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Hawaiian Gazette (Newspaper) - March 12, 1895, Honolulu, Hawaii VOL. XXX., NO. 18. HONOLULU. U. I.. TUESDAY. 12, WHOLE NO. 1636. Hawaiian Gazette, Semi-Weekly ------PUBLISHED BY------ HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY BVERY ABD FRIDAY HORKIHG Geo. H. Paris, Baaineaa Manager. Wallace R. FarrinHton, Kditor. 60 5 00 6 00 SUBSCRIPTION Per month.................... Per year...................... Per year, Foreign......... Payable Inrarlable In Advance. JMgTAddreea til' corr.rcunications Bawailan Gazette Company P. O. Box O, I PROFESSIONAL. Mercfaantatreet. A. ROSA. And Agent to take Acknowledgments. OFFICE: -13 KAABIWAKU STBSE, 1893 Honolnlo. H. I. _ _ 5 w- R. CASTUS, Notary Prtlle. Attends all the ConrtB of 18B8 the Kingdom 3. MAQOON, Attorney and Counselor At Law. 42 Merchant Street. Honolulu, H. I. King and Betbel Streets, Honolulu. H. I., and Commiiiion Merchants, HYM.AH BROS.. ZnMrteri of General nox FBANCK, KNQLAUD.OBBMANY AND THE UNITED STATES. U78-y No. 68 Qneca Street. Honolulu. H- T, HYMAN BROTHERS. Commission Merchants. 306 Front Street, Son Francisco. Particular attention paid to filling and sh pplng 1J78 Island orders.____________t F. A. SCBAEFER dtCO. Importers Commission Wire's. 18S8 Honolnln, Hawaiian Islands, y H. HACKFEUD CO.. General Commission Agents, 1856 Queen 8treet.Honolnln. I. 7 0. W. BtACPARLANE Importers and Commission Merchants, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, -----ASSNTS FOB----- s, Watson Co., Scotland Street Iron EH OAYIES Co.. Importer! and Commission Blaralxants, i AOBITIB roc Lloyd's and the LlverpoolUnderwrtterg, British and Forelgrl Marine Insurance Co. MM Assurance Company, y WILLIAM 0. SMITH, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 66 Fort Street, Honolulu. __________________18I6-y______________ H. W. SCHMIDT SONS, Honolulu. Mfi. W. F. ALLEN, HiS AH OFFICE OVBB MESSRS. BISHOP of Merchant KimhnitiBtm na will be phased to attend CBlneapentrusted to him.___________1356-6m G. HUSTACE. (Formerly with B. P. Bollce Co.) (Wholesale and Retail Grocer, 111 King Street, under HnnnanyHall. Family, Plantation, and Ships' Stores sap- piled at short notice. New Goods by every iteamer. Orders iroxn the other islands faith- TBLXPHOXX 110 II. E. A BRO. Grocery, Feed Store and Bakery, Corner King and Fort Streets, 1856 Honolnlc. H. I.________ 7 THE WTSTBRN AND HAWAHAK _ Money loaned for IODR snon ON APPROVED SECURITY. Apply to W W. HALL, Manoecr. BW" BlQffc KortPt. T WILDER CO., Crnor of Fort and Queen SteeU, Honolulu, Ball a SJM kt SVIBSCELLAWECUS. K. [LIMITED.] Importers and Dealers in Hardware, Plows, 1'alnts, Olio and General Merchandise, Wm W Hall Preslduut aud Manager BO WUJtO-. Treasurer WmF Allen Auditor TUos May 4nd T W Hebron Directors 1856 Corner Fort and Kin? Sts y B. I.EWERS. F J. LOWHET C. M. COOEE. B. E W K BC f-J COOKS. Successors to LEWEIIS iDiousou, Importer) nd Dealers in Lumber, And all kinds of Building Materials 1356 FonStreet.Honolnln. y Three Japanese and Two Chinese Publications Here. T1 VK I K <_ UI II HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO Steam Coolers, Iron, Brans and Lead Casting Machinery of Every Description fff- Made to Order. Particular attention paid to Ships' Blackt Bmlthlng. JOB WOBKexecntodon theohortes- 1356 notice. 7 IECPOSTEB AND DBA LEE IN OEK3BAI MEBCHAND18E. Queen Btreet. Honolulu _____ y 1356 j. BL vnuTJfUY. M. D., D. D. B Booms on Fort Brewer's, Block, corner Hotel and Fort 1856 y streets Entrance, Hotel Btreet. C. E. -W1XUAMS, Importer, Manufacturer, Upho'-eterer, AND DEALEB IN FURKITUBE CF EVERY DESCBIPTIOS. Pianos and Mnoioal Instruments. 1869 105 FORT STREET.________1? V. S. QRINBAUM CO., OP------ Gen'l Merchandise and Commission 1856 Honolqltn. H. I.___y M. S. GRINBAinff CO., No. 215 Front Street. San Francleco, t nl. Post Office Box 2603. 1856 __________._____Z_ HAWAIIAN WINE CO. FRANK BROWN, Manager. 