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For Fancy Goods & Trimmings,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
FRIDAY, APK1L 27, 1888.
.None other were there except Col.
Maefiiilane. lie was there for the
purpose of discussing tho liquor
frauds, and for tho purpose of elear
ingttway the nlijeuliona raised against
tho issuance of a license to the Key
Stone Saloon. There was reference
made to Mr. Ilaysclden. Uol. Mae
farlano said ho wished to explain the
connection of Macfarlanc & Co. in
regard to the withdrawal of liquors
from the Custom House upon tho
order of tho Hiitisli Commissioner
and others. 1 am aware of the
nature of the present prosecution,
lie (Mr. Macfarlanc) stated that it
had been the custom for several
years past to draw liquors from the
Custom House without the payment
of duties upon the orders of Mr.
Wodcliouse and the King. Ho also
stated that during the last election
tinder the Gibson Government, that
Mr. Iluyseldcn came to him and
ordered large amounts of liquor for
election purposes. Mr. Ilayscl
den said the purchasccs were for the
Government and not for his own
use. I made a memorandum of
what he said. I know positively
that Macfarlanc stated that Ilay
sclden said the liquors were not for
his own use but for the Government.
Mr. Macfarlanc delivered the
liquors, and when the amount be
came large, he demanded payment.
lie said the liquors were sent to va
rious points on the islands at the
direction of Mr. Ilaysclden. Mr.
Macfarlanc understood that the
liquor was for election purposes.
Mr. Macfarlanc said he had charg
ed the liquor to Mr. Ilaysclden.
And wheu he demanded payment
from Ilaysclden, he threatened to
suo him if the account was not paid,
and Ilaysclden said he would get
an order. Subsequently Ilaysclden
came to him with an order from the
King for an amount of liquor, the
remitted duties on which was sufll
cient to balance tho account. Mr.
Macfarlanc said he was present
when Hayseldcn brought the orders,
and wo drew the liquors and put
them in stock. By "we" was
meant the two firms. 1 think he
said Mr. Ilaysclden said I will
bring an order, and subsequently he
brought an order from the King.
By the Court: You say Mr. Mac
farlanc said that that amount was
credited to Hayseldcn?
Yes. He said he would place his
books at the disposal of tho Attorney-General
for examination in con
nection with this matter, and the
next morning was appointed as the
timo for such examination.
Cross examined : He (Mr. Mac
farlanc) said that Hayseldcn came
to us. He said that he had a gen
eral knowledge of the business of
the firm, but the clerks did tho work.
I think he said Ilaysclden came to
us. He said ho was in the habit of
looking over the books, but he him
self demanded payment. He said
the amount was credited to Haysel
dcn and that balanced tho account,
the liquors having been charged to
Hayseldcn and not to tho Govern
ment. Mr. Ashford sworn said : On the
12th of January last I was Attorney
General, and I wrote a letter to
Messrs. G. W. Macfarlanc & Co.,
and Macfarlanc & Co. The pur
port of the letter-was that owing to
certain alleged irregularities in tho
withdrawal of goods from tho Cus
toms, that I objected to tho renewal'
of the licence for the Key btono
Saloon. About 1 or 1 :30 o'clock of
that day (Jan. 12), he (Macfarlanc)
came to the odlcc of tho Minister of
Finance to explain the matters dis
covered in that letter. I was pre
sent when he began his statement
and for some timo before. There
were no threats or promises held out
to him in my hearing. Tho state
ments made were voluntary. He ex
plained tho method of drawing goods
from the Customs without tho pay
ment of duties, by the uso of orders
from His Majesty and others. Ho
said when tho campaign was on Mr.
Hayseldcn canto to us anil said thatho
wanted to arrange for tho supply of
considerable quantities of liquors for
election purposos. I asked Haysel
dcn who it was for. Ho said it was
for the Government and not for him
self. It was agreed then and there
that tho liquors should bo furnished,
and it was subsequently furnished in
large quantities, and was sent to all
points throughout tho islands. Other
parties than Mr. Hayseldon directed
the sending of tho liquor. Tho
liquor was not paid for tho same
months, and wc were annoyed at Ilay
Bclden's tardiness, and so ono day 1
threatened him that I would sue him
unless ho settled the account. Hay
seldon said ho would bring in an
order for it. Being asked at that
interview who he charged that liquor
to, he said Hayselden, I made
comment on tho inconsistency of his
having sold tho liquor to tho Gov
ernment and charging it to Haysel
dcn. Tho interview was quite
lengthy and full minutes of tho con
versation were kept. Ho invited mo
to inspect his books in roferenco to
this affair, and laid great stress upr
on the straightforward manner in
whiou his books were kept, attd was
Bargains in Embroideries,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
satisfied that an inspection of tho
books would satisfy mo that every
tiling was straight. The next morn
ing at !), as tho timo appointed
for such inspection. I went to hisstoro
the next mottling about !) o'clock. I
found tho defendant up stalls with a
number of the books of the firm
spread out before hint. Mr. Irish
man was there. Mr. K. C. Macfar
lanc Rhowcd me up to the loom.
