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THE PACIFIC COMMEKC1AL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU. OPTO HER V2. 1SCX
.Kainlani Tract Situated on the east side of Kalihi Valley. The view to Pearl Harbor is the best in the eity of Honolulu. The soil is very deep; no stones or rocks on the place. Water will be laid before pur chasers are ready to build. A space will be set apart in memory of the late Princess Iva itilani for a park. The lots will be sold at the low est prices .in the market, with 'which other real estate agents will uotafford to compete. Applications for lots will be received at our office, and will be given preference of chosing lots in the order they are received. For 'further particulars apply to -&.CO. Real Estate Brokers. WEST KING ST. October -4, 1899. 10 Children's Photos Are the hardest of all to make' well until you become accustomed to the task. Mothers tell us" we are at our best when making photos of the little ones. Our quaint, unique poses faith ful likenesses and dainty style of fin ishing photos find favor in every mother's eyes. Preserve baby's pretty face in one of Walliams photos. WILLIAMS, Fort Street- G1H HILL CO., LTD. QUEEN & KEKAULIKE STREETS. (Ewa Side of Old Fish Market.) P. 0. Box 951. Tel. 101. Beg to announce that they are now prepared to undertake all branches of the above business. Work undertaken by the day or by contract; estimates furnished. E.E. HITCH Market Warehouse Building, Queen Street. Practical Sail Maker Estimates Given for all Kinds of AWNINGS, TENTS, TRUNK COVERS, TARPAULINS, WAG ON COVERS, FIELD COVERS, ETC. v Stock Furnished at Fair Frizes. Work Done Satisfactorily. All HU STAGE & CO., DEALERS IN Wood arid Coal ALSO White and Black Saad Which we will sell at the very !cwest market rates. Telephone No. 414. W.C. Ach M. ART I . in i on lis. NEW BILL TER tonight. at ORPHEUM THEA- OUR LITTLE HAMMER Keeps Knocking Right Along. We are sole agents for the celebrated HAi1.II. : DRY : PLATE It is the best Dry Plate on earth. The little hammer is our trademark and you can fully rely on our plates for they are made expressly for this cli mate. Come and get a sample package. The Le Munyon PHOTO SUPPLY CO. 426 Fort Street Photographic Portraits Perfect satisfaction guaranteed or money returned. PLATINUMS. CARBON EFFECTS, CARBONS, IRIDIUMS, and ALL. GOOD PHOTOGRAPHIC PAPERS. SIX HUNDRED FIRST-CLASS VIEWS TO SELECT FROM; LATEST PICTURES OF THE RECENT VOL CANIC ERUPTIONS. -oo- asm PHOTOGRAPHIC Co.fv LIMITED. V MOTT-SMITH BLOCK. Corner Fort and Hotel Streets. WHAT A FUSS To Keep Your Cash Straight. I Does the Business. C" MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS! IRON FENCES, BUILDING IRON II. E. IIENDHICK, PROP. 611 King street. 'Phone 50!!. FOR Two Weeks Only Great Reduction Sale. CHIYA & CO. (Formerly JKurata & CO.) HOTEL ST., COR. NDDAHD. Branch Hat Store, Nuuanu St. CHOICE VEAL, MDTTOH BEEF, pork -oo- Saus3ges. Liver, Head Cheese and Breakfast Bo logne at the CENTRAL MEAT MARKET. 214 Nuuanu St. Tel. 104. L. KONG FJSE. MERCHANT . TAILOR 23 Fort St., Opp. Club Stables. fTNE SUITS TO ORDER AT REA SONABLE RATES 'Suits cleaned and repaired. Saii Caction gTiaranteed. MRS. L. F. MYERS, DRESS MAKER LATE FROM CALIFORNIA, WILL cut, fit and make all kinds of ladles costumes; will go out by the day. Ho nolulu Hotel, opposite the Queen. D353 lor n mi WORK IN ENGLISH Pastors' Aid Society is Needed Here. Some Extracts from Retorts of Pistors of Eng Ish Cburcbcs on the Hawaiian islands. The following In relation to mis sionary work in Kngiish on the various Islands of the group is taken from the last annual report of the Hoard of Mis sions: This is a work of rapidly increasing importance, but one. from the very nature of the case, exceedingly diffi cult to handle. We