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Dkimriment of Fisvncr
Honour i, H I., June 30, wi.
Piircfift'oM ol Hawaiian Uomnmpiit
Bonds are notified that alter July 3rd, and
until further notlre that the Loan lin of
lbW, will he goid at liar.
(Signed) 8. M. DAMON.
J073t -Minister of Finance.
Government Schools may tnke a tvecr
on WEDNESDAY, July 4, 18l It Ileitis; n
generally recognized I'ubllo llnlldnv,
W. It. CAs- ll.K,
President Hoard of Education.
Htdged to nrithr S'et tvn t'nrty,
But Ritabliih'd for tht IbnrM "I All.
TUESDAY, JULY 3, m.
TcEsutv, July 3.
The Convention met at 10 a. in.,
with a full attendance, President
Dole in the chair.
After routine business Del. Kuntii
akea moved tho following resolu
tion: 'Mtrmfvpn Tli'.t tlm iluli.irrit.tA rtf
this Conveution express their hearty
appreciation of tho modestv, cour-
age, patience and forbearance of tho
Prosident during tho deliberati
.and their thanks
tact, and their
his continued uc
of this Convention
for his courteous
tin r final tii alios frtr
...... in n.l,in!.t..rin,f it,.. av..m.
.................. . ..,. ..... w
nieut of this Republic "
Del. Vivas si-condod the retolutiou.
moving it Ixj spread on the records
Miu Hatch tuoed the adoption
of the following certificate to the
Constitution, which being seconded
by Del Kalua was pased unani
mously. "Th- Constitutional Contention,
convened iu Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, on the .'(Ulli
da of Ma, A D 1S1M, pursuant to
the provisions of Act iV.I of the Ac's
of tho Provisional Government of
the Hawaiian I -lauds, entitled, 'An
Act to Protide for a Constitutional
Contention.' approved the Kith (laj
of March, A D. W.M, and pursuant
summoning said Convention to a- I
1...111I1I.1 h nil n n rriiii.i.il nml m .iliti.i
the Constitution hereinbefore set
"Now, it is hereby declared, unci
d and proclaimed by the ISvcutite ;
aud Advisory Councils of the Provi i
sioual Government and by the elect
ed Delegates, constituting said Con .
stitutiounl Conveution, t lint on and I
after tho fourth day of Julv, A, D. j
ley I. tho said Constitution 'shall be j
the Constitution of the Republic of ;
Hawaii nml tho biipreiuo Law oi the
"Done in Convention by iiiiaui
moils consent thi third da of July,
A. D. One Thousand Kighl Hundred
nud Ninety-Four In witness where
of we have hereunto subscribed our
The Secretary read an invitation
from the Fourth of July committee,
for the members of Convention to
attend tho celebration of the day on
tho grounds of J. N. Wright. Ac
Min. Smith moved that the title
be, "Constitution of the Republic of
Pres. Dole then rend the revised
proof sheets of Constitution, slowlv
and distinctly, for linal verification.
Conn. lmtiiolulh,ou the first part
of Sec. 1 of Article lit, ''Letters of
Denization of the following clases
mav li urn u ted by
Council," said that iu (he second
draft the power was "the President
with tho approval of the Cabinet."
Ho moved that such Ixj now adopted.
Being ruled out of order he moved
suspension of the rules, which lost.
Miu. Hatch moved suspension of
the rules to add to Art. 27 "Power
of Removal" a provision to em
power the President to call the
Souato without tho consent of the
Cabinet, so that iu case of ir recou
vilable disagreement with tho Cabi
not ho could have tho decision of the
Coun Brown asked if this was
necessary Two thirds of tho Seuato
could under another Article require
the calling of the Senate.
Min. Smith That is u special ses
sion of the whole Legislature.
Coun. ISrowu nuiU all the change
necessary then would bet
Senate" in that Article.
Min trnti.liu.iiil llmmnll,,, M
I.a MttlMl l.v sinLine ,...i f,...
words iu Art. 2H, which would given
little more power to the Pro-ideat
Ou the rules being suspended, he
moved to strike out tho words re
quiring the C(.biuot'ti approval of n
call of the Legislature or tho Senate
alone by tho President Carried.
