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PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
T FOR FOUR WEEKS -S
English Wardrobes, Plato Glass Front;
Mnrhlutop Wash Stands,
Marblelop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vases,
1 loyal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers. Glasses.
Claret .Jugs. Lamps, Serpens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
EtO., E3tO., EtO.
THEO. H. DA
m- .m gy
Nuaanu Street, - : Near Hotel Street
HA JUST UKCr.IVr.lt lY LATE ARRIVALS
IMrect from China1 rinet Moutilulii (,'iiilit ' Superior to Any
thing Kvci old In llonolulit:
A Choice Assortment of Christmas Toys on Hand
Camphnr Trunkt Fittnl icji J'ntnit lhtthr l.rk,
Lut'iit hilm l'hiue llnuiliiiu C'lutir (i.ni .oiuitfji,
Itfuuliul J'ttttcriii I'Ui-t'f imf Silk lltuiilkrrrlu'rfs, Kir,
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Uii mi limid ii ilniiiv AMirltni'iit ul ('ii'limerei Tweed. '.lc , V.iu.
IjO-w Prices and Good it CS-ua.ranteeci
Tti ci'iioNi: ii".
01 1 AS. J 1U STACK,
IMI'OUTKIt AND DKALKU IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
tW ALWAYS ON HAND J&
Hew Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
All Order fulthfilll utteuil In.
villullrd.und purked with enru.
Li.moia Hlock, ICinh Stiiekt,
BOTH Ti:..KrilONI.i JIU
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - IIOI'SE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Oiiuf.hs Soliciteii. Jtft V Satisfaction GuAitANTni:!).
TKl.i:i'Hos'i; ti -
II. K. McINTYRE & JRO.,
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New UiioiU llecelved li Ever I'aila-t friini the EiiKlern htate. anil Euroie.
KIIKSII t'ALIFOKXIA - I'KODl'CK HV . KVKUY STIiAMKH. I
All Older fiiilhfiilly attended
Kin of the
fjiLANll OlIUCIIS SOUCUKP.
EAST COHNEU TORT
' Awarded !
VIES & CO.
v. o. iio. a;j
MUl-fui'tioll ifiiarilllteed. Ihtlid Order
Uct. Fort axi Alakka Stkkkts.
-I'. 0. UOX J-17
& Retail Grocers
l. o nox u.i
to Hint (loii delivered to uuy
AND KINO bTREUTd.
Anheuser-Busch Browing Co.
Wins the Prizo at tho
World's Fair with thoir
"EAGL.E" Brand Beer.
Sr. liUl-IR. Oet. J", ivn.
MrcfR". Mai I IttLlNK A C. I 'll.,
Holinllllll. II. I.
Vcnr Sir'-- We hno liiiillril ou n eopy
of tin- ll,tif'letniicritt niilioillieiiiK liferent
victory won liv 1 1m AMOTtti-Hreii Ao
mriox with their "CAULK" llnuiil of
AXiiM'sr.it.iti'.si'H mi i:vi no ahso-
(S)nclnl Peiitrfi lit llltihr-llriiwrrnt,)
WolllleV I'Mli, Clin mhi, ll.l,., Oct 'Jil. -No
award 1'iseverbeen made i;riitlfylnj:
to St. I.oul people mill t JuMlj merited
n? the one jriveti to-day li the Columbian
Jury of the World' Pair eniilthi; of con
nofi,ur nnd rliniil't of the higher rnnk,
to the Aliheuer-lliieh llreMilii; Aoch.
tlon. lly iiH-'hoiN of unrivalled bu-lne.
enterprise, mid I iv tilnn tin- het material
tirndueed In America mid Knroin-. rxchtd
injt corn mid other adulterant or Mirm
iralp... tho dilloriMit kind of the Anheuer
IIiim'Ii lii'er have Ihiihiii- tin- favorite ultli
the American ieiiflc, nnd have now con
quered the hlghi'M award In ever particu
lar, which lind to In' ccinldcrcil liy the
Columbian jury. The hljih character of
the award given to-day liy the Jilrnr will
he liclter undcrMood when It I. known that
the dllt'crelil I't-crt exhibited h the All
licuer-lluch llrculug A'ietnlion hail to
compete with hundred of the tnn.t excel
lent dlplny of other brewer. The fnet
thut tin other concern lm received o
uuiu.v tiolut for the viuioti o-oitlal tuul
ltleof khii Ikmt roiillrnii anew the linn'
rcpiil-itlou n the lender of nil Auierieiiii
deer, nnd Mr. Adolphu lliivh enu feel
proud over tlil reult o utlv tuerlted.
