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THE MARIPOSA'S BUDGET.
coni'i.icts in -run .snttiirrs ov
Arini'iilnim DMiinnil Iiltortv or Death
mill ISO are Killed Other I.Mlc
Tht Armenians in tho Turkish
cipiltl attomptcd to march to tho
Giand Vizier's oiBce to present a
petition. Tho putriarcli tried to
dispiiiido thorn without avail, r.iul
the Armenians shouting "liberty
or death'' porsiBtod in thoir
murch. Thoir advance wss ro
oistcd by ollicials, and a stubborn
figlit followed. Major Slier vot
Hoy, aide-de-camp to tho Miaister
of 1'olico, and aavcral guards who
tried to bar their way were shot.
In tho fray that followod, a hun
dred and fifty pooplo were killed
or wounded, principally Arnie-
' many. livo hundred were nrroht
od The Sultan is ruportwi to 1)6
i iii a state of piiuic. It is allege!
thitt the Turkish troops slaughter
d n number of tho wouudfd in
cold bio d;iu'hu that the Arme
mitna killed t judges in the Law
Srtimlor Miiguiie, tnlitor of
l.'Kvei.eiii' tit, who was charged
nith aceoptiiig a hnbo of lOO.UOO
francs iti connection with the
South of Frmico railway ficandal,
and was said to have escaped from
l'i:is eonenkd in a basket cou
tiiiiing dirty linen, has roturncd
to Paris. Ho was immediatoly
rrosted, and will bo charged with
President .Fauro attondod tho
funeral of the lute M. Pasteur at
It is doubted whether tho
Chinese aro really actinc strnicht
! 111 their ready ncquioscenco to tho
(leiuund tr the puuishinunt ot tho
Viceroy of S70chuon, because tho
Viceroy. Lin Ping Chang, is tho
-Mine man who was degraded last
Tho Licensing Committee of
the London County Council hns
romowd tho restriction on tho
sule of liquor at tlm Olympia
Palace and Empiro Musicllalls.
A Washington dispatch of Oc
tober 2J Hay tho South Carolina
Constitutional Convention, fearing
the growing political power of tin
negroes, proposes that they should
bo disfranchised if they omit to
register. It is estimated thoro
aie sixty thousand illiter.ito
hlaeks. It is also 6uggcstod that
.stops should bo taken to prevent
the education of negroes in the
future as uu additional barrier to
thoir ubility to become voters.
A report has beon received at
Cupotowu that natives hnvo
inurdorod Mr. Attlny, of tho Uni
versities Alission, at LakoNyassa.
Tho London Times cousidors
tho proposal of tho Imperial Fc
doratiou Defence Committoo a
T.ischiovous ono, and that until
tho Empire is organisod on a fo
doral basis, it is calculated to im
pair tho presont maritime secu
rity in tho colonios.
Tho announcomput that Mr. C.
S Deokou has boon appointed
Aoting-Ageni-Gouor.il for Queens
land is confirmed.
Coramandor Dawson, of the
British Navy has left for Aiibtialia,
where ho will bo ongaged for two
years in survoyinj; Woat Austra
lian ports and rovising tho charts
of tho coast.
Gonornl Booth of tho Salvation
A ruiy arrived in Hobart on the 3d.
Tho Earl of Shaftorbury and
mombrs of Lord Brassey's
stafi' reached Melbourno ou tho
Tho population of Wellington,
New Zealand, has beon ascertain
ed to bo 37,000.
Mark Twain had not reached
New Zoaland wbon tho Mariposa
HONOLULU, II. I., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1805.
Tho Now South Walos parlia
ment is in Bcssion.
Tho Premior of South Australia
says tho government will ostib
HhI 11 Stato Bank and carry out
STdl'l'INfJ nit It.VNII.
llrci(i the .tltiklr Intcrlcrot Willi the
llrllllnt; or Soldier.
"Tho Hand Played Ou" in tho
Exocutivo building grounds yes
terday afternoon, wo don't think.
A vory protty waltz constituted
tho second number on tho pro
gramme, which 'Was to have beon
Mhowed by t quadrillo in five
During tho execution of tho
first taction, however, Co. F, Ha
waiian army, 'began to drill lni
mediately in front of tho Kwa cu
fcrunco to thu building, and a petty
officer was dispatched to tho bund
stand to request that the music
ceased as it disturbed the soldiers,
or somebody. So tho conceit
stopped right thoro, disappointing
from a hundred to a hundred mid
fifty people who had assembled
to hoar it.
