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MONDAY, AUG. 27, IH'.M
for (lcft'iulaiilR mmarnMv.
for tho discovery
Mloworn Wages Cnao Foreign
Jury at Work.
In Tlios. Nott vs. A. MVDow.ill,
W. P. Wilson aud A. Cuukbiiru, titu
plaintiff in person on Uh21(1i tiloil
a withdrawal of his appeal from tho
i fi bill in 'nn'uy
of properly, and for nn onlor for
tho sale of property. Flnintiff avers
that ho advanced $3240 to tho de
fendints for operating a plantation
on Molokai, $3000 of which was
secured ly mortgago and the hal
ance Doing given ou a uoio. m uen
inakiug the mortgago defondants
declared it covered ill tho properly
they owned. The sugar mill at Ka
nialo burned down, making all the
growing sugarcane worthless. On
the salo by foreclosure of the mort
gaged property it was sola to tiarry
judgment of the District Court. It I Armitage, tho only bidder, for $300.
was an assumpsit suit for $("m, for j Plaintiff claims that 1000 is still
wAffns for work dotie in trymc to
float the steamship Miowera in
October last. In tho lower court it
had been agreed to take tho evi
dence as given in tho case of V.
Diion vs. Atthur MoDowall anil
othors, aud the judgment in thi
was for plaintiff against McDowall,
but in favor of tho dofeiulant Wil
son. Acting on tho evidence in the
ease in question, tho District Court
rendered judgment for tho defend'
ants in Notts suit, and from tins
plaintiff made tuo appeal now witn i
This morning W. A. Kinney, at
torney for plaintiff, filed u motion
that plaintiff b not allowed to dis
continue th case, and that it pro
ceed to trial. In support of his
motion ho presents an affidavit,
which alletres that the suit of Nott
was intended ns a test cao in behalf
of other mechanics and lab'rers
who wero employed in trying to lloat
the steamer, that they being poor
tho attorney had incurred tho costs
thus far without having received
any deposit or fee, only stipulating
for 25 percent of tho amount if
successful, aud that in his belief
the defendants had bought off the
plaintiff, with tho object of wearing
out and defeating tho oilier claim
ants. John Ross vs. C. W. Macfarlane,
damage, ramo on for trial, before
Judge Whiting this morning, by
tho following jury: S. B ltoso, J.M.
Traey, W. O. King, J C. Clmior, 11.
C. James, W. W. Hall, 11. J. N'olte,
H. Lowis, J. W. Preston, J. T.
Waterhouso, Jr., W. II. Wilkinson
and J. Alex. Lvlo. llnrtwell for
plaintiff C. V. Ashford for defend
ant. The suit is on account of trees
cut down on a lot at Kapiolaui
Tho case went to the jury at 2:10
this afternoon. As the J udu'o bowed
the jurors out of tho box, Mr. Nolle,
said tho laws of tho Park Asociv
tion did not allow anybody to have
a lease without holding stock in the
Association. lie added thatuoovi
denco had been heard as to whether
either Boss or Macfarlane held
stock, aud wanted to know if either
of them had any right to damages
Mr. Hart well
owing to him. Ho declares that do
fondant Walhiuano is owner of a
valuablo property at tho west corner
of King and Punchbowl streets, Ho
nolulu, and aks that this bo de
clared covered by the mortgage in
i nucMfnu and lliat it Do oruereu foiu
in atlfaetion of the claim.
Pilipe Lopez vs. Antonio Cuelho.
asmnp'it, was called when tho jury
in tuo damage cao retired, i uo
, following jury was accepted with
i out any challenge: G. P. Uasllo. C.
H. Atherton, John Lucas, N. Gedge,
K. Hutaee. C. M. Cooke. G. Grail,
l- W. MoChoMiov, B. F. Dil'ingham,
J. J. Sullivau, W. M. V. Forslor and
W. C. Wilder. Magoon for plaintiff;
Dividsoii for defendant.
