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SATURDAY, FBDRUAHV iy, iMj.
Notice of any event vof Interest transpiring on
the other Islands will always be thankfully receleed
for publication, Correspondent! are re quelled to
append their true namea to all communications,
not for publication necessarily, but at a euarantre
that the writer li acting In good faith.
J M K.iMMia, 'm, Iii MiperscilcHl S. K.
Km, !" to Minister of Finance.
Tlic Cotisliit' Society meets IliU evening al
II. A. I', Cartel's, resilience, Nuunmi avenue.
A new Ministry Ins nt list lcs?ii announced;
nr, rather, an nU ministry with a new foesil
Our nliton.il on " O1T1ei.1l Inilficlcncy" was
in ty- Iiefore the clmnge in tlte mlnhtiy liail
Three pin, fiieil at 1 v. M., will mails the
day iikiii which the ttispl.iy of Illuminations
and lucisorls Is to take pli.ee.
Several article ami ciiiiiiiiuiiirntlunt inlcii
Inl foi tin iue ate unavoidably ctowilcil out;
but will 3ear in our neat.
The Irt;felliiu Mcmoiijl Association ac
knowledge a lilietal 1I0n.1t Inn from Rev, lllh
Horn) of Kohala.
We woiihl ne'er have liken In the com
nation, hid we nskcsl ami hern icfused an
There wa more drunkenness nml street
brawling, on coionalion itty, then has been
witnessed in Honolulu iluring the last twenty
Hi V.. II. A. I'. Caiter, the newly ap
pointed Hawaiian Minister Kcsldcnt to Wash
ingtnn, IimiW hidcaiturc fur the scene of hi
labors, on Monday last, by the .talaii.lia.
The heavy rains of the week have vriously
intcifeiied with the work of shipping in port,
to in fact it doc In trade matter ami vailoti
undertaking throughout the city; the stieel
being In a fcaiful condition.
A number of ctoii spoken of by the '.
C. A. a basing been present at the coronation,
were not Ihtie. Notably the foreign portion of
the liar wa represented by two of its junior
Our coasting steamers are all having a
thorough ovctlntiling in micceettinn on the
Marine Railway. T he Iwalani wat succeeded
on Tuesday by the h'ilauta-Ilou, and she in
turn on Thursday by the Ijhua.
Their Highnesses Princess I.lliukal.ini and
Princess I.ikelikc were not present at (he din
ner cis en at the mlacc on Wednesday last.
The question of pteccdcnce and propriety were
tne cause 01 their absence.
G. l' Iloardman. Port hurvevor of Kahului.
lias seized 1344 tins of opium found stowed in
salmon kinds. One Chinanim, the consignee
of thcsalmon, has liccn arrested and is now in
the Uahu jail for Ihe ollcncc of smuggling.
When the display of lircwoiks in honor of
the coionalion, will take place, it is impossible
lo say, a fair weather is indisiiensible lo
ierfect success in the matter. Due notice of
the occurrence will doubtless lie given.
"Kohala" will please favor the Vms& with
his name Iiefore we can make use of the im
jiortant information he has placiil at our dis
ixwal. See rules at head of this desiitmcnt.
We simply require this as a guarantee of good
The iiocms in our last issue by our late assist
ant, Mr. Geo. V. .Stewart, on the "Crowning
of the Dread King" will, in accordance vsith a
general dcsiic, be issued in neat pamphlet form
for preservation and mailing abroad, thecdition
of the Prkss lieing exhausted.
At Fort St. Church Mr. Cruran will preach
in the morning at the usual hour, and in the
evening give the first of a short series of ser
mons on "The Home." Theme for next Sun
day evening, "Marriage" a sermon esiccially
for young jeople,
Mr. II. M. Whitney lias liecn appointed as
Postmaster General, vice J. M. Knena, re
igned. The appointment of this gentleman
to such an office, is not only due him, but is
an apiMiintinent which will lie very generally
approved by thcsommunity.
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Wc were favored this week by a call from a
special corrcsjiomlent of the N. HtraLI
who Is taking notes of the alisurdities of coio
nalion week, and from here will proceed to the
Arctic. Verily a child is among ns taking
nole and the Premier's organ don't know it.
On W'cdnesday evening last, a dinner was
given at the Palace to a few distinguished
guests. Humor says that 11)1011 the occasion
the question of pieccdcncc siilcd the enjoy
ment of some present, but exactly why certain
liidics absented llu-iuselvcs from the table has
not )ct transpired,
Mr. C. D. Hinckley did not "lose his case
Iiefore court," as slated by the CitutleM the
first trial, the jury disagreed, and the case was
carried over tnllicncxtlciin. Itwassulnciuicntly
withdrawn by Hinckley's attorney, owing to
his (llinckly's) necessary absence. The suit
may again be brought up at any time.
Mr. J. I), Strong has fitted up the makai
room of J. Williams & Co'. Photographic
establishment, on Foil St. with quite an array
of sketches, Imlh of Ills own and Mrs. Stlongs
vvoik. This will lc quite a convenience to the
public, as conisaraliv.ly few, otherwise, vvould
liav c become acipiaiutctl with the work of these
artists, IkiIIi as to stvlo and quality.
We arc Informed that an operation has Ik-cii
successfully pcifoimcil nt one of the California
hospitals Uln the fractured thigh of Mr. C.
I). Hinckley, who it will be icincmhcicd, not
long slucc, broughtan action In ourcouitsagainst
the physicians "no attended him for the fracture.
An incision w as made ilow n lo the bone, and the
broken endsbcvcluil, and wiicil together. The
probabilities arc, thai Mr. Hinckley will soon
have the use of hit leg restored, but the linlb
will necessarily be slightly shortened.
The V. M. C. A. held Its regular monthly
meeting at the lletlul, Thuisday evening. The
several standing committees presented their
monthly rexms. Mr. John CavJdy wat ap
lkiintcil on the Tenuierance Committee in place
of Mr. AUlridgc resigned. Mr. F. W. Damon
introduced the subject for the evening discus
sion, "What ' ' for ou' lky?" inakliigvar
ious suggestions at to povslbles, lincofwoik.
The subject elicited waim cxptessions of inter
est and t)iiiulhy. A committee was apjxiiii
leil lo prosecute inquiry and pn.-w.-iit plans for
Colonel ai.d Mrs, G. l Tupnun ivassesl
through fiom New Zealand this week, bv Ihe
ZtnUu.Ha, enioute for Kugland. The Colonel
it well known to many of out people at com
manding the Transit of Venus Olncvalioit
luily that wat locilcit here in S;4, which
inultetl to satisfactorily, and with honor lo
himself, to much, that ho wat given command
if Ihe recent obwrtvation patlr of ISSJ that
KiwUnd tent nut In New calami. The
Colonel -foiluiutely luppeneil in on ut at a
ieculiaily eventful period ami aftsr the at
tendance al the cuioiulioii, wat decoiated by
Ilis Majesty with Ihe Order of Kalakaua, in
recognition (f hit services.
