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l'Yom a huge and varied stoek tin- tiiiilersigneil would draw
particular attention to tlie following:
Comprising California May, llarle.v, Rolled Uarlev. liran,
Middlings. Oats. Corn.
fc In additioii to our uual stoek of these we are now
earrying Washington Mran, Oat and Rolled Baric v.
Theuo are each possessed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial hy all interest ! in tnok.
'l-i ' T C"" T T "F? Catiforuian aud
" "i v--r "-' -CX' Washington State.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
No I -nlways in -tuck m Im.M uutr-
.Is. '", liH per tmlc.
Liverpool I'oiiri, 1 1'.' Hi In-
Kiiyll.li Palrj . .Villi l.s.
OCA, .S'.IU' -
ha v. havox. ciieem:
J. T Morton' Ktigtiah Qrnueritfs,
Crou Jt Utuukwitll' En. Hull UrocMrie.
Llbuy, McNwll A LlbliyV Uuiiiiud Mimta,
Kiuhnrilsuii i& Kotiulu'a CkiiiioU Muitli
I'll, 'lalilr stt.l llrlisl
? mill s Mi ini.
A luiyr v.irli-lv.
Plantation Supplms, Hardware, Dff Go lis.
Crochrf, Furniture. Etc., Etc.
AI.WWS OS 11 NI VI' Mnlil'.lt V'I'K I'ltli'KS,
THEO. H. DA VIES fc CO.
M Kltift St., "Tbouus Block."
Huludl Tele. 339. P. 0. Box 207.
( 'liincsc, .lupnncsc ami Indian (,nxl.s!
Indian SilK.-., I.aeei and Linen-.
lapauesf ( 'rapc, Chiuesf .Mntt'mg.
Silk llaudkerehief.s, Slmwl- and Searl's.
(Jra-s Cloth. Rattan Chair-, Kte., Kte.
American and English Goods!
rAH.li;itK. IINCN--. I..VS. MI.-l.ISh.
Ladies' & Gents' Hats, Boots and Shoes
Trunks, Valises, Willow Ware.
Tahle Cloth--. Oil Cloth, Kte.. Kte.
JT DOST FOUC.KT THK M.MHi:iSCf
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Benson, Smith h Co.
WILL RK.MOVK TO TIIK --
t hiiriiii-rl) nri'iliinl ) llu- ' iniil- u( t-iiliinii i
ON OR AUOI'T
TUNE 17 1894.
FHSIR, S. S "GrA.E3T-iIO."
HOLLISTBR &c GO.
Have made another Large Importation of
Urauds of LA CONSTANVIA and Kl CO.MKTA
Largo Ansortmont of Sliapes and Sizes.
Fur Sale in Bond or Duty Paid. Cur, Furl & Merchant Streets.
llnr-el nml Half lUrrel-
I. Ml It
' riniii.fr." Kulfcr'- in tin mi. I ni.r
Toll A CI 'OS
CIO A IIS
A eliiiiee v.iit.'t nt teulm luitnl-
llnmii V tupping
., '... Eh., Eh-
St "Star" Kerosene
S'loi KS or
j 51 53 King St., near HauDikra St.
Mutual Tele. 085. I. 0. Box 207.
. i in
(Conliiiufd from hi 1'iitjr.)
its own proceedings, uot iiioiUiei.-t-out
with this Constitution, mid lu-op
Artici.i: I". -Aki m Noi-s.
Tli noxaiul noi of tho momlitirf,
on any qutistioti, stlinlt, at tlio tte.siro
of ono third of t lit ineinliors pri"t'jit,
lioenli-rwl on th journal.
Aiitici.k IS Ijroiii m.
Sfitiox I. A majority of I li mini
biT of oh'i'livn uii'tubiirsi to which
i'.'U'h lloiist' is entitled, shall eonti
tuto a quorum of audi lioui for thu
conduct of ordinary l)usint)s, of
which quorum a majority vote shall
tittifc. Hut tlit final iaairit of a
law in each liun-i', shall rcipiiro a
voto ftpm-nli-nt to a in.ijor tv of all
tin nlccliM iiicinlicr. to which utich
Hoiisk is entitled.
fKCTio.N '1. A Miialler nuinl'r
than a quorum may adjourn from
da to day and compel thu attend
ancc of ahieut memhor in inch
mannor and under Mich penalties a
uach House may provide.
