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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 7, 1893.
Retaiaers of the Ex-Queen Give
Evidence Against Her,
Pftol ol S'naturs Au hors ! tbe
W. F. Kaae, sworn, states: Have
been acting as privato secretary for
tho accused siuco her overthrow; ro
mombor making out tho forms for
commissions, tho latter etui of D
combor of last year; received tho
forms from Chas. Gulick; there wore
olevon commissions; aftor having fill
eel out tho commissions tho amist-d
signed thorn and put thorn in largo
envelopes; drafted other papers that
same day; tho accused was present
when tho commissions were read and
compared; tho papers woro all ready
for signature; remetubor tho Thurs
day night prior to the uprising; there 1
wero armed men at Washington ,
Place that night, bet neon thirty and ,
forty men; tho arms were to bo used
in cao of au attack from govern-1
uiout troops and tho police; had uu-'
derstood that arms were to bo land-'
od at Kakaako that night for tho '
purpose of creating a revolution to
overthrow tho government and re
store tho monarchy; on Wednesday '
aftor the uprising tho accusud told
me that tho couflnissions and all so-,
cret papers had been destroyed; the
accused was arrested the Wednesday '
following; Washington Place was
taken possession of by tho govern- i
meut olllcials tho following morning i
when wo wero arrested; n.'membor
tho diary in which names of visitors '
woro kept; it was burnt t.wo days '
prior to tho arrest by .loo Ileleluho
m my presence. '
CroKtt-oxamination Kinney, Ho-'
bortson and myself wont to Wnsliiug
tou PJaco after my arrost and search
ed for tho commissions and other
papors and could iinduono; tho only ,
paper found in the place was a note '
from Charles Oulick; Charles Clark i
had charge of tho guards at Wash- j
ington Place; saw guns thoro in a
carriage hoii'c; saw between ten and
lift eon bombs in a room on tho Wai- ,
kiln side of tho main building. i
Chief Justice J mid, sworn, states:
Was instructed by tho President on
Jan. 1G to make inspection of papers I
at Washington Place; wont there
with Deputy Marshal Drowu shortly
before noon; carried out inslruc-1
tions; remember seeing this diary at I
Washington Place; found it on a ,
desk occupied by tho accused in a
front room on tho Ewa corner of tho ,
main building; identify tho writiug
in tho diary as that of tho accused;
(roads those last words in tho diary,
dated Dec. 28): "Signed oloveu com-!
Mr. Neumann demanded au in-I
spectiou of tho diary. '
Mr. Kinney objected to giving tho
book to the counsel for a full in
spection, but would do so if ho con
fined himself to tho part placed in
Tho Court directed thu Judge
Advocate to hand tho diary to the
counsel for a full inspection.
Later tho decision was rovorscd
after counsel had live minutes' pe
rusal. W. F. Kane, rocallod: Saw this
(piece of hard clay) on tho writing
desk ol tue accused; been tuoro about
To Neumann Am related to Sam 1
Mr. Neumann objected to the in
troduction of tho pieco of clay as
evidence. It may bo that it is a part
of tho outside of a bombsljoll, but if
tho Judgo Advocate could not pro
duce tho bomb of which tho pieco is
a part, thon it could not bo intro
duced as evidence.
Mr. Kinney stated that perhaps
counsel's client would furnish tho
missing bomb. Ho desired to show
that tho particle is of tho samo
matorial as that in othor bombs
found on tho premises of tho ac
cused. Tho Court hold that it could not
bo introduced as ovidouco unless it
could bo connected.
Samuol Nowlein, sworn, states:
Took part in tho attempted upris
ing on Jan. ti and 7 for the restora
tion of tho manarchy; I planned tho
revolution; was assisted by Gulick,
Rickard and Soward; plans started
four mouths ago; original timo sot
for tho uprising was Wodnesday
night, Jau. 2; tho second was at 1
o'clock tho followiug night; had
previomly sooured arms and lauded
them beyond Diamond Head; had
between 500 and 700 men to go into
tho uprising, and only about 100
came out; on Sunday evening, Jan.
6, loft Washington Place early but
mot the accused before loavingon
tho veranda; she was sitting thoro
with another lady; I said, "Good
evening, your Majosly, we're going
to do something," and left; the no
cined said she was sorry ho was go
ing to leave; I told her I could not
help it a my men wero out at Dia
mond Head and I had to go, but
that I had left instructions with
Charles Clark; on the Friday morn
ing previous I saw tho accused and
told her I was sorry Hie thing didn't
como off tho night previous remem
ber seeing copies of constitution,
proclamations, commissions, etc.;
they were engrossed by Kaae.
Cros-oxaunuatiou Novor told tho
accused the dates of tho projected
uprising; only told her on Friday
morning that tho movement had
been a failure; I hit on a now plan,
that was to movo.into tho town from
Diamond Head al G o'clock Monday
morning; had a conference with
Bortelmaun and Wilcox on Satur-,
day afternoon; know Jos. Kaauwai ,
four years; had an interview with
hiui at Station House in a col; Opu
nui nud Kaauwai wero tho only ones
present; I told them to tell tho
truth; Upuuui had hid no conver
sation with tho accused.