The reading was completed at
Pre. Dole called a meeting of the
F.xeculivo and Advisory Councils at
Tho Convention then adjourned
till 4:JJ0 this day
Not Entitled to tun Honor
Not desiring to assume the honor
of being present at tlm mass meet
iug held at Union Square, at ft
o'clock p. m Monday, July 2, as
uotnd by the I' C Advertiser's re
porter, iu his report of tho proceed
lugs of the said mass meeting, per
init nio to say that I am uot nt all
entitled to the lienor of lining
"among the prominent royalists
present" at the lime refm r-ul to lr
the Advertiser's report, although, it
is not a detestable seat for any good
supporter of good government to
be among such men ns Judge Wide
maun, J. O. Carter, Judge Cooper,
W. W. Hall and many others
Joim-ii M Poitoi
Kapnlnma, July it, 1MU
All Government schools will be
(dvu a holiday to-morrow.
aaAgafc5i?Wfc4U i XzvJye
Large Crowd at tho Drill Shed
Eudorce the Kapublic
With tho aoet'jsorit'9 of band
mum' ntul u pyrotechnic exhibition
to athnrtUr .Injtauisu firo vvork, thu
all for n tna meotiiiu to ratify tlin
Constitution of tho Kopublic (liefuro
Sonator F.iinnt'lnth vva quit done
trying to atuoml it) drew a largo
crowd tinder tlm iron roof of tho
drill idipd last night. Tho big build
ing wai full to outflowing, which
would tuali tho attendtifo ovor a
F. I J. Mi'Stookor vva ohairiuan.
P. C Jones upoko on behalf of
pooplo at large, in h! fuuny style,
ending with a two ly on ''D.iisv
I lM. Hntcli, MlniMerof Foreign
j Affair?, in his accustotuedly nrioti
vein, praised tin; new constitution
ui giving liberty Kefening to the
prospect of the Pacific cable and
Nicaragua Canal, ho aid annotation
to tho United State? was iu sight.
J. M. Vivas, a delegate to tho
Convention, announced the funeral
of the monarch on the Uh. tile
ilid uot mention the burial of his
oft attempted amendment to get tho
Portuguese language recognized iu
the Constitution.) That doeutnout
was uot satisfactory to all its fram
ers. out Willi I'rt-Milont nolo to
operato it everything would
iv a. ioe, representing tin
American Lcauiie.eulouizedtho Con
stitution. for one thing on account
l'10, wuiios it made, whereby one ;
would Imi.Iy that the American .
I;0"'10, U1,,,t1iou.i, to lr"t the
'i " iiu.iiiauj wum u(
porter thau are now eagerly wait-
"' to scrauiblo for tho fodder iu
the public bin. He compared Prei-
liepublic from having any more, sup
dent D ! lo Brutus "the noblest
. .......... I ,
ItVUl.tll ui WIUIII .III.
11. J Urcene gato a reviscu ver
sion of how ho saved little Rhode
Island's reputation in the war of the
rebellion, and again in the recent
tumults of Hawaii.
J. W. Kalua boasted of tho glori
ous part ho had taken aud was takiug
in depriving his country of its ex
isteuce a a free and independent
nation. Although he did not put it
that wav, Mich was the virtual pur
pott of Ins harangue.
Geo. Ctuaiiagh gave utterance lo
' the dent hlc devotion of thoSclniet
11 Klemnie iioki for the same
body, saving that, although tho
Coustituliou did uot uit all its
inemir-i. ei was a goon one on ,
tlio hoi., niul ttoiilil be Mim.orted
"1 '" i"' mi'iiiurn ui uh' tmu
T. B. Murray, president of the
American League, was granted Hit'
honor of reading tho resolutions,
which p:ised as follows, after which
the aMmhl.igo dispersed without
II iirr-.m- This mass meeting i
largI represented by delegating
from tle various organizations sup-
the Piovisional Govern-
U7irr-i The Provis:onal (intern
ment is aliout lo he converted info
a Republic with the institutions and
feature dear to a liberty loving peo
ple, and I
ll'Ai ri--epreolitatives of the
people, in convention assembled,
have formulated a constitution to
be the fundamental law of tho Re
public of Hawaii, uud
I HVicmi -This Constitution is wise
' nud fust, and liberal in its provi-
sion-, and by its unttire designed to
I enable Hawaii to take its proper
I rank among free nations and to in
I sure tranquillity aud freedom aud
tho rights of the people throughout
the Islands and to tiltimatniy secure
political union with the United
States, therefore, be it
H-milml -That this mass meeting
of citizens of Hawaii does hereby
endorse the new Constitution aud
does declare that the allegiance and
fealty heretofore held to the Provi
sional Government is, ou aud after
July I, IS'.) I, transferred to the Re
public of Hawaii.
