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f i :' ' i no? 11 t i r 11 ral te ite ha en II ! 18 1 ! ; at' r L i f & J. THE fiOTHMKBCIAlj ADVERTISES: HOOLUI, JA,UiY 18, 1805. thing that bad the power of sustain ing life. My eboes were worn through and my clothes torn into shreds. It was cold during the night and damp during the days. I could stand it no longer, and concluded I might as well die with the rest of the people that had been captured as to starve to death in the mountains alone. I heard the cannon firing and thought martial law was over." When told that martial law was not suspended, Lane expressed a good deal of surprise. He had forgotten the anniversary of the Government. "Wbenyoa started into this thing, -what did yon and the others with you intend doing?" God only knows. We were simply ightlng in the dark with nothing toward which to strive. We were fighting for something,' and that Is "Yon know, of course, that Wilcox, your leader, had been arrested?" "I beard that he has been arrested ; but when you speak of him as leader, you perhaps think he was the prime mover in the revolution. You will be surprised when I tell you thatNowIein was the head man He did the plan ning and getting ready. Wilcox was invited by owlein, and Wilcox In turn Invited the rest." "Were yoa one of the leaders In tne rebellion?" yo, I was simply 'in with the rest of the boys." "Do yoa know the consequences of yoar action against the Govern ment?" fYes, I do, and I am sorry I ever went into the thing. There was no reason In It, but I could not stand by and see my own people fight. lam ready to make a clean breast of the whole matter. There Is no use In sticking it out any longer. I think, however, that the natives will all take the oath of allegiance now. They m should all Join hands, and help the Government along." Further conversation with Lane was interrupted on the appearance of special policeman Montana, who es corted the prisoner to police head quarters. Lane seemed to be in the beet of spirits. He talked freely, and ex pressed his opinions as if under no re straint. He was barefooted and wore a suit of clothes that was loaned him by Long. He wore a white straw hat with a peacock lei band, and in his mouth he carried an old pipe, which ha smoked vigorously between words while en route to town. HE. BECELETS STA.TE2ICNT. Telb Hot7 Ho Can3 asd Wat ca ' - Szri&y, Jzzczrj 6th. Mr. G. Beckley, purser of the Kinaa, against whom reports have been cir culated, to the effect that he was con nected with the royalists in the recent uprising, saw the Government officials yesterday and denied in toto the charsres brought against him. Mr. Beckley states that on Sunday the day of the uprising he left his .house at 10:30 am. with his wife and children and went to KamoIlUlI. where he has a ranch. He talked therewith two Chinamen about the water rights, remaining about an hour. He then drove through the park to his place. Aqua Marine, which is the next adjoining Bertelmann's. The house was thrown open and Mrs. Beckley was occupied in setting things to right and preparing a lunch eon. Mr. Beckley, while sitting at lunch, saw a small boat propelled by one man going toward the other side of Diamond Head. It appeared that there were provisions in the boat. Mr. Beckley remarked: "They must be short of provisions, referring to the luau which was being held at Charlie D wight's. After lunch Mr. Beckley with his children took a stroll on the beach. He sawtwo ladles enter the lookout station and men on the beach and around the hills, but did not talk with any of them. On the way back he saw a hack man on the fence that separates his place from Bertelmanns. The man was looking toward Diamond Head. Mr. Beckley went toward the man. recognized him as John Radln. and asked him what he was doing there. His answer was that be came 'from Sana Souci with Cupid. Mr. Beck ley called his attention to the bathing place and cocoanot grove. While remarking on these things the haexman was caiiea to uer telmann's house and Mr. Beckley went into his own home. While there he saw some boys in his yard picking algaroba beans, and noticed some horses tied outside the fence. He laid down for a rest for about an hour and from where he lay noticed considerable passing on the street. About 5:30, as Mr. and Mrs. Beckley were