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English Wardrobes, Plato Glass Front;
Murblctop Wash Stands,
Marble! op Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hull and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Koyal Worcester Vases,
Uoyal AVorcoster Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases. Tumblers. Glasses,
Claret Jugs. Lumps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
Bto., Etc, H3to.
THEO. H. DA
r m ims
Nuaanu Street, - : Near Hotel Street
HAS- Jl'Sr KKCKIVr.l) UY I.ATI: AIUHVAL8
iMrfct from Uhihi' I'Iiicu (niiiialii ijanill.v' Superior to Any
thlii); Kvi'i bold In Honolulu:
A Choice Assortment oi Christmas Toys on Hand
Ciimphitr Trunks Filtnl nith Patent Ihtfine I.oi'kn,
Intrit Sifiltn ( hi tin llitui'iini Clidira unit l.futtijes,
ll'iiutifitl 1'iilleriii Chinese .Silk nml Silk lluiidkerehirt, Etc.
High Class Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Al .on uitud Ifiii'i Asioriini'iit uf Ciiilitiittrun. TwbpiU, Kto , I'tu.
I-iO-w Prioes a.ncl Good E'it C3Kaa,ra.nteecL
IMI'OHTMK AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butler
New Goods Received by Every
All Onl'Ts fiiitlifulli
"olinltud Hiid purked uilli iir.
Lincoln Huhk, Ki.nu Stiiuf.t,
BOTH TEnrilONIJS JIO
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FOKT STREET.
IiDporlcrs, Wlioble it Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplier
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - IIOrSK - CiOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Orders Solicited.
IL E. McLNTYIlE & J3HO.,
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New HuoiIh llecclvml l Kery I'm Ul from the Kntcrn htntet and Kurope.
FKES1I CALIFOKNIA - I'KODl'C'K lY EVEUY STEADIER.
A:i iirtliT fultlifiillv iiltuinluil to and (ino.li IMIvtirtd ti any
I'.irt of III..
IkLINII OlIIIUIlS .Soi.iiuteii.
K.val cy UN' Ull
VIES & CO.
1'. O. UOX 372
Steamer from San Francisco,
Siitifaitloii kuhmiiU-piI. Mum! OriJrn
Hut. Fout and Alaska Stkeets.
r. o. uox vii
I. O BOX H'i
A.N'I) KINO HTHKK'Irf.
Anhouser-Busch Browing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
"EAG-L.E" Brand Beor.
St. Ihis, Oct. . yr.
Mi'BB!, Mai Kl.Nr A Co.. L'p..
llomiliilii, tl. I.
Vnr i'ir Wo linvi' mnilril ou n copy
of the ninlflifwnfriit iitmmiiiclng th.'uroat
victory non liv the AMinFn-liti n .We
ciatio.i ilh tlii-lr "I'.AUI.r llrnn.t of
ASHKl8KIMmsrH llltr.VlN( ASSO
CIATION. (ipetltt Pcipoteh Id liM-e-lfemnenit.)
Viiniii' Kim, Ciiiciuo. Ill, Oct. 'X.
No award dm ever been tiia.lv o KfiitllyliiL'
toSl. l.oiu people mul jtttly merited
ii tlm iiiut iivti tii.it.ii li tin. I nlntiiblnti
jurv of tilt- World' 1'iifr cuiiltlii' of con
iiofWnr nml clicinlt of thchlphctd rank,
to the Aiilum-cr-liu-rli lln-wliii? .Wocln
tlim. Ily method" of iiurivalli'tl biulnc
enturprl.', niM hy iHiik the het mntcrlnl
produeud In America nml Knrii)io, exclud
ing corn nml ntliur adulterant-, or urro
i:np, Hie illllVrciit kind, of the Aiilietier
Iltlch boor linvi become the favorite with
tin) Aiik'Hi nn tH'orlc, and lino now con
tptored tin- IiIkIioM award In etrry partial
Inr, tthleh liml to In1 oonlilenil liy the
Colimibl.'in Jury. Tin1 lnuli character of
llit award bIvi'H to-daj by tho Juror, will
lip Ik'IIit iiiiilpr-tiioil hIh'M It I- known tlmt
tlip illll'tTPiit Itcur. plilliltuil h tin' An
Ik'IImt llil"pli ltrpwlni? A-in'lnlion liml to
compete with hundred of the ino-l excel
li'iit dlplay! of oilier hri'ttiTF. TIip fact
that no other concern hn received so
litany ihiIiiI- for the vnrlim- e-.oiulal itinl
ltlp of pood lii-pr rtitiflrin anew tin nrni'q
remits on a tlip lender of nil American
brer, and Mr. Adolplni llnch i'nn feel
proud ovit tills ri'till ru mimIv merited.
