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TXLE PACIFIC COMtEECIAIi ADVERTISE!: HOOIiTLLLT, ISOVEMJJER 24, 1S94.
TRAM COMPANY HOUSE'S STORY Ing confession that there was not a Bible in the office. "It id about time you should have one," was Mother Castle's friendly advice. In the language of the irreverent marine reporter, "the Advertiser is under obligations to Purser Corbett, of the Y. M. 0. A., for a late copy of the Bible." VJ 'ArIghteou3 man regardeth the life of his beast; but the tender mercies of the wicked are cruel." Prov. xn-10. 2CctD SUJctrtisemoits. tntrol lairatrtUttntnt. Of Interest lo Sugar Mill Owners Portrayal cf the Ups and Downs, Joys and Woes of an Animal. Managers and Agents of Plantations, and to Every body Using- Machinery. THE All Is Not Gold That THI3 13 A SAD RECITAL INDEED. Born In California During the War Career In San Francl co lias Had Many Owner Shipped to Honolulu Varied Experience In th! City. BYAUTHOKITY. PROCIiMATIO! I, Glitters. OBMTHOBHYNCHUS ! I 1 mi T IS a sad tale told by one of Mr. Paine's hordes. The expres sion of the animal here shown is from iWfcAJ Photograph. The jffijjwl 8naP shot wa3 aken telling its troubles. Its portrayal of the woes of a tram slave Is touching in the extreme. "I was born in Monterey county, California, during the war. The year I do not recall. I remember that they were fighting In the South. I was on one of the old ranches. The State was then new. My owner was a sym pathizer with secession. I think he joined the rebels. He rode my mother away and I grieved with the rest of the family. I was trained under the saddle by one of the boy3. The oldest daughter of the house selected me for her own use. She was very kind. A vehicle was more to her liking and she placed me in a phaeton. There seemed to be some trouble in this fam ily and one day there was a great sale of the property and stock. The young lady clung to my neck and wept when I was leaving with other horses. "We were driven across the country to San Francisco. This was a pleas ant trip, except that the roads were sometimes dusty. At San Francisco we were disposed of by private sale and I brought a good prlcaas a trusty family Horse. . An elderly woman used me and white;alifl nCaa ntrt cruel she knew nothing about the manage ment of a horse. One day I became frightened at a boy with a kite. In view of the special protection and care which an overruling Providence has vouchsafed to onr Behind a fair face ofttimes lurks deceit. A book with a country and people during the past handsome cover may contain year, whereby we have had exemp tion from pestilence, civil disorder, and other public disaster; have ex perienced large progress in the development of our institutions of government, and have been blessed with abondant crops and due recom pense for the labor of hand and brain, I, Santoed B. Dole, President of the Republic of Hawaii, recommend that Thursday, the 20th day of this present month of Novem ber be set apart as a day of National Thanksgiving to Almighty God, for the blessings of the past and the promise of the f atare, and of prayer for the continuance of his favor. (Signed.) SANFORD B. DOLE. (Seal.) By the President. (Countersigned) J. A. Kino, Minister of the Interior 3347-31 1604-3t nonsense. Shoes made for style alone, are like the house built upon the sands, the storms come and its glory departs so does the customer to come again never more. For a firm grip on the affect ions of a customer, try Mc- Inerny shoes, where style is not omitted or quality sacri ficed. The ai'iNERNY shoe store is now an estaonsneci tact, and prepared to show all graders and styles of shoes. With New Energy, New BusinessIdeas And Stacks of Twenties HAS iiETXJRjNTEX). YOKOHAMA BAZAAR, CORNER ZSTXJXJrXJ -AND- HOTEL STREETS. McINEENT'S The undersigned begs to inform the public