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VOL. IX. NO. 1338.
HONOLULU, H. 1., TUESDAY, MAY 7. 1895.
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IktrOBTIM AMD DEALER IK LUMBER AMD
ALL XIM08 Or BUILDIMO MaTEEIAU.
Fort Btieet, Honolulu.
K. HAOKJTKIO) A OO .
Ukmibal Commission Agents.
Corns r Fort and Queen Btreeu, Uuuomiu.
TSO. 8. BHITHIEB.
Auctioneer and General Business Agent.
Mahutoua, Hohala, Hawaii.
MAHCrACTUBlNO JEWELER AMD WATCH
MAKER. Koknl Jewelry specialty, farticuur
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IBON WOBKB,
Stiam Engines, Bcoab Mills, Boilers,
Coolxbs. Iron, Brash amd Lead
Machinery oi Every Desonpuou Made u
Order. Particular attention paid to Bblps'
Blacksmithlng. Job Work exeonted at
Atlas Assurance Go.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONN
Avnnt fn' Hawaiian Island
Oitt Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Bts.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113 -
Fine Carriages Ac Civil Drivers
To be had at all hours.
J. S. ANDRADK,
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, L'd
Cor. Allen k Fort 8U., BoioIbIb.
HOTJjTRTUST & CO.,
IS THE GREAT
STRENGTH - BUILDER.
and breaks up
cures skin erup
llty, and drives
font every clo-
cral dulilllty, or
any oilier ali
ment arising from Impure blood, should tnko
Ayer'.s Barsaparlll.i. It gives strength to
the weak, nnd biniin up llio system gciicr
ally. By Its use food Is made nourishing,
sleep refreshing, nnd II to enjoyable.
1U.0HEST AWARDS AT TTIE
World's Great Expositions.
Made It Dr. J.OAjcr .t Co, Lcmoll,Maii.,U.S.A.
CTfllowiiriiof.fliriji Imltitlwu. Tim name
f jrer'it Sniriipiirlllu Is rrmnmi-iit mi illi.
niiior. nn.l l blown la tlm gLittuI mcu u(
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Solo Agents For ho Kepnblla if Hawaii.
People UK ho Write
on typewriters marvrl
that busy business men
still cling to the pen pro
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ubiny a typewriter would
not voluntaiily return to
the old method, because
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work, of a better quality,
and with lens i-ffort on
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Ustd a Typewriter
believes the task of learn
ing to write a difficult
and hopeless one. Try.
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work with the pen.
That's quite natural j
you are just learning.
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stinctively. It becomes
easier and you will then
begin to n alize the use
fulness and benefit of a
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will cither make or mar
your writing happimss.
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desiring a machine, that
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lity, docs perfect work,
and lastly, has tho easiest
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This typewriter stands at
tho head. It has all tho
latest improvements. '
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T. W. HOBRON, Agent.
JR--- 5- s- " --'95 T T
At 7:30 o clock at
Skquaii will Ketnre from
his Gilded Chariot. on his
jJcS-For your own benefit,
come, see, hear and judge for
Tho business of tho country it
sottlini; into its forinor groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, the cows in the
Iiasturo switch Uies instead of bill
ots with their tails and the c roam is
richer in consequence. We boliove
wo have satisfied every one of our
customers who have taken milk from
us and wh are in a position to sup-
a great many more 1 no people
wfio from choice or nrcossity visited
Waialae during tho past two weeks
have had au opportunity to soo just
what sort of diet our stock feude
upon, and uo longer wonder at the
richness of tho milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery arc the
best. With the exception of a day
or two early iu tho late unpleasant
uess our drivers have always beon
on time at our customers' residences.
Wo take this opportunity to thank
those who have boon patient with ue
and to solicit a contiuuauco of their
patronage. Wo will bo iilonsod to
(ill all orders telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to be puro and
free from adulteration,
Tiik WAIALAE RANCH.
Bush and Nawahi, the Alleged
Conspirators, on Trial.
Van Clesen on the Witness Stand Testi
mony Same as Given at Preliminary
The trial of John E, Mush and J.
Nawahi on tho charge of conspiracy
was commenced in tho Circuit
Court this morning before Judgo
Cooper and the following jury:
II. E, Cooper, J. S. Kawowohi,
Win. McGurn, J. W. Aknua, Illram
Kaaha, A. BMiaw, II. Kahalewai, H.
Kolomoku, .las. L. Holt, Jr., J. Ka
pali, C A. Long and William Chung
Attoruey-Gentual Smith is con
ducting llio proooution in person,
whilo J. K. Kaulia, J. M. Poepoe
and J. M. Kaueakua appear for tho
The firxt witness put on the stand
for tho prosecution was J. H. Van
Gieseu whose direct examination
took up '.he tiiorniug session. The
testimony giveu by tho witness was
limilar to that given by him at the
preliminary examination of the do
fondants before the District Court.
