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Both banks were open yesterday jifternoon. The Salvation Army has pended work for the present. 8U8- Chief Crowley and family will leave for home in the Alameda. In all probability the Island steamers will depart this afternoon. c A Mnioa rf Vif A nvrnTTQvn and Gazette with your letters to- day. The Post Office was open yester- day afternoon for the transaction of business. .No arrests have been made since Sunday. Even chicken thieves are taking a rest. The Board of Directors of Wil rlprVi fttpamshin ComDanv .held a meeting yesterday afternoon. The usual Wednesday evening nmvpr meetincr was not held at Central Union Church last even v mm Residents on the Plains are havY in g a hard time to keep their 8er-t,oward Nauanu cemetery was be mts, who seem to be afraid of vants war. An fcvenine paper stated last night that Carl Mettw employed in Bishop's bank, was under arrest, It is not a fact. , -r . j u" - j raui isenDere a u river, ub uc serveanim. Bo ue , "A" " wuicio "f" j aay morning. Manacer Lowrie. of Ewa Planta-1 tion, was in town yesterday. He I reports everything quiet in his ais- i tnct. The Japanese laborers nave i all resumed work. I ThA foreign correspondents will A n .AVx rvf Vi rovn nf nn w o : . . i BCUU iUll i C WO w kmv w- - who represents a syndicate of Am erican papers, will send about 10,000 words on the situation, to gether with illustrations of war scenes and the principal leaders of the rebellion. THREE DAYS' RECORD. The Number of Injured Men on the uovernment siae. In the ficht of the past three days there were five men disabled besides the one killed. Four were disabled fighting on the side of the -Government, and one while in the employ of George Beckley. As a result of the first day's fighting Holi and David Lokana were injured. The former received a bullet in the left side of the ab domen which passed through his body lodeine to the left of the . . . i . i 1 I also in the richt shoulder. I Ab a result of the second day's ficrhtincr Lieutenant Ludwie and Fugie, George Beckley'a servant, f- n u were injured. The former was shot through the thigh ; the latter was shot in the right thumb, the bullet glancing off and scratching his right thigh. Yesterday Armstrorc Smith was brought in completely prostrated lrom overwork and exposure. All the patients are doing well at the hospital. AT ST. LOUIS COLLEGE. Gain of Twenty-five Students Over Last Year. St. Louia College opened a short time ago, with 515 boys enrolled. This is a gain of twenty-five over last year. Yesterday only about half the number enrolled were present on account of the rebellion. The boarding school has fifty-six boys ; a gain of two over last year. One of these is a new boy from Maui. A number more of white children than last year, are present. From day to day the attendance fluctuates, owing to sickness and boys being sent out to work. The present hard times have affected the daily attendance very mater ially. Booked to Leave. The following persons are booked to leave for San Francisco in the Alameda today : Mrs. S. I. Shaw, J. T. Barraclough and wife, P. Crowley and wife, Miss E. H. Crow ley, Miss Dodson, Miss Durham, A. B. Townsend, E. S. Taylor and wife, F. A. Jacobs, Miss Liebert, R. H. Collier, W. II. Kruse, B. F. Ham merely. No Vesaela Depa.it A number of island steamers were advertised to leave port yes terday afternoon, but shortly after noontime word was received from the Government that no vessels of any kind would be al'wed to de part. The bark S.bj .AJlen was ready for sea but Captain Thomp son was not allowed to sail. cpine. lhe lauerwas snoLinrougn i ve laiK. vi nuugKong aa a vjuurai the arm iust below the elbow, and tar in the East. Would it make THE 1'ACIPIC FUNERAL OP J. T. WATERH0U8E. Relatives, Friends and Employees Follow Remains to the Grave. The funeral of the late John T. Waterhouee took place yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the family retidence on Nuuanu ave nue. Among the large number of mends present were prominent business men of the city with I wnom me deceased was intimately associated up to the time of hia I aBi njnees. I The casket was placed in a room I adjoining the parlor and the fold- j ing doors between the two thrown open. In the parlor and on the veranda immediately outside were the friends, the room in which the casket was placed being reserved for the relatives, the