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THE DAILY HULLETIN. PBRKUARY 22. 1895.
THIRTIETH DAY. I
Trial of ,!. Kaae for Previous I
Court convened at 1:30 o'clock.
Keliikuewa, sworn, stales: Wai at
Kaae's place and was presout thero
on Saturday night; was sent out on
Sunday morning to Kaalawai and
was told that when I got thero I
would b unablo to leave again, as
sentries wore to bo posted there;
saw the arms there and was placed
uuder command of Willie C4roig;
Sam Kowleiu was the head.
Daring tho cross-examination Mr.
Neumann akod witness if ho had
been given any promise. Tho wit
ness answered in tho negative. Ho
was then asked if ho knew what his
sontonco was to be. Witness aus
wered yes, ho would get live years.
Charles Bartow, sworn, states:
Was at Kaao's house on tho Satur
day night; tho accused and his wife
with tho Lane boys, besides Kolii
kuewa, Hakuolo Silva and another
native boy were present; wo d rank
together;! Mrs. Kaao proposed tho
toast to tho health of tho Queen and
Lot Lano added, "Forward to Vic
tory"; Kaio told us when wo went
out on tho street that when wo wont
out to Waikiki to scatter whon wo
got to a certain placo; wo did so,
Jim Laue and myself and a native
boy walking behind; reached Kaa
lawai that same evening and saw the
arms; tho arms were used iu tho up
rising; wo wore uot successful;
guarded sonioqf the prisoners which
wore at Kaalawai.
Cross-examination Lot Lano camo
to my place at Kaumakapili and
Sam Nowlein, sworn, states: Took .
part iu the robelliou of Jan. G and 7;
Gulick, Soward, Rickard and others I
were engaged iu tho uprising; saw j
tho arms which wero lauded from i
tho steamer Waimanalo; engaged
five of tho leaders to enlist the mon; i
understood thoro wore between live I
and sovou huudri'd men wero to take '
part iu tho uprising. ,
Crossoxamiuatiou Had the list
of the men; I burned the list ou
Sunday moruiug for precaution; I
was to lead forty-six of my own '
crowd; William Olepau, Duila,
John Biker, 1'ukila und John Ma-1
hukn brought me the lift f uauiec;
they had written thorn out; showed
the list to Charlie Clark ouly; de
stroyed tho list on Sunday morning
because I hid uo moro use for it; iu
tended to have the revolution on
Monday morning; fent word out on
Thursday evening to assemblu at
To Judgo Whiting Robert Wil-;
cox was connected with mo iu tho
uprising; don't know about Lot ;
Goorge Totvusend was the next '
witness. IIo wont over tho same
evidenco About his going out with I
Charlio Warren aud assisting iu
lauding nearly 300 rilles beyond Dia
mond Head. R. Wilcox, Jim Line,
Hakuolo, Bartow aud others were iu
J'. The men wero acting uuder
lobort Wilcox. The guns wero
landed ou Thursday night. The
uprising took placo ou Sunday
uight Thero wore between 70 aud
80 men at Kaalawai, after Nowleiu's
squad went away. After the shoot
ing began iu which Carter was kill
ed thoro wore only twunty-fivo left
in my camp where Wilcox had com
mand. Charles Warrou aud Attoruoy
General W. O. Smith gave similar
evidenco as in previous cases.
R. W. Wilcox, sworu, states: Was
at Kaae's on Thursday uight aud
saw Lot Laue and his brothers there;
Lot and 1 spoko about the upnsiug
to overthrow the Government; the
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conversation took place: I knew that
arms wore to bo lauded that night
ai nauaauu; xmiuiuiu ouvu wui hi,
Knao's house; ho accompanied mo
later to Burtelmauu'e
Cross-examination: Lot Lauo told
mo that his brothers would accom
pany me to Kakaako that night;
Hakuolo aud I got into a hack aud
went to Bertelmauu's; mot Sam
Nowlein in a Chinose store uoar Ka
waiahao Summary; Markham passed
us ou his way to town aud 1 told
him to sond me a hack from towu.
