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EIGHT MSN ON MAL,
Three Plead Guilty and Five
are Ente'ea kl Not
Connsel for Prisoners Eoiti Objection
Long l)tiforo 10 o'clock this morn
intf Merchant ami Kichnnls streets
woro lined with oooplo onor to havo
n glimpse ot tlio prisoners on thuir
wny to tho Court martini. It was
not until nflur 10 o'clock that tho
military titular Liutonant King wont
to tho I'olico Station to escort tho
rohols to tho tixoeutivo building. At
10:20 o'clock Kobort W. Wilcox, H.
K. lJertolinann, Sam Nowleiu, V. U.
Lane, J. Lauo, V. If. U Groif,', Carl
Wtdotnann ami Louis Marshall en
tered tho Court room whom tho
Military Commission had convened
to trj thorn. Tho room was
wo 11 Idled
U. S. Minister Willis, Hritish Com-
inissionerllawes, Portuguese Charge I
d'AlTalres Canavarro and U. S. Con- i
sul-Uunoral Hllis Mills were present,
as well as Ministers King, Damon
W. A. Kitiney, Judge Advocate,
read tho minutes of tho first day's
session. After a slight correction
by Judge Whiting tho minutes wore
ordered to stand approved.
Mr. Kinney stated for tho benefit
of tho Commission that prisoners
had secured counsel and requested
that tho same be recorded.
Paul Neumann noted his appear
ance for K. W. Wilcox, W. 11. C.
Ureig, Carl Widumauti, Louis Mar
shall and, with Atitoue Kosa, for
James Lauo aud W. C. Luuo. Mr.
Neumann then entered a formal ob
jection to tho jurisdiction of tho
.Military Commission. Ho further
requested that his objection be
placed on record.
Antono Kosa atlded that ho had
boon requested by Mrs. Nowleiu to
appear lor S. Nowleiu, but had not
had an opportunity to see him, al
though ho had often requested tho
authorities for such.
Mr. Kinnoy then asked No'vloin
whether ho had a desire that Kosa
appear for him.
Nowloin No, sir.
Neumann stated that tho prison
ers for whom ho appeared had no
objection to tho personnel of the
A A. Wilder was then sworn as
Tho Judge Advocate then swore
the members of tho Commission,
and was in turn sworn himself by
Tho Judge Advocate thou read
tho charge and specifications pre
ferred by John II. Sopor, Command
ing tho National Guard of Hawaii.
Tho charge is treason by procuring,
abetting aud engaging in open re
bellion agaiust tho Kopublio of Ha
waii. The specifications aro that K
W. Wilcox and tho seven other pri
soners have at divers times during
the past six mouths made prepara
tions for ongagiug in opun rebellion
and during one month last past
engaged in open war for tho over
throw of the Kopublio of Hawaii.
Tho Judge Advocate asked It. W
Wilcox whothor ho pleaded guilty
to either specifications or charge.
Wilcox pleaded guilty to both
specifications aud charge.
Sam Nowleiu pleaded guilty to
both specifications aud charge.
11. 1'. liortolinaun pleaded tMiilty
to both specifications and charge.
Carl Widomanii declined to plead
to oithor specifications or elrtrgo as
road by tho Jude Advocate by ad
vice of his counwil. A olea of not
guilty was entered
. H. C. Groig entered
undor advice of counsel.
not guilty entered.
W. C. and JaiiU's Lane refused to
plead, itH also did Louis Marsha'!.
