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TIIE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADVERTISE!; nONOIiTJI.Uf FEBRUARY 213, 1895.
CIRCUIT COURT III SESSION
WILL OP J, I, WATERHOUSL Ladies' Column.
JOHN NOTT,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
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Crick, Bush and Nawahi Before
Judge Cooper.
I.IKKLV TO HE A M'KCIAL hEIO.N.
'rl-u lLruaee to lled d Court
Orders Ple of 2t Oollry to b
KaUred for IIIm-Mny Oo
Over for Iho Term Other Note.
The adjourned eeesion of the
February term of the Circuit Court
opened at 10 a. ra., Judge Cooper
presiding. Owing to the general
belief that few, if any, cases would
be called, the attendance of attor
neys and spectators was not very
large.
The first caEe called wa3 that of
the Republic of Hawaii vs. J. E.
Bush and J. Nawahi, indicted for
conspiracy, who were allowed to
reserve their plea until the 27th
inst.
In the case of the Republic vs.
G. Malina, indicted for perjury in
the second degree, the defendant
pleaded not guilty and the case
was continued until Ihe next special
or regular term.
E. C. Crick, indicted for conspir
acy, declined to plead, and the
Court ordered a plea of not guilty
entered in his behalf.
G. Summers pleaded not guilty
to an indictment charging him
with burglary, and his case was
continued till the next term. Sum
mers was charged with breaking
into Hollinger's blacksmith shop
in October, 1892, and stealing $15.
In the case of J. P. Bowen, in
dicted for malicious burning in the
n-cond degree on the 23d of Novem
ber, 1893, W. O. Smith, Attorney
General, appeared for the prosecu
tion. Defendant is called and fails
to answer. The Attorney-ueneral
moved that the Court have the
bond forfeited. So ordered. The
bondsmen in this case are Hugh
Mclntyre, Seeley Shaw, T. B. Mur
ray and James Old?, who will have bouse and Henry Waterhouse ns ten
.y ,nnn - i ri t..( UnUia commou in equal undivided
to yay v i uw iuuj vuuri 111 euurt,
order.
The case of the Republic vs. Ka
kakauila, charged with committing
adultery with Kihkina Hatch, was
continued until the next regular or
special term.
A large number of petty criminal
appeal cases were then called, most
of which were continued until
Wednesday on account of the non
appearance of the defendants.
C.-Mitchel pleaded not guilty to
an indictment for burglary and bis
case was continued until the next
regular or special term.
The afternoon session of the
Court was occupied in hearing the
application for the probate of the
will of John Thomas Waterhouse,
deceased, and also the wills of
Henry Dimond and Mrs. Anna
Maria Dimond.
MINOR NOTES.
John Emmeluth has brought
suit against John Cook to recover
$1156.11, money advanced to pay
defendant's dues in the American
Legion of Honor.
In the case of L. B. Kerr vs.
Akana to recover the sum of
$G0G.38 fcr goods eold and deliv
ered the defendant has filed an
answer alleging that plaintifTs
claim is incorrect and at variance
with his books.
Paul Neumann and W. R. Cas
tle, attorneys for M. F. Crandell,
have asked for an order requiring
J. iv. bumner, bv his next friend.
Maria S. Davis,, to file a bond for
costs and a bond of mdemnitv in
his bill of injunction against de-
lendant.
A PINAL DECISION.
The Supreme Court Decides
Trespass Case.
a
A decision in the case of Victoria
Ward vs. J. Kamanaoulu was hand
ed down from the Supreme bench
yesterday morning. The opinion
was written by Chief Justice Judd,
and is signed by Justice Bickerton
and Judge Whiting, who sat in
place of Justice Frear, absent from
illness. This was an action of
trespass brought before the District
Court of Honolulu for digging a
ditch on plaintifTs land. The de
fendant admitted the acta com
plained of, claiming title in him
eelf, and pleaded to the jurifdic
!?in ofje curt, denying plaintifTs
title. The decision holds that, in
the absence of a statute or rule re
quiring more, the plea is eufficient
,;.the Di6,rict Court of its
jurisdiction.
Rubber Stamps at Gazette Office. I
It Was Admitted to Probate Yes
terday Afternoon.
