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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
PROM AND AKTKRJUNK 1. 1SIK.
LOOAli AND GENERAL NEWS.
Col. S. Norris'was n passenger by
the Miluiliahi this afternoon.
To EWA Mil.!.
Leave Pearl City..
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A.M. A.M. P.M.
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43
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Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1893.
Friday. Sept. 15.
Am bktne W H Dlmond, Nllson, 23 days
from San Francisco
Am bktne S Q Wilder, McNeill, d.iys
from San Francisco
Stmr Waialeale from Lahaina and Hnraa-
Stmr MIkahala from Hawaii and Maul
FniuAY, Sept. 15.
Sloop Kaiulanl for Pearl Harbor
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Waialeale 18G9 bags sugar, 100 bdla
From Sun Francisco, per barkentlne W
H Dlmond, Sopt 15 Mr flecker.
From Hamakna and Lahaina, per stmr
Waialeale, Sept 1.5 W C Pierco, Miss
Greenfield and 9 deck.
A nolieo to tho creditors of
Lincoln, bankrupt, nppoars
Admiral Slwrrott will hold an offi
cial inspection on board tho U. S. S.
Boston on Monday.
Captain Ferguson did not loavo
on tho S. S. Australia oil Wednes
day as ho oxpoctod.
Tho stoamor Waialoalo brought
down two lopors from tho othor isl
ands this morning.
Up to 2:30 this p. m., 79 return
permits had boon issued to Chinoso
leaving by tho S. S. China.
J. F. Colburu & Co. aro in receipt
of a fresh lot of hay, grain and food
by Into arrivals from (no Coast.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weathor,
clear; wind, light oast. Stoamor
Mikauala and bark Detroit off port.
Boats from tho threo warships in
tho harbor woro engaged in boat
drill ( on tho water front this
The American bark Detroit is expected
daily to arrive from Nanaimo with a load
The playing of the naval bands of the
TJ. 8. 8. Boston and Philadelphia attract
quite a croud of idler.-) to the water front
inornlne and evenine.
The Uoverniuent liver, Mr. Jas. Morse,
1b at work laying the foundation of that
portion of the P. M. b. S. Co.'s wharf
which caved in sometime ago.
It was the steamer J. A. Cummins, and
not the steamer Hawaii, as inadvertently
reported in our issue of yesterday, that
brought 675 bags of sugar yesterday for the
The stpamer J. A. Cummins is at tho
Oceanic S B. Co 's whurf taking In a load
of bricks for Hecia. She will leave on
Monday morning at 10 o'clock for Waima
nalo, Heela and Kaneoue.
Tho American barkentlne W. H. Di
mond. Captain Nilson, arrived at noon to
day, 2.J days fiom San Francisco. She re
ports having had a calm passage all the
way through, and of sighting a bark day
before yesterday. The came bark was seen
again by her this morning. It is supposed
to be the bark Detroit, which was reported
at 11 a. m. to-day to be 15 miles northeast.
THE WAIMANALO CASE.
Tho seven brass guns which were
formerly used at tho Kakaako salut
ing battery have boon sold to the
Honolulu Iron Works.
Messrs. Hatch, Damon, King and
Smith, accompauied by Mr. Pottor,
paid au oflieial visit to tho cruiser
Philadelphia this forenoon.
Mr. J. Dolanoy, engineer on tho
steamer W. G. Hall will bo married
this evening to Miss Christian,
daughtor of Captain Christian.
The Cloy's libel caso has beon sot
for trial in tho District Court ou
Sept. 18, R. Stone, for escaping jus
tice, and J. P. Bowou, for larcouy,
on Sopt. 19.
Owing to tho absence of Doputy
Marshal Brown at Waiawa, Deputy
AUoruoy-Gonoral G. K. Wilder cm
ducted ihp prosecutions in tho Dis
trict Court to-day.
Tho Myrtle Boat Club's six-oared
crew were serenaded at tho Arling
ton yesterday evening. The gates
leading to- tho grounds and the
building wqro illuminated with col
A Chinaman named Chun Fook
pleaded guilty to having opium in
possession in tho District Court this
morning, and at the request of the
prosecution, sentence was suspended
until moved on.
i 1 .
Mr. Saburo Fujii, Diplomatic,
Agent and Consul-General for Japan,
paid an oilicial visit to the U. 8. S.
Philadelphia at 10 o'clock this morn
ing. Tho usual salute followed his
depurture from the vessol.-. ,
A young shark of tho man-eating
specios, which the barkontiue W. H.
Diniond brought in suspended on
her stern, attracted curious crowds
of people when being carted to the
fishmarkot this afternoon.
