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Honolulu, 11. 1., January 7, 181)3.)
Tho right of WIHT OF HABEAS
COltl'US is horoby suspended aud
MARTIAL LAW is instituted aud
eatablinliud tlirouirhout tb Ialnuil
of Oahu, to coutinuo uutil furtbor
notice, during which titno, bowovor,
tho Courts will coiitiuuo in sosaiou
and conduct ordinary business as
usual, except as aforesaid.
By tho President:
SAXFOKD B. DOLE,
l'rosidont of tho Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. K-NO,
liniator of the Interior.
Qn-EiiAL Hkadquahteiis, ReruiiLic
Adjutant Genkbal's OrncE,
io.voLULU, Island of Oabu, U. 1.,
January 10, 181)3,
SrcciAL Oudkii No. 25.
OlIDEIt FOR A MlLITART COMMISSION.
A Military Commission is hereby
ordered to mod at Honolulu, Island
of Oabu, on Thursday, tho 17th day
of January, A. D. 181)3, at 10 o'clock
a. m., aud thereafter from day to day
for tho trial of such prisoners as
may bo brought before it on tho
charges and specifications to bo pre
sented by the Judge Advocate.
Tbd OUlcers composing tho Com
1. Colonel William Austin Whit
ing, First Regiment, N. G. H.
2. Lieutenant-Colonel J. U. Fisher,
First Regiment, N. G. H.
V. Captain C. W. Ziegler, Compa
ny F, N. G. H.
1. Captain J. M. Camara, Jr., Com
pauy C, N. G. H.
5. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
N. G. H.
(5. Captaiu W.C. Wilder, J r., 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 Stan", Judge
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief.
(Sigued) J NO. H. SOPER,
Commencing January 30, 18i)."f
and continuing until further notice,
all Liquor Saloons will bo allowed to
remain open from (J o'clock a. m. to
J o'clock r. m., subject to such regu
lations as the Marshal may bee fit to
make, for the sale of
DRAUGHT BEER ONLY.
Tho sale of all other liquor is
strictly prohibited aud any violation
of this will subject the saloon to be
closed without further notice.
The presence of any person under
the iutlueuce of liquor upon any
saloon premises will also be sulll
uieut to cause such saloon to be
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
-Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Under MARTIAL LAW every
person found upon the streets or
in any public place between the
9:30 P. M. and 5 A. M.
will be liable to arrest, uuloss pro
vided with a pass from Military
Headquarters of the Marshal's
T be gatheriug of crowds is pro
hibited. Anyone disturbing the peace or
disobeying ordors is liable to sum
mary arrest without warrant.
liy order of the Commander-in-Chief,
J. H. SOPER,
SPECIAL ORDERS, No. 2i.
Tho Military Commission now in
session in this city, convened by
Special Ordors No. 25, dated January
1(3, 1893, from those Headquarters
will hold its sessions without regard
By order of tbe Commaudor-iu-Chiof.
JNO. H. SOPElt,
Adjutant-General's Office, Hono
lulu, January 19, 1895. 1213-tf
All persons are hereby uotifiod
that they are strictly forbidden to
use firo crackers, Chinese bombs or
any liroworks whatever withiu tho
limits of Honolulu.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
NOTICE TO DELINQUENT TAX
Tax l'njors erf the Is'nml of Oahu aw
hereby nolitK'd that. In nuuordnuce with
Section 01, CliaptT HI of tho Session I-tws
erf &fl, nil Taxes remaining unpaid
on tho 31t dny of January, will bo iin
llsheil togi-'lier with n list of a I Delhi
imnnt Tatpnjers as oun after the aloo
date ni practicable
Asseinor of tho First DlvMoti Island of
Oahu. l'fti 7t
Vw gnihi Uk-lin.
I'lnivrd U niithrr .Vol nut iri,
Hut RtlublUfod tor thlicnrflt of All.
THURSDAY, JAN 31, 1W5.
THE OANAIOIIE PLANT.
