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PLEA FOR GULICK.
Mr, Neumann Scores a News
Deprecates Df.iwlng (he Color Line
Agalwt Wniti Mod.
Tho Commission ontornd tho
courtroom nl (J:35 o'clock. Minutes
of previous day's session wero road.
Heading of tho oriilouco wns
wnivod by consont.
Paul Neumann thou stated that
tlio prisoners would olFur no evi
dence for tho defense, hut iu con
formity to tho ruhs iu Courts-martial
they would otter a statement.
Out of dufcrotico to tho wishes of
ono of tho local journals ho would
not consume much time.
Col. Whiting wished to know, to
avoid any misunderstanding, wheth
er Mr. Noumauu would file the
statement after address by both
counsel and tho Judge Advocate
Mr. Neumann stated that that was
his understanding of the rule, lie
reminded tho Commission that a
statement win not made under oath.
Mr. Neumann then continued his
argument. Ho called attention to
tho comments of a local journal,
which had said that couusol was
procrastinating, and ho considered
the criticism one of questionable
tasto. He thought the Court should
take notice of tiiis matter. Counsel
would endeavor to remove the im
pression of indignation regarding
the making of bombs, if legitimately
used. These aro always used iu war
fare. Tho use of bombs is not in
humane. If the Commission took
the case carefully under considera
tion it would find that there was iu
sullicient evidence to convict Gulick
of tlio charge of treason. Even if
it was true that he did draw up
tho constitution to be proclaimed
aud other things, that would not
constitute n crime. Uuder such
meu as General Nowleiu and
Colonel Bxrtelmauu au easy vic
tory was anticipated, hence tho
picking of men for tho kingdom or
tho "kingdom como." Assuming
that everything is true counsel
would say that it was a reflection
on a man's sanity. There was no
council held and no coucertod plan
was adopted. No sane white man
would adopt such a plan as General
Nowlein aud the other military olli
cent had proposed. A promise of a
"whole skin" would make a man
say things ho would not think of
saying. It showed the valor of the
Hawaiian, tho leader of the rebel
lion. Counsel believed that -General
Nowleiu had been promised to
get scot-free if bo was to make him
self useful to tho authorities.
Counsel wished to praise the
Judgo Advocate for hiB fairness of
justice. Ho had been very kind both
olUcially aud otherwise. Counsel
anticipated what tho Judge Advo
cate would have to say in his argu
ment. It was the "man with the
white skin" ho was aftor, aud ho
would say tho Hawaiian was mis
guided. Tho Hawaiian, it will bo
remembered, had his will fettered.
There wero plenty of people iu tho
United States who think that a re
public is a nonentity, a sham aud a
crazy idea. It is the same hero.
That tho Hawaiian has been impel
led to this by tho coercion of white
meu iu those islands is uot true.
Counsel would ask tho Court why
any white man should be wrong if
he thought tho country had been
taken unlawfully away from tho na
tives, as long as he did uot come out
iu opon rebellion. Ho denounced
the invoking of auy dosiro of vengO'
ance on tho prisoners because they
aro whito meu, He hoped there
would bo no prejudice in reganl to
color. Counsel had heard aud knew
that the right of revolution exists in
Hawaii, but woe to tho men if un
successful. Such aro culpable re
gardless of color. Counsel would
like to make au appeal on behalf of
Major Seward, who made such a gal
lant recoid in the war of the rebel
liou iu the United States, but he
would refrain from doing so. He
could uot refraiu, however, from
making au appeal for Gulick. Tho
only evidence against him was that
of Nowleiu. Ho was well known and
respected iu this community, whose
conduct was open aud above board,
risked his life with Alfred Castle, T.
K. Walker, Geo. Dole aud others, on
behalf of the Government. During
tho Queen Emma riot, when things
wore very dark, Gulick was loader
aud assisted iu restoring older. The
record of this prisouer should have
some weight against tho evidence of
a man like General Nowleiu. No
case has been made of treasou against
Gulick, aud the Commission has no
right to convict him of tins charge.
The following statement was thou
read bp Judgo Advocate Kinuoy:
Statement of Charles X. Qullck.
