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OLD LUMBER AT AUCTION !
SATURDAY, : : : : SEPTEMBER 25
At lit 'cl..k A M. will he .-ol I,
IN I UK MU.lt OF Illi: IMKUM1IOML IIOILL,
Lots of Old Lumber.
C. BAKTuW, Auction r.
ON THURSDAY, : : SEPTEMBER 20th,
At 10 li'rk. k, A. 11., at .-ale-o-Kn. will lw .' J i,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Vurioty ol li'olixmcllw
BAGS OF BROWN SUGAR.
C. 9. BAKTOW. Aurt'r.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE!
ON SATURDAY, OCT. 2d,
At 12 OVkx-k, r. at AliioUni Hale, (Government House).
Ky ortW nf Mr. . t'. MA1KAI, I a (a Instructed tt sell at
Public Auction, the
Following Pieces of Land
. I.I, THAT I'IKCKOV 1,4X11 AT .MA. NO A
VAI.I.Kr, lUnd of Oahn, containing 22 OH-100 arm, dr
srrihed in Hnyal FIml. No. lZ'.o. to John flrTnuoa, as
kuleana claim 11023, part 2, section 1, division 1.
Al.rtthat PIECKOF I. A MD, containing. 9 tS loO
arrrs. described in said patent.
ALSO. A I. L. .Til AT 1MICCK OF LAND, ron
tain.ns; about 7 fci-10O acres, described in Royal Pater.t to
k.hv, N.fc 15.
AM Ala that Piece of land containing about 0 acres,
h-scribed io Royal Patent tn as t.1 Kho. Ha. M.
The above all adjoin ami consist of good kula an I Valuable
kalo lands. There is a constant stream of mountain water
running through tbem, ami as about 10 acres ronaiat of the
U-st kalo land in Matiea Valley, thia offers a very rare chpor
U all persona, to mike a first class investment. Tha property
is well known aa hating brmri; been the residence of the
Uie How J. W. E. Maikai. and lately the residenre of Khu,
deceased, &e grandfather of the orrsent proprietor.
Title perfcrt and for psrtkalart thereof, intending purchasers
are reipectfully referral to
K. T. O'HALLORAN. Esq.,' Fort St.
C. 8. BARTOW. Auct'r..
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
By Order of the Hon. Board of Education,
I shall sell at public avrtton.
On Saturday, November 14th, 1875,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, M.,
At tha frost entrance of A LI 10 LAM 1IALK,
Honolulu, Oabu, at an
'UPSET PRICE OF SO.OOO!
All the right, title and interest of the Board of Education in
and to the large tract of Land known aa the
AHUPUAA OF WAIKAPU!
SITUATED IN TIIK DISTRICT OK WAIIXKl?,
On the Inland of Maui, II. I.
Thia extensive and va'uable tract of land, centrally located be
twera East and West Maui, comprises an area of from
Sixteen to Twenty Thousand Acres,
Several thousand of which is (rood arable land-, capable of
profitable cultivation for sugar cane and other agricultural
product should a sufficient water supply be at any time avail
able for irrigation, while a much larger extent id well adapted
for grazing purposes.
Toe above property will he sold, subject to a lease having
Ave years yet to rur . Title. Koyal I'nlral.
For farther particulars enquire of the Secretary of the Board
of Education, or
C. S. BAItTOW, Aurt'r.
Honolulu, August 10, 1S75.
-OREGON SUGAR CURED STAR HAMS f
4 FEW CASES. JUST RECEIVE! FER
auT ' For Sale by EtOLLES CO.
ii:W SALMON, 187,1!
Just Arrived per Mattie Macleay.
A I JO
Extra Superfine Flour.
Lime, Pork, Hams,
Canned Salmon and
Beef, &c, &c, &c.
II. II.4CKEEI.D &. CO.
solid metal work.
TO CLOSE OCT THE BI SI-
ECKART WILL SELL AT COST !
FOK THK NEXT TUKEK jlONTHS,
X HE FINE STOCK OE SOLID
GOLD AND SILVER JEWELRY
TAULE WARE !
CANES, SIIKLL VOKK.
A.NDUTHKK FANCY ARTICLES.
Call Soon and Secure Great Bargains
ST O R E.
FIREWOOD ! FIREWOOD ! !
BOLLP.S at CO.
RECEIVED FROM TAHITI. EX
brig W. II- ALLKJf,
Superior Iron Wood,
jjr Wdl burn longer and give greater beat than any other
kind of wood. Nothing hi town a patch upon it it is the
kind- For Sale at Reasonable Rates by
au- 3. C. ALLEN.
FRESH LIME, JUST RECEIVED,
per." l. C. Murray," and P ale at lowest market
fates. : "
' S. C. AM EN.
BY E. P. ADAMS
AT AIKJTIOX !
Tuesday and Wednesday,
Si l'TKMIIKK 'ZH A S l 2H.
BY ORDER OF MR. CHUNG FAA !
FRENCH & CHINA GOODS!
VIA PANAMA K fAX IKtM'ISCH.
Manila Cigars, No. 1,
Peanut Oilf&c. &c; &c.
Union Prints, ' " " " 1 " '""
French Dress Goods,
French Fancy Cashmeres,
FIN H 1 5 1 tC) A OO I A T 1 1 !
Caps, Hats", Fancy Hats,
Ladies' Boots and Shoes
Flannel Shirts, Cotton & Woolen Pants,
Blankets, Amos. Denims. Carpet Bags,
Quilts. Frills and Ruffles.
Neck Ties, Collars, Jean Drawers,
Silk Buttons, Round Combs, Spool Silk,
c, tee., , t,c.
Heir TERMS LIBERAL.
K. F. AI)AMSjAu I'r.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
At half-past tt A.'M., at galesrrom, will be sold,
ParlJculara See Hestrrs.
1 K. V. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
ON FRIDAY, - -
- - - OCTOBER
Xt 12 o'clock, noon,
W ill tie sold for account of whom it may concern, to the high
est bidder for Ciixh, vil : (K in circle.)
No. 91 case 8 cans 1 gall ea 8 galls Signal Oil.
No. 81 case 7 cans 3 galls ea 21 galla Signal Oil.
Nos. 10, It, 12, 15, Id 6 raws 2 cans ea, 10 cans ft galls ea
60 galls Signal Oil.
Nos. 13. 14, 17, 13, 195 cases 2 cans ea. 10 cans 5 galls ea
b0 galls Crown IVtroleuui.
