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"With, -which is Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. l. NO. 124.
HONOLULU, II. I.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 11. 1895.
PltlCB f OKN IU
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With wlilcli Is incorporated tliu Iniie.'K.niv
Ilnwnilau Copyrifilit liy A. V. Okui,
Juno 22, IbO.'i.
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B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Mr. Ceo. 1V lSnrtricr, Krczictrnvii, Vn.,
writ en, uh folio kii i
" Shortly aftrr .wivinR rollon, I w tuuh.cd
with a nVfn i)lcain wliirh nhnwrd Iim If, tint, nt
the Mikh'. )'hylciiiiifl jinmonm. J it l-czuii.i,
find treitvtltmi for that cm.ditlnl Tim t-rup.
tlou crept pluuly tin my limb and on thu iMidy,
11 tit tl It PUl'1otl lilt' violt fr uni. It gJiv litn
lhtlitUe trouble with confetti: I Id l.ln. noting ntT
of dry cilm,aud a watery lii.i id which tuull
1 Jf -Mil
cxtnlo front nmlor tin ntl. I trcMnl It fn?
mcr three jean unu I'Wul'v, and was niuMo
to rhvrk It, until I It n u-lntf rt'ti Sir Klin
rllla. I used three u) vi . i(i m iHdu and
w.i completely curt'd my akin lutbtulot; n
mootti and clear m In tor l."
Has Cured Others, Will Curo You
Hollister Drug Co., .L'd,
Bolo AKents for the llepublio of Hawaii.
C TTW. Mf MtfWWAIM
Soutliiii TuterustiDS !
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
fuoji jan. 1st to ju.m: 1st, 1895.
G H Mumru it Co.'a extra
1'oinmory it Grono 11 ,7!)8
Moet tt Ohandon 9,01)8
Hoidsteok it Co., (dry
Louis Itoedurcr !i -1:58
lluinart ,'l :()
Perrier Jouot ,' 3(i
Irroy & Go 1,785
Yve. Clicquot ii,.'J78
Bouchb St-c U)2
Dolbeck & Co 72S
St. Mnrcoiux X)
Krug & Co 271)
Chns Hoidsieck Jl.'iB
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
Solo Agonta for G. II. Mumm t Co
for tho IliiwHiiiin IdlnudH
SALE OF FISH PERMITTED.
DAVID KKI.IU'IO AI'POINTri)
It OnuOnlr be Sold nt IheTInrkpt mid
'limn tliulrr crtnln
At u Rpccml mettitiR of tho
Boiud of Hcultb 'otordny nfter
r.oon tho spccml comraittoo on
the h.iIo of IihIi Toportcd as fol
lows, tho mnttor Tjeiug hold under
advisement until this morning:
1. Tho taking "f scalofish, shell
(tali, or miy product of tno sea or
water from any pond, stream,
crook, inlot, bay or harbor, or up
on tlio riea to n distance of two
milop'nnt from tho shore, betwom
Diamond Houd Point and Ah tin
t'oint, and from mountains to the
sea, is hereby strictly prohibited.
2. All scale fish and lobsters
from tho waters of Onhu, outside
of the nbovo limits, may bo ex
pobul for sale in tho Honolulu
Murket, but not elsewhere within
tho limit prescribed in Suction 1.
by the obsorvanco of tho follow
ing conditions, viz:
First Conveyance of said fish,
etc., into tho limits abovo men
tioned shall bo along tho public
road which is tho continuation of
King stroet, at Moanaltta, or by
tho regular trains of tho Oaliu
railroad, or along tho Nuuaini
avonuo and its continuation, or
along Boietania street and its
I eastward continuation.
Second .Nono of tho articles
above prohibited shall bo convoy
ed or brought into tho prohibited
limits by any other route or by
sen, oxcept the fish known ns ka
wakawa, aku, alii, maloo, puhikit
and ilieihi), and those on tho enn-
jdition that they nro landed at tho
hshmarkot and immediately
presontod for tho iusioction ot
tho Inspector in Chief.
Third-Each lot of fish nbovo
mentioned, boforo entering the
above limits, shall be inspocteri
and obtain a certificate signed
by an inspector or guard author
ized by the Board of Health, said
inspectors or guards to bo station
ed at points to ho designated horo
pter on the nbovo permitted
routes of entrance.
Fourth Said cortificatos sin 1!
ho on forms provided by tholWul
if lloalth, and shall snecifv tho
kind and number of containers
used, the diameter and inoasuro
or amount of tho fish contained in
o eli uontuiuor, and the name of
the carrier or carriers.