Suction 3. 1-or the purpose of as
certaining whuthor thero in a quo
rum present the chairman shall
count the number of members pre
AhTII'I.K ID. - IVxisllMKNT OF J'lIIISONs
Kach House may punish by due,
or by imprisonment uot exceeding
thirty days, auy person not n mem
ber of either House, who shall be
guilty of disrespect of such House
I liy any disorderly or coutcinptuou
' behavior in its presence; or,
' Who shall publish any falo re
port of its proceedings; or.
t Who shall, on account of theexer
' rise of any legislative function.
I threaten harm to the body or estate
of any of the members of such
, House; or,
Who shall assault, arrest or detain
any wittiest or oilier person ordered
lo attend such House, on his way
going to or returning I herefrom; of.
Who shall rescue any person ar
rested by order of such House.
liul the perron charged with the
otru use shall be informed, in writ
ing, of the charge made against him,
and have an opportunity to present
evidence and in heard in his own
Aiitici.k Mi. Itiuiiis vsu l.uiui.im
or Mmimiii ('oii'i:sstion.
The members of the Legislature
shall receive for their services, in
addition to mileage at the rate of
live cents a mile, the sum of Four
Hundred Dollars for each regular
session of the l.egi-lalurc. parable
in three equal instalments on and
after the lirst, thirtieth and sixtieth
dnys of thu session: ami I he sum of
Two Hundred Dollar for each utra
session of the Legislature, except a
session for I he sole miriio-c of elect -
, iug a I'resideiit, for which members
hall receive their Iraveliui; 01
1 penses only.
Del. farter moved In malie the
mileage six i-elils.
Vice-I'res. Wilder said six cents
would do if tlicv went on decli pas.
sage. He would unmi leu ceuls.
Del. Carter accepted the amend
ment. Conn. Kiuineltith believed in pay
ing members by thu day and limit
ing the length of session.
Ten cents mileage carried.
Conn. Kmmclutli moved In strike
I out "four hundred dollars" and in
i scrl instead "ten dollars for each
dnv of the session." Not ocoonded.
Del. Carter moved to substitute
"mileage" for "traveling expenses"
for extra sessions.
Del. Haldwin moved to reconsider
I he leu cents mileage, as he hail
wit ed for it under I lie impression
that it covered both ways.
Del. Carter's amendment carried
I'res. Dole, on the loss of Del.
lialdwinV motion, moved to insert
' the words "each way" after "mile
Del. Kmmeliith said there was an
instance of the demorali.atiou of
this course, in the lion, delegate
from Koua figuring out how much
he would make out of his mileage.
' The amendment passed, changed
to iusert the words after "lulle'and
' thu Article passed as amended.
1 AuiumiM. I'rNi.MiJic.sroK .Mi:miu:ic
, Kach House mav punish it own
I memburs for disorderly behavior, or
neglect of duty by censure, Mispeu
sioii or expulsion.
Anriii.i. W. ICxkmition riimi Lia
nu.rr. No member of the Legislature
shall be held to auswur for uuy
words uttered in the exercise of his
legislative functions in either lloitv,
' beforo any other tribunal.
j Aiiiici.i: Wl. -Kxkui-iion i iiom Aiiiiot.
1 The ineiiiberh of the Legislature
shall, in all cases except treason,
felon v or breach of the peace, be
privileged from arrest during their
attendance at the Missions of the
rnstn)ctive Houses; and in going to
aud returning from the same. Pro
vided that huch privilege as to going
i and reluming tdiall not cover a
period of oer ten days each way.
