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, JDA11.Y PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AOVERTI8E1J, JULY 12. 1893.
THE WORLD'S FAIR A DISSERTATION OX DAILY expexses. . Details For Personal Comfort. Novel rian of Caring Children. fur Visitor's 1 Special to tub Advertiser. 1 Chicago, June 27. The World's Fair being the most interesting topic of the day in the United States is being commented upon in every conceivable style. The impression , . . e incauuouny uu- uy BUuio the leading journals, that extortion- ate charges are the cause of dissatis- faction, is misleadine to say the t . ... e : The great cities of Amer ca can afford most anything to be desired, and if one comes to Chicago, or in fact, visits anywhere in the United States with the expectation of being robbed he need not be disap pointed. Barnum says the Amer icans "like to be humbugged, and it will prove true of anyone who meets with more than a reasonable expense in a trip to the World's Fair. The railroad companies have done the least towards facilitating and encouraging in the important question of how can people of lim ited means afford to see this won derful exhibition. The cut rates now being made will somewhat lessen that difficulty. Hotels within a few minutes walk of the grounds offer rates from $2.50 up wards per day on the American plan, and from $1 to $3 per day on the European plan, Lodgings can be obtained in frame houses for 50 and 75 cents per night and you mnv ramn nut under a tent for 25 cents. lioaru can oe naa ai me same 1 A A 1 I j-tn a no 1 1 r a a - i w ; i i i ii ii i i' i i i. i Fhe best places; hiweVer; being street telling everybody of the a! Drtrot;0Q throned with imna- leered killing. Hack Inspector cam OUu,vuu,w - - r, - tient fair goers the service will hardly bear praise. The hotels in Chicago proper, simply, maintain rates which are consistent with the accommoda- f frm TPnnired and duriner the Fair 1 . - . season will raase no concessions ... 1 " make no concessions in transient rate3. There is little ?to irQf in tminir to and from Van mv - r . Buren street to the Fair grounds, fare ten cents each way, on the Ilii- Central railroad direct ex- r e a 4 I nrpsq. Aianv wavs ci irauspuna tion to and from the Fair grounds are provided, and some may prefer taking up quarters in the main : nit xt la in nil i stvles. and at any desired cost, are r.ii.niArl within thft orounds and refreshments of every sort are with- in rPflfh nf the most careful. Wheeled chairs can be obtained with a cuide for 75 cents per hour, . t i r a l 1, I or should you oe lonuuw iuBu W nave bumc mcuv j I little carnage along, you will need to pay but forty cents per hour. ea gumy ; nneu r j aim tusta. states did not spread the bag to re Lieht but strong portable chairs Kahahana, larceny of vest, val- ceive the pear; it is hanging there yet are rented from numerous stands for ten cents per day, proving a most valuable convenience to the footsore and weary. The admission being fifty cents, there is no further cost excepting through the interesting scenes of the Midway PJaisance. Admission prices from ten to fifty cents are charged by the various enterprises, which summed up amount to about $8.00. The intermural railway system is a great convenience in going to and from extreme points of the grounds : fare ten cents, or all the way around tor twenty cenis. Packages will be cared for at the msinv offices for that purpose, the charge being ten cents a day for each package. A novel feature is the care of children, who may be left with nurses in the children's building, and will be cared for and amused in a most satisfactory man ner. Every toy that could be thought of is provided ; each child being labeled, and a tag held by the owner, which is a receipt for the precious little package until reclaimed. Suffice to say there has been every provision possible for the accommodation for the expected immense attendance which has not yet reached the estimated 250,000 a day. The first thought that strikes the average person might, if ex pressed, be " what a feast for eyes." Where to commence needs only to be answered by ycur most intense interest. The names of the build ings will lead you to gratify your ambition, or taking you far beyond will excite an interest in progress that fascinates, and