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f ' WATCH OF TRIUMPH.
Geueial Fejoicio of Government
Defends at the Station.
funs Adopted for Caploring the Bubal
There was tfonoral jubilation at
tho police headquarters last night
ovor the surrender in ono day of the
c'.iiof of tho insurrection and four pf
its loading aiders and abettors,
Many of thu Citizens' Guard who
had hooii liuathifr tlm bushes ni.d
patrolling thu roads for a week visit
ed thu station and exchanged con
gratulations uitli each other and
military ollieors and thu gallant po
lice. Down in tho rocuiving station a
guitar was thrummed and Clerk
Coelho lud in routing songs. An
abundance of refreshments was pro
viiled there and in thu Marshal's of
fice. Among thosu who kept watch
Into or all night were Ministers
King and Smith, Marshal Hitchcock,
Iluury Walorhouse, Luther Wilcoi,
George Paris, Chestor Doylo, and C.
D. Chase. Colonel lishcr, com
mander of thu forces, and F. H. Mo
Stoeker, captain of tho guard, join
ed in consultation with thu Minis
ters and thu Marshal.
Thoro was loud olieorini by the
polie.o when they wore notiliod that
thoy wuro to bo sunt out this morn
ing to search for Lot Liuu and his
paity. Accounts of incidents of the
night and events of this morning
will ho found below.
KETUKN OF THE POLICE.
Xhoy Find Trncon But Not tho Por
boiib of tho llubvls.
Deputy Marshal Brown, Sonior
Captain Parker and thu native olll
cers, all mounted, reached thu
1'olicu Statiou at !):lfi o'clock this
afternoon. Their search was fruit
less as far as (hiding any of the
rubuls was concerned.
Tho deputy marshal was seen by
a J1ulm:tin reporter. He stated that
they had seen nothing whatever of
tho rebels. Thu party, guided by
loola, Wilcox's lieutenant, took a
trail to thu highest peak on thu Pali
side of Kouahiiauui. 'there they
found a hut, which had evidently
been deserted threo or four days.
It was very comfortably situated.
Ou thu trail up some of thu native
otlicors found three Winchester car
bines similar to Uumo found at
Diamond Head and throe boxes of
cartridges. These were brought into
Thu party was divided and the hill
was scoured from one end to the
other, but nothing could bo seen of
tho rebels. They went across to a
hill, looking over to Koolau, and
found a trail leading down into Koo
lau. Mr. Broun was pretty positive
that Lot Lane and his followers
have gouu over into Koolau and ho
being familiar with every inch of the
district, thu rebels have probably
scattered by this time.
Thu situation of the hut where
tho rebels wero located was so that
it commanded thu surrounding hills,
nlso Pauoa and Manoa valloys. Thu
iuuii had oviduiitly bcon witnesses to
thu several movements of the troops
List of ArroBta.
Tho following arrests have been
made in addition to those mentioned
Prisoners of war Henry I. Ka
ohi, Kibort W. Wilcox. Inula Kia-
kahi, Kaaihuo, Kaohimaunu, Kaaua
aua, John l'io, J'lhoua, Kaliauanui,
Kalaooia, S. Kuhahawai, J. IS. Ke
Trying to pass the guards without
a pass -Nino persons, being Japa
nese house servants, Chinese and
natives caught out after '.I SJU p. in.
Those woro roleased at :lf o'clock
this morning by Captain Kosehill.
At U: lf o'clock this morning J. S.
Walkor was added to tho list of
arrests, charged with conspiracy.
Mr. Walkor is under arrest in con
nection with tho steamer Waiina
nalo, of which ho was ngout and
Alaui Malta was brought in au
hour lator, and John Kaiaukoa, au
ux-policuman, at 11:25, both charged
At 1:2:10 special A. 12 Wuirick
brought iu three native prisoners of
war Solomon Kauai, Kiliona and
Keamo Pohaku. Thoy surrendered
to Wuirick at Kamoiliili. TIihv had
no arms about them, and whuu
searched at thu statiou two hail only
plugs of chewing tobacco and tho
third absolutely nothing but his
Red Light Oapturod.
It was reported at tho Police
Station last night that Chester
Doylo's red light had been seen
hanging from ono of thu arms of a
telephone polo near the Masonic
Temple, and Doylo could not bo
hooii iu tho vicinity. Lator Doylo
turned up at tho Station and asked
for another red light. It appears
that tho boys had put up a joke ou
I Doyle and his rod litfht. Dr. Cooper,
Deputy Marshal Brown and the
owner of tho red light had gone to
, tho residence of Dr Cooper to have
'dinner. D.tylo left his brako with
the red light attached outside. Af
i tor dinner ho came out to find tho
brako but not the light. Suspecting
, a joko, Doylo drove to the Station
and secured another light. Doyle is
! thinking of changing the color to
blue. Tho red light that was taken
l from him hung on tho telephone
pole all night. In spite or tho "eeonil
red light, Doylo was held up at tho
Mutual Telephone building.
