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For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
The Aroado-EGAN & CO.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1886.
brought thu oritur. Orders of that
size wore gtfnoiatly brouglit by Mr.
Luce himself. I have had no conver
sation wllli Mr. Luce in regard to
this order. I don't recollect if Mr.
Luce was there in connection with
this. The order was presented for
getting out liquor. The goods arc
whiskey, gin, brandy, etc. They
are dutiable goods. Nobody paid
the duty on those goods. 1 delivered
the goods because the order was en
dorsed by Canavarro. If an order
the same as this was presented with
out stu'h an endorsement, the duties
would have to be paid or a bond
given for their payment. Tlio goods
were all imported. Either myself
or clerk delivered theso goods. I
nnt.innfl this scratch the day it was
presented, but it was not as promi
nent as now. I presume the words
on the endorsement were there when
it was presented. I don't generally
read anything but the name. The
endorser Canavarro is entitled to
draw the goods from the Customs.
The goods in that bill were in bond
when0 tho order was delivered. And
were in the custody of the Customs
olBcer. I charge the delivery of goods
to tho respective accounts, and re
turn the orders to the Collector
General. The endorser has no ac
count with me. Mr. Luce is the one
who has the account. Tho legal
amount of duties was $501.52, and
m, Hii order of Canavarro was re
mitted, I have no knowledge of the
duties being paid to any one. The
marks on the magin arc by me, and
denote the day the goods were de
livered and carried into my books.
Cross-examined : The duties were
not paid on these liquors. If there
is any law to the etfect that duties
Lave to be paid before goods are
bonded, it has not been carried out.
These people, meaning diplomatic
agents, have not imported any such
goods, but they have been allowed
to draw them. Mr. Canavarro has
bad other orders, but I cannot tell
bow many. I don't remember if I
mentioned to Mr. Luce about the
erasure. Other people handle those
orders. Tho erasurejmay bo more pro-;nnt-.
t.n mo now. as there has
been so much talk about it. I have
been sitting here dining this trial,
bavc not learned anything while
here that I did not know before.
Here the prosecution rested.
Mr. Hatch then addressed the
jury and outlined the defence they
Mr. Luce was called and testified :
I filled in that order and signed it.
I filled it in" to get goods from tho
Custom House, at the' request of
Capt. Haley. Haley was a customer
of mine. He said that ho had
spoken to Canavarro about getting
goods, and asked me to give him a
blank order. I gave him one and
in a few days he returned it signed.
He said Canavarro offered him the
order. I filled the order and drew
the goods, and put them in my store.
Haley did not owe me anything at
that time. J-iicy weiu w i.,o
goods that Haley bad taken for
Hero the Attorney-General asked
the Court to demand the defend
ant's books. ,,,,..,., ,
The Court stated that it had no
authority by statute to order tho
production of the books.
The Attorney-General then moved
that the cvidenpo as regards tho ac
count of Mrf Haley, be stricken out.
Tho Court thought it would bo
won" to take it out. It does not
atatoonytuing but that Haley did
not owe anything at that date.
The witness was asked, Did you
deliver goods previous to the date
of that order for Canavarro V
Tho Attorney-General objected to
this question. The Court said it
was f business transaction and could
bee no reason why the question
should not be asked.
Mr. Hatph said his question was,
have anv oods been ordered from
.,.. w-Air. Canavarro? To which
the witness replied.frequcntly, Capt.
Haley ordered them.
I have known Capt. Haley since
shortly after ho arrived here. He
lias acted for other members of tho
diplomatic corps in getting orders
for me, during tho time he was
here, and when I was in lmsincsB.
The extent of his orders were largo
for these other people I had no
., n mistrust his statements.
I don't know his financial position.
He had an income from homo, and
a salary for positions ho JioliI here.
