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MHO RAILWAY AMD LAND GO,
KROM ANJI AKTKK JUNK
To Kwa Mu.u
LOOM. AND GENERAL NEWS
Ring up 200 for a good hack
Bock Beer in but tics, two for 23c,
B. It. A I).
A M Pt M l'M F Mi
l,cnvp Honolulu .S:15 1:40 4:M 5:10
Unve Henri City . . . .9::;o 2:30 6:10 6:50
Arrive Kwa Mill. . .9:67 2:B7 S:3H (1:22
O. II. II. A.
AM All P U PM
Uiivi- Kwn Mill. . (ii'ii 10:13 3:43 5:12
Irtp I'enrl Cltv .. .0:65 11:16 4:16 J:H
Arrive Honolulu . 7: II tM 4:fiT l:4."i
H. Dally. '
O. fciinlnys excepted.
1). Snturtlnvs v.teeiittrt.
iZlu -Dnihi -B tllftin.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 0, 1H94
WKIiM.snAY, Julie II.
Am lik Mnt'Mtt, Bncn.ion, iW ila. Depart-
Btmr Kam from Wnlanne
f ttjir Hawaii from llnwiill
V:iim:hiav, June K.
Ktmr I'clc (or MnUnwi-ll in 10 a tu
Vessels Leaving To-tnorrow.
Am bklne Jutic I. Hmnford, Jnlitcnn, for
1 rum Hnwntt nrul Mmil,
mm, Jiinoo I. it Mciiiiry
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II. rfllllU If I. It lll'IKll I II I IfilllK' . IIUV
W M Katnluttit. ItcvU V Wnlnii. Iluv H
i. ikh. at tho "Kiiipirn."
j Gonsalvos it Co. just recoil ml lino
Ulivo oil (rom hitropo.
Thoro is almost constant raiu in
the Koua coffee region.
Mr. ami Mrs. II. . I. Platts havu a
card of thanks in this issue.
Lodge li Progros holds a special
meeting on Sunday at 10 a. in.
Tin; Aloha Hath House i.s the
wrirpst to town and has good neootn
modal ion for bather".
Hon. It. W. 1 ruin, Hawaiian Min
ister to Japan, loft by thoS.S. Gaelic
yesterday for Yokohama.
Several monster tomatoes crown
at Pearl City wore brought to town
yesterday. They are beauties.
W. II. Cornwcll went to Maui os-
terday evening by the Claudine ami
will return on Saturday morning.
Indian, Habauaaml Dmson cigars
have been added to the stock of V.
J. Sadtis, dealer in Ceylon tea ami
The S. S. Koyo Maru is not coming
hero as projected, a sho has been
wrecked between Yokohama ami
The funeral of the late K. C.
Damon took place from his late
residence, Bcrolanhi street, yester
I). It. Ballcutiuo cnmcoior by the
V. 0. Hall from Maui yesterday for
tho 11th of Juno races, lie has a
number of huros entered.
The pool and billiard rooms on
Hotel near Nuuanii street, so long
owned ami run by J. I'. lioucu, have
beiu purchased by Harry A. Juen.
' I.1I1K', ltV
.. I.V... tj ti
Kikiiewn. U Mnruui'r. V C Duet, Miss
Urcenwell, V Mi.IIit. Mr- II lloolupi. It It
llnllniitli.i-iuiil i'iU ild'k,
For Knunl, iiort.iir Miknlinln .liinp.1
K K Hull, J D Knrlu. Mnllc Kcnne, mi'l .Mi
For Mnul iwr 'mr f'lrtiitlltio. June ." -Mr
niiil Mr Kettle, Mriirni',v iiml iIiimIi
ter, Juileo Oiioikt, V V I'oeiie, V iiomiIhIp.
WCAchl, Mrllnliu niul wllo. Mr. J M
U-o, V V A'hfnnl, T Krttooo, .V llni mnl
wile, ( K Wlltlur uml wile nmi ,VJ tlecU.
Oargoon from Island Port.
