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8 HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. TUESDAY. JANUARY -SEMI-WEEKLY. OiiRHED BUT Every Effort Made To Jra V press Upon Him the Dan ; ger To His Wife of the Joyride Across Atlantic SHUNNED BRIDE X S ; LIRE A LEPER Physicians and Nurses Des cribe Yonng Husband Ya - riously As a Boor, Callous i Husband and Tightwad (From Suaday Advertiser.) ' Rivalling in hnman interest the reci tation ef the allegations contained in Ve petition of Mm. Knight, tie grand mother of the Smart infant, whose eus tn.lv ia-ow tieink fought fof between Ka TiBtitlonM- and the father," are th' affidavit which accompany ft and whrch were filed in Judge Matthew ' man 'a court :lat week. The affidavits mmpiv ttie details of the inhuman crux-l ty alleged rft the petition, and are signed by ih who had as intimate, . inside knowing of conditions ia. the Hmart household from the ,day the 1,ri,l.mother first showed signs of tho mm, which was to carry her off un til her .ashes were consigned, back to the earth at Waiaraea. .. . The first affidavit is that of Pr. F. F: (Uodeman of Honolulu, who treated Mrs. Smart for plenrisy, which inter, dire to the- exposures forced upo bet bv her hnsband, resulted in active tu Wenlosis and death. Doctor ' Hedo- mnnti waa Mrs.' Smart's physician af . tef 'marriage and one of the physicians ffilatimr at the birth of the first chil.l. Kit-hard Smart, in whose Inter ests the sensational litigation has been launched. The physician states that prior to Mrs. Smart's departure for the Cosst, an what was to be her last . trip alive, she showed no clinical signs nf h bleurisv from ' which she had been ill, but, the affidavit adds: ' Plain Warning ta Husband . Deponent, hearing however, that It waa the intf ntioa af Henry ttalUard - ftmart, the husband of sai'd Annie T. K. Parker Smart, te take' here from Honolulu to Paris, she-having at the -time an Infant child about seven months of age and being then pregnant and expecting another child within fonr , months, ' .deponent - explained to said Henry Oaillard Smart tBa danger of taking bis wire to a plae where the alimatie conditions were such as de ponent knew end Smart knew to exist in Paris. ' '."' 'Dcponent . atatet to said Smart, who." was a man. of considerable med u al.'juowltvWe. far mora than ia ordin arily the ease among persons who have not made tne prseure ( 01 nicuicni trofession, that eighty" to ninety out hundred cases of pleurisy were bthereular in their nature; that per ron with, Hawaiian blood in their veins having been so afflicted were particularly subvert to tulierculosis nnt. advised and suggested to said Fmsrt that he tefrain from taking bit wife to Paris until she was fully rc eovared. flmftrt'a ''ExPreased'' Intention "That it was the expressed inton tion of Smart at this time to take his klff to California and deponent made no particular obieetioa to this course urovided that Mrs. Smart wan taken . to a place in California whore the -li mat suited ber eonditiou ami where he. could have the best of me.lii-al am. surgical skill at her command." Recommend sd Coast Physician Doctor Hcdemann recommended con sultations-with Doctor Kmaia K. Yil lelta. of '-Kin Mateo, a. well known nhwiriaa . of v'alifornia. wha likewise advised aeaiost the trip to Paris Kesnita which advice, Smart left in three week for Paris.' Of thiH the Honolulu physician's aftVlavit muvsi Knew Probable Effects That at the time when said Smart took his wife and child to Paris afore said, he well knew, as deponent is in formed and verily believes, that she was sick" and in a proearionn condition from a physical standpoint, well knew the'posaibilitles that might result from the attack of pleurisy from which she LsiL onlr recently recovered, and well keew lhat. thn ,lipuitic conditions of the eltv1 to whiMi they wera going . would be of such, a character as to lie Antriu-.iMllv liiiuriou to a person who ba.l any tendency toward tulierculosis, but that notwithstanding all of tai - kuowledae the said Smart, as ileponeii is informed and verily believe, took ' hi wife to Pari aforesaid and there arrived in or about the month of March, 1014. Sn-.trt Family Tnbercular , .' 