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Ordway & Porter
Ilotel Street, "Kobinson Block."
Beg to announce to their numerous patrons the
arrival of New Goods, such as Carved Oak Bed
room Sets, Baltan and Wicker Ware made up
into Stands, Center Tables and Chairs oj the
very latest designs; Dining Iioom Furniture, Ex
tension Tables a specialty. Also a fresh lot of
l'orlicr Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
Bell 525 TELEPHONES Mutual U6
Pioneer Furniture House
HSST-A-BLISICEID 1 869.
New Goods ! Latest Designs 1 Largest Stock 1
801.11) OAK BEDROOM BETB,
BOFAB, LOUNQK8, WAHDIIOBKB,
MIHKOIIH, MOU1.DIN08, ETC., KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
Per Holt of 40 Yards, 1'2.00.
And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent Chairs for Rent !
Bell 179, TELEPHONES Mfltnai 76.
Successors to 0. E. Williams.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
JDST ARRIVED ! !
A large assortment
litis just been
Bryant," and more
to airive por "Transit."
"C. d. NHPMHKm
Hoipid 8o Co.
No. 74 IClaaB Street.
M jj mm
IMI'OUTEHS, WHOLKBAIiK AND ItKTAIL DKALRJtB IN
Havana, Manila Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and
Every variety, stylo
and prico in the
Furniture lino. TllO
bost and most
ricd in Honolulu.
Call and inspect our
from all the Coh brted
Factories In the United
Do You Smoke?
If you do, von want the best your
inoiicy will buy I havo Jnst re
celvnl a choice Invoice of tle finest
j Havana and
which srll from 5 rents Up 'o?5
cents. While ninny people prefer
Manila Cigars, I luvo for their
bencllt a very choice selection of
all the best known brands of
For those who don't smoke cigars,
b it "hit the pipe," 1 have a flue
Mtersdunm and Briar Wood Pipes,
Alo Oorn Cobs, Etc., Kc.
TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
Smoking and OhewliiR Tobacco and
tho favorite brands of Oliinrettesato
alo kept on hand In (act any
thine In the Hi e of smoker's re
qti sites can be found at ihe
H. J. Noi.tk, Prop.
THIS SPACE 18
2A. S. rJE"V"5T,
Fort Stiiket, II. I.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER & CO., L'i.
At Walklkl on car linn and on l'alnma
Koad neur Fertilizing I'luut. Theso J)ts i
are Very Chen) and Bold on uasj terms.
Deslruble Acre Tracts near tliu city and
oilier Properties for Halo.
11UU0K WAKING A, CO.,
Dealers In I-ots and Uimls.
UO Fort Street, near Klnp.
3STOTIO B !
X Command, r l I levo Honolulu us
follows! Tui'i-dny, Jan. !M, Friday, Feb.
1st Tuesday, Feb. I Jth, at 'i r M. for I.a
lialnu, Miilinkona, l.uuiialuielioe. Hmi".
I.I.. Il..l...lu.i Li........... H.l.. .Vi.tttf....
and ll lo KctuinlDK ItMVs Illlo nine. ,
Monduy, Jim. '2nu, Thiirrduy, heb. Tt It,
M(Mi(ln, Feb 18tli, cu'lliiK' at I.a'iimlioi).
tin. Hfline iiuv. IiiVi.h Mm llkmiA AL7 a. M.
j Tuesday, jun. 2)th, Friday, Feb Hih.Tues
' day, Ki b iftb, cu Iltii; at 1 ulndnii saniti
I day, arriving at Honolulu same nlht.
wiiiur.K o air.a.Marur ru., i. u.
I 'J 10-td
AONK UNDIV1UKI) TWKXTIKrH
sbaro in tliu Ahupuau of Jionokini
situate In Smith Koua, Il-wnll, cnutaitilUK
an area of 0578 Acres, and belnir Aiuna U
of 11. 1'. (.857, h. 0. A. 7713. Tlioro uro 3M
il-10 Acrrs to every uliaro. This land ad'
teot.1 a' 2MU W itts v:!iT.
able lor Cnllee, and the balance for imstur-
ape. It lies near Hookeiui landing. I'rli-e
$bt 0. Title
Title penect; watraiity ueeu,
edged and stamped, given to
. l''or further particulnrs apply
J. M. MONSAUUM',
Honolulu, January 4, lB'J-5.
a n nxi'KitiBNoijn SToni:Ki:ni'Kit
x. fur u Country Store; a line clinuee
fur a uood man
Oilers tinder "S. K ,
FOB BALE CHEAP
ASUHHY IN VKHY
Gond Itepalr. Alto
a few Urates both New
and Seojud-hand. Ajitiiy Ui
Honolulu Carriage M'f'y.
