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Honolulu, II. 1., January 7, 18'J5.J
The right of WRIT OF HABEAS
CORPUS is herobj suspended and
MAKTIAL LAW is instituted and
established throughout tlio Island
of Oahu, to continuo uutil further
uoticu, duriug which time, houovor,
tho Courts will continue in session
and conduct ordinary business as
usual, except as aforesaid.
By tho President:
SANFORD B. DOLE,
President of the Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Geneiul Headquarters, Reiublio
Adjutant General's Office,
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, II. I.,
January 10, 18U5,
Special Order No. -o.
Oiider for a Military Commission.
A Military Comuiissiou is hereby
ordered to meet at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, on Thursday, the 17th day
of January, A. D. lb'.5, at 10 o'clock
a. in., and thereafter from day to day
for the trial of such prisoners as
may bo brought before it on the
charges and specifications to be pre
sented by the Judge Advocate.
The Ollicers composing tho Com
1. Colonel William Austin Whit
ing, First Regiment, X. G. H.
2. Lieutenant-Colonel J. U. Fisher,
First Jtegiiuout, N. G. H.
3. Captain C. W. Ziegler, Compa
ny F, N. G. II.
1. Captain J. M. Caruara, Jr., Com
pany C, N. G. H.
G. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
X. G. U.
tS. Captain W.C. Wilder, Jr., Com
pany D, N. G. H.
7. First Lieutenant J. W. Jones,
Company D, N. G. H.
Captain William A. Kinney, Aid-de-Camp
on General Stair, Judge
By order of the Commamlor-iu-Chief.
(Signed) JNO. H. SOPER,
Under MARTIAL LAW every
person fouud upon the streets or
iu any public place between the
9:30 P. M. aud G A. M.
will be liable to arrest, unless pro
vided with a pass from Military
Headquarters of the Marshal's
The gathering of crowds is pro
hibited. Anyone disturbing the peaco or
disobeying orders is liable to sum
mary arrest without warrant.
By order of tho Commander-in-
J. H. SOPER,
SPECIAL ORDERS, No. 2(5.
The Military Commission now iu
session iu this city, convened by
Special Orders No. 25, dated January
10, 1805, from those Headquarters
will hold its sessions without regard
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief.
J NO. H. SOPER,
Adjutant-General's Oilieo, Hoiio
lulu, January 19, 1895. 12111 tf
All persons are hereby notified
that they aro strictly forbidden to
use fire crackers, Chinese bombs or
any fireworks whatever within tho
limits of Honolulu.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
Holders ol water privileges, or those
paying water rules, are hereby noil lied
that the hours (or Irrigation nurnoiieii are
Irom 7 to 8 o'clock a. h., and 5 to 0
o'clock p.m. A. HHOWN,
Buierliitendent Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, May 25, lbU UW-tf
15 Jttf gttUjj lUclin.
FIUDAY, JAN 25, 181-5.
That was an interesting historical
ovent which took place yestorday in
tho Eocutivo building, formerly
known as Iolani palace, and it will
probably provo an importaut ovout
fraught with good results to tho Ha
waiian raco. When the ex-Queen
absolutely and finally relinquished
all claims and protousions to sov
ereignty ovor tho nation, not only
for herself but for her heirs and suc
cessors, announcing at tho same timo
nor uesiro to nvo lioncoiortu in pro
found retirement and abstention
from concern iu public affairs, she
gave the natives generally a mental
jail delivery. Sho released them
from all duty they felt themselves
under toward her for tho exercise of
that hereditary devotion to their
chiefs, which had hitherto restrain
ed a largo proportion of them from
acknowledging aud paying allegi
ance to tho now form of government
established over tho islauds. They
may still possess a sentimental re
gard for her person, as well as a spe
cial respect for her on account of
her past position, but no circum
stances can bo imagined as likely
ever to occur undor which Mrs.
Domiuis could ever again figure in
the political thoughts or conduct of
her countrymen or countrywomen.
