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THE DAILY DU1.LKT1N, AtMtIL 21 1895.
OwOik to the drought nnd scarcity t f
aler, the rrgtilwH' Ikivo JuiM vriot and
mi the rloppx c( i'n clilow' II II i.re re
4itetM to colli r.t wliut water they nia
pqufre for hcnivchuld purposes lelioti
ho hour of ft nnil 10 o'clock a m.
liiperlittctidont Honolulu Water WurkNr
Hupolnht, April tl, 1803. 1.11 1 f
Holders of wnicr privilege.., o ti-ov
paying mr ralci, nro hereby twilled
bat tho bourn lor IrrWat'oti i nrposcsn-e
trom 7 to t o'llock A. M. ami 6 to Ho clock
. m. ANDithW ll.mW.N,
thipcrlntviiltnt of Water Worts
J A. Kimi,
MfuUtcr nf the In'eriur.
Honolul i, Match 1 ', I 1 rj"Mf
She -VI n U m SnUitui
PUdyctl to nrithrr fleet nor 1'nrty,
Hut Established fir the lUmfit I'fAlt.
Tom HolI'mrar Khane Business-
Silky nnd Novod.i Challenged
Thjre lms l?eu eouRiilernblo
FpL'tilnttou ninou loenl liorcKtnen
regarding tlio rutmiii); qualltits if
tlm raeen S Iky, GerMor uiul Nc
vndi. TlinanimaU aw well match
ed. Tom Iliilhiior in-uetl tint fol
ldHim: )iilloii(.:i' din nflcrnoon nnd
in nnxioiiM.r nuaitiiiu a rejil):
I nm willing to hack my hliel:
tunro GerMer ns.'n'tMt btllty ami Ne
vada fur frnm i'2'A) In ST(H) a lomer,
the rnon to li b-Mt three in five mi o
heat ntil lo Inki- Hace on July J.
providing Siiky mkI Nevada pull
i Timely Jopies j IT PROVED .
April n t$95 ;
4 k t I
same old ay 01 "No;
ShEtXO THE CliUtSlili.
MONDAY, APRIL 22, 1S9."..
Homo Interesting Probata Matters I
on Kile iu the Olerk'a CHlce.
A. D. Jaea aud Cecil Browu have '
filed ntt nnnwor to tlio ejsetinent
tint of Kapuakela (w.), alleging that i
the property dcM-rilied in thu coin-
plaint waw convened to Brown
among other property, to hoc urn th
payrueut of eettain money, and that
lltero is still due to this defendant
(125 or more.
J. A. Magoon ha b-in appointed
special temporary adtiiiniatratnr of
the estate of thu late Madatun Mor
.ffuieau, of France, to pro&ccute a
certain claim agaiust the folate uf
the latn Dr. Trousseau of Honolulu.
Mr. Magoou hat been appoiuttd
abso as special temporary aduiiuU
Irator of the estate of the Jato
Stephanie Caillot of France for the
earue purpone at in the laM cas. j
In thrt oJHCtint-nt cae of Kailikt-a
Waiamihi'a (w ) vh Kalio(ika;iiuol:u
(k.), Kuualae Davit, Chan. Kakae, ,
Kean (w.) and ilohn Doe her huv
band, Kalon (w.) and G. U. Holoka-1
hiki her hudiiud and Kukaiau I
Plantatfon Company, a corporation, I
L-fn". K.ilifin, Kalou and Holokaluki
Diake htiMvor, by their attoruey, W.
G. Aehi, claiDilug an uudiridud one
half interest iu the promises from
which plaintiffs K-tk to eject do
fendantB. Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ltd., v.
"HY. G. lVacock and othora havo
stipulated for a hearing on tho25!h
M. A. Go.'Ealtes, guardian of the
da Catnara minori', has filed a mo
tion for authority to expend princi
pal to give Bella, who has beeu mar
vied, her chare of the estate.
Albert V. Gear by bis attorney,
Paul Neumann, petitions that he bo
appointed administrator of tho es
tate of A. P. Peterson, deceased in
testate, who left an estate, partly
encumbered by mortgage, valued at
120,000. D. P. Peterson, father of
deceased, sigus a supplementary pe
tition for the appointment of Mr.
