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largo quantities of flsh r.Uile an
chored off Wnipio. "Tho atmosphere
and water wcru nt n dead calm, and
fish weighing several pounds were
At the request of His Kxopllcncy
the Attorney-General, Mr. Thomas
B. Walker was airaigned before
Justice I'reslon in the Supreme Court
this afternoon, for the burglary and
robbery of the Post Olllee, on the
night of January 2-!). The Indict
ment was read, to which the prisoner
pleaded not guilty. The prosecution
asked that the trial bo fixed to take
place to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock.
The request was compiled with.
Last evening, while Mr. Guy
Wodehouso, son of the British Com
missioner, was riding homo from
business at the Union Feed Com
pany's store, the reins broke and the
horse becoming unmanageable the
rider jumped off. In falling he un
fortunately broke his left leg just
above the ankle. He was picked up
and taken home, where Drs.
MeGrew and Anting set the broken
limb and made hint as comfortable
Mn. D. P. Smith, having sold his
IIHo skating rink to Mr. Beckwith,
of that place, has returned to Hono
lulu to launch his speculative craft
Into the currents of a new venture.
Mr. Smith says "his original pur
pose of coming to this country was
not to build roller coasters and
skating rinks, but for a mightier ob
ject," of which he will not for a
while speak. For the present Cen
tral Park Kink will remain as it is,
but in the course of time people
may look for Smith's grand scheme
within the above rink or on the
ground where it now stands.
Satcuday, Jan. 30th.
Mkssks. Whitney, Von Holt and
Baird's yacht arrived to-day on the
bark Chilena from Liverpool.
In the case of Robinson vs. Srcso
vich, the jury, after a quarter aof an
hour's consultation, returned a ver
dict for plaintiff for the full amount
Tin: remains of the late Dr.
Knders, of Wailuku, Maui, arc to be
disinterred and sent to Honolulu.
They will arrive here on Feb. fith,
and on the following Sunday, Feb.
7th, will be buried by the Masonic
"Lodge lc Progrcs de l'Occanic."
By the steamer Likclikc this
morning news is received of another
opium seizure by Mr. J. Sheldon,
special Custom House otllcer at
Kahului. He made a trip to Wa
kena last Tuesday night and succeed
ed in catching a Chinaman, Ah
Mutie by name, with fifteen half-
pound tins of opium. I he China
man was tried by Judge Kealoha
and fined 81C0.
A young sailor, about 17 years of
age, named Nicholas Lambert and
belonging to the British bark Chilena,
that arrived this morning from
Liverpool, fell overboard on the
passage and was drowned. The
vessel was off the Falkkand Islands,
South Atlantic, when the accident
occurred. It was 7 a. m. when the
young man fell off the railing. The
ship was hove to and a boat lowered,
but he was not seen again.
Tins morning Mr. Quong Sam
Kce hung out a mercantile sign, in
the familiar Chinese fashion of gay
vermilion and gilt, and adorned with
ribbons, on the shop in the lower
story of the new Chinese club house,
King street. There was an interest
ing display of ceremony on the
occasion, accompanied with a grand
fusillade of fire-crackers. It is a
handsome as well as convenient
business stand, the interior being
finished in keeping with the style of
the whole elegant structure.
An exciting episode occurred on
Queen street this forenoon. A na
tive on horseback pursued a fugitive
ram, having to put his horse to the
sharpest gallop to overtake it. At
the corner of Richard street he suc
ceeded in fastening his lasso round
tlio animal's horns, and a friend
coming along handed the captive up
to the huntsman, who bore it off in
triumph. The incident was sugges
tive of the breezy plains also of
possible accident from having such
a breakneck chase on a leading
At the regular meeting of Hono
lulu Royal Arch Chapter, No. 1,
held last evening, the following
olllccrs were installed for the ensu
ing term by P. II. P., K. P. Adams,
viz: II. P., David Dayton; King,
W. C. Parke; Scribe, E. D. Ten
ncy ; Capt. of Host, W. B. Davey ;
Prin. Sojourner, F. J. Higgins; It.
