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Supplement to the Saturday Press, May
following h tlio Hoard of Jlo.ilth's small-pox
lwri, with list of deaths, for tho week ending 1;
ilny, .May fith, nt 1" it.:
Small-pox cncs reported since last report
Chios previously reported
lotnl small-pox cnsos reported
Number (if deaths since lat report
.Number previously reported.....
Totnl number of death
I Incttl In quarantine since Inst report, nt Kohololou
At residence ',' ,'
Tlitccd In quarantine nt Int report '...'.'.
Itoleiued from quarantine, kiikuns. .'.'.'.,
" " Chine"",...,
Total In quainntlue this date ill!)
About ! to bii discharged to-day.
J. A. II 9siNEit, Secretary.
M8T OF DEVTIIH SINCE I.IHT HEPOItT.
Knltinnlo, inf mt, 0 woolen (jiiir.intine Hospital.
Ah V on, w., 1 1 years, " "
N'oa Knikalka, I:., r yearn, " "
Kauinkawai, w., r years, " "
Keliihoopii, k., IT, years, " "
IJituIoln, lioy, !I inontliB. " "
Akoni, k., IB ycir.s, ' "
Knpai, k., yenrn, " "
.Mary, v., iVJ years, " "
.Maliinu, k., 18 yn-.irH, ' , "
Koiki, w., 10 years, " "
Taaluhi, k., M vo.im, " "
Kclokoma, k.,'A jcars, " "
I'elokanc, lioy, I yenis, ICaneoho, Koolaulo.i.
Kiiknlohe, k., 1". years, Wnlhiakio.
Henry Williams, boy, a years, Knpakima.
Kaniaka, w., Knneolio, Koolauloa.
Itoport of tTio Smtill-Po.c Hopltnl
For tlio week ending at 8 , it. of Friday,
.uuy uiu, io.li;
Tntlonls In hospital April stith
li.-celvcd from town j
llroUuiiiit on premises S
Itimilnin:; Mnyntli 08
IiimlJitio.i to ths nb;,vo, thoro nru l'J8 koknas
and ci'inruitiiied p-sr.ioin other thin pitienta;
nuking n total of l'Jlout e-premiHOT exclusive or
employes. Cturxrw T. ltouti-iM, M. D.
Honolulu, .May Gth, 18:11.
Mortimiy Report for April, 1881.
Hex. Nationality, -j
Ages. B jSi-i ,1 I
" K - ' - I 1
s -i s a 5 ss i
Under 1 year ' 11 5 ir, I....1.. Hi I
U'rom 1 lo r h 7 12 i .. " I.. 15 1
" to iu 2 i r i i.. n ..
" tO to ) I b 1(1 1 1 1.. 12 2
'-UtolH i:ll 18 :i 2.... 1 .J.. 21 :1
" toll ii 1 3 .. i.... hi i a
"JO M mi 11 5 Hi I 1(1 2
"3d to CD 10 10 3 1., is 3
't0 to 10 1 2 .. 1 S.J.. II S
Over 70 7 2 U '.. II 7
Totnl tUIStOOlr. 3 3 I uTfllSaSll
CoMIWIlATIVn MilNTIICl MoIlT.lUTV,
April, lb77, Heaths. i April, ISM, Deaths,
April, 1S7U, r.7 April, IK!!, '
April, WW, "13
Uum: or Death.
John II. lluow.V,
, Agent Hoard of Henlth.
Health Department, Honolulu, April :w, 1BSI.
Kiiiron Kitohday l'itE3i: Iii your piper of laat
wook I road that tho pisn io bativeon New York
mt J Qmansto.vii wa4 in ulo by tin llrit.iiiuk in tho
nnprece.ldiitud timo of li d iys anil 10 hours I In
1S70 I lrippauad tomiko tha p 144 ta intho.lri
zohh in 7 days, 8 hoars and It inimitos, which, at
tint . time, w.w tho (piickost timo over nmdo
botweou thoio parts. 'I'ha following wero each
July2:!d, 28 hours 10." miles
21th, llaht wind n beam, :m
" 2Sth, " " ahead 100 "
' SBtli, " " fillr, lostry 3S2 "
" Silli, " " clear SMi "
" 28lh, ,.JI, '
" iKItli. up tn lllp. 111 118 "
UiiIcks upon kooiI evidence, I must doubt
whether this timo lias been buatun, and would
thank you to publish if you lmvo tho data, each
days run, as nbou. Yours, II. O. IUix.
