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VOL. VII. NO. 1070.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JUNK 28, 1804.
PRICK ft GENTS.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN ! WM. G. IRWIN & CO. j Pacific Mail S.S.Co.1 Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
mlNTKD AND PDtlLUURD
IXOKPT nOWDAT BI TBI
Daily BQlIetln Pabllshing Co., LU,
t thc owes
J28 k 328 'Jerchant St., Honolulu, H. I.
OFHCH HO It HAl.K
Steamers ol the adore bins, running lu connection wltb the
; Occidental and Oriental S. S. Co. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
llll, I'BOM HK
.lUllSOKltflON-Btx Dollam a Ykab.
Delivered In Honolulu at Kirrr Uckt a
Mostii. In advance.
Ilftwpcn Vancouver, B. C,
and Svdnev, S S W.. iul calling at Victoria l C,
Hunoliilu and Suva Kijij,
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures. por Y0K0HAMA Md hoNQKONO.
i'UE WEEKLY BQLLETIN
vt rona Dollvb Ykab to Domeoic,
mt Ftvr Hollar to Foreign Hiibvrlberi.
payable In advance.
W are also prepared In take orders loe
MuMfii-M M.OhlandtAOo t
Int-'inliK prompt deliver)
Steamers of the above Companies rill
! cull at Honolulu on tlielr way to the ahov
pons on or aooui me toiiowitig uatesi
A.RE3 DUE A.T H03STOLXJLXJ
On or about the dates below stated, rli
Wr.iisi.snw, June U7tlt
i The Convention, on assembling at
1 1:1)0, resolved into committee of tho
I whole, Dnl. Horner in the chair.
Tho Articles relating to tho Judl-
clary wore taken up. Articles "S to
85 inclusive, were parsed without
Minister Smith called attention
to nu omission in Article 8(5 of a pro
hound to make no attempt to restore
Mid. Damon seconded the motion.
He did not see why the monarchy
should ba continually dragged in.
Home iiioinhers seemed to want tho
monarchy before their eyes all tho
Del. ll-ddwtn was origiuallv in
1 favor of the exclusion of the clau
in Uc.tion, but native members told
him unless it a oxplicitlv stated
the natives would tint understand
1 th purport of tho Article
The motion lost.
Conn. Drown moved to inrt an
vw i.i. uiuiacivi. ... fc.... -w ... .. ,..-- . V.UIII1- IJrOWII llll'WU M
vision passed at first reading, giving ' rtiele. as follow: "VI
tinny iHin inn DntMliTMP Mf'l'bli Is a aut-rior I'nintOll.cou.
DUU& AN1I JUU rtUnilNb i Mimlm; legs pliinicnt limn Linseed Oil. and
iMirm. is suvkmor styli.
It wives ii splendid (lnor
.July A, IMtl
Scptemlier .1, ll
.Octolier '.', lS'M
Ndvemlicr 1'2, lull
,.l)e cnilwr II, lb!U
Jiintiary 'Jl, IK!)5
l-'cbruury IU, ts'
April . I5
From Syduoy and 8iivr, for Victoria
ftnd Vancouvor, B 0.-
From Victoria and VaticouvBr, B C
for 8uv and Sydnny
. June 'a
tm- '. o. ltox .
I'tir Hilt liL'LLKttN Is printed and pub
lished by the Dally llullttin PublisfiltiK
Compsnx, Uinltcd, at Its olllcu, Mor
chant street, Houoluln. Hawaiian Isl
ands, Daniel tagan, editor, rctldes on
Alukea -"trci-t, Houoluln, aforesaid.
AddrvlK letters for the paper " Hdltof
Di'LLiTtt," and iiulnes letters " .Motmger
Dally Uulleiln Publishing Company.'
UtliiK a personal address may caidp delay
LEWER8 A OOOKK.
iiurnitrKsm and Oralihii id l,l'ft imi
LL KINU Or IIUILDIKI. MATtRIAM
fort Street. Honolulu
U. HAOKFELD dk 00 .
HrMiuL Oommixiok imnra
Fairbank Cannino Co.'b Corned Uuot
CompoQuds, Roofing & Papers,
RMrd'i Patent Sleam Pipe Cotsritm
j Jdrbot's' Dlarnonil, Enamol A Evor
KeH'lall tl.lj'tpi'U hiraVni'tiiiiii l'nn
Fur SAN FRANCISCO.
