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jNOW A FT Mil Mil. BOWLEK.
11 1: i. mi TitiKii nv iii.iisi:i,r on
ciiAiuin Hi' coS-si'imcv.
ilrnee tliol lio Knew nf the Uclielllun
uml llml Ann-cil tu Aid II.
The Military Commission began
business ut 10:10 o'clock this morn
ing. John 1 Howler .was the only
prisoner at the bar. Paul Neumann
appeared for him. Mr. Kinney
read the order a d charge. The
charge was having knowledge of
the conspiracy and not acquainting
the authorities with the same, lie
fore pleading Paul Neumann enter
ed his usual objections to the juris
diction of the Court.
Mr. Neumann asked for time
until 1:30 to prepare lor the case, or
to prepare his argument against the
jurisdiction of the Court. Was
agreed that Mr. Neumann should
have the opportunity of presenting
his objection alter the evidence had
To the specifications Mr. Howler
answeied, "I decline to plead on
advice of counsel." Same to the
Sam Nowloin was called and
duly "Sworn. Took part in re
bellion. John I' Uo.uler was selected to
take charge of the Hell Telephone
office. When Howler was ap
proached he agreed to do the work
assigned to him, saying he was
willing to do anything. Asked
Howler to take part because knew
Howler's feelings were with the
At 10 o'clock Thursday night
saw that uprising had to be post
poned. Saw Howler Saturday
evening afterward. Arms 'had then
been landed at Diamond Head.
Told Howler original plans were
changed and for him to report to
Geo. Hruns Bowler asked me
if I would carry a gun. I would
not talk, with him.
Geo." Uctrehnann Bowler was
in the plot.
. Henrv Fern Same.
In lloiifir nf M lllicliu.
VOICES OF FKIFNDS.
Aouni: x rni.i.Y or tirniHiNo ani
srAiiu.iTV or liiu-iini.ic.
Itt-prcs.'llliitlvrH (if tlm elotprmnrht ntiil
l'tli-iuls In Cultures :xirrM
siu.r dki hnsi:.
I'ut Ciillen nr Koolnil Sujs III' Vn l'orreit
Patrick Cullcn, the man who
shot and killed a Chinaman at
Koolau Friday noon, was brought
to town Saturday evening by
Deputy-Marshal Brown and lodged
in jail. Cullen's crime was the re-
Minister Thurston It is an ill- suit of drinking. It being Chinese
conceived piece of folly, with no New Year he had visited several of
possibility of success, against the his brown friends and drank sam
Government, I think the Govern-' slut. His last victim refused hi u
nient will take such measures and the liquor whereupon he drew a re-
will teach such a lesson there will be 1 volvcr and fired. The ball entered
ceive further encouraircuii
abroad. So far as the Hawaiian against Culleir is murder. He
WHAT OPPONENTS SAY.
rAi'i'.u ami i-Euri.i: unci
1.1 ki: Tin: niu'ititi.ic.
, It. Cornwall nml dan Nirrck(1
Th Latter felrny "Kxniiillier"
cacli such a lesson tliere will be 1 voiver auu nreci. 1 ue unit enterea
danger of a repetition of the! the right breast of the Chinaman
unless they (the rebels) re- and came out on the other side,
further encouragement from 1 proving at once fatal. The charge
J. F. Jlaeltfeld, roiiHiil for Germany
h nl n cdtinlo hundred callers ut noun
today lie etiterriiued tlio diplomatic
corps, (ln eminent itlioinls, tlm 1111I1U
ry commission tneiitlieis mid business
men ami friends. Mr, Huckfeld Iiail
caused to bo spread a linn lunch ami the
health of tlio Enipror was toasted will,
champagne. The Republic hand pluyed
during lliu noon hour.
Hi.i Utile (lliiiil.
Mlni-ter Hitch was in harness ton
minutes afler Ills leturn jeelerday. He
nccoinpli-hed nmch for Hawaii on the
coast. Mr. Hitch was looking into
cible and liilur ui liters. Ho believes
that tile aniiexiliuu cause is stronger
than ever bofoio.
I'rniii tlm Mountain.
Newell Iteeman, whose' "home is in
the Salt Luke', is visit! g the Islands.
Mr. lleeman is a piimeei of Wyoming
theblatu ;il joiiiuiK Utah; He is here
on business as well us pleasure nod tiny
make some investments. In the mount
ains Mr. ltei'in 111 Iris merchandising
live block aud co.il mine interest.
Jnllli II. Iliill;lillllt.
San FramUco Chronicle.
John l'. Spieckcls, owner of tlio Ala
meda, cuild scarcely credit thu report
when ho heard that Hawaii's troops had
taken possession of the Alameda.
"l'liey Irid no hmim-bs on hoard," said
Mr. Spri-ckels. "Why didn't you run
the Ameiieaii ling up and order them
off," said lie In Captain Mori-e.
'Tii II ig was tliere," replied the cap
toin signlUc-iully, "hut Mr. Irwin told
1notl1.il the easiest way out of the trouble
was tlie I 'Ho I, audio get through and
Thin U 11 l.lln-l
San Francisco Chronicle.
