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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTIS.
IJvfore Hi Honor Jnie Acstix.
Tliaredaj, March 30th.
ImkitJ of Immigration T. Robert McKibbeo ;
Mr. V. O. Sin i lli r preJ Tor the board and
Or. McKiNhen on lu own bbalf. The case was
heard and judgment deferred,
fijll jwinz iudzment was given
This 19 an acti n t recover balance of wnj-es
claimed .i fe due Nana, si South Sea Inlander
under contract of tervice with the Ii-fcndnf,
be.irin)j dite April 8'b, At t!e time of
the Di.ikioi ol tlie contract Uc wai a married
woman, wife of Dick, who entered tlie eume
rvice and died in ths uruiner of 1830. There
after Mann eerved tili on or ab-.ut October 8th,
ISdl. and .vi tben ut.irritr. At the time
of her Ut tuurri ie, ae were nominally due
licr on account ol lir rvice which it wa
agreed li.uUJ he lor three yearn al l he lute of
4 a in mtfi for the fir.l year, 5 a Iu m.iIi lor the
wi year, and $ti a in. .nth lor tti S I ear.
At tl. time the aievincnt wan tunnel bv
the defendant he jail 00 to the J.latntiff toward
reimbursing the (..veriii-iit for n-eage money
of Mana fr-nii the South ?x-a IrUiiiJa. a lorein
cittuiCry, w litre tlie original c-ntr-ict for service
witli M.ina wan ui -de by the I uniiiT for the terui
abote -.'ifiJ. S.i-ti .ri 1413 tlie Civil CJe
de Ir . t!.nt all etia j;i-tieiit of service con- '
tractnl in a loreio country to fx executed in tlii. ;
tnlem tltc anine he in i-oiitratentloo of the law. 1
I be is mistaken. On tbat diary is entered at the
j same dates nearly or quite all the ittn charged
; in the big book, mainly in native, and the ac
! our.? in t'.c big book is in Englirh. I thiok this is
; the orgi- al book for en tries of things famished as
it km admitted to be hr days not worked. It is
kep tin pencil, and is not always clear. The de
' fen Jan t cavs be furnished sotue of the articles hiru-
On April 7lh the ; ift but mott to his lunas, at the rt-quest of Eila
! and lona. i settlement was liad tor mouths.
liila and Tuna deny the items except for those
few admitted. There were two other South Sea
11 tnderrt employed and .rkui with Bill and
Toii.i. From the looee hcc unt kept by defendant
1 think be txmetimeit im Je n. makes n to win
was charged. If the cloi;l.-i n t admitted, eaid
to be furm-hed on May 'Jin. mere M furnished, I
think frgm the evidence, 1'ila and Tona did not
teed them and ouht not t ray lor them Per
haps they were in part ( part are aliuitted)
furnieheh to othtr lahoters of the defendant.
Things broken are chu''-J to Tona. No carelr
ne-a is proved, and without xucli proof no buc
charge could ! fuhtained
On the wh ile, I am inclined to give judg
ment for the plaintiff in both cuies as claimed ;
bcirjjg for IiU a balaiice ol 20 90. lorTotia.u
balance of 1 4 0). Iel judm-. nt be sj entered
Willi costs. "
The Original Belfast " linger
WINES & LIQUORS
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
We supplement th letter of our S.m Francisco
corrrjxiiiJfnt with the following nri.f extracts
m - . .... ... 1 e-
I tins, mlJ Mivl.ni neie unices ior more , froIU tiles ot n.mers received during tLe week,
than ten e.if. and tU-n iilv fr that time. .. ,, ,
. r -i r iw-o .;.i lioiue, Jlnrcu i. rt-Vfii l uwumH were
;Nxt,o 2 uf e.p. 31 U. of IS, 2 provide- hat ill4.,uJii. ArchLish. ,, Mi C'abe of
n- control ol a m-rried woman to m:rve another - J)uUm Th dSlVetvl all Jihxutiou ou
hall Ihj vahd in law unU s--trated from her i ,,. .,.;,:, , ,i, . ct.nn h
bunt nnd by decree of a court f competent juris
diction.' l'he contract made with Mana by the ;
plaintiff was therefore Void and ahe was not ;
boon ! o rforu it. The Cotirtti h ive not two j
methods of Coniirmn foreign and domestic con- i
tract. Kvidciiily it wis asutnel. in the case, as j
llw? litct how that th service ajreeJ upon wouia
be faithfully begun. Bui a disastrous change
soon occurred to Mana. Her husband died.
