! m y,i -I A . ADVERTISER: HOXOJ.ULU, 31 A UGH 15, 18)5.
The Pacific Commercial Advertiser
tuerl Every Mominp. Except
1 1 A v.-A I IAN G AZ KTT B COM PAN Y
l 3IH Merchant tr-i.
WALLACE R. FAREI5QT0N, EDITOR.
may have let thu Epirit of revenge
lead llicm to unfjrtunnto action in
a few instance?, the kind treatment
of helpless and maimed prisoners
put at the mercy of their enemies
will command the recpect and ap- j
probation of the world of nations, j
The conduct of the hospitals must
naturally be taken to display the
true epirit of any nation, rather
than the action of a body of men
in the heat of battle, where death
threatens them on every hand. If
The lieutenants of the regulars blood must be shed to bring these
xrake a good point in the fact that trait3 0f Japanese character before
they are always to bo regarded aa wotld, the present war is in
in active service. It also euggerts many respects a happy event in the
that the training of the regulars, history of their race and nation.
from the privates up to the highest
officer of the military, should bo WHEN HUSTLING 8 A SIN.
oniVi aa in rmin f hp m for an Oilier-
i?a h.m fn wort in A writer of the Illustrated Am
1 imy 5P'e5 Cluonometef
MARCH 15, 1893.
the hills as well as the protection erican puts "bustling" on the list
of the Government building, of great American sins. The
Tn thft matter of tiavment. if the strength of his position depends
salaries of the senior officers and very much upon what definition is j
privates are on a par with those of given the term. In some respects .
fiimilar rank in the United States, n is unionuuaic fa
it is not consistent to discriminate there" spirit should have reached
againBt the lieutenants on whom euch a prominenco in modern life
much of the routine and confining and it is too often true that in
work of barracks life falls. Thr character building a slowly con
request made to the Advisory Cuun- structed and sure foundation is
cils, unless circumstances exist of skipped over lightly in the mad
which the public is not aware, is rush to get to the front and bo
reasonable and does not call lor a among the bright and shining
particularly large increase in tho lights of the times. Plenty of so-
military expenpe account. called Hustlers are oounu io euuer
in the end by wnat tuey are pieasea
With arrival of each new batch to think is superior smartness. Fast
of immigrants, the community walking, rapid and loud talking,
cives voice to sentiments that may and tearing about after the manner
be summed up in, "What aro we of a loose-limbed boy in a barrel
coming to?" It must not be for- filled with thistles are not neces
. gotten .that four-fifths of the people sarily the discriminating char
who are the cause of this feeling acteristics of a successful hust
come to this country through the ler. Rapidity that sacrifices care
instrumentality of citizens on this for small thing3 and endeav
end of the line. Certainly, if the ors to cover by physical dis
labor market is thrown open, no play an expanse too broad for the
one can be taken to task for putting intellectual capacity may give a
himself forward to be bought for temporary advantage, but it is a
what he is worth. In the United type of hustling that ia lop-heavy,
States there is ever and anon a and will crumble to its proper level
great hue and cry about immi- sooner or later it may well be
grants filling the jails and poor- classed as a sin.
houees, and furnishing fertile The man who can keep quietly
ground for seeds of future internal in the back ground, calmly watch
8 1 rife, yet thousands of these peo- and study the conditions about
pie continue to have free entrance him, and when the opportunity
in New York. Americans talk of offers can push forward with phys
their country being used as a ical and Intellectual strength ob-dumping-ground,
when it is the tained by his quiet study, is the
fault of no one but themselves that hustler that will always be given a
high place in the professional or
business life. He will never be
classed as a sinner. Sham bust-
March g, iSgj.
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
Requiring 6kill.ul handling, U work
which wo are especially fitted to do.
Tho attention ot ea Captains and all
owners of fine Chronometers which they
certain classes of wage work- i valae' w calleJ t0 oar exceI,ent faciIi
rr r ,1 tits for putting their instruments
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
P-RFECT HI APE.
The long experience of our Head
Watch-maker with the best concerns on
the Coast in just this kind of work, ena
bles ns to guarantee absolute
such is the case.
JAPAN'S CARE FOR THE WOUNDED.
ling is short-lived, and true merit
is bound to win. .
The kind, careful and ekillful
treatment of the wounded Chinese
soldiers in the Japanese hospital is
a feature of the warfare between
the Oriental countries which has
brought not a little merited praise
to the latter nation from foreigners
acquainted with so-called civilized
methods of warfare. A. B. De
Guerville, a war correspondent,
who has been with the Japanese
army in field and hospital during
many of the hard battles, draws
attention to the splendid work of
the Japanese Red Cross Society in
a pamphlet entitled "Civilization
and Barbarism." He describes the Oil Friday. Marcll 15tll
noBpuais as ine periection ot clean
liness so clean and well-furnished
that nowhere could he detect the
disagreeable odors often met with
. Auction Saks.
James F. Morgan.
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 CASE.
man can perform. It saves
labor and consequently coin.
In distributing fertilizers every We Bpoke casually iu our last "Ad" of
. . complicated wirk. You'd oujjht to see
pianiauuu manager Knows . . , ,
r I the arrav of Chronographs and Kpppat.
that it cannot be done by hand era repairej duriag the last few weeks.
Without loss Of material. By Surprising where they all came from.
the use of the Avery Fertilizer People appreciate this kind of work at
Distributor thr matprml i; home, and it won't be long before we do
spread so evenly that there s
no loss wnatever, 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.
tver7 complicated watch in the country.