Attorney Ueneralof New South Wales,
who was one of tho passengers on tlio
hteamer, was very indignant ut the
treatment of thoe on boaid.
"Wliy," fald he, "there weio n lot of
barefooted mid black-faced fellows conio
a board tlieie with inutkets whieli tlio
did not know how to handle and took
tiosscssiou of t lie steamer.
I'lie men aboard tho ship were soldieia
aiul uuuoriueii ponce. J
I'lllic-rill 11 C. O, Herder.
The funeral of the late C. O.
Berger took place from the Cathe
dral Sunday afternoon. Rev. Alex
ander Mackintosh conducted the
servire. The pallbearers were:
Paul Neumann, W. G. Irwin
George W. Macfarlaue, W. M.
Gifiard, T. G. Spencer, Kd. Sulir
and H. Focke. The remains were
interred in Nutianu cemetery.
W. N.' Annstiong is back more
than willing to extend all the aid in
his power to the Government. He
had intended c'orltinultig to New
York. Mr, Armstrong says Cleve
land will "catch it" aud that es'ery
body will now see that the Republic
is a substantial Government.
Government is concerned it is able
to.proteet itself without any' foreign
Consul Clias. T Wilder It was
a most ill-advised rising, aud will
have, a disastrous ending for those
who participated in it. The lead
ers will be punished with the
greatest rigor, aud several of will
Minister F. M. Hatch It was
with extreme regret that I heard of
the foolhardy uprising against the
Government in Honolulu. I am
glad that no American man-of-war
has been at the islands for, six
months. It has given an oppor
tunity to the executive department
of the Government to demonstrate
to the world that it is the master of
the situation aud that it docs not
depend on any outside aid.
Senator Frye's resolution Re
solved, That the Senate learns with
profound regret the attempt to re
store a deposed queen to power in
the Hawaiian Islands, and extends
to the young Republic the warmest
sympathy in her efforts to suppress
Senator Frye to Senator George,
who objected God may forgive
the Senator, but I do not believe
the American people will.
Senator Lodge The administra
tion is prejudiced against Hawaii.
Senator Kyle How are we to
protect American citizens in Ha
waii with our ships at San Fran
Senator Allison We are sending
our warships to Madagascar.
Representative Boutelle I know
there is scarcely an atom of sympa
thy in the country for our policy
which has proceeded the uprising.
San Francisco Chronicle That
this revolution was causeless and
senseless is apparent. The rebels
have nothing to expect but defeat,
and after that condign punishment.
New York Sun The warning
uttered by Admiral Walker has
been more than justified by the
San Francisco Bulletin The out
break has merely served to adver
tise the weakness of the Royalist
cause aud the strength of the Re
TI1IA III) IlllSlNICsS.
A "M'liAIC KASV,"
claims he was searching for arms
and that he shot in self-defense.
Ml!. CLEVELAND'S SAY.
UN I lltlW.Y INDKI'KNIIKNT"
A IIIKKKIN COUMIIY"
Stnteia III I'onllluii Oil It.! Cluirly-In.
fttriit'lliiiiH 'In tli Aillilll'Hl uml
Setfinl flutters are CuimlcU'retl b) til.
A meeting of the officers of the
Citizens' Guard was held at the
American League hall Saturday
night. Captain F. B. McStocker
presided. After discussion a com
tnittce was appointed to urait a
resolution upon the topic of the
hour to be presented to the Execu
tive if found to be necessary. The
committee consists of the following
gentlemen; F. J. I.owrey, C. B.
Itiplcy, George P. Castle, T. B.
Murray aud J. V. Simonson.
Following this a conference com
mittee was selected to advise with
the Executive if anything should
arise to make conferences desirable
on the part ol the heads of the Gov
ernment. Messrs. C. H. Riplev, C,
A. Brown, Fred. J. Lowrey, J. S,
B. Pratt and T. B. Murray compose I
It was decided in the reorganiza-
1011 ot squads ol the Citizens t
Guard to let each sqt a 1 elect it's
own officers, i. e., a sc geant and
two corporals. These officers in
turn will elect line officers.
The final business of the evening
was the appointment of a committee
on memorial for the late Charles L.
Carter, who was a member of the
Citizens' Guard and fell while on
duty. This Committee is as fol
lows: Charles M. Cooke, Theodore
F. Lansing, C. Bolte, William H.
Hoogs and A. Waerrick.
Iliillnay Iron Wurk.
The truss bars, brake rods and
other wrought iron work for the
first ten cars of the new equipment
of the Oahu Railway & Laud Co.
have just been finished at the shops
oi the Hawaiian Carnage Mlg. Co,
Every bar, rod and pin were fitted
exactly to their places before being
sent to the car builder, not a single
alteration being required. Experts
pronounce these forgiugs equal to
those of the best railroad shops 111
President Cleveland No infor
mation has been received which in
dicates that anything will happen
in Hawaii making the presence of
one of our naval vessels necessarv,
unless we arc prepared to cuter up
on a policy and course of conduct
violative of every rule of internat
ional law and utterly unjustifiable.
