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VOL. l. "NO. 117.
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Hawaiian Copyrifiht by A. V. Geak,
June 22, 1895.
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EXHIBITS IN THE CASE.
isii:iti;.STi'u nisToiiv in -rru:
MJIT AfiA.lN.vr si'iti:onii.s.
Ten 31 1 II Inn Ilollnrx the Cnr-Uul nl'llie.
Colli imiv DociimcntK I'ulilta
Ono of tho iriofet important
actions over brought in tho Ha
wniinu courts, as regards thu
amount of property vuluo involved,
is th&t of the Hawaiian Conamer
cial & Sugur Company a gainst
Olnus Sprockels, reported oxclu
sivoly in yoslorduy's Hum.kti.v.
Sumo additional details from tho
petition and exhibits in tho caso
will probably bo of geuurul inter
est. Tho original uamo of t'jo pluin
'tifT corporation was tho Hawaiian
I Commercial Company, incorpor
ated under tho laws of California
in September, ;IS78, with a
capital stock o' ton mil
lion dollars. Claus Sprockets was
tho owner -of 520 out of the 100
shares into which tho et-ck was
divided. It -was deemed expodiout
Ly tho directors that Mr.
Pprectols should hold tho proper
ty, etc., in his own name, and in
October, l&S, ho executed a deed
of trust, declaring that ho held
tho BRino to the ufo and for the
benoGt of tbo corporation. This
deed i3 not now in tho possession
of tho plahitiiF, nor does it know
or lniTO tiny information of whore
it is. i
Exhibit "A" is a petition t
King .Kalakuua and the Ministry
in C.iLinot Council ussombled, in
which Mr. -Spreckols "most res
pictfttlly petitions and siks, that,
in consideration of the sum of
fhe hundred dollars to ho un
n.'nlly paid in advance by tho
undorkignod to tho Hawaiian
tiovurnmoiit, and in coi.sideration
of tho great and ti.atiifold ud
vaalagOH tht-t will ncctuu to said
(jrovorninent by tho construction
of a huge and c-xtensivo system of
irrigation works on the island of
Maui, whmoby n Lugo district,
iov lying wasto, will ho brought
to a high stato of cultivation, and
in fnrthor consideration of tho
stipulations and ngusoments here
inafter contained und set fnrth,"
the Minister of tho Inter
ior grant to tho potit'oiier,
for the term of thirty years,
all tho waters net heretofore uti
lized minting fiuin and on the
northerly and northwesterly slopes
of Mount Ilstloakala, otc.
It is stipulated that at tho ex
piration of thirty years the 11a
wniiun Government may acquire
tho water privileges by paying to
tho potitioner, his successors, ad
ministrators or assigus tho value
of tho aqueduct pmpurty, to bo
determined by a commission of
threo residonts of the Hawaiian
Exhibit ''15" is an indonturo
mado by and betweon Sumuel G.
AVildor, Ministor of tho Interior,
and Claus Spreckols, on July 8,
1878, conveying tho wuti-r rights
petitioned for by tho latter. This
was rocordod tho same day with
Thomas Brown, Hegistor of Con
voyoncos. Exhibit "C" is a doed
dated Juno 25, 18'J5, by llonry
Cornwall to Claus Spreckols for
$20,000 of 15,000 acres of land.
Exhibit "D" is a louse from tho
Commissioners of Crown Lands
to Mr. Spreckols of 10,000 acu-s
of land, datod July 5. 1878. It is
signed for tho Commissioners by
John O. Dominis, Commissioner
and Lund Agent. Exhibit "IS" is
anolhor Crown Land lease of IJ2G0
Exhibit "P" is tho grant of a
right of way by Charles It. Bishop
oner his lands for ono dollar's
consideration to Mr. Spreckels for
his ditches aud pipo linos. Ex
hibit "G'' i8 tho grant of a froo
HONOLULU, H. I.. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1895.
right of way for tho sarao by tho
Haiku Sugar Company, Alex
ander & Baldwin, composod of S.
T. Aloxnnder and H. P. Baldwin;
W. F. Shurrutt & Co., composod
of W. V. Sharratt, S. B. Dolo, W.
O. Smith and A. H. Smith, and
J. M. Alexander.
Exhibit "1" is tho articles of
incorporation of tho Hawaiian
Commercial Company. Claus
Spreckels subscribes $5,200,000;
Frederick I'. Low, .H0.),000;
William 1'. Habcoek, SoOO',000:
Ilormann Schusaler, $3,200,000,
and Hermann Bondel, 1,000,000.
