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TRIALS FOR WEASOH.
Swon Slop's of tin Fatal
Evidence Upmilie Sh o:irg if Cbarles
L. Cirt rat Berlin inn's.
Judge Advocate ICinney an
nounced, after argument with couu
pol over the right of Neumann and
Rosa to cross examine, that without
imputation ou Captain I'arker he
would state that he would introduce
a witness later who would testify
that I'arker was mistaken in his evi
dence tli at the two Lane boys shot
A member of the Commission de
sired information as to whether any
shots had been tired from the revol
ver taken from .lames Line.
Captain Parker stated he did not
Wohort Hnktiolo S'lva, sworn,
Mutes: Am twenty four years of
age; was in the boat shed ou H.rtol
matin's premises on Jan. (ith; James
Line, V C. Lane, Tom Poole and
witness were there; while in the
shed saw two persons come around
the house of lSertelmann on the
Waialae side; did not recognize the
faces but saw policemen's badges,
then heard an elderly woman cry
out, "The policemen are coining!"
as these two persons approached the
boat hhed witness started to run and
one of the ollicers calh'd out to stop;
one of the persons lired a shot in
the air; didn't notice whether he
was a big man or a small man; Tom
Poole was on the Waialae end
of the shed near the entrance; wit
ness was a foot from Poole ou the
town side, uext to the two Lanes;
when the shot was fired the two
Lanes ran towards the town side,
witness went towards Waialao and
Poole was left in the shed; saw
Poole later standing ou the Waialae
corner of the bal shod in the sand;
when the rest of the boys came up
Poole told witness that ho had shot
a white man who had tried to seize
him in the boat shed near the Wai
alae comer; the man had fallen
down ou the sand; the trigger of
witness' gun was broken at d he ex
changed it with liola.
Tom Poole was brought to the
door of the Court room a"d identi
fied by the witness. Poole whs mar
ried to a cousin of witucs.
Cross-exaiiiiuatioii: Witness was
theie when the Lines were arrested;
the policeman fired fir.-t, then there
was a volley from the boat shrd;
prior to this, about fifteen minuter
before, there had been shots fired
by some of the boy; there was a
bquad ou the maiika side and one
uu the makai; they were firing into
a kiawe bush in which a horse was
running around; the shots were
To ("apt. Kiunej: Charles Har
low was the leader of the squad in
which witnesn was; there were six
or seven in I lie lust f-ipiad; Is.trtow
told witness that he was the cap
tain; Ilartow also told witness they
were going to UerteliiiMin's place to
surround the police; something over
ten were in thusoioud squad; when
I lie second squad arrived witness
saw loola in command; don't know
the object of assembling at Diamond
Head; went there to clean the gnus;
H. W. Wilcox arrived at the place
after 12 o'clock in the afternoon;
did not hear Wilcox say anything;
saw Wilcox at Herteliuann's place
after the filing.
Kanaholo, sworn, states: Was one
of Wilcox's followers at Loahi on
Jan (i; Wilcox sent three squads to
Pertoluiann's houe; Pun, Jr, was in
command of the first squad; they
had revolvers and rilles; there were
eight in the squad; the second squad
numbered sixteen with rilles under
Pukila, who was killed; there were
twelve in the third bquad under John
Mahuka; the squads were ordered to
go toHerttlmaiin'saudif they found
anyone there to arrest them; if there
was any resistance to fight them;
heard reports of gnus; did not know
what side fired the shots; some of
the men went as far as Campbell's
place and returned to HortoliiHiiu's;
others wont right back; witness and
others went to a place ou the pali
below Diamond Head, then heard
shots; a squad under Pukila was sent
back to Uertelniann's place; thoy re
turned later; Tom Poole told witness
that he had been in the boatshod;
Poole was hiding in the shed when
a white man ontorod and fired down;
Poole had his gun ready and fired
Cross-examination: The order
given to the first squad was to go to
the house of liertelmaiiu and arrest
the Marshal, captain or any police
ollicers who happened to be there;
orders to the second eqund, iii which
wituess was, wore to assist the first
squad; the orders were givou by
Wilcox; witness was under arrest;
was arrested on the road near the
old Telegraph Station ou Monday,
Jau. 7; a number wore arrested at
the same lime.
