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SATURDAY, JULY 28, IHW
Circuit Court, Fourth Circuit, July
Tnn, Honokaa, Hamakua, Ha
Wtdneiday morning, July 4, 1894.
Court wu opened by Deputy Sheriff
Moanauli at 9 a.tn. The following
order wu read by the Clerk:
By virtue of the authority in me
rested by Section 46 of an Act en
titled "An Act to Re-organize the
Judiciary Department," approved
the 25th day of November. A. D.
1892, and deeming it essential lo the
promotion of Justice, I do hereby
order that the regular term of the
Fourth Circuit Court, to be held at
Honokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii, oa the
first Wednesday of July, 1891, be
and is hereby postponed to and un
til Wednesday. July 11th, 1891.
Witness my hand and the seal of
the said Court at Hilo, Hawaii, this
2nd day of July, 1894.
S. L. Austin,
Circuit Judge, Kourth Circuit.
Daniel Porter, Clerk.
In accordance with the above or
der Court was adjourned by Deputy
Sheriff Moanauli until Wednesday,
the 11th day of July, 10 a.m
Wtdnfday morning, July 11th, t8i)4.
Court was opened by Sheriff Goo.
William. Those present were His
Hoaor S. L. Austin, Justice presid
ing; O. K Wilder, Deputy Attorney
General: S. K. Kane, H. L. Holstein,
Hawaiian jury panel called, 22 an
swer to their names; two absent,
Hoopii dead. Keliikanakaole sick.
His Honor addresses the Jury as to
taking the oath to the Republic of
Hawaii, and gives them one hour's
time to consider the matter. The
jury return into Court at 10 a m ,
and with oue exception (Kahikiua)
refuse to take the oath. Thuy are
then discharged for the term.
HAWAIIAN CRIMINAL CASKS.
Republio of Hawaii vs. Enoka,
common drunkard. Appeal from
Police Court S. Hilo. 5. K. Kane
for defendaut. Continued to Jan
uarv term, Hilo.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Lma (k),
forgery. Commitment from Police
Court S. Hilo. Deputy Attorney
General declines to prosecute.
Republic of Hawaii vs. KaUeiau
(k), larcouy 3d dugree. Appeal from
District Court N Ullo. S. K. Kaue
for defendant. Continued to Janu
ary term. Hilo.
Republic of Hawaii vs. D. W. Ka
eha and Kekahuna (k), Sshiuit with
explosives. Appeal from District
Court, Puna. D W. Kaeha with
draws appeal and pays fine and
costs. Kaue for defendant. Con
linuod to January term.
The Deputy Attorney General on
liehalf if the Govornutuut states that
he will continue all the Hawaiian
cases until the January term, Hilo.
S. K. Kaue for defendants second
the motion. Cuyrt order all Hd
waiian cases continued lo January
term, Hilo, 1895.
S. K. Kaa, attorney for Kaheiau
(k), charged with larceny 3d degroe,
asks the Court that defendant be al
lowed to go on bail. The Court
grants tho request, bail fixed at $100
for appearance at tho January term,
mUElUN CRIMINAL CASKS.
public of Hawaii vs. Kalsoo (k),
Jan. rape. Commitment from Dis
iricl Court, Puna. 11. I,. Holstein
for defeudaut. The Deputy Attor
ney General decliuos to prosvuU.
Republic of Hawaii vs. A. Chalm
ers, assault ami battery. Appeal
from Hilo Police Court. Nolle pros,
Republic of Hawaii vs. Ah Ling,
Choug Tai aud Young Yet. Gam
ing. Appeal from District Court,
Honokaa, Hamakua. Deputy At
torney General enters a uol. pros.
H. L. Holstein sworn as Hawaiian
interpreter for the term.
Mrs. K. Mauuhoa v. D. K. Manu
boa, libel for divorce. Decree grant
ed on grounds of extreme cruelty.
8. K. Kane for petitioner.
At 3 p. n. Court was adjourned by
Sheriff Williams until Thursday
morning. July 12, at 9.