Mtinr U'U llull-1.117 Iink" !i)(ir, HI ttn
e Ifee, I) Ii:ik iih'ii, Ua lii'iul i-ntllr. I
li(ire, II InIIh lildm, I li.lls mmt klu,
IU pljt JUIl'ltlc.
! day, week or mouth. Terms: 2" ami
i 50 cents per night; ?l and I.'J" pel
! J. I' M rgau will ell the house
j hold furniture of Jih. Mel.aiu at
I the premise, corner of llereiauia
land Korl streets, at III o'clock to
! Entries for the sports to take
' place on Monday next under the
, auspices oi the II. A. A. will clone at
' the Y. M C. A. hull at :. o'clock to
j morrow evening.
The Convention was called to
order at (:iJ0.
Del. Kahaulelio offered a resolu
tion against smoking in tho Conven
tion. It was supported by Del. Bald
win and opposed by Dol. Robertson
and Couti. McCandless. Tho resolu
tion was lost, 12 to 1G.
The Convention wont iuto com
mittee, of tho whole. Conn. Etnmu-
I lut li in tho chair. Consideration of
! paragraph fi. Section 2. Articlo 18,
I was resumed. This is tno provision
I regarding treaty stipulations with
I the countries of candidates for
Conn. IJrown renewed his motion
i to strike out tho paragraph.
i Couu. D. B. Smith opposed tho
i motion, favoring Mill. Smith's ver
! bal amendment of yesterday.
I Conn. Wilder was in favor of
I striking out tho paragraph, unless
: it was the right thing to shut our
I selves up like an oyster. While the
intention was to keep out Asiatics,
the result would be to exclude all
; Del. Carter said that in somn
States of tho Union the courts had
'decided that Hawaiiaus wero not
' eligible for citizenship. The intima
tion as to Asiatics was erroneous and
' might involve the Government in
1 trouble. Ho moved reference to
Judiciary Committee. Carried.
Paragraphs 7 to 0 inclusive (sou
yesterday'u report) passed.
Paragraph 10 was amnmled, on
motion of President Dole, to insert
the words "his compliance with"
after tho words "suiting forth."
AiiTicLG 111. Denizen.
No letters of Doni.atiou shall bo
i'iueil to any person not by this
Constitution eligible to become a
citieii; except that no previous resi
dence In the Hawaiian Islands, nor
(mention to become a permanent
re-ideut of the Republic, nor oath
abjuring allegiance to his native
laud or of allegiance to tho Repub
lic, nor application to the Supreme
Court, shall be required,
Couu. Brown moed to strike the
Del. Carter supported the Articlo.
Conn. Wilder said if ualttralizn
lion was to be practically prohibited,
then he thought something like this
Article would be necessary. He
moved reference to the Judiciary
Comin ttee. Carried.
Amii'u: 20. -- Division or Powers or
The liurk Mat Mil tiroulit l.'IVi urn ef
Depuriuu- liny coiil tor Alien A Itiiluiixm.
The barkeutllii! June l Htntiforil hits
clcnred for Hun Kmiiviwo with '.V,iLM Ikius
iwiir, nlili)ifil livV. (I. Irwin ,V Co. mill
'. O. UiTKiT. Duiuestle value, IHU.2I2.
London, May 2.1. -A li-lcrnm rceclveil
Irom Vli.irrtNo htiiU" tint t the lleriunii
lurk J. 0. l'lUifter. whleli -ullcd from ftnu
Krunclhoo Murch lltli for llremeri, j
K)kvn: iuik)fJ to Imvc lo-t forv-nuiit
Mid had buwprlt carrlt-d awny.
Hortu Va.Ua on Dan Vldn'o Hr.inst
and Utunuod iliui.
So Young, of the Tone lling So
. cietv building, wn llmd $10 in the
I District Court today for managing
a che fa game. Two others were
lined $20 each. They all noted ap-
i The arreslh of Chines sturekeop-
ors for violating iheSiimlay law by
keeping open after 0 a. in. hits reach
ed sixteen. James Steiuer is the
only while storekeeper Munitioned
Judge Coo pi r, Deputy Attorney
General G. K. Wilder, J. A. Magoon,
A. Rosa, V. V. A-hford and W. C.
Aclii loft by the Cliiudne esterday
to attend Circuit C urt term at Wal
litku. They intend returning on
Saturday or Sunday morning.