I consider he had a good income,
Ho had credit. I believe ho was a
man that paid his bills. I don't
remember seeing that erasure on
tho order. It might have been thcro,
but I took no notice of it. I saw
Canavarro' s name. CApt. Haley
dictated tho amount of money for
duties that tho order should reprc
aent. The order was filled in, prior
to it being 8nt to tlyj Custom
House. Nothing was said to mo at
that time by tJapt. Haloy that I
bavenot stated. I had no agree
ment or no conversation with Haley
in ward to these liquors. J had
no agreement with him in regard to
this transaction I have drawn
liquors for other members of the
'- nil rilfeWr -w '"' -
Bargains in Embroideries,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
diplomatic corps; the pioccduro was
similar to this. Sometimes I filled
in the orders beforo I obtained tho
signature, and sometimes after. I
told the Attorney-General that 1
did not know how" Haley's account
stood. This was at the time of the
interview. 1 had no icason to look
into his account. I don't remem
ber saying to the Attorney-General
at that time that Haley was indebt
ed to mo. I have had dealings with
Canavarro since tho date of this
order. I don't think they asked me
at the interview if 1 had any deal
ings with Canavarro. I don't think
I told the Attorney-General that I
had no dealings 'with Canavarro
since the date of that order.
At 5 o'clock p. in. tho Court ad
journed for the day.
WunsKsnAY, April 25.
Court opened at 9 :30 a. m.
Mr. Hatch asked that Mr. Luce
bo recalled for the defence.
The Attorney-General objected.
The Court overruled the objec
tion, and Mr.(Luco was recalled.
Mr. Luce recalled, said, I do not
remember ever telling tho Attorney
General that no part of that liquor
was for Mr. Cauavarro's use.
Cross-examined by the Attorney
General: At the time of this tran
saction I had an account with Ila
lev. Previous to that transaction I
don't remember whether I had an
account with Canavarro. If I had
an account it wonld probably have
been closed. I think at that time
the account would have been
promptly paid. I cannot remember
whether I had any dealings withJGa
navarro. Capt. Haley had an ac
count with me from tho time I first
started in business. I was acquaint
ed with Haley before. I was cm
ployed in the house of II. Macfar
lane for over 10 years. I can't
remember if Haley was a customer
of that house, but 1 think he was.
I don't remember what his business
amounted to with mc. He was a
fair customer. Say from $100 to
$500 a quarter. Haley had his first
conversation with mc in regard to
this order, prior to this date (Jan.
28th, 1887.) I can't fix any date.
The order might have been brought
to mo that day or the day after.
Haley told me that Canavarro told
him that if he (Haley) brought him
an order he would endorse it, so
that he could get a rebate of duties.
Cant. Haley came to mo and said
that Canavarro told him that if he
would bring him an order he would
endorse it. He did not say that
Canavarro said that he (Haley)
would secure a remission of duties
by so doing. I have a very fair
memory. I don't know whether the
conversation was in the office, or in
the street. I gave him the order in
the ollicc. , I don't remember what
time elapsed between the time of
the conversation and the giving
of tho order. I stated that
I did not know whether Haley was
indebted to mc or not. I have subse
quently found out that Haley was
not indebted to me, by the examina
tion of my books. The books arc
now in my office.
Here the Attorney-General asked
the Court for an order for the books,
or else have the evidence struck out.
The motion was argued by both
The Court ordered that the testi
mony be stricken out.
By the Court: You said that by
examining your books you found
that nalcy did not owe you ; have
you anything more to say about it?
At the interview I thought that
perhaps Haley might have a balance
to his credit, or it might be the
other way. I then examined my
books and found that ho did not
,owo mo anything.
The Court then instructed the
iurv to ignore that part of the testi
mony relating to the indebtedness
of Haley, to which the attorneys for
the defence filed exceptions.
Cross examination resumed by the
Attorney-General. I did not know
as to Captain Haloy' s financial
standing. He had a good income,
and had 10,000 in the stable com
pany. I did not know that that
10,000 was iu his mother's name.
I know J. W. Luning. During the
two years I have been in business
ho has been a frequent visitor to
my store. I do not know that Mr.
