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FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1892.
"Stun- Hawaii from Hamakua
Stiiir V G Mall from Maul and Hawaii
Stmr .1 A Cummins fiom Koolau
iSulir Ka Mol fiom Faaullo
"tUinr Wulaleale fiom Hamakua
Stmr Akamai from ICwa
Schr Millo Morris for Knolriti
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Rtmr .Tas Makeo for Kauai at 2 p m
Sehr Ka Mol for Koliolalelo
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr C R Bishop 2C4C b.igs sugar, 1458
bags paddy, 40 bags aw a and 23 pkgs
Stmr W G Hall 370G bags sugar, 33
bags coffee, 30 packages butter, 29
head cattle and 130 packages suu
"From Hawaii, per stmr W G Hall, June
10 W Hamilton, H French, Rev V H
Kltcat, Mis I'olteu and wife, Dr Monsur
rat, Mrs Kauhaue, MrsRoj'. K Podcyn,
Mile Loyeux, T U Foisjth, F Gerard, Jr,
Miss Lizzie Cockett, Mrs Kamaka, Mrs
Cliu Hoy, Norniau Logan and 75 deck.
The steamer W G Hall has dlscharge'd
hor sugar into the baik Andiew Welch.
WILLIS - COYKENDALL On Juuo
8th, by Pastor Isenbcrg, Charles
Howard Willis ro Ular.i Coykendall,
at Kcalla, Kauai.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
The services of the cathedral con
gregation for June 12, Trinity Sun
day, will be as follows: Holy Com
munion G:30 a. tn. ; morning prayer,
.ordination, holy communion, at 11
ji. in. ; Hawaiian evensong 3 :30 p.
m. ; evensong and sermon 7:30 p.
in. All are invited.
The Bishop of Honolulu will hold
an ordination in St. Andrew's Cathe
dral on Sunday next, being Trinity
.Sunday. The Rev. V. II. Kitcat will
be admitted to the order of Priest
hood. The ordination sermon will
be preached by the Rev. T. Usbome.
The sei vices of the Second Congre
gation of St. Andiew's Cathedral
Sunday, (Trinity Sunday) will be as
follows: 9:45 a. ni., morning prayer
with sermon; To Deuui, Bariet,
in Hat; Bcnedictus, double
chant; hymns 1G0 and 1G5; anthem,
"If ye love Me, keep My command
ments," by Whitfield; 0:30 p. m.
evensong with sermon; hymns 1G3
and 11 ; Rev. Alexander Mackintosh,
pastor. All ate cordially invited.
Evangelistic services will be con
ducted by the Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7 :30
CENTllAL UNION CHURCH.
Preaching by the pastor at II a.
in. At the evening set vice, the Rev.
S. E. Bishop will preach the annual
sermon on Home Missions. All arc
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
Evangelistic services in the Y. M.
C. A. hall, G:30 to 7:15 p. in.
High Mass, 10 a. ra. ; Rosary,
Sermon, Benediction, 3 p. in.
C. J. McCarthy has lots
bticet for Bale,
Apjeii shaving uho Cucumber Skin
loulc. Benson, Smith & Co., AguuU,
SliNmutN icliuvcd at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
The Bruncwiok billuuil parlors are
Hit) most elegant pleasure lesurt in
"Wiiwtn shall I beu you this even
ing?" "Oh, same old place, the
Dihh-wamhnu machines, just think I
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. say you
have only to tulopliouu for ouu.
Somk purticulai of a notable real
estutu sale by J, F. Morgan on Satur
day, Juno 18th, will appear in a later
DivMciotih coui'c and chocolate will
be mi wd every muining oaily at the
Palace lee Cieam Pallors, Liulwigsoii,
,t Uion, JInlel Miei't. 1-tf
Dressmakinq, Cutting and Fitting
done u lailicn' hutibCe. IV if cot tit
guuiiiiitwl. M1SB WOLF, 73 Bern
lama ulrcul, oi Mutual lelyphomi li'JII,
bufoiu 8 a, ni. or 5:30 p. in, 8-3iu
local and ceneral news.
