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liKORGK X. WlIXJOX VS. G. El.1.13.
CfaitrrHor Jii'M. Opinion of tht Chancellor.
Tlfc defendant in this case in an action at
law against this plaintiff recovered $1,200, the
purchase money of sixty shares in the Honolulu
Ice Co. The defence set up was the statute
The plaintiff now brings his bill in equity,
and alleges that lie was induced by the fraud,
misrepresentation and deceit of the defendant
to make an offer to buy tho said shares, and
that he could not, at tho former trial, without
affirming the alleged sale, make tho defenco of
fraud, deceit and misrepresentation, as his
defence to that action was a denial that the
certificates of shares in the Tee Co. had been
actually received or accepted by him. Tho
bi'l prays that the sale be declared to be fraudulent
and void and the defendant bo enjoined
from taking out execution on the judgment.
The defendant demurs.
The question raised is whether a party, having
a defence of fraud, based upon facts known
to him at the time of the trial at law, and of
ahich he did not avail himself,.ho having
made a defense of no sale, is precluded from
attacking in equity the judgment on the ground
Savs "Freeman on Judgments," Sec. 4S5,
"In respect to tho general grounds upon which
the interposition of courts of equity may be
successfully invoked to obtain relief from judgment
or decrees, thero seems a perfect
unanimity of opinion. Tho actual adjudication
or any question is in fact final, under all circumstances,
unless corrected by some appellate
tribunal, and isjnever subject to re-examination
in any other than an appellateCdurt.Tipori
any issuo oflav. or of lact, nor upon tho sole
ground that tho former decision is contrary to
equity or good conscience. It is always a
condition precedent to tho proper action of a
court of equity, in interfering with a judgmeut
or decree not before it upon appeal, that the
matter now in the form of an adjudication, is,
in truth, without any fault of the
to avoid its effect, a determination in which
ho could not present bis cause of action, or his
grounds of defense, as tho case may be, to tho
consideration of tho court."
'The rule allowing parties to appeal to
Chancery against a judgment in any court is
of great strictness and inflexibility; and itis
necessarv that it should bo bo, as otherwise
the jurisdiction bt that court would soon supplant
all other tribunals. A court of equity,
therefore will not lend its aid unless tho party
claiming its assistanco can impeach the judgment
by facts, or on grounds of tchidi he could
Mtt hare availed himself at law, or was prevented
from doing it hy fraud, accident, or tho
opposite party unmixed with ncgligenco or
fault on his own part."
The general rule is that relief will not be
granted against a judgment at law. on tho
ground of its being contrary to cquitj, unless
defendant as ignorant of the fact in question
pending the suit, or it could not Inivo been received
as a defenhc, or unices he was presented
Ironi availing himself of it by fraud or accident
or laches of the party."
In Sec 1573 of Story (written by Judge
Kcdficld) the text is "But where the fact existed
beforo the triaj at law, upon which tho
relief in equity is claimed, and was also known
to the party sueing in equity, or might havo
beeu discovered by tho exercise of diligence,
and was as much a defense at law as in
cquit'; no redress can ordinarily be obtained in
equity,." In note 3 reference is made to 1'enn
vs. Reynolds 23 Gratt. 518, where it is hold,
that "if a defendant electa his remedy in a
suit against him, equity will not relievo him
from the effect of his choice."
In Miller vs. Morse 23 Mich. 309 Judgo
Cooley says "Equity will never interfere
where a party under no disability neglected
to make his defence at law."
In Morris vs. Iladloy 9 Mich. 263, tho Court
per Manning J. say "And in applying for a
new trial, a defendant who has not been fraudulently
misled by his adversary in making his
defense (of which there is no pretense in tho
present case) will not bo permitted to change
that defense. In other words, having set up
one defense and failed in it, a new trial will
not bo awarded to enablo him to make a wholly
different defense, and one which might havo
been, but was not, mado at tho trial."
Tin's leads mo to tho discussion of the point
lJfged by plaintiff's counsel that a defenso of
fraud could not safely bo mado at tho same
time with the defenso of no sale, for tho reason
that the defense that the plaintiff was induced
by fraud of tho defendant to made tho
offer to buy the Block would bo a confession
that tho contract of sale bad been accomplished.
