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"" "" By E. P. ADAMS.
Hay at Auction
SATURDAY, :::: FEB. 25th,
At I? o'clock neon .it Sales Room,
100 BALES CALIFORNIA HAY
IN PRIME ORDER,
Just Landed, ex Selir. Anna, rrom
1'. I. AlitMN. Aur'ir.
GUARDIAN'S SALE0F REAL ESTATE.
V4LUHBLE PIECE OF RICE LtHO AT WAIAHOLE,
Tr O Xj -A- XT.
nrriTK or AX ouwi.it V
:- 1-VI.B crnti uv '",', ,.7ob.lc. on the
Ihf HI IBB .tUUirun- v "?", , . . i - ,tt (if It 4111-
Ig'ued'wlTl sell al Piddle Amtt.nl
if l sniiiiiiii in ii
On Sntttrtlny, February
riV Ki'lrti. T37J. lo l.npoepoe, containing u
srr ufl -lt" aerr. . . . , ,, ncnl- 0f n,c
Th Terms ate
(a mi, nnu mwv - - - --
H. 1 ADAMS, Atict'r
Closing Out !
et AXi 33.
lly order ot S. MONIS.Ks...I l '' ,l raWe
iiy Dtur. Auelon at ,y solos Room.
ON WEDNESDAY, MAR. I
at 10 . m . TIIK KNTIRE llALANl E Of
Large Retail Stock !
FANCY DRY GOODS,
SILKS AND SATINS,
Black &Col'rd Velvets
Line She-ting. Linen 1"kC,,l'rra ,,im"k'-
I,lles"and Children's Ilrec. Embroidery,
dl"'"nd Children's Hat". Hosiery,
Shoes and Slipper.
Outs', Toutlih' and Hoys' Clothing,
I-lnc White Hhlrts. Woolen Shirts, Hoots Shoe,,
A Desirable Lot of JEWELRY !
SH.VKlt 1'LaTEIf knives, voiiks
Positive Sale. No Reserve on Anything.
K. I. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
REGULAR CASH SALE
ON FRIDAY, MARCH. 3d,
At IO A. J!., nt Hnlrn Itixiiii.
AS ASSORTMENT OF
Dry Goods, Clothing,
AND NEW CROCERIES !
Hag. So. t Brown Sugar. lUgs I'0':"n'v!i"1:.Co;r.1t
Cs. soda Crackers, C. Australian Butter, Sks. Uatcs
E. P. ADAMS. Auc'tr.
Block, Fort St.
and wo Cordially Invito tlio Public of
Honolulu to Gull and Kx.m-
. . A. TD SL VE &,
wallsn Agricultural Cumpany. held al Honolulu
Jannafy IVih.llao follolus vW. wto elected
for the eusulns year.
lion. O. It. Bishop vi1,- i.lleut
Hon. II. A. I'. Camr UeV.JT
Mr. l'.O. Joue. Jr, , """T,"i,iri'
Mr.Jos.O Carter... .... "'V''
Mr. U. F. Ulllli)baui, Auditor.
J. O. CARTER,,, , .
8VJ 7J 4t titliy. II. A. t-Q"
UIVBR SALMON, IN
barrels and half Minis
Vvt saU bj
DOLLES A I'D
A.J V zs-Ti" ji
OFFER FOR SALE
THE O . F G-
"Dukc of Abcrcorn"
NOW I1EISO LANDED IS
SPLENDID COND'.TION !
After a rapid passage, and from other recent
shipments, the following
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING
Prints of latest slylea, fast color;
III no Detritus, Wltllu (. rotlnn Sheeting,
llurmck'ss l.oiijr Clolhs.Utow tt Linen Drills
1'tiro Linens, Moleskins,
llltlu ami White Check Lislntlos,
l'titisy Dress Goods, Fancy Plaids,
ICitHsin Crush, Scarfs, Tits, Cravats,
Cioclicla mill l'ancy Work,
Toweling and TowIh,
JIcii'h Whilo and Ilruwn Cotton Half-lioc,
I. aides' Hose, Jlcii's Hondy -M.iile Clutliing-,
India Ktibhvr Coats, CaptM and Lcxgilign,
ltenltu and S'ooltIl Shirtu,
llluu and (!rcy ilurso lilunUots,
Whilu Colton llhinkolH,
Woolen HlankcU, all colors Bizca and
Woolen and Canton Flannels,
Velvet ittiil T.ipestry Carpeting!!,
Velvet and Tapestry llugi, Carpets and
Sugar Bags 20x36, Coal Bags
Rice Bags, Prime Quality,
Heavy and Light Jlurlaps and Twine,
A full assortment of
Also a few very nico
Saddle clothi, bridles &o.
Iu 6, 7, asndltft IcnRllis (21 c"Ke), Screw
and V'u;her to lnutcli.
Fence Wire, Nos. 5, 0, 7, and Staples,
UMIU HI WITH fffl FLffl
Bolts and plke complete.
Fire llricks, Portlnnd Cement,
Flrc-Clay, Uliitlng, Chalk,
ENGLISH, HAWAIIAN & AMERICAN
3, 0 and 7 yard lengths.
Liverpool Salt & Rock Salt,
Demijoim 1, 2, 3, 1 tnd fi gallons each.
Galvanized lluekcls, Tubs, Basins Sin,
Crockery, Iron Bedsteads,
ZINCS. PAINTS AND BOILED OII.S,
WorccatcrBhiro Sauces, Groceries,
English Leather Belting, from 3 to 10 in,
Topsail Sheet Chains, "Admiralty Test,"
WINES AND LIQUORS,
" Pig Brand" Stout, in pints and quarts;
Blood & Wolfe's Ale, pints and quarts;
Bass' Alo in quarts and pints,
India Palo Ales in quarts and pints,
Belfast Ginger Ale,
Finn French Brandies in bulk and cases,
Hcniies'jv's Brandy in cases &
Old Tom, Chuap Brandy in cases,
Cases Scotch and Irish Whiskies,
Duplessis " Bed Bar " and oilier fitio
clarets in ca6es,
Best Shorry in bulk and cases,
Cliampagno in quarts and pints.
Powell Duffryn Steam Coal
It. UAVIES A CO.
Little's non-poisonous, and
, ryt T
DlSllUCCtailt aiUl fcllCCp Ul).
AS A DISINFECTANT
and dcoderUer for boushbold and hospital use this
urtliprrliaMtln". '' " ,,", Kvwi tu""" "' f",b
nllc acid, wlihoui II. dl.adijniages, Uing nonpolson.
o . and ..f lik-want odour. A. an -iiU-.tpt c.
lusettli-ldo, and loilnu for wouuds c, la all animals.
H will Iw found must mcatluus.
