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WEDNESDAY, JfXE l.'J. 1891.
tl'MHAT, JlllU- 11!.
II II M H ('hiMiiil(in, Itooke, lorn orulc.
Wminmiiat, June 13.
Am bk (' II tlr.VHiit. JhmIimii. for Mill
Sliur I walnut (or Mnkiiwrll lit . in
Onrcoos from Island Poru,
Stnir Witliili-nle ,'l.UI lug oiigtr.
Kruiii llncimkun, iH-r stinr U'nlili
June I'.' I A S'hnpfiT ami 3Uiliok.
I'nr Hun 1'ritiiol-eo, per lik l' ll llmint,
June III -AIHltli. .ItillVli I) llii)in-. It II
KiiiIkh. lfu ami I ililldrtti I.U tiluvi'r
Mir Knuitl, )rr Ktuir Mlknliitla, .liiin I'J
-Itpv H II Ifli-enml pnrty. T Weill, Mr
lUstllifts, Itcrmun fi'Helki'ii.Mli llitmlnll,
Kl llottis, Mr fitlilinniiiinil elill.l, .onl
Mliila-ll, t.ltn MrLcnii, Mrs U-k.-. K It
Fur M nut, it-r stmH Intullnc, .lutiu I'.' -Mr.
V Ullili-r. Mr.;KpltT. MUs Hi'tii'li
ttan, Mr vmi l'cniiky iiml ciillil, (.' M
niton. Ilr Mow, Mr. Illiuoiiu-. Itcv Ku-
V A Klimu),
Miln, ucv KntiiukiiwIwiMilo.
. V V AMifnnl, MrSiclicrt iin.l
for Mtini aim llnwiill. i-r
Juno 12 For Vnlriiiius Ml Join's. Mli
loKlilau, A Morrlion iiml wife It J
I'mlintai'ltir Mini wife. For vuiviirl.
Minx HlliliiiH-l:, Mi.n llloksnl, r S' ftHii
wir, Mr Pronto, Mr HmMI.-r. C F llnnifr
mill wife, Iti'V llllilr, J It VVINon mid wld-.
II Wurner, l' F Ifnrt, Uul Whltlnit. I.
A on, Mu.tcr CliarlPnUuuu, Ucv I'all, Ituv
Knllun, J I, (iro. mini, I, M .loliu on, .1 1'
l.ewlx, Mr Jhiiioh, M.irln lluitlin., Ml.
llielmrkl , ll. Ilrvnut, Jiu-oIi.mi niiolcr.
railed m lloVlek tills moriiliiK for rtmi ,
Iruiiibi-owltli IIVT.sl)iiKof MiKiir. weljli-
ItiK -u.,liu ihiuiiiL: doine-tlo v.i in-r.l.- '
Fuliu Statutnout Contritdlctud.
No employee of the Hci.lktin was
acting iu a disorderly manner at
jxapioiani j'nrx on tho nth. lieu '
. ., ... . .. "... ....
only two races were to be run the ,
roportor of the Hilli.tin, who had
been (itiletly attending to his work
at tho Club htuiid all da)', asked his
superior who was present for leavo
to go into town and report the held
sports, and that the Person ad-
dressed should take charge of the '
conclusion of tho report of the home .
