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HOW GOES THE WAR?
Conclusion of Narrative
Rtpirt'd Changes in the P.aos of the
EXPEDITION OVEK THE PALI.
Cecil Brown, when ho roached tho
Pali, aftor having found no dnngor
at Waolani, sent tho greater part of
his sound hack to town. Ho rosori-
ed four of tho best men on the regu
lar police force for a scouting ex
pedition to Waitnaualo pass, which
A. V. Carter's squad was sent to
guard against a possible march of
tho rebels upon tho city, by way of
that pass and Nituanu Pali. Mr.
Brown telephoned his arrival at Wai
manalo at i:!H). lie reported Cart
er's squad as at tho pass, and Win.
Henry's at tho foot of the pass. No
rebels wero seen on the way.
Tho returning members of Brown's
party wero halted several times by
tho guards. When they wore near
tho Jtoyal Mausoleum they hoard
th reo volleys. Tho reports sounded
as if they came from Mauoa valley.
Tho bark seen off Watanae yester
day, which occasioned the Claudiuo
expedition. is supposed to have been
the Chas. B. Kenny, hence on Sun
day and windbouud. The two
schooners wero small coasters about
Last night's arrests wero those of
Prince Kalaniauaolc, Win Kapu
(editorof Testa's paper Makaainaua),
Qeorgo Lycurgus and HarryJuen.
Five prisoners of war wero sent in
by Capt. T. B. Murray from Wai
alao. Arrests made previously but
omitted from our list wero thoso of
P. Wuudonborg, P. M. lloonoy, Carl
Klemme, J. Oraustuu, A. Midler,
Kdward Prance, Johu Predonborg,
Wm. Widdifield, Yoo Moon and Ho
George P. Townseud, formerly
engineer of Engiiio Co. No. 2, was"
brought to the station about 1
o'clock. Ho had been caught on
tho Waialao road near Diamond
Head. In tho brush uoar where he
was caught wore found thirty-six
Winchester carbines iu fine condi
tion, besides a large amount of am
munition. Shortly aftor f o'clock au elderly
native named Kiua wts brought in
by tho detectives. On his premises
at Pnlama wero found an old-fashioned
pistol and five sticks of giant
powder. Kiua is a familiar figure
about the Pishmarket on haturdnys.
J,ABT NIGHT'S SENSATION.
It Miht Prove to Opon Up a Nuw
Yesterday oveuing n native named
Paaluhi telephoned in a report from
Montana's in ' Mauoa valley, that
twenty-three natives wore seen
marching through the valley toward
Punchbowl. Squads under Chan.
Wilder and Alex. Hobertson wero
sent out to reconnoitre, They scorn
ed the whole region but saw nothing,
according to a report brought in by
messengers aftor eleven o'clock.
One rumor was that the natives
wore disguised iu woman's clothes,
and it was supposed that they had
captured two of Dilliugham'ffgcouts.
Another expedition of thirty or
forty guards was sent out ami ro
turned at midnight. They report
ed it a fact that a baud of natives
had been seen iu the valley. Some
wero of opinion that it was a crowd
from the rebel until p trying to man
euver their way to thoir respective
places of abode. It seemed to be
the prevailing opinion, however, that
Nowleiu intends to work his contin
gent around the side of Mt. Tan
talus to this side of the Pali, so as
to gain the Nuuanu road without
haviug to go around by tho Waima-
naio pass ami attempting inn dan
gerous ascent of the Pali, probably
in the face of a covered tiro from
This latter theory obtains support
from the report of Johu Dunn, who,
under direction of the Government,
entered tho camp of Wilcox ami,
as a trusted sympathizer and sup
posed recruit, obtained a statement
of that chiofi ain's plans. These were
that ho was to capture Punchbowl
and tho powder magazine, and Now
leiu was to join forces with him at
Punchbowl, It was calculated that
tho city would fall an easy prey to
them from that position.
