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ELEOTIOM OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Qlrman Benevolent Society
held on January 31, lb'iS, the following
OUlcers were dnly elected, v!t. :
Hon. H. A. Wldemanu
. , Trvatnrur,
, ,, . Auditor,
. . Trustne,
. ,, Secretary.
J. F. HackMd, Esq
H Bclmltio, Ktq
H J. Nolle. Esq....
J. F. Hackfeld, Kan
J, F. Eckardt
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CURI08ITY DISAPPOINTED. .
I Crowds Gather to Sco Prisoners Ex-
' ilfd by the Mariposa.
j Thuro was nn unusually largo ,
j crowd at tho Occauic wharf yester
day afternoon at tliu departure of
I the S. S. Mariposa for San Francisco.
Rumors had been flying around town
during the day that several of tho
rebel prisoners would bo deported
I by her. Auioug those conjectured
wore W. H. 0. Greig, Carl Wide-
man n ami Louis MarshMl. The
road leading to tho wharf And gang
way was liuod with people wearing
anxiousand curious looks, awaiting
tho arrival of tho trio. Relatives
and iutimato friends wero on the
steamer and nn tho wharf. Some
watched tho Oahu Prison with in
tense eonceru for tho nppearauco of
; anyluiug unusual Happening there.
Those men were not shipped, but
i are still in prison.
At 1:!J0 o'clock Captain Scott and
Clork Hammer of tho policndonart-
tuont drove to the wharf in a hack
' with ono of tho robol sympathizers,
Edgar Frantz. Tho Gorornmout
had docidod to giro him the option
?Tf leavine tuo country, and ciork
Hammer accompanied him to sea.
l rnntz bolonirs to tuo U.h. .Navy,
his last placo being on the U. S. S.
Charleston. Ho doserted while that
whito cruiser was in port here.
THAT PINE GUN TRACED.
i ItB Custodian is a Sailor on tho Ki
i lauoa Hou.
Senior Captain Parlmr has gained
doGuito information of tho whero
1 abouts of tho second silver-mounted
; gun carried by the rebels iu tho late
' uprising. Limahope, tho nativo ar
' rested for treason, to-day confessed
' that ho had tho gun, having been
' given it by Robert Wilcox. Lot
Lane had possession of it up to tho
, time of the encounter in Manoa Val
i loy. Limahopu stated that ho had
, siven the gun to another native
hying in Niolopa, Nuuanu Volley, to
u.uu. v nav uuu v. iv.iwa tk-
i lowers over tho mountains nnd was
ono of those who partook of the
dog feast. Sinco parting with Wit-
cox Limahopu has been traveling in
' the mountains and only on Inst Fri-
uay uki ne come to town, tio as
sured tho authorities that ho could
I show them whero there was obund
anco of game, such as plover, wild
, duck, etc., besides Gsh iu mountain
I Tho nativo to whom Limahopu
gavo tho gun is a sailor on the
steamer Kilauea Hou. When sho
I arrives this afternoon the man will
be arrested aud roquired to discloso
the hiding place of the much-covet-ed
Later. Officer Kapaa arrested
the man when tho stoainor touched
the wharf, and ho promised to show
whoro the gun is concealed.
FLUKINO FOR WAIANAE.
Xo Rap'aco a Supply Lost in
Wreck of tho O. N. Wilcox.
Ono hundred and eighty cases of
galvanized iron 11 inning arrived by
the S. S. Mariposa for tho Waianao
Sugar Co. Tho fluming is imported
from Gormauy by way of Australia.
The material is to roplaco that lost
in tho wrock of tho Gorman bark G.
N. Wilcox on tho coast of Molokai.
This freight was got out on the
wharf early yestorday, aud is being
put on board tho stoamor Pelo to
day for transportation. Tho Pelo
will leave on Monday afternoon for
Judge Cooper has appointed S. K.
Kahai as guardian of Ioauo, a minor
ana ono of tho dofoudants in tho
suit of E. K. Nahaololun aud Kia
Nahaololua vs. Kaaahu (w). S. K.
