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Bf K. P ADAMS.
Hy order of ll.o Minister of the Interior,
On Saturday, Jan. 14,
On tho Promises,
at 13 O'clock m., wn.i. iu;nn.r.
A WOUDKX nriliDINU F0..MK.I-
LY occri'ini) in
)!jn llrcthera, ns a ltoat Shop on ttia Esplanade
To he removed In ten days,
.. I. AIIIH4. Auc'lr.
HATrilHAV, .F-AMUKY II, 1SS2,
at 13 o'clock it . Hi Store nf II Hiichfcld A On., will
be M for account of whom It may concern,
Tho Following (Joods, Dniniigptl on
Voyago of Importation,
K Ship Sir l.nnri'lut, frnm Uirrpmil, !.
A l . in illnmnml, Mil. Ml. TBI, aa. STI OT, r.M, Wl,
Vn mil, fill, mil III Dales of Hags. Aim at slime time
will be olTircil,
I!, I". ADAMS, Ancfr.
LARGE SUE OTSUGAR BAGS!
riT unura or
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
SATURDAY, JAN. 14, 1882,
AT 1-! O'CLOCK, MOOS, AT TllCllt .Tour
WILL DE 80LD AT AUCTION
TO CUISB roSBIOVSICNTS,
TWO IIUM)Ui:i) HALLS OF SlHlAKHAfiS.
TKKMM AT SAI.H.
K. T. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
REGULAR GASH SALE
ON' THURSDAY, JAN. liltli, 1882,
At in A. M., nlNnlcn llooin,
Sacks Corn, &c.
11. I1. ADAMS. Auct'r
lli-AX. Estate 2
AT KALI HI,
On Siitnnliiy, Janiiury SSth, 1882,
At 12 o'clock lintiii nLSnttP IE no in,
X Will Offor for Sale at PuMlo Auction,
That rcriflln plccv or parcel of LaihI at Killhl, OnJni,
villi nil iht, l.iillfllnj'r Qntl Tenement thereon, now
tmrnrd it ml nccnplril by J, (J. MullWon, nucl ultii-Ud
alimit M) ynnli man kit of the iiuln nwifl. nrnr Mr. il
IrrN new fioutr. cnutulniiiiin urea of 1 C7-Hl ntri.
Ilnlf of the lintl U In Knlo pitches, ofnlilch thero
rtj six. Tlirr( U ii nm tioiiir upon the propcrlr, con
ttlnlnu 1 I'ftrlor, II. (.moms 1 Dining r-miii. Kitchen
ml Pantry. 'I hero I alo a Iurj;e ChlcLci, House nnd
Chicken urtl, u Pig Pen.
A Rpod Well with Force Pump,
LT" Denis nt rurchjicrs1 eipuue,
K. 1 ADAMS, AncMr.
Nos. G nnd 78 Hotel Street,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by tho Buy, "Week or Transient
Soda Water nnd other Iced Drinks
Meals Served in First-Class Style
, AT AI.1. IIUIIIIN.
HKNHY J. 11 ART. 87fl SI ELLIS A. HAKT
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
Ltt"v,'V'J .' t?l
W JNO. M. IaAWIsOR at CO Proprietory
HOTKL HTUKKT, HONOLULU.
Entrances on Hotel, ltlchardi, nml IlerrtanU Htretti
FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
rrlcestlinr-amiiajVlrit-Clj" Ilotcli In Sin Trundico.
ALL PERSONS SEEKING EMPLOYMENT
AND AI-li PAIlTlliS KITIIKU IX
llonoiuiH many hCIIio Ulnnd. In llio Uroip
In Want of Employoos
WIL Hle mlB 'h,!f ",,,, Wiiiii to tl linden
ISitX" JII Jo IHrt tUelr iocrtu till tlu-lr order..
J It' ATlll'.UloV. Kimilojininl Uommltlct
. " DILl'lNtlllAit. J Y il.b. A. Wt.ni
Hollister St. Co.
Huaphrcy'a Homeopathic Medicine Co'
M5 VllltU A .Ml
Crown Perfumery Co., London.
Hollister 8 Co.
Ascnti (or Hie
Celebrated J. 0. Ay n't) CCo'i Medicine
fHE HAWAIIAN ANNUAL!
The Register and Directory
-' for i sea.
Aro now Ittued nd VitU MAI.I: t IU Stoic, of
-rr hkki villi riNtJiT articix ix
thla Hue to bo (ouud In lU clljr
for Sal !
gXK riNK DtHIiaKHMC. HIMB AH
ctalk. tll broken to harne.a, aetcn ra pi
i" WffSltnMC.jrv'Jtn.t l.'l li-kifciiibirf"111 W'
I tO-lni ' Ku,ulio of b. M1UM.1.
Importers and Dcn-lers in
or AM, III.MIII,
URGE AND WELL-SELECTED CARGOES
ALL 1111) USUAL H'JOGK SIZES
TIMBER. PLAUK, BOARDS,
FENCINO AKD PICKETS
LSO. OIV HAND
A Most Complete Stock of
V FINE ASSORTMENT OF WAIL PAPER
BOLTS. SCREWS. Etc
Scantling; Plunk, Burfnco anil rotiRh
UonrilH, Riirriiccil anil rough ; HhIIpiir,
l'ibkclH, Uitatic, I, ittluc, Uliipbuartl.
A1..SII, in rYMMM,
Paint and Whitewash Brushes,
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS!
DOORS SASH BLINDS
Of Eastern nnd California Make.
FOR SAI.C I QDAKTIT1CS TO SUIT
C. BREWER & GO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED, PElt
American Bark " Ceylon,"
THE FOLLOWING LIST
STAPLE AMERICAN GOODS
WHICH IS NOW OFl'EIIKI) FOIt SALE
UPON EASY TERMS.
Steam Goal, Cumberland Coal,
rrnnMln Coal in ennkn. for Family Use.
180 decrees tent,
Cut NailK, Gil to 40d,
Liintcrn, Charcoal Irons,
Hunt'i Axcr, IIunt'H llntchetH,
Curd 1ST ii t c li e n ,
Tnr, Pitch, Itositt, Tuqieiitine,
A CUOICK ASSOM'MKKNT OF
Ill MKIITIIO or
Corn Starch, Tomatoes,
Hoston ll.ikcd IlciuiR Genuine),
Fmicy CmckorN !
11 1 m 1 1 r 1 m 11 o .