'The .' depouent. ia well acquainted with Kichard Smart whoso giiunliau hip is sought in these proceedings. . "Xbaf while.in the City of Honolulu the said Kichafd fimart has been, whei. avgr necessary) under the profi-naiclnal PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. V f AZO OINTMENT is guaranteed '.i euro any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piloe in 6 to : 14 days or money refunded. -Made by PARIS MEDICINE CO.. Baint Louis u. a A, .... ' arc of deponent a -. hi . pnjslolan. hnt deponent -is Inrormriii and vcriiy : iH'lieves the fnmily history of the said, Kichard Hmart i parr is as follows: : His-mother recently died of tubercu losis an did bis -sister, then an Infant child of about tn age of three months, ud that members of the family of the ml Kiehard Hmart rather hove been likewise so afflicted.'' Eacond Trvt slonal Warning The affidavit of Dr. Emma K. Wil- tet the physician to whom Smart was referred and who is an - old family friend, having known, Thetroa sinoe her childhood, shows . the . extreme pains taken to impress upon Smart the dan. ger ta his wife of b'ji proposed J'joy rida" to Paris. - After having ' had X-ray plates made to demonstrate the resenre of plenrisy ia Mr. Smart's nng, Doctor Willeta , fergned against the Paris trip, , , ' v "I told them that it was a very un wise thing for taewi to make this trip," she rays.' which advice she re peated in an effort ta Torre Smart to appreciate Thelma '' condition. Aa Physician and iTiend , . - "Thev, of " eonrsa, went .ahead with their preparations and. went, to Paris just as thev had at first planned. The result was exactly what I feared it wonl.l be. I spoke absolutely plainly to -them, and as earnestly aa I would speak to any patient.- It was my con viction that Thelma 'g life was in dan ger, and I told them it was. a very vrent risk. I mnde it as plain as pos sible, and advised them in the strong est terms' t could.' . I was not ' oaly Thelma ' physician- but her friend, and was very fond of aer. . I told them that in the conditio aha was ia and knowing the conditions of tho East snd the conditions she would have to face in Paris, they were taking great risks." ';. : . It was neeeerary for her to have every bit of strength that she . could obtain for ber confinement. Her pow er of resistance should have been in creased instead of .being lessened. Smart a Boor v I first sow Mr. Smart in the Isl ands before he married Thelma. Be fore that I had heard that Thelma had met him on the uteamer and that quite an attackment nat . sprung up. un meeting him I was not favorably im pressed with him. for no special reason that I know. It ia just a one sometimes forms an unfavorable opinion.- I sim ply did not rare fof him. . At that time they were not married. Mrs. Knight was very much disturbed shortly afterwards because she realised the trend of affairs, namely, that they were going to get married soon.? "She felt that Thelitis' social ex- pcrnenres were so meager . that ' she etiKht not to make a decision without knowing a little bit mora. Mrs. Knight came in to me one evening tremendous ly njiset and disturbed. Snart'a Influeaca . "She said that she had exacted from Thelma a promise to come bark to 8aa Francisco with her and then be .mar ried. She had . gone out, " however, with "Mr. Smart and in fifteen minutes came back and said to . her mother, We are going to be married in July.' Mrs, Knight felt the influence of the man over Thelma.