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Amongat the voucher of the ccr) and itcioinpaiiyinR voucher, which were
i,i,!-ci,Mtlnin under Hid control f lli , audited liv tin- Audltor-Of nernl.
I'lcaliient of llio B-iard of Health ""'I
Die following I
Msvirn (viinniilnl 1ilTrtler and
Mel Mi l-rlhlliia ana mttnvm.
t:t Jt J
fur two iiiomiIi rent of
in on I twrt
LmM rhwlil utihitfo ami tuitiilhtl Hire
fur the Mitermf t liarlij- II. J5
I ttlor giiliiif careruiiy over inn rcinaiiiuiK
L'..nl...a ..f tin, it,,,,,,, fAAf IMIflfltlaihf ll
to ataUi tint. In imr opinion, a morn ininiii
gent dlahurnemcnt of the lllwml appropria
tion" placed at lite ilUiMill of lb lloanl
wunlil have, ronlled In (treattr Hood to tin,
aoiim hi iHMIiiliAIIfii.
.', V",,- llll' ..-... -. w ... --.--.- -
Ilos-ou t.r May 31. IBIt
linn UnDrRET llnotvji, Chairman Flnaim
f imiimiuttac Hawaiian tesrlslillve Aa-
Mil. Having I"!ii nriWril by job to i-x
amine in tu Ilia ati'minti of tlif ll'-anl of Im
iiilnritnitf for Hie past fiscal jrnar. say April
lai, lSi, t April ll. IHSt. I hate In n
port biTing ilon o, anil placn tin follow
iiiK be fori) jrnil a llifl lomill of my exiimn
Tho p rnpriatlun atioiinl had placed 1"
lit rrf-illt the mini f t'tW.IM), of wlileh haa
Urn uxfcmlcil SI7.I,DVI UJ, U-nvliiK iiiim
penile i a lyiilaiir i nf tlfi !H9 '.IS.
Tho mil nf SJOU.iiIiO In at lli illnpiwlllon
of thr President nf Hi" lloitnl nf Imiiilgia
tlmii whuUiilno tbe.Miriliternf Hit Interior.
An account lunik, ulykil tin- Detail
Honk ' ii If inliiK till apriipiialliiii nc
ettiiut waa nlarcil before mo Willi a tmckaKe
nf voutliira. Tlic account ami vouchor
were illy einlnlrml, ml I imw mile aiuiie
matter connected tli Willi
Tim eiiics of lui ('fiiniiilloii(r ariil
tu Lnuduii In nriuyf.i) for a c-u llimnt Ion nl
PurliigiHto liiiiiiliy.illnu aee.ni to hat bet-u
rnraro.l liy a ilr't fur X',011, Jan. 21, 1KSJ,
and another dri fur tMII, .Marrli :ll, 1KHJ
and an artimn fur J'iV.I Ui fur caMi'ttraina.
all nf wlili'li uTciiiuitr am duly nlullliil, n
Iitlnoi, bfit I wan laicr mi In my Invcali-
hfitii y roiicher for Si.DIIO liiiirn
rl to (In. lli(cr (rum a fund
'ri.Au,t mntlfr atlrnititu tov attention
waa rouclmr Nh. .1,037 for $2,.VK), drawn l)
"Walter M. (Hlmoii," apnrorrd hy "Choa
, T Onllck, Mlnialor of the Inteiior," audited
Ttur. ID. IBM.'I. liy "J. 8, Walker, Auditoi
General," paid Not. 20, IBM, for n-inrH
of liuiulitrilion (liinimliialuiiura, oy reuin
lion c tjaoiuiit i;otinnei oi wcioir .um,
Itifn. for whieli theiu i no detail nf ex
penditure. Alan voucher No. :II2J for jG,?Q0, drawn
by "Waller M. 01hnon,"approyfd hv"f,'ha,
T. (lullck, Mliilatrr of thf Interior," audit
hnaJ, H. Walker, Andllur-uciifral,"
IUCI ti.v vtntt.h ft,,,,,!
"iloii Bf ninilmloncira, hy resolution of
HJVw'otWoiiiicll, Ootohei ,11, 183-1, for
i lr-i fKu wa" no detail of exifiidltiire.
"! vJPPir No. 8903 fo$i,SSJ 65 di ami
, MfalM-r M. Olhaoii," approTiil lit
ViPVimT. Clliliek, Mliilater of Interior,''
.JWI by "J. H. Walker. Atulitor-Oen.
eiai. i." -", .,. in r.-'."'"i
, r-IFwWlJi expemtea "rnreiKii i.niiKrmiuu
W. .. "' . J III. m iinl.. It,,., vn,in1,.rrf trt l
Ainlf',1 ,'', i ..'...;. i ..r in
nliCU JIIBHUIK t"Lii mi mi vi vt
'l'ho becretiir of the I'urelKn Ofllco after
ward Informed me lint tho hllla for nhloli
tliofb voucher worn drawn weiu In Ida de
"1 pirtuiflit mul would bo put Into my hund-i.
,lhna rolla of vouchor were put In my
tun.li to repn'nent the drafta fur $13,582 IB.
l-.ir vniiefivr N'o. 3917 muee ntlilK-.4i.IJO
Halarv Wik-cUI i;oim. to Wualilniltiin, U. LV 1 1,510 J
l:il,rni llolon KxlHlll"ll Ill
Hula. of ('. I. Inuki'ii,... ... ... sen o
Haiurvof 1". I,, iluik.. mo i
I'alil Kluanre IliparUiirnt tu lull, ovi r.
draft on Appioprlul'iii for . Foreticii
or lonelier o 3I1J ifpriwotlnff .11,-uii
eUry.4ara um, tu Wathlmiton, Ii. 0..(S.Ms 00
. rxenn r.oston Kxpohlilon UI i
alary nl C. I', laukea.. . . .. 1,000 Oil
urr oi r. i i. i-irke ana rnia ...... on-, ...
k.,.. .. . ,- - 1-1. .....
rjjb., fr Miiwum -' ""
. .t r in n. . a ,ii, i.i, ii iiiuiii in I'ui
per fur rnt lrli.
I 0,l(l WahoilM In, pl,.'ii
,r a,m II
"f-c. I ali II ilepultit
I'or voucher No. Tiu ret.riojil'B l,"i M
V 1. Uukfn'ailrafl frtiui NnpliH f
C. I'- laukeVa draft from Inuluiu
O. I' luuk ii'h draft friuii 1'urla
lleruiulil tu Mr, (lib-Mill uver m jueut on
loimelier 3u.1T .. '
Am l rfoelved,
Hj.vnt at ubu e
Tills detalltd account
Oftli-a, corrtoled, ahowa:
from the 1'oreiRii
AvaUaof 51. IIUiHUUNdruft No. 1037
I, ,. ,, "I ' IJJ.,
Ilvtrpal.1 on nn omit ilrnft Nu, 3037
i . 1 M
Kal.l out au't draft Nu. 3U17 .',VI7 41
I'akl wit ai-'t ilraft Nu. 3I- 3,IMII
l,rKillviti,r'l ilrnfl ,S'o.3i:: . Oil II
Id ullt ae't draft Mi 190.1 ... 1,U K
Iilled per ae't iliaft No 'J-JiH 1,41 1tllil M
llalancf auiuuiil not act' fnr-
..) 01 Vi
Theattniitloii of the Kiirtlari of tho For
ign Otlico mi called In tliia amount,
I'JJ VI, not accouulod for. Thu Secretary
aiulaiuud that thu amount noted at do-
poaied wero in ail envelope in the lmpda uf
th Ilegiatrar of I'ublio Account, a a
Th Ilegiatrar of public account being
waited upon, aahl that bo had an envelope
containing voucher and money, which,
Upomiamluallun, allowed a follow:
Voucher Mav 12110 ilftutlf for.
