TOE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVKKTISEK: HONOLULU, MARCH. CO. 1S09.
Hawaiian Scenic Photos
DtOtO t O t OO 0 000 KKOi
WAS A HARD LIFE
The Signs of Kidney
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The best at the lowtfet X
price at HOPP'S. C
We liad a talk about Parlor and
Bedroom Furniture, Chairs and
Mirrors, this week Vo shall tell
you about some other things
that are also essential. We
would like to call your attention
to our grand display of
Inese are or entire! v new nat- 4
m . . 0
terns, aiui -win accommodate
from four to fifteen people. We
also tiave some very liandsome V
Cillr Elnnn TUll, S
Just the thing for your
PARLOR or SITTINQ ROOM
To give them a cozy appearance.
There has been such, a demand
lor Box Couches that we are
making a specialty of them at
present. Now that the hot n
weather is coming on again, q
have you given a thought about
getting an awning either for p
your place of business or your n
residence. We are prepared
make all sizes.
Leading Furniture Dealers,
KING ASBETHEL ST?.
108 KING STREET.
G. J. Waller : : Manager.
Wholesale and Retail
The Silent Barber Shoe
When in need of a good, clean share
17 expert artists, with sharp tools,
Ylatt the SILENT BARBER SHOP.
Our instruments are thoroughly dis
infected before using by an
Ladies' Boot-Black Stand
In rear of shop.
JOSEPH FERNANDEZ. Propr.
Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
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
THESE GOODS ARE THE HANDSOM
EST IN ALL HONOLULU.
WING WO CHAN & CO.
210-212 Nuuanu Street.
White and Blue Grass Linen, Silks,
Table Covers, Silk Shirts, Doylies, Pa
Jamas, Handkerchiefs, etc. Latest Pat
terns of English and American Serge,
Scotch Tweeds, Linen and Duck Cloth
210 Nuuann St., above Hotel.
BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS.
ToTt St., Opp. Wilder & Co.,
H. J. NOLTE, Prop.
First-Class Lunches Served
With Tea, Coffee, Soda Water,
Ginger Ale or Milk. Open
from 3 a, m. till 10 p. m.
Smokers' Requisites a Specialty.
CENTEK, SOFA AND STAND
Heavy Stock and Great Choice.
Of Best Yalne Ever Imported
HAWAIIAN SONS AKD CHORU
Sung with great success by
the .... .
. . . . To be had of
You should have a: copy.
The Washington Light.
KELIAIiLE It I SI 11.1 ANT
CANNOT EXPLODE .
CANNOT IJLOW OUT
NO ODOR . DOES NOT FLICK Ell
Consumes nothing but Kerosene Oil.
The Cheapest and Safest Light
Unsurpassed for Halls, Lanals, Ma
chine Shops, Plantations and Docks.
See Lamp3 now on exhibition and
We are prepared to illuminate Pri
ata Grounds, Lanais and Halls for En
tertainments on 24 hours' notice.
Open evenings till 8 o'clock.
H. N. ALMY,
Hascnic Temple, Alakea St.
Tie FWitil ton.
Nnuann street, near Beretania, o
ite Commercial saloom.
i 6 I
are c xcec
.lln.rK. f- TV,,. rilfl r.r.J
. , . , , .. ,
has leen reached a company pos bacK
ratlu r than Improves. I Lel.ev any
competent otllcir will admit that re
cruits of a month's experience will out
. ... . , , '
drill troops who.h.w en a y..r
constant service AnJ o far m
nrovlnc mcns physical condition i
concerned, any trainer knows how frc
them in that condition
So to the ahjve cause? lnutTclent
and improper fosd and overwork a
combination which resulted in weaken
ing the men. can bo traced th scmins
ly. uncalled-for sickness ln the Vts
New York Regiment. They reached
the Islands In fine condition; they were
encamped In the sanitary suburb of a
healthful city, a locality where fever
was unknown and where the sick
of Honolulu are sent for recuperation;
yet in a very short period the post hos
pital was filled with typhoid patients,
and in two months the regiment was
divided Into about fonr equal parts
the sick, the nurses, the convalescents
and those remaining for active duty.