- She was very much staggered, and after that had absolute ly no power with the child. . She said to me, 'just think or my baby giving me ber word and in fifteen minutes coming back ' and ' faying that they wopld be married.' The effect of this incident -on mv nvnd was to snbetan tiate my opinion of Smart which I bad formed in the beginning. I felt that he had a dominating personality, to define it more, clearly. Aa Unformed Girl I know Thelma before her mar- riago as aa informed girl, ehe was always directed by her mother. . She always impressed me as being of a rather plastic nature and very re served. - Thelitis had a few intimate friend among the cirls. of her own age.' and I think she was faithful and -constant in ber friendship. If she disliked any one such dislike would be expressed by indifforeneo towards that person. Snda and TJamanered " I understand that at the hotel i Honolulu before the marriago thers were some stormy interviews betweea Mrs. Kul'bt and Mr. Smart, and it al ways ended in Mrs. Knight's otter de feat. Mrs, Knight lined to come into the room cryiug and tell me and Mrs. Winrh, who was at the hotel, what she had said to Mr. Smart. The. is sue was always the question of aa early marriage. Sli said that Mr. Smart was exceedingly rude and disrespectful to ber. "Thelma was in Mr. Smart s com pany every day while I wua there. His altitude towards nor seemed to be that of iust a casual acquaintance. looked Vper), him as a very unformed. ill-mannered boy. He did not exam vise the little courtesies that . every tfeiitliunan - would. For instance, if Mrs. 'Knight came into the room he never ud to tine, and lie was very crude. You felt innately that he was not a gentleman, i made this remark to Mrs. Knight and Mm. Winch when they were rritieizinir him, and I said 'I think be knows no better. Ha baa not bad any eoelul experience.' Selfish Indifference "I feel now, however, that he did know better, and that thev were right and I was wrong. Mr. Hmart seemed absolutely indifferent to his wife's re lations, lie absolutely lacked social bility. My Arst opinion was that , he miht be a boy that has been brought up in a very smtii) town in straighten ed rirruiQKtance, but afterwards 1 be lieved that his attitude was simply one of arrogauce and indifference. 1 never new so young person show the traits that be did. Third Prof en'ona! Warning "j On top of the advice given by Doe tor llrdemuun and Doctor Willets, third warning whs given to Smart by Mr. Anna l. Davenport of San, Fran cisco, who Kpecialies in tulierculosis diuituoHiii y tlie employment of X-ray plates. She added ber advice to' that already given that the proposed "trip to' Curix would bo dangerous for j the young wife. "It wua clear to me," she ftayt in her affidavit, "that the Woman's Iniigs were iu such bad sbupe that she cli'nold not go so far an Paris.' 1 thought that xhe ought not to takethd trip until lie had soiim treament, I thniicdit the IniigH were bad. I did not think tiiey were so bud but that, JiKNRY Q. SMART Thi Wi Hia "Bridegroom Pic- ' We'V Supplied ht Press on Eve of Ilia Marriage. . FIRST ROUND IN FIGHT FOR CHILD LOST BY FATHER The first round la the .fight for the custody of the -mtnor -child,. Richard Smart, 'son of Heary O. Smart and the late Thelma Parker Smart, which ha begua between Mrs. Knight, the child ' grandmother, and Smart, the- father, has been wen by Mrs. Knight, . . . An order of the court, issued Thurs day at Kailua, gives the' rare and mis tody of the child te Mary Ana Lemon, pending the determination of the ac tion. The order sets March S as ths date for a .hearing before Judge Mat tbewman, wbea Smart will have to show cause whv the child should not be taken from film permanently. In the .meantime- Smart is directed to refrain and desist" from exercising pr assuming any control-over said minor or removing aim from or without the jurisdiction ef this eonrt, subject only to the further order or this court."-.. Kinney CKuurdlaa ad Xdtam . This order was served upon smart late Thursday .night .while on Hawaii. Another order ' signed by the judge made W, A. Kinney, attorney for Mrs. Knight, guardian, ad litem of the child. DenXta Everything ? , v Smart came bank from Hawaii yes terday' : and Jcaref oily hid himself from reporters, ,'prcenmably at the home of Col Sam Parker, lie was found tot minute;, but the only statement- be wmld ' make waa a .'blanket denial of the- sensational', charges preferred against hinu ; - , - ;' s 'They are ail untrue, V be said, re ferring to these, charges. ;' . i ' Urea test Interest -attends