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TILE AnnrrO COMMEBCIAL ADVERTISES: HOSOLULU, JANUAltY "g"5;
I . ! Z rm nkla 4 f Vv I'm O fl
.omcwbat .linlcult to (fet .e rifle
,.,hore it ras concluded to keep luem
rdanJ rronee.. 'Kk
land tbera tbere later, fcix pr seven
iixes of revolvers were, however,
!oed nd their coDtenamoaijJtag
several hundred. flf B5
taken ashore and burled. Tbeae were
later distributed amonc the royansi
paVrioi hiding io JKoMgflOj ofjt
least such - i u PPOed to .JjJT?
the cae, for only turee of therevoiv
en mentioned have been o
from the parties arrested. One or
them was found at Henry
xnann'a place and i now wora Dj
Chester ntnony Doyle, Mf"
Hitcbcocfc' ipecial courier with the
Hosolulu, H. I., January 7, 1395.
landlp of the arms uied by tge. rebels
iri tfcett Mfe , and lutila . Attempt to
overthrow the : Government of -the
RepdbUc ofHawalu , . . . ...
It wis In. this service inat vuu
)avles Imperilled his liberty and per-
rack. yuS Fagi,, the Japanese acci-
charge of T.B.Murray an h dentallv 3hotin the lez by the
of men. . I .Vola wbil 'at work in Georce
Hantain Camaxa's men tired ev-1 w;v?V? rpsincn. has
eral shots in Nuuanu alley yes- j hQ q Crandall,
terday morning. of tbe citiiens' Guard, who was
It is rumored that several resig- jn:oretl at Wailupe by .a horee fall
nations will be requested among h t belter
the volunteer companies. I ywy but it will be eome little
. . . m r 1 A U alanlrAa on m. - v ' 4 - . ' : -& 4
Alani jaaKa uu in.iau.u-,
ex-policemaD, were arreeted on a
charge 01 conspirjr jrcowc.
The Volunteers, who have been
stationed at the Lnnalila.Hame,
will come into town, this porxnpg.
eaid to be with Lot Lane ind hu k'n - - for the .tast MABTIAL law is instituted and e.
men. . . -o; rS. ff! have been ih r tbiiiffhout the Island of Oahu,
the police sta-lf oro more than I.-. ...a?; ivtj. i. liir iwf
tion.oQw,:",??!- " Lieased with our sales, and we .... ...i -
ccoiffictfitei- Urg nnmter of & c0Wgnt . .thftt all ..OUT 8 which thM. howwer, the Court.
horaCS.. , , - .. . j.?- LJl ;fV nnr nsfim will vntimi in session and conduct
Mne,per8Qns . fKlft.rewea yea- t,ovii KApn nf siich a nature .rrnt as
las we are. I
VbuiTetii reef srh not , By the President:
allbweof t seVnew iOrWaTQ SANFORD B, DOLE,
a great deaf of guessmfe & Resident of the Republic of Hawaii,
&8-2n' ' .-.x-: 'tt ?n To the prospect for the coin-
v:.Three naUyes wfJJg. y.wehop& thatwehave j. a. KING,
mauium tin ififlaVea bur natrons that we
K RESKRVhD FOU
The rikht of WRIT OF HABEAS
CORPUS is hereby suspended and
The Popular millinery -House.;
Minister of the Interior.
Davles Imperilled his liberty arid per
haps his life, and for which be was
promised $10,000, but only received the
munificent sum of $20.
COLONY OF PRISONERS.
A List of the Most' Prominent Ones
There Is quite a colony of political
prisoners now held by the Govern
ment. In all lit prisoners of war
have been captured. Then there are
a number of men held for Investiga
tion. The following is a list of the
most prominent people under arrest
Henry F. Poor.
F. A. Redward.
Arthur P. Peterson.
F. J. Testa. -
John F. Bowler.
Harry Von Wertbern.
C. H. Clark.
E. B. Thomas.
J. B. Johnstone.
P. M. Rooney. '
J. K. Prendergaast.
A. Muller. ,
V. V. Asbford.
C. W. Ashford.
Captain J. Hoss.
"W. H. Ricfcard.
- A. M. Hewitt. ,.
Prince ".J. Kalanlanaole.
L. J. Levey.
T. li. Walker.
W. T. Seward.
G. C. Kenyon.
C. B. Maile.
J. B. Walker.
.Samuel Nowlein. .
W. H..C. Greig.
J. W. Blpikane. -
MILITARY COMING TO TOWN.
All But Zeiglers Men Relieved Last
There was a general calling in of the
soldiery last night, and by 11 oTclock
all the companies, except Zeigler's
men, were "in comfortable quarters
within the city. llich company, as it
entered the barracks, was greeted with
eheers from their comrades. Lieuten
ant Coyne's men, tired and foot-sore
thouehthey were, whistled "March-
Ing Througn ueorgia- lucjr wiuo
gathering of crowds is prohibited.
Any one disturbing the peace or dis
obeying orders is liable to
arrest without warrant.