H-'nuhril -Thnt the selection of the
Honorable Sunford B. Dole to bo
President of the Republic of Hawaii
was iu conformance with the un
divided seutiment of tho loyal citi
zens and meets with our unanimous
aud hearty approval.
.viim '1 hat a copy of theso
resolutions be transmitted without
delay to the Executive Couucil of
the Provisional Government.
SCOTS HA'E A NIGHT
AuHjiictuub Optming of thu New Hull
ot tha Scottish Thibtlo Club.
The inaugural hall of the Scottish
i Thistle Club yc-terday evening was
a grand succcs, ami tiiose wuo were
lOrt llliate lllOllgll lO Do presold 011-
joviHi a pieaoiiui evening, i no new
hall of the club, which Is over the
i l-Vhol building, comer of Hotel and
I Fort streets, is large, airy nud a
great improvement on its former
eou quarters. The Scotch rampant
I IU.I'U I II IIIUHIIIIMIll IJ-Mlllll III
i the hall while inside the entrance
! ami ou o.ther sides hung the Br.t.si.
. ...! Mm. Il.,.b Vl !.,. .........
I f,llll t Ittlt l.llilll ll'ln iiv lliu lllfil
end were the American nml Hawaiian
i flags. On the walls were pictures
i of Scottish worthies and scenes and
I plaid shawls The Hawaiian Quiu
tot Club furnished excellent music I
i for dancing. At intervals the club
reiidend vocal selections iu their
inimitable et vie. Robert More acted
iu thu capacity of floor manager,
ami through his management every
thing pa-sed olf without a hitch.
I jioro were uiteen uauces ou tne
program aud several extras had to
bo added to the list During inter
mission rofio-Jimnuts consisting of
codec, cake, icecream aud lemonade
were served Much credit is due the
following committee: A. Gartie, K.
Retime, W .lcla3, It Laiug, A
McDonald and A C. Steele, who
were assiduous in their attention to
the guests of the club.
The law 11011 Palace Walk near tho
drill shed was packed with Japanese
vesterda.v evening, tho attraction
being n displa) of fireworks by
llohan During intermissions the
Japs filed into the drill shed and
stared iu evident wonder at the
Bpuuuuf ut luu muss uiiullui;.
TILE GLORIOUS FOURTH.
How the Day Will Be Celebrated at
To-tuorrovv. July 1th, will bo tho
HSlh anniversary of United States
Independence and will be duly cele
brated. A number of men from tho
U. S. S. Philadelphia have been en
tered for th athletic nports, but ai
jet it has not been decided whether
tho men will be allowed shore liber
ty. A decision will bo arrived at
this evening. Tho program for tho
dav ill lo as follows:
Proclaiming of the Republic and
promulgation of tho new Constitu
tion at 8 a.m. from tho Executive
AOCATtC SPOUTS COMMENCE t 8:15 A. II.
Six-oared Sliding seats -Alice M .
red and white, Mvrtlo B. C; Carl
, bluo and white.' Ilnalani B. C.
Shoro Boats Kverv Time, San
Francisco, January if, Jumbo and
Let Her Itip.
Tnolve-oared Cutters - Philadel
phia, whito flag, U. S. F.S. rhlladol
phla; Champion, blue flag, 11. B. M.
S. Champion; Kongo, red flag, II. I.
J. M.S. Kongo.
Shell Kaco-Ued, Myrtle B. C.j
White, Myrtle U.U.
Four-oared Dingy Philadelphia,
white flag. U. S. F. S. Philadelphia!
Kongo, red flag, II. I. J. M.S. Kongo;
Alice, blue flat?. A. L. C. Atkinson:
John Sehwauek, J. Schwanck.
Catamarans -Philadelphia, whito
flag, U. S F. S Philadelphia: Cham
pion, bluo flag, H. B. M. S. Cham
pion; Kongo, red flag, H. 1. J. M. S.
U. S. F. S. Philado
-3 entries from
Iphia; I from H.
B. M. S. Champion; 10 from U. 1. J
M. S. Kongo and ft others.
I Twelve oared Barge Race
j Charleston, white fl-ig. U. S. F. S.
I Philadelphia; HauakeoKi, bluo flag,
U. B. M. S. Champion; ltuliuikanuu,
1 red flag, A. L. C. Atkinson.
