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TIIH I'VININCI HI. I 14'liM MUSOI.I l.l, II. I HAIUIt ). V, MY ID. IlliM
WA? a.' MfArAf 'Mr ATjLTjXAy
Circuit twirl Iks s
8 Usual Busy Houtinc
Momlny, May II
Knliinn, who I'IciuUmI Riillty tan
Momlny In ImrRlnry cointnlttnl In the
tore of W. W. Dltnonil & Co.'it Btorr,
wnn sentenced by Judge Hlniilry today
to do Itiiprlflnnnl nt Imnl tnliur for ttio
term of IHtccn )cnrn. Ills pirn to lull -Klnry
In I I). Kcrr'B Btoro was not
tiiKcn. Deputy Attorney (icncrnl Dole
nuking for n nollo prosequi In UiIb cime,
which wnn fsmtitril. Loon M. Stnuw
lllll Santog nllnB I'ctor I-'crnnndcz
iilrailctl Riillty to carrying concealed
weapons, nnil Judge Stanley lined liltn
5 with J.1G0 costs. U. 1 Dolo for
prosecution; J. M. Vlvna for defendant.
Amelia Itlclmrrtuon. mother of llntli
nnd George ltlchnrdsou, minora, peti
tions for mi IncrcaBo of nllownncc for
their Biippoit, education nnd mnlnten
nnco from JS.OOO to ?.1.200 n year be
Rlniilng from May 1, 1S99.
Tbo trial of Iho tCRt case of the 0
iliimiiKo milts of Ilognn'a Minstrels
ngnlust the Oanntllnn - Australian
Steamship Company has no prospect of
concluding this nfternoon. l'lnlntlffe
have eight more, witnesses to put on
tho stand. Judge Davis talks of n
night session. On Saturday the evi
dence of Cnptnln Hemming and Purser
Carpenter of Iho steamer Mlowcra wns
taken while that ship was In port. Tho
captain's testimony was that ho had re
fused plaintiff's passage to Victoria bo
cnuso ho had no room for them: deny
ing absolutely that bo drew tho color
lino against them. "They wero nit my
friends," Is one thing Captnln Hem
ming said. The purser's testimony was
Interesting from tho fact that witness
was a clerk In tho defendant com
pany's ngency nt Sydney, and ns such
inado tbo bargain with plaintiffs for
their through passage to Victoria.
They took Btoerago tickets with a re
duction and ccrtnln prl lieges besideu.
Witness bad warned them that if thev
stayed over at Honolulu It would l"
at their own llsk
Tuesday. May IS.
Judge Stanley, at tho leanest of
Deputy Attorney (icncrnl Dolo. grunted
n nolle prosequi to Leo Dnvnl and Uer
tlin Jim tin, charged ns dlsordeily pel
sons. I'. Chllllngwortli for defendants.
13. J. Mahoiiey, defended by Cnth
cart fc l'.irKo for assault nnd battery,
wns discharged on nollo prcsqul.
George l'lggott nnd Trod Hnusler
wero put on trial for burglary by tho
following Jury before Judgo Stanley
yesterday nfternoon: C. II. Clapp, T,
Krouso, C, It. Collins, 0. H. Gallagher,
Geo. S. Han Is Jr., Geo. Angus, John
Euingcr, J. T. Copcland, Jns. L. Tor
bert, Krcd, l'lillp, W. S. Bartlctt nnd
Jl. U. Campbell. As another jury was
sitting nnd many Jurors wero chal-
"The Bulletin Subscription Contest.
$200.00 in Prizes for the Best Hustlers !
FOUR VALUABLE HRlZtiS.
1ST PRIZE, CLEVELAND BICYSLE, $70.00,
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL 94.
Wheels, 28 Inch.
Spokes, blued to Intersection.
Gear, 80 (20 x 7).
Tires, 1 i Inch improved Burwell Racing.
Frame, 22 Inch.
