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Established July 2, 185.
VOIi. XXI.. -NO. 3925.
HOOIiXJIiU. HAWAIIAN ISIaAMS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1895.
PRICE: 5 CENTS.
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G. BREWER k CO., LIMITED
Qaeen Street, Honolulu, B. I.
AGENTS FOR
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Onomea
8uar Co., Honomu Bugar Co., Wailoku
Bugar Co . , Waihee Sugar Co., Makee
Bazar Co., Baleakala Ranch Co., Kapa
pala Ranch.
Planters' line Ban Francisco Packets.
Chas. Brewer & Co.'a Line of Boston
Packets.
Agents Boston Board of Underwriters.
Agents Philadelphia Board of Under
writers. LIST or orriCERSt
P. C. Jokxs President
Uxo. H. Robkbt8os Manager
J5. P- Bishop Tree, and Secy.
CoL. W. P. AT,i.K7f....t Auditor
O. M. Cooes )
H. Watxbhousb . . . ... Directors
0. L. Cabtxb )
THE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT
A2D-
INVESTMENT COMPANY,
nos OLULU, H. I.
Ilave Safe Deposit Boxes of various sizes
to rent by the month or year.
Stocks and Bonis Bought and Sold
AGKKT8 FOB
San Insurance Office of London.
AGxsrrs FOB
Great Northern Railway. Ticket
Sold to All Points.
AGEXT8 FOB
The Hawaiian Lnd and Improve
ment Company (Limited).
Some of the finest Coffee and Fruit
Land on the Ip lan da for sale upon very
favorable terms. 3878-tf
The Hawaiian Investment Co,
REAL ESTATE
-AND-
LCXAJSTS.
FOIi SALE.
Desirable Property in all parts of the
City.
Four Houses on Punchbowl street at
A bargain.
A 4-acre Lot at Makiki.
Lots 4 and 5, Block 25, Pearl
City.
A2)-acre Lot at Kalihi.
Residence at Kalihi with barn, pig
pens and chicken coop, 120x10; suitable
for a Chicken Ranch.
13 and 15 Kaahmanu Street
Telephone 639. Near Postoffice.
Castle & Cooke L'd.
LIFE AND FIRE
AGENTS FORI
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
Life Insnrance Company
OP BOSTON.
iBtna Fire Insurance Company
OF HARTFORD.
HONOLULU
CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY !
W.W.WRIGHT, - Proprietor.
Carriage : Builder
AD REPAIEEE.
All orders from the other islands
fa the Carriage Building, Trimming and
Painting lane, will meet with prompt
ttention.
CCTP. O. BOX 321.
HQS, 128 AND 130 FORT STREET
Massage.
INSDIiANCE
AGENTS
M thlt .?iL,0ULD ANNOUNCE
beTol tL'S?,,?111 attend limited num
mW? Address at H. M.
i. nitnay e. King bU Telephone 75.
Ousiutss Car lis.
DR. R. I. MOORE
DTCISTTIST,
Q2st: Ariirton Cottg0, Hotel tnt
X-TOffice hours : 9 a. w. to 12 m.
and 1 r. m. to 4 p. if. 3860-lm
M. E. Grossman, D.D.S.
O 1ST TISTi
53 flOTiL 3Tam.
rOrTtcm Hora 9t.K.io4f. u.
S. NISHIMURA, .
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
DEALER IN
Japanese Provisions, Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods, Etc.
ritlCE VEICY MODERATE.
Foster Block, Nuuanu Street:
New Goods
A FINE ASSORTMENT.
TILES FOR FLOORS!
And for Decorating Purposes;
MATTHfO OF ALL KlKD8, "
Majola Cigars.
WING WO CHAN iV CO.
No. Sta Kuaanu tim 1.
2651-q
F. W. MAKINNEY,
TYPEWRITER,
Conveyancer and Searcher of Records
FIRE. LIFE AND
Accident : Insurance.
All kinds of Typewriting done, promptly,
cheaply and accurately.