Second Class Yachts Kdllh L.,
red and white, W. Lyle; Coral Queen,
blue and white, H. K. Walker; Pokii,
, blue letter P.. H. B. Williams; Mary
Waldiug, red, bluo and red, Ollix
Railway excursion to Kwa and
Pearl City at 8:15 a.m. and 1:1) p.m.
at excursion rates.
. Seventeenth semi-annual meeting
' of tho Hawaiian Rifle Association
I at U a.m.
' Literary exercises at Little Britain,
. King street, at lO.Itll a.m.
salutes by tho dittorcnt warships
iu nort at noon.
kiiii.ii m-oht.s comhiaci: at 1:H0 r. u.
M) vnris ... , .i.rwi i.MM. .Sla,i.
iug broad jump. Seconds in 100
nrds race run for place in linal.
Running broad jump Basket po
tato rnco (juvenile). Final of 100
yards race. 100 yards race (juvenile),
three heats. Pole vault. Final of
juvenile 100 yards race. Quarter
mile race, two heats, Bool aud shoo
race (juvenile). Hop, step and
jump. Three-legged race (juvenile).
Final of quarter mile race. 13)
yards hurdle race, three heats. Run
ning high jump. Potato race (juv
enile), Final of 120 yards hurdle
race. Jim Manama race.
Polo vault -N. Halstead, Chri.
Willis, Geo. Align.-
Quarter mile race 21 oniric".
Boot and shoe race (jiivciulei 18
Hop, step and jump Tom Pryce,
Henry Hapoi, V. F. Knao, D. K.
Brown, C. S. Crane, L. do L. Ward,
11. Tyrell, Thos, While.
Three-legged race (juvenile)--20
120 yards hurdlu rnco -C. Gustof
sou, J. Murphy, Henry Hnpni, Vidn
Thrum, Will Preslidge, J. S Rich
ardson, C. S. Crane, W F. Kane, J.
100 yards rnco -J. D. Atkins, C.
J. Dict7., C. Gustnfson, J. Murphy,
John Cnustiuo, Tom Pryce, viiin
Standing broad jump- John Cnus
tiuo, Tom Prvco, l). K. Brown, J. S.
Richardson, L. do L. Ward.
Running broad jump John Caus
tiuo, lieu ry Hnpni, W. F. Kane, D.
K. Brown, C. S. Crane, J. Spencer,
L. do L. Ward, A. Tyrell.
Rnikol Potato Race (juvenile)--,'!.'!
100 yards rnco (juvouilo)--27 en
tries. Ritiiuing high jumpJohn Caus
tiuo. J. S. Richardson, J Speucer,
Chris. Willis, L. do L. Ward. Ed.
Potato race (juvenile) 32 entries.
Jim Kalianui race W. Vida, H.
i Beckloy, A. Long.
Reception by L. S. Minister Wil
lis at tho Hawaiian Hotel from !t to
I f p, m.
Baseball, Katuohauiohn vh Ha
waii, at !l:!!0 p. in.
Invitation dance at the Myrtle
If the managers ol Handicraft do
uot know how to spell "separate"
they should uot put it iu italic.
A : NEW : DBPiVRTURE
, ,, , . n
i Tlie Hawaiian MesseDger Service
I. M. .ImiNMiN, MiitlH.-ur
Mutnit 599 TELEPHONES Bell 559
ODU'h ill .Msmilitii lluilillllh'.
W nrc ir-par.(l to furnUli Uniformed
Mi-i-eiijMT lit all hours. I'r m-lnes unj
-Hlikfia-llen L-iwiniiiltiil Yen rim: ti up
Mini Mt will 110 the rtt
tJW Hourly rales J(M. l-'ur tllhtiinu
ratr mii MrittnmT'ji Mu- le7l-if
'I'd UK I.KI U.NFUHMHHKl), THK
I liiiuxe nml premises ir-ciiiiIciI hy Caiii.
Mlt In Nuuana vailo, .nHit the 1'oium
valley rouil. Kovnnty feet iibcivt- hen level.
Truiui'iirs uis the Kiitus. Kor i-srtlculiiri
-liiillr 011 the iri-inlset ornf II..MIHJ',
ilrrilmiit klrii'l. tuljiiiului; HlHliiMisliiink.
