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VOL. IX. NO. 12915.
HONOLULU, H. 1., THURSDAY, iMARCIl 21. 18!)5
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in fact it improves by standing a few
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light reflector in dark basementi',
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AdtjiHs far tlie Hawaiian Island
The business of the country is
Bottling Into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver lias returned
from his vacation, tho cows in tho ,
f mature switch Hies instead of bill
ots with their tails and tho cream is
richer in consequence, Wo Lwliovo
wo havo satisfied ovorv ono of our '
customers who have t alien milk from
us and we are in a position to sup
ply a great many more. The people
who from choice or necessity visited
Wnialao during tho past two weeks
have had an opportunity to see just
what sort of diet our stock feeds
upon, and no longer wonder at the
richness of tho milk from our dairy
! Our facilities for delivery aro the
bust. With tho exception of a day
or two early in tho lato uuploaant- '
ness our drivers have alwavs been
on time at our customers' residences, i
Wo take this opportunity to thank i
those who have been patient with us I
, and to solicit a continuance of their
patronage. We will be iiluasod to
fill nil orders telephoned-to us aud
guarantee all milk to bo pure and
frro from adulteration. i
Tub WAIALAE RANCH.
TALK BY THE MASTER.
Has a Complaint
Tho general public ha, by tho
medium of tho uowspaporn of thin
city, been informed of tho facts that
tho whaloship Gat head was on fire.
thnt tliu fivit u ni lint nt'ftiilftnt.il mid
. ...... .... .. ., .-... .... ... . ...-..... ......
that threo of tho crew woro arrestod !
on suspicion of being tho inceudi-1
aries. But tho general public hai
not boon informed of tho fact that
tho supposed incendiaries, arrested
cm n aivnrn cmiitdnint. worn liluirMfiii
without trial, on tho more ipio dixit i
city so of tho American Consul and '
Marshal Hitchcock. Such, however, '
is tho fact and, although tho throe '
fire-bugs woio arres'cd by duo pro
cutf of law and confined for a brief '
period, yet, to save the "trouble" of
trial and tho probable wear and tear
of tho tneulal abilities of tho Consul,
mo utroo men arrested, aitor au ox-
"arte examination, and at which ex
aiuiuaiioii me caiHiiui 01 ino vessel
was not permitted to
theo mon wero given
and uoie ngnm forced upon thocaro
of the captain and as companions of
n crew who dreaded their presence.
Notwithstanding tho fact that tho
captain had ptesented these men
for trial as Inceudiari, notwith
standing th" fact that there was
good nnd sulliciont evidence to con
vict the men, and notwithstanding
the fact that the UMial prosecutor
in the lower court and a traiuod
lawyer, was himself satisfied of tho
tenor aud strength of tho criminat
ing evidence, tho three men charged
were wilfully liberated and sent back
to tho homo which they had at
tempted to destroy, aud this not
withstanding thocaptaiu'ri protest.
This statement is presented in print
for the simple reason that tho cap
tain has no recourse here when hia
consul is too tired or to lazy to in
terest himself in protecting the in
tereRti. which ih captain renrosontit.1hto mM1 wor 8u,l'J !
auu tho hiatus of facts warrants tho
publication as an inside view of tho
mannor in which crimes may bo con
doned and criminals freed whon the
little; but great, American Consul is
Before closing it will probably bo
well to particularize that durinu' tho
ex-parte examination held by the
consul, he statotl (as reported to the
captain) to the charged incendiaries
mat, it t uoy returned ou hoard the
ship again it would be made a little
'"hell" for thorn, thus iusinuatini'
that, if opportunity olfored, they
should run away. Ho. tho careless
(or ignorant) cousul had already
compelled Captain Shorey to dis
charge ono man who the oflicial of
Uncle Sam had stated was a fit
hospital subject but which man
after discharge, ami after being
a few days in the hospital, is now
walking around the streets a subject
either for charity or as a means of
profit to the Consul in boiug ship
ped as a sailor on a vessel to 'Frisco.
Finally the discovery of tho bored
holes, below the water line, discov- '
ered only lately.provos without doubt
that none of the crew who had to
stand the heavy weather of the past
weok at sea in thoir iloatiug homo
would have mado them and that cir- ,
cumstantial evidenca points very ;
strongly to th? "pots" of Consul
Mills being also connected with at-
tempted scuttling as well as incendi
arism. Wm T. Siioiiev,
Master hark Oayhead. (
Honolulu, March HI, 1893.
COMMITTED FOR MURDER.
Tho District Magistrate Declines to
Btato tho D.ree.