Luning had a number of bills
against Haley that he could not col
lect. Ho never told me his busi
ness. I could not have said that I
did not seo the erasure, as I might
have seen it. I only looked at the
signature and took it for granted
that it was all right. I never said
that I read tho signature and tho
words "for my own uso," and did
not seo tho erasure That was a
blank order when I gave it to Ha
ley. I must have filled it in three
days after, according to tho date.
Tlio figures 493 and 501 aro mine.
I cannot explain thoso figures. The
order explains itself. Tho duties
amount to 8501.
Thcro aro 210 gallons of wine and
G!i gallons of spirits. I don't re
member tho cost of dew drop whis
key in bond. I think S3 a gallon.
Tho quantity in a cask varies.
Century whiskey is rooro expen
sive than the other, It Is worth about
$4 a gallon.
Tho Court ruled all this evidence
I filled tho order in at Capt.
Haloy'sdJqtafiPli. It wa$ for tho
amount of $50Q duties, Thpy were
' - ttti - -Abf
Barg'ns in Embroid'ed Dresses,
Tho Aroado-EGAN & CO.
in part for my general slock and
part to replaco goods taken by
Uy tho Court : tho good9 that went
into general stock were sold to any
body? Yes sir.
1 have had dealings with Cana
varro since that time. I don't re
member tho amount. I havo pro
bably sold him about 50 or SCO a
month, llo has paid for it. Ho paid
cash. 1 could not say that tho
amount was S37.50. 1 think the
last bill ho paid was about $38.00.
I think he has paid more for the
quarter previous. I think it was the
December quarter. It was after he
heard of this row. I think the
liquors wcic purchased before the
publicity of this matter. I recog
nise this bill, it is for $37.50. It was
paid in Jan. 1888. And tho liquors
were got in October. If Canavarro
should say that that was all the
transactions he had with me, I
should say he was mistaken.
Stmr Kasda from YVuinlim and Waiauac
Ilk Allco Mary fiom Newcastle, X S W
Schr Kulmnuiiu from Hawaii
Stmr Walalcale for Kauai nt p m
VESSELS LEAVINC T0-M0RR0W.
Schr Canute for Kuan
Schr Waluisdu for Kuan
Schr Wnloll for Kimn
Stmr Kanla for Waianao and Watalua
at 0 a m
Schr Kawailaul for Koolnu
For Molokal per Mokolil, April 21
C B Wilson aim 30 deck.
For Maui anil Hawaii per Kiuau April
21 His Ex I, A Thurston anil wife, O
Crelgliton, Miss Halstcail, Miss Karn
anl, V15eilowit7, E Zeiunwalt, Itov II
Bell and wife, Mr Alslp anil wife, W II
Shipninu, M Ostrom, (J J Lane, Mrs L
Aliolo and Child, P A Bias, Hon J
Magulre, C Y Alona and about 300 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, April
25 Mrs M S Kiee anil child, II Water
house, W T Lucas, 11 D Wishard, Mr
Gauilall, wife and two children, Mr
Gicy, Miss Forbes, Mrs H Isouberg,
Miss Soionon, Miss Mos&man, T 11
GIbon anil wife, W II Climmlugs. Hon
"W II IUco and child,. TXcper. Mr Pfoul
hauer, 4 Hawaiian? and 100 ilcck.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Thi:uk will be no cricket match
A GKNTIiKMAX WUlltS
a situation as
Tun Japanese man-of-war
come into port to-moirow.
The Adams' weekly receptions and
dances aio at an end for the present.
As wo go to press tho Judge is
charging tho jury in tho Conspiracy
All Odd Fellow aro invited to an
anniveisaiy celebration to-morrow
Tin: Mohican's commission will bo
up in June and tho Adams' in No
vember. Tiik Quintetto Club furnished
music for a dancing party on tho U.
S. Vandalia last evening.
Tin: bashful boys of tho Hawaiian
Social and Dancing Club had a danco
in their now hall last ovening.
Mr.ssiis. Elders & Co., Fort street,
havo a splendid lot of now goods of
every disciiption in their line.
