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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEHTISEH: gOKOIQXTJ, APRIL 24, 1895.
The Pacific Commercial Advertiser (sued Every Morning, Except Sunday, by tho Hawaiian Gazette Company t No. 318 Merchant Street. WALLACE R. FARRINGTON, EDITOR. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1895. The bachelors of the community have looked upon the coming of the Woman's Exchange with not a little rejoicing, but even in this happy thought of the good women they find one thing lacking. Several members of the single minority have on account of their extreme diffidence appealed to this paper to suggest that the Woman's Exchange establish a department for repairing cloth ing. Should this new organization act upon the suggestion, there is no telling the amount of blessings that would fall upon their heads. Honolulu bachelors are not unlike other bachelors, and shingle nails and darns bring to their daily lives quite as much painful long ing as the brethren who do not live in this easy going climate. The women will be bestowing untold comforts by introducing a button and patch department. Editor Shaw in the last issue of the Review of Reviews remarks most favorably upon the action of the Hawaiian Government in showing clemency toward the rebel leaders. He closes his review of the situa tion by saying, "It would be worth the while of some enterprising newspaper to correspond with the gentlemen who will sit in the Fifty-fourth Congress, and ascer tain their views. Unless we are much mistaken there will be a decisive majority of both houses in favor of the annexation policy. Nor does it seem probable that Mr. Cleveland would oppose it under the altered conditions which now exist." Such sanguine senti ments, especially the last can hardly be looked upon as more than a hopeful possibility by those who have fought the battle at this end of the line. Yet it is well to remember that the source of the statements is conservative and thoroughly American. According to British writers re presenting manufacturing interests, the international exhibitions of the future, to be a success, must be held in the far East and in the Colonies. It is noted that the Paris exhibition of 1878 attracted 1000 British exhibitors, while in 1889 the number declined to 500. Chicago got about 400 ; Antwerp, in 1885, drew about 500, but in 1894 the number diminished to 300, and it would not be matter of surprise if not more than 200 or 300 exhibitors from Great Britain took advantage of the Paris expo sition of 1900. The German manu facturers are said to be strenuously opposed to holding international exhibitions in their own country. It is also held that the attempt to make great pleasure fairs has be come of more importance than the display of manufactured products. It is suggested that, in order to receive the support of industrial and commercial interests, inter national exhibitions must be held in new countries. BAND FUNE COMPLETE. The amount of money in the safe of the Advertiser, as a result of our leper band fund, is $370. With sums wh;ch are forthcoming, the full amount will reach $460 15. The net proceeds of Captain Coch rane's stereopticon lectures were $415.15, to which is added $45 in private subscriptions received at this office. The contribution of the Advertiser's busines de partment in advertising and print ing of posters is placed at $30. Thus it will be seen that new in struments of good quantity and quality are assured the lepers and will probably be sent to them early j next month. Should there be ! funds remaining after the purchase of the instruments, the money will ! be turned over to Captain j Cochrane, who has to ably assisted j in the work, and who will see to it I that every cent contributed above the sum required for the band i fund will go to add some new coai i fort to the unfortunate3 on Molokai. WORLD OF FOREIGN POLICIES. Among the most important pieces of news coming from the outside world by the Warrimoo i3 the statement of Sir Edward Grey in connection with interference in the case of ex-Queen Liliuokalani. In answer to a query from Sir Thomas Esmond he stated that the Government of Great Britain could not interfere in the interests of Mrs. Domiuis. It is very evident that forces more or less influential are at work to have England take a hand in Hawaiian affairs, which so far as telegraphic dispatches make known have proved unsuc