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IMa aaaali Ism raatfi again maiknl 1-y an ala.ni. nf
l-minaai artltht ri.T"l"t ' aa, aiataally
liny Mt flat Rlllnt xl f.aa.llai nf hlaml itrdaTt,
until naiatai than mnl, ami ilMlm In nam..
.mm an al a aata to annum fnf this mmlirtaa "f
lint M till. HaMafttia fMt, .MrS, at a nilt, la nr
tilt IS. amti artU It la a fart that iw riaalan awl
i.alita that 4ih in MtaMMmam .( amli laiamtthat,
UM Hatnthri, MatmtaiM ami 1 1 1), itM
ihm nm aanantt In n aaaall ) ' na. lam
.ir ,af Ihak laMamllt. ntatMavaumrt. I'M IK ari)arM
.lixrkl. Tt lhr nWMMMIInMiaM f Ifcaat t"l "ft"
v. l-nmetvff alaraa lima as ttatt ih aaltwi
.r"W pmNkm tlonxM tatrttitfnf. tJyatl alma
Aalw rmm nf ilw kaa ra MHn T of mat M
,i,.wr ran a fama) In rka fan nf an wry mati tna
1 tnwa itaalan Mm 1 lr sati aaianrtaaa, hut
( . many nlmt f itw luaatir"" Ai taM M
,m,.aH( lanln.au t twli.l m t nlntaa awRKaarilw
i..l Cntaat pnVlt triialtT. ' I""". H"'
.1..1I rtM M attamt,a taat tmf dta. till !
i.n.. ara IwlaaVI atai If aat fanaalMa, laf aannM
(IMP attaa. tin Fsaatttn ami l.illifaii Utwalhar ra.
, Tfcaaa a aatt ttxtt nawtti inamatlaa., ami
11 i nt) ftat M IflaM anllaalt aMM nf ihaaa tn falnl
-,... .f tha tit
A a ranaM tMt Waal Ilia nnanltat, nf ia ntw awritnn
... v i.MnaitilMi tamata nf T. frail CV, ,
i.-nul mW Ita Haw " "'
1 m. IWavar Wnr. Qaaan MfN, ami
ivn Tl Mr n. P .Una. aW, al nmtgavaa'a
J.U. a Iran nf ll In Ra nf im arraa, vHh a im.
is.nl. Irxataailn a aawD nana, fnr iha mm nf )
I 1 latw. ttai-, taatng tnt fuluhaia birauw
W Mta nn laal aaaata aaaHaw wtmM nrta ! ih
..kMa 11m Aaasataiaia umwlaaa bv tha Irnalaaa r-f
1 h 1 win rxIWa fi if ilia aaai nf t m.- a al ram '
. .n mar thai f" ar h far lha ahlW.rnt nf Si
I , CrJlaafa li la rltaltn.il tn aataMtah Iota a f
larainrr alafaiitnianl fjjr inr ralWtra rannat. anrl It a Sna
1 miral InHulan fnr ika raniip.
SKIpaaac mallara haw nm Wan vary afllra ilnrlnj
lha naali. hoih arrival ami ilapaitttraa Wlmt " fnnH
Tar hnwaan." Yaarilr wa an wlen, Inaarmtkat
Mta faal irrlb liar arrlwU of in .taamar Aa
anl hart It ' AfKj from San r'ranriara, IK. lallar
uh a HaM nm ninml al Jma ami I ha fwrnrr ilh
intalnha to I ha SdhU) liWa, w lhl ilh lh nwitnc
ak lh dranlar f lh aaaaon lll l. no .hwht, l !(
hai,M. Cmnrlbaillorai la lhr Moth, a laatn, ara alu
r prdfl b- lha I llt a Xpiitf from ilia nml-i.
Injt .al from lha Cnaat l.y lha -VM ar. to lt yh
n.MarM. Vi (tihar nolhhhl of ntUI chanja In mailrl
ila. of Wand (awliaft, and on othw wanl rtftr our
tm-lan to imr irfnlar corralnr Inlrr.
Wa laarn thai tha wo alramrta ImlWini! for lha
ti-flaKllMnrloltiWiinnUl San KrMiwoli-nl
Juna. TU hrantri Padrnr Mail line ltn Sin l-'ran-cram
ami ihrl -at l lm Imlrliniltly aHlamnl,
art eiar InlannVl.
Slaaaaar CVr -Vrrfarr "HI dm lo-nwrrow nlshl
Mondv rn rowa for San J'rorBHw, la I folloanl
b) lha JiaM l hr loin trip on lha rail. Tliate aia
U a tnnnhar of aalliroj atkrt ti. of hii h lha Kll.i
an.1 ArtiUtKaa lll l lha fir.1 lo grl off. Ilia fraVa
l,. AnManl link-din ami i tahlns In freight
.Irrlrr.1 I'nrl nf llnnululu.
IjVrHVa. ua . Klnif. trom llilo. . . .
NAAU, atn., iroan rai
KrmiiU Nlc. hi., lla, fronl Ncll,- .
.ihid'ho, tch , from Ku.. .
,UVa7l'. S S. , IMlna), from IllVo.
UtUni, aim, llalaa,f. kow, Kau. MuUra
I'nimi, Kh , from WauitM
NH Meruit, eK, from lihuina
Maa Too, ack.. from KooUu ;--;
Jama-i Malra, um., MdhmaM, from Kauai .
J-loV.Jii. m., MtliraVM, from Koulau ....
I.ula, ach., from KohU
Waimalu, wk, from llaLalau .-
I'-huVal, from waiaraa -
1 1 W Almy, Am. M,, Ftrrman from h. t . .
Suar, IWiL . ., IVld, from San Kralxlwo. . .
IVinca, atK, from Kami
Ctlrnnu. vh-.for llaiulci Nov.
KeraijM, Nk. hh.. IUa, for San fiantio. ij
KlUuaa lloo, lm.. Stars for Kahului....... IJ
l-hua, urn., laaranam, for MoloVal and Maui " l)
ljVrlil.r, Mm., Kloi.for llilo "
l,n-Smrl, ath., for Kojlau . 14
fohoiVi. ack. for luna : '
I. A. KalVHihorg. Am hllna., rorhwfor Sr 1-. 15
Ktvarr, bk., Mcltu'yra, for l"ort Tonfrml .. " is
laUal,Mm, llal,for Maalaaoi, Kona&kau. " 17
Jav MaVtt. Mm.. .McDonald, for Kaui . . '17
Nttlir .Merrill, ath., for Uluina 17
IVaara Itoir III VorU
Cijva SrartKRU, Coutin
1U-CKA Vita, Calhoun
trcNNtc U'AiJcca, UrKlrrwoo.1..
W. O. liN,Tura
II. W. Almv, Kraaman.
. . I law. bjpne
... .llw. I.
. . .Haw. ch
.. .Am. bktne
....Brit. S. S
lUprctnl from 'orri(ii Vort.
IkMTOX, Am. bk. Axiv Tuisii
Doe Jan. j-jol C llrewtr.4 Co., ipv
BatvtrN.ner. hk. C R. Iliatwr
Doe Feb. ao-as. IL.llackfeld k Co., agti.
UtrAiTV Hav, Am. bk. F. S. Tnorv!i
iua jvoa. ao-aj. irw mhmiui.
KvarKA, Am. bktne V. II. DlvtONl) Ilovdlelt
(for kahului,) now due.
Glawow, llrit-ahipAaeaAMAK Lhapman
Dae Jan. ao-aa. G. W. MacfarUne ft Co., act.
Ilosokosn, Oer. bk. I.tvmoTOi. . ..Sleflem
!!.. N'nv. Il.av ll&ckfeld & CO.. a2ti.
Hl'MaoniT, Am. tern jiwr.ru Rum Henrique.
Due. Allen K Kobinaon, tBta,
UvaarinL, llriu bk, UtuiCK . . SaicloJawvll
Doe Jan. , T. 11- Haie S Lo., agti.
NaxaiuovU liana. Am. hk. FoaeaTtJcaEN. .Ntlwn
Due Nor. ao-as- llaclfeld & Co., acta.
Nbm CATL,w,Am,lK'n. Noktm STAa.MoithouK
N CAttLK, waw., Ara ahip GlTTYsaf o .Theobald
DueCXxt-S- Ship'a attount.
