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Saturday Press Supplement, April 8th, '82,
The Native Prcs3.
from tlio llaicaU 2'ae ,1na.
In theso dnvs of enlightenment, tlioro nro tlitco
styles of thinkers to bo found ovorywhero on tlio
fnco of tho cat tli : tlio progressionists, ro-nctlou-ists,
nml tlio iinlllTerent. Philosophers liivvu dis
cussed this, and it Is manifest hero in this country
nu well ns in nil tho civllicd nnd enlightened
lands of tlio gloLo.
There nro rooU points nnd had ones in tho
policy ndvueatod hy tho eitromo progressionists,
nnd mj also with thit of tlio other two classes'
Looking nt tho signs of tho times, it would
appear that hereafter, the ideas of tho to-nclloii-iatB
nnd those who favor tho ilulu ttu, nro to bo
loft in tlio back ground, nnd that tho leadership
in tho affairs of mankind is to bo in tho hands uf
thoio whoso policy is in tho lino of progress.
l'or a government constituted mid situated like
onrb, thcro is need ofloiders mid managers who
will not only puiBUon progressive policy, for tho
advancement of tho mntori.il interests of tlio coun
try, but who w ill out of lovo for tho people, provide
stablo foundations for their protection mid por
potulty. fo understand that tho Hon, Henry A. 1. Car
ter, our Minister Plenipotentiary to Madrid, has
resigned tho olllco of Minister of tho Interior of
tho King's Government ; thcrefmo in our opinion,
lis tho Government now stands on three legs, it
will bo well to till this position before tho meeting
of the Assembly on tho 80th of tho present month.
Wo think tho be3t plan will bo to appoint His
Kx. W. N. Armstrong to bo Minister of tho Inte
rior, mid then to fill tho olllco of Attorney Gen
eral by tlio appointment of some ono ie lined in
tho laws of tho countiy, nnd not allow things to
lemaiu as lit present, when counsel for Govern
ment have to bo hired in any case of importance,
or cl&o depeudenco is placed on a Deputy Attorney
General or Clerk of the Department.
Prom the Kuoloa
A Niw Idea. During a full meeting of tho
Planters' Association of this Kingdom, on Satur
day of last wt.uk, n resolution was utnniniously
passed to petition tho .Legislature in tho coming
Hcssion to oimct a law prohibiting tho importation
nnd sale of mtoticiting drinks in this Kingdom.
This is indeed something new, and when we
consider tho weight nud standing of the persons
composing the association who put forth this
l rii.ciple, the matter becomes invested with im
portnnee, and tho Legislature must so rugaid
their petition for tho prohibition of the bate of
liquor m theso Islands. 'Die men in this associa
tion rcpiei-oiit tho wealth or tho country, invested
in agncultuio and commerce. And they hao made
up their minds, not hastily, but after duo ileliber
ntiou, and with unanimity. Tho importance of
this fnct is evident, and wo recommend our
readers to carefully consider its moaning. Tho
members of tho association are men of knowledge
and they aro fully nivaho to the signs of tho times!
nnd can judge of what is for tho welfaro or tho
prejudice of this country. And wo will do well to
consider tho conclusion to which they, in grave
deliberation, have arrivod.
Uiuiuootionably, drunkenness in these Islands is
tho direct causo of unnumbered evils, and those
who are uioht seuonsly injured by it tiro the ubo.
riginal natives of tlio country. Upon them comes
tho desolation and death, soveii-told mote than
upon othor nationalities dwelling heru. "While
Kiiinchaineha V. was living, ho was asked whether
ho would give his signature to nu not letuoving re
strictions on tho Belling or furuisliiiig liquor-to
Hiiwaiians, prov ided such an Act were to be passed
by tho Legislature. Ho replied to his questioner.
"I will uuvur sign my name to n death warrant of
my country men." Ho knew the ceitaiu coiisc
quoiioos that would follow tho removal of nil re
strictions on liquor in theso Islands.
Kroui llic Eltlt 1'oakolu.
SriiANdu 1 In the oonduct of every association
of thinking and progressive man, it is proper to
project nnd to declare certain measures for the
aire nud protection at their own interests, tho con
ducting of everything pertaining to thoir proper
tied, their rights and their prosperity. Ami it is in
nccordanoo with justice nud equity that they
should make rules and ordiiiaucos for tho mutual
caro of life, of property, and of like interests in
general, for thu growth nud increase of their own
nnd tho uouutry's wealth. Oil theso principles in
geuoriil is b.ibod tho idea of tho authority mid
piotcctionof a consolidated Government ; and in
proportion to the benefit derived from this protec
tion, wo nro required to contribute of our moans
lu tho way of tines. Hut in deciding and fixing
rules for this protection, it is neither just nor equit
able to set up certain laws which shall restrict tlio
lights of tho woak, by increasing the wealthof thu
few. who perhips aro of a higher class.
