TilE' PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEUTISEK: HONOU'Ll. JULY Jl. 1S99.
This is the season of the year
when TANKS interest those who like to
he sure of water for the garden, house or
stock. If you are provided with one of
Pat. Non-Shrinking Redwood Tanks
there will he none of this ( to S a. m. and
4 to G p. in. business. You will be able to
use water all day if you wish.
The Pat. Non-Shrinking Tank
has no equal. Many try to
imitate it, but you want the genuine.
Describes a Filipino Eiecotica
I viv.:sly confVod a';l ahd-l
upstairs I'.v the priest. Yo 1 u r-.-r
thv simple natives up to alnu.t an-
jtliiiiit. Mich Is tli'.r Mind !if r.r to
;the religion of their pri sts. T!vy .r
! still prayinir. with th.-Ir hands ra;d
4;in ;;::ppl:iMtion when "crash" ::t th
vnll.'y. a:il th poor r.v n 'm stra5cht-j-r.-d
up r.r.d thrown :!it 0:1 :!i ir f.ues.
; ronvnlsl shtid.! r from r.vn of th-m
' ir:d thir souls w-r with th- ()::. who
I would ju!jf thra air.un and Justly.
', Yh. third lay tv.itrhir.c at;l niu hliu
his hands, mi a miMJt walk. f.u
REMARKABLE NERVE OF VICTIMS!;?,?." SS
One of the S?hts That Wore Com
mon Before the Advent of
l: nd. Wlion the vo'i!y was find iwo
I Ull' t.s lilt the l!lidd ! of tfi. t!.r.H
Jitln:s .-(juarf in th h.'id. atj.l oa
could . a !in of his .-knll .ihoui a
lars hs a s.un r tro I'.yim; throat!) th
"We vnt uu ami ?Mk.d f.:r t'.-. .-f-
f-'rts of tin hull;. n them, and you
; cdisM sfo at a Kiano- thai thv r; y.t
M r wmikmi . ,i know what hit th-m. Tin on..." on the
-M. t. W idditield. mother of . . . . ..... ...
. . . fii was ihi straignt tnroi.sn ti;e itr.ui
Lieutenant S. W. Uiddilield. has re- '.md died instantly. Th- on.- in the , en
reived letters verifying the news of her ttr. with his head all Mow n to pjoo-s.
son's promotion. By the last mail from ' s:um an'1 ' rUhi. al
Manila .he ah an ,,.renir.y
interesting letter from him. together second. Thus died thr men for fol
with his picture taken at lloilo. which lowing what a priest hi his rrlisloii
is here reproduced. The letter, from'11"1' na'1 "'lrMl them to ilo. and in
tn'ir iutni. ianatic.il way or reason
ing thought they vri doing right.
which the following extracts have been
taken, was written at Negros Island on Such sights as this w-ro common, ev
.May 10th last: ery-day occurrences Iwfurf the adven
JL Sold by JL
E. 0; HALL 4 SOB, I
Ready - Rock
"We are located in Isabella, one of -w w , w country,
the native towns on the island." he ' lprU l . Z anll ho n-nwln-
writes, "and of all the lonesome places i nffl , ' ;lJ t,mHf KV1'1 unUMIl"
;all quiet ami did not fee! o much
line swyiarKing. We Wfre all pretty
busy with our own thoughts, and ev
ery once In a while some one would
I break the silence with "(;! how that
; middle man's head looked or 'Wasn't
it cold-blooded? As for inysHf. I will
remember It until my dying day. I
have M en heaps of .dead hodbs. ioth
native and American, and sei! men
shoot down other m n. and lrie shot
and killed some myslf. but nothing
looked so like rold-hlMded murder as
that execution of three Filipino out
"We have JusL heard that Aguinablo
lias surrendered md that all the tight-
iiug has ceased. loth In Manila and l.u
zon. How true it Is I don't know, but
we hear all kinds of rejnirts am! never
get a paper or a lino from Manila.
"The climate here Is grand and
wherever we go we strike a rhcr and
the bathing is great. I am In very
good health although I hae Just got
ten over an attack of dysentery, and.
although feeling line, am a little thin.
It is a NON-CONDUCTOR OF HEAT, which, to
gether with the fact that it is practically indestructible,
particularly recoa mends it for this climate.
OCa-ll and see it on roof at office.
FOR WATER MAINS. SEWERS AND
first liki:t. s. w. wmniriKLO.
IT. S. A.
