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9W Subjects changed dally at Hait
A Company's, Hotel street. Exhibition
hours; 0 a. m. to 0 r. M. 1252-tf
About the Bomb. Foand at Her
Charles Clark's Reputation for Veracity
Court convened at 10 o'clock.
For tho Prosecution.
Prof. Lyouc, sworn, stntos: Am n
chemist in tho employ of tho l;ov
urnmont; received n bomb on Jan.
10 for examination, at tho hands of
B. Peterson; rtteeivod a part of a
Bimilnr shell yesterday; tho frag
ment (which was exhibited jester
day in Court) is of tho same mate
rial; tho mould is of plaster of paris;
there is no room for doubt that the
piece was cast in tho same mould.
Bort Peterson, sworn, statos:
Know Prof. Lyons; delivered a
bomb similar to that (exhibited) to
Prof. Lyons on Jan. 16, by ordor of
tho marshal; thoy wero brought to
tho marshal's office by Robert
Robert Parker, sworn, states: Saw
bombs at Washington Place; they
were undor ground; found arms and
bombs on the premises and deliverod
them to the marshal; there wore
twonty-ouo bombs besides the arms;
found nouoat any other place.
E. L. Hitchcock, sworn, states:
Delivered that fragment of plaster
of paris to Prof. Lyons yesterday
evening for analysis.
Georgo Towusend, sworn, states:
Was commissioned by Nowlein to
go out to meet a schooner off port
and assisted in landing arms and
ammunition at Ivahala on Thursday
uipht, Jan. 3; reported success of
mission to Nowlein at Washington
Placo; the arms wore usod in the
Charles Warren, sworu, statos:
Was sont with Townsond by Now
lein to land arms and ammunition;
roported success in landing tho same
to Nowlein; tho arms were used in
tho fight on Jan. 6 and 7; tho ox
Quoen resided at Washington Placo
to my knowledge up to the timo of
the lauding of tho arms.
W. O. Smith, sworn, states: Am
Attorney-General; the government
had no knowledge of tho landing of
arms until Sunday afternoon, Jan. C,
when information was recoived that
there wore arms at Bertolmaun's
promises; a search warrant was got
out that oveuing; the government
had no specific knowledge of the
landing of arms, but had heard
rumors that arms wero to bo landed.
Cross-examination There had
boon rumors prior to this that arms
wero to bo landed at Kakaako, but
thero was nothing definite.
The prosecution closed.
Court convened at 1:30 o'clock.
Judgo Advocate Kinney wished to
make a statomeut about tho threats
that a witness yestorday statod had
boon made by him. lie had not
made any threats, but had stated to
tho prisoners what ho had seen and
road in an evening paper.
Alfred W. Cartor corroborated tho
Btatomeut of Mr. Kinney, having
boon present when tho romarks wore
Captain A.N.Tripp, sworn, states:
Know Charles Clark; his reputation
for veracity and truth fulnoss is very
bad; havo known him for years; em
ployed him at Oahu Prison.
W. L. Wilcox. Rwnrn. arntnu. Ifnnm
SMli te.. &
... ,.. j ,a unu, nuuw mill
around tho Palaco and at Washing
ton Placo; pooplo have no faith in
James F. Morgan, sworn, states: i
Havo known Chas. Clark for twenty I
tuuib: jrum Hearsay nis reputation
is bad; heard from people who bad
dealings with him,
Frank Hustaee, sworn, statos:
Havo known Charles Clark for 15 to
20 years; havo heard his reputation
fcr truth and veracity discussed; his
reputation is bad.
Colonel J. H. Soper, sworn, states:
Know Charles Clnrk since 1881; havo
had occasion to hear his reputation
for veracity discussed; it is bad;
think ho would Ho out of it If ho got
into a scrape.
Samuel Nowlein, recalled: Have
known Charles Clark for tho last ton
years; his reputation for truthful
ness is bad.
Cross-examination Clark has as
sisted mo at Washington Placo
voluntarily during tho past two
years; ho was previously employed
at tho Custom Houso.
J. A. Mehrten, Bwom, states: Know
a man by tho name of Charles Clark
who has been hanging around Wash
ington Place; his reputation for
truth or veracity is bad; it would bo
hard to believe him, ovou under oath.
M. P. Robinson, sworn, statos:
Havo known Charles Clark sinco
boy hood ; know on ly ot his reputation
from natural instinct.
D. P. Kellett, sworn, states: Am a
clork with T. H. Davics Si Co.;
Clark's reputation for truthfulness
or veracity is not good; somo havo
said that he's a good follow and
some say he's not to bo relied on.
David Dayton, sworn, states: Have
resided in Houolulti nearly forty
years; havo known Charles Clark
about ten years: his reputation is
rather bad; think ho would lio on
tho stand if there was some induce
ment. C. P. Iaukea, sworn, states: Know
Charles Clark; his reputation for
truthfulness js not very good; would
not believe him ou tho stand if ho
was an interested person.
Cross examination Clark was nu
officer in tho military, in the Customs
Department and in tho Oahu Prison
under the monarchy; bis wife was
maid of honor with the Queen.
C. B. D wight, sworn, states: Havo
known Charles Clark for fifteen
years; have discussed and hoard dis
cussed his reputation as to truthful
ness; it is bad; would uot believe
him undor oath.
Ex-Queoa on th8 stand.
Mrs. Liliuokalaui Domiuis, sword,
states On Sunday afternoon, Jan.
G, took a rido with Joe Hololuho and
Charles Clark; drove up Nuuanu,
aloug Judd, down Liliha street aud
past tho Kamohamoha school; re
turned at 5 o'clock; after returning
wo all went Into tho houso for family
prayer; did not see Charles Clark
agaiu that ovouing; saw Clark again
tho next day; about G o'clock in tho
morning; did not soo him between 7
and 10 o'clock Sunday oveuing; Clark
did not come to me at 7 o'clock that
Sunday eveuingaud tell mo thatNow.
lein had told him that the time for the
movement was ripo aud I did not
tell him I bnnixl it tvnulH lu, m.
cossful; Clark did not come to me at
9 o'clock aud tell mo that soldiery
had surrounded Washington Placo:
kuow Josoph Kaauwai; he is ono of
my retainers; don't rbmombor having
had conversation with Josoph Kaau
wai tho Friday morning previous; ho
did not tell mo that any movement
on the previous night had proved
soldiorB being on tho streets on
Monday morning from somo of my
rotaiuors; don't know whether
guards Btood up all night at my
promises; evor since I retired to
Washington Placo people have signi
fied their desire to stay up nu guard;
bolieve they have done so.
Tho Court retired at this stago of
tho proceedings to deliberate on tho
Croprioty of a question propounded
y Mr. Kinuoy ou cross-examination.
Tho question was, "Did you know
you had an armed forco on your
promises on Thursday aud Sunday
m m m
Goat ns a Smueglor.
Some years ago a tnmo long-haired
goat formed part of the regular crow
of a passonger steamer on Borvicobo
twoon an English port and a con
tinental ono. After a timo the cus
toms authorities discovered that it
wore a falso coat, many sizes too
largo for it. Tho goat's own hair
was clip pod very close; round its
body wero packed cigars, lace, etc.,
and thou tho false coat was skilfully
put on and fastened by hooks and
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