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BY E. P. ADAMS.
Saturday, July 9, 1881
AT 12 0'( 1.0 1 K SOON.
Th-Grey Mare- S M.l.V III UK ,
Tn.jllmwd(icmlti.f'Mli;i TIlKvT, '
Oim lly e arrive retm drive lticJp or doable,
One lUy Famliy Horse
Siiilillc-, HrMIes, Combs, llntslios, Ac, Ac
H I' MIAMI. Auctioneer.
I am Instructed !jr Mr WKIIII, on account nt depart
ure of part of his family, to cell nl lil rtsldtncc,
No. CC Punchbowl Street.
Opposite the North Faclfl. Missionary Initltutc,
TUESDAY, : : : JULY 12,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A M.,
The Household Furniture,
Ono DQocSLi-oorrx Sot I
Two Double IteilntvntU with Mattresses,
Six SctM Wosqulto Nets,
'I wo Hill (lu limlfiteniU with Mattresses.
'I wo llcdrnoui SetH, Wasl.stiuid, Cnno Chairs,
ilambooClmirs, llimhoo r-ofa.
Round 1'iililf, Walnut Side Tiih c,
Largo Dining Table. Small Dining Tnble,
Cuokshelvos Cane Beat Chairs, Uak Chain),
lint Knck, Matting, i'r i'nlSi
Kitchen 'l'nhlu, Meat S ife,
Otwra Cooking Stove, and r ixturcs,
Kitchen Utdiisils, WimIi 1'uh, Ac.
i:. I. AIMJ1K, Anct'r.
THURSDAY, JULY 8th, 1881,
At 10 A. .M. ntMiilet Itooln.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Taney Goods
A LINK OF NEW UHOCEIUES.
Cases Butter, Sac'js Corn, Sicks Sugar, Ac.
K I' ADAMS, Auct'r.
Notice In hereby given Hint under nn order of the Su
preme Court made In the Kstal or .leremliili 0':scll, I
am illrcclcil tu cell, liy order o Alex. .1. Carlwrlght,
Ailmtiilittrntar of the estate of the said Jcromlnh O'.Ncll,
dtseastd, at Public Auction
ON SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1881,
AT IS O'CLOCK M. OF THAT DAY,
At my Sales Hooni, Qnein Stri et. Honolulu, all the
rliht, title and InHresl of the raid Jcicmlnh O'Ncll,
ilt ceased, of, In and to
That curtniiilMcco or l'nrcol of Land
Situate on King Street, Hnnohilii nforcrald.
And morn particularly described nn follow: Commenc
ln,' at n point where this homo mid lot joins the premi
se of Sumui I Johnson, purchased by him from Hlchard
Ho icTIs, and running ulong King stitet till It joins the
pre nine now In the occupation of Pakl's clerk, soy
ubo ii'i! fecM lucheii, and running hack about I Ufiet,
the width of the back hmtinlniy t.t fttt, nnd being Lot
No. nof the bluck of tuilltll nua criLinl unit told by raid
ltlch ird Hobrrln on the lot of land purchased by hliu
friini . Knco this being the most easterly portion of
Mild block. For further purllcuhil Inquire of
i:. I. ADAMS, Auctr,
Or OrctL IlnowN, Attorney nl Law.
Notice Is hereby given that under an order of tho Su
preuiu Court, mailu In tho Kstatu of lldward Kvcrett,
tleceas 'd, I am dlrcciul t sell by order of Alex J. Cm
wrlght. Administrator or the Ustnta of the said Edward
Jlverctt. ut Public Auction
ON SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1881,
AT U O'CLOCK M. OF THAT DAY,
At my Sales ltoom. Queen stroet, Honolulu, Oahu, all
thu right, title and Interest at the said Udward Everett,
deceased, of, In and to
That certain Piece or Tared of Land
Situate at Kulaokahua Tlalns, Honolulu, Oahu,
And moro particularly described as follows! llcglnnlng
ut the west angle of I.unalllii and I'cnsacoU strcctB,
llicnco runuliig North W IS' Weat, lino bearing 4MI feet
nlimg Lunalllo street; South Jl 12' West, lino bearing
inu feet along lots ,1li nnd 3J1; bouth 16 -lb' Fast, line
bearing 4'iOteet along Klnan strcett North 21' 1'" Fast,
line bearing '" feet along I'ensacola street to Initial
point! are 1 180,0J square feet.
For further particulars, Inquiry or
Or Cecil. Ilnuvvw, Attorney at Law.
, , SAN FUANC1SCO,
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPOFJERS
PARTIES IN HONOLULU
Or other parta or the Islands.
CAN It.VVK THEtlt
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
Uy ppllellon to Mr. E V. AnAMS. Queeu btraet, who
bu our Ueacrlptlv u cmulosuo with 1'rlcn.
ON HAND AT THE STORE OF L W. HOPP
Blaok Walnut Bedroom Sets,
' Hluok Wnlaul NideboiaTd.
lllack WhIuui Uiulng Chnlri,
Ouk Cnno Meat Uiaiac Chaiia
iletlur lleiirooai Sell,
E. P. ADAMS, AGENT FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
MADE AND KEFAIEED,
No. 23 EMMA bl
UNKKIMNi:. IIAVINtl UUV.Ji
aniioliited Aaalmieea for tho haute or . It
Davlea.tir Vakawao, lalaud or Maul, a voluntary Dank
runt, would uortibr notify all pcrsoua having uuypriJ
i.crly or etlecu llonlnff to the ald Davla In their
uoaseaelon. to deliver h '"', lo .,'lB1",,1aJiri.1?. i
issliiioesonor bvforo the lh dyof July.lNilt and
all persons Indebted t.o th ,aid i:uic ouik iy.
nonoUln, Jtiy Tth, 1681,'
A arm of liro.o Co., ol ?VKK month. lUndlur,
If uoUvtUtd on or beforv the 15th day of July, lfl.
will be uUced. lu tho bind ot r. Lnjn. Cm colle
HouoUlu.Jalyiud.lbol. tU 41 St
The Tine NYw i tipper llrigantlne
vgA "Win. C. Irvin
Will have ftuicic Dispatch for tho above Port
I'or Freight or Passage apply to
Hf,t n VM0 IUWIN A CO, Agent
" "PuirsAxN FIIANULSUU
The favorite tmcrlcan Mars;
MURK A V,
al"- F O I'.AVnSS. Matter,
Vlll have Quick. Dispatch forthcebovcPort
For Freight or passage, apply to
W) 41 FT LI'.NF.1IAN A.CO.,Agents.
I SAN 1'' It A NO I SCO.
To Follow tho Discovery.
Tlin OKnMAN IIAI1K
i. lass a-.! I. 1 1,
0. 1) IIOIILFS Master,
Will have Quick Dispatch for nbove port.
For freight or passage apply to
rj', U JI. HACKl'KL-n & Co.. AgenU
,A MEW YORK AND HONOLULU
BSa- packet line.
flMII. (IH'Ari III THIS I'HI'I I.Alt MM',
1 leKr. W II Ito-tn.nn A Ilron . No 1IB( ham
her Nlrn t, Niw ork. will tll'palili a liin ilarf Neeeel
the latter pall of .May or tnrl) In Julio Inr lliln port.
I'aillef ilialrliigtiirhlp Ly thin fuuulle line will for
nnrd llieli nrdei early to xcure the nccexary loom,
I' it lent at jotvcii ruic
castli: A COOKII,
Agent" In llonolnhi.
ltl.N4, 1 t .HANI MI.
