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A fr drcrv of actmly Ka. lonrinufd smct cm lat,
In the vut-Mi cft-ilt cf twtv, mid the wwnfwm of
.aiV-fl-t; U lit steady as rrwrid last tl Hw wth
from Sn Fraiwfce h NvC " mnlintml mrpttn
pf ! fwhste and aswrtnl mvrrhandt to mlmfttii
d-rcUn ntV s, aad frntA i-mtrti! ii carry on the
aiffrtrat IMMmg crttwm mi raHm-pam th cHt
AmiItm Have tUtiM cofttTbW atimtK. tnr
wtt.. the prlrif-. iwmih h tm tHe cttwrraf W
ci Mmuv (i W MMftftauw Co,iiK ifcn in ,
by L- P Adaim. It.- salt il MiffRM, tr-mfc-M
uttixloHljr. nd bVm rntfit ft a kit tntM
ntr ftij rtin limthr by tM mtt AN-fvtMt
Str f damag e-rf gti V Pteor Ve-moa iWt also
fatrn rt "for imnml e lwih Hwy contfin " tl
ft i Buitrf ftTt that th wrftirtwwrt ct--m.-rt.of. rf
Nr We care tm-i". we hate t? the ml
rather than Ikt e-nftioi. Tsday ww ehok rwH
itt l ertrd at T H ItinnAU'L
Lipe-rtt ft tW haw hw wImW if m wrm
irri, f4(t tof mm Sfi.iti JJ. TV Wei lwk
awsr t C (d htw fisM rarfo W4 i-amed
t JiW,j Th laRmfea ear go MikiH 41
Sli St I
We rttrsttt tKe Wchnt Fi-anclwr)
Vim by the Cay efSjaeir, reWilg I mrcl
m-iitcr. sad matVet c4ttoH.
"The mhrfon c t,ial Affpiw CrHrHt. In the par
IkuUf wMrmt rf Ihe St fcud OmwnnwM to
male more tAitfftftwy amnc for lrmwttiw.
c maris via Sin Knnciwo, hU men wbh ,
Ivth fr IS wVt rrnw tUtd nd ihoolow own
vu Tn fk pid ri wfiw lo tt, t uf4
I Kt tifimtMfi Km, wd iKt ftrict khoaU b com
mtmuriU, hi of rcwMt), nd thn U etjr)hefe
t crtrMd , thcmh iKr r At S. S Co. ht now thrtr
itrtmtrtort rJm chtthittmv wfir i thyluvf ten
" (oJifirAiion w lS rttmili, tAinc tffftl July
IX, fcffftt )m Wt thiU, tic tocvMtniTe4'toHtTo,
iai(ht, tfamfry anj nwJWnl trivjrllon hil
l9f trmain uiKhntJ rry i atnchHion, fo.
If our tttiurwt art not uirtl, mv ittiy rither. he
Ka1I par Income con fnmT 1 tmtd thit thoc who will
drwV And at toymen houU py for th jiiUce
d if the In cn liuor miki only V raltl cowmtmu
tttt with lh vWni cf iKe common compounds nd
MCordinf lo tS ft u!ti cf it inj alienee, mim wtuU
pf drkrly far I heir all too (frontal indulenctt. And
th country ! oun out of debt
"Ofwtaintr, nothi( nc w cn tc uid, thrtt JUyt
xnl thiMntPC, diy o to ot thowrn, and to on,
fimwn utUftd in mot, pcntonicthc ute, andproi
j-1 of a jtx! erj civji.
llauris lowrr, wKfit quiri, "ortt ran y Afraid the
r daw Dot," total! h dorw 0t wrAVr, na
(Wftt of Ui)n tcing able to name theu own price.
Hty Vttpi At at3l $m. And will prohably uy at thai
ft t rf till th rw crtp arnr- Potatoes do not pment
food trptnc vantK at pric warranung Uupping,
but nw itV improte In quality and ftifure Uuttrr
can t placed at t5 cent t, but it not adie
' VtgrtaUt art corrnnf in frvtly and wtthm the reach
tf all Apracit 4 cntf per pound large and tender
nalVt. Teat in all ccnditiont. and pnett. Khulard,
lor&atoet, mushroom, cauliflower and crier), all frtth
enrd by the ratnt, present a nn appearance at the vrjtt
table uandt. Salmon are now in kawhi, and plentiful
fait catch from Oregon already at hand A ahad euh
10c 4 St ii caucht in our hay lately, evidently of the
thlpmentt from Eaitern fih pondi So j-our reaJera
will we we are in no danger of itarvatton; but tailing
of ftih, I have et to find in our marVett a variety which
I conitder to thoroughly cn)o)-ablc at a pond mullet,
Icotled over coal at 1 have had it at the British
Chib in Honolulu , and 1 do not wonder at the name
who tpendt a day wages tfneelbe, toCAirylohit
family one amall mullet to cVe out a poi meaL
We jite herewith the quaiterly table of domestic
evporttfor the utandt, whkh thoos a ateady growth or
ma rate, at compared with the tame period Uat)ear;
ihou(h we regret to notice the rarrowing down of our
lint of product
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Acrirtd t Port of Honolulu.
KiUilta ou urn, SAr, front Kahutul
C. k. bifthop, um,Cmrofi, from KauaI .
WaioluuIo, Mb, S'tlton, from WVunuulo
WnUU, uJt. from l.Vo-.
irauc, Kh, front NfttllwiH
iWUW. um. KU. front lItloan4 portt
tuact NUVt, urn. McLXmuU, front KaiuI
'ilMU, nit- front Huulci
K&jU. tck, front V'Ua.
Kjtraru, kcb., from MaUlo
Vt Mli, Ktt, from I'&iuJtAu
itAAM Wller( icftr( front Htlo
tutuokAwfti. kh. front llAnAtjualu
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, " 16
Cut of Sfdn?, PUSS, IHutura, front S. I".
ftlofcojtt, uku, lcurtfor. iron Kouuu
Kurtift. Ant Lktnt, l, front ba I rknetboo
IX C. Morrmir, Am tVt Jlurintton, from St. F
FJ1,, An tAlMj Kuk. from hut. Irancitoa.
CUlttuMj Kh.( from llAnalci ,
ItOMt MV. urn. MdorulL from WaUam
Comk, O & O S S, KUIcy, fm llootVn.u
PuAlltl, Kb, I'ticnoB, from Ikjacn't LaaIuis.
maJuo, Kb, from ruuiua
Gtu. &rcl, Kk, from KuoUu
LiKoUho, X from Kolo
J. C. I or J, Am. Itrv, CnDila, from & T
Oty cSrdrt P MSS.IKuUiia.forSiiliMT April l
CiWt, Am. U., H.tUrJ, for S. V ' it
limct MMt, MCUOBAU, lor WtUltM
l4ku. Mm. Uofikivo, for MakWl &M If.
awfcjL ten. It twuiit
WilkU, Kk, for M.liU.
KiUitloolu. Kk,(or llutU
Kltk4,, IUt tk, klUkr, for Sa IriAcucn
WtcltttMitt, U & S, l'roa, for Sma
llkuru. Am. m, TWrtxr, lur South S4 U
Sort, OSS, IVjJJ, fur Sn rcix
C. K, UttAofi, no, Cmroa fur KauaI
IUUsu Htnt, tlmr. Srv, for Kftkulal
lmu, Kk. Vm kolo
UiitkMottii, kJl m HoJii,
liktliit. urn, KU-I. (or II1I1 Ukl i poru
IMMt Mlk.., Mm, MclVmtU, for K.all
tmit W4lkr, Kn, for pApatkoa.
i'jwll, Kk, fu PAttlaa
fnrruMU, Am. Kk, I'tltnoa, fur Kaua!
Mtrcbut VtatsU Now U Port
MotHiaa Siai, iVay . ...
W, ). UiatOfcD, ll(4Lstl
tA. rAiaimtac, C-iod-nan.
C K. UttNor, Walurs
Euoa Viaov. llampias
W .ME. Uslaaey
Ma baas, Bradkty, (utquasaAUM),
lahBT Covkt, laaacahca.
M W. Aaaav, I rtcauA,
J USMCBU, trua,
m, t JyaaVViiaiiw4Wa,
Sa M)MI KAk-guerAv Hutt. 1 vHte
Iiimk Ilrrltf II IOMS
VrtieU Btprctfd from For r I en Portt
Ilffratkfr, (Iff hk Cwnn. ax
m julv s 10 HackfeM A Co Atttitt.
I rvvumoL, rrft whip (HfUMiivi IV
Ihw May 1 5 I II iNirtetACo AceMa.
