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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, NOVEMBER 27, 1891.
THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR. THE LIBERAL PARTY
Hawaiian Hardware Co,, I'd.
(T AOY. 1.
-m. Nov. 9.
Wilcox Denounces the Mechan
ics' Union and the Hui
There will be a special service in
Kanmakapili Church on Saturday
morning at 11 o'clock by the Ha- ttj, A.W jSoi.
waiian Y. M. G. A.'s in observance of
J. T. Waterhouse
During the past year Hono-
Gv Nov. 15.
TT AOV. wii,
L Last Qu'rfr.
To Observe Independence
PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER
SIX-PAGE EDITION Palaliand J. W. Kualaku apppointed
in their stead.
Sunday evening at Brito's hall, ii i ot, Kon inflated with OC
f o :il ,i t." : I ncio iu-v- ...
Elder Haws will preach. Subject: casional visits from " tramp
"What works, if any, are necessary I rtrroennnjpnk who fill that
to be saved in the Kingdom of Uod." Wi
. : . v port on of their anatomy usu-
Prayer meeting for men in the 1. r . , . ,
M.G.A. Parlors to-night at 7:30 p. m. ally allotted to brains witn
Topic: "What to do what to avoid." A c j:r:n of sfTnirs
Hon. J. E. Bush pre- xieierence, i ximomy, cuap. o. vu -
minutes of the previous auu jouus aro weitumo. iicre anu uicn unuuiuui
Lecture tonight at Brito's hall, selves in the columns ot any
Elder Haws will discuss the subject, a tht w:ii oav tnem at
"Is or has the Bible, as now com- PaPer tftat wm PaJ " . .
piled, ever been a sufficient rule of so much per line. The visits
acuon (0 any religion. of hese feows are to be de.
plored, though, to the people
The Armory on Queen street was
again crowded with people on Thurs
day evening, trie occasion Delng a
meeting held by the National Lib
meeting were adopted. Messrs. Ho-
loua and Mauliawa, being also mem
bers of the executive committee of
the Hui Kalaiaina, begged to be ex
pused from serving on the .Liberal
Partv's committee, and Mesrss. K.
G01ES, THE JEWEli
McINERNY BLOCK, FORT STREET,
Having just arrived from the States after personally qoVnfi ,
GOODS, suitable for the IslanSs, faw1S5La.
customers and the public generally, at price! it?-ffer h
wo reacu 01 ail, the m
Latest Holiday Goods 1 Novelj
Just Received, ex Australia,
The services of the Second Con-
. Be Just and fear not;
Let all the ends thou alm'st at be
Thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's.
The President announced that he gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral wt.0 p on neaceful Hawaii, Gold
had received an invitation from the 0n Sunday will be as follows: 9:45 a. . . c t?J.
President of the Hui Kalaiaina invit- mo; nrnvr with sermon, their writings savor ot there- Kea
, cj a r i
ing the National Liberal Party to s' . , .P .j t hvmns j i
jofn the Hui Kalaiaina and the Me- gpeal anthem and Advent hymns dlculouS-
nriu ti i ( w it ti in iii ?v iiLLiun i.cicuia" 1
NOV. 27, 1891. and
m. evensong wun sermon
r.u"u3BT .1 T,r';?, . Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. All
nt Thomas Kouare next saiuraav. are uoruiaiiy iuvilcu.
also that Hons. J. roawahi. K.
A few weeks ago, according
to one ot these tramps, we
VITH tho permission of the
public, which wo are sure will be
kindly given, the Advertiser pro
xy. Wilcox. D. W. Pua, W. White,
and himself were requested to make
Hon. Jos. Nawahi said that the in
vitation came too late and it was im-
nossible for them to prepare orations
worthy of the occasion. They must
hfi careful of what they say on that
Removal of-stock of the PaciGc were on the verge of a revo
lution. We like to be in time
for everything it don't make
any difference whether its soup,
dessert or a fracas. If there's
going to be a revolution you'll
The Pacific Hardware Co. have
removed their goods from Mclnerny
Silver, Silk and Chenille Cords;
Real Lace Handkerchiefs;
Etching, Rope and other Silks ;
Pompons of all Colors and Styles;
LINEN, SILK and
KIP G LOVES.
posea to take a holidav with the
rest of tho world and honor Ha- day for any hurried expressions they ftan to the second floor of their
resi- oi mo woria, ana nonor iia- tg woul1 make them targets for
waiian Independence. There will ridicule. The present Ministry is New Building, and are as rapidly as , fi urpvp
.-.'i. n.-.LJneo-otiatinff a treaty with the great 6 . want tire arms. Wevegot
um;uiu,u6i u uu puper puuiwoeu R- W1 America that will wipe possible putting the stock in shape. f, d oarticularlv ad
bv this office on Satnrdav. Th iXrww. Tav out of existence, r mem now ana particularly aa
public shall note ventually bo the However, if it is your desire to have
x j " w . nna rT tho nro f ATM HT1 t h !1 1. tl:VV.
