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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, SEPTEMBER 10, .1890.
OAIID RAILWAY k LAND CO.'S
TO TAKE EFFECT AUG. GO, 180O.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Lea re Honolulu 8:45 1.45 5:3ot
Arrive Ilonoullull 0:49 2:49 6:31?
L IIonoullolt.8:40 10:51 3:51 ....
Arrive Honolulu. .6:44 11:55 4:55 ....
Saturdays and Mondays only.
t Saturdays only. 53-tf
Tuesday. Sept. 9.
Bktne Klikitat, Cutler. 25 days from Ult-
Stmr W G IIall.Sinaerson.from Maui and
Tcesdat, Sept. 9.
Stmr Mikahala. Campbell, for Kauai.
Stmr Likelike, Davies. for Maui.
Stmr Lehua, Clarke, for Nuu and Haka
lau. Schr Kaulilua for Waimea.
Schr Kuby A Cousins, Cousins, for San
Stmr J as Makee, Macauley, tor Kapaa.
Stmr Kaala, Lane, for Waianae.Waialua
UBS Nipsic for San Francisco.
VKS3ELS LEAVINO TO-DAY.
Schr Sarah and Eliza for Koolau.
Stmr Farrallon, Uonifield, for San Fran
cisco and Han Diego at 10 a m.
Stmr Waialeale, Chaney, for Kilauea
and llanalei at 5 p in.
VESSELS IN POUT.
HBMS Acorn. Pollard, from a cruise.
U 8 S Iroquois, Bishop, Samoa.
Bk Wenona, Newcastle, N S W.
Bk Harvester, Delaware.
Ilk Magnat, Faust, Newcastle, N 8 W.
Bk Columbia, Goodman, Fort Ulakely.
Bk Mathilda, Swinson, Departure Bay.
Bk Paul Isenberg, Wolters, Liverpool.
Bknte S N Castle, Hubbard. San Francisco.
Bknte Planter, Dow, San Francisco.
Bktne Discovery, McNeil. San Francisco.
Schr Allen A, bchage, Eureka.
Stmr Farralon, Bonitield, San Diego.
Br ship Blengfell. Irving, Liverpool.
Bktne Amelia, Newhall, Port Townsend.
Bktne Klikitat, Cutler, Ultsady.
Vest els. Wbre from.
Bk Faust New York....,
Bk Birker London
Bk Martha Davis. .Boston
Ship Ecuador Newcastle
HBMS Nymph... Esquimau
Bk Atlanta Port Gamble....
Schr MarthaWTuft.Port Madison. . .
Bk Kamfjord Newcastle
Bark Rd ward May. .Boston..
Brig W. G. Irwin... San Francisco ..
Schr Olga San Francisco..
8 8 Australia San Francisco. Sept 19
RMS Mariposa.... Colonies Sept 20
RMS Alameda San Francisco. Sept 27
Bk Forest Queen San Francisco. .
Bk O D Brvant San Francisco..
Ger ship Henrietta.. Puget Sound...
Bk Ceylon San Francisco..
8 8 Oceanic San Francisco.Sept 11
8 8 China HMk0ng Sept 23
Bktne Klikitat L y.
Bk Charlotte........ Bremen
USB Mohican Auckland
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr AV G
Hall, Sept 9 Mr Wright and wife, E W
Fuller and family. Mrs T C Wills, Misses
Wills, Masters Lino (3), J F Noble,
C Baldwin, Misses ' Marcos (2), Mrs P
Lee and children, Miss Sunter, Miss E
Yates, E C Robins, T Martin, G McDou-
f;all, Mrs Mclntyre, Mrs Zablau, Dr Lind
ey, Mr McWilliams, A Vogel, Sam Kau
hane, M Kauhane. Ah Heen and boy, Ah
C'hee, 1 policeman, 1 prisoner and 8 deck.
From Port Townsend, per bktne Amelia,
Sept 8 Miss Ferguson and Miss Newhall.
For Kapaa. per stmr James Makee, Sept
9 G E Fairchild and 10 deck passengers.
For Nuu and Hakalua. per stmr Lehua,
Sept 9 Mrs Finckler, Miss Finckler, Miss
Lynch and niece and 6 deck passengers.
