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Willi tfic king, niul with him alone,
rcits tlid power of retaining or reject
ing 1 nbinct officer So far, he has
c mix ed n strong (tctcriiiinntion to hold
ly Mr. Gilwin, regnrdlcM of what his
miIijwh might think or my, and that
loo in the f.ire of the most dniiHiint'
proof of his utter imomictcni), n
nothing more, to fill the responsible
office to uliii.li he has received appoint
ment. Kvery indiuition is nt hand that
it is the king's pleasure that Mr (Ji'lwon
should stay so long as it is possible to
keep him, and that it n fit's own pltttsinr
mil) that he means to consult in the
matter Under sin h ircuimtanres,
it must lie evident that if Mr (iilwon
In. removed at all, it will he l neics
i,it) and not from appreciation of his
wortlilcssness as a jnililit strvant or
from nn deference to public opinion
l,ark of means wherenitb to ioiuIih t
the government, resulting from an in
ilisinniinatc and wasteful disbursement
of the funds', or something win ., ma)
procure his removal, but mil) t'us
Doubtless, however, thedaj will toinp,
but the building and repair tint will
then devolve on an) sum ceding ad
ministration should not be forgotten b)
those who contemplate a change. It
(crtamly would be poor satisfaction, at
this late day in the biennial period, to
see a new cabinet of good men i nine
into office, only to be blamed b) the
legislature for the misdoings and short
(oinings of their predecessors, whuji
would almost assuredly be the case if
the responsible members of the present
admiuistraticm were sum essful in their
efforts to stuff that body with depen
dents and toadies. At the coming
session there will at least honn oppor
tunity for competent and searching in
cpury into the hitherto occult oiuluc I
under the Gibson rule, should the pre
sent cabinet bold together till then,
and a chance to hold some one to
an mint, if things are in the slate c iti
71:11s have reason to believe them in.
Then, perhaps, will be explained wh),
lor instance, a fort) thousand dollars
deficit should have occured in the
treasury statement, and wh) it has never
been accounted for; where certain
moneys received on immigration ac
count have gone ; and many othei
matters of a like nature, which, so far,
have been shrouded in impenetrable
mystery. There arc cogent reasons,
all things considered, why the com
munity should wish the present cabinet
to remain in office until the coming
session of thejlegislature. "The op
position never is but alwa)s to be
blest." said Mr. Gibson. " Those
laugh best who laugh last."
'j.i iiu.i.foi nt:
lias a tax assessor any right lo col
lect uxes r 1 ne louowing translated
copy of a tax receipt issued by an as
sessor has been handed to the Press
for publication; and is suggestive of the
above query :
Received llus nth ill) of At gust, 1SS3, for
the tints of AM, ns ki nv.ccn11.11t, ns fol
1 J. A. ICuu. u
Tax As-.i.vir of I-iliaim.
A gentleman for whom the l'rcss has
the highest respei t, spoke at the meet
ing of the planters last Tlnisday. In
the course of his remarks he censured
somewhat sh.uply the report of the
previous da)'s proceedings, which ap
peared in one of the dailies. That re
port was prepared by a reporter who is
now- out of the kingdom, having sailed
on a I'ugol Sound schooner last 'I burs
day. He was icitainl) a very bad re
porter. Hut it was also certain that la
was overworked, lie was doing work
that two good men could scan el) do
justice to. His reports of the planters'
meetings were full if they were not
accurate, and it must be remembered
that he was reporting the work of
spec lalists anil could not he expected
to follow all that was said withaccurac).
Honest) and hardWork go almost
alw.i)s hand in hand. 'I he honest man
who has a talent will employ thai t.tluu
fur the world' advantage If he have
no talent, the honest man will toil with
his hands. Neither will cat the bread of
idleness, or live on either the haunt) 01
his friends or the charity of societv. No
amount of education will help the man
who has no brains, wlule talent will al
vvavs lind its use, somehow; hut a little
accurate tuition earl) in lile, a woid of
encouragement, a juilu ions rebuke, may
set the feet of talent in the right direc
tion. Kor this and for this only is
an)thingtmtelemenlar) education worth
what it costs, in time, ormone) or vital
II 'I L HI I II in I .III.
The Planters' 1-abur and Supply
Connuii) has met and adjourned. Al
though no definite expression of dis
gust at the (iibsou regime has ken
put on rccotd, much practical mfoima
tion has been inteu hanged and ionic
new ideas brought out. If the planters
will go homo and spend some mone)
in returning enough decent lucn to the
next legislature to prevent a sell out
to Gibson V Co., they mty have better
reason to congratulate themselves when
they meet n ) ear ftoin now than they
now have. "
The king, in ptivy council, has a
right to say whether or not a proceed
ing in law against the government by
any icrson, shall lie allowed. Such
prerogative, however, has seldom or
never been exercised in times wst, and
it is matter of no little comment that it
should have been taken advantage of
in two uie suno lor damages, brought
against the government, one b) I, M.
lUrting undone by 1. Way.
How the thickens come home to
toost? 'J'he street sa) that good Mr.
Gibson, in a bust of supcr-vutuotts
indignation -or something else- m with
drawn from the house of Hackfeld
' Co. the conditional monopoly of the
imputation of Chinese immigrants.
Arid doulitless, the contingent $5 a
luad ''goo with the goods.'j
I Minns U I 7 I'ltosi.
In a recent issue of the Advertiser
was an article entitled hrgotism and
Leprosy, snid by that nper to have
been taken from a letter addressed to
the government by Mr. Carter, its en
voy Bl Washington As the article re
fcrrcd to attempts to view the subject
from a homeointliic standpoint and is
novel 1.) its suggestions, it deserves
more than a passing comment. The
article suggests the possible value of
hoincojflthic treatment in IcproS), and
names ergot as the remedy from the
supposed iik-ntit) between some of the
s)inptoius of leprosy with those pro
duced by the use of ergot. Further
than the suggestions in regard to symp
toms and treatment, however, the
artic Ic is altogether tin homeopathic,
as it suggests the possible dependence
f the disease upon certain ungnts
which arc known to affect various
articles of food grown upon these is
lands and an expert examination of the
same nomeopamy, proper, uas
nothing to do with the causes of disease
or the actual pathological conditions
thereby induced, but only with their
attendant symptoms. Once the symp
toms are known and the proving of a
ertam medicine arc similar, the appro
priate reined) is established.
