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OAHO RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTEH JUNK 1, 1893.
LOOAIi AND GENEBAIi
THE BIGHT OF BAIL.
To Kwa Mill.
Leave l'cnrl City...
Arrlvu Ewa Mill. . .
Leave Ewa Mill..
I.eavo Pearl City.
A. Saturdays only.
O. Bunduys excepted.
D. Saturdays excoptcd.
Tho P. G. band will play at
Hawaiian Hotel this ovoning.
Jas. F. Morgan will soil 100,000
shinglos on Friday, Juno 80tb.
At this ollico you can bo directed
to a largo airy furnished frout room.
closure appears in
notico of foro
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1893.
Tuesday, June 27.
S S Mllke Mnru, Thompson, for Yoko
hama at 4 p in.
8tmr Milcaliala for KaunI at op m
Stinr W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Likeliko for Maui
Bohr Mahimah! for Walalua nnd Waianae
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Sohr Ka Mot for Hamakua
For Maui and Hawaii, por stmr "V Q
Hall, Juno 27 For tho Volcano: Mr. and
Mrs Braunsehneidcr. For Way ports: Miss
Malone, Murk Hardy, Miss Bates, Edward
Hardy, C Xanpie, MrDelaney, Mr Lath
rop, J W Keawohaku, V Beilowlz, Miss
Quntor, J W Kuaimoku and 30 deck.
Two now piles will bo put in at the Fish
market wharf in a few days.
The schooner Mahimahi had a new
mainmast put In this morning.
Tho American ship Kate Davenport will
conclude discharging her lumber to-morrow
Three hundred and fifty tons of coal have
beens tored on the Oceanic dock for the
through steamers to arrive this week.
'ALL ON ACCOUNT OF ELIZA."
How a Jap Returned to Japan With
out His Wife.
A Japanese accompanied by a
Japanese woman whom ho called
his wife arrived in Deputy Marshal
Brown's office this afternoon. The
woman showed signs of being in
distress. Later another Jap came
on tho scone, and tho services of
Japanese detective Toma wero call
ed in to interpret tho trouble. Tho
first Jap stated that ho had just
completed contract labor with tho
Onomea Sugar Co. and was prepar
ing to leave on the S. S. Miiko Maru
this afternoon for Japan. Tho wo
man was his wife, who had deserted
him twelve mouths ago, and come
to Honolulu to live. Owing to his
contract he had been uuablo to
track his wife until now. He had
found her living with another Jap.
The second Jap at this juncture
produced a receipt signed by tho
lirst Jap, in which it was alleged
that tho woman had been sold to
the second man for $50.
Tho first man denounced tho paper
as a fraud, and that someone had
forged his name,.
Deputy Marshal Brown was placed
in a dilemma and he hit on a plan to
quiet matters. He asked tho wo
man which man she cared for most,
and she decided on tho second ar
rival. Tho officer then told tho man
and tho woman to go their way.
The husband departed on tho steam
er this afternoon.
A notico signed by Sun Ng Co.,
taro planters, is to be found else
where. Theo. H. Davios & Co.'s store will
bo closed on Friday next for stock
taking. A notico in roferonco to tho ostato
of tho late 1. U. Barnfiold appears
in this issuo.
Tho aliened conspiracy and crown
jewels cases will como up in tho Dis
trict Court to-morrow.
Tho funeral of tho lato S. Macau
loy took place yesterday aftoruoon
from tho Quoou's Hospital.
A good chance to buy a nice
young horse, buggy, and complete
outfit, is offorod in our advertising
Mr. Geo. Carter, former ptroko of
tho Yale crow, gave an interesting
talk to the Myrtle Boat Club yester
Captain Drew of tho Hawaiian
bark Andrew Welch favored tho
Bulletin with a day's later papers
from San Francisco.
G. E. Boardman has several desir
able residences for sale, in good
localities. It will pay you to call
and have a talk with him.
Tho barkentiuo Hilo will sail for
San Francisco on 30th inst. For
superior passage accommodation ap
ply to Theo. H. Davios & Co., Agents.
