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v in i n i Aimumi, . tieerol orKOIllz8Uolls tiiat nre aum.
Fledued tn urithrT Sect iwr Party, ig to dominate all the public affairs
Hut Ettahlhhed for the Hen. tit of All. ()j ()t cmll,trVi
PROVISIONAL LEGISLATURE. , Ituail taxes to spurlal ilcpujlt
, Kxicnes vlaclnt; Ioan, 1S!U.
Regular Otmeral Session of tho Kxe- ;'0h1 S'm . . . . . . .
., . ,, , ., Paviuent under Sect lou'-'
cutive and Advisory Councils.
TilUUSDAY. JAN. -J.V 1MI1
While from a party standpoint it , This afternoon's session of tho Kx-
, t'ives a real advantage to tho party ooutivo ami Ailvisory Councils was
ofHawaiiaiiiiidonoiidone.e,ii.theoyes VMA out 1.V Vieo-1'residont
... ii . i .i - . Wilder, with whom wore present:
of the world, to have the supporters A,jllistJr, kj i)amon aml Smith;
J. M. Vivas, one of the I'ortULMn-e of tlie revolution belio by theiractioii"
militarv officers and interpreter in 1 the claims industriously propagated
tho courts, has revied the ipiestioii ' abroad of the Provisional Govern
of Portuguese labor immigration, moot's possession of tho most almo
in a published letter he attributes lule and unrestricted confidence of
tho failure of A. Maruues and P. A. i all the better elements of this conn
$ 3lll,7ll Oil
Hawata Hardware Co., L'l
Councillors Ktumoliith, Allen, Water-
hoiie, Hrown, leiiuov, ouug, Mor
gan. Hollo and Mcudoiica.
Dr. Ifodg'Ts. scretary, read min
utes of pmii.ius meeting.
Mr. Urown presented a petition of
tho llau..!nn 1 lilt d ware Co. for the
Due P. 9. Bank tui.l I',
notes . .
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Dias, in their quest for such labor I trv. there are graver considerations I return of duties p.. d on goods that ,
within the pas, f,w icars, to tin- ,, . .I.m. those of parti advantage in- ; JjJ J f fc (W!
ntiafm.t.irv intin., .,f t !.. itnliii'i.- vo veil. Lie fierce battle hoiiiir , 1.!
P. ft. IH.'CK MKM'l.
Sutlers this date ol with
Fcliritnri liml M
i en Imiiil
satisfactory natute of the induce- vol veil. I lie uerco battle n'K Mimiu'i. Cmiiiimtw.
t I r. I... ..t.... ' ifitr.il (nttwf flwi iiitiifritv uf t lifi i M:. .:...... It. .,..,. .tr.,u.i.ii...l ..,!
lllt'Ill llJ VlMMt-l'll IMII1I UIC M,II- ,, .p,....i xf,... ... .... , .,llll-'lfl lyuilli'll nrnvHiru jfvn- ,, 1 t I t ll V I
teis. There i no doubt, however. ' Provisioual Government by seeret tion from ( Capt. Tripp, former jttiloi , hMSo Uate " ...
il I - .,....! 1... i.n-.ni i.t inis .if ts nrolcsseri sun- oi v.uii i iisim. in i. im-m . ,
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I'ROVISIUSAI VW.NMP.Nr MKVIO.
cn-li, current nr-
l" '")'' i ..r l.i- a?.l...rv .l,...(...l nlf luiilnr ' . This amount c.vjT. all .mi.-os Inelml
those agents to the Portuguese i,l I porters constitutes a menace to the ;;;:;,,,-,.!. U.-fcrred to t-'in- i.iSVtTlaturer """"l""
audorsof the Atlantic were as fa or- liberties and the peace ami welfare aillM, (jn ijnee. .. ....,- ...... -
able as the planters were then or are of the real people of these islands Minister Miulli complained of ills- ,., ,.,., . i, ,,.
