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THIS DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY: HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, MARCH U, 1880,
Their Inst communication from him
was dated Honolulu, about fifteen
mouth ago, when ho was in tlio gen
tlemen's furnishing business. Any
poison, able anil disposed to supply
the desired infounation, can diieet to
the Consul General's ollice.
A native piNonor, employed hy
the Water Winks, who not long ago
was chaiged with elealing two sacks
of eo.il, was seen yestotday in a happy
slate of intoxication ascending the
gang-jtlank of the steamer Iwalani.
Jf piisoneis ate allowed to get diunk
and wander ubout in joyous freedom,
what is the use of well-disposed pei
pous diudging themselves to death
as slaves of honest industry?
'I'm: S. S. Australia that ai lived
here Monday morning from the Colo
nies was advertised to sail for San
Fianoiseo at 8:110 i M. sharp. At
the time stated the vessel was ahout
to steam to sea, when the mail fiom
the Posl-olllco ariived on thouhaif.
The steamci was still held hy a stem
line and the mail (nine hags) wart
thiowu on hoatd. Had the delay
been a minute longer, the mail
would have been left behind.
Tub recently in lived .Japanese
immigrant continue to be as
signed to their lespeetive scenes of
labor. The steamer Kinau takes 12
men, and the Likoliko 15, as sailors.
Miihukona, Hawaii, and Kiihului,
Maui, take 10 men and 1 woman,
each; the Kil.iuea Sugar Company,
Kauai,'.) men and 1) women; Hon.
Sam Piukoi's plantation at l'aauhau,
Hawaii, 15 men; the Kukuiiiu Plan
tation, Hawaii, 25 men and 10 women.
Somi: "bully" news came by the
steamer AV. (1. Hall yesterday. While
the vessel was lying at l'unaluu, Ha
waii, the chief olliccr and a mad bull
had a game of "tag" around the
foiemast. The chase was very excit
ing, ami hefoie the bull could be
captured tlio ollieer was caught and
thiowu over tho ship's railing. When
the cattle weie landed one of them
got loose and stampeded a crowd of
Chinamen. Foituniitoly no one was
Mil. 0. K. Miller, who returned
fiom Maui by tho W. G. Hall, lepoits
having established two expiess agen
cies on that island one at l'aia, in
chaige of Mr. C. IT. Dickey; the
other at Wailuku, in charge of Mi.
AV. A. McKay. Mr. Miller lepoits
business good at AVailuku, and that
he was very successful with collec
tions. The electric light on Sptcek
elsvillo plantation illuminates the
place very effectually, and eveiy ap
pliance of model n invention is used
theio to save labor. Mr. Miller in
tends to do all tho interisliind expiess
business in connection with AVells,
Fargo it Co., his trip just made to
Maui being the first nuno in that
Stiianokhh as well as lesidcnts can
scarcely spend an hour mote ugico
nlily than in looking over tho art
productions of Mr. C. Furnouux in his
studio above Mr. Sachs' store, Fort
street, which is open every day ex
cept Thursday, when the artist is
giving lessons (it Oahu College. A
great vaiiety of subjects aio on view
in tlio show room, comprising Ha
waiian landscapes, views of the vol
cano fiom diil'eient points and in dif
ferent aspects, trees and flowers, in oil
and water colors. One series in watei
presents tho most striking scenes in
a tour round this island. Theio is a
lino luigo pictuio of tho beautiful
Kaliuwaa Falls, on tho other side of
the island. A seieon of four panels,
bearing two varieties of ponoiana, the
"golden shower" and other ilowciing
trees, is nearly completed, making
an exceedingly beautiful combina
tion. Mr. Furneaux esteems it no
trouble to show vibitors tho treasures
of his aitibtie industry, whether they
eomo to puichiise or otherwise.
TnuitsDAY, Feb. 25th.