Tho jury empaneled to enquire
into tho death of S. Macauley, who
died from pistol wounds on Sunday,
has brought in a vordict of suicide.
Five Chinese opium fiends wore
arrested last niirht bv the police. A
smoking outfit belonging to another
smoker was captured but tho man
E. B. Thomas, Honolulu's leading
builder, is prepared to give estimates
for all kinds of building, no matter
what tho material may bo, whether
brick, iron, stone or wood.
Lui Oliva was sentenced in tho
District Court this morning to pay a
line of 100 for selling spirituous
liquors without a license on Juno
4th at the notorious Bay View Resort.
Two Chineso opium fiends plead
ed guilty before Magistrate Carter
this morning to a cuargo ol navni";
opium unlawfully in possession and
wore soutoucod to pay a ifaO fine
each. The lads ponied up.
TALBOT'S CABIN BOY.
' Son of a Hawaiian Who Loft Homo
A half-Tahitisn cabin boy of fif
teen years of ago is on tho American
schooner W. H. Talbot. Tho lad's
name is Kowaoa, and his father is a
Hawaiian named Kaika, who loft his
native shores thirty years ago on a
sailing vessel. Tho vessel eventually
landed Kaika in Tahiti and ho left
her there. Tho man settled and
finally married a young Tahitian
woman. Tho fruits of tho marriago
wore five childron, three sons and
two girls. Kowaoa, tho cabin boy,
is tho youngest son and being of a
roving disposition wont to soa. He
has been cabin boy with Captain
Bluhm ovor nine months. Kaika
and Aluahine, his father and mother,
are still living, although tho fathor
is eighty years of ago, and has given
up hopes of ever seeing his uativo
Damages for Assault.
A poculiar civil case for damages
caruo up before Magistrate Carter
yesterday aftornoon. Ah Sing sued
Leo Sing for damages to him sus
tained iu an assault by tho hitter on
May 19. Plaintiff alleged that Loo
Sing assaulted him on Maunakoa
street on tho date mentioned and ho
was laid up in consequence, two doc
tors having to attonu him for bodily
injuries. Other witnesses gavo ovi
duneo corroborating plaintiff's com
plaint. Magistrate Carter gavo tho plain
till $10 damages.
, Are you insured? If not, now is
tho time to provide yourself and
family with a bottle of Clminbor
lf.in's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
liomedy as an insurance against any
soriouH results from on attack of
bowel complaint during the Huniinor
months, It is almost certain to be
needed and should be procured at
unco. No other remedy can take its
place or do its work. 25 and 50
.coat bottles for sale by nil dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents for the
Subscription lists for funds in aid
of tho celebration of the Glorious
Fourth wore oponod to-day at tho
stores of Benson, Smith & Co., Hol
listor & Co., Hobron, Nowmnu ti
Co., and tho Hawaiian News Co.
Tho engine of tho defunct volun
teer Company No. 4 is eugagod to
day pumping tho water from tho
bottom of tho foundation of tho
now Sailors' Homo building. Tho
water was up to tho men's waists.
Mr. Allen Hutchinson, sculptor,
has kindly cousonted to give a prac
tical demonstration in modeling be-
foro tho members of tho Scottish
Thistle Club and friends. It will
take place on tho evening of Mon- I
day, July 10th.
Judging by tho largo numbor of
valuable prizes offered for competi
tion, tho Citizens' rillo match to bo
holu on -ltu July, ougnt to uo a
great success. A list of prizes Is
now published. Look ovor tho list
and niako up your mind what you
intend to carry off.
A horso to winch was attached a
rickety old wagon ran away from
the Fishmarkot at noon to-day. The
animal failed to clear the turn into
Nuuauu street and piled tho vehicle
in a heap on tho sidewalk. Tho
horse extricated itself and with tho
broken harness dangling ran out
King street and was stopped near
Tho funoral of tho lato G. H. Luce
took place at -1 o'clock from St. An
drew's Cathedral, a largo numbor of
friends being present. ov. Alex.
Mackintosh officiated. Tho pall
bearers wore: J. M. Monsarrat, Chas.