A. Captain, J. F. Bowler; Master
3rd Vail, Jas. Dodd; Master 2nd
Vail, Chas. F. Wall; Master 1st
Vail, Chas. Hammer; Treasurer,
Jno. S. AVulker, re-elected ; Secre
tary, Joseph M. Oat, re-elected;
Tyler, Ben. Whitnoy.
Monday, Feb. 1st.
Messks. John A. Cummins and C.
Bolte furnished the required bail for
Thos. B. Walker, on Saturday
night. Walker is going to work on
Widmanalo plantation setting boilers.
A new scheme in Chinese industry
, has conic to light. A number of
emaciated coolies go about stealing
THU DAIS'S BULLBTDST, SUMMARY i HONOLULU, H, I., THURSDAY,
a curtain shrub that grows In mid
about tnro patches, and sell it ns nu
excellent hog food to owners of
Negotiations arc ponding for the
purchase of the steamer Jns. I.
Dowsett by tho Pacific Navigation
Co. from Messrs. Wundenbcrg and
Dowsett, Jr. If the steamer is sold
she will run to Maui in the interest
of tho P. N. Co., but the matter
will not be decided until the latter
part of this week.
Tin: lug Pole went toPuloa, Kwa,
Saturday, for tho hull of a new
schooner built by Daniel McNeil for
Hon. J. I. Dowsett. This schooner
is about 10 tons register and of a
lino model. She has been brought
hero for the finishing touches and
when ready will bo put on the coast
ing trade. McNeil is proud of the
schooner nnd values her at SI, 500.
Cai-t. McGregor, of the schooner
Manuokawai, brings a few notes
from Koolau. Nearly all the rice
planting for this season is finished
at Koolau. Chinese New Year's
begins Wednesday morning, and the
Chinamen at Koolau arc preparing
for a grand time, especially at Puna
lmi. The schooner Rainbow lost an
anchor and chain at Punuluu last
Thursday night. Tho weather was
squally from the land nnd the sea
was rough. The anchor-chain par
ted and the schooner got adrift, but
was righted without further damage.
Tin: races Saturday night drew
good houses. At Central Park tho
velocipede race was won by Chris
tian ; the half-mile running race by
J. Brown, and the ono-hour-go-ns-you-please
contest between J. Tol
bert and J. Camara was won by the
latter by half a lap. At Yosomitc
Rink the two-mile whecl-barrow race
between McWoync and Mullen was
won by the latter by about six feet.
MeWayno not being satisfied with
his defeat, has challenged Mullen
for a skating raeo without wheel
barrows next Saturday night. Mr.
W. Moore, one of the runners in the
half-mile contest at the Central Park,
fainted from exhaustion and was car
ried off the tloor.
Tuesday, Feb. 2nd.
E. Kyan is building a 31 foot
whalcboat for Kona, ami a large surf
boat for one of the island schooners.
Caui'kxti'.ks arc making some al
terations in Aliiolani Hale. Pre
paring for new tenants, eh?
A quantity of tools worth SI 50,
belonging to the carpenters, was
stolen from the new Station House
between Saturday evening and Sun
Yestehday Mr. Harry Swinton
gave the inmates of the Lunnlilo
Home a grand liintt, in honor of the
anniversary of King Lunalilo's birth
day that happened on Sunday.
Fiitr.-citACicr.its.werc being set off
in great profusion in Chinatown at
an early hour this morning, ns a
prelude to the grand crash and fiare
of New Year's Eve and Day. Meek
street was a whole market town in
itself from daylight.
Mn. P. C. Jones yesterday applied
to the Chief Justice for having the
will of tho late Charles Brewer, of
Boston, admitted to probate. Mr.
Hatch appeared for the petitioner,
and Tuesday, March 2nd, was ap
pointed for hearing.
Tin: February Friend is a very
good number, besides well-sustained
editorial pages having an able letter
from Rev. S. E. Bishop on the
opium question, and tho funeral
sermon of Be v. Dr. Hyde on the
late Kev. Dr. Baldwin.
