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33T FOR FOUR
English Wardrobes, Plato Glass Front;
Marble-top Wash Stands,
Marhlotop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dininu; Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Kattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Koval Worcester Vasns,
Iiovul Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases. Tumblers. Glasses.
Claret .lug's. Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
Etc, Etc., Eto.
THEO. H. DAVIES te CO.
Nu-aanu Street, - : Near Hotel Street
IIA?.HS1 ItKCr.lM.P Y I.AIi: AltltlVAI.8
Illni'f from I'liiim' I inenl Moiiirnili iil.illli ' hiisTlor lo Any
ililug Kvi'i !ilil la Honolulu'
A Choice Assortment of Christmas Toys on Hand
Comphi; Trifiln Filti-d uilh 1'iitml Pit-illtr .,
I.nhul li'i t Una .''iii'-i' Clmir unit I.nuniiiii,
II'HHtijitl I'ltttrrn I'hiw Silk uinl filk II(iiulkrrehiff, lilc.
High Class Tailoring in All Its Branches 1
Alu' oil till i 1 a I ln ' -
IjO"w Prioes and
iui i:mi'nl. in -
iMi'OftTKit and di;ali:h in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll
New Goods Hecelyed by Every
All Onli-M f.nllifiilli
vilii'ltiil ami ui km I uitli caru
Ijscoln IJlikk, Kino Stku.t,
HOT II i:...r.l IKlNKh Jio
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - HOrSE - (J(K)DS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Oiidmc. Snurm.u J09 t0 Hatiifaitkis fit xitANfKKH.
II i:. McINTYlJE 6c BRO.,
niruiimis im in i.kus in -
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New llooili- lliei lvil In l.ieri I'm kut from llu l.ii-it rti Mali", ami i:ttm-.
KUKSII - C'AUFOHVIA I'llODI (T. BY KVKHY STKAMKIt
All ()riwr fmthfiilli utti'inle-l
I'.irl iif I lie
1.SI.1MI OlIDKIIS SOMC'IILI).
I'lli-nls, V.f . V.W.
! n. 1IO.X 'SVi
Butter and Island Butter
Steamer from San Francisco.
'itl-f.ietliiu giliinilltiMMl. lihiiul (Irilerh
IU:t. Foiit ami Ai.aki:a Stiikkt.s.
1 (). UiX ."17
k lieiail Grocers
p. ( itox in
II v I'll I.I.
Ili-llvrriil to it 1 1
AND KI.NU KTIti;i.'ltJ.
m . . .
Anheuser-Busch Browing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair vith their
"EAGLE" Brand Beer.
st. I.m ii. Oct. .". i'fl.
Iim, Mai t iSLiNr A 'o I 'i..
Honolulu, It. t.
lirnr Sht We hrv in'iili'il ymi n eopj
of tin K'n'icViniwrnf iinnimiii'llij; thegrrat
vlctotv won In the Amu iMi-tli i n Ao
uatio's wllh' thi'lr "KAHI.I" llr.iiiil of
AXMKVtiiisiii'fcn iii:i:vi(i ASSO
Worn n' 1'im, 'mi Mm. III.., Oct. ).
No nwnnl ln eierbcen made n gratifying
to M l.ouN is-oplc ntnl mi Jutll tnrrltt'il
ti tin- mt' given tn-dui bj the nliimhian
Jitry of the World'" Kalr conitlng of con
nnlM'tir mid elicmlt of tin- highest rank,
In the AnlivtttT-ll.ifli llp-ttliii: A'iih'Ib
tloii. Hi ih(mh1 of unrivalled IiiiIiip
ctitcrprle, and lij nltig tin1 lirt luntiTliil
roilin'iil in Ann rlrn mul Kiirutir. oxuluil-
ing corn nml other adulterant" or urrn-
l'iiic. i neu unrein Mini
Of till' AllllfllTP-
llil'oli beer have I'i'i-oiiii' tin
till Amer Irnli ikmii c. mi
mi I Iriie now roll-
niiTPil ilic lilifnt iiu.ird In cvi rv luirticu
Inr. iihlch limi to In- coti'ldcml li the
I'olilinlii.ill Jury. Thn liluli elrimcter of
tin1 annul given to ilnv liy tin- Juror will
he Wltcr uiiiHT-toiiil wlii'ii It i-ktinvwi tlmt
tin' dlll'imit heer i-xliMilicil hi l ho An
lit'iwr-llil'M'li Itreultig AvH'l.itlon limt to
compete tilth hilliilrviPmf the iii"t excel
lent illlilni of otliiT brctiei". Tin' flirt
Mint tin otlirr concern Inn rciclwil o
man iHilnt lor the virimi centliil iiinl-
ltle ni ijoxi ix'or eniiuriu nncw
riMiiit'tiini n tlii- leader of all
ox beer entillriu ntiew the ll'in
Im-ro. nml Mr. Ailo,lm llueli enn feel
prouiloriTtliio rpiiltMiiitl nuTlteil.
