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HomHALi, , II I , Jon?, illj
tseal trade fur th wfV has not evinced any matVM
dearee of annily, though ihe fre-ioency of enasl ar
rivals hare Hrwd our city front and .applied the
thippffiK he with additional stock to handle The
7'Urlhi fmm the tnloniM umt In early on in Uil
Sunday, and Ihe Kalakaoa, W II. IKimml tl CiSa
rlen from Mn Franciscn hue Wlotifl eath other it
tlotely MlofBKtm ll atonre lth ihe new. ofthe
world bn-eneral and, loaome, ofthewi( In prti
lar llie lle by lhes arrivals r to the t lh ultimo.
Indkeatfon vrm favorable for in ad vane, in quotation
of HaaHanrice, through the .mall IOM on hand and
the limited quantity en route Kale, to arrive hare been
at jH ami sKe lr lt In other line, of island produce
we father no material change
In eipotti lid. week we have to re(iort the following
value. To Portland e (ilenbervie, $4, lit M j to San
tranche 11 Zealand!., sy.ini, "" " rwlllght,
$jl,ll . 1h I.ady Umin will leave lo-day wuh
a good fun cargo and a muni of pawenget, to l-r fol
Ijwed by the Klelnore neit Wednelay
Vne arttvlty In plantation XorVa w shown last
week ami from W O Smith Co.". Stork circular for
May. we learn that W.iluku paid $10 r hare dil
lend on ihcir stock, par value of which as Jjtn, but
lvlel iiuMalionof aalea is gWen at $850. Paula, also
ul a dividend of JJ cent! (ier share, par value $10.
I he dwelling house ami premise, owned by Mr 1 II
Walker, opfi.it. the residence of Mm J V. ( ooke, on
Klr,K Street, wa aold at auition by Mr P. I' Adams,
on Saturday lait, ami ptirtliascd by Jamel Ixive, for
llie Unman, now lying at the old custom house
wharf l tin properly sf I. llrewer Company, 1 R
fooler ami Jam. Campbell Slie hai lain here now
fur over five mouths, the last three of which has leen
tier undergoing eitensive repairs. She is registered at
1)75 torn Ifurden, ami will leave Honolulu with the
Hawaiian flag at her mast head, under command of
Captain Kugg, the latter part of ll.ii month for ll.es
For Maul and Hawaii, per Iwalaul, Ju i 1
Maine, .Mr. txaiawa
tot. 1 W Smithies. V '
Tor Nanalmo, II C , per C O V hitmore, June I
fohnsen, A Anderson and wife, F Johnaon and wife, t
toe Port Townwvl, per Kllkilat, Jrme 11 Mrs S M
Carter, win ami daughter, I) Panwetl, J II Dignard, F
f oe Kauai. tnlR Ilivhoo. Inn A 1)1
Macfte II r llaWip. R W T Purvia, C M F
Mirnc r fiannp. n i i urii-i . iw
Smith, J Prolfnun, A Mellrri!, U KaMbaum
tor Khu!ii(, pr K.Uuii Itou. Jofw jM Cro
II, K MitchH. T K McDonnell, ft' Spit i, V McDer
mo. MrtTatylof. f MKhenri
Kor MfInVjl M Matil, tt lhui. lune i-l Mc-
Co!ftn. I)r Kmrol. V II MAyMn( wife arvl 4 chil
drm, Mr Wnchi
tor irrflwrJ port, pf LiVelike, June j 1 J IUy
Hn. ( S Artwtl.1. f II Alhertnn. I Kenton. C II Ma
ke ami wife, 1. 1 Mhlioirne, I U MaVee, MIm K
UVr. L ami R m remtIir.
I) Aleaander, 8 I Hrnn, K (l IVfMon,
Mm llalchcbir, Prof W
K M Uvmn.
R .Moony, W t lrfclna, Mr R A I jman anltrvantt
It ISchuMler, .Mr M KlrchofT amUhiM.C I fori will, A
I) ItoUter, J t l!ron, L Atcu. J Hlackle, W Meyer,
for San Franctwn, r rtlanji. June 4- Mw
RocVwell. lUMinn. II .Hen. Iaren.e. VxmU, Mie
A N Koyce, Irene II, I '-reea. II TarVe, (J Sererance,
M ltawta, Vrton, U lp4on and wife. Mf Ihomp
on an! wite, Mr Jolinm and chlWren. I)r C ,M Hyde
w.fe and awi, A r' (V.lie ami wife, MrtTolrr. dauifiter
wi and itervant, Mr II A I' t arttr ami 4 children. K S
Chav and wife, I, r Adim, I) K V jfe, J UwU, SI
and II J Icvcy. J M I turner. II Kiemenchneidr, I O
IUYrltkn, II writer, r M Ilulirr I. iwwn, a I-II
Artlved At Port of Honolulu
Kllauen Hon, tm, Sear, from Kaliului
( H ltihn, Mm, Cameron, from Kauai
I liukiit, chr. fium WaIhIiib.
lwaUnl,lm, Hate, fm Kona, Kauand Maalaa
Mnltolii, -tnir, McCiregnr, fnm KonUu
fAlandw, I M S S, Well-rr. frum Sydney
I.tkelile, itm, King, frotn Hiloand way (Nitti
Mre -fK, m), from Koolau
lennie U alker, tlir, from Papniltou
V nirna, mIi , fnn W'aianae
KeVaiiluolii, u.h. frnm Hanatei
I lliultlio, -th, from Nawiliwill
Kalakaiia, Haw Mc. Miller, front San KrancUro
W II ihuiond, AmUtne, lloudlell, from .S ('
aiNet MaVee, Mm, McDonaliL from Kauai,
'alturien, Am M, lluMwird, rm San Fraticltco
W Allele, ch, from Maliko.
Watmalu, ch, from KeoVea
HaleakaU, acli, Crane, frotn l'eeelteo
Ilitm, Urn, Urenen,fm liana and Motoka!
J H Lyntli, l.btarVe, V UtJhnlrt, A JlinMi, 111
PJuwt J Itoettcher, I Anthony. CoUati, C (Jarwn,
A ratKinaitarto, I ifuchanan, N Mclhmald, J A Rol-ert-ott,
J MaRuire, J Murfce. J l Marlm, J Smk J I.
Sietcrwon, R Manhall, II William, C Amaden, W K
Dorvoufthen, H Mrlan, C Uliot, I' McKenna, J llur
nett, J (Javin I Shallock, II HurnmK
From HongVonjt, pr Madras, June a 768 plcic at
Chinese provuioni, etc. to lundry CMnee firm.
Fii.m AitirliA. ter ealandta. I tine 1 Davie it
Co, .4 inKot tin, t c lawn tennii, II S Treglonn, c
dratfryj N Foldi, 1 c eelry, oc aample, ion c Hol
land, Ionic, lnehan A C, tltf ck hrandy, So c
..I- I ll.A 1 -. an.l ll fl tl.l.lIn wXrr inilia
Ktlla IT(,IHIPI lav A, "IHI ia.in, ,'"pv ".
each; Maifarlane ft Co, 144 - prtatoei. c twine, 6
pc matllnt,, t CM rope, .m a v,o, incimjr'Mnrw,
6ftVi itfjtatoe each: (Jrinuium A Co, lom Rover
trc moUd, 6,
Ki ealandia, hence for San Franc iet. June 3
pVmttce, jij.jca 1T; i,,8 btictu
hence for Portland Or , J
tei nee, 60.011 tia 10 ire moiae, o,io 1
V(t In lranuit value. $4,1 tB.BS
lei lice, 60,011 ITrtj
une 4 6o.
