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THUHSUAY, JL'LV ii IMM
Titi'iistm. July f.
Tho Convention mot at 10 . in.,
Prnsidont Dole in tlio uliair.
Dol. Kalua g.ivo a verbal report
from tho couitnittoo of arrniitft'iiients
(or tirotnultf.ntlon of tint Constitn-
tiou, saving alt tho tnerabort of tin'
Couvontiou had bemi vitursns of
tho work's completion. Adopted.
Poun. Brown, in moving that th
Convention adjourn sine die, madoa
fvr remarks. Tho work the Con
voutioti bad been called to;ethor to
do was accomplished. The Republic
of Hawaii was lamirhcd atnoii the
family of nations. liven thoir on
pououts would yet acknowledge the
value of their" work. They had all
come toKethor with au 030 to nothing
but tho uood of Hawaii. None of
them had aos to grind. He believed
that they had accompliilied one of
the greatest works over done in this
country, and that tho ttrosi"i't. of
Hawaii were bright for good and
Coun. Kua seconded the motion
Del Kalua concluded a speech In 1
calling for three cheers for tho Wo-
public of Hawaii, which were given
Coun. Morgan nid they had been
hard at work for a mouth. The Con
vontiou had doubtless had au edu
eating effect, and before adjourning
they should give the silent uiembers
au opportunity of addrotitig the
people. He would cull upon Mevr. '
Pogue, Xott. Kauhauo aud U X '
Del. Pogue said hi fellow-delo-gutos
from Mmn did enough talking
for him, wlnlo ho soted as he thought
right aud aided in other work.
Couii Xott said everybody iu
Honolulu knew ho was not a talker,
but when it came to knocking down
ho could hold his own with au auc
tioueor. Ho camo out estenla
morning feeling likoa spring chicken,
but wont home feeling like au old
rooster. Laughter. 1
Dol. Wilcox made a remark that
was drowued iu laughter aud moved
tho pruviou (uetion.
Del. Kauhauo said his legilatii
oxperieuco began iu I Nil He could
not help favorably comparing the
proceedings of this Cmnention with
thoe of th old I.ogUla'uro.
Coun. Hmmeluih remarked that a
thoy had performed tho burial of
tho monarchy, thoy should now hear
Iroin their King.
Miu. King said ho wa not quite
educated up to beiug tin aecouiplnli I
od public speaker. i
Del. Carter naid that since tlio
woro blowing thoirowu horn, lliey
ought to hear omethiug from Sir
Dol. Horner uttilorrtouil the dele
gates had couio together to fraino a
constitution and not to display their
Vice"-President Wilder, as one of
the Committee of Thirteen and
therefore a pioneer in the move
uicut, would challenge anyone to
show that those who went into it
had porsoual end-, to serve. It had
been said by tho royalists opeciulls
one who had issued a good mau'v
pamphlets that the Tlurieeu hail
uo right to do what they did. Vet
what thoy had done vva endorsed
by the people.
Del. lSthbtin thought now ihe
should hear from tho matt who hail
dou the most talking. Me referred
to the gentleman mi Iil right (tho
Miu. Smith said lit had not been
without experience uf nn;iulili.,
having hitj teveral time a iiiombur
of the Legislature. They had been
called tilihuidorers, pirate, robhors
etc. Thoro were 111 tins Convention.
howov-r, six native Hwaiiau, fmir '
teou Huwaiiau-boru of fureigu par '
Hits, uiue Americans, three Kngiish- '
uieu, throe Portuguese aud two
Germans CCotin. Morgan What 1
about tho Irish;; 1 ho spuaker con
sidered thoy iiad uo ruasou to be
ashamed of the work of the Cou
vontiou. Tho Corn-Million just pro
mulgated did no injustice to au
class or nationality iu this ootintiv'
It was not a perfect document, jet,
it must ! remembered, ii took mauv
years to be well understood. Al
though thoy had differed strongly
from each other on various ques
tions, yol tho draft 1x1 tiually revised
was adopted Oy the uuauimouH vote '
of tho Convention.
