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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MATtOH 25 1805.
"puppm iiWii imimijiiiMp i.jppipiPy-yi
Holders of walcr jirlvllcgc, or Uiosp
paying watt-r rules, ore hereby nutllod
that the hours (or Irrl. nt'.un .uriKesaro
from 7 to.HoMock a. ji. nti-1 5 to 0 o'clock
r. m. AKDIIKW HKOWN,
Rtiperliitundnit ol Water Worts.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, Mnreh 12, Htt. VJOMi
Tin Public School will cIojo ou Fill
DAY, April Villi, lot ihf Kitsttr Vacation,
nml reopen on MONDAY April 2.M.
lly order of tho HoaM of Kiluc.ttlon.
J. V. SCOTT,
Honolulu, March 18, lt'3.
WOSt- 2 It
IThv -XI ui li II UUvtiu,
Pltttiirtl to mithrr N'l t nor IKtrly,
Hut lltlaUithcd f r the linn fit of All
MONDAY, MAUCII 21, 1893.
Washington Statu U going to vote
on a constitutional ninoiuliiinut for
woman aulTrago. Soiiu senators who
aru against tho iwnvinout voted (or
tho bill out of respect to tho known
popular strength of tho cause.
Ellis and Wntorbous-i Estates Ha
boas Oorpud Oaso.
Brucu Cartwriuh' having resigned
as trtistoo of tho ftato of tho late
Nancy Sumner Elli., Chief Justice
Juildhas appoiiituil '. L. Hopkins
in his stead undorSltXJO bond.
William Waterhoue Dimoud and
ITtmrj Dimond lia. tiled au ii'iMvor
to tho Miit of John L' , Henry am
William Waterhou against them
selves and other Iihis of tho lato
John Thomas W.iterhouse. Thoy
admit that tho plaintiffs are uamoil
as executors and triKleos in tho will
of John Tuoniaj Waterhous, and
that by slid will i h y were given
certain powers to crry on the mer
cantile biihiuess of the testator, aud
to make and chango investments.
But do'oiulants say tha'.such powers
wore given in support of a iriibt im
posed upon said executors to carry
on said business for tho mo Mid
benefit of tho testator's wife during
her lifetime aud uo longer. Tiiey
further say that, the wife having
died prior to the testator, F.'ud trust
has absolutely coaxed, determined
and expired, and th.it. plaintiffs now
hold tho estate of tho testator snlnly
as executors for the purpose of ad
ministration aud disiiibution.
Defendants further say that,
since tho filing of their hill, plain
tiffs have declined to furUer carry
ou the business of the testator for
tho beuelit of the devisees aud lega
tees under the will; and that Joliu
T. Watorhouse, acting in his private
capacity, by private aud aniicablo
agreement with all of tho other de
visees named in said will, ha pur
chased all of the stoel; of men Inn
dise pertaining to paid estate ami
tho good w ill of tho business of the
testator, aud has assumed all liabil
ities connected with iaid business.
These defendants claim that said
agrt ement of sale, joined in by all of
the devisees, constitutes au acknowl
edgment that no further tru-t exist
under tho will except that f ordi
nary administration. They also say
that it is not necessary to sell any of
tho real estate of testator for the
purpose of paying debts, aud no
other reason or ueiiessity exists for a
sale of any of said real estate by tin
Tho respondents '.limit that the
plaintiffs are executors but not
that they aro trustees under tho will
aud codicils. They admit that tho
only persons interested as heirs, de
visees or legateos in tho estato aro
John T. Watorhouse, Henry Water
house, William Watorhouse. Mary
Hico, William W. Dimond aud Henry
Thoy say lastly that they aro of
ago and aro entitled to distribution
of tho personal property of said
estate upon payment of tho debts
of tho testator and tho legacies
mentioned in the will, aud are en
titled to tho pos.-eHhion each of one
tenth of tho real estate loft by the
testator not specifically dovisod, ami
they deny that tho plaintiffs havo
now any right to sell said real es
tate. Win eforo thoy pray that tho
bill may bo i ismiMed with cohts.
In tho case of Henry V. Poor vs.
Henry Cannon, the defendant has
filed a demurrer.
J udfre Cooper has rendered a de
cision in tho matter of ToraoTsu-
chiiyamo, brought before him ou a
writ of habeas corpus charging that
the subject was illegally detained on
board thealeamer Independent, un
der order to return to Japan, by Ja.
