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Monday, Apt 11 00.
Judge Pony lias rcmlcicd n dr-iUlon
en Ihp suit Lf trglnln Clonics for fi'U
If tie lit on the denth of her husband
against the Portuguese Mutual Uuie.it
Society and the r-nnicllntlcn of n tmtn
lor JIUU. llie decision Is that she
can recover only $tuu without cojis,
the Court holding the note valid ns n
setoff, llcr latu husband nnd com
plainant gave the note to cover the fen
for an opctntton performed an him nt
tbe Quern's hospital, which had been
reduced ftom $S0O at the rcquist of thu
ocletr' directors. J. M. Vivas nnd A.
C Correft for romplalnnnt; J. T. Do
Xtall for respondent.
Judge bi.iiliiuii lias rendered a de
cision denying tho defendant's motion
for a now trial In A. O. Merlcourt vs
Korualk Fire Insurnnco Co. It was
ma do on tho giomul of misconduct ol
Captain .1. C. Cluney, one of th ejur
ors, by denouncing outside tho tcdious
niess of the trial and the racnplty of
Insurance compnnlcs, while the trial
-ji not yet concluded. Tho Court In
fTcct finds that there was a great deal
to try tho patlcnco of n Juror In tho
(trial, making especial refciencc to the
cross-examination of the plalntlit.
Ucxides, striss Is laid on the fact that
counsel for tho defendant had been
Informed of the Juror's conversation
ibeforc tho close of the trial. Moreover,
Ihe verdict for plaintiff was unanimous.
Sictnphros & Andrews lor plaintiff,
Kinney, Dallou At McClanahan for do
Scadiuit. Tuesday, May 1.
Judge Sllllman at noon today (lied
Sils decision In the admiralty libel for
collision, brought by Geo. U. Hind nnd
others, owncis of the barkentino Wll
llata Carson, against Wllder's Steam
Nhlp Co., owing the steamer Claudine.
lie finds that the llbollnnts nro en
titled to Judgment against the respon
dent for ?35,000 anil costs. This U
the value of tho Carson, according to
avlileuco, which sank shortly after bo
ing struck by the Claudine, on Decern
licr 27, 1S9S1, becoming, together with
tier cargo, neatly n total loss, as tho
wreck was sold at auction for $3.10.
The Court hnds that the Carson car
ried the lights prescribed by law, which
liud been placed In their proper posi
tions about C o'clock and were burning
brightly from that hour until the Mmn
of the collision, which was about S: SO
One of the findings is "that the
Claudine was not properly officered
and manned on the 27th day of Decern
lcr aforesaid; that there was no s'.ttl
clcnt lookout nor competent otuVcr in
charge of the ship, nnd that tho col
lision in question was due to an In
sufficient crew and the lncompctcn :y
"The Bulletin" Subscription Contest.
$200.00 in Prizes for the Best Hustlers !
Cse-j- &-. As anncvinred on another page, Ihe Bui elin fTiis to the persons who sh .11 hve succeeded in securing; the largest number of subscribers befoie Ju'y 31st,
FOUR VALllABLb Mi'lZriv A mr r: coniol fe descr piio-i nt etch of ihe e i tiven heiuw x4a'8,'8
.ST PRIZE, CLEVELAND BICYSLE, $70.00.
Pi. Choice is
OF MODEL qj.I
Spokes, blueJ to intf rsection.
Cicar, toi2 . 7).
3tn, 1 y inch Improved Burwell R.iclnp.
Ifranir. 22 Inch.
Crank liinusr, aft Inch drop.
Fork Crown, one-piece drup-forerd.
KeintiRS hurwell Hall, dust proof, oil
fcs through hnili.w .ixles.
tpruckel. flai ced nnd detnch ible.
Chain, y0 ii ell Clrvilitid linnlereJ
iMock and pin, bevsded and polished side
Cranks. 6'A Inch.
Fed.ns. t lev, 1 nd U.it Trap.
