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HONOIiTJIiU. HAWAIIAN ISIiAlOTS, SATURDAY NOVEMBER
1S94.
PRICE: 5 CENTS.
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Business (Tarite.
The Hawaiian Safe
-ASI
INVESTMENT COMPANY
Offers for Sale at
Barsain
50 SHARES KADOKU STOCK
50 Shares II aw ail an Suar Com
pany Stock.
as Shares People's Ice Stock.
E-Casii paid for Government
Bonds, all issues.
3324-lw
C. BREWER & CO., LIMITED
Queen Street, Honolulu, H, I,
AGENTS FOR
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Onomea
Bnear Co., Honomu Sugar Co., Wailuku
Sugar Co., Waihee Sugar Co., Makee
Sugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co., Kapa
pala Ranch. m
Planters' Line San Francisco Packets.
Chas. Brewer & Co.'b Line of Boston
Packets.
Agents Boston Board of Underwriters.
Agents Philadelphia Board of Under
writers. 1.I9T OF OFFICERS:
P. C. Jones President
Geo. II. Robertson Manager
E F. Bishop Lres. and becy.
Col. W. F. Allen Auditor
fL M. Cooke )
Waterhousk. .. 5- . . . . Directors
C. L. Carter )
Castle & Cooke,
LIFE AND FIRE
AGENTS FOR
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company
OF BOSTON".
itna Fire Insurance Company
OF HARTFORD.
National Iron Works
QUEEN STREET,
Between Alakea and Richard Streets
THE UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE
nawi in mat a all kinds of Iron,
Brass, Bronze. Zinc and Lead Castings;
also a general Repair Shop for Steam
Engines, Rice Mills, Corn Mills, Water
Wheels, Wind Mills, etc. ; Machines for
the cleaning of Coffee, Castor Oil Beans.
Ramie, Sisal, Pineapple Leaves and
other fibrous plants ; also, Machines for
Paper Stock, Machines for extracting
8tarch from Maniock, Arrow Root, etc.
2T"A11 orders promptly attended to.
White, Kitman & Co.
3423-tf
M. E. Grossman, D.D.S.
D H: 1ST T I ST,
9? Eom strsit.
Deposit
inouiiiinuu
Business Car lis:
The Hawaiian Investment Co.
EGOTIATES LffASS ON
Eeal Estate and
Personal Propert)r
STOCKS AND BOIVDS
BOUGHT AKD SOLD.
DC"If you have Real Estate for Sale
we can find you a purchaser. I
'.I you have Houses for Rent we I
can find tenants.
GENERAL REAL ESTATE AGENTS
13 and 15 Kaahumanu Street,
3Iutual Telephone 639. NearPostoffice.
C. A. LONG,
NOTARY PUBLIC
15 Kaahumanu st. Telephone G39.
3311-6m
C. B. RIPLEY,
ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
ARCHITECTS.
Offici New Safe Deposit Building,
Hosoltjxu, II. I.
Flans, Specifications, and Superintend-
ence given for every description ox Ualld
lng.
Old Buildings successfully remodelled
end enlarged.
Designs lor Interior Decorations.
Maps or Mechanical Drawing, Tracing.
and Blueprinting.
9Drawines or Book or Newspaper
Illustration.
New Goods
A FINE ASSORTMENT.
TILES FOR FLOORS !
And for Decorating Purposes ;
Matttkq of all Kind 8,
Manila Cioars.
WING WO CHAN & CO.
No. fi NauBnu tro4.
265 1-q
The New Jewelry Store
503 Fort Street,
ABE PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE ANY
THING IN THEIR LINE.
Souvenir Spoons1!
a specialty. Also, on hand a fine stock
ol imported
JEWELRY.
EVERYTHING IN THE LATEST DESIGNS.
CTT aland orders promptly attended to.
P. O. BOX 287.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 463.
J Jj J.A.COBSON
PIONEER
Steam Candy Factory and Bakery
F. HORN,
Practical Confectioner and Baker,
20. VI HOTEL STREET.
3753-tf
HUSTACE & CG..
DSALSR8 IN
WOOD AND COAL
Also White and Black Sand which we
will sell at the very lowest market rates.
XJ Bell Telephonb No. 414.
J Mutual Telbphonb No. 414.
3493-1 v
THE
Merchants' Exchange
Will receive by the Australia this
morning
A FKES1I INVOICE OF
ENTERPRISE BEER !
