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FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1894.
Fruivt, .limo 1.1.
Stinr W G llnll from Hnunll and Mntil
Vosuols Leaving To-morrow.
FniDAT, Juno 15.
Tlii Coiivuntion mot nt 10 a. in.,
t l'ri'siilout Dole in tho clinir.
I Sovorala reports from coinmittcos
wuro rucuiveil anil laid on (lio tnhlu
to bo L'Otisidurud on second reading
' of tlin draft.
Min. Smith presented n majority
, report on Artiolo 100, roeoniinonil-
ing its passago as in the draft. The
would match his physical strength
against any member who should say
for the period. Ordered printed and
bound with the reports of subordi-
that hn was disloval to annexation. I Date bureaus
Chairman Lvmau remarked that I Minister Kiutr read a report from
' personalities were out of placo in Andrew Brown, Superintendent of
I the Convention. Water Works, on tho matter of water
The amendment was lost and this for Kalihi. It said that S-oOOO would
and tho remaining sections under re- not be moro than sufficient to pay
view passed. i lor a well and a pump, lie rerom
STEVEN'S BE8T GOVERNMENT.
Opium Cheap as Dirt and Patrolmen
Sleeping Behind l'osts.
According to an authority on deal
ings in such stuff, the mice of opium
has fallen considerably duriuu the
past few months owing to the large
Headquarters for White Goods
The report of tho Committee on mended an arrangemuut for another quantity smuggled into tho country
I'gislaturo recommended that Arti-' year with tho uisuop Instate for Tho prico iu this market at proM-nt
cle 08 be amended by insorting sine
dio nfter "adjourns," in tho pro
vision that a bill neither signed nor
vetoed Dy the L'rcsulont within ton
water, pendiug tho extension of tho
King street main to Kalihi.
Minister Damon, iu moving the
acceptance of the report, said esti-
Bchr KiujIIoII', VelilliiK. for Guiini, l.ait- ,
.. t ' . 'i .. -Wl II,
rtriicioconiainsiiiennlh oiiotalteti ,aj8 shall bpcomo law without his ' males were being prepared for lay
,j iiiumwiin wi .ui Jjrlltll lliu Uljlt n IT 1 nl f
Cargoes from Island i'ortH.
StinrWO llnll 51 bnj9 rollec, 112 bigs
owa, 87 liiilcs, iW head entile, I liorsu,
20 nog;, I 0 iikg sutulrlui.
From Mnui niul Hawaii mt stmr V O
Hull, Jmic 15 A Younif, J MrQuIrr,
Palmer WooiK A Hannvliertf, I Krlcil
Inmlcr, 8lirliro 11 Wllllntii. J A. Divle,
V O Aikiio, A Lindsay, Mlsi 0 Snow, Mrs
P A Dins, J A Mnpoon. It 11 Mnkcknu, 1
Bate, liuttlo Nnlila nml .Vulcck.
Tlientciitucr Wulalcnlo went to Kiiiuu
nll till-- inornliiK for mittnr.
The steamer V. (1. Hnll came In early
this ntiernoon from wlndwiinl.
The Jaimncse training ,Mi Kono luii
bcoti coaling during the pact few iluys.
The iiilloiiury pirkot Morning S'nr
come nir the Mamie ItnlUuy to-iluy, ami
the J. A. Citminhis took her plnueuii the
'flic schooner Kulloir cleared to-day nt
the Citilom lloiuc for (Junto In the l.ud
rone Irlamls with lit) MulaRu of mcrclinii
dlie. Deputy Collector uf Oit-lonii wanted
to know from Captain Willing whether
Guam meant for h uruUc, and vvu told no.
LOCAL AND OKNKHAL NKWH.
Fresh frozen oysters nt the Beavor
Mr. Cooper has postponed his
citnl until next Thursday uight.
verters. Min. Smith, Conn. Wator-
hotiso nud Del. Ioopa signed tho
report, huhliug that an oath of
loyally to the Hepublic was suffi
cient. Min. Smith moved to reconsider
Article 1)1 and Section 1 of Article
21, both relating to majority rule,
so as to hate both embodied in one
Canied, and matter referred to
Commit lee on Legislature.