BOOMS AND BOABD.
ROOMS AND HOAHU
for u few )ersous can be
hud at Ilanlwai, on the Wal
klki beach. i
W. B. 11AJIT1.KIT,
1 nrumise sttunto ou tliu
eastspieoi me otu uhkiuibu:
nlavLTimiid. fjrinerlv ocoil-aVa
. t . . . . . . .... i
plod by A. UurtenDerg, Hsq lliu uuim.
nigs are modern and uoinniodloits and the
spacious grounds are Inid out In fruit and
ornamental trees. Kasy terms to n desira
ble tenant. For further particulars please
apply to 11HUOK OAKTWHIUHr.
(Continued from ht Papf.)
on Monday forenoon; ho had a rillo;
tho fight with tho Government troops
was going on at this Minus know
l'alau; mot him on Sunday night
near lflouhorg's ilnce; Waialao; ho
had a good many natives with him;
l'alau aud his mon joiuod in with
Satn Nowloiu's mun; at 10 o'clock
Monday morning the men were
thrown out in slurmixh lino and a
fight was on; Widdifield was there
1 on Saturday night; ho was sont by
Widetnann with 15 men to guard
the bridge on the Waialao road.
To Widdifiold Saw you there on
Saturday night; you wero drunk;
you picked up a rifle and weut out
i side aud fired a Bhot; alter you fired
the shot the gun was takon away
from you, aud you woro put to sleep;
don't know whether you got to Ka
inoiliili bridgo on Suu'lay night or
Cross-examination Sam Nowlein
was the leader; saw Kauai for the
first time on Saturday night, also
Aberahama; Kahala wa not guarded
on Saturday night ; Kiliona piloted
the boats when the arms were being
landed; Kiliona was not armed; Eke
la Bteered one of the boats; that
i was on Thursday; did not see Kauai
t or Aberahama that night.
Sam Kanahele, sworn, Btates:
I Know Tom Poole, one of prisoners;
i took part in tho uprising on Sunday,
dau. 0; was armed; fooio was there;
ho was also armed, helping Wilcox's
side: first saw him at Rosa's tilaeo !
on Sunday; saw liim later at Hortel
niaun's pfaco; did not see Kauai at
To Widdifiold Did not see you at
Kanahele ro-eallod Know Palnu;
saw him at Hnia's house on tho fit h
and tith nruied; ho was guarding
some white prisoners; other people
wore there armed; know Uipikaue;
saw him at Hosa'shouse on tho tith;
Bipikano had a gun; ho was sitting
in a chair in the house; don't know
where ho went from thero; know
Joe Clark; saw him Sunday, Juno G,
at Kaalawai; ho was armed; he was
ono of the men who wont to Bertel
matin's; he went by himself; don't
recollect seeing Kanuha there; saw
loela Kiakahi there; he was carry
ing a gun; all tho prisonors named
woro there under no ros'raint.
Cross oxatninat ion Witness got
to Bertolmann's tit noon Sunday;
met 1'ua Mio who told witness to go
on to Kaalawai; am related to Mio;
saw Kiliona oti tho beach; saw Abe
rahama at Kaalawai; no one at tho
placo could escapo if ho wanted, as
sentries had been placed; witness
weut there to help the thiug along.
' To loela Kiakahi Saw you on
telegraph hill when Wilcox gave an
order to you; saw you first outside
of Ueckloy's veranda, when Wilcox
ordered you to go tip on tho hill
I with some hoyx; did not see you
Ktvoss was taken at 15 o'clock till
Court convened at 7:!$0 nVlook.
, Charles liartow; re called: Saw
I Kauuka, one of prisoners, aud John
I Wise at Bertelinaiin's; Kanuha had
I rilles with him; they were taken in
side of llertelmauti's with tho assist
ance of witness and others; Tom
, I'oole was also there; ho was armed
1 on Sunday ot Jtoa's; loola wss also
' there; he had command of one of
the squads which weut to Bertol
Cross-examination- -Wise was thero
between !I aud 1 o'clock in tho after-
i noon; revolvers were urottirht in a
bag in n hack nutl witnoss enrriod i
thuui into tho house; Wiluox warnotl '
all that if anyonoattomptd todesort '
ho would bo shot; Kanuha nnd Wise I
loft for town again at 5:30 p. tn.; nil !
priaonors talked about tho objeut of
assembling thero; it was to oppose ,
the Govoruuioiit foroon.
Koauu. sworn, states: Went to l
Diamond Head on Sunday, Jan. 0; '
saw tho conflict between tho rebels
and the police at Uertelmnnu's that '
night; loela had comuiaud of ono ot i
i tho equadH; Joo Clark was there;
everybody was armed. j
Cross-examiuntion -Clark talked
with tho men; armed bontrios were!