"Would the defendant be allowed to make
these inconsistent defenses? I think that he
Our Statute, Sec H07 of the Code, allows
under a pleaof general denial, the defendant
to give in QdePffs. -as a defenso to anycivil
Anic any matter oi law ornsrrwniirevtfr.
But it is clear to my mind that it would
prejudice tho plaintiffs caso for him to Bay
in one breath to the jury that ho had not accepted
and received the stock and also that
ho waB induced by tho deceit and fraud of tho
defendant to mako an offer to buy tho stock.
Tho jury would bo likely to believe neither
defense and it would be decidedly against his
interest to hazard both defenses.
But whether ho is obliged to make tho
defense of fraud if known, is another question.
Bigelow on Torts p. 177 Bays "Recovery
of judgment upon a contract, if fraud bo not
pleaded, is no bar to an action for the deceit
practised to induco tho plaintiff to mako it."
The caso in support is Wanzcr vs. Do Baun
1 E. D. Smith 201. And on p. 429 "But tho
criterion of tho right to call upon tho Court of
Equity for reliof docs not, it Beems depend in
all cases upon tho complaining party's knowledge
or legal notice of tho fraud beforo judgment.
Wo have elsewhere seen that there
may exist frauds in connection with claims
prosecuted against a party which, not being
necessarily connected with tho validity of tho
claim, he may prcicr to avail himself of in a
proceeding instituted by himself inutcad of by
Ins adversary; ana, in cases ol luis Kind, we
have teen that the law allows the party his own
election in the matter, and does not imputo
to him laches for not doing that which might
not have been for his interest" "In such cases
the injured party has a right of cross action
against the wrong-door, notwithstanding the
judgment which ho has obtained;- and wo apprehend
that if the facts were of such a nature
as to require tho aid of equity, tho cross action
could bo brought in a Court of Chancery.
Thus if a suit were brought upon a contract
obtained by tho defendant through fraud, ho
would bo permitted to treat the contract as
binding, allow it to pass into judgment accordingly,
and then bring a for tho
fraud by which it was obtained," citing
Wanzer faaBaun supra. .
In "Freeman on Judgments" Sec. 501 wc
has a defense
6f :irpqSitable characj&, but &of ?iyhiclif
Court of law can tako cognizance, ho need
not in general, prssont his equitable defense,
butmayiallowjudgaient by defanHjo bo .taken
against liimandiiriaSr aftefjrardiniBBert 'his
equitable defense for tho purpose of obtaining
relief against tho judgment. Clay vb. Fry
G, Am. Dec. 654.
Tho English catcs go to tho same extent. I
quote from Kerr on Injunctions p. 2G, as the
cases cited Lare nojacccssible "A' Jiarty; to
an action SW iajffo.Hiayvo'arfea.ui(bl5
defence is uol bouna to "plead it al law, but
may tomo into jqnity for relief; BT6 is not
precluded from coming to tho Court, unless
ho 1ms already set up his equitable defenco at
law. If lis has not plead his cquitablo defenso
at law, he may after judgment come into equity
for relief put if he has exercised his option
and has attempted tho cquitablo defence in a
court of law, and there is no reason why the
court of law should not deal with tho
plea as well sura coiirtjof equity and giro
the same relief as a court of equity, ho cannot
come to tho court and ask for an injunction to
restrain tho action on thoycry ground that
lie uaa rtiaae int) budjuci cqmraDio pica.'"
on of do-
To the same general oTecl
Lea vs. Lea 99 MaBB. 496
LittleCeld vs. Huntiers 10
Cook vs. Cooke 9 Cush 27
Minorvs. Walter 17 Mass
Merrick Gordon 20 93.. N.
