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xxlj, iav;ijH uuaiAUSltl'lA.L. ADVERTISER: HONOIUIiTJ, JANUARY 18, 1895.
A STATESMAN OUT CF A JOB. p-t, Ron Larccly R..pnIble For Chi d Plight In the Frent W r. China may charge her lack of success in the war with Japan to Prince Kung. bo for 22 years was prime minister of the empire. His policy was to resent and discourage all communication with foreign powers and block all attempts to place China abreast of the inarch of modern civilization. Prince Kung is the uncle of the young emperor of Chi na. and he used his high office to with hold all fair treatment from foreign na tions that were getting in close touch with China. He was timid, suspicious, insincere and temporizing. In bis rela tions with foreign powers he would do nothing until war was imminent In 1834, when the French wanted Tonquin. he condescended to argue about the matter, and when argument failed he even resorted to threats. He told them China would declare war if they attacked Sontoy, but when the French troops captured tho town Prince Kung still remained in peaceful inac- rP.INCE KUNG. tion. Seeing that there was no fight in Prince Kung, the French continued ad vancing. This aroused other leading Chinese, whose loud cry for war result ed in tho overthrow of the inert Prince Kung. Prominent among the war party that caused Prince Kung's retirement was Prince Chun, his own brother and lather of the young emperor. China then made a very fair fight, but France rucceeded in acquiring Tonquin. Statesmen of the Prince Kung stripe are responsible for China's pitiable plight today. They resisted all foreign innovations, believing that China could hide hex head in the sand like the os trich and be safe from interference. Li Hung Chang saw that China must be ready to fight foreigners with modern weapons, but men of the Princo Kung caliber 60 hindered his work that mod ern Japan is making an easy conquest of -antiquated China. WOULD NOT-CHEER FOR WILLIAM. lltrr Singer, the Socialist Who ltontly Created m Sensation In the Kelelutag. Herr Paul Singer, the socialist leader; in" the German xeichstag, who recently refused to cheer Emperor William, has. long been a successful business man in Berlin. When President von Levetzow of the reichstag sternly censured the so-; cialists because they did not rise to their feet in company with the other mem bers and cheer the monarch who seems even at this late day to believe that the king can do no wrong, Herr Singer promptly retorted that he would never join in cheering for a man who told his soldiers that at his command they must fire upon their fellow, citizens. This declaration caused a great uproar, and the prosecution of Herr Singer for lese majestic, or high treason, is within the possibilities.' Herr Singer has represented one of the Berlin electoral districts as a social ist since 1854 and has been "agin the government for many years. He is described as being very successful in business, very obstinate, very shrewd, very charitable and. very courageous. He is a Hebrew and .has made a for- HERR VXTL SINGES. rune in the manufacturing business, which be followed until his temporary repulsion from Berlin eight years ago. Since then he has devoted himself to political affairs and has been a thorn in the side of the government. A few years ago he became, interested hi the . founding of a . refuge for the homeless people of Berlin.- This place provided shelter for aU comers and did pot require a certificate of good charac ter on the part of the applicant Tho refuge was a great success until the Berlin police began searching it fre quently for suspicious characters. This procedure caused a decided falling off In the patronage, and Herr Singer in formed the- chief of police that the offi cers of - the refuge would no longer tol erate tho visits of his officers. "If yon tlo not give me your pledge that their surveillance will cease, wo shall closo the refn-e at once," he said. As tho refago vas doing a great deal of good in Berlin, the chief was compelled to givri tho required plt-dge. Fir1ns. rihl.er tmi o: short notion at th Gaztttte fiic. THE FIVE O'CLOCK TEA." Kot1 and DecoratlTe Effect Introduce with Crape Paper of Various Tints. When crape paper was nlaced titoon the market a few years ago, it com manded little attention. The possibili ties ox its development were not realized. It was not Ions, however, before its dali- cate color and effect, with its strong and uuxauie vexruxe, occasioned examina tion, and from examination has come adoption. Now it is in general use, al- riVZ O'CLOCK. TEA. though its actual possibilities are still to be realized. What this style of paper can do for the ornamentation of a home and in every corner of it is as yet un known. Something of what it can do was told not long ago in the columns of