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The Pacific Commercial Advertiser
!ud Bery Mominj, Ecpt
Sunday, by th
Hawaiian Gazette Company
t No. 318 5Ircbnt Ktrt.
WALLACE R. TABRI5GT05, IDITOR.
FRIDAY.
JANUARY 11. 1895.
God gire ye strength to ran,
Unmyred by Earth or Hell,
The race ye have began
So gloriously and well.
PRINCIPLE, NOT SE3THIEKT.
Shoulder to eboulder with the
whites faciog danger without
flinching ever ready to respond
to the call for duty wherever it
may take them, quietly and unob
trusively, the native element of the
Government forces have Btood
solidly aiding in the protection of
the Republic. Many natives and
half-whites have offered their ser
vices, ready to go where they can
be of the best service.
There is a significance in the
action of this class that should not
be overlooked. These men include
some of the most intelligent of
their race in the islands men
not swayed by the varying breezes
which the smooth, oily expressions
of the agitator may create ; thought
ful men, with an ability to weigh
the political situation of the country
with an eye to eomething beyond
the passing day. While they are
not all blessed with a superior
amount of knowledge gained from
bookB, they have what many times
serves a man infinitely better
a knowledge ot human nature;
a receptive and discerning mind,
with which to weigh political right
and wrong
These Hawaiiana know that the
men in the field are fighting for
the maintenance of the civil rights
cf whatever nationality may be
represented in the islands. They
are ruled by common sense, not
sentiment. They can see the way
their race and country has been
going, an easy tool in the hands
of the adventurer, bled to death by
the schemes of a coterie of indivi
duals who don't care a penny
weight for the Hawaiians or their
islands.
They have confidence in the
men at the head of the Republic.
The native Hawaiians know that
every supporter of the present Gov
ernment is willing to risk his life
that every man, woman and child
of whatever caste or color may
stand on the level of civil equal
ity. He knows that the men in
the field are fighting for principle
not sentiment ; that there is not a
man in the whole official force of
the Republic that would send a
fellow creature into a place -of
danger where he would not go him
self. There are none of the methods
of the sneaking coward, who in
time of danger uee3 the natives as
a bullet shield and immediately
a victory is won relegates him to
the vale of insignificance with no
voice in the conduct of affairs.
The fighting force of theebels is
composed of natives. White men
furnished the tools of warfare but
not a single one of these renegades
is seen on the field of battle.
Note the difference. Look & the
records of the men Dole. Smith,
King, Carter, Castle and a hundred
and one others prominent in the
Government. Where have they
been found? Always in the fight
ing front. They have the courage
of their convictions, a courage born
of the principle that give3 dignity
to the nation, advance in the com
mercial world, advance morally
and intellectually for the native
Hawaiian. Let the weak, narrow
minded supperter of sentimentality
say what he will, these are truisms
that can never be wiped out.
Never a single instance has there
been where the native has been
pressed forward to do the dirty
work, while the men who ply the
timid drivers whip come in to
reap the financial benefits. The
more thoughtful Hawaiians have
seen this, and once seeing have
rallied to the cause which will give
them a place among the civilited
races of the world. Captain Parker
and his men have not lacea a earn
as a mere matter of sentiment.
Honor the native blood of the
Government forces.
A WORD TO TOURISTS.
As soon as the Alameda arrives
in San Francisco blood curdling
tales of the war in Hawaii will un
doubtedly be spread broadcast over
the United States striking terror to
the heart of tourist planning a few
weeks outing in the islands, there
by turning away many people and
dollars that would otherwise come
to this country. The vague im
pression of generally existing un
rest in the country which exists in
the minds of many citizens of the
States will grow to a positive
knowledge that to come to the
Hawaiian Islands is to place them
selves at the mercy of a nation
where men carry knives in their
teeth and pistols in both hand.
It is the duty of every person in
the islands to disabuse their friends
abroad of this idea. Even before
the Alameda reaches San Francisco
the rebellion will be wiped out, and
the general business of the islands
pursuing the even tenor of its way.
Tourists who are leaving can do
the country a favor by refuting the
thoughts of danger wherever they
may find expression. The Hawai
ian Islands is still the Paradise of
the Pacific, with a law-abiding
people living under a stable govern
ment that is glad to welcome the
traveler or settler to share the
benefits which nature and good
laws have given them.
Today's Gazette is a war edition
in every sense of the word. So it
this morning's Adttetisxb. Take
your choice, or both. In wrappers
at this office or at the nswsdealers. ;
mticn Belts.
James F. Morgan.
AUCTION bALE
By direction of the heirs of the late
JOHN C. KIRK WOOD, there will be
Bold at Public Auction at the Salesroom
of Jas. F. Morgan, in Honolulu, on
Saturday, Jan. 12, '94?
AT 12 O'CLOCK JfOOJf,
All of the right, title and interest of the
heirs of said Kirk wood in and to the fol
lowing tracts of land at LAHA1NA,
MAUI.
1 Lot of Land formerly occupied by
said Kirkwood aa hia store premises,
being Apana 2, L. C. A. 27. Area: 2
roods. 34 rods, more or less.
2 Lot near the beach at Puunoa, La
haina, Apana 3, R. P. I860. Area: .14
of an acre, more or les.
3 Kula laud at Honokowai, Kaana
pali, Apana 1 and 3, B.P. 16S4. Area:
45.84 acres and 7K acres, more or less.
CCTTerms Cash. Deeds at expense
of purchaser.
J"as. !E ZNilorp-an,
3S37-eod
AUCTIONEER.
For Sale.
