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A CHOICE SELECTION OF
HOLIDAY GOODS !
' ' ' Satchels, Fans,
ALSOiliUIHiE M ITELL ASSORTED STIIffi OF
Just Received ex " Mariposa,"
And Now Opened
A. M. MELLIS',
104 FORT STREET.
K. B. Store Open till 8 P. HL During the Holidays.
. mm i 1 1 nssss5saujg&aafca3WB
SO AS TO PLACE THEM
Within the reach of everybody
Simplest Time-Keeper to the Finest
Finished Adjusted Watch.
I Warrant them all Perfect
In Every Way.
If you "Want the "Wortli of your Money.
I Will Give it to You. in
A WALTJ1AM WATCH.
H 1. ULT. t U
At the Old Stand. No 8
TIH, COPPER & SHEET IRON WORKER
PLUMBING, in all its branches ;
Artesian Well Pipe, all sizes ;
STOVUS ANB B ANG-ES
TeW Sim. MmWImm tueiLnuwi. Iiv T l'.daa Miv.t'ooMMl.GrAad Fxur.
NnlUnLUvM. U..VfMulkj; l.;in.l.ii. FTun Jt nr fews.XacMl'kutn'.Back.
XMSm. pta. Mivri. Wllffi. Chvr I ku. NuaWc. bn4 Ji Lawr. (4OTTO.
niliiiihwillim ! Tinnn t nli ii Tir Ti in Oman Inm Waa. Nicfcri rUavd mad Flan ,
Galvanized 'Iron Water Pipe, all sizes, aad laid on at
Ixjwest Rates; Cast Iron and Lead Soil Pipe,
House Furnishing' Goods, all kinds;
4 MtL IS) tU
Lrft and Tintv Pantpa. 1 b4vn ratii tjnr Mt I 'Ifprr t aft Land,
Ll 11m Tin IWl, Jtr n wU. JUrtHv iaj Kl Waaa Marfil.
Cnandeliers, Lamps, Lanterns
J. EKSSBaLUTH & C0.9
NO. 5 mriTAKU STREET, HONOrOXTT,
Agents for the 'Superior' Stove
nrjiaRalaP (vM ' J ""iM. "
KlrQII Tr g BMBaign.t4
We want th
.1 . TELEPHONE Sr- SI I
o Public to under
.and that the
'tW'sn Feed Company,
t trWja! . rartMk ! Um
HAT, OATS. BAELET, BRAN. &, &
rr Ktn -
W THE LOWEST RATES.,
sst mk mm fr a Larr
tsca Ji v
For Inspection at
STOVES AND RAKP;cs
SHEET METALWARF QHHAN0
XTj. sins rt snxx
cumins us faaj ci ipputinci
Take Notice !!!
AJ.t. x i.ij5 .- .1 Aj, r Jaut.
Botn Jfative & California I
good FAanrr worses
Cjt John C. Cluncy
A Kl LL UXE OF FAMILY GRO-
on-n yon SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
jrsr Kccuviai rtu
DARK "C. R, BISHOP," ND
STEAMER " EHRENFELS,"
t. n.iLi; i pari pi a twit".
A l-urge Asst. of Dry Goods,
lYtunis. Kiv.ii uJ Walt. Pottce
I'nlK TVliBC". Tatar, lied. 1C
Merinos, black and colored, 4 qualities
Ken. Crtairr. Alpacas. Italian Cluth. and
Fmcj TrUls T rat jFi . c f w f Mi Ir
lnotJ Satttwa. llaJtb,
tkab&tx3, Xawss, Ntm
Ymaey Mnrl OrvoaJiarw.
Ma. Jipuinw, Twin, rrn
HUck and Cotorrd YWtH.
tfUtlt, Gnweraia. Kaacy. CVfrml tad Mnjvd
Hod.ln. tMrilA. Twrrd. CorU.
A Splendid Asst. of Shirts,
iWJ.J(!irt lava:. IVaia JtcJ
Kocls aad Moclmc. UaaiLtrrfeds.
A LA111JK l.SVOH'KOr'a.OTHlMi
Km. HUel CUk Vrvea Coal, and IlBU.
KuclUn k. fante aaU Salts.
1'ett. lloLair. ItaiU. nusrl Nl and rants.
Knr Murta and OiMrens Julcta,
Mudry and Nufer J arises.
I. IL CuaU and LtCkUVS Carnrt Sappers.
Cuttua and Turaiah Tnri.
