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MitL ' aseviw
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118 DAYS FROM BOSTON,
ARRIVED OCTOBER 3d, 1879,
juisni:ui, v.i coal,
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13.
Supreme Court In Admiralty.
In tue Matter or the Bars " Kalaeaca."
Opinion of the Court.
The libel in this case, which is filed by the
Collector General of Customs, asks that the
bark Kalakaua, ber tackle, apparel and furniture
together with thirty-six tins of opium, contain
ing about three and one half pounds of opium,
each be condemned as forfeited to the use of the
Hawaiian Government, because that, on or about
the 2nd day of this present month of November,
the eaid thirtj-aix tins of opium were smuggled
into this country on board the said bark.
At the hearing, objection was raised that
opium could not be smuggled into the country,
because that its importation was prohibited by
law , excj t by the Board of Health. But this
objection being overruled as Laving been decided
in previous caeea, and especially in the case of
The King vs. II. Bradley, the case proceeded. J.
S. Walker, of the firm of W. G. Irwin 4 Co.
appeared as claimant for the bark, alleging that
he was owner on her register, but that the real
owner was J. C. Merrill of the city of San Fran
cisco, State of California; and thereupon Mr.
Walker puts in an answer to the libel, admitting
that the thirty-six tins of opium were brought to
this port by the said bark on ber last trip; but
averring that the eame was shipped on board the
bark by one or more Chinamen at San Francisco,
who had artfully concealed the same in pieces of
firewood, and shipped it as firewood only, with
out the knowledge of the owners, officers or
agents of said bark, that such firewood contained
George W. Jenks, master of the bark, like
wise filed an answer, by which he admits that
opium was brought into the Kingdom, but says
that it was concealed in firewood, which was
brought as freight; and that the firewood to the
amount of about twenty cords, was shipped on
the bark at San Francisco, by one or more China
men, one of whom came as passenger to Hono
lulu on the same trip, but the name of the
Chinaman he has forgotten; and that the China
man paid freight on the firewood after its arrival
in Honolulu; and further avers that until the
discovery of the opium by the officers of the
Custom House at Honolulu, he (the Captain)
Lad no suspicion that opium was concealed in
The mode of concealing the opium in the fire
wood, as was shown by sample in Court, was by
splitting the atick, and morticing a place in the
stick large enough to contain the tin, and then
placing the tin in the mortice and fastening the
pieces together by nails and glue.
Mr. W. A. Markham, Port Surveyor and Cus
tom House Guard, testified that the bark arrived
on Sunday, the 2nd day of this present month;
that he went on board, asked the Captain, if he
had any Chinese passenger-; he said, ' yes;'
asked him if the Chinese had any freight, he
eaid " No;" which it is argued, does not corres
pond with his averment in his answer that a
Chinese passenger aboard the ship brought it as
freight. But the freight list is produced, by
which it appears that one Tongkee shipped 20
cords of firewood, at $5.50 per cord, and Mr.
Eldricb, a clerk at W. G. Irwin fc Co.'s testifies
that a Chinaman, whom he bad never seen before,
called at their office, paid $125 for freight and
wharfage; said his name was Tongkee, and de
manded an order for the firewood, which he gave
him; he asked him for a bill of lading; ho an
swered he had none and showed no receipt; that
the firewood was marked on the freight list, " no
mark no bill of landing;" and that he took
the Chinaman's Word that be owned the wood
and gave him the order.
And it is a significant fact, as testified to by
the Collector General, that in the list of passen
gers handed him by the Captain, there is but one
Chinese passenger as the Captain in his testimony
likowise aays, and his name was Afong and not
Tongkee; and further that a person came to enter
the wood at the Custom House, who, being ques
tioned, eaid that he didn't own it, and that it
was not consigned to him, but Le knew who did,
and thereupon was told to go and bring the con
signee or owner, and no person ever after came
to enter the wood at the Custom House.
