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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, December 19, 1892, Image 4',
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THEO. H. DAVIE
As a Convenience to their Many Patrons, the Entire Stock of
Holiday Novelties lias been Moved to the
mr GROUND FLOOR
Furnishing- & Haberdashery Goods:
Embroidered Li6le Hosiery, !Neclcvear,
Silk Shirts. Argosy Suspenders,
Scarf Pins, London Novties.
Chenille Window Drapery:
Oriental House Furnishings:
Japanese Screens, Mirror Screens, Brass Screens,
Japanese Satsuma Vases, Fine China and Porcelain,
Tea Sets and Urns, Mush Sets, Silk Goods.
Standard Mechanical Toys:
Dolls, Dressed and Undressed;
Endless Presents for Children,
. Wheelbarrows, Ships and Carts.
Christmas and New Year's Cards:
Fine and Artistic Holiday Souvenirs,
Art Novelties for the Season,
McLaughlin's Picture Books.
Wakefield Rattan Chairs:
Hall Chairs, Fancy Tables,
Lamp Stands, Flower Vases.
Croquet and Lawn Tennis Sets:
Outing Shirts, Bicycle Shoes,
Lawn Tennis Caps and Blaziers,
Belts, Negligee Shirts, Caps, Etc.
Velvet Pile Center Rugs:
Smyrna Center Rugs,
Writing Cases and Albums:
Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs:
Open Work Handkerchiefs, Point Luce Handkerchiefs,
Limerick Lace Handkerchiefs,
Laces, Silks, Velvets,
& HOLIDAY DISPLAY
THEIR ENTIRE LTNE OF
at (Jivatly Reduced
Rugs and Carpets,
Axminster Rugs and Carpets,
Cornice Poles and Fixings.
THE PACIFIC OCEAN.
Shall tho Koy to tho Pacific Ocoan
Pass Into British Hands!"
From tho Dally Kennebec Jotininl.
Tt is an nccoptcd truism tlint na
tions, ns woll m individuals, havo
tluur opportunities and duties, and
that tho neglect of. them, through
indolence or cowardice, surely brings
retribution in one form or another.
Tho States and Territories which
outlet on tho vast Western ocean
will Rome day have a population of
ono hundred and fifty millions of
souls. This Pacific side of tho
American ropublic, stretching from
north Alaska to south California, a
coast lino of four thousand miles,
without including the seventeen
hundred miles of shore line of l'uget
Sound, is to havo a development of
agricultural, lumber, fisheries, and
minoral riches, out of which will How
streams of commerce, which neither
tho imagination nor cold figures can
well cover at the present time.
In tho front of these vast Pacific
States extends the immense ocean of
tho Pacific. Across this vast Pacific
plain must bo for all lime tho water
roads alone which will inovo the
commerce of manv hundreds of mil
lions of people. Anchored firmly
betweon tho two great oceans,
America divides with Europo tho
commerce of tho Atlantic, Europo
having the advantage by numbers,
position, and prestige. But on tho
great Western ocean America can
easily take tho load and hold it
securely against all competitors. To
do thio she must improve her oppor
tunities. Sloth and cowardice never
win anything worth having. Time
waits neither for individuals nor
nations. Success is for those who
In this immonso area of water be
tween America and Asia a roinnuinor
ablo islands, so needful to the future
commerce between tho two great
continents. Tho most of theso isl
ands aro now possessed by England,
France, and Spain. Germany but
recently forcing her grasping hand
into tho arena. Owing to tho patri
otic fidelity of tho American Mis
sionary Board and its faithful
agents, and to (ho watchfulness of
American statesmen, from Daniel
Webster to those of tho present
time, tho Hawaiian Islands havo not
passed under a European Hag.
Greedy, grasping! mid sometimes in
sulting as havo been our rivals as to
American interests in theso islands,
they are not yet lost to us, and their
business necessities and tho sympa
thies of their citizens aro .still with
their American neighbors. It needs
not tho naval and tho military
oxport to tell tho importance of
those islands to tho United States.
Thoy front our coasts. Thoy aro
sufficiently near tho gateways of our
rapidly rising Pacific cities to feol
tho pulses of American enterprise and
to contribute to American prosper
ity and power. Tt is to ropeat tho
opinion of the most intelligent com
mercial, naval, and military men to
say that tho Hawaiian Islands aro
tho koy to tho North Pacific. Coal
ing stations, feeding places, aro in
dispensable to American commerce
on great oceans. It is tho veriest
folly to think or to talk otherwise.
The time is near when wo must
decide who shall hold theso islands
as a part of thoir national territory.
