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OPERATIONS TOE DAY.
Government Troops GraGiiaUy
Converging on the Rebel
Tho M lorl-ius Flligeiald Cdi turad Batk
odtit Rf be lon Brkn.
Elsewhere in tliis issue will bo
fonud tlio record of what was loft of
yesterday's uvonts aftor tho Bulletin
was issued. Tho eager reception of
tiio results of tho Uullktin's enter
prise iu jotting tho vory latest news,
ovory day sinco tho insurrection
broko out, oiH'oara(5oil tho manago
muut to still greater oirorts to-day.
Our Own ttoportur in Front.
Through tho courtesy of Colouol
J. 11. Fisher, commanding tho
forces, a plenary pass wa Kidod
to our ununited correspondent of
yesterday, JJ. L. Finney, to outor tho
Government camps wherever situ
ated. A council of war in this ollico
decided that tho point of observa
tion for tho morning should bo tho
hoad of l'auoa Valley, whoro it was
anticipated a pitched battle would
bo fought to-day.
Our correspondent returned about
noon and, aftor his notes had been
taken down in shorthand, ho was or
dered back tired as ho was after
fifteen miles iu tho saddle to tho
base of operations. His report is as
Companies D and E marched over
from Minion to l'auoa Valley this
morning. They had searched nil
tho intervening country without en
countering any body of rebels.
Lieut. King captured one prisouoi
this morning. His company (li),
under Captain Coyne, had spout all
last night sleeping on tho vory sum
mit of tho range.
Captain Kidwell with his Sharp
shooters was ordered up to tho head
of Nuiiiinii Valley and is now there.
A nut ho was captured going down
over the mountains, iu a gulch, with
out sli' os or coat. He claimed he
was only gathering hoibs for medi
cine. When the troops cauio down tho
uii.tintain side they brought with
them Thomas Poole, a half white
who is well known iu Honolulu a a
carpenter living on Liliha street.
Poolo said ho had been with Wil
cox's party and left them last night.
When apprehended he had a Win
chester It cal. rillo and 100 rounds
of ammunition. None of Wilcox's
party, ho said, had anything to oat
sinco Monday morning, excepting
guavas and tho moat of one bullock
that thoy had killed.
J'oolo said Wilcox had thirty (!K)
men jot. Tho remainder of his ori
ginal baud were either wounded,
dead, deserted, or taken prisoners.
I'oole was iu Manoa Valloy yester
day with Wilcox, and said that no
body was hurt except one man who
had his leg shot oil".
lola, who used to bo iu tho Mu
tual Telephone Co.'s ollico, is Wil
cox's first lieutenant. Willie Oroig
and Carl Widemann had not been
seen since tho rebels loft Diamond
Head, whoro both of them had been
during tho battle.
Another man caught as thoy were
going over tho ridgo was Arthur
Fitzgerald, tho notorious pal of the
noted alphabetical Harden who wf
deported as a daiigerous charae
tor. Fitzgerald hold a pass signed
by the Marshal, aud said ho had
como from Captain Zieglor's camp.
As ho could not give a little bit of
information from that camp, Cap
tains Coyuo aud Chan. Wilder ignor
ed his pass aud bent him iu its a
third as Companies Eand D joined
Lieut. King's squad of Co. E at the
head of the valley they were signaled
from tho lop of the hill by Mr.
Laws, Auditor General, with oruors
to go again up the valley and cloeo
iu and meet with Captain Kidwoll's
squad from Nuuanu Valloy. When
this has been clmoled, as it doubt
less has by this time, tho country
will have been thoroughly thrashed
from Manoa Valley to Nuuanu Val
loy. It is tho opinion of our corro
spondont at tho front that tho back
of tho rebellion is completely brokou.
THK VERY LATEST.
Positions of tho Troops at n Quartor
to Four O'clock.
Our reporter arrived from l'auoa
Valloy at J p. in.
Thoro nro about lf0 Government
soldiers now in l'auoa Valloy--Co.
12 and a portion of Co. E, together
with tho Sharpshooters, who camo
up out of Xtitiauu Valloy over tho
ridgo aud scoured tho whole country.
Co. B is patrolling tho vory sum
mit of tno ridgo between l'auoa and
Manoa, and it is supposed it h.is or
ders to join tho rest of 1 ho forces.
