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6. BREWER & CO., LUIITED
Queen Street, Honolnlu, B. J.
AGENTS FOR
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Onomea
8agar Co., Honoxna Bngar Co., Wailoka
fragaxCo., Walhee Bngar Co., Makee
Sugar Co., Ilaleakala Ranch Co., Kapa
pala Bancfa.
Planters' Line Ban Franciaco Packeta.
Ohaa. Brewer A Co.'i Line of Boston
Packets.
Agents Boston Board of Underwriters.
Agents Philadelphia Board of Under
writers. L.I8T or OFFICERS:
P. C. Joins President
Gxo. H. Bobx&tsok Manager
E. F. Bishop Tres.and 3ecy.
Col. W. F. Allkx Auditor
O. M. Coou. )
H. Watxbhoubb. .. ... .Directors
O. L. Cabtkb )
TBE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT
AND-
IN VESTMENT COMPANY,
HOHOIXLU, U. I.
Have Safe Deposit Boxes of various eizes
to rent by the month or year.
Slocks and Bonis Bought and Sold
AGX2TT8 FOB
gun Jnsaranre Office of London.
AGISTS FOB
Great Northern Hallway.
Sold to All I'olnt.
Ticket
AGENTS FOR
rhe Hawaiian Land and Iuiiroe
ment Company (Limited).
Borneo! the finest Coffee and Fruit
Land on the Wands for sale upon ivery
favorable terms.
The Hawaiian Investment Co,
BEAL ESTATE
-AND-
iio.AJsrs.
FOR SALE.
Desirable Property in all parts of the
City.
Four Houses on Punchbowl street at
bargain.
A 4-acre Lot at Makiki.
TtH 4 and 5. Block 25, Pearl
City.
A2K-acre Lot at Kali hi.
Residence at Kahhi with barn, pig
MnM an d chicken cood. 120x10 : suitable
for a Chicken Ranch.
13 and 15 Kaahumanu Street
TeleDhone 639. Near Postoffice.
Castle & Cooke L'd.
LIFE .AND FIRE
AGENTS FOR!
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company
OF BOHTOW.
Ctna Fire Insurance Company
OF HARTFORD.
HONOLULU
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY !
W2
W.W. WRI GHT,
Proprietor.
Carriage -: Builder
ANP KEPAIliER.
All orders from the other islands
In the Carriage Building. Trimming and
Painting Line, will meet with prompt
attention.
O. BOX 321.
HQS. 128 AND 130 FORT STREET
3863-y
Massage.
4,1 R'J. TRAY WOULD ANHOUHOB
lYI tht sha will attend a limited num-
hnt of DtU&nts. Aidresa at II. M.
Whi!3ZBjn$ Klnf rt. ; Bell Tmltpbxsa 75.
INSURANCE
AGENTS
i " 7. rr,-, Ti : - x i iiiiinn nr urn tii iirrnitn l
DR. R. I. MOORE
DENTIST,
Office hours : 9 a. m. to 12 h.
and 1 r. u. to 4 p. m. 3860-1 m
M. E. Grossman, D.D.S.
DENTIST,
9? HOm STREET,
S. NISH1TV1URA,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
DEALER IN
Japanese Provisions, Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods, Etc.
PRICES VEICY MODERATE.
Foster Block, Nuuanu Street.
New Goods
A FINE ASSORTMENT.
TILES FOR FLOORS !
And for Decorating Purposes ;
MiTrraa or all Kikds,
Maktla Cioabs.
WING WO CHAN & CO.
No. B8 Naaaau
3851-q
F. W. MAKINNEY,
TYPEWRITER,
CoDYeyancer and Searcher of Records
FIRE. LIFE AND
Accident -: Insurance.
All kinds of Typewriting done, promptly,
cheaply and accurately.
ALSO
GENERAL COLLECTOR.
'OFFICK : 318 FORT 8TRKET 3S4S-tf I
WM. L. PETERSON,
Notary :-Public, -: Typewriter
AND COLLECTUK.
Office : Over Bishop & Co.'s Bank.
3818-y
DR. J. UCHIDA,
Physician and Snrjieon.
no. s, kukui lane.
I Office Hours: S to 12 a. m. and
2 to 8 p. m.
Mutual Tel. 532.
HONOLULU IB0N WORKS CO.,
Steam Engines,
Boiler. Bnrar Mill, Cooler, Er
and Xead Caatlnir,
And machinery of every description made
to order. Particular attention paid to
ships blacksmithins. Job work ezcuted
on the shortest notic.
