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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KUOM AND AFTKIt JUNK 1, 1B!3.
To Kwa Mill.
Lcavo I'earl City.
Arrives Ewa Mill..
Leave Ewa Mill.,
Lcnvo Pearl City,.
A. Saturdays only.
C. Hunrfays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 19, 1893.
Tuesday, Sept. 19.
P M 8 8 China, Ward, for Hongkong via
Yokohama at it n in
Am bk Albert, Griillths, for Ban Fran
cisco Stmr Claudinefor Knhuhii, Keanno, Hana,
Hamoa, Kipiihulu, Nuu, Puuuliau and
Kukuiau at 5 p in
Stmr C R. Bishop for Wainnae, Wainlua,
Mokuleia, l.uiu, Kuhuku nnd Pimaluu
at !) a in
Stmr Iwnlnnl for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele,
Makaweli, Wuiinea and Kekulia at 5
Stmr Mikahala for I.aliaina,Mnalaea,Kona,
Kan mid Volcano at 10 a m
Stmr Waialcalo for Nawiliwili and Hana-
- niaulu at 5 p m
Bohr Muhimahi for Waialua
LOCAL AND GENEIlAIi NEWB.
A governess is advertised for.
ThoW. 6. T. U."hnsa mooting
The boom of Uncle Sam's "spe.ik
i ig tubes" is frequently hoard theso
The U. S. cruiser Boston will not,
leave for Maro Island until the 27th
Notico of a grand merchandise
clearanco salo is givon in another
Lessons in piano given by Chr.
Horoldnd, Ponhallow house, Bero
tania street. Mutual telophono Gli.
Admiral Skerrott's flag was trans
ferred from t ho U. S. S. Bostou to
the U. S. S. Philadelphia this morn
ing. Engine Co. No. 4 was pumping
water from an artesian well at
Thomas Square- into tho main pipo
Tho Hawaiian Mission Children's
Soeioty will meet Saturday ovoning
at tho Waikiki residence of Mr. .
Mr. Peter Lee, manager of tho
Volcano House, will not bo respon
sible for any debts without his writ
Decision on Issues of tho "Million
In tho famous cao of the Hawai
ian Commercial and Sugar Company
;s. Tho Waikapu Sugar Company, a
unanimous decisiou of tho Supromo
Court has been rendered, written by
Chief Justico Judd and signed with
him by Justico Bickorton and Cir
cuit Judgo Whiting, tho last named
having by request sat iustoad of
Justice Froar, disqualified from hav
ing beeu of counsel in the case. Tho
decision is on a bill for partition of
land and for an account. Both par
ties agreed that a partition might
bo made, and tho main question for
tho Court was whether an account
of issues or profits should bo order- ' sometimes running
from Bishop & Co.'s bank, met Mr.
Grace nnd tendered him the debt in
full, and no moro win said of it.
Presently Mr. B. F. Dilliughnm,
owner of tho Woodlawu Dairy was
enquiring for tho same individual,
who owed a small debt to that con
This wos not all, either, as a few
minutes before 9 o'clock this morn
ing Honry May & Co. had a warrant
issued for Mr. Wong Hang, tho firm's
books showing that ho was indebted
to them to tho tuno of about $U30.
Matshal Hitchcock thought it was
too late, and tho papers woro not
sorved. This debt was like tho
others, contracted while tho China
man was proprietor of tho restau
rant. Ho had purchased all his
groconos at lionry May iV io.s,
' . .- ! l.!ll f O" Vl
ii 1 1 a uui til ciiai
L 0l !SPECIM,BARfilISS
For This Week Only !
Loads (ho Way I kj
BSO Ifoi't Street, Honolulu.
ed. Tho bill was defended, by leavo I or 800. Very frequently ho pur-
A largo iuvoico of now furuituro
came to Messrs. J. Hopp & Co. bT
tho S. G. Wilder, nnd moro is expect
ed by vessels about duo.
Mr. F. J. Lowroy of Lowers &
Cooko will leave for tho Sound by
tho steamor Miowora to transact im
portant businoss for tho firm.