Diamonds and Other Precious Sto
SET IN RINGS, EARRINGS, PINS, ETC., TO t
GOLD AND SILVER W A Tor
Suitable for Ladies and Gents ; the Handsomest evpr . I
this Kingdom, including Split Seconds, Stop WatchSf j
e Clocks, SouvenirSpoons,GarterB
NOVELTIES IN CRYSTAL AND AGATE JEWELRY I
Handsome Silver Plated Ware, Et
GJ"Call and inspect mv Goods. Satisfaction guaranteed I
2909-2m J. E. GOMES, McInerxy Block, Fort!
losers, as we promise our readers
to give them all the news and per-
naps a little more, in our next
Under the constitution of Ha
waii tho people have one day in
two years in which to express with proceeding.
authority their opinion or judg
ment. This is election day. In a
little over two months the popular
voice will be heard. The efforts
to mould or influenco this expres
sion of public opinion generally
wax more strenuous as election
day approaches. Already several
parties have entered the field. So
far nothing has been heard from
the Reform Party. In spite of a
great deal of noise, of crimination
and recrimination, it is safo to
assert that tho great body of the
people have but a single object,
which is, the future well-being and
prosperity of Hawaii. How that,
shall ho boot secured causes the
division into parties and factions.
The issues before tho nation are
comparatively few. They aro in
brief: Shall the Constitution be
amended? Shall class legislation
be authorized? Shall relations with
tho United States be made closer?
What can be done to avert impend
ing ruin from the great industry of
the nation? How can tho general
commercial situation bo improved?
How shall tho expense of govern
ment bo reduced to correspond with
In general theso few points cover
all of tho issues before tho people.
They must be discussed and all
possible light thrown upon them
from every point of view. Wher
ever there is freedom of speech,
public discussion is tho great edu
cator, and the Press is tho greatest
medium of communication between
the people. Such discussion is in
vited through tho columns of the
Advertiser. Tho strongest argu
ment on questions of public policy
deals with principles and not with
persons. Often times, however,
public officers are on trial, then the
matter is personal.
" We are supposed to be a peace
ful nation," writes Colonel Theo
dore A. Dodge, the well-known
authority on Military subjects, in
the October Forum, " but wo have
had our fair share of strife, foreign
and domestic. Since the Involu
tion there have been wars with
England and with Mexico, with
Tripoli and Algiers ; broils with
Paraguay and Corea, and a gigantic
civil war ; rumors of war with
France, England, Spain and Italy.
There have been tho John Brown
raid, the Barnburner and Fenian
raids to Canada, many incursians
across the Mexican border, and the
filibustering expeditions to. Cuba
and .Nicaragua. We have had the
Whiskey and Shays rebellions;
the election, draft, railroad, recon
struction, and sundry serious riots;
we have had well on to two hundred
deadly Indian fights and many
awful massacres. We have lost
more men in active war since 1776
than any nation in Europe. This
is a startling record for a peaceful
The Hawaiian Gazette Co. has
just finished a large number of text
books to be shipped to the South
Sea Islands on the Morning Star.
An edition of 1000 arithmetics, 1000
primers, 500 geographies, all in the
Gilbert Island language, and 500
hymn books in the Ponapean lan
guage will be sent,
me as one of the orators on that day,
I will accent with pleasure.
Hon. R. W. Wilcox spoke as fol
lows: We must excuse the ignorance
of the President of the Hui Kalaiaina.
He is old and uneducated, and, there
fore, his will is weak. We have been
insulted bv the Hui Kalaiaina and
the Mechanics' Union. They have
met and arranged a programme for
Tndenendence Dav. and we were not
reDresented at that meeting. This is
a most disgraceful and humiliating
But as .President Kanoo-
ne. is innuencea dv tne luecnanics-
Union, and as his intentions are hon
est, we must bear the insult lightly,
and excuse his error. We must lay
the whole weight of our disapproval
of this breach of etiquette on the Me
chanics' Union. They are undermin
ing us; they have worked against our
interests dunnir the last .Legislature.
Do not associate yourselves with
them: they are working for their own
personal enas, not xor tne nation.
Their leaders were the very men who
worked against your interests. They
have invited the Hui Kalaiaina to a
luau at Ewa next Saturday. Their
object is to win the delegates of the
iui Kaiaiaina on tneir siae, anu in
fluence them to vote for their candi
dates. They think delegates of the
Hui Kalaiaina are fools. A certain
hackman, who hates Hawaiians, and
who spends sleepless nights debauch
ery, is engaged in this base scheme.