Wait-and Fur; UuMs,
Ftril Borland Bros1. Carivtlns,
11 .. .V lv XS'XXs
Hunv KUL4. Into and tun lSUnkrU.
Kane !MRivd W wtrn. Iw hum,
ScaxWt. Cnncr. hlt Um4mi,3uvJ 4 iMZi,
rttTTJ. 4t El.c. Scartn. Ac
Silk nd VIH lUbUttt.
Battua rtw Shuts. CmU, I'ubk Irvw.
PLKKUMEKY, FUiHIDA WATfiK,
iMrawtM' tn tk CoKvok. Labtn! HilracU.
1 Hki Njps ltufcxvcDf'. Hur IM. CcuIm,
Mirrurs, LuuliEC UUi. l'Uv.
Mbwue. tWd 1J. JtirT, Wtct.f?.
LxtMim. ins. Dane Imxgb &&1 VarWr
CKATl OF ASMKTKI CKUCKEISY,
Vms mad Glwttr. MamU mt Ttrrwl Kcy.
Hvnt tad I. K. CwU Bosltts.
Sxxscii" ctr Hlco Bags
Of all BUva and quahtur.
Co Kur. Ga(H. Tvtne. ferUfe
WeulpM. and Tvtllvtl Swkift. Lms H.
Swtow. w half and qvartvr bcin.
H. aad I. HucmU, S&k iu.
Ww IX in Ts,lMwnBeCadl,4. 3 and 6.
UAtoitiv. Cocuaaat M. W h Hoe.
HtMwk'i linsewl I'unt Oil. II Whrt ZsJ,
l L ftl vl KmUikao Brandy, and
Ku. Ots, b. V9.nl Fwr, AW vkI IVrWr.
1 Vrt H Kkw M icf.
t'taw and TaM Hants, Cbannvcss,
:. U. Maaun Jt (V. SjrUiBc H.vk.
Ii7 Hcdck. UoocpLe. CL. Farre.
German and Havan a Cigars
rutetlWan puuns. Furls, Crm,lMSu,
1'uck.M and l3cnrr ksurvi, Sajrs
Manrp MMarik NnrdVtk Jxjuca, ilcv.
pip. OalTmnixcd HMaA. Uw.p Inx
Knc Kirvto. UamiBrs
Yrlluv JIM! and Cucspivitwa NaiIs,
Bdbbrtt MrUl. acar Cr.
Iruo Tanks CUnaen tc ilso,
Fiw CUt. BUcfemttfa Coat n Fncls.
Tflw. Enpt.T BarrvU Oak Rwta. lew Jfcc Jc
Importers and Dealers in
URGE AND WELL-SELECTED CARGOES
ALL HIE CbCAL blOCK SIZES
TiaBEE. PLiBK, EOABDS,
iSC15G ABD PICSUS
v i ..sso. oiv xiivri
A Xoit Cocplctc SUek of
HHfc ASSORTMENT OF IgftU PAPB1
I.AT1J.T 3 ,
S:aallig . Ftaak, aarfacv ad nl
Bot4, f aHni ami rasfa Batter,
rfctco, kc, uttiCT, ctrt&
JIo. is Motb,
Fant and Vihitcwash Brushes
n iiart; LUP,
5LETALUC ABD OTHER PAIHTS.'
DOORS SASH BLINDS
Of Eastern and CllfornlMke
w sile is QrArrmEs to sitt
Tar and Pitch.
TAJt. 3arTTI fBUTi
SWEDllt tax oil. slci nitson,
WEHNESUAY, IXBKCAUY . IfrSI
Oar f .w TarV lttap
coxxtxciu. a Rxa rrs iiajtsrtMis.
Niw Yoxl JasnaiT 14. 1SS1.
