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VOTE E&RLY AND OFTEN.
Vol. VIII. No. 1558
HONOLULU. TKKKITORY'OP HAWAII, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1900.
Price 5 Oentb.
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Flag Raising bj S'adents
at St. Louis College
The St. Louis College people had a
function of their own, In tlio flag-raising
line, this morning, which was n
tnoet Interesting occasion to the teach
era, scholars, nnd a large assemblage of
parents, friends and Invited guests,
prominent among tbo latter being Ills
Lordship the Bishop of Panopolis, Rev.
Father Valentin and others of the
In the nbsenco of Brother Bertram
tho affair was taken In charge by
Brother Thomas; Brother Francis hav-
Ing' charge, as usual, of tho musical
exercises, l The evonts commended at
9 o'clock, a march being played "by the
Bt. Jlxmla Collego band. A. K. Murphy,
tho' orator of tho occasion followed In
a spirited address which was attuned
to suit tho capacity of his young hear
ers and which well deserved upplauso
at their hands.
A chorus, "My Country 'tis of Thee"
made tho welkin ring, followed by u
"Flag-raising Medley" after which n
beautiful specimen of "Old Glory," a
present from Baltlmoro friends to tho
college, was hoisted slowly to the peak
nmld deafening cheers. Other mimical
ovents followed which added greatly to
tho enjoyment of tho occasion. Tho
program was enclosed In masterly exe
cuted original design' of border, tho
work of Brother Robert nnd was re
garded as a much desired souvenir.
Just previous to the depurtmu'of the
Mauna Loa Wednesday forenoon Mrs.
Ircno M. Long (nco Buchanan) nnd W.
II. Cornwell, Jr., wero marrii-o ..
homo of Rov. W. M. Klnculd. Only
tho members of tho family were pres
ent. Tho newly married couplo took
passago on tho Mauna Loa for Maa-
laea. From thero they weut to Wal
kapu whero thoy will mako tlilr fu
PROGRESS IN ROAD MAKING
Honolulu Will Soon Havo Greatly
Hjders Implements Ordered Otelrudln Prop
erty OffDtn-Wutk BelDg Pushed In
t DpunkH All Discharged.
Jin the Police Court this morning tho
nnn chnrccd with drunkenness lined
up beforo Judge Wilcox and, finYlng"
pleaded guilty, Juugo wiicox repri
manded nnd discharged them all, say
ing that ho would allow them to go
without being linod because yesterday
was Admission Day. lie warned tho
men not to get drunk ngnln on Admis
sion Day and, curiously enough, they
all bowed solemnly and thanked tho
Ivonhoe fop Sound.
Tho Ivanhoo sailed for Royal Roads
In ballast this forenoon. Orders will
vory probably bo awaiting her at that
nlace. Just beforo the Ivanhnu hailed
five men were put aboard by tho water
front police. Thcso fellows deserted
several days ago and the pollco were'
kept busy finding them. Yesterday,
tho last ono was found nnd so the Ivan
hoc was nblo to get away today.
Native Boys to Jail,
Bcven native boys wero arrested
along the wharves this morning by
Detective Kaapa on tho charge of va
grancy. Ho found them asleep In boxes
and on bundles of bags In vnrloua
places and, being old offenders, decided
to arrest them. In tho Police Court this
forenoon, tho young men were each
sentenced t(f six months' Imprisonment
at hard labor.
Gont's Hcrmsdorf dye black hox su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
at L. B. Korr & Co.'s, Queen street for
ano week only: don't fall to seo them.
riRST TELEGRAPH MESSAGE.
To Our Englkh-SpeaklnK Ftlem's:
The Chine merchants and residents of
the Hawaiian Is ands. represented bv the
undesigned, "elng desirous nf pr vlding
for th'lr sons a thorough and comprehen
sive educitlon In Eng Ish, raised in pledijes
from August to Decembe1, sufficient funds
to jutifv them In undertaking to ereU
comm'Hllous buildliiRS for thl purp se In
Kamake'a. The contract was let ar.d
me main DuiuingiMiuuiiy uimiucicu,
when the ttUz t broke out and
InfMf.inted the WO k. AS VOU Well
know, our ccuntn men have I-een the
greatest suffereis irom th'S euldeinic and
the fire con ected with It. Con cogently
thnM. who p-netru-lv subscribed toua'd
the Fchotil enterp'lte, belrs called upon to
donate large sums for the te Id o their
fellowcounm men wno nave suurrcu
leverely fmm he fire, find themMlves un
able to fulfill their pledges at pr sent. The
m iin building Is now on the p Int of com
pletion, ar.n ihe ui'itwc'or, himself hontc
Us'S, Is In r.r.t necJ uf Ins monry.
