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Vol. ILL. ?o. J 37
m "dailh EOiJM'i-wiiiijfs
Cvwy Afternoon Exoapl Sundays
t tin- Ollice, Queen street, Honolulu,
DANIEL LOGAN Editor A Ma rum or
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Public. Ko. 42 Alcroliant sticct, llono
$ K W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Ol. Importers Ai OommiMlou Mer
vli.inis. Foithlieet, Honolulu. l-'.ll
nHACKFELD & CO ,
. Geiieial Ooinmlsslou Agentb.
Corner Foit anil Queen tieeis, Hono
lulu, 11. 1. i-,J1
W Macfarlane & Co.,
T. Ininoiters and Coiuiiiiiou
.' " ONSAL.VES Ss CO.,
VT Wholesale Grocers and Wine
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer in General
Merchandise. Queen stieet, Honolulu,
fl.l. . l-'Jl
ILDER Ss CO.,
Oils, Nails, Salt and Uuildhij; Materials
of every kind. Comer Foit and Queen
L EWERS & COOKE,
Importers and Dealers in Lum
ber and all kinds of Building Materials.
Fort street, Honolulu. l-'Jl
HONOLULU" IRON WORKS,
Honolulu, I I H. 1.
riteam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers; Iron, Brass and Lead Castings;
Machinery of every description made to
order. Particular attention paid to
Chip's Blaeksniithing. Job Uoik ex
ecuted at shoi t notice. 1 -ill
J0'. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer & General Business
3Xa!mli"ii:i. Koliuln. Ilnwnil.
WjlNNER & CO.,
92 Fort Stnet Honolulu
H. W. SCHMIDT A SONS,
Agents for tlio llasvnilan Islaiids.
Klntf Mti'fi!. IIouiiIiiIii.
Excellent aeeomuiodailon for patients.
DIt. A. It. KOWAT, V. S.
Ollleo Hours 7 :.10 to 10 a.m.; 12:80
to '2 p. in.; 1:30 to I! p. in.
Tklki'iioni:s: Hell DO. Mutual 1KH.
1'. O. Box 2fi.
New Gottagb io Rsnl !
J? INK Cottng.' with Parlor. Dlulug
: room Hull, Laign Bcdiuoms,
Hath. Panliy. Kitchen and all modem
luiiiovenieuls. lletelania strect-cais
pass the door. Keni ijtlo.
K- Forfuilhur lufoi million apply to
, .1, McCAJtTHY,
:t.pi Meiclnnil stieet.
. CHAS. T. CULICK,
Notary Public for the Ibldud of Oaiiu,
Agent to Tnlio Afkuow lodgments to La
ixir ('ontiai'ts .
Agent to Giant Mairlage Lleeiibus, Ho
Agent for the lluwnll.111 IklitiuUof Pill A'
Scott' I'lt'ighi A PuiteU Kjipii'M.
AgiiuU lor I lie jltiiliiiglou Route.
Roal Estato Brokor &
HullTulo. au."VHfiHiaV Slutuul Twin. )HU.
P O. Hu lift.
IliiUi Uuhu. JI, I.
SI MR. 'MHM,'
Will Icavu Honolulu al 2 o'clouk r. M.
toiiohinij: at L.ihaina, MaaU'Mi Uuy
and Makona tlio saino day; .Mahu
konn, ICawaihaound Liitiml)inlioolhu
following day, ai riving at llilo nt
Fiiday, . . . .
Tui-Mliiy,. . . .
Kiid.iy, . . .
Tuofcdny,. . . .
JluUirniiiK loaves llilo, loui'lunK at
Laiipalioohou b.iuio day; Kawailnu
A. m.; iMahukonii 10 a. m.; Makonn
I f. m.; Slaalaua Hay ( i: M.; halm
in. i 8 P. i. the following day; aniv
ing at, Honolulu 0 A. M. WednoMlayh
AUUIVl'S AT HONOLULU.
