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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1880.
Supreme Court, October Term. 1880.
R. KEELIKOLAXI TS. LOXOWADINE ET. AL.
Harris C. J., Judd and McCully J. J.
Opinion of the Court by Harris C. J.
The complaint io this case seta forth that the
defendants bave taken into their possession, the
Ahnpuoa cf Kahanui on Molokai unlawfully and
the plaintiff claims the same by right of inherit
ance. It was tried before a natire lory st the
July Term of the Supreme Court bolcfen at Hono
lulu, who returned a Terdict for the defendant.
The plaintiff exhibits Royal Patent 2709,
which grants to L. Ilaalelea certain parcels of
land described by survey situate in the Abupuaa
of Kahanui and comprising 1158 acres, and
Royal Patent No. 6824, based on Land Commis
sion Award No. 7755 to Kaluaokamaoo of cer
tain other parcels of land in the same Ahupuaa,
surveyed and containing 1423 acres.
It was made to appear at the trial that Eamo
kubolohcwa was the widow of the original
patentee and they having do children, she was
entitled, on the decease of her husband, to one
half of his estate and deeded her portion of the
kula land of this Abupuaa to the late Levi Ilaa
lelea. Ilaalelea s administrator sold the same to
his late Majesty Kamehameba V. whoBe heir at
law is the plaintiff. Tbe defendant at the trial
disclaimed any title or rigbt of possession to the
premises set forth in tbe complaint excepting one
undivided half of the premises set forth and de
bet i bed in Royal Patent, 6824, to which said
half he set up a title, by the reason of a deed
from tbe father of the original patentee, who by
our law was heir to one half of the land and by
an agreement for partition with the father of
Katookuholobewa dated lltb of June 1874, tbe
said father having become heir to his daughter
Kamokuholobewa. Tbe deed from the father of
the patentee to this defendant is dated 6th of De
cember 18C5. Tb2 deed from Kamokuholobewa
to Levi Ilaalelea is dated 27th of March 1855,
and it contains the following expression convey
ing " Ka aina kula a pau o Kabanui, Abupuaa
Ma Molokai, ma ko maua kuleana mahele hoi.'
It must be remembered that the whole deed is
in Hawaiian and was before a Hawaiian jury.
Tbe bill of exceptions alleges that the court in
structed the jury, that the deed from Kamokubo
lohcwa referred to above would only give a share
and not tbe whole of tbe land, for it purports to
convey only a share obtained by a partition with
some one else.
The counsel for the plaintiff contends that it
may have been that Kamokuholobewa took tbe
whole ol this piece of land for her share.
If it were so, it rested on the plaintiff to show
it, since it is tbe duty of tbe plaintiff to make
out her title.
But such a construction, as is contended for
by tbe plaintiff, is manifestly impossible, because
by all tbe papers in the case, no partition bad
been made previous to the deed to Ilaalelea,
which is the foundation of the plaintiff's title.
This deed is dated in March 1855, and tbe agree
ment of tbe defendant for a partition with tbe
heir ot Kamokuholobewa did not take place till
the lltb of June 1874.
In this view, tbe only other construction of tbe
Hawaiian sentence would be, when rendered into
English, we sell tbe entire kula of the Ahupuaa
of Kabanui on Molokai, according to our rigbt
to a share therein ; that is to say that we sell
our share in the kula of Kahanui.
This construction, which in our opinion is tbe
most accurate, would be no more favorable to the
plaintiff, than that given by the court. Tbe deed
certainly conveys only a share in tbe land.
Tbe exceptions therefore are overruled.
A.S. Uartwell for plaintiff; Castle & Hatch
Chas. C. Harris.
A. Francis Jcdd.
Honolulu, October 23, 1880.
