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Capture of One More of the
Judge Whiting To Be a Member o the
Mont of lliu lundurn of tho
ruction and tho roynl lady iu whoso
buhalf Iho tnovumunt purported to
liavo boon niado aro in custody. TIio
gathoritiK in of robul arum and am
tntiuitiou cnntiuuoa. Thoro is but
loft tlio trial by oonrtuiarlial and
puiiinhinont of tho asailants of tho
republic and tliuir niilors and abet
tors. Tho last twenty four hours
havo boon ovoutful and tliuir record
is given below.
COUNCILS OK THE REPUBLIC
Mooting to Fill Vacanclos and Mako
a War Appropriation.
An adjourned mooting of tho Kx
ucutive and Advisory Couucila was
held this afternoon. It was fixed
for 1 oVloi'k, but it was 2:15 before
the mooting was called to order.
President W. V. Alien presided, with
whom were present: President Dole,
Ministers King, Damon and Smith;
Councillors Bolte, lua, Morgan,
Nott, Emmeluth, Teuuoy and D. IS.
President Allen withdrew tho
name of P. C. Jones, at his request,
from tho list of candidates.
Mr. Bolto did tho samo service for
Mr. Smith nominated T. B. Mur
ray as a man who deserved tho po
sition from having been to the front
from the first of the movement.
A communication was read from
Captain Smith of Co. A, endorsing
nominations of othor compauios.
Tho nominations of tho Citizens'
Guard and tho American League
were V. A. llosumr, C. B. Wood.
Goo. P. Castle, J. A. Kennedy aud
P. J. Froin. The other candidates
wore Li. u. JNcuauuiess, ueo. x.
Smith and T. 1$. Murray.
There was a discussion on forms
ending u tho suitpeusion of a rtde.
Mr. Smith withdrew the nnmo of
Mr. Murray, as a number of gentle
men had been nominated by tho
American League, of which Mr.
Murray is president.
Tho ballot for four Councillors
resulted as follows:
No. of votes cast 12
Tho first four were declared elect
ed. Mr. Kennedy was brought into
the room in volunteer's uniform bj
Col. Fisher aud Major MoLeod, tho
Councillor elect having boon on
Tho other elected candidates were
eont for by telephone and Dr. Wood
and G 1 Castle arriving they with
Mr. Kennedy were sworn as members
by Judge Cooper.
Minister Damon introduced an
act to appropriate fifty thousand
dollars (J;, 0,000) from the public
treasury for tho purpose of defray
ing tho goueral expenses incident to
the suppression of tho rebellion of
tho mouth of January, 1805.
Under suspension of tho rides tho
bill was passed through its three
"Threo minutes aud twenty soc
onds," said Mr. Emmeluth, laugh
President Dole introduced a bill
to amend Act Hi of tho L.tws of the
Provisional Government. It pro
Tides that vacancies of otlices iu
military companies in active service
or in times of iusurrecton may bo
filled by the Commander-in-Chief.
There was a vacancy and it was do
Birable to havo it filled by a man of
legal attainments to assist ill tho
court-martial for the trial of prison
ers made during the insurrection.
Judge Whiting had been selected to
fill the vacancy, aud he would bo
commissioned on the passage of tho
Under suspension of tho rules tho
bill was passed through all its
At 3:17 tho Councils adjourned
subject to the call of tho chairman.
ARUE8T OF THE QUEEN.
She Asks for Tixno to Dross and
MuUea No Fuss.
About 10 o'clock this morning
Deputy-Marshal Brown and Hubert
Parker drove to Washington Place,
by order of tho Marshal, to arrest
ex-Queen Liliuokalani. Liliuokalaui
was found sitting in tho parlor. Mr.
Brown made her acquainted with
tho object of thoir mission. Tho
Queen replied that she was quite
willing to accompany thorn, and re
quested time to dress suitably. Tho
request was allowed. Tho Queen
appeared shortly afterward, accom
panied by Mrs. Gha. Clark. Tho
party entered tho hacks waiting out
side aud were driven to tho Lxeeu
tivo building. There tho Queen was
turned over to Col, Fishor. Sho was
allotted tho room on tho south cor
ner, formerly occupied by Queen
Dowager Kapiolaui. Tho apart
ment is comfortably furnished, aud
tho ox-royal occupaut will receive
propor caro aud attention during
her enforced Btay, Mrs. Clark re
mains as her companion.
