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TRIAL OF BOWLER.
He Is Charged With Misprision
for arms, noitlior did ho loll him
Hint a vossol had been sent to pro
otiro arms, romemher telliiiK Bowlor
on Saturday evening. Jan. fi, that
arms had boon landed at Diamond
Head; do not know whethor Bowlor
reported to Walker; told Bowlor on
Saturday ovoning; Jan. G, about
abandoning of original plans; told
Walker that ho was to tako tho samo
position, viz . police station, on tho
Saturday aftornoou boforo tho up
rising; witness went to his house to
1 tell Turn; the Fern boys to assist
Bowlor in taking tho tolephono wore
Joe and Ilonry Forn; learned about
I tho Ferns' feelings from Bortel-
Nowleln Says ihe Prisoner Pf mlsfd to I mTon'Kinney-Townseud told wit-
! ness on Friday morning that tho
arms wore landed; witness had de
tailed him to go out on tho stoamor
Waimaualo and laud tho arms; saw
Warren that samo day; ho had gone
on tho schooner and lator camo on
board tho steamer Waimaualo;
Townsond and Warren woro iu tho
fight at Diamond Head; the revolu
tion was for tho restoration of tho
A recess was taken till 1:30 o'clock.
Capke tin BM Telephone
LATE FOREIGN HEWS.
San Francisco, Jan
fl'cr S. 8. Australia.
Tho Military Commission opened
promptly at It) o'clock, and minutes
woro read by Limit. J. W. Jones.
J iiilgo Advocate Kinney announced
that J. F. Bowler would appear be
fore tho Commission for trial.
After swearing of tho Commission
tho charge against the prisoner was
road. It is misprision of treason
during throe mouths past by con
cealing knowledge of treason and
not apprising a member of the
Executive council, marshal, HuerifT,
or deputy slier i u of the same. Speci
fications woro then read which were
GEttMAN EMPEROR'S BIRTHDAY
Consul Hnckfeld Entertains a Largo
Party at Luncheon
Yesterday was tho thirty-seventh
anniversary of tho birth of Emperor
William of Germany. There was a
pretty display of Hags from vessels
iu tho harbor, and the Gorman com
mercial ensign was lloatmg at the
residences of Germans, besides the
imperial llac at both the residouco
in elfect that Samuel Nowloiu was i nU( t, ouieo of tho Consul
tiuilty of treason by conspiring at
divers times to overthrow the Re
public of Hawaii by force and de
spatched a vessel from a foreign
port, and that J. F. Bowlor, having
knowledge of tho same, did not dis
close it to any member of tho Exe
cutive council, any court of record,
marshal, sherilT or deputy sheriff.
l'aul Xoumauo appeared for Mr.
Bowler. Ho argued against the
jurisdiction of the Military Com
mission, on the ground that there
was no actual war existing iu Ha
waii. Secondly, that martial law
ilia not create the authority ol a
trial by a military commission.
Thirdly, that the charge, misprision
of treason, is a statutory crime and
not a crime iu ac'ual war. Fourthly,
that such being the case Mr. Bowler
was entitled io a trial before a jury
and the courts of tho Republic.
Tho Court deliberated with closed
doors, and on ro opening tho taking
of evidence was proceeded with.
Mr. Bowlor declined to plead un
der advice of counsel to both charge
Samuel Nowlein, sworn, states:
Took part iu tho rebellion of Jan. IS
and 7 for tho restoration of tho mon
archy; was present at meetings at
Gulick's placo where plans of the
rebellion woro discussed; meetings
woro hold in October, November and
December; arms were sent for to the
coast; a schooner brought thorn ami ,
tho steamer Waimaualo lauded them;
planned to enlist men; but ween five
and seven hundred men woro enlist- I
od; had plans to tako tho station '
house, telephone buildings, electric
light station; they woro witness plans
originally and were submitted to the
others; witness asked Bowler to take
the Bell telephone building; Bowler
said he would go there; talk occur
red Friday or Saturday boforo Now I
Year's; tho Waimaualo wont to sea
for the arms on Friday, Dec. 28; talk
with Bowler occurred on wituoss' '
veranda at his house; asked Bowler -because
witness know that his feel
ings were with tho royalists; know !
