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VOL. IX. NO. 12G8.
HONOLULU, H. 1., WEDNESDAY,; FEBRUARY 20, 1895.
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mtOCKEKY and OLAB8WABR,
Qoorge Markhnm's Cash Monopolists
Tho Court convened at 2 o'clock.
CbarloWi'cx, sworn, states: Atn
a mi-hi bo r of tho Hawaiian Republi
can Club; Markham originated club;
passed n resolution agaiuHt restora
tion of monarchy; Markhant resign
ed from tho club on account of pome
trouble; ono object was for closer
rotations with the United States;
Markham was first president of the
club; ho introduced tlm resolution.
Iosops, sworn, states: Am mom
bor of Hawaiian ltepubltcnu Club;
know of introduction of resolution;
it was by Markham.
A. Isenborg, sworn, states: Was
at Kaalawai on Jan. (S; did not see
John KokauM, sworn, states: Was
guard over prisoners at Kalinin on
Jan. G; saw Markham thero; ho was
ono of prisoners.
Captain Parker did not remombor
seeing Markham locked up Monday,
Markham related how ho camo to
bo at Bertelmanu's.
Court adjourned at C:!!0 o'clock.
I Mrtskham's Caso Closed Dofonses of
i Court convened at 0:i5 o'clock. '
Kemakekipi, sworu, states: Saw
George Markham at Diamond Head
on Sunday, Jau, 0; he ot there be
fore I did; saw him eloauiuKK,lni '
ho was one of those engaged in this
rebellion; ho was with the white
prisoners; from one o'clock until be
tween four and five o'clock in the
morning: ho had a belt of cartridges
and n gun and was marching about
tho room; there are only two rooms
in tho house; Markham was in the
Cross-examiuation Saw Markham
first between two and threo o'clock
in the afternoon; saw him talking
with a number of tho men there;
did not hear their conversation; saw
nothing of him after daylight Mou
, day morning; Markham was guard
ing foreign prisoners during Sunday
afternoon; he was armed all the
Kiliona Poepoe, sworn, states:
Saw Markham at Kaalawai on Sun-
i day, Jan. G, in tho afternoon; saw
! Markham pick up a gun and show
somo of the men how to uso tho
arm; Bipikane and George Town
send told mo that Markham wan a
captive; ho was under guard.
Cross-examination Saw Markham
go outside the houso on account of
the reckless uso of tho guns, whou
thoy went off accidentally; next time
I saw him come out again was iu
Markham's case closer,
Kiljona Foepoo desired to make a
statement to the Court. He had al
ready pleaded guilty. After consul
tation with his counsel he had de
cided on this courso.
In answer to a question by Judge
Whiting Kiliona Popoe said he was
married, had a wife but no children.
Expocted to have a child in tho near
William Pua stated he had a wife,
Earents and brother and sisters. He
ad nothing to say iu his own do
fonse. Nuhou (w.) was witness brought
in for the dofonso of Haha, Pihena
and others. Sworn, states: Am the
wifo of Nahinalau; Aberahama and
Kauai camo to our houso and order
ed my husband to go with them; ho
also throatoued to shoot Nahinalau
if ho did not sign a paper; Haha,
Piheua, John Pio wore present; Pi
hena started to run away when Abe
rahama made the threat j Abera
hama caught him and said if lie ran
away agr.in ho would shoot him.
Cross-examination Pihena, Pio,
Haha and Nahinalau said to Abera
hama and Kauai that they wero to
go to Maunalua to got tho division
of tho proceeds of tho first proceeds;
Aberahama said never mind tho
money; after awhilo the mon wont
and got the money and camo back;
my husband told mo when ho camo
back that ho had to go because he
did not caro to bo shot; ho gavo mo
tho money and said hero is your
money to keep y.ou.
Haha, sworu, states: Know Abe
rahama aud Kauai; they camo to
our house and asVp.'1. us to sign a
book and go with them; if we did
not go wo would lie shot; Abera
hama took out a pistol from his in
ido coat, pocket; Aberahama aud
Kauai took us to Kaliala; wo went
to Koko Head first and got our fish
money and when wo returned wo
went to Kahaln.