is an educa tion to be gained in no other way in the same length of time. Scarcely anyone who has enough money saved up to take them to this most wonderful display of en terprise and genius, brought vividly into contrast with earlier days, can afford to miss this chance of a lifetime. It is to the writer's mind worth double, or as much more as may be made of the advantage, what it may cost to see the World's Fair oflS03. ' To fray it will nay one 13 not doing the intelligence of our read ers justice : to eee is but to realize the force of such a statement. The ambulance svstera is not to be overlooked. Ho matter how sngnt an accident mav oe me cause, or a sudden illness render immediate care necessary, but to give a signal will call in a few mo ments a conveyance, and Et the hospital or building for public comfort the sufferer will be cared lor by trained nurses ana receive treatment that can not be too highly praised. Columbian guards are at every turn, whose principal duties are to preserve order and contribute di rections to the lnouirer. A more courteous corp3 could not be em- plove(i nor is'there hardlv a que tion with regard to the fair that can be asked without a satisfactory aner being tne result. I The post office is in the United states Government building, but letters may be mailed at any of the many boxes for the purpose The Western Union and Postal I telegraph systems have several. I stations, and the public telephone . fa ' gerv-ce . . o'f lhU nicknamed "White City." A well-planned fire system pro- vides an almost absolute guarantee against any serious results troin an outbreak. Provision is made for every pos- and the affairs in connection are carried on in a business-like way with evident discipline. Hawaiian toukist. FALSE RUMOR That More Men Had Been Killed at Kalalau. Soon after the departure of the steamer Claudine yesterday alter- m noon, a report was circulated on Merchant street that the schooner Liholiho had arrived from lvi'ai, bringing the news that two more of the soldiers at Kalalau had been shot by Koolau. It was not long before everybody down town had heard of the story. " . Ta wi, nam a nn Fnrt. . " . At - , 1 ,1 Macy was one oi uiose whu jicam the story and he mounted his horse and galloped hastily to the station house to inform Police Captain R. W. Parker of the rumored fatality. Captain Parker was greatly sur- pnsea ai mc news, uui m utun y n r anrc r l n nri i pr iri I i... t ; I piwcu at v ; saiisiy mmseu, no went at uutc w the office of the 1. 1. to. IN. vo. at .. , . i.i.i j iu.x the wnan, wnere ne jearncu uiau the schooner naa not; yei arriveu. Uaptain Jti. n. ierry, oi uie T ,V.-kl,V- nrhn Ii a a hppn I n 1 ri nn i' with the grippe during the past three weeks, heard the story, and hastened to tne wnari io bcu m scuooner. uui wu uauuumicu. Captain Berry expects the Liho- liho in from Makaweli with.a cargo of sugar this morning " uisinci ion. Titesday. July 11. ' " Ah Kin u and batt on tr n,.f.,ln,Uo,1- "" l'n ... i i n i rr i f tit- a-. I 4Sf Kll nnott rr V tnff Snnff I ucuiiM'i.UU)l;iUpii; v, ""&"'t5 Chan. Defendant was found guilty a A n ua ,'mnr enno f hard labor for ten days, and to pay $1 costs. Daniel Mendoza, vagrancy in Honolulu during three months last past, remanded till Wednes day. One drunk was lined Jf and costs $1. Six cases were re manded. Scarcity of Water. It was learned yesterday that the present long, dry spell is threatening the water supply of Honolulu. Inquiry at the proper department confirmed the report. Minister King and Mr. Andrew- Brown of the water works both stated that unless great care was exercised by those irrigating yards, gardens, etc., the water supply now on hand would soon run short. The officers in charge call attention to the necessity of obey ing the regulations and hours for irrigating from this time on. Government Land Sale. Chief Clerk Hassinger held a land sale yesterday at noon at the executive building. The sale com prised three peices of government land, viz. : 1. Aleamai, containing 79.7 acres, upset price $lo0; 2. Aleamai, containing 18.S acres, upset price $94 ; 3. Alakahi and Mokuoniki, containing 511 acres, upset price $500. The three peices were knocked down to the Hilo "C1C " . . . Sugar Company at the upset prices. Not Related. Lieut. G. W. R. King, in com mand of the