Hutcbinsox Plantation Company-, Na-
March 1st. lS9c
E. K. Hendry, Ebq , Hawaiian Hard-
Dear Sir: in answer to yor le'ter
inquiring about t o Avery Stubble DU-
versand Fertilizer Distributor, 1 wni d
By that the fact that we have just re
ceived the Fecond. stubble hiirger epeaks
for itself. We have due over four nun- fin m vnur hoof, airl "rnlcA in"
,1-,1 r, t j : J I w J yv
your feet whenever you visit
Embarrassing isn't it, to
AT lO O'CLOCK A. M..
At the Beeidence of Uox. O. R. BIS
HOP, I will sell at Public Auction,
the collection of
Silverware and Bric-a-brac !
A Large Lot of Island Mats.
'l-ooda on view This Day. March
14ih, from 9 A K. to 3 p.m.
Jas. Jb Morgan,
KY LHVTI4 J. LKVKT.
in many English and American C3-T Afi CHINA
nospitais. .oiany or tne nurses are
. ... I AKD
memDers oi tne nigtiest families in
the kingdom, having left the pleas
ures and comforts which they might
enjoy at their homes to go to the
hospitals and care for the poor
wounded. Friend and enemy re
ceive the eame attention when
brought to the hands of the Red
Cross Society. Even Her Majesty
the Empress and the ladie3 of the
court spend several hours each day
making bandages and other useful
articles for use among the pick and
The surgical operations are car
ried on with every possible care to
assuage pain and suffering, the
common soldier being attended
with the eame care as the officers
of the army. Every soldier in the
field carries with him a package of
disinfectant bandages, so that they
may drees their own wounds or
those of their fellow soldiers, thus
oftentimes preventing the misery
attendant to wounds that become
eerious through lack of prompt and
Although the Japanese soldiers
Special Sale ol Horses
On Saturday, March 16th
AT 12 O'CLOCK ?OON,
i wilt sell at Public Auction, at tho Yard
in lear of J. I. Dotett'a office,
Qaeen Ptrec. for amount of
whom it may romern
6 XOKJIiX BLOOD MARES !
In foal by "Jack
I Norman Bay Gelding.
All 3'oung stock, s- u-id ar-d in jod
it will be a treat benefit.
The Fertilizer Distributor is a pood
thing ani has effected a material eavinp
of labor in the application of Fertilizer
and applies it better than can be done
These machines are very tiraple and
well const acted and we have had no
trouhla with the working of them and
we consider them one of the most useful
labor vii'g machines that can be ueed
on a plantation.
U C. Hewitt,
Manager H. 8. P. Co.
f J V I
Buy a pair of Mclnerny's
perfect fit stylish Shoes and
Onomka Fcqar Company, )
Papaikou, Hawaii, February 25, 1895 j
Mb John A. r-enrr, Wainakn. Hawaii.
Dkak MR:-Tbe Onomea uar Com
pany has now in use three of the MubbJe
1 think these machines are indispen
sable for the proper cultivation of
rat toon s.
V hflvn riMvor Vi? an imnlompnt that
would bo thoroughly loosen the earth enjoy peace of mind and foot.
uruuiiM mo stools, aou put mo BQll in
such condition that the air, moisture and
feitilizer wou'd bo readily find access to
the fine roots of the cane and the soil
i am ?ld to testify to the merits of
thea tools The ugar Land Disc Cul
tivators arrived too late for mu h u?e in
the cultivation of the Ia-t young plant
and rattoons, but I Relieve they will
prove to be very u-eul and Ubor saving
implements in dirtrirts where cane is
r!a4 without irrigation.
Wm W. O odalr,
Mnaer Onomea Buar Company.
Hakalac, HAWAn, FebrnAry 16,lft95.
Mr K. H. Hendry, President Bnd Mana
ger liawa laii Hardware Company,
We u- the Avery stubla Dipjrer.Fer-tiln-r
DUtrib'i'or and Cane Cultivator.
I hey av :ibo- nnd lo the work clairueil
for theiu. The stu- ble Djger 1 cjnbid
ir a parti. ulj.n'y aood Implement
Manaer Hakalaa PlaaUtion Corajeny.
The waiter bad cons 'Whom do yon 1ot
more tban yonr Ufa?" asked Cacar, bendlnc
over tbe girl who sat lti blm at tbe little table.
VinoLa poised tbe spoon before ber Hps and,
looking up to blm oat of ber big, sonlful eyes,
replied: "ice cream." Cascar expected a differ
ent answer, for he drove a back and was well
fixed Furthermore, he was jea ou and won id
brook no rival. lie bethought him of a lonely
islet which bigb tide submerged a fathom or
more and t e next daybebired a boat, purchased
a va ghty tnb of ice cream ard invited Vinolia to
a picnic, bhe smiled and they rowed to sea On
tbe rock he place- Vino'.ia and beside ber the
bonnty of her heart's desire. "So good of yon,
dear Caac.trl" said tbe girl. But be turned away
bis ees and pulled for tbe distant bore. Then
the sun sank low, a d, as the topmost wave of
tbe tid lapsed the summit of tbe rock, nothing
was visible above tbe shimmering sea, but the
young lady eating tue Ice cream.
EE IN SEASON.
If your Carriage nesds overhauling and painting start the
work now. Summer -coraes apace.
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