Much intorost is being manifested
in the United States regarding the
cauaigre plant as tho coming source
of supply for tannic acid. The
Kansas State agricultural depart
ment is collecting all available in
formation with a view to docidiug
on tin practicability of growing the
cauaigre plant on an extensive scale
in portions of Kansas. Experiments
are being made in the southwestern
aud iu tho northern portions of the
state, which give promise of good
results. A recent report on tho mat
ter says tbat tho loose sandy soils of
southwestern Kansas and portions
of Indiau territory are especially
adapted to the oxtousivo growth of
cauaigro if it can be induced to
chaugo its wild habits aud grow as
other cultivated plants, aud tho very
large yield aud high percentage of
tannic acid it contains have induced
tho formation of a com pauy for its
extensive cultivation. The secretary
of the Kansas agricultural depart
ment is satisfied that if cauaigre
jcau be grown at all in that region it
will pay more than double the pro
fit to tho producer that can be pro
duced from tbe growiug of tbo sugar
Iu tho report already referrod to,
tho following information is given:
Tho preparation of soil aud cultiva
tion of tho crop aro very similar to
that of tbe Irish potato aud the
same harvesting machinery, with but
slight alterations, will answer for
cauaigre, while there are none of the
dangers of crop failure wbich are
met iu tho cultivation of the potato
or sugar boot. For local uso noth
ing is required excopt sufficient stor
age facilities, but for shipment aud
export largo factories will bo erect
ed. Tbo best treatment for export
is by reducing the roots to a pulp
and extracting the tauuiu acid by
evaporation under diminished pres
sure, which has been found to be
tho surest preventive to a reversion
of tannic acid to gallic acid. If tbe
experiments prove what is now cou
fidoutly expected there will be re
quired tho expenditure of a large
amount of capital to properly carry
on this now enterprise. There will
be ueoded a plant not very dilToront
from the best sorghum sugar fac
tory, except that the iron pipes and
vacuum pans will have to bo of cop
per, as the tannic acid acts very
strongly on iron.
Perhaps there is danger that the
raising of cauaigre will be overdone
ou account of tbo large profits be
fore the demand for tauuiu is sup
plied. This is no reason, however,
why owners of land iu these islands
should not go iu and win while good
prices rule, aud if over the market
falls below the cost of production,
or somo other product oilers better
returns, the laud can bo otherwise
occupied. With au available supply
of tannic acid of homo production,
there should not bo a hide or a skin
exported hence iu a raw state. Aud
with tho manufacture of leather fac
tories for tho making of various
kinds of leather goods might be es
tablished. It is beginning to look
as if tho deposition of King Sugar
may bo expected as a not very re
moto revolution. A republic of di
versified industries would succeed it.
A TOTAL WItEOK.
Tho Schooner Haleakala Fast on
tho Roof at Waianae.
The schooner Rob Roy was des
patched to tho scene of tho wreck
of tho schooner Haleakala off Maili,
Waianae, yesterday oToning. Word
has beou received that the llalea
kala is a total loss, a big hole having
been stove iu her port side. Tho
vessel is uninsured. She went on
tho reef on Thursday last, and the
men deserted her, jumping ovor
board, tho water where she struck
only being up to their arm pits.
They put all tho blanio on Captoiu
Kaai, who had been previously noti
fied that a storm was brewing. His
only reply had been that "it is uoth
ing, everything is all right." The
schooner bad one anchor down at
tbo time, aud the mainsail was
ordered hoisted, when a puff of
wind drove the vessel ashore. There
is a cargo of wood on board. Tho
captain and crew wore to got one
half of tho proceeds of tho sale of
tho wood. The Haleakala is an old
vessol and in former years ran on
the Hawaii and Maui coast, until
purchased by J. I. Dowsott, when
she was engaged iu plying between
Koua, Molokai and Honolulu.
If your subscription has expired now
J is a good time to renew it.
CENTRAL UNION OHUHOH.
Hoport of Its Operations for tho
Central Union Church hold its an
nual meeting yosturday evening. W.
W Hall, clock, reported n member
ship of 103, being a net gain of ono
notwithstanding a largo number
who bad taken letters of dismission
to churches of other denominations
started lat yoar.
F. J. Lowrev. treasurer, reported:
Kecoiuts. $1080 ill and disbursements
$3801 09, leaving a balance on baud
of 1279 85. The expenditures were
for homo aud foreign mission work,
Sunday schools, poor, otc.
J. B. Athertou, treasurer to tho
Board of Trustee", reported receipts
of $.7.110.2 1, and disbursements of
$5910 03, leaving a cash balauco ou
hand of f30.2l
Mr. Atborton, a treasurer of tho
Building Fund of tho church, re
ported also tho receipt of $2719.55,
aud disbursements of f2171.lt?, leav
ing a cash balauco ou hand of
C. M. Cooko, as superintendent of
tho Suuday school, reported a total
atteudauco during tho year of 22,021,
an average of -123 each Suuday. In
placo of receiving Christmas gifts
this yoar, the children decided to
givo wuoro needotl. 1 heir otlenug
for this purpose up to December 10
amounted to f 103.25 with atlditioual
donations of $150.