To Kinney: Saw the two Lano
boys with Wilcox that day, Jau. tJ,
cleaning gnus; whou arrested war
was on; witness and others were ar
rested by white men in ditlWeut
garbs; we fought until white flags
were raised by some of the mon; not
kuowing how to uao a gun, witness
lay down while the others fired;
when the tug Eleu came around
back of Diamond Head, wituess and
others ran away; neither Sam Now
loin nor Carl Widemanu woro with
the men ou that Mouday.
Jnmes 1) Caillo, 8vorn, stnto: Ihoroj ho was armed ho rode out ou
Am Collector of Customa; was with I a gray horao from town; ho had a re
C L. Carter ou Jau (5 whou ho ro- j volvor and a small gun ami a bolt of
coivod a gunshot wound (points out cartridges; Groig told witness and
on t ho diagram position whore Car- j othor prisoners that they could go
tor Ml when ehot). Whou hit Car- to Paul Isonborg's place on Monday ;
tor foil into the shed; there is about ! saw Marshall there; ho had a refi
ll foot and a half of a droo from I vor. a mm. belt of cartridges and a
I thooutranco of shed to sand iloor of
(he Rhod; the shots cani'i from the
! Waialao side of the shed; Carter fell
simultaiioousb with the volley.
I Cros oxammatiou : Understood
there wore two wounds; on)- saw
, one; witness' impression was that
threo aliots wore fired.
To the Commission: Carter re
mained in the shed but a brief space
of time; witness called to Alf. Car
ter to comu to his assistance and
went inside to try anil got counec
t ion with n doctor; (hero wore be
tween oight and ten shots fired.
Colonel Whiting announced at 1
o'clock that I he Court would adjourn
until 10 o'clock to-morrow morning.
Only the eight prisoners who are
on trial H. V. Wilcox, Sam Now
leiiij 11. 1 Birtelniann, W. II. C.
Oreij', James Lane. W. 0. L'uio and
Louis Marshall and three witnesses
were escorted to the Incentive
building by the. nul'tary under Cap
tain Paul Sm tli this morning. They
Were marched into the kveuumt of
the building and Inter taken into
All the prisoners wore buttouln les
of carnations with maidenhair fnnm.
James Lino hid a buttonhole, of
violets. Tuo prisoners looked as if
J they had spent a good night.
A fow minutes before 10 o'clock
the Milt-ry Commision entered.
1 Chief Justice Judd and First As
sociate Justice Hickorton were among
thoo present. There was a large
attendance, including a sprinkling
The minutes of yesterday's session
were t hen read by Lieutenant J W.
Jones, member of the Commission.
Counsel for the defense waived
the reading of the ovidonco taken
yesterday which had been trans
cribed. Kanaholo recalled: Poole staled
to witness that he fired two shots at
the white in. in.
To Neumann: Witness was not
in the boat shed; do not know who
detailed the iiieu to go into the
shed; Wilcox gave orders to witness
and others; tho orders did not refer
to those who were in the boat shed.
