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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISE!!, MAKCH S, 1893.
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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER
Be Juit and fer not;
Let 11 the end thou alm'at t be
Thy Country', thy God'. nd Truth'.
MARCH 8, 1893.
If The C. R. Bishop has returned
from an unsuccessful cruise in
search of the missing boat of the
bark Lady Lampson. A three
column account of the voyage, in
cluding a visit to the wreck, will
be found in another part of this
paper. That the expedition was
fruitless will be universally re
gretted, but no one will regret the
exertions which the Government
has put forth in the cause of hu
manity. Chaplain R. R. Hoes, of the
United States avy, leaves the
islands by the Alameda, en route
to Washington. In another col
umn will be found a complimen
tary letter to him from Prof. Alex
ander, which is self-explanatory.
The cordial expression of esteem
there contained has certainly been
well earned. Mr. Hoes is a born
antiquarian, and his services to the
Hawaiian Historical Society, of
which he was one of the founders,
have been of the greatest value.
He carries with him to Washing
ton the good wishes of many
friends, among whom the Adver
tiser would be counted.
The appointment of Henry E.
Cooper to the Circuit Court Judge
ship, made vacant by the promo
tion of Judge Frear, will be hailed
with satisfaction by all who desire
to see judicial positions filled by
men of ability, experience and pro
bity. This i?, beyond question, one
of the few conspicuously good ap
pointments made by the Adminis
tration. Mr. Cooper received his
legal education at one of the finest
law schools in the world that of
Harvard University and he was
admitted to practice at the Massa
chusetls Bar in 1879 at the same
time with Judge Whiting. Al
though a resident of this country
for only about three years, he has
from the beginning identified him
self with its interests, and he ren
dered it services during the trying
days of January, of the very great
est value. Mr. Cooper is a clear
headed lawyer and sound business
man, fitted both by nature and
training for judicial position, and
it is safe to predict that his career
as a Judge will be one of high use
fulness to the State.
COLBDRN AND THE TRIBUNE.
The New York Tribune of a late
date published the letter written
by John F. Colburn to J. H. Gan
of St. Louis. The letter was of
course written for publication. It
does not seem to have made
much impression, if one may judge
from the following editorial com
ment by the Tribune :
"NothiDg has yet been said by the
Queen's partisans which in any way
discredits the mission of the Ha
waiian delegates. The letter of John
F. Colburn, a member of the Cabinet
which resisted Queen Liliuokalani's
attempt to promulgate a new Consti
tution, but was dismissed from office
by the successful revolutionists after
refusing to join the movement to
abolish the monarchy, admits all the
facts hitherto declared by the dele
gates, insisting, merely, that the
Queen should be restored neverthe-.
less, and that ignorance and vice be
left alone to work out whatever re
sult in Hawaii they may naturally
have in store. Mr. Colburn labori
ously proves the Queen's fanaticism,
incompetency and tyranny, and then
he asks the Federal Government to
re-establish her authority. In all
essential respects his account of the
uprising agrees with that of the de
legates He differs ?ith them only
m that he recommends that the isl
ands be given over to fetichlam and
anarchy whnt ifcey urge a policy of
progress. It is plain that the dele
gates have given n report of the
situation at once full and exact, and
mat tuo rresident and Congress
must choose between an abandon
ment of th island, which will mean
their speedy degradation, the loss of
millions of American capital and
trade, and the final absorption of the
group by a European Power, on the
one hand, or annexation, enlightened
government, prosperity, richer com
merce and the possession of an incal
culably valuable naval outpost, on
The stand taken by the New
York Tribune has been from the
first a high one, and does great
credit to that paper. It has per
ceived clearly that the movement
in favor of annexation has been in
the interest of civilization and
moral progress, and that it was
rendered necessary by the condi
tions here existing. In this tend
ency of annexation is to be found
its supreme justification, rather
than in the merely material ad
vantages, great as these will un
doubtedly be. The ready percep
tion of these higher issuer on the
part of the Tribune is in marked
contrast with the attitude of the
New York Evening Post, which,
hough in possession of all of the
same facts, yet remained hopelessly
obtuse to them all.
DEPARTURE OF MR. UOES.
He is Complimented by the His
i torical Society.
Chaplain R. R. Hoes, who has
been tne iaitnlui and zealous Li
brarian of the Hawaiian Historical
Society since its organization, ex
pects to leave on the Alameda, for
wasnington. His resignation as
-w e we e . e
librarian elicited the following ex
change of letters, which will be
bund of interest :
Hawaiian Histobical Society, ?
Honolulu, March 7th, 1893. )
Rev. R. R. Hoes, Dear Sir: I have
the pleasure of informing you that at
. It TT TT i 1
a meeting ox ine Hawaiian Historical
Society, held on the 6th inst., I was
directed to convey to you the regrets
of the society for your resignation of
the office of librarian, and its cordial
thanks for tne important services
which yon have rendered both in the
organization of the Society and in
. ii i i
tne collection oi its extensive ana
valuable library of books and pamph
lets relating to these islands and to
Polynesia in general.