22sr Mva .
j IIOUI5,MO;J Y
Oay- The above Is a Fac-sltnllk of tbe
Label of Ibe "EAGLE:" Brand which took
In nrili in: Ihi. Ili'ir le nre In
il. for the i;.VOI.I." Ilrmiil.
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
tO-lf .'irul fur ll'iiinliiiii lihimh
rin' nliove htore h received another
'phndld luvolee of
JapancspSlk Kanry Goods
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
Cushion., Tulde I'over",
lied I'tlVero, liouilh,
1)011.1 rW, Hi'A Itl'S,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN (lltl'.AT VAIIIKTY.
VA Iiixei'tiou lletpvi'tfully Invited.
"DAI NIPPON "
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J, P.P.Collaco, Proprietress,
IMl 1 III
King Street Restaurant,
Corner King jffiS. & Alkoa Sts.
Everythlog Served In First Class Style.
HliiKle Meul i'lfenti
llourd hy the Week ... fl :)
It will lie mien on or about the 1st
Ul.' Im All I IKK l )., Prup.
EVCrVtllillfi S6TV611 111 FlM CI3.SS StVl?
Fowl Tlireo Times a Week
i iiiiiiii and llniriln at iioou, hiiu
du ut tapper.
CHUCK al.SU, Pjop.
SB 1 . "
(Continued from 1st Paye.)
liold their notes, ench one cndormnK Hie
otticr'H notes; Hip property Is lit Moniifi
Iur. It Un chattel inortpnKO on letise
hold nnd vttttle. It U duo next Mnreli.
TIicho mortRnge-i wlllbopnld when due.
!Hh, note and inert unu'c of Kill Keo for
SnHHHI on wtcnm pinning mill nnd seMTid
buildings nnd n fnvoridile Ioiiho at the
norner of Bethel nnd King streets. The
property ww sold nt unction Tor $(!i"i(l.
Vlmt ho iinld win nliout 8.V2IM). nnd I
loaned him glUKHI. Tho Interest is pnld
proinptly. lDth, the next is tfU.IM) on
Mr. nnd Mrs. I'nly's property in Nutttimi
valley. I consider tho property worth
SaWilM) lodiiy. J( is leased tor Sl.Vi per
month, lillh, note of the Hnwniinn Con
struetlon Company secured by glKKKl of
second tiiirtK:iKu lxin! tm tin l'earl Uiver
division of thoOnhu Hall road Cotnpnny. I
considered in limiting Hint Investment that
the company itself was Rood for the note
nsidu from the fxeurlty. lllh, inortKiiRo
from Mrs. Iloniilninn on land nnd two
buildings for 3:NHl. Tiiitul situated on
Lutmlllonnd l'enaeolnstreetson Punch.
ImiwI slope; consider tho property worlh
SitMH). Wooden buildincts nnd houses,
lioth lenseil. 15th. K. W. Mnefnrlaiie's
note, SX5II0. I hold another one for
sSVHHI, msiklnR 811,'VHI for which t hold
1'iOshnres of Union teed Company, par
valito 8."K. The la-d sale was SW. It
pays 1(1 percent dividends, nnd pays them
monthly very promptly. I am n stock
holder of tho Union Kewl Company and
director. So T know exactly the amount
of huninc!s it is doing and her; it is done.
Tho corporation Is incorporated for 7.V
INKj, mid they do n business of S'inn.IKH)
per annum. Hitii, tuo next Is note oi ,i.
P. and S. Parker which I consider good,
though, there may be some little time in
collecting it. The original mortgage was
iniido by Mr. John Parker and wire, and
Sam. Parker and his wife, with real
eslate. freehold nnd nil other Immense
lauds, large herds of horses and cattle,
all their real and personal tiroperty situ,
iihil at Mann and hunts that they own
at llauuikuii. Tho original mortgage was
Tor 5'JlKl,lHiO, by which a iiiuiiIht liesides
the Manning estate was secured. S71.MK)
of that mortgage has Wen paid on" and
Ihere lias lieeti very little or tho property
released. The gros Income from the
properties secured liy that mortgage has
Intii rrom S.vuHXMoi.UHiiior annum .