THKKK J ODILILM WBKK ATIArilKli
Considering the Amount of Property
IT (! tho Will was Remarkably
Hbort and ConcUe It wa Drawn by
Thurston & Hartwcll The Codicils.
mt 1 1 r t i rrl nr a
The will of John Thomas WAtflr.
house, lately deceased, which was
admitted to probate by Judge
Cooper yesterday afternoon, is a
remarkably concise and Rimnle
document, ihe original will was
drawn on the 27th of July, 1878,
but three codicils have since been
auacneu 10 it. jluo executors ap
pointed were Eleanor Waterhouse,
his wife, and his three sons to
serve without bonds. In case of
the death of either the others are
to act alone. The following is an
extract from the first portion of the
will :
Be it remembered that I, John
Thomas Waterhouse of the city of
Honolulu in the Island of Oabu and
Kingdom of the Hawaiian Islands,
merchant, beinc of sound and dis
posing mind and memory, do hereby
make and declare this my last will
and testament, hereby revoking and
making null and void all previous
and other wills and testaments and
codicils thereof by me at any time
heretofore made.
I hereby nominate and appoint my
beloved wife, Eleanor Waterhouse,
and my sons John Thomas Water-
house and Henry Waterhouse and
William Waterhouse as executors and
trustees of this my last will and testa
ment, and I direct that no bonds be
required of them and that they be ex
empt from 'filing in Court any inven
tory of my estate, and that they be
exempt and exonerated from any lia
bility lor any losses not occurring by
their wilful default, .
I hereby Rive, device and boueath
all my lands, tenements and heredita
ments wheresoever situate, with iheir
appurtenances, unto my si id wife,
.Eleanor Waterhouse, to nave anu to
hold the same and receive the rents
and profits thereof during her
natural life and from and
immediately after the decease of my
said wife I give, devise and bequeath
to my raid sous Johu Thomas Water-
half parts my homestead premises on
the westerly side of Nuuanu street.
And also upon the death of my said
wife I give, devise and bequeath to
my said son William Waterhouse my
dwelling house and premises situate
In Cedar Rapids in the State of Iowa.
TJ. 8. A., . ' -
All other property of whatever
kind or nature, real, personal,
mixed or otherwise, was devised
to his wife for her sole use and
benefit. After her death this latter
property was to be divided into
five equal portions, one of which
was willed to his son John Thomas,
one to Henry, one to William, one
iu lii 3 uuug liter xMarj , uuu iixv
j 1 a 1 1 IfTMM
otner to nis granaeons wimam
V ft ft j
uiinona, snare ana 6tiare alike, or
tne wnoie to tne survivor should
one of them have previously died.
Neither of the grandsons, however,
were 10 receive ineir portions until
attaining the age of twenty-one.
The will also provides that the
executors must carry on the mer-
cantile business. It bears the sig-
natures of Alfred S. Hartwell and
juurrin xuursion as witnesses. ,, . .
The firet codicil is dated July They are in forty-seven dif
10, 1884, and directs that neither fprflnt. fctvles and rancre in
granason is to nave nis portion oi
the estate until eighteen months
after the death of their grand
mother, and that if one die, his
portion is to go to his issue if he
have any ; failing that it is to re
vert to the general estate.
The second codicil gives the lot
of land on School street to Mary
H. Rice, and to John Thomas
Waterhouse certain portions of
land in Nuuanu Valley occupied by
him as a residence. This codicil
is dated January 11, 18S7, and is
witnessed by L. A. Thurston and
B. H. Dimond.
The last and most important co
dicil bequeaths to John Thomas
and Henry Waterhouse the proper
ty bounded by Queen street on the
south, Nuuanu on the west, Mer
chant on the north and Kaahuma
nu on the east. To William Water-
houee the property known as the
Pasemore Conveyance, in Cedar
Rapid?, Iowa, consisting of seven
acres. This codicil is dated April
SO, 1890, and is witnesfed by W.
O. Smith and T. W. Hobron.
'.ill T
Hawaiian Gazette Office
Kt I JB J7 faj yixxB
At
A GOOD NIGHT'S REST is only
to be obtained in a bed covered by
one of our
QUILTS.
QUILTS.
QUILTS.
EVEN then you can not be entire
ly V O yT1XT nnlfloa c V ft! f nrvl trrm V
I J ""k'k'J uuicoo ousted ctva tAv
I
teTT0T3 of tho ieht-mosquitos.
xon can 1 Bh00t tnem' and J011
can't catch them ; so the best plan is
to let them
fezt thzhseltes to death
in a vain endeavor to get at you
through one of our 90-INCH WIDE
and 10 YARDS long
MOSQUITO NETS,
MOSQUITO NETS,
MOSQUITO NETS.
