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THE EVENING MULLUTiN: IJ0N0M7LU, EI. I., TUESDAY, FEUKUAHY 18, 1000.
Baldwin Celery Soda
Headache. Nervousness and
Pleasant and Refreshing
Honolulu Drug Co.,
HEADQUARTERS FOB DISINFECTANTS:
CHLORIDE OF LIME,
DO YOU DRINK
If so, make them
filter, by means of
The Litest scientific method,
AtiOiiite purity guaianteed.
Every home should hao them
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A Splendid Consignment of Surreys, Phiotons,
Buggios, lluiid Carts, and Harness.
Specially Soleotiul for Local Requirements.
Honolulu Carriage Jlanufactory
Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Dogs
ALL HAVE THEIR ILLS.
REMEDIES MADE BY JOHN POTTIE & SONS,
Veterinary Surgeons o World-wide Fame, will
CURE : THOSE :ILLS.
Money IsJSaved by Investing in Pottle's Remedies.
Blsk Oils for Sprains. Gall Salve for Sore Necks, White Oils for Swollen Glands.
Green Lotion, great healing .itfent, Soothing Oils for Skin Eruptions,
Black Ointment for Horses' Feet, Electric Oils, a mild blister,
Pottie bye Salve for Sore Eyes,
Vermin Soap for Docs, Sheep, Cattle. Horses, Shrubs and Tree
W"Thls la only a partial list; If ou don't see what you want ask
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Agnt fnr thf Haw.il. in Islands.
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK
Repairing, Painting, Trimming and lanufaduring
Fine I-Iorsewtiooinir a, Specialty.
Agency Rubber Tire Wheel Company.
Q"jtea Strrct nmr Fort.
Consult WANTS in
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King St.
ERATED WATERS ?
AT HOME with pure wafer from your own
.'irpli? to operate, perfect in result,
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FOIIT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL.
CONTROL OF NORTH PACIFIC
Shonld Act With
Eid In View.
Canstrccllon cf llitarajjij Canal Ao loipoitant
Factor of His Plan President of
Hival War College Tdtks.
Now Voik. ,'nn. 29. "Connniinil if
the sr.i on our North Pacific coast nnrt
ti -Aiilcrj of tlio western basin of the
North I'nrific should ho in our linncN
In peace imtl war time. This can only
be cifci-tcd by teaitlncs3 of a proper null
sulHclfit naval force, cither on tho
fcpot or to he furnished from the At
lantic throiiRh nn utitrninnieled canal.
In lutilltlon to this, and ready for com
bining, should bo the nvallnblc forces
noitnnlly nttached to the Philippine
and tho waters about Chinn, Japan and
Korea. In oilier words, the Pacific
ocean from Samoa nortliwnrd should
bo within our control."
Those observations are made by Cap
tain C. II. Stockton, president of tins
Naval War Collcsc, In an aitlcle In tho
proceedings of the Navnl Institute deal
ing with the cotnnieicinl, naval and po
litical conditions of an Inter-oceanic
canal acioss the Central American
Isthmus. Referring to the Clayton-Bul-wcr
tieaty. Captain Stockton snys:
"It Is safe to say that It Is practlcallv
the opinion of all Americans that thU
treaty should cither bo abrogated or
vi y mutorlall modified.
"Tlio change of conditions since ti.i
signing of this treaty, duo to our West
inulali c(tilBltlons, and more especial
ly to tlio great developments of wv
Pacific coabt and tcriltory, should
caiiho Oicat TJiltnin to hoc the dcslrnli
illty. If not tho necessity of this action.
"The proposition for a canal exclu
sively owned and conti oiled by tli?
Pnlted Stutes In war and peace mivim
the tilled or Inillicct purchase or con
st! uctlon of tho canal by the (lo em
inent of tlio I'tilted States, in time i.r
war it would menu n navy of sufllclen
size and strength to maintain tho c mil
open ngaliibt an exterior attack tiom
any power or alliance of powers with
the forco they can spare from Duo.