that be has opened an es tablishment at the corner of Qceen and Ncuanu sts., Honolulu, where will be kept in stock a full supply of Engineer's Findings; Steam and Water Pipe and Fittings ;Brasswork, Finished and Kougu; Hooker's Steam and Double Acting Pumps; Deep Well Pumps; Windmill Pumps; Hand Power Pumps of various de signs. l3eing sole agent and representa tive of the lirm of XV. T. Garkatt fc Co., of San Francisco, who are manu facturers of this line of goods. I am enabled to sell at prices never before quoted in this market, saving my customers the wholesale and jobbers profits. Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of the Richard's Lock Nut, which is an ordinary hexagon nut constructed so that it is impossible for the nut to become loose or slack, and fall off the bolt. It costs no more than the ordinary cold pressed iron nut and dispenses with the use of the lock washers, keys and split pins. This nut is now exclusively used on all the principal railroads and street cars lines in tne united otates. Samples and pamphlets furnished on application to the undersigned. Agent for the Siphon ater Elevator, which is automatic, for irrigation, city supply, farms, etc. This invention as its name indicates is based upon the principle of the siphon known to the Ancients but it is devised in such a manner as to I did not run away, but I was made nerv ous and could not conceal it. The woman told her brother and he sold me at once. '2Iv next owner was a merciless man. He placed me in the hack ser vice and I was driven night by men who abused me shame fully. This work was so rough that I was incapacitated in a very short time. They placed me in a pasture. where I had a delightful time for a couple of weeks. There were grass and trees and a stream just like in Monterey county. This came to an end all too soon. There was another sale like the very first one. "I was placed on a sailing vessel with about fifty other horses and in three weeks we were in Honolulu. There was scarcely a comfortable mo ment on the trip. "In Honolulu I became, without much delay, a tram horse. It was not fo bad at first. As the years sped on I fondly anticipated a rest, but the vacation never came. Finally they said I was too slow for tne cars and I was made a stable horse. When I heard Mr. Paine and his luna talking thought Water Notice. Owing to the drought and scarcity of water, the residents above Jadd street are requested to collect what water they may require for household purposes be fore 8 o'clock A. M. ANDREW BROWN, Superintendent Honolulu Water Works. Honolulu, II. I., July 20, 1894. 3744-tf WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK of Japanese Silk and Cotton, Crepes, Japanese Figured Silks, Fine Silk Pajamas, Ladies' Silk Nightgowns, Shawls. Handkerchief, Neckties, Kimonos, Silk Picture Frames, Fans, Fine Straw Hats, I creatly enlarge the field of applies tion. Used until today only for the drawing off of liquids to a lower level, Bamboo Screens, Porcelain and Lacquer Ware, TOYS, BAMBOO, TRAVELING BASKETS f o jc-l. ;o jl jtl JOi. iower xsuiDs, Japanese .uugs, ail sizes, ana everytning tnat goes to mate up a complete stock ; just what you want for presents. Our goods are marked low. CTGIVE US A CALL. 0 GENUINE Clearance -: Sale MTJEATA & CO. OF Irrigation Notice, Holders of water privileges, or those paying water rates, are hereby notified hard day and e nours 'or irrigation purposes are Irom 7 to b o'clock a. m. and 5 to 6 o'clock p. m. A. BROWN, Superintendsnt Honolulu Water Works. Approved : J. A. Kino, Minister of the Interior. Honolulu, May 25, 1894. 