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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, AUGUST, 5, 1399. ffl merva The new effervescent aperient for the Liver, Blood and Stomach. Invaluable for persons of sedentary habits. Sold Everywhere. ooc Minerya Mirillo Is a mild and pleasant, but exceeding ly effective aperient, keeping the blood pure, regulating the liver, clearing the complexion, removing gouty matter from the system, and generally ward ing off disease. Made from, and con taining all the valuable properties of, ripe fruit. Prized by travelers, sea faring men, and residents in hot cli mates. A sure preventive of diarrhoea, and a delightful invigorator of the constitution. When used eimply as an effervescing beverage, it has most sal utary results. Valuable for all persons of sedentary habits, removing de pression and head affections, and gen ially bracing up the nervous system. Gonsalyes & Go. Bole Agents for Hawaiian Islands for the Minerva Preparations. GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR'S New Book Bulletin ! BOOKS : AND : STATIONARY. 31G FORT STREET. "The Development of E n g 1 is h Thought," by Simon N. Patten, Ph.D. "Swallow," by II". Rider Haggard. "The Wizard," by II. Rider Haggard. "The Fowler," by Beatrice Harraden. "The Rough Riders," by Theodore Roosevelt. "The Trail of the Gold Seekers," by Hamlin Garland. "The Downfall of the Dervishes,"' by E. N. Bennett. "Waldtraut," by M. Rudiger; transla ted by C. LeDuc. Crook, Ph.D. . "The Minor Tactics of Chess," by F. K. Young and E. C. Howell. "The Major Tactics of Chess," by F. K. Ycung. "Outsiders," by Robert W. Chambers. "Dross," by Henry Seton Merriman. "With Kitchener to Khartum," by G. W. Steevens. "Prisoners of Hope," by Mary John ston. "The Open Question," by Elizabeth Robins. mo iwnlo. SARATOGA CPV SARDEENS. SALT MACKEREL EELS IN JELLY. SMOKED EELS. METTIVURST SAUSAGE GRAPES. NUTS. SHREDDED CODFISH. WHE-VTINE. SEMOLA. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. R. OATS. GERMEA, Etc. SHREWSBURY MA YON ESSE DRESSING. CHICKEN TAMALES. CHILI CON CARNE, Etc -- Salter's Grocery. OKPILEUM BLOCK. FORT STREET TELEPHONE 680. tod the Hawaiian Gazett Special Machinery. J. J. fflcCabe Double Spindle Lathe Heaviest Lathe Work. Two Lathes in One. Ditect Acting Electric Motor W hen Desired. II . ir r i I I i itiiinn if til '.'J IX USE BY O. R. & L. CO. ORDERED BY OAHU SUGAR CO., WAIALUA AGRICUL TURAL SUGAR CO., HONOLULU SUGAR CO. KIHEI SUGAR CO. OTHER SPECIALTIES: Gray Planers, Barnes & McCate Drill Presses, Combined Upright and Radial Drills, Shapers, Universal Milling: Machines, Combined Bolt and Pipe Cutters. . Henry D. Roberts, Agent, Pacific Hardware Co. Ltd. Machinery Department. ehold ML o ooo- Do you realize what a number of articles the above two words imply? You will be surprised to find how many f them you can get at Dimond's. We are dis playing in our large window a few articles which perhaps you thought we do not keep for sale Among them you will see Pearline, Machine Oil. Stove Polish, (Enamaline) Shoe Polish, Axle Oil, Harness Oil, Silver Polish, Knife Polish, Solarine (The new metal polish. We are distributing fiee samples of this wonderful article. Electrozone (A first class disinfectant). : oo LIMITED. IMPORTERS OF Crockery, Glass and House Furnishing Goods, SOLE AGENTS, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS "JEWEL" STOVES for coal or wood. "GURNEY" CLEANABLE REFRIG ERATORS. NEW BLUE FLAME WICKLESS OIL STOVES, PRIMUS STOVES. - EST .'