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BY C. S. BARTOW.
3NT C2 I 3NT G-
At Auction !
THIS DAY, SATURDAY, September 18th,
At ..Ykwk ivn. at Kin mi Starv, Will ..IJ,
THE tXLK AKO(M) TIIK SUI'IKL',
Conf triiiur btil 7uo running f--l
C. S BAKTuW. Aart'r
GREAT SA1BJT BARTOW'S
ON TilONDAY AND TUESDAY
September 20th and 2Ut,
REMAINDER OF CARGO
Full Assortment of the Best
FOR I'iKTII I I.4RS SKE A TA I.OtiCfcN
tor TERMS LIBERAL.-
C. S. BAKTuW, Auctioneer.
VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE !
ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 25th,
At ii O'clock, M . at Alikdani link. (Government House),
By or.ler 4 Mr H W. MAIKAI. I aw instructed to -wll at
Put.bc Auclloo, the
Following Pieces of Land
A I.I. THAT HILTKur LAND AT MA NO A
VALl.r V, UWod of Oahu, ruUxiuiuR 'ii OS 10O acres, de
scribed iu Royal Patrol, No. IXUi, to John flevenson, aa
kiil-ana. -Uii IKM), port 2, section I, division 1.
Also, all that PI Kl'E OF I. t M llf containing 0 OS luO
acre, desrnbed lo said patent.
A IXI. A I.I. THAT PIECE OF I.A N l, con
taiimxr about 7 f 6-luO acrcn, described iu Royal Ptect to
An. , No. Id.
A Mai Ala I l-at Piece of Land containing about 0 arret,
described in Royal Patent to said r.b l. No. 64.
The alr all a.lM-iu ami consist of good kulaanl valuable
kalo lands. There is a constant stream of axiiitiii water
running through them, at.. I aa ahnut IU acre consist of the
bevt kaio Untl in Manoa Valley, this offer a very rare chance
to all ersons. In make a Brut class ic vestment. The property
is writ known a having formerly lieen the residence of the
late lin J. W. fc. Maikai, ami lately the resilience of Kba,
deeeaaed, ti.e grandfather of Uie present proprietor.
Title perlert an. I for particular thereof, intending purchasers
are respectfully referred to
K. T OHAI.LORAN. Kq , Fort M.
C. S. BAKTOW. Aui-t'r
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
By Order of the Hon. Board of Education,
I ahall sell at public auction,
. On Saturday, November 14th, 1875,
" AT 12 O'CLOCK, M ,
At the front entrance of ALIIOLANI HAI.K,
Honolulu, Oahu, at an
UPSET PRICE OF S8.000 !
All the right, title and interest of the Board of Education in
and to the large tract of Land known as the
AHUPUAA OF WAIKAPUI
SITUATED IN TIIK DISTRICT OF WAILTJKL7,
On the Island of Maul, II. I.
This eitcnsiv and valuable tract of land, centrally located be
tween Kast aad West Maui, comprise an area of from
Sixteen to Twenty Thousand Acres,
Several thousand of which la gooi arable land; capable of
profitable cultivation for sugar cane and other agricultural
products should a sufficient water supply be at any time avail
able for irrigation, while a much larger extent is well adapted
for grating purposes.
The above property will be sold, subject to a lease having
five years yet lo run. Title. Royal i'nlrnl.
For farther particulars enquire tif the Secretary of the Board
of Juration, or
C. S. UAKTOW. Aurl'r.
Honolulu, August 10, 1375.
OREGON SUGAR CURED STAR HAMS I
FKV CASKS, J I! ST RKIKIVKII PER
u For Sale by BOLI.K3 & CO
iRW JNALIflOIV, 1S75!
Just Arrived per Mattie Macleay.
Extra Superfine Flour,
Lime, Fork, Hams,
Canned Salmon and
Beef, &c, &c, &c.
FoH SALE BY
Wi iat H HACKEEI.D A. CO.
X H3 7V
SOLID METAL WORK.
IX ORDER TO CLOSE OUT THE BlTl-
ECKART WILL SELL AT COST !
FOR THE NEXT THREE MONTH, "
1HE FINE STOCK OF SOI. Ill
GOLD AND SILVER JEWELRY
TABLE WARE !
ALSO YATCHES, Siher ;
CANE?, SHELL WoKK.
AND OTHER FANCY ARTICLE?.
Call Soon and Secure Great Bargains
AT THE FORT STREET STORE.
FIREWOOD ! FIEEW00D ! !
L1BOM EAST Mini. FOR SALE BV
n eOLLKs CO-
AT AIWTIOIY !
ON WEDNESDAY. -
At 1 2 o'l k I , tKOn,
H ill be void fur account of m),rmi it mav roarer n. o ike tii?h
et t,i 1 Jt-r U,t Cats, viz . (K in en ie
N" 1 ce H raoi 1 Tll ea t fill Signal Oil
1 1 fu 7 cans 1 glU e 21 galls Siirnai O.I
Ns 10. 11, 12, li. 16 6 cse 2 csns ea. 10 cans 5 fills e
Ct galls f rr.al oil.
Ns 11. 14, 17, IS, ll 5 cei Z cr.s ea, la cans 5 g!l n
60 galls Crown Petr.lruni
1 f r' flat burners. e:ra
K V. ADAMS, AurtK,nT
1 frrws flat burners
Honolulu, sept. 15, I'sTS.
! CASH SALE!
ON WEDNESDAY - - SEPTEMBER 22nd
Hartiralari Sew I'anlrn
At 12 'iVIdf k umii.
A 1'itir ni W'fiitr J'miirx, broh n to nirness
Kin.l auJ ireDtlo.
E P. ADAMJ. Auctioneer.
CROQUET SETS !
a FEW SKIS OF A.MKKM AN MAKE.
I INK HNIli.
At THO. Q TilKl'M S
BASE BALL GOODS !
