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VOL. 1. NO. 181.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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A MA'IIOML HOSPITAL.
If Congrcn Ourrlcn Out III WUhes
tho rliiIillHliniPiit 1 111 Iln mi
till) I'.iclflc CoukI.
The treatment of lepers in the
United States is tho subject of
much consideration at present in
various Stntes of tho Union, os
pooially California. It is also ro
coiving tho attention of tho Na
tional authorities and will bo one
of the subjects brought up in tho
Surgcon-Goncral Wyman of the
United States Marino ITosp'tal
has undo a report to Socrotary
Carlislo which will Boon bo mndo
public. He recommends that
Congross pass nn appropriation
j for a National hospital for lepers.
Ho does not recommoud any
amount of monoy nor any parti
cular location, but if Congross
carries out his wishos tho hospital
will bo on tho Pacific Coast, and
in all urobubilily near San Fran
cisco. Tho recommendations of Dr.
Wyman are in line with an ad
dress ho made on this subject in
Washington somo months ago
boforo tho Congress of American
Physicians and Surgeons. In
1889 a circular was issued by tho
Surgcon-Goneral forbidding the
entry of any vessel unless a cor
tifionto was shown that thn vessol
had no lopors aboard. Dr. Wy
mun said in his address that tho
immigration law of tho United
Stules providing for modioal in
spection of immigrants forbids the
landing of immigrants iifHiotod
with lnathsomo or c ntagious
diseases, and furnished an ad
ditional protection against im
portation of oubos of leprosy.
Theso laws and regulations havo
in a measure at least been effec
tive "1 am informod by the sanitary
inspector stationed ut Havana,"
ho says, "that soveral persons af
flicted with loprosy desiring to
immigrate to Florida havo boon
debarred from so doing by roason
of theso restrictions. National
control of loprosy within tho Unit
ed States has boen frequently ad
vocutod, particularly by State and
municipal boards of health whon
finding such cases upon thoir
hands and desirous of boing re
lieved of thoir oare. Tho argu
ments for such control, of course-,
aro based upon tho prasumption
of contagiousness of the disunso
(ovon though moderately conta
gious) and upon tho claim that
where no segregation of cases or
no supervision of oases not coloniz
ed is onforccd tho diseaso gradu
ally increases in provulonco, and
that whoro segregation or coloniz
ation has boen enforced tho disonse
has boon made to disappear. One
reason alleged for a National
establishment is the fact that in
somo Status tho disease is of so
nro occurrence that tho erection
of a special hospital or place of
confinement for lepers is scarcely
justified, nnd it is desirable, there
fore, that thero should bo estab
lished an asylum to which any of
tho States might sond thoso un
usual but highly objeutionablo
Jin. McLennan' Ooudlllon.
Tho many frionds of Mrs. Dr.
McLennan will bo painod to hoar
that her condition has not im
proved since yesterday. At 2
o'olook this aftornoon eho was
Btill in a precarious condition.
Miss Nollio McLonnan is improv
ing rapidly and will bo over tho
uU'eots of the accident in a low
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 18. 1895.
A LOVE I'EAST.
Lieutenant Wnll Will Not Leave the
The result of tho special moot
ing of tho Sharpshooters hold lust
evening is that Lioutonant W. E
"Wall will notsovor his connection
with that body, in ipite of the
wishes of tho Commander- in
Chief and Colonel McLean that
ho should run fur tho first lieute
nancy of Company D.
Lioutonant "Wall occupied the
chair at tho mooting and after
stating that tho objoot was to ob
tain an expression of opinion
from the mombors on tho matter
beforo thorn, asked permission to
withdraw. This was refused by
tho mombors prosont.
Tho following resolution, intro
duced by Socond Lioutonant J. L.
McLoan, was passed without a
Whereas our First Lieutenant, Mr. W. E.
Wall, linn boen aKcd by thu Cominander-ln-Clilef
nnd certain ofllcers of the lu-gimcnt, to
run for election as First I.leutcnunt of Co.
"1," N. (t. II., and ulnrcns, his election to
such olllce woulil cause his ulthdraunl from
his present position as olllcer and member of
the 1st Co. Sharpshooter of Hawaii, ami
whcrcis aiieh action on his part would grcat
1 Injure anil impair the present clllclency of
the Company he at prcsint commands there
fore be it rcsolredth.it the members of the
lot Co. of Sharpshooters of llairail, in special
meeting assembled, do hercb) protest aziilust
thu cllorts made, to cnuso liU withdrawal
from said Compam, and earnestly niUfst
him to decline the olllce otlcrcd him, and
to remain nn otllccr and member of the First
Company of Sharpshooters of Han nil. While
so fccllni;, we wish to exprcM our hearty
sjmpathy with nil thop who are trying to
Improve the clllciency of tho military.
