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THIS CRUEL WAR.
What Happened Between Dusk
Dull Night at Ilia otfulon Everything
FdYorable (or the Gov6rrmont
Thuro was ory lilllo lu(t to toll
tor twelve hours to come after tho
issue of the lU'LLtrriN yesterday aftor
uoon. Tins paper had tho ouly ac
count of tho operations of tho day
which was published. 'I ho news
boys reaped a rich harvest soiling
tho Uixlltin, and it is suspeotou
that tho iiuportunacy of a small
portion of tho public, which has not
hoen long enough in tho country to
know where to look for tho now,
made tho uowsuojs sacrifice the
rights of subscribers to thoir own
love of nickels.
What happened from dusk until
noon to-day, so far as ullicial reports
go, will be found in the following
CUANOK OF BATTLE OHOUND.
Insurgents Qlnlo Over
Lioutouaut King and his mou
wont over into Paiioa Valloy early
yesterday evening to prevent tho
rebels finm crossing over. It ap
pears, however, that tho rebels had
preceded them and wore holding the
valloy. lulo skiriinsuuig about, a
uutivo with a bolt of cartridges and
a carbine was seen. He was shot at
and killed. One bullet went through
his head and another through his
heart. Ho was buried tins morning
alter being relieved of his military
Kobort Wilcox ami about sixtj
followers were at tho heail of Pauoa
Valloy this morning. A low .huts
.Mr. lionner came galloping in
from tho outposts at dusk yostuiday.
Ho fully cunlirined tho detailed re
ports ol the respective positions and
operations of the combatants pub
lished exclusively ni jesterday'u
lkuxTiN. He also reported that
lighting had beguu in I'auoa Valley,
shots having been exchanged there
with the rebels. This report is con
tinued, as will bo seeu by tho fore
going. LIST OF PKISONKlta.
Sovornl Moro Taken Up for Con
spiracy .Lust Niyht.
Tho following prisoners of war
were taken yesterday evening in
Mauoa valloy during the coulbci be
tween tho rebels and tho govern
mo lit forces: Charles Harlutv, I'alua,
Keoho, Kaiuola, Joe and Win. Ivu
naiuaole. The last-named hail one
of his ears shot oil'. Kauaiuaole was
with the half-caste Portuguese who
was shot through the Uead and
killed yesterday. They were walk
ing down to surrender themselves.
Additional arrests for conspiracy
were made alter the Jiu.u.ns went
to press yesterday. '1 hoy are: Ma
nuel Silva, Kilii, (jabriol, Alex.
Pahau, Duwd Auaiulu, L)aid Paa,
John Hookiokie, Kauoho and llor
niau K. Kauihe. 'l'heso with the
prisoners ol war were taken to Oahu
Jail this morning. The uumbor ol
prisoners arrested for conspiracy
and taken in war has reached 120.
The guards at the prison number
over two hundred.
A Collector Jum;utl
J. II. Scluiack's name is given in
the list of conspirators b a contem
porary. Schuauk is the well-know n
collector, the only one m town who
can bo named the same day as Lim
ing. He was not arrested as a con
spirator, however, and therefore tho
UuLiXTiN ignored his name on tho
station house book yesterday. Now
that the fact of tho arrest is out, the
true Htory may as well bo told.
Schuauk is one of tho Government s
most ardent supporters, and lias
packed a gun day and night since
this "oupluasaaluosa ' began. One
Crnnstuu with whom he had busi
ness dealings was arrested as a con
spirator, lie probably owed .Soliuack
a teuuor or a doublo-lonuor. bchnack
went to Marshal Hitclicock yester
day morning and asked to see Cratis
tuu. Tho Marshal being woiued
three-fourths to death told Schuauk
testily that he was not bolhenug
himself just thou with rebels. After
a little more parley bchuack recom
mended tho Marshal to tho warmer
ulimato about which followers ol
Calvin profess to be well posted. Tho
Marshal with more Immunity order
ed tho collector into a refrigerating
room in the basouiout. Then auolhei
minion of the law of lower rank
look Uchuack iu hand. And n
happened that this suboidiualo had,
recently, had his wages gariusheed
by Suhnack. This minion's eyes
hhouo ami his feet beat the lloor in
a lluttor of pleasure. Ho grasped
his garnishor with gleeful grip and
rushed him dowu to the receiving
station, where he not ouly searched
him for teu percent s, but made hun
take Ins shoes ami stockings oil' to
see if they smelled of opium. The
ollicer wlieu ho had liuishud his
search gloated over his victim, say
ing, "Now I've got oven for your ten
peiceiit." Schuaok retorted with
lire in his orstwhilo mild eyes, "yes,
but noxt time I'll charge you twouty
Ouo Man's Work
, of i.,?rc7tr.
