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Till: PACIFIC COMMERCIAL advkktisf.R: iionom-i.u. Novemhki: :i.
Tbe UNITED STATES NAVY
and the UNITED STATES
ARMY TRANSPORTS
USE THE
VACUUM
by AUiaoRiTY.ilM PARIS IN 1871
OILS
ADMIRAL DEWEY'S
was lubricated with
FLEET
VACUUM (MILS
The BRITISH, ITALIAN, JAP
ANESE and other Navies
Use
Vacuum Oils
Tuesday. November 23th. 1SI;. birr;
a National Holiday, x'A t; jwriini'-n.
Oflices throughout ..he Ur:ab!i will
closed on that day.
ALEX. YOl'NC;.
Minister c: the Iriuri r.
Interior Ofhcc, Nov. 10. I MO.
i T
A WeeI Spent kmi z Ccm
mine War Barricades.
Ilim.t.IANT UNDO Itt KM EST. '
Uy lUV.th Jo-,:::: t. NVw Yorl A- :
c-;: ri. :v -j. a. t:. 3! t.
lM.:r as, 1 Mt,U':. ,
t'r.Ij 1 r c:r..r.- : tt .
i ;rc : t- c:.jI n.-it z c ..-s.-jvi:;j
of u. rr.;-;.. V.h. 4tl t t
GIVEN AWAY!
Hi NKAKLY SO.
AUCTION SALE OI' AV.'A LICENSES.
nr
IILLI
i in
IHCIDEH1S OF THE MASSACF1
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M 3ALL
IL
ADMIRAL CAMARA, has order
ed for the CARLOS V. and
PELAYO of the Spanish Na
vy the
Vacuum- Oils
IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
the standard of merit is
The "Vacuum
In accordance with the rvMjaironie.its
of Section IS. Chanter !! of the Ses
sion Liws of 1S3. one Awa. License for
each District of the several Inlands.
will be sold at Public Auction, bftwt n
the 1st and 7th day of December. lS'JD.
Eaeli license to be for the term :"
one year from the first dav of .1 m-
uary. 1900.
The upset price will be as fallows:
For the District of Honolulu. ..1.om.mj
For the District of Hilo .V.m
For the District of wailuku.. .".
For the District of Lahaina.. i:."o.o
For each other District . . loo.ru)
The Licenses for the Districts of
Honolulu. Koolaupoko. Koolau'.oj.
Waialua and Ewa and Waianne on tin
Island of Oahu. will be sold at the front
entrance of the Executive Iluilding on
Wednesday, the Uh day of De;e:nbr.
1S99, at 12 o'clock noon.
Those for the Islands of Hawaii.
Maui and Kauai will be sold in he res
pective uistricts ot tnose islands. upoa
such day and date within the linii; of
time fixed by law. as shall be designat
ed by the several Sheriffs or their dep
uties. Due notice of date and piaee of
sale will be Riven by posters in eacli
of the said Districts. ,
a. casn ueposit oi iwcnty-iive peri
cent, of the amount of the successful
bid will be required on the fall of the
hammer, said deposit to bo furfcued
to the Government if the full am :tnt
of the bid is not paid within five days
fiom the day of sale.
ALEX. YOUNG.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Of lice. November 1. 1S'.:.
2124
Execution of a Woman in the Streets
Many Bloody Chanrs In tho
Reign of Terror.
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1UHI11IL UU
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LIMITED.
AGENT FOR THE
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Fort and Merchant Streets,
King and Bethel Streets.
SEALED TENDERS
J. HOPP & CO.
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The best at the lowest
...Price at HOPP'S.
Parlor
Chairs.
If new and comfortable,
make one's friends feel wel
come. By having such chairs
in a parlor, you cannot help
but be honored with frequent
visits by your friends. If you
go to the theater or any place
of amusement and find that
the chairs are not comfortable
you feel uneasy, do not enjoy
the entertainment and long
for the .finale. Did you ever
stop to think that old, unwel
come PARLOR CHAIRS have
impressed your friends so?
If after repeatedly extended
invitations they do not call, it
will be well for voir to think
about new
Will be received at the office of the
Minister of the Interior till 12 o'clock
neon of Wednesday, Nov. loth, for dril
ling Artesian Wells for Kalihi Pump
ing Plant.
Specifications at Office of Superin
tendent of Public Works.
The Minister does not bind himself
to accept the lowest or any bid.
