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with the Government, admitting the jrallt of the men, but demanding; m martial law had been proclaimed, that the Republic of Hawaii give assur ance that they would not be con demned to die by any summary court martial. The reply was a unexpected by him at it was creditable to the Republic. President Dole, after a consultation with some of his principal adviaera, declared that no assurance of any kind would be given that the English men's lives would be spared If found guilty. It mattered not whether the fomenters of the discord or dissension were Germans, Italians, Japanese, Englishmen or Canadians, If they dis obeyed the law of the Republic of Hawaii they would be treated exactly on the same basis as if they were na tives and en gazed in Insurrectionary practices. Alien would not be per mitted to come Into the country and take an active part in Its affairs with out subjecting themselves to responsi bility for their actions. tfhile no assurances were given the British Minister that the Englishmen in custody would not be punished according to their deserts, still it was by no means certain that they would be executed for the part they had taken in the recent uprising. Their eases would be carefully investigated by the proper tribunals, and no at tempt would be made to punish per sons who were innocent. The complications sure to result will necessitate a naval display of the United States to ofRet that which Great Britain Is sure to send. BILLY COR3IWJSI.I. TALK. n Will Consult Imlaant Lawyer- Ufrm Um Retmrne ta Hawaii. V. H. Cornwell, the last Minister of Finance under the monarchy of Hawaii and ex-member of the House of Nobles, Is a guest at the Palace, eays the Call of the 21st. He is ac companied by bis son and daughter, and will remain in this city until Vhrn.rv 7. when he expects to sail for bis island borne on the steamer Alameda if everything goes well or promUea to do so. Botthere are possibilities that things will not go well with Mr. Cornwell should he again set his feet on the shore of bis adopted country pro- tMipi hv nothing more than his loy alty to the old regime and his rights im an nlft resident and large property owner. He has reasons for believing that be is very much wanted by the irfwiirmal . Government just now ftr th excitement of the last at- temnted revolution. In fact the pres ent powers that be in Hawaii suspect Mr. Cornwell of having shipped arms and ammunition to the royalists since bis arrival in America five weeks ago, a suspicion which be repudiates with scorn. In an interview last night, while sneaking about the last attempted wvolntion. Mr. Cornwell said: The situation on the islands was rv aorlnna at last accounts. The up rlxin? was not a general one. I have hn informed that the royalists were forced to fight before they were ready. It was very unfortunate that it was ever attempted for many lives will be sacrificed. One can only sympathize with the poor Hawaiian, for the Gov ernment people will now shoot them down like dogs. And for what? For trying to wrest their country and homes from the men who stole them. I believe that many of the prominent men at the head of the present Gov ernment would be only too glad to put the country back where It was on the 16th of January, 1893. The pros perity of the country is virtually dead for another year. '1 have nothing to say about those in authority, individually, but no Government on the face of the earth is so unpopular with a majority of its gople as the present .Government of awail. At its last election, held in 1834, hardly 2000 voters registered, as against 11,000 at the last election un der the monarchy. And of the 2000 who did register a large number were aliens who never could have qualified if put to the test. M have read with regret of the death of Charles Carter, who was shot at WaikikL He was a promising young man, aadl fully sympathize with his family. But be did uot lose his life while fighting in defense of his home and fireside, as Senator Bou telle claims. He was not ordered out, but voluntarily joined a police