Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Saturday press. (Honolulu, H.I.) 1880-1885, November 11, 1882, Image 2',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
lU 4 S- mJkMmn0m0" '' """ ''H'i'J
ttniir.w. i i
N' iiNFii ii, 1M1
Trie rit of Kofi, wealtiar upon this wwk ha had
quincru .(Tut In comrrt'rtlal drtlM, lrtr lln liltl
oWnraMa In irf -nytt lmains activity I rmxifhoiit
tti rity Itre rin, atrikh now have tri awwarantf
tt Mrtf, kwtI throVmit lit. Kronp, "HI tY nr
statcortw lo lh 4Mlnit arttl fteit inttrfsta, anil lll
mVf tm In th mrtrcjtnrts In th rrlntrimtnl
nut mtf attiiHy In tli. rasarvolr.
HMni kctivliy has Umi l also lM '.
i,ln in lk tlonw of Island wl In coml" fot-
want, imrl t this ssmwi of ttw yr, !"" "'
Vfwl. Have ifcarM hi Wliast Tl ! pd.H tip
f. Son rntf hava done llltl mora thin .Ware In
...rnJln ihal laatt come I harkl lli 0it mm
Ii ml In m 1 at Win alnol loatktl, cnm.lll lir
, miArmnn on timtay and aaiM Mily fctnday
lojnlxr with a ntimt! of isKTa. Th UMrmhlji
M.iJr.u cnntintfd h voyaj lo ktorla on lh jlh
Inst wlihaiawtrnnof rt.otltralcaric'andfe.t'aa
-rs Mnr) IV ' tool rt itrrrlf
tlils rlc fm -UfcKhwiM.a.rtV.i.n.1 int ''' f
Mantta, hmh swlcln,, and i lojolyr trwls trium in
lllst l)lt l'w "tan Ffnd will .rob
aMv rY "J A F,,Moh,tt, lo Mil Mrly nit k
It, rtiTr harv. but lS ' ' Irt-in, from an
I torn iarn, wtlh a furl awtl coro and s-nfr I
l , W (I Irwfn f"n , MiHtW data lo il h .
I l. f .n.rw.rf Hf ll ' -'" "" U ,ouV',,
( IH lr irlh irM
Mr I I' Arlim rrtnnwd from I.l,lna liy 0i
UM wri. IrKUy f. M , nntl lfli lh UnJ
ttfof iK lnVMlir M hrn lni(hl but low
I . . lMltlHI, owrnj to hV of cemlitl.n II
.ak monMl lo Uit $,?
Al lh Ultrtn' wlrbal SlnrJrof 4,nl
wlil. In Innrl, winl from lli wik of lli .VAim,
liy niKllon.il rtoliml tl )! crnHt im, rl w
l.mtlil lijr Wlklf A Co. lot l-itl comumlon ami
I1. Uiwnwi of the cuilom hou c l"l nvmlh wm
lrr. ihouih un lo lhl of JkHMnUr, Iho rh re
i.uii"nbt;o,!i9 KorO.!6lr the trif4.
We l'rn notlilnK of tll lnlrl .y ll ar t
hanl i If'wr , m w-iUnt lun.l .nxlucc,
llKxitliMlnof Mir Moilirf iiuoIkI follow! I la
w.,,.n rntninritUI Cbnilnir. l'jS'fi ! h"
hin thnfd liandt al lli forinrr niurft n.l ,.. l
lU Ullrr llf i l inoml l 7. with no mIm r
AilK from HwigVong of llit ij.1 ull Malt lliat llic
litalrr lrt of Manila wa tlelro)nl by a l)',""J"
Sr4lnl'l loth, CAiidnif, an rnlirf mnK of lmi
nra. (Ireal lutiw. alwcutnrrnl amornj tir MtvlnK'
lliiilrfn ol linit loclinL No inlinull.jn I Kltn
a la lh itnil of ilmai! in llio iijar tlxlruta or ill
flTett on lli tro, Uil it lia no doul.1 iulTernl liVc
Arrtrnt ill I'nrl f Itiilinliilll.
UkeliVe.Mm., King, from llilo
Jnitiic. sth-, Iroin Kauat
IJiulal, from Waialua ......
almalu. ch , from Kalwitahilatii
Mam, .h , from llilo
kaulWaoull, tll tfrom llonokaa
M4I..I.., nth . from llalalail
Kaala, li , from Koilau
U ( Irwin, ltne. I timer, fm Sjii Iran
Mololil, Mm, MctlreRor, from Koulau
I'oliolVi, Mh , faotn INiru
MU MnriU. wh., " -.anal.
N.11U Muntll. ftrh . fi.r Ijllu.nj .
, Nov. 4
Cmi.tielo, Am ifitiie , llowanl, fur b. I-
UaUnl.Um , Itair. for Malj". Konaft Kau
KiUura 1 1 mi. Mm., Sear. IV Kahulul ..
Irfliua, ktm , !-irrntt fur Mol.Val ami Maul
MoVolii, Urn , Mc'.rrcor fof Kuolau
. allele, .Kt for Mai.li
Madras Mm . l.rAtlley, for IfoiinVong
UVrlilic, Mm , Kins, for lltlo
I l.uV-ii, M-li., ft aulua
WaK.li, ch.t for I'aaiiIuu .. ..
Ictimr, mIi , ftrf KuKt
rrincr, mIi , for KcLaliA . -
r.Unta, twhr. for Hanalri
lolani, Haw. U. CanrU, for MamU .
Khiuip, Mtn.( KotmiMi, for I'lMt 'lownenJ.
I.urvka, 1 .tie, 1'rnliaJlow. for Kurt ka..
Kauikraouh, K.h.(for HotioLaa ...
Wairhu, lU., for Hoiiotiiu
Jat. Makre. Km., McUoiial.t, for Kauai
linactn. Nor. 1.1.., Ncilmn, for Vlw.n.i)
KfkattlitoM, w-lu, for liana let. . .. ..
NVaiitialu, m.Iu, far llilo j..
M aKJa, M.h , f.r 1 1 il.x.
Mana, nth llultuitiu
Vrtmrln mtir III liirt,
Cl At k SrnnKKL, Coti.tnt
. .Hat bk
, .A in. tktne
I A. I
t ALklNHUH.. rulliC .
V.ALAKAlA. Miller . .
ItUKNA VlTA, CallHHtn .. . .
iKNNIK WaIKRK, UlHierwo.nl . . .
.t LA, llrnwn. -W.
it IkuiN, Tuinrr
llrfrrtnt f$um Vnrrlyn Vorli,
IUhton, Am. bk. Amv IVrnbk
lue Jan. 5. C Hrewer & Ca, act.
llHHMHM. (ir bk. C K. ItlkHUfa.
Due rcb. x9). H. lUckfeU.VCo.,a.
DuraHTtRK Hay, Am. bk, I . J. ImiMrsiiN
l)u Nov V95, (I or kaliutm )
l.iwrkA, Am, Unie v. II. Diuonu
(for Kahulul.) now due.
(iUuam, Hnt. fchipAhKHAMAN Chapman
Doc Jan. 3u..j. W Macfarlane & Co., acta,
HoNtiKUNG, Uer. bk. IlVINf.TUNK Mcllcn
Due Nuv, 13-.ru. 1 1 At kfc U it Co., agtt.
1I.imik.iut, Am urn Imnrii Ki'W llei.ihjucs
Due Allen & KwUuvni, act.
UvKKtnX.L, Hrit. bV, Uiinctv SvictovItwtVi
Due Jan. to-ty 1 11 lU.ie-fc Co., atv
NANAtuttYta liana. Am bk toki-sr (jurttN Nelon
Du Nov tots Hackfrld ft Co.. aj;t.
NftW CAKtLk, nm. Nic tk.Kiwijjo Ho-tt
NttwLAl.Tl.l'-tNw,Amllitn. NohTH STAK MMelioue
Nb CAiil-r. hw., Amhi(ifiCTTVUhu TheobaM
Duelkf. i.t. shln't accvuint.
Nw Vimk, ,m. IU, I.iinok Vcrnon Humil.re)
lo hail alMHil .Nov 1 caM.e uo kc, uiiv
T Oamklc, Am, U. Luiik Mammiali.
