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ALLEN & ROBINSON,
A T KOHI0'S WII.IKF. DEU-KRHIN
;V I.I MHKK and all kinds of bCILblNtf MATERIALS
r is. Oils, fail, Ac. Jkc.
AGSXT fuK JCl'KjUi"
t' I. A MAM.
nj9) Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands. (79-
WING WO TAI & CO.,
Have Constantly on Hand.
At thrir Fireproof Scorr, npponite Mnastsao's, Nuoaoa strut,
.4 KI LL LINKOF
JAPAN and CIIHSTA TEAS,
Both II and Low Priced, accorJ ing to Quality.
ANal fill a-e-t. of Plartatlan Sipplles, all kinds.
AIay4nhanU a UKi;E STOCK Or' BICE,
th'j hring Af -ol !c three Untal:oo.
1 frw of lbw FANCY SILK T1KL0K SCKEE.S left
jI -St ly WISC WO TAI ic CO.
Gunsmith and Machinist!
No. 7 3 K.nj Btrl, Honolulu, n. I.
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND,
Aucl for Sale,
GlVi, BREECH k MIZZLE L(UIII.G;
or All KU4a. Matter.
10ft SPORTING PIUPOSKS.
All Kinds of Machinist Work
M A I) K AND
At TI3F.CTlOH OI'ARANTKID.
1 f r.lr from the Other Ilnd will UfrrX. with Prusipl
A tl rut-41. 30 3m
BOAIMISG IIOISE UESTAUHAM,
('mrr aaaM aaal Kins Sire!.
HOP YICK & CO., Proprietors,
ON THE EIOPEM PLAN !
21 Tickets Given for Amount of One
flrM-rU Board - - $5.00 Per Week
StftaiMla Beard - 1.00 "
f y The Tarli will always be suppli.-.! with the best the
Market affords, n 13 6m
"Big Collar "Harness Shop
C . HAMMER,
mi; ki( stkkkt
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER!
Fine Single & Double Baggy Harness,
. Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all sorts,
Riding Bridles, Saddles & Whips
Currycombs, Brushes. Saddle Cloths,
And ererj nerenrT f r stable ae at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
IT- kepairinc of every d--riin don in the bext possible
manner. ul the !- Bv:erial., l liw-t workux-n's rales.
All Work Gaaranteed or Exchanged
tar Look f'r thr " Ilirj lUtarf" a
EXTRA 50. I WHIM SALMOX !
Barrels and Half Barrels.
R SYLIS LOAV
13 TL UNS',
N.k M n.l 32 fort street. Honolulu.
CRl, Jr., PROPRIETOR,
X JO Xvinjr Street I
Iarlo p Sets
I I.cdrooiii Sets
?mi , Ivilclicn Safes,
. , e.. ke, e.
. :d;. .LFJNDS & STYLES
; 0 r. K r d. or Made to Order.
?l-A -Class (Worl I
i V PRICES.
e 30 6n
i . I WISHING TO II VK VIEW
v an oat dour ihotrraihv done can have
in First-Class Style,
th. arulrM.imeU. at 1 3 7 Fort street.
H, L. CBA8E.
;Htb,l'.J. ' J8
IIIGGIfJS & JESSETT,
N0S. 50 & 52 KING STREET,
IVOL'LI) INFORM TIII'.IR MtTi'nvu
W n l the xcoeral public, that they hae formed a. Co-
wn iuc prioK oi carry idj oa the baaiaess ol
A dJ hTe eogmred the errices of
FROM SAX FRANCISCO:
Tbare TbaraigLly icqaalated with all tlie
We are Prepared to Furnish
AND IT WILL HAY TO
GIVE XJS J CALL.
fjl 81 1 J)
A. W. PEIRCE 6l CO.,
NO. 40 (1CKKX ST., IIOXULl'I.U.
HAVE ON IIAISTID
TI1E LA RQET AND
MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
Ship & Naval Stores,
Other Goods in our Line I
To be found on the Pandwirh Island. AJJiiiona
We are Constantly Receiving
United States & Europe,
WHALING GEAR. ALL KINDS!
Whale Bol and Boat t-k.
Chain and Anchor, all sizes;
Hemp and Manilla Cordage,
Cotton ami Hemp I'uck and Twine.
Tar. I'itch and Turintine
Pperm Oil. Lard Oil,
Polar Uil, !rl t)il,
China Nut Oil,
I3rass ancl Galvanized
IVZarinc Hardware !
Iasrys Patent lg.
Charts, t'umar, 8extau:a, "
North Sl South 1'acitlc Direijlorios,
Marine, Ojiera and S'pjr titanses, etc. ,
Yellow Metal Sheathing & Nails !
HeW, Pork and MoUsjten,
Kice. Brans and ColTe.-, Ac, &c.
Hay, Bran & Oats,
Oronnd Barley, Qronnd Oats, etc.
B rind's Jt Plerte's Comb Cans k Bomb Lances.
Perrj Davis' rain killer, &r.
All of which will be sold at
LOWEST RATES !
BT A. W. I'EIKCK k CO.
COK H ROOMS. COCOAM'T BROCMS
J Hickory Brooms, Wharf Brooms, Kalian Yard H rooms,
ror iale by A. W. PKIRCK Ac CO.,
PAINTS & VARNISH.
.('K VARMSIl. BRIGHT VARMSII.
