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S!u gnilj) iHjctin.
TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1891
TomPtv, June 10.
Am bktnc V II Dltnond, XlUon, llitnya
from Hnn Kraneco
Btmr Walnlenle from llnmtkim
Bttnr Pele fnini Mnknweli
Ti'kiu, June l'j.
HUMS Taknrlilhu, Nomura, for Yoko-
l)Irovery, ChrlMlnnon. for
... tf . -.. .a 1. . .
owur u iinu tor ,mhui ana iinnnn ni iu . ....r.. r . i... ii ...., ... .
m ,., I lfllltll 111 I HU V ItMlllUl, IIP II1IY lfUIUII
Htmr Clnadlne for t.orts on Mnnl nt ft t m I eliffililo l)V t hi Constitution to le-
Trr.si.Y, Juno 111.
Th Constitutional Convontioii
wn lnte in gfttinfj ilowu to liusini'.s
this inorninj,', owing to members bo
iiig oulsiile seeing tlio drill of thu
U. S. S. Philadoliiliia's battalion.
Allor routine business tin? Conven
tion wont into eoiutnitteo of the
whole, Del. Lyman in thu chair, for
further consideration of the draft of
Article lit, on Denization, n re
commended by the Judiciary Com
mit too, was read m follows:
Articm: 111. DENIZATION.
L"tters of Denization may be i-
sued dv t lie i'reiuitu with tlioai.
Btmr IwnUnl fur Kminl nt A pin
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
come a Uitiz n, excepting t lint l lie
provisions requiring prnvious resi
ded e in the Hawaiian NlamU, in
tent ion to become a pormntiont rev
AJ"c,i?co0W,hoy, Mn,,M,od' ,or8n" Kr,", j dent of the Ifepublic, citizenship of
uuiiiiirjr iiitviiiK t.iiui i reaij
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Btmr Walftlealf-aMI ln "Ugnr.
From liuinnkun, tier sliur Wnlilrnle,
Jane 111 MIk lllcp Winters ntul deck.
From Bun Kranol'co, or bkine V It 1)1
iDOnd, June 111-1. Kip, Mm V KIii, Mr K
lie till, Mm M Kohn, Mlis M Kuhii. U
Williams, II Jnme, Mm S K Williams, I'
K Kvatu, II II Thomas.
For Bnii Kruiii'Uco, iwr liMno tin WIMcr,
June W-Mri. Terry, It I. Film. II WIUwn
net T M llarrl-ou.
For Maui, cr Miur I'laudlne, June 10
Kudolpli tiprcckel;, Sister llonnvuutiir.i
nnd :lrl. Ms DavN, Mrs I' II Aiken, W 0
Aiken, ltuv 1) K Kuiiiulitml.
For Kntinl, ir stuir Itvatanl. June ID
Mrs Weir. Mri M. Uownn, Mii Juliet
Smith, Mr-O l.'iilicrn iiiul child. U Wot
tors. U M Cooke, Jr. J Kanulkoaml wife, A
LI nd t ay.
For MhuI nn I llnwnll, ixir tmr W
Hall. June 111- Ynli.ii.u. I). I'rle tlv. Ill:
Lee and wife. Wiiy Kirti: Win Un-rnnrll.
li (Ireonwell, A llntielierg, Arthur lirowit,
V F Wlbon. It Ilnllenllne, Asukl. I.
Marks, Miss I'ed'O. Mrs KrvlciiliorK. Miss
Kamnuti, Miss Wnlau unit 10 deck.
The liurkcutlne Ilcovery, Cnitniii
Jlirl'lhiiM'ii, milled for the round to-diiy
Tim steamer lVIo will he due this even
IliK vs I tit h inriio ol Mnkitwell -uxor for the
B. H. Austrnlln.
The strnmer Iwnlunl will take tie- Mlkn
lmli' plni'i: during the neit six vuek, tho
latter Mug repaired.
The Imrkeutlno W. II. Plniniul, Cnptitln
MI'mii, nrrired in.iluy II days fiom hnn
KrunrUoo, with a liirj;,) list of pu, -miners
nnd a Ki'i'Tnl cnrito of infn:h:iti !(., In
cltldltiK lour horses. HIim will dl-chargo
nbovo the OcimiiIc ihn't.