Crank Hanger, 2JS inch drop.
Fork Crown, one-piece drop-ioreed.
Bearings Kurwell Ball, dust proof, oil
In through hollow axles.
Sprockets, flanged and detachable.
Chain, 3M6 Inch Cleveland hardened
block and pin, beveled nnd polished side
Cranks, 6'A inch.
Pedals, Cleveland Rat Trap.
Handle Bar, No. 16, polished leather
Saddle, Wheeler Racing, with L post.
Finish, bl.ick enamel and nickel.
Weight, 20 lbs.
Gears, 6 and 8 tooth rear; 21, 22, 23, 24,
25 tootli front sprockets.
Cranks. OH Inch.
Tires, iji Inch Cleveland single tube
Frame, 24 Inch,
ttiHtttt n imiMlwr Hf liilmnii'ii wrte rn-
HhIihI. It. I'. Ditto fur rriMttntlntij W
lltimimtl fnr difnidiintn. 'I hf of-
i iib vi' h nllpKnl to bnvt bull eointnlt-
I lit n ('hltiwe More Hie nlKht of llio
.Indue D.ivln linn I'liuliimcii tho tnnv
r's repnrl In KMlidiiRknnl Nnlinlo
an w , t. IS. It. I. Woller. bill In
qulty for ntcoiint nnd cancellation n
tiortgngo ,t. A. Thompson, uinstcr, Is
illowed n fco of lf0. Tbo mortgage
vm for llnuotiilii nnd Maul properties,
ho ronslderiitlon being fZ.121. Sum
mons In tho suit wns Issued two years
igo last IVbriinrv. In bis report the
Minster npprovrd llio nceouiit of ilofcn
dnnl found n lulnncc due tho defen
dant of 13!0.r.5. H. K. Kn-tio for
plnlntlff; .1. M. Knnrnktm for defen
dant. John H. Wnlkcr. ndmlnlstrntnr of the
estnto of J. C. Strow, deceased, lias ren
doied nn account showing receipts
$I10:1.10, payments $781.10, balance
$!!2L(i I. Tbo vnlito of tbo estnto Is
nbout $2C00. An order of distribution
and illscharge Is requested.
.1. S. Walker, guaidlan of John D.
Holt, spendthrift, renders nn ncconnt
showing iccelpts f 1 171.92, payments
$U1fi.lrt. balance $51 Ii2. As guardian
of .Tnmes It. Holt, Mr. Wnlkcr received
$9S9.fi7 nnd pnld $1072.17 leaving 11 bal
ance duo tho guardian of JS2.90.
William Kston, charged with tho
murder of Toyo Jackson, pleaded not
guilty beforo Judgo Stanley. Charles
Downing, charged with tbo murder of
Geo. 1'oal, was given tnl tomorrow to
plead, on the application of his counsel,
PJggott nnd lintisler's tilnl for lar
ceny went over this morning until the
afternoon on nccount of the Illness of
Mr. llcnshnll, nttorncy for defendnnU.
R M. llrooks Is assisting tho Deputy
Attorney General 111 prosecuting this
Judge Stanley tills morning disposed
of tho following rases as stated: Lai
I ii, assault and battery, nollo prosequi,
ijcputy Attorney Gencrnl Dolo and 1.
Neumann for piosecutlon; Humphreys
& Andrews for defendant. Lau Wal
Suck and Kim Soon, assault with dan
gerous weapons, nolle prosequi. Depu
ty Attorney General nnd Humphreys k.
Andrews for prosecution; .Neumann lor
defendant. R J. McGcttlgan, larceny
second degieo, nolle prosequi. Deputy
Attorney Gcneinl and J. W. Catbcart
for piosecutlon; S. R Chllllngwortli
for defendant, i'hlllp J. Kerch nnd N.
Hill, lniceny second degree, nollo
piosequl. Same counsel ns In previous
1 ense. Mlko Castcllo, heedless driving,
I changes pica to guilty nnd is fined $10.