)ne Nov. 10-15. Iwrr. ft Cooke, agtl.
lnr (U.tntk. Anulltiie Dtiti.Kkt .IVrrtnuii
Nov 30-3S II IU.lfU. Co.,afitv Lumber lo
iWrr ft Lo.
iktlanu, O.Am Ik AUU.N Hkwi. Noe
Hue, llAln to,, jjtt.
Sah rnANCiw.(, v u . 2kaLan.ua, Webber
Hue Nov. ai. H. llatkfcld ft Co.. actv
Sw l-HANVIMl. lt.).R..SUI ..IMUU
Nov. 11V W 12 Irw.nft CcaLiv
San t-KANCiwu, Aw. bV. 11 W Aimv l-reenun
Nov iv-1 5. Cj,1 ft It'Ar, agtv
ibtutn Ska I., Haw. Mk Julia. Ttertiy
bviNKV, riiu Citv or Syunkv Deafln
Nov 19. II HaikMd N. Co., aii.
tli A met Ran lark Alder llee it looked for bouily
frni ltU! U.. tn vfr to lloo.ikoi.it, Cltina.
lb American mlvajooer Anna, MiCutkxh, hem- (Xt.
jth, ai rte.l at Nj.u r raiH.icu (Kt. tb,
Mr V WdltamV new cbpi-er )j.bt Kaluh'danl wa
Liu (K Int I Ul St unlay
Ui Norvacctan taik, Inucua aaded (of a)iaralw
caeiday, In UdUvt.
Hie He vert mvd Nucha Vita ate at Alien i Robin.
jo kliarf dtM.bar)iit2 luml-er
Ilia O h. S, Suc wdt irolaUy arrive on Krtda)
Hiviuttc heht (im San r raiHiKU
the 0 N b. .MaVtla may Ik touked foe from wind
ward vaily nM week.
11m AnteiWaUt tatkemin 1U U M the old Mcanuditp
lli Atuetkanbatkeniln KbkUat. Culler, hiK Oct.
$th, urmvdtu 1m Oambl IXt tjd.
1t Hal S. S. aMadrai killed for 1'oitUrvl, O., on
lueday Uh. She left about ijoof her Chine ucn
Kraat thu pott.
lite lutaiii, for MamU, k!iu.. ft-r lvt lownwrfl,
aitd r.uukat, fsK ( unckaeavt. in balUa4.kulcd un Wed
11m AmciKau IktiieiitliM 1
linger A Co, wlutf loadutf fo
A. Kalklnburir U at
or San rraiK.wo, to wul
emiy nt wek
Ihe Haaiun Uuk KalaVaua. al lh
1kh8 whaif, hat dwcltai(rd all of her don canto am
Know on lh bcith for Nm lratKa,to uul utiur
ataxHit faiutuy nckt.
A telegram reat-hed here eucrLav. Mating that the
townul MarulU li-ul Utn Ucaruv-vU by a lMhooiej
S4-t lh, and that ihtrteeit ecU Had beuaroje4.
Oti Se4 14th, th dale of th laM tefjft from there,
ihct- wjubut ott ViuerKan fchiu in LkMt. the Sootoo.
th rtMwtitalt fotrUnen, trw total dret nuntbertng
AAeen. AtU, IXt. f
Hy kitei to Uolle X Co. vt tht ctty, from Caialn
Nu)et, dated, iNMlUod, Oct, tl, w ar favored with
tU follow tti "A duvauh fiwoi NAuainwUate that
tt Utf uglwi m earner from China, uh frrnU and
latNrr.itr, ha gon aUior U CLalsivut Sound, un the
weU cua4 ut anCkWcr IkUnu. ord at Uou:ta to
Nanaimo thik ruotuliif by Induna who cruMed the
Ud. fle uaiuc of the Tel u not et know u, A
relief w M ba Kftt, ... -a.....--
Kvt of btlianiutt W. fi, tiwui. IViotr. uiled from
.Saa rraiKtxu CXt tub. Ud luhl N. W and uhv
tmued from N and N W for fuur da durui hn.h
uiiMt Hkakie i.u)iuoea. iajM weietiy, numteti)
4 batittuti witkJt foi 48 houn, the bht eaMeily and
oiunciiy wumi 10 m,
r'lum Kauai. r V K IWJioi Nov l All Wikna,
It litcttnik Mlaa llaiuwiiy, Mra I1 luA. Mlaa Ira
Una, lit U-4.WI, II K.lk.t
IruM haai IraMku, w. WG lruit N 4 NV II
Tr.id. aJ U. K W ItaWa. Mi. k C St-.Ult
Jtd i full, Mm Km, 1) (. N.V4U, ifa tutj ihiU,
I W llaha, al Uoaiky, (1 L Lau, I. N Colluia, And
ilaaM, aim a cbinM.
Wow.iM.ud iata,lr IJIaltla, N II K II
ftdtt-eaa 1 UiuoLaUnl, Mra M'iImm, Mia ka.ia. XI u.
bheUou. A II llal, .V N ltHtS CI Icakc, t- 1 Nuuh,
II H Cum, C V AUmu. a Ii ktAaitl, K M Orel. .J,
W MBtnutnUal, Mut I. 11.21, lib Ui. C L. llo(Au.s
; i. utltuta, W A UjuU.i, V W t.irratl. I. A A
dt., C II IStvbolt. W Ii CuiuuunvKeAO KuiUia.
r j lUyxUau. Mra I I'u.cU. Ka 4 t tUJwji. II A
ll.au, 1) OaUy, U kiW J C ard, oifa tud dju.
KtJCSaA FiaiKUo). h CtMtaualtj. No
ford, J Uin, Mrt liaiandtua.MraK
tuc MatwW wr loUnL hav ctMr lUmiMlaiu. Ml
UcuuataM, K 5 Ojcuuaa.
r tar lOuiva pea alatkaa, a. fr- iy paaMufctal
kBM taUtdataaal Iwctk L litelil.., H 6.lttj
ItvCuUt. Mn ii L 1-lntJH, b U WiUtf, W Saki.
tuuvMl.Mia'l j Kum and thaU, W U IWai, A U
fVifai. II kU.1 J WalUi; S Koa. W C AUiaa,
RKlar.l M Nrtr, t apt I' ) I' W t f fhl'r U I
KaMloVahlHl. t I Pl, lat K R HlrH, C I
SlarVpole, K l Ovf-rtrMl J A Mail rm, l I llalrlwln
TAfont .MmC Hiuhmrl ( I ftliil l)r rnrltra.
From San rranri.Ti, V (. Irwin, Haw I Wm V,
lrm lo hardware and pomp t w w I prf.
rVnlaind llet cfrtilf,l Iron, I ttij h-, ict
nwhinery .haln wheeU laf rt wheeU, lj iVa
Inne iml, 100 bM Hme i5rrrler, ca malton,
10 c conl oil, 1 c notrorta, I rt tlry Hoods, I baa c rf,
c leMy? oyMera, 1 bid triwjor. ct m P.
I bl hj-dromlef, J4 Bale bollef fell Jo bbh) lime. I
cnueihwm CJMlle. Crwile, 1 ca mwtMlrery, 1 rtn
MIHarrl laWe, r A Schaeftf lo. o fjt fornetort,
ttca coffee. Union feod (.0, jo bnlea hay, tjorta
oal, lo bran, aao aka barley, 40 aVa cran, 40 Va
nel, llacaiem eg 11, aia taaoone mewl, a "lmJ"'
111.1111. A f. i. n tlrv tttwwta. S I lrev A
.. i . IM nwl la- laxL. aK ItMa beef, km
maelierel, 11 ra canned beef, a ca brwna, ao caoofTe,
1 ta nyater, I c "ymp, i l hama, 1 f raaaeja, J ca
aiflaa. 1 pnel HnteU, io bit mccniiil, 1 k an,
1 al ttalea, Mn R C iaillm, 1 pktc rrmliii: K 0
Hall Son, t ca hardware, jno NMI, ca mnrblej M
S t trlnhnum tin r dry oimI, i ca bnrt and hra.
localobnrco, INIhnaham Co, 8 ra 4led ware, I
hocae! M Mrlnern), 16 ! clotka; II l.alea, v ea
irMln wtoe, jli linantent, Allen b. Rohinm, 4 bta
cJMtino, Jno N Wrihl, 1 !-" MiniMer Vnrelun
lfalra, 3 , poir, 81 Aa; l.tr ari,nl Ihinrse firm.
