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THURSDAY, JAN. 31, 1815
MORE (T'N THE PLOT.
' Thursday, Jttn. 31.
Bk Martha DavN. Soulc, (or San Fran
cisco . .
Qer bk I'ftnl IGiilicri! (or ban trnnolsco
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
iicr s mr Jnt Mnkoe,
Evidence t o Convict Y, Y. Ash
ford of Guilty Knowledge,
ih'j Cour. Decides to Admit Evidence
Aboj t Destroyed Docaments.
The bark Mntllia Davis, Captain Bottle,
took 13.IUMI onus o( siiuar, shipped by 0.
Uniwcr it Co J 2733 bas do , ami WUS bagi
khlpiied by Casilo & Oooko (oi Ban brnn
cihco to-day. Dotm-stlo value, 07,031 1 0.
'J ho bark Paul Ixtfiibcrg, On, tain Wish
miiim, took AJ,3il bagi m:nr, shipped by
It. HackieM .t On., i.nd7S73 bnK BUgar,
shipped by M B (Irlnbaniu Si Co , (or Bun
Friuielseo to-day. Domcttlc value, JULIUS.'.!?.
l.OUAJ. AND UKNKHAX NVWti
A notice to doliuquout tax payors
appears in this issuo.
Anolhur rainy puriod is ou, hoavy
showers occurring nightly.
. Visiting tourists aro finding it
ratlior dull ou account of martial
Captain Paul Smith, superinten
dent oi the drudge, is still on duty
at the Court-martial.
Macadam material is being do-
posited on Alakett street by dump
cars running on the tramways.
Since the present visitation of mud
began, the principal street crossings
have been Kept fairly well cleaned.
Marshal Hitchcock by public no
tice allows saloons to sell draught
beer only, from G a.m. to G p.m., un
til further notiee.
Itobert W. Wilcox, before going
iuto the madcap insurrection, had
been oUcred $500 a mouth to go to
China as a drill instructor.
The quarterly meeting of the
Straugors' Friend Society will bo
held at 10 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing iu the parlors of the Y. M. C. A.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Tonus: 2i and 50
cents per night; 1 auu !. per
Robert N. Boyd was released from
custody on Saturday at 3 o'clock.
Court convened at 9:30 o'clock.
Minutes wore road and approved.
Charles Warrou, sworn, states:
AVas sent on board a foroign schoou
or aud catno back on tho steamer
VVaimanalo aud lauded arms at Dia
mond Head; was sout by Sam Now
Oeorgo Townsond, sworn, states:
Assisted in lauding arms that were
need on Jan. (i ami 7; loft informa
tion at Jtabhit Island that arms had
boon socured; reported at Washing
W. O Smith, sworn, states: Am
Attorney-General j the government
had information lato Sunday even
ing, .Van. G, that arms had been land
ed at Diamond Head; it was a sur
prise to tho government.
William F. Kaao, sworu, states:
Am secretary of tho ox-Queen; acted
as such tup to tho timo of arrest; en
grossed eleven commissions ou Dec.
27 for cabinet ministers, associate
justices mid governors; was shown
how to fill them out by Gulick; tho
ex-Queen told witness that Bho de
stroyed them; witness has since
visiteil Washington Placo aud made
search for them, but thoy wore no
where to bo fouutl.
Counsol for Ashford objected to
tho introducing of evidence regard
ing tho commissions uuloss tho ori
ginals could bo produced.
Tho Court retired for deliberation,
aud returning auuouncod its dec!
sion to bo that, prima facio ovidonco
having been given that tho papers
had exiitti'd, tho prosecution would
bo allowed to divulgo their contents.
This was, howovor, ou tho under
standing thattho,Judgo Advocato
connect tho evidence with tho ac
Witnoss continuing Tho Com
missions containod appointments of
R. W. Wiluox, S. Nowlein, O. T.
Gulick aud C. W. Ashford; C. W
any intimation from V. V. Ashford
that there was to bo an uprising;
witnoss only mado arrangement for
Nowloin to rnoot( V. V. at his office.
Cross-examination: Remombor S.
