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Vol. II. No. 401.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1890.
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TolophoBO 260. P. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
i i. I. WATERHOUSE
"What with cauaigru, coiFeo
1 fcand sugar plantations anil rico
as an iseuo the dcinanU for
plantation tools is growing
.apace. Tho clearing of. coffee
'Hand requires more took), or as
(many, at least as preparing
Hand for cane. Every -first-
claas store -should carry a
stack O'f them but not all of
ttheoi do. Ours is as complete
in'theso lines as others, and
there is i lothing in the lino of
Plantation Toola as everything
else you know what that
Theu the re's tho price. Our
method of 1 wying means low
price in sel ling. We have a
small proiit ti bat caiisfics us
and you. Fo r Hoes, of overy
description, Cane Knives,
Axes, Picks and Handles
ours is tho pi. ice. Wo aro
prepared to fill a ny order from
a single article t o a hundred
J. T. WATERilOUS
p. tf . cgmidts l$w$,
Retail Their . . .
. . . Large Stock
At Wholesale Prices!
Specialties THIS WEEK
SHIRTING na SHEETING
QUILTS and TABLE
SERGES and LAWNS,
SILK RIBBONS, Em
Unable to t?ork 2
NO APPETITE !
COULD NOT SLEEP 1
COMPLETELY CUBED HIM.
Mr. T. .1. Clunc, of Wnlknrviltr-, Atlo
lt)lc, i'uitMi Auslriillu, mllci
"Six years ago, I had an attack of
Indigestion and Liver Complaint
that lasted fur weeks ; I was unable
to do any hard work, had no appe
tite, food distressed me, and I .suf
fered much from headache. My
skin was sallow and sleep did not
refresh me. I tried several -remedies
and consulted u doctor, with
out obtaining any relief; finally,
one of my customers recommended
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It helped mo
from tho first, in fact, after taking
sx bottles I was completely cured,
and could eat anything and sleep
like a child."
Gold Medals at th-World's Chlei Expositions.
AYER'S PILLS, Mild but Effective.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agents for tho Republic, ot Hawaii.
LEWERS & OQOKE
A GREAT INVENTION
Moves itself nbont your Lawn. Travels
itt a straight lino or n circlo Stops autom
atically. Sot for any length of hoso.
RT No such Sprinkler has ever been
placed ion tho market boforc.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & COOKE,
Fort Street, ... - Telephone 20.
LOTS AT WAIKIKI
There aro G Lots nt Waiki
ki, tying on tho Waikiki side
of Kalia Road for sale, about
11 G feet makai of Waikiki
Those lota will ho sold for
cash or on installment plan.
lSP For further particulars
WILLIAM C. ACHI,
Real Estate Broker, Bethel
St., near King.
Aug. 18, 189G. 384-ltn
French Claret !
Has received a large coniigumont of
Frenoh v Claret v "Wine
VST Ei "Miowera." Best Wine iu tho
VICTORY FOR THE STARS
natukiays iiam, ua3ii: wan
i:asy foii tiioi.
ITtiirli I.nrircr AiIpiiiIhiico Tlimi tfkiinl
Tile ICiiiiik IX-fi-Hlril by a Hcnrc
nl 10 to I.
The iucronso of nttondauco tit
Saturday's bnll game allows that
public interest is increasing oh
flin onnenn nlnona Tlir Wtn in
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troduced tLoir two now phivuis.
Babbitt, their now pitcher, did
fairly well, but only struck out
five mon whilo Lemon got away
with six. Bliss hold down socoud
baso in good ahnpe, being only
credited with ono error. Tho
Stars were first to tho bat, tho
details of tho gamo being ns fol
lows: First "Willio "Wilder took his
baso on balls and stolo second,
Willis failed to reach first but
"Wilder got to third. Hart flow
out at conter fiold and Wilder got
homo by tho skin of his teeth.
Harry "Wilder got third on an
overthrow by Smith to third.
Bliss struck out.
For tho Kams Lemon took first
on a liner to center field and stole
second amid the plaudets of tho
grand stand. Robert Pulmu took
bis baso on balls, Mnkaimoku flew
out to short stop, Lemon was put
out at second nnd Koki went out
on a fly to socoud.
Si:cond Lisliman made first
and stolo second. Tom Pryco's
drive to right field brought Lish
man in. Pryco got third on
Wood's drivo to first on which ho
was put out. Babbitt struck out,
Willie Wilder failed to got first.
