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TELE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, -V Vl I L H I, 1895.
"ALVS HEIR TO WED. frlnci- aiaU'.l of EucUuil Oao llule la Kuuit . Tho next royal marriage of not will : bably be thai of Victor Emmanuel, prince of Naples and heir appar ent to the throne of Italy. and Princess Maud, the youngest daughter of the Princo and Prin cess of Wales. The prince of Naples if the only son of King Humbert and Queen Margaret of Italv and was (.born in lS69.jusc 1 3 days before his bride to be came prd.'cess jlactx to gladden the home of the Prince of Wales. He is said to be very liberal and progressive in his views and bears the reputation of being a very able, thoughtful and schol arly young man. The people of Italy have been very anxicu3 to have him marry an Austrian or a German prin cess and thus strengthen the triple alli ance by a matrimonial bond, but his marriage to Princess Maud will be a popular one. Princess Maud of Wales has been the subject of a great deal of matrimonial gossip of late, and the matchmakers who dote on arranging marriages in high life have repeatedly alleged that she was to marry Lord Rosebery, the present premier of Great Britain. As Lord Rosebery is M years her senior and as the union would kill his political prospects, there seems to be no founda tion for the rumors. On the other hand, the assertion has repeatedly been made by the entourage of the Prince of Naples 'hat he was soon towed Princess Maud. The princess is 24 years of age and a very popular yoang woman. She has a xmay disposition and wins golden opinions from all with whom she comes in contact, owing to her tact, gracious ness, bright sayings and love of fun. Her liveliness is so pronounced that at home her near relatives call her 'Harry." She is a well formed, at tractive and almost pretty girl and is said to closely resemble her mother. She rakes an enthusiastic interest in all out door sports within the province of her sex and can fence and ride with skill. Sha is a great lover of dogs, horses and birds and does not consider it beneath her dignity as a princess to put in a good day's work in the dairy or employ her leisure at times in-the kitchen gar den. CRESPO 15 A MAN OF WAR. The Venezuelan President Who lxpelleu tnC French and Belgian Ministers. Oeneral Joaquin Crespo, president of The United States of Venezuela, who re cently informed the ministers of France and Belgium that they were persona non grata and would find more favor in the eyes of Venezuelans if they returned to their native countries, is just at pres ent the ablest soldier and citizen in Venezuela. He has been a fighter nearly all his life, and that he has lost none of his aggressiveness is shown by his re cent action in expelling the foreign dip lomats, whose offense was an attempt to have the powers impose upon Venezuela mixed foreign tribunal to have juris diction over all questions in which Eu ropeans are concerned. President Crespo has twice been the chief executive of Venezuela, and his present term of office was won with the word. He was first chosen president in 1SS4, and during his regime, which, it said, was controlled by ex-Presidenr PRESIDES! JOAQUIN CRESPO. Guzman Blanco, an admirable system of compulsory public instruction was organized, a telegraph and postal sys tem was established, and railroads were built connecting Caracas and Valencia with their seaports. At the end of his term be retired to private life and was managing his extensive coffee planta tions in Zamora in March, 1S92, when President Palacio assumed dictatorial powers in order to continue in office, imprisoned the judges of the federal su preme court because they declared his continuance in office was illegal and ommitted other high handed acts. The exiled senators and deputies who opposed Palacio formed a junta and made Crespo commander in chief of the constitutionalist or congressional forces. Crespo bad 800 rifles hidden in a cave, and with them be armed a small insur gent army. He was joined by other gen erals, hundreds of government troops deserted Palacio, and Crespo had an army of 10,000 men behind him iriidt of three months. On Oct. 0 Crespo cap tured Caracas, the capital city, and was elected and proclaimed- provisional pres ident. His government was recognized by the United States Oct 23 and later by other powers. Venezuela is the most northerly confederation of South Ameri ca and has a population of about 2, 400. -600. Aa An. lent Epienr. Aulas Verus, a Roman noble, gave & supper one night to a dozen of his cronie6 thai made a hole of $ 250,000 in his bank acccunr. Tbe Advebtiser and Gazette on sale at Uile, J. A. MartiEt news agent. 