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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 7. IS95.
i. (Commercial Vdvcrtiocr. WALLACE . F AFRf GTOV Till B.V V Omt of the latest items in Gover nor Altgeld'fl pardoning record i-tli- ?!. .- :" 112 t-'irl- from an in dustrial Nliool in Eranston, III. When the governor goet ut of ot!i th'rc will. undoubtedly, be plenty of work tor th- r.-forniatry and ri-on iiaiia'-rr in ';tlr inr the -tray wanI-r i - which have been turned loose on the CASE OF CONSCIENCE. Among the i (icifleii t - of the late cholera vi-itation i- one which reveal- the energy of cn-:i-:n-; ami it- supreme power in tli? di-i-plincd -oul. A con.--ientious iti zen tiring not far from Pnnahoa hail heen in the ha!it for year- of consuming a lriel herring for his Sunday morning breakust. The ierriii'r had heen lawfully import ed, or snnirjrlel. into thi- hamlet of virtue ami revolution-, in order to tickle the appetites of men who reside here for mercantile, mission ary and multifariou- purp 0868, and w.i- Ulieved to be free from the cholera frenns. When the Hoard of Health for hid the use of fresh fish, the sensi tive ron-rience of this law-abiding citizen put lefore him, in all its ghastly nakedness, the question whether or not the eating of the dried herring did not come within the spirit, if not the letter, of the law. Instead of set-king the advice of lawyers he asked an affable and learned memler of the Hoard of Health his opinion, and was posi tively informed that the eernis of the cholera could not he taken into the system by simply smelling. Thereupon he placetl the dried and ancient tish ujmui his table every Sunday morning and smelt its pun gent and delicious odor until the tabu was removed. On the hap pening of that event he consumed it with evidences of the wildest gluttony, and with the deepest feelings of gratitude he sat down and addressed a memorial to the Kxecutive Council asking that his name Ik? placetl on the roll of the ever-faithful patriots, and that in distribution of the next periodical series of 'testimonials' granted for eminent -ervice attempt to "gain coiicession from the present vrording of tic treat v. The colonies are anxi-mi- to extend their trade with Japan, but they have in view a protective policy which it is not reasonable to believe Japan will accept. editor, i The feesimr existincin the An-- tralian Colonies against the Jap anese IS On much the -ame plane a- that which Commissioner Fitz gerald of San Francisco is seeking to Inculcate among the people of the Coast. It i- a desire for reci procity without in turn reciprocat ing, and is by no means becoming to the i -en-e of the agitator-. At the recent meeting of the Social Purity Congress in Haiti more, Francis Willaid, president of the W. . T. IT., remarked that the bicycle is one of the greatest allies of social purity. In Chicago saloon keenem and theatrical managers are curbing the bicycle because the young folk- are riding out into the country instead of patronising their resorts. If this is true, bicycle! manufacturers and bicycle agents ought to be placed on record as the j greatest missionary workers of the age. Jimely yopie5 AUCTION SALE OF TO ALL WHO USE PAINT: THE AERMOTOR VALUABLE on 1 tie undersigned innnr 1 1 pi erle lU L 1 I H : v. AND Queen -:- Street. On Saturday, Nov. 4 VI 1 Steel Tower. A alesroom. I will eU at Public Auc tion, that VALUABLE REAL Oticcn i hi ESTATE Street. Directly opposite the Kapaaiwa Building, ai:l aij'.i:i tkg the warehouse of Messrs. w. . Peacock A ( '. The Proferty h&s been divided in t three tine buii:e- i-es. No. 1 3l.l"rY t o tueen street. and from t to 98 feet deep. Contains 2510 square feet. No 2 31.15 feet on Queen -treet ami from 7'i to Bl feet deep. Oontaius 2366 square feet. No. 3 30.30 on Lane and from 51 feet to 55.5 tet-t deep, Contains 1 square feet, together with the Cottage thereon. This is an nnasual opportunity t obtain Valuable Business Property, adjacent to the Government Building ami within a hort distance of the New .vlarket. The unJf rsi.cned, L.C. Abies and H. P. Walton. purchased from Charles J.Warner. the invent"!