The upreimi power of the Repttb
lie is divided into the Executive
Pros. Dole did not wish to see a
i question like this referred to a com
mittee, as such would deprive the
Convention of the educational value
of discussion. The remarks of tho
honorable Councillor Damon about
conditions hi times past did not ap
ply. Then the head of tho govern
ment was absolutely irresponsible.
He could not be removed nor im
peached, and thero was no cheek up
on him other than certain powers
granted Ministers and legislature
by tho Constitution. The President
of tho United States had more power
than almost any sovereign in the
world, but in this draft tho Presi
dent was hedged with restrictions.
In making appointments and in other
acts, ho could only act with the ap
proval of a Minister or Ministers.
By depriving tho President of all
power of independent action, the
position would be lowered in digni
ty and ollicioucy, nnd it would be
hard to get any able man to accept
Del. Baldwin, after hearing tho
President's explanation, would with
draw his motion.
Tho section then passed
Del. Carter proposed a new section
to bo numbered R, as follows: "When
ever requested so to do by the Presi
dent ami throe of the Cabinet, a
Minister shall resign." Although
the contingency making such a sec
tion desirable might rarely if ever
ario. the experience of tho past dic
tated the wisdom of such a pro
vision. He instanced by inference
the case of tho division in t lie Re
form Ministry of 1890, when one
Minister blocked a vital item of pub
lic policy. Who could tell what far
reaching and momentous results to
the country had arisen from that in
cident? Del. McCandless seconded the
Del. Robertson was against the
amendment. By tho spirit of this
Constitution the S nate would prac
tically elect the labiuot After the
Senate had signified its approval of
a set of Ministers, ho thought it
would be wrong to give tho Presi
dent and a portion of the Cabinet
power to change tho personnel. If
there was anything in the family
compact cry, he thought this propo
sition lent it additional force.
Del. Iosopa favored the amend
ment, repeating Del. Carter's argu
ment from IHtlO.
Del. Lvmaii cited Article 25, civ
i lug the President tho appointment
of the Caliinot, ami Article 2, say
i lug members of tho Cabinet shall
only m removable with the consent
j of the Senate. The proposed sec
I tiou would practically nullify the
Senate's control of the Cabinet. Tho
uaiue of San ford B.
wa received with
the blank the
Pres. Dole suggested that the
name be left out until the third
Del. Carter hoped no second would
be fouud for tho President' sugges
tion. Del. Abies moved an aimMidmeut
to reduce the term to four years,
and favored allowing the President
to succeed himself.
Miu. Smith stated tho matter had
received careful attention in prepar
ing the draft, ami tho result was the
proposition before them.
Del. Kahaulelio was for six years.
He thought the longer term would
avoid tho evil seen in the United
States, of ono President upsetting
tho policy of his predecessor.
Del. Robertson moved to extend
tho first term to 1902.
Del. D. B. Smith favored ratifica
tion of the Constitution and election
of President by tho people.
The acs and noes wero called on
the insertion of tho name of Sauford
Ballard Dole with tho following re
sult: Ayes -Abies, Allen, Baldwin,
Brown, Carter, Damon, Emmoluth,
Ena, Feruandes, Hatch, Hitchcock,
Horner, Iosopa, Kahaulelio. Kau
hano, KtinuinKea. Lyman, McCand
less, Memlonca, Morgan, Xott, Rice,
Robertson. D. B. Smith, W.O. Smith,
Tonuny, Ivm. Wnterhouse, A. S.
Wilcox, G. N. Wilcox, Wilder, Young
Del. I). B. Smith at first voted no.
saying that although ho thought
Mr. Dolo was tho best man could be
got, ho did not believe in this way
of proceeding. Ho changed hi vole
I M' fore tho vote was announced.