Tho Woodlawn Dairy Company
anil 11. K Cooper have entered a
bill in equity against a number of
natives, praying for a partition of a
large aud valuable tract of land in
Manoa. Magoon for plaintiffs.
By Jan. F. Morgan.
Rare Ferns and Palms
On WEDNESDAY, Aug. 20
AT to O'CLOCK A. !..
A' !h KcMonv i( M vjoii J. II. WO 1)1
1IOUSK, Itli'htinls tct. lu'Jilitliiit the
lliiwulltn Hotel. I will toll nt I'ubllc Alio
tluti, n Choice ntnl line ijol i(
FERNS, PALMS, ETC.
observed that the
iurr need not
outside oi mo evidence.
Mr. Ashford remarked smilluirly
that if Captain Boas had uo right to
tho laud he should not receive dam
ages. Th Court ruled that tho jury
should not tako account of an thing
that was not before it in evidence,
aud uo advantage hliould bo taken
of any private knowledge in posses
sion of a luror.
At 2:18 tint jury returned a verdict
for plaintiff with $10 damage. Mr.
Ashford gave notice of motion for a
Judge Whiting has appointed J.
Newa Kauaulu as guardian of Ka
ma! and Papalinn, minors, in place
of Kaaihue, reaigued.
Judge Cooper on .Saturday heard
demurrer of defendants in Jamo. 15
Castle vs. David Lnknna aud L. B.
Walhiuano, taking the matter under
consideration. W. B. Catlo for
plaintiff; J. M Poepoe and W. C.
By Lowla J. Lovoy.
BInrtgagoo'a Notice of Intention
Foreclose and of Salo.
Household :- Furniture
rvrtci: is nr.iiKMY oivkn that
ii by v,nunol a (Niucrot hIcuiuuImiI
inn t'ltn-u inert utoiliitiil the Irlilny ul
Alltst, A I KsV liinilnliv KKKUt'U w,
othorwi'C khewii in Kt'l'U w, of talc,
Keolnulot, Nl'inl of Culm, tc James K.
Melt Jr., of Honolulu, In talil Islntut of
Unhil, Mi-oMivl In theollli-uef ill Ki-kid-irarof
C iiVe-julici-n, In l.lber 17, fullns If
unit Ml, Mill ii " nii'i) !)' li- fulil JniiK'ri It.
Unit, Jr., o A J. ('Hriwrlidit (now ilc
lljiftl). MM lllMI'COf tllO I'WlltuI It W.
Hull i-i-f 'iI.Im nidtfiiiii'iitilit lmI Miiri-li
I, li7 ami ru-iirli'il In dm oiilconf tie
u il Wfi rl-nr In I llx-r lit', luting III nil J I).',
limn-UJitv.-rluht, Iruiticel the llnluto of
It. V lluil, iutf of hiM Hnim.tilu, li
ci-im-, lutili In te fnrccl'iM M'il iiKrU'M
fir n lir m-li o' th cniltuiif la nil mort-pip-t-euiiiliii-il,
to Mitt lit iiuu-.iynicut
n( ImiiIi thu principal unit tntururt when
.Ntili- li 1mj hiTi-hy (,'lvi-u, tlmt all niul
ii; I ir i lie hind-, ti-iiumciiti ninl lieu
Ii iiiiiftit In f ril iiinrtKiiKii i-niuiiluril iiihl
.'! rrll'O I will Im.- mill ill jiillilln niluilun ill
then it-tlon muni nf Juiiich 1". Moruii en
Oif-ii Mrvi't. in i-:iM liuliu'illil. en U'l'.ll
MDY. t'ie '.iliiU. nf Augutt, A 1).
Is il, m l.' u t'liH'i: iiuiiii i,i (in,i ii:iy.