The Canute, a two-masted
schooner of about 200 tons, termed
a fore-and-aft schooner, is due here
from San Francisco, consigned to
the Pacific Navigation Company.
As far as can be learned, this vessel
is likely to bo put on the inter-islaud
trade by that Company.
Neaui.y thirteen thousand cases
of gin have been taken out of the
Custom House within the last week,
750 coming out yesterday on II. M.
Government service. To-morrow
will, therefore, likely bo tho culmi
nation of campaign debauchery.
Look out for "fun" for the police.
Tin: Friend regretfully intimates
that Rev. II. S. Jordan was to have
closed his labors at Kolmla on Feb.
1st, to return to the United States.
His stay in the Islands has been
very brief. The same periodical
announces that the foreign church at
Makawao will shortly have a pastor
front the United States.
John Norby, a sailor on the bark
Elsinore, had his left leg 'broken
below tho knee yesterday, by a tin
of sugar falling on it while he was
working in the hold of the vessel.
The fractured limb was reset by
Captain Jcnks, and the patient was
afterward taken to the Hospital,
where ho is doing well.
Tendeus for tho erection of a room
at the new Slation House for tho
Keeper were opened on Saturday
last, January 30th, nt 1 p. in. The
tenders were : Mr. E. B. Thomas,
81,800; Fred. Harrison, $2,100;
Geo. Lucas, 82,517 ; and Georgo
Lincoln, 83,000. Tho contract was
awarded to the lowest bidder, E. B.
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WEnxr.stur, Feb. 8rd.
The Fomth Judicial Circuit Court
will open at Nawillwili, Kauai, on
Wednesday, Feb. 10th.
Tin: Custom House was not
opened to-day and many of the busi
ness houses elosed nt noon.
Mn. W. K. Ilerrick has turned
out a beautiful piece of work, in the
shape of a kou calabash. It is
without a Haw, and bears a mirror
Cavt. Jcnks, of tho bark Elsinore,
evidently thinks that on account of
tho tremendous How of gin to-day
the atmosphere became dead drunk.
Ho was Hying about town this morn
ing trying to start a racket or do
something desperate to create wind
enough to blow his vessel to sea.
Tin: meeting of the Honolulu
Rifles last evening was largely at
tended. The boys were enthusiastic
over the prospects of coming events
to be given by the Rilles, that will
much enhance tho popularity of the
company. On the 12th inst. the
Rilles have a target shooting prac
tice that will likely be interesting.
Cait. Nelson, of the schooner
Mary Dodge, from Humboldt Bay,
reports business as booming at.
Eureka, Humboldt. The "Cali
fornia Redwood Company," after
having closed the mill for several
months, have re-opened for work.
Several new mills are building, and
times are likely to be brisk at Eu
reka. Tut: Advertiser erroneously states
in to-day's issue that the Hawaiian
bark R. C. Wylle was burnt at sea
off the Falkland Islands and had tho
original statue of Kamehamcha I.
on board. Tho vessel alluded to is
the German bark G. J. Handel, and
the R. C. Wylic was burnt at sea in
Uiq Pacific Ocean, about the lati
tude of Valparaiso, where the cap
tain nnd crew were landed. Com.
Last Saturday the six sailors of
the Mount Lebanon, who were locked
up in the Station House for refusing
duty on board ship, bogged to be
released, saying they regretted their
bad behavior and would like to re
turn to the ship. So at noon they
were discharged and that afternoon
they worked like true sailors, but on
Sunday night three of the unruly
seamen failed to return to the vessel
and have not been seen since.
Thuhsday, Feb. '1th.
The Fat Boy is jubilant.
Nearly six hundred people at
tended the Chinese reception yester
day. The S. S. Zcalandia took no
passengers from this port for the
Colonics last night.
TiiEiti: will be a social "hop" at
the residence of Mr. Alexander
Young this evening.
Monsieur Fecr, the French Com
missioner, expects a son by the next
steamer front the Coast.
Since tho publication of tenders
for the erection of the Station Houso
keeper's room in this paper, Mr. E.
