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Tin: pacific OOMMEHOIAL ADVBETIBBBj HONOLULU, APItlL it 1695.
i i!;Ni--niNt; 1 m mai i r ll I l ill ! i i.iii. I'ho imp.'! lam of i!t hall if rcootf . d It tctldi to I " ' Jiitjcv of flu whole hotisea rimI It nhdoldj howevw u:. h;o aja tiv of (KVIttfOfti ,iti! lumlil lo flu t iltf't;y .1 ti invito in mi. u And it) 'ni v generally an of v-!ot!ifV In Irtrjjo lituo, mpootalty flnwo in IIhmmiiiiIiv, llio hall niiiUox into of tho ilc:--;intr.t liiunoN Tfioro 1 nil air of Irooiloin in A tHttilforrahlj f mtiisli h:u which do other part of the houss i OSCWO!i. NtOBt bftlls, i n (lio Miiul!c-t - imloiul lt tliov;t c little imtro than A pawwtio liny hi BBSdo look oov. A dArk .:.v. in 1 AoOT, with . Miilaldo nrinntal i n c; a wi'ti covered wail PAP6T with tho sdaltioo of n onrtain at sons oo&ve&le&t point; a Muftll tabto and umhrolla stand combined, ft chair, ft fow print.n cm tho walls And ft rail fur hats ami coat put UOUd ft QOVBtt Of in a Clipboard OUt of sight if prwsiWo. fin it is hrrond Urn pOWOT of man to giro anv artistic pfTWt. nu r r v ni w dan i Int. I HI .;r r -v . - LlvV, X u.vu. TABLE ai ITJtBKEJ I 1ST N! to the ordinarily loaded hat and coat st;. ml. will ho found a groat advanco apon tho usual oilcloth and cocoanut mat and tho cheerless looking varnish- d marble paper, which still obtain in many vi tho smalh r houses, says Decora. ' r and Furnisher, which illustrates a combination table and hat stand tliat af fords a pleasing substitute in narrow halls for tho more pretentious and tow ering batraok. Where ppaco permits the addition of a few pieces of furniture, such as a tall clock or oak buffer, a china cabinet or bookcase, a few chairs, eta, should bo introduced. In tho larger halls, with galleries and passages opening out of them, wiiere light, is abundant, the whole should bo drawn together by keep ing all details of. much ono depth or tone of color, and tho colors themselves limited in number. In dark halls a yellow paper would assist in giving light, and the ceilings 6hould bo light. If paneled with mold ings, it is a great improvement. It is seldom but a curtain of some kind can be introduced, and it is always of the greatest assistance in softening the otherwise hard lines of tho architectural details. Anything, in fact, that will soften outlines and give a few shadows may and should bo introduced, such r.s palms, ferns, or even porcelain jars, with a few dried grasses or reeds. In a large hall a screen near tho fireplace is almost a necessity. Too much attention cannot be paid to apparently trifling do rails, such as lighting up a dark corner with, for instance, a bust, a figure or a light porcelain vase, or the judicious prominence being given to some partic ular piece of furniture, or the placing of a picture on an easel in front of some piece of drapery, says the authority quoted. In facr, let the decorator do his work ever so well, the general good ef fect may be lost, to a large extent, by want of taste and purposo in the dis- osal of the furniture by those who come after him I Am ib" vr.i GnntlnM Tito cotillon or tho german abso intoiy noesssary t. thn kiiccom of n dance, and new figures nr bailed with delight Probably ih sacral f n nr oohh in iix possibility r endlssi variety, Knob "OAson sees the In trod noil on f new fignrsa, and this wintor thorn havn been Introdoood a number of novel tiesi one Of the prott loaf of whh'h, acorn-ding f the Now Fork Oominerolal AdTsrtlsor,li tho tensing flguro. In this two mnti nn npposad to niit for tjirt priTilsge of dancing with a pertain girl. Foils nr given thmn. tipped on tho ond with powder pnffi liberally dnsted witb now dor. Tim one who makes the first white mark over a vital upot is tho victor and tlanees with tho eauno of tho duel. Another novelty is dancing through paper doors. Fort hi ilguro framon cov ered With tissns paper are set up and tho coupler tlanco through thorn. Tho SOarf figure Is pretty and i.s danced by almost a dOSSO OOnpleS, who Wonr light, colored silicon wcarfa Flower Inures aro