ALEX. YOFNO.
Minister of the Interior.
November 9th. 1S99. ."".$."
ly :h !Mi: r.
To mo tho rev '.a:In in
Franco with Us ttnlh outbreaks of
anger, ferocity, c.ns!l:ution-m iklni:.
bloodshot, raving- about lllrty. des-;
potism of tho . nun-racy tho entire'
Reign of Terror .1.1 1 always hcn tho!
most fascinating cu.pt r in all history. I
When, therefore. hnp-.i'iud to !o In j
London in May, 171, at tho tlmo when :
a fierce war exi.'I between tho Na
tional (lovorr.in i: A Franco and tho
Communo. dirot tho Fraiicu-
(lerman War. w.Vn i;rU wan barrl
oadMl and was un 1 r firo of tho Na
tional guns. I had itit HM dojlro to
visit that ity !f I nA do o n.ifoly. J ivr
t. .. - I I I ... 1 '
National troops v- ui ! not bo a!il loj
ontor tho city lor ni. wrks. and un-
til thoy cl iI . Ii:- j'i tb ( ity itself w.i
in no d.n; : v vt'.nc on tho V r- '
saillos sitb of wh-' tho fluhtlng'
was continuous.
On tho loth .'Try. ls7l. W. C.
Droyor. of tl: :ir: i l; i.vos Urothors
Vc C.. American 'viikor- In Paris ami
lnlon. told m- t!..it ! should loav
on tho evening train for Paris, and In
order to pa-s waoat arrest through!
the military I'm. - w!;Ih tho Communo
had establish d ar.'urid I'arln, had
curoil ft)m tho Ai:jri.an iuiitor In
W 1 - 1 ... J i t T
i.oiiiiou oai. o: "arrr i
patches to Min:.:!. Washburn In f
Pari.-. At his .tigti-!i I called on J
the American Mmttr at onco. ami lioj
made ni' alv-o a ,,-.:ir f dlspatch? to
Mr. Washburn. '. th- Joint brarers. J
loft by th evt t.in;: ialn for Paris, via
Calais, and rear. I th. ::dlway station
in Paris early In the rr.ornln:. Tho
northern part f Fraa-.- was still hi u
plod by section :h" 'lrtnan army
in onler to )i;t t! 1 ; r.ce and until
tho National (.v?rn:n at, had taken
possession of th" city.
A compat.y of C..:i-:::lts. Aithoat
uniforms. o.-cur.lel trv railway station.
and tho ot!ir i: ..r.n:an1. after ran-i
fully examining .ir oarers, irmttted .
us to enter. j
On entering a t:aT- wi droit;
through tho sirec:.'. Tl.o stores won:
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f t-rr if Ui t !r.C ul in t: f ?
r.nr.c f ti. r-i: n.It 4.- 1 t -r
IlArry hjia;: ;:i cr c ;r ;:h u it. '
?ltiC 11.1 a l-rr ff -sh ir?i"J
crr,rr.( 4 trry ,cc rr." Ntcr
, c. Vliy Us t'f:"n t t;
t. rrn! a rt;:r lr fr a ! ;
!"!;L:tu n. ah I ity afr !r 1
th'. N-r. rr.i.'.f l ? tho ttr
Ce:.iy.
I It. IW In h' irv;'.ci
A2JrJrjn Jo4rr.4l f lt-!:h r.4 c t. '
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.trausht the ItorKMAN. crrr cfj
Hotrl ,nr! Nnuan-4 !r:. A Ut; j
ortrr.r.l of ih rty of Atanicxr. I
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1 -ill the
rj.rr:n ih t IS
furc-r.i ui in ir,, ... -rit:ti vt r(M f
An ! forrfen I'mum arr iltx J JfD " I" 001 UUIH I C Jl
to j-o-4 an I cite yo-4 ralc for tb M-irifni
-nrfa of joar ferjdth. .iwwmut.
Your. I- It. t.HIL
rroyrlrtor of ItumtAN.
'- V3"7
CROWM DISTILLERIES COMPANY.
Sri r'r.cfic.o
M. W. ?lcCHESNEY S: SONS.
cto'sale Grcft ini refers i3 luli-
Acct ltonntul'4 S-vp Work Cora
Aiy. Honolula. anJ Tascrry.
Manfactirli
Harness Co.
L. F. PrescdDiltt
Fort Street, ne.ir Hotel.
Dealer ia Sevrlrg vzcJiais.
