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TUB PACIFIC OOMHjBHOIAL ADVEItTlSKit; JIONOLU MJ, A PHI J. 8. 11)5.
r STORK FASHIONS. INDICATIONS THAT LONG THAINS WILL AGAIN BE POPULAR II... Vu. It-i.i i.ui. Hi Ml.l. I t.ttvut liuportatlou im.. tria i lu" .. it ... .... i . . i- i-t aiul I iu-u "itui i'l OSS MMMI fCtofq right, s Amin. au l'r . A.- i . tvr thtCO vt l'iir lri'aai- win. t-iv loug train-. h.o not froen t-y Pftotlrotai were ik4 hmg onouah 4 uuao than ih ig . iMiiplo if inohts on tin tloor In th tW. tutt fivm n.uio uulw.i tiou U wcuiul iuv rtpior that vo r i li -iva trailing v ml of -ii3 ami oat In -tw.kln Auu'iii; J ho iM.inltli'ont iln'- in wetMlng mittU Jurt vvoivei lrvm t'lUli ther atm four tratncU vlrtfji mertUnt uotlc?, not only for theinnelvtvi, hut hn iit tcn-N tipraM lUv ntnv lon.uiuro in n uncertain toviiea. Diia or. llicm. a satin uiu-tu'ss oi nuo green, with naai-ma of iris ami loaw natural alzo Vtn in. !.it! a ir.tiu uiituo f ihvo I'uihtoHlouU ilk nu-Un This miis put on in a SUN ( muhh jabot lr.t I' il l. vi NHMXti UMfl'MIK ry. iHivrring tlio n hoh' of tlu Imv'k brvadih and f or m 1 n two deep BOJUlopf at the bottom, Whleh hung lowor t ban tho bkirt. In front there wen two loot fan fall hiadtnl by tiny hum-hoi of nmuvo ftvithors to rvpront tin iris. Tho t-orsago was pointed front ami back and laivd in the Kvk. Around tho low nook was a wido hand of otrioh tYaih'r croaiu color, with occasional purple tips. Tho tniln to this gown was but half rt yanl longer than the rest of the skirt. Auotber striking gown was of baby bine peau lie sole, with a orfoctly plain -kirt it s to t;n front. In the back were three AMp geniot plaits teaching to a train nearly one yanl long. Kach gvnlet wasscal lopotl out so that each one might bo said to be a separate train. Down tho sidosof tho tirsi plaits w. re set three rosot Cos of blue r suc. ami a: the foot tf tho scam of tho front breadth two more. The corsago was embroidered in white. There was a slashed bertha of tiio silk edged with nar row embroidery. Tho sleeves were puffed and had chatelaine cuffs. The waist was t tic quite low all around. The chief point, however, was tho train, with its effective arrangement of the godots in forming the scalloped train. There is a white satin gown winch might well be for a bridal robe, only it isn't. This has a sweeping train, cut wide and flaring and made quite stiff with lin ing. Down the front there Is a zigzag !attern wrought of gold thread and emer ald beads. Turned backward from this is a flat row of rich lace on each side. All around the bottom is a straggling gold embroidery, and set at intervals Is a small bunch of bluets. The waist Is trimly pointed and of fluted satin, with the em broidery pattern wrought over it. There are three bunches of bluets on the corsage. This train is wide and voluminous rather than extra long ami is sloped as little as possible. There was a satin duchess of the palest maise. with a train four yards and a half long, measuring from the belt. This was both long and wide, but was so arranged as net to spread out as much as the last mentioned one. At intervals of half a yard there were tufts of three white os trich plumes and between them a little gold embroidery. There was more of this down the front breadth seams. The waist was tight litt ing and of the same material, caIloped on the bottom with gold thread. The bertha was of draped crepe lisse em broidered. The jileeves were small puffs of the satin. The whole dress waa lined with white taffeta and had several pinked ruffles co vt n d with lace fastened in as a balayense. There must Ix? a stiff interlin ing to give tho whole the body necessary for a train. Those intending to, wear train! gowns will .be obliged to take Jts pons in their management, and who knows but some clever woman will not at once start n school for the pnrpose and ( harge $7i a lesson? rSho