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managor at bis office in
the Independent oflioe, on Koku-
auaoa Stroet, Honolulu. , ,
Honolulu, Muy'8. 1895. ; tf.
J. A. MARTIN.
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iiilo, Hawaii my 13.
FORT AND HOTEL STB,
Ileadanarters EntcrDrisc Brew Co,
Largost Consignment of Boer
thftt,pvor arrived boro, now
J. DODD, Trop'r
Aloha Bath House.
. Noxt to Marino Railway. Bath
ing suits on hand. Patrons
brought free from tug-boat whnrf
on telephoning No. 585, Furn-
islidd rooms to let on the premises.
Mrs, J. H, RErsT,
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BROKER
No, 15 Queen Street.
Expert vApprniflomont' of Real
Estalo and Furniture,
E B, THOMAS,
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i t& ESTIMATES GIVEN on All Kinds of
fetonc. Brick nnd Woodwork.
. ROBERT QKIEVE.
'Book and Job Printer
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Over Hawaiian Nows Company's
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Plumber and Tin Roofer.
71 King Street,
Honolulu, II. I.
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Stand adjoining H. Hackfeld &
Co., Fort. street. General Carting
and Drayago Business dono.
Notary Public, Typewriter
Offic e: Ove i Goldon Rulo Buzaar
(Successor to Cbas.CIIammcr.)
1 King and Fort Streets,'
, , ,
is prepared to manufacture all kinds and
grades of Harness at short notlco
Lowest of Trices forJCash.
Alirwork guaranteed to bo satisfactory Vie-fore
leaving tho sbop
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor,
Our. King ,and N'uuinu Streets. Hoiolula
Choice Liquor.'andlFine Beer
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Jeweler and Watshmaer,
615 Fort Stroot,
Hawaiian Jewelry t
and Diamond Setting
, A SPECIALTY,
SOUVENIR SPOONS at very low prices.
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btrcet. May 18,
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KUKUl' JEWELRY A SPECIALTY.
igy Particular Attention paid o all kinds
Oampbcjl Block, Merchant )3trcot
-J. P. RODRIGUES,
Fort.Street, Old Masonic Building, next
to L. J. Levey's Auction Room.
ME GOODS, nnd a GOOD
CLEANING aud REPAIRING
Argument in the Habeas
Two Judicial Dioisions and
Two Chiminal Sentences.
D. Summora, a negvo, wastriod
on Woduesdny for burglary by
tho following jury: Thomas
"Wright, F. T. P. Watoihouso, ,T.
A. Lylo, Jas. L. MoLoan, S. B.
Rose, E A. Molnerny, Jamos
Turbort, N. P. Jucobson, J. J.
Lookor, 0. W. Gray, H. F.
anil 0. B. Huston. Deputy
Attortloy Goncral Robortson for
prosecution; Kaulnkou for
Tho specific ohargo waB
breaking and ontoring tho workshop
of Thomas Hollinger on
Ootobor23, 1892. Sum mors was
tho only witnosa in his own
half. After being out eight minutes
tho jury roturnod a unanimous
rordiot of guilty. Mr.
gave notico of motion for
a new trial. Yostorday Judgo
Cooper sentenced defondant to
two yoars at hard labor and to
pay costs $18 50.
Bonto Iguaoio was tried beforo
Judgo Cooper for assault and
battory on Manuol Pimonteo, tho
following boing tho jury: J. J.
Looker, Tlios. Wright, H. P.
Wiohman, J. M. Tracy, E. A.
Molnerny, 0. W. Gray, F. T. P.
Watorhouso, J. Lucns, S. B.Roso,
S.Roth, W. W.Hall and 0.
Bosse. J. L. Kaulukou for tho
prosecution, and defondant conducted
his own dofeuse. A. verdict
of not guilty, throo dissolving,
J. W. Carrol was brought up
for assault and battery with dangerous
weapon on Pokina on
February 5, 1895. Robortson for
prosecution; Kaulukou for defendant
guilty, ho was sentenced
to 21 hours imprisonment at hard
labor and to pay a fiuo of $100
The Supromo Court by Juatioo'
Frear has rendored a unanimous'
opinion on the bill for partition
of almolelua and others vs.
and others. It sustains tho
dooroo of tho Circuit Court for
piaintiffs. Tho luw points
aro as follows:
"Parol ovidunco is admissiblo
to identify and looito tho land
desoribi'd in a deed, but not to
oxtond tho operation of tho deed
to laud not embraced in its descriptive
"Moro failure on tho part of
tho owner of hind to objeot to ils
possession and improvement by
others doos not estop liim from
claiming tho land", titlo being of
rocord and ho having dono
nothing to induce n boliof that ho
had no title.