ho was a royalist sinco the overthrow ,
of the Queen; Bowler was to tako
possession of the Bell telephone of
fice and stop communications;
Bowler asked witness who would be
detailed with him, and witness
said that ho would give him
tho Fern boys, employees of
tho Tramways; know liertelmauu,
told him to toll Bowler to take the
Bell Telephone with tho Foru boys;
saw Joe Foru on Jan. !t on a tram
car; witness told him that he would
like to see him and his brother at
Fawaa at ll:!i0 o'clock that night;
there was planning to make a raid
on tho cityat 1 o'clock Friday a. in.;
wanted to see tho Fern boys so that
ho would give them their arms;
Bowler knew that there was to be
an uprising that morning; told him
ttio Thursday morning; did not go
to soo the Kern boys because had
learned that tho matter had been
exposed to the police; learned ol
this at It) i). m.; the gathering of
natives al Kakauko was dispersed;
saw B.mlor the Saturday evening
following; at that time the anus had
been lauded at Diamond Head; the
origiual plaus had been changed
and told Bowler to report to Tom
Walker; tho next date fixed for the
revolution was Monday morning,
Jan. 7, at (J o'clock; the mon were to
march into town from Diamond
Ilea1 1 on the Waiulao road along
Berotauia street; at Alapai street
half of tho men were to go along
King street and the other ou llro
luuia street as far as the Police Sta
tion; wituoss did not think that In
told Bowler about the second date,
only told him to report to Walker;
Walker was assigned to tho Police
Station; saw Bowler and asked him
where ho was on that Thursday
night, and he said ho was at Gulick's
house; forty men were dot ailed under
Walkor to tako tho Station House;
the leaders of the squads woro armed
with pistols; those men woro to rush
iu nuil tako the Station House; Bowlor
knew of this, because wituoss had
told him; the plan about taking the
tolephono ollico was abandoned for
the last attempt.
Cross-examination Have mado a
confession to tho authorities; did so
on Wednesday; was nrrostod on
Monday after the outbreak; mado
tho confession at tho station house
Iu tho nresouco of Kinuoy, Robert
sou, All. Carter: made confession to
no one else; witness was promised
his life: ho was asked to toll every
thing lie know; know a good mauy
white men who are sympathizers
with tho royalists; have uo hostile
feeling against any of them; wituoss
did state that ho gave up bocause
tho white men did not appear; did
not toll Bowlor that anyone had tout
The Kansas Houso has adopted a
concurrent resolution calling ou
Kansas Souators and Representa
tives in Congress to favor an amend
ment to tho Constitution of tho
United States providing for tho
election of United States Senators
by diroot voto of tho people.
SEniOOS STIIIKE IN BROOKLYN.
An electric railway strike in
Brooklyn has produced so much dis
order that tho militia had to bo
called out. Tho local force not be
ing suflicient, a brigade was sent
over from Now York. Several Bori
ous collisions happened between
mniiia mon aim me sinners, in
driving back tho crowd tho militia
inflicted bayonet wounds ou several
persons including a woman.
Iu lnihi gulUUtt.
MONDAY, JAN. 28, 1M5
Batiirhay, Jan. 23.
Stmr Klliuiea Hon (rem Haftnli
Bcnuay, .tan, 27.
0 8 8 Am rnlln, Hoinllette, from San
Stmr Iwnlnnl from Hawaii ami Maul
Stmr Keanhoii from Makawell
ritnir Jiiiiici Mnkce from Knuni
Stiur rinuillno from Maul
Stmr Miknhnlti from Knuni
Monday, Jan. 23.
8tmr l'clo from Wnlmoa
Saturday, Jan. 20.
Hkt'.o 8 0 Wilder for 8nn i'rancico
Monday, Jan, 2S.