The schooner Canute will take 25
Japanese laborers this owning for
Mr. Hitchcock, l'apaiko, Hawaii. '
A sewino society is being organ
ized this afternoon, by tho women of
tho bccond congregation of St. An
Mit. and Mrs. Jtowloy, Master How-
1 loy, Col. l'owell and wife, the Misses
M. and F. Govo and Mr. Merrill
leave by tho steamer AAr. G. Hall to-
niotrow for a visit to tho Volcano.
Something must bo moving in
business, when two columns of now
:idwitisenients apply for ioom in a
day. Certainly something is "going,"
when the auctioneers huvu moio than
half of tho quantity.
Tiik Chief Engineer of tho Fire
Department is some moio happy
.grandpa. A burglar visited his house
a few nights ago, but a little angel
camo to stay Inst night, in the person
of Miss Hanison. Conglutinations
Mkb." Thomas Luck has vacated
the stoic on Foil stieet, opposite
Lowe it Cooke, and will occupy a
poition of tho building comer of
Merchant and Foit stieots, while tho
old building is being moved and re
placed by a biick house.
Mil. J. II. Heove, an Australian
utookniuri, is on a tour among tho
plantations and lanehesof this island.
Ho is ropoited as saying that ho hud
never seen n finer piopeity than tho
llonouliuli ranch, that foinis part of
tho lands offered by tho O.ihu Coloni
Col. Noiris, whoso inignitory habits
nro proverbial, being booked for pint'
sago to tho Coast hy tho Foiesl
Oueon. bus shown anxiety as to
whether all the powder has been got
out of that vessel, lie has no desire
lot nn aoiiul flight from tho world,
unlcs allowed occasionally to come
back to read tho Dullbtin in his
favoiito chair at Noltu's.
PoLle'EMAN No. !( reports a little
native gill about three and a half
years of age, Kapttu by namo, fall
ing into the buy near the fish market
this morning. Tho child hud sunk
to tho botiom for tho last time, when
poveral native men dived and re
covered the body. Life was app.i
lently extinct, but after judicious
and patient ticatment the child was
lesuscitated and is now doing well.
Tin; schooner Jennie AValker, that
in rived this moining fiom Fanning
Island, will sail again next Thursday
for Gilbert Islands, calling at Greig's
place on the way to get his return
Gilbert Inland laborers. The schooner
will also visit Jaluit for South Sou
Island pioduce, and will lcturn to
Honolulu about .lime 1st. Captain
Lovell leaves by tho Jennie Walker
foi tho Pacific Navigation Co.'s t lad
ing station at Jaluit.
Mlt. A. J. Cart wright received a
letter from a friend of his by last
steamer, wherein it is announced
that the world-ienowned Signor Cam
pobello would be delighted to make a
tiip to this countiy, bringing a su
peib oputa company for a short sea
son, if our music-loving people would
extend the invitation and raise a
suitable subsciiption to warrant hint
coining. Sig. Campobollo's voice is
a baiitoue, and he stands eminent in
lespoet both of talent and gentle
Tub bath-house now building near
tho Marino llailway promises to be a
gieat boon to lovois of natatorial exer
cise in salt water. The building
will be 21x10 feet with two stories.
The upper lloor will be similar
to that of the Myrtle's boat house,
tho center ioom being used for tem
perance lefreshmcnts. On the bal
cony mound the refreshment room
will be chaiis and sofas for those who
choose to look on. The lower lloor
will contain dressing rooms and fresh
water showers. Tho swimming place,
(50 10 feet, will bo enclosed by u wile
netting to piovent the entrance of
huge fishes. A fee of 25 cents will
be charged for a single bath, and
monthly tickots will bo sold at a re
duced late. Theio will bo spring
boui ds and all such conveniences for
swimmers. Tho place will bo con
ducted in a strictly respcctablo way, as
the pioprietors intend to make it a
lesoit for ladies and children as well
Fkiday, Fob. 2Gth.