Th rar 1S! rlftwo witli an unloviun
rNvnl of iiclis in jm til 1cIiok
d tool mxlnrt aad leading articlw ol
neirhasilizo. Th penal of liqaiiUUoa
trhich Ivjm faxlj in 1S2 has cvalinnnl
te twroty jnoolhs. ntpjicof Ihohonr
.mftr bun& men now w. whellier wo
bar rvadcl tho Ivttoai. Tb ol
rnfottnl rconcoijr in redaction ilnto
restricted rnrctajw en all hands, tau
lvrn too trvouently oatlined tonvmiro
rlalKvato rijJanation. The lt.tUr bait ot
1STO had witnwsed ettral jeasens ol good
rro at home and cixiwrondisglr short
hanrrst in nro. The Vaitod States
had twa tellinjr abroad freclj of its
jarodnce and this, in ronnoction with
the six tirreoding years ol moderate par-chases
by consumers had brought the
ronntiy as a whole to a degree ol
which ahowvd itself in rapidly
demands for alxaivt eren arti
cle of commerce, tad. by the aid of the
ttill remaining high protective war tariff
ua imiKnitM jinxim... MimmiiKv "w m
tire indestries in a marked degree. The
ronntrr had ontnm itself, somewhat, in
the so called boom of ItumlSiS
to 1S79 it had jaid the penalty and aided
by Xaronng weainer ana leruie sou cau
hud the foondations tor another sport
This besan in the and fall of
1STO Of the enormous increase in tndtts
trial iffoducing capacity from ISA) to 1K52
it is unnecessary to sjieak at length. Tho
great railway building era is comprised in
mat period ana steel rail nuus were
which enabled the railway kings
to lay trim 7.001) to litKW miles of rails
iwr annum. All other industries to a con
siderable extent kept pace with this, and
in two or three years greatly exceeded the
uome reiuixvments. iMunATuuiiuuiiwu
fallen far Ivliind its own records, cotton
and woollen mills had increased tueir annual
output until the goods remained in
the warehouses in sufficient quantity to
warn the ivorrietors that for the tune lv
ing the public were stocked. To eompli
cate this, there came the new cotton mills
at the south where the raw material was
to l obtained without paying the freight
which entered rerf orce into the accounts
of the New England mills. In this way
competition injured uic trasinessana pros
wets of the northern ami eastern mills
empkned on the class of fabrics under
taken at the south. Failure, werv not un
known as a result, and the several mam
moth cotton goods auction sales taking
place at New York during the year jtist
past constituted the means taken to turn
surplus, and not readily saleable stocks
into cash. The blanket sales during the
same season and of kindred proportions
tells of the pinch which came to the wool
len industry. In raw tivn there was an
enforced steppage of about eighty-five
furnaces between January 1st, ltJ, and
January 1st. 1SL lTices had declined
daring the year from f 23.50 to ?-1, aud
many of the less efficient stocks found it
impossible to do business profitably. Some
few steel rail mills have shutdown- or
practically so. One. at Joliet. Ill, and the
Vulcan at St. Louis. tYhile tho latter
may not have actually banked its fires it
is known to bo turning orders at market
rates, over to other mills.
lint since the first of the year there has
been sufficient modification of some of tho
vital elements in the trade situation to at
least warrant the inquiry whether a change
for the better has not finally begun. It
appears to rest mainly on a slight gain in
the pig iron, and a still greater improve
men! in the steel rail situation The tra
dition that the iron trade is a gauge to the
general business situation, and the record
of that industry apparently justifies the
relation between it and commerce in must
leading lines. Iron is generally first to
feel an approaching decline, and likewise
earliest in the nekl with symptoms of
something better. At present, rewrts frum
most of the western pig iron prodneing
centers mention a somewhat increased in
quiry and a aoticably improved feeling
among producers, and dealers. At some
points prices are quoted tairer. and at oil
fewer concessions in prices can bo obtained
on cash orders. It is especially noteworthy
that Mime moderately large contracts for
delivery, month by month during the
year, have been contracted in rsew lorfc
at fJO per ton. This is significant as
indicating the existence even the growth
of the opinion, that bottom prices in
iron have been reached, and that no
better bargains are to be gained by wait
irg. Once let this opinion prvTail throughout
the trade, and the turn will have been
made. Demand will increase and prices
advance. Production is now about equal
to the hand-to-mouth species of consumption
which has been current so long. Steel
rails have been quoted at f35 per ton since
last fall. Sales Tare been made at lower
figures, in a few instances: Now $33 is
more firmly asked. One small sale has
been made at ?3T. This however, is hardly
to be taken as a warrant to higher priefs
HOW TBI w,ls stkxsgthesxii.
At the risk of being somewhat personal
I cay as well relate to you how this fact
was used during the week in market manipulation.
From unquestioned authority
in the steel rail producing trade I learned
of the sale on Friday last (January 11th)
and mentioned the small sale of rails at
37 in the market report of a leading Nw
lore commercial ana financial weekly
journal, adilir," as well that it was an ex
ceptional transaction and of small volume.
