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TOE PACIFIC COMUERCIAL ADVEBTHER: IIONOLULU, NOVEMBER 5 1S00
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T fc . wuuin pa I 41 Ilk IT In th reported that Arthur iuifour. flrt lord f th treasury, and Itr tgo f hla uncl tp.i Fwllsbury. han at Ut tired of tho noil- mrj jnjn oi rnchlorhfK)d and b.a .1 nd"d ta marry. Th woman dtlned to hwm. ki. Irldw la on i.f th moat mnular t Ir London, namely. Ia.r H.n St-w- l. who arnona; her relative ami ftURilat fa a. . - 1 ami Vh i k V v. . .rae. , r.rry are not j.rerl-ely what r ""w i""mter n.ta. tina; one of the lunuu nn-rrwy ot ireiana. which Arthur Though far from Wins; aa lovely a her mother, who waa and still la cele brated for her beauty. Lady -Birdie" ttewart la a very pretty girl Indeed, arid far more brilliant, clever and ami able than the Marchloneaa of London derry, who haa never succeeded In raklnir heraelf very popular, 8n fre quently takes the j.lare of her mother .t the head of her father's tabl and he uphold, as Ltrl and Lady London- one would ; and be- Poula." to Ualfour Ulonjrs. Lady Ifeten Is a very clever amateur actrrss. I a a 4 . a a THE YOUNG QUEEN. BY RUDYARD KIPLING. Iler hand atlll on her aword. hilt the npur wa ftlll on her hel h had not cat hr harnraa of areT War.dlntfl atel! Illah on her red-at'Uhnl hrrr. iautlful. hoM and bmwnel. ItrUht.eyed out of the tattle. .'. younjr Queen rode to be crow ned. "a a 4 i i a a And he enme to the o Queen' prerve. In the hall of our thomand years. In the hall of the fire freaj nntlona that are pera imonx their pra: Iljral ahe aave the Rreetlnr. loyal she bowed the head. Cryln: "Crown tne. mr rnotherr ard th Id Queen ctood and nald: "Now ran I crown the further? I arc.w whone rtamlard flUa Whera the clean aura: take the Iualn or th notrhed Kaikouraa rlp. ICood of our foea on thy bridle and f -ch ' our frlen la In thr mouth How can I crown thee further, O Queen of the Sovereign HouthT "It th five free natlona wltneeaT TSut the younar Queen answered awift: "It ehall crown of our crownlnar to hcM our crown for a gift. In the days when our folk were feed thy aword mad, sure our lands Wherefore w come In power to br cur crown at thy hands." And the old Queen rained and kle1 ler, and the Jalou circlet preat. ftopil with tri pearls of the Northl trd and red with the gold of th. West Lit with her land' a own opal.a, l!oi-h ar(el, alive. And th fWe.atarred crfua above them, for algn cf th nations five. o It was done In the preance In tr halt of our thousand year In the fac of the five free nations that have no peer but their peera; And th younar Queen out of the Southland kneeled down at the old Queen's kne And aake.t .for a mother's bleswlna; on th excellent yeara to be. And the old Queen stooped In the stillneas where the Jewelled head drooped low: Tu:hter no moie but slater, and doubly daurhter so Mother of many pr'ncew and child of th child I bore. What Roml thins; shall I wlh the that I have not wiahed before? "Shall 1 give thee delight In dominion raih f.rMe of thy setting forth? Nar, we t. women together we know what that luat la worth. I'ear on thy utmost borders and strength on a road untrod? These are dealt or diminished at the secret will of Uod. "t have swayed troublous councils (I am wis In terrible thlna-s) father and son and grandson I have known th heart of the klnara. hall I give thee mr sleepleea wisdom or the gift of all wladcm above? Ay, w h. women together-I glre thee thy people's love; Tempered, augnat. sMdlna-. reluetart of prayers or vows. Faa-er In face of peril as thine for thy mother's h6use, DM requite thee, mr daurtter, through the strenuous yeara to be. And make thy people to love thee -oe thw hast loved me!" ta ra Ti Ti - K Ti fi n n n n n K fi fi fi a- u n 3 fi fi u fi fi u fi 8 e. ARTISTS! MAKING READY FOR THE FALL EXHIBITION an. I col- rn I. ui;. img ('aia they h. Catholic I'.tth'.llx nt K ..