To-morrow, bointr a nubile holiday.
there will bo no issue of the Bulletin.
An importod carriage horfo will bo
sold by L. J. Lovoy at 12 noon Mou
A NUMnisrt of tomists returned by
tho W. G. Hall from tho Volcano this
Diamond Head, 3 p. iri. Woathor
clear, "wind fresh north-east; schooner
Mokuola off port.
There will bo no baseball game to
morrow. Players and tho public gen
erally will attend tho races.
Mr. S. G Khiir, head clerk of tho
Kcalla, Kauai, store, is in town, com
bining busincsB with pleasure.
Mn. Win. Eassio, chief ongineor of
tho Kcalia, Kauai, sugar mil, arrived
tty the steamer Makeo yesterday.
A tomato weighing two and a half
pounds and grown at Ahuimanu is
on exhibition In tho Hawaiian News
The annual le.i party of the Wo
man's Board of Missions took place
in Central Union Church and whb
iargely attended yesterday afternoon.
Not a single i-entenco was passed in
the Police Court this morning. Four
charges against different parties were
discharged, and two cases remanded
to future dates.
The Tramways Company will run
a quarter hour service of cars between
Palama and Waikiki to-morrow, also
extra cars in addition between Chi
nese Theater and Waikiki.
A surrLEMENT goes with this isme
containing Mr. Creighton's closing ad
dress in the treason examination, for
which there has not been room since
delivery in the body of tho paper.
The band will give a concert at Ma
keo Island this evening. Tho moon
being near the zenith a largo crowd
wiii no doubt be in attendance, and
"strolling on the sands" bo indulged
in by many.
Mn. C. H. Willis was united in mar
riage to Miss Clara Coykendall just
beforo tho steamer Makee left Kapaa
Wednesday evbiiing. The ceremony
was performed at the residence of Mr.
John Toms, of Kapaa.
The greater part of Handicraft for
May is occupied with the "Legends
of Kamehameha," a clever adapta
tion of Hiawatha, giving a sketch of
Kamehameha Schools, by Miss I. M.
Hight, one of the teachers.
The Makee sugar null haB resumed
grinding the remainder of this year's
crop by the old process, owing to moro
machinery being needed to take off
the extensive crop. More machinery
will be put in before the next crop is
Tnn entries to tho bicycle race to
morrow are T. P. Cummins, R. A.
Dexter, H. Giles, G. H. Paris and D,
ICoii. Great interest "is centered in
this event, and no little n'monnt of
money will change hands. Cum
mins, Dexter and Giles will use the
Victor pneumatic tiro safeties.
A note from Judge Bickerton to
Chief Justice Judo! announces that a
jury was obtained in tho Lanai mur
der cases at Wailnku shortly before 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon. 'Ihere
is considerable feeling, especially on
the part of the women, against the
kahuna who is principal among tho
accused. She is hissed on the street.
The Hannlei mill shut down Mon
day, Juno Gth, in two ways this
year's crop is off and the plantation
has cent-id operations. This is the
first to go under through the effects
of the McKinley bill. The cane that
is now growing will in a)l probability
be taken off next season, but no more
is being planted. This year's crop
amounted to 1200 tons.
Mr. Ciiano Kim, foreman of China
Engine Co., piesided at the meeting
of the Board of Representatives of
tho Honolulu Fire Department last
night, in the abseuco of Chief Engi
neer Audi, kept at homo by the ill
ness of his wife, tho Assistants being
also absent at opening. The princi
pal business tram-acted was the adop
tion of rules defining the duties of
two watchmen at the central station.
Twelve or fourteen members wore
GENEROUS ACT OF THE QUEEH.
