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Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "RolVmson Block."
Beg to announce to their numerous patrons the
arrival of New Goods, 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 lloovi Furniture, Ex
tension Tables a specialty. Also a fresh lot of
Vorlicr Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
J- Bell 525 TELEPHONES Mutual H46
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 869.
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock 1
BOl.ID OAK. UKDKOOM BKT8,
80KAS, LOUNQK8, VAR1)H011K8,
MIKKOUS, MOUL.UINQH, KTO.,
Special Featire No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
.. I'er Uoll of U) Yards, $12.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent t Chairs for Rent 1
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mntnal 76.
HuccesBora to 0. K. Williams.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
"JUST ARRIVED ! !
Wicker Work !
A lurgo nssortmont
hns just boon
Bryant," and moro
to airivo por "Tran
Hopp &, Co.,
No. Tk King Street.
IMI'OHTEUS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEKB IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars
HOLLISTBB to OO.
Cor, Fort and Morohaut Streets.
Evorj variety, stylo
and price in tho
Furnituro lino. Tho
host anil most va
ried in Honolulu.
Call and inspect our
from all the CnK brated
Kactoriea In the United
Do Yon Smoke?
If you Jo, vo'i want the beet your
money will buy I have Jnst re
relvnt a choice Invoice of the flue&l
which iII from 5 cents up lo?5
emits. While many peopl prefer
Manila Cigars, I nve for their
benctlt a very choice Miction of
all the best known brands of
For those who don't sinokn cigars,
b it "hit the pipe," 1 have a line
MtersctMm and Briar Wood Pipes,
Alro Corn (Jobs, Etc., lite.
TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco and
the fa vorito brands of Cigarettes nre
8l"i) kept on hand In tact any
thine in the Hi e of smoker's ro
qu sites can ho found at the
It. J. Nome, Prop.
THIS SPACE 18
m:. s. tjetvit,
Fort Stbekt, II. I.
1ST El W
32! NUUANU sntKKT,
Iletwien Hotel and Hint; Street, next to
Hus ojieued a Klrst-clais Orocory Hlore
as nlinve. Hu will krep always un hand
the Heat and Freshest
American and English Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do Ills best to jilense till
Purchases delivered to all
of the City.
2N4Cu.tia.al Teloplvasio 257.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER & CO., L'i).
At WalLlkl on car line and on Pnlama
Head near Fertilizing l'lunt. Theso Lots
ure Very Cheap and Bold on easy turniH.
Deainililu Auro Tructa nour the city mid
other Properties for Halo.
IIUUOK WAKING & CO.,
njulLifu 11 Infa ultil I li.ilu
b03 Kort Street, near Kinp.
X Coiumund-r ttlil le'Vi) Honolulu an
follows: Tuesday Jan "M Frlduv lMi
1st. Tuesday, Feh.liith.'a'tYr m. f..r iM'.
halna, Mahiikona, I.aupahoehoe, H .
itiii, ituiotnui jiwijuttitt, i iiiinniiiiiuna
and II lo Returning leavs Hlloatb p. m,
Monday, Jan. iiHth, Tliurday, Fob. 7th,
Monday, Feb. 18th, calling at Laupahoe
lion same nay. Leaves Mahukonaat7 a.m.
Tuesday, Jan. '.Nth, Friday, Feb. 8th, Tues
day, Ffb li'th, culling at l.ahalna same
day, arriving at Honolulu same nleht.
WIl.llEU'B BTKAMBHIl' CO., L'd.
A ONE UNDIVIDED TWENTIETH
share In the Ahupuaa of Hoiiokua
bltiuit'i'ln South Kona, Hawaii, contalulu);
an area of (1378 Acres, aud lioluu Apuna U
of It. 1'. (JH57, b. O. A. 771J. There aro S.'j
D-10 Acres to every share. This laud ad
joins Kalahlkl on the Bomh aud L a vulu
able lironeriy, A good deal of It is suit
able for Cotlce, ami the balance for pustur
aue. It lies utar Hookenu landiui;. I'rico
IWX). Title porfect; warranty deed, ao
kuowledecd and stamped, given to pur.
chaser. For further particulars apply to
J. M, MON8AKKAT.
Honolulu, January 4, lbltf. Hi23-tl
... Llnbiiiii1 .. i. i .. n . . a
(Continued from 1st 1'npf.)
ttitlon.il law goes further, aud au
thorizes military trialu, not only for
suppressing nn armed disturbance,
but for this puuishment of tlioso in
it, whether as principals or nceesso
Tho motion was ovor rulod.
