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ORODKBHY and OLABBWAKB.
CDPID ON TRIAL.
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WlllleS WOO SaW Him la IWO
Gut iy Places on tiie Sunday. ? ,nt? tho iifuBe he mained
umij i.uvuu v v uu j. thoro about,ai( an hour; ho camo
there on horseback; witness recounts
. hi going on tho foreigu schoonor
1 and later of landing of arms at Ka-hala.
Mr. towm Is Ovar-raltd la the Usual
Court convened shortly after 10
o'clock. Aftor reading of minutes
tho appointment of A. 0. M. Robert
son to tho position of Jtidgo Advo-
cato succeeding W. A. Kinney was
Captain J. W. Pratt was absont
through indisposition. t
jluo momuers oi mo uommisiiuu
were then sworn.
Tho chartro and specifications .
against Jonah Kalanianaolo (Priuco Recess was taken till 1:80 p.m.
Cupid) wore then read. Ho is
charged with misprision of treason, i An Objection.
Mr. Neumann entered his former I Tho following objection was en
objection to tho jurisdiction of tho torod by Mr jjeumann before recess,
Commission. It was over-rulod. i and disallowed:
xo tno onarge ana spociiicauons .
ftin nnmittMrl flanlinnrl In titoAd Hv
advice of his counsel, Paul Neu
mann. On the first witness being called,
Mr. Neumann objected on the
ground that a list of witnesses had
not been furnished to him as re
quired by law.
Judge Advocate Robertson thought
it was unnecessary, as ho had not
been asked for the list.
The Court retired for delibera
The objection was over-ruled and
tho trial was ordered to proceed.
Walter Blacker, sworn, states:
Work for Cecil Brown handling
' linroui of Wilfili wag in tlin T'urlr
I n C.m.Uv Inn n aaiw rrin nnnnoail
on that day in tho lano leading to
I Bortelmann's house; saw him first
coming out of tho lano and going
towards the Tark; tho next time 1 , " "i UUb'
.,. !,:.. . ,iw., i, ma nnrn:n. son.
pun uiui naa nuuu uo nuu vuiuuk
back towards Bertelmann's place;
said, "Good evening" to him; did
not see anything of him after that;
tho first timo was botweon half-past
three and four o'clock, and tho sec
ond timo was about twenty minutes
later; the accused was riding a dirty
black colored horse; he rode at an
easy canter and almost stopped be-
Samuel Nowleirr, sworn, states:
Was engaged in conspiring to over
throw the government three months
nrinr In aav arrant: rnmnmhnr fins.
patching the steamer Waimanalo to
land arms; these were landed at
Diamond Head on Jan. S; know the
lond Head on Jan. a; know the
Bed: novor had any convorsa-
with him regarding the affair.
oss-examination Don't know of
uross-examination uon t Know oi
my own knowloagn wnotnor tno
steamer Waimanalo was sent out or
not; saw tho guns and had one of
Mr. Neumann movod that Now-
loin's ovidenco bo stricken out bo-
cause it was hearsay.
The objection was over-ruled.
Charles Bartow, Bworn, states:
Was at Kahala and Kaalawai on
Sunday, Jan. Gj thoro were over 230
guns there; meu thoro wero engagod
in cleaning guns; saw the accused
at Kaalawai on Sunday noon, Jan. G;
ho was on horseback; no jumped off
and went into tho houso where tho
arms and ammunition were; armed
men wero about tho place; the men
wero discussing tho object of their
; tho house referred
Lion - Don't know
to was Antonb Rosa1
whether the accused went into tho
houso; thero wero ovor niuoty mon
there; Lot Lauo and Goorgo Town
send talked about the restoration of
tho Queen on tho premises; the ac
cused tied his horse on tho right
side of the house.
Sam Kanahele. sworn, states: Was
at Kaalawai on Sunday, Jan. G, and
saw meu engagod in carrying guus
into Rosa's house; tho men wero
cleaning the guus and taking out
Rosa's houso between fi nud (5 o'clock ,
in the evening: don't know when ho
come from; saw him enter tho houso
but did not see hiia leave.
Charles Warren, sworn, states:
Know tho accused; ho was outside
tho veranda of the house at Kahala
lato in tho afternoon; uo was witn
Carl Wult-maiiu: didn't see iiitn iro-
A. M. Brown, sworn, states: On
Sunday nftc moon. Jau. C, was at !
Waikiki and saw tho accused in I
front of B.'rteluiann's houso at 6:30
o'clock in tho evening; ho was on
horseback and so was I; ho passed a
few feot of mo.
Cross-examination: Was at that
' point watching Bortolmanu's prom- j
isos unuur uiuura irum mu ur.-uiiiij
had heard that arms wero secreted
on Bertelmauu's premiios; two
others passed me coming from tho
same direction as tho accused; ouo
of thorn was John Wise.
. O. Smith, sworn, states: Am
Attorney-General; know tho accus
ed; tbo govornmout first knew of
the laudiuu of arms on tho evening
of Sunday, Jnu. (; actual hostilities
lL'an at 7 n.m
Ti, lin,irfinBI. .. , fnr
Mrs. Liliuokalani Domini, a prison-
er arraigned anu tneu ueioro mis
Commission on a charge of mispri
sion of treason, respectfully objocts
to tho minutes of the proceedings of
the nineteenth day, viz.: Feb. 10,
1895, as read, op the ground that
they contain uo true records of the
proceedings and also do not set
forth tho action of tho Commission
in respect of tho written statement
of tho accused.
Conrt ro-convoned at 1:30 o'clock.