Contractor Swanston Claims An
other Induced His Men to
Capt. John Brown of tho schooner
Mahimahi was brought before Judge
Robertson yesterday on a charge of
malicious mischief, by inducing a
number of men to desert the steam
er "Waimanalo which was lying in a
critical condition on the reef at
Waialua on Thursday, August 31st,
and thereby placing the life of Cap
tain Swanston, one of the contrac
tors engaged in floating her off, in
The gist of Swanston's evideuco
was that dofeudant had induced his
native help to leave the vessel on
the Thursday mentioned and his
life was jeopardized. He was left
on the steamer from 7 in the even
ing until 3 o'clock in the afternoon
of tho next day, having to work the
Eumps the entire time. If tho wind
ad freshened or a heavy swell come
in, the vessel would have been a
total wreck. Captain Brown had
previously volunteered to take his
co-contractor McDowall's place, but
he told him no, ho could assist,
The natives corroborated the
statement that they were induced
to go ashore by Brown, and were
offered a bottle of brandy by him.
Brown told them that the contrac
tors had no monoy and could uot
Captain J. W. Brown, in evidence
statod that he went to Waialua ou
horseback on Wednesday, and his
Hchooner (tho Mahimahi) did not ar
rive until Thursday. McDowell
asked witness to go on board the
Waiinanalo with him. The steamer
was thou striking on the reef. Their
combined efforts iloated lior into ten
fathoms of water, and anchored her
with a good anchor and cable. On
Thursday, when tho alleged trouble
occurred, witness wont to his vossol.
After breakfast McDowell asked him
to go uptown about monoy matters,
and aUo asked if dofeudant would
not take charge of the Waimanalo,
Defendant saw Swanston ou board
tho stoamor and told him what ho
was Koinp: to do, then wont ashore.
Took two bottles of brandy ou board,
ono of which ho found empty ou re
turning to the steamer. Ho denied
porsuading tho natives to leave the
vessel, but on the contrary he had
urged thorn to stay on board.
The prosecution then asked for a
contiuuauce in order to obtain 31 r.
McDowell as a witness in rebuttal.
Continued till Saturday.
Chas. Croightou for prosecution;
J. M. Davidson for defendant.
Au unknown donor has presented
tho Anglican Cathedral with a beau
tiful hymn tablet, designed and,
made by Mr. W. Miller, tho well
known cabinet maker of Hotel
street. The tablet is made of koa
The Honolulu Diocesan Magazine
of September loth has been .re
ceived. For the benefit of our
readers, wo repriut from same, a
short but pithy article entitled
"Why the Diocesan Magazine is
A largo number of interested
spectators witness tho Hoalaui and
Myrtle boat crows at practice both
in tho morning and evening in the
harbor. ThoHealauis row over the
course to tho Boll buoy several
times, covering eight miles.
A sale of fancy and useful articles
will be held at Kealakekua, South
Kona, sometime in December, in aid
of tho Church Endowment Fund.
The Rev. S. H. Davis will bo glad to
receive contributions, such as arti
cles of clothing, in aid of the pro
Chief Detective Win, Larsen and
Detective Noil Boylo arrested two
Chinamen, Baug All Kai and Yeo
Fat, at tho Chinos Theatre at 7:30
o'clock yesterday evening ou a Charge
of manslaughter. Tho men are
ohanrod with poisoning a fellow-
countryman at tho Chinoso Theatre
The Honolulu Football team un
der Captain II. C. Hapai had a good
practico yesterday at tho recreation
grounds. The boys uro picking up
steadily and when they meot the
Pacific tho latter will know they
have been playing football. Tho
PacilicR have suspended practicing
ou uccouut of the boat raco meeting
on Oct. 7th.
Supromo Court Docision on a Patent
FIRST PATENT SUIT IN HAWAII.
A uuauimouH decisiou of tho Su-
Jromo Court, proparod by Justico
Trcar, has boou rondorod in tho
Eatotit caso of Tho Risdon Iron &
ocomotivo Works vs. Alexander
Young. Plaintiff claimod that do
fondant infringed a patent iu auto
matic food rolls for sugar mill fur
naces, and tho caso camo boforo tho
Court on au amicable submission of
facts. Tho Court docidos that Mr.
Young did not infringe the patout.
F. M. Hatch for plaintiff; A. S. Hart
woll for dofondant. This is tho first
patent docision ovor rondorod in tho
Following aro the principles
adopted in tho docision.
"A patont for a combination is not
infringed by tho substitution of an
olomout that perforins a substan
tially different function, or of ono
not known at tho dato of tho patont
as a propor substituto for tho omit
"Tho burden of proof upon a
quostion of infringomont lies upon
tho party alleging infringement.