Thereafter she continued to serve and receive
under the contract signed by her and. by
this I think, it was ratified, and became valid in
the bands of thedelendant aainat ler as a tingle
wotuan. Section I of tae Law or 1872 laat re
ferred t.. further provides that in case 'any wo
man shull contract marriage while under con
tract to serve another, the marriage shall operate
to annul said contract of service. From the time
of the second marriage then the contract of Mana
w.ia void. Had Mans in that contract ti ulated
out to mnrry during Its term, the stipulation
Mould have been void, as in restraint of mar
riage and against public policy in all civilized
countries (see I'arsona on Contracts vol. I p. 536) .
ip cially in this Kingdom, by every govern
BKuttl utterance, the marriage of its subjects is
commended arvl fostered.
Dy his agreement with the Board of Immi
gration tlx? defendant assumes) all the chances
of its termination and among others that it may
terminate as it ha by the marriage of Mana. In
the contract between the plaintiff and defendant
it wait agreed that it shall be the right of the
aid Coord of Immigration at any time during
the time in this agreement stipulated for its
duration, upon the representation of the said
.Mana to cancel this contract ior any cause
deemed by the said lioord to be sufficient, re
funding to the said R. McKibben such propor
tional sum of the amount advanced as the unex
pired portion of tbe time of service agreed may
Lear to the whole time. This ia the only pro
vision for refunding contained in tbe contract.
I'ndr it the defendant claims as an offset to the
plaintiff claim lor wages of Mana the sum of
$25 which is the proportion of tbe whole sum
of $50 advanced by bim, which the unexpired
term of service bears to the whole term. I think
the defendant ia not entitled to this set off. Tbe
Board make no claim. The contract expires aa
a matter of law. The Board are willing for the
contract to continue, but Mana ia not, and the
CJovernment policy approves ber act. The pay
mrnt of $50 made by defendant was in no sense
an advance. It was in the nature of a premium
for what was supposed to bo a valuable contract.
Iia4 the whole term been served by Mana there
WuJ4 be no pretence of claim to recover anj part
oftie$50. If there had been a direct engage
menJ Uf or for Mana that any part paid should
be returned if she ehould not serve tbe whole
specified tcroj. even then I think in this care to
adjudge it agaioat Mana would be against public
policy, where the contract is annulled by direct
statute law. Toanoul i to reduce to nothing.
No veelige of tlie object stricken remains. Where
at here the contract is annulled by superior
authority, and not by mutual consent, not even
equity can intervene to mte a shred for the partj
Had Mana's wage soogtit to be recovered by
the plsiotiff been actually paid over to ber in fall
up to tbe time of her matriage, the amount of the
set oil claimed by the defendant, a above spoken
of, could not have been recovered by him, nor
can it now be allowed. Nana i entitled to ber
wage, and the plaintiff has a right to toe for
thm under the contract.
There is another item of set off claimed, te
" $10 for clothing lost or stolen from the wah
.house whilst Nana bad charge of tberu. Tbe value
m's agreed on. Tbe facts proved show careleeeneea on
Le part of Nana with regard to the elothing.
rjhe was bound to ordinary care, and I think the
jprou show she did not exercise it, so this part
if the et off must be allowed.
Thai plaintiff may enter judgment against the
&rWd( for $25 and costs.'
Tuesday, Match 31st.
jVwrd Immigration va. Kunuiakea. Ap
peml n m Uirftflct Justice of Honolulu. There
were two OA brought on behalf of Bila
and the ot.cr ua ULeil of Tona. A lull report
of the proce.'idlr.i: ia JvJi Bickertoo's Court
a given in tbe F- C. w tiTtsia at the time.
Judgment was tben pifetf against Mr. Kunuia
kea quashing the cooiacu oJ fixing tbe turns
due t. the complainant. A -cnral appeal was
mail, but ub?quently tbe xceptwna to the
quashing of the contract withdrawn, and
only the question a to bow ucb due to
Bila and Tona came ondr tlie consideration or
the higher Court. The .vidcncai atxi aj-junaeot
were taken this day (3It March) and judgment
was delivered on the 10th .April a follows ;
Tbce suns are for wage claiakl doe to
South S-a Islander. Bila and Tona, husband and
wile who worked under written contract taado
by plaintiff (Tbe Board) lor them with defendant.