tiif Tlie above Is a
Label oi the "EAGLE"
Fac-slmllle o( tbe
Brand which took
V4k- In ordering' tin- llecr " "tr.'
iikIc fur the ' i:A(il.l"' llniu.l.
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
.Urnt) fur .iiiiii'i'iii Itlnwli
Dai Nippon !
Th iiNiim Hiore lr d received nnother
splendid Invoice of
JapanpscSlk & Pancy Goods
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Beautiful Silk and Crape
'tlhlim, Tnl.le t'oitTK,
lli'il t overt, down-,
til A It IS.
i Al'h, hfUKKNS,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN uitl.n VAUIB'IY.
n&- ltlKK;ctiUii l:--.'-t fully Invited.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
mil 1 nt
King Street Restaurant,
& Alakoa Sis.
Everything Served In First Class Style.
lliiard li the Week
i"i ( c Mi.
It mil In
pi n on or about the 1st
1)1.' Ini AH
II hi-: .V CO., Prop.
Street, 'tyjgiSk, Merry (jo Round
Everything Served In Flht Class Style.
SlMtlf Mi ill
Jl Mini liek.'i-
Fowl Three Times a Week
Tni.d) unci llnirmlav ul limin Mill
din ill niiM'r.
VII 1m I'llMLU -il.NtJ, I'top.
Continued from 1st Page.)
Aro you sure of that? A. There Is n
difference I cnu show you here.
t That is referring to exhibit "C"? A.
Yen, sir. I think there ii n tlifferenco of
Mr. Allen, In jour letter of Mnv 15th,
1891, you Apeak of the totnl principal be
ing 8110,000; in your letter of Norember
Uth. 185H, you speak of tlio total princi
pal beltif? 3147,trJl.l7; where htm llie (in
ference gone lietween the nimmntn of
principal stated in voiir letters nnd the
amount of principal Mated in schedule-!
"C" to wit, 81II.W.UII; ninountlnt' to
pomothini' over 820U0' A. Well, tho
amount of tho Union Iron Work low is
not included in tho ntatenient of princi
pal in Bchedulo ''(J," that li the actual
loss on thoie bonds has been deducted
from the amount of principal.
Would thut briny your llirurci correct,
take the actual amount of Uhi on thow
Ixindi, to wit, 8'J2!)0, from the principal
8117,011!? A. I don't know, ni I could
ny here without referring to boiiio
memornudn at the oflice just how 1 nr
rivud tit the statement of principal in
Was tho lon on the Seattle liontls in
cluded in the receipt (j'vp'1 '' I'oipli
Dunning? A. It wan not included in
Was it in Mr. Hannlntj's receipt? A.
Hid you, in mnkini? the Seattle bond
invcetnient. eoniler that you received
those bonds, and that you invested in
those bonds by virtue of your appoint
ment from thlt) Court? A. Certainly.
Tho money that you put inlo thtwo
Seattle bonds iu money vou received i
by virtue of your nppointtnent tm ii.luiin-1
intrntorr A. Certainly.
Did yon consider that by allowing the I
8t attle bonds to be sent to Seattle that
thereby the) were no longer n your pos- I
KosHion or control im ii.lmlnlstmtor? A.
