Newspaper Page Text
HK PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVKKT1SKIC. HONOLni.f MARCH. 1 i00. o S Q 'OtOfOfOtOK3OfO-KfOKKH04 C o 5 The best at the lowest price at HOPP'S. WE want to boom our business NOW and that's why we want to remind you that we carry the handsomest as well as the cheapest line of I Parlor and Bedroom Furniture. Also the Styles of latest Eastern D1NGR00M CHA1KS WELL OF AMERICAN MANUFACTURE. We have a complete stock of MIRRORS Of Various Sizes, from the cheapest to the best. We Make a Specialty of ir fTAim o, n a s.l norr Sittu Leading Fornitare Dealers, KIMC & BETHEL STS. O 4O4OKKH0004OO40OO0 Castle & Cooke, LIMITED. LIFE and FIRE AGENTS FOR Ceo EDQlond MqiuqI Llle losuroncecc OF BOSTON. fi Hie nine Cusi OF HARTFORD. Ladies' Shoe 'Boxes IN FANCY CORDUROY. Box Couches, LATEST PATTERNS. LIMITED. Masonic Temple, Alaea St., Honolulu. FOR THE HOLIDAYS. New Importation of SILK GOODS, in the piece, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, SILK SHAWLS, DECORATED FLOWER POTS, NEW PORCELAIN CUPS AND SAUCERS, TEA AND DINNER SETS, CARVED IVORY. RATTAN CHAIRS, CARVED SANDALWOOD BOXES. THESE GOODS ARE THE HANDSOM EST IN ALL HONOLULU. WING WO CHAN & CO. 210-212 Nuuanu Street. MUM SOdO Oilier VOrkS CO. -LIMITED. Esplanade, Cor. AUca tad Fort BUu 3TOLX.T12TER ft CO.. - - JLQENTB. Mmmil CARRIAGE MFG. CO., Hi 121 Queen Street. CARRIAGE AND WAGON BUILDER! ttUBBER TIRES AND ROLLDH BEARING AXLES. WILS05 & WHITEHODSE, Cole Lleemees Hawaiian Lxlan. lZL Qcsea Street S AS Repairs id lit ring fim-i i en niie Co. $250 CASH. Balance, Easy Terms. 4 Lots left on Beretania St. 3 Lots left on King St. IN - l n Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer. Fort and Merchant Sts. The Washington Light. ItEI.IAIUT: , HKII.L,IANT CANNOT KXIM.OIII2 , . cannot jilow out NO ODOIt . DOCS NOT FMCKKIt Consumes nothing but Kerosene .Oil. The . Cheapest and . Safest Light known. Unsurpassed for IJalls, Lanais, Ma chine Shops, Plantations and Docks. See Lamps now on exhibition and get details. We are prepared to illuminate Pri- ate Grounds, Lanais and Halls for En tertainments oa 24 hours" notice. Open evenings till 8 o'clock. H. N. ALMY, Hanager. Mascnic Temple, Alakea St. Is never enJed. From the crdl to the grave fcrain ineeood tooksand A r Mrs. Nkttik 1Iarbj)n's latest tortrait complexion are ic ronflict -with their mortal foes sickness, over work, trouble and age. Beauty's greatest pro tective weapon is LOLA MONTEZ CREME The great skin food and tissue builder. Kradi- :ates wrinkles ana imparts neaun ana soilness to the face. 75c jar lasts 3 months. " , 4 DAY HAIR RESTORER is just -what its name implies. Gives back to grrey or faded hair its natural color in 4 days with out any inconvenience or disagreeaDie euecis Not a dye. Price i xx. FACE BLEACH REMOVES FRECKLES, tan, sunbarn. moth patches, sallowness and every "ltscoloration ot the Bkin. renuerinfj ciear as ix was in baby days. Guaranteed harmless. Price fi.oo. Consultation by mail solicited. Corres pondence strictly confidential. MRS. NETTIE HARRISON DERMATOLOGIST 40-42 Geary St., San Francisco, CaL Orpheum Cafe Above Op-phecm Tueatbe. Fort St. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Meals Served at All Hours. REGUIjAH From 12 Till 2 o'clock. 