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WEDNESDAY, MABCII 4 1685
Supreme Court of tiie Hawaiian Islands
Frm January, Term 1885. Jurywaired.
Akiona. ts. Kouala SufiAn Co.,
lUfore Austin J. Opinion,
On thcSHli da; or August, 1670, nlial appears
to be a leaae int riling, from tlic defend-in:
to I lie plaintiff, of certain land and premises
in Kohala, Iiawaii, for tlie Icnn of three years
from date, at the monthly rental of S12, was
executed and delivered tn the plaintiff liv
If Johnson, nho signs tho instrument in the
name of defendant by himself. At the time,
ho was actinr manarcr of the plantation in tho
?ico'of M "- C.
I . M J. r'
" " ".r ".'"',""8 " 188. Those siras
or ncalth that formerly struck the visitor to
the island, owed their origin to the ougar in.
dustrj. At the European" markcls
are virtually closed to Cuban sugar. In tho
prounco of Puerto Principe tho prcxluctiou of
sugar baa ceased completely, in thatof Cuba it
is strongly affected, and in SanLt nr, ;i
near its cessation. The dues on unrimL
ms or a pantauon, six percent municipal
dues, and tho export duty of about $1 per
bocoy of 1,400 pounds. Tho duty is
vu cquai 10 ininy percent of the act alue.
rrom 1671 to 1883 the production of sucar
shrnnV from 061,000 tons to 400,397 tons; tho
cipott, from 017,367 tons to 408.2I& tons; that
0,.. Umled fattc8 from 181.8tl ns to
435,916 to IP.oio tone. The decline of
aucuon lrom 18S3 to 1881 ym equal t 22 per
cent. The public press advises u cbango from
sugar production to the cultivation of nco and
coffee. But this itvn1tr ik. :...:i:.
ofmachiuery and plant or about one thousand
sugar establishments. S. J- Merchant.
pooplo invented a new
sport. Tho London Sportiwt Lift or December
25, 1 664, contains tho following :
In reply to J. Godicr, Jr.'s challongoof Friday
last, a gentlemen will back a lady to cat
C-lbs or tump Rteal in quicler time than he
Hoes. Tho Oldham can join and
makoasweePBUVcofii,fornot less than 2
10 s each. If the above will name a place to
ineet ucjr Billingsgate, tho gentleman will aU
Icn and arrange a match.
In answer to J. Qodiar, of Billingsgate,
James Brookes, of NoUincliam. all tV rnl
rninutcs start and eat agaim.t him according to
...Hlla,ol ramp steak, a 2-
ZZV'nJx q ,',a 30
James Brookes will
cat bacoa and -cabbage
',nf t!.m.ar J,oh,r,!b'. ttc one eating
most to be the winner. Kithirr P i.i. .u...
niatclies to be for 10
to 16 a aide; to giT0 or
take expenses to cat in London or Kottingbam.
JMan and moneyjeauy any nigh! at tho Dover
Castle Hotel, Oli lUdrord, Nollin, jham! B.llil
ncss only meant' t
Kemp, of Billingsgate, will m.to h himself to
pat more steak and bread and dri ,nk more tea
in hair an hour than Godier for l or lo, and
he will take 0 to 5 he beats h im in .spin
of one mUe -
directly afterward. Man and
money ready at any time.
fi . ., oha. Ileuge, if he
w. the lime toonohour, ag?nUeman
toeat71bs.orsteakand2 J SIopri J Woolwich!
2lLs h jaTes,for2
&' li ,'de; , ' "PP"'nn5
Si n "' v. ""oiuk to.
tllcrton, alias Gorger,ol Northampton,
seeing a challenge from J.. Godier. aliS
B1S Head of Billingsgate, to cat lbs. of rump
steak and a 21b. loaf, F
Gorger, will bo pleased U
own terms, or Peter the
himself to oat libs of hot
toes and drink half a jrallc
utcs, or against any man
sum. And nil! giro or U
in London or Xortlnniptcn
Sportinq Life m ill insure a
New Sugar SI
Tho Nowoll Universal
York Las introduced a st
on Governor "Warmout
Louisiana, which is thru
Tima-Democrat: "Wo fo
about 100 foot from tho n
tion is as eimplo as it?
shafts, with corrugated
Blomo it All on Me!