Nowloin calling at witnoss' office
during early part Dec. about land
business; had short talk with Now
loin at Long Branch, Waikiki, by
appointmont; wanted to soo Now
lein about snmo information regard
ing Bush, Nawahi aud Crick; wit
ness sent the tnessago by a hackman.
Judge Advocate Kinuoy desired
tho divulgonco of the namo of the
Mr. Ashford would not divulgo
tho name, as ho had previously
stated that ho conscientiously ob
jected bringing in the names of those
not directly connected with tho mat
ter. Ho refused to give tho name.
Judge Advocato Kinney argued
that tliu witness had gone on tho
stand voluntarily and ho should
tako tho consequences.
MEETING OF COUNCILS.
THE PHILADELPHIA OFFI0EE8.
that he had boon implicated iu tho
The Friend is out early for Feb
ruary, having been issued to catch
the Australia's mail. It contains a
couuocted account of tho rebellion
aud its suppression.
United Carriage Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
ways roady at tho call of "2.K)," fur
uishes fine livery outfits at the short
est notice good horses and nice
carriages, from buggy to wagonette.
G. II. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory refereucos. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to lw the name as don
II. G. Biart has removed from
Kiug street to tho store of Chris
Gertz, Fort street. There ho will
repair watches aud make souvenir
spoons aud jewelry of every descrip
tion. Having been tho practical
watchmaker for Wonnor & Co. ten
years, he needs no pulling.
.in ".I ..,.. r ... "I . li VJUllUll UUU Jt IT. 3l
i no auu oriuos luuuu no eviuenco Ashftml mado two cal! on tho ex.
Queen during Decombor at Wash
ington Place; these visits wore dur
ing tho trial of Bush aud Nawahi;
think visits wero bo lorn tho ex
Queen signed thn commissions.
Cross-examination Tho ox-Queen
had law business regarding the
transfer of tho lease of tho McKib
bin premises to the Queen; don't re
member that any lawyer was en
gaged; made first statement at tho
station; witnoss was told that he
would ho hung if he didu't tell tho
truth; ho was also told that every
thing was known and that he had
bettor toll tho truth; was not told
why ho was arrested aud no charge
had been made against him.
To tho Court Mr. Kinuoy mado
tho throat that there was enough
evidence in tho bauds of tho Gov
ernment to hang witness; that was
on tho day after tho ox-Queon was
Tho prosecution rosted.
A recess was taken till 1:15 o'clock.
Pay Ordorod lor Citizens' Guard
and Voluntoors Immigration
Thero was a meeting of tho Exe
cutive aud Advisory Councils iu tho
Foroign office this aftornoou. Pres
ident Dole was present, also Minis
tors Hatch, King, Damon and Smith;
Councillors Allen, chairman, Eua,
Touuey, Morgan. Nott, Bolto, Men
donca, Emmelutli, D. B. Smith. Ken
nodv, O. B. Wood, Hosuior aud Geo.
President Dole submitted a reso
lution which was adopted, provid
ing that members of the Citizens'
Guard aud tho Voluntoor military
companies be paid each $2 a day for
the time of service iu suppressing
tho lato insurrection. The police
aro to have nothing excepting their
Up to date the bills on account
of special police amount to fit 10.50,
and Citizens' Guard to $1 ,507. One
huudrod special police aro still em
ployed, -10 of them iu tho mouuted
Au act relating to the immigra
tion of aliens and foreigners under
contract, service came up for third
It was slighted amended, upon
objections raised by Mr. Emtneluth,
and passed its final reading by unan
imous vote on tho call of ayes and
Mr. Emmoluth askod tho Minister
of tho Interior why the regular pri
soners could not bo brought out aud
worked on tho roads.
Miuistor Kiug replied that tho
prisoners wore in charge of tho Mar
shal, aud would bo put to work
whenever tho Marshal allowed it.
Miuistor Smith said it had been
thought necessary when the trouble
broko out, to keep tho regular pri
soners confined, and it had not been
as vet deemed advisable to have them
going iu and out. He added that
for different reasons all tho prisons
iu thn islands wuro now crowded.