No Freyjlit will be received
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock i'. m., touching at Kaliu
lui, Huelo, lluna, Haiuoa and Kipa
Inilu, Alaui, and P.iauliau, Hawaii,
Returning will anive at Honolulu
every Sunday morning.
gfi& No Freight will be received
after 4 P. M. on day of tailing.
Consignees must be at the landings
to receive then freight, an we will not
hold ourselves responsible after aiit'li
freight has been landed. While the
Company will use due diligence in
handling live stock, wo decline to as
sume any responsibility in ease of the
losb of hjnie,and will not be responsible
for money or jewelry unless placed in
the eaie of I'uiseis.
V. C. WILDER, Pitsident.
S. B. IIOSK, Stcietary.
CAl'T. J. A. KING, Port Slipt.
Paciflc Mail sieemllj Go.
Occidental & GrlauLai S, S, Co,
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Steanteis of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
above por s on or about the lolliwiug
Stmr. '-Gaelic" July 2. 1892
For San Francisco.
.Steamer of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way fiom
Hongkong and Yokohama to the above
pott on or about the following date-:
"Chlru" Juno 21, 1892
"Gaelic" Aug 17, 18U2
iSf Round Tilp rickets to Yokohama
and return, :!50.
ICafr For freight and passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
207 tf Agents.
Cottages to Rent !
,m VI It. LINCOLN ha
G'J3Mi i'l completed Tluei
Iffic&iSE Desirable ( 'olt.igi-s j
corner ot Mniiu and .Mal.lM stieets.
These ottages have been lliiirhed with
all model (i iiiiiuoveiiients and being
situated near the Mal.lM Valley Imo
tihiinil uee of liesh and eool air. The
giounds eoiitaiu beautiful shade tiees
and raie plains. They aiu only two
minutes' walk fiom the traiue.tis, ami
p.tilleo deciioiis ol reeiiring one of the
vuiy pleas.inti'st bIhi.i loin of the city
are ipqurbtcd to inspeet the above pio-uii-er.
ted' For fiutlier paiticulaiw apply to
111 Im .1. A. MAGOON.
1HAVK I on i Mm' Rubltlfiiie felted, '
sllliated on l iilvol stieet, lor s:ilc.
The Lots have a tioulage of 01 feel mi
Pbkol stieel and i re iiU fen deep, are
nicely laid out In Hint and shade lives
and aie all cow-icd with grata; walei
laid on ihioiigiiotu. Thu sanation of
there Lot- and Iho limited miiubtu make
It iHTu.suiy thai liileiidlug iuii'liiin'i'
khoilld niiiM1 eailj apiillealiou to tlio
iiiiileitigueil, ftiuii wlioin ull pellicular
tiall be hud. .lAh. 1'. ilOHUAN.
Grapes For Sale !
tlUl'l 1 1 toll IliJIII lite lm, i
J pitUIIU lot , uie fill uh al
Ooeaiiic SteaaitiL) Go.
Australian Mdl Seivho'!
The New anil Fine Al Siuel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu Horn Sydney
and Auckland on or about
June 2, I 892,
And will leave for the above port with
mailfc and passengers on or
about that date.
For Sydney and Auckland !
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from hau
Francisco on or about
June 2, 1892,
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and pa-'iengers tor
the above pons.
StS" The undersigned are now pic
naivd to isMie Through Tickets from
thK city to all points in the United
gQr Foi fu titer patticulars regarding
1 reight or Pa-sage, apply to
Wm O. IRWIN & CO.. I'd,
1-01 General Agents.
flnii; ulsiiiip Co.'
ft out b. F.
for S. F.
July 12 July 19
Aug '.) Aug 10
Sept (i SiptlH
Out 4 Oct 11
Nov 1 Nov 8
Anive fiom San
Sail for San Fran
cKeo. Mariposa. . ,
Monow.ii. . .
Alameda . .
Matipo-a. . ,
Monovvai. . .
