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DAIJLY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL. AO VEUT1HEK, SEPTEMBER 13, 1SUZ.
THE ADVERTISER CALENDAR. Tu. J W. Jfta. Fr. S. Si. IU 3 16 X-'-:J.0 Iff SFt. 2. 3 10 17 34 1 Sept .9, New Moon. U 12 13 '4 21 16 18 19 i 3 Jg Plr-t QiTr ST., HpT2 W full Moon. I i 2 20 THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER Six Pages. He Just and fear not; L.t all the end thou alm'ct at ! Thy Ouantrj't, thy Ood'i, and Troth's. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1393. THE SITUATION. The friends of annexation are aa confident today as they have been for the past six months, that American control will be estab lished in the Hawaiian islands. In fact there has been no doubt on this ioint since the moment the stars and stripes fluttered to the breeze under the protectorate es tablished by Minister J. L. Stevens. There ia no doubt in the mind3 of Americans that the action of the United States govern ment at that time has been confirmed and endorsed. The stand taken by the U. S. S Boston and Admiral Skerrett since, has been ample proof that the Uni ted States government and Ameri cans in Hawaii understood each other as brothers in arms for the cause of western civilization. There have been no obstacles placed in the way of the presentation of the cause of our royalist friends by the Provisional government. It is due to the government to say they have stood and are standing on their own resources and respon sibility, backed by the popular feeling of the taxpayers. It is as well the outside werld recognized that the present influences in con trol of Hawaii have determined to dominate the future political policy of the country in the interests of the taxpayers, without reference to the protests or demands of the adherents of the monarchy. The force of a national idea is greater than the mandate of party politicians, h or the past ten years this fact has been forcing itself upon the civilized world regarding Hawaii. The statesmen of America and Europe have admitted the American idea has prevailed in the islands of the Pacific from Samoa northward. The fact that the magic wand of republicanism has touched Hawaii in its sweep is not strange it would have been strange had its influence missed the Paradise of the Pacific. Why should not the idea of American civilization and statehood take root in Hawaii? It has en grafted its religion, its laws and its civil liberty upon a monarchical system which had failed to meet the want3 and de mauds of the people living there under. For years the subjects of the effete Hawaiian monarchy have been feeling their way to wards some form of civil liberty, felt to be necessary, although not fully understood. The political light "not vouchsafed to the an cients" has flooded these islands .with glimmerings of a future not often reaching the semi-savage in time to offer him political freedom in place of tribal extinction. It is useless to temporize with the facts as they now exist. The choice for the Hawaiian is one between political serfdom and the enfranchisment which west ernment civilization offers. The demagogues who led political parties under the monarchy will advise opposition and procrastina tion in the hope that the spoils of restoration, if ultimately accom plished, will insure a continuance of factional corruption and person al hurigue. Cut the demands of the native and foreign population demand the establishment of some form of stable government that will mark a step in advance of mon archical decadence, and will prove to the world that in the crucial moment this race, quickened by contact with civilization, has arisen to the point of national develop ment dreamed cf by philosophers but never before attained. Wherefore should not the Ha waiian be a great nation? With calling the influence exerci?ed by a dozen or more anti-American politicians, unfortunately kept in a state of political existence by the unreal promises of such men as Mr. Claus Spreckels, there are few friends and adherents left the ex-monarchy. Poor ex-queen political suicide, a3 Carlyle would call her, and as the facts warrant fche has succeeded in dropping her self out of the confidence of the nation, as represented by the men who pay for the support of the government and advance of the mercantile interests of the country. It is not alto gether her fault, if her friends