choir and Rev. Dr. Peck who conducted the services. After the benediction, the casket was removed to the hearse by the pan bearers and the procession Forty or more Japanese and Por- I tuguese, the majority of the former belonging to the two Japanese churches of the city, all the em ployees of the late Mr. Water I house, marched two bv two in . . e , i.r . j atelr following were carriages of the relatives and friends. Aa the Droce88ion drew near the cemetery, the Government band. stationed near by, played a funeral march, and when the hearse reach- ed the grave the Japanese and Por- tuguese formed a iong line past Mch the casket followed by the iciouvco u tuo ucucaecu, was uar ..t Af iu j The usual services were con ducted at the grave by Rev. Dr. Peck and the body was lowered to its last resting place. It is said the question of detain ing the steamship Alameda in port until the rebellion is suppressed was discussed and agreed upon at yesterday's Cabinet meeting. Englishmen in China, The following is the very cheer ful conclusion of an article in a recent issue of the Shanghai Mer cury: Whether we elect to help China out of her mess, or decide to let her severely alone, we must be prepared for events. Either will involve us in contingencies striking at the very root of our national ex istence. We are prepared for noth ing. Our promised reenforcements have dwindled, our ships are de layed, our troops countermanded. TIT P TT 1 - M 1 anv better stand than Port Arthur against a perious attack? We doubt it. O.ir whole system of government there is rotten to the V core. e have been nursing up carefully a colony of aliens, and have neither a civil nor military administration that would stand the test of a hostile demonstration. These may be disagreeable truths, but they are truths none the less, and we commend them to the seri ous consideration of every English man wherever he is or in what cir cumstances he may be placed. 1 mm i riot to Steal Ada. The Chicago Evening Post prints a sensational account of an attempt made in that city recently to ab duct Miss Ada Rehan not the real, true, precious Miss Ada her self, but the solid, metalic name sake, otherwise known as the Mon tana silver statue. This model of Miss Rehan was much talked of during the World's Fair year. It is nine feet high, and is a solid cast of pure silver. I he base up on which it stands is of gold bul- lion and is worth $224,000. Honolulu Cricket Club. "pilE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE i above Club is postponed until TUESDAY, Januarv 22nd. V. 11. KITCAT, "SSG-3t President. P.O. Box CSG. Mutual Tel. 544. NiN-YC COMPANY, LIMITED, Commission Merchants IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Japanese -:- Provisions AHD GESER1L MERCHANDISE, 411 KING STREK T, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. New Goods by every eteamer. ?878-lv The Adttbtiseb is the leadiD daily paper of the Hawaiian Islands. It has a larger circulation and adver tising patronage than any paper Sublished in the Hawaiian Islands, 'elepbones 88. COM31EBC1AI, ADYRTISEH: HONOLULU, JANUABY 10, 1895. DPBCIAL BVDHTEOD JTCXTO. When you wish to discontinue housekeeping let Hawkins & Henry bid on your furniture in its entirety. It will avoid inconvenience of selling in pieces or sale. King and Alakea streets. EJlJ Hawkins - Henry make es timates on all classes of painting, wall papering and upholstering. All work guaranteed. King and Alakea streets. gjL New and second-hand furni ture, all kinds of second-hand books, jewelry and diamonds bought and sold. Contracts for painting. Hawkins & Henry. - tST Beach Grove, Walklkl, near Bishop's Switch Bathing and Picnic Resort. Reserves for families, ladies and children. Terms reasonable. Chas. F. Warben, Manager. tBarHaina in Handkerchief a Children's fancy-border Handker chiefs at 50 cts. a dozen, Ladles' fancy border Hankerchlefs reduced to 65 cts. a dozen; Special, Ladies' white, hemmed-stitch handkerchiefs $1 per dozen, at N. S. Sachs,' 520 Fort St. tSFJnst OpenedA new lot of Ladies' and Children's Capes, Infant Cloaks; also a fine assortment of Silk olenes, in figured and solid colors at Sachs' Store, Fort Street. Seal Presses complete in twenty-four hours at Wichman's, $6, $6, $6, $6. CT Patronize Ilaniwai Baths, Waikiki. Tram cars pass the door. W. S. Bartlett, Proprietor. Xy Private Lodgings for two gentlemen at "Diana Lodge," corner of Victoria and Thurston streets. A perfectly healthful place. Stabling convenience. Terms reasonable. 