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... as he has in Honolulu, the company ill no doubt hr as equally well patronized cie . it ha In en here. . he liooi excurs n party arrived by staying at the Hetc1. he Alameda, and are A large number of them proceeded on the steamship Kinau o volcano.
Tuedav to viit the masterGeneral Greshaui has completed ar range men ts for the extension of the fast mail t Omaha.
The details are as follows The new service will be over the Chicago, liur j lington and Quincy road, the first train lea ting at a. m. and reaching Omaha at 8 oclock in the evening of the same day.
This train will take the mail brought by the fast tiain from New York, which leaves thwre at 830 i. si. and arrives at Chicago at 1230 v. si. the next day.
The new train will catch and deliver mail at all stations evi route.
The result will be a. saving of twentyfour hours time between New York and Omaha, and all points wst of Omaha to the Pacific Coast, as the fast train connects at Omaha The two whalers cruising outside, the Mars and the Hunter, had trouble Monday last.
In the first place, three of the Mars crew swam ashore on Saturday last.
They were arrest ed and placed in the lockup for safe keep ing.
On Monday the crews of both vessels re fused to do duty. A committee of four men from the Mars found their way on shore, and interviewed United States Consul D.
McKinleyEftq.
They stated their grievance, the gist of which was they wanted liberty, or in other words, a run on shore.
The Con sul told them that they could not have lib erty here, as it was against the wish of the Captain.
They were insulting in their lan guage towards the Consul and made threats, upon which Mr.
McKinley had them arrest ed and placed in the station house.
That night there were seven of the Mars crew in jail and threo of the Hunters.
The former vessel went to sea on Tuesday, when her men were put on board ; the Hunters men were similarly dealt with when she was ready to proceed north.
The rumors that were cur rent yesterday that blood had been shed and the lives of the officers were in danger is un true.
It is nothing unusual for whaling vessels to Irave disturbances of this kind when they lay 4ioff and on the port of Ho nolulu.
The following is a programme of the rhet orical exercises that took place at Oahu College on Tuesday last Song Rural Delights School Declamation Gettysburg. William JForbes Composition Sir Walter Scott Winifred Baldwin Recitation Abraham Davenport . Nellie Waterhouse Composition ilocky Hill Kate Rogers Song May Day . Glee Club Recitation The Last HymrjAddie Peterson Composition A trip to the Moon. . . . Horacd Hall Composition What the Man in the Moon Thought Mary Hitchcock Declamation The American Flag. Oler Carter PecitationApostrophe to the Ocean Annie Cleghorn Trio The Violet Mrs.
Hanford.
Emma and Alice Ren ton Composition A Crambo Party. . . . May Atherton Revitation Josiah Allens wife at A. T.
Stewarts May Dillingham Declamation William Tell to His Native Mountains Edward Mossman Declamation The Moors Revenge Horace Chamberlain Recitation Huw he saved St.
Michaels Hes3ie Dickson Song Oh!
Hush Thee my Baby. Glee Club From our San Francisco files we learn that Thomas Quirk, a late resident of this city and formerly wharfinger of the Pacificstreet wharf.
San Francisco, and indicted by the Grand Jury on seven charges of embezzle ment, pleaded guilty in Judge Toohys Court j to having embezzled 93 73 of the States funds.
He denies ever having been m a ring with either Gray or OBrien.
He suspected that Grav was stealing, but did not think that OBrien would stoop so low.
He said that he always lived tip to his salary and of ten beyond it and that drink was the cause of hi downfall.
He admits that he embez zled the money during campaign time and when he was a little hard up He will probably escape with a sentence of three years.
The sentence was to be passed on Monday the 17th instant, two days after the S. S.
Alamedi left San Francico.
News was received Saturday last from Col.
Iaukea.
He reached India on 29th Febru arv. and wa then at Bombay, from whence he would go overland to Calcutta. A tele gram dated 3rd March, addressed to the Minister of Foreign Affair, announces that he was then at Colombo.
Though it con j tains no detail, it is believed from its tenor that tho result of Col.
Iaukea mission to India will be found t be of importance.
He will robably reach Tokio a few days hence, j and may bo expected home about the mid die of Mav. ; We clip from th?
Baltimore Sun of Feb. I id. the following notice of a Hawaiian pos tal money orderthe first ever paid at the Baltimore Postofiice.
The firs; Hawaiian foreign money order ever received in Haiti more reached the postofiice yesterday from Honolulu.
Sandwich Islands, for S20. It was issued on January 30. The money order j is very much like the postal notes in the United States, the amount to be paid being l 1 T . . . , 1 1. . 1 til fl OT 1 . 1 w r. I ! . , , r , from five to fifty dollars.
The royal coatcf j j arms and tropical verdure decorate the i ordr. ! Th1 horses disposed of at Messrs Lyons A Leveys auction sale on Monday j brought the following prices.
One 2yearold , t ! bay colt, tired by Wild
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Source:        http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn82015418/1884-03-29/ed-1/seq-3/

Publication: PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER (1884)
Notes:         Text recreated from OCR scan.