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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 1, 1895.
OH HIS OWN PART.
Y, Y, AsMoid Tells a Direct
Story of Bis Noncompli
city in the Upris
ing Commissioner Camara stands fir What
He D cms a Fair Deal.
Yesterday's roport closed with a
statement of C. W. Ashford's refusal
to givo names of any persons not
directly connected with tho case.
The Court over-ruled tho objec
tion. Wituoss Iu doforenco to tho
Court ho would answor, tho drivor
was Koala, drivor of hack No. 138 of
the I X L stand; hack was ou Kiug
stroot or iu tho vicinity of iny oilico;
haokman was told by mo to go and
find Nowloin and tell him to meet
mo at Waikiki on Sunday at 2 p. in.;
mot C. B. Wilson also thou; Nowloin
camo to my house that evening; out
Long Branch, Waikiki. I told Now
loin that had heard police had gouo
out with picks and shovols to soarch
for arms at Bush's place, and Now
loin said that ho expected tho police
would bo searching Washington
Place; Nowloin asked mo when and
whore ho could meet me iu caso
such a soarch would be made; wit
ness said I could meet him at his
houso that evening; I decline to
ytato what my given opinion was, as
it was in professional confidouco;
I was not positive that I told Now
loin at Long Branch that they would
have to submit if a legal soarch
warrant was presented at Washing
ton Place; I think I only had five
conversations with Nowloin; did dis
cuss tho probabilities of wholesalo
arrests; Nowloin visited my oilico
only twice; he talked to me on tho
socond visit about the Bush and
Nowloin case; also talked about the
plans which tho dotectives credited
to Bush, Crick and Nowloin, and I
told him about tho absurdity of tho
movement; I had heard that a pure
native movement in tno shape of an
uprising was projected; I pointed
out the defective points of tho
Captain Camara arose as a mem
bor of the Commission and untered
Lis objection to tho cross-examination
by tho Judge Advocate, that it
was not proper cross-examination.
Mr. Kinney awaited tho ruling of
Col. Whiting aunouuuod that the
Commission held that the objoction
was proper, that it was tho privilege
of any member of the Commission.
Mr. Kinney contendod that ho
would await tho ruling and until
thon he would comUuuo his cross
examination. Col. Whiting stated that questions
regarding talk of witness between
himf elf and au outsider, which did
not connect tho accused with the
caso, woro not proper cross-examination.
Witness, continuing: Wont out
to Waikiki ou Sunday, Deo. .10, and
met A. Robertson and Mr. Ballon
tyno; returned from Hilo tho Fri
day following tho week of the assem
blage at Kakaako,
Charles E. Dunwoll, sworn, states:
Am from Jamaica, West Indios; been
here six years; am a hack drivor;
havo driven I ho accuaod, V. V. Ash
ford, several times; last drovo him
Thursday night, Jan. 8; was font by
telophouo to his residence, Punch
bowl street, between 6 and 8 o'clock
in tho evening; drovo to a little cot
tago near tho old korusouo ware
house; know Sam Stone lives in tho
house; V. V. Ashford stayed there
about ton to twouty minutes; re
turned him to his houso nud stayed
there from threo to five miuutos:
thon drovo him iuto town to IJollis
ter & Co.'s drug store; loft him
there; witness was placed under ar
rest on Jan. 8; don't know what for.
Cross-examination: Hack No. is
2G; don't reniombor taking anyoue
elso at witness' request that day.
William Woon, sworn, states: Ro
sido iu Honolulu; saw V. V. Ashford
on tho evening of Thursday, Jan. 3,
at tho Hollistor Drug Co.'sstoioto
got a surgical instrument caso; that
was aftorO o'clock; ho stayed there
quito a while; Col. Sopor camo in
and witness loft to attond on Col.
Sopor; spoko to mo about his going
Percy Ashford, sworn, states: Re
side in Honolulu; was hero on
Thursday after Now Year's: waat
0. W. Ashford's that ovening after
5:30 o'clock; V. V. Ashford, father
of witness, telephoned tj witnoss to
como homo at 8 p. m.; witness' father
retired shortly after ho returned
Cross - examination Remember
tho hour because attention was call
ed to tho fact of his having to go
homo so early.
