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nrntrm1 11 II 1 III 111 t I I 1 W . il mm mm Established Julj- 2. 185G. VOIi. XX., JSO. 38G4. nOOIUIiU. HAWAIIAX ISLANDS. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1S94. PRICE: 5 CENTS. $ I if if m w. Mm mi to 7 . n si If M if 2K il i V i V 7 Business Car lis. The Hawaiian Safe -AND' INVESTMENT COMPANY Offers for Sale at a 50 SHARES KAHOKU STOCK So Shares Hawaiian Sugar Com pany Stock, as Shares People's Ice Stock. "Cash paid for Government Bonds, all issues. 3324-lw YOU CAN GET Haviland China, plain and decorated ; English China, White, Granite; Cnt Glass ware, Moulded and Engraved Glassware, -Agateware, Tin ware, Lamps and Fittings, Flower Pots, Fruit Jars and Jelly Glasses and a thousand other useful and ornamental articles at J. T. Queen Street Stores. 3807-tf C. BREWER & CO., LIMITED Queen Street, Honolnlu, 27. 1. AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Onomea Sugar Co., Ilonoma Sugar Co., Wailuku Sugar Co., Waihee Sugar Co., Makee Sugar Co., Ilaleakala Ranch Co., Kapa pala Ranch. Planters Line San Francisco Packets . Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boston Packets. Agents Boston Board of Underwriters. Agents Philadelphia Board of Under writers. LIST OF OFFICEKS: P. C. Joses President Geo. II. Robertson Manager E. F. Bishop Tres. and Secy. Col. W. F. Allen Auditor C. M. Cooks ) H. Wateriiocse. .. .... Directors C L. Carter ) Castle & Cooke, LIFE AND FIRE m i AGKNTS FOR NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL Life Insurance Company OF UOSTON. fitna Fire Insurance Company OF HARTFORD. HUSTACE & CO.. Dealers WOOD AND COAL Also White and Black Sand which we will sell at the very lowest market ratea. Cj Bell Tilxfhoxi No. 414. LJ Mutual Teuifhose No. 414. 3493-ly Deposit vATERBOUSES INSURANCE IRE Business (Tariis. The Hawaiian Investment Co, NEGOTIATES LOANS OX Real Estate and Personal Property STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AHD SOLS. If you have Real Estate for Sale we can find you a purchaser. lXs If you have Houses for Rent we can find tenants. GENERAL REAL ESTATE AGENTS 13 and 15 Kaahumanu Street, Mutual Telephone 639. Near Postoffice. C. A. LONG, NOTARY PUBLIC 15 Kaahumanu st. Telephone 639. 33116m M. E. Grossman, D JD.S. ID KNTIST, 93 H0T5L STRUT. 2SrOric HockJ y a. m.to 4 r. k. C. B. RIPLEY, ARTHUR REYNOLDS, ARCHITECTS. Office New Safe Deposit Euilding, Honolulu, H. I. Plans. Specifications, and Superintend ence given for everj description of Build ing. Old Buildings successfully remodelled and enlarged. Designs for Interior Decorations. Maps or Mechanical Drawing. Tracing. and Blueprinting. CS7Drn wings for Boo or Newspaper Illustration. New Goods A FINE ASSORTMENT. TILES FOR FLOORS ! And for Decorating Purpose a ; Mattckq or all KctDS, Majcila Ciqabs. WING WO CHAN & CO. No. fi2 Nauanu Htrt. Great Republican Victory ! WE HAVE ON HAND A KIXE AS SORTMENT OF EXGIilSH -:- SERGES! Tweed. Clay Worsted, Diagonals and French Cassiiueres Suitable for the Holidays. Our prices are lower than ever. Give ns a call before ordering. MEDEIROS - CO.. Tailoks. Arlington Block, llotel Street. 3S47-2m PIONEER Steam Candy Factory and Bakery F. HORN, Practical Confectioner and Baker, ZSTO. 71 HOTEL STREET. 3753-tf WM. L. PETERSON, Notary :- Public, -: Typewriter AND COLLECTOR. OfTie : Over Bishop & Co.'a Bank. SSlS-y WILLIAM SAVIDGE, Collector and Real Estate Agent Rents Collected. Houses Rented. Office: Cummins' Block, Merchant street. 3S5G-lm Massage. MBS. PEAY WOULD ANNOUNCE that she will attend a limited num ber of patients. Address at H. M. Whitney's, King at. ; Bell Telephone 75. 3223-tf Business (Tariis. JENNIE L. HILDEBRAND, M. D. Homeopathic Physician. HOTEL. STREET, Opposite Union street. gjmt Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. r. Mutual Telephone No. 610. 333S-3m VIAVI CURE8 ALL DISEASES PECU liar to women, rheumatism, skin uiseases ana acts as a blood purifier. 3851-tf A. PERRY, ATTORNEY AT LAW And Notary Public. Office: Over Bishop's Bank. 3692-ly WILLIAM C. PARKE, ATTORNEY - AT -LAW A1D gnt to tk Aoknowladgmtnu. Orricx No. 13 Kaahumanu 8treet, Hono lulu. H.I. H. R. HITCHCOCK, Notary Public, Second Judiciary Circuit H. I., K ALU A AHA, MOLOKAI. 