3693-ti 111 " i Dosrs for Sale. GO TO JEWELRY, WATCHES, clocks U.HALL A BELOW COST! ONE "POINTER DOG," thoroughly trained to hunt ing. On pheasants and ducks. he is second to none in the country: age 2 years. Also one "Pointer Bitch," partly trained, bred by A. J. Cartwrigbt out of his well known bitch "Queen." and tired by "Hecta," the finest speci men of a Pointer ever imported, and Grand Opportunity for Holiday Gifts. SONS J. E. GOMES, CORNER 3S39-2m 409 FORT STREET. Krmt 111 fa T H nn crVi f. plinn era might be agreeable. I was bitterly pinner of several prizes in the Colonies ; ,?iorinoi a Prrfiifrno man also, one L. C. Smith 12-guage hammer- sometimes a boy or a Japanese, drove e88ho?uf,A1 Cleaning atfi ?e Re PROGRAMME me and they knew less than the good woman in San Francisco. Their tug ging and jerking at tne lines, to say nothing of the beating, was worse than the check rein and the night rushes in the hack business. "One day Mr. Green, the agent for Miss Wilder'a humane society, came along and looked at me. Miss Wilder had said I was superannuated, and George Paris had remarked that I was pau for business. Mr. Green said I was played out and that it was a dis grace to humanity to keep me at work. He ordered me 'laid off till further orders.' I was given a very short re9t, then returned to the sprinkling cart. I had become quite well kuown to the ?tuuanu valley people, and Mr. Paine's bad faith was reported. Miss Wilder and Mr. Green interposed for me again. It was promised that I should have 'light work.' I did not notice much difference. My duty now was to draw loads of feed to the stalls up the val ley. The man beat me more than ever. I was tired and sore all over ; every minute. "This afternoon I broke down com- j pletelv. The driver cursed ami used the whip. He left the seat and kicked me. Then he found a club and bela bored me. I wanted to do the work, because I felt that I should, and also to escape the beating. This continued until I was in acute pain all through my poor old body. Mi3s Wilder came along and made the man stop beating me. She sent for Agent Green and a liceman. The driver said he would get a mule to help up with the load, if he was not arrested. The mule was brought, but I could not help him any, ana he was unable to take up the load. The driver did not know how to handle us, and would not listen to advice. At torney-General Smith and George I Paris came along. ! 'Tbe Attorney-General l?gan issu ing orders at once, ami the driver knew him and was afraid. I was taken from the wagon and led to the stable. A message was sent to Mr. Paine that he would be prosecuted if I was ill-treated any more. I hope this means a rest for me. If Mr. Paine had any respect for old age he would deal lightly with me." This recital almost exhausted the poor old horse. loading Outfit and Shooting Coats, etc. E&mFoT farther particulars, in quire of T. J. KING, 3845-2w California Feed Company. Kamehameha School for Girls, OF THE- Bicycle Eaces I Fort and TO BE HELD AT King Streets. The First Term of Kamehameha Girls' School opens Wednesday, December 19th Applications for admission may be addressed Miss Pope, either at Kameha meha Manual, or Miss Pope ill be in the Hawaiian Kindergarten Room, Qaeen Emma Hall, Saturday mornings, from 9 to 12,where she will be pleased to meet applicants. The tuition is fifty dollars a year. No applicants received under 12 years of age 3312-M 1 593-1 m KAPIOLAXI PARK, November 29, 1894 Hardware, Paints and Oils, Ship Chandlery, Leather, Pipe and Fittings Salt, Lubricating Oils tne sipnon now becomes an Automatic Water Elevator, which nnder favorable conditions is en dowed with great powers. In many instance?, land situated higher than the irrigation ditch can be irrigated at a nominal expense. The Siphon Elevator is especially adapted for such conditions, as it can elevate the water from the main irrigation ditch to a higher one, while the waste is available for irrigating the lower levels. The siphon elevators are made of brass and iron in sizes ranging in capacity of from two hundred to three million gallons per day. Estimates and plans furnish ed for new machinery and repairs. C. R. McVeigh, Consulting Engineer. Office and warehouse cor. Queen and Nuuanu sts., Honolulu. P. O. Box 457. Mutual Tel. 578. RED ROBBER STAMPS OF ALL KINDS! COMMENCING 3 O'CLOCK I?. 31. FUBN1TUEE ! 