3858 lm Fine Phot&raphin'g. At Wil liams' show cases are to be seen mini ture photographs on watch dials which he is making a spcialty of. Also some fine work on silk handkerchiefs. Lantern slides wo are making in sets, for Lectures, or by the dozen. Bro mide prints for the trade. jEXT" Por Bai gains In New and Second-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow ei, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose, etc., call at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuanu and King streets. CT Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps, Rugs, Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Steamer and Veranda Chairs, Bed Lounges," Sofas, Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets, Sewing Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest Cash Prices at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuanu and King streets. If yon want to sell ont your Furniture in its entirety, call at the I. X. L. tSS'G. R. Harrison, Practical Piano and Organ Maker and Tuner, can fur nish best factory references. Orders left at Hawaiian News Co. will receive prompt attention. All work guaran teed to be the same as done in factory. $J All manner of complicated Watch Work at Wichman's. Pine Watch repairing at Wichman's. ART SCHOOL. Lfnnn in DrawlDg xnl Painting. D. HOWARD HITCHCOCK, CLASS KOOMS - HOTKL t-TREET. DRAWING CLASE$-Tuesdy and Wednes iay aftrmoon or Saturday morn m it. PAINTING CLARES Tuesday and Wednesday morning or Saturday morninjr. SKETCH CLASE3 Every alternate Satnrdav afternoon. KA1E- Drawing c'asi, per month $S; Drawing class, per single lesson $1.50; Tainting class, per month $10; Painting class, per single lesson $2; Jrketci class free to regular pupils, to others, jer les son $1.50. Special rates for private pupils and to those desiring daily study at class rooms. Criticism and instruction will be given twice a week in each class. The class rooms will be ojen from 8 a. m. to 12 m. for morning classes, from 1 to 5 p. m. for afternoon classes on days specified above. 32S-lw Copartnership Notice V: ESSHS. THEO. F. UNSING AND Mannie Phillips have this day been admitted as partners in our firm. M. PHILLIPS & CO. Honolulu, January 1st, 1S95. 3831-2 w JLOSt. I A GOLD ENAMEL, HAT PIN, SET with diamonds, between town and Waikiki. A reward of $15 will ho paid for it return to this office. 3893-tf Jim Dodd's Flag. Tib the flag of my country the the free. flag of itn the stars and the true liberty z stripes, type of And the white flag that floats to all uearca ia dear, Tis the tignal ol plenty cool EsrrKRpaisa Then let them the blest. float ever o'er Hawaii They're type of and of rest : contentment, of peace Let tyrants beware, under them we've no i ear, Uncle Sam gives us strength backed by E.VTxrRi8x Beer! PAHTHEOH SALOON JIM DODD, Proprietor. 3375-2w E. VANDOORN & CO., -DEALERS IS- Havana, Manila an! Domestic Cigars We also carry a full line ot Tobaccos, Pipes, etc., etc. ICE COLD DRINKS A SPECIALTY. aUotep in on your way to the city iront ana gee a coia arm ana a good cigar. No. 208 Fort St, Esplanade 3877-y LOVE'S BAKERY, NVDANU STREET, Family :- Breads A SPECIALTY. GOODS GUARANTEED IN TOWN. 3879-lm THE BEST Offices to Let IN THE IMPROVED CARTWKIGOT BUILDING. LAWYERS AND PROFESSIONAL men generally are requested to inspect office rooms in the Cartwbight Building on Merchant street. There are three rooms en suite.one facing Merchant and Bethel streets. These offices will be rented at a reasonable rent to a respon sible tenant. Apply on the premises to BRUCE CARTWRIGHT. 3796-tf Store and Cellar TO LET, - No. 23 Nuuanu street, premises formerly occupied by Tahiti Lemonade Works. Apply to Benson, Smith & Co. 3735-tf For Kent. FURNISHED DOCTOR'S OF fice and living rooms adjoining at the corner of Punchbowl and Bereta- nia streets. The premises formerly occupied by Dr. Foote and lately by Dr. Atcherly. The premises consist of Wait ing Room, Laborlatory.Operating Room, Bed Room, Kitchen, Bath Room, etc. fiXPossession given December 1st, 1891. Apply to J. ALFRED MAGOON, 3So2-t.f Office, next Postoffice. To Rent. THAT COMMODIOUS BUILD ing formerly occupied by the Union Ice Works and adjoining HI Lucas' Planing Mill. Terms moderate. Applv to HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY. 3812 2m For Sale. A SINGER SEWING MACHINE. Slitrhtlv scratched in passage. For sale at a discount at tnn Viavi office. 