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VOL. IX. NO. 12G7.
HONOLULU, H. 1., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1895.
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Wiu. u. Irwiu. President aua Manager
Claus Sureckels, .... Vice-President
W. M. OlfTard, Secretary and Treasurer
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Tinsmiths. Plumbing, Clc.
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and 25 pounds.
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money will buy I have Jim re
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which st from 5 cents up oV5
cents. While many people prefer
Mnnlla Cigars, I liivo fur tliflr
benuflt a very choice selection of
all the best known brnds of
Forthoiawho don't smoku cigars,
bnt "hit the pipe," I have a line
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Alio Corn Cobs, Etc., K'c.
TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
Smotlngand Chewing Tobacco and
tlii favorite brands of t'lunrettt-gnro
sln kept on hand In I net hmj.
thing In the lb e of smoker's re
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H. J. Nolte, Prop. ll7-lf
Wilcox on tbo Stand Says Mark
bora Was Thought a Spy
Court convened at 11:30 o'clock.
Captain Hookauo, sworn, states:
Saw Markham ou Beretatua street
near 0. O. Borger's roaidenco on
Monday morning; ho was coming
towards town; did not seo Mrs.
George Soa, sworn, states: Am
clork at Polieo Station; Markham
was arrested on .uontiny at 0:111 p. '
m.; record was made bv 13. Zablan.
William Cluing lioon, sworn,
states: Sold cartridges 15-70 and 11
70 besides Colt's cartridges to Mark
ham parly in December; tho revolver
cartridges were changed because
titer did not fit tho gnu.
L. O. White, sworn, states: Was
present when William Chung Hoou
sold Markham cartridges early in '
Deccmbor; Markham later returned !
some Colt's cartridge; Markham '
returned these to change them from
contro to rim fire; am positive of Minister Damon also moved tho
that. following resolution:
Marshal Hitchcock, sworn, states: "Itoolvetl, That Section 1 of Act
Keinembor issuing a permit to Mark-. 73, of tho Provisional Government
ham on a requisition from E. O. Uall I of tho Hawaiian Islands, be not so
& Sou; remember giving a revolver construed as to apply to persons on
to him some time ago about the ' military duty and members of tho
time of tho St. Clair and Crick con- Citizens' Guard." (Tho Act in quos
miracy, becauro Markham said his tion forbids any Government otllcial
life had been threatened. receiving $1800 or more a year from
'Sam Nowloin, sworn, states: Re- receiving auy other Government
member Bertelmanu saying some- pay.)
thing about sending someone to buy Minister Smith supported tho re
cartridges; Markham bought the solution.
cartridges; tho box containing them Mr. Emmeluth vas opposed to
was brought back next day to bo paying atiy Government otlicial who
changed to rim fire. ' wa paid IS00 a year or over.
Charles Clark, sworn, states: Mr. Castle considered tho proper
Xowlein sent mo to liortolmanu's , thing was to pay all alike,
and received cartridges; got thorn Tho resolution passed unanimous
changed becauso they wero centre . ly.
firo cartridges; wanted them chang-1 Mr. Emmeluth propounded tho
ed to rim fire. i following question to tho Miuister
Mrs. H. F. Bertelmann, sworn, ' of Foreign Affairs:
' states: George Markham is my ' "Has tho Minister of Foreign Af
brothnr; ho came to our houso on fairs at any time during the past ten
I Suuday, Jan. u; ho camo there after days given assurance of recogni-
breakfast; ho stayed until lunck tion to royalists or ex royalists that
time, when he loft with Hobert Wil- they could organize and agitato for
I cox: ho camo oat there on horse- annexation without taking tho oath
back; don't remember what kind of of allegiauce to tho Government!"
clothes ho had ou him; ho returned Miuistor Hatch replied that no
I to tho house ou Mouday morning, such assuraucos had been given. All
and requested mo to come into town; that had been in question was tho
1 ho got on his horso and wo got into right of public meeting which could
our carnage and came to our Makiki not bo denied.
roidouce; met white soldiers with Mr. Emmeluth said thai under
Lieutenant King uoar Sans Souct tho coter of annexation advocacy
and wore allowed to pass: camo in there was hablo to bo more danger
on Boretauia street; went into hoiire ous business for tho Government
aim iiiarunam went oil ou Horse-
back; did not roc him again.