All who take any interest in the
question should keep in view the
fact that Hawaii is entirely inde
pendent of us and that 1:1 its re
lations to us it is a foreign country.
A warship has been sent to Hon
olulu, not because there has been
any chauge in the policy of the
Administration, and not because
there seems to be any imminent
necessity for its presence there.
The vessel has been sent there in
accordance with the policy of the
Administration 111 every case of
the kind and from motives of ex
treme caution aud wit h a possibil
ity that the disturbances may be
resumed, which might result in
danger to the persons and property
of American citizens entitled to the
protection of the United States.
Herbert to Beardslee Your pur
pose as the united btates senior
naval officer there will be the pro
tection of the lives and property of
American citizens. In case of civil
war in the islands extend no aid nor
support, moral or physical, to any
of the parties engaged therein, but
keep steadily in view your duty to
protect the lives and property of all
such citizens of the United States,
as shall not by their participation
in such civil commotions forfeit
their rights in that regard to the
protection of the American flag. An
American citizen who, during a
revolution in a foreign country,
participates in any attempt by force
ol arms or violence to maintain or
overthrow the existing Govern
ment, cannot claim that the Gov
ernment of the United States shall
protect him against the consequences
of such act.
Gresham to Willis Although
your telegram reporting the upris
ing.of January 6th does not indicate
that you regard the presence of a
warship necessary, the President
deems it advisable that one proceed
immediately to Honolulu for the
protection of American citizens and
property, should a contingency
arise requiring it.
Looking Kur a Canoe.
All the San Francisco papers say
that Captain Morse of the Alameda
was keeping a lookout alter leaving
port during the revolution with the
hope of picking up from a canoe
Carl Widemann, one ot tue rebel
ANTONK AT LAST.
W. H. Corn well remains in San
Francisco to escape arrest here. In
an interview he says: That the
present Government continues to
be unpopular is an (indisputable
fact, and it always will be with the
Hawaiian people. They have
failed in this, their last
attempt to regain their country;
but I know they will keep on try
ing. SucUincu as Thurston tattglu
them the art of revolution in 1887,
and we have been having revolu
tions ever since, and will have them
so long as the present Government
is in power. If Wilcox is executed
the natives will burn plantations
and pillage Honolulu.
San Francisco Examiner The
situation on the islands will not be
satisfactory, however, even if a
semblance of peace can be restored
and maintained. The present Gov
ernment rests on too narrow a
foundation to be stable.
When Liliuokalaui intimated
that the leaders of the revolution by
which she had been delivered
ought to be beheaded our Govern
ment promptly broke off negotia
tions with her, and she was de
nounced by a humane and enlight
ened press as a bloodthirsty savage.
We observe that the benevolent
missionary government of the new
Republic now proposes to execute
the leaders of the royalist uprising
as soon as it can catch them. What
was bloodthirsty savagery in Liliuo
kalaui is judicious severity in Presi
Clans Spreckels It is a sham
republic and those, who are con
cerned are working the matter only
as a speculation, pure and simple,
hoping to sell their real estate at. a
high price. They expect to be
able to do that.
yr.nt 1U a ni:tsiikm.
Cleveland bicycles arc good bicy
The officers of the Philadelphia
were preparing to entertain friends
when ordered to sea.
Fort street was thronged with
people shortly after the arrival of
the Australia last night.
The sleaincr Australia brought n
large amount of groceries for Guy s
cash store 011 Hotel street.
By the Australia it was learned
from Seattle that George R. Castle
is greatly improved in health.
Reports from Vancouver are to
the effect that the schooner Norma
has opium aboard for the Hawaiian
"Billy" Aldrich says the trouble
in this country has just begun.
"Billy" is at a safe distance while
The San Francisco Chamber of
Commerce promptly passed resolu
tions urging that a warship be sent
If you want to buy, sell or ex
change stamps, goto johuT.Brown,
No. 4, Masonic Temple, Alakea
street. Box 441.
The opium found on the Australia
was turned over to the Custom
House authorities by Captain
Houdlette Sunday night.
Steward James of the Australia
found a valise aboard ship contain
ing forty pounds of opium shortly
after leaving San Francisco.
One thousand stand of arms and
one hundred thousand rounds of
ammunition came down on the
Australia for the Government.
Fine pleasure boats for ladies
and gentlemen at the new Hawa
iian Boat House, foot of Richard
street. Moonlight boating parties,
n halmill Near the Smltli
The notorious Eureka House,
uiauaged by Bob ltobinson, was
raided Saturday night. Seven
drunken sailors were pulled out of
the den and locked up. The police
puslied on to find out how the men
got their liquor. In a back room
they came upon a small siz d
saloon operated by one. Gustave
Abrainsen, a Norwegians llle had
whiskey, beer, gin aud saki, and
was dealing it out at a profit.
Abrainsen was "locked up and his
liquors seized. Sunday morning
the sailors were liberated after
promising to sin no more.
' at' .
