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SUNDAY IN ARMS.
A Wdek of Rebellion Closes in
Somi False Alums and Ftck'e s Shoot
ing THE FOLIOE OONTINOENT.
Thoy Mako Good Progress in Ex
ploring tin) Wilda.
Deputy Marshal Urown, Senior
Captain l'nrker and tlio squad of
unlive police ronuhod tint top of
J'nitoa Valley on Saturday nftoruoou.
Thoy loft tlio hornes, winch woro re
turned to town. They scoured tlio
valloy and oiug noross reached Mil
lion Valloy at 7 o'clock I lint evening.
Tracks ol niou woro iliscovorcd on
tho way, ns well as broken branches
and twigs. A descent was made into
Mnnou Valley. Half way down n
half bair of paiai was found. The
and inuflt have been
hurry. Captain Zioglor's
company, wuicn was utotioueil in
Manoa Valley, caw the uiuu coining
down tho valley, and not knowing
them to be police ollicers loaded the
howitzer with shell. Everything
was in readiness for a warm recep
tion when some of the men espied
Senior Captain i'arker walking
ahead. The ollicers were pretty well
tired out and their shoes were lorn.
A message was sent into towii by
assistant drill master Kauluae for
shoos and provisions. The ollicer
arrived in town only to hear the sad
news of the deatli of his infant
child. Ollicer Jim Kupihua arrived
in town at 'J:'M o'clock this morning
with another message for the Mar
shal. Deputy Marshal Brown bad
caui-od tho arrest of forty-two of the
native residents of Mauoa Valley,
and ho wanted more men to bring
thorn into town.
Six relief horses were soul out
eaily this morning for the ii?o of
moAsoiigors, and at 10:!W o'clock a
Miund of men, with shoos and provi
sions, was sent out. Tho scouting
parly will continue to Wainlao,
where Cecil Brown and V. II. Itioo
with n miuad are awaiting them.
The ollicers located I'uKila'n grave
in Manoa Valley. A mound was uo
ticed and on investigation it was
found to bo tho grave. Tuo plueo
huu beeu marked.
Iuuoctmt Lives EndauKurod in Shoot
ing ut u Stray Durky
Clerk Thompson of tho police
station and two of tho mounted
patrol were loading six relief horses
out to Mauoa at 5:30 this morning.
When tln-y reached tho front gate
to the Executive building, Thomp
son was called to a halt by the
sentry. He replied to the challenge
by saying, "Mounted patrol with re
lief liorsos," but Limit. Torbort
ordered them inside the yard until
ho should consult Col Fisher.
Just thou a stupid uegio came
along, who did not heed tho chal
lenge. A sentry lired seven shots at
the darky without bringiug him
down. One of tho bullets struck
the Gibson premises occupied by
Dr. McLennan. It perforated a Japa
nose screen and crashing through
a window passed near tho head of a
boy servant. Continuing its course
the bullet wont through tho walls
of tho house, also a fence beyond,
uud was found in tho yard of a na
tive's house in rear of the Chinese
store at Queen and Richards street.
Dr. McLoiiuaii, who traced tho mis
sile's career, has tho balloted relic
in his possession.
Col. Fisher gave orders to tho sen
try to let all patrolmen pass.
Since tho report in Saturday's is
sue the following arrests been
made up to a Into hour this morn
ing. i'risouers of war Itnhort I'alau,
Chas. Warron, J. V. liipikimo, Moo
pali, J. llauupau.
On the Marshal's order Sam.
For invest igalion Makanui (w.).
Jos. Kalaio boy), Naeole.
For conspiracy Geo. Fredonberg.
G. C. Koiiyou, Sam Knlnlau, Isaac
Kohala, V II. Kealak.ii, C. B. Mailo.
Up till midnight six persons wore
brought into tho station for being
Seventeen persons wore detained
at Palolo for investigation. Thoy
are mostly charged with giving aid
ami shelter to the rebels.
