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Comtnoncing January 30, 1895,
aud continuing until further notice,
all Liquor Saloons will bo allowed to
remain open from G o'clock a. i. to
0 o'clock r. m., subject to such regu
lations as the Marshal may sue fit to
make, for the- salo of
DRAUGHT BEER ONLY.
Tho salo of all other liquor is
strictly prohibited and any violation
of this will Bubjoct the saloon to bo
closed without furthor notice.
The presence, of any person under
tho inUuouco of liquor upon any
saloon promises will also bo aufli
oieut to cauo such saloon to bo
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Itupublic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, U. 1., January 7, lS'Jj.)
Tho right of WRIT OF HABEAS
CORPUS is hereby suspended aud
MARTIAL LAW is instituted aud
established throughout tho Island
of Oahu, to continue until further
notice, during which time, however,
the Courts will continue in session
aud conduct ordinary business as
usual, except as aforesaid.
By tho President:
SANFOKD B. DOLE,
President of the Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KING,
Minister ol the Interior.
Gkneiial HGlD(jUARTERS, Ru'UBMO
Adjutant General's Office,
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, U. 1.,
January 1(3, IS'J."),
Sr-EciAL Oiidkii No. 25.
Oiidcii ron a Military Commission.
A Military Commission is hereby
ordered to meet at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, on Thursday, tho 17th day
of January, A. D. 181)3, at 10 o'clock
a. m., aud thereafter from day to day
for the trial of such prisoners as
may bo brought before it on the
charges and specifications to bo pre
sented by the Judge Advocate.
The Otlicers composing the Com
1. Colonel William Austin Whit
iug, First Regiment, X. G. U.
2. Liouttiiiaut-ColonolJ.il. Fisher,
First Regiment, N. G. H.
23. Captain C. W. Ziegler, Compa
ny F, N. G. H.
1. Captain J. M. Camara, Jr., Com
pauy C, N. G. H.
6. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
N. G. U.
0. Captain W. C. Wilder, Jr., Com
pany D, N. G. H.
7. First Lioutouant J. W. Jones,
Compauy D, N. G. H.
Captain William A. Kinney, Aid-de-Camp
on General Stall", Judge
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief.
(Signed) JNO. H. SOPER,
Under MARTIAL LAW every
person found upon the streets or
in any public pluco between the
9:30 P. M. aud G A. M.
will bo liable to arrest, unless pro
vided with a pass from Military
Headquarters of the Marshal's
Tho gathering of crowds is pro
hibited. Anyone disturbing the peace or.
disobeying orders is liable to sum-
inary arrest without warraut.
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief,
J. H. SOPER,
SPECIAL OIlDERSNo. 20.
The Miliary "Commission now iu
Won in this city, convoued uy
Special OrdorsNo. 25, dated January
Vi, 1895, from these Headquartors
will hold its sessions without regard
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief,
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutant-General's Ollice, Hono
lulu, January 19, 1895. 1213-tf
""""All porBons aro 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.
Pledged to neither 8k l nut jrly,
Rut Elabli$hed forJ.it Benefit of Alt.
WEDNBSDAY$fAN. 30, I8f5.
Upou tho dlparturo of to-day's
mail stoamor-fior tho Coast, quiet
reigns throughout tho Hawaiian
Islands. " insurrection was
quelled wtfuuut loss to tho Govern
ment sido other than tho uufortun-
ato aud universally lamouted doath
of 0. L. Cartor from a wound ro
coirod in tho first fight. Throe to
lio rebels wero killod altogether.
Martial law is still maintained n
a uocossity whilo tho prisoners of
state aro being tried before a Mili
tary Commission, at the head of
which is Col. W. A. Whiting, com
missioned under that title for the
purpose, aud temporarily resigning
his ollice of Judgo of tho First Cir
cuit Court. Tho proceedings aro
governed by tho rules of law aud
aro diguifiod in conduct. The
United States Minister and tho Brit
ish Commissioner aro in almost con
stant attendance, as citizens aud
subjects of their nations, respective
ly, aro among tho accused.