Bv order of the Commander-in-Chief,
J. H. SOPER, .
General Order No. 13.
down Richards street. .Soon after
10 o'clock Company A came in
from Camp Smith, back of the Lu
nalilo Horn?, and were put on guard
Ht the Judiciary Building; Companies
B and C are In the drill-shed ; Com
pany D is guarding the Executive
Building, camping in the yard in
tents; Company E is In the usual
quarters at the barracks; Company F
will break camp and come into town
this morning. Several of the volun
teer companies will probably be dis
missed this week.
NOTES OF TBE DAY. !
Captain Davies was taken to the j
reef yesterday. j
Thirty arreBts were made yester
day on different charges.
Thirty-one men were transferred
from the prison to the old barracks
t Cecil Brown had dinner, at his
j(onj8 a8t night for the first time
. in li. week. - r - ,
frctn the police sUUca. vC..Dar-
j w Tinm acrain. and that
GSii & U-im their ends wfflsee how nioo,
and not Captain Murray, as sUted and.profit thereDy.i .
in ap evening paper. . We shall Rreatly . . increase
The thanks of the Sharpshooters our stock this coming year,
are tendered to Mrs. E. O. White I receiving ne.and ttesn gopqs Under uaktial LAW every pereon
for coffee and refreshments furn- by every Steamer mrecs fo,d npon the streets or in aoy pablic
ished Tuesday evening. the most reliable mannfact- hoara o
for Koolau this morning with a . . - 9:30 P.m. and o a.m.
squad of men . in, search of Lot rti:Tnpv StI CTQ-poitl OH S wiU to arrest'
Lane and his rebel band. lilllUl' O UggCS tlUllD & from Mm-
Badin7tbe haT driver, were for the COminR few months U, Headier, or ... Mars.aVs
u. i,f Vi a MursbaPff office from I nnVl Viinf nn our Specialities. I Umce.
the reef last night to be examined. Ladies' Underwear in Mns- The
... .1 j; 1 1 -m 1 Cill-o o 4- I
"I want no better eomiertj iuu riauutJis auu xxivo ,
the nativetoen in my company," greatly reduced prices,
is the compliment Captain Smith Ladies' hosiery in White,
tenders the men of Hawaiian blood Black, and Tan at prices that
in his company. w:ji surpriS0 you.
So far Bash, Crick and Mwam fine assortment of Silks
have not been connected with the . u hadeg an(1 grades from
Wilcox-Nowlein rebellion. They .
were going to have a small one on WQJg' 0f. Ladies'
their own account. Glovesf Tnd Silk Mitts,. .Nit-
3ffi? Roland is ting ifcgdSgS5
the lady, friend who .kindly ;sent W ttot m t . e
them uie uSP - - Tw Ofints
day S ADVEBTISEK. I UUl . A.? j
Companies A, B and C marched ana .voltarens uue ouu
into town at duetc yesteraay. xney ouiper.
. M 1 J Uv Pan4.nl I
cheered aa loey.paisocu mo wcuuoi
unionnurcu..M.i . ktjo"
rival at tbe Barracks.
Marshal Hitchcock stated last
night that Captain, Davies and
George TownBend were not taken
out yesterday afternoon to locate
arms bqy&nd aioanaiua.
a An4lArnan Wmminfnt in Gov
ernment circles' stated last night I m. o. silva,
that "no leniency wouia De bqowu
the rebels; in each case the pun
ishment willf fit the crime."
A dozen, tents iiave been put up
on the grounfls of .the. Executive
Buitding for the accommodation of
the men of Company tn . There is
no rooznkjor emjin. the basement
of the building the other, compa
nies haying returned.
, Captain Kid well sent a letter to
t. "Dole vesterdav stating
he had heard that one. of his supe
rior officers had made statements
to the effect that the captain had
disobeyed orders. If such was the
case he desired an investigation.
The members of Company A
wish to thank Mrs. W. C. Wilder
for the elaborate lunch prepared
for them while back of the Luna
lilo Home. When the boys broke
camp yesterday they drew up be
fore the Wilder residence and gave
three cheem for -the ladies who had
been so thoughtful in their behalf.
The gentlemen at the Station
House are indebted to Mr. James
for two freezers of ice-cream
sent down recently ; also to Castle
X' f!nnVp who furnished ah oil
stove on which many a. reviving
cup of coffee has been boiled. The
case of beer from Schaefer & Co.
was by no means the least of the
much-appreciated refreshments- re
ceived from thoughtful friends.
PEK HA .KM C. BKYANT
BABY CARRIAGES of all styles, , 4 . , t - - ii -CARPETS,
RUGS, and MATS m the latest patterns,
Household 99 - SWmz; Siachdi
Hand Sewing Machines, all with the latest' imprcrvemenU
Also on hand
Westermayer's Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars and other Musical Instrument.
tdsT"For sale by -
KD. HOFFSCHLAEOEU & GO,
519 Fort Street,
All p3raons in the District of Hoaclnla
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 S, 1S93.
Any such persons in whose 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. H. EOPEK,
Adjutant-General's Office; January 7,
H. E. MelNTTEE & BR0 ,
IMPORTERS A2Cr DEALERS !?