Hut let us examine the data upon
nliir.li the imaeincd sinuharitv between
leprosy and ergotism is1ascd. Mr.
Carter sa)s : " 1 was struck on reacting
in the lMH)rlop(cdi.i of I'om Morlena
M edict, b) 'I imothy V. Allen, A.M.,
Ml), by the s)mptoms
produced b) eating rye bread made
from r)e allected by the smut from
ninth the ergot is made. ""
These sjmptoms are so similar to those
of several cases brought to my notice
as leprosy while I was president of the
board of health that I have been led
to consider whether in some cases
thev m.iv not have been produced by
similar causes, viz : The eating of food
poisoned by some might or smut such
as affei ts the coffee in Kona, and the
mangoes, oranges, and even taro, in
different parts of the islands and thus
account for some of the cases of so
called leprosy." Had Mr. Carter de
rived his information regarding the
pathology and s)inptoms of ergotism
trout some recognised authorit), such
as llnstowe. Aitkcn, Gross, or others
that might be mentioned, instead of
from the publications 01 lioencke and
I'alcl, and had he consulted like good
authorities on the pathology of leprosy
he would never have suggested the
anal) sis of blights which have existed
here from time immemorial, and when
no case of lepros) had ever been
heard of on the islands.
Leaving aside the pathological differ
ences of the two diseases, let us see
from comparative s)inptoms what right
the homeopathist Ins, upon his theory
of similars, to projiose ergot as the
remedy for leprosy. Leprosy is a com
paratively painless disease, insidious in
its approaches, of very protracted dura
tion, and terminating with scarcely an
exception, in death, and despite all treat
ment, ergotism, a highly painful disease,
oftenest accompanied bv fever and de
lirium, of comparative!) short duration,
and often terminating in recovery.
Leprosy is not characterised by a
blackening and dr)ing up of the
extremities, nor is a " separation of the
dead part from the living attended with
excruciation pain," as is the case with
the sloughs and amputations of ergot
ism. Spontaneous amputations in ergot
ism mean almost invariably a cure-
never so with lepros). Absorption of
bone is common in lepros) : hut never
so in ergotism. S J much for s) inptoms;
and the pathological dillercnces are
even ureater than the s) mptomatic.
Moreover, leprosy selects by preference
man as its subject, and has rarely if
ever been known to inlect horned
cattle j not so with ergotism. It has
olien appeared as an epidemic among
cattle and horses in certain parts ol
Germany and oilier European coun
tries. In 18 19 it was prevalent among
the horses and cattle of Chester County,
I'enns)lvania, and in the following )ear,
in Orancc County. New York. i here
it was the result of ergot in the'
seeds of the grass foa vmdis, eaten by
the stock. (See Gross' Surgery, Vol.
1-167). Aitkcn, a universally recog
nised authorit), sa).s, in his " Practice":
" A morbid stale is said to be produced
by othei poisonous fungi, such as the
aiuamta luuscaria and eitruria ; the
h)poph)lunt sanguine-am," etc.
We are well aware that certain dis
eases are to a greater or less extent
dependent upon peculiarities of diet.
This is notably the case- with such
diseases as beriberi, seurv) and pellagra.
Years since it was a popular theory that
lepios) belonged .to this class of com
plaints, and that an exclusive fish diet
was the predisposing cause. Hut
patient investigators, like V.uuhkc
Carter, Macuamara, and Lobb, have
long since show 11 its uutenabilit). Pas
tetir and his co-workers iiave now been
able to demonstrate the presence of a
uiiavl in the blood and tissues
of lepers, which is called txtcillus
Itfntt, and upon which it has been
dcmoustiatcd, the disease- is depen
dent. In the face of such evidence
as has lately been accumulated,
from the reseaiehes of Pasteur, Koch,
and others, in relation to the germ
origin, and inociilabihty of such
diseases as lepros), consumption, can
cer, splenic fever, etc., it seems onl)
absurd to commence again to revive
the theories of a less enlightened tune.
The writer would feel ver) much reas
stired if he could believe that restric
tions in regard to diet would save
the ccunmuiut) front the (Lingers of
leprosy j or that, in reference to cure
we could look with any degree of hope
to the disciples of Hanncman. Hut if
prevention ever does come, it will be
the result of the researches of such men
as Pasteur, and will be b) vaccination.
just as is now the case with splenic
lever and chicken cholera, bo, too it
a cure is ever found it will not be by an
infmitusmal dose which grows more
powerful the farther it recedes from
materiality ; hut it will be by chemical
agents capable at once of permeating
the solids and lluids of the entire s)s
ttiu ; harmless to the organism, but
deadly to the parasite. Meanwhile we
may safely continue to drink coffee- and
to eat fruit and taro, notwithstanding the
The proprietor of the Hulk-tin is still
writhing under the merited castration
administered by the Press some weeks
since- riJ the leader, in the issue of
11 tsi 1 mi nrtit must.
It has 1 onic to be an axiom in govern
ment that a little education "a little
learning"- is a dangerous thing. And
although the tendency of the age has
not been to oettucrttion for that is
not possible- )ct there has ccrtainl)
been a tendency to miscducation, and
to education in the wrong direction
Many a stout laborer has been spoiled
to make a sorry blacksmith, man) a good
blacksmith has been spoiled to inako
an indifferent clerk, many an excellent
clerk has been spoiled Jo make a con
temptiblc law)er, many a brilliant law)cr
has been sKilcd to make a useless
clerg)inan. 'I he problem of problems
is to find out just w hat the boy or girl
can do, and direct study, work and
pla) to that end.
In every city, state or nation, a cer
tain proportion of all the inhabitants
mamfestly-are horn to earn their dail)
bread fn the sweat of their faces
I heir ixuents having failed to pre-
endow them with brains, or character,
or physical stamina, put it out of their
power to become well to do, fwncsth,
except by hard work. Honest toil is
not quite at par in most of the civilized
portions of the world. So education,
singing her siren soiur, promises to all
men a ro)al short rut tolortunc- il not
to fame by simply following In her
smiling train. Unfortunatel), 111 a vast
number of cases, education does not
educate. In no case docs education
fit any 1 bild or any man for excellence
in an) direction towards which there
was not some inherent tendency
"'I he deep mind of dauntless in
fancy" must have sonic natural trend,
or it w ill have no adecpiatc dev clopment.