The case were tried and considered together by
Tlie first question . one of law a to when
the term or service lor which defendant is liable,
began. The cootract are dated April 20, 1831.
Thia was the day BU and Tona arrived in Hono
lulu. By the contract with the plaintiff they
were entitled to wge from that day. Tbe de
, fendant arumed to carry out tfiese contract, and
to I think be is bound to pay from April 20tb,
-as the Board are. He claim he ehould only be
.charged from May 12th. 181. the day he prove
. the actually began to work lor bim. I think
ibi "claim cannot be allowed.
The defendant charge Bila with 52 days not
worked and Tona with 77 day not worked, and
.charge Bila with $19.85 and Tona with $10.75
tfaah and article claimed to be furnished them
from time to time. Bila admit that be did not
Wdflc a month during the term, and idmits
$4. CO of ite furnished. Tona admits a charge
of $5 65 for tJot working nd $3.50 heme fur
nished. BiU and Tona were unlettered rude peo
plo and kept no account. Ho aetthjment was ever
made with them donog th term. The Ker. Mr.
Biogham in their behair, anked a aettlemant
August 30tb. They served till November iib,
1881 The defendant present two books ot ac
count, one an old diary with entries in pencil
.under different date. Thi be says i tha original
entry a to day not worked. Into the other
book be afterward copied these items of days not
worked. Only six or seven day are known to
him personally. Tbe others he says, be entered
rom report or hi luna. Tlie luna were sworn
that they reported to him the days not worked,
and one swears tbat the defendant entered them
into the big book. This disagree with defend
ant' statement that they were afterward copied
into that book. I think a liberal allowance for
nut wnrked is made for Bila and Tona. Tbe
rharcr tlicm with more is too inde-
finite and uncertain, and ought not to be to kept
:There should hare been frequent settlements
with them, at least monthly, fhat there were
.nnt. and na settlement at all. ia all wrocg and
looks suspicious. 1 shall allow the time as charged
and admitted by Bila and Tona.
. A to the items chareed to each, the defend
,Mit an ears tbat the second book presented, tbe
-hi book is his orizinal book ol entries, un ex
minatjoa of the other book, the diary, I think
Ctttinge, March 2 The official orun of the
Montenegrau tiovt miiicM having puhlisht-d un
a.J.lrcs to CJcuerul Skol-lrtr sim-d by th"
Prime Minister and the Wur Minister of thu
principality, applauding Skoln-lefl"a Hpi-ccLe,
SkobelefT replied that he believed iu the mission
of the Sclavs and intends collecting a relief
Berlin, March 2'J General SkoWleff has been
nominated to a Commission for the reorganiza
tion of Turkestan. The appointment is con
sidered as an honorable exile.
Madrid, March 3D A serious strike has
occurred in Barcelona and other towns opposed
to the reforms of the tariff, and works and mills
will be closed. In Barcelona there have been
fifty arrests. Many thousand operative are
affected. The labor demonstrations in Andalusia
are owing to distress from drought. The Cata
lan operative informed a committee of the
Chamber of Deputies that the adoption of a
Franco-Spanish treaty would deprive a hundred
thonsand workmen of means of subsist
ence. Shops and manufactories are closing,
in Gcrona, Sabode'l and Tarrasas. A state of
aiege is threatened in Catalonia if the agitation
St. Petersburg, March 31 It is officially
announced that the Czar has ordered the com
mutation of all death sentences passed at the
recent trial of Nihilists to an indefinite period
at hard labor in the mines, except in the case of
Marine Lieutenant Sachanoff. in which sentence
is confirmed, as his position as officer aggravated
his crime. lie is, however, granted a military
execution, which take place to-day.
The GJot says the police are preparing for
further expulsion of Jews from Moscow.
London, April 1 The Oxfords won the Uni
versity race to-day by six boat-lengths. The
Oxford crew finished in good form, and they
" won as they pleased." The Cambridge men
were exhausted at the finish, and their rowing
was irregular. The time of the Oxford crew was
2 minutes 12 seconds; of the Cambridge crew,
'20 minutes 37 seconds. The tide and wind were
both favorable for a good race.