Theso nro a fuw brief considerations which nro
suggested by tho reports of certain proceedings
gotten up hi tho Convention of Planters and
Plauters' Agents, nnd come from parties who wo
think Iw vo it right to spj i!c ou tho subject, thcro
fore wo have upokou ou their behalf.
The Piattobm or Kim, Hawaii, t ntiie Session
ov 183-'. Mu. Uorruns Pleasu insert theso
thoughts of the people, iw eouuectO'l with their in
teretts. 1. Stop further Importation of lihorora; lot
planters themselves send for their laborers.
L Hither reduce, or elsu abolish altogether the
appropriation for public roads.
;!. lteduco the number of Judicial Circuits,
iiiiuiiimi uiu uuiuocrui uovcruinoui oiucers, boo.
lug that tho pooplo are few and tho work is small.
-I. Do away with nil Cabinet Ministers but one,
nud the money thus saved let it be expended in
increasing tho people, nud uot in bringing In Por
tuguese, 6. ltrject tho proposed nmoudincuts to tho Con
stitution. (. There should bo mutual Sessions of tho Leg
islature, iu order that the evil deeds of Govern
ment olllco rs may bo speedily brought to light
such as thu SSO.OUO that was carried oil lately.
7. Abolish the kill tax, nud put a tax on mules
nud jackasses, for uot men but miluiuU ought to
8. Perpetuate tho restriction on rum for Ha
wniiaus. !). Amend the school laws, and give teachers of
Government schools If a per day,
10. lteject tho leu uillliou loau project.
11. Amend tho law of divorce, so that tho costs
will amount to $10.
12. Hend somo more Hawaiian youtln nbroad to
circle tho globe, and liud somo now pi uits to grow
horo that will be profit ible, and not plant eatio
only, for by mid byo tho country will bo ruined.
111. Forbid the bringing in of resolutions in tho
Assembly asking for jiostago sunups, carriage
rides, nud vessels to go to Kalawao j let members
themselves, and not the publio treasury pay for
Supromo Court Caloiiditr, April Torm.
Tho C.ilondar for tho April Term, comprise!) !l
Criminal nnd 111 Civil cisei for Hawaii m Jury, I
Criminal nnd in Civil casos for Foreign Jury, mid
10 cases for Mixed Jury. Ten cases nru arranged
for sitting in llauco, nud seven Divorco suits nro
sot down for hearing. Subjoined nro tho details :
HAWAIIAN junv ciiiminai. oaiisi s.
Ilex vs. D. Mnhoo, having possession of opium.
Mr. J. Kusscll for dofendant.
Ilex vs. Henry John, larceny of harness. Mr. J.
Itussell for dofendant.
Hex vs. Niimulii, Knnhnuni nml Knukolm w, ns
siult and battery. Mr. J. Kusscll for defendants.
Hawaiian juni civil causes.
Knnpono I: and Kalwihoona w his wife, vs. Na
olm k, ejectment. Maurs. Kaulukou and. I. Itus
sell for plaintiff; Mr. J. M. Davidson for defend
ant. In ro-I'roof of will of P. llarenaba, deco.iscd,
appeal from Ullo District Court. Mr. K. Preston
for appellant, Mr. Nawahi for lespondent.
Daniela Kahakalau vs. Mahina k, ejectment.
Mr. Cecil Urown for plaintiff.
Kniokaku w el. ul. vs. Koa k, ejectment. Mr.
Kaulukou for iilaintlif.
Kawili w el. ul. vs. Knhaleolo w el. ul., ojectment.
Messrs. J. Itussell nnd S. U. Dole for plaintiffs ;
Mr. J. L. Kaulukou for defendant.
Knuialii k vs. Joseph Loell, ejectment, trans
ferred by agreement from Fourth Judicial Cirouit.
Mr. S. H. Dole for pi ilntiff j J, Lovell in person.
Kal.iiokekoi k vs. Peka k. ejectment. Mr. W.
L. Hciloknhlki for plaintiff.
Luka k el. ul. vs. Xoa el. ul., ojectment. Mr. J.
