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VOL. IX. NO. 1247.
HONOLULU, H. 1., SATURDAY, JANUARY 2G, I8i5.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
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chant street, Honolulu, Hawaiian Isl
ands. Daniel Logan, editor, resides on
Atakea street, Honolnln aforesaid
Address letters (ui the papei 'Kaitot
Bulletin," nnd business letters "Manager
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L.KWKBS A OOOKE.
I.lll-..k1(lu tllli l)AI.BX IK I.UMeSI mn
ll.l lf.DK or litlll.OIKU MlTBtUM
Kurt rttreel, Hounllilu
H HAOKKHLD A OO
.rnni Con mill iuern Htine Muiiimilii.
NO B UMITHIK.8
A i'. ri.mink ti liiNikAL Itnair.
MtthilkiMitt, Koliitlu, HnKnli.
11 T. II.
iikui jHWelry a 8iH?cialty famctilar
JtliMitlon paid to all kinds ol repair
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WOBKB,
TAM Knkinbii, Biihae Milw, HulkBIS,
Oimi.tRn. I hon, Bbasb, a rii Liad
Maishliiery of Kvery Uebcnpuoii Made to
Order. Particular attention paid to Hhips'
Blackbmltlilng. Job Work exeontwi at
CONTII ACTOR AND BuiLDKK.
Rsttnmtes given on all kinds of Brick,
Iron, Stone and Wooden Buildings. Job
blpg of all kindb Building Material for
pnlo. 510 and 512 King street. Uesldenco
Telephone, Bell 227; P. O. Box II.
DR. C. W MOORE,
HOO Van Ness Ave., 8. F Cal.
Elegant Apartments for Patients.
(LKtiTuiorrr ih Nasvons disbahbh.
fif. Moore otlers invalids all the
comforts of home, with constant and care
fill treatment. Hefers to H. It. Maofarlaiie.
HO YEN KEK & (JO..
41 Niuiiiiin Htrnet
Tinsmiths, Plambinrj, etc.
(lKOnKKUY anil OI.AHOWAKK
Atlas Assurance Go.
A88ETB, . . . 110,000.000.
H. W. SCHMlDT-fc SONS
Acntafnr KhwaIIhm Inland
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Bta
- 80TB TELEPHONES 113 -
Fine Carriagos & Civil Drlvern
To be had at nil bonr
J. S. ANDRADK,
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
K1 KING ST
Wtiolesiiie tiotl Retail Butchers
G. J, Wallm, ; : Mauafrer,
WM. G. IRWIN A CO.
OFKKP. FOR BAl.ft
lii. ORfiini ami
CelfiDmiBd High Gratis Caoe lanorttt
W re also prepared to take order fin
mwiph. N OhlandtAOo.'i
Insuring prompt deliver.
KW rnib it imp
superior faint Oil. con
turning less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
QUIfVtlUI A nillt ' WM"
iving a ladling brllliauoy
lasting Driinauoy to color.
Used with ilrlnt It Elver a splendid
Fall-bank Canning Coi Come Beet
4riB raiXT oo.
Compounds, Roofing 4 Papers,
liid'i 'limit Statu Pipe Cotirlii
JarbiMM' Diamond, Enaael Bver
Klcinilj aeaiKUxa fur Vatiauin fan
Hatitora Kiro iUBOiauutt Co.,
l.iiDdon Uocaanlre Fire Iu. Co.,
ajMeta, f 4.317,052.
TrmuHB and Mritwiy MaiiBe Ibb. Co.,
Nm York laie Inn. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER,
Oeneral Auent tor Hawaiian Island a.
Wiu. ti. liwin.
W. M. GIDard,
Theo. tl. Port
Presldeut and Manager
Hecretary and Treasurer
nirNT itf TMa
Oceanic Steamship Companf,
Of HAJM FHANClbCO. UAL
Bkm. Tbl. 881.
128 A 130 FOKT BTKKKT.
Orders from the other Inlands In
Building, Trimming, Painting, Etc., Etc,
Promptly Attended to.
W. WRIGHT, Iuop
i HmiftftsHnr to O, WeM
BOTH TKLKPHONKa- 4M
III ST ACE &(').
n iimIb in any quantlty-lnui. .
hag to a ton
CH ARCO AL.
Kriiin i,ue pan to any (piantit;
In f-tu lengths and Hawed or Split
from a hag to any quantity; also
WHITE & BLACK SAND
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyator Cocktails I
Bauer Brunneu I
Frodorickaburg Boer I
straight and Mixed Drints
Of All Kinds and Best Quality.
UouUiwest Corner King fcNaaaaa Iti.