cessful. In consideration of the fact that Great Britain has recog nized the Hawaiian Republic it would be nothing more or less than uncalled-for bravado to endeavor to overturn the results due course of law. In the United States the diplo matic complications resulting from troubles in South America and Cuba are assuming proportions which demand the undivided at tention of the American Premier. Reports from the latter country in dicate that the insurgents are on the eve of forming an independent government, and, naturally, will call upon the United States first for recognition. Among the South American States the demands made by Eng land on Nicaragua are looked upon as forecasting a move which shall prevent the American Government exercising exclusive control over the ship canal. This, with the Venezuelan affair will give the Administration an opportunity to prove its strength in protecting American interests upon the new hemisphere. South American coun tries expect a strict maintenance of the Monroe doctrine, which it is be lieved will keep England at arms length and allow the settlement of differences by arbitration. taction SoUs. James F. Morgan. AUCTION SALE OF Household Furniture ON THURSDAY, APRIL 25th, 1895 AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M , I will sell at Public Auction, at the Resi dence of Mr. 11 GORMAN, Port street, the entire Household Furniture, cons stint: of 1 B.W. Plush Upholstered Parlor Set 7 FlHCfcS; J New Silk Covered Pel Lounge, Ant q ie Chairs ami RoLker.-,M.T. Tables, Bedro jm Sete, Clipper Springs, and Mattresses, Lace Curtain and Po es, Vienna Chairs, Child's Crib, Mosquito .Nets, Pillows, Gurney Refrigerator ! No. 7 Paney Stove, Rath Tub, Cooking Utensils, Pictures, etc., etc. Jas. F. Morgan, 3977-2t AUCTIONEER. SAUERBRUMEN ! ANOTHER SUPPLY OK 'I HIS CELEB&ilEi) MINERAL WATER ! JUST TO HAND PER S. S. BIAUHRUJ ALSO A NEW SUPPLY UF Bavarian Beers AS Spatenbrau Quarto, Frnnriscsoerbrau Quarts and Pints, Lsrenbrsu Quarto, Pschorrbmu Quarts, H. HACKPELD & CO. 3975 8w Rubber Stamps Made to Order at the Gazette Office. j imiy 6opies April . 12, iSgj. Any one who reads Mr. Ashford's sayings to San Fran cisco reporters must read be tween the lines to understand that he does not mean half that he is reported as saying. Mr. Ashford was long enough in Hawaii to convince the peo ple that he can tell the differ ence between 4 'a awk han a fau saw," and that he under stands full well the value of silence. He has about as much intention of heading a filibustering expedition as he has of returning here and standing as a candidate for office. C. YV. is a little joker and the interview with the re porter in 'Frisco was one of his jokes. When Mr. Ashford left here, his main thought was to do something in the behalf of his brother. The people here who know him will not believe that a filibus tering expedition is in the line of assistance to that person. Some time ago, we pur chased a lot of European wire and immediately afterward some parties circulated a re port that the quality had been affected by some unknown cause and that it was not up to the standard of the Am erican product. We had a half dozen coils of the wire tested at the Iron Works and it showed a tensile strength of 2760 pounds. When this re port was published in this column, the wire was sought after by plantation managers and individuals from Niihau to Hawaii. The other day, to ob lige a skeptic, we ordered a hundred coils of American wire from the Coast and as it reached the store, we sent a half dozen coils to the foun dry to have it tested. The result showed a tensile strength of 768 pounds or about 2000 less than the Eu ropean article. We violate no confidence when we tell you that this American wire will not be sold by us. We have an abundance of the European article and can supply all sizes and in any quantity. This wire with the steel stays anH gal vanized washers comprise the material necessary to use in making the celebrated Jones' Locked Fence than which no stronger, cheaper or better fence was ever made. Our new stock of Dietz Oil Stoves are going as rapidly as can be expected with times as hard as they are. That it is a good stove, no one who has ever tried them will deny. They are absolutely safe, be cause there is no possible way by which they can explode; they are free from unpleasant odors, because they are made on the most approved plans; they are economical, because directly you are