races, ino request was con
with and the reporter was ordered
to take a hack, as it was growing
lato for attending the sports. When
tho reporter, iu company with a
station clerk, was approaching a
hack outside, he was nearly ridden
over by a mounted patrolman, and
in defense kicked al the horse to
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patrolman jumped olf his horse ami and do not rel
arrested the reporter, tint was
ordorod by Police Captain Andrews
to release him. after Captain Kleiume
of the patrol had without investiga
tion ordered him hustled to the
statlou ina hack. Iu tho absence
of the editor at the Constitutional
Convention yesterday afternoon a
reference to tho episode was written,
which was not iu quite the form or
manner which would have been at
lowed under editorial supervision,
vet was largely excusable iu view of ,
the provocation. E)ovviluehses are
ready lo prove that the ropoitorwa
not acting disorderly at the park,
and it is not seemly that other news
paper men should have sligmati.cd
him without knowing the facts. It
is a fact, further, which can be
proved, that tho mounted police did j
not rolled much credit on the force I
by their actions on the lllli
THAT PATROL PJIST
It Nuurly Results in Injury to h U S '
A petty oilicor belonging to the1
I'. S. S. Philadelphia was thrown
from his homo at Kapiolaui Park on
Monday, Juno 11. He was riding
along when a member of the mount- i
wl patrol gave chase, at the same '
time calling out to the oilicor to '
hall. Fivu other patrolmen joined
in the cliate and the Philadelphia :
uiuu'b animal becoming frightened '
bolted, ami the rider lost control.
Tho man was liually thrown, but
luckily escaped unhurt.
Mr. Leo Cooper hogs to announce
that he will Kive a dramatic recital
at x .xi, i. a. on I'rulav, at .'I p. m ,
fur school children, coflegiales ami
school teachers, Admission, f.0c
Sometime ago I was troubled with
au attack of rheumatism I u.eij
Chamberlain's Pain Halm and wa
completely cured I have since
advised man) of inv friends ami
customers to trv the 'remedy and all
speak liighlv of it .Siio Coi.nnvt ji,
San Luis Hey, Cal. For sale bv all
doulcrs. Heiiooi), Smith Co, Agents
for tho Huwuiiuii Ulundu
Captain M..t. I! .
went nil 11 M
h (. liampion
Hock Heer in buttles, two foi J.'ic,
at the "Empire."
The 1'. O. band pla at Makee
llaiid this evening.
L'ufurtiihi-d room or two roomed
cottage is wanted. See adv.
There will be a meeting of the
Myrtle Hoat Club at 7::tl this even
ing. Julien D. ila.vnii va a pasenger
on the bark C. D Hryanl to-day for
t he Coast .
The steamer Waimaiiato libel is
being further heard by Judge Whit
The clerk and turnkey at the Po
lice Station nearlv eaiue to blows
The Scottish Thistle Club will
occupy I'isliel's hall (lately Autiexa
tion Club headquarters) "tin July I.
It was Mr. Chapman and not Mr
Frcimauu who catered for the Lee
Hoiightailiug wedding on Saturday
Al. Smith, late puror
steamer Kilauea lion, left
bark C. I). Ilrvaut todav
The tug Eleu was engaged to-dav
pulling up, with the aid of chains
tho supports of the old lauding near
Chief Justice .ludd and the mem.
bors of the Hawaiian Evangelical
Association vi-ited I lie V. S. llagship
An alarm a. rung about mid-
night for a lire in a Chino-o stable
near the toot
of South street. It
was put out with but little damage.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuiianu street. Lodging by
day, wiik or mouth Terms: 1U ami
iV) cents per night; l and Sl.ttfi per
There is a movement on foot to
charter one of the steamers of the
luter-lslaud Steam Navigation Co.
to go to Maui for the It li of July
The charge of elliug liquor
again t the live men arreted al Ka
piolani I'aik mi Moudav vva nolle
pros.d in the District Court I hi.
The seuunuiiiial meeting of the
board of trustee, of the (Queen's
Hospital will be held at 1(1 o'clock
to-morrow moiuing in the Cham
ber of Commerce.
Six natives, men anil women, were
arrested al Mouialim this morning
for sellinL' swipes The nolice have
had their eve. on the illicit honor
sellers for some time. 1
! K,,,,,i y."n'''.' ",l!,'"r N"- -" i
lolim! gllllt.V III the District
Court toda) of n.saillt and battery ,
on a man iwiimwl Murril mi Ion., !