During tho dobato on tho reso
lution Colonel McLoan spoko of
tho necessity of having a good
man for tho first lieutenant of
Company D. and expro9sod tho
hopo that Mr. Wall would with
draw from tho Sharpshooters.
After tho passage of tho resolu
tion by tho unanimous voto of
tho Sharpshooters prosont, Mr.
Wall anuounoed that ho would
stay with tho Sharpshootors nnd
the mooting broko up with throe
cheers in his honor.
THE IIOIIEIIT W, LOtiA.
Arrival ot tho Llttlo missionary
Thero was somo excitement in
tho city yostorday whon it was
known that tho tugElou was com
ing into port with a Btrango
schooner in tow, but it was gen
erally considered that it was tho
missionary schooner Robert W.
Logan, which was ovorduo from
San Francisco, and this turned out
to bo tho fact.
The littlo vessel left San Fran
cisoo on November 19th and
readied tho islands last Saturday,
since whon alio has been drifting
ubout while her passongors nnd
crow put in their timo whistling
for tho wind. They wero very
glad to sot) the tug, even if they
wero mistaken for opium smug
glers. Captain Bray, formerly of the
Morning Star, is in cbargo of tho
vessol and has his wife and daugh
ter with him. Mute G. 1 Foster iB
also nccompaniod by his wifo.
Thero woro also two passongors,
Jlonry Gilman of Boston and
Hugo Fisohor of San Franoipco.
Tho vossol will probably ro
main hero two woeks boforo pro
cooding to tho Caroline Islands.
Sho was overhauled by tho cus
toms pooplo this morning but of
course nothing contraband was
found. She will tako on a quan
tity of stores and some freight
Town Lot hold.
Chinf Clork Hassingor con
ducted a salo of building lots on
Punchbowl nt m.on today, at tho
front ontrance of tho Exooutive
building. Thoy wero bought as
No. GOO, Mrs. OrujLO,$710.
Nos. G01 and G02, Dr. C. B.
Wood, ?5G0 and ?530.
No. 603, Ralph Turnnr, $130.
On Monday at 10 o'olook, at
tho old Logislativo Hall in tho
Judiciary Building, James F.
Morgan will sell crockery and
glasHwaro belonging to diH'uront
inonaruliB of Hawaii, Particulars
FESTIVITIES AT HAMAKUA.
I'AIll WOIIKH AMI IIIIAVi: JIH.V
ijmidii i:i.i:(-Titi(! a,v.
I'h.IiIciiiiiIiIi' Hull nl ItmhlPiiro of
J. It. i:rnton--I.Nt ill' tJiicxlK
Ono of tho most dolightfnl
dances ovor givou horo took placo
ot tho beautiful rosidonco of Mr.
J. R. Ronton, Saturday, Doc. 7,
1895. Tho rooms of tho spacious
dwoIliDg were beautifully and
most taslofally decorated with
evorgroens, forns, otc, nnd,
brilliantly lightod with eloctrio
light, presented a most charming
appearance Tho genial host was
assisted by Mrs. nnd Miss Mnd
den, and thoy surpassed thorn
solves in their endoavors to onter
tain their frionds, nnd to make
this party ono of tho gayost nnd
most delightful of too season.
This dinco was quite thoino.it
fasbiunnblo oll'nir ever seen
hore, and wus largely at
tended by tho youth and
beauty of tho district, by many
interesting strangers of other dis
tricts, and by all lovors of dan
cing of both far nnd noar. Tho
ball oponed quite oarly and was
kept up in n mostsjiirited nnd mer
ry mannor until midnight, whon
somo vory choiou and deloctablo
viands woro servod, and soon
after which tho guests departed,
highly pleasod with thoir even
Pfominont among tho assem
bled guests, w noticed Mr. and
Mrs E Mnddon, Mr nnd Mrs E V
Blacow, Mr W S Soalmokor, Mr
and Mrs E W Barnard, Mrs Jns
Hornor, Mrs Podmoro, Mrs Bro
drick, MrB Poulsomo, Mrs Thom
son, Miss Horuer.Miss Alico Hor
nor, Miss Olivo Horner, Miss
Polly Rickard, Miss Nellio Uik
ard, Mtss Josaphino Barnard ,
Miss Margarot Greonllold, Miss
Emma Mullingnr, Miss Madden,
Messrs F M Swanzy, W MoKon
zio, C McQuaid, G McLennan, J
McLennan, R Hornor, G Osborne,
W Beokoburg. Dr C L Stow, J W
Loonhart, F Greonfiold, Ramsay.