AS A SHEEP DIP
for dipping or hand drcsilug as a remedy for scab or
blow" By. It Is especially valuable, and 1 largely n.ed in
Callforula, tho Auslr llau Colonies and soulh Aluer-
llisloat nf checking It promotes the growth of
wool, and adds to the appearance and quality of the.
B")"crlpllv circulars and directions fcr use will be
furnished on application to
Thoo. H. Davics Co.
75 831 .
OR WINE OF HEALTH.
AN .ERATH" 'lSf.AIA'4IUUiaO DINNER
' bevcrsjc, pleaslug In taste,
A V1LUABLE ANTIDOTE FOR SEASICKNESS!
Wo ba Jut received a small parcel of ifcla esteemed
and veil kuuwu bveiage,wblcli wo offer In quantities
TIIEO. II. DAVIKUJtCO.
nilK UXDKItSlGXED IIAVliM
k made certain Impioicuiculs IB l arraurriuvi
.t ri,n.i,iiriion at lae. aud Air soacca for Steal
miinn n nun.
I II II II llll I' I A 11' 1,11
I I II'1 U I III 1
llolliii which cltrcia considerable saving olVosll
mix o .-mm., an o.k ;'LIU ,os.
AddrciE Oiuir, 117 (Jutcu St. "
For San Francisco.
The Krorlte l'nckct IlatVentlne
it -w-i w vk w m. 4
SaSK l-KSHALLOW, JU.ter,
Will have Quick Dispatch for nbovc Port.
For freight or paac;e sppljr to
W. 77 It IIAt KFKI.lt A t'O.. Agent.
I.Vt I )
Tim HAWAIIAN IIAUK
Will have quick dispatch for the above port.
I'or freight or pssc, apply to
77 ICt I'.A hCIIAEPF.HACO.
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT
The Al Anrrlesn Itftrk iC.
j--m-y Tuznor, SEZa
si:wni.i.. t tsTKit,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above port.
For Freight and Fantsgu Apple to,
77 87.1 11 IIACKKKUI tCoi;inl,
FOR NEW YORK DIRECT
The At ilermau Hark
load for New York with Dispatch,
to follow tho Amy Turner.
For freight and parage, apply lo
Mil 77 II IIAOIJFKI.D A CO.. AceilK.
J'U 11 S A NFR A N CJ SCO.
The Fine New Clipper llrlganllne
J& Win. G. X Avin jg
Will have Quick Dispatch for above port.
For Freight or I
'UMftKC, apply lo
WM (1 IllWIN.tCV, Aeentd.
FUR SAN FJIANGISUO
The Fine American lit If?
-2crfsaa. iiowk, ma!ti:k,
WillhaveQnickDispatch for thcalove Port
l'nr Freight or pasfne, apply to
BW U. 1IUKWEH .t Co , Agcntn.
FOll SAN FRANCISCO.
THE FAST3AIMNO I1AIIKK.VTINK
.Jane A. Falkinburc
'. y?5t. FOIIUES, Maslor,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the abovePort
For Frelqht or pan.ai', apply tu
S'.U I'Ahri.E & COOKE. Agent.
FOlt SAN FRANCISCO.
. THE A 1 HAWAIIAN
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
For freight or panuo apply to
B9I W. O. IllWIN 10, Asents.
For ban Francisco.
Tito Amcrlcnn Itnrk
Will have quick dispitch for above port.
For Fri.'l'?ht or Fj.aire. amilv to
ftiJ 71 UAhl'I.E .V COOKE,
FOlt SAN FRANCISCO.
THE AMEltlCAN BAIIK
& AI65 VI2Ii:i, s
Will have quick dispatch for above port.
For freight or passage, apply to
bf) 75 CASTLE i COOKE. Agcntr-.
TCiavcoe; TuaiT tj
Steamer Llkelike will leave Honolulu each Tuesday
ai4r. ., tniuhingat Lahama, Mnsljra Hoy, Makeua,
Mahukona, Kawaiiiuc. l,m;pahnetioo and liilo.
Upturning will touch at all the uboc ports, arriving
at Honolulu eath Sunday a. x.
eer Jfo Credit for l'aaee 3Iniioj-. -rfa
We poiltlvely refuse to open accounts for Passages,
and we particularly call tho attention of the traveling
pnlillc totheiiPteisity or baling Ugga?e and Freight
plainly m irked; tho steamer will uot bo responsible
for any unmarked Haggage, or for l-'rclijht or i'arcels,
unless Uc-4plitett iui.
Freight lloaoy Sao on Domand.
In all cas's of fn-lght for panics not responMble, or
unknown, the freight money will be required In adiunce
I"AC'llA;i-S of I.MlCOltS ami IM Ml.H
UK ri.Al.NI.Y maiiki:i
For the party w horn they are for, or plainly stated In the
receipt lo whom they art consigned.
All demands for damage or lots must be made within
In no way liable for loss or accident to live stock.
t" Hack Drlicr. Hoys, and snch like, will not be
alluwed on board the steamer on arrival, until after the
passengers hare bent landed.
tSO WILDER A CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE Nn-KXIUn NTKAnttUll
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday March 13.
TOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
tiik Nri.KNnin ntkajihiiip
CITY of NEW YORK
On or about Saturday, Maroli 19,
for Freicbt ana fssaie, appiy in
r&jan, II. IIACUr-KI.il A CO., Aleuts.
OuuiU lor Nliliitiriil r Nlcniiirr ran siaw
be Morril, t'rer l 4 linriio. lis Hie rire-irol
Wisrsilioimr iirwr lie M.Blin-r Wlmrf.
A. FKANK COOKIE,
AdENTVORTIIK FOL1.0WINO COAbTHUSi
Wnilelo, I ft Malolo
Wnloll. ( JuU
Wiilohn, 4gljn Walmalu,
Gnu. g'"r1 Tqfaia? ,1'""-
I'L (l R5d with While Hall. Office -Comer of Quect.
bi and Nnuaiiu Streets. I
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A t Clipper Schooner,
&kiM A J..OJLO,
Will sail from Honolulu io liilo direct, and will call at
lulf riiioJUtu Foils on the return trip.
For I'riltnt or Passage, apply lo the Captain on board,
t sou or A. f RANK COUKK. Agent.
a BREWER & COS
BOSTON LINJLOF PACKETS
TIIKbk "MARTHA UAVIS." WII.I. Ill:
dispatched frum llo.ioa for Honolulu on or
1 5th Day of May next.
Persons wishing tu order goods .hipped by this vessel
shonld mall ordcra on or befora March Mill. For
fuithetparilculat. apply to ,,,..,,..,.
M7 71 3m O. HKEYl Kit & CO
PLANTERS' LUiE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
iK O. Browor it Co. -Agents. XU
SA? Merchandise rcc.llrd Mtorase Ir-..J1S
aud liberal cash advances mad J on shipments by this
u. Tt.' ly C. UliEWER A CO.