Mm. Smith moved to recousider
Section 1 of Article 10), on impentih
tiient, which being carried ho sub
mitted n substitute section. Ko
fi" r rod to committee of tho whole.
The Convention went into committee-of
tho whole, Del. Lyman iu
t ho chair, to consider nil reports nud
niuondmonts on the table.
Woman suffrage was tho first
question before the committee.
The niiiendiueutri of Dot. Carter
and lrc. Dole worn read, both giv
ing power to pass laws exleudi
the fmuchio to women.
Conn. lirovvn moved that the
amendments bo indefinitely
.Min. bniilh argued that it would
bo discourteous to throw the ques
tion out without conferring with the
committee representing tho lady po-
sigunturo unless tho Legislature ad
journs prior to tho oxpiratiou of
such ten days. Adopted.
i Sec. fi of Article 18 was passed tin-
j Tho amendment to Article 78, on
"Council of State," making tho
i Cabinet ox-ollicio members without
1 the right to vote, was adopted.
The Committee on Legislature re
commended to amend Sec. 3 of Art.
so as to make 21 instead of ill)
iug now mains from Alapai street to
Waller's brewery, on which tenders
would bo called.
I TMin rimiirt u'fia nrntitit nrl.
Minister Smith moved suspension
of tho rules for a reconsideration of
the item for diplomatic and consular ' that two tnon were seen tho other
is as follows: California, $5 to .?.,60 a
half-pound tin; the best Hongkong,
$S to S8B0 a tin. Tho article is
aailublo at overal places in China
towu, and whether the police are
"tipped" blind or whether they nro
too busy pulling fau tan players and
"swipes sellers, one cannot say. It is
a fact, however, that opium is plenti
ful and oveu a drug on the market,
report was made to a gentleman
JST. S. SACHS'
bbo fort Street, Honolulu.
Mr. Hun, on tho motion passing,'
wanted the item for watchman at
tho pilots' office reconsidered. Ho
considered tho item unnecessary, as
the vessol could Do reported directly
davs. tho time within which Boards
of llegistratiou shall meet after tho from tho signal station, nud anyway
Constitution takes effect. Adopted, j could not bo seen from the offico
I i no same cotmniitoo recommend
' ed pasago of a new section aftor
' Section 22 of Artiolo 77, to roqulro
' that tho Hoard of Kegistration shall
keep a record of proceedings.
1 Article 100, on oath of members of
the Legislature aud voters, was
, adopted as iu the draft, on recom
mendation of same committee.
i he i ommitteo on incentive ro
commended nn amendment to Sec.
1 of Article )., making tho election
(if n now Prnnldont In ease of I ho
P01" dea'li, resignation, removal or per
manent disability of tho President
only necessary when any such
vacancy occurs moro tnan six mouths
prior to tho expiration of tho Presi
dent's term. Adopted.
Another amendment made the
imi. ;vamove(Kororerthomat-iof,inKof a M,cb1 S9iou of tho j which caued part of tho difficulties 0Vtrtfou .The evidence the cas
tor to tho Committee on Legisln- t..,.,uP.i, tL ..mi. ., ..ion.. ' ,f ihn i...iit..t ,,. 0".rVou ."r,?T,utt.m.l"0,;,!'
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Au office in tho Cummlus block
facing Merchaut street is offered for
W. M. Oiffard will leave on the
S. S. Australia for a vacation on tint
Palmer Woods is in towu. Ho
came over ou tho W. O. Hall this
King up No. 71 either telephones
tor tho Consolidated Soda
B. F. Hitlers A: Co. will commence
a special sale of fast black hosier
on Monday next.
Tho steamer W. O. Hall brought
no sugar this trip, for the very
reason thoro was none to bring.
Lorrin A. Thurston will addreds
an open meetiug of the American
League this evening nt Itobiusou
Tho monthly moot iug of tho
Young Men's Christian Association
will be held this evening, nt 7:.'i0
Mr. Fujii, Consul. General for
Japan gave a dinner nt the Hotel
jesterdny evening to officers of the
Japanese warships in port.