3880-tf Lost. WAILUKU" SUGAR COMPANY'S draft on C. Brewer fe Co., No. 953, favor of Hoon Wo for $150. Payment on same has been stopped. Finder please return to 3807-3m WING WO CHAN A CO. For Sale. ONE SQUARE PIANO. (Steinway & Sons'.) Will sell cheap. A pply to "X," 3S71-2W Notice. EVERY DAY FOK SUPPER WE will serve chicken or duck. Thurs days and Mindavs we wiii serve same for both dmner and supper. gjzJ- The only first-clasa meals in Honolulu. NEW MODEL LUNCH ROOMS, S65-lm Hothel street. Situation Wanted. T)Y A LADY. AS NURSE FOR ladies or cLildren. or as housekeep er. No objection to leaving Honolulu lor other Inlands. Firpt-clas references. Address 4,K," Gaxsttk office. 3878-1 w m this office. c. FLO UK Has gained the con. fidence of all con- sumers. Prices below any other No. i Stand- ard Flour in market. WE GUARANTEE EVERY SACK. Theo. H. Davies & Co., SOLE AGENTS. 3833-tf FRANK J. KRUGER, Practical -:- Watchmaker CUMM1NGS' BLOCK, FORT STREET. - - HONOLULU. H. I. IMPORTER AND DEALER IN AND CLOCKS 1 WATCHES trRepairing specialty. Give me a of fine Watches a call before bayine. 3S58-3m T. E. LINDSAY, Manufacturer of Natire Jewelry V DBALXR IS Imported Jewelry, Gold and Silverware, Diamonds, Etc, Just the things suitable for the holidays. 2 OS MERCHANT ST., Between Fort and Kaahumanu streets. 3861-3m Commercial Saloon, Corner Nuuanu and Beretania Streets T. KEVEN, - - Manager. COOL, FRESH BEER ON DRAUGHT AND THE STANDARD BRANDS OF BOTTLED BESB. Fine Whiskies, Brandies, Wines AND FRENCH LIQUORS. Table Claret a specialty. CThe only Sporting House in town. 386o-ti H. G. BIART, Formerly with Wenner & Co. Jeweler -: and :- Watchmaker, 114 ItlZSTO STREET, Hawaiian Jewelry and Diamond Setting A SPECIALTY. SOUVENIR fcPOONS at very low prices. C7"Don't forget the Kincr pfreet. number 114 3303-y or Sale. A FUSE HOUSE LOT, 100 FEET front by 150 feet deep, situated on Kinau street near Pensacola. Only a short distance from the tramcar line. It is a very desirable place for a residence For farther part icn fare applv to J. ALFRED M'AOON. Attorney at Law, near the Post Office, j 3847-tf c. IKE ! f w, bare rcmored our STOCK OP JEWELRY TO THE Store Lately Occupied - BY WENNER & OO Where we will be pleased to eee oar old patrons and many new ones. CCP. O. BOX 2S7. Jacobson & Pfeifler. SS5S-U CRITERION SALOON Fort. Near Hotel Street. CHA8. J. MCCARTHY, - Mnasr. Popular Brands of Straight G ALWAYS ON HAND. Try the Great Appetizer THE BROWNIE COCKTAIL, a specialty with this resort. DEPOT OF THE FA1I0US WIULAND LAGER BUTE 3S53-J : FOB -:- SALE! THE AHUPUAA Kalnaalia ,1 On tha Island of Ilcbbd. Said Land contains an acreago ot about 1200 acxes, 200 of which is the best cofibe land, and the balance is grazing and kalo land. A good House and a fine well of sweet water inclnded in the aboye. XEnqnire of E. G. Hitchcock, At Marshal's Office, Honolulu. 8863-gm CENTEAL MABKET! NT7UANU OTIUHETT. First-olAM Market in erery respect; be sides carrying a fall line of Meats we make a specialty of Head Cheese, ; PreMed Corn JBsti. WESTBR00K & GARES, 3437-q Proprietor. THE Merchants' Exchange Will receive by the Australia morning this A FKESH INVOICE OF ENTERPRISE BEER ALfeO OYSTKRS FOR COCKTAILS t 3808-tf McHBBIN'S ANHB1IJ0US PUIS SOLD BY 7 HE Hollister Drug Company 385-lm The Accomodation Line. ON AND AFTER Nov ember 26. 1894, there will he a dailv line of Stacks from WAIALUa to PEARL CITY 8nn days excepted, leavingWaialaa at 7 am. and arriving at Pearl City in time for the 11 o'clock tain for Honolulu; leaving Pearl City on arrival of 1 :45 train from Honolulu, arriving at Waialna at 6 p.m. ED. BOG ART, Driver and Manager. Waialua, November 26, 1894. 3854-1 m Building Lots. AT WAIKIKI ON CAR LINE, and on PA LAMA ROAD near Fertilizing Plant. These Lota are very cheap and will be sold on easy term. Desirable ACRE TRAC 8 near the citv and other properties for sale. BRUCE WARING & CO., 503 Fort Street, near King. 287-Sm Something New. I have just returned from tha Coast and have opened up a complete stock of Groceries. Everything and anything from sugar to the choicest of luxuries. My motto is to give VALUE FOR VALUE. Everything new and fresh. Come and get ray prices and be con vinced, j. H. GUY, Cash Grocer. Hotel ard Union sfs , opp Arlington Hotel. 3859-3m Advertiser 75 cente a month. Ill Iff ATT I Y ,111V Al.