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EXECUTIVE BUILDING. J
Honolulu, II. 1., Jauuary 7, l8(.)o.J
Tho riKht of WHIT OF HABEAS
COIU'US !s hereby suspended aud
MARTIAL LAW is iuatituted and
established fiiroughotit the Island
of Oahu, to cotitinuu until further
uotlee, during which time, however,
the Courts will continue in session
aud conduct ordinary buaiuess as
usual, except as aforesaid,
liy tho President:
SAN'FOKD li. DOLE,
President of the Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Republic of Hawaii
Honolulu, II. I., January 7, lS'.Ci.
General Order No. 13.
AH persons in the District of Ho
nolulu except those engaged in the
Military or Police Forces of tho
Government, who have in their pos
session any arms or ammunition, arc
hereby ordered to produce the same
at the Marshal's OUico before twelve
o'clock noon to-morrow, January 8,
Any such persons in whoso posses
sion any Arms or Ammunition are
found after that hour will be liable
to summary arrest and imprison
ment, and the Arms aud Ammuni
tion to confiscation.
By order of the Commander-in-Chief,
J NO. H. SOPEK,
Republic of Hawaii
HONOLULU, II. I., JAN. , ISIC1.
General Orders No. 14.
No person whatsoever will bo al
lowed to pass through tho lino or
sentries now maintained from Palolo
to Nuuauu Valleys inclusive, nor to
leave the port of Honolulu for the
other Islands without a Pass from
General Or Regimental Headquar
ters. By order of tho Commander-in-Chief,
JNO. H. SOPER,
Under MARTIAL LAW every
person found upon tho streets or
iu auy public place between the
9:80 P. M. and 5 A. M.
will bo liable to nrrost, unless pro
vided with a pass from Military
Hoadquarters or the Marshal's
Tho gathering or crowds is pro
hibited. Anyone disturbing the peace or
disobeying orders is liable to sum
mary arrest without warraut.
"By ordor or tho Cominaudor-in-
J. H. SOPER,
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying witter rate, ure hereby not tiled
that tho hours (or irrigation purposes tiro
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m,, and 5 to 0
o'clock p.m. A. I1KOWN,
Superintendent Honolulu Wuter Works.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, May 23, 18'Jl. 1183-If
All bills for material or transporta
tion furuishod to the National
Guard to SATURDAY, January 12,
aro requested to bo handed to Mili
tary Headquarters not later than 1'2
o'clock MONDAY, January II.
Bills aro to bo made in duplicate
aud must state the uamo of tho per
son Riving tho order.
By order ol tho Commander-in-Chief.
JNO. II. SOPEK,
Adjutant-General's Otlleo, Janu
ary 12, ISO.-.. 2.'!.V2t
uIk gniljj gj lUdin.
flUuf(l to rfillrT iNVnl wrr forty,
tint hstubitshra for the lienefit 0 Alt
MONDAY, JAN 11, 18-G.
LOOAL A.HT) GKNKHAJL MEWB
Tho mouthly mooting of t ho Ho
nolulu Teachers' Association is post
poned until further notice.
F. A. Sehaofer A: Co. invito ten
ders for the repair of tho building
on Kaahutuauu street damaged by
Lewis J. Levey has a notice in
this issue to the effect that S. J.
Lovey is authorized to transact all
business for him during his absence.
Mechauics' Homo, corner Hotel
aud Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 50
cents per night; $1 aud f 1.25 per
lu the midst of war's alarms the ,
voico of tho Hawaiian Hardware i
Company is hoard crying the good
news of labor-saving devices in the
arts of peace.
Seven of tho Japanese who were
concerned in the strike at Kekaha
plantation wore convicted of assault I
on Saturday last and sentenced to I
bo imprisoned at hard labor. I
There wore no services in Central
Union Church yesterday. Bishop
Willis hold a short service at St. An
drew's Cathedral, assisted by the
visiting Nestorian presbyter.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
And organ maker mid tuner, can fur
nish heiit factory references. Order?
loft at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to lie the name as done
ti r !:. i i '
King street to tho store of Chris
Uertz, Fort street. There ho will I
repair waicnes ami mauo souvenir
spoons and jewelry of every descrip
tion. Having been tho practical
watchmaker for Wouuor ti Co. ten
years, he needs no pulling.
