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.DAILY PACIFIC 00MMEKC1AL AOVEHTISEli, APRIL 5, 1889.
Tivnei of tV. Voire. It .1 riniiii. fact th.it tli" t"'i:- ! riviliI r.'ic's an Ininlcr aii'l li.tr-!i'AT tli.l'J lli'sf i's"I y sav.ip tr:Ns. Ir ilf :inx ng jx ojil win ar 1 : i 1 ." civilit il, it will coi-inionlv h found t!i:it tln iinr' hiirfily ciiiti at"i. up to a r t tin jM.iut. sj'".k in tin sharp":- f"i!-'. Of fours', wlir-n niljivat ion ;i 1 1 i i I i j -1 : " r 1 1 l.avo rt'afhol tuo jo;nt tlial t"i;c:i t tho vi.ico Irivo lufntnt' a mr.tt. r f atten tion ami cm-, t!i rule j. ! ly-r In is. frtl)"ii low, well 1 1 x i . i .i t to.-, s ar1 :muir ;l a an a votnpii.-h.'t'enT. The plii!' ; i 'i hy i.f tlii-i i u'.iai it y favins to '.' tl al the "!.::, - :,!,(! v )',;; r wliii li k'v ;.r;:;i:i r :v tic J. -a !t r pliip in al a:;' : . -;it an- :".- :;i::u:.i- ii i.y imu.-U.il liT i j alt:. Ji.'.-I v y r.ware how ji!.:i;l n -vnj"-.!-- : is i r L -c:tcl in the ton----. T ;!;?. !. En;;lan.l pj.:;k in n. -t,::rj- r a; ! - i.r'.'J J oii: than ih-ir nu-i:. i.i !'n0Ln-i. TT.ey are a!-. iim.c i:u-n- " i.u :' .-."if;,-' aa-i miv a0if i:i ; . r -1 i ji. Tii.it this :!;.''i'i;r.' iiitone to tiic inl!.i ri( i' f (liiuat is ap; ;. :! i'jo:i , :ouipari ion f our jfijU' v. it h th - of the doMiinio.) to tin' north ai:J a-t of us. It is orly a-s jm.:te r ti..-r at'ii. i-.s may nJlVct tho entire rharactf r t-f a !eo ple that it has ut.ythir.;- to lo with the toTn-H in which they fp-.,k. ( 'oinin- nly as we ajiiniach the tropins, v.cli:il the voice lower aii'l scoter; hut, thru, this only in keeping with the wLulc lit" i f th jxople, which shown Ks of force anl earnestness than that of -jlc who in habit the teni'rat' zone. It .' iic,'r-ts that they an too ii)iolent to rai-; tin ir voires. The writer recalls that he has more than once heen a.cke.l hy jk i-fohs from I'rail anil from tin- .Spanish countries of South America, who wore new coiners amon us, whether those whom they overheard were really scoMincr, for they discovered no je1ulanc; i:or ill feeling except in the ton oh of the voice. Sui-h questions are calculated to awakt n proiit nhle reflections. Youth's Companion. Tu'llimoii'ii Thjx Htrir-i nml I nns. Christine Nilsson's two passions are tapesitry and fans. 3rost of tho former she Jia3 picke.1 up for .herself, and she I. as some rare and beautiful hits; hut tho fans are inertly pifts. One of them was Kiven to her in St. Petersburg by a Pus tian prince, and is a copv of tho famous fan of the queen of Oude. It is white f-i.'k, embroidered with pearls and emeralds, ho sticks of pold and ivory, set with small ruf ioot, and tho monograms in diamonds. The Empress Eugenie .irave her a fan that c noe belonged to Jimp. Dubarry, and was painted by Poucher, the wrought pearl Sticks of which are studded with tur quoises. The Venetians gave her a far. of silver filigree and the most exquisite of old Venetian point lace. An Indian prince, thw Thakore of Morvi, who heard Ler sing and saw l;er fans, added re cently tho most splendid and costly in the wholo collection, in tho shape of a gold handled one, incrusted with gems, and mado of the feathers cf gorgeous oriental birds. London Life. (Tvnrral IliUUTtisnnnits. ( VAlEW'FAl k COMPANY, (If.inillo.I . ; ;i:n:jl h mkiu'-antilk COMMISSION AtiENTS. T J.iST OI OftiCEKS: 1 . ('. .In:,. .Ir I leiiiiJmt ant Mmager I. '. Cirit-r '1 i iourer anii s.eoretHry itr.. W. t.A'.l. n Auditor PIIIUCTOIH. fi.j.'