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EXECUTIVE BUILDING, )
Honolulu, II. I., January 7, 185.J
Tho right of WHIT OF HABEAS
COIl PUS is horoby suspended anil
MAHTIAL LAW ia instituted ami
established throughout tho Island
o( Oahu, to continue until author
notice, during which time, however,
the Courts will continue in session
and conduct ordinary business as
usual, oicopt as aforesaid.
Uy the President:
SAN FORD B. DOLE,
President of the Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Republic of Hawaii
Honolulu, H. I., January 7, 1S.)3.
General Order No. 13.
AJ1 porsous iu tho District of Ho
uolulu except those engaged in the
Military or Police Forces of tho
Government, who have iu their pos
session any arms or ammunition, are
hereby ordered to produce tho same
at the Marshal's Otlico before twelve
o'clock noon to-morrow, January 8,
Any swell persons iu whoso posses
sion any Anus or Ammunition are
found after that hour will be liable
to summary artest and imprison
ment, aud the Arms and Ammuni
tion to confiscation.
liy order of tho Coiniiiauder-in-
J NO. H. SOPEU,
Republic of Hawaii
HONOLULU, H. 1., JAN. i), IMi.
General Orders No. 14.
No person whatsoever will be al
lowed to pass through the line of
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 the Commander-in-Chief,
J NO. II. SOPER,
Uudor MARTIAL LAW every
person found upon the streets or
iu auy public place between the
9:30 P. M. and G A. M.
will be liable to arrest, unless pro
vided with a pass from Military
Headquarters of the Marshal's
Tho gathering of crowds is pro
hibited. Anyone disturbing the peace or
disobeyiug orders is liable to sum
mary arrest without warrant.
By drdor of the Commander-in-Chief,
J. H. SOPER,
Holders of water privileges, or those
Iiuying witter rates, aro liurohy iiolliled
that the hours (or irrigation purposes aro
(rom 7 to B o'clock a. m., und 6 to 0
o'olockr. it. A. IJKOWN,
Bujierlntondont Honolulu Wuter Works.
J. A. Kino,
Minister ot tho Interior,
Honolulu, Hay 25, 1891, llW-t!
General Hkadouarters. Rkpciii.ic
of Hawaii, Adjutant Giaeral's,
Office, Honolulu, Jan. 10, 181m
General Orders, No. 10,
Tho following named appoint
ments are hereby announced for the
information of the National Guard
WILLIAM AUSTIN WHITING,
to be Colonel of the First Regiment,
N. G. 11., with rauk from January
WILLIAM A. KINNEY,
AidodoCamp General Stall, with
rank of Captain, from January 10,
W. G. ASHLEY,
Quartermaster First Hegiment, N.
O. II., with rank of Captain, from
January 11, 18S5.
W. E. WALL,
elected Second Lieutenant First
Company Sharpshooters, with rauk
from November 12, 181)1.
By order of tho Couitnauder-iu-Chiof,
J NO. 11. SOPEU,
Gt.NERAL Headquarters, Reitulic
Adjutant General's Office,
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, II. 1.,
January 10, 1895,
Special Order No. 25.
Order for a Military Commission.
A Military Commission is horoby
ordered to meet at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, on Thursday, the 17th day
of January, A. D. 185)5, at 10 o'clock
a. m., aud thereafter from day to da'
for the trial of such prisoners as
may be brought before it on the
charges aud specifications to be pre
sented by tho Judge Advocato.
The O Ulcers composing the Com
1. Colonel William Austin Whit
iug, First Regiment, N. G. H.
2. Lieutenant ColonulJ. II. Fisher,
First Regiment, N. G. H.
3. Captaiu C. W. Ziegler, Compa
ny F, N. G. II.
1. Captain J. M. Camara, J r., Com
pany O, N. G. II.
5. Captain J. W. Piatt, Adjutant,
N. G. H.
0. Captain W.C. Wilder, Jr., Com
pany D, N. G. II.
7. First Lieutenant J. W. Jones,
Company D, N. G. II.