I lit- .rtiTt) In mill niiirlKJK1' I tltlin
lU'MTlllllI, vli l
All iIiubo twot'i-rtiilii nlci'uKor nrci'liof
hint -il tuttf In Knln.i, in III" IxIkiii off
I. ..I K.ll II 1 1.1 L ....... I
IIIIH1U. IIIIV IH P.llll IIIIIIIIUII l-IIIIIIIP Villi-
tuinliiK in til tin iik-'i of iiai-n-. I miht anil
17 r.lut, anil Ii- litis die hiliif proinlio
ili'M-riix'il In Uiil I'iitunt No ion) IjiihI
i uii.intiioii Auiinl .No .IKJt to J II. I'm'-
Trui'io nl tin- ii-liiU-if It. . Holt,
ili-i iii-iiI. M.-rtj;h(;i'P
Ti-rin I uli. liiciUal c.xikmuo of pur-I'hu-cr.
ICU For fnrt'iiT I'liilli'iilnri niily to
J. M. MiiN'Mtiar,
Auorm-.x fur Morinuni'.
D.itt-il lloimlllil. Auk 4, 1MH.
iT- Tho lo of the above iroperty un-iii-r
fnri'i-loi ;ri- U iU!itKiiitit until w Kl
Slirtl) Y, r-iiti-iiilwr0, lb.il, nt th mine
lllii" mi 1 ilin:e. Ul'J-ll
I m liiktriicli-il liy Ma t!. O. NA'.
YAMA (o'l acnmiit of ili-j-nrt ur. to
ell nt 1'iilillu Aiii'llun at lux rtil-
Uni'0, 1'iilure biiur--. nilj'j n-
I11J5 the Opera lluii.e.
AT 10 O'0U)0K A. M..
All Bit Bouirhold Furnltur and CiIlcIb
Pillar Extension Table
B. W. MiiIiik Chain, 11. V. Siilehoaril,
One II. Y. Murlil-ii He 'roimi fit,
One Maple Marhlo-tup Jlidroom tji-t,
UPHOLSTERED P.RLOR SET
n lii ecu;
KlnyleOak lleilslunil, MoMpiito Nctii,
Bpr.ng ami Hair .Miitln-Bmn,
1 Oil Painting 'Volcano'
Lrg Onti'r anil hum I Ituv-s,
KattHii (Jliulr.x, t'lmiulu'lc rx ami I nmp,
Maple Wunlrohe, '.' ClilMmi'H I'oln,
t Maple Gombioation GbetTonitr
Equare Piano, Kliony (.'lietlonlur,
Maple Secretary. KuvolviiiK wrutary,
Olllce Table und Clmlr,
MOHTOAQLE'S NOTICE OK SALE.
VOTIOi: 18 IlKltEllY UIVKN THAT
11 purriiuut to a powt-r of ule contain--il
in a iiTtiiiii mortKUKO tnaile liy Autniie
Itmii ami wife of Honolulu, to Cecil llrovwi
of the ranie plitreaml of m-onl lathe Uf
Ike oi the KiHiMrar of Ciiiivryiincej In
l.tlier 'us, on ui;iiii , 'JO mid i7, ami liy
alii (Veil llrown duly ussiuunl to K. If.
Ilayelii-n, trii'ti-e umler the lt will ami
tetmur-iit of J. O. Jluyel(len, Uweased, liy
iloeiuiK'iH of record I.IIht 1 17 on imp;" -'-'.
the ki.i1 iiiirii;nueu IiiiciiJh to lonx'liso
said iiinrttiaKe for hrcauh of comlltloii
therein contained Nolli-e Is also k'Vi'II
that die property covered IivhuuI mortpiKe
will he oid at Public Auction, at 1'.' o'ciouk
noon, ou rJATUKDAY, the lltli day of
AilKHfl, at tho aui'tion roolilH of Jan K,
Mni,'.in In lloiioluhi. Tlie property in
tiild iLurtj-'iiK deed itepurlhetl Ih
All tliul certain puu-el of laud alluate nt
Kill II) t in vaid Honolulu, comainluK nu
area of in 1 ums and beiiiK a iiorllmi of
thu ireinltf deserilK-d in Hoyal Patent No.
