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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND .AKTKK JUNK 1. 1K!.
To Ewa Mill
and rooms to
For list ot houses
lot sco fourth page.
Diamond Head, JJ p. in. Wonthor
cloud-, wind light northeast.
Tho band concert at tlio Hotel
this evening will begin at 8:15.
Tho.now football club had vigor
ous praotico at Mnkiki yesterday.
Tho P. G. Legislature
nt 1:30 o'clock to-morrow
Conviction rind Bentenco ot Crown
Jowols Thlof The Conspiracy
Tho foreign jury yostorday roa
dorcd a verdict of guilty against
Goorgo llyan, charged with larceny
! second dogroo for plundering the
I royal crown. This morning the pri
soner wns sentenced to imprison
ment at hard labor for three years
and to pay a fino of $200 and $18.50
SAME OLD TACTICS.
Leave l'earl City
Arrive Ewn Mill......1
Two sprinters struck out Alakea
street to pull in space at 10:B0 last
Uaual Batch of Lies for tho
Honolulu residents would take
less stock than thoy do in tho perio
dical scares got up by tho Govern
ment, and promoted in the Govern
ment press, if they lellectud loug
enough to see how tho stories were
timod with tho foroigu steamer sche
dules. All thoso improbablo jams about
dynamite plots, ana royalist tipris-
Short Croat h, Heart Trouble, Rhou
olair woro put on
for conspiracy acainst tho
Mrs. Cooppr Oakley, high priestess ' sionnl Govornmont. Attoriioy-Gon
T. B. Wnlkor and Archibald Sin-l mgs, and landing oi arms or uisur
n trial this morniug , rectionary purposes, in variably croj:
of Thoosopliy, is a passenger ou tho
Leave Ewa Mill .
Lenvo l'enrl Ulty.
A. Enturdnys onlv.
C. Bunilnvs excepted.
I). Saturdays excelled.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
I1V C. J. I.VONB.
Tho S. S. Alameda will leavo for
San Francisco nt 9 o'clock to-morrow
Tho Bulletin is indebted to Purser
Sutton of tho S. S. Alameda for
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Light showors last night and this
morning cooled tho air and laid tho
Found, on Saturday, a lady's
purse. Owner can have samo by
calling nt tho Tramways office.
Miss Van Anglcn, of tho Kawaia
hao Seminary staff, will leave ou tho
S. S. Alameda for San Francisco.
Hat. ,2li 3 50 40 B ill 10 1 5 42 0 21
Sun. ,2 4 15 4 0 0 3d 11 15 5 42 0 20
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Full moon cm thc2UOi, a 101). 11m. p.m.
Titni' Wlilstlu UlowBUt 111. 23111. H4s. i.ui. of
llotiiilulu time, wlilcli It tlie same us I2h. urn.
0s. of Giucnu Icli time.
THE DAILY BULLBTIN.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 23, 1893.
Wednesday, Aug. 23.
S 8 Alameda, Morse, from th Colonies
Stmr James Makce from Kauai
Bchr Haleakala from Kauai
Wedkimday, Aug. 23.
Bchr Millo Morris for Koolan
Schr Katvailaul for Koolau
Bchr Ka Moi for Laliatna
Vessels LoavinB To-morrow.
RM8S Alameda, Morse, for San Francisco
at 9 a m
B S Miowera, Stott, for the Colonic)
Stmr Jas Makce for Makaweli at 4 ji m
Mr. J. M. Oat, Postmaster-General,
left on tho steamer lwalani yester
day for Kauai ou a business visit.
Mr. V. A. Kinney, barrister, loft
for tho Garden Isle yesterday. It
is expected ho will icturn with a
Several of tho ileet-footed men
from tho U. S. S. Boston wero out
yesterday afternoon for practice at
Foreign jurors not engaged on tho
conspiracy case are relieved from at
tendance at court until 9:150 Friday
Lord Brock and Duko Spencer are
in the pink of condition, as horsemen
saj, for their match raco on Sept. 2,
the Queen's birthday.