Tho Knmohameha tchool band
will play at tho League ground to
morrow afternoon, during the game
between the Kniuehamnha and Ha
waii. About thirty horses and mares
will be sold at miction by Jas. F.
Morgnu nt 12 o'clock noon to-morrow,
nt the ynrd of J. I. Dowsett. on
The Hawaiian Jockey Club will
meet this evening, at the Pacific
Club, nt 7:!i0 o'clock. A full nt tend
ance is requested ns business of im
portance will como up.
Cnmnriiio'ii Refrigerator, by the
Australia to-morrow, Juno 10, apri
cots, nectarines, cherries, plums,
peaches, asparagus, rhubarb, celery,
cauliflowers, oysters, salmou, etc.
Tho Honolulu Amulour Athletic
Club will meet at the Y. M. C. A.
ball this evening for the purpose of
considering the advisability of enter
ing tho athletic sports ou July 1th.
S. S. Australia to-morrow nt 0
o'clock. Cnptuiu H. C. Houdlette
will complete his 100th trip, nud the
occasion will be duly celebrated. A
concert will bo giveu at the Hawai
A uative named Nohoauu broke n
door iu the house of one Kapuii. He
was nrrested for malicious injury
and to-day wns seut over to the reef
for twouly days by District Magis
trate Antonio Perry.
Pine carriages and civil dr'uers at
nil hours can be had of the City
Carriage Co., whoso stand is nt King
aud Bethel streets. John S. Ai
dradu is tho manager nud will bo
found very attentive to business.
Three natives, Kulukulutduni, Ka
hoohuli and Keoui liulu pleaded
guilty iu the District Court to-day
to a churge of selliiiK spirituous
liquors commonly known as swipec,
Del. Carter favored indefinite
postponement. Tho question was
ns yet iu nn early stage, nud ought
to lie settled only by the people nt
Min. Damon thought n fund.v
mental rule that should be observed
was thai where people were tilled
they had n right to iinvo u hearing.
It wns not proper that, when the
petitioners had not been notified
that the matter was coining up this
morning, the oui'Mion should be
Vnir : summarily thrown out. Iu some
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!',,-, ill ,1117 Willi,-,, ,71.111,'? WlllllOH
mil the franchise, mid the question
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g ,,- 11-1,-1,111 ,1 pl',l 1,- IM (IIUIIl-
tiou in Ktiglaud, where Lord Sails j
bury had recently brought it promi
, noutly forward. Ho favored refer '
once to the Committee on Legisla
ture. Coun. Watorhouso moved for a
special committee, mid Del. Vivas i
accepted the motion. ,
Del. Abies suggested a committee '
Del. Kobertson remarked that the i
mirried men were afraid to tro ou
the committee for fear of having
I heir hair pulled when they went
home. He lavored indefinite post
Del. Ihldwiu would be iu favor of
indufi'iitoly pot polling the proposi- i
lion but only graduadx. The Indies
rdiould hao n chance to be heard.
Ho would h.io n special coinmittee 1
ol seven including the hachelnrs.
Did. losepa was for the u nin mo
tion. When n couple was mariied
the man nud woman became one,
but if tlio woman was given tint
frnuchi'it tinw would be made two.
I Vice Pres. Wilder said theie was a
disposition to keep the women from
having a hearing. He propped to
have the nyo nud noes called, to
show the women who were their
The nyes and noes being called re- I
suited iu the motion to indefinitely I
I postpone the question being defeat-
en nn ine iiiiiiiw nix Mue:
A3 es Hrowu, Carter, Una, Per-iiande-,
Hatch, losopn, Knhaulelio,
Kalua, McCuudless, .Mendoiien, Mor
gan, Pogue, Koberison, D. I). Smith,
fonney, A. S. Wilcox III.
Xoeh -Abies, Allen, li.ildwiu, Dv
uiou, Dole, Hinmeliitli, Horner, Knu
limie, Kiug, Lviuan, Nott, Hiee, W.