IN AID OF AUTHORITY.
Two Wealthy Itosldonta Oome to tho
Aid of tho Republic.
Tho following communications
speak for thomsolves:
Waikiki, Jam 12, lfcWi.
Saxfoiiu B. Dole. President Repub
lic of Hawaii.
Dear Sir -As it has boon impossi
ble for mo personally to leavo my
family at their somewhat isolated
homo at Kapiolaui Park to offer my
services for patrol duty iu protect
ing tho town of Honolulu, 1 wish
you to understand that 1 do not tho
less appreciate tho valuable sorvices
perform d by others in protecting
life and property, and I bog here
with to offer to dofray all of tho ex
penses of twenty-fivo mou who may
euliht as soldiers for one month from
date of tho insurrection, as u proof
of my sympathy.
I am, very truly yours,
W. G. litwiN.
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 18!K.
My Dear Mr. Dole:
I beg to inclose for your accept
ance a chock for $1000. Please dis
pone of this as you will. In doing
this, allow me to extend to you ami
all the members of the executive my
sincere sympathy during the severe
aud anxious time you aro having iu
quelling this most serious rebellion,
and to further express my apprecia
tion of all you aro doing to restore
peace aud safely to tho citizens of
With my aloha, believe me,
Yours very siucorely,
ARMS AND AMMUNITION.
Robcl Prisoners Oivini; Away thoir
Detective Lirsen, Dick Kokona
aud Sam Ku, piloted by Ioola, one
of Wilcox's lieutenants, drove out
to Waialao this morning. Anion?
laulaua shrubs aud scattered iu dif
ferent locations were found four
teen carbines and five belts, ouo filled
with cartridges. Ioola stated that
these wore abandoned when the re
bels were shelled by the military.
At tho time some of tho robots wore
carrying two and three carbines.
The ri lies although rusty aro in
Yesterday Detective Larsou and
his men found two riilos aud over
one hundred rounds of ammunition
iu a bush in Kalihi Valley. Ioela
showed tho officers tho location.
These wore thrown away when Wil
cox aud his ten followers escaped
across Nuiianu Valley into Kalihi.
About IU o clock tins morning
Charles Bartow, a prisoner and ouo
of Wilcox's followers, was brought
from Oahu Prison. Ho had volun
teered to guide tho police to where
sixty Winchester carbines besides a
largo amount of ammunition had
been hidden. Five specials accom
panied the guide to a point on the
beach below Diamond Head, where
tho munitions of war were found.
mountains in tho roar of his abode
The hermit returned to Ids homo
and awaited tho arrival of tho offi
cers. Ho finally became impatient
anil brought tho four natives him
self and turned them over to tho
first squad of guards ho mot on tho
road. Tho natives accompanied tho
old mau poacoably. Whon Detec
tive Larseti and his men arrived at
Alohikoa's house tho natives had
gouo. Tho hermit had brought
them down by another trail.
Shooing tho Polico.
Clerk Hammer, now purveyor
gonoral to tho polico force aud tho
Citizens' Guard, inarched with a
squail of polico to Uackfeld Si Co.'s
this afternoon aud tho wiso ones im
mediately know that arms and muni
tions of war wore to bo soizod. In
stead of such action tho boys iu bluo
were fittod out with bettor under
standings than thoy possossod, iu
recognition of tho woar and tear of
thoir soles and uppers in thoir lato
mountain scouting. Stockings were
added to tho shoes aud tho polico
contingent were ploasod.
Tho Only Papor.
Tho Star was "tho only paper in
the world" to bo found iu Nowloiu's
camp at Moiliili. When the capture
was made on Monday a copy of last
Saturday's issue of "Towsor" was
found. Prof. Alexander kept it as a
curiosity, it being tho first one ever
discovered to have got so far away
from town. If it had not been so
badly "handicapped" by Nowleiu
and his comrades it might possibly
News Confirming His Stowing Away
on the 8 N Castlo to Hand.