H. th. Am hV U Aiikn IJrffM
IhM Jane 1 4. C Hrewrr h ln.t erWi.
Piirhiin, tltr 3 .rnttrri -
Ihf It HacUfetdA to frnta.
OtawAiw, IWI alltp, SwNtm lMMfl
IHw July 1 ( U affcrUnA Co., (terrt.
liiHiN.riat MkKU, Ml S S Mm.RtDK
Ih pH M-pn. li W MrrtM A Ca,A(l.
Vaw Ctib. S S W. lUtMonifv
IhM (1 MacwUne A U. aal.
Saw Cain,N U". Urn H raurn Siori lUrnei
! II HMlfrM A Co.. acta.
DitMftTVaK IUt, AmMC O WHiTfttni Calhoun
I hie Mien t KoMiHon, aettta,
SwCtit,N S N , Am bViiw M i tv rtron
! Amil u a LcmI. tliitM aceowni
HrMff,mttH tier Vk I iviMwrw 'ittTnw
lh April ao-n llaclrehl Co., aeenta.
9m TH Ska K. Haw wh M tNA Kiblfng
Ihw Um ( Anril A r CouVe. atfertt
Saw C Attn. SSW m Mm (!uV KoaiRTiLONefi
Due Ami! at fc
Saw CAirt. S S -- t.mtt-4. Vooh
Ihw Areil at k t liwtnft Ln..atrM.
HnvtiKOMb, r m . t trr of lonHi, Uury
lae My 1 4 tl. iiaekitM k (.0,, igerttt
Hi Mmtitr, m M.h 1 1 S -
lhae Mbn A Kobinwm. nl
Vhtm Ska tiunm. Haw ach Ji u llollnml
IhwlaatAtoril A r t.Ve. flent
INskti txrsO, m. hV itvimit. , Jetiat
IMMln all April t -crweler , i.o,, Atetitt
St nK. m bk SfaartM trowle)
IHte lulr lu-ia, Catle A Cooke. Aienta.
S I atiiiv, Haw bl. Uiv (ft.t.K Hughe
(Vm Manukon. Ixaadinc Apr"
PnaT lUwuir. m h. rwiLKiMT Whltnt
I Tor MrihukovM.) Pu Atnl to.
Sai l'MViHiAm. bVtne Divuvnav Perriman
lhae May 5 to.
Ncwluru, N 5 W, St I.vwubncf
lAMtdtng March at Wilder A Co., Astntk
SawCaanr. N S , Ittu hV Mdnuian
If prtt Ji ja G Irwm A Co A gent t
Stw 1 aartr, N W, SnaNTiM
tkAtluitf March at C Ureer A Co . Aaentt.
St r nfcio, Am tAint r mm Clawma IAlotl
(IVfllikv) Ihte April m.
INsrt (AMti, Am. bitne KlUitt Culler
Out May 1 5 II HacWrkl A to., Agenlt.
StN r RANtiHO, Am. bgtne Conii kui Drew
(r or Kahului ) Now due
Pour Hlakkirt, Am IV.. Kmirb Mclntre
Iuc AdtiI 11 to. Allen X Kobtnaon. AgenK.
Sin 1 buncimo. xa.v St iu.
Due May o. mli Irwin A Lo, Agent.
Srt.ov, t m a. a. City or Nm York.
Due Mas r H. HacUe d A Co.. ata.
San Iraniico, r m a. . At htralia
Ihit May t j 11 liacWtlil R Co., agtt
The S. S (adrat it alii! quarantined outaiJe
The W II linvnd. I va. and I t) SprnVciV are
in the aiream awAitmj; carpw
The HniiOi tttAmer OlenelkT haadnchareed her carro
and dropped out in thetkay, and aixhored.
The Suer tailed for San I rancico Utt Tueaday with
a full (rtijht and paiAengtr lil
The mencan bricantine Hespenan it at Judd'a
wharf She tailt for Kurcka tonla in ballatt.
The American liarkeniine Flinor Vernon it still at
Hrewcr A Co.'t wharf discharged.
The American bark, Lirne Manhall it at the foot of
Fort ttreet ditcharginf a carjfo of lumber from Puget
rhe barkentine Kitaap it at the KplanaJe ditchari;
me lumber She returnt to the Sound on 01 about
At the P. M S S. wharf the American Urk D C
Murray it diKharginK an ataorted cargo from San
The American achooner Parallel arrived off the tort
4Vednetday She it from Ko-en Iindin;, en route
10 Kauai, sne aatieu again jettema)
The P M S. Citj of Sydne arrived from San
Kranoco laat Ionday after a cxd run of 6 day and
The Contuelo sailed from San Francneo Apnl 7. for
Kahului, in command of Catain Drew, l.te of the Wifi
The American hark en tine Malav, Pctrraou, put into
AubVUml, April 1. in dm rev, bhe wu hound to this
port w ith a load of coal, from N ew Cattle, S S. W
The American tern IHVota, Wendt, arrived at San
Francisco, Apnl a, after a fine run of uHl-)i from
The Amettcan bark. Skillman H Allen, wat tpoken
February 37, lat a S., Un. 36 V., from Itoaion, for
The American bark H. W.Alm it at Sorenon'
wharf awaiting cargo for San Francisco, for which port
she will sail in a few day.
The brifanime . H Meer it loading at Drewer A
Gx'a wharf She will sail the latter part of the month
for San francitco.
The J. A. I alkinburz hat hauled in to Allen A. Kob
inaon'a wharf, to load for San Francisco. She will sail
about the middle of next week.
The German hark. C R Hithop is discharcinj oppo
site the Cuitom House. She will load for San rran-
The ttnmh ship Janet Ccurt is dischargme at the old
steamship wharf, after discharging, she will load sugar
for San r'rancivra
The American barkentine Kureka is di&charginc an
assorted caro of general merchandise from San lran
Cisco, at the Esplanade.
The O A O & Cos steamship Coptic arrived off
the port on Wednesda), and anchored outside. She
landed aeseral hundred Chinese, and on Thursday
tailed for San Francisco,
Th American barken tine F.1U has docked at steamer
Likehke wharf, where ahe it discharging a mlscellan
eous cargo from San t ranciscor She will return to the
Coast with dispatch.
The following reaselt hence hate armed at their vari
ous portt of destination at follows ; iVirt Gamble
Art is ed March 11, Amencan bark. Kmerald, Gatter
San Francisco Arrived Apnl a, Amencan tern Dakota,
Wendt, tiM days from this port ; Apnl 8, American
trrigantme Selina, Miller, St!ne- Arrived Apnl 3,
P. M S. S. Zealandia, WebUr.
For San Francisco, per Caibarian, April id 685
hides, iqio goat aVint, a8 pkgs molasses, 754 gals, 837
pkga nee, 83.J00 ttis, 9968 pkgs sugar, 1,139,48. lbs.
Domcaic value $81,094 42.
lor San Francisco, per Kalakaua, Apnl 16-1541 pkgs
nee, 154.100 lbs. 65 pkgs molasses, 3,741 EI 6386 pkgs
suzar. 6S8.TOQ lbs. Domestic value Sj.86 a6.
for South a Islands per Haiord, April 16 350 pVgt
nee, 35,000 0-s. Value S 1,050.
For San Francisco per Sue, Apnl 17 31,346 pVgs
sugar, 1,783,000 tbs,( 1,014 pkgs nee, 101,400 It's, 797
hides, 710 sheep skins, 48 bales japonica, 3,554 bunches
Dananas, 3 boaes Deiei leaves, iomcsiic vaiue also,
Our list of Imports it unavoidably crowded out, and
will appear neat week'
From Hongkong, per Coptic, April 18 596 Chine
From San Francisco, per Eureka, April 10 A T
Uaker.J H Sherer.
From San Francisco, per FJla, April 17 C L Brito,
A ssauace, j uavit, 3 11 ooaruman.
From San Francisco, per H V Alms, April 13 J V
Young, Samuel Norm, Lee Wood, G r Quirk.
From Maui and Molokai, per Lehua, April 13 Rev
t. 11 lunon, 11 tJanicia,
From San Francisco, per I DSpreckelt, April 15 E
) II Stafford, .Mrs E A
From Kahului, per Kllauea Hou, April 14 S Forbes,
MDMonsarait, Mrt A IVati, a Xliiiea Fyfe, Mitt
Lewers, A Enos, I J Keddington, ) Kic hard von and
wne, .-hiss m iveii, iv uoaaes.
