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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, December 20, 1894, Image 4',
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Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
J.T.Waterhouse, Queen St. Store.
Haviland China, plain nnd decorated, Glassware,
out nnd engraved, Flower Globes, Baskets, Vases,
nnd a great variotv of other usi'ful and ornamental
articles. Expected to arrive shortly from Eng
Innd, four new patterns of finest Limoges China,
consisting of Dinner Ware, Tea Sets, Fish Sets, Bon
Bon Plates, Olive Trays, Salad & Ice Cream Sots,
etc. Beautiful line of Semi - Porcelain Ware,
plain and decorated. By Australia: Small lot of
Crown Milano Ware, .something new for Honolulu.
This department is under the management of Mr.
Ditnoud, who will always he found ready to show
goods and quote prices.
Groceries and Bottled Goods.
This department is filled to the ceiling with fresh, new goods,
such as Hams and Bacon (Cedar .Rapids), Teas, Coffees, Sugar,
Spices, Soaps, Pearl Oil, etc. Bottled Goods in great variety, Eng
lish Pie Fruits, Leu & Benin's genuine Worcester Sauce, Olives,
Catsups, sour and sweet Pickles, etc., etc. CANNED GOODS
for Soups, Tahle Fruits, Tomatoes, Corn, Peas, Asparagus, Chicken,
Turkey, Curried Oysters, Ox Tongue, Lunch Tongue. This de
partment is under the supervision of that genial and well known
salesman, S. J. Salter.
this month on Puuchbowl street;
was on Palace Walk when Ostner
walked up I'nnchbowl street with
two Runs and turned into Printer's
lane; mot Oamer coming out later
without any guns; witness and five
other officers searched Bush's pre
mises that evening; saw Osuier at
6:30 o'clock; saw Crick sitting out
side the printing office, Bush was
sitting in a room on the right hand
side going in; the result of the
search was the finding of seven guns
and a belt containing forty-ono( cart
ridges; before searching witness
called out to Bush and told him an
officer had a search warrant and also
a warrant for his arrest; Bush said
everything was all right, and told
the officers to search the rooms; the
room on tho Ewa sido was searched
twice whou a belt of cartridges
was found over the door bohlnd
a board; suspected a new board
nailed up against the wall; the
telephone was on tho outside of
tho board; a screw driver and a
chisel were lying near, and the
board was unscrewed from tho wall:
Captain Uookano roaohed his hand
in the crevice and pulled out a rifle,
and later six others were pulled out ;
the guns had been stowed between
two walls; the outside boards were
just filled in at tho top and screwed
to a strip at the bottom; Nawahi
was outside whon tho guns were
found; after the guns were found,
Bush, Nawahi and Crick were arrest
ed and brought to the Station; none
' of the defendants said anything
when tho guns were found; atter be
, ing brought to the Station the guns
and bolt of cartridges were labelled
and delivered over to the Marshal:
the place whore the guns wero found
I belongs to Buih; the printing office
is used for priuting Ka Leo nows
! paper; Bush livos upstairs; there is
a meeting houso in tho samo yard
near the gate entrance; witness ar
rested Bush and Crick only.
Cross-exainiuation: Those are tho
warrants under which defendants
wore arrested ; tho warrant for Crick's
' arrest was sworn to by D. Kaapa
against Richard Doe alias E C.
Crick; witness was not suro that
Crick would bo the man to call for
the guns tbnl evening, that is the
reason why the name Itichard Doe
was put down; witness kuew that a
foreigner was to call for tho arms;
i Ostner told Kaapa whon he came
' out that Crick had tho guns; am not
! aware that the statute makes it a
crime to have arms in possession
with treasonable intent; did not see
or hear anything on tho part of
! Nawahi to iudicalo that he had fire-
) arms in possession; witness went in
I ahead of Nawahi.
