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LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Dol. Baldwin objected, saying , the domestic affuirs of Hawaii Mor
overy tneiiiDor was entitlvu to Know pau, eiiamnan 01 inn ruroiu uuia
Tcr.tiuv, June .".
O.VU8 8 Oiicllu. l'ciinic, IJi 'lays from
HUMS Koiik" from Yokohama
Stmr W 0 Hall from Hawaii niul Maul
Tt'fi, .Innc ft.
U A O 8 S (Iridic, 1'oanip, for HuiirIcoiik
and Ynkoliama at . t, m
Htuir Wnlnlenlo for l.nfiniiin ami llnnm-
Stinr C'laii'llnp for xirti on .Maul at .' j. in
Stmr Mlknlinln for Kanal at ft i m
Htinr lwalunl for Kanal at lOiim
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am bktne Jaiif I. ftlimfonl, Jolinon. for
S.vs I'kaxcim o, May !Ai
'Per s. . Mnrll.-.'
Col. Urcelrinridj'H liat IomI his
' ri'l't of appeal through failure of
his counsel to servo M's Pollard's
! rouiiii'l witli his bill of exceptions
iu time. UroeldnridK" is having a
hard timn of it in his eanva-w of
, Kentucky for re-olirtion.
A special committee of th Senale
, is investigating thi' alleged inllii-
' uiii'os ol the sugar trtis' on tanil
what was going on.
Conn. Allon caid the resolution
was thu united idea of thu Hawaiian
Min. Smith inured tho resolution
be decided by the votes of the lla
Cotiti. Wntorhouso Who aro the
Hawaiian members? (Laughter.)
.Min. Smith's motion carried.
Tho main motion carried threp to
Conn. Young said ho voted for
tho subidiarv motion with the uu
tions Committee, fully iuuoretl
what Hoar said. The latter was pro
ceeding to say he hoped Morgan's
i indorsement of his statement would
' echo around tho world, when Harris
declared that the tariff bill was be
fore the Senate and further discis
sion was out of order.
Hoar protested vigorously against
' "angry and discourteous lectures."
Harris retorted that he owed less
j courtesy to tho Sonator from Ma"a
. chuetts than to uuy other.
"If the souator from iounesee
For tin- Orloit. ikt H 8 Gru-llc.
V M Cntiitjlicll.t I' Johnston. Hhv I) lln.-f
Kawa. J) I), 0 K Whrvlct. MrC V. Wle-eicr.
130 Cliliifjp and ft Jiiiilii'p, i" cabin ami
ISOMerr.iKC in tinnslt.
LOCAL AND OKNKBAL NEWS
Lime is very scarce in town.
Hock Deer in bottles, two for 2oe.,
at the "Empire."
A small gold pin has been lost, i
See advertisement. '
Paul Neumann did not return ou ,
the S. S. Gaelic to-day as expected. I
A chance to get a recent map of '
Honolulu cheap is olfered in this
The entries for the June races
cloo at noon to-morrow witli Score-!
tary W. M. Uilfatd. '
Tho Hooulii Lihtil Society will
meet at 'I o'clock to-morrow after
uoou at the Maternity Home.
Mitchell A: Peterson, San Krau- i
cin'o, furnish local grocers with nice
things for tho breakfast table.
The illustrated lecture by lov. II.
11. dice at Kawaiahao Church yes- '
terday evening vva well attended.
11. I. .1. M. S. Kongo arrived this
morning from Tokio, Japan, mid
anchored on tho Waikiki side of the '
U. S. Hags hip Phihidelphia.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu street. Lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: "Z") anil
Ml cents per night; 1 and $l.'-!o per
The (). it O. S. S. Ua.'lic will leave
for Yokohama and Hongkong at fi
o'clock this evening, consequently
I hero will bo no baud concert at the
J. F. Morgan will sell the pre
minus on Fort street now occupied
by Caplaiu Kilning at uoou to-morrow
at his salesroom. See ad. cde
whoro. Friouds of Mr. Walter Hill will be
pleased to hoar that word ou arrival
at Samoa has arrived to state that
his health aud spirits had continu
ously improved so far.
The household furniture of F.
Godfrey will be sold at the resi
dence, Punchbowl street, by ,1. P.
.Morgan at 10 o'clock to-morrow. In
addition to tho furniture a line col
lection of curios will be olfered.