ALSO
GENERAL COLLECTOR.
gSTomcg: 318 fobt stbsct 3848-tf
WM. L. PETERSON,
Notary Pnblic, -: Typewriter
AND COLLECTOR.
Oftzck: Over Bishop & Co.'sBank.
3818-y .
DR. J. UCHDDA,
Physician and Surgeon.
No. 5, KUKU1 LANE.
Office Hours: 8 to 12 a. m. and
2 to 8 p. m.
Mutual Tel. 532.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.,
Stoam Engines,
Boilers, Nag-ar Xfllla, Cooler. JTr
and JLead Caatlarm,
And machinery of every description made
to order. Particular attention paid to
ships' blacksmithing. Job work excuted
on the shortest notic.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Successors to Lowers & Dickson.
Importers and Dealers in Lumber
And all Kinds of Building Materials.
NO. 83 FORT STREET. nOWOLPLU
P.O. Box 3S6.
Mutual Tel. 544.
M-YD COMPANY, LIMITED,
Commission. Merchants
IitPORTEKS AND DEALERS IS
Japanese -:- Provisions
AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
411 KING STREET,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
C7"New Goods by every steamer.
387S-ly
Business (Cariis.
JENNIE L. HILDEBRAND, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician.
HOTEL STREET,
Opposite Y. M. C. A.
X Office hours: 9 tu 12 a. m. and 2
to 4 p. m. Mutual Telephone No. 610.
383 8-3 rn
C. J. WHITNEY,
Teacher of Elocution land Dra
matic Art,
Arlington Hotel.
3884-1 m
8. T. ALEXANDER. S. p. BALDWrN.
ALEXANDER A BALDWIN,
Commission Mercliants
No. 3 California st , 6an Francisco.
EXJ-isl&nd orders promptly filled.
3897-m
A. PERRY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
And Notary Public.
Office: Over Bishop. Bank.
3692-1 y
WILLIAM C. PARKE.
ATTORNEY - AT -LAW
AKD
Agent to tk Aeknotrl.dgManU.
Ornox No. 13 Kaahumanu Btreet. Hone-
1U1U, XI. A.
GONSALVES & CO, ,
Wholesale Grocers and Wine
Merchants. -
225 Queen Street, Honolulu, H. I.
H. MAY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
OS FORT STREET.
Telephones 22. P.O. Box 470.
3450-y
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Cutlery and Glassware
307 Fort Street.
3575-ly
BEAVER SALOON,
FOBT 8TRSET, OFPOBITS WXLDSB A CO.'S
H. J. NOLTE, Iroirietor.
First-class Lunches served with Tea, Cof
fee, Soda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk.
'OPEN FROM 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. M.
Smokers' Reouisites a specialty.
WM. F. THRUM,
SUE VE Y OR.
Room No. 11, Spreckels' Block.
3859-6m
LEWIS & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
111 FORT STREET,
Telephone 240.
P. O. Box 207
CONSOLIDATED
Soda Water Works Company, Limited
Esplu&de, Corner Allen and Fort Sts.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
3710 1558-ly Agents.
II. W. UcCHESNEY & SONS
WHOLESALE GROCERS
ASD DKALXBS IN
Leather and Shoe Findings
HONOLITLU.
AfttfNTS Honolulu Nosp Works Co.,
AUralAO Honoluln Tannery.
H. HACKFELD A CO.,
General Commission Agents
Cor. Fort andlQueen ptp., Honolulu.
T. E. LINDSAY,
Manufacturer ef Katiie Jewelry
DEALER IS
Imported Jewelry,
Gold and Silverware,
Diamonds, Etc.
Just the things suitable for the holidaye.
208 MERCHANT ST.,
Between Fort and Kaahomann streets.
S861-3m
AH OBITUARY OF LOIIG A60,
A Tribute To the Father Of His
Country.
DEATH OK GKOIEGK WA8UINOTON.