1'risonor declined to plead.
, Sam Nowloin, sworn, states: Horn
iu tho Hawaiian Islands; boon hum
months Novembor, December and
January; kuow V, V. Ashford; wit
, ness took part in tho uprising of
Jan. 0 and 7; witness planned tho
projocl of overthrowing tho Kopub
lic of Hawaii; had meetings at Gu
lick's house; Ilickard, Seward, Gulick
aud witness wore present; tho plan
was to reestablish tho monarchy; in
pursuance of tho planning arms
wore seut for and landed at l)ia
mond Head aud Waiinanalo; Warren
and Townsond assisted iu landing
them; witness sent them; nearly
three hundred guns wore landed;
witness arranged the recruiting of
tho men; Warren aud Tonnsenu en
listed under request of witness; be
tween five and seven hundred enlist
eil for tho imprisoning; only ono
hundred caino out to take active
part; had a talk with C. W. and V.
v. Ashford about tho uprising bo
foro it took placo; had firHt talk with
, C. W. Ashford; had two talks with
him before witness saw V. V. Ash
i ford; mot O. W. Ashford at Long
Branch, had socond interview at his
I house, and later mot him at his
' olliee; tho last mooting was on Deo.
! 28; wont to C. W.'s oflko in tho
forenoon; wout thorp again oatur-
following; had first
tafk with V. V. Ashford about up
rioiuK uu ouuuiij, uuo. i, uiuu mui
by arrangomout with C. W. Aaliforil;
!! G...in n... m. Htit l.t...
M, ,,. ...,. ,.,.. In tnnr. V. V
Ashford at 11 o clock in tho morn-
lllg on lllO tTUIlllKl i wail, linn mill
no talk with him prior to this meet
ing about this matter; witness had
heard that C W. Ashford was going
I to Hilo on Dec. 28; that is reason
why witness wont there and had in
j terviow with him; witness told him
I that tho uprising was coming to a
l head and ho ought to stay; Ashford
1 said ho was sorry ho could not stay;
I tho steamer Waiinanalo wout to soa
I on Doc. 23 to got tho arms from tho
foreign schooner: C. W. Ashford at
tho ltitorviow told witness that lie
would see his brother V. V. Ashford l
arrance with nun; u. w.
witness that V. V. had told
that tho steamer Waima
liad gouo after tho arms;
that ho (V. V.) had been
told bv Captain Davies of tho steam
er Waiinanalo; witness called on O.
W. Saturday morning aud was ask-1
od by that person where they could
conveniently meet with V. V. Ash- ,
ford; witness told him tho Waikiki
road would bo a good placo; it was
so docided aud V. V. Ashford and
witness mot at 11 o'clock Sunday
moruiug; V. V. Ashford said it was
uot a ery good place to meet aud it
was appointed to meet iu the after
noon at V. V.'s house ou Punchbowl
street near King street; wout there
aud had interview with him aud laid
out before him all tho plans about
tho Kakaako aud Fishmarkot moves
aud told him that tho delay was
only until the Waiinanalo reported;
witness asked V. V. to holp him out
with the plan for tho attack from
ifei'tr".". S" ffitt,'
view; wan meru ou JJoc. Ji, aim paw
him iu a back room; witness asked
him if he had done anything with
tho plan; ho said no, as no was very
liusyj next went to V. V.'s oUice on
Wednesday morning following; ask-
ed him again about tho plans, and
he said ho hadn't doue anything;
witness told him that they would
have to act, aa the Waimaiinlo had
uuun siuiuii, lit iiiiintiu lutuuno iu
muid the flteamer ofT, as things were
uot ready; witness sent Rickard oiT
to intercept tho steamer and send !
