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TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1881.
trihutablo to the contagion of
measles, received on board the
Steamship City of Paris. 11 ap
pears to the Court that when the
disease was reported by the Doctor
to the Captain as ' epidemic, and
likely to spread rapidly through the
ship, and it having been apparently
considered that the disease did not
offer a suHloient bar to the depart
ure of the ship, provision ought to
have been made for a, proper nurs
ing staff in prospect of :i large in
crease of patients, and it appears to
the Court that it was impossible for
any one medical olllcer, with one
unqualified assistant to superintend
the nursing of such a large number
of patients, (as many as two hun
dred at one time) scattered over
various portions of the ship includ
ing the two small hospitals.
The Court are of opinion that the
provisions and water were of good
quality and adequate quantity ; but
on inspection of the ship as she ap
pears now, the Court arc of opinion
that the deck on which the emigrants
were berthed, as well as the two
hospitals are in a very dirty condi
tion, and it would be well that the
ship be thoroughly cleansed and
disinfected before she leaves port.
They further recommend that the
hospital bedding be thoroughly dis
infected and boiled or destroyed.
The Court are further of opinion
that when the disease became epi
demic, the saloon cabins and other
portions of the upper deck might
have been utilized for hospital pur
poses, and that the excessive morta
lity is largely due to the severe type
of the disease, inadequate nursing
staff and hospital accommodation,
and to the fact that most of the
children were treated in their own
berths below amongst the other emi
grants, which berths were badly
lighted and insufficiently ventilated.
The Court desire to express their
belief that Mr. Kenny, Surgeon of
the ship, performed his arduous
duties thoroughly, and did every
thing that was possible in the way
of care and attention under the
circumstances in which he was
Signed Fued'k Epwakds,
Commander H.M.S. Mutine, Presi
Signed Koh't II. Moue, M.D. ,
Fleet Surgeon, H.M.S. Swiftsure.
Signed Theo. II. Davies,
II.M.'s Vice-Consul, Honolulu.
Signed Chas. B. Nelson,
Master of the British barque Mount
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noou of to-day, June 24
Sua Sot 0 -15.
Similises 37 20.
Moon Sets 8 OS.
High Tide (larjie) 5 00.
High Tide (small ) 17 00.
wind and wnvTiinn
ltecoid iiom noon of yesterday:
Bniomctcr Thollnolnctol Until.
JYt null 1jC ul
I Hi I '.111 I 22h II ill I nil I 18h to 181i
I 30.0'J 30.U 1 30.10 II M TC 75 0.00
Wind, X.i:., light; Sky, fair; Sea, mod
Bgtne Dora from Tresmaris
Stmr Planter from Windward ports
Stmr Kinau for windward ports
Stinr Iwalani for Kauai
C R Bishop for Ilamakua
Mokolii for Koolau
II. B. M. S. Swiftsure for B. C.
Schr Lilioliho for Waianae
Schr Jennie for Nawiiiwili
Bark Atlanta for Port Townscnd
VESSELS LEAVING 10-MORROW.
Bktne Dora for S. F.
For Kahului per Kilauea Hou,
Juno 23. F Bagot, Miss J Bates,
Miss M A Chamberlain, It Mitchell,
Mrs. B W Kawainui, J D Marlin,
Mrs. J W ICalua, H R Parinalee,
C Holzfass, Mr Rantenberg.
For Molokai and Maui per Lehua,
Juno 23. T Ferkclsen, J G Jones
For windward ports per Kinau,
June 24. Miss Hitchcock, Mrs.
Ilolokahiki, Mrs. Nathaniel, Afong,
Ah Ming, T Hughes, H A Berger,
J White Jr., F B Auerbach, RL
Auerbach, D R Vida & wife, T II
Davis, It R Hind, J Ronton, W II
Shipman, .1 McGuiro, 11 Turton and
The German hark Apollo, sailed from
Ncweustlo N. S. W. on April 28th for
fl'l.rt herein TJnrjl Pntlt. T.lllld. ari'lVGU
this inorulug 21 days from Tresmaries
14. with 745 ocdar logs Intromit for S, P.
Tho JJom came td thle pdit to got n
Tegislev she will probably sail to-morrow.