Wilcox and his immediate sup
porters appeared to be Bomowhat
surprised at the report of how well
the Government's defense was being
carried out. He said a Canadian
named Evans, with seven white men
who had seen active service iu the
Jtiol rebellion, would be joined by a
largo forco of natives at Moaualua
and march to the support of the
main body, Dunn was detailed with
a party of natives to carry instruin
tions in regard to this scheme to
Nowleiu. By strategy he got away
from tho prrty and getting into
town made his report to the Uovorn
ineut. In consequence of Dunn's report
Companies E aud B wero ordered to
occupy Punchbowl at midnight,
which they did taking field pieces
with them. This movement will
probably foil the rebel commander's
Ruport from Oltlzous' Qunrd,
Captain Murray of the Citizens'
Guard sent a note to Marshal Hitch
cock from Camp Murray, Wailupe,
at y o'clock yoBtorday ovouiug ao-
quaint'inff him with llio fact that
uvo rebels had been captured. Ono
of Murray's own tuou was also stmt
in ns a prisonor, on account ol in
subordinate conduct. Murray was
positive that Nowleiu and Wilcox
wore in tho hills and a skirmish lino
would ho put out on tho morning of
tho 9th. Early this morning tlio
skirmish lino was mado and it was
fouudthat tho bird had Mown. Tho
squad then returned to town. Capt.
Murray did olllciont work. Tho
mon wero well treated by Paid Ison
horg at his Waialao ranch. Henry
Jvans was coiporal of Murray's
squad and BehreiiB acted in a similar
capacity iu Joo Silva's squad.
Doputy Marshal Brown aud a
mounted patrolman rodo out Mer
chant street, followed closely by a
carriago containing A G. M. Hobert
son and ollirer A. McGurn this
afternoon. Mr. Hobertson on re
turning told a leporter tht-y ha I
brought nothing iu.
Koturn of tho Elou.
Tho Govornmout tug Klett return
ed to port about t) o'clock. Mem
bers of the SI nrphooters under W.
H. McLean ic'iiwd in her. The
Shnrpshootc-rt hud popneri'd Da
inonil Mead mid nsiMt In driving
the insurgents from the lull Xi.l
ing t lint no r spouie was ma l. Cap
taiu Ucet-'-earon ' the P.'"U right un
der the hf.'id and s'l'-hnreil. Two
boats wt noun near tho I'mre, ind
some of the crow divested themselves
of thoir gprtti'Mits v J rwani nrlniro.
One of the hints wis I (dci with ;
thirty-two Winchester carbines, that
had beou captured in W. J. Smith's
bench houe, which the royalists had
taken possession of ns a place of as
sembly aud abandoned on being
attacked from the sea. Several
of the party looked played out.
Among tho spoils of war brought
by the Iilou wore two boxes of tea
covered with Chinese matting They
were guarded on tlie way to tho
station by A. Gilli'lan, deputy port j
surveyor, borne people thought it
was opium, anil theie is a rumor
that tho tug overhauled a schooner
somewhere, capturing a quantity of
opium on board.
A Narrow Escnpo
Pnt Cullen, the special who
brought Joe Clark over tho Pali, had
a narrow escape from beinu shot by
lruards. Ho lmd Clark handcuffed
and thev had irot to the ton nf the !
Pali safely. ComiiiK down near the
halfway house Cullen was chal
lenged, aud ho reached down to pull
out his revolver. Tho guards' guns
wore raised and they wero about to
lire whon they noticed the hand
culN,nud the ri'lles were immediately
lowered. Special Gregory was iu
command of tho halfway house
It turns out that the ten natives
who were captured on the Waialao
road yesterday morning by Sergeant
McKcaguo and Lieutenant J. M.
Vivas had no connection whatever
with the rebels The natives are
from Koolnii. They intended to
come to town. At the Pali they
were challenged, and, rather than
return home, they decided to come
by way of Wnliniiinlo. Tliey knew
nothing of the revolution until they
got on tho Waialao road, uhero they
Crowds of people have been taking
in tho sights on Punchbowl since
the beginning of the uprising. Yes
lorday afternoon the extinct crater
was dotted with people A number
of Portuguese buys loos med an im
mense boulder and rolled it dowu
tho hill. It struck the rear of a
Portiigm so building, smashing some
boards. One of the guards on duty
fired a shot as a warning aud the
Authentic nd vices have been re
ceived that Sunday night, shortlvaf
ter the shooting began, twenty na
tives l ft the rebels aud retreated by
way of Waimaualo, leaving their car
bines behind them.
