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TIIE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEKTISEK HONOLULU, JUNE 1C,
1S9S.
THE PACIFIC
Commercial Advertiser.
W. N. ARMSTRONG -
must hold their noses while these wor
shippers kneel Lefore them, and their
rank offences smell to the pagan
Heaven.
THURSDAY
JUNK 10.
A VICIOUS llKl'Oiir.
The Special Committee of the Hou.se
on ltoad Contracts and Public Works,
has made a report to the House in
which they charge the Superintendent
of Public Works with (1) negligence,
(2) wrongfully withholding moneys
due for labor done, (3) bad construc
tion of roads, favoritism in distri
bution or awards, incompetence in pre
liminary surveys, illegal seizure of
private property, (4) withholding
money from applications to legitimate
objects, (5) private banking with pub
lic moneys, (0) wronging contractors,
(7) prejudice and favortism, (8)
presenting an unsatisfactory and un
reliable report, (9) ignorance of the
class of work done by sub-contractors.
This report is signed by A. B.
Loebenstein, J. D. Paris, W. F. Pogue,
and Li. L. McCandless.
Representative Isenberg refused to
sign it because, he stated, the Superin
tendent had not had a fair hearing,
as we will show. It is a fact beyond
dispute that the Committee has been,
for some days, taking testimony, and
on one occasion, recently, called the
Superintendent before it and examined
him briefly.
At no time during this elaborate
examination, did the Committee
furnish the Superintendent with a
copy of the testimony against him,
or with a copy of any charges
against him. nor, did it even inti-
Imate to ,him that it would make
any charges against him.
'We do not discuss the merits of
these charges. The Superintendent is
not now on trial before the public,
but the Committee is on trial for
deliberately convicting a man, without
giving him a hearing. The Commit
tee has acted as prosecutor, judge, and
jury, and made its judgment without
charge, information or hearing. It has
made an effort to ruin a man's charac
ter, without permitting self defense.
What the true Anglo-Saxon, and
every righteous man insists on is fair
play and not foul play, that a man
shall not be convicted, as the Super
intendent has been in this report,
without definite charges and an open
hearing. The President of the Re
public is entitled to it. So is the small
boy who steals a banana. "Fair play"
is the ring of the Anglo-Saxon cur
rent coin in the exchanges between
man and man. It repudiates the
"shinplasters" of underhandedness,
treachery, and conviction without trial.
On the facts as Ave have stated them,
and which are true, the Committee,
excluding Representative Isenberg,
has cut the ham strings of its own
moral sense of right, if it ever had any,
and it wobbles and reels in the Legis
lative hall like a mutilated bullock.
It seems to display only the ignorance
of naked savages, and the vindictive
hatred of justice shown by the Span
iards. The sooner these members are
run out of the country, through
Dewey's lines into the Spanish lines
of the Philippines, the sooner they
will get nearer to their natural and
congenial home. They deny to the
Superintendent that, which if denied
to each of them, would make them
whine like whipped dogs.
For an outrage like this, there can
be no measured language. The Anglo
Saxon never measures words, when
he sees flagrant, deliberate, premedi
tated injustice, and want of fair play.
It offends his moral sense with the
smell of a thousand pole cats.
The monarchy did better than this.
For the monarchy had some excuse in
the racial ignorance of the natives of
the Anglo-Saxon way of doing things.
It is natural enough that Loebenstein
should father these charges. The man
who deliberately indicted the Presi
dent and his advisers with treason,
and failed to prove it, is naturally the
man to father them. -The father of
lies, in the course of nature becomes
the father of liars," and breeds these
uncanny brats. When Representative
Paris loses sight of the Kona donkeys,
he is like a mariner who loses sight of
the North Star, and of course goes
wrong. Representative McCandless
will never find "truth which lies at
the bottom of the well," without sink
ing his artesian well borer deeper than
he has yet done. As for Representa
tive Pogue he treats the Superinten
dent as if he were a Maui steer to be.
simply lassoed and butchered.