Engine For Sale.
1 'K1V iJO.nOHSK POWER KX
1(1 INK, Is perfect order. For Sale by
W tf ' ti BREWER CO.
It ha pleaied IIU -Majoty the King lo appoint Her
HlghncM KtrootnKV. Hon J A. Xaimkc and.Mitt
KAiit'.tAAioLE members of the ' Hoard of (Irnealogy of
lolanl Palace, Honoliiln, Feb. Ith.lW. 77 3-t
Mn. W. r. Moaant.1 haathUday been appointed an
Aeni to crant Marriage I.lcenael for the Dlitrlct of
Jlakawao, I.land of Maul. W N. AHMSTItONd.
Mlnnliter of Interior, flf tnttrlm,
Interior Offlce, Feb irith. l".'. 7S-3t
Notice la hereby glnen that, npon the reeomrnenda
lien nf the Hoard of Health, Dr. Oto. I,. Frrcti ha Ihlf
day been appointed Vaccinating OfllcerfortheIlndof
Oahn. N. AH.MSTItO.Ntl,
Minister of Interior, ml Inlirtm.
Interior Office, Feb !!llh. 1"1. 78 S'JI St
Notice of ttieBonrtlorllrnlth In Regiml to
In accordance with the law it'lrll Code, Sec. 30J to
Sec. 317) I hereby notify all pirent reildlng within the
Dltlrlct from .Maaiialna to Moaualua who ha, e vaccin
ated children to brine to the Dlpenary of the Hoard
of Health on Maunakca Street fur tho purpone of re
celvInKcratullloua racclnallon. Unmeditated adulu
are aluo notllleil lo como lo the abote luenlloned
placo for the tame pnrpoie. The Vaccinating Ofilccra
lll be In attendance each day (excepting Sunday and
Monday) between the houra of 'J anil 13 o'clock.
(1. L. FITCH, M. D.,
" Ml 3t Vaccinating Officer.
Extrnct from Civil Coilo. -Law Relntinp; to
Section 3W. The 3tlnltter of the Interior shall ap
point, upon the recommendation of the Hoard of Health,
a tiiitablc person lo be racclnatlr.g officer In each of
the gubernatorial dlvldona nf the Kldgdom, who shall
rcecitc such salary, as may. from time to time, bo ap
propriated by tho Legislature, and shall be removable
from office at tho pleasure of said -Minister.
Section SIU. Eath vaccinating officer shall appoint,
at least, three convenient placea In each school district
throughout his division, for the performance of vaccin
ation; and. from time to time, give public notice of the
time when he will attend at eilcli places, to vaccinate
all persons not already successfully tacclnated who
may tlicn and there appear! and also of the time when
he will attend at such place, to Inspect the progress cf
lucli vaccination In the persons so tacclnated.
section 311. Tho father or mother of every child
shall, within six months after the blith of such child,
or, in the event of the death, lllne, or absence of the
fathi-r or mother, then the guardian, nurse, or person
halng charge of such child, shall, within six months
after Its birth, or ut the earliest opportunity after, take
such child to the vaccinating officer, for the purpose of
Section 313. Upon the eighth day, following theday
ou which any child has been vaccinated, tho father,
mother, guardian, or other person having chargcof said
child, sh ill again take such child to the vaccinating
officer, that he mayasccrtaln by Inspection the result of
bccllonSIl If the vaccination Is found to bo suc
cessful, the officer shall dlher to the father, mother,
or other person halng charge of the child, free of
charge, a certificate that the child has been successfully
acclnated. and shall note the same in a book to be
kept by such officer for that purpose.
s'ection.lll. On the presentation of any child lobe
vaccinated, should the officer deem the child to be In
an unfit state to be vuecinated, he may postpone the
operation at his dlcreti(.n,aud glTe due notice to the
parent, or person having charge of snch child, to
reproduce the same for vaccination at a future time.
Section 310. The vaccinating officers shall visit the
several stations appointed by them, at least once In
every six months, and oftener, if required so to do by
Fac Minister of the Interior, or Hoard of Health.
Section 311. Every parent, guardian, or other person
having the charge of any child, who shall refuse or
neglect tocomply with the provisions of the law re
specting accination, shall be subject to a fine of Ave
dollars; one-half of whiclishalt bo paid to thclnformcr.
Section 317. The several vaccinating officer shall
keep a faithful record of their transactions, and make
an annual report of the same to the Minister of the
Interior. W. N. AKMSTHONO,
73 3t 894 3t Minister of Interior, ad Interim.
In accordance with the provisions of Section 232 of
the Civil Code. I haie appointed I'. Nambkeua, ai
Found Master for Ihcaboie nanud Found, in the Dis
trict of liana, Island of Maui.
. JNO. O. DOMINIS, (iovernpr of Maul.
Offlce, Governor of Maul, Fob, ph. 1M. f 77
Salo of Government Laac.
On Wednesday, March ttth, l&sl, at front entrance of
Alliolsni Hale, at 12 o'clock noon will be sold al Pub
lic Auction, that piece of land belonging to the
Hawaiian Guiernment situated In KKO.MU'A.NKK.
liAI.IHI, and containing an area of 22 acres, subject
tuleasu No. 274 which explie July 5th, 1S8I.
TEItMS-Oash, npet price JJUU.
W. N. ARMSTRONG, Minister of Interior,
Dept of Interior, Hon. 11th, Feb. 1;S2. ;Wt
In accordance with the provisions of the Section 231
of tho Civil Code, a suitable enclosure will be set
apart for the Impounding of cstrays for the District of
liana, Island of Maul, at a place called Kuwalpapa.
W. N. ARMSTONU, Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, 1 ad interim.
Feb. 1Mb, 182. f (77)
Licenses Expiring in Febuary, 1882.
1 rtolles A Co. Qneen tt', Honolulu
IU M Davis. Nuiiiii.ii st, "
11 A S'tueer. corner Queen and Richard sta, "
U (1 II spauldlng, Nuuauu st, "
IS I, Marrhaut, Port st. "
10 Quan Ylt Lung t Co, l-'ort st, "
17 0 K Williams, Fort st,
is Iluliuo, Kuhana, Koulauloa,
2i Nee Sliln, Nuuanu st, "
23 U V Wells, Fort st, "
1! Ahol, llonokua, Hamakua,
1G Aswan, Kallua, urth Kuua,
IS Ah Dale, Luipahoehoe, llllo,
SI Ah Qui, llllo,
7 Ako, Walkapu,
9 C Aaec, Walluku,
37 John Urunwald, liana,
: Alo, Walmea,
17 Aitna. Kunaj.
i IngChoug, Kapala, Lihuo,
1 ChutChong A Amor, Hotel st, Honolulu, Oahn.
4 Tain You, ilnkauan, liu.
IS Ab Dak, Laiipahoehoc, Hawaii.