Huckiu's Toill.lto ntld Mock Turtle Soup,'
OnUph' llrud. !
v . .-,
Hum nnd Tonguo,
Mulo nnd Ox Carta,
Oiling In the Itrga stock of roerchandiao io tb I
At i'rkt tkat will Mult tar CtutoBipcs.
otj t , aiKw:a
msim For Sal.
1 NKW aO-IIOttSJK l'OWEU KN
1 GINK, In ptifect order, rorHiUby
H tf C. HRKWKB CO.
Block, Fort St.
and wo Cordinlly Invito tho Public of
Honolulu to Call and Exatn-
e;. :e. ja. i j jsx. &,
J. NOTT Sc Co
TIN, COPPER & SHEET IRON WORKERS
numbers, Gas Fitters,
and Tin Hoofers,
Keep in Stock, All Klmln (if MnterUI in Aboie
I.lney, and of
BEST WORKING BRANDS
And are Prcpnrcd to xecate any and
ALL KINDS WOBKIH THESE BRUNCHES
'Ships' and Schooners' Caboohcs,
cooVlnj capncltj for 100 men.
M 3EO "T ALSi
Sheet Lend. Sheet Copper. Mieer Zinc.
GohunUid and IIIhcL hhrcl Iron, 18 tnSS gauge;
lluie.'l'ln I'liti. Ic. lx, Ixx, Ixxt;
Copper rilenni 1 le. U to 1 1n;
hhiel Copper, lfttii'JOoj. to tfjunre foot,
lini ed nml ilean;
Hr Solder, Tlnnmn'n holder. Copper anil llrao Wire,
U.lr.ihUrd Mnter l'lpe. , 4. 1. 1(. t)',,'.'ln;
Full A.rorlnu ill uf Elboua, T, Union., etc.
Water 'loet. Can Iron and Lead Moll Pipe,
llo.e l)llt, Mcp Cocke, t lain llibl,
rtllier l'laicd ami Nickel llj.la L'ci k j and l'lujl,
CombliiHltim Cock., for cold und Lot Mater;
Jliite Coupling., Tubular Mumer Hradt,
Haiti Tub.. Hop and Ccppere,
Ca.l Iron hlnk. huldering Copper,
l'lpe. anil l.u. 'InnK,
OulT. Circulating ilollera, for euppljrlnj; bath alnk,
Vc lti hot attr;
Lead ripe, t to 'J In.
HOUSE I lRISlSllliG GOODS
FEB F. S. THOMPSON.
SU Oil Ab
ONi: TO MIX LIHIITS;
Llbrarj, Hall, Bracket, Mi denta' and
Now on Hand, a Fine Asst.
Granite Iron Ware
Mr, roll. tail-Iron. 'Stew Van,, Milk Hollers, Blicnl
Cutler.. .Icily Milliner., Mo.-icamp. KerciiK HIoyc.
Toilet Pct, .li'llr .Mould., uri:o aa.urlment; Iu.t
Mcrnb, hhoc. anlanil Mahfa Ilruihea. f Inur and J.llr
VI... .n. llr..n.. &),... Ill .!. I . lAn. ll.l, ,,....
1'i.vr, . .',.. , .,," r, .'. u,k,lll,, 'U.i( t.l ,,. J,P,
Clothes Wrlnier. Crlmpln; Irmn, hauce I'an., tinned
1 and enameled! Chopping Tr. 11ml Knliee. Wire Mrat
vorer., uioinea ric., nioie roii.h, ueui rana, cako
Crockery & Glassware
Hnch Cnpa and Hauctra, Platea, S',j to 10H Inchu
In diameter; WI..Ilakr.. Unup Vureen. VeiHabl.
I"he. Milk and Crmni I'ltcliei.. Kucra and fia.ln..
Chamber., Tumbler., Uoblct., Kluger Hon It, Duller
and Sufar Dl.Uet, Cako blanda. etc , etc.
Carriage and Cart Material !
To Arrive lex F. S. Thompaon and
rellne.. Ttlmt. Spoke.. Kln.lej'. Axle., ditto half
ral'nl P.iijtr Cartl;i Hull., illitn Lainpt. Snlkr Itima
and Upoki., llutajr hhafta, Whlfflelrce., Fenulct, ic.
Alto, llor.o and Mule !hiei, ditto HiU.
' And Intend In njht It out ou Ibla llua."
J. IVOTT Ac Oo.
nopolola. lTpt. th. 1W1. Wit
a family. Uualci
A fiOVERXKSS VOW HKVKRAIi
r children, In family. Musical training de.lrtd.
csBCdally.'lor inching playing on tha Plann. Inqulra
ol (TI II) Y, A. bCIIAKrXR Co.
Snlo of Iicnao of Government Property,
On Weilntadaf, t'eliruarjr 1Mb, fil, l tho front
entrance nfAlllolml Hale. ntUo'clock noon, nlll be
eold at I'nbllc Anctlon, the leaie of the upper floor of
that (Internment II ulldlnickiinnn a the IIO.'(M! Ml
I'O.ST lll'IICI, altuateilon tho corner nf .Merchant
and Chapel Streeta.
TKItMH Leate Ojeara, iipeft price per nnnnm SVM,
payable iioarterljr In ndiancc.
V. X, AKMHTKONO, .Mlnleler of Interior.
Dept.nf Interior, Honolulu, Jan. lllh, ISM. TiH
Jin. II. I. riAiiiirii In. thla ilijrlicenappnlnlrilnn
ARfiil to crant Marring. Licenses for the District of
Makawao, Itlnnd nf Maul, It. I,
, W.N.AUMSl'lttlNtl, Mlnltternf Interior.
Interior Offlce, Die iwih, 1881. mm
tiniclal notice lm llil. day been rrccled thlt In con
'iirnte of the rclgnatlnn lijr Jnenn I'erry K.qnlre, nf
tlinofllceofUnii.nl for I'oituual. tho Ciin.nl for Italy,
K. A. Nchaefer, K.qiilre, will temporary ditchart'e the
dullea of Conanl for l'ortugal. All pcr.on. arc tc'iicl
idtolvc full fjltl, nnd credit tu all 111 oHlclnl atla In
that capacly. W. L. OltKII.V,
Mlnltter of Foreign Aflntra.
Dcpt nf Torclgn AITalra, Hunoliilti, DeeiiUth, 1SSI,
TU at bS7
Snlo of Iionso of Government Ijniiil.