Detective Larson's men arrested
I'alau and Warren at Wailupe, a
place near Koko Head. Two tueu
were loft at a house where the two
rebels had boon fed. Ed Dowsett,
Sain Kim and Dick Kekoua went
out to look for rebels. Bipikaue was
seen coming from Koko Head along
a pathway togethor with Moepnli.nnd
Joe Puiii went out to meet them.
Thoy gave themselves up at once.
Bipikauo said he was afraid of tho
haole, but when ho saw a native olli
cer ho knew he would bo well treat
ed. BuiT Moepali is a painter and
was lately employed in painting the
steamer Miknfinla. Upton and Hit
bus of tho Citizens' Guard were do
tailed to bring the prisoners in from
Charles Warren, at one time a
lieutenant in the Household Guards,
when Sam Nowloiu had comtuaud,
and It, I'alau. another ex-soldier,
wero arrested in a little fishing hut
at Wailupe. Tho mon vory tnookly
gave theuicolves up. Larson's men
mndo tho arrest. When akod what
thoy wero doing thorn they replied
that thoy wore out there fishing.
Both men wero lieutenants of Cap
tain Nowloin's equad of rebels.
Four prisoners of war woro brought
in from Waialao at 10:50 last night.
One was abovo middle age and an
other was a niDro boy.
Wm K. Pun was surrendered by
his father, D. W. Pun, an 11 o'clock
Sunday morning. William while
with the rebels accidentally shot
himself in the hand. Ho managed
to pass all tho lines of sentries, and
crossing Nuuauu Valloy reached tho
parental abode at 1'alauia. Tho
quoBtiou was gouornl yostorday, "If
I'ua got across Nuuantt, what was to
proveut Wilcox from escaping tho '
same way J"
Tho undersigned, whoio clerks
and otnployos aro on Govornmout
service, grant thetn a leave of ab
sence until relieved by the Govern
ment, and thoy will receive full
pnv while ab.'itit:
Wllder's Steamship Co., C. L.
Wilder & Co., LAI.
H. Jlackfcld A: Co.
W. G. Irwin it Co., Ll'd.
Claus Sprockets & Co.
Castlo At Cooke.
J. T. Waterlinu.
C. Biower A: Co., Lt'd, G. II. Rob
Inter-inland Steam Navigation
M. Phillips A: Co.
F. A. Sehnefor Ac Co.
T. IT. Davies Ac Co., per Thomas
M. S. Gniibautn Ac Co., Ll'd, per
M. W. McChesnoy Ac Sons.
California Feed Co.
Uollister Drug Co , Lt'd, per
Lewis Ac Co.
II. S. Tregloan Ac Son.
13 O. Hall Ac Son, Lt'd, per W.
Many others would have attached
their signatures but time was limit
ed and thoy wore not called upon.
Thoresu Turns Up.
Theresa, tho mistress of Wilcox,
about whose whereabouts there had
been much speculation, was found
at Moaunlua by Capt. Campbell yes
terday. He brought herself and
baby to the station, and later escort
ed her to her house in town. She
had not been with Robert in his
campaign. A detective said at the
station that ho know Theresa was a
strong supporter of the Government,
and that her paramour had often
tried to thrash the loyally out of
II was reported last night that 15
natives were drunk in Pauoa and lia
ble to do mischief. CapUiu Me-
Stocker and 15 men of tho Citizens'
Guard wout out and found five na- ,
tives on a spree. Tho captain of the
guard gave them a shnrp reprimand
but uiado no arrest". Twenty sharp
shooters had iu the meantime hurri
ed to tho support of the guardsmen.
I' C. Jones was found out there with
two prisoners iu hand.
13. C Crandiill.a late arrival iu the
country, wns seriously injured at
Waialao yesterday. He was thrown
from bis hon-o violently to tho
ground. A w.-ikou was sent from I
town to convey him to his home at !
Wnikiki, 11. M. Dow going as armed
ofoort to the driver. Graudnll was
in such pain that ho had to be lifted
very tenderly into tlio wagon.