St Akeo. Laluiua, Jlaul.
?3 Mee shlu, Nuuanu st, Honolulu, Oahu.
St) Wong Ham, jlakawao. Maul.
C Dillingham A Co, I'ort st, Honolulu
It TJ Mossinan.iornir King and Nuuanu sis, "
SO M Pailllpa A Co, kaahumauii tts "
t IIOI.INAI.r: M'lltIT,
31 II llackfcld A Co, corner IJiKi n and Port st, Hono'ii
U tl W C Junes, (Kau,1 Hawaii.
3 W Paun, HUn, Hawaii.
19 Lnpeua, llonululu. Oihn. .
21 Tspeucir, llllo. Hawaii,
1 P Hcymansnii, Kingdom.
IU' Spin, Klugduni.
10 Allona, I'uhnuna, llllo, Hawaii.
N A I. MOM.
19 HnlOhana, Kahana, Koolauloa, Oahn.
ri nt: akmn.
15 II Waterhouse, Koua. Oahu.
19 Ah Loway, Honolulu. Oahn.
Telegraph aud Signal Station of Vluga.
On the Hth of Septemboran Electric Telegraph Offlce
combined with a special istabllihnicnt for exchanging
signals with vessels passing at sea will be opened at
l'lnyj at the entrance lo Ootteuburg.
This Ofllco 1. situated IWmeten westwards from the
Telegrams will there be received and dispatched dal
ly from sunrise to sunset.
The algiulllug lo snips at sea win ue crrica on ex
clusively by means of flag and distant signals accord
ing to tho rules laid down In the International' Com
mercial Cod of Signals"
With regard to trlcgrami sent to vessels, the
following rules are tu ba observsd:
tio. The address must give, not only the ordinary
Indications, but also tho name of the vessel, Its official
number (I. e. signal letters In the Code List) at well as
the port to which the ship belongs;
2:o. The telegram shall either be written la lb
HncdlsU lauguagff or be composed nf combinations of
letters. Iu tbe latter caso only the following Ittrou
aoaants of the alphabet slat U. D. K. (I. II. J. K. L
M. N. I. 9,- R- 8, T. V. and W. may be uitd; each
combination shall not contain more than four letters;
s t.lcgiam of this description will be considered as If it
Telegrams coming from ships will, al the request of
tba sender, be forwarded to their destination la the
I abois ncntloccd kind of cipher! la ease rw such re
quest should bo made, the despatch will be forwarded
In Swedish translallou
The charge for meages by signal letters will, In the
rnle, be calculated at the following ratci
a) for signalling! 1 kronaWore for any number of
b) the forwarding of the message through the tele
graph will be charged according to the established
tariff nf rates for Inland and foreign telegraphic corres
pondence. The whole amonnl of both thee pot Is lobe paldt
for telegrams sent to vessel by the sender, and for
deipatche. coming from vessels hy the recelser.
Passing vessels will bo able, by simply hoisting the
ensign with (heir distinguished signal, I. e. their
official number In Hie Code List, to have their passage
reported by telegraph to any person within Sweden,
who, bi letter or telegram, shall have previously ap
plied lo the office for such purpose, at the same time
L.'1'lnr his nddress.
In such caso nn charge will at present be made for
the signaling, and the person to whom a message I
add essed will only haio to pay the ordinary charge for
the transmission hy telegraphic wire and such expenses
as the forwarding of the message to its address from
the nearest telegraph-office may Iniolvt-.
After the establlihment of the F.leclrlc-Telegraph
Odes, the Optical Telegraph at Vlngv will no longer be
Stockholm, August 30th, ISSI,
7S-3t THE ROYAL HOARD OF Tnt.KOKAIMIS.
All adtertlsements for the SATi-miAr I'iiesb mttai.be
sent In by Friday noon. No Insertions for the current
Issue can lie guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions de
sired, from which date they charge. Any not so marked
will be charged J month.
T1IQ3. (1. THRUM. Manager.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
Two cases of opium vvero discovered nnioni; tho
(joodfl received by tho Auitmlla.
Tttr. week has been a very squally nnd dls.iRrea
bio one, rain, dust nnd wind fiuccccillnj- oacli
Os Wednesday Inst, Washington's lllrlliday. n
number of American llncpt wero Iljlntf in town nnd
from tho Hliippini; in the htrhor.
We nmlcrstnnd Hint soundinrq nro Boon to bo
mndo between tho Islands to dotennina tho most
prncticabla placcu for tho lnyiti of Bub-innrino
A NonweatAN In tho employ of Mr. Samnel Nott,
snecrcded in Kottini; nway from Honolulu In tho
IHtciirety l.iat week, leaving behind n wife and two
Oun thanks nrc duo Dr. McKihbln for the nso of
Into San Francisco papers. Wo nro nlso under
ob!i itions to J. II. Athertou, Ksq., for lato nuws
files ex A ustrttlitt.
An interestlnK letter from Wnilnkn describing
the preparations for tho reception of the King,
received just ns w nro fioiiif,- to press, too lato for
publication this week.
Mr. Edwin lino ne nnd l'rof. Xavior sailed for
Maui on tho Kihiiea Hmi on Monday list to
nninso and mystify the it-oilo of that Island. Wo
hope they will meet with huccss.
Tin: llritish steamer Main Tatham sailed for
IIotiKkoiiK on Tuesday. Sho took fifty-threo
Cbitmiicn from Honolulu, nnd hud on board ouu
hui.ilred in transit from San Francisco.
A hektino was held on Wednesday to ninko
preparations for a Loau Exhibition for the benefit
of the Library and Holding Association. Such a
move' should bo encouraged hy tho people of
One more link hna been ndded to tho Hawaiian
chain of progress. Telephonic connection with
tho Koolnu side of Oahu was completed on Thurs
day, and tho first ruessago wns sent oyer tho wiro
shortly after noon.
At Fort Street Church, Sunday Morning, J. A.
Cruzan, pastor, will preach. In the evening there
nill be n Union Missionary Meeting. Iter. Mr.
I.ORan, who has spent eight vears ns Missionary
in tho Caroiino Islands, will deliver an nddress.
The schooner Ida Stmatier was broofjht along
side of tho wharf just below Alien .t Ilobinson'H
this week to havo tbo lumber taken out of her hold
aud to bo repaired. Tho steam engine of Fire Com
pany No. 1 was used to pump tho water out of
her, nnd did the work well.