... will.nif to concede. Manv venrs . for umux years to come It is an at . courtesy o the llxecutivo in tho pro-1 o.n.umlli.gLrilMi W
ago, before Porlugue.e ituuiigratioi, . ... create a permanent govern- I SS;;:(,frUMi!:i,te;s,,had seen
had been quite -lopped, the Hi'Lu:- immt on a plan wholly ropugnant to I tu,u j0 lIum p10v.(M,,i,.,l t nwl a
ii.n published interview- with all the ', the primary principles of constilu- j batch of letters,
principal -ugar men in Honolulu on tional law as expotiuded by the ablest The SelutoUou Club forwaided ro
.1 , ti -..hi,, i niithoniiiM. All the st.ec.al t.loadiuL' Mlnli..iii. .'K'-,'t interference with
. . . . . ' . ir r . .. i tho Uoveriiineiit l.y oiitsiuo organ-1 1i. ,. i.nM.i i.in siivines
ion thus elicited was that more ; for a bastard form of representative , j,;,,,,,, BMll ,iM.laj,ing for itself llanic !. ... . . 1.
Portuguese immigration wa- no! ' government which is made by the n,,y intention of med iling with Uov- Hulnnce cryllt of i Itnml
desired becau-e it furiii.he.l the i revolulionisis H in direct violation j erniiient bu-iuos. i lialance to 'mTfV School
. . .i . i. i.i . t . i TI.., A timriMtiii I titriiti itnt in n n i.. n ......
nmL xuimimu tilniilat on :iixir of t oi l no lutuiamvuini uii'onw oi im " . "";i" y" --- - - a i'wj
.11 nationalities tried. Win., had to j United Slates federal polity. One ' ?Z ST. ,?l en'mmn'K'0
tti-paid on account of the women of the.-e theories is that a free pen- Mr. Kuimeluth moved a resolution
and children for passage, together ; pi" must learn by experience the j that the League's communication bo
with the comparatiielv high wages benefits of good government and the j referred to a committee of three,
r .i " . i !.. mwi ...nlii.i. if I, nil if.it-.irti. with nil ruct ions to ascertain by
fieccrts.'irv lor tln sustenance of pains ami tieuaiiies oi oau iroveru , . .. ., ,, , ,t
iiniss.irj nir i in uuii.imi m , i i r circular letter the sentiment of tho
Portuguese families, wa- more than meiil. No coorcion is to bo employ , Aunoxatiou Clubs throughout tho
the planters bebeied ihey could I ed t the central or federal author- Kroup.
alhird. Another objection to Porta-ii' ooinpel the minor state) Minister Smith thought the .mat-
guese IMi..r iu..nira.io. which was authorities, outsi.le of constitution Vrlf1,u.!,1,!,, 'VVIrl IninonilT
patent to everybody, was that the al restrictions recognizing human j J' ".jffi Sftrtuw
people would not remain on the equably, to give their people any I iruii-otl from the fundamental
plantations, after expiration of their better government than they them- Utatus of the Ooveriiment. People
contracts, but (locked to Honolulu ' -olios elect to have. Even if it were in I hi; count rv would nalurally bis at
and airirraiatod the concesiion of admitted, which il is not in am de n loss to docule, and would want to
'"I aggrui.iuu im ioiij,i non oi . . know how tho propo-al was regard-
tho common labor market. With- , reo. that a majority of the Hawai-1 (l(1 ,y tl(, (joumirt t.mulvo9.
nut sillllcieut mpiovmeui ai.iMit wie " i'"niiiiinioi,n urn niiun.M - , iMr, yriiwu reuaroeo uio iiniiiosi
vcharve-. -tores and" workshops, for ' telligeuce and capacity to tho rest ! tiou as looking toward theeslablish-
iiiivtliiuir near all who wo!d be here 'f the tnliabilaiils of lhes islands, 1 monl of a permauenl form of gov-
iin.Miiiiib iiiarnii wiiowuii.ii ii ntn . i. i em il. He thought such action,
al once, discontentment ami destitu-, there i- no, one triuuliilt .if In, . -h.,,,!!,,,, Hual atstititi ly the Unit ml
tion induced an exodus to the Pa
oilic Coast, where maii.v of the emi
grants found ihcv had only gone
farther to fare woi-e. It naturally
lucrea-ed the ili.-iucliiniliou of the
planters t introduce more Port u
guee when they saw these people
brought here to work in the chief
iudiislrj of the country, swarming
luto town where their plethoric pros
etico iuaiiguraled lueiiilicaiicy.htt her
to totally utikuow ii in this coiinirv.
