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"With which, is Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. I. NO. 87.
HONOLULU, II. I., WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 28. 18!)f.
PRIOE 6 CENTS.
With which Is Incorporated the IxnEi'EMii-knt.
Hawaiian Copyright by A. V. Quit,
Published every dny except Sunday at
GOO King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, nnywhoro In tho IIu-
walinn Islands 8 7fi
Per Year. 8 00
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Moxico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign
Countrios 13 00
Pnynblo Invnrlnlilv In Advnnco.
Advertisements unaccompanied by
npocific infitructtonB inserted till ordered
Advertisement!) discontinued beforo
expiration of Bpccitied period will bo
charged as if continued for full term.
Liberal allowanco on yearly and half
Address all communications to tho edi
torial department to "Editor Bullutin."
Business letters should bo addressed to
"Manager Evening Bulletin."
Telephono 25G. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
H. HAOKFELD & CO.
Oeneraij Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE.
IurORTKItS AND DEALERS IK LUMBER
AND ALIi KINDS OF BDILDINa
Manufacturing Jeweler and Watch
maker. Kukui Jewolry a Specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds ot repairs.
Campbell Block, - - Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Enoines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Oooleus, Iron, Brass and Lead
Maehinory of Every Description Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
Kinau Btreot near Punchbowl
Engrosser - and - Ilhiminator
120, Nuuanu Am, next to
tho "White House".
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BROKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Estate ana Furniture.
ALLEN & KOBINSON.
Dealers in Lumber anil Coal
and Building Materials of all
Quoon Street, Honolulu.
D. J. CASHMAN.
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Awnings a Specialty. Over Cali
fornia Feed Company's store.
CITY DRAYAQE Co.
W. F. SHARRATT, Managor
Stand adjoining H. Hackfeld &
Co., Fort street. Gonoral Oart-
jug and Drayago Business dono.
in 7 tf
C. B. D WIGHT,
Docs all kinds ot Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho lias on hand a large supply ot
Chineso Granito Curb and always keeps
Hawaiiau Curbing Stone. Lstimates
given anil lowes4. prices assured. Tolo
AND PILES CURED BY
Jtr.W. Jutmmu, Adtliide, S. A., formerly
of Hawthorn, near Melbourne,
Vie, writee i
"For the past 3 or 4 yenrs. I have b?en a
freat suttercr from rlicumatlsm and piles,
tried alt orta or medicine, but dcrlrcd
no good trom litem. I chanced to read one
ul your book and thought I would Rive
your Barsaparllla n trial. I did to, and alter
taking ono bottlo I felt better, and after
Liking 4 bottles I was a new man. I was
sorry I never took it before, for It would
have saved mo very much pain. "
Has curod others, will euro you,
lltde by Dr. J.CAyer Co., Lowell,Mu..U.8.A.
Hollister Drag Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for tho Bepublio ot Hawaii.
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
318 Fort St. - Telephono 91,
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King & Nuuntiu Streets, Honolulu
Choico Liquors nml Fino Boor.
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
Practical Confectioner and Baker,
No 7 Hotel 8troot.
H. G. B1ART.
FINE WATCH REPAIRING.
Islnnd Jewelry mado to ordor,
Souvenir Spoons, Gold wiro
W Island orders solioitod.
P. O. Box 355;ntO. Gortz'B store.
Fort Streot. G2-t
Real Estate Agents
Notary Public and Accountant
Work promptly attended to.
Offiok13 and 15 Kaahumanu
Telophono 639. ju!4 tf
P. O. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
HAVE FOU SALE
A Few Shares of
Palu Sugar Stock,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. Stock.
Hawaiian Government anil 1st
Mortjjapo Sugar Planta
CS?" For particulars apply to
Tho Hawaiian Safo Deposit &
408 Fort Street
'- W Jfe' mx
'i -. Mo. F-
:iN courtroom circles,
PAINEft MONEY BOX IN TUB DIN-
Proerantlnntlon" and "Nolle lroe-
quT'Take Prominent 1'osltlon In
ThU Horning Froceedluc.
