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IVrtlflid tu nrUhrr .VW ,tur flirty,
Hut ktitablhhnt for the llrnnit uf All.
T1IUK3DA V, JUNE 28, IttM
A contempt for vested rights is
hovu by tho Convention in revolt -iug
all letters of denization hereto
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Councillor Lmuiulutli and Dole
gate liobertson show terrible cou
pon) lest the oppououts of the rovo
lution ever have a voice in affairs
here. Do not thoy see what an open
confejsiou thoy am thus making to
tho world that the people of Hawaii
are not at tho back of tho move
ment! lho tmted Statos Counres?
doubtless meant tho people when
they said tho people, which bodw ,
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' . "' ,ros-M3Cl 0I u' "-"'aiiio committee on tho petition of
States Government recogmVmg any the Schuetzon Club, finding that
substitute for the monatchj which
is not tho work of the people All
American precedents are against
On Wednesday afternoon another
attempt was made to have eliminat
ed from the Constitution of tho (to
public the provision to admit a
Government appeal in criminal caes.
Although the attempt was defeated
ou n point of order, it will be renew
ed regularly on third reading and
then probably succeed. The fact
that tho defenders of the provision
had to resort to a parliamentary
technicality to save it would indicate
a fear that they have fallen into a
minority siuco they carried the
sohoiue firt by a surprise. It is
astonishing to sro the zeal of At
tornoy General Smith for an inno
vation that on the lace of it is a
menace to popular liberty. When,
however.it bus come out, both in j
illtltm .inil 111 tils I llt'iirrillllltlt
organs, that the object of the mea .
umisto(jivothoOoernm..ut power '
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to hara. political uuimus astonish- -
uiutit should change to alarm in tho j
zniud of owry tlioughtful pet sou, no !
matter with what present party I
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iiiiiiiiiii'iini im ii ill i.iii inn i
fi.ate.1 the othet dav in clfect. tho
im may shortly come wiieu uie
boot will boon the other h-g, and I
then th...e who had part iu ..imiioi- !
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ingthisprowioii. if it become la.
will find it a liiird.'ii'niiie and tyrat.
uical uieaiure. Let this foul plot
bv'aiust liberty be nipped iu the bud.
Sinew the foregoing was wtitteti,
ire Coiiveiitiou tiy to IT ban
downed the obnoxious measure
scarcely a principle of '
n jiff-eiitative and renponslule gov
ernment, which has leii advocated
by Messrs Dole. T.iurMon, Smith .V
Co. for many years past, but is vio
lated or undermined 111 the Consti
tution for the Kopuhlic of Hawaii
which the amo political firm is rail
roadiug through the Convention.
Tali', for instance, the principle of
popular coutiol of the purse stings
of the uation through the represent
atives of the people, This is per
hnps the omt valuable safeguard
for the rights of the people which is
found 111 auv system, monarchical or
rupulilicau lly it an arrogant and
u corrupt government may bo
brought to its kuees more readily
thau by almost any other weapon
available to the representatives of
the people. Stop the supplies is the
cure, when, through some coustitu
tional or technical advantage, the
heads of government are piiisuiug
a courre contrary to the will of the
nation. This new Constitution deli
uerntely subverts this groat princi-
pie, by directly providing that a
Government may go ou indefinitely
spending the people's money, with
out the consent of the people's rep
resentatives in either or both houses
of the Legislature. Mr Dole, if he
is tho author of this direct stub at
popular rights, by this provision re
veals a phas-o of character such a
even his political opponents havo
never suspected him of posiesing.
So European champion of prmcelv
prerogative or aristocratic privilege,
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nor any South American dictator,
would want a more potent weapon
of their unholy schemes against the
people's rights than this provision
of Dole's Constitution, which has
gone twice through the Convention
without an opposing whipor Mr.
Dole would not dare to defend the
outrageous measure if it were at
tacked, or eUe he has become more
hardened in unprincipled politics
than even the most bitter royalist
LOCAL AND UENEHAL NEWB
D S lluovsky, who has been a
teacher at ICauiehameha School for
the past two years, leaves on the S.
S. Monowai for the Coast The
Kamehameha ball team will Invt a
The steamer Iwalam will bring
the last of this season's sugar from
Mnkuweli iilaul.tlein 011 Saturday
moiuiiig. The cargo will be trans
fored to tho barkentiue Robert Suil
don and tho latter will clear at the
Custom House before noon After
Saturday all sugar iu the country
will bo taxable property Tho dif
ferent mills ou the respective plan
tattoos aro closing down aud will
not start up again until the middle
Tticnsnw, Juno 2".