A Ft RTIIER Sl'I'IM.V OF BASE Utl.l.S
m and BAl,Jut received and ture exie'ted,
JT".l by TIIH.S. Q. THKL'M
EC El V ED FER C'Kl l.O.N. AND FOR
sle bjr (u!4) liOi.I.K.- fc CO.
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
CATC HO h 175 !
llVf KKCKIVKD II Y CASTLE A. COOKE,
w " suierkr Lot in barrels, bail barrels and kil4, and lir
rate at Low Katea. au7 'Jul
IN 4 VAl VT IT IES TO SUIT. FROM I Unl
it lm lo a barrel
For lale by
GOLDEN GATE EX. FAMILY FLOUR !
A K EM'S EXTRA FAMILY FLOCK.
LP Received per Murray, and for sale by
KOLLKS & CO
FROM THE BOSTON FACTORY. ALL
For Hale by ROLLF.S 4 CO
NEW TOMS !
rjpilE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE
CEIVED PER M A CG R EG OR.
THE FINEST ASSORTMT
TRUNKS, VALISES, BAGS, &C.!
EVER OFFERED HERE. Consisting of .
La.lie' Solid tile Leather Trunks,
Lsdies' Leather Saratogas,
Ladies' Kief ant Dressing Ca-es,
A Full Line of Elegant Saratogas !
Uent's lid Sole Leather Trunks, Hi vet te J;
Oent's Bridle Leather Trunks, KivetteJ;
Uent's Rivetteil Etlge Valises,
O jtit's Drenin3 Cases, Uent's Boston Valises,
Boys' School Baps, Trunk Straps,
Shawl Mrsps, Shoulder Straps, he, $r.
Any luOih or (i nth Hum ici$ih an
tfettttit urtit'le in the above line icill
A irtll to call toon and
S o cs x i- o O ax o oa TAI o x- o !
The nholr Lisi mf Good will kr Krady
far Ibr Inxprrliou of Lntiira imiI Grnl lemrn
ou Wrtluratlny next.
Also, per the above Vessel,
GENT'S SHOE WARE
KVKR SEEN HERS,
which hare only to be seen to be appreciated. There is do
Hand Machine Work about these Uoods, all are
Warranted Hand Made Ware !
7 Twenty ia Uifferet.t Styles. Suitable for any one XI
ALSO, A FIXE LINE OF
SILVER WARE, &c.
Will be ready for inspection ou Wednesday Morninp.
Tkc PmMI- arr lnviet Isl'oniranil Exam
tae tttr above Liisrs) f G woda.
INT Trouble to show Woolw
A FEW BASKETS
OF THE CELEBRATED
QI'ARTS AM) TINTS,
Jul receive! et D C. Murray, and for sule by
,ug 23 H. HA I KHI l A CO
DICKSON, 61 FORT ST.,
AS THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORT
Kou Calabashes, Kapas, Mats,
Native Dreea, Sh-ll Wecklaces. Ac, to be found in Hi
nolula, and for sale at LOW PR ICES !
In Ureal Number and Variety.
I'HOTOG It A. -A I.arpe Stock of Hawai
iaa ViArs and Poftrailt
Aim? on Hand, .Moantfd on Cards or I nnionutrd,
FOR MsILING. v
FOR SA FRANCISCO.
I INK AMERICAN I.KUi
J. B. FORD.
JENKr, JH. rF.R.
Mill sail for tbe that Putt Tuesday, Sept. Jl !
Tor fre.rt.i or j3 aiJv to
au II. II Kl Kl.l 4 ft. Agent,.
van sax riaA.xcisco.
The A. S. N. Co.'s Splendid St.amship
MACG It EGOK
('.4 1'TUX GRAINGER,
WILL SAIL FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ua or aDoui ucx. 10m : s
All Freight intrn.le.l f,,r Shipment -r stmr r.it. to
Sid Frncio or the Colonies will be rece;.! in tle :euj-r
V rhou Frrr af iarnc.
The Airetit tti I trtve a Warei.oue K-eipt f. r all Mert-han-.1..,
I'Ut a J! not ! rMKitiil.le ..r b Cie
lf For Freirht ar.J Pi'nire, or any funto-r i.if..rurtio,
auS Apply to C UKKWrK CO, A vent a.
FOK SY1KVKY, i. N. wi
The A. S. N. Co.'s Fine Steamship
T. WOOD COMMANLFR,
WILL SAIL FOR SYDNEY. N. S. W.,
Ou or about Sept. 24th !
All Freight ii.teti.led fur Shipment per Steamer eit tier Iu
Sin Francisco or the Colonies Will be recetve.l in the Steamer
Warehouse Frrr of Sioriin-
The Agents will give a Warehouse Ktt-i t for all Merchan
dise, but will not be responsible for k jr tire. ;
Xy For Freight snd Fassape, to Syduey, New Zr aland ami
Melbourne, apply t-
au23 C ItREVVKR CO , Agents.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA,"
.march a NT, : : : : .master.
Sept 2:1 Thurslay. . 5 p m Nawiliwdi.
Hept 27 Monday ....6 i in ..Circuit of HawHii.
33 When there are no cattle l IhhJ at Malsea Bay, an
eQ'oit willbeaiade i reach Hnol-ilu Saturday I. M.
H r On down Trips the Steamer will not l-ave Kaalualu until
HA. At. or later; Makena ootil 8 A. M. or biter; and Maalaea
Bay until 8 A. M. or Inter, without due notice of any change
Rates of Passage will be
To or from Kauiiakakai, Molokai.
" lhalna, Miul
' " Maalaea, Maui
" Makena, Maui
"" .Xlahukutia, Hawaii
" 44 Kawaihae, 44
4 44 Kailua,
4 44 Kaawaloa, 44
" 44 liiio, 44
44 44 Kau Coast 44
Circuit of Hawaii, Round Trip.
To or from any Port ou Kauai
Circuit of Kauai, Round Trip...
Deck Passage fur naiives only
No Credit for Passage Money !
TICKETS AT THE OFFICE ONLY.
No berth will be considered as taken until raid f'j
responsible for bapRaee unmarked or any freight or Parcels
unless receipt ej for.