Thus far the following have been
tried, but tho sonteucos, which are
to bo roviowod by tho Executive, are
not yet announced:
1. Robert W. Wilcox, the agita
tor aud revolutionist, H. F. Bertel
maun, at whose seaside house tho
outbreak started; Sam Nowloiu,
commander of the ox-Queen's forces
while she ruled; W. 0. Lane, J. Lane,
W. U. C. Groig, Carl Widomaun
and Louis Marshall, for treason. All
but Greig, a British-Polyuesiau,
aud Marshall, a native of Massachu
setts and a mere lad, are half-caste
Hawaiiaus. Jas. Lauo was at first
supposed to have boon tho one who
fatally shot Carter, but the evidence
seemed to indicate a half-white
named Poolo as the person.
2. Chas. T. Guliek, American, a
former Minister of tho Interior; W.
T. Seward, au Americau veteran, W.
II. Rickard, English, aud Thos. B.
Walkor, English, for treason. Rick
ard is supposed to have put up
money for arms, aud Seward to
have negotiated their purchase in
tho States aud delivery here.
Walkor was tried for conspiracy and
acquitted iu connection with au at
tempted revolutiou in 1802. Iu the
"trial of this lot it transpired that
commissions had been signed by the
ex Queen for her Cabinet upon res
toration as follows: R. W. Wilcox,
Foreign Affairs; S. Nowlein, In
terior; C. T. Guliek, Finance, and
C. W. Ashford, Canadian, Attorney
!1. Twelvo natives including J. W.
Bipikaue, member of the Legisla
turo of 18(.)2, au agitator aud native
homo rule man, for treason.
1. Thirteen native prisoners of
war for treason.
5. Johu Bowler, Irish-American,
for misprision of treason.
V. V. Ashford, Canadian, military
leader of the Reform revolution of
1887, aud implicated iu tho attempt
ed revolution of 1802, is being put
on trial for conspiracy as this paper
goes to press.
Since the trials began Jas. Lane
has gone iusnue, from natural tend
encies that way stimulated by ima
gining he killed Carter.
There are moro than !320 prisoners
On Jan. 2. the ex-Queen sent a
lettor of abdication while under ar
rest to President Dole. Sho asked
for clemency toward the "misguided
Hawaiiaus aud others" aud magnan
imity toward herself, besides sub
mitting her oath of allegiance to the
Republic of Hawaii. Much feeling
was caused agaiust her by the find
ing of 21 giant powder bombs aud
a largo outfit of arms and ammuni
tion at her town residence.
Tho arrival of Admiral Beardslee
in the U. S. S. Philadelphia is else
An Old Soldior's Recommendation.
In the late war I was a soldier iu
the First Maryland Volunteers,
Company G. During my term of
sorvico I contracted chronio diar
rlnua. Since then I have used a
great amount of medicine, but when
l.fouiHlwry Ji.ttwoulcl give mo ro
liot it would injure my stomach,
until Chamborlaiu'Ii Colic, Cholera
aud Diarrhoua llemeu was brought
to my notice. I used' it aud will say
it is the only remedy that gave mo
permanent relief aud no bad results
follow. 1 take pleasure iu recom
mending this preparation to all of
my old comrades, who, while giving
their services to their country, con
tracted this dreadful disease as 1
did, from eating unwholesome and
uncooked loou. Yours truly, A. iu.
Bendino, Halsoy, Oregon. For salo
by all dealers, Benson, Smith k. Co.,
AgeutB for tho Hawaiian Islands.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
aud organ maker and tuuer, can fur
nish best factory reforeuces. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be the same as doue
Mochauics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Terms; 25 aud 50
conts per night; $1 aud $1.25 per
THE PHILADELPHIA. HETUUNB.
