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VOL. IX. NO. 1204.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, FE1JRUARY 15, 1895.
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TRIAL OF TWENTY-F1VP.
Men Claiming to Hava. Bjen
Conscripted by Rtbn
CaS- GiD8 tl A' JMllfct'lon b the Jrlillla'y i
Court ro-convnued at 1:15 o'clock.
For tho Sefonso.
Koliort Wilcox, ftworn, stales:
Don't remomher seeing lloui at Dia
mond Head, during shooting with
J. V. Bipikann, sworn, staU: Did
not seo Boni at Kaalawai.
Ioela, sworn, states: Went to Kaa-1
lawai with Hoopii Kaliloa; did uot
see him do any shootinir; orders '
wero given by Charles Warren to I
shoot anyouo at tempting to leavo
tho place; don't know whether any
body left tho place.
Funalua, sworn, states: Saw Hoo-
Eii Kaliloa at Kaalawai on Suuday;
o was armed.
H. C. Ulukou, sworn, states: Saw
Paulo Hokii at Kaalawai with a gun.
prisoner should know best himself
why he went there; Charles Warren
gave accused a gun; after men wero
armed Warren said no one would be
allowed to leave: if anv attomnted
j to do so they would bo shot. Wit-
ness did not remember seeing Kaa
uaana at Kaalawai; ho might havo
J been there, but ho did not seo him.
Kamuku, sworn, states: Saw
Paulo Hokii at Kaalawai; ho was
H. Bnoka, sworn, states: Did not
sea Kaanaana at Kahala; Charles
Warren distributed guns, and warn
ed men who attempted to leavo tho
Kini J. Mahoo desired to make a
I statement: He would toll tho Court
the same story as told Mr. Itohert-
son; went out to Kaalawai ou Sun
day to look at a place owned by Sam
Dwight, a relative; knew nothing of
what was going on out there; when
out near Dwight's several armed
men met and compelled mo to go
with them; arriving in camp where
balanro of mon woro Lot Lano com
pelled mo to take gun; remained at
Kaalawai until Monday; did not
know how to handle a guu or fire a
single shot; did uot incite others as
charged in other specification.
To Judgo Whiting Am 20 years
old; work in lumbor yard; gave my
self up at police station week after
fight at Diamoud Head; have fathor
and mother alive; willing to swear
statement is true.
Cross-examination Was kept in
houso with white prisouers uuder
guard; was uot allowed to go out
side evou for natural purposes, ex
cept with a guard; never asked Lot
Lane to allow me to go.
James Kanoho afterwards desirod
to make a statement: Wont out to
Kapiolam Park on Suuday after
noon; met three men, who iuvited
mo to go with them to a feast; at a
point uear Telegraph Station saw
lot of mon and arms; was told to
take a gun and stand guard; no one
was allowed go away; gave myself
up in Mauon.
D. Dainieu, sworn, states: Took
part iu uprising unwillingly, being
forced to do so; expected ou roach -ing
Kaalawai to hear a speech from
Judgo Widemnnu; Sam Nowloiu
told mo Widemauu was to make a
report ol his mission abroad in the
interest of Liliuokalani; was given
a gun and told I could uot loave tho
placo; canvassed tho town two
mouths before uprising to get sig
natures for "Aloha Aiiia," and got
17 uamos; was with Wilcox when ho
crossed Xuiiauu; was arrested at
Herman K. Knniiv, "worn, stales:
Was at Kaalawaij went out to a
luati; was force to carry a gun;
could uot leave if wanted lo: took
active part in tho fight with thu i
government troops i
S. K. Kauc, counsel for AUx L'a-'
hau, lilcil a stntumunt at thin stago j
from his cliunt. l'ahau was a-ku(l
to ro to Kaalnw.ii; was forced to r- '
tnaiu thoro, buiiiKthroatonod. with a
Kun;was handud riilo and a btlt" of '
cartridfros; cscapud Montlny to tho I
houso of Mouki and romained until
Mouki (w.) sworn, states: l'ahau
was at my iiouso until Wednesday; '
ho catuo thoro ou Monday; live at ,
At 1:13 o'clock S. K. Kano arguod i
for his cliout, Pahau, tho ouly ouo
tho crowd roprosonted by couu-'
At 5:15 o'clock tho Court adjourn
ed till 9:.')0 o'clock Friday morning.
Ono Louo Fisherman Triod lor Mis- ,
prislon of Treason. '
(Court convened at 9:IK) o'clock.
Kaimimokti was tho only prisouor
brought before tho Commission.
Kaimimokti is a fisherman aud pod-'
lor at tho Pishmarkot. Ho had no i
objection to the persouuol of tho '
Commission. Tho charge of mis-'
prisiou of treason was read and in
terpreted to him. Tho accused
plnaded guiltj to tho charge aud
specifications, aud did not desiro to
raako auy Btata mout. lie desired uo
Judgo Advocate Robertson desired
to mako a few remarks iu connection
with tho case. Kaimimokti lived at
Iwilei. Ou Sunday, Jan. J, the ac
cused went to Kaalawai about noon
and saw the guns there, He return
ed to town about 2 or !3 o'clock in
tho afternoon and failed to notify
tho authorities abcut .what he bad
seen. As to his character thu Judgo
Advocate would state that defend
ant was of industrious habit, being
employed at tho Pishmarkot. There
was unfortunately ono bad trait in
his character. That was his aillila
tiou with revolutions. Ho was pro
minent in the Wilcox revolution of
The accused acquiseed iu all that
was said by tho Judge Advocate,
saying it was correct.