force which was detailed to search some premises for arms supposed to have been hidden by the royalists. Some fighting took place, a few shots were fired, and young Carter lost his life because his curiosity had led blm where he had no business to go. But this is not the end of the trou bles in Hawaii," added Mr. Cornwell, after a thoughtful pause. I know the Hawaiian. They are kind hearted and generous, but they are, above all things, loyal to their own race and their queen. If Robert Wil cox, the leader in the last attempted revolution, is captured and executed, the native will pillage and burn the sugar plantations In the outer districts .If thw Ar nnt va.nria.licA th titf rn ritv of Hoooluiu." j Mr. Cornwell will make au effort to avoid all possible risk of his liberty when he once more steps ashore on Hawaiian soil. He has consulted eminent lawyers here, and will try to secure papers of American citizenship before be goes on board the steamer Alameda, wrstward bound. He is a native of New York State, and has never sworn allegiance to any foreign power, save the monarchy of Hawaii, which Is no more. He proposes to re turn in peace and spend the remainder ef his days in his beautiful home on the island of MauL afUa4 IXeld BpouIbl. Washington, Jn 15. The Star of this city has a long letter from its cor respondent at Hawaii, who reviews j the situation there, and says that pub lic opinion on the islands, justly or unjustly, holds President Cleveland responsible for keeping alive the in surrectionary spirit among the royal ists, and views bis refusal for Ave months to station an American vessel there as merely tbe latest invention of bis displeasure and hostility. It is pointed out that it Is more than ten jears since Honolulu Iras been ex empt for a few days without an Amer ican ship, and usually two of them, in port. In Congressional circles the Ha- TH PACIFIC COM3IKRCIAL ADVEUTiait: auumbu, waiian situation ia still the subject of much talk, and the President is se verely criticised for his message rec ommending that this Government should agree that the British Govern- ment may lay acaoieirom vaucuu vex to an island of the Hawaiian group. There is no pro Damn ty tna eiiner branch of Congress will favoraoiy con sider this proposition. Failed to Kacap. The crew of the Alameda, which ar rived from Honolulu on Friday, tell of a strange lookout that was kept by Captain Morse just after the steamer got outside of the three-mile limit, and it was not until some days after ward that the story leaked out, says a late Sao Francisco Examiner. Morse, so the story goes, was instructed to look out far a canoe outside the har bor and take on board one of its occu pants as a passenger to San Francisco. At the appointed spot no canoe was in sight, and although the steamer cruised about for some time no canoe put out from the shore to meet ner. The passenger was to have oeen tjan WIdemann, a son or juage wiaemann, who was one of the lieutenants or Newllen, who, with bis force, was to march on the ciry from the direction of Waiklki. When hostilities broke out and the royalists fled toward Dia mond Head, Nowleln's company ais- appeared, and it was plannea ior in a canoe and Intercepting iue steamer, but for some reason the plan j failed. .v- - 1 " .1 I Tha Xfonna'a Trip. Victoria (B. C), Jan. 20. It is not believed here that the schooner .Nor ma had any thing to do with the land ing of arms at Honolulu. The Norma was chartered by tr. J. jiaxioD, rep resentative business man, to take a cariro or saimon to xiouoiuiu duo t . . . . wk a m ar loaded on the ttceena Kiver ana mx. daxton himself was a passenger on her. Captain Stevenson, who was mixed up in the Emerald smuggling ring and la a fugitive from San Fran cisco, is in command, and it is be lieved that among the crew was an other well-known smuggler. The opinion baa been general here that there was opium aboard, but no one believes Claxton would have anything to do with smuggling. He is cer tainly not a man who would go on a filibustering expedition. If it had been desired to snip arms on the Nor ma there would have been