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Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Kobinson Block."
lieij to announce to (heir numerous patrons the
arrival of New Good's, such as Carved Oak lied
room Sets, lialtan and Wicker Ware made up
into Stands, Center Tables and Chairs of the
very latest designs; Dining lioom Furniture, Ex
tension Tables a specialty. Also a fresh lot of
Vorticr Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
Bell 525 TELEPHONES Mutual H4fi
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 S69.
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
SOl.II) OAK BKDUOOM 8KTH,
BOKAB, LOUNOJCB, WAKDROIIKB,
NIKUOllS, MOULDINGS, KTO., KTO.
Special FeatureNo. 1 White Seamless Matting
Her Koll of 40 Yards, ll'J.UU.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent! Chairs for Rent!
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutaal 76
Successors to 0. E. Williams.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
A largo Ubsoi'tmout
has just been re
coivod per "II. P.
Itichot" and "0. D.
Bryant," and more
to mrivo per "Transit."
m SWfet Sot rjStuf JL
til 1 1 nSrt w
Hopp 8o Co.
No. T'-l King Street.
IMI'OUTKIIS, WHOLESALK AND HKTAIIi DKAI.K11S IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars
JEaCOXiLISTEi & oo.
Cor, Fort and Merchant Streets.
Evory variety, btylo
bebt and most
ried in Honolulu.
Call and inspect our
from all tho Celebrated
Factories In the UiiIUhI
Do You Smoke?
If you do, j on want tho bpt your
money will htty 1 have Jnu re
ceived o choice invoice of fie finest
which sell from 5 cents tip o5
1 cnts, Whllo tunny people prefer
Manila Cigars, I hvre for their
benefit n very choico selection of
all the best known brands of
For those who don't smoke cigars
I) it "hit tho pipe," 1 havu n lino
MtersctMiim and brln Wood Pipes,
Alo Corn fobs, Etc., We.
TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
Smoking ami ('hewing Tobacco ami
thf favorite brands of Cigarette ntv
alo kept on hand In fact any
thing in the II'. e of smoker's ro
qu sties van bo found at the
If. J, NoLTh, 1'rop.
THIS SI'AOK IB
ML S. UETVTT
Fobt Street, II. 1.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER "&" CO., L'n.
At Walklkl on car Hun and on 1'ulnnm
Iload near l'VrlllUIup; l'lutit. These Ul
i are Very Cheap uml Sold on easy turniN.
, Desirable Acre Tracts near tho city and
i other I'ropurtius for Sale.
1JKU0K WAitma A, CO.,
Dealers in lxts and l.uuds,
I'ill-tf S)3 Kort Street, near Klnc.
3STOTIO E I
1 Command' r l I lcvo Honolulu us
follows: Tuesday, Jan. '-.M, Friday l'Vb.
1st Tuesday, Feb. I'Jtli, ut 'J r M. for l.u
hntmi, Muuukonu, l.aupuhrjchoe, 1 l.ni'
hlna, llukahiu, Hum mil I'ohakumuna
and lido Returning leav. s Kilo ut u r. w.
' Monday, Jan. i.Hli, 'Iliumluy, Keb. 7th,
M'.udiM, Keb 18th, cadllut ut I.U'ipahoe
, hoe same uy. Liavea Ma-.uko'ia "t7 a m.
Tucbilny. Jan. IMtli, Friduy.Feh Wh.Tues
lnv. hVb IMIt. eu linn nt I uhahnt same
day, arriving M Honolulu sumo night.
WliiDKIl'S BTKAMHHIl' Cu., l.'ti.
AONB UNDIVIDED TWENTIKTH
share in the Ahupuau of llouokmi
situate in South Kona, II wall, containing
an arm of U57S Acres, and being Ap.ma ll
of It. I. W7, I.. 0. A. 7713. There are IlJi
IMU Acrrs to every share. This laud ad
joins Kalablki on the Suinh and I' a valu
able propeny. A good deal of it is suit
able for Colleo, add the balance for
It lies near Hookenu landing. Trice
litlri perfect; warranty deed, uc-
Kiiovweugel Hint stumped, given to pur
chaser. For further particulars a
lier particulars annlv to
J. Jf. MDNSAllItit.
Honolulu. Januury , VM ili-l
A N UXl'BUIKNOKI) SrOUKKKKl'KIl
xx for a Country Store; u tine chance
fur a uood man
FOR SALE CHEAP
A SimitY IN VEUY
. Oood Hepalr. Abo
a few Drakes both New
and Seo md-hand. Anmv to
W. W. WtliailT.
Illi7-tf Honolulu Uarriatte M'f'y.
