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"rn. W. A. 8. HEALS will, on ami
IyJL after this dale, collect nil nccounh
duu Tun Daily Buii.etin Onlce.
Mr. .lo-reph Stuart having lesigncil ou
account ol' ill health.
Daily Bum.1i.tin Office,
Honolulu, April 21th, 1S3X
Ite lailji Hjullciiii,
TUESDAY, APRIL 2-1, 1883.
THIS PAY'S DOINGS.
Excelsior Lculgc, 18.104.22.168'., 7:30.
Bible Class nt Lyceum nt 7 :.'10.
Some time ago two young men at
Ililo, named Caspar and Bennett,
informed on five different persons
for selling liquor without n license.
The eases were all tried on the siimc
clay and two of them were discharg
ed. This caused bud feeling amongst
a certain class of men at Ililo against
these two. They were indicted for
perjury, but were acquitted. Every
species of personal annoyance was
resorted to against them, and the
night before the shooting a notice
headed with a death's head and
cross-bones warning them to leave
the town was posted. They took no
notice of this, and on Wednesday
morning (the 18th), at 1 a.m., five
men broke into the room where they
were sleeping and hauled them out
of bed and began pummelling them.
Caspar got a revolver out of a draw
er about 7 feet away and fired. Two
of the men, R. Douglas and II. B.
Carr, ran away when the firing be
gan. Caspar fired five shots, one of
which hit John McCullum, who died
at G r.M. the same day. Two others
went into Hugh Tennaut (he is like
ly to die), a fourth went right
through C. M. White, teacher of the
Union School. Carr, who was one
of those five fined for selling liquor
without a license, was arrested for
house-breaking. The inquest was to
be held the day the steamer left. A
public meeting was held on Thins
day in the Court House, when reso
lutions were passed to assist the
government olllciuls as much as
possible. No sympathy was express
ed for the foolish men v ho risked
their lives in such a cause. McCul
lum was a Canadian and left $2500
now in Mr. Cartu right's hands. All
the men were well-known in Ililo,
and of general good repute. Caspar
and Bennett have both been arrest
ed, pending the result of the coro
YcBterday afternoon the twehty
thrco Chinamen who were ringleaders
in the so-called riot at Kakaako were
brought up at the Police Coutt. The
Attorney-general appeared for the
prosecution. He did not press for
any punishment and made a long
speech to them of which the follow
ing is the substance : These men
did not understand the law of tins
Kingdom but wherever they were
they must obey the law. They may
have thought they were entitled
to be released but the law
provides aremedy for that. Ho was
afraid that outsiders incited them to
their action. Government had no
wish to be severe. Wo wish them
to know and obey the law. We do
not want people to come here to
wander about and beg. These im
migrants arc not bound to work for
anybody ; but the law compels them
to work for a living, or else go to
gaol. If any of them have means or
money, we have nothing to do with
them. The object in secluding them
was to prevent people enticing them
away. Wo don't want any tiling
similar to the Six Companies of
San Francisco hero. The govern
ment do not proceed further against
them,' but will let them go back to
the depot if they bchavo themselves.
Judge Biekerton then addressed
them, giving them a resume of tho
laws of this country that affected
their present condition, and remind
ing them that they must obey tho
luws of this Kingdom fvliilo they mo
here, lie pointed out that the lavf
were made for all nationalities, and
if their lights were ltif tinged the
Courts would do litem justice. They
must not lake the law into their own
hand. Government claims the right
to inquire if a person lias means ol
support, as wo have laws against
beggars. lie then read the Vagrant
Act to them. The whole of both
addresses was translated by tho in
terpreter. They were then ordered
to be returned to the Depot. An
immense crowd of Chinese listened
to the whole proceedings.
Tho bark Moravian arrived Sun
day, 50 days from New Castle,
N.S.W., with a cargo of coal, con
signed toW. G. Irwin & Co. She had
an extraordinarily rough passage,
heavy gales, &c. j on the 10th day
out, in Int. 31 S long. 172 n. a
heavy sea struck her, carrying away
the bulwarks and sweeping the decks
clean. Heavy seas continually broke
over the vessel. On the 21st day out
'lost a man overboard. From that
heavy gales all along to the equator.
From the equator to Hawaii plea
sant weather. Off Hawaii struck an
The Likclike brought 3,4G5 bags
of sugar, 49 head of cattle, 18 bales
of wool, and 9 bbls molasses.
The Lcbua brought 1,3CG bags
sugar. The Waimanalo brought
100 bags sugar, and the C. R. Bishop
2,9G1 bags sugar, 1-1 bbls molasses,
and 150 sheep.
The bow of the C. R. Bishop was
Tho Jas. Makcc brought 2,000
The Lena Swasy brought 109,070
feet rough redwood, 15,004 feet
rustic, 1 17,885 feet clear redwood,
5,000 feet fancy pickets, 200 R. W.
shingles to Allen & Robertson.