LEWERS & COOKE,
IBucceesors to Lewers & Dickson.
Importers and Dealers in Lumber
And all Kinds of Building Materials.
NO. 83 JrOKT HTREKT, HONULULU
P.O. Box 3S6. Mutual Tel. 544.
M-YD COMPANY, LIMITED,
commission Mercimnts
I Yf PORTERS AND BKALSB8 IK
.In ram PSA PrOvisiOnS
rvv .
AHD GE5EK1L MERCHIKDISS,
411 KINO STREET,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
ew Goods br every steamer.
JENNIE L. HILDEBRAND, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician,
HOTEL. STREET,
Oppoeit Y. M. C. A.
J7"0ffice hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and 2
to 4 p. m. Mutual Telephone No. 610.
3338 3m
C. J. WHITNEY,
Teacher ot Klocxatiorx anti Dra
matic iVrt,
Arlington Hotel.
3S84-lm
S. T. ALEXANDER. H. P. BALDWIN.
ALEXANDEK & BALDWIN,
Commission Mercliants
No. 3 California st., Ban Francisco.
fiXIIsland orders promptly filled.
3897-Cm
A. PERRY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Notary Public.
Office: Over Bishop's Bank.
3692-ly
WILLIAM C. PARKE,
ATTORNEY -AT -LAW
Agent to t k. Xeknowladgmtnu.
Orrioa No. 13 Kaahumanu Street, Hono-
luin, ii. l.
GONSALVES & CO,
Wholesale Grocers and Wine
Merchants.
225 Queen Street, Honolulu, H. I.
H. MAY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
98 FORT STEKET.
Telephones 22. F. O. Box 470.
3450-y
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
nARD"WARE,
Cutlery and Glassware
30? Fort Street.
3575-ly
BEAVER SALOON,
FORT 8TBKET, OPPOSITE WILDER A CO.'S
II. J. NOLTE, "Proprietor.
First-class Lunches served with Tea, Cof
fee, Soda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk.
"OPEN FROM 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. M.
Smokers' Reouisites a specialty.
WM. F. THRUM,
SURVEYOR.
Room No. 11, Spreckels' Block.
3859-6m
LEWIS & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
111 FORT
STREET,
P. O. Box 297
Telephone 240.
CONSOLIDATED
Soda Water Works Company, Limited
Espl&n&de, Corner Allen md Fort Sts.
HOLLISTER & GO..
3710 155H-ly Agents.
M. W. HcCHESNEY & SONS
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND DSALSBS IN
Leather and Shoe Findings
HONOLULU.
AfT'KNT Honolulu Romp "Work Co.
4maiw II on nlnl ii Tmnnerv.
H. HACKFELD CO.,
General Commission Agent
Cor. Fort andJQueen r ts.. Ilorolnln.
T. e. lindsay,
Manufacturer af Katire Jewelry
I DIALBR IN
Ported Jewelry,
Gold and Silverware,
Diamonds, Etc
Jost the things suitable for the holidays
I so8 aiICRCrLA.NX 8T
Between Fort ana Kaanumana streew
Superintendent Meyers' Work Is
Appreciated By the Members.
A CHINESE MOMAN PHYSICIAN. I
She Baa a Diploma From an American
College Iter. F. W. Damon Prtliei
Her Three Applications ForFoaltlons
Henry Tread way to Return In April
The first meeting of the Board of
Health since the second day of
January was held yesterday after
noon, with President Smith in the
chair. An application from a Chi-
neee lady named Mrs. Da Silva waf
a ov. -1 3 e ! V t
rcueiveu. duo aeseu iur a licence
to practice medicine. The diplomj
was exhibited.- It was issued by an
American college. The following
letter was read :
W. O. Smith, Esq., President of the
Board of Health, Honolulu, H. I.
Dear Sir I, the undersigned,
having recently arrived in Honolulu,
and desiring to start in medical prac
tice, do hereby make application to
the local Board of Health for a license,
presenting my diploma for inspection,
and since a guarantee of character is
also required, a note from the Rev. F.
W. Damon.
I may explain, that haviug been
married since receiving my diploma I
desire to be registered under the name
of Yamei Kin Eca da Silva.
Respectfully,
Y. Kin Eca da Silva.
Honolulu, Feb. 6, 1895.
Rev. F. W. Damon writes as fol
lows :
Hon. W. O. Smith, President of the
Board of Health.