Fa Am brie; t onaoelo, heme f w Han franrrtro, Nov
4 MttOat lir na;ar syKal m le Valut SB,
f a Itrlt Sir Mfclra., lien, e f V Intia, It C, No n
Cteareil In batlaM ia. .kK in Irnnailu
tlaanr-t.ai air In ihi ut, Nuv 7th, by Kee SC
Damon, William HaMie ..f OoVnU, Hawaii, and
Mary Jane lmrle, of lrdeti, Votlaml.
Mll I imnivAinini , ti.oixi. nil -i, .ihc .,.
I fwia (,l I MtMiN In lliia city
lwia anj Miaa A, (tlitliaaon
N.. 6, Mr
ritKrtK Al Ida reaidence, Uaikikl, Nov 8, of iraly.
la of llie Itean, J II 1 11. kef
I.icaa In llilacily, Nov n,lh, John Iicea, a native
it Iretind, aeett lo eara.
Ibe funir i will lake place from rlie residence of Ilia
brother (tcorire Uicui, Knktii l'bte, ihia day (Salur
tlay) Nov lllh al at P. u r'rtenda ami actmiintanrea
are reMxlfulty lnned to attend, ban I rancltco pavra
SATURDAY, NOVEMilBR it. 1881.
All matter for the Saturday Press ilioulj be
adilreiin! to the " SATURDAY IRESS.H
In tiicWfffriVaH Jminal of Mlical Scitncts
for Ocliilwr, appears an ailiclc ujwn the suli-
jccl of "Contagion In I.cpriisy," unltcn by
James C. While, pnifcaaoi of drnnatotocy III
Ilanaril Unncrsilj. The known standing of
litis Unicrsily would alone be snlficicnt lo (ic
h eight lo the utterances of anyone lioliling
there a professorship; but the article here re
ferred to, aside from any such dt ri at ic con
sideration, is intrinsically xalunbli' for the facts
there presented, their logical arrangement, and
wrspicacity of reasoning, by which an irresist
ible conclusion in the aflitmatisc is arrisetl at
upon the nuajlett tpicslion of the contagious or
non-contagious nature of the terrible human
scourge which forms its subject.
KsKcially important to us, from considera
tions which arc sast and of a various nature, is
the filial solution of the question of contagion
in leprosy. It affects each indis idual of sociel) ;
the nation, hoih in regard lo its internal ns well
as its foreign policy as well from commercial
considerations, as thoc which nrc phjsical and
moral ; and last, but greatest of all, is its Itenr
ing tiM)ii the iics!ion, "What can be tlone to
sac Ibe nathe race?"
No country ujion llie face of the glolte neiils
more than little Hawaii, lliat definite conclu
sions in regard to this momentous question, be
aimed at, and none so much as that action,
film, decisite, uncompromising, immediate, lie
taken in accordance therewith. To-day, the
imputation of the Hawaiian Islands presents a
larger proportion of recognized IcK.rsthan that,
crhais,ofaiiyother country of theknown world.
That proiorliou, from vsmc cause, whether
known or not, is steadily increasing from year
lo j ear; and it is surprising to note the apathy
and indiflcience with which the fact is gener
ally regarded by our community, and by the
gin eminent in particular, lliat leprosy has,
here, been generally regarded as a contagious
disease is a facl, ami that the course of go em
inent in cntcting laws whereby the segrega
tion of Iqvrs has bem made compulsory, has
Item suhsimcnl toils recognition, is also a
fact. Hut an explanation of the scry partial
enforcement of those laws is to be found in the
weakness or corruption of the executive; in a
belief that though the disease i contagious, it is
slid but slighll) so ; and, pcihaps, also, in a be
lief I.Uily tillered, as to its amchoubility or
positive cure, under cutain circumstances, by
treatment of the tndiiidual; that leprosy is
stphihs, and that the proportion of thoNC con
stitutionally unaiiecled is scarcely more than
tnlintesnial. Now, jieoplc should be in ear
mat upon Ibis subject natives as well a,s for
eigners; it it one which affects themselves,
their children ami their childrcns' children.
II leprosy i contagious Ict rigorous means
lie unplovcd by which will lie scented the scg
regation of every dLcovcrablc lcer in the
Kingdom; if not, let the injustice of a dii
criminating segregation bo done away with,
and let the sulfner, doubly wronged by an un
justifiable ostracism from his home ami the so
ciety of las fellows, lie released from hit cus
tody and restoied to the arms of his family and
friends. What are the indications?
l-'or some time luck, according to the article
icfvited to, an impression Itai generally pre
vailed throughout the scientific world, that
leprosy was not contagious. This we know to
liav c Itecn enunciated as a belief entertained
by the Koyat College of rhvsicians of Eng
land ami fuimcd the basis of an opinion cx-pin-scd
by thou as a body, condemning the
practice of compulsory segregation of lepers as
applied to India. lWcvsor White, after speak -
of the rigorous means once cinplov cd through
out Kuroefor the segregation of lepers, sayti
"Whin in hter times, by the practice of se
clusion, then universally enforced, the disease
had nearly died out in Kurope, driven into the
outskhts of the continent where it las since
lingered, men uulgrcw their dread of it, ami
phjsicuns, their knowledge of it, and grew
ivadyjo accept any positive doclnne concern
ing lis etiology put faith by individual observ
er or scientific bodies. Thus it hapn.-ncd thai
in the present century, chlctly through the con
clusions of lloeck and Dauiclsson, founded
upon their study of the disease In Norw a) , an.l
through the leporli of physicians in many
parts of the woild, chic liy of a negative char
acter, coUectctl by Viichow and the Kngbdi
College of riiysicians, the opinion has been al
most univcrvall) adopted by the medical pro
fession that leprosy Is not contagious, and it it
endemic mostly because ft Is hcmlitat).
There has not lcu wanting, however, oliserv-
ers in the midst of the disease who deny (he
univciaalilv of the tacts upon which the dogma
of hcrrdil) has been based, and who claim
that thtaw wluch point lo hi runtagioua char
acter havetieen nrglectetl or misinlfipittctl."
The writer shout llut the proper field for
the study of the history (ctiolog)) of this dis
ease u not in such plifiTt as Nexway, where
the diveivc has esUtnl for centuries, and where
infected fauuliea lave intcruunied for uuny
generaiions. He holds tlut the appearance of
the disease it the descendants of atfected (uul-
lik rovc nothing a pi lew i "and the iarnc fact
of continuano: among idativrt nuy be used at
well, at the best evidence of lis com
uunicabilily. The theory of heredity
atill ik4 hold gsud in any iastaDcc
without the alJulc dcinonslriUon that
Inoculation hat been UuposiMc, The
C r WlnUma. r l ronrhiri Jrr. ocaclociia.
O W Marfatlane A Co, am bran, am a oats, am
W barley, iji bnleabay, fo plecaa riW 3 la fnenMnre'
llrewerto. tt UaU Mm: ca hnolaand alaiea;
l 111.1111. a. f. i. n tlrv tftwtda. S I lrev A Co,
the Jties 'if heredity and contagion are
not incumimtiole, however) they support
each other " Such U indisputably the cae
with avjilnlia, if not also with cancer and tub
erele "The immtlant point tobe determined
is the proof of the latter, not the dt.proval of
the former." The author, rejecting a Iretlef in
the reliability of information derived from a
study of the iliaeaat In situation, whete, in Its
protracted esivlcncc has been lost the memory
of its origin ami early progre, lias thought fit
to appeal to freshly devclojieil facts drawn from
various recent foci of the tllseasc n essential to
its proper study, as represented in such places
M the Hawaiian Islands, New llrtinswick,
l'ac Ilrclon, Certain of the Northern and
Southern stales, and California and Oregon.
The author place sonic sire uon the ftct
thit leprosy oeaus in an Infinitely larger pro
portion amortjt people, or clasae of people,
who have adopted the theory that it is heredi
taril) transmissible only, anil not commtmlc
ble by contact, or who, for oilier reasons have
trvrdetl the disease vvilhoitt dread, than
among thoe who holding an opposite theory
have been governed In their actions accordingly,
lie cite in supiort of such n view the remark
able prevalence of the disease on these islands
antl In Norway, referring particularly to the
greater proirtiin of lccr on these islands
among the nalivc and hilf-caalc population in
coniarii(in to tint existing among fonigncrs
who dread and avoid a contact with IcpcH.
