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Established July 2, 1836.
VOIi. XXI.. JNO. 388G.
HONOIiUIiU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY. JANUARY 8, 1895.
PBICE: 5 CENTS.
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C. BREWER & CO.. LIMITED
Queen Street, Honolulu, H. I.
HawftiUn Agricnltaral Co., Onoraea
Bazar Co., Honoma Hugzx Co., Wailaku
&B2&r Co., HftleskAlA Bancb Co., Kapa-
Flimters' line San Francisco Packets.
Gh&s- Brewer & Co.'i Line of Boston
Agents Boston Board of Underwriters.
Agenta Philadelphia Board of Underwriters.-
LIST OF OFFICERS:
P. C. Joins.'. President
Gxo. H. Boszstsov Manager
E. F. Bishop Tree, and Becy.
Cox- W. P. AiLEf j. Auditor
O. IT. Coon ) 1
HWatssiiou8x... ... -.Directors
Q.L. Cabtxb )
YOU CAN GET
Hayiland China, plain and
decorated ; English China,
Wuite, Granite; Cat Glass
ware, Moulded and Engraved
Glaw ware, m Agateware, Tin
ware, Lamps and Fittings,
Flower Pots, Fruit Jars and
Jelly Glasses and a thousand
other useful and ornamental
Queen Street Stores.
Desirable Property in all parts of the
Four Houses on Punchbowl street at
A 4-acre Lot at Makiki.
Lots A and 5, Block 25, Pearl
A2)-acre Lot at K&lihi.
Residence at Kalihl with barn, pig
pens and cnlcxen coop, luxiu; BiuiaDie
for a Chicken Ranch.
13 and 15 Kaahmaira Street
Castle & Cooke L'tl.
LIFE AND FIRE
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company
fitna Fire Insurance Company
OF II ART FORD.
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY !
Carriage : Builder
XA11 orders from the other islands
in the Carriage Building, Trimming and
Painting Line, will meet with prompt
CTP. O. BOX 321.
HQS. 128 AND 130 FORTHSTREET
DR. R. I. MOORE
02ea: Irlifijtoa Cottigfl, Eotl Ttie
BSTQSica hours : 9 a. u. to 12 u. 1
and 1 p. k . to 4 p. tt. 3860-1 m
M. E. Grossman, D.D.S.
98 EOTZL 8TAUT.
Orrrov Rotm 9 a. m.to 4 r. m.
Japanese Provisions, Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods, Etc.
PRICE VERY 9IODERATE.
Foster Block, Nuuanu Street,
" mmi Mtmm I
A FINE ASSORTMENT.
TILES FOR FLOORS !
And for lecoratrng Purposes;
filATTXXGT Or AIX KVXDB,
WING WO CHAN ft CO.
Great Republican Victory !
WE HAVE ON HAND A FINK AS
Tweed. Clmr TYorsteds. DUroMlt
and French Cuilmerei
I Suitable for the Holidays.
Our prices are lower than ever. Give
ns a call beiore ordering.
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Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
F. W. MAKINNEY,
Ccnveyancer and Seanher of Records
FIRE. LIFE AJID
Accident :- Insurance.
All kinds of Typewriting done, promptly,
cheaply ana accurately.
orpicK: 318 fobt btbkkt -iWf
Steam Candy Factory and Bakery
Practical Confectioner and v Baker,
NO. 71 HOTEL STREET.
WM. L. PETERSON,
Notary :- Public, Typewriter
Orrics: Orer Bishop & Co.'sBank.
DR. J. UCHIDA,
Physician and Sur&eon.
So. 5, KTJKUI LANE.
Office Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. and
2 to 8 p.m. Mutal Tel. 532.
MRS. PRAY WOULD ANNOUNCE
that she will attend a limited num-
- J waHif AArirMJI at B.. 2X
Whitney's, Kinjj St.; Bell Telephone 75.
Business (Tar ds.. .
JENNIE L. HILDEBRAND, M. D.
Opposite Union street.
tX-T Office hours : 9 to 12 a. m. and 2
to 4 p. m. Mutual Telephone Ho. 610.