Tho notico of tho run nmdo by tho Wliito Star
Ilnor Urtitimitc in C dnys, 10 hours, was quoted
from tho Xural Aixhllettur nrticlo of Iron of Fri
day, .March 11th, 1K81, under tho IioiuHiiki " A
Itumarkablo I'liasaeo." Tlio knots run in oaoh
diy 1110 not (tivon, but it state.- ihnt tho shin iu
imoitloii " sailed from Quuoiistowii on Friday,
Fob. i"tli, nt -t:l) i. M., mid arriretl nt Now York
011 Fliday moruiuu, .Mar. tth, nt -::W a. m., liavitii;
completed tho passauo in six days and ten hours."
Iron is ail old established papor mid U looked
upon as n good authority in all matters concern
iu " scleuco, mctaU and iiiaiiiifncturo iu iron and
steel." Tho untioo of tho new Cuimrd steamer
Seretn which wo published lust week was from tlio
rtanio paper; if wo mntmbtr itrighl it was reported
that this siiiio Ihitmiiiir mado cloven passages
across tho Atlantic iu ono year, making nt avtriuje
of moro tliau sixteen knots for tho wholo jour's
Honolulu, May itli, 1681.
KniTou Batuuday I'uess : Will you please pub
lish tho following articlo for tlio puitKi.se of remov
ing any falsu iiupressious that may hnro been
created by nil article which appeared In the A'litr
thti; unjustly retlcctini; 011 Capt. Whilnoy, and
myself, who was officer of the deck at the timo tho
Jitunilt was wrecked. The writer conveys tho
impression that there was no 0110 on tho lookout.
In reply I say thnt 0110 of tho best and most reli
ablo men belonmiiK to tho ship wad on tlio look
out. Ho then says that tho Hhip must lmvo been
running for hoiuo timo along tho outside edcoot
Ronndiniri beforo slie was tnken by tho squall.
When the ship struck she was heading H. K. Any
iliteltigent persons acquainted with Biich matters
will immediately see by referring ton chart of
larawn, on a largo pcale, that alio must lmvo
entered tho whlto water or edge of BoitniliiiRS nt
right niiglcs, thereby conclusively proving that she
could not have been running along tho eduo of
soundings nt nil. Tlio dlslMico from wliero sho
struck to the edge of MHiiidinuH was about half a
mile. 1 he ship was coing six knots i that would
givo her abont live minutes to travel tho distance
from tlio timo sho entered soundings. It is 11 well
known fact to thoso who nro acquainted with
thoso islands, mid o.iral islands in genor.il, that
two ship s lengths from tho cdio of soundings you
will ilnd from sixty to a hundred fatiionn of
water, mid the absurdity of throwing tho load iu a
heavy squall that had bten browing during tho
wholo watch H appirent. If tlio bolt 1ul111ir.it in
tlio hnglish 11 ivy had h.ul tho deck at tho timo tlio
result wonld lmvo been tho same.
Capt. Whitney iscaptblo mid able to speak for
himself, but 1 will siy this much; that iieisa
good ship manter, nn ablo navigator and n perfect
gentleman, nnd would grace the qunrter deck of
any vessol whether government or otherwise.
Chas. F. Huhscll,
Lttu Chief Olllcar of bark Uuwail.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Ily tho arrival of tho b.irkentiue June A. Fulhin
burn on Wednesday evening, bringing S.iu Fran
cisco paiHra to tho 10th iiist.uit, wo aro enabled to
givo our re tilers tho following Into itemsof foreign
I '.vnts, April 10th. Advices from Tripoli confirm
the reports of tho massacro of Colonel Hitlers'
expedition, livery Frenchman perished after n
courageous resistance against overwhelming odds.
1'aiiis, April ll'th. A disp itch from tho Governor
of Algeria states that .1 p.irtiou only of Colonel
Fl itters' expedition wore massacred, tho remain
der being prisoner! in tho hands of tlio Knilowis
of Omirgla. It is believed that Colonel Flatters
himself is n prisoner. The Kadowis intend to de
mand nn exchange of prisoners, they surrendering
Colonel Flatters mid tho other nipinbers of tho
expedition, provided tho French surrender some of
their women and children whom they hold.
Hunusf, April 12th. It is reported that N.i'nkis
sar, tho most advanced fort on tho ro.ul to Jlerv,
has been taken by surprise mid captured by tho
Tincomiiu, and tlio entiroltussian garrison killed.
Constantinople, April lth. Earthquake shocks
of o-jusider.ible violence havo begun again in Seio.
