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Honolulu, II. 1., Jauuary 7, 18U5.J
Tho right of WKIT OF HABEAS
COIl PUS is lioroby Biispumloil and
MARTIAL LAW is instituted ami
established throughout tho Island
of Oahu, to continue until further
notice, during which time, however,
tho Courts will continue in session
and conduct ordinary business as
usual, uxcopt as aforesaid.
By tho President:
SAXFORD B. DOLE,
President of tlio Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KINO,
Minister of tho luturior.
Republic of Hawaii
Honolulu, II. I., Jinuaiit 7, IS'J.'i.
Qonoral Order No. 13.
All persons in tho District of llo
uolulu except those engaged in tho
Military or Police Forces of tho
Government, who have in their pos
session any arms or ammunition, are
hereby ordered to produce the same
at the Marshal!) Ollice before twelve
o'clock noon to morrow, January S,
Any such persons in whoso posses
siou any Arms or Ammunition are
found after that hour will be liable
to summary arrest and imprison
ment, and the Arms and Ammuni
tion to confiscation.
By order of the Cotutuaudor-iu-
J NO. H. SOP EH,
Republic of Hawaii
HONOLULU, H. 1., JAN. .), ivj.'i.
General Orders No. 14.
No person whatsoever will bo al
lowed to pass through tlio line of
beutrios now maintained from i'.ilolo
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. II. SOPEK,
Under MARTIAL LAW every
person found upon the streets or
in any public place between the
0:30 P. M. and G A. M.
will bo liable to arrest, unless pro
vided with a pass from Military
Headquarters of tho Marshal's
Tho gathering of crowds is pro
hibited. Anyone disturbing tho peace or
disobeying orders is liablo lo sum
mary arrest without warrant.
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief,
J. H. SOPEU,
Holders of water privileges, or those
(mylug wutor rated, tiro lierulty nollllucl
that the hours fur Irrigation purposes uru
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m., unci 0 to (J
o'clock p.m. A. HKOW.N,
Huiorliitundeiit Honolulu W'uter Works.
J. A. Kinii,
Minister of tlio Interior.
ltouolulu, May 25, lb'JL UW-tf
Slu Jiuhi g illvlin.
fltif JJrtMtArct for thejtenefil nf ,Ul.
TUESDAY, JAN 16. lHB.
At Montpolior, Vermont, a jury
found Daniel F. Bi'alty, an organ
manufacturer, guilty of fraud for
delivering au organ different from
one ordered from a cut in his cata
logue. Tho charge was using the
mails for fraudulent purposes. In
many cases porsons and firms in
Honolulu havo been grossly cheated
in buying articles by catalogue from
THE KEBEO FOLLOWING.
Elovhoro is discussed the matter
of tho disposal of the rebel leaders.
What is to bo done with tho poor
uatio dupes who followed them in (
the attempt to overthrow tho Gov
ernment? Hero is a great oppor
tunity for tho Government to con
ciliate the native race and add its
bulk to tho mass of tho loyal citi
zens of the Republic. The IUi.LR.riN
would advocate a general amuest
for all these people. There is no
better example can bo followed by
the Government in this matter than
that of the United States after the
Union army had crushed tho four
years' rebellion. Lot tho spirit in
which the natives aro treated bo that
of General Grant, when ho gave
orders to let tho rebels take their
horses home they would need them
to plough their fields. Let these
poor natives go back iu peace to
their humble cottages and provide
for their wives and children by their
labor. "Let us have peace."
DISPOSAL OF PIUSONEKS.
In the midst of the excitement at
tendant upon the putting down of
the insurrection our two daily con
temporaries have seen fit to publish
inilammatory articles, with the evi
dent object of forciug tho hands of
the Government into taking extreme
measures against the alleged con
spirators and the leaders of tho up
rising captured iu the field. Some
of the articles iu question were ex
tremely ferocious iu tone ami calcu
lated to iullame the already suffi
ciently irritated public mind. It is
no sign of either loyalty or friend
ship to the Government for anybody
to dictate to it when it has such
serious trouble on its hands as that
which has existed for the past week.
