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VOL. 1. NO. 185.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY DECEMBER 23. 1895.
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THE SCHOONER CAPTURED.
tiik ui:Nunrrri si;iv,ki m:aii
WA1ANAK ON NATUltnW.
Nurlr I'onrtccil Iliuulrrd Founda
of Opium on i;turl"Irinll or
tlie Cnpttirc Iter i'H.ufncrr.
Deputy Collector McStocker is
wearing a big foathor in his c.ip
today nnd recoiving tho couRm
tulutions of his many friends
ovor tho success which bus finally
nttondod his efforts to capture tho
strange sohooner and her big
cargo of opium. Tho Bulletin
is also entitled to wear n foather,
for it is tho only pnper in town
that lias givon tho public any in
formation at nil concerning tho
sohooner nnd her movemonts.
Every Horn concerning tho
schooner, her destination, cargo.,
ciptain nnd even the fact that tho
samoorium found onboard was
originally sold by tho Ilawaiinn
Government has beon verified and
is alrondy familiar to roadors of
Tho details of the vessel's oip
turo are as follows: On Saturdny
evening Doputy Sheriff Sholdou
of Wninnno was informed that a
slracge schooner had nnchored off
ivean and landed a passonger.
Sheldon started oil to invostigato
and soon aftor leaving Wnianao
mot the man he was looking for
und pluccd him under arrest. Ho
grtvo the name of O. E. Gale nnd
Bi.id tho schooner wus the Kato
nnd Annio on her xtay to Hong
kong. That tho captain had lost
his reckoning ii nd did not know
exactly whoro ho was, and that bo
wus also short of provisions and
water. Sholdou soon found tho
schooner and hurried back tt the
jhil, from whence ho telephoned
particulars to Marshal Brown.who
in turn notifiod Mr. McStocktr. In
a few minutes tho tug Eleu was
in readinoss and sot out aftor tho
schoonor with Marshal Brown.Mr.
McStocker and a detail of armed
When noar Waianae Sheldon
was met in a boat and taken
aboard as pilot. "When the vicin
ity of tho sohnonor wus reached,
a boat containing Marshal Brown
nnd polico was lowered and in an
hour or so found the schoonor an
chored about a quarter of a mile
from shore. Marshal Brown board
ed her. Only one person wbb on
deck and ho claimed to bo tbo
captain and that his name was
Anderson. Ho said tbo schooner
was tho Henriotta nud that his
vossel was bound for La Paz.Mox
ioo, and that he had put in to tho
islands as ho was short of wator
and provisions. He denied that
ho had any passonger with him
nnd said that ho hnd left Victoria
on November 7th and had sighted
the island of Molokni on Decem
Marshal Brown then signnllod
tho tug and fioui nfturwards tho
schooner was boarded by Doputy
Collector McStockor and Sur
veyor Sanders and moro polico.
Tho vessel's papors woro exam
ined and tho tnunifest showed
part of hor cargo to be forty eases
of drugs. One of these was open
ed una found to contain opium,
whereupon tho schoonor wus seia
od and her captain and crew plac
ed under arrest for bringing con
trub.Mid goods into Hawaiian
waters. Thoso nrrosted in addi
tion to Captain Anderson woro
threo white mon and tho Chinese
cook who gavo tho names of J. II.
Brown, H. W. Whooler, Mike
Connoll and Ho Wai.
Wbon the sohooner was sonrch
od tin abundanco of water and pro
visions was found on board. The
amount and character of the opium
found is idontioul with that ship
pod soiuo numtliH ngo by tho nu
waiinn govommont to It. 1', Itithut
fc Co., tit Victoria, but it had
been repacked in new boxes.
Tho schooner was brought into
port yesterday morning nnd is
lying nt Oco-inic dock in chnrgu
of Customs oflicers. where sho is
tho objoct of much curiosity.
The six d 'fouiliintswi'ro brought
up in the Po'icj Court this morn
ing nnd cli rged with ntmig'tng
As tho Court wits engaged in hear
ing the conspiracy cuso tho m-it-ter
went over until tomorrow.
CE.MKAT. UNIO.M viiuncir.
