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a. ct. alia.
U. T. aoSISSOS.
ALLEN & BOBINSON,
.TKI)OIM)VS WHARF. IIBALERS IN
tUMNl all aiodac BCILDIMU MATkKlAUJ
r.,i l. Oil. :H.Ac. -aova
MART IX LEX,
H.aol!a, Haa!iaa Islaods.
HONC QUON & LEE ONC
AUTHORIZED GOVMT SHIPPING AGE. . J
Laborers Tor Plantations.
OR OTHER KIND OP LABORER.
Ufa- at 3 Kin tret, blow the Etatloo Dona, oa
Notice of Dissolution of Co-partnership.
PllIUCO-P I RT KRSI!IP HERETOFORE
I ,xwlti brto Joaqain Pervira Hear? Yiera. aoder
Iht tta on f Ptreira Vra. la tbia day diaaolrrd by
buUaI coownt. All liabditea will b assamcd and indebted-
euiicicil by IWory v "
8r" JOAQCIM PCRK1RA.
tlo..lula, January le HH. Ja2i 4t
Noticeto Planters & Others
Iutc to xourr planters and
ti public thai I an prepaml la furnish Plana aod kstl
STEEL PORTABLE T R A M W A V S with or
uhout Car anJ Locomotives, aapcciaily adapted lir
sTfciM PLOL'UIII.N'G mm CULTIVATING
TRACTION ENGINES An ROAD LOCO
MOTIVE. LOCO MOT I Vt.1 tot mo j guafeoT Railway.
I'OKTABLE ENGINES t kit purposes.
VI.UI.G fc t I X K-S for iocbie.
U u. J'JllX rOWLKtt A CO. ut Lecda. EDglatd. wbom 1
rrprfut have supplied Portable RiU ya (ur Sugar Plaoia
iiua ib Caba, TriutUad. betnerara, fern aod Mexico, fur all
likS pUcra they bate aUw auppl.rd
iftlM PLOUGHING TACKLE.
Tiiry alao diiriof the Ust 13 yeara manufactured Loco.
i.,li- .r Railway ia Great Britain aad the Coiuuira, lo.
t M-i4:. Crjloo, fcypt and Peru, a ia. fore op la aft. 3
to. ti. aod uitrd fur all liods of Track aod Traffic.
Tbry bare rappUed tb governaents of Great Britain . Ger
B.oy. Kasaia, Italy with Traction Eatflnea, which bare fteo
rfrry satisfaction, a well aa large number fur private oae.
t .. . . ioaa lo be addressed tw K. U. FOWLKK,
'.DKf .,, . , M(tn. U. W. MACFARLANE m CO.,
ct aa ike Ageul.
. Uh Illustrations, Models, and
, phs of the above Plant
. - ' 'lIW of W. L. GREEN, abjre the Office
i k Co.
R. II. PUWLKK,
fur J oho Fowler A Co.
N. B.-I Propose to Visit the Different Is
lands Daring the Next Few Weeks,
and aliall be fla.1 to rie any infurmalioa with regard to the
p(.lrauut of lite different at) lea of the above Machinery to
r b U-liiy.
.s if R. U. rHA'LEB.
Smokers I Attention I
TU- arkliaigiml haa rrcrlred a conaigiianeat of
CHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
fur aal lo qoaoliiira to aait pvrrhaaera.
. If Til KK CIGARM are fraaw llaivaaia
Ia3 bi'r mf ti. 4l) mm I OO each.
l. AV. Bush.
M 1th 3 I.
NOTICE ! !
VIITICE i IIEREUV GIVEN THAT TUB
ll placea fcoova a
KAKAAKO AND KAHOLOLOA
Ara-eatabliahed and ael apart aa
A a. I any peraaxt or pona Wa'iM ar viarfirg tbuax placea
xMut prraiiMuia from lb BuarJ mt Health or ita Ageota,
iU b proaecat4 accordiag lo taw.
Y II A. P. CARTER,
Preaulroi of the Board of lie. 1th.
Il...luta. rb.4. ISSI.
DURING MT ABSKNCE FROM THIS
KiD(d.HaK ay one. Mra. . MaOSIN. wi.l act tor
urr feu poorr-, and abe afcoa la aataorised to collect aod
rwlDi hr onwy da ...,
Uooolola. Jaa. UHb. I4SI. (JaK) S. MAOSIW.
WING WO TAI & CO.,
Have Constantly on Hand
At their rirrproof Store, oppwit RoaiBia'i, Nauana atreet,
A FULL LINK OF
JAT?AIST and CHIN" A TEAS,
otb High aod Low Priced, according lo Quality.
fill t. r ntatIB Supplies, all klads.
Aloaynhaod a LARGE STOCK OF RICE.
Ibey hetag .g-oa ! Ihrea plantatiooa.
1 ttw .f the I'lSCY SILK P1RL0K SCREEVS Irfl
j,l iy WIMQ WO TAI c CO.
Gunsmith and Machinist !
5. 1 3 Ki g rtire-t, IloooSulu, 11. 1.
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND,
(MS, BREECH & MIZZLE LI)AIII,u;
Or All KlauUa-tf Mkra.
ro grofcTfsc prposis.
All Kinds of Machinist Work
BEPAIEED ! !
AMD SATUfACTIOX OUARANTEKD.
CT Order from tte Oher I.laoda ffl ith
... 30 3o
DAIDlUVn 1TATTF f DFC
DUAIllJI.iU IlULuL & llfiallAUILliiif
Corar mm Klaf Si re I a.
HOP YICK 6l CO., Proprietors,
ON Tl EI0PE1 PLAN !
21 Tickets Given for Amount of One
FlrtUClAu E.ard - - $3.00 Per Week
Smiil-CUss laar. - 4.00 "
ty TbrTabUtwJl alwty Unapplied wllb th best th
Market I..rd. bIS Sia
H1GGINS & JESSETT,
JOS. 50 & 52 KING STREET,
Ir TLI) IM'OIIM Tlll'IM k.i......
i tn general puf.lK:, U.at thy have foruird a Co.
fiArfn ra r. 1 T.A nn . - r
. , I- I'Wr; Vl Cd&rrjTlO OQ lilt U MTt Ol
Cari iige Building,
A ad bar ecgaaed the aerrice of
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
Who are Thornghlj IcqaalDted wltball the
"X7" r xx i a la. 1 xa. b .