Ihu, sworn, states, Was a mem
ber of Wilcox's party at Lahi on
Jan.ti; know James and W. C. Lane;
(hoy were at Loahi that day; they
were there armed with implements
of war; they were with Wilcox at
Kaalawai and afterwards at liortol
uinun's; Wilcox's headquarters were
at Kaalawa ; when wituess came to
IJerlelmanu's the two Lanes came
alieau witli revolvers; witness was
in the third snuad; when tho snuad
was coming to U'lrtelrnaiin's liriug
was heard; Wilcox met the Lines
and aked them what tho tiring was
about; they replied that they had
liied at natives who hid run away;
witness arrived at the rendezvous
shortly after fi o'clock mid a'o with
prisoners and others; the general
nine was that all who were not
"aloha aina" (love their country) or
would not oppose such would be
Cross examination Witness also
took psrt in discussing the topic
about the shooting of those who
vmilil oppose "aloha auia"; saw
Ko, McDonald who works at Cas
tle A, Cooke's and others who were
guardee by a guard of tho rebels;
do not know whether they were
"aloha aina" or not; when the first
firing began Wilcox ordered the
Miiad to fall baek to the pali above
IWtolinann's place; Wilcox then
ordered four, including witness, to
go to IJertelinann's and get pick
axes; heard firing again and whist
ling; the squad went down to the
beach and it was then reporbd that
a white man had been shot: next
morning the two Lanes were miss
ing; witness, Piiualiiaand Silvawore
ordered by Wilcox to go to tho
highest peak on Diamond Head;
titer midnight witness returned and
halfway met Thomas, a carpenter,
and they had asmoke; wituess asked
him what the news was; Thomas
told witness that ho had shot a
white man; when tho talk was about
shooting those who were not "aloha
aina;" the men were cleaning and
loading their guns; the provisions
were ou tho veranda of a house
about a thousand yards tho othor
side of Iiortelmauu's; did not sou
any liquor there; Wilcox and tho
two L 'iiius were the only ones of the
pru-ouors who were at Kaalawai;
Patau brought the report to Kaala
wai shortly after duk that Sunday
night that Hubert Parker, the
deputy marshal and policemen wore
at Hertolmauu'p; the first squad
which went to ISertelmaiiu's were
iruied with revolvers; the Lanes
were there with this squad.
(Thomas Poole being introduced
witness identifies him an Thomas,
'he carpenter who told him he had
shot a white man.)
James McDonald, sworn, states:
Am driver for Castle & Cooke; saw
Groig at Diamond Head ou horse
back on Sunday, Jan. fi; there were
between lit) ami GO armed men there,
at the time when witness mot Groig;
witness asked ureig what ho was
doing there; Greig told him that ho
was "in it," and that thoy were going
to overthrow tho Government, ami
that they were to strike the blow at
2 o'clock Monday morning; saw
Greig a second time near 8 p. m.
Sunday in the lauai; Groig was arm
ed with a revolver ami bolt of cart
ridge, he told witness that he was
one of the leaders of the party; saw
Marshall there also; ho was also
armed with revolver and belt of
cartridges; ho was very much en
gaged with the men there; ho said
that ho was one of those engaged
to overthrow tho Government; the
men were very kind to witness and
other prisoners; they were released
at 0 a, in. Sunday.
Cross-examinatjon: No overtures
were made to wituess to join the
reliels; the barber in tho Pantheon
was with witness.
Carl Tuckinger, sworn, states: Am
a barber; was taken prisoner at 2:150
p. in. Sunday, Jau. (, and was re
leased 0 a. ui, Monday; saw Groig
. ' -v . i . . . .
tno iront; ttio crowd woro carrying
arms to opposo anyone who opposed
thotn; the idea was to restore tho
Queen; witness had two bombs; thoy
were given him by Nowloin; tho
bombs woro taken from a money bag
at Kahala and handed to witness;
think there were five bombs in the
bag; two woro given to Widemanu;
t!u instructions given witness was
that if tho opposing forces could not
be repulsed to throw the bombs into
the crowd; Nowloin showed witness
how lo use them; tho top of the fuse
wa to be slit and tho powder lit
with a cigar; witness hid these
bombs near Perry's place at Wailupe
in the sand; witness was with the
tneii when thoy fought tho Govern
ment forces; when witness saw how
things woro going ho deserted and
wont across the valley to Matinalua;
a great many people were firing dur
ing the conflict with the Govern
ment forces; saw Widemanu there:
did not see him firing; saw Marshall
on Suuday at Kahala; during that
night Marshall took fifteen men
from Kahala to Kaalawai, Wilcox's
camp; thinks heaked Widemanu for
the inon; Marshall was armed; saw
Groig at Kahala late Sunday even
ing; ho was sitting on a veranda; he
was not armed.
Cross-examination: Witness only
know of Widemaun and himself hav
ing received bombs; received in
structions how to u"e bombs at Ka
hala; witness and Widemanu were
present when Marshall called for the
fifteen men; there is a largo house
near the bench at Kahala, formerly
owned by Keelikolaui.