Pacific Mail S.S. Co.
OccldeDUl and Oriental S. S. Go,
For YOKOHAMA and H0N0I0NQ.
HUamera of the above Uompanloi will
call at Honolulu on their way to the abovn
porta on or about the following dates :
Btmr"O0KANI0"... February 19, 1895
Htmr"C1HlNA" April 2. t
Htmr "UUI'TIU" April 30, 1KJ5
.. '.vjk. Juno 1, 1SU5
' fetiur-CdrnU".. . ......July 10, 18IJ
Btmr "COITIO '....Srpiember IU. 18!
Htlllr,,011INA, Octooer a. 18'13
Btmr "UUl'TiO" November 23, 1803
For SAN FRANCISCO
dteauutn ol the a bo re Uomtiauies will
can at Honolulu on their way from Hong'
up and Yokohama to the above port on
bout the following dater:
..February 10, 1895
Btmr 'TKKU" Marcb
ch 20, 1805
Hinir"OAKUP" April 2N. IRW
Huiir CHINA" May -JO, 1H5
Btm. ' COPTIC Juno 17 1810
ohu'-'uui ut i'HiImau'
Julv 17. 1
Btuir-HELOIC" August O.lbOo
btmr "KlTY OF HIO nr. J AN KlHO'-
Bepti-nilior II, 18'.r
Btmr CHINA" Oc.oberO, 1803
Btmr"' OITIC" Nuveiiilxir 0, Ib05
Drceniber I), 1MI3
Bmir'TOt'Tli" January 1ft, 18't-i
Btiur CHINA" Februury 21, 180(1
liTKS Of FiSSaGS ABB AS FULLOtfS
Cabin, round trip t
"labln, rouuit trip 13
PaSHeiiKers oavmir full fitrn lll Iu
allowbd 10 iieroentotl return fare If .-wlnrn-
ins wiiiiin twelve montu
W Knr Creixnt and PdiiiiKr appiy In
H. HACRFELD 4 CO.,
7 ti Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Ausiidiiau Mail mu
For 8an Francisco .
Nmw and Flue Al 8tfll Ulwiiii.ini
" MA.RIPOSA "
Of the Oceania Steamship Compnu) win
be due at Honolulu from Sydney and Aunk
land on or about
And will leave for the above pun witn
Malls and Passengers on or about tbatiULr.
For Sydney and Anckland :
I'lie New and Fine Al Steel titeamahlp
41 ALAMEDA "
be dne at Honolnln. from Hau
on or about
Aim will have prompt uesnatcb with
Mall and Passengers for the above ports
The undersigned are now preparml to Ihhuo
THHOUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN TUB UNITED STATUS
For further particular, i-funnim.
freight or Passage apply to
WM. Q. IRWIN A CO., Ltd.,
"' Oeneral Agent.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA
from 8. F.
for S. K.
Jan. 25 .Ian. 30
Keb 18 Feb a
March t March 20
Aprl1 a April IS
Ma 3 Mav 8
May 1 June 3
JiiijuiU Juno VI
July 15 Juiyl
Aug. U t.,.Aug. 14
Sept 2 Sept 7
Sept. 30 Oct.2
Oct. 21 ,,...Oot.2
Nov. 16 Nov. 20
Kruiu ban Krauclwui
From Sydney toi
ALAMKDA..Feb. 14 I MABIPOSA..Fb. 7
MAHlPOSA.Mar.14 I A It AW A ....Mar. 7
AHAWA....Apr 11 ALAMKDA .Apr. 4
ALAM&I)A,.May tl MAHIPOSA Ma) 2
Ma.ItlPOBA..JiliieUj AHAWA....M) )
AHAWA July 4 1 ALAMKDA June 27
ALAMHDA..AUK 1 MAHIPOSA, July 25
M AKIPOSA.Aug. 211 1 AHAWA . , , . Aug. W
AHAWA. ...Sept.VO ALAMKDA.Bpt. 10
ALAMKDA. .Oct 24 I MAHIPOSA .Ont.17
AlinnVU Manufacturer of Fancy
. iJAUUIlll, Wrought Iron FenoHs
lor Burial Lots,. Residences, Gardens, .Bal
conies, etc. Union street, nearly opposite
Bell Toner. 1175-U
Canadian-Attstralisw Steamship Line
itMiiKra, ol the above Line, running In ooiiuertiun with tn.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
lletween Vancouver, B. ().,
A.R.E1 DUB A.T
On or about the dates
From flydnoy and Suva, for Victoria
and Vancouver. B. O.t
Btmr "WAltKlMOO" April I
Tbroagb Tickets lua4 Iron Honolola
ratnillT AMD rABSRHUBB AOIBT8!
