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Possibilities of An Uprising on
LATE JiEtYS DKCIDEDLT Jl'I ETING.
Koy.U.t. Wek Kneed Over Report
of PoMible Arreiti-Othr Rebel
lion Romort-FMtlvltlM t K-
kl. Very Swell I'oi supper.
Maui, Jan. 19. From January 5th
to the 12th no steamers brought news
to Maul. It was an anxious
period for the staunch republicans on
this little island. Neither the Kinau
nor the Claudlne arrived according to
schedule time, and the current and
popular rumor was that they had
been specially detailed to prevent the
landing of 200 Canadian hirelings
who were reported to be approaching
Honolulu for the purpose of over
throwing the Government.
There was also another rumor, which
was generally discredited, that H. P.
Baldwin had landed at Maalaea Bay
aud then crone back to Honolulu
Prominent royalists smiled and looked
wige. In the light of subsequent
events 1 1 is uow thought that they knew
something of the plot and rebellion.
During 8aturday the 12th the oml
nous silence was broken and Superin
tendent Carley's voice became hoarse
in repeating war news over the wires.
Then many signs pointed toward an
uprising on Maui, especially if Wilcox
should escape and land here; but the
news of the 15th inst. by the Hall was
the Waterloo mat aereatea au amDi
tiofls hopes of the would-be rebels and
. 19 I
assured tne loyalists oi peace ami
During the same night (the 15th)
the telephone wires were broken in
Kula in five or six places. This was
accomplished by throwing ropes or
lariats over the wire and pulling it
down until it broke. All this made
the transmitters in the vicin-
itv hum with an unusual sound
The Dolice are on the track of the
perpetrators of this senseless outrage.
Prominent members of the opposi
tion party are feeling very "weak in
thA knees" o wirier to the unofficial ru
mor to the effect that the Government
. will soon arrest eighteen or tne leaa
ing royalists of Maui.
(Senator A. Hocking has been gal
lantly carrying a rifle in Honolulu, and
WpnAtnr H. P. Baldwin not only
played the part of guardian angel for
.Maul ana xiawaii, dus aiso sioou
puard for aever&l nlchts In the canital.
Daring Friday evening, January
11th," the Makawao Literary Society
held a largely attendee, ana a most
successful meeting in the parlors of
Mr. And Mrs. Gilhus of Hamakua-
poko. The programme consisted of in
strumental music ana a larce. au
orchestra in which Mr. Gilhus was
first violin, Miss Kate Watson second
violin, Mr. Perlcy Aiken bass viol,
and Mr. Atwater piano, played an
overture, The Mystic Spell," which
was perhaps the most ambitious mu
sical effort rendered on Maul in sev
eral years. "My Lord in Livery"
was the name of the farce, and tbe
dramatis persome were as follows:
Sybil Amberly -Miss Aiken
Rose... Miss Chamberlain
Laura Miss Mossmann
Lord Thirlmere- F. W. Hardy
Splggott (butlers .....C. H. Dickey
'Opkins (footman)... W. O. Aiken
Robert (page) Irene Aiken
The audience were deeply interested
in the portrayal and development of
the most humorous plot, ine tnree
ladies, whose evening gowns were es
pecially elegant, rendered their parts
in a most charming manuer.
Mr. C. H. Dickey did professional
work in the character of the Koglish
butler, and little Irene Aiken deserves
praise for so bravely facing an audi
ence for the first time and doing her
part so well.
Thirty delinquent poll tax payers are
working on Makawao roads, and a
large number on the highways of
Some cases of German measles are
reported In Makawao.
W. H. Daniels, ex-police judge of
Wailuku, is in Oahu jail. His friends
are smiling over his foolhardiness in
going to Honolulu.
During Monday evening, the 14th
inst, the sixth dance of the Makawao
Young Ladies' Club was given at Dia
mond Palace, the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. B. D. Baldwin. There was
a large attendance of members and
the Hamakuapoko string band, as
usual, furnished the music At 11 p.
m., sharp, the dancers bade good night
to their Kaluanui host and hostess.
The Society of the Makawao For
eign Church held their annual meet
ing in the church parlors last Wed
nesday evening, the 16th inst.
The 17th was not observed as a holi
day on Maul, Inasmuch as no official
notice appeared in the "By Author
ity" column of the newspapers.
Two sailing vessels are at present
moored in Kahuloi harbor, one of
which. arrived yesterday.
Weather : The south wind, after
blowing a week or more, has ceased
and the regular trades are causing fair
Kealia, (Kauai), Jan. 12. Per
haps one of the gayest holiday seasons
in the history of this island was the
one just closed. A continuous succes
sion of festivities, amusements and
social functions, in which merry wed
ding bells added zest and charm to
tbe general harmony, filled in the en
tire fortnight at Kealia, which ended
with the roost elaborate and enjoy
able joi supper your correspondent
ever had the pleasure of attending. It
was piven by Mr. Geo. II. Fairchild,
the popular young manager of tbe
Makee Sugar Company and Mf?s Ka
makee Cummins, in honor of the
charming bride and groom, Mr. and
Mrs. Steven G. O. King, it was an
invitation affair,' decidedly swag
ger," and was given at the Kealia
hotel which was beautifully decor
ated for the occasion. Music, both
instrumental .and vocal, was furnished
by the Kealiaglee club, a local
organizatl6n of natives dating the en
tire supper, after which the whole
party repaired to the Kealia social
hall and danced the od year out.
