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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 14, 189G.
HATIYES ON TRIAL.
Evidence Against One and An
other of the Tw6Dty-fl?e,
Rebel iroops Filing mi Each Other J
by Blake '
uourt conveucu at u:iu ociock.
Charlos Warren, sworn, statos:
Saw Kaauaaun. Fohaku and
hole at Kalinin; tliey woro armed ;
Ahia, Kokipi. Hanupau, Hoomahele,
Fahia and others woro thoro; I gavo
out guns and belt o( cartridges; thoro
woro no sontries posted to proven t
anyone from going away; saw a good
inauy at Kahala, and afterwards at
Thoro was considerable cross ex
amination by sevoral of tho prison
ers, but nothing now was educed.
Witness stated that tho mon weut
thoro with tho object of overthrow
ing tho Government.
By Kano Wilcox told mo that
only those who gavo tho password
nf "nlnhn nina" would bo allowed to
conio to Kahala: lato Monday ovou-
ing I rocoived orders not to allow
anvono to leave the nlaco; thoro was
XL men there on Monday
few less men there on Monday
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whothor they desired to restore the
monarchy or not; did not ask any of .
tho defendants what thoy camo
thero for; thoy did not say that thoy
camo thoro to attond a foast or an
onU a roast or an ijam sorgeant; A. Weirick, J. K.
orders irom oam Mason, corporals; J. A. Oilman,
rank or station; 1 secretary; N. Gedge, treasurer.
oloau guns under o:
Nowlein; had no ra
did not tell defendants I was going
to leavo on Monday; I left because j
luauiB i was kuiuk
I saw that wo had no chanco with
the Government troops; do not
know that defendants were deceived
or inveigled, and that is tho reason
thoy wont out thero.
Kilohana, sworn, states-: Wont to
Kaalawai in tho middle of Suuday,
was armeu; saw iietcipi at tno nouso
at Kaalawai; ho was armed. .
Cross-examination by Heury bu-
wards You woro holding a gun; i
saw you first on Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
To Kekipi Saw you with a gun
at Kaalawai; you woro walking up
Sam Koanu, sworn, statos: Was
nl irnnlnti'n: rtn .Qntwlni Jnn l in
the aftornoou; went thoro with Da-1
mion: l armeu on arriving mere:
saw Kanahi aud Auck rauau there.
Cross-examination I was askod
to go out there for a walk; did not
go out thero for a feast; could not
come back on account of guards
preventing me; a gun was handed
me and I took it; this happened on
Sunday evening, betweeu 7 and 8
Damieu Yes, you wore at Kaala
wai after sunset; Lot Lano gavo us
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Kanolu-Saw you at Kaalawai;
you wore holding a gun and march-
ing about; you had a cartridge bolt
also; that was on Sunday.
Kautmalani, sworn, states: was i
at Kaalawai, Antono Rosa's place,
on Sunday, dan, u; saw aiaueKoa
there on Sunday and Monday after
noon; thero wa3 an unusual number
of people there; also saw Makokoa,
Kaliloa, Liiikoo, Kahomakele aud
Kekaula thoro; thoy woro all
Cross-examination by Makekoa
Wo exchanged shots with our own
pooplo on Sunday, thinking they
were govornraont toons; saw you on
Monday on Telegraph hill; after we
fired on tho government troops 1
missed you; you had gone off with
To Liiikoo Have boon a polico
officer; you were at Kaalawai ou Suu
day, Jan. C; you and I fought tho
Kaliloa You fought against this
government; tho sentry thore (point
ing to a guard) does not commit
treason although ho is carryiug a
gun and a belt of cartridges but you
and I did.
Sam Kia, sworn, states: Was at
Kahala on Suuday, Jan. 0, with Po
haka Kauoho and Kaanaaua; was
up on Telegraph hill ou Monday;
thoy ongagod in tho battlo with tho
Cross-examination by Kauoho
Saw you at Telegraph hill aud other
defendants; you wero nil carrying
guns; kuow you woro thoro bocauso
I am acquainted with you; Charlos
Warren gavo us the guns for fight
ing against tho government.