" , ' '"," "",", i , , ;
n'"1 as sentenced to pa.v a hue of
l-'iftv tons of groceries came down i
on the barkeiitiue S. U. Wilder for '
Mliinment mi il... kiuniiinr t.,niii,
Star to different parties in the SotitC i
Sea. The provisions are beiur stor- !
ed in . u irwiu .V t'o.'s ware
house, Merchant street.
Citations have been issued to :
Henry N. Castle, editor, and Frank ,
Hoogs, reporter of the Adveitiser. to
show cause why they should not be 1
prosecuted for contempt for the
ptihlieaiioii of item, published in this
iiinruing's s.io conreruiug
Next Saturday's ha-chall game
promises lo be a" gimd one. It will
lie between the Kamehaiuehas ami
Hawaii. Captain Thompson of the
latter team intends having two new
men iu the field, and is practicing
his tiMin hard The Kams feel sore
over their defeat bv the I reconts.
ish a siuiilardose from
the Hawaiis. Look out for a rattling
It appears tint Lieutenant ?j
Cordes of the allegi d mounted po
lice has but little other duties than
making himself obnoxious to the
public and then explaining to news
papers what eau-e. the comments
on h... conduct. This is of apiece
with the character of a man who
would arrest a ( hiunman for sun
l,1.V"h' '"I M,'"l,r H',"r with a quar
ters worth of paper smoke., to coin
r'i'1 '"!", "v'1" "" lmy uo hour
after midnight on a S.uurdav. His
custnmar) uicl.ii.tuie of Mar) Ann
seems to lie more appropriate.
Thoo. II Davies ,V t ii. are advoi
tisiug bran, luiddliugnaiid oats from
Washington Tenitory. A represeii
tative of that lirm called on us to
dav with sample, fur iii.pectiou
which were of lirsi class quulil),
though not especiall) selected. Tho
climate of the lnealit.v where the
produce is grow ii is iu itself aguaran
lee that for fond qualities no lii'tter
cereal .lull- can be turned mil in I he
maikets, and to owners of slock mi
the islands we recmuuieud a trial of
the goods Prices compared with
those of other guides iii tho local
market will nilhei a.imiish pur
chasers when tho) figure mil the re
suits a. compared with tho.o of
other dealer, (in and .ee fiirvniir
selves. Onllihion on tlm Stioot
Au accident happened to a native
on King street Saiuidav evening
Die man, who wa. p'trtially under
the iiilliioneo nf l.qiinr. wa- diiving
iu a brake near Kawa'ahao ( Imieh
Soiiiehow nr other the brake eillu il
with a pii'siiig iiamear. due wheel
of the luaie- was
ground and tie-
Idled clean nil I ho
native wa. l hrnvvu
nut nf hi. .eat I llie (trill ua e.iught
ill the spmig and lo- wa. drai.'eil a
distance of one huudred wird. b
fore I ho linrse wa Iiliillghl In a
tandntill li) Iwi'iiihei iwilivis, wlm
IVere emillllg III I lie nppn.lte dllee
1 1 ill The man's arm wa. extricated
and it wa. Imiiul thai beside, a few
llllllses anil a gnnd sli.illiug he was
not aeiioiisly itiiiiiiil ll was, how
over, taken lo tln Ijiieeu's Hospital,
Wliulu hlb brilUua WiaXv bauda)jud
Wminesii.v), June l.'l.
President Doln called the Couveu
tion Ui order at ii:!K) a. in.
After reading the minutes Scoro
tar Kudgurs read two petitions in
favor of women xilTrago ono from
ini'ii and tlio other from women.
Conn. Waturhouso moved tho pe
tit ions bo laid on thotabloaud mado
tin) i ordor of tho day, with t h reo
lilt ion already on the table, for Fri
day. Carried. i
Conn. Tenney was nkd to take
the chair for committee of tho
whole. He asked to be excused, a
he did not hear very well.