3S04-3m H. MAY & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers OS FORT STREET. Telephones 22. P. O. Box 470. 3450-v HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., HARDWARE, Cutlery and Glassware 307 Fort Street. 3575-1 v BEAVER SALOON, FORT STREET, OPPOSITE WILDEB A COJa H. J . NOLTE, Proprietor. First-class Lunches served with Tea, Cof fee, Soda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk. JC2OPEN FROM 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. M. Smokers' Requisites a speoialtv. CITY -:- CARRIAGE -:- COMPANY Corner King and Bethel Streets. Carriages at all Hours ! Q"Both Telephones 113. 3713-tf J. S. ANDRADE, Manager. HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Steam Engines, Hollers. Nnfcar 31111s, Coolers, Crati and Lead Castlna-s, And machinery of every description made to order. Particular attention paid to ships' blacksmithine. Job work excated on the shortest notic. lewis & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers 111 FORT STREET, Telephone 240. P. O. Box 297. LEWERS & COOKE, Successors to Lewers & Dickson. Importers and Dealers in Lnrnber And all Kinds of Building Materials. XO. 83 FORT 8TKKKT, HONOLULU CONSOLIDATED Soda Water Works Company, Limited Esplanaia, Corner Allen and Fort Sts. HOLLISTER & CO., 3710 looS-lv Agents. JOHN T. WATERHOUSE, Importer And Ettlar in GENERAL MER0HANDI8E 3o.2-3 Qneeo Htreet, Honolulu w w UnPurcvrv s. ji. ii. juvuLoiiLi i our WHOLESALE GROCERS ASD DEALERS FN Leather and Shoe Findings HONOLCLr. rionoluln !oap Works Co., jjUIilXIO Honolulu Tannery. H. HACKFELD a CO., General Commission Agents Cor. Fort and Queen sta., Honolulu. THE EXAMINER ON THE CABLE, It Scores the United States Got eminent for Refusing Aid. THE S V STEM TO BENEFIT CANADA The Contractors Figures are Lower Than Sanford Fleming's Estimates The Bulk of Telegraphic Business Between Great Britain and Australia Charles R. Hosmer, general man ager of the Canadian Pacific Railway, said recently, in connection with the Pacific cable between Canada and Australia, that the tenders in each case was below the estimate made by Sahdford Fleming, says a late dis patch. Mr. Hosmer stated that a confer ence held in Ottawa last summer, at which the Pacific cable was the prin cipal topic of consideration and at which were represented the imperial government, all the Australian colo nies and the Cape of Good Hope, all were unanimous in the opinion that this cable should be laid and the dif ferent governments interested should furnish the necessary means to carry out the work. At the time it was thought the most serious objection to the work was that no detailed survey of the Pacific Ocean had been made, but the fact that six leading telegraph construc tion companies are willing to under take the work with the surveys they now have, disposes of this difficulty, so that the cost of the work to be ap portioned among the different govern ments is now the only question to be considered. Mr. Hosmer is positive that the cable, from a cemmercial standpoint, will bo a success and hopes within two years to see the great bulk of cable business between ureat .Britain and Australia diverted to this route. It is proposed to lay the cable from Vancouver, which point is now in direct communication with Canso, iN. S., where the Commercial Cable Com pany's main Atlantic cables connect .Europe witu America, so mat tne communication between Great Brit ain and Australia would be almost instantaneous, whereas by the present route there is great delay owing to the great number of repetitions necessary. The San Francisco examiner in commenting on the cable says : The cable that is to be laid across the Pacific by Canada and the vigor ous efforts that are being made to cap ture the trade of the Pacific move the New York Times to patronizing scorn of California and San Francisco. The commerce of the Pacific, it justly states, is of far more importance to the United States than to Canada ; yet we have relied on "slow mail steamers " and " have not established a telegraphic communication even with the Hawaiian Islands." "The Canadians," it say.