H.mdle Bur, Nil. io, pul shed leather
Sadd'c, Wheeler Padre, with L post.
F'nMi. hl.ick eivmel and nickel.
Weight. 20 lb5.
Oars. fJanJ 8 tnn-li rear: 2t, 22, 23, 2.J,
5 tonh fr. t.t p'' cketM.
Crank d)i fell.
Tiro, ii iin.li Cleveland tingle tube
. Frame, 24 Inch,
s) Us? ( .''ii lis fi
of tho second mato, Roderick McNeill,
who was tu enaige of said Btcnmrr im
mediately prior to said collision."
'i'heic was not sitlllclcnt evidence lo
make It appear upon whom the loss for
tho caw." if coal or tho ireight for Ha
In i o letting the testimony thu Court
dismissed the contention that th? rs
scls approached head-on, saying that
if . e couiscs had been nnythtu;; iIKo
head-on," nt the time the helm of the
C.audlnc was ported, "the Bhtps must
have passed wide of one another,"
Concluding, Judge Sllllmnn snys:
"Some vigorous comment might he
made on the fault of a steamer carry
ing pas3engers which was so lacking
in discipline as the Claudine seems lo
have been, but It is sufficient that
Judgment for the loss Is awarded
against her owner."
l'aul Neumann for llhellants; Kin
ney, Dallou & McClanahan for respondent.
V. W. Mncfarlanc nnd August Alt
rens, guardians of Ruth nnd Ocorgo
nichnrdson, minors, have filed their
first account, showing receipts $18.03,1.
21, payments $18,912.15, balance $2l.0(!.
The total Investments nro $101,523 01,
being $5739.32 Increase of estate since
April 12. 1899. In reality the Increase
I Is $2,000 greater, ns tho yearly allow
ance to Mrs. Richardson of that
amount was not paid by the lal gua--
, dlan last year, but Included In this
year a uccuuiu.
Tho will of the lato Eliza .lane
Donrdmnn was admitted to probato by
J ttil go Sllllman, and Oeorgo TMgnr
ltoardmnn appointed executor without
bonds. Samuel V. Chllllngworth ap
peared for petitioner.
W. P. Allen nnd Samuel Parker,
executors of the will of John I'. Par
ker, have filed final receipts amounting
to $73(10 SO.
Wo Kat vs. Greenwich Flro Insur
unco Co. for $1,000, and Sco Hop Co
vs. North German Flro Insurance Co
for $1,500, on Chinatown policies, havr
had service of summons returned fo'
tho August term of First Clrcul
Cecil Brown, guardian of Mary Alio
Porter, minor, has (lied a bond In f 12.
500 with Frank Hustaco ns surety
I. R. Hums sues S. Ah Ml on n not'
for $373 nnd Interest nt 9 tier cent frotr
March 10, 1899, with attorney's com
mission and costs.
Kauha vs. Peter High, ejectment, is
continued until moved on. under agree
ment that the evidence already taken
will he available.
Cross Interroratlons to plaintiff haw
hern filed by Kinney. Dallou & Mc
Clanahan In the ciiulty suit of Farah
A. rinrcer vs. Charles W. Roolli nnd
Chat Irs R. Drskv.
Plaintiff In Merlcourt vs. Nnrwill:
Insurnnco Co. appealed from Judge
Sllllman's refusal of a new trial.
Wednesday, May 2.
Tho Supreme Court has rendered a
decision overruling cxccptlonso of Akol,
gunidlan, nnd J. It. Darennba, surety
Given Between these
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL 92.
Wheels, ?8 Inch.