Fine Service of Sons bjr the Choir
Tho fact that thoro was to be a
speoial song service Sunday morn
ing at Control Union Church hnd
n tendency to bring out a moro
than usually largo number of peo
ple. Tho largest choir that bus
appeared for ovor n your sang tho
service, proving u crodit to them
polvos and tho church. The mu
sic was greatly enhanced by the
violin playing of Mr. Love. A
nutnbor of foIos and solo parts
woro rondorod. No. 4 had solo
parts by Mrs. Warrinor nnd Mi'bs
Axtoll. No. 10 was rendered by
Wm, Hoogs and Mrs. Pnty, and
No. 12 solo by Miss Axtoll. The
gem of tho morning was consider
ed by many to be tho anthem
solos renderod by Mrs. Warrinor
nnd Miss Axtoll. Mits Nettie
Burhuns is a lino organist nud nn
excellent choir loader. Tho in
troduction of other instruments
besides tho ort-an is a regular
practice in the larger cities of
America, nnd many churches
mnko a special fenturo of the
song service. If tho minister's
sermon is powerful enough to set
the music-lovers thinking, th
ambition of the church and pas
tor will be gratified. Following
is the ordorof exercises at Central
Union church yesterday morning:
1. Organ Prelude.
4. Anthom "Sing, O Hoa
vens." B Tours.
5. Scripture roading.
G. Anthom "O Zion.thnt tel
lest glad tidings" Dudley lluck.
7. Soripturo Reading.
10. Anthem "Tho Holy Child"
Harry Rowe Shtlley.
11. Offertory-Messiah. Handel.
14. Prayor and Benediction.
rxt Emm Square.
The program for tho concert
to bo givon at Emma Square this
evoning by tho Hawaiiun band is
1. Overture "Anthony and Cleopa
2. March "The Hand I'lajcd on...I)e Witt
3. Ihtcrmezzo "Caiallerla ltustlca-
4. Selection "Kobln Hood". ...Do Koeu
5. Medley "Plantation Bone" ... CoUrno
0. (lavotte "First KUs" Schubert
7. Wall. "Tyrolean" Zi-llcr
g. March "Liberty Bell...." Sousa
ftaturdnr Klsht'a Concert.
An enthusiastic and delighted
audience listened to the concert
given at tho Y. M. 0. A. hall on
Saturday evening, by Ovido
Musin, aBSistod by Mrs. Musin
and Mr. Soharf. Evory numbor
was oxquisitoly rendered and
hoartily applauded. Honolulu
lovers of good music will seldom
have an opportunity of listening
to such u delightful outcrtaiu
mont, und every scut iu tho hall
ought to bo filled tonight.
St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Tho CliristraaB sorvicos will bo
Tuesday, Christmas Eve; 7:30,
Evemong and Carols,
Wednesday, Christmas Day;
6:30, Holy Communion (Carol);
11:00, Morning Prayer nnd Ser
mon; 12:15, Holy Communion;
3.30, 1'ulo Ahinlii; 7:30, Kvoning
Prayor and Sormon,
iksti.iionv ptti.sKNri: iiy -run
I.nnal I lip Kctond Monte Ciirlo,aint
file SfriiH ol' I'rlro IMixlit nnd
Tho preliminary examination of
Underwood and Sheridan took
place this morning in the District
Court, tho dofenso being ropro
sonted by A. G. M.Eobortson and
tho prosecution by Doputy-Attor-ney-Gonornl
Cooper was also in attondanco.
Paul Noumann was tho first
witnoss. Ho s.iid that Undor
wood called at his ofiico tho luttor
part of Novombor or boginning of
Uecomber, and spoko to him about
acquiring tho Hazoldon property
on Lanni for a colonization schome.
That ho had successfully carried
out a similar schomo at Guatemala.
Sheridan callod at his ofiico and
inquired for Mr. Huzeldeu after
ho saw Underwood, nbout tho
boginning of Docomber. He told
me that ho wanted to see Hazel
den for a dtfiu to purpose That
there nab a syndicnto of sporting
men in tho States who wanted
to acquire tho island of Lnnai
if they could obtain a concession
for carrying on a lottory and turn
Lumi into a sporting placo liko
Monto Carlo, aud hnvo prizefights,
horseraces, etc. He said ho want
ed a concession from tho Quoon
for that purpose, as ho knew it
was of no uso to apply to tbo pre
sent government. He thought
thero would bo no difficulty in
obtaining theso concessions if
thoro was n change of govcrnraont
and tho quoon wus rOBtored. Ho
said that if thoso concessions
could bo obtained and aguaranteo
given thereof that monoy oould bo
obtained to put tho queen back
again, nnd that ho had informa
tion that mon and arms could bo
obtained in San Francisco. Lanai
could bo used as a bnso for tho
landing of supplies and arms and
a descent mado on both onds of
Oahu at once. The propositions
mado were so vague and indefinito
that tho witnoss did not take any
stock in them.
