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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY 11, 1S9&
THE PACIFIC
Commercial Advertiser.
W. N. ARMSTRONG EDITOR.
WEDNESDAY : : : : MAY 11.
tup: house kiix Aims."
Some members of the House on Mon
day enjoyed a scrapple for a few mo
menta, owing to what they agreed, aft
er they had hunted up and got back
their lost tempers, was a little mis
understanding." Representative Rob
ertson intimated in the debate on the
Income Tax bill, that moneyed inter
ests were at work endeavoring to de
feat it. This at once brought the sen
sitive Loebenstein to his feet. He felt
that the House was a young girl whose
reputation must not be trifled with.
The intimation that boodle fluid could
find its way into the water-tight com- '
partments of Legislative virtue, de
manded, in his opinion, the severest
rebuke. Mr. Robertson's remarks, he
"believed, were mud halls, thrown on
the chaste and spotless white robes of
the House's character. He at once
made remarks that indicated that he
would like to have the Speaker order a
tub of boiling oil into the House, and
direct the Sargeant-at-Arms to souse
Mr. Robertson into it before the mem
bers. Mr. Loebenstein is the same person
who, a few weeks ago, as a member of
the House, charged President Dole and
the Government with violating the
Constitution and laws. At the time' it
was supposed by some that he was
merely playful, and his accusations of
treason were only the fiery little jets of
a temperament that had been fed on
the hot lavas of Kilauea. But it seems
that the honorable member had been
reading Mark Twain's Joan of Arc, and
he felt that a male of that persuasion
was a "long felt want" in these parts,
as a check upon the perfidious Govern
ment. So he offered to represent that
.heroic character, and did so until the
House got tired of his heroics.
It is rather amusing to see a man
who without offering a particle of
proof, charged the Executive with in-
ratnmicj crimes, suddenly becoming
frantic, when a fellow member ob
scurely intimates that the rich men
t ioori n mtlfi basket full of
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nickels somewhere on the Legislative
nremises, just as crackers and cheese
are placed in convenient places in the
saloons, and the members are request
ed to help themselves.
The Speaker of the House was in
error, when he failed to order the
Sargeant-at-Arms to throw five pounds
of Scotch snuff into the air, and set the
belligerent members to sneezing. A
man who is sneezing usual lets go his
hold, and doesn't look statesmanlike or
pretty.
But the Attorney General came in
with a tank of oil, and let it loose on
the raging legislative pond. There was
a srreat calm.
It is a matter of regret that all this
was not done by appointment, and the
school children invited to see the cir
Tot fhpm see. once in a while,
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the statesmen flying at each other.
It is the anniversary of the death of
one whose soul was so large that he
labored for eternity. While others
sought and were pleased with immedi
ate results, he looked to the distant
good, and asked for no immediate re
turn. He sowed the seeds of the cen
tury. plants that would make the earth
beautiful with blossoms a hundred
years after his death. His purpose was
clear and fixed.
The sun set; but set not his hope:
Stars rose; his faith was earlier up.
WAR TAXES.
While the American people are al
most jubilant, as well they may be, in
the cause of a war for humanity, some
of the sober kind are asking how shall
the war bills be met.
The vast proportions of the great
Civil war put immediate taxation for
n entirely out of the question. It was
justly felt, that the generation that
trove ud its blood and time to tne caube,
had the right to call on prosterity to
take some of the burden. When tne
war expenses reached over $3,000,000
r rtav. the burden of paying me m
terest on that amount was enough for
fhe fichting generation to bear.
But the sentiment prevailing now in
the States is, that the Cuban case calls
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doubt it will be largely practiced. Tem
porary loans may be resorted to, but
the temperament of the people is to
avoid debt.
Unless the war terminates speedily,
the expenses of prosecuting it may
reach half a million per day. In re
ferring to the daily expenses of the
great Civil war, the cost of it was esti
mated in paper money, which forced
gold to an enormous premium. It is
evidently not the intention of the Gov
ernment to let gold go to any premium.
While the silvermen, in Congress are
patriotic and heartily agree in the war
policy, there are symptoms of their in
tention to push the sliver question to
the front, if there is need of issuing
bonds. Their strength is probably
sufficient to make the bonds payable in
silver, or give notice to the world that
there will be doubt about the coin in
which the interest and principal will
be paid.
To avoid any issue of this kind, the
President, and the gold men, will press
the scheme of sufficient taxation, with
the power to issue temporary bonds.
Congress desired several months ago
to tax beer, but the beer interest called
a halt, and it was not done. Mr. Ding
ley returns to the beer tax, now, and
he will find the country behind him, in
passing the necessary laws. We shall
then see the war power of the saloon.
Whenever a man drinks a glass of
beer, he can say: "Thank God, 1 have
dropped a penny into the slot of the
war chest."
IX 3IEM0RIAM.
The Japan Mail intimates that if the
United States naval torces are com
pelled to remain in the Far Eastern
waters, they must secure a coaling sta
tion. They will have to secure one
from China, and it is believed, it can
ie obtained.
In the Supreme Court.
A couple of unanimous decisions
were filed by the Supreme Court yes-
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terday. One case trom lino is
thrown out of Court. The ruling is
practically that the matter was
brought up by mistake. The tribunal
holds that it has no jurisdiction. It is
a small equity matter, with Hitchcock
and Wise and Colonel Little as attorneys.
Peacock & Co. Ltd., lose their case
against the Government on a claim for
rebate from the Custom House. The
statute of limitation is made to apply
to the benefit of the defendant. The
limitation period was changed after
the claim originated, bid: the Court
holds that the Government and the
Government only could have advan
tage of such a claim.