Tho Weekly Bulletin for this
of tho Court, by George W. Maefar-
lauo, a shareholder in and owning
one-half of tho stock of tho Waika
pu Sugar Co,, the other half being
hold by Clnus Spreckols as trustee
for the plaintiif corporation.
Tho two corporations party to the
caso owned each ono undivided half
of tho land known as the "Waikapu
Commons," containing altogether
15,000 acres. In 18S2 tho Hawaiian
Commercial & Sugar Co. began to
fence in nnd cultivate in sugar cane
part of tho land, continuing until
about 5000 acres was thus reclaiuiod,
this company irrigating tho laud at
its own expense. Mr. W. H. Corn
well, manager and half owner of tho
Waikapu plantation, notified Mr.
Macfarlano his partner in 1832 of
tho cultivation of the common land
by the plaintiff company. Mr. Mac
farlano then applied to Mr. Sproc
kets, principal owner of the H. O. &
S. Co. stock, for a division or settle
ment, and lie anu .Mr. bpreckels
chased S1000 worth of groceries at
the store in a quarter, paying half in
cash and leaving the rest on tho
books. Tho bills woro always sent
to Sam Wo.
Probably a canvass of all the re
tail stores would show that theie aro
other mourning creditors of Wong
WALKED OUT OF COURT.
ttifiitlr n -! iinlifii n miiMf li" tfMl
CUU IS Ullll UUV.MIU l LUIM 1UI JUUI . i 1.1 11 l
friends abroad. It contains a capi- afa'eu " -'" lJ" -." '"" " "
week's happenings. ? surveyor aim asioriawiu it couiu
For San Francisco, per hk Albert, Sept
19 Mis M Utiles, Miss Anna Altmann.
For Hongkong, via Yokohama, per 1' M
B S China, Sept i!) W O Jfxrke, ;Mre Parke
and Jliss l'arko.
For Maui and Hawaii, ppr-stiiir Mika
hala, Sept 10 For Volcano: Simeon Shaw.
F,,r wu) ports: Col Sam Xorrli, Mrt J
Miles. 1. Chong, Mis J P Lino and 4 child
ren, E Lnzaru and w ifo, W A Bailey, T 0
Wills, Miss Qreenuell, Peter Lee and '2
children, T KIIWIi, W Hoy, Miss Kealolm,
J Jurgensen, Miss Doherty, J 'losh, T Ku
halio, and So deck.
The coalin;; of the U. S. S. Boston is still
going on. She will take in about 050 tons
of coal altogel hor. About 250 tons will be
p"t aboard bf hr by to-night.
The barkontine Inucard was being clean
ed this mornirg after the cargo ot guano
was emptied out of her hold, 'J. he services
of Engine Co. N'o. '2 were brought into re
quisition for the purpose.
The bark Albert, Cnpt. Grifliths, willed
this afternoon at half-past 1 o'clock for
San Francisco, among other cargo she took
with her 8532 bags sugar, valued nt $'(2,
224.27. The snippers were the firms of H.
Hackfeld & Co. and M. S. Grinbaum & Co.
The P. M. S. 8. China, Ward, com
mander, sailed for Hoimkong via Yoko
hama at 9 o'clock this morning. She took
no freight from this port, as her outward
manifest showed that she only had 0.2.9
packages which came in transit. For the
returning Chinese 128 passports were is
sued at the Custom House.
THRTJM-HIGHT At Niles. Mich., Sep
tember 2, 193, by the Kev. F.S. Uetun.
Geo. Ernest Thrum to Miss Kobe G.
BRUGTJIERE In Alameda, Oil., Septem
ber 7, 1891, Hose Antoinette, infant
daughter of Camilla J. and Urace E.
tal resume of the1
Tho Tost Otlico despatched a
largo mail by the P. M. S. S. China
to-day for I ho Orient only. It con
sisted of 5375 letters and 112 papers.