(). Suiitli, Vivas, WaterhoiiMs C. N.
Wilcox, Wilder 17.
The mailer wns recommended to
lie referred to a special committee.
The Coinmittee ou Judiciary re
ported ou reel ions 2, .1, I mid 5 of
Ait ic !o 17, recommending their
adoption as iu I lie draft.
Del. Abies iaid he Mguod the ro
poit of the majority witli tho under
standing giveu to them that he
would move an additional section to
Article 70. He wauled to give the
vote for .Senators to nil tho-e grant
ed tlie rights of eiiiiiiiship iu Arti
cle 17. for t-orvicos mid support to
the Provisional Clov eminent.
Pres. Dole (-taled that there was
110 form of certificate provided as
mentioned, and he suggested the
shilling out of the clause in ques
tion. Conn. lirown moved to Mrilieout
the words, "iu manner and foim
herein -ot forth," Can led.
Del. ivns thought future serv ices
should be K-ciiguieil, as he learned
011 v uecessarv whon the Legislature
was not thou iu tcssioii. Adopted. I
Tho committee rose nud reported
progress nud wns granted leave to '
sit again. ,
Coun. Smith extended nn invitn- :
lion to tho Convention to attend
the American League this evening ,
to hear an address from Hon. L A.
Pres. Dole nppoitited tho follow-
iug committee on wonmu suffrage:
until it wns directly off port. If
there wns to be an appropriation it
should bo for uight relief of tho
1 keepor of tho signal station ' nt
I Minister Damon quoted tho pilot
regulations, which require a watch
man nt the pilots' office.
, Tho item wns left intact excopting
, to leave out the place for watchman.
, Mr. Allen moved to increaso the
I subsidy to Queen's Hospital from
Slo.OOO to .?2r,ooo.
; Minister Damon thought tho hos
pital authorities might economic
nud thus keep within their moans.
Ho would move $20,000.
Minister Smith took tho same
1 .ur. Alien said the Uovornmont m)ri90nment nt hard labor by Dis-
,.,,i.-ii .iiu iiwaintdi uiiub uiuuui, rn. M mrwt r.itit I'.irrv Iii.iImi- r,r
uight going through his premises
from what was suspected ns a placo
where opium was sold. Tho mount
ed police wore given orders n little
while back not to "monkey" around
tho promises of Chinamen looking
for opium smokers, owing to their
invariable failuro to malio out a case
with evou making n show of pro
secuting, and this ( is presumably
tho reason why opium is nt such
a low figure. Tho patrolmen now
either sloep behind telephone
posts or wnko up Chineso storekeep
ers nt 1 o'clock Sunday morning to
buy cigarettes off them nud then
hnvo them nrrested for breaking tho
ANOTHER BOB DONE WRUNO.
One of Hitchcock's Finost Convicted
of a Foul Kobbery
William Lindsey, a police cousin
ble, Itoss Spencer and Tuck Cheo
wero each seuteucud to ouu vears
Tho item passed nt 20,000.
Mr. Brown told of n shockingly
bad stnto of bridges in Koolauloa,
where the rotten planks jumped up
nud hit n horse behind. Ho moved
to inert an item of $1000 for lum
Mr. Morgan moved to insert -?22(K)
for nid to I'nrndise of tho Pacific,
which would bo 100 a mouth for
rest of the period including this
mouth. He praised the manner iu
nt the room of n Japanese woman
on Xiiunnu street on n certain night
iu May nud demanded $.0 of her.