On Tuet.lay Usl, a tallot watairaigneU be
fore Ihe Police Court on a charge of laving
bectt drunk and disorderly 011 the night
picviou. A tutive policcuian swore llut he
had attested ihe piiuuier al the instance of a
wkitc woman, and on Monday night. It
fuiMsl ut, however, llut ihe Individual
ctuurt had l"'" iintcd on ilia Satuiday
iwevisHit tw dcseiting a vessel Ijing In mii, and
Ju4 Ixreu conlinul In a cell at the Slilion
House t-vresiuce his arrest. In tonic countries,
je4oilibllily Mould attach somewhere: but
Ixie. sue suuiute It is all'iieht. Such incidents
A IttcM best lo explain (lie tlitincliruliou of
fellu ingwiauc 01 111c ,-iuoii iu uciug
iivtcnkstCAl by icio4crt.
The K0y.1l C lemency svai cutentlcsl on the
occasion of I hi Majesty' C nronalion to the
following numlicr, anil classes, of prisoners i -
Jstsletii thieve (one of whom was a burglar),
OiM illicit distiller of tolrHs
1 tbiLstorl of the Ophim Aft,
One consisted of aMAtilt with HsteM lo murder,
One embenler of llovrrmnenl fund.
Alioul fifty iicrsnns weie nrrcsloil on Com
nation ilay for ilrunlsenneM ami brawling.
Only the worst cats-v, however, were cclleil
after tlatk, a the locl.un were literally full
early in the afternoon. Avenging the fine at
$5 each, the (!overnmcnt walicncfitlcil lothe
amount of $150. It lliit the fulfillment of
(iilnon't prophecy, lint the Coronation vsoiilil
aihl a ureal stimulus In litisincsn)? Truly It hat
maile Initlnew for the jails, ami lion dracrjclt
were in equal demand with "kid Rlotc-i."
The Statue of Kainch.imehi I, which occu
pies a position in front of the Government
House, wa unveiled on Wcilncsdiy last. His
Majesty, the Ministry and the Governor of
O.1I10, the Diplomatic and Consular coris, the
Officer of the warships in ott, McmU-rsof
the Privy Council, and legislature, and others
were present at the unveiling. The statue was
cm eloped with the Itiiyal Stand-mt and the
ilisinseslilurc was etforiiicl by Hi Majesty,
iiumediitcly after a few prefatory remarks
which wiictnade by Minister Gilison asChiir
in.in of the Statue Committee. After the un
veiling, a long harangue was ilclivt-ttil by Mr.
Gibson, and in tuin a seech in nitivc was
niadebyjiio. M. Kapcna, '.v. A large ami
intieil cninil of spectators was present at the
ceremony, who seemed more eager to see the
statue of a great king, than to honor the cere
mony itself. At the conclusion of the cere
mony, those who had been invited to attend,
adjourned to the legislative Hall lo pnttakc of
lunch which hid been provided for (lie occa
sion. All went on well until one of the King's
Ministers, preferring gin and poi to chain
pignc and salad, and finding neither hail been
psovideil, became so noisy over his divipitnt
ment, that the company thought it advivthle
to adjourn sine Jit.
CROU'NKl) AT .AST.
Monday, the 12th Instant, will lie a daylong
remembered by the jieople of these islands as
the one on which King Kalakaua and Queen
Kapinlani were clowned. Owing to the in
clemency of the weather for the two il.i)s pre
ceding the time apointcil for the coronation,
il was predicted by many thai there would lie
a postponement of the exercises; but, notwith
standing the muddy condition of the street
and Ihe threatening asect of the weather, the
programme was proceeded with and carried
out, with a few minor omissions.
Karly in the morning guns were fired and
bunting displaed in honor of the event, and
the military, police, firemen and others in their
gathering together, presented attractions to an
About 9:30 the procession, under the direc
tion of Hon. J. A. Cummins, assisted by a
number of aids, ln-gan to form on King street.
In order that the sttcets should be made pass
able for Ihe procession rushes were strewn along
the route from Niiuanii street to the (lalace.
It was formed at the hour aptuintcd and took
up the line of march lo the palace, the gates
of which were thrown open al 10:15 when the
procession, consisting principally of native
school children, deputations of (Mil ice, firemen,
Mormons, and a sprinkling from some of the
secret orders, with an aiiology of dclciratcs
from the various islands, filed in, numbering
aliout 1,450 all told.
On the arrival of the' procession at the am
phitheatre the different societies were assigned
to their rcsjiectivc iositions by ushers apminteil
for that puriMisc.
Within the amphitheatre the meniliers of the
legislative, depnitnient.il clctks and district
judges, with their wives, were seated in section
one. Next to llicin were seated the sprinkling
of ladies and gentlemen, residents of the is
lands, besides a few foreign visitors and the
The school children attending were seated
in chairs in the space between the pavilion and
There weie aliout four thousand sjiectators
within the amphitheatre, including men, women
and children, foreigners and natives.
On the palace veranda, on the right of the
entrance, were sealed the Japanese KmKissy,
the Diplomatic and Consular Corps.
On the lift of the entrance were seated the
Cabinet Ministers, Nobles, Privy Councilors
and Government officials.
The officers of the l.tiil.iu)iiiu, Mulint,
l.imitr and Wathuult were also assigned seats
on the alace veranda,
At the hour of 11:15 the King nnd Queen
entered Ihe main hall. At the apiiearance of
His Majesty's Chambeilaiii at the front en
trance of the palace the heralds proclaimed the
approach of the King and Queen.
The following was the order of the procession
to the pavilion :
Marbhal of the Household, Hon. J. M. Kana;
Marshal of th Kingdom, W. C Parke ;
ClugJain of the Household, Kev, A. MasUmosh;
The Honorable President of the IxKltUttve Assembly,
Hon. Godfrey Kliodet;
fheChandU, Hon. A V. JuddJ
Princesses of the lit ud and Consorts,
Princess l.ihiiokaUni and Governor DominU,
Princes Lilelihe and Hon. A. & Clththorii,
Princess Kaiulanland Miss llamct,
llearer of lite Kind's Jewels and Decorations, Colonel
J. It. Uovd;
Itcarerof the Scelie,
Hearer of ihe Sword of Stale, Colonel C P. laulea;
Itcaicr of the Crown, KuwananaVoa ;
lleartr of lh Robes, Governess Kclauhke;
Hearer of the PaUoa, Kuhla ;
Hearer of lh Iuloulou,
Hearer of ihe Torih,
Heaier of Ihe Kahili of 1'ili,
rlhe King's Chambeilain, Hon. C. II. Judd;
'1 heir Majestic the King and (juccn,
Hearer of Her Maesly'a Train,
ladies in Waiting lo tli Household,
The choir then sung the following anthem;
Almighty Father, bear! 'Hie Islet do wail lai 'llice,
'thai Thy hand shall lead our chosen Chief and King.
Itlcts, O God, the ruunof hit life and rule,
11 Ibf lslea increase with touts and joy.
bend heahng unto all the cui4e of the King.
Let wealth and thrift come rtowing from afar.
x Ihe nations rejoice In the frcetlout of the Islet,
Aisd was and goud will forever blett Ihe land.
And the glory fur all agct, evermore.
Then the Marshal of the Household, Hon.
J, M, Kapcna, Handing near the rail of the pa
vilion, dcclaictl the King's accession to the
throne, giving the list of orders with which he
liat been decorated.