Cross-examination Was with
Nowloin's squad that went to Ka-iiniiki.
Kamali donircd to make state-!
ment. I rnuio down on Saturday
morning with my relative, William j
Pua. Wo returned home, camo down ,
to town in tho afternoon, and visited j
a saloon. Pua got very much intoxi-1
cated. In tho evening Pua told mo
ho was going to a fcat at Diamond
Head. Wont out ou a trarucar.
Wont out with Pua because he was
not iu condition to take care of him-1
self. Was challenged near Diamond
Head, and was allowed to pass. Met
two boys who showed us tho way to j
Katlawai. Saw men packing guns i
thero and was forced to assist. Was I
later employed as cook because I ,
did not know how to use a gun.
Tho next two witnesses wero call-1
od by nenry Mathows.
Joo Kahopttwaiki, sworn, statos: ,
Saw you nt Kaalawai, Sunday, Jan.
6; you wore brought in by guards;
did not see anyone give you a gun.
N. Kauwenaole, sworn, states: Saw
you at Kaalawai; you woro a prison
er; heard orders given that auyotio
leaving or attempting to leave would
Henry Mathews wished to mako a '
fctatoment. Ho was at Kaalawai un
der stress. Ho wont out that way
for a walk. Wa- forced to pick ouU
a gun. Was put on guard. Went
up ou Diamond Head on Monday
morning and was in tho mountains
about ten days.
Moaole was called as witness for
Xahiualau: Know Nahinalau, also
Aberahama and Kauai; Aberahama
aud Kauai camo to our houso at Ma
unalua and ordered us to go to Ka
liala; Aberahama had n pistol iu bis
hand; ho said if wo did not go wo
would bo shot; Aberahama and Kau
ai came there between 11 and IU
o'clock in tho forenoou; wo did not
j go till afternoon; tho orders woro to
I Bill Alapai was called by Henry
' Euoka: Saw you at Maunalua; wo
woro staying there; Aberahama camo
there ou Sunday, aud ordered us to
I go to Kaliala; did not hoar any
' throats; only hoard Aborahama say
anyone not signing a paper he had
would bo a traitor; did not see a pis
tol iu Aborahama's hand.
Tho Court took recess uutil 1:S0
Court convened at 1:30 o'clock.
Several of tho prisoners desired to
mako statements and were allowed
to do so. The gist of their asser
tions was that they wero inveigled to
Kaalawai under prctenco of an in
vitation to a luau; thoy saw the
At 2:110 o'clock George Markham
addressed the Court on his own be
half. Ho related how ho wont to
his sister (Mrs. BerUslmanu's) place
on Sunday moruiug, and having met
Robert Wilcox there. Ho suspected
thero was something going on, and
ho considered it his duty to investi
gate, being a detectiro in the em
ploy of tho Government. Ho went
to Kaalawai, saw tho guns and noted
tho quantity and quality down. Tho
arms woro being so carelessly hau
dled that ho took the trouble to
show tho men how to hold tho guus.
Ono gun wont off accidentally aud
nearly hit Goorgo Boss. George
Townsoud and others pointed him
out as an annexationist and spy, and
ho was under guard most of the
Accounts of tho Bishop Estate are
Approved by Docroo.
Chief .Tllsiipft .Tllflfl lina a,ry,inl &
i decreo iu tho matter of tho ostato of
( Bernico Pauahi Bishop, approving
tho accounts, which show disburse-
I ments of S.180,9S0.49 and receipts of
$150,015.88, tho oxcosb of expendi
tures boing $39,33101 uow owing
I Bishop fc Co. at 6 poreeut interest.
Tho inyeutory shows $29,010 invest
ed, besides accessions of real ostato.
An nllowanco of$210()a year is graut-
ftd i till triiatiuia fnr iil.irlr ln'rn
aud tho financial year of the trust is
chaugod to begiu July 1 instead of
Thtilxi JiulUtin 60 nfi per month.
A Talo of tho Dragon.