SpnUrs. WueJ to lnter-eclIon,
Tlrs. H men Improve! Burwell de
Frame 22 inch,
Crank Hanger. i7i Inch drop,
F rk Gown, ne p'ree drm forced,
Bearliii". rturvell Hall, dust-proof, oil
Inthro' ch lift') w mxI-s,
Sprockets (la ced and dettch.-hle,
Cluin. 3-iG Inch C'evelan I hirdcnl
blink and pin. b veled and p liheJ side
Cranks. d( Inch.
rYdals. C'-ve'iind R.it Trap,
Maud11 R.ir. n w reveriih e' No. y,
polish d kit her crips,
Saddle. v heeler Extra,
GeT. 7 and 8 tv.th re ir; 21, 22, 23, 24,
25 to th fri"t srrihkrts,
Cr.ik, 6' imh.
'I lns, ilg'nili Improved '"iir e" dc
nhil'li'. a d Ui inch or Mi inJi Cleve
land lnjjl tul-e.
Frame, 24 .ncli,
The "CLEVELAND" natm plate guarantees pctieuion.
This wheel is from the Hono ulu Bicycle Co., Agents for Clevelanc
Choice miy be made between the ccrrcsoondino I adies' Models
should the winner or 1st piize be a Jady
? HuubC Cnlilc Bill, '.
tf Washington, Apt II 20. Tho
v House, (Jijimulttcu on Commerce .
tf tody snbdtitutid tho Hlici tu.ni bill .
'" for the ouiisniictlon t,t n l'nclilc
' luuIo in place of tho bill roomily
-. pasatil by tlio Hetiate.
V- 'I he bhiinnill but had been pre-
vlously reported to tho Houbc,
i but todn 8 action pitta It In the
form of ti sulMtitutc for the Ken- -.
A- ate measure. It dilfcts ftom the -'.-
Scnntc ulll In providing construe- -i'
tlon by private con ti act under .
;V- Government supei vision, while
tho Senate bill provides tor Gov-
iV crnnicnt construction nnd opera- ,
on guardian's bond, to Judgment on the
bond for $200 In proceedings hrough
by Judge Stanley. Justice Whiting
writes the opinion, which Is signed b
Justice Ficnr and Acting Justice Lor
rln Andrews. Dickey for plaintiff; Dt
Dolt for defendant.
Justlco Whiting Is author of it una
nimous opinion of tho Supreme Court, I
Justice Frcnr and Circuit Judgu Stan
ley participating, In tho submission of
cnso of John A. Dutterflcld vs. Charles
Don, relative to a foreclosure of mort
gage. Tho submission of case Is dis
missed without prejudice to cither
party, on account of want of clearness
in agreed facts. Castle & Weaver for
plaintiff; Holmes for defendant.
A unanimous decision of tne Supreme
Court by Justice Whiting, Joined In by
Justice Ft car and Acting Justice SUM
mnn, overrules the granting of n non
suit In Union Feed Co., Ltd., vs. 13. D.
Thomas, assumpsit. Tho ground of
ion-suit wuu mat planum u.m um
irovcd Itself to bo a lawful corporation,
ilnlntlff being refused leave to offer
he proof nftcr resting Its case. It Is
leld by the Court that only slight fur
her fotmal ptoof was ncccssaty and
ho case ought to havo been reopened,
('he rase Is remanded to tho District
tourt. Dlttlng for plaintiff; Mi-Cants
Itcwnrt for defendant
Justlco Frenr writes tho unanimous
iplnlon of tho Supremo Court, Justlco
vVhltlng nnd Jitdgo Stanley suhscrlh
ng with him, on nn nppeal from the
Third Circuit Judge. Tho caso was G.
iV. Ahoy vs. M. I- Scott, assumpsit for
MG.fi,". Tho District Magistrate of
South Koun threw It out of court, on
tho ground that scrvlco was made be
fore summons was issued, but declin
ed to allow defendant's nttorncys's fees.
The Circuit Judge allowed the fees, ap
peal being solely on that point. Now
tho Supremo Coutt reverses the deci
sion of the Circuit Judge, holding that
nttotney's fees nro not allowed upon
the quashing of the summons or ser
vice. Cnthcart for plaintiff; Andrews
Friday, May 4.
Justice Whiting Is author of n una-
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL No oc.
