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Honolulu, II. I., January 7, 18(.tr.
Tho right of WRIT OF HABEAS
CORPUS is lieroby suspended and
MARTIAL LAW is instituted and
established throughout tho Island
of Oahu, to continue until further
notice, during which time, however,
the Courts will eon tin no iu session
and conduct ordinary business as
usual, except as aforesaid.
By the President:
SANTORD H. DOLE,
President of the Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KINti,
Minister of the Interior.
Republic of Hawaii
Honolulu, II. I., Jasuaiu 7, 181)5.
General Order No. 13.
All persons iu the District of Ho
uolulu except those engaged iu the
Military or Police Forces of tho
Government, who have iu their pos
session an arms or ammunition, are
horeby ordered to produce tho same
at the Marshal's Otlice before twelve
o'clock noon to-morrow, January S,
Any such persons in whoso posses
sion 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 Coiiimaudor-in-
JNO. H. SOPER,
Republic of Hawaii
HONOLULU, H. I., JAN. it, 181)5.
General Orders No. 14.
No person whatsoever will bo al
lowed to pass through the line of
sentries uow maintained from Paiolo
to Nuuanu Valleys inclusive, nor to
leave tho port of Honolulu for tho
other Islands without a Pass from
General or Regimental Headquar
ters. By order of the Commander-in-
General IIrabciuaiter;, RErnuur
of Hawaii. Adjutant Giiskiul's
Oi'FicK. Honolulu. Jan. 10. 1).". I
Gk.NHIAL OlrUKBS, No. 1(5.
Tho following nnmod appoiut
moiijts ;ms horeby auuouucod for tho
information of tho National Guard
WILLIAM AUSTIN WHITING,
to be Colonel of the First Regiment,
N. G. 11., with rank from January
WILLIAM A. KINNEY,
Aide de-Camp Geueral Stall, with
rank of Captain, from January 10,
W. O. ASHLEY,
fOiiartormastor First Regiment, N.
G. 11., with rank of Captain, from
January 11, 18'.).').
W. E. WALL.
elected Second Lieutenant First
Company Sharpshooters, with rank
from November 12, 181)1.
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief,
JNO. 11. SOPER,
the less tho Star says about Wilcox
and his former friends the better.
He was taken up by tho Star after
being given up by tho Bulletin, auil
ft dffiT not i'ii as if his later
friends have improved him much.
LOOAX AND OfcNKHI.
A barkeutine was twenty
northeast at !1 o'clock.
Divine sorvico iu German at
C. A 11 a. m. Sunday.
An experienced storekeeper is
wanted for a country storo.
Kapiolani Park Association's an
nual meeting is called for Wednes
day. There will be a cash sale at L. J.
Levey's auction room at IU to-morrow.
JillliltllT t,f, iSi).
Ill 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 Wertheim for which
we are the Agents. During
the past few years a machine
has been on (he market that by
The Government band played on changing several parts and put
ting on an attachment two
the Executive building grounds this
Four Japanese were arrestod last
night for being on tho streets after
V) :.'!() without a pass.
A number of ladies were interest
ed spectators during the treason
trial in the Executive building today.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
Cir.NEIlAL HcAUglARTF.IlS, REPUIIMC
Au.iiTANr Geneiial's Office,
Homillli, Island of Oahu, 11
January 10, 1SD5,
Special Ohdku No 2.Y
Oiiijeii for a Military Commission.
A Military Commission is lieroby
ordered to meet at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, on Thursday, the 17th day
of January, A. D. IhlKi, at 10 o'clock
a. in., aud thereafter from day to day
for the trial of such prisoners as
may bo brought before it on the
charges aud specifications to be pre
sented by the Judge Advocate.
The Ollicors composing tho Com
1. Colonel William Austin Whit
ing, First Regiment, X. G. 11.
'2. Lieutenant Colonel J. H. Fisher,
First Regiment, N. G. II.
3. Captain C. W. Ziegler, Compa-
uy !', N. u. li.
1. Captain J. M. Camara, Jr., Com
pany C, N. G. II.
."). Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
N. G. II.
0. Captain W.C. Wildor, Jr.,Com
pauy D, N. G. II.
7. First Lieutenant J. W. Jones,
Company D, N. G H.
Captain William A. Kiunoy, Aid-de-Camp
on General Stair, Judge
Uy order of tho Coiumaudor-iu-Chier.