Mrtkos a Lour Passago from
Yesterday's Bulletin announced
tho U. S. S Philadelphia off Koko
Head at 3:35 p. m. The cruiser fired
a national saluto to tho Hawaiian
ilag whilo entering the harbor at B
o'clock. Tho Philadelphia left Sau
Francisco at 12 noou of Sunday,
January 20, so that she was nine
days and a half on tho parage, or
nearly three days slower thau tho
S. s. Australia s latest
r slentnint? '
this nort. As tho Philad
made a splendid rocord for steamiiiK
qualities previously, tho delay in hor
arrival earned much surprise and
some slight anxiety. The onuses of
her detention wore a very foul bot
tom aud extremely rough weather,
as stated elsewhere from the mouth
of an otlicer.
Tho Admiral commanding tho
Pacific squadron is on board tho
Philadelphia with his staff. Several
of tho ollicors are well known and
liiirhlr esteemed iu Honolulu. Tho
ilngship is to romnin horoj according
to present ornors, lor six iiuhuiib
Followiuir is a list of hor oilicers:
Roar-Admiral L.( A. Beardslee, U.
S. N., Cominander-in-Chiof.
Lieutenant 0. F. Fox, Flag Liou
tennut. Lieutenant M. C. Gorgas, Flag
Captain C. S. Cotton, Command
Lieuteuant-Commnuiler R. R. In
gersoll. Lieutenant W. M. Wood.
Lieutenant F. E. Sawyor.
Lieutenant P. J. Worlich.
Lieutenant J. A. Hoogewerff.
Ensign II. A. Field.
Ensign W. R. Shoemaker.
Ensign C. L. Hmsoy.
Naval Cadet J. A. Perry.
Naval Cadet D. M. Berry.
Naval Cadet P. N. Olmsted.
Naval Cadet F. B. Uphain.
Naval Cadet A. A. Mi-Kotban.
Medical Inspector (Fleet) G. F.
P. A. Surgeon R. P. Crandall.
Assistant Surgeon M. S. Guest.
Paymaster (Fleet) G. E. Hondoo.
Chief Engineer (Fleet) David
1'. A. Engineer W. N. Littlo.
Assistant Engineer F. II. Couatit.
Assistant Eugiueer L. M. Niilton.
Naval Cadet (Eng. Div.) F. D. W.
Captain of Marines (Fleot) II. 0.
Chaplain W. E. Edmonson.
Gunner 11. A. Eilers.
Carpenter F. S. Shoppard.
Pay Clerk T. W. Artnoi.
Pay Clerk (Fleet) John Irwin, Jr.
Boatswaiu T. Slieeau.
Some time ago Mr. Simon Gold
hautu of Sau Luis Hoy, Cal., ws
troubled with a lame back and rheu
matism. He used Chamberlain's
Pain Balm aud a prompt cure was
oUcctod. Ho says ho has since ad
vised man of his friends to try it
and all who have done so have snokon
highly of it. It is for sale by all
dealers. Hensou, Smith Sc Co., Agents
for Hawaiian Islands.
It's almost as easy for a
horse fed on CaWornia
Feed Co.'s Hay and
Grain to draw his load
as it is for this big oh -pliant
to draw his. "Wo
pay tho highest price and
get tho befrt there is to
be had. Our prices aro
as low as the lowest.
Prompt delivery. Both
Telephones 121. . .
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beayer Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
Int; Six Kooins and
lUth, bltmileil on Niiitami
street. Kuqillre ntixt dour
at lh'J Muimim street.
11! IS Iw
rpHK ANNUM, MKE'IINQ OK TUB
JL Okhman Hknbvoiknt Society will bo
hold on T1IUHBUAY, Jan. 81, 1HO, ot 2
o'clock j'. m., at tliu Otllro oNl. fluckfolil
it Co. J K0KAKD1.
rpllK AIJJ0UKNK1) ANNUA!; MKMV
1 I DP Of tll 1'KOPI.k'h luB it KKFMUlf
HtTiMi Company will be hold utthe Kocirtis
ol tho Cliiuulior ol Commerco TIHltS.
DAY. Juii. SUt. at 10 o'clock a. m. A full
ntU'iiUimco U iloslrej uh business fit Im-
purtmico Is to coinu before the nollng
j. ii. rjRUi.ft,
u3 PiHi a tw J 5
January 2y, iSq.