Washington, April 1 Guiteau has sold the
suit of clothes that he wore when he shot the
President to Coup's Circus for exhibition.
McDonald, the sculptor, is here, making busts
of Garfield and Guiteau for Coup for exhibition
at the same time. Guiteau continues to abuse
Scoville, who is digusted at the prospect of his
having to continue in the cose. Scoville pur
poses to get up a petition for the commutation
of his sentence to life imprisonment. He thinks
it would be signed by two-thirds of the Congress
men and many persons of influence.
New York, April 2 W. II. Hurlbut, editor of
the ft'orM, has been notified by Trescott that
General Hurlbut, late Uuited States Minister to
Peru, died suddenly, of disease of heart, on
March 28th, at Lima.
New York, April 2 Cornelius J. Vanderbilt,
brother of SVilliam H. Vanderbilt, shot himself
through the head at Glenham Hotel, on Fifth
Avenue, this afternoon at 2 o'clock, and died
from the effects of the wound at G o'clock. From
the time of the shooting until his death Van
derbilt was unconscious. Many friends of the
dead man and members of his family were pre
sent when he passed away. The motive for the
act, given by friends of the family is that it was
the result of mental derangement, brought on
by years of suffering from epileptic fits. No
other reason could be given, as his financial
affairs are said to be in the most prosperous
City of Mexico, April 2 Congress has opened.
President Gonzales read the address. It is
stated that the Guatemala difficulty remains un
settled, and Guatemala must now speedily re
nounce acquiring the States of Chiapas or So
corro, or war is inevitable. '
New York, April 3. Advices from Panama
state that Trescott, in correspondence published
in Chile, formally withdraw any offer of good
offices from the- United States in the conclusion
of peace between Peru and Chile.
London, April 4. In the Hanlan-Boyd race, !
Boyd at the ilhtset raised the hopes of his kuj
porters, but Hanlan, gathering himself together,
with ouc effort placed himself first after fifty
yard had been rowed, and he maintained the
lead of from oue to four lengths throughout 1
the race, occasionally playing with Boyd, and ;
won by four lengths. j
London, April 4- Advices from Buenos Ayres I
of March Sth say that the Peruvians lost 2.000 j
menin an engagement in Abacucho. The Pern- I
vLan commanders were taken prisoners, and it is j
expected they will be shot. !
London. April 5. Sara Bernhardt was mar- J
ried to M. Damala, a Greek gentleman, in this I
city, to-dar. She will continue her theatrical i
carter, and Damala and the bride will perform j
here la May. Damala is a fine-looking, middle- I
aged man, said to he tolerably rich. Bernhardt !
cava no previous notice of the wedding. A
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marck'tf health are unfavorable. His physioians
recoiutnmJ a long rent.
Moscow, April 10. The Gazttte ay it is iu- .
tended to reduce the army at the end of the yeur ;
to GfW.OUO men.
Bertiu. April 10. The appointment of Degiera '.
Miuiiter of Foreign Affairs to Russi is viewed
as an eminently pacific symptom.
t ashinton. April 10.- Secretary Hunt haa .
receited a dispatch from Eugiuter Melville,
dated Yakutsk, January 27th, as followa : "I j
have completed all necessary arrangements for
snpplie and outfits for six months, and leave
this place for Balun to-day; thence to the Lena
delta to continue the search for my missing comrades."
San Francisco. April 10. llev. J-. Hamilton,
the pastor of the First Unitarian Church ol
Oakland, on the corner of Thirteenth and Jef
ferson streets, dropped dead in his pulpit while
holding morning services yesterday. At the
moment of his sudden demise he was in the j
midst of his gormon. He was seen to raise his j
hand to his forehead as if to clear his eyesight, j
when, without the least tremor or paroxysm of
his countenance, he slowly bowed his head on
the manuscript before him, sank quietly on his
knees, and then fell prostrate on the floor of the j
pulpit. A physician present pronounced the j
attack either tLai cf jaralysls of the brain or i
Tbe deceased minister was a native of New ,
York, aged about 53 Ivears, He was educated at :
Hamilton Collfge, New York, traiued for the
ministry in the Presbyterian Church, aud was j
settled at San Jose, from which place he re
moved to Oakland. Some fifteen years ago he j
was triad before the Presbytery for heresy, the
result of which was his severance from that
denomination, he having modified his views on
all theological qncstions.