1 gross flat burners. 1 gross flat burners, extra.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Honolulu, Sept. 15, 1S75.
The LADIES Of the HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
THAT THE UNDERSIGNED HAS
PER "LEGAL TENDER,'
-An JClocrant Line of
1IIEU IIIHIIM W Mllintllit
OE A I Ad KINDS.
Wlitofi fr nHjtfrioriti of trorfattfmsiijt
oiiiiiot If excelled.
ARF. SOMFTIIIVi; ELEG.1T.
THESE GOODS WILL HE SOLD AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
ALSO J l' ST TO HAND
LADIES' WHITE KID SLIPPERS.
Ladien yon ttrc respectfully -invited to ex
amine these yooilx and judge for
Every pair plainly marked.
Honolulu, July 1, 1S75. 97-ly
DICKSON, 61 FORT ST.,
HAS THE LARGEST AND BEST ASORT
Kou Calabashes, Kapas, Mais,
Native Dresses, Shell ifecklaces, c, to lie f.ur.l in Ho
nolulu, and for sale at LO W I R I C ES I
In Great Number ami Variety.
PIIOTt)GHAPIl!S-A l arge if tnck of Hawsi
ian Views and Portraits
Always Hand, Sloaated on Cards, or rnmoantrd,
99J FOR MAILING. qr
OREGON SUGAR CURED HAMS,
4 FRESH LOT. I'ER J. A. FALK I NUL'RG,
r Sale Chrnp. by
IN I Oil LB. KEGS.
,OR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO
Columbia River Spring Salmon!
ECEIVED FER J. A. FALKINBl'RG,
and warranled a silendid article. For sale by
bTOSm CAaTLK & COOKE.
Per Ceylon, direct from Boston!
sirlIALEME.'S OA IIS. FROM
to ! fret lonfr, of the best quality
rr sa le bv
B0LI.E3 A CO.
I-'OK SAX" FItA.CIaSC:0.
The A. S. N. Co.'s Splendid Steamship
M ACGIiEGOK !
- -. c i x -i i a it x i .v a K it. e--, - -3
WILL SAIL" FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
On or about Oct. ISth !
All Frriht inten.lt-J f .r rlilpuirnt ir St--m-r -!I4iit
r.ifi Francisco or lhr t-loijir- iii W r---Trl iu it. l-uiPr
Wrchnu r'rre of Sloranr.
The Arn! i I r,rj H"miiOQ.e-Rri4 I r ill .Mft.-I.sc-!,Sf,
ut if 'I l rf"uih lurw ry fire.
I r F r Fffijifct and Paae, pt ay fjrtlifr i. f..rui iu. ti,
aul Apply Ui C. fcKEWKK i Oi'., AK-m
ron 'svixi:y. iv;s. v.
The A. S. N. Co. 'a Fine Steamship
sam's wfcmw aw
T- WlXD CuMMAJf tkii:.
WILL SAIL FOR SYDNEY. N. S. W.,
On or about Sept. 24th !
All Frrieht intended for Slipuifnt fr gtramrrJ either to
?a Fraaciioo cr the C'4onif will he recriveil in the Stramfr
W.irrhouse Frrr of Sfornsr.
The Agents will give a Warehouse-Kccf i.t for all Mrrclian-
ilisf, hut will not le responsible for lois by nre.
rr For Freight nd PassnRe, to i'vilury, N-w 7.eiau.) atnl
MrllM'uriie, ap'ly to
su2S C. RllhHKR & CO., Aeenta.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
MARCH A NT, t
Monday, Svpt 27th. 5 ill ....
Monday, Oct 4th, 6 ui . . . . .
Monday, Uct 11th, 6 p m.....
Monday. Oct ltth, 5pm
Wednesday, Uct 27th, & p m..
Monday, Nov 1st, & p in
Monday, Nov Sth, & lu
Monday, Nov lath, & m
Thursday, Nov 2jUi. 5 in...
Monday, Nov 24lh, 5 p iu
Monday, Iec tilli. Si p iu ..... ,
Monday, ! l'flh, p in .....
VVetluesday, lrc 22d, up in..
Monday, Dec 27th, it p ui .....
IT When there are no rattb
Circuit of Hawaii
..Circuit of Hawaii
.Circuit of Kauai
Circuit of Hawaii
........... .Circuit of Hawaii
t in ait i f Kauai
to land hi Manlaca Hv.
effort will lie made to reach HimioI-jIu Saturday I. M
(Ly On down Trips the Cleanirr will n l U avi- Ka.iluuUi until
9 A. M. or later; Mukcna until 0 A. M. or later; and Maalaea
Bay. until 8 A, M. oi latrr, without due notice of any change
Rates of Passage will be
To or from Kaunakakai, Molokai t uuo
" Uhaina, Maul.. 0 00
- " Mualaea, Maui 7 00
" ' Makena, Maui 8 00
' , " Mahukoua, Hawaii... 10 00
' ' Kawaihae, " 10 00
" Kaiiua, " , 10 00
" " Kaawaloa. 10 00
" llilo. " 12 60
" " Kau Coast " 15 00
Circuit of Hawaii, Hound Trip 22 00
To or from any I'i rt on Kauai 8 oo
Circuit or Kauai, Round Trip 12 00
Deck Passage for nut i ves only........ 2 00
No Credit for Passage Money !
TICKETS AT THK OFFICE ONLY.
No berth will he considered as- taken until paid for. Not
responsible for baggage unmarkrd or any Freight or Parcels
unless receipted for.
FREIGHT MONEY DUE OX DEMAND:
fpr An effort will be made to have the Strainer reach Ilono
lulu on the evening of the same day she leaves Maui.
SAMUEL O. WILDER, Agent.
OtBee with Wilder At Co., corner of Fort and Queen Streets.
RO'ITOW TTnwnT.TIT.U PAf!"R"ET T.TNT1 f
C. BREWER 5i CO., AGENTS.
Favorable arrangement a can altvuys be made for
Storaco and Shipment of Uil, Hone, Wool, Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and
other Eastern Ports. 3T Cash Advances made.
954 Iy C. BH KW Kit & CO.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. BREWER & CO.,AGENTS.
Merchandise received :?TORAQB FREE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
(904 ly) C. BREWER & CO.
REGULAR PACKET FOR LAIIAIJVA.
THE SCHR. NETTIE- MERRILL,
E. D. CRANE, Muster.
Will Ran Rrgularly between Tills Port and Lahatoa,
Honolnla Saturdays and Labaina every Wedarsdajs.
