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V THM XaTTKM OF THE XSTATS OF
raiorau.rs mftcalf, dxcxasmd.
Krforw Cha. C. Rabbis and A. F. Jidd. JJ.
A motion is mad for a thai or jury in tbe foJ-
lowiot; aaWavit :
"Ac J Dow t this day etas Hsiao Roland tod
Jalnt PnxMtr. two of Lb respondents and th ap
pellants bmi. mod state that th rain, of lb
estate of tb said TbeopBilo Metcalf. deceased,
exceed SjOU ; that thj claim interest tbrjo
by virtn of tb aill ot Uw said dcasd :
that they fl aetriTd by tb decision of th
Probate Court of this Kingdom, asad brio al
I tHbin on tb : ,;-.b da? of November. 1ST4.
on th bancj of tb petition of C. H. Lwrs.
administrator. datd tb I lib day of November.
1 BM : that tfar ar issue of bet hreiB which
requir lb recdict of a jury, aad tb; therefor
rpctfuiiy mor lb Court that lb following i
tssaes M tact may be tried or ory according to
lb provisions of lb act ot the Slat day of
cember. ; to wil :
1. Har th several altered claims nnder nrom-
bktr, Dotes and interest ihereoo. ia tb avid p j
titloo of lb said C H. Lswers. alleged, been
barred by tb statute of limitations T
'2. Wera tkeai:fd debts or claims of $10 - '
544.46 to H. ilackfU A Co.. and $1,331 to H. 1
A. Widemann. contracted br tbe testator. The.v
pbilos Metcalf. deceased, or were they authorised ! lorcisju power any bay or liarbor, or auy
by bim , and are th sane iat and Valid claims portion of its territory.
Special to tb Alta CalKOroJa. . ta
Wasmx.-.TOx. March ltth. The Ha
waiian treaty with a few amendments was
: .i: itie-.l by the Senate in executive session
this afternoon, by a vote of fifty-one to
twelve. Those Totinit asrainst the ratifi
cation ot the treaty were Kdranmls, Ferry
of Michigan, Hamilton of Texas, Hitch
cock, Howe, Merrimsn, Morrill of Ver
mont, MeCreery, KoWrtson, Sherman,
Booth ami Whyte.
Amendments reported by the Commit
tee on Korriffn Relations were acreeti to
; as follows: Tobacco, starvh, leather and
! manufactures of leather, were inserted
! amonsr the articles to be admitted free to
! the Islands ; ornamental woods were
j struck out of the articles to be admitted
free to the United States. There is no du
ty, however, on such woods, under the ex
HUni laws. An amendment was also in
' serted that during the operation of the
treaty, which is to last seven years after
action has been taken by CoogMB, to put
provisions into effect that the Hawaiian
tJovcrnment shall not lease or cede to anv
THEO. H. DAVIES,
Dfrnt FOR SALS
aru-jst the said estate T
3. What moneys shoaid the said C. H. Lewer.
the administralrr. be charged with as bavin? been
received by him as administrator of ibi estate,
or which h might hare received without bis own
willful default ?
4. Was the said C. H. Lewers entitled to be
allowed th sam of $$00 for compensation and
$?00 for coats, or any part thereof, and if so, bow
5. Is tbe said C. H. Lewers authorized to
pay the said several amounts for which he claims
Sanretit's amendment striking out fruits
and inserting bananas, so as to protect the
semi-tropical fruits of California, was
adopted, but the amendment to limit su
srar to No. IS Dutch staudard was reject
An amendment requiring ratification by
the Hawaiian Legislature was rejected as
Speeches were made in favor of the trea- j
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ws aad kaaal ' "' aaat '
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,2 CHART OF THE SAXDWICH ISLAXD6. E.
framed a Kad. aad priatad at Washington,
tif rattly fa th aalemgnd. This is th aoat
torrect ehart pabiitbsd. Pnca, (14.
the said Tbeophilss Metcall. deceased ?
IV.ed tiu 4th day of Jaaoiry. A. D. IS73.