every op portunity to get them aboard, as the vessel loaded at an isolated place. Joha gpreckel Indiana t. According to a late San Francisco paper John D. Spreckela was indig nant when be heard that this Govern ment bad placed armed men on the Alameda when she was in this port. "They bad no business on board," said Mr. Snreckels. "Why didn't y6a run the American flag up and order them off V said be to Captain Morse. "The flag was there," replied the captain, "but Mr. Irwin told me that the easiest wav out of the trouble was the best, and to get through and sail away, WUmz'i Katfcer Talks Newport, B. I., Jan. 20. William Wilcox, the aged father of Bob Wil cox, the leader of the revolution In Hawaii, who is now in this city, says the only thing that prevents the au thorities from lavinsr violent hands on Bob is the recognized devotion of the people to him. He has only to com mand and they obey. Mr. Wilcox savs Bob has support outside the Isl ands. but does not know from what direction it comes. HANDLED JiOTSOF SUGAR. A Very Busy Week With the Inter Island Employees. From Tuesday to Sunday the Inter-Island Steamship Company did the biggest work for that length of time since its beginning, many years ago. The Ke Au Hou brought 12,058 bags of sugar ; Mikahala, 10,118 ; Iwalani, 9953 ; James Makee, 8433 ; Kaala, 5583; Waialeale, 5933 : W. G. Hall, 3527, and Pele, 7970, mak ing a total of 63,5 1 5, which added to the 760 bags of rice brought by the various steamer, amounts to 64,335 bags. Tbe employees of the Inter-Island Steamship Company are to be con gratulated upon tbe completion of such an enormous task. The offi cers of the company appreciate the service done by the men and praise them very highly. intone Rosa Arrested. Antone Rnaa was arrested on a charge of treason yesterday morn- j ing about 10 o clock at his Kaala wai residence by Senator Henry Waterhoue. Ju3t previous to the appearance of Mr. Waterhou.se on the scene Roea had been speaking of the insurrection, and said "They are after me ; it takes a smart man to cover his tracks." When brought to the station house Rosa looked inside and remarked, "Are you going to put me into this h 11 of a place.1 11 Cxxllen BrnnQbt Ia. Pat Callen, who shot and killed a Chinaman at Koolaa on last Fri day, waa brought to police head quarters yesterday. Cullen claim that he and Deputy Shtritf Shel don were engaged in searching for arm. Thy went into the China mauV place, aud while engaged in pearching the place wre axaulted by four.or five Chinese, and that he was forced to ehoot iu nelf defence. LOOKING FOR CORNWELL. He Was Expected on tha Australia, But Did Not Cone. The Australia waa eighted yes terday afternoon about 4 o'clock, and waa docked two hoara later. The vessel waa expected on Friday, but repairs to her engines caused her- detention at San Francisco. She left the latter port on laa't Mon day morning about 10 o'clock, with 700 tons of freight and a heavy passenger list. Before the vessel reached the wharf she waa boarded by the po lice, who were in search of W. i. Cornwell cr Rudolph Spreckel, both of whom were expected. They are wanted on a charge of treason. Cornwell was on the passenger list, but he decided to remain in San Francisco. Spreckela did not come either. When the vessel left San Fran cisco she ran into a storm. It was of such a nature that the pilot could not leave the ship, so he was brought to Honolulu. The pilot was Captain Jordan. Captain Houdlette. stated yester day that he will leave for San Francisco on Wednesday afternoon, the sailing date under the new schedule. CmZENS' GUARD O'PFICERS. Resolution Adopted and Monument to Garter Arranged. Officers of the Citizens' Guard met in the American League hall Satnrdav evenincr. F. B. Mc- J w Stocker acted as chairman. A resolution was unanimously adopt ed in accordance with the petition acted upon by the several squads of the Guard's a few evenings ago. A committee was appointed to pre sent the resolution to the executive should it be deemed advisable. A committee consistinc of Mpflsrfl- C. M. Cooke. T. F. Lan sing. C. Bolte. W. H. Hoogs and