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Hawaiian Gazette (Newspaper) - March 15, 1895, Honolulu, Hawaii VOL. xxx.. :NO. HONOLULU. II. JL. FRIDAY. MARCH Jo, WHOLE NO. 1637. Hawaiian (iazelte, Semi-Weekly -------PUBLISHED BY------- HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANT EVERT TUESDAY AKD FRIDAY MOfiHIflfl Geo. H. Paris, Basiaeaa Manager. Wallace R. Editor. uu MISCELLANEOUS. K. O. ILllIlTKli.J Importers and Dealers in Hardware, Plowe, FulEts, Olio ond General OFFICE KB- Wm W Hall Prealduui anl Manager BO White... ....becreUury and Treauurfar WmF Allun Auditor ThoB May and T W Directors 1856 Corner Fort unit Kinir 818 y S1UIOTS OR UK, WHICH! A Question That is Puzzling Many of Our Citizens. SXJBSCKIPXION Per month Peryear Per year, Foreign.- Payable Invariable In Advance. Address all communications Hawaiian Gazette Company P 0. BoxO, Honolulu, H. I. PROFESSIONAL. CARTER KINNEY, us U. M. COORE. M. n: JU. L2TOEK3. p J LUWKEV B to w a-; Succeonore lu LEWEBH Importer D nd Dealers in Lumber, Acdallkiudo of Building Materials. 1356 __ _ Forl Street.HoiiQlaln __ y HONOLULU IRON 'WORKS CO Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Coolers, Irou, Brass and Lead Casting Machinery of Every Description tf Madis to Order. Particular attention paid to Ships' Blackt smithing. JOB WORK educated on thesbortei- 1856 notlue. y A. No. 15 ____ y ROSA. STKEFT. Honolula. H __ _ C. PARKE, And Agent to take Acknowledgments. OFFICE: -13 KAAHUMAND STBEE, J393 Hoolnla, H. I. ___ ?_ CASTLE, Notary Public. Attend, all the Court. of 1856 J. ALFRED MAQOON, Attorney ancTcounselor At Law OFFICB-42 Merchant Street. Honolnln, H. I. y CO. Importer! King Bethel Streets, Honolulu, B. I., and CommHrion MerohantJ, H ir at AM smos.. Importeri of General Merchandise, WATEKMOUS-E, IJttPOBTEB AND DBA LEB TIT OEHEBAL MEBCHANDISE. 1856 Qnppn Htreet. Honolulu y J. EL WHITHEY. M. D., D. D. S Boom a on Fort ifflcoln Brewer's, Block, corner Hotel and Fort y streets Entrance, Hotel street. C. E. WIIXIAMS. Importftr, manufacturer, Upholsterer, A1H> IK FURKITORE 8F EVERY DESCRIPTION, and Musical Instruments. 1SB9 105 FORT STRKBT. __ ly_ TO.. S. GRDTBAUM CO.. -IHFOBTEBB OF Oen'l Merchandise and Comrnimion 1356 _ M orphan ta- Honolulu. H. I. J M. S. GRINBATIM CO., Commission Merchants, No. 215 Front Street, San Francisco, Post Office Box 3603. 1858 Tal. A IK. I 1' 1. I K ,1 I-A M- Kl. A IMS It ALS. tun of I he mill Lately ArrUed J-aio Received Pre- Military Tralulug lu the Army Uto I of urination ou the The unexpected arrival of the Qer- man steatusbip ItideperJdunt yester- day morning from Kobe, Japan, with 908 Japanese and 400 tons of freight, all for this port, created a vast amount of talk. Outside of those interested but very few bad any knowledge that such a vessel was expected, or if they did they were careful to keep their iuformatioo very -much to them- It was ordinarily supposed, amotig the general public, that with the ie- sumption of Portuguese immigration, for which Minister Thuruton so bard for the past few moijths, besidts taking a special trip to Europe, tbatthe importation of Japan t-se laborers would cease, at least HAWAIIAN WINE CO. FRANK BROWN, 28 and 80 Merchant Street, Honolulu, H.I. rso PEANCE, ENGLAND, UBRMAHV AND THE UNITED STATES. 1873-y No. 68 Street, Honolulu. H.I, HYMAN BROTHERS. Commission Merchants, 208 Front Street, Ban Francisco Particular attention paid to ailing and sh pplng 1J73 Island orders. J F. A. SCHAEFKK CO. Importers A Commission Mrc's. 1SB6 Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. y OL. CO., General Commission Agents, 1856 Queen H. I. y O. W. MACFARJLANE Importers and Commission Merchants, Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands, AOESTB Uirtleos. Watson Co., Scotland Street, Iron John Fowler Steam Plow d Locomotive Woike. Leeds. ly BISHOP COMPANY. THEO. M Importero and AHB Co., Commission Jlerohanta, WILLIAM 0. SMITH, ATTORNEV-AT-LAW, BANKERS. DRAW EXCHANGE. ON THE BARK OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO THEIB AGEWtB fal HTew Chicago, Bo.ton, Ports Meserg, M.N. Bothschild Sons London The Commercial Banking Co. of Sjdncy, in London, and Sydney. The Bank of New Zealand in Auckland, t'hristchnrch, Dunedln and Welllnfrton. The Bonefconj: and Shanghai Banking Cor- poration in HorEkone and i-hanehai. China; and Totobama. Hiogo. and Nagasaki, Japirn. The Bank of British Columbia in Victoria, Van- conver, and Westminister, B. C.; and Portland. Oregon. And the Azores und Madeira 1356-y DR. R. W. ANDERSON, SUCCESSOR TO DBS. ANDERSON LUNDY DENTISTS, Hotel St.. opj.. Dr. J. S. 66 Fort Street, Honolnln. 