Damar Varuwb, Paints, all cokrs; Copper Paint.
r orfcaleby A. Yt . ftlriLK st lu.
ff.TllLINK BLOCKS, PATKNT BLOCKS,
oinoa BUwks. Ualsauized Iron Blocks, Heavy
P.,cha- Bcks. Wo, ,.1, by &
FOR SAI.E !
California Beef, California Pork,
By Late A rrif al. For Bale Low, by
aoyl'80 ly A. W. PEIRCE ic CO
L. V. HOPP,
XO. 18 KING STREET.
IVTcw Xiot of Coffins
Jl'ST RKCKITED PEft 3. A. FALKINBERG IN
Imitation of our Native Woods,
Which will be offered
Vt tlie Lowest Kates.
Funerals Promptly Attended to.
S3 Please sive m a eall aod you will be convinced of my
low tatea. d27 ly
PARISIAN AND AMERICAN
DRESS MAKING ROOMS,
Corner of Fort atxi Hotel Streets, np Stairs.
Mrw. Pssle Vssild Rrspecl fally Call the Al-
lratiai f Iasllra Ilrr Very
MEASURING AND CUTTING,
which cannot fan to fire the. necessary ease and
grace so essential in filling every fig-nre.
Special Attention will be given to
B0lRMC, WEDDIXG 1XD TKIVELI.VC SHTS.
XX Ladirs RUling Habits a Specially. Also, the Latest
Parisian. London and New York Fashions on View, for Ihe
Beneflt of patrons.
XT Orders horn lb. Other Islands will Receive Prom pi
I Attention. ae251r
We, KALAKAUA, by the Grace of
Goi ; of the Hawaiian Islands,
Agreeably to Article thirty-third of
the Constitution of Our Kingdom,
Wr-havc this day appointed, and do
hereby proclaim and make known
Our beloved Subject and Sister, Her'
Royal Highness the Princess LILIU
OKALANI as Regent of Our King
dom to administer Our Government
in Our Xame, during Our absence
from Our Kingdom.
Done at Iolani Palace, in Honolulu,
this 20th day of January, in
the year of Our LORD, One
Thousand Eiht Hundred
and Eighty-one; and in the
Seventh Year of Our Reign.
By the King:
W. L. Green,
Premier and Minister of
j22 Koreiirn Altai rs.
The )rocfediuX! 1" the case ol the King vs. Landesi hut,
tkk-n l fore Hi Honor the Chief Justice on the twtuty-
fii-vt titu of January, in loiiwqui iice of which the prison
er was t-uablcd to evade the iualty of his crime, were
tak. n wholly without the knowledge and consent of the
ttornf-y Onaral, ad intt-riui.
The Attorney '. nt ral, ad iutrrim. In-iieviug this pro
ceeding to W contrary to public policy, calculated to en
courage the couuuixniou of crime, to diHConrage Jurors in
the p rffrmalict of their duty to society and also those
r harced. with the apprehension of crimiuaU and the ad
iiiiuiBtratiou r justice, he therefore deems it proper to
fctate that thin is not to be conaidered a precedent to be
followed in the future.
H. A. T. C.VUTtK,
fr5. Attorney General; ad interim
It has pleasi-d His Majenty the King to make the fol
lowing aplKiintim nt.H to the Royal Order of Kalakaua :
Hi Excellency William Nkvins Armstbono, Grand
L'olom-1. the Honorable Chaeleb H. Jrrt, (promoted!
The Honorable Walteb Mukkat Gibson, Knight Com
Iolanl I'alace. January 19th, ISM. ja22 3t
It has pleased His Majexty the King to appoint Will
iam Neviim Armstrong ltoyal Commissioner of Immi
Iolani I'alace, Jauuaay 17th, 1881.
It has pleased His Majesty the King to appoint His
Excellency" II. A. P. Carter Attorney General, vice His
Excellency W. N. Armstrong, reargued.
Iolaui Palace, January 17th, ISM. ja22 3t
It has pleased His Majesty the King to apioint David
Leleo Kiuimaka, Major in Commandof the King's Guards,
Prince's Own Corps, Mamalahoa and the Leleiohoku
Iolani Palace, January lttth, ltojl. ja22 3t
Mr. J. II. Kanukui has this day been appointed an
Auent to take Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts for
the District of Waimea. Island of Kauai.
II. A. P. CARTER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 18th. 1881. ja22 3t.
William O. Smith, Esq., has this day been appointed
my Deputy to appear for me, and in my behalf, in all the
Courts of Record, and in all the Police and District
Courts of the Kingdom, and in all Civil and Criminal
Cases in which the Crown or Government may be a party
or te interested.
II. A. .P. CARTER,
Attorney General, ad interim.
Attorney General's Office, 1
Honolulu, January litu, litti.) jajzii
With the approval of His Majesty, I have authorize-
II. E. W hitney to transact all business connected with
the Office of Chamberlain.
C. II. J TDD,
ja22 H. M.'s Chamberlain.
During the absence from this Kingdom of Col. Chas.
II. J add. Mr. II. E. Whitney will collect all reuts for
Crow n Commission.
H. A. P. CARTER.)
J. S. WALKER, J Crown Commissioners.
ja22 CHAS. H.J I'DD, )
Mr. James X. Giltnau has been appointed this day an
Agent to take Acknowledgements to labor contracts for
the District of Koloa, Island of Kauai.
H. A. P. CAR'IER,
Interior Office, Minister of the Interior.
Jan. 12.1h.s0. Jan 22,3 t
Mr. II. K. I'nea has this day been appointed an Agent
to take Acknowledgements to labor contracts for the Dis
trict of Hilo. Island of Hawaii.