Tin Contention win unlliul to or
tier at 10 a. tu., l'rs, Dolu in tlm
A petition from tho Portinjiiest'
Union wn rend and laid ou tlu
tabic to In' foundered with tho Con
Mm. Smith reported from tlm
I'Umsintivo Loiiiiuitteo on tl
i.omsiativo Lommiitee on tin am
eudment providing for a call of tho mo o prior lotne .iau... u.e pro
Legislaturo iu M'tvil boshIi.ii at tho ' '.la(ion of tin constitution, and
request of two-tliinls of tho Senate, I "ho ,".a,v,a,Tly for ,olU,rsof (louuv
nvoiniiioiulinir its n.ini-' with an '
Del. Carter moved an amoudniout
to the amoudmeut, which was lost
The report was adopted.
Del. Maid win reported from tlm
IJxooutivo Committee ou Sec. , of ,
l it'iii t m- '
Article 5..V rccommeiiditiuan amoud
"ft to shorten it without destroy
Del. Baldwin reported from the
some of its pravors related to sub
. fc, . I -.t..l lit Blllt I
jects already considered, while
other were "matters for ordinary
legislation, aud recommending that
other subjects of the petition should
be considered with the Constitution
iu committee of the whole. Adopted.
Del. Baldwin akcd for tho ruling
of the chair on his mot ion pending
before adjournment yterda after
I'res. Dole answered that tho rules
having been tispeudcd his motion
was in order then, but the adjourn
meiit having carried disposed of the
Del Carter argued against tho
propriety of a question's being
brought'up repeatedly by playing
on tin' good will of members iu the
alxeuce of parties in the I 'on von
iee Pies. Wilder held that the
matter could come up as unllnished
The motion came up after discus-
-ioii and the rules wore suspended.
Del. Baldwin moved to strike out
tho amendment added to Article 7,
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nw 0,,,-ti, Government an an
it..nl is. m-ttnittfil tf.nu '
Del. lvalua, in moMiig to havo the
-0- and noes called, spnku m favor
if retaining the amuudmeut What
,a ,ia(, 4JMJ; of Jury triaHat Wnilukti
uiado him ashaiued of his coiiutry
men and convinced him of tho neces-
il' Vf !bls """"""'"V"'1; Casus were
decided nol upon the facts but the
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. IU1II .ff (liltlfl . ..Uf f ,f ' III ,IMIIIl ..-
oing ttt enuio peace. I lie (eeiiugs
"f the natives against the movement
V.,,,!(I ",i" ""kl, in I '"'ir hearts
I heir now 'papers were keeping up
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I more ii'.litic than poi "in t licit
Del. Fernando supported the mo
tion to ftriko out the amendment
If the native jury could nol ho trust
ed, then ubnlili the native jury.
The ayes ami noes were called on
! the motion, which carried ou the
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it,.'. .lilltr, . iin 11, 1 .ill. in in, iil
111011, i-mtiiciutii, i',nu, ft
l.mtnellitli, hi) 11, I'oitiaiide,.,
Horner, Kahaiilelm, Kuiiiiiakea,
Morgan, Nott, I'ogue, Kobeitsou,
D. It Smith, Tenin'V, Vivas, Wilder
Noe l.nlto, llnnvii, Carter,
Hatch, I km' pa, Kalua, Kauhaiie,
King. Lvmaii, Mcl'nudloss, .Mmi
donea, 1'ice, V. (). Smith, Wator-liou.-e,
A. S. Wilcox, G. N Wilcox,
) Kahaulelio moved that the
committee on promulgation of thn
t'oiist it ill ion be empowered to have
a photograph taken of the Consti
tutional Convention, aud that a copy
of Midi photograph bo presented to
each member of the Coiiveiitiou.
Mm. Hatch moved to proceed with
the couideratiou of Article 18.
Del. Ivahaulelio's motion being
secoiidi-d was put and lost.
Conn McCaudless moved to cou
siiler Sec. f of Art. 77.
Conn. Touiioy moved that Art. 7
pass as amended.
After a talk on a point of order
the rules were supoui!od and the
Conn. .McCaudless renewed his
motion, claiming the right under
suxpcnMon of the rules.
On a point of order he was over
ruled, aud Min. Hatch's motion to
consider Art. 18, deferred, was car
ried. The Article relates to 'Natur
alization." Sec. I gives the Justices of the
Supreme Court exclusive jurisdic
tion iu the naturalization of aliens.
