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"With, wliich. is Incorporated the "Indoxjendent,"
VOL. 1. NO. 8G.
HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY. AUGUST 27. 1895.
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Tolcphono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
H. OAOKFEIiD & CO.
Gkneiui. Commission Agents.
Oor. Fort and Queen Qtrcets, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE.
iMrOHTEItS AND DeALEM IN LtJMliKH
AND ALL KINDS OF BuiLDINO
Fort Streot, - Honolulu.
MANUFAOTOrtlNa Jkweleii and Watoh
MAKER. Kukni Jewelry n Specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
Campbell Blook, - - Merohant Streot.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Suoau Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Machinery of Every Description Made
to Ordor. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blaeksraithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
Kimiu streot near Punchbowl
Engrosser - and - Illuminator
Pacifio Hardware Co.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AT3CTIONEEH AND 8TOCK BROKEK
No. -J5 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Estate and Furniture.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Dealers in Lumbor and Coal
and Building Matoriuls of all
Quoon FUroot, Honolulu.
D. J. CASHMAN.
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Awnings n S ooi.ilty. Over Cali
fornia Food Company's store.
CITY DRAYAQE Co.
W. F, S II Alllt ATT, Managor
Stand adjoining II. Ilaokfold fc
Go,, Fort street. Oonoral Oart-
.ing and Drayago Business done.
m 7 tf
C. 13. DWIGHT,
Doori nil kimU of Work in
Cement & Stono Sidewalks & Curbing
liti him mi liiiiul a liirno Hiijiply i(
Oliinwiu Ormiilu Uurlt nml nlwii keep
Hawaiian Giirbliitf Htoiiu. JWImiitiw
Kjvwi hijiI Jowim- iirjvtu itwurtMl, Tlo
Gained in Strength
READ WHAT -
Ayer's Sarsaparilla 1
did lor tlio Inralld DnuRliter of a Prom
inent Lowell Tradesmnn.
"My daughter had for a long tlmo been
troubled with violent headaches nml sleep
lessness. 8I10 was palo, had no appetite,
and was losing llcsh rapidly. She took
various remedios for her trouble, but re
ceived no benefit until slio commenced using
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. After taktntt half a
bottle, she began to feel better. By a con
tinued mo of this medicine, her nppctlto re
turned, her checks began to nil out nnd show
color, sho Rained In strength, her headaches
disappeared, sho slept better, nnd now says
she feels like a now person." F. I'.Coooks
hall, o Lyon St, Lowell.
Hub Curod Others, Will Curo You
Made by Dr. J. O. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mui.VJX
Hollister Drug Co.. L'd,
Solo Agents for tho Itopublio of Hawaii.
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
318 Fort St. - Telephone 91.
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King & Nuuanu Streets, Honolulu
Choice Liquors nnd Fino Boor.
PIONEKR STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
Practical Confectioner and Baker,
No 71 Hotel Street.
H. G. BIART.
FINE WATCH REPAIRING.
Island Jewelry mode to ordor,
Souvenir Spoons, Gold wiro
gW Island ordors solicited.
P. O. Box . 355; n tO. Gortz's store.
Fort Streot. 62-t
Real Estate Agents
Notary Public and Accountant
Work promptly attended to.
Office 13 and 15 Kaahuinanu
Telopliono G39. jnll tf
P. O. JONES.
K. A. JONES.
HAVK FOIt HAW3
A Few Hliiiriw t
I'alu HiiKiir HUwU,
IIiiwiiIIiiii Hiitfur Co, HtiwU,
lIlUVllllllll (loVITIIMM'Ilt nml Jut
-lorlKmi Hiimir I'liuiln
I Ion HoiiiIhi
t?)? I'nr imilicnliim apply In
Tlio nawnllnn Bnio Dopoelt &
4UV I'uM Nluvl Honolulu
WITH THE POLICE JUDGE.
result op a two noun itioiin-
A lions Calendar Given Ilia Honor
I'loiity to Do Police Huilucii
ou tlio Increaae.
Tho stoppage of traffic nnd con
sequent idleness of many would
bo wage oarnors causod by tho
stringent precautions adopted by
tho Board ot Health is making
itsolf apparent oven in the classic
precincts of tho Police Court,
and tho prospocts aro that His
Honor will not bo complaining of
dull times for some littlo whilo to
This morning forty cusos woro
crnwdod on tho singlo sheet of
typowritor paper that is usually
set opart for tho calendar for tho
exolusivo use of His Honor, and
theso woro of all kinds. Tho court
ut onco conoludod that an oflort
must bo made to cloar it and wont
at it with moro than his nccus
Pipi was tho first victim of tho
dny. Ho pleaded guilty of over
driving, torturing and otherwise
tormenting and making lifo a
burden to one certain animal, tho
namo of which as spelt by Josh
Billings was "mool. Tho oourt
promptly fined him if 5 and costs
and called "next."