A Clipplits Prom the Baltimore Amer
ican, PnblUbed ninety .tlx Tears 4ro
It I Faded With A ge But Otherwise
In Good Condition And entLItc rat ur
OUNTRYMEN
and admirers of
George Washing
toD, of whom there
are many in this
country, will be in
terested in the fol
lowing obituary
notice. It appears
in the Baltimore
American under
date of December
17, 1799, uinety-six years ago. It was
clipped from the paper by Walter H.
Bromley's grandfather. The clipp
ing is yellow with age, bat otherwise
it is well preserved.
TUESDAY, Dec 17, 1799.
'HuKo be the Heavens in klack.7
Of all the dlf agreable engagements
which have devolved on the Editor of
the Amebican, none have ever oc
curred equal to the announciation of
the DEATH of the moft virtuoua
ftatefman, the moft able General, and
the moft inflexible patriot, that ever
dignified human nature;
GEO: WASHINGTON,
the hero, patriot, fage, Is no more.
This amiable character, this virtu
ous ftatefman, this inflexible patriot,
yielded up his pure and uncontam
inated foul, at about eleven - o'clock.
on Saturday night laft; about 24 hours
preceding which, he was feized with a
violent inflammation in the throat,
and expired "without a flgh, without
a groan,' on the following evening.
Oh, reader! a more melancholy,
a more dlf trefflng event never oc
curred to thy country;bereft, in the
trying moment, of One of the greateft
advocates of thy political independ
ence: deprived at one stroke of the in
flexible tyrant, Death, of the admir
ation of - the world, thy grief mutt be
inconfoleable.
By this difpenf ation of Divine Pro
vidence, is the United f tates deprived
of the brightef t f tar that ever illumin
ated its political horizon; by this
demand of the unerring will of Heav
en, is the world deprived of a man
who was the ornament of humanity,
and whofe illuftrious deeds reflected
honor on the author of his creation.
' Oh Washington ! thou hero, patriot,
faee.
' Friend of all climates, pride of every age,
Were thine the laurels which the world
could raife,
" The mighty harvest were penurious
praife."
On this melancholy and diftrefflng
event, the workmen on the Ameri
can claim this day to join in fympa
thy with their fellow-citizens, in con
fequence of which the next number of
this paper will not be publifhed until
Thursday.
K J em me Will Depart.
Carl Klemme was released from
prison yesterday, on the same un
derstanding that others have been.
He will probably leave for San
Francisco tomorrow.
Klemme was formerly captain of
the mounted patrol, and for a time
he made himself very objectionable
to his superiors. He was at the
head of a local political organiza
tion that attempted to dictate a
policy for the Government to carry
out. They failed in the attempt.
Kltmme "was finally dismissed
from the police nd, it is alleged,
joined hands with the rebels. He
wrh anested on a charge of con-
epiracj.
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Bowlti's Favorite Txpreseioa.
A Government official stated last
night that he was not aware that
Minioter Willis had made a request
on behalf of John Bowler. In all
probability, tl.e prisoner will serve
his sentence.
It was Bowler's c ustom to drop
in at Nolte's every dy, previous to
the rebellion, and if anyone was
standing around he would ask:
"Well, what do you think of it
now?" He would consider it sar
casm, if be was asked the question
now.
JUIIIUS KAAE BEFORE THE COUBT,
Rebels Met at His Residence and
Were Assigned for Duty.
THJtY TOASTED THK IX - QUJEEW.
They All Paid Wahalo" When the Toast
Was Proposed "Witnesses Say that
Kaae Was Present While the Plottlng
Was Uolnc; on Others Say Not.
Junius KaaeTs case was continued
before the Military Commission yes
terday. Lawyer Neumann occupied
the counsel's desk and the usual ob
jections were prepared and introduced
without delay. The trial proceeded
as usual. The prisoner, on advice of
counsel, deolined to plead and a plea
of not guilty was entered. W; A.
Kinney was appointed by the Judge
Advocate to assist in the prosecution.
