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BLOODLESS NO MORE.
Fatal Encounter Bttween Na
tives and Government
Men at Waikiki,
Stn.it ir (Mies L. Cr.ir Is Mmtally
WoQDied and Dies In a
MARTIAL LAW PROCLAIMED.
l,iko a thunder clap in a oloar sky,
to tho Kunurnl inibllc, catno nu alarm
of ruvoltitiuti Sunday ovoning. It
wan a beautiful, still, moonlit night.
People woro strolling about at 8
o'clock, nml tlui cars woro bringing
homo aftoruoou caller from tho
Miburbs anil interior of tho town.
Services were being conducted in
several places of worship. Suddoniy
one telephone message after an
other was recoived in Central Union
church, and the men scurried out
one after another. Captain W. V.
Hall of the Commander-in-Chief's
stair, left his place in the choir.
Il was a decided surprio to tho
community, as well m to tho greater
portion of the Government's volun
teer supporters, liven oillcors of tho
regular forces, besides many mem
bers of the volunteer companies, as
well as of the citizens' guard, were
found in church, on the street care,
or stiolling about town, when tho
call to arms was given. Within a
very few minutes citizens armed
with rilles, some with fixed bayonets,
were hurrying to headquarters for
details of duty.
"Who goes thorot" with tho an
swer, "A friend," was hoard at the
iron gates in front of the Executive
building, every fow momonts.
Hacks, brakes and bicycles whirled
from every direction to tho rallying
A strong guard was placet! on the
Judiciary building, the former chief
Government building, before 8:110.
The challenging of recruits arriving
at the front entrance was continuous
for some time.
Kumors of the most variegated
color were Hying about town regard
ing tho cause of alarm. It was said
that there had boon a tight with
revolutionists, who were trying to
laud arms at Knkaako where the as
sembling of natives had been thwart
ed on Thursday night. Another re
port was that the scene of theemeuto
was at Waikiki. Even those who
were sent out on guard at points of
vantage did uot know tho reason
why. A G. A. It. man mot with his
gun ou Palace square answered a
Uulleti.n reportors query with: "I
really don't know what the trouble
is. All I know is that the whole
town is under arms." At tho police
station later it was found that the
rumor was edrroot which said the
row was at Waikiki. Captain Parker
with a squad of police had invaded
Henry F. Bortolniaun's residence, on
the Kapiolaui Park beach, near Dia
mond Head. Resistance had been
olio rod and shots exchanged.
Sometime later it was learned that
Charles L. Carter and two of Purkor'a
men were wounded. Tho informa
tion was accompanied with a request
for a doctor and a force of soldiers.
In tho meantime the measures for
protecting tho Government and tho
city proceeded apaco. Strong guards
were placed in tuo 1'oltco iatatiou,
also in the Masonic Temple, Hotel
and Alakea streets, the Mutual Tele
phone Co.'s central station, and at
tho most important approaches to
the center of the town.
Voluntoors woro supplied with
arms and ammunition at li O. Hall
& Sou's store.
Further reports were of the
capture of liertoliiiauti's houe and
Kovou prisoners. Captain Parker and
his men were engaging fugitives
from the hoiirto in the woods, the
sound of desultory firing biiig
heard. Then there was an aluence
of news from the front, and a search
party win sent to flud Parker and
his men. Their efforts wore in vain,
and until late in tho night grave
fears were felt for the pariy's safety.
In tho meantime half of Co. 1C,
regular., under Lieutenant G. W. It.
King went out to JJorteltnauii's.
liortolmann and his servant had
only two praor books in then
possession when brought to tho
LAST NIGHT'S BAT IL E.
How Clmrlob L. Carter Foil llravo
Conduct of I'olico.