Chief Justico J udri and Associate
Justices Bickerton and Frear visited
tho U. S. llagship Philadelphia this
morning and received a salute of
Miss Anna Altmann loft thisaftor
noonbytho bark Albert, for a visit
to tho Coast. ITer many friends
wishes her a pleasant journey and
TREATY WITH CHINA.
Mr. H. F. Glade. Consul for Gor
mauy and Austro-Hungary, paid an
official visit to the U. S. S. Philadel
phia this morning, receiving a ?aluto
of nine guus on retiring.
E. Klommo, bar-keopur at tho
Merchants' Exchange, been found
guilt' of assault and batter' on
Henry Looning in tho District Court
to-day, and sentenced to pay a lino
Owing to tho ball to the naval
visitors, the Hawaiian National
Baud concert, which was to have
been given at Sans Souci this even
ing, is postpoued until Saturday
The Hawaii Holomua has been re
suscitated, but as nn all English
paper. Mr. Abraham Fernandez is
manager, and Mr. Edmund Norrio
editor. Tho paper is printed with
the old Elelo plant.
Bihop MfKiin, wife and family.
of Tokio, were passengers on the
China, accompanied by their niece,
Miss Wallace, daughter of Rev. Geo.
Wallace, formerly or the Anglican
Church in Honolulu.
The coroner's jury havo found
that Aikualnni of E'.va emtio to his
death from being shot by a police
man while resisting arrest upon a
lawfully issued warraut charging
him with tho murder of his wife.
Petition Forwarded by tho Retired
Minister to Washington.
The petition which was hauded to
Tsui Kwo Yin, ex-Chinese Minister
to Washington, was signed by ono
hundred of the most prominent
Chinese merchants in Honolulu. It
simply asks that the Emperor nego
tiate with tho Hawaiian Government
for a treaty between China and Ha
waii, similar to that now enjoyed by
Japan, should the Emperor think
such a step fit. If the Emperor
deotu the matter of sufficient im
portance, which tho merchants think
it is, a special commissioner will bo
here, perhaps inside of three months,
to make a personal survor of Chi
It will be remembered by old resi
dents that King Kalakaua went to
China years ago to negotiate for a
treaty between China and Hawaii,
but just at that time tho Emperor's
grandmother died, and tho matter
Minister Tsui Kwo Yin is said
poor, and is consequently very
economical. He woie a suit of com
mon material, and representatives
Goo Kim and Wong Kwni's Uahy
garments put him in the shade. The
local Chineso spent $.'300 for a lay
out for tho ox-Minister at tho Club
house, but ho did not come. "Wo
eat it all tho same," said a promi
nent Flowery Kingdom lad this
Honolulu Iron Works Busy.
Anyone passing tho erecting shop
of the Honolulu Iron Works on
Queon street will seo many workmen
engaged in handling some heavy
pieces of machinery. Thoro is at
present noarly completed an 8-ton
vacuum pan, 8ft. by 12ft., with iron
staging and columns, for tho Hana
filantatiou. A mill and gearing of
argo dimensions are being con
structed for the Waianno plantation.
There has just been shipped a loco
motive for Pahaln plantation, which
was almost wholly reconstructed iu
its repairing. Air. Young reports a
great rush of repairing jobs, al
though not many orders for new
machinery, for the ensuing grinding
Osaka Tashia, a Japanoso mess
attendant on the U. S. S. Adams,
deserted from that vessel this morn
ing. It is reported that ho stowed
away on tho S. S. China, and by this
time is miles to sea on his way to
tho Orient, in company with a Jap
Sovoral female Chinese passengers
threw strips of paper overboard
from tho S. S. China as the steamer
was moving away this morning. A
Mongolian who was standing on the
dock was asked what tho ceremony
meant. ('Oh, all same keep akua
Tho followinir arrests woro made
by tho police to-day: Four natives
for playing clie la, Jack lor tiling
vulgar and profane language, Pa Ka
Sing for vagrancy, one Chinaman
for assault on a fellow countryman,
and an Insane Asylum guard for
puinmeliiig a relation's wife.