In this emrrRency and be mi c we be
lieve yim rect'Kil" tli.tt our in. Ikes in
uiidertaUIng tn's entciprlns vtie pliilan
throplc, our ni Ject a coniinrd4'le rn,
and ill it we are In no r l (sill 'or h
Mralts In which we now IiikI iurt.vrsi
we therefore snUlt S'Ch cniiltlluilhiisKi
mir prfiU I'reJ n mir tinillif will
allow, SniJ !! c si nr pledge U W')
C-rt, Hdx yl, HchioUiUi,
very nM'w 'iy y ;
, Good progress is being made by Road
Supervisor-Maraton Campbell In street
Improvements, considering the absence
of adequate working machinery. Thero
Is only a single stone crusher with u
capacity of but 40 cubic yards of 'ma
cadamizing material a day. Within
about two months the road department
will be In possession of two crushers
with a capacity or 150 tons a day each.
Instead of tho slow process of shovel
ing their grists Into carts, tho carts
will bo driven under a hopper and .thus
Beretnnla avenuo extension lo King
Btrcct will, however, be ready for top
metaling within a few days and thnt
work will bo expedited as much as pob-
slblo. Vineyard street extension from
nlvcr to Llllha street Is also being
pushed, and Its macadamizing will fol
low tho laying of sewers In it. A gang
will bo sent out on Manoa valley road
next Monday. Tho approaches to Tan
talus road aro being repaired, the
mountain road Itself being In excellent
King street widening out Llllha way
Is progressing, delayed somewhat by
negotiations wmi proprietors. Former
Minister A. Young, Joining In nn Inter
view tho road maker was giving the
Bulletin, commented strongly on the
shortsighted attitude of proprietors
generally regarding street Improve
ments. Mr. Campbell said that the
proprietors In Honolulu had a raro
good thing trom tho road department.
In Its doing freo for them services of
frpntago betterments which In Main
land cities cost them dearly. A big
portion of tho filling needed for widen
ing King street Just beyond Llllha
Btrcct has already lccn done.
Tho department has coming to It two
steam rollers of 38.000 and 26,000
pounds respectively. A pressure of 750
pounds to tho squaro Inch will be ex
erted by tho layer one. Thoy aro gear
ed for two speeds, the minimum gait
being about that of tho old machine
now In use, nnd tho mnxlmum twice as
Street sprinkling is also shortly to bo
revolutionized. Instead of the four
carts now splashing their brief routes,
there will be twelve sprinkling carts
employed. Tho cny will be divided In
to districts for their operation, nnd tho
dust nuisance will be abolished.
When all tho Implements ordered
havo nrrlved. Mr. Campbell says. Ho
nolulu will have as tine a road-making
plant as any city on tho Mainland.
Another Improvement Is In bridges,
culverts and cross drains. A steel
bridge Is to bo erected on Berctanla
avenuo extension auu another on
School street For narrow spans wood
en bridges ore being replaced with
stone culvertB. One of 16-foot span
has been put into Wyllle street Drains
aro being laid with vitrified Ironstone
pipe, discarded sewer pipe being all
right for the purpose.
1 he Last Registration.
It was three minutes past 4 o'clock
on the 13th Inst, the last day of the
Republic of Hawaii, when the McCully
tract deeds were entered for record by
Goo. H. Paris In tho Registry of Con
veyances. Tho consideration of 1140.000
In the instruments called for "W
stampage. Had tho recording been de
layed until the birth of tho Territory of
Hawaii, tho following day, war taxea
would havo swelled the stamp duties to
Tbi first message, to be Hashed through spaco without wires wilt be
delivered from the Inaugural platform In front of tho Capitol build
ing tomorrow afternoon nt 2:30. This will bo tho first demonstration
of the practicability of tho Marconi system of wireless telegraphy ever
given In the Islands and will doubtless draw a largo crowd of interested
observers as well as a good sized representation of ''tho philanthropic
citizen! prepared to bid a high figure for the possession of tho original
f.seage. jrK ,
As has been previously announced this first message will bo sold at
auction by Will E. Fisher. Tho proceeds .of the sale aro to bo delivered
to such public charity as tho succssstul bidder mfty designate. Added
to this will be tho $50 which Mr. Fl.jher pnys for tho privilege of con
ducting tho salo.