9i3 3ui II. IIACIM ELD & Co., Agents.
K A. TT J X DE" JSi. C? I JET T
FOR KOLOA AND WAIMEA.
i v ir i t.
Will have Regular Dispatch for the alove named Ports, on
and after the 5th of November next, until further notice.
Freight, and Passengers taken at the Lowest Kates.
962 B0LLES Si CO., Agents.
AND FOR SALE
O.N II A X D
EXTRA No. I
Iu 13 1-2 I.D.
KIiik, 2(1 I.l.
Kill nnil 25
Full weight, thoroughly packed, warranted to keep
sweet and good. PRICES FAR UELUW ANY
THING OF THE KIND IN THE CITY.
BBLS. (OLlMIilA HIYEU SALMOX !
SEASON 1875, No. I,
200 LBS. Knch, nl Kqunlly COW I'RH'Ef.
ALSO, A FEW- li tllKKLN
C. R. SALMON BACKS !
No. 1 Extra, Srimau 18?..
Two llunoretl PanuJn Enrh at $iMH.
A Few Bbls. C. R Salmon !
No. 1. 200 Ll. rah,Srn.a lS7 t.nl
the I.otv I'ricp of
Buyers are respectfully requested to call and
examine for themselves.
tCT Orilers from the Trade, City, an.l
re.pectful!$- soliciteil and promptly tilled.
E. C. rVl'CANDLESS,
FISH MARKET, STALLS S: 3.
'ER FALKINBURG, THIS DAY !
FROM PORTLAND, 0 DIRECT.
II A K It E LS CO MM BI A RIVER
SALMON, Extra No. 1 Quality. Also, Half
Barrels ditto, ditio,
ALLNCW, tintl Ii PIN KOHDER
iu7 l or Sale hy BOLLES A: CO.
PLEASE YOUR CHILDREN !
CHROMO PICTURES !
CASTLE & COOKE'S
.9 i s t it i:v i: i v i: i,
A FINE A.-K rMfcVr OF
EXTRA QUALITY PRINTS,
I.Hilir ANl 1AKK FA.-T Cult Ut5.
I ' 1 lilue and lirown WatfTprnof, cot.m an.1 wo,a, and
Fine lilak ami Oxford lKkin lllur Nil in
Fine fciue and Black Un.ad CU-th,
Baby Carriag Uufe's, UrJen Hats, Skirt Sui irter.
A No, to Arrive,
D. C. Murray &R. C.Wylie
FANCY TRIMMING PRINTS,
Bleached and I'nbleacl.cd Cottons and Sheetings,
MassisvCraa) and Dtapvrar - -
tiross Graiu Kiblwiis, Fancy Fl.wuwl Oversliirts,
i'lf and Urey Flannels,
Wh.feanil I'rab Mole-iLin, I'lub-rshirts,
White and Buff Linen I'uci.,
Fancy Linen I'rilN, White Quilting.
I'res lillan.l", llrn.lkerr!ii. I,
White Table Linen, -
Finest liet and Medium Naf'Liiw,
MriUit Netting. Navy Fl.llll.el-',
Cotton 11. e. S ai let FlaiMiel fan.-y Tvreedc,
r'ai'C.V r.raitis. Silk Oiauier,
F.tiu-y Table l'aui.: k, II ir Clolb, ili. -ii. Shoe Thread
A i. ii ted Paints and O.ls,
Oalvanize.1 r utis. I'.uls an t v a.li liasin..
Tea Kettles, T llinees. & to lt inch,
Krucini Vtrt, No, 6,
Aimealeil an ITarred' Ili'Oi. Iron, lst Ko. Id, light, i io.
I'aslor Oil, 1 ami 2, Castile up, (.'rwaiit-. ' - f
Ward Ik Pavne Kaniraroo !leei Sbi-ars, ' s. -
Curry Combs, India Rubber a:-s.'ile1i ChainoU Skins
ponj es, Caps, hnt, Fancy Bowls.
A FINE ASSORTM'T OF FILES, SCREWS
v. r AND BUCKLEY ,
(round Jamaica Uinv'er. '
Orounil Pepper and Ciniiauipn,
Pure Cream of Tartar iu bulk,
Pure Ulyc-riiie, ll Lines,
Best !ice leather. Fancy .aps, A1". Ae t r-
Goldon Gate IIour,
ALWAYS US HANI. !
carsiiKD si t;. it.
B ES I' A ND.M F.DIli.M QUALITIES
RA w si:g I KS.
COLUMBIA RIVER AND FRAZER RIVER
S J. X- TsJZL Z TXT ,
in iu:mt.lies to suit.
Downer's and Devoe's Kerosene
( 'iotnti ij Ordcrit t roniplljf attKtute.il to
ffrf Jjotrtxt Rufif. I.y
LONG LOOKED FOR
Hawaiian Archipelago !
A FEW l OPIESJI'VrREI EIVKII t't.U.
CYPH RENTS, PRICK FIVE DOLLARS.
Ato, Aiiolhrr Fine I.arjje Collrrlivn ol
BRADLEY & RULOFSON'S
CELEBRATED PHOTOGRAPHS J
jn cabinet size, and a few copies of
ELAINE and the LATE W. C. RALSTON
in imperial see, and
Arcona anil Officers,
and U. & R.'S MED LEV in 8-4 siie.
Call early for Choice Selections, or send orders which will
have immediate attention. The following is a list of cabine
His Majesty Kalakaua, His Majesty and Suite, .
. 11 Jl Ex. J. O. Dominis, Hi-i Ex. J. M. Kapeiia.
V, (X Ralston. Capt. Skerrett, Baron Ton Reibnitz
Areona and Otlicers, B. Ar K. s Medley, Palace II
Elaine, Alice Dunning l.ingard. Dickey Lingard,
Alice and Dickev aa '-Tlie Orphans." Fannv Davenno
Miss Pateman, Jennie Lee, Ristori, Anna Bishop,
De Murski, Maegie Moore, Williamson, Emerson,
May Howird, Florence Col vi lie, Neilson, Jas. Lick,
Hans Christian AnJerson, J- F. Morse. Joaquin Miller,
II. J. Montague, Mrs. JuJah, The Girards, Pensacola,
C. Massey, and other, many of them in several styles.
Orders from the other islands for cabinets left to my selection
will be Oiled at J4.00 per half dozen, or $7 00 per dozen, i
single copies, 7j cjs., and sent ty man, ir uesired.
