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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISEK: HONOLULU, DECEMBER 19, 1894.
he ami Click lived. He at one time bor roweJ money of Crick ia order to pre vent nit ion. Told Click he li ad do mestic troubles. Mr. Ashford then wanted to know if Van Giesen had not berii arrested for mauling hia wife. Vaa Gi--n denied that he had. Attorney General Sruiiti interfered at tbi point, claiming the counsel for the defense wh not j-miGed in bringing up ma'ter entirely irrelevant to the point at i.-ur. Tii drft-nee claimed that he had a ruht to show the character of the Witney. Judge I'eiry uhtained the ob jection. Following this Liwyer Aahford mes tioned the witness regarding the theft of a microscope from Dr. Arning. The Attorney-General aked what possible bearing this form of cr wg-questionIn could have. Mr. Ashford spoke of the witness as a thief swearing away the liberties of honorable men. After a somewhat wordy paf saze of armo, Mr. Ashford was eatistied with Van Giesen'n direct denial that he ppoke to Crick of having obtained the microscope dis honestly, lie paid ?225 for the instru ment, and had the receipt for it. The cross-examination now turned to Van Giesen's talk with Crick on the 22J of August. It was about a week after the return of the commission, that Bueh and his associates began to talk of insur rection. Mr. Bush's advice to the natives was that each mnst go and get ready; eell or mortgage their lands to get arms and keep them for future use. Mr. Ashford amused himself by an attempt to have the witness state 3Ir. Cash's exact words. Van Giesen, though able to un derstand Hawaiian, is not an adept lin guist. Mr. Bush eaid he would carry a gun to restore the monarchy when the time came. Speaking of the articles in Iiidi' paper, the witness said there were ra !i cal ideas expressed in conversation that Bush did not dare put in his paper for fear of suppression by the Government. Cross-examination on the taking of guns to Buh's house, and the plans of attack made out by Crick and approved by iiis associates substantiated the tes timony of the morning. The first gun was brought to Crick's house on the evening of October 25. Witnes fixed this in his mind because it was his birth day. Dates are hard things for Van Giesen to remember. He explained to the counsel for the defense that when antthin suspicious occurred , he made an entry in his diary and in the morning made a report to the Marshal. Van Giesen admitted having a talk with one of the boys of the Ka Leo office this week, but oemed that he tried to influence the boy to tell Bush to throw the blame en Cne. The history of Crick's knowledge of chemistry and the proposed attack on President Dole on his last return from Hawaii was rehearsed. Also the use of the mortar to shell the Palace, and the proposed burning of Ewa plantation and Irwin's place. The defense closed at 4:20. Attorney General Smith called to Mr. Van Giesen's mind that he was in La haina in 1872, when Mr. Smith was sheriff. This showed that the witness had made a mistake of ten years in his dates. He arrived in Honolulu in the latter part of the sixties, instead of the seventies. Mr. Ashford asked for Mr. Van Gie sen's movements during the time he was in this country, his previous testimony having shown "that he was in America. The witness accounted for his mistakes in date by the fact that be was very youti when he left America, and tne mass ot c nfusing questions that had bef it showered upon hira by the counsel for the defense. Ttm court adjourned at 4 :45. The case will be called at 9:b0 this morning. The Gov-rnmnt has another detective who will probably be iut on the stand dur ing the forenoon. FOR HOME. BUYERS. Hawaiian Land Company "Will Try to Interest Them. The next Hall will bring deeds and other papers, so that we can go to work at once," said Hon. P. C. Jones yesterday, speaking of the proposed operations of the Hawaiian. Land and Improvement Company. The steamer Hall will arrive Friday and will bring the necessary papers to put the land recently bargained for under the complete control of the new company. The first attention will be given to obtaining an undisputed title to every piece of land put on the mar ket. A complete survey will be male, and the tract cut into lots to suit the necessities of large or small buyers. Speaking of the disposal of the land Mr. Jones said, "We shall conduct the sales to suit the pocket books of the buyers. We hope to interest those desiring to establish homes; also pos sibly young men who wish to buy on the installment plan, with the idea of purchasing as au investment. We are going to suit everybody, ami like life insurance companies will advance all the sound business scheme detdred to interest fcuiall buyer." Cae Bf:tr fnpretne