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VOL. IX. NO. 1250.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY (i. 1895.
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(1ROOKEKY and 04.AB8WAUB.
EX-(1UEEN ON HAL
One of Her Honre'iold Favorites
M fi-s Against Her,
Thi A'taik to HiYi B-.qi H.'.ce
O'c'otk 1b the Hornlrg.
Court convened at 10 o'clock.
Shortly odor Mrs. Domiuio was es
corted into tho Courtroom nrconi
paniod by Mri. C. 1$. Wilfioti.
Minutes of yoaterday's proceed
iups wore road and approved.
U. S. Minister Willie, British Coin
uiissionor Hawes, Fronch Commis
sioner Vorlovo, t'orttiRUPfo Chnrtro
i d'AHairoR Cauavarro and Japaueso
Consul Oonural Shinio.o woru pres
ent. Boforo mailing his pica Mr. Neu
mann, counsel for tho aecusud, stated
I that ho would read au objection to
the jurisdiction of tho Military
1 Commission on tho ground that no
order convening such had beeu sorv
' ed on the prisoner. Mrs. Domiui
signed the objection.
Judgo Advocato Kinney stated
that ho had been informed by the
1 offlcerwho bad;swved the papors,
mat a printed ropy ot tho order
convening the Commission had been
served on the accused with tho ori
ginal ehargo of treason. When the
charge was amended to misprision
of treason tho ofllcer did not think
it necessary to servo a second papor
I containing tho order.
1 Mr. Neumann roplied that no such
I paper had beon served on the ac
' cused at any time. Ho would ask
j that the oQlcor bo produced to sub
i stantiate his return of orvico in
i open Court.
Captain Kinney said ho would
1 produce tho ofllcer.
I Major I'otter was brought into
Coutl to make a statement, which
ho did as follows: I served all tho
, papors in tho caso of Mrs. Dominis.
Served tho first papers containing
tbo charge oi troason and speciuca
tious on her on January 31. To the
best of my knowlodgo a printed
copy of tbo order convoning tho
Military Commission was inside tho
package. 1 did not servo tho papors
in the charge of misprision of troa
sou. f Mr. Neumann held that if the no
tice was served on January 31 tho
proceeding was irregular. It was
not uiado within tho time laid down
by law. A Military Commission was
not a trifling matter and the mem
bers should givo this objootiou seri
Mr. Kinney ropliod that if counsel
had uo objoction tho paper would bo
The Court announced that tho
! plea was overruled.
! Mr. Neumann then read further
objections as to the jurisdiction of
tho Commission, tho same as made
i by counsel in former cases.
-Mr. .Neumann uiado an additional
objection to tho ohargo and speoifi-
cations made against tho accused,
l alleging that they wero vaguo aud
1 uncertain. No date had boou sot
forth whon a crhno had been com
mitted or when tho accused had con
cealed kuowlodge of tho same.
Couutol objected to specifications 0
and 12, holding that they do not
specify any act of troason. Ho quot
ed from acts of the Provisional Gov
ernment govorning trensouablo of
fenses. Mr. Kinuoy quoted from tho sanio
authority. He submitted in tho na
ture of tho ohargo tho timo is sufll
oioutly specific. The crime charged
is within tho last threo months. Tho
treason was ripening every minute
of the day, and ho hold that the
charge and specifications cover all
grounds. Tho vory act of a partial
organizing of a military body undor
a preteuded government and haviug
kuowledgo of tho samo is counte
nancing, aiding, and abetting treason.
Tho Court announcod tho objec
Mrs. Lilitiokalanl Dominis through
her couusol declined to tilead to the
thirteen specifications and chargu.
, Tho Court directed that a plea of
not guilty bo entered.
' Taking of Fvidonco
I Charles Clark, swornrstates: Am
' 30 years of ago; resided iti Washing
I ton 1'lace in November and .! miliary;
' been living there two 3 ears as a re
, tainer; remomber night of Jan. 8,
when there was talk of au uprising;
I there woro over thirty there; they
, were all armed; tho arms uero dug
out of the yard between 0 and 7 p.
i m ; lordered Hakuolo and Koolau
1 to dig up the arms, some in the
front aud othirs in the bauk of the
maiu house, (list auce probably about
1 thirty yards from the house; the ac
cused lived in the main house; tho
nruis in tho rear were eoventy-fivo
1 yards from tho hoiuo aud undor a
rubbish pile; thirty tilles, some
bombs, revolvers aud ammunition
woro dug out; tho arms woro buried
thero about tho timo thero were
rumors Hint Washington Placo was
to bo searched, last year some time;
prior to Jau. 3 tho guards wore un
armed; the arms were taken into
the carriage uoumi and forty men
picked out their rillf and cartridge
belt"; two watches wore rot, sixteen
men in each watch; guards woro
stationed around Washington Dace;
accused usually slept 111 a room
downstairs facing tho Puuahou
school, Ewa side; five guards wore '
stationed on that side, four on tho
Waikilu sido and eight in front; I
had been informed by Nowlein that
a movement was to bo tnado at 1
o'clock Jan. 4, that is tho reason tho
men were armed; had roceived orders
to hold Washington Placo agaiust
nil comers; the bombs which were
dug up wore put on tho floor in a
cottage; the cartridve bolts woro
made at Washington l'laco and some
at Warren's place; when arming tho
men I told them that tho timo had
come; tho men evidently know what
was meant; Nowlein told me that
tho arms were to bo landed that
night, Jau. 3, aud the movement was
to bo mado at 1 o'clock next morn
ing; when tho second watch came on
at midnight the arms woro ro-buried,
as Nowloin came in and told thorn
that tho movement was on"; on Sun
day forenoon following Nowlein told
mo to got ready, as the movement
was to be made at G o'clock Monday
morning; the arms were due out
again and men were armed; mot tho
accused at 7 o'clock Sunday evening
and told her that Nowloiu had told
that tho movemeut was to bo
made noxt morning; she said that
Nowloin had told her that also, aud
she hoped it would be a success: tho
guards were stationed at 'J o'clock;
Nowlein left Washington Placo at
8:30 o'clock, and never heard from
him again; that Sunday night saw
soldiers in Wall's premises and went
and told tho accused about it; alio
said she was sorry; saw W. W. Hall
Monday morning and ho told me
that C. L. Carter had beon shot; de
cided to bury tho arms again that
Crods examination Told accused
in tho parlor that tho movemout
would bo made on Monday morniug;
none of her six or seven femalo at
Uudants were present; was "ohua"
at Washington Place; stood guard
there; Nowlein had charge of tho
arms on tho premises; don't know
who brought tho bomb3 thoro: saw
them thoro in 1893; thoy woro buriod
whe.u I wont thore,
Tho bombs wore exhibited in
Witness continuing Tho iron
bombs woro brought thero tho Sun
day boforo New Year; thoy were
brought thoro in a buggy by Mrs.