partioularlj' pretty. Long -1 . -mined roses aro tied with rib bons. A certain number of blossouiH am given to each man. who kneels and offers them to a lady. If sho refuses, she waves him away; if she accepts, sho do taohes a small bontonniere from the tit hers and pins it upon tho eoat of the favored ono. r - M AA t ... .Many oi mo .lapaueso novelties are used for favors. Paper oapSj aprons, flowers, otc., are presented and must be Worn through the figure. Tho little rih- lum wtumtl hoops used for rattles make attractive favors; also tho bell trimmed tambourines. Tho success of a german depends upon the leader, as ho must start all tho figures, and tho man who is most ready with novel features is in tho greatest demand as a cotillon leader. Tho "two step" is tho favorite dance just now and can bo danced to almost, any music and bo as slow or as fast as ono chooses to make it. Ono of tho newest dances this season Is the "Brunswick caprice." It some what resembles tho Oxford minuet and is composed of several different steps, including tho polka, varsonvienno and tho maaonrka, and is remarkablo for tho Variety of its steps and poses. Tho quad rille and lancers are always danced, for nothing seems to take tho placo of these dances in tho public favor. FITS CURED (. ,.i r. .-: ... , .,,.'. r fK)f W II IYi'U h' AMltM oj.r'inlty Of KtBpJf linn w i 111.. i I ctotlM to nlril nml III d I"" '' acut " f '" " ni-.y li iuy riiynii i in ; llltl i ru, le liiliiliing. U ' Ii.ivi- In aoli.ri nci aorvilVMra-Btnlnliiil-' ""') ' !l HI ltd piililialn-nn vnli-!il'l- W wkOtlthtd IbMN ' NBQI Hit n lntL;n Imllln f l.io nli'liil' "trc, fri in. y putti o r hotnty Mtn4 tin ir .nmt KjtpfWM oil itu rn. ittvlmo anyone wlblf ?tir to Ad4r Prof. W, It. I'KKKI . l i . CwUf Ht., N w fork Ladies' Column. i iwery once id ;i wnne wo have something that wo fool like making a nm on; not lc cause wo are overstocked, hut because we recognize nood value in the troods foi the Purchaser. WHITE AND CREME co tton DRESS GOODS. WHITE A.ND CREME COTTON DRESS GOODS. Wo find it pays us to often let such goods go for loss than tho market price; it brings trade and gives general satis faction to buyers. THIS WEEK and until Easter we are going to offer Sins Veal Croquettes. Two npfuls of the meat chopped fir:e, a dozen oysters, a cupful of bread crumbs soaked in a half cupful of hot milk until soft, a saltspoonful each of made mustard, grated nutmeg and pep per, an even teaspoonful of salt, butter tho sizo of an egg) melted in hot milk, and half a cupful of tho gravy in which tho meat was cooked. Stir in a beaten egg at tho last and make into rolls like large corks and dip them into an ogg beaten with a teaspoonful of cold water and roll in fino bread crumbs. Fry a nice brown in hot drippings or butter. Jixcellent Fritters. WHITE AND CREME COTTON DPtESS (JOODS, WHITE AND CREME COTTON DRESS GOODS, Oi.l iinri of i'nrriifuro innln highly dworalivo bynrt SpplioatiOD Ol ''ir AHT ENAMEL PAINTS .v ki!i n Feqalfs! and one i any shsds wanted. Tissue Taper, Asbestos Paper ! Wirf for papSf Bowei wrk hum!. Picture Framing1 mw on Ihoiit spsoialty for irblob Htantly nM-eiving nw BrtKildlagSi w u irn :oii loniifnn in WS an DOW oiler in; wjirwf hint; ftrstolasi in Colored Photoo K I LNTG BROS., .W7-1 v HOTKL HTBRET. NEW KDITJO.X K MMmL sZJP ' H. E. McINTYRE & BRO., K A ST fJOHNKK FORT AM) KING TRBBTfl Groceries Provisions and Feed. New and Krenh (iofJf, tw.vi-A )y every ptefctf Irorn Caiiforr.., i. !'.. -'aUe, and Kuropeari Market. Htandard KrsuUm of canned Veetah!. WTOltt and flab. Goods delivered to any ;art. tfaaeujr. Katifa:tion naranteed. Udand (rad solicited. P. O BOX 145. OF THE Tourists' Guide Through Hawaii, 2500 Copies. To Be Issued April 30th. TELEPHONE NO. 92. at 15 cents a yard. 