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FRIDAY, OCT. 18, 1P89.
Stinr W U Hull finm Hawaii nntl Mini I
Btini'IWH imi from Hum kuu
Haw a . AustiuHii, iiottdlette, C-Sf dnya
from Sun Francisco
R M H Mailponi, Morse, from he Colo
nics Stmr Walinnnalo fioui Watanao nud
Kelir Llholtlio for Walmeu
Stinr Knnlu for Wnlnuae, Wnialua niul
ICoolau at I) a in
Sckr Kaulkcaoiill for Ilauiakua
Schr Ka Mol for Ouoinea, Hawaii
H M S Mtulposti tor ban Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Swed hk Ophirfor l'ugct Sound
For Walalua and Waianoe per stinr
Kuala, Oct 18 Mrs Stuart ami child.
From lluniakua per stinr Iwnlnni, Oct
180 Wllllnui and daughter, Mrs K
Pierce, J Dyer and wife, Tit McEutrec,
wlfo and 2 children.
" From San Francisco per 3 S Austra
lia. Oct 18 Mm F J Lowrey, 3 children
and servant, Miss Stotrs, Miss I) Tied
nunn, 11 Guuu, A Fii-nnndez and wife,
J 11 Steveudon, Miss I, Lakc.G- H Spald
ing, J Coerpcr, J T Uogrct, Mis TE
Smith, Miss J Smith, G V Wilder and
wife, Miss A Kimball, J H Brims, P 11
Urook, Rev M. Han Is, I) M. Ucdgc, wlfo
and child, Capt D Haskell, J F B Mar
shall and wife, Wm Roebuck and wife,
O W Goodacre, wife and child, Mrs W
II Wagner, 11 F Wictmianu, Miss A
Tlelner, 11 II l'leluer, Mrs M. A Uou
Halves, O E Thrum, P S Taylor. II
Streubeck, wife and child, Miss B Ilci
neeke, Miss M Nelson, F F Porter, E
Alexander, Mm L P Tennoy and giaud
cbtld, V S Teunev, R C Duucun. .Mia W
R Qulnau, Mrs O Moseley, W J Wright,
Geo Camptou, Hon J B Alhcrton, O A
Chapiu mid wife, Mrs S J Rand, Mrs D P
51aulfle,Mra W G llanuiun,J.I Kgan,Mrs
Chas A Clark, Mrs J Corwiu, Mrs A
Reld Kenny, Joseph O llolllday, Geo
Lycurgus, W Whilcy, Mrs S Savidgc,
Wm aavidge, .1 Martin, Thco Richards
and 08 steerage.
The steamer Llkeliko is due to-morrow
morning from Maui.
The bark Eskdale will be moved out
in the stream to-morrow morning.
The bark Mlmi will likely sail for Pu
gct Sound about next Wednesday.
The bark Banca will be moved to the
Pacitlc Mail Company's wharf next
Monday where she will commence un
loading her railroad ties and other
ABKIVALB AT SAN I'llAKCISCO :
Sept 21 Ger bark G N Wilcox, bark
Forest Queen, from Honolulu; schooner
Lizzie Vance from Hllo.
Sept 23 Ger barkDeutchslnnd, Haw
brig Geo II Douglass, from Honolulu.
Sept 28 Steamer Alameda, bkthe S G
Wilder from Honolulu.
Oct 2d Schr Annie Williams from
Oct 4th Steamer Australia, brig W
G Irwin, from Honolulu.
DEI'ARTUIIUS FHOSI SAX FKANCISCO :
Bcpt 25 Brig Cousuelo t r Honolulu.
Oct -i-Ger bark G N ilcox. Haw
bark Geo H Douglass for houululu.
Sydnbt: Sept 20 Arrived, steamer
Liverpool: Sept 30 Sailod British
bark Deanfleld for Honolulu.
Spoken : Sept Lat 4 N Ion 20 W
bark Amy Turner from Boston to Hono
lulu. EVENTS THIS EVENING. "
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
H. at 7:30.
Polynesian Encampment No. 1,
I. O. of O. F., at 7:30.
Complimentary Band Concert, at
the Hotel, at 7:80.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles, at
Service St. Andrew's Cathedral,
Chiarini's Italian Circus on the
Esplanade, at 8 o'clock.