Captaiu William A. Kinney, Aid-de-Camp
on General Stair, Judge
By order of the Commander-iu-Cliief.
(Signed) JNO. H. SOBER,
Hoard or Kiiw-ation, i
Ho.NuLULi', 11. 1 , Jim. 17, Is'O i
Tim Teachers' Kxiimlnutlonx uilvP'tiaetl
to Ixi hold nt lloiidlaa, liiinmkuii ami
Alnukit, North Kolmlu, it re iiii9txiiiHil.
Nut Ice will lie sent liy toleilione when the
IiitlMjnto'-Uuiiprnl Ylsitu the district.
AI.ATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inspector-General of Schools.
$h gnUti Uklin.
PMjr,d to neither .Vnci nci 'urlj ,
tiut SAtnbliihed for th? Hennfit of Alt.
THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 181-5.
WEAPONS OF AN AKO UY.
Unspeakable horror is the only
term to describe the feelings of the
community over tho discovery of tho
weapons of anarchy among tho
rebels' implements of destruction.
Tho place whore tho principal do
posit of bombs was found will cause
a revulsion of feeling in many minds
concerning a certain distinguished
prisoner, which it will require very
clear aud strong ovidnuco to turn
back again. However, as stated else
where in another connection, tho
whole matter of the rebellion being
in the hands of a competent tribunal,
comments at this stage would be
traversing the freedom of tho hand
NO MORE TO SAY.
Since the last previous issue of
this paper a Military Commission
has boon proclaimed aud has begun
its sessions for tho trial of all per
sons charged with connection iu any
respect with the insurrection. Dis
cussion of tho disposal of tho pri
soners is therefore just as inappro
priate as would be the discussion of
a case on trial in any civil court.
What tho Bulletin has said thus far
on tho question may not bo agree
able to a majority of those who
have saved the Government--indued
it is probably not so. Yet enough
expressions of approval have boou
heard to prove that our position re
presents at least a respectable minor
ity of the defenders and friends of
the Republic, and, as it is deemed
the proper thing uowadays to have
minority representation, tho (ap
parent) minority having now had a
voice tho question is best left to the
solemn tribunal on whom rests tho
responsibility. However, a parallel
quoted by a correspondent to-day is
of considerable interest.
Tlie year 1808 wilnesed tho la"',
rising of the Maories of New Zv
land against tho Colonial Gov ,.n
meut. Groat Britain two years pr' r to
that time had recalled all tit im
perial troops scattered throughout
her vast Australasian Empii., and
local authorities were solely tl con
servators of peace.
A largo utunber of politic pris
oners and agitators had dur for
mer years been deported to small
group oi islands caiioiitiiout- .hams
lying due east irom liankf
sula, tiu miles distant, lii
were under tho mildest
surveillauco. but deeply
of their utunber, . craz
semi-religious fanatic, hall Mahdi,
ii . tti.il. 1 . .1 1
iihii , .win oniuu, iiiuy iwiu a
small schooner and npeiied
the master -under throats , f instant
death to navigate thou to tho
mainland. Tlioy landed c i the east
coast of the north islam), at a place
called Poverty Bay, where is now
situated tho thriving town of Gis
borne, massacring men. women and
children, all being taken at night
unawares. Tho local forces were
quickly at tho front but were totally
inadequate to cope with tho rebellion
and retired with much los includ-
.. ! 1 .1 t ,T
ing, as 11 aid, wie commauuor von -rr mil .1 , ,..!.. i
Tempsky and his l.e.Uenant St. j The WcrtllCllll IS COIlstrUCt
John. The loyal Maories under e(J 01 SUCll simple HllCS that to
Major Ropata a native gentleman ' , e ,, ' , , . .,
holding tie Queen's commission- 1 cliailgC flOIll tllC lock to the
with the aid of many local white chain stitch is less work than
volunteers aud constables routed l , , . , ,
aud dispersed tho rebels. Many j to thread a llCCdle, and WllCIl
were slain; but the great majority !
wore taken prisoners. i he ox
citing cause of the rebellion, To
ICooki, vanished from humau ga.e
as completely as did the arch
fiend of the Eil Indian mutiny.
