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SUPREME COURT. -IN BANCO.
April Term, 1881-
Harris, C. J. Jcdd & McCllly, J. J.
Jaues Magcike, Trustee ts The Union Fire and
Marine Insurance Co., of New Zealand.
Opinion of the Court by Harris, C. J.
The plaintiff's vessel, the Eugenia M. Briggs,
was insured by the defendant company against
total loea. By the terms of the policy, the risk
expired June 6th at midnight, and the queetion
for the jury ia, whether the vessel was lost
totally, previous to the risk.
" A loss of maritime property under insurance
is either actual (that is to say real and absolute)
or conBtrnctive"' (2 Parsons Marine Insurance,
68.) The first question that arises is whether
before midnight of the sixth day of June, there
is any evidence to show that there was an actual
loss of the vessel. Upon this point the protest
signed by the Captain, Mate and second Mate
and all the crew, at lluclo, Maui, on the 7th of
Juue is conclusive. By that exhibit, it appears
that they were bound to this place of Iluelo from
Honolulu, where they arrived May 31st, which
was Monday, made fast by a line to the buoy
and let go an anchor iu 13 fathouna of water.
Whether they began to unload on the 1st day of
June or not does not appear by the protest or by
any evidence in the case. But on the second
day of June, they were discharging cargo, for
the protest states'that they were much hinder
ed in unloading by heavy sea and winds" and
that on June 1st, the day before, at 11 o'clock
p. m., the schooner had begun to drag the anchor
and moorings, and they let go another anchor
and held her. They continued to unload during
the 3rd, 4th, and 5th of the month. The protest
states " that the 6ea was heavy, the wind blow
ing in shore, so that it was impossible to get the
vessel out," though it appears they still continued
unloading. All the evidence is that the wind
was a little to the north of north-east, which is
the trade wind. The protest continues that they
put all hands on the pumps but could not free
the vessel, and pumped all night (Saturday.) On
Sunday morning June Gth, they attempted to
heave up anchor aud go to sea, but the chain
parted and they desisted from the undertaking.
About 4 r. m., Sunday the crew went ashore,
because it was dangerous to life to remain. In
this connection the Mate (Ferrier) states that the
Captain did not want to leave, and asked the
crew to stay as long as they could, the Captain
refused to go on shore before dark, the vessel
was sinking and had 4 or 5 feet of water in her
hold. All hands remained on the beach all night
and on Monday morning went on board and
found the vessel full of water. Thus it will be
seen, that on the morning of the 7th the vessel
was in the same place they had put her a week
before, that no accident had happened to her so
far, except that she was strained and leaking
badly. The fact that she was afloat on Monday
morning had demonstrated that she was not
sinking the night before, she was not only afloat
and in the form of a vessel but carrying her cargo,
with her masts and rigging all standing. Thus
it is certain that 6he was not an actual loss before
midnight of the sixth of June. " There must be
no rational hope, no practical possibility of
recovering possession of the property, and pro
secuting the adventure to its termination, for
only when such hope and possibility have ceased
is it an actual total loss." (Parsons on Marine
Insurance, Vol. 2, p. 69.) As we have said
before the vessel was afloat and useful as a vessel
Sunday night and on Monday morning after the
insurance had expired as the protest bays, they
44 let go the chainB and allowed her to go ashore
in order to save as much of the cargo as possible ,
for the benefit of whom it may concern." Now
in setting the vessel ashore, they may have been
right, but the risk of the defendant company had
terminated some 8 hours before that. By no
construction, possible, was there an actual and
total loss of that vessel, before the termination of
the risk. There was not only no evidence before
the jury, that there was a total loss, but all the
evidence offered shows that there was none.
It remains for us to consider whether there was
any evidence before the jury to show that there
was a constructive total loss. 44 Much the larger
portion of losses, which are total become so dv
abandonment.or at least require an abandonment,
that they may have the legal effect of a total
loss." (2nd Parsons on Marine Insurance, p.