It may be urged that the Hawaiian
Kingdom has no college or university
under its patronage except as it has
directly orindrcctly helped Oahu collgc.
Yet, in some respects, the latter in
stitution is national. Its land endow
ment came from the state. The sale of
a portion of this land endow ment has
made possible its present handsome,
creditable buildings. Its courses are
open to all Hawaiian, irrespective of
creed or color.
On the evening of the 12th instant
there was a. reception by the new
teachers of I'unahou, and a reunion
of its friends, attended by a large num.
ol thcre-sidents of tins city and or the
other islands. Addresses of welcome
were made and a large sum of money
subscribed, as shown by the report in
another column. 'I he gentlemen and
ladies who have so liberally subscribed
lo what they consider the best good of
this community deserve more than a
word of passing thanks. It is not the
less creditable that they have given of
their abundance. Men who give at
all have frequent demands upon their
purses. Men who give largely have to
meet demands that are practically con
tinuous; if all the men who carp and
sneer at their rich fellows because they
give no more, would give in proportion
to their own incomes, would come for
ward with $5, $10, and $20 subscrip-
t'ons, the 0,000 now needed to secure
Mr. Hishop's munificent subscription
would be secured before the month fs
There is just one other thought in
regard to Oahu College which must not
be lost sight of. It has received sub
scriptions Irom capitalists in the United
States whit h compel keen scrutiny of its
conduct. Those subscribers and the
American friends of the Hawaiian mis
sion look to it for rcSult. It is natural
that those distant friends should expect
the decendents of the missionaries and
the pupils "ot OalnfCollege to support it
liberally, 'lhe reciprocity treat) had
no more powerful advocates in the
United States than the supporters of the
American Hoard of Foreign Missions
from whom Oahu College has received
such substantial benefits. There can
be no more effective method of telling
the American friends of the treaty that
their efforts have not been thrown away.
than by showing them that a poition of
tne wealth gamed ny the treaty has been
invested in that best of investments an
institution of progiessive, practical,
The sale of the Advcrtiserto Messrs,
E. C. Matfarlane of San Francisco,
and Mr. J. S. Webb of this city, is a
distinct gain to the reading public.
Mr. Macfarlane has been outspoken
and straightforward in his political
utterances, and his friends have good
reason tobcliee- that his influence will
be on the side of good government.
The public has far less reason to
congratulate itself on the part proprietor
ship of Mr. J. S. Webb. That gentle
man is known as a unci? and tmu de
fender of the Gibson policy, and has
been so distinctly a creature of the
administration that it will be extreme!)
difficult to remove the impression that
he is still its creature. This must be
particularly true while the Advertiser
continues to be edited from the foreign
office, of which Mr. Webb is still acting
It is noticeable that the new regime
Start1, out with the avowed object of
making money. lJ1.1t is frank and
manly, so far as it goes. Hut the pub
lic has a right to expect from the
public print winch affects to voice
imhlic opinion, some acknowledgement
of the claims of public morality and
mercantile honor. It is to Ijc hoped
that when Mr. Macfarlane assumes
control be will announce a less dis
tinctly sellish policy. v
Till, rliflliirf nf lirniirlMM-..l.in i n
not but imnrove the Acivt-rtist-r's Kni-
hsh. It had reached the lowest ebb of
the lull spring tide. On the other
hand, it can no trm.n-r Im.ist llw iirniwl
distinction of being the worst edited
wper in Pol) nesia.
Mr. Webb is a cood writer. He has
education and the brains to apply it
interestingly and intelligently. If he
does as well as he knows how to do,
steers k-ar of al lot if. and slums th.it
he desenes the confidence of the pub
lic, the t'ress will bo among the nrst to
chronicle the righteous success whiqh
we sincerely hope the new Advertiser
The matter of the Gazette charter U
a disgrace to the government. It
ought to receive, the prompt attention
of Minister Guliclc. If thai ccntk-mnn
desires to retain the respect of his best
-.: 1. 1... . :li ..... .,....:. .1... i:....
iiieiiuft liv hii iiui iejlilH iiii; &usih.iuii
that he is waiting to be " jk-rsuackd."
irr 1 in tint.
Hi llniltlno Hrtmfnn I nt I fihlilfl frrn
It was gala night at Ptirmhou last
Fridav. 'Ihe serpentine drive was lit
with flambeaux, their flickering brilliance
pln)ing hide and seek in the chequered
shadows of the algarolns. The loft)
portico of the new building was ga)
with paper lanterns. The jellow lani
light streamed invitingly from the open"
hall way and the high French windows
of the long front. And over all the
mellow moonlight nodded the scene
with incandescent silver. Within, tlie
spacious rooms were early filled with
delighted guests, in rank from rarpen
tcr to king, in age from eighty eight to
eiglt. Vtnerabit- fathers and mothers
of the mission, busy men of affairs,
young mothers of budding families,
callow youths anils hv maidens, a I sorts.
sies and conditions of people were
there- all professedly, and most of
them in reality, friends of Oahu Col
lege and I'unahou School. King Ka
lakaua and Chamberlain Judd, Chan
ccllor Judd and Judge Austin, Minister
of Finance Kapena, Governor Domi
ms, Mr and Mrs. T. II. Uavics. Mr.
and Mrs. Clans Spree kcls, Mr. and
.Mrs !;. 1'. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. S. 11.
Dole, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Damon. Mr.
and Mrs. W, K. Castle, Mr. and Mrs.
Q M. Cooke, Mr. and Mrs. P. C
Jones, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Carter,
Air. and Airs. A. 1. Atkinson, Mr and
Mrs. J. H. Atherton, ' Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Watcrbousc, Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Ihdc, Mr. and Mrs. Humess, Mr.
and Mrs. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Cm
an, Mr. and Mrs. Forbes, Mr, and
Mrs. Hall, Messrs., C, U. Hishop, 11 F.
Dillingham, nnd W. R. Austin, Mrs, S.
(4. Wilder, Mrs. A. h Judd, Mrs, T. G.