Our best wishes for your future
success and nappmess win go with
yon, and we hope that as correspond-
a 11 mm
ing memoer you win continue to inr-
ther the objects in which you took so
deep an interest when here.
i remain laumcuiy yours,
W. D. Alexaxpek,
Honolulu, March C, 1893
To the Board of Managers and Mem
bers of the Hawaiian Historica
Gentlemen: Unexpected tidings
of a private nature received las
week render it imperative that '.
should leave by Thursday's steamer
for the United States. I am there
fore reluctantly compelled to resign
my double position as member of
the Board of Managers and librarian
of this society, which I hereby do, to
take eflect at once.
It is not necessary that I should
remind my co workers of the Board
of the great value of the Historica
library which our united efforts have
enabled us to form, nor of the nn
portance of still further bnilding
up and developing its usefulness. I
shall always retain a warm interes
in the career of our Historical So
ciety, and shall be ready at all times
to do everything in my power in the
United btates to promote its inter
ests. I remain, gentlemen, with
high esteem, very respectfully yours,
Roswell Randall Hoes.
"The Brief History."
Owing to a big demand for the
"Brief History of the Hawaiian
Revolution," the Gazette Company
has printed a second edition. It
contains everything up to date re
garding the overthrow of the
monarchy, including the raising
of the stars and stripes on the
Government building. It can be
had at this office or at the news
dealers. Send a copy to your
Booked to Leave.
The following persons are booked
at the office of Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
to leave on the Alameda for San
Mrs. Leavitt, J P. Smith, wife,
daughter and maid, A. Van Winkle
and wife, M. J. Lawrence and wife,
Mr. Gibbons, A. M. Stewart, J. W.
Ernst, N. Versteg, Miss Laura F.
Glenn, E. W. Hebard, Rev. K. R.
Hoes, U. S. X., W. L. Higgins, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Goldthwait, Miss
M. C. Goldthwait.
ine illustrated Tourists Guide
That popular work, "The Tourists
UCIDB iHKOUGH THE HAWAIIAN ISL
ANDS," is meeting with a steady sate
both at home and abroad. Tourists and
others visiting these islands should b
in possession of a copy of it. It is a per
fect mine of information relating to too
scenes and attractions to be met with
here. Copies in wrappers can be had at
he publication office, 46 Merchant
street, and at the News Dealers. Price
For second hand furniture go to
the I. X. L. on the corner of King
and Xuuanu streets.
Have your magazine files bound
nt the Gazette Office.
BY JAS. r. MO KG AX.
On Wednesday, Mar. 8
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, I will sell at
TWO VERY DESIRABLE
On the corner of Kewalo Street and
and Wilder Avenue.
Lot A has a frontage of 134 ft. on Wilder
Avenue and 309.63 on Kewalo Street.
Lot B has a frontage of 134.17 ft. on
Wilder Avenue and is 309 ft. deep.
A good chance to purchase before the
fiP"For further particulars, apply to
Jas. J Morgan,
This Day, March 8th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I will sell at Public Auction, at my
BOOKS I ACCOUNTS
of the Firms of
Tom Gow & Co .
.Ah. Yet & Co.
Tas. E Morgan,
By i. J. LEVEY.
.A.t .Auction I
I am instructed by Mr. HARRY F.
LEWIS to sell at Public Auction at his
Residence, Beretania street, near Piikoi
This Day, March 8th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
The Whole of his Household Furniture
and Effects, consisting of
Two Elegant Antique BedroKii Sets
2 Elegant Antique Bedroom Sets and
Cheffoniers, 1 B W Bedroom Set, I Oak
and 1 B W Wardrobe, Hair and Spring
v.'attresses, Chandeliers and Lamps,
Fine Large and 8m ill Rugs
Rattau Chairs and Tables, Supfeiior Bed
Lounge, 1 B W and 1 Oak Extension
Dining Table, B W Dining Chairs, up
holstered in leather ; 16th Century Oak
Chairs, Bronze Ornaments, Occasional
and Curd Tables, Portieres,
Antique Oak Sideboard
China Clo.et, Lace Curtains and Poles,
ice unesr, Meat bate, urockery, Plated
Ware, Cutlery, Glassware, 1 Fischer
Steel Cooking Range, Cooking Utensils,
Lawn Mower, Step Ladder, Garden Hose
and Tools, etc. ; also,
1 SADDLE.PONY, SADDLE & BRIDLE
Family Horse, Buggy and Harness.
