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gHE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER : HONOLULU, AUGUST '27, 1899.
i -A J f I 1 . -. "V .i . 1 ! ..I T I Fortunes are 1 Accumulated rat - v !:? j r- ,r & v 5: t : iU-i'f !-,'.f t .'! v.v i m m is) m P not so much from earnings as from savings. Remember this when you are about to order of your tailor a suit of clothes, which of the same material and tailored-to-fit by the STEIN-BLOCH CO. would cost you but one-half the money. See what your tailor has if you like, but before plac ing your order come to us and see what we have in the way of clothing, made by the Stein Bloch Co., wholesale tailors, whose sole agents we are here. M. HcINERNY. Clothier. Merchant and Fort Sts. mere h Plumbers ml Piute. OUR SPECIALTY IS Sanitary PI There's as much difference between plumbing and SANI TARY PLUMBING as there is between daylight and dark ness. Anyone can put a lot of pipes together and run them off anywhere, but wTith Honolulu's surface sewerage the essential point is to have the plumbing done in a way that makes the Sanitary conditions perfect. JOHN NOTT 75-79 KING ST. TELs NO. 31 ROBER T HTTP o N ngmeer c 01 Machinery. 212 QUEEN ST. - HONOLULU. CATTON. Ill & H 8 Bj nd Machinists. 213 Queen St., bet. Alakea and Richards Sts., Enuolaln. invito Enquiries for General Ironwork; Iron and Brass Cast ings. Ships' Blacksmiths. Cemetery Railings and Crestings Made to Order: Samples on Hand. REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. TEL. 410. SPEAK ON MAU Commissioners did much to clear their minds. S: 30 to The 10:S0 meeting a. ra. continued from Commissioners SMii Accesses to the People. While on their wav to Makawao the made a short ft ay at After lunch at Hon. H. NATIVES HOY SHOW INTEREST Attend Meetings and Ask Ques tionsAre Told That Old Glory is at Masth-ad to Stay. Conimlc.'ioners Fpreekei.sville. P. fhlilwin's Haiku, they were driven to the Pa: a church. igi Waialiiii Plantation. B. t Dillingham announces that the Waialua plantation, which has been talked of for several years and more especially within the past three months, is now assured. As stated in mis paper recently, However, it wui be some time before the deal is closed up and operations inaugurated. The report that V. J. Lowrie, of Ewa, Is to be manager of Waialua, is regarded as premature. Mr. Lowrie is at present abroad. In the new enterprise will be included Halstead's present plantation, the Gaspar Sylva ranch, the Gay and other lands. Mr. Dillingham, Castle & Cooke and McCandless Bros, will be large holders of stock. The capital is to be three millions and a half, with the first call for two millions of the money. BEAR THIS Hi MIKD. For (Special Correspondence). MAUI, Aug. 25. One of the most memorable meetings ever held on Maui was that of Tuesday afternoon, the 23d, in Paia Foreign Church, called for the purpose of greeting President McKin- ley's Commissioners to Hawaii. Residents of Makawao of all nation alities (the native Hawaiian predomin ating) coming from all parts of the district, completely iiiied the large auditorium. The platform, upon which were seated Commissioners Hitt, Cullom and Frear, Attorney Ceneral W. O. Smith, Judge Kalua, Hon. H. P. Baldwin and Dr. E. G. Beckwith, was adorned with palms and other potted plants, a beau t i f n 1 American flag completely conceal ing the pulpit. It was about 3:30 p. m. when Sena tor Baldwin, who acted as presiding officer, introduced Commissioner Cul lom, whose careful and thoughtful de livery made a fine impression. Among many things, he stated that the an nexation of Hawaii to the United states was not a war measure, but a change made after long and thorough consideration and was a permanent one. The Commission was to seek the greatest good for every section cf the United States to the prejudice of none congressman nut s oratory was more in a humorous vien. He also emphasized the permanency of annex ation, declaring that the great nation of the United States perhaps the greatest on earth would rather spend a billion dollars and fit out a thousand warships than lose the tiniest frag ment of territory. He congratulated the people of Hawaii upon annexation, for the government of a small, petty nation was always liable to many changes and revolutions, but that of a mighty nation, like the United States, never changes. 