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EXECUTIVE BUILDING, 1
Honolulu, II. 1., January 7, IS'Jj.J
Tho right of WRIT OE HABEAS
CORPUS is hereby suspended and
MARTIAL LAW is instituted awl
established throughout tho Island
of Oahu, to continue until further
notice, during which time, however,
tho Courts will continue in sesion
aud conduct ordinary business as
usual, except as aforesaid.
ly tho President:
SANFORD JI. DOLE,
President of the Republic' of Ha
waii. J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Under MARTIAL LAW every
person found upon the streets or
iu any public place between the
l):30 I. M. and 5 A. M.
will bo 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 tho peace or
disobeying orders is liable to sum
mary arrest without warraut.
By order of the Commander-in-Chief,
J. II. SOI'ER,
Uenekal Headquarters, Repuiilic
Adjutant Geneiial's Omen,
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, II
January Hi, 1893,
Special OnDEit No. -.").
OnuEii ton a Military Commission.
A Military Commission is hereby
ordered to meet at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, ou Thursday, the 17th day
of January, A. D. lS'.Ci, at 10 o'clock
a. ui., aud thereafter from day to day
for the trial of such prisoners as
may be brought before it ou Ue
charges aud specilicatioas to be pre
souted by tho Judge Advocate.
The Oilicers composing tho Com
1. Coloiiel William Austin Whit
iug, First Regiment, N. G. II.
2. LieiitouautColonel J. 11. Fisher,
First Regimeut, N. G. H.
H. Captain C. W. Zieglor, Compa
ny F, N. 0. II.
1. Captain J. M. Caniara, Jr., Com
pany C, N. G. II.
5. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
N. G. H.
0. Captain W.C. Wilder, Jr., Com
puny D, X. G. U.
7. First Lieutenant J. W. Jones,
Company D, N. G. U.
Captain William A. Kinney, Aid-de-Camp
ou General Stair, Judge
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief.
(Signed) J NO. H. SOPER,
Holders of water privileges, or tliuac
(layliiK water rates, uru liuroliy nutlliutl
tUut tlie hours for Irrigation purpoaeb uro
(ruin 7 to 8 o'clock a. m., atil 6 to u
o'clock i m. A. llKOU'N,
tJuiMiriiitoinlcut Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kind,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, May IU, lb!) I. IliW-tt
Wire -:- Nails
WILDE K & CO., L'n.
At Wuiklki on car lino and on 1'alitinrt
Hoad near l'Vrllllr.Ini; 1'liuit. Tin-Mi lts
are Very Cheap aim Bold on easy turina.
Desirable Avre True in near tlie clt) anil
other Properties for bale.
UKUCK WAKING t CO.,
Jlealeri In lOts und Lands,
JUJJ-tf M)3 Fort Street, nrar KIliK.
rpHK ANNUAL AIKKTINO OK THlv
X. KlLAUIt BUOAII UOMCAfiY will 1)0 llfclcl
at the oflioo of .Messrs W. U, Irwlu fs, Co ,
L'd., on WKDNKSDAY, the M Inst., ut
11 O'clock A, M.
t-ecretury K. B. Co.
u Honolulu, Jan. 21, Ib'Jo. yil-'i
JlVSils gj UWtin.
rVciflnl to Hcttiet Hfut m farfy
But JiitubUihed for thcBwM of All.
MONDAY, JAN. a. 15.
THE UOYAIilST COMMISSION.
Advices from Washington by the
Arawa's mail disclose hero for the
first time tho result of the royalist
commissioners' visit to Washing
ton last summer. They requested
through Secretary Grosham au iu
terviow with the Provident, "to ask
Ins excellency whether thero is any
hope for his doing anything for the
restoration of the constitutional gov
eminent of the Hawaiian Islands."
