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v;irT!KF: UONOf KL.1T. MATCCII 14, lS(Ju.
'k Pacific Commercial Adyeiilser
na,cl Every Mominj, Exepi
$ A WAII A ' i A Z KTT K COMPAN Y
WALLAC3 R. FARRINGTON, EDITOR.
M AKCH 14, 1805.
Rumors circulating among the
natives would indicate that many
of them are still inclined to look
upon President Cleveland as not
particularly friendly to the Republic.
jects, to seize or t-ecure arm?, to tie- .
tain euepected person and even j
to meet armed force with armed !
force in the optn field. i
"If he hesitates the opportunity !
may be lost of checking the first .
outbreak of insurrection, whilst j
by vigorous action the conse
quences of" allowing the insurgents
to take the field in force may be
jlmiy 5opie$ (
When a man puts Lis wits
together and invents machin
ery that saves money to the
! farmer, rhe manufacturer or
The attempt to belittle the possi- i the planter he is called the foe
bilities of the rebellion, which has tQ jabor The fact that he
cropped out eo frequently, can be .
0JLr in no hetter words than gives to the world the means
To what extent the issue at
stake should be kept alive in the
minds of the people, as brought
otft in the discussion of the pre
amble of the indemnity law, is a
feature of the recent rebellion which
cannot well be overlooked. There
is a fine medium between "rubbing
it in" arid sweeping the whole
affair into the forgotten past,
which must of a necessity be main
tained. It 13 alwayB a good plnn
to search for the silver lining of he
cloud, but it will never do for the circum8tances
fhncft nf tho iud?e : "Ihe very
efficiency of his. measures
diminieh the estimate of the danger
with which he had to cope, and the
danger once past, every measure he
has adopted may be challenged as
violent and oppressive, and be and
every one who advised him or acted
by his authority may be called
upon, in action at the suit of indi
viduals dissatipfied with his con
duct, to establish the necessity or
regularity of every act in detail by
evidence which it may be against
public policy to disclose.
"The bare litigation to which he
may be exposed may be harrassing
and ruinous. Under these and like
it seems plainly
brilliancy of the rellection to blind witbjn tke competence of the Legis-
one to each and every aspect wnicn iaturGj wnich could have author-
the cloud may present, it would ized by anlecedent legislation the
be most despicable to constantly act8 jone a8 necessary or proper
flaunt the red flag ot the past in for preserving the public peace
the faces of those deteated, nut unon a ue consideration of the
there are hard, cold, undeniable circumstances, to adopt and ratify
facts which, in justice to those wno iik acts wlien $one or, in the lan
are to como after, this country guase of the law and consideration,
cannot aliord to pass, trusting to to enact tuat they shall be, made
luck that the situation will always fln(1 declared lawful and con-
be understood as it is today. It is
much better to look matters
squarely in the face, rather than
depend on gilt edged hopes that
stand an even chance of having
little more than a theoretical
foundation. This is no time to
back aBd fill, though there is no
necessity, nor is it desirable, to go
James F. Morgan.
AUCTION -:- SALE
FOR INDEMNITY LAW. Steaill LaUIlCll
By order of the administrators of the
Es'at of Dr. O. Trousseau. I will nell at
Public Auction, at Bbewbr's vhabf,
The act of indemnity and ob
livion introduced in the Advisory
Councils yesterday, is a natural
of the extraordinary conditions ThlS Day, March 14, 1894
thrust upon the community by a at iz o'clock jjooj?,
te8whcu Steam Launch H Anni6tn
English and American history. Complete with Sails, Anchors, etc.
UtAA ftltA 1?VAA1lt!fTA A t s4 V All C11A. I
WUCJC iu0uvu0Puu,uC Tbevppsel is SO feet long. Can be
porters have been called upon to I seen previous to pale by application to A.
rule with a high hand, performing Lb- JR at Manne Railway.
acts which under civil law would
of producing staples at a less
mav ! rnt;r nnd rnnsemientlv Vp-
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
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
no loss whatever, and 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.
The vralter l-.aj pone. "Whom tfo you love
more than yo"r lif?" askevl Circr, "bending
over the girl who sat ltu him at the lttti table.
Yiuol jolsed the spoon before her lips and,
I. okio up tj bfm out of her hig, soullul eves.'
replied: Mce cream." l ascar expected differ
ent answer, for he drove a hack and well
fixed 1 urihermore. hs was jea om and wou.d
brook no rival. lie bethought him of a lonely
islet which high tide milnierg-d a fathom r
more and t e next day he hired a boat. rurchaad
a m ghty tub of ice cream ai d invited Vinolia to
a picuic. bhe smiled and they rowed to sea On
the rock he place I Vino'iaaiid beside her the
bouuty of hr heart's desire. "So good of you,
dear Case ir!" said the girl. But he turned away
his ees and pulled for the distant . bore. Then
the euu sank low, a d, as the topmost wax e of
th tid lapped the summit of the rock, nothing
was i-iiile above the shimmering ota, but the
young lsdy eating tue ice cream.
Jas. H. jVlorfmn,
not be countenanced.
An instance particularly pertin
ent to the present eituation in this
country, is found in a caEe brought
before the Queen's bench as a re-
n - e ii t 1 11? e
18G5. Martial Uw had been de- (j tlXJN A, (j LAoO
uaicu 111 luueu puiuuua ui tuo
country where the rebel spirit cen
tered. In the course cf the sup
pression of the uprising the Gov-
Requiring bkill ul handling, is work
which we are especially fitted to do.
The attention o: ei Captaina aud all
owners of line Chronometers which they
value, is called to our excellent facili
ties for putting their instruments in
P ItFECT MI APE.