S. S. AUSTRALIA. .
The steamBhip Australia arrived
at 11:80 this .morning from San
Francisco. Left the latter port on
the 11th and experienced strong
southerly and S. W. winds, with
heavy head sea and long rolling
swell from the N. W. to the 13th.
The last forty-eight hours fine
weather and smooth sea. She
brought 77 cabin and C8 steerage
pnsBengera, 1,564 tons of freight,
341,000 in treasure and 4 horses.
Y. M. C. A.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. was held last even
ing. The treasurer showed a bal-
mice on nanu ui wiu.oi. jsuuuh
the month of August 829 persons
visited the reading room, 734 in
September and 738 up to October
17tu. About 1800 papers and peri
odicals were distributed to the hos
pitals, prison, etc. It was decided
that the sum of 6G70 fram tho wid
ening of Alnkea street be used as a
permanent fund, Mr. F. J. Lowrey
gave a very interesting account of
tho different associations he visited
CAMARINOS' Refrigerators arrived
per "Australia" tilled with choice
Grapes, Plums, Pears, Apples, Celery,
Cauliflower, Frozca Oysters, also 20
crates flue Whlto Heart Cabbage tall,
fornla Fruit Market & San Fruncisco
Fruit Depot. !8l :
JUST received Celebrated Foochow
Tca, direct from China; a spleu.
did assortment of tine Teas; The Ha
wajlon Mixture, in H H packages; The
Rose Brand Tea, in Jh packuge, de
lightfully fragrant-, Eictra bupcrflne
Black Tea, 10 lb bpxea In bulks Kirnt
Crop 188D-1890 Congou, in 10 lli boxes,
0 packages to a pouud ; to bo had oaly
01 poasdlvcB & Co., Honolulu. 3U2 tf
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LOCAL & QEHEHAL NEWS.
FitcsH frozan oystora cnu bo ob
tallied at Noltu'e.
Sugar at latest
cents for 90 lest.
advices was Ci
Goksai.ves fe Co. lnvvo Cruifikeen
Lawn in glass for sale.
Tr. Australia hrnujit $41,000 in
gold coin for IlMiup &. Co.
To all the passengers who arrived
on the Australia wo sny, Aloha.
T)in Mechanics niul Workingmcn's
Union is udvcitised to meet this
Two fino trotting stallions came
down on tho Australia for Hon. John
The Nbw Yorkshavc won tho base
ball league championship of the
The R. M. S. Mariposa from the
Colonics is coming into the harbor as
wo go to press.
GcNnitAi. J. F. B.Mnrahall,a former
resident of the islands, arrived on the
Australia, with his wife.
A number of tho wives of the
olllccrs of tho American waiships
arrived on the Australia.
The steamer W. G. Hull is off port
with the royal staniluul Hying, indi
cating that His Majesty is on board.
Dr. Powell who killed Ralph S.
Smith was sentenced October 2d to
ton years' imprisonment at San Quon
tin. Hon. J. B. Atherton nnd Mr. Robt.
Cowcs, the Australia's, stcwaid re
membered the Bulletin with late
Purser Edw. A. Kcil of tho Aus
tralia has the best thanks of the
Bulletin for files of late Sun Fran
The trial of R. "V. Wilcox for
treason will probably commence at
10 o'clock Monday morning, before a
The annual meeting of the W. C.
T. U. announced for to-morrow even
ing has been postponed to Saturday
evening the 20th.
The Hawaiian Band gives a com
plimentary conceit at the Hotel this
evening to Admiral Kimberly and
tho captains and officers of the men-of-war
In the Police Court this morning,
Leong Im was lined f 50 with one
hour's imprisonment for having
opium unlawfully in posseksion.
Other cn6es were continued.