Princess Poomalkclaui, sistci to Ihe Queen,
then advanced and presented lo the King a
puloulou iu a jvalaiu Uirne upon a cushion,
Kc KuVuioiwikauikatia, ami the kahili of the
King lSli, as svmholt of the ancient supreme
chieftaincy, which, bciug accepted by the King,
weie placetl betide the llinmc, ami there re
mainesl during Ihe cercmuiy.
Chancellor Judd then advanced Ufoi'c the
King and taid x
Sire, Uyosir Majesty willing toieallUus your wtsious
The King lepliesl 1
I am willing.
The King then left Ihe throne and, advanc
ing luwaid. the Chancellor, taisesl hit light
hand and icpcatcd after the Chancellor the fob
I, llaikl KaLlaua, King of ike Hawaiian Islands
katiug, ou lis inhibit U febiuaiy, A. II, 1I74. in
cofJonuity ssitk 1U4 ptysiskiiit of the Couultaitoo of
ihe Kiafdusts, Ua dide sUtted If the UjcultUvt At
inbi of lltaatian UUn.lt in the l.egidature of the
Ktntfilum assemMed. lo the throne of this Kingdom,
AIM navinR. on irw loilowinK uny, inrn urc imn ,-iv
icnbeil by Ankle XXIV of the t onsiitullun, ilo hereby
f mjr own trace and inntloo Kolemnlj- reaffiim Ihe aanie;
aiwl t do hereby mteimdy swear in the iresenee of Ab
mighty Gxvl lo maintain llitf Constitution of Ihe King
dom whole and insiobte, and to govern In conformity
1 he King then signed the tutlh nnd tctuincil
to hi seal on the throne.
'Ihe Chancellor then advanced and placed
the sword in the King's hand, saving:
Hees-ive this Kingli Sword as lte emkrit of Justice
The King receiscd the sword nnd placetl it
again in Ihe hand of the Chancellor, who
pvsseil it lo the Noble in chiige of it, which he
wa ordered by the Chancellor to iinshcath,
and he then unsheathed the sword and thus
carried it during the renninder of the ceremony.
Princess Kckaulike, sister to the Queen and
Governess of Hawaii, then advanced with the
royal mantle, or rolie, and placetl it in the
hand of the Chancellor, who then placet! it on
the King's shoulder, s-ijingi
Receive Ihll ancient Royal Mantle of )our predeces
sors at the ensign of Knowledge ami Wisdom
The Chinctllnr then advanced and placed
the ring on the found finger of Ihe King's
right hand, saying :
Receive ihis Ring, Ihe ensign of Kingly Dignity
The Chancellor then dcliviretl the sceptre to
the King, a)ingt
Receive Ihe Royal Sceitre, ihe ensign of Kingli
Power and Juslke.
Page Kawananakm then advanced with Ihe
crown, the choir singing the following h)inn :
Almighty Father I we do bring
Gold and gem for the King ;
Pure gold for the true Chief,
I he symbol of true l.ove,
Geint of ihe hidden mine,
Gleaming foilh a clory,
'llie glory of the unfolfing Islet
'tli.it grow in weallhand ea(e,
'Hut come to crown their King,
'Hie heir of Ihe farthest ages,
Chosen by the Almighty Father l
To whom ihe honor and the glory.
The President of the legislative Assembly,
Godfrey Khodcs, then took the King's crown
and raised it up in full view of the people
and placed it in the hands of the Chancellor,
I present this Crown to Ihe rightful King of these
Islands, approsed b acls of ihe legislative Assembly
in the legislature of the Kingdom assembled of the
)c.ir tSSoaud tS9r.
The Chancellor then placed it In the King's
Receive llut Crow n of pure gold to adorn the high
station wherein thou lust been placed.
The King then raised up the crown and
placed it upon his head.
The Chancellor then look the Queen's crown
and placetl it in the King's hands, who rose
and placetl it upon the Queen's head, saving;
I place this Crown lion your head to slutc the honors
of my throne.
The Chaplain then delivered the following
prayer, the King and Queen kneeling;
Almighty Father, whocroune! thy faithful servants
with mercy and loving kindness, look down UWrii these,
thy servants, Kalikaua and Kapiolani, who now in
lowly devotion bow their heads to 'Iliy Divine Msjesly;
and as'lhou dost this dsy set crowns of pure gold upon
tlieir heads, so enrich their royal heatls with Thy
Heavenly Grace, and crown them with all princely
virtue which may adorn the high stations wherein
1 hou has! placed them, and 'I hine the honor and glory
for cseranu ever. Amen.
At the conclusion of the pra)er, signals
from the palace towers announceil the event,
and cannon were fired from the battery and
men-of-war in iort in recognition ol the event.
No cheers came from the assembly, no re
sponse, though they were earnestly invited so
lo do by the choir in Ihe following anthem :
Cry out O Isles, with joy I
With loud Sounding praise,
Unto the Almighty Father
Who gave union 10 Ihe islet ;
Who gave Ihenl pi ices on high
Among the mighty of the earth ;
Who hath led our Chief and King
Along the Jtaths of the world,
And led Him to n '1 hroive
Set up by 'I hee, O God I
In the hearts of his lieople,
Cry out O Isles, with joy.
With loud sounding ,raisc
Unto Thee, Ahnightv Father 1
For all ages, evermore.
At the conclusion of the coronation cere-,
niony the King and Queen retired to the
palace in very much the same order in which
they had entered the pavilion, after which the
King received the congratulations of the Chan
cellor, Cabinet Ministers, Nobles, Associate
Justices, Privy Councillors and Circuit Judges,
the Diplomatic Corps, Naval officers, Consular
Corps, Police Justices, members of the Legis
lative Assembly, and members of the liar.
At the grand "round-up" the band plajcd,
in excellent manner, Meyerbeer's celebrated
"Coronation March," and Ihe jieople dispersed
quietly' and orderly. Nn'cnthusiasni was mani
fested whatever, and if it had not liecn for Ihe
gay trappings one would have come to the con
clusion that an imposing funeral service had
just been concluded. The assembled multi
tude watched every line of the vvould-lic im
pressive ceremony with pretty much about the
same interest they would a circus performance;
aliout the same interest causes! them to attend.
The glare and tinsel undoubtedly commanded
the closest attention of Ihe curious natives, but
a glance at the balconies of the jxilacc revealed
decidedly broad smiles on the countenances of
many there seated.
Thus passcl off the only event that has been
accomplished by the Gibson ministry in the
nine months they lave been in office.
The unv ailing of the statue of Kamchainelia
was to have followed at noon, but owing to the
uncompleted pre'iaratinits therefor, it was de
ferred until Wednesday. The forenoon of
Monday was, fortunately, clear for the occasion,
but rain again set in during the afternoon and
continued until Thursday.
The evils of freedom from restraint was
every whciu apparent, drunkenness being seen
on all sides, street brawls and distuibanccs at
night K'ing nototiout in certain quarters.
HAWAII'S VITAL QUESTION.
The first and paramount duly of a govern
nicnt U, In protect the lives and heal Ih of its
subjects. It it the natural outgrowth of the
law of tclf-prcscivalion existing in every living
being, that laws hive been made In nil ctviliied
communilcs on the globe In protect against any
danger which may thtcatcn, lie il from crime,
dissension, war or disease. Those that have
liccn most frequently neglected and abuses! in
the past have been the laws of health.