.1 an a;
Voucher Ma)' 13- no dcrMU fur
Vuutflier May 33 -nu detail fur.
Tin ae 1 nileliera are nut uudlted.
Tout amuunt tu enielupe . (1,183 37
Th next Tuuchor calllu tor atteutluu
U numbered 3..19J fur Sl87,ll3, 7A, op
proved by "Chaa. T. (lullck, MluUtor of
Interior," and paid lo Me.ir. W U. Irwin
A Co. January ilth, ISS 1. but nut audittd
by the Audllor-tleneral until March 3Ut,
Tu aeveral account reprutd by tlita
Toucher bad Intn In the ilelmrlmeut, hut
u could uut ba found and a copy wa up-
plld, uiakiug tlio rouciicra compieie,
Thla ilulahet the coiiilderailnu of the an
iiroprUtlou account for llncouragement of
muilgratlon. The account la, lioviever
ild open, awaltlug (be promlicd voucher
to complel tlieontry of Toucher No. 3.V05
In tho baudi of Iho Mlultterof Foreign Af
tain, A letter of credit in favor uf the
C!imil!loil tn Japan for $11,000, of which
hill iS.OOO aecm lo haw been drawn Nov.
Mth, lSb2, U till uiuettled, a no detail
of lie expoudltute lia t-v-n placed on (lie.
Till credit dnui tint, however, repicient
II the (nnd nude avulUhle fur tliU Com
wlaaUn, aa will be howti later on in thu
A (he HUina collected from plnuter
akd otbeta for p-ismige mid ailvmjcr tn
l'ortuueae laboiem did not appear In
the book of accouul of th Interior l)e-
rtuient, appUoatioli waa made at Ihi-
c of the Itu.-istrnr of I'ubllQ Account
nacertiilu wlietlicr the lim thua col-
ctrd had bll plai'td to (lie credit of
i-eouut hi ''UoTcriirueut Uenllaillotn."
he ltetzialiar leldvltig tUa( he kuew
nlliln of any uoh aum, thu Depart'
euloftha Interior waa agaiu uindled o
aud the Secretary "I M" U".ril of ImmU
t'ur.ilmi liiforiued tun that ha hud not
nily mud (he colUclloua, but had ulo
ilil,url tlin lor aicouut oi uio huiiii,
ml iteeiitd (or examination nti accouul
mrteutwlth rnch of th-vU bringing
Thu flr.-t matter examined in" thla von.
Mellon wa.1 the table cf arrixal of a-iid
ltuuiiravuli bioh gale a remilt an mail
dly t larlaLoe with other menu of In-
- fornutlOB lU it clo exuiuluatlou na
Ulade, with tbe yean It tuat an rrroi n
dunit in the luconjJl of the- 8, r. Iliti.
Wo' iiaaneiigtr' lift, 1 whili 133 uieu.
Ill women. 81 minor. 151 cUil'lteu and
31 lulauu, utotultf 53miiW, were loll
it nl IU juvnniiu, (li gruiHi toiai oeiua
iciiowa; i,oifti uiii, i,ai i wuiuvm, ..
uoia, V'.loti chlldlull and 315 lulallt.;
lOd total, H.ltW.
Application waa (bell liuile fur thr
ita 01 account rout-nuiuu ine iiuu-
iotx ot th Hoard of liuiuigratlou, and
UrtllUK lulily waa uiadv Uial un
ka of avaauuut wera Kent: IhW th
It aviduc ot uch tiauaailiou wa
'( Itiikft. ouA4 aul i( JoiiruaJ
Pw 4Hftnl to tnuiiKvr ironi a nimi in um iihimi
Kr til rtcrftl of the Hoard of llmnlura
'ft Ion, tu wiyTh I ahall ugi'ln refer In full,
Itliia niiic'liff liail not heen nlnliifd, iiiakiuK
',', Ja total AiiintBt of Vll.Sj'J nj p.il.l tu Ihla of
f flcrr Mlhonl ilftullfd nccoinit of e'ndi
ill 6vVld o "Walter M. Olbumi," for
,k JTU" iKtalled voucher could ho np
-jtJly thocIcrW of the Interior UepMI-
il, although ilraiwi BKallmt an appropriu
tioilfor that departineiil
Theiie Irnlinnctlfilin cover (lie eolleetion
of two hundred ami nlim tbonwitid (wo
hundred anil eighty-edit ibillnr and ,
....I.. ,,. iWliJi,n l"l mid tie I a-
hiiramiienl n( one. hundred and aetonty
,ananiiil nd Iwenly-tno dollara rttnl
nliietv-ait o'til iTi,mi uuj without tne
wnrrnnta of tint Apirnpilitinn Act, mid,
in illrt'Ct upjiimltliili til llif Urina nf ".ml
Art In trail nix llin rrcellil, rnatnny nun
iimllrrH of linnliifH cmi
iifcti'il with tlif cnllbctliiu' nml ililmralnu
nf iheai' aliina of iiiimi.y. innlfr lha tcrlmr
Inalrmlinii rerilviMl from llir .Mhilntt-r of !
I lie Interior, wlm wna fvnlllclo ln xiil"ii t '
of thf llimiil of IlliliilRtilllnii; Unit tlirf
only iiii.ftliitjn of tills lliinnl werf lirlil ( l i
An i!l. Mi. Vi) Hept. 'U, Wl. l.'IJ
Oct. SI. IBHi (I) May 7, 181.1, (5) life
II, IHH'I, Bilirn ulilch Iiiiib mi lili'fllliK
Iiuvb liefii liclilj Unit llir rironW of tlim" j
nifftlliK' do lint almw Hint Hum' lii.'iiny
Iriinaiictlana nfro criimidfrtil ly 1 1 1 c I
llourd, Mild, llifrffnrf, could mil Imva I
lind llio niitliuriiillnn of tln llonril, !
Tim nrcoiinla curiflil with llin aoverii' I
vff la weru piaimneil nnd coinpiiri'd i
villi! vinicliera, nlnl llie fnllottlliK tnlilu I
,'uinpllfit tliorcfrniii. j
9 S8 2Z I I
M iiK Mi
JU (MUlMf J"'
I 'k1llHJlHi!Ut !
I H.1 HIMtl-n ll)'l
'UonlK jl o.M ;8 !
i T: sl,
'il.niio.vA J ')! ' S
.v . ! r
'S t' i .S.i
ii, . r. ji t
The rxpeimt's of binding tho pniieii;eri
mid lUKiPWe, ""'I c.iniiK for tho people,
illrTerlnii an frf-illy in the aoveral VfBela,
it may be well to tubulate the ilgurr in
order tlmt you tuny be helped to n proper
underHtiindlug of tho point Bini((lit to be
una or ip IMlu 0 iiioii.jk, Klnl lOprn.i .n., .,..-.. ..,-. JV'Vr, ',,,.:;;,
vi.1 fnr tli unlit of ntioliii MBrmilitii." I ,,f Imniixralloii, Ii"(iik delalh-d with urat
vie inr tli i milt oi "''' '""!;""' tAr ,) ,,t rou.rlf iitlniimica.
lif iiiK chaplir -a of llio Iwh nl bS.. T , f , p,,,,,,,,,,,.,,. immi
'if Sfctr ty of llif lloiwd anH UihI i ','" ,, ,, I,' ,. . ....n.r . i,,.
1 U . tiii
Whm'I unit Pretl. -i"S..iu . .c'-ov
dent Hoard of Iui- 3 .C 3'v 5 g -z
iiilxriitlou a.an" c is s
-li'i "I 31 ii
S ! !j t! S5 B3.
v 2.- P"
L'la. Clt t'W 11.1) s
V. N.ArriMtroinr. X 37J, 13,'f ... 13
W. K. I'iuil ia 1 '13
lliiuta , ( l.t
J. K llmli . p " ''' ill I" I"
J. K. lliltU 121 3 H IS Oo'il 13 13
. UiiiIi. .,
I", T. Ilullck...