Win. J. Forbes as Suudar school
treasurer, reported total receipts of
.$1728.03 and expenses of $1550 19,
leaving a balauco ou hand of $1 it. u.
Mrs. Hydo reported for tho
Woman's Board of Missions; Miss
Belle Jones, for the Missionaries
society; Miss Ella B. Snow, for tho
Sunday school, attended by Chinese,
Japanese, Portuguese nud Hawaiian
children; aud Dr. Emerson for the
Leads to norvousno!s, fret fulness,
peevishness, chronic Dyspepsia and
great misery. Hood's Sarsaparilla
is the remedy. It tones tho stomach,
creates au appetite, aud gives a
relish to food, it makes pure blood
and gives healthy action to all the
organs of tho body. Take Hood's
for Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Pills become tho favorite
cathartic with every one who tries
Julian D. Hayue, who played a
confidence game here last year, is
heard from as marrying a rich widow
in Florida. Ho is said to have repre
sented to her that ho was a coffee
planter iu Hawaii. Her sou is re
ported as making efforts to have the
At Williams' Studio aro to lie seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by the net ot
It's ill most as easy for a
horse fed on California
Feed C'o.'s Hay and
Grain to draw his load
as it is for this big ele
phant to draw his. "Wo
pay tho highest price and
get tho best there is to
be had. Our prices ae
as low as tho lowest.
Prompt delivery. Both
Telephones 121. . .
'pilli U.N'DKIlSIONKn Ol-TKItS A
1 rmwinl of $i'0 to tiny ono giving In
formation tlmt will lu.til to tli loiivletlon
f the penou who i-'oIj u Diamond Itlng
from IiIh premises on Tlmrsduv last.
till- tf .MII.bAUU K. UUANDAI.U
OFFICE FOR RENT.
"O UtTlON OK NIK OP- . ,-,,
JL the mm ouuiiilid by SikI
tOreet rjIT-lf 3B
A COT TAG P. CONTAIN- . ,.- ,
liiB 81 k Jtooiux and S!iJU
it th, sluialed on Nuiiann ierJuL9L
btroet. Kiniiilre next door VriSm3t
at IS') Muinmi Htiect. 'li lw
liOOMS AND JJUARD.
IIOOMS AND JJOAIti)
lj fur u few persons can be
nun ai nanism, ou llie wai
klkl benub. .
W. B. HAUTLKl'T,
JL premise blUMo on the
rastsMoof the old Mnklkl
IllaVLfroillld. filllllHrlv nrnn.
--. ..j ... u. .....ww,,, ..ni. iio UUUU
t)K are modern and commodious and the
spacious grounds nro UM outtn fruit ami
ornamental t'e-B. Hasy terms to n desira
ble tenant. For further particulars please
apply to JiltUOK UAUTWUIUUI'.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVINO HK
celved Letters of Ailuil ilstnitloti i t
the EstatM of Henri O. JlcGrew, hereby
makes demand upon all persons having
iirnprty belonging to snd Estate to de
liver same to him. Notice is also hereby
given to ad creditors of the deceased to
pre.ent thi-lr claims duly aulhoutlcut-d
w.thln blx mouths fiom this date.
J. O. (JAUTKIt,
Administrator, 'JOS .Merchant street.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, la'JJ. 12U-lm
tmtil liv A fliirt.itilwt. I.. rri.n i
January 29, S05.
Is it possible that the ban
quet prepared on the "Phila
delphia" for friends of the offi
cers of the waiship, and which
was not served, may have
something to do with the ves
sel's delay in arriving here;
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 clays there may
be just cause for the anxiety
felt in certain circles. If the
"Kaimilo.i" 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 oe 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 parlies who are using them
write us that they have ex
ceeded their expectations we
don't want any better evidence
of their' 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 purpose 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 an order from a planter who
was visiting here. By the
"Alameda" arriving here Feb-
: ruary 14 we will have another
car foad and orders on file will
then be filled.
If you've had any difficulty
in cutting warm bread or cake
with an ordinary knife you had
better spend a dollar for a set
of Clauss Bread Knives; your
troubles will cease, then, in
this respect. This knife is one
that got such a reputation dur
ing the World's Fair 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
finger 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 foi 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 $50, but the lady who
wants puffed sleeves and ruffles
needs something more than a
lock stitch, a iiillle 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 genuine satisfaction out
of any machine as you can out
of a Wertheim.
