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TILE PACIFIC COMMltClAX, ADVEBTISISIl: HO-KOIiXJIU, DECEMBER 21, 1894.
FREE SUGAR PUT ON THE SHELF,
After Pneumonia
Catarrh, Abscesses, and
Dyspepsia
Hood's Sarsaparllla Cave Robus
Health and Strength.
CASTLE (I ami.
SPECIAL CHEISTMAS
It Will Not Come Up Before the
Present Congress.
OF
SALE
IMPP HTIC K2S.
Hardware and
General
Merchandise
Tt TVT T m
f
H1UI
MOiriiAN TLKS OF TilK ONAL
FT
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Armenia For He! Death of lir
I.ep Nicaragua Hill To II I'aael
Soon Opening of th KHc lutajj
Snjr Planter Charge Cnpiracv.
Washington, December 1-. At 2
o'clock, Gray (I).), of Delaware, stated
that be had no desire to delay con
sideration of the canal bill, but he
considered the tariff bills of greater
importance, and he thought the
Senate should have an opportunity to
say whether these bills should be con
sidered. It was the duty of the Senate
to meet the challenge implied in the
bills. He did not think the discussion
of the bills would occasion any great
delay. He therefore moved to displace
the canal bill with the sugar bill.
Senator Morgan stated that, while
he favored the sugar bill, he should
be compelled to vote against Its con
sideration at the present time, owing
to the fact that be had been placed
in charge of the Nicaragua canal bill.
The bill as it came from the House
and as it was amended by the Senate
Finance Committee was then read,
after which Senator Berry (D.), of
Alabama, demanded the ayes and
noes on the question of consideration.
There was much shifting of chairs
while the vote was proceeding, and no
little delay in the announcement of
the result. When the announcement
did come it showed the defeat of
Gray's motion by a vote of 23 to J7.
A fw Naval Station.
"Washington, Dec. The vol
canic political conditions of the South
and Central Americau republics and
the numerous uprising In recent years
which necessitated great activity for
the Navy, have led Secretary Herbert
to create the South Pacific station,
with headquarters for the fleet at Val
paraiso or Callao. The station is now
embraced with the Pacific station,
which practically extends from Alaska
on the north to Cape Horn on the
poutb, antl west to Hawaii. The
Olympla will soon become the flag
ship of the North Pacific station, and
some one of the smaller vessels will
be made flagship of the South Pacific.
Two or three vessels will be assigned
to the new station, and when possible
they will be ships of the smaller class.
Senator Juajra Aiuemlauent.
Washingtom, Dec. In the Sen
ate today Senator Quay proposed a
substitute for the sugar bill now pend
ing in the Senate in the shape of an
amendment. It strikes out all of the
bill after the enacting clause and in
serts the following: 'Thatso much
of the act entitled 'An act to reduce
taxation, to provide revenue for the
Government and for other purposes,'
as provides that upon all sugars above
No. 1G Dutch, standard In color, and
upon all sugars which have been dis
colored, there shall be levied and paid
a duty of an eighth of one cent per
pound, in addition to a duty of 40 per
cent, ad valorem, is hereby repealed."
Armenia liegs for Help.
London, Dec. 11. A dispatch from
Constantinople says that the arrest of
the Armenians there continues. A
meeting of 3,000 Armenians was held
in Varna Sunday to protest against
the atrocities. A deputation from the
meeting, followed by a crowd of peo
ple, visited the foreign consuls and ap
pealed to them to ask their govern
ments to execute Article il of the
Berlin treaty.
aiaj H Tatted Soon.
Washington (D. C), Dec. 6. The
friends of the Nicaragua canal bill are
moving in both Houses to have the
measure passed during the present
session. Speaker Crisp is understood
to be favorable to it, and the Comit
tee on Kules Is therefore likely to
make some provision whereby it may
be taken up and acted upon without
delay.
Sugar Planters lrotet.
New Orleans, Dec. 4. A meeting
of the sugar Planters' Association has
been called for tomorrow to protest
against the alleged conspiracy of the
sugar trust to get control of the sugar
crop of the State, to prevent the plant
ers from selling their product else
where and forcing them to sell to the
trust on its own terms.
Another Free MUer Kill.
Washington, Dec. r. Senator
Power today introduced a bill provid
ing for the free coinage of silver, mak
ing the silver dollar to consist of 412J
grains of standard fineness, and these
ollars to be a legal tender for all
debts, legal and private.
Opening of the Reichttaf .