would get it too. Here is another innovation in fashion. In handsome hexise and tea gowns the watteau plait is laid down the front in- kasli nvrsa bokxf.ts. tead of thf hark. The effect Is graceful, but from soma reason it is not all that could be desired. Perhaps for that very reason the front wattcau plait will inak a "hit." The most of the new garments, however, are marked by good taste and suitability. I remember noting a binrk twilled slHc for a young lady. "I he -kirt wa plain and laid in capnehin plaits. The waist was a simple spencer, with a erushrd vrlvet lelt. There was a pooflcbfc yoke of two tonl crrpon. red and black, bord'Ted with jet. The sleeves were, pnfff wit h a ruffle at the elbow, a very plain bur lganfc toilet. A very quaint gown for a yoong lady had the skirt, ent plain. It was of brown shep herds' plaid. Th'- waist was nrrangod in pinaff.rr style, with draped folds across J he Cftest. Tar sleeves wrr lotipf and lo'sj and wldfe The guiiope M0d f.-re arms wrro f hunter- gtet&t v iv t. This niade a Wfry griia and ptettj iKtfif. I ought to .nentioj. thai tftew was a Cameron cape, of the plaid t- b gj W dh with thK lined witii ffke&t and ;f.'.- eimngisable silk. Foi a dignified elde rly haly theTe was a fuperb black tootlfe, -.vith fall skirt gath ered in tho back an ? ft fr to flare in nat oral folds. If was plain in front, the magnificent material being Its own best. MfKanetti The waist was sewed in one tmM r.jy in the back, and it reached to m lliuu poioi ah mount! ua wain motfi o, i , mtv hill doui-io frill ,,f biai k , hir lou At tho not l thuro was a doepdouhlo ruflto tif tin' thlffoii htwtdotl by a doUbhi tm Ling of I he battio. Tho olouVr WAM 'f tho mono, gigot ah.q.i . wuii i hatulaiioi ouffa. Where tho i hUtoli DOliAl closed In It, ait there waa a long bow and ends of I'Mrton i ttuuL f mentioned bofotolb great qttuntllii-a of black chiffon now Used ti trUtt tho walitn of ;:ovn and to make the fancy w Ritll White Vests, whet In t of broadcloth, allk, tatln, nlvol ot cotton goods, s ill t.o aeu tit yieat numbers way nhortly, and also no cud of whllo linen ohltt fronts and col lara Tho collars turn down deeply and have rxmudtog coi ttoeu Thwy tin not look luascultne iu the bvtat a. ...... Tho jet. Lot to be worn with thent have rolling collars niut lately any ret era Tho pointed cor kago for all kluda of dtoasca Is now one of the certainties, and It Is graceful and gives a trim tlgutc. as no sttaight 1 can I aaw a bc.tuf If ul marina blun ttgurotl taffeta rMOiIng gown inado this tt Tho skirt was a demttratn and trimmed around the bottom with a roll of olik ami was faced with pala pink allk, which ahowed with every movement of thetraln The sklrf was adjusted over the hips, and all t ha fullness w as OMfiod ttho back The waist Wits pointed and the point out lined by a bias band of black velvet. The waist as trimmed with a bluo chiffon drapery and tosettcs, one of blue and tho other of coral pink. Thero was a regular chain mall pattern all over the waist made of cut Jet beildS. The sleeves wore of pink crepo do chine, with elephant ear points of the silk Altogether this was a strlk lngly beautiful ami original gown. For a cry sw 11 party of any kind or ball there was a very handsome dross of luatio and white changeable satin tluch ess Tho skirt had it tablier draping across tho front, just two broken liius Around the bottom th ere was a gnnfTered puffing four inches wide of en am White bilk muslin. The foundation ! the wal.sl, was of tho mtin, but it was oowpletoly eovortnl with a eto,s drapery of the silk muslin. The : h e cs w etc plaited ruffle On tho let't hOUlt I rthere Weie bunehes of White and pnrph violets. On ihe right shoulder t In ie w , a bow of rib'. .at fthnd lug from gaul .'ro yellow to the t!. t p. s6 mandarin. This same ribbon WiU used to draH the low. r part of th" enraage and forma Ihw with