Sir Arthur Gordon, late Governor of Fiji,
must be a man of eminent ability ; he is so well
abused, and so highly praised. Tbe planting
interest of Fiji speak of him as the evil genius
of tbe colony; but note what the missionaries
said to him in their address, at the time of his
departure from Levuka :
" To unite under one head tribes such as the
Fijian, never before subject to one common ruler,
separated from one another as they were by inter
tribal enmities, and each of them torn by intestine
factions and jealousies innumerable ; to establish
an authority such as has availed to prevent the
further outbreak of political disorders ; and, above
all, to do this work without calling in foreign aid,
by means of the materials to be found among the
natives themselves ; this is no light achievement,
and this your Excellency has achieved. Turning
from these matters to a subject on which we as mis
sionaries are in duty bound to speak, we gratefully
acknowledge the widespread influence for good which
your Excellency has personally exerted upon the
natives. Thus speaking, we refer not merely to that
seemly outward decorum of life which is to be ex
pected from one in your Excellency's high position.
There have come to our knowledge words spoken,
and self-denying actions done by you in private,
which we shall ever remember with admiration and
thankfulness, as evidencing even more powerfully
than your unwearied devotion to your public duties,
that you bave the moral advancement of this people
sincerely at heart By such words and by such
deeds you have taught them that the greatest chief
has over him One greater still, whose commandments
it is an honor to obey. We pray that the blessing of
God may go with yoo, and that He may help you to
fulfil your arduous duties in tbe colony to which Her
Majesty has been pleased to call you, as well as in
guiding the weighty affairs with which you are still
entrusted in these islands of tbe sea."
Sir Arthur is no doubt a very conscientious, as
well as an able man ; who felt that the native
people of his proconsulate needed more of his
official care, than the speculative new comers ;
and be could not, and no man can reconcile in
terests and views so diametrically opposed as
were presented for bis consideration in tbe Go
vernment of Fiji. This distinguished gentleman
is tbe youngest son of the Earl of Aberdeen, who
was Prime Minister of England in 1852, and who,
with St. Aulaire, of France, signed, Nov. 28,
1843, tbe joint declaration In respect to Hawaiian
Postal Cards. When postal cards were first
issued, about six years ago, their novelty pro
voked some lault-finding, and they were made
fun of as 6tingy," shabby," unsafe," etc.
But they were cheap, and the people used them
and the critics very soon followed the example of
. I I V t I . I
toe peopie. aow na au exenunge remarks, me
postal card has only two enemies, the man who
receives duns on it, and tbe manufacturers of
writing-paper. The little postal causes a decrease
of from twelve million to fifteen million dollars
every year in the business of the writing-paper
trades in this country. Postal cards are made at
Hoi yoke, and forty men are continually employed
in their manufacture. The cardboard is furnished
in packages of three thousand each, and every
sheet is made into forty postals. Three presses
are kept going night and day. A machine slits
tbe sheets into strips of ten cards each, and these
in turn are cut into single cards, and dumped
in piles of twenty-five each, when tbey are
packed by girls in pasteboard boxes containing
live hundred cards. A Government officer is con
stantly on hand to see that no pilfering of cards is
done. Tbe Hulyoke manufactory turns out
about one million cards a day. Last year, there
were used in this country two hundred and forty
six million, sixty-three thousand and sixty cards.
Of the new international card, introduced a few
weeks since, there have been two millions used
already. Tbe Government keeps on hand in a
fire-proof vault twenty-five millions of the postal
cards. 1 Let us bave tbe postal card. Portland,
O., Commercial Reporter.
Sunflowers and Malaria. We bave always
advocated tbe raising of sunflowers, both on
account of tbe value of the seed for poultry and
stock and for their old-fashioned, gaudy bloom.
Tbe Prairie Farmer has found a new use for this
homely plant that is rapidly passing out of culti
vation. Tbe sunflower is not considered a
delicate flower, yet it cannot be called homely
if looked at far enough off. It is a curious plant
also and evidently adapted by nature fur a parti
cular purpose, it constantly turns its immense
strongly of the moisture of tbe earth. It is un-
doubtedly a ' great absorber of malaria and
purifier of the atmosphere fully as much so, we
think, area for area, as the much vaunted euca
lyptus, and therefore worthy to be planted in all
malarious districts. The seed is valuable as food
for fowls in winter and also for tho oil they yield.