(Jrace Rol-erli, Am Utne, Raven, for S. F June 1
Jamei Maker, McDonald, for Kauai '
?aUnd.a. P M .S b, Webber, for S F " 4
KiUuea I tun, slmr, bear, for Kaliului M 4
Kh Mol, nh, for Ijiupalioetioe , 4
Mana. ad. for Onomea , . . " 4
ierhuA, aim, leortnien, fur Molokal ami liana..
Wailele, l, for Maliko..
Mary Alice, rh, for Kalaupapa
I hlik.il, Kh, for Waialua..
Likrhke. aim, KlnR, for llitoaml way orti
( R. Hi.hop, aim, Cameron for Kauai
Wafmanalo, atm, Nelum, for Walmanalo
Mukblil, attru, .NlctifetjoT, for Koolau
llllatna, .hr, for Koliala
Iaht. ach,, for Kohiilalele
PohotM, atli, for Waianae
Caterinn, ach.for llanilel
Nettie Merrill, cli, ChrUtlan, for I jhaina
Manuokawai, ach, for Kekaha
I in ma, mm !r Nooiati 5
Klikitat, Ambktne .Cutler, for Port lownaend " 6
Jennie Walker, ch, for Papatkou. ' 6
T wilightAm ach, Whilncj, for S F 7
(lent rv ir, lint h!p. Groundwater, for Port-
land.O.. H 7
Moravian, lint bk, Hicaetl, for Port rlown.end M B
COW hitmore, Am bk, Calhoun, for Port I own
aend. ... . " B
bis betel leave, 6,348 pkg suifar, 713,167 lb, .15
, Twilieht, hence for San f rancico, June 6 1,380
pkRiTle, I38,cn.4, 3.570 tikK MiRar, 384,715 flrt: :
jilt b coffee, an R's; 117 pkg molaiac, 3,556 gal.
VaTu, $31, J) 65.
SATURDAY, JUNE , 1M3
Merchant Veatel Now In Port
More nino Star, Tlray
MaOha. I trad ley, (in quarantine) .
1.AHV I.AMrVIN, Kutt
Lily (Imacr, HuRhe
I .AT Ft LA, Puul . .
FokilKT i)VVftt, Winding ....
Kai AKAUA, Miller,.
W II. Dimonii, lloudlett
Vetseli Expected from Foreign Ports
IIkimkn, (Ier. bk, CANort. . ... .Iooe
Due Jul yia. Ilackfeld A Co., AKent.
UcrtTitH, Am. bk. S. II ALLfcN, . I.ldrtdce
Due June j.jj, C llrewer Ac Co., Ajjenla.
Ola)w, lint sblp,SlMtM)N Painful
Due July I (. W, Macfarlane ft Co., Ajtent.
NkwCahtlk, NS W, tier, bk., IIarmouu's .Oclrlcli
Overdue, O W Macfarlane A; Co., aft.
Nkw Castlk, N S. W, Am bktne Malay Peterson
Overdue. Coal, ahlp account.
Naw Votttc. Am. bk. Staktan , Crouley
Due July 1015. Caatla k Cooke, Agent,
Nrw Caatlk, N S V, lint bip, St. Ia whence. Well
Uaitduig Marth 91. ilder it Co., Asenti.
New Catlk, N. S. Wt - Nonantum..,,. Foje
laMdtnt: Match i. C llrewer St Co., Asent.
t.tVRkrcxrt lint. bk. Islk op Ancleika . Dimey
'loaall in April. O. W, Macfarlane & Co, ARent.
IHikt GAMbiK, Am. bk HorE .Peuhallow
Due. I.ewer& Cooke, Agent a.
San 1-KANCif.co, lint. h. b. (Lfe.NELO. ,.,.Speecl.ly
Due. C Hrewer A. Co.. Afienta.
San l-hANCiscu, p. t a. a. City or New Youk ,
Due June to. II. HackMd ft Co,, act.
Iaininin. vU St. Michael, lint S S Hankow, . ,
Due June 10-t. O. W. Macfailane & Co., amenta,
LiVKHitMti-, Urn bk Mailsoatk Kdkm
Due Aug. 15 o.
HttMiHiLhT, Am. ach. Mamy II Doik.e Paul
Due June 10-15. lowers i Cooke, Acenta.
Port Hlaktiy, Am. bktne, Amkua .,, New lull
Due June 510. Allen ft Kobinton, agti.
San r hancicu, o, a. Suez. , .... .. ...Alnaley
Due June 11. W, O. Irwin Jfe Co, Afienta.
San 1 KANCtKO, bUne. I. A. I'ALk.NBUKu. .Goodman
Due June 1117, Catle ft Cooke, agent.
San t-RANCIttu, Am bctne W, II. MMYKK.,.Ielaney
Due June ij-skj. C llrewer ft Ca, agent.
Am-, Am. achr. Anna . ,. ..McCulIoch
(ror Knhulut ) Due June 130.
San FkANCico, Ambk F, S. Iiiomison , Potter
Hie Ib'itKh balk Moravian aailed Ckierda for Pott
'llie Itatk C. O. Wbttmore aAtlcd )ettcrday for I "Oft
Ibe American bark latcIU it at the EpUnaJe dit
Fbe American tern Kva, hence, arrived at San
tVaiKlsco, May 13d.
The American bark I.Ur.e Marahall, hence, arrited
at Port lowiiacnd, May ttd.
lite schooner Anna arrived at San l-ranctaco, May
17th, 17 dap from Kahulul, MauL
The Anierlcan bark Ferris S. THompon aaileJ frwn
,nui rran.iacu, .May 13d, tor Kanuiut.
Ihe Ameriuin bark Ferris S. Tbompwn arrived at
San Francisco, May 13th, iS da)- from KahuluL
Yokohama, tailed May tjth, at earner City of Peking,
for San r rancisco direct, w tit not touch at thtt iort.
The HritUhUark IjiJ) Lampwn at the O. S. S.
Co.'i wharf loading for San rratK.aco, to sail to-day,
lite P M. S. S. City of New York will b due from
Sau Fraixico, thi r, m., wuh neatly two week later
The American tark Forvat Queen U at the tUiiUnade
loading for San traiivlaco. She will aad early tieu
I1i P. M. S. S. Zea'andU airnetl fnun S)dney laat
Sunday morning, and tailed for San Francisco Monday
iiiorttuig at I otlvKk.
Hie O. S. S. Suci was adhcitt-i to leave San Ftan
claco on the 3d iiutant, whkh will make her due at I hi
(ort, Monday morning (1 ith).
The brtgautlne YH,Me)cr and bail inline J A
Falktnburg, airbed at San rranclMM, May i6th, each
nuking the taaag In IS da),
Tb Amencan tV Hsinore tt at Hrewer 4 Co
wharf loading for San Franclaco, for whwhpotlahe will
sail on Wevlneaday of 111 week.