The Mount Lebanon is taking in ballast
she will sail for Hongkong probably on
The Eva has finished discharging, sho
will hind sugar Immediately for S. V,
She will ail on Satin day next.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Old frames made over and repaired
at King Bios. 747 3t.
Venxok the weather prophet died
at Montreal Juno 9th.
Paseapa touts made to order,
latest patterns, at King Bros. 7-17 3t.
Tm: members of the Turkey
Cabinet did not say much yesterday.
Buiiolaus are still at work. They
were round on Emma street Saturday
Mu. Thompson the pugilistic law
yer, will have his case heard at the
Police Court to-morrow morning.
Bear in mind that the Garden Party
at the Pa'ace for the benefit of the
lepers, takes place on Thursday after
noon. Foun olllccs to let, well
and ventilated over the I.
store, corner Nuiianu and
Lycan & Co. will open on Satur
day an immense stock of elegant
Fancy Goods just received per "City
of Paris." 747 5t.
Henry C Work the noted song
writer is dead. He composed
"Marching through Georgia,"
"Grand Father's Clock," and many
The match game at billiards at the
Hawaiian Hotel last evening, be
tween a San Francisco gentleman
and a Hawaiian amateur, was easily
won by the former.
The combined band concert last
evening at Emma Square was at
tended by a tremendous crowd of
people, and the fine programme of
music presented was hugely en
joyed. His Majesty the King, accompanied
by Col. C. H. Judd. paid a visit to
the Swedish man-of-war yesterday
His Majesty was received with the
Mns. J. W. Pflugeu, accom
panied by Miss Bertha von Holt will
leaeby the next Australian steamer
for the Colonics, to be gone until
December. For the time being, St.
Andrews Church choir will lose two
of its most valued members. Bon
i . .
II. B. M. Minister Major "Wode
house and Mrs. Wodehouse enter
tained at dinner last evening, II. R.
II. Prince Oscar of Sweden and the
Commodore of the Swedish Frigate
Vanardis. Admiral Lyons and the
British Vice Consul and lady were
Hon. II. A. Widemann asked for
and obtained indefinite leave of
absence from the Assembly this
morning. It is to be hoped that his
absence will be of short duration ;
the Legislature has need of all the
honest votes that can be had.
Quite a number of complaints
have been made by captains and the
crews of vessels in the vicinity of
Af org's rice mill. The smoke stack
is very low and the smoke from the
same spreads itself all round and
makes it very disagreeable.
The Hawaiian Carriage Co. have
just received a line lot of second
growth Ash and Oak which they
will dispose of at lowest market
rates. They also keep on hand a
complete stock of carriage and wagon
Messrs. Lyons & Levey sold at
noon to-day the chestnut filly Lady
Hooker to Mr. Sam Parker for 8320 ;
bay filly Eva to H J Agnew for 8475 ;
pair of bay carriage horses to Capt.
Cluney 8530 ; sorrel filly to James
Dodd 887.50 and a pony stallion to
Clarence Macfarlane for $55.
A house attached to a lumber
wagon belonging to the Enterprise
Mill started off this morning on its
own account along Queen street, but
before it had got far the wagon came
in contact with a telegraph post
leaving the horse to go on alone
which he did for a short distance
and was caiUured. The result was
a damaged wagi
mill a broken
IxroftMATtosf has been received
that four uieinboiu of a Chinese
Secret Society at Ililo, have throat
cneil to burn the Sheiiff's house,
because he arrested one of their
countrymen for murder. The At
torney General is taking action in
the matter, having already a bill
before the House on its second read
ing, to prevent unlawful secret associations.
Some unintentional omissions
having been made in the invitation
list for the reception at Oahu College
to-night, and some mistake also
having been made in the delivery of
the cards of invitation the Committee
in charge wisli to sa that itlwas
their intention to invite all who
have ever attended Punahou as
pupils whether under Mr. Bcckwith's
Presidency or not and also all
parents of such pupils. They hope
all such will take pleasure in attend
ing the Reception without further
THE BMCANT1NE HAZARD.
