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Vol. IX. No. 1023
Business Houses Liberal
Toward Labor Day ,
" THE PRELIMINARIES
Grand Marshal and Staff Appointed
as Well as Holders of Privileges
T. F.rt)nn&C. H. Dement ....$ 2500
Dick Daly i 1000
L. II. Dec 200
Mei chants' Exchange 30 00
Dergstrom .Music Co 1000
Manufacturers' Shoe Co fo 00 j
Cauurn & Co 10 00
II. Hnekfelil & Co 100
Cons. Soda Water Winks Co.
M. Phillips & Co 200
Lucas Bros 20.00
I'irst Amer. Savings lt.nik .
Lowers . Cooke
Tlini U. Thrum
Cl.ius Spreckels & Co 25 00
II ink of 'Hawaii ....; 25 00
Kinney, llallon & McClauahan
'Atkinson & Judd
Union Feed Co
I.oi ejoy & Co
McCabe, Hamilton & Ilcnnoy .
Allen & Robinson K 00
Gonsahe? & Co GOO
T, H. Dalles & Co 100.00
I A. Schnefer & Co
L. 1 Trescott ,
Leu Is & Co
Will H. Klsher
M. S. Grlnbaum & Co S"".
Illshop, & Co 25.00
llle Kash 1000
Castle & Cooke 100O0
E. S. Cunhn 100)
Wm. G. Irwin & Co 10000
B. F. Dillingham 23 00
K. W. Peterson 1000
Cation. Nell! & Co '23 00
G. Schuman 5 0)
Macfarlane & Co 2500
.Iet. Meat Co 2000
V. W. Dlmond & Co 23 00
Geo Andrews 2.00
Haw. News Co 5.10 1
Harry Armltago 1000
Con. Sterling 10 00 1
W. W. Wright 1000
AVall. Nichols Co 5 00
Union Grill 2 50
Intr-Island S. N. Co 25 00
Washington Mer. Co 10 00
H. Peck & Co 600
Fred. Harrison 23.03
Dalle) 's Hon. Coiclery R00
Alfred Magoon 2 50
Ed. II. F. Woltere 2 50
M. Ilrasch . Co 5.00
Hon. Dike Co v2.00
H. A. Wldemann 10 00
J. II. West 5.00
New nng. Bakery 2 00
G. Dlctz 100
Alexander & Baldwin 100.0)
W. C. .Peacock & Co 69 00
C. nfewer & Co .'..... 5000
iM-hI'D-Kerr & Co- ' ' 10 00
Victor Hoffman ...... ...W. -..'-0 09
W. F. Singer 10 00
T. U. Murray 2 50
Hon. Stock, Yards Co.,.,v..., ,1,1.000
llulletln Pub. Co. ..."....'.".... lO.o")
The Hub s. .-(.. VfUtA '10oV
Hon. Steam Laundry if. 5 00
John r. Bowler . . " t. 10.00
1, JIcnry.May & Co... . . ,". 50 00
"r. f ITnll'A ann
cn. O. HaH'& Son
Gear, Lansing & Co. ...
Salter & Walty.ii.... tj
Ttoht. Grieve Pub. Co
Whitney, Marsh & Co
A. Hairlson Mill Co
Pacific Hardware Co
I). F. Killers & Co
S. L. Horner
Hobron Drug Co 1001
Club Stables 200?
Total 17I7 00
The foregoing Is tho subscription list
for Lnbnr Day celebration.
"' There was a meeting of the Labor
Union last night,
W, C, Hoe, rlialrman of executive
committee, dee lined tlio position of
Grand Marshal of the, Day bciais lid
waj'not a lminman, Grfirge WiT'I "
'npiiolntc'l In IiUslrnd. Geo. Campbell,
II. I. .Wiilfu, (', IIiiHlaiid-and dm It,
fitowd wti-o appointed nliles, tho ihlff
oiif ! to bo selected by Hie (Ir.ind
It u.u otcil to gle tho Itonoln'it
Dill lug Association n cheque for $"00
to be applied In prlrcs for tho Asso
Illlli of 20 to tho parade commlltco
Charles It. Heierln was given lit
contract for refreshments nt Knplnlanl
Frank On.ffrey was nvianlcd the
II. I. .Wolfe, J, Dillon ami Mr. Slit
tery were appointed a committee nn
jl'ieel. Holland wns mndo hall floor
malinger, with L. Jamlcson as assist
ant. The floor committee are Thomas Ha
vey, Geo. Campbell, J. L. Sulllinn. H,
I.. Wolfe, Jno. Lund and M. Thomas.