The Australia arrived from San Francisco on
Thursday niaht, nnit, pot iulo the harbor about
mid-night. She whs hve days behind time; tho
detention wns caused by having to wait until tho
ICth inst for tho Uuropenu mail. Tho Amtralht
brouuht a very iaifjo mail nnd fif ty-fivo passeufiera
A late if hastho following sad news concern
ing n lady well Known in Honolulu: "1'rivato
advices from Washington brings tho information
that Mrs. W. S. Ogden, daughter of the lato Thos.
J. Dryer, founder of the Oregonian, has been
stricken w ith paralysis and no hopes nro enter
tained of her lecovcry."
The band went to Knhului last Monday by tho
Kitauea Hon to receive tho King, whocipectod to
leavo Honolulu the following day. Owing to tho
illness of Gov. Dominis, the King did not loavo
llonululu, but will go licit week if thoOovtrnor
continues to improve. 'I ho band oxpccU to be
absent two or three w eeks.
Last Monday morning when Mr. Tregloan's
work shop was opened, It was discovered that a
fire had been smoldering the.ro for soma time,
probably since the Saturday night previous, but
tortuuntely it did nut spread. It is supposed thnt
in emptying the coals nut of tho iron, that sotuu of
them tell iusidu tho door unnoticed.
Dr. Fitch informs us thnt bo has received a
fresh supply of vncciuo virus hy tho liiirinm.aiid
that he exacts to receive fresh supplies by every
hteamcr hereafter. Ho will vacciuiite nil persons
who debiro it nt tho Dispensary ou Maunakca
btrtet every day except bundays nnd Mondays,
between tli4 hours of 11 nnd 1- o'clock.
""The Ladies' Society of Fort Street Church have
in preparation a literary aud musical entertain
ment which prominea to ba a feast of good things.
The programme is not yet perfected, hut it will
contain tbu names of the best talent in tho city.
The evening btt furtho entertainment is Thursday,
Match Uth. Tho proceeds are to bo used in pur-
cuasiiig a new iiistruinont lor tuo vu.iiry.
Tnr. gnruo of lawn tennis nunounced tu come off
at Mnkikl, list Saturday, did not take, place. A
large number of pcoplu drove out to I ho gro'inds
during tho afternoon, but wo did not seo such good
ball playing ns wo expected. As soon as the
Athletic Association gets into perfect working
order wo hone that now life will bo infused iulo
oar base ball, cricket and foot ball clubs.
Ma. Tuo3. Wall, nssisted by his brothers
Charles nud William has just finished building a
boat which was launched yebterday. Its dimen
sions uru as follows : -7 ft. long, uver all ; 10 ft.,
J in. beum, i ft. 'J in. hold, 1 ft. keel, 7 ft. centra
board. This is tho first work of the kind they
ver dono nnd it is certainly creditable to thum.
'the craft is named the lleitltn; she is sloop rigged
nnd will seat twenty-tiro or thirty pursous comfor
tably. The .liisfi-nlui had ou board, ntuong tho pasaeu-
t;ers for tho Colonies, three cues of measles. Wo
ope it will not be introduced again into Honolulu.
Wo had a narrow escape from smsll-pox by the
ZtuluHilitt on tho last trip down, llcingso near
hail Francisco, wo are in greater danger of Infec
tion from that port than any other, ns the disease
may uot bhow itself during the short passage from
Govebnou Douinis ha been very ill during the
week. Ho was seized with a fit last Sunday, st the
palace, nnd had to be carried to a bed. For a day
or two considerable anxiety was manifested about
his recovery, hat since he has been improving.
Yesterday we were informed that ho was much,
butter. The King postponed hU trip to Maul ou
account of tho Governor's uecideiit. We hope tu
see him around soon.
Alloc the steamers lately oalling hero have
been behind time. The Jtirv Tutluim from San
Francihco was looked for long before she arrived;
thoCV'.vii AVir IVi i-f rum tbe Colonies was due
on Monday of last week, but diil uot pat in her
sppearance until Thursday, and the -iisfrufi'u,dua
from the Coast any time after last Saturday even
ing did not arrive until Thursday night. The
winter bcason is nearly ever, nnd we ought to re
ceive our next regular icall ou or about fccnedulo
Tiik following item it from the Chronicle of tho
7th instant: "The schooner (iimr, which sails
to-day for Honolulu, will lake n part of Its cargo
sixteen blooded borars, purchased in this State by
11. J. Agnew for breeding puriuses. The ship
ment includes three stallions, ono or two geldings,
aud the rest mares. Corbltts' stallion, Irvington,
is well represented by bis desceudenta. Tbu pur
cbsso price was between f ,0U) aud f I.TUd. The
equine stock in the Islands is mostly of mustang
descent, and has deteriorated from close breeding
in. Efforts his being mado to raise toe standard
of horse-flesh in Kalakaua's dominions. This is
the more important as feed is very dear. Hay bat
imported from California, and sold not Ions,
for .V n ton, wlillo an Iiiali ax four cents R
I has been tmld lor ontn.'
A connrsroNDENT writes that tbero nro no many
conflicting rumors concerning tho shooting nt
Wnipio, Hawaii, thnt It is dillicult to nrrive nt lbs
tinth. A Chinmnntt UrU shot n natitc whom ho
Riipposed to bo looking nflor' his oMttiaa still, A
Ioso of policemen under officer Swnn nnd San
lord went fo Ilia place nt tho head uf Wnipio
onlch. 'I lino Chinamen had been sent nhend to
the house, nnd Ihcy ran out when Hie policemen
nrrived. One run the wrung war m.il was told to
stop, tail not doing so he wan .ihot i.i the head nnd
kills il. Ilo was tln wrong man. '1 ho others were
Mr. nnd Mrs. It. J. Agnow returned by tlio
Aiitlinlitt to take ut) tbnr iierinanrnt residence)
Willi ns, ns the Const climnto wni altogether too
sevrro for Mrs. Agnew's health. During her so.
jonrn iu San I'rnnciiuo alio experienced several
sovero nttacksof pneumonia, from which alio was
hardly riKtetl bCrcrover. Mr. Agnow nhip
led sixteen raluahln horses of excellent pedi-
firec, thnt nrtived ou tho schooner Anna, nud
lis speculation appears lo havo nttrnctcd eonsldcr
nblo attention uier therein tnrf circles.
Cxirr. Owens, formerly of tho steam-wlinlcrs
.Viiiy inn Helen nnd llelrhleit, nrrived by the mall
steamer Auttrnllt to lake command of tho new
Mcain-wlmler Xoiti Stm: Mho authorities nt
Washington havo commissioned Capt. Owens lo
carrv n mail tu tho Arctic nnd commuuicato with
the U. H. exploring steamer IMqers formerly tlio
Mai ii ami Helen) whieh ho expects lo meet iu M.
