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bavo saved me very much iuIu."
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HONOLULU H. 1., MONDAY, JUNE
THE CITIZENS GUAItD.
SceiK-.H tit ItM Kcunlon on Siitur
Tho first gathering of the entire
Citizens' Guard took place nt the
drill shed on Saturday evening last
and was a most pronounced success
in every respect. To say who was
there would fill a column. It is
enough to say that sonic four hun
dred of the bet people in Hono
lulu, from tho President down,
wcro present. President Dole and
his cabinet, tho oHiccrs of the army
and Citizens' Guard, members of
the Executive Councils and Legis
lature, Captain Cochrane of the
Philadelphia and other invited
guests were seated at ono long tablo
in front of the stereopticon, while
the rank and file of the Guard seated
themselves as they pleased. Al
though Captain Murray had cover
ed tho great hall with tables closely
lined together there were but few
vacant beat. It being Saturduv
j evening many members of the
Guard had to work, otherwise the
attendance would have been much
larger. While tho members were
gathering together the Hawaiian
band played a few patriotic airs at
After a few preliminary remarks
by Chairman McStocker the enter
tainment opened with a steteopti
con exhibition by Mr. C. Hedeman,
assisted by Dr. Pratt. Captain C.
I Ilinley acted as lecturer and
kept the audience on the alert with
Tho first Eceno displayed was
that of ex-queen Liliuokalani leav
ing tho legislative hall previous to
proclaiming her new constitution.
Then followed pictures of the Com
mittee of Safety, tho lirbt cabinet
of tho Provisional Government, the
1 discharge of tho ex-queen's guard,'
tho commission sent to Washing
ton and tho Claudinc. Afterwards
come pictures of John L. Stevens
and Captain Wiltse, both of which
were greeted with loud and pro
longed applause, then the old fami
liar warship Boston, and tho rais
ing of tho American flag over tho
government building. A fine picturo
of Commissioner Blount and wife
was received in silence. A picturo
of tho officers of tho Annexation
Club, tho Constitutional Convention
and tho proclamation of the He
public on July '1th followed, then a
series of portraits of President Dolo
and his cabinet, ex-Minister Thurs
ton, Wilcox, Bush, Nowlcin, Mar
shal Hitchcock, Captain McStocker,
P. C. Jones and C. Bolle. After
these come pictures of tho outsido
squads of tho Citizona' Guard con
sisting of Dr. Pratt's, Simonson's,
Pearl City's and the Liliha liillcs,
finishing with Everybody's Squad.
A picturo of the police bquad out
sido the old armory followed and
then in rnpid succession those of
tho six Military Companies, tho
Military Commission and the
Sharp&hooters. Before displaying
a fine poi trait of Ulmrles L. Carter,
Mr. Itipley asked tho audience to
rito as a tribute of respect to hia
memory. Then cumo pictuied of
the city squads of tlio Citizens'
Guards, one of tho warship Phila
delphia and one of its battalion in
i he act of healing the walls of Ka
waiahai) church, 'iho next rop
icientation provoljid roara of
laughter. It portiayed tho Com
ww?!ir: m.9w!QBn .jm
mittee on Caps trying on various
specimens of headgear. Then came
another picture of President Dole
surmounted by the American Eagle
which was received with rounds of
applauo. The word "Refresh
ments" then came on the screen
and rapidly faded into the word
Captain Mm ray, who had charge
of the commissary arrangements, at
once f-ot his department in order,
and tho celerity with which plates
ful of hot smoking and well-cooked
beans, sandwiches of nil kinds and
an assortment of mineral waters
were served around, reflects credit
on his abilities in the line. The
silverware was also much admired.
While these preparations wcro go
ing on P. C. Jones moved that a
vote of thanks bo tendered Messrs.
Hedemann and Pratt for tho excel
lent entertainment they had afford
ed, which was carried unanimously,
and a sextette composed of Messrs.