Tub Captain's gig belonging to tho
Itussian man-of-war is ono of tho fin
est boats ever seen at the boat-land
Tim steam launch belonging to tho
Kazboynick is being put in readiness
for service between tho vessel and
Dukino the heavy showers last
night Professor Bcrgcr invited the
visitois at Thomas Square on to tho
Tun Russian sailors got up at i
o'clock every morning and nay mags
at 5 o'clock. Their pay is said to ho
about $2 a month.
Captain Underwood of tho slcamor
Knala which arrived last night, ic
ports beautiffil weather at Waialua,
but sloppy at Waianao yesterday.
Mit. Low, Chief Engineer 'of tho
Morning Star and possessor of tho
boa-horso mentioned in tho Bulle
tin last ovening, has gone to Hawaii,
to work on a plantation.
Tiikui: will bo no music atTliomas
Squaio on Friday ovening. Tho
band will play at tho reception given
to tho ollicers at tho Hawaiian Hotel
on that ovening.
. & i
In another column is a notico of
an entertainment to be givon on
Satuiday ovening, in' aid of the llii
liah Ronovolont Socioty. A number
of ladies and gentlemen havo pro
mised their assistants in music and
Y recitation. Tho programme will bo
a brilliant ono.
In tho present stagnation of trndo
Fort street is a pretty quiet thorough
faro, ho that when about noon to-day
an unusual number of pedestrians
woio out, it ropoitor asked what it
meant, a small boy said, "Oh, thoy
aro all lushing to the Criterion, to
get Philadelphia boor I"
Some men aro good becauso good
ness pays host, and then, again,
souio arc good for nothing.
For Spring Summer Clotliing,
Tho Arcade EGAN & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Company C Honolulu Kiflcs
at 7:30 o'clock.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7:30 o'clock.
Playing meeting at tho vestry of
tho Central Union Church at 7:30
The Honolulu Rifle Association
meet at tho house of Capt. Win.
Unger, at 8 o'clock.
Drill of Kngine Co. No. 2 and
meeting of No. 2 Volunteer Hose
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
I1Y I.. J. L1JVUY.
lingular cash salo, at salesroom,
at 10 o'clock a. si. Groceries, pota
toes, furniture, etc., to be offered.
Y. M. C. A.
The Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation will hold their anniversary
meeting in their hall, to-morrow
(Thursday) evening, at 7:30 o'clock.
The exercises will consist of an ad
dress by the retiring President,
brief reports of committees, singing
and refreshments. All the mem
bers and young mon who may bo
strangers, and all friends of the
Association are cordially invited.
COAL, GOAL, GOAL.
Coal is very bigb and scarce, wood
is cbeap and plentiful, that is, if you
call on T. J. King, at tho Union Feed
Co., be can sell you stove wood
cheaper for 'Visit than over board
of before in this country. Call and
seo him about it. 25 lit
A COUGH REMEDY.
ONir TwrjNY-nvi: cknts rcn pound.
Iiritatcd throats and annoying
coughs aro quickly relieved by tho
genuine Butter Scotch, only to bo
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
Wednesday, April 21.
W. Thompson, AV. Tison, G. Har
rigan and J. Elcscn,, drunkenness,
Emma and Moses Nakuina vs.
W. C. Achi ; judgment reserved.
Haw. Carriage Mfg. Co. vs. Man
uel Perry ; from tho 20th. Judg
ment for plaintiff for $35.55.
G. W. Macfarlane vs. II. McCul
lcn. Assumpsit for 25.30. Con
tinued to 27th.
C. Ahphat vs. J. II. Soper and
Waipa, trespass. Claim of 6200.
Judgment for plaintiff for 10 and
Lovejoy & Co. vs. Louis Titcomb,
assumpsit for 838. Continued to
J. E. Brown & Co. vs. Honolulu
Steam Laundry ,from the 20th. Con
tinued fo June Gth, unless sooner
J. F. Colbum vs. W. L. Wilcox,
from tho 20th ; withdrawn.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alakca NtrcclM.
