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VOL. IX. NO. 124IJ.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 18.15.
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lished hy the DUly llullotin Publishing
Company, Limited, at Its otllce, Mer
chant street, Honolulu. Hawaiian Inl
niulH. Daniel Logan, editor, resides on
Alakea street Honolulu aforenald
Address If ttum (or the paper ' Kdttor
Uiillitin," and business letters " Manager
Dally liulleliu Publishing Company."
UnmiE a personal address may cause delay
LEWEI18 (St COOKE.
loiKIKTt AMP DtAI.KIS In l.ttMHS Alar
tl.L HI Nil or ItlllLDIMO Matisiais
a. HA0KFEL.O OO..
'lorner Korl and tutjen ntrt-mh. Hiiiiunilii.
NO. 8. I3MITHIK8.
(Mn'TlllNSSl ABIlUaHSSAI Ulll. A--y
Mahiikiiua, Kohala, Hnnali.
I XI W.T.'M
rv a sneuialtv. 1'artinuiai
Attention paid to all klmls of repalri.
Campbell Kloclc, Morchant Street.
HONOLULU IUON WOUKS,
it Knoinxs, HCtlAH MtLLn llilL,
Ooolcrh. Ikon, Hkakk, and Liau
Manlutiery of Kvury Description Made to
Order. Particular attention paid to Bhips'
ItluclcsmlthlnK. .lob Work mpoutprl at
COXTHACTOK ANM) BuiM)K!t.
Kstlmates given on all kinds of llrlck,
Iron, Btouo and WoinIou liiilnllugH. Job
bing of all kinds Iluiiding Material for
fain. 310 and nl2 King street. Kualileiice
Tnlephone. Hull .'27; 1'. O. IIox It.
1)K. 0. V. MOOKIfi,
J4UU Van Ness Ave.. 8. F., Cal.
Eltigant Apartments lor Patlonta.
ULIHTKII'ITY IN NURVIIllH nlMKAHKn.
tW Dr. Moore oUitb Invalids all ttii
L'umforts of home, with roiiiliuit and care,
till IreHtiiimit. llefers to H K. MuuftulMtie
IIO YWN RK2K St. (JO..
41 Nniinnii Htrrei
I'insmittas, Plnmbino, Etc.
nnnnKEIlY and OLAHHWAllK
Atlas Assurance Co.
A88ET8, - . . 110,000,00b.
W. SfJHMlOT & SO N.n
ApHllla for MhwuIIpti InlnniU
City (Jakuiage Co.,
Oorner KIiik and Ilethel Mts
- B0TB TELEPHOHKB 113 -
FIuh Carriages & Civil Drivwrt.
To be had at all hours
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
i KING SI
Wholesale u Retail Biiictiers
G. .. Waller, ; i Mauanor. '
Wl. G. IRWIN & GO.
OFFK-K KOU HALB
Lit. IIEOHK nO
Cnlsnraied Hlgb Grade Cane litonrfo.
Vr ar also prepared to lako order tor
MHiiirM lr OhlancllC3o'i
Insuring prompt deliver
I'll it. U a suiierlor I'ntm Oil, con-
mining less pigment than I. lined) Oil, and
ivin( n lauti
Used with drtm
tasting brilliancy tu colon-
it give a splendid itiMir
FatrlwDk Canntnu Co.'b Cornttd Bee!
ConipuuQds, Roofing & Papers,
Ind'i CilsQt SteiDJ ftp CoiirlDi
JarboHs' Diamond, Bnamnl Ber
flkpiiihii ilMsixueit tor Vhouiiiii fans
Barrtiird Yx InsaraJDCtf Co.,
Loudon Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
ThamHaaad Moreay Marine Int. Co.,
Nh Turk Lite Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BfiRGER,
General Agent tor Hawaiian Islands.
Wm. u. Irwin.
rheo 1 I'ortar
1'realilbui and Manager
benreiary and Treasurer
i m mission A.tHiiir
.hint us ms
Ucuanlc SteaDishlp Compauf,
DC HA FKAN'lHi;0. OAl.