Not a Fight.
It was reported Inst night that 11
shots had been fired by the rebels at
the Government picket near tho Pali
and that four sliotK had been fired
iu reply. Lieutenant Conies of the
mounted patrol went to investigate
tho matter, and on coming back re
ported that all tho firing was done
by the Government men.
Tho Meat Supply.
Thoro is no change in the prico of
beef, notwithstanding a shortage iu
the supply. The item in Saturday's
issue, htating that there was an
advance of six cents a pound, was
not trim. There will bo a supply of
mutton by the steamer Leliua, ex
pected on Wednesday.
Humor About- Owner.
Sergoaut Osmor of Co. A, who was
posted ns a deserter from tho fight
at Wnikiki, was yesterday reported
to have boon found by Captain Par
ker doing scouting duty with Cecil
Brown's parly. If this true it will
spoil tho subject of a groat many
jokes ut the station.
Tho following named were released
from custody ou Saturday: John
Andrade, James Speucor and Anlono
da Rego. The first two woro held
for investigation and the last was
suspected of having carried arms for
Squad 8 stationed on the King
street bridge are very grateful to
Itev. F. W. Damon for a liberal sup
ply of collee, sandwiches and dough
nuts every midnight for tho past
week. They vote Mr. Damon a jolly
Lieutenant Coyne and a detach
ment of Co. B are picketed along the
Manoa road from Berotauia street to
tho Montauo residence. They are
leading a regularcamp life, and wore
having their hot colTee when the re
lief horses wore taken up.
Nakookoo did not confess to hav
ing started the fire iu Kaaliuiuauu
W. J. Smit It's seaside house on the
beach beyond tho signal stntiou,
which was occupied by tho rebels, is
considerable of n wreck, Tho dam
ago appears to have been done wan
tonly with axes.
Detective To in a, the Japanese
sleuth, was doing sontry duty ou
King street yostorday.
Nowleio, Widemann, Greg and
Parker ToaCufld the Button The Citi
zens' Guild Did the Ml
Samuel Nowloiu, Carl Widoinann,
W H. C. Groig and Louis Marshall
were brought to tho Police Station
at 12::i0 p. in. to-day. Tho story of
Ibis important capture is as follows:
Through information furnished
by Captniu Parker at 12 o'clock
midnight, Marshal Hitchcock and
Henry Walerhoueu wont out to Mo
iliili and arrested a native named
Piefina, whom they brought to tho
Pol oo Station.
Paeaina was examined at H:!U)
o'clock t his morning by Chief Justice
Jutld and W. A. Ivinnoy, attorney.
By degrees thoy elecited most valua
ble information from tho prisoner.
Ho said that on Wednesday even
ing at 7 o'clock he went to William
Auld who was staying at tho house
of Charles Lucas to ask for a boat.
Ho brouuht tho answer back to Sam.
Nowloiu that thoro was no boat loft,
but only canoes.
Paeaina gave tin
gavo tho natno oi a gin
who had carried supplit's of beef,
I poi and fish to Nowleiu's pan. 7
I I no girl was found and saui
, thoy would find Nowloin and
I two or three foreigners, or half
, whites, in a clump of lautann scrub
i at a place designated.
Tho spot is about 1000 feet from
tho Moiliili church. All the mem
bers of the Citizens' Guard in tho
vicinity woro summoned, and thoy
1 formed a complete cordon around
A boy was sent into tho scrub
witli a message to Nowloiu and his
comrades that thoy had better stir
1 render peacefully.
This gentle hint was immediately
I taken by Nowlein, who emerged
I along with Widemann, Groig mid
Marshall, without arms, and surren
dered to W. A. Kinney and Prof. M.
Nowloiu and tho rest shook hands
with their captors.
In the uieautiuiu tho Marshal had
! sent out a detachment of 12 mere
Tho prisoners woro sent into town
iu hacks, escorted by members of
the Citizen's Guard.
