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CONSTITUTION A.I. CONVENTION
I'lullinl tn 'l-illlrt Wl HUT Wt',
u KtnlUhfd fur Iht tirnetii nl -li.
MON'DA Y, JUNK 25, Iwu
Si'liool elnlrtreu are now busy pro
paring for their final l)ow to their
"paieuts, friend and teaeliors" on
the elov of tho school year. This
year they vill have eight weekV
vacation. The new Hoard has their
sympathy the piutMit liavi our.
There are u few fire traps loft in
the midt of the firuproof limits. If
their owners have not the mean nor
the enterpri.o to pull down the
rookeries and replace them with fire
proof block, it would lie to the in
terest of the insurance companies
lliMiuselru to advance loan on I he
dtvurity of the property for that
purposH Fireproof litiditius co
called are never proof Huainst the
action of a raging furnace In oloo
spaces adjoining them
LAl'KST KOIIKION NEWa
l.ouilliit ltm Brought by th S 8
A raw 11 from Vancouver (
Sir Matt her Utillie U-ghie. Chief
Justice of Ilritish Coliimlna died 011
June M, at the age of To years.
The "black de-Uh." Mintlur to the
great plague of Loudon in ItMlTi is
r-iifing in Southern Chiua ami has
piend to Hongkoug.
Krnstus Wim.'iu has been ciunietod
of forgery b.t New oik jurj
! board. All knew the clause iu tho
1 draft was auneU at ttio Japanese.
,,, ,, . , , , , I His amenduieut would cover tho
(Conthmnl from hi WO , hole ground. The Japanoso would
--m rz. couiolv with any other conditions
Candles. Moudonoa, Hico, V. O.
Smith, Tenuev, Waterhouse. A. S.
Wilotn.U X Vilco, Wilder, Young
Xoes Ab'es Alleti,Damon,Kinfne
lutli. Kna, Kernaudes, Morgan, Xott.
Itolieitson, P. H. Smith, Viva 11
Article S- "J'rivilege of Accused"
Article S) "Slavery" passed.
Article lO-'Seciuity from Search
anil Arrest'' passed.
Article II "Taxing and Appro
printing I'over" -passed.
Article 12 -'Imminent Domain" -
Colin. Hrown moved an amend
iiiont to make it clearer.
Min. Smith agreed with the prin
ciple but proposed other words,
Mm. Hatch proposed another
amendment in the same connection,
L'ouu. Kniinelutli motcd an
ainemlment to eliminate "domestic
or sanitary" from the purposes foi
which a neighbor's laud could be
taken. Tney were going too far in
giving one person liberties with an
other's proper! 3.
Mm SiuitU contention there wore
1illll a'tuiiia winviii' .1. " J
cases wheie it was highly important l0tf H'
that ininlit be made.
I'res. Dole thought this proposi
tion uiighl go to the Legislative
Del. Vivas moved it lie referred to
a special committee
Min. Smith moved that further
consideration of the Article bn do
furred till to-morrow. Carried.
Article 10 "Denizens." One of
its provision exempts tho applicant
fr.mi tlin reouireineilt of belouuiuc
to a country having a naturalization
treat v witirilawnii, also from that
f abjuring allegiance to his native
Del. Abies thought the Article
could not b intelligently considered
until the preceding one was settled.
Ho therefore moved to defer it.
Article 20- "Di vision of Powers of
Art iclo21 "Incentive Council."
Mm. Smith moved to strike out
Sec. 4, as Its provision had been, on
first reading, incorporated in Art. (12,
on "Mnjoritv Hole." Carried.
Coun. D. B. Smith moved to sub
stitute "Secretary" for "Minister"
wherever tho word occurs.
Min. Smith Oh. lhal was settled
that laud should be used for saui
larv purposes that were not strictlv
public. An owner might refuse to
.illow a water pipe to be laid across
his premises to supply a neighbor.
'I tie amendment tost.
I'res Dole called attention to a
curious construction of language,
but after discussion the Article pass
cd as amended.
Article lii -".Military Subject to
Article II -"Form and Name of
Gov eminent" --passed.