The fact of ils recent introduction and its
rapid spread he deems to Ire Incompatible with
anv other theory than that of contagion, and
thinks that the short period of Iwcnly-ftvc
jears (about), which has elapsed since its
spread was first noticed, is altogether too short
a time in which It ilisscmiintion through
hcrcditry alone, could by any possibility has c
assumed the terrible significance it osscssc
In-day. I'vcn assuming the theory of conta
gion, considering the tardy characteristic of
the disease, the rapidity of it spread would
require the existence of special and unusual
circumstances not commonly existing among
communities; ami these he finds in such prac
tices as "the crowding together of large fami
lies in small huts, sharing the same mats and
blankets, eating xji with the fingers from the
same calabash, drinking of arvt (aw a) from the,
same vessel, passing the pipe from mouth to
mouth, the absence of all fear of the
disease as a bar to ordinary association, cohabi.
talion or marriage."
Such influences he considers to have ac
counted for the like spread of sj philis over the
Islands (a disease which no one to-day would
deny is contagious as will as hcrcditarv) and
jet the particular source of contagion could
not lie definitely traced in one case out of a
hundred. The author, too, contemplating the
fact of the wide spread of s) philis among the
population, credits the debilitating influence
(hat that disease has so universally exerted
among the people, as an important factor in
paving the way for a reception of leprosy,
still regarding, however, the two diseases as
utterly distinct from each other.
7V l C. A. AND t.EPKOSY.
The J C. A., in admitting that "there is
much complaint alrout lepers in ilitTcrcnt parts
of the country not being removed to the leper
settlement or branch hospital," makes no at
tempt to deny the fact that the isolation of
lciers, actonling lo aw, has been badly neg
lected. The usual attempt to excuse the bad
conduct of government, however, is brought
forward, and the mir of means, pleaded in
behalf of a delinquent Hoard of Health. The
same monotonous tune has bcin sung by the
apologists of Gibson and his associates in an
swer to cv cry charge which has lieen uttered
against them, U) the public, in regard to their
want of ability to cope with the work before
them. When the roads needed fixing, and the
eople began complaining that nothing was
being done, it was discovered that there was
no money in the treasury for the purpose ;
people woulel be compelled to wait until the
taxes had been paid in. Afterwards it was dis
covered that the appropriations were not large
enough, the Organ modestly suggesting that
the city lie !ncuiioratcd and take care of the
roads itself. And we would not be suprised
some day, to find it recommending that benev
olent societies uy for the care of roads on the
ground that the) were dangerous to life.
The Organ tells, us ; " In no country ex
cept this docs the government provide so
extensively for hospital accommodation and
treatment." Did the brilliant genius who runs
the editorial pen of that paper ever think
whtie tht monty came from with which the
" gov crnment " has lieen so w onderfully liberal
in providingfor the wants of lepers. U'c should
like to be informed alsojiy the '. C. -., in
what civiliied countries of the globe does it
find the management of infectious or conta
gious disease, requiring quarantine, thrust
iqion " private ln-nevolence." The people
hire ungrudgingly contribute in taxes and
otherwise, an amount amply sufficient to'run
any other than a spendthrift government, that
has allowed without a murmur a larger appro
priation of funds lobe devotee! lo the mainte
nance of lciers, linn lias ever before been
made. Mr. tiibson, as 1'iesidcnt of the lkiard
of Health, got all that he asked for, and
enough to efficiently carry out any sanitary
regulations the country needs ; and it is sheer
impudence for his organ to now commence
talking of short funds, and suggesting that
" there is now a noble oportunity for those
who feel deeply the sad misfortune to the
country of leprosy, to help the government tn
provide for the isolation and treatment of
cpcr." They have "hcled," ami liberally
too j Imt If the government are going tosquan
der the money of the people in useless extrava
gance, the leper at well as others who need
assl-dancc, must suffer as a consequence. If
the funds in the hands of the President of the
lkiard of Health are short, as the '. C, A. saxs
they are, it creates a nstural suspicion that
they have not been used for, the purposes for
which they were intended.
llut, speaking about hospital provision by
the government, Ict us see what is actually the
case with the only hospital, properly so
called, that they pretend in any way o tup
port the Queen's Hospital. The expense of
tliat institution during the last biennial period
were derived, from pay patients. $10,000; from
passenger, tax $15,0x1; appropriation by legis
lature $ I J.taxi. This institution wai started
and has been mainly tupiurtcd by private
I'roltably what the AJnrtiur is hinting at,
is thu 1 llut a few of the wealthy people of the
place should be nude lo spend their fortune
tn bcncrulcncc, ami leave UUUon and hit col
leagues to spend the treasury funds in corona,
tions artel other measure of an allied nature.
WHOSE .VOXXV S COMPLETING
THE PALACE t
According to the best infoniution obtain
able, all the money appiopriiU-d for comple
tion of the Palace and improving the Palace
grounds las long since beeu cipcDefcd, )et the
good work goes bravely on. What fund, we
would ask, is being illegally drawn upon
Have the present advisvrt of Ihe King to soon
forgotten their legislative record on that
"transfer" question? If to, how will they
evade the auditor-general? or have they been
so industiiout In anticipating hi insUlbuEttt in
office that he merely couie to loci, an " empty
stable?" 1'oaaiUy the Kbig CaMtiatusg the
work at hU individual expetvse. lie might do
so with propriety and without materially re dark cloud at sunrise, forming an exact coun
tlucing his Income if he had a few more arte j terjiait lo a comet's tail,
sian wells lo sell lo the minister of the interior. The various speculations and predictions ad
Variotn rumors are current In reference to, vanceii by astronomers, few of which have been
where the funds are obtained for carrying on
this important (?) public work, one of which
is, that a certain prominent capitalist is fur
nishing Ihe money in llie expectation of being
lilierally reimbursed al the next legislative ses
sion, it is not stated whether the "extra
coronative" session will act ujion hit claim, or
whether it will Ire left over for Ihe next regu
lar session. At the first gtance litis story ap
pear exceedingly gtiuy, and most' persons
would Ire tempted tn invite Ihcir Informer to
seek some half-dcmentctl marine and whiser
it to him oftly, so as not to shock him into
disliehcf) but, on thinking the matter over,
Ihe profaVvitlon appears quite possible. Ki
ps-dally is it m when considered in conjunction
with late iKilitical manipulations.
It will be seen that very little r!k would
attend the isvestment if secured by the pledge
of Our Comtllutlonal Monarch, who, accord
ing to Ihe organ of his lieloviil Premier, has
proven himself such an adept In Influencing
elections and legislation ( that is, providing
the question Is to be met by the flock of assess
ors and district judge at the "extra corona
live" session, llut if It i to be ostponed
until the next regular session Ihe chance of
profitable reimbursement arc against the capi
talist. There seems to be n dilfucnccof opin
ion as to who this speculative party Is. Some
accuse the departed millionaire who nlready
has such a ben tqion the country, while others,
who claim to be equally wise, give tha credit
to a lately created noble, who didn't approve
of politics being meddled with by the Planter'
Association. Others say tint ihe parly In
question belongs to that very numerous body
of innncved men who have been so eager to
take the "two million loan."
llut whether the money lieing cxjicndcd has
been appropriated for sonic other ptirxc,
whether it come from the Kings private purse
or is furnished by some speculator, there is no
question that n large amount has been and is
luing expended on the palace and grounds,
while other and more imxirtant work I suffer
ing neglect. The condition of our street Is
simply disgraceful; iiiqiortant public works
cannot be begun, such a the Pali road, liar
lior Improvements, etc. The ministry say that
it is for want of money. Yet they cry: "Do
not arraign us. before we have had a clnnce;
wait and see whit we will do." It would
seem that if the same real were displavcd in
raising money for necessary purposes that has
been shown in completing the palace and in
smiling chamlicrlains, etc., abroad on absurd
coronation duty, some takirs might lie found
for the two million loan, and improvements,
for which the people are clamoring, might lie
Ixirun. Hovvevtr, there will be n day M
The '. C. AJtei liter thinks that sensational
journalism is about plavcd out on these islands.