Coun. Allen made a few remarks, I
taking pride iu tho work ai-com
Del. Vivas naid tint elected dele
gates were sent thoro to asil iu 1
giving the finishing touelie-. to lliOj
documout drawn up by tho leaders '
iu tho Provisional liovorumoni. Hit. I
countrymon thu I'oituguoho had al
ways blood for fiee government iu
this country. Their homo iiaditious
woro favorable to freedom. About '
1820 there was a struggle for free
government iu Portugal, iu which ,
8000 people lost their live. Ho read ,
a letter from a riovorumeut ollicail
in Portugal, exuressmg aiuirtcmtioii ;
of his (Vivas') services for the good
of his countrymen iu Hawaii. 1 11
concluding ho thought the members
of tho press, with one exception,
had handled thu proceedings of the
Couvoutiou ably aud fairly, and thoy
should uot bo forgotten.
Del. losopa thought they could
all return homo feeling happv over
tho successful issue of their labors.
Ho wished tho President and all the
members a very heart good-bv
Dol. Baldwin referred to tho .oxt
with which tho Fourth of July had
always boon celebrated in thee in
auds, but tho birth of the Ifopublie
of Hawaii yesterday gave tho da a
double reason for rojoteiug 011 its
ovory reourroiico Tho change from
a monarchy to a republic was so
great that it was uo wonder the Ha
waiiau pooplo so largely hold aloof,
but ho believed tho conciliatory
policy of thin Couvuuliou would
hnvo llio effect of reconciling a
great majority of tho people. They
might congratulate each other upon
the harmony characterizing tho
proceeding". There had boon harp
conflicts between tho evtremo radi
eals and extreme conservatives,
ltombs had been thrown across tho
house, but there wa no dynamite
in them. Thej hould expre. their
thank" to the uont lemon who had
framed tho original draft, and so ex
celleutly as to greatly facilitate the
earlv completion of the work. Ho
thought they had turned out a von
good Constitution. Some people
woro still heard saying this Uepub
lie would not last, that there would
beforo long bo a retuiu to the mon
archical Mstom Tins ho could not
bcliove. All history of the dotolop
mcut of free institutions throughout
tho world was against tho possibility
of such a retrograde movement.
Del. Kah.iuloho considered thin
had labored fur tho common good
of all. and could congratulate each
other 011 the result.
Conn Unite made a few remarks
in the same strain, staying ho regard
cd everything as all rlht.
Scrotnry Uodgers at the request
of the President read a statement of
the opinos of the Convention.
There remained to be paid wages
ami other expenses amounting to
about l(t)it. Ku'lusivo of the cost
of pnuiMig tho draft four times, for
which the lull had not yet been ron
dorcd, the expenses of the Conten
tion would amount toSlUOOiu roiiuil
President Dole acknowledged the
services of tho following named gou
tlomeii in aiding to prepare tho ori-
giual draft: . D. Aloxaudor, .J. A.
Kennedy. A S. Hartwell. F. H. Mo
Mocker. A. F Judd, C. Hrown, L. A.
Thurston, W. It Castle. A. O. M.
Robertson, V C. Wilder, Walter G.
Smith. W. X. Armtrong, C. L. Car
tor, 11 N. L'astlo and 11 P. Baldwin
the President poke of the work ac-
cotnplisbod, taxing it vv a noteworthy
that Mio actors iu historical ovonti
did not as a rule, while nctuallv eu- '
1 gaged in their labor-, fully appreci
! ate tho importance of thou woik It
' was he deemed work of a high char
atter. Thoy had proceeded with
: their work 111 this Convention rapid-
: ly, lndutnoiily aud harmoniously
It gave him groat satisfaction that
the Provisional Government, which
' oudod its career yesterday, had per
formed it. functions with Mich great
satisfaction. Mauv limes tho Gov
i eminent had been compelled to face
grave emergencies, H-ports that
were "T circumstantial had come
to I lieiu of contemplated attacks up
011 the Government. These reports
had been revived with minute cir
1 cuiiistantiilitv within tho past ten
da vs. Ho leferred to the incicasool
, sviupathy with them throughout tho
world which had succeeded tho wave
.of friomPv oiitlunumn that swept
over the Luited States. They would
' reiuombei tho fears of a Canadian in
vasion last December, ami perhaps
the invasion had actually begun.