A FEW ALBUMS
For Cabiuela ou llnud. I'ricea $10,!;
EXPECTED PER CLARA BELL,
a very large assortment of
which with what is already on I. ami will afford parti-s desiring,
an excellent opportunity for selecting.
Invoice of German and French Goods !
now en Ihe way, select, d escial'y to my order. Sjecial ord.r
. American Toys from New York !
is also on the way, and with uiy .an Frar.risco order, &i4
variety of Ooods now in stork will exceed the excellent variety
presented last year. j
CHRISTMAS GOODS TO BE OPENED
I P NOV. 15th, and HOOKS FOR THE HOLIDAYS on the
'JOth, so that parties on the nU.tr i.tlanJs ran have ample time
for their Chrintmas selections.
SoeciUeations of this ass.rtiuent will be given next month.
THOS. C. THRUM,
GO TO THE FOUNTAIN SALOON
it. C. KIBRV, PKOPKIETOI
FILL BOAKI), ij.OU F I.lt
o'clock a. M. to 9 P. M. Sun.lsys cl.we at 7 P. M
ICE CREAM,' ICED SODA, (.IVt.F.K POP, iif.,
and all good things that the Market furnishes, in feasoti. .
f. tory an assortment of Numbers received per Ce; Ion,
and for sale low by (au!4 ROLLED A CO.
UIK FCBLIC ARK IIERF.HV NOTI-
ed that JOSEPH Dl CHALSKV has no authority to
sell any Leather or material made at ihe KALAl'AO TAN
NERV, nnr to incur any expenditure on account ..f theaDi
except throufh the undersif ue..
J. I DOWSETT
Honolala.MrrhlT, 9T3. 661
(flmnif rcial 21'bbcrtisf r.
N.4 TIUHA SMT.
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t.f. Pi!! i. I
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U". I. W;
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.f th "i i'.N us.-r.
ivil :tt li.. "uuf ttll IW
tt.. r.T (iai,i-!,ii;i
lfir III tit.- A-yluni 'nul '.u- t htl I tit '! " "'rtr
It. .in lb.- liL-it J,t .f t ,-t ib.-r ti-i.
Til'' lei, Iliat Ile-l'ilV l!:.' J I I. I 'IT I tl-1 "I"
li!r-r'.'ii ir.i.l.-i ..( f
A 1 id Five humln'.l l .IU. . will t..j.iir' l
the- ptlllv t nl.Min llie t'.itillMCl N u:i!l-t f'f
tlo- l.liliiltlU'llt ol Ho- r III!.-.
Tlo- I: line id" tti- l-n.1- In i tt -ii i 1 I -t itr-il ia
lllf- I.-tt.i'-r. 1
1 he- ( it I niif lit rl"r tt.d l.in.i it-ll In ii'i-rpl
th l.itt-.-l .r :ittv it-niler.
V. I.. M..r ...t V.
MmifW-r nf the- Itilt mr.
IxTK.r.k.K Orni K, Sept. 2.tb. is7.".
On ThursJsy bst, the 'Jo-J inst.. Ilia Majesty re-
dfive l at Iol:tni ral-tce, at 12 oclik tun, His Ki
cfllency Henry. A. Pit-rce, L'uitt-.! Statta Min'mter
Ilsiiicnt, and H.-ac AJiuiral John J. Ahuy. U S.N.,
itnuianJinst the V. S. Natal Forces on the North
Pacific Station; Captain li. Gher.ir.li. U.S.N., Cou
rtian.littg U. S. Ship Ptntiicola; Vi. J. Lam I'm, U S.
S., Fleet Engineer; Ceorge Cochran, Fleet Payma
ttr U.S.N. ; Cl. James Furney. U. S. Marines; F. II.
lee, Secretary to ComuianJer in Chief U.S.N. ; Lieut.
R. E. Iniey, U.S.N ; W. G. Farewell, Pns.eJ Asst.
Surgeon, U.S.N. ; Lieut. M. K. S. Mackeuzie, C.S.N. ;
Lieut. Duncan Kenn&ly, U.S.N; all attache J to the
U. S. Flag Ship Vtnsaeul t.
AJmiral Almy, Captain GherarJi an l htsfTicers
l-ing aK'iit to Jcpiirt fi-r the Cuasl v( Mexico, catue
on thin occasion to bi 1 farewell, an.! the A.liuitsl a.l
Jressel His M:ijety as follows :
May it plfe Vopk Majmtv : L'uty requires
me to priM-ef.l to another pnrl .f the Station in Ibp
Ui tore Icaviug, I felt it ittciiiiihent iif u n.e to call
in eouipuny with the oilu'eis f the '.oju.,i,
ship with which you have lei n s.i:i'J, au l which
gave you safe passage to these islmnls, to take
leave, as we do now, and to express my sincere
thanks fur the courtesy, kindues aud hospitality ex
tended to nte, and to the oftieerg under my command
Ly Your Majesty and the pevtral ofliccrs of your
Government during "our pleasant stay or several
jiiontlis in t! e lltwaiiau Inlands.
f Not nn incident lias occurred to mar our pleasure
'4ven for a moment, but evervlhint; has been done to
contribute to our happiness, not only by yourself
and by the olhcers of the Govtrnuient, Xut by tlie
good citizens at Iarge.rto whom wc uesire to express
our erateful akoQjMJgmeiits.
The days we have parsed in these Islands will ul
ways be regarded as
" llriiiht spols on the wayside of life."
I desire to express to Your Majesty, my bent
wishes for the prosperity of the Hawaiian Kingdom
and the nation, in which myself and the ofliccrs will
always take an abiding interest, feeling now so well
acquainted with this attractive land and with its
well disposed people.
Y'our Majesty will also permit me to express my
friendly wishes for your personal welfare; that you
may enjoy good health aud conteutmeut with a long
and prosperous reign.
The good wibhos and friendly scntimeuts are ex
tended to Her Majesty the Queen, to His Royal High
ness the Trincc, aud to the members of the lioyal
To which His Majesty replied as follows :
Admiral Almy : In taking leave of you to-day, I
am reminded of the many pleasant hours which I
have passed on board your fine ship, as well as on
shore, enjoying tlie company oi yourseu ana onicers,
It gratifies me to learn that during your stay here,
not an accident has occurred to mar your pleasure
I thank you for the kind expression of the interest
which you and your oflicers feci in the prosperity of
. ti tr: 1 ll e. C- 11-
llie Hawaiian ivingaom, as neu as ior your uii-u'jijr
wishes for niv personal welfare, and that of the
Queen, the Prince and the members of my family
May yon have a pleasant and prosperous voyage,
and should you, Admiral, or any of your officers, at
any time, return to these Islands, you will always
meet with a hearty welcome.
