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VOL. IX. NO.
HONOLULU, H. 1., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1895.
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Dally iiuiietin rubiismng company.
Using n personal address may ratnta dels
Importers and Dialer in Lux Bin and
all kinds or Uuildino Matoiilh.
H. HAOKFELD OO
General Commihsion Auentx.
Uoruor Kurt anil iueeu outai. tiiiiiinu.
NO. fl. 8MITUIKH
Auctioneer and General Business Auent.
Mahukuuit, Kolinla, Hawaii.
Kakat Jewelry a tnciaity.
attention paid to all kinds oi repairs
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLTJLTJ IKON WOBKB,
Steam Enuineh, Bdiar Millh, Boiliih,
Coolers. Iron, limns and Lead
Machinery ot Every Duwjnpuou Mai tu
rder. Particnlnr attention paid to Bhlpp'
BlacksmltblUK. Job Wnrl,
Atlas Assurance Co.
J-l. W. SOHMTDT & SONS
Atmnt" 'or Hawaiian Inland"
City Carriage Co.,
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Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
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W'u are nlo prepared to Ukc orders lor
UoKin, IT. OH.la.ndt 4 Oo '
Insuring prompt delivery.
MTTbta U a au pnor Paint Oil, wii
turning less pigment than Llneeed Oil. and
living a lasting brilliancy to colors,
(land witti drier It gives splendid ilooi
-1 me Oem & 1 1.
ltcllncd Sugars, Salmon,
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Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
itsCi Ptieoi Steam Pipe Cutihiu
Jarboea' Diaaoai, Eaaael 8w
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Thames and Hurtoy Karuie lot. Co.,
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W. li. 01 Hard,
Than C. Port
President ami Manager
Secretary and Treasurer
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OV HAN FKAN01BCO, OAL.
O. B. DWIOHT
Does all kinds ot Work In
frment & Stone Stdtwalks & Garbing.
He lies on band a large snpply of Chi
nese Uranlte Curb and always keeps Ha
waiian Curbing Stone. Estimate given
and lowest prices ussured, UellTelrpbone
HO YEN K.EE & CO.,
41 n im on rttrMi
, . . ' tnc iirlng Knives ami bd- ors: Lawn
Tinsraiths. Plnmhino, Etc. , ffirW$?2!s&
i and r-tiut ed. Itmg op IW Mutual Tele
(1KO0KKHY and OLA8BWABB. phone any time beforoU a. m. I170tf
Cold Water Faint
Especially Designed . .
For Inside Work on . . .
Factories and Public Buildings
It is it dry powder which c m
nrcimri'd for io by pin
in COLD WAT E it ond can ho im
jiliwl by Hnyono and will ulwnyn pro
duce good work.
It iB V:itY WII1TK. extremely re-
lleelivo and htirdeus on u wall like
It will Uct for year, and if mi
nirected liy gave.
One coat covera better than two
coats of oil paint or whitewash.
It can bo used on any tttirfacu nnd
for nil claBjea of work, even for the
It will not rub, scale or crack, nor
will it Koftnn with age or discolor.
It will not et in tho mixing vcpkcI,
J in fact it improves by standing n lew
It can bo tiicd to good ndvantago
over old whitewash without scraping.
ITDKIE3 0UT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in Imrrclx from UOO
to -100 lbs., also in boxes of 100, fiO
FOR SALE BY
ARems fnr toe HawaiUn Islands
)gf BOSIDGSS !
I am now prepared to
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transact bllRineSS that ll)ay
ho nntiMintixl in mv onn
be entiusttd to my cai c
With promptness nnd dis-
losi from fire. Ileal Estate
properly cared for.
! Henry WaterUOUSe
B&lrX AGAIN TO WORE.
1ST. 1 . BTJnRGKEJSS
tnkgalii irnpnred to repiir Oud-n Hoe,
8iMikIrs, Wuter Tap. et . row Filing
hiuI hII kiiiit.nf TooIb tlmriined. iuchi'l
0 intttut tion of Trial of A M. Mew
ett fur Mlipriiion
Court assoinblo 1 At. 10:15 o'clock.