The first game of baseball in the
Junior League series takes place to
monow afternoon on the Makiki
grounds commencing at 1:30 o'clock,
between the Punahous and Kame
Hon. John A. Cummins sent two
drayloads of banana trees, leaves and
fruit to the circus yesterday for tho
two elephants. Tlioy just had a
glorious feast, filling themselves until
they could cat no more.
This morning Hon. John L.
Stevens, U. S. Minister Resident, was
presented to Her Majesty tho Queen
in the blue room, Iolani Palace, by
II. M.'a Chamberlain, Col. G. W.
Macfarlane. II. II. Princo Kawami
nakoa nttonded on the Queen.
Harry G. Agnew is in luck. His
recent trotting purchase EminaToin
plo won the big .f 2,000 purse at Stock
ton, Cal., making the very fast time
of 2:21 in the 5th heat. She sold in
tho pools $8 against i?G0 and her
owner won several thousands. Mink
was second in another race. Ho won
two heats in 5 :22 and 2 :23.
Last ovoning tho circus company
being in excellent spirit from fre
quent upplauso, tho performance was
consequently good, though the bamo
programme was given as tho night
before. Towards tho end of the en
tertainment printed bills showing
new featuies and attractions were
handed around, and an entire change
of programme for this ovening was
formally announced by the ring
master. . m
Invitations are being issued to
day for a dance at tho Palace, on
Wednesday evening next, in honor
of their Royal Highnesses Princo
and Princess Henri de Bourdon. In
vitations aio also out for a luuu to bo
given by tho Austiian Consul and
Mrs. Glado, in honor of their Royal
Highnesses, at tho Wnikiki residence
of Hon. Chas. R. Bishop, torinorrow
afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Mr. and
Mrs. Glade have also issued invita
tions for a dancing party for next
Monday evening, Their Highnesses
are expected this afternoon, from the
Volcano, by the W. G. Hall,
SUICIDE AT SEA.
George M. Putnam, who had been
employed as bartender at the Cos
mopolitan, Merchants Exchange and
Buy Horse saloons in Honolulu,
hilled himself on the up passage of
the Australia with a carving leuife.
On the Monday after leaving Hono
lulu a change was noticed in his ap
pearance, his eyes were wild und his
face haggard, lie took a turn about
the deck and then plunged tho blade
of a largo carving knife into his
abdomen and through his body. He
was buried at sea on Wednesday.
The deceased was a native of Mas
sachusetts and 13 years of age. He
was on his way to visit relatives in
Calffornia. The deceased was a
brother-in-law of George Uoughtail
PHE DAILY BULLETIN-Tln
I most popular paper published,
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IArttT BCMffiTCENV ja03ffOfltoTinBr,'-I.v O0XBE'BLBl- im-
Trial or Ito I'oti for OotipplrHpj--..
iluloro Illn Honor the C'hlcr
Thursday, Oct. 17th.
The CoHrt resumed nt 1 :30 p. in.
The examination of Ho Fon was
continued as follow'i Wilcox was in
what they called the dining room. I
conversed with him said I wanti'd
to see him about some laud. He
said "all right, come to my office in
the morning." 1 saw some natives
and asked him the reason, he said
politics. 1 stayed half an hour. I
did not take part or hear politics
discussed. I saw a table in the
room with wine ou it. Some natives
were sitting down eating and drink
ing. Did not sec any one take an
oath. I weiit again the next night
between 8 and '.I, saw natives there
and three Chinamen. I went there
after them and stayed about ten
minutes. No oatli was administer
ed to me, no one asked mo to take
it. Markham, Poepoc, Kaiue, Ma
lulani were all 1 saw there. I went
into the dining room. Tho three
Chinese were there and Wilcox. He
told me we are talking about next
election. Ahlo said good night and
left. I staid with C. Monting and
Papu. A few minutes after I and
Monting went away. No oath was
administered. I told my editor the
next day what I had seen. I never
lent any money to Wilcox, he never
made any application to me for
money, never asked me to furnish
gin. Never lent money to anyone
connected with the iiot. Markham
borrowed SI. 25 July 29th to buy
cigars, it was nine o'clock in the
cvenine, at Princess Liliuokalani's
house. He nevir paid me back.
