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HONOLULU, H. L," SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1890.
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EsiI "VVnr I nrty Jutoiili JIrlru
tin- itie Tiniiip ITIntvIi Homo
On Friday night, July 3, a grand
hall was hold in Sprockols' hall.
About 75couples took part in tho
grand march. Garvolho's orches
tra was engaged for tho occasion.
At 2:30 all doparted, after having
had tho finest tiino o tho season.
The Fourth was celebrated in
Hilo iu up-to-date stylo, as it
noTor was before
At sunriso tho saluto of 21 guns
In tho morning tho basoball
gamo botweon tho Holomuas and
and Lanakilas was played and
resulted iu the Ilaolos being de
feated by a spore of 3 to 2. Tho
batting of Hapai, Schoon and
Thrum aud'the baso running of
Supo woro among t,ho features of
tho gamo. The battory work of
tho Holomuas was abovo tho
average. Kaimaua covored tho
first bag in fine stylo for
tho nativo team. Time of gamo
2 hours and 20 minutes. Umpires,
Roland and Corpulent Brown.
Before tho gamo tho Lanakilas
drove through town and after
wards inarched on to tho diamond
clad in tho regulation prison garb.
Much laughtor was elicited by the
appearance of tho boys.as the uni
forms fit rathor soon.
After the ball gamo came tho
yacht race, which resulted in tho
second defeat of L. Severance's
boat by Dr. Hutchinson's craft
Tho vast crowd in tho grand
stand and along tho track then
witnessed somo of tho finest run
ning races over soon in Hilo. Tho
attendance was at least 3500. Bet
ting was lively and many dollars
changed hands ou tho results.
In tho first race a free for all,
for ponies under 14 hands, was
won by Dr Hutchinson's Dolly.
In tho trotting event J. R. Wil
son's Minnie boat Albert Horner's
Fallis in two straight heats.
Owners drove. Tho event of tho
day, a free for all for Hawaiian
bred horses, was captured by H.
O. Austin's Surprise.
The next was won by Jack Wil
son's Arab, who beat Horner's
Blaok Bess in a close race.
In the mulo race Loebenstoin'B
Makoo won from Ohas. Hitch
cock's Telephone, by an ear.
Horner's bay filly won tho
scrub race from a good field of
Tho following were tho ownorB'
color: C. H. Hitchcock, American
flag; H. O. Austin, Hawaiian flag;
Horner's, red, white and blue; J.
R. Wilson's, lavender aud yellow;
Dr. Hutchinson's, red and white;
Dr. II. B. Elliot's, M.R.O.V.S.,
red, black nnd gold; D. Forbes,
blue; JoeDioz, rainbow; A. B.
Tho track was iu fino condition
and tho races woro of tho best.
Tho judges woro A. M. Wilson,
JaB. Gibb and J. T. Bakor. Start
er: J. C. Grossman. Timekeeper:
Tho Rival I)as Musas band
played lively airs while tho races
Tho following are tho results of
the athlotio contests:
100 yard foot race, E. Hapai.
Putting 22 lb. shot, Al. Horner.
Standing high jump, E. Hapai.
Running high jump, E. Hapai.
Fat man race, John Gurdich.
Half milo foot race, Jas, Sissou.
4-10-yard race, Jas. Sisson.
Standing broad jump, Victor.
Climbing greased polo, Portu
For tho evor present small boy
amusements woro provided in tho
following manner: Scramblo for
nickels, donkey race, Hilo shower,
a greased polo, running races, etc
At sunset tho 21 guns woro fired.
The tug-ofwar, which lasted over
-10 miuutcB, was won by the' native
team and was one of tho most ex
citing ovont, of tho day.
in xuo evening tuo avivai una
Musas band discoursed sweet
music In tho court house yard.
Tho court houso yard and tho
Hilo hotel vorandas were crowded
with & uiUBic loving assemblage;
also the vorandas of the American
Consul Furueaux, L. Sovoronco
and Dr. Hutchinson were well
orowded with friends.
Rockets and fireworks wero
sent up from the Hilo hotel
grounds, likowiso did D. Hut
chinson filow hi Americanism
by his diRplny of (rockets, etc.,
from his lawn.
And bo ended oue of the mo-t
enjoyable fourths evor colebuitSd
The Orphan's homo kept open
houso on tho Fourth. Tho .boys
had mauy callord, Avho wero all
well treated in more than one
The Santiago arrived in port
Friday and reports losing a man
on hor up trip. A heavy sea
swopt a sailor named Louis over
board. Tho ladies of Hilo gave a most
enjoyable leap year dauco iu
Spreckels' hall last night in
honor of tho visitors who aro so
journing in our city. A iiue time
was had by all present. Dancing
was kept up until past midnight.