M. Davidson for the plaintiff.
Kaiuoku w el. ul. vs. Kaupi vv, ejectment. Mr.
W. It. Castle for plaintiff.
Kalehua vs. Kauiaku w and Kailianu, her hus
band, ejectment. .Mr. A. S. Hartwell for tho plain
tiff. Her Majesty Kapiolani, Queen Consort vs. Kea
weimahi, ejectment. Mr. L l'irton for the
plaintiff : Mr. J. M. Davidson for defendant,
Kauua I; vs. Kaaimanu k, ojectment. Air. J. M.
Davidson for plaintiff ; Mr. A. 8. Hartwell for de
fendant. Mclo Hololun nnd Apii, mid Margaret Apil his
wife, mid Kailiuili vs. KeouiKapu, ejectment. Mr.
J. M. Davidson for plaintiffs.
lonctov jun cnnus.u, cases.
Ilex vs. ChonM Chow, perjury.
Ilex v. A. 11. Uowe.bellliigliquorwithout license
-Mr. J. llusell and J. M. Davidson for defendant.
Hex. vs. Ahoug alias Low Kong Yuen, accessory
after tho fact of larceny at Judge McCully's.
Ilex vs. Leo Ping, larceny of gold watch.
Her Highness Until Kcelikolnni vs. His Hw II.
A. 1'. Carter, .Minister of thu Interior, assumpsit.
.Mr. A. 8. Hartwell for plaintiff, W. N. Armstrong,
Attorney General for defendant.
Young Sin vs. Kup'iikr.nf., trcspiss. Mr.J.M.
Davidson for plaintiff.
Makakane vs. W. E. II. Duverill, guardian of
Pnlluli a minor, ejectment. Mr. W. L. Holoka
hiki for plaintiff ; Mr. S. U. Dolu for defendant.
Walitnlka el. ul. vs. John Crowder, ejectment.
Mr. W. It. Castlo for plaintiff.
Manuel Jobeph el, ul, vs. John Silva, ejectment.
Mr. J. M. DavnUou for plaintiff.
Charles L. Hopkins vs. Chung U el. ul., eject
ment. Mr. W. It. Castlo for plaintiff.
Kailimolae el. ul., ejectment, Mr. A. S. Hart
well for plaintiff i Mr. Cecil Ilrnwn for defendant.
Ituth Kcolikolatii vs. Aon and Asnn, ejectment.
Mr. A. S. Hnrtwell for plaintiff.
ronEiON JUT.I civil, causes.
Frauk Drown, trading ns Drown & Co.. vs. Akoi,
nssninpsit. .Mr. Cecil llrown for plaintiff.
Goncviovo E. Trousseau vs. George 1. Trousseau,
action for debt. Mr. A. K. Hartwell for plaintiff;
Mr. K. Preston for defendant.
G. W. Mncfarlane it Co. vs. J. It. Mills, assump
sit. Mr. Cecil llrown for plaintiffs.
F. T. Lenehan & 0. vs. J. It. Mills, assumpsit.
Mr. Cecil llrown for plaintiffs.
J. V. Gibbs vs. J. V.. Wibommi, appeal from tlio
Intermediary Court. Mr. V. C. Jones for plain
tiff : J. M. Davldsou for defendant, appellee.
Wnimaualo Sugar Co. vs. A. Herbert nud Harry
Webb, Mr. J. M. Davidson for plaintiffs; Mr. 1.
M. Hatch for defendant.
Fook Geo vs L. Ahlo el. ul., nssumpsit. Mr. J.
Itussell nnd S. li. Dolo for plaintiff; Messrs. Cas
tlo & Hatch and A. H. Hartwell for defendants.
J, Ilyuiau and nl vs. assignees of O. K. Hapai,
bankrupt vs. 0, E. llichardbou, nssumpsit. Mr. A.
S. Hnrtwell for plaintiffs; Mr. E. Preston for tlo
feudnuts. II. Hackfeld A Co. vs. Tho Wainuau Sugar Co.,
assumpsit. Mr. A. S. Hartwell for plaintiff.
M. 1). Wells J: Co. vs. II, A. Parmalee, nssump
sit. Mr. W. H. Cntle for plaintiffs.
J. M. Daii'lo vs. Haupp it Hchrader, trespass ou
tho case. Mr. J. M. Davidson for plaintiff.
G una Geo it Co. vs. L. Aseii, assumpsit. Messrs.