A. G. M. Robertson, sworn, states:
Remomber assisting you at the ex
amination of nine of tho rotniuors at
tho Police Statiou; they woro re-
luctant in testifying and wero told
that sotno of tho white men who ,
had rofused to disclose anything and
had gone on trial had been found
guilty, and a paper had published
that tlioy wero to bo hanged. '
Tho Court adjourned until 10 ,
o'clock Thursday morning.
A Ploa for Horbartiin Pedagogy.
Editor Bulletin: ,
In his valuable addtess at the Y.
M. C. A. hall Tuesday evening, Prof.
Brown called tho attention of his
audience to the two principal schools
of educational thought prevalent in
America, tho Herbartiau,ropres anted
by tho Illinois State Normal Univer
sity, and tho "child study" school,
represented by Clark University,
with Dr. G. Stanley Hall at tho head. I
Tho speaker showed plainly how tho i
one supplements the other, and how ;
dialoctically they pass over into I
each other. But it is to be feared '
that Hawaiian teachers are passing I
lightly over tho Herbartiau Peda
gogy. Tho child-study schools are
undoubtedly reaching out toward
tho pedagogy of the future. Thoy I
are laying foundations for a sciouco of I
education, such as tho world has not J
yet known. But tho building up of I
a scienco is a slow process, and wullo ,
it is going on children are growing '
up. Let us assist in building up this j
science if possible, but let us first of I
all look to tho present. Wo havo
our children to teach from day to
day, aud cannot afford to await tho j
results of presout investigations.
By common consent of American, i
English and German educators tho I
Herbartiau Pedagogy is pioominont- i
ly tno pedagogy ol tho present.
Our teachers should uot loso sight
of this fact. It is evidont that it
is susceptible to improvement, aud
that it is being modified constantly;
but after all it furnishos tho best
working basis the world has yet
reached. Lot it not be neglected
by our associations. Every teacher
should bo familiar with it as repre
sented by such men as Rein, Hoop
er, Do Ganuo and tho two Me
Murrys. A Teacher.
Loads to norvousuoss, frotfulnoss.
peevishness, chronic Dyspepsia and
jjroat misery. Hood's Sarsaparilla
is tho remedy. It tones the stomach,
creates an appetite, and gives a
relish to food. It makes pure blood
and gives healthy action to all tho
orgaiiB of tho body. Tako Hood's
for Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Pills bocomo tho favorite
cathartic with ovory one who tries
At Williams' Studio aro to bo soon
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantorn
Slides for lecture by ,tho set or
Pair of Strong Work Horses 1
State price aud where to bo scon to
'G. A. M.,"
1 O. Box ICfl.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS A
reward ot fiUO to any one giving in
formation that will lead to the conviction
of the person who stole u Diamond King
from his promises on Thursday lust.
1212-tt MILLARD F. ORANDALL.
struck my- j-toro during
December. It wa n
Btronjr, vigorous lull
grown affair, mid had no
respect for othvr people's
fi-elings. It would push
its way in through the
front door rnnimnge
unjong my choice goods,
tear down, pick to pieces,
growl at everything ex
cept the qinility and price,
buy a paper of Pins cr a
Silk Dress, go out and
comu back in a nhort
time reinforced by neigh
boring cyclones. This
nagging during the
month has jnad me gray
before my time, and
standing in the middle of
the store at 12 i m. on
December 31, 180-J, I
was glad to ay "Pan."
Feel f-omewhat better this
week and have arrived at
the conclusion that I will
hold my Annual Clear
ance Sale "Now a clear
ance sale may mean noth
ing or everything. In my
leace t means everything.
I huvo a largo assortment
of goods on hand that I
must get rid of before
the return of next Aus
tralia. I must have hhelf
room and to get ic I am
prepared to make a sacri
fice. Everything must,
be sold. JS'ow each week '
I am going to offer some
thing special, this time it
is millinery. Nowhere
in Honolulu can yon buy
Hats and all the attach
ments thereto for the next
weik us cheap as ut
.Egan's. No other house
in the city can sell these
goodh at 50c on the SI.
We can't keep it up long,
but will endeavor to sat
isfy everybody as long
us the JJats and Feathers
last. And remember that
you get two dollars'
worth for one of King
Kalakaua's silver cart
wheels. That Tireless Toiler,
,T. J. EGAN,
514 Fort btrcct.
Re-open Feb. 12, 1895.
Ing Six Rooms and
Hath, situated on Nnuami
street. Enquire next door
at 189 Nuuuuu street.
BOOMS AMD BOARD.
ROOMS AND BOARD
for a few persons can be
nail at uaniwui, on tue wai
W. B. BARTLETT,
Cottage, all modern
Improvements, with Stable,
Barn and Servants' Room
on premises, on Klnau street, one block
Irom horso-cars. Dot particulars apply to
N. 8. SACHS,
, 1252 tf 620 Fort street.