R. W. Wilcox, sworn, states: Saw
Markham at Bertelmaun's ou Jan.
0; ho got there before mo; I got
there at Jl p. m. and aked Markham
to go with me: saw two sentrios near
Telegraph hill; Markham seemed
surprised at seeing thorn; wo went
right along; I told tho men that
Markham was all right, as ho could
not get away.
Cross-examiuaWon -Met Markham
on Thursday night near Alapai
street on King street; ho was on
horseback ami riding into town; I ,
stopped him and told him to send
out a hack, as I wanted to go out to
Bertolmann's; there were fourof us
Hakuole, Jim, Willio Lauo and my
self; metSamNowloiu in front of tho
Kawaiahao Setniuary; G. Patterson's '
hack camo out nud 1 ami tho others
jumped in; tho hack had lights ou
it; went out to Bortolmanu's; had
come from Junius Kaae's place;
met Lot Lauo thqro; was at Kahala
on Suuday midnight; had not whis
pered conversation with Markham;
no was there with tho rest of tho
Erisoners; no ono had auy faith in
itnj ho was pointed out as a Gov
Charles Bartow, sworn, states:
Saw Markham at Kahala on Jan. (J;
ho was a prisouer with others, in
cluding ladies; heard talk among
some of tho men to shoot Markham
becauso he was a spy; ho had no
gun during tho time 1 saw him.
Cross-examinatiou Saw Markham
showing ono man how to use guns,
1 how to load and unload; ho also
made inspection of the arms; when
ho first camo there ho was not a
prisonor; ho was made a prisouer
at 0:30 o'clock on Suuday ovouing.
Court then takos recess till 1:30.
At Williams' Studio are to bo seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lautern
Slides for lecture by the set or
MEETING OF COUNCILS.
Spncinl BuslnosB Bofon tho Assem
bly this Afternoon
There was a special ieotiug of
tho Executive mid Advisory Councils
this afternoon in tho Executive
building. Present; President Dole,
Chairman W. F. Allen, Ministers
Ilntch, King, Damon and Smith;
Councillors Tunuuy, Bolte, Mention
ca, Eiia,t.Uoiitner, Emtuclulh, Xott,
U. I. Castle and u. U.
Miuislor Damon iutroduced the
"Jtaolvctt, That tho ollicers and
privates of the volunteer company
ou duty at the Judiciary buikliug
from January 17, 18'.., to February
11, 1895, inclusive, be allowed tho
same rate of pay as paid volunteer
ollicers and privates, between Janu-
ary 0, 18D5, and Jauuary 1(5, 18H5."
resolution and it
than nnvHiini- tlmf l,n,i i.r.t,.rn.-..
happened. Those people distinctly
avowed that they could not support
Miuibtor Smith said that tho peo
ple iu question could not bo prevent
ed from holding open meetings.
Minister Damon said at first blush
ho bad lookud at tho nintteriu some
what tho same light as tho honorable
goutlemau who had asked tho ques
tion. But tho Government had been
ablo thus far to cope with everything
that had been brought to bear
against it, and ho had no fear but
that auy unlawful doings of these
ox-royalists would bu mot with equal
At 2:05 tho Councils went into ex
Two Oaaes In Frobato Adjudicated
by Judgo Coopor.
Judge Coopor ha3 admitted tho
will of the lato Charles Lunt Carter
to probato, and ordored letters tes
tamentary to isBtio to Mary Horttm
Scott Carter, widow, and Alfred W.
Carter, under $3000.
Judge Cooper has appointed Mrs.
Mary Hortou Scott Carter as guard
ian of tho porsous aud property of
H. A. P. Carter and Graco Stevens
Carter, minor children of the lato
C. L. Cartor aud tho guardian
appointed, under $20,000 bond.
In a recent editorial tho Salem,
Oregon, Independent says: ''Time
aud agaiu have we seen Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy tried aud never
without tho most satisfactory re
sults. Whonover wo see a person
afflicted with horsouoss, with a cough
or cold, wo invariably advise them
to got Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy; and when they do, they never
regret it. It always does tho work,
and does it well." For sale by Ben
son, Smith & Co., Agents for tho