R. R. Hind and family, of Ha
waii, returned by the Australia
after spending several months
William Waterhou.se, of Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, sou of the late John
Thomas Waterhouse, arrived by
the Australia last night.
Captain John Good, Jr., was
met at the Oceanic dock Sunday
evening by a host of friends. The
Captain is greatly unproved but
not so stout as lie used to be.
Attorney Ilona Now In Jail on Sertoli.
Antone Rosa who was commis
sioned an associate judge by Mrs.
Dotninis under her would-be re
gime, was arrested Sunday morning
and lodged in jail. Since the
trouble began, evidence against
Rosa has been very direct and his
detention was early decided upon.
Through the courtesy of the Mili
tary Commission, however, he was
extended his liberty so as to appear
in Court. It will be remembered
that Rosa's beach house, Kaalawai,
was occupied by the rebels Satur
day, Saturday night, Sunday and
Sunday night prior to the outbreaR,
and that all the planning was done
in that quarter.
A nlnce to spend a few nuiet hours is
the llaniwal Hatha. Wuikiki cars pass
Washington, Jan. 15. Senti
nient 111 both houses is against
leasing one of the Hawaiian Islands
to England for cable purposes
Several members of Congress are
preparing bills favoring an Amen
ltKNTON At Kohala. Hawaii, on Janu
ary 18, Ibin. to the wife of II K Ken
ton, a tl.iuglilrr.
Or.Ait-ln this city. January 20, 1895. to
the-wire of A. V. near, a iau!iiier.
Atwateu In this city. January 27,
IbliB. to the wlfo of W, U. Atwnter,
London, Jan, 17. The Duke of
Argyll, who fainted Tuesday night
while speaking at Glasgow, has an
nounced his retirement from public
in oi.di:n times.
Peoplo overlooked the importance of
permanently beneficial effects and were
sutistled with transient action; but now
that it is irenerallv know 111 at Syrun o
Fit's will nernmiientur cure habitual
constipation, well-Informed people will
not buy other laxatives, which act lor
time, but nnuuy injure tlie system.
He U n Cnn.rviitlve anil win. Chosen
Paris Jan. 16. Francis Felix
raure, becretary oi the Navy in
the Depuy Cabinet, was yesterday
elected President of the French re
public, beating M. Urisson, who
had been regarded as Casimir-Per-ier's
M. Fattre has been prominent in
business and politics for many
years. He is from Havre,
where he was long known as a
leading ship-owner, and likewise
the proprietor of extensive tanner
ies. He represented the Third
.District of Havre in the Chamber
ot 1881, and tilled the office of
Under Secretary of the Colonies
under Ganibetta till the fall of the
latter in January, 1882. He re
sumed the same post in the Minis
try of Jules I-erry, and discharged
its duties till that statesman resinn
ed in 1885; at that time he was
generally regarded by the Chamber
as the highest authority on colonial
matters. Since then he has figured
as the representative of the Seine
Infeneure, and his speeches have
always commanded the attention
of the House by their clearness and
logic. He is not unknown in let
ters, and works of his on scientific
topics have bcerf highly com
At this distance it would seem
that M. Faure s election is a victory
of the moderate 'Republicans over
the radical Republicans as repre
euted by Bnsson.
Johnson, a fireman on the Ala
meda, has lost thirty tins of opium.
He was unable to land it here on
the last voyage. It was found bv
fficcrs in San Francisco. Tohusou
On Dec. 9th Robert G. Wilcox
wrote to Caesar Celso Moreno at
Washington that the foreigner was
wanted here to be premier of the
new Government. In the note
'Bob" says he hopes for an alliance
with China aud that the Hawaiians
will certainly overthrow the "mis
A Montana (lol.t rocket.
Commissioner Merrill, who Is ono of the
owners of tho Liverpool silver mine, 10
miles from Helena, tola a stningo story 01
tlio flndhiK of crystallized gold, which 11
lustrntes tho ouror luck of men engaged
In mining, and how closo n call ho bud In
tho Undine or itolu lilmsrir.
"I was nilnlnu m tlio bt. Louis guicnr
bo said, "and hod got down four feet of
tlio soveii rcquln-a to reiicii tno pocKct,
when I went uwuy to another locality to
work some claims I had there. Tho stage
rumbled in tho next night, and a fellow
now from tho States cot on. Ho ilIUiv
known thluguliout niliilngund had never
seen a mine, hut ho went out tho next
morning, bought a pick aim pan ana
shovel and 'btruck out for the hills.
"Hoktunibled that day on my prospect
nolo, and without 11 wonl went to worn.
Well, ho only dug three feet till ho struck
a pocket, afterwurd celebrated m tho Undo
Sam's pocket, from which ho took $00,000
worth of gold. Mark you, ho didn't get
moro than a third oriKpiartcr of what tho
crystallized golil was worth, lloiua not
know that Itwns worth thrcoorfour times
as much as ordinary gold. Ho took It to
T. O. Klclnclismldt. Tho latter, with his
experience, saw at oneo what It was and
snapped It up. The pocket was In the
shapo of a pumpkin soed. 5 feet long, 8
feet high, and alxmt 0 Inches wide In its
widest part. It was pretty full of gold and
inado a bouanzn for Brown." San Frou
Robert Boyd, who has been un
der arrest charged with conspiracy
to overthrow the Government, has
been released. Evidence was in
sufficient. The class of the Aloha branch of
Theosophy will meet at 109 King
street this evening and on each
Monday evening following. All
B. K. Denbigh is here with a
small Cook tourist party. Others
were kept away by the revolution.