Lewis J. J
With the bountiful ad
vertising this country is
getting throughout the world,
the "Poi Cocktail" comes in
for a share. The impression
formed by newspaper writers
in the East leads one to
believe that the cocktail
is suited only for the man who
has had a "ia." Ihis
is erronious, because it is
an excellent thing for people
whose stomachs become
weak from any cause. Sea
sickness makes weak digestive
organs and causes a
revulsion to food. In such
cases Taro Flour thinned
with water is the ODly
m . m
jAsk your- grocer for
Letterheads, billheads, receipt
nooKf, shipping receipts and com
raercial printing at the Gazette
E. 0. Hall & Son, L'd.
From Liverpool A lot of
For Sale in Quantities to Suit !
ALSO ALWAYS ON HAND
IN lOO-LB. BAGS
For sale bv the bag or in
lots of from one to twenty-
This Salt is made at the
Kakaako Salt Works, situ
ated east of Honolulu, from
clean ocean water, which is
evaporated in about 600 ponds
laid out in the mathematical
order, supplied from about
fifty storage ponds, all kept
in the most perfect order.
The above sold at a reduced
price by .
E. 0. HALL & SON
AGENTS FOR THE
Kakaako Salt Works
Mliam Well Co
Our last talk with you was
about Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary
Underclothing. We hope you
have taken our advice and
commenced to profit by it
We have another subject to
discuss with you to-day. The
cut at the head of this will
show you that our remarks
will be on time.
You are not perhaps aware
that we are the A gents of the
American Waltham Watch Co.
of Waltham, Mass. We have
been such for many years and
keep constantly on hand a
large assortment of Time
Pieces of this company's make.
In fact we make a specialty of
their goods and handle none
of any other make,
Let us tell you something
about this famous Watch Co.:
Established in 1854 at Wal
tham, Mass., the pioneer of
American Watch Co.'s, with a
daily capacity of 2000 Move
ments, 500 Gold cases and
1000 Gold filled, Silver and
Metal casesj and in the mak
ing and sale of these, employ
ment is given to about 4000
Big concern aint it? We
carry a big assortment of their
goods; all sizes and grades.
Come and see what we can
do for you before purchasing
elsewhere. We have Open face
and Hunting cases in Gold and
Silver Pendant, Lever Setting,
and non-magnetic movements.
In these days of common use
of generators of electricity,
your Watch should be non
magnetic to secure accuracy in
lgWe guarantee all our
Watches to keep good time.
We have in our employ a relia
ble watchmaker and can repair
watches of any make with ac
curacy and dispatch and at the
most reasonable prices.
Received by the S. S. Belgic
a large invoice of
Also Large Line of Chinese Goods!
black, navy and light blue, red and other in
hand made ; CrapJ Silk Shawls, all siz f hSS I mSl nk rt Pf eeKSl k, Tldet9.
hand; embroidered and lettered IlandkeVcS A to5fTmbldeTl bf
for dressos and Mosquito Nets and .mbSdhiti itndkeXYr CUh
Pajamas in Silk Pongee and Cotton
An excellent line of Chinese Vases, plain and in colore and toilet sets of the 6nest
vl n als? "eiveJ a large invoice of choice Chinese Teas ; mifu carved
W ood Boxes of different varieties and sizes and sandal wood Fani. We aKarrv
allndT C,er.' OtiferK
PROF. UK. G.
I herewith appoint MR. M. GOLDBERG, Agent for the sale of my
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing in the
Stuttgart, the 19th of September,
$0rigiMl to be Seen in my
I certify herewith that I have
Stuttgart, the sole authority for the manufacture of Sanitary Underclothing
after my system both at home and abroad. I recognize, as genuine, only
the Sanitary Underclothing made by
stamped in blue with the trade mark
my signature underneath. Beware of imitation.
Signed. PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Every piece of Dr. Jaeger's Underwear is stamped with the maker's
NONE GENUINE without this mark.
ftGT" A full assortment of Dr. (. Jaeger's Underclothing just receiv
ed and for sale by
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets, - HONOLULU.
The Pacific Hardware Co.
FOKT STREET, - - HONOLULU.'
JUST It HO F.I VK I)
Leather Belting and Uce Leather !
of Very Superior Quality. An Invoice of
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
To Complete our Line of Sizes.
SAND PAPER, EMERY CLOTI1 SACKS
aiJNT 1ST A. EL PULLERS
TURNER'S SNIPS AND SHEARS,
Egg Beaters, Cork
SCRUB BRUSH 133,
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE
Ciears ! Cigars ! Cigars !
THE BEST MANILAS EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET. WE HAVE
PUT THE PRICES WITHIN REACH OF ALL.
$3.50 to $5.00
& HO., Nuuann Suvet.
PROF. DR. G. JAEGEK.
given to WM. BENGEU'S SONS.
the original appointees which are
of Win. Willia n Benger's Sons and
AWLS AND TOOLS,
Screws, Can Openers !
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
109 Fort Street.