(Signed) JNO. II. SOl'ER,
lloMtll Of I'.llUl TI01, ,
Honolulu, II. I , Jan. 17, lb'tt i
The Tenutiem' KxnmliiuUons mlvu'tlaeil
to lm liulil at llonokuii, liuniiikun and
Alnulai, North Kolmlu, are mstone.
Notion will lie "tint by telephone.' wlien the
liiM)t'Clu--(k'tiurul visits the illatrlut.
AI.ATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inapector-Uetieral ot Schools.
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.
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day, j TllC "Werlheilll" is COUStrilCt-
wook or inoniii. lorins: zi anu tu i nn i, ;nin i;n,. i, iri
cents ior niuht: 1 and 1.25 per , C( on sucl1 Simple lines tliat 10
The steamer Mikahala arrived
from the Garden Ulo this morning.
She left again at 51 o'clock this after
noon for Hauainaulu, carrying pas
Wilder's Steamship Company, L'd,
announces a regular ten da s ser
vice each way between Honolulu
aud Lahaiua aud Hamakua ports by
the steamer Kihalaui.
change from the lock to the
chain stitch is less work than
to thread a needle, and when
the stitch is made, found to be
as perfectly done as if the ma
chine sewed but one stitch.
For embroidery or any fancy
woik the Wertheim excels be-
J. W. Chapman, the well-known CatlSC the illVCIltor included ail
SSnJ bampieSutffi . embroidery attachment amonS
itiiuiui I'liiiiua, Hiiiirou iannw, inu, , ( ( C mUIU UICa3llli!3 Ul IMC
nuurcs nun u.iic in iui,i.i,ii. uiiilu.
at the uuarautiue
JNO. II. SOPER,
Under MARTIAL LAW every
person found upon the streets or
iu auy public place between the
J:30 P. M. aud & A. M.
will bo liable to arrest, unless pro
vided with a pass from Military
Headquarters of the Marshal's
The gathering of crowds is pro
hibited. Anyone disturbing the peace or
disobeying orders is liable lo sum
mary arrest without warrant.
By order of the Commaudor-in-
J. H. SOPER,
Holders of water privileges, or those
puyliiK wttlor rutos, are lieruhy noil lied
that the hours fur Irrigation purposes uro
from 7 to a o'clock a. u., unci 5 to 0
o'clock r. u. A. J1KOWN,
Superintendent Honolulu Witter Works.
J. A. Kino,
.Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, II uy 25, Ib'Jl. 1183-ti
ftnlqrd lb net I her Seal not l'url
but tittubliihed for the Benefit of All
FRIDAY, JAN 18, 185.
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
"Wertheim." Perhaps the
greatest merit of the "Wer-
Statiou. Tho men were all willing i theim" is the nce. Wo sell it
tk rtla ttftfltftal tAtlA litlkili A liitii
iu nuij mini vumuiwnj, nuuj iiioj
wore prevailed upon by ono of the
local merchants not to ship.
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
tud organ maker and tuner, cau fur
nish bst factory references. Order
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be the same as don
11. u. man nas romovou irom i , ,;,.i, .-,,,. ,.,,, ,,,' .,,yA
King street to the store of Chris mS'. 5ome Q peaiUlt Oil and
Gortz, Fort street. There ho will , Others keiOSCIie. We do UOt
repair watches and make souvenir i ... !... n. :.. i....
spoons and jewelry of every descrip- -'l" Ullllllg II1C evening, LHU
Henry Dickenson of Lahaiua, tfnOStS Walk." We've sold all
Maui, administrator of tho estate of bOI'tS of lamps for this ptlipose
Ihos. J. Ilaysoldeu, is now paying to . , ,, ' . ' ,
creditors through the agency or J. , md we have generally aimed
T. Waterhouse an additional diyi- , 0 Q (le fasL f fcw J.iyi
ilend of I.'J.l percent. This, with the . J
previously "paid M) percent dividend, agO WC received ail 1I1VOICC Of
makes a total so lar ol 0.1 percent
and rellects crcditahly upon the
energy aud ability of the administrator.