25c 25G FAMILY DINING ROOM IN CONNEC TION. TABLES RESERVED FOR LADIES. WHITE LABOR EXCLUSIVELY. m Blum 'III ii I T 1 V.U - k I" 111 f. 1 II JJ 1 J WW X 11 1 hi ll IMI I .k. uu u u uu C. L. COW, Manager, A GOOD SOLDIER Some of tie Qialificaticcs are Enumerated. H0MELY AHD S,MPLE DUIES An Anecdote In Point-Some Histo rical f-'acts Importance of Training. (Army and Navy Journal.) An. orncer oT a militia regiment tell. the etory of his experience -wail In camp in front of Santiago, Cuba. He was a Southerner by birth. and a young man, whose ample fortune hat! saved him from the necessity of taking' thoug-ht for himself. Ho couM not make a lire nor could any of his men. and so they went hungry In the midst of plenty. In the neighboring camp. occupied by a company of Uncle Sara's Buffalo so.diers, tho Indiana call the COloretl troops, rose thO ChcorlnClIt flames of innumerable camp firt-3 and from them ctme the grateful Incense of frying bacon and boiling coffee, Srat-war lowing his pride, for he had nothing else to swallow, this Southerner war- rtor venturel to go Into tho negro I camp and ask if he might have the privilege of frying his bacon and boll Lng his coffee at their fire. "Sartaln. honey," said a hospitable negro, "sit right down and help yourself. After what was to a hungry man a most delicious repast the "white sol- dier was vfllled with that sense of peace I and Hharity toward all men which fol- I lows a ood meal. "Talk of messins witli a nesro." he said al.erwanls, telling the story, "I would not only eat wlth him, but I could sleep with him. He Is more than a frdend; ne is a brother." It is tnis capacity to care for him self, and to make the lest of adverse conditions, that forms one of the most essential qualifications of the good soldier. The question of victory Is not merely one of flffhtlni?. but of prepar ation for the encounter, of man'hln? and counter-marching. The soldier's life is a monotonous round of tiresome duties enlivened at rare intervals by dangerous episodes. A battle Is an or casional interlude "in the Ions round of digging, marching, bridge building bJ: oad making, escorting mule mounting guard, dragging wag ons through the mud. and loading or unloading stores." No previous train ing can give a man the cxp?rlenr-e of battle, but it can do very much to fit him to acquit himself with cmllt when the tay of battle comes. Daring the last summer our Army lost more lives in camp and suffered more from disease than they did from the bullets of the enemy In a sharp campaign. Even wi:h the wisest of manage ment, the conditions were such in Cuba that the spread of disease was so rapid after the surrender of Santi ago that the Spaniards could, as an olllcer of the Regular Army said, have driven our Army away with sticks If rhey hail only waited. Such is the controlling influence of the conditions that are wholly apart from the mere fighting. xcellcnt service was rendered in our la-st war, as it has leen In previous wars, by young men who had no su:Tl- cicnt military training, oui w.io nai aptitude, anil quickly learned to adapt themselves to their new conditions. But they -will themselves testify that they found much to learn, and that they could have serve! with even greater credit If they had received be fore entering upon active duty the pre liminary instruction that they found the need of when it was too late. Experience has shown that any mili tary system which Ignores the n-er.-si;y for rigid training In lh actual routine of Army life Is, and always must be. a failure. Famous victories have been won by men v:t:t. other schools than tha as at New Orleans; but these are t.ie exception. The troops at New Orleans fought behind breastworks. They were commanded by Jackson, a hero of the Revolution, and the -wars with the In dians, and the men under him were "magnificent marksmen. !xckwols men. frontiersmen. Indian fighters men who never fired until sure of thir aim." It was experience with this class of w.uv..