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THE DAtLY BULLETIN, FEBKUAKY 20, 1895.
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Important Decision Debarring Dis
Courts from Jurisdiction.
Cbiff J tittle J mid is tho authnr
of a unanimous opiulon of th Su
iireuie Conn in a flitch coutrovrv
bstweon Aire. Victoria Ward and J.
Kamanaoulu, being au appoal from ,
tho District Court of Honolulu ou '
points of law. Tho land involved is
situate at Kukulnaeo, Honolulu
Tho east" ii now leeilil in favor of I
defendant, tho appnal by plaintiff !
beintf disinisl. lm syllabus is
In au action in tho District Court,
of Honolulu of trespass yimrc cri
um frrflit, for digitf,' a ditch on
olaintifl'a laud, the dofendant 'ad-
milted tho acts coinplihetl of,
tilnimiuu titlo in himself and pload-
id to tho iurisdiction, deiiyinir titlo ,
of plaintiff" Tho statute, Soul ion ,
10, Judiciary Act of 1892, prescribes '
that district courts shall not have
cognizance of real actions, nor ac-1
tions in which the titlo to real eatate I
shall co mo in quertiou. Held, iu
tho absence of a statute or a rule ro
quiriug more, the plea is sullicient
to oust the District Court of its
The result of tho above decision
will probably lead to a suit ofoject
roont for possession of that portion
of the land claimed br both parties.
W. Foster for plaintiff; Carter and
Carter fer defendant.
Wo herewith present above an excel
lent llkcuces ot llttlo Zoln ISiiour, tho
fllx year old (laughter of Mr. Ollio
Euscr, n inlllincr well known by the
residents of Colfctx, Indlnmi, ami xur
roiiiullng towiiH. The child wattiilUlct
cd with iritis uud was treated without
avail. Finally, a noted phynlulau ml
vlscd Hood's SsnwiiMrallu and good
health now reigns mijuviuu. Head
the following letter:
" Colfax, Ind, Aug. 10, lSOl
"O. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Max. :
"Gentlemen: Anon net of Justice will
for the benefit of other nuithcm wJio, like
myself, mny havo nllllcivd children, 1
wrlto you this letter. Akout tho ilrst of
February, 1892, my daughter -iilu, -.hen
three years old, coiitraaci:d aqir oii t
tho worst form mid In u'tivr wccl:n
Was Entirely Blind
being unablo to tolerate I!);ht of any kind.
Tho littlo one suffered mid cried iinUI I
wan almost ctay and heartbroken. 1 hart
tho best eye specialist In the city of l'ran'j.-
fort, our county town. Ho trcu'.ed her t
for eomo four months, but tho oyes did
not improve, In fact "they became worse.
My friends advised mo to ta):u tho child
to Indlanapolln, and tUnich I felt uh
though I could not well afford the time
and money, an I hnvo to mako my own
living by my personal labor, I conclud
ed to make another effort to novo my
daughter's sight, if it lacdcd mo in tho
poorhoutc. J therefore took my child to
tbo best eye specialist In that city. Ho
examined her cyeH and said that bo could
do nothing for her. I cawo away with a
heavy heart. On tho fourth of July I met
my father's family physician in a neigh
boring village, and ho, at my request, ex
amined Zola's eycsiiiid
Advisor! Mo To Try Hcod's
Sarsaparllla. I went homo and procured
n bottlo at tho drug storo a:ul began to
glvo It as dlrtctcd and wash thi eyci with
warm walcr. Soon I began to note nn
Improvement and now, having given the
child oer a luilf dozen bottle., her tye
arogicatly Improved and hIic can ico n
well r.i any one. fiho iu scarcely sit ytnr
of u:;c, yet I ix it hor to rrhool for a khor:
!frm tlib nutvucr. Whr;i ho liognn to
triiuHoud't! Baruiparillii, sl.o bad to ca
Vr rncnlii In A dirker.cd rooif, hut now
'! !i i.bliil.cyit nt tlio tnblo with tho rist
i ihj family .'" Mes. Oi.ui: lirasn.
Known to Loading CItlions.
