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The Pacific commercial advertiser. [volume] (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1885-1921, July 20, 1899, Image 5

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"A Place
For Everything
is even more essential in the office
than at home. Business men occa
sionally suffer heavy pecuniary losses
because of an important paper mis
laid. This can he guarded againsi by
providing yourself with one of our
new roller-top desks, with the latest,
up-to-date time-eaving devices and
conveniences. A large assortment of
flat-top, roll-top and standing desks,
book-cases, press stands, letter files,
document Sles, chairs, stools, etc., has
Just been received ex "Mohican." All
etyles and prices.
BY Willi 1 60.
OFFICE. QUEEN STREET.
Telephone 313.
CASTLE & COOKE, Lta
HONOLULU.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
SUGAR FACTORS.
-AGENT8 FOK
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Waimea Sugar Mill Co.
The Koloa Agricultural Co.
The Fultcn Iron Works, St. Louis,
Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The George F. Blake Steam Pumps.
Weston's Centrifugals.
The New England Mutual Life In
surance Co., of Boatcn.
The Aetna Fire Insurance Co., of
Hartford, Conn.
The Alliance Aseur&nce Co., of Bos
ton. Castle & Cooke
LIMITED
LIFE and FIRE
AGENTS FOR
Ennlnnri ilnfm
J II LliyiUllU tSiUlUUI IUJ 111
OF BOSTON.!
BOO FIR MM GlOf?
OF HARTFORD.
RISDON IRON WORKS
San Francisco, California.
ENGINEERS AHDBUILDERS
PUMPING MACHINERY, HEINE
BOILERS.
PLAIN TUBULAR BOILERS, COR
LISS ENGINES.
CANE CARS, VACUUM PANS.
And all Machinery for the complete
equipment of Sugar Mills.
OFFICE: Room 9, Spreckels Block,
Honolulu, H. I.
Boxing Taught
-BY-
martin deny
oo
Champion light weight of Australia,
at Long Branch, Waikiki.
Terms reasonable. Given on appli
cation. PRIVATE LESSONS GIVEN.
MANY CHOICE VIEWS OF THE
funeral procession of the Queen Dow
ager. Single pictures or complete sets
cheap. A few Kauilani and Kapiolani
buttons stilJ iiv stock.
LICHTIG, Fotografer,
. - COG Fort Street.
Above Dewey Restaurant.
I f p.'ete line of
CLEVELANDS
ever shown here. $40 to
The $40 kind is the
equal of any other make at
ANY PRICE.
INSTALLMENTS $10 PER
MONTH.
n
209 Hotel Street.
MERCHANT . TAILOR
G2ZV2 Fort St., Opp. Club Stables.
FINE SUITS TO ORDER AT REA
SONABLE RATES
: Suits cleaned and repaired. SatU
faction guaranteed.
Mpv;
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in
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KUfflPU
IMSa511
iiiii Bite Co
THE
i'ft ot at the lowetU
price at HOPP'S,
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In
Solid
Mahogany
We have just ojrieil
up the mn.st elegant line of
Parlor Furniture seen here.
Everything in Solid Mahog
any. Cabinets
AND
Whatnots.
That are just the
the articles you have waited
so long for to complete the
artistic effect of your parlors.
Chairs
Tables.
Daintv and ele
gant, yet withal, strong and
serviceable
This is 110 everyday selec
tion and we anticipate a
speedy clearance.
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A few nice
CHILD'S SWINGS.
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Lea ling Furnitara Dealers,
KIISG & BETHEL 8T8.
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annDDonnnnnnnnnDOD
?HTS!
OF THE
FUNERAL
PROCESSION
OF THE
Late Queen Dowager
KapoiamtL
Picture. of her home: also nictures I
of the lying in state at
church to be had at the
XaTfr.iahoo
PHOTOGRAPHIC CoA
LIMITED.
MOTT-SM1TH BLOCK.
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
TO OUR
S.
oto
Have you tried an
cf
must; 1
-CHOCOLATE or COCOANUT
(fresh) cakes' frora the German
Bakery? They are only 3 and
50c each and pronounced delic-
ious by those who have tried
them. Order one for your Sun-
day dinner. We also have a
sponge cake which we sell for
the moderate sum of v3 cents
each.