On Weilnc.ilair, Janiiury IBIh, lew, at the front en
trance of Alllnlanl Mali: at llu'cltik nnon. will be .old
at Public Aurtlon, the leute of H1.1t trad of land
belonging to tliu Ilanallau llotirinnvnl, altuated In
li.kl-AIII), IIA.UAHt'.t, llAWall, bounded
on thcKa.t liy tlraut to Kama and llenlamlna, nn the
Wet by Ktehla, on the Mauka .Ide by (lovcrnnient
rood ad running ton point at the eca, coiilaliilng an
nnn of Ilf) acrea, more or le...
TK1IMS. I.ea.c l.'iyenr., nptet price $10 per annum
for the whule, payable annually In advance.
II. A. P,CAIITi:it,
Minister of Ihc Interior.
Dept. of Interior, Honolulu. Dee 13th. 1MI. WHt
Notice to Mnrluem.
Public Notice Is hereby Kleii, that on and after the
PI BIT nf JANL'AHY 183.', there will be exhibited on
the extreme H0111I1 West Point of Molokal, a flxeil whlta
l're.ncl Light of fourth (itlOniiignltiidrthowlns around
the lonipn... The Light la at an eletatlon nf M ft. from
tea leiel and la rl.ible from a common uhlpadeck In
clnr ncathcr a distance of II nillea. Toner I. palmed
white. Lantern red. 'J lit healings are Magnetic and aa
(I) To Dltnond Head N W1 Weat,
() To Jlnknpn.i Point X. t Wet.
(.1) To Mnkapu Point X. "" West.
(I) To NW Point of .Molokal X. S East.
(5) To XW Point of Linal M. W i:t,
Olllce of the Interior
Honolulu, Xoy I8II1, l&SI. Ul am
The election of ltepn scnlntlrea In the next Le;ls
lallre Assembly, will take place tliroughoni the rnrl
mis Election llldrlctnnr the Kingdom, on Wednesday
the 1st day of Pcbruar next.
The Polls at the seieral plnccs of election will be
opened nt 8 n'clnik a.m. 011 the day aborc named, and
closed at 0 o'clock r.M.
The following places are designated for holding the
District of Hllo Court Houe, Illlo
Inspectors of JlUctlon
(. W. A.IIapal Police Justice
L. tejerunce -Jj Aiur
Jos. Xunnlil Tax Collector
District of Ilamakn.i Court House. Ilouokaa
Inspectors of Kl'illon
J. P. Mian, District Justice
"; A. ljpiuli Tat As-essor
Cha.. t llliams, -lax Collector
District of Kohala.... Court iloiie, Walmea, So. Kohala
Inspectors of Klectlou
il. II. Mahiilra Diitrict Justice
eo. Uel'l, .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'".'.'.'.'.'.''i'ax Collector.
And .1 Hecond Polling place at
Couit House..... horth Kohala
luspCLturs of Election
II. Jnhnsoi District Justice
D. S. Kahookauo,.
District of Xorth Kona ,hool House, Kallua
Inspector of Klo'liun
.!.(., llonplll District Jutlcc
District of bouth Koua School House, Hookrna
Inspectors of Kditlon
O.W.P. Kaeo . District Jnsticc
D. II. Xahlni , Tax Asst ssor
John Xuhlnu, Tax Collector
District of Kau Hpeneer Store House, llonuapo
.1. II. S. Mart! A- District Justice
II. M. Whitney, .' Tax Asstssnr
J. K.iuhane, ,:.i. ...Tax Collector
District of Puna.,
.Court Ilonse. Pobolkl
J. W". Xneolc,
District composed of Lohalni, Olownln, Uktnmhame
Court House Lnhalna
Inspectors or L'lcctinn
I). Kiiinaloplll, Police .In. lire
J. M . Kalua Tax Assessor
h. K. Kulue 'lax Collector
District composed of Kahakcloa and Kaannpali
bchool House llouolua
Inspector, of Kkulnn
District beginning with and Including Walhce and
extending 10 and Including Honiiaula,
Court House ,Valluku
lnipwlorr uf h led Ion
II. Knlhclnnl,, Police Ju'tlce
T. W. Kicrett, Tux Assis.ui
W. il. Kcanu 'lux Col In. tor
District beginning with and Including llamnkuafoa and
exienulug loaud liiclmllug ul 1,
Court House Makawao
W. P. Mnssmau,, District Justice
f. II. lliiyseltleii, 'lax Assessor
A. lotnaiidcr, Tux Collector
District twinning with and Including lCuhiklr.ul and
extending to and Including Koolau,
Court House liana
Inspectors of Klectlou
S. V, Kaul, District Justice
P. Kawaiku, Tax As.r.tor
P. Kamal, .....Tax Collet tor
District of Molokal and Luiial
Court House Pukuo, Mulokat
Inspectors of Eli it Ion
. K. Kuplhea, ,., District Justice
J, Xnkmcka, ,.,, ,,, Tux Assessor
J, Kaliupihanle Tux Colleclur
And a .eiund polling place ul
School House Itaohai, Lnual
Insneclur. of Election
S. Kahoohalahala District Justice
It. W. Meyer, School Agent
It. Xentou, " '
l nil u 1
District of Kona , Alilolanl Hula
Iiispeclots of Election
II. V, llickerton,, ,.....,...., Police .In, lire
J. U. Hush, , Tax Asses.er
II. 11. Luce, ,,.,,'1'iix Colleclur
District nf En a & Walauan... .r-chool Ilnute, Honoiilliill,
Inspectors of Election
W. !. Xecdlum Dl.lrlcl Justice
Prank Itrowii , Tax Assessor
A. Kauht, , Tx Collector
District of Walalua Court House, Walalua
Inspectors ot Election
H. K.Mahoe, v -,,,,..,.DIlrlcl Jli.llcq
1. r ,,,., j J'l.inci uiisiicq
District nf Koolaiilna. Kchnol Houso. Ilauula
Inspector, of Elritinu
J. Kuluhl District Justice
11. Kaualhlio, Tux As.es.nr
Pauklalanl Tut Colleclur
District of Koohiupoko Court House, Kaueohe
Inspectors uf Election
J. L. Kaulukou ,..,, District Jmtlce
T, A. Llojd, ,,, ,.Tax Assessor
W. 0. l.uu Tax Collector
District ol Walmea School Ilojse, Walruea
Inspectors of Election
J, Kauai, ...,,.,., ,.. .District Justice
I. IL Kapunlll........ Tax Assessor
A. Kaiuuu ...TrtX Collector
And a second Polling place at
School House , Xllhau
Inspectors uf Election
Geo. Ray District Justice
J. II. Kalka,,,,,. , , Tax Assessor
E, Kalule,,., ..,.,,.,..., Tax Collector
District of Puna Court House, Llhus
Inspectors nf Election
H, It. Hapuki District Justice
J. I.. Tucker,,., ,,,.,. Tax As.et.nr
A. W. Maloh , I'ax Collector
And a mood Polling plaee at
Court House , ., K0I04
Inspectors of Eltittou
J Hardy......... .....Tax Assu.or
Itsr. J.' W.'siuYlii',.','.'.' .','....'.'.' school Agent
District of llanslcl. Court House, Haualel
Inspectors uf Election
J.sUklta .'.,.-,, District JastU
It. Puulkl.,.,,,..,.,.,., . .laxAs.es.or
W. Lovcll,, Tax Colleclur
Aud. a second Polling place at
School Iloust ,. .....Anahola
Inspeetocaof lecllon '
J. II. K. KaUl ,. , ..District Jiittlca
Ja. Husb... ,,.,.,..( ,,,...,, ,.,,(. I ax Collector
B.W.WIIC3X bcuoul Agent
W. X. AUMbTBONO.
Minister of tit J.lerlor, ui Intirlm.