Haviland China, such as you
never saw anywhere, is now
offered to you in our store at
lower prices and in prettier
designs than ever
Tie HaialliD Hardwire Co, Hi.
struck my ntoro during
December. It was a
stron jr, vigorous, full
grown affair, and had no
respect, for other people's
ft clings. It would push
it 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
cmc buck in a short
time reinfoiced by neijjh
boring cyclones. This
nagging during tho
month has mad" 1110 gray
before my time, and
standing iu the middle of
the store at 12 i. m. on
December 31, ItiiM, I
was glnd to say "Pan."
Feel somewhat better this
week and have arrived at
the conclusion that I wid
hold my Annual Clear
ance Sale Now a clear
ance sale may mean noth
ing or everything Iu my
k-a'o t means everything.
1 h ivc a largo assortment
of goods on hand that I
must get lid of bifoic
the return of next Aus
tralia. I must have shelf
room and to get it I am
prepared to make a sacri
fice. Everything must
he sold. Now each week
1 am going to offer some
thing special, this time it
is millinery. Nowhere
in Honolulu can you buy
Uats and all the attach
ments thereto for the next
wo k as cheap as at
Egan's. No other house
in the city can sell these
goodo at 5Uo on the 81.
We can't keep it up long,
but will endeavor to sat
isfy everybody as long
as the Hats and Featlurs
last. And remember that
you get two dollars'
worth for one of King
Ivalakaua's silver cart
wheels. That Tiivlo-B ToiK r,
.1. .!. EGAN,
fill Fort Mreet.
dud hrevenr erotw
. - -w w
I ItlUY 15
VK VK JUST KP.OKIVKD Kx
Kicluslvu AkphU for tliu Hawaiian
S a 3 For r. st ret
FOR SALE OHEAP
A8HHUV IN VKKY
Omul i(ttnir. Ali-o
a (hw Drakes both New
uiul fcjeoaml-huiul. Anniy to
.if fit" mi..m 11m
Honolulu Currlune il'Ty,
W. YV. W IVIW111,
A I OU A TOOTH
H L U n A
is head and shoulders nbovo all other Tooth
AVe sell more of Aloha Powder than all
other Tooth Powders combined.
"With Aloha Powder you aic sure of a den
tifrice that will effectually whiten the tci th with
out any harmful effects. It is agncalde and
plea-ant 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 using it. I
have my children tw it al-o."
That's the whole story. It came volnn
tMiily. A bottle of Aloha Powder will convince
you of the correctness of this customer's opinion.
KS6 A JMup of the 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 clearl) all tho Islands.
HOBRON DRUG CO.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UVDEK THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Mr. Julm A. Scott, MuniiKur ot tiio ililo Sugar Ciuiuny, kivch tliu follow
ing womli-rful roc rd of tiio working of tin NATIONAL OANE SHUED
1)KK, which wuh uieclrd by their work ut tliu couiinunuuniunt of tho crop
jual hurventt'd :
" During tho jiiiht wook tho Hilo Sugar Company's mill oxcoodud any of
itH formur rucnnU hy cloning tho 125 bourn grinding witli an output of 300$
toim. This in fully 10 porruut nioro than tho bom work of former yuara.
"Tho three r..lhr null luting iJt! iu. by 5-1 in. uiul tho two roller mill .'10 in.
by (JO in. I Iki first mill doing thin amount of work in an ollluiuul manner
and with grout uuhj, coin pared with work on wholo oano, owing to thorough
preparation of the cline hy tho National Uauo Shredder, recently erected by
"And by its uw tho extraction lias been increased from 11 percent to 5 per
cent on all kii)d of cine, and in miiim ciim.'m 80 percent ban been readied ;
the average being 75 to 78 percent, according to quality.
"I continue to Unci tho megabit from shredded canu hotter fuel than from
"Tho idircddor hart been working day aud night for eoven months and has
giscn mo entire natitifactiou, having shredded during that time about seventy
thousand ton of cane, and a large part of it being hard ra loons.
"The Hhroddoi aud engine require vory little care or attention."
jyl'luns aud specilicatioiia of these Slueddern may be seen at the oilicu of
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Tinsel, Schiiollo and Fancy blmbroidery "Work will lie given.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should bu boiled and filtered.
The Only Keliaule "Wateu Filteh is the Slack k
Brownlow. They are nvido on scientific principles. They
are accessible in all parts and can ho readily cloined.
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