Peter Ilookauo, sworn, states:
Saw Widomaiiu and Groig, on Sun
day, tho first-named ou the Waialae
road and the latter at Kaalawai;
saw Marshall near the Waialao road,
ou tho brow of the hill, where the
engagement took place: Marshall
came running from tho direction of
Diamond Head; it was before 8
o'clock in tho morning; he spoke to
Nowleiu and then camo awa; he
then went back in the direction ho
came and that, was the last witness
saw of him; Marshall was armed
with a rille and cartridges; saw
Greig at Kaalawai, Palau and others
were there; Greig came there and
spoke to a halfwluto named George;
ho wanted George to send more men
to the Waialae road to look for Pill
Widdifield; Palau, witness and
other, thirteen in all, went; they
were all armed with rilles and am
munition; saw Widemanu near Isen
berg's place; while witness and others
were searching for Widdifield near
Isenberg's cattle pen, the squad was
halted; thoy answered, "Aloha Aina."
and advanced; met Nowleiu, Wide
inann and about thirty men; every
body including Nowlem and Wide
manu engaged in the battle on tho
hill; Warren was also there.
Cross examination: The engage
ment took place on the hill above
the Waialao road, ou the maiika
side, about a ouarter of a mile from
the gate leading to Isenberg's place;
i no government, troops were anoiii
as far as a quarter of a mile from
the men; the troops gradually mov
ed up until they got directly under
neath; the engagement lasted from
7 o'clock in the morning until 1 in
the evening, when witness and seven
others woro captured; eight men
surrendered; at the beginning there
woro about forty men, maybe more
or less; the last I saw of Nowleiu,
Widemanu, Greig and Marshall was
during the engagement; did not see
them after that.
The Judge Advocate at eight min
utes to 12 stated that ho would
probably close tho case with tho ex
amination of one more wituess.
A recess was then taken until 1:15
TAKEN TUE OATH.
Sovotal HuwiiiinnB Oivo Thair
hubton to tho Huimblic.
h'urther accessioiiH to the roll of
the Republic are the following per
koiih who have taken the oath to
puport the same:
Hon John A. Cummins, Hawaiian,
ux-C'ahiuet .Mil) inter under Ivalakaua
ami Liliuoknlani, member of the
House of Nobles and I'rivy Council
lor under the monarchy, and recent
ly the oi-Qiieeu's Special OoininiH
Hioner to Washington to intercede
for her restoration.
James K. Mer.seber(,', Hawaiian, at
one time Tax Collector of Koolau
poko under the monarchy.
Thus. 1 Cummins, Hawaiian, son
of lion. J. A. Cummins, and at one
lime clerk in the firm of M. S, Grin
ban in k Co.
Charles Mahoo, Hawaiian, a car
penter. Geo. V. Nawaakoa, Hawaiian, car
penter. William Moller, German.
Thus. A, l.loyd, Jr, clerk, Hawai
ian horn of British pareiitH.
Victor Hnjntroin, engineer, Swede.
Christopher J. Holt, Hawaiian, a
Chas. It. Hopkins, Hawaiian, a
At WilliauiH1 Studio are to lie neeii
TortrailH on Watoh Dials, which he
is making a upecialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture hy the net or
Dowio Kline in a sneatn; prisoners
were under Ilipikano.
Charles Warren, sworn, states;
Lived at Kauluwela; used to stand
guard at Washington Place; have
been a soldier for a number of years;
was at Kahala, tho other side of
Diamond Head, on Sunday, Jan. 0;
wout there perhaps (i or o'clock
Saturday ovoniug; left thereon Sun
day night; between 80 and -10 in the
crowd; left undor order of Sam Now
loin; went to the road in the rear of
Isenberg's place; Nowloln marched
with the crowd; everybody was
armodj Carl Widotnanu occupied
a position in the rear; Nowleiu
ami Warren were ahead; later went
to the center and Warren kept to
IK THE HANDS OF THE LAW.
Alphabetical List of Arrests Since
At the request of renders the fol
lowing list of arrests since the insur
rection broke out is givou. All who
are charged with treason on tho en
try book are placed under the head
of "conspiracy." Somo of the loaders
are only ontorod for conspiracy.
