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9AHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
rrftl.M ANt AKI'KH JUNK I InM.
I'o Kwa MlM
licave 1'enrl Citv
Arrive Kwa Mill.
LOCAL ANO QEKKUAL NKWo
Tim Murray is creating ()ttito a
ri'putntion fur liiiiis.ilf.
Deputy Miiralial Brown bin k"'"'
to tlie other ith of tin" i-dnud.
Tin' Kninulinmitliiis (mil Crown ts
play the nit Iiuikui gniui Saturday
Person having fterptint!" against
tlio Ijitr L'Avvoniro will joo a nolico
Irfe Kh Mill.
Leave I'enrl City
THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1801.
TlIfR'lUY, .Inni" 7.
fc H Atanu-.ln, lore. I) tiny 1.1 liuurn tout I
62 inln (mm Sin Krnin'lro j
Am bktn' i)lrovi'ry, CIiiImIuiihmi. 23 ilny-
from I'ort Oioiifik. I
Am bktuc SO Wilder, Kl'i lu - (mm Son
J Adinirnl Jiu'Iuoii'm ii
bailteiitinn b. U. iltlnr.
Tlio rioting oxerefros of Knwairtbno
Seminary will be inld in Kawaiahao
Cluircli this Kvciiin.
Captain .latnloson has reported to
tlit milieu two tt'ortor from his
vessel tin lirifi L'Avtonirc.
Another illiut rated h-ettiro liy
Kov. if. II. Itien will ho giton at K.v
waiahao Chnreli on Saturday even
ing. Tho S. O Wilder brought oixtoen
head of mules for .1. Wright, and
thirl v-two mules and eight horses
for V. Norton.
A dexerter from the L'.S. S. t'liila-
dolphia was reported tbia morning
at the Police Station. H is helieved
he is in hiding at Moanalua.
CONSTITUTION Ali CONVENTION. '
TitUHSD.iv, Juno 7.
After the reading of tho rui utiles, i
President Dole appointed tho fol
lowing standing committees:
hrrriilitr UflUlWlU, Ivntlia, ll
dor. Hatch, Vivas.
Jitillcl(iri McCaudloss, Lyman,
llobertson, Abies, Carter.
, tsijitlattirrW'.O. Smith, Drown,
Ioepa, Watorhouse, Hitchcock.
7m?.i Allen, O. N. Wilcox, Da
inoii, Emmoluth, Ena.
On motion of Dol. Kohortsou,
. Articles 2.) and 21 wore, referred to
the Committe on tho Executive.
Del. losepa moved that tho Con
1 vention adjourn on account of tho
good news from Washington.
Del. Iliee moved that Mr. losona
ho allowed leave of ahsonco to "celo
brate." Conn. Brown moved that resolu
tion and amendment bo laid on tho
Tho Convention went into Com
mit too of tho whole on the Const!
tut ion, Del. Itico in tho chair.
Akticlh :):$. CorNsEt.utns or the
The Cabinet shall bo the special
Tho amendment wa l.nt and the
section passed intact.
Section 4. Tho financial respon
sibility of any olllcer of the Govern
ment, for his own conduct, or that
of his subordinate, shall Ik- deter
mined by law.
Min. Smith moved to add as Sec. I:
"Tho President shall have tho re
moval of all ollleers not otherwise
provided for by law." tarried.
Pros. Dolo was in favor of having
appointments and removals made
solely ou tho merits of tho porous
involved. He therefore moved to
ad a as sec. (: more snail Do no
piration of his term," after "Presi
dent" iu tho first place
Miu. Smith moved to refer the
section to the Committee on the
Section ii. In eae any Minister
shall act as President as heroin pro
vided, ho shall, while so acting, have
all the rights aud powers and be
subject to all the duties, obligations
aud disqualifications by this Consti
tution granted to or p'resoribod for
Min. Smith moved to strike out
"disqualifications and transpose
"and." As it stood it might prevent
Headquarters for White Goods
Jln - S3. S5 c. G ri 3
Btao fort street, Honolulu.
