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RANK AND FILE.
Claim to Have Buen Cruelly
Left by Foreigaers.
Narrow Escape of the Cwt from
Falling Spawl of Piaster.
Court convened at 10 o'clock,
minniei woro roan, rno attendance
was not as large as on previous days.
Kaivelo, sworn, states: Was stop
pod in Nuuanu by Go eminent
troops; was witli Kauli, Maulia, Ka
laukoa and Cvo others; it was al
most daylight Monday; was coming
to town to fight; had talk with Ka
laukoa about tho errand; had pre
vious arrangement with Kalaukoa to
call for him; afterward walked into
town to witness' house at Capo
Horn; stayed there and Kalaukoa
went away; ho returned at 2 p. m.
and told witness and others to go
by way of Knilun; started ami lost
tho road; was captured betwoeu
Telegraph hill and Moiliili road by
Cross-examined Witness and Ka
uli were tho loaders.
Accident in tho Courtroom.
Part of the fancy plaster ceiling
directly above tho table where tho
Military Commission is sitting at
Courlmartial fell with a heavy crash
at 10:30 o'clock, when this witness
was being cross-examined. The
piece, about oigjit feet in length, fell
with a thundering noise which could
bo heard a block away. The edge
of the fragment grazed Col. Whit
ing's forehead, making a slight
scratch. It was a very narrow oscape.
Tho coiling broke at tho beam.
Tho coiling had probably been
loosened by the earthquake on Tues
day ovouiug. It was noticed by sev
eral yesterday that thoro was a crack
in the ceiling, and it was predicted
that it would fall somo day, but it
was not suspected that the disaster
would occur so soon. Tho Court
adjourned for some time on account
of tho accident.
Resumption of Businoss
Continuing Witnoss and othors
would not have gone out to Dia
mond Head if Kalaukoa had not told
them to go; was previously employed
by Major Reward to go on ltabbit
Island to assist in lauding arms, but
havo not beeu paid for it yet.
Maulia, sworn, states: Came to
towii from Koolau with Kalaukoa
nud others on Sunday; tho next day
Kalaukoa reported to tho men that
ho had uows; that tho men were to
go back and around to Diamond
Head with food for men there; met
Joe Clark at Mauuawili;hoawas look
ing for ro-euforcements; witness did
not go to Diamond Head.
Cross-examination Kauli was the
leader of the men; witness was one
of the mou who landed the arms; al
though witness did not wish to go he
went because he had been sworn by
Keoui Liilii not to desert tho work;
Kalaukoa did not seom to have much
entkusiasm iu coming to town; Ka
uli had to call him a number of
times before ho would get up.
By ttosa Wituess ami others met
Clark at Mauuawili coming from
Biplknno Buns Away.
Kia, sworn, states: Was ordered
by Palau to go to Diamoud Head
and fight; Patau's squad was picked
from Kaumakapili; Bipikane was
iironout during the light; did not seo
iipikauo fighting, but saw him run
ning; tho men expressed their opin
ion of Bipikane a running away;
Bipikane said it was bettor to got
away; witnoss stayed fighting till
tho mou wore surrounded by the
Bipikane put up his fists and
showed his displeasure when this
witness was giviug evidence about
his running away. He could uot
Cross-examiuation Was ordered
by Palau to go out hotweou 1 aud '2
o clock Suuduy afternoon; did uot
know what uas to be done there uu
til on tho way, when his companions
told him; there was no reference to
Manuel Kuhio, sworn, states: Was
in the fight on tho Waialae road ou
Jan. 7; was ordered by Palnu to go
there ou Sunday afternoon; Patau
was tho loader of the squad; he led
tho squad from Kaalawai to Kaimu
ki; saw Bipikane at the fight; wit
uess was oue of those who surrender
ed; Bipikane didn't stay to tho
fight; ho rau away; ho advised I lie
mou to run with him; after the first
gun was fired Bipikane aud othors
Ciossexainuiation Palau came to
witness' house ou Sunday aud told
him to go to Kaalawai; Kakaio and
Liwai Kamoakaua accompanied wit
uess; witness understood what they
were goiug out to Kaalawai for.