Aiiiici.i: Til. Ni ji 10:11 01 Mi:.miii ns
IClkctiiin -Tkhii 01 Ornu
Smiio.s I. The Sen.ite shall be
couipoied of lifleen lueiubers. The
Senators to be elected at the Hist
election held under this Constitu
tion shall liohl ollicu until thegeu
, eral election held in thu year I'.Htl.
Del. Kiuiueliith was not in favor
of having all Hie Senators elected in
mini ear. Their terms should ovur
lap 111 some way.
Si.c iion '2 ' Senators shall lie
elected al such election in the year
I'.HII to hold ollice until the general
election held during (he sixth year
theieafter, and nhall continue there
after to be elected every sixth year,
to hold ollice for a like turiu.
Smiio.x .1, VacaueicH caused lit.
death, resignation or otherwise, shall
be filled at special elections, for I lie
Del. Carter quoted the st Uoment
of a member of the contention that
funned (he Coiintitutiou of the
I'uitud Mates, that he kiuot 110 liy lit
I but the light of experience. An at
tompt to throw the election of
Nobles over by I ho Constitution of .
j 1SS7 had proved a failure in tho
I opinion of the better element of this
, Del. Baldwin saw merit in having
different turms for Senators. The
1 term of each Senate he thought
should bo coterminous with thu
term of the President. Otherwise a
Senate might elect a President aud
then going out be succeeded by a
Senate uot in sympathy with thu
President. He moved the Article
' be referred to the Committee 011
Atin. Smith hoped there would be
some discussion 011 this Article in
connection with the next one relat- !
iug to senatorial districts before the
question was referred. While theru
were advantages in gradual changes
' in the Senate, the system he did not
think had all the merits claimed
Del. Itobcrtson would have thu
President's term reduced to four
years aud tho Senate's term made
Del. Kinineluth believed that thu
election of all the Senators in one
' year would result in all business be
ing paraly.ed that year the same as
in the United States in the presi
dential election year.
The motion to refer carried.
Armri.t. iM. -ScN.tToiiiti. Disrutrrs,
Sixtio.v 1. For the purpou of
reiireseutatiou in the Senate, until
, otherwise provided by law, the lie
' public is divided into the following
Senatorial Districts, viz.:
First District: the Maud of Ha
waii. Second District: the Islands of
' Maui. Molokai, Lauai aud Kahoo
lawe." Third District: the Island of O.ihu.
Fourth District: the Islands of
1 Kauai and Niiliau.
' Suction 2. The electors in t he said
districts shall be untitled to elect
Senators as follows:
In the First District, four:
In thoS'Coiul District, three:
In the Third District, six;
In iheFourth District, two.
Del. Kahaulelio moved to refer
this Article to the same commitlcu
a had been thu previous one.
1 Del. Baldwin thought it very pro
1 per to have this article refer led as
Del. Wilder saw no use in refer
ring the matter to a commit Ice with
out lirst having an expression of the
views of thu Convention as to the
terms of Senators.
Del. Baldwin said the committee
would be glad to have other mem
bers attend their meeting. Tlioy
might discuss the question more
' freely then than in committee of the
The motion to refer carried.
Pres. Dole agreed with Vice Prts.
Wilder' s suggestion that the coin
mil tee should have oine instruction.
Hit therefore moved that in the
, opinion of this Imu-o senators should
lie elected in three classes. There
was much force in Conn. Kinmcliith's
( contention that the election of the
whole Senate at one time might
prote a suture political shock. Thu
j proposal he thought if carried out
1 would obviate the objections of Del.
Itobertsou to n long presidential
Conn. Allen favored the proposal.
There was a higher qualification for
both voters and candidates for Sena-
' tors than in the case of IteprcsoutA-
t tites. It would prevent an excess of
hard feel i up to hate thu Senate
! elected in classes at different times.
I Del. Itobertsou believed in select -
' ing the lirst Senate as a whole for a
I lixed term of years, and then if an-
uexatiou is not effected begin with
I I ho other system. They must be
, sure of having noun but frieiuU of
1 annexation in the henale for the lirst
complete term. (Applause)
I Del. McCaudlfsH backed up the
1 views of Del. Itobertsou.