1 There was undoubtedly hostility to
I thu Provisional Government in
I Canada for some time, but he had
I just received a coiumuuicat ion from
a gentleman in aiioouver calling at
toiilion to a great change in public
opinion there, the press of that
country lieiug now eiitiiely in sym
patiiy with the rrovisional Uovern
meut. With regard to all who now
stood aloof from them ho would be
speak for them au eMeiision of the
right hand uf fellowship to welcome
their adhesion to the Republic when
ever they chu'o to join the move
ment In conclusion tho Pcottdoiil
spoke feohuglv of tho support ami
confidence accorded to himself, ol
which it should ho his endeavor to
make himself worihv The Presi
dent of the Republic was only a
The President's address was greet.
wiih prolonged applause.
The Convention adjourned sine
die at I l:l." o'clock
Mechanics' Home, comer Hotel
.-vie! Xiiuauu ! reel. Lodging by
1 1 ay, week or month Terms: ' aud
00 cents per uiglil; fl and fl.'2i per
By Luwis J. Levey,
! TO-MORROW I
! Household -:- Furniture
I am .ll-tru tot Ok Mi; .1 I.. Ill "HKh
in -il in I'linliu And Ion a liU ruiiilunci'
, J..1. KIiik si nil c 11 uci'iinnt ul druirinrei
ION KU1DAY, .ll'LY (hn,
AT 10 O'l I.ni'K A l.
TIih : En. w'--?liold : Furuiturn,
( OllttMlllK of -
1 1 B W BEDROOM SET
priiic ilaltrv.w., Mti-iiulto Net
.' 11 vv vvnr.iroiH- 11 vv uiiuii)iinr
(i.ik Kxii-ioinii Hhilnii 'luhlu,
Kim h lln.iril, luir. It's-knr', Vcimela
ail i; i" lints Citrtion-, Liiiip" Unu'H
Clm-fc I'li'lurrs llflrlfjernior, Mini biifn,
I'riM-kt'rv ml tilii'hvvuru, KIivwimhI, etu.
"Itt'i'k C11OKIM1 hToVEiuil Uifii-ils.
Flag Pole and U. S. Flag.
Oiinlcn Hose. Tool. Kir.
Also. A low Varieties ol feres In Pots.
Tl?.is Evening 1
nmi i iiimi3
I. J I.IAKY
l'Kifl ii nd Maimer.
Vaudeville -- Co.
iii w .).
ALL STAU SHOW,
Al) iiiirlvulled ( oiniiuny of Aiuerioail nini '
l.ii' ix'iiii I elehrinex, I j in iiiiniliir, will
,i..e.ir in the ii,i-iii lloun' (or one iiilil
on , on lliirvl.ii, .lull . at n c, vi In
I'oiiiiineiion null thi -irniiK I iiiiiliinnlioii,
Ml-x IU Ml' ADAMt m.l up.uir In tln
M.IU'I'.MIM'. HAM Iv, itlia lihH luti'-l
l-lli- I- reiii'entili) I'h i m iiniiuiid
I'hnlo- uf I'uleliriitnl Voile
Skull en uuw to
eUUItMl III 4(1
I II I ii' 1 II I T A
I II ,t it ,t IV III' t i tin ti
iimimiiaii ui uiiaiiuuuui
Au AttoinpL-d Murdor and au Actual
About 8:15 o'clock this morning
people residing in th vicinity of the
fauoa road, running oil Nituanu
avenue, were startled oy two pistol
reports in quick MieceMon. It was
in a small cottage nearly opposite
tho entrance to A T. Atkinson's resi
lience. Shortly after tho shots were
heard a Portuguese woman rushed
out tho rear door with blood stream
ing from a wouud iu her face. She
tell down screaming for help, and
ueighbors attracted by her cries
went to her assistance. A iiiossige
was sent to tho Police Station and
Olllcors Holi ami Langloy were
quickly on the scene. The house
was entered aud a Portugucso, tho
alleged husband of the woman men
tioned, was found tying dead in a
pool of blood iu a little room iu the
rear of the parlor. His head was
iu tho middle of tho doorway lead
ing to tho rear and his logs were
towards tho parlor. His left hand
was on his breat and Ills right was
stretched out. Dr Cooper was tele
phoned for, but tho man was beyond
medical aid. I lie man Had stioi
IIIHII II III I HllllI T
hiuwlf in the head near tho right '
ear. Ulood was (lowing proiusniv
from tho wound and the floor was '
covered with thick blood.