George Townsond, sworn, states:
Many natives came to Kaalawai and
left later; somo saw tho arms ami
then wont away; that was ou Sun
day morning; they looked around
and seeing no foreigners loft; they
said, "G d tho haolos" and wont
away; witness heard them ask,
"whoro woro tho haolos?" they ox
peoted thoro would bo haolos there,
Cross-oxamiuation Stayed there
until Sunday evening aud sentries
woro posted around tho place; a
good many passed iu aud out all tho
samo; thoro was a very slim crowd
at sundown Sunday; there woro lots
of spare arms lying ou tho iloor; am
aware that arms were found at Jim
Smith's; theso woro taken there on
Mouday morning; witnoss was on
duty guardiug prisoners; bad re
ceived orders from Wilcox,
To Kmtioy If Ml tho natives
which had youe out there that Sun
day had stayed thoro would not
havo beon sufllciont arms; under-
were no foreigners thoro and no
Itecoss was taken to 1:30 p. m.
Doings in Bocosa.
During recess men woro sot to
work tt take dowu other parts of
tlio ceiling in tho courtroom which
had boon noticed to bo loose. It
now boing thought safo tho table nt
which tho Commission sat was mov
ed back to its former position.
J. W. I3ipikano and tho other
prisoners woro allowed to walk
about tho roar veranda during ro
coss. Bipikane walked a military
step and moved from ono ond to tho
Court couvoned at
Koano, sworn, stales: Was iu tho
uprising of the Uth aud 7th; went
there on Sunday night by order of
Kauai and Aberahama; they said to
witness to go to tho war; didn't
want to go but went, was told if
wituess didn't go ho would bo shot;
tho mou wero armed.
Cross-oxamiuation Live at Wai
alae, this side of Isouberg's; Kauai
aud Aberahama wont to witness'
house ou the afternoon of Sunday
and told him to go to Kthala to
A Ilia's house; Kauai aud Aboralmma
Koia, sworn, states: Went to Ka
hala on Sunday night; carried a gu'u
and woro a belt; was told to go
thoro by Aberahama and Kauai;
that all "Alohai Aiua" woro to go
there; was told if ho didn't go they
would shoot him, at tho samo time
poiutiug a pistol at him.
Cross-oxamiuation Both Kauai
and Aberahama met witness aud
told him to go to Kahala; know it
was tho two prisoners, becauso they
wore ar committee to rouse tho na
tives iu that locality; witness had
beeu drinking awa in Honolulu and
was uudor tho iuiluenco of awa ou
returning that Suuday night.
Kekapa, sworn, states: Am mem
ber Co. A, N G. II.; formed the ac
quaintance of Kanuha on Maui; re
member talking to tho school boys
about tho royalists aud tho Provi
sional Government; Kanuha said he
did not waul any government under
tho missionaries; ho also said that
thoro would bo a ohango aud that
the Queen would bo restored.
Cross-oxamiuation Had discus
sion with Kanuha ou au afternoon
in tho shop of Kanuha at Kamoha
meha school; it was during Novem
ber or Decombor; told Prof. Rich
ards aud Dr. Whitney that Kanuha
was au opponent of tho republic.