I brum, Mrs. Iiura Dickson, Mrs. S.
N. Castle, Mrs. Kmma llccklev, and
fully two hundred others whose names
were not noted were present includ
ing a number of sleek, well fed and be
nevolent looking newspaper reporters.
and a number of young gentlemen
about town with their spurs )Ct to win.
rather uamon received the attests and
presented them to the new president
and new teachers of the college. Many
were 111c cordial giectings oi those who
had lived to see I'unahou grow from
its little beginning to its present satis
The band was in attendance, throuch
the courtes) of the governor, and
piayett, as always, enjo)aby. During
the evening Mrs. llandford and Miss
Ilcssic Dickson plavcd a piano duct.
And Mrs. llandford sang Schubert's
seranatle, accompanied on the piano by
Mr. Myron Jones .and on the violin by
Mr. Yandley whose fiddling is always
an enjoyable addition, no matter how
excellent the performance of which it
js an accessary.
Alter the music the assemblage was
informally called to order by Chief Jus
tice Judu, who addressed the meeting
On behalf (if the Trustees of Oahu College
anil its pitrons I welcome )ou, Mr. l'risulcnt,
anil ) our corn of assistants, lo our island Mnt;.
dom ami to the charge of this instnulion of
learning. Oilm College, though .small, when
the number of us pupils are considered, anil
weak in endowment, is by no means in its in
fancy, l'ounded by our fathers over fort) )cars
ago, il antulitcs the discovery of gold and the
conccpient development of the Pacific hUKcs of
America, Il Ins done good work and Ins 0
noble record. Hut of late ) cars this instilulion
lns suffered somewhat h) the commercial
spirit which Ins come over our coinmiinil) in
consequence of ils rapid strides in material
prospcrilv, J "or many of our )Oiithnre
jo-sessed nilh this spirit anil content them
selves with what is called "'practical know
ledge " or a " business education." T, hespint
called b) Andrew While " mercantiliMii,"
largel) prevails in our neatest neighlior, the
American Henublic, and U norleutoiis to its
institutions. JUil we desire that Oahu College
shall exorcise this spirit and be a standing pro
test against tint uuliiarhnisin which kees in
our valleys, plains and hllbsides only so many
acres of cane land, rice fields or pasture, winch
finds in our iiiagnilieeiil mountains nothing but
water shells for siippljiiig irrigating dilches anil
111 our ancient forests onl) lire-wood at so much
a cord at the furnace mouths j or which values
men as onlj so much muscle to hoc cane. Vc
desire lint in thesv classic shades shall he stimu
lated alhirsl for that luglierilcv clopment of the
intellect and heart, which will not content it
self with a knowledge of booU-Ueeping, and
which has a higher goal linn die capacity to
enter a store at seventeen ) ears of age and
earn $60 a month, and which will not consider
the tunc before .vjoiith can enter the lists in
lhe eager competition for wealth as time lost,
and which calls others than Us millionaires the
great men of .1 country. 1 here i somelhing
nobler and higher than the material interests
of a nation. The tiaiiunc of the mind and
soul by which men become good citizens, of
pure morals, iiiscipuncil minus, ami cultivated
lasles, tends more to make a nation great
than hordes of immigrants and vaults stocked
full ofsilver coin. If Oahu College-, well en.
dowed and well palronbed by our country,
shall make- its cjraihnlcs, the future fathers
and mothers of this kingdom, persons of
such character, it will be worth more to this
nation than a standing army, a fleel, or all
ils laws, or its court-houses or gaols. Ve
want more of lliat ambition for a liberal edu
cation which sent the L)inaus, the Alexan
ders, and lhe Icons' of twenty-live ) cars ago
to the field as survcjnrs lo cam mune) wnh
which to go through college, and we look to
j oil, sir, to stimulate such a spirit. . We want
our lio) sand girls to be contented with noth
ing less llnu die lit-sl, and if it cannot be got
lure then to continue the pursuit of knowledge
even if it lake- them to Harvard or Vale or
AniiAibor, anil to Vassar or Wellsl). Mr.
l'resident, I Juve the greater satisfaction 111
welcoming vou because )ou come from ni)
owil second alma maltr, under the elms of
May )our administration have as ils ideal the
s) uiinetrical development of the )outh placed
in )our charge mlo peifecl manhtxxt and
President Merrill's rejily for which
the Press is indebted to the courtesy
of Mr. Godfrey of the Gazette, was as
Mr. Chief Justice, t.enllcmcn of lhe Hoard
of Trustees, and friends of Oahu College,
It would be impos.iblc for u to misunderstand
the cordiality of the welcome yem have ex
tended tons, and we thank )ou most heanily
for it. I'rom Ihe hum of out landing nolhing
but the kindest of greeting ha met us. And
)cl these words of welcome from )ou, Mr,
Chief Justice, this large and cnihuiastic
gathering of 'ihe friends of the college litre
to night, have touched us mt,t of all. but
this welcome and the high ideal you have Just
set up at the standard of your expectation as
trustees and friends of lhe college make us feel
most keenly the weight of lhe lespoiuihilily
we assume. Upon 111) self as president and
ujon my associate teachers )ou unixc a great
trust, And permit me t' say lliat this expecta
tion can only be rcilkcd as Ihere stall fie the
heartiest and most sincere- co-operation of the
trustees and friends of the college with the
faculty. We shall look for and cspect to
tccrite such )nt)athy and assistance from )ou
as shall nuke it possible to tcalin) more ami
more nearly an approach to this high and, as 1
IkIicvc Hue standard. To us one ol the most
noticeable as well as one of the plcusantesl
fttuics of this evening's icccptioii is found
In the fact licit almost every third person pre
Kilted to us has been introduced as either a
former pupil or a graduate of Oahu Cvlleuc.
Il should mean much. Literally nmciun.Fe-d
by heriiuldren, this institution, should ictxivc.
