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THE PACIFIC CXt MEBC1AL ADVERTISES.: HQ2f OIPXU JAUXTABY, 10, ieS5.
le Pacific Commercial Advertiser Iul ITrery Morning, Exeept Sunday, by th Hawaiian Gazette Company At No. 319 Merchant 9trt. WALLACE E. FARRIHGTON, EDITOR. THURSDAY, : JANUARY 10, 1893. God giro ye strength to run, Unawed by Earth or Hell, The race ye have began So gloriously and vrell. Whittitr. EEASSUREJG NEWS TO THE STA.TE3 The eteamer today will bear to the United States reassuring news of the strength of the Republic and its abilitv to maintain itself they have taken the life of one of the etaunchest men of the country they will pay the fall penalty of their crime. There is no boy's play about the present uprising. The men at the front are risking everything to place the Republic of Hawaii on an unquestionably solid foundation. Its commercial in terests have been jeopardized by insipient rebellions or revolu tions long enough, and with the cloee of the present hostilities, this destructive accompaniment of pre vious history in this country will be at an end. The flag of the Republic will wave over this country until the people of the United States awake from their sleep, show their patriot ism and desire to protect their fel low countrymen learn how they are jeopardizing their own best in Against all civil disaffection. The Government forces are slowly but terests by their inaction and raise - - -. .1 A 1 A 1 X I ITmn!t steadilvadvancineDressingthereb- me stars anu euripco ucir els to the wall, wherever it has been able to reach there. Since the first encounter at Waikiki the warfare has been one of constant advance' of the Government troops, they in each and every instance operating on the offensive. "V7HAT ARE WE FIGHTING FOR? By today's steamer the Govern ment of the United States will re ceive the news of the rebellion in Hawaii: 'the neonle will learn of f A 4 The first encounter which brought I bloodshed, of death, of men still in on the fighting was undoubtedly a I the fi&d standing ready, to mingle BuroriBe to the rebels and discon- I their blood with that of the slain certed their plana of attack. This in order that the Republic, may be - - - . '-...! m a . was to be ODened on Sunday night, I continued. ot a country reaping but at a later hour. The Govern- the deadly reward of the inaction ment by its prompt action has kept I of the present American adminis the rebels on tne move preventing I tration. them from ioinine forces and giv-I What are we fighting for if not in'f the natives ' any semblahce, of I to protect the property of United vWir fimt bard fiffhtlnff States citizens 7 The American (December 2g, 18Q4. 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 opiurrf is landed from numerous small schoon ers sailing out of Victoria, and Vancouver, which clear for the Japan Sea with permission to m 4 A. CASTLE & COOKE JMUTBD, Importers. Hardware and General Merchandise took place Monday In tne Palolo alley.' liere "th'ev natives were given a taste of. the pluck and de- 1 lerminauon wiia wxu&a every ber of the army of Hawaii has en tered upon the campaign. Hot ' pressed from land and sea, the rebels were driven to the crater of PigTrionA ilead: In sore straits an&'nWink no confidence? in their ability to cope with the Govern- neonle have $21,700,689 invested in this country twice as much as any other two nationalities repre sented in the Islands, nine-tenths of the whole amount of money invested in plantations or corporations. And what have we received in return'? Nothing, absolutely, nothing. Even, the semblance of protection has been removed from the country. ' r I o: i x -:f ment forces from that point, they adu iqrwnai 1 oimpiy escapedwto"lhe mountains" in rear the personal jealousies of a few of the city Monday nifcnt, leaving part yjeaders in the present admin- behind quantities of arms and am-1 "wauon ui mo uuucu owo. munition. The second and third This country would never have -5:"io7r, I been called to mourn the death of a xrAnajarr I Charles L. Carter, had the admin- nieht were thev forced to action in istration done its duty. Every the Manoa valley, and steadily wound, every drop of blood shed driven back until darkness fell. I 4n Every day has increased the strength of the grasp of the Gov ernment on the situation, both in the field and the general knowledge of the source of the uprising. The condition of the royalist sup porters is growing more serious each day. The faint-hearted native who has been pushed into the fight, on being captured, stands willing to ivulge everything. That the rebels are well armed ith good rifles and plenty of am- unition is an established fact. That the money to fit out the in surgents was furnished by promi . in tne present reoeiiion, cries out ll A. in condemnation 01 ine recent; policy towards these Islands. 