The message will bo sent from tin recently established station at
Kalmukl and a temporary station at tho Capitol building. Tho Instru
ments will bo oporated by Mr. Bowdcn, tho expert In chief In cbargo of
tho Installation, assisted by Mr. Hobbs and Fred J. Cross, manager of
the Inter-Island Telegraph Company,
THE GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL
Governor Dole said this morning,
answering an Inquiry for news, that
thero would be "a meeting of 'lie
Executive on Monday."
"You aro going to hold regular
councils, then, with tho heads of de
partments?" "Yes," the Governor replied.
Before tho foregoing Intervlow, tho
reporter bad a chat with tho Secretary
of the Territory whom ho met casual
ly at tho Judiciary building. Mr.
Cooper spoko of tho Executive Coun
cil's regular sessions under tho Repub
lic as having been "n great source of
strength to tho Government"
It Is tho cabinet Idea which Mr. Dulo
tried to have Incorporated In tho Ter
ritorial bill, hut tho American mem
bers of tho Hawaiian Commission did
not deem It expedient to glvo It tho
force of law.
Secretary Cooper occupies tho suite
ho occupied when Minister of Foreign
Affairs before ho becamo Attorney Gen
eral. Ho is well pleased with the
rooms, considering them tho best In tho
Beforo Justice Frcar administered
the oath of offlco to Governor Dole, bo
had to bo sworn Into offlco as n United
States Justice himself. Henry Smith,
the veteran clerk of the Supremo Court,
gave tho oath to him as First Associate
Justice, his commission as Chief Jus
tice of the Supreme Court not having
yet been received. The only spectator
of the ceremony was tho city editor n(
tho Bulletin. Justlco Frcar turned
round and administered tho oath to Mr.
Smith. This was nt 9:30 yesterday
Tho first ofllclal act of 8ecreUry
Cooper was to sign tho advertisement
of appointments by the Governor on
Admission Day for publication in the
ROBERT HALSTEAD IS DEAD
A flguro strongly Identified with tho
development of Hawaiian resources
passes from view In tho dcmlso of Rob
ert Hnlstcad, He died at his houso in
Mnklkl nt 8:30 last night, when most
of his friends had only Just become
apprised of his Illness. Mr. Halstead
was about town but n few dnys beforo
Robert Halstead was best known as
tho founder of Wnlalua plantation nnd
as ono of Hawaii's successful sugar
planters. Ho has been In thcso Islands
for the term of a generation. His
birthplace wns Todmordcn, Yorkshire,
England, mm his natal dato August 10,
183G, which tnado him In his 64th year.
Mr. Hnlstcad leaves a wlfo and six
children. Mrs. Halstead and two daugh
ters, Mrs. W. O. Lackland and Mrs. R.
II. Held, wero the only members of tho
,'nmlly present nt tho last parting with
ltishand nnd father. Edgar and Frank
ire in Europe, Norman nnd Emily In
Mr. ..nlstcau was ot u strikingly kind
llsposltlon nnd a man of rare business
opacity. His loss will be generally re
setted. Ho was a member of the An
;llcan communion In St Clement's
:hurch, Mnklkl, also a Freo Mason.
Tho funeral wlic take- place from
Masonic . cmplo, In chargo ot Lodge In
t'rogrcB, nt 3:30 .u.s afternoon.
ADVICE TO THE LABORERS
Japanese Consul Salto Seeds Timely
Circular to HI, People.
Points Out to Tbem How to Best Sure Tbelr lo-
Uresis Counsels Against Leaylog Piac
tdiljus auo Watideriog.
NUCLEUS OP CHINATOWN.
. Robberies on Llllha Street.
'Robberies have been qulto frequent
ot late along In tho Japaneso and Chi
nese quarter on Llllha street The
other night a Japanese had a pair of
pants with $40 In tho pockets, stolen
from his room. Last night, a China
man entered the house ot a Japanese
and walked right past one of the own
era of the place and his wife who wero
both sleeping soundly. Ho obtained
some money and was in the act ot ss--caplng
when he was Been by the other
owner. A tuBsle resulted, during the
progress of which ono of tho members
of Bowers' Merchant Patrol happened
along. Tho Chinaman wns arrested and
taken to tho pollco station. His case
came up tnls morning but was con
The Japaneso and Chlneso seem to
have hit upon the lower end ot Llllha
street nnd tbo Immediate vicinity ns
.he beginning of n new Chinatown.
