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PAC1TIC COM1IERCIAL ADVERTISES; HOKOIOJIVU. JANUARY 10
1895. ik. over, he would be IUC 4VMVw " . . - will move into Pauoa . VWIey. , M he does so, it is more inau P" tilled he and hi men will be either killed or captured during the day. CRUISE OP THE KE AU HOU. The People of Mani and Hawaii Ignorant of the Trouble. The Inter-Island steamer Ke Au Hon returned to port last night about 6 o'clock from a cruise to Maul and Hawaii. Landings were made only at Mahukona and Maalaea. Every thing was found to be quiet at these places. No one knew of any trouble going on In Honolulu. Captain Free man, who was in charge, reported the surar mills grinding without any in terruption. Some surprise was ex pressed over the non-arrival of any of the island fleet, but no information was forthcoming regarding their delay th cause of the cruise of the Ke Au Hou. Hon. H. P. Baldwin was the only passenger aboard the Ke Au Hou, he having gone as representative of the Government. The following is the report made by Mr. Baldwin to the Government regarding the cruise : "I left this port at 9:20 a. m. Tues day, January 8th. Arrived atMaa laea at 6:25 p. m. of the same day. We found freight on the wharf and some people to meet the Kinau, and some carriages coming over the hill for the SmepSpose. I landed with Captain Freeman, who instructed the crew to stay in the boat and say nothing. Captain Freeman also stayed in the boat. Alter a little conversation with Mr. Conway, who has charge of the wharf? I was satisfied that they knew nothing of what was going on in Honolulu, and that everything was quiet on Maui. We left in a few .invt. and started for Mahu kona; arriving there at 12:05 a. m. of the 9th. Captain Freeman and I again went ashore; the cap tain sUylne in the boat with the crew. I went up and roused ii nnAilntnnAnt of tue landing, the regular uperintendent, Mr. Falk. being on Maui. After a.llt tle conversation with this man, I was it.M- v.o Vii7 Viftd no nsniclon. ol the uprising in Honolulu, and that everything was quiei on xiwi. fact, at neither Maalaea or Mahukona thv fc anvthlne about news from Honolulu. We got off to sea again shortly, and skirted along down the windward side of Maui. Ingoing up on the lee and coming down the windward side of Maui. I saw all the plantations on the Island. They were in Undine exceot possibly Olowalu, and work was apparency " usual. We arrived in Honolulu i at KXTAnmm-w V did not S any vessels on tbe trip, excepting a schooner anchored at Kaunakakaij eaid to be taking on wooa." A SCARE INCIDENT. Shots Out on King Street Caused Some Excitement. last night about 8 o'clock shots were heard out Leleo way. This caused widespread excitement. Word reached police headquarters that an armed force of the enemy was enter ing the city by King street bridge. As soon as this was received preparations were commenced to protect the police station and give the rebel Invaders a warm reception. There was a large force at police headquarters and these acted quickly. The windows of the Marshal's office on the Waiklki side were closed and barricaded. Those on the Ewa side were thrown open and four men armed with rifles, stationed in each. The main entrance was filled with men and an additional number of rifles placed within reach. The same preparations were made at the door of the receiving office, and a squad of police was drawn up in front of the station. It took but a few minutes to accomplish the work. Couriers were despatched to the local ity of the firing, and until their return things looked somewhat warlike about police headquarters. Investiga tion proved that a Chinese hackman had attempted to cross Smith's bridge after being ordered to stop, and a shot was fired upwards to bring him to a halt, by one of the guards stationed at that point. The report of the shot and news of the invading party caused the wildest sort of excitement aloDg lower King trpt. and un Nuuanu as far as Hotel. The Chinese stores and restaurants hurriedly closed their doors, and for a few moments a panic was threatened. Along Hotel street up to Fort there was a general stampede of excited in dividuals, few if any of them being armed. A number of ladles who hap pened to be in that portion of the city at