Through ihe kindness of Her
Majesty the Queen, at the Coffee
Rooms of tho W. C. T. U. in Queen
Emma Hall were entertained to-day,
at lunch, about 00 of the ministers
and delegates, who are now in at
tendance on the session of the Ha
waiian Evangelical Association. The
tables were all set by tlies troke of
12, and the same amount of provi
sions ordinarily furnished arranged
for each guest.
The menu, consisting of first-class
coffee, sandwiches, ewect rolls, ba
nanas and ice water, was highly ap
preciated, and the utmost cordiality
prevailed. Theso W. C. T. U. coffee
rooms are most delightfully cool, the
tables neat and attractive with (lowers.
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
under tho leadership of Piofessor II.
Berger will givo a coucert at Makee
Island this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The following is the program:
March La Italian o ke AM. .....Berger
O vulture- Light Cavalry Stmpu
Finale Cai men Iluet
Selection Nubucci Verdi
Ekolu Mele Hawaii.
Medley Reverie Beyer
G and Match Kainehumeha ...,It rycr
V allz Danube Waves Ivauovlcl
Two Mai dies, Berber,
"1 Aloha Oe
Tho host spring medicine is n loso
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. Tlmy
not only physio hut cleanse the whole
nyatoin uuil purify tho blood. For
buIo by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Decision of Judge Dole to the
Th Glcnrod Six to bo
rested for Conspiracy.
This morning at 10 o'clock Judge
Dole rendered his final decision in
the treason examination. He com
mitted Wilcox and live otherj, and
discharged Ashford and live others.
The following is the full text of the
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Isl
ands. Before Dole, J., at Cham
bers. Examination for com
mittal. Regina vs. V. V. Ashford, R. W.
Wilcox, Keliikuewa, J. W. Bipikane,
Lot Lane, Kaimimoku, R. Palau, G.
Maxwell, Manuel Ross, Jr., J.
Brown, G. Markuam, Kaohiwaena.
In my last decision in these pro
ceedings, fllcd June G, I ruled that
all the defendants who were shown
by more than one witness to have
been parties to either of the meetings
of April 18 or May 8 were liable un
der the charge as the case then
stood. I have since then given con
siderable thought to this conclusion,
as regards the meeting of April IS.
At that meeting the inculpatory evi
dence was in substance as follows:
Nawaakoa Object as slated by
Wilcox equal riglits, how to get
them leave to by-and-by or as the
majority of the council decides, but
it is most certain to have to use
bayonets. Some were advised to buy
guns by Wilcox. The committee
will in some way try to obtain them
for those who' cannot buy them.
At the present time we can't get
equal riglits, as the Bolabola is at the
head and he is a fool. Took in and
swore new members.
Herman Kaouli Heard about new
constitution from talk among mem
bers' meeting. Ashford and Wilcox
didn't say anything about new con
stitution, but that the way to succeed
is to provide ourselves with guns.
Tho way to get equal rights is to pro
vide ourselves with arms. Didn't
know the use to which the arms were
to bo put.
Benito Guerrero We were told
that we would fight for equal rights.
Wilcox said of course we can't get
any of theso equal rights without
fighting for them. There was some
talk about a new constitution ; the
only way we can obtain it is to fight.
The charge now relied on is a plot
ting or attempt to dethrone or des
troy the Queen. Certain of the de
fendants who were present at this
meeting were not present at the
meeting of May 8, in which the ex
pression was definitely directed to
ward a revolution by force in favor
of a republican form of government.
Now, although there may be evidence
upou which a jury might convict
those who were at the meeting of
April 18, but were not at the meet
ing of the 8th of May, of a con
spiracy to levy war against the
Queen's government, it is very
doubtful to me if a jury on the evi
dence would convict them of a plot
ting or attempt to dethrone or des
troy the Queen; for, under the pecu
liar features of our civil institutions,
it does not appear to be an impossi
ble or even an unlikely thing that
war should be levied against the gov
ernment, with an entire absence of
any conspiracy to dethrone or to
destroy the king. This was in part
what took place in 1887 ; and the in
surrection of 1889 was an attempt in
the same direction ; though in both
of theso movements the continuance
of the king in his official position was
doubtless understood to be depend
ent upon his recognition of the ob
jects of the revolutionists.