Naaieono, sworn, statos: Saw Ke
kaula at Kaalawai; ho was armed;
exchanged greetings with him.
Lirnanopu. sworn, states: Wont
to Kaalawai on Jan. G with John
Liiikoo and Kiohana and took up
arms; Kukaula was at Kaalawai: ho
and I and others wore placed as
guards over somo whito prisoners;
muoVaMawai . l 8
taken at 12:20 until 1:30
LOOA1. Atru (JENKBA3U SKWB
This is St. Valoatino's day.
Tho steamer Mikahala arrived this
Next of kin to Ah Hoy and all in
turested will find n uotieo elsewhere.
Goo. W. Bailey succeeds Mark N.
Kennedy as senior foreman in tho
Lionel Hart has been let out of
h5g ciorkship in tho Foreign Oflico
rnmnli!i.nl rninn ,
Tno Union Feed Co. will hold its
regular quarterly mooting at their
ollico to morrow at 11 o'clock a. in.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Leigh enter
tained Admiral and Mrs. Ueardslco
at dinner yesterday evening at Sans
l aiecnauics' Homo, corner Holol
and Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
1. ..il. ml Tor -.l rn
noun uc muiiiu. xurius; 4.0 mm ou
cents per uight; $1 and $1.25 por
' t,S(lu?Id 2l Citizn0U9' G"nrd; lo?ted
tho following ollicors: Captain Lor-
' ouzen, sergeant; W. O. Atwator, T.
J. King, W. 0. Parko and 0. Stor
-m t . -tiit , i
.. Cu,f Justice .Judd has presen ed
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conveying his compliments.
Snim.l 1. f!ii;n' tti,r1 ol.,tm1
tho following ollicors: B. F. Dilling-
ham, sorgeant; A. Weirick, J. K.
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United Carnage Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks
ways ready at tho call of "290," fur-
uisuue uuu livery uuiuiB ai. luusuuri-
est notice good horses and nice car -
riagos, from buggy to wagonette.
G. R. Harrisotu practical mnuo
and orgau maker and tuner, can fur-
Co. will re-
ceive prompt attontion. All worn
guarautwd to b th nam a dune
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No. 2 fire engine pumped out tho
cistern at Fort aud Merchant streets
this morning to permit the laying
of tho now water mains. About five
foot of water was pumped out.
Many people sooing the engine at
work thought thoro was a fire.
T , G &J
has romoved from
tho store of Chris
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Gortz, Fort street. Thero ho will
repair watches and mako souvenir
spoons and jowolry of overy descrip
tion. Having been tho practical
watchmaker for Wonner & Co. ten
years, he needs no puOlng,
n.ni. ,,, in U..v n ....llw irnrvl
you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spoot tho stock of Brown fc Kubey,
at Mo. 4. Masonic Temple; tuere you i
i will find the largest variety iu Ho-1
uolulu at the lowest prices; clocks
and watchos sold on wookly and
monthly paymonts. Browu & Kuboy (
I mako a'spocialty of rubbor stamps, i
ROOMS AND BOARD.
R00MB AND 110AUD
for a few ncrsons can bo
had at Uanlwal, ou tho Wal-j
W. a. HAllTLKI'T,
Cottage, all modern
improvements, with Stable,
Darn and Servants' ltoom
on premises, ou Kinau street, one diock
for particulars a
620 Kdrt street
X ut the terminus of the
tramcars, Walklkl. Lot has
a (rontau'o on the soa suit-!
able for bathing purposes,
commodious, situated on a
The House Is '
well Improved '
lot coutalnlnt; Frultand Ornamental Trees.
I'or partlcu'ars lminlro of
ia.0-lm 0. K. BOA HUM AN.