Tor several yuirs. The net income hast
been alMiitl 8l(t.(KH. I7lh. ,1. II. Paty's
nolo, endorvd liy a perfectly good en. i
donsT. It has been paid. IMIh, C A.
Peacock's nolo for 8.m)K). secured by
mortgage on his lot nt Walltlki where ho
built his Slll.iHKI house. He came tome
and wanted to pay It but I re'emst him
to Mr. Haniiiug's agent until due. It is
goml. I'.itli. fiTIKKI loatnsl to .Mrs. .Nnku
ma on real ("tide which I con-lder on-1
tirely goisl, nnd it I did not understand ,
to ls itictiiiiied by tho other side. I i
furnished Mrs. linnning u list id tho In-
vestmeiits, June, Ib'.rj. In regnnt to the
Union Iron Works In vestments. 1 wrote
to Mrs. Ilaiining, NovemlxT M, IMrJ. slat
ing that Hie Union Iron Works business
would soon I hi willed, a propii.lt Inn be
ing to sell out to the Honolulu Iron
Works Company and wo would have to
lake slock tor our proportion or the
bonds that could not be paid. I slated
In Hint letter that that would be n fairly
goisl Investment, as one Iron works nnd
foundry here shor.nl pay with nil the
mneliiner. on the Inlands to keep in
order. March 'Jt'. lv.y, I wrote to Mrs.
linnning, saying Hint .Mr. Damon, who had
charge or all my business, had bought
on her account SjiiHluf Mmltlo National
Hank lluilding llonds. In that letter I
said, "I Irani thn the company is likely
to fail nnd there .ill be u loss, how much
I cannot say now. Henry Curler's estate
has some ij.'iO.uM in this company, and
his sous (icorgc nnd Charles are bolh nt
Seattle trying to get out nil they can.
They aro netlng for me nlso. mnl they
will try to get all they can for us." I
wrote to Mrs. linnning, telling her that
if I had not made things plain to her to
write again as I is anxious to have her
fully understand tho huiucrs mid the ac
counts. That litter Is dated Mav 'J I,
IKri. The list .if .lune. IWrJ. was sent to
Mrs. Untitling at Iter reuuest. Mr. Man
ning, upon his arrival in Honolulu,
December 'J'.l, I VrJ, ustsl to couio to my
olllce every dnv, siiiiiellmes two or three
times a day. lie eouHuurd to visit my
olllce up to Hie time of the tiling of my
aeeoiititH. At in olllce we freiUeully
tallied business. 1 feel very po-dtivc that
I showed him the lUt of the investments,
I showed him in bill book mid talked
with him uboitt rKiiueof theiii. Ho knew
Hint there was n Ims on the Scuttle and
Union Iron Works IhhuIs beforu lu came
down, and after he i-aunt down he talked
those Investments over. My bill Isiok
docs not give the nature of the securi
ties. It simply 8.1 s mortgage or govern
ment bonds, giving tli" nuiiilier. Prior
to my discharge. I made up u list of the
amounts or the iniestmeuts In full nnd
gave it to Mr Manning. It wit from
thut list thut the diifhiuu of the securi
ties was iimilu. The division was made
on the day 1 obtained m discharge after
wu had had the ln.irlng In Court.
To In luttauni.)
'pVO NK'KI.Y H'll
X lllfhed I!ihiiii for
(ientleliieu III No, I iiiinleu
I.uiih. -ii.' t(
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
rpV Nlt'EI.V II It. i m -v
L ulidied Itiitim. on 1,1- H.Av-gkL
Hint Ktreet, opK ite Kciu- iiLo?
kllll .true!, iiIhiiiI livt mill. t"'?fry
ilti"' walk from N iiiiiim Mnet ear-. ,p
pi ul thlx olllre. ill,) If
rpVO NK'h aiTTAOES
1 to rule on Niiuuiiu
htreet, lietu.ni Vineyard
and Hi liool treet!,. iileu.
Miiitly lueaii'.l. l'or purtleiihirs aniily to
T. V. MU11HOS,
"I" tf I'ort ktreet.
REAL ESTATE FOR BALE.