Tho reception committee arc IM.
Qnlnn, Geo. It. Stowo, J. N. Henry, J.
H. Connor, J. Dillon and I. Seghorn.
An) body who would like to plnco a
lloat In the procession should call nt
tho numbers' headquarters, Fort street
opposite the Central Klro Station.
IN THE FEDERAL GOURT
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Jl,d,8e Lstee ln tllc re,lernl Cm"-
m"nll" naturalized John Oudcrklrk.
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"' "t,ll,,lll;1 u ucieuiiuiu in iiiof
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oguu uamage suit or Eiigcno Alery r
W. C. King was argued nnd tnken mi -
.inn n.i. i..K. ..... r. -.i.-.t i.. ..'
' Huuwiiiiuu. ii cane-ci in quesiion
; me jurisdiction or the Court. Italii"""1""""1""1""1' .mi",....... ..-...
I r. nnnH .. t.i..iM. irt ...,. ... . 1 It nffpptpil N'pu Smith WhIpr nprhntirt
10 00 wvrtl " iimiuiiui iiiiue-, iiaiiou as
.' ' McClannhnif-'for defendant.
:" , . Christopher Collins, a seaman of tlit
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imik i.nipire, nas urougnt a new III)-.!
against the icssel. He claims of V. V.'
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I Itinnbn .Iia bi.h.
Mltitt tk'a nrrnit . A ...
"'wi feto, iiuui niiKUSl
date of his discharge by order of this
Court. A hearing was set for 2 p. rr.
tomoirow, to which time tho Couit
adjourned. Dai Is & Gear for llbellant;
Kinney, Dallou & McClanalmn for li
belee. Ucfore Commissioner W. J. Itoblnson
testimony Is being taken In the salvago
claim of $20,000 by John D. Sprccksls
& llroi. Co. against tho bark Dunrej
gan. Captain Uroknw of the tug 1'eir
less Is now on the Uand.
Judge Humphrc)s Is hearing T. W.
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ninnt Tlnliaptann Jtr Wllilii fii ilnlii.
Onil lllm d Mnl.. t. Iln.ln.til,. nn.
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Club Not Dead
C. It. Dickey tho architect Is figuring
on a seieuth story for tho Thurston
block now being erected.
proposition to let tho sixth story to .1
Business Men's Club. Owing to the
ilse In material the building Is cost
ing more than tho original estimate.
Its owners finding that tho Blxth story
would cost less and bring more rent
devoted to offices than to the proposed
club decided to drop the latter propo
sition. Some business men planning
for tho club, however, desired to get
figures for an additional story. Mr.
Dickey Is preparing such figures.
KIND LITTLE HEARTS.
Captain Law less of tho S. S. Austra
lia has tUrued 01 cr to C. B. Reynolds
of the Board of Health the sum of 15.13
for tho non-lepious children of lepers
harbored In KaplolanI Homo, Kallhi
experiment station. It Is tho contrlbi
tlon of a fewf little children In Sim
Francisco and Is accompanied b) this
"Justluo McClanahan and Ernest
Podmnro had tho most to do with fit
ting the money, wo ymiu the ones th it
thought of it, the others Harold Foil
more and .Henry Stein helped a little
euch gaie twent)-flie cents. ,
"By JUSTINE and ERNEST."
Gone Into Oil.
CoL'Creo. W. Macfarlane ,Cnrl Wol
ters and J. If, Coney together with sev
eral Coast men have bought 11 large
tract of land In the Sunset district of
Kern county, Cal the'r Intention being
to boro for oil. One flowing well Is
already situated on the land. Soveral
other wells will soon be started. No
stock Is to bo placed on the market until
the place Is developed.
Police Court Note.
