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HAWAIIAN STAR, TtfUSDAY, SMPI'MMBKK 10, 18&3.-8TX PAGES.
THE NAWILIWILI TERM.
RETURN OF THE COURT
Disposition of the Cases on the Cal
endar -Only a Few Cases go Over
to the Next Term.
By the ste.irner Iwalani news was
received of the closing of the Septem
ber term of Court of the Fifth Judicial
Circuit at Nawiliwili, on the island of
Kauai, by Judge Whiting. The ses
sion lasted nearly two weeks, during
which all the cases on the calendar
were heard and disposed of with one
exception which went over to the next
term by consent. The following is a
complete record of the cases tried and
their disposition :
CRIMINAL CASES HAWAIIAN JURY.
Provisional Government vs. Eleinu
kule and fifteen others. Fishing with
giant powder. Appeal from Waimea
District Court ; J. L, Kaulukou for
defendants. Two of the defendjnts
pleaded guilty and were fined $50
each without costs, the others being
Provisional Government vs. Kane
and Mere Waua. Adultery. Kalo for
defendants; appeal from Kawaihau
District Court. Appeal not perfected,
and the defendants ordered returned to
Provisional Government vs. Kanoko.
Gross cheat. Committed from Hana
lei District Court. Case tried and ver
diet of guilty in the second degree.
Defendant sentenced to sixty days at
CRIMINAL CASES FOREIGN JURY.
Provisional Government vs. loau
Rapozo and thirty-eigh others. Tru
ancy. Appeal from Lihue District
Court. Fines deposited with the
Judge. The appeal not being per
fected the fines were ordered defaulted.
Provisional Government vs. A. Dot
and A. Lung. Committed from Wai
mea District Court for assault on a
police officer. W. A. Kinney for de
fendants. Indictment found Septem
ber 7th. Case afterwards nolle pros'd.
Provisional Gjvernment vs. Antone
Taechere. Committed from Lihue
District Court on a charge of man
slaughter. The defendant in this case
was a Portuguese boy who, on account
of his youth and the mitigating circum
stances attending the affair, was allowed
to plead guilty of assault and battery
and fined $30. V. V. Ashford for the
Provisional Government vs. Tau Wo.
Appeal fro:n Waimea District Court
from a conviction for importing opium.
S. L. Kaeo and A. S. Hartwell for the
defendant. Case dismissed as no con
viction could be had on account of the
death of Deputy Sheriff Stolz, the prin
Provisional Government vs. Minoji
Kawauo. Committed from Waimea
uistrict court on charge ot UDel in a
Japanese paper. In this case an apolo
gy was made and accepted and the
Court refused to allow an indictment.
Provisional Government vs Nicolas.
Committed from Waimea District Court
on a charge of housebreaking. De
fendant pleaded guilty and was sen
tenced to four years at hard labor.
Provisional Government vs. Ah Toi,
committed from Waimea District
Court on a charge of bribing a public
officer. Plea of guilty entered and
$20 fine imposed.
Provisional Government vs. Aono,
selling liquor without a license; appeal
from $200 fine imposed by the Lihue
District Court. Appeal not perfected
and fine forfeited.
Provisional Government vs. B. Luces,
committed from Koloa District Court
on a charge of assault with a deadly
weapon. The Court refused to find
an indictment on the evidence sent up.
Provisional Government vs. Ah Lee,
charged with malicious burning. In
this case the Government declined to
prosecute and the defendant was dis
charged. CIVIL CASES HAWAIIAN JURY.
W. Winury vs. Aalona, replevin of
three horses; appeal from Hanalei Dis
trict Court. Jury being waived, the
case was tried by the Court and ver
dict found for the plaintiff.
Kaulana vs. Daniela. Suit to recover
debt of $30. Appeal from Hanalei
District Court. Jury waived, lease
tried by the Court and judgment ren
dered for defendant.
Anakalea Kaia vs. Kalohelani Mai-
oho. Ejectment. C W. Ashford for
plaintiff and W. O. Smith for defendant
Amendment to complaint allowed and
the case continued for the term by
MIXED JURY CASES.
Koloa Sugar Company vs. Kaulehua
Contract labor suit . Appeal from the
District Court of Koloa. Kaulukou
for the defendant Case not being
properly appealed is dismissed from
the Calendar and the defendant re
manded to the custody of the Sheriff.