I Htationed about the place; cannot i
tell whether Clark could escape from
the place if liu wished to or not;
witness was forced to go lo Kaala-1
wai; he was met by men aud taken
Kattli, sworn, states: Am acquaint- I
ed with Kalaukoa, ono of prisoners; '
witttess came front Koolmt on Jan. (i
with three others; they wero mot by t
. Kalaukoa in Niiuanu and advisetl to '
go back and take food to men fight
ing at Diamond Head; witness and
his compauiouu wore arrested ou the i
I (jrnss.nTnininnlimi Wab mvim rt I
i z ail7pl to rrU77 tho nb'
'V3! Kalaukoa knew of tho uprising
( also; ho was drilling mon m Nuunuu
William O. Crowell, sworn, states:
Know Kanuha, who was a toaehor at
Kamehamoha School; had talk with
him about an uprising; Kanuha told
witness that ho had son arms of
war ami asked witness to ioin tho
rebels; talk was in Kanuha h room.
Cross-examination Did not know
whether Kanuha intended to fight
or not; when Kanuha found that
Crowell had no desire to take part,
he said ho was only trying him;
Kanuha was at tho school until ar
rested. Fred. Maybe, sworn, states: Am a
scholar at Kamehameha School,
talked with Kanuha on the evening
of the uprising about it; Kauutia
said ho hud seen munitions of war
aud prisoners; ho said that witness
would get a good position if ho
joined the rebels.
Cross-examination Witness had
talk in Kauuha's room; Kanuha
talked in favor of government,
l'rof. Htehards, sworn, states: Am
principal of Kamehameha School;
know Kanuha three or four years;
his character aud reputation woro
Kiliona I'oepoe, sworn, states:
Know Kanuha; saw him at Kaala
wai on Jan. (5; ho camo with Wiso in
a hack with somo guns.
Court adjourned -at 10:20 o'olock
uutil 10 o'clock Thursday morning.
Bavo Half the Amount of Tour Oil
BUI Through Saving in Pigmout.
Every painter should use Luool In
dtcad of Liubuud Oil, uccuuue:
liUtoL Is more durable than Unseed
2. IjOCOL Is more economical
PKOOF THAT LUOOL
Six years of actual two in exterior
house imiutini; in California (tho
nioHi trying cuninio tor paints;, in
tho burning heat of the Arizona Des
ert, tho Arctic cold of Alaska, aud on
the Atlantic coast, have fully anil
practically shown that Lucoi, always
outwears Linseed Oil under tho same
conditions. All tho iicid works in
.Man Francisco have discarded Lin
seed Oil for Lucol.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Put strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lucol paints. The Linseed painlc
are destroyed in a few minutes; the
Lucol paints are practically iinatlect
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Break up 1 Urn. paste white loud
in one pint of Lucol., and the samr
iuanliiy in one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread the p.duts on similar dark
surface for comparison. 1 he Lucol
paint spreads as far as and coven
much belter than the LitiM'fri p.itut.
To get equally good coering with the
Linseed paint you have to use 2J lbs.
of white lead to one pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of j lb. of
paste lead to euch pint of Lucol. utnl,
or 0 11)1. to every gallon, equivalent j
to your saving more than half the
first cost of the l.i'coi,.
M'coi, is not in CDiiipelitiuii wild
cheap Liiitccd Oil Hiilinliluio.
fceeim (in ihe fUwHiiriii Island!.
Drawing and Painting
D. Howard Hitchcook
CLASS DAYS, KATES, ETC.
1 IIRAHINO CI.AHHFS:
Tuesday utid Wednesday afturnnons or
1 Saturday morului;.
Tue.iday aud Widnetday niornliiH, or
Kvory alternato Saturday altiiriuon,
Crltlrlsuts will bo Kiven twice a week In
each el iss
The Clans Itooni will be ojion from 8 a.
m. to l'J noon for morning classes; from I
to 0 r. m for ulUruoon clusnus.
Dr.twIiiK Class, Jier tuoiitli ? 8 00
" " Single Lesson.... 1 W)
PaiutluK Class, tii-r month 10 UO
' " Siiib'lo Lesson.... a 10
Sketch Class, free to regular class
pupils, lo otlurs 1 it)
0W Spiclal rates for Private I'ltplls
and to tliUNU deslrlni; dally study at oism
Will bo made to keep
excellent time if left
for thi'io days with
Fakukh & Co., the
Well-known and Reli
able Watch Makei s.
If satisfaction is not
given your money will
be refunded in full.
FAKRER & CO.,
4 13 Fort dtrest,
Our stock of Holiday
Goods are now ready for
inspection at our New
fetoro (Wennet's old
stand) on Fort Strut't.