We are Prepared to Fnrnish
EXCELLENT WOK K
AND IT WILL PAV TO
GIVE XJS J CALL.
(Jal 81 ly)
AST O It HOUSE
No. 70 and 73 Hotel S.reels,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by" the Day, Week or Transient !
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water & other Iced Drinks.
MEALS SERVED IN'FIRST CLASS STYLE
AT ALL HOURS.
IIKNttT J. HART. (oO) El. LIS A. HART.
IV KW STOIIE,
G- O Z 3S.IM,
.No. 71, Nuuana 9ireet,opwaile McLean Bros.
trr Haa now open for public innrx-ciion a large atuck cf first
first aitd Choice UoodaomprUing t
Dry & Fancy Goods
Crntlf ntn r tblldrtaN I'se, KndUh, I'rrnrh and
Chinese SUl T all Colors, Colored Satins, ,
ladles' aod Ueatlrmens' I ndent ear.
A plndid line of Hock and Plock'nc. Pit',' .. n, C t-
1ki io all color. Ileal Balbrigstti U L Ireoatid
Klbbaas, Cloves, Jewelrj, Hats, taps; cots i. Shoes.
IT" Pint Cla. 1h1 at exlntxaelf Viw price. Slock con-
Uuually being added to by every frteainer.
n GIro mo Cnll. ir
HOMESTEADS, HOMESTEADS !
IOKSAl.K I.N LOTMTOSUIT ITRCHAS
aiioated oo hrretania. King. Young, Victoria. I.u-
natilo and Kinaa Mikli. Knlaikaliua PUins. No healtl.icr
climate, Umil) KOAln. PLkNTV UP WATKR, TIIK 1JK?T
OP ?01L, bEALTIFUL itCK.NtKV, AN U HIKE A III.
NO TARO PATCIIKN.
XT lerm to Soil Purchaser. Apply to
II. J. AON KW.
Frtai Oae t Eixht lacbr,
Long Lengths for Sale in Quantities to Suit
TIBBETS A fORESSOS.
TIIK I'.MIICRSIGN'Ein HEREWITH
cie noiics tbat I will not be responsible for any delts
Cuutracied in my name witooal my written order.
Iloouluia. Jan. 27tb. 1S8I. jaJJ 3l
FIRST CLASS HARNESSES
SINGLE AND UUl'BLK.
For Sale foi? Casli !
AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
At Wm. Levy's Pony Stahles, King Street.
WILL SHORTLY ARRIVE
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. A NEW LOT
HORSES, BUGGIES, HARNESSES. WHIPS
ANI A LOT OF FI RST O.U A LIT V OF
SAY AltfD GR.AXH3 !
At Wm. Levy's Pony Stahles, King Street.
HOUSES A.D BE5GIES TO LET !
I N R E A SO N A B L B T E R M S.
Also, for Sale, Imported Horses. Buggies,
Harnesses and Whips,
AT WILLIAM LEVY'S PONY STABLES,
ON KING STREET.
FANCY. FAST AND GENTLE HORSES !
NOTHING LIKE LEATHER 1
rmllK BOOT mm SIIOETRADe'. SADDLE
and liarnea Makers. PUntere and other using Leather
ar berebp nlomed that I am no prepared to aujiply Leather
EIY OWN DIANUFACTURE !
Aod which I guarantee to be of the rery best material
and workmaoahip, consisting of:
Harness, Skirting. Saddle,
Sole, Upper, Kip Pufi; Morocco,
Calf, Sheep and Goat Leather.
1 am a '.so direct Importer J
Best Oak Tanned Sole,
And all description of Leather and Findings.
A any boaioea is) eoodneted oa a CASH BASIS. I
a enabled to offer oo the tnort tTorable tertna to my costo
iera, and ay 1 an aoch aa defy eosnpetiuoo.
39 HUGH M AC'KAY, No. 20 King at.
KEALIA RICE PLANTATION. KAUAI.
I.E. PERSON ARE IIEBKBl WARNED
Keiha Rice P la Dial too. O rder. have been fi ' J
aa or peraoo. loon I upoo the aa J (rnKi-d. .Her 6
o- in of any day t and aaid orders will be enforced.
UeaUa.lundorK.LOct. ... l.
s sin fii
OIK &LlCfi PARLORS
We, KALAKAUA, by the Grace of
Goi ; of the Hawaiian Islands,
Agreeably to Article thirty-third o
the Constitution of Our Kingdom,
"SVe have this day appointed, and do
hereby proclaim and make known
Olr beloved Subject and Sister, Her
Royal Highness the Princess LILIU
OKALANI as Regent of Our King
doni to administer Our Government
in Our Name, during Our absence
from Our Kingdom.
Done at Iolani Palace, in Honolulu,
this 20th day of January, in
the year of Ocr "LOUD, One
Thousand Eisrht Hundred
and Eighty-one; and in the
Seventh Year of Our Reign.
I5y the King:
W. L. Green,
Premier and Minister of
J Foreign Altai rs.
Under and by virtue of the provi
sion of an Act entitled "An Act to
regulate the carrying of Passengers
arid Freight, and the Letting to Hire
of Carnages, Wagons, Carts, Drays
and other Vehicles in the District of
Honolulu," approved on the 1st day
of August, A. D. 1878, I, HENRY A.
P. CARTER, Minister of the Interior
of the Hawaiian Kingdom, do hereby
make the following Rule and Regula
tion to be observed by licensed car
riers of Passengers and Freight in the
District of Honolulu.
No licensed Carriage, Wagon, Cart,
Dray or other vehicle shall, without
the permission of the Board of Health,
or its Agent, take or carry any per
son who is sick with Small Pox or
other disease, dangerous to the public
health, or whom the driver of such
Carnage, Wagon, Cart, Dray or other
vehicle, shall have reason to believe
has Small Pox, or other disease dan
gerous to the public health, or take or
carry the remains of any person who
has died of Small Pox or other disease
dangerous to the public health, or
whom such driver shall have reason to
believe has died of Small Pox or other
disease dangerous to the public health.