FREIGHT MONEY DUE ON DEMAND!
arr An effort will le made to have the Steamer reach Hono
1ulu on the evening of the same day she leaves Maui.
SAMUEL U. WILDER, Agent.
Office with Wilder A Co., corner of Fort and Queen Streets.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. BREWER 4L CO., AGENTS.
' Favorable arranretuents ran always be made for
faSiiSES Storage and Shipment of Oil, Bone, Wool, Hules
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York atid
other Eastern Porta. ffCT Cash Advances made. J
654 It U. liKKWEK K Cr
R E G C I. A R
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. RREWER Si. CO., AGENTS.
Merchandise received STORAGK FRKE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
(954 ly) C. BRF.WER A CO.
REGULAR PACKET FOR UHAIIVA.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
K. D. CRANK, Master.
Will Ron Begalarl) between This Port and I.ahalna,
Honolulu Saturday and Lahalua ever) Wednesday!
U5S 3 oj H. HACKFF.LD A Co.. Agents.
K A. TJ -A. I 3F A. d It JE3 T !
FOR KOLOA AND WAIMEA.
JJl&4 Ta7 V TVT ATT
Will have Resntar Dispatch for the above named Ports, oaf'
and after the 6th of November next, until further notice.
Freight and Passengers taken at the Lowest Rates. ;
W52 BOLLKS A CO., Agents.
WORTH HAVING X !
UEACTV. IT IS SAID, IS
a joy forever, and if fitness
it the essential idea of
beauty, as we
With one of the
maintain it is, the SKWI NO MACH1NK
is one of the most beautiful thinirs iu the trorld; nothing
iu the whole range of modern invention tieing better adapted
to relieve human drudgery or fitter for the purjxises intended.
The Ctlrri(nrtl arr Special Asrnla far
WHICH IS THE
BEST SEWING MACHINE IN USE!
OO POINTS OK SI PERIORI I V !
For Particulars see Circulars.
WE ARE PRFPARF.D TO FL'RNISH TIIK
to any of the machines now in use, which will ran them r-erfect
ly without the least exertion on the part of the operator. Thse
Wheels are made here at the Ii K A SS I U I l K. 1 , are
superior to those imported, and soid for le?s money.
BrY 0F. AD VOl WILL BE COWI.XCED !
If is a well known fact that the ill health of thousands of
women and pirls, can be traced to the exertion reo,u,rM to
run Pewintr Machines by foot power. A word to the wise is
Sr 111 f.l.INC; II A 1 &. I O.
rilHE (UNDERSIGNED HAS JIS
ft CK1VKD ex Macrrepor
a few rnolograptnc topics ot
In lar?e Imperial and Cabin! fiz.s. Alo, Cal inet Photo
graphs of RISTORI. DE MIRSKA. BOl ( I-
C 'A 1' I.T and other celebrilie, from the Celebrated Gallery
of Bradley & Rule (son.
j31 At TUOe. U. lliKLM S
GO TO THE FOUNTAIN SALOON.
R. C. KIHHV. ....... PROPRIETOR.
EC 1. 1. BOARD. .-. OO PER
WEEK. MKAIX AT ALL HOt'RS, from 6
o'clock a M tol P- a Fun.lays close at 7 e. M
ICE CRE1H, If ED S0D1, I.1MEB POP, fcc
and all good thine that the Mirket famishes, in reason
.$ 6 00
. o OU
. 7 00
. 8 00
. 10 00
. 10 00
. 10 00
. 10 00
. 1-2 60
. 2 2 00
. 8 00
. VI U
. 2 0
Pir or tmk Moo roa ti atoiTn or Ffrrrniet,
1374 Hoioli tt Tmt.
A-jj. J Kirt Uuirter..... 11 6 7
Ii Full M.vsn - 10 6
21 l ltl H ilttT HillH
2--w N.jcn S iiS
ti w r or (i iimtt ptto.
ri, furi r !- ! w, eun aeta. . ... 12 rt
fun riie, M m; !o3-l. 7 r
14 Sun rle 4 io 4 ; tun et....4 .? 4 rm
i Sun rie 4 hi S -, tua f I 4 ii S m
"At Han ri- 5 64 5 ; tun e,. . . . 6 4'. jrv
rT.IHtri tiTn, HaiU.r Mtfr
SAT V lib AW SKIT. 1
Mb ti.WABt 1'kftox haa teeo tLis Jsy ari-oint-
e.i tVnini'iasioner of DounJ-iries fur the IsUu l r
Lu, iu r tace of .Mr. L. M-CuIIy, resigne-1
V. L. Mokuonta,
Miuiater tf Interior
IsTFKioR OrncE, Spt. 14ibT IST j.
Ir has pleaieJ His M:ijetj iLe Kitig to )arJ.u Jua.
L. Kalani, an 1 restore to Lira Lis civil rights
1 ola si Palacf, Sept 2.1. 175.
Mb Z. StKA Las Leeo this Jay ar poiuteJ Agent
to take aca.uow!e.guient3 to CuiitrarU fv.r lit er iu
the I)ioiri.-t of Hatialei, Islaml of Kauai.
W. L. MuKIIUSlA,
Minister ct Ibtetior.
Intfbior OFFirr, Sept 17tb, 1S75.
J., y. Kaanaana Las this Jaj teen appoiuteJ
Found Master for the Districts of Ewa au 1 Waiauae,
vice J. S. Kahauuluno reaigue.1.
J so. O. biijnxi,
Goveruor of liha.
Aliiulam Half, tVpt. 17ih, 187u.
NOTES OF Tit K WF.F.K.
A Field Day. On Moii.lay last there were uo
less than twenty-funr cases in the Police Court
mostly drunks an.l fast rtJiug.
Stick to yoiib liiz. I say Larkeeper ! gitu-me a
little epreruiint in mine.