The hftrkeutlne S. II, Wilder, Cnptnlii
McNeill, sulled on t-iitnriiny for .Sun Frnn
ulsco with the lollewhiK enrnn: .'CL'll l.iu
stittur, F. A. r'ehtu-fer A Co.; Ml7do.,T. II.
lMvles A- Co.; iWJldo., (3. llrewer A Co.;
1400 do., Custlo V: Cooke. Pinm-stli! nilue,
stipulation with the Kcpuoliu con
cerning naturalization, an oath ab
juriug allegiance to Ids native land
and of allegiance to the Hcpttblic
and nppl cation to the Supreme
Court shall not be required. Everv
person to whom such letters shall
issue shall hounicr take the oatli
prescribed in Article KM) of the Con
stitution, and shall thereupon In
come untitled to all tho rights, privi
leges and immunities of a citizen.
Conn. Drown moved to strikeout
botlt the Article as iu the draft ami
as recommended by the Judiciary
! Committee. Ho did not believe iu
giving any five men the jtowor to
confer tho privileges of citizenship
on nuybody and ovurjbody tltey
choe. There ought to be but one
avenue to the rights of citizenship
in the Republic, nnd that was iu be
coming a complete citizenship with
uudlv tded allegiance to I his count ry.
Del. Carter moved that the report
of the committee be adopted
Miu. Smlt h tan) I heie was no iiiuo-
vat ion in tho syMcm of denization, i
One of I he ablest Chief Justices the 1
country ever had was but n deuizeu. '
A person could not praeti.-e law or .
servo the Government in any way
without being a citizen or subject.
He did not think the power would
i ever be abused. The Article was
i stricter than tlin provisions of the
old Constitution, which gave the'
power to Hie .Minister ol the In
terior. ! Miu. Damon argued that from the
' smaliuess of the country and its i'O-
laled position, iu conjunction with
' its peculiar needs of special help
lowing to its diverse population, il
, was very desirable that the Govern
: ineiit should hint the power to en
gage whatever help it might leipiln
Section 1. Tho President and all
civil ollicors of the Republic shall bo
liable to removal from otlice by im
peachment upon any of the follow
ing grounds, namely: Any act or
negligence involving moral turpi
tutlo puuishablo by law as an offense
and committed while iu oil ice, in
capacity for the due performance of
olbcial duty, maladministration iu
office, nnd ass"89inont of ollice-hold-era
for partisan political expouses or
being accessory thereto.
Conn. Wntorhouse moved an
amendment to tnako disloyalty to
the Hepublic or haukering nftor the
Monarchy a ground of impeach
ment. 1'res. Dolo remarked that while
tho amendment was patriotic and
creditable to its mover, it was un-
S. Wilcox aud Young I necessary and obtrusive. There was
I 11 I ... ,1.- lA I- .
UOIUIIIK HI 1110 ATUCIO to
disloyalty being taken as
of dismissal from office.
VieO'Pres. Wilder wanted inform
ation. Was tho last clause to be
I construed as forbidding an office
holder to pay au assessment for
party purposes? Ollice holders he
thought wore tho ones who should
bo the first to contribute to their
Pros. Dolo explained that it was
meant to prevent the serious ovils
that had arisen iu the United States
from the levying of assessments for
party purposes upon ollice holders.
' He regarded it as a very good pro
vision to put iu the Constitution.
! Del. Abies was afraid tho Article
' would bo liable to misconstruction
that would work injustice.
Min. Smith argued that the Arti
cle was iu the interests of clean gov
ernment. Del. Carter analyzed the term as
sessment aud contended that the
Article might lead to tho impeach
ment of the best of presidents be
cause, forsooth, he might have asked
a subordinate to pay $10 to the cam
paign fund. He moved to strike
out ull that followed the words,
"maladministration in ollice."
On a show of hands Mr. Water
house's amendment was declared
carried, but thu vote was called iu
Conn. McCandless wanted tho
ayes ami noes called, to put thu
members on record.
Conn. Emmeluth did not want thu
word "monarchy" mentioned iu this
Miu. Smith moved an amendment
to the amendment, leaving part of it
olf to get rid of "monarchy.
Del. Uobertson feared tho "dis-
stance of what tho Minister had
Min. Hatch urged that ono of tho
objects of tho Government was to
develop tho country. While they
shut tho door of citizonship tempor
arily for aspecial purpose, it would
not bo wiso to prevent good men
who wero helping to build up tho
country from taking any part in na
The ayes and noes wore taken on
the President's nmendmont, which
carried by tho following voto and
the Article as amended was adopted
on a show of hands.
