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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 8, 1895.
Mrs. Domiois Completes Her-
Evidence and Makes
She Apceals to ifce Civilize World
aad Invokes Ptaca and
The objection was sustained. Tho
Judge Advocate must couliue him
self to the evidence brought out in
the diroct examination.
Continuing Do not know who '
has charge of the promises when '
Nowloin is absent; do uot know
whether lie was gone from tho placo
on thai Sunday night; thiuk that
Charles Clark takes chargo of prera-'
isos when Nov, loin is away; do not
know whet her Clark had charge on
Thursday or Sunday night; don't
know whether it transgressed rules
if Clark came into the lioujo at 9 p
m. and told n.o that Govornuiont'sol
diors wore on the street; from tho
time of the overthrow of tho govern- '
meut the Provisional Government
allowed me sixteen guards; later tho
guards wore taken away, but the
people stayed there as retainer; the
arms were taken away; did uot pee
dark between Miusot aud midnight
that Sunday; did not know he was
on the premises during that lime.
Tho case for tho defense closed.
A statotnout by Mrs. Liliuoknlani
Domiuis was then filed. The state
ment was written in Ilawaiiau ori
ginally and was interpreted by W.
Ex-Quoen'o Statement. !
In tho year 1S93, ou tho 11 h dt-y
of January, at the request of a large
majority of the Hawaiian people,
and by aud with the advice aud con- ,
sent of my cabinet, I propopod to
make certain changes in the Cousti-1
tution of the Ilawaiiau Kingdom,
which were suggested to mo as be
ing for tho advantago aud benefit of
tho Kingdom and subjects aud resi
dents thereof. These proposed
changes did not deprive foreigners
of any rights or privileges enjoyed :
by them under the Constitution of
18S7, promulgated by Kiug Kala
kaua and his Cabinet, without the
const-tit of the people or ratified by
My Ministers at the last moment
changed thoir views and roquostod
me to defer all actiou in connection
Willi tlio Uoustitution, and l yiolcleu
to their auvice as )ounU to do by
tho existing Constitution and laws.
A minority of tho foroign populn-
tion made my actiou the pretext for
overthrowing the Monarchy, and,
aided by tho United
by the UnitoU Mates naval
forces aud representative
oil a now Koverumeut.
I owed no allegiance to the Pro
visional Government so established,
nor to any power or to any ono save
the will of my people and tho wel
fare of my country.
The wisuos of my people were not
consultuu as to this change oi gov
erumeut, and puly thoso who wero
in practical rebellion against tho
Constitutional Government wore al
lowed to volo upon tho question
whether tho Monarchy should exist
To provont tho shedding of tho
blood of my pooplo, natives and for
eigners aliko, I opposod armed inter
ference and quiotly yielded to tho
armed forces brought against
throne, and submitted to tho arbi -
bwww ..,-.-' . .......,, J
, of. ttio uovornmeut oi the
United states the decision oi my
rightB and thoso of the Hawaiian
people. Since thon, as is well known
to all, I havo pursued the path of
peaco and diplomatic discussion,
aud uot that of internal strife.
Tho United States having first in
torforod in tho interest of thoso
founding the Government of 1893
upon the basis of rovolution, con
cluded to loave to the Hawaiian poo
plo tho selootion of thoir own form
This selection was anticipated and
pruvoutod by the Provisional Gov
ernment, who, being possessed of
tho military aud police powor of tho
Kingdom, so cramped tho electoral
privileges that no free expression of
thoir will was permitted to the peo
ple who woro opposod to them.
By my command aud advice tho
native- people and those in sympathy
with them were restrained from ris
ing against tho Government in
Tho movement undertaken by tho
TTnirnilntin lnd. month wa absolute-
It. ,r.t.n.,1m..nil trtlliniif mr Itnnw.
lodiro, sanction, consent or acsist-
anw. uirocuy or inmrooiiy, ami 11119
fact is in truth well knowu to thoso
who took part iu it.
