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THE PACIFIC CQV WFCIfOTAt- A 1) V K liTISEE: HONOLULU, FEBUUARY 22, 1895.
IheWic Commercial Advertiser I.tued Every Mornmj, except Sundny, hy th Hawaiian i i azkttk Company t '. ir int street. WALLACE R. FABBIHGTON, EDITOR. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1893. A leading exchange says Gover nor McKinley voiced the feeling of great multitudes of voters when he said : " The people are tired of this tariff tinkering, bond issuing, debt increasing, treasury-depleting, buei-ness-paralyzing, wage-reducing and lueen-restoring Administration." If President Dole desires to be grate fully remembered in this country, be will retain Lllluokalanl at home and keep her ofTour lecture platform. San Francisco Call. Never fear. If there is any lec turing to be done, the Hawaiian Government will assume personal direction, at d see to it that Uncle Sam is not molested. THE GREAT DEPORTED. The arrival in San Francisco of numerous members of the polit ical prisoners who have helped to swell the list of what might well be termed our friends, the enemy, will doubtless be the signal for the inauguration of more wildcat stories regarding the Hawaiian rebellion than even this country has thus far been subjected. This is to be expected, but we venture the pre diction that those who furnish cap ital for the yarns will find mighty cold comfort in the results. It should be remembered that each and every member of the great deported wh6 leave this country by reason of the recent re bellion, do so of their own free will anbT 'accord. They are perfectly free to remain and run the chan ces of . being found guilty before the Military Commission, and there yet remains to be' heard a man who has not been given every possible opportunity to clear his record from criminal suspicion. By departure from the country they are following the dictates of their own conscience and by put ting their signature to the docu ment which secures their release they virtually admit their guilt. No force has been used : No threats. Every act of the Government has been free and above board. The decision Jay between the results of a fair trial, and ridding the coun try of their presence. Possibly on arriving at San Francisco there may be those who will seek to pose as injured Hawaiian innocence abroad, and may obtain a momentary no toriety thereby, but it should not be forgotten that they have left be hind facts, figures and documents which are neither indicative of in nocence or ignorance. COSVESTS TO ANNEXATION. more effective annexation capital could be produced than'tbe proof that'' this -Republic is -fully able to administer its internal ailiirs and cope with the enemies within its own borders. Many in different minds in America have been converted to ' active sup porters of the cause of the cone8smanmosheidbr of i" isiana, who 1 until recently has op posed annexation, though fa vora ble to close commercial relations between the countries. Today his opinion, which is one of many, is expressed as follows : "It Is traditional with us not to an nex or acquire territory outside of the comment, nor to take In uncongenial i i . auu lunarmonious elements, ear- clally when such population exisU in larrpa n nm ruin KnaiiMK .AnnllUn I large numbers: but such a proposition as that of Hawaiian annexation has never before been presented. The dominant element In tho?e islands Is American, and the case Is quite difTer- cu6 irom me proposition to acquire joauuj AwmiLgo, wnose people pos sesseu oaruzy an element In accord with our own civilization and Institu tions. Great Britain in her policies has always voiced the Anglo-Saxon At m. & A I 1 a 0 euument oy mrowing ner protecting shield over those countries to which ner people hive emigrated, and where they, had acquired control orrecogniiv able power as a part of that popula tion. That country baa proceeded on the theory that 'blood la thicker than MA feeJinf of oppoaltlon to Hawaii a anncTaUam baa existed am tne ground that our national government would have great trouble In keep ng i i rw. and in miaranteeiug to (St Po?le . republican Jtorni .of government, mis