It has only lcen in modem times, since a
more intimate knowledge of disease and the
fact thai the gicat majority of infectious
diseases are tlue to a Siecific iison a definite
germ, which, by its proliferation in the human
takly brings forth moibhl and ialhokigical
changes has U-cn establishes!, that the gieat
iuipuilance of hygienic and saniliiy laws, have
been ircCrgiiiici!, and to-ilay, the" criterion of a
nation's advance in dilute is ihe condition of
ill huspitait, thectuueter of iu asylums, the
nature of ilt quaiantiuc laws, the scarcity of
epidemics ami Ihe way II guards ami takes care
of the tick.
An luiresiIon it aUuad among ihe citilued
nations oftauk (hat the Hawaiian kingdom
hat done, ami is doing, its duty hi this regard.
It it well known thai Ihe most loathsome, the
most hopeless, the most despairing of all
disease hat taken deep loot bete, thought
I from without, it tlaitcd at a cancsftosu tore
the blooming visage of this beautiful kingdom,
Mn ii,n..rt. i.l(, :,,.. nn,t.li n.. t 1.... ...
Ml, - , tttl.llll ,m, MI.IV IIUUVUI.l HIS, Ik ll ll.l
prcad until it ha sent It moibid root Into
every part, every branch, )ea, Into the very
heart core of your land. Ilow fast it is sap
ping (he life blood of your people 1 Unless a
strong hand and radical measures grapple with
it, a few more decades of lime will sec a once
happy and povvctful ietiplc eradicated from the
face of the earth.
The report hat been sent fotth thit seggre
gallon I carried out, that leiers arc stringently
.scaratcd from their fellow lieing, and the
c)csofthe scientific vv otld I intently turned
Ihi way to await results, llut Ihey arc misled.
It require but a few das residence among you
to sec that xeggrcgation a practiced here in
these islands Is a dangerous farce.
To debate what leprosy I and what relation
it bears to other diseases, I out of the question
here, suffice it In say, that It Is Ihe tame lepro
sy which peivadcil the Orient thousand of
vear ago, it i the identical disease which
spread over I'uropc in the italic ages when the
sanitary condition of thai continent wa horri
ble in Ihe extreme, it I Ihe genuine form of
leprosy (tUffi.inti.iiis gnrtcium) which
through all age In baffled Ihe skill of the
pli)tcian, which when once it had scircil II
victim, it hand could not be stayed; symptom
nny lie relieved, life lengthened and suffering
alleviated, but the scientific ph)stcian reads In
the name of the disease the unalterable doom
of the leper.
From time i1nmcn101i.1l ha liecn established
the fact of the contagiousness of leprosy. F.vcn
the ancient Jew lml the most stringent luvs
to send all Icjiers from camp and their clothing
and effects wereoidcred destrojeil by fire. In
the desponding cry "apprnich not for I am a
leier nnd unclean," the law of scggrcgallon
received its first plea. F.ven at that early day
when but a crude knowledge of disease pre
vailed, the liw of self-preservation made the
lcer as much an exile n Ihe il.ingcrnu out
law. It wa the same law which, carried out
in more modern tlajs, has confined the disease
to the outskirts of most civilim! communities.
Some, even among those who class themselves
as scientists, would stop and argue the question
of contagiousness, and the fact that we do not
understand how it is always accomplished.
It is enough that we know- that it is con
tagious, for there has never set liccn n leprous
neighborhood but what it surrounded an im
ported nidus from which all the cases h.idibc
come infected. The very fact that this ioison
is subtle In It nature should make us the more
wary to avoid it. Think of an epidemic, a
disease invading any nation or community and
attacking 5 ver cent of it people.
In London it would prostrate 160,000 jier
sons, in New Vork city 60,000. Would there
lie any doubt as to the question of contagious
ness? The first duty of such a city would lie to
adopt every precaution which vvould prevent
the further progress of the tlisease. There is a
law here to seggregale lepers. The Trainers of
that law have recognized the danger, but Ihe
way the law is carried out avail nothing, and
is a standing icproach to those who have the
M)vver to enforce it. On these islands are fully
2,000 pronounced lepers. Scores more are
walking the streets of Honolulu in all the
forms of its incipient stages. How many more
carry the seals of the dreadful curse, the dark
future nlonc can reveal. If leprosy is contagi
ous and scggregalinn Is the remedy, it must lie
carried out in all cases and at the very earlitst
slaps, and furthermore, their clothing and
tffitts should bt iltslroytd.
llut is it suprising that even bad cases of
leprosy refuse to lie seggregateil until forced to,
or that cases arc hidden and people flee to the
mountains to escape the searching officials? It
is no small sacrifice for any one to part with
home, friends and the associations of a life
time to go into exile to await the approach of
death. To such should be offered at least the
common inducements of a comfortable' living.
They should be surrounded with all the atten
tions, all the comforts that the sick demand.
Hut where in this enlightened nineteenth cen
tury, among the civilized nations of the earth
will you find another example of such brutal
ostracism where Soo sick, maimed and helpless
leprous people, subject to all the other ills and
ailments common to the human family, are left
fur months at a tunc without the constant at
tendance of at least one physician. And yet
such is Ihe state of affairs at Molokai. We see
by the teport of the Hoard of Health that "for
eleven years out of twelve the leper settlement
was without a physician."
There is not a hospital the world over, con
taining caiucity for 300 patients that hasn't a
stalTofadozen physicians constantly attending,
and a great many more trained nurses, and yet
here Soo sick are not allowed one physician.
When we sec what a thorough system of dis
trict physicians this government provides for
the treatment of the indigent sick in all tiarts
of the kingdom, the inconsistency of its action
at Molokai can hardly be explained. It is a
black spot in the lustre of the administration,
and the sooner it is removed the lictter. These
people ought to have the constant attendance
of at least one capable physician.
We must also call attention to the great neg
lect displayed at Ihe branch hospital in allow
ing friends of the sick to approach close to
them and kiss through the palings, to pass the
pipe from mouth to mouth, and to shake hands.
I.! seggregation lie made a reality. Thd fact
Is, Ihe ejes of the other nations arc turned
this way to sec if the government can demon,
strale its power of dealing with its deadliest
foe. The true state of aflairs will soon lie
known to them, and we venture to predict that
If Ihey once conclude that. seggregation is hut
indifferently carried out, and thai foreigners
are rapidly becoming infected, every ort will
be closed to Hawaiian products, and a strict
quarantine will be declared against this king
dom. It remains for Ihe government to heed
this warning, that a a passing stranger, we
give. The glorious opwtunity of curtailing
this frightful curse is rapidly slipping by. Each
week, each month, each year narrows (he pros
iect of its eradication and adds vigor to its
growth. Will you wait until it is too late?
Musi history record in the future the oblilcra
lion of .1 once noble race because of the stupid
ityofitt nilcrt? If the newly crowned king
would come In the relief of his stricken ieople
by facing this malady with the firm and Isold
action thai the circumttancs demand, he will
establish for himself a place in Ihe history of
his nation greater and nobler than the triumphs
of hit mure w ai like ancestors can cv cr com
Tlic null receiveil tier Suti brought a tare
feast of licli literature In variout tiiagailnct fur
leaden of all nrt, and the cvUencc of con
tlnuesl lilgli tumbril of merit of the leaillng
Aineiican ietrOii!caltcd.aiiiticailis; the revo
lution In-int; vsnmi;ht anioin; puUisheit o(
ieiiillral. acrtivt the AlUiitic, on account of
the ai,t fcatuica In the foinier.
