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THE PACIFIC COMMElff'iAF- A l V KKTISJSRr HONOLULU, FEBEUAEY G,
1895, i The Pacific Commercial Advertiser lud Bvry Morninj, Except Sunday, by th Hawaiian Gazette Company t Net. 31 M Mrchut Street. WALLACE E. FARBINGTON, EDITOB. WEDNESDAY, : FEBRUARY 6, 1805. A Kohala correspondent writes : "People here want a chance to sub- EcriDe ior me vobci ujcuiiu. Not only in Kohala, but through out every district where the sterling qualities of Mr. Carter were known, this eentiment prevails, lne iuna is in the hands of Collector-General James B. Castle of this city, who will gladly receive such contribu tions to this tribute to Mr. Car ter's memory as those in the out lying districts may see fit to forward. Jimly 5oPie5 WE DO IT! February 4, i8gj. The outlook for the sugar industry in the United States is at least blue and how it is to discovery is briefly described be made brighter is beyond WHAT ARB COMMENTS? . . 1 1 m m t trtPd that municipalities nave rp I 7 : 11 1.1 lqrfft sums of monev "fr1 1 J mm m m m y r j I ii edical fraternity in 1 J II U w c w w giving patients the benefit of what appears to be a God-send to those sections of the world where this farm of throat trouble has been fought with poor success The theory and process of this new as follows : Toxine is the poison the ken of the average man. produced in the blood by the bac- The nation cries out against illusof diphtheria, the poison to anv further tariff tinkering, the r,T"Tr: vur: farmer uses his vo.ee against a rprt!n conditions, thev multi- the bounty and the sugar pro t)lv marvelously, and the broth is ducer of Louisiana has grown impregnated with this same toxine hoarse in denouncing free poison. Strain the broth and use sugar as an insult to American 1st, The Eye; the toxine 10 mocuiate man or ;nrcfr:pc Vprilv the rro 1 uiuuuhi - j What ? GOOD MOENING ! WE FIT HAVE YOTJ TRIED beast, and disease will follow. If the toxine is reduced in strength, the disease is mild. In practice, a horse is inoculated first with a small, weak quantity of toxine, then with a stronger dose and so on. It is found that the horse be comes less and less subject to the poison, and at last is totally unaf fected by the strongest dose is im- 2d, The Foot; 3d, The Purse. tainly arrested. What a scourge diphtheria is may be judged from the fact that there have been over one hundred thousand cases in New York City alone since 1871, H110RHS s DRAMATIC RECITAL BY When'the Military Commission opened its sessions, the Govern ment informed the press of the country that no comments upon proceedings .would be allowed. This was looked upon as preemi nently - proper, and - commended itself to the good sense of the news papers and the public generally. The unnatural state of affairs which calls for martial law is proof posi tive that certain bounds should be marked which under ordinary cir cumstances, are not, necessitated. In view of recent events it seems to be equally fitting to ask what is to be regarded as comment. It is natural to,8uppose that this was left to the common sense of the public print and that no one would show the idiocy of seeing how far he could trespass upon, vthe forbid den ground of the Military Com mission without coming within the clutches of the guards . put out to protect the action of that body. Is It the intention' to allow the publication of matter, theepirit of which may be interpreted aa cast ing contempt, not only upon mem bers of the Commission, but upon every man having a knowledge of matters which present conditions require should be kept secret? Was the admonition of the Gov ernment simply a matter of form? We certainly do not so regard it, and speak advisedly when we say it was not so intended. If facts already published are not to be regarded aa included inthe understanding with the press of the country, as to what should be made public, it is very natural for the question to arise as to the ex tent of the liberties to be allowed. Public" sentiment is set strongly I SchoolandColle9e Studenl8 23c- against any action which should cast reflection upon the dignity of the officials of the Government, and the publication of a "leak" calls for a more complete explana tion than the wild "Hurray, we have dared disobey the orders of the Government, what are you go ing to do about it?" . Foolish, short sighted dare devils - havo their use in the world like -every -other individual, but they are entirely out of place when a nation is undergoing the crisis which Hawaii has experienced. The query calling for a definition of comment as connected with the military commission is not advan ced in the spirit of criticism but rather that each individual may treat passing events with liberty. I r 1 ... it -l TkT r ii 1 rt inrotrhonnrp rt rnmmprna mune, as it is cauea. now, 11 ine u w6v, horse in its immune state is bled, relations that has been consid- it is found that the serum (or clear ered, generally, mutually satis liquid part) of the blood is a posi- fact0ry, but, if the United tive antidote to the poisonous tox- cMt w:n not sweeten its ine; in other words, an 4anti-tox- ct . , ine" It is this that is used for the f?ffee German SUSar inoculation of the diphtheritic pa- uncie oam cannui expect tients. It seems well established Uncle Fritz to gorge himself that, except in late stages of the on American spareribs. In disease, its progress is almost cer- tjs instance retaliation works ducer and the legislator are between "the devil and the deep blue sea." Nor is sugar the only staple that is sailing 11 i - l 1.. in trouDiea waters; ouseiy allied to it is the meat industry, between the United States and WHAT ELSE CAN YOU Eurooe there has been a sort A - EXPECT ? toot: powd H EE.? McINERUT'S harder on the United States than it does on Europe. How long can the American pro ducer continue selling sugar at SHOE STORK Ef.WlCHiAN Fort Street. A MAP OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS GOES WITH EACH t BOTTLE. O- of which over a third have proved a half cent a pound under cost fatal. of making? And where is the remedy except in cutting off TTJCT A FEW WORDS the production . and planting the fields with something" more on a subject orofitable. There's no helo in whlch we know win interest every one: A AT I a . legislation; to add to the duty we nave cone tne nne watcn would make the situation Worse for ;the legislators -which had formerly been cent to the mere 1 Cirmnt. wan fi mf. rrrmrlv handlatl In rmv Jllr. U. J VV Illtliey that would be . worked against f i?? k ?!p"en.;l k .as tnem. lntluence cannot be nnivmvn vrv'TA crrnr nnvhrnn m:-v,-a f xr v .u..i hroimht tn hear nnon lflaiUUU 1U OlfiOl UlULftO lOWtne well-known Masical Talent: I h nrnnpon frnvfrnmpnte frk r. Te nfllron Drug Company, . Limi PROPRIETOKS. Mr. U. Ordway, Prof. Berber, AT Y. M. C. A. HALL. ON Saturday Evening, February 9, '05 General Admission OOc. S909-lw FAMEHAMEHA 11 MANUAL AND- PREPAEATOET interests of their people are at ha?d..a.ny, lot8t;pa?.Lof- ' comcatod Stake and must be protected, iue to the repairing of fine watches is Take off the duty . and the our especial forte. .A i . The number of watches which find their way into our Repairing Department after having been through the hands of numerous EXPERT8 (?)is beyond belief. Whilst we are at all times ready and willing to do every conceiv able kind and condition of a job would it not pay you better to bring your watch tous in the first place and be assured of an honest amount of work at a reasonable price, rather than take it from one to another, causing you delay and annoyance, to say nothing of the greater expense? nil CMIAG E MAI RTU1G COMPANY position is worse because the day of bounties to the produc er of any particular article in the United States is buried with the dead past We would suggest that the matter be submitted to the committee on dehorning hydraulic rams, in the American Congress and let them find a relief. The Clauss Knives are with- We Charge LeSS out question the best thing in the world for cutting warm For Perfect Work bread or cake; best because of the facility with which they gO than you have been used to paying for Importers of Carriage Goods OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. TteHned and Norway Iron, Cast Steel. Hardwood Lumber, Hubs, Spokes, Felloes. Springs, Axles, Carriage Trimmers' Goods, Etc. We make a specialty of building Vehicles for Island service, such as through the materials For Zrao Cutunders Phaetons Break young married ladies who per- cleans your watch with a pair of bellows ULUUUC1 JL llCtC JJAtJclKS, REOPEN February 12. 