A grand crash a shower of flying splinters
bump! bumpl and tho coaches settled back
on the rails, and tho passengers picked
and cried out to each other that
there had been a collision. So there had.
Freight Ko. 17 was pulling in on the sidetrack,
but tho day express thundered down
onlicr while the long train waa yet a third of
its length on the main track. Some uno bland.
ercd. Some one's watch was off time. Some
one must be held responsible for the accident.
Under the overturned locomotivo was tho
dead. Near him was the engineer,
pinned down to tho frozen earth by one of the
drivers, and when ho had been relieved, a
doctor, who was among the passengers, knelt
bcaido him tnd said: "Arm broken Ice
broken foot crushed to a pulp. Ho cannot
live." Who had blundered? Who had disobeyed
orders? The conductors of tho two
trains wcro comparing watches and orders,
w hen the engineer beckoned them- "I alone
am to blame!" ho whispered. "I wasn't due
horo until 10.10, and it was just 10.05 when
I struck tho freight. I was ahead of time
running on her time." "So it was soil was,"
whispered tho two conductors. "This morning
when I left home," continued tho engineer,
"tho doctor was there. Our little
Jennie our 5 year old was sick unto death.
In lior delirium she kept crying out: Don't
go, papa don't leave littlo Jennie to diet' It
was Iiko a knife in my heart to lcavo her, but
go I must. I was leaving the houto when the
Doctor put bis hand on my shoulder and said:
'Tom, my boy, by 6 o'clock to-mo tow morning
sho'll cither be dead or bettor.' 'What a
long day this was to me!" he went on after a
bit. "When I pulled out of tho dcpit to-night,
headed for home and Jennie, I wanted to fly.
I kept giving her more steam, and I kept gaining
on my time. We aren't duo till 7, you
know, but I wanted to be in at 6 ayol an hour
before that. When the thought came to me
that Jennie might bo dead when next I entered
tho door I should have pulled the throttle
wido open if the fireman hadn't grabbed my
arm." "Poor man!" they whispered, as he
shuddered with pain and seemed to be exhausted.
"Yes, blamo it all on me!"
"No. 17 bad five minutes more to get
in, and she'd have made it all right, but I
stolo her time. And now and now " He
lay so quiet for a iaomcnt that the doctor felt
for his heart to see if it still beat. "And now
t'lat's her that's Jennie. She's beckoning
sho's calling! Eight down tho track ovor
the high bridge through tho deep cut I'm
coming coming!" And men wiped tears
from their eyes and whispered: "He has
found his child in death!" Detroit Fret Presr.
How very Human.
A story of animul intelligence equal to any
of thoso published in tho Spectator haR been
communicated to the editor of
by professor Fontaine, of tho Lycco at
Versailles, and is corroborated in every detail
by his companion in the adventure, the professor
of mathematics at tho same institution.
During their vacation last autumn theso gentlemen
found themselves in.Invcrncss. While
going about tho town they noticed that they
wcro followed ovcrywhero by a boautiful
spaniel, of which thoy at first took no notice.
Attracted howovcr, by tho animal's persistence,
they looked closely at it and found that
round its nock was a small padlocked box,
with an inscription asking for alms for somo
poor schools. Tho professors aro assured that
tho dog recognized them as tourists by their
clothes, and as Uicrcioro iiKciy to givo willingly.
