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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISES; HONOIUIU, yOVEMB-BR 21, 1S94.
A The Pacific Commercial Advertiser Uud Every Morninj, Except Sunday, by the Hawaiian Gazette Company At No. 318 Merchant frt. W. K. ARH3TP.0NG, EDITOR. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 1SS4. THE CATHOLIC SISTERS 0? M0L0KAI. Not the least of the interesting objects in the leper settlement, at Molokai, is the work of the Fran ciscan Sister, who have charge of the Bishop and Baldwin Homes. tv, 020 ptafpr mr.L-p no narade of A religious faith; do not trumpet their eelf eacrifice ; exhibit no un holy ambition for reward or fame. They discharge a simple obliga tion, voluntarily assumed, but which involves exile, and danger, and the final abandonment of the associations, which are the chief pleasure of life. On this little slip of land, jutiii-g out from the precipitous moun tains, with the ocean to complete its isolation, may be seen an in stance of the rare energy of abso lute faith. For the credit of humanity, and with the larger inspiration of the divine thought, certainly a few, at 7act nf thft Protestant body, in V W m ' again, because the revival will be attributed to Democratic measures. On the other hand, the Republi cans have learned a lesson. It is noticeable that Mr. Tbomas Reed, one of their leaders, does not warm ly approve of the McKinley tariff measure, because it was extreme. If there is prosperity under the Wilson bill, the Republicans will act with creat caution, and present new issues, if any can be found. rv,otT-or tVft merits Of pro- M UU I.V v. Jimly 5opie5 .November it iSg. In speaking of the allotment of lands for homesteads a member of the Planters' Labor and Supply Co., remarked during a conversation, that the occupation of lands by foreign ers meant to a certain extent the death blow to the rain in dustry, for the reason that every homesteader on timber land beean clearing as soon as BROWNIES Form No. 168. THE HAWAIIAN.PACIFIC CABLE COMPANY. GO tection" may be, the tariff is cer tainly a grab-game. It has just been discovered that the Standard Oil Company succeeded in getting the Democratic congress iu ims the duty on coal oils from ten per he took possession. One .1 - r T 1 A I ft I. - . r- w m cent., unaer tne .uciviniey ianu, honorable member ot the last to forty per cent., under the Wilson wlslature contended in de bill. Does the Standard Oil Corn- . r. -nrM. need rrrt tni i nn ? rain in any way whatever. To pie of the United States are not the doubt the philosophy of this is proper people to be annexed to tne t arCrUe oneself unacquainted refined and powerful native peo- opinions of some of tt T tnllo Horn "n I 1 r mamoTnUhn the most learned men of this conglomeration of cosmopolitans, V,o cmim nf KllTOnft i" and WUUU ailU lilC "tAi. "JCVClrtl dim IliU rvuui w X I then aske, "is this the sort of coun- of the States across the sea try which the fakirs would coerce have "Arbor Days" on which us to affiliate with? Hav.? txpfts are nlanted. not The Holomua now ranges up, by . , decorative but useful the side of KaLeo, and draws lurid ' nnrnncAC H prp niVtnfM nf Amp.Tican vice. As tne organ of the Hale Naua, it is still sugar crop depends largely I m r e - mm more indignant than Ka Leo, tbat upon tne quantity ol raintaii, any civilization should attempt We need trees quite as much to affiliate with a people, who, a th deserts of the United States. The Government 2J.OOO OFFICES IN AMERICA. CABLE SERVICE TO CONTINENTS AND ISLANDS. ALL This Company TRANSMITS and DELIVERS messages onlv on conditions limit ing its liability, which have been assented to bv the sender of the following messace. Errors can be guarded against only by repeating a message back to the sending suiiion iurcoiupanon, ana ine companv win not hold itsell liable for errors or aeiavs in transmission or delivery of V N K K PEAT E D MESSAGES, beyond the amount of toils pam inereon. nor in any case wnere tne claim is not presented in writing within sixty days after the messaere is filed with the Company for transmission. This is an UNKEPEATED MESSAGE, and is delivered bv request of the sender, uuuer me conauions namea aoove. A PCSIIINO KNTKUI'KHE. Grn'l Manserr. (iOODHAN GOAHKAD. Vretident. CZ2 V. 134 CH BY A 37 PAID REUEIVfcJl it Hjaj!a'.a, B.I. M. Standard Time I89 Dated To NOVEMBER 17, 1894, SAN FRANCISCO CAL 14 HOBRON DRUG COMPANY, Honolulu. Order for SASSAFRAS SOUR received. No. 3 of 10 barrels forward this day. congratulate vou on selling 2U barrels rva- in six weeks. Push it with confidence. We make it ouselves and we know it's good. SCOTT & GILBERT. Ree'd 2:30 P. M. The essence of all that is ridicul ously fanny and bnppy. Every one has read of the doings of these fanny little men, and to keep