IIustaci: it Itonr.nrsoN moved into
their new ollice this afternoon.
Tin: dredge has been at work deep
ening tho bay for about three years.
Theiie is talk of forming a swim
ming club when tho b.ith-houso is
So.meiiody with a largo head thinks
a bicycle club would pay well in
Mil. F. Hanison began work on the
now Police Station additions this
Hawaii baseball clubjappoars to bo
the only one practising for tho ensu
Mil. AV. AV. AVarnor has joined the
A'oleano party by tho steamer Hall
A challenob gamo of chess will
probably be played in this city at an
euily date by two proficients.
A telephone dispatch this after
noon says tho rain is coming down in
toucnts at Kualaea, Koolau, and the
place is Hooded.
Juduinu by tho number of diay
tennis Hinged along Queen street this
afternoon, a vast volume of business
is about to bo set in motion.
Miih. Dudoit, now residing on Ala-
kea near Hotel street, will shortly
occupy Hon. U. it. iSisliop's mansion
on King stieot near Fort, where she
will continue to keep a private
boauliug house, but on a larger scale
than in her picsent location.
Mu. David Center was given a
complimentary supper by the AVai
luku Social Club, Feb. 19, on the
occasion of his depnrtuio from
Sprcckclsvillo plantation, whore he
has been head luna for tho past seven
yeiiis. Among u huge company pre
sent weie several Honolulu people.
Owino to a coldness in the water,
the Swimming Club bus adjourned
over this week. Next week the sea
son will reopen with a grand performance-.
Mr. Miihoney will try
extra-doublo somersaults, Mr. Cath
eait still wilder feats; Mr. Craft will
do the mainspring trick; Mr. Whig
ham dive after a feather broadside;
Mr. Steiner will hunt for curios ten
fathoms low, and Mr. Pfeifl'or for
peail oystois. Mr. Cathcart is to bo
orator of tho occasion, provided ho
can open his mouth under water.
In the Police Couit to-day, Ah Sam
was brought up on remand, chaiged
with stealing fowls belonging to
Major Hills. Tho account of tho
Major's discovery of his fowls on this
man's ranch was given in a former
issue. Tho prisoner sworo ho bought
them on tho market from another
Chinaman named Gee Hoy, then in
Couit, wheioupon Sam was dis
chaiged. Geo Loy was then ar
raigned for tho theft of tho fowls,
seven in number, and pleading not
guilty was remanded till March Hid.
Satiiuday, Feb. 27th.
pigcoiiB have adopted t)io
Tin: carts aio lagging too far ho'
hind the scrapers in the street-clean
Tub Japanese Consul's ' carriage
met with a disastrous smash-up this
morning. It is in Pago's yard and
looks as though it was struck by a
locomotive going at full speed.
Tin; candle race at tho Yosemito
rink lust evening was won by one of
the Heaver Saloon waiters, who
shielded the lighted cnndle with his
coat and sped around like tho " Fly
Mu. A. H. Kerr, painter, has hoisted
un ai tistie sign over his paint shop,
Queen stieet. On one side of tho
signboard the steamship Alameda
passing the bell buoy is painted and
on the other a large stag.
Tub skull with tusks of a Ha
waiian wild boar, killed on Hon.
Stun. Parker's ranch, Hawaii, is ex
hibited in Oats' window, giving occa
sion for learned demonstrations by
amateur native naturalists.
Oun repoitor found everything, at
midday, in tho Police Court, as
peaceful, mild, soreno and still as,
"the mist slumbering on yon hill."
It was pay day and tho buttons shone
brighter than usual in the glint of
Stuono E. N. E. winds and lough
seas raged at Koolau all the week
until 4 o'clock yesterday morning,
when tho wind shifted to the S. E.
Tho schooner Mauuokawai could not
receive freight at l'unaluu on account
of the weather.
Kipa, one of Mr. Mellis's newsboys,
has made an ambitious efl'ort at a
portrait of Gen. Giant in water colors.
