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VOL. IX. NO. 1282.
HONOLULU, H. I., F1UDAY, MARCH 8, 1895.
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Administrator, 20X Merchant strf et.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, 1W K'lt-lm
THE S S. KAHULUI.
Sho Drops In from Knhulul to Com
plete Her Cargo.
Tho S. S. Kahului, Captain Mit
chell Lyron, arrived oir port from
Kahului this morning and came to
anchor. SI10 was brought in and
her nuehor thrown out between the
lighthouse and Pacific Mail wharf.
This was done as a precaution in
case the southerly wind becoming
stronger would bump her against
tun wharf. Ono hundred and twenty ,
fathoms of chain woro put out, but '
was insufficient, and tho auchor had
to bo taken in again. This delayed .
the doekiug of tho steamer.
The Kahului left Kahului yester
day evening. Sho has ou board
eight hundred tons of sugar and
eamo to Honolulu to finish loading.
Her sugar carrying capacity is be
tween nineteen and twenty thousand
bags. Tho passonger aeeommoda
tious are comfortable Stio can ao
commodato tweuty-four cabin and
fifty steerage passengers. S. Perry,
t toward on tho steamer,, is a very
obliging fellow, nml is apparently
well likod. He was formerly on the
S. S. City of Sydney, and is not a
stranger here. Following is a list
of tho Knhului's ofiicers: Captain,
M. Lyson; chief oillcor, Parker; sec
ond mat, Swoiifou; chief engineer,
Macmillau; assistant, Cloak; second,
Orundell; third, Jacobin.
The Kahului is owned by tho
Spreckuls liros. with Captaiu Chas.
Nelson as managing ownor. Cap
tain Lyson is a nephew of Captain
Nelson, and was formerly master of
the Hawaiian bark Loahi. Ho loft
that vessel to take charge of the
Kahului. Tho avorago speed of tho
steamer is UJ knots an hour. She
, will take about two thousand bags
1 of sugar from the steamer Pole. Sho
is expected to get away to-morrow
afternoon (or San Francisco. The
steamer was besieged by a crowd of
curious people this afternoon.
OHE FA RAID.
Officer Ktapa Captures a Comploto
Tho oho fa gamesters are starling
up again. Ou Sunday last Ah Tan,
Lau Heo and Ah Hiu, three well
known Chinese, began operations ou
Pauahi street, Chinatown. They
introduced a new system which they
thought would batlle tho polic.
Four runnors were employed whoso
duties were to go out aud collect
tickets and bring them into the
bank. Tho runners were to go sin
gly, each man being allowed
teu minutes. No outsiders were
allowed to deposit a ticket with tho
bank, other than through tho rim
ner8. The game wont on serenely
until this morning, when officer
David Kaapa made a raid on the
"bank, capturing tho wholo outfit,
tho three baukors aud four runners,
besides more than fifty dollars in
small coin. In a room adjoining the
banking room a lot of looso coin
scattered all over tho floor was found
by the oflicor. Besides the evidenco
money, cho fa papers aud books
wore Touud. Tho men woro locked
Officer Kaapa states that a num
ber of cho fa banks have started up
receutly, and it will only bo a matter
of Umo when thoy will bo broken up.
OKF FOB A VACATION
Two Natlvo Police Hurooa aro Sent
to tho Volcano.
Lieutenant Holi and Polico Officer
Lokana, tho two men who wore
wounded in tho conflict with thu
rebels at tho liurtelmann premises
ou Sunday night, Jan. 0, tho first
night of tho trouble, have beon
given a vacation, thoy having not
fully rocovered from their injuries.
They left this morning by tho W.
G. Hall for a month's sojourn at the
Volcano. Holi is still suffering in
tho side where the bullet struck
him, aud it is bolieved ono of his
rib3 has beon shattered. Ho may bo
unablo to resume an active position
ou the force.
Tho Marquis of Salisbury says that
tho enormous growth of protection
in Franco and Germauy has every
where checkod British commerce-,
aud demanded that they should uo
longer delay the opening up of a
now territory in East Africa.
