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THE DAILY BULLETIN. FEBRUARY 2. 1895.
LOSS OF THE KIHALANI.
Bho Becomes a Total Wreck at Hii
kalnu Without Loss of Llfo.
Purser W. J. White of I ho teatuer
W. G. Hall reports that the Wtldor's
Steamship Co.'s steamer Kihalani,
Lano mastor, wcut ashore at Ilnka
lau on Friday, January 25, at 2 p. in.,
nml became n total wreck soon after.
She hail 1.7) bag siijiar at tint Mine
she struck. No Jives wore lost.
Fourteen of the crow wero brought
to Honolulu by tho Hall.
llilo correspondence of the Alitor
tler nives the following particulais:
"While tho Kihalaui was loading
sugar at llaknlau, a stronij north
westerly wind set in. Caplain Lane,
of the Kihalani, at oiiuh saw that it
was (joint? to bo more of a breeze
than ho wanted to encounter wliere
ho was, and made ptiparathuis to
"Tho Kihalani had out an anchor
ahead, a stem Hue to the buoy, and
a brunst line to tho wharf. Tho
eaptaiu took in tho breast Hue, told
his second mate to stand by tho
stern lino and pay out a tho steam
er moved ahwid to the anchor. Cap
tain Lsne sigual"d the engineer to
(jo ahead, and began taking in for
ward anchor chain at tho same time.
Just a tho steamer wax directly
over the auehur the enuineer ap
peared on deck with the information
that something had fouled tho jiro
peller, and the engine was powerless.
It was the work of but a memeut to
discover what tho trouble was. Tho
second mate, on hearing the iiutjle-
bell, supposed oorythiu(j all right,
and. instead of following orders and ,
paying out the stern-line as tho ves
sel went ahead, ho let the lino go i
with a ruu, Mack and all, aud it i
dropped on the propeller.'' ,
Capt. Lane slackened away chain,
but it was no ue. The steamer went
on the rocks anil the two engineers
and live sailors took to tho boats.
They would not t alio a kedgo anchor
to drop outHilo for the eaptaiu, but
told him if he wanted to go with
them to get in one f tho boats.
Tho captain n'kod tho engineer'
whether or not there was any dauger
of the boilers blowing up, and upon
receiving a negative reply, told tho
engineer he would stay whero he was.
Tho first boat put out to sua and
headed for lido, and van picked up
by the steamer Hawaii. The other
landed its crew near the wreck
1. . 1.1
mm, two mates and throe- ,
.mil by the vessel until they
ro was no chance to sayo her
aud thou reached the shore by jump
ing from tho stenmer to the rocks.
Tho captain telephoned to llilo for
tho steamer Hawaii to come to his
assistance, and that vosel sot out
but turned back after picking up
the Kihalaui' boat.
Tho wreck was sold at auction to
Capt. Fitrgorald, but thocorrospoud
ent does not state tho price. It was
likely to go to pieces shortly. Tho
Kihalaui was insured for i35,O0O.
Shu was formerly tho Daisy Kimball,
a coaster out of Sau Francisco, ami
was lately brought to Hilo by Cap
taiji Matson, who sold her to the
Wilder Steamship Cowpauy.
FOOTBALL a AMES
Local Tuaru Arranging for Contests
With tho Pbiladulphlaa.
As intimated iu the Bulletin a few
days ago, a local football team is
only too willing to meet a team from
tho U. S. S. Philadelphia, and a ,
match in the uear future is uot im-
tirobablo. t a meeting of tho Hono-
lulu Football Club hold yesterday
evening tho following committees j
Arrangements aud Finance Chas.
Crane, Vida Thrum, D. W. Corbott.
Manager Professor Frion, Puun-'
Captaiu Chas. Crano.
Coachor Prof. Ueckwitli, Pulia
tion. Tho local team desires that a series
of games bo played.
America's Greatest Known Earth
quaka. The greatest earthquake that has
ever occurred within tho limits of
the United States siuco the discovery
of America, began in California at
2:30 o'clock on the morning of March
2G, 1872, aud continued until tho -1th
of April, during which time tho sur
face of the earth was continually
agitated, uot being perfectly quiet
for as much as a siuglo moment.