appreucuOJUU be largely removed by recent events. What has occurred has produced confidence that the Hawaii an people will be able to maintain a creditable local government without outside aid, and that the resources i of the islands are ample for the mainte nance of local government without grievously burdensome taxation has never been questioned. It is said that blood will tell, and though the Americans are far from being in a numerical majority they doubtless will be able to control, not as a politi cal oligarchy, but through their su perior intelligence, energy and cour age. The case stands quite different from what it did a twelvemonth ago. The republican government is firm Jy established through its own power and energy and the recognition of the lead ing powers of the world. That It is capable of entering into terms - of an nexation free from complications is now apparent, but which was not the case a year ago. Its right to dispose of itself is as complete as that of any other nation." VOICES OP THE PRESS. Again it may be remarked that the Hawaiian chickens are coming home to roost and some of them are evidently roosting on Queen Lil Philadelphia Inquirer. The arrest of the ex-queen of Hawaii for complicity in the late insurrection is not at all surprising. Nor will her exile create any sur prise if it is resolved upon and carried out. A young republic situ ated as is that of Hawaii, is surely justified in deporting those who plot its overthrow and the substitu tion of a monarchy for free govern ment. Sacramento Record Union. He (Cleveland) cannot be a pri vate conspirator against a Govern ment friendly to the United States without a gross violation of his offi cial obligations. It is the duty of Congress to protect the Hawaiian Republic from his further machi- nations, it is true mat, in nis let ter to the Kanaka emissaries last August, he denied their application for aid, but in the same letter he gave them aid. Congress should admonish him that there is a power above him in this country which can either force his good behavior or create a vacancy in his office. Cincinnati Inquirer. Slnrtion Salfj. James F. Morgan, THIS DAY. of l! This Day, February 22d AT 13 O'CLOCK KOON, At ray Salesroom, I will sail at Pab lie Anction Tis of Japanese Saki ! 7 Gallons each ; G uaranteed in perfect order and condition my To be sold in qnantities to suit pare base re. J" as. F. !M!orp,an, 3925-1 1 AUCTIONEER. AUCTION SALE OF Carriages jri Horses ! On Saturday Feb. 23d, AT ' 12 O'CLOCK tfOOJf, I will pell at Public Auction, in front of my salesroom ,Qaeen street, i Fine Doable Seated Family Carriage With Extra Pole and Harness ; 1 Brake mad 8t ZXmrneaa. 3 Gentle Family Carriage Horiti. Jas. F. Morgan, 3923-1 1 AUCTIONEER. YatoMe House for Sale. W&mmm " HE UNDERSIG ED HAVING I 1 1 . r m ' t'uiy auveriwea me ioreciopure 01 a certain niortcaee of N.F. Boriress. here- oy gives nonce tnat on MONDAY. Feb . . . . . - 25th, at J 2 noon, at the auction rooms of Jas. F. Morean, the followinz valuable property will be eotd at auction: That certain lot of cround with the build ings thereon si uate on Beretania street and numbered aslotl42in the ol t survey. . . ... . reing the s-c5nd lot east from PenfacoU street, and fronting 100 feet on t-aid Beretania street, and a like width at the mauka extremity thereof, with a width of 150 feet from taid Beretania street. The lioupe ia newlv minted and stable refihinpled ami painted within two months pist. Tre house will he open for inspection TOD Y and NlIN DA.Y, the 24th ir.et. At tto parca time th- will be fold a valatble HOKS.-. af nd good for aaddl or harna. 