15-irely twenty houses remain habitable in tho
whole island. Villages aro destroyed, and tho
populitiou in many localities hive absolutely dis
appeared. Ijondo.v, April lllth Morning. Tho 7Vim' Scio
correspondent says: I have now visited or ob
tained information regarding nearly nil tho vil
Ingesin tho southern half of tho island, and I be
lieve the number of killed for all tho villages iu
question does not much exceed 1000, and netlitiiis
New Yoiik, April tilth. A. special cablegram says
that the whole of northern Albauii it! in insurrec
tion, and that lii.OOO men are marching against
Dervish 1'iisha nt Scutari.
St. l'f.TKii.siiui.o, April llth. A number of Nihil
ists to-night attacked tho troops guarding tho
prison in which tho condemned Nihilists aio de
tained. Twenty Nihilists wero captured, with
bombs 111 their iiossession.
l'-ius, April li'ith. Hotln-child's house hero havo
giwu notico to tho Italian Government of its in
ability to issno a loan for tho resumption of specio
payments ns long ns the dilllculties between Franco
and Italy aro not entirely smoothed away.
St. l'ETKnmiuno, April lulh. All tho Nihilists,
except tho woman Helfin-.iuu, condemned to death
for connection with tho Czar's assassination, viz.,
Itnssakoir, Mlchaeluff, Kibtillsoliitisct, Jellaboff,
nnd Sophio I'icotisky, weio hanged at 10 o'clock
this morning. MicliaelofTu rope broke twice.
Order was not disturbed. There was nn immense
concourse of spectators. ,
Loniion, April lfilh. Tlie doctors and sailors
from American ships puticularly dihtinguiahed
themselves in tending tlio wounded at Scio.
Wasiiinoton. April tilth. The Government re
sponded nobly to tho nppeal on behalf of tho
Dakota sufferers with food, medicine, nnd tlio
means for transporting tlio sick nnd helpless.
I'rosidont Garlleld will deliver tho nddress nt tho
Over l(!,000 men aro at work on tho Sullivan
Palmer ltailroad iu Mexico and Texas. It is re
ported that liiiedo will bo reached in June, and
Monterey by December aist.
Tho number of immignmts that nirived in tlio
United States during March was 11,1.1, of whom
lD.OOO were from Germany and !!000 from Spain.
Tho number arriving during nine months ended
Marcli Hist was 3.M-.. Of these, 10-.000 wero
from Germany, 87,000 from Canada and !,000
Denveii, April tilth. The .NVira bus uu interviow
with a prominent citizen iust returned from tho
Unconipahgro Agency. Ho Bays all tho indica
tions point lo a Uto outbreak at an oarlv day. Tho
settlers lmvo their cabins loopholcd and sleep on
their arms, iu anticipation of trouble. Thero nro
about 70 families in Unconipahgro valley, nail only
100 soldieiK at tlio cantonment, whilo tho Utes can
muster 700 warriors. Tlio settlers havo petitioned
tho Governor for protection.
Yankton, April 14th, Tho river is stationary.
Thoso drowned out aro Hocking hither and getting
Government rations nnd aid. Two thousand Ilvo
hundred need aid here, and MKX) below Vermillion.
Tho Hood 011 the Dakota side covers 7,000 acres,
tho whole region being thickly settled. Yankton
is dniuaged only on tho levee, whero thero has
been a great deal of destruction of steamboats mid
warehouses. Capta ins Lavender nnd Noblo have
returned from a four days' cruiso over tho bot
toms, having saved 410 people.
Ottawa, Out., April 1 tth, A terrible disease hns
broken out among tho Chinamen employed on tho
Canada Pacific ltailroad works iu Dritish Colum
bia. Tho oaso of a Chinese cook at a place known
as Dig Tunnel will servo to Illustrate tho nhnso of
tho malady. Ho sat down, iippnruntly well, to eat
Ills dinner. His feet began to swell, and tho swell,
ing extended up his legs and body, reaching 11 vitnl
nart hi ten minutes, nnd ho tumbled down dead,
Iu less than II f teen minutes. Iu this way people
nro dying in dozens, and already moro than ono
hundred lmvo been carried off.
Nkw yoiik, April loth. ItoporiH of lucomliiii
craft show that the storms now prevailing aro even
worse than thoso of midwinter, and have bcon un
usual iu duration mid Iu range. Vessels from tho
South American Coast and tho liermudns havo
been caught In galc almost without exception,
soma being mrtlully wrecked nnd others otiflcrlng
terrible hardships. Several vessels nro nshoro on
tho Jersey coast.