Schoonor II 0. Wnhlborg Drought
Amu for tho Kobols.
An afternoon paper stated yester
day that tho vessel which brought
tho arms for the rebels from tho
coast was a small n'h loner with a
name ending in "berg." Iu tho list
of "Pacific Coast Owned Voxels'
thnro are but two vessels whom '
names havo the "berg" ending: i
Schooner II. O. Wahlberg, 2S tons,
O. Hans m, owner. Seattle, With.; i
and tho schooner Nettie Sundbt rg,
(Mi tons, A. Mayor, owner. San 1 ran
cisco. It is rejioiled to-day that tho
H. C. Wahlberg is the one that
brought the inimiHrns of war.
It is estimated that a liouniiil
repeating rill '8 and I01XH) rounds nf
cartridges were distributed b the
steamer Waiuinnalo at dilferc it
points on the U.ilui coast. Yh- till t
are cheap articles, trustworthy nly
for about '200 urdn.
Snrchlug for thu Itoinniuit.
Senior Captain Parker and about
forty native otlicors loft for tho
N'uuatiu Pali this morning, relieving
Alfred Carter and his npiad of
specials He will scour the Xuiianu
ridge and endeavor to rout Lot Lane
audliis followers, who are said to
number about sixty men. Although
Lot Lano is iu command it is be
lieved Frank Feary is the leader, be
ing more versed iu military matters,
lie having been at ono time first
lieutenant iu tin Household Guards
It is bolioved the rebels under Lane
are iu the ridgo behind Mount Tan
talus where Robert Wilcox was re
ported to have been located. Captain
Parker is confident of rounding up
tho rebels and only desires a little
time to do so.
Major Snwiwd ArroBtod.
Otlicors Sun Ku and Joe Puni
went to tho Cummins residence at
Pawaa, unarmed, at noon to-day
with a warrant for thu arrest of
Major W. T. Seward. Tim major
win found at dinner witli J. A. Cum
mins and family. The ollicers oblig
ingly allowed tho major to finish his
meal and then brought him to the
Station, where he was entered for
conspiracy. Shortly alter lie va
taken over to Oahu Jail. The rumor
is that Seward arranged for the pur
chase of tho arms during his recent
visit to the coast.
Mull by thu Dlmond
O.ving to the short notice the
barkeiiliue W. II. Dimoiid took a
very small mail for San Francisco.
1'ln V. II. Diuioud has twenty-live
days iu winch to inakt the pa-sage
bourn a mail steamer arrives at tin
Coast. Captain Nilson expi'cts, how
ever, to make the trip iu ten days
less than that. Onlv marked letters
and nations were tnk-m. The mail
cou-isted of ten letters and fifteen
papers. Captain Nilsun toon several ,
tiles of the BuLLunx with him. ,
Mnstiir Mariner Arroatod.
Captain Filmore of the British
steamer Bentala was brought from
I he Iviglo House to the .Marshal's
ollico this inn mi by a police ollicer.
He remained but ten minutes when
he walked out again. Inquiries
elicited the information that Cap
tain Filmore had been reported to
i. ho Marshal as a stranger walking
around town during the night. The
Captain had his pass renew id be
Thu friends and relatives of tho
rebel leaders sent them a delicious
dinner into the cells at the Station
yesterday evening. It was greatly
relished by the tired out men. Three
extra guards have been stationed iu
tho yaul. The loaders will not lie
removed to the barracks, but will be
kept iu tin Station for safety.
James Spoucor was not dismissed
from tho Mutual Telephone Co.'s
employ, as stated by a contempo
rary. His offense cousisted in inju
diciously giving a reporter friend
pointers on nows which he did not
know was confidential olllcial in
formation. Col. Hisher brought in a boy pris
oner of wnr at tt o'clock this aflor
uoon Thirty-one natives, prisoners of
war and Hkso arrested for con
spiracy wero takou to tho barracks
Outgoing nassengors by tho island
steamers and foreign vessels aro re
quired to secure a pass from mili
D. II. Davis had a joko played on
him this morning. After being on
1 t lie station watch all night, ho was
given a note to carry to Alf. Carter's
quad up the valley. Tho note was
i not official and it road, "Ploaso keep
l this fellow there."
Kd. Dow sett was held up a few
I nights ago by a PortUL'iiosu iruard
on one of tho out posts in tho suburbs,
on which occasion romarkablo chal
lenges were issued by tho guard.
'Who conio there!" "Friend," was
V-d's prompt response. "Wal, what
kind o' friend?" Ned says it broke
him all up.