President Cleveland declined to
grant an ollicial interview, but ar
ranged to 'meet them as individuals
who had traveled a long distance for
tho purpose of laying a certain mat
ter Iwfore him.' When the time ar
rived tho President was confined to
his house by illness, but a written
answer he had prepared, to bo de
livered to the commissioners at the
interview, was handed to them. In
this answer the President said in
clfcct that having failed iu his plans
for restoration of tho old govern
ment whose overthrow ho had been
convinced on investigation was part
ly accomplished by unjustifiable in
terference on the part of tho repre
sentatives of the Government of the
United Slates iu its diplomatic and
naval service ho committed tho en
tire subject to the Congress of the
United States. Continuing, he said
that the Congress had, both by its
action and omission to act, "signi
fied that nothing need be done
touchiug American interference with
tho overthrow of the government of
the iueou." A government had been
established which was fulfilling its
functions over all the islands, which
tho President said was clearly en
titled to the recognition of the
United States, and such "recognition
aud the attitude of Congress," he
concluded, ' led to an absolute de
nial of the least present or future
aid or encouragement ou my part of
an ellort to restore auy government
heretofore existing iu tho Hawaiian
Whon the three commissioners re
turned they maintained au unac
countable secrecy regardiug tho re
sult of their mission. Although two
of them were concerned iu the cor
poration owning tho Bulletin, they
declined to give this paper the least
inkling of what they had accom
plished or failed to accomplish at
Washington. As this paper had
based its opposition to the Provi
sional Government, as a government,
upon the attitude assumed by the
United States Executive, it was itn
poitaut at that juncture for it to
know the actual state of the ques
tion at Wa'hiugton. Failing iu re
peated etrorts to obtain the inform
ation dM red, the conductor of this
paper gave his adhesion to the Re
public, and the Bulletin has since
in its editorial columns advocated
the main item of the Government's
policy, viz., annexation to the United
The final aud absolute refusal of
President Cleveland to use the ex
ecutive power of the United States
iu either restoring tho old govern
ment, or aiding auy attempt to that
eud, shut up the opponents of the
Republic to action of their own for
its overthrow or else an unequivocal
acceptance of the situation. Their
leaders -chose tho former alternative
and, spendiug good money for war
equipment, induced an uprising of
native Hawaiians which gave the
Government an opportunity of dis
playing a strength that all intelli
gent obsorvors, whoso minds wore
not infatuated ovor a lost cause, had
long realizod it possessed. What
might have happened if other and
shrewder plans had been adopted,
aud premature action had not been
taken by the rebels, it is idle to con
jecture. It must be taken as for
tunate, in the interests of stable
government aud of life aud property,
that the revolt took place when and
how it did, also that the Govern
ment was left without the semblance
of foreign protection iu the etnor
goucy. With foreigu warships pres
eut in the harbor the Government
could uot have so completely viudi
cated its right to exist, for then it
might bo said that such presence
had deterred large numbers from
joining iu the insurrection if in
deed there would have been anj
attempt at insurrection.
A Great Bivttlo
Is continually going ou iu the hu
man r-ystom. The demon of i in pun
blood strives to gain victory ovoi
tho constitution, to ruin health, tc
drag victims to the grave. HoodV
Sarsaparilla is tho weapon with
which to defend one's self, drive the
desperate enemy from tho field, and
restore bodily health for many years.
Hood's Pills euro nausea, sickness,
indigestion and biliousness. 2w.
At Williams' Studio are to be seer
Portraits on Watch Dials, which hi
is making a specialty of. Lauteri
Slides for lecture by tho set or
t.OOAt, AND OKNKUAL WKWB
Good saddle horses are fcjr sale at
Smith's bus stable.
The annual mooting of the Kilauoa
Sugar Co. is called iu a uotico else
where. The Government band played ou
the Exocutivo budding grounds this
Mr. Hackfeld has a notice else
where nt assignee of Sou Kfo of
The members of the mounted pa
trol have beeu furnished with a now
style of caps.
Dr. Goto ha returned from the
Leper Settlement aud will remain in
town two weeks.
Tho sale of the Holomua plant
was again postponed to-day, this
tune until further notice.
