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THE DAILY MJLLKTIX, FEBRUARY 20. 1895.
1'lnlgcd to ntithtr Sect nor Party,
Jlut Eitablishcd fur the Hen fit nAL
TUESDAY, FED, 2(5, ISid.
Lnto advices from tho Northucat
imlicnto that n Gerco fight for stontn
trallie with the Orimit is on foot,
and that in lh tusMo tho parties
aro Rrabbing for tho Hawaiian por
tion of tho iutor-oooAiiiu tratlic.
Hawaii is not objecting to any fav
ors that wli'nh steamship ownor
may havo to flVr.
To-day our roadots aro givon a
piutty full summary of tho roport of
the Now York Stnlo committee to
investigate tho Now York police. It
is last mouth' iiew., hut our local
nous of last mouth, ntill extending '
iuto our columns in tho shapo of .
stato trials, has caused much inter-,
cstiiif,' foreign hows to bo deferred.
Tho Lsxoiv coiiimittoti's roport, call-1
ed after tho State senator uhopo
resolution originated tho iuvosU-
gatiou, is one of tho most startling
revelations of tho age. It ought to
bo productive of a lesion ho$o in
iluoneo will be worldwide, in show
ing that eternal vigilanco is tho price '
of liberty under any and every form
of government. It proves that there ,
is nothing in high-toned phrases
designating freedom or good govern-1
meut, unless tho majority of tho
governed take to theinsehea tlioir I
power and rulo in behalf of tho gen-
oral good. '
UDIOIAKT JOTTING '
Frobato of the Will of tho Lata John ,
Following aro tho clerk's miuutcs
of hearing, before Judge Cooper, of
potitiou for probate of tho will of
the late John Thomas Watorhouso.
W. O. Smith and A. S. Harlwell
for petitioners. Tho case is called
in open Court, no one appearing to
Mr. Smith roads tho potitiou and
refers to order of notice of hearing
and atlidavit of publication of notice,
and calls as witness 1. H. Keoho.
S. E. Bishop is sworn as Hawaiian
Miss Kato Kelley is sworn as ste
nographer. The following witnesses aro sworn
and testify: A. b. Hartwell, E. H. Di
mond, . O. Smith aud Thos. V.
Mr. Hartwell addresses Court con
cerning attestation clauses.
Tho Court admits the will to pro
bate aud orders letters to issue as
prayed for without bonds (tho will
so directing aud no one objecting),
tho executors to give usual uotico to
The original will was drawn ou
tho 27th of July, 1878, but throe co
dieils havo since been attached to it.
Tho executors appointed wore Elo
anor Watorhouso, his wife, aud his
throo sous to servo without bonds.
In caso of tho death of either tho
others aro to aot aloue.
Decedent nominates aud appoints
his beloved wife, Eleanor Water
house, aud his sous John Thomas
Waterhouse and Henry Watorhouso
and William Waterhouso as execu
tors aud trusteos of his last will and
testament, and direots that no bonds
be required of them and that tboy
bo exempt from tiling iu Court any
inventory of his oslato, and that they
bo exempt and exonerated from auy
liability for any losses not occurriug
by their wilful default.
Mr. Waterhouso left all his lands,
touemeuts aud hereditaments whom
soever situate, with their appurten
ances, unto his wifo, Eloauor Water
house, for her natural life, aud from
anil immediately after the decease
of his wife, to his sous Johu Thomas
Watorhouso aud Henry Watorhouso
as tenants iu common in equal un
divided half parts his homestead
promises ou tho western side of
Ho gavo, after the death of his
wife, to his sou William Watorhouso
his dwelling house aud promises sit
uate in Cedar Rapids iu tho Stale of
Iowa, U. S. A.
All othor proporty of whatever
kind or nature, roal, personal, mixed
or otherwise, was devised to his wifo
for her eoIo use aud benefit. After
her death this latter property was
to bo divided into five equal portions,
one of which was willed to his sou
John Thomas, one to Henry, ouo to
William, one-to his daughter Mary,
aud tho othor to his grandson Wil
liam Watorhouso Dimond andllonry
Dimond. share aud share alike, or
tho whole to tho survivor should one
of them havo previously died. Noith
or of tho graudsons, honuvnr, woro
to reeoivo their portions until attain
ing tho ago of twonty-ouo.
Tho will provides that the execu
tors nittst carry on tho moroantilo
buMiiess. It bears tho signatures of
Alfred S. Hartwell and Lorrin A.
Thurston as wiluesef.
Tho first codicil is dated July 10,
1881, and directs that neitliHr grand
sou i to havo his portion of tho es
tate, until eighteen months after tho
death of thor grandmother, aud
that if ouo dio his portion is to go to
his issue if ho havo auy; failing that
it U to revert to tho general estate.
Tho ei'oad codicil gives tho lot
of land on School street, to Mary
Waterhouso Kiee, wifo of William if.