1. 1 Mile ; Maiden (scratch) ; 1st and 2nd prize. 2 mile; Open (scratch) ; 1st prize. 1 Mile ; Novice (handicap) ; ist and 2nd prize. 1 Mile Open (handicap) ; 1st and 2nd prize. .y Mile; Boys under 15 Tears: 1st and 2nd prize. 6. i Mile : Open (scratch) ; 1st prize. 3. 4. o. JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY -OF THE LATEST PATTERNS IN- HAWAIIAN GAZETTE (MY. SEP. 29 1894, I 1-1 I ' 1 PER. For Sale. 7. 1 Mile ;3-minute class (handicap); ist BedrOOlll SetS, Wicker Wai'C, aum -uu prut;. .WAl fl II 1 J .TV I J J VI. Cnelroniers and Chairs wenea, Lmerea, Lie s. 3 Mile Scratch : 1st prize Rambler Trophy ; 2nd prize Gold Medal ; 3rd prize Silver Medal . A LIMITED NUMBER OF SHARES in the South Kona Coffee Company. The Company has acquired five hundred acres of coffee land in fee simple at Papa 2, South Kona, Hawaii, about three and one-half miles from Hoopuloa landing. The land is among the best for coffee growing in Kona, the soil consisting of very rich a-a and is easily worked. A large number of shares have already been subscribed for. Apply to J. m. MONSAR1IA.T, ' Cart wright's Block, Merchant Street, Honolulu, 811 1592-tf Kead This ! Mother Castle telephoned to the Ad vertiser last night. Her message was: Tell the editor he should quote Proverbs, xn-10." The young man at the telephone made the bumlliat- TF YOU WANT A MOTIVE TOWER, J. order a Keg an v order a Regan Gas Engine; thev Aron or I'acific are th bes-t, pafest and simplest in the world. JOf. TINKER, foJe Ag-snt. J"".Stnd for catk'jtr.ef. Honolulu, 11. i. 26$S-xf General admission 50 cents ; Children under 15 years 25 cents; Grand Stand free ; Quarter Stretch Badges 50 cents extra ; Carriages admitted inside of track before the races at $1 for a single occupant and at 50 cents each if more than one occupant ;. Carriages will not be allowed across the track after the races have commenced. 3S44-2w For Sale. IO SUIT ALL AT THE LOWEST PRICES; ALSO, ALL KINDS OF MANU FACTURING DONE IN FURNITURE, BEDDING AND UPHOLSTERING, AND BEST QUALITY OF LIVE GEESE FEATHERS, HAIR, MOSS AND EXCELSIOR ON HAND; ALSO THE LATEST PATTERNS OF WICKER WARE IN SETS OR SINGLE PIECES. KEP J9C?"Special orders for Wicker Ware or all kinds of Furniture to suit at low prices. XX7"A11 orders from the other islands will receive our prompt attention Furniture will be well packed and goods sold at San Francisco prices. and Stamps for Office TJso. AUTOGRAPH AND MONOGRAM STAMPS! SEALING WAX STAMPS. COMPLETE OUTFITS For ZMarliina: Linen. BJ All orders sent by S.S. Australia will be filled by return boat. Call and see catalogue. I HAVE JUST IMPORTED and have for eale sixtv head of KINK YOUNG MUL'FS from 3 to 5 years old. Call and get terms be fore purchasing elsewhere. Call or ad dress B. T. McCULLOUGH, 3S4S-2w Arlington Hotel. J. HOPP & CO 5 W. E. BROWN, AGENT FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS 74 King Street DCThis office. 3S'"-tf Lost. GOLD GLOVE BUTfONER WITH A lost vesterdav afternoon Wharf or on the road chain and bancle attached, was on either Mail ieadine to the Kinau Wharf. 'J he ietters L. L. are marked on the bang e. A suitable re ward will be paid on its return to the Adveriiser o:tce. SS47-2t Daily Advertiser, 75 Cents per Month DELIVERED BY CARRIER, FOR SALE. ONE COLUMBIA LADIES' BICY cie on the instalment plan, to res ponsible party. The machine is perfectly new, has pneumatic tires. Ring up Mutual Telephone No. 83) and give yo'ir address if vou wish simply to see the wheel anJ know the terms. BICVOLE, S7Sl-tf Mutual Telephone 88.