(From ;i photo taken at lloilo. P. I.)
on earth this takes the bakery. It takes
an age to get anything here from Ma
nila, and our mail is always a couple!
of weeks late. We expect to receive
orders to leave for home any day now.
Company 1 seems to be ordered to !
march all over the island from one end
to the other while the other companies
stay in camp or march five or six miles
and back again.
"You know, of course, that we are
here to protect the peaceful natives and
those who want good government from
the raids and murders of the renegade
priest and outlaw named Ignacio Pa
pel. So whenever word comes to head
quarters that he is around any little
village or sugar plantation we are
dispatched there immediately. The oth
er night word came to us that Ignacio
was going to raid a town called Castel
liana, fifteen miles from here. So the
Captain picked out twenty of us ami
sent us there immediately to meet
him. We made the fifteen miles across
swamps and rivers in exactly four
hours on foot and reached there at 'J
o'clock in the evening. We stayed
there fifteen dajs and during that time
I saw something that I have always
wanted to see and something that
seems so much more cruel ami blood
thirsty than war. You can stand and
shoot down an opposing soldier be
cause he has his gun pointed and you
shoot to save your life, but to see an
execution of three men looks pretty
f cold-blooded and you must have pret-
Itv strong nervs to stand it without
O A MFOKNIA HARNESS ' llipehinz.
"You know the railed Slates (lov
nvninnit hero has enlisted aluiul llM
Plantation Supplies. A full line of goods in our line at ! natives as nolice. and they are gov-
Ttrlr Dnttnui PiifPQ erned and ruled by a man nam d Chmi-
kock jsouom rnces. vrxl Uanios a half.oaslo Spaniard.
We use the Extra Heavy Harues and Best "English Chains, these native soldiers are red hot
block and work throughout No. 1. ? after this band of outlaws led by Igna-
K1MPJ.F. ARTIER IS mPFfTPilIXY ! SOLICITED cio. and in one of their raids against
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nun tnev capiureu mice in m
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VITAX DRY BATTERIES. Best in the market.
STANDARD BISCUIT COMPANY.
HIGHLAND AND PET CREAMS.
C. F. MACKENZIE & CO. BROOMS, ETC. ETC. ETC.
Hawaiian Trading Co., Ltd.
Office: No. 6 Love Building, Fort St.
' i . . VM . . . . - SHOP is now prepared to i
PLANTATION MANAGERS. fuWi at short notice all !
Food Prepared With Calumet" Is
Free from Rocheilu Salt. Alum,
Limoond Ammonia. Calu
met" is tho Housewif fe'o
NONE SO CCOD.
California Sarness Shop
NO. 639 KING STREET. LINCOLN BLOCK.
Telephone 641. Just Below The Arlington Hotel.
D. O. & M. S. IIAMjNIAjS.
were tnett aim iounu Kumy u
heins outlaws and assassins ami sen-
icnceii lit ue suui. vvii"i.ii iv.iiii" i
told us that he would let us know when
the exec ution was to take place. So
lone morning he cnt us word t:i come-
! . . t . . . a I
:ip to ins neatiquarters. as un- c.vcu
!tion was to take place then.
Thi i!:iv was a .beautiful o: it
DAY S WORK.
pHiNCi:ss ok iioim:.
ti:::l.vny or vi:i.i.
And a larc t:isml"r tl. r.
was like our ideal days in lbr.ounu.
TME RPHEOM fSffit
T-2SSLHLlIYSTERY AND MAGIC!
an l MarUn in
In ConnHtitn uith
Ihe lldrtwcll Sisters,
thir un original Pyramid
Art ar.l r.it. f Strcr.cTh.
It.:: ar.d ll.i-atd In Th ir f.mclt
Marie M. Brandes,
IVt and Marien in
Ihe Wildman ol Horneo.
Ucnral Admission. C-V and v. l.ait ri fr hl!dr-n under 12 jer
!. Krjicrtcd Chairs. v. Sit i.in ! !il-.l bv tlr.cinc t:: t 1 ;d:n ilw
T. O. BALLliNT.Nlr.
STOCKS FOR SALE!
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(Assessable and PAld Up.) KlHEl
BALLENTYNE & EAKIN,
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
MclNERNY BLOCK, FORT STREET. HONOLULU.
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HacWeld I Co., .Ltd
Beg to announce the arrival of
' Iron Ship "KILHORY"
Iron Ship "WEGA"
Iron Bark "H. HACKFBLD"
Wih a !ar? asonmeni of
OILS A SI) PALT
COIU:. and PLAIX I HQS.