A conviction of these men of the
charge against them would only be
supported upon the Inference that
tho league at that date, April 18,
was engaged in a plot to dethrone or
destroy the Queen, but theic is no
direct evidence of the existence of
such a plot before the meeting of
May 8, unless we take the discussii n
of the meeting of Apiil 21, in regaid
to the time of making the attack on
the Palace, to be such evidence, but
of this meeting there is hut one wit
ness. It cannot bo confidently con
cluded but may be duly inferred
from the evidence, that on the 18th
of April the conspiracy had contem
plated the overturn of the govern
ment In favor of a republic. It does
not seem to me that a jury ought to
convict of a serious charge upon such
It might also be argued that levy
ing war again3t the government in
volved a plot against the Sovereign,
hut I think that I have shown above
that this is not necessarily so. I
therefore desire to modify my former
decision in its reference to those of
the defendants who were parties to
the meeting of April 18, but were
not parties to the meeting of May 8.
I feel that there is not probable
cause to believe that a jury would
convict these men of tho offense of
treason by a plotting or attempt to
dethrone or destroy the Queen upon
the evidence adduced,
In regard tp the case as to the rest
of tho defendants as it Is affected by
the evidence inliodiiccd on their be
half, I do not find thut this evidence
has materially changed tho aspect of
the case. All of tho witnesses for
'tho dcfcuBU am admitted, lumbers of
tho league in question and. although
three of them had been discharged
from these proceedings beforo they
testified, and another had not been
arrested at nil, yet these (our were
liable to arrest if they had eliminat
ed themselves by their testimony.
The rest of tho witnesses for the de
fense were still prisoners under this
chargo when they testified. The fact
thcrcforo that they all with one ac
cord denied having used, or partici
pated in, or been cognizant of, the
acts of plotting testified to by the
witnesses for the pioseculion, is not
suilloient in my mind to affect the
evidence against the remaining de
fendants, those present at tho meet
ing of May 8, to the extent of justi
fyinc their discharge on tho ground
of want of probable cause lor oc
licving that a jury would convict
upon the evidence submitted. Mr.
Maikham's testimony, that one
of the objects of the league was to
oppose a revolution which they un
derstood was contemplated by the
Queen, not only stands alone but is
positively denied by four of the other
witnesses for tho defense. The pris
oners Wilcox and Ashford, who ap
pear by the evidence to be leaders of
the movement, showed great unwill
ingness to submit to general cross
examination within narrow lines.
This refusal on their part to submit
to a general cross examination weak
ened considerably in my mind the
effect of their denials.
The evidence against the persons
who were piesent nt the meeting of
May 8, is considerable and circum
stantial. Two witnesses testify to
the explanations by Wilcox of the
purpose of the league, which was to
change the government into a repub
lic by force of arms. Upon this basis,
apparently, new membeis weic sworn
in and the'old members renewed their
oath of fidelity to the league. These
witnesses, Wairen ami Kaapu, are
not impeached in any way. They
are not shown to have testified under
piessure of any inducement. The
evidence of the prosecution in rela
tion to the various meetings held l3'
the league, strongly characterizes
them as secret gatherings for some
unlawful purpose. Until the meeting
of May 8, this purpose develops no
more definite character than geneially
to levy war against the government,
for forcing some modifications of its
fundamental law, but at the latter
meeting the conspitacy advances to
the more positive stage of a plot to
substitute a republic for tho mon
archy, not by legal means but by
force of arms.
I do not feel that those of the pris
oners who were present at this meet
ing are entitled to their discharge
upon the evidence before me. It is a
case for a jury, there being probable
cause to believe that a jury would
couvict upon tho evidence adduced
in this examination.