7 VAI.l'AIH.K 1'IKi'ES OK
I iiiijiroved I'roportv, loealed
in dith-ruiit I 'arts of the t Itv of
Honolulu, nil imruuln-,. .iply
for full Ibirlieiiliirs to
lilUVEA: A. J. CAUTWItlfillT.
I SPECIAL I.IIIUAItY I.S SOW OPEN
to Miiileiitiiou'l 1'I.SHAY, Tlll'IIH-
DAY and .A I UltDA Y of eaeh week, from
J to I r. m., on the i-iemiil Hour of the l'o-
l ! tt r ltl(H'l, Niiuuiiu utreet, over I.ovejuS
"lore. Eiilr.iia-u h the M-enud ilin.r, oil the
!'""' '''iidilii: lii the liuel, part of the llono-
lulu i ' i .
. ..I. .,.. i
' IW In re.i,one to iiiiiiieruilH reoiie-t,
la trial A II CCI.AhMOl' I'HEOnOPHY,
i one eveiilliK a weel, free of ehargu, Mill he
Marled in the Library Hall, n miiih its
twenl) iiilheiini. havu lieeu received, lu
I tending Mullen!, plea.e iiotlf) ihu l.ihru-
Ilooki. Ii'iit out in re.iiniKllile i.ar. I
tlen in Honolulu, uiet win n pun tn-niile to
reiiiiiit of the other Miuid. ul.' Im
l-hery description of. H tit PI!l."i'lX(l
done ut the llulUtm Ojice,
Rule Bazaar.: JS
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
ST. VALENTINES' DAY,
ir-HJB. 14, 1894.
HV dV no iio in for ffriiitllny out
Sprrlacle ami Njirplniuft, but wf can
Jil ynu il price in arronUtncf with the '
OUR LIKE OK
DOLLS & GAMES !
18 WKt.d. ASSOKTKD. i
Remington v Typewriters1
The King of All Typewriter.
Pursps and Card Cases,
Tennis Rackets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Full Supply of Fine Stationery,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
S3 Music and Rooks ordered by '
rm And don't foriict CASH N the
Ii.iIk of our hulneii and It nUvii talks.
Notice to Consumers I
Tho neir nark of Ihf Hawaiian
KlrvUic Co. hi-intj now t'ompUlrtl,
notice in hereby frn that from
awl after Jan liar ij loth the Com
puny i prepared to tnpply iiiean'
dim'cnt electric I'ujhtiiiu to cut.
In a few day the Company will
almt be prepared In furnhh ebctric
motor for power, and of which
due notice will be ijlcen.
The Company further announce
that they are prepared to receive
order for interior wirinij and con
furnith future and all fittinfii In
connection with new tervice.
Printed rule, regulations and
Company's rate can be had on
application to the Superintendent.
Wm. G. IRWIN,
PltKSIDENT II. E. CO.
Shamrock Linens !
1 Iiuvk iuupIi jilcastuo in
advising my numorous cli
outs that I lmvo roui'ivetl
udvicus thut thn Shamrock
Linens lmvo been accorded
The Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
ul llic Chicago World's Vnr
for Talilo Kiticii, Towels,
iSliectiii"., I'illow Linen,
Iliindkcrcliiffn nnd ICni
liroidcn W. C. SPROULL,
iSole Agent for thn lliiwalliiu l-lainlx.
rplIK WEEKLY HllLlxflN-lM COU
L uiiiiuof Interfiling IteKillne Mminr.
UUmlt.K; mailed to fortlsu oountrlti,)
ftttnofflt ill ttitittrtft la ntlllurl In nil Vam. '
-!'... Hiiviitnrii m - v. iw "ui nsn
SILK DRESS GOODS!
Ltdlei' and Gents' Handkerchiefs
(With Amerlcnn or Hnwnllan Klags)
Shawls, Bashes, Tabic Covers,
Neckties, HUlrts, Etc., Etc.
C0H0N CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shirts, Pftjamas. Suits,
Kimono 1'ftttcrn-", Etc., Etc.
Fancy Porcelain Tea Sots,
Pups and Saucers, l'lates,
flower Vases, Etc., Kto.
Christmas Cards, Fancy Entelopes,
l Albums, Kans. I'npor lanterns,
! Table Crumb rnns, Etc., Etc.