'The purpose of the Commission was to arrange a govern ment here which should be in harmony with the whole nation of which the Hawaiian Islands were now a part. For that reason the Commissioners were a constant interrogation point, seeking information from all sources Judge Frear, after complimenting Makawao people, requested that since the great people of the United States were willing to do so much for the Ha waiian people, they should do their part and should meet them half way. Judge J. W. Kalua spoke in Hawaii an in a most dramatic manner. He said that if any one in the audience still had any doubts or questions to ask they should express them now or forever hold their peace. He pointed to the band on his hat, bearing the Hawaiian colors and the legend in Hawaiian "The Flag I "Love," and de clared that there was not time enough to tell of his deep affection for the old flag, but these stars (grasping the American colors which draped the pulpit) like those which look down from Heaven, "will guard and protect us from ali dangers whatsoever." Judge Kahia's eloquence was much ap plauded, as were also the speeches of the three commissioners. Dr. E. G. Beckwith voiced the senti ments of Maui people when he said, after looking upon the faces of Sena tor Cullom and Representative Hitt, that he was satisfied that they would arrange the best government possible for the Islands. He also compared the annexation of Hawaii to the United States to the placing of a feather in the helmet of the American Goddess of Liberty. Senator Cullom moved that a vote of thanks be extended to Attorney Gen eral Smith for his services as inter preter and for his invaluable services to the Commissioners upon their tour. The motion received unanimous assent, as did also one put by Dr. Beckwith that thanks be extended to Pres McKinley for sending such fine missioners to Hawaii. Mr. Ge Beckwith amended the motion by ad ding "in sending old men instead of young ones." While Mr. Beckwith 1HU KSlJAl , bhl'l. 1. It Will Save You Many a Dollar and a Lot of Trouble. After trying remedies that helped you. When you have tried "cures" that didnrt. When you are completely stuck and in despair. When your poor back still aches. Because you don't set down to causes. Try Doan's Backache Kidney Pills The unexpected always happens. 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Price 50 cents, or will be mailed bv Hollister & Co., Ltd., Hono lulu, general agents for the Islands Remember the name Doan's and take no substitute. THIS DAY. Auction Sal AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. At my sales room, Queen will sell at Public Auction: street. I FANCY CROCKERY, PALMS, DRY GOODS, DLLS. CALA. SALMON. ETC., ETC., ETC. 5009 Jas. F. Morgan. AUCTIONEER. Tib a ffr rfS TP Ycur heart beats over one hundred thou san I times each day. One hundred thousand sur-jtlio.s of good or bad Lleod to your brain. Which is it ? If bad, impure Hood, then your brain achef. Voa are troubled w ith drowsiness yet cannot sleep; you are as'tired in the morning as at night; you have no nerve power; your food doos not .seem to do you much good. Stimulants, tonics, headache powders, can not cure you: but Jxl & IZL at. 5 Sarsaparilla will. It makes the liver, kidneys, skin and bowels perform their proper work. It re moves all impurities from the blood. And it makes the blood rich in its life-giving properties. For biliousness take Aver'? Pit t TJiow proniptlv relieve and surely cure. Take them with Ayer's Sarsaj'arilla: oiie aids the other. o HOLLISTER DRUG CO., Agents. ahu College TELEPHONE Has been out of repair for over a week and cannot De used. This explanation is due the public. Respectfully, F. A. HOSfilER. Aug. 24, 1898. BMMC ilit ID I t M CM HAVING Secured the of the . . . . services Talented Australian Artist Mr. Frank McCoraas We take pleasure la announcing our ability to execute in a highly artistic manner any commissions