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
i koug and Yokohama to the above ort ot
1 or uliout the following dates:
Tbrongh Ticket Ixiued (rum Honolulu to Ctuada. Onlted Stales and Enropa
rREiiniT ani er.soss Aor.m
U. McNtCOI.I., Montreal, Canada.
UOIIKKT KK.ltK, Vlnnlieg, Catiada
M M. HTKUN. Ban KronnUco, Cal
O. Mol IIUIIWN. Vancouver, ft O
For Kreleht and 1'ns "t'.e nti.i ill
llrueml Intoriiiitnon, apply to
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO..
' Agmhfnr the HnvnUnn imli
.... July 10, Ism
Slmr "UKI.aiO" . . August 21, taw
Stinr "CITY 0-' PKKINO'7 .
Octolier U, 1MU
aimr "OCIIANIC" November 111, l
btmr "CHINA'1 Diceiubcr 31, IhUI
Stinr "0 A KI.IC" Kcbrunry 10, 1SI5
Stmr I'KKU" . . March 15), 1MI5
btnif "OAKLIC" .April ifij, lhiO
Wilder's Steamship Go. eightb annual meeting
the Houso of llcprcseutatives auth
ority to impeach public ollieers.
liu. Hatch moved an amendment
to cover tho cne, which earned
"Miscellaneous Provisions," begin
ning with Art. 87, came next.
C'oun. Urown moved an amend
ment to abrogate, all laws and parts
of laws inconsistent with litis Con
RATES OF PASSAGE ABE AS FOLLOWS:
Cabin, round trip 4
I Cabin, round trip I'i
I Kuro-ati Rt.wage
II A MA
1176 W '
HU W i
111) it '
w o. vViLnaa, I'irs. H. It. Ho rt
Oapi. J A Kimi Hortnupt
fit" Passcugers pa)ltiK full lair xlll tw
allowed 10 percent oil return fare II 'turn
lug lthln twelrr months
Ki.r I'reigln nnd I'Hwif sppl) u.
U. HAGKFELD & CO.,
Will nave Honolulu at'ir. m.. touutiiug t
IjjIisIiio, Mualara Day anil Maktiia the
same day; Moliukoin, Kawalhaeilltd l-au-ihoehou
the follolng da), arriving at
Hllo at uildiilgltt.
'"iirner Hort and U,ueii Strrai, Honululu,
JNO. S. 9MITHIE3.
VCfllnKilUR M, inKi Uveii . .ki.
Mabukona, Kohala, Hnnuii,
A.ri0R3tT-Ai-L.t .Kt Norai I'o.i.ir.
No. 13 Kaahumanu St., Honolulu.
! Harttord Firu Insurance Co.,
I Assots, S7.I09.825.40.
Luoiluu & Lancashire Firo Ins. Co.,
Austraiiao Mail Service.
For Sau Francisco .
, mid Fine Al bteel hUuin.iiu
" MONOWAI "
Itcturuliig leaven Hllo, liiuchlug al l.an.
, pahovhoesaiuedav, Kuuuihur . u., Ma
' liukoua 10 a. w.; Maktus I v. ., Maalaea
I llayiir. m.; Ulmlna a I m. the folloliig
day, arriving at Honolulu n Wln..
. IMc. IS
Haui Racing Association
July 4. 1894.
' Hicri to Comroence it 10 i. 01. Sbarp.
i 1st Haco-"Sl,Hi:CKKLSVIIJ.K"
Ituniilng Itnie. J4 Mile D.b Frr.
word 'herein' is iied in this Consti
tution it shall In) deemed to mean
and include anything contained in
t hi" Constitution, or any article or
clatiso tliMieof, unless the context
otherwise clearly intends another
l'res. Dole moved to strike out
Did. Cnrti.r moved lo substitute
Mm. btnith coiisulereil tliugrouuil i "indicates" for "iulends."
covered in tho next Article, and if Coun. Urown accepted bot h amend
not, that Article was tho place for ' montis
the amendment. l're. Dole moved to add, "The
The amendment was lost. tjt,. and suli-heading shall not bo
Mill. Hatch (on Article W turned I l,.med jiart of this Constitution."
