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"With, "which iff Incorporated 1he. "Independent,"
VOL. i. NO. 12a.
HONOLULU, II. I.. THURSDAY, 0CT0J3ER 10, 1895.
PltlCE f CBNTG.
"With which Is Incorporated tho iNiinrnxn-
Hawaiian CopyrlRlit by A. V. Gkaii,
Jnuo 22, lSfl,ri.
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RESTORED TO HEALTH
IIY TBK t'HK HP
3tr. It. A. dimming, of Ynrrmlllc,
Victoria, Austrulla, ftuysl
"Alinuta year ago, I had a net pro attack
ot Influenza, wlilrh left me very weak, with
out energy, appetite, nr Interest In life. Olc
talnlnir llttlo or no relief from doctors, or
tromthomany remedies iccnmmcnded tome,
I finally tried Ajcr's .Sar.iaiarllM,and from
that time, I began to pain health and strength.
t contlnueil the treatment until fully recov
ered, and now havo wry irreat pleasure In
tcIIInKinyfiiondsnf tho merits of Ayer's Bar
i.ipaillln, an.) thehapp) results of Its use. I
consider it the test hlood-purlller Miami."
II I.IMM.W II IMIIIM II !! ..II.H..I, IIMI
Ha3 curotl others, will euro you.
SIdcbyl)r.J C.ArcrAro.,LonvU.Ma .U.S.A.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Aleuts for tho Kepublie of Hawaii.
TO HAVE HOHKOWNI) SAY 9.1.000.
I from the 3.'. 11. .V li. Association, at
their last meeting, would huvo cost you
SS7.50 per month, for nay, 10 yearn, a total
of 4,.rU0- .'1,000 when your lnortRaRo would
bo cancelled, if l.SOOIfiW) interest iu 10
yeiu-s, orSICO intorubt in 1 year, $150fl
pcroaut ou .'),000.
Chamber ol Commerce llooms,
A. V. GEAlt,
noxt to Lucas' Mill
)? y &1-3
v V J
Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Trees
. A SI'K 1ALTY
PETER AND SAM PEDRO.
ItlAKE A LOT OV TKOUI11.K I'OH
A Question of Veracity Wlitcb
Would Puzzle Kins Salomon
Conies Itclore JikIso l'crry.
Tho first business of tho pro
siding justice of tho District Court
of Honolulu this morning was to
dismiss tho chnrgo of extortion
against 11. N. Boyd, which arose
out of the mnttor nt Pnuoa valloy
dotuilcd in this payor yesterday.
Pud's assault and buttery enso
was remandod to tho 22th, and
incidentally His Honor attended
to tho immodinte and pressing
dosiro of a couplo of drunks to
got an 'oyo-openor," by imposing
iho usual Ano and dirocting that
thoy bo sot freo upon tho paymont
Ah I 'nu ought to havo waitod
nnothor day before visiting his
friends in Pnuoa valley. Ho
would havo saved .2 if ho hud bo
sides getting into a pilikiu with
tho Board of Ho.ilth and police.
Two Boforraatory School es
capes pleaded guilty of running
away from that institution be
fore time was called. Ku
wai wtid sent buck to sorvo
out hissontonco, butUaole, boing
a hard cuso, was coiumittod to
Oehu Prison whero Jailor Low
will Ron fluif. lio lnltnru linrd ntilil
; the 3d day of November noxt
lion his poriotl of reformation is
expected to os))iro.
TomitiDgu withdrew his ploa of
not guilty and confossed that ho
hud violated tho Houid of Health
rules, and in cousid ration thoreof
his soutenco was suspended ti.l
Leo Choi's trial for having
,pitim in possesion comes oiTou
tho loth, when Paul Noumuuii
will endeavor to show to the
Court that his client is innocent.
ATtiktiimi will bo tried on that day
also on a charge of selling spiritu
ous liquors without a license.
Ho Kwni pleaded guilty to do
ing business in opium and his
sentence was suspondod, while a
similar charge against Chun Ling
uiirt nollo pros. 'd.