At -1 :.'I0 o'clock yesterday afternoon
at Palaiua, Will Prostidgo and Miss
Abbie Kealoha were united in mar
riage I) Rev. J. Waiamau. A In an
followed about two hours later, to
which a few atteuded by invitation,
owing to tho stringent requirement?
of martial law. Tho few who at
tended enjoyed themselves iu a quiet
way and n-tired early.
Tim main or the steamer Iwalani
took an impromptu bath yesterday
morning near the I. I. S. N. Co.'s
wharf. The mate was riding a bi
cycle and going too near the edge of
the wharf tumbled over, wheel aud
all. He catiiH to the surface sputter
ing but left tho wheel at the bottom.
A grappling hook was secured and
the wheel was fished up on the first
Htinr Mtltulmhi from Kmmt
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Htnir Mtlailiftlu 3850 Ijurb HUgnr and 8
From Knuiit, per stmr Mlkaliulu, Jnn 14
- (ifo 11 1'urln Hiid wif, II Onmnl, J V
Kurley. J K -Miller. V KiiwUeu. W H Illce,
Jr. 1 K lie In Vergne, Jas T Hteuiirl, i
( hliiaiiiiin ai.d IU deck.
Tt's almost as easy for a
horse fed on California
Feed Co.'s Hay and
Grain to draw his load
as it is for this big eh -pliant
to draw his. We
pay the highest price and
get the bent there is to
be had. Our prices are
as low as tho lowest.
Prompt delivery. Both
Telephones 121. . .
HONOLULU TEAOHEltS' ASSOCI
ATION. rpllK MONTHLY MKKTINO OV THE
1 above Association Is postponed until
further notice. J. l.IUHTKOOT,
fMJ'SJ V. . -- 1 .7X&il
January 14, 1S05.
In purchasing ;i sewing ma
chine it is advisable (0 select
the one that will do the most
work. Any machine will sew
one stitch but there is only one
that will sew three and that
one is the Wertheim for which
we arc the Agents. During
the past few years a machine
has been on the market that by
changing several paits and put
ting on an attachment two
separate stitches may be made.
The bother in changing, how
ever, has been so great that
owners of the machines have
taken the lesser evil and done
their work with one stitch.
The "Wertheim" is construct
ed on such simple lines that to
change from the lock to the
chain stitch is less work than
to thread a needle, and when
the stitch is made, found to be
as perfectly done as if the ma
chine sewed but one stitch.
For embroidery or any fancy
work the Wertheim excels be
cause the inventor included an
embroidery attachment among
., .e ,. , , . e .,
l"C nKlIllIOICl Dieting 01 me
"Wertheim." Perhaps the
greatest merit of the "Wer
theim" is the price. We sell it
fnr !; mrmrv tlvin vrm tviv
f ,. J .. , J
iui an uiuin.uy nmuiiiiu null
will do less work and is less
attractive in appearance. Our
stock of "Wertheims" includes
several styles of tables.
Some people burn candles at
night, some use peanut oil and
others kerosene. We do not
mean during the evening, but
through the still hours of the
Hiyllt wlldl "COCks CrOW and
.r10sls Walk." We've SOld ill!
, , ,
sorts of lamps for this purpose
and we have generally aimed
to get the best. A few days
ago we received an invoice of
lamps similar to the "Nutmeg"
but much better for the reason
that they have diminutive rc
llectors and an attachment
whereby they may be hung up
to the wall. They cost only
fifty cents and you get three
dollars worth of satisfaction
out of one of them.
The fruit is forming and in
a short time will be ready to
pick. With mangoes and alli
gator pears it is damaging to
have the fruit knocked from
the trees with stones or clubs.
