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"With -which is Incorporated -the. "Indeiendent,"
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1895.
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VOL. 1. NO, 132.
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writ I, ii4 follow j
"Ftiortly alter lenviiitf en'l-p.I -ki trfc-Wi'
with a V fn V at rt.i.' ' ' '
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ami tri'iluil int. I r .hut. t iuj t .tut 'Hi erujt.
tlmi crept loly up my liu lm ami tin tlio botly,
lltltll II IMlvHllpt'il tllU Ulldlt trillllH lt& lilt
liitlnlto tnmMu with cutiRt nt H liitig.riiMtliicfiit
of ilrjr iudlci&ml n watery i uid MbliU wuuld
ctikIo from mvlor tho "Mile. I trc.Voil It for
tirr llm-i jeer uiiiiui'' ''". "' -Vr,
to rtitii, U n t'l . nt t;.i xoa, .
rtllA I usbti ihreu Im oof th.i ineiil"lh4 iml
Ih 1 cmoutUaml clear as before. '
wtis completely curcu i y ikln btreomliiu a
cmoutU ami clear as before. '
Ha o Cured Others, Will Cure You
21 jilt) by Iir. J. C. Aycr o., Lo i-U.Mh u. .U.S.A.
Hollister Drug Co.. L'd,
Bole Agents for the licimblio of Hawaii.
Soilta lutein !
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
1'JtO.U JAN. lKT TO JUNE IsT, 1895.
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i on ooi
, dry uu,uv.j.
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Moot it Ohunilon 9,008
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Krugit Co 270
Chas. Hoidsiock "J"
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
IViacfarlano & Co.,
Solo Agonts Tor G IT. llumm t Co,
for tho Iluwiuinu Islands
THE LOUISSON FUNERAL
ihasoni:ti:.ui'i,i: cimiwdkd with
Mngiilflcrnt 1'lornl Trlliutc Sorrow-
Ins Ilrolhcr nnxoiin nnd l'yllilana
The luigu banquot hull of tho
Mitsonio Temple wns not largo
o .ough to hold tho nuinorous
mourning frionds of t!io late
Siimtol Louisson, and many woro
com i cllod to remain outsido. The
ctisktt was covered with numerous
II c.il tributes to tho momory of
tliuai boiug set piecos, tho most
prominent being a largo white
squaro nnd compass with the
letter G. in tho center in
immortolles. This was tho
gift of tho Masonic lodgo
nnd made by Mrs. John Angus.
Cue design uiudo by Mrs. Ailau to
the older of W. F. lloynolds was a
cushion bordered with immortel
les, having an inner border of
tuborosos, and boaring on its faco
the Moral Law of Moses printed
in gut upon bilk.
Other floral pioces were tho
handiwork of "W. Seaboin Luce
mid wero tho gifts of friends,
ti.iiuquots and cut flowors were
Hcattorod about tho collin in pro
lusion, and tho whole was plioto-
rv'l' jum inuiiuua iu iiiu mat
.Momborsot Mystic Lodp, L..
of l'. , contributed a piece with the
embloinatio designs of trianglu
At 2:30 p. m. tho Master of the
Lodge, John H. Sopor, began the
iniprossive l'uuoral sorvicos of tho
) Masonic order. An anthem fol
lowed, sun" by Miss Kato Mc
Grew, Mrs. W. A. Kinney and
..lessis. II. F. Wiehman and C. V.
I'Mkouwith "Wruy Taylor at tho
orgiii. Tnen followed tho record
ing of tho name and iiro of the
deceased on tho eacred scroll, the
rendering of grand honors to tho
remains and tho final prayer.