IIOI'MK AM) LOT A 'I
Iwlltl, llnnolillil. Aipl
on iir'iniei, or of
tin lumril rtii'iniHr W'.ll. Hull,
A HIM H OF KKYH. Finder will l.i
Mr..rdl ou l..VOS U at tMFo.t
Hawaiian HarflwarG Go.. L'ft
Turn lay, July J, ttt'H
riiu scheme to run a line of
steamers from Tacoma to Yo
kohama, making Honolulu a
stopping point is gradully tak
ing shape. Tacoma is now,
ami has been for several years,
the shipping point for a vast
amount of products of North
Western Washington. Rail
roads from points east of the
mountains connect the great
wheat producing district of
Walla Walla Valley with tide
water and the promoters of the
new line anticipate a large
business in Washington pro
ducts between these points
We understand the Canadian
and Australian line gets this
business now by m:ans of a
tr!iitLrf irt lt.ttt...ii n-rtml nnrt
Vancouver, and th idea of the
Great Northern is to secure
the business without the extra
handling of freight Washing
ton is a yreat state, rivaling
Minnesota in the production
nf ivltit'it nml rrit in.r m ib.. tw.rt
01 wni.at ami gmng to tne peo-i
, i- . , , e
pie Of the northwest fmitS'
more luscious than California j
can grow. If a line of steamers 1
from Tacoma to Yokohama
calling here could lie made to
pay it would certainly be a
good thing' for I lawaii. Evrry
vessel that docks here means
money to the merchants; the
more vessels, the more money,
and it is the same in any city
with a harbor. Some years
ago a city on Puget Sound got
most of its business through
the fact of its being the port of
entry for the Sound. As time
passed other towns sprung up
and developed into cities of
larger and stronger growth
than the other, and they were
in time made sub-ports of en
try. I'Vom that time until to
daj it has been a case of the
"survival of the fittest." The
first town with its $300,000
custom house aud glorious
climate lias sunk into insigni
ficance; vessels which formerly
entered and cleared there go
further up Sound and ihe trade
has gone with it. So it has
been here on the Islands. La
haina is to-day commercially
dead: hundreds of people here
ran remember counting 200
vessels in the harbor at one
time. Is money as plentiful in
Honolulu as when the harbor
was full of whaleships? It is
easy to note the change which
have taken place since the
days when the shipping at La
haina was larger than it is to
day It is as easy, then, to
calculate the benefits to be de
rived from additional lines of
steamers into Honolulu.
If there has ever been a
btuter iron stove than the
"ransy manuiactureti we ve
not heard of it. Hundreds of
these stoves are in use here,
and every one has given satis
faction We have them in
three sizes ami keep getting
them by every steamer. If
you want a good baker that
uses the minimum quantity of
fuel you can do no better than
to buy a 'I'ansy."
The "I & D" polisher will
succeed Sapolio just as the
safety has succeeded the old
time velocipede. We have
tried this polisher for every
purpose for which Sapolio is
used and find it superior.
Hawaiiou Bavdware Co., L'ri
lOt.onMl- t-p.nltftl.' lll.Mlk
.g ,- STtWW..,
THE DECORATING COMMIT
teo of the Fourth Day of July
Celebration oilers tho following Five
Cash Prizes for Decorations;
ou that Day,f50; Second, $10; Third,
$30; Fourth, $20; Fifth, $10.
Tho Judges will bo Gent lemon
Selected br tho OOJcors of tho Gou-
oral Committee, who will Inspect j
tho Various Buildings and award
tho above Prizes according to merit.
GEO. E. STItATEMEYEIl,
W. P. BOYD, !
J. S. MARTIN.
L. T. KENAKE.
J. V. S1MONSON,
Honolulu, Juno 25. 181)1.
Tlp strainer "Clsnillne" will lcav Hono
lulu TUESDAY. JULY .tnl. at 6 p. m..
nrrlvlng t Kshultil i-ivrly tlm tmtrnlnp of
Itcturnlnfr., jis'sonccru enn Icsvp Mnslnrn
the stesnur "W O. Hnll," BrrlvlnR at Ho-
nolulutb s'lcrnoonot the ssnifclay.
Tickets for (be Round Trip $8.00.
Wednesday Afternoon, July 4tli,
AT 3 ISO C'CLOCIC
REMOVAL NOTICE 1
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Will remove to their new headiiuurters
ON OH AHOl'T JULY IHT
Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
1 1 1701 f
First Semi-Aunuul Exhibition
At King's Art OallerUs, Hotel Street,
Open from Juno 0th to July luh.