.o. Hon. H. Water houaa Not Afrwhl to I'lclit. "All tho Prandt-nburgcrs are soldiers' said the German heir presumptive in a recent speech. All the world knows that. Franco found it out at Sedan to ier cost. Tho night Louia Napoleon arid ins son reposed on downy couches in silken tents the Prandenburgers passed in the saddle, getting ready for tho attack which was to end in the capturo of the French army like so many rats in a trap. Prince "William, who is reputed to be of n more martial turn of mind than his father, tho unfortunate crown prince, declared in his speech that it is not true that he wants war for the sake of glory. Put he is a Prandenhurgcr, and ''all tho Prandenburgers are soldiers," who "only fear God, and nothing else in this world.1' There is no need to fear that Germany's military prestige will bo allowed to wan under this kind of a ruler. Chicago Times. IIow Fame Is Aclilevrr?. Hardly taiy one who has lisen in the smallest degree into public notice is above the harmless vanity cf telling tho utterly obscure inau how fame is achieved or tho foundation stones of even inndera'o greatness laid. Tho millionaire icealls his d;!lgence as a boy in swetpin7 out the store on cold win lev morning';, the Lvyer his wonderful assiduity in copying papers and reading veiy em-y edition i cf law books by the IkvH.vht, ai.d the littrary man the toil tx;endjd c: his first verres and his tecret jy at uct-irig (hem in the "pott's coiner"' of the cu;atry newspaper. There is nothing ssveeter than the reik c tt'n that one's own career is a standing encouragement to lie young and friend less to be up and doing with a heart for very fate. lTcw York Post. . Aew Conception of the tinier.'. I had many ngroeal.lo conversations with SIi-s. Anson Uurlinama in IieiimiJa Inst winter and have since formed an entirely now conception of tho Chinese chairs-tor. She siya thnt the American people only x the refuse of the Chinese nation. Anions all the eople she has met, and cetainly Mi s Iurlinga:ne is suftioicntly t raveled, she thinks the Chinesi; most exquisitely hospitable. Tho cultured classes are agreal.li and courteous In the extreme, extending to travelers and guests all the listinguishel attont ion which is often rarely to l found here. When living In China it was, of course, necessary for themselves to preserve some degree of "state and ceremony, and she depended almost al solu'ely upon her Chinese major donio, who, although u servant, was nevertheless invalu able in assisting her to msintaiii the projr etiquette and position required. Desii uus' of living in the American style as much as jos sible and of presenting the people with Amer ican dishes as well as customs, she often found it very difficult in that strange ehiaato and country to procure the material for a truly American dinner. Uut this priceless head butler of hers was always capable of ransacking the whole country to set forth the banquet tbl. s. The car .;on of herself and children also was sutlicit i. to stir her heart with gratitude even now. Many times Mr. Hurungmio would have fc,-!isioa to make some journev ty land or t ip on the rivers, while she wouid follow whu i he children and servants at a slower pace. Then, when danger f anv kir.il was th:eatenel. when annoyances were to be overcome and varied troubles to be avoided, all was done with strict reference to her lest welfare and wishes with a spon taneous gl nature and solicitous painstak ing which gained her affectionate resp-ct for the i-nlite and philosophical nation. "You do not, you cannot know the Chinese:" she once exclaimed, "any more than a stranger can know and ju lge f Americans t-y hocllums and loafers, llo.very boys and tramps. I know it is unreasonable i: rue to feel so, f. t I am aware of the ignorance of the Chi nese charaeier prevailing; but when I v,. jn. dignities put upon them, eh her on the streets or in the newptpeM, I am at once toncned with jast nn-er and a loyalt v to tl. class 1 knew, wl,i. h is actually painful." 