At 6:.'W o'clock this evening the
monthly meeting of the Pioneer
Building V Loan Association will lie
The Honolulu Cricket Club meet- (1Cr llOUSCS rcall.C it. Every
ing called for to morrow is post- ' . . . , ,
poued, subject to the call o. the I year brings us greater knowl
presidont. ' edge on the subject; and with
erwear is to bo a spo-
b. p. Eiii.r. s Co's ,
cial card at
this week, in connection with au ex
tra large slock of general dry goods.
Mons Verleye, French Commis
sioner, attended the court-martial
for tho first time today. The
sex is attending iu increasing num
iK7i;iltlui;n Liuuir, ;uuiui liwii'i
and Nuuatiu streets, lodging by day,
Mechauics Home, corner Hotel I
week or mouth. Terms: z; aud m)
cents per night; Jl aud 11.25 per
The China on her last voyage
I. -..!.- .1... 1 f Vl.i:..
and Honolulu. Her time from this
nort to San Francisco was 5 days
The Cliff Honse at tho entrance
to me uouieti vj:ho was uesiroyeti
oy tire on the uigiil 01 Dec. Jinn.
A new building costing rlUO.UUU will
be erected ou the spot.
.1. W. Chapman, the well-kuown
caterer, is now open for engage
ments for banquet., weddings, balls,
dinner parties, garden parties, etc.
Address him care of Bullhtin ollice.
Raymond Reyes has rondered his
annual accouut as guardian of the
Machado minors, showing receipts
of .?.s:n 5S, and expenditures of
S'tWl.TO, wnich leaves a balance ol
Sambo, the man who was shot at
on Pulnce Square tho other night,
was outraged cleauiug wiudows ou
Merchaut and Fort streets to-day.
He states ho counted seven shots
fired by tho guards.
G. R. Harrison, practical piam
-Mid organ maker aud tuner, can fur
tush bust factory references. Olden-
eft at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All wort
guaranteed to ! f he same dnn-
The American schooner Queen is
loading m the Hawaiian line at San
Francisco for Honoipo, Hawaii. Slit
is the first vessel to load at a foreign
port for Honoipo. The schooner
John G. North, now iu port, will be
tlie first to take a cargo from Hono
ipo for a foreign port.
II. G. liiart has removed from
King street to the store of Chris
Gertz, Fort street. Tlmro lie will
repair watches ami make souvenir
spoons and jewelry of every descrip
tion. Having been the practical
watchmaker for Woniier A: Co. ten
years, he needs no pulling.
AUSTRALIA'S TIME CHANGED.
Now Time Tublu of the Ocoanic
A new time table has been issued
by the Oceanic Steaunhip Company.
It makes no changes iu tho days of
ilui arture of the through steamers
(every fourth Thursday each way),
but it changes the Australia's
tlates considerably. The Australia
will make six day passages from
San Francisco, leaving San Frau
cisco ou Saturdays and Tuesdays,
aud leaving Honolulu ou Wednes
days ami Saturdays with curtain ex
coptions. Leaving Siu Francisco
last. Saturday the Australia will be
here on Friday, and leave for San
Francisco on the following Wednes
day. Her hour of sailing hence will
be .) a. in., instead of (i p. m. as iu
the printed schedule. Tlie Austra
lia will arrive from San Francisco ou
Jan. 25, Fob. 18 (Monday), March IS
(Monday), April S (Monday), May 11,
(Friday), May 27 (Monday), Juno 21
(Friday), July 15 (Monday), etc. She
will sail hence Jan. Ill) (Wednesday),
Feb. 2J1 (Saturday), March 20 (Wed
uesday), April 1!1 (Saturday), May 8
(Wednesday), Juno !1 (Monday),
June 21 (Monday), July 20 (Satur
day), et .
rt's almost as easy for a
horsu fed on California
Peed Co.'s Uay and
Grain to draw his load
as it is for this big oh
pliant to draw his. Wo
pay tho lughi'rjt price and
got tho befat thoro is to
bo had. Our pi ices ao
as low as tho lowest.
Prompt dolivory. Both
Telephones 121. . . .
January 19, iSo.