military expedition at Kalalau, is not related to Corporal T. King, who left on Monday after noon with ten more soldiers by the steamer Iwalani. POLITICIAN'S I'LEt. RO YA II ST XELMAXX GIVES TUE PROVISIONAL GOV ERXMEXT ADVICE. He Is i:viilently Tired of Not Being: la It. The following article appeared in Tuesday's Bulletin : Hon. S. B. Dole, Dear Sir The situation in the Hawaiian islands is unsatisfactory and complaints are loud on all sides. To trade, and the wearing; strain upon me. mum aim patience or the peo ple; anyhow, it is thought that re moving the existing uncertainty of our condition will abolish those evils. The people of the islands have remained in conservative expectancy. i-ven t ose who are not wildly en thusiastic in favor of annexation willingly credit to the party at whose head you stand an honest pur pose to l.eneht all the people of this country by their policy. Why, however, this delay in positive ac tion? This letter is addressed to vou. firstly, because you have assumed all responsibility by assuminir the leadership of your party; secondly, because a number of people, though not content with the state of affairs, yet give a tacit support to the Pro visional government because they have enn tide ucu in your character. uisposmon, integrity and ability. . . . ..... iiut ineir iauu in your strength uuu 111 your courage 10 uo what is ju--t and right is wavering. JLeaving aside certain obiection- aoie acts ot your party objection aide because they were certainly un necessary and presumably impolitic such as the childish interference with the band, the absurd military bill and others, the people acqui esced in your leadership and in the direction of public business by your colleagues and by the advisory council. Because the people confide in your honesty nothing has been done to impede your course of action or to thwart your policy. Is, how ever, the present condition to con tinue indefinitely ? Do you, do your colleagues, does the council, and do your partisans believe that a government established under the circumstances uuder which this government was created a gov ernment existing without, I will not S:iy against, the consent of the Ha waiian people, can be permanenily maintained? This, you know, is not probable,- it is not possible; an at tempt to shape your action to accord with such a belief may be fraught with very serious, perhaps, danger ous results. It is not necessary to advance the proposition that annexation is entire ly impossible: it is undeniably impos sible without an expression of the will - - or Hawaiian people. The United states would not, without such an ex- presMou, iiuiie. ims country 111 any form or under any conditions. It is obvious that neither the previ ous "elan" which inspired the annex ationists last February, northe propa ganda which a small portion of the American press and the stereotyped sermon of ex-Minister Stevens may make will induce the American peo ple to garrote the Hawaiians and steal the islands. It is strange that men of such intel ligence and political experience as some members and part. sans of the Provisional government are, could not foresee the fact that the American na tion are not filibusters, and that iu- stead of attempting to gain annexa tion by legitimate efforts in the isl ands, you tried by foreign and unlaw ful assistance to knock Mr. Stevens' ,irn n0n, nfrha iT,.w..nan traa Tf wxs misdirected blow. Tlie United anu mutiy was su utK, uuins uui ie . . . . .... ' snected tnend Mr. Stevens, as one may fairly judge from the groans of pain wiiicu ne em i ueu l n can r ran cisco before the chamber of commerce. In the eti'l not even the resolutions of the San Francisco chamber of com merce will help to annex the islands. The point is, what can, what should be done, and what is your duty at this time? All possible propositions lead but to one conclusion, and a very cog ent conclusion. A plebescitum must be held. Why wait until this neces sity is pointed out by the American congress, to whom very probably the president will submit the Hawaiian question? Does anyone believe that the indecency heretotore attempted through false reports sent to Mr. Har rison and Mr. Foster can be repeated. and that the Hawaiian people will be robbed ot their independence against their expressed consent, or will have