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i J i r !' I b o TILE PACIFIC nmnrmunJLJ. A D V BRTISUB ; HOK OIjUIj U JANUARY 8. 1895. ndsUrtd for town by wy of the beacb. He fcd not gone Iw wbeahB saw rroup of the rebel. One man Sued out to him to stop, bat the rider whipped up bis animal and oon irot out of range of tba guns. At 5:30 o'clock Mafor Potter in formed Mr. Iaenberg that the WaJa- lae road was open to wwn. then came In. . Mr. Isenberg stated that on Sunday morning bl milkman started out and before Be bad gone a great JUUdm the rebels stopped him and tockslx cans and then made him turn back. All of the native employed by Mr. Isenberg left him on Sunday after noon. A number of them had forked for him for years. Several of the men knew that "hi. brother was held by the rebel, but they eaid nothing . m. i.i nroro detained state that shots were fired at tbena by 'the rebels. They recognized WVIan? Greiff. Sam Nowlein, Robert vncox, J. P. BIplkane and several other roy- Robert Wilcox came to town yes terday morning. He was seen at the pot to Glee about seven o'clock. DIAMOND HEAD 8T0RMED. Cannonading Against the Rebels from Three Points. " Three pieces of. artillery did a great deal yesterday towards settling the Impending revolution, udb wm u on, the JWalklkl road, a second at Moililll, and the third at sea. The last was fastened on board of the tug Eleu. The cannonading stopped the retreat of the rebels, and It Is now almost an assured fact that they were forced up the sides of Diamond Head, and re now resting on the top of the old crater. The firing at Moililll was rapid, and proved to be effective. The storm ing caused the surrender of fourteen men, who were caught In a tight place. They saw that resistance weuld not be of any avalL The firing from the sea cut off any retreat In the direction of Walalae. The presence of sixty-five men on the Walklki road preventea any rcj towards the city. These were under command of Ueutenant Coyne, rho was sent out during the morning with a field piece and additional men. had an exciting time, but fortunately no men were wounded. He had pos session of the Bertelmann premises daring Sunday night, and remained there until early yesterday monatag, when a continuous shower of ballets caused them to neat rotrea. fire came from the rebel camp on the SdYrf Diamond Head. Tne men - could be seen plainly by the mia, .but they were safe from the latter rifles owing to their secure poaitlon. V iriri9B man returned the fire for about an hour's time and then wdrew to the Waiklki road. The 'rebels peppered the Bertelmann house until one of the sides resembled a sieve. While all this was going on Mrs. Bertelmann and her chudren were in the house. She was told to move to a safer place, but she per flated In staying In the house, and did not leave until the firing ceased. Some hours later Lieutenant Coyne arrived on the scene with the field piece. It was in charge of H. J. Rhodes, an experienced gunner. It was placed in the park and trained for tne nignest pea. vi yjomwu- wit The aim was a good one, the shell striking the side of the peak causing earth to be thrown in all direction. It could not be ascerCained If any one had been killed, but the supposition is that at least one man was torn to pieces. He was attired In white clothe and to make himself more conspicuous, had kept up a continuous firing during the morning. After the first nhell exploded he was seen no more. The shelling evidently caused consternation in the ranks of the rebels as they made an attempt to retreat down the Waiklkl side of the mountain. The cannon was trained again and a 10-pound percussion bomb was thrown against the side of the crater only lower than the first time. Tne reireauus meu wo-, -irrHfanx1 acain and re- vaiiio 1 1 'ft" o . t n their original DOSitlou. Their forms could be seen distinctly -Watiriki rn&d. but thev were out of range of an ordinary rifle. As .AAn a a ha rpr.inrtl the rid ire they sent a volley toward the soldiers, but 11 Kniiota fpfl harmless in the road. A third shot was fired. It went over the heads of the beiugerenis. j-aeu- rvtvno tiipn deo.ided to move thefieldplece further along the road oanl mnra shots were fired. A ouu " than tkpn. In the mean time the firing from Diamond Head lessened a great deal until it seemed that only one or two men remained . o Kiind whilH the others retreated. some In the direction of Walalae and others towards the Palolo valley. Things remained very quiet uutll aliAnt. -xn o'clock when a uicket soun- on alarm Tn a. moment everv man was at his post and ready for an at tacking party. It turned out later that two uuinese auu ucuicuk of the alarm. Word was telephoned out that Captain Zelgler ana a fcquaa 01 meu, with a cannon, were matching to re infnmoa tha mpmbersofthe Citizens' r-.