- ermfitlence thev "had In a militia oriran- ization. What General Knox said in Us favor was qualified by his recom mendation of a system of univrfil military tralninc. This has been adopt ed by Germany anil France, but an ex perience of over a century under our constitution shores that it cannot ! applied to thl prepare! to accept of volunteenn our Armies. "aviat "svo are to and fwe axe obviously limited to a choice 3 country until we ore F ! i'-: y.J - 9 '"'..r. . 71 . for tho rccrultlni; of PIT ' U U 1 '.1 1 2 '.l VA ZZ irVJ The practical queJoa is Jjjf": do In tho absence ox it. tt..t. h u,..aa.i;;;.u.i i :l.. :cr-i trains! sr.. I iinT-i!:! Vo'.-m jln. What cr-!i: ha for Isir. : iy s l.-n r.ir.ns ;. War : IM.. -Aon by vt nral ott t h hi rric-! o urn r.. ra n an x tiru.i l cio: r-mfully by th (Vnral in Th story r our cxp-r3r on vlnrin? thai -.var a a hvV. "alia In- ;-ox tent onirer. ana un-i; .i;inM r-nd mutinous mill:!a. cn'A only. a Gul!an C. Verp!a:Kk onr .viid. tnaV oa h-ar.jvlck of h: crin:ry'ji iars Hal. iurrtr.dr. the s'rrri. cf Chaal- W .i Stony Crv; th cap.urc of IWrAlIrr at th iVavrr Darr.: th abandonment of Fort C-or.: Uy Mo Cure: th il.tjncr at Chrystrrs. ar part of thl shameful rrvord. a U a!.o :h urrvodcr and bjmlr.;: of the cap.tal a: Washington. If w ha hitherto crr-japed or hc!minK disaster In pl: of or re liance upon untrained trvp. and un disciplined valor. 1: is because htv had In every war at leat a ntKlu of skillet! !licr. It th sturdy vtran M;'r- Standlsh. fro-h from hl. mtIc In European ar.. ho avcd th. Infant colony of Plymouth from th opn and Uewt hostility of the Indian.. It Washlnjrton and th soldier of th? French aad Indian war an! men train- Ul in frontier life who formed the bark- bono of the armie of the Revolution. w.V4 th fin.ilierit train-,! lr a l?n!Lkr school who won our honor In Mexico. it wa tho soldier of the Mexican who vero tho ch!r? reliance of koth North and SotiUi during the Civil War and finally. It wa. a corr com- po.etl almost entirely of uch jtoldlem anj of the well tralne.1 reslmnt of the Rczu'.ar Army who brushed aM? the Spanish defence at San Juan and gave us the signal victory which ended the Spanish war. And certainly when we come to the Navy, no one can doubt that U was iowcy nnd men like him. trained la the school of Farracut and Porter, who swept the Spaniard from tae ea and gave us victories at which the world haa not yet ceased to wonder. TRIMMING YARDS. Any shellback." whether abaft or beforo the mast will revonlxc ra value of a machine which, particularly in time ot nceil as well as ordinarily, will brace or square the pni in five minutes in a gale of wind. This U Captain Jarvis's patent brice-wlncb. Captain Jarvls was out to Sydney la the Earl of Iu'.hotiide. After leaving tho I)a!hou5!e h made a trip to Port land ns master of ih ItritUh hlp Iun- trune. and thru forsook the cu to teaiui nav.gatlon and irf-ci his brace winch. A year ago one of th Inches was afdxol tc the Nornu'n fontna.t. There are three purchai on the ma chine, and with It they an handle the ship I.Ke a toy. The mate of the Norma thus pcas of Its working: "In the old lavs when It was Mowing off the Horn and cam to near ship, didn't we catch It. One minute we aou!1 I rolling In the ncupper. the nett rr brains would l nlmot Kncviiel o it wrn a Hlnjc rse. and thn the rn t