I Mole Ostner, sworn, states: Am
1 wife of J. L. Ostner; have seen the
I paper some time ago: Crick wrote
1 the note in pencil in tho house;
Crick told wilnoss to hand the note
to Ostner when he returned; heard
1 of the arrest of Bush, Crick and
. Nawahi; heard of it on Sunday
morning after the arrest; don't re
collect how many Sundays ago; per
haps two weeks, not surf; some days
I prior to the time that he wrote the
I note Crick hud called at the house
I several times, witness' husbaud bo
' ing absent each time; the cote was
left at the house in the afternoon
aud some time after Osmor returned
I home; the note read: "If everything
I in all right, come to the entrance to
Bush's place on Printer's lane at
(1:30 o'clock this evening."
Cross-examination: Witness did
' not speak English; only use simple
laniniaL'e; Crick called at house aud
asked, ''Whore Oritiior." Witness
said, "lie go." After writing tho
Court adjourned at 4:15 o'clock
until l:30 o'clock Thursday tuoruiug.
(Coitttulfrf Oil 2d I'ltljr )
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
uu, "lie go. Alter writing tuo
nto, Crick said. "Suppose Osmor
onto, you give," handing wituess
lie uoto. linos answered, "Yes."
This heading covers a multitude of articles, and means everything
from a knitting needle to a plow, hut wo have them all in stock, you
don't have to wait a month for the goods to come from the Coast.
If you don't heliove it, call and see for yourself. Mr. Henry or J.
T. Waterhouse, Jr., will always ho found at the Queen St. Store,
and will give you the attention your patronage deserves.
Offer to tho trade on tho most liheral terms their largo
and varied stock of Dry and Fancy Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Shawls, Clothing, Saddlery, etc., etc.,
Furniture and Hardware, Bags, Bagging, Building
Material, Crockery and Glassware, Groceries, Wines,
Liquors, etc., etc.
for Golden Gato Flour, Spcrry's Flour, Diamond
Flour, Merchant Flour
Fort and Queen Streets.
Henry May & Co.
We make a specialty of the following brands of TEA:
Ceylon, Flowery Orange, Pekoo, in 5 lb. boxes.
A8am Primrose, in 25 lb. boxes.
English Breakfast Congo, 5 lb. boxes.
Shilling's Blossom, 1 lb. canisters.
Comet Oolong, 15 and HO lb. boxes.
Silver State Oolong, 18 and 30 lb. boxes.
Formosa Oolong, 5 lb. boxes.
Jopan, uncolored, 5 lb. boxes.
China, different grades in Chests.
SHORTLY EXPECTED : CHOICE KONA TEAS.
Fine Old Selected, in bags of 100 lbs.
Fine Selected, one year old, bags of 100 lbs.
B2fc Coffee roasted and ground daily.
begs to inform his
patrons and the
that he has moved the entire stock of shoes out of the corner
store, and has placed an entire new stock of tho following goods
on the shelves: A new line throughout of the celebrated Stetson
Hats, all sizes and of tho very latest block ; Wilson Bros.'
Neckwear; Jaeger's sanitary Undorweor, etc., in fact a com
plete lino of Gents' Furnishings of tho best quality and tho
latest styles. Steamer Trunks, Valises, Hand Bags, otc.
FiITino'isuTu Fort and Merchant Sts.
No. 10 Store,
on Fort Street is keept open solely for tho accom
modation of our customers who do not wish to como
as far down town as Queen St. A great variety of
goods is constantly kept in stock, such as dressed
and undressed Kid Gloves, Gauntlots, Mitts, otc.
Figured Silks aud Satins, India and Surah Silks, all
shades, Real Lace, Hdkfs., Laco Curtains, White
& Ecru, Down Pillows, all sizes, Leather Goods of
New Designs, and Toys from a Jumping Jack to a
Velocipede. No. 10 Store is under the manage
ment of Messrs. Jordan and Murphy, who under
stand their business thoroughly.