Rkli. Tbi.. !W1. Mutual Tel. a7.
P. o. IIOX 321.
1 'nrriiigi M sum factory
las A l:$0 FOllT 8TKKKT.
Orders from the other Islands In
Rnlidinq, Trimming, Painting, Etc., F.tc.
Promptly Attended to.
W VV. WltrGIIT, Pimip
iHtlpitMHROr t O, WenLt
in - BOTH TKLKPHONKH
Hi STAGE A: CO.
-in any quantity
hair to a ton
irriiin one tlm in nv iiiniiiiti
In t-IL lengths and Hawed or Bplll
frnni a bag to any quantity: also
NVUITKA BLACK SAND
AT THE ANCHOR
OysUir OocktniU I
Suuor Brunnon I
Froderlckaburg ileor I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds and ilest Quality.
Uoutliwest Corner King k Mutunu 8U.
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental S. S. Go.
For TOIOHAMA and HONQKUNQ.
Blaauiers of the above Oompanies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the above
ports on or about the following dates:
Btmr "CHINA" January 22,
Btmr "0UKAN10". ..February Ui,
Hlnir "CHINA" Anrll 2
ApHl a, 1'H
Btmr "COPTIC" April 30, Ifcltj
Btmr "01 IY uF PKKINU
Juno , lbl)j
8tnir"COPI10" July 111, lb'O
btmr "CITY OK 1'KKINU". ......
Amtut IU, IMC
Htlllr".Ol,TI0, ...Srptember II), l&!t,'i
Stmr"0HlNA' Oct.tier 2"', "so
Snu'COPTiC November 2s, iw)3
For 8AM FRANCISCO
Steamers ol the abore Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the abore port on
or anont tne ronowinc dates:
Btmr "GAELIC".... February 10, 18U5
Btmr "I'KKU" March '), 1SU5
ulmr"OAKLtP" April 'if! IK'iA
Himr' CHINA" May 'JO, 18!
btin-' COI'TIC" June 17 Ib'.O
btni' "Uir OK I'KKlNO' ...
.Ill y 17, lh'15
8tuir"HKI.UIC" .. . Augtisin. lo'JS
Btmr "t,ITY OK KIO iik.I aNKIIIO'-
BepU-mlior II. 18,.r
Btmr "CHINA". . . Oc.oborO, iwO
Btmr"- OITIC" Nove.i.b,'r, lfc!i
JJcmnber (!, lWti
Bmir'TOfTIO" Juniinry lft, 1 8' hi
Btn.r' CHINA" . . . . Fcbrunry JI, IhWI
laTKS OP PASSAGE ABB AS FOLLOWS:
Oatnii . tlfcu ix H7o Ui
Cabin, round trip
months ck is tm Mj
Cabin, round trip 13
months toi . lib 2b
European 8Uerage HA Ui 100 00
Passemters naviuu full fnre will be
allowed 10 percent ofl return fa If return-
in? within twelve mouths
MW Kor Freight and Pannage apply in
B. HACRFELD St CO.,
m tt Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
Ausiraliao Hail Servict
For San Francisco .
I'hr New and Fine Al Bleel HUaiiiniii
" MARIPOSA -
Ot tne Oceania Bteamshlp (iiiipaii win
be due at Honolulu from Bydney and Aurk
land on or about
will leaTe for the above iwri with
ami FasHHiiKers on or about that datf
For Sydney and Auckland :
I'be Sew and Fine AI Bteel Blearnslili
" ALAMEDA "
Ol uic t-Leanlc Bteamshlp Comiaii will
be due at Honolulu, from Ban Fratiemro.
on or about
Aim will nave prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for the above port
The iindarnl,;ned are now prepnred to isstir
rilHOUUH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THK UNITED STATES
Km further narticiilnr reKnntniK
refill or Pannai; apply to
WM. Q IKWIN A CO.. Ltd..
