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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL "AD VjaKTISEB:' HOKDIi'PIi'DT DECEMBER" 7, 1894, The Pacific Commercial Advertiser Iul Kvery Morning, Exoept Sunday, by the Hawaiian Gazette Company t No. 3IH Merchant Street. W. N. ARMSTRONG, EDITOR FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1894 ADMIRAL WALKER. There is much correspondence from Washington, sent to the dif ferent naoers. on the attitude of "Mr. Cleveland toward Admiral Walker. The latest i-, that Captain "Bob" Evanp, who ha3 lately be come intimate with the President, 13 crowding the Admiral out of the warm place3. It is said that this 13 due to the Admiral's decided at titudo in our matters. But, we are quite sure that Captain Evans takes the came decided views, regarding our affairs, that Admiral Walker takes. At least he did so a year ago, and we do not believe that he has changed his mind. If he ha expre33ed to the President, the views which he held among hi3 friends, we do not need a better friend. It ia one of Mr. Cleveland's trials that the navy men are against him, and their solid, compact, organized opinion, has much force. We have no doubt that during the last few months, the President, from the information furnished to him, by Mr. Willis, who fully un derstands the situation here, and is able to deal with it, wisely, if "called upon to do so, and from informa tion furnished by the able navy men, who have been stationed here, has, to some extent, reconstructed his views regarding our revolution ary movement. At the same time, he can find reasons enough, if he wishes them, for delaying to take any action in our affairs. . f - . No doubt he feels that his politi cal work, regarding the tariff, has not been appreciated even by his own party, and, that he is far in advance of it Under the cir cumstances, he prefers, probably, to let things settle down, and let the country run itself for awhile. maintain Anglo-Saxon dominance. To richly endow it would be an excellent political move, and a masterly business operation ; the building of a solid bulwark around our Republic. If we are in for a brain fight, here, let us use our brains to the best advantage; throw out inducements to a large clas3 of most desirable people to come here, and take a hand with us. There is "no money in eight" j in this scheme, but there is strength, and Americanism, and money too, in it, just below the horizon. The average business man will call this a wild scheme ; but as the great Vanderbilt used to say, "the average business man usually gets left," and the great successes are on lines he never thought of. We have got to adopt some he roic treatment here, for our politi cal diseases are many. One of the very best methods is to bring here a large class of people, who have the means for educating their chil dren, and will come, provided we give them just what they want. In this way, also, the tendency of our rich people to emigrate will be checked. We cannot rely on private char ities. The splendid benevolence of Mr. Bishop, and the rich bequests of his wife, are rare in any coun try, and will seldom be repeated here by others. It is for the State to take hold, in the discharge of its duty as the guardian of Anglo- Saxon institutions. Preparing for Christmas. Mrs. Boardmau's "Ka Maile" stock is nearly all sold and anticipating a heavy demand for Christmas goods she ordered a flue line of Fancy Arti cle?, etc., which arrived on the Aus tralia. Her large and commodious lanai will be fitted up as a show room. All her old customers and the Hono lulu people in general are invited to inspect this magnificent stock of Christmas Goods. 3S61-3t Jimly Sopiej (December Sc. In time of rain prepare for drought. Anyone would im agine that the great rain fall we have had during the past few weeks would have a de pressing effect upon the sale of Aermotors. It has not. A half dozen men, interested on different sugar plantations and who have suffered consider- bride of a few short hours, paced ner- able lOSS owing to the long vously up and down her sumptious j vt r i f l, boudoir. Her eyes were unnaturally urougnt oi last summer nave bright, her cheeks pale ana tear- decided to use Aermotors to LA BELLE BERNARDLNE; OK The Banker's Bride. A Talc of Honolulu. CHAPTER I. A BLIGHTED LIFE. she stained she who bad thought would have been eo happy! ho watched her pump Work OAEU COLLEGE. If the Caucasiau holds his own in these islands, it will be done only by the very best brain work. The alien race3 will not permit any trifling. The Americanist must do solid work, or go to the wall. The American phalanx is being slowly surrounded, and it will be cut off and overwhelmed in the course of time if it don't keep itself, like a battle ship, always cleared for ac tion. The real situation is not un derstood by the great majority of our people, and the danger is not appreciated. As this contest is one of brains, the best thing to do is to facilitate the best brain work here. Therefore, among other thing3, make Oahu College so attractive that hundreds cf young men and women will come here aud take its courses. In the great population of the United States there U. an increasing number of young people who desire to study, but are kept from it by climatic conditions. In a few years there will be thousands of