The administration that has piloted
tho country safely through many
grave emergencies iu the past two
years, and made the Republic so
worthy of respect iu that time that
more than a thousand volunteers in
arms spiaug to its defense when at
tacked, surely ought to be credited
with judgment enough for dealing
with its prisoners without dictation
from newspapers inspired by natur
allv excited and enraged, but not by
any means judicially-minded men
taken iu tho mass. There is no
doubt that the Government owes
largo obligations toward the loyal
legions who have stood watch for
its protection these two years ami
sustained it in this very ser
ious crisis. It must see to it
that, po far as any persons now
in its custody are concerned, there
will bo no more plotting against its
existence. This it can doubtless do
without making a slaughter pen for
human beings iu the jail yaid or
capitol grounds. The Government
has responsibilities both on its own
account and on that of the brave
and self-sacrificing men who havo
sustained it iu its few days of peril.
It will bo hold responsible by tho
civilized world for tho way that it
deals with the humiliated insurgents
in its power, and iu this as well as
other respects its supporters have
interests in common with it, other
wise they havo stood back of tho
Government in vain. The Go em
inent will, in short, have to act ac
cording to the modem practice of
civilized nations. It will be well to
keep in mind at this juncture tho
wave of indignation that swept over
the United States when tho Queou
was reported, officially, to havo de
clared her desire, iu the event of
restoration, lo lake the most extreme
measures against those who had de
posed her. Also it is well to remem
ber how Christendom was comulscd
with horror, only a few weeks ago,
over the roport that Japan claiming
as sho did to bo a civilized nation
had done deeds of pure veugoauco at
tho capture of Port Arthur. There
should be confidence now that tho
Government will be able to take
preventive measures against recur
ring insurrection which will be avail
ing, and satisfy the claims of justice
without allowing the element of
revenge to inllueiice its actiou to tho
damage of the good name of itself
aud tho country. There aro iu tho
rebel leadership men who will not
turn away from revolutionary folly
if they aro brayed in a mortar.
These must be dealt with, not in
ongoaucu, but in some way that
will give the country peace from the
machinatioiiB of themselves, as well
as of their like who might arise,
long enough to allow tho process of
unification of tho various elements
of tho population, fit for a share in
tho government of the country, to
go on to a successful conclusion.
Tho responsibility rests with tho
Government, and confidence in the
Government implies that its hands
should bo left free. Dictation to
the Government in a crisis like the
present woulil not only reveal a
spirit of sedition, but it ivnild be
sedition in itel( almost as llugraut
as that of the insurrection now
happily suppressed. All danger of
any more uprisings of natives, it is
certain, has been obliterated by the
past eight davs' events.
An Old Soldiur'a Hucomiuumlntlon.
In tho late war I wa a soldier in
the First Maryland Volunteers.
Company G. During my term of
servico 1 contracted chronic diar
rheal, since then I nave used a
irre.it. ntnmint. nf meibeiiie. but when ,
I found niij that would give mo re-
noi u wouiu injure my sumiacn,
i;i ri,...i,..,in...' r.J.n r.i,.t..r i
and Diarrha-a Remedy ua bioiight ,
to my notice. 1 used it and will say
it is the only remedy that gave me
permanent relief and no bad results
follow. I take pleasure in recom
m'iidiug tin preparation to all of
my old comrades, who, while giving
their services t their country, con
traded this dreadful disease as I
dill, from eating unwholesome and
uncooked food. 1 ours truly, A. Iv
Ili-NUiNO, Halsoy, Oregon. For sale ,
by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co, I
Agents fur the Hawaiian Ulauds.
Til is Sf'AOi: IS
Four Ktiirkt, II. I.
a Lifetime !
The opportunity comes to u
man to do Iiiiiim-H good,
once in u lifetime. 'I'll. it
once is now at youi com
mand. Wo huvu just io
ceiwd a niuiplflc Mock of
This line of rcroid boaters
we iiio selling at
S5.00 per Pair
piicen never die.uucd of be
foie in this ooiiiiliy. . .
Wouruiiflur I he muii's hhoo
trade and we uru going to
rpo PUT IN UKl'Allt AND Itr.I'I.ACi;
L in lis furmtr tuml tin rev ou in
tin1 recent tire, tin- ImlMlnn liuineiliiiUily
lulJolilli'K nlul he oh the premises o( tlie
unriliini'H Willi bpteifluutleiis In lunula of
MIHiernlKUCll oil iuiiiiilii lull ani-nt ill Hi' i
'lenders will bo rccelveil ut the ollice of
the unitti-BlL'ML'cl up to 11! noon on W'lOD
NKHDAY, tlio Kith Inatuiit.