preparing to comchome, a native boy came up with a rush and asked where Bertelmann's house was. Mr. Beckley directed him to the place, but had no further talk with him. At this juncture his carriage arrived and he, with his family, drove through Camp bell's Lane, where he met Deputy- Marshal Jirown on norseoaca. words were exchanged. Mr. Beckley's party drove directly to their home on King street. They retired early and the first Mr. Beckley knew of the trouble was while at breakfast on board the Kinau Monday morning at 7 o'clock. Some time ago . Mr. Simon Gold banm of San Luis Bey, Cal., was troubled with a lame back and rheumatism. He used Chamberlain's Pain Balm and a prompt cure was effected. He says he has since advised many of his friends to try it and all who have done so hare speken highly of it. It ia for sale by all dealers. Bessos, fcrrH & Co , Agents for II-1. BYAUTHORITY. PROGLAUATIOD. EXECUTIVE BUILDING, Hoxoixlc, H. L, January S'G, 1 7, 1895.) ; amined at the Land OSce, Interior De partment, and at the office oi a. z. t i tt; Hawaii, where fall information can also be obtained in this regard. . rn 3Iinister of the Interior. Interior Office, December 1, 1394. The above sale is postponed to Feb ruary 13th, 1895, at the same place and hour. J. A. KEG, Minister of the Interior Interior Office, January 17, lSflo. 1621 8S05-Ct The right of WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS is hereby suspended and MARTIAL. LAW is instituted and es tablished throughout the Island of Oahn, to continue until farther notice, during ing which time, however, the Courts will continue in session and conduct ordinary business as usual, except as aforesaid. By the President: SANFOBD B, DOLE, President of the Republic of Hawaii. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Board of Education. The Teachers Examinations adver tised to be held at Honokaa, Hamakna nd Ainakea, North Kohala, are post poned. Notice v. 01 be sent by telephone when the Inspector-General visits xne districts. ALA.TATJ T. ATKINSON, Inspector-General of Schools 3895 1621-lt i i Bala f Government Lota la Uio DUtHct f HHo, Ild of Hawaii. On MONDAY. January 7, 1S05. at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the Executive Buildinx. will be sold at Pub lic Auction 17 Lota of Government Land in Kaumana, Kahoahana, Paana and Lanpahoehoe, Hilo, Hawaii. The Kir""8- Lots are situated from three to five miles above the town of Hilo. and are suitable for the cultivation of coffee and other agricultural indus tries. The Fnfr1"! Paana and Lanpa hoehoe Lota are situated in what is called the North Hilo Coffee Belt, and they are in the immediate, vicinity of the Barnard Coffee Plantation. No. of Lot. 17 20 21 10 11 12 13 KAU1LANA. LOTS. Cost of 8urrey. 363.65 8L80 7405 80.50 Area. 9L70 117.90. 10GSO 116.00 KAHOAHANA LOTS. Upset Pnce. S92-00 - 89.00 54.00 58.00 Bala af Iaaa of of tno gooaaanf of Go-vormaaoat Laads X.yS Botwaon Alaoaal and rmuaaoa, la tno District of Klpakala. and Xlaaa, Maal. On Wednesday, January 16th, 1895, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the Executive Building, will be sold the lease ot the remnants of the Government Imda lying between Alaenni and Puu haoa in Kipahulu and Hana, Island of ilani, containing an area ot loUU acres, a little more or less. Upset price $150.00 per annum payable semi-annually in advance. This lease is sold upon the condition that no cutting of timber or pasturing shall be allowed on the said remnants. The Government reserves the right to take possession of such portions of the above lands as may be required urom time to time for Agricultural purposes, allowing a reduction in the rental in accordance with the proportion oi tne land so taken. . J. A. iiOVj, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office. Dec. 11, 1894. f'U' The above sale is postponed to February 13, 1895, at the same place and hour. JJL. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, January 17, 1S95. 