Ilirir mcr-l cordial and intelligent suppoit 1 and
this fuel will deepen and eaiphasiu lhe liopc
already csiirssstsd (hat we shall l tlna sup.
ixuteef. A few eUvsiare, a I 4 for a few
IjchuV licit beside I,. ltVllcclwill!, Imed
awl honolnl by vou Iwrie. a bv all who know
Mm .eUtmherc, Ue lotj me of the wk uf
loamtr jcais mini UMllMlun, lhe leudi
m4 living May lu which he spoke of " uiy
In.) wiilur f 1 f li r f r hi lutein n,
and hi- licen njuallcd .ml) b) tin expression
nf love nnd honor for htm by the "lo)s of
Ihow days, now the friends or trustee of this
college. It is a grand thing lo so stamp
the litres ami characters of the bois and the
girlt that lhe Impress of it It to be felt nnd
seen through all the nucr life. And from
this, we as teachers, gather Inspiration ami
courage, hoping that II may lie our h!gl privi
lege to thus ileal with yrmr children and the
children of these Minds who m.a) lie placed
tinder our jOirc And I cannot close without
again referring to lhe standard you would have
erei led here. The Iruc ideal is lhe education
ami development of the cW- man. We
must not neglect the physical nature. Its
vigor and strength cannot with safely be
ignored. The training and culture of the in
tellectual nature Is lhe especial Work of this
institution I here must be no lick nf m.
aihasis phccel upon this. Hut most happy
have I lieen to hear of your wish lhal lhe care
aim nurture 01 tne moral nature lie also inm-
iimcii ny us, 1 ne- complete, tnciiiiiy roululeil
manhood or woininlio.nl, is found where the
proper emphasis has been placed umn each
lrt. We accept this high ideal, and hope
that lhe (raining that shall lie given in Oilm
C ollegc- will be of such a character ns to leave
nu member weak or undeveloped. Again
I thank yon for Ihe kind expressions of Tlie
Mr. R. Castle then repented in
substance what had been said in the
Press article on the college two weeks
ago, and gave way to Mr. C. M.
Cooke, who read the following report
.Slntctiicirt of cost of the Oahu College new
building and estimate of funds reipiircd lo
complete ami furnish the same.
Amount of contract ol IS VV. I Incnlii fat
eomjletion of I luMitijns r hns nnd
icncAtious ...... ........ t. ....
Am mull of extras mi.l 10 Sept in, iWj ,',fui ij
. T "" " ' "'"H !' iKimry nil i
-rcrntrfill for pirns nil-1 sinelfiiallans
oiiiicti hiiir Rrciiucci 01 mnllltig.ii..,,..
I'stinnttil co.t Tir luiiMinff onl)...
tingumd 11,511 41
It-ilsnce hr-i-iletl lo cener cost of t niMinz
Amount pml for cost of new furniture. ...
Mntllna nntl cit uritin!? same .....
$ 1 talis tw
Crockery ami other rurtiiliirc ncedeil ,,,.,
Cliati'lchcrs, nnd l.riclct hmps,, .....
t inilnif; Iut nuulca of LuiMutxA . . ,
.-iiiv.eiiincous ...,,,, , ,,.,,.,,
loud nniniint required oer and nliove)
suiiM.lllioiis o ns nu to infringe $15,8100
iifwn our College 1 neloumcht I unl j
C'MlKi.r.s M Coosk,
1 rensurer of O dm College.
Mr. Cook, in turn, gave way to Mr.
P. C. Jones, Jr., who read the follow
UoNOl.uitr, Oct. i2th,SS3.
Mil. C. M.Cook, Tret vsimei-r, Oahu Cot.
IU1I' Aar Sir: If a sunt of $15,000 or
more is raised in cash bctwoen this eetninn
and the 1st of June ncxl, I will give $15,000
111.1.11111 .1 -.eie-nuiii; iic'i-iriinciii lor me college,
lo erect a buildinc and provide cliLmic.il nnd
other apparatus for the same.
Mr. Hishop's letter was greeted with
applause and Mr. lones nrocecdod
judiciously to woik up the enthusiasm
evoked by Us reading which resulted as
riiK si uscRiimns anii scnscRirrios-s,
Charfes f. CooVc
W. K, Castle....,
Kev. VV. C. Mcn-iit :
Vlrs. W. C, .Merrill
s M Damon..,
Kev. A. O I orlics .
Iloit U McCullj....
Itee. A. Mjckmtosh
Mrs. W.VV Hill.,..
Miss Irene li
J II Atherton..,, ,
CI sue Spreckcls, . , , ,
1', C Junes, lr......
VV. ti. Imtn...... .
Kcv S CDimonand
Mrs. C II. Jones
1. II. Danes
Mrs. I. M Cooke. .
I. 1. V Aterlioue, Jr.
II. VV nterhoiisc ..
Mri II I' liilhngleim
Mrs S II. Dole
A I nend
Mrs. S. M Damon.
I. A Jonca.,
Mjss Aihjones 55
VV Austin VVhttinc
Hei S I, )ilshoi .
It. I.i&hntan.... .
laeut. CJ. IJ. Jukjon.
VV. A Itrovin ,
Dr. N II tincnoti
Mrs. J. (J Dickson
fhoims Sorcnon .
Cipton I'cnhallow ,
Vlrs. A, I, Judd....'
Vlrs, J. Itioun
! r. .Sindford . ...
A 1 nend.... ....
VV O Smith
Hon A t.Jiidd..
:. M. Ini
Miss trincis Lack
Mrs. '1, C, lhrum
Hon II. II, Austin
ltcu I.. Smith....,
N F llurgess.,..,
then, further subscriptions
have been received as follows: From
Mr. J. T. Watcrhousc, Sr., $500 with
a further' conditional subscription of
$2,000, prov ided the rest of the $ 1 5,800
rccpiircd be raised by May 1st, net; Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Dimond, $100; Mrs.
Lowell Smith, $25 and Mr. R. llal
After the argumentative, persuasive
and arithmetical eloquence, of Mr.
Jones yielded to an attack of acute
hoarseness having resulted in vtlic total
above show n the guestsdisposcd them
selv es to cat ice creaip and cake, the rake
being the handiwork of Honolulu's inpst
expert housewives, the cream of the
Hart brothers' most vigorous freezing
notwithstanding the rcjiortcr of an
esteemed contemporary wrote of it as
"juicy," using for that word the big
And then the band jnit away its in
struments, and wraps were had, and
escorts found, and popular young gen
tlemen disentangled from the web of
feminine attention, and parting compli
ments were exchanged. Then the
Dodd's coiches and the public and pri
vate carriages began to fill and drive
away down the winding drive and its
yellow flambeaux and out into Puna
hou street and along King street, home.