Htmr .In in pi Makee for Knpna nt 4 p m
Stmr Kenulicm for Wnlanae
Stmr tahrni for Moloknl at 0 p in
light Years of Suffering
Perfect Cure by Hood's Sarsaparilla
0.1, Hood U Co., Lowell, Mast.t
"DwBlrsi We hare tried Uood't Barsapa
rttlft and find It to be all you claim (or It My
wife m polioned j lrr when a young woman,
end for tight yeari wai troubled awr teuoa
At noon to-day J. F. IlackfoM,
Consul for Germany, entertained, ac
cording to tho invariable custom of
the Consulate, tho ofllcial, profos-
sioual and business community in
I general, at luncheon. It was a splon
I did collation comprising tho most
i delicious fish, fowl, egg and vego
I table salads, toothsome sandwiches,
cako, etc., with accessories of fine
champagne wine and prime cigars.
Mr. Hack fold was assisted in receiv
ing callers by Messrs. K Suhr and
W. Woltors, his partners in tho firm
i of H. Hackfold & Co., also members
of the firm's largo staff of account-
' ants and clerks, which comprises
Mesrs. C. Bosso (cashier), F. Klamp,
G. 11. Grau, U. Schultzo, C. Duison-
i berg, Jos. Couradt, C. Cadendyk, J.
F and August Humborg, A. Isouberg,
George Hodiek, U Hugo, W. Pfoton-
hauor, P. A. Dias and C. Thoel.
i Among those who called woro tho
following: Chief Justico Judd, Miu-
I istor of Foreign Affairs F. M. Hatch,
Miuistor of tho Interior J. A. King,
Attoruoy-Gonoral W. O. Smith; A.
S. Willis, United States Minister;
Ellis Mills, United States Consul
Ueuoral; A. G. S. llawes, British
Commissioner: A. do S. Canavarro,
Portutrueso Charge d'Affaires; F. A.
Schaofer, Italian Consul aud Dean
of Consular Corps; II. Keujes, Mexi
can Consul; J.Hotiug, Chilian Con
sul; F. W. Macfarlauo. Danish Con
sul; Bruco Cartwright, Peruvian
Consul; Chas. S. Weight, (acting)
Consul for Swodon and Norway; W.
F. Allen, president of the Advisory
Council; Senator W. C. Wilder, A.
S. Hartwell, Col. Teed of tho Los
Angoles (Cal ) city couucil, H. A.
Widouiaun, F. Buchholtz, P. It.
Ijouborg, Captain Ahlborn J. G.
Spencer, Col. W. A. Whiting ami
colleagues oi ino military oiuuiia
hion; Capt. Johu Good, Capt. C. W.
Zioglor, Dr. Cooper, Lieut. J. W.
Jones and other officers of tho Na
tional Guard of Hawaii,
i Tho Govornmout baud, stationed
in frout of tho Consulate, under the
! leadership of Professor U. Borgor,
I played appropriate selections, begin
I ninir and ending with the Gorinau
national anthem -"Watch on the
1 H iino. Quo of the numbers was
the "Song to Aegir," lately composed
by Emperor William himself, aud its
much admired by tho
company, this composition uas
been praised on its merits iy me
European critics, and its sale up to
latest accounts had realized $10,000.
Tho proceeds aro devoted by tho
Emperor to the erection of a church.
Mr. Hackfold is to bo congratulat
ed upon the handsome manner iu
which ho has caused his Emperor's
birthday to bo observed.
HE CHANGED HIS PLANS.
Wilcox Wanted to Go to Obina aud
Bring Moruiio Hunt.
Tho following letter from Hubert
V. Wilcox to Celso Cicar Morouo
is telegraphed back from Washing
ion to the Examiner:
"Dhaii Moiik.no: I am tired of tho
Hawaiian question, aud don't bother
myself about it. Ttiero are too many
cowards, and frauds, and fools in
the ranks of tho Royalists thossmo
l lint brought or rather allowed to
make a successful revolution hero
through the cowardice of thoso iu
power. If they oulv realized their
Miiallucss then aud allowed mo my
proper position iu the army, 1 would
have made Stevens know his posi
lion. He would not thou have tried
io violate ills duties, nor would no
nave dared to assibt iu overturning
i ho kingdom of the queen.