"For tho last four mouths aud
more. I have beeu under tho doctor's
care (most of the time con lined to
my house), so that whoever desired
to sou me, whether on business or
otherwise, called at my house on
King street. Many called W. A
Kinney. A. W. Carter, F. Wilhelm
and others on business, as well as
Mr. Hickard, Mr. Nowlein and Major
Soward. I did businoss for the
Queen, making conveyances, etc.,
negotiating (amongst other items of
busme8s), tho transfer oi tho Aloitiu
bin leaso to tho Queou. Nowleiu
was tho medium of communication
between tho Queen aud myself, and
was frequently at my house on busi
uoss for her accouut. Mr. Hickard
and Major Soward canio to my hotiso
frequently a friends and 1 arranged
certain financial matters with Hick
ard iu tho interests of tho several
agencies which have beeu iu .my
hands for some tgmo past.
"For my own part (during tho
time named in the charge) my finan
cial aud physical condition has taken
tho whole of my attention, and since
the .'Kith of June, 1887, 1 have ab
stained from dabbling iu politics.
Local disturbances I have learned of
iu common with tho geuoral public
by current rumors aud thouhgh tho
local press up to tho time of my
"Siuco being brought before this
Court (if the testimony aud coufes
Fiou before tho Court aro to be re
lied on), I am learning a great deal
with regard to current affairs of
which I never dreamed, much less
had a hand in.
"Tho meeting at my house at
whioh plans, constitution, commis
sions, martial law, orders auJ the
like, are said to havo been discussed,
never took place.
"All these persons called at my
house, but at no time was there a
meeting in which auy plans, design,
or schemes wero broached or talked
about iu the presence of Major
Soward. or at auy timo. Tho restor
ation of tho monarchy was talked
about between Itickard aud Nowlein.
1 participated iu tho conversation,
but no scheme or plan involving
armed rebelliou was concluded upon
"The outbreak of tho revolution
was as much a surprise to mo as to
auy stranger. I had neither a know
ledge of it uor any expectation that
it would take place, aud certainly
never agreed to taico part iu it,
either as leader or otherwise. What
ever plans may havo beeu discussed
between us woro novor accepted by
us, or auy of us, in tho others' pres
ence. The constitution aud pro
clamation wero written by
me at Nowlein's requost, the
former being partly in writing aud
partly iu printed slips. I never had
auy knowledge whatever that I had
beeu selected as a Minister under
the new government, and never was
approached, or talked to about it by
anyone. If my name was used in
that connection it was used without
my knowledge or consent. Whou
the matter was stated iu Court on
tho 22d of Jan., 181)5, it was the first
information I had of it.
"0. T. Gulick."
Mr. Neumann had no objection to
serving lor any in uio prinuuors, es-
pecially thoeo without money. Ho
' would, however, ask that timo bo
given him for conference with prison
ers. Mr. Kaulukou did not wish to
make himself ridiculous by ongaging
to defend the prisoners who desired
him without first having a consulta
tion. Mr. Ilosa had not met with prison
ers when he was askod to dofoud and
would ABk for timo.
The Court thon granted counsel
time to havo consultation with
prisoners as to tho personnel of the
Commission, in tho reading room iu
tho basemont. Kecess was taken.
ftlu gnHjj gnUclin.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21, 18P5
Catarrh, Abscesses, and
Hd'a Sarsaparlll Gave Robust
Health and Strength.
TurrAT, Jan. 22.
Bttnr W 0 Hnll from llnwall mid Mnul
Wkiinehiay. Jan. 23.
Btmr Jnmos Xtnkce from KaiiBi
Stmr Kennhnu from Hawaii
Btmr Witlnlonlo from Kauai
Stmr Knntn from Kahnkn
Addross of Kinney.
Judgo Advocate W. A. Kinney
then addressed tho Commission. It
was not the legitimate uso of tho
bombs that the Judgo Advocate
would speak against. An armed
cruiser with filibusters could como
ou port aim storm ino town wuu
cannons. It is said that a revolution
is justifiable if successful, but ho
would hold that a revolution is not
justifiable whou successful unless
tho government to be established
was a bettor government. Ho did
uot believe that any of tho prisoners
could make auy statement of auy
griovauco against tho Kopublic.