ins boon doing
Ernest lionkun, one
zon's Guard and whoh
courier service for tho Uovornnuuit,
was sent yesterday to tho other sido
of tho island with despatches. De
livering his message ho started homo
wards. NoarMakapuu point ho dis
cerned three natives, who descrying
him sought shelter it) tho brush at
tho roadside. Closing up on the hid
ing p'ace, Koukt'ii discharged a shot
from his Winchester and called on
tho natives t appear. No second
request was necessary, thov present -
.1 .1 I 1. I- I l.
on luomsuives, as iuook m imiiin. ,
They wore footsore and weary nud
travel-stained. They acknowledged '
being desortors from the insurgent
ranks, so tho captor escorted them
to Kaueohe jail whore they were
locked up. Hetiken then continued
his journey towards Honolulu and
soon after enteriug tho Nuuanu road I ol improvements and a petition
via tho I'ali saw by tho aid of the j . ... . . ,,. , . i
moonlight (it now boingH p. m.) four to Minister KlIlJJ WOllld piob
forms, two of which disappeared ..i,v i... i.;s .,nnmv., when it
from view in tho brush. Tho other I iWiy n'UL ms 'IPP''11 I1U1 ll
two wore discovered to bo of natives w;ls r0Ujrht Up for COIlsider-
and a halt was called to them, which '
they obeyed. A shot into tho brush atl'oil. There are 110t llUlliy
by Hon ken uuiokly brought forth ' . .
tho two other natives who had hid- , filler dl'IVCS tlUlll Oil Bei'daHKl
den and all four qtuutly surrendered . ,, .., rj,n,n,, ri-Ant in
and were marched toward town. Street tlOIll PuiiallOU Street to
Very slow was the progress, as tho ' pn,lihnw1 slivel hut lllPro the
natives were much exhausted, having ' UIKIIOOWI SIUCI, Ulll mere Hie
tramped tho distance from tho Pa-
loio valley to tho point of capture
without rest or refreshment. They
told a talo of a visit to a relative, but i
on examination at tho station one I
forgotteii cartridge was discovered '
in the Docket of one who, noniiluss- '
ed by the discovery, opened out the Upliefif urnuM be to the I1UISSCS
truth and stated tl.at tho four wore uulel11 OUIU OL IU lllL nuias.
deserters from the ranks of Wilcox Q00t ,oacls are ;ls much ail ad
Ihoy wore locked up and lionkeu
was congratulated on his successful ' vertlSemeilt for a Community
single-handed capture of so en of , ., . . ...
thooueiuy. , as anything e'se, visitors are
Report of tho Koauhou's Mission. , inllllCllCed 011C Way 01' atlOtllCI'
U. P. Baldwin gives tho following Ijy (hL. pleasure derived f 10111 U
report of his mission to windward: , . .. .
"I left tins port at J:M a. in. Tiles- drive tlll'OUJjIl a City; ll the
day, Jauuary Sih. Arrived at Maa- ' . .. ,
laea at 0:-J5 p. in. of the same day. j Streets are IMITOW .Hid the toads
Wo found freight on tho wharf and i ,i ...j n S.)V le
some neoiilu to meet the Kinau. and P001 llley are aPl l0 'V Ule PL0
some carriages coming over the lull , jn avitllOrity ai'C 'MllSt a Ht
for tho same purpose. I landed i ' .
with Captain 1- reeiuan, who in
structed the crew to stay iu tho boat
and say nothing. Captain Freeman
also stayed in the boat. After a lit
tle conveisatiou with Mr. Conwav,
rtho has charge of the wharf, 1 was
ratislied that the knew nothing of
what was going oil in Honolulu, and
that everything was quiet on Maui.
