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ovnn t"AnAKTiNE kfgulations
OV I'NITUII STATES AMI HAWAII.
On the Urnittiit Tlmt They Driiinml
irncllcnl ItiiMrlMimiii'iit iirjiiiutii-
on Their Own Kull.
At tlio last meeting of thoBonrd
of Health there were n number of
communications rend from Dr.
Eltlredgo, coubuI and obiof sani
tary inspector for Hawaii at Yoko
hama, which contain much matter
of local interest. In one of his
lotters addressed to Minister
Cooper on tho subject of quaran
tine rognlntions bo pny:
"As bearing on the subject of
preliminary quarantine, I have
already reported to Mr.' W. O.
Smith, president of the Board of
Health, that, in connection with a
proposition to erect n propor
plant for detention nnd disinfec
tion, the Japanoso govoruuiout
has been approached by tho Unit
ed Stotes Consul Genornl, aud
that there are signs of rostivoness,
on tho part of the former, under
tho whole system of precaution.
I 1i,ito now to odd that, although
no official answor has yet
been tnado to tho quory
of tho United States Consul Gen
eral whetbor objoction exists to tho
erection of the proposed plant, I
am credibly informed that thoro
is much feeling against the pre
cautionary measures roquimd by
Hawaii and tho United States,
chielly on tho ground that they
demand a practical imprisonment
of Japanese on their own soil,
under forofgn control. To this,
of course, the answor is that the
required detention ib not in anyj
sense an imprisonment, but a
voluntary submission on tho part
of the passenger to certain pre
cautions upon which are condi
tioned his obtaining passage to
and admission into another coun
try, and tliat, so far as tho United
States are concerned, tho system
has been working in several Eu
ropean States for some years
without objection on their part.
"Whether it is possiblo to make
so hypersensitive and almost
morbidly patriotic a people
as tho , Japanese understand
this, I do not know, but
deem it well that tho matter has
beon taken up by tho United
States authorities hero instead of
arising in direct connection with
tho Hawaiian system, the morons,
should the Japanese government
tako an unreasonable stand, pres
sure can undoubtedly be brought
to bear upou it under tho. old
treaty which, though perhaps
somewhat in abeyance of late, has
not yet expired, I mny add that,
bo long ago as before Mr. Irwin's
departure that gontleinan told mo
in conversation that ho feared
that soouor or later this very
question would bo raised by tho
Japanese and in the manner in
which thoy now seem disposed to
troat it. ,
'Unless I recoivo instructions
from you to tho contrary, I shnll
if possible avoid auy direct dis
cussion of the matter with tho
Japanoso authorities, as whatovor
notion is taken with regard to tho
United States system will prob
ably apply equally to that of Ha
waii. "1 must confess, howovor, that I
do not liko present indications
and that I wish Mr. Irwiu woro
ou the ground with full instruc
tions from yourself."
In another letter Dr. Eldredge
writes: "I have tho honor to ro
port that through tho ignorance
or carelessness of those concerned,
the Japanese steamship Sakura
inaru left Hongkong without
either a Hawaiian or United
States bill of health; nnd that,
having no origiual, slio was re
fused a supplementary bill at
Kobe by tho consulates of both
countries. On arriving hero tho
contral agency took tho tnattor up
and after investigation nnd con
sultation tho Unitod States Cou-
sul-Goneral and myself have is
suod BUpplouiontary bills upon
the presentation of ovidonco that
the bills from Hongkong aud
Kobo will bo forwarded .by
first opportunity, and upon tho
affidavit of tho captain, a copy of
which will bo found annexed ito
tho bill granted.
"As regards Hongkong, Consul
Bell-Irving telegraphs: 'Sakura
Maru, Hawaii bill health granted,
going Bio Jaueiro, inform Hono
lulu authorities,' and acting Vice
Consul Graham writes mo that
ho will forward Kobo bill on Bight
of Hongkong original, both of
which will bo transmitted to you
as soon as received.
"1 am woll awnro uEtho oulpa
bility of tho steamship people in
not obtaining tho uuCoM-uy bill of
health at Hongkong, but in view
of all the circumstances and with
out in any way committing my
self tts lu ivhitl course the Ha
waiian Government may take in
tho case havo thought it best to
act as indicated in tho foregoing."