H. A. P. CARTER,
Interior Offie, Minister of the Interior.
Jan. 1", lse I. ja22 3t
Licenses Expiring in February, 1881.
It. .lies Jk Co. Queen street. Honolulu,
A Singer, corner Queen and Richards Streets,
H II f-pauhlint. Nuuauu Street.
Kwong Yat Lung Ac Co. Hotel Street,
M Davis. Xtmami Street,
C E Williams, fort Mreet.
Nee Hop At Sing Kee. Nuuauu Street,
ti Well. Eort Street,
John Ross, Wailuku,
Ako, W aikapu.
C.Aosee, W ailukii,
J Gmnwald. Uaua,
P Joaiuin, Ihaina.
Aswan. Kailua. North Kona,
W" P Akau. Laupahoehoe, Hilo,
Ah Qui. Hilo.
Ing Chung, Kapaia, Lihue.
Dillingham Co, Fort Street. Honolulu
T J Moasuian. corner of Kidg and Nuuanu Sts, "
M Phillip & Co, Kaahumauu t,
WHOLES ILE SPIRIT.
U Hackftld k Co. corner Queen k Fort BUi, Honolulu
Chut Chong k Amoe, Hotel St, Honolulu
Tarn Yon. Makawao. Maui,
Apoi. W'ahiawa. Koloa.
W 1' Akau, Lanpaboehoe, Hilo.
G W C Jones. Hawaii,
W C Borden, Hawaii.
John Fegoeirn. Honolulu,
Akau Bros, Hilo,
Thos Spencer, Jr. Hilo.
W Poe, Vaiana, Oahn,
H Waterhonse, Kona, Oahu.
Ah Koi, Honolulu.
Oh, Mrs. Fashionable, what a lovely Poplin Dress you
ti.v whr did vou get it At the New btore of A. M
M ELLIS, where you will find all the Latest Style and
Patterns of Dress uooos.
ja2 10 Fort Street.
If you want anv Real Valencinne Laces you will find
. . . . . . - . V .3 till . t' . . .
tneni 11 .a. ata.ua , i" tun omci. . ja-T
TO BE OR NOT TO BE is the question of the day. if
you want TO BE in Style you must get one of the Real
Maltese Lace Collars, at A. M ELLIS'. 104 Fort St. ja2.
9 Eire ootCe vill wt l reflpooibl for any dcbls
' M. T.kIONNELL.
Honolplu, Jn. 27tb,13il. j23t
WLereas it has come to the knowledge of the
Board of Health that jersons -sick with the
Small Pox have been secreted : All rersons are
reminded that this a violation of the Law. Al
are urged to make known any cases of FeTer and
other Illness, and arc again urged to be vaccin
II. A. P. CARTER,
President of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, lb. 4, 1881. fe 5 3t
Satcbdat, the 12th day of February, being the
Seventh Anniversary of the accession of His Majesty to
tne Throne, will be observed as a National Holiday, and
all the Government offices throughout the Kingdom will
be closed. H. A. P. CARTER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 27th, 1SS1. jan29 3t
Mr. Kealoha has this day been appointed an Agent of
the Office of the Registrar of Conveyances in the District
of Kawaihau, Island of Kauai, for taking and certifying
the acknowledgements to Instruments.
THOMAS BROWN, Registrar of Conveyances,
Registrar's Office, Jan. 20th, lt&l.
Approved : H. A. P. CARTER,
jan2J 3t. Minister of the Interior
Sale of Lease of Government Land
On Wedesday, March 2nd, 1SS1, at the front entrance of
Ali iolani Hale, at 12 o'clock noon, will be sold at Public
Auction, the Lease of that Tract of Land belonging to the
government and situatea in r aioio vaney.
TERMS : l'en Years Lease, L'set Price i"i5 per Annum,
semi-annually, in advance.
For further particulars, apply at this Office.
H. A. P. CARTER,
Minister of the Interior
Department of the Interior, 1
Honolulu. January 27th, 1881.)
Extract from the Civil Code Law
ing to Public Vaccination.
Section SOU. The Minister of the Interior shall ap
point, npou the recommendation of the Board of Health,
a suitable person to be vaccinating officer in each of the
guber natorial divisions of the kingdom, who shall re
ceive such salary, as may, from time to time, be appropri
ated by the Legislature, and shall be removable from
office at the pleasure of said Minister.
Section 310. Each vaccinating officer shall appoint, at
least, three convenient places it. each school district
throughout his division, for the performance of vac
cination ; and, from time to time, give public notice of
the time when he will attend at such places, to vaccinate
all persons not already successfully vaccinated who may
then and there appear ; and also of the time when he
will attend at such place to inspect the progress of such
vaccination in the persons so vaccinated.
Section 311. The father or mother of every child
shall, within six mouths after the birth of such child, or.
in the event of the death, illness, or absence of the father
or mother, then the guardian, nurse, or person having
charge of such child, shall, within six mouths after its
birth, or at the earliest opportunity after, take such child
to the vaccinating officer, for the purpose of being vac
cinated. Section 312. Upon the eighth day. following the day
on which any child has been vaccinated, the lather.
mother, guardian, or otlier person having cnarge ol said
oli lid, shall again take such child to the vaccinating
officer, that he may ascertain by inspection the result of
Section 313. If the vaccination is found to be success
ful, the officer shall deliver to the father, mother, or
other person having charge of the child, free of charge,
a certificate that the child has been successfully vac
cinated, and shall note the same in a book to be kept 'by
such officer for that purpose.