Tho cost of landing thu pii4onger and
their lnggugo from S. S. Abergelilio uud
Hnnkow wu 2S and 33 cents respei lively.
Toiidcra wero made to laud the people
and their liigRuge fioui these. vosili for
tho aum of tell cents per paaaungrt, but
for aonio reaauii tho temleiM wero ignored.
The coat of preparing tlm contractu
depended entirely upou the peruana to
whom thu job vviih allotted, l'urtics nut
iddo of the Uuveruineut Houau wcie paid
ill ouo iiihtnuco 8 cent a copy, nnd In
another to colli, while parties connected
with tlm department wero paid 2'i and
XJbi ceniH ner mm.
the eliarge tor uxpre iiiro wore lor car
riage of thu hecrutary of thu 'Hoard of Immi
gration su far a the voucher ahow, while
thu lunches were fnr the aaiue oRlclal and hi
Urayage charge foi the S, S. "Abergul
diu" and "Hankow" were double rate foi
day ami night worh.
Tim cott ot Immigrant tn Ibe Hoard b)
the "Hell ltuok"a nude up by therlccmtaiy
of the Hoard of Immigration, wa IC per
uapiu. Thu ligure for the other vemeh hail
not In en inado up.
The Secretary ot the Hoard of Inunlgiation
mi called upou for the.iaah balaucu in hi
hand, a per tablo A, and promoted in lieu
therecf, Kfveral roll of voucher rcpreaeut
iug atlll further exiwuditurBofmoiiir which
by Seuliou i of the Aiidiior'aAatahouldhaiO
licen covered into theTrcaauiy.
It will be nbicrvi'd that the trainfer
hereinbefore net forth have leon not only
from ami tu account In one department, an
act pcnniuiblct under former appiopriatiou
Act, but pmpoxly omitted InlheAutof
1HS2; hut llicro have alo Ueu lraiifer
from accounla In uiieilepailmont to account
ill auothoi deiartment and for widely dltler
uut puriiu. Tbe moat notable lualaiici ot
llirau mint Irregular and uunarraiitable
trauafera will I fuund in the time hihu
taken from thu fund III tho hmd uf the
lloanl of Immigration by tho MluUter of
foreign Affair, to which your attention I
The vouchiia now presented tu ine for
examination, had not been audittd, although
the Audltur-Oeuoral'a attention had beu
called lo them at tlia rlue aof the flaeal
ported. I wa lufnruied that the Auditor
(leneral wa aware of the collection of
money by tho Secretary id the Hoard of 'Im
migration and of it diabun-eineut, and It li
prtiatuuable that he wa acquainted with tho
pr.iTliloiu ot the Act creating Ida oftk" ; bnt
fur aomu iauu, which he may be able to
explain, (he hccrelary ot tlm Hoard of Iiu
migration waa neiei ordered lo rover tho
nione) tutu tiie 'ircaaury. rue ,-H'crciary oi
tho Hoaid alao ataie thai he wa never
called uihiu tu make i uuarterl.v
or any other exhibit to the Auditor
0iicrl, or for thai matter to any other
otllcer. Hv al.o a,va lhat "th jfuci-ouut
curreut wldch were plaod ln.my baud
mi made up within the pat quarter from
111 meuiorauda which had U-efi accumu
lating duriim the lUcal iwrlod . thai tho
dlbiircraoiit now under comnUrratloii
were authorised by tho l'ieldul of thu
Hoard of Immigration, holding otlico a. foi
Ilia r.tcelleiicy H. K, Kaol, from May
Z(Ml to AURilat 8th, IM'J.
Ilii r.xcellency J. K. lluah, Irom Auguat
ath. IMC.', to July Stltli, 18.S3.
Hi l'.ivelleucy W. M Ulbaon, from
Jul 'JTtli n Augii.t 5th, lr3. ,jf
IIU i:iclleney C. T. (lullck,. from
Aiijii.I Clh, 18.SJ uow- in ofllc.
Theaa voucher bavo been examine,!
und cl iilM for !h purpose of ahnvvtiig
(he object fur which tho money w a ex
pended Tho ouly uieril Iheao expendi
ture have U that they are mostly fur pur
K,seg esmuected with ill lluttaii uf Im
ItHMruUWIkurtlul ImnllimOoie. ..I aja t
I-Uwiikat,uiuiuk,i to J.I1MHI.. 3t uo
KlpeliM-allvrniall Imuilaralkiil 337 M
fruirellmulKoulhfVii t.lanl.r 1,1 It S3
Klir a foruujurw luiiiileratlull .h 11,107 31
bUUry ot JUftmctor-clriHrsl ol linuilcra-
ikui .. - . . ,VSi Ou
I rave lima r.rur iuMiwr-eisiviai m
lullliUieilluti , M - w-. 7 M
KXrow- NurweaUu IniibUrauu 17 14
11,-palr.. vie-, luuukfralWu liol !, M
I'ululiuia. Tlula, U.' at I tie IWimii. a M
Hilary Ke'iirtar io,u-,tut luiiuta-raUJuoM. 1.374 eu
btuiMtiienr tiniiiwrauu ...., ir w
lUiurn ot Huutn he Itiauden. ......... t.aui tu
COuiiuUidMeE' ill rVuuifuw. Ituiiilarailua 34SS) ikj
Jluuilrj .Jiaattar . ,,.M.j "--5 l
Tho Iti'tn of l!xp!nea Unmmlaalnner to
Jimii. Jtil. it made tip of niadn up nf
nullify ndane"d tn Ilia ntcpllenoy .f. .'I
Hi-iia. J IfKI upon hH h.iri rrn-lpt. and to
tlullnn. f I.. Iiaiilnknii JWO. upon a llku
rerrlpt, IkiIIi (MTiiiMtt liolim iiitil lipin thf
JJInl rifptunilwr. I'2. thn Inline l for 't
pif dim of llii l'onuniaiiniira and Ilia
Ktrelleiii-y lli l'rflilnt of (In- Hoard nf
fmnilKratlon of that ik-noiI.
Tim rioiiiil prinwiilril hf and paid In II. f
Prnlrctiir nf Iho Month H'.h Marnlera arn in
hiarVfil contraat to tho-e piiafiifod ly ollifr
,l i,fi flll.lll7.ril. la a re
IiiK a willful ilUfeganl nf tlm teriu Of uie
iidllor'a Act and of the Appropriation Act.
In tlif flrat Imlanro till money ahnuld hTn
eutiirid Into Ihu Ttmniiry and not made
arallablo for dlahuraeiiiout. Ill III- nt
plaef Ih- Appropriation Act contained an
unrxriiclnl halanee aiilliciflit to meet the
tltift Tlda Item waa for draft drawn npnn
lli Hoard by Mr. HolTininif for jCI.ikhI- to
S2'),(KKI, to which were added charKfl fur
cmniuiiniK ami expenin of rcillfotiona,
aniunullin! In J72I 20 maklm; tntal of
(20,73120, A will I Mtti by rffircinf In
lis Ural page of my ifirt thf appioprla
tlnn for llncnitraKf inent of Iiiinilgiatlon had
at tho cloxi uf Iho ll.eal ix-rlml a lialanee of
i2!l. II to which till item nf 20,721.20
wa rliflilly eharueiiblo, but fnr nuio tin
esplalmd ria,in nr pnrHio the Hem wa
kflllcd by an HlfKil p.iymnl of SI 1,107. ill
out of tho fund In the liamla of tlm Hmc
tarr of the Hoard of Immigration, and the
braiieinif O.KHIC'I wa proiorly eharid up
In the Appioprlatlnn Acinuiil.