For Maui, per stmr Likelike, Sept 9
A Borba, V Casta. Thos; Campbell, C R
McVeigh and wife, R W Morris, A Young,
Wy Alan, C A Heffernan, Dr Geo Herbert,
wife and child. Misses Dowsett (2), Miss
Lemon, Hon J W Kalua, four other cabin
and 103 deck passengers.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala. Sept 9
P Peck, 8 Peck, Mrs Devlin, Mr Tregloan,
ii H McLain. Miss Hart. H Gunn, C I)
Loveland, Ralph Wilcox, Ah Wai and 40
The barkentine Klikitat, Capt. Cutler,
arrived yesterday, 25 daj?s from Ultsady,
with the following cargo: ti01,G02 feet lum
ber, 48.250 shingles and 20 spars. Total
The steamer W. G. Hall brought from
Maui and Hawaii, September 9, 221 dry
bides, 20 head cattle. 4 bags coffee, 128 bugs
awa, 1 horse, 2 donkeys and 120 pkgs. sun
dries. LOCAL AND GENERAL.
An office boy 19 wanted.
Capt. Irving of the Blengfell has
a notice elsewhere.
Mr. A. O. Wood, a well known resi
dent, desires employment.
Claims against the Honolulu Arion
Picnic should be handed to Mr. M.
The barkentine Klikitat brought
twenty spars, each ninety feet long
and twenty-two inches diameter.
The Farralon sails for San Fran
cisco et 10 o'clock this morning. The
mail closes at the Post Office at 9
There will be a meeting of the
Committee of Arrangements for the
Honolulu Arion Picnic to-night at
7-30 at the Hall.
A meeting of the Ewa Plantation
Company will be held at three
o'clock this afternoon at the office of
Messrs. Castle & Cooke.
The W. G. Hall brought the news
of the death by drowning of Mr.
James Turnbull, sugar boiler, at
Naalehu Plantation, Hawaii.
A bottle of kerosene oil on fire
near King street bridge caused an
alarm to be rang from the central
tower about 7:30 o'clock last evening.
There will be a people's excursion
to Ewa Plantation on Saturday, giv
ing a fine chance to get out in the
country and get a whiff of pure air.
Time table in another column.
THAT MASS MEETING.
About Two Hundred od fifty IrD
A.neiuMe on Plre Square. "Vrrjr
Posters around town announced
a masa meeting at Palace Square last
evening with regard to the calling of
a constitutional convention. It was
held, and about two hundred and
fifty people, including women and
boys, assembled. It looked as if they
were there more out of curiosity
than anything else. There were
ten speakers, but very little en
thusiasm was aroused among those
present. If it bad not been for
a few amusing remarks by Wm
"White at the tail end, it would have
been a very tame meeting.
James Quinn a kind of opened the
meeting, but he was very brief. An
alarm of fire scattered the people
somewhat. J. Kaulia was called on to
speak, and then J. M. Kaneakua. He
said the Legislature was the only
power that could call a constitutional
convention. If they could change
the constitution in America, why not
in Hawaii? Messrs. J. K. Kauna
mano and L. P. Kanealii made re
marks in Hawaiian which were not
John E. Bush said they proposed
to have a new constitution, one that
every man, woman and child (?) in
the Kingdom had a voice in. He
would like to see the judge who
could base his opinion on the pres
ent illegal constitution. A voice
You were elected under it. It was
framed by a handful of men, a lot of
robbers, who have robbed you of
your rights. They ought to be hung
everyone of them. It was framed
by a handful of missionary lawyers.
These men are lousy with dollars
and that is all they care about. We
want to get a new constitution in a
legitimate way. It would not be
right to give any power back to the
King, and he Bhould not have any
thing to do with votes.
Jos. Nawahi said Moses went
through the Bed Sea and came out
all right. If this did not come in
the Legislature there would be
something outside. The opinion
would grow until they succeeded. It
was the missionary party that turn
ed in the false alarm of fire, so as to
take people away from the meeting.
With regard to the Mechanics Union
that had called the meeting, Noah
was the first mechanic. He helped
to save the world. If it had not
been for that large ship we would
not have been here to-night. God
advised Noah to call his sons to
gether and hold a convention. They
asked for a new constitution, and
God gave them one it was the ark,
and the sign was a rainbow in the
clouds. God is still alive and we
will have a new constitution for the
Kobt. W. Wilcox spoke in Hawaii
an, lie said he was the nrst to re
fuse to have anything to do with
the present Constitution. (A Voice
You were also elected under it.) If
any National Reformer votes against
this conventional bill he should be
torn to pieces, from limb to limb.
They would be considered rebels, be
they Noble or Representative. The
present Constitution was gained
through a rebellious act. The
opinions of the Supreme Court
amounted to nothing. You people
made the King, and if you say so to
night he could no longer be king.