Can't do it tir. I serves your licker plain ; you
must go to the drug store for your trimuiins
To Toi ch at Honolulu. A correspondent of the
European Mail, quoted by the New Zealand IhralJ,
says 4 I Lear the P. M. Co. in running the Austra
lian mail service, is to Lave a subsidy from the
American Government for carryiug the Honolulu
Ix a Uarkfr's Simp. f Sitt'iinrr--i say, Tom,
just sqiiffKe? that pimple on my rhwk. Barber
No you don't! You can't catch ihis child. You
are a member ul ihe lion id ol Health, and you
know I've tin license (or that kind of work.
Bewabk. The Post-Master General informs us
that a recent examination shows that the frame work
of the look-out next door is quite rotten, and is
likely, and some of these days when a crowd rushes
up to look at an incoming mail steamer, to come down
in a Leap.
A Globious Katv. The first rain of the fall sea
eon occtii red on Wednesday night, when two inches
of water fell iu this city. There was thunder and
lightning away at the north-west, and we expect to
Lear tLat Kauai got Ler share of moisture. Being
near the autumnal equinox, we may attribute it to
Piffixo" a Lottery. We believe that most
people regard a lottery as only a species of gam
bling, and therefore immoral. But we observe that
tLe K'uokoa, native newspaper, speaks approvingly
of the fine things to Le disposed of somewhere in
town by means of throwing dice, and advises its
readers to go and try their luck. 4
"A White Rat, was caught at the Hotel on Thurs
day night last. This breed is rare here, although
plentiful in San Francisco, having been carried there
from China in 1849. Herbert's specimen was ap
parently unwell when we saw it ; but no one ven
tures to prescribe medicine in these days without a
Music this Afternoon. The band will commence
flaying at Emma Square at 5 o'clock. Following
is the programme :
Crown Prince March Kaulioh
''avatina, Opera, FallstaflT Ball'e
Herman Bouquet, Waltz, (new) ..Harokes
Selection, Opera, The Hugenots... Meyerbeer
r.lua Puhiobe OI10I1, Concert Polka a.. Merger
The Christy Mintre), Serio Comic Fantasia, (ner)..,Reviere
New Church Bell. The Episcopal Church in the
rear of Emma Square Las recently received a new
and deep-toned bell from the manufactory of Warner,
London. It weighs COO pounds, and its contrast in
Sound from that of the other bells of the city will
Lave a pleasing effect as eoon as arrangements are
made to ring it properly.
Rice Birds. These pests are increasing immense
ly and are a serious trouble to the rice planters at
Koolau and elsewhere. They come in myriads and
make havoc in the rice-fields. It has been noticed
that at night they roost on trees, and a plan Las
been suggested of killing them with the fumes of
'sulphur. We believe Ihe government has been pay
ing a email bounty for the dead birds, out of the
appropriation for the encouragement of agriculture.
A Malicious Yousoteb. Or. Thursday of last
week three native children, under ten years of age,
a girl and two boys, were standing on the ledge of
rocks above the Kapeua fall, in the valley, when the
little girl it is alleged was pushed off the rocks by
one of the boys. At all events, she fell a distance of
some fifteen feet among jagged stones, and is believed
to have a broken hip and rib. The boy charged
with the assault is in the etation-house, awaiting the
A New Plantation. We learn that Messrs.
Chamberlain and Mitchell have purchased the sugar
mill of J. R. Williams, Esq , of Halawa, and intend
to commence planting cane at once on the plains of
Mokuleia, in the district of Waiulua, on this island.
The land is well suited for the growth of cane, aud
the natives of the neighborhood will plant exten
sively aa eoon as they are assured that a mill will be
provided. Messrs. Chamberlain and Mitchell are
both practical and experienced men, and will deserve
A COXINDRCM BT OUR MlNSTBELS. " Julius, why
am de Board of Health driving all de ducks out ob
de country?" Kase dey is poppin so many pills
at 'em." Sho ! I guess dem Allopat pills would
hurt de ducks wuss nor de lead ones; but dat aint
de answer." "Kase dey is makin dem wilder!'"
"Dat's good; but you aint hit him yet." "Kase
dey practices in dere lumbar regions." "Yah!
yah! Try him again; you'se improvin " "Kase
dey is arter de down to feather dere own nests?"
"Oh, sho; you is wanderin from de subjec."
" Kase kase I gibs it up !" Why, teltase dey
has tabood ebery quack !"
Application REFr.aEi. A Chinese physician, who
arrived here on the bark ITvik from Honkong, was
this week refused a license to practice medicine
among Lis countrymen, by the so-called Board of
Health. Wre believe there is one at least, Chinese
physician who is licensed here, and why the present
applicant is refused it is difficult to say, especially
as he has a letter of recommendation from the Com
missioner of Emigration at Hcnzkong, and ether
testimonials. The Captain of the A't t'A', it will be re
membered, spoke highly of the professional skill of
this doctor! The Board did not take the trouble to
examine Lim, but as we are informed, simply rafuse-l
to grant the qualified permission asked
commiiTtt-.iii.'na arx iiri.ifi! 1It Kv-
SvrTnri t.) I'.at.-- 1! ii-ewtvfMr' re
tr..ns!i-.. 1 t r:- I'ricl A l..iim a.lret ti-e-tiitit
in t.il.iys ,.ijier.
I'iie MoirTi.r CjcrTiox I tT, I'm!, is jour
I t I a IIorti.r.fatli tr an All. path
tti. be J. ti't ULi;i to neither of em ; he's a U.xvl
LFTiI r tl t i-NvB N U AULTLL a liy the A"i
lau.ti we learn that Ei-tov?rn.r NLs..!elua diel at
Lthi.ui on VeJr.eliy it, are.1 C.'i Ilia Jecease
Wis riot lilielpec!t-..