3395-3t Sal of Government Land at Kounama- no, Hamakaa. Hawaii. On MONDAY, January 7th, 1895, at 12 1 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the Executive Building, will be sold at Pub lic Auction, a tract of Government Land situate at Kaunamano, Hamakua, Ha waii, containing an area of 59 acres, a little more or less. This tract is suitable for cultivation of Cane, Coffee and other agricultural industries. Upset price $S0O. J. A. KIG, fimntAr of the Interior. Inter ir Office, December 3, 1S94. Gexebjll Hejldqcastts?, BxptblxcI or Hawaii, Abjctast Gecebal's Officx,) Hoxoixix, Island of Oahu, H. L, Jan uary 16, 1895. Spxctai. Okdek No. 25. O&DEB FOB A MlTITiRT CoiOCSSIOX. A Military Commission is hereby ordered to meet at Honolulu, Island of Oahn, on Thursday, the 17th day of Jan uary. A. D.. 1835, at 10 o'clock a. and thereafter from day to day for the trial of such prisoners as may be brought before it on the charges and specifica tions to be presented by the Judge Ad vocate. The Officer 5 composing the Commis sion are: 1. Colonel William Austin Whiting, First Regiment, N. G. H. 2. Lieutenant-Colonel J. H. Bisher, First Regiment, N. G. H. 3. Captain C. W. Ziegler, Company F, N. G.H. 4. Captain J. 31. Camara, Jr., Com pany C, N. G. H. 5. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant, N. G. H. 6. Captain W. C. Wilder, Jr., Com pany D, N. G. H. 7. First Lieutenant J. W. Jone?, Com pany D, N. G. H. Cantain William A. Kinney, Aide-de- Camp on General Staff,. Judge Advo cate. By order of the Commander-in-Chief. (Sizned) JNO. H. SOPER, 3S93-ltf Adjutant-GeneraL General IIeadquartebs, Republic of Hawi, Adxcttajsit-Gksekal's V Omcs, Hosolclc, Jan. 16, 1895. ) Gesxbal Orders, No. 16. The following named appointments are hereby announced for the informa tion of the National Guard of Hawaii : WILLIAM AUSTIN WHITING, to be Colonel of the First Regiment, ! N. G. H., with rank from January 16, 1S95. WILLIAM A. KINNEY, Aide-de-Camp General Staff, with rank of Captain, from January 16, 1895. W. G. ASHLEY, Quartermaster First Regiment, N. G. H., 1895 W. E WALL, elected Second Lieutenant First Com pany Sharpshooters, with rank from November 12, 1894. By order of the Commander-in-Chief, JNO. H. SOPEB, 1621 3S93-U Adjutant-General. THIS SPACE 14 RESERVED FOR N. S4GHS', 520 Fort Street :- -:- Honolulu The Popular Millinery House. H. K. MclNTYRE & BRO., I3IPORTER8 AJNT DEALERS ZN Groceries, Provisions and mi BAST CORN EH FORT AND RING STREETS. New Goods received by eery packet from the Fastern States and Europe. Fresh California Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully? attended to,aad Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge, island orders solicitad. Satisfaction guaranteed. PostofSce Box 145. Telephone Fo. 92. IIOTICE DEUCATE i DEL1CI0I IS!! DAINTY ! ! ! BED S ASIC YOUR GROCER FOR LABEL OYSTER These are new pack Large, Fat, Extra selected, One trial will prove their mcriia. Jf. KxThc Cong of Thia Brasd CenUdA a Greater Qaasiiiy Than Thoeo ot any Other 43.2 128.10 $216.00 3.8 - 41.45 319.00 72.7 47.25 364.00 66.9 43.50 335.00 PAANA LOTS. 8 17.4 $23.00 $87.00 9 9.6 12.00 43.00 LAUPAHOEHOE LOTS. 2 24.8 $16 10 $ 75.00 3 19.9 16.93 100.00 4 12.4 10.15 33.00 5 92 3 60.00 370.00 6 104J5 67.75 417 00 7 20.7 15.55 104.00 8 a. 81.1 52.70 406.00 TERMS AND CONDITIONS. No person will be allowed to purchase more than one lot. The terms of the sale are cash, or, at the option of the purchaser, one-fourth of the purchase-price cash and the re mainder in equal installments in one, two and three years, with interest pay able semi-annually at the rate of seven (7) per cent, per annum. Each purchaser shall begm substantial cultivation and improvement of his lot during the first year and hall continue such cultivation through the succeeding two years. At the end ot the third year, if all con ditions have been performed by pur chaser, ho shall receive Patent conferring ee Simple Title. Failure to perform the above condi tions shall work forfeiture of intereet in the land. In cafle of forfeiture, land to be sold at auction by the Government ; and if such sale result in advance on the original price, the original purchaser to receive therefrom the amounts of his payments to the Government on account of par- chase without interest, and a pro rata share in such advance in proportion to the amounts of his payments. If such sale shall result in a lesser price than the original, the amount of his payments returned to him shall be charged with a pro rata amount of uch decrease pro portioned to the amount of bis pay meats. An agreement 6 hall be signed by each purchaser with the Government cover ing these conditions, and any assignment of such agreement shall work a forfeiture thereof. Faeh purchaser shall pay the cost of survey and plotting of the- lots ixnmeui atfcly after the sale, together ith the first installment of the pa chase price. j The map showing survey can be ei- e above sale is postponed to February 13th, 1895, at the same place and hour. J. JL KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, January 17, 1893. 