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i iy)!lji't'li2f,i'i LsA'i a ititiut w -v woy 3jb? u sw&& ?. F I CLiLLU ) 'S'Z'V -; . "'M ' rl iqmi.'iHi j f jf) t jr. . iMZI J-Ji 1J p " At JL QUA YTITHAUO HI HTOS " ,833AJ 11 m 3ROM 1 Are for Sale at , L. 50 CENTS ON THE Who bought them at One-half their cost and now Public at One-half their value. CORNER FORT AND HOTEL CODNCIL MEETING FRIDAY. ORBHEU2I LICENSE STAY YET BE GRANTED. ilattorB in the financial, Educational and Agricultural Departments are Acted TXpoa. The council meeting met yesterday morning. There were present Governor Dole, Secretary II. E. Cooper, Attorney General E. P. Dole. Treasurer T. F. Lansing, Superintendent of Public Works J. A. McCandless, Superintendent of Public Instruction A. IV Atkinson, Commissioner of Lands J. F. Brown, Commissioner of Agricultore Wray Taylor and Secretary Ilawes. -In addition there were present Messrs. L.l A. Thurston, J. O. Carter. W. O. Smith, D. G. Baliantyuo and Mr. Amweg of the Eapld Transit Company. Mr. Thurston spoko of cutting through Queen street to the beach road and said that most of the property holders were wlllimr to rive them a the larger affairs of f road. the emmeDt iw..,. vtry facTthat U build the Governor Dole asked if the Itspid i ntiyMh w; th Transit Companv would waive th J ot Secretf,TV' T Ala gov,! tlnS was held. This naturally to the Moana road if the enimeut did thR ! caused more or less discussion about Mr. Thurston "said he thought they i convention prospects, and there was would, but, as they had never talked it talk about the temporary chairman. over, he could not give a decisive ; the permanent organization and tha answer. j 16-to-l declaration. The greatest inter- The discussion followed to some est, however was shown in the Vice-length aud it was finally decided that i Presidential nomination. the. Rapid Transit Company should i send in a written statement of the facts discussed. Superintendent A- T. Atkinson spoke of having the number ot school inspectors increased and suggested that the iuspeclor general of schools be changed to the normal instructor. It was ordered that the change in title be made and that the inspector general's work as 8 normal instructor be performed in one of the four districts making the system substantially one of normal districts, and that each nor mal instructor inspect and instruct each district twice and then inter change with the others- Superintendent Atkinson spoke o Aala park and suggested that It bo fixed up. The matter was referred to the Superintendent ofPubho'Works. Governor Dole suggested tbst before any of the United States Gorfernajpnt forest lands hero be cut thatthe matter J be referred to the Washington authorities. He further suggested that the chief forester at Washington bo re--quested to come to iaspect lift frtvttfif tntwlc Articles of incorporation of fc Baldwin and the American Power and Water Company were read. The Attorney General said they complied with the lsw and could be filed. TJpou the suggestion of Treasurer i Laasing it was ordered that f 109,000 be transferred froai the current fusd J.o . the lout fund. The DDlktioa bvGfca&Deiaeatfor a llqaor license was refused, Secretary cooper shovumt tht the council fcieefc lg ooucur i the objection! thereto as- gretea oy ine treaeurgr. - -Tae Orpheum license -was -' agla; , orotkgBC up and. discussed. .Althoa. the matter was held in abeyance, it f l"L T-ii STOW at the next meeting. ' ? . . - " , '- PIT & GO'S MBirsl In the Shoe -:"-?: Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets By their New Owners DEMOCRACY'S CLANS ARE ASSEMBLING. Croker Already Has His Knife Unsheathed for the Scalp of David B. Hill. KANSAS CITY, June 30. Kansas City looked Jike a-convention city In good earnest to-day. The trains brought In many who will take part In the convention, and In the hotel corridors werounen whose faces have become familiar by reason of being seen for years at great national Democratic gatherings. Among them were James D. Richardson of Tennessee. Augustus Van Wyck of New York, D. J. Canipau of Michigan, W. J. Stone of Missouri, Amos Cummings of New York, J, L. of Washington, D. C, and many others who came to be present at the preliminaries. The sub-committee of the