1 Conn. Limiieliitli had 110 fear for
. the cause of annexation in thiscoiiu-
iry. lie 11111 1101 see any reason tor
beginning with one system with the
intent ion of changing it later. Why
not begin now with the election of
Senators for different termsT
I'res. Dole, saying that the com
mittee having now had tint benefit
of discussion, would now withdraw
I hi motion.
Ainu 1.1; "ill. (Ji-Ai.iric.tTioNs in- Si:t
I In order to be eligible to election
I as a Senator, a person shall:
' Be U male citi.uu of the Republic;
I Havu attained the age of thirty
, Be ablu tiudurstaiidiuglv to speak,
read and writu the linglish or tint
I Have resided in the Hawaiian
I Islands uot less than three years;
I Bu the owner, in his own right, of
propurty in the Jtepublic of thu value,
of not less than Five Thousand Dol
lars over aud aboveall incumbrances;
, or have been in the receipt of a
I money income of not less than
ICighteuu Hundred Dollars during
thu year immediately preceding the
I dale of the election, for I he proof of
which lie mav be required lo pro
! diice original accounts of the receipt
1 of such income.
Conn. Kiuiueliith mot ml to sub-
'stitutu "three" for "live" before
"thousand," and "six" foi "eightuen"
1 Del. Baldwin moved to make the
income "lifleen hundred."
"Three thousand dollars" properly
Del. Kiiiiiiuluth withdrew the rest
of his amendment
There being a tie on the "lifteeu
hundred" income amendment, the
ay s and noes were on motion ordci
ed lo be taken.
Del. KobertMin, on his point of or
dir being sustained that discussion
was yet allowable, spoke in fat or of
SIUOO, He lhnii''it it was inconsis
tent to hate a much higher qualilica
lion for caiuliihilcs than for tutors.
li i lit lie ilnl not
11I iiIiici-i lo a slight
bought thai .f'.HMI for
dlllereuce, he tl
totem and JI.MKI for
going loo far.
Conn. Kiuiueliilh thought a man
tt ho ttns qualilieil lo vole for a Sena
tor ought lo be qualified to sit as a
Senator If not he should not have
1 Del. Baldwin disagreed with the
previous speaker If the staudanlof
the atemgu Voter foi Kepreseuta-
tives was lo be tho standard for
Representatives they would have a '
queer set of laws as thu result.
Del. Carter would have been glad
to vote for the provision in tho draft.
It was a well-understood thoory of
representative government that the
people ulect mun to represent them
above the average capacity.
Min. Smith favored the $1200
lualilication. He gavo tho follow
ing citations from the Colonial gov
ernments: lu Capo Colony the quali
fication of a member is '2000 owner
ship of real estate or 1000 movable
property. Tho electoral qualifica
tion was freehold occupation or
earnings of i'fH) a year. In Victoria
a member of (he Council must be
ntvuur of freehold property of the
value of uot less than i'100 per an
num, aud an elector must have a
freehold worth not less than I'll) per
The motion for $1500 was lost on
the following vote:
Ayes -Baldwin.. Carter, Kua, Hor
ner, losopa, Kauhane, Lyman. Mc
Candluss, Mendonca, It fee. Water
house, A. S. Wilcox, O. N. Wilcox,
Noes Abies, Alien, Damon, Dole,
Euiineluth, Fernandes, Hatch, Ka
haulelio, King, Kiinuiakea. Morgan,
Nott. Itobertsoii, D. B. Smith. V. O.
Smith, Tenuoy, Vivo. Wilder -IS.
Tho motion for $1200 carried 011 a
Tin: iior.sK or imi-riKi:xTATivK..
Article ii". Ntviiit:it or Kw-iikskst-atives
Skction I. The House of Repre
sentatives shall be composed of fif
teen members, elected, except as
herein provided, every second year.
TfciiM or omcK.
Section 2. The term of office
of the Representatives elected at
thu first election held under this
Constitution, or who may hereafter
bo elected at general or special eloc
lions, shall bo until the next general
election held thereafter.