They say there are only twenty-two
National Reformers. Where are the
Ministers? They promised a Ha
waiian from Maui a position in the
Post Omce, but deceived him and he
has gone home. They ought to be
annihilated they are not capable of
doi t anything. If the Nobles and
Representatives elected on this
island don't vote for this enabling
act, they ought to be spat on by
every native. A vote of want of
confidence is ready, but if the Minis
ters vote for this they will be saved.
One day the Ministers are National
Reformers another Reformers. They
are like Judas, and not fit to clean
horse shoes. He formed his opinion
of the Ministers the first day they
sat in the House, Unless the en
abling act was passed, they would
hang on with this Legislature until
the next one. We Hawaiians must
stand together and if there is
trouble we will make trouble and
follow it to the bitter end.
Kiha of Koloa spoke, followed by
Wm. White, who made all who un
derstood Hawaiian, laugh. The
meeting was over about 9:30 o'clock.
Departure of the 'IpBic.
The U. S. S. Nipsic, Capt. Felix
McCurley, weighed her anchor yes
terday afternoon, and left the harbor
punctually at 3 o'clock for San
Francisco, amid cheers from the
crews of the Iroquois and Acorn.
Her homeward bound pennant was
flying gaily to the breeze. The tug
Eleu with the Hawaiian band and a
number of ladies on board accom
panied the vessel beyond the Bell
buoy. The crew of the departing
vessel climbed tne rigging and gave
three farewell cheers. The Nipsic
will reach the Coast in about two
Tuesday, Sept. 9.
Chin Yun was fined 9 with $1
costs for assaulting a native woman
by throwing stones at her.
Three drunks were discharged and
two Chinese charged with having
opium in possession were let go.
Supreme Court At Chambers.
BEFORE JUDD, C. J.
Tuesday, Sept. 9.
Kilauea Sugar Company vs. Chris
tian Bertelmann. Specific perform
ance. Being heard. F. M. Hatch
for plaintiffs. Paul Neumann for
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian
(Continued from firat pagev.
tate therein, or authorized by such
power to act in the premises, may,
upon a breach of the condition,
give notice of his intention to fore
close such mortgage, by publication
of such notice in the Hawaiian and
English languages for a period of
three consecutive weeks, before ad
vertising the mortgaged property for
sale; and also give such notices and
do all such acts as are authorized or
required by the power contained in
the mortgage; and he shall within
thirty days after selling the property
in pursuance of the power, file a
copy of the notice of sale and his
affidavit setting forth his acts in the
premises fully and particularly in
the office of the Registrar 01 Con
veyances in Honolulu. The affida
vit and copy of the notice shall be
recorded by the registrar witn a
notice of reference thereto in the
margin of the record of the mort
gage deed if recorded in his office."
As to the notice of intention to
foreclose, it appears that the notice
was published in the Hawaiian and
English languages for three conse
cutive weeks, the first publication
being on the 13th of August, 1889,
and the last on the 3d of beptember,
1889, and after being further adver
tised by posters, the land was sold
at public auction on the 9th day of
September, 1889. The fact that the
mortgagee in the same advertise
ment, also gave notice that after the
expiration of three weeks the mort
gaged property would be advertised
for sale at public auction on the 9th
day of September, 18S9, cannot in
any way affect the notice of inten
tion to foreclose. The statute fixes
three consecutive wecks as the time
for advertising notice of intention to
foreclose, but is silent as to the num
ber of times notice of sale shall be
published. Under this state of facts,
I find that the mortgagee has com
plied with the statute in regard to
the required publications.
The next question is in regard to
the affidavit of foreclosure and sale.
The object of filing this affidavit can
only be, that it may appear of re
cord that the requirements of the
statute has been complied with. The
statute does read "he (the mort
gagee) shall within thirty days
file a copy and
his affidavit setting forth his acts
." There is a similar provision
made for the filing of answers in
civil actions. Section 1106 of the
Compiled Laws reads: "It shall be
incumbent upon every defendant
served with process of summons as
hereinbefore provided, within the
time to file with the clerk of
the Court an answer to the plaintiff's
An answer is rarely if ever filed
by the party defendant, but is filed
by his or her attorney and is held to
be sufficient, if it is done for and on
behalf of the party defendant.
In this case the affidavit is made
by William R. Castle who deposes
and says, "he is attorney for the
mortgagee that on behalf of the
mortgagee he did foreclose
did advertise notice of intention
to foreclose and of sale as required
by law ." The affidavit sets
forth his acts in the premises fully
and particularly. It also appears
that the affidavit was filed in the
Registrar's office on the 10th day of
September, 18S9, the day after the
sale, and was therefore within the
thirty days required by law.