Ibe next step te be taken la the sensational Vgal flaht. .Should Smart file the will far probate, m vis ." understood that tttf. Knight-is ready te wag a battle te have the instrument set aside,' .en' the ground that it was executed by the de ceased Thelma Parker 8mart ander con ditions of vadua influence. ' if the proper-Attention ' waa given, she could - not pull Vout'Of it, But I thought that-if they .were going, -to Europe,- tbey .ought to put it off until she had proper treatment. -1 did not see Mrs. Smart again, but I saw Mr. Smart when he tame the next after noon by appointment. -. f , '- Mad Ko Xmprasaioa My impression was that I did not succeed at all la making any impres sion on him. That was the way it looked to ma. ' It had no other effect than, bit saying that the doctors told bim Jhat be bad tuberculosis ten years age anq fnert ae was new, anq mai was the only answer I cos Id get out or. hint. lie did not dispute my state ment that she bad tuberculosis er say tbat I was mistaken. The way: it looked to me was that he did aot' be lieve what I was telling him, and that be was going to take her away -any way. That was the impression 1 got." '. " . He impressed me as being totem gent, as distinguished from being dull or stupid; but the impression be U-tt en me was that he did not believe my story. The impression ' left on- my mind was ' tbat he questioned what I showed bim in the pistes. "Absolute rest in cases of tbat kind is the most ' important thing. I did absolutely all J could to prevent bim from 'going, without putting myself in position where I could be charged with being officious. As I recollect it, I made it very ttrong, that ber lungs were in bad shape and ' she should not go away." Kefuaed t Help Dying Wife ' How Smart refused to either help or comfort bis dying wife is related in the affidavit of Chritsiana M. Kirk Patrick, a nurse who was employed during Mrs.' Smart last few days The first day this nurse came, sba an! Mist. Dozier,-another nurse, were car ttyiag -Thelma front ber' sleeping porch to ber bedroom. , .. . -VI supported Mrs.flmart." says the afijaeC iI bad one hand under ' ber kaoes nd. the other. under her back and Miss Uo.ier was supporting . ber bead. : Miss 4o.ier said to Mr. Smart 'Will yon vupporfc ber-feet f He said 'I cannot,' ! have heart trouble 1 He did not have t6 Uft anv' weight, but Just to.'put his hands under ber feat and snpport-them,.1That was the first time noticed - ntrn. end I bnd then been" in the bouse about balf un hour "I got a dlntiuetly, unfavorable im uresslon -of bin, -vfeaeJilDg right to bis ' lharacter u a ' man. When he spoke of bating heart trouble, Mrs, Smart did not make any remark; but when we were bringing her back to ber sleeping can't yo porch,., she said: 'Daddy, you do- souH'tningf ' Her body won very sensitive and she waa frightened of the movement lie was doiug nothing at the time he was asked to lift her feet but just He made no reply to ber watching. remark.,- She . was then verj li:k a dying woman.''- ; , "When she said;' Daddy, can t yon helii t it was ia th nature of an ap peal to bim ber eyes were, large snd luminous When she made It, When he made ne reply 'there was a took ' on her faee'of pain-and disappointment. It would have )e-n a help if he had done what was asked of him. lie was just ts keep her feet from touching anything,- because she waa so sensitive, and there was no weight at all -. for bim to earry. -, ' . . ' . . . There was probably half 'an honr between the time M)s Dorier asked him to help when we took her from the sleeping porch to' make ber ' bed fresh, and the time when we brought her bank and aba made her epeal .to Rim. ' I was very ninth surprised tbat be did not do anything in rvpoe to hot request, " I V got the impression that be lacked something that is found in moat ; normal persons. ' He Struck me, aa a man larking force of ehar- acter. -y . .,; Wanted Mother t Bt4i-e Child - , r Miss Kirkpatriek relates in ber affidavit a nnmlier of small neglects on the part of Smart, each of which, however, had its effect npon the dying girl.