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THE PACIFIC COaOIEKClAIj ADVERTISER ; HOJtfOIjIJXU, JAKUARY 30, 1895
o ntit VIHD1CATOH0FMR.WMLFRELD. Government Expresses Regret for His Arrest. Offlrer Thoroughly MUlntrprtel Or der Unfortunate Details of the Affair. The residents of Hilo were very much wrought up last week by the arrest of Mr. F. M. Wakefield by Sheriff Williams on the charge of treason. So positive were Mr. Wakefield's friends of his loyalty to the Republic, that an indigna tion meeting was held and a dele gation of prominent citizens select ed to accompany him to this city and obtain an explanation of this unwarranted proceeding. It appears that Mr. Wakefield's personal friendship with the Ash fords, while living in Honolulu, led the authorities to the supposition that he might give them some light on the connection of the Ashfords vrith the insurrection. Consequent ly Mr. Van Giesen was delegated a special messenger to proceed to Hilo and ask Mr. Wakefield to come to Honolulu, with the very natural addenda that if Mr. Wake field refused to como to "bring him." Arriving at Mahukona, Van -Giesexi telephoned to Sheriff Williams that Mr. Wakefield's presence was de sired at Honolulu. The sheriff asked on what charge, to which Van Giesen replied, "There is no charge." Armed with this author ity the sheriff proceeded to arrest Mr. Wakefield on the charge of treason, and kept him a guarded prisoner in his house. When Van Giesen appeared on the scene the next day he explained that the authorities simply wanted to talk with Mr. Wakefield and he was re leased from police surveillance, came to this city, told the authori ties he knew nothing of the Ash fords' private affairs, and went his way as many another citizen has done during the recent trouble. In view of the treatment he had received, Mr. Wakefield's friends believed an apology from the Gov ernment the only proper repara tion. They appeared before the cabinet yesterday morning, and as a result of their inter view Mr. Wakefield received a letter from Attorney - General W. O. Smith, in which was ex pressed the regret that he should have been subjected to tne treat ment received at the hands of an officer of the Government. Thus the unfortunate affair has been smoothed over and the stigma removed from Mr. Wakefield which might have been cast upon him by the unfortunate action of the sheriff. It is due Mr. Wakefield to state that the authorities did not anticipate the necessity of his arrest, or the extreme measures that were used against him. He is a firm supporter of the Govern ment and an active member of the Citizens' Guard of Hilo. Prominent Visitors. Among the arrivals by the Mio TOPm for Honolulu were Messrs. C. S. Bailey and F. J. Painton. Both of these gentlemen are prominent merchants of Vancouver, British Columbia. The former is a book seller and photographer. He will remain in the country for some months making views of prom inent points and will extend his tour to the volcano and other islands. Mr. Painton is one of the largest music dealers in the North, and visits the country for pleasure and health. He will also remain several months. The gentlemen are favorably impressed with Honolulu and anticipate a pleasant sojourn in the Paradise of the Pacific. They say the islands are attracting considerable atten tion in the northern country, and that a large number of people will come hither during the next few months. Harmony Lodge Officers. Brother C. J. Fishel, D. D. G. Sire, assisted by Sister Rose Adler as G. Marshal, Sister C. Petrie as G. Warden, Brother J. J. Lecker, P. D. D. G.