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VOL. IX. NO. 1279.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1805
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J. O. OAIITKH,
Administrator, 2nx Merchant street.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, WJ PJiMm
A BELVEDERE DESFRTER.
Ho Takos thn Ontb and Was to Join
Tho steam whaler Belvedere which
loft for tho Arctic on Saturday do
parted minus ono of her crew, n man
named Otto Nolle. Notto( swam
ashore from tho whaler while sho
was lying outside tho reof. Thoro
were two of them who braved tho
danger of being eaton up by sharks,
it being a hotbwl of these monsters
through which tho mon had to swim.
Netto s companion was caught a
f.nv .lava nftnr liia i-scnrm nml turned
over to tho ship. Although a re- j
ward 01 5IU was olioreu lor .Nellies
arrost he could not bo located, and
tho Belvedere sailed without him.
Yesterday Otto Netto camo into
ton n ami took thn oath of allegianco
to tho Republic before Henry Smith,
chief clerk of tho Supremo Court.
It was Nctto'n intention to enlist in
tho National Guards to day. Ho
was recognized, howevor, as a do
( serter and was handed over to tho
fiolice. Netto state, ever since Lo
audod ho has boon living with na
, tives at Kamoiliili. They treated
him kindly, giving him all tho food
! ho wanted.
Deputy Marshal Brown made im
mediate arrangements for shipping
tho deserter on tho ship Kouilwoitu,
bound for New York. Tho sailor
hAd no objections and wont before
THE INDIANS FIGHT.
"liro Water" Causoa tho Grow of
the Mascot to Disagree.
Thoro was a row on board tho
British schooner Mascot between 11
and 12 o'clock last night, between
members of the Indian crow. The
mon had apparently been paying too
frequent visits to tho ssloons up
town and wore pretty well "loaded." '
Captain Lorenz of tho schooner
heard tho scufllo and angry cries in
the hold and wont forward. Ho en
deavored to separato the lolligerent
parties without success. Finally tho
assistance of tho pollco had to bo
called in. As soon as tho Iudiaus
saw tho men with tho brass buttons
they quieted down and shortly after
peaco reigned supremo.
Tho Mascot left today for tho
Japan Seas. She was unable to got
away yesterday on account of tho
master not having concluded pre
' partitions for her departure, viz., iu
tho purchase of ammunition.
Opium Shlppt-d Away.
J. B. Castle, Collector-General of
Customs, had twenty-four cases con-'
taiuiug opium taken from tho Cus
toms warehoiiHO to-day and sent to
tho Pacific Mad wharf to lo des
patched by the S. S. Miowora for
Victoria. Thoro wore two trunks in
cluded in the lot. Hundreds of tins
of tho contraband stuff wero con
tained in the boxes. Theso wero
sealed and wero tho last to bo hoist
ed into tho main hatch. P. B. Mc-1
Slocker, Deputy Collector of Cus
toms, aud another customs odicor
accompanied tho dray carrying tho
cases to the steamer.
Tho Steamer Balls
Tho Canadian-Australian Steam
ship Mionera, Captain Stott, did
not got away for Victoria and Van
couver until nearly noon to-day, al
though sho was advertised to leave
at 11 o'clock. The Government baud
was at tho wharf and discoursed
lively airs up to tho time of tho
steamor's departure. Tho southerly
wind prevailing made it difilcult for
tho steamor to got to sea. Her rud
der frame fouled ouo of tho piles of
tho wharf, loosoniug the pilo. Sho
got away safely, however.
Bead tho following extract from a
lottor of Chas. M. Gutfold, of Hood
lev. Fresno Co., Cal.: ''It is with
pleasure I toll you that by ono day's
Dw. w ...vU..B..iru,.i
...na v. ln...w. A ia.n. .