Another anthem was sung by
tho choir, nftor which sorrowing
fi iends were pormitlod to take a
last look ut the remains and the
oas'ect was goutly carriod to tho
heaiso bolow. Tlioy were precod
i d by Mystic Lodge of tho Knights
f Pythias and the Masonic
bodge. F A Schaefor, H J Nolto,
W F Allen and J W Jones
(Masons), Dr M K Grossmsn and
J S Walker (Masons and l'y
ihnms), A E Murjihy and E
On arrival at tho coniotery tho
members of both lodges formed a
eirelo about tho grave and Muwior
Sopor delivered tho final address,
concluding it with the romoval of
tho Masonic apron and tho lower
ing of tho remains into the grave.
Each member of tho Masonic
lodge dopositod sprigs of acacia on
tho collin, while the I'ythians fol
low eel with sprigs of myrtlo.
Chaplain Mackintosh oilerod a
final prayer and Past Mastor An
drew Brown brought tho services
to a closo by delivering tho iin-il
farewell address of tho Masonic
Tho funoral was numerously at
tended and was the largest private
ouo in years.
A VALUAIII.K STAMP.
t'lmrlc Ilu.lnco OwrhuiilM III Col
Ivclluii Willi JuoiI KeaiilU.
Chas. Hustaco has ono of tho
best collections of foroign postage
stamps in tho city, but when he
first commencod he did not pay
much nttontion to tho water-murks
on the spocimons he placod in his
tilbum. Ho does now and will
ooutinuo to do so horonf tor. "While
recontly overhauling his entile
collection and looking for wuter-
marks he cmo across a half-ponny
St. Vincent, orango color, water
marked with a crown and tho lot
tors C. A. Hoforcnco to the latest
Scott's cataloguo showed this
stamp to be quoted at $75. Mr.
Hustaco hud heretofore valuod it
at twenty conts.
!(otiliic f te Klcli.lleu.
Many ladies nnd gentlemen
took the opportunity of gottiug a
first class French dinner ut tho
opening of the Richelieu Hotol
on Saturday ovening. It was
an elegant 'banquet in overy
way, prepared under the superin
tendence of V. S. li.irtlott. Mrs.
Freimann, the luudlady, had tho
Quintette Olub engaged to furnish
music through tho dinner
and for dancing nfterwaid.
The new hotel opens under very
promising auspices. It is airy
and woll-furuished, and is going
to maintain a tublo second to
Tlic CoiiiIiic Koail Knro.
Much interest is alroady mani
fested in bieycio cirolos over tho
coming five-mile road r.ico, set for
Saturday week. The courso will
be from a point on tho Wnikiki
road nearD vgl'is's house to Uni
on squaro Ituhy Dexter, Jiunxs
Spencer, W Ohumberluin, tho two
Giles brothers, tho Portuguese
Iviy who won the rnco on tho
Fourth of July and others aie ex
pected to compete.
f'ruxritm lor llto nvoulii l.'iilrrlalu
nu'iit in L'liima sfiiurc.
Acting biuidnmstor Iloitmaun
has piopared tho following ox
col lent program for tho concert to
ho given at Emma square at 7:150
this evening under his direction-
Mnn li "Our lllonmcr (iirl"..... It Cuiilia
' ill- r.i'i Nmib" WaUltcufil
e-iU-t lloiii "l.a i l'Hrlleune"...Ollut.dj
Grand hulu tlon "Tlic Hoe Muldva"...
Wall: Frnm Hie Town ofSniii;-'.Fnlirliu(.li
Quudilllu Hun .lour" ZIUdI!
Mkii U "Aiimrii'iiii Ucpulille" 1 hide
The Hoaid of Underwriters of
this city h.ivo appointod W. I.
U'arriuer as Electrical Inspector
under tho Code of lUilos concern
ing the installation and mainten
ance ofoleehie wires as recom
mended by tho Underwriter's In
teni'ttioiml Electrical Association,
adoptod by tho Pacific Insurance
Union and tho Honolulu Board of
XI nit to 31 r. HolHlcr.
A arty of relatives and friends
of James II. Bolster, tho popular
young reporter who is invalided at
fundi) valley, visited him in ono
of Smith's busses yostorday. Mrs.
