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I'll 15 PACIFIC COMMKKt;lAi. auv luhu; nuULULU, 31AKCH 23 1S95.
A The Pacific Commercial Advertiser tue1 Every Morning, Except Sundny, by the Hawaiian Gazette Company At No. 31H Merchant Ktrt. SATURDAY NIGHT DINNER. WALLACE B. PABRINOTON, EDITOR. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1895. Colonel Breckenbidqe of Ken tucky distinguipLed himself during the last days of the Fifty-third Congress by making a personal at tack upon a member of the House, and inviting a free fight in one of the aisles. The people of Ashland district made no mistake in rele gating the gallant colonel to pri vate life. holds a good eocial position. Then, too, the beautiful friendships that may exifct between v,omen are rec- ognizt'U, ana me poEsiuuuy a, borne being made without a man in it is a certainty. She entertains in quiet ways ; sometimes give a little dinner party, and the man usually feels himself lucky who has the good fortune to share in the unas suming festivities. When the bachelor girl grows old her nose is not inclined to be come pointed or her feet increase in size. She keeps in touch with the world and moves agreeably along with it. Taken all in all, this new form of independence is an acquisi tion whose quiet personality is a blessing to womankind and com mands the respect of the men. Music and Dancing at tha Hawaiian Hotel Tonight. The usual French dinner and dance will be givrii at the Hawaii an Hotel thi evening. The Quin tette Club will furnish music dur ing the dinner and for the dancing until 11 o'clock. Following is the menu : Menu. Caviar. Tortue. Epigram tl VOICE OF THE PBESS. Hawaii hopes that the cable will Drove the clew to conduct her out The addition of Arbor Day to of the political labyrinth. Wash- Hawaii's list of holidays will be a ington Star. matter for the consideration of the When the American envoy re coming Legislature. Dr. B. G. ported that Liliuokalani intended T , b , fa . . . . to behead the revolutionists if she Northrop'a visit to this country could again 6eCure power, the Pre has set in motion many ideas for e-l(ienx, and his party knew that the improving and beautifying the American people would bitterly country, that have remained dor- condemn any further effort to car mant simply for the lack of an ac- y out his plan which Ue wisely tive and inspiring power. pmmnt would do well to remem- hpr f.VipcA farts. Modern Kenti- A. L- ... I Anglomania appears 10 uao ment generally does not sym reached the South Sea Islanders, pathize with the medieval rule that or in other words the "Kanakas" "treason" must always be punish of Queensland are approaching the ed by death especially in time of . . - r peace. in. l. Advertiser, most degenerate form of civiliza- . 7 ,TT1 4 i If there is any law that can reach tion. When requested to sign a the Examintr tbat enterprising contract binding him to a planter journal ought to be prosecuted for for three years one of these "re- sending Jaquin Miller to the Sand- cruits" refused to touch the pen wich Islands as royal correspond- unlees a further provision was in- attached to the retinue of ueen jii. we ae not Know ex actly under what head the crimes of the venerable poet is committing in the columns of the Examiner could be classified, but, in lieu of anything more suitable, the United States District Attorney might bring the matter before the next Grand Jury and have the Monarch of the Dailies indicted for inciting "An Aged Incompetent to a Public and Indecent Exposure of His Mind." S. F. Wasp. The ex-queen stoutly protests that she knew nothing of the pro posed rebellion, and that had she known of it she would have dis suaded the promoters from such a vntir There- ia no doubt that the Commission would be glad to find her statement supported by the evidence, since what to do witn her in the event of conviction is an embarrassing question. It is gen erally believed that she must be Ilors d'Ouvre. Olive. I'OTAOEs. Julienne. roissoN. Mulet a