107.) 4 Where a vessel is abandoned it must be
clear that the vessel could not have been brought
into port at the time ot the abandonment and the
burden of proof id on the owners to prove that
fact and it a substantial hope exists of getting
her again, the loss is neither total in a strict
sense or in any just sense." 2. Parsons Marine
Law, 335. "The questions which most frequently
occur in relation to this matter, are whether the
assured was under auy necessity of abandoning,
in order t make his loss total ; whether he had
any right to do bo; whether he exercised this
right in the proper time and way." Idem. 334.
Abandonment, by Maritime law, means not
merely leaving the ship for a time, but abandon
ing her to the underwriters, so that they may
take possession of her, and do with her as their
interest may dictate. Now there was not one
word of testimony before the jury, that, previous
to 12 o'clock at night on Sunday, the Captain
ever abandoned the vessel to the underwriters.
If he abandoned the ship, be must likewise have
abandoned her cargo. The Mate, in his testi
mony, says that the Captain did not want to
leave, but exhorted the crew to stay. And wheu
they went ashore, they remained on the beach
all night, and that, too, in a well-peopled country,
as it is to be inferred in order to watch the pro
perty ; and on the morning of the 7th, the pro
test says that they repaired on board, let go the
anchor chains, and allowed her to come ashore,
for what purpose does the Captain say ? 44 In
order to save as much of the cargo as possible."
The Mate says that " on the morning of the 7th,
she was anchored and moored to the buoy, one
anchor down, they cut the rope and unshackled
the chain so as to let her go ashore and save
cargo." Surely this is absolute proof that the
ship was neither an actual total loss, nor aban
doned to the underwriters, at any time, while
the policy was in force so as to become a con
structive total loss.
It is said by the plaintiff, in this action: "It is
generally held to be discretionary with the Judge
who tried the cause to grant or deny a motion
for a new trial on the ground that the verdict was not
sustained by the evidence ; and that a refusal to
grant such a motion is proper whenever 44 there
was evidence which it was proper to submit to
the jury, and upon which it was equally compe
tent to find a verdict for the plaintiff ; of its
weight as sufficient to sustain the verdict we do
not and cannot judge." (Per Chapman, J.
Polley ts Lennox Iron Works 4 Allen 333.) (So
per Shaw, C. J. in Cunningham vs Magown 18
Pick. 15.) 44 Where the question is purely
matter of fact, where there is evidence for the
minds of the jury actually and fairly to weigh
and balance, where presumptions are to be raised
and inferences drawn, and the jury may be pre
sumed fairly to have exercised their judgment, a
Court will not feel at liberty to set a verdict
This is all very true but it is inapplicable, for,
in this case, as we have seen, there is no testi
mony whatsoever before the jury to Bhow that
there was an actual or constructive total loss of
the vessel in question within the time in which
the defendant company took the risk.
Exceptions sustained. New trial ordered.
Chas. C. Harris,
A. Francis Judd,
A. S. Hartwell for pltf. E. Preston for dfts.
Honolulu, May 16th, 1881.
In an interview with the correspondent of the
St. Paul Pioneer Presc, Professor Kendrick, one
of the American Members of the Bible Revision
Committee,says of the changes made, that the most
important were striking out the verses about the
angel troubling the pool evidently an interpo
lation, and thai about the Trinity. 44 There be
three that bear record in heaven, the Father,
Son, and Holy Gho6t,and these three are one,"
probably an invention or some pious monks.
They also changed the Lord's prayer by omitting
the doxology at the end, 44 For Thine is the king
dom, and the power, and the glory, forever,
amen," a middle-ages addition not found in any
of 'the older manuscripts. The Committee omit
ted from the text. but inclosed in brackets as pro
bably apocbryphal.tbe story of the woman taken
in adultery, and the last twelve verses of the six
teenth chapter of Matthew.