Bobert Hakuole Silva was the first
witness : Dive on Fort street, Hono
lulu ; know Kaae; was at his house
Thursday, January 3, 1S95; Lot Lane
told me to go there that night t get
ready to go for the guns; Kaat .;as
WILLIAM B. CASTLE,
Who is rendering valuable assistance to
the Government in securing evidence
and preparing cases for trial before the
Military uourt.
there at a meeting January 2; he
heard the conversation. Lane said
if the guns came on Thursday then we
should be ready to fight the Govern
ment; went to the house that Thurs
day night about 6 o'clock. Lane
brothers and Kaae were there and
later Robert Wilcox came. He went
out and came back about 11 o'clock.
When he came back the second time
he told Lot Lane to pick out six men
to co with him on the boat to the
steamer to tret the cuds. This talk
was in the bedroom of Kaae's house.
Wilcox. Lane boys. Kaae and myself
were the only ones there. Jim Lane
and I were kept outside for a time.
After Wilcox asked for six men, we
went out two or three at a time. John
Lane and I were together. We went
as far as Thomas Square when Jim
Lane came up and told us to
come back. We met Wilcox near
Catholic cemetery. He sent the
others home and took me out
to Bertelmann's where we got a canoe
and went out to the steamer and as
sisted in landincr the arms. Walked
overland to Bertelmann's place arriv
ing about 6 o'clock in the morning.
The next time I saw Kaae was when
I went to his house Saturday evening.
Told to come there by John Lane as
time had come to ficht. We tamed
very freely about our mission. I left
the house about 7 o'clock with Lot
Lane. We went down town and then
to Kahalo. Went out once before on
an errand with Miss Jessie Kaae to
fet a bottle of brandy. Went to John
Ina'a to get some money on a mort
gaged house of Lot Lane's. He wanted
the money to get men to go out to
fight. When we returned with the
brandy the crowd drank it. We drank
to the health of the queen and to our
success in our mission. Mrs. Kaae of
fered the toast. Kaae was there. We
got $30 for the house ; I got $10 and
spent part of it to pay the train car
fare of the boys, and bought shoes for
myself. Lot and I left the house to
gether and went to E. O. Hall's corner
where we separated. I went to Kaa
lawai, cleaned guns and used them to
fight the Government troops.
Cross - examination: Went to
Kaae's house after sunset Saturday,
from my house on Fort street. Went
to the house as I bad been told by Lane
the day before to go there and be
ready. Jim Lane told us on Thursday
that the attempt had been a failure.
Lot Lane said, "If the arms don t
come tonight, come again on Satur
dny. Conversation took place Thurs
day at 9 p. m., I think. Others were
near enough to hear what was said. I
bad been ordered to go to Bertelmann's
the night of the Kakaako affair.
Five of us left the house, leaving
Lot Lane and Kaae there. Mrs. Kaae
was not at the house Thursday night.
Later, Wilcox and I went out to Ber
ttflmann's, and went out and helped
land the arms. Kaae was present
when Wilcox told Lot Lane to pick
six men to go to Walklki. Went to
Kaae's house late Saturday eftercocn
from my place; was alone. Saw on
entering, itaae, Jessie, Jtm,: Willie
ana uqi iane, Charlie vBartow Jsnd
Kuewa. : Left the house about dark to
goto Enaa; nothing was asld of th
arms and orders before wo went to
Ena's. When we trot back the talk
began; Went to EnVs in a hack: lira.
Kaae did the talking there. ,Lot told
Jessie to go and mortgage hli horsa to
his sister; Je&sle got throa $10 gold
pieces. I paid the fare cf tvrelve mtn
out on the tram car. Ch&ng-d my C10
gold piece at a Chinese clothing shop
makai of the'Empire saloon. Satur
day c night I went to Haas's ' house
about dusk and left with Lot Lane be
tween 7 and 8 o'clock. Did not come
back that night. Gave money, to the
boatman about 8 o'clock, after Lot
Lane had left 'me. In .drinking the
toasts Jessie said: "Now we Will drink
to the health of the queen and to the
success of . your expedition." We all
said "iuahalo." When Jessie tmd I
came back from John Ena's we stop
ped at the Bay Horse and I went In
and got one bottle of brandy ; I did
not see Jessie give Lot- Lane any
money. Been before -Commission
once before, in Tom Poole trial. I
told Mr. Kinney-what I knew about
Kaae and what I have said today. I
think it was last Monday. This was
the first time I spoke to anyone
about Kaae. No one present during
the examination. Was told I should
be called as a witness. Charge of
treason was served on me after I had
been examined. No promise of len
iency was made to me for giving testi
mony in this case.
