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. TOE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AUVKUTISEK: HONOLULU, MARCH, 27. 1WI.
OfOtOtafOtOtOtOfOtOKKHCN n 1 12 IS "A GOOD SORT" Emperor William Likes Cecil Rhodes on Sight. A BICYCLE TRUST Hawaiian Scenic Photos The best at the lowest price at HOPP'8. i LAST WEEK We had a talk about Parlor and Hex room Furniture, Chairs and "Mirrors, this week -we shall tell you about some other things that are also essential. Wo would like to call your attention to our grand display of 11 These are of entirely new pat terns, and will accommodate from four to fifteen people. We also have some very handsome Silk Floss Pillows Just the thing for your PARLOR or SITTING ROOM To give them a cozy appearance. There has been such a demand for Box Couches that we are making a specialty of them at present. . Now that the hot weather 19 coming on again, Slave you given a thought about getting an awning either for t your place of business or your residence. We are prepared to make all sizes. QPPfCO. Leading Furniture Dealers, KING & BETHEL STS. 4040KHO00OKK4000 I, 108 KING STREET. G. J. Waller : : Manager. Wholesale and Retail 4 TC lES AND- HAVY CONTRACTORS. Be Silent Barber Shoe When in need of a good, clean shave. by expert artists, with sharp tools, lalt 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. ! IHII-I I l.-ll .1-1. .. 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 TVORY, RATTAN CHAIRS, CARVED SANDALWOOD BOXES. THESE GOODS ARE THE HANDSOM EST IN ALL HONOLULU. WING WO CHAN & CO. 210-212 Nuuanu Street. HEW ARRIVALS. -00 Waite and Blue Grass Linen, Silts, Table Covers, Silk Shirts, Doylies, Pa jamas, Handkerchiefs, etc. Latest Pat terns of English and American Serge, Scotch Tweeds, Linen and Duck Cloth O KIIVI, 210 Nunanu 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. ui J.H 1 AND OILCLOTH. I E Rugs, CENTER, SOFA AND STAND Heavy Stock and Great Choice., Pi 111 e us. tic Of Best Yalne Ever Imported jvrr E. I. JORDAN -110.10 3 66 I 1(0 KOMI 99 HAWAIIAN SONG AND CHORUS -o- Sung with great success by the 1 ... . oil l .... ,To be had of awaiian Ms COMPANY, LIMITED. You should have a copy. Only 25cts. r 1 The Washington Light. keliable;, huii,i,iant cannot explode . . . cannot 11 low out NO ODOR DOES NOT FLICK Kit 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. TVe are prepared to illuminate Pri ate Grounds, Lanais and Halls for En tertainments on 24 hours notice. Open evenings till S o'clock. H. N. ALAIY, Hanager. Mascnic Temple, Alakea St. M. M1SAWA, Nuuanu etreet, near Berctanla, 0970 alte Commercial saloon. 1 1 Cllllfll. lie Wiion mat. Agree on Arrangements In Africa Telegraph Lines and Rail ways A Dinner. BERLIN, March II. The Tagob!att says that a contract has b?en con cluded between the German Govern ment and Cecil Rhodes, th British South African magnate, for the con struction of a telegraph line in Ka.: Africa. The Tageb'.att add that a contract for building a railroad through the same territory Is upon tno point of conclusion, only a few laiU remaining to Xm concluded. Both Kmperor William and Kmprv.