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A beautiful girl of eight years is out gathering ferns she is
barefooted, with no hat on her head, the wind playing with
her golden locks. She has her apron lull of ferns. It is a
beautiful picture of childish beauty and innocence, and cannot
fail to find favor in the eyes of ail. The coloring of the land
scape is very fine. In the distance is seen the little one's
home. The picture, as a whole, is very beautiful and true to
nature. It is well worth the price of a year's subscription to
the FIRUS1DE VISITOR, yet every subscriber gets
the VISITOR a year, aud the live chromos lor the small
sum of One Dollar.
No. 3 is a fine Oil Chromo iu 20 colors, size 13 by 13 inch
es, entitled :
Happy Dreams of Childhood..
This Beautiful Chromo represents a sleeping child, a beauti
ful girl of three years of age. She is sweetly sleeping with
her doll clasped in her hands. Over and above her are seen
angel forms scattering flowers and blessings on the bead of
the dear one. Beside her couch is sitting her mother intently
watching her child, while her hands have paused in the fancy
needle-work on which she is engaged, it is a beautifully
sweet picture, aud will find a warm place in every mother's
heart in the land. The child sleeping so sweetly with a smile
hovering arouud its lips, the angel forms o'er head, the mother
watching her dear one, the rich draperies and furniture ol
the room make a rare picture of loveliness. It is taken from
a rare painting by one of the old masters, and cannot fail to be
appreciated by all.
No. 4 is a fine Oil Chromo in 20 colors, size 13 by 18 Inch
The jSia.te Appeal.
This subject represents a beautiful Italian girl, dressed in
tier native costume. She is what is known as a Street Music
ian, and earns her livelihood by her violin and voice. She
has played and sang to the crowd, and has quietly folded her
right srm over and around her violin, while her left arm is
outstrecbed, thus mutely appealing to the public to give her
what they may. It is a lovely picture. The girl, though only
a strolling player, is rarely beautitul the sweet, beseeching
expression of the face could but make the most sordid find the
way into their pockets, and give her a few pennies. It is one
of the richest pictures we have seen for many a day. It is
brought put in Oil Colors, and is equal in every respect, to
any oil painting, and few can tell whether it ia an Oil Chrome
or an Oil Painting, so faithfully it is reproduced. To see it is
to fall in love with it at once, and every one who sees it, will
No. 6 is a fine Oil Chromo in 20 colors, size 13 by 18 inch
es, entitled t
The Reward I
This Is a companion piece to No. 4. It represents a beauti
ful Italian girl (entirely unlike the other.) She is also a
Street Musician, earning her livelihood with her voice and
violin; she has played to her audience, and bas received her
reward in the share ol a shining silver piece which she
holding in her band, while a smile of delight, at her success,
hovers on her lips, and her face Is radiant. It is a very lovely
picture. This Chromo alone is worth twice the cost of a
year's subscription to the FIRESIDE VISITOR, yet
subscribers will receive the FIVE foregoing large Chromos
FREE, and the V IS1TO R a year for a single dollar.
That each subscriber receives the foregoing FI
large hkaCTIFLl. chromos, and
FIRESIDE VISITOR a year lor a single dollar,!
both papers and chromos are send postpaid in every case. No
nnMiah. in th; innntrv ,ver offered so much for a single
dollar and fulfilled it. 1 promise only what I know I can
The undersigned, Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Island
would respectfully notify the inhabitants of this Kingdom that
the above only covers postage throughout the United States,
that the Hawaiian postage is EXTRA for Chromos and Pa
pers. Subscription covering all expenses. SI. 25 a year in advance.
XT Subscription List now open. XX
Agents wanted all orer the Kingdom; Write for
PICKERING & CO,, Honolulu, H.I.
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER, ENGRAVER
NO. 6 tCAAHUMANU STREET.
MADE TO ORDER.
AND OF THK
XT I hold myself personally responsible for ALL GOODS
ci-uruy ui iuetr gooas.
DRV GOODS, mm GOODS, CLOTHING
CENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, '
ALL DIRECT FROM NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND EUROPE.
