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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 13, 1895.
TWO MORE TRIALS,
Kaili St&Us He was only
One o! the Waimira'o's Passerges Who
Yfmted to Boy a-t Iaetes.
Court convened at 1-00 o'clock.
R. W. Wilcus, sworn, status: Was
at Kaliala on Jan. 3; accused was
not present wLon arms wore being
lauded; ho appeared after they wero
hidden; Warron told accused to j
look aftur stuff hidden there. '
Sam K. Kaili dosirod to make a ,
statement in his own behalf and was ,
sworn. I lease fishing station
thore; havo no control over any
thing else thore; was at Kahala at
house the night arms landed; had
occasion to gut up during night
and saw two boats in front of my I
House: ualJou out in loud voico wuo
own 0(1 those boats; received no re
ply; later saw three men coming
along beach; recognized Townsouu
aud Warron and lator saw Wileox;
asked Warron what havo you come
hero for; ho replied they'd brought
some stuff aud buried it ovor there;
that's all said; they then luft and
wont toward town; they said noth
ing to mo to watch stuff aud obli
terate any tracks; did not know
what thuir errand wa; nothing that
passed between us would lead mo to
know their orraud; saw nothing out
thore to lead me to expect an upris
ing; remained iu town Saturday aud
Sunday; was going back there on
Monday morning; first heard of
trouble on Monday morning; War
ron didn't tell mo do anything;
didn't ask them what stuff was; was
nrrestod two woeks ago.
Argument was then made by Mr.
Kano for the dofenEo and Judge
Advocate Robertson for tho prose
cution. nother Trial Stat ted.
' William K. Hutchinson, charged
with misprision of treason, was
brought in. Hutchison declkicd to
plead on advice of counsel.
Sam Nowloiu was the first witness.
His uvidunco was tho 6amo as in pre
Charles Warren, sworn, status:
First saw accused on tho Waima
ualo; he talkod with Towusond
about tho objoot of guns; Hutchinson
said ho was on our side.
George Townsond corroborated
Capt. Davies stated that Hutchi
son was on the steamer Waimanalo
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had Leon landed for. Ho desired to
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buv an interest in tho steamer.
W. O. Smith know the accused.
Ho stated ho was on tho eteatner
looking at machinery.
Tho Court adjourned to 9:30
HAWAIIAN REPUBLICAN OLUB.
It Comes Out for Annexation Straight
Tho Hawaiian Republican Club
hold a meeting yesterday oveniug.
After rouliuo business tho following
resolution was passod:
Whereas, This is tho most befit
ting momout for furthering tho ob
jects of this club, and to form plans
which would givo equal rights to all
tho subjects of tho Hawaiian Repub
lic; theroforo, bo it
l'esolvetl. That this club empowers
its oxocutivo committoo to orgauizo
district clubs on all tho islands of
tho Republic of Hawaii.
Jienolvfd, That this olub authorizes
its oxocutivo committoo to formulate
plaus for giving tho Govornmont its
strongest support on tho question of
annexation with the United States,
aud to establish olosor political aim
commercial union between tho Re
public of Hawaii and tho Uuitod
Status of America.
Husband to Support Thorn.
Hartford (Conn,), January 23. A
bill has boon prepared at tho in
stance of labor unions horo for a
law to provont the omploymout of
married women iu shops whoso hus
bands aro able to support thum.
Tho reasou is that many married
womou nro crowding out youug girls
who cannot obtain omploymout.
LYNCH LAW IN KENTUCKY.