"U-.-ar h t: -A'tv hereby certify that w
iru well aeiuai:itcd With 3Irs. Ollio Husc"'
v,-ho mu'coi tho ubovu statcmcnti, and nfi
Tvlth Ltr lllllu girl, ZolJ. Wo hellevo ntu
knowtho tneti to bo tr.iu und correct ii
e.-crypartlwilar as stated. Wo rc-tldo In
Colfax, InuV' Joit:f D. IIucbkr, Trustee
Perry Township; AV. H. Coor, Druggie t.
What tho Doctor Snys:
"Gentlemen: While I do not believe in
piitcnt or liroprictary inrdlclncd and scl-
The Best Coisst In tbe World
for the Money,"
Look at Them !
Try Them On!
And return them if t hoy don't
NEW STEAK LINE
I These 'orsets are made in
style to fit and suit everybody
Dotormincd Fifjht Comlnjr for tho atld tluil pill'SOS.
Oriental Trndo i r)M . P . . . .
i They are -in forty-seven
At tho mutitig of tho executive ,i:pp,.. ,.fi ,i .,,, Iv.
committee of the .Shippers' Aesoci.v , ui"rcnt btyles and range in
tion at Seattle recently, discussion i i)ricc from SI to S5 )Cr pail'.
..... I. ..i .. .1... ..ii,.-..r .....!... lw. L
wua ijau uii uiu uiaiiui ui iiiiij hiiu
Oreat Northern railroad to put on a
lino of China steamers to the Orient,
and the secretary was instructed to
correspond with several other parlies
regarding the matter. Tho associa
tion is working hard for tbo consum
mation oi this scheme anil tho pros
Ask to t-vo the Extra Long
Waist Soxnrttk for S2.25.
They can't be beaten.
If you can't get Corsets
dom prcicrlbo them, jet I want to say
that I know tho statements nvulo by Mrs.
Ollio Buser of Colfax, Ind., to bo true."
JAMKS A. EintnY.MAN, M. D., Darlington,
Hood's Pills act harmoniously wlih Ifood'i
ar jpirllU and are genllo, mllil and eSrctlve.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY, WHOLESALE AGENTS.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to the trade on the most liberal terms their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Furniture $ Hardware,
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines. Liquors, Etc., Etc.
peet is good that something will bo long enough, remember you
accomplished iu tho establishment ' pnn ,,j. .i.., R0mvi."pti.' with
of this lino. In connection with tho i can oct U1C t0mi11, "1U1
new project a San Francisco dispatch ! SIX HOOK-.
"That a determined fight between Should you Want a Corset
amtSsSd tSissacf as i i i r w..alk bone,
Occidental lines, for tho Oriental , get the SOXNKTTK.
UttUD, la auilllL t11 u ui'uit nvvitio
probable Tho Cauadiaa Pacific
agency announces that hereafter a
steamer will arriyo and depart at
Vancouver from Yokohama every
fourteen days, instead of every twenty-one
days, as at presont. Arrange
ments are also beinir made to have a
j connection by the Canadian Pacific
with Hawaii, i be I'acilio aiaii and
Occidental & Oriental lines have
made a combination interchanging i
tickets between San Francisco and '
In a recent editorial the, Salem, !
Oregon, Independent says: "Time '
am again bavo we seeu Chamber-.
Iain's Cough Itomedy tried aud never '
without tho most satisfactory re- i
suits. Wheuever wo see a person
afllicted with horseuess, with a cough
or cold, no invariably advise them
to got Chamberlain's Cough Itemo
dy; and wheu they do, they never
regret it. It always does the work,
and does it well." For salo by Ben-
1 son, Smith & Co., Agents for the
foS" Anyway come in and
J". J". IBO-A-ISr
! Sole Ajrent for the Ila-
, waiian Islands.
(old but use
and hr event so.riou.5
WKIIAVE JUST HEOEIVEI) Kx
14,400 Bottles !