Articles lii "Territory, and It)
jj.iiican .Mciiuyre.oueoi "e me . , ..Ell,ul,..iaH
nui unlit 1 u- v-miu'iitii, & i .... ..
Article 17 --"Citizens" -was rend.
Del. Carter moved a substitute to
Sec. I. unking citizens of all person
,, . . .. . .x, . . i- lioni or naturalized in the Kupuoiic
(he Dominiou .Senate, 22 to l.. , ,,...! 1. ,... ,:ml,r in tho
wn. I- dead At hl death he w.n ft
director of the Grand Trunk K:ol
throw out a Sabbath Observance bill
that prohibited the sale of Sunday
France and Italy have ngreed to
Spain's request that the powers net
111 concert in Morocco to prevent
limI war. Great Britain and Ger
many ngieed with reservation.
Nellie Grant aitoris. daughter of
(4ener.1l Grant, is to innrr.) General
Douglas of Man laud.
A report Hint Germany would re
inbaio ag'iint the L'uned States, on
account of the diuVrential dutj 011
Migar from countries paing a Ikmiii
13. is denied in Germany.
Panama has hadatreinondousfire.
destroying $l,."(K,tXX) worth.
Lord Chief Justice Coleridge of
England is dead at the age ol 7;t.
Thero were disorderly scene in
the House of Bepresetitalives at
Washington over the Indian appro
A New York paper, on the in-is
f evidence at an intestigation, e.ti
inateb that the police of that cilv
collect over SKMl.tNi0 in ol.u-kuiail
E I'rexideut Keta of S.tb.idor i
I'resident Cleveland ha gone to
he Capes of ttie Chesapeake lor his
E Minister Win. Waller l'lielp
idvmyat Kuglowood, N J.
A movement h on foot among
naval men at Vallejo to erect n
iiiouiiment nt Apia to the vie im- ol
the great hiirrieaue.
Striking miners are blowing up
budges in Ohio.
The Fraser river (B C.) flood nie
suiciding. There in ull no lliroiik'li
iratile 011 the C. I U
The Goverumeut of Japan ha
t-eut a large force of 1 mop-lo pro
lect tit niterefts 111 Coiea The Utug
of Coren is repotted to have ihd to
provt-iou in the United Stales (Jou
stitution on the subject of citizen
ship. Min. Hatch moved an amendment
to the amendment, to substitute
"Kepublie of Hawnit" with "the Ha
witii.vu Ulutul." A it stood il e
eluded all previous naturalized
Del. t. Miter accepieo nie uge
(ion (oid made his amendment cor
respond with the idea.
I'res. Dole, while thinking the
idea sound, did not like the form,
mid moved 10 refer it to the Legis
lative Committee. Carried.
Del. Carter moved to make the
remaining itectioii a separate Article,
to be inserted between those 011
"N iiurahzaiiou" and 'Denizens."
Del. Abies moved to tiiko out
Sec I, giving the Minister of Interior
power to IgilOlo the teporl of the
Coun Kmiuchith moved to refer
the Article to the Legislative Com
Mm Smiili opposed the motion
of Del VI.U Circuit Com I .Jiidtfcn
might go wrong in their decisions
Coun. Euiiue'iiih supported the
motion. The clause implied want
of confidence iu the supporters of
the Government. If there was any
Circuit Court Judge not iu nevoid
Willi 1 his Goveruuuuii, he should bo
Conn. McCamllcss. hoped the mo
tion would not pass. They had a
Ministry they could trust. The
amendment would take the heart
out of the Ailiclu.
At 12 o'clock rectus wa taken till
41 ICIIMION 3UMO.V
('llllllltlec of the whole resumed
in-i. -Miles, aner tiirtiier iiicii-
Del. Carter argued that the pro
posed change would be cotisonaut
with the prospect of annexation, in
the United States the term Minister
wus uol applied to any executive
The motion lost ami the Article
pascd as amended.
Article 22 - "Qualifications of
President" pasnd ovor an amend
ment by Del. Vivas to confiue the
olllce exclusively to persons born in
the Hawaiiau Islands.