However this may be, 31. Fontaine
drew a penny from his pocket, and was about
to pnt it in tho box; but tho dog prevented this
by holding its head down over tho opening,
and, seizing tho coin in its mouth with great
quickness, ran away. A few minutes later
thoy passed a baker's shop, and saw their collecting
friend seated on the counter, and apparently
enjoying to its heart's content a loaf
which it had purchased for tho penny! This
rcinukablo story seemed to tho editor of tho
llecue Scientifique to need confirmation, w hich
was supplied by tho following tcrso note from
professor 1'orchon, tho other witness: "I add
my ovidenco with much pleasure to that of my
friend M. Fontaino, with regard to tho
dog. I saw it refuse to allow a penny to
bo put in tho box it carried, and taking tho
coin in its mouth, get on tho counter of a baker's
shop, thcro depositing it and getting a
loaf in exchange," I'all Mall Budget.
The Oldest Dikasty in tiie Would.
Tho urcscnt reicninc dynasty of Japan is
tho oldest in tho -world. It dates back
25iG years, and its rjcords aro accurately
presened for that time. Dnring this
period tho reigning houses of Chinnliao
soveral times been changed, and all tho
nations now called civilized, without exception,
have had their beginning. It is
sometimes marveIoun 'a reflect that any
houso could preserve its integrity and oc
cury tho throne for such a period of time.
This fact of the persistency of family
holds true of others than tho reigning
family, though to a lws extent. The oldest
son is necessarily his father's successor,
and heir-looms aro handed down from
father to son with the greatest veneration
and roveronco. Swords, spears, beautiful
garments, and helmets, bronze lacquer and
tho artistic sUff. Wo told them it was a iiow
and eccnllcsa gm, and
thev eagerly grasped at it. Those who cared
toconorac nponllie subject afterward said
that they did not hanker after vaselmo as a
Theso aro tho results of the experiments in
glucose catiugconduclcd by 'iici's Academy
of Sciences. Tho experiments will not ho renewed.
Wo havo havo aomo glucose left. It
is probably healthful; to somo it may
'???' ,PU$ U ,s iniProljilMo that any member
of tho ci staff will ever become victims tn
uu giucose uauit. rucK.
rtlWMl, USKS, THADE.
The manufacture of dynamite, though of comparatively
rocent origin, has assumed tho proportions
of an important industrv, and a larce
amount or capital is invested in it. For blasting
rocks and ores tho new material
over gnu-powder. Its
UisUuguishing properties arc great power and
rapidity or action, and by means of it many
oiwratinua can bo performed that were formerly
difficult or altogether impossible. By an
agreement which was recently mado by tho
dynamite companies of the United Kingdom
and the continent tho trade has acquired
something like a new Icaso or lifo. A ruinous
competition has been
stopped and a return
has been made to remunerative rates.
Alfred Kobel waa the inventor of djnamito
or giant powder. He had been ordinary
ponder in blastinroDerationain !!,i;.i.
quarries, and found tho work slow in nm.
sing. Acquainted with the nature of
conveyed the idea of Boakingcommon
gunpowder with it before blasting. Tho effect
produced was very great, but this only led the
way to the greater invention-dynamite
finely puhemed tilex, or silicious ashes, or
musoriai earth saturated with about three
limes its weight of nitre-glycerine, and
S-.a m"8 r??'?ul"'E damp Graham
flour The Mirer of this compound
be estimated theoretically, but its uses are
' J"?! do not need to bo specified.
Nobel a original invention of dynamito is simply
held io an absorbing body
m its fluid
state, is an oil produced
by the mixture of nitric acic, sulphuric
acid and glycerine, and is liable to explosion
when transported in that stale. Mr. Nobel
chanrirrl Una ni. """."
... ru"u,;, m wuica ma
is cushioned, thus making it
entirely safe in transportation or handling As
a .blasting agent.tho fluid would be impracticable,
as it could not be used in horizontal or
upward boreholes, except by putting it m tin
tubes or somo such applicance. The Btrength
of the dynamite or giant powder depends entirely
on the amount of
and as it is a very difficnlt matter i... ....'
some manufacturers take advantage of this!
le'ssTnld8'80 tooPowerof the article is
URD, in 5 10 lb. PAILS
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Tar and Pitch,
In Casks for Family Use.