A passport protest win 'netted
from the Custom llouio this after
noon ordering Capt. Griffiths of the
bark Albert to roftiio passage to one
M. McFurlnn. This afternoon, how
ever, the man paid the amount of
indebtedness which caused the issu
ance of the passpmt protest against
Several of the tlirouurh Japanese
passengers on the S. S, China amused
themselves yc1ciday afternoon
taking Piinj-sliotn at tho Govern
ment building.-, and tho P. G. Sen
trios. Of course the guards didn't
poho a little bit to have their
shadows look bravo in the Laud of
tho Rising Sun.
A prominent merchant who has
beeu a strong advocate of annexa
tion to the United Stnto, was hoard
to say this morning, that he did not
approve of any outside uat ion inter
filing with the internal nffuirs of
any country, as did His Excellency
J. L. Stevens, U, ii, Minister Resi
dent, iu the caso of the Hawaiian
be divided. Xuo parties met in
July, 1882, wont over a portion of
tho laud together but came to no
agreement, Mr. Spreckols not ex
pressly declining to divide but dis
missing tho subject when approach
ed by Mr. Macfarlaue, saying "it
was not an easy matter to divide
Tho Court goes exhaustively iuto
the question of whether an ouster
was proved by tho dofondaut coin
pan' as effected against it by tho
plaintiff company. It finds there
was no ouster. Mr. Macfarlane's re
quest for a settlement is not regard
ed as a protest or objection to tho
H. C. & S. Co.'s occupation and use
of the land. Tho appeal is dismiss
ed, and tho decree of the Chief Jus
tice, which orders partition of the
estate but without au account from
either party to tho othor, is affirm
ed. Following is tho syllabus of de
cision: "Whore one of two tenants in
common entered iuto occupation of
not more than his proportion of the
laud owned in common and culti
vated tho same, the othor tenant
also occupving the rest of tho land,
he is not liable to account to tho
otnor tenam lor tue prouts mane
thereupon from his own labor aud
capital, unless there bo shown au
ouster or its equivalent.
"Two tonauts in common of
moieties occupied separate portions
of the common property, not deny
ing each other's title nor asking to
be let iuto tho portion of the land
occupied by tho other; ono tonaut
asked the othor for a settlement of
tho matter but did not desire parti
tion. Held, not sufficient to consti
F. M. Hatch for plaintiff; A. S.
Hartwell, C. L. Carter aud Thurston
& Frear for defendant.
This decision bears upon the
famous million dollar suit brought
by G. W. Macfarlano against the
Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar
- BANKMJPTCV Or DOItDA.
Bafore Judge Cooper the pelitio n
of Antono Borba, bankrupt, Wai
luku, for discharge, came up aud it
was ordered thai the caso be set for
hearing on October 2, that the bank
rupt's presence is required at that
time to secure a discharge, and that
C. Bolto, tho assignee, iilo his elec
tion whether he appears as a cred
itor or as a3sigueo to oppose dis
charge; if tho forinor ho is to file
specifications, if the latter ho is re
stricted to his own statement as to
why ho opposes discharge. C. L.
Caiter appeared for baukrupt, uo
one appearing to contest.
THE IJANNINO CASE.
Thoro woro two cases docketed on
tho calendar iu tho matter of the
Banning estate. The second one
was onlr entered to-dav. boinc ex
ceptions to Judge Whiting's ruling,
previously reported in this paper,
against submitting the facts to a
jury. Chief Justico Judd delivered j
the opinion of the Court orally that
the two appeals could not come bo- j
fore the Court at the same time, and i
as this question of remitting cases '
at Circuit Court chambers to a jury I
was a new ouo, arising out of the I
law or 18U2, tho Court would hear j
argument on the appeal relating to j
tho roforonoo of facts to a jur.