Dear Sir: It affords me mui
Dleasure to state that both Mrs. Damo!
and I am personally acquainted with
Mrs. Dr. Da Silva, and regard her as
being: a lady of true Christian cnarac
ter, of nnnsual culture and refinement
and superior attainments in ber pro
fession. Her foster-parents, Dr. and
Mrs. McCarter, are also esteemed
friends of ours. It is a source or much
satisfaction to us that she proposes
remaining here, and we believe that
she will be able to greatly aid not only
the women and children or ber own
nationality, but others as well. "We
rejoice that a Chinese lady has proved
that she is able so thoroughly to ac
quire the training of our Anglo-Saxon
civilization, and to a degree that
would be a credit to any American or
English woman.
Trusting that the Board of Health
will afford this cultured lady every
opportunity of practicing her profes
sion in these islands,
I remain, dear Sir,
Very respectfully yours,
Frank
Damonj
February 6, 1895
elt
Mrs. Todd, who was recently s
to the leper settlement, asked per
mission of the Board to return to
the Kalihi station for treatment.
No action was taken.
The Board authorized President
Smith to confer with Bishop Gul
ston regarding additional help for
the settlement. The assistance of
a few more brothers and sisters is
required.
Dr. Monsarrat, J. F. Clay and
Charles J. Whitney applied for po
sitions under the Board.
Dr. McGettingan applied for the
position of government physician
at Koolau, this island. Action was
deferred until he returned from
Kauai.
The pecretary was instructed to
write a letter to Superintendent
Meyers expressing the Board s ap
preciation of his services in handl
ing the Kuleana matter at the
settlement.
Dr. EraerFon read a letter from
Henry G. Treadrray, in which he
accepts the position of superin
tendent of ton experimental sta
tion, which is to be opened at Ka
lihi. Mr. Tread way is now in
Jspan. He will rurn in April.
Military Court Cases.
As soon the ca.-es against the
twenty-one native? no v being tried
for treason are di-po? -i oi iue
Military Curt Kai'nim ku, a fish
market peddler charged vith mis
prision of treason, will bt- unsign
ed. This parv an ac ive par
ticipant iu the Wilcox revolution.
Tim oi rxf mis:rifim bHinst
Junius Kaaeai.'i wife will likely
follow, and at 'hrir termination L.
V. Ashford will called for trial.
Mr. Kinnev will re?ume the
duties of Judge-Advocate m con
nection with the trial of tl.e-e
three caf!.
SOME ARE V1LLI1IG TO DEPART.
More Political Prisoners Released
Yesterday on That Condition.
MOKE WILL, LIKELY FOLLOW SUIT.
John ldin. h H. KedvTarU and Fred
Hmrrison Re(la Their Liberty
Will Settle Up Their Interests and
Go Ilence by the xt Australia.
During the past three days there
has been a thinning out of the polit
ical prisoners at the reef. Yester
day John Radin, F. H. Redward
and Fred. Harrison were allowed
liberty on their own recognizance.
It is understood the men have
agreed to leave the country by the
next Australia. They concluded
to depart rather than stand trial.
Sufficient time will be allowed the
men to straighten up their affairs.
Radin is a Swede, unmarried,
and has been in the hack business
for some years. He is worth at
least $30,000, most of which is in
cash.
Fred Harrison and F. H. Red
ward are both Englishmen and
contractors. Harrison has consid
erable property ia the islands, is
married man and has a family.
A number of others now under
arrest are said to have been given
the option of leaving or remain
and undergo a trial. Of those who
refused the proposition were Nick
Peterson and' Manuel Reis. Reis
is the owner of a number of hacks
and has besides much valuable
roperty.
Peterson is not very well blessed
with this world's goods, hut owns a
hack -and has a comfortable home
in tne city. xie nas a large
. M ww i
family.
J. C. White, A. P. Peterson,
Charles Creighton and Edmund
Norrie are mentioned as among
those who will probably be released
shortly, if they accept the privi
lege of departing for other climes.
The men will not be allowed to
return to the islands until permis
sion is granted by the Minister of
Foreign Affairs.
1 i
Japanese Cutting Scrape.
A Japanese named Mori was the
victim of a rather serious assault
last night at the hands of Hoshina
and Arai, two of his countrymen.
It seems that Mori was indebted to
Hoshina and Arai, who are pub
lishers of some Japanese paper,
and they went to the home of the
former on Kukui street to collect
the amount. While there hot words
were exchanged between the par
ties, and according to the story of
the complaining witness, Hoshina
and Arai attacked Mori and violent
ly threw him through a window,
cutting his face and hands badly.