"Tlio first thing thnt present.) Itself
In connection with the canal and the
nanl piofcsslon Is the neccsfity for a
strong nnval foice for the Pulled
Slates Separated, as the canal and
Its Immediate adjacent teiiitorv la,
fiom the territory of the Unifd Stntes
by Mexico, the approaches to tho canal
require nnval protection In or.lei to
give us the status here that Oie.U Hilt
nin enjoys at Sue. Nothing could
conduce more to the safety and pro
tection of these canals and the Ikih'II
cent flow of commerce therein than tho
control of the Suez canal by Gicit
lilltnln and the control of the Ai.ieii
cun canal by the I'nltcil States.
"It has been said that the haug.v
foiled upon us by tho canul would In
so gieat that it would bo better for us
If no canal were to bo built. 1 no not
believe it to bo o, but It does lot mat
ter, the canal Is Inevitable n:ul Its
eventual opening Is but a question of
time The competition of u great ship
canal, aided to a greater or lesi degree
bv us, will cause a still sruti i re
moval from our ixilley of isolation
fiom tho affairs of the great power. of
the world. Tho great common i com
ing from European maritime countries.
passing on Its way to and from the
canal near our gulf territory and West
Indian possosfloDH, will ieve.il to Hu
rouean countries tho Inlpoianc" ut
their West Indian colonics. It wfll
bring thesu colonics In even tloscr re
lations to us than they lin .- been
drawn of late jears, creating and re
viving through them many ucstloni
In which wo will have cither Joint or
antagonistic Inteicsts with their home
In connection with tho consti notion
of tlio canal Captain Stockton reviews
the navnl situation in tho PacM.
"A predominance, both maritime and
naval in the North Pacific ocean. ho
declares, "Is an cssentlnl matter for
tho United States In regard to tho inter-oceanlc
canal. As tho want of such
naval predominance In tho Caribbean
would deny us access to the canal on
that side In war time, so a similar
want of predomlnanco In the Pacific
will prevent our Hblps galnln,; access
to tho cannl from those wnlers. Tho
mnrltfmo predomlnanco In the North
Pacific, though contested. Is still ours,
and to this should bo added tho naval
predominance, which, If It does not
precede tho maritime, predominance.
should nt least accompany It."
THE LAST GAR.
Tho last cars of tho King street lin
going to Walklkl and Palama pass th
Anchor Saloon. Tho cleverest mlxolo
KlBts In tho city aro there a1 ways tr
nut you up anything you may desire
Drop In and take a drop before yoi
take the car. Tho celebrated Scattb
beer la to bo had hero on draught.
full line of liquors. Including tho fa
moiitt Jesse Moore Whlakoy, etc., a)
ways on ban... Received per Warrl
moo, Rainier Dock Deor on draught
The Anchor Saloon Is horn to please it
Fish Inspect ir tJerndt has
come aenss some very curious
ind beautiful fish latt ly which
ire hei p; pan.cvd by KING
BROS. artiV A very pecul'ar
rah is on view In KIG
ROS.A'inHnM'. Hotel strfei.
"I'm no sorry," said Mrs. Parvenu.
hlildlng her nuests Rood-byo after an
"At Homo," "that tho rain kept all our
best pcoplo away."
Control of Miinlln Cnlilc.
Washington. .Inn 2(1. The linn
Cnnunlttpp on Interstate, and Foici n
Commerce tortaj considered the piopu
sltlon of u Pacific cnblo tlcuprnl Wn
ger Swayne of New York epoko In fa
vnr of prhnlo construction and op.-m
lion of the cable lines as agnlnst (lo
Louis .Marshall of New York appei.i
ed In behalf of tho Eastern Extension
and Australasian Telegraph Compaq
the British company which now oj ( r
atcH the cable connections with the
Philippines nnd stated that lie was
present to submit it "caveat" or notlci
of pi lor rights. They explain'! the
concessions held by this company fiom
Spain, some of them extending until
PJIO nnd one of them granted In ts9s
giving exclusive landing lights In the
Spanish Pacific Islands until mis. Mr,
Mnishull said the company maintained
that these grants bv Spain were bind
ing on the Pnlted States, as this Gov
ernment had succeeded to SpalnY sov
ereignty nnd had "put ltelf In Spain's
Mr. Corliss nsked If It was claimed
that tiie United States could um lav
a cable to .Manila.