13I6-y H. W. SCHMIDT SONS, hnortera acd SoaiksioB Uerchnts, Honolulu. _ ____ ME. W. F. ALLEN, HAS AH OFFICE OVEB MESSBS. BISHOP CO., corner of Merchant and Kftfinntnitmi be will beplnued to attend toon; nalnaipeptrnited to hlin. _ 1356-6n> C. HTJSTACE, (Formerly with B. F. Bollea Co.) Wholesale and Retail Grocer, 111 King Street, under Harmony Hall. Family. Plantation, and Ships' Stores sup- plied at short notice. New Good Dr. LIEBIG CO Special Dootara for Ohrffnio, Pri- vate and Wasting Disease, Dr Invigorator tbo remedy if Manhood and LI. big for Seminal Weaktiesn, Loss o f al'.y executed. 18S6 8 by overj irom the other ialanda faith- TELEPHONE 119 II. E. McBNTWKE BfRO. Feed Store and Bakery. Corner King and Fort Streets, Honolnlr. _______V_ THE WTSTERN AND HAWAIIAN Investment Connnanv- (LlmitoQ loaned for long o. nuort ON APPROVED Apjily to SECURITY. W. W. HAI.L, ManaRor. RfttVPr Rlnck. Kori St. y
tiou and govern- ment hero es'aolit-hed hy law, and in furtherance of s-Jcli their purpos-, did with force and in confederated multitnde on the 6th day of January. 1896, and on divprs other days then 10! owing, in the District of Hoi olnln, Island of Oabu, levy war against this Republic, ai d did commit tnurd-r, and other Monies, and did provide themselves with arms, am- munition and dynamite with treasonous purpose, and with intent to terrorize the inhabitants of the c ty of Honolulu, and for a time overturn all government and WHKREAS, Upon being informed of Stid rebellion tbe President in pnrsu-' ance of his constitutional antho'i y, did proclaim that martial law should obtain and prevail throughout the island of Oahu; and WHKHEAS. Tbe toilitary and police forces ot this Government, with loyal co-operati >n of other residents of the Ha- waiian Islands have arrested the spread of this rebellion and have saved the lives and property of law-abidii g itiz-ns from imminent general sacrifice; and WHEREAS, It is expedient that all wbo in g faith have lor 'he crushing of rebellion, should ho in- demnified add kept harmless for such their acts of lo alty. Be it enacted by the Executive and Advisory Councils of the Kepubiic of Hawaii -ECTION 1 All proclamations and orders published or made all acts, matters and things directed or done, or to be commanded, di ected or done by tbe or by any officer of the Government, or oiber person acting undor the authority of the Pr flidenr, for tne pur- poses and durirg the time herein de- clared that 11 to say, on, fr >m and since January 6 !b95, until mariial lawi.hali he declared to be no longer in force, wno her done in a district in which mur- ti-tl law was proclaimed or was in force, or dorirt in a district m which rnafial 'aw was in force, in the proc'amation or furtli-rtiice of martial law, or in the -nppression of insurrection, or in the abnshm-nt of a military tribunal, or in thj arrest, imi tion tria convcMoti person charged with di-loyal or sedition- with any act or coi i he peace, or to the erty, or in the an -at aud .ietonti m of persons held for inrostigdtion, are here- by declared to bav been done within the conHtitutional a., hority of tbe Frt si- dent and are confimmd Sections 2 and ;j are embodied in a bill protecting the officers of the Gov- ernment or other persons acting under them from individual suit for dam- ages. In the bill preveuting and deported political prisoners from re- turning to the country the minimum penalty of nection 3 was stricken out. All bills reported from the Judiciary committee passed the second reading. At 4 o clock the Councils adjourned to meet at 2 o'clock this afternoon. somuent. deporta- or sentence of any or sv th any practice or act or iracy dang-ro is to .fe y of Ide or prop- At Hxwallnn Gaantto OC1' 1 Mhii-ter Rmilh palled attention to the report of his rema> k-< ven by the 1 Bull- tin, which conveyed a wrong I in I'ros-ion. The bills reported by (hp committee re then taken up The fivornble K on tin- act to repeal Section- 1, 1 _', 3, 4 S anil 6 of the act providing fnr j bringing action iigai xt t lie Jovt rn- int-nt Was accepted The bill creating the Supreme Court, a eourt, of claim-, after numerous puiicd Microscopic air and liquid bub- bles exist in many crystals of min- erals, no less than having been estimated to have a place m a cube of quartz one-twenty-fifth of an inch square. How to Curr II lin inn il ARAOO, Coos Co ORLOON, Nov. 10, wish to icfiirm you of the great povl Chmnb'Tlaiu's Pain Balm h-iH dcnp ray wife. She has been troubled with rheumatism of tho arms and hands for six months, and has tried many rem.edian pro hfrnxvl f ir complaint, but found no relief until sho uifwi thin Pain Baltu, "ne. bottle of which has com plntely cured I take pleasure) in reoommotuling it, for that Y..nri truly, U A BrLLor.n IP il fl lii'ttlns pain by nil ULVBUN, SMITH Co AjroatH f M 1 NEWSPAPER!
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