I NEW ATITIUDE OF AMERICA
' Is tba Unitod Status to Be the
Bovuuth tower of Europe!1
i The Paris Temps, eomuumtiug on
, what it describes as a new departure
, in its foreign policy, says that the
I same Cleveland who ouly a short
I time ago had nothiug but tho Mon
roe doctriuo on bia lips uow violates
1 it iu two points, throwing himself
I into the thick of the conflict of in
terests of another homisphuro. The
feverish au.viuty that America has
displayed iu the East, continues the
Temps, is doubtless explained by
the fact that tho Chinese-Japanese
war uirectiy auects numerous Amor
icau interests. But what about the
despatch of a Commissioner to
ArmeuiaT This is a small beginning
perhaps, but it is a grave indication
fraught with the serious consequence
that America may become the
seveuth European power.
m m m
Preparing for Christmas.
Mrs. Hoardtnan's "Ka Mailo" stock
is nearly all sold aud anticipating a
heavy demand for Ciiristmas goods
she ordered a fine Hue of Fancy
Articles, etc., they will arrive on
the uext Australia. Her large
aud commodious lanai will be fitted
up as a show room. All her old
customers aud the Honolulu people
iu geueral are invited to iuspeot this
maguiticeut stock of Christmas
I TRADE J
V MARK C
The undersigned has just received
direct from the manufacturers in Ire
land a fine assortment of new goods,
consisting of Ladies' Embroidered Hand
kerchiefs, Tea Cloths, Sideboard Cloths,'
Linen Damask Sets of the Celebrated
Shamrock Linens, Etc., Etc., all of which
are suitable for Christmas Presents.
W. C. Sproull.
Desiring to reduce our large stock
Mutual Telephone Co.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
wo offer for ono month, beginning Decotnber 1st, our ontiro stock, at tho
following prices :
J. T. Waterhouse, No. 10 Store.
At a sn:i:rivo ofthkmheoiohb
of tliu Company hulit thin day It was
resolved tlmt on and inter the Hrt day of
January IB'A the rutes fitr tho line (it tele
lilionlu IiiHtriimunu will ha as follow;
I Private Hciddeiii-us, iter month ..$2.M)
i IIuhIiumi limine and Olllue 4.00
I Country Station 7.MJ
I l'uyuhltt iiarterly in advance.
J. V. llltOWN,
! Honolulu, J)eo. !2tib!il. I'JIU-liu
A I.I. IM.IIMISB IIAVIN'U CLAIMS
UKalimi tint I'Ntatti n' H. von Topiu,
dJiYHH'd, uru linri'liy rniiilcd to rtrut
the titino huiiicilliitidy totlm uuiler'lKUt'il
nt Ihuiilllut'til II. Iliti'li'ild i'ii,, llnnii
lulu. J. I'. H.M'KI'Kl.ll,
Art ln Humdau VK'f-t'iiliiul.
I Honolulu, Uuo. IS, IKM. 1'JHrUt
Men's Seamless Socks, 10 & 15c. pur pair.
" Heavy Undorshirts, 25c. or 5 for $1.
Gaiter Shoes, fine finish, $1.50 per pair.
Silk Handkerchiefs, all sixes, 15 to 50c.
Good Huck Towols, 3 for 25c.
Men's Blue Serge Suits, reduced from 7.50
Men's Black Diagonal Suits, reduced from
11.00 to 8.00.
Ladies' Kid Slippers, 75c. Worth 1.25.
Ladies' Button Shoes, in great variety, from
Brown Cotton, 21 yards 1.00.
Brown Cotton, heavy, 30 inches wide, 13
Bleached 10-4 Sheeting, 25c. per yard.
Blue Denimo, 7 yards 1.00.
White Cotton, soft finish, 30 inches wide, 13
Farwoll White Cotton, 30 inches wide, 9c.
Ladies' Fast Black Stainless Huso, 20c. pei
pair, 2.00 per dozen pairs.
Men's Fast Black Stainloss Socks, 20c. per
pair, 2.00 per dozen pairs.
Men's White Unlaundorcd Shirts, Linen
Como early and avoid the rush, and remember: these prices hold good for one month only.
Niuaau Street, Duor mieki it Ktig Strut,