Pal ok a responded and said ho
had had the oxtrome felicity of
nssuulting and battering a follow
man and was willing to pay a
reasonable amount therefore. His
Honor thought $10 and costs.nbout
tho right figure.
Jumes McCandloss was next in
order. Ho was also charged with
assault nnd battery and his caso
Bet for trial tomorrow. For the
samo offenso two Portuguese gen
tlemen, Antonio dos Santo nnd
Frank Fernandez will face nis
Honor on tho 30th if tho cholera
doesn't got them first.
Piko acknowledged bis guilt on
tho same charge but was fortunate
in getting his sentence suspended.
Tai Koe, ulias Ohung Tai, was
also in luck, for the ohargo of
running a lodging house without
a licoiiRO was reduced to one for
violating the regulations of the
Board of Health. Ohung Tai's
practices and the resulting refuse
mid garbage in the yards in the
roar of his promiBos on tho corner
of Pensacola and Boretauia stroots
are said to havo ondaugered the
health of tho residents of that
Wlion the case of H. M. Berg
wus called aud nollo pros.'d, His
Honor breathed a sigh of roliof,
for tho question of Mr. Borg's
vagranoy has long ngitntod tlio
broasts of the Courtroom habitues.
This morning's proceedings de
monstrate that Mr. Von Berg is
not a vagrant.
. Chin Look will havo until tho
30th to prepuru for his trial on
tho oliurgo of selling opium.
J. M, Vivas and J. M. Toixoira
wero on hand to answer tho
ohurgo of criminal lihol in that
thoy did unlawfully und malici
ously contrive and intend, on tho
2tth of AugtiHt last, to vilify und
defame one Camillo Poroim, aud
to bring him into dingracu, abhor
ronoo, odium, hut rod, contompt
nnd ridicule by causing to be
published in tho uoIuiiiiih of A
Huntiliella a certain false, scan
dalous, malicious, fitlnu ami do
fiimutory lihol aoiicorning him in
a Commiiniuutioii to which the
slgiiiituro of "Zip" wh nttiiolied.
A. (). Gorrou was eiiK'ieil iih ih
wlHtiinl iittoruoy fur tho proneou
t Ion and thti uuhu wuh put oil un
til Hi t Uourl liud moro Un.o in
ciiicurr couht tkum.
Soo soventh page.
Judgo Ooopor presided at torrn
today, hearing Charles H. Hoso
vs. Knaahu, covenant. Thurston
for plaintiff; Robertson for de
fendant. The oxhibits run up to
tho lotter N inclusive. Tho Court
rondored judgment that pluintifl'
recovor $750, together with inter
est from tho dato of oonvoyunco
of land in question to Ghas. H.
Boso, plus $50 attorney's feos.
Tho caso is relatod to tho lately
long-ponding one of Nuhaololua
und others vs. Kaaahu aud othors.
R. W. Holt's ejeotmont suit
against Goo Kim was dismissod
for want of prosecution, ltosa for
plaintiff; Thurston for defendant.
Mr. Dolo this afternoon pro
Hented a motion in tho niattor of
Mrs. Davis as next friend of J. K.
Sumner against M. F. Orandoll,
administrator. On bohalf of tho
dofondant a modification of tho
injunction upon him is asked for,
and if the Court declines this ro
qucst it iB prayod that Tlioo. 0.
Portor be appoined recoivor of tho
property involvod ponding tho
determination of legal proceed
ings in tho mat tor. An affidavit
says among otnor tilings tuat un
til an artesian well be sunk on a
portion of the Sumner property
un opportunity of leasing tho
samo at $700 a year cannot bo
Mr. Neumann, supporting tho
motion, would not arcuo tho ques
tion until it was seen whothor
Mr.Magoon for tho plaintiff would
opposo tho motion. He referred
to tho high standing of Mr. I'or
tor, mentioning his connection
with Spreckols & Co.'s bank and
his having boen Minister of
Mr. Magoon ovinccd opposition
in his oponing sontonco, saying,
"It seems this injunction lies
heavily on the conscience of tho
defendant," etc., and so tho mat
tor wont on to argument.