From San Francisco, per I) C Murray, April 16 Mrs
lllaon, Mrs lUtes, Mrs iHiby, Mr Weik, Mrs Weik,
Mrs Uonmund, MiaaGleaaon, Miss Sheet, Mrs Hants
ana a cniuren, air timtmrg, Mt Miller, J Mayole, J
From Kauai, per C R Htshop, Apnl 14 G N Wilcos,
Col Z S Sruldtne. 1 IoselI. a Masters Hindi. G lUrker.
andwuctj iitcomo, 11 K li-de. airs U M Uooke, 3
From windward Korts. wr lakellVe.
Apnl is II L
Nukloq aral son,
and son. J N W riahi. I I) Tucker. W R
ben, ti KcttU, K Kuiiahi, w Haaauanui, J hmcrton,
C I.TUdale, J Huckley, C EC)nmersley, G Hay.
ulden. Mrs C Notlav. A Saunden and wife. W H llai
U, II P lUtdwio, C II Make, XI Crowrunzburc, It 1.
t rom San Francisco, per City of Sydney. Apnl 16
A H lUiley, J F HackfchJ, L Iteynemann, W A Kin
hw U !m. Mm A IWrf. It 1. I tl... II I I ..v
J Ui. N KGucciaidi, C II Knaign, h Hubbard. I)
IWan, Miit V FaircUh, DGarsim, J Manick, J Mon
roe, M Manan. It Ik nun, A llahtr, 11 llcitnann, II
iiaanmoo, j ivcu, i.a iptrr. a kms, ai A Mnith,
WOtiphaati W I AUaander, Jr, 311 Chinamen, tj
Chines women, to Chine m children.
Tor South Seas, per Huard, April I? 10 South Sea
For AucVUnJ and Sydney, per City ct S)-dney. Apnl
17 O Lawim, J Gray, J S toung,
For Kahului, per KDaoea Hou, Arnt i 1 11 Khead,
MiuNTreztoan.AH lUdes. V R Mllkr. uUiimu
For Kauai, per JaiMakte, April il Mrtllarria and
1 cruMrtn. u saruia. 1 lUoomb. ladeck aihi iui
For San Francuco, per Kalakaua, April 16 T Ih
an. C Kolucad. Mr and Mrs iVxneruY. C T loaves.
For San Francisco, per CatbarUn, April 17 A Stark,
A Ihcksun. G Crawcraoiro, I. Iknll, W ToinMr, II K
Far rand, I- ltcmr. E Wery, I Murphy
For MolAal and Maui, per Uhua, Atil i6-Kct Z
II Turton, A Unna W Autd and wife. Mrs McCvms-
lan, ansa roster, ur Jiayer, aiim fc. retcraon.
lor KaoaL per C R Iluhop. Aped l-J C Glade,
Cap. IIciUj. l. N , laeut von 1caaan llraun, Rev
Nguck, DrMohxio Col Z h Spalding. ON Valkua.
Mim N Lswtrs, Wfi WottJ and wife, Mrs I mon and
ibaU, Mrs Ncal, Mr WUW, Mua Goadwin, Mrs Hart
wtU, jchiUrta and nurse, 44 deck and t so Chines
r c windward roeti. per UkLV, Aid 1 j Mrs and
Honolulu. Mrs and MUa SimM, G lXnU? I) L Kini
snala, Mm M UU, W R Urtncf A Eno. Mia I
WuJt, I Kkhafdaoa, II G Harding, Mis Mck..C U
trv L II SuJi. C AAan and ton. S L AufiM, &S
Cotfte, HAIlKn, Ulowey, batkaa, and abvut 4
I or baa I ranciaco. per Suea, April i S Spencer. A
MulWf M t IUmcI AlUsauiger.witandlaandr. P
Mr. II A lna, KaUv, liu IU
Mclu, A (Vln, W I'xVrum. I M
C L K)unlr,, I T SttuiArr, C AnJ
lUaJO, J AlJcf. A l
) MUUO.J u UlltL
I 1 altuJcv. C Aiuartej.. if. &&J
cruUr.it. J HoiAuL U iiymixa. if uj dtiU. t M
l4rrf Mr. D I ltlltni;)uanwtil tLMtiktw, Hn
lut.luja wtj 1 .luUr.a. II SKbrt TiK
A C.ttW u4 a cittUi
auin a .uMMrtn. . vriMo, in KM.mut. 4
Maw. .1. maJ dull. UU V r.Irtluk, O A Krnl
t,A utJckiM, MltoyW. CCotlk.t, I' I HaUw,
II A li.ll, T W iiwutuuui, N Olit.r. W K Wtlwa, V
ANus C U U'.ltk, b Cwiry, j Cw, O I NkboU, )
Wtllua, J fttcryf
SATURDAY, APRIL it, Mj
ntt: ruMi1!., or vommos .inysiu
We prrrntcil Iat uctk what may fairly lc
trimeit the Cahfornlan slew of the C hinee
innhlcm. We? shall hock the axnllcs ami the
ilitcip-lri of the editorial Infalhliihty tUma hy
admitting that c p resent nt only one of many
tides to ft tt question. That the planters
want cheap lalor uc admit j thtt I hey need la
lioi w cheap as they claim, honestly may !c
dispute) without tlispirarffni; the sincerity of
tlifwc who make the claim. We hold and our
editorial of last week, when rightly read, is no
contradiction of our present osition that
what these islands need is fihhfut lalwr hy fam
ily laborers, who shall fear children fitted to
take tlveir places, and who shall come to have
such a stake in the country as small holdings
of agricultural proeity would insure. With
the scheme of a limles) aristocracy we have no
S)mpnthy. It would tic a lapse into the chief
and fief ssslem a ayMem that not e en the
most ardent of "Young IliwalianV cares to
see pcricUtatcd. Solid prosperity here means
the ptosciit) of a commonwealth of industrial
families Among whom there shall !c no undue
preponderance cither of wealth or of posctty.
Among ccr community this side of Utopia
there must be rich, well-to-do and poor. Mo.
rahty, thrift, sagacity, the often too clastic con
science, and occasionally dow might dishonesty,
arc the lesers h) which rich men lift their for
tunes almse the lesci of their fellow Immoral
ity, unthrift, lax business habits, and sometimes
morbidly exacting consciences, keep men who
might 1 rich cither rncrcl) well-to-do, or
poor. Good elements and bad enter into the
comKsition of worldy proserity so-called.
Hut the dream of the Utopians need not be an
idle one if good men "pull together." W'c can
have in Hawaii just the conditions we seek if
the merchants, the planters and "young Ila-
wan" w ill forget their differences and join hands.
Hut wo may not make this kingdom a nation of
working families unless we bring here nnmcu
laborers in whom family tics are traditional
and the home life strong. To bring here repul
ablc Scandinauans or Germans or Portugese
or Chinese, and their wives, haing first clear
ly and honestly informed them of what wc
offer them in return, would be to build in the
wisdom of experience, with the tools and ma
tcrial of common decency, common honesty
and common sense. No fair-minded manly man
if he be Christian by profession and practice,
or by practice only, ccr appeals to race preju
dice. It h in the (tower of any twenty men in
this community to sow the wind of race antip
athy whose whirlwind our children children
might not ceae lo reap. As ct that antipathy
sleeps. At whose door shall lie the responsi
bility of awakening it? At the door of those
who invite to Hawaii more Chinese, or more
Portuguese, or more of any foreign element
than safely, slowly and surely may be assimi
If Christian teaching can make Chinese good
cithens, it ought to ha e c cry encouragement,
There was never a worthier work. To the
writer it seems that no similar work was ccr
more intelligently planned than is this work in
these islands. It seems to be satisfactorily
maturing. If it shall succeed, it will he h) un
tiring effort under the most fa orable conditions.
The family relations must be maintained or the
civilization of Chinese, in any Christian sense,
must continue the most wretched of farces.
So long as unmarried Chinese shall be allowed
to herd in crowded, ill-ventilated, ill-smelling
quarters, so long wilt the) breed disease, foster
crime, and offend alike the moral sense and the
sensitivenostrilsoftheusu.il white. If this
be race prejudice, wc trust our dearest foes
and some of them arc our dearest well-wishers
will make the most of it, for it is part of the
Gospel of Common Sense. But if v, our Chi
nese male be mated judiciously, given a coun
trywoman, a Hawaiian woman, or any healthy
woman to wife, to be the mother of children
more brawny and as industrious as he; if he
and his children and his children's children
may be brought w ithin the pale of Anglo-Saxon
civilization; if the Asiatic scheme of life may
lie broadened by a sense of things spiritual
which he knows not, as well as of things intel
lectual and physical, which he knows as welt
as we ; if jou can make him understand that
hlxrty and license arc not synon) ms, that lo e
is not lust, that public spirit is the ox j gen in
the atmosphere 'of modern society ; if)0ucan
do all this it shall be welt for your steward
Hut the earnest, honest and intellectual
friends of the Chinese on these islands take a
different ground than we. If one or the other
civilizations must go to the wall, wc hold that
the Saxon civilization is better worth the sav
ing. They insist that Americans or English
can nuke no such honest claim to priority of
establishment here as was justly set up in the
United States and llritish America. Here lie
these Islands, slowly but surely being depopu
lated of the race that held them when civiliza
tion came. The Hawaiian! are dwindling
) early. Intermit riage with the Saxon race can
not, at this late hour, stay the inevitable.