I'iw YotK, Am. l-ktiK. Eunok RRloi.Humihre-t
To uil about Nov. t. Caule i Cooke, tKH.
roar llAMair, Am. bk. Ltuta Marsh all
Due. Lewera & Cooke, astt.
1Vrt GamM.ii, Am. Utna. Dihcovrry l'errinun
Nor. ao-tj. II. llackfcld& Co.,at. Lumber to
Wider A Co.
I"otTLANn, O., Am. tk Aldeh Unit. Noyti
Due. llollea i Co., aeta.
Sah FaAcucr, r. M. . ZmuANDtA WcUxr
Due Nov. ij. 11. llukfeld & Co., astr.
South .Sia !., Haw. ach. Jvua Tierny
Svdv, r.M.a.. Cm- or Svdkrv Deailcm
fc?.. .. II ll.rlf.M A- Pa al
VlCTllRIA, It C, llriL. S. S. MADRAi,.
kwi. w- H . , a-
Dec lo-tj. II. llaclfrld Co.. Acenti.
FAkMtKc'a Ulanu. Am betne.
du IVrc ts-ao. Ilrewer fi Cu, A(enl.
l'ORT IlLAKRLV, vchr CoiintB
lU-tEicA, Am. UtnaKuuA Ccavpima
V, II. .11BTa.K,..IUC
I of Kahulut. dut N0. aso.
San Kbaxciko, Hav. &o.t Vomahb.
Km Kahului, doe Nor. 9x
San FaAMciKa, Am. ftchr. Anna
Knar aCahulul. ilutf.
San TiAhciKo, Am. Lie I. Murkat Jcnlu
do ptc $-10. K- A. ScKacfcr & Co., Acvnik
Sam J am ivoo. Am. LctM J. l. Smui.ru . Krii
due Nov. IJ-J Irwin t U, Avnl.
rjiii 1 1 1 1 n n"i
SHI PP1NQ NOTdES,
TLc Am tch Claui StvtLtU U ibout hove Jomtl
1"he U S S ALulu irluro4 fnua Hilo, on TutmUx
Stkounrr Anna tullal from San KranciKti, NortmUr
Sth, ft KaKuJuL
'IlMAmUiM J A KAlVtAburi: ulloj for San Fran
tlca on IVcadnriadav.
'th lUw bV KaUVaiu ti at ih cuuom houtc wharf
tokdin Ikjr San 1 rancicQ to l catly ncKt wttk.
'11m II. W. Mmy arri.cd yttrday frooi Sad Kran
dw-it.thi (MaugQbt ttmt pwtchaiklUc.
It but Aitl.4 t rdar Aa u. from Kan FrancU
co and docked at ih I'. M. S. S. haif whert U.c U
I"U Am tunc 1UU U at IWrr tk Co't uharf oaJ
Inc k a Krancitco, fjr kkh (uf t h t Ul tail on Of
auoui int tj.n uiii.
Tha Nkbk Kenujio Ca4 Hates arrived cat tha
af eftlt udervd nrr to San FriTnriim.
itancat aionoay uu, iroin new iiue, n a. nrr
the 1' M h S Cuy of Stdnrr will ba du. fism Si J.
ry and Auckland, lomcarow p ra tu-rouia lo San Fran
ciuM, rarn'lns tha U S and Kurolan nktii.
Tha Am ba-ttat W G Irwin ( al lha old ataamihlp
wharf fa Irtta kh ha dlattwged all of her down carifu
from San Francises aJaJ i now on lha bnth to irturu.
'lha I. M. !i. S. Zcalaadu arrliad at San Frauciica
Sunday, Oct. ao, rriuitlftc t,M day. iialuxv from Hon
cdido. (lha tra a. troord) and arriving twenty houn
nLt4 uf tha iMiex
A Iklaa-laijiUr loaded-a-aa llajn-l.J frcan lha
CAUcr aijtal Matlon on Xunday Lata p ra, but a. nolhlat
haa batn aaa of Iter ainct, it it au.-puaad that aha
lit pRMtd by. fur China, pcrhalw,
lie Ala. LLlna W. II. Du-avd, lloudlell, tailed
frvai Kor.ka tklolw at, fv Kahului, and Ilia Joarpli
aiiuafuatbUtAat. liar new Hram wlialaa Orca wa.
laancha.1 al haa FranLiaco, OctUf tbh.
Ihatrawcra dotnuraler Au 14 rUrra on Tutalay
Lu4 and wataded u Mi,vo. lha kuk, w hkh lad
can her antral al tlot furl, rauaa4 by aoma data or fgur
feti caT citkiun haivi( Uvs hill out, In caulklna; bar gar
LuardMraak. Hba MUadan WtUneaday fur ljrt'lun
11a fuUon ol la tha ba cat wbaluu trtlvali al lha ur
ta? San Ff ancaaaa up to Nurtinber vih, and thtir cauh :
Aitivad.- Kama. OtL Itoua.
h.i. IAh'.,.,llnaOa. 1'ixw 77 l
KcaJlh.. K. B. Handy 117 lyai
,lwn llotund laui lyuiaa
..fctindetr .. . 139 etat
licntrr iuo "
Mary as Suaa. . luuu. , lu.10
lialrldrra. . . jy '- f
Mabel . .. two., Caaal
Anaulda. -. M. yaar
Nonkttn IJbt, ksM.,iiow
.Franci. I'Jinaf )w. , fto,
tlttatb-c ij-Vi, .!..
AUam lurUa. w . uaa
Kaltl.ia, . IMuu. yat
Not, rtk ..Sra Ihtcia
ly AAI- --
Nut. Ilk. . .lluiUa
taav, Ikh . .Lcarjaa
nvt, aiK . IkaaTMlUK ilokrw tuu yuuu
u, tan I ).. . m, 1,to.
a.ta, au. .lltVaJa, two,. ai, .. ...
UaJiUlumalUaUrtlht Aitauiic, lltlaa Ma,
) A ln.l j. fh-r , 1 SI tnifAf , Ttftw
ttal ihrmaTsr. a in t.al tli (Um i i Un 4
m ttttlr'n if.tcM I )i4 Kintf''t ki-h frm
hv .-.! rtful If A I lnam.
Arrtw.t fMr.lr V M, H 9 flam,ia, W !?,
trtiii f fcl
fVl ra, (1 1 ) ana, fmilil. hanra (Vt. t
Nov, a, Am hk l I Murray, Janka, hanra -fWt
Arrlaarl Cart a Am liklna W F mllh, Jnhnann,
m liktna I mma Angtitla. fnan Km
Fnaai Maalaml MnkaVal, par lahna, Nor m J II
faiaaa, iar r arm, I
Kllarka. alfk ami uhlMran
Dahnn, V D Alaiamlar, H Ihlna. I ant Ihnnm.
Fman windward raata. par I laaHka, N,i la linn R
GXMMar. Ill' Aaitln. Wv l.lhhahr. A Ikdatar, II
liar ban, I Von Umwav. Mi I' P lUmnra, Mr I
t'na. lU l llknlt.. ll. k Makr. (I V Mi.i ami
wlfk, Mat (1 Hamlrtmaan ami a i hlhlran, S ainoptahatn,
I Kantar. Mr. J II IJ.ttt ami MM. ,ra Ma Bahama
taM and rhlM
FVm Kia aral Kan, par Iwalanl, Not i Van
Ihiran, I' J I. H N l'.ls llarnas Mra Khol...
PMrlnaniy, II I, llhavil Nlaraanwtll.d M.Uan,
k iv..H... u 11. a-k. n.u 1- w r r.u.
Mia. II Innaa, Mia. P! Jona., W II I nmwall, I' N
Makaa and wlfa. Mra Itmldanl, V I Noy, t Maine. Ve
ami wifa. V M i.vVw. J A iVi. V . ( a J Allan, )
I'naii Kauai, par Jama. Makaa. Nov it Mlaa Chnla,
I. C Damon, Mr Smith
1'nan Han Franrram. pat Snar, Nnv. 17 J Diprck
art, t. - t or, 11 a laatr., 1 Naiwaii, l nmtin.
ti. 1'H.k i- 1 ilm t t .1.-1 ftii
S Manln ami vm, ,lrt I' I' Plmllh, Ml.. I. Iln
MdPtn. U fWat.r ami wliV. T l)nuaU. I Munn,
A Omm, I' !!-, 1 ( MU. J C .'atria, Clu
w, .Air Iritw, ,Mr MHtKrmin, .Mr NnM. JMI
Hnm. W Atmn ml wift. A tn h-ritn. wlf ArMld-
w.. It Mmhanlo, A ff.kM, 1 MllllVin, 1 Hyatt, It l
lf, .Mr J, A .Morgan, . l.yatu, nativa and ;
I rfn im Franciicn, i-rt I! V Almy, Nov ty - , 'I'
UafTnt), V M.Wn, (U. Ml. Um J McCahfr.