"The act of an agent doos not
estop his principal unloss done
within tho scopo of his authority,"
Aohi for plaintiffs; Hartwolf for
In the case of T. L, Huyseldon
vs. Wahirioaea (w), ojectmont, tho
Supromo Court by Chief Justico
Jruid has rendered a unanimous
dooiBi'on. The caso was tried in
October, 1892, beforo Ghiof
Justioo Judd, whon tho "mixod
iurv uisacroeci. it wes irioci
again boforo Judge Frear in the
Circuit Court in February, 1893,
wh'on tho jury found for the de
fondant, three dissonting. In
1898 the S'tpiomo Court
ordered a now trial, and
tho caso was tried by Judgo
Cooper in tho Cirouit Court in
May, 1894. Again tho jury
turnrd a verdict for defendant,
two dissonting, Tho caso' came
up beforo tho Supremo Court on a
writ of error sued out by plantiff
last Novombor. Both partios
floncht to establish titlo from
a will probated in 18G7. Tho
Qnpromo Court puts a difloront
construction on tho will from that
dono by tho courts that had
triod tho onto, and after reviewing
tho whole matter at longth
"Tho whole caso ontitles tho
Court to rovorso tho vordfot and
judgment and to ordor judgment
for tho plaintiff, non obstante
veredicto', which is done accordingly.''
Tho law points laid down aro
llWI.iw. n rlnvlan ia nf (1 Mlfilf
I UU1U (t UV11IIV M w vv
two porsons, and it is uncortain
which half lot was intonded for
ono and which for tho other, they
aro tenants in common of tho
"A deed by W., a grantee of
ono of tho dovisoos, of tho southeastern
division of tho wholo pioce,
dcaoribing itjby metos and bounds,
and declaring tho northwostorn
division os tho lot belonging to
K., tho othor dovisoo, boing
spread on tho registry of dsods,
is a public declaration upon
whioh tho gruuteos of K. could
rely, andjW. is cstoppod from
donying that tho lot declared in
hor deed as belonging to K. waB
"Whon tbo facts aro ostablishod
it is for tho Court to find whother
thoy oreate an estoppel."
Tho land in question is a lot in
tho block in Honolulu, bounded
by Mililani, Merchant, Richards
and Queen stroots, but doos not
abut upon any streot. Plaintiff
inherited tho land from the father,
tho lato Hon. W. M. Gibson.
0. W. Ashlord and Cooil Brown
for plaintiffs; J. Nawahi for do-fondants.
Judgtcont in tho District Court
has boon recorded in tho Clerk's
oflico of tho Judiciary Department
for S39.80 in tho suit of John Ena
against J. Kalnikau.
dono in First-class style lot ot a pieoo oi lanu 10 oavu. oi( zon onos.
xuo supreme uourt was in
yostorday morning and listened
to tho arguments iri tho caso
of Jonah (Cupid) Kalaniauaole,
Who potitions for roleaso from
prison undor writ of hubeaa corpus.
Tho caso, whioh is of vast
interest, has boon watched by all
partios and classes of tho community.
When officer McGurn
opened tho court after tiro arrival
of Chief Justice A. F. Judd and
Justices BicWton and Frear, a
large assembly had gathered,
Tho large ccurt room was used
for tho occasion. Prince Oupid,
who looked in good health, was
presont with Jailor Low, who is
tho respondent in tho cast. Mr.
Paul Neumann appoars for tho
petitioner and Messrs. Hartwoll
,and Thurston for tho respondent.
Also presont were Attorney-Gon-
oral W. O. Smith, Minister
Hatch, W.R.Oaatle, A. W. Carter,
W. N. Armstrong, Jas. Kaulia,
Judgo Hart, Judgo Whiting,
Arthur Brown, Alex. Robertson,
Sir Robort Honon, a number of
strungors, and also sevoral ladits.
Mr. Neumann oponod tho argument
in a short and masterly address.
He was followed by Mr.
Hartwoll. In tho afternoon Mr.
Thurston opened his address,
which will close this morning,
whon Mr. Neumann will oloso tho
argument. Briefs will then bu
submitted und n decision bo
for noxt noek.
Beach House to .Let-
A Furnished House is to be Lot
or leased at Waikiki baach, a fow
minutes' walk from tho tramcar.