11. T. Walker was conductor of
the exclusion. Sumo members of
tlio Young Hawaiian's Institute,
of which Mr. Holster is coiiospoud
11111 seciotarv, went on thy other cou-
v yi'Dces nnd regaled tho siok man
with musio. A picnic was held
under the trees besido the house
whereMr. Holster is staying. Sov
oial of tho party went into tho
furenl in the afternoon and cmiio
back burdened with bnskets of
guav.ts. Air. ifoistor is leoiing
belter in tho
valloy air, uiiu m-
of thoso days.
a trip to town ono
D. Howard Hitchcock has re
turned to town nnd is located at
his studio at tho corner of Hotel
and Fort ettvets upstairs, ontrunco
on Hotel street, where ho bus ro
openod his classes in drawing and
painting. Studio aftornoon at
nonius Fridays from 2 p. in. to 4
p.m. VisUoisulwuys wolcome.
THE CRUISE OF THE LEHUA.
IT TOOK SII.VKH IIAIT TO CATCH
Tired Out 1'nrlv f Hunter and
BMhtinriiirn f'mtio IIoiiioTIiIm
About daylight this morning tho
Huwiiiiau oruiser iehuu tied up
to the wharf uud u tired and sun
burnt crowd ot hunters and fisher
men disembarked and hurried
homo after baths and clean clothes.
Tho Lohua left this city on Friday
evening at 7 o'clock and reached
l.uuui uboul diiyl-glit tho next
morning lloie the uitnrods
of tho party: Fred. Haysoldon,
Hurry Whitnoy, W. C. Sproull,
ru ui .Neumann J r.,Ucorgo Kobort
son and Sun Wilder ili-vmbarkcd
mid woio iakon up to Tur. llaybol
den's place wiiero they wero hos
pitably ont-rtaiiied. During Sat
tuid.iy morning they indulged in
shooting to their hearts' content,
getting all tho wild turkeys and
pheasants thoy wanted. A heavy
rain in the ufturuooii compelled
them to s-Lok th" bholtor of tho
hoi. so unt.l the uteamei ut rived.
In the meantime iishiug was the
order ot tho day on board and
tho natives vho were takon along
for the purpose madegood catches.
Jack Lucas and Captain Fitzger
ald ouch caught a shark, Jack's be
ing about 7 f et long ami weighing
ubout 200 pound". Lieutenant Coi-
ouol Fisher distinguished himself
by killing buth with Ins deuuly
i" lie after which llioy wero hauled
aboard without much difficulty.
Tho natives also caught a line
kolwla weighing about 175 pouhds
and plenty of binaller kinds.
On Siitnrdiry evening tho vessol
steamed over to l.ahuini, whoro
the party disuinbariecd and
wero taken in ohaigo by tho
hospitable resiibnts nf thut biug
until midnight, when they sought
thoir welcome bunks on the
Yoatetdny morning tho steamer
rotumed to Lanaiand the day was
spent in fishing and othor dovo
tions, and at 7 in the evening the
party headed fir homo, reaching
lioro about daylight, thoroughly
tired out but having had a most en
joyable exclusion. On reaching tho
wharf Minister Kirg sang out to
Captain Fitzgerald: ""Where is
all your gaiuo?' "Down in tho
cabin," responded the Captain,
"there's the prettiest game elown
there you over saw."
All hands and the crew of tho
Lohua join in s'lyiug that Judgo
Whiting's commissariat urrungei
ments were simply perfect und
could not bo improved on. Tho
populur Judgo simplv outdid him
self. IKuilli ol W lllltmi Domii.
William Doati, tin old resident,
died ut tho houso of Fred Philp,
Sua Ylow, on Saturday night,
llo was about sixty-throe yours
of ago, a native of Yorkshire,
Enchind. nnd left homo at the iign
of '23. Dean was a htair builder
and house oiirpniiter.uiul came hero
in 1870 to build tho btuirs of tho
ilnnniiun Hotel. Fie superin
tended tho oarpontor work for tho
old Uovoriunout building and did
other work for tin Government.