' Defendant in pel son. It. A. Ruilkcn-
berg, larceny second degree, continued
until August term, defendant allowed
to go on his own recognizance, nt ro-
' quest of Deputy Attorney Gencrnl. II
It. Hitchcock for defendant. George
Miller, larceny second degree, nollo
prosequi. Catbcart assisting prosecu
tion; Hitchcock for defendant. Tal
Chcong, violating building regulations,
:d on another page,
iplete description of
A more con
is Given Between these
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL 92.
Wheels, ?8 Inch,
Spokes, blued to Intersection,
Tires, i'S Inch Improved Burwell de
tachable, Frame. 22 Inch,
Crank Hanger, zV Inch drop,
Fork Crown, one piece drop forged,
Bearine. Burwell Ball, dtiit-proof, oil
In through hollow axles,
Sprockets, flanged and detachable,
Chain, 3-1 6 Inch Cleveland lurdened
block and pin, beveled and pjlished side
Cranks, 0H Inch.
Pedals, Cleveland Rat Trap,
Handle Bar, nnv reversible No. 9,
polished leather grips,
Saddle, Wheeler Extra,
Gears, 7 and 8 toMli rear; 21, 22, 23, 24,
25 tnnth front sprockets,
Cr.inks, 6'A Inch,
Tires, ijilnch Improved Burwell de
tachable, aid H Inch or ii Inch Cleve
land single tube.
Frame, 24 inch,
HI CV V'ssss'
The "CLEVLlainD" name plate guarantees pcriciion.
This wheel is from the Honolulu Bicycle Co., Agents for Cleveland
Ch'iicennybe made between tlie crrrcsoondintj I adies Models
should the winner of 1st prize be a lady.
trniwfrrtcil In Jury, vtnlvrd cntniilnr.
Neumann for defendant,
(. Hmltli lias presented trust nl
counts ns follows; (limidlaimlilp of
llllt lliny, minor- receipts Si'A.C9. pay
incuts $&SD, bnlnnco dun ward 23(l.t.i;
Iruslci fihlp nf cslnlo of Arln K. Aknu,
(Incensed receipts f 1500.25, payments
$1520.12, tmlnncn duo trustee $19.87;
guardianship of Atinlo Mall, minor
receipts $2952.68, piiymentB $2122.01,
balance duo ward $530.55; guardian
ship of Win. A, Hall, minor rccclpta
$1022.81, payments $1300.81, payments
$1300.87, balance duo ward $315.97.
Magoon & Long for defendant give
notieo to A. G. Corron for plalntllf that
Ibey will nsk tho Court tomorrow to
set n day for tho bearing of Kcnumoktt,
w., vs. Krcd Wundcubcrg, bill for re
formation of deeds.
Wednesday, May 10.
After nrgtimout In tho damage suit
of Krnest llognn vs. Canadlan-Austrn-Unit
Steamship Co. yesterday after
noon, Judgo Davis gavo n recess of nu
hour nnd n halt until '1:30, when ho
charged the Jury. Exceptions wero
noted by both sides. The Jury ictlrcd
to consider Its verdict 11 few minutes
beforo 5 o'clock.
When the Jury was nbscut nn hour,
singing wns heard In tho Jury room.
Judgo Davis consulto.. with counsel
and consented to having refreshments
sent in to tho Jurymen. Ho ordered
Olllccr W. Vida to procure supper for
tho twelvo men from some llrst-clnss
At 9 o'clock tho Jury returned n ver
diit for tho plaintiff with $2250 dam
ages. Mr. ltobcrtson gavo notice f
motion for n new trial.
M. M. I'avao wns tried beforo Judgo
Stanley for carrying concealed weapon
by tho following Jury ycstcidny nfter
noon: C. II. Collins, J. S. Martin, J.