undertake to as sist white communities to secure preaching, but we wait for them to organize. Our plan Is to work through those who supervise the native work let them establish services in Knir. lish where they can, and when pastors are called to take eharce of EnclUh- speaklng congregations we are glad, where it is practicable, to engage them to act part of the time as our superin tendents of the native work. We can thus help in their support and in the enlargement of their sphere of Influ ence. This has been most stirrfvtsriil- ly done on the Island of Kauai and we are seeking to achieve a similar result on Maul and Hawaii. While rarlne for the native churches on Kauai Mr. Lydgate has succeeded In establishing two congregations for services In Eng lish, in one of which a church organi zation has been formed. He reports as follows: "The English work continues to aid and supplement the Hawaiian. A church organization has been formed in Lihue with which a good propor tion of the church-going community have identified themselves. The serv ices are held on Sunday afternoon In the native church, the care and repair of which is assumed by the foreign congregation. "A very interesting and promising work is being done with the children among whom we have three most en joyable little societies, in which we aim to combine Instruction and recre ation In a pleasant and profitable way: They are exceedingly popular with the children, who cry to come. My wife renders most valuable assistance, es pecially in this vurk.M On Maui Mr. Lewis has held regu lar English services in Walluku and liana and also an occasional one at Lahainaluna. Mr. Hill, besides car ing for the native church in Olaa. has an English Sunday school service there, and al an English congrega tion in Pahala. Kau. to which he speaks once a month. He also speaks monthly at Xaalehu and Walohinu. There is great need that just such a work should be undertaken in the Ko nas, where the native population Is nu merous and the white population Is increasing. On this Island of Oahu. too. there is a large ami inviting field which yet another man might take with great benelit to our work. Such a man might form on this Island a much-needed Pastors Aid Society for native pastors, while at the same time earing for some English congregation. We have to acknowledge again the great aid, both pecuniary and other wise, which we have received from the pastor and members of the Central Union Church, of which Uev. W. M. Kincaid was installed pastor Ieeeni ber 12. 1S.s. From this organization come the officers and most of the art ive members of our board. Pastors Ueckwith and Cruzan are constantly giving us their aid. We are indebted to the Hllo "Local Committee." of which Mr. Cruzan Is chairman, for the diligent attention and wise direc tion they have given to the native work in their district. Messrs. Mas- sle and Austin are also full of help fulness in their respective parishes. Mr. Baldwin, on Maul, a member of our board and of our local committee. represents the Pastors Aid Society of that Island, and has given great sup port to the native work. The special work Is more directly reported by those of our missionary superintendents engaged in it. A SAFE PLACE. Gen. Lee tohl an amusing story this morning to a reporter. hen he was about todeliver his address at the Con federate reunion In Craig county recent ly someonecame to him and asked him if he would not speak to an old colored man who wished to spo.ik to him. The general consented, and the old negro, whose name was S.im, and who had fought throughout the war. came and received the proffered hand, flen Lee at once began to put question to the old fellow, who answered with wonder ful skill. The general then asked him where he had seen the best time du ing the war. "At Chickamaug.i." at once replied the darky, "because I ran as soon a the tiring began." 