Nakai vs D. d'Abren. Replevin of a
colt. Defendant appeals from judgment
of Koloa District Court. Kaulukou
for defendant. Jury waived and cause
tried by the Court. Judgment fi
FOREIGN JURY CASES.
Amina et al vs. I.au Kona. Eject
ment. J. A. Magoon and W. A
Kinnev for plaintiff, A. Rnsa and A S
Hartwell for defendant. Jury waived
Cause heard by the court and decision
Manuel R. Jardin vs. L. Medeiros
Slander. C. W. Ashford for plaintiff,
Paul Neumann for defendant. Jury
trial and verdict for defendant.
JURY WAIVED CASES.
Lepeka Kaumaikaohu vs. Pipili et al
Ejectment. W. (J. Smith and A.
Hartwell for plaintiff and A. R sa for
by the coutt and
Kainaule vs. Nagamoto et al. Suit
to recover debt of $110. Appeal from
Waimea District Court. Tried by the
court and decision reserved.
The cases of the Provisional Govern
ment against Kekoa for assault and
battery, Nitaro for selling liquor with
out a license and Sam Kaike for vag
rancy were passed, subject to the de
cision of the Supreme Court in the
matter of the right to waive jury trials.
W. Charman vs. Koloa Sugar Com
pany. Trespass. Appeal from Koloa
District Court. The case not being
properly appealed, was dismissed.
Koloa Sugar Company vs. M. Gon
salves. Suit for debt. Appeal from
District Court of Koloa. Appeal not
perfected and cause dismissed.
S. W. Kaneole vs. Ah Lo. Illegal
impounding of a horse. Appeal from
Hanalei District Court. Judgment
Kuamoo vs. Kahilikolo. Suit for
debt. Appeal from Hanalei District
Court Continued by stipulation
Provisional Government vs. Auaka
lea. Assault and battery. Appeal
from Koloa District Court. Appeal
nut perfected and defendant ordered to
pay the line imposed by the lower
Medeiros vs. Manoel Rodrigues
Jardin. Replevin. Hartwell for plaintiff,
Rosa for defendant. Appeal not per
fi'cted and cause dismissed.
Namu vs. Kuaiwa. Rosa fur plain
tiff, S. K. Kaeo for defendant. Con
tinued for the term by stipulation.
I. C. Long vs. Lizzie P. Long. Kaeo
for plaintiff, Kaulukou for defendant.
Ane (w) vs. Kawaahakaale. Kaulu
kou for plninttff, Poepoe for defendant.
Continued by stipulation.
Haiha (w) vs. Keoloewa. This case
was partly heard and then discontinued
without prejudice on account of the
absence of witnesses.
Nalani Kapuku vs. Lizzie Kapuku.
to et al.
BITTEN BY A DOG.
Wanted Two Hundred Dollars
Judge Robertson's time was occupied
yesterday afternoon in trying the civil
suit of Ahuna vs. Alapai and J. K.
Iaukea to recover $200 for damages
sustained by plaintiff from the bite of a
dog. Plaintiff testified that he lived at
Kalihi and while fixing a ditch last
Monday was bitten by a yellow-brown
dog, owned by defendant Alapai. That
he had been put to much pain and in
convenience thereby, had had to pay
lor a doctor and to procure a substitute
at $1 a day. The dog was a vicious
one and had bitten real hard, in fact
the bite was half an inch deep, and
what with the loss f time in coming to
town to prosecute this suit he thought
$200 would be about what he ought to
have to square the matter. Two other
witnesses then testified as to the gen
eral bad character of the dog, who was
described as extremely vicious, in the
habit of biting people, and of absent
ing hi.nself from home and wandering
around without any visible means of
support a regular vag in fact. Buth
defendants swore the doe did not
belong 10 them, never had done so
and never should. That it had been
born on the place, but would stay
around in spite of their efforts to drive
away. I hat it was a bad dog gen
erally, and much addicted to staying
out nights and running after dogs of
the opposite sex. 1 he Court gave
judgment for the defendant, and the
dog still pursues his vicious career.
DEFIED THE COURT.
Bowen Refuses to Plead
Charge of Larceny.