The men displayed police badges
nud n stout stick nnd threatened to
do her bodily harm if she did not
handover tho money. The woman
had only 2 iu her trunk nnd, fear
ing the men, handed over that
amount. Prior to obtaining tho
money Li nil soy took out n pistol
nml filmi.fl tl nl ...iiiiiilnlnniit ' Itiiml
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;' ". u, .'.",u".. iiuiiiur, jyuiiKim-, ,..,... .. ' i"M' " '"8 w..iiU,iujv,i, Allor mo men gottho money they
A. S. Wilcox, Brown and D. IJ. and regarded tho paper as a public 0ft and on their wny out nssaulled
Smith. heneht. Carried. - .i, , , nill ('i,:,......,,.
mi..:. 1... 11.1..1. .1 .. j . .:-i " .".' ." " :
,&iiiinavi iiiiii-ii iiuiiuil lii lui'll'dsi,
At 12:21 tho Convention adjourn
ed till 10 o'clock Monday morning
PXtO V IQION AL LnaiSLATUUE.
the item for expenses of diplomatic
nud consular corps from J20 to
$20,000. They might want n largo
amount for negotiating a new trenlv
with the United States. Carried.
Mr. Waterhouse moved to insert,
for nid to Honolulu Library, $1000.
j Mr. McCnudluss protested against
j new items. It would bring the Gov-
' eminent into deserved odium.
Nobody seconded tho motion.
Minister Smith moved to insert
lingular Gonurul Session of tho Exe
cutive nud Advisory Councils.
President Dole called the Coun
cils to order nnd delivered tho open
ing prayer at 1:10. Present: Minis
ters Hatch, King, Damon mid Smith;
Vii.i. Pr.u;.l.,.il V t U'ihl.ir l
i ', vo (ai-a w... ....,... m k
cillors Allen, Waterhouse, Kim, Ton- -""" ', ,'! nntI tnlou
ney, llniwn, Young, Xott, Morgnu, r"J-,,),rd8, Cn"iml: , . ,
Mendoiien, I) IV Smith nnd Me-' ," recotnmeiulatlon ,of tho com
( landless. .mitten on Water Works expenses
Heading of the minutes of two w,'r,1! n.d!Mdod.
previous meetings by Secretary . fcM,i",.!,!or Smilh '"ft"11 ."m,rl
UoiIl'om oeeni,i..l :. minntex. 20.000 fornrtcsimi well at the insane
A txititio'i was read from the e
I ccutivo cominitteo of the Hnwaiiun
I Hoard in behalf of increased aid per
I capita to boarding schools, especi
'nllv asking for $1000 iu aid of the
Kice mid C 00I10 rortiigucse board
ing hchool. Laid on the table to bo
eousideied with tin Appropriation
Mr. Brown verbally petitioned ou
hehnlfof people iu Koolau for aid
to bring homo .'ill ndult and 20 minor
I rfiti'fiiifina fr.iin ITlnl, IT T
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Minister Damon read the weekly , V.1 ouior iimn puniiu scnoois.
financial htateineut as follows: , U recomniended $S00J for general
.aid to private schools that wero
IIS4MIAI. rir.Mrsx run iiik kkk
I'lMUMl Jt'M. t:l. 'Ml.
Deputy Marshal Brown testified
. that Lindsey was commissioned a
policeman 011 Sept. 1, I8'.l.'l, aud that
lie was discharged on May HI, on ac
count of this case of extortion.
Defendants offered no defense, but
hnvo appealed the case.
CLEVER DETECTIVE WOUK.
1 Chntter Doyle Koturim After Con
I Chester A. Doyle was a passenger
! 011 tho steamer W. O. llnll from
1 Maui to-day. Doyle went to Lnhn
' inn to give evidence in a case of In
1 ceudiarism. The Japanese court in
terpreter some time ago suspected
two Japs of having set fire to n
building belonging to the Pioneer
Mill Co. He feigned drunkenness
nud wns locked up with tho men.
Some time during their imprison
ment one of the Japs gave the whole
Immense Assortment I Lowest Prices I
NIN8UOKS In I'liile, Strl1, Checks snd I'litldi..
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AU. UUADP.S AND PKIOKS.
IMMITIKS In HtrlH-I, Checks, flalds and Hair l.ttie..
INDIA LINONS, BATISTR AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE, CKBAM AND KOKU
IMMKN8K VAP.IBTY OK
WHITE . O-OOXDS
AN KNIM.KSH VAIHETV OF
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIMtOIDKItY KD01NOH hi SwIm, Niilnso-iX nnd HanilmrK. In
All Widths wltli InivrthiK to listen.