Kzcluslvo Agentii for tbo llawallmi
S S 3 Fort. Street
SOLE AGENTS KOIt
Golden Ostte Flour,
Fort Sc QiaeerL Streets
. . . .
llsi'-ts:3sSBSgSSLiW n SILrSmF a
JUrPiVslLE?ICT PACW ED I M limimtM.
W 'M" HTKr SI dAITIMOa contain mobc i
TWo l WWM SPECIALLY FOB'i ""bPAHDS. M
VssOneTrl&l will pfWe .their nerirMV.-.J
AT .V MEETING OK THE SHAKE
holders of IUbtle .t CdoKi:. I.imitid
held at their otlico this day, lly-laws woro
adopted mid the following ndditloiml olll
cera wcro olectod as (iravlued therein:
Geo r Castlo Vlce.l'rfsuloi't,
J. U. Castle Auditor
The ODIpcm ff tlia Convoration, who alio
constitute the lloird of llltcotorii, are now
J. B. Atherton President,
U. 1'. Cnstlo Viiie-I'rcildont,
E I). Tenney Kecretary,
V. A. llowen .Treasurer,
J, I). Castlo .' Auditor.
E. P. TENNEY.
Secretary Cotle it Cooke. L'd.
Honolulu, H. J , Fell, , IS'.J.'. lai'i-lw
NOTICE 13 HKKEUY GIVEN TO AIL
icrsoils that there are at th Govern
ment I'otihd at llaklkl, Fell. '.'I, 18'., 1
Estray Horeo, viz.:
1 Horrel Horse hrairlcd "K" on left IiUid
leg, white stripe down on forehead,
THE STANDAKD-IIKEU STALMON
" 3ST.XJ T O-R, OVB
And tho Thorough-bred Stallion
Are available this rcami for a limited
number ot Marcs.
Any I'crsou or porsous owning the so anl
mai are rt'iucxira io roina aim lawn uit
same on or Ixifore 1 o'clock noon K ATI) It
II V lln.nl. (1 ILII ..llin.n.1... nut.l ...ln.nl
l.i & , tijuivji t' ifi.'iiiwiviniru pnm nniiuiil
will ha cold at public miction on nald date
and hour. W. KAAI'A,
1.7. St Pound Master.
ADMINISTR AT Olt'S NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING KE
clved letters of Administration of
the Estate of Henri G. McGrew, hereby
makes domand upon nil persons havIiiK
prnp-rty belmiKiui; to m d Estate in de
liver sauio to him Notice is also hereby
given lo a'l creditors of the deceased to
pre-ent tlilr olslms duly autlientlcat'd
within li months fiom this ilnt.
J. O. UAKTKK,
Administrator, 'JtS Merchant strrt.
Honolulu, Jan. .4, Ib'Ji. l.U-lm
Wo also offer Good I'astorace bv
the month or jear. 1AU-Iw
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER & CO., L'd.
THI8 SI'AOE IS
m:. s. UErmr,
Fort Sthket, H. I.
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
bsuuiawa k1611 uu Bi iuui ui i
BTONE.CONOKETE A PLASTEUWOKK
m- COHCBtTI A SriCIALTT "3l
JOHN F. BOWLER.
II1KQ TO NOTIFY MY OLD CUB
turners and the public generally that I
urn now connected with Messrs. W. O.
Peacock & Co,, ami shall bo pleased to re
ceive orders on their recounts. To epbono
10. P. O. Jiox Nil W. S MICE.
HoiinUi'u, Fuji.il. 1813. IMO-w
Fort, near Hotel Sta.
OfiAs. J, McfjAttTiir, Manager.
Popular Braids of Straight Goods
ALWAYS OS HAND.
of every descrip
tion done hy the
HuiLKTlN l'iriir.iKiiiNcj Co , l.ii. First-class
Uoinmerrial Work n Hiwclnlty. Ksllmates
Rtvcu. Orders promptly executed.
'If your tubscription hat expired now
U a Rood timti to renew it.
Try the Great Appctlrer Tn IUonMic
CocKTAit a specialty with this retort.
DKrOT OK TIIK
Famous Wieland Lagor Beor.
H. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Cor. King and Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
Choice Liquors and Fine Boor.
BELL TELEPHONE 4U1.