la Xorraande. ENTKEES. Pates (!'Erevi89e3. Timbales do Itiz a la Cbipotata. PUNCH A LA KOMAINE. KELEVE. ile Boeuf pique aux Pom rues Ducbesse. KOTIS. Dinde et Salade. LEGUMES. IIarieot3 Verts. Tomates. ENTREMETS. ile Pommes aux Cuatarde Vauille. Glace aux Fraises. Fruits. Cafe Noir. Filet Jimly 6opie5 1 1 GOING TO WAIKIKI horse Flau a la Auction Salts. James F. Morgan. THIS DAY. AUCTION SALE OF LIVE STOCK What about the cable? What about the canal? Does the United States Senate be lieve that other governments will be willing to accept a "dog in the manger" policy and allow the Pacific to be without a cable? Do the Senators for one moment imagine that the Nicaragua Canal will continue to exist merely in the imagina tion of the world and as a channel only for paper ships? We know not. Hawaii is in terested in both schemes to a yeV great extent because there THE HAWAIIAN OABEIAGE MTU CO. is no aouDt tnat ner commerce J t M 1 t at a turee-mmute cup, witn your nosing another fellow's hind wheel, means all the dust on the road for yourself. If the top of your buggy is thrown back, as it should be, you need a Duster to protect the cloth lining. We are making Dusters for Buggy Tops now. eerted in the contract, that he should receive a new shirt and a new pair of trousers each week. It is also evident that the South Sea Islander must be reading the newspapers. How else could he have learned that the Prince of Wales wears a new pair of trousers each week? 10 will be increased by the com pletion of one or both of the measures. Nor is Hawaii the only locality to be benefitted. The United States, particularly the States alonp- the eastern and western seaboard will pro fit by the completion of the canal to a wonderful extent; the mer chant marin e that has been lying idle will receive an impetus the like of which has not been felt in years. Freight could be so much reduced that thou sands of tons would be ship ped from Neiv York that would not otherwise leave the warehouses. We have just received an other invoice of the celebrated Dietz Oil Stoves, the same now extensively used in Hono- HBAD 4-YEAR OLD MULES Mulu and which give universal XO. 70 QUEEN STREET. SUFFERERS FROM ASTHMA f This Day, March 23d ARK BEQUESTED TO PERUSE THE PAMPHLET ON THE Himalya Asthma Beniedy AT 13 O'CLOCK JiOOS, At ihe Rabies of Jas. I Dowsett, Qaoen Ftrct, I will sell at l'ub.ic Auction Erl., THE KEWLY DISCOVERED 1 Pair Trailing Bred Buggy Hjrses ! 6 Head French Sorwan Mares, All yonne of cobi size and in foal bv SPECIFIC for ASTHMA. yonne of iiobl size and "Kentucky Jack." Also, Sr" The Pamphlet doesn't cost anything the cure onlv Two Dollars Tub investigation of the Brook lyn trolley strike by the New York Board of Mediation and Arbitration is as void of effective results as was the strike itself. Numerous sug gestions wro mad for tho preven tion of further troubles, but the propositions constitute such a marked departure from the exist ing conditions that there is little rlnncrpr nf n.n annpntflnnfl from cither side. So, after all the fight- tfund Piltvn01? the.evidece, and . ,. . that she will be released on her ing, me worKingman euuers ine own recognizance. The miFguid-d principal loss. He is poorer in woman is without reputation for pocket and commands lees respect either veracity or honor, but, if frnm tb wnrld in pnnerjil. When Wilcox is executed, ehe will be t,o Aor, 1,1,0 ,rtmpa n ronl;v J under strong incentive to hereafter ... . , , . , I live a law-abiding citizen, and can, how little is to be gained by a de- probably, be trusted to do so. parture from legalized methods of Pacific Christian Advocate. Ti e above efeck are cuaranfeed to be eoun'l and in good c ndition. CCfFor further particulars, apply to 3950- It AUCTIONEER. THIS MY. XCall on or address the NOTICE OP SALE OF Lease of Premises gaining recognition, then and only then may he expect to improve his condition. THE BACHELOR GIRL. They, being unsuccessful, were traitors to the Republic. They were juiiy aware 01 tne conse quences