Mr. Henry Grube is expected to
return from tho Slates to his island
homo in October. Ho has now
fully recovered tho uso of his eye
A man named Sylvestor was com
mitted to the Circuit Court for trial
by Judgo Robertson this morning
for assault with a deadly weapon on
U. S. Consul-Genoral H. V. Sever
ance and wife wero previously book-
rod to leavo on tho S. S. Alarnoda for
tho Coast, but their departuro has
A wager was made for the cigars
on Merchant street near tho Bulle
tin building this morning that tho
alleged conspirators, Walker and
Sinclair, will bo discharged.
Tho Bulletin is ih receipt of a
neat pamphlet printed at tho office
of the Samoa Times, containing a
comprehensive sketch of the civil
war in Samoa just concluded.
Mr. Frank Poor, purser of the
steamer C. It. Bishop, lb now ablo to
bo out in the light, after his late
accident at Kilauea. Mr. 1'oor ox-
From the Colonies, per B S Alameda,
Aug 23 For Honolulu: G Gustason, H
Banden, J Damiiiu and infant, For San
Francisco: General Kapus, Dr Codriug
ton, Dr Hayes, Rev V Lawler, Mr and Mrs
O I James and infant, Mr and Mrs Yetex,
Mrs J MeTSamara and i children, Mrs
Cooper Oakley, Mrs Trepurovc and 2 child
ron. Miss D Archibald, Miss A Calms, Miss
M E Clarke. Miss S L C.unplon, Miss Gor
rie, Miss M B Jones, Miis F Preddv, Mis
A Keid. Miss Treeurove. F Bell. K T
Booth, Thos Glassey.S Hunter, Mr Ho- j pet.ls to j0 about again uext week,
kin, H Howe, J MuKinley, J E Nolan, J
.Tarry, L, J f.irker, u w I'attprson, w
Bhollshcar, Mr Thormann, Gray Thome, T
Turner, A J Unmack, J T Wright, Master
Kapus, Master Treegrove, and 45 steerage.
For Molokai, per stmr" Mokolii, Aug 22
E S Damon, and 10 others.
Foi Maui, per stinr ClauJIne, Aug 22
Mr Kolda, U i Amana, anu .'0 on aecK.
: stmr lwalani, Aug 22 A
Oat. Miss Kuhler. W A
Kinnev. Mr Kaiser. Max Bchlemmer, 3
Chinese, and 31 ou deck.
For Kauai, per ;
Colville, J Mort
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, due
Am bgt Consuelo, from San Fiaucisco for
Kahului, Aug 5
Bktne Klikitat, from Fugel Sound, due
Ger bk J C 1'iluger, from Bremen, due Oct
Ger bk Paul Iscnberg from Liverpool, due
Am ship Topgallant from Port Blakely
Am bk Amelia, from Pugot Sound, Aug 30
Vessels in Pott.
U B B Boston, Day,
The vandalism inaugurated by the
P. G. still continues. Tho shrub
bery on the south end of tho Execu
tive building grouud has been clear
ed away. This is probably owing to
tho late scare.
Cricket, baseball and football were
all in practice at onco on the Makiki
reserve j'esterday afternoon, making
a rather livelv scone ou the recrea
tion grounds where so much
was of old witnessed.
Jerry Marshall (colored), the
champion lightwoight, and Hickory,
champion middleweight, both of
byduoy, Australia, are tliroiign pas
sengers on tho S. S. Alameda. They
are accompanied by an amateur
from a cruise
USB Adams. Nelson, from a cruise
Am bk Elizabeth Graham, Anderson, from
Newcastle, N 8 W
Am bktne B N Castle, Hubbard, from Ban
Am bgtne W G Irwin, Williams, from Ban
Am bk Albert, Grifiiths, from Ban Fran
cisco Am bk Alex McNeil, Sorman, from San
Br bk Parthcuope, Heal, from Newcastle,
N B W
Br schr Norma, Macfjuariie, from Yoko
hama Ger bk G W Wilcox, Wallers, from Liver
pool Am bk S C Allen from San Francisco
Br bk l.adstock, William-, iroin Liverpool
Br bk Velocity from Hongkong
Tho Warrimoo arrived at Sydney on
The Union Steamshlit Mononai will bo
due from Ban Francisco on Friday next.
The steamer James Makce will leave for
Makaweli at 4 o'clock, to-morrow afternoon
with a cargo of coal.
John Galbrallh, purser of tho steamer
James Makeu, went un puiber on the
steamer C. It. Bishop yesterday, lu place
of Frank Poor, indisposed.
