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Honolulu, II. I., January 7, 1895.)
Tim riKhl of WRIT OF HABEAS
CORt'US is horoby suspended autl
MARTIAL LAW is instituted and
established throughout tho Island
of Oahu, to continue until further
notice, during which timo, however,
tho Courts will contiuuo in rossion
and conduct ordinary business as
usual, except as aforesaid.
By the President:
SANTORD B. DOLE,
President of tho Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
OtNEiuL Headquarters, RuruuLio
Adjutant Uenkiial's Omci:,
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, II. I.,
January 1(5, ISICi,
SrcciAL OitDEii No. 25.
Ohdkii rou a Military Commission.
A Military Commission is hereby
ordered to meet at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, on Thursday, the 17th day
of January, A. D. 1SD5, at 10 o'clock
a. m., and thereafter from day to day
for tho trial of such prisoners as
ma' bo brought before it on tho
charges and specifications to bo pre
sented by tho Judge Advocate.
The Oilicers composing the Com
1. Colonel William Austin Whit
ing, First Regiment, N. U. 11.
2. Lieutenant-Colonel J. H. Fisher,
First Kegimout, N.U.H.
ii. Captain C. W. Zieglor, Compa
ny F, N. U. H.
1. Captain J. M. Camara, Jr., Com
pany C, N. U. H.
b. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
N. U. 11.
0. Captaiu W.C. Wilder, J Com
pany D, N. G. H.
7. First Lieutenant J. W. Jones,
Company D, N. G. U.
pf Captain William A. Kinney, Aid-de-Camp
on General Stall, Judge
By order of the Commander-in-Chief.
(Signed) JNO. H. SOI'ER,
Under MAKTIAL LAW every
person found upon tho streets or
in any public place between tho
y-30 P. M. and 5 A. M.
will be liable to arrest, unless pro
vided with a pass from Military
Headquarters of tho Marshal's
Tho gathering of crowds is pro
hibited. Anyone disturbing tho peace or
disoboyiug ordors is liable to sum
mary arrest without warraut.
By order of the Commandor-iu-
J. H. SOPEH,
SPECIAL ORDERS, No. 2li.
The Military Commission now in
session in this city, convened by
Special Orders No. 25, dated January
10, 1805, from these Headquarters
will hold its sessions without regard
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief.
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutant-General's Olllce, Hono
lulu, January 10, 1805. 121!1 tf
All persons are hereby uotified
that they are strictly forbiddeu to
use fire crackers, Chiueso bombs or
any fireworks whatever within tho
limits of Honolulu.
E. G. niTCHCOOK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Houolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
r-pHK ANNUAL- .MEETING OF THE
JL UhBMAN JlKNKVOI K.NT BOCIKTY Wi. l)U
huh! ou THUltSDAY, Jan. 31. 103, at 'J
o'clock i; u., ai tho Ottluo of 11. JIackfolit
.V Co. J. KUKAHIH'.
rpHE AUJOUUNKl) ANNUAL MEET
JL Iiik oi tho 1'eoh.k'h Ick A lUmmi:
mxTNO Company will be held tit the Koouis
ol the Chamber ol Commerce 'i'llUHd
UAY, Jan. 31tt, at 10 o'clock a. m. A lull
attendance is desired as business o! Im
portance la to come before lint mvetlni;.
J. H. KJHIIKK,
Hflu gnUjj tUclin.
MONDAY, JAN 2H, 18VG.
THE HAWAIIAN OUTBREAK.
Tho Royalist revolution in Hawaii
has como and probably gone by this
time. It was a foolish enterprise,
but nothing olso could have been ex
pooled from those who fathered it.
Wilcox is ono of those ill-conditioned
men who are always making
trouble in ono way or nuothor. Ho
has been a revolutionist iu Hawaii
on nearly all sides of all proposi
tions. His white associates iu this
outbreak woro a lot of ox-oUico-hold-ors,
opium smugglors, lottery sharks
and haugers-on under tho Royalist
regime. They appear to have been
backed by perhaps a couple of linn
i red natives, mostly of tho lrmnt
nlnaa If la tint. ..I It. ll f l.i.mli.1 '
papers that many of tho more re
spectable and responsible natives
loyally supported tho Government.