The numUrt of Our Continent al hand in
slicate Ihe light lo 111 claim at a first clau
weekly uiaguiiic, rwit only in Ihe excellence
and vartcly of lit article!, but also in ilt illut
tialiiHis. The CliiUtimt numlicr wat ticep-
Initially tine, itt contiilmtort Uing llanict
llecchei .Stow, E. V, Hoc, Hostile' V, Kay.
moivd, N. Konut, M. 1. fiction, '"Uncle
Keniui ," M. 0. Dtwlni!, and Ubert. While
ta I Utc nuinbaw uc Uetotcd Iu tubjeett pertata-
Ing lo Ihe "city of brotherly love," Ihey are
nevertheless varied to suit a variety of taste.
Its serial and articles are by the first writers.
llaiftrt for I'cbtuaty I devoted consid
erably to articles of foreign IravebJ etc.
"Wild Welsh Coast" by Wirt Slkc, "Artist
Stroll in Holland" second paperby (!. H,
Houghton, and "German Political leaders" by
Heiliett Turtle are Interesting, and many of
the illustration ssess more thin average
merit, .1 doc also thcfrontlspicce " The Frozen,
Fountain," drawn lay Abliey fiom a painting by
Houghton. "I.ocal Association of Whittier'
Poem," Is another Illustrated paper of interest.
Miss Wtailson continues her "For Ihe Major,"
and Mr. Hlack hi "Shandon Hell." Rem
iniscence articles arc contributed by John
l'iskc and Frncst Ingersnll; poems by Klira
lielh Stuart Plulps, Julia C. It. Dorr, and
M. T. Moore. The IJlitoi's Uasy Chair and
Drawer arc a Instructive and amusing as ever.
The OttrlaiiJ fur February seem to smack
of the good dinner its prrnnolcr new and
old -the contributor have recently indulged
in. I he changes going on toward modcrnit
ing Irfindon is presented In an Instructive man
ner; the "Tlnloc" nnd "Annctla" serials
continue, while Jamc O'Mcira treats u lo
"Katly Dav in San Francisco." C. T. Hot
kin contribute "1MI a a Faclor in Kvolu-
tlon; II, Wheeler, "Criminal lcKiusihiliiy
of the Insane; and G. S Godkin, "A Mi
understood Hero." The latter article contains
lessons that would lie of profit to other rulers
licsnlc Victor Fmanucl. Oilier short articles
and HK.'iugivc variety, while no little piquancy
is found in "current comment," "Kat and
West" nnd "Outcropping." We arc pleased
to find here a very sensible rebuke to the I.mg
try criticism that arc so prevalent throughout
Tniilitr Stlemt Monthly for January and
February came together. They Imth contain
an usually varied selection indicative of the
effort put forth by It publishers to satisfy-all
minds. Felix U Oswald has articles in loth
on "Curiosities, of .Siqierstition," and Herbert
Siencer upon " Recreation" nnd "Social
Forces in American Life." The January num.'.
her has the continuation of K. A. Kngler's in
teresting nrticle on "Time-keeping in I.on
don," as also an article on "The Great Comet
of tSSV'by Professor C. A. Young. The
February issue ojiens with "The African in
the United States," which, while indicating
thought and care in preparation, is quite specu
lative. This is followed by an illustrated arti
cle on "A Prehistoric Cemetery" that is of in
terest to investigating minds, as is also "Traces
of a Prc-Indian People" in the previous num
lier. These arc but a few- of the many articles
prepared for the "evolutionist school" of
Tht Notth Amtruan Ktvitw for January
and February are also at hand together, and
is devoted to its usual class of weighty sub
jects. In Iwth these numbers Theology takes
up considerable space in a discussion iiixm the
apparent need of revision of church creeds by
Kev. Drs. Newman Smyth, 11. W. Heechcr,
Lyman AMhiU, II. C. Potter, Howard
Crosby, J. It. Thomas, J. O. Peck, G. F.
Krolel and T. W. Chambers, while Hishop
McQuaid endeavors in the February issue to
show "The Decay of Protestantism." Educa
tional matters are also treated uion in both
numlicrs. Rev. Dr. Thomas furnishes an ap
preciable article on "The Responsibilities of
.Progressive Thinkers," and C. T. Congdon in
"Adulteration of Intelligence" forewarns the
evils that will arise from the monopolization
of press and telegraph (if Gould's New Vork
manipulations iirernil, probably). Other im
portant papers arc presented by able writers,
appropriate to the times.
Lippincott's for January and February reaches
us together for notice. Its bright cover seems
X fitting emblem of the brightness of its pages
within, for on opening the January number its
wcll-itluslratcd article on "Colorado Springs"
recalls ividly the interest of Miss Hird in the
Rockies." "A Cruise Among the Wind
ward Islands" runs through both these num
bers at hand, and relate lo a yachting cruise in
uie iiaroauoes. rue jewel in the Lotus ' is
the new serial presented this year. "Church
Music" is worthy of consideration, while Lizzie
W. Champncy (reals us to a vein of Scotch
life not often found in American periodicals,
in her short sketch of "Wee Joukvdaidles."
Other short stories and a variety of pleasing
jvoeins go to make up a bright and entertain
ing magazine, but Iiefore closing we must not
neglect to note the, prominency witli which our
fellow townsman, Mr, F. . Damon, is made
to figure in "A Day in Tokio," by Charles
Wood, in a reception given him by an uncle
of the Mikado, the accuracy of which is, per
haps rightly, questioned when we meet with
the expression of "His Royal Highness King
The CtHtury for February ojiens with an
interesting aiticleentltleil "American Etchers,"
lacsimiles of inqiortant sketches from as many
artists. Now it is possible, and even probable,
that we are unable to appreciate art when we
meet with it. We acknowledge it to lie the
case In some of the sketches of this article.
When this magazine lias made such a name fur
itself in the class and excellency of its illustra
tions, we look ujion this illustrated iiajier as
but a contrast to the work of its own school,
of which the jKirlralt frontispiece of George
William Curtis by T. Cole U an excellent
sample. Frank Cushing continues his "Ad
ventures iu Zuni," with the same powerful
claim on the reader's attention as the first one
commanded. "Artists' Models in New York"
is evidently an art devotee's article artistically
illustrated. G, W. Cable, treats us to another
of his "Sketches of Creole Life," illustrated,
as is also "Frederick I.ockvcr," "Letblforse
Claim" continues with its charm of western
frankness, while ''Through one Administra
tion" tantalizes with Its lobbying and scjiem.
ing1 for selfish ends, but given us an excellent
insight into political life at Washington, The
tketch of "G. W. Curtis," by Conant, is an
encouiagciiient to labor for Ihe reformation
of social and tutitical evils in any country.
W. . Howell's new serial, "A Woman's Kea.
son," U-gins in this numlicr and promises to
of deep interest. A number of shorter
articles, with poems by Gosse, E. C. Sled's
nun, J. IL Morse, K. II. .Stoddard and Mill
cent Shinn. gives variety. Editorial jurors on
"Topics of the Time," "Home and Society,"
"The WorU'a Work" ami reviews of excel
lent works close an excellent number.