Bridges struck out, Kaanoi and
Lowis were put out at first.
TmiiD Willis flow out at center
fiold, Hart got second on a liner
just insido tho left foul line nnd
come homo on Jlnrry Wildor's
two baggor which wont through
Smith's buttered fingors. Bliss
flow out to Lowis and Harry
Wilder was put out trying to steal
Ahia failed to mako first, Smith
struck out, Lemon took his baso
on balls and was put out at sec
ond, Pulmu being loft on first.
Fouiith Lisliman got in a
baso hit and stolo second, Pryco
flew out to right fiold aud Lish
nian got to third. Wood's baso
hit brought Lisliman home. Bab
bitt failed to get first. Willie
Wilder's baso hit advanced
Woods to second. Willis' two
bagger brought in Woods. Hart
Makaimoku flow out to Willio
Wilder, Koki got in n two bnggor
to tho right field, Bridges' two
bnso hit brought Koki in. Kaa
noi new out to socoud, Lowis
made his baso, Ahia's baso hit
brought Bridgos in. Smith failed
to get lust.
first, as did Bliss.
out on a foul lly.
nt contor field,
stolo third and
Woods struck out
Pryco ilow out
Lomon got first on Sam WoocIb
error. II. Pahau failed to got
first, as did Makaimoku. Koki
Sixth Babbitt couldn't reach
tho first bag, Willio Wilder got in
a base hit, Willis made first and
stolo second. Hart struck out.
Harry Wildor's baso hit brought
in two runs. Wilder got third on
n passed ball. Bliss made a homo
run on a drivo ovor Smith's head,
bringing Wilder in. Lisliman
ilew out at third.
Bridges got third on Lishman's
overthrow to first, Kaanoi flow out
to shortstop, Lowis's sacrifice hit
brought Bridges homo. Lewis
was put out trying to steal second.
Ahia mado first by an acoidout
and took Bocond on a passed ball,
and was put out on his fuuny
business at that placo.
Seventh Pryco mado a base
hit and Btolo second. Sam Woods
wob put out at first. Babbitt's
baso hit brought Pryco in. Willio
Wilder got in a drivo to right fiold
fnr two bases. Babbitt came in
on Willis's fly which was takon in
at center. Hart and "Wilder inado
tlioir bases. Bliss was put out nt
Kooi rt l'ahnu fot in a btiso hit.
Jj'-inuii'B lly to Babbitt whs missed
and ho fjot liis base. 1'aliau took
third and Lemon second on an
overthrow by Babbitt to faecond.
A. 1'nliau's base hit to center
brought Koberl in. Lemon was
put out at second, boinn crowded
pff the base by Makaimoku's baeo
hit to second. A. Pnhnu wns put
out at third on Kola's base hit.
Bridges struck out.
Eighth Lisliman flow out nt
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flow out to Bo-
1 II i I ILIIiLII. II III
ood9 tailed to innlce
Kaanoi struck out, Lowis flow
Out to Sam Woods, Ahia inado a
babo hit to loft fiold. Robert Pa
hau was put out nt first.
Ninth -Babbitt took his baso
on balls, Willio Wilder mndo first.
Babbitt camo home on Willis base
hit. Wil-bi ct'iu- homo on IlartV
fly to left field. Willis camo homo
on' Harry Wilder's sacrifice hit.
ITan Wilder stolo second and
third. Bliss took his bnso on
balls. Lishman's base hit brought
Harry Wilder in and Pryco's two
baggor brought in two ni6ro runs.
Woods was put out at first uud
Pryco camo in on u passed ball.
Babbitt took bis baso on balls aud
stolo second. Willie Wilder struck
Lomon flow out to Willio Wil
der, A. Pnhau failed to make first,
ns did Makaimoku.
The following is tho oflicinl
t n lii ro
Lemon, B., p. ... 5 0 1
Pahau, c 5 0 1
Makaimoku, J, If 5 0 1
Koki, S, 2b 4 12
Bridges, C, M... 4 2 1
Kuauoi, O, ififcss. 4 0 0
Lowis, cf 4 0 1
Ahia, W. lb .... 4 0 1 11
Fauna rf 2 112
.)9 4 9 271G 9
Willis, C. lb .... G
Hart, L., rf G
AVilder, H. c... G
Bliss, 2b 0
Lishman,P., 3b.. G
Pryce, T., If.... G
Woods, S.,cf.... G
Babbitt, p G
Totals C5 19 17 27 20 7
Buns earned: Stars, 9; KamB,
2. Baso an bulls: By Babbitt 2,
by Lemon 4. Struck out: By
Babbitt 5, by Lomon G. Loft on
bases: Stars, 9; Kams, 8. Two
baso hits: WildorW., JIart,Koki.