Thuriday morning, July 12, 1894.
Court opens at 10 a. m. Foreign
jury called. All present. With one
exception, B. Lincoln, jurymeu take
the oath to support the Republic of
Republio of Hawaii vs. Jose M.
Mederio, Portuguese, selling spritu
ous liquor without a license. Ap
peal from District Court, Honokaa.
Verdict of guilty, 3 dissenting.
Counsel excepts to the verdict aud
gives notice of a motion for a uew
trial. Holstein and William for de
fendant. At 4:25 p. m. Court was adjourned
hv Sheriff Williams until 9 o'clock
Friday moraiug, July 18.
Friday morning, July LI, 1891,
Court opens as usual'.
V. V. Ashford arrives per Claudinn.
The Deputy Attorney General
asks that sentence be passed upon
Jose M. Medorio, convicted of sell
ing liquor without a license. The
Court sentences the defeudaut to pay
a tine of 1100 and costs S25.75.
Republio of Hawaii vs. Ah Sam
alias Lam Tim, rape. Commitment
from Police Court S. Hilo. The
jury return a verdict of not guilty,
one dissenting. V V, Ashford for
Republio of Hawaii vs. Sumiraoto
(Jap), larceny M degree. Appeal
from S. Hilo. Defendant has uo
counsel. Jury render a verdict of
guilty. Court senteuces the defend
ant to pay a fine of 5, with impri
sonment al hard labor for six months
aud pay costs 123.75,
Court was adjourned at 4:30 p, in.
by Sheriff Williams until Saturday
morning at 9 a. in.
Saturday murning, July 14, 1804
The Deputy Attorney-General pre
sents au indiotment, Republic of
Hawaii vs. Keifino Aires alias Francis
Alrez. Commitment from Police
Court, S. Hilo, for au assault on a
female child under the age of ten
years. The defendaut pleads not
guilty to the eharge. V. V. Aihford
tat defense. Counsel says he has
ust been retained as attorney, and
Asks that he have a few moments to
talk with his client; grauted. De
fendaut withdraws his plea of not
guilty and pleads guilty to the charge.
Court there upon sentenced the de
fendant to ituurisoiimeut at hard
labor for the term of two years, and
pay a fine of To, and costs of Court
Republic of Hawaii vs. Joan Viera
(Port.), receiving stolen (roods. A
Deal from Police Court. S. Hilo
V. Ashford for defendant. Verdict
of not guilty, 2 dissenting.
Court was adjourned at 4:50 until
Monday morning, 9 a. tn.
Monday, Julu 10, 1894 Republic
of Hawaii vs. Jacintho de Rego, per
jury, 2d degreo. V. V. Ashford for
defeudaut. Commitment from Police
Court, 8. Hilo. indictment read to
which the defendaut pleads not
guilty. Counsel for defendant ob
jects to the indictment aud says that
It does not correspond with the re
cord of the lower court; that it is
not the same case; aud moves that
it be quashed.
Deputy Attorney-General held
that under the Constitution all at
torneys must take the oath to the
Republic before being allowed to
practice in the courts, and asks that
Mr. Ashford, defendant's counsel, be
askwl if he has taken it. Court al
lowed Mr. Ashford to so on with
the case at this late hour, as the
Deputy Attorney-General did not
mention the fact at the opeuing of
the Court. Court thinks the indiot
ment correct aud orders the case to
go on. exception noU'U uv ueieaa
ant. aud allowed. W. R. Castle as
sisting the prosecution, not being
present, the Deputy Attorney.
General asks that the caso be con
tinued to January term, Hilo. De
fendant objects. Counsel for de
fendant then moves that the case be
dismissed for want of prosecution.
Court orders the motion put in writ
ing. The motion of defendant's
counsel is grauted aud tho defend
ant is discharged.
Antouo G. Serrao vs. J. G. Serrao,
damages. W. R. Castle for plain
tiff; V. V. Ashford for defendant.