Captain Win. Divio, who has
b"n kept in a cell at the Police
Station, was taken over to Oahu
Robert Wflcox was called up by
Marshal Hitchcock this morning.
I ii- result of the interview was that
Inula, the lone falhnver of Wilcox,
ollered to yn with Senior Captain
Parker t" point out where Lot Lauo
ami his squad were left by Wilcox
Wilcox is badly injured about the
hands and feet, and was unable to
move about much to-day.
I he noonday lunch of the load
ers was furnished by relatives, and
consisted of fowl cooked iu different
styles. They eat together.
.00 A I. AL Oi-NKKAl. NKlwf.
The next mad to the Coast will lie
by the S. S. Australia on Fob. 2.
Tho steamer Lehua brought I HO
sheep from Molokai this morning,
consequently llieio will be mutton
in town tho next few days.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuaiiu streets, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Terms: 25 and f()
He Seeks KMu. (nun Cfas I
Hopkins and Snrr ndt
It's almost as easy
horse fuel on Call
Full Acconnt of How tlio RVbal Chief
Gave HImso f Up
to draw his load
Food Co.'s Uay
as it is
pliant to draw
this big el
cents per night; VI and il.25 per
Tho schooner John G. North,
Captain X. S. Carlson, arrived this
morning, fiS days from Newcastle,
N. S. V , with 518 tons of coal for
The barkeiitiuo W. 11. Dimnud,
Captain NiNou, sailed this afternoon
for S m Francisco with 10,(105 bags
of sugar shipped by W. U. Irwin
Co. Domestic value, ?lU,!iAt.
J. W. Chapman, the well-known
caterer, ib now open for engage
ments for banquets, weddings, balls,
dinner parties, garden parties, etc.
Address him cam of Blm.i.tin ollico.
Au attractive list of goods is fur
nished in this issue by thu Golden
Rule Ba.aar, W. F. Reynolds, pro
prietor. Mr. Reynolds takes sub
M'riptio'is for periodicals ami news
papers. (i. Ii. Harrison, practical piano
tut) igau maker and tuner, can fui
uisli bust factory reference. Orderr
oU at Hawaiian News Co. will ro
je.vt, prompt attention. All work
aarniiiee to be ilieam' lone
II G. Biart has removed from
King street to tho store of Chris
Gerl, Fort street. There ho will
repair watches and make souvenir
spoons and jewelry of every descrip
tion. Having linen thu practical
watchmaker for Wenner .V: Co. ten
je.ir-t, he needs no pulling.
Cliamberlajn's Cough Remedy is
famous for Us cures of bad colds. It
opens the secretions, relieves the
luuus and ants nature in restoring
the system to a healthy condition.
I f freely ued as soon as tho cold has
been contracted, ami before it has
become settled iu the system, it
greatly lessens tho severity of the at
tack and has often cured in a single
day what would havo been a severe
cold For sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., Agents for Hawai
The natives on Molokai received
thu first news of tin rebellion by
the stnainer Lehua. They evidently
expected trouble ill Honolulu, but
scouted unconcerned. There was
very little said about thu rebellion.
Anthony Oilman, hackuian, was
examined by tin Marshal this fore
noon and allowed to depart iu pence.
Between and f o'clock this morn
ing sovural shots won heard iu Nuu
aiiu valley. They proved to have
come from the rilUu of Captain Ca
mara's Portuguese company.
Junius Kaao was about town yes
terday, and was not in hiding as re
ported iu au evening contemporary.
Ho emitted a hoarse laugh when
somebody reail tho report to him
that ho could not be found.
About twelve shots were heard in
tho rear of Lunalilo Home, Makiki,
between 0 ami 10 o'clock yesterday
evening. A number of mounted
specials went out there and found
that the shots wore tired by mem
bers of Co. A at shad w.s on the hill,
supposed to be thosu of rebels tiyiug
to ecapu down tho valley. Twelve
of thu Sharpshooters were ordeted
to thu vicinity.
The Hawaiian Hag presented to
Co. A at Camp Smith was given by
Mrs Kovvald, wifu of Co. A's .lecoud
J. W. Luning has taken the oath
of allegiance to tho Republic.
The iiauio of tJeo. YV. Smith was
omitted from tin list of nominees
for tho Advisory Council iu v ester-
The white merchants and store
keepers are not tlio only onus who
aro sull'enng through suspension of
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Ulisiiu-ns if) i iiti ii'ifi'iiiiiii, mi
Chinese murchauts have sull'ercd
considerably. Chiuoso Now Year's
falls on January 25, and tho mer
chants havo lieori unable to ship
goods to tho other islands.
.'I J IsilJSJljJ NEWb
TcwnvY, Jan. 11.