Intarlor Oct, Dec. U, mi. tW H It.
Exprrna CnrrlnRo ncRiilntlon-Stnnil No. 6 I
Notice Is hereby glen that Stand Xo. 6 being the
makal side of Hotel St., from Itrcwer'a llloek east, lias
been chanted to the mauka side of Hotel St., at the
easterly Junction of I'nlon St.
No more than Six Carriage will be. allowed on thla
Stand at one tlme-fo-ir on tho Union St. front, and two
on the Hotel St. front.
W. X. AltMSTItONO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce. January r.lh, IfcC 2. Tl 31 SS7 3t
A Proposed Amendment.
To Article of the I onttllntlon granted by Ilia M
Jety Kainehameha V,on theUVtli day of Anjtust A, II.,
1841, amended and approted on the 13th day of May
A. II. ICC", according to Atllcle HI of the Constitution.
That Article Mr,f the Constitution be and the same
a hereby amended in as to read as follows!
"Section M. The IleprerentallTCs shall receive for
Ihelr sertlcra .1 cotnpensitlnn til be ascertained by law
and paid nut of the Public Treasury; but no Increase of
compensation shall take tflect during the year In which
It sh ill linre been made; and nn law shall be passed
Increasing the compensation nf said llepresentallres
beyond the sum of l'ltn bundled Dollara for each
I hereby certify I hat the foregoing Hill passed Its third
rending In the l.etlsiatlte Assembly of the Hawaiian
Islands on the Dili day of Julv A. 1). 18WI.
... ,. . JAML'S M. MUNHAIIIIAT,
To Article tl of the Constitution ,ionted by Kameha
melia V. on theWihday of August A. II, Iftl In accord
Slice with Article Hi of mid Constitution
.Section I, That Article CI or the Constitution granted
by Ills Majesty Kaniehamcba V. on the KUlb day uf Au
gust 1801 be and the same Is hereby amended In accor
dance with Article BO of said Con.tllnllon, by striking
out the words "flse hundred" and by substituting there
fore the iriinli "two thousand'' and by striking out the
words "two hundred and Ally "and snbstltnllns; there
for the words "onu thousand" so that the Article
shall read a. follows.
" Article 61. No person shall be eligible for a Itepre
senlallte of the people, who Is Insane or an Idiot; nor
unless he be a male subject of the Kingdom, who alinll
base arilted at the full age of twenty-one years, who
shall know how to read nnd write, who shall understand
nceiiunts, and shall hate been domiciled In the King
dom for at least llireeyiais, the last of which shall be
the) ear immediately preceding his election and who
shall own rcul eslnlo within the Kingdom of a clear
value orer nnd abuse ill Ir.tuinlinincea nf at least two
thousand dull irs. or who shall have an annual Inconm
of at least one Ihousund ilollirs, derived frum any
property or some lawful employment."
I hereby cutlfy that the foregoing Hill passed Its
lilrrt reading in the I.eglslalhc Assimbly nf Ihe Ha
waiian lslmds on the lull day of August A. I). I!").
JAMhS M. MO.NSAIIKAT,
87? Gl 3m
Licenses Expiring In January, 1082.
Wm rennell. King at, Honolulu
Whitney ,l llubertfon, Merchant st,
II K Miiiiu. Knllbl, -
I.um Uul Ki-t. Nuiianu st, "
Sum Nnwleln, Hole! si,
Knnng Yin sin.' ,t Co, Xnuanii st, "
Hop lllng, lleretnnlast, "
Sam Wo Chong i Co. Hotel st, "
Clilugllii A Co. Mtuanu st, "
Tlhbi Its .t siuinsoii, lilakoheo. "
Lewtrs A Cooke. Port si,
Honolulu Iron Unrka Co, Ulnkoheo, '
Ah Teek, Nuiianu si, '
Lule pliintutlon Com'y, Laic, Knolauloa
J ong Park, .Sniinnu st, Honolulu
lie Akol. Miilliiukea st
l in Le. King st. King st,
Allium .1 Aknua, Knalut-n.
T J Mo-.siu.iu. Xuiianu .-I.
i i .p .'inssmuu.cor ning mm iunantt Sts, '
1 Conchee A Aliung, Miunnu St,
I sing Chong A Co. Hotel St, "
l Hop lllng. eor Xiiuann and lleritnr.la St, "
' Maniu I de Quadras, King St, "
I Alice, King St, "
it irr a il.-uauai.
Wo Hop Kee. Ilanapcpe,
Hour I iing, Klloi.ec,
I O S Plnklum, holo i,
' Aloiaii, Kipua, Kawalhau.
I Slien Kook Kce Si Co, Kela, linn,
' Tong Wo, Mnkupnla, K Knlrila,
I Tuck OngX Co. .Mnknpala, X Kohala,
' Ho t,ln, 1'uunliou. Illlo.
i W II Holmes, Waiplo, Hnmnkna,
Hi nr Armltiige, llonokua, Ilatuakua,
1 Sal Hong x Tung Wong, Hoolana, llamakna,
i C Melneckc, Wulohluii, lean.
E Ilntchelnr. Wiiltiikn.
Jas WUIrvin. Wallnku,
I. Akann, llnlku, f
Wong Ainu, Knkomo, Makawao,
Ah lyhcong, Hni.okoli.iii, Lahalna,
Hong Hung Kite, Wulluku.
