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0 r d way & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
llcg to aunounec to their numerous patrons the
arrival of New Goods, such as Carved Oak lied
room Sets, Uatlan and Wicker Ware made up
into Stands, Center Tables and Chairs of the
very latest designs; Dining Hoom Furniture, Ex
tension Tables a specialtg. Also a fresh lot of
Porlicr Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
Bell 525 TELEPHONES Muti'ai. 4fi
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 S59.
New Goods 1 Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
801,11) OAK UK I) HOOM 8KT8, j
80KAB, LOUNGES, WAltDllOKKS,
MIKltOKS, MOULDINGS, KTO., KTO.
Special FeatureNo. 1 White Seamless Hatting
i'cr Holl ol W Yards, $12.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent 1
Bell 179, TELEPHONES Mntnal 76.
(Successors to 0. K. Williams.)
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
A largo assortment
has just boon re
ceived per "It. 1
Kicliet" and "0. D.
Bryant," and more
to airive pur "Transit."
Hopp &, Co.
KTO. 74 King Street.
IMPOUTKHS, WHOhEBALE AND UKT.UI. DEAl.KKB IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars,
HOLLISTER &c OO.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
Evory variety, stylo
and price in the
Furnituro lino. The
boht and most va
ried in Honolulu.
Gall and inspect our
from all thu Co, brntcd
Factories In the United
Too High !
So Says the Uninitiated
Do Not Be Deceived I
Do Not Deceive Yourself 1
Make honest comparisons not
between St. Petersburg and Hono
lulu,, but between our prices and
prices prevailing in other establish
ments HfillE. We arc selling
as low as $12 per dozen. Think
' of HI $1 for a Solid Tea Spoon
of good weight and she; heavier
jmtlerns at the same low rale per
ounce. We further engrave Ini
tials free of charge on all our S II
1 vcr Ware; thus saving you many
I more dollars, and still further re-
I during the cost of our silver to you
over fifteen jndterns to choose
I We are selling Sterling Silver
I Cuff Links for 7uo. and -ft I pel set;
and yet have never bragged about
it; while the quality of our goods
has steadily UUMi VJ', our
prices hate constantly G0X1C
The volume of business done
daily in our Store, is proof of the
appreciation held by the general
public of our immense stock; of the
newness of everything in it; of the
ease ivith which your wants can be
aujiplied. There is no need calling
your attention to THE QUALITY
of our Silver people know a good
thing when they see Up and you
know we buy only the best.
H. F. WICBMAN,
FOB. SALE CHEAP
SUKUY IN VKHY
0(i(i(l llepalr. Also
u lew Drakes both New
mm ecu md-naud. A i i y u
llliT-tf Honolulu OurrlniSH M'f'y.
KOOMS AND BOAHD.
IJOOMS AND HO.Vltl)
I V. lor u lew persons can In
hud tit lliiuituii, mi thu WhI-
V 8. II A KT I.KIT,
liruunse situ tu (in thu
rust sr'o ol thu old 51k l;l
lilnVitlollllil. f.iiiutiriv O(0ll-
liled by A. UurU'nK'ri. Ksu
inxs aru modern unit coiunioilimis and thu
spacious grounds uru lll out li (nilt ami
ornamental t lvh. Kasy terms tu ileslra
hlo tenuut. For fur her particular pleubc
apply to DKUCK OAKTWHKlll 1'.
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
Gar. Allan & Port 81s.,
Practical Gun Maicku.
Will do any kind of llopilrln to Kim-
arms, also Drowning and Dluelug. Hulls-
fuotluu guaranteed. Union street, nearly
oppos.io no. i t re 1-. igine million.
3STOTIO E3 !
1 Coiumaiul-r l 1 leive Honolulu us
follows; T lesdny, Jan, Wd, Krlday, Keh.
1st. Tuesday, reli. lUth at i r m. for I.a
lull nu Muliukonu, l.iuipalioehoe, lloiei.
lilnu, Hakalau, Hnnoiiiu I'ohukuiuaua
and 11 lo Iteturnluc leaves Illlo at o p. m,
Monday, Jan. <h, Thurnlay. Keb. 7lh,
.Monday, Feb, lHth, cu llnj; at I.u -palioe-hoe
same nay, l.HivesMumikonaHt7A. u,
Tuosdoy, Jun. IWth, Krliluy, Keb. 8th,Tues
day, Keb JKth, cnllliiK at I alialuu same ,
day. nrrlvlnu at Honolulu same tiluht.
WUdJiiK'S STEAMSHIP CO., Wo. i
ml t idrSuJL.