It. is not possible for thorn much
longer to remain alone. Their peo
ple and tho United States will soon
bo compelled by circumstances and
events to decide whether the Hawai
ian Islands will havo unity, libortj',
and autonomy with tho United
States, or become a colonial posses
sion of a European power. What
Webster, Clayton, and Marcy saw
forty years ago, and Soward, Fish,
and Blaine, and the Administrations
tlioy represented clearly porcoived,
may now well bo considered by tho
Tho entire area of tho islands is
about 0000 square miles. In addi
tion to sugar, which is now much
tho largest product, tho soil and
climate aro admirably adapted to
raising rice, bananas, oranges, coireo.
grapes, and other crops. Woll gov
erned and property developed, thoy
aro capable of sustaining a popula
tion of 300,000 to 100,000. Thoro
aro oxtousivo ranches for tho raising
of sheep and cattle, so as to bo capa
ble of supplying steaniors and other
vessels both in peaco and war. Tho
hyo harbors of Honolulu and Pearl
Citj', about six miles apart, aro on
tored by narrow channels, aro closely
backed by mountains, so as to bo
made impregnably defensible at not
largo oxponso. Their ultimate pos
session by tho United States is of
tho utmost importance to Amorican
commorco in the Pacific, which pro
mises vast development, if wisoly
cared for and without too much do
lay. Shall Americans sleep while
others aro awake to take from them
thoso natural advantages? Time and
tido wait noit her for men nor nations.
Tho Destiny of Hawaii,
U'rom the New York Sun.)
Tho iirtitslo concerning tho situ
ation in tho Sandwich Islands, which
wo roprint olsowhoro, appeared a
few days ago in tho Kennebec Jour
nal of Augusta, Maine. Tho editor
of that newspaper is tho Hon. John
L. Stovous, at present our Envoy
Extraordinary and Minister Pleni
potentiary to tho Hawaiian Islands,
Minister Stevens is n cool obsorvor
and -n patriotic American, As ho
had boon for years ono of tho closest
personal friends of Mr. Blaine, his
appointment to Honolulu was gen
erally regarded as signifying that
the present Administration fully ap
preciated tho importance of safe
guarding American interests in Ha
waii. Tho annexation of that group
by England, or by Germany, or by
any foreign powor, would bo an im
measurable calamity to tho United
States of tho future
It is not a violent assumption to
suppose that Minister Stevens is tho
mithor of this warning to tho people
of tho United States that thu tiino is
near at hand when tho question of
tho ultimate possession of tho Ha
waiian group must bo decided by tho
action or tho apathy of our Government.
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"W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Neatest & Prettiest Display
AN' I) SKNSHlUi
IN QUE AT VAUIKTY.
IW A Hjjcelnl Importation of
Just lk-celvcd diicct from tho factory (it
DIARIES for 1893
uSy-Always Remember Cash Talks.-t
l'leMJiits thu Finest Display of Spe
Novelties for the Holidays
Which must ho veen to ho appreciated.
Choicest Season Books from Harpor'.s,
Houghton it Millin, Sriilmcr's,
I.othrop'H and others.
Office & Pocket Diaries for '93
I'lMnnni: hii.vnn Novi.i.rns in
Inkstands, Blotters, Paper Knives,
Oder Stands, Toilet Sets, Klasks, Etc.
Albums in Latest Designs
Finest Leather Goods, Nut Pick Sets,
Blacking Outfits, new and sensible;
Celluloid Photo Frames, Book Marks,
Blotters .t Calendars, Work Boxes,
Desks, Manicuie, Music Bolls,
Dressing & Traveling Cases,
Vases ,V Flower Stands,
Douhlo A Triple Mirrors,
Xmas Cards & Booklets
: ONLY A FEW LEFT :
-:-Calendars for 1893-:-
A CHOICE VABIETY.
For the Boys in lino assortment, and ditto
for tho Girls, including the best
DOLLS & DOLL SUNDRIES
To ho found in town.
In Fact tills Applies to All Our Lines.
tW Manv people waiting for late selec
tions will get "badly left," lor tho choicest
is being picked out daily.
fl"OFEN EVENINGS "Sa
JSF- The News Department Is prepared
to receive subscription orders for the Now
Year. Persons desiring to make changes
will please advise in time.
Look out for tho Jubileo Issue of tho
Hawaiian Annual for 1893
1'INEI.Y II.l,lWTItTi:U .
To appear during Chiistmas week. Orders
1Q6 Fort Street.
Monday, Nov. 21sf
M. S. LEVY'S
Dry & Fancy Goods
Ily A. M. UKTTJINCOUltP,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dealer In Horees,
corner Herctunia and Punchbowl sts.