Berlin, Dec. 3. The session of the
Ileichstag was opened at noon today
in Eittersaale of the castle, instead of
the White Hall, which is being reno
vated. Emperor William delivered
his speech from the throne.
Death or m Minister.
"Windsor (England), Dec. 12. Sir
John Thompson, the Canadian Prime
Minister, expired here today after the
meeting of the Privy Council, at
which He was sworn in as a member.
Death of De Leaf eps.
Paris, Dec. 7. Count Ferdinand de
JLesseps died today at La Cbesnaye,
near Vantan, in the Department of
JVIndre. During the night he received
the last sacrament.
i mm i
The Advbbtiseb is the leading
daily paper of the Hawaiian Islands.
It has a larger circulation and adver
tising patronage than any paper
Sbhshd in the Hawaiian Island,
'topbona 83.
! 3Ir. TFw. TF. OtiM
Ii a well known blacksmith of Trenton, N. J.
II writes Illustrating the great building up,
blood, puxlfjlns powers of Hood's Sarsaparllla
after serious Illness :
- C. I. Hood tt Co., Lowell. Mass. :
"Inn pleased to make a statement of my ex
perience with Hood' j Earsspartlla. I am a
blacksmith and contracted a serer cold wbieh
Tloped Into pneumonia. Before I got orer
tit Illness, two large abscesses gathered oa xaj
Cabs. Different medicines failed to do me any
good. Catarrh and dyspepsia
Mado Me Vary Weak
and I lost flesh. I was adrlsed to take Hood's
Sarsaparllla. Before I had used a bottle I began
to feel better. I continued and bare taken Are
bottles aad It has cured me of all mj troubles
and made me perfectly welL I now hare a good
Mood's Cures
appetite and weigh fire pounds hea-rier than
erer before. I cannot recommend Hood's Sar
saparllla too hlghlj." TYm. W. Otu, 80
oebllng Street, Trenton, New Jersey.
Hood's Pills cure all Liter Ills, Biliousness,
J ana dice. Indigestion, Slak Headache. 23c.
KOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
3366 Wholesale AsenU.
WHITN ET' S
Toys
Our fctcck is the
largeft.
Toys
Oar assortment is
the best.
Toys
Our prices are the
LOWEST of any in
the city.
Toys
They aie going fast, eo
we would advise yoa
to BUY NOW, and
not wait till Decemler
24th p. m., as our best
things will be sold
before then.
WHITNEY' S
For Sale.
NEW UPKIGIIT DECKER
Piano : mahojrany case.
MRS. ALBERT S. WILLIS,
Corner King and Victoria streets.
3872-3ta
UNSWEETENED
Norwegian Condensed Milk
FOR SALE BY
II. V. SCH3IIDT & SONS
SS66-lw
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
41 NUUANU STREET,
TINSMITH?, PLCMRIKG, ETC.
Crosktrr and. GlaMwars.
Glassware, Fine
Theo. H.
Oak Screens,
Fine Easels,
Plain Lamps,
Rocking: Cliairs,
Fancy Tables,
Umbrella Stands,
Music Hacks,
Fane' Crockery in
Royal Worcester,
Crown Derby,
Satsuma,
Haviland,
Cloisenne,
Crescent China, etc.;
Glassware iii
Fancy Vases,
Cut Glass Decanters,
Rose Bowls,
Tumblers,
Wine Glasses etc.;
Bugs,
Velvet Pile Center Rugs,
Japanese Rugs,
Sofa Rugs,
Door Mats in Large Variety.
A Large Assortment in Fancy Plates, Plaques, Cups and Saucers, to be sold
singly or in sets.
SOLID SILVEE AND PLATED WAEE
TO BE CLOSED OUT UNDER COST.
DOLLS, TOYS,
The Largest Variety and Lowest Price of any House In Honolulu
65 LARGE CASES received ex S. S. Alameda and more to arrive by the S.S.
Australia December 1st.
ALL GOODS "were personally selected from the manufactures agents in New
York, and comprise a complete assortment of most Desirable Articles for Xmas
Gifts too numerous to mention in this advertisement.
BOOKS. The general verdict is : that we are showing this season, the finest
assortment ever offered for sale in this market. Our 25c. line of ftjll cloth
bound will astonish you. They are beauties.
Xmas Cards, Artistic Calendars, New Year Cards
The largest and finest line to select from in this city.
AEOLIAN ORGAN. If you haven't seen this wonderful Mcsicial Instru
ment, it will pay you well to call and examine it.