V. V. Ashford, sworn, states: Havo
known Sam Nowloin casually for ton
years; havo never boon intimate with
him; mn a practising attorny; Now
loin camo to mo as my brother has
stated, to consult mo for my opinion
about what ho should do in caso
Washington Placo was searched for
arms, or of possible arrests; I had
arraugod to go to Wailuku to try a
caso on Dec. 20; plans woro to go to
Hilo whore 1 had some cases; 1 then
signed a stipulation with the oppos
ing attorney to call tho Wailuku case
off) heard that C. W. Ashford was
i going to Hilo, too; had interviow
with him and decided to give my
Hilo cases to C. W. Ashford; on
Saturday, Dec. 29, mot C. W. and
gavo him my papers: just at this
timo G. W. told mo that Sam Now
loin had somo busiuoss that was
, ponding and would probably call on
1 mo for opinion; Nowlein called ou
mo nt my oilico on Saturday, Dec.
29, aud said ho was iu a hurry, and
1 would like to meet me tho next day,
Sunday, Dec. 30; tho mootiug be
tween myself and Sam Nowlein on
tho Waikiki road that day was pure
ly accidental; Nowlein was to como
to my oilico that aftoruoon; at tho
mootiug, however, Nowloin proposed
that tho interviow lake placo that
, afternoon at my house; at that meet
ing I had a talk with Nowloin about
tho projected soarch of Washington
Place; tho statement that Nowlein
laid plans before mo at that inter
view is absolutely untrue; never had '
any talk with Nowlein about arms i
generally; had business transaction j
with Captain Davies about tho
breaking of the machinery of tho
steamer Waimaualo; saw Davies on ,
Dec. 28 and had conversation with
him; Davies asked mo if 1 had heard !
anything about a projected uprising, i
aud I replied that I had heard rumors ,
of such taking place; Davies Baid '
no nau been souuueu, but nau not
made up his mind what to do;
Davios did not tell mo that he was
going after arms; I told Davies that
if there was to be an uprising, it
would bo a native movement, as I
thought no foreigner would joiu in a
revolution, as tho Government was
well prepared to meet one; Nowloin
had told mo that ho was afraid the
Queen's placo would be searched, as
she had a body guard there and
arms, and ho feared it would bo a
case of deportation; had talk with
Nowlein about tho political situa
tion on Wednesday, Jan. 2: ho re
ported that there wore no develop
ments; I told him that I did not
think that thoro would be auy satis
faction till anuexatiou was consum
mated; also that my opinion was
that restoration of the monarchy
was dead; told Nowloin that the
Govornmont was bristling with arms
and if tho natives thought of Koiug
against tho Government it would be
foolish; 1 did not know that I had
boon appointed to tho oilico of Asso
ciate Justice; 1 thought it was all a
joke when I heard it in Oahu Prieon;
havo never had any talk with tho
Queen since tho elections of 1890,
nor received any mossage from her;
I suspected thoro was to be somo
trouble by somothiug the Marshal
told me a little bofore tho uprising;
tho Marshal informed me in a pri
vate conversation that ho know there
wore plenty of arms in tho country
and it was impossible to keep track
of them; thoro woro so many captains
aud shipowners hostile to the Gov
ernment that arms could bo smug
gled; physical condition has been
vory poor for the past throe months;
havo been ttudor Dr. Brodio's caro
and can hardly walk.
Cross-examination I called at my
office on Sunday forenoon, Dec. 30,
and stoyod thoro a fow minutes;
fixed tho mooting with Nowloin to
bo that day mutually; it was in my
mind that Nowlein came to mo to
sound my feelings aud try to draw
mo in; 1 am satisfied in my mind
now that such was tho object of
Nowlaiu's visits to me: Nowloin paid
me no feo; do not kuow whothor
Nowloin paid brother any fee.
Tho Judge Advocato proposed to
introduce tho evidence of Manuel
Andrade, tho telophouo tender at
tho City Carriage Co.'s stand.
Mr. Noumaun objected tothoir
troduction of tho evidence, as tho
figures in tho outry book of Andrado
had boon chaugod.
