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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 February 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Exchange Review. New Yosk, Feb. 14 —The stock mark jt still ws* a waiting one, and dealings were almost entirely professional. The bears did consider able hammering In the afiernoon, which in the absence of any organized support resulted in material concessions all over the list. Man hattan closed with a loss of s\i per cent. Sugar olo*ed2!<per cent lower: Dls;illors, 1!4 per •ent; Cordage, 1%, and Western Union, X%. Among railroad Block, Grangers were tho prin cipal sufferers, serious interruption to their traffic by the weather giving the stimulant. Government bends closed dull and steady. MONEY QUOTATIOKB. K«w York, Feb. 14.—Money on call, easy; Closed offered at 2 per cent. Crime mercantile psper—sQß per rent Sterling exchange—Qu'ot but strong, 60-day bills, »4 e(%; demand, $4 88J_. STOCKS AMD BONOS. New York, Feb. 14 —Closing quotations were aa follows: TJ. S, 4s, regular. North A me'loan.. 10'^ Do coupon 112 V, Nor.hweMern 112,' i 11. 8. 2s, regular.. 99!...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 15 February 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at Los Angelos, February 14, 1808 Bar. a. m. p. m 49 87 N Max. tea., c"0; mm torn.. 41. Balnlall past 24 hours, 0 00. Rainfall tor the seasou, 17.46. Forecast. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather, stationary temperature, northerly winds. Nine marriage licenses were secured yesterday. It was St. Valentine's day. A branch office of the Western Union Telegraph company has been opened at the Los Angeles theater building. Undelivered telegrame at the Western Union Telegraph company's office, cor ner Main and Court streets, February 14th: Mrs. Ida Hancock, Mrs. S. S. Curtis, Clark.& Brown, Hanson & Co., J. B. Drake. David D. Updegraff, who ia said to be one of the ablest and most widely known preachers of the Quaker churc a in the •ast, is on his way to this city, and will probably assist in the Naylor meetings at Simpson church, which begin next Sunday. Tbe chamber of commerce banquet committee will hold anothe...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 February 1893

| BAROA»N3 COUNTRY PROPERTY 15 A SAFE IVBSTMGNT. READ THE HERALD'S BARGAINS. SEE SIXTH PAGE vol. xxxix. no. m »SPRING STYLES IB ARRIYINfi 1 •I -HAND THO 20 PER GENT REDUCTION ON HEAVY GOODS HILL POSITIVELY CLOSE SATURDAY, February 18, at 10 P.M. MULLEN, "BLUETT I CO. CRYSTAL PALACE, M cv 138-140-142*8. MAIN ST. HBf ask for the celebrated jAfcß & H. LAMPS! % ~"— "I THE ONLY DOUBLB-CENTER DRAFT, v&-4SHm AlNf) BEST LAMP IN THE VVOBLD ' In Brill aii'y id Steadiness of Light It Excels All Others! }\ IT DOES NOT SMOKE OR SMELL! x - Wss%s ITIS SIMPLE AND WORKS PERFECTI * . , cc v-riety of HANGING, BANQUET, PIANoTand TABLE LAMPS at Our Establishment. MEYBERG BROS., Sole Agents. I-rT-rTTTTAMSON BBOS., having purchased fo Williamsons mut>iu siore, 327 SOUTH SPRING ST. Xl U IN 1 £ Largest stock of Musical Instruments, Sheet Music, 1 IllllV/U I $ Music Books, etc., in town. Standard and White 8151 m X Sewing Machines, and all supplies. 327 S. Spring St. Fred. A. Salisbury POD, COALjA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 February 1893

2 tang the order Colonel Hughes at once took charge. The various companies which had been drawn up about the state bouse, according the ideas of the individual commandants, were given stations at the four main entrances to the capitol on its four sides. CORPORATION HELP INVOKED. The Republicans, hearing of the gov ernor's action, held a hurried consulta tion as to the course to pursue. No definite plan was decided on, but indi vidual Republicans tried to induce the Santa Fe railroad to call out its shop men to oppose the militia. Other in dustries known to be in sympathy with the Republicans were alto asked to fur nish men for the same purpose. POPULISTS NOT IDLE. Meantime the Populists were not idle. Company 0 of the local militia respond ed promptly to the call, having been notified by Adjutant-General Artz last night to be in readiness. They marched to the capitol grounds, took up a posi tion and awaited orders. Orders were also telegraphed to Hoi ton and Marion for Companies D a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 February 1893