LOVI At his residence. OcloWr i;. KoUrl Love,
need 18 Scars; a reiident of tills city for the iol
tlnm three ears. He luvc n widow Jand Ktcral
children to mourn their loss.
m lule till A JjV Utcretl our rnnnisimn uuli lltOI .
I.ISl LR & CO. by resignation,
CHO VV. SMI 111,
, , I). McCAKI.NI.Y.Jit.
October 13, 1883.
OARD OF MAHINU UNDERWRITERS,
vi gnu nauciscu.
, ItACKMLD & CO , tifioli.
Vessels Driving IbShispott in dutreta slioulj apnlv- to
UTUAL TELEPHONE CO.
SFCON'I) ASShSSVtl.NT on iht uk nf IK.
ue coincwtiiy uf ijj(, Uini; ji.jo oer share, is due
una .'si.tuii, ijaoic at my oilier, rvaanuinanu
fctrt-ct, No. 13. ,
Honolulu, OctoUr lelli, i8j A JAIOPR,
! it. Treasurer Mutual I el. CO.
OTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
A il l'K 1 INT. orthaSiocihokirrs r ii. nriMn.
KAA hUCAK COM PAN V will Iw held at the olfics
ufMev-js. KA hcliarertCo.,un l Ul SDAV.Um yd
IKluUr, 188, at 10 a u, J
i-er order. "
e.ihcr OrO. W &MI1I! iu I). MtCAkTNLV.
Jk., atciwwinour rniJky or tuv Any fwihr cof
l(im IIOlIlSritKt CO.
Al the Annual Msctlnf of lh KiacV.!..d.c.r .. th
Pacifu. Siutir MUI hski Ibis day, the Mlowlng ie
eleetc J oltiecrt fur 1m euiurof ) ear. ,
F, A. Sciuk.hi, prcUenl
J. lloilkc., Iic4surr
II. Kssjo, beeretary
J. II PI, Audiu. ,
Honolulu, eiioUr t), iWj II. Rl'NJr,
ORKINC MENS UNION,
till: Kl.GUIK IIKK'UNGS
IN -rill. AKMOKV
l-soeitui ilcssnn4 e utii nay Jo v ty(4)tug tu
lb frees star) vr 'I rsguurcr.
Office f Superintendent ol vVater Works,
HoNnLt Cl , July 3, ,8f
All persons liasinc Water I'nsileires are notified that
their VVat-ee Uct, ar n....!.. ..! Mn...tl. u ..1
...... . ... , -n , .... ... 1-1III.1III1..II,, lll.ll
vanee, at the office of the SiirintendeTit of Water
i.oins, 10.S ci .lumnmi street, oii the tt day of
January and July of eien j-eir C II VVH.SO.V,
' t V tf "inperinlendent Water VVoi l.
Mr. tlASJij iriui evst-wi... 1 . . ,JC...
. ..u. ...... ,. ,, l.n .rcn Hiiuill,ri. OUI
T)Df and Ou-ird for the Port ol Vlahulim.1, Hawaii,
lt.fl it I.e.. 1. .
'ii. u ... 1.11.1 lesienoi
Cotlettor General Office, W. F. AI.tKN,
Oeiober it, 1883. Collector Onenl
I proseil 1
J M KAPI1NA,
tlt Mini.lerof llaince
A Sureesefnl House I A Sncresslnl Home ! A slrll
In Instance of success In n Retail Dry lionets' ei) Is
afforded by the txadinn ldiner House of CtutteaJ
I idiel, cvnie r lott nnd Hotel streets. Ihe Proirietor
Mr. t'lsliel Ins acqulreil iln art of holding custom An
Dry Goods Hmise cm, h) frtel) mleerllslni;, draw cus
tomer unce or mice; hut to hold them, nsit enjoy ihelr
mnfidence, calls for the eaerclse of tact and lihcrah'l).
Oorsl. must lie mvked down and sold for eehil the)
are never mUrrprewit nn article. I hat Is the policy
ofClmlesJ Hshel, and that iwlicy Ins made tlio firm
one of the greltest In its line, on the lending thorough
fire if Honolulu the (.elding Milliners Store of
ChlrlesJ I isehel, Is In Honolulu hit M ley's I. to
NewVoiL. ChaileaJ I isliel mllesa (clilly ofMil
liner) A V I lie sloro Is one of lhe slhts of the cite
tallies nnd Gentlemen vlsiling Sin I'rinclsco Hill
find eer desirille I urnlslieil Rooms I n Suit and Sin
Ele at No. 13; Montgomery St, Corner Hush Mrs,
I llrnev, fnrmerlvof llnnnlutii.
We InVe rcrtHctl n further comignment of
Mi Mm Mlrihru, U'tttMott SCo.' Mnrhhterft
Am! hie now on hinj. rc-ul for ilclner) :
One T riplc.l.fTect, on hin lvme Iron slikjlnjj, contilnlng
3.1351" feet of lirilln vnf.ee, will, rumping
I.njfirie nml divclnrgini; Montjit. Com; lele.
One Io,,l.eriTcct, In!njr5,3ex."t)i'ire ft of heaiitii;
nurfacc, with Kngine niu, Mnntjiit,
One net of Tout WesiotiS P. tent CenlnfugnU. with
LnRine anil Mixer
One mi of IwoWVuon's Patent CenlrifuciK
Having increie.J ftcilitiei for lhe manufacture of
thetc m-ichines (the Welon Pitent, for which, in
(Jreit Ilritim hi expired), we ire thin enallcd to offer
them nt m .lerWIy reduced pnce.
We nc n full nisorinunt of Ctntnfug-.. spirei
linings hriwe, $uM.r hand nnd LtiOic. etc.
I o Diigon-kl Fngine, each 6 In I y is in.
Clanfiers, Mil Coulerit, 8 by 6h a an I 6 by 3 by 1 7
One .Stare Top Kolter for 6 by 54 in. Mill.
One Spare Side Holler for do. do
One Sparc Intermediate Spur Wceel for gcirinff of do.