His Majesty was attended on this occasion by II
R. II. Prince Leleiohoku; His Ex. J. O. Dominis,
Governor of Oahu; Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, His High
ness Chas. Kanaina; His Honor E. II. Allen, Chan
cellor of the Kingdom ; His Ex. P. Kanoa, Governor
of Kauai; Hon. C. C. Harris, 1st Associate Justice;
Hon. A. F. Judd, 2d Associate Justice; Cols. W. F
Allen, Edward Hoffmann and Chas. II. Judd, on His
Majesty's Staff; F. W. Reckley, II. M's. Chamber
lain ; Hons. S. G. Wilder, J. P. Kahanu, J. Moana;
nli and John Cummins.
NOTES or,TIII-: WEEK.
Postponemfst. The sale of real estate in Manoa
Valley, by auction, is postponed until next Saturday.
The next mail from the Coast it in supposed will
lie brought bv tin bark Clxra fall, to leave about
There will be a meeting of the Honolulu Ama
teur Ease Call Association this evening, at the rooms
of Engine Co. No. 1
A L.ik(jk PitocKssioN. At thrt dedication of the
Masonic Temple in New York last July, n corre
spondent infoinis us there were 23.C72 members of
the fraternity in the? procession.
Masonic. The regular monthly communication
of Lodge le Progres de I'Oceanie, No. 121, A. F. &
A. M., will take place on Monday evening next at
7.J o'clock. Visiting brethren invited.
Appoixtmext. We learn that Mr. Mark P. P.oLin-
f son Iia8 been appointed on His Majesty's Staff, with
the rank of Colonel. All will concede that the se
lection is a good one, in every respect.
v A Frexih Noiii.emax. The I-Tench Moou of war
Volta, having on board the Otic de Penthivre,
grandson of Louis Phillippe, arrived at Victoria,
V. I., on the 7th inst. en route for San Francisco.
R. A. CntiTr:n. We are requested to say that
there will be a special meeting of the above body
this. Saturday evening, at 7 o'clock, at the Hall
of Lodge le Piogres tie TDceanie. Visiting breth
f Y. C. Ra.sTONT A fine portrait .f the deceased'
financier of California nny be seen in Thnim'.
bookstore. It without question a good face, and
the man's character for benevolence and liberality
i-i stamped thereon.
s A Pr.oriTr.r.K Vistron. Iuring the seven
months and more that the V. S. S. Pmirm.l't has re
mained at the i-latids. it is estimated that she has
disbursed about K0.fiO'), or at the rate ol 10,0o0
fjFJ'Ainhti.- -The Post-oflice lookout, to which we
referred lat week as being in an unsafe condition,
has now been thoroughly repaired, new and flout
frame timbers put in, and otherwise made in good
A Tkstimov.w.. On Wednesday last, the lion.
(Jo.lirey Rhodes forward-.'d to Admiral Almy for
the band T the ',. ir..i. the sum of 210, con-ttibiit.-d
by the citizens of Honolulu a a token of
their appreciation of the On" mu-ic afforded by the
band at tin? -Tuesday evening concerts, of which
thev have eiveti a ntimlfer during the stay of the
fhin in port. A letter w.n received from the
Biiral accepting the present on behalt of the
Native Pokkk Pi aVki.s.--Any day in the week,
a score and mote of able bodied native men. (with
occasionally a woman) may be seen under an
awning near the foundry, whose buxy hammers
and rattling machinery should put their idleness to
shame, spending the lime from morn till night in
plaving cards. The slakes nre matches, tlie autt
a single pa kage. and these are seen lying in piles
in front of the players. Aside from the public
scandal of sduggish idleness, the nurse of sin."'
why.it may be a.k-d, ui not thei.e afeitiblages
I. .r gambling broken up by the police? The law
s " Vhwer by playing at rani--;, or any other
game, in.- or loses any Mini of money, oe tli'mj of
iihi'. is guilly !' gumilig " it is ptilii-hulde by
fine or impi isonnienf .
I M r. .iy ).
i t):. - A r.-u1y i::r 'i!..l o k ii a
ju it! Jl'pvT'.t uilivr) bc::i; In tK.t.bt
; .-.; i .n
l. :t .it
the iloor in
it int. rlie
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I'.a:i 11 k-i t (Uu A.M'jrut) .Til Uwn
fr.ni Ko! wV.t nil. r ctt-.- T.t ! irrt-ity f r.t;I
a:.l ! n nr.l .kpj'tl t ' tl- I'irrnit (Ymt al
V..im ! l.. n rrl, rw.-il fr. nt pri- vi ) i i:',;
... ii t , M.iti of $2 Cu V
Mric tin A FT : v-
-The 1-an l will tlltllenft,
p!sylK at Foots. Sjiiarf at
is tS rrcgrarurne :
I a Hai o ka M-I. Feast Vifh. .
Or. rt ir. Opera, NabttCdedoouanr
B:ne fW t. YVMa, ty jrunt ...
t-rim. ti-r. I a. Dam H.twl.
I .41m Ttfl Mx I ore. l.il
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o clxk. I oil. sting
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f N' I'm rr r rr Citi Snif yer.r p iiK-re1
t pee. !! !".i.-ii' ! iii !!! mi ttie l..wir ! tTt. IV
ptittiieiit . l.i.Uy rricki-.l. -pi.i!itij il l-ne
j..t Vr-l'Hel I V !!' b. it . bSrli'd li'dit (h
lower and l ik.-ti I lh' f-i;ndr. wIk'H it will be
bt.-kfii up fid n-n-i Thio a n.-l job f..r nr
f. 'ni.li iii.-n. lM I voiu .letriluiti.,! I.k iMa4Mlsii
Itir-ir i--l ti.H llitl lhi- i ll do nbotll atrlMl.itV
in ttie-ii line. f lift.' : it ;t'l be J.iiii- al.lo
1'li ..l i to ll tti-t'u-d tt"l f.ir It. mi tb); p.Min.W.
lilf hill. I. tt'.--1 lie 1le.rs. I e.fer, ship
wrii:!.t. h ire laid ihe keel ol the new nrhoftner t.
be built between now and next January lor Messis-
Campbell l,Tiutc'r, at their j .'.rd on ll I j-jna4.
and 'are n..w buy In gelling out tlx 'frame? Tni
is almost entirely of i-1atid timber. Itn and o.'.i
pre.lmiti-itiii)r. and of the lot liter some beautifully
grained fyie'iiuteti aie ln-i tijf ui tkt-d up into lib
and knee. The d'lllne lli.il so iinpiem-s one
t'leuliere about lon. U agrublv doipated on
taking a valk Io the end of ihe ll-plana.e mid
lookuiir at the scene of Ihihv SiVlnHrV the. . .. .j i
J &XStuii New i Ant. Wi Jial the pleasure
jof a visit yesterday from Professor Richtcr, who
fcave us some practical and extremely interesting
illustrations of his method of sketching from nature.
