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VOL. JX. NO. 1201)
HONOLULU, H. 1., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 18I5.
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iMroaTEas and Dealers in Lumber and
all kinds or Udiliiino Matksiais.
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H. HAOKFELD A OO..
Gk.neril Commission AOENTH.
Corner Fort and llueeu huteia, Muuuiiuu,
JNO. 8. SMITHIES
Auctioskkua.ndGknerm.Ul'him'sh A (I km.
Mahakona, Kohala, Hawaii,
Manutacturino Jeweler ami Watch
maker. Kuknl Jewelry a specialty, furtlcuint
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
Campbell Block, Merchant Btreet.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Kumar Mills, Boiler,
Coolers. Iron, Drabs and Leah
MaotilneQ u' Kvttry IWcniitioo .Mnat- to
Order. Particular attention (.aid lo Ships'
Blackenilthlug. .'oh V,'ork niivnted st
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Estimates given on all kinds of Brick,
Iron, Stone and Woodeu Buildings. Job
bing of all kinds. Bnlldlng Material for
sale. 510 and 512 King street. Reildence
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ASSETS, - 110,01)0,000.
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A rents for Hawaiian Inland
City Carriage Co.,
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- BOTH TEtEPOOHES 113
Fine Carrlagep & Civil Drivers
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folehrdted High Grade Csaei ttnmira.-,
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BOILED LUUOi. !
This It a superior Faint Oil, ram
leis pigment than LInsocd Oil, nod
a lastlnc brilliancy to colon..
used with ilrlri It gives a il-n.1l.l Inoi
L-tnae. Oemei . l
Rellned Sugars, Salmon,
Falruaak Canning Co.'b Cornail ltoul
PARAFFIN.. PAINT CO.'S
Compounds, Rooting a Papm
i.td'i Pttent Steam Plpn Cimfim
JarboasV Di&nond, Enamel Brer
Especially designed for Yauaum Pans.
Hartford Fire buonuKM Co.,
London Laacainlre Fire lo. Co.,
Tqum ui Mersey Mirtae lu. Co,
Nhw lurk Lilt) Ins. Co.,
c. o. bTrger,
General Agent lor Hawaiian Island.
Win i..lrwtu PresldHiu 4iiu JMitm.Ker
Olaus Spreekrlii Vlce-Prcsldont
W, M. OIHnrd, . berndnry and Treasnrer
Then tl. Portr . Andlr
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
)it SAN FRANUISCO, UAL.
O. B. ID-WIGHT
Does all kinds of Work In
Gtment & Stone Sidewalks & Cubing.
He has on hand a large Bapply of Chi
nese Oramta Curb ana always keeps Ha
waiian Curbing Stone. E'timates nlven
and lowest prices assured. Bell Telephone
IIO YEN KEE & CO.,
41 sniiann 8i.ri-.-i
TinHraitbs, PlnmbinQ, Etc.
CKOCKKItY and OLABHWARE
Coll Water Faint
Especially Designed . .
For Inside Work on , , . .
Factories and Public Buildings .
It is ii dry powder which cm be
i prepared for ino by pimply stirring
in COLD WATER and can bo np
' plied by nnyono and will always pro
i duco good work.
i It id VERY WHITE, extremely re
! ilective and hardens on a wall like
It will hint for years, ami is un
affected hy gases.
Ono coat covers better than two
coats of oil paint or whitewash.
It can bo used on any surfaco and
for all classes of work, oven for the
It will not rub, tc.ilo or crack, nor
will it soften with ago or discolor.
It will not net in the mixing vessel,
in fact it improves hy standing a few
It can ho Heed to good advantage
over old whitewash without scraping.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in barrel from UOO
to -100 lbs., also in boxes of 100, GO
and 2.ri pounds.
FOR SALE HY
Agents (or the Hawaiian Islands
Do You Smoke?