The Commission took the noon re
cess to 1:30.
... AFTERNOON SESSION.
The afternoon session opened at the
usual hour, with Kelilkuewa on the
witness stand. Before his testimony
was over, it became evident that he
had no idea of time. Hls answer, when
asked the time of any. event, was al
ways. "Aohe maopopo.";
item Kuewa:- on Saturday previous
to tbe Sunday of the uprising was at
Kaae's house ; was : asked to go there
by jaae's wire; met me at Marine
street; said, "Lot wants to see you
tnis evening;7' am related on my
mother's side to the Lane's; was
drunk and do not remember much of
anything that took place; many others
were there who drank with me; did
not fight on my way home ; went to
Kaae's again next day; it -was : in the
morning; was sober then; when I ar
rived there they were getting ready to
eat; ate witn- mem; woe a x was
through I' started to go around town
and then went out to Kaalawai ; went
out to get ready for war; fought there,
as was my intention ; while eating,
Jessie Kaae asked me if I was going
out; she said I wouldn't be able to get
back; told her that ' part of it was al-
richt: from what Jpssin oafd T nndpr-
stood that everything was ready at
Kaalawai; when she said,' "out there,"
I understood: what she meant, for I
knew beforehand that Lot Lane and
others were out at Kaalawai; when I
arrived there found Lot; found it just
as Jessie said; got there and could not
get away; the place was guarded and
that is why -I supposed everything
was "paa;" upon arrival they asked
me what the' pass-word was; got near
them and said I knew no pass-word;
they told me and I passed on ; Kaae
was aiso present wnen jonnny Lane
gave me money for car fare. .
Cross-examined: Cannot say what
time in the morning it was when I
was at Kaae's honse; it was morning,
as I say, but am not sure of the hour;
was not drunk then ; am sure of that;
remained at Kaae's house only a little
while after eating on Sunday morn
ing; do not know iust low long I was
there; some time in the afternoon was
when I arrived at tba end of the car
line ; waited in town for the tram car;
went straight from Kaae's house on
Beretania street; thought to get my
money's worth by going down
town to catch the car instead
of going to a closer point;
it was afternoon when I left the car
for Kaalawai; do not know what time
it was when I arrived there; do not
know anything about the time at all;
was drunk on Saturday ; got drunk in
the afternoon and was so during tbe
night; was not .drunk on Sunday
morning; got drunk at a saloon; Kin
ney questioned me a few days ago
and 1 told him all that Jessie Kaae
had said to me; Kinney and Carter
were together a few weeks ago when
I was questioned at the police station;
Kinney asked the questions, which
were about my presence at Kaae's
house; told tbe same thing then that
I have told today; was arrested a good
while ago, for participation in the late
revolt; was taken while at Telegraph
Hill; it was from love of truth that
I made the statement to Kinney; was
not told what would happen if I did
not tell the truth; am very well aware
that I got five years as my punish
ment; all tb conversation took place
after I had received my sentence; do
not remember how long ago my trial
took place.
Charles Bartow: Was at Kaae's
house previous to Sunday of uprising;
remember wnat took place there;
bottle of liquor was brought in: was
asked to drink; politics were discussed
after Jessie Kaae came in; after
that our tumblers were tilled; Jetsifl
roposed the health of the queen and
ot Lane said, "Here's to our victory;"
a toast was made ("Forward with vic
tory") by either Kaae or his wife; do
not remember now which one it was ;
about four of us went out of the house
together: Kaae told us not to co to
gether whenVe got nesr Waiklki;
advised us to go singly; louowed nis
advice; Jim Lane and I went on first
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