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33?- FOR FOUR WEEKS -I
English Wsirdrobes, Plate Glass Front;
Murbk'top Wash Stands,
Marblctop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining TIall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Roval Worcester Vases,
1 loyal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases. Tumblers. Glasses,
Claret .Jugs. Lamps, Screens,
Iron Rodsteads, Matting,
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
-mr g g'
Nuaanti Street, - : Near Hotel Street
HAS Jt'ST IlKC'KIVKIt V I.ATE AltltlVAI.8
Direct from China' Finest Mountain ijualit ' Superior to Any.
tiling Evei Sold in IIoiiiiIiiIii!
A Choice Assortment of Christmas Toys on Hand
('iiiii)ihiir Trunk Fitted villi Patent Dilutive Lock,
l.ntml .Vv.' ( Imirte lltiiiilmo Chair and Lounge,
Iteautiful Pattern Chinese Silk unit Silk llnndhrchitfs, Htc.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
AImi on lui'iil u Choice Assoitmcut of C,ihmcrcs, Tweeds, Etc , Etc.
IiO"vw Prioea and Good. Fit 0-aa.ra.iiteeci
C11AS. II U ST ACE,
IMPORTER AX I) DKALEU IX
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Bntter
Mew Goods Received by Every
All Order fintlifiillv attend to.
solicited and parked with curt).
Lincoln Block, Kino Stkkut,
MOTH THi:iHON '.MU
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - IIOrSE - (JOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Oiideks Somutkd. jft V Satisfaction Guaranteeii.
TELE f HONE (ft!
II. i:. MdXTYRE & JSRO.,
urocenes, - r rovisions - ana - reeo.
New (iooi llecelveil by Kver Cneket
FKESII CALIKOHXIA I'KOUL'CK HY EVEHV - STKA.MKH.
All (Inlern fnithfillly ntteuileil to nml (iiuul. Dcllvnri'il to mi)
Can of the t u. v ritci:.
IM.4SP Ohiiehs Solicited. SATisrACTiON Gcaiianikep.
KAST COItNKU J'OIIT A NO KINO STHKCJU,
mm HnnMnatm I
1' (l I10X 3T-'
Steamer from San Francisco.
iiti-fiictum nu:irnnti-il. Hand Orders
Uet. 1'oht ash Alakka Stkkets.
1, o. HOX 'J!I7
- c. o iiox m.'
from thu Kiioterii Htnte nml liurope. I
Anheuser-Busch Browing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Beer.
St. Utviti, Oct. 2-, INK. '
I Mkssas. Mao ri.nk A; Co t.'n., j
Honolulu, II. I. ;
lrarSir- We have mailed you a copy
of tin1 Gtobr-DfuMerttt nniiounclny the eren't
victory won by tln A.Mir.i'FRllm-n Asso
ciatiox with tlii'lr "EAUI.E" llrand of
A.lir.UD-,l(-MU5t II lllth.WI.Ml .su
(ilrciiil l)iiitcli In Uhlie'Deiiiiicriit.)
Wont it's Fun, Ciih'mio, li.t.., Oct. '.!).
0 awant "ns ever ucen made mi unit iy ne
oBt. U.uls people and so Justly iiiefllco! I
Jury of the World's Van comdtltiKof con-
iiofsciir and oliettilt of t lie highest rntik,
to the Anlieuer-liu-cli Hrewlnir. Aocln
tlmi. Hy mc'hods of unrivalled business
enterprise, mill by itlti the hot material
produced in America nml Euroc, cxclitil
Inj? corn nml other niliiltirnnt! or surro
pM, the dlllcrcnt kinds ot the AnliPUr
lliieh liccr Imvu Ihi'cmiiu tliu fnvorltet with
the Anurlcnii jioiti'le, nml Imve now run
iiipnil the littic't iiwuril In every particu
lar, which hail to Ixs i'iiiiIi1itii1 hy the
t'oliitnhhin jury. The IiIkIi diameter of
the nwnril jjlven to-ilny hy tlin juroro will
lie letter Ulliletoiiil when It l kliuwii thilt
the illltereut Vvvr exhldlteil hv tlin An
liitisor-IIU'rh llrrulni; Aiclnt1on hml to
i'Oliicte with liiimlreiUof the mot excel
lent il.il:iy of other brewer. The fnct
thnt no other concern hn recelveil io
ninny tKiliit, for the vurloii ccntlal iiml
ltle of uimmI In-er ciiiillrin nliew the llmiS
ruutitlon it the Icinler of nil American
beeri, nml .Mr. Ailolihti llucli can feel
prmiil over thl rc-ult o ntlv merited.