Fan-bank's Platform Scales,
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A Choice Selection of
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carved woodenwaro aro held sacred in a
family for ages. One yonng man, tho old
est son of a well to-do father, told mo that
ho had twenty swords, somo of tho finest
workmanship, and, In answer to my inev
itable xanKeo question, lie said, "it is
worth about 300 yen."
The Masai of Eastern Africa
The Masai, according to Mr. Thomson,
aro in their manners, customs and religious
beliefs distinct from both tho Galla and
tho Somali, and are magnificently modeled
savages, with smooth and rounded outlines,
rarely showing tho knotted and
brawny muscles of the true athlete. Tho
life of a Masai is divided into threo distinct
stages. Boys and girls up to about
the ago of 12 with tho latter, and 12 to 14
with the former, livo with their parents,
and aro fed on meat, grain and curdled
milk. After this both sexes live together
promiscuously in a kraal set apart for unmarried
men and women. Tho men aro
warriors, with nothing to do but fight, and
steal cattle abroad and amuse themselves
at homo. The young women attend to the
cattle, build tho huts, and perform tho
housohold duties. Both sexes feed on
nothing but meat and milk. This diet is
strictly adhered to; neither vegetables,
fermented liquors nor tobacco aro permitted.
Even tho flesh of wild animals is
forbidden. Tho meat and milk are never
taken together. For soveral days tho ono
is thoir solo diet, to be followed by the
other after taking a strong purgative.
They drink tho blood of their bullocks.
When they eat meat tho men retire in
small parties to tho forest, accompanied
by a young woman. As in civilized life,
this laxity of morals is accompanied with
much attention to dress. Tho women aro
very decently attired inbullock's hide and
wear twenty to thirty pounds of thick iron
wire coiled around limbs, arms and nock
by way of ornament, besides beads and
iron chains. The men wear a small kid-skin
garment around the shoulders and
breast that of tho married men rather
tho larger. This sort of life is geLorally
led by tho Masai until ho ha3 passed tho
primo of life and foelshis strength decline.
Ho thenlays aside his great war-spear,
shield, sword and knobberry,
and marries, previously wearing for a
month tho dress of an unmarried woman.
Ho may now eat vegetables, sinoko and
indulgo in alcoholics, bnt his business is
to rear up a brood of young warriors. At
death his body is thrown out to tho hyenas
and vultures. Tho Masai aro nomadic,
and their houses aro only huts of bent
boughs plastered over with dung, and in
tho wet season protected by hides. Even
among tho Gallas tho Masai havo a bad
reputation, and no greater insult can bo
ofiercd to a Galla than to ask him if ho is
like a Masai Science.
Encouragement is somothing that wo
naturally look for.
A littlo praise, or word of hope, or a
cheering smilo something for tho nungry
soul to grasp and tho weary mind to rest
upon, as wo climb tho toilsomo mountain
How many poor hearts hao sunk into
dospondency, whon a littlo encouragement
would havo reassured thcml How many
havotakon their lhes in tho hour of despair,
when a friendly hand stretched out
with aid might havo saved them!
Tho child looks to its mother for help
and encouragoment, when it is taking its
first step in walking. Tho school-boy looks
for encouragement from his teacher when
ho is taking his first stop in education.
And so on through life. Tho soldier
looks for it on tho field of battle; it is tho
chocring voico of his leader thaturgos him
on through tho dangers of death and
crowns tho day with victory.
Ino poet and tlio artist look to tho world
to acknowledge their genius and givo them
praise. It is encouragement which calls
forth tho noblest words and hclpi them to
climb tho mount of famo until thoy surmount
all difficulties and writo their names
in flaming letters upon its summit.
Then let us givo encouragement to each
other in overy effort of good, in overy
noblo action; in tho littlo duties of lifo
and wo will bo happier for it; tho world
will bo better; and a smiling 1'rovidonco
will look down and bless our labor of
A Now Metal.