Itsavs: "A few print here who have tie
rivcil their original inspiration from the sensa
tionalism in vogue in the United States, hoe
to get up a pa) ing enterprise by catering to
what they deem a wide spread scnsational.elc
ment in this community, but we think they arc
mistaken." We don't think tint there is much
room for mistake, if such papers as are opposed
to the views and policy of the Advertiser Co.,
can properly be called sensational, and the
support they gel in comparison with that re
ceived by it, is any indication of the character
of that support. According to such a theory,
the capacity for "sensationalism" in this com
munity must lie large indeed, for it supports all
the papers printed here, with the exception of
those published at Ihe Advertiser office. ."The
general intelligence oflili community want in
formation and not squabbles," and that is why
Ihe anil-government papers are so largely sup
ported hy all classes. "We sincerely believe
(it says) that planters care more for principles
titan personalities." Uxaclly so our brother,
and tint is why they, as a unit, at their late
assembling endorsed the iolicy and tone of
such papers as llie Gazelle and Saiuruav
Prfss, and condemned ever)thing that )our
boss had done in Ihe administration of govern
nicnt affairs, and which )ou had devoted )Our
entile time and attention to bolstering up.
You, very correctly, say ; "the whole com
munity want to lie served with correct news
and valuable information." Perhaps you have
come to the conclusion that it is about time )ou
furnished them with some; ifso, we agree with
The '. C, A. sa)s: "On Monday an unusual
numlier of alleged drunks were brought up be
fore the Police Magistrate. This is owing toa
noticeable real and activity of certain temper
ance organization." We believe the fact ; but
not the explanations ; and that the agency of
temperance organizations had nothing to do,
with Ihe numlier of arrests. Our explanation
is, the great Increase of drunkenness and
brawling under the new law, and the inability
of the government to niter ignore the com
plaints of injured individuals, notwithstanding
its tendency lo " Ict things slide," We agree
entirely with the '. C.A., however, when it
sa)si "It will be more promotive of public
viituc to have arrested an influential foreigner
or an influential native for King drunk than a
common kanaka, or South Sea Islander ;" but
we know of none so likely to suffer by such an
application of the law, as some vvhoare sup
posed to be connected with the administration
of government, We also agree with like sen'
timents in regard to gambling. I.el the gov
ernment begin high up, if it dare, and it will
Ire able to command the rcscct of honest men
and such journals as are supioscd to represent
them. W e vv ivh lo see no exceptions on account
of official status, however. IaI tjie government
rAirf Ike M and it w ill l aided in teeing it
The cornel of 1 88a has now (Nov. 10) lieen
in sight, llfi)-thrrv days, or rather night,
having been first seen at these islands on ihe
morning of Sept, IS, alrout Ihe same time it.
was observed in vhc United States. The early
predictions concerning it and its "movements,
made by astronomers ami scientists, have not
proved correct, and the general belief now it
that this comet has never bcfoie lieen olnerved,
It U large, it passed nearer tn the tun lhan
most cornels hate done, and it apparently
moving more ilowly than prev lout comets have
done. The early estimates of its motion gave
it a stil of one ami a half millions of miles a
day. It leas evidently now passed the earth,
moving in a westerly course, about twelve mil
lions of miles distant, at has lecn calculated,
and may continue in sight during the whole of
lleit month of November, It ran beat lieob
served now between three and four o'clock on
clear mornings. ,
In sinc retecs, this comet resembles that
of 1S11, which had a tail scry much like it, 25
in length, anil 6 In width at its broadest point,
Sir William llcrwhct described that at having
hit) a nucleus aiS miUs in diameter, and of
ruddy hue. The till of the comet as it now
appears i somewhat shorter, and lets broad
than that of 1811, lull other w Ue very similar.
Begirding the tails of cornets, the ruoat plausi
ble theory it that they coBHtt of electric or
pruaprtorcsctfii Ught, thrown owl by the rapid
motion j or it may be sianply .Oic tun's rays
paasleg Ihrough (be buetue electric Ught that
tuiuouats the corner's tsuciesw, as the rays of
the ten arc ortca tu tshes putting through
realiicd, show hrtw little is known of comets,
the substance they are composed of, or the
laws that regulate their movements. The most
plausible theory seems to be that they are
world cither in procc. of formation or de
struction, and their movements arc controlled
by different laws than those which regulate
our solar system.
In this connection, it may lie interesting to
note, tint the nights of Novcmlrcr I J and 1 1
from midnight till down arc the dales when
lite earth annually iasses through what is
termed the " meteoric licit," and meteor or
shooting stars nrc often very numerous, nt
many a 8000 having lieen seen In one night
The display is sometimes much greater in one
country than in another.
THINGS WISH AN) ortEnii'isn.
The txiel laureate of the llnletin deerve
the Order of the Golden Crown of Hawaii for
"The Song of the Minister of Foreign Affairs"
in )cstcrd.i)'s issue.
The finance tlcpaitinent advertise for appli
cation for any portion of the new government
loan up to $$00,000, the same to bear Interest
at 6 per cent. Don't all speak at once I
To the ' Titers opinion of this weik's f7ii
telle being rot, an expression I given that it is
because It Is so devoted to the rottenness of
the government. Another asks If It is because
it has ceased lo quote the Hongkong )aily
Aniore scrv lie, Ofwfiijcxprcsslon would
be hard to find linn this from the 'Tiser dally
of the 19II1 Instants "As for the
birthright pail, we suppose that if adventurers
like htm (Ed. Gatette) and ourselves inamgc
to feather our nests In Hawaii tie! 'tis as much
as vvc have a reasonable claim to." We hold
that It Is every man's right lo make the best
use of the talents he is endowed with, in what
ever calling he is placed.
We rejoiced in our heart when we heard that
the present editor of the '. C. A, had mounted
the tripod of that journal, for we longed to be
enlightened about the Celestial I'mplrc and
it wonderful people. Our hopes havci not
bccli disappointed, for since his ascendency he
ha improved Ins oppoitunity and given his
readers the much appreciated excerpts from
the Hongkong Daily Piess and North China
Great men, it is said, feel for each other,
when they meet, a sott of intuitive admiration
an instinctive resiect as it weie, even though
they be strangers. Notable evidence of this
was afforded the other ihy at the Palace when
the great " Mexico Hill" met the notorious
Premier Cfibson. The presence of His Majesty
was forgotten by each in their severe attack of
mutual admiration. It is rumored that a mili
tary x)silion is to be offtred the distinguished
Well-grounded opposition is a good thing
and the means of accomplishing good results,
but extra care should be taken to guard against
erroneous statements, lest the well-meant effort
fails the mirk. We regret to sec our Wednes
day contemporary unking the unjust charge
tliat, "in order to raise money the customs
were screwed up to the highest tension." In
our frcqvTcnt business dealings with the cus
toms dciartmcnt we have found the same rule
and rates of duties prevail alike to all parlies,
am! we think this has lccn the cxjieriencc of
others. There may lie differences of opinion
In regard to free or dutiable articles under ihe
treaty, but we know of no narrowing of the
lines from what has generally ruled.
" There has In.cn a gooel deal of talk dining
the week past" remarks the '. C. A., "con
cerning the Hand and the Hotel," nnd, we
might add, the talk still continues. Plausible
reasons are giv en why the Hand should not play
at the Hotel, but it is a little queer tint the
discovery Tias just lieen made. The seating
capacity for guests, on the verandah and in the
(rounds, is. with the benches lately added,
ereatir than at Emma Snuarc. We doubt if
there lus ever lieen a concert given there
when "the occupants of the Hotel formed
even one-half of the audience. 'Ihe J', C. A.
might just as well have slated the truth
squarely, and said thai pla)ing was prohibited
there because the manager of the Hotel
nroiniulv and richtfully refused to break Ihe
statutes and render himself liable lo prosecu
tion to please the otiici.il who controls the
action of the Hand.
nts Majesty the King
Will be pleaded to receive the public at lolani Palace
(hi Wcdncsda), the. ijth instant, from to to 11:30 A, M.
There will be 110 r etc H ion on 'lhurvday, the itth innt.
tDWARD W. PURVIS,
Ii5.1t lUs Majesty's Acting Chainbetlaln.
Office of Superintendent of Water Works,
Honolulu, Jul) 3, 1B81.