Strenuous Efforts to Maintain Law
Tho city was full of nooplo to-day
! says a Mount Sterling (Ky.) des
1 paten of January 21 owing to tho
convening of tho Circuit Court aud
fl I tho fact that Judgo Coopor was to
make a supreme effort to impress
' tho Grand Jury with its duty iu dis-
covoriug tho lynchers of Thomas
I Blair on Now Year' night. Tho
j Grand Jury was selected from among
the best men in Montgomery county
aud was sworn iu this morning.
i Sevontv courageous men woro also
sworn in to guard the Court and aro
' heavily armed. Thoy wero station
1 ed through the courtroom, ready at
any moment to repel any outside in
, terferouce. Blair was from Morgan
county, aud it was tated that 150
J Morgan county men, armed with
Winchesters and rovolvors, woro
i roady to march on Mount Starling
j and lynch any man that might bo
iudictod by tho Grand Jury for
j hanging Blair. Iu his char go to tho
i Graud Jury Judgo Coopor created a
profound sousation when ho said
that ho had a conference with Gov
' uruor Brown, who had told him that
reward of 5600, which had bcou
offored for tho conviction of each
man who murdered Blair, would bo
doubled if necessary, and that the
ontiro forco of State troops would
bo placed al Judgo Cooper's com
mand, if ho neodeu them to provont
Morgan county inou from lynching
tho slayers of Blair.
Aftor tho charge to tho Garnd
Jury tho Court adjourned uutil to
morrow morning, when tho jury will
go to work oxamiuing wituessos.
Tho principal witness is John Fang-
man, ongineer of tho Electric Works.
The lyuchors forced him, at tho
point of a pistol, to turn off tho elec
tric lights, and it is said that ho re
cognized sevoral of tho men. Dauiol
, Maupin, a printer, is also au impor
. taut witness. He naw tho lynching
I party, aud says that there vi ro not
over ten men in it.
A Case in Point.
Tho fact that tho Bethlehom com
pany was able to secure tho contract
for 12,000 tous of armor plate for
Russian ironclads, bidding against
tho greatest European iron manu
facturers, shows tho combined folly
and robbery of a high tariff io keep
foreign wares out of this market.
Tho Amoricau Wool aud Cotton Ro
portor gives another instance.
"Twenty-ounce cheviots" of Amer
ican manufacture under froo wool
"aro now beiug sold horo at a prico
which is actually lower than tho
liko quality of English make is sold
in tho English markets." An oxpert
who has seen these goods aud who
has just come from England stated
that ho "could take them back to
Bradford aud sell thorn at a profit."
Tho now tariff is recording its own
object lessons. It will educate the
pooplo moro yot before 1890. New
Ghango of Guards.
Lieutenant Louis T. Kenake, who
has been on duty at tho Executive
aud Judiciary buddings during tho
Sast week, dismissed his compauy, a
otail from Co. B, yostorday morn-
. mg. 'Alio lieut
Tho lieutenant has boon on
i m need of a good rest. Thoro beine
good rest. Thoro being i
! no necessity lor any extra
1 tho command was dismissed.
, Tho guard that will bo on duty
, during tho court-martial trials hero
j after will bo composed of details
from tho regular guards. '
I A Recommendation From Los An-
Bolus. . '
C32 Castolar St., Los Anoeles, Cal.
Aftor having suffered for a long
time from acuto rheumatism without I
obtaining roliof, I used Chamber
Iain's Fatn Balm and was almost im- j
raodiatoly relieved. I highly recom
mend this as tho best medicine
known. D. M. Hamilton. For sale
by Bonson Smith & Co., Agents for
tuo Hawaiian Islands.
j A Costly Telegram.
i By a decision of the United Statos
Court of Appeals tho Postal Tele
graph Compauy has to pay a judg-
mont of $3701 damages for failing to
I send a telegram that it accepted
whilo its wires woro down. Flois-
, chor & Co., merchants, of Portland,
had lost tho amount named from
, tho failure to send tho telegram.
1 Wlnlatuto Art.
At Williams' Studio aro to bo soon
I Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
I is making a specialty of. Lantern
I Slides for lecture by the set or j
, United Carriago Company's stand,
besides having superior fiaoks al-
ways roady at tho call of "290," fur
uishos fino livory outfits at tho shorl-
I est notice good horsos and nico car-
I ringos, from buggy to wagonetto.