In another lettor addressed to
Dr. Day, health officer of Hono
lulu, Dr. Eldredgo says:
"Mr. Smith, president of tho
Board ofHealth,having notified me
that the vuccination of emigiauts
performed by Japanese physicians
employed by tho emigration com
panies or by the stoamship lines
hus piuvcu muut autmtiufuCtory, I
have insisted upon tho passengers
per Sakura maru being vaccinated
under my supervision aud with
virus that I am using daily with
exceptionally good results, und
shall tako tho samo precautions
with rogard to any future ship
monts undor similar circum
stances." In still another communication
to Minister Coopor, undor date
of March 5, Dr.. Eldredge makes a
roturn of the occurrencemnll
pox in Yokohama atuT suburbs for
the period from February 23 to
March 12, inclusive, which shows
an increasing prevalence of the
disease. The roturn is as fol
Tho doctor further sayB in this
report; "A fow cases of typhus
aro reported in Tokio, but I have
beon unable to obtain statistics.
Typhus is at all times a raro
JiHeuBO in Japan, though many
years ago I mot with a brief and
limited epidemic m a rcmoto
country district, which in its ma
lignancy and enormously high
mortality recalled the typhus of a
At L'iiiiiiii Siiuro,
Tho Government band undor
tho leadership of Professor llor
gei will play tho following selec
tions at the Emilia squaro concort
Ovurtnro -"Fmicli Ooini dy HeU
Wultz doutlicrii llrui'zu Mvihter
Baxophnno Solo Mother of Pearl., Sautunna
Mr. I)ald Nape.
Selection Uoliuinlau Girl Balfo
Cornet Solo Columbia Kolllnson
Mr. Cbarlcs Kreutcr.
Fantasia Trauiublliler Lumbje
Bell 8olo: Mr. Uarry Ingham.
WolU-Jolly Girls VolUtcdt
Mareli My Durktown Onl Johnson
In tho bnseball gaino on Satur
day at Makiki between tho Ka
raohamoliu and Ftiuahou foams,
tho foimor woro victorious by n
scoro of 18 to 10,
MISSION YESSEL ENTERED
UUUNINM KTAH ARRIVES 1'HO.U
tin; Mturii m:an.
Full Iti'pnrt ut H, itniind Trli
I'm.emii'r ISriinulit l
Thiu moruing, at nu early hour,
tho ohl r)nd wellkuown missionary
vessol Morning Star, Captain
Garland,( arrived in port. She
has been awny from Honolulu
nine mouths uiid four days, travel
ing many thousand miles over the
great Pacific Ocean.
Tho Morning Star loft Hono
lulu last year with a numbor of
missionaries aud a cargo of stores
for the mission stations on tho
islands of tho South Soas. On
the way from here, a pleasant
voyage of 17 days to Butaritari, in
the Gilbert Islands, was had. All
tho stores for Butaritari were
landed safely. Frrim thoro the
Star wout to Kusaie in 12 days,
experiencing head winds tho
whole way. All wa3 found to
be well at Kusaie. Thoro has
been au iucreaso in tho family
of Dr. Iiifo at Kuaaio, another
child boing born. A stay of 10
days was mtido at Kusaie, the ves
sel boing overhauled. Tho Star
then proceeded to lluk, calling at
Finlap, Mokil, 1'onape and Nutio
ou the way. Leaving Kusaie, tho
ship encountered strong S. W.
winds which retarded her pro
gress, and wheu halfway to Buk
hud to put back to Pouapo to get
medical attondauco for ono of the
passengeis. A stay of six days at
Ponapo.was necessary on account
of bail weather.
Starting again for Ituk, tho trip
was niauo in tnreo auu a unit
days, steaming all tho way. At
Buk everything was well, a stay
of four or fivo days being made.
Buk being the end of the route,
tho Star started baak, all tho
freight having boon dolivered.
Auothor visit to Kusaio was
made, whoro a lot of school chil
dren were taken aboard for the
Marshall Islands to visit their
people. There were then 85 peo
ple aboard, including tho crew,
and tho decks were loaded with
bananas and other things. After
returning tho Marshall Islands
children to the mission at Kusaie,
another lot belonging to tho Gil
bert Islands were taken for n visit
to their folks. Tho trip to Butari
tari was made in lGduys. After
boing away 54 days, Kusaie was
Passengers for Honolulu woro
Mr. Mitchell and family from
Gilbert Islands, Mr. Ohannon ond
fomily from Kusaie, and Mr.