-, "have shown great enterprise since the opening of the Canadian 1'aciuc in diverting trade to that route, while the Califor nia's seem to have been very apa thetic. The laying of a cable from Vancouver instead of from San Fran cisco will give the Canadians a very marked advantage in their enort to capture the Asiatic trade." The melancholy commercial situa tion is here correctly set forth. But the enterprise our New York contem porary admires is not the enterprise of British Columbia or Vancouver, nor is the apathy the apathy of California or of San Francisco. The cable is to be laid from Vancouver, and tne fast steamfelifps find it profitable to start from that port because the Canadian Government thinks the trade of the Pacific important enough to spend the public monev to get it. The cable is to he laid under a guaranty of profits, and the Canadian Pacific steamers re ceive large subsidies and profitable mail contract. San Francisco would show all the enterprise needed under similar cir cumstances. San Francisco does sup port several lints of steamers in the Pacific trade, and so far from seeing them assisted bv subsidies from the United States Government she has found the Government uniformly un willing to aid them ven by paying a fair rate for carrying the mails. The Australian mail was able to run for years through thn enlightened gener oitv of New Zealand, New South Wales a tid other Ausnalasian colo nies, iney paiu a sui-iuy 10 ine American liue while fe United States was making a pr-'fit on the sea iostajre on the letters carried. If the limes and its Ji.a?rern con temporaries had supported the efforts of San Francisco to get the Hawaiian cable and to secure a little encourage ment for the Pacific steamship hues it would have had no reason to com plain of Canadian absorption of the trade that ought to belong to the United States. " m Mr. Garvin's lecture this evening will treat of the church historv from the 4th to the 7th century. BUSH AND COMPANY IN COURT, Preliminary Examination Goes Orer Until Early Next Week. N'AWAHI OBJECTS TO THE DELAY. The Probabilities are ..that the Men Will - be Heard Before .Monday A I.arjre Crowd Present In , the Courtroom Yesterday Morning. Conspiring together and with others, in Honolulu - within six months last past, to levy war against and to oppose by force, the Republic of Hawaii." The foregoing is the charge entered opposite the names of John E. Bush, E. C. Crick, F. W. Weed and Joseph Nawahij the four men who were ar rested on Saturday night. The defendants were in court yester day morning, and by mutual agree- JNO. E. BUSH. ment the preliminary examination went over until next Monday. Attor ney-General Smith appeared for the Government and stated that the pro secution would have to ask for a few days' delay. Then, C. W. Ashford, who appears for Weed, Bush and Crick, informed the Court that if the case could not be heard at once, he would ask that it be remanded until next Monday, as he had to leave in the Claudine to attend court at ra- haina. Nawahi, who will defend himself, objected to the delay, stating tVat he was ready to go on. He gave as a reason for an immediate trial that his family might require his aid or the necessaries of life. Mr. smith then informed the defendants that their families would not be allewed to suffer. The matter was disposed of for the present, and then the defend ants were marched downstairs. The District Court was crowded yesterday morning by people, all anx ious to get a glimpse of the men who are charged with plotting against the Government. When the defendants were brought upstairs they nodded to friends and acquaintances. Bush and Nawahi seemed to he perfectly self possessed, and appeared in neat-fitting clothes. Weed and Crick looked pale and careworn after their short experience of solitary confinement. J. L. Osmer and Emil Klemme were also present in court. The charge against them is "possession of arms with treasonable intent." Their cases were remanded until next week also. The probabilities are that the pre liminary examination of the alleged k77;; JOS. NAWAHI. conspirators will be held sooner than Monday, as C. W. Ashford will not go to Maui today as he expected. He stated yesterday afternoon that he had made arrangements to have his business attended to at Lahaina by another attorney. He intimated that he