I'nr Han KrnrWv, pf Jan A Kalkinlwff, Nnv i$
Kiw Kahulnl, iwt KiUkm lltui, Nnv ii-f I' IUM-
in, (iH llaind, T HixM.
lor Mal,.tal ami Maul, f I.rhtM. Nnv 13 V
IW ttltxtavanl iatwi, fwt I .Will., Nov i(- J T Mr
Cron, M j MaKMn, J V Smlih, Mitro Mill. I A
IhtMtr anl wi, I I.umt, Mr U ,,!.,.,. I i,hlnt,
MIm MU,. Mm (Irian. I K Ward. ifr ami ibuahtcr,
Mr I lUrvtoti Jr. Miw I homim, A llunM. Mm
!..V Sane, Ml Kfntf, II I Unrf U .Miichdl, Mr an.)
Mr IlAMintt, I J lUfMfit. W II Lnrnwell,
MaVcc, II .hi It Alvaotii, U' U Cummin, I. Alila
Hi Am 11 J A. Fa1ttli.li.irff, hence for San Fran-
,6 l)i tiiAr, i() llm tollr, 49,
Ulrica. Vatiitf ,l.imili imxlm
Itritr.Rr KrLK -In ihH city. Nov. in, M, hv J. A.
Oman, Ira A I turret nml (irncv .M. Kclk, Urth t4
SATURDAY, NOVKMntill 18, iBj.
All matter for the Saturday !'csr ahnuld be
addtea.ed lo the " SATURDAY I'RHSS."
In stiiiotl of n liclicf in llic contagion of
leprosy, I'rof. While, tcfcirint; to llic iliceasc
as known here, mentions the great unanimity
existent amoiiR the ntMcnt pliysicians of the
place in regard tn the fact, citing Dr. Ilillc
liraiul as an authority for the statement that the
iliseasc, in tntnil imlanrts, hail .prcail in iso
lated villages from a sinre imfortcJ case. N'o
one here who ever knew Dr. Hillcliraml could,
for n moment, question cither his natural
ahility or his txttnsin iuquirtmtnts in the par
ticular branch of science he had made his pro
fession ; still less would they doubt the con
scientiousness of his opinion upon so im'xutnnt
a matter, or the patient ami discriminating na
turc of the research which must have preceded
the utterance of so liosittve a belief.
The opinions of Doctors lenders and liemiss
are also quoted as tending to the establishment
of such a theory, as is also that of Dr. Sac,
president of the Califtrnia Stale Afnliral So
ciety. It will 1h: remembered that Dr. Saxe,
not long since, visited these islands and gave
particular attention to the investigation of the
disease, s-H'nding a portion of his time nt the
Kalawao settlement for the furtherance of the
object he had in view. His opinion, formed
from the data gathered, is sufficiently indicated
in the following .sentence from his own pen
" It is inoculablc in ever)' way by which dis
case can be inoculated." I.ct us say here, that
a great and sudden increase of the disease was
noticeable w ithin a few months after the gen
eral vaccination, which was practiced by order
and under the auspices of the Hoard of Health,
during the existence of small-pox on the is
lands, in the year 1S72, and which was men
tioned in the columns of Ihe JWific Commercial
tJrertisera. the time, by a correspondent, who
drew- attention to the fact of the culpable neg
ligence of the government in entrusting the
vaccination of the people to ignorant and in
It is evident that Iqirosy has, in many in
stances, been communicated from the diseased
to the healthy by means of careless vaccina
tion ; and we arc sure that such has been the
opinion of the majority of the physicians on
Dr. Hillcbrand was of opinion that it was
highly contagious in its ulcerative stages, and
this was also the opinion of Dr, Ferdinand
Hutchinson, the competent and accomplished
Scotchman, who held a portfolio under Kanv
chamclu V and who possessed, by virtue of
the office he held, rare facilities for gathering
correct information in icspcct to the character
istics of the disease.
The author repeats a well known Tact when
he states thai " Syphilitic parents may beget
children free from the disease, and that syphi
litic patients may live for years among their
family, relatives and friends, and yet not in
oculate them ;" and asserts his belief that such
a fact is "as strong a proof of the non
contagiousness of syphilis, as similar negative
facts, so often cited with regard to leprosy, arc
acceptable evidence of the non-inixndability of
the latter affection."
"Speaking of the disease as it exists in New
Ilrunswick, some striking cases, tending to es
tablish the theory of contagion, are mentioned.
The first recorded case of leprosy there was
that of an emigrant woman from Normandy,
whose name was Ilcnoit, whose mother came
fioin St. Malo, in Normandy. It is said tlut
no measutes were taken to control the disease
at first, and it gradually spread fioin family to
family, mostly in the descendants of the httcr
wonun, whose name was llrcdeau,"
" In 1S44 the first hospital for the reception
of lepers was built their, and during the next
Ave )raii thirty-two patients were admitted.
In 1849 the present laiaicttowii established
at Tiacadie, since when it lias received more
than one bundled nticnt." Dr. Smith, of
Newcastle, appointed by the Canadian gou'tn
ment o trpott annually upon the condition of
Ihe UriJietto, espirssct it as his opinion that
the diacasc is contagious j ami the following
facts, K-aiing un the question, arc cited from
"Apiuicnlly well authenticated rose of con
Uglon do exist. The third case that appoird
in Tiacadie mm tlut of l'uiwli Sonier, who
helped to carry a Ilcnoit woman's coffin in sum
mer time. Matter ooircl out of the bottom of
the coffin through Sonlci's coat sleeve to his
body. Within a )cai aftciwirds he wis at
tacked by the dlacase. Another person at
tacked was Slcwait, a Scotchman, who lud
been in Tiacadie in Ihe coinjuny of two Indi.
.idualiou wliotc pciaont the diacasc was be
ginning to make its appearance. Two nephew.
of Stewart, by the mine of Unglcy, livt.1 with
Slcwait, and afteiwardt died lepers in tfajt
L NimuuM, r, H KimiaiMl, II J I awy, ,Mf lW(y
mhI dattChfvt. Ml Nvh.ii.. 1l W CU.V, W K Smith.
A Hurt. V A llamtH.-n. ) W jHfri., I K VUym, V
KUtf..MM NO Murphy, Mm I A Ktnnfriy, II Vf.
rwn. wlfv ami .Mid. I'twl Uniwviht. I. ItiKhitwnn. I
i lu! Li I, it- lllllill-iui I ll brllif i.f
of. While (mill it 1. .1 Ix-luf vslii. li imsght itl
mwt lie cnllrd a aril emUm! pMilin) Ihnt,
mmjatrtnn Ine time ililrif which th iltaaaw
hat lareti rnnlfel on lliet lalaml. with th
mphl pttupat. It Ima madr amntig the wtil,
It is ImpnaalMa, with atny tlmsv nf 1 niton, to
maltf Iwntllly intaa iftrwrntlble ft)t lh eon-
(Ittrntl of Iht pnfaiilallofl at pieamtnil today.
In fiilthei ilUfniwf of a tmimoTll Inllileflr" of
iTriftllty, the fellow Ihr nfallt. leallminiy la of
In Dr, IWiynril'a ifpoit of iIhi twrnly-twn
ena In th lMrttt, In SS, it la tttriilrnth-l
that eleven of the patient were ni.ittleil, ami
In all laid aUty-lhif rhlldrwi, nonenf whleh
rliihliPH had ahown nny tjinptoina nf ihedra
eaae, nrvi vslilraiariilliisj ihe fad 1 1 ml a Utge put
janiihtn of litem mutt have nltnlhetl the Alt' flt
whleh it It prime tudtneliip.
We know nf a (jTeai deal of letiitrmny of a
similar nature whtrh ran ! tpHlen line 1 one
notable Inttani'f linn that of a family nf three
rlilMim (the nl.leat larlnej, teilia, 11 year.),
ihe father of whom had ronlmrled ihe illteaae
umellm prior lo Ihe lihtli nf either, anil, nf
anotlier family In the tame district, containing
teeen ehlhlmt, nf are leiera, iIiiiiirIi neither
the father nor mother lidilevrloieil any )inp
Inint of the diteiiae prior In the biith nf cither
of the rhlldien. Itlteity, hnweser, we base
heard that the Mrenta alto, after having with
ttmal what we lake to lie the contagion of llic
illtenae, fur many rnrt, are lie);iiinlng in show
the premonitory symptoms.