Said iron trade report was telegraphed in
advance or pumicauon nere. to tne lima
delphia f and published in that jour
na simultaneously with its public appear
in New York. The trade in thecpxiet old
Quaker town were evidently interested by
the statement and it was retelegraphed to
ew lork. (on Saturday, day before jest
erdavltothe Stock Exchange. There it
appeared in the shape of "a Philadelphia
tuspaicn siaung mai steei rau3 aau advanced
to f37. a gain of f2 per ton. This,
and u rumors n of a more satisfactory
solution of the north western railway pool
troubles than had been expected, was considered
nrobaHe "streBtened the mar
ket" in the afternoon. At least the New
xcrkfcnH.5 jff saidsb. - JAY
a sxixxzs rami or TKanc.
The volume of general trade i. . the
distribution of merchandise is smaller
than in a like period in 1SS3. Railway
earnings of the roads centering at Cincin-
r J", . !.: l-i: il 1 .1..-.
nau ana a, uncagu uj mw, uus.
The severe coll weather since the open
ing of the year, has decreased cattle tnip
ments, and the heavy fall of snow has delayed
railway transportation in various
of the east and west The sod-en
change in temperature during the
week melted the snow fast and the Ohio
and other rivers tributary thereto have
risen so hirh as to interfere with navira
tion and cause damage from overfow; but
this will not account lor all tte decrease
in the movement of goods noted
The sensation in commercial circles has
been iix perverse decline in wheat. Two
houses failed yesterday owing to the persistent
decline in the price of that grain
when it shoedd. if foreign food buyers
would only send over theirorders for it
materially advance. Saturday wheat dropped
SJ cents per bushel to about $1-01
and two cents more again this moraine.
On December loth, it stood at about
The aggregate of stocks of wheat m &
CmtedTStates the soaIled visible supply
is over 33JMX00Q bushels. larger than ever
before. Ve have been banking thjs sop-ply
in the expectation that bv January 1st
the United Kingdom would hare eaten
pretty well into what she had on hand
three months ago and wnedd want more.
The Russian ports being closed at this
time, and the Indian shipment being
it was calculated that the heavr
supplies in the United States wocM be
wanted acroad. ana at our own prices.
Bat British stocks are larger than they
were three months ago. That tells the
In Congress there is much tariff talk
and uvut present prospect or mncn beinrr
done in the way of redadng the excessive
revenue br cutting down rates of import
dsties. The protectionist element of the
democracy appears to be strong enough,
if voting with the republicans to block any
action which the Carlisle or revenue reform
democrats may attempt
Perrr Behaast, second instead uf first
best man on tne uommiaee on r orcign
AfairsL im Tainted oct to xae feci tte I
callerr of tne Hogs of Bepr&e&tarives I
tie other day I -wish fce coold go oat bu
Honolulu so that you might all take one
look at the little tor who stirred nt so
much commotion out your way with alle.
n clear case of doin business on his
father's reputation. He s the most overrated
young man who has had an opportunity
to fill so largo a share of the public
eyeso young in life.
New York has been very ray of late.
The grand annua! charity ball was given
at the new Metropolitan Opera House, and
was mncn tne same success mat its predecessors
have been. The representativrs
of New York's best society were nearly all
there and the affair went stiffly and properly
and formally and luxuriously on from
abont eleven in the "evening" until a good
deal later. Yi'm. IL Tanderbilt, the old
gentleman, gave the swell entertainment.
for tne bouse ox tanderbilt, tms year.
AYIlham has at last been swallowed, so-to-
rpeak, by the class of "Teal select" New
York society who once scouted at the idea
tt nvnirttip or beinp twimh! bv Ibe
"Many Alillioniare of railroad f ame,v He
is too'rocently from the walks of trade, or
commerce, or both. In the case of the
"real select" referred to, it is only fathers
or grandfathers who have worked for
them. The gilded pill, or "Bill" as yon
choose, was however too tempting not to
bo .wallowed, and so as stated above, at
William's "party" they all went, danced,
ate and doubtless had a goo,", time, but
found fault with it the next morning
(noon) for the want of taste in this, that
and the other direction. The generally
accepted opinion as to tho cost of the
ball is SIOAOOO. From this yon
may readily infer that $o0,W0 would bo
nearer tne exact sum.
Charles Delmonico, the last of the series
of "original" Delmonicos, who hsve for
yearb conducted the world renowned res
taurants in this city which bear that name.
has been notoriously of deranged mind
for many month. It was the mistaken
kindness of his friends and relatives, that
he was not placed in charge of somo insti
tution where they attempt
to cure such diseases. His where
abouts have been unknown for over a week
and the polic three cities in this vicin
ltyaswellas the ablest detectives have
been on the alert for him night and day
without avail. The belief gains ground
that ho has committed suicide and that
Lis body may or may not bo found in somo
ui ute couais, iivera or ouer uuuios oi wa
ter in New J ersey .where he has been traced.
