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These Were Simply Some ol the EXCLUSIVE News Matters That the Bulletin Gave to Hawaii.
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Vol. VI. No. 1142.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, ITEBRUAllY 11, 1890.
Pkioe 5 Oknth.
NKW INSUIlUANCi: FIKM.
PROMINENT HAWAIIAN GONE
WILL OF JUDGE W1DEMANN
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Nnllvo at Foundry Victim of Ilmrt
Make Kaalua, on employe of
the Honolulu Iron Works, fell
dead while nt work in tho ma
ohino a bop nt about 9 o'clock this
Knalua wns workjng with tbroo
other men, raising a fourteen ton
roller. Knalua was alono on ono
side of tho roller whilo the other
threo mon wore opposito on tho
When tho men got the roller up
to tho propor height the pia was
put in to hold it iu place. Tho
work on tho roller hiving been
completed, it was raised again by
thn men in order that the pin
might bo taken out.
JuBt at this time Kaalua throw
hia arms out, folded them to hi-
chest and fell forward a dead
No inquest will be boldnB tbero
wro no suspicions circurastancos
whatever. Deceased had been
complaining for some time of
sovero pains in tho chQ9t. Death
resulted from heart failure.
Iliimra 'liniis Hnnil.a
H. 0. Austin, tho Auditor Gen
oral, has bought tho homesloid of
IT. 1). Jnhnon in Thurston nv
nun. It consists of two lo'a will
a eoinforUblo house
od a $7500,
The prico is report-
H. L iw
former Auditor Gen
eral but now of SpreckoU' bank,
h-s bought tho lot with a laru
house in Thurston avenue from
Dr. Leo, tow horn it had but re
cently been Bold by Mr. Myhre.
It is si'd the price whs $7000.
Within tho past fow days a cow
has boon noticed in a IJorotania
afreet lot near Thomas square in
vested on her back with myuah
birds Oloan inspection ban reveal
ed that tho birds woio feeding op
virmin infesting tho hido of tho ani
mal. Large nw patch appeared.
Tho case would seom 1 1 merit tho
attention of tho hum, no ollicor.
HERE'S THE LIST:
GUNPOWDER. The kind that
Grandmother has such pleasant recollec
BASKBT-FIRED JAPS. "Spider
Lee" types pure, uncolored teas.
PAN-FII4UD JAPS. Commonly
called "Green Teas."
YOUNG HYSONS. Another of the
"Green Tea" types.
ENGLISH BUEAKFASTS. (Con
gous). Richest, heaviest, most bracing of
all Teas. You'll find ours perfect.
OOLONGS. From Formosa, one of
the banner tea districts of the world.
CEYLONS. A line that's making a
name for Itself In the world.
ASSAMS. (Orange Pekoes). Teas
of India. Similar to the Ceylons, though
of flavors peculiarly their own.
BLENDS. Our "Waverley Blend,"
from fanciest blacks; "Premium Blend,"
from fanciest blacks and greens; and
"Guaran-Tea Blend."from standard blacks,
are scientific combinations of the most
delicately flavored of the above-mentioned
varieties, and teas which we guarantee to
be of greatest strength and most delicate
flavors obtainable, and, above all,
J Good Tea
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I Honolulu ? I
Drop In, examine our goods, (test them, if you like. AT OUR EXPENSE), make
the most searching Inquiry into our methods, then decide where you wish to trade.
Your neighbors tried It, AND THEY'RE ON OUR LIST. Think it over.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
GROCERIES ...e. CROCKERY
Oral-, Lanilng & On, and KimiiMt May
Form a Partnrralilp.
A copartnership between Gear,
Lausiug ife Co. aud Emmott May
has boon formed to conduct a gen
eral insurance business in the isl
ands. Mr. May will act as manager
of tho now partnership and will
open ofllccs iu tho Judd building
ns soon as the block is roady for
The companies represented by
tbo firm i'loludo the Greenwich
(fire) Insurance Co. of Now York,
Norwich Union Fire Insurance
Society of England, tho Germania
Lifo Insuratico Oo. of New York,
that now has over $1,000,000 or
lifo insurance now in force in the
islands, the Canton Insurance Of
fico, Ltd., tho wollkuown marine
insurance writers of Hongkong,
anxl the Pacific Surety Company
of San Francisco that sells fidelity,
plate glass and boiler insurance.
These companies are wellknown
in tho busiucss community and
have a liboral patronage.
Tho offices will bo on tho Mer
chants street side of the Judd
building, sepurato and distinct
from the general officod of Gear,
Lansing tfc Co. Mr May is very
favorably known to people of Ho
nolulu having enme to tho island
about two your ago as the special
representative of the Germuuiu
Lifo Insurance Company.
Tl Tariff ! wi Soon.