Sabscribed and sworn to by the above named
appellant Julia Prose fr on her own behalf of her
co-appellant the said Helen Roland at Honolulu,
in the Is'and of Oahn. one ot the Hawaiian fsl
H Monday the 4lh day ot January. A. 1).
Waltsb B. Skal. Clerk."
The lav applicable to the case. 6rst to be no
ticed, is th 124'.st section of the Civil Code,
which reads as follows :
" Matters of probate and of admioistralioo.
shall be heard and determined by the judge or
court havine jurisdiction thereof, without the in
tervention of sjory."
This law was modified by the act passed 31st
day ot December. 1S64. entitled an act to authorise
the trying ot issues of fact in mailers of probate
and administration by a jury. The preamble and
the rst section, which are the only parts of the
act applicable to this motion, read as follows :
-Whereas, the 1241st Section of the Civil
Code has been herd not to permit an appeal to a
jury, on ihe validity of any will, or testamentary
devise, or any facts touching the descent of pro
perty when sach will or testamentary devise is a
matter of investigation in probate ; therefore, be
it enacted by the King and the Legislative As
sembly of the Hawaiian Islands ta the Lesrislav
tnre of tbe Kingdom assembled :
Bats, 1. That from and after the date of the
passage of ihis act, whenever the value of the
estate of any deceased person shall exceed five
hundred dollars, acy person claiming, before any :
i jv.fc.c-. a.i.ukj u a vuurt m i rouai. sucn estate,
or any part thereof, or any interest therein, by
virtne of any will or testamentary devise, or by
virtue of the statutes of descent of property in 1
this Kingdom, who may deem himself aggrieved
by the decision of such probate judge at Cham-
bers. may. upon taking his appeal to the Cir- 1
coit Coort or Supreme Court, if any mailer of i
fact is in issue, more the Appellate Court that
tie issue of tact may be tried by a jury, and bis ,
motion shall not be denied."
The Section 1241 of the Civil Code, therefore,
remains in full force, except so far as the last
cited act has modified it. and this act only applies
to the validity of a will or testamentary devise. I
or facts touching the descent of properly." tor in
stance lineage, adoption, or the like. This was
the intention of tbe act. It bad never been held
or supposed to have any other application, and
tbe settlement of estates would be interminable
if every order of a judge ia the progress of ad
ministration might be appealed to a jury, by every
one who may think they bad an interest in tbe
estate, or by every one. who. having an interest
in tbe estate, might see fit. when prompted by a
litigious spirit, or by ill temper generally, to take
an appeal to a jury. By examining the affidavit
it U apparent that there is no fart at issue regard
ing tbe validity of the will of Mr. Metcalf. or re
garding the descent of the property, and on this
ground alone, if this were only one, the motion
most be denied. But by reading over the allega
tions of tbe issue of facts in tbe affidavit, it will
be found that not one of them contains any alle
gation of a fact upon which a jury can be called
to give a verdict : 1st. It has already been ad
mitted that the facts being as they are. acd un
duputably.o. the promissory notes in question
(as a matter of law) are not barred by tbe statute
2d. That tbe suras mentioned ia the second
allegation (the amounts beinar undisputed; were,
as a matter of Lav, authorized by the vill of Mr.
Metcalf, and are "just and valid claims against
Jones of Xevada, Cameron, Thnrman, Ho
yan, BoutwclL, and the new Senator from
Amonj those who spoke against it were
Booth, Morrill of Vermont, Sherman and
The success of the Treaty is generally
conceded to the credit of Hamlin, who en
gineered it in the Committee, and to Sar
gent, who pulled the laboring oar in the
The necessity of securing the favorable
relations offered Uy this Treaty was shown
in behalf of the Xavy by a letter from Ad
miral Porter to Senator Jones of Nevada ;
in a military point of view, by a Utter
from General Sehofield. presented by Sen
ator Hamlin. Admiral Porter claims that
if the British Government should secure
the control of the Islands the British Xa
vv could draw a line from British Colum
bia to Australia, completely held air:iuu
that we would loe, according to the pres
ent production of sugar on the Istands,
nearly half a million dollars revenue annu
ally ; that the treaty would cause an in
crease of production, and that we should
soon lose ten-fold that amount.