The Mechanics' TTnion is a hitter
A portion of their New Goods apted to such a revolution as
for the Holidays have been received, we are going to have. They're
and more are expected immediately, called Cadet Rifles and shoot
when a regular opening will take hl"nk cartridges. They are
place. In the meantime they will be
pleased to have their friends visit
the upstairs Sales and Art Rooms.
BIT J. F. MORGAN.
enemy of the Hawaiians. President
Kahoonei has not foresight enough Qn FRIDAY, Nov. 27lh,
By order of S. E. PIERCE, Commis
sioner appointed by Hon. A. F. Judd,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, to
SELL certain Real Property of the Estate
ot tne late A. bu int uit. Deceased, l will
Sell at Public; Auction, on the premises, anf1 a fhnf enrt rf tViJnrr "Rlii
corner of Merchant and Richard streets, ail rnac sorc OI tning- rSllie
used in the States by young
men learning to drill and that's
what most of. the boys will do
with them here. They are
built light and shoot a 32 cal.
blank cartridge breech load
ing and everything about them
is of the most modern pattern.
They have bayonets on them
the proper size to jab one of
those correspondents with.
Your boy will want one the
minute he sets eyes on them.
He'll find them just the thing
for firing Christmas salutes.
We've also received a lot of
Sure-enough Fire Arms. New
style revolvers hammerless
A Large Assortment of
Wood and Ivory Knitting Pins ;
Knitting Silks in all Colors
Latest Styles of Hand-Painted and
RIBBONS ! R i BBON8
Special Bargains in Eibbd
'1ST. S. SACHS'
m . .
IVi iORT bTREET, HOBOLDLI
RIBBONS OF EVERY DESOMPTIO
CC7"Ladies doing Fancy Work for the Holidays will do well hv OToJ
stock. J aiui
All Silk, Satin Edge, Watered Rill
No. 5 for 65 cents a bolt ;
No. 7 for 90 cents a bolt ;
No. 9 for $1.25 a bolt.
No. 12 for $1.25 a holt.
Xxl-E JTUl'LJ.L.AK M1JLL.1JNEKY HO
Eider Down Pillows and
Leather and Silk Belts.
Purses, Satchels and Hand Bags.
Stamped Linen Tidies,
Sideboard and Bureau Scarfs;
Doylies, Etc., for Etching.
done in secrecy. Regard the
Mechanics' Union as bitter foes
to eternity. Do not march out
together to Thomas Square with
them on Independence Day. They
have neither love for you nor for our
country. This is not America's or
France's Independence Day that they
should force themselves to have a
voice in its celebration. They believe
that we won the last election through
them. That's an idle dream. It was
the shedding of the innnocent blood
of those seven men on the 30th of
July, 1889, that roused the people to
vote for us. mat gave us tne day,
and not the Mechanics' Union. How
many of the Mechanics' candidates
had remained true to us? None ex
cepting Hon. A. Marques. The
Mechanics' Union are office-seekers.
They do not want Hawaiians to bo
elected to offices of trust. No, they
wish them to be cantoneers. Ap
plause. They cannot prosper in their
own country, jno, tney snau aie ig
nominious deaths. Applause. The
Mechanics' Union are strangers and
they are on the same level with the
Chinese. I Applause. 1 we snail hold
a meeting at Palace Square next Sat
urday evening at 7 o'clock, and we
shall then attempt to unveil currup
tions of government officials. Pro
Mr. Bush wished to be excused
from taking part in the celebration of
Independence Day. as that is his
sabbath and he considers spiritual
affairs of prime importance and
Messrs. Wilcox, Nawrahi, Pua and
White were chosen orators of the day
and a meeting at Thomas Square on
Saturday morning at 10:30 was ar
ranged, after which the meeting ad
A.t 12 o'clock Noon,
Situated on said Property.
Wilds of Colorado.
2? Buildings to be Removed within
Ten Days from date of sale.
Jas. F Morgan,
Also, to delight the youngsters' hearts,
a large assortment of
By order of S. E. Pierce. Esq., Commissioner
appointed by the Honorable A. F. Judd, Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court, to sell certaiu
real property of the Estate of the late A. Bolster.
I will sell at Public Auction at my salesrooms
Queen Street, Honolulu
On Saturday, Dec. 19,
AT 12 OLOCK NOON,
the property of said Estate situated on
MERCHANT & RICHARD STS.,
as follows :
Lotl. feet frontage on Merchant St. 82
to 100 ft. deep.
