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J. N. 8. WILLIAMS,
tt. MORE, : :
Engineers & Iron Pounders,
Office & Works,
Sugar Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, Steam Engines,
Btbam Boilers, Juice Tanks, Coolers, Molasses Tanks, Sugar Own,
Cane Curs, Elevators, Conveyors, Ftimucc Fittings,
Wrought A CftBt Iron Work for Housa Builders,
Water Wheals & Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc., Etc., Etc,
Diffusion Machinery in- all its Branches.
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iHMHbHllMBimL.arrcBliHEL Hi f i r ii O
Wolf A cent fclnivailnn Inland for the
PELION WATER WHEEL
Repairs of all'kinds
of Machinery done at
at short notice.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S..
White Dress Goods, in striped, at
10 cents yard.
Victoria. Lawn, lOy piece, for 7f
All colore Moiree Silk, $1.25 and
91.50, formerly $2.50 yard:
All wool Plaids, reduced for 50 and
75 cents yard.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE !
Dressmaking under the management of Miss CLARK.
Having removed our BODA WORKS to more commodious quartan at
ISo. S FORT Tlfi-JEGET,
(Near the Custom House)
We are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, an)
of the fallowing High Class Aerated Beverages :
Plain, Sweet, Lemon, Strawberry er Cream
Using exclusively the HYATT PORE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLlSTER & CO;,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PliANTATlON & JK8URANCE AGENTS.
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural lmplenlfisls,
OirjMinUrn', BUiukBinitliB', Machinists' A riiuiibW TimU,
HjGWSE FURNISHING GOODS!
JjCUclieu UUmslU, I'hIiiU, OIU, VaniUlnNi, Lamp Owajx uud
WiiIlo!!. .Sjmw I'uwpfe, WwtOfi'B Ceiilriluilah,
Mxikm I M Ml) MMMh
reasonable rates and
All Department a
dress lengths, mil
$5 and $7 piece.
Black Laces & Flouncings, at youi
All styles of Curtains & Drapery,
Gents' Underwent, White Shirts,
Sock, Etc., Etc.
& Iron Water, and Crab
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Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Ry order of the OA1IU RAILWAY &
LAND CO. 1 will full at Publlo
Auction nt Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
AT O'CLOCK 1. 31..
X limited number ot those desirable
Mil Lots at Pearl City
The Company have expended $20,000
to procure an ample supply of puie
mountain water, resulting In the com
pletion of two large Reservoirs with
storage of nearly 2,000,000 gallous.
From a distributing Reservoir with a
capacity of 700.000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 100 teet above ua level, water
has been laid along Lehua Avenue to
the Pearl City Depot In a B-iueli Oast
lion Pipe, from which wati-r will bo
supplied b) the Company atGovein
ii'iit i ales.
The Company will bludJtself In the
Deeds to (,'niry piucliasirs uud their
tiniillos and servants by rail buttieeu
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile. 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, 1st Cluss,
During a teun of U jeais fioin the itate
1'liese special Kates of Karfc will be
trunsfei able with the property duilu
tin term named In the Oimlnal Deed.
Tiaius will alwajsberun forteusonable
accommodation of residents at Pearl
i Ity. Train? will reach Honolulu at
0 : IS and 8 oi 8.45 and 1 1 :50 a. m , leave
Honolulu for Pearl i Ity and way Sta
tions at 8 :1S a. m and 1:40 aud 4 to
4:30 and 5:15 to 5:30 p. m. subject ho w
ever to such changes as may be from
time to time found necessary for the
convenience of the public or business
Interests of the Company. Evening
Trains will also be ruu whenever theie
Is a. reasonable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
'I hose desiring lots where the most
charming -view can lie had from the
veranda of cottage or mansion, call
obtain lots fronting on Lehua, Malic or
Woodlawn Aeuucs; this is a most
charming location for residences, an all
agree who have tiken the trouble to'
walk up Lehua Avenue above the Ewa
Court House. As a health, resort, a
better situation cannot be found. To
assist settlers, the following easy terms
are offered :
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 years,
One-i'hird in 5 years,
With Interest at 7 Per Cent.