Senator Hamlin wanted to know how
we could lose what we had not got, and
what would be the increased effect of the
Booth gave, in contrast to the loss of
revenue increased in this way, figures
showing the produce exports from the
United States to the Sandwich Islands;
but this was answered by Senator Jones,
who said: "If the productions from the
Islands would cease, the imports front the
United States would increase correspond-
Joucs and Sargent both called attention
to the character of sixteen articles includ-
! ed in the treaty, to be admitted free to
1 the Islands. All of which, such as wool
' en goods, watches and other manufactured
I articles, were almost exclusively valued as
I the products of labor, and while we pay
j about ninety per cent., in gold for what
we import "from other countries, we pay
an equal amount in these products of our
labor for su-rar ana ot tier ar.Biues unponeu
from the Sandwich Islands.
Jones also showed that notwithstanding
onr exports of raw material to Holland,
Belgium and Australia were worth many
times the exports to the Sandwich Islands,
'vet all comoined they were not of such
Importance to the laboring classes of the
United States as the present exports were
to the Islands which this treaty would in
crease. Sargent said that the benefits of this
treaty were almost w holly in the interests
of the poorer classes, and he wanted to se
cure the risrht 10 buy cheap brown sugar,
which is nsed by the farmer at his work
and the miner in his cabin.
Booth said that the treaty would not
cheapen sutrar because the present imports
from the Islands supply only a part of the
amounr consumed on the Pacific Coast.
Sargent replied that Booth's argument
appeared to contradict itself. Only a lit
tle while before Booth had said that the
production of the Islands would be in
creased ten-fold by the treaty, and if the
j fifteen million pounds now produced would
I not cheapen sugar, then a hundred and fif
ty million ponmls would, ami he ( Ntrgenl )
felt that the interest of the people was at
Booth objected to the treaty because
the Islands were too far away to be of
any national value, and it would require
great expenditures to establish th.-re a
costly naval station, which il would be
difficult to hold in time of war.
Sargent replied that the Islands were
midway on the direct line of trade be
tween the United States and Asia, and
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our nation and the Pacific " Coast stes the possession of this point by a foreign
would be defenceless ; but with the control
which this Treaty jives the United States,
the Pacific Coast is impregnable, on ac
count of the necessity of usinsi heavy iron
ships of war, which need coaling stations .
within easy reach. The Pacific Coast, ao- V
cording to the opinion of Admiral Porter,
nnnriAt .1 otto.'Lii.I v-i.'.'.Wwtil ill tr.i 111 1 ! t-i t
Ul Columbia or Mexico, because we could ! foreign power would not have the ad van-
government would subject our commerce,
which promises to be great in the future,
to the mercy of an adversary in war.
Moreover, it would not be necessary to
expend much in establishing a naval sta-
ton, and it the islands were taken away
from us in time ol war they would be
given np when the war was over ; but a
3d. It ii a matter of lav what moneys tbe ad-
in snch case use our land forces to protect
ourselves. He S3ys that at the present ,
time the United States is not prepared to 1
; expend large sums in making a naval sta-
tion at the Islands, but this treaty will, ;
during its operation, prevent any foreign 1
I power from getting a foothold and before
its expiration the United States may se
cure what privileges il requires.
The commercial advantages of the trea
ty were shown by statistics and arguments ,
in the speeches of Sargent, Jones, Kelly i
, and Mitchell.
Kelly quoted a passage from the mes
; sage of ex-Presidents Pierce and Johnson,
in favor ot former treaties, and called spe
cial attention to the message of Johnson,
which alluded to the great disadvantage ;
suffered by the United States on account
of the foreign possession of the West In- j
dies. The Sandwich Islands, he said, !
were the West Indies of the Pacific.
Thurman complimented Kelly by say-
ing that until his speech was made Thur
man had been undecided how to vote ;
but now he was convinced that the treaty
should be ratified. He also paid a similar
compliment to Mitchell, who had set forth
in full the legal bearings of this treaty up
on treaties with other nations, showing
that other nations could not claim that
they were not given equal privileges with
the most favored nation.