Tho P. G. band will give a pub
lic concert at the Hawaiian Hotel this
eveniug at 8:15 o'clock. Tho fol
lowing program will be rendered:
Ono of the Pinkertou specials re
turning from his night patrol at Ka
moiliih watching mosquitos, early
this morniug was stood up by a P.
G. guard ou Beretania street near
Punchbowl street. Tho Pinkertou
had to show his badge.
oral V. O. Smith aud A. S. Hartwoll
for tho prosecution; A. P. Peterson
mid C. Creighton for tho dofouse.
In complianco with n request for
a ruling on tho question, the Court
ruled that tho prosecution had ouly
threo chnllonges, and tho defendants
each three. As will bo seen below,
the prosecution used two of its three
challenges, and tho defense all of its
T. M. Starkoy, R. J. Groono, J. K.
Wilder, C. Bosso and L. C. Abies
woro excused for cause.
W. F. Lovo and J. J. Sullivan woro
excused by tho prosocutiou.
U. li. Kiploy, Jas. btoinor, ueo. P.
Castle, E. W. Jordan, H. F. Wich
mau and S. G. Wilder were excused
by tho defense.
Tho fohowing jurors being satis
factory woro sworn to try the case:
Godfrey Brown, Chas. Lucas, S. 1.
Shaw, C. J. McCarthy, J. J. Egau,
Henry Davis, Tom May, F. W. Mac
furlano, J. B. Andorton, T. S. Doug
las, F. J. Lowroy and E. Lewis.
bimon von Topaz was the hrst
witness called for tho prosecution.
Mr. Creighton objected tf witness
staling what the defendants stated
to him, as statemeuts wore net nd
missnblo to prove conspiracy 'unless
conspiracy is first established.
Tho Court over-ruled tho objec
tion, and Mr. Creighton uytod ex
ceptions to tho ruling.
At tho opening of court after re
cess Mr. Hartwoll argued that tho
words of defendants taken separate
ly could be used to prove their con
spiracy. Mr. Creighton, replying, contend
ed that there must first be proof of
a conspiracy, a confederacy, a moot
ing of minds, before individual de
clarations of defendants can be used
against them. Ho 'cited Wharton,
an eminent authority ou evidence,
that a common object must be shown
between alleged conspirators to es
tablish a foundation for the recep
tion of individual statements, except
that tho Court in its discretion may
accept the engagement of tho pro
secution to prove conspiracy later-in
Judgo Whiting said he had given
his ruling, unwittingly, under the
impression that tho prosecution had
made such an engagement. If tho
conspiracy was not proved later,
evidence implicating Walker only
would not hold, as one man cannot
commit conspiracy. It had been the
practice in tho Hawaiian courts to
exhaust a witness at one time, rather
than havo mm tell part of his story
once aud the rest again. The ruling
Mr. Creighton noted exceptions to
Von Topaz resumed his ovidonce.
Walker had told him aud Prescott
that thero woro 1000 men engaged
to put down the Provisional Govern
ment aud restore things as thoy woro
before. Spreckels and Campbell
woro backing the movement with
money, and Blount (U. S. Minister)
and Wodehouse (British Minister)
were on -their side. The Govern
ment was lo bo blown up. If wit
ness and Prescott joined them, they
would get jobs in tho Custom House
after the Queeu was restored. Thoy
could show their friendliness by
sport i using the password "WalKer," Wit
ness repeated tho story about an
1 underground passage into the pa
lace, but later was not sure what
! way Walker said he was going to
got into tho palace without anybody
', knowing it. His story is the same
j as ho delivered in tho District
I Major Wodehouse, British Minis
ter Resident, is attending tho trial.
un within a week of the departure
of a moil steamer for tho Coast. Tho
Govornmont press has made so ninny
muddles of hasty inventions put
forth tho evening or the morning
before tho mail's departure, that it
would now appear as if tho authori
ties themselves must needs have
taken up tho scare business.
Thoir stacks of sand bags about
the Palaco having failed to draw any
iiro hero, or to bo treated abroad as
other than part of tho Tiormal situa
tion hero thanks to tho falco pro
paganda of Minister Stevens and
tho subsidized uowspaper fraternity
rogardiug tho character of the oppo
sition to tho P. G. a playiug at
martial law is resorted to again, tho
streets being invested by night with
soldiors armed to the teeth.