Section 3. Vacancies caused bv
death, resignation or otherwise, shall
be filled at special elections, for the
Section 4. For the purpose of
representation in the House of Rep
resentatives, until otherwise provided
bv law, the Republic is divided into
tho following Representative Dis
First District; that portion of the
Island of Hawaii known as Puna.
Hilo aud Hamakua.
Second District; that portion of
t lie island 01 Hawaii known as Kan,
Koua and Kohala.
Third District; tint Islands of
Maui, Molokai, Lauai and Kahoo
Fourth District; that portion of
the Island of Oahu. lying cast and
south of Nuiianu struct, and a lino
drawn in uxtuusiou thereof from the
Nutiauu Pali to Mokapu point.
Fifth District: that portion of thu
Island of Oahu lying west aud north
of the fourth district.
Sixth District: tho Islands of Kau
ai and Niihau.
Section 6. The electors in the
said districts shall be entitled to
elect Representatives as follows:
In the First District, two;
In the Second District, two;
In thu Third District, three;
hi the Fourth District, three;
in tho Fifth District, three;
lu tho Sixth District, two.
ArticlkuS. -Qc.tLirictTioNsor Rei'iie-
lu order to bu eligible to bo a
member of the House of Represen
tatives, a person shall, at tho time
Have attained the age of I went v
Be a male citizen of the Republic;
Be able iiiiderstaiidingly to read,
write mid speak the English and
Have resided in this country not
less than three years;
And shall either own property in
tho Iteoubliu worth not less than
One Thousand Dollars over and
above all encumbrance, or have re
1 coivod a cash income of not less
than Six Hundred Dollars during
the twelve mouths immediately pro
, ceding thu date of election.
The foregoing two Articles were
or EN.tCTI.NO LAWS.
Aiiticli: til). -1etiiosi'etivi: L.ttv.s.
ICxcupt as herein provided, 110 re
trospeclitu law shall ever be unact
The Legislature, has the power to
enact wholesome laws not inconsist
ent with (ho Constitution.
Ariicli: 111. -Mwctimi Cl.vi-.m:.
Tho enacting clause of all laws
shall be, "Be it unacted by tho Leg
islature of tho Republic of Hawaii."
Article 112. - PiiKHEorism: run Intro
hi'ction or Hills.
No bill shall bu introduced into
either Houso by any innuibur of
such House, unless it shall have lirht
received t hereon tho written en
dorsement of three elective mem
bers of such House.
Del. Fiiiiueluth asked what was
1 thu scope of (he term "elective
Pres. Dole answered it excluded
Mill. Smith m ived to add: "Pro
vided that bills may bo introduced
in either house by Ministers with
out such endorsement."
Del. Kmmeliith After that I will
move to strike tho sect ion out.
Min. Smith contended that it was
necessary to give Ministers this
privilege. It was an ovorsiirhl that
it had been omitted. According to
the draft the Minister of Finance
could uot introduce the Appropria j
lion Hill without endorsement f
three members, !
Del. Carter thought the provision
in tho draft a good one would
save waste of time in discussing '
frivolous or mischievous measures.
Del. Allies agreed with the Ole
nitis speaker but did uot.ee why
Ministers should be eveiupted. If a '
Ministry could not gel thr neiu- j
hers to endorse Its measure', it was
time it was let out
Del. Robertson moved to iri(t,
out "elective" which ttmilil cmu,
thu ttholu giouiul, and Mm .Smith
accepted this. Del, Robertson cited
the case of tho (J. S. Congress, '
where thousands of dollars were
wasted ovur useless bills.
Del. McCandloss favored the re
striction. Miti. Damon, in anticipation of
the possibility of himself being an
elective member some time, advocat
ed giving the initiative of all bills
to elective members,
Del. Robertson's amendment car
ried aud the Article thus passed.
Tho committee rose ami reported
progress aud was granted leate to
Tho Secretary read an invitation
to a reserved position for members
of tho Convention at the races on
June II, from W. M. Oiffard, secre
tary of the Hawaiian Jockey Club.