A One-Undivided Twentieth Share
In'th hupuaaof HOKOKUA, situate
in SOUTH KONA. HAWAII, containing
an area of 6578 ACRES and be'mz Apana
9oIR. P. eS57,L. C. A. 7713. There
are 323 9-10 Acres to every share.
This Land adjoins KaTahiki cn the
South and is a valuable property. A
pood deal of it is suitable for Coffee and
the balance for pasturage. It lies near
Hookena Land in z. Pi Ice $S00. Title
perfect. Warranty deed, acknowledged
and stamped given to purchaser.
0"For further particulars apply to
J. M. MONSARR1T,
Honolulu, Januarv 4, 1893.
3SS4-r
THE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT
AND-
IX TMEXT COM PA XT,
KOSOLCLU, H. I.
Have Safe Deposit Boxes cf various e.zes
to rent by the month or year.
Stocks and Bonds Bought and Sold
A FOR
San lnenr&nce Office of London.
AGEXT3 FOR
Great Northern Kilwy. Ticket
bold to All Point.
AG EXT 8 FOR
rhe HtwktitD Land nd Improve
ment Comp&nr (Limited).
Seme of the finest CcflV and Fruit
Land on the I lands for sale upon very
favorable terrn. sS7-t
Send copies of the Advertiser
and Gazette with your letters today.
Oecenibtr zg, i8g4.
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 permission to
stop and trade at ports in the
Hawaiian Islands. If the
sands on the beach, of the
small islands to windward
could bark their information
of the doings of these "long
rakish crafts" what a yelping
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 ports' along the
Coast to deny the masters of
these small sailing vessels
clearance papers, .: such as is
mentioned above. A request
of this character would-be
honored without a question,
and opium smuggling through
that source might have a set
back. It in the opinion of the
Government it is not a good
thing to license the drug it
looks to a man up a tree, as
though extraordinary means
should be taken to prevent its
importation. What's the matter
with organizing a revenue
marine service and have a cut
ter that could do patrol work ?
We are now handling the
celebrated "Victor" safe made
in Cincinnati and used by
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
i are elegant, and the material
holding the founts as good 2s
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
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
j made and will last a life time.
There's a big stock and the
prices run from 50 cts. to $S;
depends upon the size and
quality.
Tfce Rsndtm Hardware & Il
CASTLE
COOKE
LIMITED,
importers. Hardware and
General
M erchandise
There 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
celain lining. How to over
come this without going to the
expense of getting a new tub,
has been a question that has
worried a great many.
One pot oi our "WHITE
ENAMEL PAINT will do the
work, forming as it does a
GLOSSY SURFACE, almost
equal in hardness and durabil
ity to that of porcelain itself,
being at the same time hardly
distinguishable from porcelain.
Consult your physician and
he will tell you by all means
to paint your bath tub with
Enamel Paint.
The KEYSTONE EGG
BEATERS are little gems.
Try one If you want your eggs
quickly and thoroughly beaten.
"We also call your special
attention to our economical
BARREL and CYLINDER
CHURNS, they are easy work
ers, have all sizes and prices.
We have a handy CLOTHES
DRIER, having ten arms
made to fasten on the wall,
when not in use by a simple
pull these arms fold up like a
fan, thus taking up but little
room.
t3P" Remember we sell
Standard Oil Co.'s PEARL
OIL at Sl.SO per case, C. 0. D.,
delivered to any part of the
city free.
CASTLE & COOKE L'd
I MPORTEKS,
Hardware ni General Merchandise;
Was It
A Dream ?
Xo, for my awakening was a Etera
reality. Yes, I entered McISERNY'S
SHOE STORE yesterday and bought a
pair cf
HATH WAT, SOULE
AND
HARRINGTON'S
WAUKEXPHAST
hoes
FOR
0.00
I coald scarcely believe nay cn eyes,
and this morning I bought another pair
for I believe ia laying in a stock when
such inducements as this is offered.
irT7T?DATV
SHOE STORE.
C. J. WHITNEY,
eacher ot Elocution and Dra
matic Art,
t
Arlington HM.
3SS4-lw
Wanted.
i EMPLOYMENT WANTED BY AN
Id English girl, 16 years of a?e. Ad
dress C. M. S., this office.
SSS3-31
8
The Blues
Cured.
Despondency and menial de
pression are more likely than
not the result of poor digestion,
bodily infirmities or physical de
cline. A cheering' food-medicine,
such as
Angier's .
Petroleum
Emulsion 0K
will improve digestion, t!etroy
disease germs, build up the gen
eral health, and thus remove
the cause of depression. It h?.s
been aptly called Bottled En
ergy. ' For throat and lung
troubles, and all wasting dis
eases, it has no equal.
&0 ct. and 81.00.
Our books "Health
AMSIEJI CHEMICAL CO.. Stslon.
nOBROX DRVO CC
v Agents.
Royal Insurance Co.,
-v -r "W--T TT T V "W
"THE LARGEST IN THE WOlfcLD."
Assets January 1st, 1892, $ 42,432,174.00
sSZTFire risKJs on ah Kinas of Insurable property tairen at Current ratss
by
J. S.
SMO-lm
Importers of
HAWAIIAN
CARRIAGE
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Kefined and Norway Iron, Cast Steel, Hardwood Lumber, Htirj
T-7- c- n -r A-vTos. Pjirri n c TV! mm era Goods. 2tC
DfOitr? X' Ciiuco. fc
We make a specialty oi building
Cutunders, .Phaetons, JSreaKS,
Delivery Wagons and Drays.
No. TO Queen Street,
and "Beauty" aer.t fre.
WALKEE,
Agent lor Hawaiian Islands.
i
Carriage Goods
'
o
Vehicles for Island service, Ench as
HONOLULU:
MA uFACTuIIG
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