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               Senate Ex. Doc. No. 156, Fifty-third Congress, second session.

MESSAGE

FROM THE

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

TRANSMITTING

A dispatch from the U. S. minister at Honolulu.


July 24,1894.-Read, referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations, and ordered
to be printed.

To the Congress:
I herewith transmit a communication from the Secretary of State covering a dispatch 
from the U. S. minister at Honolulu.
Grover Cleveland.    
Executive Mansion,
Washington, July 24, 1894,

Department of State,
Washington. July 24, 1894. 
The President:
The Secretary of State has the honor to lay before the President copy of a dispatch 
from our minister at Honolulu, No. 61, dated June 23, 1894, reporting the condition of 
political affairs then existing in the Hawaiian Islands. 
Respectfully submitted.
W. Q. Gresham.

Mr. Willis to Mr. Gresham.
No. 61.]					Legation of the United States,
				Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, June 23, 1894.
Sir: Your dispatch No. 30 of the 2d instant, inclosing the Senate resolution of the 31st 
ultimo, reached here on the 16th instant. A copy was, on the same day, transmitted by 
me to the Hon. F. M. Hatch, minister for foreign affairs, for the information, of his 
Govern-
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