The firewood in question, was stowed partly on
deck, partly in the main batch, and the thirty
six sticks which contained the opium, which will
be the subject of comment by-and bye, were
used as dunnage for the cargo. The 20
cords of firewood was not included in the
The Captain, who was on the stand, was aBked
" why the firewood was not put on the mani
fest?" answered, "that he had no record of it,
because there waa no bill of hiding of it," and
being shown that it was on the freight list, an
swered ' that he didn't know whether the freight
list was opened on the voyage down or not;"
but upon reflection he added, ' I looked at it on
the voyage down to see the amount of my
freight," and being reminded that the firewood
was on deck and within eight of all persons, re
plied, that that was so; that Le couldn't tell
why he did-not observe it, but simply that he
had forgotten it. He further testified that the
Chinaman, to whom he understood the wood be
longed, was not entered as a passenger at the
office at all, and for that reason, his name was
not on the passenger list from the office of the
owners of the vessel, but be found him out com
ing down the bay of San Francisco, about twenty
ninutes after he left the wharf; that be told
him, that if he did not pay, he would have to go
back on the tug-boat, and thereupon the China
man paid $20, and came along; and that he the
Captain had no knowledge that this Chinaman
was the man that owned the wood until after
his arrival at Honolulu, when he came from
Messrs. Irwin & Co.'s office, and brought his re
A. L. Ritchie testified that be is master of the
bark D. C. Murray, but was mate of the Kala
kaua, and in that capacity, superintended her
loading at San Francisco for last trip down
here. That the wood in question was brought
by two Chinamen for 20 cords, more or less. N.
B. It measures but 1C cords here -n Hono
lulu. That he didn't measure it, but took the
fellow's word for it, that it wasn't all hauled
down in ono day, that he judged by his eye it
was about 20 cords; that on the firtt day, they
bauled seven loads; the second day, three londu;
the third day, two loads, and so on. That he
took the first lot and used it as dunnage; that
be didn't know the Chinaman; that he didn't
sign any receipt; that be told him he would give
him his receipt when he got all his wood down;
that he never came for it, and therefore, he
didn't give it to him; that he didn't put it in
the cargo book, because he didn't sign any
How this witness could judge of the quantity
of wood by the appearance, when as he ssys, he
took it on board as he wanted to use it to stow
cargo with, and commenced to load it before it
was all down, I am unable to say. He says that
be used it as dunnage at the direction of the
Captain and Mr. Merrill the owner, and being
questioned, admits that at the last trip of the
eame vessel, 100 tins of opium were found under
the wood, which had been used as dunnage, the
same master, the same mate, and the same second
mate being aboard the ship. Now, taking it into
consideration that every atick of the wood which
contained the opium was pasted down to be
used as dunnage by the mate himself, and there
was not one stick of it left on deck; add to that
the fact that on the very last trip with same
master and officers, 100 tins of opium was Eeized i
in the fore peak of the ship under the wood, j
where no passenger could have access; and j
further considering that this is Mr. Ritchie's
own testimony; and that tbe wood was not on
the ship's inward manifest nor on the cargo
book, and no receipt given to any one for the
wood, and the conclusion is irresistible, that the
opium in question was placed on board tbe
vessel by the connivance at least of the mate of
the ship, and was sought to be imported into
this country for tbe account and profit of the
witness Ritchie, and whoever might be associated
with him, and I cannot but think with the con
nivance of the master. Tbe seizure of tbe
opium on the last trip of the bark, the fact that
firewood is an unusual article of freight from
San Francisco, and if this kind of firewood is
worth $9 in San Francisco, and pays $5.50
freight, and nearly $1 for primage and wharf
age, making in all $15.50 for pine wood on the
wharf at Honolulu, before expenses of handling
it at Honolulu commenced to accrue, it would
appear to be so unprofitable an adventuro on the
face of it, aa to rouse the suspicions of any
merchant owner of a vessel, more especially in
view of the past experience of this vessel.
There are many circumstances which lead me
to the conviction that Tongkee is a mythical
First It is hardly probable that any man
would put on board of a vessel property so large
in value as this opium is and the wood com
bined, calling himself Tongkee at the office of
the owners, and then go on board of the vessel
surreptitious!, as a stow-away, and when dis
covered, give his name to the Captain as Afong.
A person who sbculd do so, could hardly expect
to get his property back when at Honolulu,
should be call biaeea Tongkee.
Secondly No Chinaman or any other man,
though eEgaged in an illicit transaction would
pay a bill for 20 cords of wood, and pay freight
and charges for the same when there were only
Thirdly Though the wood was begun to be
put on the wharf on Monday, no person appeared
witli an order for the wood until Thursday, when
the eargo was nearly out.
