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TTIK PACIFIC COMMERCLVD ADVI-liTISKI! : HONOLULU.
IS'IS.
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THE PACIFIC
Commercial Advertiser.
a sepulchral voice. This is the? qiie.--fion:
"Are there ghosts? If not, why
TlOt?"
W. N. ARMSTRONG
EDITOR.
FRIDAY
APRIL 1.
tiik V(h:(t roin i m l.sk.
NEW DIUKCTOKY.
CYCLOMEKE DECISIONS.
White Mr. i-rowrte, in anoilici column
oxpresses the opinion that tho Portu
Kuo.st may do w 11 on the plantations,
he doos not explain why thfy steadily
get away from them. Nor dos he sot-m
to le aware of thc great changes in
character of the Portuguese people.
The majority of Portugue.se immi
grants could not rrad or writ.-. Within
1G years only: J,.0'J children of those,
immigrants have been born h?re, have
had fairly rood food, the best of cli
mate, and we, the dominant race, have
given them the same education which
makes children in America desire and
demand much better environment?
than their parents have. If we px
peotel to keep these children, as a
class, on the plantations, we should
have kept them in ignorance, and
want. We have made them ambitious.
The dangerous class in India toda-' is
that of the Indians educate! under
British, rule. As the young .Portuguese
mature, they naturally refuse the plan
tation life, because it is, they say, hope
less. They can purchase no land. On
the majority of the plantations they
are forced to associate more or less
with the .Asiatics. They are subject to
lunas. They struggle for better condi
tions. If these are refused them, they
become dissatisfied citizens. As voters
they will side against those whom they
believe oppress them, even if they do
not.
It is this rapidly increasing number
of young Portuguese that must be pro-
Tided for in some way, if they are to
become and remain good citizens. No
doubt a reconstruction of the planta
tion system might improve matters, but
the needs of the plantations, as. now
conducted, will keep ithe Asiatics in
keen competition with them.
It is a hardship that we should edit
cate these children, teach them to have
"wants," and then bring them in con
tact with ithe cheapest Asiatic labor we
can obtaLi. We are not criticising the
inen who carry on the sugar industry.
Hut we state simply a condition.
Several of the intelligent young Por
tuguese tell us that they cannot buy
land on this Island, excepting at ex
horbitant prices. There are only 43S
Portuguese own; :s of real estate 'in the
Islands, out of the tr.,191 Portuguese in
habitants. Events will make these
young people a dangerous class in time,
unless some sort of statesmanship
shows them a way of becoming con
tented. To do this, is not a missionary
affair, but a matter of self-preservation
to even the sugar industry.
We are educating these young people
to become, under certain circumstances
a dangerous class, or under other cir
cumstances to become a nvst desirable
class. But it looks as if they were al
ready educated beyond the plantations,
as now conducted.
Tiie Hawaiian Gazette -Co. I.Li., ha;
concluded arrangements for the publi
cation of a new directory for 1S9S-0U
i. is inie-uueu o nuiKe . nis me mo-.it
complete compendium of information
ever issued in those Islands. Beside?
the usual alphabetical list of names,
the Look will contain statistics relating
to the various Island industries, im
ports and exports, customs and postal
regulations, digest of land laws, de
scription and historical matter relating
lo the Islands, information relating to
the various societies and religious or
ganizations, extracts from the Census
returns, In fact everything 'that goes to
make a modern up-'.o-d ate. Directory.
The publication will be essentially a
home one, ais the canvass will be made
by Island boys, and the printing and
binding by the Gazette office.
Mr. T. J. Birch, a gentleman of many
years' experience in. the preparation of
Directory matter, here and abroad, will
assist in the compilation and will call
on the various business houses for the
purpose of arranging as to advertising
space. We bespeak for him the atten
tion of the business community.
PERSONAL A!ifD PECULIAR.
LEGISLATIVE RECONCILIATION.
The strained relations existing be
tween the two branches of the Legis
lature no longer e.visi.
The House passed a bill and sent it
up with a card of introduction to the
Senate. The Senate, being confused,
or careless, or irritable from having
been up with the baby all night, tossed
the card back and refused ordinary
parliamentary etiquette to the bill,
leaving it to cool its heels on the door
step. The House, being a body of
dignified men, and lusty with rich leg
islative blood, naturally resented the
gross indignity as it called it. For sev
eral days there appeared to be immi
nent, danger of an "unpleasantness."
Our own suggestion that each body
form itself into a football team, and
try the Wsue on the Makiki grounds,
was not kindly received. The rumor
that the members of these two enlight
ened bodies sought personal encounters
is entirely untrue. Both have conduct
el themselves with the utmost prop
riety outwardly, especially the House,
which must always feel the indignUy
i replied in seating the Senate on an up
wr floor, while the representatives of
the people arc deliberately placed on a
floor underneath.
This crisis in the history of the Re
public has passed. Righteousness (the
House) has kissed Peace (the Senate).
Both may now unite in stirring up with
"if 'not, why not" poles the Executive
family in its cage.