Once ho toi-k to living in a houso
boat in the harbor as a protection
from rheumatism. llo owned
houses on Nnuaiiu avonuo, besides
which ho is Slid to huve died pos
sosued of $100,000 in United
States bonds. It is not known
that ho left u will. His funeral
took plnco Sunday nfterno ut from
tho undertaking r-onis of C..E.
Williuniti & Sou.
If you feol out of sorts, cull t
the Critorion and try our refresh
ing Soattlo Beer on elrnught. "
THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
Tlio Rculciiullnii of Or. .rinl(nj;c of
IVnlliikii 'nlliil liir-I'aj or
At a sj'pci'l meeting of the
board of Health held this morn
ing nt 9:30, there wns proscnfW.O.
Smith, president and Mombois
Emerson, Day, Lunsing. "Wutor
house and Koliipio and Dr. Hyder
The minutes of the proceding
mooting woro read nnd approved.
Tho committee appointed to
mako nrrangemonts for tho pur
chaso of tho Kuimiloa as a fumi
gating hulk uot having reported,
a motion was passed authorizing
tho purchaso of tho hiuno for
OCPn Tt in Iinr1irat..rul flln T..n.
1 ..wsv. xw .o uiii.inii;uii .iu aiiiui
Island Steamship Company, which
owns tho vessol, wunts SlOoO for
On motion Agent lloynolds was
authorized to purchase throe ex
tra mules for nsa in gnrbago
Member Lansing moved tint
all restrictions on tin. island of
Oihu be rescinded. Carried un
animously. With regard to travel to tho
other islands, it was voted to al
low passengers of nil kinds to
lcavo on tho island stoamors, after
their clothing has boon film gited
lntonding pussongers will obtain
necessary information regarding
the fumigation process from Agont
On motion of Dr. Day all res
trictions oil all kineli of goods
sliippeel by liconeel houses wero
ordered removed, except on
second-hand clothing and furni
ture For tho latter special per
mits must be obtained from tho
office of tho Hoard.
The pay of tho tin on lady nursn?
who servod nt tho choloru hospital
w.is fixed ut JrU5 per weok.
Mombdr Watorhotiso moved
that tho secretary bo instructed
to ask Dr. Armif'go of "Wailuku
for his resignation, and tlio motion
being cirried that ollicial wns
further detailod to notify the
Maui physician Unit aftor tho end
of November his services will no
longer be required by the govern
ment. A motion thon previilod that
tho vacancy bo offered to Dr. Ray
mond. With regard to tur for tho In
sane -Asylum, tho usual somco of
supply having been destroyed nnd
tho Insano Asylum appropriation
Doing exhausted, it was votod thut
the special cholera appropriation
should bo drawn on to tho extent
of -i-'GOO for the purposo of pur
chasing turo for the Asylum in
mates. lli'i'i- in. uifiiipcruiicu AiUotnlc.
In order to impress upon your
mind tho fact that the Seattle
lirewiny und Multinu Co's boors
are Mild, Light and Livoly, wo
bolow givo tho avorngo per cont of
alcohol in various liquors in i-om-
3.1 por cont
On draught at the Criterion.
There is a hearing of tho "Wui
mnnalo insurance eaeo booked
for the Supreme Court on "Wednes
day. " ' i
Tli ii l 'llrrd I'rcllcu
Iii a common conilnlat mid It U k cl.-inrt'roiu
kjmiitum It mi-nun tliut llio Kjstcm lb Uctill
tnti'ii bc'caunc of Imi.nrc liluud, ami lu tlili
umdltlcu It I. cix-clullv liable to MtacU of
ill,iusi). Ilood'n Haruiinr!lln U ttie remrdv
fur Hit ronilltlun, mid jIso for that wcakutM
wlilcli iruiill at tin1, ihungu of etuson, cll
malu or life.