National Committee met to-day to make final arrangements. Although thiscommittee does not enter into consideration ct the convention. ,, . ,,.i h It is already apparent that the Cro- ker wing and the Hill wing of the New York Democracy are pulling apart. The New York men already here spjr that Croker is much displeased with the course Hill has pursued, and the Tam many men who were speaking favorably of Hill as a Vice-Presidential candidate have received a severe "call-down" from the Tammany chief. It is said that Hill is likely to make trouble In the convention, but just how Is not apparent at present. It Is believed that New York State will have to give him some recognition, possibly a place on the Committee on Resolutions. It is known that he wants this position, and if some other man is selected it would be a great disappointment for HilL It is doubtful, it Is said. If Tammany cares to go that far. If placed on the Resolutions Committee It Is feared that Hill will have an portunity to cause trouble. He has announced his purpose of trying to secure amodiScatlon of the Chicago platform, having led the fight against it fotir years ago, and he was instrumental in having New York remain silent after the platform was adopted. There is yet much uncertainty about the intentions of the ex-Senator, however, but the impression is that he has something which will cone to the surface soon after he reaches here. Ex-Congressman Charles A. Towne registered at the Coates House this' raornlBg, and. gave out the following signed statement: XI ar sot crowding ray candidacy for the the ordinary- way asd have canvassed no- delegation. Jay-friends rely upon the logic and policy ot the sltaatloa aad expect STOCKS Store at the NOTICE. A DIVIDEND is now due and payable to the shareholders of Hart & Co., Ltd., at their office. CHARLES H. RAMSAY, Secretary. Metropolitan Meat Co. 10S KING STREET. G. J. WALLER, --- Manager. Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS and WAVY CONTRACTORS BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS. H. J. XOLTE : : : : : Proprietor, Fort Street, opp. Sprocket's Bank. First Class Lunches Served With Tea, Coffee, Soda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk. Open from 3 a. m. to S p. m. Smokers' Requisites a Specialty. Frederick W. flankey, Corporation and Maritime Law, Campbell Building-, COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS., Honolulu, H. T. P.O.Box 315. $1.00. " il.?- T--V , kSe: jj. ., a4fcj -.. imr offer them to the STREETS CAMPING SUPPLIES IN OUR STORE you'll find scores and scores of articles particularly suited for camping. ' . FOODS OF every sort in diminutive packages tin, glass, wood and stone handy for packing, handy to eat little waste. ' BASKETS for carrying hampers and hand bags -experience. OF COURSE you don't the experience, but it's of great vsllue to you, because knowing how to pack enables us to insure safe arrival, no breakage, no loss whether transported over mountains on pack saddle or carried in the locker of your yacht. LEWIS & CO. Grocers, in Fort St. Tel. 240. IVhen Buying a JJ'Tied BUY RIGHT, and Always be Bight. THE CLEVELAND does it. HONOLULU BIKE CO. PFLUGER" AND. "M. E. WATSON," a Large Assortment of 1; & Blackwell GROCERIES. SODA, ' CAUSTIC SODA. OILS RIDGING, Etc., CEMENT and BY THE BARKS "J. C. . -We Have Received Morton's and Crosse BICARBONATE OF SODA, WASH PAINTS CORRUGATED IRON, FIREBRICKS, OARBOLINIUM, STOCKHOLM TAR, BUCKETS, TUBS,. TINPLATEsL . SAUCEPANS, TEAKETTLES, Etc V - H. HACKPEU) ft;& M - WTsB w5 ' '" " -V -. -- ilatc $s S(&ofiG&f1Sciai6i2f, sattjbday, july 7, noa . '- I -- - XC2f Wonderful Bargains in Children's Clothing r At Boys' Waist Suits in all Sizes and Varieties of Colors, $1.00 up. Crf - 14, These floods are the W' the Prices that are positively the Cheapest ever offered in Honolulu. , i.-B. THE HTLO TRIBOl W. H. SMITH, ,: . : ' : Editor ABCH. C. STEELE, t :' -Manager Published Every Saturday, CLEAN, RELIABLE and NEWSY ... L50 per " vear 4t ' -Foreign 3.50 This publication has the largest circulation on the Island of Hawaii of any WEEKLY NEWSPAPEB. aud as an Advertising Medium is SECOND TO NONE. READY TO DELIVER ICE THE OAHU ICE, t ELECTRIC CO. 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