JL premises situate on the
east sine ol the old Maklkl
playground, formerly occu
pied, by A. Qurtenberg, Esq. The build
ings are modern and commodious and the
spacious grounds aro Inld out in fruit and
ornamental trees. Easy terms to n desira
ble tenant. For further particulars please
apply to BRUCE OARTWRiaUT,
EXECUTIVE BUILDING, )
Honolulu, II. I., Jauuary 7, 1895.)
Tho right of WHIT OF HABEAS
CORPUS is hereby suspended and
MARTIAL LAW is instituted and
established throughout tho Island
of Oahu, to coutinuo until further
notice, during which time, howovor,
tho Courts will coutinuo in session
and conduct ordinary business as
usual, except as aforesaid. ,
By tho President:
SANFORD B. DOLE,
President of tho Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
General Headquarters, Republic
of Hawaii, ,
Adjutant General's Office,
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, H. I.,
January 16, 181)5,
Special Odder No. 25.
Order for a Militart Commission.
A Military Commission is heroby
ordered to meet at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, on Thursday, tho 17th day
of January, A. D. 1805, at 10 o'clock
a. m., aud thereafter from day to day
for tho trial of such prisoners as
may bo brought boforo it on the
charges and specifications to bo pre
sented by tho Judgo Advocate.
Tho Ollicers composing tho Com
1. Colonel William Austin Whit
ing, First Regiment, N. G. H.
2. Lieutenant-Colonel J. H.Fishor,
First Regiment, N. G. H.
3. Captain O. W. Ziegler, Compa
ny F, N. G. H.
4. Captain J. M. Camara, Jr., Com
pany C, N. G. H.
C. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
N. G. H.
6. Captain W. 0. Wilder, Jr., Com
pany D, N. G. H.
7. First Lieutenant J. W. Jones,
Company D, N. G. H.
Captain William A. Kinney, Aid-do-Camp
ou General Staff, Judgo
By order of tho Commaudor-in-Chief.
(Signed) JNO. H. SOPEK,
Under MARTIAL LAW every
person found upon tho streets or
in any public place between 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 gathering of crowds is pro
hibited. Anyone disturbing tho peace or
disobeying orders is liable to sum
mary arrest without warrant.
By order of tho Commaudor-iu-Chiof,
J. H. SOPER,
From and after dato LIQUORS OF ALL
DESCRIPTIONS will be allowed to be
sold at the Licensed Saloons, between the
hours of 0 a. m. and 0. p. m., providing thu
came bo drank on the promises.
No Liquors shall be taken away from
such Saloons except Beer, Ale and Stout.
Any violation of this will cause such Sa
loon to bo Immediately closed. Tho pres
ence of any person under the influence of
liquor upon nny saloon premises will also
be sulllclcnt to cause such Saloon to bo im
K. 0. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic ot Hawaii.
February 0, 1605. 1250-tf
SPECIAL O.RDERS, No. 26
Tho Military Commission now in
session in this city, convened by
Special Orders No. 25, dated January
16, 1895, from those Headquarters
will hold its sessions without regard
By order of tho Commnudor-in-Chief.
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutant-General's Ofllco, Hono
lulu, January 19, 1895. 1213-lf
All persons aro heroby uotiGod
that they aro strictly forbidden to
use firo crackers, Chineso bombs or
any fireworks whatovcr within tho
limits of Honolulu.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
NOTICE TO .DELINQUENT TAX
Tax Payers of the Island of Oahu arc
hereby notified that, in accordance with
Section 01, Chapter 01 of the Session Laws
of lbU2, all Taxes remaining unpaid
on thu 31itdnyof January, will be pub'
llslied together with a list of a 1 Delin
quent Taxpayers as toon after tho above
date as practicable.
Assessor of the First Division Island of
The business of tho country is
sottliug into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has relurnod
from his vacation, tho cows in tho
fiasturo switch flies instead of bul
ls ts with their tails and tho cream is
richer in consequence. Wo believe
wo havo satisfied ovory ,one of our
customers who havo taken milk from
us aud wo aro iu a position to sup
ply a groat many more. Tho people
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialae during tho past two weeks
hav.o had an opportunity to seo just
what sort of diet our stock foods
upon, and no louder wondor at tho
richness of the milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro tho
best. With tho exception of a day
or two early in tho late uuploasant
nessour drivers have always boon
on time at our customers' residences.
We tako this opportunity to thank
those who havo boon patient with us
and to solicit n continuance of their
patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
fill all ordors telephoned to us and
guarantee all' milk to bo pure and
free from adulteration.
The WAIALAE RANCH.
THIS SPACE IS'
ML. S. iLiEJ-VT,
Fort Street, H. I.
MESSRS. OQURA & CO. ARE RE
cclvlng orders for Plantation Labor
to arrive in March next. All those who
wish laborers should place their orders im
mediately with O, K, Boardman, Agent
for the above firm. Conditions are men
tioned In prospectus: "lo tho Planters of
llmvnll" n v. UnAIMlMlK
Agent for Ogura & Co.