Bowker aud family from Buk, tho
vessol calling at tho other plncos
aftor lauding tho children at Ku
saie. Two Japaneso, who woro loft
at Buk by tho schooner Bobert
Logan, weroalso brought. A
pleasant voyage of -13 days was
experienced from Buk to Honolu
lu, tho vessel sailing most of tho
The Stnr has tho usual cargo,
firewood and curios. Many peo
ple woro down to tho ship at Nuu
anu wharf today, to see tho cap
tain and officers, and bargain far
mats, shells, hats and other arti
cles from tho South Sea islands.
On tho trip up, Mr. Swiuton, first
mate, has not boon idlo. Ho did
some protty iinndiworK in torioiso
shell, besides writing a nico little
poem, which would do credit to
any of tho noted poets. Mr.
Swiuton, from whom our reporter
got his information, is in good
health, as are also Captain Gar
laud and Engineer Douse.
Before leaving again, the Morn
ing Star will havo a new captain
and new officers. Captain Bray
will bo the now mastor.
The 'schooner Bobort Logan
was at Buk during tho Star's visit.
Everything was all woll with tho
Company B dofeatod tho polico
team in a mntoh shoot on Satur
day by a Bcoro of 40G to 402.
mill Equity Ilrnrliic nt
Ernest A. Mott Smith haB peti
tioned for lotters of administra
tion on tho ostato of tho la to
John H. Paty, with tho written
cousont of tho membors of dece
In tho bill for accounting of
Kwang Hin vs. Hong Yin otal.
Judge Carter has ordered defen
dants, until tho hearing of tho
cause, to pay into court all tho
proceeds of tho busineBs referred
to in tho ploading.
Judgo Carter is hearing Oahu
Lurabor Co. vs. Hoo Kin aud
others. Magoou it Ediugs for
plaintiiT; Humphroys and Dickey
Judgo Perry donied O. J. Sher
.wood's motion for a now trial this
morning, and exceptions were
noted. E. P. Dolo for the proso
cution; Creighton for dofondant.
A motion to tax costs in Weedou
vs. "Waterhouso was argued aud
taken under consideration by
Judgo Porry. Kinney '& Ballou
for plaintiff; Honshall for defend
Iho Wild Nhhii.
H. B. M. S. Wild Swan arrived
yostorday morning, 15 days from
Victoria, B. O. Sho will rouinin
hero for sovoral weeks, lieforo
leaving for a crniso south. Ex
cept the first few days, fivo weather"
was had tho wholo trip. Follow
ing aro tho ofiicers: Commander1
Capt. M. Napier; Lieutenants, W.
D. Church aud Johu Coke; Navi
gator, S. Sludou; Pay mastor, C.
Ward; Surgeon, II. Marriott; En
gineer, H. Gainsford; Gunner, F.
Blowott; Midshipmen, J. Cole, O.
Tho Wild Swan is a small ves
sel, nnd is like most of the other
British gunboats often seen in
this port. Sho hns beon on tho
Pacific Station sinco tho early
part of 1895.
Died III Julian.
Georgo Kapena, a nativo ot
Hawaii, died nt Oginohnma in the
Bay of Scudai, Japan, February
9, of smallpox. Thedeceased was
serving at tho time in tho Japan
eso schooner Tokiwn ninru, tho
crow, of which sent a joint lettor
to Cousul Eldredge at Yokohama,
expressing great sorrow for tho
loss of thoir shipmato and stating
that they gavo him as good n
funeral as was in their powor, re
questing nt the samo timo that his
family be informed of his death.
MaKiiirnde Hull. '
Next of tho moonlight dunces
of tho Healaui Boat Club will bo
givon on April 1G, n fortnight from
first Friday. It will bo in tho
form of a masquorado ball. Ad
mission will bo exclusively by
ticket no money roceivablo at
tho door. Gontlemon on buying
tickets aro dosired to give tho
committee tho names of the ladies
who will accompany them to tho
PRESIDENT DIAZ DECORATED.