..r: Jr'W. "J01.'. "V .."."' '
lO IIH'HU I
the returns direct to Mr. Hannini!.
llll-lll IU UUIHIU nuu ntmi-u iiu'lll in llllint' .
When did you llrst learn, Mr. Allen,
that there was trouble about this Seattle
iuvesttuontr A. I crime home In April,
INI, I didn't know of it then: it nits not
until Home months after, it was in the
fall of 1iY.I1, I think. I think it was nflcr
Charley Carter returned home from tho
Slates, his father being dead, thnt ho llrot
spoko to me and to Mr. Judd nnd others
about the condition of these ImiihIh In
the year I hill.
Do you know who llrst told you about
it that there was trouble about tho-o
Seattle Imiuls? A. I nm not certain
whether Curler told me or whether the
tlrst intimation I had of the trouble was
by feeing In the paper that the Western j
Farm and Mortgage Company nl.ich had i
H mini in ecu tnc uonus was in toe nanus
of a receiver, I don't remember the date
that I llrst saw that.
DM vou consult with Mr. and Mrs.
Ilauulng prior to sending these Ixinds to
Seattle? A. No. I did not.
Mr. Allen, 1 sec that you tiled it peti
tion with olh.THon the llth of laiiuary,
Ih'.ri. for the appointment of a receiver
for the Union Iron Works Company ? A.
You swore to it. did you not? A. Yes.
In that petition you dcscrilxtl the xltu
ntion of the Union Iron Works Company
in this language, to wit, "The Union Iron
WorkH Company has broken certain of
ts covenants In Its deed or trust, to wit, , )0 borno in mind that tho grip is
.. .I T-,.J""1 IlV't J' '''l0 ni"L !.'? ",,IV h tho same as a very severe cold
i!rfrtr'.ttSl"ffii(l requires precisely tho sn.uo
....r. ikii i.,ii, un it-ill iwi inn imrii iiini
fourth ipuirterH of tho year 1S1H. and has
also failed to pay coupons on lis first ,
mortgage ImihIs which were payble on I
the 1st day of .laiiuary, and that It Is now
llalilu to iioUiiro by attachment" A.
les, sir, tliniH statement were in the
You also alleged. Mr. Allen, in the pe
tition, did you not, that tho fcuurlty of
the trust deed by which the Ixmils of tho
compnny wore secured hnd lieun lesson
ed and unpaired? A. Yes, hir.
Thu above allegation in that petition
then correctly stated tho condition of the
Union Iron WorksCo.on tho With day of
.Fanuary, lhlridldity Yes. sir.
When did you llrst Inform Mrs. Itau
tilng or her sou or this condition of nf.
fairs? A. It was in June, is'.CJ; the let
ter is on tile in this Court here.
The letter or June, IhlfJ. in which yon
sent the list or Investments and say that
you considered them all good except the
Seattle bonds and a slight Iohi on tho
Union Iron Works? A. Yes. sir.
That woh tho llrst information and all
the information was it not up to that
date that you hud given cither Mrs. Dun
ning or her sou on the condition or that
investment in the Union Iron Worku
bonilH. mih it not? A. Yes, sir, I think
that is so.
And that was all the information you
communicated In tegaid to that invest
ment? A. Yes. sir.
And at that time as a matter of fact it
was iu your hands as receiver? A. Yes,
Then you were holding the bonds of
the Union Iron Works Company for Mrs.
Illuming, and at tho same time you uun
acting as receiver r that concern for tho
benefit or all creditors unsecured ns well
asHceured? A. Yes, sir.
Hy tlie ild oi DcccuiUt. IW.rJ, tho dav
the property or tho Union Iron Wink's
was dually disposed of you knew what
the uctiial loss would be. did you not?
A. The delivery of the property ot tho
Union Iron Works was not mailn on the
3d of December, the sale was made on
that dity but the delitery did not take
place until Inter.