Tho Govornmont aud its pre?b
have beeu challenged to show one
iota of occasion for nil this bully
ragging display. Thoy cannot do it,
yet the Bhow goes on. But they
have taken the trouble to deny a
story traced, as near as could be, to
their own door in effect that they
gave an alarm to tho United Slates
warships iu port, which resulted in
the stopping of the tiiou'si shore
liberty for several days. And so far
ns all the evidence published aud
not confuted goes, tho cause of alarm
was apprehension of trouble in tho
ranks of the Government's forces.
Tho other day tho ovoniug organ
published the results of a purported
investigation iulo tho various ru
mors. There was 75 porcent of as
sertion which tho balance contra
dicted. The ouly allegation stuck i
to was of a formidable dvnamite '
conspiracy, but it was .made in a
way that uobody hero gave it the ,
slightest credence. But tho lie was j
concocted solely for export, hence j
local credulity was not a factor in i
the case. Again tho Star comes out,
yesterday, with a blustering article
on tho Government's ability to
crush an insurrection and massacre ,
all its opponents. Nothing, how-!
ever, is more certain than that tho
sole motivo of the article was to
produce a false impression abroad.
Thoro is not tho slightest Justin- '
cation for thoso scares aud wa.dike ,
demonstrations on tho part of the
opposition. Never was thero a time
when tho opponents of denationaliz
ation more fully realized tho value
of patience and quietness than now,
while thoy aro in daily expectation
of intelligence that tho U idled States
is going to prove true to its tradi
tions of honor and justice toward
weak but friendly nations. It is
very satisfactory to hnv't tho oppor
tunity on this occasion of forestall
ing by the outgoing mail tho false
hoods already in print or to be
printed in tho meantime on tho situ
Mrs. L. 31. Paino
Eagle Creek, Oregon.
"I hnvo lived hero In Oregon for too pait
tn cnl y j tvirs, and nioit nf tho lima luvo boon a
vciy gicnt sufTcicr from laClnmr.intorjr
rliciiiiiuii-in. l luvonljolr.dwliattliotloctor
calloillicait disease, with shortness of breath
and sharp p.ilns In the left bti'.e. I deckled to tako
Hoad'3 S-impai Ilia, and beforo I li.ul finished
tlirco bottles I was In bettor health than I had
been for j cars. I do not li.io any pain now,
sleep well, and to-day no woman of my ago
Enjoyo Cotter Health
than I. At homo on tho ranch I not only attond
to my family housework, but last summer I
cai cil for and milked four cows. I do not (ecl
that 1 cau say halt enough In praiso of
Mns. I.. M. Paixe, Eaglo Creek, Oregon.
Hood'o Pills aro prompt nsil cflleleut, yet
easy tn action. Sold by all druggists. 23c
HOBltON, NEWMAN CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
For This Week Only !
N. S7 SACHS'
5ao Port Street,, Honolulu
TABLE -:- LINENS
SIX SPECIAL BARGAINS, !
Fine White Table Linen, (51 inches wide nt
00 Cents per Yard
Extra Fine Blenched Table Linen. UJ inches wide at
' 90 Cents per Yard
Unbleached Damask Table Lin mi, 51 inches wide nt
j 40 Cents per Yard
Unbleached Damask Table Linen, fine quality at. .
I 50 Cents per Yard
j Unbleached Damask Table Linen, extra quality, 08
' inches wide at 00 Cents per Yard
Red Damask Table Linen at 00 Cents per Yard
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
August 22, 1893.
Attack on tho Jury.
Scandal in tho Station House.
A Quarter's Finances.
Honolulu Police Department by C.
Notes ou tho Passing Show by Ob
server. Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Full Retorts of Cases on Trial.
Editor Johnstone's Trial for Libel.
I' UO VISIONAL LEOnSLA TURK:
Report of Session P. G. Councils.
STORY OF KOOLAU'S DEED:
As Told by Two Kalalau Lepers.
Lies Spoil Jack's Liberty.
Explosion at the Palace'.
Local News and Gossip.
Shipping Reports, Etc., Etc., Etc.
YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION :
Home $4. Foreign $5.