Thoy struck a trail loading down ;
into Niiuatiu Valley, along which '
woro strowu lots of empty carl
ridges. Captain Kidwell is certain that it
is tho rebels' trail, and that they aro ,
now located on tho Ewn side of
Others think that thoy aro on tho
Kupauihi ridgo back of l'auoa.
Tho entire command is waiting at
tho ho'.d of l'auoa Valley for orders I
from Colonel Fishoi, who is now on
his way to tho front.
Lieut. Kintr, who ha been in com
mand of a dctauhsiotit of Co. E, his I
been on his foot since Sunday niylit. I
His ankles aro much sw. lieu, but ho
is determined to stay in it till tho i
Tho Sharpshooters are now march- I
iug into town. i
All tho forces have had all thoy
wanted to eat and drink. to-day.
Referring to a statement iu Mon
day's paper that Lieut. King had ro
fused to take Hertelinann's house
without orders, Lieut. King desires
to make a statement. Ho was order
ed to report to Deputy Marshal
Brown for orders. Ho waited a rea
sonable time for Mr. Brown and
thou ho took possossiou of Iho house
on his own responsibility.
Carl Wldumnnn liolluvod Dead
It is believed at military head
quarters that Carl Widemann was
killed during tho encounter iu Ma
noa Valloy yesterday. All tho pris
oners who were brought iu say they
never saw him after the conflict.
Coming in Town.
Shortly before noon to-day two I
largo busses and a number of hacks ,
left for Manoa and Palolo valleys to
bring iu Captain Zieglor's men and I
tho Citizens' Guard under Tim Mur- I
ray, who were stationed there. Tim i
Citizens' Guard sent iu a despatch
this morning stating that the men
had been up all night, and that they !
had seen nothing of the rebels.
They woro pretty well tired out.
None of the men wore injured. They
-kirled a gulch in the Palolo valley
Hint waited for tho conveyances
A note from oio of tho Bi-i.i.ltin
specials s.'os that Murray aud his
party have scoured the entire Palolo I
range and been as far a Wnimaualo
mountains. They had forced tin
rebels to Manoa. '1 ho rebels were
caught sleeping. Two of them wure
captured Ini-t night. There was but
dltlo liring yesterday evening. Tho
military were lying on their arms.
Uudur Ordoru of Wilcox
Tho three natives Pulo, Hani and
Kahoa who were captured at Maka
pun Point yesterday by Cecil Hrowu
nod Alf. I artor and taken to the
jail at Knuoolm, woro brought to
own at 10 o'clock this morning.
The men all belong to Kailua. Kn
turn had a blanket with a handker
chief tied around it iu his possession.
On being questioned by Senior
Captain Parker, Kahoa slated that
they had been notified by a man
named Kauli to go to Waialao aud
Koborl Wilcox would bo there to
came from Etva. Thoy were not the
only ones who were ordered to meet
Hrnu;orB Soou. ,
Caul Iseuberg, Jr., drove out t" I
Waikiki at 10:15 o'clock this fore- '
noon on a scouting expedition. He i
drove around to the Moiliili road
ami iu a lautaiia brush near the road i
to 1'alolo he baw two white men,
both strangers, evidently looking for
something among the brush. Due
of the men had a big bushy beard. ,
Mr. Iseuberg believes this man lives
in the immediate vicinity of Sam ,
N'owleiu's residence, because he had
seen him there. The men had gone ,
out to the place in a brake, as the
horse and vehicle were tied to a tree ;
near whore they wore. Tho discovery
was imparted to headquarters. i
In Nuuanu Valloy
At nine o'clock lasl night there
was some excitement at the station
in fact the only thing that seemed
worth a reporter's while to stay out
of bed for. Orders were given in in
louho sibilant tones, and sturdy men,
booted and spurred, sprang to horse
in the paddock across the street.
The woid wtis given out that the iu i
surgents were going over into the I
hoad of the valley, with the evident '
intention of lighiing thoir way into i
"own. A large expedition was sent I
out to head thorn otf, but hours pas- '
ml without hearing of any collision.
There were no rebels thote,
Wull-known Native KilloU.