-s Augusta Victoria, besides Baron von Buelow, the Foreign Minister, and oth er Ministers, with their wives, attend ed the banquet given by Sir Frank Iascelles, the British Kmbassador, to Cecil Rhodes, who appears to have per sonally impressed everybody from the Emperor downward. With the exception of the Agrarian and Conservative papers the whoU? press praises him. The Emperor is said to regaru him as "jun the sort of man that Germany wants." It is understoo'l that the Rl.odcslan schemes anticipate that Germany will ultimately possess WalfUh bay. on tho coast of Da ma ra land. South Africa. KIPLING. NEW lORK, March Rudy ard Kipling is steadily improving. He was moved to-uay from his rfoms on the second lloor to a suit on the Moor above which has been in readiness for him for several days. He will have more sunshine there and the apart ments are brighter than those he ha. been in. The following statement was issued to-night: "The doctors say that Mr. Kipling has stood the removal to a brighter apartment without producing any disturbances, and that with the exception of a small area of pleural exudate at the lower portion of the rignt lung, all signs of the late d!sas have disappeared." Mr. Kipling'ate a hearty .-upper to night and was permitted to read some proofs of a forthcoming book which he has written. THERE WAS WARNING. LONDON,,, March 17.' The Vienna correspondent of the. Dally Chronicle says: "A startling story, emanating from an absolutely trustworthy source, is forwarded from St. Petersburg. "It appears that on the dap preced ing the explosion of the navy powder magazine at Ia Goubran, near Toulon, the Russian Minister of War, Lleutcn- ant-General Kouropa'tkine, received telegraphic warning that both m Tou lon and t. Petersburg powder stores would explode within twenty-four hours. "He immediately drove to the pow der magazine and, after an inspection, gave every employee three days leave, installing fresh guards, establishing a military cordon and taking other pre cautions." MOUNTAIN GUNS. WASHINGTON, March 17. The War Department has ordered sent to Gen eral Otis three light batteries and a half dozen Hotchkiss guns, to bo used as mountain batteries. Tho general cabled last evening for these, saying that seventy-two horses should accom pany the three batteries. These bat teries are needed where i: is impossi ble to move the heavier artillery now in the Philippines. The Hotchkiss guns can be mounted on mulrs, which can be secured in Manila and taken through the pains and over mountains, where it is impossible to move heavy arm anient. SPAIN BORROWS. MA I) it ID, March 10. The Spanish Government has concluded a loan of thirty million pesetas with the bank ing house of Urquijo. The money was handed over yesterday and will be de voted to paying the arrears due the Spanish troops who have served in Cuba. It is very hard to stand Idly by and see our dear ones suffer while await ing the arrival of the doctor. An Al bany (N. Y.) dairyman called at a drug store there for a doctor to come and see his. child, then very sick with croup. Not finding the doctor in, he left word for him to come at once on his return. He also bought a bottle of Chamber lain's Cough Remedy, which he hoped would give some relief until Ihe doctor should arrive. In a few hours ho re turned, saying the doctor need not come, as the child was much better. The druggist, Mr. Otto Scholz. says the family has since recommended Cham berlain's Cough Remedy to their neigh bors and friends until he has a constant demand for it from that part of tho country. For sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., wholesale agents. Wheel Makers Arranging a Big Combine. Ten of the Leading Makiri Havk Signed Well Known Compa- nle Not this 'Year. NEW YORK. March I j. TLe 11. r ald to-morrow will ay: Th maker of bicycles have arrand tho d:al! of th formation of a tra.! cuml;r. thai ill involve capital to the om.::nt of $."rt,iM.M. It Is understood that n of the !