Gulick has admitted that ho wrote
the constitution and proclamation,
aud that was sufilcieut to convict
him of tho charge of treason. The
Commission would not bo doing its
duty if it convicted tho nativo in tho
field and allowed tho wire-puller to
go scot free. They must seek far
and uear aud find the source With
regard to the position of Nowlein,
tho Judge Advocate would say that
it was no better than that of any of
tho prisoners. Tho Judgo Advocate
reviewed the evidence against tho
prisoners aud before closing Btated
to tho Commission that ho hoped
ho would bo excused if ho had pas
ed over any point in tho case. Ho
asked for a conviction.
Court was cleared at 11:20 o'clock
until 1:30 p. m.
L00AIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho earthquake shock is taken as
a symptom of renowod volcanic
activity on Hawaii.
Captain Simersou of the steamer
W. G. Hall reports perfect quiet as
roiguing on tho island of Hawaii.
Thos, P. Spoucor, editor of tho na
tivo Holomua, was brought before
tho Marshal for investigation aud
I'ostmaster-Gonoral J. Mort Oat
has issued a revised timo table of
foreign mail steamers with changes
mado in tho Australia's dates.
While tho rillea of tho rebels wore
inferior articles, some of their pistols
were very fine weapons. Tho Mar
shal has possession of some beauties
iu self-acting revolvers seized.
Tho corporal of Co. D will pro
bably bo discharged for insubordi
nation. While on the way from
Oahu Prison today and while pass
ing Tim Murray's blacksmith shop,
Captain Smith ordered tho company
to salute Tim. Tho corporal, who
is a German, said, aftor reaching the
barracks, that ho "vas not there to
salute auy Irishmaus."
An Old Soldier's Rocommondation.
Iu tho late war I was a soldier iu
41... I..al M..H .nil 'fili.i.f nn.a
Company G. During my term of
service I contracted chronic diar
rluua. Siuco then I havo used a
great amount of medicine, but when
L found any that would give mo re
lief it would injure my stomach,
until Chamberlain's .Colic, Cholera
aud Diarrhoea llemedy was brought
to my notice. 1 used it and will Bay
it is tho only remedy that gave mo
permanent relief aud no bad results
follow. 1 tako pleasure iu recom
mending this preparation to all of
my old comrades, who, while giving
their services to their country, con
tracted this dreadful disease as 1
did, from eating unwholesome and
uncooked food. Yours truly, A. b.
Bending, Halsoy, Oregon. For sale
by all dealers. Bousou, Smith & Co.,
Agouts for tho Hawaiian lslauds.
anne anil 1'iinaluo at 2 ti m
Stmr lVIo for Mnkawell, Walmea, Kckaha
nt .1 p in
Stmr Jumps Makre for Kapaa at 4 p ni
Btmr Keauliou (or Kauai at I p m
From Han-all and Maul, per stmr W U
Hnl', JanM-NJ Onllaghcr, Father Syl
vester, Sister lionavontnra Miss Lou rn
Jones, (.'has Roescb and wife, Miss Jessie
Hoc-oli, Miss U K Ward, Miss K Ward,
aikI ,13 on deck
For lloynl Koads, 1) U, per hark Kouten
beck, Jan 213 Jariuan aud wife, Mrs Prof
llritilley and 2 childri-u.
For Knual. per stmr Mlkabala Jan 22
J K Parley, W J Warr-i.er. A Drown, W
llvrlowltx, Augusta Kauss.
For Maul ami Hawaii, tier stmr Klha
Innl, Jiin22-J Run, TK Ilrodgc, Mrs M
(1 Walker, M ss I ferducr, Miss U I. White,
II 8ml b.
For Mant and Hawaii tier slmr Clan
dine, Jnn 2.! -Miss 11 K Wilder. MUs
Knnjm, Miss K Carter, Mrs von Valken
Ik.tk. Oliver Maimlln, Joseph I'a, Mrs R A
Junes and child, II Reynolils, 14 Turton, I)
Kaliaillello, Kd Dowsett, R O Hogg, F
Drum. A Dunn, J K Millar. WOmstead.J
K O'Neal and wife J A Harboch, tlwill
Robertson, Mrs Vila, 0 H KlneKcl, Mrs
Mu Wee, Acheu. A hint.