Thomas Poole, one of the prison-
ers Droilglll ill tnis aiieruoou, maim
i he fact known that l'ukila, one of
the rebels, is dead. I'oole was with
l'ukila iu tho Mauoa light yesterday.
Thoy were walking down the valley
when a shot, hit l'ukila iu tho head,
killing him instantly, l'ukila was a
(lock laborer and a well-known figure
on tho city frout.
meet them and supply them with foV ""'J O,'jor refreslunen s o Cap
arms and ammunition. The man ln 1 " .M"rr,n; ? K"K nl Mn".()n
who notified them to go to Waialae ' ll" police station was as quiet .as
Ho Makos a, Last Dosporoto Move
with Thirty Mon.
At noon to-day Hubert Wilcox
with thirty men was located on tho
ridgo on tho right hand side of
Mount Tantalus looking down to
ward l'auoa valley. From thoo
taken prisoners it is learned that
Wilcox has picked tho thirty men
and allowed tho others to follow or
desort him just as thoy pleased.
Troublo at Wninlua.
About 11 o'clock last night a tele
phone message reached town from
tho Waialua courthouse that twenty
natives had masted together for tho
purposo of taking tho courthouse,
rim natives in that district were as
sembling in numbers at di lie rent
points in the district. Marshal
Hitchcock was notified but no action
was taken. Although the telephone
connection is all right, still nothing
further was received from Waialua
up to 10 o'clock this morning.
DoHurtore Put to Service.
Four of Paul lsenberg's native
ranchmen sneaked homo this morn
ing at Wnialae. Tho discovery was
made by W. A. Kinney when ho re
It.. ..ed to-dav. Mr. Kinney acnuaint-
ed tho Marshal with tho fact, and
requested that ollicial to allow them
their liberty, providing thoy would
sriv away tho location of thoir late
j comrades in arms. The deserters
' agreed and the Marshal requested
I Kinney to go witii the men.
j T. B. Wnlkor ArrosU-d
! H. F. Dillingham drove to the
residence of John A. Cummins at
, Pawaa at 10:110 o'clock this morning
I for T. I J. Walker. Walker was found
I sitting iu tho parlor. Dillingham
asked Walker to accompany him.
I Ho did so aud was driven to tho
j Station. This puts at rest all the
I stories about Tom Walker's having
been among the rebels, lighting hard
aud, yesterday, falling dead in the
Positions Thia Morning.
The Sharpshooters wont around
to the Pali side this morning and
advanced on l'auoa valloy, whoro
Wilcox and his followers aro sta
tioned. Lieutenant King aud his
company are at the entrance to the
valloy. Captain Zieglcr and his
detachment are still in Mauoa val
ley. Tho Citizens' Guard aro on
By noon to-day tho Sharpshooters
under Captain John Kidwell had
reached the ridgo iu Nuuanu valley
above the Honolulu Diiry. Thoy
had encountered none of the rebels
and were marching towards l'auoa.
Lieutenant .lames Torbert brought
a prisoner into the camp at l'auoa
His name is Charles
Poole aud ho
was caught iu the
About 10 o'clock last night a re
port was pent in to headquarters
from Kamoiliili that two shots had
been heard at Waikiki. As no more
woro heard no inquiry was made.
Unhurt Palau, who was in the Wil
co insurrection of 1SMI, also iu the
conspiracy of IKII2, is reported to
have been killed yesterday. He was
a swipes seller at "Cape Horn" iu
the piping times of peace.
One of Hustaco .V: Co.'s teams
hauled a cannon to tho front joiter
5lr. Nolto has to keep the U-nver
saloon open all night to supply
meals to the men on duty.
Several bombs were found in Ma
noa valley yesterday.
At 10:15 o'clock this morning n
tnan-of war was reported as fifteen
miles oast. At 11:110 a report was
received from the Diamond Head
lookout that it was an liciiadoriau
man-of-war. She proved to bo tho
Esmeralda Hying the Venezuelan
At II o'clock this morning Deputy
Marshal Brown sent a lot of hot cof
a ciiurciiyani iroin muiiiigni tiuiii
o clock tins morning. rvou the
usually very busy telephone was
Clerk Hammer of the Police Sta
tiou has charge of the commissariat
for the huiigrv warriors ot home
guards and the much-worked police.