Many aboriginal women of Hawaii have be
come infertile through inherited disease. Fear
of disease has prevented many a recent union
between whites and Hawaiian! of native blood.
Yet male Chinese have intermarried with Ha
waiian women and their offspring have been
apparentl) healthy, vigorous and intelligent.
If any race by sheer power of reproduction is
likely to preponderate in these islands it is the
Chinese-Hawaiian. In another column may
be noted the remark of a voung Hawaiian-Chinese.
It is the key note of an impending strug
gle. I f ) ou do giv e Christian civ ilization to a
nation of Hawaiian Chinese, arc )ou going also
to provide a barrier to stay the Incoming of the
surplus millions of the Chinese empire? Do
vou Iwlicve that your pint pot of ) east will
leaven that prodigious lump of heathendom ?
If someday Hawaii nci shall become an off
shoot of Hongkong, without even the saving
grace of a llritish protectorate, will it lie well
or ill for civilization? Fortunately the apostles
of Chinese cvangcltcism in our midst arc will
ing to admit the reasonableness of the proposi
tion that no interest, moral or material, agri
cultural or mercantile, it likely to be Uncfitted
by the immigration of more Chinese than wc
can readily assimilate. Then, Instead of coin
ing by hundreds monthly let them come by
hundreds )caily. Again, let it be insisted that
they bring wives with Idem, that if they will
not rc-cngage at plantation Ulorcrt that the
major itottion of them be relumed to China,
permitting only such to remain at have proven
their adaptability to the requirements of Saxon
civilization, l'crhap, this tcemt unfair, pec
hap Saxons have no right to arrogate their
claim lo a first voice in HawiiUn public policy.
Hut the conflict of interests mutt tome day
come if the friends of the Chinese and the
friends of Hawaii nci do not agree upon tome
plan whose warp and woof shall be neither ten
luncnt nor greed.
a luie 01 letting tcemt to naTC set In. in
KmiUnd. JL'lirut the cruel snort of niceon
thootUgi and it it uid that the I'lince of
Wales It in favor of its abandonment, and the
substitution of Iniiutioa birdt nude of terra
cotta. This practice it not less cruel than the
systematic preservation of lutes to be hunted
doTj foe tport, and which hat been to severely
condemned by tome of tngUnd t best writers
jtn. ui.siioi':s i.v.rrr.u.
As the rlJttrtutr has taken upon itself to
criticise the letter of Ucv. S. I?. ltithop upon
tepros) published In the S.tn Francisco Itiillilm,
peihips we may Iw pardoned In doing the same.
The AJitrtner accuses Mr. Hishnptif cxat;Kcr"
ntlon In regard to numbers. We lielieve Mr.
Ilishup has rather underestimated. Whether
true or not that lepers have ever been cmplovnl
in Ihe manufacture of Migat, wc arc still pre
pared to letr nut Mr. Ilisliop in his belief that
it would be impossible ever lo convey the
infection in thit way, as the boiling process
tisctl in the manufacture of sugar would lie suf
ficient to ncuttallic any disease gctms. Mr.
llishnp sayst "In opposition lo the slews of
man) eminent phjsiclsns, I me alnn.) s con
sidered the tuliercultr form of leprosy as some-
whst contagious; and goes on to speak of Its
tardy increase, giving It favorable compar
ison with "consumption" in regard to Activity
of contagion. Hy the statement "eminent ph)-
sicians" undoubtedly must be meant physlcimt
abrosd, and wc think it should has e been so
stated, as it is well know n that physicians here,
with no solitnr) exception that wcknow of, be
lieve the disease to a certain extent contagious.
Some believe il to be very highly so. How
Mr. Ilisliop arrives al such a conclusion nslh.it
the disease is less contagious linn consumption
wc cannot conceive. Wc feel positive that
phthisis does not exist in this population in
an) tiling like the proportion of six per cent
the percentage given by Mr. Hithop himself
for leprosy, and which wc consider a mcxlcratc
cstlmitc. If not, how can It I that consump
tion is more contagious than leprosy, since con
sumption was known here long pilot to the or
igin of leprosy, and no scgrrgnion whatever
Ins been practiced In reginl lo the former
named disease. Kx.nctly where Mr. Ilisliop
gets his authority for estimating the ) early
crops of the disease docs not appear. If his
estimates arc drawn from the statistics of the
number sent early to the Kalawao settlement,
his figures in this respect have no claim to cre
dence, as it is known by all well informed per
sons lint segregation for many ) cars past has
never been more than hall carried out. Mr.
Ilisliop sa) s : "It is certain lint most cases of
leprosy arise from sexual intercourse with lep
ers." Upon this point wc seriously differ with
the gentlemen, and belies c the disease to be less
communicable in this way than by other means
of inoculation. Upon this subject we have be
fore given some facts, and have many in reserve
to prove the probable correctness of our view.
Ami again, "perhaps one or two children may
have taken the disease from native nurses."
A)c, and several more from vaccination, per
lnps; or in other ways past finding out. Wc
too "have sharp e) es for s)mptoms of leprosy,"
and at the time Mr. Ilisliop wrote his letter to
the Bulletin, could see "in this city," not
"one case a month," but cases every ijay. Wc
would finally say, that the "Honolulu press"
so far as we nny represent it, "will not be de
terred from their good work by the Chronitle's
misuse of their language." Not until every
recognized leper is segregated at Kalawao, and
all doubtful cases well watched by the authori
ties. A petition has been sent to the President of
the Hoard of Education by some of the teachers
of the district, asking for a weeks' extension of
the existing vacation. It is our opinion that
the government schools throughout the kingdom
have now-, ami alwa)s have had, ample time
for vacations, and w c can see no propriety in
granting any extension of time in the matter.
Teachers of schools li.iv c much more time to
themselves than those of almost any other avo
cation, and arc not nearly so much confined as
arc mercantile clerks and bookkeepers, gen
erally. They have but five hours work to per
form daily, for five clays, with two da) s of each
week to themselves. In addition to this, they
have ten weeks out of the )C.ir as vacation,
during all of which time their salaries are al
low cd to go on. It seems to us that teachers
who need more than this must be such as are
either inv alids and ph) sically incompetent for
their positions; or that the work they have un
dertaken is decidedly at variance witii their
THISaS WISE A XI) OTJIKHIVIHK.
The Auditor-General is respectfully reminded
that the public is still patiently waiting for his
first quarterly report.
Why was a confirmed leper, in whom the
disease was externally so well marked as to be
apparent to the most casual observ cr, allowed
to return home the other day on a term of
"probation," after having been pronounced a
leper by the examining Irani?
O dear Gaulle, O .west Catelle,
O brave Gazette, pray say
What ftantins foes with bottles of woes
Assaulted ihe premier era) ?
Your paragraph is blind, dear friend.
We can'l ducover thr answer end.
The Eltlt JImMii informs its readers, that
a mass meeting of latter-day-saints was lately
held in the tabernacle at Laie, upon which oc
casion resolutions were passed expressing un
bounded lo)alty to the king, and highly eu
logistic of the conduct of his ministry. A copy
of these resolutions, it says, was presented to
the king, and an answer sent to the presenting
committee, by the AiuHana tlua (second adju
tant), whoes er this personage may lie. Is the
fatted calf being tlain for Ihe return of the pro
digal? or what has aroused Zion to thus lavish
itt blessings upon the Mormon Judah?
The old sa)ing (hat "it is an ill wind which
blows nobody good" will be proven in thU in
stance, however, and we may find some conso
lation in the reflection that those who have
caused a proper criticism and structure of official
action to degenerate into coarse, mean, person
al invective will be rebuked by an intelligent
public sentiment that will judge fairly of public
acts in spite of the interested railing of un
scrupulous partisan onciy,-AJfrtiitr, 6th
Do )ou really think so, disesteemed con
temporary? Are )ou to infatuated as to believe
that the "opposition prets" could afford to
tell talutory truths about the "premier "and
his fellows in office, if public opinion did no't
unction all that it said, :wd Hand ready lo
tuppdrt it if a crisfs should come?
Young Hawaii must look to its laurels.