Dol. Abies being asked to preside,
wished to be excused, as this was his
initiatory degree in this kind of
work. Hesides. he did not under
Del. Itolmrtson pleaded lack of
Del. A. S. Wilcox diil not want
Conn. Iirown, having received au
appealing invitation, mounted the
platform and the convention was in
.Sec. 2 of Article 77, on registra
tion, was deferred on motion of
Miu. Smith until a report is received
on Sec. 1.
Sec. .'I, requiring Hoard of Regis
tration to meet within thirty days
after tho Constitution takes ellect,
also Sec. 1, appointing meeting of
the Hoard between April 1 and June
30. ISH7, passed.
-Sec. , making tho renister for in-
'nuedlntn elections tho same as
that used at the last preceding gon-
"" election, passed.
Sec. t' provides that the regiter
of voters who oted at the coiivuu-
tion elcctiou of KS'.I I bo the register
of voters for renreseutatives nt the
lirt general elect ion.
Del. .McCandloss asked
would work with the redistrietiug
of tho islands under this Constitu
.Miu. Smith replied that the Hoard
would adjust that matter.
Min. Hatch moved the section be
referred to the Committee on Legis
Sec. 7 providing no names would
he. registered to vote for Senators
without personal application, passed.
Examination ok Arri.itANT...
Si.ition S. Each applicant to bo
placed upon tho register of voters
for either Senators or Representa
tives, shall, upon each application
for registration, be examined under
oath by the Hoard of Registration
as to each one of the required quali
fications. Provided, however, that after au
applicant shall once have passed au
examination concerning his ability
iiuderstaudinulv to sneak, read and
write the English or Hawaiian Ian-
iriintrii ll alinll li.i nl I lut illai.n.t litn .if
tl" ,lonr,l examine him further or
mil. ..nn....riiiM.. yn,.l, ,n.nlir,..f,ll,.i,
The examination of I
it J.""""""" '"
a,l1 ',,f ''""'s'? i""
any Hoard of Hcgistrai
under o.'itli. nilintnislnri
gistraiion. snail He
under oath, administered bv any of
ln" i''"iiwrs of such Hoard, who aro
m'r''"' mithori.cd to administer
oat lis for such tiiirnose.
'''"' examination, number of wit.
i''4"'., ami time or tunes of oxaiiuna
tion, shall be under tho reasonable
control ami discretion of the Hoard.
.vim. miiiiii thought the provision
should make the power discretion-
ary rather than obligatory, ns in
mam cases theru would bo no doulit
a to tho oualificatious.
Conn. Kuiuicliith moved to strike
out tho second paragraph, "Pro-
Pros. Dole hoped it would not be
struck out. It would save the in
spectors much unnecessary work.
The motion was withdrawn and
the soutlou passed.
Sec. il, giving boards powers of
Circuit Courts iu punishing for con-'
tempt, and Sec. Ill, making false
-tateinents to the board perjury,
Sec 11 gives the hoard summary
power to commit any person for
trial for perjury committed before
Miu. Smith explained the Kxecu
tive had thought It a necessary
power to confer on the board.
Sec. VI gives an) lawful voter the
right to challenge the register of
Conn. D. H. Smith thought it gave
power to peraoiis to make wilful
trouble. He moved it be struck out
Conn. Waterhouse moved the sec
tion pass as in the draft Carried.
Sec. I.'t forbids any board from
entering a name on the register
until .ati.ticd of the applicant's
Sees. 1 1 and ITi provides for an ap
peal to the Supreme Court against
either the board or a registered
Del. Vivas moved to amend by re
quiring the Court to hear the case
"forthwith," instead of "eithm iu
term, tune or vacation," as iu the
Mm Smith said injustice might
he done b) too much haste iu hear
iilg the case.
Pa.sed as in the draft
.see. Hi require, the board to cor
rect its register to conform to the
judicial decision Pasncd.
