the pXcific cohmebCial
ADVERTISER: H XOLl"Ll
APRIL 4, 1896.
WALLACE ' tAfHG10S.
:.ziou work -rs should stamp out the ,
evil by touching up the moral senti- j
ment. But what a barrier they hav- lo
face in the administration of a la--upheld
by an Aczlo-Saxon. Christian
Government, and that must be criti-
r'v-t-A. if no condemned.
Le the Ba n i ta r y p rc
the law gives offset the influence for
loose morals which it must in time ex-
generation? No a-
Mr. Dillingham's review of the loan gument yet advanced has successfully
question is a strong plea for progression proved it. Put and honest law upon the
in our financial affairs, as against the statute books, not a declaration that is
inactivity resulting from letting the a shame-faced admission that we do not
matter wait till a more convenient sea- want a law under which the courts can
son. The damper placed by business fake a hand in d-aling with the moral
men upon certain f eatures of Minister conditions of the lower classes. If there
Damon's bill should by no means put must be license, then license and seg
an end to the movement for consolidat- regate; but, better still, let the law
ing the public loan. The plea of waiting support the efforts of the Christian
for annexation is indicative of a weak- worker, and let those who will defy
ness in the conduct of our internal af moral and statute law tak the conse
fairs which the country has no need 'juences.
and ought not to admit. It is always -
W. W. DIMOND.
If this season
lirm. S. A. Lefrber
well to hope for the best, and at the
same time prepare for the worst. Thi3
country of undeveloped resources can
not afford to bank too heavily on a prob
ability. It must continue a progressive
internal policy from which it will reap
a benefit urrder any circumstances ,and
a still greater return in event of annex
ation. With a slight change in the terms
on which the loan is to be floated, it is
certainly for the country best good tc
bring about the consolidation of its
debt at the earliest possible day. Give
the financiers of every country an op
portunity to invest, and let it go to the
KM'I lilMK.NT BK'JTFIS THAN
A JWI II Y.
The discussion of the Act to Mitigate,
held before the House Committee Fri-
Colon-1 Waring, the New York com
missioner of street cleaning, having
succeeded in bringing the streets of
New York City to an average degree
of cl-anliness, has inaugurated a plan
whereby the "'little ones" are given a
chance. Children's street cleaning
leagues have been formed in order to
secure the interest and co-operatfon of
the children in keeping the streets free
from debri3. Members of the leagues
are pledged to r- fYain from throwing
paper, fruit skins, etc., in the streets
and to influence their playmates to the
same end. The leagues hold weekly
llimiUlH,!. at which reports are render
ed upon the condition of the various
districts represented, and once each
month Colonel Waring meets the united
leagues at a public meeting. In this
way the children are taught to take an
active interest in matters of public im-
day afternoon, brought out little that: portance, and educated in a practical
was new in connection with the "social , manner to a sentiment of civic nrid-
Helpless With Rheumatism
and Without Appetite
Tired Feel ng and Pains Dispelled
by Hood's Sarsaparilla.
I was hi tcrrtbss nuvrry w.irj rtsrassBBttssBl Is
my top - : er Units. I read so no :
Hood's bnaparfBa that I thought 1
wuld try it ami a-e if it wocld rell-T i
v uen I comj2ier.cec: I could rot sit nor eTet
turn otw la bd without help. On botie at
Mood's Reiteved Wle
to much that I was soon out of be3 and muM
wali- I had also feit w;ak an i tired aii tne
time , could not sleep, and obtained so Utt:- - s)
at niht ti..-.: J z. ora out ::. the rncrr.ii g.
I hau it'j ap, etfta to eat anything, but Booin
restored my appetite so that 1
hout any distress, and I hart
gained rap i!y n strength. I haTe taken tit
bottles (t Hood's BanamWina an : I am as ;:
Mas. S. A. I.f.fEp.er. Rossmoyne, 1
coold eat w
Hood's Pills cure llTer ills, eonstjpa:i n
M . - . .-.s -s. ;a:. ,e. sick hesvlache, Indigesu.. a
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY.
Who:-- i e Acents.
Auction Sales by J. F. Morgan.
evil" of this country. The old argu
ments of the moral influence and the
sanitary necessity were brought up.
Each is unanswerable in its way, and
yet, when it comes to the point of de
ciding what to do about it, the same
collision and consequent deadlock oc-
and usefulness. Colonel Waring has
certainly hit upon a good scheme for
awakening the future citizens of his
country to a sense of their responsiv
bility as individuals for the conditions
that surround them. Boys and girls
who will see to it that streets are clean-.
curs. The moral advocate recognizes ! ed may be relied- upon to throw theia
th force of the sanitary arguments, J influence for clean politics when grown
and vice versa. There the matter stands I to manhood and womanhood
and nothing is done.
But this state of affairs should not
exist from year to y ar, as it has in the j
pa.st. To stand still in this age is sim
ply one form of retrogression. The
time has com- when the people of the
country, and particularly Honolulu
have reached fhe decision that some- j
thing should be done, though it may be i
in rhe nature of an experiment. Ad-
mltiiirK that prostitution imder a sort of SATURDAY, APRIL 4th,
semi-license has been a necessary evil,
AT 12 O'tLOf K NOON,
I will sell at Public Auction, at my
salesroom, Queen Street,
s not good i
makers or the man who)
i wears white clothes it's good
for the peopie in other lines.
And it it was pleasant
! weather all the time, no rain,
I no cool winds, nothing but
dust, the dealer in some lines
would have to close up
This is wire mat weather:
the sorkthat makes the man
who handles reliable steel
wire mats rejoice. Ours is
the mat and we are rejoicing.