The O. S. S. MatiiKiaa aaltcd from PhibdehdiU for
San t ram itcu. on Slay lath. U RLsand alttaraIao.
paaliig Delaware IWeakwater the same day, attV
Tlie P. M. S, S. City of Tvkio, hence, arriU at San
riaiulwo May tfthtl da) tauage , and, same da),
P. M. S, S. City of Sydney, Seaile, S dap and $ houit,
Ttie Hawaiian batk Kalakaua aitWed last Wedn
iU), is dap froia San Fianciaco, bringing United
States mad. She ha docked at Uiewer ft Co, whaif,
wnere ne au.tiarging a general cargo
The A met Kan bark en tin W tL Dttuond. Cai4ain
Houdtctt, amed ftvm San noco on lliunday.
making ttie taaaaga inaldc 014 da)-. She hai docked
at 1 iie r.aptanauc wni ana is now atHnargtng a gen
wiiv wk ih.scvss u:ntoHi
The eyes of the nicilieal fraternity every
where arc ujton upon these isl.iml to il.iy.
San Krancisco, California, the Uniteil States,
the maritime world il interested In Iliualian
leprosy. And any statement midc under the
cloak of ecn fuasiaitthority nil! lc narrowly
scanned ahroid. Hut the health interests of
the whole world arc primarily our own interests,
and it is important first of all, for our own
sake, to publish the whole truth and nail
every lie tint is given forth in regard to this
curse of curses. If any scheme of treatment,
here or elsewhere, were proven to lie efTective,
the Saturday Press would he among the first
to give It currency. If nine men have been
cured of leprosy in Honolulu, the world ought
to know h. Have they been 50 cured? The
Advertiser nays they hive; and the Advertiser
Is indirectly the mouthpiece of the Ixnrd of
health. The Saturday Press tlcnies the state
ment ; and we are the "organ" of an "op
position." Now there arc short sighted people
here who honestly hut mistakenly lelicvc that
the fight mule against leprosy by the Sat unlay
Press is merely a fight against the Miners that
lc. ltut the H.-oplc who prefer to believe
this arc the people who do not understand the
eminent ami imminent danger of contagion
from leprosy. They have eyes but they see
not, cars )et they hear not. They cannot
grasp the situation and they rest supine. Hut
ihcre are earnest, thoughtful men bick of this
protest. The Press could not live six months
if a strong constituency did not l.Iicve it was
making a good fight. It has attacked the
board of health as a Itcxly and individually. It
has tinted out the undeniable fact that Doc
tor Fitch is alone among the ph)sicians of this
place in his belief that leprosy is another word
for S)philis. Tor this reason, we have fought
Doctor Fitch' theory, and for the same reason
we condemn a loard of la) men who profess to
manage what they do not understand; and
have the brazen assurance to support the ignor
ant theory of a man whom his fellow physicians
believe to be altogether wrong even though
some of them believe him to be honest. In
this crowning infamy, it has been proven to
the satisfaction of the management of this
paper that not one of the nine men reported
cured were cured of leprosy. The high
authorit) of Doctor Trousseau ought to be con
vincing to the intelligent. That gentleman
states that, in his opinion, no medical cure of
leprosy has ever been clTictcd in these islands.
And he further states it to be his belief that
the lutients actually cured at Kakaako are not
tepcrs, but s)philitics, mistakenly sent to the
hospital. In the case of the famous nine, two
have been proven to be still lepers by the
testimony of a reputable ph)$ician and of an
Intelligent and experienced layman. On this
we are willing to stake the reputation of this
paper. And our Interests are too great to er
mit the hatard of a lie.
"JtOOJf nilt TUN AKJ-KJrV
The San Francisco Call sas that the Chris
tian Advocate has an Interesting article on
lquv) as il U found in Hawaii and in this
city. The editor tells of a recent vUittoDr,
A W, Save, of Santa Clara, who gave him the
results of his observations at the islands. He
said the deadly lthguewas " rapidly spread
Inc there, thouim the government was " doing
its best to vtanui It out." The Iqnr hospital
settlement on the Island of Molokal, with its
seven hundred or eight hundred juttents, is
"a moiiel 01 iK'tlectton, out lit. axe thought
Will tVUUCM HUH Ut-MIU MJUIU ' ' CIHI 111 (lie CX-
termination of the native race at no erv dis
tant day. It came to Hawaii from China
about forty eare ago, and to a ieople already
degenerate from contact with white sailor."
From San Franc! hv, er CalUuien. June t
14 n luicr, !! j .Mum), lap r. it uuuerwooa.
From San Franciaco, pec W II Dimoud, June S
W Auuln, Mn M KURaLt. .Mr A 1101. F KlncaU, O
Hill, J O.lh, J O lUvu, W peckhem, U Willlnwo, K
Cxtkc, A Hannah.
Hutu Kauai, per C K ttUhop, June 1 P P Kaooa
and wie. II Webb, Mr IWialey, J W Alarut and wife,
A S Canavarro. II It South end wife, J II Hauaike. K
W S IVrws Mk Paike, T Mode), L KahlUuui, II F
lllade, J V llahn, A Svencer.
Fniu Auclland and S)lney, perZealatvdU, lune 1
Ui lloulekh and wife, I londjana. N oidL F Mc
Cale and wife, V tiahman. It 11 Marshall. U PalUr-
son,WOKulyk MraCaiter, I Carter, M A Carter, I
Cajur, MU Kouae, KOakew, t Cant. U itamu, loA.
Ft4u San Ftanclwo, per Kalakaua, June tV Mlaa A
Ititlaa, II McNeil, r. U Maiden, W t Wcntworth, (J
W ZetKk, V A ailnw, ) lioahan, I Haid, K Meter,
M laMUt, J iUrrwsC Uanw, r luhof, j C
rroia wludward wt er LlkeUlc, June 1TJ
llavaelden. Cat luotaev. C L Wiuhl. wife ajiJchdJ.
ihhou Udlu, FStwiuvr, II Koeer and wife, Mr
Arnold, Mi lootn and wile, Mr W hat, I Coatixe, l
Uy, Ca4 tUart, J W Shaw, j FUvkei' 0 M Veres,
I MU HIWIHl) r (UlllaWII, (V M UKKHUi
lar, L Ali, I KiatiM, Mui Cathan. H UouMll, I'N
ihiijI, MUk IKaNtt. 1 ajunjb), Ml. UatCMkv, K .wd
H4M.u .. aiuun. v. nu.
Dr. Sate tlocs not agicc with tliuse wliu atttib-
ute ihc ileciy of lUwail to Christian mivsion-aiii-.
Tliclr ln, lie sav., hac Ixcn purr,
ami their leaching, healthful. " It is enough
to iiiaVc one' lilcxil boil tu re.nl the licnuiicta
lions heacil upon these ilevoteil misaionaiies
!') ignorant, hearlless anJ cttrentely wickcvl
men, who from various mothes sisit the
islands." With reganl to leprosy in this city,
Ihe alitor say he is assured that it is not con
fineil to the Chinese, but " esisls among re
spectable people, ho became infected in
Hawaii, and came here before they were de
tected as lepers. Il were better if mc had een
nu a Icier settlement.' The authorities are
tr)ing to secure some place, and we hope they
win soon succeed.