All (tenons having Water Privileges are notified tliat
their Watlr Ratls arc payabte mi annually, in ad
vance, at the ofT.ee of the Superintendent of Water
Works, font of Nuiunuu street, upon the 1st day of
January and July of eaih ) ear. C Ik WII.50N,
115 if SujwrimenJent Water Works
'the At llrilUh Steamship
W. II, Ubaulkv, Commander
MILL iail roR
HONGKONG OK OR ABOUT DIXKMllt.R ijtm
For freight or pawage pply to
115 II, IIACT.KKl.Di CO,, Agents.
tillhe rrcvivedat the office of the undersigned
until noon, SA1URUW, the ajth U .Ny.emt.cr. iM.
for a lease of ten yean, fron the tuof iVccmbcr, t&, of
the ftfttnitc in Man Valley, UrlotJgui.: to the euaie
tf thailcs lxig, deccasetj. Offers A teruu tl lease
maybe nude for the m prcmiw citbr as a whole or
separately, for one, Iwv or three ct the fuItotng ditto
ton of the wmct i. c,t
Mr (Tie Homestead anil IaA ULmgin thereto,
Second -The KuU lud, with the Uanarut, and
other Impruvcmenis thereon.
Third The Kak and Rke utthes, with the rice
Hue growing In them.
pOMcsavion ta be given immediately, Suneye ai)
deeds M eipeiue of lew.
Rents payable teiiU -Annually, in advance.
The undemgncdl resent 1 bijuelf the tight t de
cline Mf or ail lenders either for the hole U the
premises, or for any or all of the separate ks above.
ror further lurtkvUrs apply to
r. a. suiAtvett,
1 1 l-y Admr. Kaau of Cltas. Img.
Nvw aiUUe, with good ftctente I
1 Cuok"can ah and Iron.
1 Couk t lhn to ftuake luauelf gnwiady uwifel la
f Cruottt ami CKjaxhwan.
I Smart Nui -( rally useful
la Nuiue UaUorcn nt siplvyacnt
Appljf fross. t to 10 a. n.
iifit No. M Ktvpg street.
OK TUESDAY EVESINO NEXT
CAPTAIV O. K.
will itim a tAcuai oh
Al the library ajad UttAttnt Kujm KaU, mi Port iu
CANTA CLAUS' IIKADQUARTEnS,
No. 106 Foit Streel, Honolulu.
Re-opens this IDay
I'KriSKNTS I OK Tim SUASBtf, i,
am rxtttireWt AitjixrMKfT fir
Prominent nnronft which Is llie array of
Books for oil Classes
A N I) A O K S
IO I1KAUIIIV AM. IIOMIS.
III (Il.AliUHN Ml II HANTS,
riNP. I.KAIIIKK (5001)5, AI.I1UMS,
Toyn nnd Fnncy Good In variety.
Lunch and Hand HaaWls,
Hand Rigs, flush and leather;
VVIiisk (trusties and HuMcrs,
Shawl anil Sclinnl Straps,
Circuhr tans, in nickel, leather
and (lush finish; Silk and
I lantlkercliief, Collar and CulT lloxes,
Stereoscol.es and Vleuf
KubWr and Celluloid Sets of Comb
(brush nnd mirror) In leather and
(lilt framed Mirrors.
Meirruco, plush and olive-wood Work lloxes and
Kbonitcil Kali, Cabinets Hook Uncls, Prame,
in a fine variety.
Tramc-il Artotjes ; .ileal Heat!, plitn ami hind
I Minted, aswrtctl &ize; I rnmed btatiurjt "
kortcd i, nnd Mil'jccU t '1 nniareiia
dei, 3 tizes; another lot of
Artot) pes, hi choicest
and latet subjects,
can be had with or without frames; I'hoto and I'lornl
1'aneU, framed and iinframed I'oetS, on gilt
mount, with hind Am ting.
LCATHCk GOODS, ETC.
Photo. Album, Auto. Album. Card Albums &
sorted nnd Miles of binding ; leather ISachel
leather and 1'ludt roc Let books. Leather, 'I ortoi.fc!iell
and 1'tush Card Casct ; bilk Hags, Cigarette and Cigar
Ca; Purses, in leather. pluJi, etc.; Inkstands Card
Caws, Paper Weight a, Paitcti, in latest ivt)lcs; II
luminatcd Note Paper and CurreMwrtdence Cards.
VntinK IfekU, Urvnie Goods; CHKlSlMASCAKDlj
In variety of subjects figure, floral, fern and emblem
tttic, plain and cuilHK&ed -uncle plain, and single and
double silk fnnKed. NhV KAK'S CARDS lii sinii
lar varieties. Alo, Birthday Cards and I loral and
Ilird Reward Cards
TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC.
Oak Wa;on Wheelbarrows, Carts, Doll's Wagons,
Rocktnc Horses, Shoo Hy Rockers, Velocipedes H
cities. Tool Chests, Hilliard 'I ablet, Chairs, Doll's
Irunks Wath Sets, Dolls Houses, tlcuvy Artillery,
Model Parms Uuilding and other 1 Hocks Ten Pius,
Steamboats, 'lln 1'ovs In taricly, Railroads, Hanks,
Dolls and Doll Furniture, China and Ilntannia 'lea
Sets, 1 Kill's Sundries heads, amis, shoes hats etc.
Halls, lops Musical Instruments, Water Colors
Kx ten won Hedtcad and Cradles, Marble-top
PUESENTATION HOOKS AND POETS.
llie following Ii4 of Hooks presents but a 1 sort ion of
the stock prodded for the wants of this Hlaitd coin
Indian Summer;Great Painters; Homely .Scenes; Sett
Wild 1- lowers, rlo. and tree elf.: Leonold's Shakrstteare.
eh and hlf elf.! Oardui rioters clo and tree elf.;
I it tie Women, lit Ktn.t cto. and elf.; l.ucile, HI. edn.,
clo.. elf. and inor,; World at Home; American Pictures;
iiiuiAii 111 in cs j i.iiKiiui iiciures , .iieuKerranean ;
Parka and Harden; I nine's Sketch liouk ; laurel
Ixavee; Etching and Etchers j Schiller's Lay of the
Hell; Monti Retzsch's Outlines to Shakespeare's Dra
niatic Works: Princess Heat rice Hirthday Itook: Ills
lory or Painting; Paul lcrolxs Science and Iatera
lure of Middle Ages; Elgliteenth Century, and Arts In
the Middle Arcs; Print Loilector; llie Universe ; life
and Works of Oilbert Smart; 'Hie Cotter's Saturday
.Sight; IW Hells; Moore's Irish Melodic: Songs of
heven; library of UntUh Poets, 3 vols., hlf mor.;
llacrgala Poems, plain and hand painted coerst
Sltadow of the Rock ; Changed Cross hand iaiiiiet
coven! Home, Sweet Home; Purple and (kU; llol
land's Complete Poems clo. and hlf elf.: IMrv HroWn
ing'e litems, cto. ami clf.t Jean Inge low's Poeuu ;
Moorc'i Poems; Hayard la)lor'a Pvwius; Holme
Poems; Owen Meretrnh's Poernt; Camplaell's Pikius;
Favorite pocuut Poetry of lowers; Huter Sweet;
Kathrina, Her Life and Mine; Coleridge's Poem;
iK-ron's Poems ; 'num)oii's Poems ; tower ' I'oeui ;
Aldrtch's Poruisj Roger's Puems; I.1 ton's Puems;
Aintvwofih's porms; Coldiiiilris Pcms; Heman'e
Poem; OsUan's Poems; Crabbe'i Poems; Homer's
Od)ssey: Pope's Poems; Hftbert's Poem; Kltke
Whilc'a IVjeins; Shelley' Puems; Songs, sacred and
dcsottonal; laMigfellow pucmsj 'letinvsou IVjcntt;
Golden Poems; Waril wort It's Poem Dante's Poems;
Drifting Snuurtakes, iiueml New Soncs fur lit lie iu-
ple; Utile Peotle of the Snow; The Rom; Schol
and Masters of rainttng; Aronml the Huh; Abide
WuhMe; He Civeih IIU lUlovcd Sleep; Open ie.
same; tvaceUkv; W ooiii of the Water Witch : Pretty
Pck2v. and otlwr UJLhTtt la
.1st lauktug Juward bunvct ;
In. Motklards litems 1 I tianatunus t ScndJ Ktl
quelle; Hamuli lane, ChiUlrrn c4 llie VUUie; Con
tenijonuy Art; lluuon Town; The Shejtlierd lady.
com rum: sets nv standkd auihors.