'I I o Item for traveling o,eii"e of Ihf In-peetor-neneral
of Imiiilnranta, JHH7, l
nuaitiely expiaiiint ny vnnriinia; one ne
litlf fnr f?iniea of In.etor (leneral and
itna Mervatit S.00. ami another f, r exlJlliieN
. ..-.I.- .1 .!.. ... llin I i HI IliM llilir.l
I of the Iiinelor and two lu-rTaut. liU.W),
Tim III m fur Ctinimiaalouer of i'lirtiiKuma
, ImmlKrallnu, 2,WK), wu paid In the Com
, iiilaalniier a shown by hi voucher: but for
i what purpoKO and why not Included in the
clittritHliefoio alluded to and charged tn the
' rifguUr appropriation account la net ex
I The balance which ahnuld have been in
I thehamlaof the Secretary at thla timr I
the dim rente llween
illatnoii. Rlvm In Tnl.le A . , T7,M.I in
Ami inyuientiu ier'lHl,le ( . .. 33,137 5
fir hl.uue of .. .) 3.IJ1 90
I WIikii the Secntiiy of the Hoard of lniml
I ((ration waa again naked for the balance of
I cull in Id hand, ho pafd oiar
i receipt from Miaara. Irwin .(. (Jo. for
j1,:181.0H for eiah reculved by them for on
count of nilvnnrei mi aceoiint nf l'orlngueo
Iininlgratlou modo by .1, I), Ktirecknla A
, Hro. In Han rranclco, which .Mer.
' Irwin A Co, duly account for in the Ir ac-
1 count current.
I The Sicretaiy explained that i wa the
balance of caab remaining in Id hand
, which he waa initructed In ny over tn
Meaar. Irwin ,V Co., and which lei,enul by
o much the draft prupurly made ui-on the
regular appropriation account fnr " lln
ciiiirngeiueiit of Immigration" in nettlf
ineut with Jfoir. Irwin A Co. Your atten
tlon iaaaked tnthc balauie caab in th Mc-
I rotary' hand, $ll,SSM 08, and the balance
I which hi account alum a, $fl,(23.SKI, or an
' execa of cihIi ,",902.18, for which exce the
Htcrotary frankly aaid ho could give no (x-
' tdaiiatloii, and which ho wa nut awaie ex-
Uted until after the payment to Slesur.
Irwin A Co., when be made up 111 account.
He alMiaiil that he hud checked back Ida
aecnuuta but could not find Iho error.
I'rnin tho Htatetuent iiiudo to tho Assem
bly it would nppcnr that the total coat for
"EiKniirngement of Immigration" una
Sl"3,or,(l O'J; but tn thin sum should lie
lidded the mini of collection!) accounted
for by the Secretary of the Hoard of liu
iiiiyriitiou nnd (lie aum of cukIi In exccai,
ItPKUlur Arproprlatlon Account I73iVI 03
CuUfUluti, Secrelury uf Uourd, l.ee
TuWe A - !0J,;n II
(uli In exec... . ....... 5,o2 I
Total Kxpendll'lte .. .1"JV,21 33
As the limit which could be lawfully ex
pended under tlm Appro(riation Act vriiH
but $000,1)00, it foi Iowa that there has
been nu illegnl expenditure of 188,
2113 32, fur whiih indemnity should Iiu
sought by the Mlnittry.
The faclu herein shown, that the aum
of $21o".l3 30 has been colli eltd uud
disbursed by the Hoard of Immigration,
und this without books of accounts, uud
that bo hns vouchers fnr 35,!'ft2 It) over
and above nny record ot collections,
would seem to justify the placing of the
muss of Ioobo papers, tepri'seming tho
trnnuctions nf the Hoard for the tlscnl
period just closed, in tho hands of a
spiclnl commission for exnuiinatiou nnd
verification. Any person conversant with
accounts will at once receguize tho liu
piobability tlmt Iho exoess of $,),0tl2 18
covers the ouly erior in handling such
large suuia of money ovor u period of two
.1. O. CAllTkK,
l'llISTING. ADVERTISINH, UTC.
The numerous nnd Inigo paymeuts tn
tho owners ot the P. C. AuVKiiTiarii uud
Jiltlc for subscriptions, printing aud ad
verliHiugaMlracled the nttention of tho
Committee cully in thu course ot their in
vestigations, and led them to note the
amounts, although all nf the sums thus
expended wero nut noted bj the Commit
tee. The items which they did note
amounted tu so large u sum, that we
deemed it important that attention
should bo directed to the matter. And to
do un injustice we havo obtained from thu
otlico ot thujnu'uikm UmctCe aim ixit
unlay Pre the total amounts paid
them by the Hawaiian Uovermueut dur
ing (he period, uud present the following
I'aLI to V. ('. Adverllur nod I- let' (11,10 a:
Tutd Ilawullau Catena Vlar.al,
1131, to Mar. 31, IIM.prlnllnir
anil udvertllulf... ,. f-,13 I'J
On account of euutrai Ifor print
In Civil fude , 1.4.10 0
1 1,1113 03
kiatonlay Trea. t ., ...... 713 3
Von r Committe.i beg to atate that they
submit their lloport to thu Honorable
lloue, with a folding that It does not
eovt rail the transactions of the Govern
ment that require iuTcstigatiou, but the
tusk of Making a more thorough and
searching scrutiuy would have consumed
su much time that they have concluded
to rc-kt hero.
Atteuttou i colled to tbe- report of Mr.
J, O. Curtur, on the Hoard of Immigra
tion, which Is a very careful and Impar
tial statement of the nny in which Gov
ernment InuiuesH U managed, und your
Committee would reeniamend thut a
special committee of experts he appointed
to thoroughly investigate nil transaction
of the Hoard; the fact that tho cash
t oyer iu the largo sum ot $5,9G2 IS
showing 'conclusively that gnat irregu
larity must exist.
Cior.rm.r Uiuiwn, Chairman,
WlLMXM O. SUtlH,
V. E. Bowat i..
Honolulu, June 18th, 1844.
The public must not loc sight of the
fact that if eery charge of the finance
committee could he disproved -and
not one stnous chaige has been ex
plained away there would still be
eiioughtiji the (iibon policy (o comict
yi'Vp plead precedent as excuse for
l-iolation of the plant letter of the
lvv; U to plead the baby act-and that
is about all Mr. Gibson and Mr. Gulick
Ime !o far done in their answers to
the indictment of the finance com
mittee. It U comphmeut.iiy to the keen le
gal intelligence uf the attorney general
that he should luxe been the first of
his rollcgucs to recognize the palable
fact that the report of the finance
committee wru an indictment of the
A group of Liberal mciuliert of the lhitish
I'jilunient luve notiliol ULutstoue of their
intention to tote again the Gov eminent if It
I au.lMAjg, III rii,servi feiilUMV 1117 IMIV1IIUU
T- a,iasM. nwi V s ,1U
Ilrutnrhirtn llrpnrt ( II" Hn'il l of llniltl,
Inr Ulfntmtt I'rrlwl ritilliirr
Mnrrh .11. I SHI.
PtilTUR S,trt RHAV I'ltrs ir Pliink the
lollowftig anJl)li is nettled for a ttionnigh
undrrit.imllng nf the 'Itepmt of thelkmd of
I. Notice the in'rea-ed ii of the prncnt
report (I ft xvi). at compared with report for
wr!od ending SS3(0( pagea), which again
wat a great advanee on tewrt for pitnl end
ing 1878(11. fMRfM -
1. Thii Incrraie 'In !rc ! owing to a teal
Increase in the numUr of agent employed b)
the Ixiard oflieallh, ataliown more clearly tn
appendix (, from which wc tec thai the nunt
ber nf qiulifieil p)i)ilciini employed liy the
board ln been trebled during the but two
J. C'oinpnring the llt of government phjl
riani wllh the nuuiher of icsirt, we notice
thai tcvcral of llieni have not kh any contri
bution lo lhe biennial fc it of the boanl. It
ii to be hoped that at the end of lhe Kril on
which we have just entered alt will send In
their rcpnru earlier than aome of thrm appear
tn have done,
4. While the rcioil of the president give a
nummary of all that hat been done by the
Issird or ill agent in their several department,
naturally the gte.ilekt attention is paid therein
In what ha already bctti done for them.