Herbert W. Uowen. late American
Consul at Barcelona, states that
several times before he left that place
mobs numbering as many as 5000 per
sons threatened to destroy the Con
sulate. The police however protected
him. He noticed that among the men
forming one mob, there were very
many persons in uress suits, lie says
also: "I want to say that this country
(the United States) hardly realizes how
during the last few weeks in practical
ways, as well as in expressions of
sympathy. But I think we shall soon
understand that she is our truest and
staunchest friend."
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M'KINLEY'S WAR PLAN.
NEW YORK, May 20. A special
from Washington says that President
McKinley and his advisers have agreed
upon the following war plan:
First Destruction of Spanish War
Fleet in Cuban waters, or any other
fleet Spain may send over to fight.
Second Invasion of Cuba and Porto
Rico, as soon as the way is made clear
for the safe transportation of Ameri
can troops to those islands.
Third The occupation of -pie Phil
ippines uy an army tnree times as
great as that first intended for that
service.
Fourth Adoption of offensive meas
ures in both Cuba and Porto Rico, and
unrelenting prosecution of the War un
til tne bpanisn uovernment lias re
called its Army forces, or American
troops destroyed them.
Fifth Ending of the War before the
end of summer.
To every purchaser of a 30 cent box,
containing three cakes of EGG WHITE
SOAP, we will give free a beuatiful
picture worth twice the price of the
soap.
WHITE
Nothing else like it. Makes the skin
white and as smooth as velvet. Equal
to any 25 cent soap on the market.
Single Cake for 10 cents.
OF
Perfumed with
French Flowers.
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delicate odor from
Leaves a sweet re
fined odor made from the sweetest ma-"
terials obtainable. The grandest soap
for the toilet and complexion.
High School Concert,
Friday, June 17, 1898.
Overture-
PROGRAMME:
PART I.
-Enchantment . . . Hermann
Orchestra.
Tableau Salute of the Leis
Forty Young Ladies.
Piano Solo The Last Rose of Sum
mer Sydney Smith
Miss A. Gertz.
Chorus The Dawn of Day..S. Reay
High School.
Mandolin Solo La Paloma. . . Yradier
Mr. Ernest Kaai.
Illustrated Poem The Lotus Eaters
Tennyson
Misses Rice, Girvin and Stewart.
Chorus Song of the Vikings. .Fanin
High School.
PART H.
Overture Princa Charming
Eilenber;
Orchestra.
Chorus The Heavens are Telling..
Haydn
High School.
Violin Solo Souvenir De Posen..
Wieniawski
Dr. Ormond E. Wall.
Reading Mice at Play Niel Forest
Miss Louise Boardman.
Mandolin Duet Belle of Cleveland
Valse Tipaldi
Messrs. Kaai and Marques.
Illustrated Poem Romance of the
Ganges Mrs. Browning
Seven Young Ladies.
Chorus Good Night, Farewell. .Leslie
School.
Those using EGG WHITE SOAP will
not suffer from chapped face or hands.
SAMPLE Cake given free on appli
cation. Come early as the supply of
handsome pictures is limited.
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS.
We have still a few left of
our
Alaska
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CHESTS.
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GLANCE AT THE WINDOY
When passing the store. Af
ter an examination you will
agree that the display of
DIAMOND RINGS
SOUVENIR JEWELRY,
(Native)
Is as handsome as any in
town.
KANDSOME PEARL NECKLACE.
IART
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FORT ST.
JEWELER.
Auction Sale
OF
High
Tickets may he had from the ladies
of the Red Cross Society, from the
pupils of the school and from Benson,
Smith & Co. These tickets may be
exchanged at the Wall, Nichols store
for reserved seat tickets.
AUCTION SALE
OF
Ladies' : Underwear!
On Friday, June 17tli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesrooms, Queen street, I -will
sell at public auction, the Bankrupt
Stock of Leong Kong Kee, comprising
INDIES' UNDERWEAR.
WHITE AND BROWN COTTONS.
INSERTIONS, LACES. MOSQUITO
NETS, Etc., Etc.