Is it possible that the ban
quet prepared on the "Phila
delphia" for friends of the offi
cers of the warship, and which
was not served, mav have
something to do with the ves-
cl'c rtalnv in nrrivinnr lipr'
there's danger in over-feeding
just as there is in not giving
men enough. As the "Phila
delphia" left a day before the
"Australia," and as it was an
nounced that she would reach
here in seven days there may
be just cause for the anxiety
felt in certain circles. If the
"Kaimiloa" was in order it
would be well to send her out
on a search expedition. There's
no evil but what has some
good in it; in this case it is an
object lesson in the argument
in favor of a cable. If we had
one the United States would
at all times be posted regard
ing affairs here.
We are as much pleased with
the success of the Avery plan
tation implements as a small
boy with his first pair of boots.
The parties who are using them
write us that they have ex
ceeded their expectations we
don't want any better evidence
of theii good qualities than
these letters coupled with the
fact that we sold nearly all of
the first lot almost as soon as
we opened the cases. We have
left some of the Cane Cultiva
tors, and a better implement
for the ptupose was never in
troduced on these Islands. The
Stubble Diggeis jumped so into
favor that we have shipped
one of them to New Zealand
on aii order from a planter who
was visiting here. By the
"Alameda" arriving here Feb
ruary 14 we will have another
car load and orders on file will
then be tilled.
If you've had any difficulty
m culling warm ureau or caKe
with an ordinary knife you had
better spend a dollar for a set
of Gauss Bread Knives; your
troubles will cease, then, in
this respect. This knife is one
that got such a reputation dur
ing the World's Pair and it is
one of the few cheap things
that have proven to be really
good. They are made of the
best quality Aluminum steel,
the refuse from the great saw
works in the United States.
There is nothing cheap about
them but the price.
What you do not find good
in the wertheim Sewing Ma
chine can be written on a baby's
linger nail. We have nothing
but good to say of them and
can recommend them to any
one who wants a machine that
will sew three stitches without
the change of a needle. You
can get a machine that will
sew the chain stitch and you
pay 70 for it, for just that
purpose you get a good ma
chine for the money. No lady,
however, can get along with a
sewing machine that does only
one style sewing; the day for
that has passed, the average
boy and girl of to-day re
quire harder sewing than can
be procured with a chain stitch.
You can get a sewing machine
that will sew a splendid lock
stitch for$)0, but the lady who
wants puffed sleeves and rufiles
needs something more than a
lock stitch, a ruffle must be
sewed with an easier stitch
and the chain is the best. The
Wertheim sews three distinct
stitches the chain, the lock
and the combined chain and
lock and you can get one of
the machines from us for $45,
or one a little,- better finished
for $?0. You cannot get as
much Pennine satisfaction out
of any -machine as.you can out
Haviland China, such as you
lever saw anvwhere, is now
offered to you in our store at
lower prices and in prettier
designs than ever.
Tbe Hawaiian Hardware Ci Lti
struck my htoro during
December. It was a
strong, vigorous, full
grown affair, and had no
respect for other people's
f clings. It would push
its way in through tho
front door rummage
among my choice goods,
tear down, pick to pieces,
growl at everything ex
cept the quality and price,
buy a paper of Pins or a
Silk Dnss, go out and
conie back in a short
time reinforced by neigh
boring cyclones. This
nagging during tho
month has niadi- me gray
before my time, and
standing in the middle of
tho store at 12 i m. on
December 31, lbl, I
was glad to nay "Pan."
Fool somewhat bettor this
week and have arrived at
the eoiichiHon that I will
hold my Annual Clear
ance Sale "Now a clear
ance salo may mean noth
ing or everything In my
leao 't moans everything.
I li'ivo a large assortment
of goods on hand that I
must rot nd of bifoio
tho return of next Aus
tralia. I must have shelf
room aud to get it I am
prepared to make a sacri
lice. Everything must
bo sold. Now each week
1 am going to offer some
thing special, this time it
is millinery. Nowhere
in Honolulu can you buy
Ilats and all tho attach
ments thereto for tho next
woi k as cheap as at
hlgan's. No other house
in the city can sell these
goods at oOo on the SI.
