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TflE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU. MARCH IT. 1FC0.
SAVJ THE LAW W1EN W. J. GUNK. t 1 he JiDiiu-se cruiser "Ki iiai' which wa built by Wm. Cramp & Son?. Phila delphia, for :h? Japanese ,1MMUCU IICIU1UCU llliiil Haauiuf jovernrr.cnt. .since she beizan . n ! her trial trips in June lal ha lOD, D. b. i used me 410 Alontgomery St. iij:tvi:i:n California am sr If WW RAM UNTO STItKirTS. San Francisco. California. COHGRESS WAS VERY BUSY 111 II 111 m VACUUM 1 THIS ON A "5 4 i .v. 3 Suit OR A Top Coat 1 Th. nnmm sa on-JUSiice r rear Mltr www Pleased PauI Neumann Alex. C. M.Robertson. on I I or an OVERCOAT MEANS TOP NOTCH IN Style, Fit, Make, General Rightness. They're here. They're nowhere else jn. this town M. JlcINERN Y, Modern Clothier, flerchant and Fort Streets. .4 4 1 :4 3 A' 12 V K Amon.; the jai.cnpcr on the Gaelic were Justice and Mr. Frar. The Jus tice ha Ixtn In WaMungtoa tor Mm time an n member of the Hawaiian Commission. The only Mil on Hawaii paiied by ConKrcss was the Pearl Harbor appro priatton of SIOO.OOO. Justice Kreara connvtlon with the Commission ceasnl with the adjourn Ing of the Senate. The Justice speak vtry hopefully in reran! to future legislation affecting the Islands. The main obstacle to over come Is the desire of ome to place Ha- The stioa i: lve Latins a':' to lDot U caJIe-l lo the frt tht therr are srra: orpnun'.:!' ti s;U oa di I latmrs! In 5a !Yanc!oa Ilea i; th rrrnt ti- Th con ditlon of fra!:r at vmml farof tl buyrr. ThU I the titar t laet bra In January, iBog, she was an I .Kd bJt a crrat fa'.urr; all unite cn th'.t ri:s!. I: l to le tte Krrax city of l-e PaciCc Cait. II U tLr catrway to the Or'ra!. :th the tjc ;ort an4 lay In tlse warM. Witnla te la: few tnoath a c- city charier h lern o4op:rxl ly a o!e of lb rj'e h!rh te into cSevi on thi f.rt ly ef January dw at Inr-rovrs-f a. are la coa:rajr:."3 uaW tie tsrm charter th: lil rnbiare tralty la crr lata portion of the city. Tfce Sas,:a ! Ilaltrua.I Co, ha pu:cil Ua on tnc a:rr xroat ar tTtsinai rr tv ac4 l!l ca'.rr lata rxir:;::: aa Th iic nf tho Virnum "iharr of ihcnaMtiraa4frr:ax ine use oi me atuum ,r.2. ,.jrl2. jnij c!f.aA!:, c. OHS iS increasing in all the hat tfeen r!er to bate coanrrt supplied at Nevvcastle-on- m m Tyne, England, with' 10 bbls. Yacnnm Cjliader Oil, 30 bbls, llarioe Engine Oil. 4 bbls. Arctic Engine Oil. oaiciooOisi o.f.i CYRUS t:03L wall in the g-ime category a, Ibtr lbll- markels Qf ,hf World The C,"J L 1,s"",, ? 'iTf' n ippin,. Th.. op.n.c... bow.vcr. explanation of this is no f5? KirS:r.S 1 SSSUST ft'i.VSrK ,hi doubt in cart due to the fact "hV-S heUef .hat ,h. pro.cn, a;.m.nU:ra,.on that the VaCUUm Oil. Com- ii "ri iSh JW w II of affairs In these Islands Is one cal- non,, nCAc natrnlntim from fn.i it,rr t!.M i , culated to meet the present needs. On this account greater attention was paid during the session to matters concern Inc which Immediate legislation was necessary. pany uses petrol wells which show no traces of asphaltum. lYanclro. All thU zaeant lacmn- of population an4 rrvlral of ta3ar. In purxhinc real rotate, to So mell. A:nhilfnm i; vrv ininri- src to buy ea4 bow r . . . a ito i .. V " . . . ... . i. I 4 u: uon. i-aui Neumann rriunmi uj mi'iuUi IU IIIULI y v ailU CI IwU I fcno lc!ce nf talacs aa4 FINE Standhope Buggies. e 1VJ1 ilea.- yu.i nivUui yU.