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Very Reasonable.
iiCThe above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
THURSDAY, AUSUST 3, 1893.
FIGHT AMONG SOLDIEHS.
FIVE MILE BA.CE.
Arrangomouta Concluded and the
Event to Take Flans Next Month.
Overture Frolic Students
Selection YunUcu Tickle.
Medloy-ltcd Hot .
Echo Piece lu Suluerlnnd
WalU New Melodies. .
March The Gladiators
Miss Noruh Egnn, head of tho ,
milliuory department of Ejj.in A:
Guuu, luaves by tlio Alainedn for a I
vacatiou. She will attond the Win- j
slow-Lylo wuddiny nt Oakland, and
altor a visit to tlio wonu s air win
works on the ralnco grounds was
removed to Waikiki this morning,
Mr. Andrew hrown, Superintendent
of Water Works, ovorseeiug tlio re
moval. Tho plant will be usd in
coniieutiou with tho now Makiki ro
Mr. T. B. Walker's two young sons
wore seated on tho steps of tho
Opera Hou-o this afternoon to fceo
limit- fnilinr nnsi. In t'oiirl. As thov
lingered tlmro fonm timo afterward, September (i to Mr
a big large-hearted unt ho policeman Wiuslow, book-koopor
conducted them to tho courtroom, 1'rwi of that city.
where thoy didn't know Hint t hoy
would lie allowed to go.
Mr. Joseph Marsdon, Commis
sioner of Agriculture, has received
I from tho garden of Mr. W. Jas.
j Smith a pnculiar fruit from a lemon
I tree. It has tho sio and scent of
J an orange, with tlio smooth skin of
. a lemon. Tho Commissionei ro-
gaids it ub prod nut of cross ferli
1 ligation of tho blossom.
Ma. Thomas Wright, who will act
as trainer for Autono Kaoo, the
Waialua "canary bird," has made
final arrangements with J. Barry, of
the U. S. S. Boston, to run the much
talked-of live-mite race on Sept. 9th.
. , ..11 if,i : .... J.ii uvuiii. wni tone ijiuuu mi mu
take a rest at her home in Michigan. , BasHlwll LeaBU0 Toaaldt and wiu bo
Tho boiler of the old olectric light lor Wo a siuo ana tho gate receipts.
xi siuaii aumission ieo win uu uuarg
od, Tho raco will take place about
4:30 o'clock iu tho afternoon. Both
sprinters have boj;uu active training,
aud a good nice is expected.
To Be Married Abroad.
Miss Mary Lylo, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. jas. Lylo and formerly
bookkeeper in tho Bulu'ti.v ollico,
will be married at Oakland, Cat., on
Mr. Herbert 11.
of the Pacific
Lylo, sister of tho brido prospective,
goes forward by tho Alameda to par
ticipate in tho wedding as brides
maid. Tho couplo will make a
honeymoon trip to tho World's Fair
and 5lichigan, where tho groom has
relatives aud tho brido mauy friends
gained in a former residence there.
.Miss Lylo has the host wishes oi her
former' fellow-workers in the employ
of the Bulletin Publishing Co., as
well as of a host of other friends in
Lively Fracas of Qunrds in tho
While the trial of Ryan alias
Horner was going on yesterday after
noon, a free fight took place among
P. G. guards ou the grounds of the
Judiciary building. Tho clamor dis
turbed the court proceedings und
tho fight was in full view of tho jury
box. Captain Zioglcr, who was at
tending tho trial, hurried out to
quell tho turbulence. Thero was
heavy slogging done by sovoral of
tho pugilistic sons of Mars for a few
minutes, when ono of tho leading
duo secured un armistice by crying
Tho civil war is all over.
Tho King of Samoa is having a
new houso erected.
The principal robol chiefs in tho
late war have been sentenced to pay
fines, ranging from $2000 down to
Robert Louis Stevenson had an
other serious attack of illness about
tho beginning of this month, from
which he has now recovered.
Mataafa the rebel chief has been
sent to Faknafo, ono of tho islands
of the Union Group, pending in
structions from the Great Powors.