Article 23 -"Pint President" tie
clnriug Sanford Ballard Dole as such
until Dec. JH, UUtO, p-s.ed.
Articlo2l "Election of President"
Article 2. -"Power of Appoint
Article 2t) -"Power of Removal."
Del. Abies moved to strikeout the
words, "except the Auditor-Geuer-al."
He did not believe iu keeping
this olllcer in for life.
Coun. Brown -You will have to
change tho law.
Coun. McCatidloss said il would
be an easy mutter to chungo the law.
Min. Smith said tint idea was to
keep Hie Auditor General out of
politic. He wa a valuable ofUcer.
Colin. Brown--He is prohibited
by the law from engaging in any
private biislne's whatsoever.
The motion lost.
Miu. Hatch moved to add, "When,
over requested bv the President and
three ol the Cabinet, a Minister shall
Pies. Dole supported the amend
ment as a very necessary provision
Miu. Hatch changed the form of
his amendment to lead. "The Presi
dent, with the approval of three!
meiiibeis of the Cabinet, may re-1
move nuv tuciuhei of the Cabinet." ;
Del. Itoherltfou thought a freeze
out might Im a very nico thing, but
the .Ministers had u representative
character. They represented tho
The amendment carried ami the '
Article so passed. J
Article 27 "Pardon."
Coun. Brown moved to striko il
out, as it was embodied in auo her
Article 28 -"Convening the Legis
lature" was amended to "27" aud
THE OHAMPIONS' BENEFIT.
A Fine Entertfttnmont But a Poor
Tho mintrel troupe of H. B. M.S.
Champlou gave a very enjoyable en
tertainment nt tho Opera House
Saturday evening. Owiug to lack
of advertisement there wa not a
large audience present. Notwith
standing this deficiencv tho compa
uy went through the program in a
uinsterlv manner. The vocal rendi
tions wore pleasing. The tableau,
"Britannia." was pretty W. Dun
calf ami D. Uussel as Irish comedi
ans brought down the house, and
nothing snort of an encore would
appene the audience. A clog dance
by Duucalf was well executod. C.
Barnc and W.Britten iu the charac
ters of a swell and outcat wero
good. Tho entertainment wound up
with I ho sketch, "The Crazy WifiO'
Tho entertainment was respectable
throughout. A good laugh was en
joyed by those who wero fortunate
enough to bo present.
Hood's and Only Hood's.
Hood's Sarsapnrilla is carefully
...! - J III.. M....I..
lirciitreii irom o.usii.o ion, whiiud-
lion. Mandrake, Dock, l'ipsissewa.
Juniper berries and other well
known remedies, bv a peculiar com
bination, proportion nntl process,
giving to Hood's Sar.'npnrilln cura
tive powers not poesed by other
medicine. Il effects remarkable
cures when other preparations fail.
Hood's Pills cure biliousness.
t KU1.1. 81'iti.y
An.) ili'iii im. iv on tin. wuy
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
TK. KI'IIHVKH ivt
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JM'.'uico t 1 1 1 1 r v
t t -! '1IIHS MIIV-I ItllllKi lll-V II-
Ailespaieinotiiei...,,. on .Mao j.n.hdreiUiis pending uioliou
d from Miaughai savs; I he rebel, . ( M n(t o ., uf Af .
have caoiiirid Seoul, the capital of
Corea. Japanese troop have laud
ed to protect life and ptoperiv.
Col. Breckinridge has empl.ati
idily domed the teport tha' ln
frieiaU had tuiluccl him to with
draw from the race for congress
The report of the naval cou-truc
lor on the injuries received by tie
Columbia on her trial trip shows
th.tt twelve plates were damaged
.'oid thai ' 10,000 and one miuth's
itijiu will be rt-ipnrud to repair the
The incident growing out of the
piilbng down of the United Male
il ig Irom the United States consul
ate at St. Thomas on the ipe-en's
birthday has been satisfactonl3
coed by an explanation to ihede
parimeu't of state that the perpe'ra
tors of tlio outrage were drunk and
irresponsible ami would be pioperJv
Mm. ILilch moved to strike out,
I in ec. .'I, the provision th.ii the de
1 MTiiiti.'ii of the applicant for citizen-
'top, oil ttie Mroiiglh ol slippoit to
Uie I' G , be embodied iu his cortili-
cue. I hriled.