D. McNICOliL, Montreal, Canada.
K01IKHT KKRlt, Winnipeg, Canada
M. M. BTK11N. Ban Francisco, Cal.
G. MoU imoWN. Vancouver, B. 0.
Wilder's Steamship Go.
C.I. WIGHT, PreT H. H KOSK, Bcc.
Ca(t. J. A KING, Port Bupi.
Will leave Uuuolulii at '2 r. m., touchinu t
Labaina, Maalaea Ilnv and, Makena the
same day; Mahukoiin, Kawalhat- and lu-
fahoehoe the fnllowing .lav arrlvinir it
lll Iko m "e evening
LKW'KH IIIINOIUI U
Tuecday . . .Jon 20
F.iday. .. .Vb. K
liie.iiay .... Feu 10
Frnlny Mr. I
Tuesday. . . Mr. VI
Friday Mr 22
TYi'Hliiy ... April 2
Krldnv . .. Apili 12
Tuesday .. Apr 1 2
Friday.. .. Muy 3
Tiiewfay . .. May !
e'rlila ....May 21
Tuenday. . .June 4
Frl.iay . .. .Juno II
TiR'Mmy. . .June 'Si
v'niUy July 6
TnoHim ....July in
t" r.day . .
. Kelt. 13
.dp II .0
I Friday. .
iTiuuy May in
I. . - . . ..
. Jmy 12
, An 13
. .M-lit. 13
...Oo . 4
Tuesduy auv. (I
Frl uy . . .
Friday . . .
, Or pi. n
.Sept. 27 I
. Nov. 10
, .Nov. 20
. Di-c. 10
Tu sifay ,
Frluay Nov. 15
Nov. 2 j
lteturmug, will leave Hilo lit 1 o'clock
r. m., loucntug at Laupahoehoe, Mahu
kona and Kawalbae same day; Makena,
Maalaea Bay an I Lahalna the following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afUrnooiiN
of TiirSda) a and Fridays
No Freight will be received
12 noon on day of sailing
Will leave Honolulu Tnesdajs at 9 r. m..
touching at Kahului. liana, Hamoa and
Kipahulu, Maul. ICeturning arrives at
Honolulu Huuday mornings
wniotll at Nuu
of each month,
Kuipi, on lecoid trip
No Freight will
be received after
4 P. M.
on a ay of sailing.
This Company will reserve the right to
make cbanueN in the time of depurtuie and
arrival of Its sttamers without uolloo and
it will not be responsible for any o mse
queucus arising therefrom.
Consignees must bo at thu landings to
recolvo their Freight; th s Company will
not hold itself rciiionslulu for freight utter
It bat been lauded.
Live Block only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be reioulblefor
Money or YaliubleH of pusseugeis unless
placed in the care of Purrers.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets b fore embarking. Those falling to
do so will lie subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live per coin.
KIM.L LINK UP
Japanese.' Goods 1
Sill too Uotion Dress Goods,
Silk, Linuu aud Crape Sbirt
OF OOMPLKTH STOCK -
Vlade by Yamatoya of Yokohama.
W When you are In need of any tine
of Japanese Goods, give us -first call and
save going all around town.
aoe Fort Ot- n.ax Cuatom Rouw
ANBW OHRAMKH OF TUB LATKST
model, capacity H) gallonu par hour.
Also, a Two Horse Power Uasollne Kuglue,
Just tho thing for a dairy. Apply to
J. 0 HACK,
m3-m Honolulu Dairy,
fti ITOH IK f
W., and calling at
Vlrtorla. 11. 0.,
below stated, vlt.'
From Victoria and Vaucouvor, B JJ.,
for Suva and Sydnnyt
8tmr"WAItltIMO0" February 24
8tmr"M10WKKA" March '24
Btiur' WAllltlMOO" April '21
to Canada, Onltad Stataa tod Europe.
For Freight and Passage and all
General Information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd,
Agent) for the llawuilnn lilwuit.
It cure Itching lm
muM, and Kecpi mo
scalp oool, innii,
healthy, aim ireo irom
w r 1 1 n t i
that six year ago 1 l"t nrnrly half of iy
lialr, and what ni left tiirneil gray. Alter
using Ayer's Hair Vigor seerl immllis,
my hair began to grow again, and with the
natural color restored."
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DH. J. C. AYER & CO., LOWELL, MASS.. U .S. A.
lltnnreof i-limp Irall ill.ni
I. l.riilulll.'ltl fill tllt'HM
Arr li t.riitiiliii'iit on Itir wmi'",r. Mini Is
blown In tlm nU ul encli of our IkIII-.