The daily papers have published like
nesses of the man and much space is giten
over to discussing the mvstenous
of one of a noteJ and very pop
ular family. Mr. Delmonico is (or wa)
worth considerably in excess o f j l.tXW,lX).
ICidnapping has been suggested, but is
not received as probable.
X C. Srrvtis.
Supreme Cenrt of tae HawallaH ItlaniLt
Tub Kio vs. Mauckilclv.
JatU, C. , Jf.-C itid Aiutim, J,
itit Giart by .'ACi, J.
Bill of exceptions from the third Judicial
The defeodefit was convicted on an iudieU
meat charging forging and uttering an instrument
of th. following is a copy.
STOW. UtlnU. Nfrt 1 1,
lftr Jat pnmi44tV3 fti
l, arrfrr ....MahaaaUlLi
...Hr. iijmaa B,
.v. lit lh Ceo. WillToa.
Tho wonla in lUlica form the printed blank
wlucli u filled. The teatimeny shows that
thenaaw intended ti l tho aiguatare wit
Geo. WUIfocg. The cote was offeree! by the
defendant to the proprietors of a Chincie itore
who cashed it.
The defendant s firit exceptiuu is bued oa
the provisieii in the chapter oa forgery,
Code, Chap. XXS, Sec 7 "Provided
towever, that it la esaential to constitttto forgery,
that the falsa instrument ahoald carry
on it face the icmbtanco of that for which it
was counterfeited and it should not be obviously
invalid, void and of no effect."
10 ue Kmg vs. lieleliilii, heard oa excep
tions at the last July Term, the Court considered
a case precisely parallel to this, and
the reasoning and authorities there employed
need not be repeated here.
The line dtscnmiaating between such false
instruments as da cot bear the semblance cf
that fUicli the. are counterfeits and those
which do bear it, mast l determined by the
complexion ofcach case as it antes, and it is
not likely to exclude from Ibe ela of forgeries,
papers which are intended for forgeries
and which have been successfully uttered.
The next exception is to th. admission of
evideacc of tho defendant, having another
draft for $100. about a week before htj arrest
and hts statements concerning it. This was
offend to show goittj knowledge and to rebnt
the presumption of innocence ignorance.
This is established doctrine in jrascs
of forgery and counterfeiting. See Gteenleaf s
Evidence, Vol. 3, Sec. Ill and tit A, where
many authorities are cited, also 119 Mass. 151
Com. v. Coc.
The third exception, to the question what
prisoner did with the said $100. note comes
under the ruling on the foregoing exception.
And finally we do net End that tho verdict
was against the weight of evidence.
The exception, are overruled.
Attorney-General Xenmann; W. 0. Jones for
Honolulu, Jan. S;, IS;I.
Snprvm. Court .r la. H.w.Ua Island
January Term. ISSt In Basra-
Jobs Bobsixo vs. ITojro Qrco.
tin Vvmrt ftr 144 (. J.
This is on appeal by the defendant to the
Sepreme Ccurt in Banco, on a point of law,
from a judgment ia the Tolice Court of
The actios purports to be brought ii pursuance
of the Statute entitled "Of summary proceedings
to recover possess! '. of land in certain
cases." Civil Code, Art 10, and
There is in evidence a mortgage upon certain
premises oc Liliha street, in Honolulu, dated
ith July, 1SSI, executed by Kaukans, (w.)
and David Kanae her husband, to one Hini
Lowrey. securing the payment of $i00 and
interest, m two rears troni date.
Also a lease of the same premises from th.
said mortgagors to iiongtjiirg, (.defendant)
dated March 30th. lSea. for ten rears from
date, at the annual rental at cfij, by which the
lease, covenants to pay in. net at sir. W. B.
Castle's c&ce until the mortzare is paid. The
inference would be that Mr. Castle represented
the mcrtgigce. There is also the following
covenaat: This lease is dado subject to the
aforesaid mortgage, and if the land sheuM be,
old upon foreclosure of the mortgage, then
tins laso caa be annulled."
Then is in evidence further, a deed dated
:tU Sect- lSeX, from F, C Lowrer. describ
ing himself as Leir of Maria Lowrey the mortgagor
first mentioned, to John Bobello, (plaintiff)
wove ring to htm upon foreclosure all the
interest which he possessed by th. mortgage.
