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7HE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL Al VKKTI.hii: M s h.i'U . MARCH, -0. IM'H.
OKHOOKDOOiOfOtOOOfOl
THE WORST YET
IS IN BAD ODOR
A LOSS OF 2,000
The Japanese cruiser MKa
S22i' which was built by
Wm. Cramp 5c Sens. Phila
delphia, for the Japanese
Government, since she bean
her trial trips in June las; has
used the
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The best at the loweat
price at HOPP'H. $
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New and Astounding Con
iession by Esterhazy.
Pitcairn Island Colony is
Given Reproof.
Lives Terminated by an
HAWAIIAN SONG AND CHORUS
Awful Tidal Wave.
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WE want to boom our
bueine88 NOW and that's
why we want to remind
vou that we carry the
handsomest as well as
the cheapest line of
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I Parlor and
Bedroom Furniture. I
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Also the latest Eastern
Styles of
OF AMERICAN MANUFACTURE.
We have a complete stock
of
5 MIRRORS
Of Various Sizes,
from the cheapest to the best.
We Make a Specialty of
J. HOPP & CO.
Leading Furniture Dealers,
KING & BETHEL STS.
K4O4HCHOC0COOO00
108 KING STREET.
G. J. Waller : : Manager.
Wholesale and Retail
AND-
NAVY CONTRACTORS.
The Silent Barber Shop
T ' '
When in need of a good, clean shave
by expert artists, with sharp tools,
-visit the SILENT BARBER SHOP.
Our Instruments are thoroughly dis
infected before using by an
ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION
Ladies' Boot-Black Stand
In rear of shop.
JOSEPH FERNANDEZ, Propr,
Arlington Block, Hotel Street.-
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
New Importation of
SILK GOODS, in the piece, SILK
HANDKERCHIEFS, SILK SHAWLS,
DECORATED FLOWER POTS, NEW
PORCELAIN CUPS AND SAUCERS,
TEA AND DINNER SETS, CARVED
IVORY, RATTAN CHAIRS, CARVED
SANDALWOOD BOXES.
THESE GOODS ARE THE HANDSOM
EST IN ALL HONOLULU.
WING WO CHAN & CO.
210-212 Nuuanu Street.
HEW ARRIVALS.
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White and Blue Grass Linen, Silks,
Table Covers, Silk Shirts, Doylies, Pa
jamas, Handkerchiefs, etc. Latest Pat
terns of English and American Serge,
Scotch Tweeds, Linen and Duck Cloth
at
OOO KIEV1,
210 Nouanu St., above Hotel.
BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS.
Fort St., Opp. Wilder & Co.,
H. J. NOLTE, Prop.
First-Class Lunches Served
With Tea, Coffee, Soda Water,
Ginger Ale or Milk. Open
from 3 a. m. till 10 p. m.
Smokers' Requisites a Specialty.
DINIMOOM CHAIRS
AS WELL AS 6
His 19 Mtting
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Sung with great success by
the
To be had of
awaiian Hews
COMPANY, LIMITED.
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Ycu should have a copy.
0nly25cts.
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We have a Large As
sortment of thi
intrinsically valu-
able article, which
we are selling ai
the most reason
able Figures.
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E. W; JORDA
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The Washington Light.
KEL.1AISL.E , .
CANNOT EXPLODE
ISltlLLIANT
CANNOT BLOW OUT
DOES NOT FLICK Kit
NO ODOR
Consumes nothing but Kerosene Oil.
The Cheapest and Safest Light
known.
Unsurpassed for Halls, Lanais, Ma
chine Shops, Plantations and Docks.
See Lamps now on exhibition and
get details.
We are prepared to illuminate Pri
ate Grounds, Lanais and Halls for En
tertainments on 24 hours notice.
Open evenings till 8 o'clock.
H. N. ALMY,
Hanager.
Masonic Temple, Alakea St.
AT THE GAZETTE OFFICE.
LACE.
Orders Issued to Trial Courts -Wholesale
Forgery of Docu
ments in the Dreyfus Case,
NEW YORK, March S. A Times
cable from London says: Th marratlve
of Esterhazy, filling with facsimiles
ten columns in to-day's Chronicle, Is,
on the whole the most extraordinary
contribution yet made to th Dreyfus
affair. He has sworn an oath as to its
truth, which rentiers him liable to im
mediate prosecution for perjury, if his
statement is proved falf- in any ma
terial particular. The ta?k of investi
gating the documents and deriding up
on their truth and value w5 intrusted
to me. I have twice visited Paris dur
ing the wek and in every possible di
rection have sought confirmation of the
narrative, and although some parts and
some documents are wholly beyond my
power to prove or disprove, I am con
vinced myself that at any rate the nar
rative ought to be published.