A second excursion will be here
ALL ALONU TIIK DOCKS.
Australia u.vaiii.i: to t.iMvi: unit
1'II.OT (!( ON THIS Tltll'.
Tlie Tolna Now In H)lney .M.itenirnL
of Sailing Ve.nel Mini
A Sen.lble Improvement.
Extrnct from catalogue of leading li
brary: "lu thu novels and btories mark
ed with au asterisk tlio happy couples
got married at the finish." Chronlk
"I am thankful," observed tho two
headed girl as she drew her salary at
tho box office, "that I nm not as others
mo." Detroit Trlbuuo.
The Chinese wash house 011
Beretania street near Emma caught
fire at 5:30 p. m. Sunday. The
department turned out and the
blaze was quickly extinguished.
The following officers for the
Paukaa Sugar Company have been
elected for the ensu'iig year, J. B.
Atherton, President; E. O. White,
Vice President, A. C. Lovekin,
Treasurer: P. C. Jones, Auditor:
E. F. Bishop, secretary.
Edmund Russell has recently Paid somr
very clever things concerning the vulgnr
Ity and refinement nf jewels. Ho main
tains that when they fit the particular
woman who wears them tuey nro beauti
ful, but otherwise tbey are a vulgar adver
tisement of thu husbaud's business. True
refinement, liana)., will not come until the
secret of making gems by chemical forma
tion has been discovered. Then tbey will
bo combined and worn according to their
beauty nml art, notuccordiug to their size
ami dazzling qualities, l'eoplo will sayi
uOh, I no longer wear my necklace since
tlicy liavo nail illamomi uoorKnoes on tne
Oat house ouiKisile. I now wear this wu.i-
dt-rful piece of flligrra I had in my drawer
j long ami tliouglit notning or,'
Since they have becu using diamonds as
heudllghts on the cable cars I have
brought out those Joyporo enamcw Irom
India that they wanted me to lend to the
The five stones lor men's wear, ho snys,
are tho clirysoueryl catseyc. Alexan
drite, cinnamon diamond, star ruby and
star sapphire. A woman should decide on
a colored stone suiting ncr type unu men
wear it with colorless gems us a back
ground. Colored stones, he maintains,
should never bo mlxeil.
I'laln women, according to this author
ity, should wear Interesting things, all
tlqucs, curios and what he calls "gro
tesques." For street wear nothing better
than Japanese gold and brouzo ornaments
are to be found. New York Evening
That consumption was contagious was
an old theory. and the Spaniards, centuries
ago, were in the habit of destroying the
bedding and belongings of consumptives,
and In some cases even the house in which
they lived, for fear of the spreading of the
Dlanue. That It Is not very actively con
taglous is proved sufllciently by the fact
that tho Unellers lu cities ore alive at all,
for statistics prove that from oue-tenth to
oile-flfth of nil the deaths in large cities
are due directly or Indirectly to the ul
euse, uml that cniisequmtly a number ol
sufferers from the disease must be present
la every large gathering of people. Kx
cept In the later stages the patient Is not
confined to his bed. He mingles in nil so
cial and Industrial avocations of life. Not
lufrenueiitlv he is "the life of the party'
or tho "hardest worker of the ofllce." In
the present state of society, at least, such
men cannot be condemned to a leper ramp
nor Bent against their wills to a sanita
rium, however excellent. Baltimore Bun
Lion. In Itepoce.
When at last the Unu nulled up. he trot
ted slowly back to his comrade, and then
they both lay down on the bare, open
ground, with their masjivo paws out
stretched, their heads held high, aud their
mouths half open, with their tongues 1011
lag out. for It was u very hot day.
They lay oliuost exactly lu the position
of Uindseer's lions In Trafalgar Square,
and It Is quite a mistake to say that that
great artist has made 1111 error in repre
senting nous lying with their rorepaw
straight out like a dog. When on the alert,
n lion always lies like this, and only bends
his paws Inward like u cat when resting
thoroughly ot his ease. Selous' Travels
and Adventures 111 boumeast Ainca.
The Australia brought a light
cargo, only 800 tons.
A large shark was seen off the
cattle pen Sunday morning.
The Australia will sail for San
Francisco at 4 p. 111. Wednesday.
The Paul Isenberg will leave
next Wednesday for San Francisco.
The Alameda was nearly a day
overdue at San Francisco. She left
here one day late.
The Bryant reached San Fran
cisco oil the lath 111st and the
Transit on the 21st, both from this
The Miowera sailed at s o'clock
Saturday evening for Sydney; one
The Iwalaui, James Makee, Ke
Au IIou and Mikahala arrived Sun
day morning from Kauai.
