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Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
Beg lo announce to (heir numerous patrons the
arrival of New Goods, such as Carved Oak lied'
room Sets, Ilattan and Wider Ware made up
into Stands, Center Talks and Chairs of the
very latest desiijns; Dining Uoum Furniture, Ex
tension Tahlca o specialty. Also a J 'resit tot of
l'orticr Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
Bell 526 TOLEPl) ONES -Miti-m. H4fi
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 SB.
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
BOI.li) OAK UKDKOOM bl'.TS,
BOKAB, I.OUNOKS, WAUDKOIIKB,
MlltltOUH, MOULDINQH, KTC, KTO.
Special FeatureNo. 1 White Seamless Matting
I'er Holl ot III Yards, $1'2.UU.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent ! Chairs for Rent !
Bell 179, TELEPHONES-Mutual 78
iSucressors to 0. E. Williams.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
A lurgo assortment
lias juat been re
ceivod pur "It. 1.
liichcl" and "C. D
Uryant," and inoro
lo airive por "Tran
No. 74 King Street.
M?- II jjr
JMIOKTEU8, WHOLK8A1.K AND HKTAIb DKAI1KII8 IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars,
HOLLISTBB &c OO.
Cor. Fort and Morohant Streets.
Every variety, stylo (
and price in the;
Furniture lino. Tho
best and most va
ried in Honolulu.
Call and inspect our
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rnitii all tin. i,. DMted
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ruuniriim 111 me uiuwii
Too High !
So Says thr Uninitiated
Do Not Be Deceived 1
Do Nol Deceive Yourself 1
Make honest comparisons nol
between St. 1'itcrsburg and llono-
lulu, but between our prices and
price, prevailing in other eslablhh-
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nunb Jlhllh. We ir- Wiif
Solid Silver 1
m .. i
1 6a tjUOOllS
as low as -$12 per dozen. Think
of ill $lfora Solid Tea Spoon
of good weight and sisc; heavier
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patterns at the same low rale per
ounce. He further engrave tm-
Hals free of charge on all our Sil
ver Wari; thus- saving vou many
more dollars, and still further re-
ductny the cost of our silver to you
over fiftren patterns to choose
IIV are selling Sterling Silver
r ,t-f i r r,r. . i u ....
Cuff Links for 7So. and pel set;
and yet have never bragged about
it; while, the quality of our goods
has steadily OOiVff Ul, our
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prices nave vnnslanlly (rUiWi
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The xolume of business done
daily in our Store, is proof of the
appreciation held by the general
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jiubfic of our immense stock; of lh
newness of everything in it; of thr
ease with which your wants can be '
supplied. There is no need colling
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your attention to 1IIKQIAT.M
of our Silirr -people know a good
thing when thry see it, and you
know ue buy only the best.
H. F. WIC11MAN,
Consolidated Soda Water Co,, L'd
ESSFL A.3ST A.DH3
Cor. Allen A Purl St.,
I'itA( ticai. dux aIakk.u.
Will do nnv kind nl I'npilrliit: to ri''
nruiH. msn HrimnliiK ami li'iteint,'. S.nlu
i faction (iiorn .lied. Union Ntru.t, n urly
i oppo-i n No. 'i V ru V. f.w btution.
FOll BALE OUliAl'
i A SUltltY IN VKHY
xV Quod liei.ulr. Also
a lew llraken both .New
and Seujiid-hand. Aimiv to
I W.W. WitlGlIT,
1 llUT-tf Honolulu Carditis M'l'y.
! UOOMS AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND 110.VK1) 4 -.
for a lev persona can lie CtvIHaim.
i had at Ilunlual, on the Witl-aitt?i3
klki beach. md-iZUfM
! W. 8. lIAlt'l'l.KIT,
iiiviili.ni Dllliaiu ijii iiiu TJtjm ?
rail i"o 01 1 ue oi'i M'KiKiiri' 1
iilavurimiid. humeri v ocou
iiImiI hi' A riiirlinK..ri.. Kkil
'1 ho bti id-
inns tiro modern and commodious and tlm
B,iac,01l, BrmlllljH aro M, out in fruit and
(irniiiiiniit.ul t in h. Knsv teriim to m ileslra-
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IIIU ll-lltllll. l'i lUI'I.U. MUlLlttBtnifl'UBU
apply to UKUUK UAIITWKIUUI.