Brave Gcner! Tso, from tho Innd of H ng
Ho Wns famed from Pckln to Hongkong,
He knew not defeat, nor would ho retreat
From a foe, bo he ever io strong,
He carod not for Nordenteld', .Mnxlm, or
And ne sneered at the iitulortized Jap,
So ho Bwore by the pigtail of Viceroy
That he'd give tho intruder a rap.
Hi marshalled hli fortes from Clitfoo and
And Yb'u nnd l'otisau and Chow.
And Yen Clivnn and Tsjn Ming, and King
nd tno Illacc Flagtot Sin Yang Kan
With Ucncralt Pnokwol, Jlnkwol, nnd
Brave Ten mansled iiliend to the frny;
A bi'o-IInu they tun lo fur the lown ol Plug
Which was ever so fir away.
in Pcclilll Bay, at anchor time lay
The Meet of the terrible Ting,
Who had promised friend T-u to the battle
With Ii'm man-eating wnrshlp Gin Sling.
At Ping Yang planned iVo to devour the
Who tied cros cd from 8 rkoku to Seoul,
And ho swore by tho Idol nt L u-lling.Chu,
Thftt he'd send every Jap into Sheol.
But, lo nnd behold! every Chinnmnn.bold
Ha been swpt from Plngyaug to 'S oog
Hal, And the victorj from Sonkn, and also Ka
tonka" Havovollcctlvcly grown a foot h'gh,
A ml now there nre but lv Chlnklcs left,
Not more than a billion or to;
And since of bravu Tso and Wei Jink
The remainder will certainly go.
Wliut joy thero will lio lu tho BU'.ug Sun
When tho Jnpaneso soldier Ikivs coiiih,
With tho mtif la of bands, plgtulls lu tliWr
To tho arms of Pish Tu;h and Yum
(From tho VrtHiinittrr llmlytt tllghtly
ab'ldgtdunil altered Kd, Ilitnijk-Kiii Ttlr
urniih. ' ' -
MILD MEASURE ADVISED.
A Canadian Opinion on tho Uttpub
lie of Hawaii.
Tho govornmont of Hawaii, once
recognized as tho governmout of the
islam!, cannot bo blamod for taking
action against tho ox-Queen if tho
facts iu regard to her connection
with tho revolt against tho republic
are as reported. Tho arrest of the
leaders of tho revolt sooms to havo
placed in the hands of the govern-
' ment evidence that tho Queen war
implicated, and o'u a search being
mado of hor houso arms and ammu
nition were, it is said, found conceal
ed Uioro. Tho government of Ha
waii can be relied upon in tho faco
of the world to grant tho Queon a
fair trial so that it may bo clearly
proved that sho, nnd not merely her
I friends, wero responsible for tho
1 arms in hor Iioiibo: to store them
thero was so obviously an injudicious
1 and unnecessary risk that on tho
faco of it it might bo regarded as
more probably a plot ou the part of
her enemies than a plan of her
frionds. Tho government of Hawaii
is probably politic enough not to
porsocuto the Queon for attempts on
tho part of her friends to regain for
' hor a throne based on tho good will
of the whole native population of
i tho islaud, which thoy iu tho inter
ests of a minority, composod of emi
grants, upsot for tho purposo of be
traying tho country into tho hands
of a foreign uatiou, Evon if guilty
of treason against the republican
gOTorumeut, tho members of thw re
publican gorerumout, who would
havo been guilty of treason also had
thoy not, with the assistance of for
eign arms, which they invited, proved
successful in their revolt, will hardly
resort to extreme measures, for tho
ex-Quoon's relatives will have tho
sympathy of tho world if sho is put
to death, or ovon harshly treated.
It is simply impossiblo that the at
tempt to restore her to hor throne
should soom to her reasou and con
science anything olso but righteous,
noblo and holy. On tho ot hor hand,
wo cannot help believing that tho
government of tho Americans is
bettor for tho islaud than the gov
ernment of tho natives, that the Ha
waiians will soonest reach the best
form of self-government through
the establishment of the republican
form of govornmont, uomiual though
it bo for the moment, and that Su
the moautimo tho islaud will havo a
more stable, more tranquil and more
l assured position. Montreal Wilntts.
At Williams' Studio are to' bo seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which ho
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by the set or