July 12, Spin Circuit of Hawaii
July ID, tip m Hliu
July S!U, r p in Circuit of Hawaii
AuunlS, Spm Hilo
Aiiguitfl, fi p m Circuit of Hawaii
Auguit 111, B)im Hilo
August S3, o p m Circuit of Hnwnll
August :sO. Op m Hilo
September C.Sp m Circuit of Hawaii
September 13, C p m Hilt.
September 1W, 6p m Circuit of Hawaii
September '-T,!) pm Hilo
October 1, Opm Circuit of Hawaii
OB- Xn t'rrtllt Tor I'niinirr .1Iiii-j. -tf
'c poBltlvclj dtclnio to open accounts for raiagci",
nnd wc particularly call the atttiillon of the traveling
public to thcnccireity of having lluggaec and I'rclclil
plainly marked; the blennicr will not be reuponslble
for any unmarked Ilnggngc, or for Freight or I'aicel,
uulcab llfcelpli'tl lot.
Frolght Monoy Duo on Domnnd.
Inall cawsof freight fnriiaitlCH not rcnonlblc, or
unknown, I lio freight money will be required I n nd nnco
1'At'H Kit.S ol Millions unit W1.M..S MUM
III! PLAINLY M.!tICi:i
For tho pnrtj whom they are for, or plainly dated In tho
rcrrltt tu tvlinm lliiv nt( rnilftlirnrd
All liemaiidi! for damage or loss must be made within
In no way liable for loa or accident to livo etoclc.
X Hack Drlvern, lloyK, and euch like, will not bo
allowed on liuaru the bit ami ron uirhnl, until after the
pmseiigcrB hnto bten lauded.
M7 W1LDKII A 00
PACIFIC MAIL STEAK'S HIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
tiik Nri.KMtiit nti:amsiiii"
ni i:Ai.ir.it. ci.ii.tiAM)i:it.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday ug. 1.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
TIIK MI.KN'II1 HTIMMNIIir
On or about Saturday, July 9,
I'or I're'ght and l'assnse, apply In
f 7 Sit, It. HACKl-KM) Af O., Agents.
UojmIh lor Slilimt'iit I'f Steiiiner run now
bn.Slorol, I'reo (t (iiurKt- In Hie Flrftirool
Watre'ltoimi' nnir tlin st inner liorf.
A. FRANK COOKE
AOKNT FOlt TIIE.FOLLOWING COASTEltS :
"Wallolo, " lj Malolo
Wa . infa, I-iliu,
WalohM. TAT.V Vnlmnlu,
Gon. Slogol jjs, Ts" Kaluna,
JXArt ltod with While Hall. Offlce
443 and Nuuanu Streets.
Corner ot Queen
Prom Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
. M A L O L O," 2
Will aat) from Honolulu to Hilo direct, and will call at
Intermediate I'orta on tho return trip.
For Freight or I'ossugc, apply to the Captain onboard,
1 : or A. FRANK COOKL'.Agont.
PLANTERS' LINE fOR SAN FRANCISCO
&&. C. Browor 4. Co. Agonts.
i3? Merchamllac received Mornisf Free.SjS
and liberal cash advances inado on shipments b Ihla
line. ibe ly 0. 11UBWEUA CO.
fllllt: VMIKHNIfl.Mlll IIKIiH TO IKI'IIRM
M. his Customers and tha Public seuerally that
HE WILL REMOVE
HIS HUblNESS TO THE
Shops on Queen Street
ADJOINING II. HACKFELD 4 CO.,
OX OR ABOTT MONDAY, MAY 10
Where ho will bo prepared to
Manufacture All Kinds
Cane and Dump Carts
, Also, to attend to
I shall also kev pa
Full and Complete Stock
Paints, Varnltbca, It, nurd liar Iioo,
Aorwayor.d Swtdenlron, Ilorte-shoea,
CumbtrUrd Coal, Oak, Ath and Hickory Plitols,
WH13H I WILL OPPER
Bed. Roolc Prices I
Thanking the l'ohllc for put Ptron;. I bop by a
constant endeavor to satisfy my patrons, to uerlt a,
continuance of the same.
bo2 U 37 G. WliT.
I3L03NT -xr&. -V7-33X.
A NOVEL FR06HT WAGON
I rom the I'aclt? 1! .ml l'nn, San Frnnclico, April 10.
a nn ruoxorxono a gim:at
-il Snrce by till who pei nnd tic them. All Inter-ei-teil
In I arm . ml Height thlclej inny rest nured
that the ll.illi Imn Wnuoii I- the ligltiinnto pridncl or
n new I m! n try, whltli ban nlrtnily lit come rtundaidalul
pcrmancnily trtnblihd The importance of thl In
vention raiinut well he oer o-tlmuted, 'Iho Inventura
have ccp rlinentid rur ten yrnte to make nn Iron wagon
that combined cv.-ry advantage of n wooden wnguu and
nunc ur thedltadvnntagK.
Success has Crowned their Efforts.
Tho Ilatln Wagon la constructed of wrought Iron
parte, unllctl by Willful wuiktnautlilp.
It is just as Light nnd just as Cheap
As a wooden wagon, while It la claimed that it ta
HANDSOME IN ITS PROPORTIONS
Will 11V HASH It and MM IM'IM'llll Y
I.tljttll It than any wooden wagon
The Introdnctlon of the I)nl Iron Wngon mnrka the
lieglnntng of a tiewua II hna been adopted by the
United Statia (Joummriit n nil
AI13IY WAGON l'OK 1'KOM'IEIt SKUVICK
And tery reeentlyaalii"le order wna recelvul forS,OHO
running gears complete, for Hcrdlc Coaches In Kaaleru
UPON THIS COAST
THE DMIS IRON WAGON
Secured very favorable testimonial from thoao who
have used them
MoivTjtis IUnciios, Mni'ov, I
Yolo Co., Cal , March 1, 1M1. f
1)aw Inov Waoov Co t
OenfrVrm'n.' I.nal)ear we purchased aeveral of your
No. 1 Header Wagons, and after subjecting them to the
most thorough practical tests, we find them to be In
every sense of the woid a sucttss We ustd llitm dur
ing last harvest, ana they were the taslest running
wagons In the outfit. Afii r harvest thiy were martin
hauling grain. Thol.gh guaranteed for 4.HW pounds,
much of the time thtj carrltd over &.WJU pounds, rrom
our experience we arc convinced that their carrying
capacity Is only limited by strengtii of spindle.
'1 lie wagons nuiitioiud have been In constant uso
either as header wagons, back actions, or rnrin trucks,
from the tlmu they were procured to the present Oay,
and save tho slight wear of pnlut and tire, lhy are fn
Just as good condition ns vt hi n thty left the manuf'ic
tory. 2so repairs hntc been nrccssaiy, nnd the Indicn
ons nre that none will he necessary for years to come,
The Datls Iron Wagons hate lit en ttslcd In the rainy
seasons, und wo are liifnrimd by our Foreman, Mr.
Thomas, that tho wheels clogless lu Ihuniud, csptclally
ill adobe, thnii tlioe of nny other wagon.
In short, the Davis Ircln Wncons meet our approval to
such an extenl that wc have adopted tlieni on our
ranchos, and henceforth shall use no other
Very truly yours,
LOWE A SCOTT.
BILLlUlSAifl & 0.
