PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISE!: HONOLULU, MARCH 5, 195
LITIGATION BEGUN ALREADY
Th8 Waterhouse Estate in the Cir
I'KOBATfl MATTKICS IN (jKNKK.U.
...j. Enoarlt Business
inu( w -
On Hand to Kp Ull Court Co
lag far perl Yet-The
Bergfr F.stt od Other Mttr.
in h matter of the estate of
John H. Wood, Antonio Perry as
trustee has filed a bond of $15,000.
Mr. Perry has been appointed a
trustee of this estate in place of
A. S. Uartwell, resigned. He will
act in conjunction with Henry
Waterhouse, the remaining trustee
under the will. The surety on the
bond is Cecil Brown.
In the case of John Emmeluth
vs. John Cook, two stipulations
have been filed one waiving a
jury trial and the other "that said
cause 6hall come up for hearing at
this February term of court, the
court consenting thereto, and that
the case may forthwith be placed
upon the calendar for trial or such
disposition as may be ordered by
the court." The stipulations are
signed by Carter & Kinney for the
plaintiff and J. A. Magoon for de
fendant. John T. Vaterhou3e, Henry
Waterhouse and William Water
house, as plaintiffs, have brought
suit against Mary Rice, William
Waterhouse Dimond and Henry
Dimond, defendants, aeking thn
court for a declaratory decree of
instructions defining the rjghta,
duties and powers of the plaintiffs
in the premises as executors and
trustees, and that the defendants
be bound by all the proceedings
In connection with this petition
the following inventory and ap
praisement of merchandise on hand
has been filed :
Amount of stock and fixtures as
per inventory of March 1,.1895: '
No. 10 Store, Fort 3treet...-$ 11.677 13
Queen Street Store............. 60,314 81
Grocery Department 9,493 46
Lime House ana wareuo es o.iu 6o
Outdoors (under shed, glass
Warehouse, Merchant St...
Goods fust received, ner
Glade .. 2,316 50
English Good, per last
Australia - 1,820 00
Otlice Fixtures... 475 00
Iloraeaand Wagons- 175 00
The attorneys in the case are A.
S. Hartwell for plaintiffs, and Car
ter fc Kinney for defendants.
In the cai-e of H. Cannon V8 11.
F. Poor, euit for foreclosure of
mortgage, the defendant, by his at
torney, Paul Neumann, has filed a
demurrer, claiming among other
things that the causes of action bet
forth in the complaint are impro
perly uuited, and that the bill of
complaint is ambiguous, unintelli
gible and uncertain.
The will of C. O. Berger wa en
tered for probate and proven yes
terday afternoon, and Martha Ber
ger, J. M. Dowsett and H. A. Wide
mann have entered on their duties
as executors. According to the
terms of the will no bond was re
quired. The case of E. K. Nahaolelua vs.
Kaaahu, a petition for the division
of property in the neighborhood of
Kaumakapili Church, was argued
before Judge Cooper and submitted.
Achi for plaintiff and Hartwell for
The defendant, by his attorney
W. M. Castle, filed a new affidavit
and motion in the case of Sumner
vs. Crandell, asking for a bond for
costs from plaintiff. After argu
ment the motion was granted and
a bond of $500 was filed.
The Hawaiian Band will give
a moonlight concert at Thomas
Square this evening at 7 :30 o'clock
with the following progamme :
1. March 'Vienna" Bcbrammel
'2. Overture i,ZmpaM Herold
3. Finale "Bivounc".. Petrel I a
4. Selection "II Trovatore" Verdi
5. Medley "American Melodies"
t" . - Coterno
6. Fantasia Nightingale and
- JTr?29" Eilenberg
7. Waltz "ParadUe of the Pacirtu"
8. Polka "Nuuariu Valley"... Uerirer
Hawaii Pouol' ierger
The Advebtiseb is the leadine
daily patwr of the Hawaiian Islands
It baa a larger circulation and adve r
timiopf patronage than any n&ner
nnbliahcd in the Hawaiian Isfands
Telephones 88. as
AMATEUR ATHLETIC CLUB.