Section 314. On the presentation of any child to be
vaccinated, should the officer deem the child to be in an
uuht state to be vaccinated, he may postpone the opera
tion at his discretion, and give due notice to the parents,
or person having charge of such child, to reproduce the
same for vaccination at a future time. .
Section 313. The vaccinating officers shall visit the
several stations appointed by them, at least once in ev
ery six mouths, and ol'teuer. if required so to do by the
Minister of the Interior, or Hoard ot ueallft.
Section 316. Every parent, guardian, or other person
having the charge of any child, who shall refuse or neg
lect to comply with the provisions of the law respecting
vaccination, shall be subject to a hue of live dollars ;
one-half of which shall be paid to the informer.
Section 317. The several vaccinating officers shall
keep a faithful record of their transactions, and make an
annual report ot tne same to tne Minister oi tne interior.
H. A. P. CARTER,
. dll Minister of the Interior.
Bureau of Immigration Ordinance-
In pursuance of the provisions of an Act of the Legis
lative Assemblv, approved on the thirtieth day of De
cember, A. D. Isi4, entitled An Act to provide for the
importation of lalsircrs and for the encouragement of
immigration," and of an Act approved on the 23rd day of
June, A. D. lsi'., entitled " An Act to extend the powers
of the Bureau of Immigration.
Be it ordained by His Slajesty in Privy Council ou tne
recommendation of the Minister of the Interior, and the
Bureau of Immigration as follows: Whereas it is advis
able in order to protect the public from the Spread of
contagious diseases, that Immigrants arriving in this
Kingdom, should be subject to thorough inspection, and
Whereas it is advisable that a place should be provided
for them, where they can be protected from the opera
tions of designing persons and accommodated with suit
able food and lodging, until thev shall nave nad a rea
sonable time to secure suitable employment.
Therefore, be it ordained. First. On the arrival or
ans ship or vessel at any port of this Kingdom, having
fifty or more immigrants on board seeking employment
in this Kingdom, said immigrants shall not be landed
from any such ship or vessel until permission to do so
shall have been granted by the President, or by an Agent
of the Board of Immigration.
Second. When such permission is obtained tne com
manding officer of the vessel, bringing said immigrants,
shall cause them to be lauded at such place provided by
the Board of Immigration as may be indicated by the
Agent of the Board of Immigration as aforesaid.
Third. Any officer of any vessel bringing immigrants
as aforesaid, "who shall land or allow any such passen
gers or immigrants to be landed, and any person who
shall rid and abet in the landing of any such passengers
or immigrant without the permission and otherwise
than in the manner as in the two preceding articles pro
vided for, shall be lianle to pay a fine not exceeding tne
sum of One Thousand Dollars, on conviction before any
Police or District Magistrate.
Fourth. All immigrants lauded in the place aforesaid
shall be subject to the inspection of the Agent of the
Board of Health, and to such orders as the Board of
Health may make in the interests of the health of the
immigrants or that of the public.
Filth. Proper Interpreters and facilities shall be
afforded by the Board of Immigration to enable all such
immigrants to make emiaueineuts for their services, uu-
derstaudingly and fairly and authority is hereby given
to the Board of Immigration, to prevent an niuuiuunim
intrusion upon such immigrants and -to take such
measures as may be conducive to the comfort, personal
cleanliness and good order of such immigrants while
residing in the said place provided.
Sixth. On the enggemeut of any such immigrants to
labor made while at the place aforesaid, every employer
shall pay a fee of five dollars for each imiuigaut en
gaged by him. which shall be arplied by the Board of
Immigration towards the expenses of the maintenance of
the said place and of the immigrants therein.
Seventh. Immigrants not desiring to make engage
ments for labor shall before leaving the depot furnish to
the President of the Board of Immigration satisfactory
evidences, that they will not become vagrants or a
charge on the community for their support.
Eighth. This ordinance shall take effect on its publi
cation in one or more newspapers published in Honolulu.
Done at Iolani Palace, this 14th aay oi January, a. u.
By the King :
P. Cabteb, Minister of Interior.
No. 76 and 73 Hotel Streets,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by the Day, Week or Transient !
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water & otlier Iced Drinks.
MEALS SERVED IN FIRST CLASS STYLE
AT ALL HOURS.
HENRY J. HART,. (n6) ELLIS A. HART.
N EW STORE.
No. 71, NnuaDU Street, opposite McLean Bros.
XT Haa now open for public inspection a large stock of firit
first and Choice Goods, comprising s
Dry & Fancy Goods
Gentlemen or Children's Tse, English, French and
Chinese Silks of all Colors, Colored Sating,
Ladles' and Gentlemens' Tnderwear.
A splendid line of Bocks and Stockings, 8ilk, WoHeow, Cot
ton in all colors. Best Balbriggam for Ladies, Children a .
Bibnons, Cloves, Jewelry, Hate, Caps, Boots Jt Sh
XT First Class Gcods at eitremely low prices. i c a
UnuallT being aUJ-d to by every Steamer.
&6 Grlvo me . 0 1 "
oik mm PARLORS
S.4 TURD A Y, FEDR UAH V 5, 1S31.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
lr. StaDgenwalJ reports that on Sunday
last the Larometer on his premises stood at 29.408
inches, which ;s the lowest barometer record ever
We cull attention to the protest in our By
Authority " column of the Attorney General ad
interim, against the permitted evasion xf Landes-
Extra accommodations are being provided in
the shape of two new buildings on the Quarantine
grounds, for the receptions of persons afflicted or
contaminated with the small-pox. '
Holders of coupoos to the spec-' ) cash sale
of jewelry at Max Eckart's, are informed that the
goods will be ready for delivery this even:ng, at his
store. No. G Kaahunianu street.