Ttr fnrtnnl nlwltnnt inn nil Iwiiu.ti if
was not needed by tho Government I
any muru man it was uuuiauuuu,
must 1)0 of good service in that it
wipes tho royalist party's name off
the political blackboard of Hawaii.
Men must henceforth divide iu poli
tics upon issues of other kinds, aud
the less upon those of class, clique,
color or condition tho hotter will it
be for tho country. Upon questions
of internal improvement, of the pub
lic health, of finance, of immigration,
there will be abundance of room for
honest difference of opinion, as well
as the most ample scope for the best
public intellects. Let the dead past
be buried as quickly as possible, for
there are some weighty problems
concerning our civilization awaiting
KOtf HI DaY.
Chinoao Bosldonts Celobrato tho Opeu
iu of Their Now Yuar.
Tho United Chinese Society kept
open house in their hall on King
street from 12 o'clock noon to 2
o'clock this afternoon, the occasion
being Chinese Now Year's. The
Government baud stationed on the
veranda played throughout the re
ception. A largo number of pro
minent people partook of the hospi
tality of the society aud presented
their congratulations to the affable
entertainers. Tho ollicers of the
society were dressed iu mandarin
robes aud welcomed the callers in
the front room, shaking hands with
each one. Goo Kim, the Chinese
Commercial Agent aud president of
tho society, and Wong Kwai, vico
presideut, occupied positions at the
entrances to tho reception and ban
quet halls. Ho Fou, with his usual
courtesy, met callers at the head of
the stairs. Sandwiches, salads, and
light refreshments were bountifully
spread iu the banquet hall. Cham
pagne aud temperauco drinks were
President Dole sent his regrets at
being unable to call through Adjutant-General
Sopor. Among those
who accepted the hospitality ex
tended wore: Minister S,.M. Damon,
Attorney-General W. O. Smith, Chief
Justice Judd, Capt. A. G. S. Uavves,
British Commissioner; F. W. Mac
farlaue, acting-Consul for Denmark;
Major G. C. Potter, Col. J. H. Sopor,
Deputy Marshal Brown; Thomas
Rain Walker, British Vice-Coiisul; F.
A. Schaefor, Consul for Italy; J. F.
llackfeld, Consul for Germany; H.
117 w .l....:.l. rpi.,. u-..,.. .,, V.,..
Ifnann, B. Cartwright, W. C. Parke,
PP. C. Jones, E. C. Macfarlane, A.
Rosa, R. I. Lillie aud Mrs. Lillie,
Mrs. Capt. Gritliths and daughter,
Mrs. SaudorB, H. F. Wiohmau and
Mrs. Wichman, .1. M. Mousarratt, J.
A. Mugooii, H. Lose, L T. Konake,
W. T. Schmidt, M. D. Monsarrat,
Row Oliver P. Emerson, C. G. Bal
leiityuo, G. E. Boardman, Rev. F.
W. Damou, Itov. Kenneth Duncan, J.
G. Soencor. J. W. Girvin. secretary
Chinese bureau; J. O. Lenhardt, and
members of tho Euglish press.
Tho ollicors of the society are:
Goo Kim. president; Wong Kwai,
vice-president; Chang Kim, secre
tary; Wong Wah Foy, treasurer.
Trustees Lau Chong, Litui Sing,
Ho Fon, C. Wyunm, 0. Ah Fat, Ong
Chau, Chu Kim, Wun Yuk.
Chinatowu is gay with Hags aud
colored lanterns. It is the quietest
Chinese Chinese Now Year's ever
known hero, on account of fireworks
of nil kiuds being prohibited under
nisrtiaj law. Yet there wore a few
volleys of firecrackers sot off on tho
sly this moriiiug. The people from
tho Uowery kingdom aro iu tho gay
est of their country's gay costume,
aud tho most vivid tokens of happi
nosa appear iu their faces.
Tho followiug prisoners wero dis
charged by tho Marshal's order to
day: Junius Kaao, Aloua, S. K. Pua,
Kihi, Chum Fook and Chang Kim.