"Idunium" is tho namo proposed by
Professor AVcbsky for tho metal just discovered
by him as ono of tho compononts
of nativo vandato of lead. The mineral
is rather a scarco one, of a yollow color,
and contains sooral other metals, of
which zinc, iron and arsenic are among
tho most prominent, idunium resembles
vanadium in several respects, both physically
and chemically, whilo tho only
ro S luce, rrait. JnjnH.f!rivitii T.irliir
IJi, Hricei, IHc, Etc., Lie
o also just rccencd an nsst.
Anions titer i
tl Brown Cottons
27 to SO inches wide ;
1 Hlno Denims.
Il'linnels, iron's. Women's and
Jioots nml alioes, sizes uinl
oiyiea auipteu to tlm luirktl,
HtUSH ASSORTMENr 01'
Crotlcry and Glassware, Oos, I'icLs, Shovils,
Plantation and Mechanics' Tools
I II-I and C II T
ONE SPLENDID PiANO,
BY IIKINSMEAD S. bOSb.
Goraaso's Soap, two qualities, in boxes of 21 litre
and CO liars;
Best Welsh Steam Coal
COKU. PI.OOU1NG TILES,
loJ .la. Lc Ac
Tni. (.ndireinid l'ri,nclur of the
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
Dolrr to laTunii hi iiirmi. and liu pulilw.
in. n.if. i. in iTi.ii
A NEW FACTORY & BAKERY
On a mncu mtrc al uliicli lannwin foil
ojiciation and in cumpktc workiu order.
He is now Prepared to Mannfuctnre
Choicest Pure Candies
And will alH a e Saw ou Land bis IlcMciom
Vanilla Chocolate Creams,
Rich Nugat, in bars;
Sugar Roastctl Almonds
CREAM CANDIES, great variety;
Cum Drops, and
Cum Fruit Bon Bons
OI all descriptions All tlioae Home-Made fresh and
pore ConlcctluDe, an. sold al30 cents per IVand.
RICH WEDDING CAKE OF THE FINEST FLAVOR
la a! el res alnrajre on baml and orasmeiiled
la the most artistic stjlc.
MINCE PIES always fresh
Home - Hade Mince Meat
Yot S?alc at W tints per round
Thanking the public for Hbvral patrcnaw
ana tolicitinx a of tbe same.
Practical Ooufeclioner A rsstrjr Loot
Ctr Tlin OLD STASD 71 HOTEL ST
TELErifOXE 3 a 74
r O 7I0X.T0.75
Gazette Supplement March 4, 18
oxido hitherto examined forms stable Balls
with alkaline bases, and thus would appear
to possess distinctly acid properties. Engineer.
Detail Map of Honolulu !
Streets, Lanes, Stores, Dwellings, Blocks,
Hydrants, Lamp-posts, Water-
Mains, &c. &e.
Useful to all Business Men.
Compiled and Drawn ky M. D. MOSSARltAT.
- Mapa on exhibition and orders itcelred at the
oOce Xo. 37 Merchant Stmt. IOC
Fowlers Patent Tramway,
13 pound Kail. II pound TXtUi,
.WithPatent Steel Sleepers
IOC V. BREWER CO.
MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO.,
BOSTON. MASa, TJ. S. A.
. K. bTETC59, Fats. I Jos. M. OllBlil. Sic'T.
Gio. W. Srrr.or Anzxns..
TotalSnrplns 3 2-574,01- 04
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Feature in X.lTe adopted by this Com
panj; the Issnins of Endowment Policies for
the eamc premium heietofore chained for whole Life
rollclcs. These policies participate tn the Annual
distribution of surplus, and are lathe
non forfeiture Law.
Caah surrender and paid up Insurance Til oca endorsed
on ercrj pollcj.
Pamphlets explanatory of tho New Feature nuj be
had on application at Company's Office.
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And absolatfly'Kon Forfeitable after Two raymenta.
Exnmplo for Plant
laanrcd asc 33 years 20 years Endowment TUn for
ANNUAL PREMIUM 1242 JSO.
C'sh burr. VTe.