- (i. lil mrm r-r. , " ,v ha "" avi ,. ' Po- "Ml,, A leal rx aa private r" nt r-i uua or Ivate l1 " a?. 1 h B, ""W V ' ' 'Momenta v,., r,ft ,KI, -,-l. which K.T1 they are fi f a, , ra wall. In pay '" (o bl.-v IK.f "'"''on cf nature tl'Ret In V. fai m. W "l tk. " " areat item a f U. D. IIOWAfti llITClIdHiK. cna:rman ci me piticrai commute or it.! Kllohana Art League, haa announced that the full view reception w!ll oe ba-t.l on Monday. November 5, : p. m., and that the League will thrtv open Ita hopltaMj otors to the public fem Tuesday. Novkn.br 27, until Satur day, reremher TZ. Mr.-Hitchcock says that It will be t'te finest exhibition ever held In Hono:uTu. nlng to Increased mcmbershtp an! 'hi many new artist, now In the City, w.10 .ra epecte. to contr btite bo(h landcps ani prtrall. The memrshlp of th league has sv-e'.led to nearly 2. This month fifty new naroea wr plare on the Hat. . Mr. Hitchcock will eahlt.lt either seventeen or eighteen canvasses. He haa heen working very hard for thla eahlb t on and feLi ahowlng will be a (In one. Notable am-ng them will b a Urge canvas of the crater of Kllauca In cfuptlon. aa u was In "V. This waa painted from sketches ttween thirty and fcrty cf hem-taken on th spot. It Is gool. He will enter a large number of marines. n la entlt'ed "On the Hawaii 0et; another 1s a scene off Peart Harbor be fore aunrlsr A surf piece outld th r'ff at Hllo will be liked. "Mokulll" will r entered, although It I a private order. There Is a lovely bit of nature ntltld the "Judd I'oad." which Is Hollandlsh In treatment and color, and many or the tortralta will attract mora than passln In rest, although Mr. Hitchcock stoutly aaaerta portralte ar not his metier. Th new art sts. wnose won win h such a distinct and pleasant f-ature cf n . , .. Vi. k ! a. ta. M ' "aa. m r..s. aZ a M p-a nw ronrl.mlon t "OtlM ha fltila. aftlP ..... ".'i cn:mgea S J' "s l,,V ""' pnes. -hial . .'h" "are a "to;;,,, 1 vwt, in the exhibition, wf.l enter portralta. Und capea. marines and possibly some plas(er T Kll'hsna's Japanese at horn la arnounced to tak place on Saturday. ro vember 1 It will be an artistic, literary, musical and p'ctorlal feast. Mulca!ei 'tavs become a marked feature or tne iii;ui entertain mem. tn future a reception 10 the m-mbers ar.d their friends will be glvenminthly. T.e aim Is to make th Leagu similar In purpose to those of New York. Boston. T'MembVrs of 'ih League are requested to obtal- membership r.rtj for the .nmlnTV." a, soon .s-s.hle. for th-e card, will be ""nr to admit ir.em r, ,i privileges and functlona of the League, and will Ir. future replace fcP rUlsZtTJrt'??nM 1T o ho'ders of membership cards nrd the , elrt of a notice will have the effect o, an Invitation Membership tarda arc , bloM alned from th-treasurer. Mrs. Le.la O. Mr,j,n. upon payment of da-.-a a the omce of the Dvsy l'holograph Cmany, Hotel street. Vote the Straight Republican Ticket. Mr P body Had Paaeesl TbroagU " a 17101 K.x perl ac of Iler Ufa Befanre She Foatud m rtcmedy for All IVeman'a Ills. Nobody yeho sees Mrs. Mary M. Teabody, of 42 Water Street, Haverhill, Mass., to-day vvill find it easy to believe that 6b 2 has passed her 63d year end has en dured more surcrinj Una conies to the ordinary lot of vroinen. How the regained health and happiness is Lest told in her own words. She says: ifrg. iSary AT. Peabody, 3 1 "fMd snrlnf I bad tha grip which left my system all run ".uirsred from fsmale weakness nod troubles peculiar to women. bad no sirengta and 00 ambition. My friends did not think iUal I would live and 1 waa afraid that 1 was roin Into consumption. Ti rc1dth t-enefltthat Ur.Wtillama' l'ink Pills for l'ale Peoplo Th?J?ii? furmer UlQes' nd Jlr 1 began taking them. JbeydidnotCiaapnolntmo. I used several boxes of them and from a toUl wrack I was made a bealthy woman. My only regret U tbat I did jot know of Ur.WlUUms' Pink Pills for Palo People wben 1 had the change of lira. I am now enjoying the best of health, eat heartily and alaep aoandiy all dee to Dr7VullamB Pink Pills for Pal People, -Mi T,?.M.,,n,M' .fk?u boa my ease that I do not care to bar puoltahe.1 but I will gladiy answer any womaa who earea to writ sua , aiMMittaa eaojacu" . . Mast M. Psabodt. Subscribed and sworn to before me this first day of September. 