Beg to announce that they havo been appointed
Sole and Exclusive Agents
For the David Iron Wagon
For the Hawaiian Islands.
The No. 3 Farm Wagon
May bo seen at their Store, and all who aro
Interested in the subieet are Invited to
CALL AND EXAMINE THE SAME.
Circulars sent free on application.
Dillingham & Co.,
bolo Agents for tho Davla Iron Wagon,
Importers. Wholesale and Retail Dealers
IIardwn.ro, Agricultural Implements, Paint,
Oils, Lamps, Ch.imliliors, and
Fort Streot, bot.
Morchant and King,
Honolulu, II. I.
hjnouum:d sakfr gisco
PRINCIPAL OFFICES--No. 110 Sutter
Street, Sun Francisco, and haacmont of
Hawaiian Hotol, Honoluln.
THIS COMPANY WILL FOEWAHD
Packages and Baggage.
Advances Made on Consignments,
COLLECTIONS nnd COMMISSIONS
OF ALL KINDS
General Express Eusiness
Attended to promptly in all parta of thu
A Mtuenger will tit dlipatohed p:r each Mail
Stoamor. beginning nest Juno.
Supii inttndtut for Iht Hawaiian lllandt,
38 3m Hawaiian Hotel.
Writer, Collector, Copyist,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
No. 71 King St. (opposito llethcl bl.) Honolulu.
Letters Wrtttcu. Kcnts and llllls Collected,
Houses, Lauds mid llooms Kcntcd.
Hooka kept by the Week, Month or Quarter, at reason
Quarterly Hills made ont, delivered and collected.
Constitutions. Hy.Laws, Tteporta. Ac, Ac, of Commit
Icea.burteys, Ac., drawn up with accuracy and dls-
Auuuucntla and Copyist Workdonafor Invalid or other
pcraou. requiring ucb services.
CJT Constant atuutlon lo Iho Interest! ol patrona, and
business eccrtt preserynl inviolate.
Terms llcisouublo. l'atroiiago Solicited.
HTITH HdHMKHHIIIM AIKIIi
T very desirable residence No. la
Avenue. touUlnlng eight rooms, kitchen
room. aer.ntv room, coacrt noutt. awoi uo iow(
Annlvln J. II. WUUII.Or
J. E. WISEMAN. Marchnut hi
roof halldlac on Quatu KtrcaU adjoining Bolls
4 Co., lately occupied by llojllaur 4 Co. at
ALBO. the lower floor and cilUr of Iho building for
inerly lb xlearoo'ji and manufactory of aamalria
FoparUcuUr, cn.ulr, of j,,,, & c0.
Followlnc h the UotiI of Henlth'ft small poi tc
port, with list of thntlis. for Ilic Iflnnil of Onlitt,
forthn week rniHtm Kritl ty, July 8, nt!2M.:
.Small-inx cases tepnrtnl slnte last report 0
Cases previously reported i... ....... 773
Total amnll-pox cnea reported 771
Number of deaths sine last report.. I
Number previously reported 2sn
Total n; mbcr of dealhs
Placed In nunraiitlni. tnl i Inst rennrt .
Placid in rjtiarai.tlnc since last repott, nt res
Placed In quarantine nl lat rtptrt
Discharged well 1
Itcleaeil from quarantine, koluaa...... 12 II
Total in qrarnntlno lliHdste , f,7
J A, Hassimieii, Secretary
itsTorPEtTin fiNcr LtT nrrouT.
Alolilkcn, k., 43 yours, Qutruitlne Ilmpltnl.
The following autograph letter addtcsscd to HH Maj
esty Kalakana has been recelicd from the King of
llelglum nnnounclng the marriage of hta daughter
Sir, My llrothtrt Persuaded that Your Majesty can
not liarn without n lively Interest everything which
may contribute to tbc hnpplnisa of My Ifojal House. I
hasten to iinnoiince to 'ion that the marrliga of My
very dear nnd rniirh helored tljughter. Her lloyal Ilbh
in i Madame the Princess Stephanie Clntlhle Louise
Hcrmlnlc Marie Charlotte wltii Ills Imperial and Ilojal
Illghtiiss the Archduke Kodnlphe, Htrtdltary Prince of
the Ciiplri' or Austria, Prince Hoyal of Hunsmrj and of
Unlit mln, etc., etc., Areliduku of Austria lias been cele
brated nt Vienna, the lOlh of this month. I do tint
doubt Hint Your MnJstv will Join In the Joy which this
happy event cuuses Mo and I selr this occasion tooffer
to ion the usutanee or the high esteem nnd or the
sincere nttachintnt with which I nm
Sir, My llrolher. of Your Majesty
'I liu (Jood Ilrnthcr
llriicl. Mny 1 1. ISll. Signed) Leoi-old.
To Ilia Afnjcsty Kalakana,
Honolulu, Sandwich Islands,
The following autograph letter addressed to His Maj
esty Kalakaua has been received from King Charles of
Itniimanla announcing that He has taken the Title of
Slr.MyJlrolhen I consider Myself happy In being
nbletoaiiuoiince to Your Majtsly i tut t the Itoiimnnluti
Nation, by means of Its regular Representatives, has
decided that thu Sovcrtlgu Power shall And In the
lloyal dignity the expression conformable to the Inter
ests and to the wants of thu country und lu relation to
the Inconte-stlble progress nnd political Importance of
the Itoiimnnlau State. I hate then taken for .Myseir
uuu .iy suc'ci-esors Hie line or ivlllgor Itoutuuuni. 1
am pcrsuadid that Your Majesty will reecho with syni'
path) the niiiioiiuccment or this li.i'im event, which Is
at izo tills oecusbn to rt new to You 1 10 uasurnncesor
rcmu-mi 10 tuc .nonarciiieni sysiem, mi 1
the high esteem and tie sincere ntreutlon with which
I am, Sir, My llrothcr of Your Majesty
The Unoil Hi other
llacharcat, 12-24 April, IM1, Slgne-d Ciiaules.
Regulation of tho Bounl of Honlth.
Notice is hereby given that the Hoard of Health has
mide, nnd hereby publishes the following regulations i
No vessel sailing fiom any port of the Island of Oahu
shall take on board any passenger or luggage or nllow
any person or luggngu coming on board such vessel
from any port of Oahu to be landed at any port on any
island ol the Kingdom oilier than Oahu without a per
mit from thu President of tho Hoard of Hoalth or an
aint of the said Hoard
No vessel shall take on boird nny person from any
port of nny Islnnd whero any contagious disease Is
known to exist without a written permit from tho
President of the Hoard of Health or nn agent of said
Any person violating nny of tho foregoing regulations
will be prosecuted to the full estent of the Inw.
The regulations of the Ilonrd published Teh. 1 Ith, arc
II. A. P. CAUTElt.
President Board of Health.
Honolulu. July 7th, 1631. 45 8ol 3t
Mi: OrouoE F. Caihlky has this day been nppointed
Commissioner of Fences for tho districts of North and
South Koita, Island of Hawaii, vice Kapac, deceased.
H. A P. CAUTElt, Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ofllce, June 20th, 1831. 43 at.
The regular summer vacation of all Government
hchools throughout tho Kindlon, EXCEPTING
THOSE IN THi:;niSTl(ICT OF HONOLULU, will
extend from Friday, the SJnd of July prox. to Monday
the 1-th of Septimbcr; and on that date, Sept. 15th, a
new term will begin.