Electricity and the methods
of handling it may be reckoned
among the greatest of the
world's wonders; such advance
ment has been made with it
during the past few years, that
it is difficult for even electri
cians themselves to tell where
its uses will end. No one
would have believed a few
years ago that anything that
moved so rapidly could be
measured, and yet it is, and
the people who have meters in
it comes a desire to go deeper
jn0 (ie mysteiv. A few years
hence there may be appliances
with the aid of which we may
come down town without ex-
crcismir our limbs at all: there s
nothinir impossible in electrical
science after what has already
A plantation manager called
j on us (he oilier day ill SCiirch of
I plows, and when he examined
uhm h t-.-wiinrU'.vl Hvit "fli
IIH.III IU- IV.IIIUIIN.VI HI. II IIIV.
StOCk IS I10t Ollly larger than
(he other dealers Combined,
but that the plows were of a
better quality. It 1S 110 tlOU-
, . m -i- , . ...i.i u
uiu iu 3i:ii nun j U3i Winn lie
wanted. Thei demand upon
us for plantation implements
is always at the top notch, and
for that reason we always keep
a good stock on hand.
Among plantation supplies
we can truthfully say that our
Hendry Breaker and Double
Furrow plows have filled a
want, and every manager who
has them on his plantation tells
us they are the best plows he
ever had on his place. Our
stock of the Hendry Plows,
bath Breaker and Double Fur
rows, is large, and we can sup
ply any demand that we may
nave. If you will compare
their capabilities with other
plows you will see where they
Every plantation on the Isl
ands uses fertilizer to a greater
or less extent. If you doubt it
drive out Kalihi way and see
the immense works of the Pa
cific Guano Fertilizer Co. The
difficulty the plantation mana
ger has had to contend with in
the use of fertilizer is to secure
an implement that will distri
bute it economically, yet thor
oughly. We believe our Avery
Distributor is the most perfect
machine for the purpose ever
put on the market. This has
been in use on the plantations
of Louisiana for a long time,
and is now being used with
great success on Hawaii. By
the use of this machine there
is absolutely no waste of ma
terial, and nine acres can be
thoroughly covered in one day
by one man. It means econo
my to the plantation that uses
it both in labor and material.
The Avery Cane Cultivator is
another machine tli.U is mak
ing its inroads on the planta
tions here after a thorough trial
in Louisiana. Wo have sold
several of them on Hawaii and
I he parlies usiii"; them seem
perfectly satisfied with their
purchase. We believe this
machine is destined to be ex
tensively used wherever sugar
We have made arrangements
for the handling of the cele
brated Pasteur Fillers so much
used in the United States in
places of business, public in
stitutions and private residen
ces. These filters are rented
or sold outright as people pre
fer. One of (hem is now in
use at the Queen's Hospital,
and after a careful trial Dr. C.
B. Wood, the well-known sur
geon of Honolulu, says:
"1 huve eximimil the "Pacteur
Kilter" nunufuotuietl by the 1'usteiir
Choiuhviltinil Kilter Uo I comiilcr
it to he the must ellicicnl lllter I have
Anyone desiring to examine
one of the filters at their resi
dence may communicate with
us, and Mr. H. L Thiron will
call upon them and fully ex
plain the working of it.
Tlie Hawaiian Hardware Co, Ltd.
dttd hrLVe.iir serious
WK II Y. Jl'ST KIX'KIVKl) Kx
r r r
Kxi'luxlvc Ak"M fo- the II lUiillan
S S 3 For r. s i ret
Tlflo Sl'At K IB
3vl s. i,:arvY.
Fout SniKtr, 11. I.
AN IJXi'KUlKNUKI) SrOUKKUKI'KK
fur II Country Htoro It lllH rlihiioo
fur n K'nil imili Oilers unilrr S. Iv ,"
l!ui, u.tin OIIUo. 1'JIO-lw
rpili: ANNUAti MKBTIXd Or TUB
1 Krnn.M I'aiik Akmh'iuius will tj
lio'il in ihu Olllco of Win. 0 Irwin Co..
tl.'tl), on WKti.NhSD.VY. Jim ifM, ui 10
o clock . m. W M.OIKKAltil,
Building and Lorn Association.
rpilH roSTl'O.NKI) MONTHLY MKKT
X. IiikIU lie lit-lil at tlir Cliatnlnir of
Comniurcu n .MONDAY KYKM.NU, Jan.