The Pele from Kauai and the
Cummins from Waimanalo both
reached port Sunday night.
The German and English mer
chantmen in port flew their bunting
Sunday, in honor of the birthday
of the Emperor of Germany.
The S. G. Wilder sailed for San
Francisco Saturday afternoon. She
was taken out by the mate as Cap
tain Schmidt is still sick at the
The claudine brought 11,119
bags of sugar yesterday. Besides
she had aboard 49 head of cattle,
20 head of hogs and a number of
Count and Countess Festetics
have reached Sydney in the Tolna.
The cruise around the world is
soon to be resumed, tueuount
was not even ill when he was re
ported dead in Tahiti.
The Claudine arrived from Maui
and Hawaii at 4:30 p. m. Sunday,
twelve hours late. Her detention
was due to extremely rough seas
on both islands. She left Maui
Sunday morning. When the
Claudine entered port it was seen
that she was loaded below the
atcr line. A heavy cargo of sugar
and cattle was brought down. Her
live stock was" in excellent condition.
TheS. S. Australia, H. C. Houd
lette, commander, left San Fran
oisco, January 21, 1895, at 10 a. m.
ith 62 cabin and 36 steerage pas
sengers and 29 bags ot man.
Experienced heavy S. E. gale and
rough sea until 23rd. Weather
clear and fine until 25th. Heavy
N. W. swell until Junuary 26
at 6 p. m; hence to port Hue weather.
anuary 26 at 10:30 a. m. passed 4
masted schooner bound to the coast.
Arrived at Honolulu January 27 at
The Australia sailed from San
rancisco nearly two days late.
She was on the dry dock when it
was found necessary to replace a
shaft. This with other slight re
pairs served to detain her four days
ustead of two. On leaving ban
'raucisco harbor it was very rough,
much so that the Australia
failed to land Pilot F. W. Jordan
who brought her outside. As a
consequence Captain Jordan is an
unexpected visitor to Honolulu.
However, he was taken right 111
by thcpilot fraternity last night
and seems to feel at home. Cap
tain Jordan will rteurn with the
Junior Partuer Well, I think (puff) I'll
go out lu tlie trade and bob If I can get
tew orders (liuff, pull).
Senior Partner That's right. Don't fall
to take along soma of those cigars you
moke and olfer them around.
Junior Partner What forf
Senior Partner So tho buyers will ill
before they have time to cancel the orders.
Clothier uud t urulnhcr.
Htmr CIsiKlTiie. Cameron, for JIsul
Stmr Klunii, Clarke, for Mmil nml
imi'outs ami -insiint:i:,.
Ex (.'Iniidino from Maul, Jan 27
11,1 ID bags sugar, 8 bags corn, 1!J0 bpt
spuds, 1H bugs l( nil", '.'U hogs
'A bills hides and 2.! pkgs sun
dries. Ex Mikaludii from Kiumi, Jan S7
fiOOO bags sugar, 16 bills hides mid H
pnekages slimlries and ol) bags ia.
Ex Iwnlanl fioin Makaweli, Jnli
ISO.'! bigs sugar.
Ex James .Makee from Kuiiai, Jim -7
IMi.m bags sugar.
Ex Ku Au Hon from Ha wall, .Ian 27
lib!) bags sugar nml 70 green hides.
A'ofioa to iha Public.
JJULHJ". ltini. n. bird tlms
Slnlih kfM taken toup of Til. bowe. on tho
rnuita. So tit Is your II e If ym want In
we lbs I'all, the Cins or any other part nf
ihel.lsiKl. II me. ami Wactmetlvs mn tm
had at n MiHAlleliMrtfeftt
HMITllV llt'H HTAHI.B,
, , Kl g Strtut, lluunlBl .
Telephone 4K J o-dt
rc u:min vj--.i-.lls i:m-i.i.i i.ii
Rcli Mnld of Orb-mis, 8111 Kran (KTah) Due
Hchr llob't Loners, I torn H K. Due
llktu KHMtat, I'l (Inmble, Jan -JO
Ktmr Mionera Vniieimver Jnn 21
H H Aiitinlla, Houdlette, H V Jnn
Phln II 1-Mllado, I.Im-11-i..I. .bin IV?
Shin Kcnlhvnrth. from J. K Feb I
llklu Mary Whikeliiinn, Ken rustle. 1-eb 10
t-chr KhigCyru, '.'eall(" I'eb 10
Hrlir flolilen .Shore, Neweatlo l-Vb tfl
Ilk Harry MiM-ve, Newcastle, ' Feb 1!)
Schr Oivunle Vniiee, N'mu-avtle Mnrfi
VLSSLI.x IN I'Oltr. ,
(Coasters not included In this lUt.)
Haw bk It. 1'. Itithet, from R F.
t-chr Alice Cooke, l'eiiiia'low Fort Towiirtnd
Ilk Andrew Welch, from S F.
H ."" Ca-tle, HubUird, H. F.
(ler Ilk l.hia Hongkong.
Si-hr Aloha, San l-rniicwo,
Ilk Ili-Micr, Snd.L'1-gn n, Newcastle.