.Mr. Maislmll said It was hold that
this could not be done without exting
uishing the existing lights In some
Captain Suuler, acting Chief Signal
Odlcer. stated that owing to tlio asser
tion of exclusive rights, tho War De
partment bad secured copies of the ori
ginal concessions under which tills
British company was micrntliij He
said these controverted the cln'ins of
exclusive lights. They were being
translated and would be non ilinill
trd to Congress
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MarVofc and rows.
fflinMU! tm IJ!.
?0S K.lN( SritEE'J.
. .Vallkii, : : Ma.vabu.
Wlioleinlc aail Hihil
For sale cheap al
J. R. MILLS
Miicidn lllueU, Kin s'reet.
Is the foretaste of the whole Ja . viol.
that :.nd we probably spoil ill."
Be su-e the coffee K good, and- th i'- It
LEWIS & CO.,
I.EAD'NO f jROCEf'jJ
T lepliope IJ3. ( 1 1 Fort St
Beer and Wino Dealers.
iMrORTKllfl, ANH WllOl.liSALE
Vsiio ai Lipor DealBrs.
AtroU for the Bottled R.lnltr Dtti of stattla.
NO. IB NUUANU tiTl'.KKT
Foster Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
P. O. Bon tj7 Mutual Teltphone .
JONSALVES & CO .Ltd
i'ifi Qnon Btrfftt, Honnlnlu. H t
rinsolidated SoAa Water Co.. Lo
nrncr Allen & Fort Sis., Honolulu.
German American Ins. Co.,
Of New York, and
Union Assurance Co.,
Members Honolulu Stock
: Wernicke Book Cases, :
The Globe Company's Desks,
Filing Cases and office
Secured at lowest
lenrv Water iousb & Co
Peal isibit din iDD'Once.
iwv; . . . , . jti
LtllTK and KLKIh
New England Mutual Life In
surance CO. OF BOifON.
Etna Fire Insurance Company
HENRV ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
EDWARD POLLITM Co
AND DEALERS IN
Particular atttnllon given to purclue tal ! ol
iiawaiijin suxmt 3IOCU.
Loam NgcllaltJ. Eatlern an) Fcrlgn Stork
403 Callfoptiln St.,
San Prnnclsco, Cal.
W. C. ACHI Sl CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
rST Vewui Un oi -.i;oal Estate Sn
C3T Wo will Soil Properties on Kcmcji.
JFFJCEjjp West King Street
un i o wm
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
'i'ncdvo Chluc'O Or.inlto
f'.wt. ?" mlcll
Projxirty In town.
houses to i.nrr.
T. R. .MOSSMAN
Real Estate Apn.
Searcher cl Tillcs .
Real Estate Transaction?-
Subicribors uro faruisUnd with from ti
.0 nix lists per wook, Riving nu uoontsu
ucora of All doidi, uortniccs, lease, r
v ei, powers of attorney, etc., etc., wliul
r piftc-ed on reoord.
l'a'crlptlon 1'rico, $2.01) per Monti
A, V. G-EAR,
Judd nulldlng, Honolnin
JOHN II. SOPER
116' Merchant. StrteT.
OHAS. ,T. EALK,
STOCK ASD BOND BROKER
Meinlxir Honolulu Stock Exchange.
KoomSOl, Judd Ilulldlug.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OUTIONEBK AND STOCK UKOKJtU
No. 43 Cjnuen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Ben)
jfltato and Fnrnitiirn
Stock and Bond Broker
Member ol Hawaiian Stock Eicnangt.
Mulnerliy Block, Fort Btroot.