In Pomoroj's' "Reracdie,
Right" Sec. 801 on counter
says, "The defendant has
may set up his cause of actii
opposing demands udjudic
wilhold it and prosecute it
tion for that purpose" cit
Torrance 25 N. Y. 300 Bcllit
In this Kingdom tho prac
challenged whore a defend
ejectment seeks to attack
which the plaintiff holds cs
fraud, to allow him to do st
K jiu vs. Campbell, i Hawn
The best conclusion I can.co
plaintiff was not compelled
fenso of fraud and deceit in
and bo overrule tho demurre
A. S. Hartwell for plaintt
Honolulu, December 30th
In Tiir. MATTEn ,of J. W
J. ri. B.vitr.
Jmht C. J., McCnlli ami Alts
the Court ly 3Sc(
Tho above named pcrso;
attorneys under tho provis)
for licensing to practice in
trict courts only, and for th(
Compiled Laws, p. 311. '
cral cites them to respond
conduct contrary to their
Upon the evidence it app
lahoa who may bo termed
the case, had been arrested
his wife for deserting her, i
tho station house pendinj
testifies that ho is eighteen'
is nothing in his appearar
ho is not nearly correct in I
says that while in a station
presented himself at the;
him to employ him as a Ian
but that ho declined to do f
fieB that ho accepted or n
promiso to pay him $25i
Frank Metcalf who was pi
tho testimony of the latter.
Kaulahca was brought
court on Monday, Decomb
mand Wednesday, Dccembt
being detained in tho statu
lies Justico testifies that 1
show that any person ap,
and his recollection is thai
pear, and ho recollects that
naba wero sitting in court,
customary with them, but
selves out as counsel, in tli
testifies that he became coi
by request of Kcliikoa, wli'i
aist and promised or gavo Y
of somo fco. Ho says ho h".
with Kaulahca beforo th'c
testifies tliat in the policoji
Kaulahca wab stupid, i(hui
stated to the court what I
Ilea's stupidity. There we
or against Kaulahca. Kc
in court but start togctupli
leaving me or askiug moft
not appear by tho tcstiuiun
Police Justice that Baron"
spokesman in any capacity.
What was tho ca6c on vf
confined and brought befc
somewhat peculiar statute!
with its amendments, now
61 of the Penal Code, prof;
or a wife maj' upon sworf
a warrant for tho arrest oft?
sorted that the justico sht
secure a reconcilia
return, if practicable, iu th
penalty. The Police Justi
this law. No witnesses V,
covered that the difficulty
wifo and her father was tu
not in receipt of incoruof
money. It also apppoarec
tice that tho wifo had a pa
Chinaman who accompanio
oither had not deserted Iiis
ho consented before then:
to her. Under the law tlie
charged (for a first offenc
charged, tho magistrate,
uiuuu aii auviser, rccommi
and obtain employment,
Thus it appears thati
needing tho assistanco
ineso atiurneys gavo no
court or out, lor Barcnar
did make one, was not th"
but of an acquaintance, ant
did not need to bo told that
stupid, for ho says that ho
him, and wo cannot taket
tho tostimonoy of Kcliikoa
sequence of his advico to tl
consented to return to his $
not appears? ."..gasagSl;
that he assisted in any ml
for which ho was charged.'
When Kaulahca was disc
have been taken in hand by,
naba. He had an intenriei
with Keliikoa, Ho testifies
to him, "You had better sli
as a contract laborer: that
ho would havo him arresto
he might bo imprisoned for
koa denieB this, and the std
two. Then Barenaba tookj
direction of. Kcliikoa, to ;
tho name of J. K. Spaldi
which Keliikoa and anotli
to the offico of agi
plantation at Kauai, where
ped" upon a contract for
receiving a cash advanco of
Act of 1882, Chap. 33, founain'tiio'Uompncui
Laws, p. 459, no contract for labor over one
year can bo penally enforced if moro than $25
advanco is paid.)
Without more detail it may bo said that Ibis
not very bright young man continued beset by
these friends and advisers till ho had paid Keliikoa
25 andBarenabaSlO, (though ho admits
only$5,)forlegal assistance, "depositing" $10
with tho runner Spalding for security that ho
should bo on hand to go by steamer "to Kauai,
and 55 to him as "a gift," leaving himself $10
with which to meet his own requirements, and
alleviato tho difficulty with his wife by whick
ho had got into this trouble, and as his wages
wore at $15 per month he thus anticipated four
months incorao for this net result, so that tho
assistance of his logal friends out of court
placed him in a position of far greater difficulty
than ho was iu when confined in tho station
houso. If in court they gavo him no professional
holp, doing nothing, oat of court thoy
effiectively and actively injured him.