long end I . aw an other gown leado on this atmiO model, but With lilac crcpon dr.'ipery and lilac rib bons. It was not qulic as striking, but l liked It much Letter. Hot tho colors aro daringly used t1. is season. Tho new inUHnery is dassling, ami one stvs so many shapes .and styles that it is no easy tak In ebooso nJ M a leading fashion, pari b ;:!:.rlv now, when thST STC not to 1h worn tor some little time yet. I notice that Ue jaunty hfflo sailor Is still with us that is io my, The style of i rimming In fact, has i hangt d, I Ladies' Column. Obi piet irt ot hurnittire made highly .Idt oi .ilive by an app'ioution of our ART KN1HEL PAINTS the shape is htro. may ehantte, and, M one knows tho men kvexixg oosrt'MKs. jolly useful little sailor hat in whatever disguise. This time thero is a fancy bow and trimming of navy blno velvet. There is a sort of bonnet of light gray soft felt bordered with fur and having peonylike rosettes of pink silk, with a couple of em pire plumes. Tho brim is laid in several plaits, and the crown is soft and aUo plaited. Tho effect of that hat is very fine, let me say. Hat or botinct it may bo by the addition or omission of strings. Two of the plaits aro brought down very close behind the ears. There is a quaint little coronet bon net, with the front turned up like a crown and faced with blue velvet. On top there is a straggling velvet bow, some lace, and that is all, but it is very cute and becom ing. Little flat, crownless straws will be seen cften on the young.' What crown there is will be of spotted surah, and this same material f ringed makes bows and two little rosett s, or more properly co cardes. One straw hat of this style was bent' down in a pronounced slope over the eyes, and upon the front was elevated a wonderful panache of four feathers and a large bow of goid colored ribbon. There was a fluted black chip, with a border all around of gray down. On one side was a pale blue bow and on the other a bluo hy drangea. On tho top were two small plumes. Over this is to be worn a gray tissue veil. Veils, by the way, are shown of lace, with big, little and no dots, with plain edges and embroidered ones. Al most everything in tho shapo of a hat is stylish. I think thero will bo quite a r vlval of the old style "flats" for the young, and tho Duchess d'Uzes hat is much liked. Straw turbans are also shown in great variety. The lncroyablo scarf is not laid by for good, I find. It is to bo worn to a consld erable extent on capes and such coats as will admit of Its grace and beauty. They are not now confined to black alone, though black moire Is still considered the prettiest. I saw one of palo gray molro ribbon, with a fancy trimming of gold galloon. At tho bottoms, which were pointed, there were deep and full ruffles of Jac. Iaco and ribbons will unite this sea son, as they have before, to produce dainty things to set nff plain tollots. I may 6ay tfiat scarcely a woman in Now York has failed to have one black gown made up this season of silk or some one of the many beautiful wool goods or fayetta silk or henrietto silk warp. Such on lncroyablo as I have mentioned would add a grnco beyond compare to a handsome black gown. Mate LXBOT. Life Savin on thf Ic. An English gentleman has invented a life saving apparatus for use on a lake on his own place which is so simple that one like It could easily be put. on every sheet Of water frequented by skaters. Two broad planks, about 8 feet long, aro placed on sled runners, and these are joined to gether by a rope fully SO feet in length. A life pTf-server Is fastened to tho center of the ropn, and in ense of accident two peo ple, by throwing themselves on the planks, enuM I i-iiy ateet them to the hofn. one on either Bjde, When the life preserver could b gftfMped by th nnnwboco II fn In dan-gr. J.WVAITAN GaZKTTK C'fTrANT mftntifacture rubber stamps of all rfescrir'tjons. iwerv tim