The authorities had not been
made acquainted with the man's
name up to noon to day. Tho only
information that could bo ascertain- j
ed ou tho promises was that tho
man's name was Manuel Froitas, Ho ,
had been living with tho woman for '
some time, aud had two children by
her. About a mouth ago tho woman '
deserteil him and tho deceased was
nearly crazed by her conduct. He
went around to various people aud '
appealed to them to endeavor to iu 1
tluco tho vvoiuau to returu to him. i
Ho dually succeeded, and tho woman
returned. F.arly this morning the
couple were heard quarreling, and
prior to the shooting a noie as of
t rnifirlini' vvn lninril. V linn Ilii.
vvoniati rnti out hor fnce was eovored !
shot h.id part I v entered tho nose
aud glanced oil hor eye, Shu was
removed tti the Queen's Hospital,
where she is now, anil there are
I hopes of her recovery.
' An iuriuest ou the suicide will he
1 held at :l o'clock this afternoon.
9 . ...
V. ii. Nelson, who is iu the drug
imsiiifi al Kingville, Mo., ha so
much eouliiloiico In Cliauilierlaiu's
L'olio, C'huler.i and Diarrhion Item
ed that he warrants every hoi tie
and olTors to refund inonov to auv
customer vvno is not sntislied after
ikii muuvi ib nis (iiiit iiiuv tut?
using it. Mr. Nelson take no risk
in doing this Ih'cuiiso I ho touiedy is
a certain cure for tho disease for
which it is intended and ho knows
it It is for salo by all dealers, Hen
son, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
By Jivs. F. Morcnn.
Sale of Stocks
On SATl'UDAY, Jnlx
T 12 O-OI.OCK NOON
AT MY SALiBSROOM
I ltt Vl.. VI I'tlclK AI'ITIIIS
25 Sh.tres lj:er-ls!and S. N. Go.'s Slock
NOTICE Of 8ALK
Mil. O. WIT WISllK's !' itlVK
notice ( lil I'lirmntlnit In li.i tlil
ilny siililunt lih enrrlnui' Muiiiifai'torv mid
llie cixil will ( hl liiii-hii-H- in .Mil V. V.
WltKillT. Mr. WV-l i-urii.-llv ii-ilri- nil
hN oii-Ioiiut" to emu hue ilt.-ir iiairoiiiip'
it tliiMiM ntand vtltli Mr. Wriulit
Iiuti'ii Jiiih- :mi. tvii.
NOTICE OK PUUOHASK.
UAVIMi HOI'iillT Ol'T Till; lll'nl-nci-
of thf llonnhiiii C.irrliixc Maim,
(iiitory. ileal rr tu ijlvn IHilli'e to nil III)
vilitoini Hi, ilie cilMuiiieii uf II. Wtt uinl
tie t;iiiT.il imliliii licit 1 will L'lirrv on ih
liUnllH'vs iinuer tlit naiiii- inline ami at llm
old Inml on Tort utriet, iii-l ulmve llutrl.
W. W. UltlUMl.
D.lli-d llnliolillll. J mm. 'HI, Ih'tl.
In tb Oil cult Court of the First Cir
cuit, Hawuiiun Isluuds.
1IIK MVI'IKU OV Till. I'MlAI'K
I in i.'i In II., MAHKI. C. and IlKlt
HKItf i: NKW'ION. Mlnur-.