(Continued from 1st Pane-)
holding olllees in thu uow govern
ment. Charles Warren, sworn, states:
Wont with Towiifond to Waimanalo;
found horses uear Walker's place on
i Dee. 10 iu charge of Kauli; wont to
sight schooner with arms; sighted
schooner Thursday, Doc. 20; Town
soud wont on board first and witness
after; witnoes stajed on board to
break opon the boxes of arms; '
Townsond took a letter out for the .
captain; don't know whether the
captain gave Townsend any letter
to bring ashore; witness was 11
or 12 days on the schooner cruis
ing between Molokai and Kahttkti;
sighted the Waitnanalo on Now
Year's day; tho captain was about to
throw tho arms oorboard,as he wn
afraid it was a steamer coming after
him; on coming closer found it to be
the Waitnanalo, whom they were ex
pecting; went into Kabbit Island on
tho Waimanalo on Now Year's day
before noon: then started towards
Molokai and later came iu under
Diamond Head; near Bertelmann'sa
man named 1'ua rowed out with
Kickard in it; Ktckard asked witness
what amount of arms and ammu
nition witness had on board; witness
toltl him thore were 285 rilh-s, with
100 rounds for each rille; there were
17,000 rounds to spare after the belts
were filled; Richard noted these
down in blanks in a letter written iu
ink and gave it to Pun to take ashore:
Wilcox canto out in a canoe and toltl
those on board that no landing
could be made at Kakaako, as thu
place was guarded by government
troops; the arms were put into two
boats and one boatloatl was put in
the sand ami another load iu the hi
awe trees; these wore taken out later
and used in the fight around Dia
mond Head; witness divided the
arms at Kahala.
Cross examination Witness stay
ed on Ualibit Island ten days, then
sighted M'hoouur December 20; went
out in a beat and stayed on the
schooner twelve days; lttckard came
out on a whaloboat to thu Waitna
nalo on Wednesday, Jan. 2.
To Kinney Tho rifles were placed
iu the house on thu Waimau'tto;
Iticknrd saw them and was on board
when the men wero practicing with
them at sea,
C. W. Maefarlane, sworn, states:
.Am clerk in Maefarlane fc Co.'s
store; remember selling case of whis
ky to Major Seward on Doc. 27 at
1:30 p. m.; entry was made iu pencil
because Major said he would come
back and pay cash; tho liquor was
left outside the door by the Major's
Maulia, sworn, states: Was with
Warren and Townsend on Itabbit
island; saw Kauli when he was on
his way to town to report I lie sight
ing of tho schooner; saw no letter.
Kamaka, sworn, Btatos: Was with
Townsend anil Warren when thov
weut out to tlio schooner; saw Kauli
before his coming into town; did not
see any letter iu Kauli's hand which
had come from the schooner.
Captain Win. Davies, sworn, states:
Am now under arrest; prior to arrest
i was tho commander of the Waitna
nalo; was first approached by W 11.
, Kickard a week before Christmas;
! this was at the steamer; talked about
, five minutes; he an lied if steamer
I was available; witness said yo; on
Dec. 27 after witness returned with
steamer mot lttckard in Walker's
ollice; Kickard told witness that he
wanted tho steamer to go out and
meet a schooner twenty five milis
northeast of Kabbit Island; he
said lie would give $20,(KX); next
tlay received SlOt) from Nowloiu to
1 buy three tons of coal; the password
, to tho schooner was "Missionary;"
was told where to land the arm; a
whaloboat would be met uear Dia
mond Head and half of the arms
were to be put into the boat to lie
lauded at Kakaako; met the schooner
t off Mukapiiu; a boat was lowered
ami tho arms transferred to the '
I Waimanalo; ran back to Kabbit 1st
anil on New Year's uight; Town
1 seud, JlutcliiMiii and boat crew
went ashore; coining back the Wai
manalo went to hea again; below
Diamond Head met Kickard, who
came on board; the steamer then
went to sea again; went into tho
cabin; Kickard had a letter address
ed to Charles Guliuk; he noted down
the number of arms on ln.ard; Kick- '
aril sat at the side of the table and
the letter was on the tadle iu front
of him; saw K ekard write on the
letter about changing of plans
owitig t the dredger being in the ,
way at the h'tshiuarkol; Kickard was
on board the Waimanalo twenty four
hours there wan practicing with
the rifles every day since they were
procund; Wucox came out ntwi tiny
and boarded the Meatnor; Kickard
went ashore before Wilcox came out ;
Kickard sent out a letter that it was
impracticable to laud the arms ami .