Judgo Coopor has signed a
dporeo upon tho judgment ho
lately rondored in favor of Lopoz
vs. F. W. McChesney, previously
reported in this paper.
No lator datoi than tho Bulle
tin's news by the Monowai camo
by tho Wilder.
Dr. McLennan, wife and daugh
ter returned by tho Wilder, look
ing halo and hearty.
A native bus driver on thoNuu
anu avonuo lino was nrrostod last
night for driving an injured horso.
J. J. Egn will opon up a big
lino of now goods at his Fort
fltreot store noxt Monday, Septom
Two nativo womon woro arrest
ted this morning for selling
Hwipos, nnd a whito man for tin
larceny of a horso.
Willio Qroig, who lift by tho
CaBtlo this aftornoon, was yotttor
day prosontod by frionds with a
ha'ndsotno diamond lockot.
Tho local Salvation Army wi'l
hold a grand w?lromo mooting in
Contral Union Church on Htpt.
3d at 7:30 p. in. in honor of tho
arrival oi urigucuer aim mrn.
Koppol, commanding the 1'uoific
Coast dlvUinn of tlio army.
Tho JViorossu club luili'd to ob
tain a quorum at tho inlondud
inuidiiig lunt night. Buforo tlio
oliil) llimllv yiulilsup tlio ghoHt, it
should roiinburrfl lliomi inuiohitnU
who btooltod up with HticIiH, bills,
oio,, for Ihu gaino, nml who pro
now foiuljy out iuhI injured.
RAINFALLS IN AUGUST.
TALK WITH THE CI.rilK OV
THE AVKATIIEK TIIEItKON.
The Vail of Ilnln Thla ItloutU line
Par Exceeded tlio Avernfjo ot
Ourtis J. Lyons, in charge of
tho Weather Buroau of tho Ha
waiian Islands, is a man who is
held in high rogard by local pencil-pushers,
for ho has alwnj'ft
something of interest to comma
nicato, and if ho is short of a sub
ject ho can always toll something
new about tho weathor, as ho did
to a Bulletin scribo this morn
ing. Tho past year up to tho com
mencement of last month has
boon rcmarkablo, acoording to
Mr. Lyons' data, for tho gonoral
dryness of tho atmosphere, but
about tho nst weok of July n
marked chango took place and ex
ccssivo humidity bus since pre
vailed. Consequent upon this
was a slight inoroaso of tho rain
fall in that month. During Au
gust tho rainfall has boon exces
isivo and unusual, thoro having
been only five days in which rain
in sufficient quantities for moas
uromont has not fallon up to date
in this city. Tho fall at Puna-
-hoa last night rogistorod .35 of an
mob, but tuo roports from the
stations up tho valley whore tho
fall was very heavy have not yet
como to hand.
Tho normal rainfall for the
month of August during tho last
twenty years has averaged 1.91
inches at Puliation. This month
it has amounted to 2 81 inches
with four moro days to hear from.
Tho average of 1.91 inohos
has only boen exceeded in three
of tho twenty years, and in no
instanco has tho fall exceeded
that of tho present month. The
rainfall at Luakaha so far this
month, without including last
night, has amounted to 17 inches.
Would It Not Uo ITIurderT
Editoii Bulletin: Tho politic
al prisoners now undergoing sen
tonco aro most undoubtedly sub
ject to hard labor. No one can
deny (hat, now that our infallible
Supromo Court has said that the
Military Commission was a legally
But does a sontonco of im
prisonment with tho poualty of
hard labor nttaohed authorize tho
omploymont of tho prisoner,
political or othorwiso, in any
avocation which may endanger
his lifo ? Most assuredly it docs
not, that is oxcopt ouly under the
immaculate govornmont of the
misnamed Itupublio of Hawaii as
intorprotod by tho present At-tornoy-Gonornl.
l'nlitical prisoners woro ora
ploycd on Saturday in disinfect
ing tho old fiHh market. Suppose
the mmkot to have been really in
fected with cholera germs" and
that odd or all of the prisoners
employed thereon took tho disonro,
would not tho Attornoy-Genornl
bo guilty i f murder? If not di
rectly guilty, would ho not have
boon indirectly so?
Does nut tho onforcod employ
ment of political prisoners o
Hiioh work load nuo to infer that
rather than grunt tlio clemency
now gononilly duiimndid for than,
tlio government would sooner koq
thorn dio oH'liko Hlioop.und In con
sequently giving tltoin ovi ry op
porluniiy to do o,
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