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Pledgvd to neither Sect nor Party t
JSiit established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1889.
Although about 800 women voted
in the municipal election nt Wichita,
Kansas, two women on tickets for
the school board were defeated by a
Passengers on the street cais will
have to look out and keep heads and
arms in, when other cars are pass
ing on the sidings, and it is the duty
of conductors to givo warning of the
In speaking incidentally the other
da of aged public men, lefcrence
might have been made to the vener
able Senator Morrill, of Vermont,
who recently in hale and hearty con
dition celebrated his seventy-ninth
Rip Van Winkle seems to have
become a contributor to the Adver
tiser. "Who else could have said
that coveriug the outsides of build
ings with cement is "coming much
into use in Honolulu." "Why, the
cement age laps back on the grass
age in Honolulu architecture. The
newest parts of the town show hand
some blocks in unveiled brick.
People should not jump to the
conclusion that the French Govern
ment is merely carrying out political
persecution in its prosecution of
13oulauger. That would onby be to
inllate his claims to a heroism that
he has not yet earned, but "the
man on horseback" is being tried on
tangible charges of criminality in
connection with his handling of pub
lic funds and other alleged breaches
of the laws.
The Sultan of Morocco has to pay
a heavy indemnity to Great Britain
for the murder of several persons at
a trading-post near Cape Juby two
years ago. A paity of Moors hav
ing encamped there, the English
agent at the post undertook to
"take" them with a photographic
camera. Not understanding the
operation the Moors killed the oper
ator and one or two others connect
ed with the station. It is for this
that the Sultan now pays in coin.
Moral: do not shoot the amateur
who snaps a kodak at you.
"Want of confidence in its bosses
corcrtly expressed is "traitorous"
on the part of the Advertiser sim
ply from its own point oi view. Our
late rcmaik on that point merely
showed the Advertiser in its own
true light. That paper has lately
been applying scurrilous language
to people who arc at least the equals
of its bosses in all points of good
standing, simply because they hap
pened to hold independent views
upon a debatable question. This
morning's little snarling of our con
temporary is, however, in keeping
with its tactics when its resources
of rational discussion are exhausted.
"Satan reproving sin" would be a
very uninteresting sight compared
with the Advertiser lecturing upon
independent journalism. That pa
per has so many bosses, with such a
Tariety of cross purposes to serve,
that several days are generally re
quired for it to consult all of them
before daring to commit itself te
an3' important utterance. Witness
its daybeforeycstcrdayliness in dis
cussing the Savings Hank deposit
Emtou Buu-uriN: As liquor is
being freely used in this country,
and not a small proportion of it is
consumed by natives without thor
oughly knowing of what the stuff
they are drinking is made, or
whether or not such stuff will huit
them. And in the case of Imakun,
who, as leportcd in your paper the
other day, died of over-drinking of
boine kind of liquor a humble sug
gestion as follows presents itself:
Would it not be advisable, at this
stage, thai the Government should
tako steps towards this matter
and appoint a permanent chemist to
analyze all liquors coming in the
Custom House or elsowhere, and
also what is dispensed at bais, to
bco if such liquors as are consumed
by natives and others are safe for
them to drink, admitting of course
that execssire use of any kind of
intoxicants is dangerous,
A man named Dory has just nam
ed his first infant Ilunky.
Generaniarrison, a Washington
newspaper is informed, is deaf on
the right side. Those on the left
side also failed to make themselves
THE NOBLE FRANCHISE.
Editor Bulli.tis: The editor of
the Advertiser, in one of his notes
on May 2 1st says : "In the matter
of the native vote for nobles, 'Justice-'
has failed thus far to explain
how the llawaiinns have been de
prived of ati elective franchise which
they never had, or how they can
have inherited rights which none of
their progenitors oi predecessors
ever possessed." 1 think it would
have been more in keeping with the
totio of the Advertiser on the noble
vote, to havo wiittcn instead of the
above, something like the following:
"In the matter of the native vote for
i.obles, 'Justice' has failed thus far
to explain how tho llawjiiians have
been deprived of an elective fran
chise which they never had, nor
ever shall have if wc can help it."