The defcudant and Mr. Irishman
were present all the time or nearly
so. I made an inspection of 11.
M.'s account and also Ilayscldcn's,
and was assured and say as a matter
of fact, that tho goods designated as
Government gin, wore not charged
to II. M.'s account. I found tho
goods charged to Mr. Hayscldcn'H
account. The debit was not enter
ed in tho ledger until April, 188G.
Tho entry is under the date of
April 20th, 188G. I was shown the
blotters used by the firm during the
month of January, 1880, and was
informed by Mr. Macfarlanc that by
using the blotters on alternate days,
the book-keepers could enter up the
charges without interfering with the
making of entries. I was shown
wocre all this liquor was entered in
one blotter. I saw the first item of
tho account, page 423 is the first on
which any entry was made. This
entry was on February 2, 188G.
Further on in the book were entries
of a previous date. Tho last nine
pages of tho book contain these
liquor entries. I saw tho same book
again the day the defendant was ar
rested. Tho account of Ilsysclden
debited on tho 20th of April, $1719.
35. There is no credit against that
until October 21st, 188G. There
were some small entries against
Ilayseldcn's account, but the large
debits and largo credits were in dif
ferent ink and a different handwrit
ing. On tho 21st of October, thcro
is a credit of $3000 to Ilaysclden,
and I think it is divided into two
entries of 1,500 each in tho
journal, on page 30G. I found en
tries there corresponding to entries
in the ledger, each for Sl,500. The
wording of the entries struck me as
peculiar, and I asked for an explan
ation. The entries were "Macfarlanc
& Co. Cash. F. H. Ilaysclden,
his order on tho Custom House for
liquors on which thcro was a rebate
of duties 1500."
Also, one similar to the abovo.
"G. W. Macfarlanc & Co. Cash.
His order on the Custom House,
used by them in payment of duties
at Custom House."
Mr. Macfarlanc made no explan
in regard to this transfer to Mac
farlanc & Co. to me. I said that as
far as your books arc concerned,
they arc just exactly as you have
represented them. The only ex
planation made was that Macfarlane
&'Co. needing liquors from the Cus
tom House used one of the orders
in that way. The remainder of the
account 1749.35, is credited Sep
tember 11, 188G. On page 423 of
the journal I found this entry :
"Sundries to F. II. Hayseldcn
It was explained by three sub
entries, which aggregate $1,749.35.
Mr. Lishman said that these goods
were not drawn from bond on the
dates when the orders were given,
but it has been the custom to hold
the orders for weeks according as
tho stock is wanted. The orders
arc sometimes signed in blank, and
then Mr. Lishman would fill in the
list with goods that were most need
ed for uso or sjvle. Those 3 ordors
before the Court were referred to as
the Havselden orders. I made this
memo at the time. Hayseldcn or
ders wcro $4,749.35. I had sub
sequent conversations with Col.
Macfarlane, ono in particular in the
hall of this building, when he urged
the withdrawal of my objection, re
ferring to the manner in which his
books wcro kept. ' Tho liquors in
Exhibits A, B, and C were used to
replace and balance the account of
the election gin.
Cross examined: I don't know
how I made a mistake in date, unless
it was so near tho Now Year that it
was in my mind that it was 1887. I
again saw the books and satisfied
myself that I had made a mistako in
writing 1887 instead of 188G.
Stmt1 Jas Mnkcc from Kauai
Selir Wnlcliu from Kuiiu
Am 11 27
Stmr Iwaluul for Laluilna and Ilamnkua
at 8 a in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Waimannlo for Walumimlo
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
ifnkeo 2,1133 bags feiigar.
The Dcutscliluiul lecelvcil a now mU
eii top-mast to-day.
The ship Ivy uiicltorcd oo tho PMBS
mif (hi uioi'iilii and took sugar from
Urn Mukuu. Tho Ivy Is about ready for
In this city, Thursday evening, April
2Gt!i, byBov. II. II. Parker, Hownul J,
Olubs to aiisu Annie Allium,
GOAL IS VERY SCARCE
And high in prico, T. J, King at
tho Union Feed Co,, Iiuh n largo lot
of hard wood sawed into stove length.