Raca Arranged for the
A meeting of the Honolulu Araa-
nr Athletic Club was held last
night in the parlors of the Y. M.
C. A. About twenty persons were
present, and a red-hot discussion
resulted when tennis, the main
topic of the evening, was brought
i:nariie uvue. ad cuairiiinu u
committee on tennis, made a report
to the effect that he had tried his
best to get courts marked out and a
tournament arranged, but owing to
the fleemincr disinterestedness on
the part of members of the commit-
lee ana me cjuu iibch, uo iyod uo.-
ki v, tv. TAnniftit ftrranirp.
menta made. The report was ac-
cepted, and remarks on tennis in
general were in order.
The matter of securing the court
back of Punahoa Preparatory
School for practice was brought up
and immediately provosea a storm
r : ,1 : mA.n fmm Phor in
Hyde. It seems that the matter
had been discussed ouiBiae oi vne
mpptinfr. and nothing had been said
to the committee relative thereto.
Hapai thought that in view of
the "inactivity of the committee"
things had been discussed by
others with "a view of doing some-
thing." B. F. Beard more did not
think that Hyde had done his
duty. Hyde immediately arose
and signified his intention of resign-
mrp F rnm tho MmmittflP. I n O
chairman thought that since the
committee had done so little, it
would be a good thing to consider
. i t i r G.ui
court. Vida Thrum signified his
ntention of resigning from the
committee on account of the gen
eral diEsatisfaction. Wra. Schmidt
ikewise tendered his resignation.
This left the club without a ten-
nis committee ana ior a wnue
there was consternation. Tho res-
gnations followed so close upon
one anoiner ana were so unex
pected that there was hardly time
to think. However, after recovering
from the shock, a new committee.
consisting of B. F. Beardmore,
Charlie Atherton and William
Forbes, was appointed.
B. F. Beardmore, as chairman of
the new committee, made a request
that all the property belonging to
the club be collected and put into
the hands of the treasurer in order
that members desiring the use of it
might be able to know just where
to go for it.
The next business was the elec
tion of new members, and Sam
Mahukn, the crack baseball pitcher,
was admitted without a dissenting
B. F. Beardmore suggested that
some kind of a road race between
picked men be held during the
present moonlight nights. The
proposition was accepted by the
members of the club without far
ther consideration, and the ap
pointment by the chairman of cap
tains for the two teams resulted in
the choice of Charles Crane and B.
F. Beardmore. The arrangement
of the race was left to the cap
tains. The matter of a field day in the
near future was left for future dis
cussion and the meeting adjourned,
Inflamed Eyos and Run
Tho Cuccess of Hood's Causes
Creat Rejoicing-A Perfect Cure.
Hi Cora B. Ebert
"CL Hood & COv, Lowell. Mass.:
I 'eel It a duty to state what Hood's Sana,
parilla haa done for me. I was almost blind,
being compelled to stay In a darkened room on
aceount of inflammation of the eyes. I also
offered with running sores on my body. I was
In terrible condition. My mother tried erery
thing she knew about and I was attended by
two doctors but without helping m. FinMlr
Hood's Sarsaparllla was recommended and I
had not taken two ttottles before 1 becan to ret
better. The inflammation left my eyes and the
sore healed, and the result was thai
I Became Stronger,
and was restored to perfect health. At that
time I was only twelve years old; now I am
nineteen and I hare not since been troubled
with my eyes or noticed any sln of a return of
Uie sores on my body. I can recommend Hood's
T?'1!.1,." Ht blood purifying
medicine." Miss Cora EntRT, EarnesrKle. ra.
Hood's Pl!l3 act easily, yet promptly and
efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 25c.