Gear. Tho heirs aro tho widow and
ouh child liviug iu Massachusetts.
J. Sylvester, guardian of tho
minor children of Patrick Glea'o",
bas filed an inventory of tho ostate.
The firnt item includes a piece of
rice laud aud one of pasture laud,
about 37 acres together, and a hou
aud lot at Waiaholo leased to Ah
Swan for flHOayear. The second
is 2 75-100 acres leased to Ah Swan
for jr0 a year. The third, a fishery
not leased since 1893. Fourth,
mortgage on house aud lot at Bere
iania aud Peiisacola streets for
12500 at G percent per annum.
Fifth, uiorlgago on houce aud lot at
Diamond Head, belonging to Mrs.
Emma E. Bertelmaun, for $1000 at ti
fercent per anr.um, Sixth, au
Iquitable life insurance policy at
23o.95 a year. Seventh, two small
taro patches, a fishiug right not
rented and two or three horses. M.
Phillips & Go. havo assumed the
liabilities of Ah Swan, who has be
Judgo Whiting ha9 approved the
accounts of W. O. Smith, guardian
respectively of the Bridges, Rich
and Pahau minors,
Water" is aimin heard in tone
of voice as loud and as tierce
as ever. But with the new
pumping' station almost com
pleted the complaints against
the Water Woiks Department
will soon be a thing in forgot
ten historv. It looks iust now
my lu-wit. Tiji.iIo.uKi.pf as though the government is
lor tno dni. tv d i: the inner of . . .. . ft . v
UifnuiiiiiiuuiMimiibiiMHHM i doing everything in its power
an be found nt my shoeing shop, to alleviate Hie misery and re-
Queeii frtrei-t. Any npntnibiti mm fliirp thp nunnvinr wliirh ni
to bitakehoider Put up ..r shut uuce me annoyance wnicn na-
tuntiiy ensues inrougii kick oi
sutlicient water with which to
make a cocktail.
I iere are some figures over
which you may ponder if you
: are mreresieu m wire lences:
1 he wh te eruisor Phdadolphtn , ti.u prniif-in oir.- uihir-h o
was Undid down wi-li vMiitim on1 in" LUTOpeail Wire WIllCll We
Satuniay nfternoon, t ho ship having C.irry 111 StOCk lias DCCIl tested
bHti throivii open for inspect ion. at the Iron Works and shows a
I ho barges of the cruder wt-ru kept fn:i,, Kt r,-,n .,!, nf oTAfi nniinrls
prettv b.i-iy U-tncoti the hours of MnMltSirUlRUIOI JOOPOUIKIS.
one a,nd live o'clock piling between The galwmizm passed through
the ship and tho b.mt landing. ' aH the tests it IS possible to put,
Nearly all who ti ok advantage of 'l a -iin.- jkA i , ,,,. npnr
this opportunity to i-ee the interior ' " aiUI bllOWS UUt It IS JS near
of the Philadelphia were natives. perfect as it IS possible to make
Kxprossious of iv nder ami adniira-, jt. The American wire we re-
tiou were written on the faces of the I ry..l(it n fnPb nr mnrA irrn
visitors as thny returned on shore. Ceietl a. we,eK ,or 1nor? a5
Tho flagship band was stationed ou t (and it IS the best to be 00-
deck aud played throughout the taincd in the States), was tested
aftaraoon. The Quintet Club also f ii t WnrbV'inrl dinu:
rentlered rocnt and initrumontal t UK iron VVOrKS ailO SHOWS
selection. Twenty five thousand I a teilSlle Strength Of about 700
people visitotl the ruilailolpuia Our-1 pounds. I lieSC llgUfCS SllOW
Lnrno 'Ilironun of Nntlvoi Hcapuud
to tho Iuvitutton
ing the inspection.
TWO MEN VJhttY LOW.
'Ihy Will Live Only to Ba Blind
the Heat of their Days
Two of the Japs who wore injured , part of the people to Save IllO-
which is the best wire, and
which you should use in build
ing the Jones Locked Fence
the best fence in the world.
