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sts - c. - v :- - fia - .Jps?r H Ipto&ii PROGRESS win i iiinUit Vol. H, N"o. 49. Honolulu, "Wednesday, jSTovember 4, S94. Per Month. oO Ots. IS PUBLISHED Kverv Afternoon EXCEPT SOKDAt BY THE Holomua At King St, (Thomas block), Honolulu, H. I. SUBSCRIPTION, p?r Month, 50Cts. The paper is delivered by Camera in the town ana suburbs. Single Copies for Sale at ine News Dealers and at the Office of palliation. Edmund Norrie, - Editor p, M. RooneY, Manager NOTICE. All Business Communications should be addressed to P. M. BOONEY, Honolulu, H. L correspondence and Communications tor publication should be addressed to the Editor Hawaii Holomua. No notice will be paid to anr anonymous communications. Business Cards VOLNEY V. ASHFORD, Attorney and Counsolor at Law, Office, Sito of the Old Bethel West Corner of King and Bethel Stroets. J)'21 A. P. PETERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. CHARLES OREIGHTON.l ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands, PAUL NEUMANN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 3U Merchant Stroot, Honolulu, Mutual Telephone 415. CLARENCE W. ASHFOKD, ATTORNEl AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office: Old, Capitol Building, (Honolulu Hale), adjoining-Pos- t Office, Honolulu.' A. ROSA, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 15 Kaahumanu St. , Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. H. F. BERTELMANN, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,! SG King St., Bell Telophono 107. P. H. REWARD, CONTRACTOR axd BUHNER, No. 50G King Street, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Wm. FOSTER, ATORNEY-AT-LA- 42 Merchant Street. .Oct Ilth. A. G CORKEA, E5TATTORNEY AT LAW,. 307 Merchant Street, Honolulu. Eernandes & Gomes WHOLESALE California Wines and Spirits, No. 502 Fort St. Hoaolulu,H. I. P 0. Box 436, Mutaal Tek. HO. iraaa3 cox-ruarr- , 335 Both Tr s35 xiaoK. ouuiu, vw"" v- - Hanntkea Stmte. Hours, SAM TX BOP, .,., Heki at AH U27 No. 652 KU Sr, D CalUoral d tad ttgOila CNttJ1 T wul Gna Go g5 9 - "3. . - ' MACFABLANE & CO. Dealers in Wines and Spirits Kaahamaau Street, Hosolak. H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO., GROOEBr, Feed Store & Baeest, Corner of King and Port Sts., Honolulu. J. PHILLIPS, PBACTTGAL PLUMBER, GAS.FITTEB COPPEB-SiUTH-, K3T House and Ship Job Work Promptly Executed. No. 71 King Street, Honolulu. Dr. McLENNAN, Fort Street, above Hotel. Mutual Telephone 682, for office; 2S7for residence. jy28 , ED. O. HOWE. House Sign and Oinamcntal Painter. Manufacture of Liquid Slating. 620 King Street. augl Y. LUM SING, Dealer in Fruits and Groceries. Fresh Fruits by EveryCalifornia Steamer, Erosh Island Butter from Hawaii. 135 Fort Street. Coffee Roasted. P O. Box 169 Fresh Island Produce, Goods Delivered to Any Part of the City, jy21 "FAT BOY." BAY HORSE SALOON M ! P. McINERNY, Proprietor, Fine Liquors, Wines and Beer. Corker Bethel axd Hotel. Sts. Honolulu Carriage Manufactory W. W. WRIGHT, Frowiietor, (SucccssS?toG. West). CARRIAGE BUILDING AD REPAIRING. from the Other Islands In the Carriage Buudlnjr, Trimming and Painting Line vill Meet with Prompt Attention. Blacksmithlnsr In All Its Various Branches Done. P., 0. Box 321. Noa. I2S and ISO FortStn!. ijY vvs. LUCE "Wine and Sririt Merchant Gampbell Fire-pro- of