If the editor of the Adveiliscr
would have peace, and desires to
allay all strife between the natives
and their friends (more particularly
on the part of the natives), in this
franchise matter, he should dTscard
all such weak phrases as "progeni
tors" and "predecessors" (it is too
thin), nnd stiike out manfully for a
much lower franchise for the na
tives. Then he will show his desire
for peace here and good will to man.
It will be well for him to remember
that the natives from Riihau to Ha
waii know, and he knows, why and
wherefore the unfortunate natives
were "winged" in the vole for No
bles. As the case stands at present
it is dollars and might against right
FROM M. THOMPSON'S DIGEST
OF HAWAIIAN SUPREME
Where the defendant, as master
of a packet running to California,
had conveyed a debtor of the plain
tiff out of the kingdom, without a
passpoit, as required by Sec. C51 of
the Civil Code, and for justification
pleaded that he had no knowledge
of the indebtedness, nor of the
debtor being on board:
Held, that unless a careful dili
gence had been shown, such as tho
thorough and faithful seaich of the
vessel, previous to pussing the
boundaries of the jurisdiction of the
kingdom, the master, under the pro
visions of the statute, would be
liable for the debt. Halidaj- vs.
Scott, 2 Haw. 081 ; and lb. 3115.
The liability of the master of a
vessel for the debts of passengers
departing this kingdom without
passports, attaches when he has cou
eyed them across the exteiior line
of the exclusive jurisdiction on to
the high seas.
If a person be taken on board,
beyond such boundary, with the
preconcert and complicity of the
master, or anyone under his com
mand, said collusive acts being
prior to passing the limit of exclu
sive jurisdiction, such conveying
away of the debtor would be a viola
tion of the law, (Sec. 051, Civil
Code) and the legal liability would
be the same.
A thorough and faithful search of
the vessel previous to passing the
boundaries of our jurisdiction, with
a view to guard against persons
making their escape. Held to be a
compliance with the law. lb. JJ95.
A part' arrested as an abscond
ing debtor, and affidavits filed both
by the defendant, and the plaintiff
regarding the validity of the claim,
the court heard evidence, that it
might judge prima facie whether
theie was any indebtedness, lung
vs. Huntly, L Haw. Ao7.
Construction of the statute, sec
tion 953 Civil Code, sustained by
the Passport Law, Article 4 1 Civil
Code. lb. See Ne Exeat Regno.
Where one of several part owners
of the ship or ships, engaged in the
whaling business, acts as agent to
purchase supplies and outfits for
the ships from third parties, he will
not be permitted to take beyond a
reasonable compensation for his ser
vices (or that agieed upon), nor
to hold any profits incidentally ob
tained in the execution of his duty,
even if sanctioned by usage.
Where said part owner had fur
nishod the supplies for the said
vessel from his own stock in trade
at the lowest market rates, with the
knowledge of and without objection
by the other owner, the latter must
be held in law to have waived his
right to open up the accounts of
said disbursements, they having
been furnished him according to the
usage of the business.
When said part owner, acting for
the others, luniislicd them, from
time to time, with accounts of the
disbursements, and charged interest
on advances made by him in fitting
out the vessels, without having first
made a demand for contribution.
Held That the furnishing of the
accounts must be regarded as notice
to the said part owners and equiva
lent to an express demand, render
ing them liablo for inteicst from the
time the accounts weieso furnished.
Although agents arc not legally
entitled to any incidental profits,
arising fioni the management of the
business confided to them by their
principals, yet, wheie it appeared
thoy had exercised due diligence in
making their contracts of frcight
mciits, and made the most advanta
geous bargain they could, their
principals could not vacate their
contracts or make them liable, if at
some other period, before or after,
a less rate of freight had attained,
And if put on board their own ships,
DAILY BfcTLLETIN' HONOLULU, H. I.,
tho lowest rate of freight in the
market only could bo charged; Wil
cox nnd Hanks vs. Marshall, 2 Haw.