! her ou again; the following morning '
(Thursday) mot V. V. again, aud he '
said that he was sorry ho wouldn't
bo able to holp, as he had rheuma
tism iu tho kuco; witness said that
I tho thing had to come off that night,
I as the steamer cruising oiT port was
ruuuiug short of coal; the fcrins wore
to be landed at Kaliaako; thestuam
I er was to count alongside tho break
I water oiT the lmmigratiou depot;
heard that police had got on to tho
t affair at 1) o'clock that (Thursday)
night ; the uatives had been ordered
( to assemble there before 12 o'clock
I iniduinht; learned that tho Waima
ualo was oH port with tho arms on I
, board on Wednesday night from
I Henry Uortelmaun; the men were to
1 be divided, 150 men to bo at tho
j Fishmarkot aud lf0 at Kakaako;
wituess figured on 800 arms ami
they were to bo divided accordingly;
told V. V. that tlnplaus for tho
Waikiki sido of tliu Executive build
ing had all been laid out aud that
Uertelmaun would take charge of
150 men; Walker was to tako tho
station house, aud V. V. aud witness
could lead tho Fishmarket squad
Cross-exnuiiuation Had fivo in
terviews with V. V. Ashford about
this affair; first was ou Waikiki road
ou Sunday, Deo. !U), at 11 a. in., sec
ond that oveuiug; betweeu fivo and
seven hundred meu wore enlisted
aud only ono hundred aud twenty-
live turned out in tho field; tho arms
lauded aud Ubod WerO Winchester
I repeating rifles; comniuuicated to
1 Hiokard and Chas. Clark about V. V.
Asniorus conuootiou with tlio ailair;
told them the whole purport of his
' convocation with V. V. Ashford.
Ashford's conuootiou with tho affair;
j Li Tong, sworn, states: Boon horo
IB or 17 years; am a haokman; stand
uear Caitlo fc Cooke's comer, near
i V. V. Ashford's office; romembor
driving V. V. Ashford on Deo. .10,
Sunday morning, at 10:115 o'clock;
Ashford told witness to drive him to
Waikiki; met Sam Nowloin on the
road and Ashford got out aud had a
' fow minutes' talk with him; drove
' him home afterwards.
Cross examination Was placed
under arrest, aud looked up tho
, book and noted tho timo ami dato
whon V. V. Ashford rung up by tolo
phone for a hack.
Mauuol Andrade, sworn, slates:
Tend lolophoDo, corner Bethel and
King streets, for tho City Carriage
Co.; keep record and make entries of
all hacks called by telophouo; know
V. V. Ashford; remember him tolo-
phoning for a hack, ou Sunday,.I,)eo.
80; order was, marked in tho book;
book was dolivered up-lu tiro Deputy
Sin Fook, sworn, states! Am clerk
for V. V. Ashford in his lawollipe,
corner of King and Uotlyd streets; i
kuow bam rsowlom; romombor ow
leiu visiting Ashford's oilico threo
times reeoutly, prior to th'o revolu
tion; Ash font mot Nowloin it; an in
sido office; Nowloin only remained a
fow minutes in tho office at each
Cross-oxamiuation Was arrested
ou Friday last and kept about threo
hours, then released; have made a
statement to tho authorities and
signed it; witness didn't think tho
oath taken by him was binding ou
li'in; was not threatened at all bo
foro making statouiont.
Captain W. Davies, sworn, slates:
Was in command of tho steamer
Waiinanalo whon sho wout to sea for
tho landing of tho arms; made the
barga'n with Mr. Richard on Dec.
27, in Mr. Walker's office; met V. V.
Ashford ou Bethel street on a Fri
day morning, aud had talk with him;
witness asked him if he had hoard of
any future trouble, and he said that
ho had heard something about it, but
was not sure: witness replied that he
kuow sometuiug and was going to
soa to land arms; Ashford advised
him not to have anything to do with ert, tho Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
it, but to find out moro about it bo- ' tho Atlantic coast, havo fully ami
foro ho wont to sea; tho arms wore , practically shown that Lucol alway
to bo landed at Kakaako aud tho outwears Linseed Oil under tho same
Fishmarkot. ' conditions. All tho Hcid works in
Cross - examination Ashford ad-' Kan Francisco havo discarded Lin
visod witness to find out moro about need Oil for Lucol. .
it boforo he (witness) went to sea;'
that was all Ashford said to witness: , ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELV.