I received no information from
any ouo in regard to arms which
wore procured or which wero to be
procurod, nor of any men who were
induced, or to bo induced, to join iu
I any such uprising.
I I do not know why this informa
tion should have been withheld from
me, unless it was with a view tomy
I pergonal fafety or as a precaution
ary measure. It would not have ro-
I ceivvd my sanction and I cau assure
the gentlemen of this Commission
I that, had I known of any suoh In-
, teutiou, I would have dissuaded the
Fromotors from such a venture But
will add that had I known, their
I secrots would havo been mino and
I That I intonded to change my
1 Cabinet and to appoint rortam olll
, cors of the kingdom, in tho event of
I tny restoration, I will admit; but
1 that I, or any one kuowu to me, had,
i iu part or in whole, established a
new government is not true. Beforo
tint 21th of .T.itiunrv. 1895.. the dav
upon which I formally abdicated,
aud called upon my people to recog
uizo the Republic oi Hawaii as tho
only lawful Govorumeut of thoso
Islands, aud to support that Govern
ment, I claim that I bad the right to
select a Cabinet in anticipation of a
possibility, and history of other gov-
oruraouts supports this right. I was ,
not intimidated into abdicating, but
followed tho counsel oi nolo nnu
generous friends aud well-wishers
who advised me that such au act
would rostoro noaco and good will
among my people; vitalize the pre
1 gross aud prosperity of the Islands
aud induce the actual Govorumeut
i to doal leniently, mercifully, charita-
bly and dispassionately with thoso
who resorted to arms for tho pur-
pose of displacing a govorumout in
the formation of which they had no
voice or control; ami which they
themselves had seuii established by
force of arms.
1 acted of my emu free will, and
wish the world to know that I havo
aked no immunity or favor myself
nor pleaded my abdication as a po
ti ion for mercy. My aotious wero
dictated by the sole aim of doing
' good to my beloved couutry. and of
alleviating tho privations and pains
of thoio who unhappily and unwise- t
ly resorted to arms to rogaiu an iu
i uepoudence, which thoy thought had ,
beon unjustly wrested from tiiem.
As you doal with them, so I pray '
that tho Almighty God may doal
with you iu your hours of trial.
' To my regret much has been said
about tho danger which threatened I
foreign women aud children, and i
about tho bloodthirstinoss of tho
Uawauaus and tho outrages which
would linvn linnn tinrnntrntitil bv
thorn if thoy had succeeded iu their
attempt to overthrow tho republican
They who kuow tho Hawaiian
tninuur nml disrinsitlnn iinrinrKtanrl
I lint I linr.. was nn fninuUtion fnr nnv
.....l. foo,. rn, ,roi, "t. -,7,
' relj4iB to , jg,, foreigners whom thov
ouw. .v..... ..nj uuuuiiui u. iu
. oaptured aud hold shows that there
. wns uo ,naUgUancy ju tho hearts of
tho Hawaiians at all. It would havo
boeu sad iudeod if the 'doctrine of
. tho Christian Missionarr Fathers.
, taU.Ut to my P00Pi0 bv thom nnj
t,h.oso wij0 succooded them, should
havo fallen like tho seed in tho para
ble upou uarron ground.
I must deny your right to try mo
in tho maimer aud by the Court
which yon have called togothor for
this purpose In your actions vou
, vislato your own Constitutiou aud
laws wuien aro now tno uousmutiou
aud laws of tho land.
There may bo in your consciences
a warraut for your action, in what
you may doom a necessity of tho
times,. but you cannot find any suoh
warrant for any such aotion in any
settled, civilized or Christian laud.
All who uphold you in this uulawful
proceeding may scorn and despise
my word, but tho offense of broak-
a - . .
1 iB aim sotting asido
ide lor a speciuo
your own na-
tion and disregarding all juBtico and i of It. 1'. 0357, 1.. 0. A. 7713. There nro 324
fniniAHB mv lin in IKnm nml in vnn U-10 Acres to every share. Tiiis land ad
jairuess may uo io inom anu to you ,olns Ka.aulkl ou tho Bouth and is a vain-
tho source of au unhappy and much
to be regroueu legacy.