ami, instead of going hack to tin
vinplo.v ..if the planters for n tolera
ble livelihood, clearing' out to Cali
foruia. 1 1 practicalli amnimted to
the Hawaiian planter.-' being le-avilv
taxed for supplying labor to tin- Pa
cilic Coast. With sugar away down,
lar beloiv what it via tvheii i'oilu
gucMj imuiigiation wa- in vogue, and
in view of the experience of the p.'l-t
herein noted, u -eein- only a wate
ol time to attempt attracting the at
tention of the planum; i;uild lo the
bTILL ANOTHER SCHEME.
justice or nirht which can be cited
to support (heir attempt to sot up a
i tiling IhmI politic in the midst of
but apart from a free-born common
wealth taied for the maintenance of
, 1 see that Kditor Smith is gra
I eiously plea-ed to announce his re-
I tiremeiit as a candidate for a seat in ,
! the Advisory Council, to iirevent, as i
i he .-ays, "any taint of self-seeking' j
I Irotu adhering 'o ins advocacy oi an
tiicreau in the membership of that
' bully. And now we shall never hear
1 hi.- Ilaiuleiit spread-eagleism on
I Thurndai afternoons and read of his
I valiant endeavors to licnclil thu
I "port vviirriikiugiuau" in tho reports
I .ii i lie .-e.--ioiin of that august bod).
: .No verbal tilts for him with the
Migar magnates and tno punning
interest repre-eutatives. No wordy
and impassioned dialogues for him
with Senator lmuioluthas to wheth
er the .lapamiMj in an Asiatic or mil,
and as Mich not untitled to the frau
i hi-e. No ocular proof for him that
mandatory resolutions of the Laguo
Saturday, Jun. 20, 1894.
The arrival of the "Martha j
D.wis" busted the corner in
oil and added goods to our al
ready large stock of plantation
Last week we filled an order
from a manager on Hawaii for
eight miles o? the locked fence
and another irom a manager
on Kauai for three miles. In
the first instance the manager
guaranteed the owners an in
crease of thirty-three and one
third percent in fat cattle if
they would adopt the locked
fence for the pasture fields,
not that a particular kind of
fence would make the grass
grow but that the locked fence
was strong enough to keep
depredatory cattle out while
tne leeu was growing, ine
three mile order from Kauai
was simply a trial trip, and if
it is satisfactory we expect to
see most of the island girdled
with locked wire lence. it is
only a question of time when
it will be universally used be
cause it has so many points of
superiority which commend it
to people who use wire fences.
Durability, Strength and Eco
nomy in price are the three
points which make it the best
fuiir-u it! fbn tt'rt-trl 'nn tirill
Mr. Uollo reported from the Mill- , ..,.,. ..',., .. ,i
tnry Commit tee on th requisition ! unuersianu inai wnne we can
of Col. Sopor presented at Inst I it a fence, we do not sell It
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Oornw JTort A Hotel Streets,
(YrtltWtcs wlthilrnnti from
circulation aim ilejitcil
for safe kt-ojiliit? . 2-.U00 tU
I'nsli In treasury to mlconi all
tiUt'lMtiillnurtTtlliciites 'Js,O0O 00
Total amount ccrilllcatos . 312,000 m
I VIII 70
I SVi.tls 15
Km' current account from
rami's to loan fuml . ..I
Dim current account from ad
vances tn Postal Si vine,
Kltctrlc lliilit . ..