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AJID OILCLOTH.
UU. UBOLBia ClPEl
SEALED TENDERS
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Will be received at the office of th?
Minister of the Interior till 12 oVIm k
noon of Monday, November 2uth, for
the construction of a road Kukuihatle
to Waipio.
Specifications at Office of Superinten
dent of Public Works and at Mr. A. J.
Williamson's, Ilonokaa.
The Minister does not bind himself
to accept the lowest or any bid.
ALEX. YOCNG,
Minister of the Interior.
November 1, ISO?. "S".
All Kinds Of Harness
ON HAND AND
Made to Order.
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Bugs,
no
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PARLOR
CHAIRS,
Then We Have
DINING
CHAIRS
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NOTICE TO FRUIT IMPORTERS.
Owing to a pest discovered by the
Government Entomologist. Prof. A.
Koebele, called the Mediterranean Uy
and which is doing much damage to
the fruits in the Australian colonies
and South Sea Islands, notice is here
by given by the Hoard of Agriculture
and Forestry that the importation of
fruits from the Australian colonies and
the South Sea Islands is strictly for
bidden.
DAVID HAUC.HS.
Secretary and Commissioner of Agr;
culture.
Honolulu. Nov. 4. 1SI9.
53S2 2122-1 m
O
3
Which help to make a meal
enjoyable. Every house
should hav a
BOX COUCH
Nothing handier to exhibit
fancy work upon.
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IRR1C.ATION NOTICE.
DPHOLSTERY A SPECIALTY.
Repairing Heatly Done.
TJ
O
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for irrigation purposes
are from 0 to S o'clock a. m. and from
4 to G o'clock p. m.
ANDREW BROWN.
Supt. Honal'ilu Water Works.
Approved by:
ALEX. YOl'NC..
Minister of Interior.
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Honolulu. June 14, 1S9C.
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HIS 01 Hi HHK
MADE TO ORDER.
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Leading Furniture
Dealers
KING AND BETHEL STS
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THE CLUB STABLES
LIMITED.
51S Fort Street.
O9O'
LIVERY, HOARDING and SALE
STABLES.
777.
319 and 477.
Stables Telephone
Hack Stand Tel.
oo
C. H. BELLINA, Mgr.
closed. Th quiet ui a New EnU.md
Sunday prevailed. As w appro.u hedj
a barricade ciir.stc.tite.l of carts and
stones, we stopp I. .ml the of.li ! In;
command examined our paper.-. !l
reatl them with Ur?;cn!ty. and did nut
appear to under.-ian 1 them. Drever
told h!ni tliat vr- Americans :
iur way with dS'.a !i to the Amen--can
Ministr. ti: replied: "Tin;
American Mlni:er i n:r friend, tluj
on. gentlemen." Oti r-a hing the llo-j
tel Chatham. ! :.:.!- d my rom and!
found myself abwt th only gicst In
the house.Dwyr with the ilisp.it li
es and also lft vurd r.t the rum. of
Edward King that I had arrived. King
was the corr"sp i I:nt vt the Ilototi ,
Journal, and had b-n a orrend'iit '
In the Carl 1st n vo.ution in Sp iin. In .
the war in Bulgaria, anti in the Fraiun-
Oerman war. II- rr trained In Paris
during the siege, nn l kt pt to his pot
during the Commune trouble. 1.
spoke the French !ing'iasrt with ease.:
and his IarK tt?in. Mozul face and'
tactful manner enail'l lAza tt mow
among the Communist troops un duty, j
I had known him :: sici" yearn. We,
strolled along t!:- Hulvard des Ita-;
liens ami settled d jw:i in the Cafe de '
la Palx for iir.Ma-t. Every More,
was closed. Th tr !s were Uesertrtl. .
We ahniv ocipi 1 :h large room tfj
the cafe. H it th !tc tcrers were j
at work iis usual. 1! the Empire was
at peace. The u;tvr brought t uj
coffee and remarked. MWe art doing -
no business now." In a few moments
a regiment of Communist, covered j
with mint ana dirt, usarcnoa ny. incyj
had served irt th Iront and were re-
tiring for a rest. Wo then proceeded to
military rieadquartrrs lor a pass. King ;
said: "I must g'.ie you a standing, a
charatter: I will call you an American1
educator." He :ia.l a speech to the1
officer in charge. omplinu ntrl the of--
fleers on th."ir n !:;ty to duty, and go: '
me a pass, under the signature nt the;
commanding general. As we passed
out into the strre?. King said: "Listen
to the musketry tire In the
at Issy." Th n we h ard the
cannon. We !; d a hack, but th
driver stipulatnl ;hat we shouM no:
ask him to g t under f.re. At the Tro
cadero. from wlikh there was an excel
lent view of the entrenchments.
saw the smoke and nard th rejHirts of
the muskets along i line of ten miie.