He was never punished although
believed to be alive till some two
years since, whon rumors of his "
death wore current.
Tho sentences meted out to the '
captured wore mild indeed, when
tho euormity of the offense is con- I
sidered. No oue sullored death; aud
tho punishment, taking an average,
was about live years penal servitude.
Sir Donald Maclean, the native
minister, about two years subso-
ouentlyhad tho nnjorlty pardoned '
and restored to their homes by the
government dispatch steamer Many
miserable wretches white of face but
black of heart, were suspected of
supplying arms and munitions to
tho rebels; but none wore prose-
cuted, a quiet espionage hovoretl
over them for a time only.
Tho moderation of the Colonial 1
Government proved wise aud pru- j
dent, and was in the end productive
of the greatest good. Not one war
Hiioi una uuuu tiuaru 111 .uw caiiinu
since that miserable tryinu lime.
Hero in Hawaii, our strong for
midable government now more
lirmly entrenched iu power than
evor would do well to follow the
paths of lenity aud mercy, consist
ent as they are with absolute safety.
Honolulu, Jan. 17, 1805.
An Old Soldlur's Rocommondntion.
In the late war I was a soldier in
tho First Maryland Volunteers,
Company G. During my term of
service 1 contracted chronic diar
rlaoa. Since then 1 have used a
great amount of medicine, but when
1 found any that would give me re
lief it would injure my stomach,
until Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
aud Diarrluua Remedy was brought
to my notice. 1 used it and will say
it is the only remedy that gave me
permanent relief ami no bad results
follow. I take pleasure iu recom
mending this preparation to all of
my old comrades, who, while giving
their services to their country, con
tractod this dreadful disease as 1
did, from eating unwholesome aud
uncooked food. Yours truly, A. E.
Bundinu, Halsoy, Orocou. For sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith A: Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Please state iu your paper that the
accouut giveu by the Advertiser is a
deliberate lie concerning Thos. E.
Evans' movements on Sunday night,
which can be easily proven, and ob
lige A FlIIKND.
At Williams' Studio are to he hwu
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by the set or
tuLXS. I. KTJIi NEW6
Tiii'uhdw, Jan. 17.
Htiur Kiniiu from Hawaii ami -Maul
VobsoIb Liuavini; To-morrow.
Stiur Kiiiau (or .Maui and Hawaii at '1 p 111
OiirtrouB from Inland Porta.
Stiur Kiiiau liO liagH eom, 28 nigH pla, US
liiium'Ofimiui', US hags hoiiP.M, (HI lug"
potato' h, Hlh g-, I'J pkgH Miles, 1 IU
From Hawaii und Mini, jier stmr Kiunii,
Jnn 17 Volcano: V HOihiim', K .1 l-cuny,
O It Daysdulti and wile, A .Miiuinl'lan ami
w le, J V tiprague. Way.ort: lord l)0'
mar. V it C 113.1c. Mlus l,ovro. B K. Kane,
W Weight. T O.uiuuto. l)r ilrczer. f O
Wliltn. .'!' KWher, HUH I'lincr, 11 Our
man, Mlm Mussuy, and Ci duck.
AONB UNDIVIDKI) TWKNTlKrH
nharo In iliu Aliinnuu ot lloiiokiia
Dikiuiiu 111 oiuiiii noun inwuii, ui iiiuiiiuiK
auitrraor (7S Acres, and lielni; Aptna U
01 11. r. eso7, 1. u. a. '7i;i. riiuro uro a
t) ID Acrm In uvery share. This laud ad
inero uro ,m
joins iiaiamtu 011 tnu Houtii ana 1 a vuiu
ulile inuiieriy. A uood deal nf it Is Milt
alilu (or 1'olleo, and tlm lialancn for paatur
ago. It Ilea utur lloukuna laudiiiK. l'rlco
$U. Titln purled; wairunty deed, nu
kuuwledKud nud btaiiiped, j;lven to pur
chaser, l'"or further pnrtlculiirs apply to
J. M. MdNUAHItAT.
Honolulu, January I, lbitt. liM-il
January ., S05.