Popular Prices and Square Dealing
I invite the public to examine my Magnificent Stock of European and American Dry Condi.,
which is without questiou the
Largest and Best Selected Stock in the City of Honolul
My Prices for perfectly FRESII, NEW FABRICS ire positively lower tb.au are charged ly other
Houses for OLD, SU0PW0RX, SOILED GOODS, under the gui&e of M I I IMJ OIF!
Don't be Deceived, Come and Examine for Yoursel
EXAMINE MY BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF ; ,.0;ail
Dry Goods, Underwear, Hosiery, Fancy Good
TRIMMINCS, CLOTHINC & CENTS' FURNISHING COODS. follow
ffA New Line of GENTS' CLOTHING at GREAT BARGAIN
I inrite a careful inspection of my Goods and Prices. NO TROl'BLE TO SHOW GOODS.
Orders from the country carelully executed.
CIIAS. tf. FISIIEX,
California One Price JESazar,
Jeci 80 142
Noticeto Planters & Others
I BEG TO NOTIFY PLANTERS ANI
the public that I am prepared to furnish Plana and Kati
STEEL. PORTABLE TRAMWA1S with or
without Cara and Locomotives, especially adapted fur
STEAM PLOUGHING und CULTIVATING
TRACTION ENGINES And ROAD LOCO
MOTIVES. LOCOMOTIVES for any juaje of Railway.
PORTABLE ENGINES for all purposes.
W IN DING ENGINES for inclines.
Mossrs. JOHN FOWLER k CO. of Leeds, England, whom 1
represent have supplied Portable Railways for bugar Planta
tion in Cuba, Trinidad, Deroerara, Peru and Mexico, for all
which places they have alto supplied
STEAM PLOUGHING TACKLE.
They have also during the last IS years manufactured Loco
motives for Railways in Great Britain and the Colonies, In
dia Mexico, CeyloD, Egypt and Peru, 20 in. gauge up to 6 ft. 3
in. guage, and suited for all kinds of Tracks and Traffic.
They have supplied the governments of Great Britain, Ger
many. Russia, Italy with Traction Engines, which have given
every satisfaction, as well as large numbers for private use.
Any Communications to be addressed to R. II. FOWL Kit
W. L.GKKEN.Ksq . Messrs. O. W. MACFARLANE ft CO.,
Honolulu, who will act as the Agent.
Catalogues with Illustrations, Models, and
Photographs of the above Plant
may be seen at the Office of W. L. GREEN, above the Office
or G. W. Maclarlane & Co.
R. H. FOWLER,
for John Fowler 4c Co.
N. B. I Propose to Visit the Different Is
lands During the Next Pew Weeks,
and shall be glad to give any Information with regard to the
application of the different styles of the above Machinery to
ej?tUir R. II. FOWLER.
JOHN BOWLER & CO.,
Ornamental & Stucco Plasterers.
Artificial Stone Sidewalks Laid,
Cementing in ail its Branches,
Whitening, Calsomlning and Jabbing
Promptly attended to.
Asbestos Steam Pipe and Boiler Covering,
Done in the best manner and by experienced workmen.
As to ability to perform work in our line, we beg to refer the
public generally to the residences of Ills Ex. Bara'l O. Wilder,
II. H. Rath Keelikolaoi and lion. C. II. Judd.
arr Leave Orders at 8. D. Burrow's Planing Mill, Fart at.
Jan I 81
IT I R E ! !
Haeneale k Irban Safes,
Fire-proof, Fire I Barglar Proof, k Barglar Proof,
smaller sizes constantly on hand.
Orders for Large Sizes Filled at Shortest Notice.
Old Safes Taken In Exchange.
Babcock's Fire Extinguishers !
Platform, Dormant, and Combination Beam Stales !