Aid llllo Pin- ! nrtiiiftit
IS I t'2
I BEG TO INFORM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OP JANUARY.
and tho Annexation Club have not
,.,,,,, i . . i i lieeu burked ill transit, but have
I IS .plev..in areh.t..el bv pro iJ(.0ll ,uv read and relegated to the
fi-Mou, ha- braneled out in the role im,)(, ,,f the Councils' tile never In
of ooustruetive ri'volutiouarv statfr ire-appear like liauquo s ghost and
maiishiii. Hi -liiin-s tho waul of
up-el (he saccharine conscience ol
the ten aulocratie ohgarehs whoso
occupation and wealth are so objeu
tmiiaiilo to Smith -withaW.U. lie
has foregone all the.-u delights to his
oiil. I'Iio antique 'M oar war-horse
, ha- ninllcil the tray, out has magna-
i muioii-lv declined to parlieipale and
!l, his opponents, like Samson
of old, with the Jaw-bone of an ass.
for ' Yet still with freshly sharpened
goiisi-qudl ho pricks tun laggard
-ides of hi- "co-mates iu exile" ami
tiruen them to tho fray in tho words
I .if i In, iriilliint luiililT iii lilaok-uveil
i ." ": ' . . ...". .
loiilidi'iiei' of i he Atnorican League
with an Irish head, and of its mouth
pieiv the Stai. in the I'rnv l-lolial
Oovurniiii'Ul a- at present con-ti-
lilted. Al-o he lia- a reheine of re
euustriietion of that body lo pro
lioutiil. which i as cliildlikc and
Maud as the empirical reiuedie-
ihe present ailiiiilleilly iiou-repre
-eututive government which have
li-u propo-ed bv thu Star. Mr.
Kiplov advocates an om-IumvoIv parti Su-au, "1, vour bravo leader, will fol-
vote for ten new Advi-orv Uouneil
lurs. the mill to extend over
nights. There is no attempt to lay
a foundation for this mode of pro
eedure, by showing that auj thing
liko the main purpose lia- ever been
adopted in the midst of a revolu
lion. Where and when ha- an at
tempt been made to amalgamate
free representative institution- with
a strict military rule? The Provi
sional CJoiernmeiit was not formed
with an; idea that it was ever to as
sume the nature of being represent
ative. It was formed to be inde
pendently dominative over the af
fairs of the country, until it could
carry out a policy leading to a per
manently and pervasively represent
alive system of government. Ain
overt attempt to subvert its consti
tution ijr tint horitj i seditious, while
an attempt, within the ranks of
those who have sworn to see it
through lo the consummation of its
fundamental policy, to change its
structure against its will, is miiti
uou.s. hvor.U lung via- surrendered
to the 1'iovisioiial Government a
such, ami Us armed supporter.- were
not supposed to be an organic part
of that Uoverumeut. All their in
lorferoiices with il have been -impl.v
rebellious and a violation of thou
sworn confidence in Us capacity to
do the worlt for which it was estab
hshed. Tim bare po.-ibibt.v that a
hotheaded majority of the propo-cd
lo boei.larged Advisor.v Council mav
lake liHhiy action toward resisting
instead of advising the Keciitie.
or tending to defeat the main object
of the Provisional Uoveruuioiii-e
laletico, makes it iiicumbeiit on the
I'lovisioual Ijoveniimml as it stands
to maintain Hs olf rospoct and iuteg
live ! r.v-
low behind and lead you on to vie-
Shemouiiiiee! iiestir your
Let us haie ton more men
in those Councils, iiiou wo shall
not need to pass resolutions in the
hague and thou adjourn and re
convene as thu Annexation Club ami
pa-s them again." Hut ho wisely re
frains from mentioning who his ten
candidates are. Possibly tho clori-
mis oratorv of Tun Murray, or Poker
Mcl.ain. or other
Dan, or lilacksmill
i y.riiiioiiiuf members of the Laguo
coming boiwueii tho wiml ami liietr
nobility would not bo a pleasing
prospect lo Mejrs. Dole, Smith,
Hatch. Kimiioliith, Waterhoiise.
Hollo, Young, etc., and ihev might
put as equally prompt and fatal an
extinguisher on the hopes and as
pirations of greatness of ihtse
"bravo blioys," and keep them iu tho
innocuous desuetude of the secret
sessions of the Laguo. That they
may do so in a consummation de
voutlv wished for In the
Who Built thu Dredu'or.
1 ICuitoh Hn.i.Krix:
I That item in last night's Star by
F. Duff relative to fJardinor's alllda-
vii iu the Holomua of tho 'id is
, false Percy Gardiner and Freeman
' Duff did work together on the
new dredger, putting in the machin
ery, oie., under siiperiision of Mr
.John Dyer of the ((i-dou Iron
Works, a an Francisco. )
. (Mil-.; Nina 1! iiiium.k.
