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DAIL1 PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, FEBRUARY 13,. 1891.
ZMxtttUttxtms. i&titistmtnts. CAUSES OF POVERTY. Ncto lUrcrttscmcnts. &fiterti5raen& riONEEK LINE! WHITE'S EXPRESS All Aboard for Waialua and Way Stations! TRAINS LEAVING HONOLULU Railway (Station at 1:45 p. u. on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRI DAYS will carry Passengers, Mail and Small Packages tor Waialua. Transfer will be made at Pearl City to White's Pi Titer Express, which will com mence to run Monday morning, Dec. 2Kb. Single tickets from Honolnln tn Waialua can be bought at Honolulu Rail way fetation lor $3; round trip tickets $5. The Pioneer Express will leave Waialua in time to connect with the oaaseneer train learing Pearl City lor Honolulu at 4:15 p. m., on T b Ks DAYS, T H URSDAYS and SATURDAYS, arriving at Honolulu Sta tion at 4:55 p. m. This new line will start for the first time from Waialua on Tuesday, Dec. 30, 1890. 1$. F. DILLINGHAM, 153-1 hi General-Manager O. L. fe R. Co. WING UIIONG TAI, Carpenter and Painter Contractor, Builder and Jobber, Furniture and Cabinet Maker, eta. Chinese Employment Office, No. 39 Xting Street. Mutual Telephone 670; Bell Tel. 98-3m y W. I?. SALTER, WATC H MAKER King Htreet, next Geo. Lincoln's. Cheapest and best p'ace to get your Watch or Clock Repaired in a first-class manner. Repairs to Musical Instruments ; Fine Mechanical Work; Electroplating and Gilding. All work warranted for twelve months. 154-lm Kedward & Howell, Contractors & Builders Brie, Stone and Wooden Building Estimates Given. Jobbing; Promptly Attended to, 76 KINO STREET. Hell Telephone No. r P. O. Box 43k 115-3 my A. J. SCIIREIBER, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER and JEWELER, Hotel St., --- Under the Arlington. Moderate Prices 1 120-q FILTER PRESSES. Faauhao Plaktatiok, 1 Hawaii, March 9, 1888. 1 Rltdon Iron and Locomotive Work. Ran Eras elseo. Oontlemen Wo bare med two of your 30 chanbered Filter Presses tbls season. The, are convenient, ull, bandied and are working entirely to oar satisfaction. X can recommend no improvement on tbem. Very respectfully yonxa. (algneai A. Moon, Manager Paanb.an Plantation. Buu, 8ept. 38, 1889. Mb. Joan Dm, Agent Bladon Iron Work Honolulu. Diab Sib: Please ship na on of yonr 80 Compartment Filter Presses. 340 square feet ant face, seme as the one aupplled na laataeaaon, which I am pleased to say haa given na entire satisfaction. Your tm It, GEO. R. EWART, Manager HeeU Agricultural Co. These Presses are made extra heavy for blah pressures, occupies a floor apace of 1 1 4 ft., and preaenta a tittering; surface of 240 square feet. A limited number In atook In Honolulu and are aold at very low prtoea. Rladon Irou A Loco. Works. Han Francisco. For partlonlara enquire of JOHN DIEB Honolulu Boom No. S 8prokala' Blocks 791343-q W. O. IKWIN Co., Agents. New Model Lunch Rooms! BETHEL, STREET, (Next door to the Postoffice), Open .All Niht ! Give it a trial. -5S8m Ry.PT.UR la ad7r- tlalng PIERCE Patnnt UIP.UCTIA ELASTIC S TRUSS. y aasaraDce i v Kirsn that we are fVJ offering the Bent v Train in ll'ieH'orld.V. Thia Celebrated Appli- inn. h.u hAAfl AVtAimi vaIvV 'lid Radlcnllr Currd tliona-.) and efeaMi efKaflure! This is nW Kltrie Tram (the only successful oneVK kver invented); has oo Iron Iloope or Stl otrijigaiioui. lata wmg.rine,cii oe worn with east and comfort Night and Day. It's a per ferf retainer 1 Bjffcor further parttcnl&rs o Trttaa, send 4c. in stamps (or Pmniplilet Bio. 1 an R C M C M B C D thl Dr.Pierce's Urn u i ne Klectri liLillLlliULrl Trasses oontain onr Pri vatto ftlg nature exactly like tnat shown at toi of tliii advertisement. Beware of inferior imiutious Address: , MAGNETIC ELASTIC TRUSS COMPANY, 3 harrameaio at.,a FraueUess C'al II riEft PIERCE SIM at s I a ' .EaAr 'JtV Bp Yapor Enpe kre adapted for Puinnine. Electric Lighting. running Elevators. Har vesting and Thrashing Machines. Printing Presses, Boot and Shoe Machinery, Circu cular. Jig and Band Saws, Hnistine. Mill, and Mining Machinery. Coffee Mills and Roasters, Polishing ano FannincjMachines, Ventilating Apparatus, Emery Wheels, Etc., in fact, everywhere Dower is needed. No Boiler, No Fire. Nr Steam, No Coal, No Ashes, No Engineer, No Explosion. NO DANGER Started Instantly Without Even a Match Always Ready to give out its Full Power. Cost to Run: About One Cent per Horse-power