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NOTICE OF TEA0HEK8' EXAMINATION
An Hiawitintlon for l'rlmftry Graile Cer
tificates will be held at tbe Fort street
School, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY,
August 2d and 3d, commencing at II a m.
Teachers and othent should forward their
names at once to the lnsprclorUeneral of
Schools at the Hoard of Education.
A1.ATAU T. ATKINSON,
tnspcetor-Ucneral of Schools
ZU gnUi, gulUHn.
PIuIqhI to neithtr tlnst tut I'urty,
but Kutabltih'd for Ifco Utnffil of All.
THURSDAY, JULY 12, 18SM.
OH, COMB OFF THE ROOF.
Tbe following is the sop to tho
jingoes given in tho Republican
platform of California, under tho
heading, "The Hawaiian Question:"
Eight We declare that tho pres
ent Democratic national Adminis
tration, in its policy toward the Ha
waiian Islands, which cotumoncinl
with the hauling down of the Am
erican (lag which was floating peace
fully over them, followod with the
attempt to restore to power a de
throned Queen, aud has bwn con
tinued over since with tho mint
cheerful disregard of the wishes of
tho people of this country and the
people of these islands, has violated
tho settled policy of the Kotiublic,
caused the President of the United
State to go beyond his constitu
tional authority, disregarded the
amltr that should siltd, botwotsu na
tions at poace nud has thus brought '
unnecessary reproach upon the Am- J
orican Nation. I
The California Republicans have
not the courage to go tho whoio
length of tho jingo policy and advo
cate tho anuexatiou of the Hawaiian
member of the command. He testi
fied to Col. Sopor's fidelity ftud tho
valuablo assistance he had rendered
tho Executive. Ho had accepted
the position at a timo when few men
woro ready to tako it.
President Dole regarded tho pro
posed action as very appropriate. It
would do honor to the whole force.
Tho readiness, vigilance aud disci
pline which tho force had been
under, and tho constant watchful
ness of tho Colonel commanding,
had doubtless in a largo measure
produced the peaceful solution of
tho situation. Thov miiriit congra
tulate themselves on having passed
through tho trying 18 months pat
without bloodshed. If there had
been an attack made upon the Gov
ernment in that period, tho Colonel
woidd have been ready to meet it.
Therefore, ho felt that ho was as
deserving of recognition as if he had
been called upon to face actual war
fare. Tho resolution nnssed.
The bill to provide for mail com
munication with the coast of North
America was reintroduced, not hav
ing passed its final stages under tho
Secretary Hodgers read the week
ly statement of tho treasury. The
recoipts were 131,134.97 aud the ex
Minister Hatch moved tho follow
ing resolution, which was received
with applause and carried:
"Hesoiveu.-lliai tho rresiuoui
Mil Hutnn Co., W
Tuesday, July S, IA91,
aud members of tho Executive Couu
cil shall be officially addressed sim
ply by the title of their respective
ollicos, thus: 'To the President' or
'Mr. President': aud similarly the
memliers of the Cabinet. The terms
'excellency,' 'honorable' and words
of like import shall not bo used in
officially addressing members of tho
Mr. Emmoluth propounded ques
tions to tho Executive regarding re
cent arrivals of Japanese.
The Councils adjourned till uoxt
Editor Uullctim: -
In your issuo of the 10th Inst. I
PBO ThatFORE LEGISLATURE
MmUuk of tha KxecutlVB nud Ad-
Tho Executive aud Advisory Coun
cils of tho Republic of Hawaii met
as auch for the first time this after
noon. Mr. C. Drown movnd a resolution
for reorganization, to the ouVct thai
the President of the Republic pre
side, and that Dr. Rodgcrs lw Secre
tary. President Dole did not wish to he
tho presiding officer, but would iimiii
nato the former Vice-President, Mr.
V. C. Wilder. It would be a com
pliment that gentleman had earned
by his past services aud abilities as a
Minister Hatch seconded tho
amendment, which then passed.
Mr. Wilder iu taking tho chair
thanked tho Councils for the honor,
but would have preferred to see the
President coutinue in tho chair.
Miuister Smith moved thnt the
Laws of tho Provisional Govornmout
bo printed, indexed and bound.
Minister Hatch moved the follow
"Whereas a recent mail has
brought the painful news of the as
sassination of His Excellency M.
Caruot, tho President of tho Repub
lic of Franco.