Sam Stone, sworn, statos: Know Put strong ammonia on Linseeds ml
V. V. Ashford; live at Kukuluaeo, i,roi .,jni. The Linseed iu lnt
auout lour or nvo uunurei
from tlio old kerosene wareh
about four or fivo hundred yards
irnm Mm nlil krtmciinit urnrMiintimt! V. '
Vr .ttZl ... .. ' .7 .". " "7" f ' :. I
no89i house; romembor hearing trou-1
ble on Jan. .'), Thursday evening;
Ashford visited house that night
aud talked with witness ah ut a
mortmain) botwoou witness and an-
mortgage betweou witness and au-
othor ou Hawaii; Ashford asked wit
ness if ho heard anything about
politics, aud tho royalists; witness
said that ho had heard a good doal
but didn't care about il; Ashford
loft shortly afterwards.
Mr. Neumann objected to the tak-
ititr nt nrifltttlf.il nf f !ntif ntn I .nrsnti fill
tuo frrmiud thnt his uaino is not ou
tho list of witnesses
for tho proso-
cuti0u furnished him
Tho objection was overruled.
Wm. Larson, Bworn, states: Am in
employ of tho police department;
romombor going to Kakaako on Jan.
!) on information furnished by one
of my mou that there was to be an
assembling of natives there.
Mr. Noumanu asked for an ad- i
journinotit until to-morrow owing to i
the physical woakuess of tho pris- i
Granted. Adjournment till 9:80
o'clock to morrow.
Iiiilili'ii Rule- Bazaar.
W p. Reynolds, Prop.
' sudsohutioss fob
mut mi) Mnun
I'ltOSUTIA ATrKNDlU) TO.
HIn Stntinnery and
Cheap Siatlonn f.
Ontivian, Spectacles & EyeglaSBGS
I'arefnllv anitcd to all Bights.
DoMKbTIO SEWING MaOIIINKS
Boln Aid nt.
Gaines, Toys, Dolls,
Always Kept on Hand.
Diaries - 1 8 9 5 Diaries
A Nice Stock Alwnvt Kep nn Hand
to Select f om HOOKS order d ny
QU1TAKB FllOSI $1.00 UI'.
Flu'cs, Cornotii, I'lccolos, Ukuleles
nti'loiliHr IiihtriirnentR. Also Violin,
lliinj'i and (lultar Htringa and Fit
SEWINO MA0HINE NEKDLK8
fur all kinds of Machines.
Our Great Drive
A HAND MACHINE fou 8.50.
Fort, near Hotel Sts.
Ciiab. J, Mu'.'AUTiir, Manager.
I Pnnnlar Rranila nf KtralnM flnnriu
ALWAYS ON HAND.
i T' tl,H Grcnt A,iotIter Tint Hrownik
Coc-KrAiL-a si.tclalty with this retort.
' iiKroT or TUB-
Famous "Wloland Lager Beer
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fine Cassimoros, Sergos,
White Linens, Eto.
Suits Made to' Order
(fti SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
O. A KIM A,
- 40 Nutiimu Stroot.
Tm Daily llulletin, CO centt
month, delivered by carrier,
Buve Halt tho Amount of Y )u r Oil
Bill Through Saving in 2 lgi aout.
Every pointer should use IjUC'ol' in
stead of Linseed Oil, because:
Lucol 1b more durable than Linseed
2. Lucol Is more economical than
PROOF THAT LUCOL, 18 MOKF.
Six years of actual lino in exterior
houso painting in California (the
most trying climate for paints), iu
the hurninir heat of the Arizona Don-
liro octroyed in a fow minutes; the
i i ...:.... .,! .11 ... .
" ,UUI 1"" '"" Ir "" '
l'ROOF THAT LUCOL IS
Break up 1 lbs. iiasto whlti lead
in ono pint of Lucol., and the same
quantity in ono pint ot Linnet il Oil.
Spread the puintB on minilui dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads as far as and icovers
much better than the Linseed paint.
To get equally good covering wi th the
Linseed paint you have to uho i'A lbs.
of whiio lead to ono pint of linseed
Oil. This means u saving of j lb. of
paste lend to u.ich pint of Luuon used,
or (J lbs. to ovory gadon, equivalent
to your saving meru than half the
lirst cost of the Lucol,.
Lucol is not in competition wilb
cheap Linseed Oil bulistilutes.
Vdflnls ior tiie, liawtimi IslaaitB
Drawing and Painting
D. Howard Hitchcock
CLASS DAYS, RATES, ETC.
nnwuNu ci.akskh: ,
Ttidbdny and Wednesday uttermotiB or I
rMNTIMI CLAHHEH. I
Tuesday and Wednesday morning, or
Baturday morning. i
Every alternate Saturday aftern on.