Ho says it only took him half an
hour. If ho keep at the brush, and
have proper tuition, he may dis
A hesident speaks of starting a
collection to purchase the crown
jewels of Franco for this kingdom.
Ho thinks the only jewel hero is the
calabash, but theio are more things
in this realm than the geiiei.dity of
residents aro aware of.
A FoitTiioiiBsi: laborer employed
by Mr. John Howler, plasterer, at the
now Police Station, had coin and
paper to tho valuu of $21.50 ab
stracted fiom tho pocket of a pair of
trousers, laid aside while he was
working, in that building this foie-
Mu. AViseiniin loports that many
business men seen by him are very
willing to assist in bringing Signer
Campobello hero with a good opera
company, and theio seems to be no
doubt that the requisite amount can
bo subscribed so as to pcimit of the
Signor coming in April.
CAi'TAiN McGregor, of the steamer
Mokolii, repoits a terrific wind storm
on Kahoolawo last Thursday morn
ing. A'ast clouds of soil were blown
from tho land, completely envelop
ing the Mokolii and compelling her
to retreat. It appears that a tornado
had taken possession of the island
and played tho very mischief for
about an hour. Tho captain says
the weather was very good last night.
Kate Foote, AVashington corre
spondent of the New York " Inde
pendent," describing an "evening"
given by Mr. Chief Justice AVuite,
among other guests mentions " Mr.
Carter, the minister from the Sand
wich Islands, who looks much moio
English than the Uritith Minister."
Among tho ladies icceiving at a
"Kafl'eo Klatsche," given by the
Homeopathic Hospital to celebrate
its opening, tho same writer names
Mrs. Mott Smith.
Tim: inventor of tho puzzle "Tower
of Hannoi" offers $100 to any person
who correctly performs tho trick in
5!) seconds. There aro 255 move
ments in all when the thing is pro
perly done. The smallest disk,
termed " tho joker," moves 128 times,
the next in size 61 times, and so on,
each piece being moved half as many
times as tho one above it. Shifting
four pieces to a second would not
cover the time, and tho inouo.v
olfeied is pretty safe. Tho best time
made in Honolulu is two minutes
and a half, and then the board had to
bo sti upped to tho table and both
hands kept in continual motion.
John DoGraves' appeal from the
sentence of Justice Pickerton in the
Police Court, of $200 lino and 150
day's impiisonmout, for having opium
in possession, was tried in the Inter
mediary Court before Judge Pieston
to-day. Defendant was caught with
88 tins of opium enclosed in u lug in
his hack, coming from tho berth of
the brigantino Consuelo. Ho claimed
to have no knowledge of the contents
of tho bug, but to have been engaged
by a Chinaman to convey tho package
to another (Jliinuninn uptown. Tho
judgment of tho lower court was con-
tinned with costs, wheioupon defen
dant appealed further to the Supreme
Monday, Mar. 1st.
Maimjii comes in like a bird of para
dise in Honolulu: tho lion or tho
lamb is nowhere.
Kaltofen of AVainien has inado a
scientific failure thousands of liabil
ities and no assets.
Tub candle race at tho Yoomito
Pink Saturday night was won by
Tin: Central Park rink will pro
bably bo rented by the Government
for tho Honolulu militia.
Meshiib, Iaukea, Miirkhum and
Ik'itloinan wont gunning to Koolau
on Saturday and bagged 20 birds.
Tin: puzzle, "Tower of Hannoi,"
was correctly performed in two
minutes and 20 seconds on Saturday
Ladies' riding parties are of daily
occurrence out tho Pflluma road,
giving a guy appearance to that
Tin: AVaiakea Mill Co., Hilo, arc
going to experiment with crude
petroleum, as fuel for their locomo
tives, instead of coal.