Tiit'RMMY, Juno 7.
It M 3 S Alnnied i, Morn:, for Colonic ut t,
Am bktnn Jiint!
iUnir Kaala (or Witlaiioe, Mnknleln nml
Kaliuku nt 10 ii m
titinr Jnj Miikic for lluiiiiniiinlii at I in
Don't forget, athletes, that entries
for the meeting of the Honolulu
Athletic Assocint'oii on Monday
close at i o'clock this evening.
General nd mission, grand stand
ami public stand tickets and uuarter
I. Stanford, Ji.1iiim.ii. for twcli badge-, for the race meeting
in nine 1 1, .in- uuw mi .i;iiii in ij. i.
Imitation are out for the mar
riage of Mr. Hobort K. Lee to Miss
Cecilia Houghtailing. tho event tak
ing place on Saturday evening next
Camarinos' refrigerator received
per S S Alameda, cherries, plums,
apricot, orange", limes, apples, enuli
llower mid salmon on ice. ANo, hare
and rabbits ou hand.
otlico solely for party reasons." He
kuew it was objectod by his asso
ciates that this was A matter to bo
regulated bv law. but he deemed it
i a principle to bo declared in the
Miu. Smith hoped for the timn
whou thoro should bo a proper civil
I service system. Yet a constitutional
! provision of this kind might be so
construed as to be objectionable.
Min. Damon thought it would be
difilcult to uproot tho political tree
altogether. He was afraid that it
would be going too far to incorpor
ate the proposal of tho President in
Dol. Cnrfer (lirmirlit the n.irtv
connsenors 01 tie; rresuient and business would euro itself iu prac
shall lm consulted by him concern- ij,.0 Tho proposal wai too vague,
ing all matters of public policy, ap n thought it would bo unwise to
p.nntuients to olllce, and other mat- ,,nt this priuciple iu tho Constltu.
ters of importance concerning which ! il.m I'.wl.irli lim-n1it ul.n itiit
action is contemplated.
The President ohall not be bound
to follow tho advice of the Cabinet.
appoint monts to or removals from a Minister acting as President from
1'roin fnn Krfiiifl-ci.. tx-r likinc S tl WII
.ler. Jiiih'7 -It I' flint, It W fuller,
fr'rinn Sjii frniiet'iit. wr 8 S Alunodn.
June 7 ii Aoi'Mt'lti, JildKe A llrillioii, .1 '
llriini'lcr, .1 Ot'nrier nml wife, I. Ciin-'r,
Alliert It t.'milin, MN-! ('otdiiu, llelirv I-
DiUlou, V It I'riH'kur. Mis dc llrcttvlllv
mid inuvlillilreii, lr It F Duy mid wife. .1
K Hen emiiii, J M Junes, Juliii l.niiKlilln,
J I. McLean mid wife. A W Morrl-oli mill
wife i; V IVullnlil. Mr- A Hultrny. I! f
A bluejacket jumped overboard
from II. M. S. Champion lnl night
Itoliey, Oeo Hluni-iiiuu. Jmiie. It Ninfunl, ' '",l "Willi ashore. He ha- been po't
T M Htnrkey, K A Wlllinms II II Wllllni.i-. I i-d up as a deserter and a reward of-
.Ml-i Ittmleltotll, M .N I.1UIUI1U11 UIKI l ' f,,r,.,l f,,r
9'evinKu. rur iin-i,iiiiiii i jii-iirv .iiii-u
l-'rul.cis, A 8 Honl.l, Mri K I Lent an. I four
children. II W 1',1-tUtliuiiIte.A It Ite.Miell.