J. M. Davidson mid J. M. Monsarratt for plain
tiffs. Allen it Ilnbiuson vs. (Jnon You Ttti, nssumpsit.
Mr. r. M. Hatch for plaintiffs.
Minister of tho interior vs, Wnlhee Sugar Co.of
Akaloka (Chinese), ejectment. Mr. W. N. Arm
strong for plaintiff ; Mr. F. M. Hatch for defend
ants. llollesitCo. vs. E. 11. Thomas, appeal from the
decision of Mr. Justice McCully Bitting as Inter-
meuiiry iiuuge. air. vv. il. uastle for plaintiff;
Mr. J. Itussell for defendant, nppclUut.
JU11T WAIVED atBK.
H. H. Parker vs. M. Hose, appeal from the Dis
trict Justice of Koolaupoko. Mr, W. It. Castlo for
Charles J. Stein vs. Gideon West, exception to
the charge of tho presidlug Justioo at tho trial.
Messrs. Castle & Hatch for plaintiff: Messrs. U.
li. Dole nud J, M. Davidson for defendant.
T. It. Foster vs. Luai ilnui, exceptions to the rul
ing of Mr. Justice McCully ou motion fur new
trial. Mr. S. II. Dolo for plaintiff ; Mr. J. L. Kau
lukou for defendant.
Kalaeokol vs. D. Kuhnnu, exceptions to the rul
ing of Mr. Justice McCully, on motion for new trial,
Mei-srs. J. L. Kaulukou and S. 11. Dole for ex
ception, Mr, J. M. Davidson for contra.
II. Hackfeld t Co. vs. E, Hal it, of,, exceptions
to the ruling of Mr, Justice McCully ou the trial
of the canso. Mr. S. II. Dolo for tho plaintiff ; Mr.
11. F. Hlckcrtou for tho defendant.
Million vs. l'ekn cl. ul. exceptions to tho ruling
of Mr. Justico McCully ou tho trial of tho causo.
Mr. It. F. lllckertou for plaintiff ; Messrs. H. II.
Dolo nudltolokahlki fordolciidaiitnud exceptions.
Knhaiiu el. ul. vs. Pamaho.i el. ul., nppoal from
tho decision of Mr. Justico Austin Bitting in
Equity. Messrs. CastluA Hatch for complainants.
Messrs. Davidson nnd S. II. Dolo for defendants.
Manu el. ul. vs. Campbell el. ul., appeal from tho
decision of Chancollor Judd iu Equity. Mr. A. 8.
Hartwell for plaintiffs ; Messrs. E. Preston nnd
Cecil llrown for defendants mid appellnnts.
Iiiena k vs. Mary Pahau mid others, exceptions
to tho ruling of Mr. Justice McCully on tho trial
of the c uise. Mr. A. 8. Hartwell forplaintiff ; .Mr.
J. M. Davidson for defendant and exceptions.
H. Hackfeld ,t Co. vs. Leo Ixjy .t Makee Sngar
(o., exceptions to tho ruling of Mr. Justice Mo
Cully. Mr. S. II. Dolu for plaintiffs ; Mr. A. 8.
Hartwell for claimant.
Wing WoTai it Co. vs. Leo jayel.nl., exceptions,
Mr. S. 11. Dolo for plaintiffs; Mr. A. H. Hnrtwell
Practical Pnintor, Docorator, Glider,
Gralnor nud Loltoror, Wniluhti, Maul.
Engine Tor Sale.
xkw yo-noitsfc j'cnvrcu kn-
LOINC, In perfect order. For Sale bv
' lf C- lIHKvVKIt A CO.
H D,."M.v" MYAiisi:xr. n:ni tuis kino.
xi I . ' II,jr."0.',V !A0,0H PIHIIKU. will contlmio the
Maniiractnronf Kleher's Oluinipseno Chirr, nnd will
utU'uil to tlie biiliioss generally.
Ilonululn, .Murch Till, Ibd IbllALT. KIbllKIt.
