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THE lUiLY BULLETIN, MARCH 19,
BEGKTJITS FOR HAWAII. I
Xho Qovornmont Snid to B.t nt Outs
With tho American Infeuo.
Sail I'ranolsco Chronicle, Mi-eh 12.1
Tho oxilm from Hawaii, who form
a little oolouj in this city, nro ilN
cussing tho ohnni'es of n coulliot bo
tweeu tho Dolo Govomuiont and tho
Amorit'Aii Loncuts ns it is said that
rocruits for tho Gov(rnmnt will
depart on tho slamer for llonolnlii
wliioli iiU to day.
Annexation n said to havo strain
ud tho IjoikIk uniting tho loagno and
tho DoIoadmiuNtratiou. Theleajruu
is a anxious and I'lntnorom for an
nexation as over, whilo tho Oovorn
mont i oppo'fd to it under present
conditions. Tho Wihon tariff hw
is said to havo canned tho chango of
hoart of tho Administration, and
while that law remains on the st.v
into books L'residout Dolo and his
Cabinet will make no advances in
tho direction of national union.
No open rupture, so tho story
Roc, has taken place between tho
Government and the league, but a
vory interostiny encounter is report
ed as having taken place recently
between Attoruoy-Guurhl W. O.
Smith and T. 13. Murray, tho presi
dent of tho league. Tho latter, it
is stated, is outspoken ill his de
mands for tho taking of immediate
stops for annexation, and has, there
by, fallen from his former high
favor uudi'r tho displeasure of tho
Govorumout. A short timo ago ho i
and Smith are said to havo hail a
cut-aud-thrust sort of interview,
which terminated in anger, with a ,
threat from tho Attorney-Gouoral i
that Murray had better keep an oyo
on his actions or ho would bo locked '
This mar bo mere rumor but on
top of it comos tho information,
givou as absolutely true 3estorday,
that ageuts of tho Hawaiian Govern
inont are at the prosent moment on
gaged in recruiting men for tho
army, to bo prepared for any violent
demonstrations that may bo mado
by tho ''scrappors" of tho league,
headed by tho redoubtable "Tim"
Ex-soldiers of tho United States
Army are said to bo preferred and
some are, according to tho story,
booked for passage on tho Australia
this morning. It is ovou said that
thov are to recoivo pay at tho rato
of 10 per month.
Should tho Government wish to
como to an open rupture with Mur
ray and his immediate followers
that is, some 5)00 who believe as
strongly and (irmly in annexation as
himself it is thought that any lit
tle precaution it may take in the
wayof providing disciplined Gghtors
for its army is not a pioee of bad
First, last and all the time Murray
is a tighter. Tho Govorumout is
aware of this, and tho uowspapor
accounts of tho various encounters
on tho islands, from the revolution
of 1893 to tho encounters at Dia
mond Head two months ago, bear it
To Murray was given tho task of
disarming tho Queen's soldiors in
the palace yard aud at the armory
and ho accomplished both tasks
quickly and without tho shedding of
one drop of blood.
lu tho rocont uprising with twew-ty-uino
mon he wont against an uu
kuown number of natives near Mo
iliili, variously ostimatod at from .'100
to 1500, disporsod thorn and captur
ed thirty-four, after baring been am
bushed aud having ouo of his follow
ers wounded. That's tho kind of a
man Murray is, aud of such stuff
most of the American League aro
said to bo made.
If recruits go down on tho steamer
to-day some vory pretty storios from
tho islands may bo expected soon.
Tho oxiles who will haunt the docks
for tho first nowa aro ready for al
Japan as a Naval Power.
British service journals aro some
what disturbed concerning a report
that Japan haB decided to become a
first class naval power. Tho Naval
aud Military Rocord sees something
portontouslu the news. Tho paper
"Tho alleged ambition of Japan
to provide horsolf with a navy capa
ble of 'resisting even tho powor of
England,' is worthy of attoution.
As an insular powor Japan would bo
well-advised to strengthen her fleet;
but far off as Japan is from England,
our iutercsts in the East would bo
seriously throatoued by the estab
lishment of a really formidable
Orioutal navy in theso waters. Al
ready wo have had to strengthen
our squadron in tho China seas, and
with tho rapid growth of European
uavies it is becoming more and moro
difiiuult for Englaud to sparo ships
for her foreigu squadrons. Curious
as it may appear at present, it is not
improbable that tho rise of Japan
may ore long directly affect our own
naval policy. Still, it will tako a
few yoars for Japan to build up and
mau a first-class nary."
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Hotron Drug Co., LTd.,
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Alio Deutschen, weleho dio
zu dem am 1. April
stattfiudondn Achtzigsten Go
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marck befuerworteu, werdou
aufgefordert, sich bis zum 20.
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curoihon. J. P. HACKFELD,
Stollvortr. Kais. Kousul.
StYtial Collages at Mocemta Mais.
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS.
House Lots, IK tulles from l'ost OIUcu, on
and nenr KIiik Street, a few steps
beyond the Kaniehaiuelm
VSJa. This oilers a good chance to sreuro
Homesteads at moderate prices. With an
nexation assured in tho near future, n
Hruse Lot co near the business renter
forms one of the most desirable, invest
ments for a small sum of money.