A liquor man, representing ono
of tho largest houses on tho I'u 'iho
Coast, arrived in Houo'ulu in the
Rio do Janeiro. He is on his
way to China and Japan, and has
just dropp-d in here to roamin
ovet one stoamer. In a talk with
him this morning ho made the
following remarks: "You are
naturally VBry anxious about tho
tariff hore. Well, 1 believe you
will recoive news by the Australia
that the tariff laws are to be put
in fbrco hero immediately. We
liquor ra'en havo had occasion to
watch tho indications very caro
fully, and I think I will not miss
my guess very far."
We awoke to a realizing sense of
your "pilikia" months ago, and
have since been systematically at
work searching through lines of
samples, as we could procure them,
(any old thingwon't satisfy us when
buying), for just what we desired.
At last we have accumulated a stock
which we are willing to submit to
you. Pure, delicious teas they are,
in the old-fashioned lead-lined chests.
Teas that we'll sell to you by
honest sixtcn-ounce weight."
Teas that you may examine in
broad daylight before you hand your
Teas that have never been
"manipulated" since they left the
Can Get It
I at I
Arrival in Port This Morning With
Rear Admiral Kaiitz.
Had Very Rough Trip from San Diego WI
Remain Here About a Week List of
Officers- Point Abouts Ibe Hen.
The U.S. F. S. Philadelphia,
Captain Edwin Whito command-
iug, arrived in port this foronoon,
en routo from San Diego, Gal , to
Apia, Samoa, tho scono of tho re
cent trouble between tbo Mntaafa
nnd Mali i' ton factious.
The Philadelphia loft San
Diego on tho 81st of January.
Rough weather waB met with,
heavy seas beiug oncountored to
within two duys of port. This
mado tho trip a most disagreeable
According to tho present calcu
lations the Philadelphia will bo
bore about n week. During that
time, the tuou will clean thosbip'e
bottom as far down as possible to
preparo for tbo lone voyaco to
Samoa. Tho work of coaling will
(jo on at the samo timo, but this
may bo delayed a littlo in conse
quence of tho fact that tbo Oregon
is using the regular ligbtors to fill
her bunkers with coal.
The flagship's ordors aro to
mako Apia at the earliest date
possible and Bear Admiral Albert
Kauz, commanding tho Pacific
Station and now on tho Philadol
phia, will do everything with an
idea to dispatch.
Hoar Admiral Kautz, commander-in-chief
has for his staff offi
cers, Lieut W G Miller,J7lag Liou
tonant and Ensign D F Sellers,
Flag Secretary. Tho other offi
cers aboard tho Philadelphia are
Captain Edwin Whito, Com
Lieut Cora dr. T H Stovens, Ex
Lieut P V Lausdilo, Navigator.
Liout G W Brown.
Lieut n A Field.
Lieut (Jr Grade) F H Brown.
Ensign J B Monaghan.
Naval Cadet J F Babcock.
Naval Cadet D O flauraban.
Naval Cadot G O Sweet.
Naval Cadet G T Pettiugill.
P A Surg G A Lung.
Asst Surg H E Odell.
Paymaster J B Stanton Fleet.
Chief Enc A B Bates Fleet.
P A Eur W W Bush.
Ast Engr B K MoMorris,
1st Lieut Marines O M Porkius
Pay Cl.'rk O G Imkett.
Pay Clerk J J D lo -Floot.
Aotg B-u J S Croghou.
Actg Gunner C E JstTo.
Actg Ca p 'liter J A Barton.
Captain W nte, Niwal Oadutu J
F Uabcock, D O Haumhau, G C
Sweet, G T Petiinyill, Chief En
gineer A B !$.( and Assistant
Eogineor B E MuMorris are tho
now mou in tho Philadelphia.
Tho others wore aboird on her
IdHt visit hem.
There aro but 230 men iu tho
crew of tho Philadelphia. The
full complement is 310, Over
thirty mou deserted i Sau Diego.
Others were gotten at tho last uio-
mont but not enough to umkn up
the full complement.
Hade from Pure Grape Cream
Albert Paki Kapaehaole Dies After Ling
Was Leader In Politics During the Monarchy
Highly Respected Citizen and
Member ol the Bar.
Lahaina, Fob. 10 Albert Paki
Mnpaohaolo diad at bis rosidouco
at Hnlawn, Molokai, on Tuesday,
February 7th, aged about 40 years
old, and by his death ono of tbo
ablest of Molokai's nativo born
sous is removed from this earth.
He spent six mouths last yoar
in Honolulu under the treatment
of soma of Honolulu's ablest phy
sicians, Drs. F. L. Minor and G.
Waldo Burgcs and others; but
they wero unabio to discover tbo
real cause of his trouble. Last
Decombcr ho and his family ro
moved to their old homestead at
.Halawa whore ho lingered until
death called him away.