Thus making it possible for the most
limited in means, to procure a line
healthy residence. Distance, is anni
hilated by railway communication, so
that people living at Pearl City will
Teach Honolulu fii less time thau it
takes to come fiom WniMkl by the
ordinal v means of travel, while the ex
pense for a person will not be more
than live cents per day greater than the
present cost of travel to Walkiki by
Now is your time to procure
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Prices lower than they can ever be
bought in the future.
Don't Let YourOpportunity Slip
If you do you will live to quote the
"hind sight" sayings we so often hear
from people who had a chance to buy
the whole of Kulaoknhun Plains for a
song, but they didn't! A woid to the
wiso is Hutilcieut.
GJTilapsof the Lots can be seen at
the offices of the Paclllo Haidwaie Co.,
Hawaiian News Co., aud T. 0. Thrum's,
and at my Salesroom, Honolulu, where
all luithcr information can be obtained.
J AS. F. MO KG AN,
684 3Dt Auctioneer.
BROWN LEGHORN'S !
BROWN Leghorn Cocke
rels for sale, guaranteed
thoroughbred. Address "Ha
waiian Ostrich Farm," Ka
piolani Park; Mutual Tele
C95tl phone 325
ONE House and Lot on
.Beretania street, a few
doors above the Armoiv.
For particulars inquire within.
AVDKY Convenient and
Desirable Cotlago fur
nished or unfurnished, near
tlio old baseball ground at JJaMkl Ap
ply at OULICIca AGENCY,
76 tf .18 Merchant street.
SUITE of Three Nicely
ASsffln X Furnished Rooms, two
bedrooms and pailor. oa
Punchbowl street near Palace Walk;
suitable for two single gentlemen.
tit! I tf II, J' llWIIIAUn,
HTOKISB TO LliT.
.M&it 'PWOHtoieson Kliigsliet
MwfMk I ft'ttuilly ni'ciipli'tl by
HMHWIMi', Chits, lltutitt'ti, to let at
icasoiinblu inula), PiemlueH Imwi litMiu
thonniKliiy reiinvult'il, PouhkIoii at
hiu'u Aily U
7 -4 in liimiloi Olllfti,
A iiKHiit wn.in'ht'.ijiioiii
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HHH tjttiui'iini rouiftiim m niJDjcr
antit li.iiiiia. liiiun .lulilu. tilti, it) in till
ilitiiu'liril riiiiuthouiit mi
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THE SUGAR TRUST FLOORED,
Two Recoivers Appointed by
i Judge Pratt.
It Cannot Legally Hold the
Bad Financial Showing--DlwlHcnds Paid Out
ot Sorrowed Money.
Uroat Fall In Vertlileattot I
San Fiuncisco, Nov. G, 1890.,
A history of the litigation leading
up to this point should be interest
lug to Hawaiian planters, whose con
nection with the SunarTrust, through
the American RellneryUo., has been
lutimnte. When the New York Couit
of Appeals decided that tho Sugar
Trust was an .illegal otgtuiization,
nurliuipntiou ift which would forfeit
the charters of the various corppin
tiotis merged into it, the Ilave
meyers, Seailes uud their nssoclales
went before the Supreme Court of
King's County with a petition setting
out that the petitioners had acted
unlawfully as organizers and trustees
of the Sugar Ttust, that by said
unlawful acts they hud become:
possessed of niuoh valuable properly
of which they could not divest them
selves and could not legally retain,
and therefore prayed the Court to
issue a winding up order with author
ity to distribute the assets to the
holders of certificates. At the same
time a plan of reorganization was
agreed upon by the trustees, aud
arrangements were made with the
Central Trust Company .of New
York and Kidder, Peabody & Co.
to carry out the details and finance
the new sugar combine. The plan
was to deposit sugar certificates with
the Central Trust Company for the
purpose of reorganization and to
issue a deposit receipt of the Trust
Co. for the same. The financial
part of the business was to be en
trusted to Kidder, Peabody & Co.,
who were to receive 8500,000 for
their name and services, and, Mr.