New Youu, April loth. Tho Tribune says : Tho
first public exhibition of tklison's electric light in
this city vns given hiRt evening nt tlio headquar
ters of tlio Hdison Klcctric Lighting Company, on
Fifth avenue. From 1 ho outsldo tho houses ap
peared to bo brilliantly illuminated with gas, the
blending rays naturally expected from the electric
lamps being wauling. Several rooms OH tho dif
ferent Hours were supplied with tho electric lmnps,
from which n soft white light wns omitted. Kill
sou nnd several of his nssistnulii wero piesont.
When Kdlflon was asked if 11 slnglo light could bo
turned olf, ho went to a singlolamp in tliolmll nnd
turned tho light out with n thumb-screw, Hv n re
versing movement ho turned it on agnin. Prepa
rations are making for putting; in tho companv's
lamps In that ciuiirtcr of the city extending from
Spruce and Wail Btteels nnd included between
Nasiati street and tho East Hirer. It will competo
with tho gas companies. Wires havo nliendy been
put into forty houses.
I'lacos of Worship.
Seamen's IIetiiel liev S O Cnmon, Chaplniu. King
street, near the Hailors1 Home. Trenching nt II a m.
Seats free. inbbath School before tho morning ncivlee,
I'rnyer meeting on Wednesday evening nt 7Ji o'clock.
K1111T Htiieet Council Kov Vt' l'renr, I'n.tnr, comer
of I'nrt nnd lleretnnln flrcetK. Trenching 011 Httntlnys
nt 11 A M nnd 715 I' -- Hnbbnth School nt ID A ii.
St Aniiiikw's Uatiikhiul Kngllidi eervlcei: lit liev
the Illrhnp yf lloiiolnlii nnd Itev Tlio- ISInckbnrn. 11a
wnllnn rvrviceHi ltev Alex Mncklntili. 0.30, Holy
Commiinloii; !).:w, lntln nnd Hermon (llnwnlliin); 11,
Mnlin. I.llniiy nnd berinon (Kngllnh); -I, Kictinoiig
iiiiwnnnii;; .., i.vensoui.' nun n rmou ii.ii(,-ii?ii).
Ivmii" (Dn!ll.'h), nioruln
3iu, :rn; evening: IB,
Kawaiaiiaii Cncncil liev II II l'urker. PflHtor. King
Htreet, nlmve tho 1'nliicc. Service k In Dnunlhiu every
Suniliiy nt 11 A M. Snblmth School nt 11) a i. livening
services nt 7"i o'clnrk, nlteriintliig with KiinninknpllC
District mentlnsK In vnrloux chnpels nt 3.30 r .'I. I'rnyer
meeting every Vilnrday nt 7Vi r 31.
Kau.makaI'H.i Cmincit liev M Knncn. Pitrtor, Here
tiinln flieet, near Niinunu. Services 111 llnwnllnii every
Snminy nt lti'i a M. Snbbnth School nt'.l A si. liven
ing services nt 714 o'cloek. nltrriintliiK with Knwnlnhno
l'myi r meeting every Wcdnccilny nt 7(4 v ji.
liosiAN Catiiolio I'iiuiicii- Under the cliarce of Jtt
Hov lllsliop Mnlsret. nsslstcd by liev I'lither llermnnn;
I'ort streel. nenr Ilereliinln. Senlces cveiy hnmlny nt
HI a M anil 2 i- 91.
Wntclimniior, Jeweller, Eugi-nvor mill
N. B Kunhnniiuin Street, llonoliiln. All orders fallh-
fully cxecntcd. 32 ly
FItANit H. AUSTIN & (JO.,
Commission Merchants and Por-
OJllce .No. 'J0 Ciilifitriilii St., Sun Knmclsco.
Consignments from the Hnwnll.lu Inlands deblred.
The Host I'rices Warranted, nnd Sales Ouaruutccd.
Sill I ly
School of Cookery Restaurant,
Itctwrcn Merchant and 0.neen Streets.
Board, $4 psr week 21 Mejil Tickets, $4
vro wi:it ntvii:vis. n mt.sii.t 1
i. limited ii'imber of boarders only. Hlrlct atten
tion tn their cnmrnrl n specialty. NO CEI.KSTIAI.S
KMI'i.OYni). (inallty, cleanliness, nnd economy en
nble me to set the llest Tnlilo In Honolulu. Call nnd
jiulgci for yourselves. Continued In (Jazktte.
JMn Abl'ltED II. HOUC.HTO.V. Proprietor.
NEW (JKOCtiilY t FEED STOKE.
O. DP1. VP-OLFJE!
HAS 01KXJ3r A GlIOCEUV AXD
No. 109 KING STREET,
Where ho will bo pleased to servo his friends nnd tho
public In general with nny nrticlo lu his Hue at the
lowest market prices.