Apan, Knlnn, Knusl,
Sung Ai, llamnkuapoko. Maul,
A To, Lnhallitt. Maui,
Loo Kan, llulawa.i Kohala,
Atal, Hotel St. Honolulu,
1 nek Till, Xniinuii SI, Honolulo,
Kong Lung. Klhtiiea. Kaoal,
Allen t, Slaektiole. Knwalliue. llnwall
' Akono, Walleic, Illlo, Hawaii,
' Jos Malkaloa, Kalalll, Illlo, Hawaii.
11 R Mclntyre & Urn, King and Fort Sta, Honolulu.
Henry Vlelra, Nuiianu, St, Honolulu.
I Apaua, Molokal.
I Loo Kau, X Kohala, Hawaii,
Wong Gee, Honolulu,
I Ah Choiig, Kwa.Onhu. . f '
in rciir.u.- , v-
I II K Pahee. W.ilohlnu, Kau, Hawaii,
I W It Cornwill. Vtxlkapti, Maul.
'onu iii rental.
I Ahhlm.rilhonua, Illlo, II mail,
I Koo Kee, Hotel st, Honolulu,
) Alut, W niliil.il, Maui.
1 Wm Levy ,1100010111, Oahn,
I U W Macfarlunc, Hawaiian Hotel, Honolnln.
I Frank Sena, X Kohala, Hawaii,
I II Annltage, Hnnokna, IUmnktti, Hawaii,
I sam Xowlcln, Hotel SI, Honolulu.
5 Young Nlng, Kon, Oohu
20 J epooner
ST J 11 lllack, l'
10 Mahcle. Honolulu, Onliu,
14 Xapoa, Honolulu, Onliu.
15 Jos a Tucker, Kohala, Hawull.
3 Iluiila I.lhue, K'linl,
JANUARY 14, lrg2.
All advertisements for the StTuntur Puass must be
sent In by Friday noon. Xo lnserllona for the current
Issue can be guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions de
sired, from which date they charge. Any not so marked
will be charged J months.
THOU. (I. TIIIIUM, .Manager.
The list of voters of the town of Honolnln for
tho ensuing vUction hns been published.
We notice that an unusually largo number of
f rninu houses nro being built in nil part of tho
J. llAmnoAN, who was oxninincd on n charge of
nttcinptiiig to break open Mr. J, A. Hopper's safo,
hn.i been discharged.
On tho fourth page, of to-day' Phem we publish
n tnuisl itiou ot nu nrticlu pit sugar lulling on tho
island of St. Cruze, which la furnished na by Mr.
W. L. Orvcu,
An artesian well U he'lng bored for tho Govern
ment in thu extension to tho lot on which Alilolanl
Halo is Rituated, Tho apparatus U tho samo that
was In mo nt Mukiki.
It is to be hord that tho next steamer from tho
Coast will bring thn noted Prima Demon, Alice
Onto, nnd that tho Honolulu public, will have nu
opportunity of hearing her.
It secma thnt wo nre to Iihto another spell of
disagreeable nilny wotther with tho wind from
thu south. There is n hoavy surf ou tho reef and
tho harbor U uuito muddy mini tho rains.
The llng-sUIT nt the hall of Chins, i'iro company
was blown down on Ttiursdnr morning dnring a
nmer squall. It snapped oil about a foot above
tho ground and was found to bo quite rotten.
What U tho condition of either flng-sUtts in town r
The schooner Jiilln will bo chartered by tho Gov
ernment to take the Gilbert Minders home some
silly or seventy whoo labor contracts hay. ei-niri-tl.
Sho will probably leave about tho first of
The literary nud musical entertainment for (he
benefit of the Onliu college building fund, which
was iiostponod a short time slue, will le given at
tho Music Hall this evening. We lP tu are u
lull house, for the object is a worthy oue.
At Fort Street Church, Sunday, J, A. Crnzan,
pastor, will preach at the usual hours. In the tre
niug there will be a union revival service! tlisaie
ot sermon, "The Posaiblo and Impossible," A
meeting for inquirers will be held lal-o vsattry
after the regular service,
Passs-uks movements bar. beewa rratte light re
cently. The ua'v tmwois btoagnt only one from
Han Franeieco, th. lliwrt ou. from oral Koada
aad ttu 114 na Tula oue fro-t Port Towuaw-.
Tho VMa look flvn piwrneri from liero to Sun
iriiticiRco tlireoof tliem Lliinese.
The Union CTcitlnq mcetlngi nttho ycntry ot
j on nirrci ciinrcu nnvo been continnoel throngh
tlio wrok nnd lmyo been Rcnernlly well nUciided"
A LurriEn recolteJ from Hawaii jMtordny, gnyg
tlint tlici-o hn been roiiib rongh wentlior nt
llnnnnK). On llio IimUmC !ruet viselt ono of her
bunts wns tnrned Imtlom up in llio sitirf, nd tho
load lout. No mlii lin? fnlli n In Koiia thii yenr.
Wtt.LtlM Davis, kccuiuI cfllcer i.f tlio atenmer
.Injtr Iteml, wan Rcntencid to nine montliV Iraprln-
omuent nnd not ni wn worn erroiieonaly informed
nat Snturilnj , ono jenrn' imprisonment nnd 100
!i ?'. " nro B'11" ,0 know 't tlio eentenco In
The brlRintlno Malta moored fttonRiirfo llio otd
Ctiatom Honso whirf, was oirtled nnaltiat tlio
iinli Mnrkt-t wlmrf by llio wind iitidtidoonlhurn
ilny morning, bnl did not dnm ion. Hho wm
lllll nf'er l"""pl"K nK'lll"l "o whnrr n
TnrjiF. hns been nu uiinannlly largo unmoor ot
bnrplnrlcA in Ilotiolnlti dnring llin last two niontliR,
nml tho iimiiiier in wliicli tlio burglam go nt it
fl lows tlicm to bo old lianda nt tlio business, itr.
WnlcrliiMHo n Queen struct sturo is tlio last placo
wbcro tliey l.nvo tried oT,itions.
VTk worn slinwn ni T.inon &rn,.ii. er...e.. n..
other day ti tileco of roek from Cnmpbeira quarry
nt J.wn. It ii of nbruunfsli gray color, is vory
him!, ndni ts of n Una polish, and is perhaps
tlio only rock on tlio island Hint will, 'rim email
tltv Is K-lliI to lio tirnelln.illv ,itti.tlt...l is.!.
hnvonti nbundanuo of excellent building material
neiir nf linm!