t3r The above Is a Fac-slmllle of (be
Label of (be " EAGLE " Brand which took
1. In onlcnuu thl lleoi lii Mire to
nk lor the KAOLK" llrnml.
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
(MlVtf .IvrnN fur llnniliiiii htmult
Dai Nippon !
Tin nbove Store Iin receheil nuother
splinillil Invoice of
Japanric Silk hDcy Goods
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
uhion, Tuble t'ovem,
Ilml Coven, iiiM'in,
DOII.1KH, Hi Alll-S,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN OIIKA'I VAItlKTY.
Uh Iniei'tlou lteectfillly Invlteil.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
King Street Restaurant,
Corner King Jofe & A-a!oa Sts.
Everything Served in-First Class Style.
Single- Meal .'A"i tVnt
llouril hy the Wek .. H .'ill
tA- It will ho open on or nluiiit the Ut
IMJ-lni All II hi: A CO., Crop.
Merry go Round
EVerVtblDo SCTVeti 111 Flfet CI3.SS StVlB.
J I .lc;il hcl.il
.. L' Cent
Fowl Three Times a Week
Imu'lux nml lhuriln at noon . ud-
lii) nt kiipper.
yu im ciiiici; rtj.su, i'roj..
(Continued from 1st Page.)
tinned the Seattlo loos? A. I nm pretty
sure thnt ho mentioned both of those,
and Mr. Banning said, that ts well under
nlood, he had no objection on tltat ac
count. How positive is vottr recollection in re
ward to the Seattle loss? A. Well, it 1h
about aa positive us the other one in re
gard to tho Union Iron Works.
What was the low in Seattle? A. 1
could not tell; it seems to tne in one case
it was about 8HM0, and in the other,
Have you heard those mentioned later
by Mr. Allen. A. I don't know thnt I
have; I don't remember having heard
Have- you heard him say whether or
not you have not held somo discussion? I
A. It seems to me I saw the figure
afterwards In tho Library. I think I saw
Mr. Mngoon and Mr. Banning once look
ing over tho inventory, and I am not euro
but thnt 1 saw it in that
When you epcak of the inventory do
you mean schedule (.'? A. Xo, I think
the inventory is the entire list of proper- '
Is thoro nny such list on record thnt
you know of? A. There Is none hero, j
Or in tho record of the estnto? A. I
ntn not sure whether thnt one that Mr.
Magoon had was an inventory Hied nt
Mime former accounting or not.
It was an inventory In the hands or Mr. i
Mngoon? A. In tho hnnds of Mr.
Magoon, and Mr. Manning, who had the
proceedings papers in the case, he had
quite a I in mile, of papers.
Now don't you think that you have ,
confused the question of timo uboitt
when you acquired the knowledge or this ,
Seattle loss, don't you think you have '
confused tho timo when you learned of
it? A. don't think so.
When you asked Mr. Banning it lie
lind looked through the inventory and
necouut, to what did you refer? A. I
referred to nothing myself in particular,
but asked him the general question if he
had been through tho accounts of Air
Allen, I think in his olllce, or wherever
it was. I don't know ns I specified the
place, but if he had been through the ac
counts and was sntistled with them, and
then I think Mr. Allen spoke of these
two instances, and I questioned Mr. Man
ning and lie said that was undei-fttood, he
had no objection on that account.
Dili you notice that in schedule C
that schedule (.' is referred to as contain
Inga full true and exact list of the pro
perty tlmt is now left in tint hnnds of tho
adniinistnitor: did you notice tlmt there
win no list of Investments In schedule C?
A. I don't remember how tlmt was, I
don't rememlier whether there wns any
on lllo or whether Mr. Allen had some
present, or whether there wns any at all.