If any such driver shall violate the
provisions of the foregoing Regula
tions, the license of such vehicle may
be revoked by the Minister of the
II. A. P. CARTER,
Minister of the Interior.
Oflice of the Department of the In
terior, February 9, 1881.
Whereas it lias come to the knowledge of the
Bonn of Health that jercons sick with the
Small Pox have been secreted : All jiersona are
reminded that this ia a violation ol the Law. All
arc urged to make known any caeca oi. Fever and
other Illness, and are again urged to be vaccin
ated. II. A. P. CARTER,
President ol the Board of Health.
Honolulu, Feb. 4, 1831. fe.5 3t
The jroce-liD;s in the case of the Kin vt. Laiideacbut,
taken Im fort Ilii H"lior the Chief Juxtire on the tweuty-
sfvt-iith of January, in i'ons'qmarire of which the primm
er was nialilfd to evade the 'iialty of his crime, were
taki-n wholly without the knowledge aud count-lit of the
Attorney Oeui ral, ad interim.
The Attorney (ieutral, ad inUrim, believing this pro
ceeding to be coutrary to public policy, calculated to eu
courae the commission of crime, to tlincouraye Jurors iu
the performance of their duty to society and also those
charged with the apprelieuxion of criminals and the ad
ministration of justice, he therefore deenia it proper to
state that this is not to be considered a precedent to be
followed iu the future.
II. A. P. CAIITER.
fc.'i. Attorney General, ad interim
With the approval of His Majesty, I have authorized
II. E. Vt hitney to transact all business connected with
the Office of Chamberlain.
C. II. JCDD,
ja.'J II. M.'s Chamberlain.
During the absence from this Kingdom of Col. Chas.
II. Judd. Mr. H. E. Whitney will collect all rents for
II. A P. CARTER, )
J. S. WALKER. J Crown Coiuiui
CHAS. II. J I DD, )
Licenses Expiring in February, 1881.
RETAIL.. OA lit'.
Holies & Co. Queen Mreet. Honolulu,
A Singer, conn r (Jueen and Richards Streets,
i H pauldnig. NtiMBiiu Street,
Kwoiig Vat Lung Jc Co. Hotel Street,
M Davis. Nuuaiiu street.
C K Williams, l'ort Strf t,
Nee Hop k Sing Kee, Nuuaiiu Street,
O F ells. Fort Strtn-t,
John Ross, Wailulni,
J (irunwald, Uaua,
P Joaquin. Labaina.
R ET A 1 1. 1 1 A W All.
Aswan, Kailua, North Kona.
W P Akau. Laupahoehoe, Hilo,
Aji Wui. Hilo.
Auua. Kapaa. ,
lug Choug. Kapaia. Libilc.
WHOLES A I.E.
Dillingham t Co. Fort Street, Honolulu
T J Muwiiiiau, corner of Kidg aud Nunanu Sts,
1 Phillips & Co, Kaahumanu s-t.
H Hackfel l & Co. corner Queen k. Fort Sts, Honolulu
hut Chong k Amoe, Hotel St, Honolulu
Tarn You. Makawao, Maui,
Ajwd. Wahiawa. Koloa.
V Akau. Laupahoehoe, Hilo.
G W C Jones. Hawaii.
W C Borden, Hawaii.
John Fegoeirn. Honolulu,
Akau Bros. Hilo,.
Thos Spencer, Jr. Hilo.
W Poe, Waianae, Oahn.
H Waterhouse. Kona. Oahn.
Ah Koi. Honolulu.
Weekly Report of the Board of Health.
The first c ise of varioloid in town, was reported
on the tu instint, siuce which date there has been
44 cases reported, of which four have died.
Keawe, at her residence in Nuuinu-strect.
Amoe, at her sesideuce in Kalihiwaen.
L. lejean. at the Quarantine Station.
Paapaiua, at the Quarantine Station.
There are CI cases at the Quarantine Station, and
0 are quarantined in their houses ; one of these being
in Kaneohe, and one in Kailua. The residences o
the patients who have gone to the station on the
reef, have been fumigated and disinfected, and are
now under quarantine with their occupants, 163 in
number, be'mg visited by Dr. Hutchinson.
The Chinese passengers, per Meifoo, are divided
as follows :
421 detained oo the reef ; S71 at Quarantine
Station. Fisherman's Point. Six of the above are
in the Pest House four of whom are convalescent
Of the cases from the town, very few are of a viru
lent type. The cases quarantined in town are of a
light type, with one exception.
J. A. Uassingeb, Secretary.
' Office ot the Board of Health,
Honolulu, Feb. 11.1681.
DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGX AFFAIRS
Be it known to whom it may concern, that JohsII.Paty
Esquire, having this day presented to tbia Department
his Commission from His Majesty Leopold II, King of
Belgium, which is found to be in due form ; he, the said
John H. Pait, Esquire, is hereby acknowledged by order
of Her Royal Highness the Princess Regent, as Consul for
Belgium, in Honolulu ; and all his official acts as bucIi
are ordered to receive full faith and credit by the author
Hies of this Government.
Given under my hand and the seal of the Foreign Oflire
at Honolulu, this 5th day of February, A. D. 1881.
W. L. GREEN'.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Tenders are wanted for the building of two bridges at
Kipahulu, on the Island of Maui.
Plans and Specifications may be seen at the office of
the Supt. of Public Works, and tenders marked " Tender
for Bridges" mir be lodged with the Minister of the In
terior at or before noon of Tuesday the 22d instant.
The Minister of the Interior does not bind himself to
accept the lowest, or any tender.
Interior Office, Feb. 11, 1881. fel2-2t
Saturday, the 12th day of February, being the
Seventh Anuiversary of the accession of His Majesty to
tne Throne, will be observed as a National Holiday, aud
all the Government offices throughout the Kingdom will
be closed. H . A. P. CARTER,
' Minister of the Interior.
1881. jani'J 3t
Interior Office, Jan. 27th
Mr. Kealoha has this day been appointed an Agent of
the Office of the Registrar of Conveyances in the District
of Kawaihau, Island of Kauai, for taking aud certifying
the acknowledgements to Instruments.