1'iof. White ngnln menllons :
"The hitlnty of the little centre of disease
In l.oiii'itu.i, watched fotlunately from Ita very
beginning, lends to Ihe tame conclusion, Il1.1t it
affects H'rson, not under nny l.tvv of heredity,
but Ihiough the intimacy of pcrwitul tcl.ilion-
ship, I ho ciisliitnt nml morals iltlermlnlng
l.trgrjly the rapidity and universality nf its
Among the names of well known and re
scctablc ph)slciaus in dilTercnl pails of (he
world, who believe in the contagion of leprosy
may Iw mentioned those oft Drs. McNnmara,
of ltcng.rii l.ob, of Hongkong) Wolff, of Ma-
dcria; Millroy, of Trinidad i Tilbury l'o,nnil
a host of others.
The weight of evidence in nil specific ills
cases to'day is against siontaueous generation,
nnd there is no reason why wc nhould make n
distinction iton this point in regard lo leprosy
wc cannot blame heredity for Ihe production of
the disease in cases where the persons nlTeclrtl
have come front pans where leprosy is not
known, and whose family, ns a consequence,
could not have transmitted the disease; the
theory of contagion, therefore, ofTers the only
reasonable explanation for the spread of the
disease in n new country, and among n chss of
people whose ancestry had not been nfTccted
ADMWtSTKATIOiV OF HEALTH
A wise commander immediately before an
action spares no pains to strengthen or securely
guard the weakest portions of his defenses.
Hut if, instead, an amount of flimsy majcrial
be used .rs a mask, flaws will still exist in the
works, which is equivalent to a lessening of the
general strength, for? really, the whole cannot
be stronger than its weakest part when all arc
in a greater or less degree dependent tqmn each
other. This is. the I1I11IT game that Walter
Murray Gibson; Minister of Korcign Affairs,
has been trjing for some time past to play upon
the public. A day of reckoning is approach
ing when he will reap the reward of his mis
deeds. This he well knows, and has, by us-
sing the columns of the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser, whose editorial utterances are his
own, directly or indirectly, endeavored to add
to the strength of the tottering political struc
ture he has buildcd, and which momentarily
threatens to tumble alxnit his cars. Of this
fragile edifice, his administration of affairs
connected with the Hoard of Health, is the
most unstable. Although his organ has day
after day and week after week expatiated upon
the inqiottant sanitary measures and reforms
instituted and encouraged by the "Good Pre
mier," the fact still remains that the affairs of
this department were never more slovenly and
negligently conducted than now, notwithstand
ing that the son-in-law is paid $l,Soo a car to
act as secretary of the lioard. The organ
made a great noise when the ltoatd of Health,
at the instance of its president, who is none
other than Mr. Gibson, bought the wreck of the
AVireirnj to destroy its offensive cargo, a work
which would Ijavc been as well done by the
party who first purchased the wreck. We do
not know that any steps are being taken to get
back the money spent on this little effort to
make a minaturc wave of popularity in favor of
the premier. The people, no doubt, arc more
than happy to have their money devoted to
such liasc purposes as long as it can add any
thing to the happiness of the acting Hoard of
Health, which is its president.
Affairs on the other islands, in connection
with this department, are conducted in the
most disgraceful manner. One physician, who
came here from San Krancisco highly recom
mended, anil who has given general satisfac
tion in the district to which he was appointed,
has announced his intention of resigning on ac
count of the criminal negligence of the lioard
jn failing to supply the necessaries for the
work, and for neglecting to jiay for services
rendered. Another physician on the same is
land, who has licen in the employ of the lioard
for several years, has resigned. A third physi
cian, on another island, resigned and left the
country in disgust. The same complaint comes
from government doctors in every part of the
group. Kvcry wotk done by the present Hoard
of Health, or more properly president of the
lioard, is some net that will lend a temporary
lustre to his dying popularity; he stops at
nothing to accomplish some selfish motives.
The maladministration of matters in connec
tion with leprosy is a long story of crime. The
law has been repeatedly violated at Ihe request
of those high in authority, and Ihe guilty
parties aie liable to Impeachment, which they
richly deserve. This matter of leprosy wc will
touch upon more fully at some future time, al
though now in possession of sufficient Informa
tion to cause the summary removal of more
than one member of the Uiard, under an inde
pendent and impartial administration.
And now comes the organ In a piteous wail
of indignation upon the prostitution of journal
ism, and declares that no decent ncwpan'r
would stoop to chronicle such mythical street
rumors at have been rife of late with reference
to the completion of the palace, and other no
torious misapplications of public money. This
aliainclck organ of a woithlcss ministry, and
contemptible exhibition of journalistic ioofill
meaji, admits tlut the money legitimately ap
pioprlilcd for the completion of the ulacc
lyul Improvement of the gtounds, has been ex
pended, and claims tlut Ihe work now golnj;
on, and the fuluie woik necessary for complet
ing this clcplunt of many llag.taffe, will he ap
propriated for by a future IcgUlaluir, and that
hc builder now can) lug on the wotk is willing
lo wait fur his juy until such Icgttlatton u'lud,
Ids only security laslng the pledges of the
present mJui.tcn ol Ihe king, The only dif
ference, in elTict, U'twcvii lliU story and Ihe
one pulili.lu.sl in the I'ntss It, that the money
Is Uing furnished by a "buildci" Instead of a
"capiulu-t." Wtcharactt-iiicsl the ttoiv lie.
jcvjie as "cccdlnglyyauy,"and now we are
nmpdlid I" ib.lari. pirltinj it mildlv, llu'
tin nrgnn has ,lntcl,J the Until. In nbihiy
fnf suih Work hat long lnce ht?en ettablltlieil
raayontt question. W are Imptiy In leain,
howewr, thai llieie ate net etplialfali amemfj n
fnnlhh rnmitjli in lake atwh tlmne., nnil we
ate rwiMent at well t lasts t no Iwltiter in I hi"
eonimttnlty will risk it. INK, If tha ilnry In?
line, awl IN money apptnprlalwl for rtfoln
tfHfmmtttt MMnfi Im not lnn ami It
not lielltB eipetHletl fnr pntafe wmk, what
alnail Mr. (illiann'a ptmulae In lha mfnibera f
Ihe legislature, that If tliey vviruld appropriate
the amrrnnt etthiralpil for Ihe eotnplctlnn of Ihe
work tlwy nmihl never I iiskral to appio
prUte for the pakve asjaln? And when he wnt
lold to prepare tita estimates mnl In Ik mire ainl
name a atilTrrlenl initi, for they were sick ami
tiled nf ialare demands, why was ho to f.tr out
in hit reckoning? Anil If It Is tine ih.tl there
Is a Intltiler amoris; in foolish enmit;ti lo
lake siirh ehancea, Ijp has ecitalnly cmaigh
melhial in his madness in rover In Ilia rharge.
lilatral Inteieat fnr li money. Ate attih trant-
actloii "vvlte Uriil croniimlcal?" Have Ihe
ministers kept faith with Ihe let;lshtnra or with
the ieople? It It rlalmeil by some nn liohalf
of the ministry, ihnt the money nppropriateil
fnr rcKilit on Lfiirrrnmenl iHiilillngs has neatly
nil liei-n iiseil for lace vvoik, and legitimately,
ct,iimlii llnil Ihe lethnleal illlTerence liettseen
the erection nf nrtu Inilldlngt nnd the reilring
of old nues Is not worthy of consideration.
We think otherwise, nnd an do the Kiiplc. We
think that money appropriated for n specific pur
poae should be expended ns appropriated, and
that lhcxil.irchns untight In even "drill sliod''
or "lacc slahlea" money. Hut, however,
whether the oigan lias told the tnilh or has
liecn seeking to mislead and hide the fact that
Ihe elastic conscience (If tliey have any) of ihe
ministers have enabled them to make Illegal
transfers, the case either way is bad enough,
and the wretched subterfuges nf the nrgan, in
aiologling for ministerial mismanagement,
would almost animate the sphinx Into nn nt
tack of retelling. The people understand.