Attention is also called to the microscopic
inveitigalions now being carried on at Kaka-j
ako hy Doctor Amlng, and lo the settlement
of the sitters as nurses at Kakaako and Wal
5. 'I he- question raised by (he cate nf the
.Madras last teat aie out) touched on in the
rcHirl, being full) illtcutteil in the rc)Kift of
the minister of foreign affairs. Hut I am glad
lh.it the "quarantine regulations," formerly
often cnnllicling with each other, have been
carefully revised and simplified ; and also that
by the completion of the wharf and landing
atagc, pcrtont undergoing quarantine on the
reef can now land Ihcie without wailing
through the water Inr three or lour numireu
6. The triple repoit of Mr. l'itch it very
condensed, in fact so condensed that "mans,
minor ioint of service escape the record," at
he himself javs. We should like lo know
what these " minor minis" are, If he considers
as major points the digusling references with
which his report it spiced. Mr. I itch strongly
advocates segregation as the proper method of
dealing with lepers i but verv contittcntlj
after referring to the Incoinplctenest of segre
gUion as at pietcnt carried out he suggests
uniting the charms of Kakaako and Molokai
at "a suitable plare, not less than five not
more than ten miles from Honolulu." Why
aoes he "bcliete ever) leper should lie segre
gated," if lie does "not believe leprosy a con-
tagious or infcctioui disease ? "If leprosy is not
transmissible, how does he account for the fact
that a disease at first appearing in only one
person has now come to attack hundreds?
How did it ever become the " dtead scourge "
that he sajs it has become?
7. The rcisirt of Doctor Stallard and Mr.
Me)cr require to be taken together, in order to
make sonic nf the statements contained in them
intelligible. Mr. Me)crwho has been super
intendent of the leper settlement for many
)cais, replies fully to the separate charges of
neglect brought against him by Doctor Stal
lard, and clearly shows how that gentleman
wrote from imulTicicnt knowledge or has pur
iocly misled the reader by his words.
S. Comparing the reports of ,AIr. Tilch,
Doctor Stallard, Mr. Meter and Mr. Van
(licscn, Ibe following facts clearly appear
(I) That the leper settlement, the branch
hospital and the dispensary but cspeciillv "the
two lormer are uaoiy t-uppueu who 111c mui
necessary surgical instruments. Who it answer
able for this nrglcci if not the "ph)ician
and surgeon '' who should need these instru
ments (tail) in his work ?
(2) That the reports nnde to his superiors,
the board of health, by the same gentleman,
ought to be carefully and accurately compiled
as separate and distinct reports, and not slur
red over as they evidently have been.
(3) That if. Mr. Kitt.lt, with his three appoint
ments finds himself alw.i)s under "such a
press of work" that he cannot do justice to
any one of the three, he should be relieved of
part of his burdens.
(4) This might be done by placing a resi
dent ph)sician on Molokai, to attend to the
whole island. Abo, by placing the hospital
now at Kakaiko under a separate physician
(Doctor Anting?) making proper separation
IsMwcen the sexes and the degrees of disease.
9. The correspondence of .Mr. Gilison with
Doctor Hillebrand (pages ixi, etc.), explain
the objects of the investigations now lieing
carried on by Doctor Aining, while Disitor
A, report shows how far that gentleman hat
10. From the reports of the resident district
ph)icians, may tie comprehended some of the
difficulties which beset their work, especially
at its commencement. We hope to see the
rest of lhe physicians' rejiorts in the next bien
nial report of the lioard.
II. Tbe two medical reports on the schools
in Honolulu requite to lie studied together.
The tables compiled fur these reports contain
some significant facts, especially in connection
with the girls' school (see page ixxxviiii). lloth
of these reports, and also that of Doctor Arn
ingi give excellent reasons for adopting some
means fur the medical treatment of children
and other peisom who arc not positively
known to be hopelessly leprous. It would
be a good thing for ihU nation if all
lhe schools throughout the other islands at
well as this were to be examined medically,
and the results tabulated in the same way ax
has been done for these reports.
12. The circular letter to the government
physicians relative to the extent to which
leprosy it Increasing or decreasing contains
some reasons for the hoie that ultimately that
disease may be entirely removed from these
13. In Capt. J. II, Hrown's report, note the
prominence given lo the poi nianufactoty
nuisance, Capt, Brown has been blamed by
lhe editor of the Hawaiian Monthly for not
making these tables scientifically valuable.
The fault lies less with Captain Drown (who
keeps these moitaliiy records and complies
thc?e tablet at Mil twa ttftnu) than with lhe
ph)siciam, whose death certificates arc not
drawn up with the object of forming a basis
for accurate records and some of whom appeal
to have a facility foi discovciieg new diseases.
14. The tables forming appendix P. havr
Isren compiled fioui the wrekl) iccordtofthi
leper settlement for one ) ear, with the object
of finding out how long a tcs.i may expect tu
live after arrival on Molokai, and what periods
of the )ear are more fatal to the lepers and the
causes nl'thit periodicity. If these tables can
be tmiiliily made out for a scries of vcjis, wc
may expect togetsoiiieinlcrestini! iriloruitlion.
and perhaps alto sonic hints for treatment of
lepers. u. .,
Honolulu, J uuc ai, 1 0X4.
The present minister of foreign affair
carried the elimination of a claise in
the Appropriation Hill of '8 2, whereby
transtcrs were inaue illegal, tie was
the firt to set aside hs.s ovtn just ruling.
aja.i.ai 11 m .
The ministers and the auditor gen
eral must stand or fall together. Thete
must be no whitewashing at the tx-
eWVra T9 sw tsj, BrpTVTvtt yi
TTOLLISTER & CO.,
Arn: rnr . ri i:.v rn i. or run
I'ttnut: jt fiif.t rnr .itr.Kcii.is i.s
In particular, 10 their larcc and
tari'il atsOftmnt of
t irtfltfd, Hlh i aUkfwwUdtfd
14 lhe fWit (fT'tfum in h
wtrrlJ All foft niulity
.re.i trariciy of wkm itylf
iel price, lri
1 (UhfeM mii iylf)
and ih Urgett Rffci mod complete itock of
ever Vrt !n ihU Klocdoai a
farte involve of
n'A.Httr.n MKtnrKttHA.vK.tx ff.ro.vajr,
direct from i uxof, fre from
and or dirt. .Aftnil for
PARKE DAVIS ck CO'S
J. C- AYER ok CO'S
Pit tut MedJduai.
Itorscford'a Acid Phoiphatea,
Green's August Flower ft German Srsp,
Atlcock Porous Plaster Co ,
Murray ft Laiunan'a Florida WaUr,
Yarba Buena Bltttn.
TTOLLI9TER & CO.,
ire alto Proprietors and Majiuc-
fKturrrt c( the celeUated
'AKfritfiVm. S. KlmUll & Co'
Fragrant Vanity ktrr
lobarro and ttunrMi
which have no rival. The
Urfcit akortmtht of y
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OUJi Gl.Gi:R Al.E & SODAWA7ER
lus liray been recoanhe,! a thf
tst in lhe market.
OVK .VTAA" ALL EXTRACT
being itvanufaclured frejn our own
eivmla formula In
AERUKD WATERS In Palaw or C01U
StopewJ totllet at df vired.
WHOl.r.SALK & RETAIL, 10 NUl'ANU ST.
TORT MERCHANT STS
THU ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL.
Tt,c Enrtrprive PUnin( Mill had icavosed
In Msaaa Sr., Masa t)va Si.,
C. 1, Hmsvm, PrfUtr,
CONTRAOTOK Mat BUILDER
PlutloKi Shtvpiac, Tunslaffc.