Messrs. J. D. and Adolph Sprock
ets have bought tho two story brick
building iu San Francisco ou tho
south sulo of Market street, between
Fifth aud Sixth streets, for $"tH,(KH).
Thoy intend to construct a hand
some building ou the lot.
The Senate is still ou the tariir
bill. Senator Jones r-ays the liual
vote will bo taken before Juno 15.
Tho contest on the sugar duty was
expected to bo reached bv this" date
There is a llood in llritih Colum
bia from a freshet in the Fraor
river. Trains from tho eat by the
Canadian Pacific Ivailvvay have been
stopped for six days. Thousands of
acres are tinder water, many cattle
have been drowned anil crops are
H-iti'h agents are represented as
working hard to secure a footing
near the Nicaragua canal. By re
cent treaty with Mexico Great Bri
tain gained undisputed possession
of Belize, otherwise known as Bri
tish Honduras. British diplomacy
has not been so active in I entral
America since the period of the gold
discovery iu California.
Don i'lamlio Vicuna, who was
elected to succeed Provident Malum
coda in Chili, has been sentenced iu
Santiago to lilteen years' exile. He
had joined in n plot iu Liugnay in
Is'XJ to bum Santiago. Lately ho
returned to Chili under tho impres
sion that amnesty had beeu grautcd
to all BaliuacidMs.
Fifty boxes of dvuatnile ami 111:1113
bombs were found 111 the coal bunk
eis of a steamer at St. Petersburg.
J'ho tciilence of the Baroness Man
koir was searched and a list of aris
tocratic lady nihilist was found. A
female medical student va dragged
naked from her bid by the police
and taken toward the police station.
Sln escaped from her captors, jump
ed into tho Neva and wa drowned.
All the cooks of the imperial liou.-e-hold
have been di-uiii-K'd, owing to
1 fears that thoy ut.tild attempt to
poison the food.
Tiemblior was arrested at Dun
' kirk. Prance, on a cablegram to the
' Argentine CoiimiI accusing him of
murder. He was suspected of kill
1 iug several women at Buenos Ay re .
' When the steamer armed at Dun
kirk he wan found to have fourteen
trunks, two valises and a bag, al
1 though the captain said he had only
. three trunk when he came aboard.
His baggage wa .searched for the
1 head of a woman whoo mutilated
1 body was found at Buenos Ayres.
1 No 'evidence of murder was found,
I but within double lining in tin
trunks were discolored an enormous
1 lot of copper coin and lil'JU fraucn in
I gold coin.
I Thoiirnud of coal miners are ou
I strike iu lUlu'tcnt States. There
have been serious riots, iu which
' mining property ha Ii- en destroyed.
Conflicts have happened with los
) of life between strikers and peace
' ollicors. The militia has b''-n culled
out 111 many places. At last ac
counts a bloody battle scorned to bo
unavoidable between an army of 500
deputy hhcrillV and an intrenched
body of strikers iu Coloiado.
After being out eighteen hours
tho jury convicted Pitch al B. Cof-
Francis A d
derstaniliiiir "that the motion was to ' owes anv 0110 courtesy," retorted
Hoar, "ho coum uot pay ono-wious-(
andth of a mill on a dollar." This
1 closed tho incident.
' New Yohk, May 28. -Clans Spreck
, els has pronounced views on tho Ha
waiian situation, whoro his sugar
plantations lie "Tho iirosent Pro
i visional Government," ho said to an
; Associated Press reporter, "is bouud
! to go to smash. Thoro will bo a
revolution thoro boforo long and no
I mistake. I was there at tho time of
' the Queen's overthrow aud witness
I ed every detail. When tho armed
; Americans wcro withdrawn tho Pro
, visional Government organized (100
laborers, who had boot) employed ou
1 plantations at -315 a mouth.
"1 suggested tlio aavijainlitv 01
forming a republic in tho beginning,
be decided bv the unanimous vote
of tho Hawaiian mombors.
Consideration of I ho Constitution
AuTtcu: 18. -NATrnw.izATio.N.
Sixtiov I. Tho naturalization of
aliens shall bo exclusively within
the jurisdiction of tho Justices of
the Supremo Court.
Thu procedure shall bo such as
may bo provided by law.
Conn. Brown asked why exclusive
jurisdiction was giou toJuslices of
tho Supremo Court. It would bo
hard to compel a man on the other
islands to come to Honolulu.