Deputy Attornev-Genoral G. Wild
er, on behalf of YV. R. Castle, plain
tiff's counsel, asks that tho case be
continued to the January term,
Hilo, 1895. on accouut of tho all
senco of . R. Castle.
Couusel for defendant asks that
couls be paid for witness fees in
coming from Hilo. Court grants
the request. Court orders the case
continued to January term, Hilo,
Republio of Hawaii vs. Atai (k.)
Ch., perjury ' degree. Commit
ment from Police Court, S. Hilo. F.
M. Wakefield for dnfondanl. Coun
sel waives the reading of the iudicl
inent. Defendant plead not guilty.
A verdict of guilty, three dissent
ing. Counsel for defendant, nlrr
Or Jury hnd rtiirtd, notes exceptions
to the verdict as contrary lo the
law and evidence, and gives notice
of a motion for a uew trial, aud on
further grounds that tho defeudaut
left the courtroom during the trial
Motion denied br tho Court.
Republic of ffawaii vs. Ah Sing
(k.) Ch., perjurv 2nd degree. Com
mitment from Police Court, S. Hilo.
F. M. Wakefi.-ld for dofeudaut.
Counsel asks that the case be con
tiuuod to the January term, Hilo.
1895, and that the bail lie reduced to
a nominal amount. Deputy Attor
ney General agrees to tho continu
ance. Bail bond, $150.
Twtday, July Wh, 1894 -The
Deputy Attoruey General moves
that sentence be passed upon Ah
Tai, convicted of perjury 2ud de
Counsel for defendant mores that
sentence be postponed uutil arrival
at Hilo, where appeal can be per
fected. Motion denied.
Court scuteuced the defendant- Ah
Tai to imprisonment nt hard labor
for the term of two years aud six
months and the costs of court, 22.70.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Ah Chip
(k.) Ch., selling spirituous liquor
without a license. Appeal from Dis
trict Court, liamakua. Ulias. wu
I lams and H. L. Holstein for de
fendant. Verdict of not guilty, three
r .! n T IJ
Saturday, July Hit, 1894.
There is a hole out near the
government quarry at Kamo
iliili containing an inexhausti
ble supply of pure sparkling
fluid, sufficient to meet the de
mands of all Honolulu. The
water has recently been ana
lyed and shows
O. P. 8. . .
Personally Conducted Excursion to the
Volcano now being Organized
by Frank L. Hoogs.
tnr Leaving on the Next Trip of the S. S. "Kinau,"
FRIDAY. August 3d, Returning to Port on SATUR
DAY, August 11th.
Nawailau vs. Mekala, libel for di
vorce. None of the parties being
preseut aud the attorney being sick
the case is put over to the January
term at Hilo, 1895. D. H. Hitchcock
Akoi (wj vs. Ken Kau, Chinaman,
libel for divorce. Stipulations filed
for continuance to January term,
1895, S K. Kane for petitioner; D.
H. Hitchcock for libellee
In the matter of the estate of T.
K. Mokuola of liamakua, Hawaii,
deceased intestate. Petition for
appointment of administrator. None
of the parties interested being pres
ent tne case is continued uutil me
next term. C. Williams for peti
lu the matter of the estate of
Albert Wailehua Haalilio, of Wat
pio, Hatuakua, Hawaii, deceased in
testate. Charles Williams is ap
pointed administrator, to filo in
ventory and approved bonds iu the
sum of S2500 within thirty days.
Holstein for petitioner.
Iu the matter of the estate of
John R. Evaus of Houokaa, liama
kua, Hawaii, deceased. Probate of
will granted. James Driscoll is ap
pointed executor. Inventory to be
riled within thirty days, to give
Ixiuds in the sum of $ 1800, aud to
advertise notice to creditors of the
Iu the matter of the estate of Kua
of Kaiwilahilahi, N. Hilo, Hawaii,
deceased. Will admit ted to probate.
Court grants letters testamentary
to Jas. Matoou aud Kahee, to file
worn inventory within thirty days.
To give bond of $200 each.
Total expenses of term $ttO.').25.