George C. Magoma, a member of
that Ami, is to be one of the incor
porators of the new Company,: to be
styled the American Sugar Refining
Coinpanj', the other incorporators
under the law of New Jersey being
H. O. Havemeyer, T. A. Have
mever. F. O. Matthiessen. J. E.
Searles, Jr., William Dick and J. B.
Meantime the trustees were mani
pulating Wall street, speculating in
certificates, and using their exclusive
knowledge to enrich themselves at
the cost of outside holders of sugar
stock. In this speculative game the
trustees passed the October divi
dend, points having been given out
beforehand which ore alleged to
have 'been used in the interest of
favored operators. Certificate hold
ers became alarmed and disgusted
with the methods of the Trust, aud
an injunction was obtained prohi
biting the trustees from distributing
or disposing of any property in their
hands belonging to the Trust. As
the tiustees absolutely refused to
permit an inspection of their books,
or to issue a financial statement, the
feeling of dissatisfaction became in
tensified, uud an application for the
appointment of a receiver was made
in King's County and agreed before
Judd Pratt last month.
During argument an affidavit by
John E. Searles, Jr., treasurer and
secretary of the Trust was rea6 Jn
which he attempted to meet all ob
jections to its management, claimed
that the refusal to issue a financial
statement was in the interest of all
certicate holders, urged that the
proceedings in court dealyed re
organization and prevented the publi
cation of a financial statement, and
denied that Kidder, Peabody & Co.
weie to bo paid haf a million for
their services by ' the Trust they
were acting as financial agents and'
would be paid by the certificate
holders, which in this case is a dis
tinction without any difference.
Counsel for the opposing certificate
holders agreed to an immediate
amendment of the injunction to en
able the plan of reorganization and
financial statement to be made forth
with. The Trust asked for delaj in
publication, but this was not acced
ed to, and the Court amended his
flrdur jn accordance with the stipula
tion, The result was tjie publica
tion of the only bapcp shpet wlitci
tho Sugar Tiust, with a nominal
paid-up capital of sixty millions, has
ever published. It is a curiosity in
its way and created an pxpeqdiugly
bad impression on Wall street,
which then became conscious of the
fuel that it had been systematically
ilufed mid imposed upon by tho
Ti list malingers for over three years
past, Thu price of eerllluiue liiul
hfuu kept up by tlio payment of
Imgu dividends, uu )i now appears
I In grmit part fiom lion owed nionoy,
, ami by lliu utmuwtmt Unit thuru was
ulnuys l)cuui'ii six mid suyuu mil'
Hun ilulUi In thu treasury to "Unlit
NprwItoU" mnl hiu'p coiiUiiiidhi
illvlilmiiW. Tim rupuiW wwl Imluncu
uliuul iipiinntlMil to thu plmi of "rpiif
Ifulloii mjow Ull Hi! wrn uftm
, italUllill. tin Anillll III. IHPHi
Qidjp e fluJy WhWl.m In ID"
w .: my. .i
ln WOVDBait tt 18DQ.
HnbUUlea, $8,794,191.80, loavlnpr ex
cess of aets over liabilities, $11,
743,054.52. The Trust balance
sheet wns complied by London char
tered accountants, on October 28th
from the statements and trial balance
sheets of corporations comprised In
the combine sent to them by the
Trust up to tho end of AugUBt, tnd
is as follows :
Cash.,,. .,..,..$ 079,987.01
Debts due the company
on acceptance and ,
open account 7,609,146.42
Stock of sugar on con
signment , ., k 1,289,204.20
Stocks of PUgar and
, syrup on hand, raw,
refined and in pro
'Stock on baud of bono
black, fuel and storos 1,537,143.17
premiums, etc 80,449.93
On accept- " '
gages. . .
r o w e d
m o n e y
Eei'B of assets over
liabilities ijSll.743,051 52
(To be continued.)