B. Castle, ColleetorOeueral of Cm
toum. The Court diuiisos tho writ
ou tho ground that a sight draft of
the Bank of Yokohama is not legal
tender, and rftiiauds the petitioner
to the charge of the Colleetor-Gen-ral,
W. S. I'M lugs for petitioner;
W. 0 Smith, Attorney Oonenl. for
respondent. Thi was a test case re
lating to 70 or 80 Jap'tiiPMi immi
grants, who showed $50 drafts in
stead of coin under the law relating
to the lauding of aliens The rot
of tho immigrant by the Independ
ent came under contract in labor
aud did not need lo havo ? 0 each
in their pnckels.
A P. PEl'JEltaON DJSA.D
Pneumonia Attacks His Woakmd
SyBltun aud Prevails. !
A telegram was received from Sin
Franci-co by uiiy of Vancouver by
tho S. S. Mio worn yesterday, an
nouncing the death of Arthur 1.
1'etorsou. Hi demise occurred at
10 o'clock on tho night of March 10
at the California Hotel. Mr. Peter
son was one of those arreUed and'
imprisoned for suspicion in commo
tion with the Into uprising. He was
put in jail on January '.I aud kept
there until about a week before his
departure for tho Coast exiled
The deceased was a very weak man
at the time, owiug to his confine
ment in a damp prison cell. Prior
to his departure Dr. Peterson, bro
ther of tho lamented gentleman,
stated that Mr. Peterson was in no
fit condition for tho trip ami his
i constitution could not stand it, but
he had to go. Ho was very weak at
I the time and bore signs of his con
' finemont. Ou arrival at Sau Fran
cisco ho was taken to the California
Hotel. His friends and relatives made
au attempt to move him to moro
comfortable quarters fivo days be-'
lore he died, out were uoaulo to do
so. The immediate cause of his
death was pneumonia.
It wa the inteution of Mr. Peter
sou to practiso law with tho firm of
Gear & Gear, father and brother of
A. V, Gear, his brother-in-law. Tho
deceased was Attorney-Gonoral uu
dor the lato King Kalakaua and
agaiu when Liliuokahui was depos
ed. Mr. Peterson was admitted to
the Hawaiian bar from the bar of
Massachusetts. On his arrival in
Honolulu he went into law partner
ship with W. A. Kiunej. He wan
well liked aud enjoyed au extemlod
practice. In criminal law practice
Mr. Petercon was buo of tho ablest
at tho local bar.
Mr. Petemou leaves a wifo aud
child, who aro at present resi Mng in
Onsets Massachusetts, tho pUco of
his birth. Letters to his relatives
received by the last S. S. Australia
told of a complete breakdown in his
health, and ids death was not a
great surprise Tho telegram was
received just as the S. S. Miowera
was leaving Vancouver for Hono
Bead the following extract from a
letter of Chas. M. Gutfeld, of Heed-li-y,
Fresno Co., Cal.: ''It is with
pcasure I tell you that by ouo day's
ti-eof Chamberlain's Cough remedy
I was relieved of a very severe colli.
My head was completely Htopped up
aud I could not vleep at night. I
can recommend this remedy." A
cold nearly alwaystarts in the head
aud afterwards oxtends to tho throat
and lungs. By using this remedy
freoly as soon as tho cold has been
contracted it will cum tho cold at
once and prevent it from extending
to tho lungs. For sale by nil dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents for the
By Irtjwia J. Lovoy.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Household -:- Furniture
On TUESDAY March 20,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. !.,
I will tell nt l'ubllo Anctlon. at my Snlcs- I
room, a choice lot of Household Furniture i
(removed or convenience) or taio) consist
Upholstered & Rattan Parlor Faroltare,
Kxlonslon II. V. Dlnlnp Tablo, H. W.
6l(l(il)onril. Hook Cato wlih Jot Hooks,
II. V. lledroom Bet, Wardrobe,
ClioUoniers, I.nco Curtains, Hoddlng.
OliHiulellors, l.iiiui9, lledbtcmls unil
Mattress.es, 1'lcturos. Orimmentu, Ice
Chest, Finn Btnve, Kitchen Utensils,
Crockery, Ktc , Ktc, Ktc. Also
A Fine Lot of FERNS I
1 Sipiare I'luno, 1 1'Jngpole.
tW On view Bnttmlay, March 2ad,
Liewla J. Lievey,
March 11, 1S95.
Is Hawaii to be without a
cable through the action of the
United State Congress, or will
the people here awake from
their sleepy ideas and tell Un
cle Sam to do something or
let England have Necker Island
and go ahead with the work.
