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Hawaiian Gazette (Newspaper) - March 1, 1895, Honolulu, Hawaii VOL. XXX.. JSO. HONOLULU. H. 1.. FRIDAY. MAKCII 1. ISDJ.-SEM 1-W EEKL Y. WHOLE NO. Hawaiian Gazette, Semi-Weekly HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORfllHG Geo. H. Pazie, Basin tea Manager, Wallace R. Farriugton, Kditor, STJKSCJUI'TION KATKS Fer Per year..................................' Per year, Foreign..................... Payable Invariable In Advance. all communications Hawaiian Gazette Company p, O. Box 0, Honolulu, U. L CARTER K1NNEY, 1858 No- 24 Merchant Street. A. ROSA. yto. 15 K Rouoluln. fj. I. WIX.LIAM C. PARKE, And Agent to take Acknowledgments. KAAHUJUNIJ STBEE, 1893 I- __ 1 W- R- CASTLE, And Notary Puollc. Attends all the Courts of 1356 the Kingdom. y J. MAGOON. Mtorney and Counselor At Law. 42 Merchant Street, Honoinln, H. I. '843 ______________ ______ i c CO. King and Bethel Streets, Honolulu, H. 1., Importers and CommUsion Merchants, 1858 ______ BIYMAH BROS.. Importers of General Merohandiie, ----i-norn---- ENGLAND, UBEMAHY AND THE UNITED STATES. No. 58 Quool Street. Honolulu.H.I. BROTHERS. Commission Merchants, 20B Front Street, San Francisco. Particalar attention paid to filling and sh pping 1J78 Island orders.______? F. A. SCHAEFEK A CO. Commission Wire's. 1866 Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. y H. CO.. General Commission Agents, 1856 Queen Strect.Honoluln, H. O. W. MACTABJUAJTE CO., Importers and Commission Merchants, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, -----ASBHTS FOB----- ttlnlees, Watson Co., Scotland Street Iron Works, Glasgow. John Fowler Co., (Leeds) Limited Steam Plow 1856 and ly_ TTHEO. M DAVBES Co.. Importers and Commission iterchanU, AHB A8SHT8 FOE Co. Lloyd's and the British and Foreijrn Marine Insurance IKt And Northern Agsanmee Company. WILLIAM 0. SMITH, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 66 Fort Street, Honoinln. H. W. SCHMIDT SONS, Honolulu. Mfi. W. F. ALLEN, HAS AN OFFICE OVKB MESSB8. BIBHOP i of Merchant and Kmnnmann he will be plnased to attend to any entrusted to him. 1356-6m C. HtTSTACE, (Formerly with B. P. Bolles i Co.) Wholesale and Retail Grocer, 111 King Street, under Harmony Hall. Family, Plantation, and Shlnn' Stores flnp- plled at short notice. New Goodn by every n learner. Order? irom the other Islands falth- f nlly executed. 1858 TKLRPTlOffE UO M. BBRO. Grocery, Feed Store and Bakery. Corner King and Fort Streets, 1360 Honnlnlr H. I 7 THE WJSTERN AKTD HAWAIIAU Investment Comnanv (I.lmlton Money loaned for lonij o, mnn porlodc. ON APPROVED SECURITY. Apj.ly to W W H M.I., Manner r. OfTlro Mlnfk l-rir1 J- 1 7 w B n n> a-: TO., Crnrrnf Fort r.nd CJaoon Hleots llonni.i.t. mbor, P Kt-uH, Bull a Building Hitorla, T kind f LI ill Tfi j Importoro and Dealers in Hardware, 1'luwa, l-nin'.K, Oils and Uetiura JHurclmuUlpe. -OKKICKKS 111111 ............1'rerid.'i.l and Manager .Secretary at'd Trwaeurui Gathering of Is U W a Happy Sixteen at Hilo. y au reasurer Wm K Allen Auditor Thoe May and T W liobruu Directors I 1356 Corner Fort und Kint y U. LEWEKK. T J U'ttHET C. M.CXMIKE. D, K W K N MruU- ut Cocoanui Caught lu a licit Social Clubs, Pleaa- and Wedding AiinlvurMarlee ether <5oort Newe. Post Box 1SS6 HAWAIBAN WINE CO. FRANK BROWN, Manager. 28 and 80 Merchant Street, Honolnln, H.I. BISHOP COMPANY. xiv is SB. BANKERS. -----DRAW EXCHANGE ON----- THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA. SAN FRANCISCO -----ADD TBEIB iSEJTTS IK----- New York, Boefcn, Paris AN1 -FHANTORT-O -THE-MAIN.- M.N. Kothschlld Sons London The Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, n London, and Sydney. The Bank of New Zealand in Auckland, C'hrietcbnrch, Dnnedln Wellington. The Hongkong and Shanghai Barking Cor- poration In Honekone ana China; and Yokohama, Hlopo, and Japan. The Bank of British Colnmbia In Victoria, Van- conver, Nanalmo, and Westminister, B. C.; and Dortland, Oregon. And the Azores and Madeira Islands. lSS6-y ____ DR. E. W. ANDEESON, SUCCESSOR ro DBS. ANDERSON LUNDY DKNTIST8. Hotel St., Dr.J. Me Grew' APMIMSTKKK Dr. LIEBIG CO Special Doctors for Ohronlo, Pri- vate and Wasting Disease, iDVlgorator the greatest remedy for Seminal LOHH of Manhood and Private Disease, and