A. Weirick waa named to provide a monument to Chas. L. Carter, a Citizens' guardsman, who waa kill ed while on duty. Subscription will be requested from members of the Guards. Voiuutary contnou tiona from the public at large to wards this most worthy movement will also be accepted. Tfe waa also decided that in the iratinn of the Citizens' frnarrl the sauads were to elect their several officers. Sunday Fire. An alarm of fire was turned in at 5:20 p.m. Sunday. The depart ment answered promptly, but the fir) was smothered by the time they arrived on the scene. The blaze waa in a Chinese washhouse on Emma street, just off Beretania, Only a bunk and some clothes were destroyed. Notice. 4 T THE ANNUAL MEETING OF J. the Kilanea hoirar Companv held this 23d day of Jannary, A. D. 1895, tbe foliowm? officers were duly elected to serve daring the ensuing year: W. G. Irwin President W. M. GifLurd Vice President H.M. Whitney, Jr.... j Treasurer?'1 Theo. C. Porter Auditor H. II WHITEY, Jr., Secretary Kilaaea 8 a gar Company. Honolulu, H. I. January 23d, 1895. 390Q-6t Assignee's Notice. TUB UNDERSIGNED HAVING been appointed As&igse in Bank ruptcy of the Estate of J A. AfTonso of Honokaa, notice ia hereby giren to all creditors to hare their approred claims presented at once to him at the office of iL tlackfeld &. Co. All persons owine the a bore named Estate are requested to make immediate payment to C. BOSE, Assignee of the Bankrupt Estate of J A. Affbnso of Honokaa. 3S98-tf 1623-t Read This ! IF YOLT WANT A MOTIVE POWER, order a Rxqam Vapok or Pacific Gas Ekgek; thev are the best, eafet and simplest in the world. JOS. TINKER, Sole Apsnt. y&nd lor catalogue-!. Honolulu, MUST ACE & CO., Dbaukbs l Wood AND COAL i ibo Wnite and Black Sand which wa ill anil at tbe very loweet market rates. f3Tll.l. Tr.TWiSi No. 41 iu No. 41. 4.QJ. 1 v The Hawaiian Gazitt Company manufacture rubber b tamps of all descriptions. mm ZJUITBD, importers Harduarc and General Merchandise Thore are a great many homes having zinc-lined bath tubs that are in good condition with this one exception: they lack the features of a por celain lining. How to over come this without going to the expense of getting a new tnb, has been a question that has worried a great many. One pot ot our WHITE ENAMEL PAINT will do the work, forming as it does a GLOSSY SURFACE, almost equal in hardness and durabil ity to that of porcelain itself, being at the same time hardly distinguishable from porcelain. Consult your physician and he will tell you by all means to paint your bath tub with Enamel Paint. The KEYSTONE EGG BEATERS are little gems. Try one if you want your eggs quickly and thoroughly beaten. We also call your special attention to our economical BARREL and CYLINDER CHURNS, they are easy work ers, have all sizes and prices. We have a handy CLOTHES DRIER, having ten arms made to fasten on the wall, when not in use by a simple pull these arms fold up like a fan, thus taking up but little room. ET Remember we sell Standard Oil Co.'s PEABL OIL at $1.S0 per case, C. 0. D., delivered to any part of the city free. CASTLE & COOKE L'd - IUPOBTKK8, Hardware nd "General Merchandise POWELL'S BALSAM OF ANISEED W0.L CURE YOUR COUGH A Lit TTTJI WORLD OYER. THIS BSCOO. KIZBD COCUU RXMX9T. llM lajMM ale tkrachoab U wmrtA llct Hs iawu znbl Yln. SOOOO C HH SUM'S S21 It. TkM vt hT ai alrdr (trem It a trtml ahold 4 ao at obc. m , la pAlacssnd cottare ttk. 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L Pnb'.ibcr of Libornia Hawaiian Maic. lglT-sm The Hawaiian Gazkttm Compact mHTirifrrtnr robber stamue of all deseriptiuus. Air0 - Arrived by the Alameda And added to our large and selected stock ,o Hardware ! Steel Garden Trowels,5&6 and 7 inches, Hawaiian Flags 4$ to 12 feet, Wostenholm Poc ket Knives, 150 dozen assorted; Stubs' Jewellers' Files, 109 dozen aborted; Door Mats, "Aloha" and plain, large as sortment; Brass Blacksmiths' KuleSjSteel Blacksmiths'Rtiles, A FIITO LINE OF RAZORS The best Swing Strops, Mixed White Shellac, Hair and Horse Clippers, Hunning'a Transmitters, L. D. Hand Telephones, Bull's Eye Dash Lanterns, Powder. Loading Measures, Hammock Hooks, Paint Brushes, Patent Castors, Turn Buckles, eta, eta, etc E. 0. HALL k SON Corner Fort and King Streets. WATCH WILL BB MACS TO TD1S IF KSSP XXTT BXCXIXXST THEEE DAYS WITH Farrer & Co., Hi Well-known unci Reliable "Watchmaker s , 413 FORT STREET. If satisfaction is not ziven, your money will be returned in full. Island orders vill receire prompt attention. 