B. Thomas, who was awarded the
contract at 81,800, has withdrawn
nnd the work beeu transferred to Mr.
Fred Harrison nt S2.-I00, the next
Visitohs to tho Chinese Club
House, yesterday, were inspired
with a "quite nt home" feeling, on
entering the place and seeing among
the gorgeously costumed, though
perfectly affable, Chinese officials,
the genial countenance of Mr. F. W.
Damon, who was busy as a bee
among all nations, escorting ladies
and gentlemen to places at the
tables, and nnswering all manner of
questions from quizzical interviewers.
FniDAY, Feb. 5th.
DitUNKEN nntives made a good
deal of noise about the streets yes
Mn. Peddle, English M. 1'., has
gone to Kauai, accompanied by Col.
Geo. W. Macfarlanc and Mr. Theo.
II. Davics, British Vice-Consul.
Tm: three sailors who deserted
from the Mount Lebanon on Sunday
were captured by the police yester
day and confined in the Station
Two whites had a slugging match
at the corner of Fort and Hotel
streets last evening, but the police
not being invited etiquette forbade
Miss Genevievo Ward said to a
reporter in San Francisco that Mrs.
Strong had played Mrs. Folly, in
"Forget Me Not" at Honolulu,
better than she had seen jt since the
great original, Mrs. Leigh Murray.
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2 elect
ed the following olllccrs on the ilrd :
Foreman. Frank Hustaco, re-elected
; First Assistant Foreman, J. F.
Morgan ; Second Assistant Foreman,
E. R. Ryan ; Secretary and Treas
urer, Henry Smith, re-elected.
The Athletic Association met this
morning nt Mr. Bolte's olllee, when
tho olllccrs for the past year were
re-elected : President, S. B. Dole ;
Vice-President, Fred. Wundenbcrg ;
Secretary, Jas. B. Castle; Trea
surer, C. Bolle. No other business
of public Interest was transacted.
Ttmi.t: Is n shabby-looking Portu
guese man who for some time past
has been tolling woeful tales of his
poverty, helplessness and hunger to
benevolently disposed people. He
received alms of them until a few
daj's ago, when he purchased a
house and lot for a few thousand
dollars, to the utter astonishment of
the deluded philanthropists.
Mn. Thos. J. Naglo recently
brought civil suit in the Policu
Court against Mr. Joint Nott for
S25, for making a design for the
firemen's monument. The defen
dant won the case, having shown
that the design was not according
to the specified scale, being 0 ft. 11
in. high instead of 12 feet, and that
bills against tho Firo Department
were audited but not paid by him.
The plaintiff appealed to the Inter
Chaiu.es J. McCarthy, tho al
leged defaulting Supreme Court
Clerk of California, was tins fore
noon arrested by the Marshal under
warrant issued at the instance of the
Minister of Foreign Affairs, In ac
cordance with tho decision of the
Chief Justice yeslerdaj". Mr. Whit
ing, McCarthy's counsel, look out a
writ of habeas corpus, on which the
piisoncr was produced pro forma
before the Court at one o'clock this
afternoon, when by consent of the
parties the hearing was ordered to
take place before the full Court nt
eleven o'clock to-morrow forenoon.
Satukoay, Feb. fith.
Mom: Japanese are expected to
arrive by tho S. S. City of Pckin
Kldek Ilcalcy to-night discusses
"the seven last plagues soon to conic
on the earth."
The Hawaiian Chincso JVctrs
comes out on colored paper this
morning, probably in honor of New
Year's. The headings of English
firms' advertisements have been
changed to a llowing script.
Aiiout one thousand fish known
ns Oio, measuring from one to three
feet long, were caught at Puko, Mo
lokai, yesterday. Three hundred
were brought here for tho market
and some were sent to Lnlmina and
Wailuku. The catch is valued at
The ladies of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union have
felt encouraged at the success of
their Gospel Temperance Meetings
Sunday afternoons' on the wharf.