P. E. R. STltAUOH,
Real Estate Broker
Vina nc Wl Agnt find Collector.
Llncoln'BlfyV:, 6J0 King street,
isat Tjiephotn ou.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker
Mambar of tha Honolulu Stock Eacnanta,
Oflleo Queen stroot, opposite Unloi
T.I.pbona 500. P.O. Boi m.
JAN. F. MOltdAN,
Mambti of Honolulu Stock Eichanta,
r.l.Fhona tu P. O. Boi ,g,
AKents, Bruis and Jobbers.
f. G. Srwin & Go.
Western 8ugar Itcflnery Co., cl Ou
ualtlwlu Locomotive Works
I'uiiiKieipnik, rcun., U. a A.
Newell Unlversn. Mill Co. (NaUco
Cane Shredderl.New Vork, U. A. fr
N. Ohlandt Co's nhemfcAl Feruu
A,..w Cr08a & SonB h,Sh "- t
tlllzcra for Cane and Coffe.
Itccd's Stoam Ilp Cnvnrfn.
ALSO OFFEIl FOn SALK
i'arafflne I'alnt Co's P. ft B.
mm triipera; l,ucoi and
Oils, raw and hnlled.
Indurlne (a cold water pafat. k.
whlta and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Comnt, lims
and Sricks .
fb. Walalua Acrlcul" ral C., Ltl.
Tea Kohala SurirCc
rn Koloa Atrrlcuitui! I Co.
rh Fulton Iron WorUa. Sl. t,o.. Ml
Tlia Standard Oil Co.
Tha Of o. H tllaV M,.ra Tun;..
Zb fc 4,,inJ L''' ,n'r"t Co. ot B.t..
.Tu Alllanrr .,i;t nr. To n( lnin
Agents for tho California and O.-fesb
V.m. (1. Irwin. I'renlilonr nnrf ir..
Clatia SprccUcIs V IcePreslcuS
;;".'.1 ?' fr;,r'1-- Second Vice rrealdcal
II M. Whitney, Jr..... Trcas. and ta
tteo.J. !tos AucUtaJ
'vta.inaf.s? E" lactoses,
AOBMTS OF TUB
IUHAKIC STEAMSHIP COMPilifr
OV HAN KtUVc-llHOQ. Q J
BREWER 00., Wd,t
Hawaiian Acrlcultural Comr any. Amrkao Soa
LIST OK OKFK'KKS
C. M. Cooko, I'fOHlituut; (loorro 5.
ItoburtHon. Maiiuu'.ir. iv tr nii
Troastiror and Secrotnrv cvl. w w
Allon, Audit r; 1'. u Jono, H. Wiur.
houso, Quo. H. CHrlnr. Dlrectoni.
al. PHILLIPS & U07"
Wholesale Impottew and Jolibern t
laropean and American Dry ew
Fo Und Qneon 8teU.
rl. HACKFELD & CO., L:
iCNEB&L COMMISSION ABEIfl,
02rVfnrjind Qneen Htreeta Honol.
Honolulu Iron Works Co
r.uV!5JSyd a.na n,oJt!rn SUOAR VA
CIIINLilY ot every capacity and 4.
scriptljn made to order. Boiler wort
and RIVETUD PIPES for Irunttoi
purposes a specialty. PartlrUur .ttm.
tion paid to JOB VORk Kri rZZ
eiecutcd at shortest notice.
F. W. THRUM,
ROOM NO. 10, HPHECKKLS BLOCK
rmniaiion work a Hpecia tT.
Odnertl Manager of
Tb Kqujtable Life Asaranca Society
0' tha rjnited KUtei for Um Hawaii
Owwvmt Mrehanf atreot Won
112 HoTM. Rtkbct.
riViC HA-S, III LA ,-K lira. NIII1 tj
,',1r.s;.KAN'8-snK 8skdn K,,m
'IOM."MAnK POI, cons! and o . J.
lelephouo 750 lfWAq
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