I.e Tong, the Chinese hackman,
charged with assault and battery on
Gldeou West, was found guilty in
the District Court to-day. The evi
dence of both complainant and de
fendant was a corroboration of tho
report published in yesterday's Hut.
litim. a Tong nuted an appeal
from a flue of S25,
It will be seen at a glance that
this is a much higher grade of
water than we are now getting
from either Nuuanu or Makiki,
and we believe the government
could take no wiser course than
to run pipes from the pool to
the city mains only a mile dis
tant. A pumping plant at the
spring would force the water
in all directions between Ka
lihi and VVaikiki, and the ex
pense would be insignificant
compared with the benefits de
rived by the public.
If this is a charitable govern
ment it will be done if for no
other reason than to relieve
the Superintendent of the Wa
ter Works of the severe men
tai strain caused by his attempt
to figure out a way to give the
people more water and less
earth. An abundance of water
might also have an effect upon
the rose bugs in so far as it
might drown the larva- which
may be found around the roots
of the bushes. We are mak
ing these stmirestions without
consulting the owner of the
water, but we believe it will
meet with his approval, as he is
a man with philanthropic mo
tives. For a consideration we be
lieve he can be approached
and an arrangement entered
into whereby all water difficul
ties could be obviated. Some
time would, of course, be ne
cessary to complete the plant
and means should be deviurd
to supply individuals with what
ever water they wish. We
have tried everything from a
straw to a Corliss Engine in
lifting fluids but nothing works
better, or can be run with less
expense than an Armotor.
You just erect the mill and
give it a dose of oil occasion
ally and let her pump. We
have small ones that will ans
wer admirably for irrigating
lots up to five acres; we have
others that will pump ten thou
sand gallons of water an hour,
sumcient to irngate a rice
The "Pansy" is king of all
iron cook stoves. For good
baking and little fuel there is
no other like it We could
figure up where we have sold
a couple of thousand of these
stoves but cannot find a single
complaint Irom our customers.
You can get other stoves, lots
of them, but what's the use of
investing your money in an
article you know nothing
about A stove is something
you have to live with three
hundred and sixty-five days in
the year, and it's something
you want to be on pretty good
terms with You can't be if it
will not bake or if it burns too
much coal; if the upper crust
on your pie or cake is burnt
to a crisp aim tne lower one
under done some one is going
to kick and it won't be the
Our stock of cheap lamps
mentioned last week is worth
looking into. We have opened
all of the casks and put some
of the goods where they can
be seen by the people. When
once examined they are as
good as gone because they
are cheap In these times when
people's imagination drifts to
ward poverty low priced goods
are needed. We have other
lamps to suit the masses not
afflicted with flattened purses.
We have them for both classes
here because we cater to the
public, irrespective of party,
creed or present condition of
There are a great mnuy people in Honolulu who require a vacation iu
order to get away from business and other cares that infest this work-a-day
life. For their benefit it may be montioned that a Select Excursion is
now being organized to visit the domains of Madame Pele, sometimes
known as tho Volcano of Kilauea. It doesn't make any difference if thoy
have been there before, because if they have, they will readily admit that
the crater is constantly changing and with each change renewed interest
is awakened. Hon. L. A. Thurston gave n description of the Volcano's
latest mood, and if you have not read it do so at once and then walk as far
as Wilder' Steamship OrrtCE and purchase a Ticket for the Excursion
leaviug here on FRIDAY, August fid. To people who do not require a
vacation tlmv must make tne t rip any way if only to say that thoy have
seeu the World's Greatest Wonder. It is certainly embarrassing for peo
ple who have lived iu this country for years to give a negative response
when asked if they have seen the Volcano. Thoy may have had some ex
cuse in the past for their seeming indifference because it required more or
less exertion to roach the crater, but now they can ride iu a carriage to
the door of tho Volcano House. The crater is very active now, it may not
remain so very long, so join the Excursion Party aud see a sight 'that
strangers travel thousands of miles to see. The cost of the trip will bo
FIFTY (150) DOLLARS, which includes everything. 109S-71
RDWAY ,k PORTER. Leading Furniture Dealers
f the Hawaiian Islauds.