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 Almost any good sweet raised biscuit if tta,, wi'll onltr 1rrO- of enrno . . - -r I 11 y j A, r 111 vuxt ivun tMv- ij-j. y till very light. Then roll it out until it of the patterns, yOU Will ap to circles with a pattv cutter 2 inch- preciate OUl Olter. es in diameter. Heap a teaspoonful of raspberry jam in the center of half the circles. Moisten the edges of the other circles with water and put them careful ly over these which have been heaped with jam, pressing tho edges very care fully together. Fry the fritters at once in hot fat, dredge them with sugar and serve. New goods and good goods. B. F. EHLERS & CO. A Receptacle For Veils. A pretty little box for veils may be mado of heavy water color paper. It will be found much better than a case, fcince the veils need not, bo folded so JlKthing With Alcohol. If there is occasion to use alcohol for bathing, placo tho utensil containing it in a dish of hot water, on no account over a lamp or fire, for, as Good House keeping explains, serious results some times attend such a mistake. To wring out cloths quite hot without burning the hands, place the flannel in the hot preparation and havo a largo piece of dry flannel at hand to wrap around it. It can then be wrung dry and hard, and it will keep hot. SOMETTE 1 HOX TOR VEILS. tightly as to crush them. To mako tho box take a piece of paper 13 inches long and 10 wide. Cut out squares of 2 inches from each of the four corners and carefully fold down tho projecting sides, in order to make them stand up evenly and smoothly when bent back and upright. Thread a largo needle with f-ilver cord, and lace up the corners. Make the cover a trifle larger than tho bot tom and the sides an inch in depth. Lace the corners and tie in long loops. Decorate the box in water colors, and on the top print in fancy letters, "Trifles Light as Air. " A little pad cf china ?Ilk should be made to lay in tho bot tom of the box. This plentifully sprin kled with sachet powder will give the veils a delicate perfume Modern Pris-rilla. Delicioua Prune Whip. Soak 21 French prunes in water over night. The next morning put them into boiling water and boil until tho pits fall out. Rub the prunes through a colander and then stir them into the whites of 6 eggs beaten to a stiff froth, with 4 ta blespoonfuls of sugar. Beat all thor oughly and bake until a light brown on top. Cut Linen Work. A very effective variation of ancient cut work has been introduced for the decoration of linen. The designs can be worked separately, tho outlines being cut out on a pieco of linen and after ward cast over with buttonhole stitches. Tho open spaces aro filled in with fancy Btitcb.es and drawn work. The different pieces when finished aro .-uitably arranged on tho linen they are "The best Corset in the world for the money. J"Come and LOOK AT THEM, TAKE THEM HOME, TRY THEM OK! A second edition of this very )optilar band book descriptive of Hawaiian Scenes and Scenery is now running through the press, and will ie published on or about April 15. It has been carefully revised, aDd portions of it rewritten, bringing it down to the present date, making it an indispensiblo hand book. Besides a full description of each of the islands, it contains most val uable information for tourists relat ive to steamer travel, rates of passage, hotels, weather records, health resorts, the Government, exports and imports, a brief account of the revolution of 1895, interesting facts for inquiring tourists, notes on coffee, sugar, &c, &c, and all information sought by tourists regarding these islands. A full index accompanies it. The book will be beautifully illus trated with maps and some twenty five full page pictures. Can be obtained from the News dealers in Honolulu. WRINKLED BEAUTIES SHOULD Use Lola Momtkz Cskmb. Hkin Food and Tissue Builder. Doee not cover, but haln and cures btnish-s of the akin. Mkee the tissues firm and builds up the worn-out muscle fibers, and makes them plump. Lowest in price and beat in value. 