Gold Watshand Bioach Ktolen from
About three or four wooka ago
Mrs C. L. Hopkins had stolon from
her Kahabaauiaua reiidenco a lady's
gold watch and a boar's tusk brooch.
Mrs. Hopkins had moved from that
place and wa residing in town. She
sont her sou down to Kahakaaulana,
and ho made thu discovery. The
matter was reported to Captain
Larson, but thatollicial being other
wise engaged he was unable to at
tend to the matter.
Yesterday tho eao was put iulo
tho hands of ollicer David Kaap.t.
Tho ofllcer immediately began work
ing on the ease. He visited the dif
ferent Chinese jewelry stores iu
town, and filially located a lady's
gold watch in a Chineso watch
maker's shop on Nuuauu street,
nearly opposite Qoo Kim's store.
Tho watcliuinker stated that tho
watch hail been sold to him by a
native boy. Tho otlicer borrowud
tho watch. He saw Mrs. Hopkins
and asked her if sho could identify
her proporty. She repliid in tho
allirmative, and was shown tho Holi
er. Tho lady immediately identified
tho article as her proporty. Thu
native who had sold tlio untch to
tho Chinaman was found nud he
confessed to the theft. Notliiug
could be gained from him, however,
as to what ho had done with the
brooch. It is believed, however,
that he has made a present of it to
kis best girl, and it will not be long
before the sleuth hound will be
upon the trade of the mi,sing
ASSAULT IN THE STATION.
Ono Pollcoman Strikes Another a
There was a fistic encounter bo
twoon Captain Jim Sheehan. of the
mounted patrol.and P. O'Sullivan, a
patrolman, at 5:30 o'clock yestorday
morning in the Deputy Marshal's
office. It appears that during tho
night previous O'Sullivan and a com
panion mot two other patrolmen on
tho road aud began a conversation.
Captain Slioohau happoned aloug
and noticed the members of bis
squad standing there, wheu they
should have been patroling on thoir
beats. He used somewhat fiery
words and ordered them to move ou.
O'Sullivan said ho had just met tho
men and would move ou immediate
ly. Tho captain disappeared iu the
distauce anil no moro was thought
about the incident. O'Sullivan.
Captaiu Warsou andothois ntiiruuii
to tho Police Station and were iu
tho Deputy Marshal's otlicu wheu
Captain Sheehan camo iu. As soon
as O'Sullivau en:v tho captain ho
gave vent to strong language. Shoe
nan's Hibernian blood boiled aud
he made a rush at O'Sullivau, plant
ing a right-handed blow on his
muth, which knocked out two front
teeth and cut Ms lips. O'Sullivan
fell and Shoehan was only provouted
by two native policemen from fol
lowing his man up. O'Sullivau will
not prosecute the captaiu.
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How to Oupo Rhouinatlam.
Aiiaoo, Coos Co., Oni:aos, Nov. 10,
181K1. I wish to inform you of the
great good Chamborlaiu's Pain Balm
has dono my wife. She has boon
troubled with rheumatism of tho
arms nud bauds for six mouths, aud
has tried many remedies prescribed
for that complaint, but found no re
lief until she used this Pain Ilalm;
ono bottlo of which has completely
cured her. I take pleasure in recom
monding it for that trouble. Yours
truly, C. A, Bi'LLOim. HO cent aud
$1.00 bottles. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith k Co., agents for the
Fino Horao Soon.
Tho famous stallion July was
takon through on the S. S. Arawa
rohtorday in charge of II. Dent of
Now Zealand. July has boon pur
chased by tho California horseman
J. B. Haggiu, and is being taken to
Sacramento July comes from the
Middlopark Stud Co.'b ranch, Christ
chundi, Canterbury. He was foaled
in 1881. Sir Modred, a brother of
July, which parsed through hero
some time ago, is also the property
of Mr. Haggiu. Tho stalliou was
visited by a number of horsemeu on
the Arawa yestorday.