Mlt. Needhain discovered a man
prowling round his house, Nuuanu
valley, the other night, but while
getting his gun the intiuder took
A ni:i'oiif was flying about this
morning, that the Minister of the
Interior had resigned. Enquiry at
tho Government building showed it
to be a baseless rumor.
Mus. Singer's bakery store, corner
of Queen and ltichards street, bus
received a coat of paint, and bake
shop and fences ono of whitewash,
making a gicat improvement in tho
appearance of tho premises.
Gubat interest was manifested in
the sale of the Poo Kanch property
on Maui, at auction by E. P. Adams
it Co. to-day. Hon. Jas. I. Dowsett
was the purchaser at $81,500, having
advanced on a bid of $81,000 by Col.
Mu. Clarke has shown us a cir
cular eaid, about 0 inches in dia
meter, containing about 20 specimens
representing 111 families of Hawaiian
ferns. They aio arranged in a very
tasteful manlier, producing a pleas
Ciieditoiih of Louis Kaltofen, of
Waimca, Kauai, pioved claims to the
amount of $1,027.85 before Judge
Preston to-day. The Marshal had
gone to this bankrupt's estate with
claims of $2,!1 15.50, but found not a
vestige of propel ty of any kind on
which to levy.
ItoAD Supervisor Hart says that if
the fellow that stole clothing from
his veranda the other night will re
turn the memorandum book that
was in a pocket of tho stolen co.it, ho
(Mr. Hint) will leave an old garment
and a plug hut on tho veranda and
ask no questions.
Mit. Hart, Hoad Supervisor, is
making extensive improvements at
tho foot of l'unchbowl. Punchbowl
street is being extended and a 40
foot bridge built over tho cieek. Mr.
Hart has also leplaced old wooden
supports of bridges with substantial
brick culveits at Maunalua.
A iibavy rain storm at AVainien,
Kauai, last Thursday did slight
damago to AVainien biidge and Hood
ed the country. Mr. IJeiniensehnei
der has received information diieet,
showing that reports of extensive
damage are exaggerations. Only a
few pieces of timber were carried
Mlt. Julius II. Smith, Supeiinlon
dent of Public AVorks, has made a
preliminary examination of a site for
water-works for Hilo. He has also
examined tho beach at Kailua, Keau
hou and Kawaihae, with a view to
locating proposed landings. .Air.
Smith returned from Hawaii yestoi
ilay, along with Mr. J. Drown, C. 10.
The investigation of the bankrupt
estnto of S. J. Levey & Co., gioeers,
wus further continued in the Su
preme Court before Judge Preston this
afternoon, Mr. Levey wus examined,
Mr. A. J. Cartwright, one of tho as
signees, with Messrs. C. Drown and
F. M. Hatch, counsel, being present.
At two o'clock tho proceedings were
adjourned till half-past ono to
morrow. Miss Florence Daibour, the invalid
California)) lady who sulfeied from
tho shock of the Planter going on
the locks at Niihau, she being a pas
senger, died last evening at 7 o'clock,
at tho house of Mr. Staples, Adaniti
Lane. Tho funeral takes place from
there at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
Friends of the lute Miss Daibour aro
expected by tho next steamer from
A house attached to a most elabor
ately painted c.uriage, with fancy
harness, was hitched -to the Chinese
Theatre on Queen street yesterday,
while tho owner boarded a vessel
lying close by. Owing to some
unseen phenomena the animal be
came stupefied, probably by tho
ellluvia emitted from a little squaic
hole in tho side of tho building, and
fell to the ground in a heap, breaking
tho harness in about seven places.
Two beautiful 'shotguns, tho finest
over impoited into this kingdom, aro
to-day on exhibition at tho olllces of
G. AV. Macfarliino it Co. They wcio
made to the order of James Olds and
Cluis. D. AVilson, by tho great gun
manufacturers of England, Messrs.