Lot 2. 62 feet on Richard St. 62 feet on
Lot 3. 45 feet on Richard St. 120 feet deep
Lot 4. 45 " 120 "
Lot 5. 4314 71 to 75 ft. deep
Lot6. 43K" " " " 69 to 71 ft. deep.
A Ghost Story.
Mr. Casey had been to market
Some boys had concocted a plot to
"scare his wits out," and so, when he
was passing a churchyard, on the
lonely country road, there was pre
sented to his gaze the usual scooped
turnip and candle, at the top of a
broom and white sheet, accompanied
by unearthly groan9 and a rattling
1 : tI - r 1.1 .
ui cuaius. xuu iur. uasey aid not
fly in terror, as expected, for he
stopped, and, taking off his hat,
said: "Might I make so bould as to
inquire if its a general resurrection,
or are ye jist bavin' a walk roun' by
The above story reminds us of the
fact that the goods Mr. Sproull is
showing in his store are not resur
rected from last year's stock, but are
all new goods of the latest designs.
The ladies all say that his silk and
linen goods are beautiful !
NE RED MARE 22 SHOD ON FRONT
only. Please return to 69 Alapai street, A.
Lucca. Reward offered. 2929-3t
iOO It. 45ft: 45 It.
. r '
W S g
C2.4 45 ft. C2 ft.
H as ft. 35 ft.
g 43.4 43.3
3?-Terms Cash, U.S. gold coin.
Deeds at purchasers expense.
For farther particulars apply to
S. E. PIERCE, Commissioner, or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
CALL AT THE CITY MEAT MAR
ket and see the Regan Vapor En
gine at work. It is a little wonder.
and Nickel-plated barrels, as X'MAS CARDS,
you preler. liiese are the
vu.vuamauc. phot(X Frame3:
So many of the followers of Rocky Mountain Flowers from the
Isaac Walton have recent
ly called on us for fishing
tackle that we decided some
time ago to get a supply of
the very things they need to
land the festive tilua or the
Our hooks run from the No.
1 2 about the size of a small
bent pin to one large enough
to hook a shark. The lines
run from a No. 151 to 159 in
linen strong and long; and in
cotton from a No. 00 to a No.
We will sell you a single
line or enough to catch all the
fish in the sea.
The building boom that
Honolulu is now experiencing
has created an additional de
mand for mason's stone ham
mers. We've been a little
short of them. The " Martha
Davis" brought us a lot that
look to be the best ever used
by a mason. These are made
with teeth and are finished in
in every way.
" Cleanliness is next to God
liness!" Do you use soap?
Perhaps you've not noticed as
you enter our store that the
odor of sweet scented posies
pervades the air. Its from the
Soap counter on your right.
The choicest grades of one of
the best manufactories in the
State Colgate & Co. The
name is as well known as
" Pear's " and their soaps are
a little better. We have or
dinary brown soap, too !
Of which the following form a small
- ROCKING HORSES,
Dolls of All Kinds,
Including EDISON'S Famous
We also have a new lot of
CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES. IN TOYS,
per Bark Albert, now discharging.
PURE FRUIT M SHIS
ON DRAUGHT EXCLUS I Vi
At the Soda Fountain of
BENSON, SMITH &
See our assortment of
Queen Street Store.
A Complete Line of
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
27" We also have a Large Assort-
NEW GOODS at the
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., L'D,
(Opp. Spreckels' Block),
QUEEN STREET STORK.
J. T. Waterhouse
100 Fort St., :
just received bv last Australia
a Complete Line of
THE FAMOUS DENT GLO
in All Sizes and Qualities.
Tan Colored Sac Driving Gloves, 75 c. per pair.
Drab Colored Sac Driving Gloves, Extra Fine, $1.25.
8-Button Suede, in all Shades and Size.
8-Button Glace in a Variety of Shades.
5-Button Tan and Black Glace.
Evening Gloves in all Shales, 16 and 24 Button.
Gent's 2-Butlon, white, Grey and Pearl.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,
Fort Street. Honolulu.
1 I 1 jit
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.After an in,I,1,; ii
ounce om.t of leir faille
anyf tlu nqtnrenier. s
... .iliire. iiiale on er
V. .... ;,.i uil leep
and your ioc -
than anylMnp ntw
this market. 1
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01 iihji . - 'iflCn. if
in I'M'i; --..
vihohavt en 11
VJB can trttihy-
The EDDY Refrigerators and Ice Chests, of Ji ncu -
Thpv arA nl.lin . wen U,U"T,
The WHITE MOUNTAIN ICK Om1
sold hundreds, are generally known wffi TbeSe are U
hand from a large invoice just received from the factory.
Pat igsrWe keep reliable goods and sell at reasonable prices.