They doubtless reach a class of those
who do not or cannot attend the
usual church services. The exer
cises arc arranged and conducted by
the W. C. T. U., while short nd
drcsses arc made by two or more
of the ministers or laymen of this
city. The singing of the familiar
Gospel Hymns, led by Mr. Aylett's
well-known cornet, is stirring, and
tho exercises are brief and hearty.
Scats are provided for those who
wish them. The interest in these
meetings has thus far been so good,
that the ladies felt justified in con
tinuing them at least a few weeks
Monday, Feb. 8th.
Judoino front the fast decreasing
lumber piles nt the foot of Fort
street, house building is being done
on a large scale.
Tendeus are asked for, till March
13th, by the Minister of the Interior,
for lighting the streets of Honolulu
for three years.
Tin: Baird, Whitney & Von Holt
smack was sailing about the bay
yesterday for the first time. She
behaved very well and is said to be
A sonny party of ladies and gen
tlemen dressed in white were seen
descending MoiiiitTantnlus the other
day while tho rain came down in
The crow of the schooner Wal
mnlu hooked three tremendous sharks
that were swimming about tho Domi
tila and the Knuikcnouli's crew
caught two equally as large.
The skating rinks Saturday night
were well attended. At the Yosc
mito Mullen beat McWnync in the
one mile skating race, tho latter
giving out before tho finish. At
Central Paik tho races and other
sports were very interesting.
Theue was no further development
of Germany's proposed protectorate
when the Ke Att Hon, that arrived
yesterday, left tho Marshal Islands
about three weeks ago. Tho German
Commissioner, who was expected to
come on it war vessel, had not
Tin: Anglican Church Chronicle.
for January has been received. It
contains, among other interesting
matter, n "Continuation of Travels
in Old England," by Rev. A. Mack
intosh. No. II. of Rev. C. E.
Groser's nrtlcles on "Tho Church of
England" ulso appears.
Dit. Enders' remains, disinterred
at "Wailuku, Maui, for burial here,
were deposited in the Nutinnu
cemetery, with Masonic rites, yester
day, the brethren mustering in good
ly numbers in the procession from
the hall of Lodge le Progres do
I'Occanio to the place of sepulture.
FEBRUARY U 1880.
M;t. Sliva, a young l'ottugiieso
who started n skating rink nt Wai
luku, Maui, several months ago, and
made a financial success of it, has
purchased tho merry-go-round of
Cnpt. Cluiiey for 81,500. The
machine was taken to Wailuku last
week and is now running success
fully. Tin: steamer Ivy Holmes, after
being thoroughly repaired at the cost
of about 82,000, steamed to sea this
morning for Hilo, in charge of Mr.
Holmes, (thc owner. Ho said lie ex
pected to reach IJilo inside of 21
bonis from the time of starting, but
since his departure it has been
learned that tho Ivy Holmes will
cruise for the Domitila for salvage.
Tni:Sncrnnicnt of Confirmation was
administered by His Lordship the
Rt. Rd. Bishop of. Olba at the chapel
of the Branch Hospital to 15 persons,
both children and adults, on Friday
last, Feb. 5lh, at 2 p. m. His Lorif
ship addressed the congregation in
a few pathetic words; and the core
1110113' of Confirmation was followed
nnd closed by the Benediction of the
Mns. J. D. Arnold died of con
sumption last evening, at the house
of Mr. Angus, Punchbowl street.
Her funeral takes place this after
noon. Tho husband of the deceased
went to Australia some months ago
to engage in Ids business of well
boring. He left his wife in apparent
ly good health, and, although helms
been apprised of her dangerous con
dition since, the news of her death
must be a severe blow to him. Mrs.