On motion of Min. Smith the invi
tation was ordered accepted with
At I 11. m. the Convent ion a I -journed
for the day.
"Stock Chief," 13,444.
Helgbt, 18.2. Weight, 1,300.
hl'celiilly i'li'rtfil fur tills Ceiinlrv.
1AKTIi:sfOXTK.in.A i ISO K.VilAII
lilt! till- -iTVllv. llfll tlllllil "lllllllil hut
full lo 1'xiOmIih- this liiMitillfiil iuiIiiihI. Fur
Itiillvliliuilltt lie ln ihi h-t hi llu-f ll
itllils. Ill- -ire, ruler", i-iitifiiriinitluil, ill-i(i-ltluii.
line lin-isllnc nml -iiirrli IrntliiiK
iilulllli" pliuf III ti In l lie lori-iuii-l riink-.
IW I'ii.viiIiIc ill time of -crvlei'. Ite
Hint irivlli'i!i- Kriuiti-'l. luliiriimllnii fur
iiMnsl. niiiilv to
A.' It. HOW AT. II. V. 8..
Veterinary Inllriimry. .id Kliii;-! , Ilium-
IllJ-lt I llntio-
FOR TOKOfl&lA DIRHGT!
i in: ai stiiam.siiii'
Will ) line m Oil- I'nrl on or uliuiit
June '.'-III. nml will
Leave for Yokohama abont July 1,
Willi l'rt-If lit nml I'li-M-iujer-.
I'nr fiirthur uirlli'iil:ir-, npply in
W. O. IRWIN CO.. L'd,
Vp'iit- NIiHin Vti-fti Kiil-lri.
10 is if
THI3 SPACE IS RE
SERVED H, H. WILLIAMS
Next door to Horn's Bakery.
Drawing and Painting.
D. Howard Hitchcock
DniwIiiK mill l'iillitlii IiiiikIiI hy 'Im litl
est Kureii-iili uii'thihlh I'liicieveiy t
iit-iliiy uiul .-tmurilii) fiiruumin (ruin's . m.
to I- IHIIIII.
Utk. U'smiiia fur IVIvale 1'iipiN m -pi-i'IhI
Inii-s ol ttork iil-n kIvi-ii.
Tho Stilillo ttlll In iiik-ii In vlsllom
nvuri Kriiluy iifleruiHiu tuin-tf
Relief I Toothache
i'lilil Wnlliler'lll 'llllli'M' Keini'ily
"chee kixjm: DUIST"
.sil'enls lliiltliMtllli llirivlltinv
&- I 'urei mi iiiilii'iitinu. I'or sitle liy
Wixcj Wo Tai &Uo.'.
ALOHA BATH HOUSE
. . MIAIIKrjT To I'nWN . .
Good Accommodation Tor Bathers
Mutual Telephone 585
MRS. J. H. HEIST, : : : Proprietress.
"A Trip to tho World's Fair"!
HUt 7.-. I'KMs. i
On Saturday, Jwne 9th,
,i ii mi'i'i. c m., in
VMk- I'lckri- in I'liriuii- , lluwiiliiin
evt I'n.'s mi I V M I'. A HUH nl
I N llli; I'll.i-IMI' I'OUliT OK TIIK
1 I'll l I'ireiiit, I lit vv ill In li l-laliil-. In
III utter nl the lliilikrilite,t ill II Nnkul-
siisiihi, lliiumii Hint Hliliiiiitu, uf llllii,
llnttiilt I'leilltiiii. uf the snlil liuilirilit
lire liereli.t liiitilleil lu eiiine in iiiul iruve
llielr ihhl- In-dire ihe I'll, nit 1'inirl uf I ho
H'lr-t I'liniilt, hi Ihe I uiirlriiii'ii ul nii
1'iiiirl lu Honolulu, lliilin. on I'lllllAY,
llu- l.'ith ilu.v nf Julie, I sill. Ii,'twivn tin.