Min. Hatch said tho matter was of
enough importance to bring a man
to Honolulu, lu reply to Conn, bin-
Headquarters for White Goods
1ST. S. SACHS'
melutli, wlio said District .lust ices
iu the United Status had
iuiisdictioti. tho Minister sai
additional reason was to increase ru
strictions and secure uuiformitj-.
The section passed.
Srcriov 2. An alien may bo ad
mitted to citizenship upon the fol
lowing conditions, viz:
t. Ho shall have resided in the
Hawaiian Islands for not less than
2. Ho must intend to become a
permanent citizen of the Republic.
:i. lie shall bo able, understand
ingly. to read, write and speak tho
I. lie shall bo able, intelligently,
to explain, iu his own words, in the
English language, tho general mean
ing and intent of any articlo or arti
cles of this Constitution.
5. Ho shall bo a citizen or subject
of a country having express treaty
stipulations with tho Hopublic of
Hawaii concerning naturalization.
1 ti. He shall bo of good moral char
acter and not a refugee from justice.
7. He shall bo engaged in some
lawful business or employment or
have some other lawful moaus of
8. Ho shall be tho owner iu his
own right of property iu the e
public of the valuo of not lcs than
Two Hundred Dollars over aud
above all incumbrances.
0. Ho "hall have taken tho oath
pi escribed in Articlo If XJ of this
Constitution aud an oath abjuring
allegiance to his native laud or that
iu which he ha heretofore been
naturalized, mid of allegiance to tho
Hopublic of Hawaii.
10. Ho shall make written applica
tion, verified by oath, to a Justice of
tho Stmrcmo Court, settini' forth
all of tho foregoing requirements,
iiiVitlr I ')Ul l"7 wor" about ready to kill mo
n In,. ' for advancing: such an idea. It was
.-. .. ' annexation to the United States or I
nothing. Since thou thev have writ
ton me, asking mo to help them or
' gaulzc a Republican Government. I
J told them I was through with tho
! whole business, aud thoy could work
out their own salvation. A revo
lution iu Hawaii is unavoidable."
Mr. Sprockets and family will sail
on the Paris for Europe, tb be gone
! a number of weeks.
COMING BIOYOLK EVENT
Ur$. if. 11. AlUn
20 Miles from a Doctor
But Hood's Sarsaparllla was
Equal to tho Emorgonoy
llcur lv, Caff t mid Fever If ilk
10 Perfect Cure.
" Aftr my babr was lorn I Rot lato Terr tart
ous condition, listing )tetirl-.y. rlillli r.d ferer,
gradually dcictoplnf- Into milk log. We lira 20
miles from a lirslclan sr.'l did not know what
to do. finally after is crrnt rtrnl ef onffar-
! I began to take Hood's Karsnar1lla and
when I wa using thu third bottle 1 could
It Wat Doing Ma Good.
continued with another bottl, anil recnTertd
so rapidly that now lam la Kd health. 1
Hood's u Cures
cordially recommend It as a good medlclo."
Miss. A. M. Ai.i.ry. I 'try, Wnslilngton.
Hood'a Pills cure afTum lib, llllloua
bii. Jaundice. lndlceMlon. Slik llenlach.
HOIlltOS, NKWMAN A CO.,
Agent for HuwMilnii IslstuU.
Immeuse Assortment I Lowest Prices I
NAINHOOIJ" in I'lulti, Strlil, f,eCk and Plaids
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN A I.I. UKADJ-S AND I'llK KS
UIMI'J IKt in atrlit. Check, I'lnlds and Hnlr l.ti,
INDIA MNONS, BATISTB AND COTTON CKAl'ES
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CUKAM AND KCRD
IMMKNKK V.MMKT OK
AN KNDI.KHH VAItlKTY K --
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMllltOIDKIIY KDHISOH m Swiss Nntiiook mid llamlrjrK
Ml Widths wild ItisHrtltit; t Mnli'li.
All-over Embroidery, Embroidery Flounces and Domi Fluanctn.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
EnKor l'rnctlco ot Whoolmon for tho
There is quite ft stir in bicycle cir
cles nst lie 1 1th of .lime npprnnelies
and severnt wheelmen are hard at
work K'''fle' I" t rim for the first
event on Hawaiian Derby Day. the
, onu-inile bicycle race. Anions tdosu
who may be" seen daily ou thu track
are 11. K. Walker, A. L. C. Atkinson,
T. P. Cummins and Williams. The
first-named will mount n Cleveland,
I the others Columbia, all, however,
; niiuuiiintie tires. The time made
Inst year, ,'I:N, is expected to bo
lowered, as the track is fast this
year. Walker ou a trial run the
other day covered thu mile in 2'M,
, the half-mile iu 1:IM. In a practice
race today Atkinson made the mile
in '-':MI easily, leaving his opponent
a hundred yards in thu rear.