wo may re ceive, where the skill of an original designer and a clever artist aro com bined. Cartoons, Art Posters, Memorial and Testimonial Illuminated Work, De signs for Letter Heads, CoaU o Arms, Labels, Bill Heads, Music or Book Cov ers, Hand Written Cards, etc. Landscapes or special character pic tures in Water Color or Oils. In fact anything in tho line of highly artistic designing or pictorial work, wo arc now prepared to do. For a limited time only. KM 110 HOTEL ST. mmmi 1 i WE HAVE MOVED Our Stock of Sultlng3 and GcnU Furnishings to the Lincoln Block, King street, nearly opposite California Fruit Market. The same low prices with first class workmanship will continue. Wo are better situated than ever. Russian Linen Crash suits, complete for $12.50 per Euit ; . r ,2. Medeiros tk Decker, Lincoln Block. King: Street. lew Goods, such as 1 Fish, Smoked Bloaters, Halibut and Herrings, New Crop Potatoes, Turnips and Onions. Dates and Figs. Edam Limburger and Pine Applo Checje, Metwurst Sausage. All kinds of Breakfast Mush. New Assortment of Can Table Fruits, Jellies, Jams, Etc., Etc. Auction Sale -OF- f P M ffl P. J. YOELLER & CO. Fort & notel Sts. Mantel Clocks, Alarm Clocks, Hanging Clocks, Gold and Silver Watches, Gold and Silver Jewelry, SILVERWARE. SPECTACLES. iKwitn H llOOSEBOLD FCI1NIT0KE 5 Al GROCERY STORE. Long Lease. Pay $250 per month net. A FEW CHOICE LOTS on King Street. A UOOQ investment. ir AII WAWT to rent your house or IF IvU VV i-m I other property, See ALLEN, DAVIS & B1YEWS. TELEPHONE 2G4. - - - COR. FORT AND QUEEN STS. sioner Hitt pointed vigorously to Sena tor Cullom. The meeting adjourned after singing the first and last stanzas of "Amer ica. At 5 p. m. the commissioners and party took a special train from Paia to Kahului, where the steamer Claudine waited to bear them to Hawaii the ime evening. Many deep regrets were expressed at the absence of Senator Morgan, who was detained at Judge Kalua's resi dence during the whole dav on account of sickness. During the morning, after an elab orate breakfast at Judge Kalua's, Wai- luku, the Commissioners, excepting Senator Morgan, met Wailukti citizens in their court house. It was the larg est non-partisan assemblage in five years tne court house overflowing to the sidewalk. Senator A. N. Kepoikai acted as chairman and the three Com missioners, Judge Kalua and W. B. Ke anu made speeches. Some of the Ha- waiians present expressed doubts as to the permanency of annexation to the United States, but the remarks of the AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. At the residence of Mrs. Coon, Emma street, on account of departure, I will sell at Public Auction the entire house hold furniture, comprising: PARLOR CHAIRS, OIL PAINT INGS, M. T. TABLES, UPRIGHT BOARD PIANO, B. W. SIDEBOARDS, B. W. BEDROOM SETS, OAK BED ROOM SETS, OAK CHIFFONIER, B. W. WARDROBE, CABINET GASO LINE STOVE, CASE OF SEWING MACHINE EXTRAS, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. FOR HATCHING. From the following PURE-bllEL Fowls of the choicest strains at. mi Punahou Poultry Yards, viz: Bui Leghorns, Brown Leghorns, Wfclt Leghorns, Black MInorcaa, Andalnsl an. Barred Plymouth Rocks. Wtslh dottes and English S. G. Borklnjgi Perkin Ducks and Bronze Turkey. Prices furnished upon application Favor3 from the other Islands will r celve prompt and carefula ttentlon. A few choice Fowls for sale. WALTER C. WEEDON, 314 Fort St., Honolwla Manufacturing and repairing nromot- ly done. Repairing fine and complicat ed Watches a specialty. M. R. COUNTER. 507 Fort St. nun' GUIDE THROUGH HAWAII. PRICE, 60c. BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. Fine collection on FERNS, BEGONIAS id PALMS. mo Jas. F. Morgan, AUCTIONEER. immm it - . FOR SALE BY ALL NEWSDEALERS Hens and Geese. JUST ARRIVED, FANCY LAYING Hens, also nice young Geese. Parties wanting any, call at once. CALIFORNIA FEED CO., LTD. 5006 LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN. v - FROM SYLVANO'S PASTURE, back of Kamehameha school. i A red Heifer, branded j. Finder please give particulars to A. W. Seabury, at the Hawaiian Electric Co. and receive suitable reward. 6007