Keliikoa further informs us that of his fee
of $25 ho paid $5 to Kauhane. an officer in
chargo at the station houso who had stated to
him that Kaulahca wanted counsel, and had
admitted him to tho door of his cell. This circumstance
romitted to the attention
of tho Marshal. It cannot bo permitted that
police officers shall bo brokers or partnora in
Keliikoa and Barenaba have, by their own
testimony placed themselves in a most discreditable
position. Taking tho testimony of
Kaulahca, of which wo haTo quoted a part only,
theirc onduct is still worse. They have used
their licenses to injure tho complainant. The
whole course of their proceedings has been
not to assist him in any manner but to oxtort
money from him for themaolves.
It is not tho inlention'of the law for licensing
attornoys that thoy should havo a special
opportunity to plunder tho iguorant and tho
timid. An attorney's licenso is granted on
tho theory that tho licensee is competent to
give assistance to clients and to the courts
and that ho is of honest and honorable character.
Njo precise lines can bo laid down for
tho conduct of attorneys. Evory case must be
dealt with according to its own circumstances.
The respondents herein havo beon guilty of
conduct which violates their obligations as attorneys.
Wo mako somo distinction between
thom.dcemingKaliikoa to bo guilty of gross
misconduct, and the principal actor and of-
Tho Fantastic Csardos.
One of the men was seated beforo an
empty barrel in lieu, I supposed, of a
table and on it lie had placed a flat wooden
instrument, something like a EUallow
box, almost a yard in vndth, but rather
less in length. I supposed it to bo a
stringed 'instrument, until, coming nearer,
1 discovered that what I had taken for
strings were long flat strips of glass, arranged
in different lengths. In each hand
ho hold little stinks, made something like
the hammers in the interior of a piano, and
with these he struck tho glass keys. Yet
to say he struck tho keys gives an imperfect
impression, for tho hammers only
trembled and quivered and danced in his
fingers like tho drops of a fountain falling
into the basin below. Ono note was nover
long drawn out, but vibrated in never-ending
repetition, particularly when tho air
was played slow and melancholy. This
instrument is the cymbalom; and in every
Hungarian melody there arc notes which
are only producible in perfection on just
this instrument, although performers
can execute a feeble imitation of its
trembling tones upon the piano. It must
havo been nearly 9 o'clock, a late hour
for so rural a spot, when tho gipsies, after
n silence of some minutes, began playing
a slow melancholy air, which I instantly
recognized from the peculiar rhythm
to be Hungarian. Pair by pair tho dancers
approached the band, until a dense ring
was formed close to the music. For a
Csardas only two people aro necessary,
although, as in a waltz, it may be danced
by hundreds. Tho gentleman holds the
lady's waist by placing a hand on either
side, while hor hands rests on his shoulders,
so that they front each other, and I
am told that tho rules of tho dance compel
them to look each other in the face.
Thoy began moving to and fro in slow
time to a wild and melancholy air, tho
peculiarity of the movement being that
tho dancers every now and then interrupted
their minuet by a sudden milkmaid's
curtosy, for I can givo no other name to
the curious littlo bob thoy performed after
every two steps.
Tho instruments of tho gipsies all seemed
to be bewailing their lato in chorus; tho
cymbalom trumbled with emotion; thofaco
of tho leader of tho band was so long that
I thought ho was meditating an unusually
appalling suicide. But beforo I know
it, tho music had changed and tho fun
grew fast and furious. Tho previous step,
or somothing very like it, was continued,
only sixteen times as fast, so that tho dancers
did nothing but bob up and down
liko corks on a stormy sea. Thoy still hold
each other and nover moved from the place
where they had taken their stand, for a
Csardas must be danced on as small a
spaco of ground as possible Now I understand
that one must bo a born Hunga
rian to dance a Csardas; for I caught sight
of Erzsi, and by a slight movement was
able to watch her evolutions, and I came
to tho conclusion that an Englishwoman
of her rank would as soon think of dancing
tho Csardas, as it ought to bo danced,
as of dancing a ballet. Her partner hold
her littlo waist on cither side, and ovcry
now and then twisted or rolled her to and
fro between his hands, and then changed
or throw hor from ono arm to tho other,
her hands being mcanwhilo upon his
shoulders, and she looked straight into
his oyos with a pair of tho loveliest orbs
that over bewildered a man's senses. Thoy
had already beon dancing at least for half
an hour and tho bobbing up and down
had lapsed into a kind of continual tro
mulous movement, but tho excitement
seemed to increase. Erzsi's partner hold
hor with ono hand and waved his hand
above his head with a shout, caught her
in both hands, and whirled her wildly
round and round, lot her goand putting
his two hands to his head (with a gesture,
as I thought of a man going mad,) executed
a wonderful double shuffle with his
feet, and then began to whirl round and
round liko a dervish, she doing tho same,
till with ono accord thoy stopped and
seemed to fling themselves into each
other's arms again. Imagine tho fearful
noise of eight or nine instruments in .one
comparatively small room, and added to
that, tho stamping and shuffling of feet,
tho occasional shout of the dancers and
lively conversation going on among tho
spectators and then imagino tho heat.