The Saturday l'tess has not adversely criti
cised the management of the settlemvnl at
Molokal, And jet, Is there a like place in
any Christian land where a thousand dueased
persons, in one small community, hate no
regular physician in tegular attendance. Hut
it lias asserted1 and does aert tliat the govern
ment has not done and Is not doing ' its best"
to stamp out leprosy, San Francisco las a
right to object to the recent action of the board
of health, in freeing lepers on the ads ice of
only one physician and of one ho Is opposed
in his theories by every reputable physlciati on
And )ou would wsc at a posthumous rival
of the dead lk-acomfklJ, would )ou, Walter
Murray? So one might fairly judge from
your gleeful organ teranade entitled " A 1'oli
ileal Ixsson" in )cstcrday's Advertiser,
shall early taVc the hbctty of painting sour
portrait, as a help to the sculptor who shall
first cvsay to compress jour bulging merits
Into a life sited statue.
"T.r.vv.n ciriiKit .i.vi nixviu ittir.n."
A leailer in the Advertiser of the 51I1 instant
once more calls to mind that dread dhcase
leprosy, as also the alwrninsblc J)tem under
which it continues to l rnamgeit. It may 1
Very pleasant to poor deluded natives, who
hold the Idea of segregation In great repugn
ance, to believe the comfortable awurantcs of
the premier and of Doctor Fitch in regard to
the non-contagious character of the disease,
ami to sec them acting together in conformity
with such theory; but far different Is the feel
ing of the thinkers among the foreign portion
of this community when contemplating such
actions as our contemporary has seen fit to
eulogize. As far as sympathy with the unfot
Innate victims of this loathsome diveasc is con
cerned wc doubt not that it would be execp.
tionil tn find, among the whites, persons who
possess lew real svmiKithy for the sufferers
than the men who mike it their business Uxm
evesy occasion to txiast of their wondrous love
and care for the lepers. Notwithstanding,
however, the extreme pity which is felt by
very humane Indlslduil for the hopeless leper,
and a sincere regret thtt so fit no specific for
the milady has been found, it il settled as a
conviction in every intelligent mind that a
duty is owed to the healthy as well as to the
sick, and that an absolute segregation of every
known lccr is that only which can satisfy the
indication of this duty. I low lamentable Is it
then to see the government with an inscrutable
persistency forever intciposing obstacles In the
way of the only proper course of conduct
which, under the circumstances, is likely
to free the nation from the one plague
that Is sapping its life.
I.cpcrs Cured and Dischirgcd, Is the
astounding title of an article descriptive of cer
tain proceedings which lately took place at Ihe
leprosy hospital of the town. Were the title
suggestive of Ihc truth, what rejoicing should
there lie throughout the length and breadth of
the land 1 Hut what arc the facts? With re
gard to two of the cases at least, the writer
knows positively lint they are not cured; and
no rcsH.-ctabty educated ph)sician on these
islands will call them so Unc, the writer
x.rsonally Inspected and questioned as to the
state of his health, in compiny with a proini
ncnt and respected phjsician in practice here,
and found him an unmistakable lejicr. On his
left check there remained a large tulwrclc,
and on the distal end of the middle finger of
the left hand was an unhealed ulcer liound
aliout with rags. Leprous congestion of the
conjunctiva; of lioth eyes was still present, al
though more noticeable in one than in the
other. The'scnsalion of his face, according to
his own admission, was far from licing per
fectly restored. What the condition of his
body under his clothes might have been, of
course, there was no opportunity to sec. Ux)n
questioning him as to the nature of his dis
charge from the hospital, he said: " I have
been ordered to return and report myself on
the 22nd of this month, and, meanwhile, I hare
been ordered to continue the use of the medi
cine supplied mc at the hospital. I have liccn
in the hospital a trifle more than two months,
and when 1 went there first was worse than I
am now," Hut this man with eight others
who have been discharged is called, by the
organ of the premier, a " cured leper," and as
his name is mentioned, together with that of
one other, while the names of seven discharged
ones arc unmentioned, it is quite natural to
infer that they represent no worse condition
than the rest. Mr. Samuel Kamohakau is the
man seen by the writer, who knows the his
tory of his case from the beginning. The
Advertiser says of him: "Another case is,
Sam. Kamohakau, a resident of Lahaina, well
known in this city, was placed in the hospital
about eight months ago, when he presented
a very pitiable appearance, witn swollen and
distorled face and many suppurating sores, and
on this occasion he did not present on his per
son the appearance of a spot or flaw of any
kind as an indication of the disease." The
writer remembers well when Mr. Kamohakau
went to the hospital. It was not eight months
ago, as stated by the Advertiser; according to
his own statement he was not in the hospital
even Ihitt months.
Hut the Advertiser's description of his
physical appearance is not more truthful than
its statement as to the time of his stay in hos
pital. Wc are told by the Advertiser that
these cases were "all submitted for critical ex
amination by the lard, and declared in their
opinion to be sound in body and free from any
contagious disease whatever." Hut who con
stitute the lioard that takes upon itself to
"critically examine" cases of disease ? A liody
of presumptuous la) man, with Gibson at their
head, who have seen fit to oppose their pre
tended opinions against those of the whole
medical fraternity of the place upon all matters
pertaining to the treatment of leprosy. In
stead of having sent out nine "cured lepers,"
as is stated, they have sent out lepers that are
uiicureJ, to form so many more centers of con
tagion and further help on the spread of the
disease. Moreover, Doctor Fitch, who has
charge of the hospital, and Mr. Gibson, who
employs him, and who authoriied and perhaps
wrote the Advertiser article, both well know
that no dirt J Irftr hai ttr Itfl thai hospital.
Simply to flatter the Hawaiian prejudice
against forced segregation, the Premier acts
upon the assertion of Doctor Fitch, who says
that the disease is not contagious; as a conse
quence, there are bad lepers to-day walking
the streets of Honolulu, and at perfect liberty
to mix with whom they please. One notable in'
stance is that of a school teacher who gives in'
siruction at a large school, and who has well
maikcd l-prosy. She is under the treatment
of Doctor Fitch for the disease, and has been
for about a )car, She acknowledges that she
has been pronounced a leper ; and that a cure
has been promised if medical treatment is
strictly adhered to for two )cars more. A
messenger at the government house has had
two finger amputated by the disease, and
shows other well marked symptoms of leprosy.
And so it goes, and so it will go as long as
we have such philanthropists as Gibson at the
head of the board of health, and medical
advisers like Doctor Fitch to give him counsel.
In conclusion, wc would ask for our own in
formation and on bclialf of many others who
would like to know, the name! of all the lepers
who have been discharged as cured. People
are. sufficiently aroused and interested in this
important question to earnestly wish to know
whether or not cures really have been made,
or whether they are being imposed UKn by
the.board of health for purposes of its own.
tiik tr.irmt nuri'r.y.
