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VOL. IX. NO. 1303.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1895.
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ands. Daniel Logan, editor, reiddea on
Alnke street. Honolulu, aforesaid
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Bulletin," Bud hualneas letter " Manager
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fUFOttTERS AMD DXALEB IK LUMBER AM
ALL KINDS or BtJlLDIKU, MaTEIIALB,
Kort Street, UohuliUu
H. HAOKFELD 00
General Commission' Auent.
Oorur Kort and iueen blteeU, rtuui.nm., i
JNO. 8. 8MIXUIEH I
Auctioneer and OkkkralDusinehhAuknt.
Mahakoua, Kohala, Uawali.
THOB. LINDSAY .
attention paid to
all kluda of re pal
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WOBKS,
Steam Knoiner, Sikiar Millk, Doilirh,
Coolers. Iron, Drabs and Lead
Machluerj ut Kvery Deecniition Mailc to
Order. Fnrticnlnr atteution paid lu Slilyi'
niackBialthln.'. Job Wort eironted nt
Atlas Assurance Go.
ASSETB. - 110,000,000.
H. W. MOHMT?T & SONS
APlH for Ifmvillnil IkMiiiIu
City Carriage Co.,
c-opiier King nnd Bethel Bu.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113
Fln CarrlagoH & Civil Driverb
To hf hxd at all honrn
J. ri. ANDRADB,
liwu il Munannr
Consolidated Soda Water Co,, L'd
ElSPXi iJT A.3D2Q:
Cor. Alien & Port SU.,
cceivcd a com-
line, in the I
are very choice
and were im
for my fine
trade. Also have a full line of
At Reasonable Prices.
jJ3T While you are wait-
for the car come in and
514 Fort Street
P. 0. J0NE3.
E. A. JONES.
Safe Deposits IomteentGm
OllVrs for sale to Investors of small
Hawaiian Government Bon Is f 500 each,
Hawaiian Government BondH $100 each
Wallnku Sugar Com
mimny, 1st mortgage
lionuatu ptr cent.)
Ewa Sugar Company. Ht mortgag
Bonds tV por cent.) $1,'J)0 each.
iVlnrehn"".1 E8tt0 !oT ,B'e,n,ot,to
Coirce and Fmlt I.Hiid on the Volcano
Hoad, Island of Hawaii, for salo on eusy
For particulars) apply to
The Hawaiian Sif Deposit and
NO. 403 FOllT BTKEKT.
Fort, near Hotel Bib.
Cius. J. McCarthy, Manoger.
Popular Brands of fitraiqht Goodn
ALWAYS QN HAND.
Try the Great Appetizer The IIkownie
Cocktail a speclulty with this retort.
DKroT or the-
Famous Wieland Lagor Boor.
1T T i- T)-.'U.-.
1Y1UI UllcUl IS JD AUllallhie
r!. I. SHAW.i'roprlelnr
King and Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
Choice Liquors and Fine Beer.
A COLD WATER PAINT
For INSIDE Work on- . .
Factories and Public Buildings
II is u dry powder which can lc
prepared for tuo by simply hlitring
in COLD WATEK nml can be up-
patterns plied by anyone nnd will always pio
I iluco good work.
i It in VJSKY will IK, extremely re
I llcctive mid burdens on n wall like
stone nnd will tnko uny tint.
It will IiikI for years, nnd i tin
nll'ectcd by gases.
One cont covers better limn I wo
cents of oil paint or whitewash.
It can bo need on any surface and
for all clashes of work, even for the
It will not rub, scale, or crnek, nor
will it soften with ago or discolor.
It will not ect in the mixing vessel,
in fact it improves by standing a few
It can bo u?cd to good ndvanlugo
over old whitewneh without ncmping.
ri wiiir.a uui wiinr- Ar ir.iv
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in barrclx from 300
to -100 lbs., also in boxes of 100, r0
and 2.r) pouudu.
n lxtif-4 -. rtt a Mtlll
This is for OUTSIDE Work
Such ns Fences, Outbuildings and
Lnborer'a Quarters. It is u th'ck
pusto to bo diluted with cold water;
standB rain and exposure its well us
oil paint, and costs but a fraction as
much. It is lire-resisting as it eon
tains jtio oil, aud h is no equal u a
light reflector in dark basementf,
dump cellars and similar placet'. It
is supplied in colors.
.... FOR SALE I1Y ....