Lucas, J. M. Dowsott, T. E. Krouso,
It. L. Auerbach, Capt. Campbell, L.
C. Abies, and Chas. Clapp. Tho in
terment was in Nuuauu cemetery.
Harrison Bros, had eight bags fill
ed up with California hand, and
placed in tho rear of their workshop
on tho Esplanade. Each bag weigh
ed about two hundred pounds. This
morning when Mr. V. Harrison came
down town he found that the sand
had boon tumbled out and tho bags
stolon. It is probably tho work of
some 1 G. cranks, who may have
thought there was something other
thau sand in the bags.
Argumont on Writ of Hnboas
pus for T. B. Walker.
Chief Justice J mid this forenoon
issued a writ of habeas corpus on
behalf of Thos. B. Walkor, ono of
tho threo mon charged with con
spiracy, returnable at 1:30 . m. bo
foro tho full bonch. At that hour
tho Court oponod, with Chiof Jus
tice Judd nnd Associate Justices
Bickerton and Froar on Iho bench.
Marshal Hitchcock brought Thos.
B. Walker into Court. Mr. A. S.
Hartwoll appeared for tho Marshal
soner's detention, namely, a warrant
of tho District Alagistrato.
I Mr. Croighton opened for tho writ
i of habeas corpus. First ho wanted
I to know whothor wo wore acting
I under a constitution. Aro wo living
under a constitution? Is thoro a
constitution in force? Is tho Con
I stitution of 1887 in force or aro wo
living under tho Proclamation of
January 17? Tho Proclamation said
that tho Constitution of 1887 re
mained in effect except as it was ini
mical to tho object of tho Provi
sional Government, which was an
nexation of these islands to tho
United States. Tho only power tho
Government had was to conduct
public affairs and prosorvo tho pub
lic poaco under existing lnws. It
had no power to deprive a man of
liberty without tho right of bail
contrary to tho principles of the
Chiof Justice Judd said tho Con
stitution did not grant tho right of
Mr. Croighton admitted tho Con
stitution did not say a man had a
right to bail, but it did say that
every man had tho right to liberty
aud freo speech.
Mr. Hartwoll objected to remarks
on freo speech. Has tho right of
freo speech boon interrupted?
Mr. Croighton was not going to
pay attention to those little inter
ruptions. His remark was in reply
to a question by tho Chiof Justice.
Whilo ho did not say that bail was
mentioned in tho Constitution, vet
it was comprised in tho guarantee of
life, liberty and tho possession and
enjoyment of property. Ho quoted
Judge Cooloy in his Forum article,
iu tho opinion tho Provisional Gov
ernment could not assume more
power than it had declared for itself
in tho Proclamation. It has no
power to give to anyone tho right to
say that a man's wife and children
might starve ou tho streets, because
their husband and fathor was im
mured iu a coll at tho swoot will of
Tho right of bail was inalienable,
it was part of tho constitutional
term "liborty." Of course murder
or treason was not bailable. It was
deplorable, to say tho least, that tho
power of arresting a political oppon
ent on a political charge, and of
holding tho prisoner without bail,
should bo conferred on tho Attorney-General.
If tho matter of bail
wero lolt to the bupromo or Uircuit
Court, that would bo an entirely
different matter aud in tho public in
terests. Mr. Croighton then attacked tho
Act of tho P. G. on another consti
tutional point namoly, that no law
could have more than ono object
and that must bo declared in its
title. When tho law of 1892 was
passed there was no such law as this
Act on tho statute books. Conse
quently tho law of 1892 could not be
amended in the manner attempted.
This Act purported to bo iu amend
ment of Chap. VI. of tho Penal
Code. But that chapter related
solely to treason, whilo this Act of
tho P. G. dealt with throe distinct
offenses treason, conspiracy and
Tho return of tho Marshal to tho
writ, which by tho way is illegal in not
being sworn to, was faulty furthor in
that it did not stato what crime tho
defendants conspired to commit.