The thinnest members of tho community
looked as though they had spent a month
in a vapor bath, but the more robust appeared
as though a watering cart had just
gone over them, so damp and limp wero
they; oven their very mustachios hung
down at tho corners and gavo them a
forlorn appearance. I thought,
when they got to this pitch, thoy must
leave off or die. But no! They only
shouted "Lassau!" (slowly,) and then tho
slow movement began again, and men and
maidens wiped their heated brows,
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A Ckoioe Selection of
ged in a little gossip and a good deal of
coquetting for iivo minutes, whilo that
suicidal misery of a music, was making mo
regret that ever I was born. Then tho
music changed, and thoy all went mad
again. This continued for two mortal
hours, and then wo wont to bed. The
Lavater, the eminent physiognomist, in
one of his essays, says: "I have never seen
a nose with a broad back, whether arched
or rectilinear, that did not appertain to an
extraordinary man. "Vo may examino
thousands of countenances and numbers
of portraits of superior men beforo wo find
such an one."
Tho busts, pictures and statues portraying
tho features and personality of the
most celebrated generals, statesmen, orators,
philosophers, scientists and architects,
which are exhibited in tho art galleries
of tho world, roveal to us if art can
bo relied on that tho faces of Galen,
Hippocrates, Aristotle, Alexander, Cicero,
Archimedes, Julius Crear, Demosthenes,
Uato, .Lucretius, besostns, .flato, Joseph-us,
and many other men of eminence, possessed
unusually large noses, many of
them "broad on tho back," as Lavator
expresses it, and not ono exhibits an undeveloped
or small nasal organ. These
noses vary in form, but can bo classified
at sight by ono understanding tho meaning
of the forms to Uiq nose. All these
men were master-minds in different departments
of thought and action.
Wo will now return to moro modern
times, and recall to tho mind of tho reader
the physiognomies of tho more recent
men of intellect masters in art, science,
government, literature and leadership.
AVo shall find tho field quite as rich as
that of the ancients. Let it be understood
that each department of activity has a
form or shapo peculiar to itself. Scientific,
mechanical and philosophical noses aro
long, prominent and bony, and whoro
thero is talent thero aro "broad on the
back" as well. Musical noses aro short,
thick, round, soft and muscular. Commercial
noses aro large, thick, long, with
moro muscle than bono, and of equal
width tho entire length, sometimes
straight in outlino and sometimes convex.
Executive noses often present a very high
outlino just below tho junction with the
forehead. This noso is denominated tho
"Eoman nose," and belongs to thoso who
havo naturally excellent abilility as generals,
leaders, superintendents, etc.
The largest noses known to modern
times aro, among commanders, thoso of
"Washington, Garibaldi, Cromwell, Wel
lington, Napoleon, Napier, Scott, Sher
man and Jbarragut; among statesmen,
Lord Chatham, William Pitt, Lord Brougham,
Jcfiorson, Jackson, Franklin, Thomas
Paine, Mottornich, Palmorston, John
Adams and Gladstone. Obsorving tho
noses of poets, wo find that here, as
tho largest belong to tho most emi
nont. Observe, for oxample, thoso of
Danto, Tasso, Dryden, Cowper, Sholloy
Goethe, Pope, Schiller, Joana Baillie,
Byron, Tennyson, Longfellow and Whit-tier.
This class of noso exhibits a
straight outlino in tho descent from tho
forehead to tho tip, and this form is characteristic
of most writers of elegant literature.
Perhaps tho most massivo noses aro
found in tho countenances of astronomers
and philosophers. Among astronomers
noto tho following: La Grango, Do
Eulor, Haller, Herschol aud Proctor.
Philosophers and scientists load tho
world in regard to sizo of nose. -
Nasty Hoard From.
