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THE PACIFIC COMStLEIlCLAL, AJ V JSKTISISK : HONOIAJIiU, DECEMBER 8, 1894,
telligence to put the grapes up uni formly, and in neat and attractive wooden baskets. The curious fea ture of this subject and it conveys a valuable lesson is, that these EIawaiian G AZETTK Company grapes are transported over a thous and, even fifteen hundred miles, to The Pacific Commercial Advertiser !u3 Bvery Moroinj, Exoept Sunday, by th t u. 3IK Merchant Street. W. S. ARMSTRONG, EDITOR. SATURDAY, : DECEMBER 8, 1804. SELECTING1 A PASTOR. Jimly 5opie$ LA BELLE BERNARDINE; OR The Banker's Bride. A Tale of Honolulu. CHAPTER I. A BLIOHTED LIFE. Bernard in e, the Banker's Bride, the In selecting a pastor, the Ceutral Union Church is confronted with unusual difficulties. The Church, in an isolated community like this, holds a more prominent position than it does where there is constant touch with the outside world. Be sides, in the Central Church the December 8, One of the plantation mana places where grape3 equally good, and perhaps better, can be raised and sold on the spot. We have bought Lake Erie grape3 in Savan nah, Ga , and, at the same time, have seen and tasted a better grap; raised in the vicinity of that city. Intelligence and skill have taken this grape crop everywhere. The doing. negro and white man, in the South, The difficulty' which island Suddenly the fair girl pauses and i rtftrtr, orii MB : . . jrazes reproacniuuy at mm. "Jjougiaa raises corn and cotton, and says it steamers have exne.rienrprl Blanchard she lav: "when I con- don't pay. If you ask him why he . . , . sented to be your wife, you promised ,7Q nf ro?Bp crmnpa 1ip trill renlv r r9" m me aii mat renuemeni eouici wisuanu uu " t i ' tJ it i wea til pod (1 nurr hasp." 'Reckon. I don't know how." So making landings on .uaui ana uj tiidl b- sa t,Look around the thrifty Erie shore are supplying the people the argument favoring the gers who had his eye on an bride of a few short hours, paced ner- J I vously up and down her sumptions VVery otUDuie Ulgger last boudoir. Her eyes were unnaturally week Still has niS eve on stained she who had thought she tr Knf Tif hni mnvpH :r ro l, would have been so happy ! it, out ne nas moved it to nis Ag for a3 the raan w0 watche(j her plantation, where, under his wa the anxiety he could not conceal 1 I what was hi velm to him now? Vine and fig tree, he can Sit and "Merciful Heavens!" was his thought; , . j r i t she weep, h nd I would give my mil- watCh the WOnderiUl work It IS lions to brins; back the smile on that What can have changed NO MORE MOTHS NO MORE BED BUGS NO MORE ROACHES Used by the United Government. States DEAD STUCK 11 fair face. her thus?" mm m ml . 1 it farmers of the Lake Hawaii is a great Dig point in tr'K: which you are environed." "iou have trifled with me," she I m .A 1 . . T A, L I mm 1 accepted standard of pulpit excel- " uuiiuing 01 an ibiaiiu caoie oy says co d y. . . . . . means of eunnlvins their own t? ! u "I pledge you my w Ience is high, owing to the lact tnai 4 t t - n:-.. "Ic: guimc.ji. A-vc,i wuii swers earnestly; "I ranr if on .nryimnnif lpa rfint.i n so ' t urniilH nnf nav pynpncpc rinr everv promise, sopai I CllUUgU lb. I mg onl." he an- have fulfilled ns or expense have been soared: the decorations of the first two years, the this mansion are palatial; the old advantage it would be to every sacked for rare and costly furnishings. IT one on the islands would be so J.,d?.n As,4ona tne LEAVES tuugiu ui me wauu ui truiiu. fully recognized at the end of "-Douglas Blanchardr The wo J o I man's voice is firm: but a look of that period that after that time wistful sadness Is in those large blue - i . - m. i trj to w c XJiMuv uaiuj ouc; x Doliticians. The Populist vote lt. wouiu uc cii auppuruiig, peats: -ac unen tn tne closet ts not .. J T I JPrOUll 8 tjiUTlrOCK.' really gave them the lrancnise, De- ctiiu pubiuiy piuuwuic. xct "Merciful Heavens!" he gasps; 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 Bags, 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- many men and women who have seen the world, and have listened to the best preaching and, naturally, desire to make their own pulpit standard correspond with that of the best, elsewhere. The rising of the average intelli gence, in these days, also makes the conditions for pulpit success cauges it wa8 believed they would the agitators agitate and the J8 noun,5?L mnr