Under tho foregoing ruling the fol
lowing prisoners are discharged :
J. W. Bipikane,
Manuel Ross, Jr.,
V. V. Ashford,
Geo. Maxwell, and
and the rest, whose'names are:
It. W. Wilcox,
arc committed for trial in the Su
preme Court on the cliaigc of trea
son by a plotting or attempt to de
throne or destroy the Queen.
Sankord B. Dole.
Attorney-General Whiting, Deputy
Attorney-General Creighton, and A.
Rosa for Crown ; IlaiUell and Castle
for defendants ; J. M. Davidson for
R. W. Wilcox.
Mr. Creighton stated that he was
authorized by the Attoiney-Gencral
to say that proceedings for conspir
acy would be instituted immediately
against the defendants who were dis
charged. Mr. Ilartwell observed, with re
ference to a remark in the decision,
that the evidence of Wilcox and Ash
ford was confined to the'litnits noted
solely by his advice.
The Court Of course I did not
suppose that it was without advice of
Mr. Ilartwell They earnestly de
sired to go fully into the matter. He
bespoke an early trial for the de
Mr. Creighton would try so far as
he was concerned to have an early
Mr. Ilartwell desired that the
manuscript used by Nawaakoa be
Mr. Creighton could not conceive
the purpose of counsel's address this
morning. The memoranda weie uot
part of lio case, they were not filed
iu the case, they were no pait of the
record, and he claimed he hud a
right to remove them.
Tho Court I consider it is very
important that those notes should be
Mr. Ilartwell would like to make a
copy of the memoranda. In till fuit
uess he claimed he had a right to
make a copy.
Mr. Creighton would emphatically
protest if an order wero made to al
low counsel to copy the papers.
The defendants released by the de
cision were called up and formally
discharged. Mr. Ashfoid shook
hands with Mr. Wilcox and left the
chamber. Mr. Bipikane immediately
repaired downstairs to the legislalivp
chamber and wua swoiu in as Repre
sentative of the Second District of
iVWAIIAN Council No. utt'J, Aiim-
i li-tui l.cylon of Honor, incuU
1'IIIS KVENINU. at 7::iu (.'clock, at
Harmony Hall, King tdietjt
K ' llrnimin."
The 1'acii'io IIarhware Co., Ld,
have Just received from England an
invoice of tho well-known Dotilton
Ware, comprising Breakfast nnd Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Salt-'
com, Jugs, etc., Cb3.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolincum Avcnaiius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
When in nerd of SOAP
that you will be better
suited every way by go
iug to a stoic that keeps
assort muni of tho article re-
believe it may in
you to know that
store is that place,
week wo call your
to a now soan in this mar-
As tho niamiiactuiirs have not
in business for centuries they
aio willing to
ney than old
and you ro
for less mo
Jae. S. Kiik & Co.
aro btriving to
make as good an article
is the other
Boat) niaUers and r.
S h a u d o n B ellh tlpSmSa
These cuts do
pici-ont tho bio of
tho c.ikcs, but tho
diflctence is in
The store that cells tho
best hodu will sell tin) nuc-t.
soap. You aio a judge of
Corner Fort S; Ivinir t- trout h.
Notice to the Public !
The Hawaiian Soap Works
Is still ill existence at the old stand,
Leleo, and has boon so since tho year
1855. rampieparud to put up Soap at
tho following prices:
$4.00 pw Case of 100 lbs.;
per 100 lbs. in Bulk.
50 Cents each allowed for empty con
tainers rcttti net! in good order.
8 Weight for weight no nvnl con
cern can supply as good an ai llcle for
the same prices.
in tho Hawaiian
THOMAS W. RAWLINS,
STEAM CANDY FACTOR!
I'astry Cook A
71 Hotel St.
81 KINO STREET,
6. J. WALLER. - Manager.
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
N A V Y ''OONTR AOTO K8.