Three base hit: Hart. Homo run:
Bliss. Double play: WildorW.
audBliss. Passed balls: WildorH.,
1. Time of gurao, 1 hour and 52
minutes. Umpires, II. M. Whit
ney Jr. and Cupid Kulanianaolo.
JttlElICU STOCK IIOLIIKKS.
Will I'ut In Nlxty Tlioiumid
Iiollnr I'uinpliic I'liuit.
At tho mooting of stockholders
of tho Kahuku plantation on
Saturday morning it was decided
to put in n now pumping plant on
tho company's property at onco at
an estimated uxponso of SGO.OOO.
Tho money will bo obtained by
some of tho prominent stockhold
ers taking up tho unsubscribed
stock remaining from the original
issuo. Tho otnor $25,000 will bo
provided from an issue of bonds,
to run six years, in which timo it
is figured out that tho profits from
tho crops of tho now land placed
undor cultivation by moans of tho
proposed pumping plant will have
paid all tho expenses thereof.
Kahuku stockholders aro jubil
ant over tho prospect that tho pay
ment of dividends inaugurated
tho present season will not bo in
torferod with iu tho futuro.
A. J. Derby, D.D.S.,
office Cottage No. 100,
street, telephone No. G15.
hours 9 a.m. to 4 r.M.
MORE ROW ABOUT LEVY
Ai'i'oiN'mr.M' or mmk as assio.
m:i: is aI'fik.hkii.
MniiNiirrii t Writ ot Iliihrnx t'urpni
l)lllll'il-Srttlemi'nt ol Jro.
V. William KtlHlr, vlr.
Judge Perry has admitted tho
will of Lahaina to probate, aud
appointed A. V. Gear as adminis
trator under S500 bond. Edings
Judgo Perry has approved tho
final account and ordered tho dis
charge of Houry Smith, adminis
trator of tho estato of G. B. Honu
akaha, deceased, after tho distrib
ution of tho amount in hand,
S1501.G5. Castlofor Kaluahine,
Humphreys and Kano for Kalc
hua, these boing tho proved heirs
who receivo ono half each of tho
Judge Perry has confirmed the
sale of real estate belonging to
tho En a minors nnd to Janus 0.
Lane. Humphreys for potitionor
in each case.
Judgo Perry lias rendered a
decision on the writ of habeas
corpus taken out by M. L Mon
sarrat for tho custody of his two
minor children. Tho writ is dis
missed. Thurston & Stanley for
potitionor; Kinney cfc Ballon for
Judge Carter had tho M. S.
Levy bankruptcy case boforo him
again today. It was on a motion
to vacate ordor appointing ns
Bigueo. Castlo for Troglouu es
tate; Robertson for tho assignee;
Thurston for Thoo. H. Davios &
Co. In tho course of tho proceed
ings Mr. ltmibtou moved tlint
part of an affidavit mado by Mr.
Robertson bo stricken out, being
libellous and scandalous. Tho
Court denied the motion to vacate
An affidavit by James D. Treg
loan is to tho effect that,not know
ing tho procedure, ho failed to
cast the vote of tho Tregloan
ostato for assignee, and heard too
lato that Mr. Robertson had cast
it for H. Lose, whan his choice
would havo been W. H. Baird.
Geo. Lucas, a clerk of tho
Uourt, uopoueu tliat Irogloan waB i
presont when Robertson cast the i
ballot, and that Robertson mado
a remark to tho effect that ho
thought it would "put an end to
Bavies & Co.'s game."
Robertson's affidavit in effect
alloges that Tregloan know all
about tho casting of tho voto on
his claim, and that it was tho ro
sult of an agrooment mode in
Castle's office, when Tregloan was
present, for tho express purpose
of defeating T. II. Davies & Co.
iu tho election of an assignee
It appears that on Friday the
Court, whilo over-ruling tho ob
iectious to H. W. Schmidt & Sons'
claim, ruled that Mr. Schmidt had
no right to voto. Mr. Thurston
appealed to n jury on tno lirst
point, and Mr. Robertson noted
objections to tho other part of tho
ruling. Tho ruling loft tho bal
ance of power, or thodocidiug voto
hot ween tho Schmidt and Davies
firms, with tho Tregloan estato.