through ronlrinor von fsYMncrniih tVif j & y 1 flame. Twenty-four dollars in-! vested in one of these stoves will save you a pot of money in twelve months. The Australia brought us the latest thing in tea strainers; they fasten close up to the spout and the leaves are bound to be caught in the strainer. Handsomely nickel plated and we sell them for a quarter of a dollar. We are having a run on the Alaska refrigerators, because they are the best ever brought to Honolulu. We sold one to a lady who had been taking twenty pounds of ice a day. When we assured her that she could reduce the quantity half ; the amount, she laughed at us. ,: It was just ten days after she 1 commenced using it that she j came in and reported that she j now buys just half the quantity of ice she formerly did. Tie Hawaiian Hardware Co. U4 (i CARTWKIGHT. liEAL ESTATE, BROKERAGE, INSURANCE. Especial facilities for handling Estates, Trusts, Guardianships and Private Busi ness, Moneys carefully invested ; Loans negotiated; Kents, Dividends ard Inter ests collected. Property sold or leased for a small c juimiasion. General Manager for the Hawaiian Isl ands for the following. Insurance Com panies : Equitable Li e Assurance Society of the United States, Assets $iS5,044,310 00 Commercial Union Assurance Compa ny, L'o.,of London, Assets $16,517,786 00 Imperial Insurance Company, L'd., of London, Assets 9, 62 020 00 Lion Fire Insurance Company L'd., of London, Asse's. . . .$4,125,000 00 The Board of Underwriters of New Yorn. The National Board of Marine Under writers of New York. FOR LEASE. O. 1 THOSE DESIRABLE PRE i raises on the Ea-t side of the old Matdki playground. The Buildings are modern, commodious, and in perfect re pair. The grounds are spacious and carefuUy laid out in fruit a; d ornamen tal trees. Terms $0 per month. NO. 2 LEADED. TO. 3. THE COTTAGE AND l Grounds on the Wet side of King Ftreet, nearly opposite Thomas Square $160 will be spenr in impr svemeuts to suit any tenant leasing tho same. Terms $25 per month. NO 4. THE RESIDENCE AND accompanying grounds at Marsh field, opiKsite Sunny South, Waikiki road. The House is completely furnished with Antique Koa rurniture. 1 here is an extensive and beautifu'' garden. Pad docks and Stable accommodation. A rare opportunity to lease a beautiful home. For terms, apply to the undersigned. X-O. 5. THiT Df S'R BLE LOT ON il the W st side of Juod street, on 'he Waikiki side of the residence of C. Bolte, Es-q. This afford.- one of the finest build ing sites in the city. A long lease on moderate term-j to a desirable tenant. VO. 6. 30 ACRES OF UND ( more or less) convenient to Hono lulu; suitable for ric- plantation. A lontc lease and easy term3 will ba made with party sinking an artesian well on same. VO. 7. TWO OFFICE ROOMS, EN i ' suite, on Kaahumanu street. These rooms have been thoroughly repainted and renovated and being in the heart of the business centre are extiemly desir able for professional gentlemen. Terms moderate. iy O 8. THREE OFFICE ROOMS, en suite, in the Cartwright Build ing, oppositct' the law office of W. R. Castle, Esq. The rooms are thoroughly painted and renovated thr ughout. Ad mirably adapted to professional gentle men. Terms moderate. FOR SALE. - O. 1. A FINE BANANA PLANTA 1 ' tion, 10 000 bearing trees, in Kalihi Valley; 39 acres in fee simple, 19 acres heing leasehold. Houses Tools, Work ing Stock, Good-will, all go with the place. J and situata in Kauhi Valley, in a good arable belt, easity worked, good cdmate, fine view, good carriage road to place A bargain. V O. 2 FOR SALE OR LEASE, i1 Vacant Lot on Young street, near Thomas qnare. Defdi able location near the residence of L. Dee. Price $200. XTO. 3. FUR SALE, VACANT LOT i-N on Kuakini street. In a healthy location. Price $J25; 4 expense of deeds. X0. 4 FOR SALE, LAND AT -iS Kamoiliili. Living spring of water. Twc story house on Land. Portion of property now under lease. Price $350. N O. 5. THAT DESIRABLE PBOP erty on E?eretania street between Piikoi and Keamoku streets, exter ding th'ough to Young street. At; present occupied by Ira Lowell. Price $3,400. Terms: Cash $2600, balance on mort gage 2 j earn at 8 per cent. Deeds at expensa of purcha-er. Besides the above I have other desir able property lor sale and lease. For information call at the ofhee, Cartwright Block, Merchant Street. BRUCE CAttTWRIGHT. 