The Heal Lunoh in Town,
Tea and Coffee at Hours
Tho Finest Brands of
A-lwuyH on Hand.
J. MHrec Proprietor.
'X'O L.10'L' !
COTTAOK on Kiniiia fctrect, lately oc
cupied by Mr. McCarthy. Kent b'SO
per month and watoi rate,
CO'l'l'AOK on King street, Row aio,
lately occupied by Mr. Claiuiico
Ciuhbo. Hem 8 2 j per tnoiiih and
water rate. AV.i liu
MEETING of StncMinldi'i of Ilia
lime Ml, Ib'J.', at I0;iio
n'ojnyu A, u,,
at thu olllcy of Uatlu it
(qUEEN OATH 1
Ciprs, Jf, Toliacci
You Gen Telephone For One !
ii! ,-ov Jjft.Ha
' r At '
pulation and an ornament to the
kitchen. It nasties and dries more crockery, glassware and knives aud
folks in five minutes than your cook cnnld attend to in an hour. They arc
in use m
Honolulu aud are giving
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckela' Bank, Honolulu
r" . if j x uu ."c,
-! -J-lSfc,?lir A (-)? "Vi. "T1K.
jMi.vr5r x- w .
A LAKGE INVOICE OF THESE
JUriT RECEIVED BY
HOLUSTER & CO.. DRUGGISTS.
MM t-'ovt Mtrert.
104 Fort sstroet, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TRIMMINGS 1
THE LATEST CHIFFON
Special Reduction in School Hats
asr FOR I WEEK ONLY -i
CH1LDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 1859 BY C. 15. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
taitaivCaiel Milking, Upholstering & Wirtt
BuhIih'ss In Honolulu aio rstill extant, and the hinhicsa, Its originator and
present piopilclor heio to stay, llavluy; purchased thu entire inteiest of
the late linn of II. II. William A; Co., coinpiieln;; the latest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; pi luclp illy selected hy II. II. Williams dmliis; his latulhiee
months visit to the Coaot, I now offer this mock and fntiiie additions for
CASH ai priccn much lc-s than lieietofoio chaiged.
Sf-The iitideinlued iu icmnliix it's old place and business would lespect
fully tender hit. patch. 1 thanks for lie ilhoi.il patronage- of old friends of this
and ueighborlug IMandn, and hopes to un ill a continuance of their favoin ulillu
soliciting a sliure from new filcuds; uun a;aiu offers his services In
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
l!y Experienced aud Careful Men with Btiitahlu Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished und Laid by Competent Men
&- PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Ooimum- ITort, Jiz Hotol pt rtn.
1ST KKIHIOTIOA ! i HT KK1WCTION ! 9t
WE WILL SELL MONDAY, JUNE 6TH,
Ladies' Muslin Combination CIiciiiIkCh
Willi Lacci., $3 -0 for $2 U5
I .mlli'H' Muellu t'ouihluatlou Chemises
with KiiiIm ol li.n.Sl SO for $ I 00
Ladlus' Aliisllu ChuuilMife, 7oc. for 6Uc,
Our attention is drawn from the
Hendry Breaker to the
DISH WASHING MACHINES !
Which wo received on the "l)i
mond." This machine is constructed with
a view to cutting down the sales of
the mockery dealers and keep sets
of dishes intact. It is easy of mani
satisfaction. Our supply is limited.
IS -it W
.erBLiSW,. V Z
: : t Honolulu. II. I.
LATEST STYLES IN
3k Toques !
NEW RIBBONS 1
Ladles' Muslin tkirts with Laos, S3 SO
for i GO
Ladten' Mii-lln rikirts with Embroidery,
52 SO for M 75
l.uti'Sl Hllu Mlk and .Sateen llloiucd
miiihMl & QQu .
&--f . ..AiAw.rf
4 jU r
4 X J i! if -.& '