The Ladies Home Journal. With other illustrations given was that of a 6 o'clock tea, a pretty affair in the shades of violet. Masses of violets are lying here and there upon the table, which is draped with the crape paper and satin ribbon to match. It is in a delicate lav ender, with the edge tinted violet, and flowers are all in the latter shade, from a pale lavender to the darkest purple, though, if one is not partial to the darker element and would keen it light and soft, the deeper hues can be omit ted. On the lamp, which is an almost in dispensable addition to the table, there is a shade of lavender trimmed with rosettes of half inch wide lavender rib bon. Perhaps the most striking color for, an ambitious woman's tea table is magenta. As the crape paper is not pre pared in the solid magenta coloring, one may use the white with the edge tinted magenta. For the decoration great golden hearted orchids,' with the tips of their roomy petals touched with the brilliant- magenta, are fastened to the tablo with smart bows of magenta satin ribbon. If a lamp is used, the shade should be white, with a line of magenta coloring for the border, and may be rendered additionally attractive by the addition of rosettes of narrow magenta ribbon. A yellow 5 o'clock tea is particularly desirable, especially if two shades of yellow or yellow and' white are used. The flowers can be chrysanthemums or orchids. Narcissus and jonquils also form an attractive decoration when uped with ribbon of the same or contrasting color. Pink is also a good color. The light falling through a shade of this tint is soft and delicate. Convolvuli. or morn ing glories, as they are more commonly called, afford a desirable decoration, in which the pink or green coloring pre dominates. The delicate trailing vine work, from which emerges an occasion al pink cup, forms an exquisite finish to the table. Bridesmaid Gowns, y Grosgrains and various corded silks are used for bridesmaids' gowns. These crisp silk?, says Harper's Bazar, will form the wide skirt and stand out Bleeves, while some 6Qf ter fabric will be draped as a high round waist. Colored 6atins will also be chosen for these young maidens' dresses, but instead of the stately stand alone fabric worn by the bride they will wear the softer lib erty satin in delicate shades of rose pink or yellow. Gray and geranium red satins are worn by English bridesmaids, but one is too cold looking and the other too showy. A good plan is to have the cnwng of white liberty satin, complet ing them with a colored collar and belt of miroir velvet In this way variety may be given and something becoming found for each maiden, as in a group of six bridesmaids three brunettes will wear cerise or geranium velvet collars and three blonds either bluet or green collars. Still another set of four maid ens is to have mauve and golden yel low added in chiffon collars and in blouse fronts on white taffeta gowns that are dotted with these colors. White gloves and white slippers will be worn with white dresses. With colored gowns the slippers and stockings are of the same color. Tlclpe For Oranre Snow. One ounce of isinglass dissolved in a pint of boiling water. Strain and al low to stand until nearly cold. Mix with the isinglass the juice of 6 or 7 or anges, according to size and quantity of juice. Add to this mixture the whites of S eggs and sugar to taste. . Beat with an egg beater long and thoroughly un til white aad foamy. A good boiled custard, flavored with orange juioe poured around it after removing from the mold, is very nice. Fads and Faanlons. The buckle fad amounts to a craze. The favorite shapes are in the form of a heart and a circle, and these adorn the stock collars as well as the belts. For real novelties millinery takes the lead. Hats are enormous, and a shape called the "jam pot" crown, which -rises from a broad brim, has reappeared. Black satins are in great demand to make up with velvets. Dresses for daily wear continue to have plain but very full Bkirts. The necessity for a safety riding skirt has brought various kinds to light, but tho latest one invented is practically a largo apron in the saddle, and a com plete walking skirt when it is buttoned together. It does away with the disfig uring bulge at the knee, and the wearer can walk and ride with equal comfort. Th Dily Advertiser 73 cents a mouth iu advar ce. Ladies Column. In entering upon the New Year, we do so realizing that nothing can give the intelli gent or judicious buyers more satisfaction than to have us stick to our QULCK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS SYS TEM. It has been the means of saving them money on every purchase made of us. While to us it has increased our trade flfrom the day we adopted C 'We will have no shelves for shop worn goods, NEW GOODS, GOOD GOODS, STY LISH GOODS, and