'PO meet the demaud of tile pub-
He for au oppoituulty to visit
Peahl (jnr, the OAHU RAILWAY &
LAND COMPANY have arranged to
have nn Omnibus to meet each tmlo
from Honolulu at Peakl City sta
tion eveiy day (hundajs excepted)
fiom November 15th to Novembci
29th inclusive; during whicli time
Special Tickets will bu Issued at
Honolulu btatiou with coupon at
tached to coer tlie bus fine, at a
cost of GO ccuts each, 'for the tound
trip, to and orer Pearl City and
return. The Cuinpany desiie that
all intending purchasers sh.ill have
au oppoYiunity to see the Lots of
feied for sale, aud that they may
also see the provision made for an
ample supply of Pure Mountain Wa
ter. The bus provided will take
people all over that part of Pearl
City now laid out In streets. The
distributing reiervoir full of water
contains about 700,000 gallons and is
situated at au elevation of 100 feet
above sea level.
The company proposes to make
within a mouth or two another dis
tiibutiriK reBt.rvoii about a half mile
farther up, at an elevation of 190
feet above sea level, w hich w ill sup
ply water for all Lots above the level
of the present distributing lesei voir.
The Munition of the Lots above the
100 feet elevation is rine, and the
view of Peaiil Harbor and the
sui rounding country is most charm
ing, but the Company want the
public to seo for themselves, and
therefore make it possible for all to
do so, at a trifling expense, and
with the least possible physical
&r Bemeuiber, those who Bay
at the Firit svale will secure Lots
at a Lower Price" than they oin
be bought b,t iny future time !
B. F. DILLINGHAM.
General Manager O. it. & L. Co.
" TO THE LADIES !
Of Han Vrnuclaco.
(Proprietor of tlie Redfern House, Mar
ket Street, under Palace Hotel),
Intends to remain in Honolulu for the
next three or four months for the benefit
ot bis health, during which time he has
concluded to open a
Ladies'Tailorlng & Dressmaking
Ladles wishing to have their Fall aud
Winter Costuim s made will do well to
call at once to secure their orders.
Itidlug Habits, Genuine Tailoi-made
Costumes, Traveling Ulsters, Jackets,
all thcLatest Designs in
Promonade and. Evening Coa turner,,
rar His universal leptitatluu nit a
Fitter and (it'iunUi Ik inn Wi II
knowu to need any lui thur u comm nid
ation, He I guarantee perfect mult-
Cor. Fort & Hotel Stp,
(Omr Temple of Fashion,)
uhiiiiu'ii (nun ilia t.
A, 'lliiiiiliiu him iiiv
IV MllUi Mil li
full iiiw!' n( uiloiuuy In ih' fui Hid Hull
llltfUiiHiaiilklillii'"' (,)iiii M- rlliiiilcn
will lui l III" iilliuu t'tir, nn i nut) Mur
m hi iirviri Mini in hihm1
i Will W llHhpHU)'!)
HJ1UUU I I"
....illmi i.iIiiIU,. l f...l, .1' 1. 1.. '
Steamship Comp y
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Stonmshlp
Will lcvo Honolulu for the above
Friday, Nov. 21st,
For Freight or l'nsugc, apply to
Wm. Q. IBWIN & CO., L'd,
710 lw Agents
(ON I (IK)
lVr"S S AuBitaHn,"
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. NOITK, Proprietor.
Fort Street House,
184 Fort Street,
family hotel of Honolulu,
the comforts of home.
Rooms with or without Board.
Board, per week, aeoording to looms
810 to 812
Transient, per day 2 00
Siugle Meals SO CcuU,
Knows LiUi-C". Light unit Airy,
nuil Cold Itntlm.
II. II. BKKRY,
IIoCul Hi., Honolulu.
F1SHEK, Pi op.
Board and Lodging, per week, (uo
coidiuir. to locitioa of looms,..
10 00 to $12 On
Transient, per day 2 00
Table Board, pel w eek 7 00
single Meals 50
j-Visitors will find this one of the
most comf oi table and convenient house
In the city, the rooms being huge, light
and airy. Hot and cold water baths.