On oross examination Mr. Neu
mann said: His ovidont purposo
was to ascertain if Huvseldon's
consent to tho sohemo and that of
the ex-quoen could bo obtained,
at least I presume from his con
versation that was his object.
Thero was nothing in what ho
suid to indicato that tho sporting
men and gamblers in the United
States had beon consultod. His
proposition was that if the sohomo
worked all tho prize fights and
lottory schemes could be brought
to tho islands and u lot of monoy
F. H. Haysoldon, sworn: I
reside at Lanai. I havo soon
Undorwood before. First saw
him at Hawaiian hotel in latter
part rtf October or oarly part of
JNovember. Uoycamoto me there
with card of Dr. Underwood.
Saw bim thero for five minutes.
Said ho hoard f nas interested in
an islaud und he was gottiug up &
colonization schemo und ho want
ed to see mo about it. I referred
him to Mr. Noumann, my attor
ney, f saw him aftorward about
middlo of November ut Molvenzies'
bouso. I wont to boo him be
cause Mr. Noumann askod mo to.
He stated that ho roprosoutod
Chicago capital for investment
if bo oould bo nllowod certain
priviloges. Ouo of these was to
turn Lanai into a Monto Carlo
and establish a lottory bore. If
that privilege could be obtainod
thero would bo no difficulty in
raising monoy. I told him it was
not possible under the present
government. It would have to
come by ligitilutivu enactment.
Ho said ho didn't woo why tho
ox quoon could nut he restored,
and thought thore was plenty of
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v;iiiini in niu oiiius lying itiio
wlnoli could bo used for that pur
poso if tho ownnis could bo as
sured they would reap any future
ad vantages. 1 have mot a man
who Btiid he ":i Sh rd n, but it
was in the lui !: fie vunndu.
Ho s.iid Im wmh a friend of Mr.
Undorwood and inndi similar
statements to lm Hos:iid monoy
ed men would "dvitieo capital
if the c.iuid get pi;v, ogof, iu ro
turn. Tho change of government
in favor of tho ex queon was to bo
inforred from his onvorsation
but thero was xv thing direct
nbout it. This wnb previous to
Cross - examination. Nothinc
definite concerning tho islaud was
suid. 1 thought they woro gov
ernment agents nnd was very
guarded in my slntements. Thoro
was nothii g definito, no prico of
forrod or anything of that kind.
Uudem-ood, tho Bllegod conspirator.
F. W. Weed, sworn:
soen Sheridan, saw him
store. He introduced himself un
der that name. He commenced
asking mo about politics. Ho
asked mo who would be tho best
people to go to to assist in un up
rising and if I knew auyono who
had nny guns for that purposo.
Ho referred to his partnor and
said thoy iiad come down think
ing they couhl sturt a revolution
here. 1 referred him to Sam
Nowlein as the beet person to go
to. Nowloin was here then. He
came in about 11 week aftor and
tried to borrow monoy for tho
purpose of going to Lanai. Ffe
was not successful in his applica
tion. Ho said that he wanted to
go to Hawaii and that he wus go
ing to tako tho towu of Hilo. Ho
thought it would tako from five to
ton minutes to do it. Ho suid
his name was also Morrow and
that ho was tho one roferred to in
tho Chroniclo of tho 15th of
August. Tho first intorviow was1
four or five weeks ago and I had
an intorviow with Marshal Brown
nbout n week aftor. Did not
look up tho Chroniclo ho referred
Wus prosoouted for couspira-
oy against tho government about
a year ago.
Cross examination Thoro were
about four interviews altogether.
He uskod me how stroug tho gov
ernment waB, and if I know where
thoro woro any guns to bo hud.
Told him the government wiib
strong enough to take c.tro of it
solf and that I did not know
anything about guns. Two ladios
o.tmo in during the conversation,
and tho boy who works in the
htoro was there. Tho next timo
ho oiruo was two days after. Ho
wanted me to give him references
to likely poople who would ussist
him. Ho asked mo for a lotter
of introduction to Paul Neumann
which I refused, but I did adviso
him to soo Sam Nowloin. Those
throo iuterviows wore all iu one
wook. Saw him wgain tho follow
ing Tuesday when he triod to nogo
tiato the loan, Hnvo not Been
Dr. Tuokor sworn Havo resid
ed in Honolulu since November
4th. Am acquainted with both
dofciuliinlH. Siw thoin first in San
Francisco on board tho bark Wil
Continiud on tltS jmge,