I Kahai, 0. B. Koco, Lai Say, G. Long,
loauo by his guardian ad litem Ho
lokahiki, and Holokahiki. for a sup
plemental bill for partition. Tho
word is sovou years of ago aud his
guardiau Holokahiki has died.
Must Out Their Hair,
Football ployors of Butler (lud.)
university, who aro also mombors of
tho college .military company, aro
wild ovor rccoivhifr ordors to cut
thoir hair. A Btote inspector visited
tho cadets and docidod that the
boys must employ a barbor or quit
SUPPOSED DEAD MAN ALIVE.
Lottar Recnivod From a Rebel Ro-
Tho nows had been scattered
broadcast in tho local props and else
whoro that Pukila, ono of tho rebel
leaders, was killed in thu conflict
with tho government troops at Mo
uoa, aud even his grave was located.
It would thoreforo bo n great sur
prise if Pnkiln turned up alive and
well. The polico authorities have
good reason to beliove Aat such a
surprise is in store. Pukila is be
lieved to bo in hiding on tho other
side of this island. Ho has written
to the head of the Poola society, of
which ho in a member, requesting
him to caro for his two children anil
furnish thorn with all they need.
Pukila has money with tho society.
Tho letter camo from Laio, Koolau,
within the past two days, and tho
polico took up the caso this morning.
In winding uii his letter Pukila indi
cated that tho missive was in his
own handwriting, and not a messago
from the other world.
PASSES IN OREAT DEMAND.
Chineon nnd Japanese Want to At
tend tho Thontro.
Chinese nnd Japanese hove been
flocking to tho marshal's oilieo to
day to secure passes. A few woro
granted by Deputy Marshal Brown
during tho early part of the day, but
tho number increasing the appli
cants wore soverely questioned at to
why they wautod passes. Tho Chi
nese replied that thoy wanted o go
to the Chineao Theatre to-mvlit,
this being the last porformanco to
be given by tho troupo. Ono Japa-
nese said he wanted to go and hoar
tho Chinese opera. The deputy
marshal after hearing these state
ments decided not to give out any
more puses to Oriental, uoioro
making inquiries. He understood
that the theatre was closed, but was
iuforme(i by the
pagge8 thatJ tho ,
managers oi the
thoatro had n license for seven per
formances, tho final ono being this,
MUSIO AND ELOCUTION.
Humorous and Dramatic Rocltul by
O. J. Whitney.
Tho program for C. J. Whitnoy's
recital at V. M. C. A. hall this even
ing is as follows:
Too I.itu for the Train Durdvtte
The Haven Poe
l'of. IVMiuallo (U. S 8. Philadelphia).
How ltuby Played Adams
Little Orphnnt Annie Blloy
Messrs. Onlway and llenno.sey.
Tho EilItor'sUuoKls.. . .Will Cnrloton
Marc Antony's Unit on. . .Shakvapcaru
Noarly Caroled Oil
C. S. Bradford, reporter of tho
Advertiser, and A. McEyoy, the
"Scotland Yard" deteotivv, camo
near being taken ou to San Fran
cisco by the S. S. Mariposa yestor
day afteruoon. They hod gono out
on tho steomer oxpecting to return
in tho pilot boat. Outside thu har-'
bor tho pilot got in tho boat with
out their noticing aud tho Hue was
let loose. Bradford happened to bo
looking over tho rail and saw tho
boat rowiug away. Ho acquainted
Captain Hayward with thoir un
pleasant positiou and the steamer
was stopped. Happily Pilot Shop
herd was iu good humor, aud the
boat was rowed book to tho stoamor
for the men.
A Coaling Foat.
On tho 10th November the Port
Said and Suez Caual Company per
formed a pieco of work which is con
sidered to boot all previous records
! in coaling iu any part of tho world.
It put over 000 tons of. coal into tho
bunkers (not a lb. remaining ou
dock) of tho now P. and O.S. S.
I Caledonia iu 70 minuteB. Sydney
Tho Military Commission did not
hold opon court this morning, owing
to tho great amount of deliberative
business bofore it. The Court mot
in secret session to dispose of casos
already hoard. Thoro may possibly
be a session this afternoon.