It is incumbent upon tho masters
or agents of whaleships, to make
up, at tho expense of tho owners,
the accounts between tho ship nnd
eacli olllccr or seauinn of the crow,
nnd nny usage to tho contrary deem
ed unreasonable and would not be
sustained by tho Court. Warren v.
Bark "Benjamin Rush," 2 Haw.
Whore pnrtics transacted business
with each other In a loose manner,
rendering it ditllcult for tho court to
measure the amount of pecuniary
damage, sustained by the party in
voking its aid, tho court, sitting as
a court of equity with tho consent
of the parties, adopted the principle
of cy pres in assessing the damages
to bo awarded.
A party complainant having ic
tained accounts furnished him by
the defendant for a great length of
time, without objection as to their
correctness, having had opportunity,
was held to have waived the light to
make such objections, and said acts
were regarded as conclusive against
him. Dudoit v. Spencer, 2 Haw.
103, Rice v. Spencer 2 Haw. 502.
No provision under the Hawaiian
Statutes, which exempts merchants'
accounts from the operation of the
statute of limitations. Pustau v.
Rixman, 2 Haw. 730.
The Tokyo Electric Light Co. will
run a tiain by clecti icily at the Na
tional Industiial Exhibition to be
held there next year.
Large iron works are projected by
local capitalists with a capital of
4-2,000,000 at Kyoto.
A tea inspection department is to
be started at Kobe, mniulaincd by a
charge of 3J or i cents on each of
the 150,000 packages annually ex
The German gunboat Wolf, the
Japan Gazette says, was despatch
ed fiom Batavia by telegraphic or
ders to Apia, Samoa, in eonsc
qjicnce of the destruction of the
Weaves in the Joshiu district
will endeavor to imitate samples of
silk stuffs received by the Govern
ment fioni America.
It was rumored that Count Goto
would remove 500 ollloials as un
necessary, which implies consider
able extravagance under the old re
gime. Reports of famine in Korea arc
The journalists of Osaka anil Ky
oto have formed a press association.
The educational department hav
ing discovered musical talent in
Miss Koda Nobuko, a violinist, has
ordered the young lady to study
music in America and Germany for
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
On Thursday, Rflay 30,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. 31..
I will sell at Public Auction, at the office
of J. W. Limine, Merchant Street,
(on account ot (lepmurej Uie
whole of his Oliicc Furni
ture and Effects, con.
1 Macneale & Urban Fire-proof Safe,
1 Mahoginy Pillar Writing Table,
1 Mahogany Scmtiiry,
1 devolving Office Chair,
1 Set Koa Pipi Holes !
1 Set Mahogany Pigeon Holes,
Office. Chairp, K.dlimr.2 Tables,
Wushstund, Stationery, Books,
Lamps, Ink Stands, Etc, Etc,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
A COTTAGE, comer Klnau
and Pcnsacola flrecls.
W. O. ATV7ATEK,
Honolulu Iron Works.
A FINE BL.VOK
miiro and gelding, !m
i nrli-i1 ui ffr r f.iul ft
- yeirsold rcbpcotividy,
will drive single or double, kind and
gentle and can bo dilvcn by a lady or
child. Apply t
O. W. MACFAIUiANE,
2'il 5t Or to the I'.uithenn wablps,
IN accordance with the provisions of
Bcciimi 11, Chapter XXXV of iho
besfiiou 1av.s of IHHbt, I have iugiioicd
nt thu Intel lor Ollleo my brand, "X." !""
uhu on horses nnd mules, purchased Ihu
2"lh of May, IBS!), from tho Hon J I.
