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Twenty one Giant Powder Bombs
Formidable Ars6ml Discovered In tha
There was n sensation at police
headquarters last night, which broko
up thu dull tnonotouv of waiting for
news of Lot Lani, tliu ono missing
rebel of consequence.
Captain I'arkor came in from
Washington I'laeo, this residence of
thu ux (jut'ou, followed ly policemen
who deposited a largo gunnysack
bag on tho floor of tho Marshal's
privato ollk'o. Out of this receptacle
woro taken, ono by on, and laid on
thu table, twenty ono bombs with
fuses inserted. One was larger than
all tho others, its shell being a good
sized cocoauut. Thoro woro three iron
bombs and sixteen of commit. Tho
outfit mado a horrifying array and
all who saw it tliflciispiul tho awful
"what might have boon" if tho rebels
had got into town, and those in town
had "got to their stations" to aid
them with these anarchistic missiles.
Shortly aftor tho dolivory of tho
bombs, an express wagon camo up
heavily loaded witlf arms and am
munition. Itacnntonls woro carried
up to a room opening from tho Mar
shal's ollieo and stock being taken
thoro woro found:
Thirteen Springfield rifles,
Twoiity-otio Wiuchostor rillos,
Thirty-eight full belts of rillo cartridges,
higlit mil bolts of pistol cartridges,
Ono thousand cartridges.
A bomb was sent to Professor A.
U. Lyons tit analyze the contents and
report. Ono of those found in tho
field had giaut powder aud bird shot
Charles Clark, in custody for con
spiracy, divulged tho depository of
tho munitions of war and of anarchy.
Clark is a well-known balf-whito ami
wan captain of a voluutoor company
in Kalakaua's time, and his wifo was
a lady-in-waiting to tho ei-Queen.
lie has always been bitter and ex
treme on tho Hawaiian homo rule
side, and since Liliuoknlani's de
position has stayed most of tho time
at Washington 1'lncu.
Deputy Marshal A. M. Urowu and
Captain Parkor with four or five
mou woro detailed to search Wash
ington I'laeo. They woro supported
by rillomon stationed about tho
grounds, ami a company was hold
in roadiuoss to go to tho spot in case
1'arkur mado thu search about tho
houso with lanterns. There were
thirty armed retainers of Liliunka
lani on guard, and Parker had to
use dissimulation with thorn -as-cordiug
to his report to the Marshal
to got out agaiu with his lifo.
They mado him promise that tho
ox-(jueou would bo restored to Wash
ington Place to-morrow, and that
they themselves would not be arrest
ed that night. Parker erupt on
his hands ami knees to reach tho
depository of tho articles captured.
It was a place amongst tho shrub
bery and grass near tho driveway
leadiug to tho rear.
A JLono Natlvo on tho Trail of Lot
Senior Captain Parker despatched
a lone native unarmed at 1 o'clock
thN afternoon on thu trail of Lot
Lane, one of the rebel leaders who
is M ill at large. 'I he native, who is
a mountaineer, and one familiar
with the mountains and Vfilley, ro
cuivod instructions from Captain
Parker to go straight to the hut on
the peak in the rear of Mount Tan
talus and sound the night there.
To-morrow he will follow tho trail
leadiug down to Kailuaaud endeavor
to locate thu place to which Lane
and his followers retreated. In case
lie should sight Lane he is to return
and report to the Seuior Captain.
He has also orders to endeavor to
liud out how many men are with
Lane. Tho man carried enough
provisions to last him two days, lie
wanted to carry a rillo but his re
quest was denied.
TWO YEAUS TO-DAY
formerly charged with conspiracy.
Held for investigation T. E.
Evans and Arthur Fitzgerald.
Tho following arrests for con
spiracy were made this morning, tho
first four being found at Washing
ton Placo: Joseph Heloluhn, W. P.
Kaae, Kdw. Ting Sing, Win. Ahia,
Sam. Hola, J no. Mokuhia, Muina
lulu, Kupouo, J no. Aea, Mooaloha,
Sam. Kekaha, Wm, Bill, .Ino. Ka-wa,
Kawohioualaui, Makauahoa, Maiu,
Henry Rogers, Daniel Kauaua,
Waioa. Jack Nniwi, Pahukoa, Hola
Htiihui, Bon Maole, Wm. Oili, Wm.
Kauakaole, Keliikauakaolo, J no. Pa
kolaui, Sol. Kapiioha, J. Kaina,
Wohia, Oputiui, J. Kukalahiwa, Ko
amanu, Win. Hakalaau, Kaauwai,
Kuaiwa, Hiram Kauhane, Kaia, Sam.