"Tho patont raises a presumption
that tho dovico is patentable.
"A dovico to bo patentable nood
not porform its work better than
the same kind of work has previously
"A change in tho form of one ele
ment of a patented combination,
though slight, if it works a new and
useful result, may avoid infringo
mont. "A patent does not cover more
than is claimed, nor moro than is
described in such a way as to enable
others to construct it.
"Infringement of a patent for au
tomatic feed rolls with longitudinal
ribs is not proved by tho mere fact
that automatic food rolls with spiral
ribs with a pitch of halt the circum
ference of the rolls have beon man
ufactured and sold."
.In tho course of their decision the
Court regrets the absence of evi
dence ou cortain points, leaving
epilations that dependod on facts
to be settled by tho rules of law.
TUE FAMOUS PINEAPPLE CASE.
In tho case of P. G. Camarinos vs.
John Kidwell, relating to pineapples,
a unanimous decision of tho Supreme
Court has been rendered, confirming
the verdict of the jury against Kid
well. Circuit Judge Cooper sat in
place of Justice Frear, who was dis
qualified from having been of coun
sel. Neumann and Creighton for
plaintiff; Hatch and Thurston &
Frear for defendant.
This was an action for damages
for breach of a contract made by
the partio" on the 10th April, 1890,
wherein Kidwell agreed to sell to
Camarinos for the term of thirty
months from tho 1st July, 1890, all
'the flue quality pineapples, viz.
Sugar-loaves, Queens and Smooth
Cayeunos grown for sale by Kidwell,
the pineapples to weigh throe pounds
and upwards and to be delivered at
the store of Camarinos in Honolulu
in good condition. Camarinos was
to pay 35 conts for every such pine
apple delivered in accordance with
the abovo conditions. At tho first
trial in the Supremo Court at the
January term, 1892, tho jury dis
agreed and were discharged. At
the April term, 1892, the case was
retried and tho jury (two dissenting)
found a verdict for tho plaintiff,
Camarinos, $512.75 special damages
and S750for probablo profits.
The case -camo up ou appeal under
two bills of exceptions. One was as
to tho ruling of the trial Justice
allowing an instruction to the jury
requested by tho plaintiff, and the
other as to the Justice's refusal to
crant a now trial on the ground that
tho verdict was contrary to tho law
and the evidence.
For eleven mouths Kidwell de
livered pineapples to Camarinos in
good condition. Then, according to
evidence for the plamtiu, pineapples
were damaged either by poisoning
tho crown with acid to destroy its
growing power, or thrusting a sharp
instrument down into the crown for
the samo purpose, either of which
treatments caused tho fruit to decay
and spoil. Tho defendant denied
having used any corrosive substance,
but admitted the use of a chisel on
the crown, while tho plant-was still
growing, ; which he claimed tended
to incroaso the size of the fruit and
did no damage to the edible part.
Tho jury was instructed that under
tho contract the defendant was ob
liged to deliver tho plaintiff pine
apples which included the fruit with
of tho estate of tho late Win. Hosier,
intestate. Tho estate consists of
gorsonal property valued nt about
3750, including 35 shares P. I. & R.
Co., and Charles Hosier of Nebraska
is named as an hoir.
J. Spoonor vs. Julia Spoonor Rico
and others, bill in equity to sot
aside o deed, is being hoard by
Judgo Cooper this aftnrnoon, O.
L. Carter for plaintiff; W. A.
Kinnoy for defendants. Jonathan
Spoonor tho plaintiff was tho first
witness, and was Biibjoctud to a rigor
ous cross-oxamination by Mr. Kin
noy, partly in roforouco to t he family
difficulties of tho parties including
a threatened shooting.
During this year 71J,tl3G silver
Troasury notes havo been redoomed
in silvor dollars.
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co,
Tanckmi, July 21, 180-2.
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
B80 Fort Street, HConoVulU.
HZr. Xavld 31. Jordan
ot E Jmeston, N. Y.
Colorless, Emaciated, Helpless
A Complete Cure by XIOOWS
This fa from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, and one of the most re
spected citizens of Otsego Co., N. Y.
"Fourteen years oro I hud an attack of tho
cjavel, and havo since been troubled with my
Liver and Kidneys
gradually growing worse. Three years ago I
got down SO low that I could MArcely vrnlU.
I looked more Uko a corpse than a living being.
I had no appetite ami for flvo weeks I, mo
nothing but gruel. 1 was liaalv emaciated
and had no more colortlian n nmihle rnnlue.