Fresh Island lltttter recclvnl every week.
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This little apparatus oils the cylinder constuntly nnd
cui-ciiy, e?o nine 1111 is useu inai a saving 01 011 anil
wear oqunl lo four tlmcc Its coet may be ctl'ected In 0110
Pint Size, $45. Half Pint Size, $30.
STEAM ANDJATER PIPE.
We would call the attention of thoso requiring 1'IiiIiib
to our lnrye stock of
154,000 Feet On Hand I
Illack Weldeit Steam Pipe U " ! diameter.
(Inlvnnlzed Water l'lpo H toil lu. illninoter.
t& The above, at Moderalu Prices.
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS COMFY
SIJ -3 ilm
T IN I.MI'O.SSIIII.r. Ill NAY TOO JUICII I.N
praise of till good old standard Family .Medicine,
It cannot be too highly recommended, ns It la truly a
.llnrvel ol I lie Aire, and 1111 hontelicld should bo
without It. It prevents ns well us cures Nkiii Ul.
riiiex, Jont. UImmiiiiiiIIoiii, 4!riivvl and nil Hill.
ley l)lseiii-k. Allecleil I.lver, Ileiitlnclio,
Miiiiwen, lllle, IVluil, iiillirestliin, t'outpn.
lion, I'cvers iiikI Ague, Nlrepleuekt, I.hhhI
IiiiU. 'ouI llren Hi, and every dlscno brmiht 011 or
agrurated by a disordered stomach.
It puilflcs the HIimmI, Cleanses thu Btnmacli and flow
els, and eltej tho wholo system a Healthy and Delight
ful Tone, Thero never was a nicdlc'ne for the Nursery
equal to II, ami being composed of Herbs only, It can
li'i clven safely to Infants, It is a triumph In medlclno
--harmless, yet cRlcacloiu. Invaluablo In the family, an
the road, at sea, and everywhere.
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81 McbllAN HltOS,
I'illJi ok lcixff as Tit a sir.
'" ''H iMii.n.- mi ni irinilllWI Ittllilllf I KUIILH
III tlPd W. If. Itllllf miff tin,, NVn.lr i,.l. nt If ...... I
. 1 . ilnl tur till.
ilolng business on tho islnnd of Knunl. Is comtiosed
Kaiml. April 13lh 1881. (33 It) 'lIN ,t TIIASK.
A LjIj I'KltKOXK. AIMS STIMCTIjV
r forbidden entering my premises nt Pniiniil, ex
cept on business. Persons dlsregnrdliig the nbovn will
bo liented as trespassers. ATIO.
T11111111I. April l, 1881. 31 1
TOU J.EASE !
jiip. iivih 111111,111111 iNiiiiit-11, pnpereu, nno oilier-
,,.pu iuiin,-u ,,ir uiu u.'iivn. in ine if'iiuiii. wovern
mctit water laid on, besides having 11 Windmill, with n
supply of gnod. sweet nnd clean healthy water, which
has been analyzed by Trof. Thompson c.f the Transit or
Venus squadron, and pronounced by him tho best he
had seen since he left Kngland,
I'or pnrtictilnrs, Inquire of
Ml 1 111 JAS. S. 1.I1MON.
Carpenter and Builder.
SHOT, COIt. KINO AND IlllTHHb 8TS.
TSTI.MATISK CJIVISX ON Am,
XU kinds of buildings; when required Olllccs nud
Stores fitted np lu tha latest Eastern Styles.
Roxmhilig; ofEvory Dcsorlptiou
Done In tni b?st p'islblo manner, nnd nt reasonable
nites. (lAUDIlN' Oit.VAMBNTS of all kinds inadu to
order. Haws llled and set.
N.H. Personal attention will bo given to tho moving
nlnll kinds of b'illdin's, linvlnz bud experience lu tho
Eastern State. I feel eoiiildent I can givo satl faction
to the most fastldtoas,
i!B-Orders lurt at my shop or residence will receive
prompt ntteutlon. Ileit of references given.
Iloldencc, v!IS Tort htreet, Honolulu.
Orders from the other Islands solicited. 817 tf
rpO 1MSSIDIJXTS OF IIOXOMTJii;
JL nnd the other Islands. You had betttriit once
SECURE YOUR TJCKETS
In tho nbovc, ns the Epidemic Is decreasing.
We havo dctcrmlnid to soil tickets up to
Wo are now completing nirnngements for the consu
matlou of tho above Grand Concert, In which
500 Presents are Given.
r3 Send In your eiders nt once.
All orders for tickets nro filled nnd returned In Ite-ds-ered
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