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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10, I KM
THK OLUB STABLES HOBSK.
Objections Filed to the Appointment
of a Guardian.
In the mntler of tbo guardianship
of Anuio T. K. Parker, n minor,
Samuel 1'ntker, paternal ptaui!
fattier of ttto uiiuor, by his at
torney, Ceril Brown, oltji'Cis to
the appoiuliiiHUt of Jaiikh 1. Dow
att. lUtf maternal grandfather, as
the guardian of t ho minor's pro-
fturty, alleging for roasotis tho fol
owiug: "That tho estato plaiinod to lv
long to tho minor is Hituattf ou tho
Inland of Hawaii aud consists prin
cipally of live dock. That all of
said properly is in tlie.hsud of trus
tee under deed of trust tor tho set
tlement of indebtedness ( existing
prior to tho birlh of said minor, and
that, from tho nature of the utate,
it u ueoes'sary that a youugur per
son, ami ouo who will visit aim care
fully attend to and iupect all the
laiHti and lire stock, should bo ap
pointed. 'Tuat tho stock raugo over an ex
tenivo tract of couutrv, aud tho
traveling otor aud inspectinu will
Hececjardy be the caue of groat
bodily I.tliue. Trial nil of said pro
perly i.i iio.v in the hauds of 1'. C.
Jones and Oodfrey B.'otvu under a
deed of iru;t, Hud that they are
carryiug ou aud mauaxiug aiu buni-ne.-s
in n careful aud baltsfautory
matiiHT, and that until thedebls for
which sai I property is security are
paid there Is iu reality no ueeo-itity
lor the appointment of a gunrdiau.
Ttiat it iu tho Court's opinion a
guardia'i is uce sary, it is suggest
ed that J. U. Carter, Eq., is a lit
aud proper pertou to bo so appointed."
for Prosecution Closed Evi
dence of Over Driving.
Jacob Kumalao and S. Keliiku
wain appeared in tho District Court
today Mid pleaded not guilty to n
charge of "malicious injury iu Hono
lulu on September z.l. iu that they
did at tho time aud placo aforesaid
with reckless disregaul to the rights
and property of others wantonly
aud maliciously beat, drive and kill
a mare, tho property of S. V. Gra
ham, valued at 5200." Five wit
news testified for the prosecution
I hat thev had seen defendauts driv
ing in different parts of the city ou
t o date ment oued, at divers times.
Tney were under tho iufluetice of
liquor and beat the mare unmerci
fuilr. Tho mare, which was named
'Muik," a returned tothe Club
Stable about C o'clock iu tho even
ing, aud had not been in fivo min
utes when she fell down stiff. Dr.
Schuo'der, veterinary surgeon, slated
iu evidence that he had made an
examination of the auimal's inside,
and it was his opinion that the mare
came to nor ueath( tnrougu over
driviug and the beating she received.
Her luugs wero swollen aud there
was no blood in her heart. The
white tiart of the blood was sepa
rated from the red nart, and this"
only occurred in cases of overdriv
ing. S. I?. Graham testified that he
wa owner nf ''Mink," and valued her
at $.'G0. One of defendants told him
that the rig had Iwou stolen by bn
and the latter hd driven it about
during the day.
The -ao lor the prosecution
closed at uoou.
Ml Mf an Co.,
PAHTY AX MOANALTJA.
Ex-Consul in London and Ills
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Damon's chow
der part, iu honor of Mr. and Mrs.
A. liilfuuug,al Moaualiiaycflcrday,
as a ver plcnaut loclal uwnt. A
special train look the guests to and
from tho place. Among thoso pro
scut were the follow iug, besides the
host aud hostess aud thu chief
gucidn: Chief Justice and Mrs. A.
F.. I utlil, Miss J mid, Miss Thome,
Mis.oc Moll Smith, J. B. Athurtou,
C. M. Coolt-, Mr. aud Mrs. L. J.
Levey, Mrs. 1. Ncuuiatiu, Mrs. 1. C.
Jones. Mis. 11. A. 1. Carter. Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Carter, Mrs. Widdillcld,
Miss Pluckier, Mr. aud Mrs. 11. V.
Dillingham, Mrs. J. O. Carter aud
Misses Carter. After a greatly
uujoyed afternoon at thu rustic re
treat; thu party returned to town at
There is uo tdicine so often
needed iu overy homo aud so admir
ably adapted to the purposos for
whFch It is intended, as Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. Hardly a week
paio but somo tuetulter of thu
family has need of it. A toothache
or headache may be cured by il. A
touch of rheumatism or neuralgia is
quieted. Tho severe pain of a bum
or scald promptly relieved aud the
sore healed iu much less time than
when medicine had to be seut fur.
A sprain may be promptly treated
before inflammation sets in, which
insure a euro iu about one-third of
the time other wis required, Cuts
and bruises should receive immedi
ate treatment before tho parts be
come swollen, which cau only be
done wheu l'aiu Biltn is kept ft
hand. A sore throat may be cured
before it becomes serious. A trou
blesome corn may b removed by ap
plyiug it twico a day for a week or
two. A lame back may be cured
nud several davs of valuable time
saved or a pain iu tho side or chest
relieved without ptyiug a doctor
bill. Procure a 50 cent bottle at
ouco aud you will never regret it.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith At Co., Aguuts for tho Hawai
Curbing and Hitching Posts.