Another very pleasant gathering
was held at this hall Thursday even
ing, January 10th, on which occasion
an impromptu dance was given In
honor of Mr. Geo. H. Paris and his
charming young bride, who made a
flying visit, altogether too brief to
Kealia, as guests of Chief Engineer
Mrs. Paris' winsome manners and
agreeable personality made a most
favorable impression upon all with
whom sEe came In contact, and she
will always meet with a cordial wel
come from the people of Kealia.
Friday evening, January 11th, Mr.
and Mrs. A. K. Weir entertained a
large number of their friends at din
ner in honor of their daughter, Mrs.
Abrin W. Keech; the occasion being
the anniversary of her birthday. The
floral decorations were very pretty
and the occasion an exceedingly en
Kapaa is soon to have a complete
system of water works. A long felt
want which will be thoroughly appre
ciated by her residents, who have suf
fered very great inconvenience and
sickness from lack of pure water.
Two of her enterprising citizens, Mr.
E. J. Morgan, chief carpenter of the
Makee Sugar Company, and Mr. Chop
Tiu, merchant of Kapaa, have secured
the right for a term of years to a
natural spring of pure, sparkling
water within half a mile of Kapaa.
They will erect a wind-mill pumping
plant, with a 10.000-gallon tank at
the spring, and lay a 4-inch main
from it to Kapaa, from which connec
tion to each residence will be made.
All tbe material including the
wind mill and tank are on the
ground, and the work will be pushed
to completion as rapidly as possible.
The rates to be charged each family
for the water are so exceedingly mod
erate that all those living in the dis
trict are eager to avail themselves of
it, and yet are sufficient to insure a
moderately profitable investment for
The detention at Honolulu of the
regular steamers that ply between
that port and those of this island, for
the week just past, was the caue of
some apprehension and anxiety among
all classes here. All sorts of conjec
tures were made, and various reasons
advanced to account for tbe long-continued
and ominous silence. By Fri
day night there was but one construc
tion to be placed upon the very un
usual occurrence, which cast a gloom
over the entire community. The ar
rival Saturday morning of the Mika
bala, with the malls, was a great
relief to everybody, although the sad
and startling news she brought caused
not so much of surprise as of sorrow.
The prevailing and often emphatically
expressed sentiment of tbe majority of
the community of this section is, that
the Government will deal prompt and
firm Justice to the leaders In this ter
rible affair. .
The mills have been running con
tinuously, and there are over 6000 bags
of sugar awaiting Rnlpment at Kapaa.
Tbe weather during the past week
has been stormy continuous, though
gentle, rains and southerly winds pre
vailing, which shifted round to the
north-eat during Sunday night, blow
ing a stiff gale, with intermittent rain
The general public health of this
section is gooJ.
The infant daughter ot Mr. and Mrs.
George Mundon, of Kapaa, died on
Friday, January 11th.
15 Years With Salt Rheum
Hood's Sarsaparllla Cave a Perfsot
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Part of the time toy W warn one muss of scabs.
and about etery week corruption would rather
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The Itching and Burning
sensation made mt suffer Indescribable agonies.
I spent a treat deal of money for different rem-
Atmm ttnt AA nnt m rali.f AtiATtt C&T S.PO.
leading physicians advised me to take Hood's
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ONCE MORE IN THE LAND !
N. F. BURGESS
a riiMin Dremrni to reiair Garden
Hw. MiMiiklfr. Wftyr Tan?. Saw Fil
ing and all kinos o Top's 8iiTned in-
clmlins Carving ICaive? an 1 Scissors;
Lawn Mowers ppev'aifv ; 'o miinz
GIajm. in fact all k:n of j iriJj Work
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tujOMJiBCXAL ADVERTISER : HONOIIJIIJ. JANUARY 21, 1895.
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the good-will and patronage
we have had during the last
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eminently satisfied with their
And retain patronage more
by the EXCELLENCE OF QUALITIES
shown and our reasonable
prices than by preposterous
claims of selling goods below
As we have said before that
when you pay less for goods
than we ask for them you get
an inferior quality.
Carry a stock of dry
goods that is complete
in every sense, from
the lowest priced goods
to the most luxurious made,
we make a specialty of the
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Worth your while always in
making purchases to look at
our stock before - deciding. If
we have what you want you
will certainly buy it, if quality
and price are any consid
Ladies' Underwear in con
nection with our general stock
will receive considerable at
tention, it is our intention to
make a run of them and as the
stock is an over large one,
first buyers will have first
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