William II Aldrich arrived in San
Francisco on board the barkentin
S. N. Castlo on Dec. 22d. The S. N.
Castlo was thirty days making tho ,
passage, having struggled nearly all
the wny against head winds. Al- '
drich was interviewed shortly aftor
his arrival by a San Francisco ,
Chronicle reporter. Aldrich gavo
quite a lengthy interview, winding
up as follows: ;
"I went aboard tho S. N. Castlo
with another person on tho night of
Nov. 21st. At 11 a. m. tho next day '
tho Castlo sailed. Before she start
ed tho vessel was searched from '
stem to stern. 1 had been missed, I
and a policeman said ho saw two
men go aboard tho vessel and that
only ouo came off. Tho detectives '
made a great search for mo, but
tuoy iiiu not find mo. I wil not sa- i)y ti10 j8ialul Bloau,er8 yostorday
whoro I was hid, but I will admit , tho following Japanese immigrants
thatitw-asnotinaverycomfortabo were despatched: For tho Makeo
place. I had room for my bundlo ' Sugar Co., GO men aud 2 women;
of clothes and a little lunch. I i Haiku Sugar Co., 25 men aud 3 wo
stayed in hiding from the night of ' mon.
mo zisr, utiiu mo -sun, wnon i
LOCAL AND OENKKAX. NKWB.
Tho British steamer Bontala will
leavo in about a week for Kobe,
Superintendent Cassidy of tho
Telephone Co. is busy with Iho re
moval of extra telephone boxes from
stores and residences.
Mrs. J. Bush left yesterday on tho
steamer Iwalaui to join hor husband,
who is a school teacher iu Kauai.
Miss Bush aud Master Bush accom
Captain Goodman, of tho schoon
er Robert Lewors, and Deputy Port
Surveyor Gilfillan have tho thanks
of tho Bulletin for lato San Fran
A Japanese official photograph of
the San Francisco Chronicle's cor
respondent iu Japan, Walter G.
Smith, apnoars in the issue of that
papor of Dec. 23.
showed up. Captain Hubbard
threatened to turn back and put mo
ou shore again, but as ho had got
far away and tlie weather was bad,
ho decided to continue on his course.
From that on I got along all right,
though I was a little afraid for a
while that I would bo put back
on shore. I was treated very
nicely by everybody after that. I
nun urn uuiiiiuumb ii iuiui'i 'i'DiiJi I , ..'i. it i .i . m
have traveled on to Waimanalo i.ass ' (,0;,lro to 8lalu' t'K". that no offi
to bo seized by Cecil Brown am his Vor or mm 0 tho VV890' n,d '"'
,,, i J to escape. I was in the Cuslou
RErUUN OF THE TROOPS.
Thoy Com Into Town Sinking and
Decked with Garlands.
All the military companies with
tho exception of Captain Zioglor's
men returned to tho Exeulivo build
yesterday evening, to havo
During tho wait for olectod candi
dates at tho Councils this afternoon,
Col. Fisher entered aud exhibited to
those present ouo of the rebel
bombs. It was a cast iron round
shell about threo inches in diameter
with a copper fuse that had been
wedged iu the hole with broken
matches. Attorney-General Smith
said that it had beeu decided that
the bombs wore made iu Honolulu.
Tho Tram Cars.
Tho Marshal having intimated to
tho Tramways Comoauy that the
cars will bo permitted to resume
running between the hours of ft a. m.
aud D:U0 p. m., traffic was recom
menced about midday to-day. Owing
to tho necessity of tho cars being in
tho yard by 'Ji'W, tho service will bo
irregular during tho last hour.
Captain Filmoro of tho British
steamer Bontala desires a contradic
tion of the report, alleged to have
boon made to tho Marshal, that ho
was a stranger walking around the
town during the night. Ho is al
ways on board his ship before 8
o'clock at night aud always remains
there during tho night.
Houry Waterhouse yesterday pre
sented Marshal 12. G. Hitchcock
with a handsome gold watch aud
chain iu a plush box. Tho case is
beautifully chased aud within is an
inscription saying tho watch was
presented iu memory of the four
teenth of January, 1S'.'5.
House long enouih
hiding places about
it places about snips, ana l
ncked out n good one all by myself.