Tho only diversion to tho usual
run of cases iu the District Court
tins morning was furnished by
tho rial of Petex Pedro, who was
uccusod by his biothor Sam
Pedro, of using thieatoning lan
guage and pointing a pistol . t
him, whorotoro ho thinks lie
should bo put under bonds to
keop tho peace and bo otherwise
do dt with as to His Honor may
seoui meet ami just. J.A. Mngoon
ass.stod in the piosecutiou und S.
K. Kauo uppeurod for tho de
fense. Sam I'odro said that ho livos at
Kulihi and that Poter livos noxt
door to him, that they both cul
tivate turo ou land which wes his
father's but is now divided hi
tweon them by n fence. Ho had
a littlo goat and this littlo animal
inadonll tho trouble. On the2lst
of yoptomber ho tied tho goat in a
placo which goats ought not to bo
tied, at least ho says his brother
told him so and cut tho goat loose
and in so doing causod tho trouble.
oaoh other Sam says ho dared
Poter to conio ovor tho fonco, but
instoad of doing so Potor went to
his houso and got u pistol
and climbing to tho dizzy
hoights of a banann troo throa
tenod to oxtorminato him. Sam
then ran away.
Palokai suid sho was Sam's
wifo and corroborated hor hus
band's testimony, adding that tho
two mon wore always quarreling.
.For tho dofonso Potor Podro
testified that ho had hoaul the
testimony given by his brother
and that it was ull Hos, and that
instead of outting tho ropo ho had
callod Palokai to t.iko tho Koat
away from his sido of the fence.
Ho Uatly coutradtctod thobalunco
of Sam's testimony and produood
his own wifo Knlua as a witness
in his behnlf. This lady also
sworo that Sam and his wifo both
told lies and Hint hor husband
never had a pistol.
With a brother and a wifo oach
testifying diametrically opposite
to tho othor brother and wifo, it
viih no wondor that J initio Porrv
had to go homo autl cotisult his
Biblo to soo what King Solomon
would havo done under similar
At 2:.'10 o'clock His Honor will
take up tho counter charge of
Potor against Sam for an assault,
whon something may tujn ui to
help him in rondoriug justice
At present it looks as if tho law
held a fist full of trumps and will
succood in catching both Pedros.
NATIONAL HAND AIIIIOAII.
Hon- tho Ilnya Arc llelng Koonird by
n C'lilcnuu JlmiHcer.
By a recent mail tho Uuxi.ktix
has received a h.indsotnely priutt-d
programmo of tho Hawaiian Na
tional Band.sent from Chicago with
tho compliments of 1. W. Aylott.
It contains a brief history of tho
bind and is finely illustrated
with individual and group pictures
of tho musicians. Prof. J. S.
Liboruio iu uniform, decorated
with modals and with faxo
phono in hand, is por
trayed on tho first of tho eight
pagos. Thoro is an oxcllont nic-
turo of Mr. Aylett, and a two-pago
picturo ot tlio on tiro baud is as
clear nB photo-engraving could
mnko. Thore is also a good grouji
picturo of tho gloo club contingent
of the band.
Among tho many pross notices
givon the following from tho Chi
cago Inter Ocean is hero selected:
"Yosteiday uftornoou tho em
jiloyeos of tho Inter Ocoan were
cercuadi'd by tho Royal Hiwaiiau
Baud, composed ontircly ofnativo
Hawaiians. Tho baud plays and
sings tho plaintive Hawaiian nirs
with much wnrinth, while the
selections from tho latest Europ
oun operas aro roudered with
groat artistic skill. All trailic was
blocked while tho band rondored
its selections, but at the close tho
wave of rapturous applause that
i-"Su from tho multitude showed
that the eil'orts of tho dul:y
musicians wore highly appreci
ate. This ntivol band will com
mence a two week's engagement at
Lincoln Park Bunch totnonow.''