All-over Embroidery, Embroidery Flounces and Demi Flounce.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
Summer Dress Goods !
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose !
Aflor (lipcnrMion tho itt'in paxml
Mr. Watorhouso inovt'il to inrt
$20,()()0for UirU' ImliiMrial School.
IIj IIIKl.kHjl .kllll till. 'mil .!. IKMA
iT uiiuiTiiuvri 1 in vtiiMuiiiii'ii win I :. .1 ..
iltriniiiHl to stop all aid to private "" "wiyr. nut uiiniijr wn. ....,-..
bcI.ooU, and ho coiiMdorod huch an JlJVK v)1 ).ll,,:r' ,"c' ,'"" MK
iimtilutUi iu that proposod to lu. tl,n 1 1 ()lh'-r had not pnt .not.Kh
indisp ahlo. coal oil on tho hrtiHh. Ah DovIi, iiii-
mi. . u . 1... 1 - dnrxtond tint Inianitt I info. Iiavinif
li'lter fnim thu I'rwiilunt of tho !n'"" Vr,.,,,Bl,, ",, '.' ;l?1l,!l"l-,, pw'l'rietor of the HAWAIIAN' J APANKSK llAXAAlt, Hotel Rtll'Ot,
. l,n lltltlf III I Iiii u I II Ii I ,!, ll Llllll I llll "
Iioard of Ldnoatiou on tho xiibjoct
Freiioii Klici Sli.oe at $2.25
I Imvi' been iiihtructcil U Mit. ,J. M. mc Sa k Siia-a.
w .. ..... v
hn took in tho Hitnation. Whon tho
intMi nvvalo Io tho fact that Dovlo
had Ih'oii lihtoninK thny pha(Iiul
Current not'oimt tialnnro Jiiiih
0. I Mil . . .iai 77
Inlirlor Dt'pnrtiiii'Mt . . 2,ls' mi
I'iiiIoiiiii rciiit .. . n.NVi IM)
Kiiiuu, Mi . . tl lO
ltiivviiiu 3tniti4 . lll'l .'iU
ilovoriiiiii'iitri.iilliitloii. . 15 IU
Iiimh. 3 IS :o
(IlllllOII I'llKlllUtli, . .. Ill (HI
KliM'trlo l.llit I'-O no
llllo Wutir lcicrlpt, :i no
I nillili . u to
$ I'J.UIll 00
I'otnl ifiiiiur) lmlniK'6 nliovt
datu . . . . J0.',i?J3 77
Komi taxex to Hpcclal depoill
l'ayiiii-nt nnJtr bectluu'J
Uurriiiu iict'otiiit bnlunce nliore
doiiip; work not hohiK done by Oov-
Ministur Damon navn n stattMnmit
of tho iiinniihtH votod at but meet
I infrof tho Coiinoild. Ho inovod to
! inmirt ?l.") for caiiitntion foos duo
n.'p.v. mi Kavvaiahiio Smiiiuary for lust period.
V:ji rt , Carried.
Sect ions '2 and !l of tho hill, reiru
latintr payments thoroiuidur, wero '
Ministur Damon moved that Son- j
tion 1 ho luft out and inado a Hopar
ato hill. Carried.
Tho rest of tho bill wu patsod.
Minister Damon moved that when
tho Conndls adjourn it Ixt until U
:i7 I o'clock to-morrow morning for thu
purpoho of perfect ing the hill.
n oo ' 'I'ho hill to roappropriato tho uu-
" hi on i expended balance of 1,105.17, for
i' on I general oxpeuxert of I'roviaioual Gov-
orumeut, passed Kecoud reading.
At U:'J0 tho Councils went into ex
to soil h'm Htoek of J A PANESIS (iOOL)S. AIho, a big ns
HOiliniMit of JAPAN ISSN PAPKK NAPKINS will be Bold
I.KSS THAN COST.
Tho following will bo the inako up
of the teams iu tho match betvvoen
tho Kamohauiolias and the Hntvaiis
lUHlllH. IlimrillN. KlMfll tMCIIA".