are to be believed but they are not. The people of these islands cannot forget the violation of the constitu tional law of the land when an attempt was made to return to absolute monarchy in last January. And although royalists of today endeavor to avoid this just charge of annex tionists,it is useless.as both Hawaii and the United States fully under stand the facts and the situation. Both know there is neither safety nor stable government so long as the representatives of the native monarchy claim the throne. Add to this the fact that at the present time the following and prestige of the ex-queen's cause have become virtually a cypher in in Hawaiian aflT.tirs, while the Provisional government is daily gaining strength and uniting its own ranks in spite of well meant but ill-considered and radi cal propositions from some quarters, and the conclusion is inevitable that Hawaii is today united upon the political proposition to make this country a part and parcel of that nation which first gave us our impulse toward political equality and self government without the interference of semi-civilized rulers or their following of political syco phants gathered around them un der a corrupt and unpopular reign. Pending the decision of the Uni ted States upon the proposition for annexation we have full confidence the Provisional government will not lose eight of the one political aim which was placed in their hands by the taxpayers of these islands, viz : either annexation to the United States, or some form of stable- government which would virtually endorse and sustain the political stand heretofore taken in self defense by the foreign colony of Hawaii. HAWAIIAN LAW. Volume Eight of the Hawaiian Reports Issued. Volume eight of the Hawaiian reports has been received at this office. The book is a well-bound volume of nearly SOO pages, print ed by the Hawaiian Gazette Co. of Honolulu, and is a credit to the skilled labor of this city in this department. Both the presswork and the binding reflect credit on the office from which the work was issued and have received the com mendation of the supreme court and clerks of the department. The present volume contains three appendices, besides nearly GOO pages of reports ; the first con tains the opinions of the justices of the supreme court to the late sov ereigns, the ex-cabinet and the leg islature; the second contains the decisions of the supreme court in banco omitted from former vol umes of Hawaiian reports ; the third consists of decisions of single justices of the supreme court not appealed from and not hitherto re ported. An appendix is added containing an "in memoriam" to the Hon. Edward Preston, second associate justice of the supreme court. The book has been compiled by Mr. William Foster, magistrate of the district court, and is the high est compliment that could be paid him as an editor and reporter of Hawaiian laws. This volume is one of the most learned and comprehensive that has as yet been issued in this coun try. The opinions of the supreme court of Hawaii have for many years been cited and quoted in the courts of the United States and elsewhere, and have won an envi able reputation for themselves wherever English and American law prevails. Artistic printing at the Gazette Office. APPEAL FOll AID. The Band Boys of Kulaupapa Ak for Help. The Sum of Jl'iS Vf anted tu Complete the Uniform FurnUhed by the Advertiser Fond. In last May the Advertiser learned that the band boys of the leper settlement were in need of new uniforms. A subscription list was opened at that time and within a few days the necessary amount of something over $200 was raised. When the government paid it3 last visit to the settlement, as reported yesterday morning, the president of the board of health wa3 met with a request from the boys of the leper band to forward to their friend, the Advertiser, a farther request that caps be also furnished them at a cost not to exceed $25. The letter received from the Ka laupapa band boys was as follows: Kalaupapa, Sept. 11, 1S93. Dear Advertiser: You have been so kind to us in the matter of uni forms, we fel you will nut desert us when we make kcown our want that to complete our uniforms we need fifteen caps which will cost about 25. The following is the order and sizes of caps which wo hope our friends will send ns from the outside world: Six caps No. 7: 3 caps No. CJ; 1 cap No. 71; 2 caps