"My whole idea uow is centered
ou China, and you should nut bo
surprised if I como to Washington
by uuxt mouth. China i- uow open
lor mo to make a splendid career
aud become a groat man, rather than
to stay here among ignorant states
men, who do not understand me.
My life has beou wasted horo thoso
last five or six yoars.
"Tho queen thinks a groat deal of
you. Wo Had a long conversation
last Sunday, aud I told her that she
must have a premier who has brains,
and she said to send to you to come
as soon as she should bo restored, as
sho has nobody horo. If she had
had auy thought of that when hIio
was ou her throne sho would still be
"But tho only hope I have, should
I be successful in China, would bo
an alliance with this couutry, to be
made immediately to save Hawaii's
independence and that of the Ha
waiiaus. Tho Hawaiians are with
their queen, aud they all prefer to
starve rather than join tho mission
ary 'Republic' farce. My best aloha
to you. R. W. Wilcox,"
AN OLD STATESMAN nETIItES.
Tho Duko of Argyll has anuounced
his retiromout from public life, after
having fainted while speaking at
Glasgow. Next to Mr. Gladstone,
ho has had tho longest and most
noteworthy career of anyone now in
English parliamentary life. The
Duke succeeded to his title iu 1817.
In 1852 he was iu tho Cabinet. His
oldest sou, tho Marquis of Lorno, is
married to the Queen's daughter,
th" Princess Louise.
Tho Duke will always be kindly
romombered by Americans, for ho
was about the only one among tho
lintish nobility who snowed auy re
gard for tho Union. He was not
only staunch throughout all our
troubles, but he has been the con
stant friend of America aud Amer
icans over since. He was intimate
with Mr. Motley long boforo Motloy
dreamed of being Minister to Eng
land, and was ouo of tho earliest to
greet the historian ou his arrival in
Loudon as Envoy.
fauiie is rnusmr.NT of fiunci:.
France has escaped tho nielau-
cholo distinction of being tho first
country to fall into tho hands of the
revolutionists. Felix Fan re, a mo
derate Republican aud a member of
tho preseut Cabinet, was elected
President of tho Republic by the
National Asombly at Versailles, on
January 17, to succeed President
Casimir-Porior, resigned. Ho ro
coived -130 voles on t lie second ballot
against UGl cast for the Radical can
didate, M. Brisson.
The credit for this conservative
victory is given to tho handful of
royalists rumaiuiut; iu parliament.
They woro patriotic enough to throw
their votes for Fan re instead of no
minating a candidate of their own.
There was a division of the moder
ate republicans between Fauro and
Waldock-Roussoau, which might
have proved fatal to their cause iiad
not the royalist votes helped Fan re
to get 211 on tho first ballot against
!W8 for Brisson aud 181 for Waldock
Roussoau. As soon as tho result
was known Waldock-Roussoau wrote
tho following note: "1 thank my
colleagues of tho Senate ami Cham
ber for the honor done me iu accord
iuir mo their support. I beir them
now to transfer their votes to Felix
Fauro." Tho second ballot was be
gun without debate and united Re
The corrospondont of tho Now
York Sun says: The attitude of Paris
throughout tho crisis has boon won
derfully calm. Popular indifloronoo
was so complete that it impressed
me it was an ominous feature of the
situation. Tho Parisians have be
come so disquieted by an oudloss
series of political scandals that it is ,
nlitmaf I rim Mini tltutr linv. lrwt. intl. .
lidouco in all public men of all par
ties, The next step after this stage t
reaches Franco is apt to bo an indis
criminate visitation of popular ven
geance, which would not Iw confined '
to tho ballot box, as in America.
There aro more grave scandals to be
uucovorod before tho exposures aro
complete. Hence the political tor
por of tho Paris masses must bo re
garded as a bad sign.
THE IX-I'nESIDENT DENOUNCED.
Public criticism of Casimir-Porior
boforo his resignation was severe
enough, but it is not to bo com
pared to the storm of execration
which still rages abmt him. "Cow
ard." "traitor," "deserter," "second
Judas," "auother Dreyfus," aro
among tho epithets hurled at him.