Sec 17 allows a name appealed
against to remain on the register,
ami. if the person in question votes
before a decision is rendered, his
vote will not make the election void
Passed, a verbal amendment of
Dol Caller being defeated
Sec. IH requires the time and place
of meeting., to be properlv adver
.Sunns III. No name .hall be
registered or stricken fimn theieg
ister except in ail open meeting nf
the Hoard ami upon public an
lliiillicement, except for the follow
ing cau-es, i
(I) Iu ca.e the Supreme Court
.hall render a decision upon appeal,
revoisiug the decisimi of the Hoard;
i''y In case the Hoard has do
ciiicil that a poison is entitled (
legist rat inn and Ins name has been
accidental!) mini led from the Reg
ister, mis spelled, or ho ha therein
Sec 20 requite, the boards of reg
istratiou to furnish three copies of
register to the inspm'toM of each
precinct, and one copv is to be kept
for use at the elect fou the other
two to be posted up
i.ssi'mtoiis mii ro i ii sio iiimsri us.
Section 21 No name shall be
added to or stricken from the regis
ter of voters, or iu any manner
changed by the Inspectors of Elec
tion, except upon the written order
of the Hoard of Registration for
Conn. Euimelulh feared the ex
cept iou opened a door to fraud. Ho
moved to strike out the last clause.
i'ros. Dole explained the intention
was to provide for correcting cleri
Passed as iu draft
Sec. 22 provides for correction of
the register, either before or after
it has been soul to the inspectors.
Pros. Dole moved a verbal amend
ment, with which the suction passed.
Dol. Carter moved to Insert a now
section as follows:
Sec. 21. The several boards shall
each keep a record iu which one of
them shall transcribe minutes of
tho proceedings and acts. All com
mittals for perjury ami decisions
shall be signed therein by the nieui
bers of (he board.
Pros. Dole ami Miu. Smith criti
cised the wording, and on motion of
the latter tho proposed section was
referred to the Committee on Leg
islature. Sec. ' (original) makes tho exist
ing election laws iu force excepting
where Inconsistent with this Cousti
Pros. Dole said much of I lie exist
ing laws was inconsistent with this
Constitution, ami it might be neces
sary to legislate now registration
and election laws. Ho moved to re
fer the section to tho Committee on
A m leu: 7S. How Constiti tkh.
Section 1 There shall be au Ad
visory Council of llftiH'ii members,
live of whom shall be elected by tho
Senate, live by the House of Repre
sentatives ami live appointed by the
President with the approval of the
Conn. Tenney moved the whole
Article struck out.
Del. Carter wanted to make a
strong plea for the retention of tho
Article. The country was still in a
revolutionary state, ami nothing
should be done that would involve
any risk of the count r)'s lieing
swept back under old conditions.
Ho saw nothing iu the provisions of
tills Article which was against the
rights of the people. For his part
he should be willing to have all the
lift ecu tnouiliors of the Advisory
Council appointed by the President,
but the Article gave the appoint
ment of one-third to the Senate and
one-third to the Representatives.
When t hoy came to the powers of
tho Advisory Council, there would
probably be some healthy amend
ments capable of being made, lie
cited the Imperial Council of Japan
and the Privy Council of Great
Hritaiu as good examples.
Miu. Damon would not like to see
(he whole Article abolished, but
some of the provisions might be ad
vaiitageouslychanged. Ho would not
like lo see any revival of backstairs
iulluoucc in the government, but his
experience of the past few years was
that the old Privy Council had often
proved of greal value. There had
bo n times also since the formation
of the Provisional Government when
the advise of wise men on the out
sido had been of great value.
Conn. Smith was iu favor of re
taining the Article. Without such a
body there would lie need of an
emergency fund for the emergency
of war or famine or pestilence. He
would, however, prefer tho name
"Council of State," ami moved to
amend the lirst section accordingly.
Pre. Dole seconded, ami Del. Car
ter supported the amendment.
Del. Vivas said an objection to
having a larger Legislature was that
thiily-six would be too great a num
ber to pay without corresponding
advantage. If the President ami
Ministers could not meet all the res
pousibilities devolving upon them,
then ho did not see any use for hav
ing them, (A voice -llo back to
Liliuokalaiii.) Yes, go back to Liliu
okalaui. Min. Smith argued for the useful
ness of such a body as that proposed.
