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PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
jpr FOR FOUR WEEKS E8
English Ward mhos, Plato (ilass Front;
Msirhlctop Wash Stands,
Sent eh Clicsis of Drawers.
Diuin.ir Hull and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Snitus, Pictures, Etc.
IvOval WoriM'stor Vases,
Pvoval Wnreester Tea Sots,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases. Tmnhlers. (ilasses.
Claret .lugs. Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
Etc., Etc., EJtO.
THEO. H. DA
i mr m
Nuaanu Street. - : Near Hotel Street
mas Jim iii:ci.ii;i itv i..ri: auimvau
IH reel from China ' rincl Moiiti'iiln (utility ' Miperlur to Any
tiling I'.m-i Slid in lliiuiilulu'
A Choice Assortment oi Christmas Toys on Hand
'h in j..nr Villi A jt 1'illnl mill I'titmt Jhtirtnr l.iirk,
l.iilml Nfi ( hnnf Hiiiillmo CIkiwm nnd .iiniiim,
It'iiutifnl I'nlli'riin ('hi iff ' hhi N lliiiiilkrfrhlfn, Eli .
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
hui on l.ii'T'l i i liui.'i. iiimiii'ii ill i.liincrcH I ii-el, I Ite , Kti
Lio-w 3Prioes a.iicl O-ooci Fit Guaranteed
IMI'OUTKK AND DKALKU IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Batter
New Goods Received by Every
AT All ni r ait lifniix
ulii'iti it anil pin l.tl with i urn
ult. ml to.
I.1NI01.N liUMIC, KlNII Sllll-I I,
HOI II 'll ..I.I IhiNI.- Jin
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
IC'K - HOl'SK - C.OODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Ouiuni .Sniuntu jpj 0" Mi miction Ui'aiu.nikmi
II. i:. MdXTYRK & JR().,
IMI'lllllHlN INIl III W I !( IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
NYh (ini.il- l: ! i. I , r I'.n Kct from i tn I..0I1 m htali ninl l.urnpi-
KlUiSH - CALII'OUNIA . I'HOUIVK Y IIVKIIY - STKAMKIt
All (inlcrs fiiithfulli iiitcmlcil
I'.trl of the
si.i.vii Oiiiikiis Souom.n
Olll.Hil I Mil
Miil iloi nt t IIpsicuiiki' rlililiiu
Ul DhilOj) IlUSMlli; 1 .inil'h,
VIES & CO.
V i) uox ?-
Steamer from San Francisco.
itll ii Hull nn.'ir.'inlu'cl 1-liunl llri.-i
lIl.T. TllIlT NI Al.KK( STIIhtTS
-I. (I. IIOX ."17
& Naval Supplies
1' ii mix ilr
to anil Honda IMIvcriil to an)
.SaTISIWOTION Ol lllVV1lt.ll.
AM) KIM) BTItKIMb
A in n m A tA 1
UWn I 1 1 P.I I I 1
A II III UlU I '
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co
W!0 m... v., t.0JM",;Jr.,1':!i,,:n!",l
" "" -"' ""
Wnrlrt'u TTilr with thnlr
EAGLE" Brand Beer.
M. I.OI IK, del. lH
.MfxjR. M . i ni vn A Cn., I 'i' .
Iloliolllht, II. I.
I'rnrSir We Imve mailed jou n copy
ol the (liibf-lniiiirriit ntilioilltcliig the urc.it
victim won In the Aniii t tn-Ht i li A-so-itAriiiv
with' their "KMII.I, llr.iiul of
hl'Hi:iMtt'!i'l! IIISMVINU AH0-
(Sprciiil lf'iilrli In iiliilif-ltriiuieril.)