Band and Scroll Satsrlaf,
Doors, Saab, Blinsla, Door
ltd Window Fnuaaa,
Stair, matte to ordar.
MOLDINOS AND FINISH,
AH ord.rs Itllfd on short aoiica. and JotttLic prouiblls
aituided 10. Mouldlag msd lo any swl.fit vUtul
sua eharii fur kuiist. Prlt o Viublat tasKk,
Si a to ti par awvu. iqr
culls cf Lacking,
BiU. of LJia,
lSors of AiiortMy,
Urn li I vs.
AnicUs of Ajciaruiail.
ISsasls, tk4ewurjr Ifcrfljt,
Laasas, Ptfckurs' aai sJaauiiCiuf' lusfcas, Mai-
rUs Ccrtiikiiav liaaiiaai lime. Ltiltr
Saa4 Maya U lbs fcJvaJ-, Haa.
of HoaoUu, Sttru af
UB ANY SLAMIs .raiNTKO T9 URWI
aliasMatiiT naajar Ktaaa-
;.r ha hk nrirA,'
yjothU Whitt Hrtrt. Cement.
jni frtlr U'raf flirty 11
yu bmei lltuc Mottled Sop,
too true SanifriM,
yn YmAy Demijohn i i alton,
Vt tons fence Wire, 4, j, t,
10 catei f'lalfi Gal van lied Iroi,
iocae 5hei Zinc.
MMUsC C Iron,
O cait) W
"ILACKrKLO St. CO.
&!! Vl- -
-a J? f -
iV. J, S'ttmrnrnm JA, HhUU It A,
SmU anu fwr the ItlanJ. A ft II line of the
tinii ,K fi rltr"
aiul FUturei for ilie umi aiwari tu itoc
JOH VrORIC FftOMKILV DONt
H RUM'S BINDER Y.
This 1'ohui.ar HiNur.KV, located at
107, Fort Street, will be able in its set
tled quarters todottentnorcsatisfactory
work than that which has gained it such
liberal patronage and such willing ap
preciation from the Honolulu trade.
is able to do At.
. sorts, sizes,
Lettering, and Paper-cutting I
asin San Francisco, and at
At Tuts CoMl'I.KIL Hindkrv
newspapers, magazines, pamphlets, and
sheet music arc neatly and simply or
elegantly and sumptuously bound, as
taste and pocket may demand. Old
books arc carefully and firmly rebound.
All Descripiions of Hi.an'k
Books are made to order at as low
rates as arc consistent with lirst-class
work. The Uindery is now using
Weston's "Record" and "Ledger"
paper for all first-class work. A large
invoice of this justly celebrated stock
has just been received from New York.
Tin: Machinf.rs, Uskd is all of
improved pattern. The " ruling ma
chine," with its new patent " striker,"
h equal to any in use in either the
United States or the Colonies, and its
recent work steaks for itself, being,
also, complimentary to the workman
who runs the machine. The other
machines used in the Bindery are for
cutting paper rapidly, for paging and
numbering, for perforating, for card
and pasteboard cutting, and for press
ing. Orders Li:ft at the Merchant
Street Stork will havf. Prompt
aUUSCRHIKKS to l'triodicats conKuibtatinz any
-k .. t- .1 .! :..u t - .1. :.... .- u.
tullv reauesled to rcrort lt.c same u tlicir tarlict eon
vemeoce. 10 void uiincesAry cibcne with cuoirin
sutvscTiltions, or delays with new ones,
THUS. U. TUHVM,
.V.ava A Ht.
summbh KKAOixo ron OLD
- The following compritei the Iit of Books
now in stock at
Tho. G. Tltrum Fort
and presents an eaccllcnt opportunity fur per
sons in the city or on the other Winds to make
selections for presents, for library reference, or
for summer readings-
Abbott's History; 10 vols.
Among the Alps; A. T. S.
'Amusements, by li. C. ilayden, D. D.
Army of Virginia, hy C. II. Gordon.
After Clow; No Name series.
Amongst Midlines, by the author .of The
Art in the Middle Ages, hy Paul Laeroia.
Agficuttuie (Tropical), hy P. L. Simmons.
Among Sailors, by J. (J. Jewell,
Ait Suggestions, by Carter.
Adventures of an American Consul, by Luigi
Art In Ornament and Dress, hy Chat. Wane.
Ait in Japan, by J, J. Jaivis.
American Shepherd, by Morteil.
Architecture for Students, by Motion.
Architecture, by llusay.
Apple lllossouit, by Elaine and Dora Goodale,
Asked of God, by Anna Shipiou.
Art and Attests in Connecticut, by li. W,
Americin Hoys' Handy Itook.hy D.C. Heard.
Ancient Mariner; folio ill.
Esop's Fables, hy Maty Godolphin.
Africa Past and Pit-sent, by in Old Resident.
Astronomy, by Burr.
Almost a Slan, by S. Anna Fkm.
America illustrated, by J. David Williams.
Art of Lnriespondcncc, by Locke.
Ait of Readme, by Koth
Hand of Ms, by '.Mrs. M. E. Kerry
Hook of the Chapter, by Macks-
By the TiUr.
Hist bedroom, Mrs. Hurtoo's, t diKrnl au
WaiaJ, by K- D. Joyce.
Wde a Wae.by Mary j. MacCuU.
Hahy Kue; No Name adits.
Hiiler Swttt, by J, G. Holland.
atoys of '7. ly CWaa. C, Coffin.
Hck and Spur,
HartU-tt's rimiUar Quotation,
ataxhe, Life of; by Mr. Clark.
Hohensan. Use. by Chat. OeKay.
HU eAuatiaua. bv W. H. TboaMt.
KaskbM Ssossaa, by L. C. UasiUan.
m a atwta, ny, casus.
Ililile Iheoloj;)- ml Mwlern Thought, hy
Ilrctnn 1'iilk, hy lllaeklmtn anil Cuhlecott.
lieautiful 'Ihmtt;lil ffnm foreign authortj S tol
lli'rtli.lay Hooka, hy Dncrson, li.ell, etc.
Itoolrkecpiiif;- Ili).int & Stratlon'a.
llcvriDil the tiates, liy I'.llrslieth -Stuatt l'helis.
Common Ohjectt of the Microscope, hy
Chevalier l-t halle, hy AMntt.
Chrlttr.tilier Colnmhut, l,y Ahliott.
Champions of Itcforinatton, hy Janet (iotilon.
Chrhtinat Jack, hy K. A. Kami.
Crescent ami Crost.
Children ol the Ahbey, liy Keejna MirU
Crusoe In New Vork, hy II. E. Hate.
Co oieration as llusinesi, hy Barnard.
Confessions of a Clailonet (Mayer, hy Chatrian.
Charity, Sweet C liarity, hy Host I'orter.
(.tost Patch, hy. Susan t mil i J 14c
Cattle lllair, hy I lora I Sluvy.
(.Iiaractcr hketchet, liy .m.icIcikI.
Condensation, hy C eha V dafiiner.
Cahinet Itakers' Companion, h J. Stokes.
Crimea, Invation of, liy A. V. Kinclake.
Creation ami l)eteloiment of Man, hy
Conversation. Hamlhook of. hv 1'cahexly.
I Canterbury Chimes, hy Sloir and Turner.
1 Clover Ilcach, hy Varnlegrift.
t Ceiamlc Art, hy Jennie J. Vouny.
j Cuthin's Manual.
Cvnriii. hv Von Iher and Mrt. loyner.
,--. Ii irl rn...j..! 1... tr..:... 1 te..i
1 eiwj,siii.i ui iu,ji4ii'j,i, tij iiuj, ,,,1 ,m,,i.
Concordance to the Holy Scriptiuet.
Coimnonplace llnok to the Holy llihle, hy
Chrittut, hy ljtir-frllusv.
Commontcnve in the Household, hy Marian
Carquine Wcnls, hy Ilret Harte.