It has a cook houso, bath hould
and good sea bathing. Househoos
utensils aud dishes uro all oomo
ploto. Rooms may bo let with
bathing privileges, if tho whnh
promises aro not t ft Icon.
Havo other houses in town and
suburbs to let, furnished and
Also, Building Lots for sulo.
Inquiro of - Dayid Dayto.v,
ray 13 42 Morohant shoot
Oiidehs can bo placod with
n. E. MoINTYRE & BRO., for
from John. F. Golburn's Pond,
& delivery made on Wodnosdays
nnd Saturdoys of oaoh wook".
Try thorn, thoy oxcol the fro
FOJlfAND HOTEL STS.
O. J. McCarthy, Manager
Popular Brands of Straight Goods
ALWAYS ON HAND
Frosh Eastern Oystors & Ovstor
cooktails to bo had nftor oaoh
rival of tho S. S. Australia"
Famous Wieland Lager Beer.
" i in
IRooms and 33 oar d
Rooms and Board for a fow
persons can bo had nt Ilaniwai,
on tho Waikiki bonoh,
W. S. Rautlktt,
Hawaiian Jockey Club
Racos to Conimonco nt
10 A.M. sharp.
1st BICYCLE RACE.
Prize, Gold Modal, valued at $20. Entrance
foe SI. 50; 1 milo dash, free for all.
2nd BICYCLE RACE.
Prize, Gold Modal, valued at $30. En
tranco loo $1.50; 5 milo dash, froo for all
3rd HONOLULU PURSE, $200.
Running raoo; $ milo dash, froo for nil.
4th -MERCHANTS PURSE $200.
Trotting and pacing to harnoss; 2:40olas3.
Milo heats, beat 3 in 5, freo for all.
5thPONY RACE PUSEIOO.
1 m''o dash, for all Ponios 14 hands or
uuder (Will bo run botweon heats of
No. 4 )
Gth ROS1TA CHALLENGE CUP, $250 addod.
Running race; 1 mile dnsh, froo for all.
Winner ofCup to beat rocord of ngio A
(1.45J) and recoivo $50 extra.
7th -KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE, $250,
Trotting and pacing to Harness. Milo
boats, best 3 in 5, froo for all.
8th OCEANIC S. S. CO.'S. CUP, $150 addod.
Running raoo, 4 milo dash, Hawaiian
9th KALAKAUA CUP PURSE, $150.
Running race; 1 milo dash for Hawaiian
bred horses owned by mombors of tho Club
Winnor of Cup to rocovie 100 in liou of
sarao. ' i .7.
Cup becomes tho propaity of porson winning,
it twi'co. Should tho por3on who has won it
onco and again this mcoting, he will recoivo in
liou of Gup $100, 'together with $150 addod.
Winnor of Cup first timo will recoivo $15'J and
credit for ono race,
10th HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB PURSE,
2:50 olas9, milo heats best 2 in 3, freo for all.
Euuuing raoo, 1 milo lnsh, fi'oi for all.
All entries nro to bo made with .tho Soorotary
beforo Thmsday, Juno Gth, 1895. Entranoo,Xeos
to bo 10 por cent, of Purso, unless othorwiso
All racos to bu run or'ti'ottod undor tho rulos
of tho Hawaiian Jookoy Club,
All horses ore oxpootod to start unloss withdrawn
by 9 o'olock.A, m. on Juno 10th, 1895.
Gonera'l Admission 50 conts
Grand Stand (Extra) 50 conts aud 1 dollar
Carriages (insido of course) oaoh $2.50
Quarter Strotoh badges 5.00
S. G, WILDER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
"- - -i"n -
Look at the.: Above
It roprosonts tho WAGGON noodod by every man who attends to
buatnosa. or is bont on plonsuro, I Soil thcao Waggons with or with
out Tops, and I can guarantoo that thoy will .give full satisfpotion.
Tho Oarriago is light, but solid, and it combines all tho virtuos of a
plonsuro and bnsinoss Wnggon. .
You will novor got tirod of riding in ono of thorn, arid your horeo
will nover got tired of pulling it.
Theso Waggons aro faahionablo. and used overywhoro in tlio Ur.itod
Statos. You oan go to a funoral in it, or drivo your girl around, or
even appear on tho raco traok and boat rocorda. If over you try one,
you will novor ubo any othor stylo.
Clarence W. Macfarlane,
my 29 Solic Aqknt for tho Hawaiian Islands