-THE GERMAN BAKERY,
S33 Fort Street.,
-Headquarters for genuine ginger
-snaps, sugar cookies, etc.
-Telephone C77.
The Silent Barber Shop
Ladies' Boot-Black St2nd
In rear of shop.
JOSEPH FERNANDE7, Propr
Arlington Hotel, Hotel Strt.
j.flopp&co:
EAT
Piiolm's Breaklosl Gem.
ASK YOUR CPOCEP FOR IT
l-ACIFIC COMMKItClAI, AIlVERTISKK: IIOXOMn.t?. JULY
, ' w.,,.,,,,,,,,,.!,, aw nuunu: iii.MM4ui4lT, JULY m2 1S0D. e
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TOWNSENO TALKS
To National Educational
Association.
Thoughtful y Concolvrd AcJdross
Upon the Subject of tho Educa
tional Problem In Hawaii.
I.OS ANGELES, July ll.-i::;.I.i',y
at 3 oYIocl: tho National IMtt.-.u ion il
Association was called to onlr In tin-
raviUon l.y Hon. I . Q. Story, o: tl l
cal executive committ-". Th-
was crowded in every part ar.d irnu
Lers of the visitors failed to ciin .".I
mittnnco. Aftr an Invocation I y R-v. ( Oat U
Pierce, the Woman's Orchestra r n
Irel the ".Vational IMticational Asso
ciation March," a rather uniii'.H' ium
of music, composed for the occaion.
ami then governor Henry T. (Jace was
presented to hid hearty welconii on
behalf of the state to the assembled
teachers.
Mayor T'red Knton, in behalf of Los
Angeles, welcomed the delegates to the
eity. He Is a frank speaker, with a
sincerity in tone and manner that car
ries conviction, and was heartily ap
plauded. At the evening session Dr. V . T.
Harris-, United States Commissioner of
Kducation, delivered a most appropri
ate and decidedly inteiestinu address
on the FiiL'jet of "An Kducational Pul
ley for Our New Possessions.
Mrs. Kiniiia I,. Dillingham was to
have dcr.lt with the Hawaiian hol
irer.tion to some extent by giving an
address viewing tho history of the
existing schools In the Islands. Owin
to her unavoidable abrence this phase
Ijf the sul.ject had to be foregone, but
Henry S. Townsend, insiector general
of fcIm ols or Hawaii, made a thought
fully conceived p. d dress upon the sub
ject of "The Kducational Problem in
Hawaii." He said that minds in gen
eral develop in accordance with certain
fixed ami rscertalnable laws, yet the
tirrt pi in titles of the science imply
that 10 to men think, or feel, or wili.
or develop r.lllxe, since no two have the
san:e tciii; er and environment. In lik
imiieer, 1 e continued. It follows that
dirfeicr.l i; cs and peoples develop dif
ferently beeie have thir own cd
itcatiourl prr.Mems, whit h are but
n cdi.'icrt'cns of the world's great e-ln-er.tionrl
prohlem.
Mr. Tow 1. send said in couci:ti:n:
"Ti e environment nnd the temper of
the childien of Hawaii are espe.-ially
liei sit ed, although this environment
cf thin;;: ts omparativeiy hotnoge
nou::. 'i hi-: fs due largely to th diver
sity rf iaT3, with all that that im
plies. The ends of the earth meet at
Hawaii, find no one race is predomi
nant in numbers. Present indication.;
are thr.t the generation next to born
in Hawaii will consist of white per
sons anl Hawaiians In almost cpt.il
numl err, ai d of still larger numbers of
Asiatics. These latter will not b. as
runilrted with the other elements of
one future population so as to form
ore people, though it is possible that
the whites ar.d the Hawaiians will thus
unite, in spite of radical racial difTer
01:1 c:;. One problem involves at least
two !;; rf teen In nearly equal num
Iok; living s'de by side within our
nanovv boundaries without unltlrg.
Po'yi evi;i . - ;rd Asiatics cannot be
nu'd.- 'n tliir.k ar.d feel as Anglo-Sax-enr,
l.y te fclmpTc process of teaching
them the lZngiish 'language, or by any
ether pn. ess which does not Involve
evclutu::: through nations. Yet. in the
icrar.tiine, ve must live tJigether.