Carvalho's orchestra played for
the occasion. Among tho visitors
present were Mr. and Mrs. C. Mc
Lonnau, Laupahoehoo; tho Misses
Alice and Annie Hnruor, Mrs. J.
M. Horner, Robt. Horner, of Ku
kaiau; Miss Sophio Rycrott, H.
Rycroft, Mr. Lyman of Puna;
Miss Trowbridge, Mrs. Sickles,
Mrs. Koudall, of Olaa, Mr . Robt.
Atkinson, Mr. Brown, Hon. Jos.
Marsdon of Honolulu and others.
MrB. W. A. Hardy and Mrs.
Gardner K. AVildor acted as fioor
Jos. Marsdon, Commissioner of
Agriculturo, is registered at tho
Hilo hotel. Mr. Mnrsd-n camo
iu on foot from Honakaa in record-breaking
time. He leaves
tho end of the wook for Olaa to
inspect and iuquuo into coffeo
A match race botweon H. O.
Austin's Surprise and J. It.
Wilson's Arab is being arranged
to coino off in tho near future.
A great many witnesses who
attended tho Honokaa Circuit
Court jury term returned homo
for tho fourth.
Tho Bulletin arrived in Hilo
from the Ilalljast night, bringing
tho latest foreign news.
Hilo, July 7, 1890.
All tho I-copIo
Should keep themselves healthy
aud ospeoial care should bo given
to this matter at this time. Health
depends upon pure, rich blood,
for when the blood is irapnro and
impoverished diseases of various
kinds are almost certain to result.
The one truo blood purifier is
Hood's Sarsaparilla. By its
power to purify aud vitalize the
blood it has proved itself to be
tho .safeguard of health, and tho
record of remarkable cures effect
ed proves that it has wonderful
power over disease. It actually
and permanently cures whon all
other preparations fail to do auy
AiioIImt .lllnstrcl I'erlnriiiiiiiuc.
Company D. Minstrels havo
yielded to general desire and havo
determined to givo 'another per
formance on noxt Saturday even
ing, July 18th. Tho program will
bo entirely now throughout. Now
songs, now dances, now gags and
a now aftor-pioce. As this will
bo tho last performance of tho
minstrolB for somo time thoro will
undoubtedly bo a largo atten
dance. Daniol Defoe, a groat groat
grandson of tho author of "Robin
son Ci'uboo," died, a poor sailor,
at San Francisco tho last of June.
Theodoro Durrant's caso will
not bo argued in tho Supremo
Court of California for a month.
It is fourteon months since tho
murders woro committed for which
ho was convicted.
HOSPITAL TRUSTEES MEET
Tin: ot,t ori'icKiiH ni:-:i,KorKi
i'i,n .:? i sin: mini,
lteJHirl f IMiylcliiiM mid Vlltln; ,
'Z 'ouimlftrM-Itci l.lnii ol' Cnricr '
Xmv iconic lur t'.nitiiiiillvPH.
The IJoard of Tnistoos of tho
Quoon'u Hospital hold thoir semi
annual meeting nt tho rooms of
thr Chamber of Commerce this
morning. Twelve of tho trustees
woro present, Jamos 1. Dowsett
occupying tho chair. Tho two
quarterly reports of tho visiting
physician and surgeon wero read
and filed. They appear below in
Honolulu, March 31, 1890.
To THE TltUHTECB OI' THE QUEEN'S
Gentlemen: Wo have tho hon
or to submit tho following report
for the quarter ending March 31,
Tho number of patients at pro
sent in tho Hospital is 75; viz: -10
Hawaiiaus (37 males, 9 females),
1 Chineso, 9 Japanese and 19 of
other nationalities; 20 paying.
Tho number of admissions dur
ing tho quarter was 183; viz: 87
Hawaiians (G7 males, 20 females),
5 Chinese, 21 Japaueso aud 70
of other nationalities.
Discharged 101; viz: 07 Hawai
ians (19 males, 18 females), -1 Chi
nese, 15 Japaueso and 78 of other
Deaths 10; viz: 7 Hawaiian
malos, 1 Japancso aud 5 of other
The causes of death woro as fol
lows: Cancer of Stomach 1, Cere
bral ICaomorrlngo 1, Congestion
of Lungs 1, Dysoutery 2, Em
pyaemia 1, Intermittent Fovor 1,
Meningitis 1, Peri'caidial Effusion
1, Peritonitis 1, Phthisis pulmo
nale 2, Pyaemia 1, Surcoma of
Bladder 1, Syphilis J, Typhoid
Fever 1. Of the abovo 3 died with
in 10 and 4 within 48 hours of ad
mission. Tho highest numbor of indoor
patients was 87, lowost 07, daily
averago 74. Number of prescrip
tions 488. There havo been 9
mojor and 17 minor operations
and 4 post-mortem examinations.