Sec. '1 makes the qualifications for
iiaturali.ution as follow.: Residence
for not less thau two years; intention
to hecoine a permanent citien; abil
ity to read, write and speak English:
ability to explain, iu his own vvords
Ju Kngli.-h, tlie general meaning of
any pait of the Constitution; lie a
cilieii or subject of a countr) hav
iug a naturalization treaty with Ha
waii; be of good moral character
and not a refugee from justice; be
engaged in o'oihi- lawful business or
employment or have othor lawful
means of support; own property iu
the Itepulilic worth not less thau
riM), have taken the oath of alle
giauce and an oath abjuring alle
giance to his own country; make
written application to a ,lu-tice, set
ting forth uuderoath his compliance
witli the requirements, and furnish
proof to the satisfaction of the .Ins
tieo. Min Hatch moved a verbal amend
ment, winch carried.
Dei Carter moved to make the
term of reiHlence one year.
Lot, and the Article pansed Hi
Mm. Hitch moved a substitute for
Article I',), 011 "Deiu.eiis." As amend
ed after diseiissinii the Article reads
Section I Letters of Deiualion
of the following classes may be
granted liv the Lxcculivo Council.
1 Letters conferring all of the
privileges of citizenship, except tho
right to vote, which may be grauted
to an.v person
2 special letters conferring all
the rights of citizenship, including
the right to vote, which shall be
grauted only to persons eligible to
bucomo naturalized; provided, how-
j over, t lint tho conditions of intention
to hoouino a permanent citizen, ot
l an oath abjuring nlle;iaiioe to tho
Ciou'rinnont of hi" native land, of
an oath of allegiance to the republic
and of application to the Supremo
' Court shall not bo required: aud
provided further that tho condition
of buin; a eilien or subject, of a
country having treaty relations with
1 this republic concerning natiirali.a-
I lion shall not atinlv to nef-ons who
t Uttvt' itjsiti.m iu urn umtiiiiiiii I3i
aiids for a period of seven years or
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Hon '2. Every person havinir
letters of dentation shall take the
oath prescribed iu A rl..l. of this con
stitution and shall thereupon be
subject to all of the duties and obli-
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cn't tin .1 jiii itiiftf in ufiiituiiii
heretofore grauted am hereby ro
vukftl. Del Unhurt nn moved an amend
ment to require denizens to take tho
,ne"1 " lu.,re -"iiimib joiaw
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V t !l IIUUIIV "' ttWUIdi Jill" III
join iu a royalist movement.
Mill. Hatch declined to accept the
amendment, as tho taking of tho
oath might bo construed to boa for
feiture of tho person's allegiance to
his own country.
Del. Vivas considered that this
Article had received more tinkering
thai) any other iu the Constitution.
It was now in a condition where it
opened tho door to Asiatics voting,
lie solemnly protested against the
change, and would record his vote
Conn. Ktnmoliith moved an amend
ment to overcome Del. Vivas' objec
tion. On thn intimation from the
chair that there was no seconder, the
mover said thou ho would vote solid
ly against any proposition to admit
as deuiuus persons who had lived
hero seven years. He would have
tho limit fixed to come within the
first presidential term. While ho
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'"' ,,I J10,1 I'!"""0, Vl8,K0 "" r,!,ks
"' ft ". administration,
. 1 he Vesidout said he would have
ueou giau io pin .ur, liiiimeiimi s
"'""""i b,lt en,,hl not u,,,,or tlu'
Couu.Teniiey siicoudod thoauieiid-
Del. Kobertson supported the
Mm. Hatch, after a desultory dis
ciiiislou, accepted the amoiulmeiit.
The Article us amended na-jsed.
Mm. Smith, iu view of tfie action
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addition to the oath ofolliceiu Arli
ele it... so as to include iurois
Conn Hrovvn i-aid that would be
vvore thau tho amendment. The
object to t hut was it was political,
but thi made every juror take a
Min. Hatch And why shotildu't a
juror take such an oath? Wo want to
establish a republic, and not a re
public merely on the surface aud a
The amendment carried.
At 1 'J :(." the Convention adjourn
The warships in tho harbor are
decorated from stem to stem to-day,
iu honor of the lifly-sixth anniver
sary of the coronation of Qui en
Victoria. Salutes were fired at noon
by the L S. Ilagship Philadelphia,
11. 13. M. S. Champion and the Japa
nese ship Kongo.
By Lewis J. I.ovoy.
REGULAR GASH SALE!