AV. C. Scott it Son. Tho guns aio
the finest that can ho made by these
celebrated manufacturers, and cost
$1150 each. They will bo delivered to
their owners to-morrow, and all
sporting men should not fail to see
and examine these fowling pieces,
before thoy aro taken oil' by their
Hon. AV. O. Parko returned from
Maui by the Likoliko yesterday.
There were seven foreign vessels
anchored at Kahului on that steam
er's anival Thursday last. She towed
tho Ferris S. Thompson out to sea
that day and a tern on Saturday,
leaving 'live vebbols waiting for sugnr,
that was being supplied as fast as tho
mills in operation could bo driven.
They aio making 80 tons of sugar a
day at Spreekolsville, but at ll.tim
there is not water enough to run tho
mill. Tho Peoipiooity mjll is well
supplied with motive power by a pipe
lending from a reservoir in tho moun
tains. All the mills in the district
icqiiiiing water, Mr. Parke says, will
liuvo to adopt a similar system.
Usually ia February thero is moro
dnne of am in tin t
i is year n st .'ere (irougni
has pievnil i.
lend of two
Tin: I In,
doll in a si
liar j Sw
in h:' jteni
ooiier Lot io Fairfie!rl
iiineio pas engcrs fron
tte" ropo-'s that Mr.
iton has l signed tl e
ncy of t lie Lunnliio
Vcverill bci ig appointid
Ti v C i'cf Justir yesterday
autho.ized i'ol. AS'. F. Allen, as l i
eoivvr of h" liana limitation en
Maui, to e end $5,000 in neecss.i .
inrigutiou w rks.
Mr.ssitn. Harry Arinitage and Theo.
Sovn m have left the employ of Mr.
J. Williams, photogniphcr. Th
former is ollccling for Mr. Pag',
while Mr. Sowrin is viewing tlio
Tin: Board of Education yesterday
accepted the lesignation of Mr. AVal
ter Hill, as Superintendent of the
Reformatory School, and appointed
dipt. G. K. G. Jackson, formerly of
the Dritish navy, to the position.
'I'm: name of Mr. ',. K. Myers as
agent of the now steam l.iundiy is an
assurance that the business will bo
faithfully and encigt ally conduct
ed. It is expected tint tho works
will begin upcintion about the 15th
John DoGraves has withdiavvu his
appeal to tho Supicmc ourt against
his sentence for having opium in
possession, mllicted by tho Police
Court and continued by tho Inter
mediary Court, 'fhe pi unity imposed
on him is a fine of $20) and thitty
days' imprisonment at hard labor.
Mil. George Lucas has been ap
pointed, by Chief Jti't'co Judd, as
administrator of the es .tto of the Lite
11. K. Underwood, under a bond of
$3,000. Mrs. Catherine E. Under
wood, the widow, live- in San Frui
cisco, and tho lcnmin-. i.f the deceas
ed aro to be sent to tho Coast for
A mixtino of s' irUi'icn was laid
at tli Hawaiian uto' last owning,
to liiLc into c( .isiileiiiiiiiu ways t. id
menus for dl n , 'Camehami nu
Day, June iith, at K .ioluni Park.
It was decided to h.t o tho usual
midsummer turf meeting on that
occ.uion extend ovei tvv days, Friday
and Hiktuidny, the ll'li and 12th.
The promoters of tin. meeting arc
sanguine of having the grandest
seriet of races over held heie. Soino
very supeiior stock will bo foith
coming at the time, mid nothing will
bo left undone to ei. ire complete
Wednesday, March 3rd.
Mu. .1. Williams is liotogrtiphing
all tho schools in cla" -.
Tin: fish-market is bung fitted with
now stand and llooiiii".
Hevyy i.iius at
sttciig X. V.. winds
are ri.puit.d by tho I
u the chilli 10I
'I hi: 21 (asks of si. i un
oil lan ed
heie by tho whaler Abi ham Darker,
several dayi, ago, aro valued at $1,7 13.