Honolulu, .Ian 21, IH'JI.
Hood'u ami Only HoodV I
Hood's Sarsaoarilla is caiefulli
imqiared from Sar.-aparilla, Dando
' lion, .Mandrake, Dock, Pipsissowa, I
(.luiiipei' liorries and other noil i
known reiiiedios, by a peculiar com
bination, pioportion and process,
giving lo Hood's Sarapanlla cura
i live powers not posse-sod by other
medicines. il effects remarkable i
cures wliou other propitiation fail. ,
Hood's Pills euro bilioiisiiuss i
pemlmg final action ty
Slates Uoverumeut. was premature.
The mutter should be referred to
a committee, not for reference to
outside bodies, but to bo thoroughly
considered by the Councils, llu
hoped the mover would amend the
resolution to this end.
Mr. ICmiuelutli would lie glad to
withdraw the resolution altogether.
I hey had put their fool in it by
, listening to all these calls upon
1 their attention. His idea iu moving
: for reference to the clubs was that
; lie fell convinced the country would
exptess Hs ill-approval of the pro
posal by an overwhelming voice.
Ho would vvilhdiaw the resolution
ami move that ihe communication
be received and placed on lile.
Mini-tor Smith deemed it highly
proper In haie the matter consider
ed bi a committee. It was an im
portant quel ion mi which good and
intelligent people were divided. Tho
proposed change to make the olllce
of Pre-ldetit distinct from that of
Minister of Foreign Affairs, which
had beeu quoted a- an equally radi
cal change loan increase in the Ad
visory Council, was not a parallel lo
i!o hi'. That chauue iu the Kxeou-
I live was not a radical one, bill was
rendered Inghlv advisable by the
failure of the President's health,
lie moved the letter be referred to a
Mr. Waterhou-e moved it lw lo
the Judiciary Committee.
Mr. Brown still adhered to the
mot ion to lay it on the table.
Mr. Damon poke against giving
consideration at this Juncture to the
proposal. It via- decidedly injudi
cious while the Hawaiian quest ion
wa- before the United States Con
gress. He regaided the proposition
as tending to sidetrack the main
cause of this tiover uncut'-establishment.
For himself ho had gone in
to tho (lovernuieiil, not because ho
liked to govern, but because he be
lieved annexation wa- nece.-sarv for
this country. Any attempt at estab
lishing a permanent form of govern
ment was calculated In hurt tho
cause of annexation.
Minister Smith, while agreeing
with the idea uf previous speakers,
-till advocated reloroiice to a com
mittee. Mr Teiiney said il would be time
diioukIi to seek a more lepresenla
live form of government when a
definite answer was received from
the United States Uoverumeut re
garding the question of annexation.
On a vote the letter went to the
Minister Smith read a letter from
Walter G. Smith, announcing iu
effect that he had given up tho no
tion of trying lo got into the Coun
cils, because his candidacy had led
lo dissension in (he party. Ac-
uirotiuu. Thov recommended that
the surgeon bo allowed to pay for
his own uniform, and that ?3t.2r, be
granted to repair the uniforms uf
tho drum corps. Adopted.
Tho same committee reported on
tho resolution of the American
League criticising the shipping of
two field guns to the Midwinter
Fair, saying there wore 1!) good guns
i..fi I...f .1." r ... .1... i.-.i.!i.!i '..
Oil Ollll IIIU IHVIir l I III) lMIIIMl J".
did not cripple the Government's
means of defense. Accepted.
Mr. Morgan was granted further
time for tho committee on the Chi
nese immigration question.
Minister Smith promised a bill on
Chinese immigration al next meet
ing. Minister Smith submitted the fol
lowing matters relating to the mili
tary from the Incentive for the
Advisory Couucll'n advice:
"1. The pay of moil who re onli-t,
who have been In active service for
one year, ami whoso ro-nulisl incut is
"2. The gradual reduction of tin.'
paid force, by mil lllliug the places
or I nose whose terms expire.
"II. Tho centralization of the oald
force at the Fieoutivo building, hav
ing a guard detailed for night ser
vice at tho Courthouse."
