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THE PACLF1C niVMKlit'lA' ADVERTISES; HONOLULU, JANUARY 30. 1895.
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The Pacific Commercial Adertiser
lul Bvary Moninji Exempt
Sunday, by th
Hawaiian Gazette Company
41 No. 318 Mcrrhant trMt.
WALLACE B. PABUI5QT05, EDITOB.
WEDNESDAY. : JANUARY 30, 1805
5 ? '
Tine admirable letter of , . the.Ho:
nolnla correspondent of the Wash-
paper of January. 15thtaied vciy
clearly the political Situation Lere,
at the time it was wntteD, and the
possibility of an outbreak in the
near future. No statement could
haye been made more opportunely,
as a prelude to the telegraphic
net7 of the rebellion in Honolulu,
which was Dublished in the same
Washington paper of the 19th inet.
The public in that city had been so
well posted in advance, that when
the news carried by the Alameda
reached there by telegraph, the ex
act situation here was known, and
the collapse of all the plans of the
deluded rebels foreshadowed with
remarkable accuracy.
President Cleveland will have
reason to remember that there is a
slight sentiment favoring annexa
tion in the little State of Maine. If
we are hot very much mistaken he
has more than a passing acquaint
ance with-the person and influence
of one, John L. Stevens, who is now
quietly but effectively wielding an
editorial pen in the city of Augus
ta. Mr. Stevens' near neighbors
Senators Frye and Hale have-not
let an opportunity rpass to throw
hot shot into the camp of the cuc
koos guarding, the Cleveland Ha?
waiian policy, while Representative
Boutelle, whose "undaunted courage,
has never been questioned when a
inatterpf right or wrong isinyblyed,
is always to be found leading the
van when Hawaii's 'interests are at
stake. There isxertaihly a'bond
. of sympathy, between Hawaii: and
rock-bound, loyal liew England.
thing more than a simple feel
ing of friendliness toward her,
has quietly steered for the open
unaided and alone, and shown to
the world that if worst comes to
worst she can exist without, the
protecting influence of a friendly
lee shore. Business, which during
the. first week of the rebellion was
practically at a standstill, is going
forward with a renewed energy, in
spired by the increased confidence
that for the first time in its history
this country is in the hands of a
Governmsnt that can deal properly
with any internal strife that may
arise. The military tribunal prac
tically holds .the fate of the nation
in its hands, and it could-not be
"with a mora trustworthy body. The
people have full and complete con
fidence in the outcome of the delib
erations of this court. Every day
the political prospects grow bright
er. ttoyaiism, as a suDjeci ior po
litical division, is now a matte'r of
history. Party lines may be drawn
en the issue of annexation vs. the
continuance of the Republic.
The opposition to this all
.... . m "
absorbing object of American
sentiment, should it happen to
show its head, will, however, be
buried as completely as has the
royalist opposition to the existing
powers.
The wor of the military and
civic supporters ot the present
Government will not be complete
or its ardor diminished a degree
until the stars and stripes float
over tne executive building ot
Hawaii by order and with the full
consent of the Houses of Congress
and Chief Executive of the United
States representatives of the
American people.
In commenting on the fact that
as late as 1824 a woman in Eng
land was muzzled for bei tig' too free
with her talk, the Journal -des
Debate, Paris, remarks dryly mat
those persons who thinks that
nothing nas been done to- amelio
rate .the lot of women during this
century arer wrong." 'l
ABL23 WBTAHD-A02TBt
Jaxa.es F. . Morgan.
THIS JD AY.
finely Sopies JOHN NOTT,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
January jo, iSgf.
The necessity for a revenue
cutter lor rionoiuiu ana vicin
ity has been materially felt
during the past few weeks
more than ever before. Nor
will the feeling die out while
opium is contraband. Scarce
ly a weekipasses but. .what
some "long, Ew. rakish craftV is
sighted off : the , islands by
omcers oi -tne isiana sieamers
and the next we hear .is that
opium has fallen. in" price.
Nearly every one believes that
a revenue 'cutter wouia De a
factor in reducing the quantity
of the drug landed on these
shores. It has long been said
t A !f ? 1 1 J J
uui li opium nitty uc iduucu i tt -rr ri j
other things could be; from HOUSe Keeping GOOQS
disclosures recently made the
Steel 'and
Iron Ranges
8TOVE9 AND FIXTURES,
Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE, ROBBER HOSE
PUMPS, ETC., ETC.,
KING STREET.