Tho following cases were disposed of
in tho Police Court this forenoon; Kl
noslilta, heedless driving, 175 and
costs; Jus. Kealohu, cruelty to niilmnls,
y anil costs, J, J, Magulie, leal lug Im
homo untied In the street, reprimand
cd and dlscuaiKid; Chock Piiw, lnr-
ifiiy In th spfonil nrgrer, two )otr
imprisonment nt nnril la nor.
of gc nti
A complete new stock
thirls, collars uud cuffs nt I.
HONOLULU. TKKlllTOItY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY. AUOUST .10 10(H)
I DlSCUSSIOfl Of SllDjeCt ill
New South Wales
PRESENT SHIPPING LAW
DOES NOT PLEASE
Because It Shuts Out British Ships
from Honolulu Trade With the
Coast-Local Trade Was
S)elney, Aug. 3. In tho Leglslatlie
Council of New South Wales Mr. Creed
moved the adjournment of tho House
to call attention to the effect on tho
prosperity of Australian commerce
which had been produced by the an
nexation by the United States of Ha-
..unll. nnd tn other matters rcinneoteil
ihirin ii. iia uni.i i. ti.nllnt.irii t.ls
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l '" t0 ,,,1"K tho JMt before, the
I House. ntt.lt nrfpotpil tin. tfimnirrpn of
i ' 11
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I moro ,lmn nn? of tho ulucr' flonles,
I ancl as the' w'cro on tho cvo of ''deru-
.Inn I. inc.. ilt.lt' t n u .tin .lull .if .tw.
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""Ine n knowledge of what had taken
3 10s or onoll1,ace to bring It Inline the notue of
the House. ("Hear, hear.") It would
bo as well If he polntedout in detail
what was tho affect of the annexation
on the mall lines running between Syd
ney nnd America.
There were two mall lines, that run
nlpg between S)dney and San Francis
co, anil the other between S)dney nnd
Vaneouicr. Both these mall lines
found It necessary to make Honolulu
(n city of Hawaii which was amongst
the Sandw leh Islands Group) a port of
call. Prior to tho annexation of Ha
waii by tin! United States nnd the con
sequent application of the American
navigation coasting laws tho two Hues
of steamers wcro nblo to perform their
work under equal conditions, without
ships that carried oncilag belnii placed
under n disadvantage as compared with
those that carried another. As It now
was the navigation laws of the United
Stntcs proildcd that no icssels, except
ing those owned by American citizens,
registered In America, and commanded
nnd officered by citizens of the United
States, should be permitted to In any
wny carry on constlng traflic between )
alny two ports of tho United Stntcs.
That so long ns tho United States had
no ports outside the continent of
America, was a matter with which
other nations could not well Interfere, '
but baling spread their territory by
establishing colonies In other parts of
tho world this law was a matter of
1 cry serious import to other people,
and the result was In this case that our
mall stenmers when traveling between
Australia and San Francisco wcro un
able, to take In enrgo at Honolulu under
peril of confiscation, nor 1 could they
take a single passenger. (Cheers.)
That wns a serious handicap to mall
steamers canylng tho British flag as
compared with those flying the Ameri
can, and, as was known, the competi
tion between the steamers of the two
nations was now n thing of moment.
There were three mall liners running,
two of which the Mariposa and tho
Alameda, flow tho American flag, while
tho Moana was n British owned vessel.
The Mariposa nnd Alameda could tako
cargoes to Honolulu, which they 1II1I
in large quantities, and fill up again
nt Honolulu nnd discharge at San
Francisco, but In the case of the Moana
she could .not fill up at Svilncj nnd dis
charge nt Honolulu, but could nut put
anything on board at-Honolulu to land
at San Francisco, ami therefore had to
run with empty holds between theso
Tho advantage which the steamers
flying the American flag possessed over
their British rival was equal to n sub
sidy, and ho did not think that that
was a position of affairs which should
be allowed to exist. (Cheers.)