- "V;; ... v u.vv- : -v; ) wat this nurse that ThcMma stat ed that she wished her mother to have ber baby.t : ' , ... .i - --, . ',- Neglected, Wife.' for theatere ' Another affidavit. is b'.Miss Dozior, a nurse, who had known Thelma from the time she was eiuht years old Her statements tell of a series of mental cruelties inflicted by Smart Aipon hi Wife, whom, says the affidavit he con sistently, neglected. ; On the plea that he bad' been told tbat be had tubercu losis and must beas much in the open air as possible, he would rarely stay at home, but, ".instead of being ia - the air, folldAftig ' bv. doctor's directions, be very toften wen (s to the matinee at the Orpbeum, which would be the Worst thing possibba for him." ' Dying Wife Afraid of Hln ' Mrs. Smart was afraid of her" bus band, says Miss Dor.ier.-: On pne oc casion) sbo, the nure, wished to tell SmaH tbat he should be more consid erate of bis wife's feelings, ttut Thel ma asked that this reproof be not giv en, 'No, Miss Dor.ier, pies so do not." she said, "because I , have sev eral times told mother things and dill baa found it out and be has been, per fectly 'furious." . - " ' y "Mr. Smart seemed to have Thelma right nnder - his thumb,", explained the affiant, later on in her, statement. Natnra-Uy Cnal - , . ' , . Beforring te what Mrs. fKnight at leges ia the danger -of leaving tho baby grandson jn the custotty of its father, Miss Dosier says: . - "1 would not like to say that J think that Mr. Smart ; would make away with the (bild, but I de feci that tho child would be cruelly treated if left la his csre, . I .think be would give it very little care, and would disc ipline it very, -very erueiiy. -- think ft is Bis nature to be cruel and 'indifferent - to the. sufferings and rights of others,".-i . .. . , ,, , . t ..- -, Big i Island "Sportsmen Will Dis- . cuss i Plans To feet More -i . Benefit Out of Aquatics ; vL When the annual,'meetug of ihe llilo Yacht Club is held this pionth, say the Hawaii HerefcJ, many knportant mat' tera Will be taken no besides the elee tiou of the officers of tie organisation. The bylaws will be discussed, and it is possible that some changes will be made in them. - There Js also some talk or a woman's auxiliary being formed and run in the same manne the uuv rigger Club in HonoIhUi. This, it is felt, would be a good move, as nnder the present charter the, ladies cannot become members. It isrfelt tbat if an auxiliary srere. formed, hours -of certain days eould be devoted te their visiting the clubhouse with their children. One of the most important, if not absolutely ' the most . important matter that will be-taken tip, is tne proposi tion to turn tne eiun iato a real dosi ilub and to make a start on rowing. It was with this idea; that the club originated a couple of iyesrs ago. It was thought at tbat tifie that rowing would be takea un iu a Very short time after the formatioa of jtbe club. Two years have passed, and. there is no sign' of auy rowiug being done or any enance or a barge . being ' purcnasea. The Honolulu people thought, that- long ere this a llilo crew would be in being and that the Crescent -City would be represented at the annual regatta on Honolulu harbor. r ' There was an oppdrtunity some months aeo to Purchase a good barge from' the I'uiuieue Athletic Club, but some difficulty arose arid the deal fell through. This is deplored by those who desire to sea HUo oarsnien at work iu the bis regatta every year. ' - it is felt that there are some excel . . . . . . lent young athletes ini HUo and the country districts, and that ail they ueed is some instruction from a competent coach, liurd training; would do the nsi, sou men - jiawau vsriuieu wuuiu be seen in aetloa every September. A. M. Webster, who has worked hard for the Hilo club, ia heartily in favor of starting the rowiug game' ia llilo. lie declares that the club without rowing facilities is only half a- club; and that it is not fulfilling its mission. The row ing' game should be fostered, said the well-kuowN sportsman, aud at the an nual meeting something-should be done