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S Eueglitf Bulletin
DANIEL LOOAN, Editor.
MONDAY, JULY 111, 1897.
Count Oktiuin, tin Minister of
Foreign Affairs of Jnmn, would
booiii to l)i) tronuously liuny in
Holii'itiiiK tlio co-oporiitMii ot thu
l'iuniii'iiu pownru for opposing
tlm iiiiuuvntion of Hawaii by tlio
United Stilton. Tho-o nntions
like .hip-in liorsolf lmvo novor
niiulo u record of eoniultiiiK the
interests of others, in any coloniz
ing or annexation busiueus, which
should ontitle thorn to interfere
with the relations) between tho
United States nnd Hawaii. Per
haps it would be better for
those nntions including Jnpan if
tho independence of Hawaii wore
preserved, but what guarantee
will nny one of thorn bo able to
give that itsolf Bhall novor violate
that independence? Everything
is lawful in war, it has been said,
and who can tell when war would
arise between nations, ono or
other of which might recrtrd tho
occupation of Hawaii a fighting
necessity? The interests of Ha-
w sii are not discussed at all by
thc-.o uouldbo disposers of events,
although, if they woro in
clined to be just, thoso interests
would bo hold of the first con
sideration. Thoso islands would
be safor attaohed politically to tho
United States, because there
would bo less dangor of their
seizure in caco of even war's op
poituuity when their ultimate
lcstomtiou, or else subsequent
outbreaks on their acouut, would
bo regarded as an absolute cor
taiuty. Such would b tho situa
tion were tho United States once
Piiueo Bismarck's nutipithy to
democracy must be gaiuing on
him in his old age, if his are tho
views quoted elsewhere from his
reputod organ. The influence of
the United States in the world, it
would appear, is becoming too
powerful to suit tho "blood nnd
iron" diplomacy of Europe. Ha
waiian annexation, the samo ora
cle holds, will affect the interests
of Germany, but Eugland is hint
ed ut us having the chief cull to
object The opiuion that Eugland
will bo found siding with Japan
and Sp.iin, in any unpleasantness
betweon thoso countries nnd tho
United States, is not peculiar to
tho Gorrann authority horo men
tioned. Still, opinions aro only
opinions, and wo prefer to stick to
the beliof long current, that Great
Britain and tho United States have
an understanding between them
relative to thu Hawaiian question
lib well as some other important
It would seem to be wise to
grant the petition the Pali road
coutractors intend preferring to
tho Government, that tho old road
should be closed to trafiio for thirty
days while blasting is in progress
overhead. Tho alternative of
oppiinig and closing tho road three
days time about would not obviato
clangor, as on the open days thero
would be liability of louso stones,
that hud got stuck on tho side of
the cliff, becoming dislodged and
crashing down to tho road. Traf
fic was suspended during the
cholera epidemic without causing
starvation or any seiious distross
to tlio folks on tho other side of
Secretary Long is evidently
going to continue tho work of
building a navy that will be in
keeping with the great maritime
interests of tho United Statos.
Ono of tho leading objections
against naval extension is that tho
rapid progress of imeutiou is
liable to make ships obsoloto
while they aro still new. A
similar objection was heard to
eloctric lights and cars. What a
great amount of comfort would
have been lost, these many years,
if in suoh cases tho objection had
'FOURTH CIRCUIT COURT
!AI,rMIMl OT fAMS IIM'OIII.
jiuhik i:. u. iiimiicimk.
Only Thrtn Trll Hrtrmtty In
Caltiitlnr r l'iirlr-ttrn
Tluiip In Mtciiitmiir.
Judge E. G. Hitchcock presided
at tho July Torm of tho Fourth
Circuit Court, which commenced
at Honokaa on July 15. Officials
and lawyors in attendance were E.
P. Dolo, deputy altorney-gouoral;
Dan. Portor, clerk; W. Vredon
burg, Hawaiian interpreter; Li
Cheung, Oliiueso interpreter;
Patrick Maurioo McMnhon, ofli
cial stenographer, and attorneys
Gardner K. Wildor, H. L. Hol
etoin, H. Mntoou, Chns. Willinron,
and Hitchcock & Wise.
While thero worofnrtv three chops
on tho calendar, only three trials
wero had, the other cases being
either postponed or dismissed.