ALSO-
OYSTERS FOR COCKTAILS I
3S08-tf
The Daily Advertiser, 75 cents a
Oiisincss (TarLis.
Viavi Remedies.
ILLUSTRATED TALKS EVERY
Saturday at 3 p. m., ut Viavi office,
King street, by Mrs. (J. (ial'oway.
3314 1593-tf
WILLIAM FOSTER,
Attorney at Law,
REMOVED to NO. 42 MERCHANT STBJiET.
BJ Jiuiuai icipiiODP oou. ooujs-im
awvr..i 1 o n rv oor t
a T'Tri'RMPV AT T A T7
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Office: Over Bishops Bank.
3692-ly
WILLIAU 0. PARKE,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
AM
Agnt to tak Aeknowlodgmvnta.
Owe lio. 13 Kaahumanu Street, Kono-
lulu, U. I.
H. R. HITCHCOCK,
Notary Public, Second Judiciary Circuit
II. I., KALUAAHA, MOLOKAI.
S8043m
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
IIAKDWARE,
Cutlery and GlaSSWare
307 Fort Street.
3575-ly
BEAVER SALOON,
FORT 8TREET, OPPOSITK WILDER 4 CO.'s
II. J. NOLTK, Proprietor.
First-class Lunches served with Tea, Cof-
lee, boda Water, Umger Ale or Milk.
"OPEN FBOM 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. M.
Smokers' Requisites a specialty.
CITY -:- CARRIAGE -:- COMPANY
Corner Kins and Bethel Streets.
Carriages at all Hours !
SyBoth Telephones 113.
3713-tf J. S. ANDRADE, Manager.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.,
Steam Engines,
Boiler, Haffnr 31111s, Coolers, Erata
and Iead Castings,
And machinery of every description made
to order. .Particular attention paid to
ships' blacksmithinc;. Job work excuted
on the shortest notic.
lewis & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
111 FORT STREET,
Telephone 240. P. O. Box 297.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Successors to Lewers & Dickson.
Importers and Dealers in Lumber
And all Kinds of Building Materials.
82 rORT STIIEET HONOLULU
JOHN T. WATERHOUSK.
Importer and Dely tr
No. 26-31 Queen Street, lioaoimo
M. W. McCHESNEY k SONS
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND DEALERS IN
Leather and Shoe Findings
HONOLULU.
AfFNTQ Honolulu Soap "Works Co.,
AVI 411 AU
Honolulu Tannery.
CONSOLIDATED
Soda Water Works Company, Limited
Esplamde, Corner Allen and Fort Sts.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
3710 looS-lv Agents.
H. HACKFELD a C0-.
General Commission Agents
Cor. Fort and Queen sts., Honolulu.
Massage.
TRS. PRAY WOULD ANNOUNCE
1YA that she will attend a limited num
ber of patients. Address at H. i.
Whitney'e, King st. ; Bell Telephone 7ft
OID GOULD HAVE TWO WIVES?
That Is the Story of a Late Tele
gram. FORGOTTEN DAUGHTER HIS A CLAIM.
Says That Her Mother Was the Multi
millionaire's First 1Vif No Dirore
Erer Issued Marriage Certificate. In
a vault Will Clo to the Courts.
HEYENNE, Wyo.,
Oct.2L The state
meut that the eld
est daughter of the
late Jay Gould,
millionaire and
railroad magnate,
is the wife of a
humble employee
of the Union Pacific Coal Company.
residing at Rock Springs, Wyo., will
be surprising news to the world, but
such is the claim of Mrs. B. F. Pierce
and there does not appear to be much
question that the lady has the proof to
establish what she claims.
Mrs. Pierce says that her mother,
Jay Gould's first wife, from whom it
is claimed he was never divorced, is
still living at Rouse's Point, Clinton
County, New York. According to her
story Jay Gould met his first wife, a"
Miss Sarah Ann Brown, at the little
town where the woman now resides,
and on the 16th of May, 1S53, the
couple were married in New York
City by Rev. Hanna, a Methodist
minister.
Mr. Gould was then comparatively
. rnor man. Tne coume uia not live
happily togetner ana Deiore a year oi
married life Mrs. Gould left her hus-
hnd and returned to Rouse's Point.
assuming her maiden name. She has
lived there in obscurity an these years,
but she claims that neither she nor
Mr. Gould ever secured a divorce.