IsanrcticeUty. As thoffsir'aVir'liftSanFrnticiKco
be torn tlio news concerning tho fntenf the Je.in
nettf wns received, tlio .VoiM Slur will no doubt
ho tho first to carry tho sad intelligence to tho
Jtmlyers, nud thus terminate, her mission.
"The lnwyeri on our block" are becoming
numerous mid nre fixing up their offices In fine
stjlc. Mr. Davidson now occupies his new quar
ters in tho building formerly occupied by Dr.
1 tollman, which ho lins arranged viry neatly; W.
It. Cnstio has filled tip his new office next to tbo
jsist ofllco and has just moved in; ,1, M. Monsnr
rnlt is ru-nrrnngltig the ofllco adjoining tho new
tlatetle building locently occupied by lllnck A
Reynolds, In ndditioti to tho nlxjve nro Messrs.
Hint well and Whiting over J. W.ltobertson'a store
nnd Messrs Dole nml Ilusscl over A. W. Richard
son's store; and further nlotig, on Merchant street,
fudge llickerlou lins just hiul n new office built.
If tho new nfflcoa nro nny criterion to jndga hv,
our legal lights nre doing n " land ofllco busincssl"
An alarm of firu on Monday last brought out tho
l'iro Department on short notice, but ns usnnl
tiieir (services were uunccessiry. Smoke wns dis
covered iu a room adjoining Aswan's storo on
Nuuanu street. China Company, No. r, whoso
engino liotike is nonr by, were tho first to get tho
water through their how, nnd when it did come
four or five men Here uot enough to hold the
nozzle, nnd iu nn exceedingly nhnrt spneo of time
the street wns cleared to avoid tho Hood of water.
Houses on both sides of tho street woru pretty
thoroughly wet ami so wero nil of lho"firobova'
who wero within range of tho company's hose.
' The injury done by tho firo wns not serious, but
nau it got a gooa stnrt tlio llgtit frnmo buildings
there would have burned like tinder, nnd given
nil tho firo companies enough to do.
Amono tho through passengers by tho Austrnlinn
steamer wero Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 1. Hurnctl, Mr. nnd
-Mrs. Arthur Vivian, nnd Thos. Savers, son of I ho
famous English pugilist, nil of whom havo been
connected with the iiiriousSan Francisco theatres.
Mrs. liurnett is professionally known na Miss
Jennie Lee, whose stage creation of Little Jo, the
ragged hero of Dicken's illenk House, linn Im
mortalized her throughout Great Britain nnd in
iu every city where she played tho character, which
lis In reality, ono of tho best of sermons, oven
I though presented from tho stage. In I,ondon,
wneio tbo laity nppeued ns tlio street Arnb over
70) times, she wns ii great favorite with the nobility
nnd enjoyed tho intimate, acquaintance of Mrs.
Gladstone, tho wife of the llritish 1'rimier. It is
probnblo Hint Wm. K. Sheridnn, who has been
Iilaviug n round of Shakesperinu characters nt
laldw ill's Theatre nud elsuwhero in California,
during tho past jenr, nnd is rccognbed ns ono of
the lending tragedians of tlio American singe, will
nrrivo by the next steamer, en route for Australia.
Following is tho record of l'olico Court pro
ceedings for tbo week; Mnkuaole, insanity, com
mitted to Insane Asylum; Jns. Jordan nssnnlt nnd
battery on S. Elirlich, find $5, costs, $1.30: Joscih
Moral, disturbing emict of night, nolle iiroiegtii
entered by prosecution; Carl Knndson, drunken
lies'", fined :f.r, costs 1; Richard Hell, drunken
ness, forfeited $G lmil; Klclmrd Donhle-lay, bamo
charge, forfeited $0 bail; A. II. Houghton, same
chargo, forfeited !(! bail; Keoni, nssault aud bat
tery, forfeited $10 bail; Alapeki Joela, larceny of
$L"S, sentenced to three montlm' imprisonment nt
hard labor and fined $10, costs $1; Aki, assault
aud battery on Hookauo, w., fined $7, costs $3
Nuhemin, trnancy. sentenco suspended for one
'month; Ah Sam, drunkenness, forfeited l! bail;
Kaiuoa, larceny of n chicken, nolle pi oaejui cuU'rcd
by prosecution. Civil liecurd. T. II. Foster t Co.
vs. Kauaina, deserting contract service, defendant
oidered to return to employer, cobts J3; T, 11. Foi
ter A. Co. vs. Knlunintin and Altikni, refusing to
berve contract, defendant ordered to return to em
ployer, costs $3 each; M. Davis vs. Frank Metcnlf,
nitiou of assumpsit for $17.tj.r, judgment for plnin
tifT; Keoni vs. l'nn, action of nssumpsit for f LtK),
judgment for plaintiff for 10, costs $1. '-'."; case
npjienled by plaintiff; T. 1). .Murray vs. 1'. Jones,
ncliou ou promissory noto for 3.", judgmont
J for plaintiff; John S. Autouo vs. Apua, action of
assumpsit for J$30",0, plaintiff takes non-suit,
costs $.8.'i ; Pcnha vs. Kalunnpvahao, action
of trovor for horse, damages !J100, plaintiff
takes non-suit, costs $1.40; iliggins it Josset vs.
W. 11. Knmaawo, nction of assumpsit $120, de
fendant confesses judgment.
The eighteenth nnnual meeting of the contri
butors to tho American Relief Fund was held on
Wednesday evening nt tho rooms of Mechanic
Knuino Co. No. 2. The reports rend showed that
during tho year seventeen needy Americans have"
oeen nssisicn oy me Association; or tuese, lour
wero sent to their friends in tho United Stntos,
two died nnd wero buried here, six wero discharged
ubto to work nud five nro now in its care. Tho
cash balance on hand at the beginning of the year
was $4Si).u; me receipts during tlio year were
.IBS from subscriptions nnd $12.i" from tho
Fourth of July Committee. Tho disbursements in
tho same tituo wero $SJ0.75 leaving n balance on
hnnd of only $143.1(3. The officers re-elected for
tbe ensuing year nre A. J. Cartwrigbt, President;
Rev. S. O. Damon, Vice-President; and O. It.
llishop, Secretary nnd Treasurer. Capt. J, M.
Oat nnd Geo. W. lloughtaillng wero re-elected
members of the Relief Committee, nnd Capt. A.
W. Fierce wns elected to fill tho vacancy caused
by the death of Capt. Jacob Drown. Seven mem
bers of tho Association haio died since tho hist
meeting iu 1831, nnd fow new ones hnve been
added. Tho contributors to this fund nro mnlnly
residents of Honolulu, but ninny of thoso nbsisted
by it nro from tho other idnnds, nnd if Americans
throughout the group wero bettor acquainted with
tho work dono for their unfortunate countrymen,
nnd countrywomen, many more would undoubted
ly contribute their sharo willingly and regularly.