Tho following is the list of
cases and thoir disposition:
Republic vs. Kulioo and Hoo
kano, extortion. E P. Dole for
prosecution and J. L. Kaulukou
for defense Verdict of not guil
Kopublio vs.Mikela Puno. Sell
ing liquor without a license. Ap
peal withdrawn and fine of lower
Kopublio vs. Benjamin Reed.
Sodomy. Verdict of guilty. De
fendant sontouced to imprison
ment for two ypnrs and six mouths
and fined $25 ecsts. Kaulukou
aud Williams for tho defense. E.
P. Dolo prosecntiug.
Republic vs. John Kahnulo.
Keeping disordoily house. Ap
peal withdrawn and fine paid.
Republic vs. Kamakeo. Assault.
Verdict of not guilty.
Republic vs. Karaakawiwoolo.
Charge of assault with intent to
kill reduoed to simple assault and
afterwards nolle pros.'d. Hitch
cock aud Wise for defendant.
Republic vs. Nicholas Perez.
Larceny firot degiee. Verdict of
not guilty. G. F. Littlo for de
fendant, E. P. Dole for prosecu
tion. Republic vs. Mrs. Shima Jap
anese, polygamy. Nolle pros.'U.
Republic vs. Aoki, larceny of
animals. Nolle pros.'d.
Republic vs. John Doi, assault
aud battery with a dangerous
weapon. Continued to January
Republic vs. Ah Sing, malicious
injury. Continued to Januaiy
Republic vs. Mauuol B rnordo,
selling liquors without a license.
Appeal for mitigation of sentence.
Republic vs. Jose Soares, soil
ing liquor without a license. Con
tiuueel to January term.
Republic vs. Win. P. Hickey
and Audrow Chalmers. Man
slaughter in first degree. Chango
of venue to Honolulu grauted.
John Kai vs. J. R. Wilson.
Action for damages. Continued
for the term.
Joseph Paakaula vs. F. de
Souza and F. de Souza Jr. Eject
ment. Continued for the term.
Marao Koaoniakani vs. A. B.
Loebonstein and A. B. Loeben
stein vs. Murao Keaomakaui,
ojectmout and damages, were both
Yuen Fond Keo and Harriet F.
Conn vs. C. Akonn. Ejectment.
Summers C. Mace vs. 0. S
Coley, Chas. Furneaux and L. A.
Andrews. Damages. Discon
tinued. Summers C. Mace vs. L. A.
Andrews. False imprisoumout.
Sent back to Distiict Court.
J. G. Sorrao vs. Antouio Carval
ho. Assumpsit. Continued for
S. Tukamoro vs. W. Kauai.
Damages. Demanded from the
Supremo Court for now trial,
plaintiff's exceptions having been
sustained. Continued for the
Inouyo Tsunekiohi vs. Mrs.
Kitsu Inonye. Deserting husband.
Cuso withdrawn und dofoudaut
W. K. Knluiwnu vs. Asai. Dam
ages. Continued for tho term.
Kaneko Katsulnro and Maka
mura Sweriosuko. Assumpsit.
G. S. Bradford vs. G. F. Little,
C. E. Oawley, A. V. Richardson
and J. S. Canmio. Assumpsit.
KVlfiMlMU BULLETIN, JULY 1(1, 18H7.
Continued for Irinl before Judge
lVny b ngri'iMut'iil ot counsel.
A. 0. Serrao vs. Vorginin Soares
and Mnuuol Simrrnwlth llilo
Sugar Co. ii garnishee. Ah
Humpriit. Contiuurd for tho
A. 11. Loeboustuin vs. Malia
nlins Malia Ninau. Equity. Dis
missed. Nunu Mutch and Thomas Mutch
vs. Solomon Lo ot nl. Equitv. To
bo heard in vacation.
Peta Walalou was granted a
divoico from Anna Tonne Waialoa
and Lunhiwu Wnilaui one from
II. Wailani. Two other divorce
cases and u probate hearing wero
continued till next term.
July 7, 1S97.
The holidays are over and
the community is settling
down to business again. The
three hottest months of the
year are at hand and many
people are thinking of discard
ing the use of coal and wood
stoves for the summer. To all
such we can recommend the
well-known and justly popular
Blue Flame Oil Stoves, of
which we have just received a
fresh supply. We can furnish
these in three sizes now, the
new size being a smaller and
cheaper edition of the others.
The Dietz Stove Company
the largest oil stove manufac
turers in the United States
are now turning out a beauti
ful stove for burning kerosene.