Whether or not, legally, people who own
privileges for irrigation are at all times entitled
to water their yards Is a question we do not in
tend to discuss, neither do we Intend to cham
pion the strict legit right of the government to
sumnnrily deprive persons of their water sup
ply for a refusal or neglect to oliserve Its rcgu-,
latlons. We do not believe it right that gov
ernment should contract lo supply a quantity
of water which it knows full well it Is unable
to furnish. As, however, our supply Is already
short, and no means have yet been decided
upon by which that supply can b sufficiently
increased to meet the maximum of demand,
the inconvenience of a deficiency must be
borne I and the only thing to be done is to
equalize the loss as nearly as possible among
those who are doomed to suffer. In order to
accomplish such a result it is necessary that
some tegulilion should lie adhered to by which
the water supply shall be evenly divided
among those who have privileges, and we
know of noway in which this can be better
effected than by a restriction lo certain hours
for irrigation. To meet the case, regulations
have been published by ihe government, and
wc conceive it to be a duty which each owes
lo the other, that these regulations be complied
with. If the supply of water Is sufficient to
allow of irrigation only for a given number of
hours each day, and a few take advantage of
every chance to exceed the supply apportioned,
they can only do so at the direct expense of all
the others who confine themselves within the
limits prescribed. They not only get, thus,
mure than their own allowance, but their
ncigldxirs arc thereby compelled to do with
less. In times of water scarcity likr these, If
every one were allowed to irrigitc at pleasure,
the result would be that some would be de
prived entirely of any supply, especially such
as live at high elevations or receive their supply
from small and tortuous branches of pipe.
Whether or not all persons who s'olate the
water regulations arc able to fully appreciate
the trouble they arc causing their less fortunate
neighbors, we do not pretend to say, but that
there arc many who arc utterly reckless of
these regulations wc know. Notwithstanding
all remonstrance, there arc some who will
leave their taps open day and night. Having
liccn Informed that many houses on the plains,
at Kulaokahua, had been for days together al
most destitute of pipe-water, the writer under
took a slight investigation of water matters in
that vicinity, and had not gone far before
sighting at least a dozen taps which had been
left wide open during the forbidden hours.
Two or three yards had been literally flooded
with the overflow. What was occurring there,
was, perhaps, the case in many other parts of
Dccoiation Day was a success in many re
spects. For one thing it appealed to all that
is best in that common humanity which is of
no race and no nationality. It would not have
been surprising il few citizens had responded to
the sentiment which inspired the occasion, be
cause, in its outward aspect, it was purely an
American observance. Yet the rcsjxmse was
general and sympathetic among the whites.
,Jfcxt)car wc hope to sec both natives and
Chinese in the movement. To the taste in
floral decoration possessed by the alioriginal
I Iawaiians there needs only to 1 added a little
public spirit, enough to make them realize that
it is a shameful thing to Icav c the grav cs of
their dead to the mischance of continuous neg
lect. That accomplished, the native ceme
teries might be rescued from the desolation
into which they seem lapsing. The pride, the
religion, the poetry of the Hawaiian people arc
centered in those neglected graves, where sleep
the best and bravest of their fading racei And
yet the whites have not taken such excellent
care of their ow n cemeteries that they need
fling reproaches at their native neighbors. Wc
trust that last week's example may make wide
spread and lasting impression.
Tttr. utry.tar. mvihh.v..
The absurdity of the project for introducing
a national coinage into Ihe country has already
lieen pretty thoroughly shown up, both In our
ow n columns and in tlfosc of the Gazette how
It is proposed to utter Umds payable In United
States gold for a lot of depreciated silver, and
other like silly arrangements, which will even
tually create a very serious disturbance of the
business of the place. Hut, in addition to the
silliness of the whole scheme, a directly illegal
act is being committed In the manner of pro
cccding. The coinage act of 1 SSosajs t "It
shall be lawful for the Minister of Finance,
and he is hereby authorized to purchase gold
and silver bullion with any moneys which may
from time lo time be in the treasury, and to
cause to Ik coined therefrom gold and silver
coins of the value of twenty dollars, ten dol
lars, five dollars and two dollars and fifty cents;
and silver coins of one dollar, fifty cents,
twenty five cents, and twelve and one half
cents." Now the government ore clearly
acting in violation of the law by using this act
for the puixisc of raising a loan which it had
otherwise failed to secure. The law clearly
sets forth that for the purpose of procuring n
natioihl coinage, bullion of gold and silver
maybe purchased with "any money which
may from time to lime lie In the treasury," not
with money obtained on ruinous conditions in
a foreign country. It isa well-known fact that
if no more national coinage was to lie intro
duced into circulation here than could lie
brought in accordance with the provisions of
this law, very little inconvenience would lie
anticipated. We arc in error if this currency
muddle will not be also violating the terms of
the loan act itself. This act provides that
bonds shall not "be issued at less than par;"
but If a pledge of avmcnt in United States
gold is to be given for an amount of coin which
will be not wotlh so much, then in reality, the
ssuance of such bonds would be at n rate Mow
par. Itcforc it is altogether too late, the gov
ernment would do well to advise uon this
subject with competent business men; If not,
the consequences of their folly may be a lasting
injury 10 tne country.
11 fi: .i.vii oTiiHiinini:
The American Keglrtcr says 1 " The slavery
of the human race to the one man power Is one
of Ihe most remarkable things In the history of
the world. The Idiosyncraey that all Intel
lectual perception, all wisdom and greatness
must be centered In one man at the head of
public alTairs, has enslivcil ami slaughtered
greater numbers of mankind than any other
Haley, In his work on moral philosophy, on
the subject of an elective monarchy says t
" The confession of cverv writer on the sub
ject of civil govcrnmmt, the experience of
ages, the example 01 I'olaml, ami 01 the paiial
dominions, seem to place this amongst Ihe few
tmlubltatilc maxims? which the science of mill
tics admits of. A crown is too splendid a
prize to be conferred upon merit; the passions
or interests of the electors exclude all consid
eration of the qualities of Ihe competitors.
The same observation holds concerning the
appointments to any office which is attended
with a great share of ixiwcr or emolument.
Nothing is gained by a xml.n choice worth
the discussions, tumults, and interruption of
regular industry with which it is inseparably
attended. Add to this, that a king, who owes
his elevation to the event of a contest, or to
any ojher cause than a fixed rule of succession,
will be apt to regard one part of his subjects as
the associates of his fortune, and the other as
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Some little time ago the government saw fit
to discharge Mr. Caspar from custody without
trial. It must have been thought, that he was
justified in shooting the men w ho entered his
nmi, otherwise the freeing of Caspar without
trial must have been an Iniquitous proceeding.
Hut, as the men who were shot must have en
tered the room w ith a paljubly criminal intent
upon Caspar or hit companion, or both, is
order to have justified the shooting, those who
have survived among the number are amena
ble to the law, ami should be tried accordingly.
That such matters should be simply hushed up,
looks ugly. Are certain friends of Ihe admin
istration afraid of thcpoistiblc result of expo
sure which might be a consequence? We
care not who Is hurt, or who is helped, so long
as Justice Is done. I'crhips ihc sheriff ol
Hawaii, 01 some one else, will be able to ex
plain what must remain wvuldlc until explained.
It has long been felt among those intimately
and professionally interested in the public
schools, that their usefulness would be con
served by the adoption of a scries of text-books
to lie used uniformly by uniform grades. Mr.