.avail? been tho practical , (hrough the Still llOlllS of the
kor for Wontier ii Co. ten . . .. i i
needs no pulling. Hlgllt wllCIl "COCks CIOW illld
If the conductors of the Star
know anything about political af
fairs prior to 18l);i they would not
permit such a spiteful misrepresen
tation as the following paragraph
contains to appear:
An editor whose political career
ended with defeat as a running
mate with Wilcox, cau scarcely bo
expected at this time to put out a
paper in sympathy with the Gov
The foreign branch of the Na
tional Reform party had its origin
iu a muvement against Asiatic ag
gression led by Mr. Kinney, aud the
editor sneered at in tho forogoing
quotation gave that gentleman some
little aid in conjunction with others
holding public meetings. After the
crushing defeat of Wilcox's insur
rection iu 188'.), he and other native
leaders showed a disposition to be
more moderate in their claims for
native rights and royal prerogative.
They wore joined by the foreign
branch on a liberal and progressive
platform. When Wilcox and some
of his leading followers became
obstreperous agaiu tho Bulletin op
posed thorn and thereby incurred
much personal abuse for itself aud
itsoditon. in 18i)2 tho Liberal party
of which Wilcox aud C. W. Ashford
were the leaders broke away from
the National Reform party, aud Mr.
Thurston aud other leaders of the
Reform party decided not to put up
a ticket against the National Re
formers rather than risk tho election
of tho Liberal tickot. In the Legis
lature Wilcox waB found voting with
Thurstou to provont any National
Reform Cabinet from retaining otlice.
After tho revolution of 1803 Wilcox ia
found on tho platform of tho Annex
ation Club with a former editor of
tho Star, and his words aro paraded
iu tho Star with every sigu of grati
ficatiou. In view of all those facts,
At Williams' Studio are to be seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which lit
is making a specialty of. Lauton
Slides for lecture by the set or
By Jan. F. Morgan.
Gash. Sale !
TO-MOUIiOW, .Jim. 19th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
AT MY SLjE3SK.OOL4
1 WIU. KKLI. tT I'l lll.lr AI'l'llON
Household FurnliOM aud Genital
MoKDnndlstt, Eic , Etc , Etc.
rirwtii J. Lsvoy,
UIU U AIHITIONKKII.
AM SON'NTxn, llP.N JO .INITU
Vnrn. tuiKi 11 Ulir In tier V. M.
r. A Hail. lyni.'i
a n i:xi'i:i'ii:m'ki sroiti:Ki:Ki'i:it
11 fur Country Hlore H lln uIikikt
for n noo.l iiihii
IIui.i.i iin OtlU'G.
Ollurs uiuliir S. Iv
12 10-1 w
MEETING NO" IOE.
'pill; ANNUAL MKKl'INO OP THK
I IvAI'lOMNl I'AHK A Mill lATIllN will til-
liclil ut tlm OttU'urif Win. O Irwin A Co,
(LM), on WKIINKSDVY Jim 2(11,11110
ot-luok a.m. V. M. UIKKAUO,
1210 It bt-urrtir.
AONK UNI)IVII)i:i) T'VKNTIKIH
Hliuru ill lilt! lillllaii ol llonokilil
iltunlu in Himtli Ivoiiii 11 wail, v ntuiiiiiiK
tt'i nrtit of IVi'S Acre a, und IiuIiik Apinu U
ot H. 1'. IWi7, L. C. A. "713. Tlmru urn .US
11-10 Arrvn to evi-ry uliurc. This liiliil ml
inula rvuiuiiiKi on uitimiuiii iiiiu i u vuiu ,
nlilo iiruin-riy. A koo1 a il ot it 1h ult CllOUJh
uiilii kit inrc, uuu inu iiuiui uv mr ji.imi ur
uk. It lies miir Hookii'Mi 'uilIIiik'. I'ricu
aiO. Titl-i jiurfi-ut; wairuuty lU-fil, no-
knoMeiluu l uml Htitiujieii, tvun to pur
amps similar lo the "Nutmeg"
but much better for the reason
that they have diminutive re
llectors and an attachment
whereby they may be hung up
to the wall. They cost only
lifty 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 leady 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
down the fruit as perfect as
when it leaves the tree. If you
want one of them without a
pole it costs you tifty cents
two bits extra if you take a
Honolulu has in it 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
lish 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
or fnrtliur iiaiticiiliirK timily io
J, .11. ,Ml?lQMlll I I.
Honolulu, Jiiuimry I, IbO'i,
IsTOTIO H3 !