(' WIIIU ll W. Un-Uny
I.. Hurt .. !! ItiMiVoky
J. A. TIioimimiii '.'li W. M itlitiV.n
T. I'ryi'e , u It. I'liliiiu
J. I.IHllllVMI .rf .. Mrlli'lllrt
(1 Chirk . 111. II. WUf
W. Alllu .,l .It. l.l'IMOII
I'milil .r( ,. Kitmioi
W. V. Kaiu- If . KoWl
The 1'. Q. baud will give a concert
at Thomas Sipiuro this uveniug.
III NL'UANU STKKET.
FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
nkw srot'K OK
and Sorgos Just
SUITS FTJ.OIUI dJ 1 4 XJI
Goods. Fancy Goods, Luwus, Etc., Etc., Eto
A Kl'Ll. SlIlThV
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
at Moaunlua during the pant month. I that hilmokalaiii ua-. to lie restored
Sentence vvn HtiHpended.
Captain liarkor of tho U. S. S.
Philadelphia has kindly coifi'iitcd,
ut the instance of many citi.mib
oharitnbly inclined, to allow the
miuHtrel troupe of the ship to give
an entertainment at the Opera
House next Thursday evening. The
proceeds will be for the benefit of
Jerry CouuorH, an old horneinan.
A mail named Wilgernwto mitred
u copper tube about three mouth
ago, aud the other day discovered
that the thief was a native uniiied
Makali. He had him arrested and
on Maluili' plea of guilty lie was
sentenced to mx mouliirt' iniprit-oii-mont
nt hard labor, and to pay a
lino of $10.
No. 0 of the papers of the JIa
vvniian Historical Society has been
Ihsucd, It is Prof. Alexander's, en
titled, "Tho Proceedings of the
Russians ou Kauai -IH1I IKIfi,"
Thoro ia appended nn extract from
a letter from V. KiiuiUeu, Kauai;
dUo, "Cnptuiu Oolovnln's htuto
uuut," trauuliitud from thu Itunbtuu.
I The Miction pnoreil as amended. I
I An ameiidmeiii was propo-ed by
I Coun. Kuiiiifliitli to rciiiiro that the
propoi-ed certificate tlmulil soecify
I the feervici-s done li) the npplieaut.
j Min. Hatch objected tolhoainend
. uieiits that the matter was in the
I hands of the kiiMitivo, which wmilil
i rce that iiii olii-tiielo.-, vvere placed in
'tliovwi.V of tliiisn cutilleil to cill.ii
lnp iiinl-r this Ailicle
i Del. Carter said the oulv uppr"
i bin inn the auii-udiiieiil oi Coun.
I ICniliielillh would r ive would be
f ri Mil (in I no d.olji p.lpiir h mi lie to
the iaue, and th tight it was time
to call a halt on the utterances of a
member who showed hi malfeasance
to the cause of the I'roviMonnl (iov-
criitiiont by declining to register at
I the :iii elci-iiou, and who was only
1 iu this (Viivcutinu at all b) the
coiirti'M of ils inouibeis
Collll ICtlillii'liltli ilclii d llll.l lliem
I her of the ('uuwiitiuii tu hii that he
was inure loyal t the cttiin of an
inex.itiou than hiuiMilf. And lie
' would mvu vvatuiug thou that ho
(llltstiiliilltIK lioinln H,7i i, von IK)
IruiMirv notes. :I,kj ou
Due I'. ft. Haul, uml I'. M. li.
iiotcs .. . loil 13
Nul itiilelitiilliuKi t:i,ll!l,i.ll i:i
I'. N. IMSK MKMO.
