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ISSUED 5VEKY MOKNINO KXOEi'l
vTJb Iqdependeqti Aociation,
Corner Allen a Kckuauaoa, Street nenr
Custom IIouho llouolulu, II. I.
' 'DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
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Cor. KIiik and Nuuanu Streets, llouolulu,
Choice Liquor and Fine Beev
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Honolulu, JT, T.
ICITY SHOEING SHOP.
Horso shooing a spooinlity, All
,work promptly and oiirofully t.
SE0T" Terms roasouabl
. f . Proprietor,
Fort Stroot, oppoaito the
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No. 1. Honolulu, I., "Wednesday, May 1, 1895. 5 Ots.
Attorney Aohi Lia"ble to
Lose His Yellow
Several Suits Against tho
Francos E, Ifobron, trustpo, has
rondorod tho annual account of
tho oslato of tho lato Thomas II.
Hobron. Rocoipts woro
a balance of $1835.53. 'j;iio
ostato is woithJr'iGO.SlO 29.
In tho caso Jan. It. Holt, vp.
G;oorgo Lyourgns, and
and Brito, garnishoos,20arfor
& Kinuoy attorneyB for plnintifl's,
havo filed a reloaso of tho writ of
P 1-1 1 1 ; .1
(Summonses imvo uuun msuuu
for tho August torm in tho follow-
4ng ensos against I3ruco
wnght nnd 11. E. Mclutyro,
of tho will of G. Trousseau,
doconsod: Joan Morrissoau,
J nibs Josoph RIorrissoau and
others, J. A. Sragoon, administrator
of tho ostato of Stophanio
Caillot, and 71. A. Magoon, administrator
of tho csbto of
Morrissoau noo Tioussoau.
In tho jury-waived caso of
Lucy Kila vs. S, K. Kila,
tho plaintiff by her attorney,
W. 0. Achi, petitions for a
writ of execution nnd a writ of
E. 15. Thomas was alleged to bo
in contempt of couit for
to pa j' costs and attorney's
foos in u divorce suit against him.
Yostordav, boforo .ludgo Coopor,
tho hoaring was continued till
Friday, Juno 14.
Cecil Brown petitions forloltois
of administration to himself on
the ostato of tho lato Thomas
Koofo. It consists of roal estate
on Borotania Btroot, valued at
$2500 and peisonal ostuto valued
at $12 0.
Ih tho matter of W. C. Achi,
an attorney at law, citod for misconduct,
A. G. M. llobeitson,
rospondont in poison stipulated
for a hoaring by tho Justices of
tho Supromo Court on April 22.
Tho hearing did not tako place
until last Monday, April 29. Mr.
Itobortson road tho information.
Mr. Kinnoy who appeared for
the 'dofondant, stated that
dofondaiit would put in
no written answor and was
willing to admit tho chargo as
provon without any ovidonoo
takon. Mr. Kinnoy then
tho Couit in oxtonuation.
Tho motion was continued to
Wednesday (to-day), Mr. Achi in
tho moantimo to givo explanation
of othor allcgod misconduct.
Tho information on oath of W.
O. Smith, Attorney Gonoial in
tho mattor is as follows:
"First, That tho said W. 0.
Aohi has boon since tho 7th day
of Fobruary, 1887, and still is a
practitionor licensed to pruotiao
in all tho courts of tho Ropublio.
'Second, That on or about
tholDihday of March, 1801, at
Honolulu. Oolui, said "V 0. Aohi
obtainod from ono D,
a jiromiBSory note for tnroo
JiundrodMollars ($300) with interest
at 12 percent por annum,
soeurcd by a morlgago of oven
dato thorowith, said "W. 0. Aohi
at tho samo tjmo agrooing to
dostroy another promitsbry noto
forthrco hundrod ddllars ($300)
with intorost at 12 porcont por
annum, which tho aald D,
had previously onpiitl
day given to tho said W. 0. Aohi,
without consideration, butjfor th
purposo of obtaining tho loaso oP
said sum of monoy for tho said
D. Kcalohapauolo. That th o said
"W. 0. Achi fraudulently
cd to destroy said noto.
Third , That theraftor, to wit,
on or about tho 24th day of.
April, 1891, said W. 0. Achi
the noto last
to Messrs. Allen, it
for vnluo, nt tho samo timo
dolivoring to said Allon it
tko titlo doods to tho proporty
covorcd by tho aforosaid
from said D. Konlohapauolo
to tho said W. C. Achi, which
said title doeds had boon
dopoVitod with said W.