i i denarii Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
rim Ta.fcl t-3
S. S. AUSTRALIA
from H. K
for B. F
Jan, 2.1 (an. 0
Feb IH Feb 'ii
March IH March 'JO
Aprl'8 April IH
Mai II Mav8
May SI Junes
July 1& Juiy'Ju
Aug. I) Aug. U
Bepl a Sept 7
bept 30. . . Oct. 'J
Oct. at Oct. a
Nov. 15 Nov.au
Kroiii 8tu Frauoiseo
Krom Bydney loi
l.enxe jl ui wluln
ALAMKDA .Feb. U I MAUI I'OBA.. Feb 7
MAUIPOBA.Mar 11 1 AHAWA . Mar. 7
AKAWA ...Anr 11
ALAMKDA Apr. 4
MAH1POBA Msj 2
ALAMKDA June 27
MAUIPU3A July W
ALAMKDA.. May 0
MAUI I'OBA .Juno (J
AHAWA July 4
ALAMKDA .Ally 1
ALAMKDA, Ont 24 I MAKII'OHA .Om.17
ATAnTTPKT Manufacturer of Fancy
. uAUUIiil, Wrought Iron I'euoes
for llurlal l.ot.n. Ui,iiideiiies. Gardens, Hal-
conien, eto Union street, nearly om-osUo
' ltll Tn.M. IKC
nieamar ot the abore Line, running In connection with th
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Helween Vancouver, U. 0.,
A.R.H3 DUHJ A.T
On or about the dates
from aydnoy and Suva, for Victoria
nnd Vancouvor. B. 0.:
. .Kpbtunry 1
Btmr "WAltKlMOO" April 1
Through Tickets Usuod (rom Honolnlo
rmimiT and passikkir aoertbi
D. McNH'01,1,, Montreal, Canada.
ItOUEHT KKItK. Winnipeg, Canada
M. M. STKKN, Ban Kraiicfflco, Cal.
O. Mol BHOWN Vancouvor, II. 0.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
CI. WIGHT, Pr.s. H It HOSl:. Hec.
Cnt. J. A KIMI, 1'ortHnpi.
Stmr. KIN AD
Will leave Honoluln at 'i r. m., touchlnK at
Lahalna, Maalaea Hay and Makena the
same day; Mahukona, Kawalhae and I.au
tiahoehoe the following day arriving at
Hllo tho sni-f evening
LEWKH IIONOI tllf I AltRIVKXHOMII.tl.l-.
I uuday .
'1 uexday .
Jsn 'S 1-rl'ay . ..
J a I '.1 I'tipsoay
Feb. H I ridlt)..
Knti IU j Tiiendity
Mnr. I I hndny
.Mnr It T'lriuay
M.r. tt! Fridny. .
April '2. i Tuetimy
April I'.' I Friday.
Aprd 1! j Tuesday
May 'i i Friday.
May U Tui'Silav.
tic . 4
I MM'. U
Tile Hay. ,
Frid.y . .
rriday. . Julyji
0 I Tuesifay .
Frl-iay . .
Friday . . . ,
Friday . . . .
Hi Friday. .
'It 'luesday .
ii i rnuay
Frl. ay .
leave ttilu at
p. m touclilnx at Laupahoehoe, Mahu
kona and Kawalhae same day; Makena,
Maalaea Day an I Lahalna the followlnc
dav: arriving at Honolulu the afteruooua
of Tu"Hdnjs and Fridays
No Frelchl will be
Vi noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tiiesdajs l A r. M..
touching at Kahultil Hana. Hanios and
Rlpahulu, Msui. KetuniltiK .rrlves at
Honolulu huuday moriilns
Willuill at Nuu.
u( each iiionth.
K up-i, on iwoud trip
No Freleht will
he received after
4 r. M.
on uay of salliiiK.
Tills Company will reserviw tho rifflit to
miiku ctiuiiKes in tlm timeof ilopiirtuio and
arrival of its steamers wllhou nollco and
it wlil not bu ri)9Kinsllili' for any u mse
ipiences urlsliii; tliTefroin.