in case of a failure, and they took their lies in their own hands, forfeiting all rights to pro tection and sympathy from any nation of the civilized world to which they may have owed all gl ance. In dealing with them tne Though feminino emancipation has not reached the theoretical con dition to which a fair proportion of the sex aspire, the women and the I constituted authorities have a prima world in general can be thankful IaclB tigm to nx the penalty and for x the classification inferred in Pish those who have invaded the . . . . A , domestic tranquility. Any outside that new Americanism, the bach- interference would be a declaration elorgul. Feminine independence of war. The individuals engaged and declaration of rights is doubt- in the revolt have no claim a on ac- less responsible for the expression, emmt of foreign citizenship that the The girl who does not find the per- Government of Hawaii is bound to c 4 v r i - respect, and no nation has a right Bonification of her future happi- to protect its revolting citizens there nesa in the sterner sex simply without declaring war. S. F. News fiwings out of the marriage market Letter. and shifts for herself. She is de- There is published in the Call of pendent on no one, can earn her San Fraucieco a seemingly candid j f0ftjn?', 0A w statement of the manner in which i n P. . ... . J the confession of Davies, the corn theater tickets if necessary. The mander of the vessel that landed bachelor girl does not necessarily the arms and ammunition fr the confine her affection to a colony of rebels, was secured by the Govern- - . rni i i cats, though she has not reached , ave oeen eevera iuuncuausen laies sent irom Hono lulu within the past two years, but we have read nothing that equals this a3 a device to manufacture sentiment against "missionary" rule. The account represents Attorney-General Smith in the role of Inquisitor-General. To those who know this clear-headed lawver. a member of one of the most prom- North Corner of King: and Ktreet, Ilouolulu. Smith The un.!crirnod, F. W. MvChesnr-v, Asiignee of th KHtateof Ca-sar L.Krito. a Binkrupt, wi 1 P?Iat pntjlio aut-tion at the auction ro m of .'aires F. Morii&n on Queen etr-et, i-i tti.itf.luin. Island of oaim on Saturday nkxt, ti.e 231 day of March, 18 -5, at 2 o'clock nuon i.f sddday, thit certain lease of premises situa e on th- orth corner of hin nd fc'miih etreets, in said Honolulu uiven bv Anton J. Lot 8 to Ij Crit , dateil June 4, 1891 The lease i?fo twenty-five yar from above date '1 he rental is $25 per month, payable monthly in advaucn The premist-8 iiave a rontane of GO feet on King street and 93 01 f-et on fciruith street. The Building on the uremi ea are in good orler and n-arlvnew. Terms cash in U. S. Gold Co n. Deeds t pur cn"r'fl Eipenne. CJLJFot mrttier particu'ars. aonlv to James b Morgan, or to F W. McCHEtNEY. Assignee of ihe Estate of O. L Bifo. a Bankrupt. 394G-5t Your Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to Forcloso and of Sale. the state when she can face a mouse without flinching. She is the hale fellow well met, of womankind. Cranky ? Of course, she is cranky in eome respects. The bachelor never yet lived who did not have a turn of mind a little different from the usual run of people.' She is bright and happy as a rule, however, and makes more than one home pleasant in ways not to be found in the whole category of old-maid-dom. Men are good things in their place, according to ner idea, and she will not shun their courtesies nor court their presence as necessary to her existence. She TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN -L tbat by Yiane of a power of ml contained In a certain morlrtee da tori ih Wth H November. A. D. made hill w irtnni. KAI of Honolulu. Inland of Oabn. tn Campbell (now dcceaccd). recorded io th Office of the Rcitrar of Conyr jnncej In Liber 108 folios Sti6 and 367. Margaret CamDbell. KliEabth her Lni-band Robrrt ItTrroft hrrpin and consenting. Alexander J. Campbell. iiobineon Uuardian of