Hood's Barsanarllla was recommended and I
thought 1 would try It. Before I had finished
tho tost bottle I noticed that I felt better, suf
fered less, tho InOommnllon of (be bind
der had subsided, the color began to return to
my face, and I bceim to t eel hungry. Alter
1 had taken three bottlei I could eat anything
without hurting me. . Why, I got so hungry
that I had to eat 5 times a day. I havo now
fully recovered, thanks to
All WHO IVUUW
D. M. JORDAN.
W. S. PALM EH, Esq., En
trict No. 1, So. Pacific
I find that the oil wintrcs mveh lest mil'
mcut than hntccd to make a paint of the re
quisite coieriiut anil unread in or qualities. 100
llis. of whito lend will take no moro than i
to i gala, of llnseeil, while In my priming
cout, I get oven better results with U to 10
gallons of Lucul, ami In my second coat
i with 7 to 8 gallons of I.iieol to 100 lbs. of
lead. This means a very material saving
(from one-third to one-half) in the amount
of jilgtuent necessary to cover a given sur-
In my roof color I used less than 100 lbs.
of "car paint" (.Princes Metallic ground In
oil) where a roof of this sizo has always re
quired 200 lbs. of car paint with Unseed oil.
1 mixed my root color with 18 gallons of
Lucol to tho 100 lbs of pigment ami got a
better body of color than I ever got with
lcs than one-half that number of gallons
of linseed. I give you simply the facts but
I cannot understand or explain them.
The drying qualities of the new oil are
perfect. The )jrimtujoou( with white lead,
dried strong and hard inside of 24 hours.
Tho lirit coat for sand took the sand freely,
firmly and in larger quantity than linseed
and dried hard inside of 21 hours. The
second coat of body color and trimming
dried thoroughly without tack inside of 21
hours. It coverod perfectly nnd dried with
a tine smooth lurlaeo entirely free from
vi inkles and blisters, and bore out remark
ably well so as to dovolop a lino lustre, giv
ing much better looking results than 1
liuvc ever gotton with two coats of linseed
on new wood. The cur paint spread on the
roof was mixed with raw I.ucol and dried
perfectly in 21 hours. Notwithstanding
that only one-half the usual amount of
INTERESTING TO HOUSEKEEPERS 1
Big Cut in Housekeeping Goods !
Best Qnulity White Sheeting, 2 yards wide
" 30 Cents
Best Quality White Sheeting, 2 yards wide
' 25 CentB
Best Quality Mosquito Net, 90 inch wide ; 10 yards
in piece for $2.15 Piece
White Honey-combed Spreads, fringe all around ;
good quality for 1.00
Colored Bed Spreads 75 Cents
rs Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
r ftl rn.11 nnd nm trcll.
me marvel to seo mo so well."
HOOD'S PlLLB are ttaebeit utter-dinner PttU,
utUt digestion, cure headache and blUousneu.
HOBRON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
i the paint covered perfectly
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUE
X First Circuit,
of G. W. Lincoln
Hawaiian Island". In
In the matter of the E-tato
of Honolulu. O.iliu. a
Creditors of the said bankrupt aro here
by notified "to coiuo in nnd prove their
debts before such Judgo of tho Circuit
Court of tho First Circuit as shall ha sit
ting at Chambers, at Honolulu, on .FRI
DAY, tho 22nd day of Soptember, 1WO,
between the hours of ten o'clock in the
forenoon and noon of tho said day, and
elect an Assignee or Assignees, of the said
By the Court:
830-3t Deputy Clerk.
color wus used
and did not run. The second coat of sand
tilled up solidly, taking up a larger quan
tity of sand more evenly than I have ever
gotten ou to linseed.
Tho Lucol has ellected a suving of 215
lbs. of pigment or nearly oue-thlrd of the
amount usually required for a building of
With respect to the general appearance
of the finished work, I must confess that I
never saw Its equal in two coat work with
linseed, and if the oil wears as viell at
Tattered as it has worn with the Master
Cur Fainter, Mr. Fitcb, at Sacramento,
there can be no qurslion about the SUPE
RIORITY of Lucol over linseed, et en at the
same price per gallon, in ECONOMY, GOOD
LOUKH and tii DURABILITY.
Signed W. H. MELLUS,
Forniiian Painter, Bonthern Pacific Co.
For a lamo batik or lor a pain in
tho oido or itliosl, try Hnluratiui' a
niocH of llauiuil with Ohninborlaiii'K
I'ain Balm ami binding it oiilo tho
n (loo tod pnrtfl. This troatmoiit will
uure any ordinary t'ami iu ono or two
days, ruin Dulm aluo ennm rhoiun
atiHin. W) oont bottlos for huIo by
all doaloru. BotiBon, Smith & Co.,
agut for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
Fnrowoll to tho U. S. S. Boston.