-ad!n maker of h! have entered the toniL.ir.c. and that several othcr.4 will probably le p,r suaretl to add their signature to the jgn-vment. A. G. SpaMlr.g 1 .4 cre!i:.l with being tru moving jp'.ril In the proposed combine. With him are a, soe.ated A. A. Pop? and IL Philip Gor mully of the Gorrautly & Jeffry Manu facturing Company of Chlcas . No c-ango In th? b!cyc! bulnr for tno present year Is contemplated, but next year ruch manufacturer" pr t.uet will l marketed, the middleman profits being eliminated. That all this had b-n Mrrfu!!y planned Is shown by the recent organ ization of a :.(km).ihj Mcyle-jkadd company by A. I Garford, "former piv. ident of tht National Cyc Ikiard of Trade. To this Is t.i be added the teel tuU? combination, and the wood-rlm organsratlon. Aside from the Ucvet ge.ired wheel, ihrn; ar two rhalnlf bicycles manufactured, nchof which is declared by its maker to 1k the tyi of thos which will Ih cor.trollevl by the organization. Terms have already been orirrcd to thi Indr pendent con cerns which will probably b acceptd. ni:wspapi:r for himsi:lk. It Is perhaps not generally known that the German Ilrnperor has a. papr published and printed cxclulvr!y for hlmsvlf and for the Ilrapres. It U the Imperial Gazette of Berlin, containing a clear and concise- dally summary t the world's news. The edition of thU paper consists of two copir. doubt le.s tho smallest edition of any pair pb lished. ; PHOTOGRAPHIC St PPL! IIS. CHICAGO. March K-. The men mho make photographic supplies and the men who sell theni held another secret conference Lero to-day and made ar rangement 10 perfect an organization 01 the manufacturers and dealer of the 1'nlleu States. The d!eatr.4 ad mitted that pries would N ra!s somewhat. A Git HAT EDITOR DI!AD. CHICAGO. March Jo.ph Me!ill. euitor-in-chlcf of the Chicago Tribune. died suddenly at San AntonUi. Tex., this morning. The Immediate ratue of his death was Ivrart disease, ahhotuh for twa years pat the ailment of oM ao had cati.teI him great suffering and iappel hi strength. He wa al most Ti years of age. . GOMEZ AND HIS DUTY. HAVANA, March 13. General Go mez has decided to proceed with th? plans agreed upon for distributing the $3,000,000 to the Cuban troop, on dis banding., as though the Military As sembly did not exist. He conferred for two hours to-day with Gn ra! Brook regarding detail-. NLGROLS MOP.BLD. PALMETTO (Ga.), March Pour nrgroes were kllVd nnd f w.-r" w.T-r.ded early this morning by a mob of Jo') .cn who shot them down wht! they were lagging for mercy. The nine negroes were prisoners in a warehouse here, where they wcr hf!I on ?.ipi cion of nron. JOHN SHERMAN. PORT DE PRANCE Mar'lr.Pr.. March 13. John Sherman. Is a passenger on board the American I!n steamer Pari., Captain Frrdorlc Wat kins, which arrived hre ti-day from Trinidad with tho party of vxc union ists who are making a tour of ie We-t Indian Islands. U stiff ring from pneumonia. "Calumot" makes tho light est, swootost and most whotosomo broad and pastry NONE SO GOOD. AVarf tkr Uactutn UriU m (Pfni-TTff). MAKES A dmiousRhigii ball NOBLE CROWN DISTILLERIES CDMPAI1Y. Kaiulani. Wc hate tho IMtniST aad KIN HST el of VSrm of th rrMi faa-l proccjjion of Sunday U: la ctUttc. 