Del. Haldwiu supported the Arti
cle. It would be a more representa
tive body thau the Privy Council
under the monarchy Without it
the Executive would have too much
power iu grave emergencies. It was
far safer to entrust .oriotis contin
gencies to twenty men than to fivo,
Conn. Tonne) could sue where the
proposed Council would bo very
valuable iu certain cases, but ho also
saw where it would be capable of
grave wrongs. For instance, in sec
tion 7, added to other emergencies
are mentioned those of "other public
ueces.it)." That was rather am
biguous and gave unknown scope to
the powers of the Council Ho
would withdraw his motion, how
ever, to await the wisdom of the
Convent ion upon the various pro
The seconder declined to with
draw ami the motion was lo.t
The amendment to change the
name to '"Council of State" carried
Mm Damon moved to add to See
I, "The Kxcculivo Council shall bo
ox-ollicio members of the Council of
Slate and entitled lo vote "
Del Carter referred to tint status
of the Privy ( ouucil of Kuglaud in
tho time of Hour) III The king
had exclusive power of appoint
ments, and any English subject uas
eligible to appoint incut (iraduallv
the executive po.ver came in bo nar
rowed down to the Cabinet, which
became recognized bv law He
stated the titles and functions of
the cone. ponding bodies in (lor
mail) and I'-ranee, and questioned
the a Ivisabilit) of making the Ki
cculive full members of the Council
('mill Telllie) ne v ci tn amend
t he auiemliueiit'b) st nkiug mil "and
bo entitled to vote '
Miu. Smith wa. in favm nf bunt
liigthe action of the ( mined to
uiuurguuao. tud he did not be lime
that the Executive Councillors
should have a vote The functions
of the Council of Stale were legisla
live as well as odviorv. and lie
thought its vote should lint be load
ed with the votes of the Lxei-utlVe
That there was utility iu having au
intermediate body to legisla'e in
emergencies was proved intlieeae
of the Judiciary Act of last -essinn
of the Legislature. Although the
measure had been iu the hands nf
able lawyers for two years, it was
found ehortly after its passage that
it contained grave defects,
Recess was taken at 1 1. oil until
THEY BEAT THE CAPTAIN
Tho Men Lnudnd from thn Etuplrn
Secure an Extra Month's Vny.
1 Cassidy, first mato of the ship
Etupiro and W. Campbell and Sid
uey E. Miller, seamen, wore paid oh
to-day at the U. S. Consulate. It
will bo remembered the men were
landed here in Irons, from the Em
pire on her way from Newcastle,
Captain Chas. Davis charging thorn
with insubordination ami refusing
duty. They were examined by L. S.
Consul-Ooneral Mills. After tho
ovidouce of several had been taken
tho case was decided iu faror of the
men and an order wa issued that
Captain Davis pay them, iu addition
to their back salary, ono month's
extra pay. The captain assented
and the Empire continued her voy
age to the Golden Gate without th
three men yesterday. When the
Empire was ready to" sail the crew
refused to raise anchor or sails and
Captain Davis signaled to the I. S.
S. Philadelphia and a number of
men wont oil and put up satis. The
looks of the men on the ship boded
ill for the skipper. Mrs. Davis ac
companies her husband. According
to the statement of tho men loft here
there were t hree stowaways on board
the Empire, one being a man named
Nelson, who was escaping from jus
tice. His wife had secured a divorce
from him and he was ordered to
pay 1(H) for her expenses and sup
port. His friends secured the cap
tain's aid ami he was stowed on
board. Mate Cussidy hid him
among some canvas, until the
police boat left tho ship at New
castle. N. S. W. The mate ami men
will leave on the next steamer for
A number of local sports makes
the proposition that the committee
on sports for the ltd of July cele
bration put up a trophy for Hie win
tier of the most event's iu all round
Do not be foolrii this
yiar, the ownutu and
traiiiLMM of flue stock
should have the very best
quality of feed for their
horses. The only place
for such is the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
DELIVERY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
Okkick & Wakkiiocsk:
Corner Queen mid Nuiianu
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TvMi-rooi 1 I'lifiirnUlii-il
CsiUhki". A.il) 'li.," iliU
s(ir'i tin- lirst rat'c
in I. sill
Walker wins (lu
ll .1 C (iol.l Mi'.lal.
ami lowers (lie 11
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H. E WALKER.