A WELL-KNOWN pi II O tlirciltl'i Cll
the editoi i the " Pic- " in tho ol.iee
of that pa; r, tvuco ye .onlay wit'i a
No sug.u could be taken by tho
steamer 1. linn at K-ikaiau on ac
count of the iiiili-; csitiou of tho
donkey en .neat thai j luce.
Six months' haul la' ir for a fowl
skaler fills a lmig-fi ' want. That
was tho pi unity inflicted by Police
JiutKo Piicli-tton on 'Jheo Lay this
morning, for stealing fowls from
Tm: King is going to Hookenn,
Hawaii, by the steamer AV. G. Hull
next Tuesday. Ho will bo accom
panied by tho b'Uiil, that goes to tako
part in a Sunday school demonstra
tion at tho same place.
AVhii.e His Majesty was driving in
his cani.igo this noon tho hoiso
stumbled in fiout of Ityan'x boat
shop, but immediatjy regained
his feet. In tho cour.'e of uu hour
or so it was. reported ubout town that
tho King was thiowu from tho cai
liago and hurt, which was untrue.
The "Press" is authority for tho
statement that thieo liilliuns one a
Poitiiguese, tho othets' nationality
unknown attempted to 10b a lady
on Deietunia uicct, near Thomas
square, on Monday night. Their
dii'-tardly efl'ort was foiled by tho
timely appearance of a gentleman,
who used fist mid cauo with such
effect us to make then, retreat.
Mil. Charles Creigh'on, son of Mr.
II. J. Cieighton, edit ir of tho "Ad
vuliser," to-day sub nitted to Cnief
Jii'tice Judd his diploma from tho
H.istingf. Law College University of
California, together wi.h his lice ises
to piact'nc in tho coiuts of California.
His Honor thereupon oidcrcd that a
license i-suo under dulo of Match 4,
for Mr. Cieighton to practise law in
the courts of this kingdom. In the
bhoit time since hi arrival in this
country, Mr. Cn ighton bns produced
a vi ry favorable impiessiou on those
who have had (ho phasuro of meet
ing him, mid there is little doubt
that ho will bo a v:i 11-esteeined nc
qunitiuu to tho Huwuiuu bur.
The Dritish ship Stirlingshire,
fioiii Livmpool, via Madeira, with
iniiiiigri ills, ai rived d' port last ( veil
ing. Tho ship is 11 1 days from tho
bret named poit an I 05 days ironi
Madeira, She has 418 Portuguese
than ru ab
laborers who will bo landed to-morrow
morning and in the afternoon -utercd
at the immigrants' depot, prepara
tory to being shipped to tho (limita
tions. Seventeen Poitugticso passen
gers whoso fares vvero paid by rela
tives here, have also como y tho
Stirlingshire to join their fi milies.
Eight Scotch ciofters with thrco
dogs havo oomo by tho ship for Mr.
Gibson's shcop ranch at Lann Five
dedhsand sewn birtln occu red on
boaid since leaving Madeira The
Stirlingshire is about 1,2C0 tons
burden.and having considernl ebeam
dr iws but 14 feet water. Shi will be
towed into port this ovenini'. She ,
has a clean bill of health. T io Por
tuguese on board aro said to Li about
the best lot of laborers uver landed
Tui'HhDAY, Mar. 4th.
The schooner Liholiho arrived this
morning from Niihau with all of tho
Planter's machinery except the
Yesteiiday uftirnoon the inmates
of the Leper Hospital, Kakituko,
were treated to a concert by tho
The Library chess club party was
disturbed the other evening by tho
appearance of a huge centipede,
causing the whole company to mount
chairs like so many women. ,'
Htiflo Knwelo, tho Hawaiian youth
who has been learning tho ircn-work-ing
business with Mil rices, AVntson
it Co,, GliiFgow, bus returned homo
by the ship Stirlingshire, much bene
fited by the voyage.