No. Gj; 3 caps No G. Also fifteen silvor cords. Your truly, Kai.aupapa Band Boys. The Advertiser has determined that the object is a worthy otie and hereby informs the public that a 8ubscripiion list to the amount of $25, to buy caps for the leper band of Kalaupapa, will be opened today at this office. We invite all wish ing to subscribe in any amount from 25 cents upwards to place their names on the subscription liit and help complete the uniform ing of the leper band.. In conversation with members of the late expedition it is learned that the government considers the object one worthy the public atten tion, and this public appeal is therefore made. Auction Sales. 15V .IAS. f. MOIKiAN. Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to Foreclose ami of Sale. NOTICE IS IIKttF.llY GIVEN that pursuant to a power of sale coutained in a certain mortgage bearing date the itfth dav of October, A. i. iS'Jl. made by UtiNKY S SWINTON to Frederick Pliilp. of rrcord in the Kegister Office. Honolulu, in Liber 131 on pnp 364, 303, 3tii and 3(i7. and Tor the breach of condi tions in faid mortgage deed contained, to wit: the non-payment of I nt "rent when due, the mort j;;iL'oe lnteuds to f.ircloso the said mortgage. Notice 1j al-o hereby given that all the land and properi described in he said mortgage will he s-ld at public auction at the aiirtiou rooms of James F. Morgan on SATL'KD Y, September 9lh. A. D. 13':l, at 12 o'clock iioon. 'the property to be -o.'d is described In said mortgage deed as follows: AM that certain piece or parcel of land tliuate on Miller street iu Honolulu, being a portion of Land Commission Annul 2s"o. 532. also of L. C. A. 3179 and more particularly described as follow, tu wit ornni- i cing at the west corner of this" piece of land nt northwest angle of a granite post on the soutlicust side of Miilcr street uiiil running 1. s. :J de-. 45 rain. K. true, SP.6 feet tiloi'g L. C. Award 19 lo S. Kevi.old. 2. s. 63 cleg. 20 miu.W. true, S.7 feet along sarue. S. S. Sld. g. 55 min. E.ttuc f.5 4 feet along remaining portion of L. C Award 032 to Pattkuu aiiie. 4. N. 6j cleg. 40 ruin. E. tr ie, 129.7 feet along same. V N.35 deg. lOmin. W. true, 131.9 feetalon remain:ng portion of L. C Award 3179 to Kailaa and I'ilkoi. C. S. 59 dp?. 30 min. W. true. 11 fret along Miller fireet t'i initial point. Area 22-100 acre?. Purchase piice payable m U. S. cold coin. Conveyances at purchaser's expense. Further pariictilurs can be Lad of Carter !t Carter. I.it..-d at II..-nolu!a, August lt. A. D. 1S33. FUEl). I'll I LP, Vy hi Attorneys, Carte u Jt Carter. &sF f he foregoing sale is postponed to take piace at ibo time and place ad vertised, on SATl: KPAY, b'eptetuber 1(5, ISO?. FKKD. PHILLIP. Honolulu. Sept. fl. 1S93. 34S-Gt- Mortgasee's Notice of Intention to Foreclose and of Sale. VfOTICi: IS IIKREIiY GIVE.V .Li mat pursa.tut to a power f sale contained in a certain tnortrrice bearing date the 27th d ty of March. A. D. l?9l. mide by ISAAC D. IAEA to Fred. Puilp. of record in ihe liegistcr Cice. Honolulu, iu Liber 132 on p;iges lt7 and ICS, and for the breach of conditions in said morteaze deed contained, to wit: tion-p iy nient of prim t pal and interest w hen due. l he morigagee i:. tends to foreclose the eaid mortgage. .Notice is also hereby clven that all thel ind and property describ-.il in the sa:d mortgage will b" soid at public auction at tli? a::c;ion rooms of James F. Morsm, on S.vl'L'l'DAY, Septem ber 9, 1S.I3. at 12 o'clock noon. The property to be sold is described a follow : 1st. Ali those premises situated at Kapalama. HoEO'iilti. Oahti, beiug a part of the premises described in iioyal Patent number 401 on Land Commission Award r.uaiber &;o.l to Paul Kauoa and containing an area of 5700 square feet. 2nd All those premises sttnated st Kapalama, nonolulu. .ahu, bein;r apart of the premises described in Koyal Patent number 401 to Paul Kanon and containing an area of 3J0sqnarc fovt. Purchae price payable in I". S. jrold coin. Conveyavc nt purchaser's cxpen Further Carter. Pa;:ic:iars can be had cf Carter & 1st. A. I. 1S9.J. FP.F.D. PHI LP, Py hi attorney?. Carter & Caktek Oaced IIonolrl i Atigast 25" Th a foregoing rale is postponed and will take place at the time and place advertised, on SATURDAY, S-pteinber 16, 1S9J. FRKP. PHILLIP. Honolulu, Sept 9, lS9oH 3480 Ow The Daily Advertises is deliver ed by carriers for 50 cents a month. Ring up Telephones 88. Now is the time to subscribe. 