There it a half-Chinese in the vicinage of Hilo
who it too big for hit slippers. He tayt the
day is not far diiCnt when these islands will
belong to him and hit father's countrymen.
"We are going to have thit country," he says.
"You may find that the Unite.'. States will
have something to say about that." "Never
mind, China hasa better navy than the Stales."
The population of these itlandt may fairly be
uid to be already two-tcvcnlht Chinese. If
ten thousand more Mongolian males come into
the country within the next seven months,
January 1084 will tee Hawaii wrth a popula
tion Ihrcc-cighths Chinese. I'crhapt when c
Itccomc ninety-fire one-hundredtht Chinese
we may begin to wonder if it it not about time
to commence to undertake to get ready to tee
if tomcthini; cannot be done.
The President has asked the Civil .Service
CouiraUsionert to visit New York to inspect
the l'ot Office and Custom House there before
submitting their new rules In him. The
women clerks are quite enthusiastic, as they
arc advised that under a proper construction of
Ihe Uv il .Service act Ibcre can be no distinction
in sex in recommendations lor admisuon of
rm: u.i iit 11 foiii'.rr.iro.v.
(VirrMf'ttttirVriri1 !' rornrnfnf.
Herewith we reprint from the Oaultt the
correspondence between the Agentt of the
M.t.lr.u and thr Iloird of Health also letters
to the Ciutle from II. II. M. Vice-Coiisiil,
Mr. Ihvlcs, and from Captain Hradlcy of the
.1W;ii. Wc should concur, in the main, with
the suggestion of the Gtitettf, thit tome old
hulk lie obtained for Ihe Infected Chinese, If
any such hulk were obtainable. Hut we think
that the owners of the vessel ought to benr all
the expenses of quirantlne. The Gtttiltt Is
clearly light in assuming that the public would
sustain Ihe Hoard of Health, "Kit shows de
cision and ability." Clearly It Ins not shown
ability. If no hulk lie obtainable, the sick
men ought to lie taken on to the reel ami there
lioth eared for anil gumlcd. The ship ought
to be v idled by a health Inspector daily and nil
new cases temoved. After a reasonable time
has cl-ijtsctl, provided the surviving pitients on
the reef hive fully rccovircd, the ship ought to
be allow cd to land her Honolulu pas
scngers and all their property on the reef
and proceed on her way. As it is, there is
quite as great danger of contagion lo the city
from the patients on the ship ax if they were
on the reef; while the danger to passengers
and crew is vastly greater ; there is constant
danger of mutiny anil escape of Chinese from
the MiiJnii, which wc nn shore would be
Kwciless to prevent, except through the in
tervcntlon of the men of-war. The Ciiullt
Itelow we give Ihe Correspondence be
tween Ihe Iloird of Health and the
ilinnii. Since writing last week inform.i
tion has conic to our knowledge which con
sidcrahly alters the aspect of the case. Wc
were Inlormetl uy one 01 I lie pilncttm oniccrs
of the government that the MaJnu had not
cleared for this pott. Later nnd more correct
Inlormatlon states tint slic unl clear lor
this pott. According to the captain s state
litem he did not come uninvited. He s.ijs
that Mr. Gilison himself urged thit Chinese
should lie brought ; that he supplied Captain
itraoicy wuii iniorinauon, which, iieuig pre
sented to the Governor of II oni;koni!. caused
that official to grant special permits for this
port. Of course Captain Hradlcy had no
written st.1tcincnt.0l what Mr. liilison said to
him, no "documentary evidence" in fact, so
wc are nunc prepared to near the conversation
denied or explained away. Finally, it appears
that the government have not told the vessel
what she can do, only what she cant do.
Every one in town is ready to support the
Hoard of Health if it shows tfecision and abil
ity. The matter of the AfjJrat, however, has
shown indecision. She is not even in proper
quarantine Jet, and she has been more than .1
week al our gates. H cry one here dreads Inc
idtroduction of smallpox, but there is some
huiinnity to be considered; ami, after inviting
a ship here with Chinese, it is pretty hard to
refuse to do anything for her. The easiest
solution would be to engage a hulk lo put the
infected cases on, and not to land any at all.
However, something should be done, and on
the Hoard of Health rests the 011111 of practic
ing a s)stcm of " masterly inactivity."
HosoLULV, April 16, 1883
Kditor Oazettm In the hope of correcting (tome
of the imaginary facts which are Moating about in refer
ence to the Natirai and her unfortunate inmates, I beg
to state that the steamer wat cleared definitely for Ho
nolulu with 400 Chinese passengers -and the Hong
kong clearance is in my possession.
'the captain naturally applied lo the government
here for termisston to land nis Honolulu passengers in
quarantine, repotting that he had two Victoria passen
gers suffering from smallpox, whom he proposed to
keep on board, and he would proceed to Victoria,
he government very properly refuted this permis
sion, for they had no provision for the due isolation of
so many people. Hut the government proceeded fur
ther than this, and virtually ordered the ship away
from ourt shores, without oflering an) sort of help to the
captain in his dilemma. When the letter convening
this decision was read to the Knglish officers and en
gineers, they unanimously refused to go on in the ship
if this order were carried out, saving that their lives
would not lie safe amongst the exasperated Chinese,
the captain having exhausted his direct efforts, the
agents of the ship( addressed to the Hoard of Health a
letter, of which I inclose a copy, and on the following
day received a reply, of which a copy is inclosed. 1 he
agents Immediately wrote another letter, copy of which
1 also transmit, and to this no answer has been re
ceived. The crime committed Is that with or without the
sanction of the Hoard of Health, Captain Utadley en
deavored to get the restriction at Hongkong on
Chinese immigration removed, with tne hope ol bring
ing in a steamer load of say 500 Chinese every six or
eight weeks. He succeeded in the first point, and
others took advantage of the opening, and we are
threatened with more Chinese than we want.
The iroposal was one which any Minister might liave
encouraged, for a limited introduction of Chinese labor
ers Is a necessity of the plantations, as it has alwavs
been. Hut the promised influx is bevond all reason,
and we naturally took for speedy steps being taken to
Hut 1 am wandering away from the Mutrai and her
sad lositton to the subject of general Chinese immigra
tion. Hat is whete we have alt gone astray. Captain
Hradlcy is no more responsible for the coming of
Chinese than those who induced them to come, and
those who welcomed the new. that they were coming;
so I must look elsewhere for the crime.
The crimejs smallpox ; the penalty appears to be
The Hoard of Health are undoubtedly in a position of
great icrplexity, in dealing with which tbey have the
s) mpathy of us all ; but there must be some rights to be
recognized in the position of the MaJrat, and a perusal
of tne inclosed correspondence will show that the
agents of the ship have only asked that those rights be
defined and respected, and in the course they suggest
tbey arc emphatically supported by the port ph)slcian
and the phvsicianofthe Queen's Hospital, who assert
that the plan is absolutely safe.
It seems to me positively barbarous to leave a man in
such circumstances as I have related, w ithout one w ord
of counsel, or one sign of help. ( Where can he go, if
not to a Christian port Tt Will llritish Columbia be likely
to take in 400 Chinese simply because they are hounded
away from ther own pott! You cannot get nd of an
unpleasant duty by shutting your eves, ardtfitwere
possible, which in the face of tne protest of her officers
it Is not, to drive away this ship from our sight, she
would be on our consciences. 1 et I am told that if
there were an old hulk available, some steps might be
taken to receive and relieve this crew; but if the claims
of humanity depend on the existence of an old hulk, I
really think a compromise might be made, and-sonra
other similar plan tie adopted. There are persons who
think it good taste to twit me with anxiety to increase
my commissions at the risk of bringing smallpox into
Ihis country J and there Is one person I presume only
one who thinks the cagitain should be shot fur coming
In to get beef. I am not writing for these people, but
for th, manyt who, if they cannot help, can feel for.
brave man with the odds heavily against him.
1 am sir, vour oliedient servant,
'into. II. Davies.
Honolulu, April 13, 1683.
Hit Ex. Ike President e the DwJ tf Health, etc.
Sim; At agnts of the steamship Majrat, wc beg to
stale that Captain Hradlcy has received the letter for
warded vestcrday by you 10 Major Wodehouse.
On behalf of the unfortunate person, confined on
board the Mailrai we venture to make a further appeal
to the board.
Wc are assured that Capfaln Hradlcy will observe all
the regulations which the Hoard of Health may imiose,
and we would be the last to seek to relax the proper
stringency of such regulations. The possibility of Ihe
introduction of smallpox again. Is too terrible to be
trilled with. We leg, however, to represent to the
Hoard, that so far as wc are aware, no advice, assist
ance, or regulations have been communicated to
Captain Hradlcy, be) ond the Intimation that he could
be furnished with provisions, cool, and water; and
our excellency, verbal intimation to the writer, that
possibly firearm, and volunteers for the protection of
th. oflicer. against the passengers. upont their being
carried away front this iort, might be obtained.