Wo loft iu a few minutes and started
for Mahukona; arriving there at
12:05 a. m. of the 'Jth. Captain l'reo
man ami I again wont ashore; the
captain staying in tho boat with the ,
crew. I wont up and roused up tne
acting superintendent of the laud
ing, the regular superintendent, Mr.
Fall:, being on Maui. After a little
iinm .ii-juliiiii tt'itli I liia tiiiii I tt'ftu
lUIMUIOIUilill (Till VIIIO llltlll) 1 11. 1
satisii.nl that they had no suspicion
ol the uprising in Ilonolulu, and
that everything was quiet on Ha
waii. Iu fact, at neither .uaal.iea nor
Mahukona did they ask anything
about news from Honolulu. We got
oil to sea again shortly, and skirted
along down tho windward side of
.Ham. Iu going up on the lee and
coming down the windward side ol
.Maui, I saw all the plantations on
the island They were all grinding
except possibly Olowalu, and work
.wis app.iieully going on as uual.
We arriwl iu Honolulu at li p. in.
Wednesday. We did not see an
usaels on the trip, excepting a
schooler anchored at Kauuakakai,
said to in. i.ikiug on wood."
King Struut Scare.
At eight o'clock last night tho
news spread oer town like wild-lire
that there was lighting on King
street toward i'alamu. Marnhal
Hitchcock was at Molto's at the
tune, getting some refreshment and
advising Clerk Hammer about re
freshments for the men on guard
till morning. He hurried to the
.Station, which, in less tune than it
lakes to tell, was a fortress of brist
ling rilles from every wiudow ox
posed to approach from King and
Merchant streets. The alarm prov
ed to be a false one. It appears a
Chinese hack drivur allowed his '
horse to got boyoud control, there
fore could not stop it wlieu chal
lenged. Tho guards at the bridge
among them tired four or live shots
iu the air. Every Chiuoso store
keeper for a quarter of a mile on
either hand put up his shutters
with an alacrity that would have
saved Port Arthur if employed there
in defensive operations against tlu
Japanese. There was a general
tush toward Knig street of thoo
who wanted to hear the whi.z of
bullets without receiiug their
whack. The disgusted remark of
the Marshal on returning to tho
uoll'ee saloon would be a gem of lit
erature if printed.
111 the oars, sometimes a roaring,
bu..iug sound, are caused by cat
arrh, that exceedingly disagreeable
ami very common disease. Loss of
smell or hearing also result from
catarrh. Hood's Sarsapaulla, tho
great blood purifier, is a peculiarly
successful remedy for this disease,
which it cures by purifying tho
Hood's Pills are the best after
dinner pills, assist digestion, pre
At Williams' Studio are to be seen
Portraits ou Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by the Hot or
H. G. Biart hasro,uovod from
King street to the store of Chris
Oortz, Fort street. There ho will
repair watches and make souvenir
spoons and jewelry of every do.sorip-
HUH. JKIYIIIK lllH'll UIU I'llirklbtll
watchmaker for Wennor A; Co. ton
years, he ueeds no pulling.
The Daily Bulletin, CO cenl vtr
month, delivered by carrier.
J f I
December 20, SV.
The movement to widen Be
retuni'ii street from Punchbowl
street to the Milium u stream is
a matter which should receive
.. c . . , ,.
the favorable Consideration of
.. .rnvcmnuMif Iwiusc it is
lllc 0emmUH ULLaUSC 11 IS
! Qf jnterest to everyone. It
C0111CS directly Under tllC head
... . ....
jueezc beirillS and the LrOO(l
' . ...
Fo widen the
., . r
Street WOllld I10t Delicti
man or set of men, the
tie Peoria, it on the other
hand, they are broad and
smooth the solons are said to
be "up to date." Washington,
D. C, owes much of the favor
able comment passed upon it
to its elegant streets; they are
written and alked about so
mili,i. iivl( ii,. .,,.,, .,,. ..,pii
'"l"-11 ll1'11 llley & & . we"
Known as tne tapnoi uscii.
