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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AD VERTISEll: HOKOLULU, DECEMBER 14; 10C0.
J SHE WHITS eese of a pure, old-fashioned whiskey, mashed in small tubs, distilled from selected grain, ' positively pure and aged, a food for the tissues, a tonic stimulant, an aid to digestion. 1 DIVORCE Mrs. Corinne Bartlett Brings Suit. tiros Sour Mash Whiskey H. HackUU &. Co., Ltd. Sole Agents For Christmas Presents AT Hawaiian News Co., Toys, Gift Books, Music Folios, Dolls, Standard Books, Late Popular Novels, Books in Sets, Games, Gold Pens, Calendars, Diaries, Pocket Books. A FINE LINE OF Standard doth Bound Books AT 25 CENTS EACH. All English and American Xmas Periodicals now on Sale. A Fresh Supply of Beer! Beer! ARRIVED Per Bktne. Planter and Sclir. Aloha. SMS HUSBAND CRU ELI 'da Lamb Answers the Bill for Fore closure of MortgageCourt News. o the publication the Advertiser of No- 1 3 Grades, brewed by THE FAMOUS Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n, - - - ST. 1-OUIS . Ia Oases and Barrels, Quarts and Pints, to suit all tastes and purses: Budweiser. Pale Lager. Premium Pale.' Now For Sale By H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd SOLE AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS NOW., on Ex. ELIHU THOMSON esittle iSi o E E R fsi FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS Corinne Bartlett has filed an action for divorce against her husband. Ward Bartlett, in the Circuit Court. She states that on November 15 last she was forced, through the cruelty of her husband. Ward S. Bartlett, to leave his home, and that she is in destitute cir cumstances and is indebted at this day for her board and lodging and has no means with which to pay the same, nor has the means with which to pay her necessary counsel fees in this action or to pay the costs necessary in the pros ecution of same. She says that her hus band is engaged as barkeeper for S. I. Shaw, in this city, and has been so ei'gaged for a number of years at a sal ary or izu a montn, ana nas omw means of income, amounting approxi mately to the sum of $25 per month. . Libeilant says she is 30 years of age and the libellee 46 years, and has been riarrled for nearly ten years. She fur ther alleges that the libellee has been guilty of extreme cruelty toward her and also of habitual intemperance dur ing the time of their marriage. A spe cial instance she alleges, on the 22d of November last when, by libellee's vio lence and the use of obscene language, he forced her to leave libellee's home, and has caused her great mental and physical suffering. She says she has at all times been a dutiful wife and all her acts of condonation on her part have been of no effect. She asked that libellee be cited to appear at the Febru ary. 1901. term of court. Ihe Judge of the Circuit Court has ordered that the libellee appear before him on Saturday, December 15, at 10 o'clock, to show cause why the motion of libeilant for alimony, costs and coun sel fees should not be granted. SUIT FOR LIBEL. George B. Kapule has brought suit for libel against the Hawaiian Gazette Comnanv. Limited, asking 15,003 for damages by reason of an article in vember 26. IDA E. LAMB'S ANSWER. Ida E. Lamb, on of the defendants in the bill for foreclosure of mortgage brought by Samuel C. Allen against George Washington Smith and herself; has tiled her answer to the piantin a petition. She states that cu November 12, 1896, one Stephen Spencer, late of England, In the Kingdom of Great Brit ain and Ireland, since aeceasea, aa- vanced to George W. Smith, one of the defendants, the sum of SZoO on his promissory note dated Novemoer it. 1896. and delivered to said Stephen Spencer, which was secured by a m rt-. gage of the same date In order to se cure the repayment thereof, wun in terest, Ida E. Lamb conveyed unto Stephen Spencer certan real estate re ferred to inter alia tri plalntirt'a dim. Stephen Spencer died December 21, 1897. leaving a last will which was admitted to probate by the Probate Division of the High Court of Justice, London, England. January 10, 1898, and the ex ecutors by their attorney in fact, J. M. Dowsett, sold