Wheels, 2S inches
Sroke-, ni.keled blued In Irlerseitlnn,
Gear. 77(22x8); with ijmrcie '97.
Tirs, i Inch improved Burwell Ditach
able. Frame, 22 Inch,
rvnk h.T'Rer. 7 'nc'i dnp,
Fork Crown, one pine ur 'P lorged,
Hrarluc. Hur.ell dut-proof, uillnp
tlirniiitli hollow ;'.l-s.
S mckets, tlanued and detachaMe.
Chain 3-1G Inch Cleveant h.vd-ned
Mock and pin. beveled a'M polished side
ranks dU i"ch.
Pedals, Clevi I ind ra'-tran,
Handle 'a'-, new reversible N". 9, r
lls'icd ledh-r cr ps.
SaJJIe, Finlli, "I itl enamel and nickel.
G'trs 7.8 nrn t"uth rear; 21, 21, 23,
24 25 moth f'ont sprockets.
r'.r.mk. 6'4 Inch. 11 n I 7 '"dl.
Ti'c.. 1 ' incli bun nvfil Blirw'l D-.
tnrtriile and tjj ori)i inch Clevel.nJ
F am-, 24 Inc'i.
PcJ.iU, Cleveland Kubter,
ilmoiiH opinion of tho Supromo Court1
tgntd by Justlco Frcar, tho writer nnd
ndgo Pcrty In Knulmakaole Infants
s. Alexander Lazaius, bill to ail
lensuie dower. It Is an nppoil "rom
udgc Stanley, who decreed ugiliiat
bill to admcasuio dower for tho
.Idow Lf tho lato Jcscih Lamms on
1 1 tain ion! csuitc. 'i ho Supiemo
out t sustains the decree. Joseph Li
nus bought two lots at auction mid
.ie rnlrut for both were Issued m his
Jim, but in paying a dapoalt of 25
.r cent for ono of them ho told .ins. It.
.oyd, cleik of Government lnmU, that
nis purchnso was for nnnlhpr p":son.
.tier his sou, tho defendant Alexander
azaius, paid tho balance on this lot.
noK possesion of and improved it.
ho main point of tho decision Is that
i wife Is not entitled to dower In lands
if her husband, of which he was not
icncflclaly seised. In tho course of the
leclslon attorneys nro Instructed, not
or the first time, thnt tho Supremo
'ourt will not search tho records fo
illegcd errors that nro not specified,
tor consider briefs stated to havo been ,
lied In other courts. Tho Supremo
Jourt must havo bilcfs of Its own.
Icnshnll for plaintiff; Dc Dolt for de
fendant. Justice Fionr writes tho Supremo
Court's unanimous opinion In J. A.
Hopper vs. O. W. Lincoln nnd H. 13.
Cooper, Rkaied by himself, Justlco
Whiting and Judge Stanloy. The np-,
pcnl was against Judgment tor tho '
plnlntlff for $311.93, Including Inter
est nnd costs, against Lincoln person
ally and against Cooper as tho owner
of tho building, for tho enforce
ment of a uiochnnlc's lien, without pre
judice, to tho right of tho latter to con
test tho enforcement of tho lien by ex
'ptitlon. Tho decision Is that "a Bne
clnl execution may Issue upon n Judg
mi iK for the enforcement of tho lien
against tho property covered by It,
even though Judgment ennot bo en
tered against tho owner personally,"
Tho exceptions nro over-rulod but, on
account of an Informality in ono ot
tho papcis, the case Is remitted to the
Circuit Court for such further pro
ceedings na may bo proper. Deficien
cies In tho law arc mentioned by the
Court, but It construes tho law liber
ally for tho protection of mechanic
Kinney, Dallou & McClunnhan for
plaintiff; Cooper for himself, Magoon
& Sllllman with him.
another unanimous dee'"''" Is ren
dered In Pacific Hardware Co. vs. Lin
coln & Cooper. Tho Judgment for
plaintiff on a Jury's vordlct Is horo nlso
upheld. Distinctive points from tho
former caso nro these: "A material
man who furnished materials at the
request of tho contractor beforo the lat
ter abandoned his contract need not fllo
his Hen and bring suit within thrco
months after tho abandonment, but
may do so within three months after
the completion of the building. A sub
contractor's lien Is not limited to tho
amount duo tho principal contractor.'1
S. C. Allen vs. Lincoln and Cooper
goes the samu way as tho two preced
The winner o the second prize
ma choose an one of tlute three
stlesof mac ines :
SINGER NUMBER K.