ISTOTIO E !
' pHKSTBAM Kit "KIH AI.AM, M.ANK,
1 t'oiiiiiHind.r wl 1 li) Vti Ho lolulu us
follows: Tuesday, .Ian. iKM 1'rldny, l'b.
lit Tuesday, Feb. 12th at ' r m, for l.a
liunm, .Miiiiukona, l.aupahochoe, lluiin
lilna. llakalau, lloni'iuu 1'oliaKUiiiann
and 11 lo Itetmning leav h Hllo at 0 r. m,
Monday, Jan. Sstli, Tlmrnlay, Keb. 7th,
.Monday, l'eb, lHtli, nuliiiK at l.aupiihou
lioe Hiuiie i'liy. l.mveH.Ma'iukoiuiHt" A. n,
Tuesday, Jan. iflth, Friday, l'ib HMi Tum
day, lVb llth, callliiK at I ahalua uaiiia
day, arriving at Honolulu tiinio nlKlit.
WILDKH'S BTKAMBHli" CO., b'p.
(Continued from 1st Page.)
wanted tnoro men at llortolmann's,
aud a second reutiest for inoro men
was reeoivod; witness thou wont over
to Kaalawai aud stayed thoro till 8
or . I o'clock noxt morning; thou re
coivod orders to go to Now loin's
crowd near tho Waialao road; found
that thnro was an engagement bo
twpon tho government forces and
Xowloin's mini; wont over (witno?",
Marshall, Widonianu and Nowleiu)
into tho noxt hill, as all tho natives
had deserted; came down and hoard
a skirmish between sotno natives and
tho government troops; then tho
four wout into hiding in lie bushi
and stayed there about a week, when
., Cros otnminalion - Wont out
there to take part and stayed there
tlll,ii it was n0Wn tho day was lost.
Louis Marshall, sworn states: Am
IS) years of ago; born in Man
uliusotta; went out on Sunday
morning; mot 30 natives at Kaala-
wai; saw tho natives wore under tho
inllueuce of liquor; went to Ivahala;
WM ordered by Warren to go to
Kaalawai aud report what was going
cm there; returned and was Font
down asoennd rjme; Townsond sent
wiln(jgg ,m(,k fo nbaU wlh
or(ior for r, ,nor ,,,; was sunt out
later to look for Stni Nowloin, and
found his men on tho hill; told
Nowloiii that thoro worn filtoen men
at Kaalawai, and they ought to bo
broUBlt up lo wll0?o UlHJ. woro.
fty behind n rock and slept, being
quite tired; then came down with
tlio throe others, to a houo near
Kauioililli and hid in a bush until
Moldfty lwit whou tho surrender
Was uimlu; went to Kaalawai on tho
Sunday armed with a pistol; secured
g"" at tho plaijn.
Cross examination I irst heard
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that this allair was going to come oil
()1, iM Tliuml.ij' night previous to
the trouble; witness stood up olli
corn on Thursday night rather than
bo arrested; Widomntii. and Oreig
were with witness; witness knowing
Uint h(( WW lia,)1() U) trot,,,1(( UtMll
to this last ailair; been here four
C" Widomann, sworn, states:
Was born hero; am 27 years of ai. ;
vml QUt &im ,?, t() ,),.,.