Ilk Fan) Isenberg, llrettien.
Ilk Cli rles 11 Kenny, Anderson, N'aiiahuo.
Sell Win llovi-ilin, Nort castle,
Itktn Planter, llmlorwiHid, Lavsau Dlaud
Nor ship Olnttlvor, William!, N'eHca-lle
Am sell lAiiian D Foxier, Drejer, Newcastle
Hktn H (I iVildi r, Schmidt, Kan Fran
Am bk Konom.i. S'enrnstlu
Ilk Sumatra. Horry. IIllo
Am bktn Dimoiiil. N'eilon, Salt Fran'
Am sell Koltert Searles. Newcastle,
AT NKHIIIIIOIIIMI I'OHTH.
IlrlgJ. D. Spn-kels, ChrMlonsoii. e. K.
Am sen .unry inside, iierguiar, iintioiniu
Ilrlgtu ConMioIln, .laciiliseu, fruiu H F.
Am bk Lcahl, Tyson, from New castle.
Uritr I.urline. l'eferson. S. F.
Am bk Amite Johnson. S F.
Havo received ourflrst cargo
from the great North West.
Having been there for the past
two months wo are satisfied that
is the country to get Hay, (3 ruin,
Feed, Flour, etc. In fact it is
headquarters for merchandise in
our line. On tlio bark Oakland
just arrived wo liavesomo of that
Timothy Hay such us is used in
tlio States try a bale or two, it
ischca'i and good, mid will put
new life in jour horses, and
tjoniu East Washington Wheat
liny and fresh Alfalfa, choice
Surprise, nnd No. 1 Feed Oats,
Hurley, Uollcil Hurley (puro and
simple), Bran, Middlings, Wheat
and everything cln- found in n
llrst-chiss Feed Store, and tlie
prices uro nway down. Tlio
nro strictly in it. We aro at the
old place, foot of Niliianu street.
Our telephones aro 121.
Firewood, sawed and xplit,
$12.00 er mill, delivered to
an; Hrl of tlie city free of
icing .v- wKioirr,
JUcoliun of dJlcer.
Al tho niiniisl meeting of the Paukaa
"nun Company, held this dy, tho fol.
lowing named ere elected us olllceis
of the Compiiiy for the ensuing yonr,
J. 11. Atlerton. Est President
h. O. White. Em,. ...Vice Priilnt
A. l Uittrkin, Fi 'ireftMitcr
P. C. Jonos, Km). Auditor
E. F. Hudiop, Secretory
E F. UlsilOl'.
Seriotnry, Paukan Sueur Co.
Honolulu, Jimiitri SStli, 18DV
BERNICE PAUAHI BISHOP MUSEUM
This JIuspiiui will he open Friday nnd
Saturday from 10 n. in. to 4 n. in. mull
otherwise ordered by the Tnisti.
w M. T. 111EIUJIA.M,
The Adjaurnod Annual Meeting of
tho P topic's IctiuiiJ Itefrigerattng Com
pany will U held nt the rooms of tluj
Chamber uf Commeic.i THURSDAY,
January 31, til 10 o'clock, a. in. A full
attendance is tlctlrrd as biuinfss of
Importance Is lo como before thu ineit-I'll-'.
J. H. FISIIEK.
r'0 3t Seciewry.
FOR A SHORT TIMS ONLY.
MR. E. W. HEGG,
Ci-isyon Artist ....
.... On :i visit to the
Islands, will, for a short time only.
offer his services to tho Honolulu public
witn liiniluuarters at U iu.lAJls'.
Cill and seo Samples.
WILLIAMS' ART GALLERY.
Having resumed business nml taken
advantage of the past two uioks in
renovate our studio wo are better pro-
liared than-over to fill orders for views
of ancient Hawaii and, of the itirrlug
events of the Into troubles. Portraits
if tlio leading characters n specialty.
Uur portrait ileii u liiient is oienor
engagements, nnd our work, ns in the
past will lie up to all ot the modern nu
vanceineuts in our line.
From San Francisco, per stmr Aus.
trnlia. Jan 27 Captain L. Ahlliorn. W
Armstrong, tieo Arnot and wife,
Nuwell IJeemnn. Elmer E Drown nnd
wire, E E Drown. Mrs W II Dallev,
Miss Dalley, M S Curry, Miss M Curry,
MissCoruwell, Miss M E Dickson, UK
Denbigh. Hugh IvIboii, l-.dwm bliaw.
Captain Jordan, Jus A Wilder, Mrs
Admiral lieardsiee, hiss uoigauo, airs
P Wer licit, child and maid. Mrs Ueo
: Falrchild. Miss Faircluld. Cant John
O od, Miss (Irnhain, II Hofker, Koht II
lliud mid wire, w i' Harrison, r 31
Hatch nml wifo, Miss Hatch, F F Hum-
ltou. A II J nines and wife. Miss lvaulf
man It U l.elgli and who and i ser
vants, It U Monteagle, hdward Pearse
and wife, N Redmond, J O Rothwell,
II M Btaats and wife. S II Selano. C
Stneckle, Charles rruncis Sawyer, Col
Teed. W Waterhouse, W 11 Whee
lock, Miss Dell Vida, Mrs M J Drown,
From Maui, per stmr Claudine,
Jnn 27 Miss (, I, Wright. Master. Sam
uel Wright. Robert Oxnard. C U Klue
gal, J A Hurhoch, Koduuia, wifo and
2 children, 17 deck.