Vi'i, and conveyed lo i-u;il Autoiie Komh by
J 1. Mendoiiea, administrator of the ex
late of Doudimo l.opez Itunioi by deed
dated the tlmt day of April, 187, of reeord
In the lluwnllitli itt'tfistry of I)eedn in Hook
10-, on pHL-en Jl and 'St
Dated Honolulu, July laili, IhUI.
1'or further purt'i ulari apply to
K. II. HAYh'l'.I.DKN,
r rustie of the liut Will and Tentaiuent of
J. (i, Haybeldeu, deceased, or to
Ukcil Hkown, Attorney.
ar Tlie mile of tne above uronertv tin
ier foreeloiure Is iioi'tiiouod until KA'llIJt
Whatnotn, JaptncH Swords anil durion,
Jpanee Vahen, CIouLh, i loukury,
Cutlery mid l'lntedwaie,
1 Wilcox A- Ulhbi KcniiiK Machine,
1 Domestic Sewing Machine
Wlnthrop .S'oviinml Kiiehi n llieuillh,
Cockatoo and Nnilrre
DAY. Heplemlier 1.
t the .miiu time
Wirva ti neiiH, I'liuiny,
Meut Hafe, I co llox,
1 Family Carriage
Ilrake, iiiadn to order j
1 Ciirriune Hone, Ktc, I'.to., Ktu.
ISu Hnil-e will be hi en f
from IU i
III .' I-. M.
Will take it limited icimber of 1'upiU
- :f i .a. 3sr o -
nenideife: I.lliliu Ktreet.
Uuiual Tolophona 183
Dealer in Hawaiian and l-'orelKii l'oiui;e
ritiimpi. 1'. O. llox 111, Honolulu.
1 1 Ij;'. i'Ht rlcns p,ivcii for I'niiHul and I 'nil
Hawaiian hiami in cxcIiiiiikh for oiler
i'ouiitrli-N from ilrt-i'lain approval NbeetH,
Hhei'U fin v uritiil to nay part of tin) iHlaudi
ou npplluation with town reference.
J 1 . II in cpen lo uii'i t any collectors by
IN ri'USl'ANCi: l)K
I a rcrtmii innruace
tin: ti.iims ok
luinle by Cbarlei
lllrd er in mi all enouiiu due linn are
lmt puyalile lo me al Inv nlllcc, or ill tliu
iillleiiof Nlr. J. V. Iiiiiniix
tlli-U JA.Mi;b I', MOItdAN.
HHiiin HHiWiri On., L'i
Thun-'ay, Avg. 33, 1X91
Th situation of Hilo gives
the people there just reasons
for pride. The scenery from
almost any point will attract
visitors and the delights of a
day spent on Cocoanut Island
are sufficient to keep them in
the vicinity indefinitely. Beside
this, the roads through the
country have been put in a
condition that makes it tempt
uig for people who enjoy a
carriage ride to the Volcano
Ami from correspondence pub
lished in the daily papers, as
well as reports from foreign
ers who have spent a day or
two in Hilo, the residents there
are an hospitable set Hilo,
then, may be said to be a mo
del town for tourists. First
because of the way the people
receive guests and entertain
them and because of the at
tractions which nature has pro
vided. Kau, the other gate
way to the Volcano, is less at
tractive only tor the reason
that the conditions are not suit
able fortown building and there
are consequently fewer people
to finish what nature left un
done. We do not wish to im
ply that the people of Kau
could build mountains, but
if the population was larger
the government might listen
attentively to the request for
better roads. The drive from
Pahala to the Volcano was a
pleasant one in the days when
the road was good, but just
now it is in a condition that in
vites the attention of com
petent road builders more than
tourists. We have no doubt
the improvement will come in
time, for it's a matter that in
terests every one hero indirect
ly. We have no doubt tourists
would derive more pleasure
from seeing both sides of Ha
waii if the facilities were right
than to see only one. The
money spent b victors comes
to ever) one indirectly so it ap
pears in order for tl e husim ss
people to unite in petitioning
the government to put the
road in ordttr.