Lot Lano, sworn, states: Was at
Kaae's houso ou Thursday, Jau. 3;
Hakuolo Silva, my brothers besidos
myself, wero there; mot Wilcox later
ami told him to send six mon out to
Waikiki; Kaao was not presout dur
ing the conversation; Wilcox loft
about 8:30 o'clock; I live at Kaao's;
was at tho house ou Saturday even
ing; met Hakuolr, Keliikuowa and
brothers there; Kaao and his wife
came in while wo wero thoro; told
Hakuolo that wo wero to wait until
William Ilikiui came with tho pis
tols; Wilcox camo thoro at 8 o'clock;
Hakuolo left the houso with Mrs.
Kaao to go to John Etia's for money;
they returned iu three-quarters of
au hour with the money and a bottle
i ft11 ft JW- .SVfiS I daT Hvenm ol owing ioffabt 8
Si fin ,'im the Inn, I S "ot 8oa drinking '
&. fe E rlii i,?,!?, L, ,, f "bout ho house; my brothers left
.bo.S,lU,.0!1 '.'i".0" m;.8" f I tho house before me; don't remem-
were uiuro uesuius uuiiiua ninin mm
of brondyj Mrs. Kaao Rave mo tho
tnonoj iu gold: wo all had a driuk;
Jdgnkon, jU , how
then went out with me: don't know
whether Kaae knew anything of tho
contemplated uprising, but suppose
ho did; ho was passing in and out
all the time we wero talking.
1 J. W. Gibbs, sworn, stales: Am
Inrteudor at Bay Horse Saloon; saw
Kaao there during the evoning;
don't remember whether this was on
Thursday night, Jan. 3.
G. 0. Keuyon, sworn, stat's: Was
' at tho Bay Horso Saloon on the
night of tho Kakaako trouble; do
' not remember seeing Kaao there at
William Lino, sworn, states: On
Thursday after N'ow Year's wai ttt
Kami's place; Wilcox, Hakuolo Silva.
Keliikuowa and brothers were thorn;
Kaae was not present while 1 was iu
tho houso; Wilcox ami Lot Lane
convoked on tho veranda aud later
came into tho room; wont out as far
as Thomas Squaro aud returned to
tho house; afterwards took a hack
I and followed Wilcox to Waikiki;
was at tho house on Saturday after
' about G o'clock; left a short while
after; nothing was said about tho
overthrowing of tho government;
' did not return to tho house again
I Cross examination Kaao was at
his house on Saturday night; did
not see any liquor about tho placo:
' Manuel Jlosa was tho ouo that tola
me to go to Kaae's placo on tho
i Thursday night.
John Line, sworn, states: Was at
' hit brothor-iu-law (Kaao's) placo on
i Thursday night; don't think ho was
present during conversation about
bor seoiuir Kaae there.
Cross-examination: Mrs. Kaao
was at tho house on the Saturday
night; when I came back from tho
dance that night mot Kaao standing
by the gate; Kaae and wife wero
homo that night; don't think Kaao
was prosont when conversation
about revolution took place.
Court adjourned to 7:30 o'clock.
At 7:30 o'clock tho Court re-con-1
Lot Lane, ro-callod: Went out to
Bertelmaun's on Saturday night
with Hakuolo in a hack; did not
see others after leaving.
Mrs. J. Kaae, sworn, statea: Am
tho wife of the accused; live on lio
retauia street; remember trouble at
Waikiki; on Saturday evening went
with H ikuole to John Ena's and got
money; returned and bought a bot
tle of brandy at George Houghtail
iug's; went home; at the houso
were tho Lane boys besides Kelii-
kuowa who was drunk and Charles ,
Bartow; Lot opened the bottlo and
all who wero in tho room drank;
i tho toast given was ior my own
health and prosperity; nothing was
I said about a toat to tho Queen; do
i not remember anything being said
, about an uprising or a victorious
I bittle; did not hear Kaao give any
! instructions as to how the mon .
go out aud did not see him go into
I another room with auyoue olso; did
not tell Keliikuowa he would bo do-1
t lined if ho went out to Waikiki; ho
called at the house Sunday for a i
I driuk of giu; did not seo John Lano
' give him any monoy.
Crofs-examination: Mrs. Fornau
doz came to my bedroom on Sunday
. morniuL'; Abe Fornandez was not
there; Willio Laue did not return to '
the house after leaving ou Saturday
' night; ou Thursday Kaao and I
went to Mrs. Aula's.