T. Copcland, Gcorgo Angus, John
Kfllngcr, Gcorgo Harris Jr., .las. L.
Toibcrt, G. it. Carter. C. H. Clapp, W.
L. Hopper, Fred, l'lillp and T. Krouse.
J. W. Catbcart assisted Deputy Attor
iie General Dole for tbo prosecution;
A. O. Correa nnd C. Crclgbton for de
fendant. Tho pinsccution's easo wan
largely circumstantial, alleging that n
Knife found In tho iiticct had been
diopped liy defendant while under nr
rcst. Ho had been acting suspiciously
about town nnd followed for an hour or
two by special policemen In plain
clothes, Tho Jury nfter deliberating
nbout half an hour reported hopeless
dlc.igreeincnt nnd was discharged.
In the caso nf Ah Nee, larceny sec
ond degree, continued from February
term, Deputy Attorney General Dolo
moved for continuance till next term.
Mr. llrooks moved to dismiss, which
Judgo Stanley granted. Next day Mr.
llrooks moved for nn order to compel
tho prosecution to deliver up $30 be
longing to defendant. Tbo Court te
fiiEcd to make nn order, saying defen
dant's counsel would have to consult
with Mr. Dole about tho property.
Tho trial of l'lggott and Hauslcr for
huceny wns resumed beforo Judgo
the Bulletin offets to the persons who sh ill hive succeeded
each of these is given below 84sBgg
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL No 90.
Wheels, 28 Inches
Spokes nickeled blued tc Intersection,
Gear, 77 (22x8); with gear case 19x7,
Tires, Hi Inch Improved Burwell Detach
able, Frame, 22 Inch,
Crank hanger, 2 Inch drop,
Fork Crown, one piece drop forged,
Bearings. Burwell dust-proof, oiling
through hollow nxlrs,
Sprockets, flanged nnd detachable.
Chain 3-16 Inch Cleve and ha'd'ned
block and pin. beveled and polished side
Cranks. (H Inch,
Pedals, Cleveland rat-tran,
Handle bar, new reversible No. 9, po
lished leather grips,
Saddle, Flnl-h, black enamel and nickel,
Gears 7, 8. or 9 tooth rear; 21, 22, 23,
24. 25 tooth front sprockets.
Cranks, 6'A Inch, and 7 inch.
Tires, i Inch Improved Burwell De
tachable and i onjf Inch Cleveland
F-amr, 24 Inch,
PedaU, Cleveland Rubber,
lltnnley ihU morning, (loo Klin Fill,
Clilui'BO vhn consul, Is watching tho
piocu'dluits, thu alleged stealing hay
ing In in Horn n Cliincsu storii thu
night of llio Chinatown lire.
Leo Long, Fung Choug nnd Loo I-ook
weiu put 011 trial for iismuiiII with 11
diiiigeious weapon befoto Judgo Davis,
Iho Jmy being: W. M. Cunningham,
L. C. Abltn, 1', ii. Lymnn, A. 1), I cr
unch, I. Ittibuistelii, (1. It, Carter, C. J,
LudwIgBcii, 'I bio, Wolff, J. J. Kgnn,
W. II. Smith, W. Ii. Hopper nnd C. II.
Gray. Uobcitson & Wilder nnd It. D.
Mend for prosecution; Magoon and
Long for defendants.
Tho 23 remaining cases of Hogan's
Minstrels Company's membrri ngnlnst
tho C.-A. S. S, Company Btnnd nsldo
today, "to give tho criminal calendar
n show" 11B 0110 of the attorneys ex
plains. Thursday, May 17.
II. K. Ilenslcy was put on trial for
asanlt and battel y beforo Judgo Stan
Icy this motnlng, tho following Jury
being empaneled: C. II. Clnpp, John
ICIUngcr, J. D. Trcgloan, Jns. L. Tor
bcrt, George Angus, Fred. l'lillp, J. F.