them fresh in memory, we brought an importation to onr sunny lan eh This beiDg their iirst visit, we are gratified to see them so well received, Dcdes, Policemen, Chinamen, Scotch men, Orators, and all the numerons train of BROWNIES have their Shipment headquarters at Wichman Wictaans Scarf pins and brooches, made in sterling silver and beautifully en ameled in colors, sold at the ridiculously low price of tt t: V.tim1i1r Bav trt thft I in thn inferftfltB of TJUritV haV6 uoman uainouc vnurcu . eJiaUiiHUcu .nnf on ot- J i.ltnds. was our field of Cordaee. as the last ditch of na- l. w nr! honed to make it ex- tional morale. Although the native crc duu iiibcrt d ciauc m uic elusive. You came, unwelcomed, race has, as the Holomua truly and homestead deeds that would to us. But when there arose a frankly eays, gone to pieces over Jn a measure settle the difficul ty. If a homesteader insists upon cutting away the timber on his land let him be forced to plant some shade trees, say a lourtn ot tne number cut down, to attract the rain even on off seasons. To the curious as well as scientific people rain guages are a good thing to have. We sell them and good crhftRtlv enectacle of rotting and "poi and gin," it would prefer a Ipfnrmpd hnmanitv. and it eeethed mixture of that insidious dish, and stank in its pitiful exile, and it with its impressive consequences, demanded a life eacrifice for its to any share in the diet of the repulsive offices, we forgot our pre- American people, who cannot even eumptive rights, and etopped, and Eee the mid-day eun of Hawaiian m I etood aside, on the highway, ana progress. allowed a troop of Samaritans, ot your faith, and under your cross, A Maui Canard. to quickly pass us, into that valley The Hall's arrival yesterday was of despair, and Buffering, and in e timely pretext for putting forth the name of Christ and His holy eome rumors. These wide vagaries Mother, administer the humblest ha(i wide circulation. They were ones too. eervices to the outcasts, who sorely to the effect that' the island was in lhe physicians ot the lioard needed them. We, Protestants, on rebellion, and that a call for troops of Health recommend that all our knees, salute them." had been made upon the govern- drinking water be boiIed and Sn v.r9 flfr0. the founder of ment. It is known positively that & lniB we aQvise you to use anim- . Sre jcuuu tux rep0rt is the natural follower of one Droved Stone Filter You can uians, ai nampxon, v ., ru, k . d a lhat men eTe being . , , . , the finest work done among the In- drilled on Maui, and were to be ou " you wisn dui jusi iaKe dian tribes of the West, was done supplied with guns. a glass of the water so treated by a Catholic priest. Intolerance . and hold it up to the light. i t 3 - i a- -ir it -v., v... i imCin an Xiicciriu oxiuwa.. i ... . . ecowiea ana eaiu io miu, uu - You'll see more snakes in it little your ;own faith." r?TlTg II! than a bi-chloride of gold 'That priest makes a newer and light at School and Isuuanu last & broader frith for me " evenine. A Portuguese lad hap- aiuuuu' "1C ' - ' r After all, while publicly acknowl- pened along and became very water and let it pass through a . edrinz the noble wort ot tnese cis- muuu juiwcbidu xu mo stone niter ana it vm oe as tera, it must not be forgotten, that, "Jthe approach of a tram- clear as crystal. We have all v-- rar tno DOV necame excuea. ne sizes irom so un. it vou t .:v. n i , " . , . j -r- y - crownea, unknown wuuicu, " grasped a wire ana receivea a wonf. tn wof ror. nct,:nn. fif Vi nnrl ft riflritv. and self-sacri- I shock that Drostrated him. For I & - Ji I . . . i I ' 7 j. fice as strong, and divine, us that over a minute ne lay in tne mua. ux iu give tu uui uai uic of these admirable devotees of Mo- m a enow ume u n-uo parn, you can get it witn tne lokai. But the imperfect vision of J aid ot a Mouchin lap f liter Wet Season On. which we sell at a dollar. tu r r. iiiectncai outnts wnicn in- MHrr w iim ;i 1111:11 111 k li 11 nnri tvrn inr.hes more elude a bell, punch button, yesterday and last night. At 12 last battery, fifty feet of insulated mVht a severe storm was in Dro- wirc dIlu wpic& " Tnir, cummin, dnprnin gOtO yOU at $2.50. The dl torreDts and there was a stiff rections that accompany the breeze. The electric light and outfit enables you to put it up water works department believe without the assistance of an that their troubles are over now. electrician. We have onlv a Does not the above cablegram tell our story quickly, forcibly, plainly. Thirty fi.VC C6IltS. oassairas oour is a new Dotuea neverage wnicn we are lnirouucing in Honolulu. It is a sparkling, delightful, carbonated drink with just enough of that old New England Sassafras tartness to make it wear well. You don't get tired of Sassafras Sour, for it puts to shame plain bottled waters. Give it iust one trial. We know what vou verdict will be. Your order will come later. We are now in full supply. You can get it by the bottle, dozen or barrel of six dozen. Will you try it? On draught at our soda fountain. N DRUG CIPMI BROWNIES on leather goods in artistic combination. Cupids and Rogues hand painted on enamel; perfect works of art; features and expression perfection. Made on purses, card cases, and combination cases for ladies and gentlemen. liT" Do not fail to take a peep at and provide yourself with a BROWNIE. They are all the rage. They are artistic. They are cheap. SOLE GKEiSTTS. H. P. WICHMAN Fort Street. VERY the m:xjtxjl.i. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK Latest Importations RICHARD A. McCVRDY President. men, clouded with ignorance and prejudice, does not see them. FUTURE POLITICS IN AM2RICA. THIS DAY. Marshal's Sale. It is unsafe to predict the politi cal situation in the States during the next three years. The mag netism has been drawn from the political compasses, and all are at f did . . Koolau duri rpmo;nin(r ;n qtorV Get sea. The general prosperity of the the dflV. but there were showers !eW remaining in stock. Get country will largely aeiermine ice jast night. course of political events. Trices, rather than principles, control men's actions. (What would happen here if China offered ten cents a pouud for our sugar ?) The problems of political econo my are so confusing, even to edu cated men, that the many listen to the loudest voice and follow the demagogue. The disturbance of the equili brium between silver and gold during the last twenty years is due, in the opinions of m-n who have studied the matter, to the nver-nroduction of silver. But the many believe it is caused by the action of government. The opera tion of natural laws is not studied or understood, and the easiest way to account for disturbance in trade is to accuse the rulers of ignorance or indifference. A revival of prosperity will put the Democratic party on its feet e "1st uay 01 roveai- iivo v- the highest bidder, all amel tub is superior to interest vi the said ,Tr 7 c . n.Ur.t. in mi to the tub. V have them II BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OK Execution, issued oat of the District Court, on the lG:h day of October, A D. 1S94, aeains: Dr. C?. A. Ings, defendant, in lavor ol iio.iister uruz o.. plaintiff, for the sum of 1117 32, I have Ievil upon and shall expose f r ea'e at the Police station, m the District ot Ho nolulu, Island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock of WEDNESDAY, tLe 'Jlst dav 01 oveai- her, A. D. 1S4, to the riit, t;tl and Dr. Ci. A. Ins, d-l fjl.'owinj; j-roitrrty. nnls iid judgment. interest, ro's u:;d my expanses re prnviouly paid . J-i-t of popr?y for ?a;e: Ltji tf Medici! am i uricjl Works and Intnimf r.jj; ; a!-o tr.atias t n French and Ci-rma;: "L-ancuasrrs ; Neve's and a few i!u-ir Sooks j& The aWov is open for inpetlon at itt orEcf of tne Deputy Mar.rhil. fT Term Tai. e. g. ii:tcjcock, Man-ha'. IlnoIulJ, October 19, 1S94. 3S21 15(3: in and buy now. Enamel bath tubs that are as inviting as a China wash bowl are what everyone should have if only for the sanitary advantages. Every plumber will tell you that it is healthier and better to have a tub, that is not encased in wood, and your own common sense teaches you that a bath tub that extends out from the wall will not harbor roaches and dirt. There's where the en- a zinc in differ ent styles ana prices. We also sell stationary wash stands in either enamel or highly polished marble. Assets December 31st, 1893 : $186,707,680.14 o A Good Record, the Best Guarantee for the Future. o GSTFOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO S. B. ROSE, General Agent for Hawaiian Islands. Eoyal Insurance Co., OF LIVERPOOL. "THE LARGEST IN THE WOKUD." Assets January 1st, 1892, $ 42,432.174.00 -OF- Cloth, Serges, Diagonals and Tweed ! by saJ?1re n5R8 on all Kinds of insurable properly uiEen at Current Mire 8140-lm Agent for Hawaiian Islands v cur Hruggisis ?1 V,, r? and Grccers SI Are Plow SelSing J&l a new beverage pure, non-alcoholic, exhilarating, refreshing and stimulating. It is The Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltl Opposite Sprrecbol Block I Mils A Hk y:and it is inexpensive, because one bottle makes four when prepared f) for use. Being both food and drink, you will find it just the thing (S ) to tone tne lagging system. For full information, call upon your -t f j . '. rfwlprs or drrr nc n noctil mrrf THE CALIFORNIA GRAPE FOOD CO., San Francisco, Cal. are always to be found at L. B. Kerr's STOEE, 47 Queen Street Honolulu. 2Thes8 Goods are of the best English and French make and comprise the new est styles and patterns, will be sold in quantities to suit purchasers r I -r-