The growing desire on the
by a dynamite, explosion on the ney accounts in a measure for
Yvaianao txtonsion are lying in I ji, j. j ii.i. u k,.. .j
precarious condition at the Queeu's the demand that has been made
the men reeover upon US IOr Hie UICIZ Ull OlOVC
r eyesight. Yhcn ' Tie people who have been us
WSZftVZ " I ing them here during the past
Hospital. If ever the men reeover I UD0I1 US tOf the DietZ Oil StOVC
iney win lo-o tueir eyeaigm
tho mm wnre lieu
RivAi'lnlli wh nut
keep tho wind oh. The cloth ad- j SIX niOlltllS are 50 Well pleased
SniT11 i.. UM" ' 0U,Vi Vl.iu V'ry!with them that they recom-
dilhcult to remove. The other two ...i iu. tu:t r..: . a
.r.,r..m.t!..t- niAiiif m..ir. ti, mend them to their fiiends.
"-" '-"W .l.....-- ...' .W. , . .
rrieuds of the injured men called I ne iaci lliai Uiey canilOI CX-
at the hospital yesterday and want- plo'de is a point in their favor,
ed to tnlt'i tho mou to their homes. .....,, 'ic r..t ;.. i,
Thu.rMr .i. economy of fuel is another,
This afternoon tho men in hospi- ' and tie WISll Of DCODle to have
tal am reported bnproving. ja s(ove they Call COOk with
last uniLL on uuobe. , and not get a!l bet up" is an-
other. Every one who uses a
Naval Battalion to Land To-morrow ' Dl'etZ StOVe Will tell yOU that
and go over tho -waii. it is the best they ever had.
The battTiiion of the u. s. cruiser j The time is here and house
Philadelphia will be lauded for drill OWlierS should begin painting
at 8 o'clock to-morrow morning. I UD their dwellillPS III the se
The battalion will engage iu riot ' "P.l.,lur "WL" mh ?'. mf i it j.
drill during the march to the lection of material the fact that
Lenguo baseball grouuds. After j Heildry'S Ready AlXed is bet
drill there tho battaliou will march I ter ian anv other should be
towards town on King street to the I ier Vlan ,dnJ J?.l!ll-r Uia .L
Kawaiahao Church, reaching the ' Considered. TlllS mixture IS
same at 10:15 o'clock. Tho boys j made of pure white lead and
will then be sent over the sevon-foot oxjde 0f zjnc and tne best j.
wall. 1 his will be the last oppor-, ... e , , . . ,, b-i
tunity of seeiug the Philadelphia Ilty of Colors obtainable. TIlC
battaiiou on shore, as they will not I paints are made especially for
probably be lauded again during i ,1C A nrn minr.intrl in ha
t Iwi i.rnir'H utnv Imrp. . . o
"Wo Lake pleasure in recommend
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
because it is praised by a'l who try
it," says J. W. Cox & Son, druggists.
Marshfield, Oregon. No one nlliicted
tv it h a throat or lung trouble can
uo this remedy without praihing it.
It always gives prompt relief, It is
especially valuable for colds as it
relieves tho lungs, makes breathing
easier nnd aids expectoration. A
cold will never result in pneumonia
when thin remedy is taken aud rtw
suitable care exorcised. For sale by
all dealnra. Benson. Smith & Co.,
gents for tho Hawaiian Ialaud.
Now that thu war of the revolu
tion is over, it is tho duty of every
man to support the existing form of
government. Although things may
not move with that cordiality that
woul4 ensure an everlasting peace,
still they may be allowed to subside
into that indifference without animo
sity that would allow either party
to work out their best interests. All
things considered it may be for the
best, but time, tho only arbitrator iu
such cases, must alone decide that
James T. Stewart is a Plumber aud
will do your work in good shape
and at ugurei that will give you
James T. Stewaht.
15 Bethel Street. Honolulu.
tirst-class in every respect.