THOMAS BROWN, Registrar of Conveyances,
Registrar's Office, Jan. 20th, 18S1.
Approved: II. A. P. CARTER,
II. A. P
jan J-J iSt.
Minister of the Interior
Sale of Lease of Government Land.
On Wedesday, Mar.ru 2nd, 1881, at the front entrance of
Aliiolani Hale, at 12 o'clock noon, will be sold at Public
Auction, the Lease of thut Tract of Laud belonging to the
Government aud situated in Palolo Valley.
TERMS : Ten Years Lease. Uset Price per Annum,
semi-annually, in advance.
For further particulars, apply at this Office.
H. A. P. CARTER.
Minister of the Interior.
Department of the Interior, (
Honolulu. January jau, iwi. j
Extract from the Civil Code Law relat
ing to Public Vaccination.
Section :MK). The Minister of the Interior shall ap
point. uiHin the recommendation of the Board of Health,
a suitable person to be vaccinating officer iu each of the
guber natori&l divisions of the kingdom, who shall re
ceive such salary, as may, from time to time, be appropri
ated by the Legislature, and shall be removable from
office at thipleasuro of said Minister.
Skitios ::10. Euch vaccinating officer shall appoint, at
least, three convenient places iu each school district
throughout his division, for the performance of vac
cination ; and, from time to time, give public notice of
the time wheu he will attend at such places, to vaccinate
all persons not already successfully vaccinated who may
then and there appear ; and also of the time when he
will attend at such place to inspect the progress of such
vaccination in the persons so vaccinated.
Sei-tion :ill. The father or mother of every child
shall, within six mouths after the birth of such child, or,
iu the event of the death, illness, or absence of the father
or mother, then the guardian, nurse, or person having
charge of such child, shall, within six mouths after its
birth, or ot the earnest opportunity atier, lasesuru cunu
to the vaccinating officer, for the purpose of being vac
Srcilos 312. I'pon the eighth day, following the day
on which auy'hild has been vaccinated, the lather.
mother, guardian, or other person having charge oi saiu
child, shall attain take such child to the vaccinating
officer, that he may ascertain by inspection the result of
Ski this 313. If the vaccination is found to be success.
ful, the officer shall deliver to the father, mother, or
other person having charge of the child, free of charge,
a certificate that the child has been successfully vac
cinated, and shall note the same in a book to be kept by
such officer for that purpose.
Section 314. On the presentation of any child to be
accinated. should the officer deem the child to be in an
unlit state to be vaccinated, he may postpomVthe opera
tion at his discretion, and give due notice to the parents.
or person having charge cr such child, to reproduce tne
same for vaccination at a future time.
Section 313. The vaccinating officers shall visit the
several stations appointed by them, at least once in ev-
trv six mouths, aud otteuer, ir requireu so to uo oy rue
Minister of the luterior, or Board of Health.
Sec-tion 31. Every parent, guardian, or other person
having the charge of auy child, who shall refuse or neg
lect to comply with the provisions of the law respecting
vaccination, shall be subject to a fine of five dollars ;
one-half of which shall be paid to the informer.
iriTiw 317 The several vaccinating officers shall
keep a faithful record of their transactions, and make an
annual report of the same to the Minister of the Interior.
H. A. P. CARTER,
dll Minister of the Interior.
Bureau of Immigration Ordinance-
u pursuance of the provisions of an Act of the Legis-
cember. A. D. 18C4, entitled " An Act to provide for the
importation of laborers and for the encouragement of
ve Assembly, approve! on ue luirurm ui
imiratiou." aud of an Act approved on the 23rd day or
June, A. D. IH08, entitled " An Act to extend the powers
of the Bureau of Immigration. .
Be it ordained by His Majesty in Privy Council on tne
recommendation of the Minister of the luterior, and the
,i . I ; .:..n ... fi.tl.twu. Whorptt. it is ailvlH.
bureau oi iinooia."o ........ .
able in order to protect the public from the spread of
coutagious diseases, that Immigrants arriving in this
Kingdom, snouia oe suojeci io luorougu iunitoiuu,
Whereas it is advisable that a place should be provided
il from the onera-
lur 1UCIU, nucic IIKJ . " " "v .
tions of designing persons and accommodated with suit-
. . - . , , i . ,i . 1 1 1 liM.'A itnrl a vf..
auie iimhi ami lodging, uuui wcj
sonable time to secure suitable employment.
n - i.-. it ....i.iniui Vir.it On the arrival of
i urii iurr, iro ......--... ......
ans ship or vessel at any port of this Kingdom, having
. ..... .... 1 ....... 1 u.i.limf .innliiTHKilil
nuy or more inmiiRrauw u uov -
in this Kingdom, said immigrants shall not be landed
from auy such ship or vessel until permission to do so
shall have beeu granted by the President, or by an Agent
of the Board of Immigration.
Second. When such permission is obtained the com
manding officer of the vessel, bringing said immigrants,
shall cause them to be landed at such place provided by
the Board of Immigration as may be indicated by the
Agent of the Board of Immigration as aforesaid.
Third. An v officer of any vessel bringing immigrants
as aforesaid, "who shall land or allow auv such passen
gers or immigrants to be landed, and auy person who
shall rid and abet in the lauding of any such passengers
'or immigrant without the permission and otherwise
than in the manner as in the two preceding articles pro
vided for, shall be liable to pay a fine not exceeding the
sum of One Thousand Dollars, on conviction before any
Police or District Magistrate.
Fourth. All immigrants landed in the place aforesaid
shall be subject to the inspection of the Agent of the
Board of Health, aud to such orders as the Board of
Health may make in the interests of the health of the
immigrants or that of the public.
Fifth Proper Interpreters and facilities shall be
afforded by the Board of Immigration to enable all such
iuiiuigrauts to make engagements for their services, an
derstandingly and fairly and authority is hereby given
to the Board of Immigration, to prevent all unauthorized
intrusion upon such immigrants and to take such
measures as may be conducive to the comfort, personal
cleanliness and good order of such immigrants while
residing in the said place provided.
Sixth. On the euggement of any such immigrants to
labor made while at the place aforesaid, every employer
shall pay a fee of five dollars for each Immigaut en
gaged by him. which shall be applied by the Board of
Immigration towards the expenses of the maintenance of
the aaid place aud of the immigrants therein.
