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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 29, 1888.
tk Ccvlon from Fan Krani'lxco
Stini" SiirpiUe from lliiwnlt
Whaler Staniboul fiom Sun Kiaiiulsco
Stmr Miknhnlii for Kauai
Hk 0 O Whltniorc for San Fiauclsco
Schr Mol Wahlno for Kohalulclo
Scbr KaulkcaouH for Kohala
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr ICaala for Walanac and Wnlnluo-
Prom Hawaii and Maul, per V G
Hall, Feb 28 Mrs.r .1 Villiiims and
child,, 7 W Kimlinokii, M Makalua, K
Jones, U Baldwin, Mm 11 Kulhclanl,
Mrs O Buchanan, J Catral, and 40 deck.
From Walalna, per atmr Kaala, Feb
28 .TKoblnson and wife, W Holt and
13 deck. , , ,
For Nawillwlli, per stmr Walalcalc,
Feb 28 Cnpt Ahlborn and 8 deck.
The bark Colusa took for San Francisco
Monday, 32,450 bgs sugar, weighing
2,800,112 lbs, and valued at 100,104.00.
Sim also took 390 bnchs bananas, valued
at 300. Total valuation of caigo,
Captain Kibbling lias been appointed
master of the schooner Halcakala. '
The whaler Stamboul, C'npt Smith,
anived this morning, 24 days from ban
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
AV G Hall 4,531 bgssugar,273 bgsawa,
20 bgs coffee, 32 lid cattle and S2
Surprise 4,580 bgs sugar.
VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Adams, Kempff
U S S Vandalla. Rear Admiral Kimbeily
U 9 S Marion, Dyer
Bk Lady Harewood, Williams
Bk Saranac, Shaw
Bk D O Bryant, Lee
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun
Bgtue W G Irwin, McCulloch
Bktne Mary Wiukclman, Dyieborg
Whaler Lagoda, Tucker
LUCE In Honolulu, February 28th,
Captain George II. Luce, a native of
Pontipooh Monmouthshire, aged 07
years, G months, 8 days.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mn. M. de Ouadios lias authorised
no ono to,sign his name.
t -t '
The Y. M. C. A. boys. will meet at
the hall to-morrow afternoon, at 2:30
Mn. H. M. Dow has been appointed
successor to Mr. Marcus Colburn as
Deputy Jailor of OahuTrison..
The annual meeting of tho Intei
Island Steam "Navigation Company
will bo held on the Ctli of March
Tiiu bark Colon, Captain Calhoun,
arrived this morning, 1-1 days fiom
San Francisco, and is quarantined in
Tin: auction sale of leases of pro
perty, that was to have been hold by
the Mnishal this noon, was postponed
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. & A.
"M. will meet this evening for work
in the third degree. Sojourning
brethren aro invited to attend.'
Tiie wind blew furiously early this
morning, commencing sorao time
paBt midnight. Trees wero.upfooted,
branches broken off, etc.
A Fiji sailor of tho steamor Sur
prise got jammed between a loaded
surf boat and the steamer while at
woik, at Laupahoehoe, this week, and
was pretty badly squeezed.
Some biiiall boys tied a dead dog
to an express carriago yesterday, and
it was dragged about town before tho
driver was awaro of .it. Tho small
boys woro arrested this afternoon.
Messrs. Gonsalves & Co. aro tho
"Honolulu agonts for tho Del Monto
Milling Co., of San Francisco, and
they (tho agents) keep tho company's
Hour and meals in stock for sale.
Tuesday, March (Hli, haH boon
appointed as tho day for tho annual
meeting of tho stockholders of tho
Peoplo'slce and Itefrigcr.itor Com
pany. $he nieeting will ho at the
company's omcc.JFo'rt strce
The sailing .of o steamer Mika1
lialo"as postponed until 5 o'clock
this evening. Sho did not get out
all of her sugar until this morning,
on account of tho rains of yesterday
and tho day before.
The schooner Liholiho which left
here ycsteiday was compelled to put
back to Honolulu this morning.
When in niid-channel the schooner's
foro and main sails were split and
carried away. Tho sea was running
high and a south-easterly galo was
"The proof of tho pudding is in
tho eating," and tho sumo is truo of
ipo cieaii) and cako. Every inhabit
ant of tjiu Bulletin office has "tried
andjproved" Mr. Horn's eakef and ico
creftmVby eating thoni, and tho' trial
hasTSatiBfactorily proved that tho
quality is excellent and unsurpassed.