This hour of reconciliation should
be marked with some simple service of
mutual respect and united action. Bet
the same question be asked of the Cabi
net at the same moment, in each body.
The simultaneous asking would indi
cate a complete union of forces, and
warn the Ministers that the awful pow
er of interrogation still lives. Bet it be
done at midnight, and by a Senator
and Representative who is gifted with
"Is your wife interested in all this
war talk?"
"Interested? She went down cellar
today and threw out eleven jars of
Spanish pickles." Chicago Record.
The interest in the Hawaiian annex
ation may be temporarily obscured by
greater matters, but there is no danger
that the Islands will be moved away,
Washington Star. (The news of the
recent "flood" has evidently not reach
ed Washington.)
"I suppose," remarked the inveterate
pessimist, "that when war finally
comes, we shall only be fairly started
when some fool will get up and propose
arbitration." Philadelphia North Am
erican.
A California Referee Passes an
Opinion On Them.
A gentleman, who has been prcrni
nentl; identified with wheel racing,
both in this city and on the Coast, of
his own volition submitted to Root M.
Waleh, of California, statements of the
mo-., notorious controversies ant
ing during the list of racing at Cj!o
mere. The cases are well known to all
interested ia the sport here. 3.1 r. Wab.L
was sent along with a plain account of
the facts a copy of the rules that gov
erned racing at Cyclomere. In each in
stance he endorsed the verdict of the
referee. So far as the first affair was
concerned (Terrii, et al) the referee
promptly offered to forfeit $100 if his
decision would net be upheld by the
best authorities in the United States.
Terrill would not listen to any such
proposition, knowing well that he was
wrong. The second case was a trifle
more complicated, but Walch says the
referee va3 right. Mr. Walch has for
five years been chairman of the racing
board and referee in California. He has
presided and rendered final judgment
at hundreds of meets and still holds his
position. He i3 not a salaried man in
the wheeling ranks, being an amateur
with the machine, and in business a
banker and handler of real estate.
Facts About Health if f$
It is Easy to Kaep We!! If Ve
Know How
MA
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District Court.
In the Police Court yesterday, Ah
Nun was fined $100 and costs on the
charge of niaintaing a one fa game.
Chang Fook was fined $25 and coats
on the charge of gambling.
Johnny, alias Keahi, v as sentenced
to a term of imprisonment o? 30 days,
for assault and battery on Pilimina.
Session Laws Xos. 5, 6, 7 and 8 will
be published in the
weekly) this morning.
Gazette (semi-
IAIl,Y ADVERTISER, delivered by
carrier to any part of the city for 75 cents
a month.
THE EYEHT OF AN EVESTFOL YEAR
WILLISON'S
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WILL KEOPKN AT
FISH MARKET PLAZA,
Saturday, April 2, 1898
Under the auspi
bailers.
s of tie Rugby Foot-
Every person investing 25 cents in
tickets will receive a. coupon, and the
perosn having the largest number "of
coupons at the end of the Honolulu
season will be presented with a Hand
some Horse.
Popular Prices, 25c., 50c., and Re
served Chairs, $1.00, at Wall, Nichols
Co. '3.
One Ticket admits to all.
Crullers!
Gome of the Ccncitions Necessary
Peifecc Health.
The importance of maintaining ,?ood
health is easil; understood, and it is reallv ;
a ?imp!e matter if we take a correct view
of the conditions requires. In perfect
health the st .unaca p.vmptly digests food, ;
end thus j,r pr.res nourishment. The;'
biood is empioye-i lo carry Li.s nourish,
ment to the organs, ne-vfrSf muscles and i
tissues which need ii. The llrst rrcat I
essential for goo ', health, therefore, U !
pure, rich blood. Nov," it- U certainly a j
fact that no medicine has; such " j
A Record of Cures '
as Hood's Sar?aparilla. ! i3 literally true :
that there are hundred? of people uve
and well today who wauld have been m i
their grave? had They not taken Ileod's !
fjarsapaiiila. it is depended upon a? a
family medic ire i.nd general regulator of
the system by itns of tnousands of people.
This is because Hood's Sarsaparilla makes
the blood pure. This is the secret of its
great success. Keep your system in good
health by keepi - 7 yoar blood pure with
Hood's Sardp.triMa, which absolutely
cures when other medicines fail.
" I had pimple on my face and a large
boil on one Land. I began taking Hood's
SarsaparilLi and after using three bottles
I tvas cured." J. W. Johssox, 3 South
Brodorick St., San Francisco, Cal.
HOOCl'S fariHa
Isthe best-in fact the One True Blood PuriSer.
Sold by druggists. $1 ; ?ix for $.
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Mood's PiSI cure T'5ver 'asy to
k UUU 2 I li tite, easy to operate. -J6c-
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
Wholesale Agents.
TIMELY TOPICS
AND
Alarcb. 24,
VICTOR
SAFES.
1898.
Real Estate and Financial Agents,
Telecnone 678
314 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
We are ready to purchase Large Estates near Honolulu and Ililo, ami
Coffee Lands on Hawaii.