A curbing ot Hawaiian stouo has
been laid ou the border of the side
walk ou the uiukai side of the vacaut
lot, at the comer of Bethel aud
Merchant streets. Yesterday em
ployees at the Siatiou erected
wooden posts for thu use of thu
mounted patrolmen, for tethering
their animals. During the afternoon
the Superintendent if Public Works
had thu posts removed, for the rea
son thut they were outside of the
curbiug, and, tccoudly, wooden
Costs aro prohibited. Holes are
lug dug lo day iuside of tho cuib
ing to receive hollow irou posts.
Hurt HU Foot.
Another man is on crutchos. Fred.
llarrUou the coultactor had his foot
severely bruised on Sutiday, beiuu
run over by his South Sea Mauds
sailing cauoe. With the auustauce
of two friends he was iM-aclung the
cauoe after a sail aud got his fool in
thu way. The itieu hud been hurried
by the slk'ht of a shark uear them
while hauling up the cauoe. The
foot was giviug Mr. Harnsou some
pai' this morini . although he wa
attending to the work for Cuuliu's
Til" Government baud will give a
concert at Thomas Square this even
iug, weather poriuiltiug. Folio wiug
is thu program:
Mroli Moilintlnu reach flnuo
Overture Kiiyitioml 'I humus
I'm i aula 'Ilia t'fliu'tw Air CNninc
lUmmijceiicu3 0tVrr.il Uodlrey
It'iiilnbcf nens or Ollunliacl
M ririi Ihellt) Jom No York
Wulu-lJu-ii-ilul i luu Umiuliu ,
Pulka uuuiui V.nl.,v . . .
.Con rat I
. . Cleric
The board of trustuea of the
Queen's Hospital held a epociul
meeting at ll):.'10 o'clock this morn
iug iu tho Chamber of Commerce
loom A proposition by the Govern
ment to be allowed to station a
pumping plant ou thu hospital
grounds was discussed, but nothing
was decided. Further discussion
was continued till a futuro meeting,
wheu tho matter will be fully cou-idercd.
I. J. I.KVKY,
V. U. JJAU.KY,
DAItEK'S STOCK COMPANY,
Thursday, Oct 11th:
"Jim the Penman:'
aturday Afternoon, Oct 13 tu:
'A C011NE11 GHOCKUY"
aturday, Oct 13thi
"C HAULER'S AUNT."
Ilui 1'liiM uiien st ttiv (itllre of I . J.
1 IUJ Ul
Do you renlly m'an it? Is
it n I'ui't that you uiv goinj; t
yivu a ticket t) the Volcano?
Dpcii't it nuko tiny diff. r
ciuc how much I n-iirchn&cV
Thc-o are undoubtedly the
leading que tons of the day.
You would think so if you
kin-w how many tunes we
have aiibWir. d them iu the
lust weok but we never tire
of nnftWcnnir, any and all
questions, our only regret is
i hat we ure unable to iivu one
grand excursion and take all
nor customers to thu Volcano;
there is a way through thut.
everyone cuu get th re
through their dealings with
os. Quick bales unci Small
l'r fits mean Hinply tin-.
Economy to you and if you
will savu tho ditlciviicu be
tween our prices and fancy
prices it won't, be long before
you will rcili.c that judicious
Mining will pay for pleasure
tiips. Kekp Kveuy l'oit
oiiask CiiKCic you fet be
tween now uud Christmas,
a -d if you want to you can
givi thun to some worthy
1 1 'tend
It looks us though the rainy
season has st in and we are
going to make a run on rainy
weal her goods.
Umiiukllas & Parasols,
comoutkuh and blankkts,
front $L up.
Kl,AK!.S & PlANKKL
F.rrKS, SllAAVLS & WoOLKN
GooDr. 'I ho goods aro all
new and just what you need.
Kofi- 1 yu wu,,t to go
to the Volcano? If you do
you htivo just as good a
chance us uny one else
B. P. KIILKTIS & CO.
MMITRD NUV11KK OK BHAIIRa
l "lie H ulti Hull" I'nlWe emixiiy
Tliu Coiiiiiiiy Iiiii Hi'iutlrcil nvshiinilroil
ueri'h nl eiilli'ii I'iMil In I. u nuiiii e ul I'H l' 1!,
Miulli Kiiim, II inll, nlmui iliri" nuilntiH
hiiil iniliM inin lloiiiulun IohIIuk i'lm
liiiil Uiiiiioii lliulmt lor eollui KrowhiK
III gniui, the Mill i onltlnK ol vi rv null u-u
uiul unxtiy wnrk.il A lnrn.i niuiihur ol
nil uui h tvu alrviily licin uhi;rlliuil Ux.
tW .,...! t0j M M0NHUtATi
Usrlwrlulit's lUwk, Almulimit ttrnt,
Tuesday, Oct. 9, 1894.
