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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 4. 1895.
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FORGED TO FIGHT.
That is What Several Kaiie
Pii&rnets Say Was Don
How M wleln's Press faoi Optmt'd
on the I'oople's Highway
FOUltTEENTH DAY. ,
Court couNoiiftl nt 1:30 o'clock.
Ulukou, sworn: Wont to tho Iioufo
where 1 was toldj m given gun
aud partridges; was told how to fill
cartridge?, sat down and went to
work; wanted to run away but was
afraid of being shot.
John Kanuko, sworn, states: Was
not told to go out to Bertelniaun'a;
was only taking a walk; got near ,
Bortelmanu's house nud was taken
prisoner by Pita; was on road to
town; asked mo uhuro I had been;
told mo better not go back but go
on out toward IJertelmann's; said
there a danger of being killed in
towu; said, "If nuy aski j'ou for
password, say, 'Alolin Aiua';" found
two men on beach with guns; gave
password and wuuton; got to house,
nud Bipikaue ordored mo to clean
guns; told mo to stay whero 1 was
nud watch, after through cleiuiug
guns; stood guard half an hour;
was relieved and wont outside; was
nt Bertulmauu's all night with sev
oral other persons; in morning of
7th saw soldiers coining; fired at
them and then lefi; remaiuwd there
till noon; went back where was be
fore; heard gnus from tug boat;
firing began and in a little while was
general; lay down behind wall; one
Kiki, Tommy A i and Knauaana ,
did uot wUh to make auystatemont.
Knmiann was called ns a witness
for Win. Kekoa.
To. Win. Kekoa Saw you on Jan.
nth ou Sprecltuls wharf; told you as
a friend to go to Diamond Head;
no one told me to send you.
Fan was called as a witness for
Saw you on Sunday morning at
my home out at Kaluaholo; you aro
my sou; saw you talking with Pua
who told you to change your clothes;
saw you go out but do not know
whero you wont.
Samuel llookauo, sworn, slates:
Pua told mo to change clothes;
thought he wautod mo to go to u
feast; there wos a wagon full of poi
going to Waikiki, aud Pua was be
hind on lior.se back; outside Smith's
place seutry camo up to me; told mo
to go in house out there; was order
ed to lako gun and go out aud stand
guard outside Smith's; was Bent be
tween twelve and ono o'clock at
night to a place just beyond Bortol
Miami's; uext morning exchanged
shots with Government troops; in
afternoon orders came from top of
Diamond Head to join Nowloiu's
force; got as far as telegraph station
and was ordered back with others to
bring two guns apiece; saw tug boat
come; cannon fired; saw white men
on hills; shot at us and we returned '
fire; lay down among bushes; after
firing was over tied haudkorchiut
upon sticks, waved them aud sur
rendered. Toauo was called as a wituess for
To Kahikikolu I know you; saw
you and Pukila at your house on Jau.
(5th; did uot hear what he said to
you; after wo had something to eat i
you wont to your house and I to
mine; that's all I know about it.
Kahikikolu, sworn, states: Told
Pukila I'd bo out in afternoon; mot
sonio boys out thoro aud wont along
with them; at Oharlie Peterson's
saw men with guns; seemed to bo
breaking something; white men
and women were being marched
down hill; men asked us for pass
word: someone whispered "Aloha
Aiua, and I repeated it; went with
crowd to Kaalawai; Pukila was thoro;
said, "This is tho work I wautod you
to do;" told mo to pick up gun aud
got to work; said never handled gun
beforo; took gun aud began showing
me how; guu wont off aud mado
holo iu floor; was sent to Bortel
manu's after some bags; was told
with others to go aud arrest Parkor
who was near by; thought wo had
Koia Kapoua, sworn, stntos: Was
in town Sunday morning; wont out
to my homo aud whon quite a dis
tance out mot two men coming on
horsoback; said to mo, "Who's thatt"
Answerod, "Kapoua, a man;" got up
close to mo aud said, "Go down to
Kahah, there's work for you thero;
asked thorn to let mo ko homo and
think about it; told mo to go imme
diately or thoy would shoot; got out
thore and people said I was not ab o
to carry a gun, boing too old; was
sent out on guard duty: ran into
mountains and hid; remained thoro
all night, ran up into Palolo and wa3
captured booh nfter.