Thus it may prove a paying crop. We do not
advise planting sunflowers in the flower garden :
or on the lawn ; but planted between stagnant j
marshes and the house, its value it not merely
theoretical. Planted about tbe house in districts j
subject to fever and ague and all newly-settled j
countries are more or less soit may prevent tbe
recurrence of this disease. At all events tbey
can do no barm, and their bright, golden heads
are not by any means homely objects as seen
against tbe landscape."
Curious Siamese Ceremony.
The ceremony of drinking the waters of
allegiance on the part of tbe officers of tbe Court
and Government officials took place at the Wat
Phra Cow, on tbe first instant. Quite a number
of foreigners, including several ladies, assembled
early in tbe morning at tbe Museum to see tbe
King and Court pass in to tbe Temple about
11.30. His Majesty, surrounded by bis gentlemen-at-arms,
accompanied by tbe members of the
Royal Family, and followed by the heads of
departments, left tbe palace and proceeded to the
Temple. Two foreigners only were, by special
permission of he King, allowed to be present
during the ceremony, Gen. Ualderman the U. S.
Consul, and M. Blancbeton, the Consul of France.
On reaching the Temple, His Majesty took his
seat on the throne prepared for him with his
courtiers and officials arranged according to their
degrees. The ceremony of consecrating the water
was then performed by the priests, of whom a
large array were in attendance. After the
prayers bad been chanted tbe King's sword was
immersed in the chalice, containing tbe liquid,
and tbe solemn oath was recited by tbe
assemblage. It was in the form of an invocation
to the spirits of the air, earth and water, to visit
with their direct evils all and any who swerved
in tbe remotest degree from their allegiance to
the present ruler ot the realm, or who even
meditated treason or barm to the country or its
institutions. It evoked every species of male
diction on the head of the avowed or secret
traitor and after a life of misery and woo hoped
be might fall beneath tbe vengeance of the out
raged monarch of which the sword held aloft was
the type. Tbe consecrated water was tben filled
into glasses, and handed to the King who
touched bis lips to the glass, then to the Second
King, who drank a few drops and sprinkled a few
on his bead, then to tbe King's uncle, tbe Vene
Cbow Fah Maba Mala, the Royal Family, and
tbe beads of departments, commencing with the
Prime Minister. This ceremony, which is of
very ancient origin, dating back to the 14th
century, when tbe monarchs of the first dynasty
reigned supreme at Ayuddhia, is one of an
exceedingly solemn and impressive description.
The Late Crisis in France.
In tbe Chamber of Deputies, on November 9,
Laizant read bis proposal for a committee to in
quire into the administration of the War Depart
ment by General do Cissey. The proposal was
declared urgent by a vote of 203 to 108. On
proceeding to arrange orders of tbe day, M.
Ferry, President of the Ministry, asked for
friority for the Education, Magistracy, and
reus Bills. Ferry's proposal to give priority to
the Education Bill was rejected 200 to 155.
Priority was then voted for tbe Magistracy Bill
281 to 106. M. Baudry d'Asson, Legitimist
member for Vendee, hoped that duriDg the
present session he would witness the death scene
of the Republic. Tbe President of the Chamber
(Gambetta) requested the member to discontinue
bis remarks. Baudry d'Asson tben moved that
tbe Chamber set to-morrow to enable bim to call
to account the Government of burglars (alluding
in this epithet to the manner in which tbe reli
gious decrees were enforced). The President
pronounced censure on tbe offending deputy,
with temporary expulsion, and requested bim to
leave the House. Tbe deputy retired, but sub
sequently returned. Tbe sitting was tben ad
journed until Thursday.
After the sitting the Ministry manifested their
intention of resigning in consequence of the
refusal of the House to give priority to the Edu
cation Bill. Many deputies who voted against
the Government assured Ministers that they did
not wish to imply any want of confidence.
Despite these assurances, the Ministers and
Under Secretaries decided to resign collectively.
Ferry tben communicated this resolution to
President Grt?vy. At midnight, President Grevy
accepted the resignation of tke Ministers, and
sent for Gambetta and Leon Say.