Paul Neumann and Antono Kosa
ontored a written objection to the
jurisdiction of tho Commission to
tho Judge Advocate, who read the
same, on tho ground that no law in
tho Hawaiian Islands is in vogue
authorizing a Military Commission,
also that the courts of the Hawaiian
Inlands are ready to do ordinary
Mr. Neumann argued in favor o'
his objection. Ho stated that the
crime lor which tho priconors were
on trial was commit ted, if committed
at all, not agaiust any members ot
the Military Commission, hut against
the Keoublio of Hawaii. Tho Ko
publio lias a Constitution and tho
prisoners aro entitled to a trial by
iiio auiiioriuos minor tlio Constitu
tion. The prisoners aro accused of
a statutory crime and should bo tried
by a regular court. According to
tho proclamation tho courts of tho
laud aro still alive and ready to do
Mr. Kinnoy held that martial law
is a law of necessity, and the oxer
ciso of that discretion lies with the
Executive. Tho Judge Advocate
refused to argue tho question wheth
er tho proclamation of martial law
was discreet or otherwise, as all who
havo been aware of the events sinco
tho night of tho 0th well kuow
whether it was or not.
The Commission, with the excep
tion of the Judge Advocate, retired
for consultation. On returning
Judge Whiting declared that tho
tribunal had jurisdiction to try
the priosners and overruled tho ob
jection. Tho anuouncomont was mot with
stamping of foot, which was imme
Mr. Kinney thou asked tho opin
ion of tho Commission as to tho dis
position of tho prisoners, whether
to deal with thoso who havo already
pleaded guilty or to go on with tho
trial of thoso who havo pleaded not
Mr. Neumann preferred that tho
trial of thoso who havo pleaded not
guilty go on.
Judge Whiting stated that it was
tho opinion of the Commission that
the prisoners b tried together.
Judge Whiting wished to an
nounce that during tho trial no evi
dence of approbation or disappro
bat ion would bo tolerated. If there
was any evidence or such the room
would bo cleared and tho trial go on
without any spectators being pre
sent. Ho hoped tho warning would
Tho Court adjourned at ll:M)to
1 :!K) o'clock.
The court nmtinl convened at 1:30
Deputy Marshal Hrown was tho
first witness. Sworn, states: Am
deputy marsh tl; was sent by Mar
shal Ifttehcoik with wan ant to
search Bertelmanu's house; Captain
Parker and live native ollicers ac
companied; saw a number of natives
near Kertolt.iauu's place; wituess
then returned '"avinjV Capt.tin Par
ker nar the place; on returning
later met oll'u'ora roturuiug from tho
liortelmaun premises; they said that
ono oilier haJ boon 'ho1; .1. B Cas
tle, C. 1j. Carter, Alf. Carter ami
Jack Atkinson woro with witness;
tho company returned to tho prom
ies and woro challenged by a native;
they answered and walked down the
oath and found liortolinaun sittiiiL'
on the vorntid with a woman; wit-
noss nsliod Itorlithnnnii ivhotlior ln
wnnlo I search warrant rend: he said
yH and went into dining room, when
iiri,lt, was hoard outside; witness
aed what tho moaning of iho fir
ing was; lU'rtolinann said he did not
know; presently Captain Parker en
tered with two prisoners, W. C. aud
James Lane with rifles aud belts of
cartridges; when witness saw C. L.
Carter, ho had wouud in his breast
ami was groaning; when Carter was
taken by witness and J. 13. Castlo
into tho house heavy firing continu
ed from tho outside, several shots
comiuir from tho town side aud
others from the Diamond Head side;
hearing shouting and a rush of na
tives witness witli Captain Parker
and ollicers retreated to tho room
where the four prisoners, the Lane
boys, Hortolmnnu and a native, were;
witness went to Nolto's aud tele
phoned for assistance; returning
witness found the military under
Lieut. Kiuir in possession of tho
A diagram of tho liortolinaun pre
mises was exliilnti-d.
To Counsel Kosa IJody of Carter
was found on tho Waikiki side of
tho entrance; have since examined
the premises; was in tho dining
room when tho two Lanes were
brought in; fusillading first occurred
while the warrant was being read in
the dining room; it was resumed in
a few minutes; the first firing was
from tho direction of the boat shed;
Jack Atkinson did not outer Hie
Uortelmaiiu premises, having been
left on tho way to take a message;
the firing of the first fusillade was
confined to tho boat shed, tho sec
ond came from the boaoh mid in tho
vicinity of the boat shed; the firing
lasted about four or five minutes
when witness left.