OfJAl. A.W1- ubhhll&J. nWm
The crowds about the station are
somewhat diminished to-day.
Olllcers of the United Chinepo
Society are elsewhere advortibed.
Mystic L ulge No. 12, Knights of
Pythias, will not meet this evening.
Punchbowl summit is tabu to
sightseers since the military occu
pation. Tho S. S Alameda will bo due
from the Colonies this evening on
her way to San Piancisco.
The annual meeting of the Hono
lulu Cricket Club is postponed until
Tuesday, Jan. 22.
Theo. II. Davies & Co. call for all
bills aud claims agtiust the bark
Koutoubeck by Pritiay.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
aud Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and &()
cents per night; 1 and .?1.2f por
Any person desiring a good Japa
nese, man or boy !'j mirk at ery low
wages will please call on T. 1). Gar
vin, corner of Kiohards and King
J. W. Chapman, the well-known
caterer, is now open for engage
Wonts for banquets, weddings, balls,
dinner patties, grdeu parties, etc.
Addre9 hint care of Bullktis olllee.
0 li. Harrison,' practical piano
aud organ manor and tuuui,cau fur
nish best factory refeienees. Outers
left at Hawaiian Nowf Co will re
ceive piompi attention. All work
guaianteod to tv- r.he snim in done
II. G, Bunt has removed from
King street to the storo of Chris
Goitz, Port street. There ho will
repair watches aud make souvenir
spoons and jewelry of uvery descrip
tion, ilnvuig been the practical
watchmaker for Wunnor & Co. toil
years, hu needs uo pulling.
EVENTS OF TO-DAY.
Combination to Force the Rebels
to Join Battle,
Firing Heard on the Palolo Ridge-To
Capture the Queen's Boats.
Captain Murray and tho detail of
tho Citizens' Guard under his com-n.-uid
returned to town last night,
buing unable to locate whoro tho
rebels were. After resting Captain
Murray and fifty of the Citizeus'
Guard left the Station iu two 'busses
..' 10 o'clock this morning. The
parly proceeded past tho residence
of Paul iBouborg on tho Waialao
road. Tho 'busses wore driven up
th" Palolo road and wont as far as
iUr condition of tho road would al-
low tho horses aud mules to go. A
wauon-load of provisions was taken
along. Tho guards stretched out in
the form of a half circle and began
firing into the mountains. The idea
is to endeavor to drive tho rebels
from the Palolo valley over to Wai
inaualo pass whore Alfred Carter
and William Henry have squads on
cnard. together with Cecil Brown
and four policemen If Murray's
men are unable to rout tho instir
gents out they will proceed farther
on tho Waialao road and drive the
insurgents into tho pass if it be possi
ble. Tho Waitnaualo pass is guard
ed, so tho rebels will be unable to
got out that way. An encounter is
inevitable and the only escape of the
rebels will be over the mountains.
Captains Murray and Uilbus and
Guard Sovorin wore positive this
morning that they knew where tho
rebels were located. Tho Citizens'
uuard iook sumuieui provisions to
last them a couple of days.
Sovoral Well-known Names on tho
Besides Goo. Lycurgus, brought
in after midnight, and the prisoners
of war, tho following wero arrested
this date fur conspiracy:
W. K. Flutoliison,
J. K. Kaunamauo,
Lewis J. Levey,
Hackmau Blackburn was charged
iu front of the station nt noon with
having told people he drove that
certain specials wore "Government
spies." lie was given a strong warn
ing that if ho did not be careful hu
would be run iu. One of the officers
declined to say whether the hack
man's offending was before or since
the insurrection began. Blackburn
is tho man who was let out of tho
Salvation Army corps on tho charge
of stealing a shirt from a fellow
workman on the dredger. Tho
charge was mado iu recrimination
for Blackburn's accusing his com
rade of drinking beer at a volunteer
company's after-drill refreshing.
Not a Joko
After midnight Chester A. Doyly
and T. W. Hobrun accepted a detail
to make a recounoitering expedition
iu a brake to the top of Punchbowl.