It was 0:10 a. in. when Paeaina
was brought to the station.
The military forces wero not in it
ou this important occasion. It was
a sort of miscellaneous gathering of
police llicors mid citizens, tho latter
Among those who woro "iu at the
death" were Capt. McSloekr, T. B.
Marray, Prof. Scott, W. A. Kin
noy, Henry Waterhouse. Inspector
General of Schools A. T. Atkinson,
O. B. Ripley, J. II. Black. D. II.
Davis, W. Liither Wilcox, Meinecke,
H. M. Dow, T. P. Sovorin, Robert
McDonald, Pat Higgins, C. A.
Brown, Bert Peterson, Hermann
Kaotili Ulio policeman who was
dangerously wounded by Caeceres,
when tho latter murdered ollicer
Kauhaiio) Arch. Gilfillnn, John
Oudorkirk and others.
Henry Waterhouso g'ves all the
credit to Captain Parker, who ob
tained the duo that led to tho all
The Citizens' Guard are entitled
to no small share of credit for the
denouement. Thoy have all
I through tho present trouble been to
the immediate front whenever there
was danger to bo faced. Organized
I more to protect the homes of Houo
lulu than to prosecute an aggresoivo
I warfare in tho bush, the Citizens'
Guard have been ready for any call,
j day or night, to do duty miles away
i from their homes.
What most people expected that
Captain Parker and tho gallant na
tive police would not be 18 hours
out without rounding up the game
has boon realized.
Nothing remains to seal the com
plete success of the Government, in
suppressing this dangerous uprising,
but thocapturo of Robert W.Wilcox,
the chief and mainspring of tho
Nowloiu, however, has boon re
garded by many as a more skillful
and plucky commander than Wilcox
with all his fine education. His cap
ture is, therefore, not merely a break
ing of the back of the robelliou
which was really accomplished after
the bursting of a shell iu the rebel
camp ou tho Moiliili knoll hut it
may be regarded as a pulverizing
blow to the insurrection.
The capture of Wilcox will now bo
only a mere incident iu the history
of eight days of insurrection.
At 12:20 o'clock this afternoon
a telephone message was received at
the Polico Station from ollicer
Charles Opiiuui from Knmoilili stat
ing that Sam Nowloin, Carl Wido
inann, W. H. O. Groig and Louis
Marshall had surrendered themselves
near that place, and were being
brought into town on hack. At
12:15 o'clock five hacks came dash
ing along at breakneck speed through
Merchant street aud stopped in front
of tho Police Station.
Sam Nowloin and W. II. 0. Groig
woro in one hack and Carl Wido
mniiii nud Louis Marshall woro iu
auothor. In front and iu the rear
woro armed men iu carriages. A
largo crowd congregated iu front of
tho Station when it was learned that
Sam Nowloiu ami his confederates
had boon captured. The men wore
taken into tho Station. Sm Now
I loin occupied a chair while tho
1 others sat on a bench.
1 Nowloin woro a black felt hat,
black coat, a woolen shirt and dark
pants, an attlro ho has worn about
1 town during mornings. Ho wore a
, sickly smile and scorned to take his
I defeat much to heart. Now and
j then ho would affect a smile ou re
! cognizing an acquaintance.
' Carl Widoinann wore a black suit
I with shirt to match and a yachting
! cap. He appeared to have the snino
feeling as Nowloiu, and whispered a
; little to his companions. Tho hard
I travelling, hardships and privations
I of tho past woek had ovidently told
Groig woro a dark suit and shirt
and also a yachting cap. Marshall
woro a black felt hat and dark suit
and shirt. Thoso last named con
versed together and at times a smile
would spread out over their counte
nances. Marshall especially woro a
don't-care expression. Ho was tho
only one who had norve enough to
look out on the crowd as he was
driven through the street.
The prisoners wero kept in tho
receiving station about half an hour,
when they wero taken below and
soarchod. Only pocket knives woro
found in their persons. Against
their names on tho Police Station
record was entered the term "prison
ers of war."