Mock, MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU. 71 : BOTH TELEPHONES : 71 -C- ONSOLIDATED-SODA-:- WATER -:- - WORKS -:- - CO. (LmrrTED.) Toi Wo Wing Kee Co. 36 NUCANU STREET Dealers in Ladies' & Gents' Boots and Shoes made to order. FOBoiSS? b Fred. Harrison. CONTRICTOR WD BUILDER Tke Leading Builder uIN?HONOLULU. iMiMitMiiivMMaUkis f Briti,Ir,SteIMi biaf ttfitll kiwi. aici4 odMf w BRUCE CARTWRIGHT Bssaess of a Kdadaey Nts? ToasacipL Picap& attention gjrree to rrt tie ol Edttitas, Q&iafemMpn. Tresis, ete.,1 eio, eie. Office, : ICasiwrighiJSuading, Meregbt Strwi. Hcaohda, H.JKAY & Co., Tea Dealers, Coffee . ' Roasters AND Provision Merchants 98,Fort Street, - Honolulu Families, Plantations and Ships supplied with choicest European &American Groceries California Produce by Evory Steamer. Miercliaiit Exclianse Comer King ana Nuuann Streets. S. I. SHAW.... Proprietor. The Finest selection of LIQUORS and utt.lt, sold anjnrbere in the tora. First-clas- s attendance. Call and jndge for yourself. ' no 113-t- f. flational m Woi1 Qoen Street, Between Alatea & Richard Sts4 THE UNDERSIGNED ate prepared to all kind3 of Iron Brass, Bronze, Zinc, Tin and Lead Castings, Alio General Repair Shop for Steam Engines, . Rice Mills, Com Mills, Water Wheels, Wind Mills, etc Machines for the Cleaning of Coffee, Castor Oils, Beans, Ramie, Sisal, Pineapple Leares & other Fihrbus Plants, And Paper Stoci j Also Machines for Extracting Starch from the Manioc, Arrow Root, etc. X5T All Orders promptly attended to. WHITE, RITMAN (ft CO. Per S.S. AUSTRALIA from the Coast; CAMAEINOS Refrigerator Contain a Full Supply of Ice House, such as Frozen Oysters. Crabs, Fresh Salmon, Canliflower Gelerv, Muscat Grapes, - Peaches, Apricots Mectarines, Japanese Plums Tokay Grapes, German Prunes Crawtbrtl Peaches, Silver Prunes Hose Peru Grapes, B&rtlett Pears, Siklo Pears, Eta ' Galifornia Eimt Market. Miitu! Tei S7S It CALIFORNIA Wine Company --M7 T.0M; STKXET, 3fIiiarttrBtocV. JOBRIRS OF . IBEBS,;- and; SPHHTTS . Golden Rule" Bazaar, Depot for NEWSPAPERS and PERIOD!OALSby every inconmg steamer. 2!Z Subsciiptioni Payable in Advance. i , - DOMESHO "5 siwing machines. This LTachho is the Kinc of all. On it yoi can mate a Lock-suju, ouainuicn,Ximoroiaery, Button-holeSjRufHe- s) Tucks. Guitars, Lam Tennis, 3aseba.ll, Croquet. Stationery anl Blank js Books at 55 Casi Prices. Hand Saving Machines from eight doUau and a half up. jy27 TVE INTE ALL SMOKERS To call and insect onr lata importation of the celebrani G. B, D. pipes, cigars and cigarette Hderr. I3r.LISTEK &. CC. T. H, Davies Mj XLi2Litecl. t ., Fresh Feed . aid Flour From WSHNGTON. Lion Four, ' Oat, Barley, Middlings, Bran, PER'MRUIOO" Jnst . " toland. -- i CyiGoods Grocery, Hartraxe, i Grceries, To' OEXand. i it arrs A Bailey Holulu Made - WirWoven Hatreds and ? Hounooks 5?' ; l :$, l j I QCKATIC SteamsMp :--: Co Time Table. h LOCAL XiHSTE. S. S. AUSTBALTA. Arrire Honolulu LeaTe Honolaln froa S, F, for S, F. Aug. U July 21, Sept. S Aug. 13. Oct. 6 Sept. 15. Nov. 3 Oct 13. Doc." 1...: Nov. 13. Dec. S. Tiirousli Line Prom San Eran. for Sydney. Arrivo Honolulu Monowai .au 2 Alameda..." Aug 30. Mariposa Sop 27 Monowai Oct 25 From Sydney for San Francisco. Leave Honolulu. Alameda July 26 Mariposa Aug 23 Monowai Sept 20 Alameda Oct 18 ,Capt. Wm. DavJes,", Eisner, Stevedore and "Wrecker. ESTIMATES AND CONTRACTS OX ALL KIXD3 OF WORK. On and after Monday, Oct. 22, 1894, tho STB. WAIMANALO, will sail every Mondav, at o p m for HANAPEPE, KOLOA, ELEELE and LIHUE, KAXJAI. CAPT, "WM. DAYIES, Master & Owner Inquire at office of J. S. Walsxb otct Spreciei'a Bani:4 feb l4. PACIFIC SALOON, Corner King and Kuuauu StreeU. EDW WOLTER....ManagK. Tcs Fiaest selecrion of LIQUORS ata SEER, sold aaprhere in th torn. First-cIa- attsdenc. Coll and judge foryoozsdf. noSO-l- f. City'-- Carriage M'p'Q. Co. Blacksmith Shop D. t 107 KING STREET BEjT, HR Blacksmith Work' AXD Carriage Repairing & FAINTINGr :AXD ; TRIMMING Is s&M Bcwmc at 3d W MVVi MtmI Tilapltont tt tJr-fow- n jy3t HAWAII'S LAWS of the s BkUE" LAWS CONSTITUTION and LAWS H'ained l)r fclio MiSsionaiios ISLANDS. HAWAIIAN At the present timo children entirely free a man from Gov- ernment work, also from the land tax, aud poll tax. Formerly, tho chief, could call tho people from ouo end of the Islands to tho other to perform labor. At tho present timo this is prohibited, aud tho people can be required to work only near by their homo. Formerly, if the King wished tho pcoplo to woik for him .tnOV AttllH tiAr vnfiar TKa iuo luuav tntio ! fwnm ntnMfK iwiiiuw uiuum w lj-- k - month. So also at the call of every chief and overy landlord. 'Jur. ti.uV,..uy H.',"?- - . their At the present timo thero is nothing of tho kind. If any chief should attempt to pursue such a course, it would be n crime such as would free all his tenants from laboring for him at all until the time spocifiod in tho law. Formerly, tho people wore regularly required to work every Tuesday and Friday, that is fouJ: days in a month for the King and four for tho landlord, eight in the whole, and as many more 'as the chiefs chose. At the presontJ;iimo tho wholo number is limited to six days in a month, leaving twenty laboring day3 for tho peo- ple. Formerly if tho people did not go to tho work of tho King when roquired,Jthe punishmont wa3 that their houjos wore set on fire and consumed. Now if they do not go, Ithoy must pay a rial, or at most a quarter of a dollar, But atill, tho people aro wailing on account of thdir pro-se- nt burdens. Formerly, they were not called burdens. Nevor did the people complaia of,burdeos till of lata till tbeso dreadful weights mentioned above were removed. This complaint of the people however would have a much better grace, if thoy with energy improved their time, on their own free days, but lot this, is not .the case. They spend many of their days in idleness, and therefore btads are grown over with weeds, and thero Islittlo food growing. The chkfs of thir own unsolicited kindness removed tho grievous bunkai meotto&cd above. Tho people did not first call fee a raafcoval of tkara. Tht chif3 removed then of tkeir owb accord. ThrJbc tht saying ofaomo of thepoo-p- lt , thtUy are oppcMed, h sot correct. Thoy axo not oppreaMd, bat ara Jdk. la vww ol t&w copiaiaU of the people, and in view o ibir jdkMt a Unir owa fr day, Um following new law k ati. 1 I! a krm b aa- - fe b grawa ovr wiUi weada and Hi-- Ua fcod saoalt, aad. y't ' ged Jam far MlHvattos, ia such a,eat tfca lasat siMiUfca tiipoiiBinT, thaofklta shall mot b dtiptainatd wttii a kklaar at ttw wc aaigaatioa f kia laadkr. TJaa rimiaai pacaoai saall b diiipciaai'aad, wiMtiMr UIm tiw landlord or Um UtM.nL J I, r