HORROX DKD( COMI'NAY
Th Hawaiian Gazette Company
maniuacuira rubber starui. of
prQgfc made by US as we buy
direct from the maker, where
by we save YOU the middle
man's profit It you have been
told otherwise, call and bo
Onr special announcement
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unx7Ck Vprl n. firm iccnrf
w6 nave recen ea a nne assorx-
ment Ot Llress UOOQS, UemS
Fnrnishinc?. Neckwear and
Japanese Jewely consisting of
X . . .
bean rins in new ana unique
designs for both ladies and
I X O XXI
r . nnU j
mvito juu w v," rt"u
see OUa new importation ot 1-
YARD WIDE SILK DRESS
G00DS at 30c.
They are beauties, and you
will fall in love with them at
RcbiEJoa Block. Hotel Street.
Are too Large for
. me -:-
But they lit papa the nicest ot any that
he haa had made in
If jou don't know where the place is,
afk the policeman on the corner to
413 fort Street.
While ordering a suit, you can also be
fitted out in all classes and grades of
Don't Foiget the Number
Johnstop & Storey.
'8 acain VPV- to repair Garden
Hwe, spnnkl r, Water Taps Saw Fil
.nc and all kinds o. Tools .n.Vp1r7ed in
clnding I arvinK Kmves and Vcisirs ;
Uwn Miners a SPecialtv? wl w.T:fl
(ilaM8. in fact all k n, f WiX ! m ,
ailed for and
ivturned. R,nip n ,o
r. j . .,1IliC worn.
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o'clock a . :.
tiniti In-fore 2
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made expressly for lkUud Work -with
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Agiicoltnral Implements !
f A PTTl V7 QTQ' TAnT O
Blake's Steam Pumps,
Wilcox & Gibbs' Sewing Machines
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.,
CASTLE & COOKE L'd
Hardware nb General Mercbandisb
New lot of Crepe and
Plain Tissue Paper.
Latest designs in Pic
Lots of other Goods.
new ana novel, just
He is. no donht. The result Hhovcn it.
The damsel prefers the better dressed j
when the puit is made in oar well knwn
faultless style Poor tailoring spoils the
best cloth. With us both material and
tailoring are above criticism. And wt are
now mak njj Suits, Overcoats and Pants
at a r.iir reduction
ee oar Pants for $5.
MEDEIKOS i& CO.,
Hotl street, opposite King Bros.
Wanted To Purchase.
FILE OF THE HOLOMU,
( Knalish) for the year 1894. a i.uIt
at ADYkRiisER office. o916 tf
Japanese Silk and
Kimonos, Fcarfs, Shawl". Bamboo Parlor
V?a are the chearx-st and bv,t
v-tifc, ua vwviuu i
Call and wo will convince jon with prices.
MURATA & CO.,
HEMY CLAY AND
Clioioe Havana Cigars
VULCAN SAFETY MATCHES The best in tbe market odorlees.
WAR -:- PHOTOGRAPHS !
Framed at $1.25 each and Upward.
Rubber Garden Hose;
JMeohanics TocIb, a specialty;
Heady Mixd Paints; Paints in Oil;
Dry Faints; Varnishes; Faint Oils;
i-ncol and. IinseecL,
Paint .Brasher, BlastiDg Powder, Giant Powder, Caps and Fuse,.
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Wood Preservingr Oil.
Endorsed by the PreBS, Scientiets and leading Architects throughout the World.
Preserves all wcod above or underground, in fresh or salt water. Prevents
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house fungus, disinfects premises.
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Agents for the celebrated VACUUM OIL.
Fort Street. -
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p J11 11 U EiJh JUOl lXiliUllil V JliU
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Assets December 31st, 1893 : 186,707,680.14
A Good Record, the Best Guarantee for the Future.
gXSTFOll 1MRTIOULARS; APPLY
AND DEALERS IN
Cotton Dress Goods !
Screens, from $2 np and Portieres Farm
cooing of 8ila. Cotton
i reswear, etc , etc.
- - TTo-n
A.T LOW PRICE8;
Rugs and Portiers of all sizes,
Id Oak or Cherry,and other goods
too numerous to mention.
Repairing of all kinds prompt
ly attended to. Furniture packed
for the other Mands. Sptcial
care given to Piano moving.
74 KING 8TRFET.
for Hawaiian Islamic
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