Henry Wrlulit, wife Mini ilmiL'liter t.n.l 7
Mceruite. t-nr nvilnev: illiuni ll linilcr.
l-o Liiliieren, Mrs l.ili'li OIiiiiiiIkti, I, .1
Ibvies, (I Iluril-oii J I' Celi'ln, It J Jehu
on, lfo and tlm elilldn-n, Henri l.iilu',
Itnv Win It lit tn i4, Miiiirk-e Sliuui-r mid
wife, Hr i: Iteln Hnillli Hint wife. Mrh J ('
Treiittr ve, Mlii Trriiunivii, Hen TciimIii'c.
Iter T DeWIlt Tiilmiice. Itev I'rnlik DeWIlt
TaIiihik "f " Wiillii.-e, I-: C Whitney,
wife mid 3 children, mid 13 teeniK. Ho
no ulii for .SviliiD) : M1i I'iiiiiiIiik. Mr.
Kittle. Mlie. Klllle. J I. Ijilnl mid wife. J
I. hitniv mid wife, IC 8 Witixiu.
The liflrkelitlmi S (I
McNeill, lirouu hi u rull eara
I lie barkentinu IJ. v. Uiockvr lui lieeii
clmrtcred to pi to Hllo in lnll:it.
The hnrkciitlno DUoovery Is from I'orl
llamblu wltn Inmder.
The iiutt! Preiieh diuiior will lake
place ai the Hotel Sit urdayeieninrr.
The (Juiutet Club will perform dur
ing the meal and the uual dance
will be given afterwards.
The S. S Alameda will lean for
I the Culouio.s promptly at o o'clock
iiiil.xs Captain Morre'ls o infaluat-
! ed with the wild oca wave- at San-
. Souci a- to forget the time.
i Hart Co. have determined to
ehiMi the lilito Ice Cream Parlors ou
J Sundays, lloy- and girl will have
I til lav in a Mtmd of einiilv. idmivinir
W".'!,'ir'..Vn",m" ' giim'aiid cigars on Saturd'ay.
rgo Hit- trip. j
except in the instances where, by
this Constitution the approval o'f
tho Cabinet is rciiuircd as a prere
quisite for his action
AnricLi: :tl. -i:iiiiits, Rksi-unsiiiilitt.
PoWEUS Of Al'fOINTMKXr AM
.Suction- 1. Each member of tho
Cabinet shall keep an olllco at the
"oil of Government, and shall, not
later than the last Wednesday in
I'ebruary iu each year, present to
the President a full report of the
principal transactions within his
department during tlio year ending
D-eeinhor thirty first last preceding,
together with such recommendations
as he may think proper.
He shall also at any timr, when
rciies)ed in writing bv the Presi
dent, make report to the President
ou any subject with the scope of his
Min. Smith moved to strike out
"make" and substitute "him" for
"the President" in the last cl-suse.
Del. Carter moved in amendment.
to insert after "President" iu next to '
last l'it elaue, "or either liou-o of
the Legislature," and to strike out
"to the President."
Miu. Smith dis-euted from the
Conn. Itrouii thought the report
OltOZIKIt-In thin ulty, June (I, to the wife
of C'harlc I'mxlc r, a miu.
AXDKIIHOX In thl- ellv. June it, to the
wife of Dr. It. W. Anifcrnui, u -on.
YOUNOHU.SIIAND-At to Ca-Me Hill
Avniiuu, I''ol ken one. fnnltitnl. on thu
Mtli May I '111. t'oi under frank l
YguiikIiui1!iiii1, It. X.
Note on tho Convention.
A visitor from Kona mistook the
editor of tho Uru.ETts for Councillor
Kinmoluth this morning. A chal
lenge has been Usucd.
Delegate Itico is boss chairman.
Ho is a strict as Keed ou the rules,
but hn looks daggers at the reporters
when they indulge iu gab.