EIGHTH ANNUAL MEETING
- OK TIIK
Maui Racing Association
July 4, 1894.
Rics 10 Commence it 10 , m. Sharp.
1st Ume -'SPUFCKFLSVILLK"
ItiintiinK Itni-p. U Milt- lla-li. Krvu
Summer Dress Goods
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
for nil lliiuttlliiu II
Tlio Woods EtUtw
The tenth annual account of Tlieo.
II IVll-tltil f.iulfpni llp..via... .tl.1.1.
ami shall prove thesumu to the satis-I MKiro (j r. K. Walker, execu-
tors of .lames Wood", deceased, Has
been liled. It snows receipts of 1,
faction of such .lust ice
Conn. Drown moved that these
ten subdivisions be considered spar- r,0ti.r and oxpemlltiirus of $2:,KSlt.
A' o n"! I y-r lenviiiK a balance due exueutora
itr couimiiiee 1 ()r iWIKlA), which, added to former
-uhject. Car- balances to their credit, makes a
I total indebtedness to them by thu
was called to I ...tile niumin-iiiu tn SlW.I IT.Iltl.
I .luilye 'ihutf-i-iurli?-l.
2i Uaee -"WAIKAPL" PIUSK.
Ititaniiiit Kites. ; MIU lii.kli Krte
.'hi Hace - " WA 1 11 KE " IT USE.
Truttlin; nii I'ucliij; line. I Mltr
llpttts. Ih'sI :i In a All IxirM". witli n
rvcoril of '.'ti" er Im.iiit to f Ut Itoml
itrt. Ith Kneu "Kl,LA,'l,nSi:,.r.
. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose !
whole on tin
I'm, Francis A Collin and Albert S.
.. . i . . . . . . . .
Anyoiits in want of furniture will i Keen of wr.citinn ttie iiiiauapolis
find it advantageous to cast an eyu , Nathuial llauk. riiroii(,rh I lies" men
inn iiniiiiiiiiiMMi v. aooiei . oiiip.'iuy
securetl .SlTo.tHMi on worthless naper.
Cincinnati wilt bo iiluccd iucouimiH
hion . I inn. 1 1 Sho is a -hip the naval
p.-ople are proud of, having been
built b L'liele S'llilV employees al
, thu Itrooklyu navy yard. Tho Cin
cinnati i the lir.-t toaui warship
built iu Ihe liarlmi of New Yuri;.
.IiMinio Creek, a ten-)ear-old irl
of Alfonl, Indiana, i-ru.-tl n traittlnml
of World's Fair jiaiseners. Shu
saw a trotlo ou hr ahead of tho
express, and tearing oil' le-r led pet
ticoat linked tlu train. .Somo
Frrmcli people wero aboard the train
'and they reported Hie event to the
WorhlV P.ur Coiumisioiior of their
country. Ho reported it to Piesi.
dent Caruol, who has now cut Jen
me a medal lieariu; lie. iii-t)4tiia of
the Legion of Ibmor.
CONBTITUTiONAl. CON VLNTION.
ou the laruo space occtipieil by Ord
way it Porter iu this paper. There
every lliitiK vou icquiio is iudicatetl
or BUKestetl, and a call at the store
will convince you that thu ntock is
The annual examination of Ka
wniahao Seminary will be heltl iu
thu chapel of thu seminary, Wedues
day, June I), from '.I to 11. The an
nual fair from 11 to 12. Fancy arti
cles, underwear, bread, cake, candy
and rolls will be for sale. Coil'cc,
cako and rolls will be served.
EDWA11D DAMON DEAD.
An Kutimublu Oitizun Puskjh Away
After u Lout; Ulno&s
E. V. Damon, biothor of Hon, S.
M. Damon, Minister of Fiuame, and
Knv. F. W. Damon, of the Chinese
.Mission, dietl at f o'clock vesterday
afternoon, at hi residence, of con
sumption. Tin late jjonlleman wis
born iu Honolulu ou May -I. IS Hi,
boiiif,' the third sou of l(ov S. C. ami
Jane M. Damon. He was married
to Miss Cornelia Heck with, niece of
llov. Dr. Heck with, anil leaves be
sides thu widow a family of live chil
Mr. Damon retired from a position i
in the dry nooilx store of .1. T. '
Waturhouse, (jueen ntrcct, about two
vc-ars aj,'o, tin account of ill-health.