CURES ALL DISEASES PECU
liar to women, rheumatism, skin
diseases and acts as a blood purifier.
Lecture ft Viavi Hall at 3 p.m. this
A. PERRY, '
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Notary Psblle. "
Office : Over Bishop's Bank.
WILLIAIX C. PARKE,
ATTORNEY -AT -LAW
gam to Utk Xeknowldgmnu.
Oinca No. IS Kaahumanu Street, Hono-
GONSALVES & CO,
Wholesale Grocers and Wine
225 Queen Street, Honolulu, H. I.
H.' MAY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
98 JfOTtT STREET.
Telephones22. P. O. Box 470.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
TT A T?TTltr A T XT'
Cutlery and Glassware
307 Fort Street.
FOBT 8TBKET, OPPOSITE WILDER A Ca'S
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
First-class Lunches served with Tea, Cof-
m ,ri wt . a srTi
iee, csoaa water, uingervue or aiiik.
XCOPEN FROM 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. M.
Smokers Reonisites a specialty.
WM. F. THRUM,
Room No. 11, Spreckela' Block.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.,
Boiler, Hugur JXlila, Cooler. Krmam
4 lead CaallBB,
And machinery of efery description made
to oraer. irarucuiar aiienuon paia to
ships' blacks mi thins;. Job work excuted
on the shortest notic.
lewis & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
111 FORT STREET,
Telephone 24Q. P. O. Box 897.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Successors to Lewers & Dickson.
Importers and Dealers in Lumber
And all Kinds of Building Materials.
yO. S3 FORT STREET. HONOLULU
Soda Water Works Company, Limited
Sgplinxde, Corner lllen and Fort Sts.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
3710 1558-ly Agents.
JOHN T. WATEEH0USE,
Inperltr and Dealu la
no.S5-l 0aB Straat, Honclcln
M. W. McCHESNEY k SONS
AUD DKALXKS VS
Leather and Shoe Findings
AfTFNTS Honolulu oap Works Co.,
AuAil 10 Honolulu Tannery.
H. HACKFELD & CO..
General Commission Agents
Cor. Fort and Qoeen sts., Honolulu.
FIRST BREAK III REBEL FORCE,
Company in Command of Sam
L.IVKL.Y FIGHTING AT THE HEAD.
Volley Fired After Showing the
FLAN TO CAPTURE 8TK. KlUii.
Tug Flue Goes Out to Intercept tne
Steamer Prominent Royalists Under
Arrest Mrs. Domlnls Goes to Kw-
Ueutenant r.adwlc 8 offers m Slight
Fieh TFoond not Fichtine withU
Few Injuries Nowlein ' ' and
T FOUR o'clock
ihe first signal
victory of the
Ji by the capture of
rebels at Palolo
The morning of
the first day of the rebellion brought
with it one of the saddest incidents
that could Dossiblv befall the com
munitythe death of Representative
C. J.. Carter, but it fired men's hearts
with new energy aad decision.
About 5 o'clock Captain Parker
came into town, safe and sound. The
nantain in his desire to follow the
combatants at the Bertlemann place,
went into the enemies country and
found himself on the defensive rather
tlianthe offensive. He laid low in
the bushes and qnly escaped being
rantured bv maklnc a wide detour
nhnnt. Diamond Head.
Da rincr the morninsr comparative
nnipt. rpicriftd. notwithstandintr the
rumors of every sort and description
fhftt. worn tivincr iar ana near.
Early in the morning Lieutenant
Klntr. who had held Bertelmann's
house all night, retired to the less ex-
nsta1 rvrwafflrtn of. flanfl . RoUCi. At the
Bertelmann place the men served as a
good target for the rebels on the moun
tain, hnt. wpro unable to return an
At Bans Souci a desultory exchange
of shots was Kept up wun no appar
ent effect on either side, though the
shells from the Government forces
kept the rebels in a decidedly nervous
state, iudcrincr. from their movements.
ENCOUNTER AT PALOLO.