Minister Damon submitted a state
ment, showing the amount of the
monthly pay roll of the forces to be
Uoth referred to Military Com
Minister Smith, iu reference to an
insinuation iu an anonymous news
paper letter that he was related to
Mr. Oirvin of San Diego ile.si red lo
say that the gent Ionian named was
no relative ol ins iu lho remotest
Mr. Urown moved the adoption of
lho resolution moved by Mr. Llmino-
l.tll. ..I ImbI .ti..rtt 1.,. ..iniriiu, I linl
nun ui iuri iii.-vt ,i,, ii-,.,, , iii in,,. If. - a, ii
should ho con- l"i iiiu "u uimciijiuiiiiu uuys,
made up. Wo simply sell you
thu wire, stays and washers
necessary to make it. If you
do not wish to build a new
fence but to repair an old one
we will sell the stays and
washers and you may make
your fence as jjood as new.
These stays cost you six dol
lars a hundred and the washers
forty-two cents a hundred. In
ordering by mail remember
that you need a washer wher
ever your wire joins a stay; if
yours is a five wire fence you
will require five washers to
each stay. It's an easy mat
ter to calculate the saving; any
one who knows that two and
two make four will understand
that a wire stay which costs
six cents is cheaper than a
wooden post at sixteen cents.
Ordinarily the original cost of
an article is the greatest ex
pense. Consider the saving
there is in a locked fence, and
the first cost is reduced to a
Carbolinium Aveuarius is an
article much used by builders
for coating wood placed in con
tact with the ground and where
moisture quickly affects it; the
object of the preparation is to
preserve the wood from decay
consequent upon tne ravages
Will be offered to the Publie and it will pay you to tradU at
the "TEMPLE OF FASHION."
... 1 AM OFKEKINO NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only.
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant Assortment of Colors at 20 Ceutu Each.
Jut Received by lust u Australia" a Large Stock of
To be sold for one wkek only at 10c., 12 Jc. 14e. and 16Jc.
per yard. Goods worth 25o. a yard.
. . 850 PIBIOH9 . .
In 10-yurd lengths, reduced from SI. 00 to 75 cents.
Corner Fort and Hotel 8U., .... Honolulu, H. I.
Minister Damon read the weekly
financial statement as follows:
I'lMMIll SIli:iIVT lull 1 UK
KiM. .1 IM IIV '1. l.-'H,
I'urrfiil iii'i'iiiinl Iml.iiii'v
17 Is'il .. .
$ '.'i,:i0i in
luti-rlni Pt'inirtiiiiMit .f l'.'.iuiui
l iiiluiiii. reivlii . il.Ktu 00
Ulii-s, clc M ' uO
Ht'venui' Mump- l.l'.H IU)
K. I". t'oiihiil 1'i'i's . I.trri 'il
Murkcls .'ilu on
Wuler . . . Urn On
1'osl lltlilMi I..MHJ 00
tliivuriuiii'iil ri'uliailuii". Ml ft
Klwtrii' I.IkIu . ISO 00
'luxii .'ol LM
SlnkuiK I'liinl . I.sVi o.'
(jiilfuf iovuriuiifiil liiiiulk loniiOOO
iliiwih.tii I' A. Hunk .'7.81'.' OJ
Crown Ijiii.Ii . 0.1) i
liilitl iii'iiHiirv tuiliiiiri' nsiiliiivi-
f aiil.Ttil mi j
heads of bureaus
stilled on aiipoiiilmeiits iu such
Minister D.iuioii wished tho reso
lution amended m that all appoint
ments should Im passed upon )y tho
Mr. Brown opposed the proposed
Minister Damon said if the resolu
tion iiassed iu its present form, ho
should feel absolved from responsi
bility lor appointments iu bureaus
under his Department. The Advis
ory Council should ho prepared to
show its love fur the hxocutive
otherwise than hy talk. That was
tho plain Kiifjlish of it. They would
take uo part in appointments, hut
wore ready to crilieiso the Incentive
when acts were tlone.
Mr. Unite moved an amendment
iu modification of the resolution.