and assigned to the de fendant the above mentioned ' mort gage.. The Interest on the note has Deen paid up to November 12, 1898, but the principal has not been paid to any per son authorized to receive the same, and both principal and interest are still due and owing to the defendant. She therefore consents to the court granting the prayer in the bill. ESTATE OF CHRISTIAN GERTZ. Anna Gertz, the surviving wife of Christian Gertz, deceased, petitions the Circuit Court for her appointment as executrix thereof. She shows to the ccurt that the deceased died testate on January 18, 1897, In Honolulu, at the age of 68 years, and was a resident of Honolulu at the time of his death, leaving estate, both real and personal. There survived him the petitioner. who was his second wife, four children and three children of a. deceased child by his first wife, and three children by the petitioner. The names, ages and residences of the children are as fol lows: Christian Gertz, 46, Hilo; Frank Gertz, 44, Hilo; three children of Hen- riotta Jurs (deceased). Portland, Ore.; Minnie Phillips, 31, Honolulu; Gussie Young, 28, Honolulu: Alexander Gertz. 19. Honolulu; Otto Gertz. 17, Honolulu; Gustav Gertz, 16, Honolulu. DEMURRERS FILED. Demurrers by the score have bt-en fil ed in the Circuit Court by the defend ants in the bill for dissolution of co partnership brought by W. F. C. Has son vs. W. II . Pain et al. and the Pala wai Valley & Upland Development As sociation. Yesterday, Defendant Jas. Cowan, of Kailua, Hawaii, by h'.s at torneys, Kinney, Ballou & McClana han, filed his demurrer to the com plaint, alleging the court has no Juris diction of the person of the defendant or of the subject matter of the action. ANDRADE DECREE. Decree in the Andrade case has been filed, adjudging the matrimonial rela tion hitherto existing between John S. Andrade and Adelaide Andrade as ab solutely dissolved and ended. The child of th3 couple, Margaret Madeline An drade, is entrusted to the care and custody of the father until further or der of the court. The divorced wife will be permitted to see the child every Saturday between the hours of 2 and 6 p. m. PROBATE OF RABE WILL. Fred. Harrison has petitioned that letters testamentary be issued to him self and Wm. Mutch in the matter of the estate of Robert Gustave Rabe, TVho died last week in Honolulu. Th. es tate is valued at about $4,050, in Hono lulu, and real estate consisting of a 24 aore ranch situate in Burbank. Los Angeles, Cal. otto, Emily. Iledwig, Agnes, and Bertha Rabe, his nearest relations, are named as his devisees and legatees. The matter will come up for hearing on Friday, Januarv 18, 1901. on fc.nl etfth Ju,ius "ot,nS Pce. thecuftour8 been Cnfirn'2d b 2eDhine Manson, surviving nim7 of George Manson, deceased, has U ?e2 li e C,rcult Cout 'o bo appointed adm nistratrlx of the estate, which she states is valued at about . t I Dainty Grass Cloth', Silk Goods Km. Kimonos, Embroidered Center Piece Handsome Ivory Ware, Silver Vases' Closcino Work, Lacquer and China Ware' Toys, Dolls, Silk Flags of every national! ity, Funs, with Hawaiian views, Silk Em broidered Cushion Covers, Beautiful Screens, Dressing Gowns for ladies and gentlemen, Etc , Etc. A NEW LINE OF- Gents' Furnishings. OUR LINE OF is an exceptionally fine one and we are selling this Jewel Jwllrv r w uw j special price this vear. Souvenir Spoons of Hawaii and Honolulu New Goods! . New Styles! j Great Bargains! tSfT You will know our place by the large unique Japanese Lantern, which we had made in Japan especially for us. Asada M Company j JAPANESE IMPORTERS AND DEALERS. ; HOTEL. STREE. . ROBINSON BLOCK tooocsaococsacsocoooeooMWMitM GARDENS OP THE CHINESE IMPERIAL PALACE. v Ti0'.7 .of P,eKin? v ha little to attract the attention of lovera of the erand and beautiful, but within the valla that enclose that part of the Chinese capital known as the JTorbidden Uty there is magniHoence and grandeur. The imperial palace and beautiful gardens which surround it furnish a marked contrast to the rest of the city. The illustra tion show a corner of the imperial palace gardens. Independei Park Lots For Sale THIS TRACT HAS BEEN IU" ted and is now