Min. Smith answered objection
to tho term of the first President as
in tho draft There would bo ample
opportunities of getting the voice
of tho people in Hie six years. Be
sides three elections of Representa
tives thero would no doubt be some
vacancies to fill in tho Senate Do
not make tho first term of tho Presi
dent too short. There had been
enough change for the past few
Miu. Damon said tho p-ople of
this country had for years luken a
great deal to do with the ruling
power To put oH the elect Ion of n
President until 1002, or oven to
11)00, would bo straining tho pa
tience of the people rather far.
There was little doubt that tho first
inciimlMHit would be elected again,
but let the people have a say in the
Del. Ablns said tliev mum nwneni
lor they wero not the people. There
Headquarters for White Goods
3ST. S. SACHS'
otao iort Street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
SAIN80UKM In Plain, 8 rlix-1, Clieokf slid Plaldi.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN Aid. OKAIlt.3 AND I'ltlCKH.
IMMITIKSin Btrltx-d. Cluck'. I'luM and Itnlr Un-,.
INDIA LINONS, BATISTE AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE, CREAM AND KCKU
IMMKN8K VAIMBTY OK
AN KN1II.KSK VAIMKTY Or
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMllltOIDKItY KDniN'OH In Swl., Nulnn.ik mid Hnmtmrit In
All Width, with ItivrtltiK t- Mnteli.
All-over Embroidery, Embroidery Flouncoa and Domi Flounce.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths
Summer Dress Goods
Legislative ami Judicial. Except as t speaker preferred to leave the mat-' were just as good men outsiilesup-
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
An as vet unknown oot has no-
ared in the colfee plantations of
oua. home tliiult it the rat and
otliei tho mongoose. Whatever il
is. It cat the ouug shoot. None
of thu planter have as vet uot a
Dan Vida, n young fellow in the
iiniploy nt tho'Uuiou Peed Co., mot
with a very painful accident at l:lf
o'clock yesterday afternoon. It np
pears that Dan mounted a young
colt belonging to his brother Frank
in tho rear of tho Union Feud Co.'
store to ride It up to the ollice. No , Hight of the predacious creature.
Miuuur nmi i no inn goi on me ani
mal than il began prancing, Dau
thinking tho colt was going to buck
nulled on tho rein, causing tl.o
liorso to rear up. A it did no the
girth broke ami rider and saddle
slid off. He made an elfort to save
himself and held on to the rein. I to Captain J. C Cluuey for iiY2't.
'Pint Ii(irai4 fitll liiiritilt tin tint lwtu
breast. sluiiuiuu him. '.Medical assiVt- ',a'"1"' ' .!?,,.w"',u "'"l awny -l'0
The auction of the valuable piece
of property on Fort street occupied
by Captain Kihling look place at
noon to day at .1. F. Morgan's sales
room. It started at the upsol price,
tuiM. ami wa inwriy Knocked Mown
herein orovided, these shall be pre
Del. Carter moved to strike out
tho InM sentence. This theory was
originated by a Frenchman, Monies
ipiicti, but in practice it had been a
Min. Smith moved the
pas as read. Carried.
AmicLi: 21. -EmvTivi: CoitMti..
Sccriox 1. Tho executive power
of the Republic shall be vested in a
President and Cabinet.
SirrioN '1. Tho Cabinet shall con
sist of a Minister of Foreign Atlairs;
, a Minister of Interior: a Minister of
Finance and an Attorney General.
Sution 'X The President and
, Cabinet sitting together shall con
stitute tho Executive Council. '
, Si.t noN 1. Wherever in this Con
stitution tli action or approval of
the Executive Council is required, it
, shall mean that thu action or ap-
' proval of a majority of such Council,
ol which majoritv tho
shall bo ono, is sullicioiit.
ter a it stood. ' porting this movement. For this
Del. Carter cottMilorod that the body to fix tho term of tho first
control of tho Senate was fresh reas- , President so far ahead looked like
Li 11117 wmiiii1 "in iifnii nin- t. iiTwiiuitt nj fit uiM'HH i
tho change. A majority of tho work of it close corpo
ito might put an anti-annex-' Del Vivas was oppose
Del. Carter moved that Section 2 ! voto:
ationist iuto llieCabiuot who would
I use tils inliiienco to ileleat I lie poll
rliclo i cy tif tho Republic. Tho Senate still
uml (lie power to pr.s upon a change
of Ministers, so that the argument
on that score did not apply
Couu. Brown, tu view of the pro
vision of Artlclo'-JtJ, thought the Con
vention should give the matter very
careful consideration. Ho moved
tho amendment be referred to tho
Committee on the Executive,
Del. Robertson contended again
that the proposition was inconsis
tent with the tenor of other purls of
t lie draft.