The most romarkablo thing iu con
nection with tho whole affair (espe
cially when wo consider that Mauua
Loa, Sandwich Islands, and Mount
Hood, Or., woro simultauoously agi
tated) is tho fact that tho regiou
around San Francisco did not ro
eoivo a single vibration. Tho outuo
face of Inyo couuty, Cal., was chang
ed, and thirty-four persons killed.
At Williams' Studio aro to bo seen
Portraits on Watoh Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by tho sot or
UNITED STATES INCOME TAX.
Will American Citizens Horo Bo
Asked to Fay It?
P. C. Jones ha3 addressed an in
quiry to Minister Willis of tho
United States, about his status with
regard to tho incomo tax ordered by
act of Congress to bo paid by Ameri
can citizens at homo and abroad.
Mr. Jones took an aetivo part in tho
overthrow of tho monarchy, and was
the first Minister of Finance in the
Provisional Government. Ho is a
large owner of reproductive pro
perty here. According to tho in
structions of tho Uuited States
Executive to Miuistor Willis and
Admiral Ut-anlslcc, American, citi
zens who take p.irl here in efforts
either to maintainor to overthrow
the existing government lose- their
rights of protection by their own
Mr. Jones assented to tho view,
in a walking interview this morning,
that the imposition of tho tax on
American citizens abroad looked
liko a copy of tho grievance of "tax
ation without representation" which
was one of the chief causes of the
American revolution. Ho said that
tho law was evidently inlondod to
reach meu liko William Waldorf
Astor and James Gordon Bennett
who go to Europe to live with their
largo fortunes acquired in Ainorica.
Mr. Jones sail! in ellecl that his let
ter to the Miuistor raised the ques
t tiou as to whether ho could bo re
' garded as an American citizen for
i taxation purposes but not for pro
tection in times of commotion.
ALAMEDA GETS IT ROUGH.
Captain Morsu'u Good Ste&mshtp Has '
a Teinp3tuous Voyage
Tho steamer Alameda, II. G.
Morse, arrived iu port j'estorday
afternoon from Australia aud Hono
lulu, reports the San Francisco
Chronicle of the 19th ult. Tho Ala
meda generally arrives hero as punc-'
tually as a ferry-boat, but on this ,
trip she was a tiny late, having lost
twenty-four hours between Sydney
and Auckland in consequence of
rough weather. She had no oppor
tunity of making up the lime on i
tho rest of tho trip, for the voyage
was ouo of the most tempestuous
she over encountered.
UliU llfl4 IW 17IIIV1 lbt muu iviiuin
nnd bfgU 8ea all tl0 way from Sj(1.
hd to 1Ionollhl nml from fr10
,alJnd8 t , Although the wind
She had to b, it tie with head winds
veered to tho southwest, there
no improvement iu the weather.
Captain Morse had to go four
points on" his course for safety. Tho
steamer caught the first of the storm
two days out from Honolulu, aud
had three days of mountainous seas, ,
flooded decks and howling galos. I
Even when tho Alameda entered '
port the bar was so rough that no
vessel would venture out.
LAST OF THE IVANHOE.
Report ot a Vessel that Was in Her
Company in tho Storm. ;
A private letter was received hero
yesterday from Captaiu Birkholin of
tho barkeutino Robert Suddon,
greatly to tho relief of tho ownorsof
that vessel, says tho shipping report t
of tho Chrouiclo of Jan. l'J. Tho
Sudden crossed out from Pugot
Sound in company with tho ill-fatod
Ivanhoo, and uothing was heard of
her until yesterday. Captaiu JJirk-
holm says that he w-as iu company
with tho Ivanhoo off Flattory on
27th and 28th. On tho
a heavy southeast galo
Ihiico uutil it was blowing a hurri
cane. Tho storm was accompanied ,
by rain and hail, and tho weather
was so thick that nothing could bo '
seen further than a few hundred .
feet away. For four hours tho galo
continued, and when the weather
cleared there was nothing to bo soon
of the Ivanhoo. It is supposed that
it una In tl,ia hlmv (lint, aim wont (n
tho bottom with all hands ou board.