Senior Captain Parker, sworu,
states: Arrested W. C. aud James
Lauu makai of the lierteluiauu house
(points out place on tho diagram);
they had two gnus ami .lames had a
pistol; there had been one shot fired
from each gnu; there were seven
shots left iu each rille; arrested tho
two Lanes not more than a minute
after the second firing; the first fir
ing was in front of Jiortolnianu's
house, when lloli was hit; Deputy
Marshal Brown had returned to re
port to the Marshal; duriiiu the
second firing Cartor was wounded
aud died later.
Cross-examination: Witness ex
amined the rilles when tho Lanes
wore captured and found one empty
shell iu each gun; guns were maga
zine rifles; Carter was about 30 or -10
feet from witness when ho was shot;
the volley which struck Carter waH
filed by a party in tho boatshed;
there were three persons, including
tho two Lanes iu the boathoiixo;
there were two ll'ishes iu front of
these two men, and witness caught
mom annul uiteeu seconds later;
know that these meii firod tho volley
because they wore tho only persons
there; the two first shots fired struck
Cartor; between laud UK) shots woro
filed; saw only a long-haired man on
the fust visit; after the Lanes were
captured aud takou into tho house
witness lu-ard natives outside crying
out to surround the house.
This aftoruooo tho Judge Advo
cate introduced evidence to show
that neither of the Lanes fired tho
shot that killed C. L.Carter.
The Court-martial adjourned -I
o'clock this afternoon till It) o'clock
to-morrow morning. Beginning with
to-moirow night sessions will be
Tom Poole Shot 0. L Cartor.
Two witnesses were introduced
this afternoon who testified that
Thomas Ponlo told them that ho
had shot a white man at the on
trance to the boat shed.
The place where Chas. Carter was
found was where Poolosaid the man
fell when he shot tho white man.
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tho system to a healthy condition.
If freel used as soon as tho cold has
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become settled in tho system, it
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SURRENDER OF LOT LANE.
Tho Reputed Doeporado Gives
self Up Liko a Lamb.
The last of tho Lanes who look
up arms against tho Government
came in quietly last night. Like
that of all tho other reputedly
doughty warriors, his surrondor
smashed all surmise to pieces. As
was said of Wilcox anil Nowlein,
that they would die before falling
iuto tho hands of the Government,
so tho talk rati about Lot Lauo, only
more of it. Ho was supposod to
havo a small but desperate band
with him, who would mako a fight
like that of Koolau, tho lone leper
Lot Lauo came in meek as a mouse
ami surprised tlio authorities. Ho
tamo with borrowed clothes on him,
completely crushed in spirit, and
told all about his connection with
tho uprising and tho dowufalliug.
Aftor dark ho knocked timidly at
tlio door of Giovanni Long in Manoa
valley, and being admitted asked for
food. Mrs. Long is his niece and ho
was treated woll, but was told that
tho housu could not harbor a rebel.
Lauo only wantod to rest a brief
space and thou ho would surrondor
himself to tho authorities. Ho was
given clothes to replace his garments
torn to rags iu tlio thorny thickets,
and he was given tho luxury of a
Hauola, fostor grandfather of
Lnnir, harnessed a horse to a wagon
and, in company with A. A. Montauo,
tho collector of taxes, and Long,
drove Lane to the police station,
where he was closeted for an hour
with the Attorney General and the
Marshal. Although looking weary
ho wore a slight gleam of satisfaction
iu his face, as if glad inwardly that
tho whole foolish business was over.