Search tor Arma.
Captains Parkor aud Scott, with
several policemen, went searching
for arms beyond Waialau yesterday.
They found eight guns, throe pis
tula, 100 rounds of loose ammuni
tion aud a belt filled with cart
ridges. Sumo of the material was
hidden high iu tho el ilia, aud some
in three feet of sand. One of tho
guns had Hipikaue's initials "J. W.
ii." engraved ou tho breech.
Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy is
famous for its cures of bad colds. It
opous tho secretions, relieves the
luugs aud aids nature in restoring
tho system to a healthy condition.
If freely used as soon as tho cold has
been contracted, aud before it has
become settled iu tho system, it
greatly lessens tho severity of tho at
tack aud has ofteu cured iu a single
day what would havo beeu a severe
cold. For sale by all dealers. lien
sou, Smith & Co., Agouts for Hawai
ro-couvonod at 1:15
By Jus. F. Morgun.
Twelve Prisoners Produced.
Tho following prisoners wero
.1. W. Bipiknuo,
Col. Whiting oicusod Capt. J. M.
Cnmara, owing to illness.
The prisoners desiring counsel,
they were severally nskod aud an
swered. Hipikano did not desire auy attorney.
Aborahama desires counsel.
Lane No couusol.
Poolo Would liko to have an in
terview with llosa.
Kauai desires counsel.
Knlaukoa desires couusol. Would
Palau desires counsel.
Kilioua desires couusol, Antone
Clark desires couusol, Antone
Kanuha do&iros couusol, Kaulu
kou. Widdifiold desires no counsel.
oela Kiakahi desires counsel, Paul
Tho Judu'o Advocate objoctod to
Antone Itosa appearing as couusel,
as on December 20, tho day before
tho steamer Waimanalo sailed for
I ho arms, tho ox-Queen had signed a
commission for Mr. llosa as Assooiato
Justice. Ho thought that the com
mission was siguou with tho knowl
edge of Mr. Ilosa. Although he was
not arrostod, it was more for graco
thau anything else,
Mr. llosa asked tho Commission
whether he would bo granted the
privilege of defending himself, A
charge had boon mado against him
aud no would ask if ho had a right
to say something on his own behalf.
The Court retired for deliberation,
Col. Whitiug thou announcod that
if Mr. Ilosa was omployod by any of
tho prisoners tho Court would uot
SARI AT AUCTION!
TO-MORKOW, Jan. 21th,
AT 10 0'OI.OUK A. M
Hv i rder of Jaa. II. Catlf, Km . CollfrUtr
(lenTiil of Cii'tonm, I will well at I'nli Iu
Aiiciluii, ex "HtJiita'a," at the Custom
200 --TUBS SAKI 200
Terms Cash In U. S. Gold Coin.
Popular approval goeB fr
toward establishing tho stand
ing ot a business house in any
community, and the good-will
and patronage we have had
during the lat forty years in
dicate, not on'y that we havo
the l'UPULAK APPROVAL, Ullt
that those who hvo dea't
with us have been eminently
satisfied with their transac
tions. We attract and retain pat-r-Miuno
more by the kxohi,-
LKXCU OF (JUALITIKS SllOWll
and our ukasonawj-: prices
than by preposterous claims
of Hilling goods blowcont,
We ropoat a wo-huve said
before that when you pay less
for goods than we ask for
them you get an inferior
While we carry a stock of
dry goods that is complete in
every sense from the lowest
priced goods to tho most
luxurious made, we make a
specialty of the highest grade,
and exclusive designs of the
most recent and accepted
it is worth your while al
ways iu making purchases to
look at our stock before de
ciding. 1 f wo havo what you
want you will certainly buy ic,
if quality and price aro any
This week Ladies' Under
wear in connection with our
general stock will receive con
sider ble attention ; it is our
intention to make a run of
them and as tho stock is au
over large ono, first buyers
will have first choice.
Mr. vr. w. Otlt
It a wtll known blacksmith ot Trenton, N. J.