From this time on the military part,
the part which the public sees and rec
ognizes, ceased. Drills and parades be
came a thing oX the past, for the sim
ple reason that none were left for thce
duties. The sick and convalescent were
incapable of active service, the nurses
were abundantly busy In the hospital
and the handful remaining were em
ployed In guard and street duty and in
the various details to commissary.
quartermasJer. paymaster and general
headquarters. Those who had been In
Camp "Otis" were sent to Manila, the
engineers moved to barracks which
they had constructed and the few at
Camp "McKlnley" joined the convales
cents at Waialae. some four miles far
ther from the city.
During the month of November, at
the request of the citizens of Hilo. two
companies of the New York regiment
visited that city for the purpose of
prospecting possible sites for barracks
on the island of Hawaii. This trip was
rather in the nature of an excursion,
the men assuming the expense of their
transportation. It was the writer's
good fortune to accompany the expedi
tion, the recollections' of which are by
far his most pleasant of army life.
While we certainly made many
friends in Honolulu, the sentiments of
the people there were not favorable to
our troops. We were regarded with a
certain distrust, which made our stay
more disagreeable that it might other
wise have been.
Whatever may have been felt toward
those who preceded U3 and however
well they may have been treated, dur
ing our stay we could cot but notice
the general sentiment of Indifference
with which we were regarded. Though
it may be doing the people of Honolulu
an injustice. It seemed as though their
hospitality to our first troops was
prompted purely by self-interest. At
that time annexation proceedings were
pending and the subscribers to the re
ception fund were thOv-e who favored
Once the change had occurred no
further troops were entertained. lie
that as it may, the people of Hllo re
ceived our two visiting companies with
open door3. There was nothing in thMr
pretty little city toa good for us. Wc
were made to feel at home, and that
means much when one Is an army pri
vate in a strange country.
During our stay in llUoSftir bivouac
was a warehouse near the city, and on
our march to the crater of Ktlauea wc
were entprtained by the prople living
along the volcano road. At the sum
mit our camp of small shelter trr.ts was
pitched in a grove sam two miles
past the Volcano Hou3r. Daring t!U
trip, in spite of almost continuous rain,
no sickness developed, excepting an oc
casional case of fever, the heritage of
the camp we had previously occupied,
and the detachment finally returned to
Honolulu in fine spirits and in much
better health than those who had re
mained behind and this In spite of
greater exposure and privation.
From this it must be concluded that
tho secret of health with volunteer
troop3 is a constant change of camp
and the very facts of their enlistment
should justify this assumption. Th
regular soldier joins the army as a
matter of business. He elects to make
that life his for at least three years.
probably more. He accepts what may
be before him la his chosen vocation
and goes or stays with almost equal rel
ish. With the volunteer the circum
stances are very different. His ser
vices have been offered at his country's
call. He has enlisted because he be
lieved his active presence was imper
atively needed, and when he Is delegat
ed to the monotony of camp life and
surrounded by its tedious duties acd
restrictions, he remembers the oppor
tunities he may have forfeited.
He realizes the expectations of his
enlistment have not been fulfilled. He
becomes restless and disappointed at
his surroundings and considers himself
The volunteer is useless for garrison
duty. His place is at the front acd
when he i3 no longer needed there he
should be discharged with all prompt
ness. H. Lv COFFIN.
Late of Company n. First New York.
MAPS. MAF3. MAPS, of Honolulu,
just Issued by the Hawaiian Gazette
Co., von Holt Block, King street. Se
cure one before they are all gone,
arms are simplicity itself. No man of our rrra:-. r.r? -ordinary
common intelligence thsiiM j "i1. V, hrrl i?
fail to master boih in a wek time. -None bll lhc nib lato duis-
Why. then, after rmn are In projr , "-J1 "T1; J fv?