.ILxi. -i. -tJ Sitppli it mmmm - : -;.fM - ;..vV: LOGAN AT OMAHA Is Interviewed on Island Affairs. What Honolulu's Veteran Editor Has to Say on the Anomalous Situation Here. Dan Logan, secretary of the Hawaii an Commission to the Omaha Imposi tion, has been interviewed by the Oma ha Bee on affairs in the Islands, and this is what he had to say: "The Hawaiians will probably, as a general thing," said Mr. Logan, "ac cept the situation when the United States Congress gives a new form of government to the Islands. With a few exceptions, mainly composed of office-holders and employees of the Government, the natives have until now refused to take nart in nublic af fairs, while those whom they blame for the loss of their country's independ ence, as they call it, hold power. This attitude was very pronounced when registration was going ahead lately for a general election, which, under the laws of the Republic of Hawaii, would have come due next autumn. No pub lic money may be expended without legislative authority, and, in the event of Congress failing to pass the Hawaii an Territorial bill tbe coming session a deadlock would certainly ensue in all public business of the Islands if a new Legislature had not in the meantime been elected. President McKinley, you may have read, ordered President Dole to call o:f the local election, giving strong assurance in a confidential note that the Hawaiian bill would pass at the ensuing session of Congress. "Before the election was stopped, as I was going to say, it was proved that the great bulk of the natives were go ing to disfranchise themselves by ne glecting to register. Some of their most inlluential leaders urged them in vain to grasp the franchise so that they could vote out of power those who had overthrown the monarchy, not with any idea that they could restore the old form of government, but just to show their strength and have a lit tle quiet revenge. "I have no doubt that, after United States laws are given equal sway with the United States flag over the group the natives will generally avail them selves of the privileges of American citizenship, carrying, of course, their due share in the government of their own country. "The people as a whole desire an end to the present anomalous state of af fairs. It occasions great confusion. Our jury system, for instance, is different. We require simply the vote of three quarters of the jury to condemn a man, where you require a full agree ment. Just now there are a dozen or more cases in the Supreme Court as a result of the conflict of the two sets of laws. "The country has taken a new start since the United States took hold. Sev eral heavy investments have been re corded, and enterprises involving the expenditure of $20,000,000 have been set on foot. A big railroad is in process of construction through the sugar belt. Sugar is our chief crop. Coffee as yet has done little more than demonstrate that it is the equal of the best quali ties produced in any country. Omaha last year gave the opportunity of widespread proof of this claim." The Dean Estate. William R. Castle, administrator of the estate of William Dean, has filed his final accounts and petition for dis charge. He charges n'imself with $11, 975.07 and asks to be tallowed $2,136.68, leaving a balance due the heirs of $9,838.99. SAMOA N NEWS VIA GERMANY. BERLIN, July 26. The National Zeitung publishes an article, contain ing information as to the proceedings of the Commission appointed to con sider and decide upon the Samoan question, in which it says: "The Eng lish wanted to establish a force of 800 men, under English command, to main tain order. The Commission was un able to agree to the proposition, but consented to establish a peace force of 1,000 men, drawn equally from the two native parties, under command of their officers, not concerned in the recent events.. In accordance with this agree ment, an English and a German lieu tenant will each have charge of 500 men, under the superintendence of an American captain." ST. PETERSBURG. July 26. The body of the Tsarewitch was interred today in the Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul, in the presence of the Tsar, the Dowager Empress and other mem bers of the Imperial family, and Prince Waldemar of Denmark. Auction Sale OF WOODEN BUILDINGS. ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON At the premises, Waikiki, I will sell at Public Auction: THE 2-STORY BUILDING Fronting cn the Beach at the Peacock premises. 