Ash'ord, C V
A-lifor.l, V V
Howler, .t F
Cntiiarinos, 1' O
I) ivies, Cant W
Dunn ell, C
Uu rell, J
Ha r son, F
J-diiistone, J It
Kenyon, 0 O
I.tH'1', I.. I
t'titorsou, A I
lttMlwnni, K 11
Itovnolds. V V
Itl.'ksrd, V it
Ituonev, I 11
Ilos, Csiit J
Howard, V T
'llr. in is, V. II
Wakur, J d
Walke-, T H
Wertlirrii, If von
A In pal
Harlow, 0 T
llunl, (I K
Clark. 0 II
Daniels, W H
KnU'ln, J K
Koa, D K.
Ft'rimndi'Z. Abraham Mukskoa
Frudi libera, eo Maitualoa
I mli'iibert;, J
He elulie J
HtlU'heon, W I.
Malln. 0 11
O II. W
Poor, H F
I'rcnditritatit, J K
SIiir. K T
S Intoii, II
Stitlniuti, O K
Testa, F J
IIIuLou, II (J
Ka-iu, W F
Kahili, J K
Km lino. II
Ivniniil oiaulc, J
I'llISoNKHS OF W.VIl.
Kilzj,'. raid, A
UrolK. W II
.w irsinii . i,
- Tot it I
Uerlelitiaiiti, II F
UipiUtlf, .1 W
HloUh , loela
Kiihaiuu, J W
K a 8
K HUH Ik
l.uuu, Jas r
l.aiin W 0
Ijiiih, John C
Mahoo, K J
Muhiikt J M
Mlo, Ham H
Tim, W K
Tua, S K
K k hi
Ku it, I'eler
Km I. ti
Kuhm, S K
Kmielte, II K
K in elu
K.iiiiiina' le, W
Itniu, M K
Wile ix, KV
Wbu, J il
Kitohi, 11 1
IIF.ID FOIt INVKSridATION.
Willi, I. T
I!itk A iln
NSurren, M K
1 1 ii a ii i in nt
Kokipl, J F.
Nukookoo, J K.
A M BONNTAO. DBS M JAN UAH
11 Uhr in
iter Y. M,
C. A Hall.
N i:XTKItIi:SUKI) BrOHlIKKKI'KH
1. (or a Country Htore. u line nliHiico
I t u i-ood man Otlera tiiuler "8, K ,"
Hui.i.r.riN Olllio. 1210-lw
MEETING NO HOE.
1 KAriiu.Ni Tahk Ai" uthim will be
hehl ut the Ulllcu iitAVm. n Irwin & Co.,
(I.M), ou WKDNHUDAY. Jan aid, at id
oulook . m. W. M. (1IVFAHD.
$b gnUy gttlUUn.
SATUHDAY, JAN. ltt, IBM
Sati'mut, Jan. 10.
ilna 'rem Sun Kran-
SB Arawa Stuart,
Stmr Kuala from Knlmkil
8atuiuav, Jan. 1!.
8 H Arawn, Stuart, for tin-Colo les ut S put
From Han KraiuMjoo, per S S Arawa .Inn
m-Mesilanifi I) II Walker. A l'hillips (1
II HI kbrlde, V O Waller, KCuu.-lon, i; N
Miller. A 8 Helirincrborii, V T Spark J
M Jolmviii; Mli'i Kale Spenue K Uti
le Her, enra Dean; Messrs Geo , ilrowti, D
II Walker. 1. 1) Sale. H F Co ilU", Jr, Nel
son C Hanks. (' K loodel', IOiils lintlirr
liiel, Alex Mauy, Ho t IMtnu. K C Scott, S
blilmlu'C K I awston, D Noolan, I. H
Sebern erlxirn, Clia '. Ulcliard-on, K H
VoutiK, H II Ficke. W T Spark, I D I.ane.
1... t I'l. - T l. 11 ...I... I II....!.. I..n (
Hurbault, II Polihiuiin. Harry .puttee,
in ste, raRO.
Key F N (irce.lv niid about 10
The. 8 8 Arawa nlll leave tor the Colonies
at S o clock this evening.