What then, in a few words, are
Esterhazy's statements? They are
that the general staff of the French
army was from the beginning aware of
the falsity of evidence they produced;
that they shielded to the very last
moment subordinates w.io had . un
scrupulously executed their unscrupu
lous orders; that sentences addressed
by General de "Hoisdeflre, chief of th
general staff, to the jury In the Zola
trial, which absolutely forced a verdict
of guilty upon them, were actually
written by Esterhazy's lawyer; that the
letter attributed to Panizzardi, an Ita
lian military attache, which Cavaignac
produced in the chamber as absolute
proof of the guilt of Dreyfus, and
which was unanimously ordered by the
chamber to be placarded in every one
of the 3G.000 communes of France, was
known by everybody at the general
staff to have been forged to order by
Colonel Henry. These are specimens
enough. There are grounds for think
ing that the revelations, unless im
mediate disproof be forthcoming, may
be the beginning of the end.
SUGAR MAKER GETS HOI NT Y.
A Supreme Court Decision That th
Grower Does Not Share the Coin.
(WASHINGTON. March ;. Justice
Brown of the United States. Supreme
Courr, to-day handed down the opinion
of the Court in a case involving the
question as to whether -the produ.rs
of sugar cane cr manufacturer of sugar
is entitled to the bounty paid by the
Government. The cas.vas that of Mrs
Itettie, Allen vs. OgVen Smith. Mrs.
Allen being the widow of the late Rich
ard P. Allen, a large s.uj?ar planter of
Louisiana.
The Louisiana Supreme Court flow
ed, Mrs. Allen only half of the bounty
allowed, the total sum being $U..V,7.
but to-day's decision reversed this de
cision, giving her the full sum on the
ground that he was the actual manu
facturer of the sugar and that the
manufacturer and no: the cane-grower
is entitled to the Government bounty.
Justice Drown remarket! that the cane-
grower would necessarily receive his
share of the bounty through the en
hanced price of cane caused bv the al
lowance of a bountv.
TOO MANY ENT'CUPitlSES.
An industrial cris.s Is predicted
r.ir
Germany, owing to the scarcity of cap
ital caused by the ris? of many new
enterprises during the present period
of lKom and prcsjerity. The crisl- l
likely to affect emigration, at pres.-nt
at a low ebb. Hence the German-American
papers, who depend." largely n:
on new arrivals for their subscribers,
rather welcome it. for not a tenth p.irt
of the number of Germans who came
annually some fourteen years aco now
seek American shores. The Canadi i;i
papers hope that alien labor laws will
divert the stream cf immigration to
their sparsely settled province-.
i. ilERESFORD OPINION.
Lord Deresford has no confidence in
submarine boats, and is quoted as say
ing; "It is quite useless, as a fighting
machine, owing to the necessary ab
senea of morale among a crew, which
would bo in a blue-funk of it all the
time." The probability is that partly
submerged, boats on the lino of the
Nordenfelt, which exposes only a small
surface will prove of mere practical
utility and be more remunerative to
the inventor.
The proverbial luck of the Cunard
Line still follows the company, as in
stanced in the accident to their steam
er Pavonia, which was disabled when
on the voyage from Liverpool to Bos
ton. She was picked up by the steam
er Wolviston, and towed to St. Mich-
eels where, owing to a heavy gale.
which threatened her with destruction,
she was unable to enter, but her pas
sengers were all safely landed.
Must bj Radical Chnges-Corc'u
ions From an Official
Report.
Pitcalm liasd. a. j-n by th err
of a mm-of-war. ays a oa; ra;r.
differs materially from the i,ard
viewed by the member. .f t!v rVi:!
of tht trig Pitcairn. The b:U' tar
report a Sra'.h Sa !Mn a. itinc
whrv iwii the bx-f r.dan.. ? th
mutineers of the lloan y. !: tv light
ing .ii'ors say that the p!ar t the
hom of degenerate, a highly Immor
al community, and one h''i wil
foon have to h- taken In charge by th
UritUh Cimmlslor.er and mid re-
sptctal
A report haj jus; reached thl city
In a private letter that the InveMic-i-
tion ordered from Australia by the
Uritish. Govemmrr.t ha requited in
the expos of Pitcairn method that
are not in Keeping witn r;:jnon or
civilized procedure. !!a:uil:u Jlua-
:er. Special CnmK loner for Sydney.
has ?ent in his finding.- and they are
of a, very sensational u.ittwv and will
not b calculate! to Ircvolrv locr of
the "little -.vhlte missionary vrT
with enure t)nii.nre m the r.ii:i a
Island ou'.fl. Commissioner Ilnn'.er4
pa;er Is !ackfd up ly th otTiccr of
th llritih warship C:nu xwx a;
Victoria, on which vessel the Corn nil
slcner too.x p.issag" for the Ul.ind.