I would ask you to consider that
your Government is on trial beforo
iho whole civilized world, and that
in accordance with your actions aud
decisions will you yourselves be
judged. The happiness and pros
perity of Hawaii aro houcefortu in
your hands alone as its rulers. You
aro commencing a now era in its his
tory. May tho Divine Providonco
grant you tho wisdom to load tho
uation into the paths of forbearnnco,
forgiveness and peace, aud to croato
aud consolidato a united people ever
anxious to advance iu tho way of
civilization outlined by tho Amori
cau fathers of liberty aud religion.
In concluding my statement I
thank you for tho courtesy you have
shown to me, not as your former
quqon, but as an humble citizon of
this land and as a woman. I assure
you, who bollove you aro faithfully
fulfilling a pubjio duty, that I shall
never harbor anv resentment or
nnvnr hnrhor anv resontUlOUt
chorish any ill feeling towards you
wnmuvur mj """"r1
until 10 o'clock Fri-
LATE NEWS HEMS.
From Auckland Fapors by tho S.
C! W V TTarnnttrt Ituinllin
U" " . UOIWUUil UI.VUUIU. ... ,
Derbv. ridiculed tho rumors of
rumors oi an i
impending dissolution of Parlia
ment, ami saiu u was ino intention
of tho Government to complete the
Tho militia fired on the riotors in
connection with tho tram strike at
Brooklyn, killing several of them.
It is roporlcd that tho Cliiueso re
pulsed tho Japanese at Woihaiwei.
Tho Queen visits tho Court of the
Grand Duke of Hesno in April, when
sho will moel tho Czar, Czarina, and
tho Emporor William of Germany.
Tho Ruler of Abyssinia has form
ally dcclarod war against Italy. The
Italian Government is sending loin
forcomouts. Extensive Hoods havo occurred iu
Now South Walos and Queeslaud.
A Kecomtnondatlon From Los An
geles (332 Castolar St., Los Axoei.es, Cal.
Aftor having suffered for a long
timn from ncntn rlmnm.it im without,
obtaining relief, I used Ohambor-
Iain's Pain Balm and was almost im
mediately relieved. I highly recom- j
mend this as tho best modiciuo
known. D. M. Hamilton. For sale
by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for
tho Hawaiian Islands.
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rm U1 0UUIIb UmK nU1JG.
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emr Subject ciiMiged itally at Hatt
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hours: 0 a. m. to Or. m.
npilK UNDEUBIQNED OFFERS A
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formation that will lead to tht conviction
of tho person who Mole a Diamond King
from Ills premises on Thursday last.
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jk iirvmior- auuniu ' "io
I playground, formerly ocou-
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knowledgcd and stamped, given
irca ana stamped, given to pur
chaser. For further particulars apply to
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Honolulu, January 4, 181)5.
OOyiiA & CO. AltE ItE-
orcUrs (or rlantatlou Uitior
to arrive In March next. All those who
wish laborers should placo their orders Im
mediately with (Ji. K. lioardman, Agent
for the atiovo fln.i. Conditions aro men
tioned In prospectus: "To the Planter;) of
Hawaii." ' ,a. E. IiOAUDMAN.
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i yy, .
EXECUTIVE BUILDING, J
Honolulu, H. I., January 7, 1895.$
Tho right of WRIT OF HABEAS
-.,, , , . ...
uum uq io uwuuj busiouucu
MARTIAL LAW is instituted aud
established throughout tho Island
of Oahu, to continue until further
notice, during which time, howovor,
tho Courts will coutinuo iu 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)
Adjutant General's Office,)
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, H. I.,
January 10, 181)5,
SrECiAL Order No. 25.
Order for a Militart Commission.