Prisoners wore now at work on tho
Hilo aud Hamakua aud the Volcano
Chairmau Allen placed tho new
members iu vacancies ou committees
caused by resignations.
At 2:35 tho Councils wout iuto ex
They Call Upon Prosidont Dole and
Admiral Beardsleo, Commandor '
Cotton, Captain Cochrano and Liou-
tonaut Fox, of tho U. S. Philadel
phia, wero officially presontod to
President Dole and cabinot this
morning. Tho carriages convoying
tiie party entered tne Executive
building yard at 11:15 o'clock. Com
panies E and F of the National
Guard of Hawaii, uuder Captain
Ziegler and Lieutenants Coyne and
Ludwig, woro stationed along thu
driveway, as also was tho Govern
ment band, under Prof. Berger.
Both ou the party's entering and ,
leaving tho building the guards pre
sented arms aud the band played
"The Star Spangled Banner.'' Col.
John II. Sopor accompanied tho
naval visitors. Thoy woro mot at '
tho stops by Albert S. Willis, United ,
Stales Minister Plenipotentiary, who
accompanied them to the Executive
chamber upstairs aud introduced
them to the President aud his col-
Norman D. Young
Ottdtwn, N. Y.
leagues. After tho reception, which j
last oil but a few minutes, during '
which felicitations woro exchanged.
Minister Hatch escorted Admiral
Beardsleo through tho principal
bureaus, this being his first visit. I
Chiof Justico Judd, W. O. Smith, W.
F. Allen aud many othor prominont
men exchanged greetings with the
visitors. A detachment from Co. A '
was stationed on tho veranda.
Somo time ago Mr.
batiin of San Luis Bey, Cal., was
troubled with a lame back and rheu-1
matisrn. Ho used Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and a prompt euro was ,
effected. He says ho has since ad-1
vised many of his friends to try it i
aud all who have done so have spoken '
highly of it. It is for sale by all
dealers. Bousou, Smith & Co., Agents
for Hawaiian Islands.
Helpless as an Infant
After Pneumonia Weighed 80 lbs
Hood's Snrsaparllla Mndo Htm Fl
Young a Boy.
"0. 1. Rood A Co., I.owfll, Mmi.i
"Gentlemen I wlili to iprm myirratttal
Uunki (or Hood's Hiriaparllla. I am ou my
stsdUi bottle and It has trulrbien aliening
torn jnlland wife. 1 hnd serert attack ol
pnsumonla laat December, and it was thought
I should die, but I gradually pulled through,
and then did not Mem to gain auy ilrstiKtli, I
had to lis hetntd like an Infant, and had (alien
away (rom 1S to so lb. I read about Hood's
Bariapirllla, and I decided to take It.
I Soon Gained In Strength
o that I could itt up, and then haTlnit a serer
pain In the small of my back, sent (or a TusSana
rln-KIUlog Plaster, which soon oured me ol
that trouble. Today I (eel as nell as erer Is
my life, and as young as a boy, although I an
InmyOMtjear. I cannot eipreM the gratitude
n( my heart (or Hood's Harsaiiarllla." Nohmam
1). Youxa, Otudawa, Otsego Co., New York.
Hood's Pills cure CmtlMlon by restor
tag the pcrlttulllo action of the ullrueuUry canal
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Bole Agents (or tlm Kopnblic of HrwbII.
ONK-HALF OF HOUSE
on Ntniunu Avomio,
rolisUtltit- of Four llooms
mid Until Kminlre at the
A Good Dray!
"1'. 0. IIOX 291."
0. O Borgor's Will Suit Against
Contractor Fook Bluhop Estate.
U. A. Wideraaun has filed a peti
tion for probate of tiie will of the
lato C. O. Bergor, aud thu appoint
ment of Martha Birgor (widow),
John M, Dowsett and H. A. Wide
maun as executors, they beiug nomi
nated in thu will to serve without
bonds. Tho estate consists of I'M
shares Waianau stock, furniture, etc.,
aua is valued at $20,000. The heirs
are the widow aud four minor chil
dren, who are also named iu tho will
as devisees and legatees. Decedent j was also talk about the wholesale ar
leaves his estate to his wid"W dtiriiu
Court con vonod at 1:15 o'clock.