Hut that was the day when tho price
was determined was it not? A. Yes, sir,
but there was a shrinkage.
Hut it was sold was it not on that day
at a price boyond which you could not
expect to icceive anything, to wit. tfftl,
(MHI? A. Yes, sir.
And by rcismi ot siiiinkagcs it was
llnally reduced to 31MKMI? Yes, sir.
Then on tlie ild ot December, Ih'.KJ. win
know that no more than $."D,H) could bo
rcnlii-d out of the assets of the Uilluu
Iron Works Company? A. Yes. sir.
Now ou the Ithof Ueci'inbcr you wrote
to Dolph Uuuning, did you not? A.
Letter tend as follows.
Per S. S. "Australia."
lltiNoiit'M', Dec. .", IS'.rJ.
My dear Id ihim:
Your letter of November 7th i cached
me on the U(lth November, and by it I
was glad to learn that it was yom inten
tion to come hero during this month,
I wish you to cmno directly to us, and
make our hou-e your hcadijuarters while
you stay here, of course your other
friends will want visilH from you, which
you will uial.e, but I wish you to con
sider our hoiiso nlunH open to you, to
go and conn as you please
1'leai.e say to your i:ood mother that I
am iu receipt oi her letter or November
'JiM, acknowledging receipt of tin remit
! tiiiici' and hcini-anuual aucouut, and
thank her for the Kxaminer with the sen
I salioual account or our Kingdom The
article iiImiiiI l.oid George l'aitlet came
I bum Mrs Wilder, Mis, Carter says Urn
'true vcihIoii is, that an olllcer of I.nnl
i (Je,ii,,'s came to the Iuiihc, ami demand
ed to see her mother ho was ill, and
! insisted until her mother saw him. ho
said he was ordered to ask her where Inn
, husband was concealed, she told him she
did nut know, which answer ho was
! obliged to accept. Mrs. Carter was tlum
an m in nt of three or four weeks old, Iu
deisl hlu. was Isirn while the Knghsh Hag
vmis Ily ui; over the IslauiU
In Joncfl. Geo. Wilcox, Mark Robin
on anil Cecil Urown, wo havo the best
Cnblnet wo hnvo bad since Lunnlllo's
time, nlrendy we nro getting over tho un
easy fcollu we hnvo hnd so long, there
nre rumors of n vote or wnnt of confl
donee in lliooo Ministetn being brought
forwnrd, but Rhoittd It bo I do not think
it could carry. Hush and Johu Cummins
arc opposed for no other reason thnn
that they nro not in, nnd they nre trying
to get enough votes ('2." needed) pledged
to bring in the resolution.
Mrs. Allen joins me In kind regards to
your mother nnd your self.
Yours very truly.
W. b Ali.e.v.
(7'o be Contlnwit.)
America nnd Hawaii.
Tho London Timos says: "It must
bo owned Hint tho conduct of Qucon
Liliuokalnui herself appears to havo
been so imprudent as to afford tho
Anu-rieati Executive an opportunity
of withdrawing the offers they had
mado her. President Cleveland ro
quires tho Qttoon, as a condition of
his requesting tho Provisional Gov
ernment to resign, to promise a full
amnesty, and to undertake tho fulfil
ment of all its bona fltle obligations.
To these not unreasonable demands
tho Queen at first refused to accede.
She was warned that they would bo
insisted upon, and thai tho efforts of
tho President to procure her restora
tion would cease if ther were not
complied with. She lit.s at last yiold-
1 ,- . ...... . , ,,. . .-
u YlY "B lo ii u,,nlori cou'
lct "" politicians may arguo
thnt tho President s offer no longer
holds good. Technically that may
bo true, but will such a pioco of
pettifogging commend itsolf to tho
Lament of tho American peoplo!