W. JAS. SMITH, Sec'y.
Education Ofllco, Juno 21 rd, lt3'.. 4i 4t
Honolulu District, School Notice.
The summer vacation of all Government .Schools In
tho dlstrictof Honolulu will extend, this jc.tr, (rom
l'rldny Iho l'Jlh of Augtist pros, to Monday, the Ulh or
Heptember, at which tlatu a new term will begin. And
owing to the Uto protuicted suspension oltho school
ol this district, on account or tho prevalence or small
pox, diminishing tho regular attendance, and inter
rupting thu usual class routine; tho regular annutl
public examinations w 111 ho this year dispensed with
Educiitlon Olllee, I W. JAs. SMITH, .Sec'y.
Juno-JJrd, 1681. 4J 41
Licjnsss Expiring; in July, 1881
1 Kong Wo Chong & Co, Knncohc, Kooluupoko,
1 T W Kiialakn, hiah Market, Honolulu
1 K U .Me'Candless, Fish Market, "
I A McWayue, cor. 1 ort & Merchant Sts., "
1 llyinan llrus, Mtrihunt St., "
I T II Duties, Kanhuinaiiu St., "
'-' Wong Man, Llllha St., "
:i Wlug Wo Tal A Co, .Nuuanu bt., "
ft Man Chuck Co, Nuuanu St., "
f Tong Hang. :vuuaiiu St., "
7 Manuel O Corn id. Hotel i-t., "
7 L Ahlo, Nuuanu St., "
8 Kong Man Wo A: Co, Nuuanu St., "
11 Han Urns, Nunnnn St., '
11 Ho Wing Chong, cor. Ueretanla & Smith St., "
II C.N. Marks. Hotel St,
13 Ahong, Punch Howl St., "
II John Cheu Ko. Nuuanu St., ",
11 Ahuna. W'alalna. "
1U L tl Sresovlch. Queen St., "
10 Meo Lee, Bcretania St.. "
17 Pang Hoy, Mauntkea St., "
1!) 11 Mav A Co. Fort bt "
10 Kun Wa Kcc, Ueretanla St., "
1!) U Akana. Nuuanu St., "
81 Man On Chong. Alakea St., "
SI KuiiSlnaWa, King St..
'.vl Kum Chun, cor. Maunakea ,t lit tel Sts., "
-V, Choy lvlu, Port St , "
m Chun vv'u A. Co, Cor Mauuakta & Hotel Sts.,
'10 .1, C. Edwards,.! inlle house. Mtuuuluu, '
UU Uoo Klin, cor. I-or I A Until hts., ''
1 0, 11, Dickey, Humukuapoko,
1 S. P. Kblehua, Walhee,
U Alo, Lahaln I,
:i Aku. Kamuaha, Molokal,
U 1). W Ktiinanuwal. Kauno,
11 Claua bpukels, lvahulul,
l'J Llm Kon Kcv, Kipahnlii,
1 Ah Man. Pueo, Hilo,
1 Lu Wo, Kahaluu, N. Kono,
(i Aclmp.t Ah Kun. .tukauala, N, Kohala,
11 W II Davla, Kallua, .V Kuua,
11 Chaa, llllarns, Uukulhaele, llamakua,
VI U llcgard, Onomca, Iltlo,
11 Maw hlau, Nuulehu, Kau,
It 1'. II. llatublliig, llulcl. Knna,
13 (1, Akjm, Apuukibao, N. Kohala,
IS 11. N, (Ireenwell, Kalitkalu, N. Kona.
M .eutk Foo Aj Co, haloplbl, N'. Kohala.
W.I. D. Mills, Hilo,
'II K. Amu. llamakua,
SI Akau, Kohuuulkl, N. Kona,
St .Mr. UaoKela Kiikulhaele, llamakua,
S7 V. V. Atoua, I unuhna, Hilo,
30 Quon Slog Lt.ni; i Co, Pueo, lltlo,
1 A. Htrbvt, Hawaiian Hotel,
1 Ah bin. Co, Pueo, Hilo, Hawaii.
S Wins oTal & Co, Nuuanu SI., Honoluln,
U Anthoiy Uarbery. Walluku, Maul.
12 Man Kiau. aulehu. Kau. Hawaii.
13 Quon San Kual &Co, llamakuapoko, Maul,
Id Ayou .N. Kuliula, Hawaii.
l'J Llm Kon Kee, Klpahulu X liana, Maul.
IV Am .ota, Ulupalakuu, Maui.
SOW, aluau. Makawao. Maul.
St Ho i Keu, Merchant SU, Honolulu.
SJ Cum Chum, cur. Maunakea A Hotel Sta., Honolulu.
1 Ilyman Ilrot, Merchant HI., Honolulu.
1 T. II. Havlet, Kaahunianu St., Honolulu.
l'J II May lo, Fort bl Honolulu.
HI. I. III. hl'IKir.
1 A. Heilert, Hawaiian Hotel.
I T. H.Davlca, Kaabamana St., Honolulu.
I . N. Marks, Kingdom.
)9 C, S, Harlow, Honolulu.
19 V. T. Thornton, Kingdom. ,v-
C'.lKi: I'KDDUMi; , i
6 T ti Pin, llamakuj, Hawaii,
II Fat Fuo, Honolulu, Oahu,
n Chon" Sau, Honolulu, Oalm
19 All Sin.
iil Kon i dice, Honoluln, Oahu, '
1 Gore Etplnda, Walluku,
1 " Labaioa.
1 A Iltrln'rt. Hawaiian Hota),
II Hart Uroa. Nuuanu Bt,,
II C. Aaluc, Uhalna.
SO 8. Kauwaaloba. N. Kohala, 4 ,, ,
W bhlpmaa BldarM, Hilo, , r,
11 Daniel Napela, Molokal
1 J. U Dowaett, Koua.Oabu.
Bonrtl of Health Notice.
Afa meeting of the Hoard of Health lield on Svtnr
ilvy, .InneSTiili, the following rules were adopted t
Any person desirous or proceeding from Onlin to
other Islands of the Kingdom must procure a Ctrtlllcale
from the Dispensary of the Hoard of Health or from
some Licensed Vhyaiclnn, that they are protected by
vcccluatlon or lnuoculatlon or have hid varioloid or
small pox and that they arc free from symptoms of con
No vessel carrjlng passenger from the Island of
Oahu to the other Islands of the group shall receive on
board nny baggage or packages supposed lo contain
personal effect, uulcis pasctl by an ngtnt of the
Hoard of Health.
All luggage and personal effects mtitt be fnml.ated
before passed and must be nt the fumlgntinjr station on
the Esplanade, above the olUce of T It. Foster t Co,
nt least clcht hours before the departure of the vrasel.
Passengers' permits mny be had on tho nbove con
ditions at tho fumigating station from Capt. John II,
Ilrnwn, Agent nl the Hoard of Health.
These rules shall take effect from and after tho Uth
dty of July next, tiniest revoked by the President of
the Hoard of Health.
The rules governing the departure of Coasting vessels
are continued In force.
II. A. I. OAKTKII,
President of the Ilonrd of Health.
Honolulu, .InneSS, 1881. rM St
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Btuhiosi AKcnt'n Notice.
All advertisements for Hie bATfiitiAV Pnrs must be
sent In by Friday noon No Insertions for the current
Issue can be guaranteed when sent in later.
Adverllstrs will mark the number of Insertions de
sired, from which date they charge. Any not so marked
will be charged J months.
