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THE PACIFIC COMMEBCIATj ADVERTISES,; HONOIiTJIjTJ, JANUARY 26 18H5
A phrases mast not mislead in a prop er consideration of facts. WySopiesiCASTLE&COOl r The Pacific Commercial Advertiser tui Bvry Morning, Esopt Sunday, by ttv Hawaiian Oazkttk Company KX No. SIS Mrhat trt. TflLLACB B. yiBSDIGTOS, EDITOR, JANUABY 26, 1855. 43ATUBDAY. t M.'TT;nvrnioninv or increased firmrjesa ' on' ther'part of the v Government : towarit . the participants in the recent-rebellion- are not m order. Court martial are knows no law bnt its own. No man has a right to question the honor or ability of the officials now before the public eye, to mete out mil ana compitie juaucc. have trouble enough to contend wunwiuiuui. uviuk Fw .- ions Dressed upon them or methods a They are folly aware of the serioug nature of the problem with wh.eh they have to wrestle. The popu lace will confer a favor upon the Court and the country by keeping studiously quiet. Don't let the false impression get abroad that this community has not patriotic faith in the action of its represent atives. This is just the accusa tion to which resolutions at this time are liable to lay the country open. TUB WORDS SOUND TfKLL. The "abdication" qC Liliuokalani reads very prettilyZand, to those unacquainted withtor past record, would seem to math her a subject to whom was due all the leniency within the province of the Govern- ment to allotty She gives up all right to the throne and any- thing and everything, whatsoever it may o, cueu- archical rulet ihe takes the oathl, of allegiance jot the fflbWte. ttd f uus president urn ne tw nga s man in ua ngot piace, TrorHawaiian ciUzens to that deter- . mm 1av1 naaa allow otrVtna 1 tM ;'s-V--. -'rpy.T hT?? R-iT??. iuglea a word iorlhr effect that ce or zus Bupporrauio pcupiu Hawaii were ever anything but the most honorable and highly re spected imortals'tihat ever drew breatlron this mundane sphereoid. This is all ver nice. It is sweet musio to thosseaVs that have never heard, and those minds that have never battled with, the clang and clatter, the harsh grating, of her destructive and at one time blood thirsty Ideas: ' She says "I now" abdicate the throne ; "I now" give up all claims to emoluments consequent to a once exalted position ; 'I now" swear allegiance to the Republic of Hawaii. Had this come from one who had always been in the habit of keeping promises made while calling on the Almighty to witness the integrity of the intentions, a far different feeling would be shed abroad by this document which notwithstanding open possibilities is bound to result-"in a beneficial influence among the natives. In this year of Our Lord 1895 what has Liliuokalani to abdicate ? -She iB giving up something to which since January 17, 1893, she has had neither a legal or moral right and the events of the inter vening years have thrice proven -the lack of depth to her egotistical and sentimental claims. Again, did not Liliuokalani swear before God and man to sup port the constitution of 1887 and ere the words were hardly cold in the atmosphere proceed to plot against it ? We would be overjoyed to be assured that she has under gone such a change of heart that nothing of this character will ever again be numbered in her ac tions, but the proof that such is the case is not hown in her past record.' We 'would hot presume to ;ast the least tint of a shadow upon -the honorable actions of Mrs: Domini?, but these are questions hard, cold facts that face those who have'the best interests of "the nation at heart. It is impossible not to refer to the past in mapping plans for the future. ' 'Snfooth The "abdication" of Liliuokalani, I jast at a time when it would seem to hare been made to exert a ppw erful influence with theTIitary Court in its verdict may or may not be honest and sincere. But if accepted by the Government, il should only' be WitH the condi- tion, clearly and positively stated. that in the event 01 iu oeing vio- lated, either by her or her adtairtr, 2 1 she shall' do nei resjwnMDie; as I ihntiffh " no abdication' hsd been made-in other words, outlawed, and'subject to' the penalty which I she now 'richly menu. L ; - WAS IT PROVIDENTIAL ? No more timely and fitting trih- Carter than that pr0 d b Collector-General James we anticipale that not only the Citizens' Guard but I . - A. r. every citizen of the Hawaiian Re- f memorial t honored and univeaily be. loved citiien, cut off in the very prime of a strong and brilliant manhood. Charles L. Carter was a martyr to the cause of good government fnd annexation, and bis untimely death can be regarded in no other light. To those who bo well knew his sterling qualities ' and could look ahead to the position