Mr. Neumann asked that thu evi
deuco of W. Kaao bo stricken out.
He objected to tho statement that
V. V. Ashford had beou appointed
as Associate Justico and that his
commission had been made out.
Judge Advocato Kinney suggested
that A-hford bo placed ou the stand
to deny that ho was awaro he had
Mr. Noumauu'a objection was sus
tained. C. W. Ashford, sworn, states: Know
Nowloin j had intercourse with him;
last spoke to him ou Saturday, Dee.
29; have not spoknu to him since; at
our conversation thero was some
thing said about tho searching for
arms or wn-niugtou nave; mere
life fur support of herself aud chil
dren, and afterward to be equally
divided between tho children. Ho
requests that his fuueral shall bo
simple, without show or ostenta
tion. Thu will was exocuted Decem
ber 21, 1891, and a codicil ou Decem
ber 20, directing the payment of
premiums ou a certain insurance
policy on the life of a relative.
Matt Braiiuagau, Charles L Rosr
an 1 WillNm Stanley briug ctiit
aguiiht A, Fot-k, with John II. Patv,
as president of the Uahu Railway Si
Laud Co,, garnishee, for $3293 iKl,
with interest from dat, for work
done ou tho railway extension.
Tu tho matter of J. A. Alfonso, of
Hilo, a bankrupt, tho schedules show
as follows: Assets iaio real estate,
$1575 92 persoualty, $3101.15 debts
due him. Claims agaiust estate
Tho annual account of the trus-'
tees of thu ostato of the lato Bornice
Pauahi Bishop has boeu rendered by
S. M. Damon, treasurer. It shows
receipts of $1-10,015.88 and expendi
tures of $185,980.-19, leaving, as an
overdraft allowed by Bishop A: Co.,
$39,331.01 ou the debit side,
A Kocoiumondatlon From Los An
geles 032 Castelar St., Los Anoeles, Cal.
After having suffered for a long
time from acute rheumatism without
obtaining relief, I used Chamber
lain's Pain Balm aud was almost im
mediately relieved. I highly recom
mend this as the best medicine
known, D, M. Hamilton, For salo
by Benson, Smith A: Co,, Ageuts for
the Hawaiian lalauds.
rests of royalists, and about business
matters; had talk with Nowloin about
six times; Nowlein said nothing to
witness about tho overthrow of the
government; spoke about the evi
dence of the Hush et al. conspiracy
case; did not know anything about
Nowleiu's plans; witness had heard
rumors; had no kuowledgu of the
landing of arms; heard rumors about
it after returning from Hilo; this
was ou Jau. -1; did not commuuicato
nuythiug to V. V. Ahford, his
brother, about auy such rumor;
Nowlein called on witness ou a Fri
day and told him not to go to Hilo,
its he feared that Washington Place
would be searched; wituoss replied
to Nowlein that his advice was that
t they would have to fight or submit
Iif a warrant was issuod; ho would,
howovor, advise Nowloiu to tolophono
to witness and ask him to bo on the
I ground so that lie (the witness)
could read tho warrant and answer
' as to its legality; on that Friday
I when wituoss intended to go to Hilo
lie told Nowlein that ho would suu
I ii..i . t.t.. i ii.... it r A.i.f..l.
Hlllllie Ilia lirumui, . . apimmi,
V. V. Ashford saw witnoss later and
said that ho was unable and wituoss
pioposed that they joiu partnership
aud thoy would eavo timo; wituoss
denied any kuowledgu of tho des
patching of the stoamer Wnimaualo
or that auy arms had been sent for
and woro to bo landed; it was under
stood that witnoss would boo V. V.