Tho number of patients treatod
in tho Hospital has been 411; viz:
January440, Fobruary 130, March
Ciias. B. Cooi'Eit, M. D.,
O. B. Wood, M. D.,
To tho Hon. Board of Trustees of
tho Quoeh's Hospital.
Gentlemen : Wo would respect
fully submit tho following loport
for tho quarter ending Juno 30th,
Tho number of patients at pres
ent in tho hospital is 0G, viz.: 30
Hawaiians (20 m. and 10 f.), 1
Chinese, 10 Japanese, and 19 of
othor nationalities, 27 paying.
Tho numbor of admissions dur
ing the quarter was 158, viz.: 70
HawaiiaiiB (50 m. and 20 f.), 5
Chineso, 23 Japanese, aud 51 of
Discharged 151, viz.: 80 Hawai
ians (04 in. and 10 f.), 4 Chinese,
20 Japaueso, and 50 othor nation
alities. Deaths 13, viz.: 0 Hawaiians (3
in. nnd 3 f.), 1 Chineso. 2 Japa
nese, and 4 other nationalities.
Tho causes of death woro as fol
lows : Pericarditis 1, Endo
carditis 1, Pneumonia 2, Uraemia
1; Chronic Nephritis 1, Drop
Bical Effusion Poncadial Sack 1;
Phthisis Pulmonalia 4, Typh
oid Fovor 1, Septicaemia 1. Of
tho abovo, 1 died within ouo hour,
nnd 4 within 4 days of odmission.
Tho highest number of indoor
pationts was 84, tho lowost num
ber was 00.
Daily average 77, numbor. of
Thoro has been 14 major, and
23 minor oporatious, and 3 post
Tho numbor of pationts treated
has boon 393, viz.: April 128, May
141, Juno 124.
Ohah. B. Cooi'Eit, M.D.,
F. R. Day, M.D.,
Treasurer J. H. Paty presouteil
his reports, which woro approved.
1 hey show tho finances of tho in
stitution to bo in an improved
condition, which was a source of
much gratification to thoso pro
sent at tho meeting.
Tho Visiting Committoo for the
last quarter reported favorably on
tho general condition of afrnirs at
Communications wero read from
Drs. G. P. Androws, J. T. Way
8on and H. V. Murray asking to
bo placed on the honorary medical
stair of tho hospital. On motion
tho Boveral requests woro granted.
The Biibject of tho revision of
tho charter of the hospital to con
form to tho changod form of gov
ornmont was brought up and on
motion was reforred to the Exe
cutive Committeo with instruc
tions to roport at a special meet
ing to bo called for tho purposo
as soon as tho rovision was com
pleted. A special committee, consisting
of Trustees J. B. Athorton, O.
Bolto and J. Enn, was appointed
ou revision of rates charged for
transient pationts at tho hospital,
to roport at tho same special meet
ing. l'ho matter of consumptive pa
tionts aud thoir trcattnont was
also considered at length, to
gether with tho advisability of
erecting n special coltogo on tho
grounds of the hospital for tho use
of consumptive pationts solely,
and tho Executive Committee
woro instructed to procure esti
mates of tho cost of such a cot
tage for submission at the spociul
mooting abovo referred to.
Resolutions of regret and con
dolence on tho death of Trustee
J. T. Wnterhouso woro adopted
and ordered spread on tho
Tho election of officers for tho
coming year" resulted as follows:
J. H. Paty, treasurer; F. A.
Sohaefor, Bocrotary, and M. P.
Robinson, auditor, all of whom
woro ro-oiected. The Executive
Committoo is composed of Trus
tees A.S. Cleghom, M. P. Robin
son, J. H. Paty, E. F. Bishop
aud F. A. Schaofor.
Drs. C. B. Cooper and C. B.
Wood were re-elected as visiting
physician and surgeon to tho
The Visitiug Committeo of tho
coming quarter is composed of
Trustees G. W. Smith, J. I. Dow
sett and C. P. Iaukea.
in Tin: imii.ici: oi?kt.
Clinugo of Comnlnlut In ttio C'uno
AKnluat W, 1. .Miirrnll.