Many thousand v eil-dreed French
men with their wives stood r.ear if.
and without any excitement wa'ch-d
the distant content. On reaching the'.
Arc de Triomphe. tho ilriver sa!i "We
shall be under fire in this pi u S
we left him protected behind a hoi-e
and walked to the Arc. S on a j.d !-'
man said: "The t.ring from Min? Vv
lerien will begin Vefore Tunc and t!i-y
will send shells to thU place. Yai
must retire."
In the afternoon ve visited the
where the guillnttn stood In '.-. n
the Place de la C'-orde. and fo.T:d
barricade. An orh, , r without nnifrti
examined our pase.. bit se:n-d :o 1
unable to read them. Kine tn.nl-;
another clever speeh. and ue cltm! 'lj
Then e VlStfe.i
CCWTEP, SOFA AfVD STAFID
ullil'iiiiib.
Mni
I tic.
0! Beu Yalne E?er lafcrlcd
-A''
A -r- u
HULL.' LINE OF
Fimie Bmgsiy amdl
Water-Proof Laprobes.
Repairing a Specialty.
ISUFD ORDLES GIVEN PEOUH AT TEST 105.
Pnr Tinrr P. Cnrf Cc
P.O. BOX No. 322. WU I llUg U I UU Ulj(
Tolophono No. 22S
..S5HRTESI AM WELL
L E. PIKK1IAM, COSTRACTOR.
Office With the IMciflc Hcirdwcire Co., Honolulu II. I.
E. W. JORDAN
Mo. IOcSSK,
1 'd
t r
.-vf k1 malt ihnt 9i !- t
LOLA MONTE2 CREME
rU nrl a Imm UiOAff. f6
4 DAY HAIR RESTORER
FACE BLEiCH EEEOTES FEECSLES,
I -t 4-. Crrtr4 eiW. tnem
MRS. NETTIE HARRISON
DCttMATOLOOtST
Ortry SU Sta Fnodic, Ccl
K-tiui:itf- jivimi ;iul n iitr.i-N innli fn wrlN on ;uty r.J
the Nhiml.
Oli IILTY r LAI I O t!:. m-t skillful liihc-t cla
lrillltM.
G KIM,
210 NUUANU STREET.
MIOVK MOTEL.
ver the barricaile.
the Corps I.eglslatif. which w.is en
verted into a workshop. In which I. ."
women wre sewing sacks Into v hieh
sand was to bs placed for earthwork.
A. fine-looking. tll girl, with a red
i Continued on Page
MuMln tn all CVbr rr.d flrad. ('aII.-.i I;rjk f; NV P;lcu. Uzz.
Table Cover. Cob.refl ard White I.n- Curu!. ChT.l Cartaln, Cbe&l
TaMe Cover (all Ylctorla I-arrr.?. OtzzU (fUlz ar.d la colon).
Gras Cloth (white, blue and brDn. Carrcd ?j::dAlfvv!. Glove acJ Hiti
kercbUf Iioie and Kan. CamphorlrA.' Tmnkn. Por.. Fr.k. S:k-CalroSd-fred
TaMe Cover (In 3 l2.K
TAILORING A SPECIALTY.
l'.,r cit.;r.s the c4p. :iauh::i(
ih cf u. Lrjj. S:-'
i. ct;"d Ly c,trio?k tatal
c:ry. ?a;c::t.c Stj2rti!T. ta rrts--r-I'.y
rr.aVlrc r4 fi m tiw
Pachcco's Dandruff Killer.
I r r i y all aSrurrttU iJ t tt
I"t.!'.a P.t!-t Flc??.
TcIrTibcse CC
HAWAII 5I1INPO SHA
the iickele jmsESErnsnsc crna
T- only dl!r JIa-r rPi" X1
1;'V.'1 la lL UIiliIk.
rMTO Y.VCA.
rporit:iOF c uioiawa.
OSoo Nsuasu ttxetae. nlove Ilcrt-
j; HOPP & CO.

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