The almost unanimous verdict of
the European press condemns him.
It is impossible to believe that ho
will rest silent under such abuse.
His dofouso, when ho chooses to
make it, will contain some highly in
r-UKTENDEHS ON THE MOVE.
The only gleam of humor in the
trying hours of this crisis has beou
I lie solemn advance made by the
Duko of Orliais from London to
Dover iu the hope of being called
across tho channel to mount the
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
MgJedK lsV U"
Stmr Mlknliata for Kannl nt 3 t in
Stmr Iwalnni (or Kaiml at 4 p m
stmr Claiullne tor ports on Manl at ft p in
with the breaking out and terrible ttchlniand
burning. I thought hen wu at bad a cue a
anyone erer had. But wm In thli dlitremng
condition erery year until the began to Uke
Stmr l'ili for Hntimiinnlti at 12 in
Stmr Wnlntonlo for Iahnlua, Kukullmole
Stmr Klimii fnr Mnul ami Hawaii nt 2 it 111 i Hood's larMDarllla. which hat effected a per
reel eure, wiuioui tearing any tears, uu ua
No Sign of th Poison Since.
Bh It well and hearty. I hare taken Hood's
Bartaparllla alter the grip IUi good reiultt, aud
hare also gtren It to our four children. We are
atlptoturei of perfect health and owe It to
rfood't SartapRillla." J. C. Fhkbman, Van
dalla. Illinois. . ., , ,.,.. '
N. II. II you decide to take llood'a Sanapa
rtlU do not be Induced to buy uny other Instead,
This Space is Reserved
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The Popular Millinery House,
104 Fort St, KCorLol-iol-CL.
Oargooa from Island Forts.
Stmr 1'o'e 38111 liaiis augur.
Simr Ivalnul -IMrJ lint's sugar.
Stmr Keaiihou 31IJS bugs aiigar,
Stmr Jits Makeo SUM hairs sugar,
Stmr Miknlinla-r000 lire sugar, CO bag
pla, tl bdl greoii liltle, II pkgs sun
dries. Stmr Olntidhio U,lltl bags sugar, t) bags
corn, I.'VI bag po'ntoci, 18 bags beans, I
I'l head enttlu, 'M head hugi and J
From K-itial, per stmr Mlkabala, Jan 27
-I)r niters, A M Sproull, O K KMior, II
M Smith, 0 II Kamlllkauo, Mitt K liana
Ike, Ml.sK I'nnland 17 deck.
1'rom Maul, pc stmr Claudlnc, Jan. 27
Mrs C li Wight, Mailer Sam Wight, iuibt
uxtiurd, C 11 Klui'Kt'l. J A Hniliooh, Ko
datua, wifo and 2 children, nud 17 deck.
1'rom San Francisco, per S S Australia,
Jan 27 Capt I. Aliliiom, W N Armstrong.
Ouo Arnot and wife, Newell lleoman, K K
Brown, Elmer K Drown and wife, Mrs W
11 llailoy, Miss Hullo), M 8 Curruy and
wife, Mini Currv. Mst M Curruy, Miss
Cornurll, MI-5 M V. Dickson, 11 K Drub gli,
Hubert l.dton, fMlti Shaw, Capt Jonlan,
Jus A Wilder. Mrs Adiplral llcnnlsloe. MIm
Dulgado, Mrs 1 J Wurl cb, child mid maid,
Mrs Gin K l'u. rclr Id, Miss Fairclnld, Capt
J Uooil, Mrs (iMiliam. 11 ilolluker, ltobt It
Hind nnd wlfu. W 1 Harrison. K M Hatch
and wife, Ml-s Hutch. F V Hamilton, U H
Junes and wife, M ss kimfmun, IIU liHigh,
wife and 2 servants, K C Montengle, JO
nolhvwll, Kilwur.l I'cnrsuaud wlfu, N lied
mouil, II M Staattand wife, S H Selano, 0
Siocckle, U F Sulinll, Charles F Sawyer, Col
FTied. W Watr-rlmuoi'. W (1 Wheulock,
MIh-i Itelle Idit, Ml M J llruwn, Ml s K
For Sjdnix, tier 0 A 8 8 Miowera Juu 20
Mr mill Mrs lrydalo.