&W Mutual Jlolophone 377.
f AD IKS AND (1K.'TI,KMKN WITH
L Vocal and Dramatic Ability, wanted
to loin a company now forming, reply in
strlot uontlduncu, "Manager," Uullistik
S 'MAS GOODS
Thanksgiving and Xnias !
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
KOI! Till: I'AST SIX MONTHS IN '
EJlegstrrt Oonciitioii for tlie Table !
Wo tlo not oIUt Ski'lcton lllnls for nlont ?1.W a ptceo, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
IDrossed aiici Ioocl If DDesired
AND 1)111,1 VKItKl) T1I11 M0IIN1NU O.1 DAY l'OIt USD
tt&- Mvo Weight of Uinls varying from 12 to 20 lbi. -a
Prices to E5-u.it E-veryloocl-y I
KOIt SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Guxxixxiixis' Blook, Fort Street.
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I. & D. Wrought S
THEO. H. DA VIES & GO.
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaaimmanu St., Ground Floor,
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS !
SI'KCIAI, DISPLAY' OP
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
FI35TE "WA.IR,:Ki I
ZSTew Rugs and Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
To Lot or Iionso.
rpWO NIOKFiY KUlt
X nibbed Itoomis cen
trally located. Inquire at
Huu.ktik Qillce. ;r:i-tf
"vrnw houbk oi i-mvi: iyvLT -
1 roouiH, on Magazine f&iv-r2v.l,n!
Htrect. with Itathroom, pat- gi! ifuiSSL
cut V. 0., etc. Commands JiSiiCsLHEE
onoof the linest vIuwhIii Honolulu. Applv
to (177-tf) J. .M. VIYArJ.
AXIOM COTTACii: UN
Herctunia Htreet, near
l'likoi Htreet, containing
1'arlor, 'J lledrooms, Itath-
loom, Diuiugroom, Pantry and Kitchen,
Servant's room, Carriage Hoin-o, Stable, etc.
Trameais pass every JO minutes. Apply at
olllco of tltib pa pur. 15-.-'t f
ClOTTAtii: TO I.IIT ON 1 .i-'n
; King Htreet, lately oc- ti2!j4P-C2
cupled by Mi Fleming, MiiWmM,
containing Two lledrooms i ,V3
J'arlor, Dluingioom, Kitchen and Itath
room; alMi btnhlo, Carriage Iloiiro and
Servant1)' tjiiaiter.s; rcai-onahlo unit. Ap
ply to .1. R iioWl.Klt.
TO LET OB LEASE.
L 1'iemitos between Kinir
and Young strcetHj
Ul'UlllllCII II. v .111. J.. I
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dwelling in well furnished with uioilern
improvements and conveniences, TJieio
inprovements and conveniences, TJieio
iio aloo on tho pieinUcH Servant's tjuar
era, Stables, etc. Thu grounds contain a
iliolro variety of l'lunts, Krult and Orna-
UJitm-u viii iciy 01 I iiiuiH, j'jiiu aim vjihu
lnetitiil Tm.w. Aiti.bfiiii u'ntnr in iit nti
throughout tliopreiuUes. Korfunherpar
ticiihirs apply to
Wl-tf at K. O. Hull it Sons'.
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright. J
Ts :Mw Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
rpllAT IM.IIASANT SUli-
. lltl'tlll VI(1L1U 1J11 llitt j
.. 1I..I..J ll... J
rpllAT VKUY HKSIU
.1. able llusidunco at pro-i-oiil
occupied by James
l.iivu as a homestead, situ
ate mi Klug'stirct opiiosito tho resldunco
of Dr. O. I'. Andrews. ilotiMi Contains
Largo 1'arlor, Diulng-rooiu, a lirge lied
looms, Kitchen, etc. Hoomy Stables and
Servant's (Juarlers in roar;, only 10 min
utes' wall; to tho 1'oit Olllco. Possession
given lit March, ISO). GiB-tf
NOT13 lleforo beuking or closing bar
gains uUoft hero, it will pay you to t-canour
column, and to at oneu consult tho under
signed at their olllco.
?Vo keep jiropurty In first-class con
dition, Our terms are moderate and as
landlords will always ho found reason
able hi our dealings.
t&- Apply In each case to
BRUCE or A. J. OAnTWRIOHT,
"Cartwright IJiiildlng," Merchant street.
The Jhtily Jlultetin in delivered by
carriers for 60 emit per month,
icsidenco of Mr. 'l'liminmiiiJrfgj&
Koron-oii, nicely appointed and witli agree
able hiirrouudiiigs, Hiiited to u Hiuall family
and w 1 1 1. 1 1 1 an easy removrj 'from tho heat
of tho City. TerniH f 18 )ir month.
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