The usual monotony of the proceed
ings in the District Court was some
what varied this morning when the case
of the Provisional Government against
P. Bowen was called. Mr. Bowen
had been arrested on a charge of lar
ceny in the fourth degree preferred by-
James Dodd and had been released
pending his trial on a bond of $250,
with H. E. Mclntyre as surety. De
fendant was accused of stealing and
carrying away one pair of screen doors,
valued at $5, the property of H. A.
Widemann, in Honolulu, on or about
August 31st. When the case was
called, W. A. Kinney appeared for the
prosecution and C. W. Ashford for the
defense. The charge was read to the
defendant and he was asked what his
plea was guilty or not guilty. Defend
ant refused to plead to the charge and
with his counsel left the courtroom.
Judge Robertson quietly ordered a
bailiff to call his name three times at
the door and, no answer being made,
ordered his bond forfeited.
This afternoon Judge Robertson
issued a bench warrant for Bowen on a
charge of contempt.
Band Concert To-night.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
moonlight concert at Thomas square
this evening at 7:30, with the following
1. March "A Day in Vienna" Schild
2. Overture "Poet and feasant". . . .Suppe
3. Miserere "II Trovalore" Verdi
4. Selection " Maritana " Wallace
par 1 11.
5. " Reminiscences of Donizetti" Gudlrey
6. Waltz "Special Reports" Ciibulka
7. Mazurka "Nana" Coragttio
8. Galup "Vivacity" Coragcio
Work on the new buildings of the
Electric Light Company is rapidly pro
gressing. The machinery is all here,
and it is expected light will be furnished
in any quantity about December 1st.
HAWAII ANSWERS JAPAN
Japan is Plainly Told That Her Labor
ers Must Come on the Old Terms
or Not at All.
An important official communication
on the Japanese labor question went
forward on the China this morning,
and although strenuous efforts were
made to keep the matter quiet the
Star is enabled to give its substance.
It was nothing more or less than the
reply of the Provisional Government to
the recent demands of Japan on the
Hawaiian Government and on the
Planter's Labor and Supply Company,
with regard to the first in relation to
the suffrage and the latter as to the in
creased charges demanded, some $13
per head. For reasons best known to
the Government, it has been deemed
best not to allow a copy to be
published, of the reply to the
recent demands of Japan which
was this morning forwarded from
the Bureau of Immigration to the
Hawaiian Minister in Japan, stating in
short and succinct terms that the Ha
waiian Government has duly considered
the Japanese demands and various
memorials from the Planters' Labor
and Supply Company and, following
the wishes of the planters in the matter,
positively declines to receive any more
Japanese laborers except on the old
terms. The repiy is a simple refusal,
and makes no suggestion of any com
promise or any mention of a possible
recourse to Chinese or negro labor in
the future. The document goes to the
Hawaiian Minister in Japan and by
him will be presented to the Japanese
Government in the ordinary course of
CLAUS YAWPS ONCE MORE.
Characteristic Interview With the
Defeated Sugar Schemer.
Probably nothing more asinine has
appeared of late from Balaam's Mr.
Spreckels than this interview in the
Call of September 1st:
Claus Spreckels was seen by a Call
reporter last night regarding his dis
position of property in Hawaii and the
situation of affairs generally in that
country. Mr. Spreckels was nor averse
to expressing himself. In fact, when
it came to discussing the members of
the Provisional Government and the
alleged inspired utterances of the Star
and Advertiser he grew embarrassingly
eloquent, if we may use the expression.
In lurid terms Mr. Spreckels portrayed
their crimes, committed and contem
plated, and and pictured a condition of
affairs under the present Government
that was anything but complimentary
to those in power.
Mr. Spreckels attention was called
to an article in a recent issue of the
Hawaiian Star, in which an alleged
prominent employee Of his was quoted
as expressing himself as follows:
I Here follows the text of the Star's
article about Spreckel's transfers. En.
As to the transfer of some property
to his children Mr. Spreckels said that
the report was correct, but the state
ment that he had disposed of all of his
interests in Hawaii, in that or any other
manner, he absolutely and emphatic
"I have given away a few millions,"
he said, "but I have done that before,
and I still have millions left."
Discussing the statement that his
motive in so disposing of his property
was to avoid its possible confiscation,
he ridiculed such an assumption. He
had no fear of such an emergency aris
ing, he said. Although the people who
at present controlled that country were
desperate enough to do almost anything
to injure him, his property was beyond
But it was when he spoke of the
assertion that he was out of politics and
would remain in San Francisco hence
forth that Mr. Spreckels grew partial
lany vehement in his expressions.