Tie- leiiPioider of the Article
Article Is "Naturalization" wa
Miu. Il.iich moitd to amend by
iui r'inn' 1 wo new cl.ni-iis in Sec. 2,
i'i follow I he clause, "Ho shall be a
citizen or -.object ol a country hav
ing expte-s treatv stipulations with
the l(e public of Hawaii concerning
uatui.iliz'iiioii." The propo.-ed now
clauses are is follows;
"He -hall be a citizen or subject
ol a country which recognizes
Quobtlou of tho Day
Km 1 oh Bi'li.ktin: -
I would like some one to answer
tins question: Here iu thin little city
of Honolulu are people of all na
tions and creeds, 1 to in snow while
iii'UiuciiluieM toehold darku Erebus
shades, ami here at the present mo
ment are people who are P. G.'s, an
nexationists, iCoyalisis and Keiiuiili-
caus, ami what not, aud the ooesi
isuow, "What are wet" "Who
right of expattialioti of its citizens
or subjects, ami which relinquishes
all nuihoritv over ami allegiance
1 Irom such citizens or subjects upoii
I their liecoming naturalized in an
i other country "
I "He shall be a citizen or subject
of a country which alTords to its
I nnturalized I'itizetis or subjects the
! same privileges herein granted to
Evidence wa taken in tie. Di.tnct 1 naturalized citizens in Hawaii, in
Court Saturday in the ca-e of I eluding the sulirage
UUAUUU Of SMUOOl.lNM
Oau of the JtiimnwBti Merctoiut Vtmee
Ooods Wre St-izort
wot" and, "W here are vvef Are wo
iu heaven under the "best govern
ment we ever hnd," or are wo iu
purgatory or the lower regiousT
Present imrd experiences echo the
latter. What is going 10 become of
list Is tho soaring eagle with her
claws going lo snatch and plant tis
on a foreign soil, or are the oli
garchies going to swallow us whole,
with uol evo 1 u tomb-tone to mark
our di-appearance! Who can tell?
These beautiful isles of the ia, with
ali their haimy weather ami salu
brious climate, have beeii called the
Paradise of the Pacific, but who
would call il so any mom, who,
tho 1 glancing beneath lis surface, beholds
tun seething political volcano, surg
ing to aud fro. The sun rises anil
sols on these glorious isles, aud
everything is beautiful, Tho P. G.'s
plot and scheme aud flourish, aud
KoalitK are suspended between
earth ami heaven, hopes aud fears
keeping on a seesaw scale, patient
ly waiting for the "glaring sword lo
tenl all things which as vet comet li
not." Hawaii Ponoi.
1WI11 on WKHNKSDAY, JUMC JUh.
Slinpi osn aii) runnliw nt I t.vl p tn.
1 i. 111, In lliilinii llrtll, 11 of. lieu Drill
smt Hand Coucuri 4 11 p. 111 on t?in.n.
Thursday Evening, June 28
i these provisio
believed, ,iii ilfll
Osaki, the Japanese ineiehaut, who
is charge vvuii smuggling good, I13
making a false entry at the Ciislom
House, The goods were landed
from the S S Gaeli from Yko
liama uii May II Defendant, who
did not understand Kuglish, called
at the Custom House to make the
i.mrr nn the follow'iUL' (lav in com
pnny with another man. A perru.l ! in-c that might lit the future have
fordischargewasgivenandtliegoo.l tieatie with this country regarding
1 nlieii 1111 lown. A few das later t lie milllllihz o loll. Besides this the
Collector of Customs discovered piecedmg Article made citizens of
that an oiiiry for DH0 packages of any Chinese born in this country, so
cootls 11 an Dceu inaou wuiie me
ills milled, the
mover lieiteved, ,iu iiatigor in Article
IS would be removed.
The petition of Chiueitc residents
wa taken from the table aud read.