Ffth -Knid passes shall, as soon
as possiblo, be prosentul by tho
carrier or carnors with the aiti
cliss and in tho identical contain
ers specified in said passes, to the
Inspector in Chiof, who will bo
stationed at the market in Hono
lulu, and on locoiving a permit
rfigm-d by said Inspector in Chiof,
will bo allowed to expose said fish
tor salo at such stall or tablo in
s.iid market, as said Inspector In
Chief shall direct, and not olso
wlioro within tho prohibited
Sixth Permits for tho sale of
fish must bo renewed each day.
3. Any pared or container of
fish not corresponding as to con
tainer or contonts, with tho des
cription givon by tho inspector or
guard on tho routo, shall he li
able to immediate and summary
confiscation by tho mspoctor at
1. An inspector or 'guard au
thorized to grant passes for bring
ing fish within tho limits of Komi,
Ouhu, will bn on duty ut Moana
lua road. On tho regular trains
c uning from Ewa to Honolulu, at
the l'uli, Nuuann road and at
Wuialao, continuation of Boro
C. Tho Inspector in Chiof at tho
Ionolulu market will bo on duty
for tho gra.iting of pormits from
tho hour of a.m. t p m.
each day oxcept Sundays.
0. Fish from tho other islands
shall not bo admitted unloss ac
companied by u cortifioate signed
by tho pursor or froitrht clork on
tho already mentionod certificate, j
and shall bo landed only at such i
wnari ns may bo designated by
the Inspector in Chief.
7. Any uerson who shnll violato
tho nbovo regulations shall bo
liable to a fine of $100.
At this morning's meoliug of
the Board tho recommendations
of tho eommitteo were adopted
with a fow unimportant changes.
David Koliipiu was appointed
government inspector of fish at
a salary of !fl5 per week, and
ho will bo required to
personally oxatnine eich lot of
lish and iiscortaiu whoio it was
caught boforo item be exposed
After ordering that guards be
placed ovor tho fish ponds nt tho
mouth of tho Wuipilopilo stream
tho Board adjourned.
the oaaii:ki: piast.
Succeux of a Ncv .Tlnclilne fur Sllc
lut: llir Hoot.
Spoaking of the canaigro plant
which Commissioner Mansion is
trying hard to introduco in these
islands u late San Francisco paper
" Out of tho deserts of Arizona
thoro has sprung up anothor in
dustry that promises to add to tho
wealth of tho Pacific Coat and
render usoful many acres of land
that might othorwiso long romain
barren and worthless. This is
tho cultivation of iho wild can
aigro root and its shipment to the
East for tanning purposes. Tho
Si. n Diego Sun leports that it al
ready .'iinoiints to a considerable
industry and says: 'A steam
chopping machine was brought on
which a local ninoliinist altered so
that instead of mincing it shaves
tho root into thin slices. These
are then put into a large cylinder
and pressod into bales for ship
ment. The piojoct is a buccoh.'
" This, however, is not all. Out
of tho succibi of tho canaigro in
dustry has como a project for es
tablishing a tannory somowhoro
in Southern California. Thus
ono enterprise loads to anothor
and I'aoifio Const development
goes on with a constantly increas
ing into of progress. on.
y. .n. v. a. ?ii:kiim;.
HcpurlM ol" OlliicrM ami Coniliilttrva
l'or Tho IUoiiUik.
The monthly mooting of the Y.
M. C. A., hold last night, was
largoly attended and ronowed in
terest was manifpstod in the ailuirs
of the Association.
Dr. Hyde reported on his re
cent visit to Molokni, and sug
gested nnny ways in which the
institution at tho lepor sottlomont
could bo aided.
Tho treasurer's report for tho
two months ended Oct. 4, 1895,
was as follows: Receipts, fl73. -71;
expenditures. H 70.08; balanco
oash on hand, f.'l G.'l.
Secretary Corbott reported tho
work done during tho past two
months, and called attention to
tho notd of book casos and shelv
ing in tho rending room. Ho
aUo suggested tho lattor should
bo made mosquito proof, and
stated that tho coming of .Mr.
Yatman, the evangelist, was in
Tho Devotional, Library and
Physical Department Committees
H'Yom If. 8. Journal t.f Medieine.
nun without doubt treated and cured more caien than
tend Ith a largo linttl of Inn alwolulu cure, f r v to
1'rof. W. II. 1'KKKlt, Pl).,i Cedar St., New York.
GUILTY OF FOOT-BINDING.
llemtrkaliln Tentliiiuii)- of tlio ctilld
1Vlioo l'eel u'era lluuud'-Otlier
'1'iillco Court Nulr.
