part as follows, vizi
Open Ivers Buggies.
Top Brewster BoxJ3usgies,
Top Brewiter Phaeton Buggies,
Open Democrat Wagons,
Canopy Top Wagons,
Extension Top Cabriolets,
C. BREWER & CO.
Honolulu, April 13, 886. ' 193.1m
LEGAL CAP PERFECTION PADS,
HODDF.IVS LETTER PADS
Letter, Cap and Note Blocks of first quality paper.
Legal Cap, Letter and Note Blocks of ruled
Manilla paper, plain Memo, and Note
blocks, M, & H, form blocks
for Bills, Statements,
Or Paper PUT UP In ANY FORM Desire
Xy TITOS. ,aTnitvjuii
1C0 Foet Stuiet.
MES, THOMAS LACK,
No. 70 Fort Stroot, Hoaolnln,
lMrORTER AND DIALIX IN
J'riW, Attathmentt, Oil and Aceettorlti.
AGENT rox TUB
White and the LictiT.RuNNiNO New Home Machine
Howard's Machine Needles, all kinds
. Cortlcell's Silk, in all colors and sizes '.
Barbour's Linen Thread,
Clark's O. N, T. Machine Cotton.
Mme. Demorest's Reliable Cut Paper Patterns
Dealer In Rirus ,
Guh and Sporting Goods
Shot, rowDEK, Cam,
ana metallic uaetridqes;
kkrosknh morns, ;t .
wing-Machine, Lock and Gun-Repairing promptly
alien idedto. mol
Prize Shooting Match!
OPEW Tf AT.T. fiOMBETrrmiR.
To take olace at the Fort.Strert Shooting Oallerv.
now building near the Pantheon Stables.
The following Prizes wilt be given !
First Prize. For highest score, a bronze plaster
bust of Kalakaua.
Second Drize. For next hlfrhest score, a Kime.
hameha statue, three feet high, carved from1 Hawaii
Third Prize. Eor the third best score, a plaster
bust of the late Queen Emma.
Fourth Prize. For the lowest score, a plaster statue
The prizes are on exhibition at the shop' of F. N.
Otremba, No. 130 Fort Street, next door to Lane's
marble shop, where competitors can register their
Date of Shooting to be Published
One "Sighting" shot and five "Score" shots will be
allowed each competitor.
Professional shots wilt be handicapped and put or)
par with amateurs.
Mr. T. H. Bohme will canvass for competitors'
names, and is authorized to receive fee and moneys
on my account.
F. N. OTREMBA,
173 tf Uani
BASE BALL GOODS.
League, Amateur and Practice
FIltST QTJAZ. WILLOW BATS$
Men s and Boys' Sires.
BASE BALL GUIDES FOR 1886. !
FOE SALE AT
O. 3EC. BJC XILIeiO,.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
42 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU.'
In conjunction with Mr. T." A. Magoon,
will attend to all matters of business for
the residents of the Hawaiian Islands who
may need an Acent.
I do not confine myself alone to the Business
Houses, but also to the domestic class1
who would wish me to attend to any matter of
business, especially to making purchases either
in Honolulu or San Francisco, in any line of
To the Business Houses I will give my
careful attention in all matters pertaining to
General Business, viz : Adjusting and Col
lecting Accounts, Distribution of Bills and"
Circulars, Custom House Entries, Buying
and Renting Real Estate and Personal Property.
S3" All Legal Documents will be carefully
and neatly drawn up by Mr. J. A. Mag'oon.
I vil attend to all matters entrusted in my
care in a careful, courteous and neat manner,
and with quick dispatch.
Agent for Klinkner & Co. Red Rubber
Telephone ; P. 0. Box 113.
HOPP & CO.,
Manufacturers and D.Iersa
Of every description.
Mattresses and JBeddlna.,
Special attention give f
Ol all kinds
F Jobbing done at reasonabei
No, 74 King Street.
Telephone No. 1
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets,
tr " '""'
Livory, Boarding, and Salo Stable?.
Catriaces for hire at all hour, of the .liv or nUht!
also, conveys ve ol all kinds for parties going around
Excellent 4ddlo Horses lor Ladles and Gen.
tlemen. Guaranteed Gentle,
Lame and Small omnihua for nirnir. anrf xrnrinn
parties, carrying from 10 to 40 passengers, can alwar
be secured by special arrangements.
Tbe Long Branch Bathing House can always
be secured for picnic or excursion parties by applying
at the office. I
TautrHOKa No. 34.
Just Received from the Manufacturers, a large Invoice
of this XJnequaled
BENSON, SMITH 8c CO.
SM1M SEASON 1886.
'French -Pattern Bonnets, New Straw ;Gobcls,
KibA0jr1s, Trimmings, Flowers,
You Respectfully Invited, to 'Atterici? ,,
DB&S. J. F.ISMEL
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
TA'K&s ibe mm
'this day rcaeived an additional
'Custom Made. CldtHng.
made, easy fitting, stylish
day,- the iinest,ineatsty mostY.
wejl ,made, 'flejdbje
X3T a nn .iter
V i1..W. fM I fH iBFy Im
here or anywhere else.
SITORTIrY EXPJEC1EI I
An Invoice of Mrs. Sinclair's new and handsome
art tribute to
" INDIGENOUS PLOTTERS
Left London early jn February for this market,
and may be due here next month.
The advance copy received can now be 1 een
pr THOS. G. THRUM'S BOOK STORE.
Where subscriptions will be received.
NEATEST JOD PRINTING .
azcuteil to ardar at tht Paaaa &.
That the undersigned has
Shrunk. Well and carefuljy
Also, just -opening j this ,
..IT HP. .A TKrV
'" IT "Ml - M.W antT.iisssW W'
1 ft 11 1 i "f v (r
Pacific Boarding Strtblfe
Coa, Puhckiowl and Qvebn Sts,
PaorxiETOK AND UaNaci.
'Mr, Jackson wjshes to notify the Public that he has
opened a cool and commodious stable at the corner
above mentioned, known as Hie Pacifiq.Boarauig aad
Sale Stable, for (he purpose of boarding horses
slock by the day, week or month, which "will bea
special convenience to parties who -wish 'to have their
rigs well kept through business hours, ills -will call
at your store or. office and lakeland deliver such ribs
as lie may be entrusted with through h,e day,' ,lle
also prepared to break horses to harness, ' guaranteeing
good care, and at reasonable rales.
Give him a trial, and be convinced of his ability,
. .varrJb I -- i-a
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