Arnold was highly esteemed for her
amiable qualities by a large circle
The Hawaiian three-masted
schooner Ke An Hou, Captain
Lovcll, arrived yesterday 23 days
.front Jaluit, via Wajaro nnd Legicp
Islands. She brought 10,000 cocoa
nuts and 25 eases of coral, but came
principally to be repaired. Captain
Thcct, of the wrecked British
schooner Mazeppa, and Captain
Hushcll, of the lost Auckland brigan
tinc Ransom, came to Honolulu by
the Ke An Hon. Captain Lovcll
reports strong westerly squalls
during the passage. The missionary
vessel Morning Star, Capt. Bray,
arrived at Jaluit Dec. 15th, M days
from this port, and on the following
day sailed for Caroline Islands, all
hands well. The Hawaiian schooner
Gen. Scigel is still trading among the
islands and doing well. Messrs. Maoy,
A. Turner, FI. ISnicrson aud others
from Honolulu arc still at the islands.
Tuesday, Feb. l)th.
Mns. J. I). Arnold's funeral yester
day afternoon was largely attended.
Next week Mr. M. M. Scott will
inspect the schools at Kwa, Witlaiuto
and Waialua on this island.
Messuh. Lyons &, Cohen, auction
eers', buvo dissolved partnership, Mr.
Lyons continuing tho business at
the old stand.
Mn. A. F. Cooke left by the steamer
Dowsett lust evening for l'nia, Maui,
to take observations for tho building
of n lauding there.
Coronation Day, Feb. 12th, will
he kept by the Iving at Kailua, Ha
waii, and the event will also bo cele
brated at Joluui Palace.
Inquiries have been received front
the Coast about Robert A. Johnson,
whoso mother is in feeble health in
San Francisco and desires to hear
Mn. Williams abandoned an em
bryo purposu, instigated by tho Bul
letin, of photographing the ill-fated
1'hintur, when Mr. Foster intimated
that, he was willing to pay him n
bonus on ptobablo profits if he al
lowed tho wreck to pass into oblivion.
Tin: boys at tho Reformatory
School are in clover. Yesterday they
received a present of a half dozen
bats and balls fioin Hon. John Cum
miiigH, and were treated to n feast of
(Jhineso preserved fruits and sweet
meats by Mr. U. Alee, Chinese Com
Tin: front of tho Itovnl -Hawaiian
Hotel was gorgeous with colored lan
terns labt evening, on tho occasion of
n complimentary concert tendered
tho guests by (low Dominis. Thero
was n gay throng on tho verandahs,
and tho music dispensed by the
Hand, under .Mr. Merger's direction,
was of the usual excellent descrip
tion. Mn. Schumann has devised a new
thing in breaks, which does away
with tho jolting caused by the horse's
motion, apparently as well as the ex
neiiHVo patents with the saino object
imported from tho Fast. A vuliielu
with the improvement can be seen at
his shop on King street, and can bo
supplied by him as cheap as tho
cheapest old-stylo break.
Not long ago some chickens wore
stolen from Miirsliuuld, and this
morning one of tho stolen birdH was
seen in tho market by tho former
owner. Search was immediately
instituted for the thief, who was
found in a yard near tho Chinese
Society house. The culprit is a
Ohimimun, as might bo supposed,,
and is now locked up in the Station
Fiiom tho tiino of the receipt ol.tjw
telephone message from Mr. Merger".
house, till Engine No. 2 was nljig
side tho hydrant, at the lato burnpig
of Mr. Widemann's house, only 11
minutes elapsed. If all tho engines
could be diiiwn by horses, liku this
, ; L lJ
one, tho brigade's efficiency would bo
enhanced In a manifold degree.
Engine No. 1 played through 100O
feet of hose nt the late fire, and tho
water was thick with mud.
Mn. John S. Walker, insurer of
the schooner Domitila, says he will
send no vessel for the remains of tho
schooner; that it is no business of
his but of tho Pacific Navigation Co.,
agents, or Mr. I'aiko, owner of tho ,
Domitila. They have, it is' said, no
intention of sending for the wreck.
The insurance money has not been'
paid because tho loss of the schooner
lias not been proven. So, as far as
known, the capsized vessel will con
tinue to float about, a danger to
navigation, until sonic enterprising
skipper brings her to port with -a-claim
At a special meeting of the stock
holders of the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., held yesterday, it
was decided to havo another steamer
built as soon as possible. Mr. T. R.