e m a w hue a have soinethtutf Mutt, we feel like making a run on; nt be cause we ate overstocked, hut hecause we rtOOgtUSQ tfood value iu the Broods for th- Purchaser. WHITE AND CREME cotton DRESS-GOODS, WHITE AND CREME COTTON DRESS GOODS. We flnd it pays us to often let such goods go for loss than the market price: it brlDffS trade ftud gives general satis faction to buyers. THIS WEEK and until Easter we are going to oiler WHITE A.ND CREME COTTON DRESS GOODS, WHITE AND CREME COTTON DRESS GOODS, at 15 cents a yanl. We have always sold this same line of goods at 25 cents a yard. We know of nothing that will make up prettier for Easter and are satisfied that if you will only look at some of the patterns, you will ap preciate our offer. New goods and good goods. B. F. EHLEKS & CO. SOMETTE 1 "The best Corset in the world for the money. 3F"Come and LOOK AT THEM, TAKE THEM HOME, TRY THEM OK! Nil skill ia rebuilt'. I and any shftdfi Muiilnt. one i mi get Tissue i'apcr, Asbestos Paper WItm band. lor in it r liuwt'i uil-- now on Picture Framing Id our ifritiUy lor whirl. bUntly rfi-niving new (Bouldlngti wo urn run- tfitna iu V liiH ini olltifint; Hoiiiftlnii iirMt-i in In Colored lhtoa. K I N C BROS., :8.f7-iy HOTEL BTB1BT. NEW EDITION i j 'rut: Tourists' Guide Through Hawaii. 2500 Copies. To Be Issued April 15th. And return them if they don't suit you. These Corsets are made in style to fit and suit every body and their purses. They are in forty-seven dif ferent styles and range in price from $1 to $5 per pair. Ask to see the Extra Long Waist Sonnette for $2.25. They can't be beaten. If you can't get Corsets long enough, remember you can get the "Sonnette" with six HOOKS. Should you want a Corset With REAL WHALE BONE, get the "Sonnette." Anyway come in and see them. J. J. EG AN. A second edition jf tbi very popular band book descriptive of Hawaiian Scenes and Scenery is now running tbrongb tbe press, and will bo puhliHhed on or about April 15. It lias been carefully revised, and portions of it rewritten, bringing it down to tbe present date, making it an indispensible band book. Besides a full description of each of tbe islands, it contains most val uable information for tourists relat ive to steamer travel, rates of passage, botels, weatber records, bealtb resorts, tbe Government, exports and imports, a brief account of tbe revolution of 1895, interesting facts for inquiring tonrists, notes on coffee, sugar, etc., vc , ana ail information sought by tourists regarding these islands. A foil index accompanies it. Tbe book will be beautifully illus trated with maps and some twenty five full page pictures. (Jan be obtained from the -News dealers in Honolulu. Price 7s eta., per copy. H. M. WHITNEY, Editor and Publisher. P. O. Box 159. Telephone 75. 3947 1639 lm Note That the War Is over, and it is the doty of every citizen to support the existing form of govern ment. Although things may not move with the cordialty that would insure an everlasting peace, still they may be al lowed to subside into that indifference without animosity, tliat would allow either party to work out their best interests. All things considered it may be for the best, but time, the only arbitrator in such casep, must alone decide that. J. Q. STEWART is a plumber, and will do your work in a shape and at figures that will eive satisfaction. 