That is all the money the band of
patriots got out of me. The last
night Wilcox asked me if I could
help him with food as he was going
into the palace. Told him I could
not, I was too young and did not
want to have anything to do with
such business. He told me about
his new constitution and about the
attempt to put the Ministers out.
About five o'clock that evening
Markham came to my otllce
and asked me to go security
for a bottle of gin. Told him
no one would trust me. I left
that night about 9:30 and went
home. On July 30th went to my
office, nnd heard natives had taken
possession of the palace. I went
and looked for myself. Never went
into the palace yard, went back to
my office. Stayed about fifteen
minutes and went off around the
streets. I went into Quou Hip
Lung's store between 8 and 9. Did
not buy any provisions at any store.
I know Papu, saw him at 9 o'clock
outside of Hop Hitig's, did not speak
to him. I know D. Kaapa, did not
have any conversation with him.
Saw him pass, he said good morning.
Did not tell him I had sent piovi
sions to the palace, did not send
any. .1 did not say to Wilcox on the
evening of tho 29th, "You want a
good Government, ain't you?" I
saw some men held up their hands
on the 29th, did not understand
what it was for. I never agreed to
Cross3-examincd I was not sur
prised to see the natives in the pal
ace on the 30th. I thought they
were to get the new constitution and
oust tho Ministry, as Wilcox had
told me. I stood in a hack and
looked over tho wall. Did not see
cannon, saw some of the men carry
ing arms and wearing red shirts. I
saw 10 to 15 rifles at the meeting of
the 29th, saw rice bird guns also.
My opinion was they were going to
march to the palace. I saw the
members of the Kiunehamelia Rifle
Association during the day, nnd
thought they wore going to have
target practice. I understand a lit
tle native. I talked with Pocpoe,
Boyd and Markham ou the evening
of the 29th. I saw the guards at
Palama, they let me in without any
trouble. I saw lights and thought
there must be a meeting. I go to
hear and find out something for my
paper. I saw men carrying guns
and drilling. Did not know whether
it was right or wrong. I saw Mr.
Cuinmiugs the first evening, Testa,
Markham, Boyd, Poepoe, Kaiue and
Maluiaui were there. Did not talk
with Cummings. I heard Poepoe
speak a few words to a white man.
Had no trouble to got in on the 11th.
Don't know what Ahlo and Papu
were there for. I weat to find out
David Dayton, W. R. Castle and
Antone Rosa were placed on the
stand and testified that they knew
David Kaapa, and that his reputa
tion for truth and veracity was not
The defense rested at 3:05.
After a iccess of a few moments
Mr. Neumann commenced his ad
dress to tho jury. He asked them
to recall the testimony and they
would not find anything llku the de
fendant's assent or concerting to get
ting a new constitution and putting
out tho Minister.'. The defendant
went to the meetings iu the capacity
of a newspaper reporter. He touch
ed upon the character given David
Kuapa who had been un important
witness and said that with regard to
the evidence given by Royd and
Markhnm he would sooner believe
that given by Wilcox than the other
two. Taking all the facts together
he claimed an acquittal at the hands
of tho Jury.
Attorney-General Ashford com
menced his address to the jury nt3:
40, After referring to what would
have happened had the revolution of
July 30th been successful he reviewed
amiAVlmaljI'mAtJ' j4,iK. u. 'i':
the evidence at length. Ha thought
that if lh defendant had been a
law-abiding cltizon ha would have
told the government what was going
on at the meeting.
At 4:35 tho Chief Justice com
menced his charge to tho Jury. Ho
hoped they had remembered tho
evidence, sj that the essentials of
the case were known to them. It
was the first time that a Chinese
had interested himself in the politics
of this country, to be iu a political
element. The Chinese had not been
considered essential iu politics. The
defendant was not charged with
treason, but with being one of
several conspirators who combined
together to commit treason. His
Honor then read tho statute on con
spiracy, which he snid was in other
words an agreement to break the
law. The indictment charged the
defendant with Wilcox for conspir
ing to levy war ngain9t tho King's
Government. His Honor after lead
ing further from the statute, said
the ditllculty would be as to what
degree of testimony would be cor
rect. It was not necessary for the
defendant to have signed an agree
ment with Wilcox, and not necessary
for the Government to prove it. If
the jury found in the testimony that
the defendant was present at tho
meetings when treason was conl em
plated and planned, that he was
aware of the plans and paiticipatcd
and assented he was a co-conspirator.