Hore is tho programme that
appears on tho double page with
tho picturo of the full band:
March Amtrlctiu ItepiiMlc Tliltle
() erl ore-William Till Ihw.lnl
Saophone Solo Star I.lliomlo
lly the l.eadir
Dim rlptloii Fautattlc In the Clock Store
SiNoi'dls: The apprentice opens the tore
In lhe mornlnj,' and ulnds iiji the different
clocks, thu ticking of nhiih Is Ilium
trated hy the mutlc, which ;radu
nlly develops Into a miuleal Imitation
of a clock tore. The cuckoo clock etrlkis
the hour, alter which thuilicpMiumlof an
other clock In heard. The alarm iloek then
rliurs a mcrrv rattle, followed hy the trlklnir
of another clock In harmony with the music.
Tlio apprcntlie thin whiffles n little tune.
Alter this the clink that contains the chlmti
gradually runs down und btops. The
hoy winds it up upiln, nud then thu
miniature chimes of a Scotch Cathedral are
In -aid Iu the dMauce. Now that ull the
eloiks are In ruiiiiliu; older the apprentice
looks aller his othir work, und wcicauithe
I"IIT II. VOCAL
Aloha to Hawaii Hedluj;
(CmnpiiM'd In honor of the late KIiil' on
ids departure tor a lslt to thu United
Serenade Mai polna oe l.i'u Sl.cr
Mulanal aim ka Makanl King Knlakaua
llc.iutlful llreeeof Ilawuil.
One, Two, Three, Four Oillig
A'.olm Od (rurewell to T'lieo
Overturo Around the Metropolis.. Merger
Waltz Over tlio Wavts Itosas
Selection l'lantatiou Sonjjs . .C'onteruo
.iarcu iuccu i.iuuujiaiuiu iwuxi honj
Including Star Spangled llatmer uud Ha
L. B. Kerr bus received by the
Australia a now lino of Scotch
ginghnms, whito and croam
cropons and whito cotton duok
for ladies' and children's dresses.
A MORNING WITH MORGAN.
A VAL17AII1.E MIIItAllY SOLU AT
TKIIY LOW PlllCi:it.
members oftlie I.f nl l'rnternlt)' I'ltk
Up Ilarcnlns-Nrcnes In mi
Thoro twas quite u good attond
rtuco at Morgan's auction sale of
tho library and oflict) fixtures of
tho late Arthur P. Peterson, hut
buyers were not ns plentiful ob
spectators and consequently thoso
who did purchnsosncuredb.irg'iins.
Tho Bale commenced with the law
library, and n couplo of volumes
of old Blaakstono's Com
mentaries brought only two
bits o.ich, pricos which
wore low enough to raise a gronn
from the corpso of that lonrnod
commoutittor. Chancellor Rents'
Commentaries did not do much
bettor, as four volumes of the same
iu excellent condition only
brought $2.25. Thoy are worth
49 when thoy aro new. Many other
valuable law books went for a
moro song, from 25 cents to n dol
lar a volumo, until Auctionoor
Morgan got disgusted and switch
ed off to tho office fixturos.
Tni Chan got a bargain whon
he bid in a Raymond ifc Wiltshire
safe for $25. Ollico tublcs brought
from 25 cents to a dollar. An
elegant black walnut ollico tablo
with drawers and cupboard wont
to Hawkins, tho pecond hand
doalor, for $8. J. P. Testa got
a number of bargains in
tho shnpo of book oases,
pigoon-holo cupboards, etc., bo
sidos materially increasing his
law library at a small oxponso.
J. A. Macoon was tho largest
purchaser of law books, and tho
low prices tompted evon Harry
Armitugo and C. D. Chnso to in
vest. Many books yet remain to
A salo of funis also took plaoo
and somo spirited bidding fol
lowed ovor somo fancy specimens.
At ono time Harry Armitago and
tho auctionoor were bidding
against each other on ono pot of
ferns until Morgan had to quit
and Hurry secured the prize.
Pricos realized wero from fifty
cents to S2 75 per pot.
When tho roportor loft a large
quantity of furniture and miscel
laneous articles still romained to
A Unique Dei Ice.