It is needless to sa
to bo back in San I
that 1 am
MERCHANTMAN FROM CHINA.
Tho t itm Arrives With Chinese Now
The German bark Liua, Captain
F. Albrecht, arrived this morning,
!KJ days from Hongkong, a somewhat
lougiiiy passage, rue Lana is a
trim-looking craft. Sho is consigned
to Meo FoiigCo., Chinese merchants.
Her passage was uneventful. She
brought 800 tons of general mer
chandise, chietly Chinese now year's
goods. She brought no passengers,
but had two stowaways John John
sou aud John Barowski. 'I hey wore
handed over to the police.
Tho British bark Velocity, Capt.
Martin, left Hongkong tho latter
end of November aud may bo ex
pected here tho middle of February.
Owing to tho war tho Velocity will
bring no passengers.
j Ono of tho Bentala's Japanoso
' immigrants died at tho Quarantine
Station last night. Tho Board of
' Health has taken charge of tho
body and will havo it buried this
Tho schooner Robert Lowers has
I arrived with a lino lot of new furni
ture for J. Hopp & Co., aud in a few
j days thoy will havo for sale some of
i tho handsomest bedroom sets aud
chairs over imported to this coun
try. Miss Kate R. Harris, a trained
nurse from the "Women aud Child
ren's Hospital iu ban t raucisco,
who for 18 months has been tho
eOioieut and obliging night nurse at
tho Queen's Hospital, leit on the S.
S. Australia, tho nth
count of ill health
iiiit., ou ac-
Rpropontatives of all the ;.r at
powers regard the barbarism at
Port Arthur as an iiiMilt to civiliza
tion. Some of the Japanese papers
aro admitting the facts.
This Space is Reserved
JST. S. S-A.OHCS
The Popular Millinery House,
104 Fort St, KCorxol-uQ-u..
re gale all over Great Un
ban delayed mail boats at all
Many casualties aro report
much needed rest. Owing to tho
crowded condition of that building
aud the barracks, Captain Wildor's
company was stationed iu tents iu
the Executive building yard. Lieu
tenant Coyne's company sang
"Marching Through Georgia" as
thoy catno aloug B-rotania street.
As each company hove in sight of
tho Executive building rousing
"cheers broke forth from those sta
About y-30 o'clock this morning
Captain Ziegler aud his company
with tho field piece came iu from
Mauoa. Tho entire company was
decked with evergreens and ilowers.
Captain Zicgler himself wore a
wreath of red Ilowers, which ho said
his girl gavo him in Mauoa. No
sooner had they reached tho King
street gate ot the .hxooutivo bulla
iug than Prum Major W. C. King
with his camera photographed tho
group. After the company had en
tered tho yard they wore a secoud
time photographed by J. J. Williams.
Captain Wilder's company was also
"shot" by Williams.
'.Y1 A IW" ""
tho Polico Station
aro recordod on
Prisouers of war. D. Damiana,
Kahooinanawanui, Kiui, J. Mahoo,
Patrick Ltuio, Mauuul K. Rosa, Ka
na. Held for investigation: Sam Euo
ka, S Paakaula, Kauhai, Joe Fern,
Makawalu, Kealo Nalei.
Treason: Makakoa, Kahalowai.
Conspiracy: J. K. Baker, Manna-loa.
Charles T. Gulick, who was Min
ister of the Interior in 188180, was
arrested yesterday afternoon. Ho
was put iu ono of the cells upstairs.
Mr. Gulick has beeu in poor health
Two Notod Rubnls.
It was reported last night that
Lot Liiio was captured, Two prison
ers were shortly aftor the report
driven iu hacks to tho station escort
ed by mounted police. It was not
Lot but his brother Patrick who
came in, together with Manuel Rosa.
Marshal Hitchcock wondered how
many more Lanes there woio to
catch. Patrick is the father of ono
of tho first two Lanes arrested.
Manuel Rosa is said to havo been
the chief guide ot tho n-bols in tho
mountain wilds, as ho knows every
foot of the country. Special Officer
Weirick is credited ou tho book
with those important arrests,
Tho Hormit'a Capturo.
Alohikoa,tho hermit of Mount Tan
talus, reported to the police that
four natives woro iu hidiug iu tho
ft is supposed that 200 stand
arms aro cached at Kakaako.