to Lookt the game along. - . . FOOTBALL PAYSj AT PENN : The report of the treasurer of the ITniversity of Pennsylvania A. A. for the season endlnir December I, Jl14, shows. tbst foottiail and'tiaskatball were the only sports which', paid expenses. The net merits from tlie eriillron con tests woro $43,00i, wbije the basketball showed a profit of a Httle more than , RITCHIE GETTINgTaT 'The latest reports' about Willie Uitchie, ex lightweight Champion of the woi-lil, say that lie is ales ana round, weivhs in the vii-iuity .of 1 AO pound and keeps piling on tlio welKht. Willie will soihi be ready to east bis chances with the heavyweight eluss. - DEFENDANT IN STARTLING SUIT BRANDS ALL CHARGES AGAINST HIM AS UNTRUE Husband of Late Thelma Parker, Ilere From Hawaii Gives - To The Adviertiser First Authoritative Statement Regarding : ; Brought By His Mothcr-InUvlA .Kailua , "t.:-, .ivAV-'- rt "--t-.' . ?.''.;.'.--' :'; .- -'' (From Moaday-Advertiser.) "':-'-'k1 ' ;.;v, . MA A'.VO rtrt appjfil to'the people not Jo pfai judqmen ion him until hcjiqs had an pptunityjq prt.MnthU 9i(U of ilic case, llcnry (laillard Sma'rjatcfyi$ d'rfe tiser a statement tcrtldff, thc rfirsf one he has maV? for publication since tRe sensational suit was i instituted for the cu'stodu of his chitd bt Mrsi Elizabeth J Knight, moth er of the deceased. Thelma. Parker Bmatt '-J-: Unfair; and unwarranted hecdlls 'thif; accusations made aqainst hfmj and 'asserts that then emanate from those who hare alkays fel.hiticrlu toward him) and who are now engaged in fighting him :IIe d6es;no deny speei ficallff any 'of the charges, nor does he discuss them except as a whole. At the earliest possible mdment his side of the ease will be presented,' he said yesterday ' and "until that time he would hare the public refrain from forming any opinion onihe merits of the'ease : V"M;'r;-tV'i STATEMENT MADE BY YOUNO 'SMART i'v V-'-v-'.. -' ; .'' :.-r ..- ,i ; .-.-.. :j.'W-:r . Jlchws hi statement as it tea written and present ed ;by him to The Advertiser 'peterdqtfA Thc;tiaemeht shbtb the marks of. considerable revision, ichich suggests that young Smart deliberated brer it and,iceighed and tested each word with a mind any imprudent inore. This is i ' ' ; I wsr allocked and grieved when, upon Ending it Mo- ; nolulu, Saturday; ,1 .wag confronted with the published peti-" 1 ' ,t, . tion and affidavitt which to unfairly and unwarrantedly at- - :' - tack me; :,','':.i;' aj;': 1. 'ftffy 'V .-. ' All t ask, however, if that the; public will withhold ity: judgment and not form its opinion from statements made-;, and inspired by those 'who' ha vf always' hid the bitterest; . thoughts of me, and who are jibw ' fighting. me. My side of this case, as well as my side of the willtcorv C" test, shall be fully presented at th earliest moment, and the' ' ' whole matter submitted to, the courts. When this is done ; ',; , the people will be able to judge the matter fairly, and I feel -1 - that until then there should be ha pre-judging of the merits ' 'l of the controversy, nor do I believe there wiU be.;,,v . ,,f v ' : ; Vith this statement, Smdrtlsayi he. wilt remain- sil- cnt so far.as tfie publidt ConQCnied, uritiVhe appear in the circuit court a t Kailua Ilhwdii, to 'fight. HrMe cus- tn1f fit 1i!o flitlil Ttn!i1n V iii if r j itio ff' v frvfiovrv v ur published and attributed to )Jn this purported intervtevK he was represented '. as saying that he contemplated a- . .: . . a. I.: .... 'J to represent mm in jnc coneq( wr ino cimu u orcr ic PENIES HE WILL, EMPLOY MORE COUNSEL " lie gave emphatic denial he feels perfectly ai ease with h im notc-r-Thom pson, -Wilder, ; Stilvertori & Lymcr-rand has no intention of engaging other, j -. . ; .v The next round in the float probably will begin'wlien the will of Thelma Parker Smart is' filed: Jt could not bd learned yesterday when this the will for probate may be J I . .. A - A A 1 A - i J i lie contest to nurc trie temameni.sct ushic, on me mtvuw tion that it was executed when the' testatrix was in flu enced, by her husband. ";'' -' ;'.