1 (ip FEMININE FADS AND FRIPPERIES. Wht Wonu-u 1K and Wear lu ih 0B9 cial World. Special Correspondence. .' Nlw Y:;k. Mv- i is. Mr. Wi Ilium Astor is the most r viewed woman in America cm o -iaI ; .. She is gracious a-:d kind, and while declining to see re porters herself is ready to give abundant information regarding her dinners, balls a: d receptions. This news In conveyed through her maid, who conducts the scribe about the drawing rooms and dining rooms, allowing amp le time to take notes. When the repartei is a woman. Mrs. As tor's dress is spread out for inspection. She even replies to notes, provided the subject refers to social matters. The reporter, however, dees not find himself in posses sion of her autograph in such cases, 33 the notes are written in the third person. Pointed toed shoes are going out of iV ion and square toed ones coming in. 'i . is has nothing to do with the common sen idea. The new shoe is quite as narrow as the razor point, but just at the end it has the appearance of having been neatly chop ped cS. Another radical change in foot wear i3 in the heels. Never since the days of Louis XV of France have women worn such heels as they are wearing now. Near ly all the fine shoes have heels from tjjf to - inches high. In many instances they are the real Louis Quiuzo affair, running almost to the middle of the foot. Laced boots are quite the proper thing made in the finest materials this season. A com bination of patent leather and blaek or tan colored cloth makes a very handsome draea boot. The flower boa is the novelty of the hour. It is the most becoming Deck adornmont vet devised. Made of daisies, violets or roses, nothing could be prettier. A plaited frill of lace, either black or yel low, forms the foundation, the flowers be ing caught in each plait. It is tied in front with wide ribbons to match the flowers. Speaking of neck adornment, the big rosettes worn at the throat are most un becoming to women with full faces and chubby throats. Only a symmetrical throat supportinga delicate oval face looks well with outstanding bows and rosettes. The fashionable masseur is busy every day from early morning until late In the afternoon. Her work Is removing the adipose tissue which seems to be the in- evitabie accompaniment of prosperity and the bane of society women. And hers is a lucrative profession as well. She often receives as much as $3 an hour. Massage is regarded as the most efficacious and least injurious of ways to reduco flesh. Capes axe to be the spring wraps. The double and treble capes, ic is said, are go ing out altogether, and in their stead a single capo will be worn. Ic will reach a trifle below the waist, with the godet folds brought oirt in some ingenious manner near the edge. A high collar will give style to the garment Perforated cloth, black over colored, or black satin is a pretty ma terial for this style of cape. if rumor is reliable, the flu de sieelo young woman has added boxing to her al ready long list of masculine accomplish ments, lteport is that in many New York homes a bevy of girls meet together twice a week with a professor of boxing to in struct them In the art. A gracious custom among fashionable debutantes is sending all tho flowers they receive at their coming out balls to the sick in the various hospitals. After the coming out ball of Miss (iertrude Vander bdt last winter 150 bouquets were distrib uted among the sick in the hospital found ed by tho Vanderbilts. Muffs the past winter have been as huge as those carried by our grandmothers. Por everyday wear the fur muff is all very well, but the really smart affair is made of silk or velvec and chiffon. Violets are favorite decoration. When fur Is used, nothing is more elegant than the sable head and tails. Tho muff chains are of gold, studded with precious stones. A flat band of ribbon fastened with tiny gold or silver buckles is an inexpensive way el securing a muff. IUlxT&A Olivia BOOTHS. TRUE ROMANIES. The -truiif; Kr That Opposes th Ktine meuts of Civilization. Spwiil Correspondence. Boston, March IS. There has always been somewhat of a question as to whether the so called gypsies of America are true Romanies or net) and the recent death at Providtmca of "Prince Williams" will no doubt tart the discussion afresh, for ic is averred on very good authority that he Was just a plain Englishman and no Rom any at all. It