Were this Utter suggestion carried out, it would be
virtually driving away from our shore, a ship under a
friendly flag, loaded with human beings exposed to
deadly contagion, and should the same courso be fol
lowed in other ports, the result U I'M appalling to cua
template. We understand lliat Captain Hradlcy will
now let go another anchor and await instruction, or
Wc do not wish 10 Intrude on the (irovince of ihe
Jtoard of Health, but we fear that unlcs. sonic positive
step, arc taken. lhchance of confining the disease
witbtn any visible limit will be alight, and slsoutd any
thing tike a uanlc anscon board, the consequence, will
be very serious. W. believe this could b avoided
without any alternative nsk, by the communication of
definite regulation, to the master, to the effect that the
actually diseased men could b. removed to any isolated
building on the reef, that medical examination could be
made of those remaining on boardt and that at a given
time after the last appearance of disease, the ihip might
be considered free
Wc have consulted two 04 lh most eminent medical
men here, and arc assured by them that the course wc
have named U ifectly feasible and safe, and wc re
spcufutly askjha.1 tome such plan nay if uussiblc, be
adrsscd by the board, or lhal at any rale, 11 may be
excuined lo Captain Hradlcy that reason, exist, why
Ihe course which otherwise could be adoj.cd, cannot at
present be taken.
Wc trust that our desire to alleviate, il far a. possi
ble, the peril, to whkh the ship, coaipanv and pasten
gert arc e.puccd, may excuse our addressing your
Tluard, and wc arc confident that you arc as ready as
w can be so sympalhlic with Captain llradlcy in the
Cut Ion b which he U placed. Itscenu, howcvcrlo
pur duty, especially so urge consider at ion. which
osay be advanced with due coruidcratun for the rights
and protection of those on shore.
VAc should greatly regret that any rciMSrt. weal
abroad which ought be misrepresented a. .flowing la.
bumamiyor want of readme., to aid pcrstjei. lit distress,
and wc trust our action may meet tun the approval of
W, have the honor to be sir, your caccllency.
obcdic&t, humble savants.
Til 10. II. Uaviss 4 Co.
Orrio or thi Uoaio or Hsaltk, I
Honolulu, April 14, ills. I
Thko. H. Daviu A Co. Ceatteuum I Sine receipt
cc yours U the 11th last., I have bad further concrcacc
WUDrnycllcaguc4tii'lM iua4 0 Health, aju. I have
to rcafurm previous SMurancw that the board cannot
coruanl to the landing Jibe paaacrujen oa board the
AfJrt arretted by wsallpoa under any circumstance.,
I have the honor to be vcur most obedient, servant,
Waltsb M. GiatuH.
HoxoLL-LV, April 14, iMj.
lilt Ex. W. M. W freuMml elke Beri tj
HiaUM,tk, Slat Wt have watknowUJgc receipt
of your letter tf this date, st. ting that the board can
not consent to Ihe landing of the passcngetl on board
the Mn.lrtii affected with Ihe imallpos
it v ,. ivt imrmKinMiir sro lor any sucn con
sent, but have endeavored lo procure such definite
anion as would remove ih .lf.t fritr from Ihe anomal
ou posit Uwt she at present ptnipte. of an Infected but
unmiarantinrd ship, and In doing to, we nav. tucgested
a plan which Is supported by ihe physician 10 Ihe poll,
ami by all the other authentic, we have been able to
consult lYrtmMllr, we should prefer lo sec the ,V.-rwr
and all her company proceed to some other wrtt, but a.
thit appears impracticable, and M -e cannot obviate
meiait that tnesiup ha.tdl. ilealt wit It In ailcnnite
ami tarlicabte form, we ate under the necessity or
serving legal adticc at to ill. step, whkh necessity
force, upon us.
We simply claim that liie ship be brought under some
ipisranline regulations, such a. the law may ovlde ;
and we trusl that Ihe board will ultimately tecngnir
Ihe Justice of our request, without compelling uslo seek
any aid front the law Itself, Otherwise we see no cows
on but lo ap ly foe a mandamus tommel the Insti
tution of the quarantine regulations which may lie pro
vided by Ihe statute, of the kingdom
W. have the honor lo tie, sir,
Vour ol-edirht, humble servants,
turn. II Davim A Co ,
Agents of Ihe steamer ,lf.l Intl.
IIonolull Kosiis, April 14, 1I8. I
Kiiito. flvrrrrtt I oalher from )otir dally paper.
(parllcalaily the '. C.A) that the public are being
misled a. to my iroceedlire on luesday last
Now sir, through your medium, 1 will contladict
Mime of the statements I we published
r irslly - I hat it was only by accident of circumstan
ces distnvered at Ihe last moment that Mr. llabcock
refused 10 bring ihe shin In,
.sir lialitiick nevrr uid muse to tiring 1
he had no reason to do so, as I had not told him aUme
hating disease on loard. but I ordered lilm to tiring ltd
snip tonn anchor outsiiie. lie was astonished at my
doing so, lint I told him I wished to see the health
officer of this ;uit at once, and gave him two letters,
one addrrsseil 10 Ills P.x. Ihe President of the Hoard of
Health and the other to Dr. 'trousseau, fully explain
ing the imsiiion I wa. in (those tellers were written on
Sunday, the Sits of April), and asking ihem lo lace my
Honolulu )iassenger. in quarantine, also the ship, Iaii
to allow tne to lake on board by mean, of my own
crew, waler, coal, etc., and to dear out of Ihe port.
Why I did not tell Mr. Habcock the actual state of
affairs, I did not wish to .tattle Ihe community with
Ihe distressing new. that I had Iwocases of sinilhiox
on tioard, but I preferred the quieter method of tending
Ihe informilion lo Ihe fountain head.
Secondly 1 see by the '. C. A. that as I am cleared
for Victoria and have no claitn lo land ieoptc here, lhat
I can go on my way rejoicing.
Now sir, I cleared from Hongkong for Honolulu
direct, with iassengers and freight, my shin being the
second steamer allowed 1 y the Hongkong Government
to do so, and as my Hrt clearance lias not jet lieen
altered, or my jicople landed, I do not see how I can
rejoice Just how; probably I shall when I do leave.
I hirilly I see by this day'. '. C. A lhat ihe
resolution handed lo me on Ihe loth Inst . Is published,
also tint Ihe writer of that article professes to aytn
pathle with Captain llradley, etc., nnd goes on to say
that they must nut forget that he has brought It all on
himself. Possibly the same writer could tell vou bv
what means and by whose help it has been done. You
will remember a few months ago aliout n certain envoy
dispatched to Japan, to try ami induce talior to come
down here which was not successful, nietlunks we may
date this great )rllow movement (as it Is called here)
from aUmt lhat time anil to certain v lews named lo the
writer by one In office in this government, Intimating
lhat they would l-e glad to receive labor in thit king
dom (anil no women mentioned)
Yes sir, I can assure )ou that a part of the govern
ment were notified about this so-called alteration of the
law at Hongkong. 'I here were two letters sent lo this
kingdom (teini-offlclvll), of course) by private In
dividusls acquainting n certain gentleman here that for
Ihe future vessels appl) ing for special license to carry
assengers, would be granted the ssmc, anil this, sir,
was owing lo certain representation, to His Kx. the
Administrator at Hongkong.
It 1. true the person making those tepresentations
had no official authority, or any written document, but
a slip of paper with n well known name and address in
order to lie communicated with, and two pamphlet., or
report, of )Our immigration laws(dtiring 1881. I lliitik)
Hut what surprise, me. thev xav in the '. C. A. lhat
the government knew nothing aliout this rescinding of
tne immigration ordinance at Hongkong. Ufhctally,
no. I'rivatel), ves. So much for those behind the
scenes. Hut I hardly think it fair to m)self or the
public to say that Captain llradley has brought It all
upon himself. He must have had help from a source
that was thought reliable. Now vou will see why the
'. C. A. knows so much about this Chinese matter.
lastly, let me say that I am too deeply grateful for
the kindness I received here, when sick, from a very old
resident, to harliur for a moment the thought of smug
gling smallpox or any other disease(into Ihts country.
t And now for the lietter information of your commu
nity, 1 wish to say that my two patient, are getting on
very well indeed. I have three Chinese doctor, on
board, who are certified men h) the Hongkong Govern
ment. 1 have no fresh cases )et and am extremely
thankful that such ix the case, for had an rmtlemir
broken out on board, the result would be too frightful to
I have had no assistance or medical attendance from
shore; although 1 asked when I first arrived, for a
medical examination, so that )our community would
have a better knowledge of my position. We are all in
pretty Rood health (barring the two cases) and 1 hope
in about 14 das. time, to lie able to renort to vou lhat
they are using their chop-sticks as of old. 01 course if
any of my officers should be stricken down he will have
to come on shore. Wow. sir. 1 fear I have tresoassed
on sour space too far. but insodoine. 1 hone I have made
1 .- .1 Ll .. .... t -er .V 1 , -
muicucdi iutiiciULiibiiic Hale ui anair. on oooru Ol
tne .ilatlras and those 01 her master.
