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1HE PAOIEO COMMBBCial -DEBTISZgU HQUQIiTJIP. ..JANUARY. 5. 0805.
The Pacific Commercial Miser Iud Every Morning, Excpt Sunday, by th Hawaiian Gazette Company At No. 318 Merchant Street. WALLACE R. FARRIHOTON, EDITOR. SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1895. AMERICAN VIEW OP IT. The exposition of the question of annexation from an American standpoint, aa given by General A S. Hartwell, deserves the careful at- tention, not only of the friends of annexation in thi9 country, but of w every citizen, whoever and wher- ever he may be, that claims loyalty to the American flag. As General Hartwell says, the United States cannot stand aloof from its inter ests in this country. The longer it delays action, to just that extent it is iearjordizine its own advantages. m 4 v The benefits received are far from being all in the Hawaiian pan of the scale. . . - . , The impression is far too preva- lent with the average citizens of the United States who give the other injared by alcohola state m Hawaiian question -cauaual atten- t''&SS& tionthafwe are groveling before: alcohol, even in small dose s,-will Uke the throne of grace simply for our off both the mental and moral bloom. . j 1 , vr-f ..-in I will say more, it is not only no own gam and glory. Not until by, hdpr orwork,it-is a certain hind some happy chance they come in' crer of work, - and every ;man iwho centact with and know the situa- comes to the front of a.profession' in . . . j lt 1 . Xondon. is--marked by -this one tion as it is, do they wake up to lxhAt tfae more busy .he the fact 'that 'they, "as Am- gels the. less alcohol he stakes. Now ericans, have interests not let 'nre say that I em spewking . , , . A . . v olainJy and -earefnllT Tfhen 3. tell to be despised in this country. fI tm icou9ii6t&hi7ithin Interests, in fact, which will admit the mark in .declaring that'in the of no dlllyAiallying policy, else?' round bf my'hotpital wards seven out j ttt a :ii of every ten owe their ill-health to some day Uncle Sam will wake up to the fact that the sweet morsel with which he has been carelessly playing is in other hands, and he is left in the cold with an aggress only Natural naval outpost on the' XXCiaUU UAMWU ammo Pacific Coast. These are live is sues which the American must needs meet in time, to maintain his supremacy. WOODEN BREAD. Modern science stops at nothing. Engineers, chemists and profes-1 sional men of every stamp are con- ..... r I ewiuuy iiuuiug um ovmo ucnr uu6- get from the mine of the great un known. Too often the results of years of study and unrelenting toil attract attention for the moment ; the world accords the inventor a pleasant smile and best wishes for success, and the waves of time wash out the little mark which one poor mortal has endeavored to make in the hard sands of ad vanced science. In the line of edible products wooden bread is one of the latest, according to the Berlin correspond ent quoted in another column. This is indeed a remarkable inno vation to perpetrate on the public. Chemists have tqld us that for years our digestive organs have been wasting a portion of their en ergy threshing out the nutrition from the indigestible cellular tis sues that surround it. Again, they told us that the phosphorous of fish would furnish all the brain force requisite to carry one through the trials of this earth. Another noted authority tells us to eat eggs, nothing but eggs, if we desire the best nutritive results from the least amount of chewing. Now Prof. Atwater, a prominent chemist of Middletown, Ct., and numerous others of his profession, come along and inform the pub lic that fish-eating for brain-production is a myth of the ancients, egg-eating is all right, but much more time would be saved if the nutritive elements of all foods could be extracted and put in the' 1 I form of pellets. By this scheme the business man who is not com ing home to lunch