2-STORY BUILDING Known as the McCully Villa. STABLES AND CARRIAGE HOUSES. All buildings to be removed within 15 days from day of sale. JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctn. JAS. F. MORGAN Broker, I If Ju nnn n 33 Queen Street. P. 0. Rox 594. Telephone 72. Real Estate Corner Alapai and Beretania Streets. The undersigned offers at private sale the residence of Mrs. S. E. Damon on Beretania. Young and Alapai streets Containing 275-1, uoo acres, and hav ing frontages of 233 feet on Beretania street: 331 feet on Alapai street; 3S0 feet on Young street: 29." feet at rear: Together with all buildings and im provements. Plan of property at my office, where all needed information can be ob tained. JAS. F MORGAN, 33 Queen Street. Sites AT MANOA FOR SHLB. oo HAVING PURCHASED A TRACT of the finest land in Manoa for resi dence sites, I will now receive appli cations from parties desiring to pur chase. These lots are immediately in front of the residence of H. E. Cooper, Esq., and command a grand view of Manoa Valley and the picturesque country to Diamond Head. There are 10 lots in 2 series, 5 front ing on the w est, or main, Manoa road, and 5 facing on Liholiho street. The lots are each 100 feet wide and from 106 to 280 feet deep. Government water main laid past the lots on West Manoa road. Early applications necessary. Map of the property and all information in regard to terms of purchase, etc., at my office. JAS. F. MORGAN, 33 Queen street. r-Hrs day. Auction Sale O F" - Ml r i i i m i On Saturday, August 599 AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, At my salesroom, 33 Queen street, I will sell at Public Auction, A FINE RESIDENCE LOT ON THE CORNER OF WILDER AVENUE AND KEEAUMOKU STREET. Size of lot: s 154.8 on Wilder avenue. 147.75 on Keeaumoku street, 150 along J. F. Humburg lot, 109.8 along adjoining lot. Contains 19,288 square feet. This is an elegant building site, and is adjacent to the properties of J. L. McLean, C. M; Cooke, E. W. Peterson, and J. F. Humburg. For further particulars apply to J as. F. Morgan, Auctioneer. THIS DAY. Residence Property AT AUCTION. On Saturday, August 5. '99, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, At mv salesroom, 33 Queen street, I will sell at PUBLIC AUCTION 3 FINE RESIDENCE SITES ON KE WALO STREET, NEAR LUNA LILO STREET. Each lot has a frontage of 100 feet on Kewalo street and a depth of 270 feet. These are all fine, level lots, contain ing 27,000 square feet each. Maps and further particulars at my office. JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer. Auction Sale OF WOODEN BDILDINGS. ON MONDAY, AUGUST 7TH, At the premises, Queen street, opposite tVin Knwaihao Church. I will sell at Public Auction, at 12 o'clock noon SEVEN COTTAGES AND ONE STORE. Now on the premises to be occupied by the Honolulu Brewing & Malting Co.; buildings to be removed within ten days from day of sale. JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctnr. Residence I)! 1 111 VI K 1 1 si i RETIRING BUSINESS SALE TO THE PUBLIC: The firm of A. E. Murphy & Co. will retire from the shoe business, com mencing July 24th, 1S99. Wo intend to close out within two months time, and to do so will reduce the price of our stocks of shoes BELOW COST. This is a bona fide sale; no catch trap; no buncombe about it a genuine retiring sale. Now is the time to get shoes, and our shoes are all new and the correct shapes. The sale will be for cash onlv. oo A 205 Hotel St., Just Arrived: MULES Hcfeteimi o o HORSES 56 HONOLULU STOCK YARDS Co. W. S. WITHERS, Manager. Corner Queen and Alakea Streets. If You Want a Comfortable, Low Phaeton OR - Stylish Buggy OR Roomy Call and Inspect TW RETML STORES, Corner Fort and King Streers and Waverley Block, Bethel Street. HENIRY MAY & C. OH) SUCCESSORS TO Waterhouse. Henry May & Co, H. E. Mclntyre & Bro. J. T. Tea Dealers and Coffee Merchants lptii1 Qtnrc ' Corner Fort and Kiug Streets, KCldll OIUIC. Waverly Block, Bethel Street. Wholesale Department, Bethel Street. Telephones: FRM MURPHY & CO Arlington Block. Surrey Our Large Stock ! We just received direct from the factory per S. S. Australia. Prices Lower Than Ever. (&o SclhyiniDsiini FOltT STREET. Fort Street, 22 and 92. Bethel Street, 21 and 919.