Wiim n' I' mi, fun (ii.i III., Vt a I. -No
award I -i cvcrlm-li made )riittf liii;
to St I oiil jMMiple atiil o jiitl) imriti'il
a the one givm Io-iIhv 1. the i ohltiililan
I Jurv of the orlil I ulr, i undMltig ol con
I iiiifM'iir and chcmltof thchlghft rnnk,
I to tho Anhcu-tr-ltiiM li lln-whig Aih-1ii-
linn. Hi iih'IkhI. ii( uutiviiHcil l-ii-iiu-I
ctiterprlre. mill I ulng the lit-t mnterial
nrmlureil in America ainl l.tirui1. exclud
ing corn it nil other adulterant" or umi
gate", the illllcmit Miul of the Aiihctlvr
lluch brer have biioiiie the favorite- with
lln Aiiierlein trt'iii le iitul have now con-
Iiplcrul the highc-l award hi evcrv pirtlcit
lur, uhli'h Iitul to ln mli-lili-nd by the
I'oliiinliliin Jury. The hiith character of
the awnnl glvui to-da) hv the Juror- will
he Ik Iter umicr-toi'il win-lilt l know u that
the ilillcrcllt liur ixhlhheil bv the All
hiuer llueh Hrcwlng As-lallon had to
, i(ti Mitli lininiri-.n of tli iikki exiii-
lent llplnyi of iithir hrewur. Hie fnet
linn mi in nrr ruiiiiTii nii riii'iviu po
many 111I11I" fur the varloiio e--eiilliil iiinl
I ltle of L'oinl In er eoullriiio anew I lie ll'in'o
tepiltitloll a the luiilcrof all Aiiierlein
Imit. nnd Mr. Ailolphu llui h can fiel
proiiit.iMTthi tv-tilt o ntl iiicrlli-il.
-tr -'.-' ..-j xr
v;b" Tlie above Is a Fac-slrallle ol tbe
Label or Ibc " rJAGLh " Brand which took
In nr. ! r in: thl
II. i r ' "Ure tn
u-k lur thv
I. .Mil. I. Ilraml
Macfarlaue & Co., L'd,
"'li-tf iirnli fur ll'ttiiiiniii lulmult
MSWIl 1UMIV11 I
I'lic iihow 'tun- li mvlxcil auothiT
i' uillil liivoici- of
apanese Silk i Panr) Guods
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
I Uxhloil-, 1 111 .1. I IIMT-,
lli-il 1 11V1 r, I.iimii.
1 In iiiIm, .-IiiiwN,
inill.li-.s. hi Aitih,
1ASHI.- .IAI Ki: r-.
1 i-ft, . iii:i:s-,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
in iii:i;i . 1:11:1 Y.
1A- ln-n elinii l!fii ftdllh IiivIIimI.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs, J. P, P. Collaco, Proprietress.
mu 1 11
King Street Restaurant,
Corner Klnn JW. iy & Alakoa Sts.
Everyihirg Served in First Class S'yle
. i 1 1 K ' Mi ul
Hoard li. tin .-. k
!'i 1 cnt
tk- It will In up. n on or uliuiit tin ll
of 1 t'lirnan.
Ill.'-liu Ml II I' I. Ain, 1'iop
Everything Saried In Flr,t Class Style.
, , u . , , ..
ji'mIii, Ii.k. i i .ii
Fowl Three Times a Weok
IlllltllllV .1 t 1 IllllallllV III IIHIIII, Mill-
lilt III IIIH I
?i fry. Vl VSr
cilni K hi Mi, Prup
(Continued from lit I'upr.)
Q. Was It explained to you at the time
)ou fligned this petition? A No. ir.
nothing was Raid ulHjtit it
Q- . .V r?:1,'1 the ,,c l""' llir';,,,i ""i1
- won - toH.iliiljounot! A. Mn I nk
0. Yes. the iietition under which we
I ate in Court to day, the last one that was
. ... r... . . .... .
i .Mr. Mnney. The nmutiilul petition?
A- ' .
iiiiiia - iw iiimiu jmir iuiiMiuuii ill iiie
v'w -"t .1' l' !,w com,,,,,,nt? A"
Q. Voit nay you don't underHlan.l it.
did )ou enciilru about ll: A. No.nir,
I did not.
O. Vint say in our netition that ioit
I were not iuliietl by any dilnter( teil
and competent iidiNer fit tlie tiine that
i you fjtivc Mr. Allen your power of nttor-
ney: A. No, Hir. I nai not.
4. Why wero you not tulvl-ed! ; A.
I never thotiRht of it. I thouht at he
time that Iliad all the information that
1 Vi' v i-i .. ... . iii
y- V"1 ,'i l?t..,.l.,i,nl5 J,m..lV't . .
j ice? A. Ididntthinkanlhln(jaUiut
the ytibject. never L'axetaiiylhoitgh at
all. 1 thought 1 had all the information
I neiileil. .,.....