The Moravia brought 1,300 tons
of coal to W. G. Irwin.
The steamer Iwalani will not sail
to-day. She will wait till the broken
shaft of Pahala Plantation is done.
She leaves for Kona, Maalaea and
Kau to-morrow, at 4 p.m.
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEMS.
Why did they put out the lights
on coming to the Waikiki bridge?
On Saturday the
Mai Iras again
hoisted a signal for water, and the
water boat was scut out to her.
Somi: aunoyance was felt on Satur
day night by those in the Y. M. C.
A. building at the howling of a
drunken man going along tho street.
Yestehday at the Supremo Court
in the case of the two men Saxc and
Hiorth brought up for opium
smuggliug a nol. pros, was entered.
On Saturday night two natives
were arrested for being drunk and
smashing up things on board ono of
the schooners in the harbor.
Havb you tried one of those fam
ily Kerosene oil-cans with lock and
key, only to be had at the Nuuattu,
street Grocery Store?
The annual meeting of tho Ladies
Benevolent Society takes place on
Thursday. As there will be an
election of officers a full attendance
Ox Saturday night a good deal of
fitu was had at the Astor House
over the contortions of thoso who
grasped the h-uidles of a snail
' . '
Owixo to want of bpaco our
detailed report of tho Dedicatory
Exeroises at tho opening of the Y.
M, O. A. building is held over till
Six hundred and five, being the
Chinese passengers per Coptic, were
discharged from quarantine yester
day and sent to the Immigration
Depot at Kakaako.
We have been told that boine time
ago, probably over a year, a notice
iu Hawaiian was posted ou tho deli
very window of the Post Oflleo dur
ing the night. It contained a threat
to burn all the plantations on the
islands if the lepers were not releas
ed from Molokai,
The eclipse of the moon on Sun
day morning was plainly visible,
owing to the absence of clouds from
the sky. The titties, as given be
fore, were coriect. Tho eclipse was
only a partial one.
Ox Sunday morning about 1
o'clock a big fire was sccu in the
liinc-fields of P. Isenberg of Lihue
wjiich consumed about ,30 acres of
cane. It is supposed to Tic fouie
person or potions unknown .who set
lire to the field of canes.
Mr.sstts. Dillingham & Co. have
received and are now showing
specimens of flic-proof safes lined
with Magncsn-Calcitc. The test of
the Mngncso-Cnh'itc lining will pro
bably take place this week.
, , .
Late on Saturday nighU on the
occasion of two Chinese being lock
ed up for an affray outside the
Chinese Theatre, King si., in front
of the Station House, was blocked
with Chinamen. The thought im
mediately arose what couldn't they
have done if they had only chosen.
Yestkiid.vy morning, at the Police
Court, Messrs. Kawainui Bros., pro
prietors of the Ko Jlaxcaii Paeuina,
were tried on a charge of libel, in
the 2nd degree, of Mr. Richardson,
Deputy-Sheriff of Wailuku. They
were committed for trial to the Sup
reme Court, offering no defence in
the lower Court.
Sunday morning on Foster's wharf
150 sheep were lauded from the C.
R. Bishop. Some of the men sent
down bj' the butchers for them
handled them very cruelly. They
kicked them down, then tied their
feet together and threw them into
wagons and drays. It is a shame
that the authorities do not interfere
and prevent these cruel actions.
His Majesty visited the Nayczdnik
yesterday, and was well received.
The yards were manned, and Royal
salutes fired on board both tho Lcip
sic and the Nayczdnik. His Ma
jesty was accompanied by, his suite,
Gov. Dotninis, lion. A. S. Cleghorn,
His Ex. W. M. Gibson, and ,Mr. ..
W. Pilugcr, the Russian Consul.
The Royal Hawaiian Band went on
boark the Nav'ezdtlik.
(From Our Own Coi respondent.)
Days of thanksgi"ing and Special
Prayer have been held for the gfts
of Divine Providence in sending
cheap labour to the country. Plant
ers and mills owners arc looking
forward to a reduction of their
balances due in the Quarterly ac
counts and to the prospect of no
interest to pay. The Chiuese them
selves do not like this great influx
of their countrymen "Too muchec
Chinaman no good, no spondee
monec" remarked a celestial store
keeper. The Honokaa Mill, which had
shut down for a week, recommences
grinding to-day. At Paauhau thoy
are still hard at work and obtaining
Weather good, spring bhowcrs
and fine warm' days; everything
looking well and planters prosperous
und blooming. We might sing as
in Olivette :
"Sunshine of life thou art radiant,
'Neath thy sweet influence shadows
I'll lmvo any gems that shine purely,
When once out of debt I can get a fair
(Slightly altered but no matter)
TCC T?annTvkh8auy "
Au Eutcrialuuicnt will bo given at tho
Odd Fellows' Hall, on THURSDAY
Evaning, April 2Uth, at 7;:i0 p.m. Mem
bers of thu Older, Visiting Biothcru and
Ladlct are cordially Invited. 383 3t
HOUSE TO RENT, furnished
for 0 to 8 months. Enriulre on
premises, 83 Horetanln bt,
A PURSE, containing nearly $10,
'Bus Tickets and Postage Stamps.