Del. Carter accepted Conn.
Brown' motion to refer to commit
tee. The motion to refer resulting iu n
Provident i io tin standing vote, tho motion was
lost on the following aye ami nay
M.ico was summoned and tho injured t' 'l- Nniaimi. ml Koolati a Huwaiiau It
ladtakeu homo. Thi morning ho , Wan ! A' "' ",wa f"r ,,,),,',1"vln"I,, m wro clorl
was roting easy, but was not con-'. U"! C.l,"."'," l1,av" mJliK"l H" ercaloconfi
siderod out of daugor. Owing to lfaiT '" ,,,W!,I hX P'irchaMinglheMilo j,, ,, t;L.i
rend: "The Cabinet shall consist of
a Secretary for Foreign Affair; a
Secretary of tho Interior; a Score
tnry of tho Treasury, ami an Attor-ney-Ueneral.
Miu. Smith objected that iu the
Hawaiian language a secretary was
lorn, ami the change would
Smith, Vivas ami
opposed lo sad
dliug tho country with one I'nni
dent for six year without a now
' election. Ho would be ono to vote
, for re-election of President Dole,
ami he believed iu allowing liberty
1 .if rii..itii..l lll.r Dr.. uiil. .1.1.1 t.iif t... .11.1
,-. i7-.-,..-i , ... iithivii in, .'III 111- till.
not think tin term should Im so
Del. Iosopa favored tho longest
term proposed. If the United State.-.
had a six-year term for it President,
they would not bo wrestling with u
now constitution now; the island
would bo part of the United States. ,
Ho would support UKI'J.
Tho mot ion for UK 12 was declared
carried on a show of hands.
Del. Abies doubted the vote ami
on a rising vote the motion for UKl2
Autici.k 21. - Election or Pkkmiikst.
Section 1. On tho third Wednes
day of September, A I). I'.Kk). ami
on tho third Ytcduosdav of hniitem
. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose !
- AI.SO rilK
his weak condition no examination
bus been made internally. None of
ills rlhs aro uroueu.
right to sell tho article. So Mr.
DowMttl ha-i logo out to thoMiburbs
to dispone of his tock.
Tho doctor attending on Dan Vida
ami is confident of
entire recover v.
UklUuc Cigars and Uandy on
The closing oxhiliitiou of Kawaia-
limi Si.iiiinmv will In. Iintil in Ivii
his patient' waiahao Church. Thursday evening.
Juno 7, 7:1111 p. in. AdmisMou .V)
cents, rickets for sale at Lowers
Cooke, Ca.-tle Cooke, Hawaiian
New Co., BeiiHiii, Smith ; Co.,
Tliriiiu'ii and Mauuf.iciureri.' Shoe
Noes - Wiles, Allen, Damon, Eui-
1 ineltith, Kua, Hitclicock, Iosopa,
: King, Ktinulakoa, Morgan, Nott,
fusion iu the tint ivo minil. ' HoUorton, u. il. hmttli, lenney,
itod States tho inemboH ' "atoriiouse, A. s. iicox, Midor
ami loung- w.
