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i'AClifJi: ' o.ff EKCIAI. A1)V KitflSKh; UOyOFJLU, 3IAKCH 11, 1895. i UK '"6 Pacific Commercial Advertiser ., -.1 nv-ry Mcr. .:r..i. Except mitUy, fy in Al IAN (Ia.kttk Company ;M .r li-ntj Street. AM. ACE K. FAP.RINGTOS, EDITOR. : ON DAY MARCH 11, IS93. attention is called to of kindergarten ivcn in anomer uuiuimu. o much, cannot be paid of the mud work which tho ladies of ,i, f nuntry have inaugurated both r im- education of the children :.'t rbr development of a higher i;r-hood in the home. Marquis of Salisbury re- . ..tly told the English. House of :.-,rds th.U the enormous growth of rotation in France, Germany and .:i-.'-rira had everywhere choked . ... 1 V.ot Vl o : rri'y of England depends on vuf- opening oi new icimuij , it delay. Though these remarks - ; iade in connection with the ..mt)g of the Uganda railway, Americans may well take cogniz ance of the Ecntiment?vin..-thir flicpoition of the Nicaragua canal nlVzlrz. 'While England may be .-atiafied to allow the United States to construct and control the canal, it cannot afford to have the .idvanco of its enormous com merce checked because politicians want to play into the hands of rail way corporations. Americans must -:ther accept or reject thi3 com mercial plum, and that right soon. the IJritish Indian products. Re marking upon the effect produced bv a possible discrimination again-t American goodd Mr. Ford says : "The prohibition by China, if we can conceive Euch a prohibi tion effective, of imports of petro leum from the United State?, would be reflected in the petroleum interest directly, and all allied'in dustries by -indirection. No sys tem of differential or discriminat ing duties, intended to retaliate upon China and Chinese products, or break the force of her prohibi tion, could be framed. Prohibi tion on the part of the United States of Chinese products would be mere foolishness." He might well add that the commerce with the nations of the Orient mu3t con Etantly increase and any attempt to belittle movements to protect American shipping and commer cial interests on the western eeas is equally foolish. Timiy sopies Glironometfii VOICE OP THB PRESS. The trouble out there seems to have exercised the minda of the jingoists in this country more than it alarmed the Government in Ho nolulu. That Government ehowed that it is probably able to take care of itself, and whether it is or not is no concern of ours. Our only business there is to protect American interests in case of ne cessity. We have no right to in terfere in the. affairs of the islands orffj way or the other. Whether the existing Government is to stand or fall is for the people of Hawaii to determine. New" York Herald. Slucttan Salts. James F. Morgan. Uev. Dh. Hutciiins, in his re marks upon the "Momentum of the Kingdom of Christ," gave an able presentation of facts which are de cidedly hard nuts for the religious pessimist to crack. Though the world is far from perfect, the nu merical advance toward a higher plane of moral life is steadily in creasing. What though in the elums of civilized New York the lowest type of human and spiritual degradation can be found? What of it if the rum trad.) and other vices did advance with the mission ary, or some so-called Christians turn out to be hypocrites, and a thousand and one similar arguments that can be brought against the Church? It still remains true that the number of Christiana in the world today is larger than ever be fore. If ein could be wiped out in a day of a century, the millennium would have dawned on us long ago. There is a great deal to be done in civilizing the civilized nations, but it is a poor religion which the prpsent shortcomings among its followers will not stir to renewed effort in the future. HOUSEHOLD fori AT AUCTION ! 12 AMERICAN TRADE "WITH CHINA. On Tuesday, March AT lO O'CLOCK A. II., At the Residence of Hon. C.R BISHOP, Emma street, I Kill sell at Fabhc Auction, the entire Household Furniture, comprising in part Heavy Plate Glass -Dressing Mirrors With Marble Mantels; Mahogany Chairs and Tables. French "Walnut Office Table, Ebony Parlor Suite Upholstered in Brocaded Bilk ; Inlaid Center and Side Tables, 1 Koa State Bedstead Mahogany and Koa Wardrobes, 1 13. W. Mirror Front Wardrobe, P.W. Pillar Extention Table, FRENCH WALNUT SIDEBOARD 1 Bnreaus, B.W. Sideboard, Koa Tab!es, Etc., Etc., Etc. EJ Premises open for inspection this day, March lltb, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jas. F. Morgan, S9392t AUCTIONEER. Since the attention of the Ameri can people has been directed to their interests in the countries bor dering on the Pacific there has, not unfrequently, arisen a discoverer of so-called "jingoism." whose in clination is to belittle the necessity of his country taking an aggressive interest in affairs on this side of the world. Facts