If there is any h.-:nse in town that
has a nice line of
SCOTCH GINGHAMS,
SCOTCH GINGHAMS,
SCOTCH GINGHAMS,
we most assuredly claim to be that
house. We have them: they are per
fect beauties. A look is all that is
needed to get you to buy them.
CHEAP CALICOS,
CHEAP CALICOS,
CHEAP CALICOS.
Is another thing that we expect to
sell a large quantity of during this
week. We must and will.
SLOWLY, but certainly
SURELY, the people are lloding out
that when it gets to Prices and
Qualities, we are loading all.
B. JB EHLEKS & CO.
SOMETTE !
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The best Corset in the
world for the money.
J5TCome and
LOOK AT THEM,
TAKE THEM HOME,
TRY THEM ON" !
And return them if they
,
-on SU1 you
These Corsets are made in
j
style to fat and suit every-
body and their purses.
price from $1 to $5 per pair.
Ask to see the Extra Long
Waist Sonnette for $2.25.
They can't be beaten.
If you can't get Corsets long
enough, remember you can get
tho "Sonnette77 witn six
hooks.
Should you want a Corset
With REAL WHALE BONE, get
the "Sonnette.77
Anyway come in and see
them.
J. J. EG AN.
Sole
Agent for Hawaiian
Islands.
HUSTAOK & Cu.
WOOD AND COAL
Also White and Black Sand which we
1U aell at tbe very lowest market rate..
OT-Bia TtaFHO No. 414,
r5-MtmrL Tiumio No. 414.
349S-1J
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I and Iron Ranges
8TOVEa AND FIXTURES.
House Keeping Goods
I
AND
Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE, ROBBER BOSE
PUMPS, ETC., ETC.,
Plumbing, Tin, Copper
AND
Sheet Iron Work.
DIMOND -:- BLOCK
KING STREET.
G. WEST,
Commission -:- Merchant
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Carriage Materials
Of Every Tescription Including
OAK, ASH, HICKORY
AND
WHITE WOOD LUMBER,
Ppofces, all sizes ; Savern Wheels,
Wood Hub Wheels, Sawed Felloes,
Dent Rims from 1 to '& inches,
Dump Cart Shafts,-Wagon Poles,
Donble-trees, Single-trees,
Wagon and Cart Hubs, all sizes ;
AND A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Trimmers' Materials
Carriage; Hardware, Norway Iron,
and Steel .Tires.
fiXd Having a long experience in the
Carriage Business, I am prepared to sup
ply Carriage .Builders, .Plantations, etc.,
with first-class materials, personally
selected, at tbe very lowest cash prices.
FJ7 aii island orders will receive
prompt attention.
MASONIC BLOCK,
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
iCC-Telephone n0. 350. 3378-tt
Japanese Goods.
611k Dress Goods,
Cotton Dress Goods,
Gent's 611k Shirts,
Gent's Cotton Shirts,
Gent's Fancy Crepe Shirts.
Straw and Felt Ilats,
Umbrellas and Parasols,
Fancy Screens, Hosiery,
Handkerchiefs and Neckties,
For both ladies and gentlemen.
Watch our advertisement for new
goods arriving by every steamer.
I WsJKv-M I ,
HOTEL STREET.
Next to Peck's Commission Rooms
3902-tf
x,
N'?!."' y.'.' F.v.f for infants his. during CI
J yr-rs. ;r(n in fjvor vith rxth doctors and
ft ivsr.tiifr ihr.iU hr.i, the world, a ad is novr ua-
!,. CJrti.r..-xhy i I o.i! the b-t ;ubtfta'e for
i rn'ti.-r' ii'.;':. i i.t tin- I.k1 which agrees with
' thi- I. r, '.. j .- , .,t.;jt r,i infan'i. Jt ivrs
il-!r'r...:;i s: nnii.a to resist the wc2keninvt
or -.: r t
. ; .'-s c.f
'-.t r, and lias savrd the lives of 5
i t;. I any r.K.'.iv r srijdir.jj it
irr: J .1. p.c i : .d (V.y.i'iii-a of Xcslii's 1 ood. h
i!'r . r-.;:iip-r a" : it,v Afcts. S3 Mun-sy St., S. Y,
The Aency Tor
KESTIiE'S 3IIL.K FOOD
I WITH 1HK
Hollister Draj Company, Limited
523 Fort Street, Honolulu. H. I.
Stee
mmlmmm
WE'VE GOT THEM!
The Right Goods, Right Prices,
Right Shades at the Right Time.
HJSW SPRING NOVELTIES
WASH MATERIALS.