Tho Presitlonl has declared himself
....... ..I ... rt .. .!.. !.. .... l,.!
iior.iiuii iu cu-uioiai.u ill iij luia
ativo plan consistent with 'American
honor, integrity, and morality Can
the recognition of a Government
described by tho President himself
as imposed bv force ami fraud on
tho Hawaiian people form part of
such a plant Tho President s offer
may indeed havo lapsed by oflluxion
of time, but tho moral grounds on
which it was based cannot havo van
ished altogether, even in tho stress
of American politics, in less than a
Ton dnvs loss of timu on account
of sickness and a doctor bill to pay
j anything but pleasant for a mat
i nir but tiiunsant lor a man
of a family to contemplate, whether
ho is a laborer, mechanic, merchant
or publisher. J as. O. Jones, pub
lisher of tho Leader, Moxia, Texas,
was sick In bed for ton days with
the grip during its prevalence a year
or two ago. Later in tho season ho
had a second attack. Ho says: "In
tho latter case I used Cliatnlwrlain's
Cough Itemedy with considerable
success, I think, only being in bod a
little over two days. Tho second at
tack I am satisfied would have been
equally ns bad as tho first but for
the use of this remedy. It should
treatment. When you wish to euro
a cohl quickly nml effectually givo
this remedy a trial. 125 and 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Hon
Hon, Smith .V Co., Agents for tho
A riXK JAI'ANKSK 8TKAMKU
Due here on or nliout the end of .March
Mill lie despatched with Mull and
rilhuetiKurK for the nhovu
Port on or nliout
l'nr further tmrtlculars n-nardlim
IWnjjc nml ! might, apply to
K. OGURA & CO.,
Hood l'jitiirui;e liy thu month or year. All
Ilor-m will Iih well-looked utter
and kept In puddoeks.
TIIK hT.MKI. IIIIKIl THOTTINU bT W.UIi.V
Itccord 'J ::U In Honolulu,
Will make 'lie wuhiii at this Itaiich until
July 1, lsill. TlvllMS, $10.
IH.i iiii'TiOM I'oulcd 18m, liluod buy, IU
hands lile,li und wclKht ll'X) pounds.
1'KMuHKn: liv "ilrosvfiior," liv "Ad
nilnUtriitor," bv "Hyvlyk's ilniiilltoiilnu
10." Duni by "Nutwoud," record ,-ilSJ.
tB Tor further purtlculiir apply to
J. P. MKNDONt'A, Kanuohe.or,
C. llUl.Ti:, Honolulu.
ABPKHAI. l.lllltAUY IS NOWOl'KN
to htuiluMHon Tt'llSDAY, THintH
DAY and KATUItDAY of each week, from
i 'i to I i-. ii., on the M-coud tloorof thu l'W
ter UliK'k, Xiiuuuu street, over bovejoy's
i more. Kutraucu liy thu M'vmul door, on the
! hum lending lo thu Imuk part of thu Ilono-
fW In recpousu to nuiiu'riius rcouuats,
j it trial A II Ut'l.AS.SOr'THIKn-Oi'HY,
. onii evening a week, free of ehargu. will In.
I In r led in the l.lhrury Hull, as mioii h-i
, tueiity iiiIIii.hIoiii have been received. In
tending 'tudents, pleiiMj notify thu l.llira
rlam I W Hooks lent out to reiponi-ilile pur
I tlu In Honolulu, und when piuctfcnlilu, to
, rclduutDuf the other IslumN. Ul'.'-lm
ELECTION OF OFFIOEIIS.
i A TTIIi: ANNUAL MKIJTINU OFTIIK
XV lil.iiMt.s lli.MViill.M hniiCTV held
on February 7, litl, the folluwlng Olllcer
I were eleeliil, vl. :
II. A. iilemaiin President,
.1. F. Iliii Meld
J. I". h nkiir.lt
II.. I. Nolle . .
J. F. II uck (eld
'IMIK FNDI'.llhKINT.I) If, PUDPAUKI)
1 to iiiiikeiill klniUof Tiiiiilutoiie Itall
iiign, Hiiiiiineri.it Iron Work, etc., etc.