A carefully selected stock
of Jewelry bought with
an eye ou tho Holiday
Trade and will bo sold at
X. 0. Iiox 287.
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, Prop.
PHOMl'TIA ATTKNDKD TO.
Fine Stntlnnery nnd
Optician, Spectaclos 4 Eyeglasses
Carefully suited to alt Bights.
Domestic Srcwixo Machines
Games, Toys, Dolls,
Always Kept on II nnd.
Diaries -1 8 9 5 - Diaries
A Nice Stock Alway Kept on Hand
to Select fioni
JOKB ordered b
QUITAUS FROM 100 UP.
Flu'cs. Cornets, Piccolo, Ukuleles
atvl other ItiMriimenK Alsu Violin,
Katij i and OulUr Strings and Fit
SKWINO MACHINi: NKKDI.KS
for all kinds of Mucldnes.
Our Qreat Drive
A HAND MACHINE roa SS.no.
FOR 8AI.F. HY T11K
HOLLISTER DRUG CO, L'D,
Aucnts for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Mural ant Street.
Fort, near Hotel Sts.
CitAs, J. Mo AttTilY, Manager.
Popular Brands of straight Goods
ALWAYS ON n.NII.
Try tli" Great AppetUer The IIrowni
Uoi'iuail d si eettilty vtlth this retort.
IIEI'OT OK THE
Famous Wlaland Lager Boer
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fine Casalmoros, Serges,
White Linens, Eto.
Suits Made to Order
ON SllOitr N0TI0K.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
C. Alt IMA, - - 10 Njuuanu Street.
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, ld
Cur. Allan k Port SU.,
1 CO IDS. Vy Your doctor
j . will tell you
OT '3 t U tin. I
1 1 1 aafcBt diet -
Nestle's f0rbaby i
I PnnH H I
Vs? k ,"
SI YLE !
Four groat 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 the best
known cutters on tho Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 Fort Stroet
W. W. AHANA.
333 XTuvianvk Ctrt-
KnRlisU, Scoicb and Amencao Goods.
Htyln nnd Kit (liinrnnteed
flminl Tfllfl. 66o. P. 0. Box M4.
HOP KING &r.o..
(W HOTUL 8TKKBT
- Wholesale Denier In
Liiniiira mill ffliieiln i'mn
aerl b'hluese Merchauaise
ui nils, tttre, .Minting,
(llilneMe Hllks, Teas, Kit.
Etmltah and Amorioan Qrocenec
ly Kvery Coast Hteainer
.MUTUAL TKLEl'IfONK 147.
The Best Lunch in Town.
r-w-H. H.Xid OofTew
T ALL HOOKS
THF KINBST BRANDS OK
Cigars and Tobacco
4LWT ON BAND
EL. J. JsrorjTJB. Prop.
d&. F'o.mlly Ilotel.
Per Day $ 2
Per Wwk U
SPKCIAI. MONTHLY RATES.
The llfbtol Attoiulnnee, tlm llfi-t Hltna'lon
nnd tlin Finest Meals In the Oily.
ri. I. HI! A.W, i'roiirletot
dor. KIhk rtiitl Nuunnn Street, Honolulu.
Choico Liquors and Fine Boer.
HKIil 'rF.I.Kl'iIONK 41)1
BACK AGAIN TO WORK.
1ST. 5 BXJFta-EISS
Is "L'lilu iiretmrul to tepittr Oitrden Hose,
Snrli.kleiH. Water Tana. et. tavi Fllniir
Siirii.kleis, Water Taps, et"". uv FIlltiK
and all kinitx of Tools tliorji'iied, liioliul-
aim an kiiiiid oi Touts bluryneu, liioliul
un; CiirvliiK Knives nun Seizors; 1-iwn
Moersn rpfitn t : also HHttliiK Ulitss; In
(atal kiiids tit jobbing. WorK oalleit for
nnd returned Uimk up V1 Mutual Tele
phone any time Lofom U a. m. UVUtt
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid
KsltiiiaiuH given on all kinds ot
irONK.CONOKKTK a PLAU'IKH WOltJC
WtU UODUOkTK A SmOULTY "
JOHN F. BOWLER.
Does nil klnus of Work In
Ctment & stone Siduvaiks & Curbing.
He has ou hand a law supply of Clit
iiKse Uruti tu Curb anil alway kfops Ha
waiian U'irhliiK Stone, Kttumlei given
aud lowest, prices assured ltell Telephone
Dishes and Glassware Wanted 1
Ulooks. Watches and Jewelry Wanted
Old Gold and Silver WanUnll
OT RIgbMl Price PaMI Jkk
114 King Street, Corner of Alakea.