Thomas Wright suggests that tho
rank aud file of tho prisoners of war
should lo sot to clear the country
Some of the specials will bo dis
charged either today or to-morrow.
A number of useless rice guns
were brought to the Station this
Tho crowd around the Station has
gradually diminished in number.
Two wagon loads of specials wore
sent out this morning to search
houses for arms.
Captain Hookauo, of the police
force, is said to havo distanced his
companions in the climb over the
hills. Tho captain weighs 220
Senior Captain Robert Parker was
one of tho most elated individuals
this morning on tho receipt of the
news that Lot Lane had been cap
tured. Bob was heard to Bay, "No
more climbing for me."
A Portuguese guard iu Nuuanu
Valley halted a mounted patrolman
tho other night, Tho patrolman
told him who ho was, but Miguel
wanted to see "some papers." Ho
further said, patting ids ritle, that
ho plenty bean iu there. The patrol
man took out a pocket book aud
was allowed to come up. Grasping
tho rillo ho opened the magazine aud
found it empty.
Patrick Lane looked very watch
worn and weary ou his arrival at tho
Polico Station last evening.
Manuel Rosa, tho guide to the
Wilcox party along tho iutricacios
of Manoa aud Pauoa Valleys, pro
duced tho most coin of any "prison
er of war" yot arrested, on being
searched at the Station. Three
Kalakaua dollars showed that his
treasury was not empty.
Tim quiet ot tho Police Station
was only disturbed from midnight
until 15 o'clock this morning by a
telephone desiring the "Kalihi" Re
Prof. Bergor has a now march. It
is called tho "National Guard of Ha
waii." Councillor Jas F, Morgan is suf
fering iu tho eyes, having to wear a
black screou over ouo optic.
"Sam," tho colored man who was
tho objective point for several shots
from tho guards at tho Executive
building tho other night, was ar
rested last night by Dr. Rndgers for
roaming about without a pass.
Whou "Sam" was booked at tho
Stnliou and was told ho would bo
kept there ho smiled at tho prospect
of threo meals per day.
Nine! eou people were killed and
sixty injured in a railway accident
at Cheuford near Crowes, England. .
'1'he latest ad vicis are that China'
has decided to absolutely surrender !
through tin friendly otlices of Amur ,
Representative William Waldorf
Astor died at Clovodon, England,
Lord Randolph Churchill is re
turning to England, after a tour of
the world, utterly broken iu health.
Some lime ago Mr. Simon Gold
baum of Sail Luis Hoy, Cal., ws
troubled with a lame back and rheu
matism. Ho used Chamberlain's
Pain Balm aud a prompt euro was
elTocted. Ho says ho has since ad
vised many of his friends to try it
and all who have done so havo spoken
highly of it. It is for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smit h & Co., Agents
for Hawaiian Inlands.
Iryalpolas In Face and Eyes
Inflammation Subduod and Tar
tures Endod by Hood's.
"tun io Kbit to b rtUcYcdol xnj tnrturM
But I & willing to tell Ui benefit I luve J-
1 rired from Homt'i fi.iri.iparllli. InAlrllu4
My, I w nfnieleil lth arynlprlai In mjr fact
and ?, wlilcli iire.kd to my throat and tuck.
I I tried dlvirs ointments and allrrutlTti. hut
' tbw was no permanent Abatement of the hum-
I I ok, torturing pain, peculiar tn tills oomplaluU
1 began to take flood'a BartaparllU and
Folt Marked Rallof
before I had finished the first bottle. I con
tinued to improve unUI, when I had tukeu tout
bottles, I was completely cured, and felt that all
stirns. marks and symptoms of that dire eom
pLtlnt had forever vanished." Mita. K. K.
Ottawa, llllliboro, Whcomln.
YVkiinehhay, Jau HI.
Our lik l.lnn, Allircclit, W days from llong.
I'nr San Krnucl-cu, per lik 8 0 Allen,
Jim II K 1. Collins, VY K Yoiiiik. V Hub
Ixit. Mr unit Mrs M J Ureeu and H V Her
mini. Kor Kniiul, tier utmr Iwnlnul, Jnu 16
Mr J lliisli, .Mi8H lliiuti, Hiul Muster Hush
Fur Kiiiutl, jMjrxtnir Mllcahula, Jau l.'i
O Knlsi-r. K K tin Ju Wrgne, K J liiuon, 1)
M Kiiinulllkatiu Hint Ah Kim.
