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"With, which is Incorporated the "Independent,3
VOL. l. NO. 121.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1895.
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B. L FINNEY, ManaEcr.
ffi AND PILES CURED EY
Mr. W. JtHNiNos, Adelaide, S. A., formerly
of Hawthorn, near Melbourne,
"rorthopat3or 4 year. I hac been a
Croat sulTeter from rlif"-'" ,tisin ami piles
1 trletl all sorts of lace,, a . I al ili.hed
!k k oil from them. 1 cltaiii '! 1 read aie
m( ynur books and tlioufiln 1 vwniM ple
lout Sarsaparllla u rial. 1 1' J ho.n.ul alter
taklnK one linlllo I fell belter and after
tak'nc 4 hollies I was a new n an. 1 w.i
sorry I inner took It before, lot It uuulil
1i.hl saved mo very much puli ."
Has cured others, will euro you.
Mmli byPr.J.C Ajtr.V - i . Lnwnll,M.u.,tJ.f A
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for tho Iicpublio of Hawaii
TO HAVE llOKi.OWJ'.U KAY $3,000,
from tho I'. It. .V L. AHvicintiuii, at
their hint iiicctint;, would Ijiivo test juu
S."7.o0 iT nioath, fin say, 10 years, a total
of S4,."i()') - :i,(K)0 whin jiiiii mnitcuuu would
lio i-itii"t04l, f l.ntHI $.rilMI iuturvHt in 10
yenis, or Sl.'iU interest iu 1 jear, $l.")0.p)
pel cent uu ??.(,tK)().
CWLoHnun. -M J; ;
Chamber cl Couunercv ltoom: ,
A. V. GEAR,
noxt to Lucas' Alill
, Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Trees
IN THE HIGHER COURTS.
INTT.nF.STIVW IJIIOIMONS HY Till:
Wljhelm vs. l:lilllnn ltllcflli l.opcr
f. ItlcClii'wue) Jiiilcmoiil ICccoril
In Aclil . lillu.
Judgo Coopor of tho First Cir
cuit Court has rotulcTcd a decision
iu Aswan vs. Pang Linn, Pang
Yok and others. It is an action
for tho recovery of n balanco duo
upon two promissory notos for
$1000 each. The transaction was
connected with tho purchase of a
rico plantation at Laie from plain
till'. Only SG00 havo boon paid
on tho notes, and the Court
rouders judgment for tho plaintiff
in the amount of the bulanco to
gothor with iutcrest and costs.
Mugoon for plaintiff; Neumann
Judgo "Whiting of the First Cir
cuit Court has rendered a deci
sion on tho hill for cancellation of
a dood sued out by Fritz J. Wil
lieltii against John Robinson and
Elizabeth and John J. Robinson,
his minor children. John Robin
son executed a mortgago for $450
to Wilholm ou April 30, 1802, to
riiiso another morlgago given to
H. Diniond, and pay expenses pf
ft.. i f vn naif imi rPlwi mnrtrfnoii
wis 'ater inoreasod by $20'2 ."50.
t tins tune a dood of the mort
jfiged property, made by Robin
k'mi to his ohildron on July 7,
1Ss7. was on record. Wilholm
itmdo no B"iuch of tho records
beforo mahing tho advances in
Tho Court decides that the
money advanced by Wilholm to
t.iko up the Dimontl mortgago
was for tin benefit of tho children,
that therefore Wilholm ought to
be nrbrogulful and substituted for
Dimond, and that a lien for $lo0
and interest at 10 jior cent, per
uunntn nttnehes to tho promises
in favor of Wilholm. In the ciso
of the second loan tho Court can
not sustain tho argument that it
wns f r tho benefit of the minor
childieu, and that there is fr the
iiiiHiunt in question, .'02.50, no
clmrgn ujmn tho land in law or
in tcjivty onuring to tho benefit of
The Court cannot find tint tho
dud in question was fraudulent,
noil, having boon made five years
h' Idiu tho debt to Wilholm wa.s
n.curi'cd, could not have been in
tended to defraud Wilhelui. A
conveyance is not to bo set usido
bt-causo it is voluntary but only
on th" ground of frauds in case of
this naturo. Wilholm loaned tho
money on tho land as security,
and he ought to have inves
tigated tho title. Plaintiff
may havo loavo to amond his bill
if, upon examination of tho plead
ings, it should ho so doomed ad
visable to perfect the relief allow
ed by this decision.
Tho decision concludes thus:
"As to the liability of John Ro
binson, I adjudge and order that
ho is indebted to the plaintiff in
tho snui of 't'052 50 and interest
from May 1, 181)1, at 10 per cent,
per annum, for which execution
may issue upon tho filing of the
Castle for plnintifl; Cartor for
iniuojv; Kano for John Kobinson.