The lamented K'iitluiiiau was univer
sally esteemed for his never-failiui;
kindly demeanor and friendly dix- '
oosition. It may be truly said of
him that "he wore the white llovver
of a blameless life." The funeral
took place at I o'clock this afternoon
from the residence, Ueretauia street.
FROM THE COAST
Tho Qaolic Arrivus With Neitlmr
PrBbonnors Nor Freight
The O.A;() S S. Gaelic, Peame
commander, arrived this intimitis
OJ days from San Francico. She
bad no freight b.iyoiul mail matter
for this port, and no paMiitorh. lu
transit she carried TO.'.i'.lli package-,
of freight herides uiiieteuu cabin
oaieenurs for Yokohama, live for
HodkIioiik anil three for Shanghai,
and 1!M iu Hi" M'orapt The Uaelic
wil take from here live cabin p-i.--en
K'ets besides ill adult male. U adult
female, and '21 minor t luiiohc, and I
male ami I female .lapauoho in the
steentKu. Slie leaven for the Orient
at & o'clock, Duriui; thu Moniuor'
stay through pasxoiiKorn huvu been
buiy takiu iu thu nights
i the chaii.
( oiiii. Allen moved Dial the term
of residence be throe years. One
year was too short for a stranger to
j become acquainted with our cus-
: touts ami laws. Couu. lirovvn iec-
ontled the motion.
Dol. Iwdiaulolio moved live years.
i It would not bo riuht to make the
let m le.s than in the United States i
if the islands were to be annexed. I Tho Japanoso Training Shin Arrivm
l'onlns II Immls
Mile Pe-li, for
uihtir. lo carry
MHO TIIK -
thu steamer Waiuiaualo admiralty
case this afternoon.
lu thu damage suit of If. It. Foster
vs. Cant. Hay ward, thu jury returned
a verdict for thu defendant.
ON Hhll ANNUAL OKUISE.
ItiinniiiK Itnrc. 'j Mllu nml ltoH-nt.
Free for nil llawiiliiin llrcil lleri'
illli Uacu-"gUEUN' LILIL'OKA-
P. Mllr Hnsli. Kr-
One year was alttiether too short.
Del. Uobortsou would support
the provision iu the draft. If a per
sou of Kod character came hero
ami ciiuap'cl in busines, it seemed
to him in oiiht lo be ipialilietl for
citi.eusliip. J Ills did uot
KiviiiK In thu franchise,
coulil bo considered under its own
II. I. .1. M. S. Kongo, which has
been hero twice iu former years, ar
rived in port this moruiiiu and an
chored iu the naval row. The Kongo
is ou her annual cruise ami has uu
board iu training a number of mid
shipmen, ilio stay in port is iu-
7th 1Upo-"COUINTH1.N" HACK
ItiinnlitK Itiivi'. I Mill Ilnili. I'frH lor
nil Ilittvnliuii llivil Hiiijos. to iiv rill-ti
liy MeinU'ri of thr .tiiix'l.uleii.
French Kid Slioe at $2.25
I have been iiifstruck'd ly Mil. .1. M. k Sa k Sii.va,
' proprk'tor of tho Hawaii an Japavksk Ha.aah, Hotel htn-ut,
to hoII his stock of ,J A PANES 10 GOODS. Also, 11 big a-
RoitintMit of JAPAN HSU PA PISH NAPKINS will be sold
LKSS THAN COST.
head. The urovision vvjis in il... lino tleliuite. I lie Kongo saluted Atl-
of eiieoiiraL...inoiit tn n. n.sneeinl.li. , uiiral Walker's ling, thu Pliilatlel
ela.'-.t of immigration.
Couu. lirovvn movi'il
8th llaco -"TUOTTING
teo take reces till
liJWl. Carried at
Ti i.mivv, June ."
The Convention met at u::!i), being
calletl to ordei Iiv Pies. Dole.
Mia. Smith complained of the
llolomiia's rcpoit of vvlial he sail
on the press Ailiele It was the
direct cotiirai'y of hi- iitimauces.