Tho following account of the upon
ing skirmish of the insurrection is
gained by a Hulli:tin reporter from
Captain Parker. It only accounts
for one of the three wounds that the
Burgeons found on Carter:
At fi o'clock yesterday afternoon a
telephone message reached Senior
Captain Parker to hasten to the
Marshal's ollicc, as there was import
aut business for him to do. On
reaching the station Marshal Hitch
cock handed him a boaroh warrant
for Henry F. Uertoltnann's promises
at Waikiki. The captain took lieu
tenant Holi and five other oillcors
ami wont out. Deputy Marshal
Brown was already at tho gate of
tho promises. Brown requested
Parker not to go in thou, but wait
until ho returned, When Drown re
turned tho party started to go in.
Dertolmanu was standing on the
veranda. The place was pretty dark
at tho time. Suddenly Bortelinauu
rnisod a Winchester carbiuo ho hold
in his hand and firod two shots. One
bullet struck lieutenant Holi and ho
sank to tho ground crying out,
Tho officers retreated to Sans
Souci, when Captain I'arkor tele
phoned to Marshal Hitchcock ask
ing for more men.
Shortly afterward .las. B. Castlo,
Charles L. Carter, A. L. C. Atkinson
and a number of others arrived, and
tho party returned to Bertclmaun's
house. Tho house had been dark
ened in the front. When tho men
entered Bertelmann was found sit
ling iu the parlor. Staudiug against
tho wall near him wai tho Winches
ter carbine. Tho deputy marshal
stated to Bertelmann that ho held a
warrant to search his promises. Bor
tolniann requested tho deputy mar
shal to read tho warrant. While this
was being done a whistle was heard
outside aud Captain Parkor looking
out saw two natives with rifles run
uinif alnnu the beach near tho Bock-
loy promises on the Waikiki side.
Immediately after tho captain count
ed twenty natives running toward
the house fioin tho samo direc
tion. Parkor aud C.L. Carter ran
out through the dining room into
tho yard. When they woro about
twenty yards from tho two foremost
men, two shots rang out. One bul
let whizzed by Parker and tho other
Carter cak to the ground aud
cried out. "II 'bet. I'm shot." Be
fore tho men could work thoir runs
to reload, Parker va upon thorn aud
hold them, calling out at the (-nine
time to officer Luahtwa to come to
Tho twenty natives woro firing at
the door through which Parkor and
Carter catno out. Tho two prison
ers, one of whom was Jim Lane, woro
placed iu front of tho oillcors as a
shield, aud tho officers ran to tho
house. JNono oi tuo bullets tut the
The two prisoners and Bertelmann
wore placed on tho floor aud Lua
hiwa guarded thorn with two drawn
revolvers. He was ordered, should
the men make any attempt to get
away, to shoot thorn dead.
A native named Patau, who was
among tho natives outside, gave an
order to surround tho house. Deputy
Marshal Browu woutout aud brought
Carter into tho house and placed
him on a bed. The officers were
hemmed iu aud answered the shots
of tho natives at intervals. The
shooting was wild.
While Captain Parkor was stand
ing sideways near the door a bullet
whizzed pat aud lodged in the door,
passing him by buta fow inches.
After waiting sumo time Parkor and
two officers, who still remained with
him, made a rush for tho gate. They
were shot at repeatedly out fortun
ately they woro uot hit. They climbed
on a ridge on tho side of Diamond
Head Just as the men reached tho
too six shots wore fired at them.
For awhile tho shooting ceased
and Parker decided to come down
aud see how Holi was getting along,
although ho believed at first ho was
dead. He had not gone far when
another volly rattled around him,
so ho decided to go back. They
pressed through tho brush, renting
at intervals, and finally reached town
at 5 o'clock this morning completely
Captain Parker despatched ten
police officers to tho scone of action
and retired to rest with his men.
Fifteen officers will relievo thorn this
Tho entire regular force will guard
tho Station House to-night.
THE WAR CONTINUES
Rubols Hogain Positions Lieut. King
Tho day had not far advanced
whon news from tho front began to
It was reported that Liout. King
last night refused to occupy Bortol
mann's with his squad, ou tho
ground that ho had no orders to do
so. A. W. Carter, cousin and part
ner of tho lamouled lawyor, was
loft with a handful of policemen
aud citizens to hold tho immediate
At 5:30 Bortelmann's was vigor
ously assaulted by fiftoou natives,
and tho garrison was compelled to
Captain Coyne's command, which
it stems was guarding the po
sition on the outside, was hotly as
saulted by native riflomen from tho
bush. Lieut. King was reported to
woundod, aud tho command retreat
ed to Sans Souci, tho well-known
Idout. King All Right.