Exhibit "J" is the articles of in
corporation of tho Hawaiiitn'Coni
moroiul and Sugar Comp.iuy.
Exhibit "K" is a quitclaim of
water rights by tho WuiLoo Sugar
Company for flO.OOO to Mr.
Exhibit "L" is a quitclaim
deed from Princess Ruth Kot-liko-luni
to Cluus Sprockols for $10,
000 of a certain Crown Land tract,
dated September ltf, 1880, nnd
attested before Cecil Unovn, no
tary public. Exhibit M" is tho
deed of such land, bouig the
Ahtiiutiti of Wtiiluku containing
24,000 acres by Walter Murray
Gibson. Edward Preston and C.
H. Judd, dated August 11, 1882
Exhibit ,lN" is a royal patent
from King Kalakuua to Claus
Sprockols for the same land.
Exhibit "O" is n conveyance of
properties, franchises., etc. , from
Claus Sprockols to tbo Hawaiian
Commerciil t Sugar Co., but
not including the ALupuna of
Wuiluku, dated Sept. 25, 1882.
Exhibit "V" is n dood from
Mr. and Mrs. Spreckols to the
corporation of ono undivided half
of tho Ahupuaa of Wuiluku, also
a piuuu iu iiinii utiioiuiug jiaiua
kuupoko, also tho privileges
granted by Minister Wilder. Tho
consideration is five dollars, and
tho deed is dated Fob. 27, 188fi.
It is attested before II. V. Sovor
unco, Hawaiian Consul at S.m
Tho last exhibit."," is the first
annual rojiort of II. L. Dndgo,
president of tho company, dated
Nov. 10, 1S5. Jt shows a pro
duction of a fraction over (JGG0
tons sold t tho averago prico of
-1-102.18 per ton, yielding $681.-2-10.22.
Tho oxpouses amounted
to $807, 11(5,80.
t LAI.TIS IMtli IIOAO I)AlAJi:S.
i:orLllitiit IMIinuti-M r ViiIui-h hi
NiillHlill Slri-nm Owner
Claims for road damages on tho
lino of tho Queen Street oxtonsion
aro under examination in tho
Government fcurvoy Oflice. Some
of thorn nio proposterous in
amount, and tho nggregulu if no
less than Sni,jJ5.(i7, of whioh
181,450 92 are from owners and
$10,081.75 from tenants.
One claim is for more than
H7,0;.'0, tho owner wanting 75
conts a foot for land that lies
under water. His property is
above Borotunia ctroet whero it
has no present value as businoss
properly. A groat .proportion of
all the land to bo takon is under
water. . Another claimant wants
75 cents for wot land and a dollar
a foot for land th it io dry and
Mr. Hassingur, chief clerk of
the Interior Uepartmont, is con
ducting a careful scrutiny of tho
claims. Ho is finding out what
tho proporty is valued at for tax
ation purposes. Also, in the caso
of rocont buyors, what thoy paid
for their proportion.
A numbor of new residences
are to bo erected at Makiki within
tho noxt few mouths by woll-to-do
Mr. Kamaki, an omployoo of tho
Metropolitan Moat Markot.is celo
brating tho birthday auniveisary
of his child by giving a luiui
to the rosidonts of Wuikiki.
TO ANSWER FOR PERJURY.
(JKoiKir. iiot;:iiru.iM; ro m:
tiiii:i im ciitciir (HUitr,
Iliill I'lnrdMt One riioimnnil Itollnr-
To Jmlca on (lit, Ileiich lor o
When the hubituos of tho Dis
trict Court took heir usual st-ats
this morning they woro smprised
o see both Judg.ts Wilcox und
Porry on tho bouch. Jn tho
language of the legal luminarios,
such as Blackstone, Coke and
othors tho Court was sitting in
banco. This was necessary ac
cording to tho law on indigent
criminals who havo no means
of paying fines aud havo served
out thoir terms of imprisonment.
Git Wn has beon iu jail six
months for illtgul transactions in
opium and, upon testifying that he
had no property or means to pay
the flue imposed as part of his
sentouco, was ullowod to go free.
A Portuguoso lady named Tere
sa P. Machitdo Miranda noxt ap
plied for roliof under somen hut
diflbront circumstances. Sho was
convicted on May 15, 189.'5. of
stoaling $5'J0 from Mrs. Maria J.