If you do, yot wont tho bet your
money will luv I have hint re-
relvd a cboloe involca of t'.e lluest
which pf II from 6 cents np foy5
cents. While many people prefer
Manila Cigars, I luve for their
beneQt a very choice selt-ctlon of
all the.best known brands of
For thosi who don't smoke cigars,
b.it "hit tho pipe," 1 havu a lino
MtersctMuui and Briar Wood Pipes,
Abo Com Cobs, Etc, E'o.
1 TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco and
nl'n kept on hand In luut any
tiling In th II e of smoker's re-
iiUisiws can bo found at ih
H. J. Nolte, Prop. J2.'7-tf
Junius Kaao is Arraigned for Mis
prislon of Treason.
Judge Advocate Uobortsnu nil
dressed tho Commiss'on only a few
Junius Kane wn (huii brought in
for trial for misprision of troaou.
P. Nuumauii appeared for tho ac
cused and entered the usual objec
tion to tho jurisdiction of tho Com
mission. Tho Court thou adjourned
for tho day.
Trial of Junius Kaao for Pruvir.us
Court convened nt D&Q o'clock.
Kobert Hakuolo Silver, soru,
statos: Was nt Junius Kr.ao's liouso
on Jan. 2 and was told to coiuo thoro
on tho following day to assist in tho
cleaning of gmiFj Lot Lnuo, Willie,
, John ami Jim Lino nud tho accused
woro present during tho conversa
tion; Lot Lino said tho gnus woro
to bo there on Thursday night;
Kobort Wilcox cauio thoro during
tho evening with Lot Lane; Wilcox
camo a second limo niter i o clock
and told Lot Lauu to pick out six
men to go out from Bertolmann's
place to meet n steamer nud bring
in tho arms on nboat; wo woro lo
look after the guns on tho boat and
the arms were to bo lauded at Kaluv
nko; tho conversation took place in
tho bedroom of tho accused; Lot,
John and myself oil together, and
Wilcox, Jim and William camo after;
wo got as far as Thomas Squsro
1 when Jim Lauo came after us and
, told us lo return, as tho thing was
known; wo came back to tho Catho-
J lie Cemetery nud mot Wilcox who
, told mo to go with him to Berlel-
, inaun'sj I weut out to that placo and
we wont out in a canoe, met tho
steamer Waimanalo and had guns
I taken to Kahala; when guus were
lauded wo weut to Bertolmnnn's and
I later to Manoa to Kaae's place;
I Kaao was not there that day; the
Lauo boys, Charles ilnrto.v aud Ko-
liikuewn woro there; saw Kaao next
day, Saturday evening at 7 o'clock, at
tho same place; wo worn all there
l that evening; Jesse (Mrs. Kaao) and
1 went for a bottle of brandy;
wo went to Jonn ilia's placo
and Jessio mortgaged Lot Lane's JofiGO.ST, of which $5128.67 is invest
horso to hor sister (Mrs. Ena); od, mostly iu Hawaiian Government
tho money was to bo need in scour
iug men to go to tho war; Lot said
tho horse would uot bo used as wo
woro goiug to war, and if killed the
horse would bo no uso to them; wo
drank tho bottle of braudy; toasts
woro mado to the health of tho
Queen aud tho success of the rebel
lion; Lot Lane and myself left the
house together; wo got I'M in gold for
tho horse; I got .510 of tho amount;
Ispont some of my money in paying
the tramcar fnru oi somo ol tho men
that went out there; don't know
whother Lot Lane spout any monoy;
the monev was iriven mit in Kami's
ST'tS la fi
cleaning guus aud took part ia tho
fight with tho permanent troops:
i on Sunday moruing men begau
, comiug in aud this prevailed all day;
picuets wero put out aim foreign
prisoners wuro brought iu.
Cross-oxamination Lot Lane told
mo to como to Kaao's placo on
Thursday and Saturday; ho told mo
that on Wednesday; he said that if
tho guns did uot como on Thursday
to como thoro on Saturday; 1 socur
od twelve mon and gave them mon-
oy for their fares; I changed tho
ten-dollar gold piece at a storo be
low tho Empire Saloon; gavo Sam
ivaioa sixty cents ana nuotuor the
same amount; left Kaae's house nt
7 o clock on tho Saturday night and
wont out to Kaalawai at 9 o'clock;
was a witness iu tho caso of Tom
Poole; was questioned by W. A.