.We Bay extrenitly interesting; for the ty stem will
t rove a never ending source of amusement Io those
who acquire it, and of great value in many
branches of science and of practical iuduaiiy. Like
rdher valual.le discoveries, when explained, we ,cx-
elaiUJ - Mow simple ! btrauge that it was ix-vtr.
known before! Ihe Prifeysor prcp-'.-cs to make
somewlial ol a st y amoiij; u4, an.l He a ltise our
readets Io be tore and lake a lesiii .f loin, at
r'ullei's rotlve i oilier if Oi-ipliin street , I
Misnv lloiiobilit has enjoyed very musical
summer ; nut owly has I lie season pasted to the mu
sic of weekly subscription performances of the Ha
waiian Land and its pleasant Saturd.iy evening gir
deu concerts, delicious .Tuesday evenings with the
baud of the Vfiiiitrulu, und luoie occasional hours
Willi the Lands of the Itipuhr and ChalltuRtr, but
we have had M'lle de Murska, and with her one or
two accomplished instrumentalists. Iu the list of tbt
musical pleasures of the year Mrs. Henry Robin on's
Concert of last Tuesday evening deserves to Le enroll
ed. It is true that Ihe performers were all amateurs,
and in several cases young learners, unaocunKsmed
to perform in public ; Lut, if so, we Lave cause to
congratulate ourselves upon the possibilities of Hon
olulu society in the future, and to these young tyros
the criticism and encouragement of a kindly audience
may be a very useful thing. The treat of the evening
was Sir Heury Iiishop's well-known song, "Tell me,
my heart, by Mrs Paty, and hardly less pleasing.
though probably more scholarly, tins lady's render
ing of a cavatiua from " 1'rnani," the pianoforte ac
companiment to t io tit nieces being played by Mrs.
Davics. The duett between Miss Castle (pianoforte)
ana .Mr. Harnard (violin), and Miss Castle s subse
quent rendering from memory of an Intricate piano-
lone composition cf Weber, also deserve! very high
mention, i lie evening, one or lngti amateur excel
lence, was occupied by the above mentioned pieoes.
vocal duetts respectively between Mrs. Paty and Miss
llobron, Mi$s Ilobron ana Miss King, and Miss Maud
Dudoit and Mr. Breed ; a pretty song of Carl
Abt, by Miss King, accompanied upon the piano-
i.rta nrtil : i .1 i t l.u ! utt Pnntlu nn.l fa m a.rawl
vs - iouu j j t'lica vwniiu asiv vi 1701 Uni va f
Claribel's ballad, "Maggie's ecret,,, by Miss liernie
I'arke ; the well-known eong to Kingsley words,
" iurce I ishers, by Mr. Ureed : and a rather diffi
cult pianoforte solo of llerz, played Ly Miss Hopper,
together with a madrigal and two glees by the chorus.
most of the accompaniments being played by Mrs.
Letter from the Rev. Lowell Smith.
To tht JJdilor of Uie Vnrific ('inutninl Ailrrrlitwr :
Sir. Much has been said in the AuvntTiniR'aud
(! a telle of late about physicians, doctors licensed
and not licensed; and several allusions Lave been
obviously made in reference to myself as a medical
practitioner among the llawanaus.
, In your issue on the 1 8th inst, it appears that
special effort has been made Ly the foreign memut-rs
of the Hoard of Health to prove me guilty of mal
practice, and that my license as a practicing physt
cian ought to Le taken away.
The scribe says that he gives the tutstance of the
minutes cf a faceting of the Board cf Health, held oa
the Ist inst.; but what he says is so garbled, and in
several instances incorrect, that justice to myself
and the cause of humanity demand from me a brief
statement of the case. '
On the K'tb of Auguf, Mr. Poli was taken ill
with fever, and sent his wife to Ir. Troufseao's
drug store for a cathartic. He took the dose which
operated powerfully all night, and paused off into a
regular dtarrhu i, which he very unwisely allowed to
run on for J on r Jaytand night. On the morning
of the lull, 1 was calleJ in as Ins medical adviser.
fter examiBinx his ease, I told him that he was a
very sick man, and nigh unto death. And I advised
him to send immediately for one of the foreign phy
sicians. tut lie said no; be wUned no Miytictun
but myself, and that I must not forsake him.
I immediately gave medicines to check the uiar
rho-a; lr. Jayne's carminative balsam, and I 'over's
powder. I visited him three times that day and on
one occasion I rubbed his bowels thoroughly with
pain-killer, and gave hi in some to take internally
with boiled milk, according to the direction, to relieve
a colic pain, which Lad the desired eth-ct. lor
nourishment that day, I prescribed arrowroot and
boiled milk. In the course of MX hours his diarrhu a
was relieved; but his pulse continued very feeble
cold clammy sweat on Ins forehead, and a bad cough.
On Tuesday the I ah, I went and explained the
case to lir. .Mo urew, and abkcl what he wonl l
advise in such a case? He said, "ret a pint cf
brandy and mix with a quart cf boiled milk, sweeten
it with loaf-sugar, and give a spoonful at a time.
every hall nour or so. Oo," said he, "to Mr.
Dillingham a store, and have one cf his clerks ret
you a pint of brandy." I hastened to the store, Lut
it being 12 o'clock, the clerks had all gone to dinner
Providentially, however, Lr. CuiomiDgs was in
the store and I tol l Lirn about the case and Le
kindly offered to go wtth me and sec him. After
examining him a while, he said " If he was my
patient, 1 would give hiru (so and Then said
, please prescribe for him in my lehalf. He pre
pared medicine in a tumbler, and directed to give a
tcaspoohful every hour. He also ordered beef-tea.
and raw eggs beaten up in milk for nourishment. A
native man present said he would obey the directions
given. But towards night, Poll's friends came
around Lia, and advised him to stop takinr medi
cine, and spend the night in repenting cf bis vio
late! covenant vows, bo the night passed without
his taking medicine; and the next morning when we
visited him, he was obviously failinc fist. The
symptoms were all very alarming. Dr. C, however.
prescribed again but he continued to fail, and die. I
about eight o'clock that evening. This is a brief
account of my treatment of tlie case from Monday
A, m., till he ibed on Wednesday evening.