ST By the courtesy of the President of the
Board of Health we are enabled to present in this
issue the health report of the Agent, Mr. J. II.
Brown, for the month ending January 31st, 1S81.
Fire Marshal Maguire has paid over to the
sick fund of the Honolulu Fire Department, $350
received as fines from those who have violated the
Fire regulations of the "city.
Of the six small pox cases now being treat
ed at the pest house on the reef, four are convales
cent. The other two are very bad cases of confluent
small pox, and the recoveiy of the patients is hardly
EST Te pruisf of Miss Eliza Long as an -Artist,
in the tuuke-up aud rendering of the blind orphan
in the romantic play of the Two Orphans,'.' was
very Avurni and enthusiastic on Thursday evening.
This lady takes all her parts well, and is a most
GET The Meifoo biings 79C Chinese immigrants
Of her passengers, 189 who have had small-pox
n Chin., have been sent to the Immigration Depot;
the others have been housed at the Quarantine Sta
tion on the reef. Sbe had six cases of small-pox on
Ml'sic. The Band will dIuv in Eluuij. Sauare
this afternoon, commencing at lour o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme :
March Queen Kapiolanl Berber
Prayer Moses in Egypt ..'7.""J."."!Ko8siui
neiecuun i ne i rouoauour Verdi
Waltz The Officers Coote
ynadrille The ltoyal Middy Ueuce
The next moonlight concerts will lake Dlace on-
rriuay, 1-ebruary lllh, and on Monday. February
1111. at kuima bquare.
The German Review of Berlin, publishes a report
of an interesting conversation which its correspond
ent at Rome had with the new Secretary of State to
Leo XIII. Speaking of the eccleciastical conflict in
Germany. Cardinal Jacobini, said: It is my con
viction that it belongs to the church alone to deter
mine the limits that separate her from the State."
As regards Italy, the Cardinal Secretary of State ex
pressed his firm hope" that the dismemberment of
the new kingdom would sooner or later restore the
atrimony of St. Peter to the Holy See " !
iT i. ne saie oi tanus Dciongmg to the Kanama
Estate on Monday last realized 23,959. The
former sale realized $17,390, giving a total of
841 349 as proceeds of the real estate sold up to
the present time. The Ahupuaa of Waipio on Ha
waii aud that of Alae on Maui are not yet sold, the
surveys not being completed. The partition of this
estate will be into nine shares, of which Mrs. Bishop
is entitled to two, and Her Royal Highness Rath
Keelikolani, Mrs. Napoleon, Kilinahe, Hanaliliko
laui, Kaana, Ila.'ililio, and 'aahao to one each An
account of this sale will be found in our commercial
The public service in any state ought to be
the most honorable," &c. Very true ; but. the
pnblic man in place must not be thin skinned. Par
tisan abuse hurts no man, tor nation. The soul that
is of a temper to govern mocks at calumny. Such
a one engaged in the work of the commonweal, can do
his duty and wnit. He needs not to be fed on public
" O, breath of public praise,
Short liv'd and vain I Oft gained without desert,
As often lost, unmerited; composed
lint of extremes: Thou first beginn'st with love
Enthusiastic, madness of affection ; then
(Bounding o'er moderation, aud o'er reason)
Thcu turn'st to hate, as causeless and as fierce."
The " Two Orphans,'' represented at ihe
Music Hall on Thursday night, drew a full house.
II. R. II. the Princess Regent, II. R. II. the Princess
Likelike, with a full representation of the diplomatic
coips, of Government officials, and of prominent
members of our society was there. And the per
formance was a great success. We will not detail
particular performances ; but say, that the raise en
ttene, gcueial make up, and representation of this
impressive melo-drama, or romantic play, by the
Wells company of artists, were admirable, and de-
igbted a highly appreciative audience. Owing to
he general praise uttered by the audience in the
vestibule on issuing, and elsewhere throughout town.
there will be a crowded hou-e to night to witness its
second representation. The "Aladdin" mat nee
to-day will draw a host of little folks, The scenic
effects are well calculated to please the juveniles ;
and as all t f them have read the Arabian Nights,
they will be delighted to see the stately Sultan, his
Jvizier, Aladdin, bis widowed mother, the Magician
Uncle, and the beautiful Princess Badoulbadcur.