1'ieh Dole remarked (hat while
.some uiiMakos vveru inev italile, llie
papers malting them i-liould give tne
correction at the earlieit opportu
nity. Colin JiloWli leporteil the rules
trau-lateii and priutetl.
The Convention look up the rules
for coiiBidorntion one by oii't. They
were pncd with a few changes.
Min. Smith, ou u tliscu-sion as to
liual parage of the Const it ut ion,
llioveil to recoil.-.. (Ii r one of I lie I lilt",
which being done lei moved a re.-o-tut
ii ut thai a 1 1 1 .. j 1 1 1 of all iiieui
her of the ColiVelllloll rhotlhl be
ueceshiiry to pa-s any ailieleon the
liual reading. ( .urnil.
Del. Kama a-lod loi leave of ab
mUICo t lie et c I In- Week,
Conn Kminoliith thotiglit no
in. 'mil. r should be exeii.iil without
stating his ii'aoiiK.
Del. Kiiluu answered th - r.e nile-
lli'l liol leiplire a lllelllbel to give
his ieaou. f lie did leu object
to giving hi reason, which was tliat
he had law eas, on his li'imU, t.iio'ii
ill Tote being elei'leil a Ili.Mliliol . Iilid
t lioso ellM's eaiie1 up I his Wi el, at tie
t ireiut Conn ti no a' U 'ulu u
The leave VV is g t,.o il
Del. Kaliaiil"n iietxl that here
I aftui tliu reading -I tie' tmuute.. iu
' Hawuiiuu bu dipuusod with
HAWAII NOT FOKO01TKN.
Sonator Kyln Fnars Itostoratiau '
Claim Sprockuls Uuard From.
Wamiiniiion, May 211. Senator
Kyle presented the following roso
I u"t ion to the Senate to-day:
HimiIi.iI, That it is the .sense of the
Senate that the United States shall
not u-u force for thu purpose of res
toring to thu throne the deposed
iiicii of tin Hawaiian Islands, or
for tho purpose of destroying the ex
isting tiovi-rnmeiit; that thu Pro
visional Government having been
duly lecogui.etl, thu highest inter
national interests require it shall
purr no its own line of policy; that
inierveiitiuii in the political' aHairs
of those Mauds by other Covern
nicnts will be regarded as an act un
friendly to the Government of the
It cannot bo ascertained why Sena
tor Kyle fount! it necessary to olnjr
a resolution of this kind, but iu cer
tain quarters it is maintained that
Piesident Cleveland ami Secretary
liieiham have by no means given up
their scheme of restoring the (juuuii
to piwer. The rorolution went over
Wvsiiimiion, Mav 'J." Senator
Kvle'-i Hawaiian resolution was con
sutoreil foi half an hour iu the
Senate to day and he a-ked fur a
vote. Gray moved to substitute the
le-olutiou reported from the Com
. mil tee on Foreign Relation, and
the di-cusioii continued until the
hour lor consideration of tlm tarilV
Hams insisted upon tin regular
order ami aked unanimous consent
thai tie resolutions be voted on
vviihoiit deli, tie to lieu row morning.
I'urpie objected Fl)o then asked
dial iliov bo considered again t
lloiroW. George objected.
I hen followed a clash between
llo.ir ami Harris Hoar Mini it was
Ihe tiiov'er-al sentiment of the iioiiii
ti) that there kIioiiIiI be no inter
fviiuucu by thu Uuilud State with
phia responding. Thu Hawaiian
(lag was similarly houoretl, thu
shore battery reciprocating. The tit I
olllcers of the dllfureut war vessels
exchaiigetl courtesies during thu
Mr DaviuH and the Confitrouce.
Permit us to state that I he reque-d
which the Pacific Commercial Adver
tiser, in this morning's issue, ascribes
to .Mr. llieo. 11. Davies was uot put
forward by that gentleman or by
aiiyoun ou his behalf. Mr. Davie".'
visit to Ottawa has absolutely
nothing whatever todo with politics.
Mr Davies having expressed to us
his intention of being present at thu
Conference in Ottawa, we asked the
Government for certain information
which we considered it would bo de
sirable for Mr. Davies to bo possess
ed of, ami this information was
courteously and promptly furnished
by (he Government. That is all.
Tur.o. 11. Davics k Co
Honolulu, June I, lS'.ll.
livtnj ,lwn)ttion uJOU I'ltlXVlXfi
,(.,.. ni th, HiilUtin f(7iVr
I Mile llcnt li'st i In n to lmrui-s.