.June 2 Monowai
..I tine SO Alameda
. Oct 20 .
. Nov 17.
, . .MaripoMi
. . . Monowai
. . .Alameda
. . .Monowai
VrBA! GA1? FACT!
Practical Confeetionei', Pastry Cook &
71 Hotel St.
'L' I I Ji'
81 KING STltKKT,
J. WALLER. - - M.tncujei.
VIjolesale Retail Butchers
Fn& liwat l.unoh in 7on,
Tim mid Ooffuu at Hours
The Kincft Brands of
Alwuj'i ou llniul.
i, iv'. fi'lt 8-'. trtM'ifll.
IMoliii'u Fnwnow murium
oi'iliu-I'i'om Intuit HiyUsH ol
U IIHMllulllga. tlUUlVUUOII
l i II li.llilUU tl UIWiilllllM'
I liUitf IJruM., Jltti!l Htl'Uttl-
ft !8Sa f
r.. Tiiinsi)Ay. nvuninu
TIiE treason gases
Preliminary Bearing Before
Wednesday, June 1.
MOUSING SESSION CONCLUDED.
IIeuman Kaouli, sworn Am a
clerk al Egnn & G unn's ; know Wilcox
null Ashforil, anil otli.jr defendants;
w as present at meetings where defend
ants were ; was at one at Hipikuno's ;
Afford, Wilcox, Hpikane, Max
well, Lot Lane and a' lot of others,
see them there Geo. Murkham, Pa
tau, Manuel Ross, lvaimimoku ; saw
Geo. Nawaakoa there, it was 18th of
April this year; went inside house,
invited in by lhpikane; Trent by
back, liipikane was guarding it;
when 1 went in Mr. Ashfoid asked
me whether 1 knew object of that
meeting and 1 said no; Mr. Wilcox
said object of that meeting was to seek
equal riiihts ; that was all was told
me ; I only heard new Constitution
talked of outside the house by mem
bers ; Ashford or Wilcox said nothing
to me about new Constitution, but
how we should seek equal rights was
to provide ourselves with arms;
nothing was said about use to which
arms were to be put.
Mr. llartwell lemarks, in a discus
sion on a question ol what witness
said, that the defendants are entitled
to the best inteipreter that can be
obtained. An educated man profi
cient in both languages is required,
as it is a serious and delicate matter.
We should have the salaried and
highly elllciunt interpreter of this
Court here. I have nothing against
this man, whom 1 believe to be an
honest and uptight man, but he has
not the experience.
The Couit does not think the inter
preter is doing so badly. The em
ploy incut of the olllcial inteipreter in
the Legislature may be a sullieient
reason for his absence. This man
was recommended by Mr. Luther
Wilcox. The examination had better
go on until recess, when perhaps
some other interpieter can be se
emed. Mr. llartwell again refers to the
impoitance of the matter. The ease
was being tried before the public.
Mr. Cheighton was as desirous as
counsel for the defense of having
correct interpretation, but, not only
was Mr. Wilcox employed by the
Legislatuie, but the substitute, Mr.
Testa, was employed there also. He
did not agree with counsel that the
public was trying this case. Any
body who formed an opinion on it
could not sit on the jury to try any
of the defendants.
The Court would not admit the
doctrine that the examination was
public except as allowed by its own
The examination proceeded, under
a protest from Mr. llartwell.
Witness Nothing was said about
management of the Government; I
attended another meeting at Hipi
knne's ou the 2f)lh of April (gives
names of peisous present about as
belure) ; Nawaakoa was present;
meeting was conducted same as other,
Ashfoul presiding; some of members
had pistols showing them around;
was told by Manuel Itonslogeta pistol
for my own line; (names several who
had pistols); am not suie if the.)
were loaded; heard Geoige Nawaa
koa was a member of executive coun
cil, and Alex. Smith and Geo. Maik
ham; took oath at second meeting;
oath said death was the penalty lot
traitors; nothing was said about guns
at t hi-, meeting.