Ahia, Koamalu, Wm. Opuuui, Wole
wole, D. K. Koa.
All tho prisoners under arrest for
conspiracy were taken to tho bar
racks. Thomas E. Evans, who has boon
engaged in a Japanese labor immi
gration agency for some time, was
arrested last night and held for in
vestigation Efaus was badly broken
up by tho position in which ho was
placed, llo was sent to Oahu Jail.
Since tho foregoing tho following
arrests have been made:
Treason P O. Camarinos, of tho
California Emit Market; 11 irry Tal
bot, a native s-ulor, and ICiuLahi.
Tho laH named wa- previously en
tered as a prisoner of war.
Conspiracy W. F. Jtoynolil, of
the Golden Rule Hizaar, and H nry
Thu Iron Bemud,
Thirteen Prisoners Produced Be
foe a Military Commission,
Defendants Are Allowed Counsel and
lime to Consult Therewith,
LOCAL AND OENEBAL NKWS
"Tho best bicycle" is mentioned
Head the "jiuro milk" advertise
ment of the Wainl.no Ranch.
IiiBpoctor-Oenoral Atkinson post
pones tho teachers' examinations in
Handicraft for December has
boon received from tho Kameha
molia School press.
Tho S. S. Arawa was 7 days and
13 hours on her yoyago from this
port to San Francisco.
II. Jaouou, whoso card appears
elsewhere, will do any kind of re
pairs required to firearms.
Tho postponed monthly meeting
of tho Pioneer Building A: Loan As
sociatiuu will bu held on Monday
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 60
cents per night; $1 and $1.25 per
if. X- Chrurronl
IS Yoars With Salt Ithoum
J. C. White and O. L. Hitman,
proprietors of tho National Iron
Works, woro arrested yesterday af tor
noon. There had been clear evi
dence discovered that the iron bombs
of thu rebels were made at their
workshops. Tho wooden model for
them, which had been turned in a
Chinese cabinet shop, had been
seized, also tho drawing therefor oil
the back of a piece of sandpaper,
and a rejected casting.
Tho prisoners say in their own be
half that the order was given for
the nrticles as ornaments for an iron
feuco. U. F. Bertulmaun gavo thu
ordur. There was a great deal of
surprise expressed about town ami
at the station, that Messrs. White
and Rittnan should have been
brought under suspicion of being
implicated in the worst phase of the
A Hungry Squad.
H. M. Dow and two comrades
were guarding tho Pali tho other
day and, while getting some eatables
at tho road service tool house, a
splendid lunch with Mrs. S. M.
Damon's card arrived by express.
They had just laid out au assort
ment of tho good things and eaten a
portion, when Cecil Browu and W.
H. Rice, with 12 or 15 men, arrived
from Makaptiu Point, all as hungry
as bears. Tho way tho fowls woro
dismembered and disappeared, to
gether with thu hard-boiled eggs
and other viands, was a sight that
killed all hunger in the guardsmen
for tho rest of their watch.
A Otvy Youmk KhIioI.
Louis Marshall is thu lifo of tho
crowd. Tho following conversation
took place between tho Marshal and
Marshal Hitchcock -What coun
tryman are you?
Hitchcock You're a lino speci
men of a Britisher.
Marshall What couutryniau aro
Marshall Well, you're a beauty.
Othor Uapturoa ot Anna.
W. P. O'Brien with three
Anniversary of tho Formation of tho
To-day, .Ian. 17, being tho second
anniversary of the existence of the
present Government, as succeeding
tho Provisional Government, a salute
of twentv-ono trims was fired from
the barracks at noon. The lluis over
"'all thu Government buildings wure
Jff llyinjf to tho breeze to-day. Ah tho
day hour tho Government baud, un
der Prof. Bergor, Btatiouud in the
baud stand in tho Executive build
ing yard playod "Tho Ropublio of
Hawaii." The day is not a uatioual
holiday. Thu bharpshootors will
observe the occasion with a dinner
searched some houses at Kalihi yes
terday. At C. T. Gulick's he seized
five rillos, two pistols and SOU rounds
of cartridges. A. Fernandez's house
yielded three guns, one pistol and
(JO rounds of ammunition. A box
of cartridges was found iu Richard
Autono's houso. Manuol Brito's
rendered one guu, one rillo, ono pis
told and 25 cartridges. At George
Houghtailiiig's were found a shot
gun and a toy pistol.
The members of the native polico
force had a luau yesterday evening.
The arms and ammunition which
Charles Bartow was to hand over
to thu auth irities yesterday did not
materialize, as they bad been re
moved. All the volunteer military com
panies were discharged from active
service yesterday evening.
