THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISES: HONOIUXU, APRIL, 1, 1895.
The Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Issued Every Morning, Except
Sunday, by the
Hawaiian Gazette Company
At No. 31H Merchant Street.
WALLACE R. FARRINGTON, EDITOR.
APRIL 1, 1895.
At the session of the Woman's
National Council at Chicago the
organization of that body was re
formed on lines similar to the
United States Congress. There is
to be a President and Vice-President,
a Cabinet and two houses
an upper and a lower. Each mem
ber of the Cabinet is to have a
special line of work the lower
house will attend to local matters
and the upper will form a sort of a
senatorial body. The women are
now in a position to show national
legislators how to do business in a
The Japan Herald of recent date
publishes the interview credited to
- Minister Hatch by a San Fran
cisco paper during the early part of
January. Editorially the Herald
says : v'From the above remarks it
seems probable that the Hawaiian
Government will take sonfe precau
tionary measures to check further
Japanese immigration. If not,
then difficulties will occur between
the preponderating Japanese and
their employers, which may afford
a pretext for the Government here
taking measures for the protection
of its own people on the Islands.
From one cause or another Ameri
can annexation in the future may
be apprehended. In any event the
United States people will not per
mit Japan to annex or rule the
DODulation of the Hawaiian
German residents may well feel
proud of Count Von Bismarck,
whose eightieth birthday they cele
brate today. The greatest states
man of Germany, if not the world,
Bismarck has done quite as much
to uphold the dignity of his nation
as the whole line of Emperors
during his day. His iron hand,
though seemingly oppressive at
times, has been the power behind
the throne which has guided the
Empire successfully through many
a crisis. He is more than a Glad
stone or Von Moltke, combining
the statesmanship of on and the
military genius of the other.
Though the present Emperor, like
Rehoboam, -is given to listening to
the counsels of younger and more
pliable men, the name and deeds of
Bismarck will hold a place of high
est honor in the minds of the
people so long as history is written.
LOWERING OP "OLD GLORY.'
This first day of April will
always be a memorable one in the
history of the Hawaiian Republic.
It was two years ago that "Old
Glory" was taken from the place it
so properly held over the Govern
ment building and was sent on
board the Boston. In the minds of
true Americans this was oue of the
most disgraceful actions that has
marked the history of the Ameri
can Republic. To the people of
Honolulu it was a movement
viewed with much apprehension, in
consequence of the more serious
results which might be expected to
follow. In the passing of Para
mount Blount it was an event
which served to snuff the candle of
his political aspirations. While
there is much to regret on the part
of Mr. Blount and many Ameri
cans, it was after all in the light of
what has followed a bit of good
fortune for this country. It de
layed, and for the time being
almost wiped out the hopes for
annexation, but also threw the new
government upon its own resources
and gave an opportuity to show
the world with what righteous
strength the founders of the new
nation had wrought.
That the Government has been
obliged to work out its own salva
tion, to battle against attempts to
cast discredit upon the spirit
prompting the action, to vindicate
itself before the Americans and the
world ; all this ha3 resulted in
signal benefit to the future of the
country. It is often said, 'If you
want to strengthen a nation, abuse
it." After two years of vicissitude?,
days of suspense, struggles with
foreign and domestic enemies, we
find the Republic much better pre
pared to treat for annexation and
the body politic of the United
States more thoroughly educated
in the affairs of this applicant for
practical statehood. Both nations
have had a breathing spell in
which to study the situation and
consider on just what terms a politi
cal union may be brought about that
will serve the best interests of the
contracting parties. Of course our
enemies we have them and who
has not have not allowed the
time to be idle on their hands, but
they constitute a small minority
that is constantly decreasing in
strength as time proves their mo
tives. Though the flag came down, the
patriotic strength that stands be
hind it, upholds its dignity in
every country of the world and
condemns the action to which Mr.
Blount was made a party, still
stands behind the Hawaiian Re
public and will, we believe, never
desert it. The April Fool is dead
and its agents relegated to obli
vion. In its place will rise a pro
tecting power as strong and lasting
as the nation which the star and
m - W mr
n inms v
James F. Morgan.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Forclose and of Sale.
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that by virtue of a power of sale contained
in a certain mortgage dated the 26th. day of
iNovcmoer, A. I). 18S7, made by li. w. KAUU.v
K Ai of Honolulu. Island of Oahu, to Alexander
Campbell (now deceased), recorded in the Office
of the Registrar of Conveyances in Liber 108
folios 306. And 367, Margaret Campbell, Elizabeth
Rycroft, her husband Robert Rycroft herein
joining and consenting, Alexander J. Campbell,
Mark P. Robinson Guardian of J. L. P. Robin
eon, M. A. Robinson and A. C. Robinson,
children of Sophia Louise Robinson nee Camp
bell, W. H. C. Campbell and John T. Campbell
heirs of said Alexander Campbell intend to fore
close said mortgage for a b each of the condi
tions in said mortgage contained, to-wit: the
nonpayment of botu the principal and interest
Notice is also hereby given that all and sing
ular the lands, tenement and hereditaments in
aid mortgage coutained and discribed will be
sold at public auction at the auction room of
James F. Morgan on tueen street in said Hono
lulu on MONDAY the 1st day of APRIL. A.D.
1895, at 12 o'clock noon of said day.