JapniMFaDC Goods Stop
Next door to the Palaco Ice Cream Parlor
HAS JCST BECEIVCD
Beautiful Silk for Ladies' Dresses
, IN SILK AND COTTON;
. EMBROIDERED v SILK v PARASOLS,
CARD AND NOTE CASES,
:m:. . lhsvy
7 D FORT STREET 7 5
tff Cfvttt m EHh flpCl
116 King Street (Hakal Side)
Hot. KekaullUo St. and King Strtwt Bridge.
Robinson Block, Hotol Slreat, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSOKTMENT OP
HAS I'OB SALE
The success of Mrs. Annie
Boaui. of McKeosuorl. Pounsyl
in tho treatment of diarrhoea i
children will undoubtedly bo of in- !
terost to many mothers. She says: '
"I spent several weeks in Jonstowu,
Pa., after tho great Hood, on account
of my husband being employed
there. Wo had several children with
us, two of whom took tho dianhooa
vorj' badly. I got some of Chambor
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy from Jov. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of thorn. I know of
sovoral otlior ciimsi whoro it was
equally successful. L think it can
not bo excelled nnd cheerfully ie
commend it." 25 and 50 cent bot-
tlos for sale by all dealers. Ileusun,
Smith & Co., agents for the Hawai
ff&All Kinds Japanese Silk,
OUEPE, 8THAW HATS,
Etc, Etc, Etc.
Vii is'tafitft?- jttocsfcfo-g--'-Szi
.-'v - v"
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OU DAMAGED GOODS KEI'T ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Streot, oppo. Bethel Streot.
IlKLI. TELEPHONE fli'i. - OT MUTUAL TELEPHONE Wi.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Oppo. Bethel St.
19 UQI.mt'O A '
a- e 3sr xj 1 3sr m
AT THE FAMOUS STOKE OF
IB. :e EHLBRS &d CO.
SOS Be e 1 1 FORT STRHBT,
Canton "Weisn FaTorios !
A lianduumc Cotton Fubric, New Styles tins n-uson, tliu clltcts uru lac-bl miles ol China
bilks; to bcu tlimu iwuns tu appreciate tlicm. 1
bilk flnlsli jiut out, real Frcucb Oiunb tire iIik lluoi anil tlio craze of tlio tcnion.
Caslirxiere S-aTolinaes SO Gents "STarcA I
One of tlio hantUomubt Wush MaicrmU tliid euiuou untlrul) now and
(or the pric Ima no equal
"WTLiite T-jawns anci ODimity 1
In l'JuIn, blripdl anil t'liccki'd in i;rc.it variety,
t" Drosimialring Under the Management ot MRS. BENNER. .-)
Tlio fivo Jnns arrested yostorday
nftornoon for linvinv oho fa tiekuts
in poi-si'Sbion woro lined 25 eni'li in
tlio DibMi'l Court this iiioriiini,'.
Tlio womiin with di'cluirped. J. Ij.
Kuululioii, t'oinifol for di'fiiiKlnnls,
Mr. II. J. .May urs, of Oakland, Md.,
says: "I huvo bold thirteen holtle.s
of (Jhumtmrlaiii'H Cuuuh Hoinody
todin nn x am liturally sold out.
TIiIh is tint larv'Obt halo on rouord of
DURING MY TEMPORARY Ail-feeni-e
from tlio country, Mr. Clrireiicp
M. White will uct for inn in all matters in
connection with Mucfarlanc it (3 . (lili.
E. C. MACTARLA.S'E.
Honolulu, Auk. -'3, 1SUJ. 811-:ii
winttid His Honor lo impo-o n l any ouo preparation in n day ovor
NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN.
LI. BHOOTIN'ii OF OAME ON
Harry Hnstinph, a comie Finder,
Vvlio has duliuhted inauvnuaudioiu'o
utv tho Alhambia,Syduoy, Now South
W'Vilee, is a through pastoufur on
thoS. S. AUinedo.
hiniill lino oi o, as lu nail "ii" mum
1 in liif mind" that the did not po&-
fco'!) tlio oho fa papurs. Dopnly At
! loriiey-Gonoial Wildor blutud that
ton I i 111065 would bo inoio like it.
I Tho Judgo bquarod tho dofondiuj
oui eoiinlem. It L'lves tlio host Hat-
ibfacllou of any eoii'di inedioiiio wu
haiidlo, ami ns a beller il leadH all
iithor propuratluiid on this umiL-ut."
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Smith Si Co., ujfouta for tho llawai
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