Wo can't keep it up long,
hut will endeavor to sat
isfy everybody as long
as the Hats and Feathers
last. And remember that
you get two dollars'
worth for one of King
Kalakaua's silver cart
wheels. That Tuvlces Toiler,
J. J. EUAN,
fill Fort htreot.
I smik ms of di
and hrevent erous
WKHAVE JUST IIUCKIVKD Bx
14,400 Bottles !
4- "I" -f
Kxehislve Ageittn for tho JUwnllim
583 For t, St reet
FOR BALE OHEAP
A8UHUY IN VERY .Mil.
Good iiejialr. Also yPfti-'Mj-a
few Drakes boti New vvvtYxy-s.
and Seooud-liaud. Apply to
U97-U Honolulu OArrlAga M'i'y.
A I (IU A TOOTH
is head and shoulders above all other Tooth
We sell more of Aloha Powder than all
other Tooth Powders combined.
"With Aloha Powder you arc sure of a den
tifrice that will effectually whiten tho toi th with
out any harmful effects. It is agreeable and
pleasant to use. QYy it once and you will never
be without it.
Said a customer : "Your Powder seems to
he bettor than any I have used. I have never
had any irritation of the gums since using it. I
have my children use it ul-o."
That's tho whole storv. It came volun
tarily. A bottle of Aloha Powder will convince
you of the correctness of this customer's opininn.
K3r A Map of tho Hawaiian Islands will
he given with each bottle as a premium. This is
a handsome Lithograph Map, is about 8 by 10
inches in size, and shows clearly all the Islands.
EQBRON DRUG CO.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Mr. John A. Scull, Miui.igci of tliu Hilo Sugar Company, gives tho follow
ing wonderful record of the working of tliu NATIONAL OANE SHUED
DElt, which wan eicclcd by their workH ut tho commencement of the crop
"During Iho niHi week tho Hilo Sugar Company's mill exceeded any of
its former rcuonU ly closing iho 125 huurH grinding with an output of UOOJ
toiiH. Thin in fully 10 perci nl more thau the heol work of former years.
"Tho three roller mill heing 20 in. by 51 in. mid the two roller mill HO in.
by GO iu. 'lhofirpt null doing this amount of work in an oilicient manner
mid with great oat-o, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of the cane by the National Cano Shredder, iccently erected by
"And by its iibo Iho extraction has been Increased from 3 percent to 5 por-
cent on all kiudt. of cane, and iu boino canes 80 percent has been reached;
the average being 75 to 78 percent, according to quality.
"I continue to Hud the mugags from shredded caho batter fuol than from
"Tho thredder h.is been winking day and night for seven months and has
given mo entire Nitisiacliou, having shredded during that time about seventy
thoiibiiiid toiiM of eaue, and a large part of it being hard ratoons.
"The hhredder and engine reunite very little care or attention."
I'luiis anil Hpocilicntioub of thcbo
MA.. "" . "UjAraftOT4Kfi r i j d
ii mm m i' f.iMww:
SafK?I rVf ' lfillSl - TJJYuSI
KS The Automatic Peakl Sewniq Machine with
tho Latest Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Heavy Work To Purchasers: Instructions inTAriseno,
Tinsel, Schnollo aud Fancy Kinbroidery "Work will ho given.
Beware of Bacteriated WMerl
Drinking water should bo boiled and filtorcp,
Tho Only Keliaulb "Watkk Filter U the Slack k
BrownloW. They are made on scientific principles. They
are accessible in all parts and can bo readily o.loined.
PACIFIC H AUD WARE j CO., L'D
CORNER FORT & MERGE ANT STREETS,
bin editors may be scon at tho omee ol
IRWIN & CO., L'd
rlnt Anrnt ft th flitin4ttn hlnwt
L B. Kerr
is tho only
man in IIo