VsT -" &
. , u u u u i v ' -, -f;i i . t m
n3'" Tbc above Is a Fac-slrallle ol tbe
Label of (be "EAGLE" Brand wlilcb lock
iik lur iln I. AH). I
Macfarlaue & Co., L'd,
lvrn fin llniiitltitit Itliiii'l'
Dai Nippon !
Mis aliuvi "tore h- rifi Ivisl nnollifr
"pi. mild Itiinii'e of
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
l ii-lnoit. I able l uiers,
Ited I nVer Ijlillll',
IMHI.IrS Si Alt I K.
t ai's. "i isi:i:n,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
I.N UKI.M V VltlKIY.
f lu-KTtmii ltei(t'tliilli Invlleil.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
King Street Restaurant,
CprnfliKinu '?? & Alakea Sis.
Everything Served in First Class S'jle.
lloinl h tin We I.
i Cl tltr-
tau li iii i
upi li mi or uIhiiiI tin
Ml III I. A Ml, I'riip.
,,. . j-r-'.,L-. .. n i
btreel, ffl$raj Marry go Bound
Everything Served in First Class Stylo.
'I MimI li
Fowl Threo Times a Week
IiumIhv ini'l lii li -'In) nl IhiiiIi. Shi
luv ill "iliii r,
IllOCIi I.NU, I'rup
- K.I.. ?Vl
Continued from ht Page.)
did not mention It until MHrch in my
Utter to her In March.
Tlmt was after ion hnd obtained jour
tliHolinrjs? A. Yes, Mr.
Vmt wrote Bubepient to lluil letter of
June Ulli, 1WW, reassuring Mrs. Hanning
In regard to the Seattle bonds did you
notr A Yes, sir, I said t" her tlmt if
the company wan reorganised tlmt by
wailing from 3 to 5 join- we would net
And you Mated did ton not Unit there
was a plan of reorganization afoot? A.
i es. sir.
You gnte that information lo Mm Unti
tling as laleai Nmi tuber Dili, l'.U, did
jou not? A. Yes. hlr.
Letter of Xoiemher Htli, iK'ti, eon
tains the following statement.
The Seattle business is not jet ar
ranged, but it looks in if this matter
would bo settled, so that by talthig three
or live years it may prote a good Intcst
ineiit. There was Hie shares of Muck
given with each bond I'D you are the owner
of ten shares of hIock.
When did Mrs. Hanning o far as jou
were eoneernwl receive ani Informiition
contnirv to that conveyed by the. letter
of Sun tuber Mil. IMCJ? A. 1 did not
write to her nlioitt it until Mnreh.
Did ion ever write to her telling her
the condition of the Seattle Imnili jirior
to lour discharge? A. Sol think not,
but 1 told Dolf when he was hero.
After he arrived? A. Yes, sir. 1
think Dolf might liavo known about it
when he was in Seattle.
i on ilid not mean, Mr, Allen, to take
any advantage of Manning by withhold
ing information of the. condition of these
Seattle Ixiuds until after his arrival in
Honolulu, and he was prevented from
consulting with his mother? A. Why.
Tlmt was never in your mind? A. No.