Why tho regulars could not
li'ivo moved off to some placo out
of earshot was unoxphiined, but
tho interruption did suom silly, 111
tho hiiiiiblo opinion of a Brr.i.imx
lTPjvspntativi) who chanced to bo
pro-ent, and it excited ti deal of
advereo criticism from the audi
onco. I ho BiTM.rrix has nothing
wliatover to say ncainst tho sol
diory, but it believes that thoio is
room enough in the stroots of
Honolulu for practico and drill
without disturbing tho music lov
ers of the town.
II. Il.tckfold itCo. have got hold of
a novelty in the bicyclo line. They
mo oflering a now stylo Indies
bicyclo called the "Lindhuist,"
which hr.s two now wrinkles: a
mud sphmhor of wood and a side
cplauhor of cane. Tho price of
the best is ouk hundred dollars.
In another now up to date bicycle
called tho "Crescent" they oflor a
boy's size at pricos ranging from
25 to $50. goutleman'o ordinarv
at from $00 to $85, weighing 21
pounds, and racing wheel with u
lot of now attachments for $100
H Flu el; fold it Co. aro going into
tho bicycle business extensively.
They have secured tho exclusive
agency of the two stylos of
machine niontioned. Both vari
eties are certainly novolties.
Mcer n 11 Tniicruiire Advorntc.
Ill ordnr to impress upon your
mind tho fact that the Seattle
Brewiwj and Multiwj C'o'h beors
aro Mild, Light and Lively, we
below givo tho nvorogo per cont of
alcohol in various liquors in com
"Rainier" 11,-er. . . 3.4 por cont
"Olymjtk" Jker. . 3.-1
Cider .' 8.0
On draught at tho Critorinn.
I. el tlliim Dance.
Mrs. Paul Neumann, Mrs. .1. N.
Wright and Mrs. Duvid Dayton
will act as chaperons at the Loi
llinm dance, noxt Friday ovoning.
Although this is strictly an invi
tation fifmir, frionds of tho com
mittoo of arrangements are invit
ed to call upon its mombors for
cards. Tho list is largo and some
may bo initdvortontly ovorlooked.
!... it B..rtitimjtlt,flItJic(nfA
."rof.W.II.rcekf,liomnkf tpfcinltyol Epllcpny,
lu without doubt trrali (land ennd more casus than
ny living I'h ician i 'i w nui cc nastonkhlDR. W 0
lie iM.Wlhna 1 aliuMcwork on tin. (liKiaso hlcU ho
trnda hh a lero botilo of Im abrolmoriire , fn to
W 0 a.lvi.x anyono wKliluu a cute to addiv,
I'ioI. W. II. I'EtK t, I'-1. Cedar hu, New York.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
(ItMKA.vriNi: n.11 hti:a?i.iis ami
IlotrlrlluliK oil I'ol Mnkltic ltctllnicd
-rinllll-AlllitiHl Vlxlt tolnlolml
KiPCCOr V'roin Dr. Camp-
Yestorday Mas the regular meot
ing day of the Boi.rd of Health,
but, owiug to tho fr qient tnoet
ings hold of Into, the mooting
that was held at 4 o'clock was
convened for spocial purposos.
Thoso )io?cnt wore: Hon. W. O.
Smith, presidont; Drs. Emerson,
Da' and Wood; Messrs. J. T.
Wat'-rhouso and T. F. Lansing
(members); C. II. Koyiiolds (ex
ecutive oilicor), and Dr. Ryder
Prosidont Smith announced
that tho objoct of tho mooting
whs to consider tho mnttor of rais
iug tho quarantine on shipping.
It hud been lopresented by W. G.
Irwin & Co. that it would bo
vory desirable to have the qua
rantine raised boforo tho arrival
cf the S. S. Mariposa, duo that
day from the Colonies for San
Francisco. Two or threo days
would not mako much difference,
it was roprosentod, in tho lifting
of tho embargo on steamers.
It was unanimously resolved,
after a brief discussion, to raise
tho quarantine on steumors that
Presidont Smith then brought
up tho matter of tho pumping
plant. There hnd been an appro
priation of f 5000 mado for it, of
which 35d0 had beon expoudod.
Tho Ministor of tho Intorior
wanted to know if it was uoces
sury to maintain the pumping,
nd if so was it proper to do so
from the uppropiiation for the
suppression of cholera.