Iodic and Gentlemen )itlittg San Francisco still
ikl very desirable t'urnisiifd Rooms Kit Suit and Sin
gle at No. 117 Montgomery St.. Corner Hud Mrs.
T. lloiy, foeineilyor Honolulu.
To tasv Ladies of lluoolulu.
After January ist tltss AiuiU alojrle, a Kra.lual.bf
the Decoealiv. An Sshool U Califitnia, svill U (
ored to sis. Ussuiit la Kensington KmUuldery l Its
A Successful IfosiMt ASucocksfulllusssal A Utile.
tul instance of incests In a KctaB Dry (ends was; U
aaVjtdJ If tU ladiug Mdinery (Iusim of CtuuUt J,
lriJul,CiiKr rust and ilulel streets. The FrvtIctur
Mr. FUhcl has acquired lb. Ml of hvldins cvslvfs). Any
Dry Uuuls IIossm can, by freely advertising, draw cus
tomers, one ut twice; tall li hwtd ihesa, asd enjoy their
csxsndeisi.., calls foe tb.eaercis.e4 tact and hWralnr.
Puods uuiu U ssuxtsvj slosva audtuld fcrsshtt lley
rsrt: rstrer ssuesrescnl any arikle, that Is ih pUisy
it Oailts J, FiJkI, and ikat nulicy hat uaj lU aim
sits. 4 am (rtautt la Wa hot, s lis. ksa4iig ihufsmfr
UltU HutaulaiW. Tlst lastJtaa; Milssntry Slut, of
Ouuks J, rUshJ, Um Hooolsdu sthai Uacyt bio
tfsss Vwt. CVvkt J. I'Uhel tsaitt a tssciahy of MU
itsstry. (V TW'sit U ona' r il tlUt Lf lh cily.
ILLINGHAM & CO..
IWINIS, OILS Ami VAKN1SMI.S.
'Hie Urgent AMortmrot of PI OWS, for nil mrw to
it iminu on in huiuk,
llAmmi, Cult ir ad r llor SIW Of YtAe,
Ot Ilow, Oi Uitins I-Ot.iVr Cut I en,
Corn .in.l llmninjr Mil!,
(Jan)rti nml Canal HarruM .
Asle Orraw vrry cliap
Kl'.UOSKNi: Oil, SIOVKS,
I-imps CtiantMirrftaiHl lantern ncwMl
How, Melting, limn
PowtlVr. MVit ami Oa,
Hown'ff Slnmlnnt Amrrlcnit Scnlc,
i'or all iiirusesi;
tiottM?fnrnhfttnif (hunt ,
trr t.'mtm Tr-rt,
Call ami ex-iniinc ottr em!. Our Mful U w ron.
Mintly rri'lenMte.l with ilielitrM fl1( nuHl apro-irj
mtitiiiisjiii 1111 h ,y iniisownie 10 enumerate them
wit.iiti the twue of our ftJieitl-ss-inent,
Tin: t,.tn:sr yovr.i.ry,
sSontsMiitiif whklt no one MiouMl wiiliuiit, i one of tm
Mnffttono-Caloltn Vim-Proof Snfon,
llonJ Gate or Jewel C.-hc.
Kml one trilnnonlal otil of miny.
AVc 0 CemtHtttff ef h'tit nintam e firftrfi i
At a mretititfof the MikwiiuwUs Mutual Tire In
surnme Union, he I J at Naitlavkrt Iteacli, August 96,
l88it sUmfilcinf Uixe manuf,uttjml li) the .Magnet
Cat cite hre-IWf Cotniny were fchown. An Iron
U' fthout two fret luiijj nnd one foot ileep nritl wide,
wiiii(nmiiK uirre loiinnioi an men thick ot Magneto
Catcile materUI, wai filled with variout documents
KTcriiUuki, aihl part of n card of luciwr matches It
wat then j.lice.1 ujion a Ud of hot coitt, and at leatt
four feet of dry, hard wood piled upon it. 'Ihe tux Mat
kept muter ettrrmo heat for an hour and a half. Not
withstanding the iron cover of the tux wat no Uidly
war?d that the lining wat in immediate contact with
the il.imM, on opening it the whole contents were found
in n wrfect Mate of orcMrvation. A miuII fond and
note caw, designed to le iim.I inside of vault ami nafe
wat Mthjrrted lo the Mine degree of heat for half nn
hour, ami itt tonienix were alw found at free from any
appeal ance of fire or ituoke at when pliccd therein,
II. C. HlCFLOH,
Ciias. II. Cumincis
CllA4. A. IfoWLANti,
IltijAtl Houk, jr.,
AlrHRU M ItAKtiOOR,
IV) tf UrprrientatUe Insurance olliters.
THEO. H. OllS & Co.
OKKKK FOR SAI.K,
Fr6m the cargoen of the UI.LOCK and other recent
etseU, the futlowing;
Dry Goods and Clothing :
I'rinttof the latent M)Ie,fat colors;
Utile Denimt, Drown Linen Drill,
White Crouton .Sheeting,
llomxlt long Clullit, Waterproof Tweedt,
Towel nml TowehniT, (iList IomcU,
Tahle ClothxlaMe NapLiiiM,
Pnro Lineuf Shawls, Dress Goods,
(renadines White and Colored Sillt.
Colored Sit int. (travi ChMht,
Aitiilcial Howcrtand Feailierit,
Cotton Ilandkcrxhiefs Sillv llaiitlkerchiefs,
TaLleCoters, woolen; Colored hattmis and Crapet.
FancyaMixtiireand lllue ami Cray Haunch,
Victoria Itwni, Itrookt Spmit Cotton,
Itluennd White ChetV I.istado
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
Fancy Plaidt, Keeata Shirt Woul Shirt,
White and Colored Cotton Shirt,
Fancy Scarfs ldot Kicfirn,
Men' White and llrown Cuton Half Hote,
Itilick Hose, Men Krady-nude Cluthing,
Indict' Hats ( white, lLuk and fancy Mra),
lndi.i Kulilwr C0.1t, Cafreiiand legRing,
Itluennd Oray (ore UrUnlceli,
Woolen lllankcts, all ms. colors and weight;
Vrtrrt CitrftrtMt Vrlrrl lluy,
t'rlrttitml Trfjif-Hr lr Mill.
A full athortruent of (iF.N'l t.KMKN'S and LA
Dl LV SADDI.KS I alo, Sad Jin for lto-s and Girl,
and a few '
HRIDLKS, Saddle Cloth and Chamoit Skint. '
Sugar Bag, 20x36.
Coal Bur. 2Qx'Al.
, Rice Bks and Twine.
fnftvi it sinl t'urrHtfittrtl Itoujhitf (34 gauge),
In 6, 7, 8 and 9 feet length.
KOOFINO SCRKWS AND WASMKKS.
Annealed Fence Wire, No. 4, 5. 6 and 7, and Staple
iiatvanimi iron nucket, all uct;
(talvanled Wakh Hatnt,
Calvaiuicd Garden Ikirdenntf and Netting,
'Finned Iron Sam pan, all nwet;
Teakettle, real Japan taikin;.