Mr. A. F. Cooke lias received a
letter fiom Captain C. W. Tierney,
of the bgtnc Hazard, dated Noumea,
New Caladonin, April the 30th,
wherein lie states that he had landed
all the return laborers on his way
down and left Gilbert Island on
April the Gth for New Hebrides,
when on the 12th of April ho en
countered a hurricane winch threw
the vessel on her beams, and carried
away the main-boom, all the sails
that were set and one boat. During
the storm one of the Hawaiian sailor
named Mana, fell from the topsail
yard and was killed. The Hazard
arrived at Ilavannah harbor on the
19th of April to repair damages and
take in water. Sailed from Havan
nalr April 27th for Noumea, arriving
there on the 30th with 20 South Sea
Island laborers. The Captain reports
all hands well.
Thursday, June 19.
Kcaloa, for drunkenness was fined
65 and S 1 costs.
Lani, for disturbing the quiet of
the night on the 18 inst., was lined
S5 and $ 1 costs.
Kiakia, charged with larceny of
liquor valued at 822, from the owners
of the steamer Kinau, on or about
the 13 inst., was remanded until 2'i
inst. J. Russell for defendant.
L. Dierking, remanded from the
18 inst., found guilty of selling liquor
without license, was fined 8200 and
4.80 cost. Appealed to the Supreme
S. Gourley, remanded from the 18
inst., was discharged.
J. Alapai, remanded from the 18
inst., was found not guilty and dis
charged. Cottage to Let,
.T.IRKE It )OMS, cook houe.
g atu hou-c, Sc. Apply oi iu(
SQuecn st. 743 lw
Palace Rarflen Parly
The Iolmi P.ila-e Gro mi's .vill he
open to the i U ilic,
On Thursday, the 26th instant
Fiom 4 to 10 oVojk p.m.
Ih Royal Palace
will he tin own open for the
Inspec ion of the Public,
Thus affording a rare p- ortunily for
lCsidcnts an I stc- n4e s to visit
the i'mest rch o ice i i the
TliisEiiterl-iinmcnt is riven under the
nil ulcrs of IIlflK M.Y'ESIY. WUliiliiS
KAPIOIANI for tho Huurlli of Lrpuis
tit Kakanko lloapilal aud at the Sutilu.
menl mi Molokai.
A-DMISiION for adults, 50 ceils;
Children unler 12 yearn of ago hull
price. Entrance at tho RlchiudB Stioet
15,t0 'nlv : . , ,,
1. S. All cish donations intendc I for
this ohie t should ho lunded or sent
to Mr, Win Hall, who hie. huen ap-
poinoil TeiiMiics of this fund 747 :it.
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
H. Cavenagh, a Proprietor.
ME1LS fMfo MEALS
Cook'd to orirr s5&" At nil hoius
Oysters, Celery, Salmon, and Fruit
Received I y every stftunor. tt"l
HpO LPT, five minutes wnlk from the
X lM.Ufllce. EihjiiIimiU
7J7 tf J. M. OAT, Jr., &Oi.
AT PUNAHOU. A NEW
H jU.-E. Miliuhle f r n lame
B$E?Iaa tiimilv.iind live minute wnlk
from the School HuilillnirH. Term ma
derate. Addicns Box 125, Post OiUco.
Ex CTTY OF PARTS.
WE ARL NOW OPENING A HMAJ.f,
BUT SELECT INVOICE OF
Lace Si Ms!
FIBRE DOYI.IES, and
t T anle U overs
Tidies, Bed Spreads, &c.
I. A. BOMSALTBS & CO.,
57 HOTEL bTUELT.
Hawaiian GarriaEG fflf Co
A FINE LOT OK
Second Growth Ash and Oak
For silc nt lowct market rates.
Also a complete stock of
Carriage & Wagon Material
constantly kept on hand, and
All accounts due me MUST be
PAID on or before JULY 1st, as I
am about to leave this Kingdom.
All bills against me will be PAID
L. B. KERR,
Honolulu, June 7, 1884.
EXCURSION AND PICNIC !
' OK JULY 4tli.
Under ihe Auspices of the I. O. G. T., at
Ford's Point, Pearl River !
Ef" Fpr further particulars, seo full Pro
gramme Noxt Week.
Wolfe 6c Edwards
Grocery and Fesd Store,
Corner King and Nuuanu streets.
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 349.
My pations and tho p-ihlie gene
rally ate her. hy notified that I
have told all of my stock in
tr.idc and general busincs in
tensU in iliee Iclands to Mr.