Kur Maul, jwr atmr (llaitillne, Jan 1!
.Mist ltiiK'TH, Mrs K W Carter and An Uliil.
I'ODKYN In Honolulu, January it), to
tho vifu ot Carl l'oileyn, a mm.
Hood's Pills are prompt and ('indent, yrl
easy lu actlju. Sold by all druicKlsU. 23c.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Agent for the Kutmblln of Hawaii.
liiililim Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds. Prop.
PKOMITIiY ATTKNUl'.l) TO.
Now Sugur Boat.
The now bark Santiago arrived at
Sail Fraucisuo from London Doe.
22, 1!J5 days out. Tho Santiago was
recently purchased by Captain Mat
son and Sproekels brothers to bo
placed ou tho run between Sau
Francisco aud these islauds as a
II - y iJKNgs. a
u3c T$U JhSSfI
v v - -a-" iv-sr
Kino Ktiitlomiry ami
This delicious temperance drink not only quenches
thirst, but promotes and preserves good health.
There's no drink iu the world like HIRES' KOOT
BE Hit, iu composition, iu preparation, or in popula
rity. Its wonderful success is a matter of history,,
and can only be explained by the fact that people
evi ry where recognize and appreciate its health and
pleasure-giving qualities. They will not drink the
worthier and injurious substitutes.
AST Ask your storekeeper for it. Made only
by The Charles E. Hires Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
"Wo have used over three dozen bottles of Hires' Hoot liver this sea
son, unit llnd ft the must delicious and healthful drink iu thu market. ,Ias.
F. IIammi-.ii, 1 120 J.l Ave., Alloonii, Pa., U. S. A."
"We havo iimiI your Hoot bYer in our family over three years, winter
unil mi m r. and would not do without it. We drink it instead of water.
Minn Lu-i'iNcorr, Cor. L'd and l'ino Sis., Cnmcdn, N. J., U. 8. A.
J O B B j R. 6
IIoiihon Dhuu Company
LIkxso.v, Smith & Company....
Hou.ivi'kk Dhuu Company, Ltd....
Lkwis it Company
. Wholesale Druggists
M. W. McGHESNEY & SONS
rt's almost as.easy for a
horse fed on California
Co.'s Hay and
to draw his load
is for this big cle-
Optician, Spectacles & Eyeglasses
Carefully Bulled to ull Sights.
DOMKKTIU SkWINO MaCIIINKS
Games, Toys, Dolls,
Always Kept on Hand.
Offer for flic Holiday Trade, a Full Assortment of
General Groceries. Families who wish to buy
wholesale (by the ease or original package) can
save money by calling on as. We especially call
your attention to our large stock of Extra Fine
Granulated Sugars in Barrels, Half Barrels and
Bags. Also a full assortment of Cutting's Extra
Fine Table Fruits al low jiriccs.
pliant to draw his. Wc
pay the highest price and
get tlm bt'ht there is to
be had. Our prices ae
as low as tho lowest.
Prompt delivery. Both
Telephones V21. . . .
Diaries - 8 0 5 Diaries
Kepi ou llaiiil
A Nice Stock AIwhv"
to Solocl f oni HOOKS unlernJ by
OUITAKS KKOM 11.00 UP.
Kill uh, Oornets, I'li'coloi, Ukulelea
an I other luutriiineiits. Also Violin,
IlmiJ'i and Uultar StrhiK and Kit
tlnK. BBWIXa MA0H1NK NKKW.K8
(or all kinds o' Machines.
Our Great Drive
A HAND HUOHINE ran $8.60.1 ,
Temple of Fashion
1891, we will begin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tho Sale will continue during the KNTIKK MONTH OF DKOKM
Ilhlt, Tho UoiKlu to he dlsostHl ol, coitnlsl ot
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods. Etc.
Boots, Shoos and Gent's Furnishing Goods.
Au Immense Assortment ot TOYS FOU 0HU1BTMAB