Hoshina is employed in the Cus
tom house. He was released last
night on $500 bail furnished by Ki
mura. The other defendant is still
locked up.
Want Sheriff" Williams Removed.
Ever since the arrest of F. M.
Wakefield in Hilo, on the charge of
treason, by Sheriff Williams the
friends of the former have been
working assiduously to bring about
the removal from office of the
sheriff. It is understood that the
Government has been approached
in the premises and a partial prom
ise secured to have the matter com
plained of made the subject of an
official investigation.
Sheriff Williams is at present in
the city, having brought down the
Malay who recently murdered a
Japanese at Kohala, and inciden
tally to give the authorities hi
version of the facts surrounding the
arrest of Wakefield.
Alameda Beet Saar Mill
Dfcoto, Jan. 24. The Alamd
jsugar mill at Alrarada compMfd
its F-aon'H run lat night. Gyra
tion l-can about SptriA,lier 1.,
l.V.M, and ha continued iteadily
Mnc?. Ton output of iuar i larr
than any f?aot i-for a tr atr
aer of b- wa !arr
TUBnY-HVE MTNESOO TRIAL
Host of Them Entered Plea of
Not Guilty.
UlTCniNSON MAKES STATEMENT.
Only On or th Number Kpraated by
Counsel Three Drllned to Plaad
Aralaneh of QatiUont Pxoponnded
y rrloofr-Cn Not Concluded.
It was nearly 10 o'clock before the
Military Commission got fairly settled
d own 10 business yesterday morning.
W. K. Hutchinson's case constituted
the business In hand. Counsel Neu
mann called Andrew Knudsen, mate
of the Waimanalo, as a witness for
defense.
Knudsen testified that he was a
sailor on board Waimanalo; remember
boats that came off; Capt. Davica told
me to get into the boat, and George
Towns end told me to take an oar and
pull. I was told if I didn't take hold
ALFRED W. CARTER, WHO BIS BXJJDEESD
VALUABLE SERVICE TO THE GOVZ3-
. .- ... . MEST ra;rit2?AliptJ .ljldATKSr.
POLITICAL CONSPIRATORS.
(PHOTO BT WILLIAMS.)
and work I would be shot. I saw
Hutchinson on board; we were to
gether in the wheel house. Saw him
talking with Warren and Townsend,
were speaking of overthrow; called
the guns "missionary" guns. Did
not speak to the accused after the
guns were landed; accused said George
told him they were out to smuggle
opium. This was before the guns
were brought on board. Following
Knudsen's testimony the following
statement, signed by Hutchinson, was
filed: The accused admits that the evi
dence of Capt. Davies is correct as re
gards the reason for the prisoner being
on board the steamer Waimanalo
when she went for arms, also that he
had no knowledge of the Intent of the
expedition or the purposes for which
the arms were to be used.
The accused never spoke to, saw
before, or knew either Charles Warren
or George Townsend before that day,
and moat positively ienles any con
versation or conversations with them
or any of them relative to the pur
poses for which the said arms were to
be used.
The prisoner states that he has not
lived in Honolulu and had only ar
rived here on the 22d of December
with intent to purchase an interest in
the steamer Waimatialo, and in pur
suance of that object and as stated by
Captain Davies, went at the said cap
tain's invitation, on the trip with tne
sole purpose of inspection of the ves
sel and her sea-goinp qualities.
The accused desires to most posi
tively state that the reasons for his
not having mentioned anything to
the authorities relative to the landing
of the arms were: First, his belief
that it was a smuggling transaction
and not directed against the direct
safety of the existing Government;
Second, that he had no distinct knowl
edge of the location of the landing;
and, Third, that be was in fear 6t his
life.
In arguing the case Mr. Neunjiann
held that the only ground for convic
tion was furnished by the testimony of
Townsend and Warren and thai, the
liquor on board the Waimanalo doubt
less bad an indirect effect upon the
memory of the wituee. Much trea
was laid on the statement that Hutch
inson bad an idea that he wa poln-on
an opium pmufrgiing ezNiition; be
bad come to tl city with a view f
buy in a part intret in the Waim
nalo, and w. lnvitrd 'Hit on thit trip
by Captain lUvie. While lgnorane
of the law dor not free from srilt,
hl tb man known hUdut he ti bt
have dou diffWrntij. Mr. Neumann
akel the Tourt U dal Jut!y
Ifuirfitly with the prirrr.
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