Q. ou don t chnriio that Mr. Allen
presented you from taking mhicefrom
anybody eW, do you? A. e your
I"1"1"": .... ., . ,. .ii
(J. ion don t (linriro that Mr. Allen
preveiite.1 you from tnkltiii advice from
any IkxIj else? A. No. cir. ,
0. At the tin f tho hearing before
.linlKO trear. ou were fully informe.1
Itllll lUtJiU WIMIIll iJU II HIIIIM' imo im
two InvestuiciiK the Seattle matter and ,
t;nlon Iron WorkH. were you not? A.
'.""V . . . . . .
O And when you biuihiI your receipt
toMr. Allen, did y.m t..,t consider that
you had aHnimed one-half of that hm?
A. Vcb. Klr.
. And your mother the other half?
Ci You thoimht it reiulted from n
poor itelinint that wim hoiiixtl. made,
that a uiluakc had been nude? A. 1
nitipiHi(l he had made a kkI invei-tment
and that the lo- wan iiiei liable.
(J. Volt xald iii your direct cxiunitia
tiou that you xlinwcil the litnf your In-
cut in. nix to Mimu frlend. wheie wan
that, In S.m FuiiicIhco, or here? A. In
O How many frlendi? A. To three,
Q Were they btwincxH people think'
frictulii; A. Une was the Mr. linl I
iiH'iitguii il to you, one wim Mr. Sam.
Alexatiiler, tlie other wim Mr. WnUh
(j. Mr. 11I1I1 who was over here mini
njjer at l'al.i" A. Yin. hir.
j. Th.it u. in the Hitinmcr of IVrJ
wiim it not? A Yen, dr.
(J You went to Healllo In con'.
im nee of what Mr. Allen wrote to you
wiin n Kuril 10 that iiiitiiiii'iitr a. .mi.
! iir. 1 went 1111 to Ueatlle, In the Soittal
I anil C'liliiiiililii lliveron 11 pliiisiireexcnr
( lint hefiire Koine you ictvivul thin
letter informiuu .Mill that lliere uliuiit he
a lo-uiT A. m. nir.
(j A ml iliil y m form an imli peiuleiit
Judgment after talkini; with Mr. Carter.
1I11I .Mm form a jtnluiuent of your own
with rcuaul to ihal mailer, after talkluu
to Mr L'lirterr A. Ym. sir
O. Dal Mill methuiiroiierlvliiHe.ittlo
on which the UiuiIh were illicit r A.
Q. What properlj wim It? A. It was
n luillilliiu up there in Seallle.
(j. (If what niitiini plcae? A A
In rue Iiim'iich liliN-k.
(j Can you ilcherile how-larue it win.
or what the natuie of it was? A. A
hanilMime lirii 1 Iniilillnu almut NkIhiii'M
Q. In Seattli'? A. Yin. dr.
m. Mislcrn olllee liuililtuit? Yes,
Q. Anil what iliil Min uuilerstmiil was
theilillleult alMitit titat linestmeut? A.
Well, it was hitch 11 mixed up iilFiilr, I
couiil not itnilerHtauil It vcr well
Q. Hut tho IhuhIs were on that pro
perty, on the real iliite ami tho hull
were they not? A. I diiln'1 know.
Q Didn't J oil iiudcrsland that to he
tho faet? A. It was ou that Property.
Q. And did you utnlerslaiiil that those
lxinds had la-en uuariiuti ed liy some i 11
M'Htincnt complin) hesiih-s? A I don't
tJ Never heard that? . 1 don't
li Did you ever hear if a dilllculty
arose out of liuilih rs' lit us or iui)thiui;
of that kind, coiitiin-tor's elaims on the
liulldiuu? A. 'ics, sir. (ieorge Carter
told uie nhout that
Q. Soincthiut,' nf that kind, was it?
A. Yes, Hir, Oeorp- Carter told me ulmiit
Q. Why dldji't you ri-rer to this loss
licfiiic .Indue Krear on lhee two mat- I
ters? A. I didn't hiv anything to JuiIku
O. 1 hiiv why did ym not, did you
iiuderHland you had a rilit to talk to
him alMiiit the 1 state, .IiuIko l-'nur? A.
(i You did tii.l" A. No. I didn't
know what was to bo dune, what I had '
to do, 1 thought tinlhiiu; at all, except In
lie present and eeitifv to my Hinnliire.