-.uU. ' Claellc jes;erday morning Although Mr. Neumann s mission was said by him to have been on private business strictly, still he was at Wash ington the greater pirt of the time looking out for the Interests of the of rrvrvrt r to it Should bC lib ho tleslne to t-ircbxr t3:ae. proper: :es for Iacoae r for rcJ- A comparative test of Oils fully cltca oa all aattrrs prrtai&!sc co!H in fhlc mirbot on nno Ito rral estate In Saa lYaacJxtx Par- 1 Nice Hciac l MxlilX Houtd cntaic 7 rtorar. Price ZVJ oils containin; avoided. -- . . . iuii uiiUA tiui i iituui ur Islands in company with Mr. Kinney, plantation, has reSUlteu in an lir lo latent arr rejaeeI lo call aa4 tie speaKS very nigniy oi me orx nrHr for 5t hhlc of Vininm aWolute and nol:Ite tarraiai mill be T Inilo Uubmilte4 to tbesx I will te bappy STRAIGHT BODY OR CUT UNDER. Handsome Phaetons, Surreys, V ENGLISH SURREY HARNESS. A new line Carriage Supplies ..... Whips, Lamp, Laprobes, Etc. ip CARRIAGE AND HARNESS REPOSITORY. Fort Street. - ' - - Above Club Stables. .?nnn In U'iihlnr!nn I - t f L'lnnnr Mr. Neumann says that It was owlnsrl VJ1IS greatly to the work done by Mr. Kin ney that no measures hostile to Ha waii had been passed. He thinks that at the next session of Congress legisla tion will be effected that will place the Islands on n regular territorial footing. In the opinion of Mr. Neumann the feeling of Congress, especially of the Upper House, Is friendly toward these Islands. The main efforts of the hos tile faction is to place Hawaii In the same class as the Philippines. A. O. M. Robertson, who has been In Washington in the Interest of the Chi nese who were not allowed to land OttO me HiKH. to rorrrpon4 !ta any mho may visa lt ItKi4ire about real r!ate la Saa IYaa- c!co, Ku!l chance taken cf prorty an4 taxes pal4 for abat oTfr. Itrfrrrn: Any !lak In iUn Praa- w. J. GUNN. lo Moa::jarjr jM.. near Ca!:foraU t- Sa lYaaclxo. CsU.'orcIa, S mr-w ww mmw College Krtrl. 73 by Price, 3 I HoUK-jr n4 I.tf at Kctrala. Ucnicxl for tin per month-Pricr, Lir.llTED. 4 Frtrral Piece of (5rxJ Pajicj RuMt2tf Poqicrtr. OntraHy IccitoJ. Tt Lrxc3;o!J, 10 ytiri to run Paj 2 ir otnU r xaontb ca a.lin? ririce. Sole Agents mo7n.rne', by ,he Rac"c r"!cr,,3y FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. SCHUIM'S Your Roof And Quitters Should be put in thorough repair before you are washed 8,nR importance were deal; with. . lL . . . preponderating question was the V out aunng tne neavy rains mat may De expecieu at any ippine? time. ng, His mission was eminently success ful. As stated before in this paper the result of his efforts was that every Chinese holding a permit prior to the arrival of Inspector J. K. Hrown be allowed to land. This was beyond the fondest hopes of his clients. Soon after his arrival In "Washington Mr. Robertson made the acquaintance of Secretary Gage. The Secretary re ceived him very cordially, staling that he was ready for immediate considera tion of the matter. In the meantime Mr. Robertson made the acquaintance of Solicitor General Richards, to whom he submitted an argument. Soon after ward the opinion was handed down, the text of which has Uen published in the Advertiser. . In speaking of the attkude of Con gC3S toward the Islands Mr. Robert son said that he thought the Inlroduc tlon or Asiatic laborer was making our enemies stronger and our friends weaker. legislation on Hawaii was crowded out. . Matters of more nrcs ith. The all- s. 66 K0K0HI H1UAI11H SOKG ARD CHORDS Sung with great success by the oil H" -ooo- l stand ready to do any necessary repairs required. Remember the heavy storm last year that did so much damage. ooo " : JOHN NOTT. 75-79 KING- ST. TEL: NO. 31 H 1 AMUMJLLJLJUULU HAT flANUFACTURER, 3 KING ST., Next to Castle & Cooke. Straw, Panama and Native Hats in Stock. Gents' Furnishings, Japanese Bamboo Baskets, Matting, Japanese Lanterns. Self Dctiial Week. The Salvation Army in this city will ooserve irom Sunday. March I?, to ouuuuy, .uarcn -t, as tne annual week of special prayer and self denial. Dur ins that week not only the members of the Army, but anyone else Is Invited to deny themselves of something In order to help along the missionary work of the Army. The late Mls Prances Wlllard, wha had few luxurie.4. used to deny herself of oranges (o! which she was extremely fond) and hand J he amount saved to help alons tne seir-derUal fund. Others have lUcd on the very plainest fare possible In order to help on the non-supporting branches of Salvation Army work. .s many homes as possible wil! o visited during the week by the local officers. CapL Maggie Powell and hr assistants, on behalf of the sIf-ln!al effort. The week of self-denial Is ob served by Salvationists all over the world. Hilo and other posts are mak ing a supreme effort to urpa. lat years effort. Honolulu will only be content by heading the list. Hawaiian To be had of News COMPANY. LIMITED. Ycu should have a copy. Only 25cts. , WEILL & CO. Founders and Machinists. 