About 9 o'clock T. B. Murray and a
squad of volunteers went into the Pa
They went up the valley until
stopped by a fusilade from the rebel3.
It was then positively learned that
ha i nefirfrontja hail & small field niece.
Tbey made a stand behind a stone wall
and checked the advance of Murray's
men. Hostilities were suspended, and
Mr. Murray returned to the city.
After a conference it was decided to
send a reinforcement of regulars, un
der Captain Zeigler, and drive the
rebels buck. These men arrived on
the scene with a field piece in the
afteruoon. They immediately began
to shell the wall, the soldiers advanc
ing under tbe fire. , ,
The flying stone added to the fusi
lade of bullets tried the kanakas cour
age beyoud tbe sticking point, and it
was not long before the historical
while poi flag was displayed. The
Government forces advanced aQa
ith a show
er of bullets. The fighting was
sharp and it feemed almost by mi
racle .that the men of the attacking
force escaped without injury.
Sam Nowlein, the leader of tbe
natives, and his two lieutenants-
v laemaun nu uicis
heels and joined auother force further
up the val.ey where the howitzer had
Wirtomunn nnrt lireilT UJOiS. lu iucii
been removed. The wt-H frightened
natives wer- corralled and sent to tbe
city. They immediately oegsu 10
plead that thr-y were not 10 umiuw
for their action. "Get th -e white
lullnirj (Knf orr.rail lia nil."
The Government forces wer Ifeft to
noiu lueir tosiuhu i - .
They will be joined this morning by a,
fresh detachment under Mr. Murray, j
and the advance continue, with the
, idea of forcing th. rebeU toward tne
Twn T- n WB f Ilia T-n M r a r M m
About the time Zeigier s iroops
the Executive Building the tug Eleu,
with a party of sharpshooters and a
fleld-piece on board, steamed out Into
the harbor ana arounu w
Head. Here they shelled Antone
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t : i i 1 1 i i i i I
TIsma'ci nlaf a and dmva th. rphels to- I
ward the summit of Diamond Head.
The alterneon in tne city was not
without its interesUng featuras.
About 1 o'clock warrants were issued
for the arrest of some thirty prom-
inent royalists. The reports as to the
cause of these arrests axe conflicting.
Information was to the effect that the
natives captured at Bertelmann house
nau given testimony implies ung mo i u
meo cut KiiAvoni iuuuuk vo . usur
gents. The officials would , neither
anirm or aeny ims scaienxent. : ,
- k Boon alter the warrants were Issued
hacks loads of ,jnen about townM
lion, dc wg esur;upu uu piacw a,voe;
recelTlns,y-Ltey 3they wew
Uken ovsr .taihe prison. : Following
arer the men:; Edmund orrie, F, t,
Testa, A.. P. Peterson, H, JF. Poor,
. .1 j l a a l I
Harry ven werthenv. H. Keawara, 1
(Tanrif ti.m.. .t iTirwifl t tt I
Kaulia, HelT Kpu, . Alex. Binith, 1
Chas. Clark, Marcarie, and isagawa. P'". vub uiwycj
Mr. Peterson did not take his capti- treated. They made a rush and uuo
vity pleasanUy and had a heated die- ceeded i n. capturing the i Y3CC&ted
cussion. wlth Captain Parker-in the point.- When this had been accora
vardr asking to see the American pllshed and signals given that , they
Consul and protesting generally were in possession the tug returned, to
against his treatment all to no effect, the city. Before- leaving, however,
Charles Clark was taken when the a boat was .sent off from the turr, re
seizure of arms was made at the ex- turning shortly after , with the infor
queen'a house at Washington Place, mation that, no captures had been
The arms taken there included some made, and no casualties having oc
of tbe finest specimens thus far ob- curred. .
tained in the numerous collection at , Shortly after 8 o'clock the Cabinet
the station. There were nine , rifles held a meeting at the ; police tauon,
and livft tiistols. cold mounted and of there being, present Ministers Smith,
the finest workmanshiD.