C. Achi by tho said D.
That tho said D.
Koalohnpauolo continued to
pay tho interest upon three
dollais to tho said W. 0.
Achi at tho rato agreed upon.
That upon tho matiuity of said
noto, to wit, on or about tho 19th
day of March, 1893, tho said
D. Koiilohnp'xnolt', bolioving it tp
bo tho noto for which ho had
paid tho consideration of three
bundled dollars ($300) aforesaid,
paid tho principal duo thereon
and said noto was thereupon cancelled
by the said Allen & Robinson.
"Fourth, That on or about
tho (ith day of May, 1891, tho
said W. C. Achi assigned tho
noto aforosaid, together
with tho mortgago afoiesaid, to
Henry Smith, trusteo, for value.
That aftor tho maturity of said
note, to wit, oil or about tho 25th
day of April, lp93, tho principal
and interest duo thereon not having
boen paid, tho said Honry
Smith, trusteo, published a
of his intention to foieclco
said mortgage. That thoroupon
tho said D. Kcalohapauolo, in order
to avoid tho salo of proporty,
paid tho interest thon duo upon
said noto and moitgagc.
"Fifth, That up to about tho
timo of tho paymont and cancellation
of tho noto held by tho
said Allen & Robinson, tho said
D. Kcalohapauolo was not awaro
that two notes of tho same datp
and tonor wore outstanding
against nim, but supposed that
the said "W. 0. Aphi had carried
oiit his promiso to destroy tho
noto which ho first oxocutcd as
"Sixth. That t said Allon &'.
Robinson and tho said Henry
Smith, trusteo, woro
purohaseis of said notes
."Sovonth That tho said W.
0. Achi by tho said transactions
has committed a fraud upon tho
said D. Kcalohapauolo.
'JThoroforo your Honors nro
respectfully roquosted to oito tho
said W. C. Aohi to appear
and answer tho nliovo .sot forth
charge, and if upon a hoaring
horoin tho samo shall bo sustained,
or if 'for any o)hor oauso
it shall appoar to your Honors
that tho said "W. 0. Aohi lias been
guilty of decoit and of conduct
unbecoming ah attornoy, that ho
may bo dismissed from tho roll of
Judgo Ooopor on Monday partly
heard and continued tho bill, for
spooifio porformanco of Trios.
Olark vs. Hattio P. Parker and
otheis. Hatoh for plaintiff; Kinney
for defendants, S. Parker for
hirasolf nrid wife. The complainant
(Olark) allogos that Mrs(
Parkor sold land to tho Wailuku
Plantation Company instead pi
to himsolf as agreed, Th'o
is that tho timo limit .for
carrying out tho prdmjso
had oxpircd. '
S, Lui Kokumano petitions for
letters of administration to
on tho ofltatu of his late
father, S( Kokumano, valu d at
Kunuikoa vs. James II. Holt
I Jr., is a replevin, suit decided by
I tho District Magistrato of
nao in favor of defendant and tho
I plaintiff appeals to tho
Court, tho subject of tho litigat
I tion being tho possesion of somo
i scanning ana tirauor uoionging
to a houso which defondant claims
s his and which plaintiff toro
down and took the samo off fro m
dofondant's land. Kaulia for
Kinney f6r defondant.
NOTICK TO ATTOltSKYS.
Tho attontion oL attorneys is
called 'to the necessity of having
all civil cases ready for trial 'when
Tho calendar will ho called' at
10 a', m. Monday, May Gth, hut
no cases will bo heard that day.
Tho Order of cases upon tho
calendar is as follows:
Hawaiian Criminal cases.
Hawaiian Civil cases.
Mixed Jury caaes.
Foreign Criminal fuses,
Jury Waived cases.
Coruor Kiug nna Nuunnu Stieets.
S. I. SHAW.... Proprietor.
Tho l'inost seloction of LiQlJOItS and
UHETt, Hold anywhoro in the town.
ottondn' 'i. XM jnd jndeo
for yourself. .
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
V. Y. WltlOJIT, PitorniETOK,
(Successor to (1. West).
CAUItlAOE BUILDINO and UEPAHtlNO.
All Orders from tho Other Islands In the
Carriage, linllcllug, TrlmmluK and l'alntlug
Lino will Jftet with Prompt Attention.