"Out of politics?" said he. "Not
much! I will leave hen: on the gth of
next month, but where I am going
don't matter. My time will come," he
concluded, and there was an intensity
of feeling in his manner of expression
that boded ill for the men who he says
have tried to murder lum.
"The biggest liars on earth," Mr.
Spreckels said, "are now residents of
Honolulu and vicinity. If you were
with them and of them you could cut
a man's throat and they would go into
court and swear you didn't do it.'1
I he Star and Advertiser, he further
more intimated, were usually published
concurrent with the sailing of vessels
for the United States. In these issues
inflammatory art cles were given promi
nent p ace, ano statements 01 uprisings
and insurrections discussed that existed
on!y in the broad-gauge imagination of
1 hese reports are sent out to excite
alarm in this country and cause our
people to think that some action on the
part of this Government is absolutely
necessary. The Royalists constitute
fully three-fourths of the voters in
Hawaii, and they Annexationists know
that if the people are given an ODDOf
tunity to express their free will the
present Government would not last a
"I know the best course this Gov
ernment could pursue would be to
establish a Minister there, under in
structions that, if by any overt acts of
the royalists his interference should be
necessary, he should take action. Then
allow the people to rule themselves, as
they have been accustomed to and as
they now by a laige majority desire.
The country itself under annexation
would be of no more value to the
United States than a big cow pasture.
but with proper action on the part . f
this (xivernment the trade of that
country could be controlled, which is
about the only feature of the whole
matter any way."
Mr. Spreckels redic uU d the rep ut
of an mitbreak, and so ke highly of
the deposed Queen and her adherents.
He said that had it not been for her
the marines of the B s'on would have
been killed, but that she had thrift
been guided in her ictioni by a desire
to rule in peace with this country.
List of Cases Argued and Submitted
The Supreme Court did a good day'?
work yesterday, eight cases being heard
and submitted as follows 1
Bankruptcy of William H. Aldrich.
Appeal from order vacating decree
of bankruptcy. Argued and submitted.
J. S. Dowsett vs. Maukeala et al.
Ejectment. Exceptions from Circuit
Court. Submitted- on briefs.
Provisional Government vs. Sam
Gee and four others. Maintaining
lottery scheme. Exceptions from
second Circuit Court. Argued and
submitted with the case of Alau and Ah
Fau, involving the same legal propo
sitions. A. A. Mouritz vs. J. N. Ilae et al.
Petition to quiet title to land. Motion
to strike from the calendar granted.
Kaulaua (w) vs. Yong Yong. Sum
mary possession of land. Exceptions
from ruling of fudge Cooper. Argued
Provisional Government vs. E. Wery.
Keeping disorderly house. Appeal
from District Court of Honolulu.
Argued and submitted
In the matter of the estate of Ka
maka. Pr, bate of will. Appeal from
order denying motion for iudement.
Motion to strike from the calendar
denied. Submiited on briefs.
At 4 p. m. the. court adjourned till
1.30 this afternoon.
The Ewa Murder.
The Coroner's jury in the case of
Aikulani, shot by the officers while
res'sting arrest at Pearl City, rendertd
the following verdict : "That the de
ceased Aikualani came to his death on
the 15th day of September at Waiawa,
Ewa, by being shot through the head
by a rifle bullet fired from a rifle in the
handsof one of the Honolulu police
while resisting arrest upon a lawfully
issued warrant charging him with the
murder of his wife Niau at Waiawa on
the said 15th day of September.''
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
The ladies of the W. C T. U. ate
holding a meeting at the Central Union
Church this afternoon.
Creditors of the estate of G. W. Lin
coln, bankrupt, must make proof 1 f
their claim; on Wednesday.
The petition of A. Borba for dis
charge from bankruptcy came up before
Judge Cooper this morning.
W. W. Hall has invested in a couple
of lots at Ewa peninsula aid puts in
his spare time chopping trees.
Joe Ferreira confessed judgment in
the District Court yesterday in fjvor of
N. B. Emerson for the sum of $40 95.
The members of the ex-royal band
will not leave on the Mariposa, or at
any other time, according to the Holo-
The petition of Alau for discharge
from bankruptcy will be heard on
Wednesday by Judge Cooper in Cham
bers. The Police Court calendar was un
usually long this morning twenty-nine
cases, and an afternoon session is being
The Pacific Hardware Company li s
recovered judgment against William
Roland in the District Court for $29 14
on an account.
The Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will hold its next regular
monthly meeting at the residence of
W. R. Castle on September 23rd.
T. W. Hobron, the real estate dealer,
has a change of advertisement in which
acreage or building lots in Makiki,
Palama, Waikiki or Puna, Hawaii, are
offered for sale.
The steam launch Star has reduced
the prevailing rale of boat hire and will
take passengers lo vessels in the harbor
for twenty-five cents the round trip,
See the advertisement tor these and
Through the courtesy of li. V. Dil
lingham a representative of the Star
was enabled to visit the various prop
erlies, water woiks, reservoirs, etc , ol
the Oahu Railway and Land Compel y
at Pearl City and Ewa on Saturday
CHIEF JUSTICE OF SAMOA
The PoshVon Tendered to a Vermont
St. Johnsbury (Vt.), September 1
Harry C. Ide of this place has been
tendered the position of Chief Justice
It came by the recommendation of
Germany during President Hairis n's
administration and was recently taken
up 3gain by the present administration
The Champion Will Assist.
Washington, September 1, -Re
poits dated Oonalaska, August 14th,
have been received at the the Navy
Department from Commander Ludlow,
commanding the United States naval
forces in Bering sea. The Hriiish w o
ship Champion has been direcltd to
co-operate with the United Sums fleet
in carrying out the modus vivendi.
FLOTSAM AND JETSAM.
THE CHINA SAILS BELATED
The Bark Albert Fails for the Coast
The Admiral's Flag Transferred
There was a large crowd on the
wharf when the China went out. The
vessel had some trouble in getting
away, and after she had started three
passengers had to be taken aboard from
a small boat.
The steamer Alameda will arrive
here on the 28th instead of the 21st,
as has been previously reported, and
the Australia will be due Octobtr 6th.
By the China there were 209 Japan
ese passengers from this port, and 154
Chinese in the steerage.
The Japanese steamer expected for
some time will probably arrive on or
about the 22d inst.
Tiie Claudine sails this afternoon at
5 Also the Iwalani and Waialeale
The Admiral's flag was raised on the
Philadelphia this morning.
The Albert sailed to-day with 9000
bags of sugar.
The Alden Besse will sail Friday.
TUESDAY, SEPTEM RER 19.
Diamond Head, 3
clear. Wind light, E.
Monday, September 18.
Cr bk Dara, Peterson, from Newcastle, NSW.
Tuesday, September 19.
P M S S China, Ward, for Hongkong via
Stmr Mikahala, Chancy, for Maui and Hawaii.
Stmr Claudine, Davies, for Maui.
Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, lor Kauai.
Stmi C R Bishop, LcClaiie, for Waianae,
Wttialua and I'unaluu.
Am bk Albert, Oriffiths, for San Erancisco.
Schr Kawailani for Koolau.
Schr Millie Morris for Koolau.
For Molokai, per stmr Mokolii, Sept IS
Dr Richard Oliver and a number on deck.
For Hongkong and Yokohama, per S S
China, Sept Ig Mrs A S I'arke, Miss I'arkc,
WC Parke, W II Cliambliss, Miss Dohncr,
T A Shaw, Jr., W V D Wright, Mr Wulling,
363 in the steerage, 74 in saloon and 300
Chinese steerage in transit.
For Maui ami Hawaii, per stmr Mihahaln,
Sept 19 For the Volcano: S Shaw, L
( hong, W Ray. T Elliot, J P I.ins and child
ren. Eli Lazarus and wife, W A Bailey, Miss
Kuelho, T C Willis, Jurgensen, Iviiss Green
well, Miss Doherly, Peter Lee and children,
I Lush, T Kahalio, Mrs Miles, Col Samuel
Norris, and 25 on deck.
For San Erancisco, per bk Albert, Sept 19
Miss M Lillis ami Miss Anna Alt maim.
Am bk Alden Besse, Friis, for San p'rancisco,
Friday, Sept 22.
VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Boston, I lay, San Francisco.
U S S Adams, Nelson, san Francisco,
U S S Philadelphia, Barker, Callao.
Hawn schr Llliu, Hitchfietd, Taluit, SSI.
Am bark Alden Hesse, Friis, San Fran.
Am bk Discovery, McNeil, San Fran.
