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THURSDAY, SEPT. 27, 1883.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
lUothly meeting Y. M. C. A.,
OPINION OF THE COUNTRY.
We have jiibl received news from
jvoua mat me electioneering cam
paign in Ihatilislrict lias been opened
by large meetings of natives and
foreigners held at llookcna. Ad
dresses were made by Messrs. Pili
po, Nahinu and W. S. Brash and
the advisability of returning an in
dependent candidate was strongly
advocated so that the requirements
of the district might not be forgotten
in political differences, stronc; senti
ments of dissatisfaction being ex
pressed at the conduct of their late
representatives. The feeling of the
meetings was unanimously opposed
to the present administration and
many of their recent actions were
strongly criticized ; reference was
also made to Mr. Gibson's canvasser
who had been vainly trying to pre
judice the ".simple and ignorant"
Messrs. Naliinu ami Kaohe were
named as probable candidates for
youth Ivona district and Messrs. Vi
lipo and Kaai for North Kona. The
feeling of the meeting was very un
animous and strongly opposed to
the Gibson ministry and active mea
sures were taken to keep the dis
cussion of this all-important topic
prominently before the Electors.
A TRAMWAY WANTED.
If His Excellency the Premier,
who professes to be so anxious to
improve Honolulu and its surroun
dings in the interests of the mechanic
andartizan, had seen numbers of them
toiling through the sandy desert
from Waikiki church to the bridge
on Sunday, almost knee deep in
dust, and if he had heard their
curses, loud and long, at himself
and his colleagues because no repairs
had been made to this road, which
is the only outlet from Honolulu,
for six or eight months
his ears have tingled
at the good
things said of him. Some of the
" simple and ignorant people " even
wished that he would drive out there
and smash his carriage, then might
they hope for some of the dollars,
that are overflowing' from the Hawa
iian Treasury, to be expended in the
improvement of the road or in the
construction of a tramway which
they require and which he has for
bidden. PORTUGUESE IMMIGRATION.
The steamer Bell Bock left St.
Michaels on 30th August with about
fourteen hundred passengers, the
same number as was brought hy the
Hankow. This steamer will come
direct to Honolulu, not calling any
where for coal, and, as she is a new
vessel and this is her maiden voj'agc,
she may be expected to arrive in
this port on the 25th October, pos
sibly sooner. This will be the last
lot of Portuguese that may be ex
pected here for some time, although
the number coming fulls short of
those required by the planters some
months ago by seven hundred, as
His Excellency the Premier has de
cided, without consulting the plan
ters or the members of the Board of
Immigration, to suspend the impor
tation of Portuguese.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Earthquakes and Tidal Disturbances in
Australia and Now Zoaland.
The most severe shock of earth
quake ever experienced at Gisborne,
New Zealand, took place on the
morning of August 1C, at 3 o'clock,
followed by several minor ones. At
first it seemed as if some powder
magazine had exploded, and tho re
port and concussion caused much
consternation among timid people.
In Queensland, on August 20, the
shock of an earthquake was felt at
3 a.m., extending along the coast as
far north as Bockhampton and in
land to Tarooin. The area was
very wide. The wave direction was
from S.W. to N.E., and the distur
bance lasted from 30 seconds in
some places to one minute in others.
At Brisbane, Toowoomba, Mary
borough and Bockhampton it was
particularly severe, buildings oscilla
ted to an alarming extent, bedsteads
knocked against Avails, and sleepers
were awakened in great fright.
Daly Waters reports: On Sunday,
2Gth instant, about midnight, we
were awakened by an explosion
resembling n shot fired in blasting
rock. There was continued rum
bling for a few minutes. Several
shocks of earthquake have been
reported from various places on the
cast coast of Tasmania during the
last five or six days. Similar shocks
were felt during the previous week.
A huaU tidal wave was noticed at
Franklin, near llobart, early in the
past week. At about half-past G
o'clock on cdncsday morning,
August 29, a peculiar tidal pheno
menon was observed by the lucul
pilots at Newcastle ( New South
Prom Western Australia we learn
that loud, booming sounds, resem
bling the firing of heavy guns, were
heard at several places along the
coast, on August 30. A tidaf wave
eight feet in height was observed at
Geraldton, the chief port of the
north, about 300 miles from here.
