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XXIX. . 2sX). 54. nOOLTTLTJ, H. I., JTBIDAY". JTTLT 1894. WHOLE 1365. r GAZETTE I'UBLlbllEl BY HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO., (Limited,) Every Tuesday and Fililay Morning. il FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM PA TA V.LE IX AD VAXCE. rarBJsiiSulcrHorftjO.HOtu AIuco, Which Includes postages prepaid. H. M. WHITNEY, Business Manager Vnd EDITOR. OOce, No. 48 Merchant Street RATES OF ADVERTISING. s," w tz 100 ISO iou 300 400 60U 1000 H in 200 3 4 00 500 SOU 10 00 1400 I In 300 500 600 BOO 1000 1400 -21100 In 400 600 750 10O0 12 00 17 50 2100 t in 500 750 900 WOO 1500 24 00 3000 4 in 750 1000 1200 lhOO JO 00 JO 00 60 00 5 In 900 I-.") HOO IbOO !400 8600 SO IX) 7 iu 00 :Miuu 40U0 5000 10000 IS 00 IS on K Col.... 17 30 SO 00 40 lW 5000 60 on! 12000 Col, X Col.... 2mm :aoi 5000 500 I icon 15000 mi ,......-......, .UDeadfteUd to the" Editor of tbeltaw fln UaKUe. Post Omce Box. O. - Corrci.ondence relating to Advertise- Gazelle. Post Ufflce Box. O. Cards and all quarterly or yearly afflT'" "- order. . Daily (Tarlts. fVHSCSLLAfSOUS. MSIE. J. PKLLXIFS. 3jndioa' ;rcsscr ,IlAin.Cci.TuiusT and Toilet Akiste. tf.6 , n 1 c I'ljimli M-. s: 1 laiicitco E-:. O. I1ALJ. A: ... LIMITED. Importers and Sealers in Hardware, Plows, Paints, Oils and General Merchandise, OFFICERS: Wm W Hall ..President and Manager E O Wh'te Secretary and Treaurei Wm F Allen Auditor Thos May and T W Director 1356 Corner Fort and Kfnc Sts y B. UWEB4. T.3. LOWBET. C M. COOKE. l,i:'i:um & oooiiu, Successors to Leweb & Diceson, Importers nd Dealers in Lumber, And all kinds or Building Materials, 1356 Fort Street.l'onolnln y EMPIRE HOUSE, J OLDS, ::::::::: Proprietor Corner Nunann ATcnuc and note) Streets. Ciolco Alee, Wines and liquors is." y. KONOLUl.TT IRON WORKS CO yrPf slcam Engines, SoparMills. Boilers,, ZtHciL Coolers, Iron,Bras and Lead Casting Machinery of Every 3 Mid to OrJor "l"J Particular attention p9id to Ships' Blacki smithing. JOB iVOUKexeeuUlun tbeahortes IK55 notice. y H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS, &!c:lsit IT TRUE? Mary Ailau Said to Have Been Arrested for Shoplifting. Mary Ailau, a Kntiakn woman, is in a fair wuy to bjeinl a few moutlia s a truest of tin" Government, says the San FrauuUco Call. Mnrv lias two booths iu the Hawaiian Village at the Midwinter Fair and bas been coining money for the reason that fhe did not pay anything for a considerable quintity of the goods she has been selling. About live o'clock yesterday afternoon Mary paid a visit to the btore of J. J. O Brieu & Co. She went to the silk counter and expressed her intention of buying some j;oods. She look ed at several pieces of silk, but remarked that none mited her. As she walked away Harry F. a floor walker, observed her slip two pieces of silk under her cloak in a manner that took his breath away. He miide for the door and reached it before Mary. When she found him there sho swiftly mude her way upstairs to the ladies' Meagher promptly sent one of the girl cle ks after her, telling her what Mary had coucealed under her cloak. Thegirl was just iu tin e to see Mary trying to hide the two pieces of silk, and when the found she wtw discovered she collapsed. telephone message was sent to poire headquarters and detective Kgan went to the store and arnsted the woman. He took her to the City Prison and booked lie. on two charges of petty larceny. Mary conlrSseil to Egan that on two previous occasions had lifted from O'Brien & Co.'a counters. A- soon as Ejjau had booked her he went made a of NEW LIFE FOR HAWAII NEI. The Young Republic Dawns in a Most Auspicious Manner. PRESIDENT DOLE DECLARES A NEW REGIME. la the Presence of a Large Crowd, the New Ship of State is Launched on Its VovageThe New Republic Proclaimed and the New Constitution Promulgated A Large Number Take the Oath of Allegiance. jk more glorious sun could not have risen over the Republic of Hawaii than that of Wednesday. At eight o'clock, from the front s'epsof the Extcutive Building, the new Hawaiian Ship of State was launched on its voyage. The ceremony was essentially a civil one. No attempt at display was made. Not a soldier was ordered out, and the only uniforms in sight were those by the staff and line officer. Everything passed off quietly and according to the programme arranged. The crowd began to gather long before eight o'clock, the time set for the proclamation. At that hour th re was a large crowd in front of and J never come to mean license in the vocabulary of the Republic, and that the spirit of traffic shall never iuvade the Council Chamber or the halls of legislation And now, in behalf of the men who have carried this cause along and who have stood reudy to defend it witn their lives, in behalf of the women who have given it their prayers and their husbands and son-, for the benefit and protection of all the people of this country, of whatever race or name, and in gratitude to God, whose hand has led us, PROCLAMATION. I, Sinford II Dole, President of Hie Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islatnls.by virtue r.f the charge to me given by H o Executive and Advisory Councils of the Provisional Government, and by Act dated July 3, 1S91, proclaim the Republiu of Hawaii as the Sovereign Authority over waii, CONVENTION. It Adjourns Sine Die after Completing its Labors. HEMBEBS INDULGE IN A LOVE FEAST. An Hour Taken Up Yesterday in llrlef Speech Commemorative of the Fast Elthteen 3Inths President Doll Speaks Touching; Words of Farewell. Day. Thursday, July 5, 1894. The Convention was called to order at 10.05 a. m. Prayer by Chaplain. Roll call. Minutes of the twenty-third day read aud approved. Delegate Kalua presented the report of the Committee ou Arrangements for the promulgation of the Constitution. The Committee reported that the Constitution had been promulgated ou the of July, as recommend d. Adopted. Councillor Brown said that the work for which the Convention had convened was finished. Thu Republiu of Hawaii was launched among the nations, with as bright a future as any. He believed tnat the future would look back on the work of the Convention and regard it as one of the grandest ever

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  1. The Hawaiian Gazette,
  2. 06 Jul 1894, Fri,
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