Waianao did not wish to make auy
i Manilla was called as a witness for
, To Hikilca You aro my son; saw
you with two fellows at Waialao
Sunday moruiug; said they would
shoot you if you did not go whero
' thoy wanted you to; Aborahatna and
Kutta', tho two men, took him with
my husbaud, Kawika, and my other
two sous, Keoki Maknlona and Ka
mai. 1 Kawika, sworn, slates: Was in
town Sunday morning; at Waialao
between 11 and 12 o'clock samo day;
Aborahama and Kauai came; told
mo to sign paper or loso my lifo;
1 went to Kahala whero Warroti gayo f
mo grub; ran away; hid in cavo iu
Palolo; Wednesday morning was at
Ptiualua was cilled as a witness
for Kalauwalu. .
To Kalauwalu Am well acquaint
ed with you; Sunday evening you
and Pukila wero standing together
talking; Pukila asked you to go to a
Kalauwalu, sworn, states: Pukila
i askd mo to attend feast with him; '
went out on tramcar; did not know
where; found Moepali at Rosa's
house; was scut for to go to Bortel
manu's. Bipikano and Koia Kapxua woro
called as witnesses for Bull Moepali.
Bipikaue, sworn, states: I saw you,
Moepali, at Waialao, on Snnday and
Monday; you and 1 went to Mauna
lua together; was not at Leahi.
Koia Kapoua, sworn, states: Saw
you, Moepali, on Sam Now loin's
battlefield; you stretched yourself
out ou tho ground as if nothing wero
taking place. '
Buir Moepali, sworn, states: Livo
at Palama; went to Waikiki Sunday;
was told to guard prisoners; thero
all night; let prisoners go Monday.
Maria Apa-i was called as n wit-
new for Manuol Ko?a. ,
To Rosa Lot Lauo was at tho
house in November; you told mo
you woro goiug to a feast.
Manuol Rosa, sworn, states: Lot
Lano askod mo to go to a feast ; got ,
out at Waikiki aud was told by ,
Townsond to cleau guns; did not ,
want to, aud rati into brush. '
Captaiu Kinney eudeavorod to ,
find out tho uaturo of tho paper so ,
many of the natives said thoy had
been forced to sign, but nothing j
definite could be learned. Thoy all
said thoy had been forced to sign
without knowing tho contents ot tuo
Captaiu Kinney submitted tho
caso of tho tweuty-ono natives on :
evidence aud asked tho Coininis-;
sion that leniency bo shown them.
The Court adjourned till Monday
morning at IU o clock. .
A Rocommondatlon From Los An- !
G32 Castelar St., Los Axoeles, Cal.
Aftor haviug suffered for a long
time from acttto rhoumatisui without
obtaiuiug relief, I used Chamber
Iain's Pain Balm and was almost im
mediately relieved. I highly recom
mend this as tho best medicine
kuown. D. M. Hamilton. For salo
by Bouson, Smith & Co., Agonts for
tho Hawaiian Islands.
P. 0. JONES.
E. A. JONES,
Safe Deposil 3 Iuvestmeut Co.
NO. J03 FOKT 8THEET.
BAKES of Various Sires (or Kent
by the Month or Year.
m- VAULTS open from 8:30 a. m.
until -1 r. m. except on Saturdays, when
thoy will bo closed at 2:30 l m.
Ok-AVE lltiy and Bell First-class
STOCKS and 110NDS and make ad
vances ou same.
Tho Favorite Cigar, has arrived again,
" Operitas and Mercury."