With this witness tho prosocutiou
John Wise was called for the de
fense. Being sworn, ho states: Am
acquainted with D. Kauuha; met
him on Sunday afternoon, Jan. G, at
2 o'clock at Bipikauo's, witness' resi
dence; asked Kanuha if ho wauted
to go buggy riding; told him thoy
would go to Bertelmann'a place at
Waikiki; went there and boyoud to
Kaalawai; Kauuha got ofT at Bertol
inauu's and walked after witness to
Kaalawai; there woro guns in a bag
iu tho carriage; Kauuha did uot as
sist in carrying the bag from tho
carriage; witnoss took tho bag him
self iuto tho house; wituess aud Ka
uuha returned to Pawaa that same
Cross - examination Don't know
how many guns woro iu tho bag;
they woro Winchesters aud two
auarps; tuoy woro brought up on
tho Thursday evening prior to tho
Suuday; wituess was told to keep
l hoin until ho received furtuorordors;
received orders to take them Sunday
to Bortolmaun's; had received pre
vious intimation from Sam Nowloin
that a package of guns would bo
brought up there; dou't know who
the native was who brought the
guns there that Thursday night.
Lot Lauo was uext called and was
warned about giving evidonco which
would criminate himself.
Lane, sworn, Btatos: Did not see
Wise aud Kauuha at Kaalawai ou
Sunday afternoon, Jan. U; ho was
asleep; saw Charles Bartow thero
J. W. Uipikauo was the next wit
ness. Ho was also warned as the
Bipikane, sworu, statos: Saw Ka
uuha and Wise at Kaalawai on Sun
day, Jan. 6; Wise was on a carriage
aud Kauuha followed on foot; Ka
iitiha did uot take any part in re
moving the bundle of arms from the
carriage iuto the house; some of the
men thero aud Wise took tho guns
Cross examination Dou't know
who those guns brought out thoro
belonged to; witness wont thoro
at 11:30 a. in. Suuday; didu't
know that thero wore any guns so
crotod about witness' premises; re
member soeinir this rifle (exhibited
iu Court) at Kaalawai; did see two
Springfield rilles with tho initials,
J. W. 11." at Kaalawai, but witness
wanted to know where they came
from; ho didu't know; witness did
uot havo a gun at his houso iu town
and that is the reasou ho weut
out to Kaalawai to get a gun;
if witness had a gun at home ho
would not havo gone out to Kaala
wai; wont out as soou as he heard
that tho people wero ready to
go to war; witness would state in
tho uaiuo of God that ho never weut
around nieiliug people, eituer young
or old, to go to war; never poiBoned
John Wise h mind against tho Gov
ernment, and never inoitod him to
go to war; don't know who tho guns
whioh wuro found ou Bipikauo's
premises to-day belong to; thoy woro
placed thero without tho kuowledgo
Uipikauo ereated no little amuse
ment by his antics. Ituturuiug to
his seat after examination ho grab
bed ouo of tho prisoners who was
seated in his chair aud ordorod-him
to his own Feat. '
Francis J, Oakes, a millionaire,
obtaiued a divorco from his wife, au
actress, aud married auother, also
au actress, iu the mouth of Decombor,
Charles L. Carter's Will Supreme
Mary Harlon Scott Carter, widow
of the lato Charles L. Carter, peti
tions for probate of tho will of her
husbaud, which uamos herself as
solo legatee nnd devisee, aud herself
aud such other person as slip ( may i
nominate as oxocutors. Potitionor
nominates Alfred W. Carter as the
other oxecutor. The heirs are Harry
A. P. Carlor, agod -lyoas, and Grace
Carter, aged 2 years, childrouof tho
decoased. Tho ostato consists of
real ostato situated in Honolulu,
valued at 3000 moro or loss, and
personal ostato consisting of ono-
sixth intorost in tho ostato of the
late H. A. P. Cartor, household aud
ollico furniture, horses, cattle, books,
etc., also throo policies of lifo in-,
surauco for $25,000, in all $75,000
moro or less.
A decision has beon reudorod by
tho Supreme Court iu tho trospass
case of Kooki Mao vs. Apa (Chi
nese). Justice Bickerton in the
author of tho decisiou, tho syllabus
of which is as follows.
"In a District Court dofondant
pleaded to tho jurisdiction, pleading
titlo in real estate; tho Court sus
tained tho plea and a general appeal '
was takon to the Circuit Court, whore
the samo plea was made aud over-
ruled and tho case was triod ou its
morits with a jury.