TO-MOKKOW, .him' irirli,
.VI 10 OTI.OI K A. M..
AT MY SA.LjII3SK.OOvj
I ulll fll nt I'lilillo AiU'llnii 11 luriiuiis
- (Ml'MSINO -
I'AWrwKNlA I'.ifATOKh, WW.
.Umi mii iei,oM intuit of-
Housohold Furniture. Etc
ICATTAN I'UA.K.S, liTC.
Iiwls J. Lovey,
On SATUIIDAV, June HO,
AT 10 O'Cl.iJCK A. M.,
I will nll lit I'nl'llc AiU'llnii en tliu l.Buu
in rvnr uf tliu Arliiileii lloti-1,
I I.AItllK UUI.U.N'U
IH2.M, ft, vviill riiol 13 ft. ji ilix, pins tlior
oiikIiI) rnii mill rmlurr roinpli'lu iiunle
ot e iu Iliu k, liiiiid iiniilii mi l)r.i--i cj.'lHlf
anil will blue I un.v ilii'l ol wcuiIht,' uini,
. . Refreshment Booth . .
Willi ii li riinl Mlt, sln eixll.' ti; IliiiiRS
1 oniileli' it, iiliuve.
fW IKlt.Mb (;ami !
I QL'AUTKKI.V KIVIDKVI) IS NOW
I linn umi piivalilH tu tliu .stoe,k!iiiiinrs
Of II liKH Sll- tUnllll (JOMI'ANV
H. II lilKSn,
Iloiinliiln II. I .lillio'Jx. istll. tu.u.'t
AT? "rVTiorl ni tine fir Cr
. r . AXXtJLlt.lI Ub OO OU.
Will rmnnvo to tlicir new lifiuinarliTs
ON Oil AUOri JULY IHT
New Goods. Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
IIiniiHHirliiii Go,, L'll
Tun lay, June SO, W!)t
The Fourth of July ap
i proaches and with it the. pros- I
pects of the usual celebration. 1
and there se.ems to oe a dis
position on the part of the.
government to combine with
the stereotype! ceremonies of
an American holiday whatever
goes with the promulgation of
, constitution and the pro
claiming of a republic. As the
participants in the overthrow
of the monarchial form of gov
ernment were people of sun
dry and various nationalities,
some of whom religiously ab
stain from celebrating any
purely Yankee event the com
bination may not be entirely
satisfactory. To the American
contingent there's a good deal
of patriotism and sentiment
connected with the Fourth but
we fail to observe any among
the Britons. Nor is there a
vast amount of harmony in a
duett where one singer pipes.
"Yankee Doodle" and the
other "Der wacht am Rhein."
There are numerous nationali
ties to conciliate in little I ia
waii, and, in our opinion the
interests of all parties could
best be served by the selection
of some other day than the
Fourth of July.
"Nothing succeeds like suc
cess" and nothing will clean
paints or glass or polish, silver,
brass, tin or nickel like "D &
D." Sapolio is a good article
so lar as it goes; liberal adver
tising has made it appear bet
ter than it really is, but the
draw back to Sapolio for
household use is the fact that
it will not clean silver. In "ID
& D" you can have a cake of
soap that lioats like the famous
"Ivory" jou read so much
about and besides doing every
thing that Sapolio docs it
polishes metal. We believe
that this will take the place of
Sapolio and all other polishes
on account of its adaptability to
so many different things about j
the house. As it is purely a
vegetable deposit from the I
State of Washington it con
tains no chemicals or anything
that will injure the hands or
article on which it is used.
Hveiyone knows IVarline and
its effect upon the hands when
used in too great a proportion,
"I) & D" will leave the hands
in better shape than before you
used it. I laving nothing
"griity" in it tlu-re is no dan
ger of damage to the finest
silver plate or cut ylass. It
removes the tarnish from sil
ver and brightens brass work
with the use of very little mus
cular force. We have the Sole
Agency for this polish, and we
secured it because we saw the
advantages it contained over
all other articles of a similar
character. The price is a
shade higher than Sapolio, but
then it lasts longer.
Its rather strange that boys
in Hawaii do not go in for
soldier companies, drilling and
all that sort of thing as they
do in the states. The spirit of
70 seems not to exist in the
kid of the American colony as
it does at home. We have a
dozen or so miniature rifles
which shoot blank or regular
cartridges and have bayonets
on them the same as a regular
gun. For boys they are just
the thing, and if the old gentle
man wants to borrow it to
shoot a stray cat or a inynah
bird it will do the business.