UI, l!i at ::! oVIoi-k.
ItF" l'aymuiits uro riiiiilrcil In (lolil.
A V. OKA It,
Mlt. bi'U KKK, Or KII'AHIM.U
Maul, IniviUK niaito an ns-tlnnmcnt
lo in" of all lila ropiTiy for tlio bunullt of
J.l cro iltiiri), nil ixiixhu ImvliiK clulniM
iipiliikt ilm Miicl butt Kto uru luiivliy re
iinus ud to pre -en t tho st mo wlUiln two
months from ilutu to the uuilu'siKiinl, and
nil person on Inn to rmlil ftm Kvu will
lilratL' mukrt Immt'illttte payment to
J. V IIACKKKI.I),
AnhIkiii'u of B iu Kee.
Honolulu, Jan 10, lbu. lil2-.'lt
FOU S A.LE.
ONK UNHIVIDKI) T-VKNTIKTH
xv liaru In liu Alinpnmi of llonokuii
hltuato In Bontli Konn. II wall, ointalnliit:
un art-it of UVM .jort-s, and liulne Apiia U
of It. I'. tM7, U. 0. A. '-7I3. Thuio lire 3Jj
l 10 AcrrH to uvury ulinro. This land ad
joins Kalahikl on tho Homh and I a valu.
ttltle iirtiiiurl)'. A uood ileal of It Is unit
uljlii or i'olluo, anil tlifl Imlni cb for pastiir
itKU. It lies mar llooLena landiui;. I'rh'e
fWO. Tltlf jmrfecti wiuranty tlut-d, ac
knowli'duu I mid stmpinl, Klvon to pur
oliusur. l'nr furtUor ii.irtlcnlurs apply to
J. l. MONHAKIUT.
Honolulu, January 1, lb'Jo. l'.'.'U-tf
. w y
A I DU h TOOTH
is head and elnulilurs ubove nil othor Tooth
We sell inoic of A'oha Powdni' than all
other Tonth I'owdors eonibined.
W'tli Atnlia I'owlcr you are Rtire of h den
tifrice that will cffcctuully whiten the to- tli with
out any harmful t fleets Jt is areea'do and
plea-ant to ueu. Try it onco and you will never
be without if.
Said a euntoiticr : "Your Powder seenn to
he better than smy I have used. 1 have never
h.id any irritation ol the gumn ninco tiding it.. I
have my children ii"c it ul-o."
That'H the whole storw It ctime vobin
trtiily. A bottle of Altdia Powder will convince
you of the correct' ess of this customer sopini -n.
K35 A. lap of the Hawaiian Islands will
be ivcn with each bttle as a pretniuni. This is
a handsome Lithograph Map, is about 8 by 10
inches in size, and shows clearly all the Islands.
HOBRON DRUG CO.
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) .."' -' -, tiW'
'LKSf The xYutomatio Pkahl Skw.vio Machink with
the Litest M-xlern Attachments suitable for Light and
He.ivy Work To Put chasers: Instructions in Arisene,
Tinsel, Schnelle and Fancy lOmbroidery Work will be given.
New and . .
Cheap in . .
by going to
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should he boiled and tiltercd.
The Only Ri:i.iali-: Watku Filtku is the Slack &
BruWnluW. They are nude ou scientitic principles. They
are accessible in all parts and can be readily cle mod.
PACIFIC HARD WAKE CO., L'D
CORNEIl FOUT & MEItOUANT STREETS.
i. B. Ken
n the only
man in Ho
1111 HAS KISOEIVKD EX S. S. "AUSTUALIA"
A SPLENDID LOT OF
Worsteds and Tweeds
LATH" ST STYWCa.
AND A LA HUE- ASSORTMENT OE
EVEUY L1NEOE :::::::
oxainiuo goods and prims buforn you
ani r.ne wonsc, Voti know tho placo:
S. ROTH Tailor.
rummlus Block, Tort aud Merchmt Sis.