At tho present time the American
line was asking for n subsidy for the
steamers running between Sydney and
San Francisco, and tho question of tho
anomalies that existed demanded nt,
tentlon. With regard to the steamers
that ran to Vancouver, it was not quite
so bad, hut, on coming bark they could
take cargo which was tho product nf
the United States, for transmission to
Honolulu Not a slnglo pound of any
American manufactured goods could bo
bhlpped from Vancouver to Honolulu
And the result was that the British llu.
been deprived of a largo
amount of freight. 'I be) wire nlso
I haiidliflppdl III iitiolher way It used
I to Im the 1 utlniii fur 11 stwnm t to inks
llu coal from 8)liiny, nml unship urnm
UOo Ions at Honolulu, and till up vvlth
cargo but now If the) lauded rual '
j there the) had to pa) 3s per ton duty
101 put It In bund whlih mrnnt lint,
I the) would hale to build bonded stores
I for tliv purpose. As Hawaii had now
become an Integral part of the lulled1
fctntcs, the matter was one which non
could onl) be arranged by treaty and
he thought It was their dut) that the
question should be brought under the
notice of the Imperial Goiprnment.
with n lien to British less. Is being
placed on equal terms with Amirlcan
strainers calling at Honolulu.. He went
011 to a) that he realized the linpor-
tniiro of thlsMiiatter to Australia somo.
considerable time back, nnd In order!
that precautions might bo taken he on ;
Juiu. 20. l!97,twelie months before the I
annexation was completed, nskid e'er-1
tain questions In the House. He had
asked these questions in order tuat 1
what wns now happening might hnicl
been niolded. Apparent! no notice
woh taken by the late Premier (Mr.
fleed,) of what lie submitted was a lery
Impoitaiit matter. (Cheers.)
Honorable members would non see
the result of .Mr. Hcld's failure to take
action In the matter, f'lle.ir. !ienr."i
He thouglmtlint If Mr. Held nt tbat'"1 ,,,rnp f"r ,1,e m,lr,ler of C,,n"' w
time had taken some little trouble,
such ns writing a minute pointing out
to tho Imperial Goieriimcnt the dam
age that was likely to result to Ails
tinllan commerce' b) the American
toasting laws, being mudo applicable
to Hawaii, the probability wiu that tho
Imperial Goierniiient would hnie tnk-1
some action In the matter. When
Unlticl States nskeil the consent of
Great Britain to the annexation, the
latter could nisi I) halo Insisted tbat
Hawaii should not be brought under
these navigation laws, and that Hono
lulu would not become nn American
port In such a unj as to Injun- Austra
lian trade. He bclleied that America
..... .....,c c ..,. amend.
being anxious to make the annexation,
would hnu. nemnl tn ihl. m.,.i, I
thing to nsk for, while a largo propor
tion of the people In the United States
wcro lery muih ashamed of these nail
gatlon laws At the present time it
would take some lengthy negotiations
to hale the matter adjusted, but he
thought it tho duty of the Go eminent
to seek the eooperutlon of the other
colonies with n view of making such
repicscutatliin to the Home Goiern
iiient ns would open up the mattei for
discussion. Those who had commer
cial experience would not dispute that
In future It might become a matter of
iltal Importance to Austrnlla.(Chccrs.)
At the same time, when he suggested
that the colony should make some
mme In tho matter, It might haic
been possible to secure one. of tho Isl
ands of the same group for 11 landing
station In connection with tho Pacific
table. If such nn Island had been se
cured It would hnio obviated the neces
sity for the present long stretch be
tween Fanning Island mid Vaneouicr.
In (inclusion, bo hoped that the pres
ent (lo eminent would be nblo to reme
dy tho cill and haio steamers ll)li,g
tho British flag placed on 11 fairer foot
ing than they were now. (Cheers.)
Clarence Macfarlnno's horse, nttneh
ed to n light phaeton, run away from
King street near Fort this mornli.g
and went at n terrlllc rate toward Wul
klkl. At Alakea street, the animal made
I short turn. The phaeton tipped, sent
all the things out Into the road mil
then righted Itself ngaln. Tho hone
kept on until It arrived at Mr. Mic
fnrlatio's ollleo. There the animal stood
for a moment and then ran ami) again
A Japanese stopped the runaway out
sldo W. II. lilce's stables on School
street. Fortunately the horso was not
a bit Injured and the carriage will onlv
need nbout ?10 worth of repairs.
AUSTRALIA'S CAULE 8CHIIMU.
Vancouver, B. C, Aug. 11. Ad
vices from S)dney, N. S. W., today hull,
into that tho Australian scheme for the
laving of n Pacific cable will bo soon
an accomplished fact. An arrange
ment bus been concluded between the
Governor of New South Wales and tho
Eastern Extension Company for tho
Immediate commencement of the work
nnd the proposed undertaking only
awaits the sanction of Parliament.