Many names of prominent resi
dents on some of the other islands
aro said to bo on the suspect list.
Captain Gus Conies and members
of the mounted patrol went out to
Waikiki at 2 o'clock and arrested
Samuel It. Pua, a printer, who was
a National Iteform member of the
Legislature of S'M. He was iu a
house near his own at the foot of
Chester A. Doyle objects to peo
ple taking his brake for a milk wagon.
He was stopped early this morning
by a gentleman with a can.
All W Carter's party with Cecil
llrown's squad returned from Wai
uiaualo pass last night. Mr. Hrowu
was rallying another party to return
to Makapuu Point at midday.
Carl Melt was not arrested yes
terday His name in the list was
tho only item the IUi.i.ktin took on
trust yesterday, and the only one iu
which it was left. A private apology
has boon made to Mr. Mett.
Marshal Hitchcock. Minister King
and Superintendent of Water Works
Brown, returned to the police sta
tion at .'! o'clock this morning from
a visit to the Pali and various points
along the Nuuanu road. They re
ported everything (iiiet, but had
been told that some firing had taken
place in l'auoa valley a little aftor
Robert Wi'cox nnd about thirty
of his men last night occupied Mr.
SohmidtV'Maluhia" home iu t lie rear
of Mount Tantalus, Thoy ransack
ed the house for food.
At 2:110 o'clock this afternoon nlli
cer Cook stationed at Luakaha, near
the Electric Light Station, reported
that he could boo throe pribonora
coming down tho hill Tlmy were
two wliito men and one native
At 2:lf o'clock the lookout at
Mauuawili reported that a number
of natives belonging to the rebel
band were making their way hastily
down n taro natch between the Ma
noa ami Palolo valleys There was
quite a crowd of them.
Captain Hilbus of the ('iilm
Guard stales that hi "ii id dueled
(lie rebels, Sam Nuwh-in goin to
ward Diamond Head and Hubert
Wilcox toward Niiuatiu.
Kamtiela Hakiiole, at one time an
orderly iu the Household Guards,
was brought in along with Thomas
Poolo and Arthur Fitzgerald.
Joe Aea was found in his Mauoa
house this afternoon and placed un
At 11:20 Captain Pralt telephoned
for carriage transportation to lie
seut to Mauoa.
It was J. L. McLean and not W.
II. Mi Leau who had charge of the
Sharpshooters on board of the tug
Lieu last trip.
A company of cavalry will be in
stituted this afternoon'. The com
pany will consist of members of the
Cecil Brown returned to Makapuu
Point this afternoon. A small fort
has been built there and tho men
under Brown and Carter will be
posted behind it. The party was to
consist of '1') or .'HI men if so many
woro available who could rido hard
and handle a rifle.
Tho tramcars aro not yet allowed
Telephonic communication in
general is still cut off by military
A Famous War Dog in Harbor Des
tliiod for Japan.
The Esmeralda, before mentioned
by the Hii.li.tin as being bkely to t
touch here on her way to Japan, ar- ,
rived this afternoon. Slut is the I
Chilian warship sold by the Govern
ment to the Venezuelan Government
and now Hying that Hag. The latter
Government by arrangement sold
her to Japan, to which country she
is now on her way. She simply car
ries a navigatingcrow who will be
discharged on her arrival. She re
solubles the Boston somewhat iu
Tim Esmeralda is immediately
from Ecuador via Gallopagoes Isl
and, which she left on Decem
ber 22, IS'.U, and had a pleasant
trip hitherto. Sho has only called
iu hero to replenish her larder and
coal bunkers and will only stay iu
port a sullicieiit length of lime to
do so. Her commander was former
ly a midshipman in the Chilian war
Vessel Pilcoiuao, which was here
some years ago. W. Lauz, represent
ing F. A. Schaefer, the Chilian Con
sul, visited tho cruiser this after
noon. She is a beautiful vessel, be
ing fitted out with all the latest
improvement. The Esmeralda ha
quite a history ill connection with
tlie late Lliiltau rebellion.
Mr. N'arita, Acting Japanese Con
sul General, viited the F.tiueralda,
the future property of his Govern
ment, this afternoon.