1 iipdr will bo nn entertainment of n musical
"" "tewfy chnrneter nt the rooms of tlin Library
nnd Kenditig Hoom Ansooialloti on Tlinrsday oveii
Ing tioxt, which will bo freo to members nnd their
fainlllcH. Mrs. i:. 1. Adnnis, Miss Winter. Miss
, .; Kjn't.'1' "" ',,r,"i Jones, -llrs. J. M.LnwIor
nnd Sirs. Howler will tako part In what promises to
" -.j Liijujuuin iijuiii,
A rnnr.to meeting for nrmiiRlnR pormnncnlly
for mi ntlilotlc society villi bo cilled soon. Tho
ouiiiiiiiueo iinTiug mo mutter In charge Iiavo
ilrnwiiiipthuiiroiiod coiistitntloii mid by-laws,
lliulutrnllonli to have tlio subscription feono
low thnt nil can join, and Io mnko It open to
lad es ns well ns to iientlomeii. It will bo kept
entirely clear of nil political nnd national influ
ences, and will, wo hoist, recolro tho support that
such nu institution merits.
We nro informed that Inst Sunday forenoon n
colored man by tho name of William Jnckson, form
erly of l'nhala IMiiiitation. but lately in the em
ploy of llonuapo mill, wliilo going on board tho
lira la a I with the Blown rill of tho steamer to pro
euro n watch of bis that was expected, fell over
bo ird nnd disappeared. Tho body has uot boon
1 he price of fresh ment has risen considerably
in price lately nnd Iho indications urn that it will
riso still higher. Why this is so wo do uot under
stand ns them Is nny quantity of cnttlo on ths
Islands. ' Jn tho Bui Francisco markets prime beef
irf quoted at 0 to 7,tf cents, nnd medium nt M( to
'M . This is less than one-half tho prico in tho
Honolulu markets, nnd nt tho present price it
.vonld pay to send fresh meat from 8 in Frnncisco
packed in lee. lieef should be cheap in n country
i hero cattlo can be raised nt such llttlo oxpciiBo ns
t Foixowinq is tho program mo for tho Hand Con-
cert nlLuinm Square, wenthor permitting, nttlO
t'.M. this nfteruooii:
March Sweet Lei Lehtia Herger
Overlnr.i-Chnrles VI Ilaleny
nltz -My (Jul e - Cooio
Icrlley Musical Pow Wow, (new) Ileyer
ilnllct Music Astorga, (new) Abert
tlalui Hound Oak, (new) ...Heuiel
the Hand will givo nn extra Concert on Monday,
January ICth, nt tho Hawaiian Hotel, woathor iwr
inittlug. The rainfall for 1831 nt tho Ico Works in Nu
' iiauii Vnlley ns measured by Mr. J. K. Wilder is ns
J follows: Jnnunry.n.'.iu' inches; February, l-LI) Inches;
; .Mnrch, 10.S-1 iiiobes; April, 4.IKJ inches; May, 1.82
inches; Juuc,H.; inches; July. 7.27 inches; August,
' rf.Sl ltiellfK! Sentnmher. T, 71 l,-l,io. Sltnlu.. ! n-r
1 inches; November, (i.lio inclies: December, ' !UH
iiiumni ure.ii, n.eo inclies. Al v. vv. Hall's rosi.
ileiico on Nnuanit street tho rainfall for Dcomber
wns U.ll inches, nnd for tho joar 1881, fi0.20 inches.
At Dr. McKibbin'n resideuco on Heretnuia street
the rainfall for December measured G.lli inches,
aud for tho yenr 1W.70 inches.
At St, Andrews Cnthedrnl tho first freo organ
I recital will bo ;lvnn by Mr. Wrny Taylor, nsslstod
by Mrn. J. it. Paty, soprnno, Tuesday evening,
January 17th, 1882, nt 7:1.1 o'clock.
I Fanfaro Seniraons
J OlTertnlrn In A . Ili.ltat,,
J,l Solo " Angels ever bright nnd fair,".... Handel
I Mrs. Paty.
n I Traumorio ..Schumann
1 i Hymn of Nuns Wely
.1 Tlio Lake, (n sketch)..! Dr. W. Bpark
l Air" With verdure clad," Huydu
i 7 Avo Marie, (Liko distant clii tries) Liszt
I 8 Trioiuphulo March Ganatt
God savo tho King.
Tnr. Masons nnd Odd Fellows of Honolulu nro
'lining mndo nt Lane's Mnrtilo Works A tine liftid-
itono for tho grnvo of tho Into C. S. Hartow. It is
i largo slab of m.irblo six feet long by three wido
ind six inches thick. Tho inse riptiou roads :
Sacred to tho memory of
Corui lius S. Uartow
Past Muster of
Hawaiian Lodge. No. 21, F. & A. M.
Past Grand nnd
Past District Dopuly Grand Siro
I. O. of O. V.
Erected by his brothren
in token of their fraternal lovo.
November 10, 1818.
March 17, 1831. '
Ittquttoit III 2ce.
Foixowren is tho Police Court record for tho
wiuk : T. W. Manchester, assault nnd battery on
Ahakuala, lined $7, oasts ;). G, Segelken, driv
ing without lights, forfeited (10 bail. Aiwnha,
larceny of n chair, nolle pi-owjui enlurod by prose
cution, Hookiukie, larceny of $.V, sontenciHl to
Uf teen months' imprisouiuont at haril labor, lined
$2.1, costs fj. Kaauhonua nud Knliiw.iil, adult
ery, nolle iinufjii! entered by prosecution. J. II.
Hindus, Oruukeiiness, forfeited G ball. Frank
Mahr, Him charge, forfeited $bail. Ah Far,
chootlng iuiiiortod birds, lined sjil), costs $.1, und
in default of pavmcut to bo impri-oned uutii such
lluu is iiald. Chas. Tanner, vagrancy, remanded
for ona week. Joo Pauiola, uslug threatening
- muguHKuiu leeawe, orueieii io giyu n Donu Ul llio
num us su iu supu sou ieinca lownru ivoawo lor
ono year, costs $ 1.20. Knaimaen, assault nud
bnttcry on his wife Hann, lined l, costs l.
Civil record F. T. Lenchan vs. Altrod ltoper,
action for $130 for gcKsls delivered short, Judg
ment fur plaintiff for $113. M. J. Itoau s. U.
HeranalK), action of uiiiuniiwlt fur $171), defendant
confesses judgment. T. Wolcott vs. KHnuea Su
gar CouiiMiiy, action of iitHimipeit for $11, judg
ment for plaint!!!; o iso appealed to Intermediary
Court. Several casus continued.