-.wt nhn hnri Riiccpssf ull v defended their position at Molllili. The militia arxivea ai me piacu meuuuuru wv d & fpw moments later the ean was in position and then the firing commencea. oaen aner umi was sent up Palolo valley which caused the rebels to change their posi n ami run towards Diamond Head azain. The cannon was moved to the road leading 10 waiaiae uuu sevemi .vA nrnra sprit inwards the sesu BUU W9 T v - f. A rcloo.k the tucr Eleu arrived v. o ohnrfl npar Diamond Mead and commenced an onslaught. A number v.A. arfl flrexl. The timelv arrival of the tug cut off a possible retreat of the royalists. Alter mo iur wm firincr nnerations at Can tain rrntin.'. atatinn veiv at a standstill xit - . for some time. a. ieiepuuuo uicM.sc later conveyed the Information that fourteen men had surrendered. There seems to be some doubt re carding the supply of food In the rebel camp. It is said that they have u nM.i.tAni lajtt them some 1 time : thVn again, It Is claimed Uxat they have nothing to eat at all. unless jL MkhH (rtirif Peterson at the Signal BtaUon. He usually keeps a supply on nana to last uiui It win not last them very long If the report of their number is correct. From their position, It is impossible o. m.v. n .Hm.tA- A local royalist remarked yesterday that 100 men were on the top of the mountain. The sol diers who were shot at during the morning say that they saw at least fifty men. . Regarding their supply pf arms and ammunition, It Is said to be good. It is understood that they have 100 extra stands of rifles, and, In addition, pos sess a three-incn gun, wmcu i op tioned on the mauka side of Diamond Head. There does not seem to be any doubt as to the means of the landing of the munitions of war. They were brought ashore from a fchooner wblcn nove w on Sunday morning. Juat where the supply came from is a matter of con jecture, but It Is believed the arms were snipped irom ean riauuow. It "aras reported around the military camp yesterday that the rebels have several prisoners in charge. They captured the people on Sunday to pre vent them from coming into town and spreading an alarm. , , A Japanese domestic employed by George Beckley was shot yesterday morning at Walklkl. He received two wounds in his right arm. He was sent Into town for medical treatment. At dusk last night the general opin ion seemed to be that the rebels will attempt to escape from their present position this morning. They will have a hard task, as they are now sur rounded on every side. BTAUTflOEITT. prUclauatiqh. EXECUTIVE BUILDING, Honolulu, H. I , January Lieutenant Lndwiji Wounded. Ueutenant X.udwlg, of Company F, was shot yesterday afternoon about 5 o'clock. He was on ths Moililll road at the time. A rebel stationed behind a rock fired at him, Inflicting a flesh wound in one of hie legs. The officer was sent Into town for medical treat ment. Up to midnight Ludwig was the only member of the Government s forces that was wounaeo, aiinougu number of others had narrow escapes. The Rebels Silenced. About 11 o'clock last night the rebels fired a few volleys from Diamond tt.. a wttVinnf. ArAntr anv damage. They were silenced by a shell from the cannon, 'ine report 01 guu was heard In town. At midnight everything was quiet, and it was thought that the royalists had changed i tneir posiuon. , B At tne same nour evefjriuiug quiet at Captain Zeigler's camp, with prospects of a quiet night. Incendiary Fire. The frame schoolhouse on School street near Ldllha, was discovered on flr ahont 0 o'clock last night. Some of Millie" Hoogs' detail extlngulaned tiA fltmM hpfore anv damasre was done. The fire was thought to be in cendiary, as a portion 01 a woman's dress was found inside saturated with kerosene. No alarm was turned in. Communications from outlying posts up to the hour of going to press . A. 1 .It... (vn snow no cnange m iue Buuauuu I everything being reported calm and serene. . The right of WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS is hereby suspended and MARTIAL LAW is instituted and es tablished throughout the Island of Oahu, to continue until farther notice, during ing which time, however, the Courts will continue in Eessioa and conduct ordinaiy business as usual, except as aforesaid. ' By the President: SAN FORD B, DOLE, President of the Republic of Hawaii. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Sealed Tenders Will be received at the office of the Minister of the Interior till 12 o'clock noon on WEDNESDAY, January 9th, 1895, lor the furnishing of 10 Rubber Connecting Hose for Pontoon Pipes. Specifications can be seen at the office of the Superintendent of Public Works. The Minister of the Interior does no bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, January 4, 1895. 3585-3t Water Notice. In accordance with Section 1 of Chap ter XXVI of the lan s of 1SS6 : All persons holding water privileges or paying water rates, are hereby notified that the water rates for the term ending June 30, 1895, will be due and payable at the office of the Honolnlu Water Works on the 1st day of January, 1895. All Bach rates remaining unpaid for fifteen days after they are due will be subject to an additional 10 per cent.. Rates are payable at the offise of the Water Works in Kapuaiwa Building. ANDREW BROWN, Superintendent Honolulu Water Works. December 20. 184. 3873-td THE HOLLISTEE DRUG COMPANY ARK SHOWING THE LINE8 IN THE CITY OF Handsome Toilet Cases, Manlcuf e Sets, Odor Cases, Sacliets, AND THE CHOICEST PERFUMES FROM. THE LABORATORIES OF LUBIM, LUNDBORGr, COLGATE, ATKINSON. ETC. WEST. Pacific Guano Fertilizer COMI-A.3Sr"S'. Z3CP0RTXS ABD DKALXR IX Carriage Materials Of Every Description Including OAK, ASH, HICKORY Q. N. WILCOX President. J. F. HACKFICLD Vice-President. P. O. BOX 484. T. MAT.... Auditor. E. 8UHR. . . .Secretary and Treasurer. MUTUAL TEL. 467. OUR NEW WOKKS AT KALI HI belnff completed, we are now, rsftdy to lurnisb all kinds of WHITE WOOD LUMBER, "R TTRTHT A"L : FERTLLL6H-KSJ I Aim Republic of Hawaii. ALSO CONSTANTLY ON HAND Pacific Guano, Potash, Sulphate of Ammonia, Nitrate of Soda, Calcined Fertilizer Salto; EIC, ETC., . Kiu.. 0 ' ETC.. ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE. Special attention given to analysis of soils by our Agricultural Chemist. All gooes are guaranxeeu u everr iw. CTTor further particulars apply to HONOLULU, H. I;, Jawuaby 7, 1895. Mi General Order No.. 13. All persons in the District of Honolulu except those engaged in the Military or Police Forces of the Government, who have in their possession any arms or ammunition, are hereby ordered to pro duce the same at the Marshal's Office before Twelve o'clock noon tomorrow, January 8, 1895. Any such persons in who3e possession any Arms or Ammunition are found after that hour will be liable for summary arrest and imprisonment, and the Arms and Ammunition to confiscation. By order of the Commander-in-Chief, JNO. n. SOPER, Adjatant-General Spokes, all sizes ; 8a vera Wheels, Wood Hub Wheels, Sawed Felloes, Bent Rims from 1 to 2 inches, Dump Cart Shafts, Wagon Poles, Double-trees, Single-trees, Wagon and Cart Hubs, all sizes ; AND A WVIJ. ASSORTMENT OF Trimmers' Materials Carriage Hardware, Korway Iron, and' 8teel Tires. oS PAaFIC GUANO AND FERTILIZER COMPANY ply Carriage Builders, Plantations, etc., with first-class materials, personally selected, at tbe very lowest cash prices. X1"A11 Island orders will receive prompt attention. MASONIC BLOCK, Corner Alke and Hotel 6treet. Cgy-TelephoneyNo. 350.' 3878-tf NOTICE, POWELL'S BALSAM OF ANISEED WILL CURE YOUR COUGH ALL TriE WORLD OYER, THE HECOQ NIZED COUU 11 REMEDY. Iu Immmi . . . M M t A J. J A X mabl t1u. 20.000 CHEMISTS 8U It. Thnwhft hT not already rlrem it a trial hoald do so at one, lo palace and cottage alike, Powell' Balaam or A ui feed Is tbe old and unexcelled COUGH RKMEDY. Ita laree tale throarhout the wliole c.vilized world proclaim! Its KTeat worth. Loosens tne pnlcgra immediately, mgai coaf a oaicklr reliered. See trade jaark as above om eaca wrapper. ee ine woras i nomas roweii, ciicKirivi Road. London," on the eoTernment stamp. Refuse Imitation a. Established 1824. cvjuaiivtsj suu a mi mris wuvu viuviiu tu v & a stores should not omit this time-aonoved coach ITUICU J. (UK A liUUUU-rUWBLL S JSAL3AU UF ANISEED. FOR ASTHMA, INFLUENZA, etc. Sold by chemists and storekeepers throughout the Anstralian. New Zeelard ana Cape Coloalea. Hetties