Krii to nil liorse- not ImviiiK re
corJ of '.'Mil or Imlttir.
411 NUUANU STHF.ET.
FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
NKW SHU k or
Itiiniiliic ltru-f. I Mill
lor sit lluwiilhin
i... CaslniRTcs and
.lust Received !
All Cntrles to c'ns- on TIM' US-
HAY, J tint- Ulst, ut loYloi'l, in)., ii, at Hie
iiIIU'm of tlic Hawaiian t'ooiinerciitl iuhI
huuri'o. htere, Kiilinliil. Ilntry l-'res lo
ln lu iu'wiit of the I'ursit, iinli-s- iitlo-r-
FROM 14 XJV
OoodH, Luwns, Etc., Eto . Etc
muter tin- Utiles
Tiifs.lny. July ."hI, ut
I'XJH-elf.l to stun.
lie run or
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
I.' tl'l I'M'I, II. HIM,
All llnr-tis ure
iM-ur on the Truck at tin
Iroiii tin' Jii.Ik.-'n ritiiiiil
will l.i tlni'il,
liruiul htumi 'iivirui
tiUHrtiir "-tri'tcli lliult;'1"
i"iiirleil to mi
i' tiiiol tin, IkiiI
, ollo-cultc tliey
'si I .'ills nml (I
M. T. LYONS.
Si..T,'iHry Muni liiu'inn Asjut'iuiioii.
A FILL LINK OF
Ladies1 Purses and Card Cases
KI.OMJ MI.K I'll.l.tlUH In two .ues .'si mi, I .-.
I'llll.lillKN'rs HOI 111. I. V VIHIH in lo weitflits ...,i . Hhtv
Cgl II'DISK WAIhl- for Iji.IIi-
JKAMiss Ml I.I.Kit W AlM'h lor Lmlles.
sl'MMKIt IIIIKK.h lilt K for U..i,.,
Dresses Juki the thin for Siiinuiur Wear,
lu fact wo are shovvitiK tin
yards foi 1 mi
Largest Slock of
Now Goods to b
I hMAl.l-t.nl.il 11 N WITH Kill.AiiN
I hmv I imliir iliiisH Ifiivc ul llri
I Min Oilier. Iil'iI :tt
to III llllsillKSS.
ittAi r. fiiiiM 'i iii.
Ii ll'iiiriliimii will iillenil
B. F. EHLBRS &c GO.
.l I, IN
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
'Aunt Abbey's7 Cooked Rolled Oats,
' Red Label' Sugar Corn.
'Red Label'' Oysters,
' Our Taste Canned Salmon.
HOP H1NG &0O.,
I' III Ul
I ln'i! te infoi in spurt mc Min unit tin
lli'iiiTiil i'.il.lir llitit I ion i.r.'..ir. .1 lo It.1
Ullll lil'l.lVMtl' ..MTV .l.-scrii til. II of
'Ills I. uu... Itllle- ..ll.i llcvelv-ers
skillfilUv lic-slockeil. lliifint;ui.l II own
liij.' iloue jn is it v s Ii... I I ir-i-rliiR work-
lllllll.ll pillirilllU-.,) I'lli-lolnirs .lilliit
I'MtiN .-IIM.Kr HtiMil ll.f
MU J. W. OHAI'MAN.
Till Wl.l.L KNtlVV.N
to.' iinihi rui;M
lioll's.ll,. ll, jIlTl.
Lidflors anil Manila Cliars
General Chlne.se Blercbaudlse
,(.w). AUTISTIC CATUmOl
Above bunds villi always In (uuntl exrellcul, Ask. your Grocer (or lluui
Ivlitoliall Ac "Peterraon, Cottst AgontjQ.
l now irciiiri. to t 'liter for lluiuiiiut
s.mmhI., I'rivuif Hiini.T I'urtii - Wcil.liiii!
or l.ur.l.-n I'urlles, el. i'lu. lie will l.e
.Ii'ii.h Iii.-u'I iihiii uiiv luilii'ser ueiillt
iin-n who will kill-llv i.ililit-s il I' ll
Kt. . ht.'., I'.to
Baalish aud Amorioau Qrocerius
llv I'.v.'f) t'o.mt M.nnifr
MUTUAL ri'.I.Kl'llOM; UJ. io0-)