Tho ladies coininittoo for tho fare
well ontertniniiiont toudorcd by tho
Hotel iiiaungoinont to tho U. S. S.
Boston, havo docidod on 'I'uosday
ovoniiig noxt for tho ovont instead
of Monday ovoning as at first in
tondod. Invitations aro to bo sent
out iinmodiatoly, and wo judgo by
thoso in chargo of tho a 11 air, that
tho dauuo will bo a groat success.
I HAVE APPOINTED MRS. LIZZIE
Kalnana Puahi, known by the name
of Kalnana Hairam, Honolulu, to be Ad
ministratrix of all my real and personal
estate. All parties indebted to me are re
quested to make payment to said Mrs.
Llzzio Kalnana, who from this date has
full power to transact all business on my
Mrs. Ask Kekuaiwauia McGbegoh.
Honolulu, Sopt. 12, 1893. b23-lw
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
fffll H BiKfj
Robinson Block, Hotel Struct, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholster j ! Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENbfVK ASSORTMENT OK
I PSSWSS? tt.'i'i
i m -?Z'Z7 m'?raKra,iz.-iinsLis m
g Etc., Etc, Etc
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OH DAMAGED GOODS KEl'T ON HAND
O RDW AY &" PO RTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Stroet
BELL TELEPHONE 525. -H fr MUTUAL TELEPHONE (M&.
Puppies and Grown Dogs
From Registered nnd Prize Winning
Btock. Pedigrees and Stud
Cards on Application.
820 lw-37 It
"OK BALE FOB, WANT OF USE.
ALL PEKSONB HAVING CLAIMS I
against Kobort William Holt per
sonally are requested to present the same
without delay at the Ofllcc of
BRUCE & A. J. 0A11TW RIGHT.
Honolulu. Aug. 25, 1KB. SK-tf
LAUNCH IN FIKST-CLASS
well-kiiown as having been
used by Dr. G. Trousseau as Port 1'hysi
cln.u The sovoral Pilots, tho Customs
OUIcers can givo information about the
boat; speed heven knots. Several other
liouts, Spars, Sails, et, etc. The Moats
can be focm nt Mrs. Keiit's boat house noxt
to tho Marine Railway. Kor prices, etc.,
apply to DK. G.TROlISSfcJAU,
From II to 11 a. m. or 7 to S p. m.
Job I'rinlinp neatly and promptly
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
Tho Myitlo nnd Planet bnsubull
clubs will play tho noxt amatmir
gauio to-morrow aftornoon. Tho
following will bo tho playora and
thoir rospcclivo positions:
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. ... Kit
. . .losiuli
. . Iviirnttl
. . . Klaua
1. D. ICnthroiiH, buorotury of n
larijo oil company, snyH thai -tho
Bupply of potroluum in Wyoming is
tho crown, and defendant had no
moro ritrht to mutilate tho crown
than the fruit itself. "If this was
all that tho Court said," tho doci
sion runs, "it would bo erroneous,
for tho jury woro tho judges of tho
question as to what constituted a
pineapple. But in tho Court's charge
it based this instruction that a piue
applo included the crown "with the
fruit part, upon the admission of
the dofeudant that in order to make
up tho contract, weight of throo
pounds and ovor to oaoh pineapple,
ho included tho top with tho odiblo
part, and tho Court said that it was
not an opon quostion of fact to pass
upon because Mr. Kidwoll had
admitted that tho crown was n part
of what ho had sold and what Mr.
Camarinos had bought."
Further, tho jury woro inotruoted
to Chid by tho oviuouco whothor tho
fruit was really damugod by tho cut
ting of tho crown, and if so that
thoy should find a verdict for tho
plaintilf. And tho Appellate Court
"cannot soo that tho jury woro mis
directed by tho instruction given,
when tho wholn charge is con
sidurod." Tho Court review othor
points iu tho caso, finding that they
woro properly boforo tho jury, and
conclude: "The ovidonco iu this caso
was voluminous; tho trial occupied
throo days; and it was oxhauitivoly
tried, and wo find uo rovorsibln
errors disclosud, Excoptions ovor-
Mrs. K. K. Norton, by J. A. Ma
goon hur nttoruoy, has entered a
duiuurntr to tho amended bill of
complaint of 12. A. Jonwt, assiguoo
of Geo. K. Norton.
T, May has filed u pulition that L.
C. Abies b appointed administrator
T. HOPP &, CO.
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