Seventh. Immigrants not desiring to make engage
ments for labor shall before leaving the depot furnish to
the President of the Board of Immigration satisfactory
evidences, that they will not become vagrants or a
charge on the community for their support.
Eighth. This ordinance shall take effect on its publi
cation in one or more newspapers published in Honoluln.
Done at Iolani Palace, this 14th lay of January. A. D.
ll. KALAKAUA Rex.
By the King : .
H. A. P. Cabteb, Minister of Interior.
Oh. Mrs. Fashionable, what a lovely Poplin Dress you
have, where did you cet it ? At the New Store of A. M
MELLIS, where you will find all the Latest Styles and
Pattern of Dress Good9.
ja2 1H Fort Street.
If yon want any Real Yalenclnnea Laces you will find
theiu at A. M. MELLIS', 104 Fort Street. ja2
TO BE OR NOT TO BE la the question of the day. if
you want TO BE Iu Style you must get one of the Real
Maltese Lace Collars, at A. MELLIS'. 104 Fort 8t. ja2
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1SS1.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
ST A return match between the second eleven
of the Honolulu Cricket Club and the Pacific C. C.
will be played text Saturday afternoon oa the usual
Sr The plans and specifications for the two new
bridges which are to be erected at Kipahulu. Maui,
are now ready, and tenders for the work are adver
rT" Kihewahewanui. a laborer on Kaalaea
Plantation, whilst working about the rollers of the
mill, running at the time, had both feetjlrawn in
and crushed, and has been taken to the Queen's
J5P The anniversary of His Majesty's accession
t the throne, which occurs or Saturday the 12th.
will be observed as a national holiday. According
to notice in our -'By Authority" column, ali public
(jffiees will be cl isi'd on that dav.
Iu these times of epidemic danger, prudence
and te nperauco in living are saving virtues. But
live well ; keep cool and avoid worry ; weed out
bitterness, wiJ all malice of uncharitableness from
your hearts ; and be cheerful aud hopeful in yonr
family circle, and" all will go well.
EiF The damaged ceiling" cf the Supreme Court
Room in the Aliiolaui Hale has been repaired. The
ornamental work of the ceiling has been accura-ely
restored aud it is now impossible to detect any sign
ot the :ecent ncmJeut. I he work of repair was con
fided to Messrs J. Bowler & Co., the contractors for
the plaster wtik of the new Palace.
7 At the close of the Police Court proceedings
on Wednesday, Judge Bickerton gave orders that all
persons not having business in the Police Court dur
ing its sessiou, should, until further orders.be ex
cluded from the Court Room, " in consequence of
the prevalence of small pox in the city of Honolulu,
aud the necessity of crowded assemblies being avoid
ed as much as possible."
"F" The monthly meeting of the Honolulu
Cricket Club was held ou Tuesday evening last at
the Pacific JI e Co. "a rooms. Theie was a fair at
tendance of members. The Captain of the Club,
Mr. T. Lishman, gave in his list of the first eleven,
aud Mr. II. M. Whitney was unanimously elected
Captain of the Club's second eleven.
The newspapers of California in praising the
balmy atmosphere of their Monterey, say that it has
only oue rival ; and that is Honolulu ; and Dr.
Ilillehraud in writing about the character of Madeira
as a sanitarium, says it is far surpassed by our
Lnuaina. The salubrity of this Archipelago, will
make it erelong the health resort of nations.
SI"" Mrs Thompson, a wealthy lady of the city of
New York, who has given away over 600.000 in
charities ; says that it costs 90 cents in benevolent
society official machinery in order to apply 10 cents
to an actual charity ; and that the active promoters
and managers of organized benevolences never give
The captniu and officers of the steamer Quinta
were very frieudly wiih our l iu fellow-townsman
De Jean, and it was no doubt as a consequence of
their hospitality that he caught the disease which
pioved fatal to him. The two cases ot white small
pox patients reported yesterday may be attributed
to iufection derived from De Jean, at whose restau
rant the sufferers used regularly to dint.
Mcsic. Tlie li uid will pl.ty in Emma Square
this afternoon, commencing at lour o'clock. Fol-
owinir is the programme :
March -Festival Faust
Overture Light Cavalry Sunne
'avatinu The Mountaineer Pacini
Selection Cinderella Rbssini
Polonaise I'll follow Thee.. Farmer
Quadrille Under the Palms Kuhuer
The second niooiilislit conceit will take place ou
Monday evening, lK 14th, in Emma Square.
The Chinese residents in the city are raising
fund for the pui-pusc of erecting on the reef a
separate small-pox hospital for their couutrymen.
where they can be attended by their own physicians.
Messrs L Aseu, Goo Kim. Winn Wo Tae. Goo Yuk.
and Chong Wong Ting are a committee of manage
ment and are actively engaged in collecting sub
scriptions aud iti organizing matters so that the
building may be gone on with at once. Mr. Aseu
says that people do not die of small-pox iu China
when they have L hiuese physicians to look afte
55P Rapid prog" ess is leing made with wor1, in
he interiot of the P.ilace. The upper story is in the
hands of the contractors for the plaster work,
Messrs. J. B.iwler & Co.. who have already finished
he greater put t of the plain work aud much of the
ornamental ceiiing. The ceilings in the verandahs
at front and back are nearly completed and are
worth an inspection; the tasteful designs of Mr.
Moore having been reproduced in a thoroughly
workin mlike manner Below, the Throne-room is a
chaos of woiknicu. mouldings, ard carving. The
more importaut part of the work is. however, being
xecuttd at the factory ot the contractor, Mr. George
Lucas, under ti.e immediate eye ot Mr. Moore.
The improvement of the road-way in Fort
Street being completed, Mr. Supei visor Hart intends
to efiect a similar good work in Nuuauu Street, com
mencing at Queen Street. The construction of well
macadamized road-waj3 in its principal streets ought
to mitigate one of the summer plagues of this city.