Ayo Allen, Brown, Dole, Emme
luth, Etia, Eertiatides, Horner, lose-
i pa. lCnhatilelio, Kalua, Kauhauo,
' Mm, flu, ,,,., fnr,fnn NTiiM P.ir,n
Hiee, Robertson, Tounoy, Vivas,
Noes Able, Baldwin, Uolte, Car
ter. Damon, Hatch. King, Lvman,
McCnndless, D. H. Smith, W. O.
Smith, G. N. Wilcox and Wilder 13.
Article 1)1, on "Olllco Holders,"
recommended by the Judiciary
Committee was read as follows:
Si.itiov 1. All persons holding
ollico under tho Provisional Govern
ment of tho Hawaiian lslauds, at tho
date of tho promulgation of this
Constitution, shall continue to hold
and exercise all tho power to them
; granted until such ollice shall Do
1 come vacant.
Sni-noN 2. All commissions issued
by or under authority of the late
Motiarchy, or of the Provisional
Government of the Hawaiian Isl
ands, are hereby declared to be
vacated, null aud void from aud
nftor the first day of September, A.
D. 18111, unless cancelled prior to
Miu. Smith moved to amend by
putting "Every person" instead of
"All persons." Lost.
The Article passed.
Article HI, on "Majority Hide,"
recommended by the Legislatiuc
Committee, was read as follows:
"The approval, concurrence, con
rent, advice, ngrt'omeut or action of
the Legislature or either house
thereof, or of the Executive Council
or of any Hoard of Registration or
other public Hoard, shall not for its
validity require the assent of more
1 than a majority, unless otherwise
, herein required; but in respect of
the Executive Council such majority
shatl bo required to include the
: Conn. Emmeluth wanted to know
how much power tho Council of
Statu should have under this Arti-
Headquarters for White Goods
1ST. S. S-A.OHS'
OMO fort Btroot., Honolulu.
Ura. Mary K. O'Fallon
f niti, o, r thsphr
tlclans nro Astonished,
Immense Assortment I Lowest Prices I
NAINHOOKS In Plain, Strip!, Chirk slid I'lalds,
' 1 Raised" to" to" Doad Persian Lafflls victorla tawns' LineD Lawns
Long and Terrible Illness
from Blood Poisoning
Completely Cured by Uood't
Mrt. Mrjr R. O'Fftllon. Ttry lntnitn
tad? of l'lius, Obto, u poisoned while
litlni physicians t n Autopsy C Ir Zt
and toon irrribl ulcer brnks out on her
head, arms, toncue and throat Her hair alt
earns ont. 8lie wrlfilisd but 7S lbs., and taw
do prospect of help. At last alio began to
take Hood's Barsspatttla nnd at one U
proredi could soon get out ot bed and walk.
Btie siysi " I became perfectly cured by
and Am now a welt woman. I weigh 128 lbs,
eat well and do the work for a largo family.
My case seems a wonderful recovery and
physicians look nt me In astonishment, a
almost Ittioane rnlsrd frens the dead."
MOOD'S PlLLB should be In erery ftmHf
Deilcla cbsit Ones u ltd. sJwsrs prsfsrtsA.
HOllKOS. NKWMAN A CO.,
Agents for llnwsltan Inlands.
IN A I.I, (HtADKS AND I'ltlf'KH.
1MMITIKS In HtrltrfMl. i:iii.,k, 1'lnlils eml Hair Ijum.
INDIA MNONS, BATISTE AND COTTON CHAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CREAM AND KOKU.
I.MMKNSK VAltlBTY OV
WHITE .". QOODS
AN KNIII.KHfs VAIMKTY OP
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIlllOIIlKltY KIMtlMIS in Swiss Nnlnsonk ntxl Hnmlmrit
All Widths with lin.TtltiK to MhU'Ii.
All-oter Embroidery, Embroidery Floances and Oomi Fluonce.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
llrown (to l.Jk'islalivn Com
loll that out.
mil loo) -You 1
.Miu. D.aiiiou rtuiil tlio Coiislitutiou
inntlo tlio MiuiiMoM rosponnililo.
L'nilor this Artii.'lo tlio tlio ntlvlco of
tlio .MinisttTH wan null without con-
iMirronco ol tho rrcshlout. I his
L.OOAX. AND UBNRKAL MKWH
Hmloltih Siircclo'lii (roin to Kuhu
lui on tlio Clnutlino thin ovunin.