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. The Accidental Killing of John Kallenberg of Pasadena. feome Notable Horses Being Trained in Orange County. Banta Ana Merchants Complain of tbe Business Effect of Bad Bridget. Badlands Happenings — Po mona Social Hatters. Pasadena, Feb. 15.—The funeral ser vices of John Kellenberg were held this . morning from the undertaking parlors of Reynolds & Van Nnys, and the in terment took place in Mountain View cemetery. The circumstances surround ing the death are particularly sad. The deceased was a Dane, working ior the firm of Brown & Butliff of this city, and at the time of bis demise was hunting in the neighborhood of Wilmington, ac companied by Jacob Stuck and Louis Herrman, the gunsmith of this city. At the time the accident occurred the deceased had just got out of the boat and was pulling nis gun out after him, when one of the hammers caught on some portion of the boat and, dying back, exploded one barrel of the gun, loaded with heavy buck sho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 February 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD PUBLISHED SEVEN DAY© A WEEK. Josiru D Lynch. James J. Ayiib. AYfiRS & LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. ißntered at tbe Postoffice at Los Angeled as Second-class Matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At 200 Per Week, or 80c Per Month. TERM- BY HAIL, INCLUDING rOSTAQB: Daily HekaLi*, ono year $3 00 Daily Herald, six months 4 25 •Daily Hebald, three months. 2 25 Daily Herald, one month 80 Weekly Hskald, cue year 1 60 -Weekly Hbka d, six months. 100 Weekly Herald, three months 50 Illustrated 4ierald, per opy. 20 - Office of pub'fc-tion, 223-225 West Second street Telephone 156. Notice to Mall Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Los Anokles Daily Herald will do promptly discontinued hereafter. No paper Will b2 s-nt to subscribers by mall unless the tame hare been paid for iv advance. This rule la Inflexible. AYERd & LYNCH. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent 21 Merchants' Exchange, San Francisco, is an authorized agent. This paper ia kept on fi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 February 1893

THEY DO THEIR OWN THINKING. The Woman's Parliament Meet ing at Pasadena. Features of the Papers and Discus sions at Yesterday's Session. District Officers Selected-Delegates In Attendance—lmportant Topics Considered by the Assembly. The second session of tbe Woman's Parliament of Southern California con vened yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, in the Universalist church at Pasadena. This parliament of the fair sex waa organized at Los Angeles, in November last, for the purpose of fall and free dis cussion of the reforms necessary to the progress of the church, home and so ciety. All women are invited to attend the meetings of the parliament, and can be come members by subscribing to its constitution and the payment of 50 cents dues per year. Yesterday's session was opened by the £ resident, Mrs. Elmira F. Stephens of or Angeles, with Mrs. Mary S. Gibson as secretary and Mrs. Sara F. Jndson of tbe same city treasurer. The district officers of the ensuing year, as far as appointed, are ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 February 1893