They're as good as a parlor
rifle for short range.
The "Andrew Welch" now
on the. way from San Francisco
has a lot of the Standard
Manufacturing Co s goods on
board for us! Fnamel bath
tubs, sinks, washstands and
water closets. We're having
calls for these goods everyday
and we confidently believe
that the new lot will not last
1 long, it you should want a
tuo; and your
I'Oud wife ol)-
'0's l''' expense tell lutr its
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tne son umi uiciy uv Kept
easily as her china
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
OpiHiilttf HprfflkfU' lllonk,
!107 KOKT JH'KKMT
TUB DECORATING COMM1T
tt' of tho Fourth Day of July
CVleliration ofTuro tliu following Fivo
Cash Prizes for Docorntiotts:
For tho Bust Dtico rated Building
on that Day,$rOj Second,. $10; Third,
SWj Fourth, $20; Fifth, $ 10.
Tin Jiidgus will be Ountlomnu
Selected by tho Ollicors of tho Gen
eral Committee, who will Inspect
tho Various Buildings ami award
the aboro Prizes according to merit.
GEO. E. STRATUM 12 VEK,
W. P. BOYD,
J. S. MARTIN,
L. T. KENAKE,
J. V. SIMONSON,
Honolulu, Juno 25, 1891.
Thp Mcnnier "t.lfiiiillnp" will Irnvf Hono
lulu Tin'.SDAY, .IUI.Y 3nl. nt A . m..
nrrlvlliK at Ksliillnl onrly the iniirnlint 01
ltottmiliiif. imMonitf rp enn Irs vis Mnnlacn
Ilnvut7n m .TMUKHnAY.JUI.Yfltli.liy
tliu steamer "W 0. llnll," nrrlvlng at Ho
nolulu tho afternoon uf tho amc ilay.
Tickets for the Round Trip $8.00.
rpilK STIMKIt "KINAU" W11.I.
X arrive hi Honolulu Krlilay mornlmc
June iPuli, ami will -all nslu MONDAY,
JUI.YVml.at'Jti to., fur Kilo anil Way
l'lirta, arrlvltiK In lliloon the iiiornliiL of
Corner Klni; A Nuuuim Bt.v
Knu. Uoi.ths, :it MiinuRcr.
Finest of Wines & Liquors
Billiard & Reading Boom
rune to PATnomt.
MVTCAI. T0X.3r,IXOST3S 273.
First Somi-Annual Exhibition
At King's Art Galleries, Hotil Street,
Open from June tith to Jul) ilth,
Exhibition of Oil l'aiiitiiiii
. Wnt.'r i;oiorb.
I'lmtel-i. Huulnture. WikmI C'urvltm and for-
tiriain i'uiiitiii. Aiimisi
Admission, fil) Cunts.
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
EJSjPOLi A. 1ST ADE;
Cor. Allen & Fort SU., Honolulu.
11OLIJSTI0R & CO.,
A t'OTTAHK ON KINO
Jrx Htreet, next door to
of tne under-1
J F. llOWI.KK,
I WAIK1KI ON Till-.
iiiurti)i for one or two hin
I'.ln llentlemeu; bonrd on-
tlonnl; ImtliiiiK (ncllllli'i. good,
in if Itri.l.KTIN OI'M'tCK,
llh I.KT UNKUKNItSllhl), nib
Iiouhh umi nreiulterj occuiiied li Cunt,
y"' e) rt""' biivmity fei t iilmve sen luvel.
. 31111 ill .ii limn vuiiiiv. iiiii.iiiiH inn i-niinn
..iiiiif,..n lui.f fiif? f.fifif. .'fil ii.ir iiniiiurH
emniirt. on u. .r.miie. on.t u mist.
Alrtiiliuiit .triul ...liii.iiliiL Illnl.oi.4lii.uk.
J7Olt A TKIIM Ob" NOT
1 less than llvo yuara the
llvkldeiice on Ylniiyard
ttrei t. ruienlly occiiplfd by
Hie uuderal;ui'd. Vury couvt'iiieiit, every
thliiK In appliiiile order, hi town and ot
out ol town. A ii ply to
IVU-ti Ti. B. UUMIA.
Robinson Block, Hotel
We havo Juts! Ktei-ivod from Sun Fruncincu pur Burkcntine
"Planter" the LargcHt Assortment of Furni
ture ever imported into this conn
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In 80II1I Oak ami ot tin Very latest Designs. Also,
DINING-ROOM FURNITURE !