the benelits of annexation conferred upon them without their expressed wii-h? Whoever believes that does not know tho United States of Amer ica. If the qualified voters of the Hawai ian islands ratify tlie actions of the committee of safety and of the Pro visional government, you will need no army to strike terror into the hearts of the malcontents. If they do not endorse you, what right have you to usurp the functions of government? If the people ratify those acts and approve your political existence as rulers, every decent, intelligent and well-meaning resident, though no ad herent of your narty, will array him self upon your side and sustaTn your actions and your policy. Then the pnyer for annexation can be made in such proper, clean and justifiable manner that our great and good friend across the sea can, with propriety, give need to your request. Then he may help us: if not by annexation, to his own detriment, yet by assisting us to maintain a stable and decent govern ment. If a majority of ' representatives elected by the qualified voters of the country declare for a change of our form of government, irrespective of the possibility of future annexation, they will be sustained b' the tax payers aud reputable citizens of this country, and no dissent will be heard if the present government should be placed lawfully end constitutionally in power. The peonle will not submit to I're- torianism or indefinite delay in settle ing the question. Either of the two conditions means ruin, uotn are grossly unjust ana in consistent with the principles which the annexationists must possess and profess if they are lit to become American citizens. The step recommended, that is, the convening or a body or lawiuny cno sen representatives and carrying out their conclusions, means sustaining right and justice. I he people have the right to demand that it be tak.?n: you (meaning the Provisional govern ment) have no right to reiuse io take it or to impede or prevent 11 if you are honest. But there is another and more ur gent reason for such action. It should be Impelled by gratitude to ana con sideration for our friend the United States. These islands, it is well known, have been befriended aud in reality protected at all times by the great republic. It is claimed that our political change has been effected by representative tn lue uuucu oiaica in violation of justice, decency, comity, treaty obligations and international law. That representative came near to casting an indelible stain upon the American nation, liut why asK me United States to judge him? Hi3 fu ture fate does not concern us. Let the Hawaiian neoDle assemble by duly chosen representatives, let the people declare how and by whom we snail ne governed, and ask the united states, if it should be necessary, to assist us In carrvinir out the conclusions of the people. Now we call upon you and the Provisional govern ment, who profess an auacn- ment for the United States so great that it impels you to surrender Ha waiian independence for American citizenship, to save our great friend and neighbor from a uisagreeaoie task by taking the vote of the Ha- waiian people ana loiiowing uie popular will. You will then show that vou are fit to become American citizens, and do not wish to trample under foot every gift of liberty, every principle of representative govern ment, every guarantee of justice and right. Do now what is just and not from fear or necessity, nor until it is aemauaeu oy me United States, but because you owe the fulfilment of that duty to the people who permit you to represent them and to those whose faith in your honest motives must be justified by vour own conduct. Put your house iu order so that you may show to the American Con gress when it assembles what is truly the wish of our people, in whom after all the sovereignty rests, and ask your great neighbor to help you if the wish expressed is reason able aud rests on proper grounds. This course will not alone pre serve the high estimate in which you, ami many of those who are with you, are held at home, but will commend your cause, which will then b the cause of the people of i Hawaii, to a respectful and advant ageous consideration in Washington. I am, with every assurance of my high es:eem, Yours sincerely, Paul Neumann. U3 SluDfrtisemcuts National Iron Work