.(in nedtK flay, the 1st of September, one of Uie
foreign members of the Board tf Health sent me
word through Mr. Dillingham that I ought to return
my license to practice medicine to the Interior De
partment forthwith, and huh up all remarks that
would otherwise be made; for complaint had been
made before the Board of Health that I gave ertom
salts to Poli, when tick with typhoid fever, rLlcb
had run him out of the world. Jowir Je evening I
received the following peremptory unexplained note
from the Minister of the Interior :
Department of Imfriob,
Honolulu, September 1st, 187o.
Rev. L. Smitit, JSuuanu, Honolulu :
Dear Sir. I am directed by His Excellency the
Minister of the Interior to request you to return ta
this office immediately the license to practice n.e li-
cine, granted you on the 27th cf September, 1870,
and to cease practicing Irora thlg Hue forward.
I have the honor to Le your out serv't,
CUAKLCS T. CvLICff,
Secretary Board i f Health,
reeling assured that there was a EuisiTsome-
where, I ad lressad the following lines to His Lxcwl-
lency the Minister f the Interior, and President of
the Board of Health :
Sib : Ai we live in a ('htiMun I in I, and where
tba rulers prtfoM to Le govtrnel 1 Chri-t!l prln-
C'l'i-w; ia ia If
li! f-nge f ! .. ''is. M i
1. 1 Iminlre i ' V ft oar lw tul
mlcrf fcf l he Jcwi
any man, Ufore it near tutu, an i anew wuai i
doetU?" JvhoTfil. v - i
I'uriojc tht time IhaT I Lave bill rry license
(nearly five years), I have 1-n In ectiitanl pra. tic
am; of the Il.wa Uoi; tai UJ , added to th- tf?f1.
etice of nearly 40 year grrvkt tdy tf tin raw
est. Las surely given tae aoaia r tit t f 1 luylf
cr'tnpc-trnt to continue my rtdi;l It-r among
them. I a very d.f.cu't cases . I have ei:?vlt I
some r-Zewr l-eat f hyw. iaas. . J L
I protect that I have l-era guilty of no ntvlprart '
And I stand ready IVr an Invrwtijjatiou tfer the
Board cf Health f any rise hatr l.sd in rr.arg. t
iVrefhre pray your luxllror i a'd. asicti a
tntesf gaticn tforvT taking awsy vtry tteei.a. wtr4
thus debarring me from laboring funhrr to rr'.ievr
the -uflVriog cf tLls poor people.
I have lb L.Hi. r t il-eycur b't r'l,
. j, - I . , Lowru. i m.i,'
o the Oh inst , I sent the fallowing dole to ihe
Minkstrr ef tte Interior s . .
lloVOLltl, Srpllll.ber Clli, lt7"
. ..." aa.
Tu f.iftHtucy He .Vouei of (he tr t
Stw. I mpectfully tue that you will ern f
a opy f the charge wt.Wb have Un preferied
jnt me, tfore the Board if lUalib, as the rv-aaoa
f..r cimtuanding iim to return my lu.f nsr to lh lute,
tier Ivpartment: and alo the ii' or nartire of my
I Lave tlie Loaor to I your ob't im iv'I,
Low six r.Mirii
Dr cab 1M t t or Utisioa, t
Honolulu. X. j l f.th, IK7.V i
Tn Itrv. L. Swim r N'ir. TUe Hoard will L4d a
me'titig on tVeJuelay, Septembet Mh, at 10 A. M.,
at the Ooverniueut House, roots i-f the Minis trr cf
luleiior, to litrn to your rrijuert; yea will there for
come prepared to pleaJ your owa cause.
lours reepelf'lj, Vt. L. MoriioKt A.
1 thea went in person to Ike Interior ctTioe, but all
the information that I cowkl get, either frosa the
Minister or Lis Scribe was, that lr. MoUrrw was
After this I Lad two intense s with lr. Mcflrew;
one on the side-walk, and th other in Lis ofhoe. I
asked Lint if be Lad made a taletnetit before the
Board of Health, that in my trewtuirnl cf Poll's can.
I Lad given him joiii sain? lie said yes; thai Le
Lad said nothing behind my Lack that Le Would not
say to my face. " I said that whew yoe railed to ret
a tonic for tha eiok man, row tuld ue that yow Lad
given Llrd salts, and I said, rpaotn salts U a wry La i
medicine to give in typhoid fever."
I replied to him, doctor, you certainly are mistaken,
for I had uo conversation with you Low I Lad treated
the case, w hat medicine I La I, or Lad nut glvru the
sick man. But 1 I old yon that the rasa sent hi
wife to Dr. Trousseau' drug store lor a etliailie, an J
it had purged his bowels four days aud bights; that
I had succeeded in checking the diartloi a, bill Ihe
man was very fei-ble, eispiratioU, hiccough, &c;
and I Lad called to emi-ult you in K feri nce to a suil
able tonic. At uty interview in the doctor's cmce, I
asked him to give me a ropy ef Ihe charges which lie
had made U fore Ihe Board of Health; but he refuted
to do so. He said he Lad just rrcivd a oosnuiuiit
calion informing him that there were ersona In
towu threatning Io prosecute hi in in Ihe sum of ten
'mum'!'. Julian for tild, iu ease the Board cf
Health shotiM tale away my licence; Le said Lowrm
that Le was net afraid of the prieoutU..n, Lut wuwl l
go to tLe Board and get the notes which Le Iff. there,
and write them cut in full
Oil the Vth lust., tLe day. of my trial before lb
Board cf Health, Dr. Metirew Leing present, called
for Lis manuscript cf complaints against me; the
principal charge being that cf giving epeoia salts to
a man sick with typhoid fever. This 1 donled as in
correct; for I Lad not given Lltn rpsoui salts, and I
did not tielieve be nod taken a particle of salts from
Ihe time Le wat Ukrn sick till he went td Lis grave.