In old copybooks, oven bofore
tbo Sponcerian By 8 tern of band
writing was adopted, thia old
saying often appoared; "Procras
tination is the thief of time' By
virtue of frequent copying this
adage was instilled in the youth
ful noddles of thoso who after
wards, like tbo prossul Attornoy
Gonpral, attainod to greatness. It
is doubtful, howovor. if tbo attor
neys who praotico beforo Judge
Perry evor board of it, and cer
tainly nono of tbe criminals
brought beforo tbo bar Judgo
Perry's bar over did. Their
daily procrastination stoaln more
of Judge Perry's time than tho
pooplo at largo nre aware of and,
as was the caso this morning,
sometimes causos a rufllo to over
spread the usually Borono and
pleasant oountenauco of His
Tho Republio of Hawaii was on
hand promptly at the opening of
court this morning in the youth
ful and somowbat inexporionced
person of Attorney Goorgo do la
Vergne, whose knowlodge of tbo
laws of Hawaii combinod with
bis experience in boiling sugtr
ominently qualify him for tbo re
sponsible position of proseouting
attornoy of tbo District Court.
Tho representative of tbo Repub
lic commonood tbo morning's
proceedings by announcing that
tho charge of assault with a weap
on hanging over Lee Quon Ohu
and Geo wan Hin would bo nollo
Sros.'d, as also thoso against
ames McCandless, Arcono and
H. Munnors for a simplo assault.
Tho reasons which impelled tho
Ropublic to this course of pro
cedure did not come out, and
presumably tbey aro still buried
beneath tbo load of care carried
by all eminent legal lights.
Tho caso of John Cural for tbe
larceny of a horse was procrsti
natod to September 3d, after
which tbo Attorney-Goneral's re
presentative ontorod moro nollo
prosequis against four Chinese
uccusod of violating tho regula
tions of that body of which tbo
Attorney-Gonoral is the president
and moving spirit.
A pleasant variation was aflbrd
pd by Mr. Pinico, who pleaded
guilty of soiling spirituous liquors
without a liconso and was liuou
$100 and costs therefor.
Mrs. Hoomanawunui is request
ed to bring another unci shorter
name with hor wbon sbo appears
tor trial on Soptomber 3d on tho
ohnrgo of soiling liquors without
paying the same lieenso that Jim
Pomola and Hanale Kukona
will be tried on tbo samo charge
on tbe 31st of August, and tbon
another nolle pros, was entered in
favor of Albiono acousod of lur
cony. Tbo event of tbo day then camo
on in the case of Sam Makaiko
who is accused of appropriating
tbo sum of seven dollars belonging
to tho Hawaiian Tramways Com
pany. It appoars that tbo money
boxes.which dooorato tbe interiors
of tho rolling palacos of our etreot
car lino and appoalingly call on
tho pubhQ. for donations to as
sist tho company in paying its
two-and-a-half por cent dividend
to bloated English bondholders,
aro provided with a oompartmont
in which the driver may keep bis
surplus ohango and can bo openod
by him at will. In this compart
moiit Mr. John Ah Wa, who on
descouds to servo a soulless cor
poration by whacking muloi at
thirty oonts tho round trip.claims
to lmvo pieced sovon dollars worth
of thoso neat little 10, 25, nnd CO
cont paokagos put op by Man
agor Paino's cashier. Thia
monoy mysteriously disappeared
during an early morning trip and
Mr. Makaiko unfortunatoly hap
pened to bo alono in tbo oar with
tbo box for a short thno until
othor pasHengorB goton.andwaa
aoousod by tho driver of appro
priating tho money. Tho do
foudant deniod having done so
and any knowlodgo of tho exis
tence of any compartment in the
patent contrivances used for de
positing fares which anyono but
Managor Paine could open.
Tho Court found tho dofondanl
not guilty and ordorod his dis
charge. It is said tbero wus much
more behind this case than has
yot oomo to tbo surfaoo, and that
tbe inevitable woman was at tbe
bottom of it.
Tho Court then adjournod for
lunch, and this aftornoon civil
businesn will be taken up.
Tim DOV DETECTIVES
And Their Adventure In Qtieiit of tho
Two native boys, who have evi
dently boon reading dime novels
or bavo beoomo improssod with
tho glory to bo attained by deods
like thoso of Oust m House Oflicer
Oharloy Thurston in bis reoont
successful hauls of opium, con
cluded to make a raid on a Chi
nese house this morning on their
own account. Tho raiding
part was carriod out in a
stylo that might be emulated
by tho looal polico with glory to
tberasolves and advantage to tho
public. Tho two youngsters no
doubt bad tho opium locatod all
right, as thoy liavo two pipos and
othor paraphernalia used in smok
ing to show for it. Thoy turned
tho hotiflo upsido down in search
of tbo drug, and, failing to socure
it, scared Mr. Chinaman into go
ing to tho Polico Station with
On detailing thoir littlo story to
Captain Scott thoy found they
bad forgotten to procure tho
nooossnry search warrant beforo
going through tbo Chinaman's
house, and us a result they aro
now playing checkers with thoir
uobos tlirougu tno bars which
block thoir way to freedom aiid
futuro detective glory.