- of Peerless Preser in Paint the exclusive right t manufacture, usa PtLRLfc PRESERVING PAINT in the Hawaiian Islands. Patent for Peerless Preserving Paint. i ol 5 t t n ber. 1895. the Republic of Hawaii granted to L.C. Abies and atent No. lit, granting to tiiem the exclusive nyhi t make, nss hik) v( : id PKKBLXSS PBE8KfiVI' 1'aint th'oiitrhor.t the Hawaiian islands. Trade Mark for Peerless Preserving Paint. The Republic ol Hawaii has also granted to L.C.A blesand H. V Walton the exclusive nse the w ! ds Pkkbxesg pBsaxavnie Paint a a t ademark throughout the Ke public of Hawaii for the term of 20 years. I m itations. Certain parties in Ban Fran lco have recently been sending lo Honolulu under the name of Pkxbxcss Pbkskxvikg Paint a tporious article not only inferior to the genuine paint, but one wnicfa 1 positively injurious to any metal to which it may be appued. Beware of Fraud. We hereby warn ai! persons ataimt beinr defrauded into asing any but the genuine Pani Bsi PazsKSViKG Taint, which ;in be obtained only of Abies and Walton. Warning Against Infringement. We also hereby warn all persons against buying, sllir; or u-irg any article unde the name o! 1 kh:i.i PBE8KXVIKO Paint except that sold by u as sucb buying, selling o r osing will b- a di ect infringement f our 1 atenl i nd Trade Mark, and a violation of iur nv'ht. subiectinc the persons bovine, pellireor usina such paint to a claim for i amaaea iv u Honol ordance with the bawaiian Law. 11 P. WALTON. IN Ml MORIAM. Eulogw to Memory ol Mother Hitchcock Hy a Friend. Mr. Alameda K Hitobooek, wife of Hon. David H. Hitchcock, died at the familv re-ideuce on Wai muenue ave nue In Hilo, Hawaii, on October 29, lv"), aged 7 year ami U days. rw Hitehooek wat au Ameiieau lady of culture, education and refinement, atul in the spring-time of life she wax a teacher in the grammar school? of New York aud Boston. But her oung heart was touched by Cupid's arrow and her eyes turned longingly toward thee inlands as the harbor bar beyoud which life held for her love and joy and peace. So setting sai I at Boston she came "rouml the Horn" to become the wife of an obscure young lawyer, who siuce that time in- made bis name known all over the Republic. Arriving in the liar oi of Honolulu, Mr. Hitchcock and a minister or me urosuej went on board and the brave little woman came ashore the wife of the man with whom - he has walked hand in hand down the declivity of life's pathway for more than the third of a century, participating i n the joys aud sorrows of life rearing a large and respected family of hoy and girls who are all now grown to man's estate, and all living tut her namesake daughter, the wife of Dr. V. J. Moore, whose sad dr-ath occurred only a few mouth ago and from the affects "f which Mother Hitehooek as she was fami liarly called never fully recovered. The immediate cause of death was As pumping is one of the most common uses to which wind motors are put, the method of communicating motion to the pump is very important and has received our closest attention, and the defect created in mot wind Ladies, Attention! L. B. KERR, Queen St., Honolulu, Has just opened up one of the most complete assortment of BRUCE CARTWRIGHT DRESS GOODS JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer 4142-eod REAL ESTATE, BROKERAGE, INSURANCE. Especial facilities for handling Estates, Trusts, Guardianships and Private Busi ness. Moneys carefully invested. Loans negotiated, Rents, Dividends and Interests :n f i -i l ne-onau llllfk III .11 1 II' llla I ' W III 1 s- " ft ' collected, rroperty sold or leased for a ,.'. in q cpuere -rr A Viae small commission. 1 General Manaeer been obviated in the Aermotor tun tiummeut. Mrs. Hitchcock had never heen ill hefore during her mar- rii.il I i ' . . u ml n i u uhla t . . r . i 1 . , . i i r every day uutil within four days of cylinder her denth. At an ace greater than for the Hawaiian Islands for the following Insurance Com panies: Equitable Life Assurance Societv of the United States, assets S 1 85,044,310 6 Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ltd., of London, assets SH,r 17, 7SG (K) Imperial Insurance Company, Limited, of London, assets $9,362,020 OO Lion Fire Insurance Company, Limited, ef London, assets $4, 125,000 OO The Board of Underwriters of New York. The National Board of Marine Under writers of New York. FOR LEASE. NO. 5. THAT DESIRABLE LOT ON the West -ide of Jnld street. n the Wniki-L-i siiiln nf thu rviili ni'i' of HnttP strokes of ordinary wind mills. This affords one of the finest building sites x .i i l terms to a desirable tenant. NO. b LEASED. FOR SALE. NO. 2. FOR SALE OR LEASE VA cant lot on Yoang street, ne.-ir Thomas Square. Desirat)le location ne:ir the resi dence of L. Dee. Trice $2200. NO. 6. LAND AT K DM DELI, K A M A -lo. Molokai. Price $275. One-half expense of deeds. NO. 8. 