'Rut how did you know which wiy to run in such a hot battle?" asked Gen. Lee with a merry twinkle in his eye. "I went directly to the safest place and the first I could find " answered Sam, coming to his climax. Again ho was asked how he could te!l which ulace was ?afe. "I knowed it was safe," replied Sim. " 'cause I skipped for de p!ac whar d generils was.". Gen. Lee enjoyed the jok- an 1 laugh ed heartily at the darky's wit. Char lottevllle, Ga., Chronicle. Hire are a terrible torment to tne little folks, and to some oldar one. Doane'e Ointment neTer fails. inctiAt relief nd permanent enee. At y chemlfft'e. E0 ete. LABOR PROBLEMS Experience Gained in the British Colonies. It Is fow Demositratel That the Eat IcJlan Coo'le Is th? Mas for West InJUa Plaatattoss. In tin future of our Wot Ir.di.m col onics the lahor problem mut bulk larcely on coolies, for white mn can not work in tnc blazing heat of the plantations and the descendant f the people we enslaved will not. The "nift ier" has no taste for agricultural la bor. and bliss to him the hady ld of a hut and half-a-dollar In bis pock et. To work the estates first Portu guese, thn Chinese and lastlv IList Indian coolies were Imported. The Portuguese made money and went Into business as storekeepers: the Ch'.nese followed suit In a smaller way; and hardly an indentured laborer of either race is to lc found now on the sugar estates. Th East Indian coolie has done better In agriculture, but ecn though there Is a total of lll.tn-o of them In Hrlllsh Guiana alone, the available labor is far below what Is necessary. Mr. Chamlerlaln has sanc tioned the emigration of i.OoO this year, but unless that standard Is main tained for several ean to come, the vant of labor will te as pronounced as it Is now. When his ten years of service are up for the first five Ire Is an indentured laborer. In the second five he Is qualifying for tils passage money home the coolie gc back to India, and this Is the drawback of the system; for If he settled he would do well for the colony, and the colony thinks so much of him that It U pre pared to do almost anything to keep him. lltit, of course, home is home. and when the dusky son of the Ilast performs his share of the contract, he ha., a perfect right to go If he pleases. Hut the Colonial Offltr might with very great advantage to both the In dies Increase the proportion which Is allowed to come annually, so that tin numixT in active mtvicc should neer get below a certain level. During the three years which ended with 1MO there were over lG.Ooo immigrant of the class, while during, the ubsctiu lit three years the total was less than t;.:ii. So that Instead f Increasing. the "working" total Is decreasing, and th.it. too. In the face of the fact that wiin cooite laiKir ami iioiiiitig cls tan iiu minor inuusirics or wnun tiie op ponents of countervailing peak Hour Ish to any extent. The Ilarhado.4 man. himself as black as the an of pads. and hit lined to belittle the eoo'Je Ih- cat'sc ff hi iilor h call him " k" with a heartiness that would be positive IliMilf nc' o:i the part of th" whitest man that ever was won't work icgularly on th estates. Wlin the hurricane of autumn piiyed sail bavoe in lUrl.ii. and St. Vir.: !:!. agents were tnt to the isl.un! ti of tvr woik in icturar.i to r.f"") im :i. They offered a llire Months r iis.it; merit. gooi wages, tree funis.' accom modation and loetiieal attendance, but evi ii that did not meet with the dgree of suece.s one wo?thl have extitnl. .Mr. Dune. in says they recruited 111 only, and Mr. Sommcrson told me thy lid not turn out what cor' 1 d scribed as a brilliant bargain. They are basking in the sunshine of thlr Islands now. with