in rnidliiK ioil llllnt! tin- I'litlttim of '
elllii Ariiolil, llio uiiurilliin of llie imtkhii
hihI primuM) on Uo H,, MiiIhjI O. uud Her
licit K. NuAltiii, iniiiiirs, iiru.viiu; for unor
der of snli- ol ivr'uin real tiit Ih-IoiikIhk
(o lier xiilil nrl. the nun. liclnn A . 1 1 1 1 1
ii tut Hot Itiijal l'uteiit Ml, I. C. A. Ml, to
N. 11. KuiLiniil, l mile ill KuIuvmiIiIiiu,
Niiiiuu i. llniioliilii. OiIiii. mid ni'iiort
liuviiiK' no iiinlli'iilnl oiie-lmlf liimrct
tli-rein, mid mjuIiih fortli curliiln li-ul
reuhoim wli) miuli red I cutnto vliould tiu
old to.wlt: tlml It unilM lie to tint lienellt
ol naii I VMirda lo nh.I Kiluli IiiihI uinl reinvent
It i livreh) onli-ri d I lull llie new of kin
of llie mid uarilwind nil in roih iiiterft d
III tin Mild utate, Uiiear liefore tliiK I o.iit
i oil .MIIMI.VY. llie .'.! d dm ol July. A I).
Is'll, lit luoolo.ik h in , lit the Court Itoom
of till- Conn, In Honolulu Otiliii,tlien mid
tlicut to hIioht ruittu uIiviiii mdiir hlioulil
not lie grunted for the Milnuf -.iwIi etuiie
lluti'd Honolulu. .ImiiiVil, IS'M
Hy the Court:
UK.'!-'.'! 3w I lerk
FOII YOKOHAMA DIKE IP'
I UK Al HTHAMHHII
Ml IK I MARUr
SHOO To I In.
IIIO.MI'hUN, ( OMMAMKB.
Will lentr for the ulmve ,ort on or iilxiul
i Saturday, July 7th
l " r fnrtlier parliiiiilnr riiinlini: I'telht
1 mill I'iiimiikii, hiiI) to
W 0. IKWIX .V CO, U'iI.
AK'iit Million Yiunu Kalihi
flawaiiaiiMra Cl L'i
Tucs'lau, July J, lSti
l'lie scheme to run a line of
steamers from Taeoma to Yo
kohama, makimr Honolulu a
stopping point is gradully tak-
, ing shape. Taeoma is now,
! ami has been for several years,
, the shipping point for a vast
; amount of products of North
j Western Washington. Rail
roads from points east of the
mountains connect the great
! wheat producing district of
! Walla Walla Valley with tide
I water and the promoters of the
'w ' anticipate a large.
in Washington pro
ducts between these points.
line gets this
business now by means of a
transport between Taeoma and
Vancouver, and the idea of the
Great Northern is to secure
the business without the extra
handling ol freight Washing
ton is a gresit state, rivaling
Minnesota in the production
of wheat and Jjivin to the peo-
of the northwest fruits
more luscious than California
can grow. If a lint: of steamers
from Taeoma to Yokohama
calling hr.n; could a made to
pay it would certainly b a
ood thing for 1 lawaii. liverj
vessel that docks here means
money to the merchants; the
more vessels, the more money,
ami it is the same in any city
with a harbor. Some years
ago a city on Iiget 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
' :.. ;... i.. ....i... .. ,.r ....
I in mm.- iiiiiiiu aiiu-uui m .. tn-I
, try. I'Vom that time until to
, day it has been a case of the
1 "survival of the fittest." The
! first town with its 5300,' 03
custom house and glorious
climate has sunk into insigni
ficance; vessels which formerly
entered aud cleared there go
further up Sound and the trade
has gone with it. So it has
been here on the Numls. I. a
haina is to-day commercially
dead, hundreds f people here
can remember counting 200
vessels in the harbor at one
time Is money a plentiful in
Honolulu as when the harbor
was full of whaleships' It is
easy to note the change which
have taken place since the
da).s when the .shipping at La
haina was larger than it is to
day It is as easy, then, to
calculate, the bent fits to be de
rived from additional lines of
steamers into Honolulu
If there has ever been a
better iron stove than the
"l'ansy" manufactured we've
not heard of it. Hundreds of
these stoves are in use here,
and ev ry one has given satis
faction. We have them in
three sit:s and keep getting
them by eveiy steamer. If
you want a good baker that
uses the minimum quantity of
fuel you can do no better than
to buy a 'Pansy."
The "U. & I)." 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
Hawaii.-u HanlwaroCo., L'd
H,ii,. hfiimVi !' Itlivk
!n7 your writwioT.
Hotel SlrrM (Arlington Block)
Just Deceived another In volte of
Japanese Fancy Goods
I'lnln and Floured Bilk and Crni.