Tlloa. tl THHIIM, Iluslncas Agent.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
Tun wcnllicr 1ms been qulto showery for sevcrnl
Tun Icd wntron broko down on Wednesday near
tho foot of Lililin Htreet.
A Nustnrn of pooplo will lcwvo Honolnln for tho
other iBlnndu next Tuctdiy.
Titrnc lmvo been n number of accidents lntcly
Impperud to pioplo on homebnek or in vehicles.
A Jiti-NNIAL mtetitiR of tho TruRtcos of tho
Queen'H Hospital wtll bo held nt Aliiolnni Hnlu to
Uny. Titnni! will bo n mcetitiR of tho Miision Chil
drcii'n Society thin evening nt tho residency of
A NUMnen of iieoplo from Unnolulu wont to Wai
nlun to Hpetid tho Fourth, nnd report h.ivinc; had u
A nnooY be loninc to the Hon. A. S. Clepjiorn
wns considernbly dnmnRtd by bein ridden into
on Monday lnat.
The monthly reception of Her Roynl HighncHS
thu Princess Ilcgcnt, was held on Thnrsdny nt
Washington i'alnto und wns largely attended.
The schooner Jfmia had hor foru pcak-halynrd
boltH cirried nwny Inst Wtdnesdny night when off
Kiikc) Head, bho returned to Honolulu for repairs.
The Ith of July reception, for which invitatlonH
had b.'en issued by General Comlv, w. in not held
our count of thu death of tho Chancellor of tho
The flnRS nt tho 1'nlnce, Government hnilditiR,
Consular oflices nnd shipping liow at h ilf miiBt on
Sand tv lu token of respect for tho momory of tho
Chiol Justice ,
We publish two letters to-day describing tho
ptogress of tho lava flow on Hawaii, which has
uueomu qulto nctivo ot i.ito, nnu is now turvaton
ing tho town of iiilo.
Dn. L. A. Voiit, of S.m Diego, who has bcon tn
Honolulu in tho intorcst of the Atl intio and l'acif
io railru.ul, left heru for California by tho City of
Xew Yoik last Tuesday.
It is rumored abroad pretty confidently that a
coadjutor to tho lit. Itov . Bishop Maigrct has been
nominated nnd will shortly bo consecrated, prob
ably in San l?rmicirn.
The Hand concert nt JJmiua Sqnaro on Thurs
dav evening was very largely attended. Thero
will bo nuother moonlight concert nttho samo
placo next Alouday evening.,
Jlcssns. Bkoolie, SrEAn t Co., jewellers of
rortstnel, lmve prebented C. Slacfarlane, Ksq.,
with a gold medal, in recognition of thu achieve
nicnt of Ins colt, (Jen. Gnriicld.
IIluvt rniu squalls havo visited us every day
this week. This will help the country to withstand
tho scorching sun which may bo expected in
tho courso of tho next two months.
We hoped to havo been ublo lo give tho annexed
Custom Houbo returns last week, but tho Kahulni
report could not be returned in time. Ihi3 port is
growing in importance every month.
The only criminal case jet disposed of in tho
Supremo Court, is thnt of Jiox vs. W. Wright,
charged with malicious injury, 'iho defendant
was found guilty and lined $7o, with costs, (SL'd.IVi.
Mn. II. V.. Beckwjtii for many joars principal
of Tort Street School, but lately engaged in plant
ing at Punamalii, Makawao, Maui, died on Tues
day, July 5th. 'Ihe funeral took placo on Wednes
The Clergy nnd Church Wnrdons of St. Andrews:
nro much indebted to the Marshall nnd tho public!
generally for their assistance in tho church and
churchyard on the. occasion of tho funeral of tho
1 ite Chief Justico.
Mns. FnEETit had an awkward fall from her
horso on Monday. Tho horse becoming excited on
tho way homo. Mrs. Freoth lost control over it
siid was thrown. Sho was much shaken and bruis
ed, but nothing worse.
The schooner HWimiii on her Inst trip to 11a
pnu, Kohala, Hawaii, experienced such rough
weather that sho had to roturn to Honolulu with
out discharging her cargo. Sho lost nn anchor
and about thirty fathoms of chain.
The now lire hell for tho 1'iro Department hns
nrrived nnd will bo in position in a few days. It
is four feet in dtunoter, three mid a half feet
high and weighs fourteen hundred pounds. It is
by far tho largest bull in the kingdom.
An inquost was held un tho renmius of tho
Chinaman found Inst wtek nt Honouliuli. A vor
dict wbb returned thnt tho deceased had been dead
for probably somo months, but there was no
evidence ns to how ho uamu by his death.
Tin; announcement of the Thurcday reception
to bo held by the l'rincess IlegenU, was n mis
take, as II. It. H. had not intended to reccivo on
Thursday last on nccount of tho recent decease of
the Chancellor. H. It. 11. left town jesterday.
Os Tuesday next, tho 12th Inst., tho dnln Bet by
the Dotrd ot Health for thu raising ot the tabu on
passenger tratllo between Oahu and tho other
ijImuIh of tun group, thostoimer LlktllU will ro-
biinio nor circuit iripa oi tue isi ttm ut uuwbii.
We understand that iirrangouuntB nro boing
made to provide the members of tho Library nnd
Heading llooin Association with a trua Musicil
nnd Literary Entertainment, soinotlmo within tho
next tun days. Particulars will be announce!
In tho show window of Whitnoy ,t Itobortson'o
storo nre two coloied nkctcheu by J. Nawahi,
showing tho town of Hilo nnd vicinity, nnd tho
coureo of the lava How. Thero is nlso a small
nap of tho heavens, showing the position ot tho
Tub schooners Waioll and Kulamaim collided
last Friday uight lctneen tho bell buoy and
Diamond Head. The Kiilnmanu ran Into the
H'muif, striking hor amidships and smashing In
her side and her small bolt. Hue also UaU Her
foresail Bplit troin top to bottom.
List Monday a horso and dray was backed over
the Custom House wharf into tho water. A rope
whs put around the horso's neck and he was kept
ntlott mtil ho could bo cat loose from the vehicle,
lie whs raisodonto tho wharf with considerable
difficulty. This is tho third accident of tho kind
Mb. Macs, who has had somo experience with
tho discaso called "swelled-leg" among Chinese,
pronounced it u kind of scurvy and uys that it is
not ntccssurily fatal. The uiual remedy employed
by Uliiness is rt met or pntaux-is uoueu aia Tiue-gsir,
and in cs9 where there W much iotUumtiou a
poultice ot the samo material. ,
The regular monthly entertainment ot tho
Tereper-noe Association nt the Lyceum last Tues
day evening were very intr4tln, although owing
to it being steamer day and following a holiday,
the BBber present was not so large as uaoal. In,
addition to UM ouatomary drlrensi and musical
selections, thu a wero introdooed s new feature of
three- innto addreaaes by people in tfae a-dlence,
many ot which were awuiiftg and entertalnln.,
and more than one epea-er bad to be oalled to
I Tnr. first piago of Ihe brig IPm. (7. Inrln waq
made in remarkably goml time 10V ily from
San FranclFCo, arriving hero on Sunday list. Wo
only rememlier n very few passages which beat
i nils, ami titev wero liy nrger vessels, viz: inn
CTowief ami innkte. The brig lielolips to mo
Spreckles' line, nnd In Mid to havo handsome pas
Os tho morning of tho Fourth sctph drunks
wero called up beforo Pollen Judgo Hlckcrton,
nnd on tho morning of tho fifth there were twelvo
for the Mtno offense, nid in addition to these thero
were fovoii for gaming, four for fnot riding, fivo
for nflrny nrld nssnnlt nnd bitlery, ono for driving
without lights, ono for disturbing the quiet of the
night nnd one for larceny,
(W Sunday, Mr. O. Macfarlano drove out to
miiko n c ill on thn plains in a veh clo lent by his
brother, .Major (I. Macf.utntie. Something started
the horso when standing at C. llrowti'ft, Esq., and
ho loro off nlimg Heretnnla Btrcct, turned nt Fort
Btreet, receiving somo dunngo by tho way, but
turning down Kuktii street. It cinie to grief
opposito Mr. Parko's, horse uiitnjurcd.