Pros Dole thought thai the mean
ing of clause U had li'-en misiinder
stood hv tlio potiliouers. It meant
Lodgu lb Pi'ogroa do l'Ocuaniu, No. 134,
sio,.,j .11,. ,i. luioiiiiin. 11 intern irpiu;uB Wlt.l. HC A MIUiTlM. uY
in In opinion the inclusion of coun- L uWi lo I'mgtc du I'Occanle. No. Ui
original called for 101(5. A transla
turn of the oriuiuul tuvoice, whndi
was iu Japanese, wa made when o
was found there was n general ro-e
in the valuation given I he trans
Inm.n wi-Ii.'iimIi it over to the At
turtle) Ueiier.il ail I the goo. I- Wore
inturned lo the Custom House.
The defeudaul oflfered no defense
and tho case was argued and sub
uilttud. Judgment was reserved
until J mm 2(1 0. W. Ashford for
dofeudautj Deputy Attorney Gen
eral Wilder for the prosecution
Thr lhUy Hull' lift, t'O aiti p-r tmnith
that the Chinese were unit
eqird rights in two points
Mm. Mm h moved the adoption
of Mm II itch's amendment
IM Sons thought the question
of suliii iei,i imp uiaiico 10 go in ,1
pi i'i.ii I. lilt . e .Hid lihide a ln
li.ni in ,'oidoii
Mm. Smith considered that the
amendment would meet the dilferont
object ions theretofore raised.
The motion io refer was lost
).-. Vivas moved a substitute to
clause fi, uamelv, "He shall be a resi
dent of the llawniis.n I&laiuU of
American or Kuropeau birth or
diMcoul." It wan vvbll to by abovo
at It- linll mi Klin: 4rtel. hi'twceu ltultjtl
unil Kort, Til la Olnniluy) EVKMNU,
Joan j.'i, t 7:.'in o'uliM'k, Inr
ItlOI'lAR Mll.MIII.V IICSINK.1,9.
.Muniliurs ol llioviiliiin I.el- nii'l all
tuJuuriihiK Ilrvtliruniiru Iriiturunlly Invited
tu Im iril'lll
It v onlfr ol dm W. . M
NOT I UK
fc O CLOCK
IV I'jMlCCel.liill; lllld
JU8I K F.IVKII Pl.lt 3 H AttAWA.
Metropolitan Meat Market.
INAUGURAL -:- BALL
New Hall of Scottish Thistle
Ciiincr Kurt anil lintel iuciiH,
Monday Evening, July 2d.
I 0W I'or tain ut MihImivV Jewiilry Hlore
and llif .Nc unmil. Ma Hntvoa
, IMVIDKMi Wll.l. UK DDK. .NI
1 H.vnlilit tn the Hluiri'liolilcri. 01 tliH
II vu n .s m'mR I!(imhm at Hie nttliti el
Win 0. Iruin A. Cii I.L, on and iifiir
MOM1.VN June .'Ath
W.M. O lltVV I.N
r s-j h SVIivVIKIt ' KIN AH'
X arrive iu Honolulu Friday
June 2iilh. and will tall akIii MmNHAY,
JI'LV 'nil. nt '-' i) 111. fur llllo ami Wuv
Purls, urrlvlliK In lll'i) (iu the iiiormiiK ol
If your tubiorlptlon hui expired now
it a gnoif lime Iu rnu il.
loit a I'KltM til' N. I
I 1-s ih in live tb.irr iln-llH-ldi'lK!-
lie t. reitii'lj net ( iiK-il "V
Hit iindersiioK-d. Vur ioiivi niciu. vvcrv
ItiliiK in apple ien oriliir, in town ami yet
K. H I'PNHA
DIMtlNO MY 'IKMI'OHAItY AH-it-lieu
Irom llicse Uluuds. Mr. 11. M.