Nasby is happy, The post offis is his. He
closes his account of tho celobration of tho
victory at tho Confederato Cross Roads as
Bascom's ono barl didn't last long. Inez-much
cz it wuz a certain thing that tho Fedrel
offises wood soon bo ours, ho felt it safe to extend
credit to sich ez wood neterally fill them
places, and wo ordered recklisly. I ain't
shoor how much I am in, nor is Bascom, for
ho hadn't tho next mornin tirao to figgor up the
books, hut I think I must hev ordered at least
$G0 wuth myself. Tho credit system is dangerous,
for it is so easy to order when yoo
don't hev to pull tho money out uv ycr pokkit
I don't keer, however. Tho post oflis is
mine and when I am drorin my salery I kin
pay him orf by installmence.
The testivities wuz kep up till day lite, and
tlio heft uv tho Corners slop on his floor, wat
littlo sleep thoy got. It wuz a glorious
uv a glorious event. Half tho toasts
that wuz drunk wuz to the Prohibishnists of
Noo York, whose zeel for St. John enshoored
the oloekshun of Cleveland, and struck a doth
blow nl tho Tcmperanzo fanaticism wich seriously
threatened us even in Kentucky. Out
uy thu fiyo barl uv whisky consoomed, three
uv em wuz to our Prohi'uishn friends. Tho
Worcestershire Sauce, Fruits, Jams,Cream Tartar,
Soda, Spices, Etc., Etc., Etc.
S?7o have also just received an asst. ofi3
Bleached & Brown Cottons
27 to 30 inches wide ;
Fancy Prints, BIuo Denims,
Canton Flannels, Men'a, Women's and
Ohildrons' Boots and Shoes, sizes nnl
Styles adapted to this market;
A LARGE FHESH ASSORTMENT OF
Crockery and Glassware, Oos, Picks, Shovels,
Plantation and Mechanics' Tools
i H-P and C H-P.
ONE SPLENDID PIANO,
BY I5KIS&MEAD & bONS.
Gorsago'8 Soap, two qualities, in boxes of 21 Bare
and GO Bars;
Best Welsh Steam Coal
COKE, FLOORING TILES,
103S Ac- &c, 4c.
The fndcreisned, Proprietor of the
STEAM CANDY FACTORY
Desires to inform hi patrons and the public
KE MAS ERECTED
A NEW FACTORY & BAKERY
On a much more citcmrtvcacalc which ia now iu fall
operation, and in complete working order.
Ho Is no-to-Prepared to Manufacture
Prohibishnists and tho rum mills nv Noo
York did tho lriznis. ,
My heart is overflown. It is the fust gleoin
uv sunshine rficv seen' for joars.
PfiTiiOLEttM B. Nasby. Full.
TILUOUGII TICKETS TO THE
VOLCANO axd KETUItN. ru now be had at th
oHeeof tho Inter-Island S. ..I'o. Tonrlets learine
Honolulu per time table of the ' VT. O. IIAI.U' will bt'
landed at Punalun, thence lij Railroad to Panala.
where Horses and Guides will bo in attendance.
Djr this route. Tourists can make the round trip in "
days. living -1 days to visit the Volcano.
TICKETS FCIt THE HOUND THIP, including
Horses, Guide, Board and Lodginc, g(JO.
CCB t'or farther particulars cnquird at the oftlce of
Inter-Island S. N. Co;, Honolulu.
Or lo J. F. JOHDAy. Vqlcaso Hot-!: , 101-'
PACIFIC ftlAIL STEAMSHIP COIBPflHY
For San Francisco,
ti.i: spiEsnin stcausiiii
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday Feo. 15, .
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND !
HIE SIIESI STEAMSIIII'
On or about February 21st, 1885,
For Freight aud Passage, apiily to
10113c It It iCKFELD i CO .Aseuts.
GooiN lor Sliliuneut per .Steamer can mm
uc Stored, Free Clinrsc, In the
Warehouse near the Steamer lVlinrr.
DR. E. COOK WEBB,
OFFICE AND KEblDENCE:
CORNER RICHARD'S & BERETANIA STS.
OFFICE HOI Jib
1037 o 8 to 10. 2 to 4, 7 to 8. 6m
A. II. RASEflflANN,
Blank Book Manufacturer
JLAXK BOOKS OF ALL DEhCKIITIONb
Ruled and Bound to Order
With. Jfeatness aud Dispatch.