and figures re garding American trade with China, given by Hon. W. C. Ford, chtef of the Bureau of Statistics at Wash ington, ehow that though the Chinaman is not classed as a de sirable citizen for America, China furnishes a market for a consider able amount of American products, and an interruption of the trade would be felt very seriously in many sections of the States. The principal exports to China are petroleum, cotton cloths and ginseng. In 1S94 there were ex ported 40,377,20G gallons of petro leum valued at $2,435,794, and 50,458,349 yards of cotton cloth of a value of $2,772,0G5. These two products account for $5,207,000 out of a total export to China of $5,SOO,000. The exports of ginseng during 1894 were 194,000 pounds, representing the yalue of $610,000. The 1 imports from China are largely wool and tea, the United States daring 1893 receiving 20,744,689 pounds of wool valued at $1,811,427. -The tea trade has been, les-wnedrby competition ofj Fireman's fund Insurance Comp'y The Thirty-second Annual statement December 31, 189,4 how ASSETS - - $3,240,861. LIABILITIES Capital Paid-up in Cash $ 1,000,000 00 Net Surplus 843,267 81 RK-INSUTtANCB RESERVE. (Cal. Standard) Fire Marine COMPARATIVE Jan. A&ieta Re-Ins. let lleserre 1880 S 74MS7 . $ 244.G03 1885 1,120.805 407.993 1890 2,431 ,71S 797.910 1895 -3.240,861 1.222,29 $ 1,163.693 04 5 :i01 33 1,2-'V9 42 conditio:. Net 8orplus v $153,172 -268,332 484.418 S46.267 March g, :Sgj. When a man puts his wits together and invents machin ery that saves money to the farmer, the manufacturer or the planter he is called the foe to labor. The fact that he gives to the world the means of producing staples at a less cost, and consequently be comes a benefactor of the masses indirectly is not re cognized. . That he has taken work from an individual or certain classes of wage work ers is sufficient cause for the condemnation that is landed on his head. The man who invented the sugar, land implements that we sell did that which acts to a certain degree, as an offset to any tariff legislation in the United States. A whole colony of planta tion laborers could not do in one day what an Avery Stub ble Digger operated by one man can perform. It saves labor and consequently coin. In distributing fertilizers every plantation manager knows that it cannot be done by hand without loss of material. By the use of the Avery Fertilizer Distributor the material is spread so evenly that there s m 1 no loss whatever, ana one man with one of these machines can do as much work as nine without it. The results that follow the use of these implements ap ply as well to the Stubble Shovers and Disc Cultivators. The following testimonials regarding the implements should be a sufficient guaran tee of their usefulness. HcTcaisaoN Plactation Company, Na- ) AI.EHU, IIawau. March 1st, 1895. ) E. H. Hendry, Esq , Hawaiian Hard ware Company. Dear Sir: In answer to jot letter inquiring about the Avery 8tubble Dig gers and Fertilizer Distributor, 1 wou id say that the fact that we have just re ceived the second Stubble Dieser speaks for itself. We have duz over four hun dred acres of rattoon stools and consider it will be a great benefit. The Fertilizer Distributor is a eood thins and has effected a material saving of labor in the application of Fertilizer and applies it better than can be done by hand. These machines are very simple and well constructed and we have had no trouble with the working of them and we consider them one of the most useful labor FaviBg machines that can be used on a plantation. lours Truly, O. C. Hewitt, Manager U. 8. P. Co. Repairing ant Aiiostiiiff. Requiring ekill.'ul handling, is work which we are especially fitted to do. The attention of ?ea Captains and all owners of fine Chronometers which they value, is called to our excellent facili ties for putting their instruments in PERFECT 6 II APE. The long experience of our Head Watch-maker with the best concerns on the Coast in just th'.s kind of work, ena bles r.s to guarantee absolute SATISFACTION IN EVERY CASE. "We spoke casualty in our last Ad" of complicated work. You'd ought to see thearra3rof Chronographs and Repeat ers repaired during the last few weeks. Surprising where they all came from. People appreciate this kind of work at home, and it won't be long before we do every complicated watch in the countrj. H. F. WICBMAN Fort Street. Embarrassing isn't it, to have your best girl "take in" your feet whenever you visit her. JOHN H. PATY, Agent. por Information Concerning THE MUTUAL Investment -:- Union CALL OS OS IDOSKHH JOHN M.CHAStf, Office: 4CC Fort St. (Telephone 181.) J-rerl Aent. 3927 Annual Meeting THB ANNUAL MEKTING OF THE stockholders of thf . Hawaiian qtt Company, Limited for the pnrpoaw of . aWiiaic officers fur the .tuning yaxjriU b hld at the office of vv. tt, uvtY H.TURiAY. March 16. at 2 oVock. BtcrUry. Okomba Sugar Company, Papaikou, Hawaii, February 25, 1895. J Mr. Johh A. b'coTT, Wainakn, Hawaii. Dear din: The Onomea FugarCom- Eany Has now in use tnree oi the fctubble iegers. 