Tho Knvnrlte Cigar, has nrrlved nunlti.
"Operitas and Mercury."
tM Kor Sale by
l'J53-lw H. W. S0HM I DT A SONS.
Re-open Feb. 12, 1895.
struck iny i-tro during
December. It wax a
stronir, vigoiou-s hill
grown affair, Mid had no
respect for otiVr people'
frelinga. It would push
its way in through the
front door rummage
among my clu-ico goods,
tear down, pick to pieces,
growl at every: hing ex
cept the qiulity aud pric,
ouy a paper
ol Tins r a
come bade in
borinir cvcloinh. This
nagging during the
month has mad" me gray
before my time, and
standing in the middle of i
the siorc at 12 p. m. on
December JJ1, 1i.U, I
was glad to cay "Pan." I
Feel somewhat better this !
week and have arrived at
the conchr-ion that I will
hold my Annual Clear
ance Sale "Now a clear- ,
ance sale may mean noth
ing or everything In my !
lua-e t means everything.
I Irivo a large assortment ,
of goods on hand that J
must get lid of hi fore
the return of next Aus
tralia. I must have thelf
room and to get ic 1' am '
prepared to make a sacri
lice. Kverything must
be sold. JSTow each week
J am going to offer so no
thing special, this time it
is millinery. .Nowhere
in Honolulu can you buy
LIats and all th attach-
munti thereto for the next '
wei k ns cheap as at '
Egan's. Xo other house
in the city can sell these
goodh at 50c on the SI.
Wo can't keep it up long,
but 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 Tireless Toikr,
J. J. EUAN,
514 Fort (Street.
Dr. L1EBIG & GO.
Special Ihctori for Chronic,
Dr. l.ichlg'H Invlporator the greatest ro
wedy for Seminal Weakness, Loss of Man
luiiMl nnd I'rlvule Diseases, overcomes Pre-
mo.a dtUies. pleasure's nnd responsibilities;
$i trial bottle I given or sent free to any one !
mnturencss nnd prepares nil for marriage
describing symptoms; call or address 400
QearvSt., prlvuto wutrnnee Wi Mhswi St.,
Snnffrancli.ro. UIS-33 lv
OFFICE FOR KENT.
TJOItTION OK Till! OK
JL lico now occupied by
X. Ing Six ItOOIlls and
lUth, tluiatod on Nuuunu
strcnt. Knqulro next door
at 189 Vutiunu street.
ItOOMB AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND UOAHD
for u few nersous can be
I had at llanlwui, on the Wui
' kikl beach.
i W. 8. ISA.IlTI.BrT,
i 1175-tf Proprietor.
I TO LET
Cottage, nil modern
improvements, wltu blame,
Ham and Servants' ltuom
on premises, on KInati street, one block
from horse-cars. or particulars apply to
N. B. SACHS,
1252 tf 620 Kort street.
X premises sltuntu on the
east side of the old Makikl
playground, formerly ocou-i
iilpil hv A. Uartenberi;. li.si.
wigs aro modern aud commodious nnd the
spacious grounds are inld out in fruit and
ornamental trees. Ensy terms to n desira
ble tenant. Kor further particulars please
apply to UUUCE OAHTWKIUHT.
Honolulu, H. I., Jauuary 7, 1805.J
The right of WRIT OF HABEAS
COIU'US is horoby suspended aud
MARTIAL LAW is instituted ami '
established throughout tho Island i
of Oahu, to coutiuuo until further '
notice, during which timo, however,
tho Courts will continue iu sesion
and conduct ordinary business as
usual, except as aforesaid. ,
By tho President:
SANFORD B. DOLE,
President of the Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Gknuul Hbadquarteim, Republic
Adjutant General's Office, i
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, H. I.
January 1G, 18'J.", ,
Special Order No. 25. )
OnDEn for a Militaiiv Commission.
A Military Commission is hereby ,
ordered to meet at Honolulu, Islaud
of Oahu, ou Thursday, the 17th day
of January, A. D. 18t)3, at 10 o'clock
n. m., and thereafter from day to day
for the trial of such prisoners as
may bo brought before it ou tho
charges and specifications to be pre
sented by tho Judge Advocate.