Frame buildings are being erected with
astonishing rapidity, llofoio long, fully
a quarter of a mile ot Llllha street, on
each filde, will be lined with buildings.
The Orientals are In such a hurry to
enter their new Quarters that tncy en
tcr beforo the houses are halt finished
and then have the carpenters build up
The locality chosen Is Just proper
for the collection of .a of all kinds.
The road being, several feet above tin
level of the land. It is necessary to
raise tho houses, thus leaving all Kinds
of spaces underneath for such Indus
tries as tho batching ot duck eggs la
Residents of the vicinity nro begin
nlng to "kick" most strenuously.
Ship Dlrlgo Here.
Tho American Dlrlgo, Geo. W. Good
win master, arrived In port this fore
noon C3 days from Hongkong with
1100 tons ot ballast She comes to load
sugar for C. Brewer & Co. and, like
the Ersklno M. Phelps, will go around
tho Horn. Captain Uoodwln Is accom
panied by his wife.
An American was ono of the first to
win tho Victoria Cross In tho prcscul
South African war. Ho Is Charles J.
Snruco. a natlvo of Kenosha, Wis, A
few years ago ho went to aoutn Africa,
In tlmo to be n member ot Jameson's
raiders. After tho raid ho returned to
this country, but when tho war began
ho went over to England and enlisted
In a cavalry regiment Ho won tho
cross by rescuing a wounded comrade.
A gteat deal of interest has been
urouscd recently In tho circular that
has Just been sent out to tho various
plantations by Mlkl Salto, Japaneso
representative here. Mr. Snlto was
seen by n Bulletin reporter this morn
ing nnd. In answer to questions asked
said that tho circular was nothing
more thnu a word of advice to tho Ja
panese to remain on their respective
"Why do you deem It necessary to
offer such advice, Mr. Salto?" was ask
ed. "You sec, there Is n tendency to rcst
lcBxneHS on tho part of some of the
Japaneso and now thnt they aro no
longer subject to their contracts, there
seems to bo a disposition to wander
about between the plantations."
Asked for n gist of tho circular sent
out Mr. Salto gave the following-off'
"By tho Admission Act of the Ha
waiian Islands, passed by the 5Gth Con
grrss ot tho United Stntcs tho contracts
of tho Japanese laborers brought hero
since AiiRUst 1, 1S9S, me now null nnd
void. You aro now freo nnd you may
work on the plantations ns free laborers.
"I havo been Informed that some of
you aro very anxious to know what
your status Is to be after Juno 14. Some
of you have left your work or your own
freo will while others have been per
suaded to leave by disturbers.
"My own Idea of Biich a course Is that
It Is most unwise to listen to the ndvlco
of such peoplo an- stop your work. 1
should like to offer you a bit of advice.
'No matter what changes may tako
placo In tho political situation here,
thero Is no particular difference. You
aro tho working clars ar-d you aro la
boring In a country ruled over oy one
of the best governments In tho world.
"Upon leaving Japan, you promised
to work In peace under tho conditions
Impohod. Thero Is no reason why you
should bo anxious about the changes.
All tho agents of tho Immigration com
panies aro going to assist you, particu
larly nt this time so that you may not
lose anything by working on tne plan
tations. You had better Join hands
with them In tholr work for your wel
fare. "In case you wish to leave your pres
ent work it would be better If you
would report to tho agent of the Im
migration company under which you
contracted. You have already been as
sisted by them.
"In caso you are at a loss for future
means of livelihood, consult tho plan
tation manager under whom you serve,
your ugent or this consulate. Anyone
who wishes to leavo the plantation for
which he works and takes to wander
ing about, may naturally Joso the con
fidence of tho plantation people. This
wouid undoubtedly cause a great loss
to your futuro pocket book.."
Supreme Court Justices
Id a Mulkr Position
"The court will meet on Monday, but
will adjourn without doing business,"
Justice Frcar said In answer to an In
quiry about the Supremo Court term
due on Monday.