213 Queen St., bet. Alafcea &nd Richards St., Honolulu. Invite Enquiries for General Ironwork; Iron and Brass Cast ings. Ships' Blacksmiths. Cemetery Railings and Crestlngs Made to Order: Samples on Hand. KEPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. TEL. 410. It is very hard to stand Idly by and see our dear ones suffer while a-vait- Ins the arrival of tLc doctor. An Al bany (N. Y.) dairyman called at a drug stot a there for a doctor to coao and see his child, then very sick with croup. ot finding the doctor In, he left "word for him to come at oace oa his return. He also bought a bottle of Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy, which he hoped would give some relief uatll the doctor should arrive. In a few hours ho re turned, saying the doctor need not come, as the child was much better. (The druggist. Mr. Otto Scholx. says the family has since recommended Cham berlain's Cough Remedy to their neigh bors and friends uatll he has a constant demand for It from that part o? the country. For sale by Denaon, Smith L. Co., Ltd., wholesale agents. THc i ATE PRINCESS MINI. 50 Different Views To e.lcl from ujoi the l-c-t AlbumrRUcU Paper. 50 PHOTOGRAPHIC Co. LIMITED. Corner Fort aol Hotel Streets. ft' ft ft ft ft' ft ft ft ft WHEELER & UILSOil lilt I 11VI Ball-bearin t. Rotary Kotion, Ard tiii: om.y Mjiciiim: nhch !ucc5fsfutljr rews wilh loth the In ami Cuai iftitch. KatucJ for lightnrf i ami durability. Sold on monthly installment- Instructions prtn frrr. Renting and Repairing. Parts for ft ft ft ft ft Noodles and All Machlnos. L. F. PRESCOTT, -MUCini DAOLE.- Fort, noar Hotel. 5i 51 51 51 51 a 51 51 51 St 51 51 51 51 51 51 5f 51 5J 51 Si 51 51 5J 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 n 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 If you and sec want a House coll UUVLUU L. C. ABLES, REAL ESTATE AGEffT, 315 Fort St, TELlMIOnE 139. VUla. ILsVIniULaiU U U and CAFE Tho Only First Clafts Amoiiccn Restaurant In tho City. CAFE opzn from 6 A. ! TILL AIDniCDT. nUSIKKSS I.UNCHfrom II ju a. till 2 p. m. 25 Ccxif. PINNP.R. frt.na Z lo T u ra. TJU Cr vT. iraiO GfiRRIfiGE IlfGL CO. Ill Ice Cream Parlor, m Q3Mt ntrmz. ZXHIUAQU AND WAGON UUILOZHS 1 Clr4.T10. tUDUCR TUIE3 AND ROLLC3 BEJUUNQ AXLEa. U1LS0B 4 UHITEEOCSS, olm Uetssm lUnttn UU&Ca. Ill Q9tft ClTML JUST OPEN ! A shop on Union l ml, Ik!l Tower, anil atn rrerrrd to do all Limit of PLUMBING, TlXMXi; A.ND GENEltAL JOBBING. ttrtd. Calccf. Ktc. 2elivrrcJ to any pari c f th rity frtf 527-529 Fort Street, HCiNOLVlX. 1L L Orpheum Cafe OPEN DAY AND NIGUT 25c IZrilt at All Hoars. n kg u ts At: .v.v;. Trr3 12 Till Z c'Czul. 25c H. F. LUDEWIG. FAMILY LINING ROOM IN CONNEC TION. TAitLfc? itcaisivnn io;t l.vdii:x. wiurn x-.noit i:xcLV5nxLY. ON ICE, Ex. Australia: A fresh line of Orar.c. Arr. lemons, Graces, CV!cry. CaaI'.SQ-r. Uruw-l Srrou:s. Prca Salmon. f.oiu'Z tr. Crab. OYSTIIR.-. Kr-h Itttr. and Gam In san. A! !Vh Na'.f. Rjlln. K:e., at CALIFORNIA FRUIT CO.. (1EORQE ANDREWS. SEATTLE BEER -AT THE- I'lilTEIIION SALOON. WAIANAE RESORT. Near W.ilanao H. R. DopoL LIGHT Yi AD CEER. Eelmtzuls cf 111 Efcis. C. L. COV, Man.icor, FIRST CLASS Bicycle Repairing Ionr at Vtry K-a.KinaL!e GIVE US A TRIAL. CLETELUD EinCLES FCH EOT. W a few frxo4 La4 i wkj e a no wCIc at cat rxz zxrJccs. C. SHIOZAWA, Prop. ... ci i v tierAitt mi or. . E: JONES. R. CLAFUI. llSDctbtirtxccl. TcLICll.