Vavtnti JMch'M ami UitrttvH TUvh,
Ciarden K oilers.
Iiwn Seat and Clair,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Fancy Glass Flower Stands,
Fern !Uslctst clc.
rOKTLANIJ CE.MKNT-.KIHK 11KICKS,
Ltrrrpoul Halt ami Iturk Snll, Xtum, I'nltiln
ihiI Hnllril llllt, Wnrrrtlrr Haurr
English, American and Hawaiian
T L AGS I
lliree, five and sevru yards lonf.
TOl'SAU, SHKKT CHAINS,
Admiralty leM, Ues ),', i, ,', ami X.
rOWKU. DUI'KKYN STK.VM COAL,
KNOI.ISII I.EA1IIF.K UKIUNC, frum "jlois,
ALES, WINES 1MB LI4UOSS
"I'io- uKANii s-iour,
liload. WUf. a Cis's Ak Finis ami smarts
Hats' AW . . Fluls and tiuaiti
rientli pVandset. , ,. .In Lsilk ana cat.
Iletsncssesr't Ihandy li case), ..... , and fl
(Nd 'Iihss, tlap llraude. incases
Ct fstusb aisd IrssU WfnstMni,
Duidessis' I'Kad Har, and other Hm. Clarclt,..lH cases
Chiiniiigo. , ... .luarttsuai oinls
Alt; Om Thrtt-Mirf tttrrr I'ttilcml
v s THta II. DAVIES a CO.
"-pilR ONWARD MARCH Of PROGRESS.
In conseurrtcc c die erisngrs on Mertlunt street,
In the rpis)setl tenririft iloss-isof eslsllnfc tmiLling lo
male room foe llie NKW CAM I'llM.i. III.OCK,
THOS. G. THRUM
Will KKMOVl: Ihe Lusinett of Ills
Stntlniicry nml Niswii De.iinrtine.nt
At ALSO ins
Hook-IUiultry ami Taftr-Kuting Jlntintss
II1S KOIUVsl KKl.T STAN!)
A C0MP0RTA11LK HOMBI
'llie iinilerslc.neil lias mentis fitteil up
In elegant slvle. llie Urge nsitny Collmje riernrlls- l-
longing to llie t-niun estate, on Niiuanii slreet,
l)svnil the Contntfrtial ttnttl premises,
fur llie ir)0c of eotnllirlin
A Kliie.rlor IhmIcIiiix House..
Hie name of this pleasant retreat Is llie "VVIlm.
IIOUSI'.. ' Il cannot le stirviseil In It Wtigilom foe
comfort anil cleanliness.
tllK (1H01NDS ARC SI-ACIO'lil
ainl otnanieiilrit wills sliaile liees.
Persons of resiiecraltlity msy always I sure of atlieer
ful home llieie. A sittmK room Is set atusrt for llie eon.
sememe of guests. A KI.W MOItK ROOMS ARK
VACANT, terms fttwayi moderate.
MRS. . T. Will IK, 1-rei.ietnr.
sTMAnyof our Trailers slll remeimVr Mrs, White
as proprietor of the lotlgiiig house on fori streer, nil-
joining me rantnron rilal.lcs, ssliich wst men a com.
forraUe home under her mauagenictir. 1 1 fjm
IIACKPELD ft Co,
OFFKR FOR SAI.P.
liVt'oicKs or A'Eir goods.
Jusl reeeived ier A".ie ami Mait,
I'roiii It It KM KX,
ConMMing in part of at follow :
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
Denims, Drown and Wlilte Cottons, Drills, Tick-
Iiiks, Turkey Red, Merinos -black and
colored, 4 qualities, Repps, Alpacas,
Cobouriri, Italian Cloth and
Black, Gros-ernln, Fancy. Colored and Strlned.
Barege, Crepe, Ac,
Men' l'linthhhifl Uootlx,
Shirts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim
en., merino ami s.otion utiuersiiiris, wnit.
Bosom Shirts, Socks & Stockings, Cloves
Handkerchiefs, Poulards, a large in
voice of CLOTHING consisting
of Fine Black Cloth Coati and
Panti, Buckskin Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Felt,
Sacks ft Pants,
Boy's Shirts, and
Children's Jackets, I.
R. Coats & LesririniFS. Mom
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I. C. Umbrellas
indParasols. Fancv and Travellinp
andParasols. Fancy and Travelling
Shawls, Cotton anil Turkish Towels.
if Ouilts. 1
sols Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads,
White and Fancy Blankets,
rancy atripeu woolen, two sues.
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen anil
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants,
Genuine Fan de Colt
lone. I.u!in r.x
tract, luilt-t 2HMp, rhiloooiiie.
Od, Comu, lxHl1ins(JUsel
es. 1'ioet. I.
K. Hall, lliirniunica, Itlank IkMik,
Cold Uaf, Jewelry, Culd Watchet,
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums,
Kitcmlon, Arm, Dining room and Patl.w CUiirs,
Settee, Mirrors etc.,
SmltHm, LUilj'tklnm, iUrthn, Stirrup Iruthrrt
Hemp A I. K. I'ackini;, CoalltaVctt,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing I'lalet, Cupt, Teaintfc, Itowl, Cliandrr,
KIce Uisliet and I
Hikers, iteimjohn j ana s
Gallon. Sample I lot I left, Vaetand (Uware, A
and Tar ml Hot. Coal Hac. Uunnies. '1 wine.
Huilap, Wuolpack antl '1 willed backing, l.inett Masc
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
of all sues and qualities.
Sardines In half and quarter boxes,
Salt in Jars. Castor Oil in tins. Matches,
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue. I!. White Lead,
Slearlne Candles, a. c. And 6. II. 8l P. Biscuit.
nuDoucBS sUiiueeu ratnc u, wmie Atiic ratiit.
t . ' 1'af . . .'. a.. . T ' ... srss' .
De Laaize tils and Boutellrau 0 Branay
and other brands. Rum, Gin, St Puld
Beer, Ale and Porter, Port Wine,
ShetTjr, Rhine Wine, Fine and Table
Clarets, Champagne, Dry Heid
seick Monopote, Ch Faare, G.
H. Muram Sl Co., Sparkling
Hock, Moselle, &c, &c,
Urrmaii ami Havana Claai-f,
, I'Lsted ware Swons. Folks, Cruels, 'lea
sets, Cujrt, Napkin Rlnfs, Salvers, etc,
Fosket and Haulier Knives, Sclss.jr. Sheep Sheari
Needles, bpusms, Hies, Sjiuii, (lalvanucd IU
Iluuu liml. Keg Klvcts, llaiuilicts, clloss
Metal and loiiiimtulofi Nails, Cuiihert
I, (I.IUUICI, l
Ion Nails. CUiil
Sugar Cunleis Irssr.
Fire CUr. BUcktmltb Coal. Plra Bricks, Tiles,
JUcksmltb Coal, Plra Orlc
pty UtrrcU, Oak Boats, He,
Orders from jl other IsUrats carefully allrnded lo.
II. Ilurkfrhl X- Co.
25 MEET1KQ. ,
'list annual Meeting of the sloclhwldert of tint HeiVu
Sugar Cosassny will h bckl al the olhc. of Cisalsi 4l
Cuok. al u a. H., Fetruaty so, itSi.