Beyond confiscating the opium
pipos, etc., nothing could be dono
with tho Chinaman, and ho wus
allowed to dopart.
A charge of conspiracy has
temporarily been pluoed against
tho two lads, who aro quito
SUM'OflEI) AT AN END.
Quarantine Hoped to bo Italncd To
morrowIntended to Ship Immi
grant ThU Evening.
No new casos of cb"lera bad
hoen reported up to 2 p. in. on
this the fourth day uftor tho last
At tbe Health fiico it is lo.irn
ed that quarantino at the island
and on bouses in town will be
An ofTort will bo mado to got
tho fcteamor Kilauoa Hou uwiy
this ovoning with tho labor im
migrants brought by tho 8. S.
Belgio, to bo distributed among
tbo plantations to which they
have boon allotted. A list of thoir
employers, and tho numbor on
gaged by ench, appeared in this
paper about ton daya ago,
Charles Wilcox, secret ry of
tbo Board of Hoalth, drew money
this afternoon to pay off the men
who wero employed in disi-fict-iug.
ATTHE SEAT OF JUSTICE.
itri'oitT on tiii: iioArtD.-riAN wili.
C'onimUalnii to Tnke TeMlmonv
I'rorredlncM at Circuit
Boforo .Tudce Whitintr tcdav.
Doouty Atturnoy Gonoral Carter
ontored a nollo prosoqui m tho
case of Ah Niu and Ah Kau, who
wero boing tried without a jury
for possession of onium. Hart-
well and Stanloy for defendants.
Jb. K. Archer, tax assossor of
Ewa, vs. Antono Poter, nonpay
ment of taxes, is now boing heard
by Judgo Whiting. Carter for
plaintifl; Johnson for defondant.
Judge Coopor, in tbe case of
Sumner vs. Crandoll roported on
argument yostorduy, decided to
appoint a receiver but resorved tho
choico of such.
Enoch Johnson, attorney for
plaintiff, movos to liavo tbo as
sumpsit suit of Antonio Ignacio
vs. D. L. Naono placed on tho
calendar of tho term.
Aswan vs. Pang Lum and Pang
Yok, assumpsit, is being beard by
Judge Cooper. Magoon for plain
tiff; Neumann for defondant.
Judgo Whiting has issnod a
commission to Edgar M. Wilson
of San Francisco, to tnko tbo testi
mony of J. W. Preston for the
new trial of tho libol caso of J. E.
Gomes vb. Huwaiian Gazotto Co.
Preston was a reportor on the
P. O. Advertiser whon tbe alleged
In tho caso of James J. Byrno
vs. Allon and others, and A. Feek,
garnishee, tho plaintiff by his
attoruoys, A. S. Hartwoll and W.
L. Btunloy, has filed an amonded
declaration. The claim ih for
$749.71 and interost from January
1, for work done on tho Oahu
Honry Smith, master, has filed
a roport on tho bill in equity for
an accounting, sued for by Amy
L. Clurko vs G. E. Boardman.
As Ka Mailo storo, which was part
of tho subject of examination,
appeared to bavo boen a failure
as a veuturo, tho mastor confined
bis 'report to tbe accounts of tho
truBt undor tho will oftholato
John Boardman. He finds that
$1842 of tho trust fund was invested
in Ka Malie storo for tho boncfit
of the plaintiff. Tho trust account
shows a balance of .fG42.4G due to
tho trustoos, whereaB if tho in
vestment montioned had not boon
mude tho account would liavo
stood tho othor wuy, with a cre
dit in favor of tho benofioiary of
$1120.25. In conclusion tho mas
tor says, "It is now for tbo Court
to say whothor or not the invest
ment was wisely made, and bow
far the trustoo is liable for tho
Tho Mokolii is expected to
roach Mahukonu tomorrow morn
ing. Tho sale of tho Sans Souci pro
perty by Allen Herbert to Mrs.
Col. Hiiwob is roported, tho ctn
siderution boing 21,000.
Tho current number of tho Ha
waiian is rioh iu illustrations, in
cluding hoad and end pi( cos dono
by photogravure from pen and
ink sketches by Viggo Jacobs in.
Tbo contract for tho brickwork
on tho Von Holt building has
boon awarded to K. B. Thomas
and Georgo V. Lincoln, who
undorbid their competitor about
$1000. Tho contract is for labor
only, tbo brick boiug olroady on