was in the times of the Tudors that the gypsies the word a corruption of Egyptians:-) crossed over from the conti nent to the British isles, because of rigid decrees o expulsion promulgated iu 5pa:n ueraiaoy and r ranee. iney met a ratiier cold welcome, but were neverthe less allowedto stay on the earth and prac tice their peculiar methods of winning a livelihood, to the great disgust; of the Eng lish people, as is clearly shown from the epithets applied to the nomads by the writers of thoso early days. One old rec ord says of them thai; they ' wandered uppe and downe and met ence a year ac a place appointed, sometimes at the Peak's hole, at Derbyshire, and at other whiles by Ret brook, at Blackheath." Another English writer spoke of them as ''vagabonds, mas terless men, ydle. vagraunte, loiterynge, yll disposed persons, going aboute usynge subtiltie and unlawful games or plaie, " but in Scotland they were after a time re ceived as decent and law abiding colonists and for awhile were treated with consid eration. In a few years, however, when their true character became known, an acc was passed fcr the suppression of "Egiptians, bards, minstrels and vaga bond schollars. Finally Johnnie Faw, the " Earl of Little Egipt, ran away with tbe daughter of a countess, and hundreds of gypsies were wiped out in the fighc that followed, and the woman was imprisoned for life at May bole, Ayrshire, in a tower built for that purpose. Yet notwithstanding this and other slaughters of gypsies there are plenty of them in the t nited Kingdom yet. Instances of the kidnaping of women by gypsies in America are not wanting, and one such was reported in Missouri last yaar. Knrly in tho ightles. when the drama cf ' Tbe Romany Rye" was having its successful run in Now York, a special interaction lay in the fact that the part of the gyr'-y princess was played by Marie Lovell. the daughter of tho chief of a band that- iiid to ruve over New Jersey. Two years ago trim tliisgixl, who was really quite procty, runs w !i grown, she eloped nrnaa abducted from tbm jrjpsy's cainp, and C hlef I,ovt II r;?:- ti a gre-at to do about it. VtTbstbst sbewM ever found by th sorrowing BoBWBiss that made np the camp I ii. ter heard, hui lor months after her disappesosoKM cid ma a Lovell prowls about the country with a gun looking for her ail the tiwn ehe wexu away with. J. B. PARgR Tbe Hawaiian Gazette Cgxpast kl&jd uf act are rubber stamps. FITS CURED Prof. W. U. Peeke'.who makes a Iff HlM bos without doubi treated and cur i m anvhvioe Phveiamha success iasu i iutve heard of cases of SOyears'standinsrcurea pv j ui. He publ'.shesava.aahlework ou this, disease -vLids m. ::t a : ir-e tK-tt.e cf h a'lutectisv. !r ar. v sufferer who mav send their Pa. and fcjtpres- ;u.- W e auv : e any ou imus; a v. -nv w , . - .i.:.n...I,MlndH.(rt.. lro. W II. FfcXfct", F. tt . 4 Cedar PWW 0W- Ladies Column. Did made you notice that we no mention of the ar rival of the goods purchased for us by Mks. Freimann while on her recent trip East ? There was a reason for it, and a simple enough one too, if you will only stop to think. You knew and everybody else knew that we were going to bring something into this market that was "new and catchy. There was no need to advertise it, the judicious buy ers of Honolulu watch the arrival of our goods, they know . . . . that it there IS anything UIC6 to be had we get it in fact that we set the pace on New Goods, Stylish Goods, at prices that are just right. This week, in addition to the regular run, we are going make a hole in our pile of COMFORTERS ! COMFORTERS to While the counters loaded up with COLORED COTTON DUCKS, COLORED COTTON DUCKS, and PIQUE, PIQUE, PIQUE, will also be an attractive feature. B. h EHLERS & CO. "The best Corset in the world for the money. 5F"Come an fl LOOK AT THEM, TAKE THEM! HOME, TRY TEEM OX! And return them if they don't suit you. These Corsets are made in style to nt ana 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 cant get Corsets long enough, remember you can get the "Sonnette' with six HOOKS. Should you want a Corset Wuh REAL WHALE BONE, get j the "Sonnette." Anyway them. come in and see J. J. EGAS. Sole Agent for Islands. 