-1. , - 'i AFFIDAVITS THROW The affidavit h filed in for the custody of the child throw some light on the alle gations which will be made when the suit' is instituted against the will. They charge wanton cruelty, and the disregard of the advise of physicians in taking his wife to rarw, win a.vooincss loicara Thoracis oi cruelty alleged are numerous and are set out-alWLuth irtthc affidavits.-V:J:i-'".iX'f t:-" ' ; : 'ATTORNEY KINNEY IS XUE TODAY ' Attorney W.A: Kinney is expected this morning from San Francisco bu the steamer Sierra ' He will represent Mrs. Knight in the legal proceedings Mr. Kinney ha been in San Francisco, it is understood, for sereral weeks net ting affidavits from physician and .other who may be summoned Here later to take The ORIGINAL Acts like a Oharm te DIARRHOEA, . the enh SpsclAc In CHOLERA ane DYSENTERY. sel Dative In ,;t; ; - '0.-- ; It ' lMt' mm II : .' The eniy Jki'.in '.' fcks lnalB SMlaat Taatlaau aassasajilss sai tv. ib4 by all Chsml is t4Ua. 1lt, ays, 46. mx' vs. : r- on guard against making the..jstatementfo -i- f v. : " ' If 9 a-v evi s- vw j w vvirvu him Saturday afternoon. : hiring' additional legal I talent ' j i. 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MruaiMllesa, H. Atherton, Geo. P. Carter, P. M, ' Damon, F. C. Atherton, B A. Cook ! : COMMEBCIA1. AND 8AVINOS '. , DEPAHTMENT8. .. - ' '; Strict attention given to all I ranches of Banking.' juddldo, ronx ST. STJOAa TACTOSS, . SHIPPTKO AND , CPM1QS8IOM . MERCHAHTS XNSVKAKOB AQEN. Ewa Plantation Company, auon company, ( Agricultural C Ltd, a 8ngar f",LXA,' .r ... ' Waialna v Kohala Bugar Company, . v - Wablawa Water Company, Ltd. . j,, '-..- - -. .I. V' r ' ' Pnlton Iron Worirj ef St. IxinU, v - sancock wuoos oompany, . " Oreena Pnel ScoronJaer Company, Cfiae. C. Moore k Co Engineers.. Mataon JTivl ration Company .- - Tojro Kiaen Kaisna BU8INE83 CARPS. nONOUTT.Tl' 1R0I WORKU CO. Ms- chlnary of every detcrlptioo mads to rder '''v--i -,-f "... MRS. MATHILDA SEXTON QiES IK SAN FRANCISCO Aeeording te a wireless message re ceived by her daughter, Miss Mary Sexton, who is at present nursing Mrs. George P. Cooke and baby at the Molo- . sal ranen, Mrs. Mathilda fcexton, a resident for fofrty years of Iloholutii, died in Saa Francisco at the borne of -her daughter, Mrs. Iawrence If. Dee, on . January 8 t torn pneumonia, being seventy-six years of age at the tiirie of ber death. ; Mrs., Sexton, alTertionstely known here as "Qraodma" Benton, arrived in Honolulu some flfty years ago from the old country, rounding the Horn, in a' ailing vessel, and nursed in 'the Isl and! for tbirtyrflve years. ,' During her long and useful career, she visited all the ether -islands and 'made many friends, ber happy disposition .winning r her the love- and respect or an mose with whom she nmr in contact.' Hhe lived happily with I ir twe daughters, Mis Mary Sexton and Mrs. L. II. Dee, , for fortr years In Honolulu, going to Han Francisco when ber married daugh ter removed there with ber husband and children. V ; . 'j ' ' 1 Mrs. Bexton made several trips to Honolulu durine the last ten years. The last time she was here, she wat amines!' of &MlsevU4 Johnser at the Colonial Hotel.' Her preseuce at that time waa made-the occasion of sevsral reunions of old friends. . Mourning her loss, she leaves beside her two daughters, three grandulilldreu. Miss Mamy Dee, Miss Norsb Dim) and Arthur' Dee. . v ' -" '''' ' :- . - STRIKEN WITH PARALYSIS, -. TEAMSTER IS WITHOUT AID - James TUikIiss.. Int.. uinrur ytar in the emfdo?. of, tlis-dmt quartermaster as a teasistsr-aqiV lutr an employe of the Honolulu Iron Works in it ware house,, was found In a helpless condl- . tion in a lodging bouse near Iwilei yes terday morning, - Hughes was stricken with paralysis taut Friday end 'was unable to move or summoiK essistamto. It was by niere chance tbat he was discovered '. Yesterday by - one ' of the . lodgers, who notified the police, Hughes was. taken to the Queen 'a Hospital for trsatmeut. . s v V': r ' r f- i: A'' ! i 4 ML' iV '-. ' l :' -.: . . ... tf- - ' ' - : ' ..? 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