'For f unbar rarticalara. anuW to W. K. OatTLS Dated thia 224 day of Yehra&rr. 169S. OILUi. K WATT. AuGuon Sale Sak Jimly 5opie5 February 15, i8g. The press, voicing the senti ments 01 tne tneatre-going people, is crying for a new onera house, now that the old L one that stood idle month in and month out, is gone they want a place of amusement. There's nothing like being de nnvpd of a thinp- to make 1 people feel they must have it. But where is the money to come from? The people here who have money to spare are not those who build theatres or anything else through pub lic spiritedness, there must be in sight some return for the investment and none can be seen in the theatre project. It is pretty well understood that fVi rt nnpn hnnsp was an 5 , : , expense 01 aoout twomousana dollars a year to its owners with an offset of about $1500 per year for rentals. Not much monev in the invest ment is there? Americans will tell you that there is not a city the size of Honolulu any where in the West but what has its onera house and two or three electric railway lines,: but if 'vnn-aclc who built them VOll will learn that it was through the energy and enterprise of men who had corner lots and outside property for sale. mao tnat nas not naa, ana nrnKiW npvpr Will finvR n - 1 : real Cbiaic uuum, iu J Stiddy growth." An opera house will not bring any better returns in Honolulu than WmlA nn iV fxrtnrxr nt thf , . INOrtn role ana Uie people wno want one ouut Know.it. How many people are there in Honolulu that would subscribe a thousand dollars each toward building one? Not a dozen outside the editors of the news papers; but show an invest ment that will bring them a guaranteed return oi 25 per cent, and they would tumble over each other to put their names down on the subscrip tion list. II VOU are tninkin? abOUt painting your house you can CIO nothing better than exam- in nur rarrlc cfinwrnrr nlnrc Paints vucannd in "he T T T-fc mT assortment, just what you need for either inside or out side work, and von ran ae.t MfJcffn,non, lfo ouujiav.i.ui j wuiw if vnn hnncrht whitf lnd anrl ;i ' j a rn lr ' Oil and mixed you OWn colors. Ihe DiPment in our mixed paints is the best that can be a. n found nnvwhpre' th& Ipad ? 1 A J l : : J " I juoc itau, tiiiu. z-iuu u puic i Zinc YOU get no Whiting" and annoyance attendant upon tne repair 1 5 i I inpr of watch, is that 99 out of 93 cannot " uu cuuipuunub. xiicbc mixed paints Will Stand the I j -n .r Wear and tear Of this Climate better than any Other paint m.n..r- 1 vi r ? 1 . i uuuiauuiv,u. vvoitiisy 13 I VOU to trv them and spp trint Our Statements regarding the quaiiry 01 Hie paint are not I exafrfrmtPd. vp&-- 1 Solid Silverware is almost as I much in demand as it was Christmas time it is Useful ,.l- mnntt, .1 j twelve months in the year and j use as acceptable to your wife as it was two months ago. Our stock is kept filled up at all times so that we can supply any demand made upon us. The Haviland China we snow you IS rather better than anything have ever shown wtioic, mc ucsigns are ainer - entand probably more inviting to persons who have a pen chant for fine China. We will be pleased to furnish prices on application. Hie Hawaiian Haitare Co. Ltd. DO IT! What ? WE FIT 1st, The Eye; 2d, The Foot; 3d, The Purse. WHAT ELSE CAN YOU expect ? McINEENTS I ca tt c TP. Qmnpi? U Hi W I fl H M A IV Fort Street. " wj. xiir u vaiw on a subject which we know will interest everv one: For years we have done the fine watch repairing in Honolulu. lMflcuit work oi every description I wmcn naa lorrneny oeen sem to tne uoaeii wu unt propenr uaauieu in our ReianW Denartment. Such work as CHANGING KEY TO STEM WINDERS repairing complicated watches of every gS'hSrSSW'SSSiS watch; in fact any difficult work pertain- mg to the repairing of fine watches is our especial forte. The number of watches' which find their way into our Repairing Department after havintr been through the hands of numerous EXPERT8 (?)is beyond belief . Whilst we are at all times ready will ins: to do every conceiv able kind and condition of a iob would it not pay you better to I and be assured of an honest amount of &SZ&Sl I delay and annoyance, to Bay Dothing of tho greater expense? We Charge Less For Perfect Work than you have been used to paying for i mienor work risht along, I As a matter of f act.the expebt( ?) who I cleans your watch with a pair of bellows and a crow-bar for 50 cents makes more I money than the honest workman -vho 1 -l 1 . . t Sest price. J c g r . Because your watch is retarned to you I rns y wen, li, ia do critenon mai r 1 11 a. a u has been properly repaired. Thegreat tell if the work is well done-but are satisfied if the watch is keeping Bome- wnere near tne correct time. Who can see the jewel protruding half way out of the plate, or worse, sunk down through the plate, fastened in with a little glue. or hammered in with a sledee. How oiten the bxpkbt trrinds off the lower, tells you he has put in a new aai1 ana cnarges yon autue less man !