Criticisms will bo given twice a week In
The Class Kooin' will ')c open from 8 a.
m. to 12 noon for morniiiK clxstos; froiu I
to 0 r. m. for aft nmon classes.
Draw Iiir Class, per month f 8 00
" " Bnulo Lotson.... 1 W)
I'alutlii); CIush, pr month 10 00
" " blii;k' Liou ... 1! IK)
Sketch Olas, fr.o to regnl ir class
pupils, to otli-ra 1C0
9i- Special rwo3 for l'rlvato 1'unlls
and to those deslrlui; daily iiudy at clais
room. 12 0-tl
Our stock of Holiday
Goods arc ow ready for
inspection at our Now
btore (Wonnw's old
sttind) on Fort Strct-t.
A carefully selected stock
of Jewelry bought with
an eye on tho Holiday
Trade and will be sold at
JACOBSEN & PFEIPFER.
1. O. Ilox 287.
P. O. JONKS.
E. A. JO.N13.
Safe Deposits IavttmiitCo.
NO. IPS FORT BTUEET.
BAFES of Various Sites for Kent
by the Month or Yetr.
Vtu VAULTS open from 8:30 a. m.
until I r m. except ou Saturdays, when
they will be closed Ht 2:30 r. u
t. WE liny kikI Bell F rst-olass
SI OOKB and ItuNDS
values on fiaine.
aud make ad-
Consolidated Soda Water Co,, L'd
.Onr. Allen & Fort Sts., flnnnlulu,
SJ YLE !
- .Four great requiriites of
Mch'h "Wcuriifg Apparel to
be found in all the Suits
made by Johnston & Sto-'
rey. Mr. Storey" was- for
some years one of the best
known eutters on the Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 irovt Stroot
W.T W: AHANA,
3 S3 XTuvuuvvx Qtrt.
Knglisti, Scoicb nod American Goods.
Htyld and Kit Uuaranterrl.
Uleauiiig & Repaiiing
lutual Tele. 668. P. 0. Boi 144.
HOP H1NG & CO.,
Wi UOTEIt HTUEKT
Wholesale Dealem Iu
Lipiin; anil Manila Cigars
General Chinese Merchandise
Nut Oils, Htcu, MattlnR,
Chinese Bilks, Teas, Kir.
Engliah a.ud American Groceries
lly fclvery Coast Btoamrr.
MUTUAL TEI.KI'HONK 147.
The Best banco in Town.
Trm and OofTww
4T ALL nilOHft
I'HK KINKST HRANIJ.n Of
Cigars and Tobacco
EC J JrOTL,TXi, Prop.
jA. Ko.m.ily Hotel,
HfKCIAL UONT11UV KATFS.
The Uestof AttendHiice, ihullehtdltiiailon
and the Finest Meals in the City.
B. L. 411 AW, Proprietor. -
i 'or. King aud Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
Choice Liquors and Fino Beer.
BELL TEI.KI'HONK 401.
BACK AGAIN TO WORK.
N". F. BTjiRGrEiSS
Ih sualn prepared to repair Oarden Hose,
Bprfuklns, Wator Taps, eto. baw Filing
uud all kliun of Tools Bhuryened, Incluil
iiik 0rvliiK Knives ami BcUnors; Lawn
Mowers a peclaitv: also Betting Qiasa; In
fact ali kinds of jobbing. Wore called for
nd returned Hint; up Vi'i MutualTele
phono any time before U a. h. 1170tt
Cemont Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid
Estimates tdven on all kinds ol
UU UOMOIUT A SPKOIALTTT -M "'(
JOHN P. BOWLER.
O. B. DWIQHT "'
Does all klmis of Work Iu '
foment & Mono Sidewalks & Garbing.
He has on hand n large Bupply of Chi
ubu (Jrauito Curb and alwayn Keeps Ha
waiian Curbing Btoue. KfttumtH given
aud lowest prices assured liell Telephone
Dishes and (llasaware Wanted I
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry Wanted I
uiu uom una nuver wantMii
UT BiatMil Priest Paid I tt
114 King Stroot, Corner of Alake. .
yu'liiHfr . fa
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