Cross-examined by Mr. llartwell
Cannot remember all the words in
Ciiai. Wakui.k, sworn Am a sol
dier, have been such eight years;
know Wilcox, Abhford ami those oili
er gentlemen ; know Kaohiwaena ; was
at a meeting where some ol ueieuu
auts were ; was told 1 was wanted, to
be at the comer of Palace Walk and
Punchbowl street Sunday, May 8;
not told for what, but to meet Kaohi
waena there; (names some accom
puuying him besides other soldier
not named); when we got there met
Ktlwin Hoyd ; Kaohiwaena left us and
went into Printers lane, he came out
and took us into Kaana's house;
Wilcox uiul Lot Lane were there;
Wilcox asked us in ; uo light was in
ruoiu when we entered, but a lamp
was broimhl in; (names several pres
ent) ; altei Ihat Geo. Nawaakoa ami
Palau cume in; Wilcox spoke to me
ubout the liglils of thu iialioii, said
we ujiild not get lliem b Ihu Lcgis.
lalure but only ith guns; Wilcox
Nittil llawaiiaiis oiiylil lo lie butler
piipaietl limit white men ami Hie
jjluiU object in tin wato chiingo tlio
Uuwiiimuitt intti mi ilulupiuultiiil riK
public ; ho Knew I " a noldlur In
eutikc ho ukkud mo and I told him ;
wUo luld ilk Akhfonl wilt one of thu
uadoM ; did nut wiy wliuro wo wtm
Ol , tfll unhu MMI,i wbttl I hW, Willi
III . I .. ,...w I 111! Ltllll It I I itlttL'Ll f I llklll
i MMuiMltiMMi 4fuld iullllslaUMl Ul gi
JIXI3 y, L892.
i.'ttus ntid cartridge ; seven of us
weie sworn in thai night, by putting
out hands up; only thing ! mucin
her was thai lois meeting be kept se
cret, and aiijbiitly giving it away was
lo be kdied ; afiei being sworn in he
akcd ih lor ur names and wiotu
them down on a piece of paper; 1
allended no other meeting; Robert
Palau wa the only member 1 know
had a pistol ; it was iuside of his
coat; before wt went home we were
told if oilier meetings were held Kao
hiwaena would be sent for us; don I
recollect anything being said after
ward,. Cross-examined by Mr. llartwell
Was not told equal rights should be
got ilrst in the Legislature.
The Court informed Mr. llartwell
lie was misleading the witness by
telling him he said what he did not
say in his direct evidence.
Mr. llartwell claimed he had the
right to ask witness if he had said a
certain thing. His . understanding
was that witness had said he was
told they should Ilrst. seek their tights
in the Legislature.
The olllcial reporter read the testi
mony in question, which was Ihat
Wilcox told him they could not get
their rights in the Legislature.
Mr. llartwell had understood wit
ness had said "if" they could not
get their rights in the Legislature,
etc. lie had no desire to be mis
leading in hU questions. He 'would
ask the reporter to read his last ques
tion when interrupted.
The Court, on the question being
renewed, refused to entertain it, as
it told the witness he had said some
thing ho never said.
Mr. llartwell said in effect it was
no use in cross-examining if he was
not allowed fieedom.
The question being at length al
lowed, witness repcitcil bis formei
evidence, which was that Wilcox told
him they could not get their rights
iu the Legislature, but only with
Witness Wilcox wanted Ilawai
ians lo be better prepared than the
white men, because if not when they
succeeded the whites would get the
leading positions; he told me within
hearing of Kaahu ; meeting closed
between 8 and !), and I icportcd that
night to Capt. Nowlcin and Marshal
Wilson ; I was sumuiouul to meet
them at the Palace; 1 was sworn
after Wilcox was told I was a soldier ;
it was before I w as sworn he told me
about equal rights.
Recess from 12 to 1 :I10.