Did you at that hearing see nny liitl of
Investments? A. I cannot sny that I
did at the hearing, but on the other hand
I would not Ik- positive that I did not. I
saw tlmt list in the Library.
Were you awnro at the timo of that
hearing that the were you aware at any
time prior to signing the order, that tho
Hitmumry of investments included in
schedule C did not include tf'JiNM) invested
in Seattle Isinds? A. No.
What was your tiellof nt the time on
that point, at the time that you signed
the order? A. I supposed everything
What IH-Iief had you nt the time of
signing the order as to whether or not
tho receipts given by Banning for his
hair, and the receipts given by Mrs. Ban
ning for Iter hair, included the Seattle
bonds? A. I siipiios.- that they did.
Did you know what the half consisted
of, the half that Banning receipted for? '
A. t Thnt is how they divided them up?
Yes, sir. A. No.
Vim had nothing to do with that? A.
Were jou told how it was done? A.
Was there any question mixed Iwfore
you as to whether or not Banning was
entitled to his hair in money or invest
ments; was that question rniwd iH'foro
you, discussed? A. No. Of course ,
there was no opposition there at all one i
way or the other, the parties were retire-
seated and they seemed to bo ngreisl on '
the facts and agreed as to what should
Do you rcnioinlier thnt Mr. Allen stated
to the Court that there was a loss on the
Union Iron Works bonds? A. Yes, sir. ' SCKCIAI. I.IIIKAIIY 18 NOW OI'RN
Did you lmyji any impression or belief A to Htiulentson TUKSUAY.THUIIS
then ns to whether or not did you know nt i HAY nml MATHHDAY of each week, from
nun ume or oeueve m inni uiiio nun nun
wns the llrat intimation that had come
to the Probate t'ouil of any such invest
ment, as far as any or its records show?
A. 1 had no information at all as to
when that matter came llrst U-foru the
I'rolmto Court. I
Tim order that was signed recites tlmt
he, tlia.t is tho adniinistnitor, has col-'
lected all sums known or believed by
him to bo due or which can bo collected;
do you remember whether nny proof wus
oirensl on tliat point? A. No.
What is your impression as to whether
proof wasollered on that point or not?
A. I don't think that there was uny hiicIi i
special proof. j
And on this point that ho has done tho
things required by such and such order
of the Court as the administrator ought
to do, that wus simply by the common
consent, no one objecting? A. Yes, sir,
Just tho ordinary way, the administrator
tiles his Hworn petition and if there is no
objection and nothing apparent to the
Court why it should not lie granted why
It Is grunted, especially if the parties are
present and state they have no objection.
That is the oath to the petition is
taken to bo prima facie proof of its eon
tents unless them is objection? A. Yes,
And it was on that assumption that
the order wus signed? A. Yes. sir. Of
coun.e, tho Court generally looks over
the papers, that is in regard to the notice
of the henring, etc., and sees that they
are in accordance with law.
Do you remember whether or not Mr.
Banning was present and within hearing
when Mr. Allen mentioned the when
you wiy that Mr. Allen mentioned tho
Seattle loss? A. Yes, sir, Mr. Allen was
sitting I think it was this side of tho
desk, and .Mr. Allen was hero and Mr.
Manning just in front or him.
So if .Mr. Allen had made any such
statement Mr. Banning would have heard
it? A. Certainly.
Did you make tho older for the. pay
ment of J571,:i!K.r'J did tho oider show
It to bo thu payment of STl.iJtKI.W to
each of these devisees? A. I think that
is the wn the tinier reads, I have not
read it Intel)
ClIOsS KAMlNATION OK W. V. FlIKAII.
Mr. Hutch. Was the fact of tho divi
sion of the investments brought to your
knowledge, the division between 'Mr.
li.iiinlng ami his mother? A. Well, I
, think it was. It seems to mo tiiat some
statements were made at the time that
' .Mr. Allen and .Mr. Banning hml gone
t over tho accounts themselves and divided
I up tho property between ihem; tlmt is,
between Mr. Banning and .Mis. Dunning,
; but I would not be positive on that, it is
I a general impression.
Well, was Mr. Manning's mcelpt
brought to your knowledge for one-half?
, A es, sir.