In the District Court this morn
iug, a new charge was filed against
Sheridan, or W. P. Morrow as ho
now says his name is. Iu the
othor caso, which was partly tried
yesterday, ho was accused of as
saulting Patrick Curtis with a
deadly weapon on July 3d. This
was a mistake ou tho part of tho
prosecution, as tho date should
havobeoii July 5th. In tho trial yes
terday tho complaint was amended
against tho objection of Chas.
Creighton, defendant's attorney,
and the date changed. This
morning, however, a now com
plaint was filed, and lawyer
Creighton made tho plea that hip
cliont had boon onco in jeopardy
for tho same ofTense. Tho court
ovorrulod. tho objection and tho
caso was Bet for trial on tho 14th.
A plea of not guilty was enter
ed in the caso of Fred Meyer,
charged with malicious wounding
of a horse, and tho trial' fixed for
A uollo pros, was ontored iu the
caso of Eddie Holt, charged with
assault and battery.
Sasaki was fined $5 and costs
for peddling goods ot foreign
manufacture without a licouso.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular- Houso, 154 Fort Btreot,
from 1 .00 per week up.
LETTER FROM LAHAINA
EVKXIH AT THE AM'II.M'
vfi r a i
Ilnjoj incut til Hit- I'mtrlli An Liikikc
men I Aiiiioiuiet-tl Olllclnl
mid I'i-i-xiiimI Xrnii,
The Fourth was ns fitly cele
brated as has beeu tho custom
here iu tho past. All seemed to
enjoy themselves as much as pos
sible. Lahaina was "out in tho
wot" at Kahului this year and
quite a number had thoir spirits
dampened iu consequence.
Tho Rev. Mr. Byrdc, after
spending ovor a wook hero con
ducting mission services, has ro
turnod to Kohala. Mr. Byrdo
croatod a very favorablo impres
sion by his earnestnoss, and Ko
hala wo congratulate in having
such a man.
Lahaina saloon, which is large
ly patronized by passengers and
tourists from tho many f-learners
touching horo, ha3 changed hands.
Mr. M. McOann, formerly of Ho
nolulu, aud recently ongineor on
tho Lahaina Plantation, is now
proprietor, tho popular J. K. Mil
ler having retired.
Tho engagement of Miss Wiii
nif red Baldwin, daughter of D.D.
Ualdwin of Haiku, aud niocevof
tho Hon. H. P. Baldwin, to Dr. J.
Weddick of Eavii has been made
public. Congratulations will bo
in order later on.
Postmaster Thos. C. Forsyth
has retired from ollico on account
of ill health, and has gouo to Kula
to try and regain his health. Ho
has ably fulfilled his official duties
and has well-earned his rest. A.
N. Haysoldon of tho teaching force
has been appointed by tho Post
master General to succeed him.
Cano planting is going actively
ou; the popular manager is witlo
awako; dry wcathor on tho fiat;
rain in tho mountains and an
earthquake prognosticated by
Over fifty tins of opium iu good
condition havo beeu picked up by
natives on Lanai boach and
brought ovor. A numbor of
ompty cans woro also found, indi
cating that they had suffered a
good buffoting by the waves.
I'ho drug is of good grade, and is
supposed to have been dropped'
overboard by some passing vessel.
Lahaina, July 10, 1890.
JACK McVi:lll IV I.1ICU.
Find .sixty Tins of Opium A in. i ni;
This morning Jack MoVuigh
aud Harry Brown wore examin
ing tho baggage of the Chineso
immigrants who arrived ou tho
Doric last Sunday and camo
across sixty tins of first-class
Hongkong opium. Up to noon
tho quarantine, officer had niado
no arrests, as lie waB in hopes of
finding moro of tho drug.
Tho Ohiunman who smuggled
tho opium has boon discovered,
but no chargo will bo made against
him until liis period of quaran
tine is up, when ho will be traus
forred to tho polico station iustead
of to a plantation.
Art i:lillillloii CIiim'm.
Today closos tho exhibition of
Hugo Fisher's pioturos at tho
Pacific Hardware Company's
rooms, Ovor n thousand pcoplo
havo visited tho art rooms to view
thorn and tho host of our con
noissours of painting havo been
delighted with tho mauy boautifnl
scones portrayed on canvas by
Mr. Fisher. Ho soon loaves for
tho other Islands to execute many
orders from America and Europe
Wo sincerely hope that upon liia
return tho people of Honolulu
may havo the enjoyment of look
ing at tho result of his labors ero
ho sends or takes thorn away.
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