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.- -t t-i i- -J ' : ;-VI. v, tT . .... 1 An 1 3 1 If1 1 vv WAV Ay , CtblUhd July y, isso. VOL, XXI.. IO, 3889. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS FRIDAY. JAN U Alt Y 11, 1895, PHICE: 5 CENTS. i .ti.iifiiii C. BREWER & CO., LIMITED Qacca Street, Honolulu, B. I. AGENTS FOR HawaUah Agxlcalttual Co., Oaome 8azr Co. Honozna Sugar Co., Walloka Ouxw Co . , W&ihee Sugar Co., Makeo &apiT Co 4. II aleak alft Ranch Co., Kapa pauA Ranch Piaatera line 8aa Franclaco Facketi. Chxa Brewer & Co.'a line of Boataa PacietJ. Agents Boston Board o! Underwriters. Agents Philadelphia Board ol Under writers. ust or ovrioxBSi P. C. Joscxs..... President Qbo. II, RoBiBTftOM Manager E. F. Bianor Tree, and Becy. Oou W. F. AXLX3C Auditor O. M. Cooxs ) U. Watxxhousx ... V ... . ...Directors 0. L. 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Particular attention paid to ships' blacksmithins:. Job work ezented on the shortest notic. lewis & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers 111 FORT STREET, Telephone 240. P. O. Box 297. LEWERS & COOKE, Successors to Lewers & Dickson. Importers and Dealers in Lumber And all Kinds of Building Materials. wo. sa fort street, Honolulu CONSOLIDATED Soda Water Works Company, Limited Zspli&ids, Corner Alien ini Fort Sts. HOLLISTER & CO., 3710 1553-lr Agentg. JOHN T. WATERH0USE, Impottax aaa Dlu is GENERAL MERCHANDISE. yo.lS-l qoMnBtrft, noBOlcia. M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS WHOLESALE GROCERS AJD DEALERS IS Leather and Shoe Findings HONOLULU. IflTNTQ Honolulu Pomp Works Co., AVimilO Honolnln Tannery. H. HACKFELD A CO., General Commission Agents Cor. Fort and Queen sts., Honolnln. ITS BACKBONE fS up End of the Rebellion Only Matter of Time. WILCOX'S COMMAND SURROUlfDID. Soldiers Fail to Forco Battle on Thursday. DAY Sl'ENT IN UUSIf WflACttlNQ. Oovrnnint Forces Umim mn Opportun ity to Ilt Mn-of-wr Emrlda Arrival In Port From South Amr IcANatlvo Police Mmy bo 8eut Iuto the BIootIo. 'The backbone is broken' was the terse review of the rebellion given by Minister King, last eve ning. This expression of the case is thoroughly corroborated by the events of yesterday. The rebels are keeping as far away from the Govern ment forces as it is possible. Their supeilor knowledge of the mountains and passes gives them a great Advantage, though it is only a matter of time when they must give up, judging from the appear ance of the few prisoners brought in during the day. They are get ting short of food and are badly worn and weary by hard marches through the mountains, and expos ure. Prisoners state that the wcunded men are in a sorry plight, having nothing with which to dress their wounds. The day Thursday, was passed trying to get a shot at Wilcox's men, in the Pauoa and Manoa valleys. Murray's men came in during the afternoon from a fruit less skirmish through the Palolo and Manoa regions, to locate Now lein's company. The men had been out all night and looked like veritable bushwhackers when they arrived at the station. They were ordered home for a much needed rest. During the forenoon the sharp shooters went up Nuuanu Valley and from there went across to the Pauoa region. They could dis cover no opposition and returned in the afternoon. Company B men were on Tantalus and the regulars under Captain Zeigler and Lieut enants Coyne and King held their positions in the Pauoa Valley. Last night at 6 o'clock a body of men went out with Mr. McStocker to the Pali where they were placed under the command of Alfred Carter. Henry Poole, a half-white was brought in a prisoner during the day. He says Greig and Wide mp.nn have not been seen since the rebels left Diamond Head. In the city the principal arrest of the day was that of Thomas B. Walker. He was taken to the sta tion by Mr. B. F. Dillingham. Joe Aea and young Barto were the other arrests. At 1 :20 o'clock last night forty men under Captain Camara were ordertd to Nuuanu Valley to re enforce the squad of Citizens Guard. Company B with fifty men, spent the night on Tantalus. Lieutenant Carter with thirteen men of Company C, is on Punch bowl. Captain King with thirty men from E, is in the Pauoa Val ley, and Captain Zeigler with his fifty men are in Manoa Valley. Captain Smith's company of forty men were back of Lunalilo Home. One of the Cabinet officers stated last night that there was a possi bility that the native police would be sent into thf mountains to lo cate the rebel?, their knowledge of the mountains and oase giving them an advantage over trie Gov ernment troops for such work. IN PAUOA V ALLEY. Nothing Seen of Robert Wilcox or j Hi3 Party Yesterday. Robert Wilcox and his few fol lowers are now in hiding in the brush on the east side of Nuuanu r Valley. They have retreated just as far as they can and nothing re mains for them but death by star vation or surrender. It is gener ally believed that the leader will not give himself up and will fight to the last. That the rebels are located in Nuuanu is almost certain as their tracks could be seen at the head of Manoa. ' The men are surrounded by Government forces; one party is stationed at Kooiau, another at the Pall, while Nuuanu Valley is well guarded. Tbo sharpshooters under Captain Ktdwell, numbering about forty menarrived in the Pauoa camp yesterday afternoon about 2:30 o'clock. They had been scouring the upper portion of Pauoa but did not come across Wilcox's party. They discovered tracks of the rebels. Captain Kid well thought that the men bad retreated towards Nuuanu, hoping to escape by way of Kooiau. The sharpshooters had a long tramp yesterday. They appeared at the head of the valley, some waving truce nags. Xn the dis tance they looked like natives and there was great excitement In camp, many believing that the rebels were surrendering them selves. As the party moved nearer it was soon learned that it was composed of Captain -Kid well's men. Before they reached camp word was