Tho last two wero ouly taken in this
At Williams' Studio are to be soon
Portraits ou Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by the sot or
UOOAIi AND CJHNKnAX CTKW8
At 2:15 tho stoamer Kinau was re
ported 20 miles oast.
Mechanics' Home, cornor Hetol
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 ajul 50
cents per night; $1 and H.25 por
Tho tug Eleii returned to port last
night at dark, reporting that she
had cruised all round this island, at
fivo miles oil! tdioro, without seeiug
any straugo craft.
J. W. Chapman, tho well-known
caterer, is now open for engage
ments lor banquets, weddings, balls,
dinner parties, gardeu parties, etc.
Address him care of Bulletin olllco.
Mr. Shimlyu, the new Consul
General of Japan, mot the Cabinet
in company with Mr. Narita this
morning. Au appointment was made
for his reception by Presidout Dolo
at 2 o'clock.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to lie tho same a dnue
ANOTHEB COURT MAKTIAL.
Soldier Boys at ttio Judiciary Bulld
lutr Uroak Out in Fun
Private Morns, one of the guards
at the Judiciary Building, accident
ally discharged his rille while on
sentry duty. Hence the following
placard posted on the door of the
legislative hall where the guards are
Heddquarters Co. G, N. G. H.
Special Orders No. 1,J5,7S1)
A court martial is hereby
ord,uol, t0pfvnte Morn9
for shooting Of IliS gllll
while on Guard-duty
The Court will concist of
" J Harding
" E J McCandlos
" Hiekey Judge Advocate
By order of Gen Booth
Capt .V: Adjt.
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BE Alt OH FOB ARMS.
Somo Protty Buvolvora
Senior Captain Robert Parker this
morning fouud four Colt's revolvers,
US calibre, iu the houses of Lapaua
anil Sam Kamakaia, two of the
prisoners for conspiracy. The re
volvers wero "daisies," according to
the captain, heiiiK of excellent finish.
At 9 o'clock William ()loiaii, one
of the prisoners for treason, was
sent off in a hack to locate thirty
seven other pistols. It was the pri
soner's request that he be allowed
to go alone, as the people at the
house where he was going might
hide the firearms if they saw an
officer accompanying him. Tho re
quest was granted by the captain.
Captaiii Parker secured two riils
and 50 rounds of ammunition at
Officers detailed to search natives'
houses in town to-day gathered iu
12 fine Colt revolvers and IKK) rouuds
of ammunition. The weapous are
the same as those used by the police.
Mrs. Edgertou will givo tho fol
lowiug numbers at her recital to
morrow evening at tho Hawaiian
A Hide to the Kurt
host . .
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J. W. Kllcy
A HUM II or K Hrx
(i. The Me 'a ItoMi ...
-. Tho Yellow lto-u
lie Horn )
c Two Interpretations of tin
kimi iikmiv v. cr v , Hl'hM. II.,
(I. Como I
fc. Tuntalui. ... Joaquin Miller
c. lly the Turret Blnrs.
blnUiQ .ceiw from bhnkpspearo.
TAKEN THE OATH
Moro New Adhorents to tho Kopub
lic oi Hawaii
Tho following named persons have
taken the oath of allegiance to the
Republic iu the Judiciary Clerk'H
Christian Frederick Dieckmaun,
John Foster, American.
In Judge Cooper's chamber:
Carl Gadike, German.
August Becker, German.
Iu Chief Justice Judd's chamber:
J. Lot Kaulukou, Hawaiian.
S. K Kino Hawaiian.
It1 h almost as easy for a
horse fed on California
Oo.'s Uay and
to draw his load
iH for this big ele
phant to draw his, Wo
pay tho highest price and
get tho bent there is to
be had. Our prices ate
as low as the lowest.
Prompt delivery. Both
Telephones 121. . , .
January o, 1S95.