38 and SO Merchant Street, Honolnln, H.I. BISHOP COMPANY. BANKEBS. _ DHAW BSUHANQE OS THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO ASD THEIB i GENTS IH New York. Ctolcasro, Parts ANT Messrs, DI.N. Rothschild Bone London The Commercial Banking Co. of Sydney, In London, and Sydney. The Bank of New Zealand 1n Auckland, Christchurch. Dunedin and Wellington. The HonebotiR and Shanphal Banking Cor- poration In Bonpkonff and t-hanphai, Cnlna; and Yokonama, HloRO. and Nagasaki, Japan. The Bank of British Colombia in Victoria, Van- couver, Naruxlmo, and Westminister, B. C. and Portland, Oregon. And the Azores and Madeira Islands. ISSfr-y _ DR. R. W. ANDERSON, SUCCESSOR TO DBS. ANDERSON LUNDT DENTISTS, Hotel St., opt-. Dr.J. ADMINISTERS" MEN Dr. LIEBIG CO Special Doctors for Ohronlo, Pri- vate and Wasting Disease. TSrTTTETB'iT Intfgotator the greatest remedy for ScmlDaf Weakness, Loss of Manhood and Private Disease, overcomes Prematnreness and prepares all for marriage life's duties, KDi iesi onsibllUiee; trlt 1 botUe given or sent free to fay ODO describing symptoms: call or address 400 Geary bt., private entrance 405 M eon San Ftancleco._________________a 16 rm yoa of tbe great pood CbamLi rlaiu'n Pain Balm linn dcoe my She has been troubled with rheumatism of the arma.Bi d bcnda for S't months, and has many renifdies pre scribed for that complaint, found no relief nnt.il she i Lu-t Paio Balm; one botilo of which lina com- pletely cnred her I take pleasure in recommending it for that Yonrs trnly, (J. A BULLOUD 50c, iir.d 81 bottles for sale by all dealers BENSON, SMITH Co. Ageatu for H. I Shortly after the ADVERTISER went to press on Monday morning a mys- terious explosion startled those who were about at that early boar. Inves- tigation showed that it occurred at a house owned by a native named Ka- halewai at Kamoiliili. Police Cap- tain Scott found an old native named Papa, who lived in the bouse, but who bad been awakened the evening before by his blankets taking fire fftnauoll stove. The old man was scared at the occurreuce and after put- ting out the fire aud throwing tbe oil atove out of doors, went to the house of a neighbor, some 200 yards distant, where he spent the night until awaK- ened by tbe noise of the explosion. To this actlpn oil his part be probably owes bis present existence. The bouse is an ordinary two-roomed cottage with lean-to In the rear. The explosion took place either in or under tbe lean to, part of wblcb was used by tbe old man as a sleeping place and the rest as a kitchen. Tbe force of tbe explosion knocked tbe rear portion of tbe house into kindling wood, pieces of tbe wreck being picked up yards away. Ev- ery window in tbe bouse was shat- tered, tbe rear door leading to tbe kitchen blown off its binges, and even tbe panels of the front door blown out. In spite, of the most rigid inves- tigation, no cause can be assigned for tbe explosion. No one who lived on or about tbe premises had any idea of any powder being there, Although considerable blasting was done in the vicinity some time ago. Tbe police have advanced the theory that the explosion came from one of tbe bombs dropped by Nowlein and his party, who were arrested close to the pre- mises. Even if it were eo, tbe mys- tery of bow it became ignited is still unsolved. VOLCANO PICTURE SOLD. Mr. Hitchcock's Painting Will Go to England. Howard Hitchcock's celebrated picture representing the blow-hole at the Volcano has been sold by Mr. C. D. Chase to the Hon. James B. M. Lingard Monk of the Con- servative Club, London. This painting, one of Mr. Hitch- cock's best, represents the active blow-hole that opened on the rising sides of Halemaumau in April, 1894. It presaged another "Little Beg- a marked feature of Kilauea as late as 1887. The action of this new opening was, however, short lived and last- ed barely two weeks. Fortunately tbe artist visited the Volcano during its activity and from sketches and studies then made painted this picture which, as a realistic representation of furi- ous activity and suppressed vol- canic force has not been surpassed in his own work, nor even by that of the late Tavernier. Standing as near the fire-vent as is safe, with the internal glow lighting its rag- ged edges, supplemented by the indications of fire already showing over the edges of the main fire- lake above in tbe gathering dusk, one feels transported to the scene itself, almost conscious of the rum- blings and vibrations of the hidden forces beneath the broken surface of the darker lavas. In the dis- tance, just showing, is a portion of the surrounding crater walls, while