Esr Mr. C. P. Ward's Artesian boring passed
through the following strata :
5 feet loom,
6 feet ot black sand,
4 feet of white sand,
ISO feet of hard coral,
4 inches of white clay,
15 feet of coral and shells,
9 feet of hard coral,
41 feet of yellow clay,
10 inches of hard coral,
109 feet of yellow clay,
3 feet of hard coral,
20 feet of soft coral,
57 feet of yellow clay,
25 feet of white clay, '
25 feet of yellow clay,
4 feet of quick-sand,
4 feet of lava,
18 inches of bard gray rock,
30 feet of black rock with three hard places aud plenty
iT Some very strange dLchxarcs have recently
been made by Professor H. T. Hind, of Windsor,
Nova Scotia, as to the manner in which the heavy
award against Ihe United States in settlement cf the
Fisheries question was obtained. Professor Hind p
cases the Agents of the Canadian Government of fal
sifying the trade statistic of Nova Scotia and Prince
Edward's Island for the purpcre of augmenting the
award. The Fisheries award was made Vetween
and four" years ago. three and involved the
."payment of $5,500,000 to Great Britain by
the United State? ' Profj'sor Ilind, who has
now addressed to Lord Lome, alleging
fraud on fa pr -t A ihe Canadian officials who pre
pared th Br5 ease for presentation to the Referee,
is bVo sif a f.'auvlian, and aigns himself" Compiler
of .r.V.;r-I lader to Documents, Halifax Com
mie '..." Unless . e ia absolutely a madman, be
enclosed one of the most extraordinary and
;.."' Trand , . er attempted by the representatives
:-f i . ' .'. d r.ii.ion. The matter is to be brought
i.-.o' t'-e lixi'eh Parliament this" month, when the
-i!s of this singular and foolish fraad wi'l no
i v"bt h aado public. '
if The CLiuamau who csjapcJ from the chain
Sang soir.e tvo months tit's:? nni forwhess rccsrture
a reward was offered, was caught yesterday sucming
by native rcsiJeuts at Kailua, Oahn, and returned to
ihe care of Ae police. There is yet another celestial
at Urpe, one who escape I about two werks since
from the gfinz of piiscncvs .'Tcycl about the
l' liace croud-Is
ST The Fire Marshal, Mr. Ma-uiie, was the olJ-
cst member cf the Department who turce 1 out at the
Parade on Thursday last. lie has leeu twenty-six
years a fireman in Honolulu. When he resigned the
Foremanship of Engine No. 2 in his appointment ns
Fire Marshal, he had held that honorable cfike no
less than fifteen years. Ills sphere cf usefulness 1 as
been enlarged, and he has not ucTecte-l the oppor
tunities which his new office affords him. He has
been doing good work in enforcing preventative
measures, especially in the crowded Chinese quarter
Honolulu Fire. Department Annual
The members of the Honolulu Fire Companies
turned out on Thursday for their annual parade and
festival. The procession was formed on the ground
in front cf Mechanic Engine House No. 2 in the
followina order : Pionecis, two from each conn any
with their axes ; the Royal Hawaiian Rand ; Chief
Engineer Geo. A-Lucas : l ust Awistart Engineer
Jno. Nott ; Second Assistant Engineer .lames Uoiid;
Fire Marshal McGuire ; No. 1 Engine Company.
C. " B. Wilson, iorriiiau, with their Meain
Fire Engine, mustering ') in all. Mechanic Engine
Company. No. 2, C. Lucas foreman, l uicu with
hand Engine, followed by a troop of 18 3'ouihful
volunteers; No. 4, Hawaiian Engine Compiny.J.
W. Royd foreman, -10 in all with hand Engine ;
Pacific Hose Company, No. 4,. I. Eryson foreman.
12 in all, with hose reel, etc.: llock aud Ladder
Company No. 1, G. Ilanghtailing foreman, '.al in all.
with apparatus ; China Company, No. 0, steam rite
Engine. J.he whole toice turned out lu u:st class
style, rendering the procession a very pleasing
spectacle. After marching through ' the principal
streets of the town, taking their usual route, the
Companies came to a halt in front of the new Hall
of No. 1 Company iu King street. Here the new
building was toasted by the whole Department, aud
three cheers for the Company and its officers were
given. Jtrom lucre tlie procession moved .to tlie old
Hall of the No. 1 Compauj', which was formally
handed over to the China Dcmpany No. 5, and
their Engine duly housed the- c with all houors.
The Companies then separated, each retiring to its
own hall, to follow the more arduous part of the
day's display, by demolishing sundry displays of
good things suited to the festive oc.s;uu. ihe usual
loyal and departmental toasts were enthusiastically
drunk, numerous speeches were made, and songs
given, aud the afternoon was spent iu a very enjoy
The Chief and Assistant Engineers, visited the
various Halls during the afternoon, and wer-i every
whereenthusiastically received and entertained. Nota
bleamongtheentertainmcntsof theatternoon was that
given by Mechanic Engine Company No. 2, who, as
on so many occasions most creditably to themslves
and right royally received tin 1 entertained the Chief
Officers of the Department and the public generally.
One feature of the day was the installation of the
Chinese Engine Company, No. 5. in their ueff pre
mises which were just vacated by No. 1 Company
premises now time-honored in their connection
with the record of that Company. Another and
very pleasing feature to those who had the fortune
to join in it, was t.e "house-warming" at the new
Hall of Engine Company, No. 1. This, erected by
the aid of funds generously voted for the purpose by
the Legislature, stands near the corner of Richard
and King streets. The Company made this the
occasiou for housing their engine in the new premises
and gave their houscwarming in good style, enter
taining not only their lellcv; niemters ot the Fire
Department, but their wives aud daughtcs. Every
thing was done in first rate, though quiet style show
ing that this Company does not intend to allow any
other to take from it the premier position which it
Recent Hotel Arrivals.
C. E. Stackpole, Hawaii; Carl Mohr. Vienna II.
P. Faye, Mau;; W. II. Sbipman, Hilo; Wra. Kinney,
Hilo, T. A. Staine, Kohala. 11. 11. Hind and wife,
Kohala, Chas. V. Ilousmati. llamakua. W. II.
Connell, Waikapa, John Rots, Makaha, S. P. Spitz
Saq Francisco, T. L. Norton, Norwich. Wui. M.