prepares all for marriage dunes, pleasured and iesi onciblIkies; irii I bottie 0veil or sent free to e-ay one describing symptoms: call or address 400 Geary bt., private en trance 405 M eon at., San Ftancicco THE FAMOBS TOUBIBT ROUTE or THE WIIBLD. IN CONNECTION WITH THE CAN ADIAN-AU8TRALIAN STEAM- SHIP LINE, TICKETS ARE ISSUED To ALL FOISTS IN THE UNITED HTATKS AND CANADA. VIA VlOTORU AND V4N OOU VLB. MODNTtm RESOBTS, Banff Glacier, Mount Stephen and Eraser Canon. In ill jxnntfi in Japan, Ohinn, India und aronnd the world. For Tickets ami fionfrnl Information THEO. H. DAVIES CO., 1'nr'fr On nndifm-AnHrnlicn K S l.mp 1 1 HJLO Feb. Ou the evening of St. Valentine's Day Mr. and Mrs. L. Turner entertained tbe grandmothers and grandfathers of Hilo at a progressive checker game. These venerable "lads aud all dressed in representative grand- motherly and grandfatberly costumes, to the number of sixteen, entered into the spirit of their checker games with a vim that young folks might bd proud of. After the game bad been concluded and the award of nigbt caps and corn cob pipes had been made as prizes, the dear old people in- dulged in a good, old-fashioned lunch, which all enjoyed most heartily. Those present were Mesdames Beed, Hitchcock, Wilhelm, Curtis, Wil- fong, Hutcbirjson, Austin and Messrs. D. ii. Hitchcock, Williams, Barnes, Rose, Furneaux, Hutcbinaon, Dr. Wetmore, Judge Austin. On the morning of the 15th, there was a runaway accident that fortu- nately terminated without nmch seri- ous result. one of Mr. J. B. Wilson's four-horse teams attached to a heavy dray stood on Pitman streeL.tj in front of tbe office of the Hilo Watei- Works, the horses took fright at a tank which was being loaded on the dray. They started off in a hurry, and making a wild rush down Front street, collided with a telephone pole and shivered it into fragments. When the team was caught, It was found that no further damage occurred than tbe break! nir of the pole of the dray. On tbe 16th, a great consternation was created In town when it was learned that a wild steer had gained its freedom from R. A. Lyma1 "s slaughter yarrK and was career? vg about town. He tore through Porter's blacksmith shop and- other places, and started for Waimea. At Wainaku some one word to clear the road as the wild steer was coming. A Japanese laborer on tbe plantation, understanding the order to be that he should stop tbe animal, rushed out in the road aud waved frantically at the steer, when he was suddenly lifted into the air. The steer proceeded as though nothing bad happened, but was soon lassooed by one of the Ly- man hoys. The Japanese waited uniil be wan picked up, when itwasfouod that IUM hack had been strained. The same day, a Japanese employed in the sugar mill at Waiakea was at- tempting to ailjunt a belt on tbe gov- ernor of the engine, when through some carel esstjet-s he was caught by the belt which carries the sugar-hop- pers. Fortuuately the engine was lunningat a very slow speed. His screams attracted the attention of some of the men, and it was found he had a piece ol flesh torn from his fore- arm. The 17th witnessed a "stag picnic" at Cocoauut i.-land, where some thirty or more men gathered to enjoy a chowder feast. Captain Kimball sup- erintended the manufacture of the chowder which all pronounced a grand success. After a further indulgence in barbecued beef anil drinkables all pro- ceeded to have a really good time. The Hilo Social Club had meet- ing at the ret-idenee of O. K. Wilder, where a large number of young folks and a few invited guexts of the mar- ried fraternity, spent a most enjoyable evening. After listening to a nuinlier of muMcal selections on the zither, piano and violin, and some well ren dered vocal selections, all were in- vited to inspect the art gallery. This consisted of a facetious arrangement of simple articles which represented noted paintings. Refreshments were served and dancing indulged in. There was quite a gathering of at residence of Mr. and Mis. E. E. Richards on last Friday evening to celebrate the birthday anni- versary of Mr. Richards. The many guests were entertained with panto- mine performances, charades and tab- leaux for a time, after which "conver- sazione" occupied an hour or so; the gentlemen engaging their partners for the different topics enumerated on their programmes. This bit of diver- sion made the scene a lively one, and when the last topic hud been din- cussted the gathered around the tables and werrorrved with refreshing beverages, wicbes, ruudu-x and the like. Saturday evening, the 'J.dl. wa- tin- scene of a merry puny nt. tlif lionir of Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilson at the occasion being the fir- 1 sary of their wedding Mu-ic, dancing ami refreslmr MI- help make the evening ou-ily. Ills undent! ood that H. r li> nil I'eMln BENSON. HMITH Co. fur H 'rr u'n.r H.