His main point, however, was as
to whether wo had a constitution or
not. Iu no place iu tho United
States or England is tho right con
ferred on a prosecuting officer to
dotormino whothor or not bail shall
bo granted. It was more power thau
tho Czar of Russia or any other
ruler on oarth possessed. Whon tho
prosecuting officer was put above
tho Court it was high time to call a
halt. It was a violation of every
principle that was held dear by
every man who had tho blood of an
American or an Anglo-Saxon in his
Mr. Hartwoll in reply said in
opening that, in deciding whothor
strong languago was justified by tho
facts and the law it was necessary to
find what wore tho facts and what
was tho law. To contend that tho
Hawaiian Government existing to
diry, which protected tho lives and
tho property of tho people, and by
whom alone tho lives and tho pro
perty of tho people of this country
wero protected, had no right to do
anything but administer tho routine
1 ailairs of the country under tho laws
i or the monarchy, except as tlieso
j wero consistent with tho main object
J of tho Provisional Government, was
: absurd. Whore had it been contend
ed that the functions of a govern
ment were restricted to merely ad
ministering the laws!
Enacted or written constitutions
did not contain all the constitution
al principles that controlled a gov
ernment, It was not for a prisoner
to complain because a penalty had
made milder by a now annul
ment. Language about Czars of
Mr. Hartwoll thon dealt with
Judgo Cooloy'8 opinion iu tho For
runi. Ho, as well as othor mombors
of tho bar, was a groat admirer of
Judgo Cooloy. Others, however,
road law as woll as Judge Cooloy,
who had given ovidonco in tho Fo
rum article of having written under
a misapprehension of tho facts of
tho Hawaiian situation.
Mr. Croighton replied, citing tho
Court's decision in the conspiracy
caso of Ho Fon, to show that tho
prisoner should bo discharged on
account of dofoctivo warrant. Ho
emphasized tho points proviously
mndo as to tuo unconsutuiionaiuy
Rich Red Biood
Rosults from taking Hood's
and road tho authority for the pri-1 of tlio Act uncior umcnpns-
UI1UT VU3 uiluaiK". iiuiuuiuj,
again to Judgo Cooloy's opinion,
ho remarked on Cooloy's being
the authority on constitutional mat
ters, and said ho quoted him on a
difforout point than that replied to I
by Mr. Hartwoll. Ho then road an ox-
tract from Cooloy's nrticlo to show
tho limitations of a provisional gov
ern mont. Its authority in legisla
tion was rostrictod to necossitj-, and
ho submitted that thoro was no
necessity to justify tho Act of tho
P. G. in question. Ho maintained
tho P. G. was bound by tho princi
ples of tho Constitution so far as
not in conflict with tho object of
Mr. Hartwoll, replying, did not
understand Cooloy to limit tho legis
lative powers of tho Provisional
Government. Iu reply to a remark
of Justico Froar, ho claimed this
country, under tho P. G., was in no
worse position than tho people of
tho United Kingdom, whore Parlia
ment was supremo.
Mr. Croighton hold that Parlia
ment had no right to fly in the faco
of inherent constitutional principles.
If we had a republic thoro would
not bo a word to say. If tho Gov
ernment could pass such au Act as
tho ono m question it could abolish
tho Supremo Court.
Chiof Justico Judd, on consulta
tion with tho Associate Justices, said
tho matter boing importaut tho
Court would take timo for delibera
tion. Ho remanded the prisoner to
tho custody of tho Marshal in tho
Attorney Gouoral Smith ontorod
lato and took no part in the proceed
ings. Deputy Attomoy Gouoral G.
K. Wilder, Mr. Peterson aud Mr.
Rosa wero present.
m my am
THE MAUI RACES.
Entries for the Races on the Glorious
Entries for tho Maui races to take
place on tho Glorious Fourth aro
closed. There will bo twolvo ovonts
for which thirty-eight ontrios have
boon made. For those who brave
tho terrors of tho doop and go to
Kahului on tho stoamor Likeliko a
good day's sport is promised. The
trotting and pacing race for the
Waihee Purse, $175, will bo an event,
the following horses being entored:
Central, A. F. Hopko; Gorstor, T.
Holliugor; Lot Sluuuiu, Lahaina
Stables, and Johnny Hayward, W.