Passing Capt. Chan. Wilder's artil
lery squad on tho way, they told him
they would give a signal if the
heights wero clear. On finding uo
robs Doylu hoisted a cony of tho
Bulletin on tho triaiigulalion sta
tion rod and set it on fire. This was
j the promised signal. Mr. Doylu
I does not like to have it called a
i practical joko by tho morning paper,
i After beiiic up for two uiudits ho
hadn't his joking cap on. It is for
tunate, however, that the "Never
Sleeps" wero organized some time
ago, as they are needed now.
Acted Under Ordora.
Pock in connection with tho
item. "An Unwarranted Arrest"
admits hu challenged Mr. Lindsay
before the prohibited hour, also was
one of his escorts to the station, but
says hu acted iu both cases under
orders of his lieutenant in the
Sharpshooters. Two special police-
men Had called upon mo biiarp-
shooters' guard at Kawaiahao church
to arrest the two meu.
A Government Dosertor.
Chester Doyle met J. L. Osinor,
Serguant of Co. A, on Monday morn-
liif; m-iir ooiin ouuui mumiuk ""-
lilo quick time towards town. Doyle
advised Osmer to go back and fight
witli his company, but Osmer re
fused, giving as his excuse that his
gun was broken. Osmer has been
posted as a deserter and the ru
port is in tho Marshal's hands.
Did Not Confess.
There is good authority for statlug
that Captain William Davies con
fessed nothing on being incarcerat
ed, "Kcudson his mato gavo very
damaging testimony ogaiust him, '
was a high official's answer to a
question two hours after Davies had
been examined aud locked up.
A driver of ono of tho Enterprise
dairy milk wagons roported at 2
o'clock this afternoon that there was
some shooting iu Nuuanu Valley.
Captain Cordes and members of the
mounted patrol went out and found
the alarm to bo a false one.
Tho Quoon'a Boats.
Au expedition was lobe despatch
ed this afternoon to seize two large
boats lying at tho Queen's bathhouse
Early this morning T. E. Krouso
of tho Arlington Hotel received an
order for lunch and coffee for 150
muii occupying Puiickbowl,
W. H. Daniels, ox-Judge of Wai
luku, and two native laborers were
arrested at !) o'clock this morning.
The Kamobatnoha School teachers
are guarding the road at that point.
Holi, the policeman wounded in
tho initial scrimmage, is reported
simply as no worse to-day. Geo.
Hockley's Jap, who was not killed, is
improving. So is Lieut Ludwig.
Iteis, Brown, Peterson and Iiadiu,
in the list of arrests, are all 2.K) hack
stand men, the first-named being
one of the. proprietors.
Ono of tho Government forcos was
sent Into the barracks hospital yes
terday oveuing with his head baud
aged. Atitone tla Hega, a Portuguese boy
who has been with the rebels carry
ing arms for them, was brought in
at 3:110 o'clock this afternoon. An
other Portuguese boy is with the in
Burnouts. Samuel Parker came to the Mar
shal's office at 3:10 to inquire the
reason for his being held up by sen
tries at judge Widemauti s nouso.
Sixteen prisoners, including all
the foreigners, arrested since morn
ing, were taken to Oahu Jail under
n strong guard at 3 o'clock. Messrs.
Levoy and Harrison and tho "2M"
men wero among them.
Senior Captain Parker assured a
Hi i.t.r.TiN reporter at 1 o'clock this
afternoon that everything was all
right, although nothing iiad been
seen of Hie rebels. Two squads of
the Citizens' Guard numbering
thirty-six and forty-two men respect
ively, in addition to the military
companies on Punchbowl, wore des
patched this forenoon, with orders
to march straight ahead up Palolo
and Mauoa Valleys aud drive the in
surgents over the mountains if they
should meet with them. No shots
had been exchanged aud there were
uo signs of the insurgents at 1 p. m.