Schwanck and sontonced to oigh
toon mouths imprisonment ami a
(iuoofSlOO. Sho has served out
lior tonu and upon showing to the
satisfaction of botlt judgcstliatsho
was utterly unable to pay her lino
thoy signed an order for her re
loabe. This ended tho procoodings be
fore the Court iu banco and Judge
Wilcox gracofully withdrew , leav
ing tho rest of tho criminals to
tho lender mercies of his coad
jutor. Kobayakawa wont visiting up
Nuuauti valley without a permit
and paid two dollars for tho privi
lege. Having Bufliciontly locovered
from 1 is recent indisposition,
which at ono time was magnified
into cholera enough to supply tho
whole polico department. Mr.
Kahauauui mado his bow before
the Court and pieaded not guilty
to tho ctiiugo of housebreaking in
the daytime. He did not think it
worth while to put Judge Perry to
tbo trouble of holding a prelimin
ary examination, however, and
was hold to answer to tho Circuit
Court at the noxt term.
Antonio Miumrio and Augusto
Foroira pleaded guilty of malio'ous
injury in destroying a four dollar
bridge on tho corner of School,
Emma and Punchbowl streets, tho
proporty of T. Netto. Tho de
fendants woro fined $5 ouch and
Thochargo of rocoiviug stolon
goods, arising out of tho transac
tions of a number of youthful coal
merchants, against WoChong was
Tho examination of George
Singleton Hought tiling on tho
cliurgo of perjuiy .iviis continued.
Charles Olt and Gus Cordes testi
fied for tlio provocation, und the
defendant and Patrick Murphy
for tho defense. At the concln
hion of the testimony tho Court
found there was jirobublo cause
that a jury would convict on tho
ovidonco adduced and committed
the defendant for trial at tho
coming term of tho Circuit Court
with bail fixed at 1000. .
Tho cases of Gibbs and Murphy
on tho samo chargo will como up
Tlio 1'reu KlmlorKiirtuiiN.
Tho five Kindorgartons under
tho chargo of "Tho Freo Kindor
garton and Childiou's Aid Asso
ciation" will bo opoued whemvor
thu public schools aio allowed
to opon. The now organization !
has been .Inlv ini.nrnnrnti.il. nnd I
j j .., ......
is ready to rocoivo donations and
bequests. It will' hold a public
meeting in tho Y. M. C. A. Hall
tomorrow morning tit half past
ton, for tho election of otlicors
nnd committees. All members of
tho Association are oxpocted to
nttend, and all interested in Kin
dergarten work aro invited to bo
presont. The Association outers
upon its work undor very favor
able auspices, nnd it is hoped
that it will havo a very creditablo
report t- make at tho next annual
mooting, when the plans for its
various departments of Kinder
garten work shall havo beon in
llnle of the Lnto .llliilaler Curler-
t-iiKen for the .Vovcinlier Term.
Henry Smith, master, has mado
a rojiort on tho nccount of J. O.
Carter, surviving trustoo of tho
estate of the late II. A. P. Carter,
for tho year ending Juno 30, 1895.
George 1. Carter was appointed
a trustoo in plico of tho late C. L.
Carter on Augnst 2. Tho gross
amount of i-icomo was $lli,-185.-97.
Genor.il exponsos and
accountant's piy amounted
to SM91.4G. Net iucomo divided
was irl2,."15.91. Tho trustees re-
coived -1-'51,7-17.95 uhd paid .flo,
118.12,loavinga balance uninvest
ed to next account of $9629 53.
Tho master reports tho account as
F. II. Haysolden, suiviving
trustee of tho estate of J. G. Hay
solden, has tiled his annua1 ac
count, showing receipts of-f28,-C53.0(i
and a balance to tho good
of f 15GG.30.
William Cowan has ontered n
suit for the Novombor term of tho
Circuit Court against Thomas II.
Patterson and Ida C. Patteison
his svifo, for wages claimed to bo
duo to plaintilfas manager of de
fondants' grocory store.
Caroline Amy Liing has filed a
libol for divoico ngiinst Robert
Judue Whitney has roudored a
decision granting tho bill of
Choong 11 oy again-jt Chin Wo
Company for dissolution of co
p.utnorship. Custlo und Thurs
ton for plaintiff; llobertson, Ku
hookano and Johnson tor defend
ants. John iSmmeluth vs John Cook
was on iiigutnotit boforo tho Su
promo Court this afternoon. Judge
Whiting sit with Chief Justice
Judd .mil Justice Fieur in pluco
of Justice) HicKertou.
I'oo III II I lit' 111 II I'm I It'll III.
Shortly after 6 o'clock lost
night Pootnaikolani, sister of
Queon Dowager Kupioluui, iliod
suddenly at hor homo ut Kalihi.
