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VOL. JX. NO. 1202.
HONOLULU, 11. I., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1805.
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Court convened at 10 o'clock.
Minutes rend nud approved.
Audrew Knudsen, sworn, slates:
Was on the steamer Waiinannlo
wheu flio went out tho week boforo
Now Year'f; saw the accused on
board; ho took turns at tho wheel;
Georgo Townsoud told mo to get
iuto tho boat and pull out to the
schooner, nud if I did not do it ho
would blow mv brains out. ho would
shoot rao dead; the accused told mo j
ho wanted to buy tho steamer and
asked me as to her (utilities; ho said
Townsend had told him that tho
steamor was going out to moot a !
schooner which had opium on
Mr. Neumann road the following
statement from W. K. Hutchinson,
Uoxolulu, Fob. 13, JiMo)
Before a Military Commission con
veued by ordor of tho Command-
er-in-Cliiuf nud of which Col.
W.Austin Whiting is I'residout:
Statement ( f W. K. Iluteliinson, a
prisoner arraigned and tried ou a
chnigo of misprision of treason, nud
to this effect, viz :
Tho accused admits that the evi
dence of Captain Davie is correct
as regards tho reason for the prison
er being ou board tho steamor Wai
inanalo when she went for arms, also
that ho had no knowledge of the in
tent of tho expedition or the pur
poses for which tho arms were to bo
The accused never spoke to, saw
before, or know either Charles War
ren or Georgo Townsoud beforo that !
day, and most positively denies any
conversation or conversations with '
them or any one relative to tho pur
poses for which tho said arms wero
to bo used.
Tho prisoner states that ho has '
not lived in Honolulu and had only
arrived horo on the 22d of Decombor
with intent to purchase au interest
in tue steamer waimaualo, anu in
pursuance of that object and as Btat -
ed by Captoin Davios, wont, at tho
said captain s invitation, on tho trip
with the solo purpose of inspection
of the vessel nud her sea-going
The accused desires tc most posi-
tivoly state that the reasons for his
not haviug mentioned anything to
, tho authorities rotative to tho laud
, ing of tho arms wore: First, his be
lief that it was a smuggling trans ao-
tion and not directed against tho di
rect safety of the "existing Govern
1 mont; Second, that ho had no dis
1 tinot knowledge of tho location of
j tho landiug; and. Third, that ho
was in fear of his life.
! (Signod) W. K. Hutchinson.
1 Paul Neumann,
' Counsel for Prisoner.
Honolulu, Fob. 12, 1895.
1 wonty-Fivo Men Arraigned.
A recess was
taken till 11:15
Tho following prisoners woro
brought in after recess:
D. K. Boni, John It. Silvn, John
Lilikoe, K. Kokipi, Iloopii Knliloa,
Mahoo, Paulo liokii, Sam Kaaoa,
Houry Edwards, II. P. Kaohi, Ka
anaana, Hoomanawauui, Kokaula,
Kahalowai, Makakoa, Kuiunahoe, J.
Knnoho, J. W. Kahaiao, J. Ouopau,
D. Dauneu, Herman Kauohi, Alick
Pahau, Pahia, Pohaku, Hoomahole.
With tho oxceptiou of Alick Pa
hau, nono of tho prisoners desired
counsel. Pahau desired S. K. Kauo
to represout him. .
D. K. Beui and Paulo Holtii ob
jected to the sitting 011 tbu Commit
sion of Captain Cntnnra 011 Recount
of his nationality. They objected to
bis judging thorn, 011 general princi
ples. Thoy had no objection to
Tlie charge and specifications wero
then read, being interpreted into
Hawaiian by W L. Wilcox. Tho
charge is treason.
D. K. Utni nud John 11. Sitva
pleaded not guilty.
Recess taken at 12:15 o'clock till
Captain Folgor in Troublo Over Two
Tho sealing schooner Edward E.
Wobster, which camo off tho marine
railway yesterday, is anchored out
in the stream near tho Philadelphia,
and is ready to sail, but her captain
is short just two mou out of tho
number ho brought with him. Theso
two men got away from the vessel
yesterday afternoon, but by what
means is not known. Onu is n Swodo
and tho other au American, and
both are quito young. Ou discover
ing their absence this morning Cap
tain Folgor went to the police sta
tion and posted a reward of 20 for
tho capture of each man and at tho
same time invoked tho aid of tho
Marshal. Captain Cordes was do
tailed to assist in looking for thorn,
and this innrninir. in crimn.inv with
Captain Folgor, searched tho II. C.
Wright, Sumatra, Alice Cooko and
Robert Soarlr, but returned empty
handed. Tho fact that tho men
wero indobtcd to tho ship each to ,
tho extent of nearly $50 will explain
Captain Folger's anxioty to offect
their capture. Ho was also unfor- 1
tunato to lose two of his crow just
beforo leaving San Francisco and is '
consequently short-handed. Tho
description of tho men given to tho
police nnswors to that of two men
seou by Frank L'llis on l'unolibowl
O. Allen and J. Brown, the two
deserters, wore approho"U'd his
afternoon ou Mount Tantalus. Cap
taiu Cordo?, Alick Nicholas nud .Ins.
Thompson made the arrest. Tho
deserters lost romo clothes and an
accordeon during thoir liberty, hay
loft them at a Iiouhh which they can
not now locate. Tho mou will b
turned ovor to the Captain to mor
row. ARRIVAL OF TUE H F. OI.ADE.