The bugbear being thus disposed of, Mr.
Eaton, the new Senator from Connect'cnt,
said that a treaty of this kind had been
his favorite idea for twenty years.
An amendment was proposed to limit
the grade of sugar to Xo. 13. Dutch stand
ard. But this was quickly disposed of by
Senators Kelly and Mitchell, who said
that the sugar refiners in San Francisco
desired tbe treaty to be negotiated solely
for their benefit, and that if this amend
ment was adopted it would keep t 'alifbr
nia and Oregon under tbe heel of the su
It was also said by one of tbe Senators
who is understood to give the opinions of
Secretary Fish, that the treaty proposed
only to admit unrefined sugars of grades
heretofore manufactured and known as
taije of valuable docks and lanre supplies
of coal, which otherwise might be secured
by them. It was shown, also, that the
native population of the Islands was de
creasing so fast that unless this treaty was
ratified, the Hawaiian Government would
soon be compelled to offer the control of
the Islands to England. But if the treaty
was ratified, it would take some time to
secure its operations, and so in all proba
bility nine years would pass before its
expiration, during which time tbe now
foreign powers could not get a foothold,
and at the end of that time the Iruit
would be ripe to tall into the hands of the
United States, while its production would
also be those of our citizens.
Dhose who had rejected the Canadian
Treaty came gradually to the side of Sar
gent, Jones and Hamlin, until finally the
greatest enthusiasm prevailed, resulting in
one of the most emphatic votes recorded
in the Senate.
Cameron, who is the least (?) of Protec
tionists, made a speech in favor of the
treaty, in which he said that CapL Cook's
sailors wcrs responsible for spreading the
disease among the Sandwich Islands, and
the Americans were responsible and
should extend their protection over
them. c. a. W.
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Cotton Tasso Cloth.
Cases of Tweeds, Assorted.
Cases of Cashmeres, Assorted,
Cases of Assorted Lawns.
Cases of Assorted Shawls,
Cases of Assorted Denims,
Cast af Assorted Drill.,
Cam of Assorted Cottons.
Cases Hetdseiek's Champagne.
Cases Assorted Brands Champagne,
Cases H.nnessr's 1, J and 1 Star Brandy,
Cases Assorted Brandt Brandy,
Casu Best Cl.rst,
Cat Bast Seoteh Whiskey,
Cases Best Holland din.
Baskets Best Holland Din, stone jags.
Cat. Beat Old Tom Oin,
Cases Best Pa!. Sh.rry,
Casts Bent Old Port,
Quarter Catkt Hennettj't Pal. Brandy,
Quarter Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Casks Irish Whiskey,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Rum.
McEwan's India Pale JUe,
Pints and Quarts.
Blood. Wolfe A Co s India Pal Ala. pts and qts.
Polar and Sperm Oil,
IXqt IVriTin TOleT.-rorM.y
tl IkOIJJDB A CO,
Ccim umm. v no 1 r . hawaiiaw
WOKlss, with K iw Hah aaTnlSVaiUoa. aaal
An English - Hawaiian Vocabulary,
CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF HISTORIC!.
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Hawaiian ami limH-li - aaaa
Haaallau Uraaaur a ear
E. O. HALL A 8ON,
KEP nil III USUAL I i I.I. AID
eonslaat tapplj of
Ail Seasonable Goods in their Line !
Pine Plated Table Wan,
Staple Dry Goods.
Paints. Oil. Turpentine A Varaiah,
Cooking Stoves k Hollow War.
Downer's A Crystal in. Keeoaaa Oil.
Ol Bows, Yokes A Wheelbarrows.
Cast StMl, Nail Roda k Uors She Iron,
California Sol A Skirting Leather,
Franca Caif A Lining Skins,
Faaey A Carhollo Soap..
Tia Plates, Solder A Lead Pip,
Pumps, Carriage Axles & Springs,
Ola. Borax, Pant! k Rotd Sua,
Shoemaker's Tool. Last, Pegs A Thread.
Dairy Salt. Card Matehea k Door Mats.