Court. The Supreme Court did another ex peditious day'i work yesterday. Four cases were argued and submitted. They were: Republic of Hawaii vs. Kouiku, assault with dangerous wea pon; exceptions from Cooper. Re public of Hawaii vs. Kilikiua et al., adultery; exceptions from Coper. In re estate of Akahi (wi, petition to revoke probate of will; appeal from Whiting Kilikuia (w) vs. Haki (k), libel for divorce; appeal from Cooper. On the Xamhe! Klver. J. P. Wornung & on, cf Middles-bro'-on-Tees, KnglanJ, who are agents for a sugar plantation on the Zambesi river. East Africa, have an advertise ment In the Hawaiian Gazette for engineers, overseers and general bauds. The plantation has jut com pleted its second crop of nk tons, and it is said to be capable of a much larger development. Election at Central Union Church. There will be lots of work done at the Central Union Church this even ing. The early part of the evening will be devoted to the selection of a pastor. The polls have been open a loll week, and it ia anticipated that a decision will be reached this evening. Following this meeting, the annual election of officers of the church will be held. Y. W. C. T. U. What is the temperance cause do ing for women! It is leading as outside the hedcres of a narrow sectarianism. Going into the streets to pray meant going beyond denom- ii i i ? i i n mauonai wans anu ciaspm uouuo with all who love our Lord Jesns Christ in such sincerity as leads . mi them to "rescue the perishing." xnis temperance work is also revealing to ns the absurdity of always standing below the cataract to grasp, often vainly, for those who have made the fearful plunge, instead of stationing guards above it to keep the ignorant and unwary from falling in. It has tanght us also that, as God has given ns eyes which can look up and around, but not within ourselves, the most healthful Christain life is the one that gazes lovingly into the face of Christ and helpfully around ppon humanity, instead of tiring itself out with morbid introspection. Slowly we are discovering, with happiness that mocketh speech, that this fight against home's bitterest enemy is God's highway of the exodus for half the race. 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ONLY A FEW OF OUR Beautiful Copper and BRASS 5 O'Clock Teas LEFT. Some as low as $4.00 The highest only aloat tft el ve. For an acceptable present at a small cost, nothing strikes us as being more appropriate ; par ticularly here, where afternoon teas are the rule rather than exception. Take cur suggestion : Your friend will be delighted with one on Christmas mornirg. Make her happy by giving her one. They co?t yon almost nothing. H.F.WICHMAN - fp ft ATTENTION A Special Christmas Sale, commencing MONDAY, December 17. We will eell everything regardless of cost lor 8 days only. C7"Come and inspect our stock of Holiday Goods: the LOWEST and BEST. YOKOHAMA BAZAAR, MURATA & CO., Pacific Guano covi:p:iN-ir. G. X. WILCOX President. J. F. IIACKFELD Vice-President. I. O. BOX 484. OUK NEW WORKS AT KALIUI to mrmsh ARTIFICIAL ALSO CONSTANTLY ON HAND IPacilic Guano, J?otash, Sulpliate of Ammonia, Nitrate of Soda, Calcined Fertilizer Salts ETC., ErC, 0 Special attention given to analysis of soils by our Agricultural Chemist. All goods are guaranteed in every respect. EGTFot further particulars apply to PACIFIC GUANO AND The Hawaiian Having established agencies prepared to do a general Express and forwarding business. Goods called for and delivered promptly at destination. Special attention paid to merchandise sent C. O. D. Baggage called for, checked and steamers. Our wagons meet all steamboats. We have acquired the business of the Hawaiian Messenger Service, and will famish uniformed messengers on short notice. We guarantee promptness and dispatch in all business intrusted to our care. 157" Office and Stables, corner Both Telephones 479. H. B. McINTTK'E & BRO., IMPORTER8 Vrr Groceries , Provisions ani Feel, EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS. New Goods received by every packet from the Eastern Htates and Europe. Fresh California Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge, island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Fostoffice Box 145. Telephone No. 92. FERTILIZERS ! THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING COMPANY keeps always and constantly on hand all the well known CIIKMICAL FERTILIZERS and offers them for sale tii0 lowest EQ&rkcfc r&tS They manufacture complete High Grade Fertilizers to any special formula and guarantee the analysis, and all that other firms do. Planters would do well to write the undersigned before ordering anywhere else. A dollar saved is a dollar made. Ji.. F. COOKE, Proprietor and Manager Hawaiian Fertilizing Company ! DELICIOUS ! ! DAINTY ! ! ! DELICATE ASK YOUR GROCER FOR EED LABEL