A Splendid Speclmon of Marino
Architecture in Fort.
At 7 o'clock this morning tho Ger
man ship H. F. Glade was sighted
oIT Diamond Head, aud, after a long
tow by tho Elou against a strong
head wind, dropped her auchor off
Wildor's wharf at 11:30. This is the 1
first trip of tho vossol and her own
ers have uo causo of complaint. Tho ,
u. r . uiauo is a now iron vossol of ,
, nuo.ul 1WJU ton,B "Wstor, nil rigged,
aud cononUed by Captain Herk-
son. buo has on board about 1000
tons of coal and 1500 tons of Gorman
and English merchandise, consisting
ijiuBwv ui trim aiiu ironware, con-
,ee to H. llackfold & Co.
-T,ho 88?1 J"ft fP-l
25th of September last and tho voy
age was uuovontful until she arrived
off the River Platto about Novem
ber 10th, when her cargo of coal be
came heated. Captain Herksen at
ouco put in to Montevideo, whoro
tho heatod coal was discharged and
on Novembor 22d rosumod his voy
age for this port.
Tho trip from Montevideo to Ho
nolulu was made in 82 days, a re
markably quick passago. Tho ves
sel is a fino specimen of modern
marine architecture, aud her quick
passago reflects credit ou her build
ers and ofiicors. She will dock in a
day or two and discharge cargo,
At Williams' Studio are to be seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which ho
is mating a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by the set or
Citizen (oxcitodly):"Good heavens!
See those children skating around
that danger sign." Owner of pond:
"That's all right. Tho ico thoro is
perfectly safe. Thoy thiuk it's dan
gerous aud stay on it. Tho thin ico
la at tho other end of the pond."
after tuk rmv.
Cinders from tho Burnod Home of
Music nud Drnmn.
China engiuo although coming
after the regular machines is credit
ed with having got first water on tho
burning Opera House.
Tho Gibson house, tenanted by
Dr. McLennan, caught lire on the
roof several times. Georgo limns,
lineman of the Mutual Telephone
Co., and W. Chamberlain, a clork in
tho Gazette ollice, wero tho first to
got on tho roof and put out the
fiames. As the eaves project ovor
the balcony of (ho house, tlio climb
Tho name of tho original owners
of tho building was tho Musical Hall
Association acnordiug to tho official
records. Its first ofiicors were: S.
G. Wilder (since died), President; II.
A. Widemann, Vico President; J. A.
Hassingor, Secretary; A. McWayue,
Treosurer. Other persons interest
ed woro Edward Preston, (since
died), A. S. Cleghoru, J. II. Paty, A.
J. Cartwright (siuco died), W. G.
Irwin, Kobort Lowers, it. F. Bicker
tout U. J. Nolto, and man other
Although there woro not perma
nent seats for uo many, tho house
would accommodate about 1000 peo
ple. A mombor of tho rucrot service,
whoso name is withheld, believes tho
fire to have boon without doubt tho
wo k of an incendiary.
There is a good deal of unfavor
able comment upon tho practice of
having the engines of both regular
sta ions to go out for oxcrciFO at tho
The incalculable valuo of having
an inexhaustible amplitude of water
was illustrated by contrary at this
Ouo of I ho fire engineers railed at
a Bulletin tnnu to-day, saying this
paper had not given the uromon a
square deal. Hu said they should
have credit for saving tlio brick
walls and tho lot. lliglit you are,
T'u-io aTO 20 panes of glasn left
inUct in the Opera Houso windows,
instead of 11 as counted from a hack
It is generally coucodod that tho
Bulletin's story of tho fire yesterday
beat ovorythiug in sight.
' Doputy Marshal Brown as coroner
empanelled tho following jury to
hold nu inquost ou tho fire, viz.: II.
M. Wlntuoy, Jr., ,1. A. Oilman, J. G.
Spencer and 11. II. Williams. Cor
oner and jury inspected tho pro
mises aud adjourned subject to call.
They; aro gathering all tho facts
obtainablo and will likely hold a
mooting to-morrow. It has boou
clearly proved that tho electrio con
ductors did not causo tho fire, as tho
switch in tho building was found to
have boon turned off.
A TEMPESTUOUS FASSAOE.
The steamship Likoliko of tho
Wilder Steamship Company's fleet
arrived this morning alter a hard
night in Molokai ehaunol. Hot
decks woro wot, her smokestack cov
ered with salt and everybody ou
board lookod tired and weary. In
quiry showed that she Btruck a regu
lar koua in Molokai channel during
last night, but camo through it all
right. Her dock load, which consist
ed of boxes of sugar cauo for ship
ment to Australia, where it is to bo
transplanted, was carefully covorod
with tarpaulins, and while constant
ly wet with the seas which washed
over tho bow, was uudamagod. She
brought -1700 bags of sugar for Irwin
it Co., 2100 for Brower fc Co. and
500 for Theo. II. Davios k Co,, bo
sides other cargo.
m m m
Taken tho Oath.
Tho following persons havo takon
tho oath to tho Constitution and
laws of tho Itopublic: W. B. Scott
1 and Chas. H. W. Norton, Amorican;
Emil Kiesol, Gorman; John Perry,
Portuguoso; Itobt. M. Howio, Bri
tish; P. Puniai aud Elia Kao, Ha-
"You should novor tako anything
that doesu't agree with you," tho
j physician Uld him. "If I'd always
follow that rule, Maria," ho romark
od to his wife, "whoro would you