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HONOLULU, H. I., THUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1882.
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The Low's Plot.
AH OLD-TIME YARN.
Sir Gcorgo Mackenzie, vfho flour
ished in iho last half of the seven-
teenth century, trait one of the most
eminent jurists ever known in Scot
land, besides being a brilliant man
of letters. He inherited wealth, and
during his busy life ho added so
much to it that he became one of the
wealthiest men of his time. As a
politician he was self-willed and
stubborn, and at times violent. Be
tween himself and the joung Earl of
Bute a strong political difference ex
isted, which neither showed a dispo
sition to harmonize. Yet tho Earl
had fallen deeply in loyo with Sir
George's daughter, and the love was
by her returned. The l&vers know
that the stern old advocato would
not consent to their uniou. In fact,
it is doubtful if Sir George would
have admitted Bute to his house as
a friend. His feelings were deep
and bitter, and he had been heard to
denounce the Earl as little better
than a renegade.
The lovers put their heads together
and consulted. They were eager to
be made man and wife. Of course,
the young lady could elope and be
married clandestinely, and the father
could not help himself; but, ah! he
could disinherit his recreant daugh
ter; and that must not be. The
yfiung Earl was not mercenary. The
damsel's prospective wealth, as
heiress of ber rich father, had given
her not a particle of extra attraction
for him ; yet he did not like the idea
of having bis wife deprived of her
Just inheritance ; and, natuially, he
did not care to lose such a broad and
grand estate for this daughter was
au only child.
At length the Earl hit upon apian,
and resolved to act upon it. He
visited Sir George in hia chambers,
while the latter held the office of
King's Advocate, and appealed to
mm lor assistance.
Nor, as man to man, in matters
of business, or in any way not iu-
volving brotherly love, fair George
held the young Earl in high esteem ;
and there was no man of his acquain
tance whom be would have more
readily assisted legally. Further
more, the advocate had not the re
motest idea that Bute either loved
his daughter, or that he was familiar
"Sir George," said the Earl,
when he was ready to open his busi
ness, "there is a young lady in this
city whom I dearly and devotedly
love ; aud she has confessed her love
for me. Her father is wealthy. Now,
sir, I care not for the lady's money ;
yet it would not be pleasant to have
her father disinherit her. From this
you can judge that the father is op
posed to our union. At all events
we fear that such is the case. Now,
my dear Sir George, I know that
you would not hesitate to avouch for
The old raau nodded assent very
"And, sir, I think you would be
willing to exert your influence in my
behalf, if I should marry tho lady
clandestinely. Your influenco would
be effectual, I am sure."
And so the Earl went on until he
had brought Sir George not only to
promise his assistance toward pre
venting a disinheritance, but so far
had the keen old lawyer entered into
the spirit of the thing 'that ho advis
ed tho Earl, by all means, to go
(' "Why," he exclaimed forcibly,
"wo man must De unnci, or a 1001,
(Continued on page 4.)
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Dr. Do Fries,
The Doctor has just returned from a
tour around the Islands, and holds flat
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JOHN T WATERHOUSE,
" Importor and Dealer in General
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M" S. GRINBAUM & CO..
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California stieet, Ban Francisco,
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S. N. Cattle.
J. B. Atherton.
n A S T L E
and Commission Mer.
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cral Merchandise, No. 60 King street,
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In English. American and Chinese Pro
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Supplies. Also, white and colored con
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8ST No. 22 Nuuanu Street, opposite
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Pacific Mall Steamship Company,
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Cal. lino of Packets from New, York,
Hawaiian lino of Packets,
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QHARLES T. GULICK,
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AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Oflko, InMakeo's Block, corner Queen
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JOHN A. HASSINGER,
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Contracts for Labor. Interior Ofilco,
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' Real Estato" Broker, Employment
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Lilikalani Manifesto !
OF THE . .
of February, 1882,
Translated by H. L. Sheldon; published
by T. G. Thrum.
Pi'iae, : : '2 oente.
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PEOPLE'S LINE OF
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NUUANU VALLEY ROUTE-.
Up trips: Lavo W. O. Irwin & Co'.
A.M. 6:15, 7:00, 8:00, 10:30.
r.M. 12 :05, 2 :00, 1 :0O, C :10, 6 :30, 9 lOO
Down trlpn: Leave Tim. of J. U, Paty.
A.M. 0:30, 7:30, 8:30, 11:00.
P.M. 12 :4C, 2:30, 4:40, 5: 10, 7:00,9:20
Sunday Time Tabu:.
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A.M. 9:00, 10:00.
P.M. 12:10, 2,:00, 4:00, 0:30, 8:16.
Down trips; I.crvo Kck. of J. II. Pity,
A.M. 0:30, 10:30.
P.M. 12:45, 2:30, 1:30, 7:10, 9:10.
BERETANIA & PUNAHOU ST. ROUTE
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P.M. 12:03, 2:00, 1:00, 5:10,0:16,10
Down trips : Leave Pnnahon street,
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r.M. 12:40, 3:10, 4:30, 0:10,7:10,10:30
Sunday Time Table.
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Baths, fare CO cts., baths included :
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P.M. 12:40, 3:10, 5:30, 7:10, 9:00.
Out trips: Leave W..O. Irwin & Co. '
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r.M. 2:00, 5:10.
Down trips: Leave Walklkl. .
a. M. 8:!!0, 10:50.
P. M. 2:60, 5:50.
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a. M. C:30.
P.M. 2:00, 4:00.
a. M. 7:40.
P.M. 2:50, D:J0.
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