Tho Court over-ruled tho objec
tion. Manuel Andrado, sworn, statos:
Tend tolephouo at tho City Carriage
Co.'s hack.tind; idoutify book as
entry book at Btaud; did not put
down figures on tho book purport
ing to bo timo V. V. Ashford called
for hack; during witness' absence,
John Andrado koops ontries; six
other drivers on tho stand mako en
tries in tho absnoof either John j
or Manuel Andrade.
Crosj-oxatnination No outu'ders ,
are allowed access to tho book.
Adjournment was taken at G
o'clock till 9:30 o'clock Friday morn
ing. m m m
Whon Others Fail
Hood's Sarsaparilln builds up tho i
shattered system by giving vigorous ,
action to tho digestive organs, eroat-1
ing an appetite aud purifying the '
blood. It is prepareil by modern '
methods, possesses tho greatest
curative powers, nnd has tho most
wonderful record of actual cures of
any medicine in existence. Take
Hood's Pills ato purely vegetable,
aud do not purge, pain or gripe.
At William' Studio ate to r,. n-,m
Portraits on Watch Dials, which ho '
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lenire M n l or
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
aud Nuuauu streets, lodgiug by day, '
week or month. Terms: 23 and f0 '
cents per iiiuht; $1 and .?.2f por
struck my ctoro during
December. It wji-. it
strong, vigorous full
grown affair, mid had no
respect, for otbr people's
f.elings. It would push
itn way in through the
I front door rummage
I among my choice goods,
i tear down, pick to pieces,
I growl at everything ox-
' ceptthe quality and pne,
buy a paper of Pins r a
j Silk Divss, go out and
come back in a Kliort
; time reinforced hy neitfh-
boring cyclones. Thin
i nagging during the
month has mad' me gray
before my time, and
standing in tho middle ot
the store at 12 i. m. on
December 31, liJ'.M, I
was glad to hay "Pan."
Feel somewhat better this
week and have arrived at
the coneluMon that I wid
hold my Annual Clear
ance Sale Xow a clear
ance sale may mean noth
ing or everything Jn my
lease it means everything.
I lmvc n largu assortment
of goods on hand that 1 1
must get rid of befoie
the return of next Aus
tralia. I must have hholf
room and 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 jou buy ,
LTats and all the attach-'
ments thereto for the next
wetk as cheap as ut
Egan's. No other house ,
in the city can sell these
goodo at 50c on the SI.
We can't keep it up long,
but will endeavor to sat- J
ify everybody as long '
ns the Hats and Feathers i
last. And remember that
you get two dollars'
worth for one of King
Kalakaua's silver cart
wheels. That Tireless Toikr,
J. J. EGAN,
5H Fort fetreet.
A ONE UNDIVIDED TWENTIETH
share In ho Ahupiua of llonokua
bltuato In Smith Kuna, 11 wall, cwitainliiK
an arra of (7n .teres, ami bcuiu Aimiia 0
of K. V, tS7, L. U. A. 77ia. There uro 3.M
"-10 Acres to every share. This land ad
joins Kulabikl on the South and 1- u vulu
u)lo jiruiii'riy. A i;ood deal nt It Is suit
ablu for L'ulleo, ami the balance for pastur
age. It lies mar Hooloua laiiilini;. i'rlie
tiHO. Title perfect: warranty liil. iw.
knowledge! Mid stumped, K'vcn to pur
cha&er. 1'ur further particulars apply to
J. M. MONSAKKAT.
Honolulu, January i, lbi)5. 1228-tf
EXECUTIVE BUILDING. ?
Honolulu, H. I., January 7, 1895.J
Tho right of WItIT OF HABEAS
CORPUS is heroby suspended and
MARTIAL LAW is instituted and
established throughout tho Island
of Oahu, to continuo until further
notice, during which lime, however,
tho Courts will continue in sesMon
nnd conduct ordinary business as
usual, ozcopt as aforesaid.
By tho President:
SANFORD B. DOLE.
Presidont of tho Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KING,
Ministor of tho Interior.