Open every Day and Evening.
Tho Library consists at the present
time of over Five Thousand Volumes.
The ReadliiR Room Is supplied with
about fifty of the leading newspapers
A Parlor is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, llfty cents a
jiontli, payable quarteily hi advance.
No formality required in joining except
signing the iolL
Strangers fiom foreign countries and
visitors from the other Islands aio wel
come to tho rooms at all times as guests.
This Association having no regular
means of suppert except tho dues of
members, it is oxpected that residents
of Honolulu who ilesiio to avail them
selves of Its privileges, and all who feel
an interest in maintaining aninstltiitiorr
of this kind, will put down their names
and becomo regular contributors.
A. J. OARTWRIGI1T, Pros.,
M. M. SCOTT, Vice-President,
H. A. PAUMELLE, Secretary,
A. L. SMITH, Treasurer,
O. T. RODGERS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Library Committee.
Continental and Colonial
36 Ruo do Dunkerque, - - - Paris.
Executes Indents for every description
of French, Belgian,
Swis, German, and English Goods, at
tho best Manufacturers' Lowest Prices.
Commission, Two.and.a Half per cent.
All Trade and Cash Discounts allowed
to Clients. Original Invoices forwarded
Remittances, through a London or
Paris Hanker, payable on delivery of
Shipping documents; or, direct to the
Tho Agency Represents, Buys, and
Sells, for Homo and Colonial Firms.
Piece Goods, Cashmeres, Cambrics,
Silks. Volvctb, Lawns, Chintzes,
Muslins, Carpets, Cloths,
Millinery, Luces, Gloves,
Fringes, Parasols, Haberdashery,
Gold and Silver Lace,
Flannols, Feathers, Pearls,
Boots and Shoes, Glaes, and
Ohina.wnro, Clocks, Watches,
Jowollry, Fanrv Goods,
Elcctro-plate, Musical Instruments,
Fans, Ecclesiastical ami
Optical Goods. Mirrors, Toys.
j.criumry, winua, oju.,
Oilman's Stores, Hooks. Artistic
"" e! -In
Hew Shades in Dress Goods,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
IF YOU really want your money's
worth of tho finest Homu-Miulo
French and l'lnin Candles, the most
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy anil
Plnln CakoB, cull nt tho Pioneer Slcnm
Cnnily Factory, Bakery anil ICo Ureim
Parlors, established 1S0J, Hotel, oppo.
site Bethel street. F. HoiiK, Practical
Confectioner, Piistry Cook and Ornn
muntcr. P. S. The only plnco where
the Genuine Butter Scotch Is manu
factured aifd sold. 10 tf
THE DAILY BULLETIN has the
largest circulation of any paper
printed In tills Kingdom. CO cents pcr
THE GROSSTE AUSWAHLvou
XJ fclnon bllucr Wmircn rur iiocn-
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 columns. $2 per innum.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
JL advertise it in tlio Daily Bullktin.
GENTLEMEN ABOUT proline,
ing wedding presents will find n
flno assortment of Solid Silver Ware at
the store of M. Melnerny. 03 tf
tho Kingdom "The
50 cents per month.
J- PER i
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
forma Pott, Madeira and Malaga,
for salo In kegs and cases by
OONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queen street.
THE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho
i. most popular paprr published.
CLEAN RAGS anri second hand
clothing will bo gratefully rccelv
ctl for tlio use of the iumatcs of tho
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kaknako,
or at the Leper Settlment on Molokal,
If left with J. T. Walcrhousc, jr., nt the
Queen Street Store. l&f tf
THE OLDEST DAILY In the
X Kingdom "The Daily Bulletin."
50 cents per month.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas Mill.
BUSS. P. THIELE,
On Berctanin street near PiiUoi.
(Formerly McGuiro's House,)
Kindergarton & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, Frenck and German taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A safe conveyance will call for and re
turn children living at a distance.