Fourthly The man who came to the Custom
House was not the Chinese passenger, who is
said to have called himself Afong on the passage,
and to have called himself Tongkee at tbe office
of the owner at San Francisco, and at tbe office
of tbe agents at Honolulu, and brought with
him only a mere blank " 20 cords of wood,"
with no value carried out. Now any man that
had the capital to embark in the adventure of
over 100 lbs. of opium, and the intelligence to
conceal it in the manner which this was con
cealed, would have been likely to have the
intelligence to know that he would have to make
bis own entry at the Custom House, or send
some ono well known to the Custom House author
ties, or at least, some one who had knowledge
enough to make the entry. I am therefore con
vinced that the Chinaman who called at Messrs.
Irwin & Co.'s office, and paid the $125, and got
tbe order for the wood, bad the money given to
him for that purpose by tbe real owners of tbe
It therefore appears to me certain, that the
opium in question was imported in the bark
Kalakaua, with tbe guilty knowledge of those in
charge of the laid vessel, and 1 do therefore ad
judge that the eaid bark Kalakaua, her tackle,
apparel and furniture, be condemned and tbe
same is forfeited to the use of the Hawaiian
Government, as by the statute in such case made
and provided; aid farther 1 do adjudge and de
cree that the thirty-six tins of opium, found on
board the said Lark are likewise condemned and
forfeited to the ute of tbe Hawaiian Government.
Messrs. Castle & Hatch for libellant, S. B.
Dole for claimants.
Honolulu, November 24th, 1879.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
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Haw. Bark " R. C. WYLIE,"
M. RAKEMANN, MASTER,
(109 Days fnm Cape Lizzard.)
Now Landed in Splendid Order
And Consisting in Fart of a
VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT
Id SO Different gyles and Colors.
Brown, white, blue and ad cotlons, drills, sheeting,
Ticking, llorroct'i gunune A B & II cotton,
Dark blue denims.
White stripes, Batistas, illks and woolens,
Trench merinos, all colos and fancy.
Flannels, " . " "
Buckskins, doeskins, twsds, and all other
Velvets, barege, linens. lawns, mosquito netting.
Towels, thread. Brook), silk, Ac.
Neckties, trimmings, rbbons, silk, linen and cotton.
li and kerchiefs, all coirs;
Socks and stockings oterery description.
Pacts and sacks. M jickets, aod a large assortment of
Heavy Woolen and Cotton SHIRTS,
12 desi-able styles.
Merino and cotton ondtrshirts.
Blankets, woolen and otton, fancy qoilts,
Tuble covers, skirts, rigs, carpet bags. T R Coats, 4c,
I'mbrellas In large Taiiety, Florence hats.
Hat flowers and feathers, shawls.
Bright colors and whUeof every quality.
Blates, lookinr glasses, goldleaf.
Soaps, hair oil, Pomatun from Lubln,
Kiminel and others, gamine Kau de Cologne,
Vienna tooth brushes nd convjs. Harmonicas, .
Pipes and Playing CasJs, Sydney Saddles,
Calbkina, guaranteed, best brand;
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Burlaps and Twine, W ripping Paper, large slset
Printing Paper, Vienna Chairs and Sofas, Trunks,
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FIRE BRICKS. 81ates. Files, Cement, Oak Boats, Emp
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'IMIR FOLLOWING MACHINERY. NOW
1 in use at the Koloa Plantatioa, Kauai, is offered fur sale,
to be delivered by August 1st:
1 Sugar Mill, 20x4S.
1 Vertical Engine, 44 II. P.
1 Water Wheel.
1 Cane Carrier.
1 Trash Carrier.
1 Juice Pump.
1 Spare 7-inch Wrought Iron Connect-shaft.
2 f pars New Pinion Wheels fur Mill.
1 Spare New Bevel Pinion for Engine Shaft.
1 Spare New Bevel Pinion for Waterwbee! Shaft.
1 Spare New Brass Valve Box for Juice Pump.
The above is all in good working order. Tbe Mill is capabte
of grinding cane for 7 to 8 tons of sugar per day.
For particulars aod price, apply to the
KOLOA PLANTATION CO., Koloa,
Jyl2 Or . HACKFELD & CO, Honolulu
IjllFTY RALES OF BEST NAVT OAKL'M.