1WCKETS awl TV IIS,
sa rceiwxs, teakettles.
DEMI.IOIIXS, ETC ETC.
For Sale at Lowest Prices,
At Publisher's Prices.
-r,Aiti)i:. or swokik.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Hi i n
OUR SPECIALTY IS
Thrre'f a nt:ch liffTtnc? I tnc-n nluti:!iin at:! rAKI-
Anvomj can tu! n lot of into tnrvthcr atjil run of!
anvwhn lr.it will H;miu1u urfac; H?wcrasc thr "-litMl
Snnit.ary condition - rf-ct.
75-79 KING ST.
TELi NO. BJ
Moeoliilu Tobacco (Eo., Ltd.;:;
Fine Grades of Smoking Tobacco J!
Corner Fort and Merchant Sts., Honolulu.
KING ST., Next to Castle & Cocke,
EX CA11MA THENSniRi:.
j'MZz shipment of the latest styles in
iTew Style Shirts, Neckwear,
ents' Fornishings, Etc., at ihe lowest reasonablepuces.
Tho shout brlKlil :ir.l a sr.no
ind was blowing, ami t-viry vlw i-
oU lo soon that iuvi ar.l pvi. c. ,
ifi:it trt'ti.- ici iii:iii liii' t I'n.i'.ii - tii
tle tropin- niarohoil up to th
headquarters ami waited a few mo
! meats. Then (General Uamos tame
down ami picked out from anions his
Mjldiors the Lest shots and made them
into the thins squad. Directly after
! wards the three men t amo down tied
'together and ahreast f oae!i :h'r.
They were dressed in dirty working
, clothes, for according tt) a custom
anions the natives that when a man is
i .iont -m ed tt the he senIs his liest
lothes ami so forth to his neaiet rI-
itive or iriend just tne opposite m
our ide.-.s anions criminals. I honestly
'atllrm that, although the men were a
1 ...:1. .-..-.t .lwil tl f-r-r tl--
1 11 11 e iiiiwiu iin i . iik , .....
. . . i
oo r innnszri i:iev wen 1111 iiieu
j way home. The crowd around tliom
was much more affected, and many a
i boy in our squad was as white as a
'ghost. As for myself, I felt ery
squeamish. The thro- men won'
'marched, to their positions and th t:r
'ins squad took their places ah.v.u thir
!tv feet to the rear of them. iThy al-
wavs shoot their victims in th b.ck
I in this country.) I watcied
jtims as they took their pl::es.
'one of them, with all the coo'.ne
! person could possibly have. re:ch d
'down and pulled up his pants s as to
i enable him to kneel l etter, the ;amo
las I or any one woujd do if we were
afraid of creasing or bagging our pants
at the knees. Immediately on Kiueung
they crossed and reerossed themselves
and said their prayers, having pre-
i.i:avi: vorit oitni:i:s rou vnn
Fi:S?OU 1U.ACK.MANS MAKING OP
HAWAII. A few topbv j i: re.-t ?vl.
more n lh way.
Wednesday, July -19th.
ALL NEW GOODS! at goo kim's.
210 Nuuanu Street, Atovc Hold.
Th- r!"Mr.VMf' !.
of tho Ijte.vt:
Cahirjc ;r..v C::h in White.
i:m'orii!rf 1 Silk It ;.r..k t .
Tatirr C.tl r.r. ! T.11
r.rA!I Ctitton. ZC-ln. v. :! 10
critich.in:. 2" .!. I
r.t Cclor Calicv. - !. 1
lrK f!::jk"k. While a:.J Crii
!la:j. Ci; rrr.
Baby Carriages I
Cart-US'. Vrxihrr Iinovr.
Arrival of SO tor. of Now Furniture. Ilatjr
Wlr ani Wool Mattrrf?". ct.
ETenthlLlo Ix? fo'A at SAN KI1ANCI.-CO I'UICIS.
fj HxtTa llavy i:xccIlor "iHrrw, II.
10-) Extl!or Iii:owi. lr.
Pr.bv Carriages r.t Hrentlv Reduced Prices.
Oak Ile-lroom H::
SO Slpuzr.rr Chairs. II.-'.
CC0 Chair?, tx.
Cosjt ar.i th
v MATllKWS & SON, Ft knitit.k I)j:a:..t.?.
tor amner on
Wednesday. July iq
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