1 C'oiiiinuml r V.M lo.vo Hcc olulu i
follows: Tiienlsy, Jan. '2.M, Frlilny. l'Vb.
Int. Tnescliiy, Ktib. Il'th ut 2 i- m for I.a
Imtnii, .Miiliiikoim, Lnupalioolior. ll-nio
IiIiiii, Uakiiliiu, llimi.mil I'olinkumttim
mill It lu lictiliuing leave illlo t ij i. ,
Monday, Jan. 2itli, Tliiirnluy. Kitb. 7th
.Moiiiluv, Feb IStli, cu lint; tit Lu 'iiiiliOft
Iioh union it ay. Li aveH Mu.iiikonu t7 a. m.
Tuiwluy, Jan. Kith, Krliluy.Keb Hth.Tuii
day, Ki'li l''tli, uulllnt! at Lalinlnn wiiiio
day, arrlvltiK ut Honolulu Hame night.
WILUEK'SSTKAMHIin' Cu., L'u.
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
fills a long-felt want in Hono
lulu and on the other Islands.
Ifvou get one of them you
will never i egret it.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd.
a Lifetime !
The opportunity comes lo u
mun to do 1 1 i i i o I f good,
once in a lifetime. That
once h now it I your coin
muni). Wo h.ivo j tint re
ceived u cotiiph'tu dock of
TIiIk lino of record licit I cr
we tire pelting ut
35.00 per Pair
(it it1"!' never ilnMiitcil of lic
fore in lliis country. . .
Weitreiifler the iiicii'h hrie
trade untl we mc goitiK to
gi t il.
AV tt -M
nfJrTf?' f ?i
Mrjfrgv :i.7 ;
iE aii , ,$lf'&
O o C
O i i
XotliitiK herotoforo knowu is
nttytliing like so useful.
I"W aro po freo from catarrh
and other affections that touch
tho throat as to liavo uo need
of relief from ' tickling" or
"dryness" or "rawness" or
"irritation" or "iulliiinmation"
of tho throat, or to have no
need of help iu the use of the
voice, as in talking or reading
aloud or singing.
It ives the throat rest.
Hull SI'KAKKKS AND
Tiiiioat CojuoitT will give
you such voice as is not to
ho got in any other way.
Such statements are com
mon; you don't lielioro il.
Try ono tablet lot it dis
solve iu the mouth.
COLD IN THK JIHAD.
At the beginning of a
cold, when you have the
chilly feeling, a tablet every
ten or fifteen minutes will
generally prevent the cold.
It is a tonic for tho
stomach as well as for the
this si'.u'i: ia
UL: S. JLu'ETVUT,
l''OUT SrilKLT, II. 1.
UKLIHH OH PAIN.
Iu all painful throat diseabes,
such as tousiiitis and quinsy,
Tiihoat CoMt-iiiiT gives relief
beyontl your expectation.
Many troublesome throat
disoniers are kept up by in
cessant "el faring of the
throat "or by coughing. Tho
rest that Throat Cosikoiit
give;, in such cases, is all that
is needed to let the throat get
There is no harm in auy
amount of it. It will not even
upset the stomach, unices
EOBKON DRUK CO.
Now and . .
Ohnap in. .
1)7 going to
UK HAS HKCKIVKl) K. S. S. "AUSTRALIA"
A SI'LKXDIU LOT OK
Worsteds and Tweeds
AN' I) A LA WOK ASSORTMENT OK
EVERY LINE OK :::::::
Call aud examine goods and prices before you
uo rAiniiKit and I'Aio: woKsc. Vou know the place:
MrehhBt S. ROTH !! Tailor.
(lumnilns Block, Fort and Mtrcbtnt Sts.
j. B. Kerr
'ik tilt! only
iiliin in llu
Kg The Automatic Pkakl Skwnio aIaciiink with
tho Littcst Modern Attuchmi'iitH snitahk1 for Light and
Heavy Work To I'm chasers: IuHtnietions In Arlseno,
Tinsel, Sehnelle and Faney Kinhroldery Work will ho given.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should he boiled and filtered.
The Only Hkliaiilk "Watku ITiltkr is the Slack k
Bl'OWdloW. They are nude on scientific principles. They
are accessible in all parts and can be readily cleaned.
PACIFIC HARD WAKE CO., LT)
CORNER POUT & MERCHANT STREETS.