A Military Commission is hereby
ordered to moot at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, ou Thursday, tho 17th day
of Jauuary, A. D. 1895, at 10 o'clock
a. m., aud thereafter from day to day
for -tho trial of such prisoners as
may bo brought boforo it ou tho
charges and specifications to bo pre
sented by tho Judge Advocate
The Officers composing tho Com
1. Colouol William Austin Whit
iug, First Regimont, N. G. H.
2. Xioutouant Colouol J.H. Fishor,
First Regiment, N. G. H.
3. Captain O. W. Zieglor, Compa
ny F, N. G. H.
1. Captain J. M. Camara, Jr., Com
pany 0, N. G. H.
5. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
N. G. II.
C. Captain W. 0. Wilder, Jr., Com
pany D, N. G. H.
7. First Liouteuaut J. W. Joues,
Company D, N. G. H.
Captain William A. Kiuuoy, Aid-do-Camp
on Geaeral Staff, Judgo
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief.
(Signed) JNO. H. SOPER,
Under MARTIAL LAW every
fouud upon tho streets or
in any public place botweeu tho
9:30 P. M. and 5 A. M.
will bo liable to arrest, unless pro
vided with a pass from Military
Headquarters of the Marshal's
The gathering of crowds is pro
hibited. Anyone disturbing tho peace or
disobeying orders is liablo to sum
mary arrest without warraut.
By order ot tho Commander-in-Chief,
J. H. SOPER,
From and after date LIQUORS OF ALL
DESCRIPTIONS will be allowed to be
sold at tho Licensed Saloons, between the
hours of 0 a. m. and 0. r. u., providing tho
same bo drank on the premises.
No Liquors shall be taken away front
BuebaEaloons except Deer, Ale and Stout.
Any violation of this will causo such Sa
loon to bo immediately closed, Tho prcs
enco of any person under the influence of
liquor upon any saloon premises will also
be sulllolcnt to cause such Saloon to bo im
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal ltepubllo of Hawaii.
February 0, 1605. 1250-tf
SPECIAL ORDERS, No. 20.
Tho Military Commission now iu
session in this city, convoned by
Special Ordors No. 25, dated January
10, 1895, from thoso Headquarters
will hold its sossious without regard
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief.
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutaut-Goneral's Office, Hono
lulu, January 19, 1895. 1243-tf
Citizens' Guards who havo not
collected their money for sorvicas
reudorod tho Government, will call
at tho Marshal's Office for same from
1 to G r. m. FRIDAY and SATUR
DAY this week.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
All persons aro hereby notifiod
that they aro strictly forbiddon to
uso firo crackers, Chineso bombs or
any fireworks whatever within the
limits of Honolulu.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
NOTICE TO DELINQUENT
Tax rovers ot tho Island of Oahu are
hereby cotillcd that, in accordance with
Section 01, Chapter ul of the Session Laws
of lS'X!, all Taxes remaining unpaid
ou tho 31st day of January, will be pub
lished togothcr with a list of a'l Deliu
iment Tux payors as soon niter the above
dale as practicable.
Assessor of tho First Division Island of
Oahu. 1731 7t
The business of the country is
sottling into its former groove Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, tho cows iu the
pasture switch Hies instead of bul
lots with their tails and the cream is
richer in consequence. Wo believe
we havo satisfied every one of our
customers who havo takou milk from
us aud we aro iu a position to sup
ply a great many moro. The people
who from choice or uecossity visited
Waialao duriug tho past two weeks
havo had an opportunity to see just
what sort of diet our stock foeds
upou, and no longer wouder at the
richness of the milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for dolivory aro the
best, With tho oxcoption of a day
or two early iu tho late unpleasant
ness our drivers have always been
on time at ourcustomora' rosideucos.
We take this opportunity to thauk
thoso who havo boon patient with us
and to solicit a continuance of thoir
patronage Wo will be pleased to
fill all ordors tolophoned to us and
?;uarauteo all milk to be pure aud
reo from adulteration.
The WAIALAB RANCH.
THI8 SPACE IS
:m. s. levy,
FonT Street, H. I,
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