QUEEN" STKEKT, Between Alakea and Richard Streets. MIK UNDERSIGNED AUK PKK- rare l .lo make all kinds of Iron, 1'rj.ss, Bronze, Zinc and J.ead Castings; also a general Repair fchop for Stearn Engines, Rice Mills, Corn Mills, Water Wheels, Wind Mills, ttc; Machines for the cleaning of CoflVe, Castor Oil Deans, Ramie, Sissal, Pineapple Leaves and other fibrous plants; also, Machines for Paper istock, Machines for extracting titarch from Maniock, Arrow Root, etc. ,r"All orders promptly attended to. White, Eitman & Co. 3428-tf SPANISH CIRCUS ! SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 15 At the Armory. GRAND VJT rYJVNA.SITJJVI CONSISTING OF Tight Ropi Walking, Ring Swinging, Performances on Trapeze, Etc., Etc. 3428-lw Furnished Rooms to Let. (5?. THREE FURNISHED ROOMS on Liliba Street, near David Day ton's to let at reasonable rates, only minutes' walk from errs. For ten further particulars, enquire of MRsi. AULD, 3425 1w On the Premises. D O YOU FEED THE BABY? The Skin needs foo. If the Com plexion is sallow, ro'igh, scaly, pimply, it is because it is not fed with LOLA MOXTEZ CREME The Skin Food and Tissue Eluilder, positively the only safe and reliable ar ticle for the Complexion. Absolutely harmless, opens the pores, increases the natural and necessary secretions of the skin. Restores the flesh to firm healthy state of youth. Prevents wrinkles. Good for burns, chapped lips and hands. 3F"Pot lasts three months. PRICE 75 CENTS. J3Ask vour druprgist for it. HOW CAN YOU TOLERATE Freckles, Pim ples, Blackheads. yellow or mud dy Skin, mouth Wrinkles or any form of facial dis figurement when Mrs Nettie Har rison guarantees to cure you. Don't consider your case a hopeless J ..IS . . J ' L' ' i" luib Mrs. Harrison treats ladies for all de fect of face and figure. The perma nent removal of superfluous hair guaranteed. MRS. NETTIE HARRISON America's Beauty Doctor. 26 Geary Street, San Francisco, Cal. fiffTor sale by H0LLI8TER & CO., Druggists, 109 Fort St., Honolulu. 3HW-tt ypuB" Martinsville, N.J., Methodist Par sonage. My acquaintance with your remedy, Boschee's German Syrup, was made about fourteen years ago, when I contracted a Cold which resulted in a Hoarseness and a Cough which disabled rne from filling my pulpit for a number of Sabbaths. After trying a Physician, without obtaining relief I cannot say now what remedy he prescribed I saw the advertisement of your remedy and obtained a bottle. I received such quick and permanent help lrom it that whenever we have had Throat or Bronchial troubles since in our familr, Boschee's Ger man Syrup has been our favorite remedy and always with favorable results. I have never hesitated to report my experience of its use to others when I have found them troubled in like manner." Rev. W. II. Haggarty, of the Newck, New a Q-f Jersey, M.Lv Confer ence, April 25. '90. Remedy. G. G. GREEN. Sole Man'fr.Wocdburv.N.l. H, I TOMAN, FORT STREET. llaviny now tlie much desired space for the j)roper display of my splendid stock of FIXE GOODS, and late additions thereto, it is a 2)lea8itre to see you in and show the arrangement of the different lines, as compared to my old and cramp ed quarters; it is simply ar7sc. My stock of stajile trnd new Goods, will from now on, be found com- plete, and any suggestion in the toay of new fads will be eagerly attended to. As a starter on new Goods, my very fine line of Leather Purses and Card Case combinations are well worth your attention. Leathers in all the delicate colors of dress materials, mounted in fine sterling silver in intricate designs as tvell as the plain they must be appreciated by those tvho have al ways been obliged to send away for these goods. Carrying in this line the 2'roducts of the leading makers of fine Leathers in the United States, it is jiossible for me to offer you a choice assortment from the comparatively inexpensive to that which takes dollars to buy. The Gentleman's full dress Card Case, seems o be the correct thing from tlie tvay they caught on just large enough to fit the proper pock et. Another little thing on which sales are rapidly increasing, the dainty little individual Jiutter Spreader in sterling silver and plate, probably the best and most useful little conciet ever thought of in connection with the table service. Remaining on the table throughout the