25
Jas. F. Morgan,
AUCTIONEER.
On Saturday, June 18t!i,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the Stable of Jas.. I. Dowsett, Queen
Street, I "will sell at public
auction about
HEAD OF HORSES, MARES
AND COLTS.
Jas. F. Morgan,
AUCTIONEER.
Robert Lewers. F. J. Lowrey. C. II. Cooke
LEWERS & COOKE.
Importers and Dealers in Lumber and
Building Materials. Office,
414 Fort St.
Merchant . Tailor.
623Va Fort St., Opp. Club Stables.
FINE SUITS TO ORDER AT REA
SONABLE RATES.
Suits cleaned and repaired. Satis
faction guaranteed.
The sales of these have
fully borne out our assertion
that the ALASKA is unsur
passed. Our Ice Boxes are
equally good and amongst
these we have some only
large enough to hold the ice
and some bottles of soda
water, and one in particular
that can hold 25-0 pounds of
ice and then have room left
for enough provisions to feed
a squad of the Boys in Blue.
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LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS,
Silks, Laces,
Lawns and Organdies,
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OF CANADA.
Summary of tiie Annual Report for 1337:
New Life Applications re
ceived during 1897... $16,292,754.92
Increase over 1896... J. 5,1S2,462.73
Cash Income for year end
ing 31st Dec, 1S97... 2,238,891.74
Increase over 1896 352,636.71
Assests at 31st December,
1897 7,322,371.41
Increase over 1S96 934.22G.7S
Reserve for Security of
Policyholders 6,856,752.98
(According to 11m. Four per cent. Table.)
Increase over 1896 924,552.50
Surplus over all Liabili
ties, except Capital... 314,220.13
(According to ITm. Four per cent. Table.)
Surplus over all Liabili
ties and Capital Stock 583,271.98
(According: o Canadian Govt. Standard,
11m. 4J2 per cent.)
Surplus over all Liabili
ties, except Capital.. 688,272.00
(According to Canadian Govt. Standard,
4l3 per cent.)
Claims Paid during 1897.. 463,674.37
Bishop & Co., Bankers,
AGENTS.
HONOLULU, H. I.
J. II. PORTEOUS, Inspector.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Stoam Engines,
BOILERS, SUGAR MILLS, COOLERS,
BRASS AND LEAD CASTINGS,
And machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention
paid to ship's blacksmithing. Job
work executed on the shortest notice.
1 vtr WUstJfj'iiJ&isxjestsjc
WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP,
ASTHMA, CATARRH, COLDS.
CRESOLENE beinft- administered by inh.ilatior?.,
gives th safest nnd most effectual mcar.s t treat -inK
the throat and bronchial tubes. Its efficiency ix
Whooping Cough anuOroup is wrndcrful. It s anti
spptic virtues render it invaJ'table in c?nta iot
diseases, as Diphtheria, Scarlet Fev-r, etc.
criptive booklet with testimonials free, iioll bi
druggists.
KCLLISTEn DRUG GO., Hea3!a!a, !., lvXi,.
Buttermilk
Soap
Has gained a larger measure of popularity to the
years it. has been on the
market than any other soap
made.
It is the Highest Stand
ard of Quality in every de
tail and particular.
You cannot be too cau
tious about the quality of
soap used on your face or
hands. Many of the so
called "Durity" face soaps
are nothing more than a mixture of harmful ingredient
put up in an attractive wrapper to sell at sight.
BUTTERMILK
TOILET SOAP
Over 1,000,000 Ladies who
have usel it pronounce it
the Best Soap in the World
For the Complexion.
Excels any 25c. Soap. Ask
your dealer tor it. r'iU sic
sample, 12 ceuts. lie-ware
of imitations.
Cosmo Buttermilk Sczp Co.
64 Aoams Strut. Chicago.
Benson, Smith &
Co
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trying to prove that he is right.
The lav,' restoring the old heathen
temples has passed just in time. They
will bo the only fit places for these
white heathen to enter, and in their
moral darkness, "how down to wood j
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