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VOL. IX. NO. 1255.
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H. J. Nolte, Prop.
Gonnset Neumann Challenges tlie
Plea Wl 1 6 Hade To-morr v
J H Wise Pleads Golliy to
HhprhloQ of Treason.
Tho courtroom was crowded this '
morning. Long before 10 o'clock,
tho hour sot for the opening of the J
Court-martial, crowds of peoplo of
both sexs wero scon wending their
way to tho entrances leading to tho
Executive building. At tho hour
mentioned all tho seats woro filled
and there was standing room only.
Tho bringing in of moro seats was
forbidden. Tho fair sex predomi
nated in tho assemblage in tho court
room. Lieut. L. T. Kennko was kept
pretty busy arranging for tho com
fort ot all.
Tho Court entered at 10:03 o'clock.
Heading of the minutes by Lieut.
Jones was then proceeded with.
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At 10:25 o'clock John II. Wise,
charged with misprision of treason, J
was brought in. i
Mr. Wise had no objection as to
the personnel of tho Commission.
Tho charge and specifications .
wero then read. They aro tho same
as iu former esses of
treason with tuo oice
strickou out bv order of tho Com
mission. Only tho fourth and fifth
specifications wore road.
Before allowing his client to plead ,
Mr. Neumann read his objections to
tho jurisdiction of tho Commission.
Objections wore overruled. j
Mr. Wise then pleaded guilty to ;
1 both specifications and charge. j
Mr. Neumann pleaded leniency be !
shown his client, as there were no
aggravating circumstances attend-
ing his case.
' Judge Advocate Kinney held that I
tho prisoner was college-bred aud of
' superior educatiou aud was well
aware of tho seriousness of tho situ
: ation when ho wont into tho thing.
I The Court rotired for ten minutes'
I deliberation. '
At 11:18 o'clock tho ox-Queen wai '
brought into the courtroom by '
i Major Potter. She was accom-1
! pauicd by her maid of honor, Mrs.
O. B. Wilson. Mrs. Liliuokalaui
Dominis was dressed in black. Sho
appeared indifferout aud walked to
her seat bosido her counsel, accom
panied by Lieutenant Kouake. Sho
conversed but vory little with her
( Admiral Beardslee, of the U. S. S.
Philadelphia. Captain Cotton aud
officers of that ship occupied pro
minent seats duriug this trial.
Tho Judge Advocate asked if the
prisoner was represented by any
counsel. Mr. Paul Neumann statod
that ho represented her.
Tho order under which the Court
sat was then road by the
COUUSOI asked Col. Wilitillir. Lieut.
Colonol Fisbor, Captains Ziecler.
Pratt, Camara, Wilder and Lieuten
lilApn Wil.l.iB. M...I f !.
ant Jonea if they had formed ouy
opinion or had any bias iu regard to
tho case to cotno before thoni.
Thoy individually repliod iu tho
negative. Lieut. Jones had dis
cussed tho matter casually but had
formod no opinion.
Mr. Neumann desired to outer an
objection to tho sitting of tho Com
mission on tho grouuu that its mem
bers had already sat on aud decided
on a similar case, and wero there
fore not qualified to sit. Tho mat-
tor to cotno before tho Court had
already boon discussed aud decided
upon, Iu tho present case it was
tho only tho change of name that
has made tho caso different.
Tho Judgo Advocate held that
tho trial proceed. Ho contended
that the caso was quite different al
though the charge may bo tho same.
Tho place and circumstances may
not bo tho same,
Col. Whitiuff aunouuocd after duo
deliberation tlint t ho Court could
not entertain any such objection as
it ninouuted to a a clialluugo of tho
5Ir.( Xcuminn then objoclod to
tho oittiu of Jjiout. Col. Fisher in
tho Commission as bo has had tho
matter under consideration.
Lieut. Col. Fisher stated that he
had not Eat on any previous case of
misprision of treason, having been
excused on each instanrn. ,
Mr. Neumann then would with
draw his objection to Liout. Col.
Counsel challenged Captain Ziog
ler, ho having sat on a previous eao
for misprision of treason.
Tho Court retired for delibera
tion. Tho Court announced that t ho
objection was not sustainod.
Neumann challenged tho remain
der of the Commission, and Col.
Whiting announced that tho previ
ous judgment would rule, uamoly,
that the objection would bo over
ruled. Tho Commission nm then sworn.
Judge Advocate read ehargo ami
specifications against Liliuokalaui
Dominis. They were tho same as in
the cases of J. F Howler, misprision
of treason by having knowledge of
a conspiracy to overthrow tho llo
puhlic and concealing the same.
At the conclusion of t lie reading
of tli ehargo and specifications Mr.
Neumann, counsel for Liliuokalaui
, Dominis mido a motion that tho
case be comuiucu until to morrow
(Wednesday) inorutntr. before the
accused be rc-nuired to plead. Other
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time. Coiium I desired to ormulalo
objections to the specifications aud
ranunstod tiuu on which to do so.
Judge Advocate Kinney objected
to tho continuance, Hssutlicient time
had claused since the serviui; of tho
, vaaW au" "J
ou Saturday fast
charge and specification, which was
of tho Court, as ho had
ground of his objection.
Tho Court cleared for delibera
tion. Col. Whiting announced that the
adjournment would bo granted in
llecess was taken until '2 o'clock.
Tho Court conveued at 2 o'clock.
j John A. Cummins and Captain Win.
Davies wvro brought iu for trial.
I Tho charge against them is trea
son. Mr. Cummins stated that J. A.
Magoon would appear for him. Cap
tain Davies had no counsel aud de
) Tho Commission was then sworn.
Captain Davies pleadod guilty to
' tho second specification which stales
that he did assist iu procuring mu
nitions of war for tho purpose of
levying war. To tho ehargo ho
pleaded guilty. To tho second
charge and specifications tho prison-
, or pleaded not guilty. The charge
is inciting and abetting others to
Mr. Cummins desired to mako a
statomont before he would plead to
tho specifications. Ho had made a
, statement bofore tho Commission a
: few days ago in which he disclosed
his part in tho affair. If what ho
had said camo under tho second
specification he would plead guilty.
lie did not desire to add anything
to what ho had alreadv raid. Ho
j now saw tho folly of what he had
Aflnr fnnaiiliinr wllb liU pnunsnl
Mr. Cummins stated ho would nlead
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Kuiur. aihu u'liuiy iu iiiu ursi
charge. To the second charge,
namely iuciting aud abetting others
to engage in opon rebellion Mr.
Cummins pleaded not guilty.
Tho statement which Mr. Cum
mins made before tho Commission a
few days ago and reported iu tho
Bulletin was then road by the
Judge Advocate. Mr. Cummins
desired that that would be his stato
Captain Davies stated that ho had .
boon offered $10,000 if ho succeedod
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k ard had guaranteed him 1000. Tho
u muuiui, ,uu ma. , . 11. iuva'
captaiu know what tho arms wero to
uo landed lor.
After argument by Mr. Magoon
for the accused and Judgo Advocate
for tho prosecution tho Court ad
journod till 10 o'clock to-morrow.
The steamer Kinau arrived this