W, A. KAtAf ono of tho clerks of tho Post OfTlco
was injured by a fall from thn dray which was
taking tho mail baps to thn LiUUke last
Tuesday livening. Being pressed for tlmo ho
Jumped on tho dray in a hurry, putting on his Jacket
nt the Mino lime. Iho dray wns turning tho
corner Just ns ho stepped on, nnd ho lost his
bnlineo nnd foil. Ho was taken to the hospital.
His injuries nro not serious.
A nnuNrtEN mnn on horse-hick alrnyod Into thn
nreiuises of a liouso in Nuuanu Vnllev lnlelv.
tumbled off his horse, nnd fell in n heavy slumber 1
on tuo grass, ino ponv, wnosa neau-guiir was an
broken, fed contentedly till discovered by thu
members of thu household who tied him up out
side and npplicd tho cold water euro to tho sleeper
nut without avail. A tucssngo uy telepuotio to tuo
Pollco Station quickly bronglit tip (Iflleer Tell nnd
ono of his men who rctnuvod tho biped and
quadruped to tho Station House.
The stenrner CltiofXtiv I'm k moved off from
the wliarf soon after fi r.M. on Tncsd-iy. Sho took
on boird nbont oiV) tons of freight but was obliged
to leavo some on nccount of her draught of water,
nnd tho stnto of tho tide. A number of well
known Honolulu-ins went on her and ofcourson
hrgu number of friends stw tliom oil; among
other well-known names are Major 0, W. Mncfar
lane, Jns. Campbell, q,, niul .Mrs. Campbell,
Col. and .Mrs. Clntis Spreekels, nnd Master Guy
Comly, oldest son of tho U.S. Minister llesidcnt.
A native girl, about twelvo years of age, who
came up from Waiinno to spend tho " Fourth " in
Honolulu, started back on Tuesdiy, tho nth, nnd
when nbout a tuilo and n half out of town wnH
thrown from her horso and kilted. Sho was witli
other natives and was riding :i wild horso which
sho was not strong enough tu in mage. Hor head
struck on n ruck near thu temple, nnd sho was
killed nluiost instantly. Tho accident happened
about h tlf-pist ouo o'clock, mid tho Himo after
noon her body was sent homo on tho schooner
Following is tho progrnmmo for thn Band Con
cert nt Emma Squaro at l;30 o'clock this after
Match Ttallroad Fanst
Orerture floldeii Cross llruell
tlalop Woily Hclnazorf
Cavailna Obertn Vtrdl
Waltz Artlt LHe Strauss
Selection Jerusalem Vtrdl
Tho second moonlight concort will tako placo on
Monday evening, July 11th, in Emma Square.
At tho races on tho ith a largo sum of money
changed hands, mostly in tho direction opp3ito to
thu expectations of those supposed to know best
thu probablo courso of evonts. Pool Helling
went on, on nn unprecedent scnlo. Wo
heard that thousand dolliri wero bought and
sold nt ono establishment. Wo seo also that thero
were eien cav h of gaming brought into tho police
court on Tuesdiy; v. era these "pool men?" perhaps
the "pool business" may bo put on a footing with
other " gaining " transactions, or they with it.
A council of tho American Legion of Honor was
instituted in this city last Saturday evening nt tho
Hall of Oahu Lodge, Knights of Pithias. The
plan of tho organization provides for tho payment
of n beneficiary of from iJWX) to ?.r.,000 to tho
family of a docoaued member. Hawaiian Coun
cil was instituted with the follrfwing olllcers : Goo.
Williams, Past Commander ; John Cook, Com
mander : J. C. F. Horn. Vico-Commander : Georce
Lucas, Orator ; Henry Smith, Secret iry ; James
W. McGuire, Collector; 'lliomas Sorcnson, Treas
urer ; ltobert French, Chaplain ; L. McShano,
GunlojJ. II. Brums, Wnrden; D. Junnor, Sen
tinel. The rncc.1 at Knpiolnul Park on tho 4th of July
wero very largely attended by racing men, and a
considei able gathering of tho general public. Tho
following events came off and were pronounced to
bo in butter stylo than tho races of tho 11th of
Juno; in each case but ono tho favorito in tho
betting lost tho match :
Match. Mile dash; Gcu. Garfield, 1; Gen. Hancock,
B Time, 1:6J.
Match, llest two in three, mllo heats. JIark Twain,
1; ltomplng Girl, disunited In llrst heat. Time, 1:U.
Match. Half mile. Sally lllack, 1; Hannah, S.
Time, M stconds.
Match. Mile dash. Stranger, 1; Katie Lee, S.
" TnE Montigue-Turncr Opera Corapnny," siys
tho Sydney .Um'f, " after a splendidly successful
season, have left Sydney for Hrisb me, whero thoy
will open on Monday next. They will roturn to
the Gaiety Theatro hero on July 2."th, tho interim
being occupied by Mr. Wybert Itecvo's Dramatic
Compiny." Thnt the singing of Miss Atmis
Montaguo atid Mr. Charlos Turner nro fully
appreciated by the people of Sjdney.ibo follow
ing from tho Daily Ttltgraph of June 11th will
show : " Tho last but ono of tho operatio perform
ances of the Montaguo-Turuer Company was
given nt the Gaiety Thcatru last evening ns a com-
Jilimentnry benefit lo thon'ma ilomta, Miss Anuis
iloutague. Tho astonishing rate nt which tickets
wero disposed of, nnd scats rosorved during tho
week, led thu management to transfer n portion
of the stalls into orchestra chairs, and to make all
tho additional accommodation possible. Fully nn
hour before the commencement of tho porform
nnco tho vestibulo and front of tho theatre wore
hosieged with people desirous of admission, and
within a very little time nftor the theatro was
opened every part of tho auditorium was fillod to
tho utmost. People continuod to press into the
building until all available standing room was oc
cupied, many persons contenting themselves with
he iring the performance, without seeing tho per
formers. It is estimated that somo fiOO pe.oplo had
to turn nn ay, being unable to gain admission."
Followino aro the proceedings nt tho Police'
Court for tho week : Martin Patcrson, drunken
ness, fined l?.1", costs SI. Servian Do Silvu, smio
chirgo, forfeited $U bill. Ah Ycu, furious and
heedless driving, filled 10, costs $1.30. Thomas
McCarthy, vagrant, judgment susponded for one
week. Antnuo Lorenzo, driving without lights,
forfeited if 10 ball. Louis, Pnlomori, Peter Mo
Donald, Uuku, Knuo, Cormcll, drunkenness, for
feited $11 bail each. Edward Jnmes, samo charge,
lined iX, costs $1. Kaaini, driving without lights,
lined $11, costs $1. John Cnssidv, furious and
heedless driving, lined 5, costs $1.10. Ah Hoy,
Ah Slug, Ah Sam, Ah Long, Ah Qui, Chow Sim,
Ah Alui, gaming on Sunday, rominded to to-day
with bail fixed nt $100 each. Manuel Phillips, furi
ous riding, forfeited $10 bail. Kamoaaloliu and
Kopena, same charge, f urfoitud $10 b til each. Ah
Swni, c, driving without lights, forfeited $10 bail.