307 September 2:, iSj. With the numerous building operations in progress and contemplation in Honolulu, there must follow a demand on the part of carpenters for good levels. We have lately received a few of a very super ior quality, having horizontal and xrpendicular glasses. Cheaper levels of the ordinary every day sort are as plentiful with us as flies in a sugar barrel. The celebrated Keystone Egg Beater, said to be the cleanest, quickest and best article of the kind made may be obtained from us in any quantity. This style beater has been in use in the United States for a year past and is pronounced by cooks to be sup erior to any other kind. There is no wear out to them. If you are fortunate enough to he 011 Captain Schmidt's list of friends, you are probably the proud possessor of a wingless canary, and if so, you will want a suitable cage for it. Get it of us. The attention of plantation agents is called to our large stock of Brix Saccharometers and Helvetia Belting, suitable for use of plantations. We have in addition to Helvetia the largest stock of Jewells Standard and English Belting on these islands. It is from carefully selected oak tanned stock and a good wearer. Ilaviland China still leadsall other makes throughout the world. Our method of selling it, having always in stock dup licate pieces so that sets may at all times be kept intact. The cost is about the same as white ware. During the continuation of the drought the blight thrives. The new insecticide wash will eradicate the pest if people will but keep using it. The Lewis combination spray pump is the best means yet found for dis tributing the wash and the public has found that we sell them cheaper than anj'one else. The Hawaiian Hardware Co., 307 Fort Street, Honolulu. IN THE SWIM! We Lave just received ANOTHER FULL 0AR(i0 OF Hay and Grain Ter Hawaiian Birk Mauna Ala consisting of 1500 Bales Largo and Wheat Hay, 2000 Baira Surprise, .No. 1, White and Black Ots. 2000 Haw Whole Barley, -1000 Bags Rolled Barley, 3500 Baps Coarse and Fine Bran, 6U0 Baas Middling, 30 Bags MUed Feed, 200 Hags Choice Wheat, 200 Hags Cracked Corn, 100 Bags Small Yellow Corn, 100 Bans Koll-d Oats and 70 Bags Oil Cake Meal. JQT vVe selected these Goods during our la9t trip to the Coast; they are first clas, and cost no mora than poorer qualities now on the market. Givo Us a Trial ! Bedrock Prices! 3T"Orders promptly attended. S?-Te!ep!:oncs So. 121. California Feed Co., KING A WRIGHT, 3443 14fl-lm Proprietors. FOR YOKOHAMA ! Aikoku Marn J. Fine Japanese Steamer Dae here the first week cf nest month directly from Japan, will be despatched for the abjve port on or about September 13tli, 1893 (Instead of Culara as formerly advertised.) 25For Freight and Parage, please apply to K. OGURA & CO., 34-5 Md AGENTS. Notice. "VTOTICE IS HFREBY GIVEN that all persons trespassing on the fishing ground of Hanaloa and Waikele, will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law; and that trespassers by night run the risk of being thot, and will take warning hereby. 3476-lm SUNG CHUNG LEE. Elephants and a few other things we do not ell, but when you want MEN'S FINISHING COOPS as the small hoy says "we're right in it." We've got the most complete stock in the islands, and if you'll come in for a few minutes and look over our J stock, we will oon convince you of the fact. We've call your attention for the past few weeks to several lines of handsome undergar ments, but we have' nt com menced to tell or show you one third of the lines we carry. We would like to havo you come and see for yourselves. Nine tenths of the married ladies of Honolulu shop for their husbands. To these we would say we can give you bigger variety, better and more serviceable goods in tho men's line general ly, than can bo obtained elsewhere and at the same prices that you pay for vastly inferior goods. Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary Wool en Goods is a theme we've harped on before, but we be lieve it's a subject that will bear repetition. Wo are firm believers in the sanitary value of these goods and the public are rapidly coming to the same conclusion. The last four months we have more than doubled our output of these goods, notwithstand ing the determined efforts of interested parties to discredit them. We havo recently added the "Gauze Grade" of these goods to our stock. They are the nicest thing imaginable, as .soft and light as silk; you can blow almost through them, and yet every thread is wool, pure wool guaranteed. The K" Grade wekeepcon stantly on hand in all sizes, and we have also added a few lines for ladies. Anyone doubting tho au thority under which wo sell these goods can have all doubts dispelled by reading the authority conferred by Dr. Jaeger on the parties with whom we deal, a copy ot which we have inserted in our window. M. McINERNY. ALUMIjNUM A marvel of strength and durability As Light as i'apcr, As Strong as Mi'eJ, As Cheap as Wood Does not tarnish, is therefore more practical than silver, even though the cot is sbout one tenth of the latter. We are displaying a win dow full of useful articles made up in the above metal: Hair and Clothes Brushes, Mirrors, Frames, Cigar and Cigarette Cases, Cigar Cutters, Match Boxes, Pen Holders, Ink Stands, Blotting Pads, Calendars, Trays, etc. The cost is so small, it is worth 3'ou while to purchase an article out of mere curiosi ity; we can afford to throw the usefulness in. Another new line of those handsome STEELING SILVER BELTS has just come to hand, among which are some new and striking designs not before shown. Ladies make a note of it. H. R WIOHMAN, 517 Fort Street. Just . Received per S. S. Australia A LAKGK ASSORTMENT G-EiNTT'S ruriiislims Goods ! I1 Selected personally by our Mn. II. S. TREGLOAN, now in the States, and embrace all the latest styles now in vogue throughout the United Siatcs and Europe. Low Prices Our Motto! XXEr An inspection invited. See our show windows. . S. TREGLOAN & SON Merchant Tailors and Furnishers. MANY LA 1)1 MS Have ruined a beautiful and faultless complexion by the use of powders and washes composed largoly of lead, arsenic and other poisonous metallic substances, which not only roughen, irritate and discolor tho skin, but by absorption into tho system, produce headaches and nervous disorders of n distressing and dangerous character. n A M B FOIJ TUP: IMPItOVEMKNl AND IIESE11VAT10N C) Soothes the skin irritated by injurious applications and imparts a natural and healthful tone and appearance? En dorsed by the highest medical authority as absolutely free from objectionable substances. STP0WDER AND LIQUID PRICE 50 JCENTS.jg:I EST" FOP. BALK BY jsj v HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS Fort Street, Honolulu. Pacific Hardware Co., L'd. 402 anil 404 Fort Street - Honolulu. '!"? ."-"v's V'r- :-'-.y.' ; BAILEY'S PATENT PLANES, , Plumb Hob", Lamp Burners and Wick, Bradley & llubbard'n Lamps and Chandeliers, Japan and Brann Bird Cap-, I'anot Cast's, Breedim; Cir with. I'atfnt reiuoiMblH mtt, A fi. t Hfifiortrnc-nt of D-i r L'icks and Knol.H, A general lino of fclitdf Hard ay. re, llcdHiilieaiH, Kli.epShuiB, Trimmers, Ladies' Scissois, Harbers' Shears! Clipper, Mechanics' Too!.j, Nuts, Waahern, Carriage ami Machine Boiu, Galvanized Wire Clolh and Netting, Rubber Packing, Square Flax iacki tig, Picture Frnrnes, MxmldiiiG:. etc. J UST EtRJTFOD PEK C. ID. UHYANT. BABY CARRIAGES of all styles, CARPETS, RUGS, and MATS in tho latest patterns, 64 13 onseliold " Sewinq: Machines Hand Sewing Machines, all with tho latest improvements. Also on hand Westermayers Celebrated Cottage Pianos ! Parlor Organs, Guitars and other Musical Instruments. S"For sale by ED. H O FFSC II LA EG E 1 1 & VA).. King Street opposite Ca.st.To & Cooko. Canadian -Australian Steamship Lin mT?5rTH CANADIAN PACIFIC KAIMVAY. The Famous Tourist Route of the World. Ticliete per Canadian. Pacific Iiailway arw 5 Second Class and 10 First ('lass, Lnfn tlian ly Unite! HtatM""lin. STEAMSHIP SERVICE MONTHLY. gfir"THROUGII TICKETS isnel from Honolulu to Canada, Ukitkd Static and Eceopk; also, to Brisbane ami HtDNkY. FOR BRISBANE AND SYDNEY Sfeamers fail.23rl each month . FOR VICTO RIA AND VANCOUVER, B. C Steamers sail Aug. t, Aue. 3Ut, Oct. 2d, Nov. 1st, Dec. 2d and Jan. let, 1893. FREIGHT AND TASS. AGENTS' D. McNicolI, Montreal Canada; Robt. Kerr, Winnipeg, Canada. M. M. Stern, San Francisco, Cal. ; G. McL. Brown, Vancouver, B. O. or- o- -:- 7! Km,, CoMPLEXfOiN ! NEW GOODS Jujjt to hand ex-Altlen Bpbso direct from ilio manufacturers. Rubber Hose, Sprinklers IIoso lU'lfl, Carpenters' Ru'es, --. k riiimba and Levels, Bends, Level Glauses 7"For Fn i-iU and 1'aM.an- am! all geneial ii:onuat:on, apply to Tlieo. H. Davies & Co. Agents for Hawaiian Islands.