Chiitlian'i Secret of a Happy Life, hy H.W.S.
Dauchlera of America, hy sirs. S. A Wh'eler.
Daughters of the Crost.
Dcinlie: No Name scries.
1 Danlmry lintini, hy llailey.
Dr. Matthews, hy Chatrian.
Douhle Kunncr Chili, oy bchillatier.
Dramatic Works hy Molicie, trans, hy Wall,
Douhleday'a Cliildlen, hy Dulton Cook.
Domestic I'ractlce, hy Nlort;in, M. D,
Dickens' eoniplc vvorksj 2$ sols.
Don John; No Name series.
Detiitd Haven; author of Changed Cross.
Dr. Ciilliert't Datifihtcrs, hy Margaret II,
Don Quixote; from the Spanish.
Dotty Dimple aericx; 0 vols.
Doctrine of Future Life, h) Wm. It. Al(jcr.
:nlitted for Life, hy Mrs. Finnic K. FenilRe.
Kthel's 1'earls; Am. Tract Society.
I'.acli and All.
! Klthteenth Century, hy I'anl I.icroia
Cnglisli Literature, History of, hy Collier.
Kuropean I!reee, hy Margery Deane.
llmhroidery, Handbook of, hy L. Higgin.
I Lngraving, Hints on, hy W. j, Linton.
i.ngusii .yiiiiiiviiis, ijt viuiiik:.
Kxccltior, h) Lonnfellow.
Etangeline, hy Iongfellow.
Ferdinand De Solo, by J. C. Ahliott.
Frolic at Maple Grove, by Mrs. M. F. flutls.
Frolic at the tieatide, hy Mrs. M. F. Hunt.
I'rolic on a Journey, by Mrs. M. F. Hulls.
Footprints of Vanithed Races, by-Cnnanl.
Friend Fritr, by Chatrian.
Forbidden Land, by Oppcrt.
Freedom of Faith, by .'lunger.
Farmer's Hoy, hy Kobert Hloomfield.
Fire Fountains, by Mist Gordon Cummings.iv
Fifme, hy Houghton.
Forestville Sheaves, hy Trowbridge.
Fielding' works: 4 vols.
Familiar Wild Flowers; 2 vols.; by Hulme.
Familiar Quotations, hy Iiartlelt.
Forest, Life of, by L. Hurrett.
Golden State (illustrated), liy McClellan.
Great Match; No Name series.
Gemini; No Name seric. ,
Grandmamma Pockets, by Mrs. S. C. Hall.
Geological Sketches, by Agassie.
Good Fight of Faith, hy C. J. G.
God's Word Man's Light.
God's Acre lieautiful, by W. Kobinon.
Gray's Elegy -poem, liy Titos. Gray.
Genevieve of lirabanl, by Mrt. Chat. Willing.
Guide to the Pacific Coast, Bancroft's.
German Phrase liook.
Garfield's Works; 2 volt.; edited by I!. A.
Gift of Gentians, by May K. Smith.
Golden Chersonese, by Slisi Ilird.
Games and Songs of American Children.
Gemt nf I'en Art, by Knowlton.
Gems from Havergal.
History of the United States, Frost's.
Heroes of Charity, hy James Cobb.
Hours with Girls, by Saugstcr.
History of English People, Green's.
Hetties' Strange History; No Name seiie..
History of Centennial Exhibition, by James D.
Happy Thoughts, hy F. C. Ilurnand.
Horse in the Stable, by Stoneheuge.
History of Caricature, bylhos. Wright.
Historical and Architectural Sketchea, by
Half-Hours with best Letter Writers, b)
Historical Studies, hy Lawrence.
History of Art, by I.ulike.
History of Painting, hy Woltmann and
Handy Hook of Hushandr), by Ge. E. War
History, Hcginnings of, by Lenorinmd.
Half Century, by bwisshclm.
Hector, by Flora L. Shaw.
Honest and Earnest, by Forrest.
Household of Sir Thomas Moore.
History of a Mountain, by Rectus.
Iloyles Games, by Trumps,
HasvveU'a Engineer' Pocket-Uookc
History of a Hook, by Annie Cure).
I lis'oiy of England, Knight's.
Holy Gospels (illustrated), hy Hratistun, Bol
ton and Williams.
Handsome Hatty, by Chester,
Hocuier School Hoy, hy Eggletton.
Histoiy of Arch, and Gtotesnue in Art, hy
History of the United States, Comic; b)
Her 1'icturct No Name scries.
Into the Light; A ijtoiy fo To day.
Is That All) No Name series.
Insectivorous Plants, hy Darwin.
Iris; or, the Opal Rinc, by Toland.
Journal in the Pacific, by S. Eardley-Wilmot.
Josephut' Works, by W'hlston.
jelferson, Life of, by Win. Winter.
Jem Morrison, by Mrs. Lamb
King's Secret, 'the, by Hroglle,
Kismet; No Name series.
Keys of Sect, by Sturtevant.
Kathrina, by I. G. Holland.
Loyal Konlnt, by Saith and Gtcey.
Utile Soldiers, by Rosalia Gray.
Lenore's Trial, A. T. S.
Letters 1'ioin a Cat.
Lucy Thurston, Life of.
Louisiana, by Burnett.
Life of Geo. Ticknor, Letters and Journals.
Life and Works of Gilbert Stuart, by Go. C
LIpplncoll'a Pronouncing Gaietleer.
Lite of Dickens, by Foister.
Labor, Talk About, by Lamed.
Life of Aaron Burr.
Love Letters, by North.
Literature and Literary Men. by Mills.
Lady's Life in Rocky M6unuint, bMU Bird,
letters to Fannie Blown, by Keats,
leaves from Ibe Diary of an Old Lawyer, hy
Ritbroond. f "
Letiing'a Laoeoon, trans, by FtMhingluin.
Letter W'riler, by Wetsster. .
Lecluirs on New Testament, different autteirs.
Life of Cnrsn, by Farrar; 1 vol.
Lady of the Lake, and llowiit.
Lalla Rookh, by Tho. Mooie,
Life in Hawaii, by Titua Coin.
Living Pifea from many Age,byMny llteld.
Leavtt bom a FUiUnn) Piuorite, by A. l
Utile Prvle of the Snow, by W, C. Bryant.
Loveis of Piosloce, by A. Uidi.
Uy or the Veils, by Schiller.
Mites Sundish.by Abbott..
Maiic Manning, by Hitter Sweet.
tj4 1 looses, by PalUlr.
MaWissoisve; No Name telle.
Mawttst of Poets; No Name seiia.
Miajj( ' Sim atila.
Matey PliUUkk's Choke; So Naaat ania.
iTMHt'l LlHiataaaa SSocklsiaT. by M. M. S.
j Mntrtt MeisMMoorXtatlf 5ii Naaoe tttUi.
Many ThfitiRhuof Many Minds, by Sonihgate
Slrti Worth Imllating, by Grmer.
Mechanirt, by Tiilfe
Myths nr Middle Age.
Moon Folks, by Austin.
Mr. Ovcl the way Remembrances, by Mrt.
Maps of Calilornl a re I Nevada, Bancroft's.
Michael Angelo, by I.ongfeltow.
.Miracle in Mime, by Seiss.
Moon, by Proctor,
Ml, Beaiichamp Brown) No Name series.
Alauuela Paiedes, No Name terieti
Mwlern Doubt ami Chritlian Belief.by Christ
I Mabel Mattln, by Whillicr.
I Mildred's Matried Life, liy Martha I'lnley.
Mr. Stnhb's Jtrother, hy Jarrrft Oils.
My King, by I. It. Ilatetgal.
Maideuhoml tciies; 6 tol.
! Mrxlern Science, hy Burr.
Morning Stir, by ilavugal.