1 ACRE OF PINE TAR0 LAND, all in taro. located at Kamakela; water rijrht goes with the land. Last year's taro crop sold for over $300. Price $1900. One hah expense of d eds. NO. 9. BDILD1NG LOT AT A A L . Price by means of back gearing, so that the wheel makes about three turns to one stroke of; the pump or enough so that the wheel may run at its natural speed, unrestrained in any j moderate wind, without doing violence to the pump or its connections. This enables us to give the pump a long stroke instead of the quick, jerky, short Ever Imported Into These Islands. During the whole of this month he will continue to sell at reduced prices Black and Colored Cashmere, Nun's Veilings, Serges, Ginghams, India Linens, Nainsooks, Dimi ties, Victoria Lawns, Lace Stripes, Sateens. Straw Hats thousands to select from : Feathers, Rib bons, Flowers, etc., etc. CALL EARLY AND GET FIRST CHOICE. I his means that the valves are not worked so harshly in open ing and closing and that the wear and tear is greatly dimin ished, while the piston rod speed is increased, and conse quently the pumping capacity is increased. The back gear ing, together with the extra L. B. KERR, Wholesale and Retail Importer, QUEEN STREET. HYMAN BROS., SOLE AGENTS FOR THE LITTLE JOKER TOBACCO For Pipes and Cigarettes. A Fresh Lot of This Weil-Known Brand Just to Hand. ;- holes for crank pins in the pbyrfoal exhaustion produced by gas-,crank wheel also makes it pos 'J . ' . - I "I I 1 . 1 T..1 CA.lt ...... .... ..! s if rfi nif- uiin nil- t-ririf ucir .ii.im.i. - mi. uu .m.i iinr. r j $14W. One-half expense of leetl-. any ordinary size ot pump no. 10. 2 lots, each with two- If a wind motor is 9tojy "v; at :Aa,,a-J.'L'l?""1; --nceoto" not sensitive to the direction of haifext.en f .!. . .!. t,, tlf I?eiinltli dulleii hikI relaxed lV the burden of v ..'it. -li.. .-fii.-.i viii'iiiis mii, I )ir us name BDomo not oe lorgowen. faeulfis andimmed iy the flight I , of tune and with HKWtu. may . . . . U ;fo NO. ll.-LOT WITH CO TT AG KS ON wnen tne tiuinan acuiiiee are usually i nwu muv-n vi tmuv.n is lost. m:v south walks am A clause in the British treaty with Japan, which provides that the stipulations of the treaty shall not be applicable to certain enumer ated colonics, including the Aus tralian colonies, unless those colo- nies see tit to accept the conditions within two years of the ratification, has pi ven New South Wales it first problem of foreign policy to solve.! New South Wales has the oppor tunity to accept or reject the treaty, and, judging from appearances, the j colony is utterly at a loss to know ; what to do with it. Already one year has elapsed since ratifications j were exchanged, and still no de cision has been reached. On the 1 It'n of September the matter came 1 up in the Legislative Councils of the colon v. and the Attornev (ien-1 - eral stated that the treaty bristled with advantages, but. on the other i . 1 2 Z I I - - I py" aieriiie.xs iie vinuaiiuy irawinu over the home of wliicli he was queen until (he filial summons cam, when -he cheerfully responded: "I am all right; I am ready," aud when the boatman with shadowy oar neared th shore her pure spiff! accompanied him over the dark, wide river to the further shore, where she will dwell in that sequestered valley of eternal life and where the spiritual flowers f eternal spring rime will bloom with pereuuial beauty and glory forever more. The body was dressed in a simple white fOWDi and Mother HitODOOCk The ease with which a wind surprising m,ii faces UD to the wind de- Punchbowl street. blow Qaeen street, upar water front, will ultimately become tine business property. Price $3500. One-halt expense of deeds. SO. 13. 328 A KKS GRAZING, COF- fee and feed lands at Honokua. .South NO. 14. LAND AT PUIWA, NUUANU valley, until ka of "Hanai a Kanialan.a." pends On Weight of the mill , Kona, Hawaii. the kind and condition ot the he;rino-: nn whtrh it nivnts and Uueen Knmia's old resid'iire: srea 3 77-HX , . r , acres. Planted to strawberries and taro tne comparative leverage oi wheel and tail. In the matter Price $500. NO. 16. HOUSE AND PREMISES ON tbo n-tiwf oriwr d 1 1 t ! -i , t W i L i t 1 I ' L" of leverage, the advantage en- streets. Area 1425 sauare feet. House has joyed by the Aermotor over common wind mills will be made apparent by the fact that the center of the wheel is only twelve inches mast or center on looked more like some one tdeepim? sweetly in the full vigor of robust j from the health than one wliose sleep Knew no , . - r , waking. No one could have deter- ! which It turns while that Ol the ruined from the placid feature that j Dest known wheel is thirty no whispt-r could come back to say a , . . word to loveti one left behind, she inches, requiring as is easily rceentlv been renaired and shinsled. A rare business opportunity. Deedi stamps and acknowledgments at expense of pur chaser. Pric $1200. NO. 17. T H OSE EXT i: 1". M ELY DES1 li able premises centrally and conveniently, nearly opposite Emma Spiare. Honolulu, next door and mauka of the residence of J. M. Oat. Esq. Certainly a bargain. For particulars apply to the undersigned. had whimpered her laat good night: her voice was hushed until the judg ment day. The billows of floral offerings attt -t ed with greater