-h Pe and you go on your way rejoic- iag. nui some oay you wuiaiscover me fraud, 6uch work cannot last long. It is Lf :iEmc&J0UBOOnd18- Moral: Make no mistake; take it where you know it will be well treated and that is the Repairing Department of H. F. WICHMAN. Something New. 1 have 3a8t returned from thfe Coast SSgEfa ironi saar 10 tne cnoiceet 01 luxuries My motto is to eive VALUE FOR VALUE. Everything new and fresh. Come and tret my prices and be con vinced, j. H GUY, Cash Grocer. Hotel and Union sts , opp Arlington Hotel. assg-m Jcs. W. Bergstrom, PIANO. PIPB AND BRED ORGAN Toner and epirr. Orders rt a J hrnu'i BksiBre .witt rtctive pioaont 1 FOR FACE, HANDS, SKIN COMPLEXION. h r " " ' ' V-x. " f V' V v I; i ' ff' III hi " ll' v. " 1 1 ;.4.,r''. What others say tells the story : Boston, February 6, 1892. Mr. Hinds: Yonr face preparation is evidently jasfc what I . want ....... I have used other like face mixtures and can Bay that this surpasses any I have useld for soreness of the face, from the "make up" which J30 thor oughly poisons my tkin. . With best recommendations, 1 am, ' . Very respectfully, MAY A. BOSLEY. "Lillian Darell Opera Co." Mme. Fbusch MADi,tha distinguish ed prima donna, telegraphs as follows: New Yobz, April 8, 1889. Mb. A. S. Hinds, Dear Sir: I have used your Honey and Almond Cream for some time and find it invaluable for a toilet article. Kindly send me byexpres8, C. O. D., another dozen of the large bottles, that 1 may take some to Europe with me. Yours truly, E. FBUSCH MADI. 1 SOLD BY HOBRON SOLE H E. McINXYRE & BRO., EAST CORNER FORT ISfPORTKRS Groceries; Provisions and Peed. New and Fresh Goods received bv and Euroi ean Markets. Standard grades of canned Vegetables, Fruits and Fish. Goods delivered to any part of the city. Satisfaction guaranteed. Island trade solicited. P. O BOX 145. VALUE OF An experiment with ball bearings was recently made in Canada. A street car fitted with ball bearings was drawn a distance of several hundred feet by men pulling on the three strands of or dinary sewing thread. A carriage manufacturer put another style of ball bearings on the axles of a coach .ordi narily pulled by four horses. A trained dog was hitched to the pole, and he drew the coach around the yard with little effort. Daily Bulletin. Our imperial Ball-Bearing Axles can be adjusted to any Carriage or Hack. HAWJUIH :- CARRIE :- NO. 70 QUEEN STREET. FERTILIZERS ! THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING COMPANY keeps always and constantly on hand all the well known CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS and offers them forsaleftt the loweet market rates. . ' 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 the undersigned beore ordering anywhere else. A dollar saved is a dollar made. JL. 1?. COOKE, Pmsrktor ced Uxjuzt Uawasa FcrtSlsSxs texrpany . THE AND HIND'S HONEY AND ALMOND CREAM con tains no oil, urease or chemicals; it is neat and cleau!y,and cannot harm 3 the most delicate . or -t N sensitive skin. Fort Wayne, Ind , Dec., 4, 1890. Ms. A. S. Hinds: Sib: I have discovered a virtue in your "Honey and Almond Cream," not mentioned in the book attached to the case. My four year old boy was stung by a wasp on the top of bis finger. While waiting for some one to bring Pond's Extract, I put the linger in the neck of a bottle of "Cream." The pain stopped irutantlg, and with big tears on his cheeks the little fellow said, "I want to kiss the man who gave me that bottle.'? . I have since used it for bites of moa quitos and other insects with equal success. I would be glad for others to have the benefits of my experience. Yours; etc., GEKTRtJDE HAMILTON. I DRUG CO. AGENTS. Vv, AND KING- STREETS AMD DEALERS IK everv packet from California. Eastern Ktatps. TELEPHONE NO. 92. BALL BEARING. MANUFACTURING :- COMPMY YOU MUST HAVE TO MAKE GOOD CROPS. -C3 or