Mrs. TJominis had left her Wash-I
..Angton Place residence early In the me purpose oi oiscussing Bomo wa
Af morning and gone to Mrs. Nowlein's portant news bearingpn: tha move-
I . .
Ewa residence where she still re-
,1 mains. Th rebel scheme is for her I
i to return in state over the Oahu rail-
roaa ana lase possession oi me mruue. i
Mrs; Nowlein returned to the city yes-
icruay aneruoou. "
Up to 1 o'clock this morning we
nleht at the front fiad vassed quietly.
Several shots were exchanged with I
the pickets at Walklki, occasioned by
attempts or tne reoeis to pass toe i
picket line ac several points, xue
Sickets were fired upon several times
uring the night. '
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Captain fjamara's company was
stationed on Judd street last night to
prevent any advance on the city from
me rail. :.
Lieutenant Ludwig was shot in the
thigh. He rode , to the headquarters
in a buggy, jumped out, and walked
inside unassisted, and sat on the sofa
tal VI hp- with the officers wnue tne
doctors probed for and took out the
butwill probably remain only a day
xj.c wm w wi i
REBELS IN CAPTIVITY.
Thirty-six of Them Arrested Last
Early during last evening the police
station presented a very lively appear
ance. Specials were going and com
ing In all directions, and the officers
had their hands full in issuing details
and Instructions. But few people were
to be seen on the streets, however,
though small knots of citizens could
be noticed on some of the more public
corners. The hackmen, many of
whom had been on the go since the
inception of the trouble, put up their
tired teams early in the evening,
though there were sufficient around
to supply the demand.
At 6:40 p. m. a batch of twenty-nine
natives were brought in. Many of
these had been employed heretofore
on the docks. They were mostly in
their shirt sleeves, and presented a
somewhat dilapidated appearance.
These surrendered to tne specials oui
Moiliili way. Seventeen new repeat
ing rifles and twenty five belts of cart
ridges, together with some loose am
munition, was taken from the prison
ers. Some of the natives had two belts
on, and these were new and of the
latest pattern. 1 he prisoners did not
feel inclined to give much informa
tion about the movement and
strength of their associates. Shortly
after their arrival at the police station
they were marched over to me reei.
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Ar 7.vi cir mon natives ana a
Greek arrived at police headquarters
under guard of special officers. These
threw down their arms on tbe mauba
side of Diamond Head, and walked
down and gave themselves up. Some
of the natives declared there were
over three hundred more out at
Antone Rosa's place makai of Dia
mond Head, under the command of
Robert Wilcox and Sam L. Nowlein.
Replying to a question tney stated
that the revolutionists bad plenty of
food and an abundance of ammuni
tion. Tbe Greek is known as John
Correan, and was usually employed
about Camorinos' fruit market.
Thos. Lindsay, the Jeweler, and
Arthur McDowell, of Miowera fame,
were arrested early in tbe evening on
suspicion. Lindsay was released after
a careful and thorough examination,
hut McDowell was sent over to the
, reef. f rharleCreiebton and
ni;rflr Sfiiiman were added to the sus
pect list later. More arrests will be
made today. It is said the Govern
ment bas sufficient evidence to justify
tbe arre?ts so far.
WORK OF ARTILLERY.
Rbel Stronghold in Palolo Valley
Shelled 3J1Q Captured.
The tu Eleu tfaat weQt QUt during
vesterdav afternoon with a squad of
ahnrmhnnfprs and artillerv. returned
about 8 o'clock last night.
Luther Wilcox acted as pilot out
and in. The tug made the out trip in
xtr&nrdin&ri1v tnjit tlm Anchnrfnt
about half a mile off a point opposl.
a t t t,iMrt
intone Rosa a place In Palolo ralley,
a dozen or more shots were urea from
a seven-centimeter field piece, tome of
which partially destroyed the house
.nj.-H,KiuiB ,. A
aod n outbuilding After the shoot-
ing commenced a number of persons
nwu uid uuu M4f m
The tucr then moved uo further
toward Diamond Head,, and sevtral
shots were esnt Into- the beshes along
the gulches. These shots caused sooe-
wuafc or a stampede acaonci uieoon-
amiwI MVAlatliiniw. .nil In. nnlnl
retreated. (j ,um.