There woro only two spectators
' . A.t the opening, the prosecution
laving closed, Mr. Neumann made a
br'ef a.r8um?ntt nnAu. was. '"'n,!ar'''
Court retired for a few min
of tho steamer
Waimanalo was then brought on for
Wiso and Otherwise.
"I suppose Newiicho's new house
Za"Jv 5 "uf. ""ti.:T' ..'
champagne all tho time "-Ifarprr't
' Susie: ''Oh, dearl I want to work
something lovely in embroidery for
something lovely in embroidery for
' Jack, and I can't think of a subject,
Ho's a football crank, you know."
. Katie: "I'll tell you what to indi-
. Katie: "I'll tell you
cato in tho design. Put in a big
chrysanthemum, floating in a sea of
mud. And in the background you
might work a case of surgical instru
ments." 1'itlHhurg Bulletin.
ouo (.compiaimngly): "llelore wo
were married you used to bring mo
flowers almost overv day. but now
vou never i
ar think of huvinir mn nvnn
a bunch of violets." Ho (gallautly):
"ino pretty liowor girls don't at
tract my attention as much as they
used to." She: "Oh, you darling!
Never mind; I don't roally care for
flowers, anyway," A'ew 1'orfc Weekly,
In a roceut editorial tho
urogon, independent says:
na.lJ, Kain ,ha w. ".on Chamber -
, K8oSlfi Rr,f 7nAiTrM
I S7yhlS?J2t5, T
suits, wuonever we seo a person
afflicted with horsonoss, with a cough
or cold, wo invariably advise them
to got Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy; and wheu they do, thoy never
regret ij. It always does tho work,
and does it well." For sale by Ben
son, Smith k Co., Agents for tho
" T.. i they may bo useful on a rainy day."
If your $ubicnptton hm expired now (Surprised clerk follows iustruc
i a good tirat to renew it. tions.) Vogue,
OWNERSHIP OF ALASKA..
Prediction that it Wilt Oroato
Tho Alakan News, published at
Junoau Citv. makes tho sensational
prediction that Takou inlet and tho
head of Lynn eatial will become
famous tho world over as affording
grounds for a herco international
disputo, and a cause for arbitration
by tho European powers to deter
mine which country shall hold pos
session of it, according to tho provi
sions of tho Russian treaty and tho
subsequent purchase of Alaska by
tho United States.
"Each nation," says tho Alaska
News, "holds fast to a different con
structiou of tho Russian treaty, Eng-
land maintaining that tho boundary
lino does not follow up and around
the drop inlets and bays, as held by
tho United States, but follows the
general coast lino ton marine leagues
in thointorior froinsalt water. Great
uriiaiu sees n naw iu iiiu iruaiy, aun
with hor usual aggrossivoness, will
ondeavor to wrest from the govern
ment at Washington City tno har
bors and inlets about Juneau, so
that a British seaport will hold tho
portal to tho Yukon country and
tho undeveloped Northwest terri
tory. "The good results following to tho
commerce of English provinces by
reason of a seaport is too important
to be overlooked by England's
aggressivo foroign policy.
"Will Uncle Sam, under Gresham's
weak-kneed foreign policy, lose
valuable possessions in Southeastern
Alaska! Judging from bis past
bungling efforts it would not be sur-
prising if ho did lose his American
inrthricht to curry favor with tho
London free traders. Sineo Japan
' is coming to the fore as a commor
! cial power, Englaud has hor tenta
cles upon Alaska, to snatch a sea
port for her navy and commerce
laden ships. Will Uncle Sam make,
her let gol''
That Assault on tho Wharf.
Count von Platen, a visiting artitf
i complains of the report in Friday's
Caper of an assault committed upon
im by a through passenger by tho
1 steamer Mariposa. He had not ac
I cused his assailant of stealing pie
1 turo", but that person a rude, ofii
cious fellow had been anuoyiug
i him persistently on tho passage,
i Upou arrival hero tho man gave in
formation to the customs officials
I that the Count had improper photo
graphs iu possession. This tho offi
cials found to bo not true, as the
Pictures were only Intended for
studies in art. Though happily this
cowardly assault did not have so
serious consequouces as was report
ed, still it was of nuito a brutal
character in both the intontiou and
the attempt, The port surveyor
. did not como to tho Count's assist
: SBftSitL 'ffilllj ffiS
'". f!l,l in I? 'C nfft.n.Ur.
f w .Hw.w .w .w W V .V
taken oil a foreigu Bioamor lor
Taken the Oath.
Tho following persons took the
oath to tho Constitution of tho Re
public to-day: H. B. Schroder, Ger
man; Harry Pierce, Americau; David
Kauuha, Hawaiian; James J. Loach,
Geo. Ovorbeck and Ed. Sanstrom,
Tho exposure to all sorts and con-
' ditious of weather that a lumberman
is called upon to endure in tno
camps often produces severe colds
which if uot promptly chocked, re
sult in congestion or pneumonia.
Mr. J. O. Davenport, ox-mauager of
the Fort Bragg Redwood Co., au
immeuso institution at Fort Bragg,
Cal., says they sell largo quantities
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy at
1 him8elr ls0( this roinoUy for a Bovorw
' M obiahml immediate relief.
' This medicine prevents any tendency
tho company s store and that he has
of a cold toward uueumonla and in
suros a prompt recovery. For sale
by Benson, Smith Co., Agents
tfio Hawaiian Islands.
' Absent-minded Wollesley girl (iu
Boston shoo shop): "Ob, yes, this
pair of ovorshoos will do nicely, but
I wrap up the old oues, plea so, that