Lane had been iu the mountains
until last .Monday, iiio previous
Tuesday there had been a stampede
of the rebels, and it became a case of
everyone for himself and devil take
the hindmost. Lane disclaimed the
honor of having been a leadur. He
said Nowleiu starte.' tho movement
and induced Wilcox logo into it and
rally tho natives. They hardly know
for what they were fighting. Lane
early threw his gun away because it
impeded him in climbing the hills
Coney, a young half-casto reporter
of tho Advertiser, made a tenstriko
scoop in connection with Lane's sur
render. Ho was spending the even
ing at Mr. Moutano's and, while he
was playing the zither on the
vorauda, word came that Lauo was
with Long. Coney went straight
for tho rebel and got a good inter
iov for his paper witli him.
.Mr. .Montano had instructed .Mr.
Long that if Lot Lino came to his
house he was to notify Montauo,
who is a special otlicer, immediately.
When Long came to him with the
information that Lane was there
Montauo had gone to bed to take
needed rest after hard service. Hau
ola was well awaro of the danger of
harboring a rebel, ami did all he
could to expedite Lane's delivery up
to the Marshal. Mrs. Patrick Lauo
was at the Long homestead when
her brother-in-law came there.
Tho secret of Line's surrender was
well kept by Mr. Montauo all the
way to tho station. Geo. II. Davis,
who had been relieved from cuard
duty, asked for a ride iuto town in
the wagon. His request was grant
ed and, after being seated, he spoke
about Lane, saying lie hoped he
would soon bo captured so that tho
trouble would be over. Ho did not
kuow that Lauo was riding into town
iu the same vehicle with himself.
Whun challenged by the sentries tho
reply of Montano was invariably,
"Special Ollloor Montauo ami
frimi(U.' Hooven took Lauo through
tho receiving station ami upstairs to
tho Marshal's ollico without reveal
ing the identity of his prisoner. Ar
riving in tlio presence of tho Mar
shal. Mr. Montano ftirlv imr.il vml
. everybody present with the speech,
.Mr. .Marshal, allow mo to present to
you Lot Lane, a prisoner of war."
Tuken tho Oath Since the Bei;in
ntnu' of tho Trouble.
Since the outbreak of tho insur
rection the following persons have
takeu the oath of allegiance to tho
Kepublic of Hawaii at tho Clerk's
office of the Judiciary Department:
Clarence L. Cralibe, Hawaiian,
formerly Port Surveyor of Hono
lulu; K'ibort 11 Maker, Hawaiian, for
merly Major on Kim; Kalakaua's
stair and Governor of Main;
A. I! Naoue, Hawaiian;
Geo II. Annus, Nuva Scotian;
Slui.abro It. Shioji, Japanese;
Arthur K. O.awn, Hawaiian born
of Japanese parents;
P. A. Keeker, L'. S. citizen bom iu
Charles Lehmani), German;
J. V. Lulling, Hritish;
Arch. Sinclair, Hritish, formerly
aetpiittod of conspiracy against the
Provisional Government ;
Jas Cowan, engineer, Hritish;
August Hcckor, German;
Carl u ad i lie, Gorman.
Resolution of Sympathy.
The Hilo Har Association has
passed tho following resolution on
the death of C. L Carter:
Kemii.vkd, That we, the members
of the Hilo bar, in hearing of the
untimely and violent death of
Charles L.Carter, our brother, at
the hands of a rebel assassin, here
with express our great grief thereat;
That wo only knew our brother as
a gentleman, aud a true patriot, over
in tho front ranks when duty of his
country called, and we feel that the
country has lost ono of its noblest
sous in the defense of tho principles
That wo tender to his widowed
wife, his mother and other relatives
our siticurest sympathy in their
great loss, and that wo snow our re
spout to our deceased brother by
wearing tho usual badge of mourn
ing for thirty days;
That a copy of these resolutions
be published iu tho Honolulu papers,
d also sent to his wife.
Mus. W. L. Mooiik,
Secretary Hilo Dar Association.