( Tit be, Ciinliiiitiil .)
All kind of Commercial Printing
promptly executed nt raien al th'
Notice to Consumers!
The Hcit1 work of the Hawaiian
Electric Co. bring now completed,
notice I hereby given that from
and after January 16th the. Com
pany is prepared to supply incan
descent electric lighting to cus
tomers. In a few days the Company will
also be prepared to furnish electric
motor for power, atut of which
due notice will be given.
The Company further announce
that they are prepared to receive
order for interior wiring and can
furnish fixtures and all fittings in
connection with new service.
Printed rules, regulation and
Compauu' rate can be, had
application to the Superintendent
Wm. 0. IRWIN,
PUKSIDKNT II. K. CO.
I litivo much pleasure in
advising my uumurous cli
ents that I huvo received
advice that tho Shamrock
Linkns have heen accorded
Tito Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
at the Chicago World's Fair
lor Table Linen, Towels,
Sheeting, Pillow Linen,
Handkerchiefs and Ktn
hroidery. W. G. SPROULL,
bole A Kent for tho Hawaiian lulntuls.
- to i v. i., on me seconu uouroi tno l-o
tcr mock, Niiuami street, over livejuy's
Moru. Entrance by thu kccoml iloor, on the
lanu lenillng to the buck part of the Hono
In resnonae to numuroui reoaests.
a trial A IS U CLASH UK IHKUhUt'HY,
one ovciiliij! a week, free of chure, will he
started In the Library Hall, as soon as
twenty ailhetlons Imvu hevn received. In
tvuiling students, pleue notify the Libra
rian. I looks lent out to rexnniiklhlu nnr.
tluslu Honolulu, ami when pruutlcnblu. to
residents of the other Inlands. IMi-lm
ROYAL DANISH CONSULATE
I.I. CKHHO.NB HAVlNCi CLAIMS
uimluxt hu Kstnle of Wm. Haurcu.
decu.irfil, lire requested to pre-ent the
siiiuu duty attested within thirty days
from this date, and all persons owing said
estate are requested to make Immediate
payment to the iiiiilumlgued at this Con
sulate. T. W. At At if A It LA N K,
RXI-.'lt Acting Consul for Denmark.
rpHK CUCAKTNKU8HIC HKTWKKN
J. the tin lerslgned existing under the
linn name of Lyeargus, Kcruitnde fc Co.
has heen dlssulved by mutiiul consent, .Mr,
l.yeiirgus having sold his Interest In the
linn to Mr. KuruuiiileH. All debts due by
thu linn will bu puid at thu store of tho
linn I y Mr. Kurtmndes and all debts duo
to the ilrni will lie collected hv him Geo.
l.yeiirgus respectfully request's his friends
to extend i heir patronage heretofore Klven
to him to his successor, who wilt continue
the hmlucssol tliellrmoii his own account.
Honolulu, .Inn. 12, lh!)l. tut lin-l It
piiK cnhkuskjnki) ih cukcaukd
I TRADE 1
V MARK C
X to make all kinds of Tombitoue Rail
ings, Hiimmerud Iron Work, etc., eto.
Kstimates on application.
I'nlon Ktreel, at Sterling's Calm Shop.
'PIIK riTUNITUltK Ol-' MX III) i.MH
X complete for hmisckcupliiK, Including
a line iJprlaht Chlukerlug Ciano uud a
'New Home" Sewing Ma hliiu. Apply at
No. ts llireiaiiiu street, near Ciiuehboul,
i LI. UWNKIth UK LOTH ON THK
JY WalkIM side of the Catholic. Ceme
tery nm requested to meet ut thu Cumutury
ouMUNIIAY.reh. I'.MMll. '
uM-iw cuii oitur.it.
3 ITOHAW. f
Bpeelnl attention Is called to our New
SILK DRESS GOODS !
Ltdlei' and Dents' Handkerchiefs
(With American or Hawaiian Flags)
Shawls, Sashes, Table Covers,
Neckties, Shirts, Etc., Etc.
COTTON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shirts, Pajamas. Suits,
Kimono Patterns, Etc., Eto.
Fancy Poroolain Tea Sets,
Cups and Saucers, Clatos,
Flower Vasas, Ktc, Kto.