They are good spreaders and
retain their glossy appearance
longer than any mixed paint
sold elsewhere or even that
which is mixed to order. We
have them in quarts, half gal
lon and trallon containers and
in all the shades desirable for
either inside or outside work.
In localities where water is
necessary for either irrigation
or household purposes and
where nature has left an ach
ing void by its absence, or at
least where the fluid is so far
below the surface as to be in
visible, we would suggest the
dicreintr of surface or artesian
mi a o com in nt p.ve their deun i.o. wells and to the owners or
loie ill Circuit CVitrt of the Kir-t ''trouP ncna n( t, tn,,J ,f fl,n
at ChambTH nl Hiiitl -lu.on KKIPAY. iCSSCeS Of llie Wild tliat tlieV
the 'Jjtli tl ty if Apr I, IMS, tie'w-cn the nrf.pf AprmnfnrS If V COlllCl
hoiirs of lUo clock In th-foionoon nnd UCU aCIIUUlUIS. II WC CUIIIU
nooiuif lheH.iiililiy. Hti.i e'ret an AksIk- write UP tllC prOtltS WlllCll
K Ane,, ! the .aid JhinU.ipf, , j Qn
iiyiiiH court: nwrn o ! fliMo IdnnH?; who use Aermn-
ur.ui.vi i. LiUUAn, ...--.. .. .
u.ork. tnrs it won d sumrise some
folks who don't use them.
The Iteiian Hardware Go. Ltd
Uptte Hjiroc-kolM' IllooU,
U07 POKT USTKttBT.
IN THK CIRCUIT COUIir OP THK
First Circuit. Hawaiian lu'anda. In
Usnkriiptiiv nt Uliatnber. In tho matter
of the llaiikiuiitRY of A. It. Hi welt. Cre
ditors of the ilil Pankriipt art) hereby no
TJiTO DAVm Is kcp on lllf nt K. C.
1 QlO rJXVtjti DAKK'H Advert inc
ARoncy, 01 and 111 Merchant's Kxchunce,
Hun r rjiiciu'd, Oiill'ornlH, wlern cont.auia
for advHrtisini; oin lx) iiinilo lor It.
If you urc out of Bill Headi, Letter
Head, eto., vie can supply tham.
to mo thut good goods and low
prices aro still appreciated in Ho
nolulu. T therefore intend 1o ffive
my cdstoiuoiB and tho public in
general another opportunity. I
beg to call attention to the special
bargains in our line of
Wool Goods, Cashmere, FUnneleltes & Flannels.
Salo will commence MONDAY, April 22d.
Most women feci the need
of something that will tone up
the system and put new life in
to a tired body stop that con
stant headache and feeling of
nervousness. In almost every
case the doctor will prescribe
iron in some form, but iron is
hard to take, discolors the
teeth (tto woman likes Ihaf)
and induces constipation and
other ill-effects. However,
there is one iron medicine
only one known as
which is easy to take, palata
ble and pleasant. It is harm
less and the most rdiable iron
medicine known. A bottle of
this famous remedy will work
wonders. It will fill out those
thin cheeks, put energy into
you, give you a new lease of
life and won't stain the teeth.
Thousands of testimonials
prove these statements. The
dose is small and the benefit
great. Its good for all the
family. Try it.
TIiitc arc many t ran.
lutein sul'SlliuU.i In
iiliie liaa two crone I
re I Unci cm umppir
BROWN CHEMICAL CO.
But Get the
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
New Goods ! New Goods 1
Suitings, Serges, Trouserings,
Linen Duck, Linen Drill, Flannels.
Laco Stripes, Organdies, Pongee", Ginghams,
Sateens, India Linens, Victoria Lawns, .
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Ribbons,
Luces, Flowers, Feathers, Etc,
SAILOR HATS !
Mosquito Nets, Art MufTius, Cretonnes, Madupoluins, spe
cially ndapted for Ladies and Children's Underwear.
SOUAGENT FOIt THK
Renowned "PEARL" Sewing Machine I
At tho mtirvelously low price of $30.00. Guaranteed
equal if not superior to any machine over imported.
L B. KERR, Queen Street, Honolulu.
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