which he, living, must inevitably take in the future history of this country, it has seemed that the country could ill afford to lose one who mrifit neceasarilv become a notent K, ,n our national government. In the hmr of grief u hajJ 6eemed almo8t a8 if : ihe divine w11 which guardg the doing8 of men and nation8f had p!aced a heavy hftnd Hawaii. But God's wajg fire not our wayfl and do not alwajB jead in pa8tares fair to the rnafrow vision of the human Intel: . ji The death of no member of this Repub'Ub could havVSredtlie hearts :mination to 'continue: an: unswerv- r.dfo'puHtrrand kVfe'ia 'go;erament; i8 did that Mr. Carter. The death of no mem ber of the" community;-be. "he of high or 1 lowfjP'positlon, 'could have brought the cause of Americans in Hawaii so near the heart of the rank and file of tiie. American peo ple'fn'the BCates." '""v M : : It is as if America had lost one of its own citizens. The long resi dence of Mr. Carter's father in Washington, and the universal re spect and wide acquaintance gained aa one of the oldest members of the diplomatic corps at the American capital, will bring our loss home to many a household there in a manner that touches the innermost heart. Through the death of Mr. Carter, which is unquestionably the indirect result of what Americans themselves have termed an infamous policy, Hawaii, as a country, is brought into closer relation with the bone and sinew, the court of appeal, of the greater Republic, of which we are striving to become part and parcel. Those people will be stirred to action characterized by the same determination existing in the ranks of loyal Hawaiians. All honor to him who gave his life that those who came after him might enjdy the benefits for which he devoted time and untiring en ergy. Indian Bolts. James F. Morgan, Landlord Sale. VTOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN THAT on FKIDaY. February 8th, 185. there will b sold at the ancuoa room of Jas. F. Morgan, Oaeea street; oh account of non-payment of rent due me from WonsTai Poon of Palama.the following articles hicli.were distrained for rnt due me y him: I il C Kocker Chair, Sofa, fVd Loange. L anp. 2 B V Chain", 1 M T TaMe, Inlaid Table. Veranda Chair, La gs Ru, 1 C.ock, 1 Gold Watch, etc. -' 'Jbe above article will be moM vtx t v above darp, unless the ivnt and all -x-jpensea are paid n or before the above Mate. J. C. CLUrttY. The 'HiwAiiAH ' Gazstt (Jomfamt mannfactnre rubber stamps of all description. January 2 J, 28Q4. What the people are after today and all the time is labor saving machinery. It does not make, any difference what the line of business is labor-saving machinery; is sought after. Men vrho'se minds take sthln ventiveturn put the energies in tnis aitecuqn more tiian any other, tVe'riufafctufers mand it and the rnventors are trying to fil$ -ffie demand. ' We have amongour goods proV ably a hundred different arti- onr tf, L th fmnlments in the cultivation of. surarcaneM land. Take first the Fertilizer" worried a great many. Distributor, a machine worked One pot ot our WHITE by one man that will distribute ENAMEL PAINT will do the the fertilizer over nine acres work, forming as it doe3 a of land in' one day. It hot GLOSSY SURFACE, almost only saves labor but it does equal in hardness and durabil the work more thoroughly and ity to that of porcelain itself, with absolutely no waste of being at the same time hardly material. Our orders fortius :cf:nmi;QVohlofrnm nnrAoia,'n artide have exceeded the de- mand and we nave been obi i- ged to order more: - The Cane Cultivators frofrr the same factory kre recognized on Ha- waii to be much superior to anything of the kind ever used here. These implements are not experiments, they have been used for a. long-time in Louisiana; where they have RY gat satefaction.- The Wertheim Duplex Sew- mg ?atfe Inrnfw anXJ saver than any other make, becauseft does a greate; variptv of Kvorkli Evervladv knows the trouble it is to sew ruffles, and that :a machine that will sew just' wliat is necessary for ruffles is not the stitch-that answers for making boys trousers. It's a 'labor saverl that. will sew both and the Wertheim is e only one that c&un. and,' lock' stitch, : bur it niakes combinaHon ofb6Uj stitcn as you want to see. vye nave a number of these, machines in various styles of finish; the highest priced one is cheaper than you" can get an ordinary machine for. - You save money and save labor in eettincr a Wertheim. These Occasional rains Cause havoc with the water by mak- ing it muddy and impure. We Stone Filter which makes it as clear as a crystal. There is another and very celebrated filter called the "Pasteur We have made arrangements' for handling this article which is exclusively used in public