Hood's l'u.i.h ai-t eaolly, jit promptly uud
clllclently on llic bam-In and liver. V.'5c.
A NVIIVr. WOMAN'S STOIIY I.VTIIf.
! I.H'i: COtrilT 'IODAV.
e'om li'tliiii lor Annlt and llnllerr
Hlld llllll 4 II Io...r.ll nl '
TliU .Horning' Srlon.
The first enso to corao bofort
His Honor Judgo Perry's atten -tion
this morning when ho started."
in on this daily labors of oiulonT
oring by menus of salutary fiua
and terms of imprisonuiont to.
mako good and law nbidinc citi
zens of the riff-rairof Honolulu's
population was that of Mr. Pud.
This nflbnder is u hard case uc
couliug to Mrs. Loika Napalm
Ekolu's story. This lady testified
this morning that on tho nfteruoon.
of October 8th Puo came to hoi
house and wanted to hold her
baby. She said "Xo" nnd Pnc
said "If you don't givo mo baby
1 kill it.'' This was very naughty
of !'ue but nothing to what he dieJ
afterwards. As dotuilod bv th
witness P.ie gavo her a blow ou
tho head first acd thea.
to use tho witness's language,
he grabbed mo by the sleovo aneU
wo both rolled down tho stops.
He tore my clothes and finally 1
was without clothos. Somo iix
people woro present. Then de
fendant blurted to boat mo, tax
people called to him to quit, elo
fendant would not do it and an
other man separated us. Dofonel-
ant struck mo with n shuo on the.
arm and with his fist in the face?
and eyes many ti nes. I gavo the
baby to mother when he first ask
ed for it. Ho is the father of tho
baby and my sister is tho mothor.
lhoy nro not married. A tall
half-whito, a nutivo and a Chinese,
all tax peoplo saw this.
Halo corroborated tho testi
mony of last witness ami snid he
stopped tho row. "Whon hoarriv
od on the scone tho defendant hni?
tho complaining witness on t he
ground by the hair 0f her head
and was beating her with his
Tho dofendant stid ho was
drunk nnd didn't know what haet
happened. Ho did remember
that he had onco boon in trouble
before on account of his fondness?
for cho fa.
Judgo Perry fined tho elofend
iin t twenty-fivo dollars nnd costs
and his attorney J. L. Kuultikou.
noted an appeal.
Soven drunks woro fined the
usual 2 and costs.
Tho charge of affray against
William Ilinton and 13. Dovitus
chollo was dismissed and in it.i
stead Dotrauscholle was charged
with assault and battory on Hiti
ton, to which ho ploaded not
guilty. Tho trial was postponed.
Kaloi and Kueu p'oadod guiltv
of fighting and woro fined $5 and!
llo Kwui, who was convicted
some time since of having opium
in possession, wns brought up foi
suntouco nnd fined $50 and costs.
G. It. Harrison, practicnl pit'iic
and otgan maker and tuner, cat
furnish best factory references,.
Ordres left ut Hawaiian Nows Co.
will recoivo prompt attention. All
work guarantoed to bo tho same
as dono in factory.
(Vom (. S. Journal ilnlieiut.)
f'rnf.'V.II IVckc,liomakia tpccialtjrof Epllfpt,
lua Ithout doubt Irci'.nl and cured more catca Uian
ny Ii tng l'liy.U inn : M. uc-m U atoulhln;. W c
lleiubllticiia valuable work on ttiiitltM.'ii.ehlcUli
vend lilt a largo buttle of Inn ab'ululecurr, trie u
Pmf.W.lf.l'KKKK. K- II . 4 Cedar SU. Nw Ycrk.
' . rmrtat nun a , .. .
THTS DADPD i ient on au t r a
Agency, Ut mid Oi Mi-rcli.lliti Exehanar, Snu
Francisi-n, California, lur toulracts for iw!
ycrtlfluf van bis mudc fur it.
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