Apuoh f" Hit HHwaiisii IsiHiiiSF
HENItY H WII.MAMS AND KD
wi rd A. William havo thli day dts
Holved tliA pnrtnerilp hxietoforo exlrtlnc
between them under tlio tlrin name or
l'lnneer Fiirnlluro Cmiiiiauy an well ns of
Williams llrothers In tho l'uruliur and
llnilurtaklug llualnefs In Honolulu, In tho
1 eland ol Oahu
Henry II. U'l llnniH retires from s-Id
I linn and tmslnem mil IMaiimI a. Wll
Hams roniaini In unld liaxlnebs, having
formed a partnership therein with his
1 father, O. K. Wllllanm.
Tho new firm roni'tts of C K. Wl'llams
I nnd K. A. Williams, and henceforth will
carry on said F'iriiiitiro and Undertaking
1 HuMnusH In Bald Honolulu, ui.der the llrm
1 name of U K WU'Iains .t Son.
1 'Jh new llrm will co'lenr all accounts
owing to tho old Arm and pay all liabilities
D.i cd March 30ili. A. I) lb!. '
H H. WIU.IAMS,
KI). A. WIl.l.IAMd,
KIOVJw 0 K. WILLIAMS.
I l . u, i.reuiii hd
to mo a haw luimo 11 No Jtj'li'i.iv
tin. Uonnl will ii'nn Uui. Kif.tftJit
Ilf lISM) Ol (II II l
Tott"y'iHi i.u.Ung 1
up th ha f tho
thrro niontln. Th
H inn 1 uiugu 1 win piru 1
iu main Imlldiiig 're h r
'lie Cotlniia coutaliii 0111
rojin I'll 2 feet another ouuUxliH-t-t, a it I
a Tt'raiidn Tx'JI fret, Iron roof an 1 Hong 1
foundation. Apply on the preiiiHej. 1
IZOJlm. M. UOrO, M. 1). I
Secretary Gresham Gives Him
HE ACCEPTS THE SNUB GRACEFULLY.
Tho China's mail brings intelli
gence that Secretary of Slate Grosh
mn has given Lorrin A. Thurston his
I passport, so that ho is no longer
Minister of Hawaii nt Washington.
Mr. Thurston will leave tho coun
try without uniting fur formal no
tiee from his Government to roturn.
Mr. Thurston h represented in
Wellington dispatches as having
accepted tho indignity gracefully
nnd preserving u diguiGcd silence.
Furl ho present Frank P. Hast
ing will havo ehnrg of the Lega
tion. The Now York Ileruld says that
Secretary Gresham has been serious
ly considering the deportation of
Thurston. He has been for a long
' time both otlicially a d personally
obnoiious to the Administration.
Tho Herald man sayt: "I am told
that the State Department oilieiols
have been looking into the ipiestion
, of tho right of tho United Staten to
direct tho deportation of an obnoji-
ous alien, aud they havo eomo to tho
conclusion that there is no legal ob
stacle in tho way.
"Tho expressed iutuntiju of Min
ister Thurston t,o remain in tho
United Slates after I19 had severed
his diplomat io relations for tho pur
poco of furl hoiing tho annexation
cause is thought to bo the particular
reason which caused the Secretary of
Stat at th's timo to consider tho pro
priety of ordering him to leave tho
Several Interesting Decisions Mat
ters at Chambers.
Bruco Cartwright has, on his own
1 petition, been discharged as trustee
of Nancy Sutnnor Ellis, by au order
signed by Chief Justice Judd.
Judge Cooper has given adeeision
in Lucy Kila vs. S. K. Kila, eject
1 niont, jury waived. It is in favor of
plaintilT for possession-of Apaua B,
1 a portion of Itoyal Patent 1801 L C. '
' A. 01, F. L. Magoou and Acht for
I plaiutiir; Foepoe aud Johusou for
' The Supremo Court, by Justice
Uickortou, has ronderetl a unanimous
' decision iu Kepublio of Hawaii by
N. C. Wilfong, Deputy Tar Assessor,
vs. Henry West and vp. E. Kekoa.
Followiug is tho syllobus:
"Tho Assossor-iu-Chief, being paid
a regular salary, has uo peeuuiary
interest in a suit for tho collection
"Tho Kopublio of Hawaii is tho
, party plaintilT iu such suit.
"The Circuit Judge, being tho
father of tho AssesHor-in-Chlei, is
not disqualified to sit in such a caso,
under Article 81) of tho Constitution.
nil . . ....1...I 1 ai.-.