There was not much business
fir Judge Perry to transact this
morning, tho ond of tlio weok
being at hand and the polico court
calendar being pretty woll cleared
The chnrgo against Ah Tuck f-r
an assault and battery on All
Kwni was nolle pros.'d, nnd the
fifty dollars bail monoy deposited
by tho defendant ordered returned
to him to his great joy and heuit
Tho irroprossiblo Jack Kano
bobbed up serenely in Court this
morning ou a charge this time of
boing a common evory-day nui
siiico. His trial is sot fur tho
Potor, Pedro bus furthor com
plicated tho troubles of tho Pedro
family by causing his wifo to pre
fer a charge of assault ngiinst his
brother's wife, who with her hus
band is out ou 25 bail until tho
The enses of Ah Choc for assault
and Chung Lum for violating
passport laws wont over.
Tho h.ilaiico of His Honor's
time was taken up with tlio trial
f Leong Clung Keo who was
charged with foolhinding, tho
practice of which was condemned
by tho special session of the first
legislature of tho Bepublic and a
special law pissed prohibiting it.
This was tho first caso to come up
under tho now law and Mosr.
Hart well and Stnn'.oy were
roiained for the dofonso.
The complaint stites that the
dofendant, being a free agent,
is charged with permitting
and countenancing and being a
party nnd privy to certain foot
binding, to wit: the compressing,
mutilating, injuring and deform
ing the feet of a certain female
child' Ah Lin by niiiuo, and nino
yeai'd of ago, in EInnolii'u, during
ono mouth prior to October 3d,
Ah Lin turned out to ho rather
a hard and somewhat mixed wit
noss for the prosicntion, for in
aiibwor to questions she said: '"My
feet hnvo never biou hound.
1 hnvo worn thoso shoos sinco
my feet woro unbound, that is.
loosened about a weok ago JJid
not soo Dr. Kinorsou Inn my feet
woro unbound about a woek ago.
Don't recollect having my picturo
taken and did not know I was
coming into Court to testify nor
that my fathor was arrested.
Don't know what was douo to my
feet before I put on thtso shoes
which I have boon wearing for a
woek. Don't know who has boon
taking care of mo the last fow
months, llavo uevor seun tho
Dr. Emeison testified that about
ten days ago ho examined tho
girl's feet in tho presonco of wit
nesses and a photographer. Tlio
girl unbound tho burning' s and
he found tho foot woro much
dwarfed and deformed from being
bandaged in Chineso fashion.
Tho littlo toos wore boat under
and on to tho soles of tho foot, and
tho foro part of the foot was bent
back to tho hool and kept in that
position by bandages, causing u
dislocation of tho bonos of tho in
btop. Hang Sam said ho was a polico
officer and that tho dofendant hnd
told him thofoothindingwas nono
of his businoos, that his wifo at
tended to it, although ho admit
ted having seen it done.
Tho dofonso niado an eil'ort to
strike out tho testimony of tlio
labt witnoes, on the ground that
tho defendant had not boon warn
ed that tho testimony might be
used against him, but wen over
ruled by tlie Court.
Tho Court found tho dofendant
guilty and imposod n fine of 'fL'o.
His attorneys will nppoal tho enso
to tho Supremo Court ou points of
Diiov.Ni:n in tiii: iiauiioii.
Thr Hoily nfn clilnpnc I'lcked Up Off
llic Irrnuiinl Wlinrr.
Tho body of a doml Chinaman
was found Hotting in the hurbor
ut 4 o'clock this morning by Cus
toms guard Paul Johnson. The
tido was running out and the
body, which had ovidontly been
in tho wator for sovoral days, was
on tho surfaco going towards the
miilulo of the harbor. As tlio
body wont between tho bark Al
bert, which is discharging at
Brewer's, and tho ship Mario
Hackfeld at Irmgard wharf, it was
ospied by Johnson, who got in his
boat and, making tho dead China
man's cuo fast to the gunwalo,
towod it around to the boat land
ing whore the polico, who hnd
beon notified, took it in chargo
and carried it to tho station house.
Coroner Hitchcock and a jury
hold an inquest over tho remains
this rnornii g, at which Dr. Em
erson testified that tho deceased
u.uno to his donth by drowning.
Tho body had been in tho water
30 hours or more. Thoro woro
no signs of violenco or foul play
and no mutilation of tho body.
The faco was somewhat eaten by
W. U. Ciawford testified that
ho had boon asked to report the
distppoiirniuv of the mm at tho
Marshal's oflie". Yef Chin had
asked him to uo it, and had told
lum tho man had been missing
since Wednesday night.
Loong Sam siid tho deceased
was his cousin and that ho camo
on the Belgic on a six months,
pormit. Ho was not sick or in
sane and had been oating at his
placo sinco his arrival.
V. A. Ging testified that ho
knew tho docoisiil and that his
liamo was Ah Sam.
The jury found that tho deceas
ed was named Ah Sam and that ho
came to his doath ou or about tho
evening of tho Dili of October by
Tu Iii1iIii I'r-dluri'i'k.