'Joi a Ijuu PaiueN in New York Cnahie Twi 11 o Chan I Co., m-jam: stpkkt, Have Just Received ly Late Arrivals A larre and well assorted Stock of hand-painted China Dinner nnd Tea Sets To which the attention of intending pur chasers is direct 'd, as no oods of equal j laiily have ever been imported into this market. Al.so, all varieties and qualities of Silk Handkerchiefs, (ji Chinese and Japanese make. Also, TO ARRIVE by bark " VELOCITY," n iv due, an assortment of GUAMIE Piivhig" and Curb Stones and a few CUNKKli T.UILT BOATS. l.'5-ly FORT STREET, tinjiorUrs, NVholesale and Retail Dealers iu Groceries and Provisions. t'.l'lve House oods n hipoelalty .TBI 181-tf HOXOJiUJ'iU MARKET. (Suces!or to Wni. McCandleas.) No. ineii .Street, X'isii Market, Ho ioIiiIii, II. I. Choicest Beef, Mutton, Pop , Fish VEGETABLES. ETC., Always Kepi on Hand. Family and Shipping orders Carefully Attended to. Live Stock Furnihec to Vfda at short notue. Telephones UNTo. 212 LOVlvS BAKERY. VMIS. KtiUY. LOVE, - I'rorrlliesB. ureau una trackers, -1 Ii E S II- Soda Crackers A N D Saloon Bread Aluttyis on lliut. MILK 33IE.D A SPKCI.i LTV. l.itNji;! OnU'rx I'romfitly Attentel to, 172-3ui T II IBS IMPERISHABLE PERFUTjLE. Murray & Lanman's FiamoA WATER, Best for TOILET. BATH, and SICK ROOM. r 1 a j t y derive : Rock Salt for Cattle. TA few U-T19 still i;u-.li(lio;f d of A FTLV EARLT. TllF.O. H. 13 A VIES & CO. liflui GEO. W. LINCOLN, UK WKLL-K.NOWN BUILDER, IS STILL IN THE FIELD AS A Con tractor, and is now better prepared to di anv and all kinds of wurk appertaining to contracting or any other clas.-? of work lel.-ning to hi.-i trade, in the same gol and workmanlike manner as heretofore ; Iiavwi enrta led my shop expenses and 6till retain plenty of room to do any and a!l kinds of work appertain ing to the building trade that may be entru-ted to my care. 1 am enabled to da the same at very low rates, to euit the extremely dull UniesS and at the same lime bearing in mind that what is worth doing at all is worth doing well. 65 Thanking the public f"or pat favors, I remain respeetluUv vours, GEO. "W. LINCOLN. "W Y E T II ' S LIQUID MALT EXTRACT Contains all the nutritive virtues of the best Malt Li piors while it is TREE from all stimulating effects. -o- jNTOT BEYERAGE. The following analysis the proportion of alcohol in the Malt Extract as Com pared with Malt Liquors: i t. i i Extractive ... Alcohol. Matter. ANater. English small beer 3.2 2.4 01.4 Lager beer (Brooklyn) 2.3 2.8 94.4 Malt extract (Wyeth's) 2.54 15.0 82.4; The Manufacturers, Messrs. J.no. Wyeth & Eko., Phil., have appointed BENSON, SMITH & COMPANY, SOLE AGENTS FOR THE II AWN ISLANDS. l-3m HAWAIIAN GAZETTE Printing Establishment Merchant St., Honolulu. Plain and Fancy Printing IXCLUDING- Law Books and Blanks, Pamphlets of any kind, Lawyers' Briefs, Freight and Plantation Books, Statistical Work, Colored Poster Work, Lithograph Colored Cards, Business and Visiting Cards, Ball and Wedding Cards, Programmes, Billheads, Letterheads printed in Copying Ink, Etc., Etc., Ptc. PROMPTLY AND NEATLY EXECUTED. -:o:- liS-.Ta Ex Jiark 11. H.u-kfolil iKOM LtVERTOOL, HON 1 1L1 LIU ilLOOLO. ! Selwig Sc Lange's Patent IS to 30 't'lianil.f rs, VVMch Jiiive rrovei a trrt-at snoci-s? at Lil ne, Hanv.nav.iu, Kck.iha, iini", Koloi, Lahaina, Laup-.ticehce, et'., snd '.vtu-ti ;irt proviJed vvitli tl.e i ttt si iitipru i-inuts; also, SPAKE l'AUIS )t MIOVK lHSsES and nLTi::t cloth ion thl: same; Coolers, SigaL" rouuJ ei'i-iier) Iron Tan"ks, 0 sizes; ivaxtor Engines. leano's Steam Fuiiijm, I Steel Eails&Eixtures Portable Track, Sleei-ra fc Switches, Corrnafeil Iron, all lengths; Fire Bricks, Slates, Fire Clay, Asbestos, White Bros Portland Cement Germania T. Cement, Ke Shocks, Kivets, Siirar and Coal I'as, Coal Baskets, Twine, Stockholm and Coal 'Tar, Etc. For Sale at Lowest Kates ly H. IIACKFELD & CO. l.Ji'-lm Notice of Co)artnership. Hawaiian Transfer Co. rniIK FN HKKSI ( JN HI , II A V I N(l PFlt-- ch:ied the business ot J. (ireeu and the American Hxpiess Coinpany, have con solidated under the tirin name of the HAWAIIAN TRANSFER COMPANY, and are prepared to carry on the Druying and Express business of "all kinds. S?Tclephone oiViee at No. 75 King St., next door to Kobt. More's. j;ell JGO Telejiliones Mutual 565. &AU kinds of carting faithfully and promptly attended to; furniture removed and carefully handled; always on hand on arrival of steamers. If you want a watyon or dray you will find it to vour advantage to ring up either of our telephones. J. XV. MctilHliE, lfj-im j. McQueen. Just Received ex Slmr. Mariposa From New Zealand ! The First Lot of New Zealand Potatoes A Nil- Onions, FOll SALF BY H. MAY & CO. 3."-lw BY TAK NG Ayer's Pills you will oheve the system of those iye.-;iis of disease which surclv, though often slowly, undermine health As a cathartic, they are unexcelled They are gentle yet searching, health fully stimulating both the secretory and excretory organs. They are composed of vegetable ingredients only, and are, therefore, free from the objectionable qualities found in other Pills. Ayer's Pills are sugar-coated, and p.greeal.le to the ova and taste. Jjy apportioning the dose in accordance with the directions ac companying each package, these Pills may be administered with Perfect Safety to patients of all ages. As an after-dinner Pill, taken to assist the process of digestion, they are of great benefit, and as such are largely used throughout Europe, America, and all the countries of the civilized world. For Constipation or Costiveness, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Headache, Foul Stomach, Boss of Ap petite, Disorders of the Liver, ami Kid ney Complaints, Ayer's Pills are invalu able, and should lie at hand with every family for use in emergency . rREPAKED II V Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. Scld fcy Druggists and Medcine Vendors. .3&0trliseutcM5. Advertiser is THE Leading IX THE -:o;- 1UK1,ISHEI ETJERY MOKMiVG. (Except Sunday.) 13 Y THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO -o- Subscription, $6.00 per Annum Or 50 " Cents per Month : IMiv-red by Carrior. THE ADYERTISER Kepfesenta the Interests of the Politician, the Merchant, th I lamer, the Storekeeper, the Lawyer, the Workman, and, i tact, ail Classes of the Communitv. the in THE ADYEETISEE Has for many years been noted for its Reports of Leislati Iroceedmgs Important Law Cases, etc. These are recorded erhatim when the importance of the occasion warrants it. THE ADVERTISER IT I J ill ADYEETISEE JUST ARRIVED PEil 13 All K HackfeM, from LohiIoi -BEST- Address all business letters : THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO., Fence Wive, G a 1 va n i ze I I uck( t Uest Coir Matting, 3TFor Sale at Lowest Price by-l (r. AV. Jlacfarlane & Co. t-i copio... nnd l.rompt in tho publiction of Local News and t. arc kc1;t co,.Btutly ,.oStccl as to tho course of events oth.r V:nu of the worl.l. particulnrly u, the United States Address all business letters : HAWAIIAN GAZETTE Co., H. M. WHITNEY, Manager, H. M. AVIITTXET, Dnfinea 3hina- 123 tf ITonoluln, n. I.