BOOMS AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND IIO.V11D
for a few nervous can hu
had at llunlwal. pn the Wul
kikl beach. I
W. S. IJAUTl.KIT,
prumiseii situate on thu
tustsrii'oof the old AUkiki
nlnVKround. ftruierly ocou
nieu oy a. uartuuiierK, n.sij ine iiuihi.
i (nits are modern and coiunioillnus and the
spacious uroinuls are Inld out In fruit and
" . ". . - r-m . .- .. .... ...
ornamental fees. Kasy terms to a desira
Vur further particulars pleaso
(Continued from hi Pane)
mou thoy mot that all those who
had any lovo for country, now was
tho titno to go ami execute tho work;
novor threat oneri any men with re
volvers; recruited sovoral men and
sent thoin nhiad; reached Kalinin
with Keawo Koin and Kauai at 3
o'clock in the afternoon; witness and
othors wont out that Sunday niRht
on Telegraph hill; at 7 o'clock Mon
day morning took olT cartridge belt
and gun nud left them and wont
homo to Wailupe, surrendered later
to tho captain of tho Government
Cross-examination Was tiot iu
the boat and ditl not assist in laud
ing or secreting nuy nrms In tho
Kiliona, sworn, states: Live at
Koanau below Diamond Head, near
Kauai's beach house; remenibor the
Thursday before Sunday, Jan. 0;
know L'ua; he said that witness
would be wauted at 7 o'clock thnt
evening; thnt some foreigners were
coming out thnt evening to go out
fishing; witness nfiirmed that ho
uotihigonud went homo and pro
pared linos and hooks for dilToreut
izos of fish; a great many pooplo at
Waikiki and in town often employed
witness to go with them fishing;
witness being familiar with tho
olaco: they wont out that night;
passing the fishing grounds witness
remonstrated with Pun, and I'ua
told him keep quiet; I'ua it appears
had soon a vessel; nearing witness
found tho vessel to bo the steamer
Waimanalo; witness then saw an
other boat; the two boats thon ran
alongside and was challenged by tho
mou on tho steamor who were all
armed; the foreigners spoke and
ammunition was deliverod from the
steamor into tho boats; those who
came olT tho steamer wore Georgo
Townsend, Charles Warren and IJ.
W. Wilcox; witness was told by Pun
to get into the other boat and load
tho way iu shore; th witness' boat
went into a two between Wainlao
and Kahala; tho other boat went
, ashore farther down; tho guns wore
hid in tho sand; witness went home
thnt night; hearing there wns trou
ble left home on Monday morning
nud went into the bushes to hide; '
witness surrendered to the author
Cross -oxatninat ion Was not ,
struck with tho itlea to toll the
authorities about tho landing of '
Charles Warron states: Heard the
unmo of Ahornliumn mentioned on
Thursday night as one of tho men
in the boat which went out to the
Waimanalo; saw Kiliona on one of
, tho boats; paw Kauai and Ahorn
hamn at Kahala on Sunday morn
ing, and a second time that day iu
tho afternoon when they returned
Kauai, sworn, statos: A mesongHr
had come to witnes from George
Townsend for him to show them
sumo phtce whore thoy could hide
some guii", uittus being familiar
with the localitj; the places witness
designated wero not satisfactory
anil tho guns woio returned to Ka
hala nud Knalawai; on Similar
morning wituoKs nud Alrahama
decided to va ate the place and
got away; thoy were stopped at
Kaalavvai, and were told to go and
find men; both wero given two full
glasses of giu anil thoy started; told
people at Koahia if thoy wero aloha
aiun to go to Kahala and they would
find work there; did not see Keawo
and Koia at Waialao; returned to
Kahala at '2 p. m. Sunday; told peo
ple he was going home and went;
during the night Wilcox called and
asked Kauai and Kiliona to go to
fight; made excuses and were left
home; next day went towards Kan
lawai and found Townsend anil
others with a wagonload of guns;
they wanted Kiliona and Kauai to
go and hide tho guns; the men took
the guns and dumped them iu tho
hush; went and hid iu tho bush anil
hid for a week.
A recess was taken till 7:!M) p, m.
Tho following prisoners wore
brought into Court shortly after 7
o'clock. They were:
John MnhtiKa, Keliikuowa, Liwai
Kamokoua alias Pipi, Kaoua, Puna
lua, Samuel Kalnlau, Patrick Lane,
Kilohana, Manuel Kuhio, Henry
Mahoe, Samuel K. Kaloa, Xakaikua
hiue, Tom Petlio.
Patrick Lane Miid that Neumann
ami Uoa would defeud him.
Kalalau wanted an attorney.
Others wanted no counsel.