placed on the There is not a more desMM tinn for a home. The lots are on the King streS li-no n-ithiTi psy reach of ton. will' he SOLD ON EASY TERMi that everyone may take adranua this opportunity to ouy. For particulars, apply to CMS. F. PETERS05, 15 Kaahumanu St, Hobo!: 5727 LflNDO J. OUTFITTER AND FUBSlS Fort Street, near juu $4,000. The heirs are George Manson, a ed against Cohen upon the bond and son, aged 3 years, and Li'.y Jost-phine surety for the total amount due. Manson, surviving widow. j WANTS PROCEEDS IN COURT. Tee .e.e' 'ld.ow ot Tee Chew Fan. nenry Holmes has filed a motion ia . J aPf,nime1nt aas a0a- the Circuit Court in the bill for partl- 1 X 46 elta.te Va,Ued a- 8'" tlon of Lilllan Lee Newton, an infant, 800. There are five heirs. V8 George II. Newton et al.. asking Attorney General Dole, for the Terri- that the court issue an order requiring tory of Hawaii, and J. C. Cohen, foR, D. Mead, the commissioner appoint- himself. have filed in the Circuit Court ed'to sell the property of plaintiff at nFPDT FOR wTTTi tdcq nv THE ROAD 0 an agreed statement of facts ii the case of the Territory of Hawaii s. J. conen, in which the latter is .iccus- public auction, to forthwith pay into court, instead of to the parties herein, all Drorppds of the sale made bv him ed of making out. signing and swear- under th direction of the court, and lrg to a false and fraudulent invoice of shows t othe court as a ground fcr the 4,040 pounds of coffee, consigned to Co-(said rroti-m that he was une of th hen from San Francisco, which arrived purchasers at the said sale. Alfred P. in Honolulu about April 12. 1899. The .llartwell. defendant's attorney, and NEW LINE OF .,.o rFS (In straw WHITE and GOLF SH,R ING FOR MEN A" SOCKS, etc., etc. statement to the Justices of the Su preme Court is to the effect that the said coffee was never withdrawn from the possession and control of the offi cials of the Hawaiian Government. That at the November term, 1899, pro ceedings in rem. on behalf of the Re public were filed by H. E. Cooper, At torney General, for the condemnation of the coffee. The case was decided by Judge Stanley in favor of Cohen in De cember, 1899, yet in pursuance of die orders of the court Issued in the con demnation proceedings, the Marshal took possession of the coffee, and the same is now in the possession of the ll!gh Sheriff, the political successor of the Marshal. The Attorney General admits that the coffee should have been delivered to Cohen, but only the payment of the import duties required by the Republic r.t the time the coffte was Imported, to wit, 7 cents per pound, or $232.80, less $56.55 paid by Cohen, the total due being $226.25. Albert F. Judd. for Lilian Lee New ton, have consented to the granting of the order prayed for. Of MRS. MARY GREGOVICH Philispsburg, Montana, Tells She Was Cured of Dandruff. How Mrs. Mary Gregovich, of Philipsburg, Montana, under date of Nov. 26, 1S99, writes: "I had typhoid fever this sum mer, consequently was losing my hair terribly, and my head In places was perfectly bald. Newbro's Ilerpicide had Just come into use in Philipsburg and the doctor strongly recommended it to me. After three or four applica tion my hair stopped falling out and is coming in again quite thick. I used to be troubled greatly with dandruff. amount of which I am now quite cured. Kin the dandruff germ with Ilerpicide. WEAK Mf t ti All? :. limes! 'n,.v ndinr - AM8- A Christinas r. Will b- held W'h;SuJ5! ci. pignuts on rKW-V. mm OI ou. y , the tan ' M. C. - I, day A., opening on Friday from o'clock. LUNCHEON t0 1:S- ADMISSION, 25 5724 Cohen claims that said coffee should be delivered to him free from the pay men tfof said duty. Said coffee having been delivered to Cohen, pending the submission of facts, upon his bond to .pay the paid pnm rr eooc os" t ,u. .i i r p the Supreme Court is in favor of the,weeks; each now calls the other Territory, a Judgment shall be render- 'Birdie.' " TEMPORARY INCOGNITO. "What are the names of that newly married couple in that next flat?" "Oh. we can't find out for a few hi ;neral BisiDfK Jg1 King and Primer T WILL TRANSACT BUSINESS OFA W', rustee. guara - ; ect rems, ,":tr'li5teJ "