W
It
Miit- r r r-i n m
Whatever tura events in the I flll, 111(1 Xfl h h flm K
United States in which .this country .
ia concerned, may have te since -
the last advices were received; the This Mominfe, Jan. 30th
American people vill find that the
determined little .Republic of Ha
waii haa from first to last pursued
a careful and dignified policy which
will rejoice the hearts of her friends
and set at naught the schemes and
intrigues of her enemies. Hawaii
is today nearer annexation to the
United States, not simply because
it is something that is bound to
come ana eacn day that passes
. brings the day nearer, but rather ow
ing to the fact that this country has
demonstrated beyond all question
its abilities as a governing power
that cannot be twisted or shaken
from its foundation by the first ser
ious ill wind that blows across its
political arena.
AT IO O'CLOCK.
will sell at Public Auction, at my
- Salesroom. Qaeen street,
100 BOXES 100
Fresh :- Apples
EX AUSTRALIA.
Jas. F. Morgan,
3905-lt AUCTIONEER.
THIS DAY.
BEAN, BEAK
AT AUCTION.
."isatasssjs doming, ja. mh
we
today. Not only has the backbone
of the rebellion been broken, but
the Government is slowly but
surely twining its fingers of jus
tice about each and every vertebra
that has made up the miserably
constructed spinal column and
crushing them into a bone meal
which carefully digested, will add
new strength to the bone and
sinew of a young and healthy re
public. Not only this, our Gov
ernment has struck at the very
nerve .centers and! is.diseecting the
revolutionary animal in a manner
that assures no earthly resurrec
tion within the confines of Hawaii.
Liliuokalani like her dictator
friend Cleveland, has seen that po
litically she is a dead letter, and
the less she dabbles in the affairs
of the nation, the better for her
and all who would follow in her
footsteps. The actions of both
have been repudiated by the peo
ple whom each swore to serve
and protect with honor and dig
nity. Hawaii seeing that she could not
realize the moral . support from a
nation which ought to have some-.
AT IO O'CLOCK,
I will sell at Public Auction, for acconnt
01 wnom it may concern, at the
PACIFIC MAIL DOCK
D 854 Sacks Bran, 61,960 pounds
F 454 " 28,955
M 432 " 30,750 '
D 509 " " 33,600
opinion may be changed to
read: "if arms can be landed
opium can." With a revenue
cutter capable of making 12
knots an hour, there's no rea
son why, with the amount of
information the Government piumbing, Tin, Copper
receives irom men at ine coast,
regarding the shipment of AD
opium into this district, that Sheet Iron Work.
the traffic could not be check-
in providing: for such a depart- D1M0ND -:- BLOCK
ment because it coula be let
out on tenders, and the best
bid accepted. There is no
necessity for a large steamer,
it would only be in the way,
something about the size of
Iwalani would answer the pur- UTQQJlJI I
pose aarairauiy. uomcs uc
ing used as a patrol it would
be ready at all times for such
emergencies as have been felt
for a steamer during the past
vear or so. 1 ne government
nas had to pay considerable
money to transportation com-
: r I
panics ior reamers, anu TTATTTWA V Qfk TTT.T?.
sum . coma nave been . savea julxl x jjl :i ? n x .uuu jjij
fha Government .if it had owri-
a cutter. If Necker island
ould .:be used : as r a cable
station, there may pe other
occasions when ayessel ofthis
character may be needed.
Did you ever see such a
collection of beautiful pieces of
Haviland China as we show in
our window this week? Just
examine the decorations and see
their character! Oyster plates
with delicate sprays of forget-me-nots
twined in beautiful
combinations of old gold and
smylax around the ederes. If
m
OF THIS.
PETROIETJM i one of the oldett remedies known
to man, and its medicinal virtues hare been recognized
erery age from the Pharaohs down. It has been
Mce a Not i
in
rightlj named KATTJItlTS UEALJNQ Oil
Angier's PtetrolelimEmulsionte
- 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 both food and medicine, and as such is far preferable to Cod Lirer
w i-ircr ju. i nauseaung. Angler's Petroleum Emulsion is pleasant.
Oil
FREE
our book
MIL"
How to
How to
e
et C
AfiCIEn CHEMICAL -CO.,
No, for my awakening was a stern
reality. Yes, I entered McINERNY'S
SHOE STORE yesterday and bought a
pair of
J ; t fr ; 3 -
-AND
HARRINGTON
WAUKENPHAST
hoes
FOR
9
.00
I coald Bcarcely believe my own eyes,
and this morning I bought another pair
McINERM'S
Japanese
Goods.
1
CTerms Caah. U. S. Gold Coin.
Jas. jB IVtorp-an,
3905-lt AUCTIONEER.
Landlord Sale.