Hollister Drug Co., lid.,
Sole Agents for the ittpitbila of Hnali.
General Business Agent
Writer, Colltotor and Copyist.
HOUSKS - AND - HOO.MS
Leased and ltented.
A Thorough Knowledge of Town, Country
ritOMlHKS SATISFACTION TO I'ATUQNH.
Cilice with A.
P. PeUrson, Kaalin-r.W-liu
Regan Vapor ji Pacific Gas
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
They canunt be surpassed tor motive
aHKNl) KOH UATA 1.0(1 II K-
1U33-U Bole Agent, Muiiauu titreel
California Fruit M rknt
Corner Klin; and AlsVea Sis.
Kvery Hi an rr frjm
Fresh Fruit, Oystorn,
Bslmon, Poultry, Klc, Ktc.
M. T. DONKEUi,
New Patenied Poi Strainer
TaT" All Orders or Communlcitlons
addressed to K O. Hxll & Bon, L'd.,
(who have them on sale), or to M. T.
Dounell, will receive prompt attention.
PLANTATION " LABOR.
OOUHA .t CO. AUK Kll-
ivl ceivlng orders
for Plautatloii uibor
to arrive in March ut-xt. All those who
wish Ub'irers should place their orders im
mediately with O. it. lloardman, Agent
for tho above llrm. CondltP.us aro men
tioned in prospectus; "To the Planters of
Hawaii." (1. K HOAHDMAN,
lZl6-lt Ageut fur Oguru ii Co,
SBaaaVtiS-r-. .! -ffT rJ-JHF
WT . . iSW-'il ASB'X
! Engines & LauiitK !
Real Estate and Loans
The enlargement of the LOAN Market
so as to cover the wants and necessities of
the largo number of honorable people who
are not owners of unincumbered Ileal
Estftto wns one of the most iiccesury Inno
vations of recent years. To many It has
luuaut relief from pressing claims at the
very tlmu when most essential. Whin
properly and honorably conducted this
business is of equally great iuirtatieu
and value to tho community as Building
and Loan Associations havu proved them
selves to be.
Tbe Hawaiian Iovestmeat Co.
Makes n specialty of Negotiating and Pro
curing Loans for Borrowers who are un
able lo discount their Notes at tbu Banks
and who do not care to obligate them
selves to soma Jrlcud or acqualutanca by
aSKiug uis eiiuorscmcnts to tiii'ir oic.
This Company will make Ixmns upon
Household Furniture, Pianos. Organs,
11 or cos, Mules, Wagons, Carriages und
Personal Property without removing the
Property from tho Borrower's p03;eslou,
and nil business will be conducted on a
ST1UCTLY CONMOKNTIAL BAdIS.
Tde Hawaiian IaYeBtment Co.,
Geneiial Heal Estate Aoents,
13 and 10 Keahuiiianu Strtets,
(Ntar Pubt Omce )
Notary Public, Mutual Telephone 639.
Tho business of tlio countrj- is
Buttling iutu its foruior groovu. Our
youtlutnnuly ilrivur Las returnoil
Iroui Ins vacatiuii, tlm cdub in tho
pasturu switch Ui iustiad of bul
lots with tliuir tails ntul tho uroaui is
richor iu couseiiiiouco. Wo boliovo
wo havo satialioil ovory ono of our
customers who havo taltuu milk from
us and wo uro iu a position to sup
ply a KrMftt tunuy moro. Tlm pooplu
who from choice or necessity visitoil
Waialnu during tho past two wooks
havu had an opportunity to seu just
what sort of tiiot our stock loods
upon, aud no longer wonder at the
richness of the milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro tho
best. With the exception of a day
or two early iu the late unpleasant
ness our drivers have always boon
on time at our customers' residences.
We take this opportunity lo thank
those who have been patient with us
aud to solicit a continuance of their
patroungo. Wo will bo pleased to
till all orders telephoned to us a ml
guarauleo all milk to be pure aud
tree from adulteration.
Tuk V Al A h AEJt JlK CI L
L. B. KERR'S
I HAVK JUST HKCKIVK1) A
LA1UJK ABBOHTMKNT OK . .
uad Latest Styles.
THKHK 0001)3 WILL BK SOLI)
ANY QUANTITY FU0M A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Hake a Single Suit!
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. II. KEliit, - Impoutkh,
RUBBER STAMPS I
BROWN & KUBEY,
WATCH AND CLOCK DEALERS
Goods sold on Weekly or Monthly
4 Muonlc Tsmple, Alike Street.
HONOLULU, - H. I.