Uii'o, and to John Thomas Wator
houo certain portions of land in
Xuitnuu Valley occupied by him as
a rcidoneo. This codicil is dated
January 1 1, 1887, and U witnessed by
L. A. Thurston and E. 11. Dimond.
Tho last and important cod it" I
bequeaths to John Thomas and
Henry Waterhoiiho tho propeity
bounded by Queen rtreot ou tho
south, Xuuanu on tho west, Mer
chant on tho north aud Kaahuninnu
on tho eat. To William Water
homo tho property known as tho
I'asHtnorn Conveyance, iu Cedar
KipicK Iowa, consisting of seven
acres. This codicil is dated April
:K), IS'.K), aud i witnessed by W. 0.
Smith and T. W. Hobron.
By LowI J. Lovoy.
SI'ECIAL SALE OF
Japanese Plank & Fruit tan
On THURSDAY, Feb. 28,
AT HI O'ULOOK A. it.,
i war. r.ix at runi.io auctiom
AT MY SALiHlSHOOM
Camellia;, Grftid Maple, Cryptomeras.
Mnenollns, 3 vuletles: Cnjircssus,
White Crepe Mvrtlo Kerns, I'liiea,
l'ahns, assorted j Oranges, Kic, Etc.
Also, General Meichindlse, Dry Good?,
Groceries', HotuehoM Furniture', E,c , Etc.
Lio-wio T Iisvoy,
Notice of Sale!
cf Golds and Chattels taken and
dlt;at'id on tint 1st (lay of Feb
ruary, 1H-5, tor arrears of mi' from
Iirviulsrs on Men-hunt t eet. lit
ml hi, Uahu, occupied hy V. 8.
Luce as a tenant.
OTICK IB HEHEUY OlVKS THAT
after tlio ox'iiirntlon of 10 ilavs from '
thti IU h nay uf F-bruury, 1815, them will
toxoid nt the Auction Koomsof Lewis J.
I.-jvey, In the cltv of Honolulu, Island of
O thti, on iIih tth ay of March, 18'J3, at 10
o'clock a m. of that day, the follow lug
(Joodi and Olinttois:
I rase Urvnio He CasU
II cusrt sherry, 1 dor. each
6 case 1 Tt, 1 noz. each
I casti Ulicrry llrandy. 1 dot. each
1 cato Crciiio I e Annls, 1 dot each
1 CorkuiK Madili.e
1 1-iiinil i pick
1 Dottle FIIIIdk Machlno
1 Utter l'reu, Stand Press and Water
1 Step Lultler
I Dei 1:
1 i,'u,mii!r Machine
I Safe and Stand
(I Hinnll I)ox3
3 Small Itaskeis
'.'I JlotticH Sherry Wine
23 " Port Wine
21 " Amontillads
15 " Uremo !) Caxsls
7 " Cherry Hrandv
!1 ' O'horry Cordial
1 ' Dap, elt Kuininel
7 " Mm tlio
fi " Urenio Da Mnk
'J ' Cren u Do Mcnthe
3 " Saint Itaphael Wine
a ' HtHer HrUird
4 " Punch au Cognno
" OreniM Do Thu
II " IVpp'-nnltit
8 Big llottles hitter llrlrard
6 Bottles Keruneiiwasspr
'1 " lilack Jlo'ry llrandy
2 Dig and 3 Hma 1 llottles Murasqulno
h lliittli'B Creme Dd Cacao (Ubotino)
1 llottlo Create J)e Ciliu.n (HIga)
1 " CrcniHDe Annls
1 " Cha treitsB
1 Ilia llottlo Zlnfundel
1 llottlo Urange lllttorn
1 " Ginger llrandy
1 " Crome Do Hose
1 " Bolner Hitters
1 Small Dottle Ueuedlctlne
32 Small llottles Old Port Wino
(! Small Dottles Sherry Wine
1 U)t of Stoie Fixtures
V- Tho ssiiin having been dlstrutued
for arrears of rent owed hy W S. Luce, a
tenant of the preiulnos Hltuate on Mercliant
street, Honolulu, nfnrosald.
Owner nnd Landlord of tulil Premises
Honolulu, Kb. 10, lh!. 125-irt
A 1.1. JKHBONS HAVING CLAIMS
ueaiust the underslgnod, whether
becurtd or uiifcerurct, nro rerjuested to
premit them to him on or beforw Slarch 1,
18'A V 8 Dili U,
P. 0. Dox 1711.
Honolulu, Feb. 25, ls93. 1272-3t
February 26, 1S95.
If persons writing letters to
friends in the States persist in
drawing upon their imagina
tion and neglect to matk their
letters "not for publication,"
they must expect to be ridi
culed by the people oj" Hono
lulu who are familiar with all
the events of the late revolu
tion. They should not over
look the fact that Honolulu is
well supplied with regularly
paid newspaper coi respondents
whose duty is to gather items
when they can and to send
them to their respective papers.