Clicap xi'iirnioint to tho l'ali nn
offorcd hy E. .Smith in hix ounifortn
Tho bonofit to Jorry Connor will
bo fc'ivon on Thnrsdiiv ivrniii nl
tho Opora llouso.
Tbn Suot tih Thintlo Club will
uiiHtt this ovoning, whon n full nt
tontlnuco in doMroYl.
Tho Uoll tolopbono will haro nil
couni-etionn tlnuingod by tho Sunday j uuui
uro roniidiiuti iiim ovohiiik.
mid oven dnimorotiK to uuint thoii
.(no tho rilit to voto. Ho would I
ihoroforM uiovo to niiioud ly addiuir '
tho word", "oM-i'pl thorinhtto voto." i
Ah nu instituuo of th" di--jr;ililiti of '
luixini; a dciii.niion inoviition. In
t'iU'd tho onso of 1'rof. Konbido. mi
oxpurt brought hero to Hiiipr."s
plant IiIIkIu. Auothr iiihiauco
was tho si'hinuo distMis.-i'il n low '
wtM'kt no of iinpuriin' a inilitnty
ooiiitiiaiitior from tlio Coast. Ho
thought that with tin oath, and tho
MriltiiiK out of tho right to oti tln
Arlicio should pa!t. i
Conn. McCamlli'Pt nruuod ngnitist
t malting a man take nu oath to Mip
port tho CiovoruiiiDiil and nt tlio '
riamo timo rofiising him tho privilogo t
of voting. Ho lu'licvi'd thoro woio '
wit Inn hearing of him who i
woro ri'aoy to no ri'i'iiucili'ii to tut
Ipublii', who hud voted In ro for
many wiks, but who would Im do- ,
bnrroif froiirnll ncttNo participation '
iu all'tilrn if limy woro not nllowi'd to
volo iiiidnr hiu'ii nn Article as tiiat
Couu. Totiuny thoiight Mr. Me
C'uihIIi'sh was using an argument
I lint, should defeat tlm propiMition
instead of carrying it. Ho icgarded
I lie privilege of voting as wrong to
i;ive to denizens, and tho proposed
power of manufacturing votom a
dangerous in tin hand of it possibly
Del. Ilaldwin advocated the Arti
cle as recommended by the coin
mittee. They would not bo apt to
got a womu class of voters l it than
some thoy had now.
I many good people iu
j who were on the fence -ollicors
ami inc., , r,,lm- "W"'" "K""l' ,,h"" " ll'"
iciico ii "line cilii'l.
Did lialilwin. ciiiiIiiiuiiil' nririiiMi
i thai with tho new restrictions tint
I svhtom ought to be continued. There
Lauroiico I. Kin. sou of Rev. Wil-' woro in
lium I. Kii. and wifo woro imsson- ! ciaiis iu
Pros. Dolo thought it inadvisable ! v"",l fduco tho position of a Min-
Dr. Howat imported four
horses by tho barkoutiiin V
Dimoud to-dny from tho Coast.
Mr. ami Mrs. L. A. I hurslou will
bo giving a reception on Thursday
isftornoon by Mr. and Mrs. E. .Nl.
H. 1'. Ilaldwin and A. O. M. Kob
ortnoa will address an open meeting
of tho Amcricau Leaguo to-morrow
V. M. GilTnrd, treasurer of the
Olowalu Company, announces a
dividond on tho stock of that cor
poration. A mooting of tho stockholders of
tho Hawaiian Construction Co. will
bo held at its olllco at 4 o'clock to
Tho P.O. army
woro deeply interested iu tho drill
ing ol tlio moil ol tlio u. t. h. I'liiia
delphin this morning.
gorsby thobarkentine V. H. Diuiond
to-day from San Francisco.
E. C. Holstoiu will send au nnlur
:u Man l-raucisco by tho S S. Aus
tralia on Saturday for printed copies
of music and words of two popular
Tho notorious Joo. Forroirn is iu
"ohokcy" again. Ho was nrrustod
this aftoriioou for using threatening
aud abusive language against a
Lieut, of 1'olico Knnae and Deiec
tivoTom Abbio loft on tho Mokolii
yostorday for Doiuity Marshal
Brown's ranch on Mofokai, where
Mr. Drown intends spending a
Tho trottors Novadn and llort Leo
bolouging to S, Graham and D 11.