plenty m of them, with a reasonable price fiYftd on them will be the order of this coming year's business. We want your traae and will have it, if goods and prices have anything to do with your buying. We propose to keep in touch with New York, Paris and London, at as near their prices as is consistent. Each Department in the STORE will be found to con tain a Choice and Varied Selection of the Newest and most Fashionable Materials and Garments of every des cription. We want you to pet into the habit of expecting this, and inspecting our stock. It will save you time, trouble and money. This week we have some fine Indian Rugs, some Car pets and Curtains that you will make no mistake by buy ing. The contest over our Vol cano Trip closed Wednesday. Miss. J. Tanner, Royal School, presented us 275 checks, many of which she collected from her friends, thus enabling her to secure the ticket. Miss Greenwald came in a good second with 195 checks. B. F. EHLERS & GO. OUT OF SIGHT DOES NOT APPLY TO PICTUKES ! FOR THEY AT.E Always in Sight NOTHING BETTER FOB A Christmas -:- Present! AND NO BETTER PLACE TO GET TDEM THAN AT KING 3857-1 HOTEL PTRFET. i JJestle's Milk Food for infants has, during 25 years, grown in favor with both doctors and mothers throughout the world, and is now un questionably sot only the best substitute for mothers' milk, bat the food which agrees with the largest percentage of infants. It gryes strength and stamina to resist the weak elans' effects of bet weather, and has saved the live of thousands of infants. To any mother sending her address, and mentioning this paper, we"will ft send samples and description ot roestl s rood. Thou. Leemin & Co., Sole Agts,S9 Hurray St., N. Y. The Agency for XESTTjE'S 3IIX.K FOOD IS WITH THE Hollister Drug Company, Limited 523 Fort Street. Honolaln, H. I. McKlBBIN'S ANTIBIUOUS PILLS BOLD BY THK Ho I lister Drug Company 3859-lm BROS JOHN NOTT 174 PORTEB AND UWk L. .K N jr m fit ) T. I Steel and Iron Eanges, EOUSCXXPIKQ GOODS AITO HT&EV 0TETS1LS, AGATE WARE IN GREAT VARIETY. White, Gray and 8ilTcr-plted RUBBER HOSE LIFT AND FORCE PUIIPS. WATER CLOSETS, METALS, Plumbers' Stock, Water and Soil Plpei. Plumbing:, Tin, Copper ' 0 XttXlOZID BLOCK. 85 SOMETHING NEW ! Mexican VERY FINE. Said to be Super ior to H avaxi as 1 V Importers HOLL T8TER ot Tobaceoi, Clsara, Smokers' A.rti lem, Wai Vestas, Give the Baby FOR "4 AND IMFAMT5 INVALIDS. I 111 r w; Vfcr"-i Hi im mrnii il mm mm BENSON, SMITH & CO., Sole -Accents for trie Hawaiian Islands. ENTERPEISE PETER HIGH & CO - OFFICE JND MILIi : n Alake and Blcharda near Qneen Street, Honolulu. H X MOU X. TURNED AND rproxnpt attention to all orders. MUTUAL 55. I W AK AMI Hotel (NEXT DOOR TO PECK'S COMMISSION KOOMS.) We wish to call vour attention to our very complete stock of Japanese Silk and Cotton Crepes, H!k "Shirts and Pajarnap. A fine assortment of Silk Handkerchiefs and Neckties for Ladies and Gents. Silk Shoulder Shawls, Kimonos and Jewelry : Bamboo Screens and Mattings, Japanef e Crockery and China Ware, Parasols and Umbrellas; Lacquer Ware, Lanterns for decorations : Fancy Articlesand Toys of all descriptions, tbe verv thiugs for holiday present?. Stoves and Fixtures and Sheet Iron Work, and 07 KXZQ STREET, - ttr t&em. Etc.. XCto. " A Perfect Nutriment ro growing Children, convalescents. Consumptives, dyspeptics, and tbe Aced, and in Acute nine and all Waatlnc DIseaaea. THE Best Food for Hand-fed Infants. Orit ROOK for the Instruction of mot hers, "Tbe Care and Feed f ng of Infants," will be ma!!edre to any address, upon request. DOLIBER-GOODALE CO, BOSTON, MASS., U- 8. A. PLANING MIL! - - Proprietors. 3D INGS, Frames, WORK. SAWED o BELL SHOTEN, Street. & CO IWAKAMI SHOTEN. JUST SHOVED -! J, T. Waterhotls!) la 10 Store LADIES AND OEITT,8 BATHING StJITS! Ladies' and Children's Cloaca and Jackets, Craildrn Pinafore, Silk, Shetland and Wcsl Shwli KID GLOVES, nTTAXTHTQ IT ladies' and children's i Hats and B TRIMMED AND UNTRHTHED, uress uooas in great variety, Rainbow and Embroidered Gratia. " AT -J JL' CCIUUCJL O CUL1UL JL" AIT 11 UiU Silk and Velvet Ribbdnp, Leather and Silver Belts, Novelties in RueMiie Chiffon Handkerchiefs ana ' -Ties, LACE AND EMBEOIDEILSD ' JL JLI J J JLl VAAI VI hJ : : . ; 8523 ? I The Latest by - the "China! Silk Goods, Silk Shirts, Silk Underwear, Straw Hats. Cotton Crape, Also a fine assortment of JAPANESE -:- GOODS ! Of every description. JTbe finest Japanese Goods in town. K. FTJEUTA, Eolinsoii Block, Hotel Street 3653-y Something I have just, returned from tb Coast and have opened np a complete stocky of Groceries. Everything and anytlnng from supar to the choicest of luxuries. My motto is to give VALUE -FOB VALUE. Everything new and fresh Come and set my prices and be con vinced. 3 H, GUY, Cash Grocer. Hotel acd Union sts , opp Arlinjrton Hotel. 3iftm dli!