--Anninber of voUeys were fired at
the tu frpm the shore, Mfslldts'
reach, thedistanco belie- nearly thras
4f u nisftwwBiHnr.iw
miiltarr. which. . had been crdsrsat
proceed to that point, caxae in tihta
Damon and King, and H. P. Baldwin,
or Maul. The meeting was neia ior
menis oi me reoeis. waicn uau uwu
brought in a short time before, and ln-
cidenUlly toget the views of the Gov-
wwwbhh itlwuiu6, , i 7
the arreste4 . wyoiutionists. .It la
ua Tor oi, auopwug "-Vr.
I nres, while at least one of the Minis-
ters advocated releasing tne prisoners
without any penalty, or perhaps a
TO CAPTURE MAUI.
That is What Wilcox and Now
v kin Had Planned to Do.
Late yesterday afternoon a , native
courier plying between the two camps
of the enemy, out and beyond Wai
ktkL was f An turfed bv some of the
sharpshooters. V-On being questioned
tjjn native aeciarea ne waa iraveiius
just for his health. When he was
eearched a paper was found on his
person which proved to be an Impor
tant document, as it showed a plan of '
the revolutionists to commit a daring
scheme. It proved to be a note from
Robert Wilcox to Sam Nowlein eay
lng that there was a price set on both
of their heads and suggesting that
they combine forces, ; capture the
steamer Kaala and invade and take
possession of tbe island of Maul. This
daring scheme was. written on tha
back of an unpaid whisky bill of IIS
due Seaborn Luce by . Wilcox. The
prisoner was brought - into town and
the note turned over to the Marshal.
This is the principal matter discussed
at the Cabinet 4 meeting, held at: the
police station during the evening. It
was concluded to send .out the Gov
ernment tug and prevent the fulfill
ment of Wilcox's plan., Shortlv. after
10 o'clock Captain Rice was gotten out
of bed, having retired but a short time
before, and preparations begun. A
number of whistles had been blown to
get the crew together; after this had
been done, it did not take long for the
tug to get under way. A detachment
of sharpshooters, with Adjutant Pratt
and a seven centimeter gun, made up
the guard. Minister Damon and H.
P. Baldwin also went along. As far
as can be learned, the Inter-Island
steamer Kaala is at anchor some
eleven miles distant under lee of Koko
Head, at which point she would He
until midnight in or ter to land at
Kahuku by day. Tbe vessel left here
yesterday aftei oon with the sinking
Kahuku Japs aboard Just how the
rebels intended to capture the Kaala
is not known, but it J safe to predict
that the tug will reach her In time Ur.
prevent any such action. If not, and s
the plans of the revolutionists be car-n
ried out, then the tug will follow the $
steamer and party to Maui. In view
of such a contingency, fuel sufficient
for several days' steaming was put on t
board, together with ample provisions,
blankets and ammunition. At any
rate the tug will hardly return before
WERE MADE PRISONERS.
A Number of People Detained Over
Night by the Rebels.
Paul Isenberg and his wife and W.
A. Kinney and wife accompanied by
H. A. Isenberg, Mrs. Pray, Miss Ab
bieGurneyand several others came to
town last night after having a memo
rable experience on . the beach near
Diamond Head. The two ladies and
some gentlemen, who are strangers,
were caught on the beach on Sunday
morning and tiken prisoners by the
Thpv'uprfl ttnt .in Antone
nRosa's place over night and were no-
e rated yesteruay morning uu auuncu
to proceed to Walalae. Mr. Isen
berg's brother was taken prisoner also
and kept along with the others.
Mr. Kinney had a narrow escape yes
terday morning. He had no way to
learn of tbe trouble on account of the
telephone wires being cut, but he felt
sure that something was wrong and
judged so from the sudden disappear-
9 mU Ih. n.tlvM from Mr. ISSU
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ranch. He saddled nxs uonw