Importer of Japanese Goods
I VOO Kort St., nenr Ciietom Houso.
' MtT. Mt-TELEPHONES -IUi.i. 474.
P. 0. Ilox 3W).
411 KING STREET.
HAArE JUST KECBIVBI)
IVrS.8. "Oecanlc.'' Dee. 4th,
A l.RIIC VAIUKTV oi
SilUUe for Cbristmas Trade.
Of Dlllerent Varieties mid Latent Pattern-.
I 811IHTS, SltKHANOKEUOHIKKS,
I Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
HjO-w JPrioes !
411 -:- King-:- Street
i Thoroughbred Stock
FOR, SALE !
, The utiders'gned oilers for sale the follow.
I lug Ilenutiful Stock:
THE FINE HOUSE
AMI TIIR l-OI.LOWIMI MAMCS!
"AiKie A.," "Josiu V.,"
"Sully Muck" urnl Colt,
j "Yum Yum" and Colt,
! "True Uluo" and Colt,
I tty Full Pedigrees of the nbuve uun bu
aeen at Qrrtmllelu Stables, where prieo and
1 terms can lie urrauged to suit the times.
Greenfield Stables, : Kaplolanl Park.
: W. II. KICKAKI).
! HAVE YOU TRIED -:- -:-
; Cigarettes ?
If you try them once you will
smoke no other.
Any one returning C0 Jockey
Club Label), to S. KUBKY S:
CO., No. G14 Wing Street, will
be prrnentcil with a beautiful
Cigarette or Cigar Cane.
Mokuleia Stock Farm,
WILL COVER TEN MARE8 AT
"Sonny Boy" Service, S20.
IJIHR nnDana nflR niri,
t. AA1U UUUUUU i Ull U11UU I
IMIOS. W. (JAY,
W7 :'m i tl
IS THE BEST
Dries perfectly solid Inside of twenty
Forms a durable and elastic, not a brit
Retains Its gloss longer than any other
Hoists the action of acids and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Flows freely 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 lu paste form.
Drlngsout the real shades of the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is n solvent for 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 dell
Hni 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 linseed.
Can be thinned with turient!tie.
lly actual tosts, has outlasted the best
Therefore, Is the host paint oil ever man
Direotion for Use.
Use I.i:coi. in every respect in the
hiiiiiu minuter its you would linseed
nil, willi the single exception thui you
may add fully uiie-qimrtur mure Lu
coi, to tho saiiiu iitmiitily of pigment
limn you would of linseed.
lu using metallic, Venctiun red, tho
ochres, nnd other dry pigments, it is
udviealilo to mix tip the paint at least
ime day before it Is to lie turd, then
add u third more Lucoi, mid the pulnl
will lie found to cover well and have
a good gloss.
NKVEH U8E JAPANS.
Where linrtl surfaces such as Doors,
steps, etc., tiro required use litharge
only, never use Japans.
l.UCOL MIXES WITH VAK
NlrillEM and assist their working and im
proves their appearance iipt they"
HllfltIM) IIK UHKI) HAMK DAY TIIKV AUK
mixki), otherwise the gum of tho var
nish may ho precipitated or tho mix
Tho addition of from i to 4 of Lit
em, to varnishes does not red lire their
tti'trn nor retard their hardening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands
H. Hackfeld & Go
Are jiiHt in receipt of largo importa
tions by their iron barks "Paul
and by u number of ves
sels from Americu.
Consisting of a large and complete
Vieiimi ami Iron Clurduu Furniture,
Saddlery and Cutlery,
Iron Uedstoiuls, Kto., Kto.
Bechstein & Seiler Pianos
American &c European
Oilciuiil l'uiuts, I.tibrinuting Urease,
Caiistiu Hoda, Wash Soda,
Filtorpresa Cloth, Twine,
Htgs, Market Baskets,
Demijohns, Etc, Etc.
Rooting Slates, Firebricks,
Sheet Zinc, Sheet Loud,
Plain and Corrugated Iron,
It. R. Materials,
Steel Rails, Etc., Etc,
SUGAR & RICE
Gulden (late, Diamond, Spen.v'b, Met
ehiiiitn ami Eldorado
Uii tin- mind Liberal Titum at Ihu
Lowi'ht I'rleOK by
H. Hackfeld & Go.