Do you think as you look back at II ,
now. tlmt as a matter of Taut, you did I
obtain an adinntage over H.mnlng by
your failure to givu him timely warning
or the true eotuiition ol these tuiest
incuts, whether as n matter of fact
jou Intended to lake such advantage or
not; in other wonts, do jou think tlmt
jour silence lias resulted In an advantage
to you; A. How?
If you had giien timely information to
Mrs. Hanning or her son while they were
in San Knmcl-cn. might it not linio pro-
voKeil an lii'iillrj Ironi them uiiieh uoiiiii
have led to tlielr lefusal to siuu
ceiptsso willliigli? A. I don't bee it. '
Iicoause everj thing was laid before Dolf
when he came down here,
You don't think then that tin-tardiness '
of the Information resulted in an luhan-
tnge lo urn? A. No, I don't think so. '
Was there any Intention on your nart t
to obtain nn advantage by failing to in
count to the Court for income from In
vestments? A. I didn't know that it
And was there any Intention on ymir
part or purpn-e to obtain aui advaiitago
In failing toptiYi'iit a detailed lit of tho
investments to the Court as thej were
miidi'? A. Certainly not.
I ,ra Ing tixide now any intention on
lour iinrt. do ion cons der as a matter of i
V .. .1 .. . : .!.. . . .. I ..!....!.. 1 .... '
act that iierliaiis nu
.1 . ' .
have obtaim-d an ,
advantage and perhaps have
lease from oliliL'atiou bv reason of your I
allure to account to the Loiirt fiom jiar
to year for the investments that jou him
maile? A. I iloii t nee how.
Do you remeiulsT tilling jour llrst ac
counts? A. es, sir.
In which jou give a li-t of iuw-st-IllelltS?
A. Yes, sir.
And also a ritanini-ut of the income?
A. es. sir.
Vou km w tlmt Dolf Hanning was pies
it at Unit accounting? . W-s, sir.
And approved nf the nucuiuit? A.
Well, he was not ald-d then.
Tho record says that he approu-d the
aecoiint? A. At the llrst time.
lie and his mother were therefore fullj
informed as to the methiMl in which jou
preseiibsl that lirl account to tlieCouit?
A. Ves. sir.
Ileeauso you prihciiteil tliem
copj iK'foie you went Is'fore Ihe
A. i'es. i-lr.
Vou iniitisl them to come did juu not?
A. Ves, sir.
Sai ing that while it was not neeesiary
? A. No. I didn't mi that. I said to
Mrs. Manning that she had a right to be
there and if nolsslj else was pri.scut I
Mould like to haie Dolt prcrs'iit.
Do jou rcmcmW muhiug a remark to
Dolf that it would be a gmsl tiling foi
him to go and si-o how it mis done? A.
And thej left the coiinlrj alter jou
llltd lhat llrst account? A. Ves, sir.
And they havo ncu r U-en hack here
until this trip when Dolfhlgned his re
ceipt, giiMi you his leceipt for his half of
the ctato? A. I don t Itnow whether
she was doMii here, Dolf has Is-eli here
once or twice.
Can ion produce aui letter or iirfivc in
any way that either Mrs. Hanning or her
son knew that you had altered the
methisl of rendering jour account to the
Court after rendering jour llrst account;
Then so far as you Know, Mr. Allen,
Isith Mrs. Hanning and her mid haio
actually Isdieved that the accounts which
vou have reierretl loin jour Ictleisas
' ll.iiilig been prci-elltcd to the Colllt Meio
j accounts similar to the Hut account
' which jou picSi'iitetl to tho Court ivhen
they wen hero? A That would be the
natural iufen nee.
And do jou not consider that you hae
hud an advantage whethei you iiiteudid
to take anj or not in thu obtaining tho
receipts that you liaie obtained fiom -Mr.
and .Mrs. Hamiing" A What did 1
Miuit an advantage for?
n it I claiming the adiautage of the
receipts that they gae you aro jou not?
A. 1 don't m'o hoM' I havo got anj
Vou now eoine licfore the Court do
jou not and sai whethei thehii invest
iiientn aro bad or not Dolf has signed oil
and ho cannot therefoie hay anything
now, do jou not : A. I supjiose so,
on hiippoM' mi, jou Knew mi, don't
I j'oir A. i es. hir.