Christmas Cards, Fancy Envelopes,
Albums, Fans. Caper Lanterns,
Table Crumb Cans, Etc., Kto.
Importer of Japanoso Goods
20a Fort St., near Custom lloute.
Mct. Ml-TELEPHONES -Bt.t. 474.
1. O. IJox 3JW.
411 KING STREET.
Cer 8. 8. "Oceanic." Dec. 4th,
i.tnuR vsniETr or
Suitable for Christmas Trade.
Of Dirteront Varieties and Latest Patterns.
SHIKTS, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS,
COItCELAIN TEA SETS,
Etc., Etc., Etc.," Etc.
T-jO-w Prioes !
411 -:- King-:- Street
FOR, S-A.LE3 !
The uinlcrs'giied olVrrs for sale the follow,
lug Beautiful Stuck:
THE FINE HOUSE
AMI THE rnl.LOWIMI MABK:
"Angie A.," "Jo.sio W"
"Sully muck" unil Colt,
"Yum Yum" and Colt,
"True IMuo" and Colt,
09- Full IVdlirees of the above can le
seen at Ureentleld Stables, where price and
terms can lie arranged to suit tho times.
Greenfield Stables, : Kaplolan! Park.
W. II. lilGKAKD.
HAVE YOU TRIED
If you try them once you will
smoke no other.
;lni one returning 60 Joekey
Club Label to S. KUREY tv
CO., No. olJ, King Street, will
be jtrescnted with a beautiful
Cigarette or Cigar Case.
Mokuleia Stock Farm,
WILL COVER TEN MARES AT
"Sonny Boy" Service, $20.
FINE HORSES FOR SALE !
Til OS. W. (JAY,
IKJ7.'iii bl Malinger.
IS THE BEST
Dries perfectly solid Inside of twenty
Forms a durable and elastic, not a brit
Retains Its gloss longer than any other
Keslsts the action of acids and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Flows frocly from the brush without run
ning and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, yields
hard surface, suitable for floors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground In
oil In paste form.
Drings out the real shades of the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent tor the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly Improves the
working of the varnish.
Docs not darken white lead or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
Requires one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to linseed oil and It will
greatly improve the Unseed.
Can bo thinned with turpentine.
Ily actual tests, has outlasted the best
Therefore, Is the best paint oil ever man
ufactured. Direotion for Use.
Use I.ircoi, in every respect in tho
saniu manner ns you would linseed
oil, with Hie single exception that you
limy add fully one-quarter more hv
col to tho same (inutility of pigment
tlnui you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, ami other dry pigments, it ia
advisable to mix up tho paint al least
one day before it is to bo uerd, then
add u third more Lucol and tho paint
will bo found to cover well and have
a good gloss,
NEVER UBE JAPANS.
Where hard surfaces such aa floors,
steps, etc., arc required use litharge
only, never ueo Japans.
I.UCOL MIXES WITH VAIt
NI8HKH and assist their working and im
proves their appearance hut they
HIIOITM) UK UPKD HAMK DAY THEY AHK
mixki), otherwise tho gum of tho var
nish may bo precipitated or tho mix
The addition of from i to i of Lu
coi, to varnishes docs not reduce their
lustre nor retard their hardening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
H. Hackfeld & Go
Are just in iccuipt of large Importa
tions by their iron barka "Paul
und by u number of ves
sels from America.
Consisting of a large and complete
Vienna and Iron Garden Furniture,
Saddlery uud Cutlery,
Iron Bedsteads, Etc., Etc.
Bechstein & Seller Pianos
American & European
Oils and Painta, Lubricating Grease,
Catistiu Soda, Wash Soda,
Filterpress Cloth, Twine,
II igs, Market Baskets,
Demijohns, Etc., Etc.
Rooting Slates, Firebricks,
Sheet Zinc, Sheet Load,
Plain and Corrugated Iron,
R. R. Materials,
Steel Rails, Etc., Etc.
SUGAR & RICE
Gulden Gate, Diamond, Sperry's, Mei
chants and Eldorado
Gu the most Liberal Teima at the
Lowest Prices by
H. Haokfeld & Go.