RERUN Tho Relcbsanzeiger olll
chilly announces that President Diaz,
ot Mexico, lias been decorated by Em
peror William with the grand cross of
"Itnlnier." President Diaz Issued nn
edict to the effect that no beer except
the sparkling "Rainier" be served In
public places, or on state occasions.
On top or in bottles at the Criterion.
Tho staff of clerks at tho Tem
pi o of Fashion aro all busy today
overhauling and remarking, in
plaiu figures, tho entiro stock.
They calculate that on Thursday,
April 1, thoy will bo ready to
handlo tho large crowd that is sure
to attond. A reduction of 25 por
oont on tho actual cost prico ought
to make n big hole in Mr.Silva's
Btock in short ordor. Watch daily
papors for prices.
Now suitings and pantB patterns
nro arriving by overy mail steam
orfor L. B. Kerr. Ho sells a singlo
yard at wholesale prices.
AT KAUMAKAPILI CHURCH
I'lur fTiiiirui MiiKluir lF lti (Jlrliaud
Hoy ill Tito Scliool Eurorm
nnd llounct the Rule,
The largo auditorium of Kuu-
makapili church was woll filled on
Saturday ovoniug nt tho concert
given for tho benefit of tho church,
thoro boing but a fow seats vacant. '
Tho opening chorus by tho full
chorus of Kamohamoha and Ka
waiahao bcIiooIb, Mozart's "Glo
ria," was excollontly well rondored
nud chov.xd careful training.
Tho samo may bo said of the
piano solo by Miss Lena Bono
wnrno and tho piano duot by Miss
Violet Lima and Hattio Ayau.
Had tho selections givon boon of
a loss classical naturo they would
havo beon more acceptable, at
least to a largo majority of tho au
dience Mr. Wray Taylor showed his
own skill, as woll as tho morits of
tho instrument he was handling,
in his organ 6olo, for which ho
as loudly applauded nnd present
ed with a fine bouquet of flowers
from sonio appreciative admirer.
Tho,fonturo ot tho concort was,
Buporb rendition of Gounod's ''Ave
Maria" with violin obligato by
Willio Love, Miss Mnrgaiot Hop
pur nt the piano and Wray Taylor
at tho organ., In response to tho
loud aud continued applause and
tho numerous lloral offerings which
her singing brought forth Mrs.
Turner gavo a second number,
"Liatcuiug," which also brought
tortu nearty applause.
Miss Glymor's piant) solo was
beuutifully plnycd, but was sub
joct to tho same objoction above
notod of boing too classical for an
nvernge Honolulu nudionco, espe
cially whon composed of ns many
natives as woro present ou Satur
Tho Kamehameha Acmo Club
of rnalo voices without accompa
niment brought down the houso
with thoir fine singing of tho part
songs "Simple Simon" and "The
Monu" and had to respond to
Spaco will not permit of mon
tion of the othor numbers but
thoy woro till oxcellontly well
Tho concort as a wholo gavo
general satisfaction and tho pro
ceeds will undoubtedly nmotiut to
n considerable sum.
Uriilul'a IIoi-ho Shun.
Prof. Bristol's wonderful per
forming horses closed tho socoud
week of their vory successful on
gagoment in this city Saturday
night to a largo nud delighted
nudionco. This woek tho Profes
sor will givo,oxhibitions only 'on
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
evenings, and Thursday and Satur
day afternoons. Two of tho evening
performances will bo bonefits for
local organizations. These will
bo tbo last entertainments of
Bristol's amazing nnininl actors in
this country prior to thoir depar
ture ou tho Mariposa April 8 for
Austrnlm and a tour of tho world.
Tho ovoniug prices will romniu
tho .Bamo 25 and 60 conts, but nt
the matinees tho prices will bo:
adults, 25 conts nud childron 10
conts. A froo pony ride for all
small ohildron who attond the
matineo. Seats at Wall, Niohols
By tho stenmor Mioworn, tho
Criterion Saloon recoived a lnrgo
consignment of tho celebrated book
beer, browed by tho Seattle Brow -ing
nnd Malting Co. ' This is tho
first book to make its nppoaranco,
and is n sure indication of better
Thoro was tho usual largo
attendance at tho. baud concert nt
Makeo Island yostorday.
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