Mfc- Corporations or anyone desiring
to Invert in Large Tracts of Suburban
I-niid can lie accommodated at reasonable
llgnros with Tracs of from 0, 10 to CO
tA- Land on tho other Islands, in
Tracts suitable for a Dairy, Hog Itanch or
Colleo and BIsnl Plantation for sale or
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Headt, etc, we can supply them.
Wiiciikas, by a Pro 'tarnation made
Jauuary 7, lS'J.'i, the right of tho
Writ oT Habeas Corpus was sus
pended and Martial Law was de
clared to exist throughout the Island
It is now further ordered that tho
right of tho Writ of Habeas Corpus
is hereby restored, and that Martial
Law is hereby terminated in tho said
Island of Oahu on aud after tho 181 h
day of March, 18'.).").
SANFORD B. DOLE.
President of the Republic of Ha
wuii and Commander-in-Chief.
By the President:
FRANCIS M. HATCH,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
General Headquarters, Republic
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, H. I.,
March 18, 1895.
GENERAL ORDER No. 23.
The Comtrinudcr-lii-Clilcf, on behalf of
tho Government, desires to express his ap
preciation of the meritorious services of
tho oMcers and re on of the National
Guard of Hawaii, the regular pollco, the
special police, tho Cltltons' Guard, and
others rendered In the Held and on guard
in Honolulu incident to the work of sup
pressing the late formidable insurrection
against the authority and (jclstcnco of the
Kepublic of Hawaii.
Tho courage and cheerful readiness to
incur any danger, exposure and hardship
shown by every branch of the National
forces has been boyond praise.
Kvory class and condition of coclcty has
been honorably represented among tho de
fenders of the Kcpuhiie. Native llavrai
lons and HanatUus of foreign descent,
Americans, Englishmen, Germans and
Portuguese and others have fought side
by side in the Held and stood guard to
gether under circumstances which havo
demanded heroism, and fortitude and tho
quality of slf-sacrlllu. Laboring-men,
mechanics, clerks, business and piofes
slonal men lure been comrades on equal
No act of craMty to tho enemy or reward
Ico has been recorded.
The Government Is to be congratulated
upon tho harmony whMi has provailcd
among all branches of its forces, which
has been a paramount element of its mili
Tho work of the Military Commission
has been important and arduous, and has
been conducted in a spirit of devotion to
duty, of fairness and lirmncs, which has
won general respect and confidence
The opening of hostilities found the
commissariat unprepared for tho largo de
mands upon it caused by the sudden catl
ing out of a large armed force. In this
emergency a number of patriotic women
catuo to the assistance of the Government
and by generous contributions of food to
the men In. tho field and on guard In Hono
lulu added greatly to the comfort and
e'lllcleuoy of the national forces. For this
important service tho Commander-in-Chief
desires to oxpross the thanks of tho Gov
ernment. While casualties among the defenders
of tho Government havo fortunately been
few, the country has beea called upon to
mourn the untimely death of the Hon.
Charles L. Carter, who, bravely exposing
himself at the beginning of hostilities, was
fatally wounded, whereby a life full of
promise in public ail's Irs was lost to the
country. Special recognition is also due
to Lieut. Holl, Thornton and D.W. Lokana
of tho police force, and Herman F. I.udo
wig, Lieutenant of Co. F, N. (1. II., who
wero severely wounded while heroically
contending with the armed enemies of the
Government and will carry honorable
scars to tho end of their lives.
By order of tho Commander-lu-l'liluf,
J NO. II. SOI'KK,
Artjitant-Goucral, N. G. H.
The Fublio Schools will closo on Fill
DAY, April 12th, for tho Easter Vacation,
and reopen on MONDAY, April 2.M.
By order of the Board of Uducalion.
J. F. SCOTT,
Honolulu, March 18, 1SD.J.
12V0 3t-12 U
Comthoncirig" MONDAY, March
Hh, 1895, all licjuor saloons will bo
allowed to remain open as per tho
Conditions of their licenses, from
5:30 a. m. to 11:30 r. m.
During such timo liquors of all
descriptions will bo allowed to bo
sold, providing same bo drunk on
No liquors shaft bo taken away
from such saloons except Beer, Ale
Tho prcaouco of auy person under
the influenco of liquor upon any
saloon premises will cause such
saloon to bo immediately closud, as
will also the violation of the rule
allowing liquors to bo taken away.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal, Republic of Hawaii.
All persons who deposited Arms
aud Ammunition at tho Polico Sta
tion in response to an order to that
effect, aro requested to call and re
coivo tho samo between tho hours of
2 and 1 r. m.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republio of Hawaii.
Honolulu, March 5, 1895.
All persons aro hereby notified
that they aro strictly forbidden to
use fire crackers, Chinese bombs or
any fireworks whatevor within the
limits of Honolulu.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republio of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, aro hereby notified
that the hours for Irrigation purposes aro
from 7 to 8 o'clock a, m. aod 0 to 0 o'clock
r. u. ANDREW BROWN,
Superintendent of Water Works.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, March 12, U93. 12P-tf
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