(S'Jii tin) Bl-lni
X were tills il ly duly elected as Officers or' the 1'l.m
ters I.nbnrund hitiply Cot
Svl."; Vice 1're.lilPiit,
'OIINII- I'ATV Trea-nrer,
K. V. ADAV1H becrctnrr.
J. O. OLADIJ Auditor:
., , K. P. ADAMS, bec'j P. l..S.Co.
lliinoliilu. March iBtli. 1SSJ. kW It W4t
v iiii: Aiji(iit.vi:i a.n.mi ir..i!t:irriN;
tt of the StnrklioMers of tho HAIKU MHJAU CO.,
held at the Ottlcq uf the Agiiil, March SOih. 1KSJ, the
following UOIters were elected for the ciiKtilng year:
.' ,??.,KC 1're.lilent,
II. P.1I.M)VIN vice President,
V VV.'1-'' Treasurer,
i- " AlHKUTON btcrcury,
a. W. PUl'KlvSUN mlltnr.
Mil J. II. AT1IKUTON, ticc'y.
A T TIJi: AM.MIAI, .lIKKTCNtl OS' Tin:
f Stockliolilcru or the KOIIAI.A SWJAll CO . held
March -!lt. Ibai, nl tlio Ofllei- of the Acentu, the fnlluv,
1'i.r Olllcers were elect) d for the c'iih.Iiijj j-uir:
H. 0. AM.KN 1're.lilent,
J. MOIT SMITH Vice President.
K. N. L'ASl'I.K , Treasurer.
I. II. ATilEIHON Sptretary!
M It J. II. AT1IKKTOX. Scc'y.
Notice of Disolution of Partnership.
ruiin: 'i-iAur.:tir,iiii iii'.itirroriitii:
JS cxUtlnt; under tho Arm nnno of John Xott X Co,
U this ils) illicrolv ed by iniitual rourent. Hniuucl Note
retiring and John Nott reinainlni; In the liminis lit
tho old Maud nu Knaiiuiiianu fit. All money mvln;,' to
toalM flrill will fcrtliwllli be paid to J. 1,. llii.hee. who
Is uuthorl7id to pay nil debts now nulii" bv 'aid Urm.
... 8A.MUKL NOTT.
Honolulu, March 3Ut, IKyJ. vat S3-II
rgtuK iiitAviXi iil'ni.mms or .ii v mt;:
U. Iiiulund will bo carried on by inc, lu tho eamc
manner u heretornre. ALSO,
ON HANU AND F0R.UALK
White & Black Sand,
IN QUANTtTIUS TO HU1T.
Oil WINK OF HEALTH.
4 N .KUATEII XOX-AI.COIIOI.U: DINNEIt
XV beverage, pleanliigln taste,
A VALUABLE ANTIDOTE FOR SEASICKNESS!
WcluiVB Jutt rerelvidavinall parcel of thla eiteemed
and well Luoii bevcrace, which weutTer In iiuantltlrs
" TIIEtl. II. DAV1EH A CO.
CUIMtK.MK COUHT OV TUN JIA-
O WAU AN ISLANDS In Probate. lalandofOahu.
In tlio matter of thu Kitate of W. U. MOEIIONUA.
latent Honolulu, ilt-ccanU. At chambert, bifuroJua.
On reailhii; and flllns the petition and account! of
Charlca T. Uiillck Aduilnlalrator of tho eatato of W. L.
Moi'honua, lata of Honolulu. Oshu.ilvceaaed, wherein
h? .'".i'.?,!2.b".alloi';'1,10.'7"i-:!s' ,1"1 rhars'a hlunelf
with SI!.UTa.bS, anil aaka that thu tame mar bo rsainlu
imI and approved, ar.d that a Dual order may bo made nf
distribution of the property remaining In Ida hand to
tho pi-raona thereto entitled, and dlicliarelng Mm and
hit ann-llca from all further rtinon.lbnity aa audi
It la ordered, that TUEhDAV. thu Oth day of May, A.
I) Ion, at 10 o'clock a. m.. bcforulho aald Juatlce, at
Chambrra, In the Court House, Honolulu, be anil
the aaiou hereby la appointed aa the lime and nla.e tut
hearlutf laid licllllon and accounts, aud that all per.
sons lutercatcd may then and there appearand show
cause, If anrtbey have, why tho same should not be
granted, and may present evidence aa tu whu are eu.
filled to aald properly, and that this order. In tho Ha
waiian anilh ttnxlla laueuasea, be published lu the
"Nupena Kuokou and TUturday I'rtaa " uewapapera
prluled and published lu Honolulu, for threJ auccra
le weeka urevloua to the time Ihncln appointed for
Dated at Honolulu, II. I , ilile Slat day of March, A.
1), lbW. A.VUANC1SJUDD, '
Chief Juatlce Supreme Court.
Atteati A. Jloai, Deputy Clerk, tu St
t!?Wtf iu '