1 ho Informor.
Paeaina, tho native who located
the hiding place of tho men to the
authorities, is the same who was ap
prehended iu the act of carrying a
note from Wilcox to Theresa. Tho
note contained a rotiuost that boats
be sent to Diamond Head for tho
men to escape to Molokai with.
Account by l'rof. Scott.
Professor M. M. Scott was inter
viewed while he vsas perusing a copy
of the Bui.i.ktin extra in this olllco.
He gave the following interesting
"I mot Dr. McGrew iu tho street
to-day, whom I had not seen for
SSyorM day. and he said:
''Let's takO-' r''l0 Waialao way.'
"So we took a pistol ajjK'u '
couple of held glasses. YostopM.u
on tho right of a point a little be
yond the bridge, where there is an
artesian well at which wo wanted to
have a drink
"Wo woro standing there only a
few minutes when Kinney came
aloiigwilh Henry Waterhouse. Thou
wo saw a squad of tho Citizens'
Guard going round by the hills to
surround a sort of amphitoator.
"Kinney said: Scott, you stay
there, am) Doctor guard tho bridge.
"Pretty soon Mr. Kiuuoy camo
back anil said that he had informa
tion that Nowloin and his party
were in there, pointing a a grovo of
"I told him if t lint was so thoy
must be iu that chapparal along the
stream whore tlio bush is very thick.
"Ho said: 'That house has fed
them since last Monday." poiutiug
to a house just abovo tlio bridge,
and he wont up there mid got olf his
horse, came back and said that a
boy up there had told him thoy were
just below us in that bunch of 'clue,'
as tho native call it, or mimosa.
"Ho had made the boy promise to go
iu and ask them to surrender. Thou,
after the boy had gone into the
bushes, Nowloiu walked up, follow
ed by Widemann, Groig and Mar
shall. "Kinney told them they could not
go to the bridge, but to a point
above it. They had no arms. Wo
shook hands with them and laugh
ingly passed the compliments of
the day with them, ami asked them
if they wore hungry. Thoy replied
they were not, as they hail been well
fed ever since coming to tho place.
"1 drove iu Nowloiu and Groig. I
do not know who drove iu Wide
mann and Marshall. I talked to
them freely coming iu, aud asked
Nowloiu if ho was in the Diamond
"He said, 'No,' that ou Monday all
the natives following him throw
their arms down aud said it was no
use to tight.
"Nowlein asked mo if they had gol
many arms 1 told him thoy had
picked thorn up now aud then.
"Ho said that whenever tho na
tives heard there was no racket
going on in town, thoy gave up.
"1 asked him what object they
had in starting tlio insurrection ou
that particular evening, and he said
ho was not thoro and did not know
Ho was much interested iu the fato
of Wilcox, asking anxiously if thoy
had caught him.
"Nowlein said that when the na
tives threw down thoir arms, Groig
had advised him that there was uo
use iu holding out."
It was A. T. Atkinson who drove
Widoinann and Marshall into town.
THIS DAY'S DOINQO.
Position of tho Qovoruraont Forco
Tho City Well Ouardud
Nuuauu Valloy and tho Pali aro
well guarded by 10 mou of Co. C,
volunteers, under the coinmaud of
Capt. Catuara. Thoy are stationed
at the Electric Light Station aud
seven tnou (Citizens' Guard) utider
Alf. Carter are stationed at the Pali.
One man tried to pass over to tho
13wa side last night, and Capt.
Camara's tnou lired on him, but no
escaped iu tho brush. The boys
stand 12 hour watches at this sta
tion. Two mou became exhausted
and unfit for duty night before last
and two more last night. Another
was soiit home with a bad attack of
rheumatism. The firing at tho Pali
last night was done by timid guards.
Mon of Co. C, voluutours, under
Lieut. Costa, aro stationed at tho
back of Punchbowl, at the begin
ning of the road lending to Tau
talus. Thoy have been there since
Wednesday last and aro getting vory
tired and long for action.