N'olU'll this llllttl nt Mil If
ilnoMiN iiiiitiirhii; Jiniu,
Jnl.v uml AiiKii-l.ls'H.. I 'JO, J'.ii mi
Cush on IiiohI . .'n.Ms I'l
I'llOVIKlONtl. IIUVKRNMKST UKUO
r.xM'Ueii I'nivixlnrtiil Uoverii-
iiieiu to il.ito ..f '.'JT.IIO 3
'litis lllliollllt 0HVIT llll l'Xll.'lxl'H illl'lllll-
MhMll i M-ll IS fill'. IM II V
OiitMnniliiii; i-frtllliMli-.. . .'1IJ.0O0 00
Ciiili In trrjiinrv in rcili't'in nil
iiilltioiiliii;iiirllllriili- IIIJ.OOO 0o
luliil iiinoiliiliiTlllicnli". t .'ll.'.OOion
Cioli on liiiml I'oilnl huvliiK"
Haul, 1 'is,.ils 10
lliilimi'i' to inllt of V'O Itoail
HuiiriN in Inuiiirv '.'I 001 Til
ll.ilioii'f to on illt nl ftnlioul
llimnl iu lri.ii.ii' i 7,l.'l.l is
.V wiilulili r.i-li. rturruiil .ic-
i-oiiiii '.Tt.Jiil n;
I t IVIJIS 10
Inn' rnrrt'iit ncc unit (nun ml-
viiiu'oo 10 lo.in (uml I fts.iw 80
The main water pipe ou Kiiiuia
Htreet burst in front of S. H. Dole's
resitlonco nt 7..10 o'clock y(.storday
ovening. II was ropaired by mid
night. The shed iu IC. U. Thomas' store
yard on Kiug street took a tumble
yieiterday afternoon, Luckily 110
0110 was uear.
Mr Morgan read a report from
the committee ou expenses of Water
Works. Laid ou the table to bo
ciniMtlcrcd with tho Appropriation
Miiii-tnr King road his biennial
ii'puii ai Minibtei of Interior, show
ing thu receipts uud dibburuumunU
Ami plfiilj iiniri' on tin, u)
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
rKi.Ki'iioN i;k ci
Okkick it Wakkiiousk:
Corner lticon .nul Nuiiiinu
City Cakkia.k Co.,
Corii r KIiir niul llt'tlii'l hl
UOTH TELEPHONES 113
Fine Curriiigos & Civil Di Ivors
I'd lit Imil m ml hour'
J. S. ANDIiAUli,
, ia!)-l( ManajjiT
Ladies', Children's and Men's
FAST - BLACK - HOSIERY
On MONDAY, June 18, 1894,
f.a" FOR ONE DAY ONLY "S3
Wi will nllir then (motln.iit Uiuol I'riui'j
S. F. EHLBRS & GO.
fsov? ai 1 Tra-Rr btr,hiwt
ComiT Kiiir iV Nuiiiiun hit
Kiev. W'iii tin, Mnimm'r
Finest oi Wines & Liquors
Hllliiird (Sc Rarullni; Room
I KM l I' Mil iN
avx ai. TrLEiiio;ri: ara
I In',.' to Inform hiortiiiK Mi'H niul thi
(li'iliral I'ulilif thnt I 1011 irinrii to Itt
iiiir niul Itiiiioviiln over) iln.cni lion ut
l'lriiriiin lliuik. Iliilm .111,1 llnviilviT"
-Ullllil Ij ltc-tiNknl. Illili'lli iin,l It msn
III) iloiin III illlV tllllill'. 1'irnl 'llla uork-
1 1 1 1 -li 1 KiiurioitiTil I'liiiiiniiTx iroiniitl
f.MON HTItKKT, UONOI.lM.l!
Mil J. W. CHAPMAN,
THE Wl'l.t, KNOWN
Sn'IuIh, I'rlv.iti IHiiuiir
or Hnriluii rurtirn, vu
iliii,r, iu vail Umii iinv
iiioii wlio will Lin, III mtin
, civ Hi ivlll In
luiliut or iii'lilli'
HOP H1NG &CO.,
er UOI'KI srilKKT,
Wliiili'.iii.' Di'itluri in
Lienors and Manila Cigars
General Chinese Merchandise
nrrn aii -
Nut Oil, Itlio, MuttiiiR,
U'lilnio MlU, r.tc, Kto.. Uto
Etiglisu and Amurloan Qroceriea
II) I.Vi'ry toail HteaiiKt
MUrUAl. TKLUl'UONJt 147.