Ha wrIUi llluitratlng tha (real bulldlnc up,
b1oo4 pnrtf jtng powars et Hood's Sarsaparlll
altar serious lllneisi
"C. I. Hood Co., Lowell, Mui.i
"tin pleased to maka a statement of mr ei
perlenca with Hood's Barsaparllla. I am a
bUokemlth and oontraoted a serere cold which
"Teloped Into pneumonia. Before I got orer
tha Illness, two large abscesses gaUiered oa mjr
Bmbs. Different medicines failed to do m any
good. Catarrh and dyspepsia
Mad M Vary Woak
and I lost flesb. I was adrised to UVe Rood's
Barsaparllla. Before I had used a bottle I began
to feel better. I continued and bare taken fire
bottles and It has eured ineof alt my troublea
and made me perfectly well. I now have a good
appetite and weigh fire pounds bearler than
erer before. I cannot recommend Hood's Sir
aaparllla too highly." Wh, W. Otis, Soe
Roebllog Btreet, Trenton, New Jerney.
Hood's Plllacureall I.trer llli, lllttouinesa.
Jaundice, IndigesUon, Blok Headache. 2So.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole ARrnta for tho Ki'tmMIc of Hawaii.
struck my htore during
December. It was a
stromr, vigorous, full
grown uffair, mid had no
respect for other people's
feelings. It would push
itH way in through the
front, door rummage
nnioitg my eh"ice goods,
tear down, pick to pieces,
growl at everything ex
cept the quality and price,
buy a paper of L'm. t r a
Silk Dn ss, go out and
come back iu a short
time reinfoiced by neigh-
This Space is Reserved
1ST. S. SACHS,
The Popular Millinery House,
104 Fort St, Honolulu.
R. P. KIILKRS & OO.
I'. U. JON KM.
K. A. JONI3
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
T THK ANNUM, MKKTINO OK
IX. tlm Kll.AUKA SuoarCo held thUZSil
ilnv of Jiimmry, A 1) IB! .", thu ful owini;
Olliccra worn duly ulectuil to t-orve during
the unsiilni; year:
W M Ullliird VIcH-l'rfslilunt.
II M. Wliimey, Jr. .Boo'y it Trt'HtMrur,
'I lieu. C. I'ortor Auditor.
U. M. WHITNKY, J 11.,
Bco'y KllaiU'it SiiRar Co.
Honolulu, 11. 1., Jun. '.M, I hit.'). l'.'ll-M
2STOTIO E !
1 Coiiiiuumlfr will lexvo Honolulu us
followH! Tuesday, Jan. 'i!d, KrUUy, Ki-I.
1st. Tuemlay, Fob. litth.at'J l' M. (or l.a
liiilnn, Miifuikonu, Laupahouliop. Uon
lilna, llukiiliui, Hnuiuu, I'oliaKuiiiuna
iiml II lo Returning lettvi llllo at li r. w.
Monday, Jnn. !Wth, Tlumday, Kob. 7tli,
Mmidav, Keli. lHtli, ciUllui; at I.uimhott
lion hriiik i'ay. l,uivesSluiiukonat7 A. m.
Tueaday, Jan. Sltli, Friday, Feb. Hlli.Tues
day, fcYb ltli, culllnc at l.nlmiua tuiiie
day, urrlvini; at Honolulu tnuiio night.
WH,l)Kll'S STKAMSHU' CO., 1,'c
S;ifc Deposit lvNtmeiitCo.
NO. 403 FORT BTKKRT.
8A.KK8 of Various Sites (or Kent
the Mouth or Yer.
Practical Gun Makkk.
Will do niiy kind of Kojulrlng to Flr
arma, also Ilrownlng und lliualug. Bulls
(action guaranteed. Union gtroxt, nrarly
opposite No. 2 Fire Kngltiu Station.
tm- VAULTS open from 8:30 a. m.
until 1 i'. m. except on Saturdays, when
they will be closed at 2:30 r. u
tm- WF, Iluy and Bell F rst-class
BIOUK8 and UoNUS aud make ad
vances on tame.
month has made me gray
before iny time, and
siandinu in the middle of
the si ore at 12 i m. on
December :J1, .hill, J
was glud to nay "Pan."