Davis stables aud It. Jinlleiiiiuos j
ruuuors Aiuarino, Cjiieoii Lund Lolo
knlaui will bo takuu to Maui on the
steamer Claudiun this evening.
The I. Li. forces had battalion
drill on I 'a I ace Sipiaro yesterday
evening, tho I', li. band being in at'
tendance. Alter the drill they
marched up Punchbowl street, anil
uuarly scared tho life out ol Hilly
Tho creditors of W. H. Aldrich
aro fooling very anxious about his
whoroabouts. Some say Hilly left
on tho barkoutinoS. O. Wilder on
Saturday for San Francisco. Others
are inclined to believe that ho is iu
the Portuguese colony on Punch
bowl. Captain Patterson is keeping
hit iyv on tho bark Nowsboy Inuwug
to-morrow fur tho Coast.
erciianls in town, ami iui
I ho count ri. who for Mime
reason or other hud held back from
the movement, but who would adil
I to a valuable cla-sof voter.
i Uoiiii. Kiioiiebiih nn afiaid tho
proposal would endanger annexa
tion. It would be better to mako
support of annexation a condition of
eiliei ship anil give the people more
leeway, lie should prefer to light
1 rather ihnu have this Article pa-t.
Del Carter supported tho Article
as recoiuinendeil. Thoio worn suf
licit-lit restrictions about it to mako
I Conn. Ill own wa willing to sen
the Article pass with the I'reMilent's
amendment, but otherwise he want-
I ivl to have it killed.
Ud. aiiie-, said it was an rigin lor
' men who wmo roasonnbly certain of
I living always iu thin country to for
i swear then allegiance lo their own
country. Hut for ol her whoso stay
J hero wits doubtful il was a hard mat
ler to compel them lothiow away
their original cit'iisiip. If he
should go hack lo California him
self, after taking the oa h l ciiteu
ship, ln would find himself an alien
1 in his own coiiutrv. , fur mie (u
not propo-e In (ir-ue,ti his l uiled
Male- cil I, n- hip.
Mm. D, 111. on -j ul,e of the many iu
ipiiries from people abroad about
! land. It would be hardly the right
thing lo say to good men who cauu
hoio to raise coll'ce that they could
go to work on the laud and help to
develop t in country out tuny mii-t
not have nut thing to say abuut pub
lie albors. To do so would be going
back to tlm old cry, "Hawaii for the
lliwaiiaus" What we wauled wi
pimple to lb i lop the country
Cuun. MvCaudlots cilud an in
istor to that of a mero clerkship. If
Ministers woro lo bo tnnro clerks
I hey could not justly be hold res
ponsible. Puts. Dole hold I hat tho President
was the responsible party under this
f 'onstil ution, which nl the same timo
lesiricicd la 1 in to ii largo degree
morn than I ho President of tho
United Slates. If a majority of
Ministers could overrule tho Presi
dent it would bo, as a newspaper
lemarked th other day, having live
Presidents instead tif o'ne.
Couu. Emiunluth moved to insert,
"or of tho Council of State," after
Carried anil tho Article so passed.
Al llt.Vi tho eunmilteo of tho
whole took reces till l:'M.
Committee of tho whole resumed
Article ." -"No Public Aid to Sec
tarian or Privato Schools" --recommended
by tlio Judiciary Commit
tee, was read as follows:
From and after December thirty
lirst, A. D. IK'.lo, no public money
shall bo appropriated nor public
hind couvoyd to or for tho support
or benefit of any sectarian, denomi
national or privato school, nor any
school not under the exclusive con
trol of tho (iovorumoiit. ;
Miu. Smith objected to tho limi
tation of "oxclusivo control." Ho I
moved to strike out the words after
"private school," and insert in their
stead, "not under the supervision or
control of tho (Jowirnmoiit." Thoro
Tlioro wore i wore privato schools that woro doing
the country i work that could not bo done by tho
I (loveruinetil schools, mid it would
' bo unjust to require that these
i should bo pla"cd under the exclusive
I control of tho Government.
1 Del. Kahaulelio was in favor of
1 the committee's draft. All that any
ot these private schools required to
get public aid was to como under
control of tho Hoard of Education.
Couu. McCuudloss hoped tho
' amendment would not pass, as it
took the meat out of tho Article, i
Tho motor was favoring those who j
wanted to help private institutions
out of tho public treasury. Tlio
speaker had been hero ton years and
had noticed that it was dig, dig,
year after year, tlilloront ihnioinina
tioiis striving who should got tho
most out of tho treasury.