MORNING GOWNS ixzzz?
Plain Silk ami Einbmidored
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Silk Fans, Onshluns,
Knibroldcrcd HUk Tea Code, !
Tnlilo (.over. Hut (Vivcrs, ,
811k Sitslics, Ncrkvveor
Beautiful China Ware !
Salad llnwls, Hen-ben l)llies
l'lats. Kt Ktc.. Kin ,
Hllk and Cotton I'alsmns.
Units, Elegant l.nmti Blindes,
HsiiiIkio TaMes, l.unrh llnvkets,
llainl'oo Valises. JnputiM- Trays
Etc., Etc., Etc.. Et
Mrs. J, P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
The Tagiiwn Coal Mine is
located in Ftikuoka Ken in
the Inland of Ivhirihui, Japan,
and wiih discovered about
twenty years ugo. It was
owned by the government
and mined dimply for the
(treat improveuieutH, how
ever, were made since it was
sold to u corporation about
six years ago, by importing
mining machinery from tiu-
rope aud Ameriea.
Tngnwa Coal is used more ,
than al) other Japanese coals
follovil),r COtllltrieH ' '
Manila aud Strait's
Sfttlenients. It has found
its way even to Bombay.
Two cargoes have been
imported into the Hawaiian
Islands recently, and it has
no superior in this market as
stove or steam coal.
ii. Ii. HOAUD.MAN,
Sole Agent for K. Ogurn it
Corner Nuumu & Hoiel Streets
Silk Dress Goods,
- M COMUth-
I'lnln and llriK'udi-d
JAt'A.NKSK COTTON fit U'h
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
Hllk Illoiie. Silk N. ktli.-,
Gold and Silver Scarf Pius,
Huiiilkurchielk, SIihwid, SuiIics
Hn.'lur) uud Chinlp(
Juuiiiiie rrayh, Ilninhoo Scrvii,
Tra Sett, Flower I'nta, Ktc, htc.
Califoruia Fruit Market,
CorniT Kill); A Aliika Htit
Kmr bti'iiuiur from bun hrun
Fresh Fruit. Oysters.
Km. Kin. Kir.. lite
Drawing and Painting.
D. Howard Hitchcock
liruwiiiKund 1'iiliitlHK taught hy thu lat
est KuroM-un ini'thoils. Clui'MJVtiry u
iii'nduy uud tiuliirduy (oronooii from C a. i.
to l'i noon.
tfk. U-Ktotn1 lor l'i 1 vii lu I'liplU in agn'
mill llni'N of ivork uUo t;ivi''i.
M- TIikBIuiIio will !
ivnri Krldny hIU'iiumiii,
oiKii to vlHitor
Q TO 9 J. 2&.
Do nut forttut thu tiimi to rmit !)
152 "Mutual Tolopunno 152.
N I" QURQSlSfl
Ii il ill iriiifiird lo f iilr (iiirdim I !
hiritiklim. vVutur Tii Hlnm iiivi und
nharnliii; nil Uin liiul. Iiu'liidini 1 ur
IliK KnlVim Hlnl brlMi.n. Uiun Muwir. .1
iHilnltv. AUo KulliiH UIhih In fait all
klllil Of Jnlililntt WuiV cnlli'J for Hlid !
turiitil M U
Roblusoa Block, Hotel
We have dtist Kcceived from Sun FrunctKeo per Burkeutine
"Vlantcr" the LargcHt AsHortment of Furnt
ture ever imported into this coun
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In Solid Onk mid of the Vnry U-vtesI Dtilgn. Alsu,
Kilnnileii Tuliles all .il.i's with lhalrs and Hldeboarla ' toxti'li
We Imvc a comp'etH stwk of thee poods
rlth I'ortlers nre tlm
WICKER WARE I
W have liemittful dfjni of lli"."n poodi, ciiIMltiB of Sofni, Chairs, Rockr. Etc
Ktv. on on n get these K"d In nur finish you deilre.
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1'Btlnf 1 lutiri, nitiliiK-riMini Chairs, Kooklui: I'hnlrt. OllW Chair, Upholstered (,'tl.-n,
IIIkIi Chair Kit.-., Ktc.