I nil know that thu receipt Unit Han
ninggaieyou mayproie to lie Mortha
I greit ili al of monej to jou in the miij of
I an aciiiittauce inula discliaige to jou
for improper iuiestmeuts that in.ii haw
I liei'ii mii(liiv A I don't sie nhj it
Mould bo of im advantage to me, how 1
I could gain I a it
i Then mIij aie you seeking to take
I adiautage of it for? A. The Inininess
I is clooud, I am getting nothing out of it
j Hv tlmt n dipt of Haniiiug's being
I In-Ill good ion maj avoid a liabihlj for
I improper iiivchtmcuth. you kiiow lhat do
you not, jou know the i.dueof that re
ceipt In jou in that mii) do jou not; A
Ves, h! i
nd ion arc claiming tlmt advantage
to day are mil imi, the adiautage of that
I ri ci hit tn-iluj aie jou notv I ci uli
not do iithcrwisn mIicii th
glien me, could I;
.iv win li vini iiiiih iinei. ill join Hill
, ,,. tl, l.,.1,t t,, tlio Court and to sub
i uiit join iuiestmeuts In the Court and
also join falhliii to giie timely imtice to
Mrs Hanning and her sou of the cuiidi
Hull of then iiiifNttucllts. don't jou feel
that Mhelhei juu luile lliti tided it oi imt
jou liaie as a uuilter of fact uhl.tiiinl an
adtiiiilagc iihli'h jou would not half had
If imi inul iii'rforiuid louriliitiis a
i trustee as juu sliould hae; A I dmi't
. see it letmesaj here if jou villi that
I pasni-d tlmt tit tit account to Judge
1 Hrentmi, nolsslj i xalliillisl the Keeillitleri,
I put In the list of investments and tho
I .ludgo told mo it wiw not necessary for
, mo to do that every time.
Judge Preston told you that nt the
hearing? A. Ypj, sir, nt that henring
and Hint is the reason I have never filed
' a list of the securities with nil my subse
Who was present when .Judge Preston
told you that? A. I don't remember.
1 Was Hanning present? A. I don't
think ho was.
I Hanning was present ill the entire hear
1 ing was he not? A. I don't remember
i Unit he was. but 1 remember lhat the
TikIl'c told mo that I need not L'ivc n list
of the securities every time and tlmt Is
the reaon I did not life them and that is
also tho reason 1 kept the interest out of
the account 1 rendered to the Court and
rendered an account of interest only to
Do ou remember whether Judge
Preston was on the bench when he told
you that? A. No. t don't think so. I
think it wan In a conversation in his own
Did you fell Mrs. Hanning what Judge
Preston had told you? A. No.
Did you tell Dolf Hanning? A. No.
An you look back at it now don't on
think that ou misunderstood tho Judge?
A. No. as I look Imck at it I am certain
that I did not. I thought it was un
necessary or I certainly should have tiled
accounts to the t'ourf.
Do you rememliertlm language used
by Judge Preston? A. No. I don't
know that, I can only say that it left the
impression on inv mind that it was not
necessary to put into annual accountings
It lint of the. Investments and that is the
reason I have not done it from that time
Can i ou give me the date of the Union
Iron Works investments? A. February
'.), IM'.H. 1 was not in tho kingdom at tho
time, nor was 1 here when it wan organ
ized. 1 was not here when they first put
I me in as a trustee In the. tleeit or trust
given to secure the first mortgage IwniK
1 here is nothing upon the records or
Urn Court or in the accounts rendered by
you to -Mrs. Il.iiinlug to show at what
date you made the investments in ques
tion; A. Certainly not.
In other words we would have to go to
oil to learn the date of these invest
ments? A. Certnlnly, I never reported
lo Mrs. Hanning how I invested her
Or when? A. No. Iiecntiso as I had
money in hand and the opportunity of
fend I invented it.
ion ueier eousultisl her nlsiut it? A.
Or consulted counsel? A. No.