Hawaii is as much in need of a
cable as any place on the globe
and other governments need
the cable to Hawaii as much as
we do. Why then should the
government that feels a fatherly
interest in a country stand in
the way of its development.
Suppose the manufacturers
of the Avery Plantation Imple
ments would refuse to send
them to this country would it
be considered a square deal?
The planters on Hawaii who
are using these difieient imple
ments are well satisfied with
them and are willing to recom
mend them to other managers.
They are coming more and more
into general use; in another
year there will not be a planta
tion on the Islands that will
not use them. The following
letters from such prominent
managers should be convinc
ing proof of their superiority:
OXOJIEA SUOAR COMPANr,
Papaikoit, Hawaii, Fob. 25, 1 805. J
Mr. Jons A.Scott, Waiuaku, Hawaii.
Dear Sin. Tho Onouiea Sugar
Company has now in use three of
the Stubble Diggers.
1 think these machines aro indis
pensable for tho propor cultivation
Wo havo uovor had an implement
that would so thoroughly loosen tho
oarth around t lie stools, aud put the
soil iu such condition that the air,
moisture aud feitilizer would so
readily find access to I ho lino roots
of tho cane aud the soil around
I am glad to testify to tho merits
of these tools. Tho Sugar Laud
Disc Cultivators arrived too late for
much use in tho cultivation of tho
last young plant aud rattoous, but I
believo they will prove to be vory
useful and labor-waving implements
iu districts where cauo is raised
Wm. W. Goodale,
Mauagcr Onouiea Sugar Company.
Hutchinson Plantation Coupant,
March 1st, 1895. j
E. II. Hendry, Esq., Hawaiian Hard
Dear Sir: In answer to your lot
tor inciuiriug about tho A very Stub
ble Digger and Fertilizer Distribu
tor, I would say that tho fact that
wo havo just received tho second
Stubble Digger speaks for itself.
Wo havo dug over four hundred
acres of rattoou stools and consider
it will bo a gieat benefit.
The Fertilizer Distributor is a
good thing aud has elected a mate
rial saving of labor iu the applica
tion of Fertilizer and applies it bet
tor than can be done by baud.
- These uiachinos aro very simplo
aud well constructed and wo havo
had no troublo with the working of
them aud we consider them ouo of
the most useful labor saviug ma
chinos that can be used on planta
tion. Yours Truly,
G. C. Hewitt.
Mauagor H. S. P. Co.
Hakalau, Hawaii, I
February 16, 1895.J
Mr. E. It. Hendry, President and
Manager .Hawaiian Hardware
Company, Honolulu, Oahu:
Wo uso the A vory Stubble Digger,
Fertilizer Distributor and Cano
Cultivator. Thoy save labor aud do
tho work claimed for them. The
Stubblo Diggor I consider a parti
cularly good implement.
Mauagor Hakalau Plantation Co.
TIn Havailai Hanliuc Co. Ui
THERE'S ALMOST AS MUCH
To the Proper Fit of the Frame
as to the Glass Itself . . .
You'd get but poor
Glass, if the fruino
you like " Baxter
wall." Glnsaos fitted
Notico how nicely
thoy look. Surely
detract from youi
ff2" Kor n Proper Kit in both Glasses and Frame, consult always
The Reliable Optician.
Face and lips,
Superb Just After Shaving.
Scaly Eruptions, 13
Hudson, N. H., Feb. LM, 1SU0.
Ma A. R. Hindu,
Voir Hri I think It my duty to wrltn yon In regard to your
wonderful JIonhv and Almond Ukeam. Vh"ii I commenced lining
It, my hands would crack upon, and wore to bad Hint I could not
closo them without making thorn bleed, and inv fco was rouh
and chapplnc. I havo bnd ono bntile, and hit linnets ami face are
enttrtli cured, and I think It my duty to praise this t underfill re
mody. Mi M.uiv 0. Duiivnt.
Recommended by Ladies Everywhere
FOR SALE BY ww
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
from all the Celrbratfd HHsSj.'f '"VTt WiBnmW&K
Factories in the Un.ted && MWX 1
Btatea li&W "w"31"'1 "- 3h0T
IMPOltTKKS, WHOLK8ALK AND KETAIL IUSALKKB IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
results from tho best
holding them lilted
street's paper on tho
,by us look like this.
they sit. Now well
such Glasses do not
appearance. . . .
a Toilet Requisite.