Court resumed session at 1 :30
o'clock: W. L. Wilcox, interpreter.
Warren, same witness The exact
words which Mr. Wilcox uttered was,
that the equal rights of Ilawaiians
could not be attained in the Legisla-
ture, and the only way to get them
was by foice of arms; Wilcox said
also that the main idea was to estab
lish a republic for Hawaii ; have not
met with people who talked about
such except at these meetings.
Samuel Kaahu, sworn Am one
of the Queen's guards; have been in
ihat capacity nine years; not conse
cutively ; know Wilcox, Ashford, and
others by their faces ; was present at
meetings when borne of these de
fendants were there; was at meeting
on night of May 8th at a house near
where Mr. Rush lives; was invited
Iry u member of the liui (league),
Kaohiwaena, once a soldier linn-elf :
was accompankd by Chas. Wart en
and Kapcla; Warren is a half caste;
he was the last witness; Wilcox ex
plained to us at the meeting that we
were asked to join the luii ; and Ihat
he wished all Ilawaiians to be lukiihi
(united) and then they would suc
ceed ; the rights of the people could
not be obtained in the Legislature,
but only with implements of war; it
was his desire to have a large num
ber iu the luii in order lo have the
iliini! advance; wanted to change
litis government into an independent
republic ; told Wilcox that our cap
tain had not heai d of this movt menl;
then we were sworn holding up our
hands ; don't remember the oath ; first
pait was "swear you will become
members of thishui;" said we were
not to reveal anything about the
organization, and if anyone should,
the punishment would bo death;
know of live men 1 know ami two
others were sworn, Kaahu, Warren,
Kupela, Kaluiliopu, Kaailuene, my
self, and Wainee, Kalai, from Ko
hala, and another from Kikilmle ;
ilcox then wrote down the names
of the seven new members ; tl was a
seciet uieeling; Wilcox loltl us that
hr ditl not want anything said of the
meeting, ami if anyone ditl the
penalty would be death; Wilcox told
us ihat V. V. Ashford wab connected
with the luii ; it was said at the meut
ing thai the gieat dillieiilty was with
regai tl to Uiu supply of arm-; the
foreigners were well stocked, but the
natives wore not: considerable sain
aboul anus but lo not lemumber all ;
tlo not leinuutber .my Hung aid a lo
Hie souice fiom which aiuu would bo
procured ; niuiiliuii was made that
theru would be a committee iu cwiy
diktnulfoi the purpo.e of ntriif.Miig
Uiu oilier whun the lime arrived ; llm
woik was what the luii hud oouUui
phtluili Knolihwiuna wju lo nutily
Ilium If another muwling a to b
UmsL Mk p1)
liWIIMI MIIW Ml' HWHI1MUM'WI1IIW"WWWP"W"'"" "'pww' it w "Trl
lliT. fi I.....;., ft flA.,i,,nm,
Will. U. 11 Will Ifc ijUlU)tlllJ,
Ot Mill KOK saw:
jL-.:?nae Ac 13ouuki.-uIj,
I'AHAPFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING, I
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
BUCK & OULANDX'U
High Grado CKcmical Cane Kauuio.
GRASS SEEDS :
Fairbank Cannula Oo.'s Cornet
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN UAKRELS.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lincashiro rire In3. Co.
Thames & Mersey Marino !ns. Co ,
Assets, $6, 1 24,057.
Kcw York Life Insurance Co.,
Assels, S 125,947,290.8 I.
CO. BERG ER,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
. il Mlli It CO.,
Win. G. Irwin. .
W. M. Giffard...
.President A: Manager
Secietary A, Treasurei
SUUAK FACTO liS
AGENTS OF THK
Ot Hun FrniiclNi'i.,
Lite, Fire (a. Marino
h'fiw Kngland Mutoal Lite Ids. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Uo. of Hartford,
OK SAN PltAKOIHUO,
.C. BREWER & CO..
LIST OK OKKIOEUS!