Barber. Philadelphia, K. M. Elaki-tou. Philadelphia
B. Heymanson. San Francisco, Jas. Reynolds and
wife. San Francisco, Rjl i Hebron, Sin Francisco,
E. W. Donncll, Florida. J. T. Suow, Providence, 11
I. ; A. G. Coflin, New York; J. T. Peniiypacktr.
Philadelphia; R. II Fowler, Engl an I; E. Dowie and
wife, Scotland; Authur Lyon, Lnlind; U. W. lut-
tle. San Francisco; J;io. O. M.jore, Sin Francisco;
S. N. Emersou; D. Tooney. Kaalaea; G. T. Tickell,
England; W. Forsyth Grant.
II. Corn well. Maui; Siinuel Parker, Miui; II N. .
Greenwell, Hawaii; J. G. Tucker, Hawaii; J.L
Richardson, Waianae; F. Fiegler, Hawaii; Earncfct
We are not rf'FX'onsible for opinions cxi rc ss -d by cer.
respondents, (inr columns bring ( pen to ell for the dis
cussion of public nfi'iiin.-" f rom -i v ry point of view.
Correspondents will plense observe (l.nt lill letters
must be authenticated by tlie i;:mi s f the wribrs, not
necessarily for xublicalIo'i, but stM a ilaarantec of j.'ooil
To (lie Editor of lh: Va c C nuia i i Alu i i.sr-r.
Sir Your p:p r of ti e liJnd inst. contains a
leader upon thc.sutgoct cf vaccination, urging upon
perants especially, the nee .sity of prompt conformity
with the law in protecting their children against
one of the moil horrible and most '"fectious of
In your solicitude to s c reduced to a minimum the
danger of infection from small pes. I entirely concur;
but differ entirely with you in your alvoc:oy of
compulsory vaccination, considering the authorita
tive admissions wbiih have been made regarding tb;
probability of leprosy having heretofore b en large'y
d'isseminat. J by the practice. From person. 1 obser
vation, and frcm what has been sail by medical pract i
doners. I am ' led to infer that vaccination, as
practised in the past, ha-: been almost as effective in
oping the one as it has been in securing itnmuu -
y from the other. And, has not the long delated en
forcement of the law b en dependent ujou a
conviction sojuewhat akin to this? If not, or upou
some objecttion almost equally grave, the authoriti -
have been long and most notoriously derelict. ;n the
performance of a sb'.emn duty.
The supposrd discovery of vaccin syphilis in a few
individuals not many years back ,et half England
against vaccination. Though the danger however
was repr "ented by the most v p ctable medical
ournals as but infinitesual, and while they en
deavored strennously to prevent unn'cessary
obloquy being thrown upon the practice of vaccin
ation, their was no talk of the nec sity of straining
the law, and riding rough shod over the popular
prejudice, but, the danger was admitted, as was
aLo the right of the public to demand protection
from it ; and the question was asked, not what step3
the Government intended taking in the way of
coercion, but, " what steps tic Government intended
to take to provide that the population shall not plead
danger as n bar to vaccination of their children.'
If a few ca. - of syphilitic ini oculation among so
dense a popula ion could give rise to so marked feel
ing of unca, have the p ople here, considering the
history of the past, then, no cause to plead urnger as
an excu.e for nonconformity with the law ? Aud if
they have, by what principle of justice can the
thoriti.-: uphold are.m to coercion to mer-ure
which will bring the informer's hateful oLice into
play"? Public danger ? a pi; in favor of com
pulsion is but a hollow sound, when the authoriti.
can Eet aside such considerations at the conven
Want of ski1' on J lack of appn-siition of the
responsibilities cf their offices by some public vac
cinators of the past, have led many to look with.
euspiciou upon promi.suo' - vaccination, and have
no small influence in determining the report of a
large proportion of the foreign' portion of the com
inanity to private j roctitioneis to receive the
required infection. And it v.'dl take time, and a
more intelligent at d conscientious selection of vacci
.aVr; ihan that w' ich once mw no objection to
entrusting such offices to horse doctors, and the like,
to restore confi luicc to the public mind in the mcttcr
of by authority " vaccination.
In conclusion I would say, that after the way that
quarantine has lately been managed, nd consider
ing the precautious u?ed to prevent the introductiiB
of small pox. it would scarcity bo becoming In the
authorities to use any very rough measures with in
dividuals, if they thould in eomo iefctancea seem a
little negligent iu their attention to precautionary
measur . K'tuaaisa.
Dock or Slip.
To the Eddor tj the Tucific Commercial AJitrt'utr
Sir: What is everybody's lusiue68 it nol Jy'u
busiti ss. Why send to the United States or En ,au i
for what can be constructed' here? I mean w d. .
dry docks that can be constructed here, which . .
give our mechanics employment; besidea it
have this advatitnee that you could take in, i .
large enough for the whole, nt least Olio-half Oi
mail bteamers in case of a break down of the I.
which a slip would be unable to do wit
discharging cargo Furthermore, the vessel n it
be afloat and would not have to discharge an,, i '
her coals or cargo.
Small-Pix is an infectious fever, and is all
produced from another case. A countryman I
c 1 into :v w.ioi) that was going through the vil
with some ehil lien in it sick with the mall-
the man was taken sick with the came disease.
the penitentiary at Ningard, Prussia, 14 per
were attacked with tuiall-pox. They were coml ie.
and spiuning hemp that came from Orel, ft dep rt.
ment in Russia that has been frequently devasti tel
with small pox.
It has been shown to have existed eleven hundred
years before the commencement of the present era in
China, aud that it gradually spread from China to
India, and that after fifiecn hundred year it pe
trated into Arabia. It spread through Arabia, and
was carried by the Moors into Spain, and so gradu
ally over Europe, and became a common disease.