to strike out the words, "and other ' Carried, and the Article. pa-d as
monetary obligalions," in cotiuec- , atncmleit
lion with "all existing treaties audi Article lix) "Ainendm'iit or Ue
and all bonds and notes," which are vision of the Constitiitiini" n.-issed
I recognied and coufiruuHl. The with slight changes
t words he desired eliminated might ' Ti ended second reailiniexceot-
cause vexatious suits ui account of jnj, f parts referred to committees,
the Into monarchy Distinguished nt t. fdiiunittee ri. and report
lawyers in town had said they would ,,,( progress
like nothing better than to see Mich . Ti rcoort was ndnuled.
a uroMsion in the Consiiiution
Min. Damon, while not claimint:
the legal knowledge of his colleague.
mentioned tlie l'ostal havings Minih
deposits as among the moudary
obligations to be protected.
Min. Smith said thai Art. 88 cox
ered the havings Ihuk deposits.
Mm. D.iinon thought the bank de
posits should be nioiitioiiml specific
Del. Carter sniil deposits not se
cured by bonds or notes wmi sun-ly
covered by Arl SS, as the puss books
wcr "contract b."
Del, Vivas moved an amendment
to make tlieol)lignhon tliov ''autli
ori.ed hv law."
Mill llfll.lll IIWtll.ll All ltll.lllll lllllllf
I'l'KSK, j,, incluiie I he I'ust.'d Savings IJ.uik
I Pies. Dole, on Arl. '.r2--"Mauirity
! Itule" -said the l-Aecttlivo and Ad
visory Council, wliich was to hav
I'LUhh. legihlalive powers until Hie iirt
l.egislalurii, was mt provided for.
... . ., ,i Mm. Damon wanted to know ex
Mi:,kAii! if;-'!!1! v:,i!uv;;:"ft "" ! ,' ''" ! ia"r-
. "but in respect of tho hxi-cutivo
lib Haee--"KUI.A" riJUSK. KiO Council siiciunaioritv shall be ro
' ....:...! ... ;..i...l.. I... ir..;.l....i
tr.ltunnliiK ItiU'ii ,S Mile lli'li. lor
ruiuus M iiaiiii" or under to cim
lor alt Itjwiillun llrtst HorM-i.
2l ItacM -"WAIKAI'U
It'inillliK ltae. i Mile liich hr.i
M Hace - "WW I II KB'
' i Lue report was nonpted.
I Del. Ilaldwin moved a suspension
i of I lie rub's to reconsider Article 7
He considered on reduction that tho
' provision allowing legislation of a
law giving an appoal to tho Govern
nient in criminal cases conveyed too
I much latitude. If it w.-ru an appeal
only to the Supreme Court, with
power to order a new trial, he would
uoi to uiucii oojei'i.
Min. Smith considered that there
had been enough deliberation over
the question, and by large majori
ties it had been decided in favor of
the provision as it now stood. He
bit strongly on many subjects,
wherein he did not have his way,
but he could not think of trviug to
have all of them reconsidered.
Del. Vivas said the varying votea
showed a wavering of the miiida of
; i ui'-iiiiMiin.
1 The rules were suspended on a
TliitraiiSi-itiii Jflorsuy Marino lus, Co.. , .'" V ?,nl' "l,,"1',i "iu m
,. ,. i, """" UQ-UU, b diiiial Honolulu from bdiiu mid Aink-
Liiiilltil) laii.l on or iiIhhM
. ft n w ri ii
.oxui JeMVlrt a
tionllou prild Ui all kinds ol rnpalrs
Mclnwrii) block. Fort Street.
J J WILLIAMS.
Tub Onlj CallprtluD of lilind Vlnwi
Now York Liio Ins. Co.,
nun a in lenre ror ins aiiovv porl srltli
VImIIshihI I'aosengeriioiioraboul llistdiU
For Sydney and Auckland:
the New and Flue Al bleel Meui.i.h'i
" MARIPOSA "
. ,. . . ! Ol tlir D.-euiiiii Kluailislllp Cuiiilmlit s III
UOnCralAgont lor Hawaiian Islands. I l,r '''O ul Honolulu, from ban rrkim,.
C. 0. BERGER
AllltlVKb A I IM.SOI. Cl.lt
I mi or mInhiI
lAtn fl Tillirirt 0, ff I "' '" have prompt dmi al i,
TV III If I I W I II il llll "su.anrl l'imengers for tlie alHive porU
.- .... v,. si til V. WVI
HONOLULU IKON WOHUB,
ItSAH KmII.NKI, SCUAB MlLlJl, ItOlLKftH,
CiOLkim. Iron, Uham anh I.kai.