AND AlWSE OE i'EI't-
There are many people who, not satisfied
with Ihe free use of nn imortant privilege, arc
ever ready lo abuse it J and if nny reasonable
restriction be imKiscd iijHiri them will die
"crying for more." There arc those also who
will allow others to impose upon them with
detriment lo all concerned llic result of a de
ficiency of " backljonc." This is ns true of
public officials as of private personages. Wc
have seen this exemplified in more ways than
one, but nt present it is our Intention to speak
of the cleaning up of the public streets ami the
collection of garbage by the Hoard of Health
carts. The time was when they were used
only for cleaning the streets. Subsequently
they consented to remove all trash piles that
were dumped into the street from private resi
dences. Hut several persons, still unsatisfied
nt having the public carts do what they should
have had done nt their own expense, demand
that the street cleaners go into their yards nnd
gather up the rubbish, carry it into the street,
and cart it away. It is claimed by some that
it is better for the Hoard of Health to clean
private yards of rubbish, than to allow it to lie
and breed contagion. Hut if the Health
authorities will do what is properly their duty
they will have sufficient work to attend to,
Kvcry houscowner should be compelled to keep
his yard free from injurious garbage, but the
prisoners used by the Hoard of Health, should
not bo expected nor allowed to do that part of
the work for them. It is enough to have the
matter taken care of when thrown in heaps into
the street. This work costs the government a
considerable sum of money during the year,
and the expense should not be made heavier
by the laziness of private individuals or the
leniency of the health officer.
THE ELECTION IN THE STATES.
The Sijes arrival yesterday with an interest
ing batch of news, the most important being
the elections in the States, which arc nearly
everywhere largely in favor of the Democratic
party. New York claims a majority of 150,
000; Pennsylvania elects a Democratic state
ticket and makes large gains on the Congress
ional election; Indiana gives a Democratic
majority of 5i5o; Connecticut elects a Demo
cratic Governor; Colorado gains a Democratic
victory; Massachusetts elects n Democratic
Governor, but most of the state qfficcrs are
Republicans; the Southern States are of course
Democratic. The majority of the Northern
States show no change in their votes, electing
the Republican ticket in most cases. Nevada
elects the Democratic ticket; Arizona and
Wyoming return Democratic delegates to Con
gress and Washington sends a Republican.
California elects the Democratic ticket by a
large majority and three Democratic represen
tatives to Congress out of four districts. The
second district is doubtful. This is the most
sw cejiing victory made by the Democratic
party since the beginning of the late war, and
is owing principally to injurious planks put
into the platform of the Republican party, and
the corruption which has crept into it, which
caused many staunch supporter, of the party to
refrain from voting or to vote in opposition to
it. This is an "off year," and the result is
not an infallible criterion by which to forecast
the result of the next Presidcntal election in
1SS.1. The Democrats now have a laree ma-
jority in the House ofRcpresentatives, and
their majorities in the state legislatures may se
cure them a few additional senators during this
year and next. This election may result In
causing the Republican party to dispense with
its "bosses" and "machine politics," nnd
again liccome the party of the people. It was
the party which saved the Union from dissolu
tion, and under which the country, since the
war, has attained a degree of prosperity never
before known, and it is not Improbable tlut
this overwhelming defeat may work a reaction
which will again bring them to the front in
18S4. . ,
THE KING'S AMENAIULITY.
The planters' memorial to the King has
given the defender of the"l'alacc party" no
end of trouble, to master, as every once in a
while a pew dibit is made to show some cause
why it should not have been unanimous, The
latest attempt is an clToit to prove that fraud
has K'cn practiced by the officers of the Plant
ers' Lalwr and Supply Company in securing
lh right to vote fur absentee by proxy,
whereas thu "palace party" have no knowl
edge to found any such charge upon, from the
fact that none exists. The Idea that a jxrson
will grant power to another to vote away hi
money, and restrict him on nutter mlitically
luilalning to (heir vital interests, is endeavored
lo In, proven in a veiy aturi manner, The
proliabilitics of some person or (xraoni being
unduly Influenced through their commercial
obligation tn others it alto instanced, but, if
such weic the case, it is no honor to them now
to disown their responsibility, ll it no dis
honor in a man to vote where his Interest lie,
but which act, if afterward he tut not (he
manliness to own It, wilt In? despised. Happily
wc know of iw such case as mentioned, and
wc look upon the nutter as one of Ihe weak
subterfuges of the "wily one" to cieate discord
in the camp, The mwmiial uf Ihe planutt
uuy not have accouipliahcal all they hot,!,
but we honor them in "facing It upon thepagat
of Hawaiian MUury with unanimity, and it U
this very (act thai Uyx Ihe power that U
limn n 1 fit nt 11 spared in tiar n 10 iiii , or
In prme if in lie oilier than what it puimtis
There is method In their loudness. Thtt
trtettKiiUI Inh ilmwri in ihe King tlwt th pre
mkr was not Ihe man of llielr eholee, at he
liari affirmed, It has protected in tartx-Mf-eton
pliln lo lie mltiimtefttii.l that they hail nn
ctmlldeinw in Ihe admliiltiralNi, and lltat
the rllal inteieatt of the country wcte Jnt
nnllreil by (Mr etintlitnanee, It atrnly
aliowml their views alan nrmn the ie.klM e-
Iravnajuneti tiitihrtlaketl In thearfitrtnpJtlatlerii
of government affairs ami royal folllea. Ami
yet th pint est la imlieeriftl. I hit lire day h
not far dlatrtnt, It Is ltopil, when wlaar emiri
ells will prevail ami every voter to tltat memo
rial will then feel piratd thai hit leenrd wnt
for llie anvlti.; i,f ,R nation, 'Ihe teapnnat.
hlllty nf Ihe itiiallmi He with the King, fnr
tn him and ilnnne else did Ihe planters apwal.
That the pirluler replied tlieielo, evmlv-ely, in
no way shlficd Ihe load fnmi Ihe loyal ahoul
dera. Wr may talk as vte please nlmtit inmra
terlnt nhlltratlona, of whleh, however, lliire has
licen little evidence under ihe present adnrlnlt
trillion, Init the memorial of the planter set
tled Ihe question definitely anil It la teenrded
forever, and In the refusal to meet llic spirit of
thai apjieal the Kins; ha virtually heroine
nntvvcrnblc fnr the (final or 111 nf this country.
The " mIacc iaily" may cry fraud till they are
hoarse, but the facts are on icrorri against
them, nnd no subterfuge will relieve the ie
The following tlltimlch, which give a truth
ful tcpreseiitatlon of tlio situation here, was
received In Washington on the 6th hut 1 "Dis
patches received by the nrting secretary of the
navy this morning from the commander of the
U. S. ship Alaska report n serious state of af
fair nt I lonolulu, growing out of dlKilisfacliun
among sugar planters. The planters have
formed n protective union, and made n protest
to the King against the selection nf his cabi
net. They urge n mote liberal and progress
ive H)ticy than indicated by the King's
movement. The King, In replying, recog
nized the right nf nil to make suggestions, If
they ciitcit.iined nny grievance, nnd assured
the members of the union their appeal would
be considered, Meantime there has been nn
change in the situation, and the King has is
sued n proclamation lli.it he would lie crowned
I'cbrttary 12th.' The rciort further says Ihe
matter probably will drift along until Ihe coro
nation day, when indications xint to a dis
turbance if the aliened evil is not remedied.
Complaints of members of the union appear
lo he general, llic policy ol llic (jovcrntnent
Is not sufficiently liberal, anil thev uruc a bel
ter opportunity for bringing in lalior and the
adoption of .1 course to insure the continuance
of llic Reciprocity Treaty with the United
States, which, it is acknowledged, has added
so largely to the wealth of llic planters.
The translation from the native paper, I'ae
Aiiia, of a letter written by Hon. CI. W. l'ili
uo, is well worthy of perusal and appears in
another column. The opinion of Mr. Pilipo
is somewhat in keeping with our estimate of
the present Premier; not that wc have had
any of the personal experiences with him
which Mr. Pilipo relates to have occurred be
tween himself and Gibson, and in witnoss of
the truth of which the name nf 1 Ion. Nawahi
is called in, but from the indelible records of
his antecedent life, to which we have before
given publicity in print. Anything, we con
ccive fossille of such a man in the desperate
struggle' of n last chance; but that that Strug
gle, whatever it may be, will be futile, we en
tertain no doubt. We trust that his'. Majesty,
especially, will ponder well the letter referred
to, and seek some better friend than Gibson to
interpret its meaning.