William Henry IIbadlkv.
Wc have received the following letters and
copy of correspondence from Mr. Davies:
IIonolull. April 90. tfiBi.
Editor Saturoav Press: We have the pleasure
to state mat tne rioard 01 Health nave now declared
the Mattrat to be in Quarantine at this port, and the
object of our correspondence with the board having
ocenso lar conceueu, we peg to trouoie you wun tne
final letters in that correspondence, the preceding letters
navlng been puDhsnea in the Hawaiian uatetle on the
We are, sir, your obedient servants,
'lllEO. 11. Uaviks & Co.
OrFiCK of Tim Hoard of Health, )
Honolulu, 19 April, 1883. j
Messrs. Theo. H. Davies & Co.-Gentlemen:
In reply lo yours of 14th inst., I beg to say that the
the steamer Madras may be regarded as in quarantine,
inasmuch as her commander has hoisted the v cllow liar-.
by order of Ihe port ph)slcian, and the vessel remains
at ancnor in sue roausicau 01 Honolulu, twhicil IS made
quarantine ground by statute,) and has been supplied
with necessary recruits under quarantine surveillance.
As )ou intimate a purpose to force an issue in resect
to further action the board leave, you to this course,
and will be satisfied to abide the result.
1 have the honor to be, sir, your obedient servant,
(Signed) Walter St. GmsoN, President.
Honolulu, April 10, 1883.
His Ex. W. M. Gidsov, 1ksident of the Hoard
of Health. Sir: We have the honor to acknowlege
receipt ot your excellency . letter 01 this date, and we
take note of your declaration that the Madras may
now be considered in quarantine.
This intimation relieves us of any necessity to appeal
to (the courts to obtain a formal recognition of the
arrival of the Madras at this port.
We respectfully ask that Captain Hradlcy may be
informed by the Hoard of Health, as 10 what quaran
tine or other restriction, have to be observed bv him
from the date of the breaking out of the latest case of
disease on hoard, tn order to enable htm to land hi. pas-
scnecr at mis pun.
We have the honor to be, sir, your obedient humble
servants. Tiiso. II. Davies Co.
Honolulu, April , 1883.
Editor Saturday Press. .Sir: I beg to hand
you copy of a letter which I forw arded to the Editor of
the Vacvie Commercial Adx ertiter on Monday last,
hut which has not appeared in print.
1 am, sir, your obedient servant,
Theo. II. Davies.
Honolulu, April 16, 1883.
Editor or the Pacidc Commercial Advertiser.
sSTirj In jour comment, on the letter you were good
enough to publish for me on Saturday, you endeavor to
retort upon me for making Insufficient enquiries before
Permit me to wy that I have had three channels of
inlormatlon since Air, ijibson informed me of Ihe
receipt of a letter from the owner of the Madras,
authorirlng him to nuke arrangement, for her and her
.., L .. . ..... . ....r !f .!. 1
uutnuii r.i,. vu w, juiu a,..., iiiiuruieu m. tgl.Uig
Mr. Gibson a. his authority), that Captain llradley
had brought the two letters to Honolulu, and trans
mitted them to Mr. Gibson. Second, Captain llradlcy
asureu me inai oosn letters were posted in nongxong,
and came, as wc suited, la the Glemel for Vteante.
Third, )ou state on Saturday that Ihey came together
bv the -Vnrx.
It is clear, therefore, that 1 had no tack of Information;
although 1 suppose all the version, cannot be accurate.
Hut If any one of them be true. Captain Hradlev has
not neglected louse whatever opportunity he had of
rvotif j lug the coming of the1Wnu, and this la all 1
My letter contained no appeal to lh government, a.
you seem to intimate. At the moment you wrote, a
letter on the subject from my firm wa. In the hand, of
ihe Hoard of Health; but not, so far at I ant aware,
within Ihe reach of j-our editorial staff.
It U of course true that my motive, in ihis matter
may be open lo misrcrcscntalion, but they can have
llltlc interest for jour readers. And If I canonly assist
to save a man who l. down from being kicked loo hard.
I must let my motives take care of themselves tn the
ho;e, however, lhal others may entertain the same
trust In the punty of my intentions which you are con
siderate enough 10 express.
I am, sir, your obedient servant,
Theo. II. Davies.
The Sugar Cant for March comet to hand
with a long table of contents at follow n " The
Future of the llritish West Indict"; "On the
Weighing of Canet," by Jamet II. Mani
"The Sugar Cane Mill, itt Usage and Capa
bility," by James II. Man; "New Sugar
Canes for Jamaica;" "Death of Wilson Fori
lei;" "The Colored Ubor Question;" "Sugar
Industry of Louisiana;'' "On the Operation
of the (icrman Sugar Hountyj" "The Canada
Sugar Ucfinlng Company;" " United States
Sugar Quotations, 1877-81;" Kecciptt at Four
I'oitt, United Statet, 1877-81;" " I'atentt
(Monthly List);" "Kcport of the United
Stales Sugar Market," "Sugar Statistics
United .States;" "Sugar Statistics Great
Britain, 66 Stocktj" "State and l'totpecti
of the Knglish Sugar Market."
I'rofcsvor Newton of Salem, the taiidermhl
of the Jrannette eipedition, hat received a
letter from St. I'ctcrtburg staling that the
bodies of DeLone and hit comrades are be
tween llullcu and Yakouttk, Siberia, being
convc)cd by dog or reindeer sleds. The bodies
are sewed in deer skins. No traces of lieu
tenant Chipp were discovered. The bodies of
Captain Dtlont; and hit comrades will be de
tained in Yakouttk until October or Novem
ber, as the country it well nWh Unpataablc
J during the tuaiMf months.
rot the tixN.rir ot
the moduli; t. A II til,
Srstttnlity, April tfHth, tit Mnalo Hall.
I. Selection, "Solitude". . . . . . Metean lantc
ftnnr.luli, SimnhohV Clnh.
.. Violin twlo, "Concert Vieulemp
ITOIessor V Amdley.
1. Vntal solo, "Dua loscari" Verdi
4 Cornet solo, Fantasia and variation . Duhem
3. 7llher solo, ranlAsiA, . Albert
6. Vocal solo, " rrov.lote" Verdi
t. Cornet solo, I-antasia and echo... . s Dofiem
8. C.ptice, "Don 1'as.iiialc Doniretti
Honolulu -ssmpnony dun
.1 , lV,'l...1- 1
, ro march,, ,.." ' , .
10, H IUw..il t'onot".
RoA. lUwiciUn I.ahJ
$t no I DffM Circle
l on 1 0t.cry.
1 la Icon y.
Hot plan crtn on WeilntitUy at 9. A M, lit J. II
KoUttton A COc'i ij
Now BuildinK of the Y. M. O. A.,
, THIS (Saturday) F.VKN1N.1 at f.yto'tWV,
Comer of Hotel anil Atakea streets.
The public generally are Invited to attend, anil a
cordial invitation It especially extended lo YOUNO
POR SYDNEY Via AUCKLAND.
The Splendid Steamship
CAKGltX 1.. CommanJer
Will Sail on or About My VX
We re now prepare! lo Uiue tl.kett to Sn Fran
c.ko nd return for $115. the round trip.
Good for triipment p?r tr&mr can now lie ttored,
free of charge, in the fire proof wArrhoutc near the
For freljjht or iv-iiviRe, apply to
138 II. HACKFKM) & CO., Af,et.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The Splendid Steamihip
CITY OF ytitr YOUK,
COIlll . . .Commander
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
For San Frtvnolaoo on or About May 6.
For freight or passage, apply to
186 11. HACKra.l) & CO.. Agent..
CEAN1C STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
FOR HONGKONG, CHINA.
The llritish Steamer
Will leave for ihe above wrt on or about JUNK 15th.
Freight or passage may lie secured in advance by ap
plication to WM. G. IRWIN ft CO,
137 Honolulu Agent..
0R SAN FRANCISCO.