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4ih " ro r
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Mh 1.UJ U)
7th " 1.35 IS
8th " 1,150 TS
0th " I.6T5 CO
10th " 1,511 65
11th 2,157 Ul
13h ' A4I5 45
13lh " A15S5 CO
ltth i,!K7 70
15th 3.JKI SO
ICth " 3JT3 33
17th " 3,0011 13
J8th " 4,2-W l
15th " 4,613 TO
anh " 5,ouu to
Pd np !n.
Tho second and subsequent premium are likely to
Dft reduced D7 uertaiing annnai aiMnoucio. qrsur.
V Applications can be had of, and fall Information
will DC 51VCU UJ mc Areata,
o CASTLE & G00KE.
HAY AND GRAIN!
Messrs. S. F. Graham & Co.
Take plcasnro in aanoandn to their old friends
and l'atrons that they hare
A FRESH LOT OF
Choice Hay and Grain
WHICH THEY OFFEIt AT THE
Lowest Market Rates.
3- Hay and Feed dellrered to any part of the city.
S. F. GRAHAM c. CO.,
So. S3 Kin; btreet.
Telephone So. 1S7. 10fl
A PATENT WAS If
sued to Kingsbury H. Jarrls, on the 30th Jann
try last, by the Minister of the Interior, under the laws
. Ikla l mf ,m fnv flstetaliwl arT4tiar1.(kh inn BftTnl nrv
furnace, this Is to warn all persons against an
ucai oi utc asm i aieni.
C. BREWER A COMPASY,
Aenta of the Jaiyla Furnace Co
rcr J. O. Carter, bec'y.
Honolulu, February i T IBS.'.
Inter-island S.N. Go
TMIOUGH TICKETS TO THE
VOICANO asti nKTUtcr, can no- be had at IM
orllce of the later-Island SSCn. TmrliU lelit
nonolaln per time table of 11- W. O, HAIL," wilt Be
landed at fanaluu. thence by Railroad to Tahala,
where Hones and Guides will be tn attendance.
lly this route, Tourists can make the round trip In
days, rlTinjl days tori sit the Volcano.
TICKETS rcll TUB ROtTSD TRIP. Ineradln;
Ilorsrs, ualde, Hoard ana uxigiaz, awo.
ir For further particulars enquire at the office of
Inter-Island S. N. Co., Honclula,
Or to 3. r. JORDAN, Votcaso llocajc. WIS
KEN LUNG CHONG&Go
61- Nuuanu Street,
lc to notify their customers and tho pubHe stnmBy,
that thex hare moTed to the abovn comnxidlnna Are
proof premises, occupied by Uoo Kim),
where they for Sale, some of the
Finest Goods to be Found in Honolulu
Embracing all grades of
Silks, Satins, Dross Goods, Etc
ALSO-A FULL USE OF
TWEEns. ETC. Suitable for Gentlemen's Wear.
TAILORING IN ALL ITS BjlANCHES
Carried on, under the snperrlstim et a
CUTTER AND FITTER
A Cuud Fit and Satisfaction Unaranteed. WW 1,
The Great California ,
Plies, Fleas, Cockroaches, Chicken
To Human BcInRS and Animal.
AN A1JS0LUTE NECESSITY
In tho House, Garden, Conservatory
The Buhach Insufflator,
For Distributing (he Unlmcli.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
I I.I mill 111 Fori Street, Ilonoluln.
, Lamps, -Lanterns
TRUSSES 2 VK1JSSS! VKUSSJ.S
A Large Invoice of the Celebrated
Direct From tlxo
Wo Havo Especial FACILITIES for Adjusting TRUSSES.
Hollister & Co.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts & 59 Nuuanu St.
Have Just Received the 1 argest
EVER UU'OKTED INTO TJIIS K1SU1I03I, CUlll'llISIM
Over Fifty Different Odors of the Celebrated
Fancy Boxes, Bottles, &c.
Hollister & Co.,
50 Nuuanu St, Cor. and Port and 'Merchant St.