Urn, S. A. Zcfcber
Helpless With Rheumatism
and Without Appetite
Tlrod Fooling and Pains Dispelled
by Hood's Sarsaparltla.
" I was la terrtbl misery with rheumatism la
tnjr hlpi and lower limbs. I read to much
bout Hood'i Barsaparllla that I thought I
would try It and xca It It would teller me.
When I commenced I could not (It up nor erea
turn oyer In bed without help. On bottlo oi
Hood's Rollovod Ms
io much that I wai ioon out of bad and could
walk. I had also felt weak and tired all the
timet coutd not sleep, and obtained so little rest
At night that 1 felt all v, orn out In tho morning.
I had no appoUto to eat anything, but Hood's
Barsaparllla restored tnj appetite io that t
could eat without any distress, and I hare
gained rapidly In strength. I hare taken firs
bottles of jrnVid'sBarsip.irlllaaiKUliimas well
as ercr." tins. 8. A. l.nrKiiEH, ltosstnoyne, O.
Hood's Pills cure liver Ills, constipation,
biliousness, jaundice, sick headacbo, IndlgesUon.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Solo Agonts for tho Kemiblln of Hawaii.
will tell you
It is the
FOIl SALE BY THE
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
P. O. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
NO. 103 FOHT STIIEET.
M- SAFES of Various Sites for Hunt
by the Month or Year.
Ma-VAULTS open from 8:30 a, m.
until 1 r. m. except on Satunluys, when
they will bo closed nt 2:30 r. m.
Ua-WE Buy and Soil F!rst-class
STOCKS and HONDS and make ad
vances on fame.
EDISON'S KINETOSOOPE I
FOIt TEN (JO) CENTB YOU CAN SEE
the Greatest Marvel of Science.
TO-DAY-"Tho Boxing Cats."
SublecU chanced dallv at Hart
& Company's, Hotel street. Exhibition
hours i 0 A. m. to 0 p. m. 1252-tf
rpHE UEaULAIl QUA11T EULY MEET
JL inn of tho Union Fkkd Co , L'd, will
be held at the Company's otllce, Queen
O'clock A. M
F. K. VII) A.
Secretary U. F. Co., L'd
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED OFFEltS A
I A rownrdof $250 to any ono giving In
formation that will lead to the conviction
of the perton who stole a Diamond King
from his premises on Thursday last.
! 1212-tf JULLAUD F. (UtANDALL.
i 20 lbs. W
j Nestles 1
Honolulu, H. I., January 7, 1895.)
Tho right of WIT OF HABEAS
CORPUS Is hereby suspended and
MARTIAL LAW is instituted and
established throughout tho Island
of Oahu, to continue uutil further
notice, during which titno, however,
tho Courts will continue in session
and conduct ordinary business as
usual, oxcopt as aforesaid.
By tho Prosidont:
SANFORD B. DOLE.
Prosidont of tho Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
SPECIAL ORDERS No. 31
MAJOR MoLEOD, commanding
First Rngimont, N. G. H., is horoby
orderod to cause John Mahuka,
Kaliikuowa, Liwai Kameakani alias
(Pipi), Kaona, Punalua, Samuel Ka
lalau, Patrick Lane, Kilohana, Ma
nuel Kuhio, Honry Mahoo, Samuel
K. Kaloa, Nahaikuakino and Tom
Pedro, prisoners undor arrest on tho
charge of troason, to bo transferred
to tho custody of the Marshal.
By order of tho Commaudor-iu-
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutant-General's Otllce, Hono
lulu, February 12, 1895.
SPECIAL ORDERS No; 31.
Tho following appointmont is
heroby announced for tho informa
tion of tho National Guard of Ha
A. G. M. Robertson, to bo Aid-de-Camp
on tho Gonoral Staff with
rank of Captain, from February 11,
Captain A. G. M. Robortson will
act as Judgo Advocate on tho Mili
tary Commission now in sossion in
this city, vice Captain W. A. Kiuuoy,
rolievod from said duty.