Macblnvrr of Kvery Uestrii.tiuu itmle to
Order. I'artlenlar attnllnn paid to Ships'
Blttclrtmlthiue Job Work nxecuied at
E. A. JACOBSON.
WaTOHMAKEU AND JKW'KI.KIt j
5uS Kort Street, Honolulu. H I. !
I' O. o J87. .Mutual Tele. 4I.
DR. C. W. MOORE. I
IIOU Van Ness Ave., d. F., Cal. J
Kltjoant Apartments for Patients.
CLCCTBIVITY IN NIKVOL'S IllLKAiiKK
U in. II I mill
I'lllllK SpCei kels
W. M Olllard,
duo. C i'orler
I'renideiil Hinl Mutineer
Hecrrtiir) and I'reiuurer
Hie iiiidermguisl ure now prepared to Issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES
19" For further particular (enrdliiK
rrtiKhtur I'csnine uppl) u
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
i -i" General Agents.
r.th IUci "WAILfKL"
UunriliiK Kui'e. ', Mile mid lle-ai.
I'nti forull HumiiIiiiii bred Hnriu
15th Uace-"QUBBN LILIl.'OKA
LANI" CL'I. I'UUSK,
H, MID I la. I. Frie
IW No 1-relKhl nlll oe reteiveil .Iter
1'.' noon on day of salllnu
uiicnik o rriL
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OP SAN IMIANI'IMO CAI.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Will leave Honolulu eer TnetUnv
e. m loiielilne at Kaliulul ilnelo Hatia,
Hamoa ami Klpahiilii
7th Hace-'COKINTIIIAN" U.U'K.
SILVBU CU1', 17.1
ItutinliiK Itnee. I Mile Dii.ili. Freii for
all HaMiiiliin llntd lloi-e to tie ridden
til Member of the Ahiih'IuiIoii.
Hth Uaco-"TUOTT1NG and PAC
ING ItACB I'UliSK,
I Mile llcati. Ihi .' in J lo liiiriH'is.
Frio to all liore not liavinc a re
cord of 'J: ID or Iwller.
(ttli llaco "KAHULU!" I'UUSB.
lUituruiliK Mill arriT dt Honoiiiln
i P. M
Nu FrelKht vlll ih- leieivi .iter
on ui) of iHilliiK
' Dr. Moore ollera invalids all the
eomfort of home, with conxtant and rare
fnl treatuieuL liefer to H. K. lacfarlnne.
- direct iMeoarra or -SM4UHII
Vi, IV KHiimii.iin trewl.
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid. '
Ksilnmtes Klven on all kltult- ol
6IONK (O.VCItKTKA I'I AHTI'.H oK
TV, mil nerr . Hi'Ki ialt -Ttjkl
JOHN F BOWLER
C, B. RIPLEY & ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
Ornci: New Hafe i)tH.slt IIuiIiIiiik
Fort street, Honolulu II. I
Plans, Hpeclliestlouii and Superintend
end given for Kvery Description of Jluild
Idk. Old ltulldinK suceusnfully Ituuiod
elfrd and KnUrd livtiynv for Interior
Decorations. Mup or MucbHiitcul Druw
lug, Tearing and lllue 1'rlntliiK, llniwini;
for Book or Newapaisir Illmtratlou.
C. BREWER & GO.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
(rum ri. r
I nun bun KruurlM-i
lor b. F.
rrmii Sydney foi
I'. I" JllllfX
(i. H. Itoliertw.n
IC F. UUIiop
W K Allen
C, M Cookr
' I, Hfier
Kecretar) A Tieasiirer
MAltll'OSA. July i
MONOWAI, Auk -' I
AI.AMKDA Aiiu 'v
AI.AMI'.UA, Jul) '.M 1
Connltinee. uiusl be at tun lauilliiui. to
receive their Frelebt.au kt will not 1ml. I
ourselve. reajionsilile alter .neh KreUlit
has been landed '
While the Company will line itur dill- ,
Knte In band linn Live Stock, we decline
to assume any n-ioiiill.lllt) in can of the
lota of same
Tlir (Vuiiiati ulli noi U- resixnimhie (or
Money or Jeuefrj iiuleni. plaeed In iliecHre
W. W. AHANA,
I Merchant Tailor,
! FINE SUITINCJS
Itunnlnu Iture. i Mile Daub
(or all HiiM.iiinii 1 1 red Hnrsei
I 1. All Kutriii). to elm-on THUIm
DAY, June Jlst, at rjoYlmk noon, at the
ollire of llie Hawaiian Commercliil und
I buar Co. Store, Kiiliului Kulr I'tcstu
lie 10 pen cut of the I'ur.u. uulen. otber-
sli-e rt clllml.