Blftckemlthlnir In All Its Various Drenches
Done. 1, O. Ilox aji. Noa. Ia8 and 130
FortStreit. JylO Iy
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Hcadnnariers Enterprise Brewing Co,
Largest Consignment of Beer
tbat'over nrrivod bore, now :
JyH J. DODI), l'rop'r
LEWIS & CO.
Wholesale siid Retail Groceries
FRESH CALIFORNIA SALMON'ONUOE
By Jivory Cai( FrauciBCO Steftmof,
Salmon in Barrelb
Foil S., Honolulu. Tel, 34c,
P, O. Jlcx 2Q7.
Corner ivlnic ami Alakeil HlreelB.
Caiiiarioo's -:- 'Iliiwator
lly Kveiy Stunner from Sun
Fre$h Fruit, Oysters,
Eto, Etc., Kro., Etc.
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Did You ?
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in this Paper & Our Shoes are
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The Big Port Street
- SHOE STORE
Manufacturing Shoe Co.
Robinson Block, Hotel St., between Fori and Nuuanu,
Havo Just Received, per Late Anivals, tho Lnrgest Stock of J?UR
N1TUHE Ever Imported to this Country, Comprising
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In Solid Qalr, and of the LATES'i DESIGNS.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THESE SETS: -
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Boautiful Dosigns of Wicker Waro, consisting of
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Countless numbors of OIIAIRS, in
1 3Ft S
Wo havo had a numbor of calls for thoso Tables, with CHAIRS to
match. "Wo havo now in stock tho most
BEAUTIFUL DINING ROOM FURNITURE
EVER SEEN HERE.
Sideboards -:- and -:- Chiffoniers
ovory stylo, including OFriOEl
3XT S ,
aro bocomiug qnito the rago in
thorn to ordor, and havo a
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Divans covered with PORTIERS
placo of LOUNGES wo manufaoturo
largo stock of PORTIERS to solcot
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Qrqat Assortment of WOVEN "WIRE Hair,
Moss, Wool and Straw .Mattrossos on hand and mado to ordor.
I AVE OEESE FEATHERS and SILK FLOSS for Pillows.
CRIBS, CRADLES, oto.
WINDOW SHADES of all colors nnd sizes.
CORNICE POLES, in wood or brass trimmings.
IR'E X ZE3 X HST Q-.
Mattresses m,;o3 nnii all Upholstorod Fumituro ropairod at
1 reasonable rates.
CABINET MiilKO, in ill its'branohos, by Oompotont Workmen.'
MATTING liJf ) and Inferior Decorating undor tho Suporvision of
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and'ho oonn. od a H tl is sjliqjtpd.
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f& Agent for tho lliiwaiian.lnlai ds
L B. KER
Milter i.MroRTr.ns ok
European and American Dry Goofls.
t Haa Just Received
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Victorio Lawns, Dimities,
India Llnons, Nainsooks,
Bntecns. Cotton Pongees,
Flannelettes, Ceylon Shirting,
Cretonnes. Art Muslins, Curtains,
Mosquito Nets, Plain & Twilled Co
And tho celobrated "MADAPOLAMS'J
For Ladies and Children's Undorcloihin .
Also the largest nnd 1 est assorted' s'o
in tho Islands, of
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. Solo Agent for tho Popular
PEir;l ptfuiiG wa
At Popular Prices.
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Queen Street, Honolulu, , no! 1-
Corner Allen & Kekuana
Street (near Custom Iloiise)
now prepnred to do all kind i
JOB AND BOOK PlilflTINl
neatly nnd tastefully oxocutod
at short notice
Island orders .solicited
and promptly attended to,
i For rates apply to
1 JiP.J. TICST..
BKAROIlElt 01' Itr.COItnS. COLLECTOR.
Translator In LukIIi nnd lluwullan. Real
Estate Ai;ent, Copjlst, Tjpeivrller, Stamp
Dealer, I'urclmslnjr, Commlnslou anil
B" Any uualnesi ontiusted to lilin will
)jo IHiiictnully i,nil piuniotly to, hb
well us nil nmttiii.t lonllileutlul, Huwullau
collection 11 upcclulltw .
J3T Olllce, o. !li7. Kliw St., the former
prlvntu olllto of E. 11 Thorns. H'lio olllce of
tho nato ouniipapvr KA MAKAA1NANA It
lu thu olllce In thu rtat' under tho tamo roof