6 ABTBRTfSIHO. • The most direct method oi reaching the public aud making known your : * * WWW A im N TTTTT RSSS WWW W AA N T g S WWW yf A A 2 N N T s WW W W A A N S JJ T S WWWW AANNN T. SSSS WW WW A AAA N» N T g WW WW A A N N N T g !w W A ANNN T S S I » W A ANNS T SSSS Is through the classified ad columns of TBx Hibalo. It is cheap, brings quick retnswis, and places the advertiser in direct communi cation with those ho wishes to reach. COOL A «SSr .SS s II FFFII ERE DDD § 4 nQ'ss Hep if 8 I? KKE'TTTTgSSg I »! EE T B SS g &DIP LLLL EX X ? 8 8S S Inserted in the columns of Tin Herald at £. ' »" J|X ! 8 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. j $1.00 PER LINE PER MONTH. .5 Special rates for a longer period. • J$ >X Personß wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well to advertise In The Herald. SPECIAL NOTICES. PIONEER auctioneer, ts again 1n Los Angeles, and prepared to hold large real estate sales in any part of tho city, county or Southern California. Also...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 February 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Kerlew. J New To»k, Feb. 15 —Tho stock market was active this morning, with some excitement un- Itler pronounced selling iv Industrials and a flew speolaltios among railroads. The exoite- I ttent quieted down and a substantial rally fol lowed later, though considerable feverlshness marked dealings throughout. Exchange still continues high and tin general Impression is considerable gold must go in the immediate future. Sugar closed with loss of 2 per cent, and Cordage 2%. other changes were for frac Uons. Government bonds closed dull and steady. HONEY QUOTATIONS. Nxw York, Feb. 15 —Money on call, cssy; slewed offered at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper—s®o per cent- Sterling exchange—CJu et but strong, 00-day kills, $4 88%; demand, $4 88% STOCKS AND BONDS. New York, Feb. 15 —Closing quotations were as follows: 0. S. 4s, regular..ll2U North Ameilcan.. lO\-i Docoupon 112VJ Northwestern. ...lla>j p. 8. 2s, regular.. 99W Do preferred... 145 Pacific 8s 105 N. Y. Ce...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 16 February 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. Weather lluraan. Eeport of observations taken at Los Angeles, Tebruary 15. 1803 ma. I a. m. 3»20j i p. m |30.1*l 4ft »7 B3 02 N 3 2 Max. tern., fc'2: mlv tent.. 42. Rainfall past 24 hours, 0 00. Rainfall for the season, 17.48. Forecast. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather, stationary temp irature, northwesterly winds. ___ Auction today of lots on Orange and Bixel at 10 o'clock. California is a new and creditable monthly magazine published at River- Side by D. A. Correll. Frank Frost, the able manager of the Australian boomerang throwers, is again in the city* The blacks will exhibit at Redondo on Sunday. Mr. I. H. Le Veen, the city editor of Evening Expresß who ia a talented young man, will lecture on newspaper humor at the Southern California college at the end of Temple street on Friday evening. Secretary Willard yesterday received a notice from San Bernardino stating that the supervisors nf that county at at their meeting on February 7th had nnanimonaly p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 February 1893

.BARGAINS ■ COUNTRY PROPERTY 15 A > , SAFE IVESTMENT. READ :<*Urtlß HERALD'S BAROAINS. SEE SIXTH PAGE k ■ VOL. XXXIX. NO. l*9. MMi STYLES AM AIM —-SAND TH El* 20 PER CENT REDUCTION ON HEAVY GOODS WILL POSITIVELY CLOSE SATURDAY, February 18, at 10 P.M. Mill IFN "bUJETT & CO. Crystal palace; 138-140-142 S. MAIN ST. .' mmg ' ASK FOR THE CELEBRATED & H. LAMPS!' W"~ '^SSSf'--' THE ONLY DOUBLE-CENTER DRIFT, ANJJ BEST LAMP IN THE WORLD. In Brillianty and Steadiness o! Light I! Excels All Others! ' JffiL IT DOES NOT SMOKE 0R SMELL ' IT IS SIMPLE AND WORKS PERFECT! «r«- A Large Variety of HANGING, BANQUET, V £S£S2*>* PIANO, and TABLE LAMPS at Our Establishment. MEYBERG BROS., Sole Agents. '■ * -T"T7TLLIAMSON BROS., having purchased fo Ttfft I W caeb, at a very large discount, the stock of 12 111, ♦ VV and ORGANS carried by W. T. DIU ? Somes, are offering the same at greatly reduced prices. ♦ These goods mußt be sold at once to make room for DAnGJIIIIQ ♦ NKW STOCK from the ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 February 1893

2 interfered with by tbe Populists, if the Republicans would drop the legal pro ceedings against the Populists, and if the sheriff would disband his poEse; thie agreement to last till the ciose of the seseion of the legislature. The Re publicans are now considering the proposition. THE POPULISTS POWERLESS. Overwhelming odds Compel Them to Abandon the Field. Topika, Feb. 16., 10:45 a.m.—Sheriff Wilkinson is swearing in a posse of 1000 deputies, ostensibly to preserve peace, bat it ie generally believed to support the Republican position. A conflict may take place when the posse is put to work. The Populists have practically aban doned the field. They met in the base ment of the capitol and decided to make no farther attempt to gain an en trance to representative hall. The action of the sheriff in swearing in 1000 men made the odds so heavy against the Populists that they decided not to attempt to meet them. They de cided to hire • hall for the meetings of the Popalist honse. The gove...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 February 1893

NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. A Train Derailed at Pasadena Delays Traffic Santa Ana Hunters and Fishermen Making Money. Badlands Happenings—Anahelm's Coun cil Meeting;— Mouth Paeadena Notes—Pomona News " r — r- Matters, Pasadena, Feb. 16.—Travel eastward on the Santa Fe was completely block aded this afternoon by the 12;58 train lor Los Angeles jumping the track, di lectly behind the poatofßce. The place where the accident occurred waa at a aide track junction, and it was impoaaible to get a train paat. The train wae running at a blow rate when the ac cident occurred, and although two care left the track, they remained upright and beyond a eevere shaking up, the passengers were not injured. Spreading of the raila waa the cauße of the accident, a similar mishap occur ing a few days ago on the aide track a few yards below. Passengers for the city were transferred to a epecial, while the eaatbound traine were obliged to wait until tbe cars were returned to the track. NOTES. ' The Shake...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 February 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD PUBLISHED — SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Josbmi D Lynch. _ James J, Ayebs. AVERS & LYNCH, PUBLISHERS. (Entered at the Postofflce at l.os Angeles as Second class Matter.] DELIVERED BY .CARRIERS At 200 Per Week, or 80c Per Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Heralb, one year .fS oo Daily Hebald, six months 1 25 Daily Hebald, three months 2 25 Daily Hibald, one month 80 Wbikly Herald, one year 1 50 Weekly Hebald, six months 1 OO Weekly Hebald, three months 50 ILLUSTBATED HEBALD, per CDPy 20 Olllce of publication, 223-225 West Second street Telephone 156. Notice to Hall Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mall subscribers to the Los Anqele.l Daily Hebald will oe promptly discontinued hereafter. No paper will ba-sent to subscribers by mall unless ths same have Deen paid for in advance. This rule Is Inflexible. AYJER3 & LYNCH. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising agent, 31 Merchants' Exchange, Ban Francisco, is au anthoriztd agent. This papal Is kept on ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 February 1893

IN THEIR HOURS OF EASE. The Way Our City Officials Look at Leisure. Gossip and Sketches Picked Up Among the Municipal Offices. Signs or Sociability Among Those Who Are Sworn to Exeoute Without Fear or Favor the Stern man dates of Lsv. Mayor Rowan was very busy on Wednesday, in fact he did not deny it himself. He had had callers all the morning till the board of fire commis sioners met, and then, when that body adjourned for the day, he locked him self up in his private office, remarking as he did so: "Mr. Robinson, if anybody inquires for me in the next half hour, tell them I have left this vain world and been treed by a bear." > Tbe venerable factotum bowed aaaent Clerk Robinson—''sl6 for a new hub." to the portly executive'a bidding and went on transcribing the minutes of that morning's seaaion. That being finished, he took out hia list of requisi tions and began to count up the weekly drain of the boys who "run wid der maabeen." At this juncture, the Herald artist entered and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 February 1893

6 ADTKRtHIfin. ,* * fa The mo«t dlrort method of roßchlnß the publlo end making known your : fit n * WWW A M " TTTTT RSSH W WW W AA N!» nt r s WWWW A A ft N N 8 WWW W A A N N N T 8 WWWW A A N!»N T riBSS WWW* A AAA N 1* S T S iWW WW A A N J( Jt T 8 (W W k AN JiN T 8 S ■\ W W A A N N.N T SRSS Is through the cl.ffiflccl Rrt columns of TttK Berald. It Is chenp, brings quick return., »nd pl.ees the advertiser in dirert coinrnuni cation with those ho withes to reach. , OCOt. A R BB R II FFFII KFE 1)1)11 'O Ol AA S8 2 SII V US I) p O L AA °88, "88. II KF II F.K D fa OOL AAA b J s . 3U' n X n D OCOLLLLA A 88 Ss II F iIK.BEDDD A 8 l %i: PTTI! B f»H »l, XX T h SR„ AAA DDL V. T „ 5 A A DUD LLU.RF.R T S BB S Inierted in the columns ol The Hekai.d at ! S CIKTB PKU LINE PER DAY. \ j fl.oo SEX LIKK PKR MONTfI. 1 Special rates for a longer period, • m v Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing ,to rent, buy or sell property will do well to advertise in The Heeau>. SPECIAL NOTICES. auctioneer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 February 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Exchange Review. New York, Feb. Id—The stock market was active but extremely irregular and feverish to day and In tbe main we»k. Bears were again aggresslv?, and by concentrating efforts oil In dustrials and one or two other stock, succeeded lb bringing about material declines in those shares, while the general list moved within a narrow range on comparatively light trading Government bonds closed dull and steady. MONEY qUOTATIONS. Niw York, Feb. 1(1 Money on call, easy; closed offered at 3 per rent. prime mercantile paper—sfa}o per cent. sterling exchange—Qu el but strong, 00-day Sills, $4 bG% ; demand, $4 88% STOCKS AHD BONOS. New York, Feb, 10. —closing quotet'ons were ac follows: tt. H. 4s, regular. North Ameilcan.. 10't; Docoupon I'2t4 Northwestern 112% 11. B. 2s, regular.. 09U Do preferred—l4s Pacific Bs 105 N. Y. Central 100 Atchison 33J„ocgou Impt 20% Amer. Express...HH Oregon Nov 70 Amer. Cotton Oil. 4S Oregou Short Line 21% Burlington OltVa' 1-acltlc v.a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 17 February 1893