I-'. A BUHAKKKKiV CO.,
Auent-J of the Miwluiiuri' l'l re Iiih. Co,
Honolulu, Jun. 11, iW5 ia1.2t
In purchasing a sewing ma
chine it is advisable lo 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 Werthcim for which
we are the Agents. During
the past few yeais a machine
has been on the market that by
changing several parts and put
ting on an attachment two
r .,,....(,, r:Ur .,., U tn.l.
P'll,llt auitiita may in. nuiut.
The botllGI' ill changing, llOW-
i,..c i,nl, c ,rrn.lt ,l,ot
evet, lias been so great that
owners of tllC machines have
taken the lesser evil and done
their woik with one stitch.
The "Wettheim" is construct
ed on such simple lines that to
change fiom the lock to the
chain stitch is less work than
0 thread a UCCdle, aild wllCIl
. ... , , f , .
the stitch is made, found to be
as perfectly done as if the ma
chine sewed but one stitch.
For embioidery or any fancy
work the Wettheim excels be
cause the inventor included an
I cmbroideiy attachment among
I the manifold blessings of the
I "Wertheim." Peihaps the
greatest meiit of the "Wer
theim" is the price. We sell it
1 for less money than you pay
for an ordinary machine that
will do less work and is less
attractive in appearance. Our
stock of "Wertheims" includes
several styles of tables.
Some people burn candles at
i night, some use peanut oil and
j others kerosene. We do not
, mean during the evening, but
thiough the still hours of the
J night when "cocks ciow and
i ghosts walk." We've sold all
, sorts of lamps for this purpose
1 uul we have generally aimed
l to get the best. A few days
ago ,ve received an invoice of
lamps similar to the "Nutmeg"
but much better for the leason
that they have diminutive re
flectors and an attachment
whereby they may be hung up
to the wall. They cost only
fifty cents and you get three
dollars woith of satisfaction
out of one of them.
I'he 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 picket that will bring
down the fruit as peifect 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 veiy
large fish-eating community
and the man who invented the
Pish 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 lim
ning parallel with a handle on
the iid. All you have to do
is to take hold of the tail of the
fish and i mi your scalei 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 tinkeiing
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.
ii you get one 01 tnem you
i will n.V-r lY-inv! it
, " '" ,,tvu 'Ks-Cl ll
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd.
OjwJt (lyvkW MMk,
Too High !
So .S-ris lit' Uitinitiiitul
Do Nut Be Deceived I
Di Not Tecoivo Yourself I
Make linni'Mt cnvi)iiirttm not
h'tinrn St, I'tlcribury mill llono'
lulu, hut bctwen our prictt and
pricn pri uiihijj in tttlirr rutnldinh'
mniM lli:ni: IIV are selling
(i low ni $12 per dntnt. Think
of it ' $1 for n Solid 7i a Spoon
of iood weiylil and site; heavier
pattern at the xume low rate per
ounce. We Jurlher engrnve inU
lialne of rhanie on all our Sil
ver Ware; thus miviui you many
more dollars, nt.d still fnrthr re
dueinn the cost of our silver to vou
over Jift'fn patterns to choose
IIV are telliinj Stirling Sihur
C'ujt' Links for 7'ie. aud ? p'l srt;
and yit have net i r brantied about
it; while the iunllty of our yoodi
has ttradily UOSli L'l', our
prices haie constantly (IONIC
The volume of business done
daily in our Store, is proof of the
appreciation held by the acncrul
public of our immense ttoch; of the
newness of exrrylhiny in it; of the
'ase with uhiih your vants can be
stippliid. There is jio need calliuy
your attention lo TUK QUA UTY
of our Siher people know a yood
thing ti'im tiny see it, and you
know lie bim nnlu tin bnl.
H. F. WICfifflAN,
$$& fcadjQ (()IT
dSSr?.! . aiijimiwjmjii ' "?SargaraggWfete. is tlu
fwup&& i ibIFm will
a3?" 1 HI iHlrM
;.- - yi M R ifeii Mini
I a ..A IPiillS PEARL
z 2 o jawjKmmmgrmk
I 5 5 2 K " $30
' i H f A
;- - - OT
Dr u g
Fine CaHBlmoros. Sorgos,
Wh to Linens, Eto.