My head was completely Mopped up
and I could not hlet-p at niglit. I
can recommend this romody." A
cold nearlvalwavshtarts in tho head
and afterwards, extends to tho throat If you waut your watch repaired,
and lungs, By uing thin remedy If ou want jewelry made up neatly,
freely as soon as tho cold has berni I If you want souvenir spoons, or any
contracted it will euro tho cold at i thtug in the jewelry line. II. G.
once and prevent it from extending Biart, nt CGeitz's More, Fort Btreet,
to tho lungs. For sale by all dealers. I is your mail. Ho was for ten years
' Benson, Smith & Co., agents for tho ' the practical watchmaker for Wen
Hawaiian Islands. nor A Co.
Thoro was a meeting of superin
tendents of kindergarten . work at
the parlors of Central Union Chttrah
yesterday. Mrs. Fred. J. Lowroy re
ported 01 pupils enrolled in tho for
eign kindurgnrlou, mid that it was
Mrs. O. II. Oulick, for tho Japa
nese school, reported SO pupils, all
of whom pay something this being
tho only branch where this is done.
Mrs. J. W. Damon lias chareo of
tho Chinese school, which is on tho
Mrs. Hobron reports fid nutiils on
tho roll of tho Portuguese school,
which is crowded for room.
Miss Stetson teaches a private
mission school on Hotel street,
which is under tho oversight of l.ov.
P. W. Damon.
An encouraging interest in kinder
garten work was reported from tho
other islands, and it was regarded
probable that schools would shortly
bo started at Uilo.
Tho schooner Ka Moi, of Allen &
Robinson's white winged ilet, re
turned from Hawaii without a cargo
early this morning. Sho left this
port a few da s ago aud anchored off
Kniliia on account of tempestuous
weather. Tho schooner sailed again
aud while oil Kohala her lining jib
boom aud bobstays carried away.
Sho was unable to mako tiny head
way and was forced to return. Tho
schooner Kaulkeaouli was mot aud
tho Ka'Moi's Kohala freight was
transferred to her. Tho Ka Moi
then put back for Honolulu. Tho
captain assorts that tho weather ex
perienced was JiuLBtormiest ho bus
over oncountorest Jti sears.
m 9 m J
Royliat With a Revolver.
A telophono message reached tho
Police Station this afternoon that n
druukon nativo was creating a great
deal of noiso on tho Waikiki road
opposito Sunny South. Captain
Cordos of tho mounted patrol
promptly respouded and arrestod a
man named Maukoli. Before bund
ling tho man into a hack tho captain
searched him and found a brand
now ll-calibre English bulldog pis
tul iu his back pocket. Four cham
bers wero full and two wore empty.
Tho man boasted on tho way iu that
ho was a royalbt. and would yot
shoot somebody. Ho was charged
on the Station record with drunken
ness. An Artist to Boturii
13. A. Hegg, tho artist aud pho
tographer, took passage by tho S. S.
Miowora to-day for his homo iu
Whatcom, Washington, after a sev
eral mouths' visit iu Honolulu. Mr.
Hegg intends to settle up his busi
ness there and "return to Honolulu,
whero ho will establish a photograph
gallery in partnership with A. W.
Holster of the Aloha Gallery. Mr.
Hegg is a finished artist, as evidenc
ed by tho work ho has done during
Not Allowed to Oo.
M. C. Bailoy, clerk for Lewis J.
Levey, was to have left on tho S. S.
Miowora to-day for Victoria, but at
the last moment Marshal Hitchcock
refused to allow him lo go, Mr.
Bailey's baggage was on tho wharf
ready for shipmeut. Ho was unable
to give any reason why his passport
was stopped. Mr. Bailey was lodged
in jail some lime, being suspectctl of
kuowing something in connection
with the recont trouble
Tom and His Pistol.
Tom Durroll, a colored, waB arrest
ed last night for assault with a dead
ly weapon. Ho visited tho house
of a native woman at Kapuukolo bo-
twoon 8 aud 0 o'clock, and during a
uoatou coniau puned out a ihhoi
a . - .. - .
and pointed it at tho woman. Dur
roll has beon six c'al policeman for
some time. Ho was released this