'Tis not a question of whether the Republic of Hawaii can stand on its own legs. That has been and is now being fully demonstrated. This Government is not dependent on the United States for its con tinuance. It is a question of right and wrong ; the inalienable right which every American citizen has to expect a fair amount of protec tion from his mother country. 'Tis not the expression of a faint hearted people. Far from it. Am ericans are today facing bullets to nentroyalistcitizensoftMfacountry upnoid the dignity ot tnis country, is equally well foundfedA These What would John L. StevenB, men have been apprehend and Frank Sewall, and thousands of will be punished to the full extent of martial law. Their action has been cowardly from the start and they have looked sharp to save their own skins, but they have been balked. They have been underhanded, dastardly in their methods. According as they would measure destruction to the Re public justice will be measured to them again. The full length, breadth and depth of the plan of royalist action has been exposed and the leaders, whoever they may be or whatever their station, will be dealt with summarily. The strength oteihe Republic is assured. It is fully able to cope with and suppress the rebels. There is determination in the heart of every man from the chief execu tive to the soldier in the ranks a determination to sweep the Ha waiian Islands clean of all armed opposition to the Republic. No leniency will be shown. The men who compose the ranks of the insurgents have been given the opportunity to enjoy the God-given rights of every law abiding citizen. They have not improved the opportunity. What is more they have attempted men in tne united states sayr They are fair-minded, unbiased, clear-headed Americans : never swayed by petty political jobbery. The facts brought out in the last few days are hard things for the American people to face, but they are none the less facts. In this instance the mother that stamped the man from the United States as an American has been tried and found wanting. God grant that she may not continue in her wrong doing. For Sale. mi mere are a great many homes having zinc-lined bath tubs that are in good condition with this one exception: they lack the features of a por ... -rw ceiam lining, xiow to over come this without going to the expense of getting a new tub, has been a question that has worried a great many. no -rf if nnr WOT TIT" tTf-y0Itfcm ENAMEL PAINT will do the l-i aj iixii 1 viiii is ii 1 nr- I eanrie nn tho hrh nf thft M forming as it does small islands to windward GLOSSY SURFACE, almost could bark their information equal m hardness, and durabil- of the doings of these "long ity to that of porcelain itself, rakish crafts" what a yelping being at the same time hardly there would be. Inere might custingmshablefrom porcelain, be a check put on this class of Consult your physician and customers if the Government he will tell you by all means woum pennon, tne custom paint your. bath tub th nouse aujnunucs ui me T?nftTnol p,Vf XT. .tr The KEYSTONE EGG vacuum uia at, porxs uuiig uie 1 -o-r, . mrmc, rtPhitiim of I BEATERS are little gems. these small saninfr vessels W " Ju wane your eggs - - a 1 clearance oaoers. such as is QuicKiy ana tnorougniy oeaten. mentfohed above. A request We also call your special of this character would be attention to our economical honored without a question, BARREL and CYLINDER and opium smuggling through CHURNS, they are easy work- that source might have a set ers. have all sizes and nrices. back. I? in the opinion of the Wehave a handy