asks his wife for one of those dainty uair pills, a cranberry pie tablet" and a dough nut powder. What greater con venience could the. time-pressed lawveT. doctor or merchant desire ? Finally, ' notwithstanding the . I prodigal eon had a hard time of it tiring on husks, wooden bread is . onerea as a aiet. We can see that this would be a most excellent thing for the house wife troubled with tramps, but doubt whether it would be of much UFe in the family outside of Ger many, since a "German itomach" is a necessary accompaniment. "German stomachs," as a rule, cost a considerable amount of time and even more money. They are not to be bad for the asking. Wooden bread also adds another dainty morsel to the menu of the vegetarian which will, doubtle??, be appreciated. While the chemists are working over their test tubes and crucibles, the human family will, doubtleee, mntinue eatincr their three meals of highly indigestible material day ; give the concocter of decoc tion a hearing, and follow the die I tatea of their own nalates, whether A it be for nitrogenous or carbona Ceous products. Y. W. C. T. U- (From an addre33 by Lady Henry Soiucr set.) "Sir Andrew Clark, a medical I anthoritv not onlv revered but 1 m I beloved throughout this nation (and alas! today mourned) says: 'Health is a state of body which cannot be benefitted by alcohol in any degree; T g tnxJmfaj, that this state is also in some way or alcohoL I also say one thing farther certainly more than three-fourths of the . disorders in what we call fashionable life arise from the use of this very dru&r that we call alcohol.' In'fac of snch statements from such a source this' (and bthers equally A?JJMS alcohol-is-in any wise essential to the Dhvsical well belncr Of tea an. It should be noted that temperance experts-do hot say that under no circumstances should the drug alcohol bo administered. Opium, morphia, chloroform and cocaine have all their places in the medical pharmacopeia, but they are dangerous drugs, and we snould no more tmnK oi inning with these powerful agents by plac- 1DS them in the people's nands tnau we should think of presenting our children with firearms or dynamite. CHURCHES TOMORR R O TP. Sunday Services of the Various City Congregations. St. Andrew's Cathedral The ser vices of the Second Congregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral tomorrow, Minrfay, will be as follows: 9:45 a. m., Holy Communion, with eermon ; Kyrie, Men delssohn in G ; 8anctas, Bridgwater in G ; Hymns 76 and 79 ; Gloria in Excel eis to chant. 6:30 p. m, Evensong -with sermon ; Magnificat, Turle in D ; Nnnc Dimitti8, Turner in F; Hymns, 220,80 and 29. All seats will be free. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. Central Union Church. Morning subject, "The Guest Chamber" Even ing subject, "Restore Unto Me the Joy of Thy Salvation." Christian Church Harmony Hall, King street, between Fort and Alakea streets. T. D. Garvin, pastor. Preach ing in the Hall at 11 a.m. Sunday school at 9 :45 a.m. Lecture in the Gospel Tent at 7:30 pm. Subject: "The Jewish Tab ernacle Illustrated by Diagram." First Methodist Episcopal Church Rev.'H. W. Peck, pastor. Sunday ser vices, Jan. 6th: 10 a.m , Sunday school ; led by pastor: 11 a.m , preaching: Sub ject, "The Work of Aped Christians." Class meeting after morning service, Mr. C. J Day class leader. 7:30 p m., preaching: Subject, 'A Typical Con vert." Union prayer and praise services during the week in Central Union Church , 11 a. m. and 7:30 p m. each day, except Saturday evening. Meetings held in the hall over Tracy's 6tore, corner Fort and Hotel streets. Entrance on Hotel street. Everybody w e'eomed . Latter Day Saints Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; Mihlani Hall, rear cf Opera House. Services will be held on Sunday as follows: 10 a.m. Bible class; 11:15 a. m. and 6;30 p.m., preaching. Y. M. C. A. Services Sunday, 11a. m., at Oahu Jail; 1 :15 p. m., at the Bar rack p; 0:30 p. m , Bible studv at Y. M. C. A.; 6:30 p. m., Gospel praise service at Y. M. C. A. Salvation Army Barracks on King street, over John Nott's. Regular meei- ires for the week : Monday. 