"No business can be dono while the
court remains unfilled. If It wero mere
ly a case of nn nbscnt or disqualified
member, a substitute could bo appoint
ed nnd the court thus legally constitu
ted. Thero Is an absolute vacancy,
however, ono member of tho conrt bo
Ing non-existent '
"Justlco Whiting nnd myself hold
over until our successors nnd tho full
number of Justices are appointed. So
far as we two are concerned wo nro
qualified to sit, out have no power to
appoint a third Justlco oven tempor
arily. "v. .
'"1 hcio will be tlmo for"the new com
missions to arrive Miythe Mariposa
next Wednesday. Then, If.MrrGal
bralth receives his commlsslonhls two
colleagues would havo power to ap
point n substitute for him should lie he
delayed In coming to Honolulu, to tiko
THE INAUGURAL QALL.
Ono of the largest dancing assemblies
ever seen In Honolulu wns thnt which
mado up the Admission Day ball last
night Thousands of peoplo nlso gath
ered In the grounds to sec tho olcctrlc
Illumination, many of them staying
until near the close of the ball well on
this morning. The Government band
nnd tho original Hawaiian Quintet
Club furnished tho music. Thos. E.
Krouso supplied a splendid supper In
tho big pavilion on tho Hotel street
side ot tho grounds. There was abun
danco nnd good service to tho last
Division of Business.
Secretary Cooper has found out thnt
the conduct ot Territorial clecUoa,
which used to be In tho Interior de
partment, belongs to his office. Wray
Taylor continues to act aa registrar. Bo
far as functions aro concerned, there
nro many changes under the Territory
i,n' government departments. Thn Soc-
rttary nnd tho Treasurer timao a nost
ot 'things between them from the old
Interior office. Public works, former
ly a bureau of tho Interior, becomes a
department under tho Superintendent.
Mr. Rowell, tho retiring superintendent
of Public Works, will probably become
a deputy. Mr. Young, tho last Minister
of tho Interior, Bald this morning that
there was enough work to require tho
assistance not oniy of Mr. Rowell, but
of two or three more practical men as
deputies. "Thero Is as much work
done In a week now, as waB dono In a
month h few years ago," the late Min
ister remarked. Mr. McCsndleaa, the
new chief, Is absont on ono of the other
Honolulu Girls Distinguished.
In the commencement oxorcIseB of
tho Duralnlcnn College at San Rafael,
Cat, on May 31 the Misses Ena of Ho
nolulu had conspicuous parts. Clarice
was In a vocal quartet that sang Chad
wick's "Spring Song." Daltiy and
Clailco played violins and Mary one of
tho pianos In tho Lustplel Overture
wherein seventeen Instrumentalists
took part Tho sisters sang "The Twi
light Star" by Barnby ns n trio, nnd
with Miss Jane Jeffries mado up tho
quartet for "Tho Primrose" by Plnsutl.
Mary Ena was ono of tho four accom
panists ot tho exercises. Tho Misses
Enn wero enthusiastically applauded
for tholr singing and playing.
A luncheon, was given oy Judge
Stanley, retiring -Judgo of the Circuit
Court, to his frlcnns and associates ot
the court at his homo on Beretnnla
street yesterday. Following Is a list ot
the. guests: E. A. Mott-Smlth, Attorney
General K. P. Dolo, Hon. Antonio Per
ry, Hon. Geo. A. Davis, Deputy At
torney General Cathcart, Col. J. W.
Jones, Harold Mott-Smith, Clerk of the
Supremo Court Henry Smith, Geo. Lu
cas, J. A. Thompson, P. D. Kellett nnd
S. C. Illddlo. The gentlemen of tho Ju
diciary department nmong the guests
presented tho host with a watch guard
charm hearing the Hawaiian coat-of-arms.
(ill I I h.M.
I All O.
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
SkNUnl am Typsf rlili
IMY ANO NlOIIT CUSSRS
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MUXIIM'bS I .(H.'k
Lnst Call (or Nclll Bents.
Tomorrow will bo tho lust day when
Reason tickets can bo had at Wall,
N'lchuls Company for tho coming Nlll
engagement nt tho Hawaiian Oiina
IIoiibu, Monday morning thero will lie
a rush for the single night tlcluM.
Mall rcqiicHtH havo been coming In
fiom some uf tho outlying sections mid
Frn Dlavolo Tonight.
Owing to tho sudden sickness of Mr.