Feel somewhat bettor this
week and have arrived at
the conclusion that I will
hold my Annual Clear
ance Sale "Now a clear
ance sale may mean noth
ing or everything. In my
lease it means everything.
I h'vo a largo assortment
of goods on hand that 1
must got rid of before
the return of next Aus
tralia. I must havo sholf
room aud to get ic I am
prepared to make a sacri
fice. Everything must
be sold. Now each week
1 am going to offer some
thing special, this time it
is millinery. Nowhere
in Honolulu can you buy
Hats aud all tho attach
ments thereto for the next
wet k as cheap as t
Egan's. No other house
in tho city can sell these
goodtt at 50c on tho $1.
Wo can't keep it up long,
but will endeavor to sat
isfy everybody as long
as tho IJats and Feathers
last. And remember that
you get two dollars'
worth for one of King
Kalakaua's silver cart
wheels. That Tireless Toil, r,
,1. J. WUAN,
fill Fort otreot.
This delicious temperance drink not only quenches
thirst, but promotes and preserves good health.
There's no drink in the world like HIRES' HOOT
HE Ell, in composition, in preparation, or in popula
rity. Its wonderful success is a matter of history,
and can only bo explained by thu fact that people
everywhere recognize an 1 appreciate its health and
pleasure-giving qualities. They will not drink the
worthless and injurious substitutes.
K3F Ask your storekeeper for it. Mado only
by The Charle E. Hires Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
"Wo lmvo used ovor thruo dozen bottles of Hirea' Root Duer this Boa
Ron, and find ft tho most duliciotitt ant! liuaUhfnl drink in tlio market. Jar.
F. Hammbk, 1120 2d Ave., Altoona, Pa., U. S. A."
"Wo have used your Root Heor in our family over threo yearn, winter
and Himmcr, aud would not do without it. Wo drink it instead of water.
MiH8 Lii'iiNt.'UTr, Cor. 2d and 1'ino Kts., Caniedn, N. J U. H. A.
IIohron Drug Company
Hkxson, Smith & Company
UoLLioTrcu Drug Company, Ltd.. ..
Lkwis & Company Grocers
I. O. IIOX 481-
MUTUAL TELE. t)7
riMIK UNDKltSlQNKD OFFERS A
1 rmvurd of fM) to auy one giving In
formation that will load to th conviction
of the person who stole a Diamond Ring
from tils premises on Thursday last.
iail!-t( MU,1,AKU F. UKANDALL.
Tin Daily Bullttin, 60 centt per
month, delivered by carrier;
Grocery v Store
Zii NUUANU BTREET,
Iletween Hotel aud King Btreet, nozt to
Has opened a FlrsUolais Grocery Store
as above. He will keep always on hand
the Rest and Freshest
American and English Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do his best to please all
PACIFIC GUANO & FERTILIZER CO.
?' .TOlW6. ,7 President.
J- F; , HAUh-Fh l.I) Vice-President.
1. MAY Auditor.
K- BUHIt Secretory and Treasurer.
OUR NM5W WORKS AT KA.LTHI lwing completed, we aro now redj
to Furiii-h all kiuds of
A USO KKKP CONSTANTLY ON HAND -
Pacific Guuno. Potash,
fc'ulphate of Aminwnia,
Nitrate of Soda,
Rlitfaial attention ilvn to Anak'aU nf
All Uooda are guarameuj In every re. pect.
Bolls by our ARrieiiltural ChatuUU
Wl I in
For lurther particulars apply to
Paoiflo Gnano Ic Fertilizer Co.,
W. AVKRDAM, Manager.
Ed. Hoifschlaeger & Co.
Purchases delivered to all parts
ol the City.
2vX-u.ta.al 1'olopliori.a 257.
"Houiebold" Sewing Micblnes,
Hind S wing Micblnes, witb ill (be latest Improrenenti.
Wesiermiver's Cottige Pliooi,
Parlor Organs, Gultin, tod otter Instrumeiti.
King and Bethel Streets.
N . 43StitW
sdM&t&a -" ' utoi-
rUhatl'Jl "n (