Del. Carter, while this matter was
under reference, had investigated
the question of schools that would
be ill'ectcd by Ibis Arlicio. There
were just live. When tho Kaiuoha
uieha girls' school would be started,
il would bo doing woik such as tho
Kawainhao Seminary had been do
ing. Tho speaker took up tho dif
feicnt schools in order, arguing
that the measure would put the
private schools involved upon a
Miu. Damon hold that this Arti
etc would be the brightest star in
tlm-Constitution. Tho-o good pri
vale schools mentioned would not
In- closed, their promoters could not
ailord to allow Iheui to close. If
iln-y did. even I'roit slant church
iu these islands might close their
Miu. Smith replied that this
measure would bo one of the darkest
spots iu tlm Constitution. It would
be a dark day for Hawaii when these
schools were wiped out, and they
would be so if this Article passed.
Tlm amendment was lost aud the
Arlicio passed as reported.
Seel ion I of Article ll, recoil)
mniuleil by the Legislative Commit
tuv, vvui road as follow..
loyalty" amendment If nassetl would
1 exclude other offenses as grounds of
, dismissal. '
I Pros. Dolo considered the objoc-
tlou well taken, it being a rule of
legal construction that tho specifica
tion of certain things excluded cog
nate things not specified.
Del. Carter's amendment was lost
oil the following vote;
Ayes- Abies, Allen, Carter, Lvman,
Kobertson, G. N. Wilcox, Wilifur 7.
, Noes Brown, Damon, Dole, Em
ineluth, Eua, Hatch. Horner, losepn,
Kahaulelio, Kalua, Kauhniie, King,
; McCnndless, Meiidouca, Morgan,
Nolt. Poguc. Hico, D. II. Smith, V.
(). Smith, Tounoy, Vivas Wator
honse, A. S. Wilcox, Young 25.
Conn. Waterhousu's amendment
was conceded have been carried.
Mr. Loo Cooper will give his f
recital this 'lucsday evening,
. .M. (.'. A Hall. The program
to bo presented by Mr. Cooper, is
ono of unusual merit. Mr. Cooper
has tlio reputation of being one of
tho best public renders on the Coast.
Willie Hobrou. sou of Itohcrt
Hohrou, wai badly injured vestor
day afternoon at Palaina, Ho was
thrown from a horse that ho was
riding bareback, ami for a time it
was thought ho was dead. Tho lit
tle follow struck tho ground on tho
bnck of his head.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Niiuatiu street. Lodging by
day, week or mouth. Terms: 25 and
fs) cents per night; $1 and 11.25 per
- - va
Saturday Afternoon, June 23d,
Summer Dress Goods
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose !
ALSO run -
French Kid Slioe a.t $2.25
SL.T 3l30 0'C3.0C3C
A hTI.I. HUITI.Y
I hiivo liot'ii iiiHtructi'd by Mu, .1. M. nic Sa k Silva,
piopm'tor of thu Hawaiian iJapanksk Bavk, Hotel street.
6c to ki-II hit atouk of JAPANUSId (lOOliS. Also, u big Uh
- HortuuMit of JAPANHSIS PAI'Kli NAIMvlNS will he sold
ClTV CaHIMAUIC Co., lks than cost.
iirn r KIhk mid Ili'tlml fll.
BOTH TELEPHONES 113 -
Flno Carrlagos &c Civil Drivers
To be lidil nt ull hour.'.
.1. 8. ANmiADE,
Cnrnitr KIiik .V Nuimiiii 8tn
Ki', Wui.Tt.ii, : : : : .Milliliter.
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im rKi.Ki'iioNKH r.'i -i
Firt Sftmi-Annual Exhibition
At King's Art Galleries, Hotel Street,
Uii Imiii June Ulli to Jul) lull.
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raileK8iMiliUire, WimhI ('iirvliijr iiml I'ur
celaln 1'iilntliii;. AiIiiiIkmIhii Mi (Vntn.
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X tlutl I ill nut lie resiKiimllile for nn
ilulili, colli ruiiteii iu
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I3f FOR ONE DAY ONLY
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NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
'Aunt Abbey's' Cooked Rolled Oats,
'Red Label' Sugar Corn,
i Red Label ' Oysters,
'Our Taste' Canned Salmon,
1 Crystal ' Rice, ( NVw ) .
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