XTOTIOEIS HERESY GIVEN THAT
rN on FRIDAY, February 8th. 1895.
there will be sold at the auction room of
Jas. F. Morgan, Oueen street, on acconnt
of non-payment of rent dne me from
WongTai Poon of Palama.the following
articles which were distrained for rent
due me by him: 1HC Kocker Chair,
bola, red lounge, L, unge, 2 a Vi Chaiir,
1 51 T Table. Inlaid Table. Veranda
Chair. Laee Ruz. 1 Cock. 1 Gold
Watch, etc.
Ihe above articles will be sold on tbe
above date, unless the rent and all ex
penses are naid on or before the above
date. J. C. CLUNEY.
S39vtd
Lost.
AT Ui SUNDAY LAST,
a Diamond Kinjr. J-inder will b
suitably reward-d by
with Uazsttx office.
c 'muiunicating
39(K-tf
vnii nrp cnxnnnr r rllnnpr vnur I fori believe in laying in a stock when
table will look better, and you Buch inducements as this is offered.
wui suu more win tne admiration
of ypur guests if you have the
dishes to set it with. If you
will notice the illustrations in
any of the magazines showing
interiors of fine dwellings you SHOE STORE.
Ml lt l 1 J' I
wui see on an tne oressmgf
tables pictures ot a half dozen
bits of China on a tray. These
are known as Boudoir Sets
and contain 11 pieces. We
have them in chrysanthemum
and Marguerite patterns, and
sell them at $4.50. They con
tain boxes for puffs, pins and
all sorts of things used on a
dressing case. Another pretty
designed for the use of one
T
person, it contains a sugar
Dowi, creamer, teapot and cup
and saucer on a very pretty
tray, ineyare decorated in
really exquisite designs.
The dinner set shown in the
upper window of our store is
the handsomest in Haviland
we have ever had. It contains
156 pieces and is rather differ
ent in design from anything
we have ever imported. The
decorations are in pure gold
in a sort of scroll design. The
coffee cups both large and small,
are very pretty in shape, as are
the rest of the dishes. This set
is especially commended to
people who entertain and who
want a proper outfit for their
tables.
Tbe HauaflaH Hardware Co. lH
Silk ris Good.
Cotton Dress Goods,
Gent's Silk Bnlrts.
Gent's Cotton Shirts,
Gent's Fancy CrepeJShirts.
Straw and Felt Hats,
Umbrellas and Parasols,
Fancy Screens, Hosiery,
Handkerchiefs and Neckties,
For both ladies and gentlemen.
ANQIER'S PETROLEUM TABLETS; for Courtis and Throat Irritations, 25c
XNGIER'S PETROLEUM SOAP, antiseptic and healin. for the toilet and skin. 115
' FOR SALE BY
HOBRON
. .... J 1 j
DRUG
CO.
HAWAII !- CARRIAGE j- ' llKTURl
Importers of Carriage fiords
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
refined and Norway Iron, Cast Steel, Hardwood Lumber, XXube,
Spokes, ITelloes. Springs, Axles, Carriage Trimmer Goods, JUtc,
. O
We make a specialty of building Vehicles for Island service, such as
Cutunders, Phaetons, Breaks,
Delivery Wagons and Drays.
No. TO Queen Street:,
HQNOIiTJIiP'J
V7atch our advertisement for new
goods arriving by every steamer.
IWAKAM I,
HOTEL STREET.
Next to reek's Commission Kooms
3902-tf
Notice.
A T THE
ANNUAL MEETING OP
the Kilanea -ugar Company held
this 23d day of Jannry, A. V. li9o, the
followine officers were duly elected to
eerve during the ensuing year:
W. G. Irwin President
W. MlGiffard ice President
w ( Seoretary and
H. M. Whitney, Jr Treasurer. -
Theo. C. Porter Auditor
H. M WHITEY, Jr.,
Secretary KUaaea Sugar Company.
Honoluiu, II. I. January 23d. 1S95.
390O-6t
Eoyal Insurance Co.;
OF LIVERPOOL.
" THE IiARGEST IN THE WOBIiD."
Assets January 1st, 1892, 1 42,432,1740
by
tO'Jtire ns&s on all kid as of insurable property taken at Current rates
8140-lm
J. S. WALKER,
Agent for Hawaiian Man da
F
ITM1S
YOU MUST
HAVE TO
MAKE GOOD
CHOPS.
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING COMPANY keeps always and constantly
on hand all the well known CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS and offers them forfsale at
the lowest market rates. ' . ' ' . , , V .
They manufacture complete High Grade Fertilizers to any special formula and
guarantee the analysis, and all that other firms do. . , :- ,
Planters would do well to write tbe undersigned before ordering anywhere el.
XJ A dollar saved is a dollar made.
A F. CQGEE,
Proprietor and Manager Hawaiian Fertilising Company

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