Col. Fishor was asked shortly be
fore 2 o'clock how badly Lieut. King
was hurt. Ho replied:
"Ho is not hurt at all. I was talk
ing with him through tho telephone
a low minutes ago."
Col. Fishor also, in reply to in
quiry about a rumor that Deputy
Attorney-General A. G. M. Kobort
son was wounded, said ho had uot
heard of such a casualty.
Artillery Brought Into Play
At a little past 10 o'clock Detec
tive Larson drovo out to the position
occupied by the Government troops,
a Bulletin representative accom
panying him. Arrived ou tho scone
it was found that soldiers woro ou
the alert aud scattered through the
woods lying at tho base of Diamond
Head aud about 1000 yards distant.
The musketry lire from tho troops
I had been discontinued aud a brooch
1 loading Austrian gun was run into
position for tho purpose of shelling
, the upper ridges and tho prominent
i topmost point of tho noted laud-
mark. Forms of men could bo dis
J tiuctly seen from this position and
1 tho occasional white puffs of smoke
I showed that tho revolutionists were
yet supplied with ammunition but
their shots failed of effect. At 10:45
H. J. Ilhoads, acting as gunner, fired
the first shot from the cannon; the
result was watched with much inter
est, but the aim was too high and
the shell burst over aud beyond the
Head. A second shot was more ac
curately aimed, tho shell bursting
closo to tho top, a result which won
tho cheers of the gunner's comrades.
A third shot was effective iu loca
tion, and after the explosion of tho
sholi, sevoral forms could bo seen
leaving tho lofty point and hasten
ing down tho steep ridges to sea
ward. By order of Captain Coyne,
the position of the gun was changed
and sevoral shots wore fired there
from, but with loss approved results.
At 11:15 a movement of many peo
ple could be seen along tho ridge,
us though deserting the almost im
pregnable position previously held.
Dr. Cooper, who was on tho field, re
ported that none oi ins men nau bo
far boon hurt, but several uativoB
had boon seen to fall, aud they woro
lying wouuded or dead in tho dreary
gulches that Hue tho lity side of
Tho Woundod Officers.
Lieutenant William Holi of the
first watch was shot iu tho side, and
officer Lokaua of tho samo watch
was sho.t iu the arm. Both men were
takeu to tho hospital.
First Prisoners of War.
Tho following insurgouts woro
captured last night: John P. Lane,
Dau Kealoha, Kiha, Kamiko, Pipi,
Hikiau, Peter Kala, S. P. Mio, H. F.
Bertelmann, Kalua, J. C. Lane, W.
C. Lam., Houolulu, Kaawa and Ka
holii. These men woro arrested on
the Bortelinauu promises. On tho
person of Kaholii were found eighty
rounds of ammunition and a pistol.
Senior Captain Parkor while arrest
ing J. C. Lauo was nearly shot.
Lane took a pistol out of liis hip
pocket and was about to pull the
trigger, whon tho weapon was knock
ed out of his hand. The pistol was
found to havr three chambers ompty.
A native servant man of GcoriniG'.
Hockley wai killed near Bortelmann's
by a stray bullet.
Martial Law Procluiinod.
Shortly after 7 o'clock this morn
ing Marshal Hitchcock read the fol
lowing proclamation at the princi
pal street corners, and it was also
posted up iu placards, printed iu
Fnglish aud Hawaiian, at conspicu
ous places about town:
ExKcimvi: Duildinq, I
Honolulu, January 7, 18UG.J
Tho right of tho writ of habeas
corpus is hereby suspended and mar
tial law is instituted aud established
throughout the inland of Oahu, to
coutiuuo until further notice, during
which time, however, the Courts will
continue iu session and conduct or
dinary business as usual, except as
Ranford D. Dole,
President of tho Republic.