V. All It.Ke. to be run or trotted
under the Ituies ol tin Mm ). imi
V All Horho not itlidruwi ')
TiiPi'duy, Julv .Id, at !. o'i locli neon, me
uxH'ccd to tart
All Horeii are exncitud to nu
near on the I rack at the Up of tin beil
from the Jiiiip r-iiiiid
will l lined
(rand btund t ra
Ouarier btretcli llaile
Wit ellth and !
M. T. LYONS,
Seitreuir) Maul IIiU'Iiik soeiuiion
ALOHA BATH HOUSE
M..vuisr lo rows-
Good Acconnnodation 1 or Bathers
Mutual Tulnphoiie oHn
Public, Oolloctor aud
MRS. J. II. REIST,
.',!' .in'iii lor nevenil ul tlie lle.t I IKK
IShl HAM I. OMI'AMKB
Palenteu ct Loae's Chemical Cotupouud lor
(Jlanlylng Cauu Juice.
Millual lekplioneh 1'. () ta ,'.
Murt bant Street, Honolulu
oeuerai j Eoglksl), Scolcb and Aoiertcdo Goods.
nt)le mi I Fit llnnr.inii ed
Clo.uihii.' vV Ui)iiirinr
F. 0. Box 144.
Mutual Teln. CG8.
Saturday Afternoon, June 30t!i
mured to uiciiuie tne rrcsiueui.
I'res. I)ne uuderstoiid it to mean
that a majority of the Bxccutive
Council must include the ('resident.
Min. Ihimou stud then if font
Cabinet .Ministers were opposed to
tlie views of the President on auv
line of polio, the President mav
talte his own course regardless of the
wiihcf. of all the .Ministers. This he
believed fraught with tfreat datiKor
to tlie Kopulilic.
Min. Smith said the matter had
lieeu verv fill I v coiisidereil. The
j L'uitcd States system had boon com.
i pared with that o( a limited inoii
1 archy, ami the former, wherein the
i Caliinel were only secretaries, to tlie
! President, had been adopted as pre
ferable. If the Ministers could nvei
i rule the President's policy, the
I President would lie simply one of
live Cabinet Ministers.
I No motion having been umdo, the
i matter dropped,
, Min. Smith, on Art SHI, prohibiting
aid lo private or sectarian schools,
moved to strike out the word "ex
clusive" before ''coutiol of the Gov
Del. Curler moved to itt'ort a new
P""' Article, roadiiiK: "No public aid,
, benefit or exemption shall Im extend
ed to any church or reliKious orau
i.ation.' lie bol.uii'ed to a churcli
that cost a Kreat dual of uioiiuv, and
he was niirpriMMi iaiel,v to learu that
it paid no taxes.
I !. Vivas gladly seconded the
itiotioii If chtirclius were to lie ex
empt from taxes, thou charitalile ?o
cteiii s slioiild be also He lotew a
socioty that was not too well known,
which did more ood than all the
churcho in Honolulu. Ironical
cheers.) There was a churcli in these
islands owning two millions worlii
lleferri'd to .Indieiary Comniitti e
Min Hatch, on Aft. it" "First
Bicctiou" moved to iiihort a sec
lion, lo be Iriitih'eiicd to Article on
"Legislative Power," as follows: "A
liouornl flection shall lie held on tin
last Wednesday in rtoptetiibi r, 1H1I7,
' ami a general elect mii shall be held
. on tlie last Wednesday in Sepioiiilii.r
ovor tvvoears thnrenfter " Carried.
.Mm Sunt It moved a niib-titute for
Art US " reriiunation of llie Adii
' son Coiiucil." It i-iiiip) mttke.s tho
l Advisory Council relate to the le-
public, instead of tho provisional
tioNcrumont us in tlie draft. lie
tat niiilim. vol..
