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A bay colt has boon lost.
A top-dressing of fresh coral is be
ing put on the Palama road.
Kamohamoha Manual and Prepar
atory woro re-opened to-day.
Romombor L. J. Lovoy's sale of
furniture at 10 o'clock to-morrow. '
If you want n comfortable cottago
apply to N. S. Sachs, 520 Fort stroot.
Union Feed Co. will hold its
Suartorly mooting at 11 o'clock Fri
ay. At 10 o'clock to-morrow Jamos F.
Morgan will sell fine tailor goods at ,
Shoriff L. A. Audrows of Maui ro
turns to his post on the steamer
Olaudino this evening.
A half-witted native woman was
brought down from Hawaii on tho
steamor W. O. Hall this aftornoon.
A sorics of draughts tournaments
are being held by mombors of the
Y. H. I. In their hall evory afternoon
Mechanics' Homo, cornor Hotol
and Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 50
cents por night; $1 and $1.2T per
Pursor Kolly, who wont out on tho
steamor W. G. Hall this trip, reports
pleasant weather. Mr. Kolly is of
tho opinion that it is the best route
of tho Inter-island fleet.
Lot Lane, J. W. Dipikauo and
eight of the rebel prisoners who
have boon sentenced wore photo
graphod to-day. Thoy wore suits
of whito and bluo stripes.
United Carriage Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
ways ready at tho call of "290," fur-'
nisnos fine livery outfits at tho short-1
est notice good horses and uico car
riages, from buggy to wagonotte.
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to l the nam a as Hone
in factory. ,
Tho Malay who killed
noso plantation laborer
recently was brought to town on tho '
ste.merW. G. Hall this afternoon. I
The man is charged with murdor.
He struck the Jap throo blows, the
final one killing him.
H. G. Biart has removed from
King street to tho store of Chris
CXar TSVirf afrant Thara n will
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spoons and jewelry of every doscrip-
tion. Having been the practical
watchmaker for Won nor & Co. ton
years, ho neods no pulling.
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Brown St Kuboy,
at No. 4. Masonic Tomplo; thoro you
will find the largest variety in Ho
nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
make a specialty of rubber stamps.
Frank Houeck, a German, and a
member of Company A of tho Na
tional Guards, was placod under ar
rest this morniug for conspiracy by
order of the Marshal. Houeck was
on duty at the Exooutive building
who arrested. He took part in put
ting down tho late rebellion, being
with his company to the end, and
his arrest was a surprise to his
The exposure to all sorts and con
ditions of weather that alumborman
is called upon to endure in the
camps often produces Bovero colds
which if not promptly checked, re
sult in concostiou or pneumonia.
Mr. J. O. Davenport, ex-managor of
tno i'ort liragg Keuwoou uo.,
immonso institution at Fort
Cal., says they sell largo quantities
oi unamberiain s uougn iiomouy at
tho company's store and that ho has
himself usou this remedy for a severe
cold and obtained immediato roliof,
This medioino prevents any tendency
of a cold toward pneumonia and in
sures a prompt recovery. For sale
by Bonson, Smith Co., Agents for
tno Hawaiian Islands.
In a rocont editorial tho Salem,
Oregon, Independent says: "Timo
and again havo we seen Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy triod and never
without tno most satisfactory ro-
suits. Whouover wo see a person
afllictod with horseness, with a cough Cross-examination Told tho ao
or cold, we invariably adviso them cusod that Thursday night that wo
to got Chamberlain's Cough Homo- had lauded somo stuif, guns, and ro
dy; and when thoy do, thoy novor i quostod him to look in tho morning
regret u. it always uoos tun worK,
ana uoos it won." r or sato by uou
sou, Smith & Co., Agonts for tho
If your subsoriptlon hat expired now
U a good time to renew it.
Another Prisoner on Trial for Fail
ing to Divalge Treason.
Same Old Story of Landing Aims at Ka
M for the Fray.
Court convened at 9:15 o'clock.
Minutes road and approved.
Samuol K. Hnili was placed ou
trial on the charge of misprision of
On boing questioned ho stated
that S. K. Kane would represent
After tho reading of the chargo
and specifications Mr. Kane filoda
writton objection to tho jurisdiction
of the Commission. It was the same
as that filed in former cases.
Tho objoction was over-ruled.
Tho accused declined to plead to
eithor specifications or chargo by
advico of counsel, and a plea of not
guilty was rocordod.