Prerogative and the People have
their old light iu the Convention
Those who go to the Coa-t for
health will do well to make a nolo
of the card in this paper of Saratoga
Springs. There are medicinal waters
there and good shooting and fishing
Kx detect bo Vngnr secured, on
Monday afternoon in the District
Court, judgment for .)7 iu a eiul
suit against Captain Carl Klomiiicof
the mounted patrol for Mrvices ren
dered. I It is witli pleasure the llri.Ei:rtN
announces the entire recovery of
j Pur or J. IJ. Sutton, of the S. S.'Ala
: ineda, from his recent illne-s. The
gonial mirror has the thanks of ihi
j paper for news favors.
I While a Tramways Co.'s 'bus wu,
i being driieu down' the Palauri in-
cline near the train ways leriuiutf.
the mule in the load -liii-d aud made
I for the stables. The bus collided
i with the fence and pn-ougor who
I were Matod ou the front, alro the
i driver, were thrown out. The driver
grabbed the brake aud wa- dragged
oi tun .Minister to llio rroAldont was
I'rus. Dole was afraid that the
amendment would tend to make the
Cabinet dependent on the Legisla
ture like the French system There
was aunt her provision defining the
status of the members of the Cabi
net in the Legislature. This also
, his duty perfectly might be retained
. in ollice.
j Pros. Dole did not think his pro-
poal would protect a disloyal oil!
' rial. It only roferred to parties
, within the Republic.
Dol. Robertson deemed tho politi
cal tree required pap. If there was
to bo no reward there would be no
incentive to political duty.
Del. McCaudloss was not in favor
of the amendment.
The amendment was only support
ed by Pros. Dole, Del. Hitchcock
and Conn. Moudoura
The section passed ns amended.
, Atmci.E .'l.." Actino President in
Case or Death, Disability oh An-
I SEME Of PlIESIDENT.
! Seciiox 1. In case of the tempo
, rary disability or nbsottco from tho
, cnuutry. of tho Presidout, tho Minis
ter ol I'oreign Allairs, wliilo such
disability or absence continues, shall
act as President; or,
In cae of the disability or nbsenco
from the country of such Minister,
tho Minister of the Interior, while
such disability or absence of the
President continue, shall act as
Iu case of the disability or Absence
of both such Ministers, the Minister
of Pi nan ce. while such disability or
absence of the President continues,
shall net as President; or,
In case of the disability or nb--once
from the country of tho three
Ministers aforesaid, then the Attor
uey General, while such disability or
absence of the Presidout continues,
shall act as President.
Del. Baldwin wanted to know why
there was no provision for n Vice
Pros, Dole replied th tt tho dis
satisfaction with this olllco iu the
Drought up tho same Principle that i I 1. 1 1 ... I smi., l.n.l i...!..,....! tl... IN.,
was decided yesterday, of the Presi- j vnvo , mibstituto the Ministers Iu
dents control of the action of the . turn.
Del. Car'er withdrew his amend- t
tuent ami gave notice that on
'PI - l - I .1 ., II KI.HIJ''II llll- llllH (lllll il- IIMIhU.'.I
Tho People seems to be the under j , f ynuU M.flir(, ,.e inules loin
R' t .! i ii i . i were Mopped. He suH'erod ,omo in- '!l
One Article passed gives appoint
tunuta of all members of the diller- i
ent boards to tho President, and J
another also passed gives the ap '
poiutmeul of heads of bureaus to .
Ministers, Thus pietty little con
flicts are provided for iu the future, j
for the benefit of the lawyers.
Delegate Kahaulelio wanted to !
take a holiday ou the head of tlm I
"hands oil"' policy adopted by the
L'uiled State.- Senate. Somehow or
other theother iiieuibersof the Con
vention preferred to keep sober on
lie cap. i
Lrgo Sugar Muchiuory Goiitrucls
The Itisdou Iron Works, of San
Francisco, have closed with the
Western Reel Sugar Company,
whoso factory is at Watsouwllo,
California, for a large addition to
their present plant, the main por
tions of which are as follows;
One 12-cell battery, .'150 tons capa
city per twonty-four hours.