Foster, president of the Company,
leaves about tho 15th inst. for Port
Hlakely via San Francisco, to make
arrangements for the building of u
steamer. She will not be quite as
largo as the Planter, but sufiieiently
so to use tho machinery of tho los't
steamer and to f til till all necessary
requirements on her route. She will
be built at Port Blakcly and is ex
pected to bo hero in about four
Wednesday, Feb. 10th.
A nitiBK old trade wind blew last
Hon. A. S. Clegborn is acting Gov
ernor of Oahu in the absence of (iov.
The Queen gives a garden party at
the Palace on Friday, in honor of tho
Chief Jtistieo Judd and Attornoy
(ieneral Neumann havo gone to tho
Fourth Circuit Court on Kauai.
Boies are said to be very prevalent
in town just now probably the bad
blood of the election coming out.
The Honolulu Hilles are attending
drill in goodly numbers and with re
newed zest. Next Friday afternoon
tho Utiles have their first target
shooting practice on Punchbowl
range. Tho company has proposed
a piomenado concert to take place
soon at Central Park, which pro
mises to bo u biilliant event.
Tin: item in yesterday's issue about
the lnter-Islaud Steamship Com
pany's a Hairs was inaccurate. At its
meeting tho Company decided to
have another steamer built, without
referenco to the loss of the planter.
She will be chielly a freight boat, and
Mr. Thus. U. Foster goes to San
Francisco to contract for her build
ing. Tho other idea that of getting
n substitute for the Planter, and ono
that the machinery of the lost boat
will suit if recovered was only men
tioned to our reporter as a probabi
lity and has yet to bo decided by tho
Company. It is likely that no timo
will bo lost in getting a substitute for
tho Planter, whether the machinery
of the latter is saved or not.
. Mortuary report.
For1 tlie month of Jan., 1885:
Tim lotal number of deaths reported
for tlio mouth of December was 41),
distributed as follows:
Under 1 year..
FrbtWl to 5...
From 5 to 10.
From 10 to 20.
jlroin 20 to 30.
.. 8 From 30 to -10... 0
.. 0 From -10 to 00... 7
.. 2 From .10 to 00... 1
.. 3 From CO to 70... 8
.. 3 Over 70 tt
.38 Females, 18
32 Great Britain.... I
S. Isles 1
Other nations... 2
H CAUSE OK DEATH:
'A'Mluna 1 Fever
Apoplexy 1 Hemorrhage .
llerlheri 2 Inllammatiuii .
Convulsion I I.eproy
Consumption I I'lenrKy
Childbirth 1 I'yiumisi
Cancer 1 Syphilis
Dropsy 2 .Suicide
Disease of brain. 1 Old Age
DIsea.e of Heart. 0 TiiJ)cich1ob1b...
I) vsenlery .3 Unknown
Number unattended 10
COJIl'AIlATIVi: MONTHLY MOIITALITV:
Jan. 18S2 1.'i I Jan. ISA.') 57
Jan. 1863 40 Jan. 18S0 50
Jan. 1S81 C.'i
Animal death rate per 1000 for mouth
SICKNESS IN THE SCHOOLS.
School. Scholars. Sick.
Fort Street School 131 0
Koval School 28!)...'. 3
l'olmkahia School 1)7 0
St. Alhau's College 53 0
St. Louis' College 3!)'.i I
Preparatory School 07. I)
J. II. BllOWN,
Agent Board of Health.
MRS,, BISHOP SCHOLARSHIPS.
By "direction of tho Mother
Superior, Borthn, tho amount of
S2J000, bequeathed to St. Andrew's
l'rlbry by the will of the lato High
Clu"6fcss Boruico I'auahi Bishop, has
nti'n permanently invested, tho in
come to be applied to tho mainten
ance of two Hawaiian scholarships in
St. Andrew's Priory School, to bo
called the Mrs. Bishop Scholarships.
This is nt once a graceful and grate
ful tribttto to the memory of this
most excellent lady, and will tend to
keep Iter memory green in tho hearts
of tho peoplo whom she loved bo
well, mid whoso future shu has dono
so much to provido for,