Mr. Paehaolo receivod a good
education in tho Hawaiian Com
mon schools nnd spent about six
months nt tho Boynl school which
was tho only English education
ho received, but like many of tho
leading Hawaiiaus of today, ho
understood the English language
Witu xUr. L. A. Thurston, ho
ran on the Reform ticket from tho
Island of Molokai in 18SG and
both woro elected. Again in 18lJ0
be roproeented Molokai in tho old
Logislaturo under tho Monarchy.
Whilo thoro he was considered
ono of tho ablest Hawaiian do
bators in tho Houso. He was
likowiso considered an orator of
no mean ropulo as many leading
Hawaiians of today will readily
accord him that honor. His de
livery wns fine and porsuasivo.
Sinco tho downfall of tho Mo
narchy in 1893 Mr. Paehaole es
poused tho Boyalist cause, but his
motivos wero puro aud sincere nnd
ho nover allied himself with
the unprincipled set of his party.
Sinco tho passage of tho Joint
Resolution of annexation, lid
apprehended tho tido of affairs
aud submitted to tho inevitable
recognizing that tho monarchy
was gone forovor, and that the
Great Bopublio has to come stay.
Of a quiot and amiable disposi
tion, over hospitable nnd opon
hoarted, his homo at Halawa was
over open to visitors and Btrnng
ers, nud tboBO who havo enjoyed
his hospitality will never forgot
tho kind troatmunt accorded thorn
whilo under his roof.
Boforo entering politics, Mr.
Paehaolo taught schooMn Hawai
ian in his nativo district. Thoro
was no untivo moro esteemed and
respected by all the natives of
Molokai than Albert Paki Pae
haolo aud his ndvico was sought
by the poor natives of his nativo
Island. Mr. Paohaolo was admit
ted to practice iu all the Courts of
this Bopublio aud ho was nt his
death a member in good standing
of tbo Hawaiian bar.
Ho leaves a wife nnd au only
daughtor, MrB. Jns. N K Keole,
sovoiul grand children, three
brothors, a sistor, and a largo cir
cle of friends to mourn his loss.
Ho was worth cousidorable pro
pcrty on Molokai, Maui, nnd
Oahu, and for many yoars he sup
plied paiais to tho Lepir Sottlo
inont ut Molokai.
Lancaster, Pa., Fob. 2. Miss
Hester Parker who was bonso
kfopor for Prosidont Buchanan
hero unci nt Washington during
his administration, ditd this morn
iog from old ago. Sho was in her
Ktiw Man at Dluuiunil llrail.
Captoin Christian has been put
on at tho Diamond Head signal
station in place of tho man who
substituted Charlie Poterson.
Ouriatian has been at his post
He Leaves an Estate of Par Yalue of
Three Senior Sons-ln-Law are Executors
Children and Grandchildren are Pro
vided for Handsomely.
Tho last will and testament of
tbo late Herman A. Widemanu
was filed, with a potitiou for its
admission to probato, this forenoon
by his eons-in law, H. B. Macfar
lane, F. W. Macfarlftno and J. M.
Dowsett, executors named therein
with a request that thoy bo allow
ed to act as such without being
required to furnish any surety or
sureties on their bond or bonds.
Tho real estate is valued nt
93,120, being composed as fol
lows: Homestead premises, Pu
uuhou, $1G,000; Edmburg pro
mises, Queen streot, S18.000: Pan
theon premises, Fort ami Hotel
streets, $21,900; taro lands, Wni-
kiki, $5200; balf Olobena, Kauai,
The personal estato is valued at
$ICG,900, consisting ob follows:
Bonds O. K. & L. Co., S78.f00;
bills receivable, estimated, $00,
000; Waianao Co., 215 shares,
$21,000; household furniture,
SG00O; live stock, $000; carriages,
To Mary Kaumana Widomonu,
tho widow, is given the homo
Blond nnd furnishincs, freo nud
,clear of all taxes, iusurnuco aud
liko charges, for tho term of her
life. At her death this noes to
tho residuary estate. In the
meantime, if she decide not- to
continue to reside' in the homo
stead, its contents may bo sold by
tho trustees aud tho not proceeds
go into tho residuary estato.
Tho childron and their spouees
aro by namo bequeathed various
articles paintings, jewelry, rep
lies, otc. Portraits of Kameba
ruoha Y, Quoon Liliuokalaui and
Princess Likolike, "ivory Kula
kaua walking stick," "Queen
Emma book stand," nud Euro
penn works of art aro in the ist.
All tho remainder of bis estate,
or tho rosiduary, is devised to the
exocutors as trustees to inniu.go.