3908-td la the Circuit Court of the First Circuit. LN BANKRUPTCY, cTe : I i and a crow-bar for 50 cents makes more v , t "w uu money than the honest workman who these knives are particularly does an honest job and charges an recommended because all no!" Z1' , in frt Weighty effects are removed njnning fairly well, it is no criterion that V? ' 2i 1 1 . t , mi kv their use oeen property repaired, ine grear a annoyance, attendant upon the repair- A nsh scaler for a quarter ingof a watch, is that 99 out of 93 cannot ?o r rsf Uo. : . tell if the work is well done but are v.. uv uwt niviiiicnu Battened if the watch is keeping some- you can make because its use where near the correct time. savps timf RpcMpc tVi .l Who can see the jewel protruding half saves time, resides the Scales wav out of the plate, or worse, sunk down are more thoroughly removed through the plate, fastened in with a from the fish than with a knife. &l?&rS!32 We have received another broken staff, sinks the jewel a little invoice of the Iaro-e cJt Pon, lower, tells you he has put in a new invoice oi Uie large Size Fansy taff and charges you alitile less than otOVes. We consider this the the price and you go on your way rejoic- : t a. j mi ji ii DeSt WOOd Or COal StOVe On the DQl.Bome uyyouwiuaiscover uae 7fcvyvv VJH U1C I franrt -snh vnrV pannnf loot Inner If. ia quick dear at any price, which you soon dis- Delivery Wagons and Drays. NTo. TO Queen Street, HONOIjUIiIT! H. E. McINTYEE BRO., IMPORTERS -AJSTJD DKAJLiEIlS IN market because it is a equal THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE hnrr on t,eo r..i cover to your sorrow. JL of C. L. Brito of Honolulu, Oahu, a Vir it t C 1UC1, Moral: Make no mistake; take it EankrnDt. We Ve SOld thousands nt thfm where vou know it will h whII treated Creditors of the said Bankrupt are and everv one has oivpn cfJc and that is the Repairing Department of THE ANTI-TOXINE TEEATMPNT bereby notified to come in and prove their r' t u . 1 btil15" axiii iuaixijs nu.AiAu.nr. debts before the Circuit Court of the First Action. The price is easv lor Groceries, and sssa.sssrsTBsiss.'Wia ?? sj.fi. The s. p. "wichsian. O r t mr . .11 ItOtT I lil - . . A . 11 KsUte. Bv the Court. GEO. LUCAS, 'lerk. .wuiv,ai eweuto uas etureu iiiariv i . . ' . - . r ti J I flaw nt K ohm lrrr lcn Ko- I IViClZ t II ."mVPC Will o victories over deadly microbes of hours of ten o'clock in the forenoon and within the next two week Tf disease, and now the ant,toxine h?f:!daa?deIec -ABsignee, vn "J5"S7!rS-. front as one of the remarkable achievements of the age. After yeara of study and experiment, prominent physicians of the old world have been able to place a barriej'in the advance of this much dreaded malady which will reduce the death rate from diphtheritic af fections to a minimum. In Berlin and elsewhere the death rate has already been reduced fully 40 per cent. So thoroughly has the effi cacy of the treatment been demon- Something New. or rnal tnp P) I ic- i . ctAVQ T "ic uct I have just returned from thfc Coast Siove We nave ever seen for and have opened up a complete stock of the purpose. If vou contpm. "i " irom su?:ar to ine cnoicest oi Juxunes. piate buying a new oil stove My motto is to give value for wait and examine th n; VALUE. Everything new and fresh. t Prima onn rrot mn-wr tiri'na Q rtti Via vinced. J. II. GUY, as wait and examine the it will broil, fry or bake well as the best coal stove you ever saw, pernaps a little BAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS. New Goods received by every packet from the Eastern States and Europe. Fresh California Produce by every steamer. AJ1 orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. PostofSce Box 145. Telephone No. 92. r YOU MUST J HAVE TO 1 MAKE GOOD I CROPS. REIMS ! bet ter. At Hawaiian Gazette Office. Tie Hawaiian Hardware Co. Lti Oppott itprvekela TlnTi Hotel and Union Hotel. Cash Grocer. sts , opp Arlington 3859-3m Jss. W. JBergstrom, THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING COMPANY keeps always and constantly on hand all the well known CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS and offers them for sale at the lowest market rates. . They manufacture complete High Grade Fertilizers to any special formula ana guarantee the analysis, and all that other firms do. Planters would do well to write the undersigned before ordering anywhere else. A dollar saved is a dollar made. P'ANO, PIPE AND REED ORGAN i Tuner and Repairer. Orders left ai hruai'd Bookstore, will receive prompt I c attention. 386tf-v JL. F. COOKE, Proprietor and Manager Hawaiian Fertilizing Company. X n i V.