One slicing machine, of huii
Due high and one low pre-sure
heater, each containing I.'Iihi sipiaie
feet of surface.
One quadruple elTect, of twelve
thousand nipiare feel of surface.
This will ineieae the output at
Watbonvillo about forty-live tour, ol
sugar per day.
The Risdou people have also been
doing considerable work for the
Chim factoay, where numeroim iin
provemeiits to increase tho capacity
are also being made.
A FOOL AND HIO MONEY.
Ho U Told to Howl ul Ditt'.irent
Placet! by a Knhuua.
, A native iintm-d MUi.iiilani calld
at the Marshal'n otlico tin- noon, and
I al(e. for a warrant to be is-uod for
I the arret of a kahuna for receiving
! money under fal-e preiou-o-. He
wui a-ked to give a little explnua
I ion. .Mihaulani -tati'd that he lived
with a certain native wi.mau ro-'d-
1 ing at Ivoolau for ome time, until
I finally he niei unollier. Ho loft his
other wahine ami lived with the
i rccoiid. The latter turned out to
be what he do-cubed as "no uke,"
i then he yearned for Id- lir-t love
Hut sh -puriied Inin aud M.haulaui
decided to go ton kahuna in town.
He met a native who profe--n d to bo
one and he laid In ea-o before him.
1 The suppo-ed kahuna wanted a tip
first, and wa- obliged with liv.i..
liars. The kahuna advi-od Milnu
lam that on hi.- leiuin to Kooiau no
would stop at the Pad and howl.
He would lepnat thl- twice before
he got to tho lioii-e w hen- the
woman lived, and when ho got iheie
i ho create a big in. in. and tie- woman
would ru-h out and welcome him.
Mih'iiilaui followed the instruct ion..
I with the rc-nlt a- mentioned. Now
he wanted revenge. The man wa
; told thai ho could gain no redre-s
I through the autlo'iitio-. l had
ll-ll en. eigll to beil'-V'i. tile
-o he lilll-l -llller t he con
ond reading he would
amendment to A'ticle IU)
this important point.
The seel ion passed with verbal
Scmov '2. The members of the
Cabiiiet shall be responsible for the
conduct of their ro.-iioctivo depart
ments; and, with the approval of
the President, shall have the ap
pointment of the following heads of
bureaus, under their respective do
The Superintendent of Public I
Works; the Surveyor General; the'
Ifegistrar of Deeds; tho Superin-.
tcinlent of Water Works: the Mar- '
shal; the Collector General of C'us-,
; the 'lax Assessors in Chief'
(lie I'o-t Master General, audi
nl-o the heads of any other Bureaus '
created by law.
Coun. IJrown understood that the
Fire Couimis.sioiicrs appointed the
chief engineer of the hire Depart-'
I have two little grand children
who are teething this hot summer
weather and are troubled with bowel
complaint. 1 give them Chamber
lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrho-a
Remedy ami it acts like a cliaim. I
earnestly recommend it for children
with bowel troubles I was mv-ef
taken with a severe attack of bloodv
tlux, with crumps mid pains in m'v
stomach, one-third of a bottle of
this remedy cured inc. Within
twouty-foiir" hours I wa- out of bed
and doing my house work Mn- W
L. Dl.s.vovn, lion-aqua, Hickman Co.,
Tenu. For sale by all dealers. Ron
sou, Smith k Co., Agents for tho
A. jM-riven. a
tiller ol New
a bottle of (
I in mii i ii ut
York C tv.
. Mr. .1
l(.-IUellv. f-ifll good lo.-lllt- wore
obtained from it- u-e that 1 1 sent
back to I lie driu'gl-t fpnu vvlnnu he
had obtained it for I in. ire bottles
of the same loliled.v. When you
have a cough oi ci.l.l give tin- pre
paration a trill .mil bio- Mr .envi n
von will want H win a again in no. d
of Midi II llie.li.'ilie l I, ( le.iii.lv
of great vvoiili i.in I iieni U'.'i :iml
.() cent bottles for sale I. v all dealers.