Q Well, was lliiri any reason why
von could not tall. Iii.ludu'o Knar about
It, or ask for iufiiriniiion from him any
matter that yuu didn't understand? A. I
understiMsl I'verytliiui,', I didn't nud to
ask I1I111 1
Q You iiudcrNtoiid everything and
didn't need to ask Mm Why didn't ou
Dilution thiMimtti 1 of tliis loss to him?
Or what loss
O Ou tilt' S attle Isnidh liml the
Union Iron Works A Ilic.tiiso I
thouu'lit Mr Alii 11 didn't want to have
me uu ntiou it I asked him when he '
i-aid he had sent the liomlMoverto George
Curler, and was Koinj,' to have him confer
with me, and Iiiimi um receive the lialaliLe
of the loss, and I asked him if he was ,
not koIiik to Kive notico of that in Court,
ami he atiswcieil me vry angrily, no the
Court has niitlnm; to do with that, and I 1
thought he duln't wish it and the Court
had uothiui; lo do with it, and he kuew
what he wasiiliout
4 You hud hcen told liy Mr Lord a 1
lutiK time previous to that, that miii
tiuuht itly on the I'rohntc Court hud vou ,
not" A is, sir '
-) Klill 011 didn't think it was worth
while lo mention an) uiuttei to t iu- pro
hull' .IiiiIki .' A Mention what, hen
Q And notwitlistandiiiK that ml vice
you didn't think it was wottli while to
mention this mutter to the piolmtc
JlldKt'? A Mioiit the Seallle Uiuds"
4 Ymv 1 thought Mi Allen
was the one lo mention tverythini,'. that I
had nothing to do hut just lo n 1-1 ive 111
half, I ilidu't know miy tiling nhout what
was to Im doiH 111 Court
J Was nut this the truth, that you
considuid that Ihei stale had hem prill)
wi II iimiuiL'ul, mid vou Ihouiflil that was
not a veiv l,ui;i. lu-s coniderini,' tin-
uiiuiiicr 01 investments, ami
I Mltistll-ll tl.Kt..n,l m.lr Iw.r,. n'f ll ,..
iiii tti i'ii
, : , .
! mu nun ine tilllli,' A n. sir
,, twlHl1. A N, hit. I thought
I II whs ll kimni IIIVI Hlllieill 1 lllll .Mr VIII II
I firLii tffi VlnsLSZ.
i and thai I would have to hem tin m mi)
lW"-v' ,lmt iH tth"1 m l",l",N, "I'1"1""
'.' Did you mal.e jour own schetlnn
ol the securiliirt when llu estatti was ill
v tiled hetwicn )ourtuothei and )ourselfr
A. lioth Mr Allen and 1 diilihd the
securities lltt dilidisl iiilte a iiiuiiliui
and I sclcgtisl some.
. Did jou not mako this selection,
except those which were divided hnlf and
hnlf to ench? A. Well, some, and Mr.
Allen gruesome; for instance, tho Da
nioii note. Sam. Damon'B note to my
mother nnd C atnphell a note to myself;
they nrc ioth of mm
, Tho,c wero hotl
Mr. Damon? A. No.
th notes signed by
i rinn trnii n linltt rt
J nm'. .n,tnnuii i,m. r.i,.iuii
Iuj thl. olll,.r wn, lu)(o of Mr, Cninp.
hell's (inlorm.il liy Mr. Damon.
,,, Mr, )iim0 H,tt,l,. ,, hoth?
a. Vo .sir.
.'A laslO'ou again, did you not bo
,-ct the investments which you took asiiie
from lho3o which were divided equally
In liuuiti v.... n.itl i.ii.p nifillinp tnr In.
MtT, tf,,. Mndi, were they divided
IH,,m. Hie Omeriiinent Umilur A.
ti,i ,,!,. .1 ., u.,1,,,.1!,,., thnn?
" uu", ,m.ro mu some securities which
u,n took iKMttlv. and in which went to
'i.mr imiilmr? " A SVm. lr.
ft ma xh not select thow yourself
which went to you which could not be
ahided? A. Vei.Kir. 1 mippoied that
coiilillwdMileil. bull welicted some.
' ou hnvo read your falherV will,
bave jou not? A. Yes, ir, 1 think I
rt,ml (x ollfJ M0t tmt ,)lirt of it nnjwy.
My mlhl!r m co,,j. of tllll wt nn,i i
nud parts of it. 1 don't know whether
it Ww ,.. tti,e will or not.