The attention of the road,
department has been called,
one way or another, to the
"leaning tree of Waikiki."
To persons who ride or drive
to the beach once or twice a
day this leaning tree is a con
stant menace and it occurs to
"old subscriber" as though the
time has arrived when some
thing should be done before
the tree falls into the road and
does some damage. It is hardly
of sufficient value for the owner
to make any objections to its
removal particularly as it can
be done at little or no expense.
The tree may hang in its pre
sent position for a long while
and not do any damage but if
it should fall when horses were
in the neighborhood it is quite
probable there would be a run
away. We've had another invoice
of Porcelain-lined Bath
Tubs suitable for persons who
do not wish expensive articles.
Our stock is now complete in
this line and we can fill orders
for plain or ornamental tubs in
all sizes. We have also a com
plete assortment of Wash
stands, either enamel or Ita
lian march tops.
It is rather amusing, the in
quiries that are made here re
garding the Steel Aermotor.
Some people imagine that, like
other windmills, wind is re
quired to run them. 1 his is a
mistake. All you have to do
is to set the mill going and
the law of gravitation or good
common sense on the part of
the wheel sets it in motion and
keeps it going. We have never
heard of a wheel that will turn
as easy or that will develop the
power shown in an Aermo
tor. This fact makes the
geared mill doubly valuable to
the plantation man, because
besides pumping water it will
saw wood, run a grindstone
and a half dozen other articles,
with one attachment now be
ing evolved in the brain of an
inventor it will be able to run
a newspaper or a government.
There are other windmills man
ufactured, but they are npt
geared mills and consequently
will not do half the work of
an Aermotor. We have all
sizes of wheels and pumps in
stock and can give you water
quicker than you can say Jack
The Pansy Stove has given
better satisfaction than any
iron stove ever introduced in
this country. Our sales in
them have increased largely in
the past six months and indi
cations point to a still greater
demand for what the people
recognize as the best stove on
The rain is causing mud;
mud is next to dirt, cleanliness
is next to an Improved Stone
Filter, and we sell the Filters.
In our business office is a filter
exactly like the kind we sell
except that it is made of glass
so that the entire operation of
filtering is open to the gaze of
the public. The water as it
comes from the tap is of seal
brown color and contains more
liver fluke to the cubic inch
than you can imagine. When
it passes through the filtering
stone it is as clear as crystal and
entirely free from impurities.
The cost of one of these filters
is slight compared with the
benefits derived. If you have
any regard for your family get
an Improved Stone Filter.
LI '"'" f5fg!
Look TI Look
Out IP Out
:fo:r w ies: .a. t ?
For New Stock of Furniture
DHy pxpwted on the "Wilder" and Um "Andww Wrlch"
f" Then Yon Se With Your Own Eyps "1
I-Io:pid S Co.,
ISTo. 74 King Street.
"Tut tat ol Mntral Wafers."
Ituttlcd with Special Cro tor thin uituket, aud
Every Bottle Warranted
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
.A-gents for tlie Ieleizicis.
FVn largf und viiricd stock tho uiiderwignud would iruw
purtiouhir attention to tlw following :
o(iiirmiiiK California Ha, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran.
Middlings Oata, Corn.
In addition to our iiHiial ntoc;k of thcac we are now
carrying WuHhington Bran, Outa and Rolled Barley
Theae are each poHHCHHe.d of Htrong feeding properties and
are. well worth a trial by all intereritod in stock.
Royal and "Cleveland " Baking Powders!
No. 1. Always In huhiH t iowHt uinr
Liverpool CoarHH, 1121b. time
KiikIUIi Unlry, Mb. bag a.
HAM, BACON, CHEESE.
nnrreli and Uall Harrtila.
FolKur'a In Una aud papnra,
A cboloe TarlMy of leading brand.
Htwiiitn Hardwire Co., I'd
OppoilU Hprtckelk' Illock.
307 FORT STREET.
T. MOBTON'S ENGLISH GROCERIES.
OB08SHS fc BLACKWKLL'B ENGLISH GROCERIES.
UBBY, MCNEIL te LIDDY'8 CANNED MBAT&
RICUARDSON (SB BOBBIN'S OANNKD MHATH
Pie, Table and !na
7H and 1Mb. bos
A large variety
A Pack Mule
With a sore back and a load of
stoves is not a bit more miserable
than some Honolulu horse that
has to draw a heavily loaded
wagon with bent Axles. We set
Axles at San Francisco Pr ces.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'6 CO.,
No. 70 Queen Street..
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oornar lPort. Hotel 8ta
From Rectnt Direct Imp.rtttloni
MAWS' TOOTHBRUSHES !
Tho Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps I
a. l.a.:r.gkh3 assortment.
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
LAKGK BTOCIKB OF
I'litiiiiiiiiiii :iiuiiliiii Hardware, Dry Gooox
Crocliflrf, Pmltirt, Bit.. Bii.,
Al.WAYH UN HAND AT MODEItATK IMUUKH.
Theo. H. Davies k Co., L'd.
FINEST IN FLAVOR
Of any imported. Just received by
HOLLIBTEE dc OO,