"Hold: That tho District Court
had jurisdiction. That tho appeal
should havo been on a point of law.
That tho case should havo boon re
manded to the District Court for
hearing ou its merits.
"Tho verdict is set aside and case
romandod to District Court for
The jury that triod the cao gave
a verdict for plaintiff with $70 dam
ages. Tho caso goes back to tho
District Court of North Kona.
Judge Cooper sat on tho caso iu
place of Associate Justice Krear. C.
W. Ashford for plaintiff; W. C. Achi
for defendaut. '
Tho Color Lino.
Tho color lino wan sharply drawn
at tho Lindell Hotel, St. Louis, whou ,
the proprietor rofusod to entertain '
Mrs. Sissoriotta Jouos, better known ,
as "tho black Patti." Rooms for tho
singer, hor husband, who is a mulat
to, auu hor company, all tho mem
bers of which aro white, woro ou
gagod two weeks in advance. Ou
the refusal of tho Liudoll manage
ment to accommodate "tho black
Patti" and hor husbaud, tho entire
company engagod quarters at tho
Laclado Hotel. Mr. Jouos declares
that ho will bring suit against tho
proprietors of the Lindell for $5000
Chineso New Year's.
Tho Chinese merchants and the
trustees of tho United Chinese So
ciety will meet at tho clubhouse
from 12 in. until 2 p. in. to receive
their friends ou their Kou Hi day
to-morrow. It is stated ou good
authority that tho Chinese will save
$5000 by the Marshal's prohibition
of bombs aud firecrackers.
B'orty-ono lives woro lost and six
teeu people injured, live of them
fatally, in the burning of a hall
where a Christmas tree festival was
being held, ou Christinas eve, at
Silvor Lake, Oregon.
Tui'iMHAi, Jul. 21.
Stmr Mkellkn from Itanaii
Tiiurkpay, Jan. '21.
Stmr Walaloalo fur I.almlns, Kukiilhuulo
and lloiiukim at 'i m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
fetmr I.ikoUko IS7U hags tulwar, CO head
Pare Guava&Poha Jelly
Put up by Mks, A. V. JUNKS.
'2151 ARftiitM, Queen Strunt. Hm
An i:xi'Kiui:nuki sroiti:Ki:i:i'i:it
fur a Country Hlure, n Ilnu ulimicu
lira koiI " Oilers
under S. K
Til I S CUT
ci ntered lens. You think you get tho samo amount of relief
from a cheap glass, becauso it may have tho same amount of
refractive power as tho moro costly Seo where tho above
lens focuses. Seo tho scattering of rays. Ab much spheri
cal aberration in such glasses as there is alienation of the
mind in an insane person ; yet this is the general run of
glasses you buv chi ap. How long will your sensitive oyo
stand this strain? Why, until they are ruined entirely. Can
you afford to wear such glasses, simply becauso they cost
you a little less than the perfect? No, a thousand times, No.
You could not if thoy wero given you with a bonus. Wo
will not sell Mich glasses; would not bo guilty of giving
them away. Hut wo piwrantuo to lit every manner of com
plicated caso with tho proper and correctly ground glass, and
to give perfect satisfy tion.
Report of H. J. Moors of Apia
His World's Fair Party.