The defendant urges that there is no rela
tion of landlord and tenant existing between
hiei ud tne plaintiif and that therefore the
statutory proceeding to disposees a tenant does
not apply- lie claims that if the plaintiff as
the mortgagor's assignee adopts the lease, then
he is betrad by it and as the lease has Dot expired
the defendant is entitled to judgment.
And it tee ptainus Claims ice lease to be reid
as subsequent to the mortgage, then
tbert is no relation or tenancy between th.
panic, and the defendant is a trespasser.
THi Caort held ia Kaaih Je vs. Cratbe. 3
Haws B. n 6, that the statute we ore now
ceaseleraag applies .oiy wber. the relation
cf laraflerd and tenant confessedly exists."
This was aSxrmed la Cney vs. Masele 4
Ia Taylor's Laadhrd and Tenant, Sec 720,
tho author aars. in discussing a similar statute
ia Kew York State: This statute applies to
cases where the cocventMcal relation .f land
lord aad tenant subsists and net where it is
created by operatioo of law. Therefore a
mortgager cancel be tuned oat of poiaaeston
of the mortgaged premise, under this statute."
Ia Bvcmca vs. fruttoa, 5 licnd.. i,
aru C. J. cart: This staruta is apclicabl.
between lacdl.nl aad tenant cely . Xo such
reealMn existed between J. and x, th. whole
proceedings therefore frca begianisg to end.
can Bvca iiuui jttiuujuiiHa uu .iu.
The itatate was dearie designed to anord
a speedy remedy when the cooventiocal re)
tiaa cf facdlcra and texaat fTirtfd and nofi
where that relation is created by operatiea cf
law. The legislaort nevar latended toat the
mortgagee should have a riget t. pisieed seder
tms stanit. to obtalu pcasesaioQ ef the
Bortra?32 sremisef after
Tkts ti andJubceJlr end law. Bet the rr.
Iaiea of lazdlord asd tesaat ia tlic matter
fcfars as is not created bj cperatics cf law,
umtse case of a Bcrtfafor and Dor?agce.
It is created br tie lease iuetf aad tie leasee:
is wrtotifed to dorr tliis. Xac Ucaat i.retd
a kis leaae tiiat it sfcoald b forfeited if ta
Erceaisea were scid ruder foreclo.ar.cfUi.
zr statute, as ancaded, dirrers frna lass of
Xear Xcrk is that itcsajerajarisdactacaapoa
the coutt when tho tenant ia bclaingover
"without rUht after th. delermlBatioa of attek
tecaacy either by afSax ef lime or by rnaivi
or A., forfeit Mdir fli mmi7,aiil or
rtsin any tuck leas.''
It areola la us thai, if it bo true as conceded
la argument that the grantee ef a lesser can
bring aunmary proceedings uuJer the statute
to dispossess a tenant who iraists ia remaining
en tho land after tho determination ef the
tenancy, for any statutory cause, there is no
reason why the grantee ef a mortgagee, sac.
reeding to all the rights ef tht mortgagor, who
was also grantor and lessor, cannot do tho
The method ef irane'erring the estate from
the lessor to th. defendant is only a little more
circuitous tl.in a direct aal. from leuor t. defendant.
It was a condition in th. leas, that
it should bo annulled if th. premises were sold
under foreclosure. Tho dtfscdaat lessee en
tered th. premises by virtu of this least ami
covenanted to pay the rent to tho mortgagee
and he cannot now say that it is void and that
lie is a trespasser. The aaeimre ef th. tilt.
now claims that tho leas, is void hy reason ef
the happening of an event which waa contemplated
both by th. leaser and th. defendant,
and we think tho plaintiff, is, en these fscts,
entitledtojudgmcttfor the possession ef the
The defendant, attorney called th. Court,
attention to ih. fact that th. snuim.na doe.
not allege a tenancy between tha parties. An
omission of this character was held in Coney
vs. Mauri, (supra) to be fatal. But In that
ease the motion to dismlas tho summons on
this ground was made ia the District Court.
In the case before ns the motion was not only
not made iu tho lower Court so that the defendant
conld cu the defect by amendment,
brUlho case was proceeded with as if tho allegation
of tenancy had been in the summons.
The proofs all conformed to such a case. We
think it is too late to dismiss the caa. on such
grounds en appeal, and allow the plaintiff to
amend hia eninmons in this respect, and lie
may then have judgment
0. Brown for plaintiff; E. I'rtston for defendant.
Honolulu, January, 1SSI.
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a risE AssosTjcrsT or
Japanese Lacquered Ware
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