The property in said mortgage is thus de
All the one undivided third share and interest
of the said D. W. Kabuakai in all that certain
piece or parcel of land situate at Pnuepa, Ko
nala, Island of Hawaii, containing an area of 19
acres and 7au square fathoms and being the
Premises described in Royal Patent No. 7257,
. C. Award No. 8088 issued to Hoomanoloalna,
said share having been conveyed to the said D.
W. Kahuakai by Keamohuli by deed dated Mnjr
rd, KMfi.und recorded in Liber 102, folios 5 and
MARK. P. ROBIN80N,
Guardian of J. L. P. Robinson, M. A.
Robinson and A. C. Robinson.
W. II. C. CAMPBELL,
JOHN T. CAMPBELL,
Heirs of Alexander Campbell, de
Terms Cash. Deeds ct expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
J. M Monsarrat,
Attorney for Heirs of Mortgagee.
Honolulu, February 26th, i895. loSMw
Jas. r. M.orgaii,
Very choice Table batter from Pau O
good table bu tter from kona.
good cooking bdtter from
Received every week.
FRESH BLOCK BUTTER FOR
GOOD BLOCK BUTTER FOR COOK
Kecelved every steamer.
For sale at low rates oy
H. May & Co.
carefully selected assortment
GEN UINE CHOIO E
Havana Cigars !
3953 5t 1641-6t
Jas. W. Bergstroni,
PIANO, PIPE AND Rf ED ORGAN
Tuner and Repairer. Orders left a?
Ihrum's Bookstore, will receive prompt
VV licit rtUU'at ti c i-auit.
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
very great extent because there
is no doubt that her commerce
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 along the eastern
and western seaboard will pro
fit by the completion of the canal
to a wonderful extent; the mer
chant marine 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 New York that
would not otherwise leave the
We have just received an
other invoice of the celebrated
Dietz Oil Stoves, the same
now extensively used in Hono
lulu and which give universal
satisfaction. As a fuel, coal
oil is extensively used in the
United States and here on ac
count of its cheapness and be
cause of the quickness with
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 cof of oil for
a meal averages about three
cents and when you are
through heat and expense
ceases. We have never had a
word of dissatisfaction from
parties using 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
If you contemplate renewing
the youth of your dwelling bf
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
or outside work in quart, half
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
The Avery sugar land im
plements 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 interested.
Plantation feiiy -plies.
made expressly for Island Work with
extra 1 arts.
THE NEW WOMAN.
"Ade-lbert Seattle, you cannot te my bxis
i.and!" These words ra-ig tbroUnh fbe I.aliny,
evening air ui Nuuanu Avenue with that inde
pendent tone characteristic of The New Woman.
With eys afluuesbe continued: "You applauded
that wretch at tne mast meeting who naid
any woman's vote could be bought with a com
pliment. " It wis true, and he paled before the
awful charge. Yet, poor, weak, "node Steele"
man ihu i ;!. he was, he gathered up strength to
redeem imself. "For once, darling," he fal
tered, "i ou were out of my mind. I was think
ing of the thousands of your inferiors with
whom compliments are so rare that tbey are al
most priceless." 0, Adelbert, I forgive you!"
she cried, and she threw bersrlf into his arms
arid wept there. He was moved, too. "Don't
cry now," implored the girl, yoTlr tears will
wet my frizzes."
Harbingers of Summer
are loose tires and spokes and a lot of other ailments tbat
afflict even the best regulated carriages after the rainy season.
The earlier you put your carriage into the shop, the earlier
we will atteno to it and the earlier it will come out.
Blake's Steam Pumpsf
Wilcox & Gibbs1 Sewing Machines
L UBRICA TIN O OILS,
CASTLE & COOKE L'd
I M PORTERS ,
Hardware ud General Merchandise
Requiring skillful handling, ia work
which we.are especially fitted to do.
The attention of .Bea Captains and all
owners of fine Chronometers which they
value, is called to our excellent facili
ties for putting their instruments in
PERFECT r? II APE.
The long experience of our Head
Watch-maker with the best concerns on
the Coast in just thlB kind of work, ena
bles us to guarantee absolute
THE HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.
NO. TO QUEEN STREET.
from nervous complaints and
kindred troubles peculiar to
their sex. In their train come
constipation, biliousness, Iicatf
acJic and neuralgia, obstinate
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Every woman should be aware
how easily she can keep her
self in good health by taking,
in sickness and health, that old
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It's grateful friends are legion.
They are to be found in every
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For weak, debilitated, over
worked women, and puny and
delicate children there is no
better medicine in the world.
Dose small and pleasant to
take and it does not injure your
teeth. Testimonials are full
of praise they speak of suf
fering relieved of sickness
banished. Why not
Look carefully at the package when
you puiuiiue. hwhinna ntioiiiirl
and should be denounced. The
Pennine has two crosssed red lines
Od the wrapper.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
Tbe Hawaiian Hardware Co. Lti
Opposite Spreokels Bloedfc.
We spoke casually in our last ''Ad" of
complicated work. You'd ought to see
th9 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
every complicated watch in the country.
TO PERUSE THE PAMPHLET
Himalya Asthma Eemedy
THE NEWLY DISCOVERED
The Pamphlet doesn't cost anything the cure only
Call on or address the
LfOLLISTER DRUG COMPANY
323 FORT STREET. HONOLULU.
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