To tho feminino readers I would
say, that all tho ladies wore boun
tifully and many of them ologaut
ly dressed. The following is a
brief description of them: Mrs.
E. Mnddon in whito, trimmed
with bluo; Miss Maddod, in
whito; Miss Mullingor, pink
silk, trimmed with green chillbu;
Miss Biruard, whito confoctioo,
trimmed with lace; Mr3. Jos Hor
nor, blnck silk, with cream silk
waist; Miss Olivo Horner, pink,
trim in od with black; Miss Homer,
in white; Miss Alico Hornor, in
white, trimmod with pink; Mrs.
Blacow, in cream silk ; Miss (ireeu
fioltl, hluodolaino; Mrs. Barnard,
in pink, trimmed with luco; Mrs.
Soabeckor, in croam, trimmed with
blue; Mrs. Podmoro, in black silk,
trimmed with laco;Mrs. Poulsomo,
in black silk; Miss Nollio Rick
ard, in pink; Miss Polly Rickard.
in whito; Mrs. Brodriok, blaok
lace, trimmed with croam chiffon;
Mis. Thompson, in blaok laco,
with bluo sash.
Paauilo, Deo. 10, 1893.
At tho mooting of this company
last night Firot Lieutenant J. M.
Koa was ulooted to the oaptainoy,
mado vacant by tho doath of Hon
ry Kaia. Second Lioutonant
Charles Wiloox was olectod first
lioutenaut and JuHeph Merso soc
ond. Tho now oflioors will bo ex
amined as to thoir prolioiouoy by
a board coinpoHod of Majors Jones
ami McLood and Captain Caumra.
VISITINU ItKI.rK VTES.
Ncmbcm of tho American Ilonril or
l'orrlcn niltoiis Her. i
Thi following mombors of tho
American Board of Foreign Mis
sions arrived on tho China on
their way homo from Japan: Rev.
Dr. Biirtnn.si-orot'iry of tho board;
Rev. Dr. Bradford of Aloiitolnir,
N.J;Mr. Ellison, chairman of tho
Morning Star committoo.audllev.
Dr. Johnson of Chicago, who is
iiccntnpnnicd by Mrs. Johnson.
On their arrival this morning
the visitors wero taken in hand
by a committee consisting of Chief
Justice Judd, Rov. Dr. Hydo and
P. C. Jones and escorted through
tho govornmont buildings and
At ono o'clock this nftemoon
lunch was providod at tho Contral
Union church parlors nnd tho
visiting clergy woro introduced to a
number of prominont church peo
ple, ntnnng whom our roportor
noticed President and Mrs. Dolo,
Mrs. Bingham,Mrs. Dr.Ocan.Uev.
and Mrs. Birnio, Rev. and Mrs.
Biahop.Mi. and Mrs. F.W.Damon,
Mrs. Forbos, Mrs. P. T. Taylor,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Athoiton,
Mr. and Mrs. lioweu, Chiof Jus
tico and Mrs. Judd, Associato
Justico Froar, Mr. and Mrs. 1$.
F. Dillingham, Uov. O. P. Emor
son, Secretary uud Mrs. Corbett,
Prof, and Mrs. Aloxniubr, Prof,
und Mrs. Richards, Judgo Mngoon,
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Jones, Dr.
Smith, Mrs. Guliok, Miss Bing
ham and Mrs. S. N. Cnstlo.
Aftor luncli informal speochos
woro in order. On behalf of tho
visiting delegation Rov. Dr. llnd
ford made u humorous speech, first
recounting his ploasuro at meeting
with nn old familiar New Jersey
friond in tho shape of a Honolulu
mosquito, and nfterwards tolling
ot his mooting with young Mr.
Bingham in an Amorioan college.
Ho closod with an eloquont tri
buto to the memory of Gonoral
Armstrong and a oulogy of Presi
Prosidont Dolo, at the request
of Rov. Mr. Birnio, told of tho
pleasuro experienced by thoso
present in boing nblo to moot tho
delegates, rnd stated that ho bo
lievod sinco occupying his prosont
position as pros'deut ho had
grown much more liberal in his
religious views through boing
thrown into contact with all
Ho was glad to bavo hadjthe op
portunity of mooting tho dologates
of tho American Board and hoped
to havo that ploasuro again, either
horo or in Amorica. He wns glud
thoy had an opportunity to soo
the pooplo ot Honolulu und visit
some of its government and
scholastic institutions. In con
clusion ho wishod them
all godspeod on their homeward
After singing a hymn tho meet
ing broko up Carr'mgos wero pro
vided and tho visitors will' bo
drivon ubout tho city until tho
IIIIAIII) Ol' EDUCATION'.