D. C. MURRAY,
Quick DUpsttoh for th Above Port
For freight or passage, apply to
138 F.A. SCHAEFF.R 4 Co., Agents.
pOR SAN FRANCISCO
J. D. SVRECKELS,
Qulok Dlapatoa for the Above Fort.
For freight or passage, apply to
13; W. G. IRWIN CO , Agents.
TJOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The American UatUentine
?r. if. niMoxit,
Qulok Dispatch for the Above Port.
For freight or passage, apply to
lie W. O.IRWIN & Co., Agents.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
The Splendid Iron Steamship
CITY OF TOKIO,
J. MAURY Commander
For Sata Frtutolsoo About Ifavr lrtt.
'Passengers will please call at the office of
134 If II. IIACKFKLD a CO , Agentt.
OSTON AND HONOLULU DIRECT.
CIIAULKS UREVvTK st CO.
Will dispatch the llatk.
Sail from Bocrton on or About Juste lit
Ordert should be tn IkMton not later than June 1st
10 insure smpmeni. ror turtner particulars, apply to
C IIKEWkK COMPANY.
I Queen Ure.t, Honolulu.
pOR HONGKONG DIRECT.
The Al German StcamsLip
A. FISCHKR. Commander
For Above Pert on er About Mar sat.
For freight or passage, apply to
li) IIACKFhl.Il & CO.,.tcntk
A FRANK COOKK,
AtltNT FOE THE rOLUIWINO COAITSEII
WAILF.LK. MA I.OI.O,
GEN. MEGF.L, KA1.UNA.
FLAG :-Kdwiih White Halt.
Queen and Nuuaau Street.
Office rx-rncr bl
PLANTER'S LINE lOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. HUKWKH 4 COJf IM.', .strcisf.
Merchandise received Storage Free, and liberal each
advance, made oq riiiptsvctu. by itsit luve.
Stumer liaakae will leave Honolulu each Tuesday
at a r. J . low Una al l-ahaioa, Maaiaea Kay, Maacna,
Mahukutia, ttaweinae, Laetsxtstiehoe ausl Hslo
Kctuxnlni will Lossca al all the above ports arriving
at Honolulu each Sunday a. u.
ATT1I0S. 0. THRUMS r'OKT-ST. STOKE
Las Uen received a (sue assuntsseal id HOOaS
lh.AMr.mCAN TRACT ssOClKTV Wwiska
the aueoikes of Sunday School IlUarte., TesvceWt,
and head, it f.ailsei arc, sasiied. lit
D. M. CROWLEY, UPHOUnXHEH,
At J II I1UUNS1 Jr.,
Cornnr of Klnfg rami Baikal Hts-Mta,
It a "thorough Practical W'otlman
COM! A.V) SKX.
F.very Description of llrst Class
IIcMitttiijf mid Jui'iitturo
IN RTOCK AMI MARK TO ORflRR.
Firrv VAiur.TiFS of sii.k
And otlieir CnTrrintv,c rand Tritattalfaant
For Pallor Suits, I.oungrt ami Faty Chairs.
tout mamjfactu or
The A'cre llftitlh Ktitorirtg l.u tury ef Iht Agt,
"Thn Boston Spring Bod,"
"Nalnre". .weet restorer, ttalmy Mfep," U lo lm en-
Joyrd In the most profound t-rtundity nn the
llosroN SmtNo linn.
See themtiefore )ou consign yourself, or your friend,
or even your enemy, lo lhat anllniateil Instrument or
torture, the ordinary Honolulu spring mattress, iji-ly
IIACKPIILD A CO.
HAVE THE 1'l.r.ASURI.
To Inform their customers and friend, of the arrival of
The Oeinnan Bark O. R. Blakop,
With an Attorted Cargo of
Now Goods of EVerjr Dtstvorlptien.
Honolulu, April 4, tBfli.
WIM, SELI. HIS ENTIRE STOCK
AT REDUCED RATES
THE NEXT FOUR WEEKS,
r-KHVIQU TO Till. AMHIVAt, Of A LAKGK ANU WILL-
INVOICE OF NEW GOODS
THE EASTERN AND EUROPEAN MARKETS
The Honolulu Clotfclmc Esnporlmai,
HONOLULU, II. I.
MRS, A. M. MELX.XS'
Drtcunaklnc Ettabllthmaat Up Btlr
XTOTICK OF COIYKIGHT.-Ilc It remembered
IN that on the 9th day of April, A. D. 1B83.THOS.
O. THRUM of Honolulu, Wand of 0hu, in Kcord
ancew.th Section 3 of an "Act to encourage Lcamioc
in tint Klneiiom by-MCunnie the copies of ctuultand
book to the authors and proprietors of such copies,
approved on the 31U day of December, A. D. 1864,
ha i deposited ! this office the tale of hli book,
"HAWAIIAN FERNS, a synopsis taken mostly
from Hooker and Ilaker, with additions and emend,
ttons, adapting it more especially to thj Hawaiian Is
lands, by Edward Hailcy, Honolulu, It. I., the rights
of which he claims as owner and proprietor.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand
and caused the seal of the Interior Department to b-a
affixed at Honolulu, this day of April. A. D. 1M1.
i37-.n. JOHN E. UUSH, Minuter of Interior.
N 01 ICE OK FORECLOSURE- In accordance!
with a power of sale contained In a certain mort
gage deed made by LOMA and KAHAULELIO, bit
wie. of Waitul.1.. Maui, to W. II. BAILEY, of
Waimku, aforesaid, recorded In the Land Oftca la
Liber 76, folios 380 and 381, notice is hereby given thsftt
said mortgagee intends to foreclose said mortgage for
conditions broken, and will sell (according to law) (U
public auction the premises described In said mortgage,
as below specified, vii ; The undivided half tn that par
cel of land situated at Waduku, awarded to KauliU,
Royal I'atrnt No. 7383. containing an area of 71-100
acres boundaries descrioed.
W. H.fiAlLF.Y, MortgigM.
I. Kalua. Attorney for Mortgages.
Watluku, March 1, 1883. lj$-lt
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF SALE. -By di.
rection of A. Jaeger, the mortgagte naaaed la
la certain indenture of mortgage dated May t, lljt,
madebvKALAUL! to said A. IAEUEK.aiidrfncoV3
n Liber 49, on pages 430 and 431, I am direrted to sail
.t .u,.l. ..,..!.- ..- l.Tltll0 Aull...i. .. ..
direr If 4 to salt
a ttasuitv eutjiiuii wit una xw trr . ryM (cjiii, m ri .
at my salesroom, all that certain piece or parcel of Una
situate at I-eleo, Honolulu, Oahu, the same being a
portion of the land awarded to Naal by L. C A. tjyi,
and containing 46 and 67.100 fathoms.
For further particulars, inquire of Ca-ciL Brown,
Attorney for Mortgagee, or
13ft K. I. ADAMS, AuctUnear.
TNO.O, FOWLER Co.,
are prepartd to furmith M'tmnm mtw4 Ia).i
malts for JU4
With or without Cart and Locorootis-.s. Specially
ADAITEI) l-OR SUGAR PLANTATIONS.
Permanent Railways, and LxKomalivc. and can, Trac
tion Engine, and Road Lucotnollv., Steam
I'louKhinr, tnd Cultivating Machinery, Port
able ft.njlnc. fur all purpuec.. Winding
Knctncs for incline
Catalogues with Illustrations, Model, and Photo
graph, of the above Slant, and Machinery may he teen
at th. office, of the uruUrslined. W. U G Kit EN ajsd
M. W. MACr'AHI-AUK & CO., Agentt for J no. taw.
Icr 4 Co.
EMPLOYMENT BURBAU, V. M. C. A.
IIOKULUU', II, I.,
.Ill J'ercoM ttrktHf) KmuUgenrnli o.-4 tell
J'an-le. ellAer e ifa4f
or at any of Ihe other Islands la ihe group, U vtyat
of Rmnlowee. ..ill (J,.. huL kl m... ...
the urulmlgned. who will do alt la lhair bower to ail
ik.l.At.l... SV -"
Pe Ce JsMa-a. Jef
Employment Co.sktaa, V, fi.'c, A
P-TOWN NEWS AGBNCV.
The uikdersIgiMd begs to ftotiy bU sabacriWa,
patrons and thn public la general, lhal be kat saov4 U
tut ire MertliarU street biuineM lo tka
f-uUtcaiUi Received hy livery Mall
All LOCAL PAPERS on count., tale, w na vs. u
order for ravadlng.
iveacairrioN or sea or 7sta
Where tdrcnlsceaeai. nay alas Its let, ,,
I EdisorUl root up stairs.)
111-tat tmos. a nuvm