Accordiug to Act 3 of tho Provi-
i sional Government the punishment
for treason is death or imprisonment
I for a term not less than five voars
i and a lino of five thousand dollars.
I which line shall bo levied on ami
collected out of any or all of his
J property, real aud personal.
Any person concealing knowledge
I of tho levying of war agaiust the
I Government is guilty of misprision
of treason, for which the penalty is
i imprisonment not more than five
years and fine not more than (5000.
For conspiracy tho penalty is a
fine of not less than $i00 and not
moro than lf(KX), or by imprison
ment not less than six mouths nor
moro than six years, or both fine
Has Boon on Duty.
J. L. Osinor, who is on
duty with his company, A, at tho
Judiciary building, is indignant at
having been represented as a desert
er. He was on duty with tho police
at Kakaako when an assembly of
natives was suppressed tho Thurs
day night before the outbreak.
When the disturbance started at
Waikiki, Ostuor went thoro on po
lice duty ami fulfilled it. Then, iu
obedience to tho instructions of tho
Marshal for police officers belong
ing to military companies to report
thereto - ho joined his company and
has had only three hours of liberty
Tho Lane Family.
There are four of tho Lauo family
in custody--three brothers aud
son of ono of them, Patrick. Tho
father and two sisters of tho older
prisoners watched tho inarch to j
the court-martial this morning. Mr. ,
Lane, the patriarch of tho family,
was once a member of the Logisla-1
lure, no is a loroigncr who married
a native woman ami raised a family,
tho several sons ot which aro men
so stalwart as to attract attention iu
Search ot Houses.
Tho Citizens' Guard searched tho
houseof Captain John Koss for arms
yesterday. A sword, a dagger aud
other insignificant war truck were
A search was made of Mrs. Mac
farlauo's house thi morning. Noth
ing but a few stray cartridges aud a
parlor rifle was found, aud tho
searchers did not think it worth
while to take tho rifle.
C. 11. Ulukoii is iu for treason.
Li Young is held for investiga
tion. He is the first Chinaman ar
rested on account of tho insurrec
tion. Jack Namaielua and Kaiua were
arrested for conspiracy t liia after
noon. Vuilous Itonia.
"No passes will be needed hero
after by passengers for tho other isl
ands." That is tho answer given all
who enquire for passes at the Mar
shal's . Dice. Passes will bo required
only by those visiting ships iu the
John Silva, a follower of Lot Lane,
was brought iu by Spec al Weirick
Deputy Attorney-General Kobort -sou
brought in Hakuole at l o'clock
this morning. He is held for investi
gation. Judge Widemanu was down town
this morning and visited the station.
More arrests aro to bo made before
martial law is raised.
Theresa ami baby Garibaldi were
admitted to the statiou yard this
morning to see Wilcox.
Minister Willis of the United
States was at tho station Ixiforo tho
prisoners were sent up to the court
martial this morning.
The government offices havo re
opened and aro doing business. Tho
clerks and heads of bureaus will bo
kept very busy during the next few
Lot Lano wears a No. l'Jshoo aud,
although the different stores in town
were visited, none of that number
could bo got anywhere. A small
shoo had to bo cut to go ou Lot's
Judge Whiting on tho ltith iust.
resigned tht) office of First Judge of
tho First Circuit Court. It is bo
lieved he only lays the ollico dowu
temporarily to enable him to pre
side over the Military Commission.
Schools will re-open ou Monday.
Arms and ammunition were sent
by the Kinau for tho Cituous' Guard
ou Hawaii and Maui.
It was only parlor rifles that wero
seized at the house of C. T. Gulick
on lining searched.
'I ln store of the California Wiuo
Co. was searched this afternoon
without finding any war matorial.
A search of Sails Souci is being
made. Geo. Lycurgtis is interested
iu both places.
Charles Petursou, keeper of tho
Diamond Head signal station, was
examined by the Marshal to-day re
garding tho capture of the statiou
by the rebels.
Building aud Loin Association.
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