In W. C. Achi, trus-tce, vs. S.
K. kila and Maeha, judgmont
record has been ontorcd against
defendants for !?95.7.r and costs of
execution, a total of S100.75.
A S. Hartwoll, attorney for do
feiidiint in A. J. Lopez vs. F. W.
McChesiiey, assiguco, has filed a
brief of thirteen typewritten
pages. Tho plnintifl' asks for
relief in equity to onablo
him to set aside tho judg
mont of $1900 and costs,
obtained against him Juuo 12 last
nt tlio Circuit Court term by tho
defendant, by deducting nn equi
valent amount from a claim of
$7083 against the assignoc which
wns allowed June 19 hist by tho
Court in bankruptcy.
Japan is to havo a new Charge
d' Affaires and Consul-Gonoral
for Hawaii. Ho was expoctcd by
the China but did not como. Mr.
Shimamura is tho appMuteo, and
ho has served as Consul - Gen
eral in Now York and in
Mexico. Ho will havo tho
famo rank hero as had Consul
Gpnernl Fujii, possessing diplo
matic functions. Mr. bhimizn,
tho present Consul-Gonoral, will
remain iu Honolulu.
All tho stalls in tho fishmarkot
have beon moved to tho concrcto
floor on tho mnkai end of the
building. Iirick drains aro now
being laid ou tho mukai ond of
tho market preparatory to cover
ing that with concrete also.
Stono curbing is boing laid to
murk the lino of the streets around
it aud everything in tho neighbor
hood is begining to assume a
Aniuti-iir Athletic Oluli.
This association mot last even
ing at T. M. C. A. hall and de
cided to form a lacrossu team at
once, and tho necessary sticks
woro ordered to bo purchased.
Tho club also dcided to ask tho
-i ii i ., . .i
I uaau uonegu uoy8 wiint iiiey pro
posed to do about football this
year. If tho college will put a
toam in practice the Athletic club
will do likowiso. It was also de
cided to havo a road raco on Sat
uiduy, tho 2Gth inst. z-
Yokiiliiiniu I'lixscncrx Akliaie.
. Four si) loon passengers by tho
steamor China, two of whom nt
least woro from Yokohama, wero
allow od to como into town. Thorn
selves and their bagg.igo woro
first fumigated in quarantine.
The ship camo hero clean, having
h id no iniectiuoj or contagions
sicklies during thopissugp, there
fore the usual ruleof allowing bubiu
jnisseugors to laud without being
subjected to a season of qnai.tu
tino wjis observed.
Henry Old", son of James Olds,
while pissing the residence of tho
British Ministeron King street at
11 o'olock this morning, upon his
bicycle, was thrown from his
wiiool and fell uudor the heels of
tho mules of a passing tramcar.
He was struck on the bond and
qu to severely wounded. Luckily
ho fell between tho rnils,
and although tho car passed
over hi n, ho was otberwbo unin
jured. Dr. Murray attonded him
and pronounces him out of
dangor. Tho accident was
duo to tho chain connection
slipping oil' tho sprocket of tho
The following civil judgments
have been rendoied in Judgo
Perry's court: In favor of a.
Nishimurn and against N. Brohum
by default for 82 19, and in favor
of Mrs. lionnio llilarion against
Peter Martin for .125.55. The
latter case wan for tho wrongful
conversion of a sowing machine,
which the defendant took in lieu
of fS back rout owing to him by
U'tom U, S. Journal i Muliane.)
lux v itliiai t tluti bt treated und can d mure cutcu tliaa
lay living rti;! Ian ; MdHitcriulKa'aoiilfcliinx. W o
He pal'lirfhciuiMvlu ililcu ork on thiiolifea.u uliicb lio
h ndi llh Ahre liottle of ln nlxolntu i arc, frt c lu
drt iii. Wu mlvlito uny,)no wltlilnun care to luldrcp,
Ifof. W. JJ. I'JitK j:, 1' V.,i Udar bt., Sew York.
IT WAS VERY GOOD WINE.
von Fiprv tnts a iioitm: ok
ti:n ci:nts a diumc.
Jim, I'mnrckca IMncd One llitmlreil
Dollum uial Cot I'or Splllim
I.liinor Wltliouln Iilccnuc.
The first individuals to nnswor
to the roll call had by Judg
Porry in tho District Court this
morning wns n gcntloman by the
name of Roggs and a nutiirii who
rojoicos in tho coguomon of
Konwc.imahi, both of whom
took ndvantiiga of tho sa
loons boing open last nigbt
to got gloriously and disgrace
fully drunk, and thoy wore glad
enough to get off with tho usual
f 2 fine and $1 costs fur tho troublo
thoy gavo tho police department.