per Hoar. afjtyThe above Engine cn be seen in operation at any time at the Meat Market 01 Jos. Tinker, Nuuanu street &PInformation in regard to the cost, running, etc. will be furnished on applica tion to JOS. TINKER, Nuuanu St., 102-q Sole Agent Hawaiian Islands. City Meat Market ! JOSEPH TINKER, Practical Butcher, AND KAKEB OF TBI Celebrated Cambridge Fork Sausage Made by the very best Machinery and i cannot be equalled, ilia Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal and Pork is of the finest quality. All orders entrusted to his care are de livered with cleanness and dispatch within a radius of three miles of the city. My Coenkd Beef and Pickled Tongues Are a Specialty and need no comment. My Celebrated CAMBRIDGE PORK SAUSAGES Are the BEST in the Islands. Upwards of half a ton a week sold. Don't forget the address : CITY MEAT MARKET, NUUANU STREET, (Opposite Queen Emma Hall.) N. B. No connection with anv other Market. 125-q WE ARE NOW SHOWING AT OTJB MUSIC DEPARTMENT Six (New Styles) FISCHER and SCHURBERT (New York Make) Just received direct from the Factory. We will sell them at Prices that defy com petition, on Easy Monthly Installments! Call early and get first choice. Also a new line ot Plush Piano Scarfs and Piano Stools. THE HAWAIIAN NEWS CO. 79-q ANDERSON & LUNDY, Dentists. ARTIFICIAL TEETH from one to an entire set in serted on gild, silver, allum mum ana rubber bases Crown and bridge work a specialty. To persons wearing rubber plates which are a oonstant source of irritation to the mouth and throat, we would recommend our Prophylactic Metal Plate. All oier ations performed in accordance with the latest improvements in dental science. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Hotel street, Tregloan prem 131-q Wm. G. hi i Company, (LIMITED), OFFER FOli SALE Lime and Cement, PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S Compounds and Hoofing SEED'S PATENT Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes. FERTILIZERS : Wool Daat, Hone JNIeal, Fish Guano. ALSO buck sc oiii-.A.iNirr's IM Grade Chemical Cane Manure. GRASS SEEDS: Cocksfoot, Eye Grass and Clovers. REFINED SUGARS, Falrbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins. SALMON IN BARRELS, 131-q The undersigned having been appointed ooie Agents tor tne Hawaiian Islands FOB THE CELEBRATED Baldwin Locomotives From the Works of Burnham, Parry, Williams & Co., Philadelphia, Penn., Are now prepared to give estimates and receive orders for these engines, of any size and style. The Baldwin Locomotive Works are now manufacturing a style of Locomo tive particularly adopted For Plantation Purposes, A number of which have recently been received at these Islands, and we will have pleasure in furnishing Plantation Agents and Managers with particulars of same. The superiority of these Locomotives over all other makes is not only known here but is acknowledged throughout the United States. WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands. 79-q THERISDOK Iron and Locomotive Works, Corner of Bl and Howard Streets, Ban Francisco California W. H. TAYLOR President B. 8. MOORE Superintendent Builders of Steam Machinery In all ite branchee. 8teinbot, Stetunahlp, Land Englnea & Boilers, Hlgn Pre.iure or Compound. STEAM VESSELS of all kinds built complete, with bulls ot wood, Iron or composite. ORDINARY ENGINES compounded when ad visable. STEAM LAUNCHES, Barges and Steam Tugs con stracted wltia reference to the trade In which they are to be employed. Speed, tonnage and draft of water guaranteed. SUGAR MILLS and Sugar Making Machinery made after tiie most approved plans. Also, all Boiler Iron Work connected therewith. WATER PIPE, of Boiler 01 4heet Iron, of an) size, made In suitable lengths for connecting together, or Sheets rolled, punched and packed for shipment, ready to be riveted on the ground. HYDRAULIC RIVETING, Boiler Work and Water Pipes made by this establishment, riveted by hydraulic riveting machinery, that quality of work beinf; far superior to band work. SHIP WORK., Ship and Steam Capstans, Steam Winches, Air and Circulating Pumps, made after the most approved plans. BOLE Agents and manufacturers for the Pacific Coast of the Heine Safety Boiler. PUMPS Direct Acting Pumps for irrigation ot city works' purposes, built with the celebrated Davy Valve Motion, superior to any othei pump. JOHN DYER Honolulu -13m Room No. 8. upstairs. Sprockets' Block SUiN NAM SING, No. 109 Nuuanu Street, Begs to call the attention of the public to their large and well selected Stock of J apanese Groods, Suitable for this market, which will De sold at lowest prices. 