1 think these machines are indispen sable for the proper cultivation of rattoons. We have never had an implement that would so thoroughly loosen the earth around the stools, and put the soil in such condition that the air, moisture and iertuizer would bo readily find access to the fine roots of the cane and the roots around them. lam glad to testify to the merita of these tools. The to'egar Land Disc Cul tivators arrived too late for much use in the cultivation of- the last young plant and rattoons, but I believe they will prove to be very useful and labor saving implements in districts where cane is raised without irrigation.' Your? Truly, Wm W. G iODALB. .Manager Onome Sugar Company. Buy a pair of Mclnerny's perfect fit stylish Shoes and enjoy peace of mind and foot. H At a lac, Hawaii, February 1G.1S95. Mr. K. K. Hkndry, Pref ident and Mana ger Hawaiian Hardware Company. Honolulu, Oahu. We us the Avery Htuhble Digzer.Fer tihzr Didtriba ur.and Cane CaltivatOr. They nave labor and do the work claimed for them. Tub sturble Digger 1 consid er a particularly ood implement Yours Truly, ' Gko. tio, Manager Hakalau Plantation Company. It Hawaiian Hardware Co. Lti McMERrSTS SHOE STORE. WHEEE AEB WE AT ? The Aloha Map Will Show You. Rubber Stamps Made to ; Order at tUe Gazette Office. The Maps -:- -:- -:- The Aloha Map shows the -Bight inhabitable islands of the ffronp with the mountain ranges, harbors, bays, and rivers well defined; also the tames of over one hundred of the towns on the islands. It is an excellent reference map for the home or office. It is just the map you have been looking for, to send to your absent friends, who have no distinct idea of our unique geographical position in the cross roads of the Pacific. This is illustrated intelligently by a separate map in one corner showing our distance between North America, Australia, and China. The three steamer routes across the Pacific are indicated. MAI., JDAHU . .... C-L HAWAII "ft HAWAIIAN .ISLANDS; BAY Aloha Tooth Powder Ocr aim has been to prodnce a tooth powder that will clean the teeth without harm, and at the sarnelime prove agreeable and pleasant 10 use. Aloha powder is manufactured from the very best materials, and contains no "sand" or cuttlefish bone to make it cheap. There is nothing in it that will harm the teeth or gums. We have received many very flattering verbal testimonials. That it is pleasant to use will be conceded by anyone with a brush and a pinch of the powder. That it will not harm the gums is another claim we make for it. What outsiders pay seems to carry weight. One of our customers who has used Aloha powdor for several months, says: "Before using your Aloha powder I had been troubled with sore fums. I was never free from this trouble for more than a week at a time, have now been using you powder for several months, and have not had the slightest trouble with sore gums. I believe that it was the powder that I used irritated the gums. . The Premium Offer -:- -:- -:- We give with each bottle of Aloha Tooth powder the map above referred to. We do this to push faster the introduction of this excellent dentifrice, for when once used its reputation is established. Do not ask ua for the maps. They are given only as a premium with every bottle of powder. We do not sell the maps. You get the Aloha Tooth powder for 25 cts., and the map thrown in. HOBRON DRUG COMPANY. Sufferers FROM ARB . REQUESTED OS TUB TO rSRCSB THE PAMPHLET Himalya Asthma Bemedy THE NEWLY DISCOVERED SPECIFIC for ASTHMA. 0" The Pamphlet doesn't cost anything the cure only Two Dollars, COCall on or address the H0LLI8TEB DEUG COMPANY 533 FORT STREET. HONOLULU. VINA 'S VISIT A TION, or the IIB4DXK8S PACKMAN. "I loath tbla horrid prison honset" ezelaiaisd . Vin,M ahe pod berbondolr. Bb wuthe bn tifat daughter of a eUrn.but f IUiTpa'at.irb kpt bet-in. Ilka a bird in paUnt age 6H11 sbeFaa beloTed by Apolllnarla, who ,pramld to epmo that night at twalro and carry her off J a a hack. Towards midnight her father retired: the doc tlso Aa ahe wafted ahe dored. Present ly there appeared to her headleas haekman. "So ypn hTe come with Apolllnarla tot aet me free! , Bat why headleas F Ab, I percelTe. Ton an hear 'nothing see nothing. O, what a jewel of a haekman yon are 1" gushed the girl. But her emotion cansed her to awake and ahe ' saWhe "truer parent standing before her. Apollinarls was trne to the tryst, bnt because ahe eame not he drove away and threw himself Into the sea. Carriage Trimming Goods In Leather, Dack, Ciotb, Fringes and Carpet comprising many varieties in color and design, are offered for inspection. -o- mm die urn HP 10 ir . luiiuriDT it - i JBfi urAb .unu s-i-COW :N0. 70 QUBJSN , , STBEBT.