03" IJIank Hooks. Marines, Lcal and Newspapers
Hound In various Styles and nt Iteasonatlc Prices -ff
27 Merchant St., (Gazette Building;
1P Honolulu, U. I.
1 2 3 Fort S"t:ret
Cold Drinksfor young & old
Superior Ginger Beer, : 10c. per bottle
Donnolly's Root Beer, : 10c. per bottle
Donnelly's Spruce Beer, : 10c. per bottle
These Heirs are the most pleasant and healthiest
beverage known. They cleanse and purify the blood,
which renders them not only an excellent drink but
good for invalids, and will more readily quench thirst
Ithout producing any deleterious effects.
Candies I Gaudies
Home made Creams and Caramels, all varieties
fresh daily. Finest selection of Imported Candies.
Chase's Celebrated Uoston Lozenzes. finest aromatic
quality in the market XUTS and
Smoke! Smoke! Smoke!
3Iy Manilas aro tho host In tojni, come and jndge for
yourself. American, Havana and Hlnzley'a celebrated
home-made Cigars always on IiandT Chewing and
bmoking Tobacco, cut foil and plnjr. All varieties, ol
Cigjretles at the Forntain.
1026 Ifu Robert Donnolly.
AkA - -
Freeth & Peacock
No. 23 IMuuanu Street,
HONOLULU, H. I.
Wine & Spirit
Offer for Sale at the
Lowest Market Rates
George Goulet Champagne, in.pts. and qU.
Chas. Farrc Champagne, in pts. and qts.
Carlton Frere Champagne, in pts. and qts.
Fine Old Cal Brandy in Bulk.
Pure Virginia White Rye Whiskay.
- Budweiser Lager Beer, pts. & qts.
tare and Wall Selected Stock uf
AlvrayD oa hud anil for Sale at prices that defy eoat
IetitIon. Coantry orders -elicited.
ALL GOODS GUARANTEED
TSLBPUOXS IG. J' 'i- Ij" 383.
P. DA LION
Wo. 92 King Street.
Ouct nioru oIiliIs tin iiatronai. and support ol jo
who for twenty rar kn.w aud
dealt with hint.
Plain Talk Pays Always
I'btbr has for many yean worked tar and rndrai . rtt
to please c very class of Ike enmMulWfmni th. ,, ,.-.
in tho land down to the humMest of the w.rk aj
classes, and he can - ly Hut Juriur that time tu ith
mile an enemy or lii in...,m -. or he tia ,i
put his hand l.i tin. ii as wI! !. '
ins t' si ve honest work, rood material, am! fair aA
!m money aa ever yet was done in the llaiunii I-lands
HAS ALWAYS OX HAND-
Single & Double Harness
Everything Requisite for the Stable.
A FULL M-SK OF
English & Sydney Saddles.
Saddle Cloths, Blanket-, etc., alwjji , u ., ,.
ag What he has not got ho can mak
Visiting San Francisco
v- N KINtf THE
Hawaiian Papers on File
AT TUB OFK1CE OF THE
carl'apcr, Pens. Ink, Directories anu inf i.j .,
Editor & Proprietor
Ji5 "S. T.
rvF TILE DKXOMINATIOXS i
v-' -. caiin luienta, can be parchasrd a.
In any quantity from one to oncthou.as
Bnveiopes. Tenons residing on the other Island'
nocure tnem from tae local Postofllces . linn Um
prd (oreuui reply cards. i.
tfOll JOB- AV'OJUt 2SXECUTKD J !
-. mb acmes styie, eaii a itAASTTBOFe H a
Iron, Shoot topper.
nnd llowb, Enamele Wash Steads,
! Trusses S
& CO K
for Adjusting f BUSSES;
Sts., & 59 Nnuama Sfc;.
f iff (HK . !
Lift and Forco Pnmps, Cistern Pnfnpi, Galvanized
Lead Pipe, Tin Plato, "Water Closets, Marblo Slabs
TjausssnES ! TRUSSES
A Large Invoice of
We Owe Especial FACILITIES
Cor. Fort and Merchant
Hair. We adjudge that his li-
Choicest Pure Candies
Perfumery ! Perfumery !