the time rushed frantically toward lio. 2 engine nouse. iae irue caustr t of the trouble quickly spread, and in . a snort time quiet was resiureu. Looking for Carl Widemann. Deputy Marshal Brown went up to Judge Widemann's place at Punahou yesterday afternoon to arrest Carl Widemann, but failed to find that young man at home. He was in formed that Carl had been absent from home since last Thursday. The premises was searched, but the much-wanted individual could not be found. The Government received in formation that young Widemann left Wilcox's command on Sunday last and has not been seen or heard of since. He is supposed to be either killed or with Bam Nowlein's crowd or in hiding. Murray Heard From, A courier from "Tim" Murray's camp arrived last evening for provi sions and reinforcements. Some addi tional men were sent early this morn ing. Murray's party Is campad at the PaJolo ridge. Nothing was seen of the rebels yesterday. NOTES OF TELE DAY. list RnmA additions to the suspect will likely be made today. Alfred Carter and his men were near Koko Head yesterday. A native carpenter named Pua is one of Wilcox's lientenants. It seems that every rebel is supplied with a poi flag as a part of his outfit. n.nm Tvnra VinilHP. OQ TSlTima street, was searched yesterday after noon. -rtr it rtaniai vhn was formerlv a Judge at Wailuku, was arrested yes terday.' Captain KidwelFs sharpshooters will probably be sent to Pauoa Valley this morning. There are over 160 prisoners con fined at the Oahu prison, as a result of the rebellion. A number of cartridge belts found on rebels are supposed to have been made in Honolulu. It was reported yesterday afternoon that Fred Harrison had been released. Such is not the case. Proprietor Krouse, of the Arlington Hotel, Is busy these days supplying food for the military. A detachment of Company F was sent to Manoa Valley last night to re lieve the sharpshooters. It Is understood that Liliuokalani is under constant surveillance of the police, though not under arrest. fa docked today guards will be placed on her and no one will be allowed to go on board. It was reported yesterday that D. tit rsM-Viotf wm shot at Manoa. He denied the story in person last night. Business was partially resumed yes terday. Several of the retail stores were open, also the post office and banks. Charles Bartow, who surrendered yesterday, is a son of the auctioneer of early days. He was in the 1889 re bellion. Comnoi Park at comnlained yester- r?ar KM.nu Rnma truards would not J . -fr , miJ.M house shows signs of having been fired into on several siues. xxia japuoo servant who was shot In the leg while in the house, and afterwards sent to the hospital, is improving. Seven Prisoners Taken. Carnest Renken was sent out on a mission yesterday, and returned last night with four prisoners in cnarge. He found them with three others, in k.nininitr xfaVunn Point. They could not give a satisfactory explana tion of their movements and were taken in charge. Three were left at Kaneohe. A cartridge was found on one of the men when he was searched at the police station. No Hanging Today, It was generally reported about town yesterday that the military au thorities had decided to hang Captain Davies and James Lane, the man who is said to be the murderer of Charles L. Carter. It was learned last night that the report was not true. JOHN M. VIVAS, Esq., has this day been appointed an Agent to take Ac knowledgments to Labor Contracts for the District of Kona, Island of Oahu. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, January 9, 1895. 3SSS-3t BYATJTHOBITT. the HOLLISTER DRUG PROCLAM ATIOU. EXECUTIVE BUILDING, Honolulu, H. I , January allow him to enter Judge Widemanns residence. Company B voted Miss Perry many thanks yesterday for a supply of cot fee. The young lady is a sister of Judge Perry. J. L. Osmer, the ex-turnkey, who was supposed to be a deserter, Is said to be at Manoa acting as an orderly for Dr. Howard. Dr. Weyson, of Company B, was brought to town yesterday. Overwork p rostra tea mm. xao w front again today. Additional soldiers were sent un Nuuanu Valley last night to cut off Wilcox's flight II he should attempt to escape that way. Com Dan v B men are a little sore because they have not been sent to the front. A detail was sant to