3856-t G. WEST, ion -:- rMFOBTXX A5D DltlU'IK Carriage Materials Of Erery rescript! on Including OAK, ASH, HICKORY A3TD WHITE WOOD LUMBER, Spokes, all eises; Sarern Wheels, Wood Hub Wheels, Sawed Felloes, Bent Bims from 1 to t inches, Dump Cart Shafts, Wagon Poles, Double-trees, Single-trees. Wagon and Cart Hubs, all sixes ; asd a rcix. A8soBTsmrr or Timmers, Materials Carriage Hardware, Norway Iron, and Steel Tires. Having a long experience m the Carriage Business, I am prepared to sup ply Carriage Builders, Plantations, etc , with first class materials, personally selected, at tfce very lowest cash prices. &STAII Island orders will receive prompt attention. MASONIC BLOCK, Corner AIakes and Hotel Street. elephone No. 35a 387S-tf Lost. 4 T WAIKIKI ON SUNDAY LAST, Pi. a Diamond Kin, binder will b suitably rewarded by cma.nnicating with GAxrrra oEce. 35A-u Commiss Merchan BYAUTHORITY. PB0CLM1UM EXECUTIVE BUILDING. V Hoxolcix, H. I , Jannary 7, 1805. j The right of WRIT OF HABEAS COBPUS is hereby suspended &a4 MARTIAL LAW ia InsUtnted and ea tabii&had throughout the Island of O&hn, to continue until farther notice, daring ing which time, howeTer, the Courts will continue in eeeeion and conduct ordinary business as uwl, except an aforesaid. By the President : SANFORD B DOLE, President of the Republic of Hawaii. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. NOTICE. All persona are hereby notified that they re atrictly forhidden to use fir crackers, Chinese bombs, or any fire works whatever within the limits of Honolulu, E. G. HITCHCOCK, Marehal Republic of Hawaii. Honolulu, Jannary 22d, 1S95. SSS9-tf ilOIICf, Special Orders, No 26. The Military CommisMou now ia eea- sion in this c'.ty, convened by Special Orders No. 23, dated January 16, 1S33, from these Headquarters will hold its sessions without regard to hours By order of the Comrnander-in-Chie, HI SQPET2. Adjutant'-Gencrsl. Adjutant-General OSce, Hcnolulo Jannary 13,1835. SSHTtl; t T . . A. fT mi n . 1 lf Omcx, Hasozxir, Jan. 18, 125.) GsarsjiAit Oscxss, Ko. IS. rm , . ? t ice ioiiowmg; nameu appwauatcHfay- are hereby announced for the informa tion of tbe National Guard of Hawaii r WILLIAM AUSTIN WHITING, to be Colonel of the First .Regiment, IT. G. H., with rank from January 16, 1895. WILLIAM A. KINNEY, . Aide-de-Camp General Staff, with rank n t.-: e . r t a ten: W. G. ASHLEY, Quartermaster First Begiment, N. G. H., with rank of Captain, from January 11, 1S95. W. E WALL, elected Second Lieutenant First Com pany Sharpshooters, with rank froxa November 12, 1894. By order of the Commander ia-Chicf, JNO. H. SOPEB, .:y " GasxBAi. Hkadquabtkb3, BaruBUO) or Hawaii AnxuTAJTr G jorrxaia Omcx,) nary 16, 195. Spxczaz. Oansx No. 25. Oanxs fox a MnxcAar CowTnsrrBy. A Military Commission is hereby ordered to meet at Honolola, Island c Oahn, on Thursday, tbe 17th day of Jan- A T ICQ? 1( rJflnfi? A. V.. UJUJl 1 . MtJ m , AfcW, ' " and thereafter from day to day for tha trial of such prisoners as may be brought before it on the charges and specifica tions to be presented by tiu Judge Ad vocate. The Officers composing, the Commis sion are: 1. Colonel William Austin Whitish First Reciment. N. G. H. 2. Lieutenant-Colonel J. H. fisher. First Regiment, N. G. H. 3. Captain C. W. Ziegler, Company F, N. G. H. a I 4. Captain J. M. Camar, Jr., Com pany C. N. G. H. 5. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant, N. G H 6. Captain W. C. Wilder, Jr., Com oanvD. N. G. H. 7. r irst Lieutenant J. W. Jonos, tonr p&ny D, N. G. H. CADtain William A. Eanney, Aida-1- Camp on General Staff. Jndgo Advo cate. By order of tbe uommanaet-- - Signed) -H-8lfE 93-ltf Adjutant-Gesggf- Tb Hawaiian Gixrrrx CCSTAS manufacture rubber stamps descriptions.