- S., as G. Master, and Brother C. Carter as G. Secretary, installed the following officers at their regular meeting, Friday even ing: Sister K. Williams, N. G. Riater S. L. Williams, V. G. Sister Rose Adler, P. N. G. Sister M. Lawrence, Secretary. Sister M. Gorman Treasurer. Sister I. Turner, Conductor. Sister L. Adler, Warden. Sister A. Foss, Chaplain. Sister C. Petrie, P. N. G., R. S. G 8Ister J. Berry. Jj. S. N. G. Brother H. H. Williams, P. G., R. e. v. t. Sister M. Schuman, I. S. V. G. Sister E. Turner, I. O. Sister E. Dayton, Organist. WEDDING LAST NIGHT. Mr. Chas. P. Sawyer and Miss Gertrude Severance Married. Mrf. Parke's residence on Bere- iauia street was the scene of a quiet but pretty wedding last night, when Mr. Chas. F. Sawyer and Miss Gertrude Severance were made man and wife. At 7 :30 o'clock the contracting parties took up a position in the center of the spacious double parlors and Rev. O. H. Gulick read the beau tiful Episcopal marriage ceremony. The wedding was a private one, the attendance being limited to intimate friends of the family. Among those present were noticed President and Mrs. Dole, Minister and Mrs. Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Hatch, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Allen, Dr. and Mrs. Day, Mr. and Mrs. Swanzy, Prof. Scott, Mrs. Edger ton, Mrs. J. F. Brown, Mrs. Weth erbee, Misses White, Hartwell, Mott-Smith, Atkinson and Rich ards; Mefsrs. Walter Dillingham, Sam Wilder, Lowden and Lovekin, besides immediate relatives of the bride, these being Mr. and Mrs. Luther Severance and daughter, of Hilo, Mrs. Geo. B. Kirkbride, of Minneapolis, Minn., respectively uncle, aunt, cousin and sister of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Pierce, of St. Paul, Minn., friends of the groom. As the bridal party entered the parlor Misses Atkinson, Richards and Mrs. J. F. Brown played Lo hengren's wedding march. Misses Helen Severance and Annie Parke were bridesmaids, and Mr. W. C. Parke was groomsman. After the ceremony an elegant and Bumptuoua repast was partaken of. The Quintette Club was present and played and sang a number of selections. The grounds were bril liantly illuminated with paper lan terns of all shades, which gave a gala appearance to the surround ings. The bride and groom received a large number of beautiful, costly and useful presents from friends and acquaintances in Honolulu, besides many in San Francisco which are stored at Shreve's jewel ry house. Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer will leave for their future home in Dover, N. H., by the Mariposa on February 7. WAR PHOTOS. New lot of Crepe and Plain Tissue Paper. Latest designs in Pic ture Mouldings. Lots of other Goods, new and novel, just received. KING IB JrO 3857-17 HOTEL STREET. C. J. WHITNEY, Teacher ot ELloou.tiotx and Dra matic Art, Arlington Hotel. 3884-lw FOE SALE. I m rases mtwm m mum, wxu-- 'i:' "11 yH IfcNiy Till. n Ft CI III IV 4 AND THE BRITON SWALLOWED IT. Eoglbliiuan fpatronizinrlT) Tour school facilities are excellent, I am told. Ameriaan (suarsly) Well. I should UJ. Se the braittuonian Institute over there ? Think of a building like that, just to educate the Smiths ! Vogue. WRJ NED-1) BEAUTIES SHOULD 'upttxviA AtMiKz luKMK. feMu cod and Tigt-ae Builder. Doea not cover, tut heals .id cures bltruibbte ot t) e skin. Makes the t ef ues fiiru and nilds up ti e vtcrn-ont mar cle fibers, and tcakes i hem plump, lowest in prite nd bet in valna. 75 axis labqx roT. Mas. Habrimim's Iack I-lkaiu. Cores most apgravaUd cases of Freckle. Blackhcd. FKeb Worms, Sunburn, SalIowr.ets, and Moth Patches. Quick in action and peimanent in effects, rues fl. Mas Harbison's Pace rowDM. rare adhesive ana pcaiuveiy mviBiDie. Three shades white, fleEh, biunette. Will not clog the pores, stays on all day. Prick 50 cxkts. . . . 4 .... Mrs. Hakkisok's Hair Vigob. Stops Fallirg Hair in one or two applications. Prevents Gray Hair and causes rich and luxuriant growth of B air to grew on bald heads. Cases of j ears standing specially invited to a trial. Pbjcb $1. Mrs. Habbisck's Haik Bbstobbb. Only four to ten days required to restore hair to its natural color. Is net a dye or bleach. No pediment or stfekinees. Color is permanent when once your fcair is restored to its natxral shade. Hair becomes glossy and clean. Pbjcb L ...... , Mbs. Habrjsck's Fbjzz. Fcr keeping the hair in curia a week at a time ; net sticky ; don't leave a v? bite deposit on the hair. Pbicz 50 cxkts. MRS. NETTIE HARBISON, America's Beauty Doctor. 