The native police are again in
charge of the cily.
Sambo and Arthur Fitzgerald
have been released. It is believed
by the authorities that these two
wanted imprisonment for tho pur
pose of enjoying free board and
All the native prisoners, excepting
the leaders, were taken to the bar
racks from the Polico Station this
afternoon under guard of police
Captain Hookano of the polico
force weighs 2(11 pounds instead of
220 n reported yesterday.
A faleu report was circulated this
morning that more bombs had been
found iu thu McKibbin promises
adjoining Washington Place, which
had been leased by the ox Queen.
Supper for Squad No. 5, on guard
at tho Masonio Temple, was furnish
ed last night by the Pacific Club.
It was prepared for fifty men and
a waiter was sent to serve it. The
supper was composed of choice
II. W. Wilcox broke down com
pletely to-day iu his cell iu the Po
lice Station. Ho has been crying at
Sam. Nowlein is suffering with
diarrhoea. Dr. Cooper prescribed
fur him this afternoon.
As will bo seen by official
nouncoment in this paper, President
Dole has appointed a .Military Com
mission to try all the prisoners of
tho insurrection. By virtue of a law
pased yesterday by the Councils,
Judge Whitiug of the Circuit Court
has been commissioned as a Colonel
and mado hoad of the Commission,
so that a man of judicial training
and practice might guide the deli
berations of the court-martial.
Tho prisoners entered the Richards
street gate of tho Executive build
ing at 11:10 o'clock, under escort of
a composite company of thu regu
lars under Lieutenant Coyne.
Tho prisoners were marched iu by
twos. Thoy were Robert W. Wilcox,
James Lane, Major W. T. Seward,
Charles T. Gulick, W. C. Lane,
Honry F. Bertolmanu, Carl Wide
maun. John F. Bowler, Samuel Now
lein, W. II. C. Oreig, W. II. Rickard,
T. B. Walker and Louis Marshall.
Thoy woro escorted into tho base
ment of the building by Major Mc
Leod. Tho courtmartial was opened in
tho Council room. Soldiers weru
stationed at each window in the
room. Members of tho Advisory
Council and the Sharpshooters were
present iu court. Others present
woro A. S. Willis, U. S. Minister
Plenipotentiary; A. G. S. Hawes,
British Commissioner; Ellis Mills,
U. S. Cousul-Gouoral. Ministers
King, Damon and Smith wuru also
prose ut. f
Tho Military Commission to try
tho prisoners entered the room at
IKK). It is composed of the follow
1. Colonel William Austin Whit-
First Kegiment, N. G. II.
2. Lieutenant-Colonel J. 11. Fish
er, First Regimout, N. G. 11.
! Captain C. W. Zieglor, Com
pany F, N. G. II.
-1. Captain J. M. Camara, Jr.,
Company C, N. G. II.
5. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
N G. H.
0. Captain W C. Wilder, Jr., Com
pany D, N. G. II.
7. First Lieutenant J. W. Jones,
Company D, N. G II.
Captain William A. Kinney, Aide-do-Canip
on General StafT, Judge
Tho prisoners woro brought iu a
few minutes after the entrance of
W. A. Kinney opened the proceed
ings in formal order and read Special
Order No. 25 appointing tho Com
mission. Mr. Kinney then asked the
prisoners in the order in which they
sat whether thoy had any objections
individually to any members of tho
Commission. Tho prisoners all re
plied that thoy were satisfied.
Each individual prisoner was next
asked the following miostion by Mr.
i Kinney: "Do you want counsel?"
All replied in tue allirinative with
tho exception of fam. Nowlein.
Major Seward elected that Paul
Neumann bu retained for himself.
James Lane chose Antoue Rosa as
his counsel. Others chose the gen
tlemen already named, and tho only
other counsel nominated woro A. S.
Hartwell and Cecil Brown.
Mr. Kinney thou stated that thu
prisoners having indicated their de
sire of seeing counsel he thought it
fit and proper that the Court ad
journ ro that they be giveu an op
portunity to do so
The remaining members of the
Commission then held a short con
sultation, aftor which Judge Whit
iug arose and stated that tue regular
order iu matters of consultation of
the Commission was that the room
would bu cleared. Iu this instance,
however, he thought it a matter of
convenience for the Commission in
stead to retire into a little room iu
Tho Commission emerged later
and stated that they had decided to
allow prisoners counsel, and also
that they bo given a reasonable op
portunity to consult with counsel.