Uel. Carter moved t lie section bo
.a. . I man 'T' ' h"r ! "V..r.v sixth year tl.er.lafjor,
n ' lit V o , t,, Kllit Hlmlf meet to elect a
rt v WiLk i,V ' I'rosidout for n loin, of six ears to
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French Kid. Slxoe at $2.25
I luivo lifcti instructt'd by Mil. ,1. M. dk .Sa k Sii.va,
proprit'tortif thu Hawaiian. Japanksic Ha.aah, UntfUtrvut,
to soil hiH stock of iIAl'AN'USIS GOODS. Also, a big ns
Boitmi'iit of .lATANESK PAPEH XAl'KIN'S will behold
LKSS THAN COST.
ol the t.aoiuet had no oxeculhe re
Rllillli.illlltt V t linl- wuril iiuiriilv kimrii
taric to the President. Under' tho ' ll tho special
terms of tin Constitution tho title
Secretary would be a misnomer.
The section passed as in the draft.
Section il passed.
t!mill l-'llll i.illllituiiitiiil mi &iinttmi
I. saying it prevented action with-1 ",, ',f, tl10, ,;Y1i"iim,rf, l
out con-ent of tho Preidei.t, oen if " ' ,0"- V,,l,,,r ca'" '
begin with tl.o first day of January
of tho year following.
Tl.o year wa amended to I'.HIJ
, and the section thu passed.
Nuitauce in u Struam
Del. iSaldwin favorotl this motion.
Ho was against tho amendment now,
but wanted time for consideration.
There was evidently a doubt in tho
1 for a vote
A (iiriiinii nafHfwl I iMiuimi nlw nk.
1 hursday . 8i,ls m.ftr Smith' bridge on Boro-
tania street, reported to the Police
James Steiuer, proprietor of the
Elite Ice Cream Parlor, was found
guilty iu the District Court this
inoruiug of violating tho -umlay
lay and sentenced to pay a fine of
SI and cost making ?.'. Mr. Steiuer
was summoned to appear on no
count of hi hnvii.' sold ciuarn and
untidy on Suuday lut, although for
years past ho has beeu in the habit
of doing ho. When seen alter I lie
trial ho said tha he would shut up
hi store entirely on Suuday next, as '
it was impossible for him todistieuse
ico cream in ono part and refuse a
customer cauciy iu another. "( hild .
ron come iu of a Suuday after school
and buy livo cent' and ten c-nt'
worth of candies, ami it would be a
real shame to refuse them," said
Steiuer. "I can't do it, so I'll have
to shut up." Mr. Steiuer had an
interview with Attorney.(Seueral
Smith to-day about tho matter.
Tho Pacific Football club met the
other evening it. tho Y.M.C. A. hall,
and decided to disband tho organ
ization on account of tho dearth in
football circles. Tho funds iu the
hands of tho treasurer weio equally
divided ami it wa decided that the
member of the defunct club join
the Honolulu Athletic association,
aud participate iu the coming initial
meeting on Juno II.
of the Hawaiian
not complete at !l
oclocK thi atteruoon. I he chili
wero arranging a list of olllcers.
J. F. Morgan sells on Frida a
polariscopo ami other instrument!,
uml books which wero the property
of the late Dr, Martin.
I. F. Morgan will sell electric
light apparatus aud llttiugs on Friday
All who hae had wuk iu plmto
graph panting b W. B. Aih are
sati.-fied. The wuik i- guaranteed
as of a lasting nut inn aud the price
are within the ii-acli of everybody.
Mr. Ash has lately douo the por
trait of Chief Luglli.e.-, of the Ho
nolulu Fire Department for Larry
Dee. See card in this piipnr
All lettets marked to he so for
warded will be sent by the Po-d
Ollice officials iu. tlio li;irki-ntiin
, Jane L. St nu ford to the Conl Tho
vessel will wait for the arrival of the
Alameda, a to give our cii iou a
chance of aiiAWeriug comuiiiun-a
lions ivcoisi'd by that steamer
Postmaster liouorul Oat uotilien this
for public benelil.
jocitoy uiuli was
ick thi afti
At tlni Kiiwiutilmo Somluary -Tho
l-'alr a Surcuss
The dosing exercise1! of tho liawai
ahao Seiuiiiary limit place lid-, morn
ing. Tim Hclii.iilioom ami adjoining
halls were pai-kcd with people, a
large maj ni lieiug llawaiians.