Wm. Breuan, assault and battery on Jns. Kenton,
fined $11, costs 81. Mahlai, hroany of a bottle ot
whiskey valued nt $'.', souteiiced ta three weeks'
imprisonment nt lin-1 labor and to pay costs,
$1.10. ltoln, k., nndAko, c, Mirny, latter dis
charged and former sentenced to one month's im
nrlimnMinnl nt luiril lithnr anil lo nav nvst.s 11. J.
Campbell and John MuClcllan, ndray, forfeited
$10 bail. Kuanonl, Kaluwahino, Geo. Patterson,
Kaunnoio. Joe Mnsu, Liutti, Nanapi, Kaia, Chas.
i t, G. Seeelken.
sirae charge, lovirlieu Qiu oil
charge, forfeited $10 bill. Pake, Halo,
.1. ill.nl ..nil fmllinl a. ...ah lian. 1rr
SaUUlUiVtV, IU.HI HUM ,, D..U.V w...w, .v..-
f eited $9 ball each. Edward Pbelan, same charge,
Iloinolclo, Alwnt und iliikui
niietl ao, coils Jl. WJUfl ujuiuuu, avuiu cuaic,
fined iji:', cotts $1, Jan. Mills, same charge, fined
f.1, costs $1. Knwninxo, Kanelawnla, Nuu, Kauai,
Keolewa, Kahukipili and Kvr.iapuui, gaming,
iiollt prowiiii entered lu ease nt Knwaipao, all tho
others seiiluncod ta twelvo hours' imprisonment,
.pay a fins of $5, and $1 costs. Mauliawa, k..
ul Keohoptkal, w adultery, tho former fined
fJO nnd the latter $19, nnd $4 oosts eaoh. Mrs.
L. A. Foster, charged with deaerting her husband,
uollt jtroitqul entered uy prosecution, cojid ..
John, vagrancy, committed to reform school dur
ing minority. It. II. Winnlfleld, threatening the
life of John Cooke, defendant ordored lo giro
bonds in the sum of $300, and to keep the peace
towards John Cooke for oue yer oosts 13.00.
Kalama, larceny, remanded to to-day. U, iirad
ley, driving wituont lights, notlt pwnHt enttred
by prosecution. John Martin. 11. Dunn, Henry
II. Cooke, K iluhlrnio, w.. Lukl, w drnnkenueas,
forfeitsd $0 ball oacli. Wm. Branon, same charge,
lined $10, costs $1. Jan. Shepherd, attempting to
rescue Wm. DriJn from n uolica ofticer. uollt
prottqitl ontertxl by prosecution. E. MoShnne,
assault and battery on J, II. Hare, fined $10, coats
$3. Solomon, drivins nu erpre-s ror hire with;
i,nl n lln. remanded to to-dilV. Ah Hall and
Ab Hung, furious and bcedlesd riding, fined $4
and $1-0 costs each. Ab Funs, having opium
in possesion, flneil fW aud senlencod to two
months' imprisonment at bard labor, nnd cost $1.
Oucar White, driving without Hants, hqIU prwjul
entered by prosecution. Civil Code. Coocfeee vs.
Alloene, aeUon to determine who shall pay certain
pomul feee, tso diaewtlAued. coats, $36. W. K.
Caatlo vs. Keawe and D. . Kinlma-a, earnlabee,
aetlon an promlsory note for $60, defeadants eon
ttm Jodomeat for full aom, aaoaaUag with soss
to Tl. A. Sctwfar, administrator of estate of
S.1.V- r.A. ud ISl Urr.l,S BMltMI if UUlBaKJt
lor$:'L7,'jdiet f6V yUteUI for Ml
Dunoui, J oscpu Harris, uonn arttii,
sen. drunkennuss. forfeited s'i bail each
ttno i-hnrue. llnod 83. costs!. Loula
same cliarere. fined $10, costi
Ainonnttng with costs to $27.10. W. L. Lneett.
Ah JIcsi, refusing to olicy employer, ordered to
return In emplover nnd to tiiy eostn fh t'e".
Lucns vs. J. J. Blftke, deserting contract service,
defendant ordered tn return In his employer nnil
tn piy costs sjll. Wilder .t Co. 8vs. Geo. hnlu,
descrtlnR contract service, remanded to tlio lllti
A liroe luaii and a daneo were Rircn ntMr.
Everett's In honor of Iho tenth birthday of Miss
Evi Parker, on Juno ZStli.
TnE brlgantlno Uazaiil arrived ntKnhnlnl on
Juno 21th, loaded with coal for Spreekels .t Co.
'ChoJ.D. Sniteletiuitiio nrrlveil, eleven days
from Sin Francisco. W. Homer, F. Horner and
Mrs. F. II, Enders nnd family nro nmougst the
A meetino of young men wns held nt tho Union
school-house, Wniltiku, on Juno 30lh, for tho pur
pose of potting up some amusements for the Ith
of July. Nouly ifJUO were subscribed, nnd it was
decidttl to havo some horse nnd mule races, also
nthletic rports of different kinds, tho prints
ranging from $3 to $r0. As thero are quite a num
ber of fast horses nround bore, it is expected thnt
tlicro will bo somo good racing.
ON Monday, Juno 27th, Mr. O. II. Pelrco, one ot
Iho party of woll-borcrs on Cornwcll A Go.' plan
tation at Walkapu, whllo tho ro guiding on tho
nbll wheel shaft, when tho pipe, nearly 100 feet, was
boing hauled out of the well, got his hand caught
in tho rope and was pulled round tho shnlt. He
called out lo stop tho cngino, which wns done ns
quickly as possible, but beforo the shaft cease'd to
revolvo ho was bully crushed by tho ropo. Ho
died n fow minutes alter.
The weather is cxccliont for growing cano nnd
has been pleasant for somo time.
The artesian well being bored at Mahnkoniby
Messrs, Duboiso and McCanilless Is now woll
under wnv, and good progress is being made.
Turns are nbout ninety Chinamen nnd eight
white mo t employed on tho railroad grade. Throo
and n half miles of the road is now ready for tho
rails, and tho work has been completed over thu
Inost difficult part of the way.
From Our Hilo Correspondent,
Hilo, Juno SOth, 1881.
Knrron SiTimmv Pncsst'Iho Btrenm of lava
thatwohivn been looking nt for somo time thnt
has seemed tho most nctivo of all tho flows, hns
now comu down tu within -'K miles of Hilo. I
wont up to sou it thu day before yesterday ; it wns
then about 3 miles from Hilo. It was a grand
sight. It was In Kukuau gulch and tho stream
whero I saw It was coming downhill nnd nttho
rato of !1 miles per hour. It hnd thu appearance of
n small liver breaking up in tho spring, tho water
having undo n channel through the center and
largo pieces of ico on thu sides, The diffcronco
being red hot lava in plnco of water nnd cold lavn
instead of ico. At times it had the nppuaranco of
n freshet, and would oarrv ovorylhing beforo it.