The following is a copy of a circular letter
which has been sent to Privy Councillors, nnd
Members of the House of Nobles:
Honolulu, November 1,
The I Ion.
It is His Majesty's e'esire that for the future,
Members of the House ol fvobles and Privy
Councillors, should present themselves at
Court on State occasions in a suitable dress or
uniform, lly last advices the cost ofsaiduni
form will be $200. You arc requested to
kindly forward a reply to this office, previous
to the departure ol tire next steamer to tne
(.oast, so thai the amount can tic remittal.
I have the honor to lie, Sir,
Your Obedient Servant,
Kiiwakd W. Purvis,
II, M's. Acting Chamberlain.
Some of the said Privy Councillors and No
bles, wc understand, have very respectfully
signified their dissent from the opinion of pro
priety, which must, in this instance, have
given birth to " His Majesty's desire." Some
arc thinking, that to satisfy the pecuniary de
mand which is named, would not lie altogether
consistent with the principles of domestic
economy they have been educated to; while
others again are gravely concerning themselves
with the question of appearance, -as applied to
themselves, decked out in the costumes of the
middle-ages. If this is going to be a "," it.
wilt kill the ghost of the Fourth 0' July boys,
unless they can liorrow some of the suits.
THINGS ll'JSE AND OTHERWISE.
The torchlight parade of Wednesday evening
last, in honor of the Kings birthday, was suc
ceeded by a hula in the palace yard; from this
pcrformance,.howevcr, the general public were
excluded, excepting such as were willing to
pay an admission fee of 25 cents to the gate
keeper, What next from the guards?
The Hoard of Health was more liberally
provided for by the last Legislature than ever
KTore, but, notwithstanding, there is no money
on hand to pay small bills of five or ten dollars
on the Hoard of Health account, though $400
could be vol al for a wreck which the owner
was able and prepared to do with in accord
ance to the lioard' commands.
The ', C, A. devotes a column and a half
of its space in ransacking historical .records as
far liack at medieval times to show how preg
nant the sixteenth of November lias been of
great and Illustrious names; nnd reminds lit
readers of the fact that on that day King Kala
kaua first saw the light. Did nature make a
mistake in not precipitating our premier Uion
the wmld about the same period?
Since so much Palace woik and funds infor
malion hat lwen volunteered by llicrji, we
we would like) to ask who it the builder tlut it
willing "lo finish Ihe work by contract and on
the sanction of ministers, tin the assuiancc that
they will recommend the bill contracted to the
next Legislature for payment." Thit it the
most mythical story )ct, and, if to be entered
upon, tlie price will doubtless lie commensu
rate with the liak.
While (lulling out of the hatbor 0,1 the day
of the races lo witness a race that wa going
on, a sudden disagreement occulted Ktween
Mr, LibkaUn! and the cicw of the Kanmlani,
which he former lud Ixen courteously allowed
to take a 'UaUgc in and to steer, The gentle
man reminded I hem tlut he was a chief, and,
theiefoie, sacred from corporal chastisement ;
but he got toughly handled notwithstanding,
ami finally accepted ihe Ut of the tlucc
altMiMtive given him for choke Out of pro.
carding out of the bailor with them, being
thrown ovuUurd, iitlmni; imiiinlnn lyl.iiU.
m inia ftrmit. The lai)s nf ihe A'anerani
are 4 Inclined' only lobe their own lne..
FASTEST TIME ON KKCOKI).
A letter from Mr. P. C. Jonas, Jr., fltrrt, lit
following merriorsrvla nf (lie trfp from Ihta pott
lo Ban I'raffeltRjn by tlie stfnrMhfp Ztalamtfti,
l-aft plto 'ilelmyit fcrndny evt-itnt, Odo-
her li, S5j, al rltdO I'. M,
" ft. " " Ml "
" " " pf -
'.'. 3; ". JS
" as, " t (art, ittiraeit . , Jtj
letal . t,tnj -
We took llie pilot by my watch, wlirili witt
Honolulu llirw, In lx day, ten Ironr ami
In addition to the above our San rranelaen
coitetpondent nimlshe Ihe following: 'IT)e
tteamer ZmtandU airiveil here October 2'jth,
making Ihe quickest tlmeonreeord. Her mail
went east the next day and were landed In
New Yotk In live and one half day, which It
the fti(ct ennl lanind time tver made.
OffiCB of SiiperlntcnttViit f Water WotWt,
IfriNot in, July t iMf,
All irvrti hAvktft Waltr iVIviltflff. .r notlfm! IrW
llttlf Waif it Kaics rt jmyiM! -tm anniMlljr, in
VAfH. ftt Ilia r,Tn of 1 ht NMarlrtft-rw!rtit f Walrf
W'mltt, UvA uf NutMnuti Mfet, ,. Ihe lot Jy rA
JnmiMy ftii.l July (,f ciwli fr. C- II, WIMON.
ilj If Stijf-lnimlnf Water WmLi.
P A, DH LA MUX
Survnyor nml Civil Kiiulnnor
Ail.lrcM, HONOLULU rM.o!T.. tttCm
MR. ALBERT G. ELLIS
WILL IIAVi: CHAKKi: OF MY IIUSINLSS
During my nltvmce from ihe Kbml,
l V. ADA M.S.
Itotroluiii, aVovtmlMT t8, itM.
A white Conk wnntt a tvititatlon. Atto n fintLi
TciinMer. conchm-in or .4 driver can tlrite a lo 6
Cliinwe Cook, willing to ito houtework, awaiting em.
A Nurw Oitl wanu n .situation fintU-A (oral refer-
Apply to CAVF.NAUCH'S AOF.NCV,
116 No. 88 King M reet
OOMETIMMG NEW UNDER THE SUN.
Made lUprewly for the! ItkntUl
Buc.cln Dom PmlroH,
BuoMo Dirt Exclusion.,
Liiro WnlMor Tlon.
CALIFOKNIA KID LACK,
vixvirr i:MHKoiDi:ui:n si.ippkks (Open)
J'luth Glove Tpp.
Itrogani, new line.
Lidies' Tchtte Itutlon Croquet SI:.
AlUtcV and Children's Shoes, etc.
Hy the Sue I have received a Mock of Indies' and
Cents' and Children' SIIOUS, etc, manufactured to
my oruer lor tint market.
Na 88 King 8TKEET .... .Uonolulm.
Nr.WKST STVLKS AUTISTIC TVI'I. AND
Stationery for Weddings, Socials, Halls, Fro
grammes, Kntertainmenu, etc., etc, Lonsvt&mly heinj
rccei.ed and printing order for tame promptly ex
ecu ted, at the office of this Paper, No. 6 Kaahumanu
street, 1 1 1
DUAVAOi; KOTICKI THE UNDLRSIGNKD
bcgi to notify his many good friends and custom
era that .Mr. N. PKTKKSON has charge of hi dray
age business, and that he will Le pleased to accommo
date them in that line with The IJest tkami on tiik
nEACM. King ujt Telephone N 65 when you want
Teams, or leave orders at the OlTice on Queen Street,
between Wilder' and Dowsett'i. Don't forget the
number, 65. 105 U. 11 KUIU.K15U.N,
DOLOONA SAUSAGE, IN TIN CASES.JU.ST
U At nana, iren ana mpeneci order, ror saie vy
Holies & Co. 111
RAISINS AND CUKRANTS-SULTANA KAI
sins and Zantl Currants in pound packa
ges, new and freh. For a!e by Holies a. Co. in
PUBLIC NOTICE I
The Undersigned, having purchased
From II. U.IL RUTH KKELIKOLANI, the Ijinds
01 KUiiiL.irAi.1 and 1111. tiA, in is.au,
Hawaii, Kahua, Hihiu, and Kauaa
laoa, in Kohala, Hawaii, Wa!
Valoa, Wataleale, Ku
Pohaktihaku, and Kaaaaul.i.
situated in llamai.ua, Hawaii, Hanaka
00, and Honokoluu situated on Maui. Kaoliat.
situated on Lanal. Also the lots of land situated in
Honolulu, and known as the
WILDER nnd CHULAN BLOCKS.
Notice is hereby Rien that all monie falling due for
rents 01 sam lanus, are payable to my agents, 11 nt. u,
hvfin and Co. SAMU1X PARKER.