3949-tf 15 BETHEL STREET. CHALK TALK ! Chalk marks properly made on cloth to conform with your figure, are sure to give you a fit. I guarantee to fit you in pants or suits or we don't want your trade. gt0TG've me a trial and 3'ou will come apain. C. AKIMA, 3955-v 4ri Nunanu Hfreet. Nestlc's Milk For.l for infanto has dufag 2R years, grown in favor with both doctors and mothers throaRhout the world, and is now un questionably not only the brut substitute for mothers' milk, but the food which agrees with the largest pen en' age of infants. It gives strength and stamina to resist the weakening rfFe ts of hot weather, and has saved the Jives of thousands of infants. To any mother sending I her address, and mentioning this paper, we will uv i iiiui wcM.iiiti'M oi pvm rood, Tho. Leomlng A Co., Solo Ag'ts, 89 Murray St., N. Y Sole Agent for Islands. Hawaiian HU8TACE & CO. Th Agency Tor KESTLE'8 MILK FOOD ik wnn the Ho 1 lister Draft Company, Limited 523 Kort trppt. rtotioldlo, H. I. lfij ti:IIJ 1)1 j-tj') WJUNKLED BEAUTIES SHOULD Uat Lola Mont. Cjucmk. Hkin xl and Tiaatm HuiUtar. ihjm not cover, hut httitlri and ciirtM hleinlhe of Uio skin. Muktm thm tiaaiuNi firm and Imildn up tint woru-out ma 1 tmrm, tuid mukm tlmui plump. JwMt in price nd lt in value. 76cJ labmu pvt. .... it. . . i) . . a . j Ian i f ti in a n iiAiwuvin n j yia .liiftAi n. tyillMI UKMl HyrHVHlCQ CMi T A v f "' l'M kN, lilm kfjealw, t lmt Worm, bunburn, rJlowoM, tnl Muili rti hi-fi. ink in jflttoa uud iennisnmjt in rfK.t. inu a $1. Muh. 11 a KMjnoN 'a WaCM I'tmunH. I'ure mJheM)vn and poniUveJy iuvlbU. l iacd hi.adeu white, Jlefth, In uuette. Will not clog tKe jxw, tsUya on all day. I'UK'K M) (H.l.-. Miis. IIahkiison' Hajh VtOOMt HtoiMi Falling Hair in ona or two application. PrevenU) (iray Hair and auw iu h aii'l luxuriant growth A Hair U w ou tald heada. Qmm of yearn atamling pooiftUj invited to a trial. I'uu a $1. Mux. Hauuikon'h Haiu HbHioHKK. Onlyfour bo Un day re,uired to reetor hair to ite uattiral color la not a dye or bleach. No sediment or uticklnea. Color ia permanent when unco your hair la restored to its natjtral shade. Hair bv:ome gloHsvaud clean. Pairs 1. Mum. HjkMMWM'B VWUUI, Kor keeping the hair in carls a we k at a time; Ml Htirky ; don't leave it white deposit on the hair. Pities V) kmt. MNH. NKTTtK HA MM HON, Aintrtcm'm lUauty Doctor. X6 Ummry Mtrt. Salt VroMtsSo, Cat. 'For sale by HOLUHTKK DHVd COW AX Y, h'Si Fort htreet, Honolulo. Any laily call at Holhater Drug Company will be given a Jady's Journal i.'ontaiuing a Beauty lecture writUn by Mih. Nettie Harrison. H. E. McINTYRE & BRO., EAST CORNER FOliT AND KINO KTKKKTH lUrOUTMBM l KKAI.KKN IN Groceries, Provisions and Feed. o New and Freeh (iood received by every packet from Caliorms, haatar Htates. and European Markets. Ktandard grades of canned Vegetables, Fruits and Fish. Gools delivered to any part of the city. Katisfoction gnaranteed . Island trade solicited. P. O BOX 145. TELEPHONE NO. 92. Eoyal Insurance Co., OF LIVKKVOOl.. THE LARGKST IN THE WOKM.' Assets January 1st, 1892, $42,432. 1 74.00 by Fire risae. or. uli aiia f inuraNe ytvpeny uuu-t; at urrer. i J. WALKER Aent for Hawaiian Islanrtfc, Give the Baby INFANTS TRACE INVALIDS. MARK. A Perfect Nutriment Tom GROWING CHlLDRCa COMVALCSCFNTS, toNsusmvts, DrPtFTIC6. and tba Agr4. aud In Acme I Unco and ell noting DfiKiaaea. THE Best Food for Hand-fed Infants. OrR BOOK for tb lnntrorUaa of mothr. -TO Care and FrrA lac of IsUata," win he ruAiUv: to any address, npoa rtxtumu DO LI B C B -GOO DA L E CO. Boton. Mas urn A BENSON, SMITH & Co., Role Agenta for trie BCavwsdiSMN ENTERPRISE PLAK1NG MILL Propriitora PETER HIGH & C0n OFFICK Richard! Alake.n and AND MILL: Queen 8treet near Kooolnlu H 1 Doors, MOULDINGS, Sash, Blinds, Screens, Frames. Etc, TURNED AND SAWED WORK JWPrompt attention to all orders. T K L K 11 O IT MUTUAL 55. NK8 BELL v. EVERYBODY KNOWS Geo. W. Lincoln WOOD AND COAI Ja8. v. Bergstrom, Is Burned Out, Superintend or a Oncroomed City Hall. but Still Prepared to Build Anything from House to a Xcx Alfio Wii nd Black Wand w'iic?i v ill poll at the tetf !pwft marked ric,. 47BniA, I f nrmtnm No. 414. fSF l ' 01 rqLurKOSs No. 414. P ii m pii'P" v .11 ntvn hiiniN 1 v , - m. a - xa a . a ' J a a. Tuner and Repairefi Ordert left at irimyi V" U-- r". 9 :M Tf- pVO MOffipt attpiition. All Orders. Left With John Xott. Kin$ Street, Will lc proTUptlv A! Wed to. Daily Advertiser. 75 Cents per Month