HAWAIIAN KINGDOM STATISTICAL
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J. B. BROS, Jr., PROPRIETOR,
TVo. 69 King- Street I
NEAR THE BETHEL,. HONOLULU.
CImiiv, uAtclien Safes,
AND ALL KINDS & STYLES
On Hand, or Made to Order.
ITirst-ClIuis Work !
A. W, PEIRCE 6l CO.,
NO. 40 QUEKN' ST.. HONOLULU.
HAVE OINT HAND
THE LARGEST AND
MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
Ship & Naval Stores,
Other Goods in our Line 1
To be found or. the Sandwich Islands. Addition
We are Constantly Receiving
United States & Europe,
WHALING GEAR, ALL KINDS'.
Whale Boats and Boat Stock,
Chains and Anchors, all aizes;
Hemp and Manilla Cordage,
Cotton and Hemp Duck and Twine.
Tar. Pitch and Turpentine
?perm Oil, Lard Oil,
Polar Oil, Seal Oil,
China Nut oil,
Brass and. Galvanized
Marine Hardware f
Maasey's Patent Logs.
Charts, Compasses, Sextants,
North & South Pacific Directories,
Marine, Opera and ?pj Glasses, etc.
Yellow Metal Sheathing & Nails !
Beef, Pork and Molasses,
Kice. Beans and Coffee, 4c, tc.
Hay, Bran & Oats,
Ground Barley, Oround Oats, etc.
Brand's & Pierce's Bomb Gods & Bomb Lances.
Perry Darts' Pain "Killer, &c.
All of which will be sold at
LOWEST RATES !
BY A. W. PEIRCE 4- CO.
ORN BROOMS. COCO A NUT BROCMS,
Hickory brooms, wuan u rooms, naiian iaru u rooms.
For Sale by A. W. PKIRCE & CO..
PAINTS & VARNISH.
LACK VARNISH. UKIOIIT VARNISH,
Damar Varnish, Paints, all colors; Copper Paint.
For Sale by A. W. PKIRCE & CO
Hf ETA INLINE BLOCKS, PATKNT BLOCKS,
XT-aTL Common Blocks. Galvanized Iron Blocks, Heavy
Purchase Blocks. For Sale by
A. VT. PKIRCE A CO
California Beef, California Pork,
By Late Arrivals. For Sale Low, by
myl '80 ly A. W. PEIRCE dc CO
Orders Taken for Imported Horses
Buggies of Every Description.
The Honolulu Book-Bindery.
DOES BINDING of ALL DESCRIPTIONS
The Work executed at this Establishment is under the
supervision of MR. JOHN L. KKKS, who is well-known aa
an experienced workman, and cannot be turpaxurd.
Work Done at Lowest Rates
WHITNEY X. ROBERTSON,
Stationers, Publishers, News Dealers and Book-Binders.
L. G. SRESOVICH & CO..
Importers & Dealers in
Cal. Fresh & Dried Fruits & Produce
No. 3 7 , Queen street, opposite C. Brewer A Co.
A SUPPLY OP FRESH A PPLES. PKACHKS.
Apricois. Plums. Bartlett Pears, Grapes, Ac, also.
(.Anus. r.jaiLii.i uisn.ua in sutLl,, will be received
py every steamer irom Ban jrrancisco.
All foods sold guaranteed sound.
ttZT Give aa a call and see for yourselves. jy31
"Big Collar " Harness Shop
86 KING STREET
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER !
Fine Single & Double Buggy Harness,
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all sorts,
Biding Bridles, Saddles & Whips
Currycombs, Brushes, Saddle Cloths,
And every necessary for stable use at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
O" Repairing of every description done la the best possible
manner, with the best materials, at lowest workmen's rates.
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
S" Look far the "Big Collar"
Gunsmith and Machinist !
No. 73 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND,
A-T-id for Sale,
AttKtNOS OF FIRE-ARMS
or All Klad. mm Makers.
AIYIBITJ HT I T I Q HJ.
FOR SPOETIXG PrRPOSES.
M ACHIIVES !