Wiiltnev, Jr., will act lor urn under lul
iMwvr ol ttorm-y,
1 Ibli W. M.OlKKAttl).
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Saturday, June 16, lW
To say that the financial de
pression in Hawaii is tine to
the prevalance of the cottony
cushion scale or to the exist
ence of the Japanese rose bugs,
is so wide of the mark that it
should bring a hectic Hush of
shame to the cheek of the man
who started the rumor. We
admit that the blight has not
added pleasure to the life of
the man who dabbles in coffee
growing, nor has the insect
pest added to the joyousness
of the person who raises but
ton hole bouquets at so much
per button, but we wish to be
placed on record as denying,
refuting so to speak, any
charges which may reflect de
rogatively upon the rose bug,
black bee or the blight in their
relations to trade and com
merce. Financial depression
comes to every country and
every government once in so
often and usually when the
man at the wheel is figuring
on a bid to concentrate the
Republican, Democratic and
scattering votes upon one par
ticular object. Lareltil stu
dents in political affairs in the
United States have noted with
pleasure on one side and pain
on the other, that the national
financier across the Pacific has
rigged up a toboggan slide in
the form ol the tariff bill and
the voles are rapidly sliding
into the Republican hopper;
what few scattering votes there
are go to the party of the man
at the wheel. And that same
tariff bill has something to do
with the depression here, a
depression, by the way, which
began with the passage of the
McKinley bill. The people
here have been depressed
through doubt as to what in
clination the United States
Senators might have to legis
late for I lawaii.
There seems to be no evil
but what some good may lol
low; the Senate of 1894 pro
fited by the errors of the Sen
ate of 1892, and have shown
wisdom and exercised good
judgment by making sugar
Irom other countries thin Ha
waii dutiable and allowing our
planters the benefit of a 40
per cent. duty. When that
law goes into effect the de
pression should be a matter in
history only. But until then
what is to be done? A water
famine is staring some of the
planters in the lace and no
definite movement ib being .
made to combat it. 1 here is
plenty of water il people would
but dig for it; gold is not lound
at the front door of the miner,
he must go down into the earth
to reach it. There are some
placers, of course, just as there
ts free running water, but
where surface gold or water
is not found go down, and
when ou have found it there
is a way of getting it above
the surface and distributing it
over vour land. Mr. Paul
lsenberg believes that the
cheapest and best means of
forcing water to unlimited dis
tances is by the Aermotor.
Ten thousand gallons of water
an hour is what his mill pumps,
and he finds it sufficient to irri
gate ten acres of sorghum be
.sides giving his tenants suffi
cient water for the cultivation
of rice. We believe that if
wells were dug in llamakua
district the Aermotor would
be the means whereby the
sugar plantations there would
be brought back into the fold
of paying institutions. When
we say paying, we mean as
they paid in the reciprocity
days when a man who did not
get fifty to seventy-five per 1
cent, per annum from his sugar j
stocks was losing money. It
makes 110 difference to the '
plantation that has no penna
nt nt water supply, how miu h
(bit) Congress imposes on si
gar. 1 he labor contracts hold
good whether the crop is one
thousand or five thousand tons.
The land needs water just as
some laud must have fertilizer,
and the Aermotor is the best
means, and the cheapest fur
putting it where it is needed.
ORDWAY & PORTER
Robinson Block, Hotel St., bet. Fort & Nuuanu.
We have Just Keeeived from San FrunciHco pur Burkcutinu
"Planter" thu Lurgcat Assortment of Furni
ture ever imported into this coun
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In Solid Oak bikI ( the Very Lalt-st Designs, Alfo,
KitMiislou Tnlilut ill size with CI ui Irs and 8ldrhoirs to match
Wo hnvu a complete Mock ol iht se Rood.
tnvdiiK ,-nvi-rcd with I'nrlh-rs itrn the lntt-t thing out. We hnve them In
WICKER WARE I
VV- Imve twuutl'til 'ir-lun- ol th-r floods, 'ttsltltiK ol Sofii", Choirs, Rockera, Etc.
Ivtc, 1 on an net these i;oods In nit)' llululi you desire.
I'urlor l.lmlrs. Dining-room t'linlrn, Rocking nmlr.i, Olllce Clinlr, Upholstered Chal.'t,
High (Jhalra, Ktc, Kto.
Cribs and Cradles!