Complete with oven and pots,
etc., with one, two or three
In wood or coal burning
stoves we have the celebrated
Fisher Steel Ranges. The
Pansy, sizes 6, 7 and 8. The
Columbus, sizes 7 and 8.
The Olive and Bono. For
hotels or restaurants we have
a specially suitable one The
Empire City. In this the
oven is very large, the heating
surface exceptionally so, and
the price very low indeed.
Hawaiian Hardware Co
NO. 307 FORT STUflET,
Opposite Sprockols' Bank
J. J. SULUVAK,
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in the City, with Competent and Care
Gentle Saddle Horses for Ladies ail Gentlemen
AlwayB on baud.
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
TeLEi-noNE: lluw'n Hotel Stables 32.
Pnutheou Stables 34.
J Partner Wanted.
For ono ot the Ittrifeat and best
fiayiug Ludglug and Hoarding Houses
n ttie city. Thin la u rare opportu
nity for onyono wishing to Invent a
Hmull capital Address "No. 600,"
Evening Hulletli . 001-81
Notice of Removal.
Humphreys & MaotlonuM, Attor
ney n uinl Couiii.ellors, hav removed
thHr law I'hiimhers fiom ll.T Kuiliu
mmni street, to thu Damon Building,
corner King ami Bethel streets.
Temporary Receipt Postal 8 tvlngg
Buuk, dated November 18th, 1800, for
$60 00. Account lns Rook No. 6047.
Rooms To Let
Sultablo for two small families, In
separate buildings; each partially fur
nished if iuiilreil. Inquire of
N V BURGESS,
017-tf 130 Miller treet.
Fh Sites Go
Broke His Own
S3r NOTE. Tho REMINGTON ROADSTER is made on tho same model as
tho Racer, only it is more substantial and built expressly to stand usage on heavy roads.
B3S- The prices of these Wheels ore within the reach of nil, and are either
cash or on tho installment plan.
vF In our Supply Department wo keep a full line of parts for this mak'o of wheel
thereby doing away with the necessity of sending to the factory.
&2r Our Repairing Department is fully equipped to do the most intricate and
delicate of repairing.
Wheels rented by
Ii'om 3STew York:
Shovels, Axes, Hoe, Etc ,
Hinges, Lawn Mowers,
Paper Bags, Axlo Grease,
And many other articles that wo havo a steady demand
for, and which wo offer to you at very low prices.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Corner Fort and King Streets.
Universal Stoves $ Ranges !
The Best and the Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, -1-7 inoh Holes, Oven 15x17. Price S 8 00
WisTEUN, No. 7, 4-7 iuoh Holes, Oven 1G W7. " 15 00
PitiZE Ranch:, No. 7-18, G-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Prico 23 00
Welcome Ranoe, No. 7-18, (5-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Price 27 00
Aitollo Range, No. 7-18, 0-7 inch Holos, Ovon 18x18 inches.
Price 30 00
Bui'Eitn Univeusal Range, No. 7-18, G-7 inch Holos, Ovou
18x18. Prico '. 35 00
FOR SALE BY THE
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
Doing the half-mile
Pronounces the REMINGTON
the best Racing Wheel ever
tho hour, day or week.
Cycle & Manufacturing Go,,
A - gants for the Islands.
in 1:05 flat.
J. M WEBB'S
No. 316 Fort Street.
Taro-patch Guitars, Uku
leles. Hawaiian Sheet Music.
Island Photographic Views.
Books and Stationery.
, Office Stationery. ,
Sewing Machines. .
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Prices .Always TQdbfc
Independence Park Pavilion
I will Ml nt puhllo sale on SEP
TEMBER "9, 1807, If not tooner dis
posed of ut private Hale, alt of tue
Buildings known as "Iudepeudeuoe
Park Pavilion." If so delred by In
tending purchasers the large Dining
room may ha sold separately from the
Main Building. Also, at the same
time and plucw 12 iloz, Folding Chairs,
Tables, Washstuuils, Water Pipes,
etc. Terms: $HX) or under, cash:
over $100, cash or 00 days with good
approvtd notes drnwjug S perceut in
terest Tho above buildings and ma
terials to be removed within SO days
from date of sale. The premises will
at all times be open for Inspection.
657-lm J. N. WRIGHT.
To Be Opened.
THURSDAY, July 15, at the Sailor's
Home, tho Rostauraut will reopen
with a Freo Dinner served In first
class style. Meals, single, 2So; tickets,
$4.50. Opeu from 5 a. en. to 7 p m.
057 1m Piojirietor.
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