ol th braces would p. rsiit ia getting through tonvt the ho. an I thrn there would be the 'evl to pay. Final ly, when we got the ship around, and .i I: was a very !ar!c n'.gtit. I crM have to go aloft to that the yard were braced up sharp. Now three mTi can go to thv winch, and. lifting the brake, can swing the yarU around in five minutes. No matter how in winds blow or how heavy the tea. ll inakes no difference. All thrr yard are trimmed at th .m" moment with out any fuss or dang r. Oalumot Poor 1 Tempus Fugit! SO DOHS MONEY, Hut Ii ex.j a Iocs way If joi ?ai It at M. IL Counter' la tujla oa o! his fine tlxcplcccs. A gol &tsor:aeot of Ladles and Genu watcit aad clocks to band tU AcUralli. S;clal care plTa lo cuitoajfn" orders for siaaafactarliiR jelrr. medals, etc. Tersocal aitcntloa Rlva to repalrtcf watches and clocks. M. R. COUNTER, Practical Watchmaker JEWKLClt ANI OPTICIAN. 007 Port St. AT THE GAZETTE OITICC. iaking d00ErUTE ( " ) V FIUCE J conscription, lr.5tr.id N&ri.MsSrjSi GOOD BLOOD Y.r hxri VraU entr Hrir-! tV faal tir rxb dij. iSrr I z.zl: r! ti rz;;lr cf px cr ti.1 1'.. t -.t Hxhbit I f IxL i-zy l I t.i j . ..-l-i. :i ' Ya r trol a !r : jt , ! tWp; joa i--t i urt tl t it filtt; yva Lit t- trr i-t; tv-f.,; t to dj j r b ir.i. AVER'S EL It t L-i,r. I t. lTfU jrfrn ti-.r f , tsai ti UvI ri;i ; HOLUSTER DRUO CO AXU. We have a Large As sortment of this intrinsically valu able article, which we are selling ai the most reason- lo ;o :o 2 O I o , able Figures. SarsapanOf: IAITEm LACE. :E. w JUL JORDAN PJo. IOsK Ex Hongkong Llaru: All' LL LINK OK tim Roiaiis. FItt Art Scrrtr.i; Po?l !crw. Silk anJ S1H Gx!, Pc:;e!a!aWa.t. rlrvitr.e Kln;cr., Pajamas. Putt, Etc a rr: ci rjn- O;ot L-rdil yoj havt Sftn cT 5txk. yc lfl 1 4- 1T1U1 CX La JV VU EOTEL ST. COS., HD015U. I Branch Hat Store. Nuuanu Sl niiti 11 co 10S KING STREET. G.J.Waller : : Manager. Wholesale and Retail AND NAVY CONTRACTORS. 0111 111 FOR Fences, Stairs, etc. Qx ai 1 cxija'.a o.r wcrJc J. T. LUND. Utica St.. D:i Toer. Ta:crtoat IS I J&'J 11 ii. ni 5 hi. -LIMITED- OITer for Sale: REFINED SUGARS. Cub 22 Craa abated. PARAF1NE PALNT CO.'S A . mm w.y-wwv w fc m mm PALNT OILS, Lcl !Uw asI Xai;l. UJ-Uaw c3 ncT.eL INDDUIXE, ci nuU: la h!:t xt FERTILIZERS. Scotch ferJ!Urt. lar:el for rxr cist azI cc-e. N. OtUcl & Co. citakxl :cZi lun and JLaeljr grozzi Dsm STEAM PIPE COVERING, nxSj r!e-t rli--'lr- v.lctil carerfsc FILTER PRESS CLOTHS, Li&a Ja!e. CEMENT, LIME & IU1ICKS. Agents for WESTCRN SUGAR ItmSlNi CCL. m mm mwm ALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE W0WC3. rMU-2:pl!, Pcra U. S. A. nwELL UNivnnavL mux co- (Mxst. -N:losiI Ca Si23cr"i. Nr Tcrk. U. a JL OHLANDT &CO. a IYcc!co. CtL II3DOS IRON WORKS. AND LOCOitOTXVll Fa a lYaarltsa, Cal. ITc:r:c Potr. ibz iaUM, tia tcjc.se. War tt grztrxim yo-ar ?arr fnaca 'mt ra fsralia rar o jxszt tal y-jcr for a r t.zr-c frrra ll i CtrJc Por t".rc tv.j, ut t& Ui:r of t:!sc col Sa ) asx tilt, aJU !r aaJ ajr :ta bVa-rrtri tcc!rf,aa 1 oa?r tt o; rar".a cox wtxtr Sa yxrzr ta'.:L W&cT a:r jorr l rtUi; St ottt zvJLlzz ta zT:m ISfttrtt Tin: Hawaiian; nixcTRic oox- rANY It cow rrx.fr to f:;rr.Ja n:ctxlr V.xz'.m acJ Ga-i:crf ef all Cizrt? t!r at iton oo'Jre, aa3 a2 txi cs Itr aaJ H:miral G All crin w.:i t cra rovt tea-Jos. ari m!st fsru!t far LfcVJac aa4 Pcer rua-a; a!aa. avt UsCoa It c1ra to llw aS ttirtse Wlrlac HUSTACE & CO.. DZAUCR3 I? Wood and Coal ALSO White and Black Sknd Waica ti ttU at Ha tctj itrta raxrkai mm. TtiiOZM Noc 414. .1 p 11 f r THe Pttuiii QBsoie. riaoiaa atrt, :tr d.