CLOTHES uovernmeni 11 is not a gooa 1 JJRTET? having ffln arms mm I - - - - tning. to license toe drug it made to fasten on tTlfl looks to a maa up a tree, as I , - - a , 0 . , ' , - v-, t:, -- ; Dnll these arms fold nn likfi a snouia De taxen to prevent its t ; , . , " imoortatiori: What's the matter fan thus taklQg UP ufc h with ' onranizindr a revenue room. marine service and have a cut- 153" Remember we sell ter that could do patrol work? Standard Oil Co.'s PEARL We are now handling the OIL at Sl.bO per case, C. O. H., celebrated "Victor safe made delivered to any part or the in incinnan and used by city free three-fourths of the postmas ters in the United States. It n A QrpT.W Pr nnMTT?. I .VI UC d gUUU UUiig WliCU Night Dread ! Thousands of people dread the coming of night because of the suffering they have to endure. Night coughs, night sweats, asthma and nervousness make the wait for morning dreary and painful. Angier's Petroleum Emulsion will cure coughs, prerent nfght sweats, relieve asthma and ner vousness, and thus " give rest and sleep. It i$ a food-md."-cine that is pleasant to take- and builds up the general health. I: SO cts. and 91.0O. Our books " Health and "Beauty" sent fret 1 .1 MCGIEK CHEMICAL. CO.; Batton. y I j. nODRON DRUO Agents CO., I MPORTEK8, Hardware ni General Merchandisfe Was It No, for my awakening was a stern reality. Yes, I entered McINERNY'S SHOE STORE yesterday and bought a pair of AND A One Undivided Twentieth Share In the hupuaaof HONOKUA, situate in SOUTH KONA, HAWAII, containing an area ol 657S AC RES and b-einu Apaua 9 of U. P. CS57, L. C. A 7713. There are 3-S 9-10 Acres to every share. This Land adjoins Kalahiki on the South and i a valuable property. A good deal of it is suitable for Coffee and the balance for piturau. It lies near Hookena Landing. Pric $S00. Title perfect W arranty deed, acknowledged and stamped given 10 purchaser. SX7 For further particulars applj' to I quality. must 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. 1 ney are well finished and strong; having of access to persons who have A 8 ItIPI TTI ? nr ri 'Pin coo if-h -Via rrrtt-CAn t I JaaaW tS m I li V UUJU1V.JJ t, tut UlU ,KJa1L11 Uli The price is about right. You will hnd a hanging lamp useful at all times even when you have electric lights m your dwelling. You jwill also find after you have exam ined lamps in every other es tablishment that ours are just jj i mrr j a tt O ATTT 1? a little mite better and a great HAIJDlVVAjL, oU ULJDj deal cheaper. They have the B. & H. burner with the paicut arrangement mat odvi- TT 4 T DTMPTAA' ates the necessity of taking off llAllIllW JlUl O 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 the parlor or dining 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 ! witn your purchase. Our last lot of Cocoa Mats is about the best we have ever had Those with "Aloha" on them are exceeding! v- wpII ; maae ana wui last a hie time, i There's a big stock and the ! prices run from 50 cts. to $S; j depends upon the size and ! Royal Insurance 06., OF LIVERPOOL. "THE LARGEST IN THE WOULD." Assets January 1st, 1892, l lOO by cMTire risxs on all Kin as of Insurable property ta&en at Current ttlss J. S. WAL 8140-lm Agent for Hawaiian 7lan3. WAUKENPHAST hoes FOR 9 0.00 I could scarcely believe my own eyes, and this morning I bought another pair for I believe in laying in a stock when euch inducements as this is offered. SHO E STOPS. C. J. WHITNEY, Teacher ot Elocution and. matic -A.rt, Dra- Arlineton Hotel. 3SS4-lw Honolulu, Januarv 4, li9o. 3SS4t The Hawauan Gazktti Company manufacture rubber stamps of all Wanted. Tte Hauailan Hardware Gj. I& HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE i- MAIIUPACTUBIIIG - COM Importers of Carriage Goods OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Re tin eel and Norway Iron, Cast Steel, Hardwood XVajrra"ber, Htx"be Spokes, Felloes, gprings, Axles, Carriage Trimmers' Goods,Eto. We mate a specialty of building Vehicles for Island Eervice, such as Cutunders, Phaetons, Breaks, Delivery Wagons and Drays. 3STo. TO Queen Street, EMPLOYMENT WANTED BY AN Engl it-h girl, 1G years cf age. Ad drees C. M. S.f this office. 3SS3-3t V destroy the rights of others ; I descriptions.