We have imported recently a
new style picker that will bring
down the fruit as perfect as
when it leaves the tree. If you
want one of them without a
pole it costs you fifty cents
two bits extra if you take a
Honolulu has in it a very
large fish-eating community
and the man who invented the
Fish Scaler must have either
lived here or taken charge of
his own kitchen while the cook
was taking a holiday. They
are made like two saws run
ning parallel with a handle on
the end. All you have to do
is to take hold of the tail of the
fish and run your scaler over it
and your fish is as clean as a
whistle. You would be aston
ished at the rapidity with
which the work is accomplish
ed. Twenty-five cents is cheap
One of our tool boxes is the
handiest things in the world to
have about the house. There's
always more or less tinkering
to be done, not enough to
necessitate calling in a carpen
ter and too much for your ser
vant to do if he hasn't the
tools. Our family tool chest
fills a long-felt want in Hono
lulu and on the other Islands.
If you get one of them you
will never regret it.
Tbe Hawaiian Hardware Ce, LU.
THIS SPAOU 18
:m. s. uetvit.
Foiit Stiikkt, H. I.
a Lifetime !
The opportunity comes to u
man to do hiuipclf good,
oftce iu ii lifetime. Tlmt
once in now lit your coin
uiiiiiil. Wo have just re
ceived u complete stock of
'I'll in line of iccord licutcrc
we arc helling nt
$5.00 per Pair
pnc". noer ilru.um d of he
fore in thi coiiutiy. . .
We lire uftor the iih'ii'h i'o
Initio and we are boiiik to
Christmas Cards !
Water Color Girds of
i : : A1.BO : : :
Send SoinHihlng Hawailau to Your
KING BROS.' ART STORE
HOP I11NG & CO.,
WW HOTKl. HTKKK'I
luiooiuii in I
WIiuImmIh llfnlnrN (n
Lprs ijiid laiiila ilipn
General Chinese Merchandise
- 8UUH -
ut inn, Uico, Minting
OMnew Hllfch, Tvbu, Ku.
English and AtnitrhwtD Grooonti
lly Kvery fumi 8tmiiipi
MlirtlAI, TKLKl'HONM 147.
DUHINCl THK AUSKNOR OK I.KWH
J. l.tivny lii.i iimlornl;uel ib author
hud to trnnsttut all business on litn liolmlf.
B. J. LKVUY.
Honolulu, Jan. 13, 1605. lJ5-:Jt
Too High !
Su Say thf Uninitiated
Do Not Be Deceived 1
Do No! receive Yourself I
Make linnext coni)nriotiillwl
brtinen St. l'rlcrsburi) and llmut
lulu, but between our price and
price prevailing in other ertablih'
menl 1IEIIK. IIV rr silling
a low a .Jf 12 per doten. Think
of it! flfura Solid Tea Spoon
of pood weiyht and site; heavier
pattern at the same low rate per
ounce. We further engrave inU
tint free of chante on all nur Sil
ver Ware; thus saving you many
more dollar, aud still further re
ducing the cost of our silver to you
over fifteen patterns to choose
We are selling Sterling Si'vir
CuJ' Unks for 7o and $1 prtsit;
and yet have never brngaed about
it; while the quality of our goods
has sttadily COAVi? UP, our
prices have constantly UONIi
The volume of busimss done
daily in our Store, is proof of the
appreciation laid by the general
public, of our immrnse ttock; of the
newnest of everything in it; of the
'use with which yunr want tan be
supplied. There i no need calling
your attention to Tllli QUA WW
of our Silver people know a good
thing when they fe it, and yon
know we buy only tin lust.
H. F. WIG&MAN,
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"B w - fu
P ' rn
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1 ;IS. A
5 lli Pi
Fine CaHBimoros. Sorgos,
Whita LlnoiiB, Eto.
Suits Made to Ordor
ON SHOUT NOTIOK.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
O. AKIMA, - - 40 Nuuauu Stroot.
THROAT COMFORT .