Kinuoy on Monday last in regard to
what ko know about Kaao; told him
what I have already statod boforo
this Commission; was told that I
would bo taken as a witno's; was
arrested on Jau. IS, at my homo at
nyjoiis, ron street; was sorvou
with papers charging me with trea-
son; no promlsos or threats woro
mado to mo if I became a witness.
ltecoss was taken at noon until
Tho total number of Chinese resi
dents in Yokohama at present is
2325, living in 23) houses.
How tho Philadelphia and Honolulu
Toam Will Lino TJp.
Tho gnmo between tho U. S. S.
Philadelphia and local football
i elevens will bo called at 3:!S0 o'clock
sharp nt tho baseball grounds to
morrow afternoon. Thoro is every
promise of a lively gamo and there
will undoubtedly bo n largo attend
ance. Prof. liergcr has kindly con
sented to haro the band in attend
ance. The band will piny from 3 to
I G o'clock. A charge of twonty.fivo
cents admission will bo imposed.
Prof. Ftreiu of Oaliu College will
act as umpire for the local team and
Dr. Crandall will act in the camo
capacity for tho opposing eleven.
In compliance with a now rule a
lino-man, one who keeps tho time of
, the game, will bo appointed by tho
two u in pi res named. Tho gamn is
limited to two plays of thirty-fivo
minutes' duration each, with ten
minutes test between each play.
Tho following will compose tho Ho
Chris Holt, centre rush.
James Spencer, right guard.
Ed. Holt, loftguaid.
Goorgo Hosa, right tackle.
George Angus, left tackle.
Carlos Long, right end.
Antoue Lawrence, left urn).
Palmer Parker, right half back.
Charles Crane, left half back.
James A. Thompon, quarter back.
Louis Singer, full back.
Substitutes Henry Uapai, G. de
t la Vergne. Vida Thium, Sam John
'son, Charles Kico, George aud W.
Green well and David K. Koii.
Various Probate Matters Heard at
Circuit Court Chambers.
Cecil Brown petitions the Circuit
Court that an order issue to V. V.
Ashford to show cause why he should
uot bo ordered to surrender nil tho
papers aud ovidencos of debt aud
other property iu his possession or
under his control deposited with
him by Wailuu Kokaulaaud belong
ing to tho estate of James K. Ko
kauln. J. F. Hackfold, guardian, returns
a statement of property belonging
to Paul J. F. Ehlers and Heiuricu
T TCIllura dliAnitm, n .9..1., t Ia.i a'
. .M.I.VJ.O, a..i,.,uK .aiuauuu ut
Iu tho case of E. K. Nahaoleluaot
al. vs. Kaaahu et al., J. II. Baronaba
for loano minors moves for leave to
withdraw answer on file.
He Is Brought to tho Station at the
David KawanaunkoA. a mnmlwir of
' t" ox-royal family, was brought to
tho station by Captain Kahookano
at 12:15 a.m. Kawauanakon was
named iu his uucle King Kalakaua's
will as an heir aud successor to the
throne along with his younger bro
ther KaJauianaole, who was arrested
among tho earlier prisoners of tho
robollion. Tho charge win loft blank
on tho station record opposite
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Dr. William T. Monsarrat, V. S ,
has succeeded G. W. C. Jones as
Tho Philadelphia aud local foot
ball teams will meet at 3:150 o'clock
to morrow afternoon.
A hiiL'L'v driven bv John H rid in
; was wrecked on Fort street to-day
by collisiou with a road cart.
Frank B, MoStocker, captain of
tho Citizens' Guard, has been pre
sented with a fine gold watch by his
Goorgo II, Paris, manager of tho
Hawaiian Gazette Co., has notified
James Carty that he will hold him
responsible for damage by a hack
Horse loft without a timer to a uiey-
J clo belonging to Paris.
At Williams' Studio are to bo seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
. Slides for lecture by the set or
I dozen. '