All Sort of Brushes. Blaahiag A Sao Polish,
C0C0AINE. HYPERION, PYR0LI0NK0C3 ACID
Road A rarpe nlf rs Tools, llandlrs, A.
Church, Plantation, Table aad Dong Balls.
I THOUSAND ARTICLES FOR USE S CONVEIIERCE
Too numerous to mntioa.
a Unesi Fwaalai
I ALL OH
THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO! McEwan's
C. Brewer A Co. -Agents.
MercUaodu. reccired llarag, Fr and
Bas. A Co's Iadia Pale Ala, pints and quarts
V.V ' . I,,. A I. I. III.
Porter, in Stone Jugs,
Pints and Quarts.
liberal cuh ailxancew made cm iblptoenU by thl line
m-lj C. BREWER A CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. Brewer t Co. -Agents.
FaTuraol arraaarmaats can alaavs I
mads for .t r,-- and laipuicat of Oil, B. nr. Wool. IJadea and
ether Merchandise to New Bedford. Boatoo, New York and
other Kastern Porta. StsT Cash Advance, made,
i-- C. BREWER CO.
rciniatraLors abooW be charged with the amounts ; Sandwich Island sugars ; but if the treaty
mm f th
HAWAIIAN B IELES tu aaai tttv. kwaad hi faaey
mcniccc c.rer, WtBfc reecrds fcr rirnAre. i,.r.l'i
mm liitli. aritakaa twr faaawy .(kin. Praw.aa-
:, ftr e : i:-:.z(. !rm ti 1 f::.
HAWAIIAN HTMNS For social aad eh.reh aar-
m. Prita, efatfc, $1 ; (aat beans aa cat,
KA HAK H0ONANT A cwOsatiow af S Ah bain
RwAwwi hyataa aad rwwsa Prasa, U cents.
V. B Aay books pwUiaaad ia th Hawasaa laa
Caaca, or aay books tartaiaiag U th IaUad. if
BwajtaaVA, I ha aMwaaaUaraaaaaaawaltaa Ewaa.
for sJr kr
H. M. WHITNEY.
received being; nnqaestioned acd he has been
chaired with all tbe Law allows, acd therefore
there is 00 matter for the jury on this allegation.
4th. Tbe statate fixes lhw amount of recom
pense to be received by the administrators, or
give to the judge anal not to th jury lb author -ity
to adjudge the amoanL
5th. A coort of competent jurisdiction has
already adjodfed that tbe admicistrator was au
thorized to paj aft the amoaot for which he
claims credit, and iu point of fact directed him to
pay them. This ha been done as a matter of
law. All the facts as regards amounts and eir
cucotaaces of pay meet being cad is pa led and ua
Chaa. C. HabaTiz,
A. Feasct Jcdd.
W C. Jonesj and E. T. O'Hallorao for the mo
tion ; A. S. HartwetL for the administrator, con
tra. Honolulu. January. 1675.
Oregon Sugar-Cared Hams.
K SALE BY
BOLLES A CO.
ENGLISH TRON-STOCK ANCHORS WEIOET
froa IM lb, u tAWwlhe. For tale by
BOLLES k CO.
American Hess Beef, in Bond.
ABBALA LAST for sale by
BOLLES a CO.
CALMS PILOT IX
C7 r-.t a
CAID AXD OR. CABwB
borxt A OO.
BEST C ALITOR STA OAT HAT For Sale by
BOLLES m CO,
shonld fix a specific trrade as DroDosed.
other nations might claim that they manu
factured number thirteen or number
eighteen Datch standard, which they
could not now claim.
While this debate was proeressing, Mr.
Carter, one of the SanoVich Island Com
missioners, received a despatch from prom
inent business houses in San Francisco, as
follows: "Refiners are threatening the
Treaty supporters with the withdrawal of
their business. Can Booth support such
a monopoly ? Can send as many addition
al names as wanted in favor of the Trea
ty." This despatch was passed around
the Senate Chamber, and caused consid
West, of Louisiana, remaked in answer
to tbe argument of the San Francisco su
gar refiners, that the consumption of su
gar in the United States increased every
ten years three hundred million pounds,
therefore there could be no danger from
the increased prod action of the Islands.