3S95-3t ACT 15. An Act to appropriate sum of money to defray the general expense of the suppression, of the rebellion of the month of January, 1895. Ba rr EfACTXD by the Executive and Ad visory Councils of the Republic of Hawaii: SKcno2i 1. There is hereby appro priated the sum of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000), from the Public Treasury for the purpose of defraying the general ex penses incident to the suppression of the rebellion of the month of January, 1895. Section 2. This Act shall take effect from the date of its publication. Approved this 16th dayot January, A. D. 1893. (Signed) SANFOBD B. DOLE, President of the Republic of Hawaii. J. A. Kisq, Minister of the Interior. 3S91 1621-lt ACT 16. An Act to Amend Act 48 of the Laws of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands, relating to the National Guard of Hawaii. Bs rr Exacted by the Executive and Advisory Councils of the Republic . of Hawaii : Sxenox 1. Section 12 of the said Act is hereby amended to read as follows : ' Section 12. Vacancies in elective offices of the National Guard, not in active service, are filled by election ; in active service or during the existence of martial law over any part of the Hawai ian Islands, such vacancies shall be filled br the Commander-in-Chief. When vacancies occur at any election through the promotion of any officer, sucn. vacan cies may then and there be filled without further order. Election of company offi cers shall be presided over by an officer appointed for that purpose by the Commander-in-Chief ; and such presiding officer shall give at least seven days' no tice of his apiointment to all parties in teracted by causing the order appointing him to be posted in the company armory and read to the company. He shall, within three days following the election, report the result of said election to the Commander-in-ChieL" Section 2. This Act shall take effect from the date of its approval. Approved this 16ih day of January, A.D. 1S95. (Sinneii) SANFORD B. DOLE, Pre-i dent of the hepublie of Hawaii. J. A. King, AliLisier of the fntt-r.or. Under MARTIAL LAW every person found upon the streets or in any public pvace 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 tha 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 Commander-in-Chief, J. H. SOPER, Adjutant-General. IIOTICE, Frank B. Peterson & Co., Coast Ageate FllffiS ! YOU 3TUST HAVE TO nrAKF! GOOD CHOPS. THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING COMPANY keeps always and constantly on hand all the well known CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS and offers them for cala si the lowest market rates. ... - , t They manufacture complete High Grade Fertilizers to any special formula and traarantee the analysis, and all that other firms do. . . Irian lexa woma uu wbu mj wjw ujo uuuuufiuGu j - . . . A dollar savea is a aoiiar maae. A- F. COOKE, Proprietor and Manager Hawaiian Fertilizing Ccmpaoy. 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, 1395. Any 6uch 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. SOPER, Adjutant-General. Adjutant-General's Office, January 7, 1895. m IIOTICE. General Orders, No 14. No person whatsoever will be allowed to pass through the line of sentries now maintained from Palolo to Nuuanu Valleys, inclusive, nor to lave the port of Honolulu for the other Islands with out a pass from General or Regimental Headqua-ters. By order of the Commander-in-Chief, JNO. H. SOPER, Adjutant-General. Adjutant-General's Office, January 9, 1805. ATTENTION A Special Christmas Sale, commencing MONDAY, December 17. We will everything regardless of cost for 8 days cmj7- TftWiroT ? ttfot 7"Come and inspect our stock of Holiday Goods ; the LOWEST and BEST. )KOHAMA BAZAAR. MURATA & CO., CORNER l U UAJNTTJ AXD HOTEL SrX2TTrTS. Proprietors. EVERYBODY KNOWS Geo. W. Lincoln 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.