28 Geary 8trL, San Francisco, Cal. C&Ior tale by HOLLISTEB DRUG COMPANY, 523 Fort Street, Honolulu. EST Any lady call at Hollieter Drug Company will be given a Lady's Journal containing a Beauty Lecture written by Mrs. Nettie Harrison. ATTENTION A Special Christmas Sale, commencing MONDAY, December 17. We will everything regardless of cost for 8 days only. . . EZTCome and Inspect our stock of Holiday Goods ; the LOWEST and BEST. KOHAlIA BAZAAR, MURATA & CO., COKNEB NTJTJAXTU A3TD Proprietors. Geo. W. Lincoln Is Burned Out, but Still Prepared to Superintend or Build Anything from a One-roomed House to a New City HaU. . " All Orders Left With John Nott, King Street, Will be promptly Attended to. AHEAD IN SHOES ... ' m i -i i . ii .ItTMnlnln Vairaihairfaetin nllM. "I'hft IS Our position, ana, ior mat reason, me puuiii. wi nuuwuiu uir .. - Grand Turk can't be dislodged from the table, and it is just as certain that nothing can make us relinquish our f oothold. Our Incomparable footwear makes it solid and perma nent. Those who have use for feet are as pleased with a shoe bargain as they are with a tUTKey on a Anauasgiving xay. jx o.l oiw nm ouvn """" " strongest points and, therefore, oflers the largest values. Their quality and price give fillo IVrTTfivWnnd Shoes in all styles. shapes and colors for $4.50. Look at it and see what you paid $5 and $6.60 for. TOE MANDFACTDREUS SHOE COMPANY i m a TT-.-mn va- tb rmi a 405 KING STBEBT, , Commission Merchant, Wholesale and Betail Silk Goods, Cotton Crepes, Underwear, Towels, Hata and Caps ; Fine lino 33 Japanese Metal consisting of Match Safes, Ash Trays, Card O&sea, Soap Boxes, Decorated Japanese Hand Bags, etc. . . U ... . Just received by China and Bentala from Japan. Provisions, Matting, Tout Soap, Cotton and Silk Goods, etc ; . , . - . '- ' K Samples of all kinds of Japanese Goods which. I can import on short notice. ' XyTry out 8. T. TEA8. Prices the lowest. , ' - awaiian Gazette Gom'y H 516 FORT STREET. H. E. McINTTRE & BRO., IMPORTERS DEALERS IK faeries. Provisions am 7 EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS. t : i f fmm V.o TToofom StatPH and EtirO DO. Fresh California Produce by every eteamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. -Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. PoetoflSce Eox 145. Telephone Ho. 92. Feed GS-ENETtA-L. DELICATE DELC10US , , dainty ! ! ! PKMTER ASK YOUR GROCEK FOR " EBD LABEL OYSTEES These are new pack Large, Fat, Extra selected. One trial will prove their merits. B,The Cans of This Brand Contain a Greater Quantity Than Those of any Other SKK(C CHOICE TBACT OF DOUU. about 200 acres in South . . a 4 Kona, within one hour's nae irom me landing as xeaiaaeiraa j portion of this is fine coffee land, about 140 acres can be plowed. An unfailing onri mnnincF stream on the land. Twenty-five acres already cleared and about two acres now piuieu wtwj .MnnKiAn nmhpr of fmi t trees on land . which is nearly all surrounded by good stone walls and wire lencing. jrasrare 01 ten acres and two houses.one on road with t,no Ti-f onrl trardpn. Over aixtv head of cattle of which about thirty are fine milking stock of good pedigree. Several hnva&a a-nA tnaTPH ftTld abOUt fOftV hOgS. CXJ Htle perfect. This is a fine op portunity for any one desiring a No. 1 investment. For full particulars apply to A. X. LUXJ)ci'oxiiui, Surveyor, Hilo, Hawaii. 3869-lw lbl2-rf MISS ID. LAMB Notary Public Offloe of J. la. Maroon, Merohant street near the Poatoffioe. Frank B. Peterson & Co., Coast Agents jtjst ahri v h:x PER 8R2i C. . illYA.T BABY CARRIAGES of all styles. CARPETS, IlLUS, ana .MAIS in tne latest, pterns, 4fc Honseliold 99 Sewins: M achi nes Hand Sewing Machines, all with the latest improvement. Also on hand Westermayers Celebrated Cottage Pianos Parlor Organs, Guitars and other Musical Instrument. ETFor sale by ED. HOFFSCH L AEGEK & CO , King Street, opposite Castle js Cookc bind: TELEPHONES 1. 88. No. 46 Merchant Street.