163 f 0. W. MAC! AKLANE St Co
T AINE & CO,
HAVF A LRCK STOCK OF THE
VERY BEST HAY, GRAIN, ETC.,
which U olTcrctl nt the
LOWEST MARKET RATES,
and deh.ercd free tnnny jiart of ihecitj.
Agent for the
I'ncljlc Mutual . Itiituiiinr Vu,
AgenuforthellOOVKR 1 1U LPIIONH.
Commi.ioiicr of Deeds for the State of Califurnii
TIXr.PHOXK NO 147
TTAWAUANMU LMUIXPIIONK COMPANY,
itKM'CTJOX Of HATES, i
From and after Sej 1 ember 30, i83j, the Telephone
of thin Compan) within the District uf Honolulu will be
rented at the following reduced ratei, vli J
1 or 1 Uccvof builneu $5 00 cr month.
Tor rlvate residence. ...... .....$4 00 cr month.
Pajuble quarterl in advance.
J. U ItROWN, Secretary'.
Honolulu, Sept, ?7, 1883. i6a,ni
A UOOU MiVHtSKHH VIIAACK.
A. A. MON UNO otTer for uie Id
With the Qomlwill of the Uutinet. and four etr
lea&eofthe Premise, consUtinK of Instrument, l-uml
niture, Utting, and evtrjihiny rctjujute for earning
on the busIncM together with a larfie stuck of Nea
li.e, Picture. Mali, Frames, &&. &c.
The 1 lupines U well taUihel and Is on a good
paling Lasi. and would prove a good profitable Invest
merit to the right party.
The present Proprietor' reason for wishing tudupose
of his valuable butincis U m conKlunce of having tit
portant Ranch interests wldclt require Ids rtonal
Las) Terms For iarticular pjly to
A A. MONi'ANO,
i6j 1111 Photo. Gallery, cor, King ami Fort Ht
I 1 A Ml R T ti S
' F K V T I O X ,S
I Y VOU WANT 'A fiOOI) CIICK,
IVm Hunt UiHfl WuUk,
If Yuu Want Clock or Waldi Ksiiing Done
W. TUKNKK'b" ...,....,X , Kifcd SiMsaf
BV. bUUl. ilu4 w gat (bat e Hig4, U tH
ywJ.M A. M. MftUl-, ihTm OHM. H
ILLIMOHAM h CO..
PLOWS! PLOWS! PLOWS I
To .vrlTP by the M Henry Jymts" Irom New Vorlr
ihrett nml by ml Sn FnncIo
DILLINGHAM DRP.AKINO PtOWf
lhiptowUmvIepechlfy for Sugar PUntattom
and Is covered by Patent In the Hawiiiui Kingdom
DILLINGHAM DOUDLIi PURROW PLOW,
AN specially Hihptn! to tugir plantation. Corereil
by intent in the Uniteit btnte
DILLINGHAM RICB PLOWS,
Cutting from tmhe upwards. An entirety new
etie nude from nuf own ttttrn in remetly defects.
In I ight Steel t los for rico culture, urcom! ploughing,
Ami rnnr cnlttrntton
Ihee Plo ire Ml mile by the nr1gin.it John
Deere Mollne Plow Works, the pioneer Western
plow m-umf.tt.or), nnd the hrgeft Mrel low woiks in
the world. Pur the I low of this manufacture we ire
A tirge stock of j tow of different msnufictme nnd
patterns, at lowest rate
HARROWS OF DM M.RI'.Nr PA ITIlRNS
CultttAtirsnnd Horse Hoe
Ox Voles, Hows, Ox Cliahts
Irnco Lliiiu It jisad Chain
DilTcrentlat Piitle IlIocU
HARDWARi; I OR PLAN TA I ION USU
Fodder Cut tern, Corn and Hominy Mill
Oirden nml Canil ll-trruw
Studebilcer U'ngon nnd Cnrrtigrt
LUURICATING OILS A SPICIALTV
AlU-in) Cjluuler Oil and Comoiind
KI.KOSr.Ni: OIL, In.i.nnliiiestoM.fi
Kerosene Oil Stove
American and I ngllsh Paints and Oil
'It.rpentlne, Pilnt nnd White wish Uriuhe
Valentine's nnd other Varnnhcs ,
I 'a per nnd Paper Pigs.
MAGNf SO CAI Cl I K SAr 1-S
HnrVncss 1 ire I xtinguishcr
SIILLP HARDWARP. SCALLS
House rumishtng Gooils
Ianips, Lhindehers, and lanterns
tf5T New Good convtintlj arriving.
We nim to keep cverj thing required in our hue.
to sell nt low cM ossible prices,
DILLINGHAM & CO.
16 1 -3m
TT HACKFELD & Co,
orPKR I OR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS,
Lx Hitrk C R. Itishop nnd Stcimslup LhrenfeH,
CAinsUlingin lxirt of as follows :
A Liu-go Assortment of Dry Good.,
Deulms, Brown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick
ings, Turkey Red, Merinos black and
colored, 4 qualities, Repps, Alpacas,
Cobourgi, Italian Cloth and
OKKSS . GOODS,
Clack, Croi-Kraln, Fancy, Colored and Striped
Darefre, Crepe, &c,
Sfen'n FiimIhUIhii OooiIh,
Shirts, Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim
etc , Merino and Cottou Uudershlrti, Whits
Bosom Shirts, Socks & Stockings, Cloves
llaudkcrchiefs, Poulards, a large In-
, volca of CLOTHING consisting
of Fine Black Cloth Coats and
Pants, Buckskin Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Felt,
Sacks ft Pants,
Boys Shirts, and
Children's Jackets, I.
R, Coats A Leggings, Mon
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I, C. Umbrellas
andParasots, Fancy and Travelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towi-U,
White and Fancy Quilts, Felt Rugs and Brus
sels Carpeting Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Thread.
Jill til hit M,
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy StrlpedWoolrn. two sires,
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and 4 points,
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
Genuine Kau d Lt-ltxtne. I.ul in's Ks
tram, lbilct biiaiis, Vliitutoiiic, Hair
Oil, Combs, LouUng t.Usscs, 1'iiis., 1.
K, lUlls, llarmmiliai, IIL.nl II0.1U,
llj.l Uaf, Jt.liy, (k.ld WaUh.s,
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums
EMcuilnn, Arm, Dining ruom and Parlor Chairs,
Settees, Mirrors, etc.,
Smlilln, Valf,ktn; lllrlln, Sllrruf Uulhrr,
llcinptt 1. It. I'acVing, Coal lUsVtls,
CRATES OP ASSORTUD CROCKERY.