Copcland, T. Krouso. W. S. IJartlctt,
II. J. Gallagher, II. Xcrbo nnd Geo. S.
Hnrrls Jr. J. W. Catlicart nsslstlns
prosecution; S. F. Chllllngwortli for
defendant. llcnsloy, n member of
Uowcrs's merchants' patrol, was al
leged to have laid violent bands with
out Justification on 11 natlvo bontboy
nt night. At noon tho Jury rcturtitd n
verdict of not guilty, two Jurors dis
senting. Judgo Davis was still bearing nt
noon tho trial of a Chlncso assault caso
begun ycstcidny morning by a foreign
As committing maglstrato Judgo Da
vis heard tho chargo of assault and I
battery ngalnst CI1I11 Lum Kynn, n Chi-1
iicbo woman, committed In slapping
Goo Yuen's face. Tho Court found it
was no enso for n Jury, but In dis
charging defendant administered n
reprimand, wanting her to strictly
nvold vlolcnco toward tho complainant.
Lorrln Androws for prosocutlon; l'nul
Neumann for defendant.
C. K. C. Kooko vs. Queen's Hospital,
C. H. Ulshop ct al., action to quiet
title, Is remitted to tho Circuit Cjiirt
for such further proceedings ns may
bo necessary under tho decision of the
Ilruco Cartwrlght's annual account
ns trustee of Kstato of Queen limma
balances at ?.)rJCI.81.
Friday, May 18.
A unanimous opinion of tho Supremo
Court, written by Justice Whiting nnd
concurred In by Justlco Frear and Cir
cuit Judgo l'crry, has been rendored
In William Ilrown vs. Koloa Sugnr Co.
It is nn nppeal from tho district magls
trato of Koloa, Knual, on points of
law. Tho maglstrato had allowed tho
pica of defendant to Jurisdiction, bas
ed on Sec. 1118, Civil Laws: "That
tho district courts of the Ilepuhllc cf
Hawaii havo no Jurisdiction or real no
tions or actions In which tho tltlo to
The winner of the second prize
may choose anv one of these three
styles of machines :
SINGER NUMBER K.
Is an ea-lly operated, light rannlng.
noiseless, osJllatlng shuttle, lock-stitch
machine, suitable for all grades of family
sewing and for light manufacturing pur
poses. It has finely adjusted and positive
mechanical movrments, a slmrt self-set
ting Needle, Independent Thread-Controllers
and Stitch Regulators a combi
nation which secures the highest rate of
speed ever yet attained.
SINGER NUMBER 27.
Is a light-running, quiet easily operat
ed, self-thre-dlng lock-stllch machine,
adipted to all varieties of family sewing.
Among its latest Itprovements are the
simple stltch-Reguljtor, evnly-balanced
Tension. Automatic Bubbln-Wlnder, sim
ple Shuttle and short self-setting Needle.
SINGER NUVIBER 24.
Is a slmule. silent, swift and easv run
ning single-thread machine, Intended for
all kinds ol llglit sewing In the home.
One of Its many attractions consists In
always being ready for use when the
needle Is threaded.
Numner 15 and 24 as above are with
Number 27 comes with the Cabinet
This table Is the hte-t result nf 11ie
cabinet-maker's ,rt, In the Ingenuity of Its
lrrangemein anu inorougnness ol work
in.inshlp. The machine can be folded
down below the table against a hent-wnnii
shield that fullv protects the dress of the
operator and the floor from all dropping of
oil, lint, etc. The machine Is thus
tliorouguiy protected from dust when not
In use and the closed table on be utilized
'c ctb.e- pu-posei The hinged extensln
'e.if that covers the machine when down
is folded back when it Is raised, thus
naking a table-top measuring 50 Inches in
engih bv 18 Indus In width, and uffoid
ng ample room for the work.
From PERGERSFN, Sole 4nt frr
Singer Sewing Machines for the Hawaiian
real rntnta flint) romo In question."