Iloiison, Smith C
- Agents for the
mom, ami tiie Aiiuisier oi interior
appointed the Commissioners. He
would move to insert "Hoard of
Fire Commissioner.-" instead of
"Chief Ollicerof the Honolulu Fire
Miu Damon moved to insert "ami
removal" after "appointment."
Del. Hitchcock wanted the chief
ollicerof the Hilo Fire Department
Coun. Hrovvu thought the Fire
Depart meiit of Honolulu should be
taken out of politics. That was why
he had moved his amendment.
Couu. Kintucluth moved to strike
out "the Chief Olllcer of the Hono
lulu Kile Department."
Conn. Brown withdrew his amend
ment iu favor of Mr. Kmiuuluth's.
The amendment passed
Del. Carter moved to insert after
"Bureaus" the words, "in anv of the
liveeuiive departments of the Gov '
eminent wh eh may be."
Cou-i. Kinmoliith spoke of the
possibility of the people's changing i
this Constitution to malie some of
these positions elective.
Pie-. Dole replied that the Con
stitution did not create these offices.
Thev might be abolished at any
tune by law.
Tlio section pa ml without Dol.
Si. i iio.s ;i. Lnoh head of a Bureau
shall be responsible for the conduct
of his Bureau, and shall have thu
appointment o the ollieors under
loin, subject to the approval of the
Mini-lor in wlio-e Department ho is
He mav also, with the approval of
-itch Mini-tor, remove anv subor
Mm. Damon moved to m-ert, "and
al-o at the request of such Mini-tor,"
after the word "Mini-tor" in the la-t
Mm Smith thought the head- of
bureau- should be responsible fur
for his subordinated If the thing
went -o far a- a deadlock between
the Minister and the head of a
Bureau, one or the other would have
Tho section passed.
Section '2. In case of the death,
resignation, removal or permanent
disability of tho President, the Min
ister of Foreign Affairs shall there
upon act as President until a succes
sor to tho Presidout is elected iu
manner herein designated; or,
Iu case of the disability or ab
sence from the country of such Min
ister, the Minister of the Interior
shall act as President for the time
In case of the disability or ab
sence from the country of both
Ministers, the Minister of Finance
shall act as President for tin time
In ca-o of the disability or ab
sence from tho country of tho three
Ministers aforesaid, the Attorney
General shall act as President for
the time aforesaid.
Tlie section passed.
Section II. If at any time during
the absence from the seat of govern
ment, an occasion shall arise requir
ing a declaration of martini law, or
being a candidate for election as
Carried, and the section passed as
Amticle WS. -Kx-Omcto Meviiieiisoe
Tho members of tho Cabinet shall
bo ox-oflicio mombors of both
Houses of the Legislature, with all
tho rights, powers and privileges of
elected members, except the right
Coun. Eua wanted to know how
Ministers were to divide themselves
between tho two Houses.
Pros. Dole answered that the idea
was to have Ministers free to go ,
aud come in either House as they
might doom expedient.
Min. Smith moved to strike out
tho words, "except tho right to
Coun. Brown No, no!
Miu. Smith - Tho minority is ,
sometimes rigid. Iu this case It is
right. It was anomalous to have
members of a body who could not
vote. Change his amendment to ,
substitute tho words, "except the
right to voto on a question involving
their own existence as Ministers."
Couu. Hmmoluth agreed with tho
opinion of tho Attorney-General as
to members uot being allowed to
voto. Therefore he moved to stiiko
tho Article out. (Laughter.)
Couu. Brown thought tiint the
proposal would give the Ministers
loo much power. Ou any important
qtiostion they would vole solidly,
aud four votes in so small a body as
either House would leave the peo
Miu. Hatch supported the amend
ment. Del. Kahaulelio opposed the giv
ing of a voto to tho Ministers. It
was enough for them to come in aud
explain their measures.