Tho caso of A. M. Howott was con
tinued. James B. Castle, Colloctor of Cus
toms, was called: Know Charlie
Peterson, the Diamond Head look
out; saw him on Thursday, Jau. .'),
at ray house; in conscquejce of
what no told mo 1 wroto a noto to
Mr. McStockor to communicate to
tho Marshal what Peterson had told
mo; had received tho firnt intima
tion on tho previous night (Wednes
day) from Peterson; did not (rivn
Sauders any orders, noilhtr did I
givo orders to search the Waim.iualo
when she enmo into port.
M. N. Sandiri, Port Surwyor,
sworn, states: Gave orders to search
the Waimanalo ou tho morniui of
January -i; tho search was made
ono or two hours after the steamer
arrived in port; did not assist in tho
search; received orders to search
tho steamer from Mr. McStockor;
search was made at tho now wharf
uoar tho fishmnrket.
George To wnstnd jjavo the samo
ovidenco about tho lauding of arms
as in previous caes; was off Dia
mond Head on Wednesday night,
Jan. i?, a little before 11; saw a boat
and a lanturn signal and wtut back
nnd nicked it up; Kickaid was in
the boat; ho told us that
oai no nun hi uw, iu iuu
not ready; on the following!
i no town
uiuht arms weru lauded; the boat
that we m-t on Wednesday night
showed a lantorn.
F. B. McStockor, Doputy Collec-
tor of Customs, sworn, states: Ro-
ceived a message from Collector of
Customs on Thursday, Jau. 3; in
consequence ot sucu message gavo
orders to tho Port Surveyor to sta
tion a bo'at in tho channel and watch
for the steamer Waimanalo and have
Charles Warrou, sworn, states:
Was at Kauai six months last year;
Nowloiu sent for me iu Septembor
to come to town, a tho Queen was
to bo restored; when I came to town
ho ordered me to sow canvas cart
ridge bells: was sent with Towusend
and parted with him wheu I was
left on tho schooner; was ou the
schooner two days before I saw the
arms, thoy wore in tho hold. (Tho
remainder of Warren's evidence was
materially the same as that given by
! Captain William D&vies, sworn,
states: Was sent by Hickard in the
Waimanalo ami mot
mot tho Schooner
' twenty-five miles off Ilabbit Island;
passed under Diamond
d under Diamond Head on
-t . , .
Wednesday night, and showed no
lights for (ear of being seen by the
signal station man; steamed as far
as Irwiu's place, thon turned back;
put out shore sidelight and Mr,
Hickard came out iu a boat; asked
Rickard how about the signal light,
and he said it was all right, a man
had already been sent there.
W. O. bmith, Attorney-General,
. gave the samo statement as before,
I namely, that tho Government know
I nothing of the uprising until lato
! Sunday afternoon, Jau. (
I Recess to 2 o'clock.
Court re-assombled at 2:10 o'clock.
Thomas Lishman, sworn, states:
Was with Hewett when ho went to
'nt.imnml ITitnil lnnbnnl alnfln. nn
Thursday, Jau. 8; llewett knocked
' at tho door of Charlie Putorson's
hovm. Peterson raised tho window
aaii Hewett "nid "Halloo, old boy,"
j and wuigporcd aomothinK jn his oar;
, thon wo loft; did not hear anythiug
. nlinnl. Ilia titnitl.,r Wniltintinlr. .nil
which way bIio was coming; he had
diuner with mo that oveuiug.