By tho President:
J, A. Kino,
Minister of tho Interior.
Captain Parkor wont round at tho
same time aud, by tho authority tho
Marshal has iu that regard, closed
up tho saloons first aud thou tho
wholesale liquor stores.
Ex-Auditor Ross Arrostod.
Qeoriro Doss, late Auditor-Gun-
oral, was arrested on the Palolo road
this oftoruoon by Captain Hookauo
and turnkey Harry Evans. Mr. Boss
was walking leisurely down tho road.
Nothing was found ou his person,
and after being interviewed by tho
Attorney-General ho was given a
pass and set at liberty.
ANOTHER HOSTILE CAMP.
Tho Rebels Successfully Dofond
Strong Position in Palolo.
Thoro is a strong force of natives
on tho Palolo ridge, overlooking the
valley of that name, next to Mauoa
valley from Houolulu.
It was reported early iu tho fore
noon that tho ridge was fairly
swarming with natives. They occupy
a stroui! natural position and have
two pieces of ordnance. These woro
said to bo gatlings, but Mnrshal
Hitchcock beliovos they are rilled
T. D. Murray, president of tho
Americau League, T. P. Severin,
secretary of the same body, aud a
force numbering all told 27 volun
teers Murray ui command were
detailed to attack tho position.
As tho Government forces ad
vanced to engage the euetuy, they
were met by a galling fire aud com
pelled to retire under cover.
Severin came into town to report
and obtain instructions. He return
ed to tho position in a rapidly
The natives are reported to have
abuudanco of ammunition, aud to be
well supplied with provisions.
Two hoatlcAds of poi from one of
the other islands wore successfully
discharged uear Diamond Head yes
terday. Death of Charles L. Carter.
practice of law. Ho was one of tho
commissioners sent to Washington
in 1893 and took a prominent part
in that diplomatic mission. Mr.
Cartor took a prominent part in tho
Constitutional Convention which
framed tho Constitution of tho Ko
public. At tho recent election tho
first under the Republic of Hawaii,
Mr. Carter was elected as a Ropre
seutativo for tho fourth, one of the
Houolulu districts. Mr. Cartor
leaves a widow aud two children.
Ho was a momber of Central Union
Church. His funeral takes place to
day at i p. m from his late resi
dence on Nutianu avenue. Ho will
bo buried iu the family lot at tho
Xuuatiu Cemetery. Mr. Carter's
father was for many years Hawaiian
Minister at Washiugton. U. A. P.
Cartor was also a member of ouo of
Knlakaua's Cabinets. Ho was head
of tho firm of C. Brewer k Co. and
loft a very largo estate.
LARGE NUMBER OV ARRESTS.
Thoy Include Eovoral Prominent
RoBidnnta MOro Hon Wanted.
Tho following pewous have been
arrested for connection with tho in
surrection: Edmund Norrie,
F. J. Testa,
A. P. Peterson,
11. F. Poor,
Harry von Werlhorn,
F. H. Redward,
J. F. Bowler,
J as. K. Kaulia,
ti..:i i; ......
the two last being servants of II. F.
Bertelmann. Policemen are looking
forT. B. Walker, H.C. Ulukou, Fred.
Harrison, J. K. Prondorgast and F.
There was a groat domain! for
passports at the Marshal's office this
afternoon. Temporary ones wore
issued, from U:30 to-night till 7:15 a.
Marshal Hitchcock said no pass
port would bo required until U p. in.
The streets would bo cleared by
J:iU). Nevertheless, numbers of peo
ple have been refused passage at
different points to-day.
i;.n,,r.,..n.PI.,l,.,. .....I nil.....
IA-VJW UI III I WII7UIJWI II lllll UIUIFIO.
when told they could move abroad
until 'J o'clock, retired without tak
ing any out.
At 2 o'clock the Government
forces still occupied Sans Souci.
A gentleman returned from Sans
Souci iu a brake at 3 o'clock. Ho
saw tho Government troops lying
around iu the grass, but none of tho
enemy were in sight. Firing had
ceased ou both sides.