"Do it resolved that tho Executive
and Advisory Councils of tho Ho
Cublic of Hawaii, miudful of the
ouorable career and unsullied name
of the illustrious mau whoso un
timely death has thrown all France
into mourning, hereby express their
deep sorrow for the inestimable loss
which tho Government of Frauce
aud its people have suffered, and
their detestation of the dastardly
crime which has been committed
not ouly against Franco, but also
"Do it further resolved that this
resolution be spread upon the miu-
utes of this body and that a copy
be forwarded to the President of
tho Republic of France."
President Dolo spoke on tho ieao
lution, urging tho propriety of tmch
action on tho part of the Republic
of Hawaii. Ho referred to the mau
nor of President Caruot's taking off,
being struck down by one of tho
dangerous class knowu as anarchists.
The resolution passed unani
mously. Prosidout Dole reported that be
fore the proclamation of tho Repub
lic he had received the resignation
of J. H. Sopor, Colonel command
inn tho forces, and had accepted it
to take effect ou July 5.
Mr. Young moved tho following I
'"Whereas John H. Soper, Colonel I
commanding X. G II., has resigned i
his Raid command, his resignation 1
taking effect July fill), lbltl; :
"Do it resolved, that Uiofexwutuo
aud Advisory Councils of the Repub
lic of Hawaii hereby express their
hearty recognition of the courage,
fidelity and patriotism with which
Col. Soper has performed tho ios
ponsible duties of his command,
which has covored the eutiro term of
tho Provisional Government of tho
Hawaiian Islands from its inception
to its rotiromout iu favor of tho Re
public of Hawaii.
"And that as a token of their ap
preciation of his important services
to the Proviuional Government we I
hereby tender him a sword and the
thanks of these Councils.
"Do it further resolved, that this
resolution be spread upon tho min
utes of this body aud a copy bo for
warded to Col. Sopor."
Mr. Emmoluth opposed tho pas
sage of tho resolution, considering
that Col. Sopor had received all the
compensation to which ho was en
titled. Minister Hatch hoped the. resolu
tion would be adopted. Any com
pliment tendered to a retiring com
souder was a ootnpllueut to evory
read au article staling that all the
special "constables." or whatover
uatno they wont by, had boon dis
I charged. It appears to mo that all
. tho regulars have either been dis
' charged or are on leave of absence,
or perhaps gone as a body guard to
tho Marshal. Last evening in a
house beyond Kavvaiahao occupied
by natives, there was a second edi
tion of "Donnybrook Fair," and the
writer witnessed tho most brutal
treatment of a woman by her intoxi-
caiou uusoanu. uiey nimpiy mane
night hideous with their yells aud
obscene language, and when there
appeared no chance of a cessation of
hostility, a constable was looked for,
but tho messenger had to walk clear
to tho station house before finding
one, and on his arrival the door was
simply closed in his face, and the
performance wont on inside without
interruption. There are worse nui
sancer than tho royalists, but they
appear ol no cousequeuco to tne
ilico lorco. Not a srcviAL.
Honolulu, July 11, IS'.U.
By Lew la J. Xievoy,
Regular Cash Sale
TO-MOKKOW, .July IHth,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. XL.
1 will fll nt I'nhllo Auction n Inrict- as
Naw 8iwlng Machines, Etc., Etc
- aio -
Hous' hold Furniture,
Inrlndliiji I M T. lllank Walnut lltxlnxim
6et, hie, K'v.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF THE
Of the Late Dr. Trormeao.
1 am tn-lrucicd by iUssrs. firure Curt-
lcliiiyr, hirciu irml
wriulit and II E. Mi
ilic Kstutrt (if tli'j late Or Trowsuu, to
hjI1 ut I'ublla Auction, at my buleiroom,
On MONDAY, July Kith,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
The holt) of the Vuluable Library Moiir
Iut; to wilil KHtHie.ci.iiilitlnt; ol
English and French Medical, Scientific,
Botanical and Historical Works.
And a Inro manlier ol
French Novels by Eminent Authors.
Mh- The almvu valuable collection art)
now mi vie
- OlVIt". MV
Mr. Samuel Adelstein
Solo aodolinlat and LnfaUt,
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE,
Tuesday Evening, July 17th
The, scheme to run a Hue of
steamers from lacoma to Yo
kohama, making Honolulu a
stopping point is gradully tak
ing shape. Tacoma is now,
and 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 oroduciner 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.