An action of ejoctuiout, on
which a motion for a now trial
was argued tho other day boforo
tho Supromo Court, involved, as
often happons in this country, a
question of pedigree. Both
jmitics claimed by right of in
heritance under a poison of tho
same naino, Hopoo, who was tho
pitenteo of the laud in quottion.
There was evidenco to prove both
thoir pedigrees that, howevor,
wero different from oaeh othor.
llori'limlu Tcuiilo Clult.
At last night's mooting of tho
members of this club V. L. Stan
ley was elected president, and 15.
A. Mott-Smith, "W. A. Wall,
Frank Yida and Itev. D. P. Bir
nio uctivo mombors. A commit
too of arrangements for a club
tournament, to bo held in tho
near futuro, was appointed, but
it was decided that tho club
should not outer into competition
with othor clubs at presont.
Yoiun; lluwulluu Iiiktllulr,
This association numbers 120
members and is now in n flourish
ing condition. At tho mooting
hold last night it was docided to
postpono tho oloction of ollicors
until noxt Thursday. Tno In
stitute will colobrato its first anni
versary on tho 2-ltli inst., and an
appropriate musical program is
THIS PAPER BJ5.S-S" uS
I Anew), lit anil l MiTi-liunta Kicliainje, Sun
I KranrUi-u, I'aUtorula, where eontraiU tor ad
i vtrlltlni: enn bu made for It.
ANOTHER ROUTE PROPOSED
Tin: NiMJAvrsriirAtiRoirrr. srn.r.
Thr civ llniilc Will Irbal,ly lis
Hie One Adopted for l'liinnrlil
Ministers King and Hatch, ac
companied by Supoiiiit'-ndout ol
Public Works Rowoll, have ben
oxamining this morning another
proposed route for tho Nuuanir
stream, which for many reasons.
will probably bo the ono linalU
agreed upou. Tho new route
starts from a point noar Iho old
John Smithies place nnd from
thonco runs in a straight line
to the St Louis College
property, of which a small comor
is cut off. Commencing again at
tho stonewall of tho co'loge-i;
slight curvo will bo mndo which
will car rv the strenin Hirm,i, i.;..i.
land to Kim fitvnnt n.v u..
bridge. The advantago of this
plan is that only two properties
have to ho Condemned, tlmi nf l,n
St. Louis College and a piece of
land owned by .Mrs. Irono Brown.
Tho lnttor, it is said, has offered
mo required land to tho govern
ment for S2000. Tim i.in r i,r
cut olf from the college property
is valued at about $1500, but its
ownors hnvo offered to exchange
wuii too government for another
pieco of oqual value.
11ns plan docs away with pay
ing any tnoio attention to tho
$95 ,000 worth i f claim film! fur-
damages on tho route first pro
posed, ana, oy lining in tho old
bed of tho Btrown from the college
to its mouth, will give the govern
ment a tract of land that will bo
quite valuable, nnd which will
moro than pay tho oxponseof the
Tho Cabinot will probably cime
to a decision on tlm mnilur ; n
fow days, and in the meantime
m.. t ii :.. i , .
.in. juraun in naving wirings mniio
to dotermino tho chnracter of Iho
so'l through which tho stream
will run if tho new routo is
(IIH'Al.O I'LU.tirs IIL-ltSIXK.
A Sriontltl Sain Hie Windy )U- .ti,
Snrpn London in I'opu-
Chicago will bo the world'
second lariie-t city will hnvo a
popnl .tiou of nearly 8,0.10,000'
within a very few years. This is
the startling pronouiicomout of
Elmor Cortholl, a distinguished
onginoor and scientist. Mr. Cor
tholl mado his notable prediction
in his paper on "Tho Glow th ol
Groat Cities," road hofore the
American Association for the Ad
vancement of Science lately iu-v
sossion at Springfield, Mnss
The followiiiL' is Mr. Corthi-ll's-i
ostimato of the population of the,
world's greatest cities in 1920:
London S.3H,0u0. Chicago 7,797,
(W0, Now York (5,3:17 ,500, Paris
3 808 58(i, Berlin 3 422,221. Phila
delphia 1.833, 1G0, St Petersburg
It was noticoablo that tho bur
den of Mr. Corthiill's theorizing of
tho futuro status of these gio.it
municipalities rotul largoly en
causes which hid contributed to
the phonomonal increase of Chi
cago in a marvollously brief
period, and advunc d it to a posi
tion whore it was fast clos'ug in
on tho cities of tho Old World,
whoso accumulations of inhabit
ants had beou tho work of cen
turios. Ono of two cities, Mr. CorthoiJ
dcclarod, would woar tho crown of.
supromaoy in tho coming century .
us tho greatest nn oarth. Thir
distinction would fall to eithorr
London or Chicogo. Thero oui
a gravo possibility, ho thongUS,
that tho youugor might catoh ap
with and pass tho older in about..