IU)uj Hml; got out to Kaalawai;
saw natives thoro and was told tlioio
were more at Kahala; stayed there
until ovoning; wont out armed with '
a revolver; about ll:.50 Nowleiu
came in and ordered the men to
move up to tho rise of the hill near
tho Kamoiliili road; between 'M and
J!5 went up, stayed there all night
aud all next day; Monday morning
government troops came up and the
natives opened lire, forcing the
troops back; later tho place was
shelled by tho troops aud tho natives
scattered; witness, Nowleiu, Oreig
and Marshall went up in tho valley
and relumed to Kamoiliili. as do-1
tailed by Oreig and Marshall; in tho i
skirmish witness fired two shots, but ,
they being inotTective, ho gave it up; '
with regard to tho bombs spoken of
by Warren, Nowloin gave them to
1 witness at Kahala, and told him to i
use them; witness told Xowloin that I
ho would not have them, but was '
I told by Nowleiu to carry them any
how; they were put in witness,
James Lane, swon, states: First
1 wont out to Diamond Head on
Saturday night by order of elder
brother; reside at Makao, Koolau,
fa her's homo; three weekH ago since
eamo into town; was told to goto
Kaalawai; reached there at 10 p. in.;
went to Kahala and found Warren,
a half-caste red-bearded man who
'claimed to bo tho captain; cleaned
tho guns of red dirt and sand, then
1 slept; Sunday nioruing cleaned guns
again, and then received orders from i
in. I'ua to go with him and cap
ture tho telephone station; captured
tho keeper, white ladies, and JJoss; I
witness only had revolver at tho i
time; tho prioneis were taken to a
I house blow; then returned to Ka- '
naia anil slept; was aroused later by
i'ua and ordered to go to Ilertel- '
manii's; arriving there heard firing
irom maiika side, thou tho bovs on
tho beach returnid tho fire; W. C. !
L'ne, a nephew of witness, was by i
his side, and they wout into tho I
boat shed; there were two other na
tives in I lie shed; taw tho shadow of
some one, then a revolver shot; the
native in t ho ennoo lire.l two shot,
and V. C. Lnno and wituo'H r 11
into a bath hon-o adj 11111)1,' wlioro
they woro arrehted; wituetH had a
r lie with ten cart rnln'H 111 it, and
a rovoher when ariesled; uephtnv
lia bi'on 111 tinMi oor ihree wool s
Cro examination Two shot
woio lired by the man in ilin ennoo
at what neouii'd to b a white man;
tho wit nous' re iher was taken fri in
him by Ollicor Luahiwa; no sliotit
had beoti lired from it: (niitol nro-
tlueed with three ulinmbors empty).
Tho Judf,'o Advoeato states that '
111 jiiHiicu in wn primmer no would
say that Ollleor Luah wa had made
the statement that ho had lired two
shots and probably threo from
To tho Court Going on to 1
years of a,'o.
W. C. Lauo -Will bo 18 years of
ago on the 2d of .May.
This clohod tho defense and a
reeoHs of a few minutes was taken.
Col. Whiting thou stated that if
thoro was nothing further to bo ad
vanced tho Court was willing to hear
addresses of counsel.
Paul Xeutnauu asked tho indul
gence of tho Cwtirl Hi a matter of
JuhUi'h that both Kosa and liilllMilf
l,0 aWHl to address tho Court.
Uo eousidored tho ease of biitlieiont
gravity to warrant sueh a reipieht.
Hosa represented the Lanes aud
he some of tho others.
Rosa thou addressed tho Court
feelingly at !1:U) o'eloek.
On coneltiding Neumann made an
address occupying ovor half an hour,
.ludgo Advoeato Kinney thou spoko 1
for nearly an houriirglngouthoCom
mission the neeossity of a just and
honorable judgment, 0110 which tho
community would bo willing to carry
Col. Whiting stated that judg- I
iiiout would bo rendered at i) o'clock j
The Daily Bulletin, CO cents ver
month, delivered by carriers,
stntclv my btoro during
Dot'i'inbt')'. Tt AViis ii
Htronr, vigoroiiR, full
yi'owu uH'air, nnd had no
rt'spi'Ct for other people's
ft clings. It would push
its way in through the
front door runnmigo
among my choice goods,
tear down, pick to pieces,
growl at everything ex
cept the quality and pric,
buy a paper of Pins c r a
Sillc Dress, go out and
dine hack in a nhort
tunc rcintoiced by neigh
boring cyclones. This
nagging during the
month has made me gray
before my time, and
standing in the middle of
the store at 12 i m. on
December ai, 185)1, I
wnci irlurl i r i-!ir "T.iii "
Feel somewhat better this
week and have arrived tit
the conchihion that 1 wid
hold my Annual Clear-
ance Sale. Now a clear-
ance sale may mean noth-
nig or everything Jnni'
hueii 't means everything.