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Gossage's Blue and Brown Soap,
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flalande'a Bed Bar Claret, Napoleon Cabinet Champagns
T-Rails Complete, lor Plantation Railways;
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Portland Cement, Whiting,
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Salamander Felting, for Covering Boilers,
Beat Virginia Tbacc,
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ilorsd and Mule Collars, Trace Chains,
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line, will do well to give us a call. We (hall be pleased to
give Estimates on Work and Guarantee it to stand the test of
Steam or Aortas.
fel J. NOTT Ac Co
EX LATE APwEIVALS,
A VARIETT OF NIPPLES. MOST A P-
j PROVED Nursing Apparatus, Elastic Trusses, assorted;
Lactopeptine, Injection Brou,
Eucalyptus Oil, genuine; Elixir of Beef,
Iron and Wine, do. Peruvian Bark,
Suspensory Bandages, Syringes,
Citrate Magnesia, Tarrant's Aperient,
Injection Matico, Injection Ricord, Cigan-ltes for Asthma.
Rarey's Condition Powder, Capsules, Fuller's Earth,
Alcohol, 07 per cent; Sap- lio.
And a Great Variety of
Drugs and Medicinal Preparations
ALL WARRANTED NEW AND GENUINE,
From the Best Mantfattorles !
Lnbin's Toilet Articles,
From Paris Direct!
Exquisite Toilet Powder, Soaps and Perftimery,
Combs, Brushes, Cosmetic, Oriental Toothwash,
rine Tooth Powder, Cocoaine, Sozodont,
Carboline, Extract Ginger,
Aureline, or Golden Hairwash.
Finest German 4 American Cologne,
Calliston for tbe Complexion,
Variety of Crbolic Soaps, c.
FOR SA LE AT
DR. ED. HOFFMANN'S
OR CO STORE.
OARS AND CORDAGE,
EX AMY TURNER,
FIVE HUNDRED REST WHITE ASH
OAKS, ail lengths; 360 Coils New Bedird Manilla, all
sites; five 30 feet New Bedford Whaleboats, for sale by
0i am A. W. PEI RCE & CO.
A LARGE ASSORT5IENT. NEW AND
FRKiil. For gale by
.,1 -79 BOLLE3 A CO.
CASTLE & COOKE HAVE OUT HAMD
Laura J3. Burnliam from ISTew York,
FREDERICK AND VIOLA FROM LIVERPOOL,
A. Full Line of Goods Suitable
FOR PLANTERS, MILL OWNERS, TRADERS & OTHERS,
And to Be Sold Low as the Loweit. DI,counti for Caih I
PALACE AND VULCAN KEROSENE OIL,
TUE BEST OILS IN MARKET, AND GUARANTEED.
Amoskeag Deoima. Tickings. Dring, Atnoaksa, Bleachsd Unbleached Cottons. American English Trlnt. Cotton.
Finest Quality and Mrdium White and Cnbleacbed Sheetings,
A. G X I C U L T U A L. I M 1 I- 1 VI 1 IV 'V ,
Paris Plows, extnf heavy brsakers; Steel Breaking and Horse Plows, Cultivators, Ox Yokes, Ox Chains, Ox Bows,
Canal Barrow Shovels sad Spades, O-os, Can. Knives, La.'. Planters' Hoes. Extra Heavy Garden Hoes,
Hces, O-o, Axe, Ada. Pick and Sledgs Handles, Portable Forges, Plantation Bells. Feed Cutters.
Blacksmhts, Engineers and Carpenters nammer.. Axe Pattern. Shlng.ing and Bench Hatchets, Ratchet Braces,
Coe". Wrenches, 6 lo 21 in.; Pips Tongs, Bolt Cutlers, B.bbet Metal, Sheet Zinc. Wkeelbarro-., Leather Belting. S to 12 In,
India Rubber Bo, i to 2 In., Cut Nails. S to 60d, Wrought Nails, 3 to 4 In., Cut Spikes. to In., Finishing Nails,
Machine and Carriage Bolts, all rises; Nuts and Washers. -S to 1 lu.j a Full Line of Carpenters' Tools. Saws. Planes, Ac.
House Builders' Hardware, In full supply, Steam Packing. Asbestos Cement, Ac., Olant and Co..o Blasting Powder.
nubbuck'a White Lead, Zinc Taint, Uubbuck's Raw and Boiled Unseed Oil, Assorted Taints, Id oil, Bed Lead, Ate,
Wtndow Glass, Putty, Whiting. Are . Tubular Lanterns and Reflector Lanterns, a Ll.rg. Assortment ol Tinware, Flour,
Hard Bread, Table Fruits, Corn Btarch. Tea. Soap, Soda, Ac, Finest Assortment of Genuine Pplces,
8-Card Boston Matches, Dairy Salt, Agents for and Have c Hand.