The fund is distributed without expenso nnd con
tributors hnve tho satisfaction of knowing that
their money ii devoted silely to the object for
which it is intended. Since the organization of
tho Association in 1ST, I $13,700 have been dis
bursed, nnd of this amount only Jl.'V, havo been
required for expenses of tho Association, nnd tho
creater nart ot tins was used lor nrintlni: clrou-
hrs, eto. Tho cash balanoa on hand this year,
1I!I.1U. is less than the amount on hand last year
by $1VI0.W, mid with tho money since paid in will
not bo sufficient to meet tbu demands for assis
tance likely to fall upon tbu Association during
the present year. All Americans desiring to assist
their countrymen in distress through this worthy
Association should call upon or commnulcato with
any of the officers nbove mentioned.
Geo. 0. StuAtemetkd, of Honolulu, Is now
located nt Wailukn.
Mn. l'micK, tho wtll-burer, is slnkiiignn artesian
well at SpreckelsYillc.
Capt, HouaoK has been very sick lately but is
much bettor at present. ,
The natives at Wniluku nro making preparations
to receive King Knlnknun.
Chinese New Years was generally celebrated
throughout the town nml suburbs of Wniluku,
The Spreckcl'a Miuilret Company were an
nounced to give a Bhow at Knbulul last Saturday
The passenger car from Hnhului to Spreckles
villo Is a great accommodation, nud would be more
so if the luisiiuiger car had n covering of some
Wailijko needs n new market yery much. Tbe
one they havo U n mean nnd dirty affair. It Is
located on Market street, tin main thoroughfare,
nml on Saturday afternoons is a perfect nuisance.
'Ihe odor nud filth U something horrible, 'llio
slaughter house lo ii located in nil unpleasant
IkmHiou, nml (leoplo show their appreciation of the
mgraut spot by holding their noses when they
pass) Ibat wy,
The appeal ense of George Glendon before the
Circuit Judge of Maal was sot for Monday, tho
JUlh Inst..., A most sovero trade wind has been
blowing bere for the past few days. In traveling
nlong the bench one is enveloped in clouds of
Hand, nnd om scarcely breathe or see, the sand be.
ing carried with such force against thefaoo.,,,Tbo
incessant rains this winter bate made the pastur
age extraordinarily good, and stock raisers nre
The icbooner Tieillqht, Capt. Whitney, sailed
from Hilo for San FraneUoo on tho 10th inst. with
to bo I r
i lGi tonj of nngnrj
tion, I'.ipnlkon, PO
plantation, ami 18 t
1G7 ton of sugar fiom Hllchcok A Co' planta-
i tons sugar trora epeneors
tons of bides.
St-rniTf February RJtli, wn n very rainy day nt
llllo, so much so that lliero was no service In my
nf the churches, nnd no sessions of Sabbath
school something it Is thonght has never occnued
before. So fnid ono of lis oldest Inhabitants.
Tire thrcc-mnstcil schooner Sadie i Caller, nr
rived nl Hilo on tlio 14th Inst., twcniy-six days
from Nnlinlmo, with (VjO tor.s of i-tul for tho
Wniakcn .Mill, She .encountered very rough
weather off llm const of Hawaii nnd lol mm
sails. After discharging a (wirtion of her cargo
tin will proceed to Honolulu to discharge the
Wilmam BrrsH, a gentleman In employ of
Spencer rlnutntion nt Ullo, wns drowned In tho
Wnilnkn River on Monday. February 13th, by thd
cio-UHiiif. nr n mint in tiia hmn
ig of n lumt In th breakers. He could not
His 1 icily wns IoiiihI ntt hour afterwards.
Ho wn buried the snmo day In tho forelcn bury-
Itcv. K. 1'. llaker, officiated.
MrAscnES nrn ticlng taken in Kohrtla for His
erection of n Chlncsn Chaiicl. A church has Irtf n
organized for some limn back nnd now iinfuber.l
I0U meiubcrs, tho meetings having been held In a
building on tho Kuhnla plantation, w. 'I ho oft
resurrected Knwela Plantation In llnmnktin is
likely to bo nbnudoned ngnln owing todpprrvssionft
In tho Treaty primHcts....Kohnla boasts itself of
n strong ihdciictidcut member who will not bend
to roynlty but wo shall seo how ho takes to the
sugar plums. ...The question of ft foreign school
In Kohnla is being npitntcd, nnd not n hit too soon,
ns tho district, considering Its wealth nud general
progressivene's. Is much behind other parts of
tho Inlands, 'llio apathy seems to outweigh the
I.ttjrAnor.uuE, 1'cbmnry 17lb, 1882.
Tbo enno yield hero Is simply enormous. .Mr.
Ltdgnto 1 1 cutting n IW-ncro field, which produces
8,' tons ( f sugar per ncre. Thn enno Is tall Usti
henvy ni d rcmnrknbty unlfoph (hroughotit tho
enllro field. Ho Is erecting h double effect in his
mill, but oven with this improvement his milling
facilities nro too limited to grind iSX) ncren beforo
a ptrt shall begin to deteriorate, Hie maximum
being but littlu over ten tons per day. Ho has
400 acres under cultivation nnd is breaking up M0
more, which with another -XX) ncrcn on tho oulsldo
wilt mnko n total of POO ncres next year. Ot
course another mill will lie required. It linn been
ordered nnd n sitn selected about two miles hence,
towards Hilo, nt the month of n gulch with n good
fair-weather landing, During rough times, liko
most others nlotig this coast, it will bonnnvnilnhle.
Tho water supply hero Is nhutulant nnd inexhnust.
able. A jrcrfect system of lltiming enne has been
devised ro that trntisportntion to tho mill cost
substantially nothing an Important considera
tion. In large economies this plantation" in pnr
ticnlnrly fnvorcd; tbe smaller consequently receive
no attention. Naturally much In lost where others
gnin, but hero tho gains nro more considerable.
Like Clnus Sprockets, Mr. Lidgalo cares not n
straw whether the trrnty be abrogated or not.
Breakers and surf continue to fret windward
ports rendering lauding dllltciilt if not impracti
cable. Yesterday one of tlio schooner MaCt boats
having unwisely taken n load of sugar, wns mak
ing out through tho narrow channel when sho was
Known upon tho rocks nnd store, to nlmost n
wreck. Tlio sugar was saved and nono of tho
crew wns injured.
At Ookuln, Mr. Sopcr is making oxtennivo im
provements. Ho is constructing now tramways,
and reducing former grades to n uniformity, re
quiring only gravitation for n motor to carry his
emu to tho mill. So ll'ht nud even Is the gnulo
Hint a mnlo can elrnw a train of empty cars up to
tlio fields. At best trninwnys nre n burdensome
cxpeiiho to n plantation. It is proposed to bring
wnter from Mr. Lidgntc's, nn operation very desir
able, quito fcabible, and altogether likely to bo
essayed at the earliest convenience. Hninnkuvis
without water except nt Kuknihnele, where. Dr.