Louis Gambii, an Italian, formerly
chief cook at tho Poynl Hawaiian
Hotel, died in one of the hotel cot
tages yesterday. Mineral services
wire held at the Domaii Catholio
Cathedral. Tho body has boon em
balmed and will bo sent to the Coast
SunciurTiONS are being made by
members of the Hawaiian Jockoy
Club to u fund for having a board
fence elected all round tub race
course at Kapiol.ini Park beforo tho
great meeting of Juno 11 and 12. It
is estimated that this impiovcmcnt
will cost $3,000.
A whole orchestni of musical in
struments, of divirs putt ems, is being
put on bo.nd the schooner Jennie
Walker to-day. dipt. Lovell, tho
slipercargo, when he grasps the uc
cordeon will make the wild waves
tako seats in tho gallery and tho
stonily petrels shriek with envy be
hind the scenes.
A dividend of one dollar per sharo
has been declared by tho People's
Ico and Defrigerator Co. The now
officers of tho company aro if follow:
J. M. Sass, President and Manager;
P. M. Sass, Vice-President; AV. E.
Foster, Secretary and Treasurer; J.
II. Paty, Auditor; J. M. Soss, J. K.
AVilder and AV. E. Foster, Directors.
An attempt was niado siaiotimo
last night to enter a Chinaman's
shop on tho corner of Deret nia and
Muunakoa streets. A boaru in tho
rear was perforated with a.i auger
across its whole bieadth, n that it
could easily bo removed. Si nothing
must have caused tho hoiib breaker
to retreat before ellecting In object,
as the boaid was left in its p ice.
At tho meeting of tin Married
Men's Dateb.ill Club ycsten'uy, tho
name was changed to Denedict, nnd
the following officers were elected:
President, J. G. Spcucor; Secretary
and Treasurer, J. M. Dowsett; Cap
tain, J. D. Castle. Practice will begin
shortly, anil tho Leu g no matches in
Apiil. Tho Mukil.i recreation grounds
have been impioved and furnished
with water at an expense of $300.
The League will meet for election of
ofllcers on AVedn -sdny next,
Jlu. John Miirkhnm's mitivo boy
discovered that ioiiio fowls were miss
ing from tho premises, Mounalua,
this morning. He came down town
to look for tho birds among the marts
of Chinatown, and was rewarded by
finding five of them in the posses
sion of a Meek street merchant
naniid Ah Qui. Tho Chinaman was
giwn in chnrgo of the police, and on
being taken to the Station House
said he bought tho chickens from a
nutivo boy. After being registered
tho licensed was permitted to go out
to look for tho lad in question.
Mil. AViseman ivill to-monow begin ,
a canvass of lea Jilig citizen, to raiso
n fund of $1,500, tho amount required
to bring Signor E. Campobello hero
in April with the following opera,
company, nuuioly: MissMny Mitchel
Spring, tho Jorun sisters (3), and Mr.
Sobustino Hill. Theio is not much
apprehension felt that tho requited
sum will not bo obtained. Mr. Cart
wright has had a private 1. Iter from
a friend abroad, testifying to tho high
reputation thu Signor bus won in
Eui ope. Other prominent residents
know tho members of the company
lo bo genuine opetatio artists. Thero
will bo six concerts in tho series, to
bo given on alternate nights.
Ahout noon to-day u native named
Kauai was taken with u sovcro attack
of hemorrhage of the lungs, while
walking on King street near Oastlo
it Cooko's stote. He was nssisted
into his house in tho renr of that
plnco, where a roportor found him
sitting on thu floor in a pretty weak,
state, and, asking him through an
interpreter brought in from the street
if ho did not wish tho Hospital
physician called, was answered,
"Aolo;" that ho would bo bitter when
relieved of tho blood, nnd it niudo
him feel bnd to go to tho di ftor. Tho
poor iiiitn looked vory emnnated, and
those who know hit) case uy thoro
is not much eliunco of his surviving;
thu night. Ho had a dim. ir attack,
flvo yeurij ago,
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