H. J. Moors, an American mer
chant at Apia, when returning home
on the Arawa from a tour with
Samoans, left tho following report
for tho Bulletin:
,. I , r, T I
niior leaving oau r rnucisco, wnero
wo lost ono man of pnoumonia, our
party consisting of 39 travolod all
through tho western aud middle
States and appoared at the most im-
Eortaut fairs. In seven months we
ad not a singlo case of sorious ill
ness, and only after wo loft Now
Orleans to catch tho Arawa wore we
at all troubled. The natives per
sisted in getting out on tho plat
forms of tho cars to smoke, and at
every opportunity would raiso tho
car windows and let in cold air. As
wo passod through Texas a number
of severe colds wero developed and
beforo wo reached San Francisco
ono had died ou tho train and three
woro quite ill. One of those was
sont to St. Mary's Hospital and two
wero takon on tho Arawa. Since
leaving port ono of the sick diod,
collapsing very suddenly in tho
closet when wo all thought ho was
gottiug past danger. Tho ship's
surgeon uelievod that ho diod of
hoart diseaso. Tho othor sick ono is
now noarly well. Tho first party of
21) who visited tho Statos in 1893 are
all well and of tho second party, 40
who arrived last April, throo havo
died all owing to thoir own careless
noss. The wholo party woro anxious
to stay in tho States aud none camo
A Statesman Dies Poor.
Sir John Thompson, lato Premier
of Canada, did not die wealthy. His
household goods and library wero
worth $1250, ho had $2490 in the
savings bank, saved before ho became
a Minister of tho Dominion; ho had
life insurance of $5726, and a balance
of salary of $250. It in expected
that the testimonial fund for Lady
Thompson, being raisod by popular
subscription, will reach $30,000.
Popular approval goes fr
toward establishing tho stand
ing of a biiBinuHs Iioubu in any
commuiiity, and the good-will
und patronage we havo had
during the last forty years in
dicate, not only that we have
the l'orULAit aimmioval, but
that those who hive dea't
with us hiive been eminently
satisfied with their transac-
We attract and retain pat
rnniiye more by the kxckl
lknok: of qualitiks shown
and our ukasonahi.k i'hicks
than by proponteious claims
of helling goods below corit,
We repeat a we havo said
before that when you pay less
for goods than we ask for
them you get an inferior
While wo carry a stock of
dry goods that is complete in
every senso from tho lowest
priced goods to the most
luxurious made, we make a
specialty of the highest grade,
and oxclusivM 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. If wc have what you
want vou will certainly buy ic.
LTiSm,":1 pricu mcuny
I Thin wiek Ladies' Under
wear in connection with our
gfii' ral btock will ivceivo con
sider -bio attention ; it is our
intention to make a run of
them and as the stock is an
over largo ono, Hfbt buyers
will have first choice.
13. F. BIILKRS & CO.
is a fair and comprehensive
example of a cheap and un
UlUe May Bentlev
Born a Genius
Disease Threatens to Cut
hort a Noble Career
ut Mood's araaparllla Restores
Ltltts May Bentler li an accomplished eloeo
ttonlil and natural born tpeaker uf only la years
of at. 8he It tli onljr child temperano lcW
urer before tlie publlo. Her ttului, howerer,
41d not eiempt her from an attack of a dlieu
el the blood. Her own nordi belt tell the atorji
" C L Blood tt Co., Lowell, Mail, i
" I heartily Join with tho many thoniands that
are recommending Bood'i Bariaparllla. I had
been troubled from Infancy with gathering! In
the head. 1 wai.compllf t to leave tohool uon
the doetor'e adlce. lie thoug ht It wa the otflr
thine to tare my life, but I J
Continued to Grow Worse.
I was persuaded finally by a friend to try Hood'e
Sariaparllla. The uie of one bottle aoted el-
feeUrely upon the blood and I began to ImproT
Attar the uie of three botttei the Catherine
eeaeed and I am cured of my former trouble. I
owj.mrll'a nl w 111 alwayi remain a true friend
f "OR?' Bariaparllla."' Lillib Mat Am
lst, BhelbyTllle, Indiana.
Hood's Pills act eaillr. ret womntlr
SlclenUy, on the llrer and bowels. Mo.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Hole A Rents for the Itoimhllo nl HhwkII.
struck my htorc during
December. It wan a
strong, vigoroiH, full
grown uffair, mid had no
respect foi otlur people's
f clings. It would push
its way in through the
front, door rummage
nnioiig my choice goods,
tear down, pick to pieces,
growl at everything ex
cept the quiility and pric,
buy a paper of Pins tr a
Silk Drss, go out and
coniu back iu a short
time reinforced by ueigh
borinir cyclones. This
nagging during the
has mad" me m
my time, and
iu the middle of
at 12 p. m. on
December 31, lb!)l, 1
was l.id to bay "Pan."