I have a largo assortment
of goods on hand that 1
must iiret rid of bifoie
,i P . ,.
tllC I', turn Ot neXt AllS-
tr.ilia. 1 must have shelf
room and to -ot it 1 am
prepared to make a sacri
fice. Ever) thing must
be sold. .& ow each Week
1 tun goiog to offer sone-
in Honolulu can you buy I
Hats and till th attach
menU thi-reto for the next
we- k us cheap as at
Egan's. No other house
in the city can sell tbene
goods at 5te on the SI.
Vo can't keep it up long,
but will endeavor to s
lkf'ir fiifjiiM'I ri r nu Inn
.-., v.viiuuui ...j "'"c
as the Hats aud Feathers
hist. And remember that
you get two dollars'
worth for one of King
Kalakaua s silver cart
wheels. That Thvliwb Toiler,
.1. .1. MiAN,
Drawing and Painting
D. Howard Hitchcock
CLASS DAYS, KATES, ETC.
iii:amm i i.akki.':
Tncscliiy uuil Wcilnu-. lay ufturu .diib or
I W.MIMI CI.XHHhl'.
Tui'.iiliiy uuil Wcil'ie day inornln, or
Kvury a Urn He satunliiv aflern. on.
Oritl"i,iiib rtlll be i-lvi'ii t.c u week In
eui'li el -s
Tim Clam Itniiiii will 'i' open from i a.
m. to l'l nnoii fur niornlii cucioa; from I
to A r. M. for iifuriinini cImi-ui
DraniiiK Cite"), per month S 01
" ' S n.-U' l.i'fsciii.. . 1 Mi i
I'uliitim; Clnis, pT mouth in W)
" " bhiglu I.i'ssim .. a (0
Sketch Cass, ficc to regular clntH
pupils, lu ollura 1 to
Spcuial uoot fur lMviito I'uplN
- "',!" UlrliiK dully Mtndy i j..ii.
Will b- made to
excellent time if
for time days
Fakumi & Co.
Well-known and Keli
ablc Watch Mnkeis.
If satisfaction is not
given your money wid
be refunded in full.
KAKttlSR & CO.,
413 Port. ri
413 Port. Htreet,
Our stock of Holiday
"r -r "'"yJm
uiHpeciion 111 our rmv
More (Wennei's old
Htand) on Fort Street.
A eaiefully selected stock.
of .lewelry bought with j
an eye on the Holiday,
Trade and will be sold at !
JAGOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
1 I. 0, Uox 287. 1211 tf
olden lluli; Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds. Prop.
Periodicals mi tape's
PKOMITI.Y ATrKNMlD TO.
FIiih Stntlnneri and
Cheap Siatfone v-
Optician, Spectacles & Eyeglassos
Carefully siiIUmI to nil Sights.
Domkstio Skwing Maciiinks
Qames ToVS, Dolls, '
7 J '
Aly" Ke''1 " Hnn,,
niar:p Q( .-. TliafiflK
uianeS 1 b ) .) liia.lflb
to geu.c, ( , uooKsordi-Mi i.y
owipahs kkom i.w ui.
l'hfcs cirmts, I'iccoiox. iikuioirs
nm Miliar liiKtruliiiMiH Ali.i Vlnlin,
IlutiJ ntul OulUr fairings mill Kit
SKW -N maphixi: vkbui.icb
ti-T till kinds o M iellllll'3.
Our Urvnt Drive
HANI) MACHINE foii SS.fK)
Bo You Smoke?
If u ilo, vo" wimt t lie hokt yit'T
ii uiii'v v'U i iiv I litivu juwt ro
rplvxl ii choice IliVulc of t' u Illicit
liriiiil" if '
whli'h mil from 0 I'unti up 'o
it 'iit Wlillt many i-0ih prufcr
M inllii CUhtb, I h-v.i fur tli"lr
hni'tlt u wry vholcu pcUctim of
a'l thi! hest til mil tr..ml:int
Furtlmi" who ilou't siiiokn oli;iir
hit "hit tlif pipe," I havu ii Him
Mtcrscb nro and srlar Wood Plpns,
Alto Corn Cobs, Ktc, Etc.
TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
HtnoMnn ami Chowltn; Tobacco hiul
th favorltu IjruiKlnof I lKrotlesiiiu
hI n kept on hand In 'net mih
llil'i; in tin' II' n of bin kcr'x ni
qii hi u-a can bo foiuul m tlin
H. J. Noi.Tit, I'roji,
will tell you
It is the
K0H 8AI.K HY TUB
HOLLISTER DRUG CO, L'D,
Agents for tho liuwailan IbIuiuIh.
Kurt, near Hotel Bti.
Ciiaii. J. MuUaiitiiv, ManaRer.
Popular Brands of Straight Goodfi
ALWAMi ON IIAMI.
Try the Oroat Apin'tlziT-TuK II
CoeiirAiL a si t uliilty with this n
lU.I'OT 01 tiik
! Famous Wieland .Lager Boer
MERCHANT - TAIuOR
Fino Cassimoros, Sorgos,
Whito Linens, Etc.
SllitS Mlldo lO Orilti!'
on shout notiok.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
I r llrlxri it, t t.j .
kj. iiivnuA, - 'iu iMiiiauu ntreoi.
If your subscription has erpired now
is a good time to renew it.
I 20 lbs. W
Four great requisites of
Men's Wearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suits
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of tho best
known cutters on tho Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 F"o't Stroot
W. W. AHANA.
32 3 ITuuunu Otrvot.
tngllsti, iicoicD and Acnencin (ionds.
Hlyli- nnd Kit llnnriitiu-eii
'loaning & Ltepuiring
flutual Tola. 681). P. 0. Iloi KK.
HOP HING &(X).,
H HUTUIj BTKKK'l
- WholeaRle D'-nleri. In
Lmooi's and lamia Kips
General Chinese Merchandise
BUIIII AB -
niii Ollh, Hire, MuttliiKi
Ohlnrsc Hllks, Tfns, Ku.
BnqliHb hnd American QrocHrius
lly Kvury CobmI tiumiuei
Mil l'l' Al. IKIiKl'llONK W.
The Bct Lnnoh in Town.
r all houh.i
IhK c'lNKST IIUANl) Hf
Oiy i8 and Tobacco
I .WAKS on uanii
! a J. WQ3L.TE!. Prop.
.A. fo-mlly Hotel,
HI'hl'lM. MONTHLY RTKH.
I'lic Itest nl ,tl'iid"in,, iIih It "t nltna Inn
anil III nii"-t .MeniH in t lie I'liy.
.i. I. nl. A V, I'lopneloi
01. KIiik mid Niiii.iiiu Htrccl, Huunliiiu.
Choioo Liquors and, Fino Boer.
ilKl.l. TKI.Kl'llONK l!
BACK AGAIN TO WORK.
isr. :f btjtioess
Is rualu pre 1 111 red to repair 0 triteu Huso,
Bprii klers, Wutur Tapi, t' . bnw KlllliK
aud all kimlH of Toultt Hlinryened, muliiil
11 tT CArvliiK Ktilven nmi bcKmrH; Lkvmi
Aiowern a .jiivlit t : hIo BxtliiiK Olnfii; la
fact al ktiulM u( jibbhih'. Won. culleil (or
olid returned Juui' tip 1 52 Mutual Tele,
phono any tiinu befom li a. m. 117'Jtt
Coment Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid
H'itlmatbB Iven on all Ulndh 01
s'lONM'UNCKUTK A I'liABTKU WOHK
til. I'ONI'HXTI! A HI'EI'IAl.TK "'
JOHN F. bOWL-PJK
O. B DWIGHT
Doeu nil kliulu of Work In
i CmcDt & stouo Sidowaiks & Curbing.
He him on hand a lame Hunnly of Clil-
nem (irauttii Curb ami aiwny kfepa Ha
waiian (Jurblui; Stone. K.tinmteH clyen
and lowest prices BHMiircil
PDK1IITUBB WAMTBU !
DIkIibh riiiI Ubiuawure Wanted I
Olocki, WfttoheH and Juwulry Wanted 1
Old Oolil and Silver Wanted I
tiT aifltttwl Prlcei Paid I JH
114 King Street, Oornor of Alakea,