. A hf.x -r Ixivji itv A cci ref.n.ler.t Cvtaplaict
that a bour ou LWretania street, ppvite Smith's
liue, fcttuerty uotoric-us a the Evenio itar,"
Las rejriit.e.1 its farmer iufiUKtis chnraoter unJer a
.LuVrfDt Iiu ilt J. as tLe resort of siihrsan l lew !
jouug Wouieu, aa 1 Lof-i the i IWe will paj it a noc
To EF trifi. fob Maxilu ohti b - Fr ut Ililowe
learn that two nitive A jhunj ( Wtor) were com
Y raittel Ly the I
iurt., for trial at
i f . r ciusiDg the t
mitted by the Police Magistrate f Hilo on the ML
the next te ui of the Circuit Court.
ig the amu of a uativr named w ailee
Ihey commenced ti .J..CK r him ou the 2!th of July,
aud be died Aug 21 The medicines they gave Liui
were ATalaijiahoa, iaid to be a virulent prison)
ji'iaken, ( spe ies of wo.d) and k'oiii, (the couvol
MFrrrixa or CITI.KXS We are requested to state
that. Admiral Almy having giveu pextnissiou for the
presentation of a purse by this 'community to the
men composing his Laud, in recognition of Ihe tine
musical entertainments giveu Ly thctu at the Hawaii
an Hotel, a meeting of citizens will be held at the
Ch&mLer of Commerce, this day, mt 11 o'clock A. M.
to provide the wherewith ; aud further to give ex
pression to their sentiments of " aloha. " to the gal
lant Admiral, Cai.Uiu GherarJi and the r.flWrs of
the PemacoLi, ou her departure.
Tiif Fffll that is ox IX Teacher Fpell physi
cian. Little Boy- l'-h y s-i-c-i-a n.
Teacher Right! Now give the definition.
Little Boy (Scratching Lis Lead) Duuuo '
Teacher (Encouragingly) Think awhile. There,
don't put your thumb in your mouth that way
don't you know what a physician is?
Little Boy lis, its Is it something to eat?
Teacher No, no! Come, try again. Who dies
your mamma send for when you are sick ? -
Little Boy (Smartly) She don't send for nobody.
She gives us Homoeopathic pills on the sly.
A Maxfatfb. On last Saturday night, policeman
Feb I ler went into a Louse ou Maunakea street, to
quell a disturbance that some man-of-war sailors
were making, and found itecessary to arrest one of
them. Whether FeLlLer, after the John PLoenix
style, i user ted Lis fingers between the man's teeth
for the purpose of holding him dots not appear, but
what did appear was that the man bit oS the end of
Fehlber's finger. A preliminary investigation of the
case was Lad in the Police Court on Tuesday, and the
man, William Cauwell by name, (it ought to Le
Bitewell) was committed for trial at the next term of
the Supreme Court, on a charge of mayhem.
y The Finebal, on Sunday last, of the late Hon. K.
11. Boyd, drew out the largest attendance that has
been seen on any similar occasion for several years.
The escort to the hearse cousisted of members of the
Fire Department in uniform ; the Masonic Bodies ;
a detachment of troops from the U. S. 8. Vtnsacola,
anil the Household troops. One hundred carriages
followed in the procession to the Nuuanu cemetery
At the crave, after a prayer by the Rev. H. H. Par
ker, the Masonic burial service was read by W. B
Wright, W. M. of Lodge le Progres de l'Oceanie,
of which the deceased was a member, assisted by P..
M. McDuffand Dayton. The ceremonies concluded
with three collies by the military.
Hawaiian Glide Book. We Lave a received a
copy of the above from the Publisher, Mr. 11. M.
Whitney. It is a neatly printed pamphlet of some
140 pages. Las been gotten up with evident labor
and painstaking, and will prove a valuable compan
ion to visitors to the islands indeed it contains
much that is interesting and useful for reference to
residents. The editor, while claiming no special
merit for originality, says that " his object Las been
to present such imformation as travelers require in
a Land-book of this description, and at the same
time to supply all the facts which intelligent settlers
may wish to know." It would be ungenerous to
closely criticise a Cret attempt of this nature; and
we shall only remark at this time that a notable
error appears at page 1C, where the Heir Apparent
is misplaced in the Court Register. As a whole, the
book gives.a very correct and thorough description
of the topography of the islands.
Mr. Editob : With your permission I desire to
give publicity to the following communication, re
ceived from Mr. Hanly, one of Dr. MobaLeer's
f " Waimalu, September 12th; 1875.
" Dear Sir : If there was anything in my power
to help the charitable and kind man who cured me
of a disease pronounced incurable by leading physi
cians of all nations, of some twenty-five years stand
ing, indeed I would only be too happy. This disease
after medical examination had been pronounced
incurable here, in California, Panama, Peru and
CLile. To name the many medical men that I have
been with, would be a task; however, upon the
present occasion I will try to do so. Some five or six
years a;;o I was taken suddenly ill and eent for Dr.
Kennedy, and he pronounced the disease incurable;
Doctors McOrew and Stangenwald also said the same.
Dr. Hillebrand require! a consultation. In San
Francisco Doctors Toland, Boyce, Jones, and Murphy
also pronounced the disease incurable. At the
hospital:! in Panama, Callao and Valparaiso, tLe
same opinion was given. Private treatment by
Chinese doctors was unsuccessful and my case de
clared iacurable. I then returned to Honolulu where V
Dr. Cummings treated me at first with some relief
but failed latterly. Dr. C. expressed the opinio
that Mohabeer would kill me. Dr. Trousseau coin
cided with Mohabeer as ta the nature of my diseaje,
but could d nolhins fur me; saying that nature was
my doctor. Dr. Trouseau saw me twice during the
treatment by Dr. Mohabeer and said that M. was
curing me, tut tnai it was a wonder tuai ne uia not
kill me. I have al.o had homa-opatLic treatment
and Turkish baths in San Francisco. ,
" In conclusion let me say that an old kanaka
doctor, at Waimalu, gave me very great relief, and
said he would cure me if I would obey him.
" I regret much that I aci not a gifted scholar, to
help my friend Xr. Mohabeer.
" Yours, &c, " Dan. Haxly."