Junius Kaao, sworn, states: Loft
my houso on Thursday afternoon at
0 o'clock aud went to Bay Horse
Saloon; returned to house at 8
'! 1 "rtlV nnil a!f tun Wm trt .T Ira
j Auld,s in ft Lack. rotrnod to salooa'
; mid stayed until it closed; saw Lot,
Jim John at)(1 willio Lauo aill
I Hak'uoie nad Kelilkuewa at homo on
Saturday night, after 1 returned
Irom lisumaruet; tuey wero in tun
ing room; either Hakuolo or Mrs.
Kaae brought iu a bottlo of brandy;
weut in aud drank somo brandy; do
not rocolloct hearing any talk of
an attompt to overthrow the govern
meut; did not advise any of them as
to how they should go to Waikiki,
uor was there any talk about arms;
was at homo ou Saturday aud Sun
day, with tho oxcoption of going
down to tho Postoffico iu tho morn
ing. After argumont by Paul Neumann,
counsel for the accused, aud Judgo
Advocate Kiuuoy the Court adjourn
ed till 9:30 o'clock Monday morn-
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of 0:ilni, to continue until further
notice, during which time, however,
tho Courts will continue iu session
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usual, except as aforesaid.
By tho President:
J SANFORD B. DOLE.
President of tho Republic of Ha-
J. A. KING,
I Minister of tho Iuterior.
j General Headquarters, Republic
Adjutant General's Office,
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, H. I.,
January 1C, 1805,
SrECiAL Order No. 25.
Order for a Military Commission.
A Military Commission is hereby
ordered to meet at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, ou Thursday, tho 17th day
of January, A. D. 1895, at 10 o'clock
a. m., aud thereafter from day to day
for the trial of such prisoners as
may bo brought before it on the
charges and specifications to be pre
sented by the Judgo Advocate.
The Oflicors composing tho Com
1. Colonel William Austin Whit
ing, First Regiment, N. G. H.
2. Lieuteuaut-Colouol J.H. Fisher,
First Regimout, N. G. H.
3. Captain C. W. Zieglor, Compa
ny F, N. G. H.
1. Captain J. M. Camara, Jr., Com
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5. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
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C. Captain W. O. Wilder, Jr., Com
pany D, N. G. H.
7. First Lioutonaut J. W. Jones,
Company D, N. G. H.
Captaiu William A. Kinney, Aid-do-Camp
on General Staff, Judge
By order of the Commander-in-Chief.
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in auy public placo botweou the
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will be liable to arrest, unless pro
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Hoadquartors of tho Marshal's
The gathering of crowds is pro
hibited. Anyono disturbing tho peace or
disobeying orders is liable to sum
mary arrest without warraut.
By ordor of tho Commander-in-Chief,
J. H. SOPER,
From and after dato LIQUOHS OF ALL
DESOHIl'TIONB will be allowed to be
fold at the Licensed Saloryii, between the
hours of 0 a. i. and 0. r. at, providing (ho
same be drank on the premises.
No Liipiors shall bo taken away from
such Saloons except Ileer, Ale and Stout.
Any violation of this will causo such Sa
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liquor upon any saloon premi-cs will alto
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i:. 0. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Kepubllo of Hawaii.
February 0, 18U5. 1250-tf
SPECIAL ORDERS No. 81.
The following appointment is
hereby announced for tho informa
tion of tho National Guard of Ha
waii. A. G. M. Robertson, to bo Aid-do-Camp
ou the General Stall with
rank of Captain, from February 11,
Captaiu A. G. M. Robertson will
act as Judgo Advocate ou tho Mili
tary Commission now in session in
this city, vice Captaiu W. A. Kiuuoy,
relieved from said duty.
By order of tho Commander-iu-
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutaut-Gouoral's Office, Houo-
Ulu, H. I., February 11, 1895.
SPECIAL ORDERS. No. 2G.
Tho Military Commission now iu
session in this city, convened by
Special Ordors No. 25, dated January
10, 1895, from those Headquarters
will hold its sessions without regard
By order of the Commander-in-Chief.
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutaut-General's Office, Hono
lulu, January 19, 1895. 1243-tf
All persons are hereby notified
that they are strictly forbiddon to
use firo crackers, Chineso bombs or
any fireworks whatever within tho
limits of Honolulu.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jau. 22, 1895.
All bills against tho Polico De
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(3 aud Feb. 11, aro ordered to bo pre
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E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Ou aud after thib dato, all porsons
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