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VOL. IX. NO. 1272.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 18!5.
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Honnlu'u, Feb, 21, 185. l'.'GO-w
If your lubtoriptlon hn tiyiml tiow
' a uond Urn Jo rfiwie it.
Twenty-live Washington Plac-r
Men Waive Trial.
I John Lane Bdog iried (.r Misprision of
Tlio Military Coiumifaiuu oonvvn
od at 11:30 o'clock.
i Tho following prinonora worn
' brouubt in. Thoy wore cliargod
with treason. Thoy numbur twouty
five, u.tmuly: Sam Kokalin, Willinm
Hill. Kanmula Haktiolo, Opuuui,
William A bin, Ed. Ting Sing, Sam
llola, John Kaaua, Maknuaboa, Ma
ui, Dati. Knuaua, Jock Naiwi, Uola
Huibui. Solomon Kapiiobo Bon
Maulc, Wui. Kanakaolt", Wnbia, Ktt
awa, Kiatnauu, Wm. llakalau, Kaau
wai, Kaia, Wolowolu, Uiukoti and
Waiola. 1 host muii bad been on duty
at Wasbiugton Place. Thuyduairud
no counsel and pleaded guilty to
John Lano was next brought in for
trial. Uo is charged with mispri
sion of treason. Ho pleaded not
guilty and desired Paul Neumann as
Sam Nowloiu was tho Grst witness.
His evidonco was materially the
. samo as given in the previous cases,
' about the landing of arms, and the
i enlisting of recruits. The lists had
, been mado out by William Olepau
' and Pukila. Thoy were destroyed
by witness at bis ovu houso. The
accused was ou tho list.
William Hakuolo Silver, sworn.
' states: Wont to Kaae's house ou
Jan. 3; saw tho accused aud went
with him out King strooi; noar
Thomas i-quaro Jim Lano came after
' us and told us t? go back; met
i Robert Wilcox near tho Catholic
cemetery; told the accused that wo
i woro going to Ujrtolniauu's to go
out aud board a steamer which had
I arms, did not see tho accused at
Rortelmanu's; after gettiug to Bor
tolmaun's 1 wont out with Wilcox in
, a cauoe aud boarded the Waima
ualo; the gnus were lauded at Ka
hala. Charles Warrou, sworn, states:
Was sent with George Townsoud by
Nowloin to go out aud meet a
schoouer which had arms; boarded
the schooner and later catuo on tho
' stoamor; stayed on tho steamor two
aud a half days; there wero 2S5
rilles; lauded thorn at Kahala; on
Thursday night was at Udrtelmann's;
on Friday morning before daylight
was iu the eauoa shed with John
Lane, Jim Lane, Lot Lauo and
Townsend; talked with Townsoud
about where tho gnus woro hid;
Wilcox catuo out of Rortelmann'a
and told Townsend to come into tho
house, aud despatched John Lano,
; tho accused, ou horseback iuto town:
tho guns wore removed next day and
hid m another place; was at Kahala
I on Suuday cleaning guns; was at
, Kaimuki ou Monday and engaged in
tho fight with tho Qovornmont
troops; left boforo dinner.
t Crosa-oxominalion The accused
was in tho canoe shod with his bro
thers on Friday morning; there woro
other persons in tho shod, 'about
four or five, which I could not do
toct; I am sure I mado statement
about arms being lauded when the
accused was present; ho only stayod
a,but fivv millutus ftor l """' tho
' statement; bavo mado previous state-
mont to Mr. Robortsou; have mado
tho samo as now.
Recess takeu to 1:30 o'clock.
1 If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect, tho stock of Brown k Kubey,
at No. 1. Maeonic Temple; there you
will find tho largest variety iu Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
1 and watchos Bold on weekly aud
monthly oavmentB. Brown & ICnhov
j make a specialty of rubber stamps.
I UDIOIARY JOTTINOH
i - - "
Papers Filod -Conspiracy Cqs-b- Eb
tato J, T. Waterhouso.