Mr. Whiting then declared tho Court
adjourned until 10 o'clock to-morrow
J. W. Chapman, tho well-known
caterer, is now opou for engage
ments for banquets, woddius, balls,
dinner parties, garden parties, etc.
Address him care of Bullltin ollieo.
G. R. Harrison, practical piauo
ami organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
S'uaranteed to lie the same in done
II. G. Blart has removed from
Kiug street to the store of Chris
Gertz, Fort street. There ho will i
repair watches and make souvenir
spoons and jewelry of every doscrip- i
tiou. Having been the practical
watchmaker for.Wouuor ii Co. ten
years, he needs no pulling.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in
famous for its cures of bad colds. It
opens tho secretions, relievos tho
lungs and aids nature in restoring
thu system to a healthy condition.
If freely used as soon as thu cold has
been contracted, and beforo it has
become settled iu the system, it
greatly lessens tho severity of tho at
tack and has often cured iu a Biuglo
day what would have boon a severe
cold. For sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith A: Co., Agents for Hawai
Hood's taraapnrllla Gave a Porfaot
"0. 1. flood a Co., Lowell, Mmi.i
" Hood'i aariapftrtllit M n icllent midlcln.
I had iiumi In rax luft teg (or flttcen year.
rtt of Ui tlm my Itg wm on mail of icnbi,
and about tverjr wrk corruptflxi would g.Mlitr
under the iklu and Ui icabt would ilougli uH.
Tha Itching and Burning
MBiaUonmade m lufferlndescrlbabla agonlta.
I iptntk graat dtal ot tnontjr for dlffaraot rtm
illn but did not (Ft relltf. About a jenr ago,
leading rtiyilcUnj adrlicd ma to UK llood'a
SamuirllU. I did to and lutv toku flva but-
tl. Now all the lorea, icabs and pain bar
Tanlihid and I am anjojlng ptrftct health. I
think Hood'i fl.irinparllln U tecond to nono and
gladly recommend It to all lutlirlng tmnuully."
1. UL'HKUViiuMT, l.ouard, Mluuurl.
Hood's Pills ct easily, yet rointtly and
ffiolently.outbe UrerandboweK He.
j Hobron Drug Co., L'cL,
I Self Ai'cnts for tin' Iti'imlilli' nf llnwnll.
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Struct, "Robinson Block."
1kg to announce to their numerous patrons the
arrival of Xcw Goods, such as Carved Oak lied
room Sets, Ilattan and Wicker Ware made up
into Stands, Center TaMcs aiid Chairs of the
very latisl designs; Dining Hoom Furniture, Ex
tension Tables a specialty. Also a fresh lot of
Porlicr Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
i. v - - c i-r rrcjm
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Morel ant Street.
Bki,i, 525 TELEPHONES Mutual H46
Pioneer Furniture House
QSTASLISHED 1 869,
New Goods 1 Latest Designs ! Largest Stock I
It's almost as uasy for ajj
liorHu fed on California
this big olr-
Grain to draw
as it is for
pliant to draw his. Wo
pay the highest price and
get the best there is to
be had. Our prices are
as low as this lowest.
L'rompt delivery. Uoth
Telephones 121. . . .
HOI, 11) OAK HKDUOOM UKTS,
bOKAS, I.OUNOK8, WAKOKOHKB,
MlllKOllH, MOUMUNUB, KTU.,
Additional arrofits to tliosu print
ed yostorday aro aa follows:
I'riRonors of war Kalili, John
Kukaula, Willie Joauph and I'ohalia.
Treasou Johu K. Kaimi and II.
JJortohuauu. Tho last naiuod was
Building and Loin Association,
rpill'. I'OSTI'ONKI) MONTHLY AIKKT
JL Inn u 111 lm liuM ut thu Clmmliur of
I'oiiiiiiuri'u on MO.N'DAY KVKNINO, Jan.
:!!, IWi5, ut i:80 o'clock.
V- l'liyimmti aro rt'uiiirvil In Oolil.
A. V. UK All,
Tho bucini'ss of tho country is
suttliui; into its fortnor roovo. Our
Kttutliimauly drivur has rot u mud
from his vacation, tho cows in tho
oasturo switch flics instead of bul
lets with their tails and tho cream is
richer in consequence. Wo believe
wo havo satisfied overr ono of our
customers who have taken milk from
us and wh aro in a position to sup
ply a ureal many more. Tho peoplo
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialae during tho past two weeks
havo had an opportunity to see just
what soil of diet our stock feeds
upon, and no longer wonder at tho
richness of tho milk from our dairy.
Uur facilities for delivery aro tho
bint. With the exception of a day
or two early iu tho lato uuploaaut
n ess our drivers have always been
on tiiuoat our customers' residences.