Am wlir John J North, ('arisen. An dtin
from Ntnu'iistln, N & W
dtiur l.nliii.i from Mmii, ltnul uiul Molo-
Yesterday evening th word Hew
round town like wildfire that Robert
W.Wilcox, the rebel chief and revo
lutionist, had been captured.
A BrtXETix reprcentntivo was at
the station iu loss time than it takes
to tell it, and interviewed C. A.
Brown, lo.v'or of tho ' squad that
brought Wilcox iu.
Besides Mr. Brown there were in
the party Lincoln L McCandle, R.
L. Wnrson, Fred 1'slie, John F.
Scott and John Ouderkirk. The
capture was a very tamo atTair. It
was really tho voluntary surrender
of a sick anil heart-brokrn warrior.
Attorney-General W. O. Smith and
Minister of tho Interior J. A. King
were iu the Marshal's ollico with
Marshal Hitchcock to receive the
rebel chief and one lone follower
who staged with h tn the last.
Mr. Brown said: ''ilco was iu a
house between thu Q .arautiiio Sta
tiou ami C'has L II pkus' fishing
station. He was del.vered up to us
by Mr. Hopkins at about 5 o'cl ck."
Brown and McCaudless brought
Wilcox over iu a carnage. Warson
came in another carriage with hi-
native follower whom name is loela.
Charles L Hopkins ou bomgnucs-
"I was sitting at my door at II
o'clock last night, when Wilcox's
companion came trudging alougand
said, ' There's a man iu a canoe down
there who wants to see you.'
"I put ou my pants and went down
to the canoe, and there 1 found
Wilcox. He asked whf-ro my house
was. 1 said, 'Right over hero.' I
"Then I said, 'Come on; let's go to
the house and I'll give you some
thing to cat.' Wo c.vuo over and I
gave him something lo eat.
"Then ho wanted to know where
he could put up for the night. I
"I pointed him to a vacant house
probably a few yards from my place, i
ami alter their supper thoy wetii i
ovor. " i
"This morning 1 went over again
and took them some collee. Then
we had a talk together in regard to
what should be done with himself
"He ask-td me a a favor to let him
remain there for tin- day on account
ol Ins legs, which were all given
"I said I would allow him to staj
there, but told linn if he saw a cir
liage coining along he might hesure
it was me coming to talo him up
He had agreed before that to sur
render to the authorities.
"This afternoon I notified the au
thorities, because I told linn that I
would probably be down after him
at .'J o'clock.
"I got a hack and went down, and
I told Wilcox that the Attorney
General said that I could bring them
to the station. Ho said that was all
"The squad of Citizens' Guard
sent over to receive the prisoners
was at the pork-packing shop,
Iwilei, and met me, when lirowu
"Tho name of tho place whore
Wilcox was sheltered is Kahakaau
laua and is beyond the IJuaraiitiue
Mr. Hopkins further stated that
Wilcox and his companion had
crossed over into Kali hi on Thurs
day night, and thoy had gradual!)
worked their way over to Iwiloi and
the spot whore thoy surrendered.
All the remaining followers of
Wilcox wero left in Mauoa Val
ley. At (i o'clock Deputy Marshal
lirowu was ordered in from Mauoa
Valley. Captain Parker arrived
about the same time mid received
hearty congratulations for ins ellec
tivn work iu locating Nowlowi and
his party, from the Ministers and the
There was loud cheering at the
station ovor tltu capture of the rebel
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Some time no .Mr. Simon Gold
h.'tuui of San LuiH Itey, C;il., vvns
trouhleil with n litiue htclc and rheu
matism. He used C'h.iinherlniu's
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vised ninny of his friends to try U
and all vv ho have done so have spoken
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Honolulu, Jan. t'.', Ib'JS. llJ-at
BACK ACAN TO 'ORK.
IriiiLMilu prtiimroil to lepmr (lirdin llosu,
Hp'inklfiH, Winor Taps ut' . paw l'llliiu
ami nil kunlsof I'onls blmrvt-uiMl, inulmt
nil! Oitrvlin: Knives n Hnlsors; liwn
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fift al. kliuis of Jobbing. WtirK umli-il for
wiitl nturi't-il Uiiik up 152 Mutual 'IVlv
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hm( iIih Kuifoi MoftiH iii Hid t'liy.
T. KROUSE, .... I'rupilMur.
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Cor. KliiKHinl Niiiianil Htrt-ot, Honolulu.
Choico Liquors and Fino Boor.
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Temple of Fashion
1, 1801, we will
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tho 8alo will contlliuo durlliB tin) KNTIKK .MONTH OV DKCKM
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Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
Boots, Shoos and Gont's Furnishing Goods.
!- Au ImniBiiso Aosortiiicnt of TOYB FOlt 0UKIBTMA8 4U
M!. Q-. 8ILVA, Proprietor.