It is reported this afternoon that
a message was recoived from the
rebels, in which they Btato that thoy
are all serene, having piouty oi am
munition and provisions.
Native Annuxatloniat Arrested.
George Markham called on the
Marshal this aftoruoou and, after
being closeted with him for a while,
Markham was placed under arrest
pending investigation, Markham
was wounded while aiding It. W.
Wilcox iu tho insurrection of 1881).
He, however, took a prominent part
iu supporting the cause of annexa
tion after the revolution of 18M.
Advised Sua Attack
Senior Captain Parkor has advised
the sending out of the tug Eleu with
a detachment of artillery to bombard
the rebels' position from tho rear.
Captain Parkor is confident that tho
scheme, if carried out, will break up
tho enemy. It is understood that
) tho expedition will be undertaken.
President Dole cam to tho Ex
ecutive building this morning at
tended by an armed body guard.
His head was bowed and ho hold his
bauds behind his back.
Tho tramcars on King street stop
pod running at 3 o'clock.
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tors Hroilio, Miuor and St. O. Wal
tora. Tlioir ablest efforts woro un
availing to iavo hi life. Ho diotl
aftor Biiiroriiifr niui'li pain about 11 vo
o'clock this inornitiK. Hi" woumls
woro three, but two of thoin woro
llesh wounds. Ono shot ontored tho
loft breast and passing through tho
fleshy part cainu out about three
indium from the nlaco of entrance.
Another passed through tho right
breast, enusing a similar wound to
the first, excepting that tho ball
grazed tho uuder part of the arm iu
coming out. The third and fatal
shot ontored the body at tho auxil
iary lino uear the fifth rib, and pass
ing in and down caused death. It
was impossible to probe for the ball.
There will bo no inquest or post
Charles Lunt Carter was born in
Honolulu ou Nov. 0, 1801, and is
therefore .10 years of ago. Ho was
tho oldest son of Henry A. V. and
Svbil Augusta Cartor. Ho received
his preliminary education from the
Rohools of the lato Mrs. Lowell
Smith and Mr. Atkinson, tho present
luspoctor-Gonoral of Schools. Then
ho made a IJuropoan lour with his
father, and look a course iu the law
school of tho University of Michi
gan, Aim Arbor, graduating with
honors in 1887. llo immediately ro
turuod to Honolulu aud bogau tho
During last night and thin morn
ing squads of armed policomen,
specials aud sharpshooters wero de
spatched to relieve each othor. The
police wero under Deputy Marshal
Brown and .Senior Captain Kobert
I'arkor. A large number of men
volunteered at the Marshal's ollice
this morning. As tho Attorney
General and the authorities wero
busy, however, grantiug permits aud
dfociiHsiug other matters oil tho situ
ation they wero told to report at 1
One of the native police officers
who went to the seat ot war reports
that there wore fifty natives among
the rebels. Owing to tho distance,
however, none could bo recognized.
Some of the guns captured from
the residence of J. E. Uush wero be
ing used by the specials to-day.
It is reported that Sam Nowlein
and .1. W. Iiipikauo are among the
rebels. Nowlein left his house at 7
o'clock yesterday evening.
The natives kept up a continuous
firing all last uight, aud there were
several narrow escapes.
The Attorney General refusod to
give members of the press permits.
Many places of business were uot
opened at all, while others were
closed shortly after opening.
It was announced that no steamers
should leave for the other islands to
day, but later it was given out that
Wilder's steamer Hawaii would de
part for Hamakua aud Hilo ports.
Telephonic communication was
entirely cut off betweeii private sub
scribers. Crowds of men flocked to tho
Marshal's office this morning for
permits to carry arms, aud offered
Co. D. is guarding tho Gxooutivo
Great sorrow is expressed for the
unfortunate death of C, L. Cartor.
Several horses were staudiug at
headouarters this aftoruoou.
The flag ou tho main tower of the
Executive building os at half-mast,
out of respect for thu late Mr. Car
tor. Sentinels are posted on tho main
tower with glasses as well as guns.
Ordnance is mounted at thu prin
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