X nremlset situs to on tho
east side of the old Maklkl
tilavizround. formerly occu
pied uy A, uurieiuierK, J'.eci. iiio uuiiu
lugs nro modern und commodious nnd tho
spacious grounds aro Inid out Iu fruit mid ;
ornamental trees. Easy terms to it desira
ble tenant. For further particulars please !
apply to 11IIU0K OAUTWHIUHT.
ill I Ij
DAY, February Otll, and
continuing for ONE WKKK. WO
Will Hold 1110 LAKUEST ItRM-
NAM' SALE Of tllO SEASON, i
At the prices we are asking J
every piece will be sold. Read
what follows and kindly bear i
it in mind. '
Goes far toward establish
ing the standing of a business
liouKti in any community, and
the good-will and patronage
we have had uurinjr the lat
fortv veara indicate not onlv
lony tais niuiuut, jiol oiuy .
tlliit WC 1U1VC tlie I'Ol'ULAK ,
approval, but that those
who have dealt with us have
been eminently satisfied with
And retain patronage more
1.,-flio l-vnirTi vvnr m.' nirAi r.
l)V tilt h.VOKLLhNOK 01- QUA1.I-
IMl.'H LlintL'll flllH mtf liVASOV.
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A11I.E PKICES than by propos-
terous claims of selling gools
bllow C0Ht olCt
, VK KISPEAT
As wo have said before that
when you pay less for goods
than WC ask for them VOU ffet
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an mienor quiuity.
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that 18 complete 111 every
SCIISC, from the lowest priced
( sense, trom the lowest priced
thtJ most luxurious
b , , n c
made, WC make a specialty Of
tho hifrhost cnide. nnd exchi
tho hifriioar irnnle. nnrl vn n-
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cent und a cepted styles.
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, Worth your while a'wiys
I in making purchases to look
j ut our stock before decidilljr.
re . i. i..
ll wu uuu wnat vuu wub
)uu win eeriuuiiv uuv it, il
qualitv and price are any con-
B. F. BIILKRS & CO.
By Jos. F. Morgan.
LAND AT AUCTION.
ON SATURDAY, l-'KW. in, 1895. AT 12
o'clock noon, at tlio Auction Kooms
I ol Jus. V. MrgaD, will bo sold thouo Pre
mises at Kuumakaiilll. Hono ula, Oalm,
i ntm more particularly described In deed of
Wllllum 0. Achl to Ana Momona Kanml
I ut at, dated 1st April, lt80 and recorded In
Liner us. rtiuo it J. contaimi
2iJ2 s(imro feet, tnuetlicr with
'"K9 tniTooii. iiiesfl I'reiniHes give 10
i,uy.ra a very Kood Investment airer very
lime ropairs 10 mu nouses, imu ivneci.
Ob, For further particulars, apply to
A. P. I'UIKKSOK and
WILLIAM 0. AOIII,
Atiormsys (or tho Owners.
Honolulu, Doo I.".), lb:l.
AINA MA KE KUDALA.
MA KA I'OAONO, FKH. 16, 1805, MA
ka liora 12 awaken, e kual la aku ana
ma ke Kudala akea, ma ka Hum! Kiulala
o Jas. 1''. Mori;an, kela man Apaun Alna o
wnllio la ma Kunumkap 11, Honolulu,
Ualni, a 1 hooaknka la na paleua mu la
pa'apula kual a William U. Achl iu Ana
MUili.iim ivlliui ilia, t iiuiiu iu I na in . u
Aperlln, 1881, a koiielr liu a Iluko UH,
aoao 17.1, u um la nlua he 2.7)2 kapuai ill,
me na Halo hoi Kkolu o lai la maluna o ku
alna, A loan ana 1 ka men Mini mul he
1 uknuaneo tnulkul no ke duln mahono o ka
hann hou ana i na hale. Ho maikul ko
1 cjfc No na imba I knp. e ninati iu
A. I. l'KTEKSON a mo
WILLIAM 0. AOHI,
l.o I o no mi Una o ka Ainu.
Honolulu, Deo. 23, 18!. 120-Ct
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ADJOUKNEI) ANNUAL
Mooting of tho Btockholdiirs of the
Waianak Co., held this day, tho following
eentlomcii wtro elected to servo during the
H, A. Wldemanu . . . 1'rcsldunt,
U. N. Wilcox . . .Vice-President,
J. M. l)owHtt. Fecretary it Treasnrer,
F. W. Macfanuue Auditor
Honolulu, Feb 11, lS.