Tho outbreak has merely served to
advertise tho weakness of the Royal
ist cause and the strength of the re
public. As a matter of fact it is likely to
have more oiled in tho United States
than iu Hawaii. It further discredits
tho policy of tho Administration to
ward tho islands. It must bo admit
ted that tho withdrawal of all our
naval vessels from Honolulu was
largely responsible for tho outbreak.
There is not tho least reason to be
liovo that it would have taken place
if an American cruiser had been iu
port Secretary Hwrbort to tho con
trary notwithstanding. Minister
Thurston ought to know more about
his own people than Mr. Ilorbort,
and ho alhrms that tho presence of
an American man-of-war there exor
cises a strong moral iullueiico on all
tho disorderly aud disaflaotod ele
ments on tho island. If Messrs.
Cleveland aud Gresham desired to
test tho stability of tho Hawaiia
republic by withdrawing our naval
forces, they have accomplished their
purpose, but public opinion in the
United States will not approve any
such unnecessary experiments.
Another effect of this affair will
be to promote tho laying of a cable
from Monterey Bay to Hawaii.
Whether as a commercial point, as a
republic threatened by monarchist
-ilottings, or as a part of the United
Scales, Hawaii should be within in
stant communication with San Fran
cisco; aud that communication
should not be by way of British
Columbia. Tho fact that it has
taken a week to bring tho news of
this insurrection to this port, aud
that it would take at least another
week or ten days for our Govern
ment to take any steps doomed de
sirable iu such an emergency, is an
argument iu point for the cable. If
this Congress does not provide for
it tho noil one will. Han Franviaco
Henry M. Campbell, tho Scotch
dinger who appeared iu Honolulu as
Hnrico Campobello, an Italian bari
tone, is suing for a separation from
his wife. She was Grace Porter,
daughter of David Porter, a Sail
Francisco liquor dealer, who was ac
cidentally killed two years ago.
Campbell got a divorce from an
Italiau wife to marry Grace, whoso
father was thought to bo very
wealthy. After Porter's death, how
ever, it was fouud his estate was
Tho Wrecked Haloakala.
Tho schooner Haleakala, which
wont on a reef off Waianao lat work,
is still iu about the same position as
last reported. Her bottom on the
port side is stove iu, aud her keol
and rudder are koiio. Empty casks
will bo placed iu position aud an
effort will bo made to-morrow to
Uoat her into deep water. There
are about 20 cords of wood in her
hold which will bo discharged when
everything is roady. The reef on
which tho Haleakala lies is almost
dry at low water.
rPli.i Afnili TlrMTiinfin ABsnnindnn
will irivii n mnxmiitriulit linll nn tlm
evening of February l'l. Prizes to
mi) aggregate vaunt oi .juou win no
fM vi.ll tntlitt lirtt. tflntu.urtt tliunwwt
original and comic, aud tho best
dressed characters. It will be given
iu the Wailuku skatinir rink, tho ad
mission 50 cents. Preparations are
being made to make the event bril
liant. G. R. Harrison, practical piano
ind organ maker aud tuner, can fur
tliflli he.it fm'tnrv rifitrtmita Orduri.
loft at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
miaraiueeu io ne uiesame n.t iioiih
Tt's al most as easy for a
horse fed on California
Peed Co.'s Hay and
Grain to draw his load
as it is for this big cl -pliant
to draw his. "Wo
pay the highest price and
get tho best there is to
' be had. Our prices are
as low as tho lowest.
Prompt delivery. Both
Telephones 121. . . .
LOCAL AND GENKKAX NKW8
A cottage is to lot ou Xuanu
See notice of adjourned meeting
of People's Ice A: Refrigerating Co.
Fresh frozen oysters on ico have
been received at tho Beaver saloon.
Instructions to Admiral Beardslee
and Minister Willis appear on fourth
District Magistrate Peny has been
in constant nttondaueoat tho Court- j
V. V. Ashford will bo brought be
fore the Court-martial to-morrow
W. N Armstrong, lately editor of
tho Advertiser, has returned from
A. Roohill is succeeded by Lieu
tenant Kanao as captaiu of the first
watch in the police.
Tho Australia Drought awu stanti i
of arms aud 75,0(X) rounds of amiuu
nitiou for tho Government.
Captain John Good of the regular
forces returned from tho Coast yes
terday iu improved health.
Prof. II. S. Townsond and G. K.
Wilder woro among the audionco at
the Court-martial this forenoon.