From a WgG and varied stock the undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following :
Coinpriping California llav. Barley, Rolled Hurley, Bran,
Middling, Oats, Corn.
JTCfl?" I" addition to our UHiial stock of Uiohc wi niv now
carrying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
These arc each possessed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
Royal and " Cleveland " Baking Powders I
Nn. I mwayk
M. 10k IMf iml
KlIIWlHrM-. ItV Hi l.n.
obinson HWk, let weeu Fort and Nunann,
gov nauu siue oi noiei street Koing wesv.
Irecl importers of
irt cheap for cash.
We have on hand
leker Ware, Sofa, Hocking Chairs,
ill you call and price these goods.
nythiug you want iu Dining-nxtm Furniture,
n)tuiug you wanl in bedroom Furniture.
KnsllMi Pslrr i ! "
HAM, HAVON, OHht.NH
SA Lit OS
tlants slut Hilt Hai"-i
''IMotK-r,' Knlicvf tn ltn ii1 tmr.
A rlmlrf vri-t, nf iM.nn nihiiiir
J T Mxrtou'a Knifltab Orucarl,
04 A KUukWiiU'a KiigUaa GrocerlM.
I.ibur. McNoll ft Libby's Oanuxd ttu.
Rtckardaou A Hobblu's OkiiumI
on can also b supplied with Cribs and Cradles,
on will find a complete stock to select from.
lid al prices to iuil the poorest
uell as the richest purchaser.
o Iioiiih I ciiuipMe without Mattresses,
o house iu Honolulu Mills these goods cheaper than we do
on't you need some Live Geont Feathers u S'lk Flusst They make
and) I'll low o aud Cushions.
I1. Thlf m1 !-
MA VGA RON I
7K aiM 10 Iti feu"
A tr .n-l,
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
LAKUK 8TOOKS OK
Plnmnlion Supplies, QardwaiB. Dry Go,
Firiitm, Bit, Eft,
st With ON
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
rutty iiidou Mi.iil iu all colora and sizs.
tins lor your window in Wixmi or urass I ritunilus
"Stack Chief," 13,444.
right, k.2. weight, 1,300. visitors, Picuic Parlies, Luaos
f cimrie w iiiiiM nol foricl to intuition
ur IiiiImiiiu Caned Iblroiui Sets iu Solid (.Ink
epniring nl reasonable rales.
ecovertug oi upiiolMereil I'lirinliire a specially
rv our k.nv ('hairs Iv.lori. Iiiivmis HliteivliwrH
allies of all sizes with Chairs aud Sideboard to match.
very body knows wh make a feature of lulerior Decorating,
erylxxly knows Mr Geo. Ordway who makes this a speciul feature.
as the cheapest house iu Honolulu,
Promptness aud Dispatch is our motto.
Bki.i. 5'2f TKLEPBONE8 Mutual 46
Cut Prices !
ALL COT PRICES MET
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HH'i'lally kiilrrtiit for thin l.'umilry. '
iiiK the Mirvlco. uf u htulllun -hoiiKI nut I
lull to examine tlili U'liullful anliunl. Kit
IndlvKlnalln he Iih no peer In thc I hi- ,
miuIh. Ilia dirt, rulor, roiilonnatlon, dla- j
Hnltlun, (tilt- lui-tttllliK mill kiiitfrh trntlliiK
ijualiilfs place him In the turvinoKt ranks.
far I'ayahle at time of irt vice. Ite
tnrn privileges Kruntetl, Information fur-
niiheit. aimlv to
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Vcbrlntirv Inllrumrv.'Jl'i Klllust .tlono-
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At Smith' h lius and Livkuv
Staih.ks, Kino 6tiikkt,
lAiljolntiiK Metmpolltnu Mrst M-rWrt.l
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Is tho Olirnpht rittor In Town yon i-au
cct HuM-k, WnKOUttliK, HuKKieti auJ
Hsilillu 1 1 one-. It will pay yea to call
ami nee before you trv elewliero.
i .t-Cvitual Xaleplxoia -0.OO. -"
WIELAND EXTRA - PAL.E
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
rlthoul mv wrlttnii nrtlnr.