EDISON'S KINET0S00PE I
170K TEN CO) (EN'IS YOU CAN SEE
! tho Ureatust Marvel of Science.
T0-DAY-"Thu Hoxlnt; Cuts."
r Subjects changed dally at
fi Company's, lintui street,
hours: Oa. m. to Or. m.
iNew Goods! -
JUST OPENED AT
J-m . 5. 15
S20 Fort St,
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Chlldron'a Stockings In shades o( Tan In all sizes.
Just tho thing for riding or for short people. We have thorn In all sites.
Xew Hand Bags, Xew Buckles,
New Jet Trimmings, New Silk Trimmings.
Black Drapery Net for Dresses !
What Shall We Drink?
When tho rays of Old Sol are boiling down at a ninety de
gree rate, tho nir like the breath of a furnace and everything
hot, dry and dusty, tho natural desiro of the average human is
to drink. Hut, whut to drink? There's tho question.
Tlio serious eil'ect of nn over-indulgence iu ice water is well
known. The thousand and one cheap gassy beverages are known
to be more or less injurious to the health, while tlm mineral
waters of known purity and lioultlifnlncss nro a luxury beyond
the reach of but few. What shall we drink?
A bevcrngo to meet tho requirements, nuttd, first of all, he
absolutely puiu and non-alcoholic. It should posbCsb a medi
cinal element to counteract tho ctlccls of tho heat nnd keep the
blood pure nnd tho stomach healthful. In order to be palat
able and refreshing, it should be sparkling und eH'crvuscunt.
Lust but not least, it must bo economical and within tho reach
of nil. A bovorago that fully meets all of tho nbovo require
ments and one that is entitled to more than passing mention is
HIKES' HOOT KEEK, manufactured by tho Oiias. E. Hikes
& Co., of Philadelphia, U. S. A. This preparation has been ana
lyzed by tho highest authorities and pronounced by them to bo
free from any deleterious substance and absolutely non-alcoholic ;
whilo all physicians acknowledge its health giving qualities. It
has a delicious, appetizing lltivor, is full of snap, sparkle and
ctrcrvesreiice, nnd is without a peer as a refreshment.
A packago from your storekeeper will make fivo gallons of
this great tempcranco drink. Truly it answers tho question
What shall wo drink? Thero aro many substitutes and imita
tions ol HIKES' HOOT KEEK offered for salo which should he
"Wo have used your Koot Ucer for over a year and find it
delicious and healthful. Wo would not liko to bo without it a
single day. Wo find it is helping all of us. Mux. F. II. Ci.aiik,
7:)5 Chester St., Oakland, Cal., U. S. A."
"We havo used over ono hundred bottles of your Koot Uuor,
drinking it winter aud summer. My brother aud myself are
total abstainers, drinking nothing but Hires' Koot llccr.
Michael Kki.lv, 10 Water St., Waltham, Maes., U. S. A."
Iloimox Ditua Company
Benson, Smith & Company
IIOLMSTEK DltUO COMPANY,
Lewis & Company
Beware of Bacteriated Waterl
Drinking water should be boiled and filtered.
The Only Reijaule Watek Fiitek is the Slack k
BrownlOW. Thoy are mado on scientific principles. They
aro accessible in all parts Und can bo readily cleaned.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D
CORNER FORT h
BY A JAPANESE MAN AND WIFE,
uood cooks and understand how to
I handle sewing machine, willing to mako
1 themselves generally uirfiil. Alsomanfor
1 store, who ll bright and Intelligent, can
I read and write English. Address
I 1251-U "P. 0. 110X 20P."
: - New Goods!
- jc. CJr JrdL fc5
. . .Wholesale Druggists
Pore GuafaftPoba Jelly
Put up by Mm. A. P. JONES.
12151 Agents, tjucen Street. lm