Any act that he was nn
accessory to before the fact he
was a co-conspirator. liven
though he did not march to the
palace, and the jury should find
that lie wa3 present when arms were
being prepared with a view to using
them to carry out the intention of
proclaiming a new constitution by
force and ousting the Ministers, that
would be sufficient to convict him of
being a conspirator. A person going
in on July 30th could not be guilty
of conspiracy though guilty of trea
son. It was not necessary that every
plan of the leader should have been
disclosed to those around him, it
was enough for him to lead them up
to a certain point. The proofs in
this case must amount to a moral
certainty. This case affecting as it
does the country's well being and
future lequires the jury's careful
attention. Wilcox's evidence was
important as confidence was reposed
in defendant by Wilcox and vice
versa. If the jury find that rhe
defendant was aware of the plot,
beard the discussions, saw the pre
parations going on, he is guilt'.
The jury retired at 4:45 and re
turned at 5:11 with a unanimous
verdict of guilty.
At 5: 15 the Court ndjourned to
10 o'clock Friday morning.
Friday, Oct. 18th.
The King vs. Kaia. Extortion,
b' obtaining money from certain
parties while agent of the Board of
Health. Tried before a Hawaiian
jury. Deputy Attorney General
Peterson fot the Crown ; S. K. Kane
for defendant. Still on.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a complimentary band concort
at the Hawaiian Hotel this evening
at 7:80 o'clock, in honor of Admiral
Kimberly and the Captains and Of
ficers of the men-of-war in port.
Following is the programme:
March Imperial City Scbrammel
Ovei ture Silv.uia Weber
Duet The Brigands Mercadaute
Selection Marco Vlscoutl Petrella
Like no a Like, Moa ulu, Nua o Palal.
Fantasia A Night Alarm (.new) .Reeves
Patrol A Comical Tattoo (uev) ....
Waltz Morgoiiblatter Strauss
The Star Spangled Banner.
God Save the Queen.
" CruiskeeiK-Lawn "
Another invoice to hand per "Banca.'i
381 Iw GONSALVES&CO.
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Friday, Oct. 25, 789
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Company , ltirludinf? Reveral well-
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From the New Youk Times, June V!2, 1850.
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, From the Chicaoo
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trea. P O Do 03. Mut-ul 'M. VW.
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QUANTITIES TO tiUTT.
EHLEES & CO.
8. " AUSTRALIA "
under tho management of AU8H
COTTAGK at Fulawu
containing kitchen, hia.
hie, carriage house nnd other
conveniences. For further particular
apply to the undersigned.
Awarr.nl Store, MRiinnkrn street.
PITT &. SCOTT'S i
Go ii oral Shipping Agency
Chief Otftce lor HawniUn Iilan4i: .28
Mtrchen! StrMf, Honolulu.
Wttllufeu, Maul ,W. II. Daolel.
iMaliukoim, Haiwih ..W. .1. Drodlu ,
Mllo. Hnwnll.. Holme A. Wlllfon.'
Kcnlla, Kniml (. E. Fulrrlilht.
Kllanen, Ki.unl ICtDmu more.
Hnnitlei, Kauai J. C. Loop.
Wiiinea, Kanal '
C. 1), llefgtuid & Co.
Koloa, Kami , . . . C. dtrtdiv,
llooda purclmHt and thlpixst lo out)
from nny of alxFo portt, mul nil part
of thu world.
Goixln received from ahfvv.d, Utirvd
ai Outturn Mourn and forwatdctl to ilir.
llnaiinu p Maud dimmer '
EcfRtlei furnWIirl cu nrn!ieiUou In
J. E. BROWN & Co.,
J- tfl columuf,
' iocii uruviift-
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