( Diil:iii'c.i iuiist Ito at tliu l.tiudinK to
reeuivu their Freight; th h Company villi
not hold itself resiouslbIu for freight after
it las Ix'on landeii,
I.lvo biock oitly at owner's risk.
This Comp'tuy will not lie rc-ionsllilo for
Money or ValiMblesof paiseiiKers unless
placed in tliu care of Pttrsen.
PiisMuii).eri arn rriiui'sted to inireliiisu
tlckuii b foro rmharkiuK. Thoio falliiiK to
do so will lie sulijurt to an additional
chart;)' ' twenty-live per cun.
t iW t
t y r. f
Wholesale f Retail.
fill. I, 1,1 NH ur
Japanese'.' Goods I
Sill and CottoD Ons.s (jooOb,
Silk, Liutiu aud Craue Shirts
- OF UOMPLKTK BTOUK
Made by Yamauiya of Yokohama.
tw When you are in need of any line
.it Jananese Uoods. give US
nrsi can ann
nave going all around town.
30Q STort QU na&r CiAatoxn. IXoun
A NKW 0KKAMKU OF THK LATK3T
inodol, capacity f0 gulloiu per hour.
AlbO, a Two llorsu Power Uusoliuu Knglne,
Just tho thing for u dairy. A pply to
' J. tlrtAUK.
1223-tu Honolulu Hairy,
N. H. W., and calllnR at Victoria
below stated, tIb. i
From Victoria and Vancouver, B O.
for Suva and Sydney:
to Canada, Drilled BUtei tnd Enropt.
aTV For Freight and Passage and all
General Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd,
Agtntifor the JlnuinUnn Itlntult
HAS NO EQUAL
I lilt Till' lll'll tlllK Of
It w II relievo
tin) limit dlv
iiHillie the In-
II a in oil inom-
i brum, lmivn
mil Induce re
Tor Hie eiireiif
liiirCniiBli.Siiro 1 Iirnat. and nil
the piilinoiiiirj troulilri touhlcli the muii!
are so liable, then Ii no other remedy mi
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
HIGHEST AWAnDS AT THE
World's Great Expositions.
Msi)ety Dr .!.( Ajer "o . IiwII.Mji .IT S.A.
r"J"lle ,ref rlieiiiliidutliim. ll' iioii
A)iTn riierrjr I'Mtiirnl- I- rmiilin,m
tlii wr'r. mi.l I.Ii.iihii tu tin. itln. of I'Acli
of our Inttllu..
Hollister Drug Co., Ld
Bole Aleuts for llio Ktpubllo of Hawaii.
General Business Agent
Writer, Colltctor and Copyist.
IIOU.SKS - AND - HOOMS
Leased and ltcuted.
A ThoroitKh KnowledRO of Town, Country
rrtoMirirji satihi'action to imtii.inh.
TJk- Olllcu with A. P. Pefrsou. Kaahu
manu street. i'AI7-lm
Rep Vapors Pacific Gas
hiwn il Launches !
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
cannot b surpassed lor luutlvo
BKND FOK OATALOdllK
IU.1VII Hole Agent, Mliiauu slrent
California Fruit Mrket
Corner Klnu and Alskea B s.
Kvcr) Hl an i-r Ir.iiu
Fresh Fruii, Oystiuf,
Bslmon, Poultry, Ktc, F.tc.
M. T. DUNMilJ.,
i New Patented Poi Straiuer
All Orders or Communlcntloua
addrcsHcd to K O, Hull ,t Boil, L'd.,
(who have them on sale), or to M. T.
Douuell, will receive prompt attention
MKH8K8. OOUUA A CO. AUK ItK
cuiing orders for Plantation Uibor
to arrive In March next. All thoto who
wish laborers shi ultl place their orders Im
mediately with (1. h. lloardman, Agent
for the above Ilrm. Uondlti'lis arc men
tioned In pro-uiecliiti: "To the Planters of
Hawaii" U. B IIOAHDMAN.
iaati-tl Aijuut for Ojjura ii Co.