Udward F. Adams, representing the New
York publishing houses of A. S. llarncs &
Co. and Ivison, lilakcman, Taylor & Co., has
been recently in Honolulu, endeavoring to
secure the adoption by the board of education
of a scries of text-books taken from the very
full lists of the two houses named. To pro
mote the perfectly legitimate scheme in hand,
Mr. Adams made certain written and specific
propositions to the board of education. In
sulistance, this proposition was an agreement
to furnish text books at a reasonable figure,
taking in exchange, as part payment, the new
books kept in stock by the lioard of education,
and second-land books in possession of pupils
the new books lieing exchanged according
to wholesale value, the old ones being taken at
half their wholesale cost. The board of cdu
cation very properly submitted the proposition
to a committee of teachers. The text book
question is always an important one, to
teachers, lo pupils and to parents. There are
n great many good text books and a great
many poor ones. In the United States, rival
publishing, house have fairly flooded the land
with competing scries of evervthing educa
tional, from acoustics to zoology, and ranging
in quality from excellence, through indiffer
ence, down to worse than worthlessness. It
has come to be the judgment of teachers on
the&c islands that American text books ought
to tie usesl here. This judgment is properly
based upon the intimate historical, social and
mercantile relations between this kingdom and
the United States; which justifies as) stem of
educational usage conformable to the prepon
derant foreign element. This,being granted,
it is first essential that the best among educa
tional text books should be chosen. There
after, it Is clear that these best text books
should be used in all the public schools, ac
cording to their grades. Now that it has been
decided to make text books uniform, careful
the comparisons ought to be made; and such
text-books In present use retained as ore found
lo come up to the required standard of excel
lence. When the desired uniformity is at
tained it ought lo be preserved. The expense
of buying school books for a large family Is by
no means a trilling one. With x uniform series
this expense is not necessarily augmented by
the frequent changes of residence incident to
the lives of many actively engaged on these
tsunus. so lar as we can judge, the com
mittee appointed by the board of education to
arrange this important nutter is representative
and capable. Messrs. Mackintosh, Scott,
Hill and 1'ratt, Mrs. Hendry and Miss liilck.
wood ought lo combine the patience, Intelli
gence, judgment, lact and conscientiousness
requisite to this Important task. It Is to be
hoped that nothing will be done in a hurry.
Not only the books of the two houses men
tioned ought to be examined, but those of iulf
a dorcn other American houses. The schools
have waited so long for uniformity that they
can afiord to alt a little longer for the sake of
being right, before they go ahead.
tiii: struAit vo.mijssiox.
Recent advises bring word of the appoint
ment of a commission consisting of F.x-Con-gressman
Spaulding of Detroit, Sjiccial Agent
Tingle of the treasury department, and n Mr.
Scarlc who has been selected by the refinery
interests at the request of Secretary Folger,
The San Francisco Chronicle places a hlch
estimate upon the character, ability and experi
ence of these commlssi6ncrs nppoinlcd to the
task of investigating the alleged fraudulent
importation of sugars into the x)rts of the
United States from these islands. The com
missioners met in Washington on the 9th
ultimo, and entered upon their duties by an
examination of all documents on file in the.
trcasuary department relating to the question,
and the following day they had an interview
with Minister Resident Carter and Special
Commissioner Smith. It is not vet known
whether the investigations will be confined to
the Pacific Coast, or whether they will extend
their duties so as to take in these islands. We
cordially welcome such eminently practical
men to this field of inquiry, feeling satisfied,
as wc have before stated, that there is nothing
that the planters and sugar agencies of these
islands court with greater favor than a rigorous,
impartial and full Investigation of the ch.aries
of fraud that have been so persistant!)-voiced
against us by our enemies. The commission
left Washington May I Ith, and arrived in
San Francisco about the 18th.
The following concise statement concerning
the Madras has been furnished by the acting'
secretary for the minister of foreign affairs:
The arrangements have bcen.completed on
the basis of the letter of May 12th, from Mr.
Gibson to Captain llradlcy. The government
has permitted the amount of the bond de
manded lo be reduced to $10,000 that
amount appearing, uiion investigation, to be
prooauiy ample, inc dispute between the
government and Captain llradley, as to the
cost of quarantine guards during the seven
wccKs prior 10 last nionuay, will, uy mutual
consent, lie submitted for iinal decision to his,
honor the chief justice. From this it will ap
pear that the Madras will be allowed to land
all her Honolulu passengers at the quarantine
station, after those deemed liable to contagion
nave occn vaccinaicu. uic snip will not be
allowed to come into the harbor or land any
cargo; and the luggage of the passengers will
be landed separately and delivered to the
charge of the deputy marshal for fumigation or
destruction, as may be deemed necessary.
Doctor Mouritr went on lioard the Madras on
W'edncsday evening last, as special agent of
inc boaru 01 ncaitn. inc lollovving morning
he reported seven convalescents and four
patients sick of small-pox, one of them new
mat morning, inc passengers who have
shown no s) mptotns of Miiall-ox are being
landcn first; and before any sick iwrson is
landed evidence will lie required that he ori
ginally took passage for this port.
The documentary evidence in the matter is
somewhat at variance with the semi-official
statement given above. On April 13th the
agents of the Madras wrote to the lioard of
health, as published in the Press of April 21st,
the actually diseased men should
lie removed to any isolated buildinc on the
reef, that medical examination could lie made
of those rcmaininc on lioard. and that, at a
given time after the last apjiearan.ee of the
uisease, me sniji migiii lie consuicrcil tree.
To this Mr. Gibson replied, on the following
I have to re-affirm previous as
surances that the lioard cannot consent to Ihe
landing or the jiassengcrs on board the Madras
aficctcd by smallpox under any circumstances.
In a letter of ihe same date to the Gazette,
Captain llradley wrote that he had sent a
letter to the president of the board of health in
The political situation may be put Into a
nutshell. There can be no lasting sVorm In
the administration of this scvcndiy-tcn king-
ilomcttc until the existing constitution is so
changed that the mlnlslr) shall be responsible
in reality ns well as in name, until Ihc king's
appetites and passions and vulgar ostentation
xre confined within the limits of the very round
salary allowed him for misgoverning, and until
there shall be devised some system of check
tiion governmental expenditure, whereby the
icoplc who jiay the taxes may know when,
where and why their money is being spent.
It has come to this pass in human affairs :
(Mivcrnmcnt by the favored few, for the rich
and against the poor, cannot hold together
much longer an) where. There is organized
anarchy in Russia, in Germany, in France, In
the British Fmpirc. Take- nvvay prosperity
from the United States, for even a single year,
and organized anarchy would be there also.
In spite of peculation in high place, kingly
extravagance, ministerial folly, sanitary neg
lect, foreign distrust, this kingdom is fairly
prosperous, hlccpy acquiescence, lull-led con
tent, sleek self-satisfaction loll in their easy
chairs and arc satisfied with talk. If men go
around with governmental rings in their noses,
no one cries "For shame I" except llie "opposi
tion press" "whose voice is the voice of one
cr)ing in the wilderness," which few men heed.
An organized ojiosition of forty-eight hours
would make his majesty repeat the jicrfonn
ancc of the historic "Twelfth of February,"
and make Walter Cnitif of I.anai shiver
in his saintly slippers. Hut "organized
opposition" would mean resolution and risk
and sacrifice. Twenty representative men who
arcnot cravens, who dare face somcthingsharpcr
than scowls, and are willing to pay the picr
for something dearer than talk, might bring to
terms the precious brace of unworthics who
arc running this government into the ground
and consign the elder and more capable to the
tophct where he belongs.