Iiiiura nl III ii eluek III the fiireiiiHin nn
iiihiii n( the -u, I ihi) met eleel it it A-n'-llee.
uf ihe -nlil ltiilikriit INlilli
It) Ihe i oiol:
IIUI lilt iil.ll. I. ('I AH, I li-tk.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
.Inst HpccIvpiI anntlii-r Involi-eof
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
- i-nMI-Rlsmo -
I'lnlii nml Klunm! Hllk smt Crnr.
MORNING GOWNS &?
I'litlu bilk nml lltnlirolileriMl.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Milk Kniis, Cnsliloii",
Knilirolilcrcd 8Hk Tea Cuslm,
Tnlilo Covers, IIimI Covers,
Silk Hn-lies. Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware!
Salmi llimls, Ilun-lsm Dl-lies,
l'lnte, Kte., Kte, Klc.
Hllk nml Cntteii I'njmmto.
lilies, Kli-Kiuit I .ion i Hlmilcs,
llmnlioo (.'mips, l.uncli llnskets,
((million Vullaes. Jnpnliee Truvs,
hi-., hie , Kte, Kte '
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
The Tngttwn Coal Mine in
located in Fukuoku Ken in
the Island of KiiiHliiii, Japun,
and was dmcovered ubuut
! twenty yearn ago. Tt wan
owned by the government
and mined simply lor the
1 govcriinieiit'8 use.
! (treat improvements, how
ever, were made since it was
sold to a corporation about
six years ago, by importing
, mining machinery from Eu
rope and America.
Tagawa Coal is used more
than all other Japanese coals
:in the following countries:
China, Manila aud Strait's
, Settlements. It lias found
I its way even to Mombay.
Two cargoes have been
imported into the Hawaiian
Islands recently, and it has ,,v
no superior in this market as
i stove or steam coal.
CJ. B. HOAKDMAN,
'Solo Agent for K. Ogura &
Corner Nuuanu & Hotel Streets.
Silk Dress Goods,
- A I.I. COl.OltK -
.lATAXKSK SILK t'UAI'K,
JAI'ANKSK (.-OTTOS OltAI'K.
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Silk IIIiiiim's. Silk Nnvktiei,
Gold and Silver Scarf Pins,
lliilnlkeii'lileli, SlinwN, .Siihh-s.
Hii-IiT) aii.l 4'lif nilf .
Silk nml IMoiiliiiuoiios!
I .liiuinif I'rnys, Itiiinlwni Ken-en-,
I Ten -jets, Hotter I'nls, Kte, Kte
SOMETHING NEW !
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO..
87 Klog St. Mutual Tel. 662.
lliiKKK' ''huckeil from lloteU mul He-I-
ilenees illreut to ilestliiutlnii. No
Kei'lieukiiiK tit sliiuuieis.
lluKKiKl itltt'itys nu in btate Itoouis.
T. (;. MrfilTIRE,
DR. EDWARD ARMITAGE,
M. I!. -. S. IKiib.) h. U. U. I'.tUiinl.) Ii.
I'. 11. (University of I'miilirlilne),
Ittle of Wiilliieu, Kiuiui.
litis e-iulilthheil himself in the nllliii (oriii
urly H'i-iiilui hy lir. l-'ootu, at tint rni net
of llereimilu mul I'tuii IiIhihI ntreets.
Orm k IIiii.ii-: 'llu 11 a.m. 'io4i. v.
I 7 to s i' i. Ki'Mivvk: .'toll', m.
Mutual Tele. 234. Bell Tole. 148.
IOI 1 1 II
I I AM I'llKI'AIIKIt TO I'AIST YtU'll
I 1. l'holiiriiih in Wnlcr I'lilnr- or ihr
I'ttu.ii tin I'aimim. loonier.
l.n-iiiii Klten In h'lotter I'uiiil'iin lu OH,
mill l'hotiiL,'riiili I'liluiiiiK In SVnler i)uiur.
I l.i live nil orilnr lit Mtlilio, Aluliu I'lioln
' kiuiIi iiullury, I'ori si nil.
ttf Look lit Ihe llilile III I'miilli
, lliiiilttuie i iimiiinit ' mIihIom.
Hill II W It ASH.