Will be received at the ofTice of the undersigned
until noon, SA lUKIMV, the 35th of November, 1882.
for a lease of ten years, from the 1st of December, t88, of
the premises in .Manoa valley, belonging to tne estate
of Charles laong, deceased. OfTers of terms of lease
may le made lor these premises either as a whole or
separately, for one, two or three of the following divis
ions of the same, t. e.;
First The Homestead and Lot belonging thereto.
Secomt 'I"he Kula laand, with the lUnanas, and
other Improvements thereon. '
Third The Kalo and Rice patches, with the rice
now growing in them..
Possession to be given Immediately. Survey and
deeds at expense of lessee.
Rents iayable semi-annually, in advance.
The undersigned reserve lo himself ihe right to de
cline any or all tender, either for the whole of the
premises, or for any or all of ihe separate lots, as above.
For further larticularsl apply to
F. A. SCHAUFER,
115.31 Admr. Estate cf Chas. I.ong.
A Fair In aid of
St, LouU College.
will be held on the ARMSTRONG PREMISES,
adjoining the residence of Hi Eiccllency
Gov. Domini, on the
e?thof N0VF.MI1ER, iB6j. commcudng at a r. u.:
also, a GRAND LUAU, on the following day.
lunations will le tlunkfully received by the ladies
Miss M. Wldemann,
Mr. J. A. Kodantt.
kKPUVSIIMKNT TAPIRS I
Mr. II. MacfaTlane, .Mrs. G. Waller.
Mis Agnes Alctt will receive for the Hawaiian tables.
Adiutulon M) cent.
Chllden half price. uj'iin
PX DARK KALAKAUA
AMI UAIHNHHK tlLA,
Qoldeu Oa(a Extra rauuUy and
Ciiaa UKAWN.Caaai 11ACO.V,
CavatWIIIITAKKK STAR HAMS,
lULESOr- HAV.JkC, C.
Ju4 ta hind, aiui for aala by
in ir bom.es a co.
OTICE TO THU PUHLia
Just arrived by la i lent ine UU, fruw San FraucUc4
1 CAKR1A0U MAULS,
VKRV FINK STALLION,
.silling llU 1. 1 ., tulf Jtrw) and hW lui lUat 1 snm
One ry fine Thorougl.tti HULL. rsU t one
I t , tt,,s.JI t,tl"f JIJ
Um. t otM vry Im DURHAM COW. i) tf
Apply I-rwttiHy ti sue, u by Wtle (IstrswfJi P. U
OANTA CI.AU.T IIKAPQUAKTl'.US,
(o. 106 foil Street, llonofulo,
a4lT SfWCfWr -rWPTaaaflPT sW
S OJ III O fi U I 1B OOOCIA,
Pr7fnlfWiM r-vrtg Uif h I the array -4
Books' tor all. Classes
ART OOODSI ART OOODSt
IO IIKAUTIKV AM. IIOMFX.
To Cmiuipn All. Ilraar,
' FINE LEA'IIIKU GOODS. AMlUMS.
Toyn anil Ynncy Good In vnrloty
Lunch and Hand flasket,
Hand Hays, plush and leather;
Whitk Pmshesand Holders,
Shawl and .School b traps,
Circular Fans, in nickel, t leather
and plush finish; Silk and
Handkerchief, Collar and Cuff Poxes,
SlereooDje and View,
Rubber and Celluloid Sets of Comb
(brush and mirror) In leather and
Morroco, plush and olive-wood Work Pose and
EbonUed Easels, Cabinets, Itonk Racks, Frames,
in a fine variety.
Framed Artotype. Ideal Heads, plain and hand
painted, assorted slies; Framed Statuary, av
sorted sues and subjects ; Transparent
cies, 3 sizes; another lot of
Artotype, In choicest
and latest subjects,
can be had with or without frame; Photo and Floral
1 'artels, framed and unframed j Poets, on gilt
mounts, with hand -painting.
LEATHER GOODS, ETC.
Photo. Albums, Auto. Alburns, Card Allmms, as
jums, rtuio- Aiuurns, laru Aiimms, at
and style of binding; leather Sachets.
Plush Pockrt books, leather, TortoUehelI
ird Cases; Silk Hags, Cigarette and Cigar
sort cU sire and
Leather and 1'
ana I'lutn Lara Lascs; bilk Hags, Ligarette and Cigar
teases; i-ures, in icainer, pmsii, etc.; initsxanas, lara
Cases, Paper Weight. Paieteriest in latest styles; II.
luminated Note Paper and Correspondence Cards,
Writing Desks, llronre Goods; CHRISTMAS CARDS
in variety of subjects figure, floral, fern and emblem
atic. plain and embossed single plain, and single and
double silk fringed, NKW YKAK'S CARDS in simi
lar varieties. Also, Birthday Cards, and Floral and
Pird Reward Cards.
TOYS, NOVELTIES, ETC.
Oak Wazons, Wheelbarrows, Carta, Doll's Wagons,
Rocking Horses. Shoo Fly Rockers. Velocipede. Hi"
cicles, Tool Chests, Ililliard Tables. Chair. Doll
Trunk, Wash Sett, Doll's Houses. Heavy Artillery,
Model Farms. Puilding and other Mocks, Ten Pins.
Steamboats, 'Iln Toys in variety. Railroads Hanks,
Dolls and IkJI Furniture, Qiina and IlritannU Tea
Sets, Doll's Sundries -heads, arms, slioe; hats, etc
Halls, Tops, .Musical Instruments, Water Colors.
Extension lledstcads anil Cradles, llarbletop llu
PRESENTATION HOOKS AND POETS.
The following list of Hooks presents but a portion of
the stock provided for the wants of this Island com
Indian Summer;Great Painters; Homely Scenes; Set
Wild Flower, do. and tree elf.: Leottold's ShaVnttf'Ar.
clo. and hlf elf.: Garden Flowers, do. and tree elf.;
Little Women, lit edn., clo. and elf.; Lucile, UL edn.,
do., elf. and mor.; World at Home ; American Pictures;
Indian Pictures! English Pictures; Mediterranean;
l'arks ana ianjcns; imngs b ketch Itoult; Laurel
laeaves; Ktching and Ktdiers; Schiller's Lay of the
Hell! .Ioritl Retnch's Outlines lo Shlriikure't lira.
malic Works Princess 1 lei trice Hixthday Ikwk : His
tory of Fainiintr: Paul Icrots's Science and litera.
turc of .Ntlddle Ages; Klghteenih Century, and Arts In
the .Middle Aes; Print Collector; The Unitcn; life
and Work of Gilbert Stuart: The Cotters Saturday
Night. Poes Hells; .Moore's Irish Melodies; Songs of
neen; luteary oi jintisn rocts, t vot., nil mor.;
Havergal's Poem, plain and hand-painted covers:
Shadow of the Rock : Chanzed Cross, hand-taalnted
covers; Home, Sweet Home; iurple and (o!.i; HoJ.
lanu s sLOmMete rotssz. chv and mi cu.t air, llrown.
lng' I'oems, clo. and elf.; Jean Ingelow Poem;
Moore's IWms; Havanl Tailor's Iocms; Holme's
Poems; Owen Meredith's Poem.; Campbell's IeaiJ
Favorite Poems: Poetry of Flowers; Hitter Sweet;
Hatnnna, ner iMn ana .Mine; tUaienuge litems;
HsTon's Poems; Thompson's iWms; Cowpcr's Poems;
Aldrich's I'oems: Roacr's Poemsl Lslton's Poems t
AInswonh's Poems ; Goldsmith's Poems llctrun's
Poems; OssUn's I'oems; Cnibbe's Poems; Homers
Odyssey: Pope's Poems; Herbert's Poems; Kbit
White's I'oems: Shtllev's Poems i Sontrs. sacred and
dcvotbnal; I.nngfcllkw s I'oems; Teftavtoii lVcrai;
ttotsien i-oemsi aruswonn ruttni; uantet itms;
Drifting Snow flake, poem; New Songs fur little pea
1; ltle PcojJe U the Snow; The Rose; Scltools
and Masters u Painting; Around the HuU; AUde
With Me; He Giveth His Heloted Sleep; 0nS.
same; KsnUlor; WoUngof the Water Witch; Pretty
tiYt ana other laiuuisj ioiing toward sunset;
Iris. Siodilard lOein: lliAnatoinls 1 SensiU Kil,
luellt; Hannah jane J Children of the Village; Con
te injur ary Art; IkMoii Town Hie Shepherd f July.