Judgo Carter has approved tho
accounts of tho executors of Goo.
0. Williams, hb elucidated by n
mustor, and ordered tlioir dis
charge upon filing of final re
ceipts. Mortgage investments of
more than $13,000 havo boon de
livered to tho legateos, undor an
agreement ovor a difference as
to whether tho will should
bo construed according to tho
laws of California or thoso of Ha
waii. Tho legatees aro Misa
Margaret Hoppor, 0. H. Athortou
and J. P. Cooko, who wero to re
ceivo one-half of tho ostato after
tho doath of tho testator's wifo,
who is now Mrs. Sarah E. Abbott
Kaulia, a native girl, waa run
into by a bicycle on getting off a
car on King street ou Saturday
aftoruooii and sovoroly injured in
tho hoad. She is boing attended
by Dr, Rydor.
WILL BE PROVED A FAKE
imj.sti:: m.-ifi kin hi:m'5 out
oir so IK.
It Will lie Vrovod lir Mr. I'liinej
bo Incorrect In Mnny
Under the heading "Hustod's
Directory Seizt'd," the San Fran
cisco Call of August 29 has tho
"Oakland, Aug. 28. Tho Di
rectory that has boon prepared
for Honolulu was attached thin
morning. F. M. Husted, who
has been getting out a Directoiy
for tho Island city, had tho work
ready for shipment this morning. .
Tho books wore boxed up and i
carted down to tho Cieok boat to
be sont to Sun Franoisco, but they
woro delayed by an attachment
nnd aro in tho hands of the
"Tho levy was made iu a suit
brought by tho Pacific Press for., .-.
for $1300 for work alleged to
have been douo in publishing tho
It appears that Husted mnna- "
od to get tho goods out of Bonk,
for soma copies have b?eu io
coivod in Honolulu.
Tho above piece of uown proves
Mr. Husted to bo nn unmitigated
liar, as he told merchants, nnd
allowed othor people in Honolulu
to infer from his smooth talk, that
his so-called Directory would bo
printed in Honolulu. As n mat
ter of fact ho did just what ho in
tended to do got his work dono
on tho Coast uud then according
to tho abovo statement of tho Call
attempted to beat his priutors
out of their just dues.
Mr. Finney Btill clairo3 that
Husted cau not compilo a Direc
tory that will meet tho lequire
mentsof Honolulu, and especially
tho other islands. Sinco Husted
and his employes loft Honolulu,
ovor 300 changes havo taken
plnco in Honolulu, that will of
course not appear in thoir Direc
tory. Whereas Finney's Direc
tory, that is to bo out tho latter
part of this month or tho first
of October, will havo all theso
ctianges iu, as
numbers of tho
wall as the now
This paper will publinh tho inis
takes ofllnsted's ropiiut of thoir
1894 Directory in a day or two.
In fact Mr. Finney intends to
prove that Hustod's Directory is a
fake and only gotton up for tho
purposo of mulcting tho Hawai
Harold Sharpe is out of luck.
Somo few mouths ago hu broke
a rib by falling from a Hcnh"olil
in front of tho Hollister Drug
Company's establishment aud this
morning ho broke another by be
ing thrown from a brake. Ho
was coming down Alapai street
and had reached tho corner at
King, whon a Chinaman driving
a wagon turned in suddenly on
tho wrong sido of tho streot. See
ing that a collision was unavoida
ble Mr. Sharpe turned his horso
around suddenly and in bo doing
was thrown out of tho brake, ono
of tho wheels passing ovor him.
viion no was picjceu up it was
found ho was hurt in tho aido. Ho
was takon to tho hospital,whoro it
was found ono of his ribs was
fractured. After being bandaged,
up ho was able to prococd -to his
homo ou Wilder avenue. Tho
horso and brako woro uninjured.
flohl Wuti-lio Krcovcrcil,
Kailipaka was arrosted by de
toctivo Kanpa on Saturday, on
suspicion ot stealing MrB. J. F.
Huckfold's gold watch. Ho aftor
wards confossod and directed tho
dotectivo to tho Japanese ho had
sold tho watch to. This morning
ho admitted Btealing another gold
watch belonging to Mrs. J. .D.
Robinson, and tho detective finally
located a Japaiioso who had' pur
chased it of Kailipaka for $10.
Both watches aro now in dotectivo
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