such young people in the United States, and, if the right induce ments are held out, they will come to U3. The resources of our climate are a3 valuable as our resources of soil indeed, more so. There is no reason why we should not "bank" on our climate, and make these islands one of the world's great sanatori ums. If Oahu College is extended and sufficiently endowed, aud its facilities and advantages properly, and systematically, advertised in the States, it would, in time, bring very large numbers of parents, who would educate their children here, and manv of them would settle. If the institution acquired reputation, it would attract 'students from all the countries bordering on the Pacific. The endowment of the college should come from the Government, because our Government must, ow ing to many causes, be a paternal one, especially in ita mission to Toe editor of the Holomua was fined $100, and costs, yesterday in the District Court for using sedi tious language. The Government has usually treated the seditious language of this paper as Uncle Toby treated the.fly : " Poor insect, go ; the worm is large enougn ior thee and me." But, in this in stance, it determined to brush off he fly, and it has done so. The Holomua has been a small vent hole for the escape of innocuous ndignation of persons who have some grievances regarding a past event in our history, and it has been the policy of the Government to let the hole remain open. In driving the plug into it, for a mo ment, it relieves the better class of the community from the nuisance of some noise, and gives the op pressed editor an opportunity to reflect on the tremendous sacrifices he is making for something or other he himself don't know exactly what. It is fortunate for the editor that if he can't get any seriou3 ' convictions " way, he can get convicted in th Police Court. use water for irrigation. was began on one out by Kamoiliiii on and the others will be put up in their turn. As for as the man w with the anxiety he could not conceal, what was his wealth to him now? Merciful Heavens!" was his thought; she veep, and I would give my mil lions to bring back the smile on that fair face. What can have changed 1 . 1...-OM Suddenly the fair girl pauses aud These gentlemen selected the gazes reproachfully at him. Douglas a rmnfrkr lnnc w hnz Voon Sianchard," she says; "when I. con- tt.ermor.or oecause it nas oeen sented to be your wife, you promised tr;e(j and proven the only mill me all that refinement could wish and r J wealth could purchase." that . will operate pumps large "I did!" he says. 4lLook around , e . . . A you See on every side the sump- enough for irrigation purposes. SSeeaUCe wUh We do not know of any other s&7ldlyVe trifled WiUl me'" wIndmi11 that supply as saf pledge you my word," he an- much water in as light a wind swers earoesuy; x uve ----- nc fhfX Apm,nfr every promise, opuius ut caubd have been spared; tne uecorauous . ..Trm Armnfnr Tc rWnrr thf this mansion are palatial; the old Ane iermotor IS uOing tne world -and the new- have been ran- heaw lead this week and aluminum the lip-ht comedv. . . . i i t 1 V. If I Douglas Bianchard!" The wo- We believe this is the lightest man's voice is firm; but a look of cf.rnno. n..'. for nlmnQf nnv wistful sadness ia in those large blue strong material ior almost any eyes. "Douglas Blauchard," she re- purp0se to which metal is put. peats: The linen in the closet is not fL - r sprouirs Shamrock! The sauce pans and fry pans "Merciful Heavens!", be gasps;-"it , f . - . . ia not vou but I that have been be- made ot it are quite as servic- trayed; I told them to get the ijesti I able as either iron or agate TV. 7, r strut f -nil rri 1 u. mif tXfJTT. 1 - V-IW 1Ulltl.l.Vl. , I, . - . .. . ware, ine sieeve nriKs as strong, possibly stronger than gold or silver. At a dollar a pair they beat anything the world ever saw. A whiskey flask in aluminum and covered NO MORE MOTHS NO MORE BED BUGS NO MORE ROACHES by the United Government. States 11 Auction Salts.. By Lewis J. Levey. THIS DAY. VWT AUCTION Household Furniture wiA a cord net is as uni(iue an article as we have had in fancy goods. A popular field glass in France and England is known as the "Fred Archer." It has twelve lenses and is extremely powerful. We have a few pairs which are indis pensible to the man who travels or visits the race track. We have sold what is consid ered the finest glass made but we fail to see where thev I am instructed by Mr. ALh. Jlc- KIBB1N, to eell at Pub.ic Auction, at his Kesidence, Keretnnia St., adjoining YW shin; ton Place, 0!N" FRIDAY, DEC, 7 AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., The Wiio'e of his Household Furniture and EfTiCts consisting in part of ROSEWOOD -:- SOFA! Easy Giiairs, Marble-top Center Table. Fancy Tables, Whatnots, etc.. JLarni Koa Sideboaid, Koa Side Tables and Chairs, Uhandeheis, lland Fonie 'iabe Lamps', Cut iable and Cutlery, LJreak- in any other J fastt Tea and China Ware; Walnut, Koa equal the 'lreci Archer. James JF. Morgan. THIS DAY. Cut glass has always had a prominent place with us and as the demand warrants it we add to the stock. We have AUCTION SAIiE OF Christinas Goods andiron Bedsteads. Handsome Maho gany Wardrobe, I'reaus, Washstinds, Chairs, Kocking Chairs, Ice Llox, Meat Sale, Charter Oak Stove and Utensils, Lawn Mower, Hwo Sprinkler, harden