Now, Ix hold, en the Ibtb inst., when the report i f
the Board cf Health is published to the world
although administering salts, wan the grave! charg
that had been made agulnat me, yet when the tut
tlnnre come out, the ealta Lave all Uiaiieared :
probably have been "oast cut aud troddru under
foot of men." A most wonderful transformation of
things since the first day cf this month. , .
hy the foreign members of the Board should lur
iu two cases cf some 12 or 14 years standing Is difh-
cult to understand, unless beonusc thry taw that tha
epsom salts were all dissolving, and thry wished
something substantial to fall Lack upon. But as the
statements cf the Board cf Health are luoorrecl lu
Loth cases, I will mention lutiio faols In relation Io
Ves, I was floe! Id the Teliee Court, otM fV" rrJ
tiring, Lut for telling medicines without a lioetise.
The clrcumstanoei were Usees f I was la the Lr.blt of
receiving a trifling remuneration for the medicines I
dispensed, eo that I coald purchase more. After a
time I was told tiy one in authority, that if I did not
desist, I should become amenable Io the law which
forbade "selling goods without a license."
I then consulted (wo or three gentlemen Conner ted
rith the government; one cf whom was Prince Lot
Kamehameba, aud asked If I might take up a con.
tribution among my people to purchase medicines,
and then dispense them gratuitously? Thev all re
plied" yes." I did so. auJ this worked well till
natives came from remote parts cf the inland, who
had contributed nothing. Bat on Leing I u formed
bow the roedioines were obtained, thry cheerfully
contributed their liapawulu and hajtaha, to cuubhj
me to replenish my little stock of medicines. But
this was not exactly a ooDtrlbutlon like lie first i and
on its coming to the ears cf one or two cf the guar J.
tan oj the law. It was construed Io Le a breach cf
the statute, and I was fined Ly the Polioe Court in
the sum of fire dollar, tfor tn adirlnr without
ticenu. But my good friend, the Hon. John li,
very soon restored the five dollars to me,
In reference to the prosecution for manslanililrr. 1
will say, that a native man living In the fatinlj' cf a
Mr. Stuart, died cf lock-jaw-Anot Ly Llendlne to
death, as in the repot t cf the Board cf Health.) and
as I Lad Lied Llm in the arm a week or ten dnys pre. .
vious, an attempt was made to prove that this Lleed
ing Lad been the cause cf Lis death. Several rdivsi-
cisns, including Drs. Judd and Hilli-brand, also His
Lx. K. V. uylhe were called In to examine the ease;
aud they, every cue, declared that the opening of
Ihe vein bad been done in a Hifect manner, and
that the wound waa perrcllv heated.
At my trial before the Police Court, aome five or
six Honolulu doctors were present, and were individ
ually aeked Ly the Attorney General, if in all their
practice, they Lad ever known locked-Jaw to follow
from Lleeding in the armf And they individual
said no; Lut Dr. McKibbin, Sr., said be believed Le
Lad read of one. There Leing i,o evldenoe ct guilt,
the case was quashed Ly the prosecuting Attorney
entering a nolle tiro. The court then adjourned
without a verdict or any kind; and no pledge cr
promise was demanded of the eocused.
home parts of the erlractv( the minutes cf mr
examination are so twisted, garbled and met amor,
pbosed, as to make me appear quite ridiculous. But
I shall now pass over them all without note cr com
ment, except one.
Jo the question; "Do you not understand the
requirements of the law on the subject, that a prac
titioner murt present proof cf medical uualifloations.
and bave a certificate from the Board cf Health Io
that eCect from the Minister if I ojterior' To this
question I made no rr ply. My til, nee they construed
to be Ignorance cf the law. But eo far from being
ignorant cf the law, I remember distinctly when tha
law was first promulgated. And I said at the time,
" that law now Las been enacted to prevent tne from
practicing medioine among the naUvu ln Hartd-di.
Hut my paiiBtiionifs, knowing my eyuinafliles and
w illingness to prescribe for them in oases cf sickness.
have repeatedly petitioned the Legislature t f lJow
me to practice medicine among them, Lut without
now i oitTAtvrn mr I kt.ii.sk.
The members cf th Board cf lleulih ul.! ieil III
know bow I obtained my Irvenve. And I (old
them that when Dr. N. O. Clai k, Kerieti.ry of ihe
A. B. C F. M., Boston, was her lu 10. the belmr
nfilh ted with a bad congh). I leppe, i,u, my office
and prepared ft pLiitl of cough medicine, such ni I
often make f.,r my own family and rtfW. uad re
quested him to sip that a little, and peihups il
Would relieve bun. Somt-tiinw ufU-rwaid. he said
to me, Dr. Smith. I have tlie. I n variety of medi
cines since J left Boston. Lul I have found iiolhl'.,g
eouai to tills. Ihls led me Io reinmk I hut u.w
church and congregation were very anxious that t
should prescribe for them in ca e of nick nee ; and
that they bud swtiiioned tns rVglslatur aen-rnt
years in succession, praying ibi-rst I'J give inn n
IiceniM: to practlcM medicine, but without success.
"Well,'' said Dr. Clark. "I will go and havn a
talk with the Minister td Ihe Interior, for I think 1
can pen.itide Lirn to glvu you a liconj." J!of..ir
lie n it lor Hoston. I heard Ihut Le hud Lad two oi
three intv rvl'ws witli Dr. Hutchison on the subject.
Aii'l one. day Dr. J. . roulli. cf KoToo. brought
u a inesHiigi Honi Dr. tlark. my ing, Ihe way is
prepured for you to get a Iicii)i to prsctlco medi
cine. Some few wei-ks after Hint. Dr. J. Motl
mith informed me that Dr. Hutchison would like.
to see me at his clllce. Culling there, U doctor
asked me if I would not Ilk to Lavo a licrriwo to
practice uieclicio among the natives! Hold Lliu,
I slinula like it If u was in Lis power to giro roe
Vine, lie said it was in Lis power, and he. would
do so. Accordingly Lo then and theie, on the 27tli
of September, 1 7U, gave me a license to prarllc
.medicine in the dintrict of Uon lulu, Hawaiian ll
amis. And I urn not aware) that my condui t Law
been such that It ought to Lo taken away,
i The foreicu members t if Ui. mrsc-nt Board of
Health Lav advised His Ex. W. L, Moebonti.
liuister of the Inteiior, to take it from rue. It Li
KxcHleucy Is of age, and in a position lo confirm
ot annul the dohiga id has uHJefsnr1' ntnl 'I
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