N. R. SACHS who will l.oie.
alter conduct the yc eial Fancy
D:y Goodb and M illi tuiy B isi
lie s, ut the ol I stand 104 Fort
tlrtct I bchpenk lor my sue-
cesior the Mime liberal patron,
ago hitheito extended to me.
All claim-5 ngu'ln-l me will he
a turned hy .Mi. Such-, and all
ikco mi" d ic mc must be paid
to Mr. Sachs.
A. M. MELLIS.
llono'ulu, Juno II, lc8t. 741 2. v
A Larii ahum
- FOIl BALE
At the Lowest PriceB
at A. S. Cleghorn & Go's.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
we tho iiiii hi' 'k led have up.
pointed Keiiu (I:) of Ivnkaiko, nii Luna
over the Fhheric.- of Iwuiknukukiii aid
Koholuloa, leased hy us tinm 1J. Pauahi
Bishop and Dowsoit and Sumner. Any
per-on or porunn who are found fishing
orticpa slug lll be piosecutcil ajcord
lug to law.
Mijiiol, LI MING & Co.
Honolulu, .lime !T'. 1881. 7:i'i 2w
Governor's ukkiok, Hono-
i.umi, Fcpt, 24, H81. )
NOTIOK Is heiuhygtveii hat nodohlH
lontracteil on le alf of tho Ha
waliau h-nl will lie ro-oRnlul or p.ild
inkss oidci'cd by the ti'ider lulled.
J.so. i). Uominms,
Governor of Oahu.
THE " TEMPLE OP FASHION,"
G3 Fori Street, (Campbell's Block.)
3.10 liOY'S LINEN SUITS, 13cst Quality ONLY $1 75
330 HOYS L1XI-N SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 7C
3.-.0 HOY'S LIMN SUITS, BiSt Quality ONLY .$1 75
.J UST 11 JSO laiVK J
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
Gent's Unlinindcrcd White Shirts, No. 1 quality, at $1 21 ; or S12 rcr doz.
SSTGrcnt liui'KiiiiiM ! iircat Itiu'RiiiiiH ! Groait Bargains !'
A largo assortment of
Boy's Sailor Hats, in all colors, only 50 Gents.
An i veil hy the Inst steamer one of the Largest Invoices of
Ever 'unpolled into this Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Slalnr Stockings (ouiuthin
titling, three-ply heel
Gout's Supir Stmit British Hou1, seamlo-s. .
Gjnt'h C.udiiml Hosj, silk c ooked
Boi's TERCALE SHIRTS,
Just ReceiTGfl New Styles
A Lnrgc Assortment of
S3?8 Ghent's Boots
Latest Styles and
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
T nuke room forlnJImvffP.Stock of
New Goods to Arrive Soon t
From Lo.ulon, New Yo-k, aut"3au Francisco. '
All s'.ook on hand during ths noxpO daysjvill be sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Betlroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, ChronioF,
Ancflv Laigc Vaiiety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm IYOFf Sc Co.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Dillingham Steel Plows, Fence Wire, Staples,
Kerosene Oil, House Furnishing Goods, Lamp
SILVER PLATED WARE, &c.,:&c., &c. 653
Ring; XJp Telephone G40.
P. O. Box 207. Telephone No. 240.'
KENNEDY & CO..
No. 67 anil G9 Hotel SUvct.
Just Received per
Fresh Celery, Salmon, Clerries, Ajricots, & Peacta
JbJLI in IPine Oonclition.
(jooiIh Sold Low, and Dellvcrcil Free of Clinrue to nil pnrtM of city.
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Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
15, 77 and IS
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Xivto TSt. .T. TXOSIi:.)!
oiders for Whcol.vehielas of every ilocription tilled with promptness aud
divpatoh. I' irU-clasa Mechanics employed all tho year round.
6r FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. -
Nothintr too hot or too henvv for in. TRAM OARS, OMNIBUS3E3, PLANTA
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX OAUTS, m ulo to order, altered or repaired.
Our Hj)vso Shooing Department
la under the supervision nf a practical man a meoh'inio second to none. W
have no uco for soaking scalds or rot tubs. All work guaranteed.
-0hnrgCH moderate. WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
408 ly TO. T7 and 81 King Street.
new) seamless and perfect
at 25 cts pair
$1 per dor. n
25 cts pair
host quality, at $1.00.
of Gent's Dress Slits
aixd. hoes, ""
Alameda, June 23
75, 77 and 81
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