Samuel Nowloin, sworn, states:
Liro in Honolulu; was ongagpd at
Washington Place during past throo
months and conspired with others
to overthrow tho Oovornmont; held .
meetings nt Gulick's houso; engaged '
in sonding for arms; had arms laud-1
ed at Diamond Head; thoy woro
' used in tho attompt at overthrowing
Keoni Paaoao, sworn, states: Ilave
lived at Kahala with others for six
months past; tho accused was there
on tho night of Thursday, Jan. 3;
Kaaiko came thero about midnight j
that dato to my houso and knocked
at tho door; I got up and wont out; j
Kaaiko told mo thoy had some stuff;
I went out and saw a number of
men in a boat inside tho breakors; i
tho boat was takon along parallel to
the shore till a landing placo was
lounu; i wameu aiong mo ooaon; (
met tho boat and assisted in landing,
helping pass tho guns ashore; tho
Fun wore nm in a iuick aigeroua ,
! 1 .minAu&
us noui uinaiui uaiaiau, uun uuu tu i
tho direction whoro the suns had
been hidon ; ho lives there oil and on ;
he camo out thero that Thursday.
after having boon in town about a '
week: my dwelling place is at Ma
kiki; Haili asked mo on Friday morn-
incr following to act out fishinc,
. JS(?Ph Ama .BW.or.n. "tatos: Live
at Makiki; was at Kahala on Friday
morning. Jan. 4; saw accusod out-
i side of tno houso; went fishing that
moraine: saw a treat many foot
prints on tho beach; had heard
whispering in the houso on Thurs
day night; recognized the voices of
Kaaiko and Keoni Paaoao; did not
get up to seo them; the accusod
camo into town on the following
On cross-examination witness
stated that thero may have boon un
necessary dragging of tho fishing
net on the sand to cause tho foot-
I prints, but ho did not know.
Kauimalani, sworn, states: Am
acquainted with the accused, ho was
At. KJthnln nn HPInirarlnv ntrrht nrna
in a boat that wont out from Kahala
on weunosuay mem; wont out a
second time on Thursday night;
wont out under orders of
trot the euns and landed them
Kahala; Kaili was standing near the
lenco by tno boacu wnon tno guns
woro boing landed; Wilcox and War-
ron spoke to Kaili; thoy told him to
tako care of the things, meaning tho
guns which had been landed at Ka
hala; thoy also told him to go out in
tho morniug and obliterate all tho .
marks along tho beach mado by
footprints; the acousedsaid he would,
do itl after giving these orders Wil-'
cox and party returned to town
i Cross-examination Tho guns
were lanuou when 1 anu tho otuers ;
saw the accused standing by tho
Charles Warren, sworn, gavo his l
usual evidence of tho landing of
arms; when tho guns woro lauded
saw Kaili thero near tho boach;
Wilcox, Townsend, Kahimalani and '
mysolf woro prosont when I told
Kaili to go in tho morning and see ;
if the arms had been securely hid or i
not; Wilcox also requested Kaili to
follow tho order: told him to drag
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something over tho imprints of our
! feet on tho sand.
anu soo mat tnoy woro secure.
W. O. Smith, sworn, states: Am
Attorney-General; know accused; ho
did not give tho Govorumont any
information as to tho landing of
Rocoss uutil 1:30.
BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 12,
By Lewis J. I.ovey.
HoBseliold -:- Farniture
On WEDNESDAY, Feb. 13
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
I will sll at I'ubllo Auction nt my Salts
rooms (without reserve), Furni
ture, consisting o(
2 Upholstered Pailor Suits,
Six and Seven Pieces,
Hall Mirror. MnrbMop Tnll,
Folding Kcd Loiinnef , Matting,
Hugs, Laco Curtains.
"Domestic" Sewing Machine,
M Beds. Cilbs. Hcddlne. Whatnot.
fcnr'ng and Top Mattresses, Pictures,
cattiAfe, Mowitiit) Nets, Lamps,
B. W. Marbletop Bedroom Set,
Crockery, Kitchen Utensils, dial s,
Tables, Plated Ware, Ao., Ac. Also,
A Fine BILLIARD TABLE complete.
By Ja. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OP
On WEDNESDAY, Feb. 13
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
A.T MY BALiBSROOU
1 WILL SELL AT l'CBUO AUCTION
A L no ot New Goads Jus1, recolvod, com
prising Fine Tailor Goods
Lace Cm tains, Towels,
Blankets, Shawls, Hosiery.
White and Drown Cottons,
nd Colored Drefs Goods,
"W and "White" Sevlog Maihlw,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc
LAND AT AUCTION.
fU BATDBDAY, FED. 10, ISM, AT 12
' KJ O'i
clock noon, at tho Auction Dooms
ot Jas. F. Morgan, will be sold those Pre
mises at Kauniakaplll. Uono'ulu, Oahu.
and more particularly described In deed ot
et at, dated' 1st April, IbSO.'nnd recorded In I
William C. Achl to Ana .Momona Kamsi
1 Liber OS, psee 173, containing an area ol
i 251)2 B(i uar o feet, together with Three Dutld
thereon. These Premises glvo to
a vcrv cood investment alter very
little repairs to tho hoases. Title perfect.
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'or further particulars, apply to
A. P. PEJEUSON and
WILLIAM 0. AOHI,
Attorneys for tho Owners.
Honolulu, Doa 29, 181)1.
AINA MA KE KUDALA.