Henntlfal weather along tho Windwnrd Coast of
Hawnli, with steady trndai. Whitn-wiugedschoon-era
ngaiu begin to Heck tho horizon, a thing that
has uot been seen for Homo timi).. . .'I'lio pupular,
genial nud versitilu Manager of thu Paclllu Sugar
Mill, Kukulhnele, Ilnmnkuu, has resigned and
is to bo tollowed by J. S. Kay, Into overseer nt
Ookala,,..W. Liilg.tto ,t Co's new mill nt Lati-
r-ihoehoe is to bo constructed in u novel manner,
t is to be built ou tho fnco of nu n I most sirpeu
dicular blutt 17(1 feet high nnd is to bit six stories
high, receiving tho cano half way down the bluff
and turning out tho sugar at Ihe bottom near the
sea love). The object is to get it ih low as ixisai
bio (or facility in lluming, nud there being little
room nt Iho bottom n lwrtiou of Iho blurt will bo
blown oil. Operations havo begun...,IIotioliilu
is not tho only place thiith.istoouuiplaiu of Irregu
larltini iu tixatioii. rknuo very careless work, to
say tho least, has becndoiioiu Illlo. 'J he Assessor
made appointments und failed to keep them, and
then evidently supplied the delicienoy ot informa
tion by a heavy draught on a fertile imagination.
Wo hoar of onu uaca iu which n plautor wns called
upon to pay the taxes ou n gang of ten Chlnnmcn,
wdo did not have a single man uf that nationality
in his employ, nud who moreover had never heard
of any such men na tlioko enumerated in the list.
The names, however, souuded vory Chinese, nnd
we congratulato the Assessor en tbe invontivu
nbilitv which has made tho counterfeit no llku tho
J real., ..Many ot tho lulIU along thu Windward
Coast hnvu largo qu intitics ot sugar on hand,
' At,,,,. Ititv w i.l, Sli.S ilia.. nM n...,.bill..l ...
stop until It is removed. ...There U no special
change iu tho crater uf Kiluea, It Un been rain
ing there with llttlo Interruption for more than a
iiionin lust.... The, rainfall ut Ililo, as registered
by 0. il. Wit more for the year 1881) was 174.4
inches. The rainfall for last mouth, December,
was 31 23-100 inches. Thu moat rain for one day
In December was 10. 10 iuuhes. The coldest day ot
the year 1831 was b2": tbe hottest 11"i th. tuost
, raiu for one day, iu 1881 was in March, 11.75 inches;
1 llif. inrt rAin in Tat hntiru urna IKOt lnhi. In
Auwer to Qutry,
tThe following Is received in reply to the query
Ingthe nam. of tho oldeat rsaUdeat ot tb
Kditob Pants i Jaek Woods, born in Debtford,
Eucl.iud. in 8lU, left England on the 21st August,
18.'t, in th. whalesliip h'lunbdlh, arrived in Mono
lulu In tit. fall VUi. U aviys tb. ship ra away
from him, nnd ho has lived In Hnmakun, Hawnli,
ever since, M jetrs. Ho is hale nnd hearty, nnd in
full possession of all his faculties, but never be
lioved in hard work. HamakuA.
Jnnuary 1, 1882.
Things Wise and Otherwise. .
Tho members of the serenading (?) jnrty refer
red to by imr Wednesday corrteniporary ns lolng
nlong Nnuanu nvenuo last Sattirdiy night, say thn
editor of that paper hns not an npprcolatlvo our
for fine music.
" Givo mo nn elegant Latin, and n homely Saxon
word." said Fox, iho great English slatfRirian,
nnd I will alwnya choose) the latter." In thla
respccti our neighbor, tho Oittellt. is not at nil
A letter lately received from Celso Cmsar Moreno
by a frlond of his In town, Intimates hU irilcntlon
Iii i visit us ngain nt an early date. 'Ihls.iino he
will visit na (so his letter siys) In nnltallAn war
vessel; but in what imrlicutar capiclty or for what
Riecial purpose, wo have not been clvcu to under
At a speech-making bonl in Manoa valley tio'
nthor day, ono of the speakers who Is a candidatn,
wns condemned by porno of tho nnillnnca Iwcnnpo
ho would not subscribe Io the Rcntiment that nff
tho Uanltt nro tho enemies of tho natives. This
feeling is tho legitimate bitter fruit of tho teach
ings of somo ot tho native newspapers.
Tho V. B. Ii. in his last issuo of tho P. C. A.
writhing in tho ngony of despair, endeavors to
console himself by considering tho l'nr.ss a trm
IHirnry sheet. Wo regret, however, lo (eel obliged
to hnrnss those wouudeel feelings ntHl further by
nsstiring him thnt thu chnnces ot Iho longevity of
uiu inrjis excoeu mat or tlio '. o. A.
The V. 8. L.'s namo appears in tho KMt, hi
own patier. on fill ecu dllTeraut tickets. Oh. no i
ha wouldn't nnnonuco himself ns n representative,
ns a man shonld, but ho would put his nnino on
ililccn ball its In order to get a fnfr show by riding
ou tho tifpnlnrlty of others. Fifteen tickets!
l'erhnpi lie has faith iu tho ndagc, " There's luck
in odd nuiiibcrs 1"
Onr Saturday contemporary would feel deeply
gr iteful to nn enlightened pnbllo If they would
only look upon the facts which wo havo given Iho
past three weeks as the. mndo up Btory of " a con
victed thief, dead these many yonrs." but no nlln
sinu Is mndo to his own letters. They tell their
own story so plainly, nud nro so damaging that
they cannot be ictutcd apparently.
Wo nndcrstatid that nn order has recently boon
issued to tho Polico to keop their fret, nnd not
their serif when on duty. Let them bo instructed
noit thnt it is clearly within their province to tako
cogni.nnco of such ns offend decency by indulg
ing iu the usn of obscetio snd profane language
tixm the public highways. Do this much and the
ladles, nt least, will bless you, O ye public ser
vants who havo long since loarnocl to recognize
nothing less than a " haul in " ns n call to action 1
LY1HCS OF LANAI.
" When this anow melteth. there shall cornea flood!
A vaunt, my name la (IlllhOX I"
WAI.TMl IN THE SNOW.
(Aiitluiitf con mollo tijn ttslont.)
I" Daniel Webster, when urged lo reply to certain re
peated slundcrs, snld he did not enre to clean oft" his
sidewalk till alter It had quit snowing so we, await
Iho conclusion of a ntighbor't story, beloro we notice."
P. 0. Ailctrtlitr, Dec. Ill
" When the snow has ceased ll falling "
Thus said Walter boy one day
" I will nko my llttlo shovel
And will clear It all away: ,
I will take my little shovel.
Oh I so bright and light and small,
AndasDan'ldld will ldo.