H. Cornwall. The plan ot the Alain
Racing Association, of hanging up
good purses, is one worthy of emu
lation by tho Hawaiian Jockey Club.
The purses given by the Association
this year amout to no loss than
Tho following aro ,tho entries in
the different ovonts:
1 Half-milo running race: Win
fiold, Ivanhoo, Jr., Loilohua and
2 Half-mile running raco and ro
poat: Oregon Boy, Kapiolani Boy,
Alta Mia and Billy C.
3 Ono-milo trotting and pacing,
best 2 in 3: Central and Waikapu
1 Throe -quarter-mile running
race: Black Diamond, Loilohua'and
5 Half-milo running pony raco:
N. S. SACHS
SSO Fort Street, Honolulu.
Mr. CluiB, Walker
Of Sau Francisco.
"For sovcral yoars 1 have been troubled with
blotches and pimples on my faco nnd lioily,
which wero cry annoying. I tried several pro
scriptions, and also otlicr medicines, but tliey
Hood's K Cures
did not seem to benefit me. Last fall a friend
advised mo to try Hood's Sarsnpnrilla. 1 was
determined to eh o lr
A Thorough Trial.
After using two bottles, my skin returned to Its
natural state. I still use It. as It gives mo
strength nnd vlpor. I never had better health
In my life, and 1 owo It to taking Hood's Sarsa
parilla." chas. Wamseii, with Cirvlll Mfg.
Co., 48 Eighth Strcot, Kan l'ranclsco.
Hood's Pills aro the best after-dinner
Fills, assist digestion, cure headache. ZCc
HOimON", JCEWMAX & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials 1 Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaillel
I.ij;litniid Dark Ground KI1ei't. I'retty Patterns;
SOLID COLOKS COTTOX CRAPE '
In l'ink, Cream, Myht lllue, Onrdlnnl and lllock;
FINK K10VKKI) MUSI.INS IN NKW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ulughaius, Hrocadcd .: l'lain Cliamliricx,
i:ider-don in rink, Crciun and llaby lllne,
I'olka Dot Muslins, Figured Irish Lawns.
A CO.MIM.KTK ASSOIITMENT OF
In Flccids, Olaoolts o.xid. Stvlpea.
Ufc- Come and eo the White Goods wo aro selling at 7, Onml 3 yards for$l. -W
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
to he cosiuvrr.i iiv tiik
Just Opened a Large Line
WII.I, TKK 1'I.U'K AT T1IK
Delow Mrs. Ward's place, tho "Old
V8t Entrance from South street, near
Old Kerosene Warehouse.
On Tuesday, July '93
COMMENCING AT 8 O'CLOCK A. M.
CONDITIONS OF MVTCII.
Open to all comurs, except members of
tho Association who have made u record
of over N) percent ut any general meeting
of tho 11. It. A.; an rillo: live rounds; din-
tanee, Uui)yd.; no hair or bet triggers or
teles-cope sight allowed; entries unlimited.
Entrance feu $1.
Winners to take their choice according
to rank of the following valuable urues.
All entries to bo made at tho Huuge on
dnv of the mutch.
The cash prizes subsciilie by Col. Claus
Hpreckuls, fAu.liO; Hawaiian Carriage Manu
facturing Co., $.1.00; Hollinger'.s Shoiug
Shop, fi.OO; Union Feed Co-, $5.00; Wilder
,t Co.,$.ri.U0; M. l'hillipsutCo., $5.00; Intcr
Island S. N. Co.. lO.OOf Alex. Young, $6.00;
A. 11. C, $5.00; E. S. Oiinha, $2.W); F. A.
Schnefer.t Co., $5.00; have by their per
mission been fixed in tho order given be
low. Other I'ries aro given opposite the
names of the donors:
GTNGHAMS, Latest Pattern;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces in. a,ll "W"icLt!bs,
ALL KINDS OP BELTS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Captain Juon and Doputy-Mnr-shal's
clork Cnolho saved Dr. Wood's
carriage from huing Hinublnxl up yes
terday afternoon. Tho doctor liud
rrtmt iiltn fi utni-.i nil Vimntlll rtl not
and loft ilia horso and buggy out- U(,"
side. The diurnal was startled by a
liaek aud started to bolt down tho
street. ,111011 and Cuellio, who hap
pened to see it, gavo chase liku train
oil ntlilotn.. inul ir;iiiioil nil tint fllli-
ninl. They botTi caught tlio ruins ' support.