XT For Prices and Circulars, write to
C. O. BERGER,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
myla '80 ly
MANUFACTORY and BAKERY,
E HO HIST,
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker,
No. 76 Hotel street, between Nuuanu and Port
OF THK i
repaIrkd br ! ; :
Competent I :i
AT LOW RATE
I my patrons til ,fr 1
entrusted to my rare, and sitaure al
' I' any i
I on tin'
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an J j ii
CORXKK OF FORT AM) HOTICI, STREETS i have
i rone, '
FRESH CALIFORNIA FRUITS, ZUZ
APPLES, POTATOES & ONIOf
BV EVERY STEAMER. 1M,r t,
Corn. Beans and Wheat, llanin. Bacon and gliouldfra, ,aH "
Dried ami Canned Fruits, Nut and Kanlni the fill
Hugared Fig, Barbel', jpg ,JJ(
In lots to suit the Trade & for Family Encore..
XT All good direct from Main Home Iq 8an Frsnclifven tj
call and examine and compare psice: " ('IKiUgli
BY EVERY KTE&fER. jjnJjJt;
Orders received for Fruit and OmBpieurul Tref. SexW feiit ido
Grape Cuttings, and Olive Trees from our own tlrcliarli Jljg Jj
Vineyards Main House, San Francisco, Csl Fruit Cm . .
Factory Packing liouao fir dried and green fruit. .! V1' J"
Cal. I.. U. WW-hOVICH CO. tlftit I i
Ja8 ly - 29 ttuefDitrJ anJ
-a - " ' " flnrp&fm
H. tV). MOORE,
(Formerly In employ of Castle A Ca.kej word".
104 FORT STREET,
(Above Mcllis' fctore)
Wp ILL HE A ON. CIRCULARS. LETT
sLV and Note Heads, Business and Visiting Csriii. ''
(n First-Class Htyle, at Reasonable Rale. toarlV
Just Received, Ex. Oeylo r"W;-'
FROM BOSTON Woeka li)
Fine Assortment of Oak PJaev
For Sale in Lots to Suit, JjJJ
AI.I..- v a- itmtltSCOut frt
1 BAGOAOE. Office, at l'ickerittsr it Coal. X.l.nahcrc
corner Fort and KiogMrret. Orders punctuuliT H f)!ied b
.a -. . ...... . . t
w. imw reaiuence, jiv noiei street. (JmhI
artt3m. F. II. DOKIV ,
1)ERKO.s WISHING TO HAVE 'Sported tl
of houses or any out dour photography done, ess1-1.. 1
Pictures in First-Class St$Sd;
Br applying to the underaiened. tt I3t tnrt atrfft. t( thifl t
II. h Cfl-Tlie tUlJ
Honolulu. Jan. 18th, 1881. j .j
' " ni,i,AI im j j r a j . M u ' in
m. the Hawaiian Islands. P. TLI.I.V would rrtl "
offer hit services as a SUGAR ROILER. 'll Torcni
twenty years experience in that capacity In other '
and three in this. II. fpfli rnmnt.ni in ah ihn D0 n t Aani
any Boiling House in this Kingdom. boTO al'
Good References Given if Eeq0. b'k j
22 3m Address Box 121, Post Office, 11 J
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PHOTOGRAPHER & DEALER IN ALL RIN (!ft8
Picture Frames, Mats and Velvet Uhe bod
Corner of King and fort 8t., Houojulu Tal0 l(ui
AN AMERICAN GENTLE l A!
perieoce in teaching, lu college, private io, . ,,
and nrivAtj! fMinilipa. la w.itintr tn ,iv.. I. .hi ruction v' A X
families, the languages and fcngliah branches iiclo1';hnnkel
Ufactory references and certificates will be ..ttnrlr .
resa, N., this office. V 7
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ALLEN & BOBINSON,
A 1 KUBlnSU. S HllaKr. '' "it l'
I. LUMBER and all kinds of BUILDINU M" q a jj0
raids, Oils, Mails, Ac, Ac. ei0 ,
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Honolulu, Hawaiian Island.