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ON THEIR DEFEHSH.
Some of the Tw-.niy-oue Haiive:Jbor bonr,iu s!,r,"1s ',nai, tbi1 ,if
J I anyone loft hatiala bn would bo
Produce Evidence of
II w a
Milkmm Was Co iipellaa
G'Ys Pfo'oi h Ills Htk
Chailes Warrou, Fworn, states:
v Was nt Kahala Jan. 0, distributing
guns to tho men assembled thoro;
saw Ulukou there Saturday aud Sun
, day; ho was cleaning guns on Satur
day; saw Ulukou la.t on Monday
' uoou at Kaimuki; Kapona was at
Kaimuki Monday noon with bis
gun nud cartridges; Waiauao was
given a i;un and ammuuitiou ou
' Sunday night; Koawo, Ilikilea, Ma
I kaleua and Kamai woro at Kahala
armed on Suuday night ; saw Moo
1 pnlai Monday uoon with Bipikane
I liaek 01 lsenberg s piaco; somo pi
1 tbo mu who camo to Kahala said
that Aborahama and Kauai had
threatened thorn at tbo point of tho
pistol if they did not tome along
peaceably; guards woro stationed
around Kahala ou Suuday evening;
somo of tho men who came out seem
ed to bo sad aud others smiled;
heard talk betwot 11 somo of prison-
' ers in a house at Kahala about Paul
Isenborg; that thero wero arms at
Isenborg's place and thoy ought to
go aud arrest him; Makalena said
' this; Makalena also said to arrest
Isonborg aud Kinney; Makalena
suggested this to hini, but Wilcox
said never mind, as Isenborg aud
Kinney could uot do anything
Ulukou, Moaole, Kapeua, Kokoa,
Kaoho, and Bull Moopali croas ox-
Kaohimanu, sworn, states: Livo at
Wailupo; was at Kahala Jan. 0;
whilo at Keabia Aborahama called
, aud threatened to shoot him if ho ,
did uot go to Kahala; saw tho dis
t tributing of arms nt Kahala; saw I
Inoaole, Kapona, Waiauao. Koawo,
' Ilikilea, Makalena aud Kamai at
I Kahala that Suuday.
Kawika, sworn, states: Was at Ka
hala aud carried gun ou Sunday; all
j woro engaged cleaning guns.
I Charles Bartow, sworn, states:
, Was at Kaalawai ou Sunday, Jan. t;
saw Kahikikolu thoro armed, also
Buff Moopali, Jim Bush. M. Kokoa;
, saw Ulukou ou Saturday night at
I Kahala; all woro armed; tho objoct
I of tbo assembling thero was a movo
' raont against tho Govornuiont; every
thing seemed to bo in with tho
Sam Kanahole, sworn, ftatos: Wont
to Kaalawai Suuday; saw somo of
tho prisoners thoro.
William Ihu, sworn, states: Saw
some of prisoners at Kaalawai on
Suuday, Jan. 0.
Mr. Itobortson closed the case for
Adjournment was taken until 0:80 1
o'clock Saturday morning.
Court convened at 0:1!) o'clock.
I Tho Dofenso.
' EXAMINATION lit II. C. ULCKOU.
, Charles Clark, sworn, statos: Know
I accused; on Jau. ft you woro at
I Washington Place; saw Sam Now-1
I loin thoro that day; do uot romom-
bor hearing Nowloin tolling you to I
I go to Kahala; board Nowloiu toll-
ing Charlos Warrou to go out thoro; !
remember Nowloin giving you a dot-
I lar to use at your own disoretiou.
Charles Warrou, sworn, states:
Was at Kahala Jan. 5 cleaning guns;
saw you thero that night; did uot
threaten to shoot anyouo if thoy
j made any attempt to escape or leave
I tbe premises.
Examination by Kokoa Garu 3-011
a um nt Kahalu nud a cartridge
bolt; douj that I throatotied you.
KXAJIIS'ATIOS I1T t'LUKOU.
Knuiako, ftworti, atalos: Saw you
', at Wasblncton I'laco Saturday, Jau.
1 fi! v.i nt. Knlinln tli.it niirlit rutiiiini.
nbot; Charloa Warreu tnado tbo
threat; Hint wa on Saturday nibt;
Georffo Towiifiond (lvuoki I'ooulaula)
abo tli rout onod tbo tnon; th throat
madu mo fool afraid, and that is
why wo all xi'uulri tbo work.
Cross uxainiualion Ulukou and I
were in tbo liouxo at Kahala wbou
Warrou madu tlio throat and when
tho K'lua woro bein carried to tho
cavo TowuRond tnado tbo throat; it
was also cominandod tbut if auyouo
vim soon to loavo tbo ranks tho first
0110 pooi'i hint would shoot him,
William Kokoa, sworn, Mates:
Hoard Cbarlus Warren and Towu-
(tend throaton to ahoot any dosertor
dead; those threattt woro made in
tho ni(,'ht; did not hoar any ordora
to tho tnon to ithoot any moutbor
wiio attempted to doort.
II. C. Ulukou, sworn, states: On
Saturday morning, Jan. . went to
Nowloin's boiifo at ashintrtou
L'laee; Nowlfin nud Chntli Clark
woro thorn; after I outored Nowloin
and Chirk drw to oim side and bad
u couferoiioi ; Nowh'iu returned and
askod mo if 1 could ul any mn; I
said I miylil i;ot two, and asked
him what he wanted them for;
Now loin thou said ho wanted to soo
him at Kahala that ovouinc, stayed
thoro till after 0 o'clock in tbo oven
itiK! during tho aftoruoou William
Olopau nud Charles Warrou arrived,
and Nowleiu gave Warrou a handful
of money and told him to no to Ka
hala; Nowloiu gave mo a dollar and
told mo to ko out to Kahala; arriv
ing out there met Kokoa, Pallia,
I'oepoo, Townsond and Charlo-i
Warrou; Townsond gavo each a Run
nud they were diroetod by Warron
. to carry guns from place to place;
tho next morning woro ordored to
go 011 tbo Waialno road and hold it ;
stopped a milk wagon on tho road
and uiado tho driver tasUt tho milk
boforo thoy took it; fighting bogau
Monday morning aud aftoruoou; do
sertod when ho saw that everybody
0U0 had left; euiroudorod at tho
EXAMINATION' IlV KtOIIO.
Sam Kaloa, sworu, states: Did toll
oti to go out to Knnlawai.
KXAIIINATIOX JIV INOAOLE.
Nalimalau, sworn, stales: Was
proseut aud heard Kauai aud Abora
haina threaten to shoot you if you
didn't go to Kahala.
UilaAlapai, sworn, states: Itemeiu
bor Aborahauia aud Kauai seeing
aud tolling you to go to Kahala on
Sunday, Jan. (!; that if you didn't
go your life would bo taken.
A recess was takeu till 1:30 o'clock.
Court convened at 1:80 o'clock.
Several more witnesses, including
tho wives of Manuel Itosa .and
others, wore placed on tho witness
Their evidence iu some cases is
that tho meu wero invited to a
luau at Kaalawai, aud iu some that
the husbands woro tbroatoned at tbo
point of a pistol aud compelled to go.
I Tbo evidence for tbo defense was
still being taken atiklSO o'clock.
I II. C. Ulukou is ably conducting
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