passed around that they had killed two men and had three prisoners in tow. This report proved to be incorrect, no one was shot and no prisoners were taken. The riflemen said that they had fired at what appeared to be two retreating figures and that was all. They were a tired looking and hungry lot of men when they struck camp. They were disgusted with everything ou account' of the non success of (heir mission. After eating some lunch the sharp shooters left for town. f During the morning there were no signs of hostile rebels. The Tantalus ridge was thoroughly searched by Lieutenant Coyne and his men. They left Punchbowl about 9 o'clock on Wednesday night and reached and camped at the Japanese nursery. They made an early start and finally reached the Pauoa camp. On their march they caught one native straggler, a a half-caste named Poole, and Ar thur Fitzgerald. Poole was mighty glad to sur render, and when he reached camp he was questioned about Wcox and his movements. The prisoner stated that he and the rebel who was killed by Lieutenant King's men on Wednesday night, both deserted when the sharpshooters made the attack at Manoa. He said that Wilcox had about thirty men with him and intended, if possible, to escape by way of Kooiau. Poole is a carpenter. He was in the '89 re bellion. About 150 rounds of am munition were found upon him. His clothes w-re torn into shreds and in exposed places his flesh was a mass of scratches, caused by coming in contact with the lan tana. Arthur Fitzgerald is a well-known character about town. He has been hanging around the military camps since Monday. He was found yes terday on the side of Pauoa. He could not give a satisfactory ac count of himself so was sent in town with the other prisoner. He was released later. The rebel who was killed in Pauoa Valley on Wednesday night was buried yesterday by a native. The body was not identified, but Poole said he was one of Wilcox's lieutenants. He wore a coat such as was used by the military under the monarchy. The brass buttons were removed and kept as souve nirs by the soldiers. A report from the front last night stated that the mangled remains of a white man had been found up Manoa, late yesterday, by some of the military." On searching the body the name of L. Marshall was found on the socks. A report received late last night stated that Wilcox and his men were making for Waimanalo. . Two War Editions. Today's Gazette is a war edition in every sense of the word. So is this morning's Adtxbtiskb. Take your choice or both. In wrappers at this office or at the newsdealers. NOTES OP THE DAY. Detachments of Companies K and D are located in Pauoa Valley. Last night was the most quiet one since the beginning of hostili ties. Sam Nowlein and bis crowd of warriors evidently prefer hiding to fighting. Sam. K. Pua. formerly a member of the Lestslajure, was locked up Itjraa learned yesterday that a nativa named Pua it in tha Wilcox camp badly trounced. ; Joa Aea waa arrested at H&sca ycsUrcUy. It w thcr.rht thrt ho A equad w&sf csat to" the top cf Diamond - Head ' ycztetd:.? bz$ no traces of the rebels couldf csca. Captain Camara Is noW Ccsacis sarvfor the military forcea.v Xle makes a good one, to tho boys cay. terday at his home while wfita washmg the fence around bis prem ises. ;'. : . An order has been issued to ps:s unesier xjojwa urate with a yea Hght through the lines without stoppages. A native stated yesterday that Theresa Cartwright la with Wilcsx. Another native woman la with the rebels also. Arthur Fitzgerald atated last night that he was chief cook for Captain Zeigler's company on Wed nesday night. A squad of twenty-fire men was sent up to Luakaha last night to re-enforce the command under Alfred Carter. It is said that Wilcox's men are Irent i.nvrthfr thrrmtrh lfiTi4 rmltr They would all desert if they bad a good chance. r No one has seen -"Major" Seward since Sunday. He is believed to tured he willilike the place. Lionel Jlart, kelexk in the For- mt .mm m eign KJuice, nirea a norse lor one ot the rebels on last Sunday. He will probably lose his position for doing so. Nothing haB been heard of Louis Marshall since Sunday. : It is generally believed that he, Grreig and Widemann are with Sam Now lein's crowd. Surgeon' Howard and Assistant Hough came in from Pauoa last night. Some shooting w&s reported aboye the head of the yalley toward Nuuanu. It is understood that if the Gov ernment allows George Lycurgus his freedom he will leave the coun try. He will not be allowed to leave, for the present at least. Arthur Fitzgerald, "who "was sent in from the Pali , during yesterday, made a satisfactory statement to the Marshal and was released after a few moments incarceration. The reason vfhy sailing vessels are not allowed to leave port is to prevent the escape of any of the rebels. The vessels might become becalmed and be reached by means of canoes. The Government has found it a difficult matter to obtain supplies for the armed forces, and there is some talk of employing J. W. Chapman to take charge of this important branch. The current rumors regarding the death of Carl Widemann are thought to be unfounded, and to have been circulated so as to give that young man a chance to get out of the country. A systematic .search of the gulches around Diamond Head would likely result in finding many dead bodies and set at rest the un certainty surrounding some of the persons said to belong to the rebel forces. The steamer Waimanalo was off the bell buoy on last Thursday night when the natives were sur prised at Kakaako. She was to land some arms, then take Greig and Marshall on board and proceed to different points on the island to distribute arms. It is now known that George Townsend, who was captured on Tuesday on the beach, was recruit ing in" town last week. He ap proached members of the old vol unteer fire department and wanted them to join the rebels. One 'man, Keawe by name, was talked to several times but he would not enlist.