The great feature of the debate, how
ever, was brought out in the speeches of
Jones and Sargent to oootb.
Booth claimed that it was not worth
while to legislate to secure strategic points
in anticipation of foreign war. Since tbe
independence of the United States there
bad been only three years of foreign war.
Sargent replied that Washington bad
banded down the political maxim, "In
times of peace prepare for war," and that
tbe possession of it rage tic points often pre
vented war. If Booth's argument prevail
ed it would apply as well against keeping
np the naval and military establishment.
Senator Booth rlanatad also that the
treaty would be of ao commercial value ;
NEW GOODS !
Just Received by
AFONG & ACHUCK,
in cl ard. Jamos!
White A Colored Rattan Matting,
matting. Rattan Chairs,
Manila Rope, Peanut Oil,
Nests Camphor Trunks,
Fine Tea, Basket Tea,
China Hams, Nankin Cloth,
Japanese Umbrellas, Assorted Silk,
Silver Ware, Ivory- Ware,
Sandal Wood Ware, Lacquered Ware,
China Ware, Canvas Shoes, -
Straw Slippers, Clothes Baskets,
Flower Pota, Wrapping Paper,
Dried Ligee, Dried Dates,
Gold A Silver Jewelry,
Tortoise Shell A Crystal Jewelry,
Gentlemen A Ladies Paty Hats,
China Brick A Side-walk Stones
tU3GL AJVIl DOUBLR
SUGAR NAT BAGS
A Ureat Variety at
OTHER CHINESE GOODS
Blood. Wolf A Co s Porter ia glass, pt and qt.
j JJJ F. T. LENEHAN at CO.
BOLLES c CO.,
No. 34 Queen Street,
HAVE FOR HALE,
Hemp and Manila Cordage, all sixaa.
Patent aad Plain Bath Biotas, all sit.
Anchors aad Chain Cablet, assorted lues.
Cotton Duck and Hemp Canvas,
Cotton and Hemp Sail Twine.
. . Wilmington Pitoh,
Whale and Spent Oil
PalaU aad Paint Oil,
And a Oaacral Assortment of
Groceries and Ship Stores
nf All of which will b told at th lowest potiiblt
A FEW FEOTOGRAFH TEWS
Print in ; Establistae nt
Possesses a good assortment of
JOB PRINTING TYPE,
Well adapted to tbe Printing of
POSTERS OF ANY SIZE!
KIT II Kit IS FLAW OB
Fancy C o 1 o x- 0
Latelj frwea Tahiti.
CAJf BE OBTAINED AT THE STORE
of th. aadnsign.d. Among them are (ha :
View of the Cirr aad Harbor of Honolulu, taken
frea Punchbowl anqueatioaablv th finest
picture of Uonolala estaat.
View of Port aad Harbor of Passat.
View in Koolaa, Oak.
Mountain Senary ia Koolaa, Oaha.
Point Vuaa, TahitL
Australia Btaanwr at Wharf ia Hoaolala.
Diamond Head. Honolulu.
MeKeagae'a Hugar Plantation, Koolaa.
Tamarind and Coeoanut Treat.
Map of Tahiti aad Mooraa.
These are all
finelj take, aad eaa b ba
or Sola my
H. M. WHIT5EY.
Sold Peat ar Pocket Kalte
A LA VARIETY, AID TO BE HAD AT
a,m. ---t Mtt AWJfjwB fjffpot gar
H. It WHinKt.
u potal Cards,
piOB a ALE HRK-K a CamaAOLl
TE WmCR THT! HIGHEST PRICE Wat
JBT b. pM at the Booaatov of R. M. WHmirr
H. at WHI'I.IKT.
ftn u poatOCAee.
HOTEL BILLS OF FARE.
BOOKS and PAMPHLETS,
dec, Ac, ate.
Soaethiig Vw Jk tk tirls!
Gold and Sliver Perforated Card Board
Gold and Silver Paper,
White Perforated Card Board.
For ale Oy
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