Tho Court cleared for tho day at
10 o'clock, ouiiiL' to there boinu uo
business ready for them. A secret
session is being held. Court will
convene at UriJO o'clock to-morrow.
They Oot Oigara.
Marshal Hitchcoak recently ro-'
ceived S12 from residents in Kau,
Hawaii, to bo distributed among tho
members of tho native polive. Tho
Marshal could not think of any way
of distributing tho money and final
ly decided to "treat" the police. He I
accordingly Bpout tho mouoy by pur
chasing 100 cigars which were haud
od around amongst tho "foorce."
The polico appreciate the gift.
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the Hawaiian Islands.
Sixty Miles of 8olid Iron.
A railway which tho Gormaus have
built iu Asia Minor, extending from
Ismid, a harbor about sixty miles
east of Conotantinoplo oast by south
to Angora, has as littlo wood in it
perhaps as any in the world. Not
only tho rails and bridges, but tho
ties aud telegraph poles are of irou.
I Frleonera Discharged.
I Tho following is a list of tho na
tive prisoners released yostorday:
Aulia, Analuhi, Alapai, Oabriol,
I Haui, John Inch, Johnny, Kanuapu,
I Kuna, Kino, Kaalia Hiram, Kahoa,
! Kalili, Kaka, K. Kiakahi, Olohia,
Puoo, Papoho, Walia G. O. Kipa.
At Williams' Studio are to be seen
! Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
! Slides for lecture by the net or
' " mot art jorrrr.'f.
Division Sa o of Property Now
Iu the case of E. K. NahnnlelBn el.
al. vs. Kaaahu ot al., loane, a minor,
by S. K. Kalal, his guardian, by J.
H. Barenabn, attorney, has filed an
auswer to the amended bill for par
tition, admitting tho allegations of
tho Ifill in goueral aud saying that a
division of the promises is not prac
ticable, aud that tho whole premises
should bo sold at public auction,
the proceeds to be divided among
all parties according to their respec
S. K. Aki, guardiau of Joseph Ka
loio, a minor, submits his annual ac
count Ho received $131 and paid
5121M0, leaving a balance of ,?J.(J0 to
C. H. Bishop, temporary adminis
trator of tho estate of Kobachi, a
dead merchant of Lihuo, Kauai, has
filed au inventory showing tho estate
to bo worth .i)6.r 89.
A uuauiuious opinion of thu Su
preme Court, by Justice Bickerton,
has been rendered iu Itopublio of
Hawaii vs. Pahia, Kauiku, Hilo, Ki
niona, Kukoua aud Isaac Adams, as
sault and battery with n weapon.
The jury fouud a verdict of guilty
against tho defendant Kauiku and
ono of not guilty iu tho cases of the
other five defendants. A motion for
a uow trial iu thu ca;u of Kauiku
was argued aud over-ruled iu tho
Circuit Court, aud tho matter came
baforu the Supremo Couit ou a bill
of exceptions. A now trial is order
ed ou the ground of misconduct of
jurors. It was proved that John
Noble, one of tho jurors, said to the
defendants (presumably during re
coss) at tho courthouse, while tho
case was going ou and before tho
ovidence was ail iu: "One o you is
guilty. Repent ye, for the kingdom
o( heaven la at liMd." Having
granted a new irlal ou tho ground
stated, tho Court considers it un
necessary to paw upon the remain
ing grounds argued, viz.: That ouo
of the jurors was a poundkeeper,
and that another had uot takon the
oath to tho Constitution before the
trial. A. S. Hart well for the prosocu
tiou; C. Brown aud S. K. Kauu for
Judgo Cooper has granted the po
tition of Katherine Scott for pro
bate of tho will of her lato husband,
W. 13. Scott of Koua, Hawaii, ap
pointing horsolf as executrix, accord
ing to tho will, without bond. Tho
property is all loft to tho widow and
her sou, Wallace Evans Scott. Tt
l consists of a leasehold coffee farm
, valuod at $2500 aud personal pro
perty bringing tho aggregate up to
J. A Magoon has been appointed
guardiau of James Love, au alleged
spendthrift, under $2000 bond.
AT THE HUIN.
Peril of a Congregation Survey of
Thoro was a meeting of tho Lattor
Day Saints congregation in Arion
hall tho evening before the roar wall
loll, and while it was trombling uu
der tho breeze. The church leaders
wero occupying tho spot that was
overwhelmed in destruction twelve
Thomas R. Lucas, builder. assisted
y E. Hingley, is holding a survey
f tho walls of the Opora Houso this
afternoon, with R. S, Scrimgeour as
cleric, l no survey is lor tho under
writers. Nothiug was found wrong
with tho frout and side walls except
ing a slight crack ovor a ventilator
at the top near tho northwest corner.
Thoro woro two pilasters in tho
rear wall that fell, so that the pilas
ters iu thu sido walls aro uot iu
themselves an assurance of safety.
Perhaps tho vent offordod by the
mauv windows will prevent ordinary
wind from blowing tho walls ovor.
Tho Arion hall, partly destroyed
by tho fall of tho wall, was used by
tho Gibson Government as a houso
of free ontertaiumeut for members
of tho Legislature of 1881 who woro
"iu accord," It was satirically dub
bod by tho opposition press, thoro-
, fore, as tho "Govurnmeut hash
house." Tho building was used by
two successive German Arion socie
ties, and often resounded with sougs
of tho Fatherland and typical Gor
man celebrations It was also iu
i much favor with dancing societies.
I Daily HulUMn 60 cenit ptr month.