I I --PK- 1 1
I I OHFRRY 1
Tho business of tho country is
sottlim; into its former groove. Our
gontlomauly driver has returned
(rom his vacation, the cows in the
pasture switch flies instead of bul
lets with their tails and tho cream is
richer in consequence. Wo believe
wo have satisfied every one of our
customers who have taken milk from
us and wo aro in a position to sup
ply a great many more. Tho people
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao durinu tho past two weeks
have had an opportunity to see just
what sort of diet our stock foods
upon, and no longer wonder at tho
richness of tho milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro tho
best. With tho exception of a day
or two early in the lato unpleasant
ness our drivers have always been
on time at our customers residences.
We take this opportunity to thank
those who have been patient with us
ami to solicit a coiitiuunuco of their
patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to bo pure and
free from adulteration.
Tin: WA I ALA 13 JtAXClI.
Real Estate and Loans
The enlarjjeniotit of tliu LOAN Market
so as to cowr the Aiinti and necesiiies of
the large number ot In iionilue people who
aro not owners ol unincumbered Iti-al
Kstatu was one of the iiimt nure'isry Inno
vations of recent ji-nrn. Tu ninny It has
meant relief from prosing claims at the
very time when most e-entlal. When
proiierly and honnralily conducted this
oustness is of npiiilly great lmportaiii.(i
and value to tliu community as Itulldiiii!
and IOiin A'soclatioiii have proved tliuui-
selvus tu Ii".
The Uawdii'iiQ Iavesinieul Co.
Makes n i-pecialty of NeKottutiiiK and Pro
curing Iausfir Itorrowera who are itn
ablo to dtcouut their Noiesatthu llauks
and who do not cure to obligate theiti
telves to some friend or acqualiitatu'u by
usklug his endorsements to tueir Note.
This Company will muke Ui.ius ukiii
Household Furniture, Piauos, Organs,
Horsuj, Mules, Wagons, Carriage utnl
Personal l'rop-riy without rcmoviiu: the
Proierty from the ilorrower's possrr-Hlon,
and nil Imsmens will be conducted una
STKICTLY CONFIDKNTIAL KAblB.
Tne Hawaiian IutBtment Co.r
Ounkral Keal Estate Agents,
13 and 1& Kaahuuiauu Btrtets,
(N.ar 1'ostOihce )
Notary Public. Mutual Telephone 639,
L. B. KERR'S
I HAVK JUBr KKCK1VF.1) A
1.AKUK ABhORTMKNTOF . .
aiuJ Latest Styles. J
THKBK OOODS WILL UK HOLD
ANY QUANTITY FKOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Salt I
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices t
ROBBER STAMPS I
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fenders, Dashes, Biorm Aprons, Ktc,
at Lowest Possible Prices, uud
. Workmanship of tho Host.
I use First-class Material of my own Im
porting. Manufacturer o ull kinds of
Workshop 210 King Btreet near Mauuakea.
P. O. llox 1'JU.
I BROWN & KUBEY,
I WATCH AND CL0GK DEALERS
I Oorsls sold on Weekly or Monthly
4 Mssonlc Temple, Alakca Strtri.
I HONOLULU, - H. I.
LANDING OF ARMS.
Tovnsend and Dayies
of Steamer Meeting
It Was Almost Decided to Throw tho
Gods Into ibe Se.