JIaiiy thanks, t
&, wtaum in itiw
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Full Dress White Vests,
Tin: lmik Saranac, while being
towed by tho tug Eleu from ono
wharf to another this ufliMiioon,
diiftcd foul of the U. S. S. Adams.
Tho jibbooiu of tho Adams was
sprung, wliilu no damago to the
Saianau was appaient.
A PREMEDITATED CHANGE.
Mr. J. II. Sopor's sign, which
stood over liis news depot, was taken
down by Mr. Geo. Straloineycr yes
terday afternoon, and will lie re
placed in a few days) with "Hawaiian
News Agency, Successors to J. II.
Sopor." When Marshal Sopor was
asked ' by a Bui.ix.tin sciibe this
morning for tho names of his stic
cessois in his stationery store, lie
said that tho transfer of the business
has not yet been made, and that lie
was having the sign repainted "pre
paratory to a premeditated change."
A DISCOVERED CASE OF SMALLPOX.
When the Bulletin was being
printed yesterday afternoon word
was received of a case of small pox
having been discovered on board the
brignntine W. G. Irwin, which
vessel, as stated in yesterday's paper,
had been discharging her freight at
the O. S. S. Co.'s wharf. On dis
covery of the case, the tug Eleu
came and towed the Irwin into, the
stream, taking besides the Captain,
passengers and sailors of tho vessel,
all of the "long-shore" men who
had been assisting in the discharg
ing of the brig. The long-shore
men were released after being thor
oughly fumigated, while the oflicers
and sailors were placed in quaran
tine on the Ewa side of the bay.
THE DEATH OF CAPT. C. H. LUGE.
Captain G. II. Luce, who has
been some time in feeble health,
died last night, at his residence,
Punchbowl street, and was buried
this afternoon from St. Andrew's
Cathedral. The deceased was be
tween G7 and G8 years of age when
overtaken by death. He has been a
resident of these islands for 38
years, and was highly respected.
For about 25 years he had been tax
collector foi the district of Ilono
nolulu, and was at one time road su
pervisor for the same district. He
was a consistent member of the
English Episcopal Church, by whose
ritual he was this day committed to
iiis final resting place. The depart
ure of Captain Luce to the "bourne
whence no traveller leturns" is
mourned by a bereaved widow and
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.'S SALE.
Messrs. G. W. Macfarlanc & Co.'s
sale of art and fancy goods, recently
imported from England, has pro
gressed and is progressing very satis
factorily. The first day, yesterday,
notwithstanding the unfavorable
condition of the weather, 2,000
worth of goods were disposed of,
and to-day a steady stream of visi
tors and purchasers has been flow
ing in and out of the building. All
of the Royal Worcester waie and all
of the Hungarian waie have been
sold. The parlor sets of furniture
are also all gone. There has been a
great run on rugs. On account of
the ready disposition of people to
purchase privately, the sale will be
continued to-morrow, and the auc
tion sale deferred to a future date,
of which due notice will be given.
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
nnroitE judd, o. j.
Tuesday, Feb. ?8, 1888
E. Wcry vs. John Naki ct. al., bill
for forclosure of a mortgage, Con
tinued from yesterday for further
arguments upon demurrer and peti
tion for appointment of a guardian
ad litem filed then.
The Court appointed Abraham Ke
kai guardian ad litem.
J. M. Monsarrat for plaintiff ; W.
C. Achi for defendants.
BEFOIti: DOLE, J.
Wong See vs. Ah Chen. Jury
vaived, Oct. Term 1887. Heard and
.V.,Ii Castfe for plaintiff; A. C.
TRIPPED? OR TRAPPED? WHICH
Editou Bulletin: Anyone who
remembers winter life in Now Eng
land towns, will remember how when
the snow had fallen and ico had
formed, the small boys would slide
along on 8omo place on tho side
walk, till they had made it oxcep-
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UUUU'iy OlUUUUl UllU OUl'l'ClJ. .WiVMf.
with tho heedlessness of .boys, who
thought only of their fun, they
would eprinklo clean snow over the
place, and wutch people slip and
Tho dignified clergyman, the
scurrying errand boy, the giggling
school girl, would biispeot no peril,
till their feet tottered fiom under
them and down they would go. The
fun would bo spoiled, however, when
the burly policeman sprinkled ashes
on the spot.