It takes about twelve days from the exposure to ft
case of small-pox fur the fever to show itself, and
fourteen days to the appearance of the eruption. In
this as in many other cases, to prevent is better than
to cure It is foolish to buy the " medicinea" aolJ
to prevent it. Vucciuation is the only thing known
to beof any use in preventingor modifying the disease.
There is a prejudice against vaccination founded on
a belief that some diseases are inoculated by it
That may all be avoided by using only bovine virus.
Cool weather is the best time for vaccination. If it
fails at the first time, it should be done again. A
failure ou the first or second attempt is not ft proof
that the pet son cannot take small-pox. The follow
ing figures collected l y Mr. Martton during thirty
years' experience in the Londou Small-Pox Hospital
will show that if a person who has once had small
pox contracts the disease ugaiii, he is much more
liable to die than one who hns been vaccinated, even
though but once. Also, that it is better to be re
vacciuated nt comparatively frequent intervals.
Classification of Patients tected with
.Vo. of drath$ ter cmt.
1 riiVHCcindtcil 35
I Situtnl to liuve been vaccinated, but having no
3 Vitrei tinted, mid having one cicatrix M 7.7.1 ,
ilaviiiL' two cicatrices
lluvint: three cicutrices
Having four cicntrices
llnvin;; previously had mnall-pox
Jancauv Skshio.v, 1881.
Eefori- His Honor tin Chief Justice-, Chas. C.
Harris and Associate Justices A. 1". Judd
and -. McCully.
Fiiimv. Jam'.uiy I'S'li. II. A. I. Carter Mluir-
tci f i he Intel i,, i vs V. C. l'aike, Administrator
of tin' Estate ol Chas. ICaiiuina. cleci'used. Ex
ceptions to tin- rii.ii)! of tin- Chifl Jumice. Mr.
.!). Sim h, Driiutv Atioriii'V General upiieind
Inr the t.'niHii in iioi t of the exceptions, aid
Mr. Ilntuell lor the defendant. Tin; mat tor w us
uiied and the Court took it tinder advisement.
promising to deliver judgment during the Taci:-
Defore His II .i .i the Chi f Justice.
S.vn niiAV, Jam'.uiy 2!Mi. Ivuiiwuli (w) vs K'hbl
(U). The Court direeieil ihe Marshal to inula
i i:q ii, ies us to the d fei.dant's tnatiHcr of livii g
unu to report.
The Court then .nljoiirtic 1 ti ic dir.
Is 1 I I- ClIAMIIKI S.
Refute Vice Chancellor Judd.
I'Riiiav. JANinv II. P. Ad ami tind C II.
H i. tow petitioners. V. C. I'm he respondent. This
wan a petition piuvioi.' the Court to grant an in
junction to l estiain V . ( . Turku (rein acting an an
auctioneer m ihe sale of it ii v land belonging to
the estate ol (Jinnies Kmiuiua, defeased.. Mr. S. It.
Dole appeared for t'ie petitioners find Mr. K. Pres
ton for Marshal 1'uike. The respondent relied on
mi order made by the Court of Probate, inslrucl-
ing him to sell the leal estate of tho late Chares
Kariaina. and to divide Ihe proceeds aiming tho
lo irs lo th'- est ite, ;ni 1 tejeired to Section K.'j'2 and
the (I'Jthjtud loll., a in- sei.iions o the Civil Code,
in support oi hi t'yht to sell. On
Mokiiav, Jam akv 3.1.1. The Chancellor delivered
his jiiiliMiiein i:t I iv. r of respondent, as nporttd
in full on the fouiih p.ie ol this issue.
Health Department, Honolulu, H. I.
MoilTl'AHY ItM'liliT FOR Januauy lHWl.
Tlie tot.il imi.ibi r of death reported for the mouth of
Jitniiiiry, was 40, .hsiriliiited as follows:
I n.ler 1 year C from .V) to 40 IU
I roiu 1 to S 0 I'roiu 40 to 50 7
From fi to JO 1 From 60 to M S
From 10 to at a From (At to 70
Froin iiO to :i' 4 Over 70 3
IH Females 22
2s(ieriniiii ................. 1
SO 11 til IbltH....
7 United (States America... S
Cacsk of Death.
fi Heart Disease ,
4; Old Akc
1 j I'aralvxis
'M l nki.own
Comparative Monthly Mortality
January, 1877, deaths.. .. 40 1. January, JmhO, deaths 80
January, js.h, ueatbM. .. ..V'. January, ll, deaths
Jauuarv, l:.;.i, 1( ntlis 74
Jno. II. linowN, Agent Board of Health
Smokers ! Attention I
The un lerjit'ne has received a connignment of
CHOICE HAVANA CIGARS.
for sslu la quantities to toll purchasers.
X. Ii- Til ESK CIGARS arc Havana
alirrrf, nntl n rf (tiisrs nlrnl cr nuiar. 1'nrbetl
in boxes of 25, iO iu.l lOU nicb-
.A.. W. Bush.
Feb. 5ih 3 t.
1TE11TI01L HOTEL I
C0IJCHEE & ACHAT, PROPMETORS,
5iO. 81, IIOTKL STREET, HONOLULU.
- Coolest, mid
. Best IXcpt
1IV THE CITY
Meals served at all Hours and no Pains
nor Expense Spared to Keep the Table
Supplied with the Pest the Market
Table Board $4 to $5 por Week.
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