Argument is therefore proceeding
nu this matter. Hartwell and Kin
ney for petitioner-appellant; Hatch
for respondent. i
Action of n Defendant Under Advico
of His Counsel. I
J. P. Bowon, formerly proprietor
of tho billiard saloon ndioiuing the
Pantheon Saloon, was brought be
fore tho District Magistrate this
morning, to answer to tho ehargo of
larcony iu the fourth degree in steal
ing aud curryiug away one pair of
screen doors Valued nt So, the pro-1
porty of H. A. Widemnnn, in Hono- j
lulu, on August 31st. .
C. W. Ashford, who appeared for
defendant, demurred to the charge
as road. Tho warrant stated that
James Dodd was tho complainant.
W. A. Kinney for complaint stated
that the property boionged to H. A.
Widomaun, aud that was why it was
Ashford wanted a sworn affidavit
produced showing that tho property
was Mr. Widetnanii's.
Kinney declined to furnish any
such document, as it was unneces
sary. Amendments can be made to
a charge at any time prior to a deci
sion by tho Court.
Ashford advised his client to re
fuse to plead to tho charge, tapping
him on tho back at tho same time,
and together they walked out of tho
Courtroom. Before leaving Ashford
addressed tho Judge, stating that ho
intended no disrespect to His
As soon as thoy loft t ho room His
Honor ordered tho Court officer to
call dofondaut. Tho ollicor reported
that defendant was not. to be found.
Bail was therefore ordered forfeited.
A bench warrant was issued this
afternoon and Bowen will bo re-arrested
for contempt of Court.
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co.
T4m.bfd, July 21, 180.'.
W. S. PAliMKH, Esq., Engineer of Dis
trict No. 1, So. Pacific Co.
Ijind tint ( the nil requires much ' pig
ment than Inured to make a paint of the re
quisite coierimi ami tpreadhw iuttilie. 100
ins. oi wiiue i e mi win
Nothing for tho Boatman.
Just as tho P. M. S. S. China
swung out from the Pacific Mail
wharf at 9 o'clock this morning
threo European passengers, includ
ing two women, arrived at tho
wharf. After some fuss the' secured
a boat aud woro rowed o or to tho
steamer. The gangway was lowered
and tho passengers wore escorted
aboard by John, tho sailormau. The
passengers were all right, but the
boatman did not got a beau for his
take mi more than 4
to IK uals. of linseed, while in mv lirimint!
coat, 1 get oven better results withy to lu
gallons of l.ucul, and iu my second coat
with 7 to 8 gallons of I.ucol to 100 lbs. of
lead. This means a very material saving
(from one-third to one-half) in tho amount
of pigment necessary to cover a given sur
face. lu my roof color I used less than 100 lbs.
1 of "car paint" (Princes Metallic ground in
j oil) where a roof of this size has always re-
quired 200 lbs. of ear paint witli linseed oil.
1 mixed my roof color witli 18 gallons of
Lueol to the 100 lbs. of pigment and got a
better body of color than I ever got witli
, lc-s than one-half that number ot gallons
i of linseed. 1 give you simply tho facts but
1 cannot understand or explain them.
1 The drying qualities of the new oil are
perfect. The piimiuij voat witli white lead,
dried strong and hind inside of 24 hours.
, The lir-,t co.il for sand took the sand frenlj ,
firmly aud in larger quantity than linseed
aud dried hard inside of 2l hours. The
second coat of body color and trimming
i dried thoroughly without tack insido of 24
j hours. It covered perfectly and dried witli
a fine smooth suriacc entirely free from
j wrinkles and blisters, and bore out reuiark-
' ably well so us to develop u fine lustre, giv
ing mucii neucr looKing results man i
have ever gotten with two coats of linseed
on new wood. The car paint spread on the
roof was mixed witli raw I.ucol and dried
perfectly in 21 hours, rsotwithstaiidin
that onlv one-half tho usual amount
color was used, the paint covered perfectly
una uiu not run. i lie second coat oi sauu
filled up solidly, taking up a larger quan
tity of sand more evenly than I Lave ever
gotten on to linseed.