institutions, places of business and private houses in the United States. One of them has been placed in the Queen's Hospital and after a careful test in filtering muddy water, milk ' and oil combined, a Honolulu physician says: "I have examined the 'Pasteur Filter1 manufactured by the Pasteur Chamberland Company. I consider it the . most efficient filter I have ever seen." These filters are rented to persons or sold outright as preferred. Parties desiring to examine one can communicate with us and Mr. H. L. Theron Will., call upon them at their residence Or place of business and thoroughly explain the worKing oi it. vve expect a large business in this article and from testimonials we have examined we have no hesita tion in guaranteeing it to be a superior article. Our stock of hanging lamps for people who do not use electric lights (as well as those who do) is as complete as any to be found in Honolulu. Our island trade in this respect is so large that we are obliged . " . s-Wi I tO keep OUr Stock Up in order to cnnnlu iV I Yhi Hauaflan Hardirara Co. Ul rssm LIMITED, Importers, Hardware and eneral Merchandise mere are a great many homes having zinc-lihed bath tubs that are in good condition with this one exception: they lack- tHe features 0f a por- Celaln-Tinibg: How 'to over- -9- this wlboutgoingto the expense of getting a new tub, been a question that has Consulfc n h ician and , , r n he will tell you by all means pamt your bath tub with Enamel Paint Tbe iiIbTUJSE JSUtf BEATERS are little gems, Try one if you want your eggs quickly and thoroughly beaten. I We also -call your special attention to our economical BARRED and CYLINDER CHURNS, they are easy work- te all sizes and'prices. , , , ritrTrmcf Wehave a handy CLOTHES DRIER, having ten arms mado to fasten on the wall, when not in use by a simple pull these arms fold up like a fan, thus taking up btit little room. , 13" Remember we sell Standard OiL Co.'s PEARL flfTst wf UAv fTha.n;. c..f ,f r,dd u ntt ' VAQX-JJi :.kMvxt& MH IMPORTKK8, Hariware ni General irchandise Was It A jLjTQ&IXl i Ko, for uiy awakening was a stern reality. Yes, I entered McISERNY'd SHOE STORE yesterday and bought a pair of tt a mrriTT A XT orvm Ti JclATilWAl, bUU Llli AND HAERINGTON'S WAUKENPHAST hoes 5.oo FOR I could scarcely believe my own eyes, and this morning I bought another pair for I believe "in lay ing "in a stock ! when such inducements as this i offered. McINEBlVY'S SHOE S T Q R K. P.O. Box 38C. Mutual Tel. 544. NAN-YD COMPANY, LIMITED, Commission Merchants - DfPORTXRS AXD DBALi BS IN " w i JclDaUeSe "l" JrrOVlSlOllS A I 1KD GEHER1L HSHCH1KDISS, 411 KING STKEF.T, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islaoda. &j Sew Goods by every steamer. Ji878-'ly 9. TTT ft OP THIS. lETKOLEUM is one of the oldest remedies known to maand its medicinal virtue have been recognized in every ? age - from the Pharaohs down. It has been rightly named NAUItES 1IEAXING OIJL. Angier's Petroleiirri EmuUiqnRrM Contains all the healing and antiseptic properties of this wonderful oil, and presents it in such a form that the weakest stomach can take it. ' : It is both food and medicine, and Oil. v,o.ircr wms nauseating. Angiers Petroleum Emulsion Is pleasant. SOc AND ni' FREE oar book EeiE" How to How to keep. ANOIER'3 PETROLEUM TABLETS, for Couehaand Throat Irritations, 25c. ANOIBR'S PETKOJLEUEi 80AF, aatiMptic aod haIior. for the toilet at; J skin. 5 . ; - - ' f x-.U rr j . : s - , - . . , FOR SALE BY HOI3jRON DRUG CO. it pi caiiuge j- Importers of OF EVERY Refined tmd. Norway Iron, Caet SPOleS irelloM- Springe We make a specialty of building Cutundersr Phaetons, Breaks, Delivery No. TO Qrieen Street, 'Y'sKio OF LIVERPOOL. "THE LARGEST IN THE WOKIaD." I Aggfltg J&D Q&YY 1 St 1892 I ' - - ' csyFire nsas on aii cidqb of insarable propeny taken at Current r&tot by S. 8140-lm THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING on nana aii me wen ano1 oweat market rates, They manufacture o on hand all the well known CHEMICAL They jruarantee the analysis, and all that other Planters would do well to write the A dollar saved is a dollar made. FERT1IZIS Proprietor aad Hanacer Hawaiian FertUsg Compaaj. TX 1 f " as such is far preferable to Cod Lirer A DOTTLE. ANCIER CHEMICAL CO., ' BOSTON, MASS. .iilS Aiil-J'? Oil mEmmm j- mm til" Carriage Qoos DESCRIPTION". Steel. Hardwood Lumber. XXu.be, - CarrIaeeTOmmer..(?oods,Et.. Vehicles for Island service, such as ons and Drays. 142,432,174.00 WALKEE, Agent for Hawaiian Islands YOU MUST HAVE TO MAKE GOOD CHOPS. ' o I COB1PANY keeps always and constants FERTILIZERS and offers them for rajo.at Wag complete High Grade Fertilizers to any special formula and firms do. undersigned before ordering anywhere else.