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
their houses realize it. Every
year brings us greater knowl-1
edge on the subject; and with
it comes a desire to go deeper
into the mystery. A few years
hence there may be appliances
with the aid of which we may
come down town without ex
ercising our limbs at all; there's
nothing impossible in electrical
science after what has already
A plantation manager called
on us the other day in search of
plows, and when he examined
them he remarked that "the
stock is not only larger than
the other dealers combined,
but that the plows were of a
better quality. It was no trou
ble to sell him just what he
wanted. The demand upon
us for plantation implements
is alwavs at the too 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 tilled 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
have. 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 woiks of the Pa
cific Guano Fertilizer Co. The
dilliculty the plantation mana
ger has had to contend with in
uic use ui ieiiiii.a is iu 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 that is mak
ing its inroads on the planta
tions here after a thorough trial
in Louisiana. We have sold
several of them on Hawaii and
the paities using 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 Filters 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 them is now in
use at the Queen's Hospital,
and after a careful trial by a
Honolulu physician, says:
"I have o.x.iiuiiied the "Pasteur
Filter" manufactured liy tho Pasteur
Olinmboiliind Filter Co. I consider
ft to ho the moid elhcicnt filter I have
Anyone desiring to examkie
one of the filters at their resi
dence may communicate with
us, and Ar. H. L. Thiron will
call upon them and fully ex
plain the working of it.
Tic Hawaiian Hardware Co. Hi
iSrsymkkms of a
dn hrQ.ve.nf so.rfou.3
Wi: H Wi: JUST KKOKIVKD Kx
I r "I
Iheluilvc A;i'iitM fo' thu Hawaiian
BSS Forts' reet
r. c. joni.s.
K. A. JOSKS
N . I(H KOIIT HTUKKT.
8AFKS of Various BUoh f r Hunt
liy thu Month or Voir.
l VAULTS niin from Ss.'IU a. m.
until I i' m uiu. pi ou Saturday!,, w hen
tliey will bt rloa -il tit 23 r. M
t- VK liny nil Sell F m-chm
SIOOKS ami II M)S Mid make ad
vanit'D on ha inc.
ELECTION OF 0FH0EI18
AT 'I hi: annual mkktino of
the ICiiai'Kk SuotnCo held ihlsL'.M
dav of January, A II lb')", thu folouliiK
Olllrcru wi-ri'du uleutud to Mjrve during
the eiitiiliiR ytur:
W. (I. Irwin l'rutlilent,
W M. (Illlard Vic-.l'resldent,
II M. Whiincy, Jr..Peo'y it Treasurer,
'I ht'o. O. Tortur . . Auditor.
II M UIIirNKV .III.,
fcen'v Kilauea Kugur Co.
Honolulu, II. I., Jan. SI, Mfi. flt-St
rpur. u.M)i:ni(iNi:i) h.wino uk.
1. r. iviii I.ott- of Adi I Int-i.tlon
thn Km 11I" of Hi nil (1. Mrdrow, htchy
iniikui dun and inxm n'l iiumoiih having
iiriinrtj l)rlnnj!lii); to ha d Kslalu lode
liver nun o to him Nutiot ttlo lier.-bv
given In a I orcdi or-, of the derfiittd to
ir out Hi Ir dlxiii.h duly nii'lientiiut-Mi
w thin rlx uionthti fniui tlib ut
J O. C ART Kit.
Adinln'xtra or i.W Mcrclntut ft .ft
Hon lulu Jan. '.'I, lt!r. IUI'-1m
Ml!. Fi'U KUi:. (IF KIi'AHl'l.U
Maul having made au uH.lgnint'nt
to in" of all his i rniriy for tlm ImnclU of
I Ix creditor'. hII purons havli K claliiix
aualut tlm Mil 1 Sou Kfe ar heioli rt
lines od to jirit cut tlm simu ul'liin two
montliK finni tlnlit to the unik'-sliied, and
all iurious owiiiK hi nld Sii'i hue Mill
pli'ii-u inuk iuiiiiedlale pavuieul to
J. V HA OKI' KID,
AioIkiuo uj Si ii Ken,
Honolulu, Jan ll, I8.-3, r.'r.'-.'lt
Puaotioal Gun Makku.