Dowsctl, anil orlglimllv registered Ocio.
ber tth, 1610, by Join. M'K Kr
R. M. DAMON.
Honolulu, May 27, ISS'J 211(1 iw
BY a Voting Portuguese who will givo
good security for his conduct, a
situation in a stoic will innKij blmf-elf
useful at any hind nl store or otlicu
woiU. Apply to
1C3 lw Queen bticet.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
On "Wednesday, Mny 29th,
.VT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At rav Salesroom, Queen street, (immc
dlateiy after tho Exeoutor'sSalcof Illuls
and Paintings), 1 will pell without ie.
serve, Household Furniture, comprising
1 Black Hair Cloth Parlor Sot,
Lnco Cui tains & Limbrequlns,
1 B. Walnut Marblelop Bedroom Set,
Huruiu'', Koi Tiihh ,
i Lirge MUMIO BOX,
Collection of Books,
Dante's Inferno, Harper's Magazine,
lite, Ktc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
2fi0 2t Auctioneer.
By older of the Eiccutois of tho Ef.
tHtuofthe l:ito .hums D. Mills, 1 will
sell at Public Auction, at my Salesroom,
On Wednesday, Rflay29
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
The following piopi-rty
3 Volcano Pictures,
(By Mills) ;
2 Pastels, "Bridal Veil Pall '' and
1 Pastel by Tn ei nler,
SHELLS, CORAL and CURIOS,
-Largo Cacs of"
2 ra-cs Australian Birds,
2 " Malay Aioldpel.igo Birds,
2 " Anieiican Mills,
1 " China and Japan Birds,
2 Very Rare Hawaiian Birds I
The "Moho" or "Wingless Birds.1'
JAS. F. MORGAN,
25G Ot Auctioneer.
lalifornia Brick !
On Thursday, JVlay 30,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOS,
Oa the Eplannde. rear of T. H. Dtvics
ifc Co 's iStoruliou-es, I will sell
nt Public Auction,
28000 Art M BriGb
. . &
i-or sale lmM
On Saturday, June 1,
AT ISi O'CLOCK SOOX.
At the Old Cust in Pouso Wharf, I will
sell at Public Auction.
The Hawaiian Schooner "RAIHBOW,'
23 2 1.100 lon bur.dcii, ns Bhe now
lies, vi i til gond suit of
Sails, Anchors, Chains, Rigging, Boat, &c.
And at the Hinnc time
1 Large Scow with Anchor & Chain.
EST The vcsel 1r in good order and
oilers a dcsliablo chatico to ptrtics to
cngHgo in thu inter-bland trade
LAND AT AUCTION
On Saturday, Juno S, 1SS9
At Iho auction loom of Ju9. F. Morgan,
Honolulu, Ouliii, will be bold to tho
That Gertain Tract or Parcel of Land,
Situated nt slid Honolulu, Oahu, lying
lit tin: urn 111 of the premises belonging
to John I). Holt, Esq., and ut thu west
of Mih. Mario Apuii'tj premises, about 00
feet hlo and about 'M feel in length ;
and beinjr the snniu pitmUes conveyed
lo Kcomoko b deed of luiwnnlnuki, re.
corded in Liber 10, p.igo 2!i.r, a very
good land foi homestead
fgy-For timber paith'tilars ipquiro of
WILLIAM O. ACU1,
Attorney for Hit- llciis ot Kcomoko,
rfUlE partnership heretofore existing
X hiHttccu Sum Qua i, Chang Lung
mid Plug fiin, doing cdipenier business
under thu Unit uiiinn ot Tuck Lung
Cbong, has been dissolved, Sam Qtiul
selling out his Inicicjt to the other two.
Thu remaining pnitucis of the said firm
of Tuck Lung Choug will continue said
biiFir.ua' under the linn mime ot Tuck
Lung Chong, nnd heiuhy give notice
llnii liny will noi be luspniiHlbl.' for mi)
duhiri contracted by Sum C Jim 1 In thu
TUCK LUNG CHONG.
Honolulu, May 21, "ItSdti. ' 258 lv
MAY 28, 1880.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
NOT ICi: U hereby glvon. thai Ho
undertk'iicd lms disiialnnl the
gords and elinitcls of Chung Lung,
NuimnUfrtrcit, for nrrc.trs ot tent, nml
Ilia' ihos.ild good nnd chattel will he
sold at Public Auction, nl Hie balcro in
of .las. P. Morgmi, Honolulu, on SATUH.