Dr. Wood was of opinion that
tho pumping rhould continue, at
all ovonts, until tho hoavy rains
It w.is unanimously resolved
that 1110 pumping should con
tinue. Mr. Waterhouso nskod what
about tho Niiuanu reservoirs; the
one at the electric light works was
Dr. Wood Let it run intithe
NuiiJiiu stream you annuel let
too much wator run into that
Mr. Waterhouse moved that
the reservoirs be emptied 0110 by
0110 unit cieunsetl, and tho .Nuu
tuiu stream bo flushed.
Dr. Wood You
Tho motion being
President Smith remarked fa
cetiously on tho largo number of
wards and tenants ho had up tho
Vallov, who, he said, wore poster
ing him day and night to know
when tho lestrictions on making
poi wore to bo removed.
Mr. Lansing asked if thero was
not danger, in case tho restric
tions woio removed, that some ot
them would bo throwing refuse
into that stroam.
President Smith said that tho
giiirds mubt bo requirod to attoud
strictly to their duties.
Dr. Wood said thut the stroum
was not sufficiently guarded.
Jt was resolved unanimously to
rosciud the regulation againBt tho
making of poi.
Dr. Emerson Aro wo not going
to say nuything about tho use of
Wator in mnlilnn tioi?
Dr. Wood said that tho peoplo
of that locality could not uo re
stricted any moro in the use of
water than tho pooplo of any other
President Smith romnrked that
until tho sowerago question was
sottled thoy could not mako any
specific rostriotions on the uso of
wator. Wo contributed somo
what, Mr. Smith eaid, to tho ox
ponsoB of Mr. Dodgo to New York,
Mill ;nstructod him to soo Prof, j
Waring of New York. Wo also
uutln nz "d him to uo on to Lon- '
don, if Im thought propor, to in
vestigate tho Schouo system. Tint
system was in operation in a num
ber of towns in England.
Presidont Smith next submittal
the report of tho commitleeoti the
destruction of taro in tho infected
districts, nccompuniod by 11 map
with tho fields marked thereon. A
detailed account of oxpeusos show
ed tho t.-ta! tob- S-1025 99.
Presidont Smith said ho had
recoived a petition signod by
(laughing) about throe or four
thousand man bolouging to the
military, tor retaining l)r J. T.
Wayson at tho leper oxporiuion
tal station. Thore wero Bix phy
sicians appointed by tho Board
who had charge of that institu
tion. Thoir recommendations
camo to tho Board to bo acted
upon. This matter was peculiarly
ouo for those physicians, and ns a
matter of courso that committeo
should bo supported by tho Board.
Dr. Wayson was appointod tem
porarily until an export bacterio
logical expert could be enlaced.
Ho (tho piosident) would suggest j
that tho petition bo referred to
tho leprosy committeo. He
was not ploased with that
petition at all. It was in no way
a matter of politics, but peculiar
ly one for tho physicians. Dr.
Wayson had dono excellent ser
vice in connoction with the cho
lora hospital, but whotuer ho was
tho propor man for tho lopor
station was a matter for tho medi
cal members of tho Board.
The petition was roforrcd to
tho leprosy committeo.
Tho President read a lottor from
Judgo Whiting and othors, ask
ing for loavo to go by tho stoamor
Loliuit 011 a fishing and hunting
trip to liiinai, loaving Jbruluy
evening and returning Sunday
ovening. Messrs. Whiting, Harry
AVhitnoy, S. G. Wilder, W. Lan.
and (Jeorgo llobertson wanted to
land for hunting. Permission was
requested to land fish on their
return caught by tho excursionists
off Liuiiti. The whole party would
niimbor 20 to 25 gentlemen. If
allowed 'to land thoy would bo
taken in charge by F. H. Haysel
den. President Smith thought thoy
should lit least bo requirod to
hnvo their clothes fumigated.
It was the opinion of tho Bo ml
that tho question of rolaxing the
quarantine on pnssongers general
ly should bodocidod first of all.
"Wo have already decided to
let tho ciows of steamers freo on
"What about steerage passeu
"That brings up the quarantino
on this islund."
"Was thoro any distinction
mado between cabin and stoerago
passongors in tho smallpox
Such were tho romarks and
quories that ran rouud tho table.
To tho last one Mr. Reynolds said
there was no discrimination the
time of tho smallpox. All had to
have thoir baggage fumigated.