Itear-Admlral Palllser stugsts lo th-
Dril!sh Government thai a Governor
be appointed to the Island, and h
state. that the lack of morals cwl the
lorw mental condition of S4aie of the
Islanders Is tine to envlronnvtnts and
absence of discipline. Hunter write
that the people are Max In morals.
weak In intellect, lazy and rapidly l
cenerating." Tlvry have the sUintlns
brow, th bnito feature, but thy
haven't got the hoe. They are to lazy
to work an! tcn stupid t.- acromplUh
much If they did.
England Ies!re. t. ;ranfcr the rn
tire colony to Tahiti. There was ome
talk of placing them on Norfolk 11
and. but the scheme has been abandon
et!. The colonists have m .if led ant!
intermarrief! so freqiwntly that there
Is little iiopc of Uttering their moral
or physicil conditlcns. It Is hoped.
tlioimh. thatly M'pratlng the families
there will be no more intermarrying
and the race may be Improved.
TO PRAY FOR RAIN.
LOS ANGELES. March 7. The Met.n
oinsi mlnts'ers of Angelm an I
vicinity will seek to Icirn why rala U
withheld fnni Siiiithern California.
Ye:lneSiIay of ncx; week has ten t
asie as a day of fasting, huni.liat.cn
and prayer. The committee? thai vai
appointed by the Methodist Mlnl.;rrs"
Assoclatioa o draft resolution o.i the
situation has reported. Th chilrmjin
s.ild the situ it ion hi certa.n district
was appilllng. The cummitl'" dec I In!
there was need of rain In I he spirltua
as well as in the phV.ral .rM. Nc
recommendation was made tha; the
churches pray fcr rain, btit It wa iu
gstei they pass a day In hamlll it.cn
and fasting, and ask G! why h ha
.e:u this drotuht and what h w;.h
hi p. opV to
It A IN MAKING.
LOS ANui:u:.. Mirvh Un ! r
tli dirrrtian rf prof. T. S. I. a-
experiments are to l- :r.a ! a, ar !!-
cial raln-maklng. A c.mmi.t"-' ha
lron appointed y the i !;am r of r:;;
n;erc hrr to rai.-- . the amount
d-en: d neceary fr an appira'.u ar: !
chemicals for 1mm bar l.'r.c the e4.
Rain is very murh ne.ii- h-re. n!
th' ecnlitlnas ha l-:i variabte.
many tlnir of late, but n rain
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a Fori. d!:i:i.
Ni;V YORK. Marrh S. A rab to
the5 World from Pari uy: A grra:
wave of emotion like that "srhlch s.'arrp:
America after tho Mjln? dljatrr Is
nov na.lns over Franco. It h.i In
come cvlilcnt that the explosion cf th
l-.-.vder mnz.ixln I.i Coubni
thf xork of an eniiny. More myswi
oti. than th cx;i! Ive- fand is rU
aaick ixx the cnJn?I :hre. To shovs
were fired at him as he tood on cuarvL
The fentry pave an alarm on.1 the
guard tvo3 W3A turzifl out. but no prow
ler --ere discovered, though the sentry
say h avr aIx men running a-ay.
MARQl'IS AlVi:itTISi:i) IT)U.
IjONDON". M.irrh s.n adr.i
n.ent apneas' In :h Timcii this morn
ins In lh.ilf of a creditor nqulrins
the . he TvaUjti:, of ;h Mnj iU d'Alli
ro. th' husband tf the :v, IKanch
Roosevelt. th American .Incr an 1
novelLst. who dle.1 in Pari I rrlr.c :!;
month of S'p'.cmVr ljt.
Skits u a mkwi-a Jmtex roi
.nirrlicr C t rtnot as! 3-
VANCOVKU tR IM. Marvh -V A
the Kmpr. of India c5 the Jap&d"
cvit lir'arrtl Kokand ViVaoitSJ. la
h5ch eeTal ttg I.r. r. thrca
the Nrthm Parifi. :o,tvt V;rarl.
re oblice.1 to Uy .
tK-tatU f the tt rrlbV u; tn hSch
Itrl Cra g.ve the J n life a
..im'a'.r.; appal'.'.r.c. tt'.ly t-ir:j;
!cpt aay ard !."n.l by th
4Vpat Kancvia. At Ok iIm tljc
were a.V! ahtre by the .-nrr. Th
har!r ma ?tren miih wri. j.aak
and deirl A stone lecon eoa
ptcly itahl a ay. Th baoa
flnShe.l la iVrftnUe at a ox of
Ja;an juprnk say tha; on NowoVr
-rd. the nct blrtlay of the Enpnr.
or on August Zlti. the birthday of the
Crown Irlnc. tb rairriac f thr
rrince to lrlncr4 TeiXo. th r'N
daughter of Trince Kahlml. lil take
place.
The Japanese f.r the Gcn
nxn: p'tnh-i' of prla" railmajn ha
Urn sar.r.lasl by the Emperor.