DAY, June liih, at 10 o'clock A. M , to
satltfy said atieau of lent.
list op auticlkb:
1 rollei, I culler, 1 roller, 5 tonl, 1 long
rutter, puiw lies and chisels 1 vise. 1 pipe
holder. I qiinrc 3 "uivIIk, 1 & mnjlels
I 1 1,'e cmier Ore iios 2 hummers, I
niemh. i-iilr cult r, t) tongs. 1 -hoxel.
1 rrow bur, i tlni rmn, 211IH1 p.ns, 4
kettle, 4 iil.hes, 18 kettles, It nillu pans,
7 milk pans, (! milk cms, 4 toiches.
Tho "dutiful Seaside Re-ort at Wal-
klkl (loi inerly tho icslili nee of Col.
G. W. Mucfnrhme), known us
The Premises consi3t of
( Containing a
Lanai 40x40, Dining Room, Pantry,
Kitchen & 5 Bedrooms,
All partially furnished.
Con tn in in?
Bowling Alley, Billiard Room and 3
Largo Bedrooms & Dressing Rooms.
One Building on beach,
Bath Houses, Wash Rooms, Etc.
Largo nnd Commodious
Stables witli Carriage House.
Upp' r Fh or fltt-d with Iirgc Airy
.Rooms. Mibablc for servants,
etc., etc There ate
Large & Well-laid-out Grounds,
Connected with the Premises on which
could he erecttd cottages for visitors,
rlinuld iho place he converted into n
hotel, for which it U admirably uduptwl
The Bu'hini; f.icilitio- equal the hist
along the line of beach.
JBSyrhc-c Premises will lie li.vcd for
a utiii ot years to rc-ponMUlu panics
For furthci particulars apply to
W. G. IRWIN & CO.
BGS A Spiinfrfbld Gas Marb. no b
on ijiu PrcmUcH .m I llio pipes nd into
a I iho above Buildings npr25.U
Frank B. Auerbach
Accountant, Book-keeper and
Purchasing Agent & Collector.
C6r-''fnce nt J. E. Brown & Co , Mcr
olmnl Mrtct. P ) I!oxNo.40'J Bell
Telephone No. 172 Mutual Telephone
No BOO. v53 lm.8!14t
25 Conts Pound.-
Picked Every Day I
WOLFE & Co.
CSGinncs for orders to bo filled for
tho other Islands, will bo picked light
from llm vines. 24"5 lm
Chinese Employment Oilice
rr,HE undersigned begs to notify the
JL public that ho has opened n Chi.
peso hmploviiiciit Olllce, nt iNo. !!" King
Elrect, will tako contracts for caipeuler
work, P'iiniig, etc. Metsnges delivered
to the Chinese. Mutual Telephouo H85.
No eharnu lor getting servants. Office
In Lank Lung Chung's carpentur i-hop.
2571m l.LE C1IU.
I HAVE this day mid to Mi-sum.
light linn, niy solo right, lltlo
and inieiesl in the premi-es known s
tho "Old Itou Premises" 10 and 8
King street, where my successors will
accomplish everything in iho carriage
and blacksmith trade to the Kutirnrliun
of the public. A. K. WEUJ.
P. S Wright Bios will i-1 1 1I cirry on
their tiuaim.'ts on hurt MKel, nest to
Lucas's Planing Mill.
Honolulu, May 21, 1889, 255 lw
Park Beach Hotel
-C SAFES I "!SSl-
I JL XUUIU11UUM IJ
DWELLING HOUSE SAFES,
With Marbletop anil Baek Grained, imitation of any wood.
gar ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED'. &3
T. H. HOBRON,
GO Fort street, Honolulu, Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Finest Line of
Untrimmed Hats for Rflisses' and - Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hal Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all tbo New Shades;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Gauzes, All-over Silk Laces, New Wash Mote
lials, in white, plain and iiguied; Boy's Shirt Waists,
Fine Lamb's Wool Underwear, flannel Cunt's ami Vcnin,
All-wool Oyrshirts, Etc., Etc., just received by the "Umatilla" by
CMAS. J. FISH El.
