Hawaiian Gazette, March 1, 1895

Hawaiian Gazette

March 01, 1895

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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 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 boareueflt 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? ;