1KRV THOMAS W. QOIJtBT. JuMice ot t iVacs. T)r. 'Wnilams Pink Pills for Pale People are an onfalllnr speclflo for such fllseaaea aa locomotor ataxia, partial paralysis. bU Vitus' dance, sciatica, neuralgia, 1 rheumatlam, nervous headache, tne after effects of the rrip, palpC tat ton or the heart. pl aad sallow complexions, and all forms f weauaaa euaar La tuaia or female. Look for this trad mart cn every package. DR WILLIAMS' INK 2 91 .JJJills tJ 3 II DB a if roR ale: EOPLE a ( u ci fx Soli by all druggists, jo cents per box; six boxes, S2.J0. i DR. WILLIAMS MEDICINE COMPANY. Gchene t3dy, N. Y. IB The Paris Exposition OF 1900 vArrAAArAAAArrWVVVVVrVVVVyV AWARDED TO THE Remington Typewriter A DIPLOMA OF "GRAND PRDC" A -GRAND PRIX" ts th highest grade of award offered by the Tans Exposi.in. higher than Gold or Silver MedaL and is a fitting- recognition of the supreme excellence of the REMINGTON. H. IUCKFELD & COMPANY, Ltd. Dealera for the Hawaiian Terrt-ory. For exhibition at the store of the PACIFIC CTCLH AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY, EHLERS BLOCK, FORT v STREET. 'cVAArVVAAAeVAVAArVVVVVV WE HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OP Electroliers. Brackets PIANO AND READING LAMPS, DECORATIVE AND PLAI! SHADES AND GLOBES. MEDICAL BATTERIES. ANNUNCIATORS. Bells, and General Electrical Supplies IN IIONOLULU. Special Bargains K ia ELECTROLIERS AND SHADES. 0 m ODD FIXTTHiES ncd Shades will be sold at a sacrifice. The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. LIMITED. Have in Stock and Offer for Sale P and B f. ROOFING. BUILDING PAPER, PRESERVATIVE PAINT, BOILER AND STACK PAIN!. INSULATING COMPOUND, BRIDGE AND ROOF PAIXX KEFINED SlIGARS, Cuba and Granulated. PALNT OILS. Lucol and Linseed. STEAM PIPE COVERING, ' Reed's Patent Elastla BeetJvBaJ Covering. LNDUK1NE. Water-proof Cold Water I'sdnt, la side and outside. In white and aaJU ors. FILTER PRESS CLOTH, Linen and Jute. CEMENT. UMEIAND BRICKS AGENTS FOB t WESTERN 8UGAR BJCFTNINO CO, ' . aa jrranciswo, cax BALDWIN IXCOMOTrVB WOKKB. rnuaoeipma, ta, . NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CXX, aianuiacturers or Mauonad Caaa Shredder. New York. PARAFFINS PAINT COMPANY, an sTanciaco, cL HLANDT CO San Francisco, CaX AU Kinds of CANDY. Always Fresh and Pure! WE HAVE IT. . Remember your friends, and youf kindness will not be forgotten. Our fine Candies make an agreeable prenent for anyone. Office: 'Phone 3W. P. O. Box 144. Power Station: 'Phone SS9, Republicans, Democrats, Independents and Other Parties: Should unanimously endorse the following facts: Resolved, that it Is the sense of the party (having tried and found satis factory) to encourage the benefits and pleasure the HONOLULU BE L6 CIGAR 1 Does to voters, by Us liberal and general use of same by all intelligent men in the Territory. Sold by all retailers for five cents. OUR CONFECTIONERY satlnfles the appetite and strengthens the body. We also have Delicious Cakes, Pies and Bread Which are made of the beat floor aad by experienced workmen. NEW ENGLAND BAKERY J. Oswald Lutted, , Hotel St. near Bethel. Mgr. J. J. Plonsky, TERRITORY. OF HAWAII. SOLE PROPRD3TOR. Read the Advertiser 75 Cents a Month. A Family Group! Wa makt a hulsress of taklnjr pic turesmake a' feature of art photo grapho. We study the arrangement of groups and the posing of individuals, and our work is the sort that Insures s tlsfaction all around. Call and be convinced. J. J. nm runt 1 ART STUDIO Fort Street, Upstairs. Alarm. Cabinet, Hall and Onyx LeKS. a AJfo, a very extensive assort ment of Hawaiian Souvenir Jewelry at 404J4 FOKT err. JEWELER. B I ART'S '4 !' '.I..'. . i -4' a . : s '!