No reasonable person can find any fault with
the execution of the law in the case of pr. Mohabeer,
but with the action of the Board of Health in refusing
the doctor a license held by several Chinese doctors
"and others who cannot produce diplomas or certifi
cates from recogniie l medical colleges.
I regret exceedingly that a large majority of
natives have so little confilence in our regular prac
titioners; but that this is the case, any one familiar
with them must acknowledge. . A communication in
the A'uclon of May 1st, signed An Kau'.is, and
like statements m3le from time to time have no
doubt done much to create this lack of confidence. I
believe too that the charges of our medical men for
advice and medicines place them beyond the reach of
natives The Queen's Hospital is available, but I
find a growing dislike on the part of natives to thi3
institution. This state of aflairs creates a field for
the practice of men who are wiUIng to give their
time and medicine fjr a email fee or, as is the case
with on? gentleman, for nothing. Taking into con
sideration all the circumstances the better plan would
appear to be to license these practitioners, holding
thera to a strict accountability to the Board, or else
pay a regular physician to devote Lis time and atten
tion gratuitously to the natives of this island
The Law of the Beard of Health.
To the KllfT of iXt li 'lc iim.tre'it .t JiTf.srr:
Sta t In the recut c xcitemett concerning the
Boar J of Health in which th? legality of its constitu
tion is an elemcLt. a concise epitome if all the tl
ute laws which Lave Ufii foactel on the subject will
be a convenience to of your rra ler. and there
for the fallowing is at your ssrric.
In the Article in the Cvil CI entitled "Of the
Public Heaitll," the I'ard and it duties are trratel
of in Sevt'k.u '.'T to S17, both iacluaiv. By
tu.u 27 it L provided that there shall te appointed
by the King anJ Privy (Vuucil rn the nou.iuti.u of
the Mialater of the Interior, a LVard of Health, coo
tUting tf tkroe persens, who shall t c barged with
the general oversight and rare cf tLe public Lealth
SectivD '27 prohibits every foreigner from prac
ticing a a physwiaa cr surgevn, for compensation
or re srarJ. uctil Le hall have sttirfied tL Board of
Health .f Lis qualification an ! oLtaiued a l'ceua
from tL Miuiater of IutttU,r; and tLe xctivO pro
vides the punishment for its violttivo.
By an Act approved Mh August, In, entitled
au Act to atxiend Section liT of the l it il Code, the
BoarJ is made to consist if lire member, i f sWui
two liall 1-e ioe.li.Ml prs. tili. ut t fVe pae 4 f Ihe
statutes if that year.
By the Act of loth Jan In. , entitled an Act to
amend Section and 'J7V of the Civil IVie, Ibe
last above .juotcl Act i t Aug. lth. IM'a), ia repeal
ed, and the Board it ma le to consist c f five turtubers,
of whom the Minister t f the Intel ior hall be Pfi
dent, and two ruetubeia ahall I tuedical practition
ers and (wo members of the Privy Council; and
amends Section '2 by striking out the word "for
eigner" HtiJ substituting " peraoii." I u all other
respects the Article in the Citil (Vie extruding lo
Sectiou CI 7 is left in full force; and a Board iu ac
cordance with its provisions was appointed, over
which the late MiuiMer of the Interior, Dr. F. W.
Iluti'liisou, presided so long at Le was in (Tut.
L'uder the authoiily of Ihe Act of TJd June, 1C,
the Peaal Laws were compiled by the lite Judge Da-'
vis aud the present Attorney (Jeneral. a j jointed for
the purpose by the JuJges of thr Supreme Court.
Iu the volume of the compiled laws na published by
them, they Lave adopted and reprinted iu exteuao
the Article of the Civil Code Sections 27 S to 217 in
clusive, as and for the eutire law on the subjtviA
omitting all notice f the eiid Act of 10th Janu jy.
In.j, uuder which I understand the Board in opera
tion at the very period of their compilation was con-'
stituted. Everybody will draw, his owu conclusions
as to Ihe cause of so extraordinary an oversight.
By the subsequent Act of 7th July, 1870, the new
Criminal Code as compiled is declated to be the
" Law of the land "of course the only law this
virtually repealing the Act of 10th Jauuary, lbC.r,
uuder which aloue every Board of Health heretofore
appointed, including tLe present one, La been
framed. Our correspondent Is apparently not
aware of the fact that the Board consisted of but
three members under the last reign Lo. P. C. A.
It is rumored about that His Excilloucy tit prei
eut Attorney tieueral Las advised tlAt th construc
tion of the present Board can be sustained under the
law; and until that question shall be settled by some
competent authority, all farther comment would be
out of place Should it result otherw ise, there teems
a simple and perfectly effectual remedy for the awk
wardness of the position (for it is no more than
awkward, no mischief or injury Laving resulted from
it.) There is no reason why the commissions of the
present Board, if found to be informal, should not
be cancelled and revoked, and a new Board of three
members simultaneously appointed, in accordance
with said Section 278; which Board, under the other
provisions of the Civil Code alcove referred to, will
possess and be legally entitled to exercise all the am
ple powers conferred by that law as transferred to
the renal Code and declared to be the law of the
Communication from the Board of Health.
'To the Editor of the J'lti lfm Cotnuifrviul Adt rrtiurr:
Sib. I am directed by Hit Excellency, the Presi
dent of the Board of Health, to furnish you with the
following extracts from the records of the Board,
relating to the cases of Messrs. Mohabeer and L.
Oa the 21t of September, 1S7J, Mr. Mohabeer
made an application for a license to practice medicine.
In accordance with Section 2, Chapter &'J of the nw
Penal Code, this was referred to Drs. Trousseau aud
McKibbin, who examined Liui 00 the 2th of Sept.