With them romancing is per
missable and they are not al
ways expected to stick to de
tails. It the fact that two or
three hundred Japanese lab
orers were placed on a steamer
and sent out to sea with no
where as their destination
should be brought to the atten
tion of the foreign ofllce in
Tokio, international difficulties
might ensue. Again, if the
Japanese minister at Washing
ton should read the article pub
lished he would probably ca
ble his home government and
the representative of His Im
perial Alajesty in Hawaii would
be hauled over the coals for
not reporting the matter as it
was stated in the Binghamton
papers. You see there are
many dangers connected with
not sticking close to the facts
in writing letters for publica
tion. President Dole may have
deemed it necessary to stalk
around the government
grounds with a couple of re
volvers buckled to his side, but
we doubt it; it savors too much
of the actions of presidents of
some of the South American
Republics on the part of the
President, and a hearty meal
of corn beef and cabbage on
the part of the writer.
During the past week we
have received some cf the
handsomest Black Hanging
Lamps we have ever had in
the store the designs are sim
ply beautiful. We have also
some new styles of Bright
Lamps in very artistic designs
and with the best burners
made. These are not dupli
cates of lamps we have had
before, but entirely new in
We have plenty of the Bath
Tub Enamel Paint for making
old zinc tubs look like new
porcelain lined ones. You
must understand that this is
not the same paint sold for
decorating wicker chairs or
woodwork; it is made only for
bath tubs and if applied ac
cording to directions will give
a handsome finish to your tub.
For decorative purposes we sell
Nealls' Enamel in various
Some very pretty Glasses
and Tumblers at low prices
reached us during the week.
One style, plain white glass
with two or three rings of gold
near the top are very pretty
and equally cheap. Some hand
some ones in engraved designs
may suit you quite as well
we have them, and the price is
If you like hot cakes, why,
not have them in shape of
wafiles. We have the irons
and they do not cost much more
than a griddle.
Tiie HaYalian Hardware Co. LtdL
typnlt tiprhek' UIckiV,
L B. Kerr
is the only
man in IIo-
53 The Automatic Pisaim, Fkwxio Machixk with
the Littest Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Heavy Work To Put chasers : Instructions in Arisonc,
Tinsel, Sehnelle and Fancy Iflmbroidory Work will be given.
v zro-'tJ v
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1 -hi. n. II. 11. iifinn unlment pnta
f new llfo Into tho Antiquated Horno!
or tho iMt lrar tho ll. 11. II. Jlorco
Liniment Iim uoon tlin lending remwly
Dmotiit tarmera and Hlnckmen fur tho
rnro of Hi.rahn. Urnlwii, Btllf Joints,
Bvln, WliuMK Horn Sliotililrni, rtr.,
ami for 1 amlly Uo u without nn ponal
Ill' II. II. iI.Unlmcnt la ininy Imita
tions, nml we wit Ion the I'nhllo to wo
thnt tho Tnulo Marie "II. It. II." ii on
r rorr llottlo hefom imrctiaMnjr. Fur mn
yveri-whero fur 69 cents nail (1.U) ir
WHAT OTHKRS SA."5Tr
fSAW Johk, Jan. 27, 180S, Urtincato of Blocl Spavin. Iu justice to tho
proprietor of "The Colobratcd II. 11 11 Horse Mcdiciuo 1). D. T., 1808,' I
will Fay thaf. I havo tneil it to good natisfaotion, ami ran recommend it to
those keeping hursus us an invaluable medicine, and 1 boliovo it to ho equal
to what it is recommended ; and I have n it kncuvn ito equ ll na an external
remedy, for I havo aho used it to eooii etlect for rhi'umatinn upon myeolf.
j. c. PHiri's.
Thin i to certify that I saw the above c io, and it wan one of tho worst
spavins I evor saw. 1 did not holluve that the blood upaviti could ho cured,
but I would acknowledKO that I was mistaken, and am willing to recom
mend "The Celebrated II H.ll. Homo Mtdicino 1). U. T., 1808," superior
to anything I over had any knowledge of as a liorao medicine.
Mr. I). Dodoe To.mi inhon Dear Sir: For the information of the public
and in juatieo to your valuable hon-o medicine, "Tho Celebrated II. II. H.
Horse Modioino D. D. T., 1808," I would Btato that I have used it to full
witUfiiction on a m aro of iniiie that had an enlargement of tho fetlock joint,
which was nt least ono-third laigi-r than before it got hurt; and of a hard
callous lump, uud her leg uUo much larger. The nbovo medicino removed
the enlargement, and otherwise perfotmod a perfect cure.
I aho know of its curing blood 8pnin in dillercntca'ps among my neigh
bors' homes, wh'ch wcro vtry had and incurable by all who saw thomj and I
havo full conlldcnco in tho above preparation, and hoar it spoken of by
others as equal to what it has been recommended, and can rccommond it to
others with full conlldcnco of its great worth, and that it performs all cures
without injury to tho growth of tho hair, does not chango tho color of the.
hair, ami leaves tlio limb smooth and clean.
YOU HAD BETTER TRY IT. FOR SALE BY
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.,
"Wholesale Agents .
from nil II, n Pnl.Vir.la.l U",&
Factories In the United jf
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IMl'ORTKHS, WHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars,
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