We put up a 12 foot Geared
Aermotor for the 1 louolnlu
Dairy the other day to be used
lor cutting sorahum. Ihe
manager of the dairy had
doubts as to the power of the
mill to do the work. A three
horse power engine would not
do it and it was not believed
that enough power could be
developed in a twelve foot
Aermotor, but it does the work
perfectly and at no expense
for fuel. Now, then, if a twelve
loot mill will do this where is
the limit of a 1 6-foot Geared
Aermotor. In addition to run
ning a No. . triple acting pump
that will discharge ten thou
sand gallons of water per hour,
it will run a grindstone, a
lathe, a feed cutter and dear
knows what else. The Aer
motor and a pump ot this des
cription will irrigate anything
from a lawn to a rice planta
tion. We have added to our al
ready large stock of garden
rakes an assortment of new
styles that are bound to jump
into lavor with people who like
to have clean lawns.
We have a stock of Hang
ing Lamps, which lor elegance
of finish, durability and power
of the burners commend them
selves to everyone, even the
people who use electricity for
lighting purposes. They range
in price from four dollars to
twenty and you get just double
value for your money. You
can find a larger stock in the
factory where they are made,
but not in a store devoted ex
clusively to the sale of lamps.
We're up to date even to the
hinges on our doors, which are
open from six to five. The
goods will draw and the prices
Whirligig sprinklers that re
quire no attention after they
are put in the ground have
been added to our stock, so we
can say we have a general as
sortment of these things. You
can get nn thing you want in
the sprinkler line from us.
fiawRiJnn HarilWHfvOn.. I.'d
iMQl-lf iirnn Hni
vr jmier STKH5in
TIME IS MONEY"
TO 8AVR YOU 11 TIME AND MONEY BOTH STEP IN TO
H:o;pp 8o Co.,
3STo. V4: King Street.
ev hHVe a lot of New flood to arrive by the "Wilder" nd the "llrjant," and to make
room ho oiler our prercut superb Mock of
It) Oak, Walnut and Curly Dlrch nf tho Infest patterns nt such low prices
that It will pnv you to Invest In tin in at once.
boo our Llcgnnt Assortment of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
In tets and slnRle pieces to suit uvery taste and every ocket.
Al.li KINPS OK MANUKAOTUUINa JIONR IN
Furniture, -:- B dding -:- and -:- Upholstery
Best Qutllty of Live Gese Feathers, Silk Floss, Hair, Hois and EicMslnr always on hand
Tt- All orders from the mho' Ivlnnds will be nttended to In manner that will In
nre MMsfaollon. Try ns once and you will never Unvit ns. lor our coodi are new and
styll h, and will be well pided and cotno to you nl Hnn Krancisc i p'ices
KDWAY & POUTER, LBiUnR Furniture) Dnnr.
f the Hawaiian TftUnas.
Upholstering Goods, Cornice Poles, Cord, Gimp & Buttons
UJIUnnilf "U Sizes- plnln or fsne.v-ntid lettered to ordi-r QlflTlPQ
TfinUUn at8tnKrotiuiMiiir,e. ounuba
rV- Hfxc'nl onlers for all kinds of Furni iim will bo filled at lowed prices. Try
Il and be convinced.
' Bailey's Woven Wire MaUreses K"pt la Stack.
Alt KTrlncd Tihollerr nd TWoMlnr Is lwv M vnnr wrrlrp
obitiBun Blm-k, tmtwtmu Vun ntnl Nutituiu.
Rht bunt! itl of Howl otrwt irnfnir wt
Irwt itnpor'Mre nf Kuir furtiituro.