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rrouivt aitrtiliou will t (Ivrn to the Mailinf
ulaciiu ra n any tl oilier Inlatult.
Onlrrt for Urd Kul btr Sianip rrceirrd and rruoill FUUd
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SMOKERS' ARTICLES I
Largest and Most Varied Acssrtm't
To be f'unj In lluinlulu.
WE ARE CONSTANTLY IN RECEIPT
Fresh Supplies in Our Line I
The Most Reliable Manufacturers I
In thr I'dIUi eiatet.
P. Lorillard 6c Cos
Tin Tag Tobaccaos,
Vanity Fair Tobacco L Cigarettes
l. Grreat "Variety
&c.y &c.f &c, &c.
MoIIistei? da Co..
niOLF.SlLK K RI.T1IL TOBifCOMSTS,
& Nt'llANU rtl'llKUT. marl If
, ALB, U.
Cases Hennessey Brandy,
Cases De Laage's Brandy,
Cases Jules Koleur's Brandy,
Cases Boutellieur tt Co.'s Brandy,
Caslis Hennessey's Pale Brandy,
Cases Burke's Irish Whisky,
Cases Kinahan's LL Irish Whisky,
Cases Burke's Scotch Whisky,
Cases Cutter No. l&OK. Bourbon Whisky,
Cases Kentucky Favorite Whisky,
Cases O F C Sour Mash Whisky,
Cases Green Case " Key" (Jin,
Baskets Stone Jug (Jin,
Cases Bed Palm Tree Cin,
Cases Red Anchor (Jin,
.'. i. n .
Cases Best CockburnVlX111
Cases Be.st Duff cordon's Sherry Wine,
Cases J) Extra Dry Sherry,
Cases Genuine Madeira Winp
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BITTERS OF ALL KIMJS,
,3.. iJUGAB PLANTERS.
MAR ASCII IJiOLr
We will receiTe orders for tliii Valuable Ferliliier.
given f ach saiisUciory results ia the Uilo Distrir'
1 U I
ME J l -Jr'di & Lodging Houss,
Restaurant L Epnaras
F.ITIIER IX COBD WOOD OR (XT 1XD SPLIT
ALL WOOD DELIVERED Tiib
ANY PART OF THE CITi
WITHOUT EXT'es of
CHARfr lhe Public'
. achroeder, of tl '
trHiTe Northern xpeditser Co.
GENERAL AGENT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
KE ()lk -o. II i VK I V 'N s I HN
'ilh their hug Vtf Oo i i", u.-i u-i.i
Dininsr-rooms. Bed-rocci3 v.id
And are prepare! to ccojin 1 1 .te
Boarders snicl Stxlsers,
Ac lurnitli ihom w.ih j
First-Class Faro and Clean
Rooms and Beds,
Washing done on the preoi aea. A teimve Waiter.;
xcarll2m Y. ALAU,
Iana;;cr. 1 in ul if
Having tested the Efficiency of .
11.1111 111 E'S
PATECT WIRE mim !
Carrying Snar Cane,
I lar .urcli'l from Mr. A. 8. Hallidl.
The Exclusive Right of said Patent
21 a v :ii i;i 11 I s I si n tl s !
And li-r hy ive t.otice that I am prepared
To Furnish Material or Contract to erect
Lines of any desired Length or
I'lrUo intT-tvl in the transportation of Bofar Can
S'l.rnr, I u-l r Mcrrh-tuli""-, n-pecially urcr broken and tfiffl.
cut crouml. are n.viicil t . lr,Hi;t the line workinK upon mj
j.l .ntiit m ut Kca'ia. r the roQle uf the aame on Tlew at Ua
v III of Mc-h m. ll- l Irwin A Co . Honolulu.
Any iiifi.rm iti'in ill lie rhcrluliy given by the BDderalfncd
or lv MK J M. l ll'JMI'eO.N, cre Mei.rt. Irwin Co., who
ill viit lo ain i wli'-re linra may ba deairtd. and maka pra-I'ri-d.es
and eatm.au fur tbe tame.
Z. S. SPALDING.