I. it by "right divine"
That he .its on hi. pinchbeck throne
In the miUt of his gewgaw. fineT
O shades of a royal line 1
Do vour lips form never a moan
At ibis masque of n "right divine")
The inany-officcd minister has been called
astute, able, cunning, slippery and the like,;
and pcojilc are beginning to wonder whether
or not he is so pleased with himself and so
conceited as to believe that he is really filling
all of the places creditably. Of course men
may be found who will condescendto play in
ferior parts as his colleagues, or to form tails
on boards where- the credit, if tliciu should be
any, is his, and where Ihe resjionsibility if
things go wrong is theirs. Hchas "splurged"
with the new title of premier ail itaustum,
and, in native papers, has assumed the title of
kuhina nui, which belongs ton high office long
since alnlishcd. What next ?
This self-styled kiihina-nui is president of
the board of health. He is more than that:
he is its "bosi." His is the major resjionsi
bility for Ihc crime of last Saturday. Hut lit
is not solely responsible. His colleagues arc
aUo culjable. He and they have catered to
the desires of the king. The king's friends
say he is honest in the love he expresses for
his subjects. Whether his professed lov c lie
genuine or sjiurious is foreign to the ques
tion. The results of his policy arc fatal to the
race he professes to care for. And he, as well
as the lioard of health, is resjionsible for those
Gentlemen of the board of health, do )ou
know-alcjier when )ou see one? Are )ou,
Mr. A. S. Cleghorn, and )ou, Mr. II. A. Wide-
mann, comietcnt to say, without sufficient
medical advice, who shall go free from Ihe
branch hospital at Kakaako? If not, gentle
men, )Ou ought to be very well ashamed of
yourselves. Of course, Mr. Gibson Is expected
to j day into the hands of ignorance in order tu
make votes; but you are net.
It all comes to this at last. The board of
health is bosses! by its president. The prcsi
dent of the lioard of health Is bossed by the
king. The king wishes tellers to go free. And
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HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR SAMFLF.S OF
WATCHES, DIAMONDS and JEWELKV
of every description, in
Drknig's IIlock, Cor. of Queen and Nuuanu street.
Hactt Grmmtme tit to ettMk iharf,
.-PARK I'LAIi:. 1'iirjft JW.
HURDLE RACI-One mile dn,., 4 hurdles; free
for nil ; catch weight.
-LEAHI CUP. I'mmc $1M,
RACE One mile dah ; free fui
.IQUEEN'S CUP. Jr 9 ISO,
RUNNING RACE-Otie mile, Un 9 In 3; free for
IKING'S CUP. I'urw $t,HK
TROrTINO KACE-M.le heati, U.t 3 in 5. -o
harnchi ; free for all.
fl. KAMEHAMEHA PLATE. I'iim JUO0.
RUNNING KACK-One mite dash, for Hawaiian.
Iired hones not having a better record tluin 1,57.
IKOriING RACE-Onc mile heam, Leu In 3,
free to all Hawaiian-Wed horse.
7.-PRINCESS CUP. rurm $WO.
PONY, RACK One mile dah, open to all po
nie bred in the Kingdom not over i4haiidtlugli. Catch
in j; free
XTOT1CK. In conu-liance
J. Charter the Hi Knntal meeting of the member of
ith the terms of the
the Queen's Hospital Society will be held on hatunla),
ihc 7111 ui 1 my, 1 do 1, iiuiutam i iaic. m to a. m.
l'tr Order. F. A. ijCHAKFLU,
144 U frccrtlary.
MOrlCr- Tht fin
W cumgiosetl ir C.
itfCA. IIAILF.Y i Co..
A. 11A1I.KY and AI.IIK.lt 1
IIAKNK.S. of Wailuku. .Maul, is dissolved bv mutual
comcnl, C A. Ilailcy retiring. C A. I1AII.KV,
Il may be Ul to aik ihe question of the
pretest adiniaiUretioB, how ll happen that a
nan who la charges! with perjury, embeulc
meat, ami forgery, can stilt be retained In the
employ of government? but the question is
one the public U asking,
asking them to place my Hono
lulu passenger, in quarantine, also the ship,
but lo allow me to take on boanl by means of
my own crew, water, coal, etc., and to clear
out of the wrt.
Subsequently was discovered Ihe following
regulation of the boad of health, Issues! in
December, 1 8So, and which the president of
the board had evidently not rcadt
On the arriv al of any vessel at any port of
this linedom, having had or still having anv
person sick of smallpox on lioard the vessel,
shall be detained in quarantine, Ihe sick shall
be sent to the quarantine hospital, and the
crew and passengers shall" be submittal lo a
quarantine of fifteen days.
The Madras pasengen are now being
landed. Substantially on the liasis of the
above regulation. The board has grantctl the
captain and the vessel's agents more than they
asked for, and the common sense humanitarian-
ism of Ihe Intelligent among our citizens is being
carried out. Hut not until after thousands of
dollars have been spent, to the injury of all
concerned and to the belter protection of no
It mutt be a pleasant thing for the captain
of the mythical "armetl force" lo have no
other duty to twtforui as a return for a good
round salary than a general supervision of the
care and breaking of a few horse, w ith grooms
and aidants paid from the public purse lo
do the work of stabling. It mutt be pleasant,
also, te be able, at no cost to himself, to provide
his friends with horseflesh at picnics and for
country rides; and we cannot blame hiin much,
perhaps, hat he should make the best of his
position. But we can blame an unblushing
government that will allow money to be
squandered for such purpose. The opinion U
geojral that the way In which money das been
spent so far, under ihe appropriation fur an
" armed force." It scaicclv baa than an anen
robbery of the public fuodt.
USIC HALL KINOS-lKKEr
NOTICU-JOHNA. PALMER having purchased
the intcreftt of CI A. HAI LEV In themi?ar cane
punting business at Wtiiluku. Maui, the said Tnuincsc.
itl be continued by the under ngned Under the Arm
name of RARNhS & PALMER.
H4-4t J NO. A. PALMER.
OT.CK.-li hereby uimt that TIM QUON and
WONG LhONG.Xothof Honolulu. areMsotl.
atcd together as copartner under the firm name of
A.n ijjw n nunvi a-.a-.t-jnn, m aiu uouoiuiu,
for the purpose of leaking Ami subletting the Chinese
1 neater premise, ana generally ot operating the same.
Honolulu, May?. 1883. 144 at
RUNNING RACE-One mile, best
10 an Hawaiian nrcu norscs.
f.-GRA2IKKS rLAIE.-JNir.e $t!M.
RUNNING .RACK Tlirve-qiuricr mile dash;
free to all Hawaiian bred hordes a )cars old.
10.-AMAI EUR CUP. J'hi-00 $10.
TROTTING RACE Mile heats, beat a In 1. tu
harncsn, owner to drive.
i.-LUNALILO PLA'IE, J'tiran f?tf.
RUNNING RACE Mite dash! nivn to all VWu
bred in the kingdom that have never run at Kapiolanl
IV.-EXPRLSS CUP, 1'nne $3(t.
TROTH NO RACEOne mile! free lo all horses
that have never run in any public fACc.
i.l.-KOOr RACE-eou yards, JMr I3.
First man, $ao, second man $10.
IJ.-I1ICYCLK RACK, I mile dash, J'mi-. M
i.T.-GKEASE POLE, Jni- V0.