MA KA POAONO, FED. 10. 1893, MA
ka bora 12 awakea, e kual la aku ana
ni a ke Kudala nkea, ma ka Uuml Kudala
o Jas. F. Morgan, kela man Apana Atna e
walho la ma Kaumakap II, Honolulu,
Oahu, a 1 hooakaka ia na palena ma ka
aia (uai a William u. Acin ia Ana
utona Kama! ma, 1 liana la 1 ka la 1 o
188(1. a kona p ma ka Bnko W.
&oao 173, a ma ia alna he 23)2 kapual ill,
me na itaie noi MKoiu o ku ia maiuna o tea
' ulcupanee nialkal no ke dala mahoio o ka
nana uoa ana i na naie. uo maiicai to
No na mea I koe, e nlnau la
A. P. l'ETEUSON a mo
WILLIAM 0. AOHI,
Lolo no na Ona o ka Alna.
Honolulu, Deo. 29, 1895. 12o0-fit
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A ? ADJOURNIJD j
rs of the
cemlomen v,ro elected to servo durlni the
H. A. Wldemann President,
O. N. Wilcox . . .Vice-President,
J. M. Dawtett. Secretary & Treasurer,
F, W. Macfarlane Auditor
J, M. D0W8ETT,
Honolulu. Feb It, 183. 12U)-
Dll. 0. W. MOORE,
H00 Van Ness Ave., 8. F., Cal.
Elegant Apartment! for Fatienti.
CLKCTBICITT IN HIBVODS DIBIA8XS.
Dr. Moore oilers Invalids all the
comforts of home, with constant and care
ful treatment. Defers to H. It. Macfarlane.
TO YEN KEE & CO.,
41 Niiunnn Hlr-Ht
Tinsmiths, Plnmbinrj, Etc.
CUOCKEItY and OLA8SWAUU.
y -'wwpffy i "Pppflijl
New Goods! - :
JUST OPENED AT
3NT. S. SACKS'
520 Fort St,
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Children's Stockings In shndes of Tan In all sires.
Just the thing for riding or (or short people We have thorn In all slies.
i New Hand Bags, New Buckles,
New Jet Trimmings, New Silk Trimmings.
Black Drapery Net' for Dresses !
When the rays of Old Sol aro boiling down at a ninety de
gree rate, tho nir like the breath of a fumaco and everything
hot, dry and dusty, tho natural desiro of tho avorago human is
to drink. But, what to drink? There's tho question.
Tho serious effect of nn ovcr-imlulgcnco in ico water is woll
known. Tho thousund and one cheap gassy hoverages aro known
to bo more or less injurious to the health, whilo Urn mineral
waters of known purity and hcalthfulncas aro a luxury boyond
the reach of but few. What shall wo drink?
A beverage to meet tho requirements, must, lUbt of all, be
absolutely puro and non-alcoholic, It should possess a medi
cinal clomont to counteract tho effects of tho ! n-J kcul' lK0
blood pure and tho i'""v,n ncaltlilul. In order to be palat
able and refreshing, it should bo Bparkling and ell'ervcsccnt.
Last but not least, it must bo economical and within the reach
of nil. A bovorago that fully meets all of tho above require
ments and one that is cutitlcd to more than passing mention is
HIRES' ROOT DEER, manufactured by tho Oiias. E. HrrtEj
& Co., of Philadelphia, U. 8. A. This preparation has been ana
lyzed by tho highest authorities and pronounced by them to bo
freo from any doletorious substanco and absolutely non-alceholic ;
whilo all physicians acknowledge its health giviug qualities. It
has a delicious, appetizing flavor, is full of snap, sparklo and
effervescence, and is without a peer as a refreshment.
A packago from your storekeeper will uiako llvo gallons of
this groat tempcranco drink. Truly it answers tho question
What shall wo drink? There are many substitutes and imita
tions ot HIRES ROOT BEER offered for salo which should bo
"Wo havo used your Root Boor for over n year and find it
delicious and healthful. Wo would not like to bo without it a
singlo day. Wo find it is helping all of us. Mrs. F. H. Claiik,
735 Chester St., Oakland, Cal., U. S. A."
"Wo havo used over ono hundred bottles of your Root Beer,
drinking it winter and summer. My brother and myeolf aro
total abstainer, drinking nothing but Hires' Root Boor.
Miciiakl Kelly, 10 Wator St., Waltbam, Mass., U. S. A."
IIobrox Dituo Company Wholesale Druggista
Benson, Smith & Company " "
Hollibter Drug Company, Ltd. .. . " "
Lewis & Company Grocers
Beware of Bacteriated Water I
water should be
Tho Only Reliable Water Filter is the Slack k
BrownlOW. They are mado on scientific principles. Thoy
aro accessible in all parts and can be readily cleaned.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L-'D
CORNER FORT & MERCHANT STREETS.
BY A JAPANESE MAN AND WIFE,
Kood cooks and understand how to
handle sewing machine, willing to nrnku
themselves generally useful. Also man for
store, who is bright and intelligent, can
read and wrlto English. Address
125Llw "P. O. DOX 209."
- New Goods!
boiled and filtered.
Pure GuaYa&Poha Jelly
Put up by Mrs. A. P. JONES.
1215 Agents, Queeu Struut. flm