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VOL. IX. NO. 127:5.
HONOLULU, II. 1., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2G, 1895.
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Sovon Plead Guilty And an Eighth
The Commission opened at !):30 a.
m., and the minutes of tho previous i
ilatf uinrA fikfn 1
UOy VTU 1170I i
EiRht native prisoner of war were '
waitinir for I rial nu thu charirn of '
treason, with specifications that they
Iiad Hiii?aKed in open rebellion to
overthrow thu Jlepublic of Hawaii ,
with force of arms.
All of the prisoners expressed
their fat is faction with thepersonuol
I of the Commission, one of them say
iuff, "They are all pood men." ,
Judge Advocate A. Q. M. Hubert-
son then administered tho oath to ,
the Commission, and Col. Whiting
1 did tho same function for the Judge
j Advocate, who then read the charge
' John Aea pleaded guilty to charge
1 and specifications.
Henry Kogers Guilty.
' Kupuna Guilty.
William Oili Guilty.
J. Kama Guilty.
David K. Kekoa wnutod to know
if he would be allowed to make a
statoment. Ho was told ho would
after he pleaded. Ho said ho want
ed to make a statement aud then
plead. This was graciously allowed
by Col. Whiting. Ho said ho had
boon in the custom of standing duty
at Washington Place, but on tho
Thursday night before the outbreak
ho did not report for duty. On thu
' Sunday night of thu outbreak ho
stood guard with n revolver until re
lieved, but did not know or nuy at
tempt being made to overthrow the
Government. Had he been told of
such an attempt to overthrow the
uoveruraeut, ho should now plead
guilty, but h'o had only boon told 'to'
bo on tho alert.
Col. Whiting ordered a plea of
not guilty to be eutored.
Charlita dlnrk. anrrirn Toatifluil t
1 arms being buried at Washington
. Place; he did not think Kekoa know
about the burying of arms; witness
repeated evidence ho gave in former
cases about the distribution of arms
, and thu instructions he gave to the
men on roceiviug arnu; they wero
prepared to resist any iutrusiou on
i Washington Place; only know of Ko-
. koa's being armed from report made
i to mo; Kekoa complained that he
, had no rifle but only a revolver; I
told him that wai all right, I had
1 special work for him to do; when
J the second watch camo on each had
, his own gun; I gave an order to let
Kokoa have a gun so that he would
have no more kick; kuow of my own .
I knowledge that it was understood
. among tho men what was going to
happen; walked round among thorn
j but paid no attention to what they
were saying; they know what tho
arms were for because word was
passed round that tho timo had
come; my special work for Kekoa i
was to throw bombs if that became ,
! Cross-examined by prisoner Sam
Nowleiu aud 1 never had a conver
sation with you about overthrowing
tho Government; don't remember
saying to you that Sunday night,
"Now is thu timo to overthrow the
Government aud fight tho white
By Col. Whiting Saw Kokoa bo
tweon nine aud ton o'clock that
Recess was taken for a considera
ble timo on account of leave to re
tiro boiug granted to two of tho pris
oners. Kaae sworo that Kekoa was a
guard at Washington Place, and was
there on tho Thursday night bofore
uprising; ho was on tho first watch,
aud was stationed on Waikiki side;
don't think guards always had same
posts, think thoy woro changed
round; I distributed gnus from
houso in back yard; gave no instruc
tions to mon whon 1 distributed
arms, thoso wero givou by Clark;
men were instructed to resist if the
promises were attacked; talked with
Kekoa both on Thursday and on
Sunday nights; ho complaiued of
not having a gun; 1 told him ho
would have to bo satisfied with a
revolver, as thoro wero not enough
to go round; it wa3 gouorally uuder
htood among the men what was up;
Kekoa received a rille ou tho Sunday
night, and ho complained of not
gotting enough ammunition; wo
understood that there was to bo a
fight with tho Governmout forces;
do not know whothor thure ua to
bo any ro-oxratiou between tho
men thorit and t force eznoctud to
tnariih in from Dioinomi fiend.
Crosa-oxaroiued by Kokoa Know
you talked to Xowloin and Clark,
but do not know what you talked
( ..w .....w j .. B.u. vm
about; cannot name day and linuroi
ronverwiuon, but you tallied witn
them freouentlr: I was siinplv told
(.to give you men arm; yon were told, f J$i
you wore mere to Runru tue vueeii,
mid were often told the tame thing
By the Judgo Advocate I think
the arms were given out not only
for defense, but to attack the Gov
ernment forces if necessary; if at
tack were madu on the towu, then
forces at Washington I'laco were to
bo used if uoccssary; do not know if
guards kuew that rebel forcos were
to assemble that Sunday night at
Diamond Head; 1 kuew because
Charlie Clark told mo. t
By Captain Cainara I saw Kekoa
with a revolver.
William Bill was one of tho guards
at Washington I'Jaco; a few weeks
after the overthrow of the Queen
wo began guarding her; I was in tho
same watch as David Kekoa; saw
hiut Sunday night; J did not know
that Sam Nowleiu had men assem
bled at Diamond Head that night to
overthrow the Government; did not
know for what purpose arms wero
distributed that night.
Judge Advociite Kobertson ex
pressed a desire to bring forward
more witnesses ngaiust Kekea.
Recess was taken at 11:20 to 1:30.
VJn going out Col. Whiting told
thu interpreter to inform the women
presout that they could speak to
prisoners who worn their friends.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Joe Silva Autone. nero. aud
Kiea, native, ore locked up for an
Dickermau, a German aud special
policeman, is iu jail charged with an
Tr . . . : - ;
. " rland, Amori
can, a desert
ing seaman of tho shin Keuilworth,
ua ueen arrested by the police.
Henry Waterhousu has opened a
collection, insurance aud real estate
agency at his oflice ou Queon atreot.
Tho bark Velocity sailed at 2
o'clock this afternoon for Hong
kong. She took 101 Chinese pas
sengers. 'Tho Evolution of tho Hawaiian
Judiciary," by Justice froar, No. 7
of tho Hawaiian Historical Society's
papors, has been issued in printed
Iu the improvements at Castle &
Cooke's a well was d inclosed -10 feet
deep, which was onco a dopouduncn
of many people for the ossontial
City houses, seaside houses and
Pearl City beach houses aro for rout
by Henry Waterhouse. Also, ho has
building lots for lomr loim at Vi.
kiki, aud a largo hotel on Nuuauu
aveuuo for rent.
Tho gasoline tank vault iu the
Judiciary building grounds, which
i used to supply the Opera Houso
t with light, is being cleaned out.
( Fourteou largo cans of gasoline have
, beeu taken out of tho vault.
Tho following porsous have taken
the oath to Bupport thu Constitu
tion, etc., of tho Republic: John
Calway, American; Prank do Sou.a,
Portuguese; Peter Manuel, Hawai
ian; Joseph B. Cook, Hawaiian.
Thomas R. Lucas, for tho Hono
lulu Plauing Mill, is superintending
the erection of a heavy lire wall be
tween tho roar promises of Castle &
Cooke aud a miscellaneous aggrega
tion of business promises on King
, St. Andrew's Cathedral.
i At a mooting of tho parishioners
' of St. Andrew's Cathedral held yes
I torday eveuing, tho following olll
i cera woro elected: Edward Stilus,
Dean's Churchwardou; Henry
( Smith, People's Churchwardou, The
financial reports of last year were
( read and adopted.
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I At Williams' Studio aro to be teen
Portraits ou Watch Dials, which he.
is making a specialty of. Lantern
i Slides for lecture by the tot otr