Physical condition and conversant w.th!"r. t&wr rn tho.
he iecwary movement. shouM they ' arnifir ' f:
be Riven the. lonp. tiresome hor.r of a vt Jl an4
.luvau, aaum u.m3 IoanM lUckarhe Kidney IHU tak-n a:
ami "goes t:.I. to use a technira.ltj-. lho tljr, fl
The men. after b.n? brought o a de- trouMo. lcrhar, llf. !jirlf.
s.red decree of proficiency asd proper Mr. Jam M,;lh:lR(T contractor, r.f
Physical shapo. should receive only th : ,m:,!l!? avratJf. rnakUn. Ta . ,ayi:
amount of cxrrcl. nce.-sary to kep ... fVv.n.. iLl,vv- uU
When h'Mr of a Lunrlary la our
T.fl lOf nOOI. C 3J!1 I.U- a-
A little backach'. .1 tuinc a twitch,
or pains in th zmck. arr r.ot ry nar!
. , v- ,
a danuer !cnal of what romlr.c M:
barkoch pair ar du to kUnry d;
.'onicr; p.if th-ni ly unsot.cr-i. an4
f hc kMarl c ratl!: Ia
- 'tia: urinary complain:,. Ilruhf..
ea.. and death rrult.
U rvrr Witch-
fal of a backache. A
in the summer of WjZ. wa ls.:erviemr 1
iiiy a representative an-l allel rr.y
opinion to l exprMM In the Frank
lin newjpapr. At that ilrr. tbry re
lieved roe of backache and lroer.e
and corrected the kidney secretions. In
March. 137. I sprained ray back badly,
and a lamrne j-4.t la ore npo wa
painfully evident. I procured lan'
Backache Kidney IMU a second tiro.
and from my experience and the re
suits received. I can conrn:louikly
recommend them c the popl of
Franklin or anywhere rNe as a prepa
ration mot valuable for aiy kl lr.ey
These pll may l had of dealers
generally, or will mailed on receipt
of price y the HollUter Drug (Y . A .,
I'rloe. per tot. i iirxrn
People of the Inland are f.ir Idend-
NEW YORK. "The Porto Ulcan
want Independence," said Col. William
H. Hubbell, commander of the Forty
seventh regiment, which' had a tri
umph in Brooklyn upon its return from
Col. Hubbell In an Interview declared
that a Porto Ilican Agiilnaldo can caue
this Government much annoyance.
The Porto Itloans have become de
moralized by the examples of Cuba,
having observed the successful Uue of
a great revolution. He continued:
"We found out that there Is a latent
determination among a large cUm of
Porto Ulcnns to gain Independence. Wc
found many of the native Porto Illrans
given to treachery. Many who received
us with flowers and loud hurrahs were
afterward discovered in some of the
plots against us. Our sentinels did cot
need the caution of their ofHcers to re
frain from sleep. Some of the natives
were detected sneaking up on the sen
tinels for the purpose of stabbing them
in the back. After that, whenever wc
saw a suspicious-looking man, we made
him throw up his hacd and iubmlt to
search. On men thus hatted we fre
quently found knives In their sleeve.
rod frpard Witn Catwmr to
rm from rtocU Ci. AImv
LJm and Ammonia Cai
mat la tha HoitimK aa
WONE SO COOD.
Tho Only First Cla?s American
Rostaurant in tho City.
CAFE open from
:- 6 A. M. TILL WIDMCIIT.
BUSINKSS LUNCH, fmm 11 a. m.
til! J p. in 125 Ckm.
DINNKU, from to 7 p. m.
cj Cream Parlors
Ittcail, Cake., Ktc. delivered to
any part of the city free.
527-529 Fort Strcot,
HONOLrix, u. i.