The streets of Honolulu are
well known to people who visit
. I J I I i
the place, but the acquaintance
may be strengthened by widen
ing Beretania street.
The Diet. Oil Stove is as
good a thing as anyone wants
in the kitchen. II bakes, boils,
broils and fries as well as a coal
or wood stove at less cost and
in less time. We consider the
Diet, as good an oil stove as
is made the people who have
purchased them agree with us.
Enamel Bath Tubs are the
most serviceable things a man
can have for his bathroom
they will outlast Old Time him
self and always look new. They
cost more than a zinc lined tub,
but an enamel one will outlast
a dozen of the others, conse
quently it is cheaper in the long
run to buy a good one in the
beginning. There's no reason
in the world why a bathroom
should not be at all times as
presentable as a parlor, but it
will not be if the tub is dirty
you can't keep a zinc tub clean
any more than you can keep
a polish on a piece of lead.
You can get almost any size and
tinisli tub you want from us.
We are in the line of ad
vancement in Western Civili
zation, and as the town fills up
with strangers, we must expect
to find among new arrivals
people who neither toil nor spin
for a livelihood. Against such
people you want to lock your
chicken house and put away
your valuables. We are sell
ing the Victor Iron Safe, in
sizes suitable for your business
or your dwelling. This is the
safe most used by Postmasters
in the United States and will
be here once it becomes known
that we are selling them.
Refrigerators are selling ra
pidly with us, possibly because
i peopie arc geuuig reatiy ioi tne
i new Older ofthillgS ill the ice
bllSllieSS. We have the Stock
i dinu, vnn 'lining -mv
I arul can now you WHOM 'Uiy
' ;j,e and ill UI1V Style.
Tk Hawaiian Hardwire Ce, Ltd
By Jas. F. Morgan.
LAND AT AUCTION.
ON MONDAY, JANUAUY 7,
At 12 o'clock noon,
Atllio Auction Uooiiis of .la. 1' .tornnn,
will bo ulil, ihosc Premise at Kntmia
kaptli, Honolulu, Oalut, ami more parti
cularly dofcrlboil In Uci'il ol WIIIIhiii 0.
Aclil to Aim Momoiin Kntiiiii et hI, -inteil
1st Ajtrll, lsMl, ami n-iniruoil Hi I.lbortfs,
r.yo 173, containing mi Aipii o 2 -'.U miimh
Iii't, together with Three IlulMlliK there
on l'hejo Premhe" gle to buvrri a very
cooil investment uf er very Utile rcjutrs to
SW For further particular, imply to
A. 1'. l'KI'KltoN ami
WILLIAM 0. ACII1,
Attomev fur the owners.
Honolulu, Deo i"i, i'JI.
fiftt.Th" above iulo li poitixmoil to Jan
uary mil, lit the afoK'iniil place. I1M -It
AINA MA KE KUDAL.A.
MA K l'OAKAHl, IANUAUI 7, IKX.,
Mil ka Horn lUawaVea,
K kual la nkti nnn inn ke Kmlala akea, ma
ka ltiiml Kmlala o Ja-.. 1". ilorg-in, kela
mail Aiiatia Aina e wattiu 'a m.i Kauiua
kanill, ilonolulu, Oahu, a I hoakakn la na
jialciia ma ka l'alapala Kual a William
I'. Aehl la Ana Momoiia Kamnl ma, 1
hauahi iiih ka Iu I o A. erlla, IssO, u kopela
ma Wa lluke Its, auao l":i, n ma la Alna lie
ii'i2 kiiinmi hi, no na Male hot Kkulu u
ku la iiuiliina o ka almi.
K loaa ami I k.i men kimt mal he ilku-liiun-i'
miilkal no ke data muliope e ku
haul li'iu ana I li-i I ale.
Ho malknl ke kuleana
lm .No na mea I koe, n nltiau la
A P. 1-KrKHSON ii me
Wit I.IA.M r. AOIII,
, Iu no na ona o kn ulna.