1110 casus aro rcmiiuuou iu uiu
Fourth Judicial Circuit Court for
trial. Deputy Attorney-Gonoral Ro
bertson for plaintiff; Kane for Ke
Tho Supremo Court, by Chief
Justice Judd, has rendered a decision
iu W. II. Cummings vs. Mrs. Niau
Iaukea anil J. K I.uikea, dnfoii(fnuts
in error, of which the following is
"An amendment, was allowed by
tho Couit to n petit'o 1 for a writ of
error by inserting an allegation that
tho juik'inent complaiutd of wns
not fully satUfiod, this appearing to
be tho taut aud the amendment not
appearing to prejudice the defend
"A writ of error nnd n bill of ex
ceptions are concurrent methods for
the correcting of errors made iu the
lower court, the conditions and
limitation in each method being
"To avail on of a writ of error it
is not essential that the point has
been raised in tho court below aud
msdn the subject of inceptions."
"The failure of tho clerk to note
on his minutes that a deuiurrer had
been argued and overruled aud ex
ceptions noted does not suspend or
postpone the judgment exitered on
The writ of error is quashed on
the ground that it was not sued out
within hix mouths after rendition of
judgment. Achi for plaiutiir iu error;
Johnson aud Kaulukou for defend
ants iu error.
Ed ma Geneviero Trousseau, widow
of tho lato Dr. Geonro Trouspeau,
I lias brought suit auaiust llrucu
, Cartwright and Hugh E. Me
I Intyre, executors of the will of tho
1 said doctor, for iy(i,0f5 francs nud
; HO centime?, with interest from Jan
uary I, 1SJ11, equivalent to tho sum
of $27,!)31.1(i witli iuturest from
Xovemberf HI, IBM, according to
the particulars of an agree
1 men I whereby decedent paid JiOOO
, francs annually to the plaiutiir
I until tho end of the year IS'.KJ,
but paid nothing upon tho principal
' sum of U50,8iir francs and fX) cen
times. Antonio Ferry is attorney
for tho plaiutiir.
LI HUNO CHANG SHOT.
Cowardly Asinult By rt Jnpancso on
As Li Hung Chang, tho Chinese
fioaco envoy, was reluruipg to his
odgings at Shimoucseki on March
21 after having attainted a confer
ence with Count Ito nud Viscount
Mutsu, tho Japanese peace plenipo
tentiaries, a young Japanese fired a
pistol at him. The bullet sped
straight, but most fortunately did
110 more harm thau to inllict a
wound in Li liuug ChauicV face. Al
the time of sending this dispatch it
is impossible to learn whether or not
the wound is serious.
Tho attempt to assassinate tho re
presentative of the Emperor of
China cautd the most intense ox
eiteinn, and on overy side there
were expressions of tteep regret.
The would-bo murderer was arrest
ed. It is believed that he was
prompted to the crime by misguided
London', March 20. Li Hung
Chang is making good pr gress to
ward recovery from tho effects of the
bullet wound iu his face indicted
yesterday by Moyama Kokunosuki.
The wound has developed uo dan
gerous symptom. Tho would-be
assassin is reported to bo a lunatic.
Li Hung Chang objects to the ex
traction of the bullet, which lies a
centimeter under his left eye. Tho
wound is three centimeters deep.
The Empress of Japan has bent two
nurses to attoud him. Letters and
telegrams expressing regret and
' sympathy are pouring in from all
There was quite au assemblage of
lumber merchants on the city front
iu tho viciuity of tho Oceanic! wharf
this forenoon. A quant it of lum
ber was to be put up at auction.
Tho majority did not stay very long,
as an agent of the firm of V. G.
Irwin & Co. froze them out. Tho
lumber whs brought hero on tho
three-masted schooner W. F. Jewett.
Fairly good prices wore realized.
Spruce sold at $2rif0 a thousand
feet, rustic at $1)60, dressed lutnbor
ol IH r.O mill ,...,1-1 r n 31ft Tift I oil. a
B0id a't ?3 05 a thousand. '
1 Tho followiug dispositjnn will bo
made of the Japanese immigrants
which came on the S. S. Independ
ent. It is the last of the Japs who
camo on t hat steamer They will be
I bout out this afternoon on the steam
or Kinau: 1-aatihaii plantation, SS
meu and 2.1 women; Ookala llanta-
1 1 ion, 15 men and 2 women; Kukniau
plantation, U0 m-n and 7 uomou,
United Carriage Company's stand,
1 besides having superior hacks al
I wavs rendv nt the call of "290." fur
nishes (inn livery outfits al tho short
est notice good horses and uico car
riages, from buggy to wagouotte. v
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