UNCLE SAM KESTAUKAXT.
fort STnnirr. ncxt to clud
tables. Open from 5a.a till 12 p. ra.
We serve the best 23 etat ccals In
tho city. Try them.
Sandwiches With Ccffce. 20c.
LOOK WO SING & CO.
AT THE GAZCTTC OFFICC.
CROWN DISTU.IERIES COMPflflT.
lilt EH RESID1I1CE
of Clarence M. White at
Makiki. adjoining the
residence of Wm. H.
Size of Lot.jjxjo feet
Home of Double Parlors,
Dining Room, Bedrooms,
Closets, Pantry, etc
AH necessary outhouses.
Grounds beautifully park
ed with palms and fruit trees.
L. C. ABLES,
315 Fort SL
SO DOES MONEY.
Dal It roc a los way If yoa tprz
it at M. IL Coaa:r'j ta bayla ost of
hU fine l!ac?!crs. A tool at.oriacoi
of LaJ!c aaj Cau va:cbrJ aa4
c!ock to baad tU Acilral!x
Special cxrc gHr a to coitoaerr
orders for maaafactarisc Jewelry,
Tcrsosal a::ca:ioa ctrra to rcpilrtsf
wa'.chfa aa4 clocks. .
M. R. COUNTER,
jr.wr.t.Ktt am ifrtc3.N.
rQ7 Fort St.
Hawaii in Coin Jewelry
IN VARIOUS DE5IG?iS.
Of all kinds made to order
HAWAIIAN FLAG ENVELOPES
KLG iJ af:er OHIOAL VUG.
Coo4 to taJ abroad! Vcryataiasi
Aio AMnniCAN n.o i:ni
lophs an 4 iui:it to z.ci:
HAWAIIAN I ! ATS.
HAWAIIAN SlUZ IL.Ci?.
1 1 A WA 1 1 A N CA LA 11 ASI I Ilx
HOOKS AND STAT lONHRY.
school 5trri-:i. irrc
GOLDEN HOLE BAZAAR
316 Fort Street.
UkklUlUUUt , .
Reoi EiaieGnd Finonclal ilaenl
Whether joa wr.t i T
nol tou re cerumiv -
t prtt cur tl:
Hauaiian Scenes and Subjects
In li e mml.cT of Co'crrd I'hoW
c yield the plm tjoon.
A colli ctson cI a cc;ra cr
of thee ncailr rxcmntrd .od dose
up in a natire tzulc uuwu :oiucrt
could not r ecxrl p a pft
Should f clancc cl la hare
o:x;c doirah!e view r wo-uld ra
rare V trale it and l thankfcl lor
ifrour dip!arcf L!nd Viewi
in our Show Caw? al the IVwt OCZc
110 HOTEL ST.
UBEELER & VILSOII
Ard tiik omt Machim:
tth!ch aucwlulljr inri with
loih the Lfnnt and Chain
Stitch. Farmed fur Hphlnt
and durab hty.
i4d on rn-nlhlj IntUl!
tncntR. Inftrcclionn ivra
Renting and Rep tiring.
Noodles and Parts for
L. F. PRESCOTT.
Fort, near HoUL
. CEtlTEIlIlIAL BEST
PISOINCTON FEED CO.
CO FOOT A QUEER STS
Kmsi sc' coiei ccits a.
Cap:aaSa, Cor. AUca aad rtn
COLLXaTXTO A GQ - -
No b5 wlizzii v.ttzi -r?y
cf DANDItUn KILUIIt ca Lit4. It
Ut Uoos tcry rslar as3 It Ixl zz
ctJ S?y Voih Kitt. A tr rcr far
das!rs?. rr:k!y txi as 3 all tiLla
Soli IT a'l erzcf.r.t xzl CiKa
!! sr:ir tie traf sark Tt Twa
rac a.- lUvit cf IzutaUcr.
TiUztczi No. OS So: rroirtelar.
Castle & Coo!
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