Irt uliMtp for I'ftuli W have nn IihimI
ioktr Winn. .SIm, KooktuK Chair. H.t
ill you nil unrl prion ttivtt no
uythtug vim "(ml in Diuititi-rooui Kuruitmo
nyt.hitiR you wnnt In (talrixitn Furniture)
iIku in luiipiitil with Oritm and Ursttli
finrt (untplntj. stuok Ui wImi'I tmm
nil At prli-tt Ui stilt trip peornai
wll m th rirhi pnrrrAAi
home IB rouipli't wlltmut MAttlewimt,
hntiH In Honolulu t Mix good nhnMi than
on'tjrou iihtmI mntw Llvntlee- Kntli.i ot HHk Floaal fbnf tusk
aikIv rilitiw out t;nnion
Ktiim a liirgo and vonod Htock the undersigned would draw
particular attention to tho following:
-iMMpririin"; California Huy, Bnrlt-y, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middling, Oatw, Corn.
K3 In addition to our umtal Htock of thubc we are now
t-arrying WaHhington Bran, Oata and Rolled Barley.
ThcHo are each poH&OHrfed of Htrong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by all interested in Htock.
Royal and " Cleveland " Baking Powders!
rettj Wiuilow SUaUm in ll uottra auO !
oIm for roni wtuHowt in Wood or Brut Trimintu
t c-ontef f inunl imi forKMl lo mention
ur hAtiilnnmr) flrwvl BlrMiro SU In Holtd
cipairluK rMuuaUlH tnu
woveirtnjr or upnoiMnrwi ritrniiiir tMiiAiit
out Kaay OliAirn nnforo buying elvvhti
ik of all ill with OhHlr And Sitinhoarrit to anth
F L O XJ R.
U 9, ,1 Wi
blrjMHil 1'iwiri 111 .1-
KiibIMi ni v ""
SO 4 f'S
i-nliforni ia imi t
HAM HAt'l OHM h S"
Hnnii ii.t tii iu.i.i.
i ui. r...,-. , I,. (i, ,.' -si.
A fiNi li t t t i ii,U i ii,ti
vrjbl kiniwe w luakh a firUure of luuriur Dvoratlut,
voryixwly Ktiow ir ui. vimway wno misM mn priai rrtnr
H!OKtm.twJ Al tli libnApeinl htlllM in UllDKlUlu
AliAhility. Prompt ntvin Aim utupatch If nur motui
Bkli. 26 TiSLKPDONEK MiTtL 46
ii.rlKU' diiKiMt. UivwriMk
lma iSlM0h.Wll' KlltUli Urovllfll
t.il.tiv M.'Nell A llhby' Uitnnmt i.i
llehirdaou A Robldn'i Osnn
m hi nn
pit, rmtif i.i
?H HUll IK " '
A lamt iii.
Kerosens "Alote" & "Star" Kerosene
Made in Honolulu Outlast the
Cheap Imported Articles
UMtOK SrOOKB OK
Hiii'dini ;iiiii!:ii HaiHwe, Ort rjooils
AI.WAYH ON JIANI) AT MOKKltATB PHIUE8.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
The Bark ''C. D. Brynnt" which is now duo
bring to us the
Largest Consignment of Furniture
KVKlt SllII'l'Kl) TO A KINCI.K KlitM ON HAWAIIAN Hull.,
The BcMt Workiuitntihip aud the Best Material
are obtained at tin
Hawaiian Carriage M'fg Co.,
Tro 70 Queen 8tret
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pare Goods! Prompt, Reliable
And will Consiht
of Everything Needed to Furnwh
a House from a
Baby's Rocker to a
Solid Oak Bedroom Set
Attention I and Low Prices I
I'HAf PLAtJE IN AT -
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oorner Worn. & EXotsl Sta
t3r Our Soda Water is tho Beat IE
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutual 76,
FElL S. S. "GABLIO."
JBCOXjILiIBTEII &b oo.
1 1 live- made another Lare Importation ot
tWri of I.A OONHTANOIA ml Kl, OOMETA
lii'ie AHHortinont of Bhapw and BiMtm.
Cnr RaU In Knnii or llntv Palft Cor Ron 4 MfflttuiH IHlUli.