I to throw them overboard; Townsend
and Wilcox proposed that they bo
laiton asnore, anil so tiiey were put
into the boats and taken ashore; '
Xowuhoud told witness that Kickard
would probably bo one of tho Cabi-
1 net; witness met V. V. Ashford on
I Bethel street previous to going to '
sea anil asKeit linn whether ho knew
anything of any trouble coming; ,
Ashford said ho had heard some- .
thing about it, but wasn't sure; was
unable to got to sea that Thursday
on account of having no coal; got
some next day, Sam Nowloiu furuish-
l iiik uio money. i
The Court adjourned at 5:20 '
o clock until U;15 Tuesday morning. '
I Aro tho tfooil qtinlilioa posioHfcil ly
i Hood's S.irsnparilhi. Abovo all it
))iirifio.s tho blood, thus stroiiKthon-
niK tlm norvo.s; it ro,'ol'tos tlio di
gostivo orpntis, invi,'orntos tlio kid-
ntij-s mid iivor, tonus ami builds up
tho entiro Hystoiu, ouros Surofula,
DypoiiHin, Cntarrh and UliotimatiHiii,
Got Hood's and tho only Hood's.
Hood's lMIs euro all livor ills,
bilioiisno.Hs, jautidico, itidigostion,
sink hoadaoho. 2ou.
J. V. Chaptiian, tho woll-knowti
cntorur, is now opon for oii,'"Ko
inouts for baucpiots, woddiiiL'a, balls,
dinnor parties, gardon partios, oto.
Address him caro of Uulletin olllco.
friMin nPr.iii. rittrt Urlfl tr
tt.,iw uiiuii, ...Hi imu iiu
rospect for ollu'i pooplo's
fi-ulings. It would push
its way in through tho '
front door rummage
uinong my clmico goods,
tear down, pick to pieces,
growl at everything ex
cept the quality and prici4,
buy a paper of J'ins tr a
Silk Dnss, go out and
comt! back in a Hhort
time reinforced by neigh-
cyclont'H. Tins ,
montn lias madf me gray
before my time, and
standing in the middle of
the store at 12 i M. on
December 31, 18!) J , I
was glad to nay "I'au."
Feel somewhat better this
week and have arrived at
the conehiMon that I will
hold my Annual Clear
ance Sale. Now a clear
ance sale may mean nolh- '
ing or everything. Tn my
lease t means everything.
I li'ive a large assortment
of goods on hand that 1
must get rid of bifoie
the return of next Aus
tralia. 1 must have shelf
room and to get in J am
prepared to make a sucri
lice. Everything must
be sold. Wow each week
1 am going to offer some-
thing special, this time it
is millinery. Nowhere
in Honolulu can you buy
Uats and all the attach
ments thereto for the next
we. k as cheap as tit
Egan's. No other house
in the city can sell these
goodh at fit'c on the SI.
We can't keep it up long,
but will endeavor to sat-i-fy
everybody as long
as the Hats and Feathtrs
last. And remember that
you get two dollars'
worth tor one ot Km
'1 hat TiivloPB Toil, r,
.1. .J. KG AN,
Drawing and Painting
D. Howard Hitchcock
CLASS DAYS, RATES, ETC.
Tut'tday and Wrilnuiilny aflurn iijtib or
Tuemlay and Wedneiduy morning, or
Saturday uioru UK.
Hver) a'teruutu Saturday uftern on.
Crltli l-ms will ho i1uii tw.co a week In
The Onus It Mini will ne open from S A.
M. to 1'.' noon for luoruliin eluisus from I
to 5 cm for ulti ni'ion cla-i-iM.
Draw Iiik Class, iur mouth f H(KI
" ' S nirli' l.cpnoii... . I u
I'uliitluK CIuss, pT iiionth Ill UO
" " hinj;li) l.e-ton ... 'J 10
Stctcli C'ii!"i, free to regular class
pupils, to othtri 1 t(l
W Special ratoa tor I'llvitto Pupils
and to thoM' ilfsiilni; daily .study at cuss
Will b made to
excellent time if
for thi'io days
Fahuhh & Co
Well-known and Reli
able Watch Makeis.
If satisfaction is not
given your money wi'l
be refunded in full.
KAKRKR & CO.,
4 13 Fort, t$
4 13 Port street,
Our stock of Holiday
go,i ,o ,.,m re(iy lo, -
inspection ai our iNow
btoro (Wennei's old
stand) on Fort Street.
A carefully seleeted stock
of Jewelry bought with
an oyo on tho Holiday
Trade and will be sold at
P. 0. J)ox 287.
iolden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds. Prop.
PKOMlTliY ATTKNl)i:i) TO.
CPATTflMPD F'" Htnttmiorv ntnl
QlilliUNIm. Cheap Hiatlone y.
Optician, Spectaclos & Eyeglasses
Carefully pulled to all Splits.
Solt A Kent.
Domkstic Skwixcj Machinks
Games, Toys, Dolls,
Always Kept on Hand.
Diaries -18 0 5 Diaries
A Nlrp Stock AlwiiVN Kept on Iliinit
to Select f om HOOKS orderva uy
OUirAUS KHOM l.00 UP.