The finder will be rewarded by return
lug the same to
m at J. W. ROBERTSON & Co.
A CURLS at tho Dress-Making Estab.
rt lishmcnt of
MRS. A. SI. MELLTS,
380 lw 101 Fort Street,
TWO OFFICES, upstair-, in the
building occupied by the under
U07 if J, W. ROBERTSON & Co,
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
A Fine Assortment
For Nnlo Very Low.
Send for full illustrated cnlalougo
A new line of Chandeliers, Plows,
Cultivators, Globular Street Lamps, '
ITcioscno and Lubrlbnting Oils, &c, &c.
The Magneso-Calcitc Fire Proof Safes.
New and Staple Goods from America and England. .
JOSEPH . WBSERflAftS,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
Onice, 27 Merchant street, Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Real Estate Broker in tho Kingdom.
Land and propcrty'for sale in all parts of Honolulu and tho various Islands'.
Houses to lease and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en smito or single, throughout Honolulu. ....
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickcry's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with ',,
18 Chromos; subscription $1.25 per year. Agent for IhcBcst Life
Insurance Company in tho "World.
C-Chnrgcs always moderate. ESTTclephonc No. 172. ' ,
YOTJ DAJS 33TJY
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & TEACHER'S ','.
New XJi'mg" Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
813 1m ' tes-JS Y0TT B01TT BELIEVE IT, JUST TRY IT.
UNION FEED COMPANY-
Is Constantly Receiving1
Fresh Supplies of Hay, Barley, f ....
Oats, Bran, Wheat, Corn, &c.j
Which it offers, Wholesale or Retail,
AT THE LOWEST fWARECET RATES. .
All orders promptly attended to.
E Brig " Hesperian,"
BARRELS OF LIME
GOLDEjV CITY FLOUR,
IJalen ol IIu. j'. ,
BOLLES &,' CO.
for. BALE IIV
April 13. (2(H) BOLLES & CO
California bred; has
been on the Inland a
year and a half; has
been driven In double
Also, Middle and bridle.
CAPT. I. BRAY
"O Jupiter! Try tho Weed."
Only tho very choicest brands aro'Uept.
For Fragrance, Flavour and Fineness,
THEY AR UNEQEUALLED
in this city. A trial -will conyiuco tho
most fcecpticoj. t .
Hi J, NQIiTE, Proprietor
Telephone No. 175.
n tmxa"a r?i qgyw
-Just Opened !
THE NUUANU '
Grocery and House Furnishing
STOKE, . '
111 Nuuanu street, (abovo Bcrctanin.6t.)
HEW QOQDS Imported FSGSB O00OS
AT LOW PRICES'. '
KcroscncOil a specialty.
ESTScc the Family Kerosene Oil Cau.
" with lock faucet; " x -N.B
Goods dolivcrcd free of chave,' '
and.fcatisfaction guaranteed, or roods.
. SUM ly
THE undersigned give notice Hint
they have obtained a Patent for an
Improved fin naco j for the Consumption
of Green Trns.Ii, directly from tlmmill,
and other wet fuel, by mennd of iut'ro'
duciiiK a current of lint air into tuo.fur.
nnce, through hot-air llume-.
This Patent in based upon a Caveat
m. -.'LU'10 V1,'01'101, Department, Oct.
.JOtli, 1883,.aml la superior ttf nil patents V
issued after said date. . I . x Aj
All persons aro warned against" in.
fringing this. Patent; ktiit will bo
brought against any person so doini?.
1 nil particulars may bo obtained of the
undesigned, or of V. G. Irwin &Co,
Agents. p. n, MAKEE,
, . 9- HOSGRAVES,
859 1"' g. HARRISON,,
THE undersigned has sold tho Oil'
Clothing Branch of his business to
Jlcsrs. JMVTaicCltcsncy &Sou, No 43
Thanking tho public- forpasl'llboral"
patronage, I would request for my mic
ccssors u contlnuuuco of tho same.
Mowh 28th, 1683. M" DAJ0Um
TnE undersigned' havn purchased
from M. Davit? his Oil Clpthing '
Business, at .. Bo,iclt a contiminnco of '
tlic generous patrouago received bv 'our
M. W, McCnESNEY & SON, "
rr i i '.' 'No' 43 Queen' street.
Honolulu, MnvcJj 28, 1878 ri)H iqj -