Co, A, volunteers, under Captain
Smith, are stationed at tho Luualilo
Homo. Thoy are 10 strong and aro
the most iiloasnntly situated of auv
of the inilitnr, Thoy have four tentsy
to Bleep in, and thoir commissary
department !b carefully looked af
ter. Thoy have named thoir station
Camp smith in honor oi motr uap
tain. Their patrol extends from
tho base of Punchbowl to Punahoii.
They wish to thank tho following
ladies for favors rocoived: Mrs. W.
C Wilder, Mrs Ziegler, Mrs. Fetter
! and tlio Forbes family. I hoy re
! ceived from an unknown friend a
present of a Hawaiian flag and have
it hoisted iu front of headquarters.
Ten tnou were given passes this fore
neon to visit town. Thoy all return
ed before noon.
J. L. Osmor, whom the Advertiser
had in Fauuing's Island one woek
and in Chicago tho next, is on duty
at Camp Smith.
MEETING OF COUNCILS.
Nominations for Vacancies Caused
There was a mooting of the 13xecu
tlvo and Advisory Councils this
afternoon. Nominations were made
to fill the four vacant seats caused
by tho resignation of moinlers who
have boon elected to tho Legisla
ture. Tho Councils thou adjourned
until Wednesday afternoon. The
nominations are as follows:
Prof. F. A. Hosmer, Dr. C.
Wood, George B. Castlo, J.
Kennedy, Dr J. S. McGrew, L,
McCaudloss, Prof. Froiu aud P,
Wilcox's Location Surmlsod.
Nothing has beeu seen of Robert
Wilcox aud his men up to 2 p. in. It
is surmised that ho is iu tlio Nuuauu
ridge abovo Luakaha. His coat was
Wilcox has only five mou with
him and thoy are all natives. A
meeting will bo held this evening
to decide what shall be done in re
gard to tho capture of the remain
To day is the second nniiiv.-rs.iry
of the attempt of Queen Liliuoka
lani to promulgate a new constitu
tion, which lid to the los of her
throne and the estahlinhuioiil of tho
Republic on tho ruins of the King
dom of Hawaii. Tho new Govern
ment has reason to be proud of aud
grateful for the events of this day
which i?.r,'v" ',s stability.
Captain I'arker with his band of
regular police will bobioiight round
this afternoon into Manoa Va'ley.
Captain Z-egler's regular military
company (F) aro now at the head of
Mauoa Valley. The base of opera
tions for thocapturo of Wilcox and
the remnant of ids followers is ex
pected to bo back of the Manoa
Kauai Nntivos Had n t'olutHr.
Tin unlives ou Knuai received the
first news of the insurrection by the
steamer Mikahala. They had an
inkling that something was wrong,
and expected to hear of something
far more formidable than what real
ly had happened.
At 2:20 this afternoon John II
Wise, Hawaiian, was received as a
prisoner of war.
None of the iidaud steamers will
leave port this evening.
The American League is Hying its
large Hag in houor of the capture
of the rebel chieftains, as well as of
tho second anniversary of the
Queen's attempt to promulgate a
now constitution which led to the
founding of the Uepublic.
In one of the beach houses that
had b-eu occupied by tho rebels,
visitors to the locality yostorday re
port, is hanging Bipikauo's umbrella
with his iinmu ou it. There are
other umbrellas there, lesides a
guitar ami other articles.
Detective Larsen and three of his
men explored a largo territory tho
other Hide of Diamond Head yester
day. All tlmj fnii tul was the wreck
age of a cart aud harness shewn for
a long distance over the roadside.
The ca.ituiu, ollicers and ciow of
the islam! steamers in port have to
stay on board their steamers and
keep watch night and day.
Several busses were sent to Wai
alao at 2:.') o'clock this afternoon
for tho members of tho police under
Deputy Marshal Brown and Senior
Captain Parker. They will bo sent
into Mauoa Valloy.
