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iT IS TO BE "short horso Boon
ourrlod" Willi this session of
tbo Logislaturo.arulit ia probable)
tli at Homo important rncnRuros
will bo ovorlookod. This mnttor
of inducing iintnintion from tbo
I Unitocl Stutcs is ono tlutt eliould
havo tho uttontion of tliu mombors
Without much doluy. Tho nioro
pooplo thnt nro hero pormanontly
tho bottor will bo tbo bnsinos9 of
ovory storo koonor on tbo islands.
A good furmor" is worth some
thing to tbo storo keeper who sells
bonost goods at low prices, that's
ub. We nro offering ribbons all
hvidtbs at pricos thnt actually
mako us ashamed to toll you what
they are. Tho coats of our rivals
turn green with ouvy when they
hoar of thorn. Wo have them in
ovory concoivablo bhado.
Our stock of undorwear has
nevor been equalled, much loss
oxcollod in oitbor quality or prico.
It is absolutoly tbo best at what
)jou pay for a second or third class
article It was only by ohanco that
wo socurcd tho stock of a well
known doalor in Sun Francisco,
(overstocked was his uxouso for
disposing of it), and ns wo got
them far below the market valuo
wo nre enubled to givo you tbo
benefit of onr good luck. Tboy're
going rapidly, tboso suits, and you
)inust speak quiok if you want
If you are thinking about get
ting a riding or bicyolo suit you
bad better look into our ladies,
cloth and sorges. The quality is
right and bo is tho prico. All
sbados and desirable widths.
.THE TBlOT PASBION,
510 Fort Street.
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
318 Fort St. - Telephono 91.
California Fruit Market.
Corner King and Alakea Streets.
BY EVERY STEAMER
From Son Francisco with
Fresh Fruits, Oysters, Salmon, Poultry,
Eta, Etc., Etc.
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on band.
Estimates givon for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring a spooialty.
, 32-td Manager.
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To the Public and Tourists.
Any party wishing to tako a
rido around tho Ielund, or to tbo
Pali, can be accomomdatod at a
small cost by F. Smith, tho Bus
man. At Smith's Stablos can bo
found at a momont's notice Buss
es, Wagonottes, Buggies, Saddlo
Horses, etc., for biro.
Spocial attention paid to Tour-
ists wishing to tako in the sights
at a small faro. This is tbo cheap
est place in town.
Horses broke, double or single;
also borsos bought, sold or ex
changed. For furtbor particulars
apply to m
1 F. SMITH,
Bus and Livory Stablos.
King St, botweoii Fort and Botbol.
Telephono 408. June 18, C-mo.
Ayr iu liuru'uiv urun
I tm nir irtiTiiMii TTnmt
DEPUTIES, THE SHERIFFS AND THEIR DEP
UTIES, THE POWER TO ADMINISTER OATHS.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the Republic of llaivaii:
Section 1. Tho Marshal and bis Doputios and tho sevoral
Sheriffs and tboir rospoolivo Doputios aro boroby authorised to
ndministor oaths in all casos in which oaths are by law author
ized or roquirod to bo takon or ndministorad, or in which tho
udministoring of an oath may bo propor.
Section 2. This Act shall take offoot from the date of its
Approvod this 9th day of July, A. D. 1895.
SANFORD B. DOLE,
President of tho Ropublio of Hawaii.
AN ACT RELATING TO THE RESTRICTION OF CHINESE
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the Jtepublio of llaivaii:
Section 1. It shall bo lawful for the Minister of Foreign
AGtiirs to grant permits as shall bo recommonded by tho Board
of Immigration, .upon the application of tho om ploys rs of do
mestic, agricultural or mill labor, to any Obiueso now residing
in the Hawaiian Islands under tompnrary residonts permits
issued in accordance with Seotiou 2 of Chaptor 80 of tho Session
Laws of 1892, to remain in this country H9 agricultural laborers,
or domostio servants.
Section 2. Such permit shall contain tbo condition,
printed in both tho English language and inChinoso characters,
that tho bearer is allowed to remain in this country solely on
oondition that while here, bo will engage in no trading or
mechanical occupation, other than domostio florvico or agri
cultural labor in the field, or in rice or sugar mills, and that bo
will whenever ho shall caano to follow his vocation as agricul
tural laboreHn tho Gold, or in rice or sugar mills or as domestic
sorvant, louve this country, and that for every brouoh ot iuch
condition, be shall, on conviction by any District Magistrate,
bo liable to a fine of ono bundrod dollars.
Section 3. Upon the issuance of such permit to suob
laborer or servunt, the conditions upon which bo entored this
country shall bo void, and the bond theretofore given by him
shall be cancelled, and bo shall thoroaftor bo subjoat to a11 tbo
conditions,"restraint3, regulations and ponaltios, vvhioh are im
posed by law upon Chinese who come to this country to ongago
in domestic service or agricultural labor in tbo field, or in rice
or sugar mills upon permits issued to them under tbo provisions
of Chaptor 80 of the Laws of 1892, as amended by Aot 74 of
tbo Laws of tho Provisional Government, and Aot 27 of tho
Laws of tho Ropublio of Hawaii.
Section 4. Suob Chinese laborers and servants shall be
inoludod in and bo a part of tho fivo thousand Cbinoso whoso
entrance into this oountry is authorized under Ssction 2 of
Chapter 80 of the Session Laws of 1892.