The Lending Millinery House, cor. Fort & Hotel ets.
The Manufacturers Shoe Go.
SS Sa SO iqSgi&r2sy' IIoto1 st
Correct Styles &"
2230 t f
P. EHIM & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
gT N. B. On and after May
of our Dress-making Rooms.
-OFFER AT BED
California Hay, Oats, Bran, u '
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal, n
Barley, Rolled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
Telephones, No. 175.
New Zealand Jams 1
JUST rcccivrd i coni-ignment of Now
Zealand Jums aborted case. For
sale at low prircs hv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
FOR SALE CHEAP
A YOUNG Saddle
animal for a boy), and
Colt. Saddle, bridle,
eic , thrown in to mnko
Apply at this olllnc. 2."l if
STOKE TO LET
''P HE Store at present occu.
I nt...l l.v I.-! (' If, ,1V,.
rfffftffia Way's Block, King strci t. at
reasonable rental. Possession given Juno
1st, 181). Apply to
Ifi8 tf J. G. ROTHWELL.
am- T7URNISHED Rooms to let.
$iitM?X J- southwest corner of
ViSSpfiffb Punchbowl and Beretunia
streets, would bo very convenient for n
tmall lamily. 2,')S (!m
R EAL ESTATE FOlt SALE.
A VALUABLE Lot at Hie
corner of Port nnd
fchool stieets, over $ oi au
ucro with one Cottage. Apply in
214 tf J- M- VIVAS.
A HOUSE, with 3 largo and
2 biuull rooms with kit.
ehen und bathroom attached,
on Alakea Mreet, rpposilo Dr. Mc
Waynu'h. A ply to John Cook, on pre
inises, or at nils nuiee.
Carriago For Sale Cheap.
INJiW Uutuniirr uar.
rlngo just finished
and handsomely trimmed
In flrsL cbisx stvlu must be immediately
sold to clnt-n un assignment, can be teen
at W H Page's cirriage ininufaetury,
No. 123 Foil ttreel.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
& LOCK CO.
Designs $ All Prices.
E. JE5. KlttX-mr, Ar-ciiI.
loth, MISS CLAEK will have cbargo
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
GOOD Fumily Board for a limited
number of gentlemen not exceed
ing 0 persons. For purtipulnrs apply to
W. P. REYNOLDS,
2Mtf AtT. G. 'thrum's store.
ON and after ihis date llr. Frank B.
Auerbuch will collect and settle
all accounts duo to nnd by mo.
A. RITCHIE KOWAT, V. S.
Honolulu, May SJl, UHD. 255 lw
MR. LOUIS ADLER begs to inform
tho public that ho has received
an elegant assortment of Ladies and
Gent's Boot", Shoes ni.d Slippers by tho
lust steamer. 248 tin
Will practice in tbo lower courts of the
Kingdom as attorney, attend to collect
ing in all its branches, renting of houses
and any other business entrusted to him.
Ofllcc 91 King Street Upstairs.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor, .
Also sole ngent for tho Masic Window
Pcrcens, Combined Bevel Squares, Stan
diird, Goodrich, eio., Sewing Machines,
Bicyelcj, Tricycles, Velocipedes, etc.
OHIO-, corner of Bethel and Kiugsts.,
upsinirs. Apr-17 89-ly
San FnANCJsco, Cal.,
I'enruury iu, lBfcU,
T7S7E herewith certify that
Y V Dodd & Miller are our duly au
thoil.ed ami only agents for the Ha.
wailan Islands for the &ule of our Lager
Beer in kogn.
JOHN W1ELAND BREWING CO.,
190 tf John 11. Wieland Bros.
NOTICE of 11EMOVAL.
ALEX. FLOUR, Lock & Gunsmith,
has rimovul opposite in tho pre.
n.Les ormipied formerly by MaxEekurt
as a jewelry store, next door to Holt',
schhicigcr & Co., in the Damon Block,
Bethel street, 210 lm
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