Wc understand the Canadian
and Australian line gets this
business now by means nf a
transport between Tacoma and
Vancouver, and the idea of the
Great Northern is to secure
the business without the extra
handling of freight Washing
ton is a great state, rivaling
Minnesota in the production
of wheat and giving to the peo
ple of the northwest fruits
more luscious than California
can grow. If a line of steamers
from Tacoma to Yokohama
calling here could be made to
pay it would certainly be a
good thing for Hawaii. Every
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 Paget 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. From that time until to
day it has been a case of the
"survival of the fittest." The
first town with its $300,xx
custom house and glorious
climate has sunk into insigni
ficance; vessels which formerly
entered and cleared there go
further up Sound and the trade
has eone with it. So it has
been here on the Islands. La
haina is to-day commercially
dead; hundreds of people here
can 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
better iron stove than the
"Pansy" manufactured 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 and 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 "Pansy."
The "D. & 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.
Cut Prices !
ALL CUT PRICES BET
Benson, Smith A Co.'s,
Corner Fort So 'Hotel Sta.
CUT RATES ?
JUST COMPARE TUB FIGURES TOO BUSY
TO ARGUE. WKSKLL
German Syrup 55c.
Culver's Root Beer, 15c.
Hop Bitters 75c.
Celery Beef and Iron 75c.
Scott's Emulsion (large) 75c.
Scott's Emulsion (small) 40c.
Fig Syrup (large) 75c.
Fig Syrup (small) 40c.
jST We havo tho Largest and Bct Stock on
Inland. Wo nllow NO ONE to undersell iw
From a Inrire and varied utoek the undorHiened would d
particular attention to the following :
CnuipriMiug California lluy, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bruu,
Middlings, Oat, Corn.
KS6 ( addition to our usual stock of thctic we ate now
currying Washington Bran, Outs and Rolled Barley.
Thews are each poHscMHud of strong feeding propert'ten uud
are well worth u trial by all into rested in stock.
-rri T . rfc TT "CP Ctliforaia. art
"" " " " Vuoiagtoa State.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
ORDWAY & PORTER
Robinson Block, Hotel St., bet. Tort It Nnnanu.
tio l ftttuijfk in
lUrrelt ami Half Marru
1a, Ai !), tr mi.
UTtriMKiliViarw, tit in
KiitllU Dairy. lt '
ItUVfC SA t.T
SOAPS Callfnfttl l,aiitifv
HA SI. HAVOS. aUh'Kbh
(J run Kiioa
"I'limrar," to it mv to ki-th.
A rthntra trlt f unmOii tvn..
We have JtiHt Received from San Fruncineo per Burkentine
"Planter" the Largest Assortment of Funii
tun ever imported into this coun
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In Soldi Onk ami ol the Very tacit Drrlitn. AIo,
Kiifftiiinn Tubles all site- with ('halm and Hmeboarda to mit.-b
We have a complete t4ck nt thea goodi.
Wc have ibin in
rltb Portlera art) the latent thine out.
count 1am variety.
J C Miirtnu'a XtiRliab Orocrlia,
aroaa A Blackwall'a Knirllah Qrowifa,
Ubbjr, KcNU A Libby'a Oaunad ,
Ricbardaon A Kobbtn'a Canond
t'l, Table ami IHw
TH ami Ih U. ..i
A largt tani)
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
irwitaxiritui'iit uf Wovttit Wire MnUrsisiH, Hprlnu, Hair. Mini, Wiwil ami Btran Mau
trratfi on IihiiiI unit matin Ui onler.
I.AIUIK 8TU0KH OK
Plaumtliiu Suiiplies. Mmn, Dry Mi
Mm, Finiiin. Bit, Bit.
II K1) AT MODKKATK I'ltlUKh
UVKUIiKrli. Kh-MKItH AND8II.K Kl.OSh KOK l'll.l.OWS
WINlKlW HIIADKrf IN A 1,1. COl.OKS AND SIZK8.
COUN'IUK t'OI.KH IN WOODOIt 11KAKH IKIMMINOH
mm. Louops 1111 Dilrnbt
ilKI'AlltKI) AT ItKAHONAIII.K KATKb.
THEO. H. DAVIES &C CO. ICabinet Making i..-mu Branches by Competent Workmen
KvongSingLoyj SING LOY,
We nmkii a hih-.-Ii.I frittim il N'ltCltlOlt DKCOKAT1NO.
