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VOL. IX. NO. 127(1.
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THE LAST DAY.
Alex Smith tho Last Man for Trial I
by Military Commission. '
Th Court did not nssemblu until
Alex. Smith win tho pri.onor
broufjhl in for trinl. Ilti was arrest- '
ed nt his homo in Kaputikolo, and ,
had not taken active part in tho late '
upriMnt,'. The prisoner was a little
hard of hearing, requiring Interpre
ter Wilcox to sit clopo to him.
JihIko Advocate Kobertrnn then '
read tho charge and ppecifieations
preferred against Alex. Smith. Ho
is charged with misprision of trea
sou. Tho prisoner pleaded guilty
to both specifications and charge. '
When asked if ho desired to make
any statement he answered iu tho
Tho Judge Advocate stated tlint
some lime previous to the uprising
tho accused know of Sam Xowloiu's
plaus, assisted iu procuring men,
aud w is to be tho leader of squad at
the Fisliuinrket. On tho night of
tho Kakaako aitair a number of men
asouibled at the house of tho ac
cusal near the Fish markot. awaiting
'the arrival of tho arms. Tho mon
stayed there until Nowlnlu arrived
and told them that the scheme had
been disclosed to tho notice aud
it could not come otT. Ho did not
go to Diamond Head on Sunday.
H, however, carried the guilty
knowledge for several days. It may
bo stated that the accused was with
1 Wilcox in tlm insurrection of 18SD,
aud may be placed in the same clas
as Kaimimoku, who was ou trial a
few days ago. The accused is a
, hard-working man and, although tho
case is nut a very severe one, he
should be dealt with accordingly.
In conclusion the Judge Advocate
I said it was tho last name on tho roll
and this was the last case to be tried
before the Commission.
Col. Whiting anununced the case
closed and cleared the Court until
10 o'clock Monday morning, when,
if nothing came up, tho Commission
would adjourn sine die.
THE STAND HE TAKES
Mr. Kaulukou Detlnea His Position
Johu Lot Kaulukou, the well
known native lawyer, member of
former legislature?, ex Postmaster
General aud ex-Marshal, has taken
notice of the fact that he was scant
ily reported iu his speeches at the
mooting of the Hawaiian Annexation
League the other evening. Ife
knows aud admits that the slight
was not intentional, but duo to the
fact that he spoke iu Hawaiian with
out au interpreter.
Mr. Kaulukou said this morniutr
that he did not liko to see tho Ha
! Sifl? "r be,DB
"The United States want these
. islands," iaid he. "They have al
I ways wanted them. Have they not
I said that they will allow no other
country to interfere with these isl
1 ands! Wo are not boggars when
they want to own tho islands.
'Very few Hawaiians will join this
Anuexatiou League after it has said
1 it will not insist 011 tho condition of
tho country's being annexed ai a
state or as a territory. Uuless that
couditiou is put in, wo cannot ox
I plain to the natives the benefits of
"Whon martial law is over we can
hold mass meetiugs nud explain an
nexation to tho natives. But, as I
say, tho natives will not accept tho
scheme excepting it is for state or
territorial government. They will
uot join this League. I will not at
tend its meetiiiKS anv moro after its
action on this quostiou.
"If tho natives caunot tret aunoxn-
tion of tho islauds as a state or a
territory, every man of them would
sign a petition to bo annexed to tho
I British Umpire."
Tho following mon arrested on
' suspicion of having been connected
1 with tho la'o trouble were released
yesterday: JJd. NorrK IS. 11. Thorna.
Geo. Lycurgus, Ciptaiu Koss, I .1.
Testa, A. Fernaudez, Mrs. Jessie
Kaae, W. Mossinun, II. I)efri"i, J. J(.
PrendergaM, J. .Mitchell, 11. West, C.
Duuwell and J. B. Grant.
Julius Froitas was arrested last
night for assault and battery on his
CRAFTY CBOOK OAUQHT.
Ho Know a Thine or Two About tho
Art ot Burglary.
Jim Kukona, one of the bold'it
nud mot daring burglars, was cap
tured yesterday by Detective Larson
and his assistants. Kukona has serv
ed several terms on tho reef and has
been out of jail about a tnr. He
has been susptcted of having com
mitted several burglaries during tho
time ho has been at liberty, but no
positive proof could bo gained of his
having committed or taken part iu
tho same. 1 11 tho past few days De
tective Lirsen gained sullicient evi
dence to convict Kukona of three
different burglaries and several potty
larcenies. Ho was arrested but no
charge was preferred against him, he
being merely held for investigation.
When searched at the Police Station
a nutshell full of opium was found
iu his pocket.
Kukona is considered to be one of
the adroitest and most daring of his
profession. Ho is known to have
entered houses aud taken only money
from among a lot of jewelry, with
out touching tho latter whiroby he
could be traced.
This morning a Portuguese called
at tho Police Station with a ?10
Confederate greenback. It had been
stolen from him, nud yesterday ho
fouud it iu tho possession ot a
Chinese storekeeper. It had been
given to him to be changed by a
Mower girl. Tho flower girl said it
had been pasted to h-r by Jim Ku
kona. ininCtAKY JOTTl.VIt
Account ot Ouardian ot Long Minor
F. A. Schaefer, guardian of the
miuor children of the late Charles
' A. Long, has rendered his annual ac
' count, showing receipts of .510,'.13S (8,
expenditures of .fSJWl 20, which leaves
a balance of $11)07.42 to the credit of
the two miuor children. Several of
the otiginal minors camo of ago bo
foro the pant year's accounts began.
M. C. Btiley vs. J. S. Bailey, as
sumpsit for $109.25, jury waived, was
heard by Judge Cooper to day. Tho
Court fouud iu favor of plaintiff" for
121.!!."), plaiutiff to pay costs. A. G.
Correa for plaintiff; defendant iu
person. Tho suit was for money
paid aud lent, aud wages due. De
fendant makes woven wtro mattresses.
B. Freimann has been adjudicated
bankrupt, oil h'u own petition for
$77ii or thereabouts.
It Had Boon Too Long in tho Wntor
to Rotnln Its Virtuo.
Tho tiu case containing 100 half
pound tins of opium found in the bay
ou Feb. 7 by a number of boys and
turned over to Customs OlMcer Geo.
Wilson was destroyed this morning.
Tho tins wore leaking and tho stuff
was no good. Port Surveyor San
ders threw the eutiro outfit into tho
furnace of the Honolulu Planing
Mills nud watched it until it had
been entirely consumed. Tho vol
umo ot smoke emitted from the
smokestack was black for a few min
utes. How to Curo Rhoumatlbm.
Aiiaoo, Coos Co., Orkoon, Nov. 10,
189.'J. I wish to inform you of tho
great good Chamberlain's Pain Balm
' lias dono my wife. She has been
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arms nud hands for six mouths, aud
has tried many remedies prescribed
for that complaint, but fouud no re
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ono bottle of which has completely
cured her. I take pleasure iu recom
mending it for that trouble. Yours
truly, C. A. Billord. 50 cent and
$1.00 bottles. For salo by all dealers.
Honson, Smith A; Co,, ngonts for the
Not to Bo Reorganized.
After tho dismissal of Captain
Larson and four of his men, report
ed in this paper yostordny, tho de
tective force will not bo reorganized
on hu old footing. Instead Marshal
Hitchcock will have certain detec
tives retained under his own con
trol. The Marshal held Captain
Larson's ability iu high esteem, but
a strong combination forced his retirement.