on opposite sides of tlio homo ami ,, u!'1 IJ"ll,or
Little Dave, Flash, Yang Lang and
0 Ono-inilo running raco: Oscu
rios, Lord Brock and Cora.
7 Qne-milo trotting and pacing,
best '2 in threo: Central, Hayward,
Lot Slocuin and Gorstor.
8 One-mile running raco: Queen
L. and Billy C.
0 Ono-milo trotting and pacing,
best 2 in 3: Jack, C. S., Lahaina
Chiof, Auptini and Fred. Mac.
10 Half-mile undo raco: Kula
Boy, Aloha Aina, Moi.
11 Ouo and a quarter milo dash:
Lord Brock and Cora.
12 Ouo and a half milo dash:
Queen L. and Billy C.
Chamberlain's Cough lioiueily
Is famous as a
Cure for sovoro colds.
Famous as a
Preventive of pneumonia.
Famous as a
Preventive aud cure for croup.
Famous for the roliof it affords in
Famous as a safe and pleasant
Medicine for children.
j Try it. 50 cent bottles for sale by
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tlio
Ice cream, mark you, tho pure un
adulterated article, at tho Palace
lco Cream Parlors, Arlington Block.
Try it tho next time you aro dowii
. .. U'.oO
. . Hok of Tea
The Popular ESrermau Dry Goods
75 FQRT STREET 75
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
Honry Davis .t Co
Haw. Hardware Co
(lonsalves it Co . . . . ,
T. II. Davies ,t Co.
M. H. (Irinbaum .t Co
M. W. McChesney it BoiflS
... . Toll lbs. llest So.tp
J. F. Colburn .v. Co.. ISag X. Z. Oat-
California Feed Co lSaleofllay
W. H. I.uce .. (ioods $7.00
H. Iloth Ooods for l'air uf I'ants
Pacific Hardware Co ... Picture
.1. B. Martin I'alrof Trousers-
Lewern ,t Cooke. .Koll of Matting ($1'00)
W. F. Reynolds failver llruceli't
K. O. Hull iV Son . Silver Ware ($15.00)
II. F. Wichman
M. Mclnernv . . Straw Hat
.1. T. it II. Waterhouse (llasswure ($10.00)
Manufacturers' (Shoo Co . ....
. . Pair of .Shoes. ($5.00)
Hawaiian News Co. . Album CMi.(KI)
Peacock it Co Keg of Wine
J. Kmmehith .t Co (ioodx ($5.00)
Castle it Cooke . rjet of Carvei.s ($10.00)
Wcnner it Co . . .
Henry May .t Co llox of Tea
Kgunit()unn Photograph Album
lleusoii Smith it Co . . , Doon Perfume
Hawaiian Star Co .
. .1 Year's Subscription Star
Hawaiian (laetlo Co . .
.1 Year's Subscription Advertiser
llulletin Publishing Co .100 Viiting Cards
Real Estate Agency,
No. 519 Fort Stroot.
HZXjIEJIRS &g CO.
S3 FORT STJR.HIHIT'.
Cheiiile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IX GKKAT VAK1BTY
IXD1A DIMITY IX W1UTK and COI.OKKD-Just smihSdo for this climate.
KXOTTKD SWISS A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
FOO CHOO l'ONGKH-UKKAT XOVEI.TIES
SiHtalln and Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
Z Dressmaking Under tlio Management of MISS K. CLARE. JE2
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the "World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Fire rNks on all kinds of Insurance Property taken at Current Kisks Wy
J. S. WALKER,
Acting Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
3 Furnisdied Rooms with or without
hoard; good location.
1 Furnished House at Paluma near Uo-
formatory ticliool $! per Mouth.