Vh.t, tl en, is this great race problem
in j!.r.va;s.V It Is thlp: To levclop a
truly t'h.ut;.'!P civilixiition. a clviliza-
tit n v.!:i.!i. Wlo. the lovo of (!hrist. is
ilk . . . , -r. t. onrrt oil ,w-,?
ko bj.;.d thrt all the races may find
pi 1 ; ;ty i;rer its benign sway. Our
Hawaiian i vili. tion should be based
1 l.irUy ami iinSvtTs.il P .! :
will
i'.r.rtlcn wlilth ilu actlvo
In v.hlih It has
upon -an as.-mmp-
Iincss. has pro-
ipiifil :t vtusrrJe in which tho pas
. ivc o i;-. rt ;i Kicat disad van tapir.
t i -. a 1. I. i iltcly fact that tlu Inllu
:i c r t t.. wlnto man and his civlllza-
tiui 11. . 1 .1 ut wltli tT-.o nli.irli? iii.il
. i -. ;;vi.c!V.lly the inllucnco of tho
lal. !t i;i tLo u; ns tree. From tho tlmo
1 T the :.::c".t IItowf, who shut from
tl: vL-iLs cf their civilization prac
tically it 1 1 other peoples, down to tho
liii:- th'
Americans, who have not
. . 1..H1 At ... I
Iv l.i. :a d tuiruiontly Christian to
J!.vs li e -white man and the roil, conies
tho r.;iro inorrtonors story. Here tho
nativo Ii.iA.uiiar.s were lxrn and hro
itly " ill d:e. They call for inoro
than t! ration. "Who are wo th u w.
. . -
shiniM tvlcuito this remnant of th-i
pooi lo to whom God pave il:o fair
islrs i: t;h fom his creative hand and i
who l'rr ii-;;ily fifty generations hav t
known i-tl'or home? Thy aro now
Ararricaru in spite of themslv.'
for thr-.- i. ;.iCT.s their silent apj- 1 t'
thir neighbors i me ai xtvo r.
'M:ariV iro
Ac'.ion in I;j;: nicr.i.
WCuirr K. rrcrdcras. ? i ; ':
ru.t in io,:r.cnt asraln.-" -til:,
iiir:r.s that he ha. v:.'y-:'.y
::t!:ry to lav. nnd tho v -':'
r'aintif: t: kn inio his p
1 m'.vi rti.il to l.!s own nse r "u ;
Jss sit'.:nt' at Kaumak 1 ; : i. ia
city. r!a!r.t:ff psks for :
cf t!ie premises and $ .
i-Yrvite .f summers hns !.-:: r
td aud the case will or.v up
Augiirt ttnn of the Cin ui: (o ir
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MESSENGER SERVICE.
Honolulu Messenger Service do!lTr
messages and packages. Tel. 37S.
1
f.JAKES A
OELIGIOUSlftiGH BALL
Si
sr. cvaus
, KOBLE
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1
I-.WHISKV
1
CROWN DISTILLERIES COMPANY.
GNSAri FliAIiCISCO.O
Arrive Today,
PEIi S. S. AUSTKALIA.i
00
ALL KINDS OP
Apples.
Cherries.
Plums,
Peaches,
Muscat Grapes;
Oranges,
Lime ar d Lemons
Eastern Oysters, I
Etc., Etc., Etc.!
000
E. HEHRIQUES
MASONIC TEMPLE.
ill!?" Telephone -M l.
TO ARRIVE:
L. America Mara.
0$
KM COVERS. GRASS.
CL6TH GfMRE PIECES
Thc5tare of very di!n
ty rltcm.
AUf a n;vv lin of
Pajamas, Kecilies,
Suspenders,
Handkerchiefs.
Some Kew Goods to
arrive scon!
jr. -
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Murata & Co.
HOTEL ST., COR. KDOAEU.
'. 000
Branch Hat Store, Nuuanu St
HAWAII SHINPO SHA.
THE PIONEER JAPANESE PRINTING OFFICE
Tho publishers of 'Hawaii Shlti,
Tho only ilallv Japan paprr til
ll?hoil In tho Islands.
EDITOR M. TAKAtlASllt.
PHOPHIETOH C. SHIOZaWA.