M. G. Silva of tho Tomplo of
Fashion has recently rocoived a
unique dovico called "Tho Crystal
Pushion Plato." It consists of a
plate or card, about five by eight
inchos in size, made of somo
transparent material, presumably
gelatine. Upon this is printod
tho ontlino of a figure in costumo.
The fonturos, otc, uro lithogrnph
ed in colors nnd tho figure sur
rounded with a dull gold back
ground. By plaoiugthoplatoupon
upon a bolt of cloth or trimming,
tho material shows through tho
transparent portion of tho plato,
thus giving an exact idea of tho
dross or costumo as it will appear
whon mado up. It is flife to say
that overy shopper in Honolulu
will call at tho Tomplo of Fashion
during tho noxt few days to soo
this now wrinklo.
r.'rAM rr v. .Tnumal vf Medicine.)
frof.W.ll.Picke,wliomakesiipcdHr of Epilepsy,
has without doubt treated and cured more cases tbau
my livlni! Physician ; Mssucccisli aitnnl.li iik. yt o
iavc heard of cases of 20yenrs't'indini!curcd by htai.
,cn!ls with a laryo hultlu Of his nhsohitu cure, trie to
Prof. W. JL l'KEUU, F. V.,4 Ceir bt., New Vork.
IMtAYflt IN IlISTItKSS.
KeinlnUeence of tlio I'nmnua Ship
wrcrk ofThree Yanr Auo.
The following is frmi tho Dio
cesun Magazine. It refers to tho
famous marine disastor of
1892, in connection with which
tho editor of the Bulletin
was prosecuted for criminal libol,
at the instance of Minister Stevons,
becaueo ho had published letters
from anonymous Amorican citi
zens roflooting on tho noglect to
sond the U. S. S. Boston out
promptly to soarch for a missing
boat, whoso company included
tlio captain of tho lost
ship, his wifo and child:
"It is Htill frosh in tho memory
of our roaders, how a boat's crow
of tho J. A. Cumpboll was rescued
by Capt. J. E. Eldorts on tho
coast of Puna, after boing 32 days
on tho open son, uud for the last
six without food or wator. Thoy
had a Biblo and hymn-book with
them. On a sheet of foolscap
folded in the Hymn-book which
thoy loft with Capt. Elderts was
tho following prayer written in
pencil in a clear round hund:
" 'O Lord our heavenly fathor,
look down on us poor siilors iu
this boat tonight, and have mercy
on us, 0 Loid.do not punish us
moro than wo can boar. If it bo
thy will O God, will you send us
rain, that wo may have wutor to
drink, wo know, O God, you enn
do this thing if it plouso thee O
God. Will you consider ourpun
ishmout ouough, nud open tho
floodgates of heaven, we thank
thee O (iod for all other me.rcios
beslowed, and wo pray to thee O
fathor that ymt will give us
strength to boir up under this
trial, and not lose faith in thy
futtiro goodness teach ns to bo
btrong O God, help us to know
and praise thy namo. Grant us
thoso morcies for tho suko cf thy
Son, our Saviour Jesus Christ.'''
tui:y wi:iu: ii:ai.
An Importer r.xpljilim (lie Diieom-
nl' Certain lint;.
Epitou Bulletin: I noticed in
your issue of last evening, mi ar
ticle bonded "Cruelty to Hogs,"
and fearing it might ctuso an.
otior chohra scaro will simply
stato: Your inform ition was iur
tioularly correct. Tho hogs ho
refers to no doubt In-lunged to me,
and ero this aro in barrels con
verted by stoain into soap greaso.