Honolulu, Ike VW.ISII. ta-.'l-lw
CA-Ua hoopanee m aku la kual kmlala
I ka ia l'-'o .Inuuari, mala wall! 1 olelo la.
HI Id Hl'ACK Id
ml. s. nLiErvY,
Four Stiikkt, II. I.
a Lifetime !
The iippnrliiuiiy cunio to ti
limn tn do hiniM'U ptotl,
once iu a hfi tune. That
unco if now ut ymu ciun
miiuil. We li'ive just re
cciu'il a complete i-tiH'k of
II AIMING TON
This line o' rccoul heuteis
we uie telling ut
$5.00 per Pjir
pries ni'vei ilrciiiui'il uf lu
fore iu tins country. . .
We tire after the men's t-hno
trade nud we ure miing "
gi t it.
A 1.1. 11H.I.S AND CLAIMS AOAINbT
this vttasi-1 mutt ho i i uillfil III chip
llcntu xt tlin iitllie of the uiiilurHluuuil i.ot
Intor him l''r iliiy iii'Xt,ulliirvl'i' .hiij will
lint l)(i iitiiuii tu I.
THKO 11 PAViKS A I'O , l.'n.
Jrtiimiry li, lMO. I-Ji 1 1
ELECTION OF OPWJtHS
ATA MKHTINU OP Till: UMTH)
Ciiinkxk Houmy iml ' on Jitmury 1,
lh'.r, iIim follow iuoilli). raw rn uli'cteil to
wivr for thu iiiiinf year:
Vlw-I'iuilil at . .
. . (loo Klin,
AcKUtiint tccri'tary ..hemij 1'rfk l.uiu,
Tii'iiHiirur Wiinu Wii Koy,
Asa Hturit Treasurer . . l.uiu KIiik.
llMi-at ' Hfiirt'tiiry.
If your subscription has expired now
it a nood time lo renew it.
Too High !
So S'lyn tin lhiiniliiited-
Do Not Be Deceived I
Do No! receive Yourseli I
Mttkr honexl cnmparinnnsuot
bflwren St. 1'iicr.ibiiry and Hono
lulu, but betwirn our rhrs and
pricr.i prtmilintj in other ettabli.ih
wilt Illiltli. We ure selling
na low 0.1 '$12 pr dozen. Think
of it! -fHora Solid Tui Spoon
of aood weight nnd .lite; heavier
patterns at the same low rate per
ounce. IIV further engrave iiif
tiah free of chnrae on all our Sil
ver Ware; thus taving you many
tnore dollar, ni.if still further re
dwing the cost of our silver lo you
- over fifteen patterns to choose
We are selling Stirling Silvir
Cufi' Links for 7oc and $1 pet ait;
anil yet have never bmgurd about
it; while the. iunlity of our goods
has tteudily UOS'li UP, our
prices have conslilnlly (IONIC
The. volume of business done
daily in our S'ore, is proof of the
appreciation held by the general
pnblie of our immmne. ttock; of the
newness of everything in it; of the
rase w'th which your wants tan be
supplied. There is no need vailing
your attention to TIIH QUALITY
of our Silver people know a good
thing when tin y ice it, and you
know we buy oly tin lust.
H. F. WICSMAN,
JtiP .r'.m VT . f ZUSi IV .
ff iWnfm t n
p i i
I I V-
B3 3jF"or S r ret,
Dr. LIEB1G & CO.
Sjircinl Ihittmn fur Cliimtic,
l'riaile unit H'usliiuj
l)r l.lulil(;'a Invliioriitor tun Hrciitfat rt'
inuily fur Kciuliml WviikuuHs l.oaa uf .Man
liuoifaiiil 1'rlvnlti DWuisiib, oyi'iU'iiiii-s I'ri-
nmUiretii'as ami ropmos nil for miirriunu ;
life's ilutli-s. pli'iksiiros unit rtaimllillitiusj
(1 trial bol tlu kIvkii or bunt Ircu to any nuu
iluiiurlliini! syiiiptuniH; cull or mlilruaa UK)
Ocurytjt., nrlviUu uiilruucv tiCiMusim hi.,
Bun FrtuioiHCO. Ul3-: ly
THROAT . COMFORT
XothiiiK heretofore known is
anything like so useful.