I make a specjalty of repairing tine
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc,
And guarantee flrst-class work at
Hotel at., under tho "Arlington."
All orders for cartage promptly attent'ed1
to. Particular attention
paid to the
.1 I !
Storin g & Shippirg
Of good in transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black & White Sana
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
tir Office: Next door to Jas. F.
Morgan's auction room.
M. WHITNKY W happy l
announce to in, natrons -anti
friends hi Honolulu mill elsttwhttre, that
henceforth ho will be asslstetl In hh
dental moms by Dr A E NIUI0LS, grad
uate of the Hi, LoiiIh Dejilal College,
autl for fewmil yems u Htici'tHfiil prae
lloiier In PaHiith'iia, Jallfiinia Olllee
Iioiiin ih before fiiiiu HillO a, M, to -JiUO
y, m, 001 lm
rvVi Knlohii) Miuuiiilly lluiiiu litis
1 iwu rtioniH loitLctiiiiiiiiiiliilii a) lug
iiulluills, ,mlcn of iiimli'riiU1 ihuiiii
Will) wt) l WIMIM II lUHIII' H) lll
iiblti li i Hid lixfoin mnl tlmlim I hi' Hum;
nf ihuh t'iiilnuiiiiiili wlii'Mi II In liufl ii
linn) lUlniiilHiu'ii. iliiinlli um iiinlliijil
bb Mill ll lltlltl. Vkfll lllHH llll
Pi ifiu fimv Hi Mii) All! In, lliu iimiiiiii.
wLi) lu Hivm i i!iliufiiiit;i Bhi
WJt f IK
i -i Hv y IB J r i
Ron er tsoaHitcliG o f k,
Oceanic Steausi Comii'y.
From San Franoisoo.
Leao Due at
S. F. Honolulu
Zealand! Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda Dec 13 Deo 20
For San Franoisco.
' Leave Due at
Mariposa Nv 20 Dec 13
Zcaluudia Dec 24. . . . Jan 10
Intermediate S. S Australia.
Friday.. . Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec 18
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship C'onipnny will
be due at Honolulu fiom hyduey
and Auckland on or about
Dec. 13, 1890.
Aud will leave for the aboe port with
mails aud passeugeu on or
about that mite.
PrS" Foi freight or paesago, having
M eiloi in-comniudatiou", apply to
m j. JLKWlh A.
For Sydney anri Auchhna.
The New nnd Flue Al Sttel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from ban
Francisco on or about
IVov. 22, 1890.
And will have piompti dispatch with
mails and passengers for
the above ports.
IS" For freigiit or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
V, m Q. IRWIN
& CO.. L'd,
74 King St.
Rattan and Reed Furniture.
Pianos and Furniture
Moved With Care.
Hatttog and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO RENT.
Tho hereditary blood nolson of
scrofula develops in the delicate tissues
oi tne Drain, menuu wellnesses ana
infirmities, idiocv and Insanity.' It en
larges the glands of the thioat impairs
the sense of smell and taste, or breaks
into consuming meets on the neck. It
destroys the lungs, or fills them with
tuberculous ser-rctions It eats away
the coating of the stomach, enlarges
the liver, clogs the kidneys, creates
constipation and Induces piles , No
human agency can so speedily, per
manently and economically cleanse the
blood of scrofulous, polon, clear the
complexion and akin, scalp and blood,
as Itoutcr's ttyrup rfo. 2, the
great blood purifier.
Renter's Healing Soap
Ueb it always if you wish for a 'fair,
clear skin, a soft, supple skin. Gives
a natural tint, imputf fnshuesa, re
moves blotches, prevuuts eruptions.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Olstilbutlug Agents. lift
From and after this date we
will not be u'spunslblu for any
freight utter eauiu has beun
landed, Patties to whom
freight Is consigned must bu ut
the landing to ruuulve tholr
JJonnliilii, Bitpi.oJBOO ilflOjf
WINNER & CO.
AjMMIiriuMlll IMK Ji'Mi'llPM
m'p if niiar
mvj m mmr
U King St.-TJjO