I GCS'LRAL HKADQUARTCnS, IllirUBLIo)
! or Hawaii,
j Adjutant General's OrncE,)
Honolulu, Itdaud of Oahu, II. I.,
January 1G, 18113,
Sr-EciAL Order No. 25.
Order ron a Militant Coniuhsiox.
A Military Commission is hereby
ordfrod to moot at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, on Thursday, tho 17th day
of January, A. D. 1893, at 10 o'clock
a. m., and thereafter from day to day
for. tho trial of such prisouera as
may bo brought before it ou tho
charges and spocillcatioas to bo pre
sented by tho Judyo Advocato.
The OUicors composing tho Com
1. Colonel William Austin Whit
ing, First Regiment, N. G. H.
2. Lieutouant-Colonol J. H. Fisher,
First Regiment, N. G. U.
a. Captain C. W. Ziegler, Compa
ny F, N. G. H.
1. Captain J. M. Camara, Jr., Com
pany C, N. G. H.
5. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
N. G. H.
(5. Captain W. C. Wilder, Jr., Com
pany D, N. G. H.
7. First Lioutenant J. W. Jones,
Company D, N. G. H.
Captain William A. Kinnoy, Aid-do-Camp
on General Staff, Judge
Uy order of tho Comuiander-in-Chiof.
(Signed) JNO. H. SOPER,
Commencing Jauuary U0, 18U3,
aud continuing until further notice,
all Liquor Saloons will bo allowed to
remain open from 0 o'clock a. m. to
G o'clock p. ji., subject to such regu
lations as tho Marshal may seo fit to
make, for tho sale of
DRAUGHT BEER ONLY.
Tho sale of all othor liquor is
strictly prohibited and nuy violation
of this will subject tho saloou to bo
closed without further uotice.
Tho prosenco of any person under
tho iniluonco of liquor upon any
buIoou promises will also be suOl
oient to cauo such saloon to be
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Under MARTIAL LAW overy
persou found upon tho streets or
in nuy public placo between tho
9:30 T. M. and o A. M.
will bo liable to arrest, unless pro
vided with a pass from Military
Headquarters of tho Marshal's
Tho gatheriug of crowds is pro
hibited. Auyouo disturbing tho peaco or
disoboyiug ordors is liable to sum
mary arrest without warraut.
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief,
J. H. SOPER,
SPECIAL ORDERS, No. 20.
The Military Commission now in
i session iu this city, convened by
! Special Orders No. 23, dated Jauuary
. 1(1, 1895, from thoso Headquarters
will hold its sessions without regard
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief.
JNO. 11. SOPER,
Adjutaul-Gcuoral'H Office, Houo
. lulu, January 19, 1895. 1213-tf
All peisoutt nro hereby notified
that they aro strictly forbiddeu to
use firo crackers, Chinese bombs or
any fireworks whatever within tho
limits of Honolulu.
Mnrshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
NOTICE TO. DELINQUENT TAX
Tx Payers of the Island nf Oahu are
hereby Lotlllo.l that, In accordance with
Section III, Chapter ill of the Hessian I-aVH
of 1VJ.', all Taxes renminbi); unpaid
on the m-t day of January, will be put
llshcd together with a list of a 1 Delin
quent Taxpayers ns soon alter the above
date ai practicable.
Assessor of the First Division Inland of
Oahu. 1-fil 7t
'I ho business of tho country is
settling iuto its former groove. Our
gentloiunuly driver has returned
from his vacation, tho cows iu tho
pasture switch Hies instead of bul
lets with their tails and tho cream is
richer iu consequence. Wo believe
wo havo Entisfiod every one of our
customers who havo taken milk from
us and wo are in a position to sup
ply a great mauy more. Tho people
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao during tho past two weeks
have had au opportunity to seo just
what sort of diet our stock foods
upon, and uo longer wonder at tho
richness of tho milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro the
best. With tho oxception of a day
or two early in tho lata unploasant
uess our drivers havo always been
ou timo at our customers' residences.
Wo tako this opportunity to thank
thoto who havo been patient with us
aud to solicit a coutiuuauco of their
patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
till all orders telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to bo pure and
free from adulteration.
Tiik WAIALAB KANCH.
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