- ilv The Military Commission proceeded with the trial of A. M. Hewett Thurs- day morning at Collector-General James B. Castle was the first witness called. He knew Charles Peterson of the lookout sta- tion very well; saw him at his house Thursday, January 3d; inconsequence of what be told me I wrote a note to Mr. McStocker that night containing the information I had received; I did not give any orders about the search of tbe Waimanalo after she came iuto the harbor. Port Surveyor Sanders testified that on the morning of January 3d be caused the steamer Waimanalo to be searched; she was at the flab market wharf; I received instructions to do this from Frank McStocker. George Nowlein first spoke to me of going on to Wai- manalo on December 10th; be told me to go out Nuuanu street where I would meet a man with a horse on which I was to proceed to Waimanalo and watch for a vessel; I went to John Liilii's place; we were watching for tbe schooner for ten days; after the arms bad been landed I reported to Nowlein and he told me to be ready to go on board the steamer Waima nalo; on the Monday before Christ- mas I saw Nowlein; on Friday I lefton the steamer; there were Capt. Davies-, myself and the crew on board; sighted the schooner New Year's day; went on boacd, gave tbe captain bis letter and tbe rifles and ammunition were transferred to the we put in to Rabbit island that flight and re ported, then put to sea; Wednesday we were at sea all day and at nigh came toward the coast; wereofTDia mond Head about 11 o'clock tha night; W. H. Rickard came on boar< aud said things were not ready and we had better go to sea again; all ou board knew what tbe guus were for when we had lauded the guns at Ka hala, I went in and reported to Now- lein Friday morning; made Diamond Head between 12 aud o'clock Thurs- day night; tbe ordinary lights on the steamer were not shown; Rlckarc came on shore at Bertelmann's place. Deputy Collector F B Mcdtocker: Thursday tbe 3'i of January received a message from the Collect or-Geueral in consequence of which I told the Port Surveyor to watch for vessel and search her when she en- tered the harbor; I did not direct the search personally. Charley Warren was at Kauai's and receiving word from Nowlein that tbe qu eueflt of a doubt; gave us a jam at one time that he was tallying freight out of five batches at once. Alfred assisting Mr. Jinney In securing of prisoners; prisoner stated at that time hat be had obtained counsel, and did lot propose to talk he then changed bis mind aud did talk; he spoke vol- untarily after that; no threats were made. W. 8. Luce for the cnown Hewett ever since he came to he islands: should doubt him even under oath. The defense submitted the case on he evidence Judge-Advocate Rob- ertson spoke as folio we: "The stories of the witnewne-. fur the >rosecution must be believed. Kick- ard himself stated to Captain Davies hat a man had been went to the tation for the purpose of ordeiing Jharlie Peterson to omit telephoning be Waimanalo. It ny nocoinei- lence that Hewett reached the signal talion; it was by trinity knowledge, ie mimt have recem-d Information Hid acij-il u i "Mi i! y the id( in lin ii u r .1 _' >re tli.' Court lulled hy the furl n Ilic ('nili tor iw n th n- bus been shown IV'iT-on could not n IIIM statements be- I'lns IH well es'ah- ihut he telephoned reneral and came to next morning for the the aerupcd H and yet vi rv .f r. irt played by i kn iw of tbe ontbrcnk nnd did sur-h knowledge lln- HUlhnril les. "Iheciisc IR plain, .1 I a-U the oiirt for a conviction of well nuii Hi'jour cd i nt I t'n-. morning rSPAPER?
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