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Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
J. T. Waterhouse, Queen St. Store
Cross-examination Wit ness never
went out of the office except once a
day and that wa to the Post Offices
never went out to got news; recently
there were throe rooms; recently
partitions were torn down and built
again; saw place whore new boards
had been put up close to telephone;
witness occupied center room; Crick
and witness were nearly back to
back: attend to work regularly;
nevor loft the office; Nawahi discon
tinued coming very oflou about two
mouths; somotimos Bush, Nawahi
and Urick Hunt upstairs auu nau
Got nows from the English papers
published in this city; understand
I J. K. Frondorgast, sworn, states:
Employed on Hush's paper, Ka Leo
and Ka Oiaio sinco 1893; only had
a holiday on Bush's sabbaths on
, Saturdays: no one is allowed in that
day: Bush thinks that from the
1 sotltug of the sun on Friday until
the setting ol the sun tno loiiowing
day is Sabbath, according to the
scripture; Van Oiesou's place is lo
cated in Crick's room; Puuini's room
is adjoining Crick's; an oil oloth
hangs between the rooms; this was
, hung up to keep out the noise caused
by the talking of Punini and the
paper carriers; Nawahi stopped his
frequent visits to Bush's in the mid
die of October; resigned the treas
urershlp during September; saw Van
Oiesou prior to October there; think
Van Gicson severed connection with
the paper before witurss; think the
reason why Vati Oiesou was let out
, was bocauso ho put something in
the paper which did not suit Bush;
saw Van Oieseu at Bush's place on
Mnndav last: ho camo there for a
microscope; don't know whothor ho
got it or not; tWt remember being
at liiiKii s on Saturday, uec. b; aaiur
H. H ACKFELD & CO.,
Oflbr to the trade on tho most liberal 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 Gate Flour,
Flour, Merchant Flour
Spcrry's Flour, Diamond
day boiug liiuh'h Sunday It was kept
vorv sacred: know swiu
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and nawahi kupw mat aiotivoy was
Ilnviland China, plain and decorated, Glassware,
cut and engraved, Flower Globes, Baskets, Vases,
and a groat variety of other useful and ornamental
articles. Expected to arrive shortly from Eng
land, four new patterns of finest Limoges China,
consisting of Dinner Ware, Tea Sets, Fish Sets, Bon
Bon J Mates, Olive Trays, Salad & Ico Cream Sets, '
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 tho management of Mr.
Diiuoml, who will always be 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 (Cnlur Bapids), Teas, Coffees, Sugar,
Catsups, sour and sweet Pickles, etc., etc. CANNED GOODS
lor Soups, Luhle b ruits, loumtoes, Uorn, 1'eas, Asparagus, lyiiicuon,
ned Oysters, Ux Tongue, Lunch Tongue. .this Uu-
Ipices, Soaps, Pearl Oil, etc. Bottled Goods in great variety, Eng
hh Pie Fruits, Lee & Porrin's genuine Worcester Sauce, Olives,
partmcut is under the supervision of that
salesman, S. J. Salter.
uenial and well known
This heading covers a multitude of articles, and means everything
from a knitting needle to a plow, but wo have them all in stock, you
don't have to wait a month for the goods to come from tho Coast.
If you don't believe it, call and see for yourself. Mr. Henry or .1.
T. Waterhouse, Jr., will always be found at the Queen St. Store,
and will give you the attention your patronage deserves.
No. 10 Store,
on Fort Street is keept open soluly for the accom
modation of our customers who do not wish to come
as far down town as Queen St. A great variety of
goods is constantly kept in stock, such as dressed
and undressed Kid Gloves, Gauntlets, Mitts, etc.
Figured Silks and Satins, India and Surah Silks, all
shades, Beal Lace, Hdkfs., Lace Curtains, Whito
& Ecru, Down Pillows, all sizes, Leathor Goods of
Now Designs, and Toys from a Jumping Jack to a
Velocipede. No. 10 Store is under the manage
ment of Messrs,
Ionian and Murphy,
Fort and Queen Streets.
J. T. Waterhouse, No. 10 Store
) a spy either iu May or Juno; was at
Wilcox's luau on Jan. 1ft and was
told by Wilcox that MoBvoy was n
spy; told Bush and Nawahi of tho
fact on Jan. 17.
Uroexauiiuatiou: Was married
on August II; did not go to Waialua
until tho middle of October; always
, at tended to work; noticed now parti
tion iu tho olllco about a week bo-
, foro arrest was made.
! F. W. Wood, sworn, states: Aged
121 voars: work in Golden Utile Ba
zaar; know Gainer; boon acquainted
with Osmor in February or March;
mot Ostuor iu Merchant's Exchange;
sometimes go thoro to got a torn
poranco drink known as "Crook
sharp" for tho throat; met Crick in
tho saloon about tho lib or 5th of
this mouth and told him thore woro
sotno papors at tho storo for hint;
saw Osinor thoro; had a littlo con
versation with Osmor; bo wanted to
borrow- $10 from witness; W. O.