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'PUKKK MOKi.Y FI'll
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klkl on die bt-acli. 'JYnus
Virv rfudoiiublu. Aunlvat
'temple of Kanlilon, Kort klreet. lOiltl
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
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Benson, Smith & Co.'s,
Oorner Fort So "FTot! Sts
HZOXjI-iISTEjK. Sb CO.
I lave inndi' uiiitlur l.ure Importution of
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UmU street, 15
wulk (loin 1'ost
lor sinule ""-
uu uuru- j
in In lit en' l
allien. Aildrens "U.,
SSI r ?laaS
I WAIKIKI ONTHK
.V lli'ucb, I'oiiifortalili'
luariern for nif or two Hln
ulr (lentloiiiDii: board on-
tlonal; hntliluK InollltluH kimiJ.
l(lh-lt IIUI.I.KTIN omilK.
Itiands of I. A
Hawaiiu Hariwirt Co., L'd
OpiMMltM HprriU' Hloel
Ltai'KO AMaortxnent of Shapes aud Sizoti
For SMle in Bond or Duty Paid Cor, Fort I Merchant StreU
Fine House and Lot
'PHK UNIIKKHIONKI) OKKKKH Knit
1 bale that Kino lloiii''l'ncl mi (lie
inuiikn flilc of Itiirrlnnta trret, HH fci-t
it cf I'mikiii'ii n klri"l The bit litis s
front of inn fit Mild mli'ptli of I Illicit, A
flood Unfiling lloiike In itnod reinlri run
taliu 1'urlnr, DlnliiK-riKiin Kltuiiiui, I'un
trv, llfdriMiin, llioh nd Wutr tlloit and
Hit olllri'iui lliu luwitr lloor wtli l'our(li) id
llHlrouiiiH on Mi, oml lloor TIiitc Ih a nil
laiiilul lUrn, I'oiiluliniin TwoHlalU, rmini
(or tui rurrluK1', V(mI rilicd and Her
vanta' Kimiiii, u HtTVaiilk' W U, and Two
(loml Cfus-iMKiU. Kurthsr iiartlunlsm of
W. It. 0lU. or of
llisft tl N K HIIKORHI
. i 1.1. t'KHBONH INTKN1MNU
1 IX take nukfaits ou Hleamurs of ibe
liiter-lBland Sti'am Navigation Co., from
Honolulu, are hereby requeated .to oar
I rhste iluketa at the Wharf Office of the
Company before embarkhiK, and any pn
(tenner fulling lo do an shall be subject to
pay 2o percent of the regular far iu addl-
1 tlun thereto, This rule will be utrlrtly en
forred from and after the Iht day of Auguat
proximo. W. H. IIODKKBV.
, W II. Mi'Uah. Beo'y. Prrsldeut.
1 Hnnollllll llllv 17 11 IIDCVTw
1.-MIO.M THIS DATK, U. K IIUK
KAOKKIt In alone amhorlied to draw
Ilrafts or to give orders for Meruhandike
or Hupplles on behalf of the Hawaii
COMMKUI'IAL ii Sl'UAB CoMfANf.
I Hi: HAWAIIAN C'OMMKUI'IAI. A
(1. A. Bl'SKCKKU,
lulv in lH I'W Un
OO TO THE ANOHOB SALOON.
Wl I.I.I AM UUNNINIUIAM, MAN
sue r of the Anchor Haloou, U keep
liiK up with tin tlm-a At tlie Anuhnr you
vim "wet your eyo' with an ()ymr Cook
lull and wanli it down with a Frederick--lierK
llfHr Oyater ('ooktalln a spwdalty.
htnetnuw ornipled by Mr.
J. II Wodchoiue, Jr Pol-
kukkinn ulyeu on AukuiI tat
partiuuiari apply to
K. 0. KOWE,
IWi I King ilrtkH.