49-1 y I Big U has Riven univtr- Core. in I satisfaction !n the cure of Gonorrhoea and , Glen. I prescribe it and lirdnlr byth. k CtMinn0!a -" Ohio, price. i.ool TVwhT2 rL sold by DrutfcEista. Hollibtir & Co., Wholesale Agents. Bknboh, Smith & Co., Wholesale Agenta1 6M313ly Baldwin Locomotives The chief anxiety of most people who are troubled with poverty is to hold up their heads in spite of it; for the most part they do not con cern themselves with trying to fig ure out what causes poverty, liut it is a good thing for the world that some people do concern them selves with the philosophy of the things that surround them; and, in the long run, the world is better off for their research. Some time ago the Herald, of New York, sent to a number of thinking men pol iticians, poets, philosophers, mer chants, etc., etc., this question: " What, in your opinion, is the chief cause of poverty in this coun try at the present time?" From a long chapter of answers, the Helper culls a few, and boils them down for its readers. Whether accepted or not, the replies are worth noting: Prof. V. G. Sumner, Yale. Fails to srive an answer. " If we work harder, learn more, save more, be have ourselves better, we shall not abolish poverty, but we shall do our best, and make the best ot tne world and of our life m it. Ignatius Donnelly The lack of property. The unequal and unfair distribution of property, whereby those who create it obtain little of it, and those who h mdie it become possessed of most of it. Chauncey M. Depew Lack of self confidence. Many young men are wanting in fixity of purpose. Rum is the greatest cause of pov erty: it is the cause of more pov erty than all the other causes put together. Prof. C. K. Adams, Cornell In a country where liberty prevails, the diligent and capable have the opportunity of rising above the m dolent and incapable. Where there is the largest liberty of indi vidual action, there will be the largest inequalities among . men Much of our legislation has tended in many ways to increase the opportunities of the rich and to diminish the opportunities of the poor. Henry Clewes, banker Drink; that one word tells the chief cause of poverty at the present time in this country. Chas. Pratt By far the largest class of poor and idle people are those who have come to want throuch intemperance. Next to drink, the greatest cause of pov erty is the restless and aimless character of many of our young men. They have been brought up to regard work as a punishment or as a curse. Intemperance is the cause of more poverty and trouble in our city to-day than all other causes combined. Edward McGlynn, D. D. Pov erty is chiefly caused by injustice, and the greatest injustice of our time is the denial to men of their God given birthright of access to the land and its natural opportuni ties. John D. Rockfeller Intemper ance. That is all. One word an swers the question fully. Bakers' Helper. DR. K. KOBAYASHI, NO. 33 EMMA STREET. 'Office Houbs 8 to 10 a.m.; 1 to 4 and 7 to y p. m. 2j55-2m PROF. U. J. ORDWAY, Teacher of Banjo, Guitar k Mandolin Leave orders at Music Department nawaimn news uo. iw-ira TT ?! . . . II. F. WICHMAN WATCH & CLUB! The SEVENTH Club is now being form ed. Come and secure a place in this Club. Parties on the other islands can remit by man. The following drew their Watches on iuoiiaay, xeo. via: Club 1 Member No. lfi. Clcb 2 Member No. 02. Clvb 3 Member No. 3o. Clcb 4 Member No. 29. Clcb 5 Member No. til. Clcb 6 Member No. 2ti. We Have a Few More Places Open 1 Parties livinc outside of Honolulu desiring to join one of the Clubs can make tneir payments by mail. )OrThese watches are cased in solid 14 Karat Gold, with fine full ieweled Waltham Movements, and are warranted to be ac curate Time Pieces. ?6S5-lt U. F. WICHMAN, Prop. istotioe. FROM AND AFTEft this date we will not be responsible for any freight after same has been landed. Parties to whom freight is consigned must be at the landing to receive their freight WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO. Honoluln . Sept. 5. 1X). 112-q FRANCIS M. ENGLISH, B. A., (OXON.), Is prepared to receive pupils in Classics, Mathematics and English Literature. Special preparation for University and Competitive Examinations. 