fliffimU The tendencv of . , & fa trayed; I told them to get the Best!" .. . oa.:a bevery grateful, and return the enthusiasts enthuse. (To be continued in our next.) preachers, in response to tne a e- f hvnf:no. fhft pnnn1?Bt ticket. , . . mands of congregations, to depart Aftprh' n V frflnch:ge. silverware goes to WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE. Governor Waite, of Colorado, and the Ponulists. find that the women of that State are excellent IT IN THE CRACK AN INSECT POWDER it from purely doctrinal teaching, re- they fiized up the Populi8tgf found you at 25 per cent, less than quires a wider range of knowledge, them practical anarchi8ts, and you ve ever paid for the a profounder study ot the vast and VQted again8t them The Populists same quality should be induce- compiicatea vaneiy 01 numan m- fcel nke the darkej) when the ment enough for eyeiy Qne tQ vcrcotB. xu, woeo , ""-t mue kicted him : "I doan't want ronle would be hopelessly . i t ? c r x--- , . no more muie. 1 in epu-ivua ui j n. .: ewamped in trying to work out dem critter8 ecL ur assortment contains alone the problems of life, they ' some beautiful single pieces must, by a law of necessity, look The sugar planters of Louisiana, and sets, so pretty in fact that to some onejftittJaWlig bolted the Democratic ticket, they will hot remain long with kafety mItcS" P for them, lwgj.y.anci in the la8t election, secured nothing uS. You 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 sponge 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 Bags 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. Ladies are often afraid that the color of "Dead Stuck" will stain light material. This is a mistake, as when exposed to the air the color fades oat entirely. To prove this place a bottle of "Dead Stuck" in strong sunlight for one day and it will become perfectly white. . Be sore 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 cannot long all sret the brand of itmnitoejfu,! I br it. They could not carry any k.... ,u ,-i . .t. demand for good considerab,e number of white ybtes S The growing preachers 111 tne unuea oiaies,.nas oyer to the Republican ticket, and been met witn an inadequate sup- the vote of their 0WQ employees, ply, owing to many reasons, and it who are negroes, was already Re- lfl wen Jtnown loai a consiucrame 1 T,ubljcarj, numDer ox ingusnmen nave immi grated to the United States, in or- Is another column will be found der to meet the demand. I some interesting recollections of the rose bug. If you do not feel that you can afford solid goods, we can accommoaate you in - . . the plated line and serve you just as satisfactorily. We have been careful in our selec- First-class in quality. Controlled by ourselves only and at prices to suit the times. HON DIG COMPANY, Manufacturers' Agents. The pulpit is, to some extent, in building of the Kawaiahao church, tions buying only what is really a transition state. A new order of Every item connected with its men is required, who are able to structure, has a historical import keep abreast of, and lead, the aver- ance, as it concerns the most prom age intelligence of the congrega- inent landmark of American colo- tion. The older men are being re- nization, in this place. tired, just as old army officers are useful and of good value to our customers. If you have never used a Dietz's oil stove with an oven and real cooking utensils, you probably do not know its retired, even when they are capable, The more Mr. Bush contemplates value; you're probably "agin" and valuable. the political situation, the surer he oil stoves, because the small Recent experiences, in many I is that restoration will take place one you have had smoked and The Daily Advertiser, 75 cents a month Delivered by Carrier tuition Solrs. places, show, that the pulpit will at once. He is like the Irishman, occupy a stronger position than it who bought a telescope, and point has ever held. In the old pulpits, ed it at a pig on a distant hill. It the prachers fired dogmas, and pa- brought the pig so near, he said, per pellets at Satan. In the new he could hear it grunt. pulpits, the preacher will plant and unlimber his guns, and fire solid shot into that old fiend, and after he ha3 crippled him, jump out of 1 the pulpit, and head a charge on him, with his congregation, in trained ranks behind him. Con gregations are rapidly finding out the terrible power of the priest and tne.soiaier, wnen