The lonjr experience of our Head
Watch-maker with the best coacerns on
the Coast in just this kind of work, ena
bles us to guarantee absolute
EE IN SEASON.
If your Carriage needs overhauling and painting start the
work now. Summer comes apace.
- CARRIAGE :-
tO. TO QUEEX STREET.
We spoke casually in our last ' Ad" of
complicated work. Yoj'd ought to see
the array of 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
ever? complicated watch in the country.
?rnor of the island subjected a Brit- Qll Friday, Mardl 15tll
ging and deportation from the col-
nnv Aftftr rnartial lair rmrl At the Residence of How C. R. BIS-
. j it , . HOP, I. will sell at PubUc Auction,
rcvuiteu, iuib mau uruugut buk I the collection of
agaiDEt the Gorernor of Jamaica,
who sought protection under au
indemnity act the legality of.which
was upheld by the court. In read
ering the decision of the court the
judge called attention to the fact
that for the Governor to acttduring
a time of peril, within the precise
limits of the law of ordinary peace
would be a difficult and impossible
task and to hesitate or temporize
might entail disastrous conse
quences. "It is manifest, how
ever, that there may be occasions
in which the necessity of the cane
demands prompt and speedy action
for the maintenance of law and
order at whatever risk and where
the Governor may be compelled
unless he shirk from the discharge
of a paramount duty, to exercise
de facto powers which the legisla
ture would assuredly have .con
fided to . him if the emergency
could have been foreseen, trusting
that whatever he has honestly done
for the safety of the state, will
be ratified by an act of in
demnity and oblivion. There
may. not be time to appeal to
the Legislature for Fprc-1 powers.
The Governor may have, on his own j
responsibility, to arm loyal sub- j
Silverware and Bric-a-brac!
A Largo Lot of Island Hats.
tX? Oooda on view Thia Day, March
14th from 9 A m. to 3 p.m.
Jas. Jb Morgan,
BY LKWIH J. LK.YKT.
'I'll I S Day,
Hutchinson Plantation Company, Na
.March 1st, 189
E. R. Hendry, Esq , Hawaiian Hard
war C -in pany.
Dear Sir: Jn answer to yor letter
inquiiing about t o Avery stubble Di
vers and Fertilizer Distributor, 1 wu d
8-y that the fact that we have just re
ceived thefecond tubble I'igger npeass
for itself. We have dm? over lour hun
dred acres of rattoon Mools and consider
I it will be a great benefit.
' m. W . . n. ....
ine fertilizer uistrbutor is a good
thinan i has eff-cted a material Pavinp
of lbor in the application of Fertilizer
and applies it better than can be done
These machine are very fim pie and
wtll c instructed and we have had no
trouble with the working of them and
we consider them one of the most useful
labor f-avii-tr machines that can be used
on a plantation.
G C. Hewitt,
Manager H. 8. P. Co.
THIS DAY, MARCH; 14
AT IO O'CLOCK A. M..
I wili At P: b2.: Auction,
13 Br.rre's Ihnd Bread
f-'nrp'na S'cr.x h.i'P.t-T; u'fo a
liris it -oi it nt f
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS
II tu efn.l l I "u rult 11 s ,
lir.lima I'iiwN, Ic . 1 lr.
Onomea Pcqar Company, )
Papaikou, Hawaii, February 25, 1895 )
Mr John A. fcoTT, Wainakn Hawaii.
Dxar -ib: -The Unomea nar Uom-
Eany baa now in use three of the Mubble
1 think these machines are indispen
sable for the proper . cultivation of
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
feitilizer won d so readily find access to
the fine rooU of the cane and the soil
1 am plad to testify to the merits of
thes tools ThenRar Land Disc Cul
tivators arrived too late for ma h ue in
the cultivaiioa of the la-t yonnte plant
and rattoons, but 1 believe they will
prove to be very ue'ul and labor saving
implements in niftricts where cane is
raised without irrigation.
Wm W. G odals,
. Manager Onomea Suar Company.
Embarrassing isn't it, to
have your best girl "take in"
your feet whenever you visit
The Aloha Map Will Show You.
The Maps -:- -:- -:-
The Aloha Map shows the eight inhabitable islauds of the group,
with the mountain ranpes, harbors, bays, and rivers well defined; also the
i ames 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 geographicd 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.
Buy a pair of Mclnerny's
perfect fit stylish Shoes and
enjoy peace of. mind and foot.
Hazalai, Hawaii, February 16,lfi95.
Mr K. K. Hkndrv, Pr-ndeut and Mana
jrer llawn ian Hardware Comp.my,
W in the A i-crv Htuible Dijrvror.Fer
til z-r li'rih i -.r and Can Cultivator
HifV f t " I i'm .ind do the work cl tiuiHl
forthi!. 'i -bt- Di'jr . c-.ri?id-
t-r a i.iri -ul. iy -rvj.n! ini fmect
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Oar aim has been to produce a tooth nowder that will clean the teeth
without harm, and at the same time 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 barm the gums is another claim we make for
it. "What outsiders Fay seems to carry weight. One of our enstomers who
has used Aloha powder for several months, says:
"iseforo using" your Aloha powder I had been troubled with sore
gums. 1 was never free from this trouble for more than a week at a time.
have dow been using; you powder for several months, and have not had
he 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 thia to push faster the introduction of this excellent
dentifrice, for when once used its reputation is established. Do not ask us
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.
.TO PERUSE Till PAfrHLBT
Himalya Asthma Eemedy
Man-.i.er U.ikaViu Plrttitatiya l
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THE NEWLY DISCOVERED
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523 FOIZT STREET, UOSOEVLU.
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