Will do any kind of HupxIrliiK I" l'
ariiiH, also llrownlng and IU lining, balls
faction gunrai.teed. Union Hi luct, nearly
oiiposile No, 2 V to Engine Station,
RIGHT GOOD PUII
for hire at -i-
BMI'JH'S HUB STAIJIK,
1212 (It King street.
rplIK UNDKHSIONKD OFFKltS A
L rouardof 2.VJto any ouu giving In
fonimtlon that will loud to Him conviction
of tho person who Mole a Diamond King
from his promises on Thursday Inst.
1212-tI MILkAlU) V, QHANDALL.
A I OU h TOOTH
is head and shoulders ohovo all other Tooth
We sell more of Aloha Powder than all
other Tooth Powders combined.
With Aloha Powder you are sure of a den
tifrice thut will effectually whiten the te th with
out any hiirinful iffects. It is agreeable and
plea-ant to use. Try it once and you will never
bo without it.
Said a customer : "Your Powder seems to
he better than any I have used. I have never
had any irritation of the gums since uing it. I
have my children use it al-o."
That's the whole storv. It came vohin
tmily. A bottle of Alnha Powder will convince
you of the correctness of this customer's opinion.
13?" A Map of the Hawaiian Islands will
he given with each b.ittle as a premium. This is
a handsome Lithograph Map, is about 8 by 10
inches in size, and shows clearl) all the Islands.
National Cane Shredder
I'A'IKNIKD USDBK TIIK !,AWH OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Mr. J lin A. Scott, Miimi'ur of tho Hilo S'ur Ooinpany, givcb tho follow
iiiK wonderful rut-ord of tho working of tin- NATIONAL OANK SllltKD
DKU, which wiih oiecli'il liy thuir worky at tho coiiiiiicnconiunt of thu drop
"During tho )iint week tho Hilo Suur Comii.iiiy'a mill oxccodoil any of
ith furiiuir rccnnls liy clomtiy tin- 125 hour grinding with un output of HUOJ
toim. Tins is fully 10 purcmit more iliim tho hust work of former yours.
"Tho three roller mill hoing 20 in. by Til iu. u ml thu two roller mill .'10 iu.
liy (10 in. 'Iheflrhl null doing tliis iiniitiiit of work in un ollleiuut mitnner
iiml with groat ousu, comuiie(l with work ou whole cune, owing to thorough
preparation of the cimo hy the National Cano Hhredder, recently erceted by
"And hy its line tlio e.xtr.ietiou hns been increased from 3 porcent to fi per
cent on all kituU of cine, and iu wmio eu.-o.s 80 percent has bceu reached;
the uver igo being 7.) to 78 percent, according to (piiility.
"I continue to find the mcgu.st from Hhredded cano better fuel than from
"The i-hredder ha.s been wurking day and night for seven montliH and has
given uiu eutiiu nuisiactioii, h.iMiig Hhredded during that timo about bovouty
llioiiHitud tons of cine, and a largo purl of il boiug hard ratootiH.
"The thredder and engine icquiio very little care or attention."
)f? I'liins uiil ix oitloatioiit of these ShieddurH may bo been at tho oilieo of
WM. G TRWIN & CO.. L!a
Nsr.wiii, i, -.. . - ', aarrfLi?ii
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tho Latest Modern Attachments suitahle for Light and
Iledvy Work To Ptu chasers: Instructions iu Arisene,
Tinsel, Schuelle and Fancy Wmhioidery Work will he given".
Beware of BacteriateifWaterI
Drinking water should be boiled and filtered.
The Only Kemahltc Watkh FnrKit is the Slack ft
BroWDloW. They aro mido on scientific principles. They
are accessible in all parts and can be readily domed.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D
CORNER FORT & MERCHANT STREETS,
L. I Kerr
iH the only
man in Ho
r ' . . .uanp'n.