Nowlein; the bombs wore buriod iu
Tho Court took recess uutil 1:30
Court convonod at 1:30 o'clock.
Joseph Kaawai, sworn, states: Was
at Washington Placo duriug past
two yoars as a retainer; remember
seeing guns ou Thursday night, Jan,
3; ou Friday morning the acousod
asked me what the news was of last
night; I told hor that our work had
been unsuccessful; tho work meant
was an attempt at an outbreak;
Charles Clark told mo on Thursday
morning that we had some work for
that night; had heard aud read in
the newspaper about a revolution;
on the Sunday following saw tho
gnu again; thoy were distributed
to the guards.
Cro.s examination Sometimes
the accused nii'i sometimes Sam
Nowlein gavo orders to 11111 as to my
duties about the place; also uoted
d wn names of anyone calling on
tho accused and the timo they call
ed; reported in the oveuiiigs to
Chas. Clark; was a soldier under
tho monarchy; since that havo been
a retainer for the accused; tho ac
cused never 'spoke to mo about a
revolution; I was assigned no par
ticular position on Thursday night;
spoko to Sam Nowloin first about
having had conversation with the
accused on Friday morning; Now
leiu was in prison aud ho akcd mo
if I had talked with tho Queen aud
1 told him what 1 havo stated; after
1 told him about the conversation
Nowlein related to mo tho story of
his going to the war; night before
last I was told that if I did not tell
I would be hung or shot; Mr. Kin
bey told mo that I know the penalty
if I did not toll tho truth it would
be either shooting or hanging.
To Kinney Don't know whero
the book I kept at Washington
Place is now.
MAD AS A WET HEN.
Wrongful Imputation Upon a Woll
James Carly, tho well known hack
man, was the maddest man in town
yesterday, and with a good reason.
At tho Fauthoou, as at all other
saloons, is stationed a special polico
tnu. On Monday last an individual
named Kaiser made his appearance
on the place and took up his posi
tion iu a rear 100m having a full
view of tho bar. He stayed there
religiously all day. The following
morning James Carty was rent for
by tho Marshal who had recoived an
unsigned repot t from Kaiser to tho
effect that at 11 o'clock on Monday
a bottle of gin and a bottlo of
whisky bad been sold over tho bar
by the Chinaman and tho party pur
chasing it drove off in hack 75. As
this is Jim Carty's own hack, tho
Marshal of course wautod an ex
planation. The facts show that
Carty was employed all day iu driv
ing for the Marshal's oillce, that the
spy uovor loH tho rear room during
the whole morning and could not
possibly see tho numbor of tho hack.
It can also bo proved by a bystander
that tlio so called package 01
atwl nrliiaLrw tvna aitiirii t t ut rt tlna
1 of boor Tho Bpy wut out aa hour
or two after aud asked a few ques
tions of a person who cau bo named,
who gave him a first-class "stiff."
Carty says he has been uino years in
tho hack businers and was never
haulod up beforo tho Marshal bo
fore, and uudur the circumstances it
is uo wonder ho is mad.
Tho Late Fires.
Detective Larsen has investigated
tho fires at Bert el matin's shop and
Nowleiu's house. Ho concludes that
tho former was incendiary, but can
not say who is the guilty person.
Thore was nothing about tho Now
loin fire which would provo it was
wilfully set. It might havo boon
I from a cigarette carelessly turowu
Iu a recent editorial the Salom,
I Oregon, Iudopondout says: ''Time
I aud again havo we soon Chamber
Iain's Cough Homody tried aud uovor
without nio most satisfactory re
sults. Whenever wo seo a porsou
alllicted with horsenoss, with a cough
or cold, wo invariably advise them
! to get Chamberlain's Cough Itome
' dy; and when thoy do, they never
I regret it. it always does tho work,
and does it well." For sale by Beu
sou, Smith & Co., Agents for tlio
Mother Aud so Kstollo has
brokon hor engagomentl Well, all 1
havo to say is, that things havo
changed since my time. Engage
ments woro considered sacred then.
I should like to kuow how you
young pooplo regard thorn. Daugh
ter Oh, a proposal is merely a com
pliment on a man's part, and an ac
ceptance a return compliment from
a girl. That's all. Philadelphia
Daily Bulletin 50 centi per vwnth.