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VOL. IX. NO. 1332.
HONOLULU, li. I., MONDAY, MAY G 1895.
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attention paid to all kinds of repairs
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At 7:30 o dock t
Sequau will lecture from
his Gilded Chtiriot on his
IfFor your own benefit,
come, see, hear and judge for
I The business of the country is
I settling iuto its former groovo. Our
?;entlemauly driver has returned
rom his vacation, the cows in the
pasture switch flies ittstuad of bul
let." with their tails and tho cream it I
' richer in consequence. We believe
' wo havo satisfied every one of our ,
1 customers who have takeu milk from I
! us and wo are in a position to sup- !
j ply a great many more The people
i who from choice or necessity visited I
Waialae during tho past two weeks
have had an opportunity to see just
what sort of diet our stock feeds
upon, and uo longer wonder at the
1 richness of tho milk from our dairy.
Our facilities lor delivery are the
best. With tho exception of a day
1 or two early in the late unpleasant
I ueBs our drivers have always been
I on time at our oustomorB' residences.
Wo tako this opportunity to thank
i those who have been patient with us
and to solicit a continuance of their
patronage. We will bo pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to us aud
i guarantee all milk to be pure and
' free from adulteration.
The WAIALAE RANCH.
THE CIRCUIT COURT.
Judge (toper Tnosacu Bui
mi in Stot Offer.
Ntwrl Every Cast m fie Ctladar
Rep rted Remy iotTm;
Dlfoicfi Suits Galore.
Tho Mj- Torm of tLo First Cir
cuit Court openo 1 at 10 o'clock this
rairniiu', JuJgo Coopur presiding,
a'ld a largo majority of tho legal
luminaries being' in attendance.
There nas also a sufficient number
of spectators, witnesses aud jurjmuu
to more than occupy every sojit in
The Gfiverntueut wa represented
by Attorney General Smith, whoto
latu assiotant, A. O. M. Kobortson,
sat beside him, together with De
puty Marshal Brown.
Judge Cooper lost uo time in pre.
liiniuaries but at once cotuniouced
the calling of the calendar, which
contained a list of about 125 owes of
various kinds, from assault and bat
tery upwards. The number of di
vorce cases exceeds tbaroi two or
threo previous calendars.
Nearly every caso called was indi-'
cated by tho attorneys interested as
being ready for trial, which was
something unusual in a calendar as )
long as tho one now before the I
The ejectment case of Kailikea ;
Waiauuhea vs. Kahookaamoku went I
nnr fi (liu r.rrti '
Tho appeal of Tuck Chee against
a decision of tho Honolulu District
Court Gliding him guilty of extor
tion was uot prosecuted.
Tho case of the Hepublic of Ha
waii vs. Edmund G. Norrio, on ap
peal from the Honolulu District
Court on the charge of seditions
libel was set for trial at 0 a. m. to
morrow. Faul Neumauu will appear
for tho defense.
Harada Matzukami and Ito, two
Japanese charged with malicious in
jury, will also have thoir trial iu the
After tho calling of tho calendar
the following cases were called up
and temporarily disposed of:
Hepublic of Hawaii vs. Patrick
Cullen, murder, plea of not guilty
entered. In this case Mr. Kinney
will assist in the prosecution aud J.
A. Magoou will appear for the de
fense. Tho Itepublic of Hawaii vs. Ku
tnukoa, malicious iujury; indictment
Itepublic of Hawaii vs. n. Keawo
amahi, housebreaking; plea ot not
Republic of Hawaii vs. J. K. Na
kookoo, charged with malicious
burning iu tho second degree; do
fondant allowed till 11 a. in. to-morrow
Itepublic of Hawaii vs. Puuuku,
larceny in the second degree; plea
of not guilty entered.
Itepublic of Hawaii vs. Captain
Hill, barratry; nolle pros'd.
Itepublic of Hawaii vs. A. Hermau
son, manslaughter, demurrer over
ruled aud plea of not guilty entered.
At noon the court adjourned un
til !i a. m. to-morrow.
Case Xo. IK), Edma G. Troussnu
vs. 13. Cartwright et al., au action
in assumpsit, will come up for argu-
nest oa demurrer whenever the
court ia not otherwise engaged;
Hartwell for plaintiff and Hatch for
Ia the trover auit of D. Day,ton,
administrator, va. A. Dreier, a jury
trial km waived.
The rest of the cases on the calen
dar were announced as ready and
liable to be railed up at any time
which the attorneys and court can
Notices of appeal from the deci
sion of the District Magistrate in
the cases of The Republic of Ha
waii vs. Loo Peug, charged with of
fering and passing a fraudulent tax
receipt; Tho Itepublic vs. G. I. Par
ker, charged with extorting tho sum
of $25 from Otaka, a Japanese pros
titute; The Itepublic of Hawaii vs.
Sin Choug, charged with assault
and battery on Pang Moy, at Ewa,
aud The KepubUo of Hawaii vs. Ka
ahanui, arcued of maintaining a
clio fa game, have all beou filed ia
tho Circuit Court.
Although tho calendar was unusu
ally long it did not tako Judge
Cooper over an hour and a half to
got through with it this morning.
Of the cases to bo tried at tho
present term there are fourteen to
come before tho Hawaiian criminal
jury, six before the Hawaiian civil
jury aud sixteen before tho mixed
jury. Twentj-two catos will come
before the foreign criminal jury,
and twonty-thre before tho civil
one. Nineteen er.ses will be tried
bflforu the Court, juriea.having.beon
waived in each. Iu addition to all
this work, sixteen divorce cases will
occupy Judge Cooper'n attontion ou
Saturday mornings, and several new
caes of various descriptions are
liable to be added to tho calendar
from day to day during the first
Au exclusive table for members of
the press in the courtroom would
bo an accommodation that would be
Tho u ames of either V. V. or C.
W. Ash ford appear as attorneys of
record in about eighteen cases.
The regular monthly meeting of
tho Honolulu Mission Children's So
ciety was held on Saturday ovoning
last at the residence of Prof. Rich
ards. A paper contributed by Ed
ward Bailey was read by Mrs. Frear.
Rev. Kiuneth Duucau also contri
buted an essay. The treasurer's
statement showed the society to bo
$900 in, arrears of the sum needed
for the year's contributions.
A Horriblo Sight.
The drowned body of a Japanese
was found near the Kalihi beach bo
low the Receiviug Station this
morning. The police wore notified
and tho locality was visitod. The
face of the dead mau was a horriblo
sight, having been eaten by crabs.
Tho body was identified as that of
the insane Japanese who escaped
from tho quarantine station on
Saturday. Tho body was buried
The Cavalry Corps.
Tho mounted patrolmen under
Alfred W. Carter rode out to near
Mnkapuu Point on Saturday after
noon for drill. Tho mon, who are
independent of tho police mounted
patrol, were drilled iu tho different
cavalry tactics, doing well for tho
first time. James Wilder acted as
bugler and repeated tho orders ou '
the bugle, Tho men are all good
ridors aud looked well as they rode
t The Salvation Army held a very
successful meeting last night, dur
ing which two handsome flags were
presented to tho corps.