The Officers composing the Com
1. Colouol William Austin Whit
ing, First KegiuiHiit, M. (J. 11.
2. Lieutenant Colonel J. H. Fisher,
First Regiment, N. G. H.
3. Captain O. W. Ziegler, Compa
ny F, N. G. II.
1. Captain J. M. Caniara, Jr., Com
pany C, N. G. H.
G. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
N. G. H.
0. Captain W.C. Wilder, Jr., Com
pany D, N. G. H.
7. First Lieutenant J. W. Jones,
Company D, N. G. H.
Captaiu William A. Kinney, Aid-do-Camp
on General Staff, Judge
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief.
(Siguod) JNO. H. SOPER,
Commencing January 30, 1895,
aud coutinuing until further notice,
all Liquor Saloons will bo allowod to
remain open from 6 o'clock a. m. to
G o'clock r. m., subject to such regu-
iat!on8 as the Marshal mav soo fit to
'a"ons as lue -uarsuai may soo m to
mane, lor me saio oi
DRAUGHT BEER ONLY.
Tho sale ot all other liquor is
strictly prohibited aud any violation
of this will subject tho saloon to bo
closed without further uotico.
Tho presenco of any person under
tho infiuouco of liquor upon any
saloon premises will also bo suffi
cient to cauRo such saloon to bo
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii,
Uudor MARTIAL LAW ovory
person fouud upon tho stroots or
iu any public place botwoou tho
9:30 P. M. aud 5 A. M.
will be liable to arrest, unless pro
vided with a pass from Military
Headquarters of the Marshal's
Tho gathering of crowds is pro
hibited. Auyono disturbing the peace or
disobeying ordors is liable to sum
mary arrost without warrant.
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief,
J. H. SOPER,
SPECIAL ORDERS, No. 2(1.
Tho Military Commission now in
session in this city, convened by
Special Ordors No. 25, dated Jauuary
1(5, 1895, from thoso Headquarlors
will hold its sessions without regard
4 to hours.
I By order of tho Commaudor-in-
j Chiof. JNO. H. SOPEK,
I Adjutant-General's Office, Hono
lulu, January 19, 1895. 1213-tf
All persons 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.
NOTICE TO DELINQUENT
i Tix i'nycri ot the U'aml of Oahu are
, Iu; re by notllW t lint. In accordance with
j ejection 111, Chapter III of tho Session I-mvi
of ls!J, all Tux-s rciiinliilng unpaid
on tho 31t day ot January, will he iuh
, llshcd toother with n list of a I Delhi
. intent Taxpayers as noon n'ter the ahovu
' date ns practicable.
I JONATHAN SHAW,
j Assessor of the Fiwt DIvMon Island of
The business of tho country is
settling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, the cows iu tho
pasture switch ilius iustead of bul
lous with their tails aud the cream is
richer iu consequence. Wo beliovo
wo havo satisfied every ouo of our
customers who havo taken milk from
us aud wo are iu a position to sup
ply a great many more. Tho pooplo
who from choice or necessity visited
Wnialae diiriui? the nasi two weeks
havo had an opportunity to eco just
what sort of diet our stock feeds
upon, aud no longer wonder at tho
richness of tho milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro tho
best. With tho exception of a day
or two early in tho lato unpleasant
ness our drivers have always been
ou time at our customers' residences.
Wo tako this opportuuity to thank
thoso who havo been patient with us
aud to solicit a continuance of their
patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to us aud
guarantee all milk to bo pure and
free from adulteratiou.
Tiik WAIALAE KtVNOH. .
THIS SPACE IS
:m:. s. LiErv y,
Font Stjieet, H. I.
MEBSltS. OOUltA & CO. AltE HE
celling orders for Plantation Labor
to nrrlvo in March next. All thoso who
wish laborers should place, their orders Im
mediately with O. E. Uonrdmnn, Agent
for the above firm. Conditions nre men
tioned in prospectus i "To the Planters of
Hawaii." O. E. HOAHDMAN.
1224-tf Agent for Ogura it Co.
The Daily liullelin, 60 cents
month, delivered by carWeri.