Office: Nintanti avent:o. nUivo liro-
tanta-
r
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO
Stoam Encrinon
ISOILCRS. SUGAR MILIS. COOI-KRii
I T ICJ I V'll T T t r en vr a
Ami machinery of every dUcrlptloo
made to order. Tartlcular attealloc
paid to hlp's blackitmithln. Jot
work executed oa the shones; nolle
NOVELTIES
for dlnnrr elvln:? nnd for
luncheons and for entertaining
may le had here constantly.
LEWI5 & CO Grocers
111 FORT STREET.
folophnne 2V : : O. Box
a.an!i mm m go., o
121 Qrrn S:rc:i.
CARRI.V.i: AND WAGON I.I II.I):
Tim:; and not.!..
DEAff-NO AX I.E.".
J. MORGAN.
Ml l.i II T
.! KV VAA-.W
.m I.r:r:.v
Or.M.
ui'AL :riTit; a mtci.w.i y
No. 2 School St.. Near Smith' IlrMg-r
J
THE
SAV THAT
Malaria
AM)
T.
iaicroDES
Have small chances vhcn.SewingMacMfleS?
PURE WATER is provided!
THIS IS THE
.
5tA5UN
1 w yt drinkini water!
jneeJs to e ur fied.
You can titihe most pei
Ucct Water Filters
AND
From
At their
Fort Street Store
And at their
On Bethel Street.
iNew Shipment
SILK GOODS.
ALSO
5ras4 : Cloth, : UANDsnjxiiXEr&,
Uoylih, : Tahli: : Covers,
SILK EIETS, SILK FAJiHiS, ETC
Oanisomc Carpets for iuila and
3t&lrs.
JAPAE5E RUGS. VERY PRETTY
PATTERNS.
A largo ptock on Land to fteleci
from, at prices that will urpro
foa.
S. OZAKI,
WAYEBLSY ELOCI - HOTEL SHEET
IT IS CHEAPER
to pay a fair prlcf to hate
your watch fpairtM liy ....
iS EXPERT WATCHMAKER
than to rifk having It micM
In or!r to jac a fow rnl.
M. R. COUNTER,
Practical Watchmaker
007 Fort at.
Glr prMinal att'-mion t r;irinn
fn ar.d rfrnpliratrl watrhr-ji.
LOWEST PRICES
CONSISTENT WITH
GOOD WOR KHANS H I P.
CITY KILL CO., LTD.
nri:i:N i;i:::.ri.:i::: kt::i:i:t. !
r.
iri't.)
iTk I to t.r. !r:tak all 1
'l. of
:he a I 'i e
Work tindnakca l.y V.. ilay or Ly
contract; cstlrr.atrs furr.!hl.
Coolers
Gonircdof s. 1
'Haye You Seen
r.i.-I IUari:i
Wheeler
AND
Wilson
If r..j; jur m:rrti to
L Prescott's
A ms:i coavlacc joj ibat Utj
aro tbo tsrlc ajfh!sc suit
thrct? liars tb xxlze cf asy othtv.
ARL OU LOOKING FOR
Stocks or Bonds.
Investments or Loans,
Offices or Fire Insurance,
Safe Deposit Boxes or,
A COMPANY lW;,oal,:.
KclUTul anl Arrm4L! la axt
a Ti:rsTi:i:. nxixurroit,
ADMINISTRATOR nr i;rAIt.
1IIAN?
If . cill cm
I
m fiCntiiC? Tidsi 8 Invesfmenl Co.
CLO. R- CARTl U. Trcziarcr.
J LAN DO,
L. E. TRACY.
OOTHTTES ffi FURNISHER
1U on hand a Lev lice of
Pajamas, Golf and Slanly
Shirls.
rNii:uvi:.Mt in wool and cot
ton. WOOL AMI COT
TON SON.
Hals, Caps, Boys' and Menfs
Clothing
lini:n and crash suits iou
doys and mi:n. ni:glici:i:
OVKILSIIIUTS. STAR WAIST?.
Fort 5lret.
A LRGE ASSORTMEM OF
( CUFF
In Nunjrou IVfrlcn.
Al it bandos tlUpJay of
ULIES' AKD GESTS' BIGGS.
JEWELRY
Of all llnd toaS to order.
BIART
fOHT gT
JEWELED.
ALEXANDER A BALDWIN
Sugar Factors
AND
Commission Merchants
JUDD BUILDING.
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