J. O. Caiiei Piuftldeiil (V Manager
U, 11. Kobeilsoii 'liea-uie
E. F. Itlkhup Si'omurj
W. F. Alien Audltoi
Hon, O. It. Hlkhop. h. C. Allen,
II. W Mteihoiike.
For iMoiiiriiiib, I'imiiic.,
I'iihIoIh, AiU.lyio, I'liolo
KraviiroH, ICiolilngh and
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0 OPMTP PFf? MflMTM
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Pming lite proctsof deepening the
chimin 1 al the eiilianee to Honolulu
hatbor the Dtedger will be m opera
tion night and day. Al night there
will be a danei -igual placed on the
forward deuiek .. Dndger about U0
feet above sea level, which can bo teen
by all vessels a- (.touching the harbor.
The signal con-i-ts Red Red
of llnec led lights .
and a white light
as ill tlio diagram,
the let! lights being
about !l feel upait
m the center.
All steamers ciOssing thu bar will
stop at ti.-afe distance from the Dred
ger and give one blast of their whistlo
which will be answered by", a single
blast from the Dredger, to bu fol
low eil by thiee blasts from the Dretlg
ei when thefpassage is clear and they
can proceed. .
The Tug will be on hiiiid when not
otliei wise engaged toi.-sisl sailing craft
in passing the D'lCtlgor when neces
sary. C N. SIMiNCER,
Minister ol the Interior.
In .-rior Ollice, March 9, ISD2.
Foreign Ofllue Notice.
IIonoli'lu, May III, 1SU2.
Official notice has been received.,
from His Excellency John L. Stevens,
Envoy Exlraoidin.try and Minister
Plenipotentiary of the United States,
MR. W. POIU ElUJOYJV
United States Consular, Clerk, lias
been assigned for duty at tlio Ollico
of the United States Con.-til.ite-Gon-eial
al Honolulu, and that he is recog
nized by this Dt (mi tnient as such
Consular Cleik. 4115 Ur-211 It
Honolulu, H.I., Dec. 2, lS'JL
lloltlers of water (iiivileges, or those
paying water lateo, aie hereby noti
fied that the bonis for using watorfor
litigation purposes ato fiom 0 to 8
o'clock A. ji., tint! 4 to 0 o'clock i. ji.
until further uolit e.
JOHN C A'llITE,
ssujit. llon'olulu Water Works.
O. N. Sl'E.NCKlt,
Minister of thu Intotior.
S. M. KAAUKAl, Esq, has this
day been appointed a member of the
Road lioaid for tlio Taxation District
of Honolulu, Ouhii, for the unexpired
term made vacant by lite death of Mr.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior,
luteiior Ollice, May 31, 1S!)2.
A. McWA YNE, .M. I)., has this day
been appointed Metlieal Superinten
dent of tlio Insane Asyluni, vice l)r,
Rieltaiil Oliver, rosigueil.
V. N. Sl'ENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior 0licu, .hiiio 1, 1&D2.
4I1( lit .
1). 11. NAII1NU, Esj., has this
day beon a))piiinted a Notary Public
for the Thud Judicial Circuit of the
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of iho Interiui.
Interior Ollice, June 1, lbl)2.
EUSTACE & CO.,-
WOOD & COAL.
White & Black Sand
Which wo will sell at thu very lowest
uiiuket latcs fui cash,
Hell Tele. 414. XxM0Kif" Mutual Tele, 19.
NOT I Oh ol IH.-iStM-UTIOX.
rpillC (ittllliuiBliip Iteielofiiie iUtillg
1 btiwit'tt J. A. Pitlinei and , v.
RieltioiUoii iimlei lite linn tut mo of
"Putuifi A RuIiukUoii" I hoieby ilU
.olvitl by mutual eou.cut. All uut
uiullug luUcbit-'ilUMw dim to itl Uiin
vlll U ovIliM'ied uy J A. Puliuur, s Uo
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