united in one man, and are, unconsciously, look ing for young, daring, and sensible men, who will organize, and lead them. uonsiaering tne intricate, emoar- The undersigned. W. F. Allen, guardian rassing work to be done here, in- of the property of Walter ltoss OpferRelt , . , , A . I . and Leonora Opferpelt, minors, bv virtue volving all sects, and touching of an order of the Hon. W. A. Whiting, many races, the difficulty of raak- .ne tu.e wges of the Circuit Court for 1894, will sell at public auction, at the sales room of James F. Morgan, in Ho nolulu, on James F. Morgan. THIS DAY. Holies of Winn's Sale. ing the best selection is indeed great. It concerns those, al?o, who listen to no preaching, but recognize the power of good work. THE GRAPE INDUSTRY. Saturday, the 8th day cf Dscember AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, There is a remarkable instance . - , . , T1..1 of the use of trained intelligence All 01 111B flip, HUB dM 1QI6M and skill, in the production and marketing of the grape crop, raised on the southern shores of Lake Erie, X. Y. The soil along that shore is peculiarly well adapted to the business ; but there are, all over the States, many places equally well adapted to it. A few intelligent men, some years ago, began the of KiiJ minors in nnd to ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND SlTt'ATED AT PaVOA, HONOLULU, OaHC, being a part of Royal Tatent No. 213. to 1. Naone, and being the same premises describe! m deed from Charles llliam liruce to P. Opfergelt, dated October oth, 1S. of record in the Hawaiian Reg- cultivation oi me jon- - I T-.A. T T"V TT 1 t Y- IT cord and Isabella grape, and sup- rTerms Carfi. Deed at expense of plied the near markets. Gradually purchaser. the trade has extended. Hundreds "W. F. AL.L.EN, of car-loads of grapes are Sent to I Guardian of the property of Walter Ross all parta of the United States from this spot. They are found in the markets of Colorado, Texas, Louisi ana, 'Georgia and Florida. The grape-grower hive had enough in- Opfergelt and Leonora Opfergelt, minors. 1C05-2 Jus. 3S62-U Jt Morgan, AUCTIONEER. blackened your saucepan. Do not estimate the convenience and worth of a Dietz by com parison with one of the small sort. The plan upon which the large ones are built precludes the possibility of smut, smell or explosion. It will cook a meal for two cents and give you as much satisfaction as an iron stove. You may use it in any part of the house without the labor and trouble of removing the stove pipe; the Dietz is its own smoke consumer and needs no pipe to carry it off. We sell them complete at a price that will surprise you. Among our silverware, (an additional lot by the Australia) we find some very elegant flasks, men's size, which will be appreciated by those who need a little "drop o' suthin1 " to keep their spirits up. We have smaller sizes, both plain and engraved. I he new refrigerators, the j Alaska," is the best we have ever seen. lne air channels mm are constructed so that the air strikes the ice directly on top . and must go entirely around it and become thoroughly cooled before it de- cends to the compartment for meats, etc. The Alaska is by tar the best made refrigerator we have ever handled. It is economic of ice and is a "good looker." If you need any serviceable article for the holidays it will be to your interest to examine our stock. CASTLE & COOKE. SS60-tf Kawaiahao FAIR ! December 14th and 15th, 1804 Drink Cherry Phosphate ONLY AT- Proceeds to be devoted for ths con struction of a newroDfto the Historic Kawaiahao (Native) Church. BENSON, SMITH &Co.'s ADMISSION: 25 CENTS. Children Half Price. Refreshment Extra. 3,60-td HAWAIIAN WATERCOLOR Xraas Cards, Artistic and Original. WdXtfc YvltetS AwvuvoVce choice tAxXoVes, Monochromes, etc , j'Ltst to hemet -io,oooFtfnvouldiug e-. S c ?to ewer TV an ' ' KING Tic Hauaflm Hardware Co. Lti THE JVETTTTTA.L LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK ART -:- STORE, 3S57 ! HOTEL STREET. To the Public. I HAVE OPENED UP A COM plete stock of Groceries and carry eve rj thing needed lor your table. New uoods arriving by every steamer. Call and get my prices before baring. GE. McINTYKE, 3855 27t 322 Xanana street. RICHARD A. McCVRDT President. Assets December 31st, 1893 : 6186,707,680.14 A Good Record, the Best Guarantee for the Future. o CT-FOR PARTICULARS, APPLY TO S. B. ROSE, General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.