We take this opportunity to thank
those who have been patient with us
and to solicit a continuance ot their
patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
fill all orders telephouoil to us aud
Kiiarmitoo all milk to bo pure aud
froo from adulteration.
Thk WA I A L AE It VNC1I.
Wire -:- Nails
Save Half ttie Amount of Your Oil
Bill Through ShvIuk in Pl;nimil.
Every painter should use Lttcoi.
stciul of l.iuscud Oil, bi'ciuittu:
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
l'er Koll of 40 Ytirds, $12.00.
And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179, TELEPHONES Mntnal 76.
l8uci"torti to O. K. WIIIIbiiu.)
A.ND 6J1 KING STREET.
LccoL Is mure tturuhlc tlmn I.IiiupihI
tcunomieal tlisu l.ln
'1. litiuoL In more
PKOOF THAT LUUOL
Biz ycarH of actual two in exterior
lioiirio punning iu California (tin
most trying cliiiiutu foi p.iinin), in
tho burning hunt ul the Arimm Dot--crt,
thu Arctic cold of Alio-ku, ami on
the Atlantic const, huve lully ami
practically shown that Lijcoi. always
outwears Luinced Oil under the suiue
conditions. All thu acid wurks iu
Sun Francisco have tlii-ca riled Lin
seed Oil for Lucoi.
UiLUHTKATK THIS VOUHSKLF.
Tut strong ammonia on l.itihcml anil
liUcol paints. The l.iiinccil paints
aro destroyed in a few minutes; the
l.ucol paints are practically iiuuuVct-cd.
A largo iinMutnit'iit
lias just been ro
ceived per "K. 1.
llii-lift" mill "(' 1).
Biyunt," and nioro
to nirivo pur "Trim-bit."
Kvory variety, btylo
and price in tho
Furniture lino. Tlio
lo.i t and most va
ried in Honolulu.
Call and inspect our
PCo;pid &, Co.,
Soino time ajro Mr. Simon Gold
baum of San Luis Key, Cal., was
troubled with it lame back aud rliiiu
matism. Ho used Chamberlain's
i'aia Balm and a prompt euro was
olloi'tod, Ho says ho has sinco nd
vised many of his friends to try it
and all who havo done ho havo spoken
highly of it. It is for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., Agouts
for Hawaiian Islands.
1'UACTICAL GUX MAICKlt.
Will ilo any klml of UolriiiK to Kirn
urniH. Hlao llrowniiiK ami IHiuiInt,'. Hulls
faction gimrantei'il. Union strot-t, m-arly
uoiUtt No. 2 K ro lilnu Hlatlon.
ANKW OKKAMKK OK THK bATlWT
inoilul, rnjiaclty 00 kuIIodh ir hour.
Also, n Two Homo 1'owcr (Jasollno Knglue,
just lliu tliliiB (or a dairy. Apply to
liil-iu Honolulu Dairy.
WlLDElt & CO., L'n.
At Wnlttlki uu enr linn and on I'aluum
llo.id nuur Kurtlllnlui; I'Jitiit. Tliesu UU
am Very Cheap and Holil gn euty terms.
Dcslrulili) Aero Tructs noar thu city and
other I'ropurtluH (or balo.
llltUOK WAltiNO t CO.,
Dealers in Lots autl IjiihIk.
1211-tI 003 Fort HUeet, near King.
I'HOOF THAT LUGOL IS
Break up lij lhn. panto while lead
in ouu pint of I.ucol, and the sunir
piantily in one pint of ldusccd Oil.
Spread the paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. The Lucol
paint spreads us far us mid coven
much butter than the Liimocd paint.
To gut cipially good covering with thu
Linseed paint you have to iuu -J lhs.
of white lead to onu pint of Liusccd
Oil. This muuus a saving of ) lb. ul
paste lead to each pint of l.ueoi, used,
or ti lhs. to overy gallon, equivalent
to your saving mure than half tin.
Ilrst cost of the Lucoi..
Lucol is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil suWtilutot-,
i ii ni
KTO. T'-l King
from nil thw Ool brted
KHvtorins iu the Uultl
Aftenis for the Hawaiian islands
ATAdTTPN Maimfuoturer of Fancy
. uaUUull WroiiKht Iron Fenoes
(or llurial Lots, KeaUlcncea, Oardena, Hal
conies, eto. Union ttreet, ueariy oiioobUo
U.II Tuner. 117-U
l.Ml'OUTKHS, WHOI.K8AI.K AND UKT.V1I, 1)KAI.KU8 IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HOLLISTBR Sb GO.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets,
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