A. M. llewett, sworn, states: Did
not know of auy movement or con
spiracy to overthrow tho Govern
ment aud restore tho monarchy; first
heard of uprising on the Monday
morning when I was coining down
town ou tho tramcar;! was sick all day
Sunday, Jau. (i; before the outbreak
knew nothing about men being mus
tered iu ana enlisted for tho pur
pose of levying war against tho gov
ernment; between Christmas and
Now Year's worked steadily; worked
on New Year's day at W. S. Luce's
Btore until Wednesday morning at 3
o'clock; ou Thursday evening had
lunch at Lishman's; afterward Lish
man and I weut out on horseback to
Diamond Head lookout; I knocked
at tho door and Charlio Peterson
looked out of
iuumvi uiik ui mu niuuunj iiu anaun
who I was and 1 told him it was
the window: ho asked
Hnwett; he opened the door and said
he could not invito us in, as tho girl'
was aslet'p; w then came away; as
wo wore coming away ho asked mo
which way the steamer was coming: )
don't know what steamer he alluded
Cros examination Havo known
W. II. llirkanl eleven years since
meeting him at Kukuihaele; gavo
Peterson the Christmas present of
$2fl0 on Dee. 22 on Urewer's wharf;
went out to Potorson's on that
Thursday to see if ho had begun
work on a kitchen he had been tolu
,to add to his house, as requested by
tho merchants who contributed to
ward his Christina box; 1 havo been
collecting and rauvassiug for money
for Peterson's Christmas box every
year for the past eight years; my
iiiforeuce is that tho steamer he al
luded to when he sang out to im s
I w.is leaving was one on tho ) i
had given him as liable to co .j to
F. 13. McStockor, sworn, states:
Havo known llewett nearly twelve
years; his reputation for truth and
veracity is rather bad: he is addicted
to stretching the truth.
W. II. Hoogs, sworn, Btates: Havo
known llewett for 1U years; his re
putation for truth and veracity is
KNOWS NOTHINO ABOUT IT.
8preckej, Dooe Not Know What His
San Francisco, Cat., Fb. 8. Sugar
Millionaire Claus Spreckels said to-
(Uy that he had no means of know-
iu how far his younger son, Ku-
dolph, had allowed himself to be
drawn into tho Hawaiian conspiracy.
"I Rave Rudolph and Gus each
SGOU last year. Thoy are wild boys
who lived at homo very little, and
siuco they got the money I have
seen little of them. It may be Bu
dolph was flattered by tho doa of
backing the revolution, but it was a
poor business venture, as thero was
everything to lose and vory littlo to
gain. My ordors to all my agents
on tho islands have been to keep
Tho amount JGOO is probably a
misprint. More likely .fGOO.OOO.
HAWAIIAN BONO ABROAD.
I OrmMnatlnn of TJatlvo Singers find
ti. ,,.,. ,. R..mn
The Hawaiian male Biugers who
gave exhibitions at the World's Fair,
Chicago, will leave again for a tour
abroad ou tho S. S. Arawa duo here
from tint Cnlonii.R on Murnli 7 mi
. her way to San Francisco. Tho b-iys
have beou eugaged by R. 11. Foster
and will go direct to Boston, whero
they will be ioini!d by tho hula
dancers who have returned from
Germany. Thoy will bo absent sev
eral mouths. Tho vocalists are John
M. Bright, East Kalnilu, John Ed
wards aud B. II. Jones.
Tools of Two Grafts.
i The Atlanta Constitution chroni
cles a uew illustration of that fine
I saying of an aueiont philosopher:
I "Man was boru for mutual assist
' auco." Tho incident must havo oc
curred in a rural town. A customer
' outers the barber shop. "How soon
can you cut my hair?" ho asks ot tho
proprietor, who, for aught that ap
pears, may havo been reading tho
Constitution. "John," says tho
, barber, addressing the boy, "run over
and toll tho editor that I should like
my scissors if he's got done editin'
1 tho paper. Gentleman waitiii' for
a hair cut."
Road the following extract from a
letter of Clias. M. Uutfeld, of Reed
ley, Fresno Co., Cal.: ''It is with
pleasure I toll you that by ono day's
usoof Chamborlaiu's Cough romedy
I was relieved of a very severo cold.
1 My lioad was completely stopped up
and I could not tlnep at night. 1
can recommend this reined'." A
cold nearly alwaysxtarts in the head
and afterwards extends to the throat
and lungs. By using this romedy
freely as soon as the cold has been
contracted it will cure tho cold at
ouce and prevent it from extending
to tho limes. For sale by all dealers.
I Benson, Smith fi Co., agents for the
i xjbmcuii, o nil ill v '