From Kauai per Mikahala, Jan 27-
Hr Wolters, A M Sproull, C F Fisher.
W M Smith, U W Kainilikane, Miss t.
Kanalke. Miss E Puui, and 17 deck
Saturday, Jan 20
Stmr Lohua, McGregor, from Molokai
SUNDAY Jan. 27
Stmr Ku Au IIou, Thompson, from
Stmr Mikahala, Haglund, from Kauai
Stmr James Makee, Peterson, from
Htmr lwalanl. freeman, from Maka
Stmr Claudine. Cameron, from Muui
8 S Australia, Houdlette, from San
Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson, frem
Ktmr Pele. McAllister, from Kauai.
Saturday, Jan 20
Hktn S O Wilder, Schmidt, from San
Stmr Ko Au IIou, Thompson for
Htmr James Makee, Peterson, for
VKSSKLS LKAVIM1 T03IOKHOW.
Tuesday, Jan 29
Stmr Mikahala, Haglund, for Kauai,
MARTHA M'CULLOCH WILLIAMG
Is one of tho famous writers who con
tribute to our now scries of Copyright' X
Read her story, "Miss Luniar.-'
El cot ion of Officers.
At tlie Annual Meeting nf the Ha
waiian Hia otitic Company held this
lay. Hie following (lentous were elect id
to serve during the coining ewr:
W in. (i. lr.vln Piosidont
'1'. May Vice President
(hidfiej Drown Treasuier
Win. W. Hall SicreUirv
John F. Hnckfeld A minor
These ollicers constitute also the Hoard
of Directors ot tlie Ooiiipiny.
W.M. W. 11 ALL,
Secretary Hawaiian Electric Cotiiiuiy.
Honolulu, jitiiuari 1-j.i,
Notice to Contractor.
Sealed proposils will be receired nt
ihe olllco of Ripley it Reynold.-., Arclu
lects, until 10 .clock n. m. on tho id
day of l ebriiaiy. lti),V and ooeiud im
mediately thereafdr for nil thu labor
mil materials required for the erection
iiid-fiill completion of in 'tub Hoiie for
tho Healaui Yacht and Do.it Club In
accordance with plans uud specifica
tions, copies of which may bo obtained
I tno Architects. 41U rort slieet.
PER ORDER OF COMMITTEE.
SHIP OWNERS, ATTENTION!
A better opnortuiiity is now offered
to t-ecuro thu most favorable terms for
1)1X1' r-'iu RlsKR than has ever been
current, l or particulars apply at once.
JOHN II, PATY,
Fiiiusia.n's Funk Ins. Co.
Election of Officers.
Notice is herehv given that nt tho
Annual Meeting of tho Hawauax Aintl
CLI.tiiuaI. Company held this day, tho
following named wero elected to serve
as tho Compin)'solliiersfor the ensuing
duties M. Cooke, Esq.. -President
K-im'l tj, Allen, E-q . ice President
O. 11. Robertson, Ivq Treasurer
T. May, E..q., Auditor
E. F. ltishop, Secretary
1'. C. Jones, Esq., ' I
T.May, E.q S- lir
II. W aterhouse, Esq., )
E. F. DlSHOP,
Secretary Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
I). ted Honolulu, JuiiUiry 21th, lbM.
This world is pretty
much a game of
draw. It takes a
rich man lo draw a
check, a pretty girl
to draw attention,
a horse to draw a
a carl, a plaster to
draw a blister, a
toper to draw a
cork, a dog fight
to draw a crowd,
to draw the trade
At a meeting of the froiiio Fruit nnd
Fibre Comiunv. Limited, held nn
Thursday, J.inuiry 17, 189 the follow-
lig ouiceis were duly elected.
1). McIasiii. President and Manager.
John Oriie,.' Vice 1'iesi.lent.
Thos. J. King Tr usurer.
John Etllnger Secietary.
Alex. Carvie Auditor.
The above elected ollicers constitute
tho Huud nf Uiiectors,
M. Mclnerny's Shoe Store
Election of Officei
A brand new, lntist model creamer,
of no gallons per hour onpaclty, Very
suitab oforn dairy outfit. Also a two
horso power gasoline engino In perfect
condition. Used only four months. Will
sell either or both at u bargain nnd will
set up if desired.
Manager Honolulu Dairy Co.
At WAIKIKI, on cir I'm niuion
PAUUIA ROAD near fertllltlnr plant.'
These lots aro very cheap nnd will I c
sold on easy terms.
Dr.siKAUix Acnv: Tiiactu near t
city and other properilvs for sale.
J1RU0E WARING & CO., "
Dealer! in Lot and Lands.-'
50J FtJHT STItEtT, '