I il vou take Ihe advice of any altor-
ne? A. No.
Did you advise with counsel at all
with reference to thin estate after it had
ih-cii uaeeu in jour mums; .. ,o. i
didn't eoniiler that I had any need.
Did jou have any of the titles examined
by counsel? A. es. because n I loaned
out mi mortgage they had to furnish me
And thej p.dd for the inspection of the
title? A. Certainly, they did as I id
wajs knew tho attorney that drew the
mortgage and read it carefully over my
self Is.-fore t accented it
I inn woum only no the case witu
estate moitgages uniilil it not?
The title of the Seattle IniiuIh lias not
mado whllu I
liHilciil up? A. lhat investment was
mado whllu I was not here.
And howalsiiit the Union Iron orlts?
A. I was not here when that investment
u didn't have the title in reference
lo bonds exaiiiiiiisl did you? A. The
Ismd itself shown that, I was told who
drew the form of thu IhiiuI.
Tito oxporii'iii'it of Goo. A. Apgnr.
of (jeriiinn Valley, N. J., is well
worth romemlx'rinp;. Ho was Iron
lileil wit h elirouio (linrrlmn nml
iloetored for livo months nnd vn
tro.'iteil by four tlilTuront douton
wit limit butudit. Ho thou Ijegan
i tiitin Cliamhoi Inin'rt Colic, Cholera
, nml Oinrrhmn Itiinnuli'. of which Olio
small bottlu Directed n complete
euro. It iif for xnlu by nil denlers.
Uotison, .Smith & Co., Agents for tho
A I'l S i: .1 A I'A S KSK hTEA M Kit
Due here mi or about the cad of Mutch
Mbl be dcatchi'd uilh Mulls ami
l'ai-uiiger' for tho alsim
I'ort on or aliiiilt
IW Fur further particulars regarding
I'aoitgeainl 1 lelglit, apply to
K. OGURA & CO.,
iui .m AUKNTS.
(ioml I'le-turagu bi the month or yuur. All
1 lores Mill he Mull. looked utter
and kept In paddocks.
IIIKsTlNIHIIIl Hill l TltOITIMISTll.l ION
" NXJ T C3-R, 0"VES,"
Ih-eord 'Jill.' in lloiioluhi,
Will make ihe senium at this Itanch until
.lulj 1, W)I. TKUMB,:u.
Him ail'TiiiNi Koiiled ISM), blood luy, 10
liumls lilgli uml Mlllgllt IKiO ioiiliiln.
I'l iii4iti i : Hi "Hniivimor," by "Ad
mluiitrutor," hi "H.m1I;' iiumtltoniuii
III." IMui lij "Nutwood," record ills 4.
CW I'or further iarlieulur npplj to
J. P MKNlMiNtA Kaiivolie, or,
v. Horn:, iioiiniuiii.
ASI'IHIAI. I.I lilt MIY lh NOWOI'KN
in t- tudeiits on Tl' KM) A V, TH U 118
HAY and AI'lMtDAYof each Mtek, from
'i to I I. M., on the M'eoiid llnor of the Kni
ti r llloek, Niiiiiinu street, over l.ovejuy's
lore. l.iitraueti bj thu Mcoml dour, on thu
Iiiiih leailiug lo the back part of Ihu llcinu
fW In rci-iionsc tn mimuroii-i rciiiests,
a trial A II l' t'l.AN ill" I'llKoMU'HY,
one elelillig a Met k, free of elnirgii, Mill lie
-laried in the l.ibrarj Hall, a noon as
tvwut) mllii'-tuii- Im m In en ricelved. In
ti-iiiliuu -tinli iii-, iileiie liollfi thu l.llira-
lW Hunks cut mil to rciKin-inli' n.ir-
tle in lloiinliila. and vihcu piattlcalile, lo
rckideiitti nf iIm-oiIhu IkIiiiiiN. til.' Im
'PHI: l'Nl:itMllN'i;l If. PIH.PAIIKII
1 to iniil.'e all l.lnili. of 'loiiiliiluue Hull
lllg, 1 lu in iiKTtol Iron Wotk, uli'., etc,
I'.ntlinuli on iiiiiilli'atluii
I'liluii Hi nil, at Kti'rliug'a Paint Miuii.
i Every description nf.lUlt IWX TI.W
1 ttoiif (if the Itullrtln OiJict.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
ST. VALENTINES' DAY,
PUB, 14, 1BS4.