At onu time thero nppoiretl a beautiful cascade of
lavn. At thu front ot tho stream there aro obstruc
tions such as holes aud small trees. The flow is
now out of tho woods nnd it mny move moro
rapidly. Sometimes It vvill bank up 1)0 feet and
thou rush forward, Sometimes it will muio COO
or 000 feet in nn hour nnd then ngaln CO feet or
less. Tho lako of lavn is now about 1100 fcot
broad, and thrco streams aro coming into it. They
will very soon no doubt merge into ono slrenm
again. Listovenlng many went to sen tho light;
it made tho hoav ens very light and had the nppoar
anco of a grand display of firo-works. Somo aro
alarmed just now, but I do not think at present
thero is nny ranso to bo much frightened. It may
como down near Wniakoa nudmiy destroy a few
things. It must empty into tho Pacifio tho way it
looks at present. Tho Hilo flow 'hoc tiled) is said
to bo, unusually active but pooplo have ceased to
visit it as tho ono so near to us is moro easily
reached. Crowds go lo seo it on foot and on
horseback, nnd somo stay nil night. In compiny
with a friend I went up on tho lavn whero
no running stream could be seen. It was still
very hot and wo put on Bolo loither sandals to
protect the soles and half of tho uppers of our
shoes. Had wo nut dono this wu would havo had
no shoes to roturn with. Wo wont up about 'lor
II miles und rotnrned on the lava. Wo had strong
canes nnd they wero needed. Wo came across
many vont holes, somo qulto large, where wo
could seo the red hot nnd whito lava moving
rapidly nnd noiselessly along. In some places wo
saw immense trees that had been burned near tho
roots nnd lying across the lava, which wo had to
got over. At times the lavn would inako our feet
vory hot, and wo had to travel rapidly over It. It
came on to rain soveral times and wo were coin
pctled to stop on account of tho hot steam arising,
so that wo could not seo our way. The lava was
very beautiful in somo places ns it lay in graceful
loins wun groat regularity. Alien again it looked
like ropo placed in half circles, but not the color
of roH!, and again liko a pioco of ground that had
be-on harrowed (it had cooled suddenly.) It wns
also very bright and glistening in some places nnd
very smooth. We did not encounter much -i ; It
was mostly pnhuthue. Wo wanted to reach tho
Hilo flow but caiuo to n very broad plnoe, a regular
lako of lava, of many nores, whero now nnd then
was a tree standing. It bcoaino ho intensely hot
that wo wore compelled to como back aud found
our track had bcou shut off by tho lava. AVo went
to a native house to get assistance, nnd a nativo
woman mounted n mulo nnd made n passago for
us through u densu Jungle, through holo.sand llllls,
nnd brought us to the main track. f. A. M.
"Swelled-lcgr" in Chinese.
The following in regard to the diseaso among
Chit'eso known ns "sw oiled-leg," is from tho pri
vate correspondence of n physician on Hawaii who
has had considerable experience with cases of tho
Waiohinu, July 1st, 1881. '
Deau Sin : Mr. G. rend to me n lotter you Hont
him in reference to tho sick Chinamen on thu
plantation, and ho has kindly granted mo permis
sion to writo to you on that subject. My object in
to inform you that, from tho beginning, 1 havo
been doing nil in my power to arrest tho cudcmlo
nnd to euro thoso already taken 111. Everything
mentioned in your letter I recommended nt tho
vory outset, such ns: isolation, nourishing diet,
milk, beef tea, vegetables particularly cnbbago
stimulants whero tho circulation is feeblo, nnd to
give such medicines ns I thought each individual
aaso required, and all to have stimulating lint
monts woll rubbed into tho extremities twice
daily. Electricity I had used in some of the first
oases that occurred lu tho district which was on
Nnnlehu plantation. It was applied for soic i
seven or eight days, with what i thought a good
That the disease Is a form of paralysis begin
ning in the lower limbs, and In the fatal cases
gradually extending upwards and finally invnding
the whole muscular frame, there is not the least
doubt ; its causation, however, is not quite ho
clear. In my own mind 1 feel pretty well satisfied
that It is produced by the food nnd raodu of living
of Chinamen on plantations tu geueral. Tho pea
nut oil, tho Inilf.putrlllod siussgos. the snltotl fat
pork, and, nbovo nil, tho total deprivation of vege
tables, are the principal factors of tho disease.
This view is strengthened by nn articlo I cumo
ncross the oilier day on tho sumu disease in Japan,
whore It broke out lu soveral villages. T io Gov
eminent Bent English educated doctors to investi
gate thu cause of tho endemic '1 hey arrived at
tho conclusion that it was produced by Improper
food and too many persons being huddled togetuor
in small appartmeuts. In ndditiou to tho above,
the circumstances connected with the outbreak on
thu Palmla plantation confirm my opinion: Prior
to Mr. J's. visit the Chinamen used to get their
daily allowance of beet from the oommisaariat,
and although there had been several' cases of the
diseaso on the two other plantations of the dis
trict, thero was not ouo on the Pahala plantation.
During Mr. J's. stay the Chinaman petitioned him
to have Iheir beef ration exchanged for Its value
In money, so that rhey could bay peanut oil, etc.,
which was granted to them. Two or three weoks
after that there were no less than twenty odd China
men strickou down with the dltexse. I may also
add that on the two other plantations I attend
there b wo been no new oases for some time and I
attribute that fact to the supply (tbouah to&ntv)
of vegetables and tbs stoppage of peanut oil and
sausages. Agaln.no cases have occurred among
the Chinamen employed by the several planters
connected with the plantations, with but a single
exception and that was among Chinamen employed
by a Chlneso planter who were allowed peanut oil,
bad pork, and rotten sanuges to their hearts' con
tent. When nil those facta are put together you
will agree with me that 1 haye good and reasona
ble grounds for my view. U. W. V.
PlMuaat Xiatorul 01ft.
At tho recent demolition of that time honored
land mark, Knumaka pill Church, the Iter. Mr.
Forbes procured one of tbe verandah post, and
placing It in the hands of one of oar skilful arti
san, there earns forth a very handeoise mm,
beautifully finlabed and polished, w blob ks pre
sented to the vetoran missionary paitor, tbs Kev.
11. T..ll Umlll, - ' i
More than forty years Ago, Dr. 8. and Us pao-.
pie, wun ureal laoor ana very bhuui means erecieu
thU churoh edifice. The Umbers that coaaposed
ile, with great
hli churoh ed
the wood work vers of native growth, ami vers
brought from the mountains on different parts of
Oahu, long before there were roida or teams for
lightening tho toil of labor. Bat tbe natives
wrought willingly and the bulkU-g waseouapUted
within a year from its commencement, anjdedi
cated to the Christian worship of God. 'ttm cleri
cal brethren who swilled tbs pastor et Its Comsat
cralloB have nil gos on to biffMr lass above.
T , littla chare of twsntv members, iret araan-
uea wiiui its wauw aavs ana miw sway
death in hope of eternal Me.
of Ovist has Imm fa-hf ally
koMll (rll Jt
tbese lou Tears, and nearly fow thousand bwhm
bseatMfsbsM gsthersd btto tfca sbwuh a
it i Mmoi. u
Um a Under tkeofbt of Mr. Vatbes to seewsv
tbk nSB-atofa Dr. f. from tbs place otbkloaf'
UboM, un- was mm highly awl mat sts -f mw i
. etoUd ky ttw 0sujy iac.