When the snow has ceated to fall.
" When the snow hns ceased Its falling
Nay, dear render do not scorr
I will lightly seize my shovel,
daily clear the eldowulk oft!
Only wait till II stops snowing,
Only wall, and you shall see
What a singular resemblance
Thero exists 'twlxt Dan and me."
But the snow keeps falling, falling,
Whllo the drift grows evr higher)
And If Wullcr Isn't careful
It will put nut Walter's tire:
And the peoplu all are walling,
Whllo the sidewalk Is nultc hid,
SUM nre walling to see Walter
Do as Dan'l Webster did.
Having moro deliberately nnd in cooler momenta
considered tho labor involved in clearing nwny
dirty sidewalks, the Editor of the Adirrtitei- has
concluded to allow thorn to remain as tlioy aro,
notwithstanding his intimation that tho execution
of tho intention to purge them of their Hastiness
wns only delayed in consideration of tho fact that
it had not then quit tuoiclng. This is bland in
deed, and we shall not iu any wise attempt to In
terfere with tbo comfort ho may find in his rcposo
suporiucumbent upon tho heap of muck that has
been raked before his door. He has a right nt
least to tho privilege of lying thereon and of en
joying IU odor too, seeing that it was got there for
his own especial botiofU, nnd more particularly na
it is In part tho legacy of " n convicted thief, dead
theso many years," who, in making a disposition
of his property, cannot at least bo charged with
ingratitude to n former coadjutor and companion
iu n causo onco declared holy. Aud though the en
joyablo couch may have been provided for tho
peaceful sleeper through the medium of what he
would like to believe a "temporary local sheet,"
wo trust its own uvancscenco will in no wino do
tract from the stability and permanence of tho
nrticlo it hns supplied nnd tho fragrant odor with
which it is pervaded. Kefreshed by his nlumbers
upon so agreeable a conch nnd n contemplation of
his iiniqtio surroundings, ho will doubtless bo bet
ter fitted to prosecute to the end the noble task ho
has set lieforo himself, of rescuing the remnant nf
n dying peoplo from tho ravages made upon their
existence by n siraplo-ruindcd confidenco In tho
friendliness nnd rectitude of "white-skinned"
ghouls, who, through their mistaken conttdenco
havo allowed their very vitals lo be projed upon.
Hew Yean at Hilo.
New Year's Day in Hilo passed oft very delight
fully. Tho Foreign Sabbath School assembled at
tl a.m. nnd marched with flags and banners to tb.
native (Haiti) church, where wan asaemblod tho
Sabbath School ot that Church with a large num
ber of tho church peoplo and others. Thero were
a great variety of hymns and choice songs sung
by tho school in native and somo of tho pieces
woro beautifully sung. Thero were also somo flu.
ncxtottcs as well as duets. Mrs. Drown, the wife ot
the Superintendent ot Haiti Sabbath School, nnd
another lady, sang several duets vary nicely.
Somo of tho selections were quite amusing nnd
gave great plensoro to tho young people. Tho
schools marched through the principal streets
Iu the afternoon at one o'clock there was a festi
val lit Court Houso Hall gotten up by the ladies uf
thu Foreign Church for the purpose of raising
money to refit the parsonage of thnt oburch. 'Iho
ladies provided a grand bill of fare, " fit to set be
fore n King," nt a fair prico. Delmonico, the
noted caterer ot New York, could not havo excell
ed It. Thu ladles who got up thla feast of good
things wero thu following: Mrs. 0. H. Wetmore,
Mrs. II. Deacon, Mrs. Shipmaii, Mrs. D. II. Hitch
cock, Mrs. Dr. Kittridge, Mrs. J, P. Hlswm, Mrs.
F. S. Lyninn, Mrs. S. L. Austin, Mrs. Kennedy,
Mrs. Loebonstein, Miss Corn Hitchcock, Misa
Aliueda Hitchcock, Miss Mary Hitchcock, Miss
Hnttie Hitchcock, Miss Clara Mhlpman, Miss
Ijniua Clark, Miss June Deacon, Mia Lucy Wet
more, Miss Mllllo Austin, Miss Anna Austin. Tho
iilivnys-nctivo worker, Mrs. L. Severance, wns
much missed on this occasion. Table were pro
vided for those who desired to sit down and par
take uf thu refreshments. Everything was ot
homo innko. 'the ice-cream made under super
vision of Mrs. S. L. Austin was delicious. Mrs, D.
11. Hitchcock ginger-pop wns in the mouth of
every one, nnd wns considered a rare treat
Charley Hitchcock's pop-corn, popped oft lively) aa
much so ns his mother's ginger-pop. Thu (lower
stand was iu charge nf thu Miasm Austin, nud th.
candied (homemade) in charge of Mlu Aimed
Hitchcock. Thu cay was unusually pleasant. Tbe receipts
wero mora than expected, and very satisfactory to
all. Thu next thing iu urder will bu a fair to be
gotten up by tho young people. J, A. M.
Quartely Beport of Government DUpeosary.
JVi Iht lloaiil r lltallh, UihIIiimii:
I herewith submit my- report for the quarter or
portion of tho qaarterendlng December 31st, 1881,
in which I had charge of the Government Dispen
sary on Mauna Kea street. My service comiiienwd
on tbe 2:id day ot October) during tho sixty-ulue
ihys which completed the quarter, the total num
ber of patients applying at thu Dispensary or
whom I visited at their homes in either caso free
ot charge was 1,.VI7, Tutil number of prescrip
tions 2,t5. Diseases treated! syphilis 11 Jt, leprosy
65, coughs aud colds 4V, goiiorrUcua 28, casino
catarrh 2J, diarrnhen 18, constipation 16, balance
-aiiscelUuoous. Of the leprosy cases treaUx) six
were in charge of the police; the balauco called
at the Dispensary voluntarily for treatment. In
addition many called to ask my opinion aad if I
thought beet for them to be treated witb tb deiia
of warding off tb. disease.
Deaths 5. Cause or death! a oas. ij-rbHii. I
dUrrshea, 1 obstruction of bowels.
Expea.: for drag $427, ot which at Uaart ITS
worth KualaeU on band at iheeudof tb. Urai;
for furniture $41) tbelvrs and oarptmter work tJaVlt;
salaries tjl) printing and sUttooary .; na-
Er advertisement of oaaea hour, (a three mmm.
all palalUig sin s.0t total ffJM).4tt. Kritw
irst week of my rwrvloe total eaUs at -iiipsn
airy 21) during UatwwJi of quarter MM. TT-irit
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