V IBEIDIDIlsrO- V
(jiritr (ix-ortuiKiit ot Woven Wire MiittrvsM's, Hprltitf, llnlf, Mou, Wool and 8trw Mat
tri'sies on liaml ami nmdV to order.
I.IVK WKKSK I'hAlllKltW AM)81I.K.'kU)SS KOK I'tl.LOWS,
WIN' DOW HIIADHS IN AM.U0I.0ltH ANDHIZKB,
OOltN'K'R I'Ol.tiS IN WOOD UU lilt HS Till MM1N08.
Mlimss, LouagGs mill Mtmi hnWm
KKI'AIUKD AT ItK.VSONAIlhK KATKB
Cabinet Making '"' Branches by Competent Workmen
latest Design A Tl.lt wilt
r. We ninki) ti hh-i,iI teHtnreo! INTKIUOIt DKUOKATINO
Is under th Mtroiiul sitMrvlloii ol Mk Okorok Omurv.
tn- All oitr Goods art tlrtt-chiss und from the rury
renrliM' tho most ikoplliml.
Our Prices are Positively Placed at Bedrock.
Iki,l 525 TEliKPriOyES Mutual 646
ORDWAY & P( )KTER.
IC?tsA sa.t V
a tea jw iti: v) !
k-r) w iy vTsaty pop I
Tin- following tcutimouiul
htib been received from a pro
minent plantation owner und
Homii.l'LD, H. I., May 29, 1KH.
1'a( irn. JIakkwaui Co. L'd, Honolulu.
You uk inv opinion el l.ucol at a Paint
o G i
1 liuvo uxnvrliuentiid with l.ucol 011 tor
oittijdeund Inaldo work.uUoon Iron work.
Old Stand Swept Away.
painting my viioiuitn pan, machinery aud
L'untrllu(!al8, with It ntid the result lui
, been most natlslaetory. It dries harder,
tuukes a bettor finish, kooj farther and U
more i-utiiluutory iu every way than lln-
I utt-il nil.
I Certain tulut work which wa alnayi
mlcky with 11 n need oil, dried hard whau
I l.ucol Oil was unfed.
i Voury truly, Aua. Dbukb.
j Direotion for Use.
Uee Lucoi. in every renpecl In the
i Hume imiiiiter tie you would liintetxl
1 nil, Willi llii-Biti;leezeuitli)u ihmyuu
I may iitld fully oiu'-imirtor tnnro l.n
I col In the Biimo ijiiuntity til tiimimnt
t lii (i you wotilil (if lineeeil.
I In tihim; metallic, Venetiitn red, the
i ooliiue, ami oilier dry piwmentH, it is
I mhieiiule to mu u lliu i,iiul at loiiot
1 inn- il'iy I 'it fim) it le in be lived, then
mill a tlilid limn- l.ecei. mid (ho mint
will liu foil ml to iinvti well unil liuvu
II flMl loo
NKVKK I1KE .lAl'ANS
1 Wlluio lmid elllluri-b HUuh Ub lliiiiru,
1 Mope, nie,, urn required Hue litlntrKC-
only, novir uoo Jii)i.ii)h
MHHil. M1XKS WITH VAK
anil ueeisie their wiirkinn and im
j niivii- their iii(iiiiifiinre uii'l utVY
I hllOl'I.II UK t'HKI) HAME IIAV TllliV AHK
.Ml.bii, nlliorwiee thu gum uf the var
inh miiy lit- preeiiit.ited ru tin mix
i tun eurdled.
I'lui .nliliilnu nl Iriiiu i - A ui l.i
i nl in i ntlilsliL's tiL'n nut letllief llluli
Iu lr i"'i r t inl 'heir li.rdi mug and
diyiut. mikI il luovunth their umuLlug.
1AM Kill, I. I'KI'.I'AKKD 10 HUl'lWt
liitond, Itei'onitriii'i, or huild tinylhiiii;
Ih-IiiiikIii); to thu ltilldlli; 'I rude
- All nrdere lull Willi John Nntt,
Klii) tii't-t, will ho promptly alliimlud to.
G. W. LINCOLN.
Ageols for the Hawaiian islands