For ealo nt vory low prices for cash.
Cull and bco him about it. 28 3t
Barg'ns in Embroid'ed Dresses,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A LADY wishes a position as nurse,
No atresia up to noon to-duy by
3,501 nieii aro wonted at tho
Tub conspiracy ease is still on.
The King appealed on the stand as
Tin: huge stock of ales and wines
of lit own fe Co. aro olfoicd at very
Tin; regular quarterly meeting of
the Pacific lluuhvnru Co. will bo held
on Thursday, May 3.
Stockholm Tar and Coal Tar at
California prices, aro for ealo by
Messrs. llackfeld A Co.
1'autii:s about to furnish their
houses, aro directed to road West ifc
Co.'s new advertisement.
Mnssns. F. A, Selmofcr & Co. aro
ofl'eiing a lot of tho eolobrated
"George Ooulct" champagne.
Nkxt Monday morning, at!) oclock,
tho steamer C. It. Uishop will leave
for her monthly circuit of Oaliu.
Jafanksk and Kussianmcn-of-wars
men woio bi ought ashoro by tho boat
load this morning, for a spell of
Tin: stilling ntmospltoro of this
morning was slightly distubed by
salutes in honor of official visits to
Tin: O. S. S. Co.'s coal pile, at tho
foot of Fort street, which had boon
diminished to about half a ton, is
now being restored by the cargo of
the Alice Muir.
At the British Bcnovolent Society
entertainment to-moirow night, Dr.
Jessop, of the ltussiau win ship, will
tako part. The Society is under ob
ligations to this gentleman for his
help. Although tho doctor has been
hero only one week, many of our
citizens have heard his magnificent
playing on tho piano, and know what
to expect to-morrow evening.
The schooner Kc Au Hou while
trying to beat her way out of the
haibor this morning, ran foul of the
iion bark Thos. Boll. Tho bark was
struck well forward and not in the
least damaged, while the Hying jib
boom of the Kc Au Hon wus broken
in two. Tho Kc Au Hon loturned
to the wharf to lopair damages.
EVENTS THJS EVENING.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7 o'clock.
Reception to the Officers of the
American men-of-war at Hawaiian
Company D Honolulu Rifles, drill
at 7:30 o'clock.
Hawaiian Council, No. G89, A. L.
of II., meets in Harmony Hall, at
Meeting of Pacific Lodge No. 1,
D. of R., in Hall of ExcelsiorLodgc
at 7:30 o'clock.
Baseball match at Makiki, begin
ing at 3 i sr.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
UY J. P. MORGAN.
Regular cash sale, at 10 o'clock
a. m. Large assortment of provi
sions, furniture, etc., and one do
livery wagon and ono top buggy.
FURNITURE AT AUC
Tho auction sale of furniture ad
vertised to take place at the resi
dence of Mr. Henry Berger, on the
3rd of May, is changed to Monday
the 30th of April, intending pur
chasers aro notified that free busses
will start from the corner of Fort
and Beretania streets at half-past 9
on Monday morning next.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The entertainment to-morrowevon-ing
at the Y.M.C.A. hall under
tho auspices of the Blue Ribbon
Lcaguo will bo given by members
of the crow of II. M. S. Carolino,
(except tho address) and consists
of tho following:
Hong w. Smith
Recitation I. Curtis
Soiuf AY. Wilght
Song j, Dunlin)
Flute Solo W. Wright
Song T. Many
Iteeitutloii J. Cm tls
Song y,'. Xoakes
Address Rev. II. II. Gowou
Tho exercises begin at 7 :30 and
to avoid a too lengthy programmo it
is understood there will bo no re
sponse to encores. Everybody wel
come. POLICE COURT.
FntDAY, April 27.
G. "VV. Macfarlane vs. II. McCul
lan, from tho 25th Inst. Judgment
for plaintiff for S150.37.
Loyjoy vs. Louis Titcomb, from
25th. Judgment for plaintiff for
Tho case of Aswan vs. Apat, re
plevin for horso was on this after
noon. No caso was finished in tho crimi
nal department this morning.
New Shades in Dress Goods,
Tho Arcado-EGAW & CO.