Inflamed Eyos and Run
Tha 8uccos8 of Hood's Causes
GrsatRoJolclng-A Perfect Cura.
Hits Cora It. r.liert
"0. 1. Hood ft Co., Iiwcll, Mao.i
" Ifeel It ailitty to stato lnt Hixxl' Rirsk
parlHahM dune for me. I w&i almost blind,
btncomiicllril to stay In a darkened room ou
account of Inn.inini.-vtlon nt tht eye. I alto
uffcrtd tU1i run. ilni; lorn ou ray bixty. I via
In UrrlbU condition. My mother trli-d etrr
i thing ib knen about an.I 1 wm ntl'-ii'le.l t,y
j two doctor! but wlthnut lieliii me. Klnallr
Hood's Sriai'.irllU m rcoinim tided and I
1 hail not Liken tuo hollies ljcli.ro I I.pj-ui tn tr
better. Tlio Intt.iiiiiii.itloii kit my nn and tbt
ores bsalcd, and the result wai lli.it
i I Becamo Strongor,
and was renturrd to perfect health. At tint
j time I was only twalvo years old; now I am
I blurteeu and I hire not allien buen troubled
wlthmyejesornntlred any sign ol a return of
tht sores on my body. I can recointiif ml Hood's
Barsap'ulllA as an exreltettt blt purifying
medicine." MiskCoiia Kiii'Iit, Ilariitrsvllle. T.c
Hood's Pilla imI enlly, yet promptly and
eEditl)', on Ujo Ihor uuJ bowels. Jio.
i Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Agents lor the Iteptitilln of Hawaii.
PltACTICAL CiUN MaIvKK.
Will tin liny kind uf Itoptlrlni; lo I'Ue.
ariiiB. Ulan Browning nud Hluului;. halla
lautiuu Kiiarnuteed. Union Htroet, iienrly
epitoi le No. 2 F ro D iiilno Station.
HOOMB AND DOAHD.
ROOMS AND liOAKD
fur u few iiersons oau bo
hud at IlunUikl, uu tho Will
W. 8. HAKTI.Kri'.
JL prumisiH Httiikto uu tho
tustsh'uol tho old Mnklkl
idnyKreuiid. Iirmirly ocuii.
nled hv A. Qurienberi:. Ksn
iiikh are mixlern and comiiiodloiia and tho
tpacloiiB i;riiuuus are lii out In rull and
ornamental t ea. Kasy teriua to n ileulra-
hie tenant. Fur fur her particulars pleaso
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lialna, Mahiikoua, I.aupuhoo.hoe. llmii-.
Iilna. Hukiihkii, lioneiuii I'uliakuiiiaim
anil lMo Ketiiriiini; loavm llilo attir. u,
Monday, Jau. !Mth, Thurnlay, Feb, 7th,
.Monday, Full lHth, cu IIiik at l.ii'ipahoe.
hoe BikliiRilay, LvuveHMikiiukuniialTA. M.
Tuesday, Jun. 21th, Frlduy, Feb Hth, Tues
day, Feb iwth, cailliiK at I ahniua same
day, arrlvliii; at Honolulu saino nliiht.
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OUIl N'EW WOUKS AT KALIIH beiiiff completeil, we are uow ready
to riirninh all kiudi of
A KTJ FIC1A L FERTILIZES
AL80 KKKT CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Pacific (itiimo. Potash, Nitrate of Soda,
Milplmto of Aininonia, Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
nr- Np'-ial atieii'hm Klvn to Aniiljsls of Soils by our Agricultural CheuilsU
All U.iuiU am Kiuruii eol In every n"ct. fc
For lurlher particulars
Ed. Huifschlaeger & Co. :-:
Household" Sewing Machines,
Hmd Sowing Machines, wlib ill tbe litest Improremeals.
Wntermayer's Cottige Pianos.
Parlor Organs, 6ultirj, and older Instrumeats.
:-: King and Bethel Streets.
Ltd.. . .
-MUTUAL, TE1.K. 4U7
.Seoritnry and Treasurer.
Gnano & Fertilize!- Co.,
UK W AVKUDAM Manaier.