Am schr Alice Cooke, Pcnhallow, Puget S'd.
Am bgt Iimgard, Smith, Laysan Island.
Am Met S G Wilder, San F'rancisco.
Am bkt W II Ditnond, Nelson, San Erancisco.
Am bk Detroit) Departure Bay.
Am sh Topgallant, Port Townsend.
Ilr bk Dara, Peterson, Newcastle, NSW.
Ger bk J C E'luger, Bremen May
Ger bk Paul Isenberg, Liverpool June 7
Am bk Martha Davis, Boston,. Aug 18
Am bk Ceylon, San Erancisco Aug jo
Am bkt f lanttr, san rrancisco Sept
Haw bk Mauna Ala, San Francisco. . . Sept 6
Am bk Andrew Welch, San Fran... Sept 15
Am bk Eva, Humboldt Bay Sept 19
Jap Simi Aikoku Mam. Yokohama,
Bi sh t o of Merioneth, Newcastle Aug 8
Mr sh illala, Liverpool Aug 31
THE NEW MINISTER.
Who He ii and What He Has Done in
The directory ol the 49th Congress
has this to say about the newly-ap
pointed Minister to Hawaii :
Amen a. u 11113 01 Louisville was
born in Shelby county, Kentucky
January 22, 1043; icceived his early
education in common schools, and
graduated at the Louisville Male High
School in 1800 ; taught for four years
studied law and graduated al the Louis
ville Law School in 1866, Since which
tune lie has been C 'Minuously engaged
111 the practice ol Ins profession ; can
vasscd the Sute on the Democrat
electoral ticket 111 1872 : was elected
attorney for Jefferson county in 1870
was re-elected 111 1874 and served until
he was ekcted to the 4.5th Congress
was electea to tlie lour siiccecaing
Police Court Matters.
At this morning's stssion a number
of cases which have been hanging fire
for several days were nolle pros'd.
In the case of Richard Stone
charged with escaping from prison
plea to the jurisdiction of the court
was entered and taken under advise
ment. Two out of five Chinamen charged
with gambling at dominoes pleadtd
guilty and were fined $15 each ai d
costs. The othtrs were discharged.
I'.. Klemme, for assault and battery
i n Henry I. lining in a Nnn..nu street
saloon, was found guilty and fined $5
and 1 osis.
In 1 he case of E. Mitchell and
othtrs, charged with malicious injury
in smashing a carriage lamp valued al
$4, a nolle pro was entered.
Ah Kim, a Cniuese, charged with
using the Hawaiian language 111 a vul-
1. M' tt Smith, Hawaii's ex Minister
at Washington, will he home In Nnvem
George W. Bell of Washington has
been c illumed as Lnited States Con
sul to Sydney.
A private letter from Dr. C. B
Wood states that he will arrive here on
the 28th by the Alameda.
Consul Girvin at San Diego is de
livering a Hawaiian lecture which the
papers there speak well of.
President Dole is not expected to
return before the end of the month.
He is improving in health rapidly.
Stephen King, manager of the Kea
lia plantation, was among the pilgrims
who returned by the China yesterday.
Rev. Mr. Wakefield has delivered
an excellent sermon on Hawaii at San
Jose which has been printed in the
W. W. Hall and family are so well
pleased with Ewa as a summer rest it
that they have concluded to remain
there six weeks longer.
V. J. Lowrie, manager for Lewers iV
Cooke, is booked for a business trip to
1'ugct Sound. He will leave on the
Miowera on October 2d.
The Misses Edith and Maud Auld,
daughters of James Auld, of the Press
Publishing Company, are booked to
leave on the Mariposa for a trip to the
The Hawaiian Tramways Company
objects to paying stamp duty on the
licenses for its ighteen street cars and
has gone to the Supreme Court about
it. The sum involved is $14.
"Lem" Abels, manager of the ice
works, is confined to his house from
bruises on the leg, sustained in being
thrown off the wagon on Sunday at
the corner of School and Nuuanu
LOST- A Gold Hunting Case Watch,
Tiffany maker; case engraved with initials
C. K. S." Eintler will be suitably rewarded
by returning Watch lo Mr. Hugh Gunn,
at Egan 1 (iunn's. 142-tf
Employment Wanted. By
Wood, late Driver, Clerk, etc.
Williams. Address this office
Post Office, Honolulu.
with C. E.