C X COI-.X.J3tTS,
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fenders, Dushes, Hiorm Aprons, Ktc.,
at Lonest Possible Prices, and
Workmanship of the Best.
I use First-cluss Material of my own Im
porting. .Manufacturer of nil kinds of
Workshop 210 King Street near Mauuakea,
l O. Uox 100,
TWO GROUPS TRIED.
Connsel Make Pleas for Leni
ency for One Batch,
AdYtcate Kinney Himself Speaks
. f. r Those .Who Told a StralghU.
Joe Clark weut to Kaalawai on
Sunday; had found a note ou his
table iu tho morning inviting him to
a luau at Kaalawai; met throe sen
tries between Telegraph hill and
Kaalawai, and was later allowed to
pass; saw a lot of men aud arms
there, aud no luau as expected; was
unconscious of uieeliug with armed
men at Kaalawai; took part iu the
fight ou tho hill; ou Monday weut
by way of Makapuu aud around to
Kailua to get men aud food for the
people ou Diamond Head; was ar
rested ou Tuesday morning at thu
L'ali ami was taken to Kaueohe jail.
To Kaulukou Heard about tho
assembling of natives at Kaueohe
ou tho Thursday previous to tho
trouble; did not recruit any men for
that assemblage; had heard that
there was to bo a Halting party there
aud was told by 1'ukila to send meu
there; did send two or tureo meu
there to assist iu pulling tho fishing
boat; am 31 years of ago; wa boru
ou Hawaii; did not kuow thoro was
to bo an uprising uutil that Suuday
A recess was taken at noon uutil 2
convened at 2:15
William WiddiCeld, sworn states:
Left home ou Saturday morniug and
came down town to receive wagrs;
after receiving pay, visited several
saloons aud kept it up till evening;
felt very heavy aud remember gojug
ou tramcar, aud supposed was being
(akeu homo; fell asleep aud remem
ber being lifted out at the terminus;
met natives there aud was takeu
along to where they said there was
to bo some feastiug aud hula; was
greatly uuder tho iuilueucuof liquor
aud had dilliculty in following the
meu as they had gone ahead; ho
asked tho men several times whoro
they were goiug; it was raiuiug aud
his clothes were drouuhod; was
sobered up a little; had a fall iu a
gully; ho had a bottloof liquor with
him; met two boys who directed
him to tho house; saw Charles War
ren, Charles Bartow aud tho Lanes
there; asked Warren whoro tho hula
was, aud ho pointed into tho house,
where lay a lot of guus; ho was
much surprised at sight of tho arms;
was given a full glass of giu aud waa
given a rille; dou't remember , any
thing that happened after, but
a'voko aud found himself undressed
aud covered with a blaukot; slept
next day until afternoon; got up
aud had auothor drink; was oatiutr
iu tho evening when Warrou called
him out aud told him to take 1G
men aud go down to Waialao road;
thought it a good chance to get
away and went; deserted at tho first
opportunity aud went dowu to tho
'Iramways' terminus aud met tho
tramcar; reached homo after 11 that
Keanopohaku, sworn, states: Waa
iu a boat that wout out to moot the
Waimaualo; Aborahama was not iu
tho boat; remember hearing Kilioua
saying ho, did not want to go; the
steamer Waimaualo was mot uear
the ushiug grounds oil liortelmauu a;
went to Ivihala afterwards; did not
suspect o'ijct of going out that
night was to land arms; thought it
was for fishing.
Cross-examination Know Abora
hama a long timt-; did not see him
in eitlujr boat that night.
l'ehu. ti.voru. states: Was in the
boat with Kilfuaa that weut out to
meet the steamer Yaiiuanalo;-tuoro
weru two boaU; kuew Aborahama a
long time; he was not in tho boat.
Cross-examination Mou iu l'ua'B
boat were witness, l'ohnku, Kaai
ike, Kahimalaui, l'ua aud Keoki.
Mr. Kosa then began argument iu
favor of tho prisoners. Ho spoke
for about half an hour, reviewing
the evidence against prisoners aud
Mr. Kaulukou addrossed tho Court
iu favor of two clients, D. Kauuha
aud Johu Kalaukoa. Tho ovidouce
of treason against thoso two was iu
sullicieut aud counsel pleaded for a
veiy lenient Hue, if fouud guilty,
ami for a discharge if not. His ad
dress was interpreted by W. L. Wil
cox. Tho Judge Advocate made a brief
address aud turned the prisoners
over to the mercy of tho Court.'
A recess was thou taken.
At 5 o'clock John Mahuka, Patrick
Lane, Tom Pedro aud tou othors.ou
trial yesterday eveuiug wore brought
in aud hearing of their case continued.
(Continued on f Fay.)
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