Cm- For Sale by
12j3-1w H. V. SCHMIDT & SONS.
struck my ntore during
December. It wax at
strong, vigoioii", lull I
grown affair, and had no
respect for otlu-r people's
feelings. It would push
its way in through the
front door nunrnage
among my choice goods,
tear down, pick to pieces,
growl at everyihing ex
cept the quulity and prid",
buy a paper of Pins r a
Silk Dnss, go out and
come back in a hhort
timcrcinfoiced by neigh
boring cyclones. This
nagging during tho
month has mado me gray
before my time, and.
standing in the middle of
the store at 12 i m. on '
December 31, lb1.)!, I
was glnd to Kiy "Pan." '
Feel somewhat better this
week and have arrived at
the conchu-ion Unit I vid
hold my Annual Clear-
ance Sale "Now a clear
ance sale may mean noth- j
ing or everything In my
lease it means everything.
I hive a large assortment '
of good; on hand that 1
must get rid of bcfoio
the return, of next Aus
tralia. E must have shelf
room aud to ret ic I am
prepured to make a sacri
fice. Everything must
be sold. JS'ow each week
1 am going to offer some
thing special, this time it
is millinery. Nowhere
iu Honolulu can you buy
Ilats and all the attach
ments thereto for the next
wctk us cheap as at
Egan's. No other house
iu the city can sell these
good at 50c on the $1.
AVe can't keep it up long,
but will endeavor to sat
isfy everybody as long
as the Hats and Feathers
last. And remember that
you get two dollars'
worth for one of King
Kalakaua's silver cart
wheels. That Tireless ToiU-r,
J. J. EGAJS',
5U Fort totreet.
Re-open Feb. 12, 1895.
A COTTAGE CONTAIN
Ing Six llooms aud
Bath, situated on Nuuauu
street. Enquire next door
at 189 Nuuunu street.
BOOMS AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND BOARD
lor a few persons can be
bad at Ilanlnal, on the Wai
kiki beach. '
W. S. UAUTMSIT,
A NEW COMFORTABLE kjator?-
AJk WUfcHlKU, Bit 4IJUUV.U
improvements, with Stable,
Barn and Servants' Room
on premises, on Kinau street, one block I
Irom horso-cars. lor particulars apply to
N. S. SACHS,
126J tf 620 Fort street. '
JL premises situnto on the
east side ol the old Maklkl,
nlnvirouiul. formerly OCCU-i
tiled bv A. Oartenberir. Ksl. The build'
1HR3 are modern and commodious and tho
spacious grounds aro laid out in fruit and
nriinnifintul trees. Easv terms to n deslra-
bio tenant, iter furthor particulars pleaso
Honolulu, H. I., January 7, 1895.J
Tho right of WRIT OF HABEAS
CORPUS is heroby suspoudod and .
MARTIAL LAW is inBtituted aud '
established throughout tho Island i
of Oahu, to continue until further I
uotiuo, during which timo, howevor, I
tho CourtB will continue in sesoion '
aud conduct ordinary business as
usual, except as aforesaid.
By tho President: i
SANFORD B. DOLE.
Prosident of tho Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
General Headquarters, RtruDLic)
or Hawaii, f
Adjutant General's Office,)
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, II. I.,
January 16, 1893,
Special Order No. 25.
Order for a Military Commission.
A Military Commission is hereby
ordered to moot at Honolulu, Islaud
of Oahu, on Thursday, tho 17th day
of January, A. D. 1893, at 10 o'clock
a. in., and thereafter from day to day
for tho trial of such prisoners as
may bo brought boforo it on tho
charges and specifications to be pre
sented by the Judge Advocate.
The Officers composing the Com
1. Colonel William Austin Whit
ing, First Regiment, N. G. H.
2. Lieutenant-Colonol J. H. Fisher,
First Regiment, N. G. H.