Weston's Patent Centrifugals,
Blake's Steam Feed, Irrigating and Vacuum Pumps,
New Haven Organ Company Organs,
Woodward & Brown's Celebrated Pianos.
JUST TO S
AVAITHAM WATCHES, BOTH 11111,11 Ml) SIMM
M t DE
At the Factory.
DIAMONDS OF THE PUREST & FINEST KIND !
No Chipped or Off Color Goods all are Pure Brazilian Diamonds. The Finest Dippl.ay of
G0RHA.1 STERLING SILuEii 17AP.E !
Ever offered in this Market. Beware of Goods Stamped Coin Silver, which means anything
from a Nickel to a Bad Peruvian Dollar. Such Goods can and are sold at anj price. See that all
Silver Purchases are Stamped Sterling, or 925 Fine. All Waltham Watches Guaranteed, and
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aUAJiJ UL X-JL JC-idEsV Jt. JLM M. JLl,JUIAi V WsJUr Xlria,i
Ladies, Gents and Boys Watches. The Trade Supplied Cheaper than anywhere outside the Factory.
jyl2 3m .M. M'INERNY, Agent for theso Islands.
j Something New Under the Sun !
M. J. ROSE, KING STREET,
Tooting His Own Horn !
HAVING JUST TURNED OUT A NEW
Style of DUMP WAGON for the Waimanalo Sugar Co.
No one to say one word about it. Something useful for Plan
tations It turns lo less space than a two-wheel x cart.
Width of bind tires, S inches; front, 4 inches; built light, but
very strong. Those wishing to send In large orders, and wish
them got out on time, would do well to do it immediately, or
they must stand back and wait their turn. mhlft
The Honolulu Book-Bindery,
DOES BINDING of ALL DESCRIPTIONS
The Work executed at this Establishment U under the
supervision of MR. JOHN L. KKE3. who is well-known aa
an experienced workman, and cannot a turpatitd.
Work Done at Lowest Rates
W'HITNEV At ROBERTSON.
Stationers, Publishers, News Dealers and Book-Binders.
THE HAWAIIAN BARK
. O . W Y I I H. ,
M. R4KF.M-NN, Master.
Has Just Arrived from Bremen,
122 days Passage, and is now discharging ber
Cargo of" Blew Goods
.A. Iarge Assortment
IN EVERT LINE.
bove Goods are offered to tbe Trade AT LOW
RATES and on LIBERA L TERMS by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL.
HUBBUCK'S 1'tRE LEAD, HUBBUCK'S
Whits Zinc, Uubbuck's Pale Boiled Oil, Boston Spirit.
Turpentine. For Sale by
A SPLENDID UNE
W. C. BORDEXIT,
Dealer In Canned Fruits, Meats, Ac., and a full line of
PUKE KONA COFFEE !
Roasted and Fresh Ground Everyday.
lo Block a good assortment of Picture Frame., Chroirjos.
Stereoscopes and Views, both Island and foreign and a
full line of
FANCY GOODS & PATENT MEDICINES.
And If you will give him a call, you will find.
That he bis tbe Bext Assortment f Candy ft. f,ati
To be found In II Ho.
ON ICE And alway. to be had Irr Cwld
Fisher's Champagne Cider, and 1 1 ol lister's Orange Cider'
Ginger Ale, Soda Water and Harsaparilla, and lor those
that use the weed,
Call and See the Best Assortment of
Cigars, plug and floe cut, smoking and chewing tobacco and
rnyl7 cigaretus and cigarette paper, Ac. j w
MECHANIC At .WORKSHOP
King Street, near Port.
jk JOHN NKILL. MACHINIST. IIAV1NQ
jj-JL returned lo Honolulu, would re-pectlully announce lo
T V "is former pstrons and the public generally, that he
w has re-corn menrert hut.,.. In . J . . ..
above place, and will give his attention to the
Repairing of all kinds of Light Machinery
and Metal Work.
Fire-irms and Stwlng aiathlnts a Spetlaltr !
Jn28 Blerl Sissipi MsJ t.Orsrr.
OREGON BReTl "
OREGON FLOUR I
KX JANB A. FAlVItlTVlIUItQ.
FOR BALK BY
J"?AAf CASTLE At COOKK.
Frt L. Neafcld. BstIIh.
Just Received In Splendid Order
A ad for Sale by
roymf II. IIACKFKI.I) A- CO. -