Feel somewhat better this
week and have arrived at
the coiiclut-ion that I will
hold my Annual Clear
ance Sale. Now a. clear
ance sale may mean noth
ing or everything. In my
leabo it means everything.
I hnve a largo assortment
of goods on hand that 1
must get rid of before
the return of next Aus
tralia. I must have shelf
room and to get it I am
prepared to make a sacri-
lice. Jfivurytluug 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
Hate und all the attach
ments thereto for the next
we k us cheap as at
Egan's. No other house
in the city can sell these
goods at 50c on the 81.
Wo can't keep it up long,
but will endeavor to sat
isfy everybody as long
as tho llats and Feathers
last. And remember that
you get two dollars'
worth for ono of King
Kalakaua's silver cart
wheels. That Thvlewj Toil, r,
.J. .1. KG AN,
5U Fort Mtrcet.
Grocery y Store
322 NUUANU STltKKT,
and Klni; Street, next to
Has ojiened a Kirat-claiH Grocery filore
aa above. He will keep always on hnml
the llest and l'Vesheal
American aud English Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do his beet to pleaae all
Purchases delivered to all imrts
of the City.
XvdC-u.t-vxa.1 aToloplxoxie) S57.
1ST. S. SACHS,
The Popular Millinery House,
104 Fort Str
This delicious temperance drink not only quenches
thirst, but promotes and preserves good health.
There's no drink in the world like HIRES' ROOT
HEhiR, in composition, in preparation, or in popula
rity. Its wonderful success is a matter of history,
and can only be cxplitined by the fact that people
everywhere recognize nn-i appreciate its health aud
pleasure-giving qualities. They will not drink the
worthless and injurious substitutes.
$33" Ask your storekeeper for it. Made only
by Tho Charles E. Hires Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
"Wo have used oor three dozen bottles of Hires' Hoot Beor this sea
son, and II ml ft tho most delicious und healthful eiriuk in tho market. Jas.
F. Hammkh, 1120 2d Ave., Altootm, l'a., U. 8. A."
"Wo havo used your Root Ik-or in our family over three years, winter
and Minimer. and would not do without it. Wo drink it instead of wnter
Mihh Liri'lM'orr, Cor. 2d and l'ino Sts.,
IIoukok Duua Company-
Hknson, Smith & Company
holustkk duuo company,
Lewis & Company
l'. O. 1I0X 481
PACIFIC GUANO & FERTILIZER CO.
O. N. WII.COX President.
k V; . ' AUKKHU) Vice-President.
T. MAY Auditor.
K. HUHK Secretary aud Treasurer.
OUK NEW WOKICS AT KALUIl beiuB completed, we aro now ready.,
to Furiiihh all kinds of
A HTI FJ CIAL FERTILIZERS
A 1-80 KKKP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Pacific (iuano. Potash,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
Hill' ll atlmtfoil i?lvli In Anl..l. nf U.,11. ... ... I I I. m i..
All UoJd. are K'ir.n.eo"i hi efery
tW Fur lurther parlloalara
Ed. Holfschlaeger & Co. :-:
"Household" Sewing Micblnes,
Umd Stwlog Micblnes, with ill the litest Improvements.
Westermijer's Cottigt PIiiii.
Parlor; Organs, Guitars, ind otber Instruments.
Caniedn, N. J., U. 8. A.
l.t1).. . .
MUTUAL TKLK. 07
Nitrate of Soda,
Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
ict. ' " .
Gnauo fc Fertilizer
Hit W. AVKUDAM. Manawr.
and Bethel Streets.