Mr. Neumann roro and said 'hat
ho anil Kosa would volunteer their
services for prisoners. Oiler was ac
Mr. Neumann entered the same
objections as to tho jurisdiction of
tho CommisKion as iu former cases.
The objection was oven tiled.
Charge and specifications of trea
son woro then road by the J mine
Johu Mahuka pleaded guilty to
both specifications and charge. ,
Keliikuowa Pleaded guilty. i
Liwai Kamokoua alias Pipi
, Kaoua Pleadotl not guilty.
' Punalua Pleaded not guilty.
Samuel Kalalau Pleadtd not
ICilohana Ploatltnl not guilty.
Mnuutil Kuhio I'leadt'il Kiiilty.
llonry Mahoo I'Juadetl Btiilty to
oj)iosin Kovoriunotit, hut as to in
citing others, not Kiiilty.
Sam K. Knloa- Not guilty.
Nakaikunhiim Not guilty.
Tom Poilro Not guilty.
Patrick Lano Ploatb miiltv to
having takitig up arms against thu
An atljournmont was thon takon
I until 10 o'clock Fritlay uiorniug.
Chamhorlain'a Cough Rmiuxly in
famous for its euros of liatl coltls. It
opons tho Ht'criitioiif, roliovos tho
lungs and aids nature iu restoring
tho BjHtom to a healthy condition.
If f roolj usod as soon as thu cold has
boon contracted, and before It has
become settled iu tho system, it
greatly lessens tho severity of thu at
tack and has oftHii cured iu a single
day what would have been a severe
cold. For sale by all dealers. Bou
son, Smith & Co,, Agents for Ilav.'ai
(jfjjj Sarah I. Grlffirx. pjj;
Only a Scar Remains
8crofula Cured Blood Purified by
- ' Hood's Snranpnrllla.
"C. T. Hood it Co., Lowell, Man.!
" It Is with pleasure that I semi a testimonial
concerning what Hood's BuM.iparlll.i has dona
for my daughter. It Is a wonderful tnrdlcln
and I cannot rocnmmrnd It too highly. K&rah,
who Is fourteen years old, has been
Afflloted With Scrofula
trsr sine sht was on year old. For Ato years
sh has had a rininlnn sore on on side of her
face. We tried erry remedy recommended, but
Dothlnc did her anr boimI until we commenced
Dothlnjr did her any good until we commenced
UJlnR flood's Ksr.iaiiarHla. MymnrrlrddaUKhtcr
adliedm to use Hood's Sars.'iparllla became
It had cured her of djripepila. Sh had been
troubled with that complaint since childhood,
Snd sine her cure she has nerer been without a
ottleot Hood's HarsaparllU in the home. We
commenced giving It to Ksrnh nhout one year
ago, and It lias conquered the running sore,
Only a Scar Remaining
as a trace of th dreadful disease. Previous to
taking th medicine her ejeslght was affected
hut now she ran see perfectly Iu connection
wlUi Hood's H.irsapirtlU e hive used Hood's
Vegetable Pills, and And them the licst." Mns.
AiArtiAonirKiK, Arms, Illinois. '
Hood's Pills cure nausea, slok headache,
(adlgestlon. biliousness. Hold by all druzcliU.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd., -
Hole Acents for the IN'imhllc of Hawaii, i
struck niv htore
Uccoinbcr. It was a
strony, vigoioii", full
grown iii'fair, nud had no
respect fo' other people's
I", clings. It would push
its way in through tho
front door runnn.ige
iiinong my eh icc goods,
tear down, pick to pieces,
growl at everything ex
cept the qtiiility and price
buy a paper ot I'uis ( r
Silk Divas, go out and
come, hack in a short
time reinfoiced by neih-
month has mad- me
re my time, and
iu the middle of
tlie s'ore at is i. m. on
December .'Jl, lbill, J
was glud to Kiy "I'au."
Feel homewhat better this
week and have an'tved at
the conchi-ion that 1 wid
hold my Annual Clear
ance Sale Now a clear
ance sale may mean noth
ing or everything. In my
Iciino 't means everything.
I li'ive a large assortment
of goods on
hand that 1 1
must get rid ol before
the return of next Aus
tralia. I must have shelf
room and to get it I am ,
prepared to make a sacri
iice. Everything must ,
be sold. iNow each week !
1 am going to offer some- '
thing special, this time it ,
is millinery. Nowhere
in Honolulu can you buy
Uats and all thu attach
ments thereto for the next
wc k us cheap as at
Egan's. No otiier house
in the city can sell these
goodn at 50c on the $1 .
We can't keep it up long,
but will endeavor to sat
isfy everybody as long
as ihe Hats and Featlurs
last. And remember that
you get two dollars'
worth for one of King
Kalakaua's silver cart
wheels. That Tireless Toih r,
.1. .). KUAN,
till Fort .street.