Suits Madu lo Ordor
ON BHOltr N0T10K.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
0. AKIMA, - - dfi Nuuanu Stroot.
THROAT . COMFORT
Nothing heretofore known is
anything like so useful.
Few aro so free from catarrh
and other afTectious that touch
the throat as to havo no need
of relief from ' tickling" or
"dryness" or "rawness" or
"irritation" or "inflammation"
of the throat, or to have no
need of help iu the use of the
voice, as iu talking or reading
aloud or singing.
It irives the throat rest.
Kul! SPr.AKBH& AND
Tiiiioat Co.MioiiT will give
you ouch voice as is not to
be got in any other way.
Such fltatemoutf are com
mon; you don't boliovo it.
Try ono tablet let it din
solve iu the mouth.
UK I IKK OK PAIS.
In all painful throat diseases,
Hitch as tousilitis and quinsy,
Throat Cosihhit gives relief
beyond your expectation.
Many troublesome throat
disorders aro kept up by in
cessant "clearing of tho
throat " or by coughing. The
rest that Tiiiioat Cojuout
gives, iu such caes, is all that
i.s needed to let the throat get
Thero is no harm in auy
amount of it. 1 1 will not even
upset the stomach, unices
K Tho Autojiatic Pkaul Skwnio Maciiink with
tho Liito.sl o(lorn Attuohinonts Kiiituhlo for Iiglit and
llo.ivy Work To I'liieltiihorri: Iiiitruotions in AriHono,
Tinsol, Schuollo mid R'inoy Winliroidory Work will bo givuu.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking wutor Hhonld bo huili-d und liltorod.
Tlio Q.nm.v liKi.iAm.i-: Watkii Pii.tku is tho Slack St
BrownlOW. Thoy uro mido on hciontilio prinoiph'S. Thoy
aro acccssiblo in all parts and can ho roadily olomoil.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LT)
oohn'i:u Four & mbkchaxt stuisists.
L. B. KKRKs
1 HAVK JUST KKCKlYhl) A
liAUUK ASbOltTMKNT III-
anl Latest Stylos.
THKHK (IllODa WI1.I. I1K BOl.l) IN
ANY HllAN'I'Il'Y FKOM A
100 Yards Dowu to Bnouyh
to Maka a Single Suit I
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
Ii. IJ. KhHilt, - mpoktku,
COM) rNTim It P. Al.
At tho beginning of a
cold, uheii you havo the
chilly feeling, a tablet evoTJ'
ten or fifteen minutes will
generally prevent tho cold.
It is a tonic for tho
stomach aa well an for the
niiin in Ho
MlHltB. 001' ItA' A CO. Alti: ItK
cc'iylnn erilfrd (or I'laiitatlim Labor
mitrrivi in March ii'Xt. All tlio-u wliu
uiblil liiriTi hIi ulil placii tln-lr ordurs Im-mi-illiitcly
vs It Ii II h. Iluurtliimn, A;unt
fur tlio iihovit (Inn. Ooniilte in uru ni-n-tlnut'il
In iirusiimjlim: "To llm l'lttnlcra of
Ihuwill" O. K IIOAKD.MAN,
l'JJ.s-tf AKt-nt fur Oj;uri A 'o.
oni: tiNiiivii)i;i) takntiiu-h
hluiro In i ho Aliimiitia of lloiiiiLiin
biiuiiiu in Diiiuii Ktinu h .wall, contiilnliiK
an area of Ui7 Aurt-n, ami bvliii; Aimirn U
of It. 1 Iki7, I-. U. A. 17M. 'I liuro aru IlJi
11-10 Acrra In evi'ry tthuru. Tliia liiml ml
joins KalalilM on llm Houili ami 1 a vnlu
ablu iiinimriy. A kooiI dual of It In unit
iililo for I'olU'u, iumI tliu balm ce fur lmstiir
iiku. It IU'h nmr llookuna lainllni;. 1'rluu
0. lltle purlect, warranty ilwil. nu-
kiionlfiluod anil Htaniiiuil, itvi'ii to nur-
'. i'or further imrtiuulum apply io
J. M. .MONtJAHKM'.
HouoliiUi, January 1, lblO,
JUuAt - t'ijlSt, Mm. 4j j.
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