1 a ract c CHALLHNGi: COMPirTITION. Wc arc no: gUIsg pho:otrap!n aay. neither arc c SWINDUNtJ Till: PLULIC by pitting tltmg oa tho raor ket at a prlc at hlch ll ! l3o ib!e to make gtxvl plcturr V charg-? the lowcn LKOITIMATi: ?rlo lb!c and sell only AllSOLUTKLY PKRMANnNT. Bri rht T5c-:ho beJt to In bad. C. E. Le MUNYON. KW3i Z. 3. . Ijom lla'.MIejr. Tort S JUST OPEN ! A hopon Union ?tnrrtt Vx Tower, and atn irrrcifcl lo do ail kinds of PLUMBING, TI.N.NIM; AXD GEXEHAL JOBBING. H. F. LUDEWIG. Orpheum Cafe OPEN DAY AMD NIGHT McaU SVrrcd at All Ho?r. nRn iu:auisAi: ncn Kroa 12 Till 2 o'clock. FAMILY DINING ROOM IN CONNEC TION. TARLK3 HUSPJIVKD Xll L.DICi WHITE LAIJOR INCLUSIVELY. C. U. COW, Mnn.iKor. FIRST CLASS Bicjxle Repairing Done at Wry KcAonable Figure. GIVE US A TRIAL. CLEYELiKD BICYCLES FOR EE5T. Wc bite a few f4fco3 1 hizl wir: which we Arc :;ini: at cut ntc yrictJ. ... tTY Itt'.fAttt iict. E. JONES. R..CLARK. 1 15 Rcthcl Street. Tel. 101 1. UXCLE SAM UESTAUIiANT. fort sTRtnrr. next to clud Wc frtc th t-U 25 crat nvU In the-city. Try them. SjnJvtktcs Wilh Coffee. 20c. LOOK WO SING it CO. SEATT LE BEER -AT THE ClIITEIilON SALOON. WM&i Mi KW MS CO. UMITCO. ri;:iA. Cot, xu ami rmBUk HOLLtsTXR A CXX. - - JjOELVTB. LEWERS & COCKE. lzr.rf an I IVIcri la LuaVcr aii i:u::::s Mivna:. Od. 411 Ton M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS., WtsIiiL' Crcars izl Colin 12 Uxiz izl A pen Li Hono!u'.a Soap Workj Coa pasy. Honolulu, &n4 Tacsery. Whether tou ir.t to bur sow cr not tou arc cordUUr tavhrJ to in- Irct cur tfH-k ct Hawaiian Scenes andSnbjecis In the nul'.rr of Coloml Thr't wc ricM the rvalm to none. A colIct;on of x cozen or a: ere of theM? nratlr n:ountrl mnJ tlcnt up in a nail re mule Iuhala folcrr. could not lc excclle! a pi ft Should we clance not to hr Kn;e dcinb!e view we would ra- pape to male it and le thankful for the urrtion. oar ili pUr ot Inland Viem in our how Ctxatthe Tot O.Tcr. KDS6-B 110 HOTEL ST. V7BEBLER & UlLSOIl nvn 11 114 M 1 A M M M SX SI St St St St .V .TI St St SJ St St St St St St St St st St St St St St st St st st st st st SI st BalMearing. notary notion, Ard Ttti: nLT Maritt.a which tuccrfulljr trm$ with loth the Ltkii and Cumx Stitch. Kamtd fr lighrr.r and ilurab-Ltj. Sold on rnonthlj inUl!. menu, ln;rTt:rr! prm frrr. ft' a K K to' w a' ar a' a" a" r a a' a" a" a' a a a a a' a' K a a a' Renlicg and Repiiring. NcodtoA and P.irta for Alt Machines. L. F. "MIKtM HA0LE. Fort, near Ho?cL FREE EXMATIOII. 1 $19 lr tit torsAUaa c$ tvzt rya aa tio:r ad4 aa acsraiit.'y m 12 a-rtjnorarr ats: Lu mzjir. Etwj Zccl Htxixclc U3ldca, lZUZZztd uto3 ar all lrx-rt' to a ! tl rrcloIL K&ov:!c nr 5sc, aJJM by c bn a3 lxiri fa pcoreJ ln:r3:'ji as J arvaooa, cralA ay a-TTir ta rxxsiizizz ryva tarx:sal lo yva. Trt itxl Prtkm Im AIliOIXTKLY minx as) If Klacaa w nnrTHj tlryr so t La4 at a rsore lixa rrxoQA!.; yr?f. S. E. LUCAS, PAULS: IAN OITICLVX. Love nIl :nr. ... rrt ntrwL cj DANDUUrr KILUIIl ca Laai It hat lo trry r-; :4r an J u Vtlzz kk If L-'.a $txtK a ir rsrt for CxzirzZ, ;r3t:y Lo: an 2 a: I iUa di- So. I It all CrzzzUVi an 3 ai Cn!-a Dartr SLop. 2: t-tr tn irai nnark Tit To Vazx k IJcw arc cf lartatlcnt. . I. TACHIXO. Castle & Coolie, LIMITED. LIFE AND FIRE an 11 iniixRS PRESCOTT, nNnphirU ACGNTS FOR (iii MM 1112 tests OF BOSTON. IE Hie tea fessj OF HARTFORD.