Hood's Pitts are hand made, and perfect
lu proportion and appearance. 23c. per box.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Bole Agent for tho Kotmbllo of HnwMI.
KF.TON-At ri'tmlu, Hnwall, on Janu
ary 18, IKK. to the wlfu of 11. II. Kttu
tun, a daughter.
UICAIt -In llilioity, January 20, 1WI5, to
the wife ol A. V. Hear, a duuubter.
KKAHI.N'Ul-AttbeKiipIoluiil Maternity ' OUllilty
Hum", Juu. 20, tu the wife ul C. M. WM.:
Kvahinul, a mim.
ATWATF.lt In tliisclty, January 27. 1!,
to the wifu of W. U. Atwator, a
toward oHtiiblisliin the stand
ing of a business houi in any
coininui'ity, and the good-will
and patronngv w'e have had
during tho -n-t forty yoars in
dicate, not on y that we have
the roi'UiiAit AiMMiovAi., hut
that those who h vo dea t
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tionR. We attract and retain pat
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ilironn of Fraupo. Today's iltn
patulum toll that each of tho littlo
(roup of protmidorn iu thuir respoc
livo rutreats folt niii'ou raged to bo
liuvu that tho psychologieal moment
had arrived when thoy would bo
perniittod "to savo Frnnee,"
It is uuedless to say that theru has
not for auy iubtant boon tho romotost
thought in a sunsiblo Frenchman's
mind of turniug for suecor to auy
of thoso high-born weaklings. I do
not deny that tho opportunity has
existed aud probably will uoiuo again
boforo tho campaign of tho social
i evolutionists ends, for terribly olfoo
tivo work by "tho man ou horseback,"
if ho rxiatixlj but ho is not hero, aud
thoro is no sign of his coming.
Sonior Captain I'arkor up to this
morning souured thirty-nine of tho
rebels' pistols, all iu good condition.
With each niatol is a box containing
fifty rounds of ammunition. Six of
tho pistols woro found yesterday in
the homes of Niolo aud William Olo
pau, and near tho California Feed
Co.'s warehouse, where John Bnka,
ouo of tho robots, was employed.
is a fair aud comprehensive
example of a cheap and un
ci ntered lens. You think you get the same amount of relief
from a cheap glass, because it may have tho same amount of
refractive power as the more costly. See whero the above
lens focuses. See tho scattering of rays. Ah much spheri
cal aberration in such glasses as there is alienation of the
mind in an insane person ; yet this is tho general run of
glasses you buy chtap. How long will your sensitive eye
stand this strain? Why, until they are ruined entirely. Can
you afford to wear such glai-ses, simply because they cost
you a little less than the perfect? No, a thousand times, No.
iTou could not if thoy were given you with a bonus. We
will not sell fetich glasses; would not bo guilty of giving
thorn away. But we guarantee to lit every manner of com
plicated case with the proper and correctly ground glass, and
to give perfect satisfaction.
o. n wn.cox
J. '. liACM Kl.l)
T MAY .. ..
.Secretary and Treasurer.
Ol I! NKW WnitlCS AT KALI 111 being completed, wo aro now
to lMirni-ii all kinds of
A KTI VI CJ A L FERTILIZERS
Al.fU KKKP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
laeilic ituano Potash,
Sulphate of A mm nia,
Nitrate of Soda,
Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
tllikiul allt-lliiou u'lvrli lu A nl nil nf
All O.hhIh are gmiratreuJ In every rapect.
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BoIIh by oar Agricultural Cbsulit.
Pur urther particulars apply to
Paoiflo Goano k Fertilizer
Dlt. W. AVKUDAM. Manauer.
Ed. Huifschlaeger & Co.
"Uousebols" Sewing Machines,
Hind Stwlng Machines, with ill tb litest improTemeois.
Westermiyer's Cottage Pianos.
Parlor Organs, Guitars, and otoer Instruments.
King and Bethel Streets.
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