Memorial of Emily Milts Gould, by Baiter
Mcmorlilt of Mrs. Havergal, hy her conn,
M. V. G II
Morning and Evening, by Jay.
I New testament, ISVtlsed.
Night and Day, by llestu Stratton.
Natural History of Selborne, ty Wlrite.
Nortlt America, by Anthony Iroltope
Nan, by I. C. Lillie,
,elson, liy vvm. .ti. tnaycr.
Nalhancl Hawihotnc'a woikst IJ vnlt.
Old House Altered, try Mnton.
On a Coral Reef, by l-ockcr.
Occidenlil Sketches, hy Truman.
Once Utn a 'lime, liy Mary I a Ctatgle
Oriental and Sacied Scenes, hy livhcr Howr
Origin and Destiny of Englivh Language, by
Obliviad a Mlire.
Our Etcmplers. by M. D. Hill.
Old Bible and New Selene, by 1 honiit.
Owen Meredith, by Lord I.sllon. .
Our Journal in the Pacific, hy officer of If
M. S. Zealous.
On tho Road to Riches, by Win. II. Mahet,
Picturesque America; 2 vol.; by W. C. Bry
I'eler Stuvtcsant, by J. C. Ahlxit.
Proctor' woikt; 7 vols.
Pileriiin'a I'roirrcst. by Biinyau.
Picture .Stories for Bo), by Mary II. Itigham.
Polynesian.! Race, by A. Pomander; vol. 1.
Prntimaie Organic Analysis, by Preicolt.
Pocahontas, by l'gglestoii.
Polith Jew. by Chatrian.
Prophetic Voices, by Chat. Sumner,
Privjut, My, b) Peflico.
Pictures of Idle; Am, Tract Society.
Phineas Redux, hy Anthont Trollot.
I'aper Hangers' Companion, b) J. Arrow,
Projection, by Davidson.
Prince Deucalion, by Bayard Taylor,
Pleasure of Memory, by Samuel Rogers,
Pastoral Days, by Gibson.
Painting In Neutral 'lint.
Proximate Organic, Amlysis of
Pearl Fountains, by Kavanaugh.
Promise and Promise, by Anna Shipton.
Presence of Chtist, hy Thorold.
Poems, by Herman, Hums, Thompson Tho.
Hood, Tennyson, Campbell, Crabbe,
Taylor, Meredith, Ostian, Pope, Long
fellow, Tupper and Johnson, Scoti,
Colridge, Cowper, Rodgers, Goldsmith,
Iiwell, Holland, Aintwoun, Aiuricn,
Geo. Elliott, Vhittier, Poe, Havergal,
Stoddard. v ,
Print Collector, by J. Flaherty,
Prfajress and Poveily, by Henry George.
Rowland Hill, Life of, hy Charlcswortn.
Romances of the Streets, hy a London tn
Rh)me and Reason, by Duleken.
River and LaWs of the Bible, by Tweedie.
Rolie-tt Raikes, by Alfred Gregory.
Romance of the Harem, by Leonowend.
Reading Club, by Baker.
Religion and Materialism, by Mattineau.
Romances of Ilitlor) Spain, by DeThtueba;
England, by Neele; 'France, by Ritch
ie; Italy, by Macfaflane; Indi. by
Reynard the Fox.
Kobrri 1 lood, by P) le.
Royal Invitation, by Havergal.
Rosicrucians. The, by lennin .
Scene in Hawaii, by Mary E. Anderson.
Scctching'front Nature, by Penley,
Sandy's raitli, by I.tdia L. Rouse.
Self Denial, by Miss lAlgvtoilh.
Six Boys, by Mary 11. Bennett.
Sctipturc natural tiistory, iy rieicner.
Sugar Cane in Australia, by Sfacka).
Secret of Sucest in Life, hy Frecdlc).
Silver Ship, lay Ijiuit Leon.
Six of One, Half-Dozcn of the Other, by six
Science and Christian Thought, hy John Duns.
Stories of the Rhine, by Chatrian.
Sister and Saint, by Sopliy Winthrop.
Sandforrl ami Morton, by Thomas 1 lav .
Science in the Middle Ages !y Paul Lacruix,
Speaker, Prize, by Baker.
Speaker, Handy, by Baker.
Shakespeare Reading Book, by Boweu.
Shakeseare'a complete works.
Shakesjicare Concordance, by Mary Cowilen
Saxon Studies byjulun Hawthorn.
Stories From My Attic, hy the author of
School and Master of Painting, by RadclilTe.
Student ol .Mythology, by White.
Summer In the Country, oy Aimer Perk.
Songs, Sacred and Devotional, by Foster.
Salvage ; No Names series.
Saviour's Concert, by Scribner.
Secret Power, by D. L. Moody.
Malmagunui llirt Inlay ISooV., by it owl, K,
Perkins and A. J. G, Perkins.
Storm of Life, by Stretton.
Summer in Aaore-s, b) C. Alice Baker.
Stories of Adventure, by E. E. Hate.
Sure Mercies Cf David, hy Anna Shipton.
Secret ol the I.ord, by Annie Shipton.
School Hoy, by Holmes.
Southern Palestine and Jerusalem, by W. M,
Shepherd and Lady, by can Ingclow.
Story of a Bad Bo), by Atdiich,
.Satisfied, by Prow bridge.
Sports and Pastime, by Gassell.
Sunbeam Stories; 4 vols.
Tar rv port School Girl, hy Miss A. L. NobU.
Truth and Trust. ,
Tim Tumbles, by Mateauv.
Training of the Voung, by Jacob Abbott.
Thoughts of Marcus Amelius, b) Long.
Tliatutopsit and Flood of Year., by Biyint.
inougiiuoi tne ituiy tjospei, oy upnaui.
True Stories of Exodus, by Underwood.
Twelve Select Sermons, hi D. L. Moody.
Through Normandy, by Macriuoid,
TtCsipieit to Unbelief, by Burr,
Twice Told Tales, by Hawthorne,
Theatre of Paris, by- Matthews.
Tinkhain Bros. Tidemill, by Trowbiidge,
Two Veait Ahall the Mast, by SuuJson.
Toby Tyler, by Jaine. Otis.
Travels in South Kensington, by Conway.
Twelve Thincs That We Kjjuw. .
aTales from horeign Tongues; 4 vols.
I ingle ssooei rales, hy llawitiocnr.
Thorny Path, A, by Suction
Tsar' Window; No Name series.
Theo. and Hugo, by Mary B 'yll).
Universe, by Ponchet.
Uie's Dictiorury of Alt and Maiiuftcture;
vols.; out ed
View from Nature; Am. Tiaet Society.
Vidrxq, The French Detective, by Macktm
Vagabonds, Iry Trowbridge.
Willie and liiidie, by Koia'he Gray,
Workltvginan.Tlie, by Tborupvwi. i
Working ami Winulng; Am. Tract Society
Will Deublgh; No Name series.
ttnat parcel, by K. t-.. Hale.
W'muanV llandiwoik, by C. & Ha'iitoo."
Woolngs of lhe WaiwAVUch, Uf J. M
W'olf Hot in China, by Dalton.
Wc and the Wurkl, by Mrs. Ewing.
W'lut GirU Can Do, by ItiMa Brow
Women a Mother, by McKactn.
Where tU Old and the New Vcttiuai DifM
war ltelwei KMeta asa iurky; 1 vols.
Wofuleitul Life, liy Suction. ''
VVaiiiK Hour, by A una Shipton.
White Metsstaiaa, by S. A. Drake.
WotMtwful City Tokio. by llsrd Gi
W'orsJsk of ScWtsca, hy Ssootfino,
WaaQaf Clsu. Usuhi 1 tola.
Woasita W01U. by PatAe aZFlW
Yessasj DatsKar, by ea-iaaiasVai' urtlsa bar.
Ywag Ckalsasaa. by TatAfcWtt, '
vS4Tto Bufsst, ftiaajVltVltaaa '
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