HV (fo nof (o hi for iirlnithtg nut
Sprctaclei and Kyrjilatifi, hut tie can
fit you at price in accordance with the
OUH LINK OF
DOLLS & GAMES
18 WKI.Ii ASSOKTtil).
Rdiiiglmi v Typewrite
The King of All Typewriter".
Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rackets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Full Supply or Fine Stationery,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
3r Music and Hooks ordered by
? Ami don't forget CASH l the
lmil of our iultii" and It idnays talks.
Notice to Consumers I
The uric unrktcf the llatiaiuin
Elect rlt Co. heiiitj now completed,
unttce in hen by glvtn that from
and after January loth the Com
)iany In prepared to tupply Inraw
detcent electric lighting to cus
In a few day the Company will
also be prepared tofuminh electric
motors for power, and nf which
due notice will be given.
The Company further announce
that Ihey are prepared to receive
order for interior wiring and can
fnrnlth flilum and all fitting in
connection with new service.
Printed rule, regulation! and
Company' rate can be had on
application to the Superintendent.
Wm. G. IRWIN,
PHK8IDKNT II. E.
I lmvo mui'li pleasure in
advising my muuuroub eli
enth Unit I havo received
advices that the Siiamiuick
Li.n'KNn have heon accordi'd
The Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
at the Chicago Wor
for Table Linen,
lilcl's and Km-
w. c. sproull,
bole Aki lit for thu Hawaiian lilaiuU.
flMIK WKKKI.Y IIUMrK'TlN-'Jil COU
Jl iimmof IntorviiliiiK UesJIng Mutter
Mliliui,f4 i'lil'l ininrsiyncounirir
I TRADE J
Bpeclnl attention Is called to our Ken
Christmas Goods i
SILK DRESS GOODS !
Lidlei' and Genta' Handkerchief!
(With American or Hawaiian Flags)
Shawls, Sashes, Tabic Covers,
Neckties, Shirts, Ktc, Etc.
COTTON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shirts, I'njnmns, Suits,
K I mono Patterns, Etc., Eto.
Fancy Porcelain Toa SotB,
Cups and Saucers, Plates,
Flower Vasos, Etc., Kto.
Chrigtmas Cards, Fancy Eny elopes,
Alliilins, Fans. Paper Ijinterns,
Table Crumb Pans, Etc., Etc.
Importer of JapaneBo Goods
J00 Fort St., near Custom Homo.
M I - TELEPHONES -lUl.t. 474.
P. (). Ilox .10.
Ill KING STREET.
I'or H. 8. "Oceanic." Dec. 4th.
A I IHUK VllllKTVOr
Suitable for Christmas Trade.
Of nilTercnt Varieties runt Utent Put term.
H1J1KTS, SILK HANDKKItOHIKl'U,
Ktc., Ktc, r.te., Ktc.
Low- Prioes !
411 -:- King-:- Street
FOR, SjA.TjB !
The uniliT.'gned oilers for sale the follow
ing beautiful Stock:
TUB KINK HOH8E
l Mi TIIK lOILOMOU NAHKC
"Angio A.," "Jo.siu W.,"
"Sully Black" and Colt,
"Yum Yum" and Colt,
"True llluo" and Colt,
ttf Kull IVillgrees of tho ahovu can b
cecn ut Ori-e nllelil Stables, whore nrlre and
terms can lio urrauged to suit tin) tluien.
: Kaptolant Park.
HAVE YOU TRIED
If you try them once you will
smoke no other.
dii one returning HO Jockey
Club Lahth to S. KUBE V A
CO., No. r,Lt King Street, will
be prencntcd with a beautiful
Cigarette or Cigar Case.
Mokuleia Stock Farm,
wild, covi.it ti:n maup.s at
"Sonny Boy" Service, S20.
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