Lillltliitci on uppllcutluil.
Union Street, ut Htt-rlluc'v I'uiut Mhop.
'.JO tf '
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
ST. VALENTINES' DAY,
tr-HJQ. 14, 1884,
We ito not no in or grindiny out
Spectacles and Eyeglasses, but tee can
fit you at prices in accordance with the
OUK LINK OK
DOLLS & GAMES
IS WKM. ASSORTED.
HcniiogtoD v Typewriters
The King of All Tyt.wrlters.
Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rackets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Fall Supply of Fine Stationery,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
ttr Music and Books ordered by
Y Ami don't forgft CASH Is the
basis of our buIiies. and ll nluny talks.
Notice to Consumers 1
The new works of the. Hawaiian
Electric Co. being now completed,
notice is hereby given that from
and after January liith the Com
pany is prepared to supply incan
descent electric lighting to cm
turners. In afrw days the Company will
also be prepared to furnish electric
motors for power, and of which
due notice will be given.
The Company further announce
that they are prepared to receive
orders for interior wiring and can
furnish futures and all fittings in
connection with new service.
Printed rules, regulations and
Company's rates can be had on
application to the Superintendent.
Wm. 6. IRWIN,
PRK81DENT H. E. CO.
I have imu'h pleasure in
advising my numerous cli
ents that I have received
advices that tho Shamrock
LiNF.Nh have heen accorded
Tho Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
at tho Ohioiigo World's Fair
for Table Linen,
liol'i and Km-
I TRADE 1
V MARK C
w. c. spRouLinran mmm nnp ohdi
AKfnt fur thu llmsullau UhunU,
'PIIK WKKKLY IIULLKTIN-'W COU ;
X union of Inttirestluv Readluu Matter.
Islands, M; iuald to forelKU onuntrtn,l6
Special attention Is called to our New
Christmas Goods i
SILK DRESS GOODS !
Ladies' and Dents' Handkerchief!
(With American or Hawaiian Flags)
Shawls, Sashrs, Table Covers,
Neckties, Shirts, Etc, Etc.
COTTON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shirts, Pajamas, Bulla,
Kimono Patterns, Etc., Kto.
Fancy Porcelain Toa SetB,
Cups nnd Saucers, Plates,
Flower Vases, Etc., Eta.
Christmas Cards, FanoyEntelopet,
Albums, Fan. Paper Lanterns.
Table Crumb Pans, Etc., Eto.
Importer of Japanoso Goods.
200 Fort St., near Custom House.
MlT. Ml-TELEPHONES -Bem, 474.
P. O. Uox 3).
411 KING STREET.
Per 8. 8. "Oceanic." Dec. 4th,
A MIME VARIETY or
Suitable for Christmas Trade.
Of Dlirercnt Varieties and Lntesl Patterns.
8HIHTS, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS,
PORCELAIN TEA SETS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Low Prioes !
411 -:- King-:- Street
The undem'Klicd offers for vile the follow
Iiik Beautiful Stock i
J THE FINE HORSE
AMI THE rOLLOWINU MAItESt
j "Angio A.," "Josio W,"
"Sally Hlnck" und Colt,
"Yum Yum" and Colt,
"True Bluo" and Colt,
Uf Full l'edlurces nf the abovocau t
heuu at OreoiitleM Stables, where price and
tonus can be arranged to suit the times.
HAVE YOU TRIED -:
If you try them once you will
smoke no other.
Any one returning SO Jockey
Oluh Laheh lo S. KUBEY &
CO., No. SJ4 King Street, tt'Ul
be presented with a beautiful
Cigarette or Cigar Case.
Mokuleia Stock Farm,
WILL COVER TF.N MARKS AT
"Sonny Boy" Service, $20.
m. iiiu mjuuuu x un uiiuu
Til OS. V. (JAY,
' 0J7 l'iu-6 bt
i nioTonghbred Stock