Specimens of the Artistic Work of
Charles Good, the newly arrived artist in
rayon work, are now on exhibition at Williams
Art and Photographic Gall, ry on Fort Street,
Among ihent will be found portraits of Pre-i-
ent Dole, ex Minister Porter, ex-Governor
kice of Kauai, Superintendent Brown of the
Water Works, and other prominent officials.
An inspection of Mr. Good's work is invited.
I sgea reasonable. t 8-tf
Makiki Building Lot.
An excellent location ;
commands superb view;
good streets. A choice
building lot at your own
Ten acres of desirab'e
building sites. Will sub
divide if purchasers desire.
A Good invest nent.
on WalalKI Kojd ; Cool
rcation; online tram cars.
Statable for residences.
Fifty-eight acres in I'una
Hawaii. RieM in the
Coffee regions. Ownei
Real Kstate Agent.
Cor. Fort & Merchant Sts.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
S HAM BNOINBS M'dAk Milts, HoiLKaS
CootaS. Ikon, Hkass, ani Lkah
('As I 1NQS.
Machinery of Every Description Made
Order. Particular atlep.tion paid to Ship
Biacasauthiag. Job work aascatad at Short
gal and obscene manner in
pi ce, w is f nnd guilty but
with I reprimand
OAHU RAILWAY k LAND CO.'S
A f 1 m" .J u ri1
1. lm :i.
IO SWA MILL.
Leave Honolulu 8:45 1:45
LaaVt Pear! City 9: JO 2:30
Arrive Ewa Mill g:$j 2:57
Leave Ewa Mill 6:21 10:43
Leave Pearl Ciljf 6:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A Saturday', only. C Sunday', e.eeplwl.
H- t)ai!v. D Saturday'-, excepted
Kedueed Boat Hire.
FKOM DATE THE STEAM LAI N 11
"Star" will take passenger to vessels
in the harlxir at 25 cents fur the round tup.
Excursions and fishing parties bf the day at
reasonable rates. Launch al Pilots' boat
F you want a good pair of GLOVES
for driving or walking, I can sell 'em to
you. Or il yu want to see some NtW
NECK WEAR in the latest designs and
shapes, call around and feast your eyes.
I have alsu got a new stock of COLLARS
and CUFFS, and above all do not forget
lhat I am making SHIRTS TO ORDER
in all styles, and that I am the sole agent for
the Dr. G. Jaeger Sanitary Underwear. Your
physician recommends it for the health.
A FINE JAPANESE STEAM EK
Due here first week of next month, directly
from Japan, will be despatched for the above
port on or about
13th September, 1893,
instead of Culara, as formerly advertised.
For freight and passage please apply to
K. OGURA & CO.
130 td A genu
1 House anil Lot on L'liha S;r"ct.
2 Lot on Kuakini Street, between Nuuanu
Avenue and Liliha Street.
House and Lot on Liliha Street. SWFor
further particulars, apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwright lilock, Merchant Street.
HE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY
certifies that oing to the pressure in
ther branches of business, has this day en
trusted the entire management of liquor trade
to Mr. S. Kimura ol this city, who has full
power of attorney to act for me in the same
trade. K. OGURA.
Honolulu, August 15, 1893.
KLEMME WILL ACT FOR
matters of business durinc my
me in all
absence from Honolulu.
Safe Deposit and Investment Co.
402 Eor i Stkert,
HAS FOR SALE SOME FIRST
Mfrt(;age Coupon Bonds bearing interest at
Eight per cent, per annum, aud payable in
from one to ten vears.
For particulars apply to
THE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT AND
Kawaiahao Jellies, Bread & Cake.
Rasassahao Seminary has established a
Domestic Department and are prepared to
lake orders for Jellies, Kread and Cake.
All orders lor Fruit ( ake for Thai.ksiuvine
ami Clirisinias should la- tent al once.
lias Resumed Practice
2sTo. Beretania St.
OFFICE HOI KS: S 109 a.m.
and 7 to 8 r.M.
SWHoth Telephones No. 336
I to 3 KM.,
1 1 t-tf
CHAS. F. PETERSON.
Typewriter, l oiiveyancer and
Office over Bishop's Bank.
A I INK NA1MITHA LAUNCH
For particulate enquire of
JAMES b. CASTLE,
125 1111 Collector Cieneial ol Custom..