All Kinds of Machinist Work
RE PA I REX)!!
. AND SATISFACTION GUABANTXXD. -
XT Orders from the Other Islands will Best with . Fiesap
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Mil Orders fxom
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Carefully and. promptly
ATTEMB ES 15 TO.
104 FORT STREET.
no6 qr ly
FOR MSTIUS MP
A G5-R.EAT SURPRISE TO HOIMOLTJUj
A-T F. HOEN'S
BAKERY AND STEAM CANDY FACTORY
71 Hotel, between Fort and Nuuanu Streets.
THE ABOVE FIRM would respectfully call the attention of ladies, heads of fami!
and the public generally of these fair islands, to his extensive stock of
PLAIN & FANCY CONFECTIONERY & CAKl;
(The quality, style and variety of which have never before been seen in Honolulu,
Consisting of several thousand articles of the newest d
signs and novelties of New York and Chicago,
Such as: Confectionery Gift Boxes, large assortment of Christmas Tree Ornaments
latine Cornets. Gilt Walnuts, Motto Hearts, Bouncing Babies, Cupid Pictures, '
Flat and Hollow Sugar Figures and Animals of all Description,
Satchels, Vases, Fruit Clusters, Panorama Eggs,
And a thousand other articles too numerous to mention.
Also a few hundred pounds of
Hand Made & Delicious Soft Chocolate Crcai
Double Caramels, Pure Fresh Gum Drops, and several thousand pounds of
PURE HOME MADE CONFECTIONERY in LARGE VARIE
Fancy Boxes, Surprises, Cornucopias
Also, a Large Assortment of
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rouna, nouna, iviouiaea, sponge, ryramia ana Jeny uake, in all m.9, unJ
Ornamented in Horn's us ua 11 v rich stvlp. nr Plain
IC7F. HORN respectfully invites the
importing or ouying eisewnere, as nis gooas win invariaoiy ue tne cneapest una the w
DEW GOODS, FANCY GOODS, GL0TS.lt
CENT'S FURNISHINC GOODS,
ALL DIRECT FROM NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND EUROPE.
Popular Prices and Square Dcalinf
I inTite tbe public to examine mj Magnificent Stotk of European and Aurrltan Ir Condi,
which is without question the
Largest and Best Selected
My Prices for perfectly FRESH, .EV FABRICS
Houses tor ULU, Miur- ou.i, suilmi
Don't be Deceived, Come
EXAMINE MY BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
Drv Doods. Underwear.
TRIMMINGS, CLOTHING & CENTS' FURNISHINC COOD
ttA New Line of GENTS' CLOTHING at GREAT BARCA
I invite a careful inspection of my Goods and Prices. .10 TROI BLE TO SHOW COODS.
Orders from the country carefully executed.
CH AN. J. FISIIKI.
WELLS' MUSIC STORE!
LARGEST STOCK IN THE KINCD
icr Every thing Fresh, and Choice.
Sat AccinilatloB ot Past Seasons, foisted
WE ADVERTISE BY
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To Be Lower than Any
Stand on our Pait Eecord with
ISMlH-i-S-SnSBI STOCli of TO,
Silver l?ltel TVaxro,
Chromoi, Brackets, Va.en, Clock., Guitars, Accprdeons, Flutes, Organs, Piano
niture Parlor Suits. Chamber Suits, and last but not least
TUP POPULAR Ar.lLKIUMii O E V 1 1 vi l.lMUn'i
... -man J J n-l,l tli
K..S.I TOT ril I l A3U . oriCIICU ohm
Examine Our Goods
With Others, and Don l oe .cusguiaea oj ue jjomoasuc dhow u
' Orer-zealous Competitors.
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in all sizes, Costume Mottoes and Cassaque
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Stock in the City of Honol
are positively lower ih.n are charged ly oih
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and Examine for Yoiirs:
Hosiery. Fancv Go
California One Price Baar,
tbe public with a flaTtrlnt: nance af edaftlt'
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SELLING C00OS CHE
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Other Houho in the C
the People-for Square Dealing, and e'-j
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