Loans placed and negotiated; Estates taken charge of and managed.
Choice Lots for sale at Kewalo, at Punahou and the growing City of Hlltf
on the installment plan. Houses built for Investors. No trouble to
property to intending purchasers.
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A walk through u ost
any section of this city
at night when all is still
will cause anyone to wel
der why more sickness
dees net exist. The ob
noxious orders from defec
tive sewerage and many
other causes ought to be
overcome and that at oace.
5 CENTS A GALLON.
Look after your cess
pools, water closets and
garbage barrels. They are
fever : producers. Keep
them free from offensive
odors.
It saves doctor's bills.
ODORLESS
(Fried Cakes, or Doughnuts)
FRESH EVERY DAY.
Much simpler anU more
convenient than Chloride
of Lime, Carbolic Acid
and many other disinfec
tants. Used in all the
prominent Hospitals and
Public Buildings through
out the United States.
PIIHE THE STUFF.
GREATEST VARIETY.
BEST GOODS.
LOWEST PRICES.
The German Bakery.
833 FORT ST.
TELEPHONE 677.
Sold In any
from 25 cents
Give It a trial.
quantity
upwards.
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Sole Agents.
WERE invented, p. euted and put
onto the market to supply an urgent
demand for a well bir'I.1, and at the
same time, medium priced safe.
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The manufacturers of this safe liave
made a careful study of the require
ments of the different sa 2S and classes
and as a result the VICTOR SAFE has
supplied tle vacancy.
Aside from the regular six sizes we
carry in stock, we can order any style
of safe required and have it divided to
suit the purchaser.
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In our office we are using o,ie of the
regular make, and for convenience it
cannot he touched hy any safe we have
ever seen.
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OR SAFES are made of the
is known to the trade and
only 5k md workmen are employed.
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Every part is made by the VICTOR
SAFE ac LOCK CO., from the raw ma
terial and are thoi'oughly tested before
and after construction.
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One of the best recommendations for
these bafes i's that other safe com
panies often use the VICTOR SAFE as
a criterion as being not only burglar,
but fire-proof.
V & V
We invite inspection.
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HolliStei" & Q0Jrtrs direct from Havana.
Hollister & Golcr CiKars lirect from tht
Kollister & Co.,,rp"en"a CiR3rs dirtct from ths
Hollister & Go""8
Tobaccos direct from th:
Hollister & 00JPChwl.-eTotaccosdlrectfr.mth.
JjQ2JjgjJj0 CO import-Snuf' irect from tne Factories.
HolliBfcer & Co.tar!2e!fc,ta,heFa'
HoIKsier & Oo.HavsHavan,,"--ManilaCiK:irsinBond-Holiistor
& Co.Arc tobacconists.
Hollister & Go.AreLo':ated lt-
of Fort & Merchant Sts.
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WHOOPING COUCiH, CROUP.
ASTHMA , CATARRH, COLDS.
CRESOLENE beinj; administered by inhalation,
fifives th safest an'i most effectual means of treat
insr the throat and bronchial tubes. Its efficiency ia
Whoopinj? Coun anaOroup is wonderful. Its anti
septic virtues render it invaluable in contagions
diseases, as Diphtheria, Scarlet Fever, etc. l-es-crip
ive booklec vith testimonials free. Sold bjr
druggists.
JO LUSTER DRUG CO., Honolulu, H. I., Igenis.
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Honolulu
hawaiian islands)
Prepared
CLEANSES AND PRESERVES
the Teeth and leaves them
White and Beautiful.
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Hardens the
Gums and Imparts
A DELICIOUS SWEETNESS '
TO TIIE BREATH.
Only By
ENSON, oMITH &
Co
LIMITED-
Great
Fire
The balance of the goods having
arrived on the Zealandia thev
will be offered at the fol
lowing Prices:
Brown Cotton, 3G inches wide, 23 wis.
for $1.00.
White Cotton, CO inches wide, 20 yds.
for $1.00.
i -Bleached Damask, 50c. a yd.
Prints. New Pattern. 20 yds. for $1.00. ! Whife Dimities. 20 yds. for $1.00.
Print Org-andies, New patterns, 10c. yd. i Victoria Iawns, 10 yds. in a piece, 3Kt. j Bleached Napkins, large, $1 doz.
Printed DimitiVs Vow PnrtArn vfk t n f FJ T.lN'RV PnhlpHohf-d Damask. SITECTIXGS. Brown Sheeting
Brown Sheetin:
O 4
j Bleached G-l, 18c.
10-4, i Brown
for $1 .00.
25c.
a yd.
ISc. per yd.; Bleached 10-4, 20c.
Sheeting 8-4,
Bleached S-4, ICc.
IGc.
14c.
3
per yd.?
Shi.ts, Collars. Cuffs,
Neckties and
UnJerclcthes at Half Price.
Gents' Furnishing Good
Ve have All the Latest Novelties
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Ready Made Mini
SUITS FROM S4.50
TROUSERS FROM S1.50 UP.
at One-Half what they cost elsewhere.
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