Tan- alus yesterday afternoon. The register at the Police Station shows six prisoners of war brougnt in today, with Alex. Pauhau and David Analui arrested for conspiracy. Tn.nutn Miliar want to the front last evening and was enthusiastic over the bravery oi wmpu "For hungry men tney iougnwiKe tigers." Wilcox's men are getting nungry. Yesterday's prisoners state that all tney nave naa since ouuuajr vr baked bananas. They missed their poi sadly. A report came yesterday afternoon, to the effect that fighting was going on in the vicinity of Judge Hartwell's residence. The story did not amount to anything. Caotain Frank McStocker, with thirtfive Citizens' Guard, went up Nuuanu Valley after 10 o'clock last night to prevent Wilcox's command crossing to Koolau. The captured natives all have the same story as 10 me cause oi men following Wilcox. They say Wilcox threatened to shoot them unless his cause was supported. A rebel was shot and killed last night by some of Lieutenant King's men while skirmishing on Mount Tantalus. It Is supposed that he be longed to Wilcox's party. The sharpshooters objected to being placed on patrol duty preferring to go to the front. Their desire has been granted and mo9t of Captain Kidwell's men are now nunung reucia. There is some talk of a royalist league with a large membership hav ing been formed in Honolulu some time ago. Many of the royalists now under arrest are said to belong to the body., When the Sharpshooters returned to their headquarters in the Central Union Church last night they found a very appetizing cold lunch awaiting them. They thank the thoughtful 'donors. Cecil Brown returned from Maka Point at 11 o'clock last night. He enptured three natives while away. They were placed in Kaneohe jail, and will be brought into town this morning. The body of the native who was killed at Manoa Valley yesterday was taken to a house on the road. It was carried on Major Potter's horse. It will be interred today by men de tailed for the purpose. Lewis J. Levey, the auctioneer, was taken from his store yesterday after noon by Captain Scott. When he reached the Station he kicked very hard but his objections did not save him from being locked up. John Badin, "Nick" Peterson, Jas. Brown and Manuel Reis were arrested yesterday. They are all drivers at the "290" stand. They appeared to be the most surprised men in town yesterday when they were apprehended. While Joseph Marsden was blazing away at the rebels in Manoa Valley yesterday, some men belonging to Company A fired at him, mistaking him for oue of the eneny. Fortu nately the sharpshooter escaped unin jured. Captain Thompson, of the bark S. C. Alien, made up his mind to sail yesterday, but was prevented from doing so by the presence of two armed guards on board of hi vessel. He lodged a protest with United States Consul Mills. nporcre Beckley went out to his Waikiki residence yesterday. He re ports the place somewhat dilapidated, evidently having been raided and oc cupied by the revolutionists. The Department of Fwaxce, i Honolulu. H.I.. December 19 , 1894. J Under Article 35, Section 1 of the Con stitution, it is required that each mem ber of the Cabinet shall make an annual report of the transactions within bis de-. partment, during the year ending December 31. . The Minister of Finance takes this occasion to request .all those having claims of a monetary nature, to present them to this office, through the proper Departments not later than the tenth day of January next, after which date the books will be closed. AU persons having 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 3ist, 1894. ' S. M. DAMON, Minister of Finance. 3872-Ot 1613 4t The righr. of WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS is hereby suspended and MARTIAL LAW is instituted and es tablished throughout the Island of Oaho, to continue until further notice, during ing which time, however, the Courts will continue in session, and conduct ordinaty business as usual, except as aforesaid. By the President: SANFORD B, DOLE, President of the Republic of Hawaii. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. COMPAN Y 8HOWING THE FINEST LIXE8 JN THE CITY OF Handsome Toilet Cases, Manicure Sets, Odor Cases, Sachets, AND THE CHOICEST PERFUMES FROM THE LABORATORIES OF LUBIiS, LUNDBORGr, COLGATE, ATKINSON, ETC. Republic of Hawaii. ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE. Water Notice. In accordance with Section 1 of Chap ter XXVI oi the law s of 1886 : 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 Honolulu Water Works on the 1st day of January, 1895. All such rates remaining unpaid for fifteen days after they are due will be subject to an additional 10 per cent. Bates are payable at th9 offise of the Water Works in Kapuaiwa Building. ANDREW BROWN, Superintendent Honolulu Water Works. December 20, 1894. 3873-td G. WEST, Commission -:- Merchant IMPORTER AND DEALER IN Carriage Materials Of Every Description Including OAK, ASH, HICKORY - AND WHITE WOOD LUMBER, Spokes, all sizes ; Savern Wheels, Wood Hub Wheels, Sawed Felloes, Bent Kims from l to z mcnes, Dump Cart Shafts, Wagon Poles, TVmKI frAfl. Riruylft-treea. i Wagon and uart turns, au sizes ; AND A FULL ASSORTMENT OK 'rimmers, Materials rCarriaee Hardware, Norway Iron, and Steel Tires. XJm Having a long experience in the Carriage Business, I am prepared to sup ply Carriage Builders, Plantations, etc., with first-class materials, personally selected, at the very lowest cash prices. XyAll Island orders will receive prompt attention. MASONIC BLOCK, Corner A lake and Hotel Streets. ?gTeIephone No. 350. SS78-tf ATTENTION ! I WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN form my friends and the public that I am still in the Tinsmith and Plumbing business That I am now offering for cash regular size 2x6 feet, Zinc Lined Bath Tubs, witn ring, unain ana email piece of pipe ready for connection for only $10 each. Also Stone Pipe at bed rock prices : 6 in.. 45c. a length ; 5 in., 40c. a lennlh ; 5 in . , 25c a length. All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to. CRing up Telephone 844 and your orders will receive prompt attention at lowest prices. JAS. NOTT. Jr. Notice to Consignees. THE BRITISH 8TEAM er Bentala is entered at f!nstnmR- f!nnitrnia a rt requested to pass tneir entries at Cus toms at once. NAN YU SHA COMPANY, 411 King street, 3S83-3t Agents. The Hawaiian Gazette Coupaxt manufacture rubber stamps of all descriptions. HONOLULU, H. I., Jakdary 7, 1895. Pacific Guano and Fertilizer COMPANY. Q. N. WILCOX President. J. F. HACKFELD.... Vice-President. P. O. BOX 484. T. MAY .... Auditor. E. SUHR Secretary aud Treasurer. MUTUAL, TEL. 467. OUR NEW W0BK8 AT KALI HI being completed, we are now ready to furnish all kinds of . ARTIFICIAL : FERTILIZERS ! ALSO CONSTANTLY ON HAND Pacific Guano, Potash, Sulphate of Ammonia, Nitrate of Soda, Calcined Fertilizer Salts7 ETC.. EIC, ETC., E1C, ETC o Special attention given to analysis of soils by our Agricultural Chemist. Ail goods are guaranteed in every respect. 55For further particulars apply to PA0IFIC GUANO AND FERTILIZER COMPANY DR. W. AVERT) AM. Manager; 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, 1S95. 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. II. SOPER, Ad j atant- General NOTICE Under MARTIAL LAW every person found upon the streets or in any public p?ace 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 tbs Marshal's Office. The gathering of crowds is prohibited. Any one disturbing the peace or dis obeying crder3 is liable to summary arrest without warrant. By order of the Commander-in-Chief, J. H. SOPER, Adjutant-General. "Wtfc Tilted - etc , Ju.st to umw-- 10,0 00 Ft ,YUovdditVT - . ScotveTraYv&Vfcl' DELICATE DELICIOUS ! ! DAINTY ! ! ! ASK YOUR GROCER FOR BED LABEL OTSTEES Will be received at the office ot tne Minister of the Interior till 12 o'clock are new pack-Large, Fat, Extra selected. One trial will prove their menta. noon on WEDNESDAY, January 9tn, Sealed Tenders 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 not bind himself p accept the lowest or any bid. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Inierior Office, January 4, 1895. 3885-3t Nu BtThe Cans of This Brand Contain a Greater Quantity ' m T A. L A m Than Those oi any uww Frank B. Peterson & Co., Coast Agents FOR SALE. Hew Columbia Bicycle, Model 36, Inner Tube Tires. At a Bargain. Inquire of Wm. Savidge, Real Estate Agent, Merchant st. 3885-tf EVERYBODY BESTOWS Geo. W. Lincoln Is Burned Out, bat 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.