Containing Hales, Cuin. Teaiuts, IUmlt, ChaniUrs,
. Ktc. Illsltes and lialcrs, lleinijohlis J and s
Gallons. Sample llotlles. Vases and UUvswjre, alantla
and larred koi. Cull Hags, Gunnies .Twine.
Iluilaps, Wuuljuck aiul I'srilled Saeliiig, linen llou
SUGAR ANii lUCi: HAGS
of all sliel and qualities.
Sardines la half and quarter boaes.
Salt la Jars. Castor Ofl In tins. Match.!
Cocoauut OIL Wash Wu., H. WhK. Mad,
Sl.arlo. CaadUs, 4. , and 4. H- P. fUcuIt, ,
Hubbuck-s Lln..a Palat 00, Wh. Zinc Palat,
UtrmiiH fiNil HavttHU Vlyur,
I'Ulsd war. Ruruns, I'uks, CrusIS, lu
sets, Cups, Nalki Kings, Sal.srs, tic,
Putkrl aibl liutther Knissi, Scissors, Miec. tihcars,
NtssllM, bjsiuui. rdsbfiurs, tMlsanlffd llauns,
IIomu Irun, keg Kivciir lUuiuwrv VcIImw
alstal and Couipowliu Nails, Clarussrs
IUUUii Ucial,ibugr Coulsis, Iruc
Fkt Clay, BUcksssJs Coal, Fl. BrUks, TlUs
Eofty BarrtOs, Oak BoaU, c.
(tnWs bum lU uU Isluals carsAdlr autndsj I
UCUIPlltM)SMJa all eWxa far Cunian
a4 kal 1
1 isiwimllww as R.p. IMKUMT1.
L Ja"JP' HawMMsTA-aT
COR SAN FrtANCISCO
Tin: s.s. "MAinrosj"
WUIIesse for the alwte poll on MONDAV the ijlh
- Instsnt, at is o'clock NOON.
Tor freight or passagt,.Apty to
1 83 W 0 IRWiN Co., Agents,
pOR SAN FRANCISCO
1 he fine lUrlceiifcne
ir. n. iH.mkYis,
HOUtll.l n Ma.ter
Onlok Dlspntch for tho Above Port.
For frfnht or rssssAje, spply to -.
tj W 0. IRWIN A LU, Agents.
POR SAN FRANCISCO
I lie Itarkentine I
r. i,i. At
IIOWT. . .... Master
Qulolc Dlxpnlrh fur tlm Aonvn Port
or freight or vtsSai;e, A ly tit
6 U lltlllWIlK ft Co., Agentt.
poti SAN rRANCISCO.
. v. Mini 11 a r,
UNiimnooiii...... ,,,., Msiter
Quick Dlainoh for tho Abovo Port.
Tor frright or wiss.sge, a ly to
161 V A. SCIIACIFU & Ci, Aeents.
pOR HONGKONG DIRECT.
rlhe fine Chj per Italic
Will hare ilespilch fur lhe almve t on or aluul tli.
Tor freight or le-issage, ripply lo
Oclolirr 4th, 133. l6j.jt
XCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
'Hie New and l legsnt Sleamshiis
MAHIVOSA nui ALAMEDA
Will letve Horinttilu nd fein KrantUco a folloni !
MARtfvnA .Sin FnncUco, Ot-toUr tit
MARimA . Ilonohihi, October ijth Noon
Ala m kih San I rnncico, Ottooer 15th
Alamxda Honolulu. November ift Noon
I'it4cn!crs mi j have their nimes Itookml In advnnca
h) npjUingat thaoiTicetf ihcflKentH.
Mcrchindi4e intentled for nhipment by this line, will
be reenved frre of ntomt;e In the company! new ware
hou, and rrrrlt inctl for tMnw Innunnce on
merchindiM!, whilst in the wirthouw. will be .tt owntr'
. 155 WILLIAM G IRWIN & Co , Agent.
pACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
lhe Sflendid Slcamthtp
virr or smxnr,
For San Francisco About Oct. Slat
Passengers will pleste Call al the orTice 6f
IS li- IIACKFI.I.l) i CO , Agents.
POR SYpNEY Via AUCKLAND.
llio Siplemliit bteamship
WKIIIIKR , Commander
WILL LLAVK llltKOLULV
On or About . . October 28tk
We are now prepared to imif tt.kcls to Sin hwn
ciwoaiwl return for $195, the round trip.
(.oods for thipnient jr Mranter can mw Im htoredi
free of c barer, in the tire proof warehouse near tlw
For frciubt ur patiAge, ap y to
154 H IIACKH.LI) ft Co., Axcntf.
TEW YORK aud
Honolulu Packet Idne.
MUbSRh. W II. CROSSMAN k IIRO.,
77 AND 79 UkOAtlHTHKUT. NkW OKK
ill tltt pal J a firit claw cstl
From Now York Direct to Honolulu.
IN ALU OCTOhKR.
I'arlUtdet.rinc toOiip by thl line will du well lo
forward wdcr hy thit mail, and ht MariiMiM
156-tf CA&lLi: At COOKK, Agentt.
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
LINE OK STKAMKK&
Ratks 1 ..., .,,, Cuwnui.de
Will run ruUily for KONA ami KAU.
Leaves Honolulu at 4 P. M.t
'I U'hUy November ao
l-ruUv . yj
'Itiekda). Occcmbcr 11
iridA)-. ... M (
Antve at Honolulu At 5 p.m.
October 1 6
No ember tf
Thv V. It. JllHMojt,
Cameron coinmandssr. Iraveft Honolulu mvmwv Umn
dayatp.111. for Nawihwlli, Kuto. Kltele. tuul Wal-
m. rvAUMt. i.i; ui ni i)$ icuvc nawiuwui every
riiudir siviiiiih 4
Tho JameM Mukee,
MrIonaM cuininandcr, las fHorwMu firt
lng leaves Kauai every Mwulay at . ism., and to4sb'
lug al Walana. huh wajs, l6l'.
A FRANK COOKb,
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