Seats. Wire Flower Stands, a fine collec tion u Fern3, Orchids, Potted Flams, just received some very choice inexpensive pieces suitable for table use. Everyone knows Bows and Arrows for Archsry ! the value of cut glass just as etc , etc. A COM Pi-fcT K OK 1 Half-bred Jersey Milking Cow. This Day, December 7th AT IO O'CLOCK A. M.. At the Premises, Xo. 57 Punchbowl s reet, I will sell at Public Auction, bv order of Mrs. KENNEDY and Mis. HAKNHAKDT, LINK OF Handsome Christmas Articles ! J" as. I Morgan, SSOMt AUCTIQVEFR. THIS JLAY. Lewis J. Levey, 3Sr,S 4t AUCTIONEER. Mice 0! Guardian s Sale TUBS OF m AT AUCTION On Friday, December 7, AT IO O'CLOCK A. M., I am directed by Mr. .'AS. B. CASTLK, Collector-'ieneral of Customs, to sell at Pubhc Au ti n,at my Salesroom, Queen Street, the following Lets of Sai per i?. Oceanic from Yokohama, November 19tb, 1S94: Marks: fCWCo 19 tuls Saki, 1041 gals., 1 C W tfc Co uor or less. H. W. S. r9 tabs Saki, 350 tali., more or less. erms Cash. U. S. Gold Coin. Jas. y. Morgan, SS60-2t AUCTIONEER. they do the value of laces. We have been careful to select servicable low priced articles something within the reach o anyone who wants such things Our stock of lamps this year excels anything of the kind ever shown in Honolulu. The styles are different, the -3 6- s-v -v- -iY ai n r Tl,.Wc;rl W.-P. 411Pn.rninr.li.iTi CLUiauuiii inuic Mta3uj- ciii of the property of Waiter Koss Opferjreit I the prices lower than any we have ever had. The collection of onvx tables is more at tractive than usual and just what is wanted by people who believe in artistic decorations in their homes. An easy chair that may he arranged in any reclining pos ition imaginable has been or sale in the United States ior the past year or two with great success. We have a couple of these chairs for people who want comfort after a hard days work. If you never saw one of these stand up-and lie down chairs come and see ours. The Avery Fertilizer Distri butors and Cultivators which we mention in another column are rapidly selling. They are labor saving machines and needed on every plantation. and Leonora Opferpelt, minors, by virtue of au order of the Hon. W. A. Whiting, one of the judges of the Circuit Court for the First Circuit, dated November bin, 1S94. will sell at public auction, at the sales room of James F. Morgan, in Ho nolulu, on Saturday, t h c 8th day ::' December AT 12 O'CLOCK NTOON, All cf tie RiiM, Title eM Interest i of said minors in and to ALL, THAT TRACT OP LAND SlTl'ATED AT PaVOA, HONOLUIX, A HIT, beinr a part of Royal Patent No. 213 to P. Naone, and being the same premises described in deed from Charles Williara Brace to P. Opfergelt, dated. October 5th, 1SSG, of record in the Hawaiian Reg istry of Deeds in Liber 1S2, page 314. Upset Price Five Hundred Dollars. 5 "Terms Cash. Deed at expense of purchaser. Guardian of the property of Walter Ross Opfergelt and Leonora OpfeVgelt, minors. . 1605-2 The Daily Advertiser, 75 oeott a month Delivered by Carrier The HauaQan Hantaan Co. Ltd. DEAD STUCK 13 n irs. This product is powder in liquid form; bright red and of a pungent, healthful, tar odor: on drying a silvery-white insect powder is precipitated. It will positively kill, not only every insect, such as Bed Bugs, Ants, Roaches, Moths, Mosquitoes, Black Beetles, but the very germs of these pests, in fact every conceivable kind of vermin which infest human habita tion. Dealers are authorized to refund money if not found as represented. It is a splendid disinfectant; is entirely free from SPRINKLE poison and will not stain the most delicate fabric; more clean- IT IN THE CRACK IT LEAVES AN INSECT POWDER ly than paste or powder. Saturate your winter clothes and furs with the mixture before wrapping them away for the summer. Sprinkle twice a month on your carpets and upholstered goods to keep them from being moth-eaten. After using it open doors and windows for a little while, and your apartments will be disin fected and sweet. By putting a few drops on the cradle; on the bed stead; or on the baby carriage your child will not be annoyed by mosquitoes. Saturate a sDonge with the mixture: hang it in the open doors or windows and mosquitoes will not go near it. . When the mattresses, sofas, folding-beds, etc., are infested with Bed Bugs use the patent spout, which comes with every bottle. For Roaches use the spout or sprayer, if necessary. Insects die at once by the hundreds. Price 25 cents per bottle. : Ladios are often afraid that the color of "Dead Stuck" will stain light material. This is a mistake, a9 when exposed to the air the color fades out entirely. To prove this place a bottle of "Dead Stuck" in strong sunlight for one day and it will become perfectly white. Be sure to ask for "Dead Stuck" and see that the trade mark of bug with pin stuck through is blown in every bottle. Beware of oily and greasy imitations. FOR SALE BY HOBRON DRUG M D AN V 1, Manufacturers' Agents. Drink Cherry Phosphate ONLY AT BEN SOjST, SMITH &Oo.'s dJ&fc Tilted - etc . " to FtaTifl - 40,000 Ft .moulding t JL -IE MXJTXJH, LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK RICHARD A. McCXJRDY President. Assets December 31st, 1893 : $186,707,680.14 A Good Record, the Best Guarantee for the Future. 3GT-FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO S. B. ROSE, Gbeneral Agent for Hawaiian Islands.