Section 5. This Act shall take effect from the data of its
Approved this 12th day of July, A. D. 1895.
SANFORD B. DOLE,
President of the Ropublio of Hawaii.
SEARCHER OF KECORDS, COLLECT
or, Translator in English and Hawaiian,
Real Estate Afiont. Copyist, Typewriter,
Stamp Dealer, Purchasing, Commission and
Advertising Agent, etc., eto.
fjF" Office: No. 327, King Street, tho
former private office of E . B . Thomas . The
Offlco of tho Native Taper KA MAKAAI
NANA is in the Offlco in tho rear under the
Betwoon "Wnialua and Loilehua,
or betwoon tho latter place and
Honolulu, on Monday, July 1st, a
large pookot book containing
papers of valuo only to tho owner.
The finder will bo suitably re
warded on returning it to
WILDER S. S. Co.,
47-tf Fort and Merchant Sts.
The popular Seaside Resort for
ladies and childron. Good ac
commodation. Luncheon served.
W. S. BARTLETT.
D. J. CASHMAN.
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Awnings a Spooialty, Over Cali
fornia Food Company's store. .
EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 17,
xna iuAitariA.u jmu xiio
rnTtn r- i -" it a ttv ttth
The Eagle Houso on Nuunnu
ave., partly furnished, also tho
Kupoim Cottago adjoining the
Eagle Houso with grounds sur
rounding. ,, Apply to
T. E. KROUSE,
Arlington Hotel, King St. 43-tf.
Pioneer Buildingand Loan
Chamber op Commerce Rooms.
Office Hours: g:30 to 9:30 a.m.
(i. to o p.m.
Monoy loaned on Monthly pay
ments. Eleventh series of stock
now open, For information, etc.,
call on A. V. GEAR,
WING W0 TAI & CO
No 25 Nnuann Stroet
Honolulu, II. I.
Commission Meehant, Importers and
Dealers in General Mercliandise, fino Mani
la Cigars, Chincso ana Japanese Crookery
wuro, Mattings. Vases of all Kinds, Gam.
pu or wood Trunks, Rattan Chain. A line
assortment of Dress Silks, choicest Brands
of Chinese and Japanese Tea of Latest Im
portations. tMf Inspection pfjNew Goods respect
Sell Tel. 26.-r; Qi Box 158
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METBOPOLITiN IIT GO.
SI Seine- Street.
Q. J. Wallbk, - . Manaqek.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
That is useful as well as ornamental is to
be found at tho New Republics Building on
King St. Tho stock h small, but very select
and has just been brought over by
HP. SINGER, for six years foreman with
Swain on Snttor street, mukes the
most delicious Fies of any baker in Hono
lulu. Mince Fies a specialty. Cakes and
Ice Cream furnished for bolls or families.
SINGER'S BAKEEY, King Stroot
Btr Telephone 872. 40-tf
(Successor to Chos. Hammer.)
KiNa and Fort Streets,
Ib prepared to manufaoturo all kinds
and grades' ot Iland-made Harness nt
LOWJSHT OP PICICE8 FOIl CASH.
All work guaranteed to bo satisfactory
before leaving tho shop, 5-8m
Lovo's Bakery vf ill dolivor bread to cus
tomers at Walkiki and tho Park, commenc
ing July 10th.
Order by Telephono No. C8.
A Now Abstract Office
As n rosult of 15 vonrs experience
in tho Abstract business, I am
proparod to ninko Abstracts ofc
Titlo in a most thorough, occur
ftto, and comploto manner aud on
P. Vf Ma KINNEY.
In W. O. Smith's Office, 818
Fort Streut. myl3.
A FAMILY HOTEL.
1 ICrovuso, - rop
Por Day S 2.00
Tor "Week 12.f0
Elpaclal 2CoxxUil3r Xiatool
Tho Best ot Attcndanoe, the Bact Situa
tion and tho Finest Meals in this City
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Clau0 preckEl Co.
Ifonolulu, Haivaiian Islnnde;
Principal Parts of tho World,,
Transact a General Banking
A F. McDEinos.
S. DecKcu .
Wledeiros $ Co
Hotel Street, Arlington
The cry of hard times has reaehel tis all,
and realizing that man most bo clothed, we.
havo decided to
Reduce Oui priceg Fon The
fle 30 Da$
and we offer milts and trouBere at prices that
will be within tho reach of evejbody. AVe
carry a clcct stock of (joodt, and guarantee
a perfect fit and first class work. Thotc who
renlly desiro to be dressed neatly and natty,
and cannot afford to spend much money on
their clothes will do well In calling at onr
storu before going elsewhere.
H. J. NOLTE, Propriotor.
The Best Lunch in Town:
Tea and Coffee
AT AM. HOURS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
At WAIKIKI on car line and on PA
LAMA KOAD near FertilizinK
These lots are Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirnblo Acre Tracta near the city and '
othor Properties for aalo.
BRUCE, WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots and Lands,
503 Fort Stroet, acar King.
T. 0. Box 321.
128 & 180 FORT STREET.
Blacksmitbing in All Its Branches.
Orders from tho othor Wanda in Build
ing, Trunminff, Painting, ota, etc.,
Promptly attended to.
W. W. WRIGHT. lrnnr?nfn
I (SuocoaBor to O. Woat.)
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