Mr. Tewkesbury, of the Custom
House, in tho Conspiracy caso, now
on trial, in answer to a question, is
repotted to have said something to
the effect that a great many busi
ness houses had presented orders
for goods from persons entitled to a
rebate of duty. As the statement
specifics none in particular, the pub
lic arc liable to include everybody,
and wo would say for their enlight
enment, wc are assured that Messrs.
II. llackfeld & Company, Messrs.
Hoffschlacger & Co., II. Johnson,
and others have never accepted any
A COUGH REMEDY.
ONLY TWENY-FIVB CENTS l'ER TOUND.
Irritated throats and annoying
coughs aro quickly relieved by tho
genuino Butter Scotch, only to bo
found nt the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
Y. M. C. A.
Tho annual social of this socioty
was held last night. Quite a large
number of ladies and gentlemen
were present, notwithstanding the
fact that there wore several other
The first part of tho evening was
devoted to the transaction of Bttoh
business as generally comes up at
the annual meeting.
Reports of committees were read
and passed upon, as also the report
of tho Treasurer and General Secre
tary. Tho retiring President, Mr. F. J.
Lowrcy, then read an address to tho
members, and called on Mr.
W. W. Hall, the President elect,
who after a few remarks relative to
his taking office, announced the fol
lowing committees for tho ensuing
Devotional Committee J. B.
Atlicrton, W. A. Bowen, S. E.
Bishop, J. M. Whitney, E. C.
Damon, J. C. Thrum, "vV. Terry.
Temperance Committee P. C.
Jones, J. E. Bidwell, Rev. H. II.
Gowen, J. A. Dower.
Visitation Committee G. P. Cas
tle, A. F. Cooke, W. O. Atwater, R.
"W. Podmorc, L. P. Hanson, J. C.
Committee of Welcome II. Hyde,
E. A. Jones, D. Shepherd, G. A.
Nclh, II. Wickman, J. A. Gon
salves, W. Forbes, T. R. Walker, C.
Crozier, J. N. K. Kcola, T. Williams,
D. Douglas, L. M. White.
Entertainment Committee F. J.
Lowrcy, P. C. Jones, J. T. Water
house, Jr., T. May, C. M. Cooke, E.
O. White, T. R. Walker.
Emyloyment Committeo B. F.
Dillingham, J. II. Soper, N. F. Bur
gess. Reading room C. M. Hyde, T.
G. Thrum, E. C. Damon.
Committeo on Finance C. M.
Cooke, P. C. Jones, J. B. Athcrton.
Hawaiian Branch Hon. A. F.
Judd, P. C. Jones, C. M. Hyde, II.
II. Waterhouse, S. D. Fuller.
This was followed by a most en
joyable social, in which the ladies
and gentlemen connected with the
Association were attentive to visitors.
Refreshments consisting of ice
cream and cake were partaken of
and the company retired.
THE JAPANESE WARSHIP TSUKUBA.
The Japanese training ship Tsu
kuba, entered port j'esterday after
noon. She is a third class wooden
vessel of 1,978 tons displacement,
and has engines of 700 horse-power.
Sho was built in 1,851 for the Brit
ish Government, and in 1,874 was
sold to tho Japanese Government.
The guns of the Tsuknba consist of
8 l(i-ccntimclcr muzzle loaders and
3 4-pouncler field pieces. The ship
lias 44 naval cadets from the Naval
College at Tokio. The Tsukuba
will remain hero three or four weeks,
sailing next for Yokohama. Fol
lowing aro tho officers :
Captain T. Norniura, I. J. N.
Commander T. Hirayauia,
Navigating Lieutenant K. Mat
sumato. Lieutenants II. Arai, T. Sakai,
N. Miyaoka. M. Ota, and T. Kato.
Chief Engineer Y. Kntayc.
Chief Doctor T. Kanno.
Chief Paymaster G. Mori.
Sub-Lieutenants K. Fukdgawa,
M. Nawa, K. Asaba, II. Sugita, N.
Tanabe, Y. Ycgashira, II. Sakai,
M. Ilayashi, K. Yashimi.
Assistant Engineer T. Yama
gami. Assistant Doctor G. Yasliida.
Assistant Paymasters Y. Yashi
tami and T. Kiiwai.
Midshipman S. Atikawa.
Clerk S. Kanai.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alnkca Street.
Open every Duy and Evening.
Tho Library consists at the present
time of over 1' Ivc Thousand Volumes.
Tho Reading Room Is supplied with
about fifty of the leading newspapers
A 1'iirlor is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, fifty cents a
.nonth, payable quarterly In advance,
No formality required in joining except
signing tho roll.
Strangers from foreign countries and
visitors from the other islands aro wel
comu to the rooms at all times ag guests.