William Waterhouse, son of tho
lato Johu Thomas Waterhouse, ar
rived from his homo at Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Hind re
turned to the islands by tho Austra
lia after several mouths' absence
Tho German Benevolent Society
will hold its annual meeting at 2 p.
m. Thursday, at tho ollico of II. Hack
fold & Co.
Thorn was about as low a tempera
ture last night as tho record, it be
ing 55 degrees at John A. Cummins'
Tho Chinese say thoy will celo
brafo their now; year's after martial
law has been raised. Then tho fire
crackers will burn.
Officers Holi aud Lokana have
fully recovered from their wounds
received in tho first coiillict with the
rebels at Bertolmanu's house.
An alarm at 5 p. in Sunday sent
the tiro brigade to a Chinos crib ou
ICtnma street. Tho fire was out be
fore tho bell was done ringing.
Johu G. Both well returned by the
Australia from the Coast, whither
lie had accompanied his wifo going
abroad for a change of climate.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
aud Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Terms: 25 aud 50
cents per night; $1 and 11,25 per
Tho earthquake shock that was
strongly felt in Honolulu Tuesday
night appears to have been equally
severe ou tho islands of Maui aud
Over four thousand tons of sugar
have been brought into Houolulu
from the other islands during this
weok. Most of the sugar came from
Tho Advertiser says George Mark
ham is tho only rebel iu the mem
bership of the Hawaiian Republican
Club. George was iu two rebellious
The S S. Australia will sail for
San Francisco at 1 p. m. Wednes
day. Through tickotB to all points
in tho United States are issued by
W. G. Irwin A: Co., agents.
The U. S. S. Philadelphia, with
Admiral Beardsleo on board, left
San Francisco on the 20th just., or
21 hours before the Australia. She
ought to havo been hero before now.
Wrav Tnvlor iilavod tho "Watch
on tho Rhine" ou the organ at the
close of sorvico iu St. Andrew's
Cathedral yesterday morning iu
honor of Emperor William's birth
day. C. Stoeckle, tho phonograph man,
has roturued from the Coast with
an outfit of Edison's kinotojcopo,
the now iuvoutiou of the wizard
which photographs objects iu mo
Charles Contrado, bandmaster of
tho U. S. S. Philadelphia, was a pas
senger by tho S. S. Australia. Ho
had been granted three days' leave,
aud was at Sacramento when the
Philadelphia was ordered to Houo
lulu. W P. Harrison, con of tho late
Mayor Harrison of Chicago, is again
on a visit to Honolulu. Since hero
last, a short timo aftor his father's
do. till, ho has disposed of his inter
est iu the Chicago 'I iines aud is now
ou n tour round the world.
Wo are iu formed that Mr. Hart
well did not appear as attorney for
tho ex Queen at the execution of her
letter of abdication, but that at the
request of Messrs. Neumann, Parker
anil Wilson ho drafted a document
toexpress her wishes, aud was present
when hio sitned the paper.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
2'Ae Daily Bulletin, GO cents per
month, delivered by carrier.
January 19, iStf.
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
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 iii 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 always at the top 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 works of the Pa
cific Guano Fertilizer Co. The
difficulty the plantation mana
ger has had to contend with in
the use of fertilizer is to 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 parties 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 ox.imiurd the "Pasteur
Filter" nmnufuotured by the Pasteur
Ohonihurlantl Filter Co. I consider
it to he the inotft elliuicnt lilter 1 have
Anyone desiring to examine
one of the filters at their resi
dence may communicate with
us, and Mr. H. L. Thiron will
call upon them and fully ex
plain the working of it.
Ttie Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd
struck my t-tore during
December. It wan a
stroiiir, vigorous full
grown affair, mid had no
respect, for othi r people's
f elings. It would push
its way in through the
front door rummage
among my chuicu goods,
tear down, pick to pieces,
growl at everything ex
cept the quality and price,
buy a paper of Pins r a
Silk Drt ss, go out and
ciune back in a short
time I'eini'oi eed by neigh
boring cyclones. This
nagging during the
month lias mad" me gray
before my time, and
standing in the middle of
the si ore at 12 p. m. on
December Ul, lbDi, I
was glnd to Kiy "Fan."
Feel somewhat better this
week and have arrived tit
the conclusion that I wi.l
hnld my Annual Clear
ance Sale Xow a clear
ance s.do may mean noth
ing or everything In my
li a-e'l meiins everything.