Uoorgo Townst'iitl, sworu, statoa:
Am 311 years of at; bcou a seafaring
matt for a timo; ou Deo. s CLarlo.i
Clark tokl witness that Sam Now
Kiia wautoU to eo him; saw Xowloiu
iu ruar of Bortolmaun's ollieo; Now
iuiu told wituuss to go to tho Em
piru corner, iiiwot Warren a fov iniu
ute.H bo foro H, ami go on the tramear
as far as it wont; witness and V ar
row woro to meet a boy with two
homos below the Mausoleum; did
not ueo boy with horses until 7
o'clock that evening; went to John
LiLlii's place and later wont to Little
islaud near Makapuu; Friday before
Christmas Liilii gave witness six
slicks of lights and a mail for tho
captain of the schooner; sighted the
Hi'ltooiior ou Dot. Ill; there were
Warrou, Kawelo, Kauli, Kamaka
and witness; the sohouuer showoU
blue light and was answered; went
out on boat and Hearing the schoon
er, tho captain sang out, "Pass
word I" witness answered, "Mission
ary," and was told to come along
side; the captain asked for a letter
and was hauded Seward's letter;
two boxes of revolvers wore taken
from tin, Ri'liiKiniir and out in the
1 boat; captain did not give witness
I imv litttiit- to ilolivnr In nnvbodv ill
towu; witness sent Kauli into town
to let the people know that they had
met a schooner; name of schooner
is Uiilbcrg, hailing from Sau Frau
cisco; witness came to towu and re
ported to Xowloiu on Due. 21; Xow
loiu told witness to go with Captain
Davies ou the steamer Waiinatialo
and help laud the arms; the Wai
uiaualo was to meet the schooner
and report at ltabbit Island, when
tho news would lie transmitted to
towu; returning they were to pick
up a whaleboat near Diamond Head;
arms were to be lauded at Kakaako
and also at the Fishmarket; the
Waiiuaualo did not leave that even
ing but succjlou in getting away
the next evening, Friday; a package
of whisky was taken ou board and
sampled; Now loin sent two letters
to Captain Davies to be opened
when the Waiinatialo got outside;
oue contained instructions to Capt.
Davies to go due northeast of ltab
bit Island aud meet schooner; tho
second letter was a copy of a letter
to tho captain of tho schoouer; it
said that the schoouer was to cruise
olT Kabbit Island IK days, and if she
met no steamer to go to the south
ern coast aud dispose of cargo;
the Waimanalo left at 7 o'clock
p. m. Friday, went to Kaueohe
aud Waimanalo, then went about
forty miles to sea, and ou Tuesday
morning about 8 o'clock saw the
schooner between the steamer aud
laud, aud headed iu; on New Year's
day went ou tho schoouer and fimud
the arms ready ou deck for ship
ment; witness hauded the letter to
tho captain; it required two boat
loads to transfer all the arms; the
captain r-coiued to be a Swede; wont
to Kabbit Islaud aud reported hav
ing secured tho arms; Kauli cauio
into town to report; met whaleboat
below Diamond Head aud W. H.
Uiekard boarded the steamer; Kick
ard said tiial nothing could Undone,
as the people ou shore were not
leaoj ; nit-Kurd asKed how many
guns were on board; was told thoro
were about 26Sguiis; besides bolts
and cartridges; Captain D.tvies said
that the hleaiuer could nut got into
the Fit-buiarkct, as the dredger was
ii the way; ll this was noted iu a
letter aud Kickard sent it ashore
t irough I'ua; steamer went to sea
a id (uiitid ihe coal supply was ruu
uing short; Wilcox came out iu a
canoe on Thursday night aud said
that no laudiug could bo made at
Kkanko, as tho place was guarded;
a boat load of coal was sunt out and
Kickard went ashore; the captain
was then told to land the arms at
the best point ho thought; the arms
were put into two boats aud stowed
below Diamond Head, aud lator un
earthed aud used iu the revolution;
they were Winchesters; the Waiiua
ualo returned to port, witness aud
Warinu coming ashore; Warrou had
boou taken from the schoouer; wit
ness took charge of tho Waimanalo
for a while; the crew was composed
of Captain Davies, W. Hutchison,
Geo. Towusoud, a Norwegian auil a
Cross-examination Horn iu Ho
nolulu; Kauli told witness that tho
captain of tho schooner was a rota
tive of Major Seward; witness did
not give Kauli any letter from the
captain of thu schoouer for Major
Seward; there was uo talk about
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