Cribs and Cradles!
ltti rtiiHnt of Woven Wlru Mtllresvei,Sirliiff, Hair, SI mi, Wool unit tftr Mw
ttDfsen mi h.ind mid nnvde to order.
LIVKUKKHk KhAI'HKItH .VNUSII.K KI.OH8 KOIt I'll. LOWS.
WtNHOW SIIAPKS IN ALI.COI.0UH ANDHIZKM,
COltNIOK I'Ol.KH IN WOOD OK UUAHe) IKIMMINOH.
IIKI'AIKKI) AT ItCAHilNAIILK IIATK8
Cabiuct Makiug " Braochos by Competent Workmen
tu We in like n MH-cltil foKturi- of IN IT.
'' lt"',ttr "1" lonal ihtvUIiiu of Mr.
Vl All rnir Goods arc llrit-i:lii nnd
couviiirr the moil iWepllnil
Our Prices are Positively Placed at Bedrock.
Bull 525 TBLRPIIONES Mutual 646
OKDVVAY & rOHTKK.
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Old Stand Swept Away.
I AM Ml I.I I'ltUI.Miiai lo fl'l'l'.lt
1 lull nd, lli-miiMiM't, ..r luiild mii thine
lii'louttiiiK to tin' lliilliliiit! I rmlf.
U AH nnlwt.
Ivllll llnt will Im
U. W. LINCOLN.
St., bet. Fort it Nuaanu.
tntet tiling out
W hare Oihih l.
UK) It DIX'OUATl.SO.
frnin tho .iry
I. Kin-1 Hoiin- . lilt (tl
Tlic following testimonial
has been reeeived from a, pro
inlneiit plantation owner and
Honolulu, 11. I., May W, ItfH.
I'm irii II vim' vhk Tn. I.'d, Honolulu.
You uk mv opinion of l.ucol a a Palm
1 hnru fXKTlnifiit(i witti l.ui-ol Oil lot
outshlt uud liihido work, iilso on Iron work,
imliitliii; my vaciiuin pan, iinvcblncrv ana
iinttiluKiils, with ll und tho rusult has
hcuu moat sutlsfartory. It ilrlm bardur,
makek u U-ttur lluish, koo fatthwr and 1
more satisfactory In every way than lln
I'urluln imiut work hlch wu alwayj
sticky with linsued oil. drla hard whn
l.ucol Oil wa used
Voury truly, Auu. Drkikk
Diruotiun tor Use.
tin; l.wcui. 111 ovui) reroi in tlm
Kiiinu niimui'r us yuu would luitoed
il, with tin Hiitlc nst'uiitio tliiuyuu
iimy mill lolly oiuitmrt"r umrc l.u
col. to the MitiiL iiuitiitity uf pigtniint
tliuti you would of liiiffi'il
In tiding nudiillui, Voni.ti.ui riiit, ilio
ooliti'B, iiuil diIr'i dry liiviuiuiits, it in
iidviMibli) tu mix up the luiint nt luaisi
iihf il.iy Imforu it it- ti bu utt'd, thou
mill 11 tliinl iiinrv l,t'Coi. und tiio paint
will In' filllinl in ruvi 1 wll hi id li:lV4
1 Koixl itlufe
NKVI'.lt UM'. .1 1'.Nm
1 U'liuio Imril piirfucLb suiili At llixjm,
tuipH, inc., siru riMjuircd uat- liilitntc
only, twvi-r iiuo .liipuno
I.Ut'OJ. AIIXKS WITH VAll
I mid Hi-Hi-th tliuir working itml 1111
pnvr tlii'ir HiMuriiai'u hut thkv
I Hll()i.ll UK IIHKD HAMR DAY UIKV AKK
1 mim;u, iitlu-rvviM.' llm tuiii of the vi-ui-li
iimy In' piccipit.iti'il or tin mix
t mi' iMirdli'd
I'lio iiililitluu ol Irum to ol .v
cm tn viiruiKlii-N ilnou not n diu ihuu
lu-tri our n turd ilirir Iririli'iimt? mid
' ih vini: viol 11 pri vi nu ihi ir nifkinij
Agents for tlie HawaiUn lsUuds
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