Smith mid others, ho said, woro try
ing to gel him out of town on a
plantation; ho led tho conversation
on (o the Government buildings;
Osmor told witness that ho had full
control of Co. A of tho National
Guard; W. (. Smith, tho Attorney
General, Ostuor continued, and other
Government oflicials were tryiug to
disband Co. A, but thoy woro kind
of delicate about it; ho also said that
lie knew how to work ami manipu
late tho rapid-firing guns at tbo
Executive building; ho said that tho
guns woro in good condition when
tho men woro being drilled, and
after that ho would fix tho gun
so that when tho fourth shot
was fired tho gun would ex
plode, thus disabling it; tho men
In tho barracks were fightiug
against one another, and tho place
i could bo easily blown up with Uyna-
mite: this Government was no good
and lie would join in opposing it;
auy government was bettor than tho
J (resent one; no wanted to borrow
10 ami was to give a promissory
note; later ho said that ho would
give n gun as security and ho would
have it at tho saloou on Thursday
evening; thou witness decided ho
I would not try to raio tho money;
witness did not promise to call for
! tho gun; wiluoss did not accept tbo
I proposition of tho gun; Osinor said
I that Smith and others woro tryiug
I to push him and ho had to pay $10
t to Dayton by 4 o'clock Saturday
I afternoon; ho said that tho authori
ties woro Irvine to not him out of
1 tho country on to some plantation;
Osinor said a good many things
I against tho Government; tuiuk Oa-
i nior'a intoutiou was to pump wit
ness: witness had beeu to a danco
ou Saturday evening aud was out
side tho Elite Parlors whon Captain
Parker found him aud escorted him
to tho Police Station, whore tho war
rant was read to him; had no talk
with either BubIi, Crick or Nawahi
Cross-examination: Osinor said he
had full coutrol of half of tho men
at tho barracks: tho Government
was tryiug to disband Co. A, but
was afraid to do so; ho said that ho
had giant powder ready to pass in
to tho men to blow tho building up
when everything was ready; talked
xory freely iu tho Merchants' Ex-
i change ou this subject; ho was very
1 bitter against tho Marshal aud the
Attoruoy-Gouoral; did not report
1 tho matter because felt it was im
material to him whether tho Gov
i eminent building was blown up or
I not, or how uianv men were killed;
Osmor inner told witness that he
had left a guu at tho Merchants' Ex
change; only talked to Crick about
papors that woro at the storo for
Iiiinj Crick was In tho saloon when
one conversation betweeu witness
aud Osmor took place; did not an
swer Osmor whon ho said ho would
leave a gun at tho saloon; witness
was going to try and raiso money
for Osmor, tho latter having beeu
introduced by a responsible person;
witness listened to Osmer's bloody
talk about overthrowing tho Gov
ernment for his special edification;
when Osmor was turnkey wituess
and him only passed congratulatory
Court adjourned at 10 minutes to
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuniiu streets, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Terms: 25 aud 50
cents per night; $1 and $1.25 per
Henry May & Co.
We make a specialty of the following brands of TEA:
Ceylon, Flowery Orange, Pekoe, in 5 lb. boxes.
Asam Primrose, iu 25 lb. boxes.
English Breakfast Congo, 5 lb. boxes.
Shilling's Blossom, 1 lb. canisters.
Comet Oolong, 15 and 30 lb. boxes.
Silver Stato Oolong, 18 nnd 3G lb. boxes.
Formosa Oolong, 5 lb. boxes.
Japan, uncolored, 5 lb. boxes.
China, different grades in Chests.
SHORTLY EXPECTED a CHOICE KOIMA TEAS.
Fine Old Selected, in bags of 100 lbs.
Fine Soloctcd, one year old, bags of 100 lbs.
CE- Coffee roasted and ground daily.
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begs to inform his
patrons and tho
that he has moved the entire stock of shoes out of the corner
store, aud has placed an entire new stock of tho following goods
on tho shelves: A new line throughout of the celebrated Stetson
Hats, all sizes and of tho very latest block; Wilson Bros.'
Neckwear; Jaeger's sanitary Underwear, etc., iu fact a com
pletes lino of Gents' Furnishings of tho best quality aud tho
latest styles. Steamer Trunks, Valises, Hand Bags, etc.
FiTnnersuTts. Fort and Merchant Sts.
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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.
Desiring to reduce our large stock
oflbr for ono
following prices :
mouth, beginning December 1st, our entire stock, at the
Men's Seamless Socks, 10 & 15c. per pair.
' Heavy Undershirts, 25o. or 5 for $1.
Gaiter Shoes, fino finish, 1.50 per pair.
Silk Handkerchiefs, all sizes, 15 to 50c.
Good Huck Towels, !1 for 25c.
Men's Bluo Sorgo Suits, reduced from 87.50
Men's Black Diagonal Suits, reduced from
811-00 to 88.00.
Ladies' Kid Slippers, 75c Worth 81.25.
Ladies' Button Shoes, iu great variety, from
Brown Cotton, 21 yards 81.00.
Brown Cotton, heavy, 36 inches wide, 13
Bleached 10-4 Sheeting, 25c. per yard.
Bluo Donimo, 7 yards 81.00.
Whito Cotton, soft finish, 3G inches wide, 13
Fanvoll Whito Cotton, 3fl inches wide, 9c.
Ladies' Fast Black Stainless Hose, 20c. poi
pair, 82.00 por dozen pairs.
Men's Fast Black Stainless Socks, 20c. por
pair, 82.00 por dozen pairs.
Men's Whito Unlaundered Shirts, Lineu
Come early and avoid the rush, and remomber: these prices hold good for one month only.
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