Tho Metropolitan Meat Company sent
nut notices to its customers today stat
ing that an advance of three cents per
pound will bo made on beef and veil
The cause of this action Is stated to 01
the duty which now has to be paid or
Australian beef. Asldo from the duty
of two cents the price of beef In Aus
tralia has advanced one cent.
I). II. Case, court stenographer, will
leave In the Australia for a well-eurtiud
lest of tvvu months.
A notice to members for a meeting
this evening of Co. II, appears under
The Mokolll tamo in from her usual
ports this afternoon.
line Job Printing at
rp. . , , ,
I nirty-one Jurors ana
GRANTED THE JUKY
Jurors View the Scene of the Tneedy
. . ..
mis Aiiernoon-rne uiner
Matters ofFiles of the
The empaneling of n Jury to try Sari-
Lorbeer, which began at 11 o'clock )cs-
terday, was completed at 11:30 this
morning, when the following named
being declare! satisfactory by both
sides wertrsworn: John Wntcrhous.',
i:. Oicnr White, 11. P. Sulllian, F. II
Armstrong, W. M. T-mpleton, 11. W
"rfc"' C M' ;jlcl' M' K- Kcl1'"-
1 Kdioie, w. 11. iinyseiucn, sum iv
Spencer, A. FemaniUz nnd W. L.
No less than eighteen Jurors were e
ciiscd fortnuso during the empaneling.
Tli'e defenso poremptorll) challenged I I'UolUans, the part) who rubbed tho
eleien men, the prosputlon one man '!n"llans of their Independence, con
ivhtlijonownucxuiscd byconsent The 'rol'-,' Congress Tho Democrats ore
total number excused wns 31. In tliolnBP,n"1 ''xatlou uuu arc opposed to
ml,,Uoof .,-,... ., any attempt that will rob the people
,'"" "' cur"" nriprnoon liie ''.. . . . . . ,,,,' ,,,,,
lnr lmnrl wu exhausted, when thy "r lnelr r,B'U8, The Democratic pai ty
moinlng, nnd nttnehiucnts-wcro order
ed tn Issue for tbenf, but In a few min
utes the) appeared and gaie excuse'
that wero accented.
iMtornc) General Dole appeared with
Depot) Attorney General Cathcart tble monvy from w - Smllh '"ll1 other,
morning, nnd when the Jury weipfw,' rt'llrt cnt ,,ia i-l'uMlcan party
sworn bo stated to the Court that hot ,,e,r' tm,a'- T'16 Democratic paity
undcrsteM.il the elcfendnnt waived the '' the party that will benedt tho nat'ie;
mmlrenient of kiwidnu the Inrv e. I Uuwnllans, because It will not sanctlru
regate.1 from thoommnnlty uulto.tlio
trial was pending.
Judge Sllllmnn called tho defendant
up and nsked him 'If he were willing
that, when the Court took recesses dur
ing tho trial, the Jurors should bo al
lowed to separate and go to their
homes. He signified that he had mi
objection to granting Ibis liberty to thu
Jurors Mr. Dole wanted his counsel tn
sny, ns a matter of record, If they con
sented to the snine privilege. Messrs
Andrews and Thompson consented.
It was then agreed that the Jurors so
this afternoon to view tho place whe.re
Lorbeer wns killed In the railway sta-
lion uird I
Mr Cathcart briefly stated the care
for the prosecution.
Judge Sllllmnn, In announcing recess,
giuo tho usual iiiutloii tn the Jurors to
hold no conversation with anybody
outside about the trial.
Judge. Hiimphrc) has ordered the
perpetuation of testimony of Nnkoo
kaa, w ln tho case of Fanny Struu'Ii
is. Cecil Brown, before George Lucas
oulSiitiirday, September 8.
Cicll Brown, trustee under tho wltl
of Walter M, Gibson, flics his final
account with a petition for leave to ic
slgn ns such trustee. He shows 10
cclpts of M,22.'.7I nnd payments of
(1710.55, leaving 11 balaneo of $12,512.1!)
due tho estate.
Tearing Down an Old Building.