72 Mutual Telephone No. oGl. r3m
E "Thomas Bell," from MADIUIU,
A Jb'oiv of Thoso
For Salo at
22 Queen Street.
le Ming Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
Made in America.
Meals Superior to all Others.
Aceuts of the
PITTS & SCOTT'S
General Mlilpninn Asciioy anil I'or
oiun 1'nrcolH KxnrcHM.
Goods, Parcols, Baggage, Etc, Etc,
Forwarded to and from all parts of
O. O. D. amounts of berviees collected
in any country.
41-TarilTH of JtutcH on Aiiiillratlon-ca
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
J. E. BROWN and CO.,
00 28 Merchant Street. tf
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpWO COTTAGES fully
JL appointed, beautifully
located, within 5 lnlnulos'
walk of the Post Ofllce. An opportu.
nlty seldom ollercil to secure a comfort,
ablo home within easy reach of tho
business part of tho city. For parti,
culars inquire at
001 tf GULIOK'S AGENCY.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
BETWEEN Plikol and Kcc
aumoku streets, lot runs
through to Klnau street, 100
feet frontage. Good pasturage. Coltago
contains C rooms, carringo houso and
ktables for a or 4 horses. Pent 520 per
month. Apply to
J. E. UUOWN Si CO.,
(i tf '-'3 Merchant btrect.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X adycrtUo in tho Daily Huhktw.
h'-i &' .
63 & 65
Brand Queuing of
Dry Goods k
Received by lust steamer a Choice and Well-Selected Stock of NEW
GOODS, bought personally, to which I most respectfully
invite the ladies for inspection.
An Elegant Line of New Dress Goods at 26 cents per yard,
Ladies will be pleased to select fiom our Slock the following Goods
which will bo sold at the
LOWEST BED XtOCIC PKICES.
Great Novelties in
"White I'iqiie, Jtutiste. SccrMiuEicr, Homn Sniting, Cliambray,
Satinc Brocades, Kinbroidcd Swiss, Fancy Giulianis, Linen Lawns, Etc.
I'.ntlroly Kou- "KI'.tMIISK 1I111K."
Great attension Is called to our Stock of EMBKOIDEUIES
Oriental Laces, Torcioi Laces ana Spuis! Laces,
Which wo leeched direct fiom Hwitetland and wo aro odeiing all Embroi
deries and Luces nt Ldwit 1'iiccs than can ho bought elsewhere.
Children's Dresses & Children's Lace Caps
In all the Latest Styles. 100 HOY'S SAILOlt SUITS at $2.50,
worth .fl.00. BOY'S KNEE PANTS UNION TWEED at 75
cents per pair. An Elegant Lino of
BOY'S -'JJEnELSJETr CJiTS,"
Entirely New; just the thing for the present season. A Largo Assortment of
GENTS' STRAW HATS, in the Latest Styles. MISSES',
GIRLS' and HOYS' STRAW HATS.
Received direol from tho East a Largo Aafcortmcnl of
CeutN', JCiilieN Mishon' iiul Cliildiren'M J$lioe,
Which will ho sold at the Lowest Prices.
83 & 65 Eort street.
58 Opposite Irwin & Co.
COMPLETE LINE OF GOODS
All kinds of Brackets, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
A. large assortment of Bird Cages, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Crockery, Glassware and Jelly Glasses, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Artotypes and Hew Chromos, kt
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and Frames, at
Purses, Ladies' Bags, Dressing Cases, Albums and
Scrap Books, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Baby Carriages, Doll Carriages, T5oy
. Wheel Barrows, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Combs, Brushes, Pans and Dolls, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Pisinos, Organs, Guitars, Accordeons, Drums, Flutes
' Violins, Banjos, &c., &e., at
&. WEST & CO.'S.
Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Zither and Piano Strings, at
G, WES7& CO.'S.
Picture Frames, Cornices and Mattrasses made to orderat
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Pianos and all kinds
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Canary Birds, warranted Singers, at
G. WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street,
tie Latest Novelties
tNV ITE D
Cases, Desks, Meat Safes and
Carls and Small