Wm. Hoogs, C. A. Doyle, C. M.
Cooke, II. F. Wichman, H Oahan
and F. B. McStocker enlivened the
audience with patriotic songs. J ,
When all had eaten their fill
Chairman McStocker called upon
President Dole for a few romarks.
Tho President thanked his hearers
for tho kind nnd enthusiastic man
ner with which ho was greeted with
loud cheers and his few remarks
wore listened to with great interest.
Minister Hatch followed and read
a dipping from a Washington
paper btating that the Hawaiian
oligarchy was on its last legs. ' He
said the present asgcmblago was a
sullicient refutation ofi that and
similar slanders against tho He
public. Captain Cochrane of the Phila
delphia was next called on. Ho
was greeted witli cheers and after
telling a story about a dog which
was a neighbor of President Lin
coln's, delivered an exceedingly in
teresting impromptu address.
Captain Cochrane was followed
by Hon. P. C. Jones, Attorney-General
Smith, Col. McLean, General
Hnrtwell, Mr. Waity of Bishop A
Co.'s bank, Captain Ripley, Mar
shal Hitchcock and Lieutenant
Jones, all of whom made short
speeches which space will not per
mit tho Bulletin to print.
ABOUT THE HALL.
Captain Murray was ubiquitous
and tho harder ho worked the bet
ter he seemed to like it. But thoso
assistants of his would talk during
Tho stereopticon viow of P. C.
Jones was greeted with roars of
laughter. It represented that gen
tleman enjoying at afternoon nap
on tho vci auda at Mnunalua. Mrs.
William Hall got a snap shot at
P. C. Jones created much amuse
ment by detailing his experiences
during tho insurrection as niesbcn
ger boy of tho Nuuanu valley
So.v.o tune ago I was taken sick
with a cramp in tho stomach, fol
lowed by diarrhoea. I took u cou
plotif doses of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera nr.d Diarrhoea Remedy
and was immediately relieved. I
consider it the best medicine hi tho
miuket for all such complaints. I
j have pold tho remedy to others and
every one who uses it speaks highly
of it. J. W. Stiuckleii, Valley
i Center, (Jul. For sale by all tlc.il-
j ers. benson, Smith & Co., Agents
lor the Hawaiian Islands.
PRICE 5 CENTa.
THE SUPREME COUItT.
Arguments in Cupiri'H Case
End. This Morning.
At 10 o'clock this morning Paul
Neumann resumed his argument
beforo tho Supreme Court. Tho
principal points relied on wero that
although tho writ of habeas corpus
was suspended, it suspended no
other of the rights and privileges
guaranteed to the citizen under tho
constitution; that under tho express
tcrilis of the proclamation the
courts were open and such being
the cn."o they had exclusive juris
diction over all crimes, oxcept
tho'c against military law; that
under tho laws of Hawaii or any
wheic else, misprision of treason
was not a crime against military
law except under certain conditions
which do not apply in this case;
that no necessity as required by
tho Constitution existed for the trial
of cases of misprision of treason by
a Military Cpmmission; that under
no circumstances could tho action
of the Commission bo retrospective
or retroactive and that under such
construction of the law Cupid's
offense haying been committed bo
fqro martial law was proclaimed the
court could not have jurisdiction.
At a fow minutes beforo twelve
Mr. Neumann closed his argument,
bufgood naturedly allowed General
Hartwell a few minutes moro on
his side of the case.
.The Chief Justice asked about
briefs nnd Mr. Neumann answered
that his would bo ready to-morrow,
but for the Government, Mr. Thurs
ton 'requested several days. The
Chiof Justice remarked that under
the circumstances .the court could
hardly be expected to decido tho
case within three or four weeks and
adjourned the court sino die.
Having used Chamberlain's
i Cough Remedy in my family and
lounu it to ue a ursi-ciass ariicie, l
take pleasuro in recommending it
to my friends. J. V. Foster, West
port, Cal. For sale by all dealers.
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