3819-t Hawaiian SONNETTE NEW EDITION or raz Tourists Guide Through Hawaii, 2500 Copies. To Be Issued April 30th. A second edition 3l this very popular hand book descriptive of Hawaiian Scenes and Scenery is now running through the press, and will be published on or about April 15. It has been carefully revised, and portions of it rewritten, bringing it down to the present date, making it an indispensible 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, eve , and all information sought by tourists regarding these islands. A full index accompanies it. jThe book will be beautifully illus trated with maps and some twenty five full page pictures. Can be obtained from the News dealers in Honolulu. AW Price 75 cts., per copy. H. M. WHITNEY, Editor and Publisher. P, O. Box 159. Telephone 75. o947 lgg Im Old pieces oi Furniture made highly decorative by an application of our ART ENAMEL PAINTS No skill is required anv shade wanted. and one can get Tissue Paper, Asbestos Paper Wires hand. for paper flower work now on Picture Framing Is our specialty for which stantly receiving new mouldings. we are con designs in We are now offering something first-class in Colored Photo. 3857-1 f HOTEL PTRVET. X?tlc'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 taly the best substitute for mothers' iudk, but the food which agrees with the largest percentage of infants. It gives Strength and stamina to resist the weakening erfcts of hot weather, and has saved the lives of thousands of in.fa.ats. To any mother sendir.z !l I : i i a .a., i ucr auuress, anu mentioning mis paper, we wiil send samples and description of esucs Food. ) Taos. Leetr.ing S Co., Sole Ag'ts, 23 Murray St., N. Y i Trie Agency for NESTLE'S MILK FOOD 18 WITH TES Hollister Drug Company, Limited 523 Fort Btreet. cfonolnla, H. I. Note That the War Is over, an J it ia the duty of evry 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, tuat would allow either pirt7 to work out their beat interests. All things considered it may be for the beat, but time, the only arbitrator in such case, mu9t alone decide that. J. G. STEWART is a plumber and will do your work in a shape au l at figures that wilj ttive satisfaction. 3349-tf 15 BETHEL STREET. CHALK TALK ! Chalk marks properly made on cloth to conform with yoor figure, are sure to give you a fit. I guarantee to fit yoa in pants or suite or we don't want your trade. 'Give me a trial and you will come ataw, c. AKIMA, 395o-y 46 N unarm street. Jus. Wi Bergstrom, PIA2JO, PIPE A5D RSXD OBGA9 Tuner and Repairer. Orders ieft at lhrum's Bookstore, will receive prompt attention. 3866-v ' i 7iiJ"iarilTTriTTvT H. E. McINTYRE & BRO., EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS IMTOKTBKS AND DKALKKS IN Groceries, Provisions and Feed. New and Fresh Goods received by overy jacket from California, Kateru Mates, and European Markets. Standard grades of canned Vegetables, Fruits and Fish. Goods delivered to any part of the city. Satisfaction guaranteed. Island trade solicited. P. O BOX 145. WRINKLED BEAUTIES SHOULD Use Lola Mo.srtrz Crkmk. Skin Foot! and Tissue Builder. Doae not cover, but heals and cures blemishes of the skin. Makes the tissues firm and builds up the worn-out muscle tilers, and makes them ulump . Lowest in price and best in value. 75 crhts umuis pot. Mrs Harrison's Pack Bi.kach. Cures most aggravated cases of Freckles, Blackheads, Flesh Worms. Sunburn. SaTlownefs. and Moth Patches. Quick in action and permanent in effects. Prici fl. 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Any lady call at Hollister Drug Company will be given a Iiadv's Journal containing a Beauty Lecture written by Rpyal Insurance Go., OF LIVERPOOL. "THE LA KG F.ST IN THE WOULD." Assets January 1st, 1892, 142,432.174.00 Fire ri&fct" on all kiuuh of Insurable property tukon Ht Curren: rate by 3140-lm Give the Baby INFANTS INVALIDS. TPA3E BENSON, SMITH & CO., Hoi Agents for trie Hawaiian lilandt, ENTERPRISE PETER HIGH & CO., Alakea and Richards near MOULD I NG8, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Screens, Frames. '9 TURNED AND SAWED WORK. rompt attention to a:i orriera. TKLEPHON MUTUAL 65. EVERYBODY Geo. Is Burned Out, Superintend or a One-roomed City Hall. All Orders Left With John Nott, King Street, Wiil be promptly Attended to. Daily Advertiser, 75 TELEPHONE NO. ga. Mrs. Nnttin Harrison. WALKER, Agent for Hawaiian Maud. A Perfect Nutriment for growing Children. Convalescents. CONSUMPTIVES. DySPE PTIC8, and the Arl, and In Acute lllnr and all WamiDg DImcmm. THE Best Food for Hand-fed Infants. Orit HOOK for tho (tint ruction of mothers, "The n re nnri Pre I am of InGinrn," will be nialk-dra to any address, upon request. DOLIBER-GOODALE CO BOSTON, MASS.. U C. M. PLANING MILL Proprietor. AND MILL Qnoen Street. Hocolnln ft i Etc. k m BELL 408. KNOWS W. Lincoln but Still Prepared to Build Anything from House to a New Cents per Month