Orafton Uakor the Orpheuni manage
ment will withdraw "II Trovatoro" and
play In its stead "Frn Dlavolo" this
evening and nt tho two performance
tomorrow. Air. Arnold will sing Lor
enzo, ho having several times sung thn
role with Mr. Wolff. The matinee to
morrow piesnuU nn uuiihiial npporuu-
Ity to sou "Fro Dlavolo nt 2" nnd 50
cents and should Iniiig out u g I
Hie f I in y II, l. Cooper Is iiutlllg ,111
Tli nbiiiir of Urn Territory, imiidliiit nil
ninlriliiii'iit by Din (lovenmr. 0vii'
liur Mole, wiild Ihriu wan iiotlilim limv
fur iilillniiiii Imliiy, )leile thn
nlllrii nr Tri'iiNUier, Hint nr t'oiiimn
wIiiiht nf AHllnilliiiP will It In In )nl,
Hagey Cure I.I tigs Ion.
Thomas Mllner Harrison has flled-nn
amended declaration-In his assumpsit
suit for $10,000 against J. A. Magoon,
F. B. McStocker, u C. Ames nna uoro
thea Emerson nco Lamb. Ho clulms
under nn nllegcd ngrcement mndo nt
Auckland, New Zealand, on September
20. 1897, with himself and Alfred Ed
ward Gllmoro by tho defendants nnd T.
E. Cownrt, J. II. Klrkpatrlck, George
D. Moore. A. E. Powter and James
Wolfendcn, co-partners of theirs under
the name of Tho Arrlcan I'acliic ami
Indian Hacey Company. In this docu
ment It wns agreed that Tasmania
st'uld be tho company s placo or oust
t and that thn plalutlir should man
Its n If a Ira there.
Will Chunge ISndgcs.
h She: Iff A. M. Brown nnd Depu
.iiah Slierirr Charles Chllllngworth
nro tho only mien In tho pollco depart
ment llmt will ncd lo have tho letter
ing tm their budges changed. The
badge of the huter will undoubtedly be
very much crowded. All tho badges aro
"Honolulu Police" or "special rouco
ho thai no change? nro needed theie.
Death ot Mrs. Kanewanul.
Mrs. Kanewanul, beloved' wife of Da
vid Kanewanul of the Auditor Gen
eral's office, died at her homo in Kapa
lama yesterday. Deceased gave birth
to a child a few days since. Compli
cations set In which could not be with
stood. The many friends of the be
reaved husband offer their most heart
felt sympathy in his hour of trouble.
Thti funerai tas.es place from the late
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
t'AIN PEN. All Uses, all shapes. H. P.
Hfiwnllnns In I'urls.
Ill u letter f l oiu My. Viih, dated flum
Paris and leeelveil hy tho last steamer.
Mr. and Mrs. .(ami Wilder, MIhs Pauiiht
.luilit and Mis. Woodward (neo MIhx
(Iraeu ItlehiirilH) wero mentioned mi
being In tho big city studying anil do
ing tho fair. They wur all Invited lo
the Iioiiki nf Mis, Spicekils for luiirh
eon ono day uf the wick In which Mr J.
Von virnlu, Tho Htudlo nf Jiimlo Wil
der la ih m rlliml ns being mm nf tho
prettteHt mid most mtUilii In Paris,
For lino (nil ilMmu lilri t 11.00 urli
U , Kerr ft On,, )iieon mrmii, Thvsf
tlilrla lira strictly liliili Kru im Id
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
... Just opened by the.
Manufactarers' Shoe Co
Our slock Is now replete with cod fits,
Kond style and good wear.
Tiihing the On ill.
(lovcrnmiiit otllclnls wero taking tho
oath or olllce. with ullegliiueo lo tho
I'liltcd States, nt tho Judicial y oltlco
tliU nun nlng. Tho deputy cIuiks nt
Iho Judicial y wero swoin by Cleilt
Henry Smith first or ull. nnd their
oaths placed on III".
lllh OF JUNK.
Hawaiian mid American UnM vnn be
gotten In Iwiiliiiiiil'H Morn, Hotel cirw.
llmbiiDl Kipling, iirrnnlliiK In l,nn.
dim miiiniinrriilllilH, In (it visit the
United Hliitcit unit nuluiiill. Til" an.
tiiiir Hiiyit Im lima nut u ltl rnriimr
Hllii'im iiKiiiiiM im' AHUTinin minm"
mnlf yiu cannot come In with o
clilldicn, enJ thrm In nuJ lliry will r'
(rive just the Mint ore and Jtiritllon,
Hint tlirlr erf will be nM at Ciirelully
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