the sky shows murky and discol- ored through the rising vapors and sulphurous gases. This picture, is a faithful repre- sentation of one of nature's sub- lime forces and may well be class- ed as one of the artist's best ef- forts Arrested on Suspicion. Four police officers visited the Mail wharf yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock and walking up to tbe place where the sailors of the Gay Head were at work on the casks of provisions, arrested three men on suapicion of having started the fire which almost destroyed the vessel The men seemed to take things very quietly and went to the police btation without any trouble. A special officer hau been at work on tbe case since the fire and has been instrumental iu assisting the captain to ferret out the supposed- perpetrators. The names of the men are Wm. Bresley, Eiker Ewkowter and Wm. Gehmann. STILL MISSING. The Abducted Chinese Girl Cannot Be Located. Several members of tbe police force and a number of the friends of Ah Chew are busily engaged in looking for Quai Mney, the thirteen- year-old Chinese girl, who has been missing from her home on Nuuanu street since early on Saturday morning. Ah Chew has stationed men at different outlets from the city at bis own expense to guard against the girl being taken to the other eide of tbe island, and says he will spare no expense to find her and bring her abductors to justice. It is Much Affected by the Boat Boys. OfHcer Patterson on the Dif- ficulty of Making Arrests for Gambling Oflenaea. "See those fellows over there io that boat on the Kinan's said Harbor Policeman Patterson yesterday afternoon. "They are bending over now and have their eyes directed on a spot near the center of the circle which they form. Now you see them sit np. Some are disappointed and there id one who seems to be in good spirits. They ara playing at a game of chance called 'Russian War.'" "A small piece of canvas with six figures in aa many squares is spread oat before a lot of gamblers. A player pats his money down on a certain one of the figures. A box containing three dice each, marked with the same figure repre- sented on the canvas, is shaken. Should a figure on one dice corre- spond to the one on which the 'player' has placed his stake, then the banker is forced to give him the amount called for. Should two dice turn up with the same figure the player gets twice the amount from the banker. In case of three, the amount is trebled." "I have been watching the pro- gress of this game for the past week. The crowd that you see yonder is made up entirely of na- tive boys whose-4ges do not exceed twenty years. They never seem to be doing any work, and yet are al- ways 'flush.' Where they get the money from is a mystery to me. I have sent persons around to watch the game and these have reported to me that the stakes run as high as a dollar. Of course the banker is the winner in the end, as usual. "The boat is a very convenient place for them, since they can hide the gambling apparatus whenever any police special approaches. Again, they have full survey of all the approaches. As soon as I get anywhere near the place those ras- cals at once get up on the gunwale of the boat and commence discus- sing the news of the day. "Nothing can be done unless they are 'nabbed' in the act of gambling, and that is not so easy as it looks on first sight. Yon can see them from a distance and you can hear them talking about gambling, but to catch them is an entirely different matter." About 5 o'clock yesterday, owing to information sent to the police station, a squad of mounted and unmounted police surrounded Wilder Co 's lumber yard and captured thirteen natives in the act of playing this game. They were escorted to the "police station be- tween two files of police, to the de- lectation and wonderment of paseers-liy. A story started ond gained credence that a mutiny had occurred on the whaler Gayhead and that the whole crew had been arrested, but it was not so. In conversation with one who knows, the AmFKTisER representative was informed that the term "Russian War" applied to this game is really a corruption of "Rouge et the game played at Monte Carlo, Hornhurg and ether fashionable gambling resorts. iWSPAPEM
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