the heartiest wishes of their mainland employers that their rest Is congenial. The man for the West Indies Is tne Hast Indian ctMilie. anil before long It Is hoped he may te- gin to realize that himself. So far he has not iwen averse from trying the experiment of Maying on. and on st- tlements In !:ef,uetK. IVmerara and Hrllre there are altoKthr nUm! !. fni nnlnlnttired rooli maklnc th most on ll. of thrlr ttwn of th rnltl vatlon of rice. Of thlr tirre.s I will tell you later: hat Is nought to ! Impres?el now Is that the Vcjt Indian planter has, without loiintls nnd without the gibes of naj-at-bim Hrltons. nult enouch to xrx bis jnu! Glasgow IlrrnM. Just a Cough T!i is is its storv : r At first, a slight cough. At last, a lu'inorrhagtv At first, easy to euro. At last, extremely difficult. quickly conquers your hack ing cough. There is no douht about the cure now. For oer half, a centurv Ayer's Cherry Pe:tonil has been curing colds and coughs and preventing consumption. Put up la Unt anJ 910111 tottlcs. A cure is hastened bv plac ing over the chrst one of Dr. Aycr's Cherry- Pectoral Plasters. Prtfirti ly Dr. J. C Aytr 4 C, UvtO. VSJL, HOLLISTEn DRUG CO.. Aci more . NEW BOOKS 2 At Publisher's Prices. -THE SWALLOW. -GADFLY. -GARDEN OF SWORDS. -REAL HAWAII. -DROSS. -CAFT. COURAGEOUS. -DAY'S WORK. -LADY URSULA. -PRINCESS OF HOPE, -DREYFUS CASE. -XJNC1LVNTED STONE. -ISLAND EMPIRE. -TRELAWNY OF WELLS -OUTSIDERS. -And a Urge number of other. LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR PRO FESSOR BI.ACKMAN-S MAKING OF HAWAII. A fe coplej Jujt receiTcd.land Lottom of Crod It Issued on more on the way. Tiios. . G. Thrill (Hi flaiilQO Trust l lafBslceat Co. (LIMITED.) STOCKS AND DONDS We bay and ell strictly on coxnaUtlon all Crtt czsm stocks and bonds. Meabera of Honolulu S:ock Ezchxcm. WE IJOXS MONEY ON BOND AND MORTGAGE. tiiustkks we can icxaliy act ai Truitee. Administrator. Executor or Guardian, and are wall orraa- Izcd to look after jour aSalrs. Trust fundi rtcclre proopt acd careful attention. We collect la come for persons residing abroad. and will look after your affairs while you Are traveling. AGENCIES We will undertake to or ganize stock romrtanle and secure subscribers for stock on legitimate enterprise Intended to derclop the Industries of HawalL INSURANCE We hare the ar.cncy for ono of the best Fire Insurance Companies In the world, and Issue risks n pains I fire on mill, dwell In?s. stores, warehouses, mcrctan dise and furniture. SAFE DEPOSIT IIOXI? (for fe- fcecplns of anything Taluable) We rent at reasonable fljrures bur- Klar and fireproof s-nfes, Rlrlra; the keys Into your pofj'loo. GEO. P. CARTER. Treasurer. 403 Fort Street, Hono!r.lu. Telephone No. 151. E.STAIlLlSHi:i IN BISHOP & CO Bankers TRANSACT A GENERAL RANKING AND EXCHANGE IIUSINEFS. Commercial und Trarelers letters o Credit lued. available In all the Principal Cities of the World. INTEREST allowed af:e July 1st iv? on fiiel drrolts: 3 months 2 rej I ctnl; c months 34 per cent; 12 ta oaths I pr cent. BISHOP & CO. SAVINGS BANK On October Int. 1??. and continuing until further notice. Sirlsci Depoilti will l reeelred and Interest allowed by thU Ilank at four and one-half per rnt pr annum. The term. ru;ea ana rrsiibitlors of the Hawaiian rottu ivinzs Ilank will t-e adoptei aj far an It is practicable to appiy i-cza. ana the Cash Hejirve of 1V5 a required under the I'otal Act will be main tained. Irlnled ro-!cn cf the Rulcf and Itej- ulatlons may lw obtained on appllca- bishop &, CO. Honolulu. September 7. Ht. C. BREWER &.C0 L'D. Q'lten Street : : Honolulu. IL L AGENTS JOR Hawaiian Agricultural Company. Oao mea Siijrar Company. Honomu Sugar Company. Walluku Scrar Company. American B-jpor Co Make Sujcmx Company. 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