J. L. P. Itnhin. eon. M. A. Kobinson and A. C. Rnhinmn children of Sopbia Looioe Hbinon Dee Camp be! I. W. H. c. I'aiupbell and John T. Campbeil heirs of said Alexander Campbell intend to fore close said mortg-tco for a b each of the condi tions in said mortgage contained, to wit: the non payment of bom the principal and intereet when due. Notice is also hereby iriven that all and sing ular the land, t en en. en n and hereditament in said morteaje contained and discribed will be sold at public auction at tho auction, room of James F. Morgan on neen ?tr-et In said Hono Inla on MONDAY the-3th dy f MAKCU. A.D. 1&9S. at 12 o'clock noon of said day. The property in said mortgage is thm de scribed, viz.: All the one ondiTlded third share and interet or the said I), w. Kabnakal in all tbat certain I piece or parcel of land sitnateat Puuepa. K ! .r-..,u i uawaii, coniainiDf an area or 19 acre- and ,50 pQuro fatb.m and belt, ih inent missionary families on the jelands, the story is incredible. He is as unlike a Torquemada as can well be imagined. He i capable of roasting the truth out of a victim on the witness stand, but when it comes to tricincr him hr tho thumbs, until he faints under the torture, the "esteemed correspon dent." must excuse us from credit ing his tale until further advices. Pacific Christian Advocate. ",a h'r h",n been conveyed t.. the m'd d' f U.Kahaakai bv keam.-buli h derd dated Mar j 3rd. lt.nd rcco.ded in Liber Ju2.foMo. 5 and MARQARET CAMPBELL. El.lZ KK I'M KYCUurT, KuliEKT KYCKOKT. LEXANPEK J.CAMPDELL. MAKK P. RUBIN8JN. Ouardian ot J. L P Robinson, if A. W. II. c! Ca'm B K LL A ' C ltoW"n- Campbell, de- Cah. Deeds rt expense of purchaser Iher par.icnlaia apply to J. M Mo!iBiur. JOHN T. CAMPbELL. IJeir of Alexander ceil- Mnrtiri;oi For fur Altorr.pT fnp m n &j . " Honolula. February Mih.ifeW. 10.1?-4w satisfaction. As a fuel, coal oil is extensively used in the United States and here on ac count of its cheapness and be- t-TT T T'PTTT? uu.-v jm bv iui.iuv.oo mill which a meal may be cooked. With the Dietz Oil Stove there is absolutely no odor from the burning oil and no danger of explosion. The cost of oil for a meal averages about tnree cents and when you are through heat and expense Y Y m ceases, we nave never had a word of dissatisfaction from parties usinp- these stoves: on the contrary we are told that they will broil, fry, bake, and roast equally as good as a wood or coal stove and at less expense. If you contemplate'renewing the youth of your dwelling by the use of a little paint, bear this fact in mind: Hendry's Ready Mixed Paint will go further and retain the gloss and color longer than any other ready mixed paint on the market. We have it for inside . j i i if or ouisiue wuitv in tjuun, 11a.11 gallon, and gallon tins. If you want to do a little odd job and do not require the services of a painter get a tin of our paint always ready for use. If you are, for any reason, opposed to the ready mixed article we can supply you with either English or American lead and raw or boiled oil at the lowest possible price. ine vverv supar land im- elements have proven a won derful saving to the planters here and our sales are con stantly increasing. Planters are realizing that economy must be practiced in every de partment of their plantations and labor saving implements are on the road to succes in this respect. We will gladly furnish information and supply photographs to parties inter- DEUG COMPANY 53 FORT STREET, HONOLULU. Cou gh is troublesome to you, annoys your friends, and will ulti mately lead you to an early gave if not checked in time. Sufferers jvith coughs and colds will find ENO'S COUGH REMEDY ested. Th be Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd Opvott 8pi-e-okel Bloofc an excellent medicine. "I want another bottle of Eno's Cough Remedy, said a customer. I find it gives me the most relief when I have a cough." It has cured others; it will cure you. Why not try a bottle? Children take it readily. THE HOBRON DEUG CO. SELL IT.