Duko of Norfolk Buys Clun Oastls
Chin castle iu Shropshire, which
dates from the lime of Henry III ,
was recently bought back by tho
duko of Norfolk, who will have the
ruins restored. Tho duke is baron
of Clun and Oswaldestre, one of the
oldest baronies iu England and a
standing bone of contention among
heraldic writers. Title aud lauds
wero lost to the Howards by tho for
feitures of the Tudor time, when
four generations were attainted and
an earl of Surrey and a duke of Nor
folk beheaded. James I. restored
tho titles nearly 300 years ago, but
it is only now that the laud returns
Chamberlain's Cough Umedy is
famous for its cures of bad colds. It
opens tho secretions, relievos the
lungs and aids nature in restoring
tho system to a healthy condition.
If freely u.ed as soon as the cold has
been contracted, and before it has
become settled iu the system, it
greatly lessens tho severity of the at
tack ami has often cured in a single
day what would have been a suvere
cold Por sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith Si Co., Agents for Hawai
Wkii.nksdav, Jan. 0,
Stmr I'd In from Walinun
OtirKOOR from Iiland Ports.
H'nir IVlu 'J310 bj;s siiKur nml
Tt's almost ns easy for a
horso fed on California
Feed Co.'s Hay and
Grain to draw his load
as it is for this big ele
phant to draw his. We
pay the highest priee and
get the best there is to
bo had. Our piiecs are
as low as the lowest.
Prompt delivery. Both
Telephones 121. . . .
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT A MKKTIXO OK TUB UMTHI)
( ' 1 1 1 N lea K SouihTV hell on Junuiry 1,
1N). tlin fellow UK ellio-'H w. ro uU'ctfil to
survu for tlio untmuii; yi'urt
Hucrrtary... Leone Pk bum, (
Woiik Wa Key,
nil i Vm L' l f 1
Rebels Between Two Fires on
VERY LATEST FROM THE FRONT.
Tho sound of musketry was heard
iu Mauoa Valley this afternoon. A
fight is likely in progross.
Whon the foregoing report was re
ceived a Bulletin reporter was sent
out to Mauoa Valloy on horseback,
with instructions to return if possi
ble by 1 o'clock.
Later a telephone message was re
ceived at headquarters, saying,
"Thoy'ro fighting like hell."
Messengers from within sight of
the battle, telephoning from Mon
tana's, say tho rebels aro posted on
tho heights nt the conveigeucu of
the Mauoa and Palolo ranges.
The Sharpshooters are advancing
upon the rebels from the Palolo
side, while the Citizens' Uuard un
der Capt. T. B. Murray aro closing
upon them from the Mauoa side.
The rebels are thus between two
firus, aud they aro pluckily respond
ing to both.
With the troops going forward
from Punchbowl a Hotchkiss gnu is
being sent, with which to pour dead
ly rain upon tho insurgents.
Two wounded meu from tho Gov
ernment sido wore driven down
Punchbowl street in a hack at 3
o'clock. Ono was lying iu tho bot
tom of the carriage. Tho other had
his head bandaged. After one of
them had been left iu hospital, the
other was driven away probably to
FIIOU OUR OWN REPORTER.
Tho Bulletin's reporter returned
at 4:10, fully confirming the fore
going. The rebels are located at the head
of Manoa Valley. They aro iu two
One division is iu a gulch at the
extreme end of tho valley. It is sup
posed to be in command of Sam
Nowleiu. Tho latest courier to the
first outpost says the estimate is
that they number about 200 men.
The courier could uot see, however,
how there could bo more than f0 or
GO men. ,
Tho other division is on tho other
sido of tho valley in tho gulches,
probably two miles distant from the
first. It is commanded by Itobt.
Wilcox aud, it is believed, two or
three whito mon. There is no know
ing its strength. This division has
not been attacked yet.
The German members of the
Sharpshooters have two prisoners.
Captain Smith with Co. A aud Cap
tain Kidwell with the Sharpshooters
are located on a ridge to the loft of
the rebels, aud are firing down direct
ly into the underbrush whore the
enemy aro supposed to be hidden.
A great deal of firing is being
Dr. Howaid, surgeon of Co. A, is
at the farthest outpost.
There is a small body of mon
coming down tho Palolo Valloy
bearing a white flag, Whoro the
truce party came from is not kuowu,
B. F. Dillingham's squad at Puna
hou has been called on to send a de
tachment to meet the flag of truce.
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