Trousseau diverted n portion of Wnipio's pretty
fulls. Iho landing nt Ooknla is also receiving at
tention nnd its efilcncy vastly enhanced. Of nil
tho wild nnd apparently inaccessiblo landings this
is most formidably precipitous. As a rulo visitors
aro satisfied to viow it from n snfe spot ntiovu; fow
vcuttiro n descent necessarily accomplished by
menus of ladders, the walking of n plank bridging
dizz.y clinsms, nud bounding from crag to crag, and
crawling over tapering cream of wavn.waBhcd 1 iva.
Extending beneath tho cliff iu n sheltered and
romantic nook, striking by contrast with ita snr
roundings, is a largo pool wonderfully clear, placid
and full of fish. A storehouse formerly situated
iu tho faco of tho cliff has been removed, for,
though over 70 feet above high water, tho wnves
roso ho angrily ns to threaten its demolition. As
no sugar has been shipped for n long tlmo nil
storehouses nre packed, and tho mill is not run
ning, n henvy yet unavoidable Ions is entnilcd.
Much dissatisfaction is expressed hero nnd
throngbout Hnmnkun nt the Likelilct's manage
ment of mail matter. For two weeks no mail has
been received, nnd several times this winter like
inconveniences has been suffered. Instead of
lonving Hamaknn mail at Hilo, to bo sent thenoo
overland when it is too rough to effect n landing
hero, tho mall is returned to Honolulu, brought
away, and very likely returned thorn again. This
is entirely unnecessary. Even assuming thnt tho
steamer 'hopes to effect n Innding here on her
return from Hilo, nud fails, sho might drop tho
mail nt Knwnihno, to be tbenco forwarded over
land. Violent stress of weather is assumed. It
did not stem too rough yesterday morning when
sh; passed toward Hilo, nud tbe throwing of a
mml bng Iulo n bout did not appear to be attended
hy grunt danger. 1 went ashoro at Honunpo iu a
higher, wilder sen. It is to be expected that fault
should bo found with Mr. Wilder, hut it is unlikely
that he pursonnlly is blamablc. ilis enterprise and
public spirit nre evidenced in hisBtcainer nnd rail
road lines, yet people will grumblont tho chief for
errors of his subordinates. Tho trouble is evi
dently tho result of somebody's thoughtlessness,
or lack of information ou postal routes nud facili
ties, which, sorely, are iioor enough without this
ndditiounl drawback. When nature is in n fretful
mood men nro apt to grow a littlo cross-grained,
and yon know, sho has been so all winter, which
may account for a share of thoso voxations.
I huiidoso the rumor of luy being lost on
Maunakca has reached Honolulu. Liko tho prov
erbial bad penny, I turned up, however, much to
Chns. Notloy's surprise, and n few hoars ahond of
a party of meu, horses and hounds ho dispatched
to rocovor my remains. Tom Lindsey's ability in
following a trnil rivals that of nn Amertcnu
Indian. He purcued horse trncks "I hours old
through woods, where to ordinary eyes they wero
obliterntcd by herds of wild cnttle, hogs, nnd ruin
storms. Mr. Notley snys that iu this adventure
natives will find n thomo for fifty years. Such a
happy issuo novcr before attended n benighted,
fog-environed traveler on Mnuunkoa without com-
Ihiss, chnrt, son's ray, or even a wind from nny
Tbo abominable condition of tho ronds in this
district nro beyond description. For n week pnt
n cross between n Scotch mist nnd a 'Frisco fog
has prevailed, nud whether Mr. Dnldwin, School
Inspector General, who left here this morning on -horseback
for llllo over reaches there Is a problem
requiring a few dnys for solution. It is said that
with n heavy load tbe mud is unfalhomnblo in
pluces. Will Ca wm.
A Plat Contradiction.
Editou Hatuudat 1'bcss: I hnve no taste for
controversy and no ambition to see my unmo in
tho newspapers, but I feel bound in self-dofeuse to
say, that tho article ou leprosy iu last Wednesday',
(tutette, in so far as it relates to rayaclf, nnd pro
tends to state my position and views, is a tissue of
gross nud wilful misrepresentations, Isayyroia
because I am in several important points repre-
sentod as holding nud expressing the exact oppo
site uf what I do actually hold nnd express, nnd I
say icilful because the Editor ot the Gatellt, when,,
he wrote tho article iu question, know tho falsity
of the statements therein contained. At a con
ference held nt the olllce ot Ihe Minister ot the
Interior n short timo since, there were present bu
sbies Ills Excellency and myself, five gentlemen
practicing medicine iu Honolulu and nlso Ihe Edi
tor ot the Gaielle, who took notes of tbu proceed
ings. This conference lasted about two hours nud
n half, nnd tho whole subject of leprosy, including
its t teat men t both medical and administrative,
was gone into nt length. On this occasion, I ox.
Firuascd my views very fully and frankly, and it
he Editjrof tbo QatttU isoapableof untferitanc'
lua plain English, he knows perfectly well that I
did uot uto tbe expressions be pat into roy mouth.
nor nuytuing reseiuuimg mem. x am not say Hint
I " was going to euro syphilis, which wn tbe same
thing ns leprosy," (in Ihe contrary, I aald that
not only was leprosy Incurable by any means now
nt our command, but that tertiary syphilis waa
nlso in tbe proper meaning uf the tvriu, incurable.
I did any that not only syphilis, but the condition
known as leprosy a well, were both to a considera
ble extent umenablo to treatment, and that the
name Hue ot trentiutnt which had been found best
In tbe former, gave also tho best results in tbe
In this latter proposition, I understood sisiu
medical ymlhium then iietenl to nt'jultui. If I
liavo misrepresented the view of any uf them In
tbl matter, I shall be happy to bo corrected.
Tbe chargu that I ai opposed to the isolation of
lepers, is a barefaced falsehood. On the occasion
referred to, I stated in the most empha tio laugusge
I could corainaud that I wn In favor of rri-gn
ting every roar, woman and child in tba KlngeU
who had tbe disease, and of doing tt iu lb moat
thorough nud efficient manner.
The Editor of the Uuieltt -it bv at the time and
heard Ibis statement.
I du not think it worth while to occupy inure ut
your valuable space In exposing the misstate-ut
of the article iu question.
Tbe untair and malicious spirit nf tbe axticle la
tbe Uaittte wilt be calucieully evident to every
lalernbly Intelligent and fair-minded reader.
rv Ojo. h. Vnvu, M. D.
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