Joe Rachol, whoso naino ns
copied from tho polico rogister
makes it somewhat diflicult to dotor
miuo whothor he or sho is n lady
or gontleman, forMtcd his or her
bail of f8 rithor than faco tho
majesty of tho law this morning,
and his or her sox will conse
quently romnin a mystory for the
Jack Duaue was also up for
drunkenness, but whother it was
tho saino old drunk or an entirely
now und fumigated edition thoro
of tho rocoid does not show, any
how it cost him !l
Tho charge of violating tho rules
and regulations of tho Hoard of
Health preferred against Sonhor
Crispulo do Assis was dismissed
on motion of the prosecuting nt
toinoy. Tho cases against oleven Chineso
domino floods wa.i continuod to
await tho pleasure of the prosecu
tion. A large proportion of tho Por
tuguese population of tho city was
prosout at tho interesting exer
cises which obtained during tho
trial of a I'ortugueso lady for sel
ling liquor without a license.
Tho Indy's name was Princo-'ca ,
but whether she is any relation to
Hulwer's horoino does not appear,
Sho lives in n house lncubd on
McKibbin'a lane. On tho 8th of
last September Mr. Julius Lnn
donborg mado hor a friendly visit
and was accorded a pri
vate interview iu tho lady's
bed chanibur, which resulted in
the production of a demijohn of
umo. Air. Lumloiiborg paid ton
cents to hsonora Praiicrscn for tho
privtlego of imbibing theieof one
timo, aftor which ho called in
Charles Ott who did likewise.
Pnrthor negotiations resulted in
the purchase of a wholo bottle for
fifty cents more, but tho testimony
shows thoro was not enough wino
left in tho demijohn to fill tho
bottlo and Francesca went
into another room to pro
cure another. Tho record
does not show whothor tho empty
state of tho domijobn was caused
by the sii'.o of tho drinks taken by
tho informers or not.noitlur did it
appear to affect Francesca in tho
least, for sho had moro wino and
filled up a second demijohn, liy
doing this, howevor, she emptied
a barrel, which Ullicer Cordis tes
tified later on had once contained
wino. Cordes is an export on wino
aud according to his own testi
mony can swoar to it by tho smell,
and so can a good many other
people for that mattor. Tho in
formers paid the lady with a Ka
lakaua piooo of silvor which thoy
wero unkind onough to havo pre
viously markod for the purpose,
and taking thirty cents in change
left tho liouso and reported to
Cordes who was waiting near by.
Owing to its boing Sunday
no warrant was sworn
out, and to make out a suro cano
tho informers paid Franc?soa n
second visit on tho following day.
I Probnbly owing to the sizo of tho
drinks tak'-n tho procoding day
wino hud advanced 50 por cent in
price nt tho establishment, and
Julius Lundonberg had to pay 15
cents for a diiuk which was mea
sured out to himinaglnss. Ho tok
Robert Jennings with him this i
timo, but Jonnings uitln nt ovon
got n Btnollof thedomijohn.boing,
as tho intly said, alrtaily hint
drunk. In cn?o of refusal to
supply them with w'ne on this
occasion, it was ngreod botweon
thoo two worthy gentlemen be
forehand that L'liulonbori:
should bo seized with n violont fit of
shaking which would work ou
Francosoa's womanly feelings to
such an oxtont that she would
produco iomo liquor at onco.
Aftor the socotid visit Cordes
nrrosted tho woman anil searched
tho house, finding a bottlo of in
and other liquor, which was con
fiscated. Tho defendant's attor
ney introduced no tostimony in
hor bohnlf and will probably try
to provo a conspiracy nirainst the
informeis when the case gots into
tuo tipper court.
Judgo Porry found the defend
ant guilty and fined lior .$lu0 ami
costs, from which judgmont the
defendant has appoalcd.
Oixtructlon mill nuiiine 'o Slllulc
Tree liy Workmen.
Tho gang of laborers wfio aro
ongagod in trimming tho shade
trues on King, Alakua and other
streets, are performing tho work
iu such manner as to destroy the
beauty of the trees, if not kill them.
One man climbs up into n big
algeroha or monkey ped, and,
armed with a small saw or an fix,
cuts into a hugt limb, us large as
one's leg, perhaps un inch.
Then he will swing out on the
branches and tear tho limb
from the body of tho tree by his
weight. Tho limb is wronchod
and twisted loose, scarifying tho
trunk, stripping oil' bark und in
Tho tougher, lnrdior varictios
may stand this treatment, but
their appearanco is ruined, whilo
moro dolicnto specimens aro
almost cortuin to dio. Tho
shade troos nro tho greatest
beauty of our stroots and avenues,
and u is a shamo to have them
destroyt d by a lot of ignorant
Thoro are 339 c mtr.ict laborers
among tho Chinusu immigrants
uy the ljolgic.