is. ld. and 2s. Arents for Eonolala, Hollister Drug Co., Ltd. US5-20t Ics Cold Storap it Ncaiml Cc-t. IT tTT 'O T fWHAV V. m PATENT rnrlirni nn.l Ilvdride Ilefnsrerat- ing and Ice Making Machines, in r se throughout Australia and New Zealand. By Hall's process, cold beer dealers, hotels, butchers and dealers in all kinds of perishable articles or rootl can nave thoroughly effective, making their ovn ice at the same time as providing cold storage. Xo previous knowledge neces sary Any man or woman can run the ninp Tfnir Patent Brine Walls. - - - f portable) may be used iu cold storage chamDer. aee lizusirateu caiaiopxit?. GEO. CAVENAGH. Agent, Alakea street, p. S.By the above named process, one to twenty tons of ice per day can be turned out at comparatively small cos 1616-ly Under MARTIAL LAW every person found upon the streets or in any public place between the hours of 9:30 p m. and 5 a.m. will be liable to arrest, unless provided with a pass from Mili tary Headquarters or the Marshal's Office. The gathering of crowds is prohibited. Any one disturbing the peace or dis obeying orders is liable to summary arrest without warrant. By order of the Commauder-in-Chief, J. II. SOPEK, Adjutant-General. FOR IN VMS TMBN T. Tt-. ;a nronosed to olace the Ostrich TTArm of the late Dr. Trousseau on the market in January or February next. This farm is tnorougniy nninnfi and dow has thirty-four healthy birds on same, including the famous male ostnens J umoo ana j no. T. Snllivftn. We believe that it can be demon strated that tmV enterprise, new to these islands, but of long standing in Africa, New Zealand and Califor nia, can be now carried on at a profit i as the experimental stage nas ueen TVTr A. P. Jackson, the crenial manager can always be found in attendance at the grounds. Wa Vinro nn hand a larcre number of prime feathers in assorted colors fmm th last nlnckinc which are easily worth $50 per pound and up wards according to quality. The a l 1 A. 1 n A A Tnnnom? next piUCKing mikes piouo" uuj f. Prnsnpctnees. information concerning tbe feather market and nil rifwovRHrv data will be furnished. All reliable persons desirious of visiting the grounds can do so by first obtaining permits irom me undersigned, BKUCE CARTWRIGHT, H. E. McINTYRE, Executors Est., G. Trousseau. 3875-lw etc . 3ut to Rcurvd -10,000 ft.mouidvtv Sconravi?F2 DCiLlulilJj J WiLUlUUO i ; ummi s s Department of Fikasce, ) Hoxoltjlu, H. I., December 19, 1S94 .J Under Article 35, Section 1 of the Con stitution, it is reqaired that each mem ber of the Cabinet shall make an. annual report of the transactions within hia de partment, during the year ending December 31. The Minister ct Finance takes this occasion to ruest all those having claims of a monetary niture, to present them t this otHee, through the proper Tj.-v.rf mantc nrt 1tpr than thft tonth ft lcifdl fc'Aivii'" ..ww - - - - ' .w I Hftv cf Januarv next. 3fter which date the m - bodks will be c osed. All persons hiving moneys on account "of the Government are requested to make their returns promptly, in order that there may be no delay in closing the accounts for the year ending December 3lst, 1894. S.M. DAMON, Minister of Finance. 3872-9t 1613 4t Notice to Consignees. TTTR RRTTTSH STEAM- er Bentala is entered at rncfnms. ConBienees are requested to pass their entries at cus toms at once. NAN YU SUA UU31fAM, ail Kin street. .msa-St Agents. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR RED LABEL OYSTERS These are new pack-Large, Fat, Extra selected. One trial will prove their merits. N B-The Cans of This Brand Contain a Greater Quantity N. IS. ine i,an q Qther Mutual Telephone Company. Frank B. Peterson & Co., Coast Agents EVERYBODY KNOWS Geo. W. Lincoln NOTICE TO SCBSCBIBERS. . t a Tirv-rTKa OF THE PIREC- . oril.aPnmninV hp d tlUS 1V 9. IUIS .1 vw"' - , - a ,,a a that, on and ater tne first day of January, 189o, the rates for r i 1- : nmonta Will tne use oi leiepnoim; luaimuivu- be as toiiows : T.mafa T? act A r. r-f . rxr month .... $2 50 Business Houses and Offices 4 UO Countrv Stations 7 50 Payable qnarterly in advance . J. F. BROWN, Secretary. Two. 12. 1894. 386G-lm The Hawaiian Gazette Company manufacture rubber stamps ot au descriptions. Is Burned Out, but Still Prepared to Superintend or Build Anything from a One-roomed House to a New City Hall. All Orders Left With John Nott, King Street, Will be promptly Attended to.