Printed Irish Lavrnu in new designs; New Dimities in figured and solid colors ;
Plain and atin Striped Cotton Crapes in delicate shades and fancy figured.
COTTON DUCK ! COTTON DUCK ! !
In solid colors, stripes and polka dots.
Ginghams, Ginghams, Ginghams; an immense variety in stripes and plaids ;
New Percales, New Prints, New Mnslins ; Latest designs in Flanneiettes.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE TOE
New Golden Draperies
N.
520 Fort Street
S
WBINEXED BEAUTIES SHOULD
Use Lola Montez Cbeme. Skin Food and Tiesae Baildr. Does
not cover, but heals and cores blemishes of the skin. : Mikes tha
tissues firm and builds up
4 1 T A. .
mem pjaujp. i-uYieui in price ana Destin vaine. o CS3TT8 rtjr.
Mas Hahrison's Fack Blkach. Cures most aggravated cases
of Freckles, Blackheads. Flesh Worms. Snnbnrn. SallowneM. anrl
Moth Patches. Quick in action and permanent in effects. Prick $1.
Mas. Harbison's Face Powdkb. Pore adhesive and rjositivelv fmrtsihlA.
Three shades white, flesh, biunette.
Prick 50 cbnts.
Mbs. Harrison's Hair Vigor. Stops Falling Hair in one or two applications.
Prevents Gray Hair and causes rich and luxuriant growth of Hair to grow on bald
heads. Cases of ears standing specially invited to a trial. Price $1.
Mrs. Harrison's Hair Restorer. Only four to ten days required to restore
hair to its natural color. Is net a dye or bleach. No sediment or stickiness. Color
is permanent when once your hair is restored to its natural shade. Hair becomes
glossy and clean. Price $1.
Mrs. Harrison's Frizz. For keeping the hair in curls a week at a time; not
sticky ; don't leave a white deposit on tbe hair. Price 60 cents. '
MRS. NETTIE HARRISON, America's Beauty Doctor.
26 Geary Street, San Francisco, Cal.
S7"For fale by HOIXISTER DRUG COMPANY, 523 Fort Street, Honolulu.
EJlJ1- Any lady call at HolliMer Drug Company will be riven aLadv's Jonrn.!
containing a Beauty Lecture wiitUn by
Royal Insurance Co.,
OF LIVERPOOL.
"THE LARGEST IN THE WOBIlD."
Afisete January 1st, 1892, 342,432,174.00
SSSHPlre rieas on all Kina of Insurable property latum at Current rate
by
J. .
2140-lm
S. TAKEMURA
405 KING STKEET,
Commission Merchant,
Silk Goods, Cotton Crepes. Underwear,
Japanese Metal consisting of Match
Boxes, Decorated Japanese Hand Hags,
Juet received by China and Bentala
Soap, Cotton and Silk Goods, etc.
earn nles of all kinds of Japanese Goods which I can import on Abort notice.
EXJT iry cur S, T, TEA 8. Prices the lowest.
oflvexifiie isaoy
COD - NLV
AND
iNFANTSINVAUDS.
MARK.
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'Ttir -i BtiMiMr i -i"lWfttriMi
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Role Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL
PETER HIGH & CO., - - - Proprietor.
OFFICK AXD MILL :
Al&kea nd Kicaards se&r
MOULDIN
Doors, Sasli, Blinds,
TXJRNEr AND
jCryPrompt attention lo ail orders.
TSLE1M1
&2T MUTUAL M.
Daily Advertiser, 75
IN
ACH
Honolulu
a -
tbe worn-out muscle fibers. as.d makes
S -m- 9
Will not clog the pores, stays on all day.
Mrs. Nettie Harrison.
WALKER,
Agent for Hawaiian Islands
Wholesale and Betail
Towels, Hats and Caps ; Fine Line of
Safes, Ash Trays, Card Cases, Soap
etc.
from Japan, Provisions, Matting, Toilet
A Perfect Nutriment ,
ron GROWING CHILDRCn.
CONVALCSCCNTS.
CoNsuMmvES.
Dyspeptics.
and the Accd, and
in Acnle 1 llneM and
all Wanting Diseases.
THE
Best Food
for Hand-fed Infants.
OITIt BOOK for the Instruction
of mothers, "The Care and Pee 4.
In ofInCanfii,'will be mulled fn
to aoy address, upon requeet-
O
DOLIBER-GOODALC CO
BMTftN, MASS.. U.CA.
Queen Stroet, Hoaclulu.
a i
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Screens, Frames,
Etc.
SAWED WORK
UN
grsST RELh
Cents per Month

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