Patrick Culleu, tho youug man
from Knalaea, Koolau, who hnsboen
on trial in the District Court during
tho past two days for the murder of
a Chinaman at that placo, was com
mitted for trial to the Circuit Court
this morning. Although charged
with murder in the first degree,
Judgo IVrry held that it was not in
his juricdietion to specify whether
defendant should be held for mur
der in tho first or second tlegree. J.
A. Mngoon, who is making a hard
liht for tho yount' man, has asked
that his client be allowed bail, and
his reqiie.it will likely be allowed.
The Daily llulletin, 60 etnti ptr
miiWA. iMiwrfd bv enrritn.
Throe Men From the Oayhond Have
a Scuttle With tho Police.
William Hroslin, William Gehr
tnaun and Walter Kkerenkotlor,
three of tho crew of tho whaling
bark Gavhoad, wore taken to tho
boat landing at noon today by Oili-
rors Uordos, Hart and Hammer.
in,wiinior was to sot sail lor tuo
Arctic, and tho mon who havo been
locked up for refusing duty wero to
returned. tJaptam bnoroy iiur-
cliasHii iiaudcullri uptown Willi wlncli
to havo tho men mannolfd on ac
count of their uijly ilispositiou. Tho
trio loft tho station in charge of tho
nflicors shortly after tho noon hour.
Rounding tho corner ittto Xuuauii
street ono of tho men said, "Let's
play tho cops a triekl" No sooner
said when tho outside sailor gave a
push nnd tho trio fell in toward J.
Emuiohith's glass window. Oilicor
Hart caught tho mon just in time to
ave the glass ami rushed them out
into the middle of tho street. Tho
whalers resented tho handling and
tho otlicors had to resort to force.
If the men had not boon haudcuirod
there would havo been serious trou
ble. There was ouo powerful man
in tho crowd who kicked at tho oili
eers and would havo made them feel
I ho weight of a pair of heavy boots
Captain Shorey was waitiuir for
the ihoii at tho boat lauding. They
demanded to see tho United States
Consul, but this was not allowed.
They had alrondy been granted au
interview and tho Consul had order
ed thorn to return to their duty.
The men wero rowed out to tho
whaler in the ship'n boat.
Tho (Jajhend returned from a
cruito otr the island yn&terday. Dur
ing tho cruise three auger holes were
discovered on the starboard bow of
the whaler. She did not make much
water and tho holes were eventually
plugged up. It is suspected that tun
,,rt lo. the whaior a low- days ago
aud also of an attempt to sink her.
It is not uulikely that Captain
Shorey will find out vho aro
responsible for these attempts to
destroy tho whaler before he returns
from tho Arctic. Tho vessel wont
to sea this aftoruoou.
BIO SHIP ASH0RK.
The T F.
Ookoa Qoua Aground
The American ship T. 1 Oakes,
Captain Iteod, went aground just be
low tho lighthouse at live minutes to
2 o'clock this aftoruoou. The vessel
is in bnllast from San Francisco aud
came to Honolulu for a cargo of
sugar for New York.
The T. F. O.ikes was in tow of the
tug Kleu. There was a pretty still
breeze blowing in tho cliaunel aud
the tug had a good haul coming in.
Near the lighthouse the tug failed
to make any headway whatever and
tho ship drifted ou the reef.
Where tho big vessel is stuck is a
Tho steamer James Makoe was the
only vessel in port which had any
steam aud Superintendent Campbell
soon had her in readiness to assist
Tho James Makeo loft tho Pacific
Mail wharf twonty minutes after tho
T. F. Oakes went aground. Caplnin
Campbell and Fred. Whitney of W.
G. Irwin & Co. wont out ou her.
Tho Makoo anchored to wiudwntdof
tho Oakes and a stout hawser was
paid out to her. No sooner had the
lino been made fast when tho vessel
swung off. Tho tug towod tho ves
sel to an anchorage near the O. S. S.
Co.'s wharf. There was quito a
crowd on tho wharf to sue tho big
vossel camo in.
Read the following extract from a
lottorof Chas. M. Gutfold, of Heed
ley, Fresno Co., Cal.: ''It is with
pleasure I toll you that by ono day's
uso of Chamberlain's Cough remedy
I was relieved of a very severe cold.
My head was completely stopped up
nnd I could not sleep nt night. I
can recommond this remedy." A
cold nearly always startB in tho head
ami afterwards extends to tho throat
and lungs. By using this remedy
freely as soon as tho cold has been
contracted it will cure tho cold at
ouco and prevent it from extending
to tho lungs. For sale by all dealers.
Bouson, Smith h Co., ngouth for the