7:30 p. m for Hawaiian: Tuesday, 7:30 p. m , real 1 : ? . it 1 i .v-v salvation meetmv; weunesoav, t :a p. m.. real salvation meeting; ihursday, 7:30 p. m., real salvation meeting; Fri day, 7:30 p. m., holiness meeting, espe cially for Chiietiam; Saturday, 7:30 p. in., saved drunkards' rueeting; Satur day, 4 i. m , 1 jr ilii;jien; Sunday. 7 a. ra , knee drill; 11 a. m , holiness meeting; 3 p. m , family gathering; 7-30 p. m., old-tiiue salvation. All are in vi ed. . Incl2.a 12"PaCH, e rrnv nf this mnrnini' A nvrpTiam in y0ur mail today. ' n The Hawaiian Gazette Company manufacture rubber stamps of all descriptions. dilution 45&x James F. Morgan. THIS DAY. AUCTIONS SALE OF STOCK ! This Day, January 5th AT l'l O'CLOCK OON. At my ;a!erorm, I will lie Auction Sell at Pub- 5 lares Yaianae Co, Stock Pill? VALUE $ioo. Jas. k Morgan, 3S4lt AUCTIONEER. THIS DAI. AUCTION SALE OF RESIDENCE ! ON FORT STREET. 0n Saturday, Jan. 5th AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, At my Salesroom, I will Bell at Public Auction, That Residence On the East Sid of Fort Street at Pres ent Occupied by Mr. Turner. Tho r rf Va a fmnfatrft rif 7Q fAAf. rn Fort street, is 107 feet deep, and 77 feet abrtj&r. Thflw ia a rVtfnr and OnthnnRPfl nn I the Property. TThe Premises are under lease to Mr. Turner at $18 per month. The lease expires June 1st, iS9o. 'Part of the purchase price can remain on mortgage. or iunner particulars, appiy to Jas. F. Morgan, -3831-td AUCTIONEER. .By 'direction- of the heirs -of ' tho4ate JO ti N- G . -JICWOOB, tlro-Wi -be hsoidatPubuc'Auctidn at tne Salesroom of JasF."Mdfgan, In Honolulu, on - Monday, January 795 AT 13 O'CLOCK OOJC, All of the right, title and interest of the heirs of said Kirkood in and to the fol lowing tracts of land at LAUATN, MADI. 1 Lot of Land formerly occupied by said Kirkwood as his store premises, beingApana2, L. C. A. 327. Area: 2 roods, 34 rods, more or less. 2 Lot near the beach at Puunoa, La baina, Apana 3, R. P. 1860. Area: .14 of an acre, more or lees. 3 Kula land at Uonokowai, Kaana pali, Apana 1 and 3, R. P. 16S4. Area: 45.84 acres and 7J acres, more or less. CCTerms Cash. Deeds at expense of purchaser. Jas. P VTorpan, "S7-eod AUCTIONEER. Plantation Labor. Messes. Oquka & Co., are receiving crders for Plantation Labor to arrive in March next. All those who wish laborers should place their orders immediately with G. E. Board maD, Agent for the above firm. Conditions are mentioned in prospectus: "To the Planters of Hawaii.' G. E. BOARDMAN, 3S83-tf Agent for Ogcxa & Co. THE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT AND INVESTMENT COMPANY, HONOLULU, 11. I. Have Safe Deposit Boxes of various sizes to rent by the month or year. Stocks and Bonds Bought and Sold AO EXT S FOR Sun Insurance Office of London. AGENTS FOR Great Northern Railway. Sold to All Points. Tickets AGENTS FOR The Hawaiian Land and Improve ment Company (Limited). Sorue of the finest Coffee and Fruit Land on the I-Iands for sale upon ery favor hie ter.ns 3S78-tf Kead Tills ! IF YOU WAST A MOTIVE POWER, order a Rkgan Vapor or Pacific Gas Engine ; they are the best, safest and simplest in the world. Juti. TINKER, Bole Agrjnt. CfiTend for cataJogue-. Honolaln, II. I. 3688-t SME THIS DAY. TJOTIOTSF HQXJ 0n Saturday, January 5th, 1895 AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, ME. JAMES F. JVtOK&AST will sell at Public Auction, at his Salesroom, 58-IOUSE LOfS-5 situated on the Palama Road and ThfiSft ohmna lnfa nro of the Fertilizing Plant.. A lack of water has.refcarded the growth of this portion of the city, and the fact that water pipes are now Deing laid makes h.dib ior Tfis l n hTi p.r rnrnr5AQ UPSET PEICE mm TERMS One-third cash, one-tnird m one year from date deeds. For further