I admit thoy "wore lying on tup
of each othor, foot up, throo or
four deep" anil that their "feot
woro tiod." Thoy boing doad
whon taken from the steamer, the
drayman did not think it cruelty
to pile four of them feet up ou
tho hind end of his dray in order
to bettor tio them to keep thorn
from robing oil'. It would bo a
good idoa, 1 think, to send your
reporter to Mr. A. Chisholin,
earner Fort and King streets, who
will furnish him with a pair of
leather goggles at my expense,
that w.ll enable him in tho futuro
to distinguish doad hogs from livo
ones. In justice to myself and
others 1 trust you will givo this
equal publicity to tho nrticlo re
P. V. PonTKit.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1895.
Extinguishing Finns. Ono of
tho old school readers furnishes
some excellent firo rulos which
run thusly. Yoll as much ns
possiblo, throw all minors and
ohinawaro out of the windows,
persons bolow will receive thorn
upon their heads, wrap the coal
souttlo up iu n blanket and lower
it carefully to tho ground, pluce
tho tongs astride of yonr shouldor
nnd carry thom gently down stairs,
got oxcited. Whon tho hubbub
has coased go to Brown it Kuboy's
and thoy will roplncoyour missing
jowolry and cutlery at reasonable
fHE BOARD OF HEALTH,
iito:r.i:iiN:s at Tiir itr.;ui,An
I'lsh 'nulit Oatnlile ol Thin District
Mu) lie Mold Under Ccrttn
Tho Board of Hoalth resuraoc
its regular Meekly sessions yes
terday nftornoon and much accu
mulated business was biMuub.
A communication from tht
K.aiini physicians to President
Smith, explanatory of thoir action
in quarantining that island against
Honolulu, was rend and filed.
Forty throo lepers woro ordered
transferred from the roceiviner
station to Molokai.
Katnohnmeha school was al low
ed to isolato for a period of five
days six scholars from an iufecteil
district, and a discussion took
p'neoon the policy of rofusing to
admit scholars from tho infected
districts to the schools when it
was shown they all tninglod to
gether in piny and otherwise im
mediately alter school hours. Dr.
Wood thought it would bo safe to
allow ovory child to attend school
from next Monday, and an ordet
to that efioct will probably be
It was ordered that tho gmrds
bo withdrawn from all tho valleys,
oxcopt at the Pali and Mtunnlut;-,
aud that in futuro Nuuanu stream
be patrollod by tho military.
rrusiiioni omuurpportod thur
ho had condemned an addition
al thrco-quartor aoro patch of
taro in tho Wnipilopilo district
and his notion was approved bv
Tho committco appointed to
nscortain tho amount and value of
the tttro alroady destroyed askotl
for further time. Granted.
The qiiar.intiiio at the insnne
Asylum was docliirodorf.no choloni
having broken out during a week.
A long discussion on the tisb
problom then ensued, which wns
finally ondod by allowing tho salt
of all fish caught outsido tho Ho
nolulu district under cortiin re
strictionsand such govornmout in
spection as may bo doomed neces
sary. Dr.E.norson andMr.Keliipioi
wore appointed a committee oils
After n discussion relative tr
Chinese physicians, and espocinl
ly tho methods practiced by the
Chinosi doctor who was allowed)
to attend a countryman at tho
oholora hospital, which ended
without action, tho Board ad
journed. A Country Without AnlmiiU.
Japan is a land without the.,
domestic animals. It is this lack
which strikes the stranger so for
cibly in looking upon Japanese
landscapes. Thoro aro no cow,-:
the Japiineso noithcr drinkE
milk nor eats moat. Thoie. are
but fow horses, and thoso aro im
ported mainly for the uso of for
o'guors. The freight carts in city
streots aro pulled uud pushed b
coolies aud tho plonBiiro cnrriag4
are drawn by men. Thore are but
few dogs, and theso aro neither
used ns watch dogs, beasts of bur
don nor in hunting, oxcept by
Thoro aro no shoop iu Japnc
and wool is not used in clothing
silrc and cotton boing tho staples!
1 hero aro no pigs pork is an un
known articloofdiot, and bird is
not used in cooking. Thoro are
no goats, or mules, ordonkoys
N ihl animals there aro, however "
and in particular benrfl of onor-
mens sizo. Ono of these Mr.
I' moli saw, stulled, in a mtisoum, .
ho describes as "big as an ox.""
Bosido anolhor stulled niuseurtt.
boar is presorvod, in alcohol, tho.
mangled body of a child tho bear
had eaten just boforo boing kilj
td. AVw Yo-k Recorder.
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