Is an ra ilv operated, lijnt r inning,
iioisrtcss, os Iilatlnj? shut'le, lock-s'ltch
in ihu e, suitable f- r .ill grades of tainllv
irwing .mi for light nianulacturlng pur
poses. It h is nnelv ndjus eJ and positive
mechanical inovi-inents, a sh rt self-set
ting Needle. Independent ThreaJ-G'n
trailers and Stitch Keulators a coinbi
natloi which Necures the highest rate of
.prrd every t at' nird.
SINGED NUMBER 27.
(VIHh-ATING SIIUTiLE )
Is a light-rii'ti ing, qtilei e.olly narrat
ed, self-litre d'ng loch then m.i.hne.
aJap td 1 1 all vanities ot f.itnily srwmg.
A11.11114 its i.rtist I provements ar1 the
simple itltch I'eituliinr. v n'y-balanccd
T-iisl-n Automatic It .rriti.W luder, -.itn-pie
Shuttle and short self-tlMig NeedU.
SINGER NUMBER 24.
(AUlUlt A I'll. CH 'liVillll-tl I
Isa s inplr. llent, swl t and easy run
ning singie thrnid ma, hlne. Intf ded for
all hinds ot light sewing lu the honf.
On- ot its 111.11 iv aitracihms co slsts in
ilunvs ben g leidy fur Use whtn ihe
neeule is h e.uled.
rHiniTr 15.11M24 as above are with
Nintibrr 27 comes wltrt the Cabinet
'I Ills table 's tli litet result of the
.-asinet-niaker's a 1, in the ingenuity ol hs
irrangeniflit and tlinrnughnes of woil
'liuisliip The machine can be folded
own brlow the tab'e ngil'tst a renl-wooj
.liiclJ that fullv pioteits the dress of the
'perjtor and the tloor from all dropping of
'l, lint, etc. Ihe machine is thus
liornuglily pro-e.'ted from dust when not
n use and the closed table can be utilised
i che- pL-pose: The hlngtJ etetislo'i
e.if that 1 overs the machine when down
folded back when It Is rals-d. thus
laklng .1 taMe-tup measuring 50 Inches in
ength hv 18 inch s In width, and uffotd
rig ample room for the work.
From BERGERShN, Sole "cent frr
Inger sewing Machines for the Hawaiian
ing cases, nlthough tho issues nro dl
fcrcnt. Hero tho jury found agalm
tne contt actor, but lor the owner, an
the trial judge granted n new trial n
tho giound thnt the verdict was co.
tuny to the law and thu evidence. M
Cooler npptalid ngainst this rulln.
Ills exceptions are over-itiltd by ti
Supreme Coutt. Tho suit was f
. MU.G7 for materials to I'o i m' '
dwvilniK hoi'so nnd cottage owned bj
defendant Coorcr. As notice of Hci.
Has gIVUI Willllll thiee mouths hi.l
the completion of the building, the on..