First: because we were for
tunate in securing the best
steel mat manufactured, and
secondly: because it is just
the sort of weather that
makes a demand for the
This mat of ours will not
turn up on the edges and be
come unsightly: it may be
stood on edge, folded up like
a paper basket, when the
veranda is being swept and
it will never wear out. Other
makes of mats will: they
have been tried here and
found wanting in many res
pects. The kind we have
will always hold their shape.
Price less than the com
Always gives satisfaction to the purchaser.
The carriage can be made as light and as roomy as
you want it.
Painting and Trimming
Will be of your own taste.
Details are very essential to comfort.
We have built all sorts of conveyances and they are
the iov of manv an Island home.
qqg MonufOGlunno Bo.,
ETC.. ETC . Also, a few very fin
pieces of IW ATA WAKE. ( Japa
nese Ware) arid a beautiful
Itu-t of -:
FOR BALE OS
the country is now faced with a new
ronlititn an alarming and unusual in
crease. Putting aside all questions of
right or wrong, in the past, the Act to
Mitigate has proven ineffectual in keep
ing the evfl within bounds. We are
facing a new situation as a result of ;i
large influex of men and women from
the Orient who are absolutely devoid of ;
any thought of the moral phase of their
devilish trade. The aboriginal race has
more delicacy in the matter than the
unfortunate Japanese women of the
lower classes that arf brought to our
Recognizing the fact that the law
tends to decrease disease, is this coun-
try in a position to harbor as it is j
doing today a class of men living on
the earnings of unchaste women? We
are facing a new condition which is
troubling the Board of Health and other
advocates of the sanitary side of the
If we must pander to an evil, let us at
it ast keep it within bounds, and at
least prevent its being flashed in the
faces of people upon the public thor
oughfares. If the efficacy of the law as
a sanitary measure must be taken intc
account .then let those who are reachet)
by the law be huddted together in some
section of the city, so that the fre
quenters of the place will be obliged to
face the additional danger of social
condemnation. The country will meriti
more respect by facing, the matter
squarely than by getting around it by
a law that bears the name of being un
constitutional and ineffectual.
It has been remarked that the re-
a I to 0 UOi K a. m . .
At Auction K.: B.
At Manoa, opposite the Punahou Prop
erty, and near the junction of
the two Manoa roads.
The Lots command a fine view of the
ocean and city.
Maps of the Property can be obtained
at my salesroom.
This will be an excellent opportunty
to obtain a suburban residence site ad
jacent to the city.
Terms: One-half cash and balance on
mortgage at 8 per cent.
For further particulars, apply to
Jas. F. Morgan,
Von Holt Block.
NO. 70 QUEEN STREET.
v y WB HLs!!jBsB""y wP"
HI steel hp. Slid li
Agate Ware 'White, Gray and Nickel-plated), Pumps, Water and Soil Pipes,
Water Closets and Urinals. Kubber Hose and Lawn Sprinklers, Bath Tubs and Steel
Sinks, O. S. Gutters and Leaders, Sheet Iron Copper, Zinc and Lead, Lead Pipe and
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER, AND SHEET IKON WORK.
Dimond Block. 75-7J King Street.
A NEW SHIPMENT OF THIs
W. S. LUCE,
A LARGE STOCK
T. B. MURRAY,
Fitted Up With aJl the Modern Ap
MANUFACTURING AND REPAIRING
Jost to hand per' Paul Ieriberp-"
uphiPlPQ ft fvprv Mr
nrn nniMn luiiiuiuaui liuij uuuu
ItLU UtllUl IV j ALL V.ilK
H. HACKFELD & CO.
For the Hawaiian Islands.
4 .'53-1 ni
Take an Outing
The Only Known Specific that will Invariably
Prevent "Mai de Mer.
GUARANTEED PERFECTLY HARMLESS.
i .sw r ,
FOR BALE AT
H. HU) I CO.
AiMicon Livery om Boording Sties.
Cor. Merf ha.it aiul Pwiohard sts.
LIVERY ANDBOARDINC STABLES
CHrriagfs, Surrevs and Hacs at all
brwrs. ' TELEPHONE 190.
Conducted by M la.S T H B I M .
WILL RE-OPEN APRIL 6th
For it- Snmmer T-i m.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Trains will leave
A. M. and 1:45 P. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 P. M. and 5:55 P. ML
Round Trip Tickets:
1H Class 2d ClaM
Pearl City $ 7o $ BO
Ewa Plantation 1 ) 75
Waianae 1 o) 1 :-5
Typewriting and Copying.
&OS8 M. F. LEDEHKH.
Office Hawaiian A.btract ani Title Co..
Corner Fort and Merchant tref-t-.
Sam Suik : : : Proprietor.
Formerly the Ba Horse saloon.
Corner Bethel and Hotel Btreets.
The Daily ADVERTISER.
75 Cents a Month.
We do not charge any more fur
our goods than they are worth.
Nor do we t-ll you that they are
something that they are not. Our
policy and our prices are right.
Iou'i overlook us in the rush.
Special Attention to the Traveling Public.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
BROWN & KUBEY
Importers and Dealers eb
Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
Honolulu. H. I.
P. O. Box 441. Telephone 795.
I Fnecial eattne boose. Private rooms for
j ladies snl genth men. Open from 5 a. m.
i id t in the morning.
rrllr id i.nti; fi.-f. ?nif;ic Jiai --J:.
The Pasteur Filter
IKVKNTED BY LATE
Pronounceil the bet Water Filter in use.
For sale and can be seen in operation at
J. A. HOPPER'S.
Delivered by Carrier.
Closing Out Sale.
Bargains in Japanese Goods. Commencing April
ist, our entire stock of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Silk Goods
are to be closed out regardless of cost. Everything
in stock will be offered for sale at LESS than cost. Now
is the time to buy the finest of Japanese Goods at almost
your own price.
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