Tho afternoon fussiou which com
menced at 1 p. m. is being taken up by
tho cross-examination of the witness
by Mr. Kaulia, whoso first elTort was
to impeach the character of the wit
ness by making hiul testify to cer
tain events iu his life, such as how
many times ho had been married,
Judgo Cooper on tho exception of
tho Attorney-General to this lino of
cross-oxamiuatiou ruled that tho
witness's character could only bo
impeached for veracity. That what
ever his private life had been made
uo difference iu tht case before the
Court. Could tho defense prove
that the witness had been convicted
of porjury they would be at liberty
to do so, as that would atToct his
credibility as a wituess.
As the Bulletin goes to press the
witness is being crossexamiued on
the differences in his previous testi
mony in tho District Court aud that
giveu to-day And fortified by the
diary kept by him, which is now bo
fore tho Court.
During tho morning tho witness
produced a diagram of streets aud a
list of residences aud people to bo
guarded when the uprising took
place, which has been admitted iu
Threo Japanese, Harada, Matsu- j
kami and Ito, pleaded guilty to tho
offeuso of malicious injury aud wore
soutouced to pay a fiuo of SiiO each.
Tho chirgo of seditious libel
against Edmund G. Xorrio of tho
Independent was nolle pros'd at tho
opeuiug of court this morning.
In tho civil suit of F. W. McChes
ney, assignee, vs. Autono Lopez, au
action in assumpsit, an auswor has
been filed denying all the allega
tions iu plaintiffs complaint.
Frank Gouveia, convicted of lar-
1 ceny iu the third degree on October
2th last for stealing nine fowls of
tho value at $0 aud who appealed
from Judge Perry's ordor sentencing
him to one month's imprisonment
and a fine of r'5 uithdrow his appeal
this morning aud will sorve out his
Iu tho case of Emma Defries vs.
Bruce Cartwright and H. E. Mcln
tyre, executors of the estate of Dr.
Georgw P. Troii!eau, to recover tho
sum of .?J937 on a promissory note,
return of summons has been made.
Tho case will not be tried beforo tho
In tho matter of the bankruptcy
of Kwoug Hop Lung Co. of Laha
ina, Maui, the Marshal has made a
return that ho has delivered tho as
sets of tin firm to William Good
ness, who has qualified as aisignee,
under the order of tho Court.
In the breach of promise cao of
Almira Kahauanui vs. V. V. Ashford
a bond of $."00 hvs been filed by the
defendant to tho effect that he uill
pay all damages awarded to the
plaintiff to the extent of $500.
Booked to Leave.
The following are booked to leave
for the Coast to-morrow by the
Mrs. Ha field, Mis Cook, O. B.
Spalding. Mios E. 11. McLeod, N
Iloylc, Mr. ud Mrs. Cainelleri, Col.
V. V. Ashford, W. II. Ferguson and
wife, Wray Taylor, Mrs. F.K Jamei,
Gen. A II. Jont, Mrs. E. S Ctiuha
and son, MUs K Ctiuha, Prof. Libor
nio, C. Ferguson aud wife, II. S.
Barnes, F. E. White and wife, Mrs.
T. Hoffman, Dr O. 0. Fowler, Mrs.
E. M. Metoalf, Miss E. K. Metcalf,
Morrisou Fuller and wif-, Julius A.
Palmer, Allen Fowle and wife, Miss
Ora Fowle, Miss F. Ii. Halsay, Miss
0 D. Metcalf, Miss J. C. Chalfaut,
Mrs. P. Sather, Mrs. Hubbard.
The Helon Brewer. '
The ship Helen Browor, Mahany
mater, arrived this morning, 113
days from Now York with y,r00 tons
of froight consigned to Brewor &
Co. Tho vessel sighted tho Norwe
gian ship Fort una from Swansea
!!1 deg. 50 mill. W. long. From 50
in South Atlanta to 50 S, Pacific
was made iu 1G days with moderate
southeast trades. Crossed tho
equator in 1.27 W. 1 22 S. Iu 1.20 N.
spoke tho British ship Luudenhill
bound for Astoria. Had fine weather
tho remainder of tho passage.
The Yacht Spray.
Paddy Curtis is now tho ovvuer of
tho yacht Spray which has gained
such notoriety during the past few
weeks. Tho yacht was registered
yesterday and to-day Curtis had tho
little vessel measured and entered
at the Custom House. Curtis in
tends to use tho Spray as a trader
between the islands. Curtis pur
chased tho Spray for 500.
The Hawaiian Hardware Oo.
This wideawake firm has a change
in its advertising column to-day
which is devoted to election affairs,
rats and rat traps, can openers, ice
cream freezers aud other interesting
subjects. Tho advortisomeut is woll
Now that tho war of tho revolu
tion is over, it is tho duty of every
man to support tho existing form of
government. Although things may
not move with that cordiality that
would ensure an everlasting peace,
still thoy may bo allowed to subside
into that indifference without animo
sity that would allow either party
to work out their best interests. All
thiugs considered it may bo for tho
best, but time, the only arbitrator iu
such cases, must alone decide that
1 James T. Stewart is a Plumber and
I will do your work in good shape
! and at figures that will give you
1 James T. Stewart,
15 Bethel Street, Honolulu.
J Captain Julius Palmer, special
eorrospoudent of llio New York
Evening Post, leaves for homo by
I to-morrow's steamer.