meal, they entirely take the place of the desert knife for spread ing butter, certainly more dainty and giving the other instrument a chance to be used for what it was intended. To those of refined tastes and a sense of the fitting, very little need be said in their favor. It tvill not be long before every table in Honolulu will be supplied with these very necessary little articles. n W WTflOTlT A AT XJL.JL'. TT XVyAAlTJLxiJJI NEW GOODS ! Received by late Steamers. COTTON CRAPE! Of New Patterns ; also, GENT'S READY-MADE Crape Shirts and Suits ! Of First-cla33 style. Silk Handkerchiefs and Neckties, Handsome Vases of Japanese Art, etc. EXTRA CHOICE Pan Fired Japan Tea FOR FAMILY USE. Sold at very reasonable prices for the trade as well as retail. ITOHAN, Importer of Japanese Goods 2CG Fort St., near Custom Ilo-.ise. Yfimatoya, Yokohama, Japan, Cotton Crape Manufacturer anl Shirt Maker. Sole spent, ITOliAN, L'OQ Fort Street, Honolulu. 3395-tf MISS BURROW'S Dressmaking Rooms 9 HOTEL. STREET. Prices lower than elsewhere in Hono lulu. Latest styles as worn in London and Paris. A specialty of Washing Ureas es. All work neatly and promptly finished. 3540 fecial lianins 1ST. S. SACHS', 520 Fort Street - Honolulu. LADIES' MUSLIN UNDER W EAR 13ig Cnt in Prices. Ladies' Night Dresses, our 1 quality for S5o. Ladies Night Dresses, our $125 quality for SI. Ladies' Night Dresses, our S- quality for SI. 00. Ladies White Skirts, 1 ruftlo for 10c. Ladies' White Skirts, 3"rutlles for G5c. Ladies' White Skirts, flounce with lace edge for S0c. Ladies' Chemises, extra quality for 10c. Ladies' Chemises, torchen laco and embroidery for GOc. Ladies' Chemises, embroidery trimmed, extra quality for 75c. tdgTTheso prices are positively for this week only. Golden Eule Bazaar ! SOME Murdering Business. Wo have sold all our SS.50 this pretty little machine, $12 And don't forget we keep Machines, and that's the ft- v- ( : rt! t -.' ,. t V ' '.: 1 t . '. I DOMESTIC." Great Clearance Sale COMMENCING MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1893. We will offer anything in our P b X C rH O Large Stock At Greatly Reduced fiT"Call and see for offering in all Departments. Egan .& Gunn, FACTORY O- Having Placed Our Orders for Large Lines Goods Shortly to Arrive, we Must Mac Kooin for Same. o Wc Offer Some Startling Bargains in Staple Stationery GOOD QUALITY PENCILS rubber tipped, at 15 cents a dozen ; noto size, VE NKT1AN LIMr Tablets, 15 cents. 'Z lor cent; ieiier xaoieis, nivu wuauiy, 15 cents, former price 25 cents;PHOIO FHAVihS, cabinet sizes, new, 50 cents, 3 for $1 ; Composition Books, fiize 7x8, pood quality, 50 rents a dozen ; NOTE PAPklt rp.im n.inkapes. pnecial line. 5 cents: ENVELOPES, white, Rood quality, per box 500, only 75 cents ; PEN HOLDERS, euitable (or Bchool use, 15 cents a dozen. NOTICE In consequence of cutting prices, we cannot allow any discount to the trade on above lines. .... . . We are just in receipt of a full line MARCUS WARDS fine linen Pap-rs, ruled and unruled ; Envelopes to match. ALUMINIUM NOVELTIE S Just the thing for Whist and Euchre Prizes ; guaran teed not to tarnish ; a large variety of these goods in PIa ing Card Cases ; prices reasonable. MUSIC DKPATtTMKNT. Evervthing to be found in a first-class Muic Stor; over 25,000 pieces sheet Music to select from. Our prices will be found the lowest and goods the best. SPECIAL DISCOUNT allowed to Teachers, Schools and Clergymen. Send or write for catalogues and discount". PUBLISHERS of I'rof. Kerr's 'MELK HAWAII," 20 numbers, the only choice selection of Hawaiian Music in print. GKNEKAL AGENTS. J. & C. Fischer, Everitt & Schiller PI NOS ; Story and Chirk and Chicago Cottage ORGANS; YOST TYPE-WHITER, DENSMORE TYPE-WRITER, the two best writing Machines in tlie world. type-wihtj:k supply department. We will soon is-ne a catalogue of Papers, Ribbons, etc., fur all makes of Machines. Parties desiring a copv. can have sitne mailed to their address by leaving name at our office. This catalogue will bo found very useful to Type-writers generally. The Hawaiian ftews Co., LU, Honolulu. The Daily 50 CENTS PER MONTH, Ucrrti3rn:rnte. On' s AT IOIiK -o- Machines and now coino with complete with cover. the King and Star of al if. ' of Goods ! Prices ! S5 yourself, the bargains we are fort Street. PRICES. as o follows: Ad vertiser