In purchasing a sewing ma
chine it is advisable to 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 are the Agents. During
the nasi few vears a machine
, . mni.l,( , f ,.,
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changing several parts 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.
,1P cfif..i Jc ni.l fn.i.vl In lv
... . ...... ... .....V.W, .W...V. vw
as perfectly done as if the ma
chine sewed but one stitch.
For embroidery or any fancy
work the Wertheim excels be-
cause (1C inventor included ail
, ., ,
embroidery attachment among
, nvmifnld hlessinirs nf thi
"??, ' ,. 5" 01 l,
"Wertheim. Perhaps tllC
irr.,.,.d mpri n( ,1-- U,m-
-"-" "- ". ... .,..
thcim" is Hie Orice. We sell il
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for leSS money tliail VOU pay
i for an ordinary machine that
j Will do leSS WOrk and IS k'SS
attractive in appearance. Our
1 , . . 'r , . , ,
, Stock Of VVcrtlieimS 1I1C1UUCS
cnVPrnl cfvl, nf Hhlps
SCVCrdl Si) iLb UI UIVILS.
Some people blllll Candles at
i,i ..,-, ,,.. , .n,, ii j
gl. !ome ll5e Pnut ol1 ;md
otllCl'S kerOSCHC. We do liot
. ,. , ,
iiicdii uuimg uic evening, um
through the still hours of the
night when "cocks crow and
ghosts walk." We've sold all
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 re
flectors and an attachment
whereby they may be hung up
to the wall. They cost only
lifly 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
clown the fruit as perfect as
when il 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 il 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
niis a long-ien want in nono-
i i l if if
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will never regret it.
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The opporluiiily comes to 11
mini to do liiniHulf good,
once in 11 lifetime. That
once ih now nt your com
mand. We have just re
ceived a complete- flock of
This line of record hunters
we arc selling at
S5.00 per Pair
jirics never dreamed of be
fore iu this country. . .
We nre after the men's rltno
tnxle ami we im going to
gi t it.
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THROAT . CUMFORT .
Nolliiug herotoforo known is
anything like so useful.
Few aro so freo from catarrh
aud other affections that touch
tho throat as to havo uo need
of reliof from "tickling" or
" dryness " or " rawness " or
"irritation" or "inllainination"
of tho throat, or to havo 110
need of help in tho use of tho
voice, as iu talking or reading
aloud or singing.
It gives tho throat rest.
IVIl SI'BAKKUS AND
TllKOAT COMFOKT Will give
you such voico as is not to
be got in any other way.
Such statements are com
mon; you don't believe it.
Try one tablet lot it dis
solve iu the mouth.
KKI.II-.K OK 1'AIN.
Iu all painful throat diseases,
such as tousilitis ami ipiinsy,
Throat Cosivoiit gives relief
beyond your expectation.
Mail troublesome throat
disorders nre kept up by in
cessant "clearing of tho
throat" or by coughing. The
rest that Throat Comfort
gives, in such cases, is all that
is needed to let the throat get
There is no harm in any
amount of it. It will not even
upset the stomach, unless
Cheap in. .
by going to
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SCS The Auto.matio Pkakl Skwxio Macmiink wilh
tho Lutost lNo(lei'n Attaclimoiits suitublo for Light and
lleiivy Work To Purchusurs: lustructioiiB in Arisunu,
Tinsel, Schnt'lle and Fancy Kinbroidery Work will he given.
Beware of Bacteriated Water I
Drinking water Hhould be boiled and filtered.
The Only KuLhAULK Watkh Filtkk is the Slack k
Browiilow. They are nrido on seicntilic principles. They
aro acceHsible in all parts and can be readily denied.
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ten or fifteen minutes will
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It is a tonic for the
stomach as well as for the
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