COMPLETE SETS nV STANDARD AUTHORS,
History cf England, by MacauUy, $ vols.
Works cf Cluule ladi. l vol.
HalUml's Works, 4 vols.
MacauUy Complete Woaks, I vol.
Essays and Poems, I vol.
Martlneau's HUioryof England, j not.
I king's Curaplef Works, is vols,
HcaconslarU's Works, ll wl.
Dr. ll'elland't Works. 16 wk
Talet fiuai Foreign 'longues, 4 volu
'Ihomas I H Qulncey Works, 6 vols.
Mr. A, U. T. WhUners Works
Nathaniel Hawthorn's Wotks, i) tolt.
Knlfhi's IIMory of England, t vol.
Molier's iHsmatlc Woikst ) vols.
Ikvout CUsidc, 4 vvts.
Half Hours with Hea Auiltors, jvvli.rby Chalks
Chaile DkltuV lUceUor Edition, is yUs,
Cwlton EdtttsA, vvL.
' literary Ldukw, 9VuU.
Henry FUldmg's Wurks, 4 t4.
Shakespeare's Works, by Kalghl, a voU,
Cojat l.ands W Cooper, vol., photo. U,
aRdmane of ltUoryt ly RUchI'-EngLuwla1
"IM ua 1111 41Ult4J,!H (9WH, IVIla
r r-snre, t?iut nu imiu-i vojs
Caotr-aigns of lU Civil War, 1 JU.
MJ rMI( ifKaVm, W Wa
Ufe.Uuer. Fic,of CorgTVknor. s vol.
HUivTvU ihe RoctUM undr lite Etikue. I sola.
IUsm' KiieafftJ Fall of Ihe OifsnlstaUe (oitimol(
Uteralure and litciaiy Men U Great Hriiala and
All otdeis teowusllv aiteisdaiJ la. aisd eov.U Lx uik
UlaiMJs biikH wlifisUieabaAsddiu tadwwvw
tiocw, fitW biUiuiiUus itsosdd W scat U guUeUa
M-WtiUns fot when.
THOttA , TUmVM,
M. m Wmi tin-
oriOf AND IIONOLIIX' I'Af Kl 1
m mtl fens fieaM.Jit.rtHa fan mm fmt I'alasi
tfrf ft. SVl'PaSlefH llWtWfiftWtSt -Wtflt
Otttn. tl tnmty.mtttr! Mmm iKa lawt
nana. Amw e llwrtat fleaam A f , No. at MnVr
ffUHj ffatSVlHI, Nl
si.. iJKf;vi.n m v-tM
Vf. i;. DvaMrr Ctuwiiiialar
in. ua faa
II0K0K0K0OH OR MjOUT tlWU'MW.U htm
1 9t f fSjfpJr'el W pAaMNfjpi Wsry fo
pOK HAM fKANriSCO,
"U I j LA,"
WlM aaN m m ataaaa K 1M1 trial, fay IrasfM m
Paataga aastly in
V. HHKWF.K In
anaatt rn tm. toutmna rnaataaa
I'l-AO Hri leUWMii llaR. OMoa om nf
tsii ami ffMattM (wee!,
-vciiakil rrr.Mmiii' conANr.
svainr r uti it
Will laata taa I'randaaa tut llanoath lha
9th Day of each Month,
r.Humliar. Inm llolauM. an ika atral dajr ttah
month, Han Fraiitlarii Airtaiia,
J II.Th-KKCKK!. ft IIKOit,
llonnlala Aittala ,,. tlaiVtt ! ,
Wm. O. IKWIrt-lsr. o
DKKJ FOR SAI.K
TIM IIISHI NINITO,
llatinc iHalerinna aaltfaaitt rrnarrt, tith a itoial in
venloiy, ami .all fount in galia, Kizgiaft, Me , it
now orTerrii m t.1. I'ar l'atarlara iwKiirt of
A J. CAM1WKICJIIT
piN'll'.lsS LINK I'OK SAN PKA.NXiSC'O
IlltlUllUt .' Co., Joint,
SlrrcltirKliwrrrtivMl Slnraie frt', ami Hiatal rath
advance, made on aliipinnfilt hy llitt HAe
? I ME TAPLC,
Kino. Mast rar
Steamer I-il-lile will leave HonoluKj ch TuUy
at 4 r, M.t losKhinz at I jhjlr, MuLieit IUy( Makeru,
Mahukona, Kawaiftac, luit)ijclta aiMl Hilo,
Returninc will touch at all Ihe above parts, arritin
at HofMIulu each Sunday a. m.
S WILDER Co,
P O. HALX & SOM,
CALt, ATTKNTlOtt TO
A Splendid New jA of Reel k. lUrion's
Silver llated ArVare
Jvtr OrcKEti Attn w Fok Satr,
Tliis U tlte finest eletkin of these good's ever ofTeml
in this markeL All of the lata and most beautiful le
signe. Also a very choice Ua cf
French Patahitt and Glass DetorattJ fasts,
Quins Nrw in this Makkct.
SOOH TO ARITIVT, A CH01CB VOT Of
GORHAM SOLID SILVER WARE,
IN GREAT VARIETY,
All of which are most suitable for Christmas, Wed
ding and Birthday gifts. AU are (oordially inviied to
call and examine these beautiful goods, tut don't buy
unless you want to.
WE HAVE ALSO rOB SALE THE htW
Kalakana Washing Machine,
of 1 lawrauan intention ar manufacture; a good ankle.
ALSO ON HAND THE ftCST ASSOKTSiENr Or
IN the MAttitirr.
TwENTT-TWO I)iriEKt.NT SlXE AKU KlKP.
Halls Steel I lows, cutting from 5 lo 14, indtes. HaU
li, 1. is and 16-inch HtcAkers, u-lnch KuUOutetu,
Sub-soil i'knrs. Hall's Furrow Pow. Side II 3l
Plows, 10, 11 and iinche. 16'inch Sulky
I lows, nude specially (or llama kua
Plantaikms, Na t l.uckc)-v Mow
ers, !1ow handles, eatra points
and beams for all plow
that we keep,
AGRICULTURAL i'LE! MS
of alt limit,
MCCIIANMCS TOOLS, SHELF HARDWARE
alUiM.N'AILSanl Sl'l KES. all lituU atal
tuts, REED & BARTON'S CEU
In (Teat taratty aoj in
VERY BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS.
STOVES AND RANGES
of ttuny Via and abtt.
We malt) a ptIitlt j-of
LlwXD and ZINC (4 dilTcrrnt usialiiKa, WiiJet
a full lint U aU I)KV I'AINTS ..nuJ. aixl
orerancaIWntt HUH liUCK'S l.u
tola HOIl. Kit I.INSt.KU OIL, .a
can tell al ilia ImtM figurta. Of
cr ,att) (.Uuut taf
BEST LUXRICATINO OJXS,
tis-ikatantl. cax ee rallnn. MASUK"S HOUSE
ana t.u.sv.ii uiwhs, iKMiUunan
l'aiott kno.m We (us. iww th.
ZaavrirMt atoek or
the Fast acJ Fiaitce, ever bsTcrcit
in this Mul,
PUMPS, BOLTS, PACKING
IM oa .ill awt auo. u taaattrata uuy ant of taa
thoutaiaj and cma aflklat llul sr. latp, at it acaaM
aittr a. tlaA a .tiol. u. uf ilia aaaa.
Wa curdiallt lavil. our filtnda and iiuiiam. i.. r.u
and aaaadna evt tfaaodid Uixl. ta" (.! I intrnMlnt
and taty .ill pamiaMd uf tiliai . lay tar
J Ni Sttanwr aty rf Nw Vsa.
SECOND LOT OF STEW
Bailey & Co.'h
RREATTIUS CKW SI0UK, t.v "r tw?
r-snui'iiUATiiiN Knrirt-Ai iw
ta ,lW uf Ik. Civta kaMh llajatatka CV. UI4
MtavauaW.bfll. lUka.UX.Cu.. utltWltaktafOa.
oWr, A. U Ma. & Ma.aw aaVtat ata tatatol
Um lLa (alaaut )aarS
lrKUlat 1 1. Iliaa.
SAhutuau H, I Vila.
1 1 a aa a v W. hsuaiiBT.
WlUlAMttSMUU , .
S. R DOlfr
FOR SALE.-A FEW l)WlrUJaLK I"