Kxhlbltlon nf Oil I'miitlnui Water "ulor,
l'Mitcli. bcnltitr. Wood rarvlnn and I'ur
Of lain I'aintiiiK' AiIiiiIhi ion, to Outs
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, I'd
Cor. Alien k Port St.,
1IOLLISTEU & CO.,
Al WAIK1KI ONTIIK
tiiurtnrt fur out- or two Hlu
uht llentleiiieni hoard oih
tlonsl; Imthlnit fuullltlea (tooil.
lUW-lf IIIM.IKriN OFFH'K
I .Mill A TF.KM OF NO'I
I1 lii Ui in live voiim lln
Iti-nlcli-iu'c ou Ylni-yard
Htrift. rci'tntlv nvvimhil hv
tho iiiidimlKiii-d. Yt-rv roiivmiiflil. rvi-rv
lliliiK In upplt-iilf nrdur In tuiviinudyut
out of town. Aiii'yto
IUUi-U K. H. UUNIU.
Robinson Block, Hotel
Wo have Just Received from Sun Fruncinco per Burkenthie
"Planter" the Largest AsKorttiiuiit of Furni
ture ever imported into this coun
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In Solid Oak mid of the Vory Latest Designs. Alio,
Kxtprii(iii ThIiIc.i ill size? with Chairs ami 8ldelHi-vr.il to snatch
Wh hivvo n complete stoelf of the.e go, Is.
DiTNti-nuereil with Portler nro tlio Intuit thing out
WICKER WARE I
V hr iHWiiitlfnl ilplr;ti of Hi!""- rixmIh, cniiMitliiK of Hufas, Chairs, fleckers. Etc.
Ktc. on can k'ct tlieit) kih1s in niiy finish you dftlre.
4Djm: j& :: s
t'nrlot rtisirs, Dliiiiiit-risun ehtilrs Kockliiic Clmlrs. OlIK-fi Clmtrn, Upholstered Chsl.i,
High eimlrs Kto., Ktc.
Cribs and Cradles!
u it.4oMiiif nt of Worm Wire MnttreiM, Hrltitf, llslr. Men, Wool ml Straw Mat
tresirs on hand mul iiimtc to ontor.
MVKMhKtth. t'KATHKUH AM)8II.K FI.0P8 KOlt IMI,1)W8,
UMNprnV BIIADKS IN AU.COI.0H8 AND UIXKH,
V.OKNieK I'OLKrf IN WOOD OK ItltASS I'ltlMMlNUft.
IIKl'AIItKli At ItKAWONAIll.K ItATKH.
Cabinet Making i""i Branches by Competent Workmen
Wo iiirtko n snvclnl feature of IN
I under tho rsoini) m-rviilini of Mn
All otir Goods nro llrsi.dus nud
cnnTini' ties iiimt nki-plli-sl
Our Prices are Positively Placed nt Bedrock.
Bull 526 TELEPHONES Mutual 646
OR l)W A Y & " PORTER.
By Lowls J. Lovoy
A.T AUCTION. f
i lum lntrnti-d hv Mlt J. I.. 1IDS1IKK I
to roll ni 1'iitilio Aiii'tlnn nt hN n-ldotnu
'.'jl KIiii; air.tt ton ui-uiiiintuf ilc.iriiiiti)
ION FRIDAY, .JULY Btii,
I n in it'ii nitL a i
Thu t Kutiro : Hounohold : i'tirniturit,
JOIlHtlllL' Of -
i b w. bedroom set
hiiri'iu Mnitre.i-i-, Mnriillo Net
.' It W W.irdroii.1. II v i-iiiiloiiifr
UjU Ujii'II'I-hi Unili-i; IiiIhu.
Ko) Sliht lloml, I'hnlrit. KxikL-r , W-Mii.hi
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Flag Pole and D. S. Flag.
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Alio, A law Varlhtlos ol Pttmi In Pots
O. R. fc L. Co.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1894,
I'liAUI. CITY .t UBTIUSNi
1st Cluss, 76c. Sd Glaus, 60c.
KWA 1'I.ANIAI'ION A IlkTl'ltV;
1st Clnss, $1. UA CIhbh, 76c.
tW Trains h-av- iloiiulniii
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;all star show
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1 l.iiroH..in 1 i-li'liiiiit"., I.' in number, will
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on v , on 'I'h ir.iin , Julv.). in I-, m. In
rolijiini'lloii (Mill llil- -Unlin I Olllliiuillloii.
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FOB YOKOHAMA DIRfiGT!
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Thursday, July 5th
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Wi HOIKI hTltKhT,
Wholesale l)teM In
LiQQors sufl Manila Cigars
General Chinese Merchandise
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AND AFTF.lt JULY Hi. THE
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Finest of Wines & Liquors
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