John Kmmoluth, having failed to
have John Cook adjudicated bank
rupt, briugs suit against him to re
cover -511fi0.il, including interest at
9 percent, for money advanced to
pay defendants' dues iu tho Amer
ican Legion of Honor,
Defendant iu Nahaolelua aud
others vs. Kaahu aud others have
filod au answer to amended com
plaint of plaintiffs.
Akana answers the complaint of
L. 13. Kerr, saying the claim for
S'GOG.33 is incorrect aud uot conform
ing with defendant's bookc
M. F. Craudell bv his attorneys,
Paul Neumann and" W. R. Castle,
movos that J. K. Sutnuor by his next
friend, Maria S. Davis, be ordered to
file a bond for costs and a boud of
indemnity in bis bill for injunction
against defendant. An othdavit is
filed by defendant, Crandoll, sotting
forth that Maria S. Davis is poor,
aud has been supported with iiJO a
mouth from Sumuor; that whon
Sumner's atTairscamo iuto his bauds,
tho income of his proporty came far
below what it ought to liavo been,
namely, less than $2.ri00 a year; but
that under defendant's mauagrmeut
tho income has been iuereasod to
more than f'lOOO a year, aud that
leases are being arranged for which
would still further increase the
value of the proper! 3', but which
may be prevented by the injunction
pra3ed for, thereby causing great
ioss to Sumner, and deponent says
that ho cannot now pay tho stipend
authorized by Sumuor to Maria S.
Judge Cooper opened tho ad
journed Circuit Court term this
The indictments against Joseph
Nawahi and John E. Bush for con
spiracy were read to dsfondants, and
their plea was reserved uutil Wed
nesday. C. W. Ashford for defend
ants. George Maliua was arraigued for
perjury, aud he pleaded not guilty.
His case was contiuuod till next
term, special or regular.
E. C. Crick was arraigned for con
spiracy, and he declined to plead to
the indictment. Tho Court ordered
0 plea of not guilty to be entered
ou his behalf. C. W. Ashford for
Oeorge Summers was indicted for
burglary aud ho pleaded not guilty,
iiis case was continued to tho next
spocial or regular term.
, W. P. lliwon, charged with arson,
wa3 called and failed to answer.
Attorney General W. O. Smith mov
ed that tho bond bo declared for
feited and tho amount paid into
Court. The bondsmoii are: S. I.
Shaw, $150; II. E. Mclntyro, $200:
Jas. Olds, STiOO; T. IJ. Murray, 150.
Other cases wero called and some
coutiuued till Wednesday ad others
for tho torm.
Judgo Cooper h this afternoon
hearing tho petition for tho probate
of the will of tho lato John Thomas
Tho wills of Henry Dimoud and
Mrs. Anna Maria Dimoud will also
coino up for probate.
TAKEN THE OATH
To Support tho Constitution and
Laws of tho Republic.
Following is a continuation of tho
. list of porsouB swearing support to
George B. Connot, Caleb Carpon
tor, Thomas Mullen. British; O. L.
Soreuson, Hawaiian-born of Danish
, parents; Adam Duucati, Hawaiian;
W. M. Johnstone, H. H. Dobsou,
Jos. Braun, Frod. Dyke, Honry Putt
huff, James Doas, Win. M. Daly, O.
E. Huston, Amorican; Hormau Sit
tonfeld, Gorman; Joo Doluotar,
Swiss; Loo Kou, Ohiuoso; Wm. Sam.
Kaapa. loola Malailua, David Ana
O. W. Ashford Out.
O. W. Ashford, one of tho ex- At-
tornoyGoneralsarrestod for sedition,
was roloased Saturday night after
I about suvon weeks of con fiuument. Ho
was seen at tho Post otllco on Sun-
day morning and akd if ho was at
l complete liberty. "Yes," was his
I answer, "at comploto liberty to take
I a trip for my health."
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