Tin' pingrain w ti a1- folluw: Mis
Kiuuev, exaiinn.itiiiii of a ('In-, iu
Hawaiian gengraph, ; Mis.-, tiailum,
algebra ami reriiatiou; Mis t'ariie,
cl.'ISs in geiii-tl. ; .Mi ( i:illll(U, I'lll-h
in aril huictie; Mi- Seat-., English.
From II in 12 n'cloi-l, a fair was held
ami fancy artnlc, cake and (ollVe,
were sold The sum of .2iM was
rea'ii'd at the fair Tin- ntlemhiuce
tlus.ear has iiiiminicil L'lJ scholar',
I ami thiniigh tin ellii-ieni iinua.'e-
, lllelit of Mls I'uii", pnncipal. it lllis
been a mcco-.fiil lorn.. Tlie closing
I exhibition will t.ilio pl:i e in Kawai
I ahao (. Iiurch tu-moiiuw oveuiug.
The school will ro-opou the first
I Motiday iu September
three Ministers were ou the other
Pro.s. Dole explained that such
was tho intention of the section. It
was meant to give tho President tine
ihfiiioiice iu executive action. There
wero other provisions iu the draft '
where Minister acted apart from
Min. Damon remarked that thi
was really a serious matter. Ho had
I). 'en in two Cabinet and he felt i
that the control of the majority was
safe. They might not always be ,
so fortunate as to have such a good '
President. There had beeu many a
step taken between this building
and that other building ou this very
matter of majority rule iu the Cabi
net. Ho did not think they should
he precipitate about tho mailer, ami
ho would move it bo referred to a
Miu. Smith said this was one of
those important matters to which a
great ileal of attention had been
given iu preparing the draft. It
nceined to him this provision gave
tin- President an absolute iiowor of
eto on the will of tho Ministers.
Thi was a compromise between tho
two extreme views-one iu favor of
the United Stales ssteiu pure aud
simple, another iu favor of the calii
net sstiim. He moved the section
pass as iu the draft.
Dil. llaldwiu supported reference
to a committee.
Del. Kahaulelio thought the pro
tsi 'ti was as good as it could be
made now. It gave the President
power to top any little game of
Del. Carter hoped the matter
would iii't ! rcfeired lo any com
tinltce If nieiiib'TH were undecided
the itiM.iiioii might bo postponed
until another da.. Il was a funda
mental principle of government that
tho ultimate decision of important
questions should bo iu the hand of
on the amendment, tie looked on
the vote just taken as indicating tho
certain defeat of tho amendment.
Couu. Watorhouso moved tho
umomlmont be laid on tho table.
Del. Carter did not think the
question should ho disposed of sum
marily. Ho thought the 10 mem
ber who were evidently in favor of
the amendment entitled to some
Couu- Watorhouso withdrew Ids
Del. Abies while opposed lo the
amendment on the grounds slated
by Del. Robertson, still felt that its
supporters were entitled to consider
ation. The motion to make the matter
the pecial order for Friday (as
amended) was lost.
Dol. Carter withdrew his amend
ment. At Ihotl the committee took re
cess until h.'IO,
I Station that tho body of a child had
j boon found floating in tho river.
( Olllcors wero despatched ami a big
crowd surrounded tho spot. The
floating bundle, the part appearing
, above water looking much like a
head, wus pulled ou shore. When
the bundle was opened it was found
I to contain, besides the placenta of a
birth, a shirt ami trousers of Jap
. nuose cloth. The bundle was at
I tached by a rope to a stone. Every
1 thing pointed to Japanese owuer
i ship of tl.o parcel. Two boys said
thoy saw a Japanese come to tho
bank and throw a bundle over early
' this inoruiug, but could not identify
, him. The bundle came to light
when (he tide went out.
Tho day scholar of the Catholic
Uirls School look an outing at Wai
kiki ou Smith' busses yesterday.
'Tho youngsters ovideutly enjoyed
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Be not less than thirty-live year
Have been born in thu Hawaiian
Islands or resided therein for not
less than fifteen ears;
And bo a oitUon of tho Republic.
Miu Damon moved to uitko tho
pro ions term of residence five year.
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