OTSTEES These are new pack Large, Fat, Extra selected. One trial will prove their merits. X. li.The Cans of This Brand Contain a Greater Quantity Than Those of any Other Frank B. Peterson & Co., Coast Agents EVERYBODY KNOWS Geo. W. Lincoln Is Burned Out, but Still Prepared to Superintend or Build Anything from a One-roomed House to a New City Hall. All Orders Left With John Nott, King Street, Will be promptly Attended to. -o- CORNER TXJXJArU AND- HOTEL STREETS. Proprietors. and Fertilizer T. MAY.... Auditor. E. SUIIR Secretary and Treasurer. MUTUAL TEL. 4G7. -O- being comp'eted, we are now-xeady all kinds of FERTILIZERS ! ETC.. ETC., ETC. FERTILIZER COMPANY DR. W. AVERDAM. Manaeer. Express Company in the principal ports of the Islands is delivered to all oat-going trains and Hotel and Union streets. 3852-tf DEALERS IJV YOU MUST HAVE TO MAKE GOOD citors. I DEC. 19. 1 ounder's -:- Day will be celebrated at KAUEHAME HA SCHOOLS by the formal open ing of the 1 s J The Annex to the BISHOP MUSEUM will be thrown open to the public on that day for the first time. Excer&ises appropriate to both occa sions will be held in the BISHOP HALL (the Manual School) at 2 v. m., December 19. Addresses by Mrs. Haalelea and others. SPORTS in ch arge of the boys will take place at 3 :S0 p. m. SInspet tion of buildings of Gikls School from 8 to 4. 3365-td For Christmas ! I HAVE RECEIVED A -: N1SW -: STOCK OF SILKS .AJNTD FANCY GOODS BY THE LATEST 6TEAMEU. And they are now on sale at my Store at the Lowest Prices ! ffCome and inspect before buying elsewhere. S. Nisliirriura, FOSTEK IJLOCK, M'UANU STREET. 3863 2w WISH TO CALL VOUIt SPECIAL AT TENTION TO TIIEIH Superior -:- Stock OF GOODS ! Of every description. Fuitable for the UULILIAXS. 206 FORT STREET, 3304-17t Near Custom House. Kamehameha School for Girls. The First Term of ,"imebameha Girls' School pens Wednesday, December 19th Applications for admission may be addressed Miss Pope, either at Kameha meha Manual, or Mis3 Pope will be in the Hawaiian Kindergarten Koom, Queen Emma Hall, Saturday mornings, from 9 to 12,where she will be pleased to meet applicants. The tuition is fifty dollars a year. Xo applicants received under 12 years of age. 3812-M 1593-1 m Mutual Telephone Company! NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. ATA MEETING OF THE DIREC J. tors of the Company held this day it was resolved that on and after the first day of January, 1895, the rates for the use of telephonic instruments will be as follows : Private Residences, per month $2 50 Business Houses and Offices 4 00 Countrv Stations 7 56 Payable quarterly in advance. J. F. BROWN, Honolulu, The. 12, 1891. 3SG0-1m Kananek Girl School JAPANESE GENUINE Clearance -: Sale OF JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS BELOW COST! Grand Opportunity Holiday Gifts. for J. E. GOMES, 3S39-2m 409 FORT STRKET. Marshal's Sale. BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXE cutiou issued out of he Fin-t C.rcuit Court, on the 1st day cf November, A.D. 1S94, atrainst AV. H. Cummings, defend ant, in favor of Mrs. J. K. Iaukea, plain tiff, for the sum of $5b7.00. I bve levied upon and shall exposrt for pale at the Police" Station, in the District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock noon of SATURDAY, the 2yth day of December, 1S94, to the highest bidder, all the right, title and inter est of the aaid W. tl Cummings, defend ant, in and to the fol lowing property, unless said judgment, interest, costs and my expenses be previously paid. List of property for sale : 1 Land at Kaluaopalena.Kalihi.Oahu, described in deed of J. Wahineaua to W. H. Cummings, dated April 14th, 1890, and recorded in J.ibr 122, pagea 312. 2 Land described in R. P. 3494 to W. 11. Cummings, dated August 28, 1890, containing 1 acre 3 Land described in deed of Kuan w and Luka k, her husband to W. H. Cummings. dated July 30, 1890, recorded in Liber 25, page 291 . 4 Land in Keonepanee, Kalihi,OahB, described in R. P. 3477 to W. II. Cum mings, dated March 20, 1890, containing an area of 4 acres. 5 19 Taro Patches with crop almoet ripe. 6 Houee and Furniture. 7 Leases of lands at Kalihi: A Lease from Kahikina (w) and others to W. H. Cummings, dated July I, 1890, recorded in Liber 124, pag 473. B Lease from Kapule (w) to W. II. Cummings, dated April 26th, 1890, recorded in Liber pace BJ& The above to be sold snbject to a mortgage of $5000. 00 to H. E. Cooke, Trustee, dated Dec. 18th 1890, recorded in Liber 132 page 9. gjT Teams Cash ; U. S Gold Coin. gXf For further particulars apply to J. L. Kaulukou and Enoch Johnson, Attorneys for the Plaintiff. K. G. HITCHCOCK, Marshal, Republic of Hawaii. Honolulu, Oahu November 2G, 1894. 3S53-td WIRE NAILS, All Sixet5. Common and - Finishing ! VERY LOW PHASES ! WILDER & CO. 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