Q Did Mm look into thu will In fj0
wlmmt.r f 1W. when you wero posting
yoiirFelfimtothewtale? A. No, sir.
n v..., u,i.,i, n.i ........ ...,.ii,. i.,i
n copy M Unit tlnio In Ciillfornln? A. I1
kmiw u. iIft,i w,,,yf i ,hlk of a part of '
,t t ,,, knv whl.tlicr t w, til0 com. I
,,it,t,.w. think It U not a complete
, Vou haw examined the will since
. hnu, ul,n , j1)lloulir A. ,)m
lately, yen, nir.
,, ., ' ., ,,
"--l)iiii(T Lxamivatiov or H. H.
Mr. Kinney. Mr. MannlnK. when you
conulteil .Mr. I,onl, .Mr. Alexanileraml
Mr WiiIhIi. what Information did they
hate in KtvitiK you aililce. what inroriiin-
lion did they have nlmitt thoe lnvHt.
mi ntn? A. ell. they didn't tell me what
iufurmatioti they had.
Wluil iufurmatioti did you i;iie them:
A I jtiNt uave them Unit lint of I in est-
inctitx and nothinir elie
Did you uhe them any information
oiithlilc of what Is contained in thin Hit?
A. I told them that there would nrob-
ably In' u Ioh- on thu Senttlo IkiihIm, that
U all 1 eati retueiulier or think of.
This lint doe not iIIhuIiho the faet that
Mime of tlit-c iiivestinciiln nro chattel
mortu'iim m. that iii not nppiiri'iit hy UiIh
litr A. No. Mr.
Im it apparent that the Hawaiian Con
Mmctlon ImiihIh are M-coml inortKiiKo
IhiiiiIii; A. 1 ilon't know it.
I niean. the rallroail IioiiiIh nil en liy
the Hawalliin C'oiiHtriietion C'oinpnnx,
the ImiihIh kIvcij iih unilateral liy the Ha
waiian (.'on! ruction t'niiipan r A. I
illiln't Unow they were Mccniul inortKaue
Nor i II apparent In thN IUt: A. No.
Them U nothiiiK in thU ILt ilUeliwitiK
the fuel that on illiln't know that they
wete chattel iuorlixiicr? A. No, ulr,
nut li that IIhI.
Or, in any information which you nine
llietii was that liroiiL'lit out. in any In
formation that you (-iimi Mr. Iinl or
Mr AlcMituleror Mr. W11M1? A. Was
nnythlnix mcnllomil ahottt chattel mort-
Yen? A. Nothing, not a won I was
Kiiil nli nit It.
Win Mr. Lonl consulted in any way,
ertjiciall almve Mr. Alexander or Mr.
Walsh? A. No, rather 1 hitpposu he
knew Us nUiut It than the rest.
Why? A. Ilecatise he was not ulntsi.
110s innn In the islands, while Inith Mr.
AlcMtuilcr ami Mr. Walsh were Ixilh
ImihIiichh men here and lunl Interests hero,
(To !n I'ontlniuil.)
Notice to Consumers!
Tin' if ii inirl.xif I If Jlmiiniiin
Hliftrlr Co, hrinii unit' iDiiiplrttil,
notice in hen hy filtrn (lull from
ami ultr Jtinuiirij 1,'itli the 6'om
pnal in jirtjmml to sujijily inuiii-itmci-nt
rli-ttrit' lijilitiiuj to run
linifrs. In h few iIhih tlf Couijiiinll uill
alto hi' jinjnimt lo furnish eWrtric
milium fur pouer, unit of uliiih
line until e will lie ijli rn .
The (Juiiipiinii further niuininiee
that they ore jirentred to reieiee
onlerA for interior n I riiuj nml enn
furiiinh Jhturen tint! nil fittimjn in
i itiinri linn with ifwfrriie,
I'rinlnl rulm, reiulntin nwl
Ciiiiijkiiiii'k mien nut lie hoil on
mnil'tuition to the Superintendent.
Wm. 6. IRWIN,
PKI.b!J)l.NT II. K. CO.
Tilt PASSENGER DEPARTMENT
ll Tllf -
Oceanic Steamship Go.