Manv old soldiers now feel the ef
fects of the hard service they endured
during the war. Mr. Geo. S. Anderson,
of Rossville, York county, Penn., who
saw the hardest kind of service at tne
front, is now frequently troubled with
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rheumatism. "I had a severe aiLiacK
ately," he says, "and procured a bottle
of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It did
so much good that I would like to
know what you would charge me for
one uozen Doiues. mi. nuucisyu
wanted it both for his own use and to
supply it to his friends and neighbors,
as every family should have a bottle
of it in their home, not onlv far rheu
matism, but lame back, spains, swell
ings, cuts, bruises and burns, for
which it is unequaled. For sale by all
Druggests and Dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Ltd., wholesale Agents for H. I.
GIVE YOURSELF WEIGHT.
Don't give yourself away by accept
ing any of the inferior brands of beer.
Be onto yourself and Insist on getting
"Rainier" and you will be looked upon
as being Intelligent and up-to-date,
especially if you patronize the Favor
ite Saloon.
W. M. Cunningham, Proprieor of
this well-known resort, has been In
the business for many years, and Is a
connoisseur in liquors. His establish
ment Is always orderly, and, with the
services of his assistant, Mr. Thomp
son, customers are promptly supplied.
Illffll Pill CO.
Subscription lists for the
increased stock in this Com
pany are now open at my
office.
Jas. F. Morgan.
Auction Sale
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Residence on Emma St.
THE VLXGVK IN HONGKONG.
During One Week There were
100 Cases and S7 Deaths.
The total number of plague cases in
Hongkong reported from the com
mencement of the year to April 15th
was 417, and the total number of
deaths 3C3.
During the week ending 9th April,
there were 106 cases of plague reported
and 87 deaths, of which 21 cases and
17 deaths occurred during the previous
24 hours. The Board has now seven
gangs at work in the city carrying
out house to house cleansing, in con
sequence of the increase in the num
ber of cases of the disease.
On April 14 a meeting of the Sani
tary Board was held to consider reg
ulations. From the reports maae to
the Board it was discovered that often
the bodies of plague victims were
found in the streets. The day on
which the meeting was held eight bod
ies had been found. The Board pass
ed a resolution, at the suggestion of
the president recommending the Gov
ernment to allow them to cremate tne
jodies thrown out surreptitiously.
AND
Poweifii
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A walK through most
any section of this city
at night when all is still
will cause anyone to won
der why more sickness
does not exist. The ol
noxious orders from defec
tive sewerage and many
other causes ought to be
overcome and that at once
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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.
OH! IB
On Saturday, May 21st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, Queen street, I wil
sell at Public Auction the residence of
Mrs. C. F. Bush on Emma street below
the Royal School property and adjoin
ing the residence of Jas. Campbell, Esq.
The property has a frontage of 101
feet on Emma street and is from 178
to 200 feet deep.
There is a commodious dwelling
house on the property, containing par
lor, dining room, 7 bedrooms, pantry,
etc.
There are also two cottages, contain
ing 2 rooms each.
An excellent opportunity to purchase
a residence close to town.
For further particulars apply to
Jas. F. Morgran,
AUCTIONEER.
Much simpler and 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.
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Sold in any
from 25 cents
Give It a trial.
quantity
upwards
We Know
By Experience
Wise men use the experience of others
and make it their own.
Those who have taken Hood's Sarsapa-
rilla are the ones who are competent to
speak of its merits.
Thousands of these people say Hood's
Sarsaparilla has cured them.
The testimonials of cures by Hood's
constitute a vast mass of testimony which
proves the power of this medicine to cure
a great variety of diseases.
These cures often seem marvelous, yet
they are perfectly natural and are easily
explained. They are the necessary result
of purifying and enriching the blood.
Pure blood is the foundation of health.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is the One True Blood
Purifier and cures disease by purifying
and enriching the blood.
It possesses peculiar curative power,
that is, it cures when other medicines
cannot cure, because it is peculiar in com
bination, proportion and process.
That is all there is to be explained about
the cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla.
If you have faithfully tried Hood's Sar
saparilla you know how it is yourself; if
you have not tried it, why not do so today?
" I have been troubled with scrofula all
my life, and it affected my eyes so that I
wa3 obliged to remain in a dark room. I
began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. Now
my eyes are so strong that the light nevei
troubles me, and my health is good."
Mrs. Carrie Weeks, Lompoc, Cal.
KJOOCS'S partita
Is the One True Blood Purifier. Sold by
all druggists; fl per bottle; six for f5.
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HOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
Wholesale Agents.
TIMELY TOPICS
May 9, 1898.
Last week we drew youf
attention to the good quali
ties of the
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but did not mention the fact
that although the Aermotor
will
PUMP MORE WATER
than any other mill, even
with a poor pump, still it
will not do its best work
unless attached to a good
pump.
We keep in stock, to go
with our 16 -foot geared
mills, the
Gould
Triple Action
Pump
which will furnish from 8
to 10,000 gallons per hour.
For our smaller mills we
have a pump which is man
ufactured by the Aermotor
Co. itself and is the very
thing for those who want a
pump that is cheap and at
the same time is the best of
its kind.
You cannot make a mis
take when you invest in an
Aermotor. They pay for
themselves in no time.
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reach of every woman. All that is needeC
to make the completion faultless is Mails
Cream.
Iiemoves every facial blemish, takes
away redness ana oiliness, preserves and
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