The blacksand, a distribution of which used to be
looked upon as road-making, in Honolulu, began
steadily to move towards the sea as soon as laid
down, blinding the eyes of citizens on its way to a
final resting-place at the bottom cf the harbor. It
is expected that the surface of streets constructed as
Fort Street uow is will not blow away so readily, and
tbat both the city aud the harbor will benefit accord-
J27 The Royal Hawaiian Library received some
short time ago an accession of new books including a
number of valuable technical works, memoirs, aud
books of travel. Amongst them may be found
Memoits of Prince Metternich, of Charles Kingsley,
of Madame de Rcmusat, Smith's Life of W. E. Glad
stone, Froude's Caesar, Las Cuses's Memoirs of
Napoleon, Schweinfurth's Heart of Africa, Bartlett a
Ejiypt and Palestine, Alcock's Three Years in Japan,
Escotl s Lngland, linker's lsmaiia.iiarth s Discoveries
in North and Central Africa, Wallace's Geographical
Distribution of Animals, Dana's feystem of Mineral-
ogy ; lieiu's Law oi storms, i,aoor ry josepn look.
Boston Monday Lectures), liaeckei s involution of
Man, Woolsey's Communism and Socialism, Baird's
Rise of the Huguenots, Bayard Taylor's Translation
of Goethe's Faust, Mrs. Cowden Clarke's Concor
dance to Shakespere, Sanitary Engineering by J.
Bailey Denton, Baird s banitary Urainage of Houses
and Towns, a number of works on Construction,
Engineering, an I Material for Public Wctks, and
sundry Medic 1 Works, including Dr. B. W. Riehard
Police Cocet. The following business has been
disposed of at the City Police Court during the
week, before Julge Bickerton. Monday, Feb. 7th.
Frank Marcus, who pleaded guilty to attempting to
leave the EiugJom without a passport, was fjoed $25
with costs $3. Chin Ong was charged with having
opium iu his possession and was remanded to appear
when called upon. Tuesday, Kabul (k) and Kasj
(w) pleaded guilty to a charge of adultery. Kabui
was fined 3J and the wahine S15 ; costs in each
case sz.ou. LJwara uarton ior uruueuoea a
fined S5 and 1 costs, and M. Martin charged with
the aame offence, had his bail, S6, estreated for non
appearance. Wednesday, Ksualo the cabman in
whose express a girl sick of the small pox was found
on the Ewa road, was charged under Sect. 24 of
Chapter 59 Penal Code, as an abettor ol the person
who was comitting the offer.se of not reporting a
case of smaM pi to the Board of Health. Kanalo
denied havi. g .'.:.y k"owkdge of the fact that his
fare was sick of the small pox, and a roe profqui
was entered. Da m charged with drunketesa for
feited bis bail, 0. There rre v cases before th'J
Court on !;'hujsdaj or Friday.
Lookout for beautiful planetary conjunctions
in the Southern and Western sky.
EST A mass meeting of the people is called for
this afternoon, at the Fish Market.
1 1 "
ST One passenger, Mr. Greenwell, was enabled
to get off per Likelike last Wednesday.notwith -
standing the interdict.
7 Tho moonlight concert which was to have
been given at Emma Square last evening, did not
take place, the rainy weather causing an unavoid-
The Minister of the Interior haa declined to
renew the license of the New Music Hall, at a
place cf public entertainment, on account of the
prevalence of small-pox.
E3T The flags of the various Volunteer Fire Com
panies were flying half-mast high ou Thursday, out
of respeet to the memory of Mr. Leon Dejean, who
has fallen a victim to the small-pox epidemic.
7 A Committee of seven members of the Privy
Coucil of which Chief Justice -Harris is Chairman,
have been appointed to assist the Board of Health.
The Committee are, Hon. C. C. Harris, M. Kuaea,
Kahunu. S. K. Kaai, J. U. Kawainui, J. O. Do mi
nis , and W. J. Smith.
""""P Mr. Henry N. Wilson, stage-manager of the
California Theater Company, leaves to-day in the
II. W. Almy. for San Francisco, in company with
Mr J. M. Francoeur and Mrs. Allen of the troupe.
The departing players have made numerous friends
during their stay and we regret to notice their exit.
Charitable citizens who are disposed to
contribute to the comfort and assistance of
sufferers from the present contusion, arc re
quested to do so by forwarding to the Police
Station, articles of old or cast-off clothing and
of which the unfortunate ones in Quarantine
stand much in need.
29th, II. Corn well, Maui ; Sam. Parker ; Ernst
Kojoke, Kkuai ; II. N. Greenwell, F. Fiegler,
I. (i. Tucker, Hawaii. 31st, J. L. Richardson,
Uaianae. 3rd, franz Buchholtz, A. . Purk-
heitn. 6th, A. y . Ilaneberg, E. E. Coriant. J.
M. Thompson. San Francisco ; E. W. Dinnue,
Felanda ; M. O'Reilly, Hilea. 8th, Albert Ellis,
E. Ilalstead, Hilea ; T. II. Cooper, Kauai ; Kconi
We are not responsible for opinions expressed by cor
respondents, our columns being open to all for the dis
cussion of public affairs from every point of view.
Correspondents will please observe that all letters,'
must be authenticated by the names of the writers, not
necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good
To the Editor of the Pacific Cumnercinl Advertisir
Sib, In a late issue, you published extracts from
letters from planters, touching the exactions they are
subject to in the disposal of their produce.
It is a hopeful sign to see men when in difficulty
make searching investigations as to the reason why.
When they have discovered the cause of their trouble,
it is for iheir intelligence to devise a remedy, and for
their manhood lo apply it.
There is no question about the stuff our planters
are made of. The only thing wautin; to them is
cooperation. With that they would conquer the
position to which they are entitled.
For whom are they laboring ? For themselves ?
I think not. Not for them is the honey they make
or the fleeces they bear. What they are toiling for
goes to enrich others who enjoy the pastime of shear
ing the flock and gathering the sweets of the hive.
Why should planters pay twice or three limes the
amount of wages to their laborers for which there is
any necessity T Why should they be made to pay
double the necessary cost for feeding their servauts?