Sixty one prisoners have been ar
rested altogether iu Mauoa and Pa
lolo Valleys. They will roach town
To Chief Justice Judd, A.T.At
kinson and Heury Waterhouse, espe
cially, tho Bullktin is indebted for
quick answering of all iutorrotratious
of our reporter after tho arrival of
PUT IN IIKl'AIlt AND UtiPl.AUi:
n Its fiiriurr eomt tin i uruv iim to
tlm rucunt tiro, III- Iniililiiii; imiiieiliutely
iitljuluh k mill Ihi uw iliu iri'iultt3 of tho
uiulurnlKiiixl en Kiiiilitimunu drool hi He
uoriluiieti with vpeclllcatluna in lunula of
die unilemlKiiL'd ami fur hmx'utloii in their
Tumlers wilt he received at the olllco of
the iiuilHrgiuned lie to IU noun on WED
NESDAY, the tilth hmmiil.
V. A HUHAEKKK.tCO.,
Agents of the MnploUuri; Klre Iim, Co.
Honolulu, Jan. II is:i: i'.i-:t
NOTICE IB HKItKltY UIVEN TO A!,!,
jiernoiiH tlmt tln-rt- nru at the (Iovltii
merit 1. uud ut Muklkl, Jan. 10, WXi, 3
Estrny Hurnes, viz.:
1 llhiclcMuro brand d "V it." hind left
t Koan llorue liran 'ed K Wo" hind I- ft
foot, while aiMit forehead.
I II tick lloru hrunded "K H" hind rlt;ht
foot, while spot fo eh ud.
Any jiersou or itersonii owning tlime
uninmls o r.'iiioted ti come and take
tint humid (ill ut hofurt) 'l o'ulock noon, Jail
VU, IS(i5. othur ho xatd anlinaU will be mim!
ut iiuhllu am tiou (in phM dute and hour,
IJU-ai Pound Maotar.
FOB BALK OUEAP
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a few llrakeu both Now
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W. W. Wit QHT.
Honolulu, Carriage MTy.
rsr. s. Sachs,
The Popular Millinery House,
104 Fort St,
This delicious tcmpi-runce drink not only (iuG,clR'Ri
thirst, but promotes and preserves good health.
There's no drink iu the world like HIRES' HOOT
HE Bit, in composition, in preparation, or in popula
rity. Its wonderful success is a matter of history,
and can only be explained by the fact that people
everywhere recognize judJ appreciate its health and
pleasure-giving qualities. They will not drink the
worthless and injurious substitutes.
"We liuvu used over throe dozen hotllen of Hires' Hoot Ileer this seu
ton, aud find It the most delicious and healthful drink iu the market. Jas.
F. JIammimi, 1 120 "-M Ave., Altoona, l'u., U. 8. A."
"We have tiM.d your Hoot Uuer iu our family over three years, winter
uud MinuuiT. uud would not do without it. Wo drink it instead of water.
Miss l.ii'i'i.sroii, Cor. Jd and fine Sts., Camedn, N. J U. 8. A.
IIoiiuoN' Dhuu Company
Uknson, Smith & Company
noi.M-.Tnu Duuu Company,
Lkwis it Company
1. W. McCHESNEY & SONS
Offer for the, Holiday Trade a Full Assortment of
General Groceries. Families who wish to buy
whohsulc (by the case or original package) can
save money by calling on us. We especially call
your attention to our large stock of Extra Fine
Granulated Sugars in llarrels, Half Jian-cls and
Hags. Also a full assortment of Cutting's lixtra
Fine Table Fruits at low prices.
Temple of Fashion
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tho Halu will continue durhiK tho KNTIHK MONTH OK DK0BM
Hi: It. The lloodn io he dlK)l of, conlst of
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
Boots, Shoos and Gent's Furnishing Goods.
An Immense Assortment
your storekeeper for it. Made only
E. Hires Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
1, 1891, wo will begin our
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