3. Captain 0. W. Ziegler, Compa
ny F, N. G. H.
i. Captain J. M. Camara, Jr., Com
; pany 0, N. G. H.
G. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
, N. G. H.
6. Captain W. C. Wilder, Jr., Com
pany D, N. G. H.
7. First Lieutenant J. W. Jones,
' Company D, N. G. H.
1 Captain William A. Kinney, Aid-
' de-Camp on General Staff, Judge j
' By order of tho Commander-in-
(Signed) JNO. H. SOPER,
Commencing January SO, 1895,
i and continuing until furthor notice,
all Liquor Saloons will be allowed to
remain opeu from G o'clock a. m. to
G o'clock p. ii., subject to such regu-
J lations as tho Marshal may see fit to
: make, for tho sale of
DRAUGHT BEER ONLY.
i The salo of all other liquor is
, strictly prohibited and auy violation
of this will subject tho saloon to bo
closed without furthor notice.
Tho prosenco of auy person under
1 tho influouco of liquor upon any
saloon premises will also bo suffi
cient to cauio such saloon to bo
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Undor MARTIAL LAW every
person found upon tho streots or
in any public placo botweeu the
9:30 P. M. and 5 A. M.
will bo liable to arrest, unless pro
vided with a pass from Military
Hoadquartors of tho Marshal's
Tho gathoriug of crowds is pro
hibited. Anyono disturbing tho peaco or
disobeying orders is liable to sum
mary arrest without warrant.
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief,
J. H. SOPER,
SPECIAL ORDERS, No. 2G.
Tho Military Commission now iu
session in this city, convoned by
Special Orders No. 25, dated January
16, 1895, from thoso Headquarters
will hold its sossions without regard
By order of the Commander-in-Chief.
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutant-General's Office, ,Hono
lulu, January 19, 1895. 1213-tf
All porsous aro hereby notified
that they aro strictly forbidden to
use fire crackors, Chinese bombs or
any fireworks whatovor within tho
limits of Honolulu.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
NOTICE TO DELINQUENT
Tux Payer of the Island of Oahu arc
hereby notified that, In accordance with
Section 01, Chapter (II of tho Session Laws
ot lsy.', all Taxes remaining unpaid
on tho 31st day ot January, will be pub
lished together with n list of a 1 Delhi
liiont Taxpayers as soon alter the above
date as practicable.
Assossor of tho First Division Island of
Tho business of tho country is
soltliug into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, the cows in the
pasture switch flies instead of bul
lets with their tails aud the cream is
richer in consequence Wo boliovo
wo havo satisfied ovbry ono of our
customers who havo taken milk from
us aud wo are in a position to sup
ply a great many more. Tho pooplo
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao during the past two weeks
havo had an opportunity to seo just
what sort of diet our stock foods
upon, and no longer wonder at tho
richness of tho milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for dolivory aro the
best. Wit h tho exception of a day
or two early iu tho late unpleasant
ness our drivers have always boon
on time at our customers' residences.
Wo take this opportunity to thank
thoso who havo been pationt with us
and to solicit a continuauco of thoir
Satronage. Wo will bo pleased to
11 all orders telephoned to us and
guarauteo all milk to bo pure and
Ireo from adulteration.
The WAIALAE RANCH.
THIS SPACK is
2rfL. S. I-iB"V"5rt
Fort Street, H. I.
lw iiTmimiAU t rri
MEBSUS. OQUIIA it 00. AllE HE
celvlug orders for Plantation Labor
to arrive In March next. All thoso who
wish laborers should dIoco their orders Im-
I mediately with 0. K. Uoardman, Agent
I for tbo above Arm. Conditions are men
tioned In prospectus: "To the l'lautersof
Hawaii." O. E. UOAUDMAN.
12iJ-tf Agent for Ogura &, Co.
The Daily Bulletin, 60 centt per
monlh, delivered by carriert.