Nothing horetoforo known is
anything like so useful.
Kow aro so freo from catarrh
and other affections thai touch
the throat as to have no need
of relief from ''tickling" or
"dryness" or "rawness" or
" irritation " or "iuilammatioii"
of tho throat, or to have no
need of help iu the use of tho
voice, at in talking or reading
aloud or singing.
It iives tho throat rest.
Full HI'IIAKKUS AND
Throat Cojiiout will give
you such voico as is not to
be got in any othor way.
Such statements are com
inon; you don't believe it.
Try ono tablet lot it dis
solve in the mouth.
ItKI.IKI' OK PAIN.
In all painful throat diseases,
such as tonsilitis anil quinsy,
TniitiAT Comfoiit gies relief
beyond your ex)ectation.
Many troublesome thront
disorders are kept up by in
cessant "clearing of tho
throat " or by coughing. The
rest that Throat ConroiiT
gives, in such caes, is all that
is uocdod to let tho throat get
There is no harm in any
amount of it. It will not oven
upset tho stomach, unless
HI B$Hil IItoi
"o '. . n 'w-r'
fear The Automatic Pkaw, Skwxio Maciiink whh
tho Lutcst ModtTii Attachments suiluhlu for Liht and
Iluavy Work To 1'iiichtisi'r.s: IiiHtniotioiiH in Arifiune,
Tinsol, Sehnullo mid Fancy Wuihroidery Work will be given.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking- wuter (mould be hniled und filtered.
Tho O.vly Ukliaih.h "Wathu Filtku is the Slack Ac
BroWfllOW. They are mide on Keientifie prineiples. Tlny
are accessible in all parts and can be readily cleined.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LT
flORNMMl FOItT & MI3UCUANT STHGiSTS.
i.. H. KK lilt's
I HAVK JUST HKOKIVKD A
I.AHOK ABhOHTMKNT OK .
nuil I jsitost Stylos.
THKHK tlOOlia WILL K HOI.i) IN
ANY QUANTITY KUO.M A
100 Yards Down to Knough
to Make a Single Snitl
- AHl) AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. IJ. REUU, - Impohtku,
I QUKKN BTKBBT,
COM) IN THK HKAI).
At the beginning ol a
coltl, when you have tho
chilly feeling, a tablet every
ton or fifteen minutes will
generally prevent tho cold.
It is a tonic for tho
stomach as well as for tho
u B. Kerr
iK the only
man in Ho
t ISHS. OIHMtA .t CO. AUK ItK-
il L-uitliiK orilura lor I'laiitittiim Ijilior
tnixrrivo in -Miuvli li.'Xt. All tlitwo who
uluh Nliort'r:iHli"iilil jiluco their onlcrs 1m-niiilliiti-ly
with U. ft. llimriliimii, Aunt
fur tliu nnovu llriu. Oonillti us nru in-n-lloncil
iu iirosiKicliis: "To the I'lunleraot
Himall" O. K HIIAltDMAN.
liiS-tf AKi'ntferOKiirait Co.
l ONK UNDIVIDKU T .VENTlKriI
1 ulntru In ihu .Uiiipnttii of lloiiokim
bltnato iu South Ktuiu 11 -wull, containing
an urru of (itf.S Auroa, aiul hulug Apulia 1)
ot It. I'. Vaol, I.. O. A. 1713. Thuru uro 3Ji
11-10 AcrrB to uvery shnre. This lunil ml
joln.i Kiiluhlkl on tho South uml i ft vulu
utile property. A uood deal of it Ih unit
nlilu for I'nllt'o, m.il Hih ImluncH for p:intnr
ityu. It lies ntar llnokura lamlliiK. 1'rli'o
$tt0. Tltln purfuct; wiirrunty uucil, au-
KiiowietiKuti nun Biuinppii, Kiveu io pur-
chaser. 1'or further imrtluulura at
J, .M. .MONSAUH
Honolulu, January 4, 18!).).
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