on Saturday, but thero was no such
arrangement as to Nojvloiu'H meet
ing V. V. ABhford on tho Waikiki
road; all tho topics discussed be
tween STowloiu aud wituoss woro
about the Boarch" of Washington
Placo for arnwand possible arrests
of royalists; wituoss did not recoive
WANT NO MORE W. W. ASX0R8
Lady Honry Somorsut Bays Eng
land Is 7 oaring Down tho Aris
tocracy At Boston roceully, in responso to
a spooch of welcome, Lady Somer
"Our best castles of England aro
bound to go. There are uot many,
though, iu modern England to
maintain, aud wo would bo glad if
you would send us no more of your
' millionaires such as William Wal
dorf Astor. Wo shall ot boo a bet
tor day when to work is noble and
when all who aro noblo must work,
If the cause of tomporanco is over to
wiu wo must not forget tho political
freedom of women aud tho rights of
tho laborer. Wo live to make it
possible for all to live, and to live is
not to exist in a wretched, miserable
cramped life. I besoech you Ameri
can men aud women to face yoi r
social troubles. Keep that groat
word 'Liberty' omblazoued before
the world that tiie stars aud stripes,
which we honor as tho emblem of a
free nation, may have a right to
wave as emblematic of what you
profess. The love of home iu this
country is its greatest safeguard.
Where wo say 'house in bngland
you use tho beautiful word 'home.'
I would pray you not to build up an
nristocraoy of wealth while wo aro
tearing down au aristocracy of birth.
Let women see to it that they aro
roady to march with the times, that
every man and every woman has a
right to live, that thoy have tho
right to live well, to live whole
somely, and let us seo that wo make
such living possible thu world over."
rpHK ANNUAL Mi'.KTtXrt OK THE
J. Members of tho faciric Ci.uii will be
held ut the Ulnb ml MONDAY, February
Uli, at 7:30 o'clock p. m. Election o( OIH
eers and General Business. Members un
able lo uttuml will nlctse nrraiiKc for their
representation by proxy.
1 Ji ,M. SfONBABllAT,
l'uclflu Club, Honolulu, Jim. M, ikm.
NOTti K IS HKKEBYUtVBN TO AIL
pernons that there are nt the llnvrrn
ment Vout.tl at Mnkikt, Jau. 10, 1NO, Tmo
Eitray Horses, viz.:
l.lluy Mnto brand-d "H" on rl(?ht s de
of ncuK, white rllit forefoot, white streak
on fo ebend,
I Dark Horse with no brand, white streak
Any pervon or persons ownlnc theo ani
mals are requested lo come and tako the
famuou or budire 12 o'clock noon HATU 11
DAY, Fot). 0, IMio, olberwlro said animals
will bo rolil ut public miction on saU date
mid hour. W. KAAl'A,
This Space is Reserved
TST. S. SACHS,
The Popular Millinery House,
104 Fort St, KConol-uil-u..
i i . i-a
20 lbs. m
will tell you
it 1b the
Popular approval gous F'ir
toward oHtabiishing thu Htatul-
ing of a business house in any
! eoinnmmty, and thu good-will
and pntronngf wo have had
during tho la-t forty years in
dicate, not only that we liavu
the POPULAR AIM'UOVAL, but
that those who li vu dea't
with us li tve been eminently
satislied with their transac
tions. We attract and retain pat
ronage more by thu kxukl
lknck. ok ijUALrriKS shown
and our uk.son'aiii.k pricks
than by preposterous elauim
of celling goods b low cost,
We repeat a we have said
before thui when you pay less
for goods ih.'tn we ask for
them you get an inferior
While wo carry a stock of
dry goods that is complete in
every senso from the lowest
nriced iroods to thu most
luxurious made, we make ti
specialty of thi highest grade,
and exclusive designs of the
! most recent" and accepted
It is worth your while al
ways in making purchases to
look at our stock before de
ciding. If we have what you
want you will certainly buy it,
if quality and price are any
This week Ladies' Under
wear in connection with our
general stock will receive con
sider ible attention ; it is our
intention to make a run of
them and as the stock is au
over large one, lirst buyurs
will have lirst choice.
FOR SAbR 1JV THE
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Agents for the Hawaiian Inlands.
This delicious temperance drink not only quenched
thirst, but promotes and preserves good health.
Thurc'n no drink in the world like HIRES' HOOT
BEbjR, in composition, iu preparation, or in popula
rity. Its wonderful success is a matter of history,
aud can only be cxpluined by the fact that people
everywhere recognize and appreciate its health and
pleasure-giving qualities. They will not drink the
worthless aud injurious substitutes.