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By Jan. V Morgan
On SATl'IiDAY, .lui.e Hi.
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Mr I I JiuwMit 1,'u.i 1. -tnii
30 HORSES and MARES !
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Headquarters for White Goods
3ST. S. S
ouo rort hJtraet, Honolulu,
Immense Assortment I Lowest Prices I
NAINS00K.S in Plain, "rlK-t, "'lierk. nml Plain..
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM. (JKAIIKH A.VH I'lttl'KH.
IIIMITIKS in etrlMt. Hit-cks. Plal.ls mi.l llmr Lit,.-.
INDIA LINONS, HATISTE AND COTTON CHAPES
COTTON MULLS IN WIIITK. CREAM AND KCRU
- IM.MF.NSK VMtlKTV iV
WHITE .". GOOIDS
AN KNDI.KHH VAItlKTY OF
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIIKOIIlKUY KIMIINHS in Swiss .Vnlnvsik nixl HainlmrK Ir,
All Widths with Itisi-rihiK M Msl.li
All-oter Embroidery, Embroidery Plounces and Demi 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 !
French Kid Eftioe at $aae
I have been instructed by Mit. .1. M. dk Sa k Sii.va,
proprietor of the Hawaiian .Japa.vksk ISazaau, Hotel street,
to sell his stock of .JAl'ANtiSti GOODS. Also, a biir as
sortment of .JAIANKS1! lKK NAPKINS will be sold
I.IMS THAN COST.
111 NIT AM' STKKKT.
PIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
Nr.W hlill h UF
Cashmeres and Snipes Just Uccoiveil !
6JV7ITS F'R.OM ffiu XJV
Dry Guuith. Fnnoy Goods. Lawns. Etc , Eto . Eto
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
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Ladies1 Purses and Card Cases
Hush .Ml.K l'II.I.OV in i .u.' II 11 n,l !
IKAM:sb MII.I.KIt WAIuTu fur Unllr,.
"I M.MlIlt llltKC.K lit CK fur l.mli,-.
Dress.. just the tiling for hummer Wear, 7 janln for fl.m
OtW In f"t we are hIhuu,,.. the
IB. F. EHLBRS &e CO,
OOO A B 1 l IHOTIT STR.H3H1T
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riiM'iililn tliui I inn iniiin-i to It.-
n-iir iiihI lii.iMiviili im-rv ili-n-ro lion of
1 in tnn- Iniiii., ltilli- .iii.I llivolvi-r
klllful l!i .iik Lut. Illm-iii;mii t mil
iiii; iluiii- in mi) -li.i.l,. I'ir-i-rln. work
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MH J W CHAPMAN
Till VV KM. KNOWN
Is mm i.ri..ti-. to I nti-r fur lliin.iui.ts
Ns-iiil. I'riynti- llinn.T I'nr V,-.l,inii
i.r iliir.li.n 1'urlu t,-. ,-ic. IU Mill l"
liliiiKi lo mil iiiiiihii Iii.IIk. ur i-i-nili-iiitn
Lo Mill LliulU nUtlii-.k il I' O
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Urgent Stork of .,H UimmJ. to I,
t iiits Mnrket
HOP RING &CO.,
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Liwioi's aid luiii Gli
General Chinese Merchandise
s 11 1 ne Hi.-,. MiitiuiK
lllllKM. Mlks. Ku- . ht. , Kti-
English and Ameriuan Oroceriea
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