IN fAN PUANCIiCO,
llai bun Ituiiiiiveil frum 1-7 Mnrl.it
HIS MoT;oMi:it .Stui:i:t, '
It mu ii in i hum (i iimn )
I tmii this ilaii nil minium c
ilmi pDitiiiuiUK I" the a.iii I'iuihi-i i 1'u
uuiiei llii-nii -- -hiiulil In -cut to tin) new
ll' , I Is MonlgllllierV NO I't
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'D,
m mini Agent, Oi ciinic t-iuiimship I o in
Honolulu. uii I,,,
'IMIK IMiCllhltlM.I) l, I'ltl.l'AIti:
1 in mal.e all klinU of loiuli.tum- Hail.
lug", iiiimmiiriiil Imu vvoru, th , etc
I'.Ktliiiiitus on application,
Colon Kin et, at Hli rlitig't I'nlnl bhop.
Special attention Is called to our New I
ritock of i
! Christmas Goods i
! JUST OFHJNHJD
SILK DRESS GOODS !
Ladle i' and Gents' Handkerchief!
(With American or Hawaiian Flan)
Shawli, Knihpo, Table Oover,
Nccktici, Bhlrtu, Etc., Ktc.
COTTON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shirts, Pajamas, Suit,
Kimono Pattern", Etc., Ktc.
Fanoy Porcelain Tea SotB,
Cupf ami Sftiucn, Plates,
Klower Vnse, htc, Kte.
Christmas Cards, Fancy Entelopes,
Allnimi, Katis, Pujior Imterns,
Table cruiuli I'niis, Ktc, Ktc.
Importor of Japanoso Goods
'JOfJ Fort St., near Custom llouxo.
Mir. WI-TEhKI'llONKH-IJitlt. 174.
1'. 0. Hox 3-sl.
411 KING STltKKT.
I'erS.H. "Oieanle.' Dee. 4th,
A I Vlt'lK V VKII.TV III
Suitable for Christmas Trade.
Of Dllleronl Varieties nml Latest Pattern.
HlilHTS, SII.K llA.N'PKKIlOllir.IS.
Ktc. Kte., Kte., Kte.
Low Prices 1
411 -:- King-:- Street
FOR, S.AXjE 1
The millers gued oilers for sale the follow,
lug lleautiful tjtoek:
tiii: pink uoi.Hi:
M1 Til K IOII.OWIMI MARTS!
"Atiio A.," "Jodie W.,"
"Sully IMtiek" uml Colt,
"Yum Yum" and Colt,
"Tnio Bluo" uml Colt,
Pull Pedigrees of tlie ahovu can ho
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' V ' ' INK
M :'m & st
IS THE BEST
Dries perfectly solid inside of twenty
Forms a durable and elastic, not a brit
Iti'tnlns Its glos longer than any other
lteMjts the action of acids nnd alkalies
better than any other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
nlng and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, yields
hard surface, suitable for Hours, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground In
oil in paite form.
Brings out the real shades of the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of tlie
new coal tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly Improves the
working of the varnMi.
Doe not darken white lead or any dell
Has greater body than any other oil.
Itripilres one-third less pigment thu
any other oil.
Can be added to linseed oil and It will
greatly Improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
Ily actual tests, has outlasted the lit it
Therefore, l the best paint oil ever tuau
ufaitured. Direction for Use.
Uk Litoi. in every respect In tho
smile niiiiiucr us you would linseed
ml, with Hie single exception that you
tuny add fully oiie-iiuarter more Lit
rot. tn tho B.unu (inutility nf pigment
tliuii you would Tif linseed.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, nnd other dry pigments, it is
iidvieuhlo to mix up tho paint ut leait
nnc day before it im tn he used, tliun
add 11 third iiiuru Lt'cot, nml the paint
will he found to cover well and have
u good gin's.
NKVKIt UHK JAPANS.
Where hard HiirfiiecH such us Hours,
steps, etc., nro required uso lltharuo
only, never tine .Inpuiis.
l.UCOL MIXKH WITH VAK
N1HIIES and iiHsihtH their working and im
priivci" their iippenniiu-o iipt tiikv
HllOt'I.I) UK UCKI) HAMK HAY TIIKV AKK
mixki), (itlierwlse the gum of the var
nish may he precipitated nr the mix
Tim addition of from i tn 4 nf Ltr
cot. to varnishes does not redtire their
lu-tre nor retard their hardening and
drying ami il prevents their cracking.
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Are just iu receipt of large importa
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uml hy ii nunihcr of ves
mIh from Ameriuii.
('ousistitig of a large and complete
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