Miu. Damon Inquired if it would
lo competent for either hottfo to
command the attendance of Minis
ters. Coun. Brown That would depend
on tho rules.
Pros. Dolo would strongly sup
port tho aiticle as it stood. There
was great dilliculty iu the United
States from tho absence of Ministers
from Congress. 1 1 placed a great
doal of work on committees to gel
information. Tho system of having
Ministers vote for their own meas
ures iu tho past hero wa- undigni
fied. Under the provisions of this
Constitution there was no reason
why the Ministers should have
votes. Let them ami their measures
stand ou their merits.
Min. Smith withdrew his amend
ment and moved to refer the Article
to the Committee ou Legislature.
Pros. Dole, referring to the neces
sity of adjournment, wished to move
a suspension of the rules so as to
move the addition of a section to
The motion to pa-s the la-t ec
Hon road was declared to be tho
matter before the commit lee ami it
The committee rose, reported pro-
gross ami asked leave to sit again.
The Convention adjourned for tho
tiny at 12:1(1.
Immense Assortment 1 Lowest Prices I
NAIN800KS In Plain, 8 rl)-d, Oieok nn.l Flaldn.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN ALL UKAHF3 AND i'IUCKH.
DIMITIK3 Iu Utrleerf. t'lnckit, I'lnl.U and Hair hit..
INDIA LINONS, BATISTE AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CREAM AND KORU
- IM.MKNHK VAltfKTY UK
"W-IKCITIE . C3-OOXDS
AN KNIH.KSH VAItlKTY OK -
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMllltOlimitY KIKIINO.S m Swiss Naluook mid Hninliurit In
All Width- with ItivrtlriK to Mutch.
All-ovor Embroidery, Embroidery Flounces and Domi Flounces.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths
Summer Dress Goods
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose 1
AI.KO TIIK -
French KZici Slxoe a.t $2.25
I liavis bt't'ii infltnictod by Mit. J. M. ik Sa k Silva,
proprietor of tint Hawaiian Japavksk Ua.aah, Hoti-I street,
to sell liin stock of .1 A PANES 10 GOODS. Albo, n big aa
sortinont of J A PAX USB PAPKU NAPKINS will be fiold
LKStJ THAN COmT.
411 NUUANU STKEET.
MihpoiiMou (if tlio writ of hnliuati
i corpus, tlio powors in and foiu-orn-,
iiitf MiHi iimttnrH herein urnntud to
tliu I'mtitlimt, tuny lu morcisoil by
oiio of t ho Cnhiiiiit Ministors, who
' clinll ni't in onhir of priority litdow
named, oai'li niiocc.'din iu can. of
dirialiilit or failuro of tlio"i prcvi
iiiihIv named, to nut, viz:
Tho Ministor of l-'oroifju AtTMnr,
Tho Miuittttr of Interior;
Tho Minister of Finance;
Tho Attorney General.
1're-i. Dole inovud to incort after
"I'nwiiluiit," in tho first place, "of
tho I'ronidont or aetiiitf rrenidont."
Carried, and tho suction panned.
Sixtion I In esse of the death,
resignation, removal or permanent
ditialiilit.v of the I're'idont, tho Miu
inter wiio Miall thereupon net a
, I'rotddont, shall immediately sum
iik in a special mission of tho Logm-
' laltiro to meet within thirty days,
to elect a President to fill tho unex
pired term of tho 1'rosideut who has
1 di (I, resigned, hooii removed or lo
couio permanently disabled,
Pre Iol moved to insert, Im
l wood ''shall" and "immediately,"
the wordi. "unit"" the L.'KlrtlatUie i
in Mission " (tarried.
Jol Carter moved to insert the
words, "or six months from tho ox-
iff wi i
Races ! M e k c n a n t T ailor.
FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
not be fooletl thin
tlu owner and
trainerH of fine utock
Hbouhl have the very best
quality of feed for their
Iiotuuh. The only place
for such in the
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
(T TKI.KI'HONKH I J I -m
DELIVERY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
OfFK'K & WAItl-'.IIUUhK:
Corner Queen and Niinanu
i 1,1, Ai I ill Si't AUAI.SM rilKllltl
V tlli UriK l.'Avveiiiro" imi'.i lie jin--nfiitml
in tnpil.'uti' ul tlif i.IIIi'.miI Tlii'u, II,
l)iiviitA i'o li noon in. I'ltlliA Y tie- tli
III!., olhrrwl-C till')' will nut I... r .'..(.Mlifit.
NKW rirot'K OK
Just Kuceived !
fcJXJITS F'ROM B 1 4 UP
Dry OoodB, Fancy Goods. Lawua, Eto., Eto . Eto
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
- A FfU, LINK OF
Ladies' Purses and Card Cases
KI.OMH HII.K I'll.l.OUft In tui, u,. $ ft. i mii.1 .'.
l.tM II'OIHI; WAIST.! fur Ui.liiiK
Ji:AM:Sb MI I, I. Kit W.l!r for Uuiii.
hi' MM Kit Itlll.K.h HI I K for U.llr.
Drosses jiint the tiling for .Summer Wear,
the l.aiKoAt Sti.eli
in thi Market
yardr. fur il.iJ
nf New tin. id, to
MM-. I'rill. h' Wll.l. I'l.RAHh I AM-.
nutt.'t (Inn h.-icultiT die "Kiiri I i
I IIKM I'lHUIH will " on l N I' H
, tlie ruling "I tie' II I n i .1 I'ou.'.i !
.nrtiiii'iit im rfi-ri' uuli tin- riiiiiiin of tl.e
l'i.tlll.lllIIU'llt II It I . III
33. F. EHLERS &c CO.
fiOB A fill ITC3R.T f3T,R.H3raT
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
'Aunt Abbey's' Cooked Rolled Oats,
'Red Label' Sugar Corn,
'Red Label' Oysters,
' Our Taste ' Canned Salmon,
1 Crystal' Rice, (N.wi.
Above Briud will always ba luuad excellent. Ask your Grocer lor litem
IvdiLolaoll &c FeLex'son, Ooaat, .A-gen,
HOP IIING &C)
I lii-j! n. inform 'jMirtuiH Mi-n ami ilir
(.(ii.Tiilriilill,ili.u 1 inn .ri.iiiriil to W
our iiml lii'iu .villi- iiicr .lccrii tioti of
riri'irtn tnui, lilil... uu.l li.ivolv.r,
-killfu l lti't(H'k.-.. Illiii'lncmi.l II own
iiii! .Imii' In mix kIi.i.I.'. t'iri-i'liii ..iik-
iihoiIiii KUiiriinl I i ii-ltuner-i.i.iini.th
I'Miin VritKI'IT HOMil.ll.f
Mil J W CHAPMAN.
Till- W I.I.I KNOWN
I in w .ri'iiiti'. to l ulrr for taii,iiici
Nh'tiil- I'riv.ltt. llllllliT riirll.', W'clilllii!
oi tl.tr.l.Mi I'.trt n-, lite , i.. I. ,v
.lt'iif. it, en. I iii'in niiv liiilli'tnr Ki'iilli'
llll'll Willi Mill kltl'lh ii.l.lu.i ll. I' I),
i". IHWM -I UhKl
W linn mi . 1 1, n.r in
LitBors anil Manila Cigars
General Chinese Merchandise
ll. Km' MntiiiiK,
I llltll'M' .'Ilk'., ,t,
Kti . Kto
Eaijllah and Amoriuan Groceries
It) Hvor) fo.Ht Ml'lOlUT
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