On the 15th day of February, lSo4, a
daughter was born to Mrs. Gonld or
Mrs. Brown as she was ever after
ward known. When the child was 2
years of age her mother gave her in
adoption to James ana aiary juonon,
of St. Thomas, Canada. In 1866 the
Mortons moved to Hamilton, Caldwell
County, M., and it was there that
Miss Morton met Benjamin Franklin
Pierce, to whom she was married on
October 5, 1882.
Mrs. Brown never obtruded herself
upon her husband after leaving him,
but in 18S9, after the death of the
second wife, she called upon him in
New York and informed him of the
existence of their daughter, his eldest
child. Mr. Gould acknowledged the
claim and promised to make a settle
ment of a certain amount on the child.
This he failed to do.
The daughter never knew of her
relation to the Gould family until
after her marriage and removal to
Wyoming. She was led to believe by
her foster mother that her father was
dead, but knew of the existence of her
own mother, although she had never
had any communication with her.
Early In 1S91, Mrs. Brown, who had
lost all track of the Mortons and of
her daughter, began to trace her up
and located her at Rock Springs,
where Mr. and Mrs. Pierce had
spftlpil.
In July or August, ISO!, Jay Gould's
private car was in liocK springs, iur.
and Mrs. Pierce solicited an interview
with Mr. Gould, and a gentleman
renrpsnntincr himself to be that indi
vidual met them, and the case was
stated to him. The gentleman saia 10
them that if their statements were
true the best thing they could do was
to make them public.
Mr. and Mrs. Pierce now have rea
son to believe that it was not Mrs.
J AT COULD.
PipnH's father with whom they
talked, but Dr. Muun, Mr. Gould's
physician.
Mrs. Pierce's mother was informed
nf thfi interview, but she advised her
daughter to wait awhile and see if
Mr. Gould was disposed to do any
thing. She desired, it possible, to
prevent any publicity of the aflair.
After the deatli or Mr. uouiu in De
cember, 1892, Mrs. Brown came to
SV --fJ25 &y&25r
TJnnt Snrms to ascertain if Georire
Gould, as administrator of his father's
estate, had taken any aciion m me
matter. h havinsr ureviouslv been in
formed of the existence of the child by
n. former marriacre.
fipnrpp Oould and his attorneys
have entirely ignored all communica
tions sent them on the subject, and
failing to secure wnat tney oeneve io
ho their lesral ricrhts. Mr. and Mrs.
Piprpfi have determined to resort to
the courts. They have employed able
counsel and expect to begin suit as
soon as they have collected their evi
dence. They nave secured me marri
rtifinate of Jav Gould to Sarah
Ann Brown, and those who knew the
late Jay Gould and who have seen
Mrs. Pierce say she bears a strong re
semblance to her father.
Mr. Pierce 19 the nominee of the
PnnnHsfc nartv for State Auditor of
Wyoming, and himself and his wife
enjoy the conndence and respect oi me
entire community where they reside.
it was with considerable reluctance
that he consented to give out the facts
of his wife's relationship for publica
tion. Th marriage certificate of Jay
Gould to Sarah Ann Brown is now in
a safe deposit vault in the First Na
tional Bank of Rock Springs. Mr.
Pierce says that his wife has the only
Ipfritimate nlaim to the Gould estate,
and he proposes to establish her iden
tity and secure her rights. Ho says
that he had honed that he and
his wife would be able to have
their just claim recognized. Mr.
PiprpA has been boss at the Union Pa
cific coal mines at Rock Srrings for
mm t
years, and is now engagea m mailing
a canvass of the btate.
THEYSAY,BILLY"ISA"BAD'UN.n
Some Rough Remarks Made About
Wm. H. Aldrich.
Accounts of Him by "Witnesses in Ciurt.
His Sister "Wants a Guardian Ap
pointed to Manage Him.
An application to have a guard
ian appointed for Wm. H. Aldrich
is being heard before Judge Whit
ing of the Circuit Court. The peti
tioner is Annie Aldrich Barton of
San Francisco. Her attorney is
W. A. Kinney and V. V. Ashford
is fighting Mr. Aldrich's sister. J.
O. Carter is mentioned as a proper
person to become the guardian of
the defendant.
The petition sets out that Mr.