3'1 NUUANU SrilEKT,
llctweou Hotel and Kiut; Street, next to
Has opened a Flrst-clasH Grocery Store
as uhovu. Ho will kiep always on hand
the llest and Kreshesl
American and Eoglibii Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do Ills best to please all
Purchases delivered, to nil parts
of the t'Uy..
3b(Evt.tvt.al Welop23.on.o 257.
W. P. Reynolds, Prop.
1'ItOMI'TIA ATTENDIH) TO.
Vine Slntlnnerv nntl
Cheap Stat'one y.
Optician, Spectacles & Eyeglasses
Carefully suited to nil Sights.
Domkstio Skwixq Maciiinkr
Games, Toys, Dolls,
Always Kept on Hand.
Diaries - 1 8 i) 5 Diaries
i A NIre Stock Alwava Kept on Hand
i to Select finm UOOKS order.it h)
QU1TAIIS KIIOM l.00 UP.
l'lu'cs. Cornets. l'lecolo, Ulrulelcs
Hint other lntriimeuts. Alsu Violin,
Itaiij-i and (lulUtr Strings nud Kit
SKWlNCl MAOHINi: NEKI1I.K8
for nil kinds o' Machines.
Our Great Drive
A HAND MACHINE fob. SS.R0.
will tell you
it 1 the
KOIt SALE ItT TUB
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Agents for thu Hawaiian Inlands.
Mora I. a tit Street.
Kurt, near Hotel Sts.
(Iiiah. J, Mu 'aiitiiy, Munacer.
Popular Brauds of straight Goodb
AI.WAVH ON HAND.
Try thf (Ireat AptM-tliter The Hiiowniu
Oocktaii-m specialty with this retort.
DKroT ok tub
Famous "Wieland Lager Boor
Fine Cassimeres, Serges,
White Linens, Eto.
Suits Made to Order
ON SHOltr NOTIOK.
CLEANIHG, DYEING & REPAIRING
AKIMA, - - -16 Nuuanti Street.
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, L'd
Our, Alloa A Fort 8U.,
20 lbs. W
' ruuu jl
S'l YLE !
Men's Wearing Apparel to
he 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 F'Oft Street
W. W. AHANA.
333 XTvLU.un.SA Stroot.
KngliSu, Scoicb and Ambncao Gnods.
Style and Kit liunrHiiu-wt
Uoinin & Uoj.iiiin
Hulnal Tile. 660. P. 0. Box IU
nop HiNG (Si co..
H HOTKL HTItKKT
- Wholesale Dealer tn
Limiun iiid iiilii liiprs
UeneiHl Dhinesw alercbaniilse
ul this, itlre, Mnttwin,
Chinese Silks, Tens, Kli.
Kiujlisb nud Amnriuan QruneriM
Itv Kvery lmt Htenmer
MUl'UAIi TKLKl'HONK 147.
The Best Louch in Town.
r?M. and OofTwe
T ALL UOOH&
IHK FINEST BUANU.s. or
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS. ON HAND
H.. J. JVTQIvrjB. Prop,
1 A family Hotel.
SI'Kt'lAL MOM1II.V RTRH.
The lleutof Attudauoe, iheUeetSltua'ion
and the Finest .Meals In the Oily.
H. I. SHAW, l'roprletor.
lor. Klnniiiul Xuuauu Street, Honolulu.
Choico Liquors and Fine Boor.
IIKIil. TKLKl'HONK 4111.
BACK AGAIN TO WORK.
1ST. E BLTRQESS
Is ertln preimrod to repair Osrden Hose,
Sprii klerB, NVutur Tans. et. baw Kllluif
and all klndiof Tools bhuryened, Incluil-
iik Carving Knives hud Seizors; ltwu
uoeru rievia ti : also bettiui; Ulass; in
fuct ul kinds of jubhiUK. Work eulled for
and ri-turi ed ilin up K1 Mutual Tele
phone any time hefom H A. u. 117Utf
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid
iCstlutatus KWen on all kinds ol
STONB.CONUHKTK dt Pi.AHTKU WOUK
t COh(JRT A 8HK0IAI.TT 'VUk
JOHN F. BOWLER.
Does all klinis of Work in
Cement & stone Sidewalks & Curbing.
He has on hand a large supply ot Chi
nese Uruuite Curb nud alwayu ki-eps Ha
waiian CurhitiK Stone. U.tliiiales uUen
and lowest iirinea assured Hell Telephone
Dishes and Glassware Wanted I
Clocks, WaUihes and Jewelry Wanted I
Old Gold and Silver Wanted I
OT HlQbt Prlcai. Paid I J
114 King Street, Corner of AUkes.