Another famous winter sport for
New England boys was setting the
flgiiic-of-four trap, If anyone
notices the figure 4, it will bo seen
that by swinging a horizontal pjece
of wood on un upright one, und put
ting a wedge like the slanting lino of
1, between the horizontal and up
right pieces, then weighting tho
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outer point of the horizontal bar, a
pretty good support for anything
put on this contrivance will bo
secured, so long as the weight at the
farther point held tho wedgo firm.
Tut a weight of some kind as a
make-weight on that point. Woe
betide the innocent rabbit Hint nib
bled at the bait and loosed the con
trivance! Down came the cover of
the box upon him, and lie found
Some of us have been quoting
over and over again the well-worn
phraso in Article 78 of the Consti
tution, "unless otherwise txpress
cd." It slips easily from the tongue,
and seems all light and proper, and
intended to cover Article -18. Alas
for us! Since the decision of the
Supremo Court we have had a new
light on this smooth-spoken phrase.
It only apparently covers Article
18: was never intended to do what
we supposed. We have found it
very insecure footing for all our
fancied wisdom. We have slid
along farther than we thought. We
find ourselves tripped and fiat. Now
let somu ashes of repentance lie
sprinkled over the place, and make
it safe for people to trust themselves
Next, us to that figure-of-four.
We supposed all along, that in
Article -18, the phrase, "If the King
approves, lie shall sign," could
honestly be construed to mean, that
the King must have the approval of
his Ministers also, to his signature,
to make him "responsible." But
since the decision of the Supreme
Com t we have found that appear
ances arc deceitful. "If the King
approves" applies to the King and
not to his Ministers. Wo supposed
that one of the main supports of
"responsible" government was up
rightness, and that the weight of
"responsibility" would keep the
wedge of truth in place. But some
how responsibility seems to have
been only a make-weight. It seem
ed to be'just the thing wo wanted to
have, and we supposed we were going
to get it; but just at Hie critical
moment, "responsibility" lias fallen
to the ground, and we feel very
much as if we were entrapped.
A QUESTION OF POWER.
1 Hi: ISOAltll OP HEALTH'S IllGHT TO
v.xamixi: 1'um.iu school ciiiuki:x.
In answer to the question pro
pounded by Secretary Williams of
the Board of Health, "Has the
Board of Health power to have the
children at the public schools exam
ined by a medical inspector, to see
if they arc properly vaccinated?"
City Attorney Flournoy has pre
pared a long opinion, in which he
reviews the law relating to the
power of the Health Board in deal
ing with epidemics such as that re
cently declared of smallpox. He
refers to the provisions of Section
11, Article XI, of the Constitution,
which confers on cities, counties
and towns, tho power to make and
enforce within their limits all such
local, police, sanitary and other re
gulations as are not in conflict with
general laws. These carefully
guard and declare inviolate the sa
crcdness of the person. Exercising
its power of delegation, the Legis
lature gave the Board of Health
"general supervision of all matters
appertaining to the sanitary condi
tion of the city and county," and
authorized it to "adopt such orders
aud regulations as to thein seem
best to promote the publio welfare."
These powers, however, arc not,
he says, to be construed as non-limited
powers, and a decision of the
Massachusetts Supreme Court is
quoted as follows f t'Uy th,c general
authority to take such measures as
arc deemed necessary for the safety
of the inhabitants, it is not intended
to confer unlimited authority qn the
Board to control persons and prop
erty at his discretion."
In this State, Mr. Flournoy con
tinues, there is no general qr other
law making vacpinatiou compulsory,
except that contained in Section U,
021 of flie Political Code, which is.
that "the Board of Health may en
force compulsory vaccination on'
passengers in infected ships or com
ing' from infected ports." As to
our citizens unaffected by the pro
vision, no such law exists, and
when we remember how often the
Stato has been exposed to the
smallpox, we may well infer tiiat
the Legislature did not omit to legis
late upon the subject further than
above stated by mere neglect or in
adveitenco, but intentionally made
such omission. If that body passed
no act upon the subject except that
above 8tatcd, though invoked by
every reason so to do, can we infer
that it was the legislative intent to
delegate such power to the Board
of IlealthV I think not, If your
Board has not the power to compel
vaccination, is it fair to presume
that it has the power to "examine"
the children of the publio schools,
"to see if tiioy aro properly vaccin
ated?" It is vain to discover a fact
if no good can follow discovery. I
admit that the Hoard clearly have
tho power to remove persons afllict
ed with the smallpox to hospitals;
to establish, if necessary, depots for
.their isolation ; to take them from
the streets, schools and houses and
convi'y them in tho manner and
time it deems best, to such places
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as it concludes arc safest, but I
cannot conclude that it has the
right to violate the persons of indi
viduals, whether minors or adults,
by examining "to sec if llicy arc
properly vaccinated." If the Board
lias the power to examine children
in the schools, I can riot see why it
has not the right to examine the
person of every one, regardless of
sex, age or place, to obtain the same
result. My opinion is that the
Board has no right to interfere with
the person of aiiy individual free
from disease, except where autho
rized by some statute of the State
not in conflict with organic law. It
is a subject of regret that there
should bo any conflict of authority
among the persons and Boards hav
ing the control of the public welfare,
and that all persons cannot be in
duced voluntarily to adopt the pre
vention suggested by the Board of
Hciillh in the presence of a danger
A STORY OF LINCOLN.