N. B. No trouble to show goods, everybody welcome.
REMEMBER THAT THE LARGEST STOCK AND THE
LOWEST PRICES
Are to be found only at
THE HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPANY,
LIMITED.
SOMETHING NEW!
Mexican
VERY FINE.
Said to be Super
ior to Havana? !
HOLLTSTER & CO.
Importer of Tobaoooa,
Crockery, Carpets. Kif ,
Davies & Co., L'd
SPECIAL
GAMES,
Cigars !
TRY THEM.
Cixaro. Smokers'
Sto., EU.
Linoleum, Etc, Etc,
T
-AND-
TEAS.
CEYLON, FLOWERY ORANGE
PEKOE in 5 pound boxes and in
quantities to suit.
ASAM PRIMROSE in 25 pound boxes
and in quantities to suit.
ENGLISH BREAKFAST CONGO in
5 pound Boxes and quantities to suit.
SHILLING'S BLOSSOM in canisters of
1 pound each.
COMET OOLONG in 15 and 30 pound
boxes.
SILVER STATE OOLONG ia IS and
36 pound boxes.
FORMOSA OOLONG in 5 pound
boxes.
JAPAN, UNCOLORED in 5 pound
boxes.
JAPAN, YOUNG HYSON in 5 pound
boxes and in quantities to suit.
CHINA, different grades in chests.
HENRY MAY & CO.'S BLENDED in
quantities to suit.
Shortly Expected,
CHOICE TEAS FROM KONA
BZOIST-A. COFFEE.
FINE OLD SELECTED in bags ot 100
pounds each.
FINE SELECTED, 1 year old, in
bags of 1C0 pounds each.
ROASTED A.ND GROUND COFFEE a
specialty; roasted and ground
daily.
E&-IOR SALE BY
EENRY MAY I CO,
Tea-: Dealers -: and
Roasters,
Coffee
FORT STREET.
Warehonse.
0
Why not bay useful things
for Christmas presents? They
are just as welcome then, as
at any other time, and serve
the purpose for which they
were intended. Does it strike
you as a sensible idea?
What is more suitable for a
holiday gift than THE WIL
COX & GIBBS light running
AUTOMATIC SEWING
MACHINE. .
FEATHER DUSTERS,
LAMPS, CUTLERY.
A nice Chamois Skin or
Carriage Whip; a light DOG
CHAIN that will stand a ten
sile strain of 1500 B: This is
something new and decidedly
the strongest chain of its kind
made. You need a Step Lad
der when you fix up your
Christmas Tree. Pocket Knives
for the little ones; Razors for
the older ones. COOKING
UTENSILS and HOUSEHOLD
goods for the home. Do not
some of these useful things
impress you as acceptable
presents?
Would not a LIFE INSUR
ANCE POLICY in the NEW
ENGLAND MUTUAL be a joy
forever or a FIRE INSUR
ANCE POLICY in the iETNA
be a welcome gift?
Useful things always have a
value and are always welcome.
CASTLE & COOKE.
IMPORTERS,
Hardware and General Merchandis fc
Vi
l
WATCH
WILL. BE MADE TO KEEP EXCELLENT
TIME IF LEFT
THREE
DAYS
WITH
Fairer & Co.,
The Well-known unci Reliable
Watohmakerw,
515 FORT STREET.
If satisfaction is notj;ivpn, your money
will be returned in full. Island orders
will receive prompt attei.tion.
3856-v
Nestle's MilJc Food for infants has, during 25
years, grown in favor with boih doctors aad
mothers throughout the world, aad is now un
questionably not only the best subtitute for
mothers' milk, but the food which agrees with
the largest percentage of infants. It gives
strength and stamina to resist the weakening
effects of hot weather, and has saved the lives of
thousands of infants. To any mother sending
her address, and mentioning this paper, we will
send samples and description of Nettie's Food.
Thos. Leeming Co., Sole Ag'ts. 29 Murray St, N. T.
Xiao Agency for
XESTLE'S 3IIL.K FOOD
IS WITH THE
Hollister Drn? Company, Limited
523 Fort Street, Honolulu, H. I.
To Whom It May Concern.
-VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEK
that any person orpersons puchas
ing from See Quon of Kalihi, Oahu, his
interest in and to a lease to Bee Quon
and See Lin from llanoel A. Barate, said
purchaser will be held responsible for tie
fall amount duo on a mortgage to the
endtnigned. P. G. OAUARIN08.
Hoalla, ZTerexmber 16. 1894.
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