75csjrrs lame rm. Mas Hakhihoh'h Faci Blbaob. Cures raout atrgrarated cassa of FrecklftH. BtsekbaftdS. t Cf.)i Worm. Rtrahnm Kdlown. uul jfjin iniciifn. KimcK m action anu immanent in euects. ran fl. Mas. Hakbihon'm Va-k 1'owntK. Pure adhesive and positively invisible. Tbree shades white, flesh, biunette. Will not clog the pores, sUys on ail day. I'itlCE 50 CENTS. Mas. Harrihox'h IImh V;oob. 8tops Falling Ilair in one or two applications. Prevents Gray Hair and causes rich and luxuriant growth of Hair to grow on bald heads. Cases of years standing specially invited to a trial. Paics $1. Mrs. Harbison's Hib Kuhtobeb. Only four to ten dsys required to restore hair to its natural color. Is not a dye or bleach. No sediment or stickiness. Color is permanent when once your hair is restored fo ;te natsral phade. Hair glospyand clean. Price $1. Has. Harrison's Frizz. For keeping the hair in curls a week at a time: siicKy j uorri leave a WDue deposit on tne tiair. 1'iucs 50 cents. MRS. NliTTin HARRISON, America' Beauty Doctor. 26 Geary Street. San Francisco, Cal. For sale by HOLLIftTER DKUft COMPANY, 523 Fort -treet, Honoiola. Any lady call at Hoi lister Drug Company will be eiven a Lady's oumaJ containing a Beauty Lecture writUn by Mrs. Nettie Harrison. Price 75 cts., per copy. H. M. WHITNEY, Editor and Publisher. P; J. Box 159. Telephone 75. 3947 1639 lm Royal Insurance Co., OF LIVERPOOL. "THE LARGEST IxT THE WOULD." Assets January 1st, 1892, - 142,432,174.00 j Jsestlc'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 not only the best substitute for mothers milk, but the food which agrees with the largest percentage of infants. It gives Kinui aim siamina to resist tne weakening effects of hot weather, and has saved the lives of thousands of infants. To any mother sending her address, and mentioning this nawr - u send samples and description of Pestle's Food. Thos. Leeming & Co., Sole Ag'ts, 89 M urray St., K. Y. by 'Fire riBK om ab amos of insurable property taaen at Correct J. 3140-lm WALKER, Agent for Hawaiian '"fr ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL Prcpriiiors. PETER HIGH & CO., OFFICK Alake sad Slcharde ar ''ccea mill . strsot Cccclaln. E 1 M O U L DING Doors, Sash, Blinds, Screens, PURNEl) A N I H A W ED Frames. Etc WORK. The Latrirt Bouwia, The most rccf-nr styleti for evening and afternoon occasions aro all black bonnets nirvbj vitii Sal crowns or shapes of Li t (j:-jr' !v spanglesl and trimmed with rosettes of bet r monsselinede toie beaited on tbu edge, and gamey winga of wired mons line, witb span gles. Where flowers are used thej are cnado in tne t.rm of rosettea Artificial flown-in millinery include violets and primroses and largo bilk peonies, but torn b oocnpy the pxominent place. Foliage without flowers is a Eashi enable garniture. cut lrvks srons wrsm ransRKn. ua tended to adorn and tben Inserted. : Teaeloths, doilies, ornannnfal (w-ls, 1 table and lamp mars, and similar ar I tides lend themselves for this kind I ornamentation. T!n choico of desiguM I for the purposo is unlimited as lm an the geometrical ami eiiiv.nHinal i'li!:r oter of the same i,; preserved, 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 st3rles and range in price from $1 to $5 per pair. Ask to see the Extra Long Waist Sonnettk for $2.25. They can't be beaten. If you cair t get Corsets long enough, remember you can get the "Sonnettk" with ?ix HOOKS. Should you want a Corset With RKAL WHALE HONK, the "Sonnettk." Anyway come in and them. J?ot see The VjKency Tor jKESTLE'S MILK FOOD IS WJTH THE Hollister Drag Company, Limited 523 Fort Street, gowgnlo. U. I. Note That the War Is over, and it is (lie duty of ev ryriti.en to support flit; existing form of govern ment. Although things may not move with the COfdisIty that would insure an everlasting pafce, still they mav he al lowed to subside into that indifference without animosity, tnat would ailow either p.irt? to work out their best int-rsf m. All things e )Fi-llerd ir mav be for the best, but time, the only arbitrator in surh -a-. must H'oue tleeule th:if. J. (4. STEWART is a plamber, and will do your work in a shape and at (iarures fh.it will uive satisfaction. lf KKTI1KI. STREKT. CHALK TALK ! Chalk marks properly mad' on .'oth to conform with your, ligure. arc SOSt to give you ;i lit . I guarantee to 'if you in pants or salts or ITS don't want vonr tr:id. 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