HLaory of EngLutJ, by MacauUy, 3 yols
W01 k of Chatleii Lanib. t uls
Macaulay't Couiplete Works voJs.
t uays and J Veins 1 &)
Mcrtlncaii" lliaoryof Engtanil, 5 vols.
Irving' Complete Weeks vols.
ItcaoMtencId Works 11 wis.
Dr. Holland Works 16 vols.
I alee from r oreign Tongues, t vols.
'lhoina mOuin-ey S orks 6 lots
Mrs. A- D. T. M huney's Works voCt.
Nathajticl Hiethom's. Woiks j vols.
Knight' HWtory of England, vols
MolW Drajuatic Works ol.
Ifevout ClAuks 4
Half Hour ssiih Het Authors, j vols., by Charles
Chaite DH-ken' Esrebiv Edition, u vvl
' Carlton Edttuwi, 13 vUv
LJbrary -oh ion, yut
lleniy rUIdiu' U wis J Vol.
Srukesiware's Works, bv Knuh.
t-an.1 of ibe ilklnUhi bun, 1 tola.
.a1 lands by Cuotter. vols.. taltoLsX UW
RomaiKe of Htaorv. bv UitlcttniclaaJ. ItJv.
e U ft
r ranee, apaw anu itMia s vou
sajupMigruu tne uu vtar, n vou.
1 he KL.tf's Secret, e vols.
Life, Letters I tc, of (ejrgf Tkkoor, t vols
Hbtorv of the Kowun tinder the Linoire. t vols.
llavta Ki o4 fU ethe Cuiiede ra Ctwcrninenl,
lateraiiue and literary Alee U Great Britain and
irciatta, 1 vols.
edere prceaptty ailritdej to, and gctidt fw other
paacked wnhcajc and ivhlpped Aotvrdwg to dsrec
I ull fuaruewxta should W et ta guide w aU
takuluat fwr other.
TstoatAs .. Tsmvat.
-MIOICB MISCHLXANEOUS WORKS,
SANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS
No. 100 Fort Stror.1.
Books of Art,
Qrrtnt Pnlntctr of Chrltoiiditmt
Origiml Portraits of Washington,
'I I,.. Ilhtin tn Mnttittl.
Homely Scenes from ('teat Painter,
Iliesden Uillcry.Titiaii Gallery,
Hngrav Ing from Itnndscer,
I 'anions Park and Garden of the World,
Hooks of Sicrcd Poem.
Talo fnm Forrign Tongues, 4 volumee.
Dieka's Dictktniry HUter.
Stories From My Attic.
'I he Story of Attn Portrait of n ljulyt
On the lhrcvholJ. Manliness tX Chri-.l.
Cloth or Oold. 'thoughts of Many IjxfmIs.
I'riidence I'alfrty. Marjoric Daw,
Mjths and Mjtlmiakers
Alite ami Phoel-e Cary.
uncle 10m -Jioin.
History nnd Doctrine of a Future I ife.
Origin and Progress of KngtiOi I ilernitire.
laipptnoott s rroitouncing ificiiomry 01 uie ttniiu.
Hadn' Dictlotnry of i
Colt em's Ouarto
'Ihe lever's Province.
'I"he Pearl tounialn.
Art and Art'iMs in Connecticut.
Tliirty Veam Poems, new and old.
Rh)me nnd Reason.
(teneieve of llrnhant.
Child I ife, in prose.
Voice of Mope and Madness
HullJing of llie Sliii.
Practical Hint on Wood Engraving.
I hu Women. t t
'thoughts on Religion Life.
Management of Cluldrcii.
Watting at the Cross
HUloryof the (I real Reform.it ion.
Outline IlIiKtr-itions to Schiller's Tight with the
Dragon, by M011U Retisch.
'l"he Sunnj'side Iluok.
'llie History of at Itook.
I rench Pictures.
Story of Ruth.
The Days of Chivatrj, Kngtiih tekt.
Merry Maple Leaves.
'Hie I irst of May.(
Pocket Classical Dictiouiry.
Outline of the History of Art, hy l.utke,
I ife and Word of Cluitt.
lire ton Folk.
'Ihe Ceramic Art.
Farm and liresule.
Humorous Poetry of the FnglMi l.ati,uige.
Pilgrims Progress, htotliard, j hoto. ills.
eus, by Deem,
.ife of Aaron Hurr, a ols--Roman
Sketching front Nature,
legend of 't7ioinas Did smut.
'lhoughts on the Holy Oospels
Why Four floel.
He lie's Pink Pouts.
Ilahs Picture (i-iller).
Dore's Fairy Tale.
Spoilt and Pastime.
Wliat Girl Can IK.
Cat and( Dogs
Red Rid ing. mod.
rive Happy Weeks
Apple of Gold.
1 title .Meg' Children.
Doll)' New Shoe.
Phe Children1 Rook.
Muvsic, Pictureand Favorite
Pus in Hoots.
Mustard and Cress.
1 least sand Uirds.
huuOiineand Rainy I)j)t.
Rose and Her Pets.
The Ilodley llook.
UnJcr the Dog htar.
Clover 1 leach.
Dnfiuig Kouod the World. Young American in Japan.
Children1 Crusade, Lojal Ron'ms.
Rounsoti Crusoe. t Swiss tauiily Rohinson.
Itihlc Stories for little one.
Sunbeam Stories, together with 'loy Houks, cloth
and (taper, in variet),
CHU.DKEN'S StnS, OR LIHRXRIES
Rosedale ; Sunday Mbrary ; College Library ; Choice
Sent; Popular Ubrary; Cosy ConwrSeric; Kitten
uiuntiy; a3uiiinuie nnu nusy ieo scries; KOie 1 or
Scries; Cloverly Series! Ma field Uhrary; Knowing
and Doing Library, Jolly Good Stories : American
Pioneer aiitl Patriot Series: llawiritji-tuc Iiiittuli-
lnt'Ict Series; Apron String Library; Mule W
Senej Jean Ingelow Stories; Crowell Sunday School
t Lrowell Sunday School
Nos. 9 and j, 15 vols, each,
i.iiraues, u. i, 30 you
and No. 4t 3O vol.
From the Amkrican Tbact Socikt' 1 biblical ions, for
Sunday School 'Icachcr or ramdy Libraries!
Amusement; Ahnot a Man; Almost a Woman;
Ada and Cert) ; Anion if the Alps; Ueaut, Hands; Itluc
Itade lto; lUndof Si ; lleity and Harry; Climber;
Chruvtmaajack; Credent and Cross; Crown of Glory;
Christ In Geruuii Home, Champion's Reference; IX..
Will; Daughter of Armenia; Daisy Rank; iKm Mis
take; Lthif' iSrarls; Ldith hcmiers; hiilMed Life;
Ixliu Harnngton; Finily Ashton; Frolic on Journey:
At Seaside, ami Friend at Maple Grove ; Folded
Hands; tour to Fourteen; Hf.ne; Foot on Sill;
Father' Houk: Fortrstvilte Sheave; Hoy Llnddcy
hollowing on to Know; Guiding Ughts ; Hope Cattle;
Harry Fennlniore; Hestor 1,cikk; llongkong; Helen
Gray: Hours with (JirUj Handsome Marry; Hard
ProinUem; How Hjiiuc Grew; Her Uttlo WoiM;
Heroes' Charity: Into Light; Jean Morrison; Jaanj
Little Mother; I.ifn's Itattle; Lniunillc ; Iiikie's
Irlalt: Uttie Lane, Lucy Woudviile; Little 'ligs;
Utile Soldier; Marie .Manning; May Stanhope: Mis
llenedict. Our Three Hoy; Nut to Crack; Nrlhe
New Year, New Home ; Majoric' (hoM car ; Peruxi
of ChiKt ; Out cf Way. Out of Fold, Old Schuulf
tow; Signal lag; Sibil Grey; Ruthie' Venture;
Summer in l crest; Keii's sommon Sense; Six Hoys;
""" u""i M.aiu . hi . imui siuirf
Sands' laltht Storm of Life: Stories for Sunday;
htjtKncd ; Under Shelter ; Up Stair; HtKoe; I airy,
port ; Sclhjul GiiU;'Ihei and Hugo; TWny Path;
Victory Won; Working and Winnuigt Woikmcn! VV al
he and Hirdie! Vusef; Winnie's lemptatlun; Madge
Marland; llaln Palh; Prep of Day J Swallow'
llir die's; 1 1 right F)c; Bible Stories: Dear Old Siotics;
HiAtory of Salomon; History cf laul; Old, Old Story;
Moniim; Star: Jessie' lirst Pranr; Day Dan;
Daily (oud; Dully Teat; 1 laity light, for evening
and morning ; CtirU's lrotniscl HeartLifc, 1 each ;
Moil Ubrary, No, t, a ami 3, of 50 vol, each, to
gether witha variety of N" nature book m mis in tiny
bote and ingle ; Family HilJe, 3 vol,, new Ul, wuh
note; Dutionaryof Itible; Cottcordance ; llibt leat
IkjoL; Conifunion tu InMe Sacred, (Jeog. and Ant.