I am of opinion that the affidavit
of William R. Castle attorney for
the mortgagee is sufficient, and that
the requirement of the statute has
been complied with: If there was
or is any doubt as to the authority of
Mr. Castle, it is entirely removed by
the affidavit of William Dean, the
mortgagee, filed in this case, record
ed in Registrar's office Gth Jan
uary, 1800, as follows:
In the matter of the foreclosure,
Kualaau to Wm. Dean.
"Oahu:ss. William Dean, being
duly sworn, deposes and says: That
he is the mortgagee named in a cer
tain mortgage made by Kualaau and
others to him, dated 29th day of
December, 1884, recorded Liber 92,
page 377, and that said mortgage
was foreclosed for default in payment
of interest ; that William R. Castle
acted as his attorney in the matter
and attended to all of the business
in connection with said foreclosure;
that he is the attorney for all of the
mortgages and investments of said
William Dean, made by him, the
said William Dean, and attends to
collections of interest and foreclos
ures for non-payments; and that he
verily believes that in all respects
said mortgage was duly foreclosed
in accordance with the law as set
forth in the affidavit of foreclosure,
duly filed and recorded in Liber ,
page . And further, deponent
saith not. William Dean
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 2d day of January, 1890.
Nellie M. Lowrey,
(seal) Notary Public.
The mortgagee's deed prepared by
petitioner does not conform to the
affidavit of foreclosure, but that can
be rectified, as the sale has not been
The plaintiff not only has all the
title of the mortgagees, but has quit
claim deeds from the mortgagors.
The bill is dismissed with costs.
C. L. Carter for petitioner; W. R.
Castle for defendant.
June 5th, 1890.
LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against the Honolulu Arion Picnic are
requested to hand the same to ilr. M.
riAPTAIN RICHARD IRVING OF
w the lriti.h ship lllengfeil will not be
resjMn.sible for any debts contracted bv his
crew without his written order. Cl-3t
BY A. O. WOOD (l.ATE WITH H. H.
Williams & Co., Furniture Dealers),
with some firm ad teamster and delivery
man; is a good drnrer, understands the
care of horses, harness, etc.; is well ac
quainted with the city; understands the
Hawaiian language; steady ana temperate
habits. Address A. O. Wood, General
Postoffice. Honolulu. 61-3t
In the Supreme Court of the Haw?
fN THE MATTER OF WONG SHIN,
J- doing business as WONG YEE KEE,
against whom a petition for adjudication
was tiled on tne....aayoi isa..
in said Court. In Bankruptcy. Before
Chief Justice Judd.
The 8th dav of September, 1890.
U pon reading the said petition, and upon
proof before me taken. 1 do find that the
said Wong fehin has become a bankrupt
within tne true intent and meaning ot tne
Act, approved on the 28th day of August,
1S8I, entitled " An Act to regulate Pro
ceedings in Bankruptcy in the Hawaiian
And 1 do hereby declare and adjudge
him bankrupt accordingly.
And I do further order that the creditors
of the said bankrupt come in and prove
their debts before such Justice of the Su
preme Court as shall be sitting at Cham
bers, at Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, on
MONDAY, the 15th day of September,
181X), between the hours of 10 o'clock in the
forenoon and noon of the said day, and
elect one or more Assignee or Assignees of
the said bankrupt's estate.
And that notice thereof be published in
the Daily Advebtiseb newspaper three
times, published in Honolulu, in the Eng
And that the said bankrupt shall imme
diately file with the Clerk of this Honor
able Court a schedule of his creditors and
assets, as required by the said Act.
A. F. JUDD,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Attest: Alfeed W. Cartes,
Second Deputy Clerk. G0-3t
MRS. J. E. WARD,
Cor. Likelike St. and Palace Walk. 56-2w
A NURSE TO TAKE CARE OF AN
elderlv nerson. Address P. O. Box Z.
New Model Lunch Rooms!
ATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
all persons that during my temporary
absence from the Kingdom, Mr. Li Cheung
will act for me under full power of at
torney. GOO KIM.
Honolulu, Sept. 2, 1890. 65-4t 1339-2t
Oak College and Punaliou Preparatory
WILL OPEN MONDAY, SEPT. 8th.
CyTuition SI per week. Board for
girls, rooms furnished, $5 per week: for
boys, rooms unturmsned, f 1.60.