Rice can be laid down in Honolulu at three cents per
pound after having paid oue freight from Iudia to
Great Britian and auother thence here, besides pay
ing a duty of ten per ceat ; but by the levy of a duty
of two and a half cents per pound, the price is arti
fkially raised to the planter to six or seven cents per
pound. Is this the way for planters lo reap any
benefit from the ttety ? It appears to me that it ia
not the way. But it is a certain method for agents
in re.m l.irce harvests from the sweat and aconv of
-v - - f - u - ci I
long-suifering planters. Can not the planters see
that the additional price they get for their produce
through the instrumentality of the treaty, is swallow
ed ii- , wasted, by the exorbitant and unnecessary
' rges levied upon them by Queen street or a small
portion of it ruling the country T
Oneof your contemporaries, iu an excellent article,
as far as it goes, is for making another effort to
obtain East Indians through the Government, and
thinks it may be done through Mr. Armstrong, late
Attorney-General, by instructions from the Board of
Immigration. The writer of that article must be
blessed with a very confiding uatue. The writer of
this was informed by a plauter that Mr Armstrong
bad declared iu h s presence "that planters must
work with Chinese and Portuguse." They were not
to have East Indians. Tbat was the fiat of one ot
the Miuisters. The others presumably bowing to
Jove nods 1 !
Dots all Olympus tremble ?
To the Editor of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser
Sir The Gazette of Wednesday last deprecates
any criticism at the present time on the action or in
action of the authorities, which Las resulted in the
introduction of that dread disease the small pox
into this coinmuuity. It advises " action, prompt,
decisive action." That was just what was needed
months ago; now, however, it is a good deal like
shuttng the stable door after the horse has been
In view of the experience of 1853, it is not at all
a matter of surprise that the natives are much
alarmed at the spread of the disease to-day, and that
in a mass meeting they should request the removal
of the present members of the Board cf Health.
When, on the arrival of the Hermine. from China,
nearly a year ago, it was known tbat the small pox
existed at the open ports of that country from which
immigrants were coming here in crowds, it was
plainly the duty of the Board of Health at once to
have enforced the rule that all passengers coming
from China Bhould be kept in strict quarantine, ouf
side the reef, until such time as all danger should
be passed .of their having or communicatiog the
pestilen ce. But instead of this course, which com
mon prudence shculd have dictated, the lying state
ment of a captain has been, reeeived without ques
tion as to the health of the ship's company, and they
have been allowed to land and mix indiscriminately
with our people. It is said that when the suggestion
was made to the Board of Health, to place all per
sons coming from China in quarantine, the reply
was to the eflect tbat such a course would injure our
agricultural interests, by tending to discourage im
migration from China ! Aside from the sordid feel
ing manifest in preferring the agricultural interests
of moneyed men to the lives oi the people let ns
ask. is Ibis Chinese immigration really a benefit to
the sugar planting interests ? It is a common com
plaiut that the Chinese will not, if ibey c ? Mp ;t
engage on sugar plantations, and tbat when ihey do,
ihey demand a rate of wages so high taut the
planter cannot afford to pay it. A walk through
Maunakea and art ot Hotel streets, will sic" yea
crowds of idle Chinese, apparently holding ou. for a
high i ate of wages.. And it is well koo i tic, that
when they do engage under contract, tb j frcHu"'
ly desert, and if they stay ou,i their terms cf boanJ
serv'ce, can rardy be induced lo engage ior ar.otb.cr
term, but become itinerant dealers in ck ,gi'-. ttc ,"
or set up in the towns as shceiuakers, tailors or
I have no doubt.
Mr. Editor, that if a popular
, ,1.. ; ,f ...
to-day. a. lo the pwey of .
! vote were to be taken
i con raging or otherwise the immigration of Chinese,
j a Urge m"oify -J Jiie iaLnbitcnts cf ee riands
' -rfould leci-ily and cmpbaUcally say i- ; Let u
I have co rnoe of tbesc be locusts !
From (he Wednesday Express, February 9.)
Vono tlnin ptuall pox." This was a rcainik
made by by-etandcrs as they gazed lant Sunday
through the picket fence into tho Station House
yard, at thirty-eight wretched lepers about to bo
forwarded to Molokai. These poor creatures pre
sented an appalling ppectucte, with their swollen
diefifiurcd countenances, nnd suppurating sores
6uch a spectacle ns ought not to be presented to
the open gaze oi, ami possible contact wtui, mo
I wen people of the city; and uch a spectacle ns
I made it plainly apparent, that some retired place
of detention, if only for a day or two, whilst
awaiting an opportunity for shipment, was im
" The inhabitants of these islands," (tho
Azores) are essentially a marrying people ;"
say Messrs. Iloffnung of St. Michael's, and at
almost every young man there is married, it is
-rtr t. -i - ! "
now aimcuit.ana lively to uecome impossioic,ior
our emigration agent in the Aiores to ship peo
ple to these islands in tho proportion of three
males to one female; because the Portuguese
will not leave their women behind. Therefore,
there is now presented a noble opportunity for
our planters to prove some spirit of patriotism,
ur unselfish regard lor the general welfare of the
country in which they seek their wealth and find
their protection, by helping to promote the re
population ol Hawaii nei, in providing for the
the subsistence of a woman fur every man they
employ. Tins would be a nobler and moreen-
lightened course than that pursued by planters
generally in other parts of the world ; but why
should not little Hawaii present this nobler anj
more enlightened example 7
The indiscriminate vaccination performed bj
non professional in support of domestic economy
has doubtless borne its share of sorrow to many
a stricken hearth-stone." We quote theso words
fretn the valuable and interesting report of Dr.
Neilson, resident physician of the Leper settle
ment on Medokai. H e beg to correct tho doctor
by stating that " indiscriminate vaccination,"
was performed in pact years (in 1853, the period
we presume referred to) by professionals as well
as non professionals ; a faet which the doctor
has not bad an opportunity to know, in view of
bis short sojourn iu the country. Hut we make
the statement attested by several living wit
nesses, that Dr. Ilillehraud and other physicians,
in the year lodJ, during the period ot epidemic
small pox in these islands, did vaccinate in a way
that may be termed indiscriminate, by using
scabs taken from the sores of vaccinated patients,
adults us well as children of both races,
hence no doubt "Sorrow has been brought to
many a stricken hcai th-stonc." Our physicians.
aided by our authorities are doing better now, in
theuscof a genuine vaccine lymph, or bovine virus;
and we have every reason to hopu that the epide
mic will only be attended in 1881 with n small
fraction of the direful results which accompanied
its malignant presence in lood in Hawaii nei.