This Association having no regular
For Spring Summer Clothing,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
means of sunpsrt except the dues of
members, It is expected that residents
of Honolulu who desire to avail them
selves of Its privileges, and nil who feel
an Interest In maintaining an Institution
of this kind, will put down their mimes
and become leeulnr contributors.
A. J. CARTWUIGHT, Pies.,
M. M. SCO'IT, VIeo-PrcsUlcnt,
It. A. PAKMELKE, Secretary,
A. L. SMITH, Treasurer,
U. T. RODGERS, M.D.,
Chairman Hall and Library Committee.
THE FINEST resort In tho city
X "The Elite leo Urcam Parlors1'
patronized by tho leading society. 28 lw
THERE IS a peculiar delightful
JL llivor about all the Candies of the
Now Candy Fnotory, which makes tlicin
so popular with young ami old. 123 lw
IF YOU really want your money's
worth of the finest IIomcMado
French and l'lnin Candles, the most
Delicious Ice Creams, or Fancy and
Plain Cakes, call at the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory, Rakery nntl leo Cream
Parlors, established 1SC3, Hotel, oppo
slteRethcl street. F. Uoim, Practical
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Orim.
mentor. P. S. Tho only placo where
the Genuine Butter Scotch is nianu.
faotured and sold. 10 tf
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(Formerly McGuiro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A safo conveyance Will call for and re
turn children living at a distnnee.
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Meals Snperlor to all Others.
GONSALVES & CO.,
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ABOUT seven acres of good pasture,
ileu or gulden land, nt Knpahiinn,
about a milo and a half fiom town, with
u two-story dwelling house, kitchen
stable and other out houses.
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COTTAGES TO LET.
WO COTTAGES fully
located, within 0 11111111163
wulk of tho Post Olllcc. An opporlu.
ulty seldom ottered to secure a comfort,
able homo within easy reach of tho
business part of the city. For parti
culars inquire at
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niiinokii slrccN. lot runs
through to Klnaii street. 100
fpil frnntnfrp. flrwifl TmKlllrncro. f!nttnrm
contains fi rooms, cuningu house and
ttables for 3 or i horses. Ileal 20 per
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Hcceived liy Inst steamer a Choice and Well-Selected Slock of NEW
GOODS, bought personally, to which 1 most respectfully
invito the ladies for inspection.
All Elegant Line of New Dress Goods at 26 cents per yard,
Ladies will be pleased to select from our Stock the following Goods
which will ho Bold at tho
TOAVlCSX J31QO JKOCIt PXtlOlCS.
Great Novelties in
WItito llqnc, Jftntistc. Scer.mtcker, JKuma igniting, Clinmbrny,
Satine Ilroendcs, Embroided Swiss, Fancy Giulianis, Linen Lawns, Etc.
Kntlrcly Sew " XV.VUV.U IMqUK.'
Gicat attension ia cnllcd to our Stock of I3MIJROIDERIES
Oriental Laces, Torclioi Laces ai Spaiisl Laces,
Which wo received diiect from Switzerland and wc nio offering all Embroi
deries and Laces nt Lower 1'iices than can bo bought elsewhere.
Children's Dresses & Children's Lace Caps
In all the Latest St vies. 100 HOY'S SAILOR SUITS at $2.50,
worth $4.00. HOY'S KNEE PANTS UNION TWEED at 75
cents per pair. An Elegant Lino of
BOY'S "JTCEXEfcSE SUITS,"
Entirely New ; just the thine; for tho present season. A Largo Assortment of
GENTS' STRAW HATS, in the Latest Styles. MISSES',
GIRLS' and HOYS' STRAW HATS.
Received direct from the East a Largo Assortment of
ron.tH X-jitUehT, XiMHew' uiiU Oliildrcn'M SIiocm,
Which will bo sold nt tho Lowest Prices.
'0 m n
COMPLETE LINE OF GOODS
Ave receiving- by every incoming- steamer from San
Furniture, Chairs, Pianos, Mrs, Retires,
Crockery AVarc, Baby Carriages,
Bird Cages, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Fancy Goods !
NEW STYIiBS IN
PIANOS and DET-TCJItlITUItE:
Sold on the Installment Plan.
MATRASSES, CORNICES & FRAMES
Always on Hand and Mudo to Order.
( Warranted Singers.)
FOR SALE AT
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mli 87 KONOLU JL.TJ. ly
tie Latest Mbs
& 65 Eort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
ew Goods !
Fancy Goods !