force than human words the high esteem in which she was held by every one. Services were held at the residence by ttie Rev. Mr Hill of the American church, assisted by his excel leu t choir. The honorary pall-bearers were Hons C. E. Richardson, Jos. P. Sis son, Rev. 8. L. Desha. Hon. S. L. Austin, '"on. G. W. A. Hapai aud C. hand, there were some dangerous Kennedy, the active palld.earers hetu Arthur Riehnrdsou, Dr R. B. clauses, ami What the Government Williams, G. K. Wilder and E. V.Le bail to do tn rr'f fhi ltifit Blotld. e The interment took place in the :aL A. aL J a witnoui ine uinu vantages. The M dangerous clauses n are those which secure to the subjects of the two contracting jxwers full liljerty to enter, travel or reside in any part of the dominions of the other and immunitv from any higher imposts or charges than those imposed on native subjects. The acceptance of this condition precludes the passing of any laws to restrict Japanese immigration. Here lies the difficulty. The agi tation against Japanese immigra tion is on the increase, and there will undoubtedlv be an seen two and one-half times as long or large a tail to balance the same sized wheel. The Aermotor presents one-half , the surface to the wind; it is apparent that this other wheel must have hve times the tail surface to make it face the wind equally well thereby greatly increasing the liability to wreck in a storm. The mere fact that we have placed i so more rvermotors on the Besides the above I have other desirable property for sale and lease. For informa tion call at the oftke, Cartwright Block, Merchant St beautiful Hilo cemetery, wnither her - , j rr remains were followed by a iare cou- islands is sufficient guarantee nse r sympttbiziug friends, wh-re of their superiority and desir b'ack cloak of eartblv night was I t A. l a d over her mortal remaius, and ability by those who want a our.-e the sprea she now sleeps where gentle hands have laid her, aud we reverently bow head and knee over the lowly hillock and bedeck with flowers aud bedew with tears the turf which will grow nowhere els- so greeu. May God in his wisdom grant peace to the miuo aud solace to the heart of her bereaved family, and rest to the soul of Alnieda E. Hitchcock is the ferveut prayer of a Friend. motor that looks after itself. THE Tall oaks from tiny acorns grow," And some small ads big profits show. Printer's ink. Daily month. Advertiser 75 cents a I I e COMPANY, L'D.. Opposite Spreckels' Bank, 307 FORT STREET. BRUCE CARTWRIGHT rHE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT And Investment Company STOCKS HAVE BKCil'N TO MOVE! The favorable weather during the iat rammer gives promise of a large crop for 1 and with an estimated shortage of the world's production of Ore Million Tons of Sugar, higher prices are looked for. ersons alive to the situation are begin ning to purchase now. During the present month we have made more sales of First Class Stocks than for the past twelve months. We are now buying and selling the fol lowing: Hawaiian Sugar Company Stork. Ewa Plantation Company Stock. Haiku sugar Company Stock, Honomu Sugar Company Stock. Hawaiian Agricultural "Company Stock. Paia Plantation Company Stock," Mutual Telephone Stock. Hawaiian Electric Company Stock. Also Hawaiian Government Bonds, and Plantation first Mortgage Bonds. We have some very secure boxes in the Safe Deposit Vaults to" let by the month or bv the vear at verv reasonable rates. Fr fartfcalars apery to THE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT And n vestment Company, 408 Fort Street, Honolulu. FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS AND HYMAN BROS., Wholesale Importers of General Merchandise. Romping Children Will he parading our streets on Monday to school. Clothes tbat were good enough last year have been worn out during the long vaca tion. Every mother'- heart beats with pleasure when her children leave for school clad from head to foot in a good, clean, substantial outfit. This fitting out for the school children will have our special attention for the next wek. Do you want to be one of the many parents to be able to say that your children look as nice as so and so's ? Let me aist you. New stock of Blankets, Quilts, Bedspreads Mosquito Nets, Towel, Sheetings, Shoes, etc., DRESS GOODS, DRESS GOODS. M. S. LEVY, Fort Street. H. E. McINTYRE & BRO., EAST CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS. Importers and Dealers in Groceries, Provisions and Feed. .sew ana Fresh Goods received by every packet from Calrfomla, Eastern States and European Markets. Standard Grades of Canned Vegetables. Fruits and Fish. Goods delivered to any part of the city. Satisfaction guaranteed. Island trade solicited. P. O. BOX 145. TELEPHONE NO. 92.