Tho trial of A. JJ. Proita for
malicious injury was commenced
in the Polico Court at 1:30 p. in.
Professor A. N. Jviosuov, Yoko
hama, is registered at tho Ha
waiian Hotel, having arrived by
Dr. Hodgors, secretary of tho
Labor Commission, does not up
near to know where he is at. or
whether thoro is any Labor Com
mission or not, or oven whether
'there will bo one.
Mrs. Fioimaun is coinc to onon
a liibt-claes boaiding and lodging
house in tho JJickson premises ou
lJerotiiuiii street. W. S. JJartlett,
fotmoriy inninigor of tho Hawai
ian Hotel, will bu the steward of
Tho road jtny which visitod
tho old Waikiiii road and vicinity
last Saturday has recommended
tlio widening of tho John Euu
road to GO foot. Tho bridge over
tho Piinuio stream is being ro
plauked, but it is rociiumondod
that a stono bridge bo erected iu
its plnco, which recommendation
will probably bo carried out in
tho sweot mahnpe.
In Your lllooil
I the cinccol that tlnd, languid ftelliif;
Hhlili altlicU at till acauii. 1 lie hlood U
iliipnie and has In mine thin Olid poor, That
Is liy )oii hur no litiij;lli, mi uppetlte.e.in
iiotuktp. I'm If) your blood tith llood'ii
SarMiparilln, uliich will flu' mil an appetite,
tone join ituiiiaih, und lnWi;urnte )our
llnon'H I'll i.K are eay to take, eaiij in ac
tlou aud sure iu e licet. V'.
GLASSES TO BE RESUMED.
at Tin: vni:tj mi:n-s ciiuisriAx
Tvpeu'rlllnu, UooUkcrpliiK, Stci:
crnphy, nrnuliii; uiul Sliiuuz
i'lii.ar. lo lip ( oiithiiicU
On Monday ovening noxt at
tho rooms of tho Young Men's
Christian Association, t . enroll
ment of pupils for the vario :s
ovoniug educatioual classes .n
connection with the inst t t;on
will tako place, and intending
pupils should present themselves
Tho clnss in typewriting will be
held ovory Moudny evening at 7
o'clock with J). W. Corbett as
instructor, and ho has tho asur
nnco of a Inrgo number of pupils.
JJookkeeping will bo taught or.
Tuesday ovoningsat tho same hour
under tho supervision of W. W.
Harris, tho well-known bookkoep
or of Lowers fe Cooko.
T. 15. Potrie, tho stenographer
for Castle & Cooko, takes the clasu
iu shorthand every Wednesday
ovening nt 7:30.
Mechanical drawing will be
taught on the same ovoning at tho
simo hour by Professor Colston of
On Friday evonings at 7.30,
Piofesor E. Cooko, a recent ar
rival lrom Portland, Oregon,
whoro ho was prominent in Y. M.
C. A. work, will instiuct a class
To supply thc demand f u- fur
ther instruction of young mots
who have latoly left school and
dcsiio to continuo their studies iu
tho ovoning a class in reading,
writing, arithmetic and grammar
is also to bo formed, which will
meet on Monday and Thursday
evonings at 7 o'clock.
All of tho above studies will bo
conducted in tlio new cluss rooms
over tho gymnasium which havo
lecontly beon described in theso
These classes, together with
thoso in tho gymnasium to bo in
augurated noxt week, aro open to
all, irrespective of mombprship
in tho Association, und will not bo
connected in any way with religi
ous oxeroiscs conducted under tha
auspices of tho Association. Ap
plicants must be of good moral
character and confirm thomsolvos
to the proper rules and regulations.
Now that every dopattmout of
tho institution is in a completed
stato, Secretary Corbott intonds
to miiKo tho work dono worthy of
its elegant quarters, nnd with
thoso associated with him will
spare no dibits to accomplish tha
ends for which tho Association,
There is still n little business
in the Hoard of Hoalth office in
connection with quarantine.
Hig yollow labols of "Permit
ted'" decorato packages of giods
boing trucked to the steamers.
O. It. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, cm.
furnish nest factory references. "
Orders left at Hawaiian Nows Co.
will recoivo prompt attontion. All
work guariintoed to ho tho same
as dono in factory.
A Chinamnn was coinoollod
to substitute corrugated iron
for redwood boardiug Jin,
n now building within thoi fire
limits on Ahikoa etroot. Thougi..
not pretty tho shanty is reason
ably safo against fire.
ThoRov. Mr. Catlin has discov
ered u passogo in tho Riblo tbaS
pronounces "woo to tho womtvn
who bows pillows to all nine
holes," but tho rovorond gontlo
man's discovery will not atHss