Persons walking along the beach
there state that they heard loud
rumbling sounds which caused
alarm. Suddenly the sea receded
about 100 yards, and then a high
wave returned with great force and
with a rushing noise. The pcopie
who were on the beach had to run
to save their lives, and all the boats
were thrown up and left high and
dry on the beach, swamped. On 28th
and 2!)th August there were tidal
disturbances in Sydney.
A tidal wave made its appearance
at Northern New Zealand on August
29, commencing at -1 a.m. The sea
rushed in violently, but took several
hours to recede. The disturbance
was slightly perceptible at 10 o'clock
August 28. A sharp shock of earth
quake was felt at Patea at half-past
1, about 100 miles north-west of
Correspondence it bolicited on the top
ic of the day, or what may become so.
We lescrve the right to excise purely
We do not hold ourselves responsible
for the. opinions e.vprer-scd by our cor
Editor Buuxtin: Can you tell
me why a bus is allowed to drive
and cany passengers without paying
any license fee. A passenger's license
has to be paid for hacks and I, for
one, don't consider it fair that any
bus should be allowed to compete,
for nothing, with our business.
This question was brought before
the Minister of the Interior about
four months ngo and still remains
unsettled. Dodcl has received a
certificate allowing him to carry
fourteen passengers in each bus, but
the legal point whether a license is
necessary has not been determined.
Some people hold that it is not
necessary as a bus runs to and from
a certain point without standing on
the streets. Ed. D. B.
Stmr Iwnlani bro't 1,372 bgs of sugar,
110 goat skins, and 104 hides.
The bgtnc W. G. Irwin received some
sugar from the Iwnlani yesterday. She
will sail Saturday, Sept. 29, at 12 noon.
The bark Caibaricn sailed ycteiday
for San Francisco. She took 2,421 bags
of sugar, and 2,008 bgs of rice; total
weight 4M,870 lbs; total domestic value
Yesterday the Iwalani was beiug re
painted. The schr Claus Sprcckels was becalm
ed oirDiamond Head on Tuesday.
The schr Kumoi will sail on Monday,
for Laupulioelioc with a lnrge load of
The departure of the s.s. Madras lias
been postponed until Monday.
The rudder of thcC. O. Whitniorc will
be unshipped. She will sail next week.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS
The Madras will not sail till Monday.
Marshal Parke returned to town by
the Iwnlani yesterday.
Two new Honolulu pugilists were at
work yesterday. Blood Jlowcd freely.
Two new pictures by Mr. Joe Strong
are now on view utLyciui & Johnstons.
Bktiiksda water on draught at Pal
mer & Thaehcr's. " 50." lm
The sailor who deserted from the
bark O. S. Hulbert, was captured yes.
tcrday by Capt..Fehlber.
Mr. 1). FoSTnn. manager of the
Hawaiian Agricultural Go's Plantation,
at Pahala, arrived yesterday.
Mr. W. J. Fargeroos requests people
to call and claim their property that was
left with Geinsch & Fargeroos.
Tun Quarterly Examination of Ivan,
niakaplll District Schools will tnke place
on Sunday next at Kuuinakiipllt church.
Exercises commence at, llhSSOa.ni.bliarp.
A gi:xtli:max predicts live moro hot
days then the day of judgment. The
mysteries of the live dollar business will
shortly be revealed If the prophecy come s
The Annual meeting of the Agricul
tural Society has been llxed for 19th
October when planters will be in town
to attend the annual meeting of their
Labor and Supply Company.
At tho Young Peoples' Christian Tem
perance Union meeting on Tuesday
evening six new members were em-olled,
making the total at present sixty one.
There was a good attendance and a
pleasant evening was passed.
Twknty.kive cases of seized liquor
were received yesterday from Kim by
Deputy Marshal Dayton who now con.
templates obtaining a retail license to
disposo of tho large and varied quantity
tliul he bus ou luuul.
A luunr.it named Welsh, when sharp
ening a razor on his halid on Tuesday,
let the instrument slip inflicting a nasty
cut in the fleshy patt of the left hand,
fortunately the cut was not dangerous
alt liougli it bled .freely, lie was alien,
ded by Dr. Martin.