Question cousldeicd was rounding mi
teilals alleged not to have gono nil
the building. '1 ho (Joint decides thnt
"Under the materialmen's lien law
wheto thuo Is n presumption that ma
tcilnls fuinlblied to be used In n build
Ing wcic used In the building, proo
ihnt n pot tlon of tho materials wcr
not so used docs not ns mnttcr of lav
destroy tho presumption as to tho re
mainder of tho material. These suit
all relate to tho Roman mansion ol
Judge Stanley haB mado an order t"
perpetuate tho testimony of Captnlti
13. II, Svendsen, master of tho steam
ship 1 Ionia, for use in nn action In ad
miralty the witness Intends to enter It
the Circuit Court of the Second Cir
cuit, Maul, against 8973 puck'iges ol
machinery and O. D. Stlllmnn, C, Drew
or & Co. nnd American Sugar Co., tc
recover balance on freight consigned
and delivered to Stlllmnn. In his pctl
tlon Captain Svendsen said ho wap
about to leave tho port of Honolulu
and, as process could only be issued In
tho Second Circuit, bo would ho put
to great expense by delaying tho steam
ship nt this port,
John J, Egan has filed nn nusnrer
for himself In tho suit of Hitchcock
and others ngainst Hustnce and others
Ho makes udmlsslons nnd denials of
llffcrcnt allegations, but neither ad
ults nor denies that Hustnce and Fos
.cr control tho Kntnalo Sugnr Co.'s af
fairs. Ho denies fraud on tho put of
defendants, and that they fraudulently
converted to their own uso J15.000 or
my Bum, belonging to tho funds of the
corporation. Also he denies thn: the
salo of delinquent stock advertised Is
Intended to cheat stockholder. Ho al
leges that th ecomplnitmnt's knew the
pi Ice paid thu McConistons for their
land befoto they subscribed lor aliares
o. tho corporation.
A writ of crior has been taken lo the
Supreme Court from the Fifth Circuit.
Kiuiul, In the case ot Yee Wo vs. Sun
Kwong Sing Co.. on n mnttcr of $153
costs taxed on defendants, the present
plaintiffs In error.
Tho free lectures to the pcoplo of
Now York under tho ntisplces of tho
Doard ot Education hove been extended
by tho opening of thrco new centers.
The establishment of tho city Island
course Is a step toward tne completion
of the plan to supply the Isolated com
munities In tho northern part of the
city with the same class ot lectures en-
Joyed by tho residents of tho crowded
Premo Sr. Camera
with outfit $40.
The Piemo 5r. repie-ents the l.ignes
ty eof hand camera. It Is made tron
se'ectrd 111 hogjnv cove rd wi'lt tine blac1
e.plier. The appearance ihrii open i
ext'emi-lv hands line, the finely h Ish-i
mail g.'iuy bed, and huqurred inet.il w tl
Irlng in perfect contrast Willi the blacl
The I'remn Sr. has Double Swing Bick
Double blldiig Front and Pack and ''In
loi, for focusing, the woiklnitp iris of wlPch
are entirely wi bin tne cie .md wh 1
clo-il Is me ely a neat lea'htr-.ove ed n.ix
Both the horizontal w d vtriical swing
are it ihe center of the plate, and nt y l
quickly adjusted by nirans of a sprl g
ie er, worini g in n series ot notches in
bra-s plate at the slJe.
The PremSr. U lilted will) twn tripod
pl.ite, nod has npinelat the back focus
ing on th-ground gass when de In J. ,
'everslble View Finder Is att'died to tin
bed f r upr ght or horlzmtt ! plciures.
The l.ens is the Victor Ra 'Id Recti ln-;n
possessing great power, and coi structe.
especially for Hnul Cam ra work. I
m y be removed from the shutter and th
Victor Wide Angle su Mltuted, ns the
cells of both Irns s are InttTchanurnhlf.
The N w Victor Sliut'er, Modtl of 1809,
with Iris l)Urliraim and I'neumallc ue!eAe. U fum
IstirJuhli the I'remo Sr nnJ ti.rmt a promhvnt part
of tlie nutlit. It works bftuern the liinscf. uillio t
nolw or ar, nnJ may be aJj'istel fur lime exposures
as wen as mr rapu insuniineous woik.