1 h.ve si large assortment
of goodn ou hand that I
must get lid of b foio
the return of next Aus
tralia. 1 must havo shelf
room and to get it I am
prepared to make a sacri
fice. Everything must
be sold. iNow each week
I am going to offer some
thing special, this time it
is millinery. Nowhere
in Honolulu can you buy
Hats and all the attach
ments thereto for the next
we k iib cheap as at
Egan's. Xo other house
in the city can sell these
good sit 5Uc on the SI.
We can't keep it up long,
hut will endeavor to sat-i-fy
everybody as long
as ihe 1 1 sits and Featht-rs
last. And remember that
you get two dollars'
worth for one of King
Kalakaua's silver cart
wheels. '1 hat Tiivluw) Tc.il. r,
.1. .1. KUAN,
fU Fort .street.
audi hro.ve.nf swous
WK1MVK JUST ICK0E1VKI) Kx
14,400 Bottles !
Kxuhittlvu AgtMits lo' tho lUwnllun
583 inor S-1 ret
FOll SALE CHEAP
ASIIHUY IN VKHY
(Ifwil Itupalr. Alro
a tow Urates both New
mid Second. hund. Aimiv U
... I.r" .1 ..i urn
w. w. it muni,
Honolulu Carrluno M'l'y.
is head and shoulders nhovo all other Tooth
We sell more of Aloha Powder than all
oilier Tooth Powders combined.
"With Aloha Powder you aie sure of a den
tifrice that will effectually whiten the teith with
out any lnnnful i ffeets. It is agreeable and
pleaant to use. Try it once and you will never
be without it.
Said a customer : "Your Powder seems to
be better than any I have used. I have never
lud any irritation of the gums since lining it. I
have my children line, it al-o."
That's Ihe whole storv. It came volun
tarily. A bottle of Aloha Powder will convinee
you of the correctness of this custom r's opini'm.
KSr5' A Map of the Hawaiian Islands will
he given with each b ttle as a premium. This is
a handsome Lithograph Map, is about 8 by 10
inches in size, and shows clearl) all the Islands.
KOBRON DRUG CO.
Rational Cane Shredder
l'AI'KNiKI) UN'DKK THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Mr. J iliii A. Scott, MiUMuer of tho Hilo .Sugar Gnnipuny, jjivos tho follow
iiiK wonderful record of ihu working of tln NATIONAL (JANE SHItED
l)Klt, which wan uii'Utcd liy their wurku ul tho couiiiioiicuiiionl of tho crop
" During tho past week the Hilo Sugar Uonipany'H mill oxcoutlcd any of
its forinur rucoiilr. liy chitting the 125 liourn grinding with an output of IIOOJ
tons. This in fully 10 pcicont moro than tho lionl work of former yoarH.
"Tho thrco roller mill hoing 20 iu. liy 51 iu. and tho two roller mill .'10 in.
hy !U iu. 'Ihofii'Hl mill doing this amount of wink in an otlkionl manner
and with great, u.tnu, compared with work ou whole cano, owing to thorough
preparation of the cano by tho National Cane Shredder, leeently erected by
"And hy nn Mm extraction lma lieon increaned from It percent to fi per
cent ou all kiiuU of o.i no, and iu eomo c.icoh 80 percent linn been reached;
tho avenge being 75 to 78 percent, according to quality.
"I continue to liud the niugnm from shredded cine better fuel than from
"Tho hrcdder has been working day aud night for woven montliH and bus
given mo entire mitiieaction, having tdircddcd during that time about tiovetity
thoumind toon of cane, and a huge part of it being hard ratooux.
"The tdiicddoi and engine leipuio very little caro or attention."
4VTlaiiH nud npeciticatioui of these Slueddorti may bo econ at tho ollico of
WM. G IBWIN & CO., L'ri
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KS8 The Automatic JPkakl Sewxig Machine with
tho Latest Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Heavy Work To Put chasers : Instructions in Arisene,
Tinsel, Schnello and Fancy Embroidery "Work will he given.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should be bulled and filtered.
Tho Only Reltaulk Water Filter is the Slack it
BrownluW. They are mido on scientific principles. They
are accessible in all parts and can ho readily domed.
PACIFIC HARD WARE CO., LT
CORNER FORT & MERCHANT STREETS.
i. B. Kerr
is the only
man in Ho