$i-r Saturday next being the Auniversiry of His
Majesty's accession to ihe throue will be a holiday a
all Government offices. A salute of 21 guns will be
fired from Punchbowl Battery at noon.
I2T We hope that the contents of allm.il bags
sent to the other islands, will be thoroughly fumi
gated and disinfected. A sick one, writing lo a loved
one ebewhere, may enclose disease uud dcatl.jurithiu
aa envelope. "
fZf Marshal Paikc has taken the precaution of
placing officers at each of the following plao s to
preserve the quarantine of the city and prevent com
munication with the interior of the island, vis.,
four men at the Nuuanu Pali; four ou the hill at
Maunalua; and four nt Adam's Gate, at Nio.
There is smne suspicion that certain dis
patches placed iu Pout office bags, or Steamer
Agent's bags, wem tampered with ; and its a
number (it letters have been published, which ar
urelimiuaiy lo Luther corref nondeiice. to uriive ut
substantial facts, this premature publication Indi
cates a desire to in ignily a suspicion.
157" On Sunday ni'l. i thirty-eight b ji'-ih were
suddenly sent away to Kalawao. Irom the Polieu
Station here, it b.-in ab -lutely tu-ces- iiy l have
the premises cleared al unci in consequ. iiri' of th
outbreak of the small pox epidemic in the city, l'l
. i ...ii i
eoliSrq'ieilCt' oi me lorceu miuoi-ii ness mc iso'vc.
many of these ntiloi timaies went tinuuiu l Iuku
farewell of their lii- iins. hum circumstance is
... .i i ..i
atiotner lllool o lilt; iiijs 111 urcn oi u f'iiM-
hopital or house ol det.-ntioti lor lepers at Hono
fed- A timely escape Iron: jm 'i t .t ti !i;e. A
. m a . y i aa f
patty composed n .M-. I n. v kju. m i . n. t- .ru-
well, and a parly ol l.-.dies, having (ji i wind l i
pin pose of the Itouid of H aVu to I iy im einL.v. go
upon all vessels not to n un-pon any pa'-ei !" i
for a lime, thai lei I'd' iln- Ki '''a 1 1 - - a on h'-r .n ri
val iu pott on haliirday : i J V.- rMir;ed:rticij
steamed away Willi hvr an.'' lion.! w '! retuxi
f7 The Chitiainau Chung Moo who was convict
ed of an unnatural o Hence and sentenced to ten
years imprisonment nnd subsequently escaped from
custody was captured on Siturday in Koolau and
locked up in Ihe stauoii house to be brought op on
Monday before ihe Police Justice for evasion of
custody. Early that inoinini; he made an appeal lo
a higher tribunal by t-ui.nde. Tearing two strips
from his W inke' lie succeeded in) hanging himself
between the visits ot the constable nt 4 A M. and
6 am. An ii-quest was held before the Coroner, Mr.
Dayton, resulting in a verdict of - death by his own
hands. " Lum Lung. Kong Lbarn. Ah Wat. Lam
Toi Wing Long, and Ah San, formed the Coroner's
SYMPI0MS OF SMALLPOX.
The (ollowit4g infoi nia lion bus been kindly fur
nished to us at our request, by Dr. E. Hoffman,
who, it is well known, has had a very largo ex
perience in the treatment of the discutse-:
The smallpox, in its unmodified form, is distin
guished by four marked periods those ol inva
sion, of eruption, of suppuration, and of desicca
tion. Period of Invasion.
This generally commences in the afternoon,
and occupies about three days. It is commonly
announced ut first by languor and test Idleness,
soon followed by chilliness and shivering.
Towards evening theso symptoms are succeeded by
n heat, more or less violent ; by severe headache,
loss or ap'X'ti'c, and natifca. This ia soon fol
fowed by pains in ti c neck and back, which ex
tend to the trunk and extremities.
Children appear very dull und drowsy, grinding
their teeth during sleep, and are sometimes at
tacked with spasms, whilst adults are troubled
with wakefulness, and a feverish dryness of the
mouth and fauces, attended with great thirst,
boreness in the throat, hoarseness of voice, follows
AM the above named symptoms abate some
what in their severity each morning, and increase
more ai. J mora in the evening. Tho tongue is
covered w'Mi a w hitish coat; nnd is unusually rd
at its point,'" edges.
A peculia. u ior, nt this time, often arises from
tho patient, ai d in 'iffused throughout the room.
As the tx-cond s!.,e of the diseat-e, or that of
the eruption, Ufrr. ;.( l .. s, tie ymptom become
more ai inning ; the fever is more Violent, and tho
pains r m'-re insuppo ;aide. The eyes look Ted.
Oo the nib t of the thud i iy tv prickling ser' -tion
is felt ovi.r the whole !dy. and these revcro
symptoms art Ln followed by Ihe appearance or
the eruption, wjh ukc. pUce, usually, on the
morning of the i i !i rUy. It break out first
round 5 c; rrnd the forehead, ar'!
succcrsit" 'j o . i. . , thcet, arm, and legh.
The erurn.-n appears in .bo orm of email, red
points, widely dispersed in tVe beginning, for a
fcv Ii- i is, but nouhiplj' r.'. k'lvand they aro
con,, cte in nuoiher In tli : ciur. l-o or thrro
The ari:lc4'l Iti' ate,
or unnjfrjt modified by vscefnation, ;s preceded
by sjiaptoins or a similar chatacti r, bni in much
nii'der form, and of less duration, except tbat the
f-jver preceo'i g the eruption uiiiially lasts about
two to t'irce days, but is ly fur not wi severe.
The progress cf tho disease i moro rapid, usually
j f ipyin not more than f u; ! j to i sixteen daye,
i or eT5 eti8 wbilefc' the iiotnoJiCcd form is not
twent j ,,t to tllfrty laT8. .
Varioloid not a dangerous dinease, if jprov
per. -iiend"" to, but i highly contagious, and
co; 'i'c rJ .,a'v nieatinz to the unprotected tha