3975-tf J. T, Lund, 15 Bethel street, PRACTICAL GUN and LOCKSMITH ; Repairing of all descriptions-, Electrical Corrigate t and Ar chitectura Iron Work; O namental Iron Gates and Fences; rownin?, Blueing and Restocking Guns and Bicycle Repairing a specialty 3949-y Guardian's Notice. ; 1 AYING THIS DAY BEEN AP i pointed guardian of James Love, a spendthrift, notice is hereby given that i will not be responsible for any bills con tracted by him or by any person in his behalf, unless authorized by me in writing. (Sig.) J. ALFRED MAGOON. Dated Honolulu. February 14, 1895. 3Q20-tf """Half and Halt" Is a trreat appetizer, makes lire weak stout and purities the biood. r-old at the EMPIRE SALOON, Two for 25 tents- .964-y Firewood for Sale. CUT AN') SPLIT ALGEROBA Firewood in quantiries to sun, at $lv per C'-rd, delivered to any part of the ei:y limi's, ire of charge Apply at yard of California Feed warehouse, next to O. K. L. Co. depot. Telephone 195. JACK E.EE, 8932-3m Proprietor. BKL S I BANG I I i iE OF ill IID 1111 Paine's Celery Compound CUKES When Ordinary Remedies Fail. The position of the physician who deals with the nervous and the feeble, the pain-worn, the hysterical, the sleepless, is one of the utmost gravity. Frolonged strain of mind an I body, or of both, is apt to result all too quickly in sudden collapse . One of the greatest physicians the world has ever seen, who was iur years the most prominent man upon the faculty of Dartmouth, realizing the extent of the physician's responsibility, set about to discover a remedv that - should build up the nervous system, and cure the ills that result from impoverished blood and diseased nerve3. He discovered that greatest of all remedies, Paine's Celery Compound, and submitted the formula to fellow physicians. There v,s no seen t about it The formula from that time uiitil now ha been furnished, whenever asked for, to reputable physicians, and they have time and agaiu examined it, and knowing that it is goofl, hive recommended it to those who are sick. No other remedy was ever so highly endorsed, and so gener lly used and re commended by physicians. Dr. Wil iani Home, who for a dozen years has been one of the most prominent editors, of and writers for, medical jour nals, writing in May of last year, said : "I have been using Paine's Celery Compound for s:x weeks for myself an t wife. 1 am, like all graduated M D.'s, opposed to all proprietary remedies. I was induced to try the Celery Compound afrer reading Commodore Howell's letter. I feel conscientiously inclined to testify to the building-up qualities of the Celery Compound. I am just finishing the sixth bottle. I have recommended the Com pound to many. "Eor five years I have been aflFcted each season with excessive nervousness; so sensitive was I that any little noise caused me to start and flutter. This extreme nervous condition induce 1 an unpleasant affliction of eczema, a partly nervous disease with me. For five sea sons I have been full of itching, rd erup tive spots. Three weeks avto, this condi tion came upon me again, but with much more excessive nervous prostration. I com menced taking the Paint's Celey Com pound. My unpleasant nervous condi tion is entirely gone. I sleep well and have a good appetite. My dyspepsia is gone and I easily digest all I eat. For Sale by H0BE0N DRUG COMPANY. DYSPEPSIA, HEADACHE, come from irritation of the nerves, and this nerve malady is jut as likely to be caused by the squeaking and rattling noises in your carriage as anything else. 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Dr. W.'s diagnosis was the same as my own, al though we had neither of us known any thing about tho other's diagnosis. There was some unsteady twitching of the tacial muscles on the right side, and especially of the right eye. "Mr. Licilt-john seemed to bo com pletely unbalanced and jerky,' and quite unsteady This is a truthful state ment of Mr. Littlejohn's coudition. He tried every conceivable remedy, by the recommendation of some euht or ten physicians in Janesviile, Chicago, Mil waukee, and other places All the treat ment failed to relieve him. I recom mended Paine's Celery Compound. "Hb tried it, and by a steady, persis tent use of the Celery Compound, he completely cured himaelf of the worst case of extreme nervous prostration and excitement that I ever saw. Mr. Litt e john informs me that he hs spent over $5,000 in doctoring, without good He thoroughly trie 1 Celery Compound. It completely cured him." 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