T TN10N MILL COMPANV. At the annual mt
J nx of this company held At their office, Kohala,
All horses entered fur the alve racei will L under
the control of the Judges, and their decision will be
final. t ,
All Running Races will be under the rules of the
Pacific Wood Horse Association, excepting as to weights.
Alt horses to carry a lidrr.
All Trotting Races will 1m under the tulei of the
National Trotting Association.
All (fames of chance end pool selling positively pro
AII Itorse that are sold In pools will be ruled out.
Permits to train horse at the Park track can be oU
tamed from the Kcrttary,
In order to secure and maintain order, no one wilt be
allowed on the track without the Association badge,
which mav be obtained from the Srcrvtarv al I ha I'ailr
Lgtounds. Radgci $$.
All entries must l mail under seal at the Secretary t
office before 5 o clock r. M. June 14th. They will then
Hawaii. May 10th, 1883. the following officer were
Secretary k Treasurer,.
Honolulu. May 19, 1883
l.f.U. r. IIU1,.MIJ
V. M. hWANZV.
NOTICE TO CKEOirORS.-The undersigned
having, the nih day of May current, been au
pointed Administrator of the Estate of JULIUS WAN.
IffNlIKIM. deceased, gives notice that all persons In.
dWtted to said estate are requested lo make immediate
payment to him, and all creditors of said estate are re.
quested to leave their written claims at the olf.ee of the
undersigned or with W. A. Kinniv, No. 1$ Kaahu.
manu street, within six months, or they will be forever
barred. H. F. GLADE, Austrian Consul.
Honolulu, May n, 1683. i4Mw
TO NIGHT AT MUSIC HALL,
TONIGlir AT MUSIC HALL,
If r. Frdrlo Maooafc,
Will present his Musical and Humorous Entertainment,
la which he will display his marvelous power of
changing the voice, figure and face, with rapid and
picturesque changes of PMumc and appropriate
MUSIC, SCENERY AND APPOINTMENTS.
Prices of AJmltslon-
Uo plan l KOIIER
Si, 71c and
I SON A O
OR SALE-ONK THOUSAND MAIS
Mo. I CHIMBftS IUCC
la Uxkl 01 duty paid.
4Jim J T. WATEKHOUbE,
XTOTICE TO CREDITORS. TU undemgned.
X ruvug Leen uaiy appointed adauniuratoe m 1
euata U A. S. McCULLM. late U lido. Ha
deceased, notice U hereby given lo all persons lo present
their cUiass against the estate of said A, h. UcCulLua,
duly auihcnlicated, whether secured by mortgage or
otnerwisc, la ase as my omce oa KaaAuttaau street,
IVHMUju. VMS), WH4ll4MllttWI4MII1Wl1UaatHIIM
or ibev will Le ftarever barred I and all irtiMU indebted
to said estate are hereby reoueaiad tvmike prompt pay
tM&t thereof to ALEX. J. CAKTWKIOHT,
AOAUAtstrator u tr estate ui A.&. Mcvwum.
Hvoutuy, June 9, tMj. 14 4
NO 1 ICE.-Having been appointed Guardian of M.
Mahuka, minor, son of ihe lata M. Mahuka, de
ceased, and attorney In fact for tail ta (w), widow of
said M, Mahuka. deceased, all person are hereby re
ouested lo settle all mat I en iirrtauiini! to the estate of
I. Mahuka. deceased, with the underslncd. and ttirv
are hereby notified that Mr. Simon K Kaai has no au
ihotUy whatever in the matter. A. ROSA.
t tuaruian 01 m. Manuka, minor, and attorney in fact
fur Luulla (wX widow of the lale M. Mahuka, deceased
Honolulu, May 13. 1883. 141.3m
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS,
The new WARFHOUSFSof the O. S. H. Co. are
now com islet ed. Merchandise Intended for shiitrneiil
by vessels of the above 1mm dl be received FKLK of
storage and receis Issued lor same.
Insurance on merchandise white lu the wan houses at
WM. U. IK WIN A CO.
UCira Agents O. S. S. Co.
be ODcnencd in ivcscnceof the Cummlttce.
jocktes colors must accompany entrance fees.
trance fee 10 X of ourse monrv.
. 71 .1 . ..
1 ncre must oe tnrte entrance in all races and two to
At the call of the bell from ihc ImltV ktknit II
Jockeys will promptly bring their horses out according
tu i. raic in u rant me.
In all tacci where wrlsfhle are ta la rsi-!.! Ut.tVr.
and Drivers are re-iulredto provide their own weights.
A few more booths to rent, 90 feet square, section $10
NO One aliOWcd tn bell rflaph.la.rilat tat till larL .inliiaY
by purchasing sections which may be had of the Sccre
tATV at his office.
All refreshment teams, after paying first gate money,
will I free afterwards.
All rules will be strictly enforced.
The official IM-Of ramiiun J lh ItarHian !. nt.i sths-J
from the secretary on June 8th, at hlsomce No, J7 Mr
ADMITTANCE TO THE PARK.
UiiUicn (unUcr la yr. of an.)...,,,
Ilbrw.juul IIoim iuii! Carriage.,.,.
AilmlltaiK. lo lli (iraiul Suiul. ,,
J. K. WISKMAN, bmrtary.
fsAUTlON.-Nttk. b aenby lro lhal I stUI p.
Ss J.U. ceatra4 la any uua. by any .ua
waaisuCTw aruhosit my iata cmuuii U shown ax a...
Vhunir ihtttU. KOUKKT MOONKY.
Koiali, iUvaS, M.r tl, H i4-i
SPECIAL NOTICE to EXHIBITOR!
fKIZKi TO HE OIVEIC ATllie ANNUAL
Tli. IVini 10 U ili.n al lb. Airkuliual ami 1 1 .
llcuhural Miow, I. h r-.U U Honolulu ua lb. 1Mb knj
I Jib U Jujn U1 U in lb. lorn lA baudaoax
Tb Prim iM lo lb. ..bitiu. U Aauul. and
cites rfnM.scdkitaiiriUli. lb. tcsWa btW
MUU U lb. rba CUu, '
laajaulonlolb.abo.tLurt.all .ucciJuJ obit.
v w. turn iibmih,
Uy Mtkr U lb. UuuJ.
HonoUlu, M. .j, M,.' , ,4,.J,
k IRE WORKS 1
the ntk or jonb axs 41a or
I hav. an Uivoic. of
SjiltiKlhl Sky Uocketn,
t'lvUi I oa. la 4 I.S.
Anoitet CittfK of Firework,
t I'MU. In a rw, Jiut lb. ibln. lo suit hvsmboU
illnlay. (si lb. lilll. folks,
Jilue LiyhlM, H'hitflt,
Star C'titiiliV., lleHyola;
Mine unit Fire Cracker.
Oi'tm .III U rx.U.it tad nualt dalituvj a day"'
tu bcloi. lb. .mfiil liow, as ibu. sooda an twM oul
In lb. war.buua
THOS. a THHUM.
k4 ft m.
!? """... I.IJ in Iva. IWSsly U SM S.TS
iMwrisc no. naiivimanM
traaaawa. Knffalnaawin. mc. mc. eutitmam Waiat
I rrtvl a4 wwtiag ontu. sW . mgmUf m-
IKW.SI, m wi OSK. f utH ntf,