IT IS TOLD lir COItA LINN DAXIHLS
now a vnrtivoxT hoy was nr.-
General Charles L. Williams, an
intimate friend of President Lincoln,
noticed a woman go by his office
window, day after day, her shabby
diess getting more shabby, her
sweet, refined face more sad and
worn, her step more weary, her
looks more desponding, until his
good heart was touched, and he
made inquiries to learn who she
was. His friend said: "Why, Gcn
encral, she is a Mrs, Wadsworth
from Vermont. She has a boy in
the aimy, a little fellow of thirteen,
who ran away to join. He is now
acioss the river, on the Potomac.
She has lost two sons in the battle
of Bull Bun, and this boy is her last.
She is a poor widow, and she is try
ing to get the boy discharged. She
went to the"Secretary, but he stuck
his thumbs in his vest arm-holes and
'Madam, I'm glad we have him.
That's just what boys are good for!'
She lias given it up and is going
home in despair."
"No! by the gods! she is not go
ing home in despair!" exclaimed
General Williams, "Bring her to
1113' office, I will authenticate her
story, and I will place it before the
President myself 1"
General Williams went to the
White House and told the story to
Mr. Lincoln, lhat strange, homely
face, full of grief and huinor, pathos
aud fun, steadfastness, will, pa
tience, sweetness a face unlike
tiiat of any man who has graced the
world with so great a spirit beioro
or since softened and grew tender
as a mother's. Without a word ho
signed an order for the child's dis
charge, and tlion said, simply:
"Bring them to me."
That evening, when the boy had
been brought to AVashington, cloth
ed in citizen's dress and united with
his mother, General Williams ac
companied them to the Executive
Mansion. Falling on her knees at
sight of Mr. Lincoln, tho poor
widow would have bathed his feet
witli her grateful tears, but he
gently raised her to her feet.saying :
"Madam, kneel only to your God.
You have a right to your boy ! You
have given two sons to your coun
try? Take your youngest back to
your heart. Have you any money,
madam, to go homo with?"
"I have enough tp aka me to
New York," she uttered falteiingly.
"There, I think friends will help
"No here!" and c pressed a
100 note In her hand. ''And, as
for you, you runaway youngster!"
he said cheerfully, "go homo and
stay there. And remember, if I
ever catch you in the army again, I
will give you sqch a whipping as
you never had in your lifo ! God
bless you both!" he added rever
ently, pattitig the boyish curls,
"and God speed!"
I wonder if that mother Is living
to-day ! I wonder If that boy grew
to lio a man, feeling that ho was
crowned hy the gentle touch of
Abraham Lincoln upon his brow.
A NERVY WOMAN.
Miss Mary Gruybiel, one of the
Missionaries sustained in India by
the sect known as Disciples, writes
very interesting letters to her family
in this city. It is. now over live
years since sho went to Iliudostan,
in company with the Hev. Mr.
Wharton, formerly pastor of the
Church of Christ, and his wife. The
place at which Miss Gruybiel is now
located is in the heart of India, on
tho Hue. of the railroad which is to
be built from Bombay directly
across to Calcutta.
The children of the Sunday
Schools of the denomination in the
United States contributed a fund of
sonic 81,000 with which to erect a
house for this mibsiou, uud in her
last letter she modestly tells how the
work was done. It appears that
she had to servo as architect, master-builder,
and general boss me
chanic. First sho bought four yoke
of buffaloes to do the teaming;
then a few big tiees they ore very
scarce in that part of the country.
She employed a hundred natiyca op
nearly that number, whom she
taught to quarry tho stone, which
A 1'lne T.lnc of
Ladies' & Misses' Slices,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
had to bo hauled several miles ; and
to make bricks, first tramping the
clay, fashioning it into tho bricks,
and then burning Ilium, using the
spare portions of the trees for fuel.