Aldrich ha3 an interest in a large
estate and receives a fine income.
His allowance is estimated by out
siders to be about $S000 a year.
Miss Barton represents that hei
brother is incapable of handling
the money which comes to him.
She savs he is addicted to "drunk
enness, idleness and debauchery."
This is what Mr. Kinney is trying
to prove to the satisfaction ot Judge
Whitincr. Mr. Ashford, on the
contrary, contends that Aldrich is
entirely capable of caring lor his
income.
Only witnesses for the plaintiff
were heard yesterday. Aldncn
listened to some rather uncompli
mentary accounts of himself during
the forenoon. He was not in at
tendance after lunch. Several
business men had no hesitancy in
declaring that "Billy was a dead
beat" and a thorough spendthrift.
He is now a bankrupt, promises to
pay, but never yields. The wit
ness said he was a heavy drinker
and seemed only to want to have
a good time.
It was when Mrs. Arnold took
the stand that a search-light was
thrown on Aldrich's private affairs.
She had cared for Mrs. Aldrich and
two children for a number of weeks.
During that time the only financial
transaction she had with the hus
band and father was when he bor
rowed money from her. It was net
returned. One day "Billy" nego
tiated a loan of $1.50 from Mrs.
Arnold. He said he wanted to
briner home some small supplies.
He went away in a hack, came
back several hours later staggering
under the load of a jag and two
hit's worth of 11 a.m. fishmarket
beef.
Mrs. Arnold said that when Mrs.
Aldrich was very ill "Billy" took
nrescriotions to have them tilled
and failed to return with the medi
cine. In several instances of this
sort Mrs. Arnold obtained dupli
cates of the prescriptions and had
them failed herself.
The Advertiser is the leading
daily paper of the Hawaiian Islands.
It has a larger circulation and adver
tising patronage than any paper
published in the Hawaiian Islands.
Telephones 88.
AT THE END OF THREE YEARS
The Concordia Society Has a Birth
day Party.
GAVE A CONCERT AT THEIR HALL.
An Occasion of Melody ami Mirth
Club Founded In 1891 To Have
ltuildinc of It Own Committal
and Officers.
IVERS of melody and
mirth floated from a
hall at the corner of
Beretania and Alapai
streets last Thursday
night. Perhaps this
word-figure is a trifle far-fetched.
But there was nothing distant
ahout the good time. The Con
cordia Society celebrated the third
anniversary of its foundation.
The main entrance and hall and
rooms of the club house were
crowded from early in,the ev'
ening until after midnight. The
grounds were illuminated and paths
served for promenade purposes.
Those present were the wives, fami
lies, sweethearts and friends of the
members.
The hall was decorated with Ha
waiian, Portuguese and American
flags, and with ferns. Some very
pretty effects were produced. Jap
anese lanterns were used without
stint. The Concordia has a full
brass band, which is trained and
led by Libornio. It plays well and
that it is seldom heard in puonc is
to be regretted. There were twelve
numbers on the concert programme.
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Several selections were encored, ii
bornio introduced mupic of his own
arrangement or composition seven
times, and made a decided hit with
the Portuguese selections and
"New Hall" and "Foundation Day"
marches.
After the concert brief addresses
were made by a few prominent
members. The (Joncordia has an
earnest membership and is in pros
perous circumstances. It has se
cured land near the Mormon church
on Punchbowl street and will put
up a building. It is purely a mu
sical organization. When a young
member of the colony evinces mu
sical talent he is taken up by the
Concordia and encouraged and as
sisted.
Frank Cabral was chairman of
the committee which managed the
celebration. His assistants were J.
T. Figuerado, J. Correa, M. G. Sa-
musca and A. iNunes. ihey de
serve praise for making the affair a
complete success.
These are the present ofheers of
the Concordia :
President M. G. Silva.
Vice-President M. D. Freitas.
Recretarv J. T. Ficuerado.
Treasurer J. V. Fernaudes.
The band mav soon give a pub
lic concert in connection with a
Concordia entertainment.
Martin Luther.
"Martin Luther" is the subject
for Dr. Hutchin's discourse tomor
row evening at Central L'nion
Church. The lecture will be given
in recognition of the 411th anni
versary of Luther's birth, which
falls on the lUth instant.
M. G. SILVA, CON'CORDIA'S PRESIDENT
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