A tolophono messago of hor ill
nos4 was feont to tho Boird of
Health, but when Dr. Wuyson
arrivod tho lady liatl oxpirod.
Poomatkelani had beou partly
paralyzed for somo time, and hor
death is ascribod to heart fail tiro.
Tho funeral took jilaco this tiftor
noon at 2:30 o'clock .services being
held at St. Androw's Cathedral
by Bishop Willis.
A ('olllniltllii; .Tluclllltc.
A. V. Go.ir has rocoivod by tho
Australia a computing machino
which doos all the work of an
oxoort accountant in loss than
half the time. It will do addition,
subtraction, multiplication and
division, extract squaro and
cube roots and computo interest
on any amount at any r.ito, mid
novor mako a inistako. Mr.
Cour is the local ugont for this
m . m
Subsoribo forthoEvr.NiNO Bul-
IjETIN, 75 conts n month.
Somebody entered the room of
Apaii, Dr. Horbert's stownrd, in a
yard oil" Alakoa streot, lust night
and stolo his watch.
PRICE 5 CENTO.
IT CTII I QTAVQ WITH IIQ
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ANoriii:it -asi; i ;i!oi.i:iia
KDfOUTi:!) LAST NICJIIT.
Anntlicr Vltllm of llio liilrrlol Tnro-
l'ntcli Mntrr-llunrd r Ilrullli
.Tlei-ln till AKcrnooii.
'After ori absenco of nenrly five
days cholora again mado its np.
pearance last uight, the victim bt
ing another inmato of the A-ylum
named AV. H. Wno'-lor, an Amur.
icun by birth. Tho case w rir
ported to Dr. Herbert at 8:30 p
m., and by 10:10 had developed.
Biiiiiuienuy io jusiliy tlio plll
cinn in reporting another case
of cholera to the Hoard of Houlth.
Mr. Wheeler is about Go jeurs nt
ago and has beon an inmate t
tho Asylum some fifteen yeai-.
His domeutia takes a riliinue
form and ho has ahwiys beou
considered harmless, and us sucl
allowed tho full freedom of tbo
grounds. In common with other
inmates this liberty to romi
about was cut off after Saturday's?
caso dovoloped. Deprivation of
liberty Boomed to cliungo the
form of Whoelor's malady and be
has sinco becorao quito violent
and at times has bad to bo strap -pod
to a chair. There is no
doubt that ho also drank tan
patch water on Fridav i i
pioviously, as there " h.vs
been no chanco for him tt.
havo contracted tho germs ot
cholera since. The patient wut,
cniiveyod to tlio cholera hospital
at once and ut 2 o'ciock this af
tomoon he was still uHvo, though
little hope is folt of hi's I'm a I rc
covory, ow ing to his advanced age
President S nith has called a
special mooting of tho Board o f
Health for 3 o'clock this, afternoou
to take measnies on t!.o new stair
of utl'iirs involved. It was in
tended to allow tlio schools to ie
npoii on Monday and this matter
will probably bo acted upon de
finitely. Thero sooiiis to bo no
adequate loasoii why the schools
should not icopon in' spito of this
Applications fir pusses ai.d per -mits
to ship necessaries nio b
couiiug more and more frequent -showing
that tho community is?
becoming rcsttvo nuder the pre--ont
restrictions to travel and coin
morco, nnd it is fiequently io
marked that tho necessity for such
restrictions no longer exists.
Several other minor matters
will como up bofoio tho Board,
Tho familiar prosonco of Sena
tor Henry Wuturhouse is sadl
missed about the Beard of Hoaltb.
heudquurtors. He left on the
Australia yesterday to take .
well-earned vacation and attcne
to necessary business. The posi
tion he filled at tho office was a i-
import nit ono and it is to be ho
ed a conipotont person will bo so -lected
to net in his stoad.
Hugh C.lteid, tho foioman pat
tern maker of tha Honolulu lrom
Works, atttintd his forty-sixth
birthday yesterday. Ho celebrat
ed it by giving an ovening party
at "Saratoga," tlio beautiful boaoh. .
resort lately opened by himself
and Mr. Carvor on tho old Wai
kiki road. Thero woro music
dancing and a suppor to entertain,
tho guests. Tho tnusioiuns iu
oludod Mr. lloscn of tho baud ami .
Potorson's orohostra. Many.'
friends of tho braw chief Hughia
wero thoro to wish him mnnw
happy rotnrnsof the day, and tha
woro delighted both with theiir
entortuiament and tho soft brinv
ntniosphoro ncouliur to that iioi"
terod position of tho beach.
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