I I ....... It........
V fllll. III.,.. II
the Convention shift i's ground ro
pealed ly on one ipiertiou.
Conn, Morpiu believed the pro
cess tif education was working.
Members were coining to thuir
Vice-Pies Wilder said it was never
too late to correct their mistakes.
Ho was one of the earliest converts
against the amendment.
Min. Smith mailed again in (aver
of the amendment.
Couu. Urown said if it was a pro
vision putt iuj; tlie proposed law in
the Constitution he would bo against
it. Hut it only allowed the Legisla
ture in tho future, if deemed wise, to
make such a law As an instance of
the abiiM) of the jury system, iu a
case within the past two years, a
juror said iu tln jury room, "This m
a r. u. man: let us convict linn.
"And" IrdnkniK the dusk), "by God.
thevdid find that halfwhite Kiiiltv.
Couu Morgan did not believe iu
exclusive native juries, but that was
another matter. Then was no rua
sou, becatisi) native juries went
wrong sometimes, why such a strong
measure as tlie one iu question
should lie made possible by this
On the aves and noes being about
to be called, Couu. Urown raised tho
point of order that a vote could not
lie again tale-u on the ipiestiou be
fore third reading.
I u the midst of the dtsctissiou ou
this point, the Convention adjourned
at .'i:i0 for the dav
Tim Fren-ot Provision
KniToit Hci.i.i.Tis: -
Tho provision which tlie new Con
stittition maliers have imortcd that
the President and linen members of
his Cabinet ma.v force the fourth
tuembor to resign soein undesirable,
uncalled for, unnecessary, aud t tit
practical. It has no doubt been iu
sorted owing to i ho events which oc
iitrred in the Thurston Ashford
Cabinet under the late King lvala
ttana I u that case such a provision
m tlie Constitution would doubtless
liavo removed much friction. Hut
the circumstances are totally iiuliko.
Plieii there was n monarch irremova
ble and iiiiimpeachable who vvas.ou
'(iiiilimuiHii bound to act ou the ad
vice of his cabinet, whether in agree
uient vvitli his own wishes aud do
sires or not When lie found three
of them advising him one way aud
he fourth giving advice not ofily in
direct opposition but, from his posi
tion as legal authority iu the cabi
gnu- explanations in response to in net, inreciing nun 10 disregard the
tenogatories l l)iI.Uobort-oh, lo ! counsel of tlie other three, wlutt vvou
ilieelfeei lli.it ii was oiilv t he legis iler that there wic a deadlock? Now
lative power thai wa to ie leiaiiieil i we are to h.ive n Piesulent who may
for llie dis r ( iiitucil be removed tty impeuchuieiit ; whosu
The unit on e'irried i cabiuei ts his own personal solecllou
Del iv.i, on Art W "(lath of i aid him in his adininistration,and
A.T 3. 33 0'SX.OCi:
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
II N miaii I Streol.
Atlas Assurance Go. RinS Up Both Telephones 122
I Baggage Express, Tin8mItll8i pmmbing. Etc. DVT
tilliLers, etc asititu, only for in
formal ion, if there ought not to be
a ililrront oath for the Chinese and
.lap.'itie-e members of the Council
of Slate ' (Laughter.)
Del Kobertsoit And the"Portu-
gee ( More laughter I
who is not bound to follow their
advice and without whose con
sent not even a majority can do
auv tiling Again, as the selection of
a cabinet is personal with the Presi
dent (subject, of course, to con ft r ma
Mou I) the .Senate), what member of
Kl.in I (t llull'iifvr - bl.oe i hli,
'uetil alr.-ut, lli.o fori.
ma under lol
' Itoi t.KhX ,md (H.AbbVV ,HK.
WhltiiM Jr . vs til ail
P'lucr ol uttorne
Conn Urown said he exnected lo it. once appointed, is coiuu' to vote
bo sat upon again, but lie would i with auv oilier two for tliuoxpttlsiou
i move to striae out all the words re I of the fourth, when by the vote of
lating to opposing restoration of the the new ui.iu thus introduced las
mniiiircln Anyone of any con-i own scat and its emoluments may
i science who tov'ik the oalhio sup- be declaiod vacant tho following
purl tho Cuu.tituUou would by day T Vox Clauamis,
w sui.umr a? m)N.s,
AKell'.s lor IliivtalUn Ulailda.