IxcS 01 New 1 eriauiei.t ; ock' CotninunjUc Put ket
bouk; Hi rough Itible limlt; Ad Fkleau; FreCoeluiii;
Pater Mundi ; Got' Word ; Old Uible ; Modem IouU;
Daphcne; Pi I j run's ProgreM; Jliaory of the Hugue
not) Home IleAsaMric ; Nw Fife J
rmUjr Qtuarto Bible,
Teacher' Ilibl, auoited sites; assorted p.ibies, Urge
and small print, wuh and wiihutit icfcrencnj asortcd
I caaineiits f'" fVct lu Urge si.sv
iwimi ui Eileen, isuwianu Jim. I'aul ermeri
All order lompily aiirnde.1 tu, and gJ fur the
uUrbUndui,ke uh care and shipiwj anrorduufiu
duMtivttS r ull induction slmuld be seut to guide In
THOMAS O. THMUBf,
PUBLIC NOTICE I
The Undersigned, luting pur t hated
I'ism If R. , II Kirill KKLLIKOLANl.tbe IaaO
of KOH1LIPAL1 ana HILLA, In Kait.
IUii, Kahua. Ilihiu, ud Kuaa-
Uaa.it! KohaLs IUaii,i
& iKlt l'iiI. L'a.m ...
IVvaauttaXu. and Kxiwauli.
tuulKl lt llauakua, lla.J llaa-J.i.
(, Uul UauAtihut attiutatl oo Maail, Katthal,
alatl ua LaoaL Almi lU luta id UuJ tuvialn
HwvJulu, aritX ViMiaa u lU.
WILMCA ul CSrULAM WUXMB.
NmL-b I. L..!. lu it... n , ,...; - 11 1
! rcau U aU Urtd, w wyaUe la my fagcrtt, I'. f7.
(niCK.-lU.ici tttkiu.l f.utu A W KltKU
w lit. lUttl. ritla .Ad bursal io lU Omary
:aa saa I cat alrMt. k La mtt I... -.!-.- tn am imi
niswiiaMiMBratBi ra. j. LLVKY ar I-., vaa 1
kstbt. by airirt aUMtka. uaauanw aal th. aaai uf
fay H-. w mm , Vr.UHH
Uaoved uWM My prfWUtur MfX '
P O. HAUL ft SON,
VAU. ATTtstlOl Til
A SplereJU New 11 tt Ifeetl A IVlrttin's
Silver PI a ted Ware
Juf OtitNFn Ann now fort Sai.
This Is Ihe finest eltlan of ihese gmals erer rjTereJ
in this matVel. All of Ihe litevl snel inol teauliful tie
slirna, Alas a very che.it. M of
'rtnth Poirtain and Glass Decorated Vases,
rji'irrr Nkw in this Makst
soon tvv Artaur, A client i.ot or
GORHAM SOLID SILVER WARE,
IN OKKAT VARIirrV,
All of hith are ninft sullaUe fat Chrlslmas, Weil
tllh an.1 irinhtlay Rifla, All are eorvflally Intiletl lo
call awl asamln. tlvaaw rteautiful toods, hut l. n t y
imleM yrw wvint Ira.
WK MVVr. AIM TOH SLR THK NFW
uitd'iiua Wasiing- irictttr,
of 1 lawaflsn Invenllon mvj manufaelure; frot-Kl atlltle
Atll on hand Tint rT AorM,NT or
IN Til It MARKftr.
Twrnty-two OipFKiirNT Bum an Kinim
Hall Steel Plow, tutting from 5 lu 14 Inchee, H
it, 14. tsnndttVinch Iheaker, 14 Inch KultOuee
Sulvsod Plows llir Ilirrow Pows Shle Hill
Pious tt, ti and it inches. i&iiKh .Milky
Plow, made -ecUtly lot Ilamakua
Phnttttions, No. 1 liiickejeMuw
ers Plow handles etirt jwints
nnd lrnu. fur all plow
that we keep.
of all lin.lv
MI.CIIANILS' IOOI-S, SIIKI.P IIAKDWAKI'.
all llntls NAI I.S an.1 Sl'l KI'.S, .11 Liiuls ami
sires, IiT.r.n A II K ION'S ChU
In great variety and in
VERY BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS.
STOVES AND RANGES
of many linds and sires
Wo mule?) a upociiiity of
And having over.oooltrs of IIUIIUUIK'S WHI1K
I. FAD and INC of diilVrent qualities leside
n full line of nil DRV PAIN IS wanted, and
over aK,tmu gallunsfjrfcllUIJHl'CK.'b hest
itale lEUll.l.if M.NMM'.i un., we
can wll at the lowest figure.
er 9,uoo gallon ot
BEST LUBRICATING OILS,
by the Uriel, case or gallon. MASURYS HOUSK
and LOUI COLORS, the best American
Paint known. We luve now the
Iinrpoat itook of
the Fast and France, eter offered
in tht Market
Rut we will not attempt to enumerate any more of ihe
inousami ami one article inai we keep, a it wotuu
cover more than a wtiole jage of the ' Pars.
We cordial I r Invite our friends and customer to call
and examine our splendid stock of good fur themselves
ana iney win oe convnxeu 01 wnat we say i u,r
A Fair In aid of
St, Ioul CoIIoko,
will U held on the ARMSTRONG PRFMISCS,
adjoining the residence of Hi Lxcetlcncy
Gov. Doininls, on the
atliofNOVF.MHFR, iS3i; als-j, a GRAND LUAU,
en the following day,
I)natitu Hill be tlunkfully receive! by the ladies
MI M, WMcmann.
Mrs. J. A. Kodanet,
Mr. H. Macfarlane, Mrs (3. Waller.
Mis Agne A)lctt will receive for the Hawaiian tables.
Atl mlaa ton AU ceutss
Gulden half price. iiyim
PLANTERS AND OTHERS
INTFRFS-IKD IN SUGAk CULTUKK.
The undersigned. tubliher's agent for ihe " SUGAR
CANK MAGAZINL," ihe only publication devoted to
this Imlustry, lgs la notify that the Jut for left will t
forwarded by the Deteml-er steamer mail, and It U de
aired lo have Intending
notihed in time ihert.We.as it ha l-rn fouml dilTicult lu
chanee the list during ihe )ear for a pait only, or lo e
Cure back number.
11 Ice Jj per annum, -oUage free,
Subtribera( desiring lo discsHitliiue, If any. 't
llr4seadiic in time.
I1I0S. O. lllK.UMtAg.rii,
119 King- street,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
tic., .tc, tlrv,
tar(. UcxV U vtlikh UconaliiiJlyMi latnl. .ruUinic
"i alturt UAWt, la-SnUh (Wlaijt. ul
UiUirn-i ij cstrv dilsUi, la a
irwruugh aiia.1 vxnliiiurililt.
JoMIbk or ull klnj. sarowpUr ,
anj at low Kn.
I'ANIl AND SCROLL SAWING
.( all liut.1.
If avckls work of kU atlaaU.
JACK SCHI.WS ANl KOLLKKS KET ON
Willt coatleu ttutlio.!,. llt.iw.ipai.1 CtlUgl tu-
tulkttl U all atlw .turualnl lu iw, I lu( 14
rawril ajtj i.it. a (air atuvr, i4 lit
LSiUk: tMtf uunem.
K.tMatUr Ik. itf,, Ka, yt Kit tiint, tiMaaiai. C
V4 s nitwtt a raaMitua. w
foa l"oaraar. e. pcaauktaiT
v , ( t(3.'ff.iTi. . ,
.a jut kautkas 14 Dw ! klM JMtVMt MM