They aro to pay Mrs. Widemann
nu annuity of $8000, or the whole
of tho iucomo wheuover it may
fall below that amount in any
yoar. The surplus is to bo paid
in oqunl shares to his seveu
daughters and two sods. Iu caso
of any of thorn dyiug in tho life
timo of tho widow, nnd leaving
children, tho sbaro shall go to
81 oh children.
Upon a further trust Emma,
wifo of H. B. Macfarlauu, is to re
coivo $10,000, or if sho die bofcro
the testator or before bis widow, it
shall bo paid to her heirs.
. Pattio, widow of tho late O. O.
Borgor, is bequeathed $15,000,
undor similar provisions as to
Emilie, wifo of Fred. W. Mac
farlane, recoivos S50C0, nnd Miu
na, wifo of John M. Dowsott,
810,000, uudor tho same provi
sions. The trustees aro to hold $20,-
000 in trust, to pay tho incomo
thoroof to Alwoino, wifo of Chris.
Couradt, and to her children in
enso she dies leaving any. A simi
lur devise is mado to Gertrude,
wife of William Lanz. To Uuna
Widemanu is given tho incomo of
Hermann Widemann is givon
tho iucomo 'of $20,000, but tho
trnstooB in thoir discretion may
pay him tho principal.
Carl Widemann is apportioned
tho income of $15,000, to be used
in discharging any obligation held
against him by tho Waianao Com
pany, with powor to tho trustees
to pay him tho entiro principal.
If tho residuary otnto shtll not
bo sufficient for theso devispH to
tho children, tho sums devise!
shall bo reduced in equal propor
Auy Burpius attor satiHiyiug
ST. ANDREWS' CATIIIiDRAL. Onln.
quacesliru Sunday, Feb. ia: 6:oo, Analna
llemnlele; 7:00, Holy Communion; 11:00,
Morning Prayer and Srrmon; 3:10, Pule
Vilahlj 7:30, livening Prayer and Sermon.
N. H. Next WeJnKj.iv ! the first il.iv
of Lent, commonly calleJ Ash Wednesday.
KtxmGANizr-n Oilmen nn insns
CllHIST.--Services In Mlllbnl Hall, rear
of Opera House, next Sunday as follows :
10 a. m. Sunday bcliool; preaching in
Hawaiian 11 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Preach
ing In lingllsh at 7:30 p. in. by Elder
U. W. Greene ; subject, " Repentance."
All are cordially invited to come and hear.
tho foregoing trusts shnll bo
divided among gnmdchildrpu
born beforo tho death of the
hint survivor of thorn the testator
and his wifo nt $1000 each or
equal proportions of that amount.
Tho trustees aro authorized to
coll any of tho e6lut, real or por
sonnl, without applying for lt-ave
to any court, jndgo or tribunal for
leavo or conQrmatiou
In case of tho clout h, resigna
tion or incapacitation of any of
tho Irustops, his placo raiy bo fill
ed by on appointment iu writing
mado by tho testator dauuhtois
Emma Mocfarlane, Pattio Berger,
Emilio DIncfarlanc aud Minua
Tho will was oxocut d at Hono
lulu, Juno 2, 1897, in presence of
Henry Holmes aud A. C. Love
kin. Tho now Sunday paper
Volcano will bo out tomorrow,
his itiioTiJi;u ix tiik No.it.vi.
McMlt-lt 11 f the IliulPnvor Grta
Mart .ri nt Tlil I'ort.
Capt. Win. 1. MoAUott of the
schooner Eudeavor that arrived
in port yostordny is a brother of
Captain MoAUott of tho Nnmid
found wrecked on the Hawaii
Capt. McAllelt snyn, "Wo of
course had pr.icticallx givon my
brother's ship up for lot but
hardly expected to go; tin- defiuito
news of them from tho
coaet of Hawaii. It seems
likoly that the Nomad passed
safely the- daugers oft tho Japan
islands, but later ran into a storm,
tripped nud went over. Sio doubt
less iloitcd into tho Northeast
trades and was carried to tho
coast of Hawaii. Only ouch be
fore during his seafaring lifo had
my brother lnk-n bis family with
Captain lUrltrr to Waliilua.
Through tho courtesy of i. F.
Dillingham Captain Birker and
ollicors of the Owuon. tho Amor.
icau Bopresoutativc H, M. Sowall,
Major LangDtt, Captaiu Lydig
and others, numbering nhout
thirty in all, wont to Wamlua iu a
spouinl oar this morning. They
will return this afternoon. The
excursion wns gotten up for Cap
Nclmllit anil Irli Coining.
Tho Suindin and Iris aro on
their way from Hilo to this port.
This report was brought by Cap
tain Pedernen of tho Noeau. Tho
two steamers should bo in thia
Thn criokot match is off.
Highest Honors World's Fair
aold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
K Pure Qrapc Cretin of Taitar Powdtr.
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