8 NEWS NOTES. Weather Bureau. Report of observations ta ton at Los Angeles, February 10. 1803. Time. Bex. Ther. 6:00 a. m. 30 25 O 6:00 p. m |30.2»T 05 NE W Max. tern., C 6: nun tern... 40. Rain'all past 24 hours. 0.00. Rainfall for the season, 17.48. Forecast. Forecast for Southern California: Fair Weather; slightly warmer: variable winds. Don't forget the concert tonight at Y. M. C. A. hall. The death, on Tuesday last, is an nounced of Mr. Charles H. Simpkine of San FrancißCO, who was formerly presi - dent of the gas company of this city. Only one marriage license was issued yesterday as follows: .. John McCaslin, a native of Maine, aged 40, and Clara Pot ter, aged 19, a native of California, and both residents of Azuaa. Undelivered telegrams at the Western Union Telegraph company's office, cor ner Main and Court streets, February 16, 1893: Hon. E. O. Sprague, Mrs. Chas. W. Clingman, James A. Roberts. F.J. Mackey, Mrs. C. W. Fairbanks, Henrique Bartning. World's Fair. Are you goin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 February 1893

i — 1 \ HONEY IN DIRT | REAL ESTATE BUYERS WILL i | FIND SNAP BARGAINS IN SUN- : I DAY'S HERALD, ON THE SIXTH j t PAGE. CONSULT THEM. VOL. XXXIX. NO. 130. IK sure stub m mm HAND THEi! 20 PER CENT REDUCTION ON HEAVY GOODS WILL POSITIVELY CLOSE SATURDAY, February 18, at lO P.M. MULLEN. lOjETT I GO. CRYSTAL PALACE, jrr*. 138-140-142 S. MAIN ST. | ASK FOR THE CELEBRATED f £: lft B& H. LAMPS! b"' " " ' TDK ONLY DOUBLE-CENTER DRaFT, AND BEST LAMP IN THE WORLD. 111 Brill anty ud Steadiness of Light It Excels All Others! BIC IT DOES NOT SMOKE OR SMELL I IT IS SIMPLE AND WORKS PERFECT I ( 'J&k KsT A Large Variety of HANGING, BANQUET, PIANO, and TABLE LAMPS at Our Establishment. MEYBERG BROS., Sole Agents. « -c-t-TILLIAMSON BROS., having purchased fo nTs*! T VV caßb, at a very larpe discount, the stock of Kllsf X PIANOS and" ORGANS carried by W. T DI Vl ♦ Somes, are offering the same at greatly reduced prices T Theae goods must be aold at once to make room for -in- | Williamson's Musi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 18 February 1893

2 American leaidenta, of course, are for annexation. While the American flag is raised over the government building, the Hawaiian flag ia still floating over all other gov -4 rnmerit property. _ The Commercial Advertiaer, which ia the repreaentative of American senti me „t and feeling, soeakß in warm com menda. Mon of the maan er in which the coniman. ler of l ? e Boß *on and Minister Steves has ' c conducted their part in the affairs of th. ,18i ™ d f B - , iU Mr Loga*. . editor of the Bulletin, which repreei ,nt » m <>re properly the Engiiah interest 9 tha » those of the late government, in a. "> interview denied that there waa any s.rong feeling againet American annexation- The buaineaa intereata of the island's were first to be conaidered, and the late government had not alwaya btwn considerate of those in terests. .Regarding the Hawaiian national debt of\oetween thine and four million dol lars, and of which $900,000 ia due in EngUmd, $700,000 iB in postofßce bonds and ...

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