Ihe new f resident. F.J. Hosmer. and
Prof. J. Q. Wood are expected by the Aus
tralia Sept. 19. THOS. L. GULlCK.
1339-1 1 59-5t President pro tern .
IJR. WALTER M. GIFFARD WILL
act for me under power of attorney
during my absence from this Kingdom.
WM. G. IRWIN.
Honolulu, H. I.. August 29, 1890.
MRS. ERNESTINE GRAY,
Teacher of Piano, Organ and Singing.
Studio Eagle House Cottage. 55-m
MR. OSCAR HEROLD BEGS TO AN
nnuncA that he is readv to rpceive
Pupils on the Piano and Harmony. For
terms and hours apply at residence No. 73
lieretania street next to raiianou f repar-
atorv School. 56-2w
GO TO THE
Book, News and . Stationery Store
106 FORT STREET,
AND GET ONE OF THOSS BKACTI FCL
For 60 Cents.
A SEW ARRIVAL OF
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WILL GIVE ESTIMATES FOR
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OSrAddress P. O. Box 479, Honolulu,
H.I. 139 1327-3m
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it f. The Al Steamship
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For Freight or Passage, apply to
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36-m Fort St., (over A. L. Smith's).
40 Head of Mules !
Just arrived per bktne. Planter, from San
Francisco, in good condition, and can be
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For further particulars enquire of
S. I. SHAW,
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52-2w Hotel Stables.
181 FVrt Street.
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TS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL TER
sons that at a meeting of the share
holders of PAAUHAU PLANTATION
CO. (L'd.), held on the 1st day of August,
isyu, it was voted to accept the Charter of
Incorporation dated July 24. 1890. and
granted to them and their associates and
successors under the corporation name
and style of PAAUHAU PLANTATION
COMPANY. (LIMITED). And that the
Corporation under said Charter was duly
organized, and elected the following named
President Wm. G.Irwin
Vice-President Claus Spreckels
Secretary & Treasurer. . . W. M. Giffard
Notice is also given that pursuant to the
terms of said Charter, no Stockholder
shall be individually liable for the debts of
the Corporation, beyond the amount
which shall be due upon the share or shares
owned or held by himself.
W. M. GIFFARD,
36-lm Sec'y Paauhau Plant. Co., (L'd.)
ANDERSON & LUNDY,
from one to an entire set in
serted on gold, silver, allum-
mum and rubber bases.
Crown and bridge work a specialty. To
persons wearing rubber plates which are a
constant source of irritation to the
mouth and throat, we would recommend
our Prophylactic Metal Plate. All oper
ations performed in accordance with the
latest improvements in dental science.
Teeth extracted without pain by the use of
Nitrous Oxide Gas.
9" Hotel street, Tregloan premises.
Election of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of the Hilo Suga Co.,
held at the office of Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
(L'd.), September 8, 1890. the following
officers were duly elected for the ensuing
Wm. G. Irwin President
John D. Spreckels Vice-President
W. M. Giffard.. Secretary & Treasurer
H. M. Whitney, Jr Auditor
W. M. GIFFARD,
Land For Sale.
A PIECE OF LAND SITUATE
at Kulaokahua, District of Kona,
Island of Oahu. lvine alone maukti
side of Beretania street, between Mrs.
Howe's place and Napoleon's. This is a
suitable piece of land for residence, having
wooden houses thereon.
D"Furtr er particulars can be had of
S. M. Kaaukai, over Bishop's Bank.
Honolulu, Aug. 6, 1890. 1335 31 -2m
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY
warned against shooting or trespassing
on the lands owned by me in the District
of Waipio and Waikele, Ewa, and on the
land of Waikakalawa, held by me under
lease. All persons so shooting or trespas
ing will be prosecuted to the full extent of
the law. C. A. BROWN.
Honolulu, Aug. 29, 1890. 52-2w
UNION ICE COMPANY.
AT AN ADJOURNED ANNUAL
meeting of the Stockholders of the
Union Ice Company, held Friday, Sept. 5,
1890, the followiag officers were elected for
the ensuing year:
President Dr. J. S. McGrew
Vice-President S. M. Damon
Manager L. C. Abies
Seeretary and Treasurer. .J. II. Fisher
Auditor H. M. Whitney, Jr
Directors Dr. J. S. McGrew, S. M.
Damon, L. C. Abies. J. II . Fisher. H. M.
Whitney, Jr., F. M. Hatch, J. H. Paty.
J. H. FISHER,
Honolulu , Sept. 8, 1390. 55K!w
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