J. T. Watorhouuo'u Funeral.
The remains of the lafe John
Thomas Waterhouse were laid in
their last resting place iu Nuuanu
Cemetery yesteida) afternoon. The
funeral services weie held at the
family roMili'iico, Niiuatiu aenue, at
I) o'clock. Tim house va filled with
friends, associates and the many em
ployees of the departi'd. Ilev. 11.
W. Peck, pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, conducted tint .ser
vice. Mrs. .Iiiild led the choir. The
Government baud was stationed at
the cemetery and as the procession
approached dirges were played, ljev.
II. II. Parker conducted the services
at the grave.
OtJAL AMD UENKKAJL HKM-.
A Nestorian presbyter i around
begging foi alms to asit in restor
ing hi church and orphanage iu
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Niiiiauti streets, lodging by day,
week or month, Terms: 2n and W
cents per night; $ 1 and $ I 2." per
Any person desiring a good Japa
nese man or boy to work at very low
wages will please call on T. D. Gar
vin, corner of Kichards aud King
A Stuauiur Kdition.
There will be an edition of the
Mui.i.i:tin issued for the Alameda.
which will contain all the news of
the revolution up to the latest hour.
It will be sold for IK cents, includ
ing postage when addresses are
" r- ' - -civ
rts almost as easy
hormj I'lmI on Calil
Pei-fl Co.'h Hay
to draw Ins
to draw his.
pay tlit' highest price and
get tho herd, I here is to
he had. Our prices ate
iis low as the lowest,
l'ronipt delivery. Iiuth
Telephones "12 1. . . .
Mr. Judge reck
Mrs. Judge Pook Tells How
She Was Cured
Riiflcreri from 1)Im'iU should read ttin fol-
lowing letter from Mn. II. M. Peek, wile ot
J ud no Peck, ft Juitlca at Trncjr, Cat, ami a writer
, connected with Hie Aiocltd I'rent '
1 "iljr a deep eiue of gratitude for the great
, benefit,! Ime rwrlvrd from the n of IIihhVi
1 Rirvtiurlll , I li.iv been led to write the follow
. luii tlAti'mcnt fur Urn lirueAl ot sunVrrr ho
tnny l Klnilliirlt nniletnl. l'nr IS )ri 1 luve
been a great amierer from d)-iiH.'nla mid
Almoit aver)llilliR ! Me would dlttreii mo. I
tried different treatment aud mrdlcluti, but
, falletl to reullio rclluf. Two years sro & friend
1 I'ri.v.illeil upon nut to try llooit'i .Snn.ii.irlllA.
I ho flrit li.'ttln I notlred helped Hie, lc I con
tinued t.iklnx It. It Old me so much Rood that
In) trlemli spoke of Iho linjiroremenl. 1 hat
rect'lted such Kreat benefit from It that
Clarify Recommend It.
, I now tmvu nn eaeelleut aiipttto mid nothing I
1 eat ever Ulureties me. It alio kcupi up uir
! Hood's" Cures
1 II fill and MretirUi. I cannot pr.ihn Mood's
S irMp.irlll i ton iiiui-Ii" Mux, II. M. 1'kck,
Tracj. t.tUt.irm.k. (et HOODS.
Hood's Pills ore lull' nude, and petted
In proportion and appearance. Mo. a boi.
i Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
I Hoi" Acnt" fn" tho ItopnMIr of llnwn'l.
htrnck my More during
December. It wa a
Mronir, vigoiott, lull
grown affair, nnd had no
respect fo. otic r people's
f. cling. It would push
its way in through the
front door rummage
among my eh .'ice guod.i,
t ar down, pick to pieces,
growl at every! hing ex
cept theqtuhly and prte. ,
buy a paper of Inir . r a
Silk Dr ss, go out. aud
u ill'- back in a rdiort
time rciufoiced by neigh
boring cyclones. This
nagging during the
month has mat
before my tunc,
standing in the middle of
the s ore at 12 p. m. on
December III, I8H, I
was jlnd to iay "Pan."
Keel somewhat better this
week and have arrived at
the conchirion that I w'nl
hold my Annual Clear
ance Sale Now a clear
ance sale may mean noth
ing or every thing. In my
leare 't means everything.