Following is their report to the Board on the subject,
which was read at its meeting of the Oth of October,
1874, and the Minister of the Interior advised In
accordance therewith :
Depabtment or InTriioB, )
Hqnolilu, Sept. 2'Jth, 1871. J
To the Honorable Board of Health
(Jentlemen : The underaigued to whom was re
ferred the application of Dr. Mohabeer to practice
medicine in this Kingdom, would report that they
met the applicant at the office of the Interior Depart
ment, at 10 o'clock this morning, when they pro
ceeded to examine Lim with reference to Lis qualifi
cations with the following result :
Q. by Dr. Trousseau. Have you any letter? Yet.
Q. by Dr. McKibbin. Have you any Diploma
from any medical school or college T No. Dr. Mo
habeer then showed a copy of tLe Commercial Ga
zette, ot Nov. .Oth, 18C', puUiahed in Port Louit,
Mauritius, which noticed a permission from the Leg
islative Council of the Llaud to Liui to endeavor to
cure lepers "
Q. by Dr. T. Have you ever studied medicine in
A. No. .
y. Do you use opiuoi.'arscuic, il potaw, inukk,
or cboroforoi in your practice
A. Yes, ou Christians only.
J. by Dr. McK. What disease do you use these
medicines iu ?
A. Laudanum to produce sleep ; chloroform di
luted in alcohol, done 10 drops nigLt and morning
for palpitation of tLe Leart and paint iu general.
J. by Dr. T. Are you a surgeon T
A. No. I Lave never studied anatomy, and I
consider it useless for the practice of iulicine.
C. by Dr. McK. Do you understand what pneu
monia is T
U,. What are the symptoms from the beginning?
A. It is a disease that arises from the liver and
runs u into the lung, causing srt of gangrene.
t y. How do you rectgiiize pneumonia?
A. The patient being in bed, I at aud af a d.t
tance, and by the appearance of Lis eyes, either
black, white or red, I understand at once whatever
disease may be the matter with him.
l. Do you put your ear to Lis chett ?
A. Yes, to hear if his Leart is beating strongly or
not. I also feel Lit pulse and Lis Leart.
O,. What medicines do you use iu inch ct ?
Cj Do you know what peritonitis is '
A. I do not.
CJ. How do you kuow that a patient ia alnVted
with stone in the bladder
A. Symptoms, iLk utioe, occasionally gravel.
There are tUrcs kiu Is of stone a fourth kind somo.
timcj in ihe kidneys.
Q. Do you ever use the Catheter as an instru
ment of diagnosis or treatment?
A. (with emphasis). Oh? jio I uue internal
remedies, au 1 gradually the atco: crumblet down in
Q. Do ycu recognize a disease culled paralyaia?
A. Yes, I y weakne of some parts of Ihe body cr
face, sometimes one tide is atlecte J
C. What is iu your cpiuiou Ihe cause of paralysis?
A. I am very touch pleased that you have otked
tLat question, as I Lave male a peculiar study of
that disease, and observed it iu all countries It
arises from the Leait, the blood gets black, rushes to
the Lead, and is distribute! in the affected aide ya
bad state, and all the nerves ling affsctel, do n
allow that bad blood to escape.
Q Do you ever Meed patients
A. Only to examin their Hood.
Your Committee dernilof the aUvt eiatuloatioo
euflicWol, dil not uru il farther TLcy wowU
a Nise the Board not lo rrcotaineol lit Mioircf
latrtior to irua a licentw to lb arplicaat.
Robbbt llcKmaia, Jr ,
II. Tw.w arraO
Oa the I'tliif August, jiat pa at, lion '.. Voli.m
well known Hawaiian, Jied io this city, tout if L
circumstance tf whoa death bavitg oorM lo tho
knowledge of Dr. J. 8 Mciirew, were of tuck a
nature at to cause tfce d.rtr to lc it Lit duty lo
report Ibeoi to the BoarJ of Health, which k t4 at
their Uieetifig of the 1st of rVpieoiber, 7U. 'fol
lowing It the doctor' ttateuiftl ill tobaUnce : "Oa
the 1Mb of An gust, Mr. Smith cvntuUrJ to with
regard la I he jrrper trtUrf4t t-f roH
that lima Uing treated ly Lim Mr Sooth UfotOeed
me that the man Lad typLoiJ frver; Vat fefy feeblti
perspiration; with great JiftVulty iw LiealLlnf Mr.
Smith Jea'ued to know If It WouVl but ! ft food rait i
for the aJasinistiatuiii of qitto; be had Mver
given any iu Lit practice, and tliJa'l know luwih
about ila u I a I viae J Lint to return luiiueJialvly
aud try and fct torn braa ly aad iwilk ioto hUo Ho
Kft uiy i fli.e teeuiiogty iu great haste 1'ho lf it Jay
I learned that PwW was leaJ, aw-l from what Mr
Smith Lituself told al iho tliuo It railed at my
otl.ee, I atu aatiafied that the uiio't death wat due in
oiite measure to the treatment be was tl-jt to. I
do not male thrte ttatemeutt oa accoutt tf any
l-eraoual auioMity to, or jealouty f Mr. fuutb; at 1
1 have uo native practlt4 whatever, auJ have never
tut uc 1 my attention lo if. During my practice of
ciht years iu Honolulu I Lav oeeu ao many raaea of
alottwt precis ly Ihe tame nature at th on I Ltvo
juat rrferrtJ lo, wltei oativet iroro escltlly Lav
Ixt-n needlcasly sacrificed by th trratmrut of lao
rant, unqualitiisl aud uuaulhuiired piacliltouett,
that 1 iave thought il my duty to pro teat agaiual it
and lo apveal to the Boar J at a body who uiifht
take torn action to prevent il in lb future."
Two casea iu which Mr. Sutiih La J. Un concernod
tomo twelve years ago, were thru brvwgLt lo Iho
tteulioo of the lioarJ, tit :
,.. n.. ii . ij.i. 1.. .r iLi S ai 1 ..n
in. ' u mv lam uaj vi . t o , iw.i, ,r. w m 11
f;iuith waa fined in th Polk Court of Hooulnln for
practicing without a lirrute.