The K'ouni Rl" Is sprlnR actualeJ, anJ recede
ti allow Insertion of holJer, Glas I lates Cut an
IMH t-llms. mav all be meJ. the lioljers Ivlntt Inter
clianeealle. .. Tl Koli HolJrr Is Ihe I te
pattern, air.-ince J for Licit Proo or CartrlJce Uoli
of film, anJ It can, Uierelon t ImJeJ In dii
light The size of Ihe 4H )"'o cr w e
closed Is only ,ix"'ix7 Inches, InduJI-jr space or
three holders, or Koll Holder, nnd i m-ivh i.l v.
rounds. ... The outfit Includes i l"nt Holder
T Ipod. 1 Travs' Developer. Finer Neii Iv Hack
. Uraduatc, Sllrrlnj Rod and Lante.n.
From LE MUNYON PHOTO SUP
j PLY CO., Sole Agents.
Thursday, May 3.
Thcro were 113 deaths during tho
lonth of Apt 11, as follows: Under 1
car, SO; to to G, 5; 5 to lu, 4; lu to 20,
' to 3(1. 12; 3D to 40, 11; 40 to 50, -
10; 50 to CO, 10; C3 to 70, 9; over 70. "-'
11. Of this number, G9 wcto males and
II females. Dy nationalities: llawa
inns, 69; Chinese, 15; Portuguese, 11;
Japanese, 10; Drltlsh, 3; Americans, C;
and other nationalities, 4. In AprlC V
itsUj, theic we io (!2 dentlis; lu lsuti, b9; "
.n 1S97, 5C; in 1833, 103; In 13)3, 81.
Deaths by watds: Ward 1, 31; Ward 2,
.2; Ward 3, 27; Ward 4, 2; Ward 5, 30;
jutslde, 1, and non-rcsldcnls, 4. Death
rate per 1,000 for month, 3U0.I7; Ha
waiian, 55.31; Chinese, 15.91; Japan
so, 25.50; Portuguese, 21.00, and alt
Jthcrs, 18.00. Cause of death: Con
sumption, 22; typhoid fever and pnnu
nonin, 9 each; diarrhoea, 7; mcnln
;llls, G; syphilis, C; enteritis and heart
disease, 4 each; bronchitis, Inanition,
iiphtltls, premature birth nnd perl
onltiB 3 each; hcrl-bcrl, accident, can--cr
of stomach, croup, cirrhosis of
liver nnd gangrene, 2 each; npoplexy
(cerebral,) dysentery, eclampsia, coro-bro-splnnl
fever, practuro of skull,
hemorrrhago ot tho lungs, lnflamma
ion of the bowels. Injury to tho brain
(traumatic,) marasmus, old age, ob
struction of tho bowels, paralysis, pol
lening (arsenical,) progressive craacl
Ulon, sulcldo (pistol shot,) shock of
imputation, tetanus, tumor (cacerbrl)
and urncmln, 1 each.
Thursday, May 3.
The labor sltuntlon on tho Island of
Maul is anything but happy. Today
comes tno news tnat 500 Japancso la
oorers nnve gone on a strlko nil
oorcra tnrouguout the Island are
restive lf not nclv mnntl.
J. 1 Cooke received tno following by
th cLchua mall:
Klhel, Maul, May 2d All tho con
tract Japancso on the Klhel plantation
have refused wont nnd aro under ar
rest In Wnlluku, and the trials aro go
ing an. ms far as can no learned the
men have no stated complaint, nor
havo they made any. It Is thought tho
matter will bo satisfactorily nrranged.
The majority of the men did not want
to strike, nnd It Is believed they wore
coerced by tho lenders.
Wednesday, May 2.
In a telegram of the 25th Mr. Hart
well speaks hopefully for tho Immedi
ate pnssago of tho bill. Ho said he
might hnvo to wait for the Coptic In
order to obtain tho resolution for pay
ing tho Hawaiian bonds.
When asked this morning about his
rumored selection to bo Governor of
Hawaii Minister Damon said ho knew '
nothing of tho matter, did not think a
Governor would be appointed until the
bill was passed and signed and was ot
the opinion ho would remain with the
banking house of Bishop & Co. for
some time to come.
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