Prosident Smith asked how
thoy wero to discriminate. Thoro
wus Senator Kaiihano, who had
been hero a long time, aud who
was anxious to go homo to Kau.
He lived in a civilized mannor
and thoro was not tho least danger
in allowing him to go home.
A dscussion followed ou tho
modo of fumigation. Mr. Rey
nolds said a largo placo would
huvo to be fitted up, and passen
gers should bo required to huvo
tneir baggago on hand at a cor
tain hour before sailing.
President Smith sized tho gon
ornl opi nions of members up in a
motion, that first class passengers
upon having thoiroll'ects thorough
ly fumigated may go to othor
island ports on pormits without
being quiirantiuod. This carried
A lottor from Dr. Surmann,
giving his vie
ws on the onidomic
.ws on uic epil tmit,
was road by tho president. It
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travel over the Pali.
Presidor t Smith asked Low
thoy could raise that qnnrnntine
itiul bo consistent, whon thov re- '
quired fiistclnss passongors for
tho other islands to bo fumigated.
Dr. Wood sa-d the ni!v ioa.Vrt
for raising tho Pali quarantino
was that any case bronking out or.
this island could bo oasily got nt .
Mr. Lansing spoke of the oasv,
facilitios for traveling on thi:
island, aud said tho people hav
ing got ovor the scare were n ;
ions to travel. Tho railroad com
pany wos anxious to resuiuo ite-.
Dr. Emorson said thnt the scan
had acted us a good polioemin,
and now it was over people would",
Tho subject hero droppod.
President Smith rend a delayod
lottor from Dr. Campbell oL
kuiioi, which was written .- heu
nows of the last two cases reach
ed that island. Tho writer nud
the wonder was not if,t m,vr
casos hud brokon ont, but thut
1110 uoiirti hail kept tho trouble so
well in hand. The letters from tho
hoiilth committoo of that island
wero writton, not in opposition to
tho BophI but for tho bonefit ot
tho pooplo of Kauai, who felt
soro at tho action of the 00m
mittee. Tho Presidont hero announced
his intention of leaving for New
Zoaland by the steamer Alameda
next wofek, to investigate the land
system of that colony for tht Gov
ernment. IIo expected to rotura
on Docoinbor 12, which would uJ
low him threo wooks for his in
vestigations. From Auckland hu
would go to Wollingtnn, thonco to
Dunodin. etc. Tho matter nf lin
ing the lands of this country sot
tlod miH ono of great moment,
politically, commercially and
financially. If ho wont ho sup
posed the Attorney-General ad
interim would be ex officio presi
dont of tho Board, but it night
bo advisablo for them to appoint
ono of thoir number to preside a
nioetiugs in lib absence
Ho reminded tho Uourd that tho
tirao for tho hoitii-nnuual viiit to
tho Molokai leper settlement
would como in November. It was
important that it should be made-.
Tho lay Brothers coming fa.11.,
Europe to take charge of the Boy
Homo would bo hero about Nov
ember 15, and tho Board might
iiccompuny thoin to the island and.
seo them comfortably installed.
All tho equipments used in tin
Into epidemic, the pronident con
tinued, wero stored in tho old
Dr. Wood said it was material
that could all be used to good
purpose. Somo of it might l.
sent to country physicians.
Mr. Reynolds brought up tbfc
muttfir of wages for a man to at
tond tho scow being built for
carrying garbage to sea. It wn
decided to pay him $30 a month
and require him to do othon
work when not ongaged on the.
Tho Board adjournod subject ..
Where Are tt'o ACT
TI10 rlmlvni in oer and
Tho tillbusicr tenre,
And now I road 'tu nctci here.
Kaeli one. I niiet upon tc idreet
tulkliiK tliroiih hl hat.
I'll liae to rcul tho lift i.t.Tlv
To know icltrre lam ul.
A I'lca fur tho I-olltlcul lrloiier. .
Sonic tlioinjuU that are worth cmitldcilmy,
We have but ono life to lit c.
And It'b thousand can rctaliatr
Hat it taken a man to tortrhr.
Wc all lme frlciul In .orrow
Knr wliotn tvaulRr to.
Then 1I0 unto your ieltl,Uiri
An yun'il Adir thtm do to ijwi.
Finely furnished rooms wiff
bath and ofhor modem improve- -monts
for rent at rottsonnblt.
prices at 29 Ucretania streot. "
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