It Is held by m Hupremo Court thnl
n tltlo lo 1111 easement n water rlgh
-Is n tltlo to real estate within tb
meaning of tho statute. Tho nppent 0
plaintiff from the magistrate's ruling Ii
dismissed, but 110 costs of nppent to b
taxed to plnlntlfr. It is declared thn
all similar trespass actions which In
volvo or may Involvo tho question o
tltlo to real estato ought to bo brought
In tho Circuit Court In tho llrst In
Blunce. J. I). Wlllnrd for plaintiff; M
F. l'rosscr for defendant.
Judgo Stanley hns signed n decref
nppolntlng Jns. A. Thompson n com
mlsslnncr to sell tbo School, strcoi
properly of tho Ciinlin estnto at public
miction nt nn upset price of $S000.
Anlo Jaeger petitions for letters of ad
ministration on tho estato of her late
husband, Ouslnvo II. A. Jaeger, hor
second son. Tho estnto Is valued at
$1C,C00 consisting of a $10,000 policy
In tho Now York Llfo, nnd ono of $5000
In tho Mutual Llfo Insurnnco Co., two
slinres In tho Pacific Club $100 nnd real
estnto In Koolaulon valued nt $300.
A verdict of guilty was rendered
aaglnst tho three Chlncso charged with
assault and battery in n Manoa water
quarrel. Judgo Davis sentenced Lung
Chong, who struck tho blow, to ten
days nt hard labor, nnd Leo Cboy nnd
Leo Song to pay $50 fine each. An ap
peal was noted.
It. D. Condon, of tho Merchants' Pa
trol was found guilty, two Jurors ris
scntlng, of nssault nnd battery on Mr.
Dlas. Judgo Stnnley sentenced Con
don to pay $25 flno nnd $18.50 costs
Illgelow for defendnnt.
William II. Marshall was put on
trial nt '.)".() lllla mnrnlno fnr- lll,l
. v ...... ...w......t, w Mtlllit
Committed 111 tlin Kutlllnv Vnlnnnn nnmi
Chief Justlco Judd. Judgo Stanley pro-
biucci, duugo uavis sitting with him nt
tho empaneling of tho Jury. Former
Attorney General W. O. Smith nsslsls
Deputy Attorney General E. P. Dolo for
tho prosecution, and J. T. Do Dolt np
pears for tbo defendnnt.
Tho' following Jurors wero excused
for cause: O. It. Carter, I. Itubcnstcln,
A. D. Larnnch, J. J. Ugan, C. II. Grwy
and W. M. Cunningham. Tho Court
oxcuscd L. C. Abies, defendnvt noting
Mr. Do Holt availed himself of the
thrco peremptory cbnllcnges nllowed
defendant by excusing W. L. Hopper,
Geo. Angus and F. S. Lymnn.
No peremptory challenges were of
fered by tbo Government, nnd tho fol
lowing Jurors wero sworn to try the
C. It. Collins, Geo. S. Hnrrls Jr..
Fred. Philip, W. II. Smith. J. D. Trc
gloan, C. J. Ludwlgsen, Theo. WollT.
C. H. Clnpp, .las. L. Torbert, Join.
Kmnger, J. T. Copeland nnd TI103.
Mr. Dolo read tho chargo also the
stipulation ndmlttlng certain fact
signed by tho Deputy Attorney General
nnd Wni, H. Marshall. Further, the
prosecution admitted that tho caso was
not Instituted by any member of tb
in securing the largest number
Premo Sr. Camera
with outfit $40.
The Premo Sr. represents the highest
type of hand camera. It Is made trom
selected mahogany covered with fine black
leather. The appearance when open Is
ext'emeiy handsome, the finely finished
mahogany bed, and lacquered metal work
being in perfect contrast with the black
The Premo Sr. has Double Swing Back,
Double Sliding Front and Rack and Pin
ion for focusing, the working parts of which
are entirely within the case and when
closed Is merely a neat leather-covered oox.