Ii-ll heeretary H, S.CO.
IK YOU WANT A HOOD CLOCK,
If 1'om Hun I 11 ;ool H'mcA,
If You Want CUkU 111 Watch Urjiaitiiig Done
. ..., .No, la Kind Shut
XTOTICB.Ltler leslais.ii.atv hastue kaucd 1
111 lli. uuisvvsisiMrd.ali ntr.on4 having lianas agaiiul
Ik. estit- of U, J, ROmF deseaMd.ar heists; l4ih4
lo urvsant lb. sail, ssuhuul delay, anl svuhiu sla
Iwauht after th. dal hereuf, or Itwy ssill Xt fotcver
Usrred, and all itm4ss indeUed to said twtut lo suai.
susssslul.iuiyin.ul. K. A. SCIIAEt KK,
Esecutue of lh ssill of M, J. Rose, dessusad.
Hossululu. leteuary i, iKi. lay.ssu
Iran NMifraoHf IMt mUHUitmtitl taatrai
Aooly lo II. N. tiaaiasvaU,
Itltse atoaa, llawaiL
'URN1TUREI FURNITURE I
I IIAVK Kr.cr.IVKI) INSTRUCTIONS TKOM
J. C. GLADE. E,.,
IX) OFIT.K AT
' Ull LlC A UVTJOF,
WEDNESDAY MARCH 7th, IfJHIl,
At 10 O'er ex k A. M .
AT HIS RESIDENCE ON JUDD ST.,
AM, I UK VAI.UAIII.K
Household Fund tin
IN PARI' AS FOLLOWS:
New thtomins, tli.liol.lrreil Chairs, Cl.in.Ulntl,
tine Kuitrasmes, lleauliful I nl lid 'tables,
Oiije I able, Klwny I able, bide l.ampt,
LAROE HANDSOME MIRRORS,
SSIril MARSIR STANIrt
Music Sland, lltpnie Slalurttue, Ijiee Cuttalnl,
ONE UPRIOHT PIANO,
Walnut Bookcase, Walnut Table, Smolers' Table,
lUndsuma Carved Chairs, In pressed leather:
Aim Chairs, Caiiets. Writing Desks, Se Ing Table,
VV hue Oak SiilelnKsrsI, Vers' handsome ;
U hue Oak Kslension Dining TalJe,
While Oak Dining room ChisVrt and Koun.1 Tablet,
Vnriistr or rine PUled lrVarsi,
DLCANIKKS AND (ILASSWAKK,
ONE PORCELAIN DINNER SET,
(In While, lllack, Silver ami Red) complete;
ONP. I.R(1K CUTOUSS SKP,
Mos.uito Net, I'ohllng Chairs, Chinese limge,
H'lihntt unit Koa Itvtlittcmtii,
Feather Pillows, Children's Bedsteads,
M, Toilet rnrnltnre,
Common Seinas Chain,
(lit I mm: Kloirvr I'otn ami Stand,
Sewing Machine, Wardrobe, Tuels,
Meal hafes. Ice Safes, Water Filter, Bath Tubs,
Iron Feed Buses, I-atsn Mower,
OXE UNION GAS MACHINE, ioolixhti.
(Ivmnastlc. Apisiratus, Step Ijuldcrs, Tunis, etc
Pnrtioulan In Catalosjusta.
DODD'S BILSSKS will leave 1 O. Hall ft Sin'.
store, corner of FiMt and Klni; stlecls, at q:.ju and 04)
a. si. on Ihe day of sale.
1.3 E. P. ADAMS, AnotlonMr.
Hone anil Can-lag.
iti onlrr of ,I.V. ULAltK, Km.
Wednesday, February 28, 1883,
al too'clixlc, a. M., at salesroom.
III ('nti)lnaur, him iMryr fnllrrtinn of
(in German, UngtMi And Krench,)
ASh AT lif trutAWK, .voo.v,
llie well knuHii Mares,
'BESSIJi' a, ,( 'NMTTIM
the well knoHii saddle hone, .V.IA..V,
K. I. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
'I UK UNDKRSIONKD IS INSTRUCTED BV
F. A. ScMAtrKS, l'.s.; ,
Administrator of lli. Cslalt of M, J, ROSE, deeaaaad.
ON IIIK I'KKlllSKS, KINtl STREEt!
( Unless luev'ioudy disclosed of at urivatr! taU)
Saturday, ra.raary.K4rs, at 10 A.1C
Tin tNima itiick or -iita
SmhUeru ami JfnuHH Shop
htumciha tu miu sstatk.
'Hits sal. orTcft a iilM olilKxtunllv In llu tn.U
si.ll as to Ih. siUic generally, Iu Kjlslias. suosflur
classes of goods In Ih. tin. U sa.ldks, harness, etc
...il v 1. aimiu '
.. v.. a. nfnmia, ,susioussr.
QUPRBMB COURT OP THE HAWAIIAN
O Islaiuts. In FroUuss. Inlh. mailer of th.ssalt
oTD. ai.t MRS. SHI Til. lal.of llutiolulu. deeeaMiL
On reading and hllitg 111. tclulun aM smoouius of J.
II, Wukhosise, T R. Walker, adminMialoe of lb f
I.I.Sol II. and Mrs. hwllh, Ul.cn llunuluhj.dK.Md,
si vnaniKcrs, otiiws. issaueial.uuss. aliCully.
.;' .. so "o"sMifi.sijs,4i,anii uuukm
hisnsU ssith tit,!)! . and asks thai lU ssw mtfhm
t utniiied and aoorutsd, and ilul a final oidr may be
uiad. of distribution of tins ixoueily r.inalniliM la kit
funds Iu Ih. utrsont (hereto nstuksd, and rtiiTitritssT
hliu and hit sureties frosn all further reiflsnil3ray a.
wsn, s ,. uvurst inai aalUHUar, IM ISM tstvs
Manh, A. D. iMj. at 10 uiUk a. u., bsfon tat ssskt
luuUe, al CtkoijUis, Imn. Com I bouts, al Honotstssj,
be and llie ssmt hcieby la anooinud at Iba lltast aasl
olasss for bsring saU wtstioti and aetosssslaarssl ttsal
all ttruo hrfsrested way ihcn and Ibtssi lttwsr aasi
those causr, if any Ikty bat., svhy I ha taaas) iVsstkl ssot
b. graiue.1, and asay brsncnl Tsdenoi at M srsto aM
lukdlo lb. said oioouly: and that ll.k OHISST, la ssW
rigusn unguage, o. mumuJSssI us n B
i'aast nssstivior. xiulsU and laibbsbss! la I
lor I hie. suu.saii. sse.kt Ist.stosst hi lb IMS. I
Hl"ss sur sam inuuuig.
llaled al Honolulu, II!
liTl-.lhI.sd day of r4m
Isulsuof Ihe Issatat ti
S. !' 1..J,
Aileu I II, K. Frra, Ckrk of lb. istay.at. Conet,
-CUPLOYUBNT BURSAU, Y. M, C. A.
lloaotuui, II, I.,
.Iff I'rraoMe ttrklm
or al any of the other Island la
at utsry.ee. stia tsieaae as
IU ssnjcrtiajusd, who wiM do
tae aeosse, bstsrass