J3T -Ask your storekeeper for it. Made only
by Thu Charles R Hires Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
"We have lined over three dozen bottles of lfirua' llont Duer this sea
son, nnd find ft the must delicious unit hcidihtnl drink in the market. Jas.
F. IIammkk, 1120 2d Ave., Altoouu, l'u., U. S. A."
"We have used your Hoot Ileer in our family over threo years, winter
itnd Minimer, mill would not do without it. Wo drink it instead of water.
Alius Ui'i-INUOTT, Cor. 2d unci l'ino Sts., Cuinedn, N. J., U. S. A.
JO J3 J3 332K.3
B. F. HJIILKRS it CO.
Pore GnavaftPoha Jelly
Put up by Mm. A. V. JONES.
Agents, (Jueen Street.
BWOKN Al LEQIANCE.
Moro Adherents to tho Constitution
ot tho Republic.
Since last report the following
have taken the oath to the Ilotmhlie:
W. T MoiiBarrat, Hawaiian-born
British; Archibald O. Steele, British
Thomas Dudley, British; Horace N.
Crabbo, Hawaiian; Thomas Duncan,
Hawaiian; Edward Lacy, British;
.lames W. Mitchell. British; Lot l
Fernandez, Hawaiian-boru Spanish;
F. A. Cook, American; G L. Mud
dox, Americau; M. J. Connolly,
American; Autono U uosm, roriu-
Chamberlniu's Cough Hemody is
famous for its euros of bad colds. It
opens tho secretions, relieves the
lungs aud aids nature in restoring
tho system to a healthy condition.
If freely used as soon as the cold has
lwoii contracted, and before it lias
become settled in tho system, it
greatly lessons tho severity of tho at
tack and lias often cured in a single
day what would havo boon a sovero
cold. For salo by all dealers. Ben
bou, Smith Si Co., Ageuts for Hawai
Smith fc Company..
Uom.istku Ditua Company, Ltd....
Lkwi.s & Company
. . . "Wholesale Druggista
P. O. IIOX 181-
-MUTUAIi TKf,K. 407
rpTTT I CI ITTHP ,H a au' an(l comprohensive
J JlJL I O J Vj X example of a cheap and nn
ct ntered lens. You think yon get thu samu amount of ruliuf
from a cheap glass, because it may havu tho same amount of
refractive power as the more costly. Seu where tho above
luns focuses. Seo the scattering of rays. Ab much spheri
cal aberration in such glasses as there is aberration of the
m nd in an msano person ; vet tins is tne general run oi
glasses you buy cluap. IIow long will your sensitivu eye
stand this strain V Why, until they are ruined entirely. Can
you afford to wear such glioses, simply because they cost
you a little less than the perfect? No, a thousand times, No.
You could not if they were given you with a bonus. We
will not sull Mich glasses; would not be guilty of giving
them away. But we guarantee to lit every manner of com
plicated caso with the proper and correctly ground glass, and
to give perfect satisfaction.
PACIFIC GUANO & FERTILIZER CO.
0. N WILCOX President.
J. K. MAUKFill.l) Vlcu-PreskleuU
'.'I- JIAY,. Auditor.
K. faUHR, Secretary ard Treasurer.
Ol'll NKW WORKS AT KALI HI being completed, we aro uow ready
to Ftiriii-h all kinds of
AlvTl FIC1 A L FERTILIZERS
ALSO KKKP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Pneilie (juauo Potash,
fc'ulphate of Amm.mia,
Nitratu of Soda,
Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
Sii'ii'lal attt'lllioil ulvmi lo Analysis of
All Unods are iiarantcid In every retjiect.
Bolls by oar Agricultural Cbetulau
Fur further particulars apply to
Paoiflo Guano k Fertilizer
DR. W. AVKRDAM. Manacer.
Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Go. :-:
"HoQiehold" Sewing Machines,
Hand Sewing Machines, with ill the litest Improvements.
Westermiyer's Cottage Plinos,
Parlor Organs, Guitars, ind older Instruments.
King and Bethel Streets.
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