Both the horizontal and vertical swings
are nt the center of the plate, and may be
quickly adjusted by means of a spring
lever, working In a series of notches In a
bras plate at the side.
The Premo Sr. It fitted with two tripod
plates, and has a panel nt the back focus
ing on tht ground glass when desired, A
reversible View Finder Is attached to the
bed for upright or horizontal pictures.
The l.ensls the Victor Rapid Rectilinear
possessing great power, and constructed
especially for Hand Cam-fa work. It
m iy be removed from the shutter and the
Victor Wide Angle substituted, as the
cells of both lens s are interchangeable.
The N w Victor Shutter, Model of 1899,
with trU Diaphragm anJ Pneumatic Kelrase. Is fuin
i&heJuitli Ihel'remoSr anJ forms a prominent part
of Hie outfit. It uorks betuven the lenses ulllio t
noise or Jir, anJ may be nJJuslel for time exposures
as well as for raplj Inst intaneous work.
1 he KrounJ class Is spring actuate.!, and recedes
lo allow Insertion of holder. Class I'lates Cut and
Knll Mlms. msv alt be used, the holders belntr Inter
changeable. .. Tl Noll Holder Is the I J lest
pattern, arranged for llgnt lroi' or Cartridge Rolls
of film, and It can. therefore t loaded In day
light. ,, . The slie of the 45 Premo Sr. when
closed is only s)1454xt Inches, Including space for
inree Holders, or icon nouer, anj it weighs but a),'
rounds. Tho outfit Includes i Plate Holder,
Tripod, 1 Trays' Developer, Fiver Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod andj.antern.
From LE"MUNYuN PHOTO SUP
PLY CO., Sole Agents,
'a n n M tm M fa na ta ta Pu r tw
To UiiIho the I'liift, M
tm Thn Mcmorlnl Dny nnd Flag pa
Ml Committee of Geo. W. Do pa
Ha Iong Post, (1, A. It., meet P4I
Po thin evening nt 7:30 nt tbo Pji
ps ofllco of Prof. Cook In tho Lovo P-a
p building lo complolo arrange- Pa
Pa ments nnd program for Mem- prj
Ka orlnl Day. f5
Pa Tho raising of tbo flag upon Pn
Pa the High School building will Ml
Pa undoubtedly tako placo on Ad- Pa
Pa mission Day. An cxtcnBlvo Pn
Pa program of exercises la being Pa
Pa arranged for tho occasion. pa
Judd family, but solely by tho Hopub
llc of Hawaii.
I Then tho Deputy Attorney Gcnoral
offered In ovidenco "Tho Sundny Vol
cano" for August 27, 1899, containing
tho nrtlclo on which tho cltnrgo Is bas
cd. Tho prosecution rested hero.
I Mr. Do llolt called II. M. Ayres, who
1 was nBsoclnto editor of tho Volcano.
Mr. Dolo now offered In ovidenco tho
Issuo of tho paper for Sundny, Scptcm-
her 3. Mnrshnl A. M. Ilrown then gavo
.ovidenco, nnd nt 11:29 thq Court took
I recess till 1 p. m., when tho only re
maining ovidenco would bo Hint of lo
Friday, May 18.
Mr. Oat was only surprised last
night as to the early confirmation of
his nppolntmcnt of United States post
master bore. Ho was informed Inst
September by Prlvnto Secretary J. Ad
dison Porter that President McKinloy
would contlnuo him nt tho head of tho
postal scrvlco In Hawaii.
miWI wrlnti 1 iwnillMtiwuKuniM
AS6.00 BOOK FOR ONLY $2.90
Wagner's Stanford Horse and Stock Book.
A crmrlcto i!ctorf
al enc)Uo)a.tlla ol
for hurjc owner. Thti
book contains reonj
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