I h ive a largo assortment
of goods on hand that 1
must get rid of lufoio
the return of next Atin
tr.ilia. 1 must have sheif
room and to get it 1 am
prepared to make it sticri
lice. Everything must
be sold. How each week
I am going to offer some
thing special, this time it
is millinery. Nowhere
in Honolulu can you buy
1 hits aud all the attach
ments thereto for the next
wci k as cheap as nl
Ugan's. No other house
iu the city can sell these
goods at five on the SI.
We can't keep it up long,
but will endeavor to sat
isfy everybody as long
as the llitts and bY'iithcr
last. And remember that
you gel two dollars'
worth for one of King
Kalakaua's silver cart
wheels. 'J hat Tireless Toil r,
.J. .1. KUAN,
Mutual Telephone Go.
ELECTION Ol' OFFIOEUS.
TTltK ADJOUHNKI) ANNUAL
i McTtliiKof tlu.i Compiiuy IihM Nov.
IIJUi, I bill, lliu fellnwlnt; OlllciTH imu
tleutt'il fur I liu i'IhiiImh juurt
Win. (J. Irwin I'rodMunt
Ccoll llruwn Vico-i'rt-tilUfiit
J u I lies (':iiiIh'I1, Uoiliruy llrown. II. A.
Wiileiiiuuu, J. K. 1 1 row n uiuf W. K.
A l l)irM!tnrN' uieetlliK ' Nev. 'JO, IbIM,
ui.ilur iIhi Ily-luws of lliu Company, (iir
ilicr flictlinis wvjh iiiiulu iu fulluws:
J, I', lliimn til'iirutury
Kinllrey lliiiwu Treasurer
0. O. lii-rucr Auditor
J V. lUtOWN,
IlKV-tm Hecrutury Mutuiil. Tel. Co.
'Pill: ANNUA I. MEKriNO OP THE
JL )(!MII.I!.ll OlllCKKr Ol.tlll Is KI3t-
Milied until TUESDAY. January 'JJd.
V. J I. IvlTOAT,
INT. S. S-A.OHCS
The Popular Millinery House,
104 Fort St,
This delicious temperance drink not only (pienches
thirst, but promotes and preserves good health.
There's no drink iu the world like HIKES' ROOT
HEKTi, in composition, iu preparation, or in popula
rity. Its wonderful success is a matter of history,
aud can only be explained by the fact that people
everywhere recognize and appreciate its health and
pleasure-giving qualities. Thoy will not drink tin.
worthies and injurious substitutes.
liST Ask your storekeeper for it. Made only
by The Charles M Hires Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
"We have iimciI over three dooii botllcH of Hires' Koot Ilcer thin uii
hoii, untl liml ft the uuMt delicious mid hculthftil drink in the market. Jau.
K. IIammkk, 112(1 2.1 Ave., Alteon., li., U. S. A."
"We have lined your Hoot Jiecr in our family over three years, winter
and HiminiT. and would not do without it. We drink it instead of water.
Mi LiiTiNrorr, Cor. 2.1 and I'ino Sts., Canitdn, X. J U. S. A.
Iloimo.v Dm;(j (Jomi'.vn'y Wholesale Druggists
Ukxmjn, Smith & Company "
IJoi.M.vi'Kit Dituu Company, Ltd.. . . "
Lkwis it Company Grocers
1. W. McCHESNEY & SONS
ror the Holiday Trade a Full Assortment of
General Gruceries. Families who wish to buy
wholesale (hy the case or oriyinal package) can
nave money hy calling on us. Wc especially call
your attention to our large stock of Fxtra Fine
Granulated Sugars in Barrels, II alj Barrels and
Bags. Also a full assortment of Cutting's Extra
Fine, Table Fruits at low prices.
Temple of Fashion
SI Fort Street.
n December 1, 1801, we will begin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tlio Bale will coiitlniiu durliiB tlm KNTIHK MONTH OK DKCKM-
....... n WI'UUB IU UO UI8U!MMl
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
Boots, Shoos and Qont's Furnishing GoodB.
M- An Immense Ansjrtmcnt ot TOY 8 P0K 0UK1BTMAH - ff
m:. G. SILVa, . - Proprietor,
Ul, COIIll Ul ,