50r"For terms, etc.. please apply No. 43 Emma street. 107-lra THIS PAPER IS KEPT ON FILE at E. C. Dace's Advertising Agency, 64 & 65 Merchant's Exchange, San Francisco, Cal., where contracts for advertising can be made for it, ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL PETER HIGH: - Prop. Office and Mill on AJakea near Queen Street. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Screens, Frames, Etc., Etc. MOULDINGS Turned and Sawed Work. j crM Having secured the services of Mr. G. B. Bipley. Architect and Building Superintendent, 1 am now prepared to furnish Designs for every description of Building, and will Superintend the Construction of the same. 7' Please call and examine designs before placing yonr orders elsewhere. S6Prompt attention to all orders. 153-j Pianos Jnst Arrived. PER BARK CHARLOTTE. FfiTr? WESTERMAYBR'S PIANOS, NEW STYLES. ONE WESTERMAYER GRAND WITH LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. ALSO, Piano Stools, Piano Stools: FOB SALE BY ED. HOEFSCHTX. AJEGER & Co. 79 1343-q Kmsr and Bethel Street. J. L. Practical House and paper hanging a specialty. No. 130 Fort St., 2651-q WAIALAE BREEDING RANCH Pedigrees of all BREEDING DEPARTMENT The following Fine Animals will stand for Service at the Ranch, Waialae: Well-bred Stallion "MARIN." Norman Stallion "CAPTAIN GROWL." Thoroughbred 8tol."MIDNIGHT." Two Native Stallions PILIAOAO" and "PRANK." A "WelKbred Kentuoky JACK. FATJX. K. 1314-ly GEO. W. THE WELL-KNOWN BUILDER, IS STILL IN TIIE FIELD AS A' CON tractor, and is now hotter prepared to do any and all kinds of work appertaining to contracting or any other class of work belonging to his trade, in the same good and workmanlike manner as heretofore ; having curtailed my shop expenses and still retain plenty of room to do any and all kinds of work appertain ing to the building trade that may be entrusted to my care. : 1 am enabled to do the same at very low rates, to suit the extremely dull times, and at the same time rearing in mind that what is worth doing Thanking the I 65 H. K. Mclntyre & Bro. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IS Groceries, Provisions and Feed BAST CORNER FORT AND KING 8TRBET8. New Uooda received by every packet from the EMiern 8tta and Earop freth California produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and uoods delivered to any part ot the city free of cbaree. Isu-nd orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Poatofflc Box No. V4 Telenhnn . an1a ' The Weekly Gazette and Daily P. C. Advertiser ARK TIIK LEADING I Vl'EJitS OK TIIK KINGDOM AND HAVE TJIE LARGEST CIRCULATION. MEYER, fee Painter. Honolulu. Horses Keut. ' SALE DEPARTMENT. FOR SALE: titallions of "Various Breeds. Glares with or without Foal XXoreies for any Purpose. BREAKING DEPARTMENT A Skilful : BREAKER and TRAINER is employed on the Ranch. Satisfaction is guaranteed in Breaking ISENBERG. 62-ly LINCOLN, at all is worth doing well. public for past favors, remain respectfully yours, GEO. W. LINCOLN. TBI H. MIS & CO Arrival of Blena?fe u 141 Days from Liverpool! LAHGK UA.rtGK OF New Goods Anchors, Chains, Cocoa Mats, Kettles, Sauce Fans, Fry Pans, Bedsteads, Fence Wire, , ' Rheathing Metal, Roofing Iron, Cane Knivep, Cutlery Sole Leather Trunks, : White Lead, Red Lead, Boiled Linseed Oil, ' ; Castor Oil, Belting, , Coal Tar, Water Tanks, ; Fire Brick, Red Brick, Alum, Red Ochre, Fire Clay, : Bags, Twine, x iiter uioin, Soap, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery, Flags, Rope Brushes, Croquet fcels, Dressing CaseM, Mirrors, Saddle Bridles, Felts, Whips, Spurs, Blankets, Sheeting, Dry Goods, MerinoB. Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Victoria Lawns, Mosquito Netting, Leggings, Laces, Ribbons, Hats, Helmets, Velvets, Embroidered Dresses, Flannel, Basket Trunks, Picnic Hampers, Rugs, Mats, Carpete, Clothing, Tweeds, Ginghams, -Hosiery, Kcarfi. Suitings in latest'styles, Underwear, Braces, Sofa Pillows. Gloves, Flouncing, Embroidery, Curtains, Table Napkins, Table Cloths, "Water-proof Coats, Artificial Flowers. Dust Cloaks, Fajami Suits, Fine Hosiery-Silk, Lisle, Cotton, Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Desert Sets, T7 rancy Urockery,' Common Crockery, "Wedgewood War. Vanes, Wicker Ware, Fancy Chairs, Hammocks, Tables, baskets. Umbrella Stands, Decanters, Salad Bowls, Mush Sets, Flower Pots, Filters, Ete.f Ete., Etc. Theo. E. Davies & Co 1 A 1313 79 q