2d. Aliut that liuie a naiiv waa Med by Lim and
died few Lourt after from eihauttion, on aoronut
aJ, Uie loet of blood. The Marshal Laving iuatiluled
a toil of manslaughter, Mr. Pmilh aolriuiily promise.!
that if Ihe proceeding were at aid WoulJ toot
practice from that time forward.
t was tueu tacet tatuei, irotu ine uct ua rrcorn 01
the Interior olfice, that a lu-etise lo practice ntediclut
had been grauteJ Mr. Smith on Iho 27 lb of Sep
On motion th Board reoouiiaeuded tha Mln'taterof
the Interior to request Mr. Smith le ret am hit
license immediately to Jj oflioo,
On the Cth Intf, Mr Smith atkoj tht Ittoident of
the BoarJ for a ropy of tL t Larget Bgaiutt Lln
TL President lold Mr. Smith L would eall a
meeting of tli Board in a few dtyt, when Lt could
be present and Lear the complaiutt aud g lv such
explanations at be taw fit.
Thia wta accordingly don on th Wh lost , and
Dr. McOrew and Mr. Smith were luvited lo be ptvtrut
Both beiug in attendance, following it an extract of
the minutea of that meeting, giving th examination
of Mr. Smith Ly the several member of th Board :
The President Stated that he bad ai'aed th voatn.
bert of th Board to meet to-day for the purwoao of
giving Mr. Smith th opportunity of antwrribg th
charget of mal-praclic made aga nat him, aud Lad
refused Lit request on the Clb Inst., for n copy of th
cLarget agaiutt Lim, thinking it better for all parties
to meet face to face before the Board.
Dr. Trousseau then proceeded to question Mr.
Smith concerning th cast of Poli, wilh th follow jug
rtult, ii :
O,. When you wir called to tee Poll, what did
ou give Lim ?
Q. What do you call tstringentt f What did tow
A. Dover Powder, Jayot'a Carmlnativt Bul-
aatn and Pain-Killer internally.
i V.- Io you call tLero attringeutt r
A. Yea. (after torn Letitatiun and tparrlug),
y. What wat Poli't condition wheu you were
A. He wat tuUcilng with Typhoid Fever; Lt
wtt very weak, pulae low and bowel tery loot.
y. What did you give Lim th first day f
A. Dover'a Powder and Carminative Balsam. I
left two or three powders lo be taken immediately
after each movement of the Lowell.
y. How much Dover' Powder do you give for a
A. 1 can't tell exactly; I lueatur it out.
y. Do you not weigh the powders rarefullv?
A. No; I don't have ecalea at Ihe LedtiJ of a
y. Do you know tL composition of Dover'
A. (After much Letitation and evasion). No, I
never made any.
y. Do you know whether thert it any tulph of
Potash in Dover' Powder?
y Do you know whether there it any ljtae in
y. It Iber aay opium in Iovert Powder ?
A. Ye. 1 believe there it.
' y. How much do you give for a doaa? How math
do you suppose you give ?
A. From 8 to 10 grains.
y. Did you give Poli any ttiwulantt ?
A. Nothing hut what there might be iu Pain
Killer. I gave Lim worn of that.
y. Did you not tell Rev. II. II. Paiker, a few
dayt after Poli't death, that when yon represented lo
Dr. McOrew' Poli' condition, he immediately rec
tuitneuded you to git Liu brandy aud milk, but
that your principle would not p rmlt you to admin
1 A. No. 1 did not.
y. Did you Lave any conversation with Mr
Paiker ou the subject?
A. I canH lay that I did not.
y. Have you a medical diploma?
y. Have you ever studied medicine f
A. WLile at college I attended medical leeturet,
an! Lave had tLe advantage of thirty or forty year
practice amongst tLe natives.
' y How did you come to get a lioena to practice
io thia King lorn ?
A. Dr. Ilutc loon tent for u.
y Did yo4. not apply for it ?
A. No, I di l not apply for U in pert. " '
y . Did yon tend any perton lo wri'ty for.'yotl ? - '
y Do you not un-loratanu the requirement of
the law ou the subject, that a practitioner mutt
present prxf of medical qualification!, aud Lave a
certific&Je from tLe Board of Health to that effect to
the Minister of the Interior?
A. I do not.
Dr. Troutaetn then read Section 2 of Chapter C
dt the Penal Cod governing the cae.
y. Did you undergo any examination in accord
ance with the law before receiving your liceutc?
Mr. Wilder asked Dr. McCirew; what would be Ihe
eff4ct of refloated dotet of ten graiut of Iover
Powder in a case of typhoid fever? Au. Highly
Dr. Trousaeau - Dover' Powder, Mr. Ku.it. in
tuch doset, ii highly poitonout, ai each die of ten
graint containt exactly one graiu of opium.
Mr. Wilder atked Mr. Smith w lot her lVIi had
been treated by native kahtinat after he wat called in
Mr. Smith, after torn explanation, laid, bo did
not think that Le had been directly; but IVli't friend
uspended the aa of Lit (Smith '1) medicine for
some hour until Le had coufeaaed Li tint, aa ac
cording to tbtir noiiona he had Ijoen guilty of moat
great wrong, for Ihe mediclnet had no t ffoct nor
would they until Le Lad relieved Li conacieuce.
At their meeting of the loth int , the Board al
vised the Minister of the Interior to notify Mr.
Smith that from Lit own statement before the Board
on the 'Mh inst., the license unJer which Le it prac
ticing medicine wat given Lim without a pre per
rompliance on Li part with the law, end en request
Lim to return the license to the Interior office.
The Secretary wat then instructed to inform Mr.
Smith that if Le desired to preacni himself for exam
ination with a view to obtaining a licente lo practice
medicine in acror Janet with the law, and prefer red
not to be examined, ty the medical tuembert of Iho
Boar 1, the preallebt would appoint other examiners.
The Secretary wat inttrncted to notify Copt. T. If..
HoLron to the nam eflecL
1 Lave (Le honor lo be your ob't. oerv't ,
Ciiai. T. Uclicb-,
Becrettry Board 4 Health,
SptfBler loib, ISTi.
w mv 'llUUt'lIt f
raer, etc., etc.
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