By order of tho Commander-in-Chief.
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutant-Genoral's Office, Hono
lulu, H. I., February 11, 1895.
General Headquarters, Repudlio
Adjutant General's Or ncE,
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, H. I.,
January 16, 1895,
Special Order No. 25.
Order for a Militarx Cojijiission.
A Military Commission is horoby
orderod to moet at Houolulu, Island
of Oahu, on Thursday, tho 17th day
of January, A. D. 1895, at 10 o'clock
a. m., aud thoreaf tor from day to day
for tho trial of such prisoners as
may bo -brought boforo it on tho
charges aud specifications to bo pre
sented byJ,ho Judgo Advocate.
The Ofilcors composing tho Com
1. Colonel William Austin "Whit
ing, First Rogimout, N. G. H.
First Regiment, N. G. H.
3. Captain O. W. Zieglor, Compa
ny F, N. G. H.
4. Captain J. M. Camara, Jr., Com
pany d, N. G. H.
5. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
N. G. H.
0. Captaiu W. C. Wilder, Jr., Com
pany D, N. G. H.
7. First Lieutenant J. W. Jonos,
Company D, N. G. H.
Captain William A. Kinney, Aid-do-Camp
on Genoral Staff, Judgo
By order of tho Commandor-in-Chief.
' Under MARTIAL LAW ovory
I person found upon tho streots or
in any public placo botwoon tho
J hours of
9:30 P. M. and 5 A. M.
will bo liable to arrest, unless pro
vided with a pass from Military
Headquarters of tho Marshal's
Tho gathering of crowds is pro
hibited. Anyono disturbing tho poaco or
disobeying ordors is liable to sum
mary arrest without warrant.
By order of tho Commaudor-in-Chiof,
J. H. SOPER,
; From ami after date LIQUORS OF ALL
DESOnllTIONS will bo allowed to be
I sold at tno Llcentod Saloon', between tlio
' hours of 0 a. m. and 0. r. x , providing tho
ennui bo drank on tho premises.
I No Llcmors shall be taken uway from
such tuloons except lleer, Ale and Stoat.
Any violation of this will causo such Sa-
loon to bo Immediately closed. Tho pros
! enco of any person under th Inllucnco of
I liquor npon nny saloon pretnNcs will also
j be sulllclcnt to cause such Saloon to bo Im
E. a. HITCHCOCK,
I Marshal Kepublte of Hawaii.
I February 0, 1805. 1250-1
SPECIAL ORDERS, No. 20.
Tho Military Commission now in
session iu this city, convened by
Special Ordors No. 25, dated January
10, 1895, from thoso Headquarters
will hold its sessions without regard
By ordor of tho Commandor-in-Chiof.
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutant-General's Ofilco, Hono
lulu, January 19, 1895. 1213-tf
All persons aro horoby notified
that they aro strictly forbiddon to
uso fire crackers, Chiueso bombs or
any fireworks whatovor within the
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Ropublio of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
The buaiuoss of tho country is
sottling into its formor groove. Our
gentlomanly drivor has returned
from his vacation, tho cows in the
Iasturo switch flies instoad of bul
ots with their tails aud tho cream is
richer in consequence. Wo boliovo
wo havo satisfied ovory ono of our
customers who have taken milk from
us and wo aro iu a position to sup
ply a great many more. Tho people
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao during tho past two weeks
havo had an opportunity to boo just
what Bort of diot our stock foods
upon, and no longer wondor at tho
richness of tho milk from our dairy,
Our facilities for delivery aro tho
best. With tho exception of a day
or two early in tho lato unpleasant
ness our drivors havo always been
on time at our customers' residouces.
Wo tako this opportunity to thank
thoso who havo boon pationtwith us
and to solicit a continuance of thoir
patronairo. Wo will bo nlnaund to
' fill all ordors telephoned to ua and
guarantee an milK to bo pure aud
freo from adulteration.
The WAIALAB RANCH.