The I.ucol has efTected a saving of 215
lbs. of pigment or nearly one-third of the
amount usually required for a building of
With respect to the general appearance
of the finished work, I must eontess that I
never saw its equal in two coat work witli
linseed, and if the oil wears as well at
Tuncred as it has worn witii the Master
Car Painter, Mr. Kitch, at Sauianiento,
there ei'n be uo qucition about the SUPi;.
KlUlUTY uf l.ucul oi rr I iincci, tie n at the
mme price tiei gallon, in ECONOMY, HOOD
I.OOKh nmf iii D17HAIJII.ITY.
SIijued V. 11. MEl.U'H,
l'oreman Painter, Southern Pacific fo.
Ready Made Ladies' Blouse Waists I
Just the Thing for Warm Weather.
Fine White Lawn Waists, ruffled front for $ 1
Colored Percale Waists, with belt for 1
Colored Lawn Waists, with in-lt for 1
Colored Lawn Waists, with belt and latest style rip
ple Cape for 2
Colored and black India Silk Waists, very line qual
ity for (3
SSCS Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
iii lit i ti
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
IsL. 3- LEVY
A pound notico appears iu today's
THK WKEKLY BULLETIN 2fi COL
uinns of Intrusting UwiditiR Mutter.
FlQ...ln f.f. -nMo1 Is. fsri.. ntn.iirlou f
TO THE PUBLIC!
LOOK OUT FOR A GRAXD MERCHANDISE
CLEARANCE SALE WIITCII WILL COMMENCE
ON SATURDAY NEXT.
EVERYTHING MUST GO.
Robinsoii Block, Hotel Stroot, opiio. Bothal Street
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AS KXTKSMIVK ANMIKCMKNT OK
j?V ' r '?" '
&fmmm Etc" Etc-
J. HOPP &. CO.
Beautiful - Articles - in - Antique - Oak
RAN AWAY FEOM DEBTS.
Rich Ohinrtman Lortvoa
Creditors in tho Lurch.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO BKCXISD-HAND OK lA.MA'li'.II GOODS KEIT O.V HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
IJKLi. TKl.KI'HONK 5ffi. -i T" Ml'TUAI. TELEPHONE ia
I'HAllth, Etc., Etc
Honry 0, Mo of Vitriuonl lius
boon appointed Chief ilutitin) of
Samoa in pluuo uf Jliiron CVdur
cranU, robiia'd, uud will t' to bib
post iu October.
Knr a l.'iuid li.'u-k or fur i pain in
tlui xiiiit or I'liiHt. trv Mitiiratinu n
liiuo of lldiuiol with UhainborljiitiV 1 lulu Dairy, tu
I'aiu Halm and iiuulniff it onto lln
utlVctod parlH. This tiwutiunil will
mini any ordinary riM iu onn or two
ilajs. J'aiu lialin alhii isiuiH rliouiu
atlHin. T0 finit hot tins fur Halo ly
all dmilnrH. IIhukoii, Smith & Co..
anm for tho Hawaiian Inland.
Among tho outgoing passongorfl
by tho P. M. S. S. China to-day for
tho Oriont was a Ohinuso morehaut
said to bo worth $10,000, nainod
Wong Hang. Wong Ifang forniorly
ran tho restaurant adjoining tho
Pant boon St(ihli.i on Hotol .stroot
umlor tho uamo of tho Sam Wo ros
Inurant. Tho rosdauraut was shut
down a fow days ago and Wong
Hung niado privato projiarations for
his return to China. Tho faul that
Wong Hang anticipated rolurniug
to China canto to tho cai.i of Mr.
J no. Orat'i), manager of tho Hono-
wlioin I no moriMiaui
i.i . . . a. f f"n r ill.
uieu i no amount oi ?'v tor mini,
ciiiitiaeted whilo ho was running tho
rontniiruiit. Yfntorday .Mr. (Jraco
oausud a warrant to bo issued to slop
Wong Hang's passport. Tho China
man, howovur, who hud only u fow
days ptovloub drawn S3000 iu fold
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Great Variety of Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles & High Cualrs,
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lVEattiiae Laid al Shortest KJ'ottoe.
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