The ''skull of a South Sen Island
chief, heroically captured by Messrs.
Tripp and Clarke" was on view yester.
day at Robertson's store on Merchant
Sttect. The skull which appeared, as it
should be in a "simple and ignorant
people" devoid of brains, resembled more
the jaw bone of an ats.
Ixqi'itn-x are made why the vacancy
caused in the Hoard of Immigration by
the resignation of Mr. Walker, six months
ago, was not filled before the vacancy
caused by Mr. Clegborn's resignation,
and why Mr. Clegiiorn's should have
been tilled before that, of Mr. Rhodes
both of which were forwarded together.
Axvhouv that has lost luggage or
freight on any of Messrs. Wilder & Go's
steamers should call at their store where
an accumulation in six months of a
hundred packnges can be found com
prising five new valises, eight trunks,
shoes, axle grcate, oysters, tinned goods
and n variety sulllcient to start n curio
To-day witnesses the removal of an
old Honolulu landmark, Mr. It. W.
Lni lie's old ofllce being taken away to
make room for his new building. This
will consist of n brick building 100 by
fiO ft. of two stories with a clock tower
80 ft. high. The office- will be under
the clock but in tho meantime Mr.
Lni lie's business will bo transacted at
At the Police Court yesterday there
were two cases of drunkenness, Lee De
ven was found not guilty on a charge of
cruelty to animals: J. T. Freeman
for malicious mischief was found not
guilty; nine persons were found not
guilty of violnting the Sabbith; Pae for
violating buck niles was fined 5 and
costs :j 40; and four small boys were
remanded on a chaigc of vegraney.
Complaints are made, by residents in
the neighborhood of rice plantations
near Honolulu of tho sounding of gongs
and firing of guns throughout the day
to frighten off the birds. Sunday is
selected as a clay for n general attack
upon the feathered tribe and the gongs
and cfiins commence at 4 a.m. The
neighbors pity the Chinamen for-losing
their rice and pity themselves for losing
A jir.r.Tixo was held at the Chinese
Church yesterday, the occasion being
the funeral of the only son of the Chinese
merchant Le Knw. It was a very sad
affair, Le Kaw' having lost liis wife only
six months ago was greatly attached to
the little boy, who was taken ill the
evening before his death with hem
orrhage of the lungs. Dr. Emerson was
sent for, but the boy died the same
night, evidently from exhaustion.
A Monster crab from the South Seas
was recently received by Mr. Mclntyrc
by the Jennie Walker which arrived at
Ililo, and he gave it to Mr. Ricnieu
Schneider. The peculiarity of this crab
is that it lives on land as well as in the
water and thrives on bananas, cocoantits.
It is said to come from Christmas Is
land and a number of them will there
be trained for towing purposes, in place
of tho Pele, when king Gibson reigns
on the island.
News has been received from the
island of Apia to the effect that a
violent hurricauc has been experien
ced amongst the islands, during
which the barque Especulador and
several other vessels were lost. S.
ALL PARTIES HAVING WATCHES
or other property intrusted to Mr.
Gemsch, or having any claim whatever
against tho late firm of Gemsch & Far
geroos, will please call immediately and
prove their claim, us the undersigned
will not be responsible, for any claim
whatever after tho departure of Mr.
Gemsch. W. J. Fargeroos.
Honolulu, Sept. 25, 1883. 517 It
THE ASSIGNEES' SALE "OF THE
Estate of Lcc Chat, erroneously
Will take place on
Wednesday, October 3d,
At 12 o'clock noon, at Salesroom
St 515 E. P. Adams, Auot1 r.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone
Co,, Reduction of Rates.
FROM, AND AFTER SEPT. JJ0, 18S3,
the telephones of this Company
within the district of Honolulu, will be
rented at the following 'reduced rates,
For places of business, $5 per month,
lor private residences, $4 per month,
t'aynble quarterly in advance.
013 lm ' J. F. Brown, Beciutnry.
nPWO FURNISHED ROOMS, with a
-L prlvato family; 10 minutes from
the Post Olllce. Garden and comfort
able surroundings. Tho rooinn are spa.
ious and lofty and well ventilated.