inforamtion apply to J3RUCE WARING & CO., 503 f0OCOOCO0a0COCCCO&O030C0) o o o o o o o -0 o t o f o o s t o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 1,00k Up what the best medical authorities have to say about Petroleum and you will be sur prised to learn what great anti septic and heal ing powers this oil possesses. Biiers PeMen EmulslDQ The Food-Medicine, contains all of the cleansing, soothing, curative, and reconstruc tive properties of this wonderful 'Earth Sap," rendered practically tasteless. It is more than a sub stitute for cod-liver oil in diseases of the throat and lungs, stomach and bowels. It Cures. 50 cents and $1.00. Angler Oiemical Co., Boston. HOBRON DRUO CO., Agents. OF LOT ? -O- mauka side of the also on Kamehameha IV Road InnnaA a ol,. ,of this property especially desir- 140.00 EACH ! pne:third in six months and of sale. No extra charare for . ""; " f3 FORT STREET, NEAR KING STREET, HONOLULU, H. I. o e o e & o o o o o o 6 O e o a o o 0 o o (December 2g, lSgj. That there is more or less opium brought into the coun try contrary to law no one will deny and most people believe that a large portion of it comes in vessels plying be tween ports on the Pacific Coast and the Hawaiian Isl ands. To acknowledge this as a fact is to argue that the men who bring it here and land it successfully are smart er in their business than the men employed by the Govern ment to keep it out. Where's the remedy ? On the other hand it is believed that opium is landed from numerous small schoon ers sailing out of Victoria and Vancouver, which clear for the Japan Sea with permissionto stop and trade at ports in the Hawaiian Islands. If the sands on the beach, of the small islands to windward could bark their mformatloil of the doings of these "long Ad.Tk.iail UTUllS Wild. I 1 yCipiIlg there would be. There might be a check put on this class of customers if the Government would petition the Custom House authorities of ;the United States and British Columbia at pOftS alongf the Voast t0 de?,y .masters of these small sailing vessels mentioned ; above. A request of this character would (be L i m. . tH sSSSV uui su.urcc,miguc nave a set back. '.t?inlthe;opinion of the thinr to license the Hnurfir - tnouen excraorainary means should be taken to prevent:- its impdrtation.?;What;s the master wim organizing ; a revenue marine service-andl have, a cut ter that could do fpatrol work ? We are now 'handling . the celebrated "Victor' ' safe made in Cincinnati and used "tby three-fourths of the postmas ters in the United States. It must be a good thing when Uncle Sam adopts it. We have them in small sizes and have larger ones on the way. They are not "just as good" as some other makes they're a ' trifle better. They are well finished and strong; having double doors they are not easy of access to persons who have no business with the contents. The price is about right. .You will find a .hanging lamp useful at all times even when you ' have electric lights in your dwelling. You will also find after you have exam ined lamps in every other es tablishment that ours are . just a little mite better and a great deal cheaper. They have the B. & H. burner with the patent arrangement that .obvi ates the necessity of taking off the chimney when you light the wick. The decorations are elegant, and the material holding the founts as good as can be made. We have a very nice assortment of Ban quet lamps that are much sought after by persons who want something elegant for me panor or aining roon. The name doesn't signify any thing; they give just as good light in the parlor or bedroom as they do in a banquet hall try one of them for any pur pose and you will be surprised with your purchase. Our last lot of Cocoa Mats is about the best we have ever had. Those with "Aloha" on them are exceedingly well made and will last a life time. There's a big stock and, the prices run from 50 cts. to $8; depends upon the size and quality. - jimiyo