Ii uuJtir tbe pemonitl bU-'rviniou of Mil. Okobuk Oruwav.
LnttMt U'lalKn A rtxlt will
iO' K.1DJI St., "TbouiM Block
Muiildl Tblh. m
i OI'SS King i oeif Vauoili .U
P. 0. box 207 . Mutual Tele. 68ft. P 0. Box 207.
CliintjHt;, .hijtiiiins' and Indian (J.mxIn!
Indian Silks, laiceHund Linens.
liipauuHc Cnqics, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls aud Scurfh,
Grass Cloth, Rattan ChairH, Etc., Ktc.
RSA Com.iletc TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cuttfrs and a complcU line of English and
Iflfc- All oar Uixxl are tlrht-clnst aud liom the very
Ci'UYlnne tu iiioul akiipllrnl.
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Our Prices are Positively Placed at Bedrock.
Bell iV25 TlflliEPIIONES Mutual 646
OllDW A X &" PORT E K.
Perfect, fit ruaranteed.
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats !
SOMETHING NEW JUST OUT
Trunks, Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Etc.. tfitu.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
VING FAT CHAN
Hpk to Inform tlif public that tboj
bavH oHinetl u
Branch Store at No. 322 Nuaana Street,
Where tliMy carry 11 complete llneof
IIKDItllOU 8KTH, CHAlltS,
STAN US, Etc., Klc, Etc.
Puroltura Repilnd and Qnral Jobbing
at Keuonabln Rate.
3."J Niuiatm Kirect.
NOTICE OF INOOEPOUATION.
rpiIE IIUSINKBS HUtKTOKOUE OA1U
L rleil mi liy Theo. II iMvies A; i o ol
llniioliilii. in-, hoen liirorimrated under the
title of "Tlieo. 11 D.ivius & Co.. Llmltel.
E. V. liUl.lTuKIH,
Honolulu, July U, 1KUI. 107it-3i
ELIiOTION OF 0FF10EB8.
A TTHK FIltST OK.NKKAI. MKRHNU
1 lit 'J'lIKO M. IHvikh A Co., LlMlTICII,
i h lil ut tlii'ir olhct'H on July 0, 18HI, tba
(ollnwlng Ullli-ora wi re aiipntulc'il, vli.:
Maiiucliii; Dlri'dor .Then. H. Pivle,
nini.iii ITIini. It. Walker,
Dlreitom . u-raiicUM. Swaiuy,
H uretHrv K W. HoMsworth,
Irui.urer . . V. H. lialnl.
K. W IIOLDSWOKTH,
lloimliilu, July I), I8II. 107t St
MISS KATE MinilEW.HoiiraiinA Vinllii
MI.S V I. WAKUINEII, CnntMlto.
Mil WII.I, II. HOUOS.'lelinr;
MIHrt NKTriKlltlHHANH, I'iaiin
MIBSM i'ATY Vlnllir
M It. OKU. I'AIUH. Hute,
llux I'lmi at 1..
I Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
ili-rtlU HnhM' Btuok,
'Mn l)RT STKMKT.
HOLLISTER & CO,
(lave made another Largo Importation of
HrAiiiU nf I, A CONSTAN01A am) HI. COM ETA
Large Aaaortinont of Shapes aud Slztia.
For Sale In Boot) or Duty Paid, Cor, Port ft Merchant Streets.
jOld Stand Swept Away.
1AM rtTll.l, I'ltEI'AKKll HI Hlll'KK
tnlitiil, Itccoiuiriict, or bullil HiiythiiiK
beloiiKlni: to III" llilllillliK Truilu.
tmr All iinltTB h (I with Juliii Null,
Kinj; Mtri-f t. will he iruiiiill atteinlnl to.
(. V. LINCOLN
" JiWy ir,ir0'iiiii vJOH 'PRIN'1'INH
fc.. ,tl tkt UulUtin tlftis
Saturday Afternoon, July Hit),
a.t siao 0'ox.ooac.
WICKER WARE I
W bat Ixtutlful i1ciIru ot these Kxli, o.inili-tliiR ut Sofai, Chain, Bnokari, Etc
Etc. You can gel there kkhU Id any uulsh you desire.
3 'MM.JSL HIS S
Parlni Cbalra, IHmutf-room balr, Hooking Cbalrn, Offlca Chain UphnUUrM hai.-
! High i.'lmlm, Etc, Etc
I Cribs and Cradles!