Klil'i'i. Cornets, PIecolo, Ulttileles
an l oilier Instruments Alio Violin,
Han) i and (lulur Sirlns and Kit
8KV'XO MAC'lIINK NKKDMiS
(i r nil kliuli o' Machines.
Our Orcnt Drive
A HANI) MACUINI5 rou $3.50
Tlj Vm! SlIifiKPr
UU UU "1UUIVC J
If von do, vo i want tho bt yo'ir
ii-oui!) will Miy I have Just rn
reivnf a oliolcu fnvolc of t' i- llnest
which wll from 0 rents pji 'o '6
cuts While ninny peoelc prefer
.Manila Cigars, I h .v f.r tltlr
lienellt a very choice whet'on ot
nil the best kn v. n brands of
For tliosi. who don't snioliu cars
hit "hit the pipe," 1 have a llnu
M-trsch um and hrl.tr Wood Pipis,
AI o Corn t'ohs, Ktc, K'c.
TbBACCO and CIGARETTES
SmoMni;A,'d CliowlimTohacco end
til- favorite tiraudsof ( Unretlesate
nl o kept on hand III tact mu
tlilni; iu the II' e (if fin .Iter's re
(pi sites can ho found ni .hi
H. J.Noltk, Prop. ia7-il
will tell you
it la the
KOU SAI.R UY TIIK
HOLLISTER DRUG CO, L'D,
Ai;euti for the Hawaiian Islands
Kurt, near Hotel Sti.
('hah, J. It'ir.THY, Mauatter.
Popular Brands of Straight Goods
Al.WAVH ON 1IANII.
I Try Hik Oreat Apnetlzer Tiik IIijownik
I Cocktail a sieutalty vilih this rerort.
1 iiKrot or TIIK
I Famous Wieland Lagor Beer
. MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fine Casslmoros, Serges,
White Linens, Etc.
SllitS Mliclo to Ol'doi
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
0. AKIMA, - - 40 Nuuatin Street.
If your subscription has expired now
It a good time to renew it.
20 lbs. W
SI YLE !
Four great recpiiniteH of
Men's AVearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suits
.made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 fort Stroot
W. W. AHANA.
32 3 XTVLVMvnu Qtrat-
HntllsD, Scotch and American Goods.
Htylt- nml Kit (limrniitrmi.
tllosuiing & tiopiiiring
Mutual Tele. 668. P. 0. Boi 144.
HW UOTKL, BTKKKT
Wholesale Dealers In
Lmuors and Manila Cigars
General Chinese Merchandise
HUOU At -
Nut Oils, Klce, MattiiiK,
Chinese Silks, Teas, Ktr.
EngliHh and American Groceries
lt Kvery Const 8teainpr.
MtlTllAIi TKI.KPHONK 147.
The Besl Lunch id Town.
TtM and OofTi-
T ALL UOOBA
IHh KIN EST BIlAND.s Of
4LWAVS (IN (UNO
3. J JTOT-.'THl, Prop,
A. F'n.txiily Hotel.
IVr Day $ 2
Per Vek f.j
HI'KLIM. MONTHLY HTKH.
The llestof Atii'iid"ii:M, iiih ll.t. tdituu ton
ami llix Kinest .Meals in the Oily.
h I. hllAW, Pniprleuii
or. KiiiKUiid Niiuauii Street, Honolulu.
Choice liquors and Fine Boor.
IIKI.I, TKI.KPHONK 4111
BACK AGAIN TO UORK.
1ST. F. BTji-LQ-EJSS
I U sjjaln prepared to tepiir Gtrden Hose,
Sprinklers, Waier Tup. et . Miw Filing
and all kinds ot Tools nlmryened. iuclml-
un O.rvluK Knives nun UcUMirs; 1-itwn
tloueriu hpecla t : also Betilni; Olass; In
faetal kinds of uhblu. Worn called for
iid rturi ed Hum up ldi Mutunl Tele,
phono any tine hefurn ii a. u. ll'lltf
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid
KsttiuatHH given on all kinds ol
vroNK.CONOUKTK A PliABTKK WOKK
Mfc. OONUBKT A SrCI'lALTY A
JOHN F. BOWLER.
O. B DWIOHT
Does nil kitnis of Work In
C'lnent & Stone Sidnwaiks & Curbing.
He has on band n larn supply of Old-iit-hn
Oramte Curb and alwuy keps Ha
waiian Ourhllli! SUJIie. K-tliUKles elyen
and lowest prices assured Hell Telephone
Dishes and Olussware Wanted I
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry Wanted!
Old Gold ami Silver Wanted I
OT Blahul Prlctii Pildl
114 King; Stroot, Oornor of Alakea,
&Cm ' Jb )