RiteiMlnti Tulilos all sizes with Clmlrs ami Klilpbonnls to match
We linvc a roinptcto Mock ot thtM pooJ.
Divhiik onv?riil with 1'ortlrrs nro the latest thing out. We have them In
hnvf lii'-tutl'iil pili(ii of th'SH joii, pninlitlnK of Rofas, Chairs, Rockeri, Etc.
Ktc. i ou pan get tlir?o rooiIs Iu any tliiinh you denlre.
c hb m wvmm s
I'ltrlnf ('hairs. Dlnltiit-riioiii Phalra, llix-kliitf ('hairs. Olllrc Chain, Upholstered Cbaln,
lllxli Chain, Ktc, Ktc.
Cribs and Cradles!
Imte ti-ortiiipnt 11I Woven Wire Mattresses, tiprlng, Hair, Mnu, Wool ami Straw Mat
tro'ses on haml ami nmjn to onler.
MVKOKK8K FKATHKKH ANDBII.K KI.0S8 KOIt l'II,W)W8,
WINDOW 8HADKS IS Al.t. U(U.0KM ANDMI5.K8,
COltNIOK I'Ol.liS IN WOOD OU llltAHS TH1MM1N0
I UVUUU'i IAaU
11 - mill
ItKI'AlltBl) AT UKA80NA0LU ItATKB.
Cabinet Making -" Branches by Competent Workmen
We mnkc a socclitl feature of IN
Is under the imtmiii:.! sutcrvlsluu of Mr.
All our (JiKidi urc tlrl-i'lns nnd
I'onviiicc tint moil ktplli:itl.
Our Prices are Positively Placed at Bedrock.
Bku. 525 TELEPHONES Mutual 645
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m h !
3 o S.
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h a c)
Old Stand Swept Away.
1AM fill I.I. 1-ltI.I-AllKli 10 HUI'Klt
intend, Iteeoimmit'l, or liuild unytlilui;
UeloiiKliiK to tliu liulldlnt; '1 rude.
All orders left vs it Ii Julio Nutt.
KIiik ntreet, will hu promptly utteiided to.
G. W. LfNCOLN.
St., bet. Fort & Nnuiuu.
TKItlOll UKC011AT1NO. This Dnrtrant
ffimi tin vnrv l.ineit Dniliiui. A vltlt vtlll
Tliu follow ing teHtiinonial
has been received from a pro-
i iiuitoiit piuiuiuiou owner ana
iliiNni.ui.u, It. 1., Msy 30, 18M.
I'Acirio IlABtiWABtt (Jo. L'd, ilouoluia.
You axle my opiulou ol Lucol at a Paint
1 have experimented with I.ucol Oil foi
i uiiiomi, uiiii (Homo num,iioiuM nun nu.M.
1 unliitlni; inv vucuiiiii umi. iimchlnerv and
i ccnlrlliiKul,, with It and tlio result hat
i Lcuu most Butlafui'tory. It dries harder,
. inaken a hotter finhli, goes farther and U
more satisfactory in every way than llo-
. Certain nulut work which was always
sticky with II ii need oil, dried hard when
1 I.ucol Oil wun lined.
Youry truly, Aro Drum.
I Direotion for Use.
Uso Lucol. in every reHpeut in the
I b.iniu niiuinur uh you would liuaood
i oil, with tlm Dingle cxruntion that you
inity udil fully onu-quurter muro Lu
1 coi, to tho tmniG quuiitity of pigment
thiin you tvouhl of linsucil.
I in using iiioluUiu, Voiiutiaii rod, the
ochrotf, uiul olhui dry piw'uiuuU, it u
j iidviKuhlo to mix up tho imiut at least
i one day hoforo il in to Lb used, thun
aihl H lliiid more Lucol and the paint
will hu found in cover wull aud Uuvo
I a good gloHU
NKVEIt m JAl'ANS
Whom luird nurfucfs wucL at. ll(X)r,
Htcprj, oto., tiro required uan Uthargtt
only, nttver uho Jupuuh.
I.UlMll, M1XKS WITH
uud abuioU thou working aud im
prove, ihoir uppunruiico uut thkv
HUOl'LI) UK UMKD HAMK DAY TMKV ARE
MixKU, othorwieu the gum of the var
nirh limy ho pri-oipituted or the mix
Tho iidditiuii of from i to j of Lu
coi to varninlifM (loci- not ruilui'othuir
In In imr rotiird tlnir Ii irdoiiin iind
drying uud il preveniH tlitur crnrking.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.