would move for an early examina tion. Keep your friends abroad posted on Hawaiian affairs. Send them copies of the Advertiser or Gazette '. ''-Af !!5SOTffir "Si.1 . i RIFLES AND REVOLVERS, Marshal Makes Another Raid at E. C. Crick's Honse. CHICK CALLS ON MINISTE1C HAWKS. He Gets No Consolation- Four Rifles aad Two Revolvers Found in His LUiha Street House Qaantlty of Ammuni tionVan Oelsen Not Under 'Arrest. More weapons were taken from the J. E. Bush combination yesterday afternoon. This last seizure was made in the house on Liliha street occupied jointly by E. C. Crick and J. Van Geisen. Marshal Hitchcock, after completing the chain of evidence which assured him that arms were secreted in Crick's house, went with Captain Par ker to the premises yesterday after noon with a search warrant. They found the house in charge of a native woman, who was loud in her asser tions that the house did not now and never did contain any formidable weapons. Notwithstanding this, the officers went over the place thoroughly, with the result that four rifles, two re volvers and a quantity of ammuni tion were found. Some of the rifles were found under the floor, and had the appearance of having been buried in the earth. None of them were noticeably mod ern in their manufacture, yet they were all in good repair, and evidently prepared for use. The revolvers were partially loaded. One was an old mane, witn a peari nanaie ana pretty well worn, while the other was more moaern ana uaa evidently been used very little, if any. The ammunition was contained in four pasteboard boxes, and consisted of rifle and revolver cartridges, some 100 to 150 rounds. The officers took the arms to the station, where they will be held as evidence against Crick. Though Von Geisen is looked upon as a possible accessory to the Bush-Crick combination, he has not been put under arrest. Von Geisen was at one time a government school teacher on Molokai. He lost his posi tion, and set up a school of his own. This was short lived, and he came to Honolulu, where he has since been allied with the royalist sympathizers. With the exception of Crick the prisoners have been very quiet and apparently well contented with their condition and surroundings. Crick has been of a complaining turn of mind. First he wished to be trans ferred to another cell but wa3 finally convinced that he was in the best place that the station afforded. He has become possessed of the idea that he was arrested and detained illegally and yesterday requested to see the British Minister. About 4 o'clock in the afternoon Marshal Hitchcock accompanied him to the residence of the Minister and allowed him to present his plea in person. The Marshal also took along the papers connected with the affair. Minister Hawes informed Crick that he could give him no consolation; the papers were properly drawn and he could not interfere in his behalf. When Crick returned he eeempd seri ously impressed with i.he enormity of A .... - ine cuarge unuer winch lie is de tained. M' DO WALL. MAKE A DENIAL. Capt. Arthur McDowall states that the rumor that he has had any con nection with the recentlv arrested conspirators is entirely without foundation. He furthermore denies having had any conversation with Capt. Davis regarding the use of the Waimanalo in the nronosed unrislnir. Capt. McDowall says he has seldom passed a word with Mr. Bush or any of his accessories, and knew nothing whatever of his part in the affair pre vious to the report given in an even ing paper. A Small Claim in Court. Some time ago, Charles Johnson bought some "loot beer," as a well known military man calls it, from C. A. Fogarty. Charles received the goods, but failed to pay the bill. A suit for the amount (-1 2.30) was commenced, and vefterdav a judgment for the plaintiff was re- 1 . , ,1 ix:. i x il . t.:ii wiutu. nu court cosit?, me um has increased to .f G.Go. Concert at Makee Island. A large audience assembled at Emmrrare last evening to hear the concert by the Hawaiian band. Each number was received enthu siastically and in several instances encores were demanded. There will not be a concert tonight, but on tomorrow evening the band will play at Makee island. f : t c : "i .. i i I il H 'i " 1 nM.u)i?mp.w!!.m.iu,MU.mn f