Few are ro free from catarrh
and other affections Mint touch
tho throat as to hnvo no need
of relief from 'tickling" or
" dryness " or " rawness " or
"irritation" or "inllammalioii"
of thu throat, or to have no
need of help in the use of thu
voice, as in talking or rcadiug
aloud or singing.
It gives thu throat rest.
Kol! SI'KAKKltH ANM)
Tiiiioat CoinoiiT will givo
you such voico as is not to
bo got in any other waj.
Such statements aro com
mon; you don't heliovo it.
Try ono tablet lot it dis
solve in tho mouth.
IHJI.IKK OK I'AIN.
In all painful throat diseases,
such as tonsilitis and quinsy,
Throat CosiroiiT gives roliof
beyond your expectation.
Many troublesome throat
disorders are kopt up by in
cessant "clearing of tho
throat "or by coughing. The
rest that Tiiiioat Comfout
gives, iu such capes, Is all that
is needed to let the throat got
There is no harm iu any
amount of it. It will not oven
upset the stomach, unless
SC rriio Automatic Vicahl Skwstio Maciiink with
tho Lutest Modern Attnchinonts Huitithlo for Light and
Heavy Work To L'luoliasi'rK-. Instructions in Aristnto,
Tinsol, Schiujllo and Fancy Kinhroidury Work will ho given.
Beware of Bacteriated Waterl
Drinking water shotild he hi tiled und filtered.
The Only Ricliaiile Watku Piltku h the Slack &
BroWulOW. They are nude on scientifio )rit'eipk'8. They
are accessihle in all parts and can he readily domed.
PACIFIC UAUDWAliE CO., LT)
COUXUU I-'OUP Si MRUCIIANT STIII3KTS.
Will he made to keep
excellent time if left
for time days with
FAUitHt & Co., the
Well-known and Weli
ahle Watch Makeis.
If Htttibfaction is not
given your money wi'l
he refunded in lull.
I'AKRKR & CO.,
413 FOft 3tl'30t.
COM) IN TUB HIIAD.
At tho beginning ol a
cold, whou you have tho
chilly feeling, a tablet every
ten or fifleen minutes will
generally prevent the cold.
It is a tonic for tho
stomach as woll as for the
u B. Kerr
is the only
man in Ilo
MISU.S. OOl'KA .t CO. AUK UK
1'i'ivliiK orili-ra fur I'ltiutnllou Uibur
In iu n vii in .Miin-li !! xt All tlio who
wihli I . borers nil. ulil plai'ti their iinlera int
iiit'illiiit'ly ultli (1 h. IliiiiriUiimi, AtJL'iit
fur tliu iibovii linn. OuiHlltii.us iiru nifii
llimi'il in itriiH!uius: "To thu I'lanteri of
Hiittiul" 11. V. ItOAUDMAN.
1'J.N-H At;uiit tor Omira Co.
FOH 3 A I.E.
OXK UNDIVIDKl) TWKNTlKril
i. Hliurti In bu .lniiiinti ol Houukuti
altiliite In Biiulli Kitliu 11 wail, ciilitnlllllli;
un brnt of (IY7S AiTi-s, unit beiiii; Aimim 0
of It. P. IW7, I.. 0. A. I7i:t. Tlmru urn Mi
ll IU Ait.s In eviiry uliuru. Tbii luml ad
joins Kiilaliiki un tliu Hum li iiiul 1- a vulii
uhln inupuri . A kooiI iluitl uf it Is suit
ablu fur rullfo, null tliH biilai c fur pantnr
iii;i'. ll llus uiiir lloukumi lamlliii;. I'rlcu
JnI). Title iHirfeut; wnrnnty ilui-il, an-
kiiuw letluul and bttiuipetl, (ivt'ii to pur.
i:lmer. rur furtliur imrtlLMiliirs uiiply iu
J. M. MONBAJIU tV.
Honolulu, January I, U'jj. l'.d-tl