1 Cottiigo on lleretanla Street -$'J5 per
1 Cottage on lleretania Street, opposite
'A Stores on Xiiuaiiu Street, near lluro-
Hawaiian Opera House
It. J. I.ovoy . . . I.esneo A Miftiager.
SATURDAYrJDLY 1, 1893.
Door Opens at 7:30; Perlormance at 8.
; uussm was not warrant iil uy a sun-
1 tilo fatatuto passed by a govointnwit
which tlio uponkur as wall as tlio
' inoiiihom of tlio Court had .sworn to
II. IUVIF.S it CO'H STOHi:
be closed on FKIDAY. tho IlOlh
for Stock-taking, WWM
War Inovitablo at Samoa,
Au Auckland do.spatoh of .luno II
Adviuort rouoivod from Samoa to
day autiouiifo that .Maliotoa Kt ill ro
fiihos to coiiipioiiiUo with his rival,
and has diroulod tho Government
forces to advance and on force Mnta
afa'rt HtilnniHsion to liiiu. War iu lio
liovod to lo inovitablo. .Mataafa is
pomounlly very poinilur, and lias
Humorous dovotod uuhoronU.
f bailuble obelises,
Mr. Hartwoll continued, was as old
l as the laws of England. Ouo who
' read Iho law of lCn'land would liud
i that diU'ereiit functionaries had the
giving of bail iu llieir discretion,
lie mentioned several, iueludiny tho
high HliorilV. Tho tpu'.stion was not
, ouo of politics, It was proiio.storous
to say tliat tho right of Helf-protcc-tiou
of tho (ioveinment of tlio Ha
waiian Inlands, was a question of
uilitics, It was lime whon such
icated lutiL'miL'o was em ployed -in
tho words of tho honorable oouusol
opposito "to oall a hall."
For San Francisco
on lleretania sitreet near
but 3JJ feet frontage uml
Will mill for above port on or about
Friday Next, tho 30th inst.,
AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M.
Vtr For IWiigo, having Hitkiiiuii Ai-
(ommoiiuiox, appi) io
-uj-at THi:o. ii. i.vii:s v uo,
Uoumi and Lot
ltu feet ii'im.
Ali-o, a Valuable lllock of Ilrlck
ingri iu the lu'iu t of the City.
Several Denlmble Iteiddcni'CM ut
1 Upright Piano I'or Balo,
The Fourth Aimearaiioc of the
Hawaii Ponoi Diummk ( minw iu their
(Irand Hintorical Performance.
SERIES OF INTERESTING INCIDENTS
Produced a Me
FOR SALE !
Stockholm Tar !
llrcommcudcd Hpechilly by Commit)
(doner of Agriculture
Pw Trjees Affected by Bligtit.
von SALK IIV
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
THE K, K, BATHS
AT REIKI'S, WAIKIKI-KAI,
V I CAN UK OF ANY SKIIVH'i: TO
you In the way of hhiirpeiilng beixMirs,
Carving Knlvcu. l-awn Mower. Filing
Haws, Hepaliing hpriuklcr and Water
TapMiitnl uijilig ripe, noiueriiig iiuware,
butting (IIiisb. Iteiiiilriug Furniture or
Mending Harden liunc, me., etc., iilcac
ring up Mutual Telephone So. .ij before
) a. M. or nelweeii 11! and 1 -M i: u.
7l5-lf N. l' JtUUUKbh.
lTIie Days of Kameliamelia I,"
"KAN1PAU, THE ROYAL HAUNCHBACK."
Soldiorsl Kahili Bearoral Attondantal Etc.
New Soihjs I Now Costumes I
open to the Public and will bo
carried on us a
on Mimdil), June
Ji will he open at U'Ve'
ii 'Jiith, at II ,i rlock A. M.
First-class Bathing Resort
Five Minutes from the Cars.
gW Intending vMtom nhould leavtt Urn
cam lb m t-w Itch nltor puffing the Walklkl
Puiilirv Yard. 7(U-3ui
, Suli.vril'f or thf Daily iuWcin, 6Q
I ctntt ytr aoiWt,