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS. -
New Goods received bv every packet from tbVi astern aD. .S5!
Freeh CaSornUi Produce by .every eteamer. All orderaialthiolly .atlm&ttto
Gc delivered to. any part of. the city free of charge, island ciders EohciUd.
c;r;T, o.r.OMna. Fostoffice Box 14a. TalephonaAO. 9S.M.M -
0fcMDUV UVU wiuihv. - .
riAIN'ff ! ! !
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
RED LABEL OUSTERS
These are neW pack-Large, Fat, Extra'selected. One trial will prove their merit.
N. B -The Cans of This .Brand Contain a Greater Quantity
Frank B. Peterson tic Co., Coast Agts
Injured 3Ien Improving.
- There is considerable improve
ment in tho condition of the men
injured during the past reek.
Lieutenant Ludewig, of Company
F, has left the hospital and is now
at home and almost recovered.
Holland Lokana, tho two police
men, sire able to sit up. Arm
strong Smith, of Company B, who
was prostrated by over exertion
and exposure, has recovered suffi
ciently to resume hi-dutie-. Otto
Aass, the mounted patrolman who
broke a "leg and two ribs by being
thrown from a runaway horse, is
resting, comfortably, but has some
JUlle; ever -yet. Pr i vat Albert,
0tCSSAPoJ A who was sent ,tb the
hoFpital with a pevere caee of
Mrs. S. A. Lefeber j
Helpless With Rheumatism
and Without Appetite,
Tired Feeling and Pains Dispelled
by Hood's Sarsaparllla.
" I -was in terrible misery with rheumatism In
my lilp and lower limbs, I read so much
about Hood's Sarsaparllla that I thought I
would try It and see II It would reliere me.
When I commenced I could not sit up nor even
turn over in bed without help. One bottle ol
Hood's Relieved Me
so n.ueh that I was soon uttf bed and could
waOc I had also felt weak and tired all the
time : eould not sleep, and obtained so little rest
at nicht that I felt all worn out In the morning.
1 had no appetite to cat anything, but Hood $
Karsanarilla restored my appetite so that I
could eat without any distress, and I bT
rained rapidly In strength. I have taken flT
bottles of Hood's Sarsaparllla and I am as
as erer." Hits. S. A. Lefeeer, Eossmoync, u.
Hood's Fi'.Is cure liver ills, constipation,
biousness, jaundice, sick headache, inmsesuou.
Wtiri.I) Uii'Orf ULLY IN"
f.nr r-rw fi i. r-ili anil the uubl.c that
I am sti 1 in the Tinsmith and PJiiinbiuK
buin-s! That I am now oflerinv? for
cash regular siz -i6 feet, Zii.c Lined
rath Tnb. will) I'lnz, Chain and flsnail
.i-c of piie r-y for conmcti-m fr
only $10 -ach. - 1k btone Pip at bed
rock prices : 6 in 45c a length; 5 in.,
40c a lnjth : 5 in. 35c a'en.Mh. .,
fiCTAIi kin.'.s of Jo bii-n poroptly
atieMld to. . . - ..
TJOKing up Telephone 44 ard vour
prUera will wcei w prompt attonti n at
lowest pricr-a. 3 AH. NOTT, Ja.
General Orders, No 14.
To person whatsoever -ssill be allowed
to pass through the line of sentries now j
maintained from Talolo to Nuuanu !
Valleys, inclusive, nor to loavethe port;
of Honolulu for the other Islands with
out a pass from General or Regimental
By order of the Commander-in-Chief,
JNO. II. SOPER,
Adjutant-General's Office, January 9,
In accordance with Section 1 of Chap
ter XXVI of the la s of 18S6 :
All persons holding water privileges or
paying water rates, are hereby notified
thst the water rates for the term ending
.Tnnft SO. will be due and payable at
the office of the Honolulu Water Works
on the 1st day of January, 1895.
All s ich rates remiining unpaid for
fifteen days after they are due wih be
subject to an additional 10 per cent.
Ka ps ara uavable at the office of tho
j Water Works in Kapuaiwa Building.
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works.
December 20. 184 3S73 td
QUARTERLY DIVIDEND WILL
V be paid to the stockholders
of Wilder'a Steamship Com
pany, Limud, at tbr office, on
Monday, January, 14th B6B08Ef
HAVE TO -
thk !lAW fIxN FERTILIZING COMPANY keeps always and constantly
on hand J th FEUTIUZEKS and offers tuem icr a)i
,ne ZShZTc High G. Fe.tilb.rB to.Sry Teeia, fortm.
gjgjr A dollar paveu is uouar uiic.
1 . . T .
Proprietor andtoager Hawaiian jernnzmK j
i . . - ' ' ' -
A Special Christaas Pale, commencmg 1IOSDAY, December 17. Wfm
: O -
MURATA ic CO.,
The Hawaiian Express Compa
- i , rtf tv,a lal&nds
HatiD" establ sbert agencies n rawmii--
meoared to do a general ExpreBS and to-warding business.
Pief Goods called for and Selivered promptly at destination.
001 e:Ci." .orik Hotel d Vztot. J-'