New l'rlni'lpal Appointed for I.alinliiu
In ii it School.
The ISmrdof Education made
thu following ohangos in toachurs
at its meeting yostorday nfter
non: Osmer Abbott to be principal of
Lahaiualunu, J. O. Lonhurt vice
principal, and Mrs. Osmer Abbott
Mrs. Dtitnus to be assistant in
tho High School, vico Miss Crane
J. Lightfoot wus appointed
teaohor of tho night school to bo
oommonoed January 6th.
Miss Alico Winter, of Honokaa
school, waB appoiuted urincipal of
tho Ooknla and Miss Sylvia Wil
liams fifth nBsistant of the Hnno
kua school vioo Miss Nora Hick
ard, advanood to ho fourth assist
ant. Tho resignation of J, G. Mo
Cartnoy, of tho Waipio school, on
account of ill health, was acoepted.
An honorary lifo diploma was
granted Armstrong Smith.
PRICE 5 CENTO.
THE CHINA'S ROUGH TRIE
tiii: vi:ssr.i. was hove to als.
ONE II A V.
SpirMjr.lltr Tom nl ,iml 'lliioxrr,
iHcrb.Mir.l l irJni Ship In
The Pacific .Mail Sloimshtr.
China arrivod tiiis morning, nbosf,
a day and a hilf late, caused b
the bad weather sho oxpenonced
Whon throo diys out from Yoki
hama a sovoro storm was oncouoi
eivd in which a vesstd Ips stautie
and seaworthy than tho China
would havo had a hard timo. Tfcr
steamer was hovo to for 27 Iioezj
during tho worst of tho storm,
during which eho rolled in Ifct
trough of tho sea to a fearful de
gree. Tho indicators in tho or
gino room showed that nt timw
sho rolled 43 degrros. Twod--grcos
more wonld hiv pi icod thf,
ship on hoi beam ouils and ar
other ocoan disaster might have
boon chmnicli'd. Sovonty-fin:
tons of coal l it sicks on tho decL
was thrown overboard during
tho worst of tho storm.
The passengers arc loud in their
praifce of Captain Sabury and hie
officors for thoir conduct during
tho storm.which lusted thrcodayt.
Tho China has 80 OrienU?.
stoorago jiassongors nnd 838 coa
traot Japanoso laborers all of
whom wore placod in quarantinf
this morning for sevon days. The
vossol took on board an cxtw.
quantity of coal during tho dayanS
loaves tor San Francisco nt 5
o'clock with two pissengers from
Heath or.TIr. C. in. Walton.
Mrs. C. M. Walton, wifo of the
manngor of Pahala plantation,
died this morning ot consumption
at tho rosidonco of Jno. M. Angnt,
on Richards street. Tho decoasafi
lady has boen ill for somo time
but in the Inst few days has groc
rapidly worse. Word was sent tc
hor husband by the Konuhou lai.
week of tho chnngo in her condi
tion and ho rode from Pahala tc
Hilo in six hours, a distance of
5G miles, in eider to catch the
Kiuau and bo with his wifo in her
Tho funeral will take place,
from the Angus rosidonco tomor
row afternoon nt 3 o'clock, tho
arrangomonte boing under tkc
direction of H. H. Williams.
Uov. D. P. Birnio will conduct
Mrs. Walton's maiden name
was Emma Towno, uud sho wni
born at Boxford, Mass., April IS.,
185G, consequontly was n bee
fortiolh year. With her husbaat'.
sho loavos a son four or firo
yours old. Sho had many frioudti
in Honolulu as woll as iu the
Most peoplo wero too busy t&v.
night thinking ubout Christmtc
to go to the Salvation Army meet
ing at Y. M. 0. A. hall, but Um.
foiv who did attend mado up in
ournestnexs und onthusiusm tor
thoso who did not. Tho Kilo
contingent which arrivod on tho
Kiiinu told about thoir prograu
iu that rainy town itJd
Adjutant Eguor mado pub
lic tno louowing statistics'
Total uttencTetico at meetings sioai
Soptombor. 1891, in Honolulu tad
Hilo. 48,227, an nvorago of 77if
por wook; 071 opon air meotingSj
531 hours visiting, 30,200 Wic
Cry's sold 4950 cluldron attndtd.
meetings, 353 peoplo pro(oasiL
conversion, 23 soldiers on roll, 3tt
rocruits; averago Hilary of oflioert,
i'2 05 per week. Another mooting
will ho hold at tho samo hall thit-ovoning.