The trunks of the trees were labor
iously by hand sawed into boards
for the lloors, ioof4, etc. A stone
foundation three feet thick was laid
thieo feet below ground, and as
much above, this solid base wall be
ing deemed necessary to keep out
the white ants, which aro a great
pest of the country. Evidently a
good job was made of the wall, for
Miss Graybicl ingeniously remarks
that an Englishman visitor inquiied
who had been the engineer, and ex
picsscd much surprise when told
that she had directed the woik her
self. It takes a Buffalo girl to hold
her own among the heathen, or any
where else. Incidentally Miss Gray
bicl states that the son of a German
missionary living some forty miles
distant was killed by a tiger. She
attended the funeral, making the
journey through the solid jungle in
a cart drawn by a pair of the buf
faloes, with the chance of being
sprung upon by that or some other
tiger at anymomctil. Such ie life
in the wilds of Iliudostan. Buffalo
11 1 hi 1 1 ijiiiim .
THE VALUE OF OIL.
The value of o;ltll gallons of oil
is, according to last evening's
Bui.LiniN, SG0,:)2f).G0. Men posted
on the value of sperm oil said the
leporter was drunk. The reporter
went to the Custom House this
morning to take another look at the
outward manifest of the Discovery.
And SGO,325.00 were plainly enough
written as the transhipped value of
5,131 gallons of sperm oil. One of
the Custom House clerks was asked
if the oxact valuation of the oil was
supposed to be given. The clerk
said yes, and went and dug up the
"transit entry," which explained
the mystery. The "transit entry"
had it 5,431 gallons at GO cents,
making the value S3,2.')8.C0. The
blunder was made by the clerk who
copied the figures from the "transit
entry" to the outward manifest.
T7RESH, HOME-MADE WAL
JL nut Li earns lcduccd to 30 conts
per whole pound, nt the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and Uakery, Hotel, be
tween Xuuanu aud Fortbtiecta. 71
FRESH, HOME-MADE CHO
colate and Cucoauut Csuauiels re
duced to Ito cents pur whole pound, tit
the l'ioucer Steam Candy Factoiy and
Uakery, Hotel, between Nuuaiui and
Tort streets. 71
PURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
mid Vanilla Chocolate Creains(dc
liclous) reduced to 110 cents per whole
pound, at tho Pioneer Stium Candy
Factoky And Bakkhy, Hotel, uu
twekk nliuanu and fokt stwsets.
FINEST BRANDS OF CALl
forma Port, Madciia and Malaga,
for sale in kej nnd cases by
01 Queen btiect.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Jteur of Lucas' Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
iJ rooms, No. 4 Uiirdun Lane, the
eccoik! door froniJUnion kticet. Apply
on thr promise"!. 1 If
CLEAN RAGS anu second luuid
clolliinj,'. will be gratefully rccelv.
ei for the uau of the imnutcs of ilia
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kukaako,
or nt tho Leper Bctthnent on Molokai,
if loft wllh J. T. Wmerhoiifco, jr., nt the
Quern Btrcot Store. t&f if
MISS, P. TII1ELE,
On Bcretnnia otieei near I'iikoi.
(Formerly Mcdiiire's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary School.
Alho, French and Gcrimiii tnught, and
Music Lessons given.
72 MiiuialTolqilinnoNn, 50L ;lm
Tahiti Lemonade Steam Works,
Honolulu Depot, - 28 Merchant St.
Manufacturer)) of Hii;li Class A cm ted
Waters, put up in Patent Crystal
K3T ABSOLUTELY PURE. "i
J. E. BROWN & CO,,
CS ProprirtorM. if
SI. It. GOLBUItN,
ALL kinds of diajage attended to
with promptness. AVhito and
Bhek Sand dellveied In rpiuntitios to
stilt. Also, Block Bock and Corul Hock.
Olllco: With J. F. Colburn, King
fctrcct, near Mauniiktn. 72 tlm
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By rni-li arrival from New Zealand SOMETHING FINE
. F. EHLERS ii GO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED FKOM EUROPE,
ONE OF THE FINEST LINES OF
EMBROIDERIES, LACES & CURTAINS,
EVER SHOWN IN IIONOI.UJ.U.
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A. largo assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUtfDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
IT'or- Sale nt X&caftouable Pricesr ' y'
83 & 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
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