The, Jaanee ovrnrn"nt h le-
cidel to di;atrh ancthrr wr hlp of
shallow draft to tllna for farther pro-
tfvtlon of J.'panrje -j!Jct thrrc
I'lan far Improving th rfet5-"s of
Java hae U-cn laid bfofe th i$a
rmmen:. I; U Intends! lo nkuMUh a
hartKr oi refuge as SouruZw j a and to
lay out tjattrrle r.a a commanding
poilton at ItttavU.
It l very hard to stand Idly by and
ee our dear ones u?er while await
ing the arrival of tt doctor. An Al
bany (N. Y.) dilryrran called at a drag
store there for a doctor to come and
see h? child, then very tick with croap.
Not Cndicg the doctor In. be left word
for him to come at osce on hit mam.
He a!o bought a bottle of Chaatfcr
Iain's Cough ItemisJy. which be hoped
would give some relief anil! the doctor
should arrive. In a few hour ho re
turned, saying the doctor need, not
come, as the child . was ranch better.
The drngglst. Mr. Otto Scholt, says the
family has sine recommended Cham
berlain Cough Heraedy to their sc'ca
bors and friends until he bxs x conttant
demand for It from that part of the
country. Tor sale by lb: a von. Smith St
Co., Itd., wholesale axents.
THE IfiTE mm Killlil.
50 Different Views 50!
To f'tmi tij-n tlir 1-rl
.Mouuiciiireil Vjt.
PHOTOGRAPHIC Co
t.tM!Tm.
Corner Fort a5 not:! Street
t . Nr tow It a rMsors rJ
Ulf ttttt (f,tM ttt It
run I lhiT rftt (-m k r.t
LOLA MONTEZ CREME
r crrl Vi fc S U hmi'&rr. f i
4 DAY HAIR RESTORER
iry ot ttd Str tl !rtcAef l
FACE BLEACH REHOTES FEEKLES,
It Mm. Cm:uimi ! tMii :.ir-&. Cortr
MRS. NETTIE HARRISON
DERMATOLOGIST
40-42 Geiry Su Saa TrtotiKa, CtL
CIGARS enjoy jsolls ftt cxrt
yoa like. Yt a bic stork U lit
ooJ k!nl. Zic to
LEWIS & CO., Grocers.
m FonT sTnmrr.
T:e-hcn. 24) : : I. O. Ilex, U.
8hnnet
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VACUUM III EH
CYLIlin 009
nncTic in oils.
In Januar 1899. she was
supplied at Ncwcastle-on-Tyne,
England, with
10 Ms. Yacnnm Cjli:der Oif,
30 bbls. Uarine Engine Oil.
4 bbls. Arctic Engine Oil.
The use of the Vacuum-
Oils is increasing in all the
markets of the world The
explanation of this is no
doubt in part due to the fact
that the Vacuum Oil Com
pany uses petroleum from
wells which show no traces
of asphaltum.
Asphaltum is very injuri
ous to machinery, and cheap
oils containing it should be
avoided.
A comparative test of Oils
sold in this market, on one
plantation, has resulted in an
order for bbls. of Vacuum
Oils.
Lir.llTCD.
Sols Agents
FOIL HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
NEW LOCATION.
Hate yoa tlM'.ed oar ce w q-saners aV
Cll Kief street as4 sra our msa?lrt
for Iron Tcnce and MooaacataJ Work.
Alio thox? l"an and Orsicaettad Iroa
V::cf, Cialr, Vait, lUthc aad
tarlo-at other u-rfal omts'ti's for the
la n.
V bat- on band a co?Jr lit tI
Stable Jlxt nrrs 9ci a.t oat trcrscbr.
hayracks, stall rnard. cotters ard
watennwriis. 4 thM Ufort SUier
yor !ah.
IV) joj ce aaithlnc In tLe Uaau
acctal l:e. af j.rejrarfa u
icttc yo-3 aaythific la this lit ui
ahK:n:;y the lowrst Cc-are la town.
Isrl ns show yea : ef sr ttti
acj taxd-f.
THE HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE
AND MONUMENTAL CO.
MI Kr.z :tti. IJ!r. a l::-c
Te;hos Z.Z.
Castle Ik Coolie,
LIMITED.
LIFE hd FIRE
P
UL
AGENTS FOH
C3.lEE2MIMlIl8!EHirae8J
OF BOSTON.
Ba fir? tea
OF HARTFORD.
Ladies' Sbos Boxes
Box Coucbcs,
I-AT1T IATTnt.
ue eo.
-LIMITED.
Dc: Tt;!e, tola SL, Eaaltlg.
LEVERS L COCKE.
Irscn as J XVa!crs In InzA-t a4
i:r.:::rz Maru:. os(
411 Tort Ft-
imam.
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