" Particulars at tho Windsor Saloon
King street. ,' 478
J. M. OAT, Jr., & CO.
Gazette Block, No. 25 Merchant Street,
Have received Consignments of New Goods,
Paper of every Conceivable Kind,
Memorandum Blocks, blank books, inkstands, letter Scales,
Mucllago, Copy Books, Pens and Holders, Envolopos, Drawing Papor, Memo'
randum Books, Lclior Prossos, and Invitation Papor, Carior's Vlolot and ln
dcllblo Inks; Arnold's and Stafford's. Baseballs and Bats. Pocket
Knives, Birthday Cards.
Red Rubber Stamp Agency.
NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS, NEWS.
Every MAGAZINE and PAPER published IN THE WORLD can be
OBTAINED from OAT, or he will tend for them.
WENNER & CO.
F OUT S T It E E T.
Have on Hand
New Foreign and Home Made Jewelry, Watches,
Bracelets, Necklets, Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
AND ORNAMENTS OF ALL KINDS.
Silver and Gold Plate, Elegant Tea Sets, In Solid Silver
Suitable for Presentation.
KgP Native Jewelry a Specialty JggZ
Repairing and Mending in all its Brunches. ' i f
The Sole Afent for Kiny's Celebrated Eye Preservers
AND . .
DILLINGHAM & OO.'S .
BULLETIN OF ftlEWQOQDS!
JUST RECEIVED, INVOICES OF
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS !
Guaranteed to put out twice as large a lire in half the time of any other machine.
It does not get out of order, and is uhvnys ready for U3e.
Every residence, Sugar Mill and Stoic should have one.
Magneso-Calcite Fire Proof Safes & Boxes
With larger percentage of inside space than any other safe We abe Sole
Agents foii the Above.
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
WircCloth, Wire Netting, IUcc Cloth, Bird Cages,
Barb Fencing Wire, Pumps, Windwills, Tanks,
Kcroscuejand Libricating Oils a specialty. A good stock on hand and to arrive.
Call anil examine our Jrew Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
JUST RECEIVED, ex "Mariposa,"
(selected iiy ouit am. stockley) at
W. RICHARDSON & Go's.,
jNo. 08 ITort; Street.
Real ISwLiUo Broker,
CiiHtom I-IouMe Broker,
Employment .A.;oufc, and
General BiiNiucs,s .Agyout,
Ofllce, 27 Merchant street, - . . Hawaiian Gazette Block.
By request, I have added to my business that of a CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
and will hereafter attend to making entries at the Custom House of goods through
1 owcr of Attorney from merchants. Our business community will llnd this do.
piirtnicut a great source of convenience,
ESTTke ONLY recognized Real Estate Broker in this Kingdom.-Hj
Land and property for sale in all purls of Honolulu aud tho various Islands.
Houses to leaso and rent in Honolulu and suburbs.
Rooms to rent, en suite or single, throughout Honolulu
Books and Accounts kept. Bills collected. Legal papers of every description
drawn. Agent for Vickery's Monthly Fireside Magazine and Visitor, with
18 Ohromos; subscription $1.25 per year. Agent for the Best Life
Insurance Company iii the World.
rarOhnrgos always moderate. BW-Tolcnhono No. 175.
KE IIOOLAHAIA aku nei ma kola
mi pan ko Sing Tong Long, Ping
Cliong Afan a mo Aiu noiio ana i niiiu
lola no ku Hoi o Sun Choong Lconj,' &
Co. A na Aiosa e lawehiwe aku ka oiha
mi mahilo o ka inoa o Sun Cheong Leong
& Co., ma Heein, Koolaupoko, Oahu.
B2T O na ale a pan i ka hale i oleloia o
pouo o hookaaia aku lain.
OH Sw AIONG.
J i .1
iiiWMijiimim m j jhwiwjjj. mh
A IINE LOT OF
Matting of all Grades
BOTH WHITE AND COLORED
For Snln nf.
A. S. CLEGIIORN & CO
G. H. ROBERTSON,
. i linn lim -."V " UUOU IUUU13
In town. Telephone No. (J5, is