Mr. Kmiueluth said tho amend
ment was only a transposition of
words. With regard to Mr. Damon's
amendment, tho samo member said
the Advisory Council had enough to
The resolution passed without
Tho bill to provide S2iXXJ eauli for
building jails in Hatnal.ua and Ko-
' ham passed.
i The bill to transfer the charge of
tiie Insane Asylum from tho Interior
Department to the Hoard of Health
i came up,
' Mr. Urown moved it be indefinitely
postponed. The Hoard of Health
had all it could do already.
Minister Smith said it would still
bo under the Interior Departments
tlio Hoard itself was, but lho matter
was one of health and it was deem
ed propel that the Hoard should
manage the institution.
Milliliter Damon favored the bill.
Un d vision the bill had a majority,
but not sillllcieut to pass il under
Tho bill to ro-ortfauuo thu Hoard
of Education passed without disuus
sion. Al .'I o'clock the Councils went
into executive session.
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JiiijU I'linij! i Alliiii
Interior I..uri uit'iit -lliui'.iu
u liter vlurkii
HlMlll el lle.lllll
bulurles inn! iiii'liiviitul-
AMurm') Umieml'i I luj.t.
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''"'"' j j VWAIIAN CniMII., NO
,ls ifi 11 Amerieiili l.i'Kleli ii( Ileum
I mil in nii'et ul HiirMiiniv Hull, Kluu ttrcei, mi
Isi ty Kltlll.VY KVIJNfMI. Jun Jill h, lit 7i:m
' ; o'eliH'k, I iihiiiiiiImii ul Oi'i'iinlt' 1'ouuuil
l.lli" Mi uuil vUIIIiik iiiiiiliiiuliilit re curdiully In
."j:)."j VI I vllnl in usUi tliu iiieiiilior of llinvulluu
;i uu Louiicll In Ihv lutiulUtlun (il the Olllcvm.
i uy umvr a. u. jiuiuwi i
We understand that one Hono
lulu merchant is selling it at
$1.25 per gallon. We sell you
the same article exactly, for 8u
cents a gallon or 530 per bar
rel. Not much difference, per
haps, but enough for everyone
This difference in price is
about on a par with other arti
cles we sell. We secure the
best quality, always, and ar
range the price to meet the
purses of the people. The re
sult is that our business rapidly
outgrew our quarters; first one
warehouse was added and then
another until now we have
three warehouses full of goods
besides those in our Fort street
The "Wertheim" has jumped
from a plebeian to a king
among sewing machines. The
fact of people getting an arti
cle that practically combines
three in one is what makes it
valuable to every lady in the
land. We know of no other
machine that will give a lock,
chain or embroidery stitch by
the simple turning of a thumb
screw, and yet that is what the
Wertheim does. In additiuu to
its being the best sewing ma
chine it has the finest table we
have ever seen.
The porcelain lined bath tubs
seem to have caught the peo
ple's favor and we've had to
send forward orders for dupli
cates. The one in the store is
roomy enough to satisfy any-
'W'l j one whose tastes run to roomy
uam inns, uit: enamel siiiks
OP THE CELEBRATED
Constancia & El Cometa Brands
. . . JUST TO HAND EX "CITY OK l'EKINO" . . .
KJ These Cigars are direct from the factory and
should not be confounded with the cheap imitations which
are so frequently offered as the "Best Manilas." 02? E
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince you of their
HOLLISTER & CO.,
583 Tort Street, - Honolulu, H. X.
Mutual Telki-uonk 308-
-Po.it OrrioK Box 187
No. 10 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Blook."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
KOK THK 8A1.E OK
t. Carpy & Co.' 8 Very Superior California Wines,
Froi "Uncle Sam" Win Cellar t, Napa City.
Fredericksbury Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
6'un Jute, Cat., U. S, A.
Dalhmand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
Amtriva'n Fin tit Production, JUch and Mellow,
Spruanve. Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
1 VW '.'(
Uniform and HtUahlr
are infinitely better for the kit- ! Scutl & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour."
chen than the conventional cast I M" 'Ww of Summer DHnki.
iron affair that is impossible to I
keen clean I V,TlieM:OvoJkrUaaraiitedFtrit-cUMlBvry ripot uJ rv oirwJ rui
m! nt Very Kcuionftblt Prlctt.