The two-story framo building that,
since the early seventies, has stood
on the premises opposite tho Dousett
home In Dovvsctt lJine, Is being toin
down. This building was built by
Geotgo Kenton and wns first used ns a
laundry. After thnt, it was used for
various purposes, In 1S8J and '83 Cap
tain Bcrgcr taught the Ilcform School
bo)s haw to piny various band instru
ments and prartlio was held tliero of
ten. For several years past It his
j stood unoccupied, an eyesore to tho
Fine Dog from Const.
A line Great Dane dog was brougl.t
from San Francisco In tho C. I). Bonnt
for Mr. Schultzo of II. llackfeld &
Co, Ltd. Tho animal has an excellent
pedigree, the father being Defender, a
prize winner of many seasons at the
bench shows on the Mainland. The dog
should have been brought by tho Al
bert but his cars had Just been ci.t
when that vessel sailed from San Fran
cisco and It was not deemed advisable
to tako him nn n trip Just then,
NATIVE HATS AND PUGGAREES 1
Full linn nf above goods are shown, In
Iwakaml tint Miiuufai Hiring Depart
illcnr.i Alexander Dciil.
Prof, W I) Alsxmuler jifieni.iiy rr-1
iftlvml news of the dentil of his u
llnnr), uhleli imuinNl at Nw Cali
fornia, llu was tpciull)' odiitHitf fori
J'iiht. i Ui:nth.
the Ml ( HKlnnTliiK prof. Inn hai
Ing in the degrei nf MiillnM rne.tl-ee-r
nt the Ilosimi I'nlii. ink, 1 It
wblb still pursuing his similes scleral
us ago his heallli brok. down Prof.
xander and famll) harp the sym
pathy nf the entire rommunlt).
Albert' Htern Rottin.
m. n-m of the aukh im b
found to bo rotten at a point aboic tin
uatcr Hue and It will take scleral duo
before this portion of the ips1 ean
b remedied. The Albert c-atnp off tha
mnrlne railway yesttriUy nnd Is now
tnklng on sugai from tho KIIjucu lluu
at Wllder's whirf.
Lnbor Uny Rti:ca.
Tho committee of the Honolulu Driv
ing Association met the Labor I'nloi's
celebration committee with regard to
the races on Monday .V satisfactory
understanding wns reached In regard to
the prizes There will bo n meeting of
the Association directors tomorrow
eienlng whpn flnnl details of Ijibor
Day races will bo settled
John II. Wise has written n slgn-d
letter published In the Aloha Aim'
Aug 25, of which the following Is a
translation Under the heading The
Principles of the Democratic Part)
"The Democratic party Is tho party
of Clci eland who tried tu restore the
monarchy, but failed becaute tho Ite-
regardless of whether a man Is rich ci
The Democratic party gaio to the
Hauntlun people, full cliil rights, uud
wero not beguiled Into accepting bribe
"" measure that will .leprhe us of our
riKuin, uuu i j 1 eiuiHjsc. cuose woo in
the past seien years haio elono evcr)
thtng to deny us those rights.
It Is for theso reasons that tho white
people hero who s)iupathlze vvlth tho
Hawallans and some of tho Hawaiian
people themselves have Joined tho
Democratic part), believing that reco
nltlou can only bo obtained through
that lurty. a nolltlcal narlv slrnne nn.l
I Inllucntlal enough In Congress to de
feat the purposes of our enemies the
"i,a,u''v""'a' "" """ ""n pur
,,n.""' '"''K the past seven yea-s
,In,, h" nrC ""r Cne,n,''" ""lny-
" I" tr,,e thnt In the Democratic
ranks nre found some aiincxutlonleti,
but this fact will not hurt the nathe-i.
for there nre only 11 few of them, not
siitllclent to make their Influence felt.
The vvnnts nnd wishes of our whlto
s)mpnthlzcrB nnd those Hawallans who
lovo their country will bo heard, for
they constitute tho great majority of
the people who haio Joined the Demo
cratic party. The more the natives are
who Join our party, the less Influence
will these annexationists have In the
Great sale of boots and shoes at 5
cents on the dollar at L. B. Kerr &
Cb.'s shoe house, corner of Fort an
THE WATEBMAN IDEaL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H.
ROUGH AND READY
IN CALF AND KID
, IN ALL SI.ES. :
ItlticM" fr Tans.
Our $ Bob
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