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Kauai and three years and six months at the Settlement, pays,. some lepers in irons on account of adultery. Did not think
mm. iici BHuncu i:ry sunt indications oi leprosy th
when she came here, but since her stay at Kalawao, the dis
ease lias developed very rapidly. She lias a child, a boy, five
years of ae, now living at "Waimea, not a leper, and in
the enjo-ynient of trood licalth. This case was ihctorarheri
No. 2. .
Kahuna, a man, forty years of age, and two years and six
montns at Jvaiawao. ms body indicating peculiar leprous
blotches and marks, and notable swellings in the groins, was
piiuiugrapneu as o. a, out owing to defect of focus, the
Diotcne3 do not appear in photograph.
Kaluhi, a boy, seventeen year3 of age, from South Kona,
Axawan, anu ai tne settlement three years and six months
photograph No. 4.
Kalamau, a woman, fifty years of age, from Honolulu, and
uuii at jvajawao me years ; a poor helpless creature whose
palsied and fingerless hands had to be held to enable the pho
tographer to take an impression. Xo. 5. The feet of this
case, without toes, all destroyed bv the erosion of lepro-y
ic musuaiuu III aAO. U.
e law should be so taken in hand by persons not consti
tuted judges, and certainly should not be enforced against
such unhappy wretches as the lepers. He had once been put
Kahainu Complains that lepers were taxed. Their horses
and other animals in the Settlement should be exempt.
Kaakau Complains about burial of lepers. If 32.00 can-
.-.4. 1 - 1 "V "II 1 1 1
nut procurcu. xo comn win oe supplied to a deceased
leper. Says that sometimes he has only received three cakes
of hard bread a9 a day's ration of food.
ADDRESS OF THE LEPERS TO THE COMMITTEE OF THIR
TEEN OF THE HON. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
Xohles and Representatives appointed by the Honorable Assem
bly of the Hawaiian Kingdom, appointed as a Committee of 13,
you have been chosen to come hither and meet us, whom the law
las separated to patiently remain on the edge of this living grave
put away by those who have no pity for the body or the soul.
We beg herewith to present our respectful regards to you, gentle
men ot the Committee ot the Honorable Assemblv XV i tY.oI
J V. V. A
lonored in being afforded this opportunity of laying before you the
statement that we are not well taken care of bv tlio
Xaluaai, from Kalihi, Oahu, fifty-six years of age. At
Kalawao five years. Photograph Xo. 7.
wf Ostrom, a native of State of Xew York, America,
hfty-nve years of age, three years and six months at the Set
tlement. Xo symptoms of the disease till about six months
before coming here. "Vfnr. himsnlf tn, i.r nvnn,;,,n,i i. r.
Knders, and when satisfied that he had the lieo vnlnntnrilvl ircaIt,, tI,at bunes allve the bod,es of mcn Sifled hY the Almighty
carne to this Settlement. He feels satisfied that his case is hvith hnmortal souls.
incurable. Would be willing to surrender his body to be
ttwvuiuu ii necessary lor the benefit of medical science.
wants to die. llis feelings are terrible Vnlnufnnlr Fnol .
ns Terson to be Tirmtno-mr.r.nil tt; .o i..i ;n, "."'
tration of leprosj-. Large swellings in roins Avhich often L,cProsr to tfc11 to yu aI our troubles, which are these :
suppurate. (According to outside information, he was an as- First We do not have a sufficiency of proper food, such as h.ir.l
- .a x r . i
-isiani ior some xars in tlie Jiospital at Kahaina. Tfe took noi. to which Hawaiians are aMnstnmP.l
icpci i auums to live with him, m order to treat them Second-Six pounds of beef a week is not. ..ffi,;,,,
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The Challenge Standard
PATENTED March 5tb, 1553, July 16th, 1S67. Ke-issueU IecttnLr iT0
MARK is on each rackas.'.
-See that cur TRADE
AT THE CEXTEXXIal EXHIBITION FOR a
Iff M IrhYV
Indicating the Highest Merit of any of its class either in America or Europe.
LXTCACT FROM THE REPORT OF THE CEXTEXAUL COlUlssiOSroS
li.Pff ei"s "Attainable by the old method of combining .
1. i,uv 11U AJJ(
exposed to the air.
Extract from report of the Committee of the
rich, glossy surface, and
It can be
industrial Exhibtion of the Mechanic
San Francisco, 1S77.
And we feel honored to-day in receiving a
gracious and beloved Sovereign on the Throne of the ponntrv in.
- "j ,
for cure, and the disease
Tl.ntnrrmr.il V 8 mr . i e x - e a , ' liice ana biscuit are no
i iiotograpn No. represents a front view of Ostrom, and ,
photograph Xo. 9, a back view of same case. because we are not used to them.
Ivaapu, a man from AVaimanalo, Oahu, the witness who
lestined to the digging of graves. Photograph Xo. 10.
ianoe iparaima, a man thirty years of age, about two
years at Ivaiawao. A case to illustrate the loss of eyebrows.
.is uiu oi me enecw oi leprosy. 1'hotograph Jso. 11.
Crowningburg, a half-caste. Photograph Xo. 12.
furnished with sufficient clothing by the
a sufficiency of kerosene to
Puukie, a man from AVaiohinu, Kau, Hawaii, about thirty
years of age, and four years and six months at Kalawao.
Complains that he is not a leper, lie appeared very well and
strong, and the physicians considered that his case should bo tbr.
subject of farther consideration
John Cason, a man, a half-caste, about thirty-five years of
age, five years and nine months at Kalawao, a badlv diseased
leper with hands and feet and face much excoriated and in
state of suppuration. His wife and child with him, and
m,iint-r ui inese two snowing any signs of the disease.
Kekanehailua, a man about forty years of age, a leper,
complains that he has been confined in prison and fettered'
with irons, charged by the Superintendent with makin"- a
disturbance, complains that lie and others were offered the
meat of bullocks that had died by accident ; that had fallen
down the precipice back of Settlement. Kapapu, a former
witness, testifies to the truth of this statement ; and also con
firmed by Father Damicn.
- a - - 7 " T-t
"Cl-tmi:u iu every incmuer oi ine committee that his fea
tures indicated a very marked case
that the food is bad for him, and prays that the Board of i
"l,,"u uuun mm a smaii sum instead ot the food rations
TViTiifiTfi?r7o onI TTooTT-n , - . .. -ii t i t
i iiic-u, iuung wiin jdoeKauiiane
a woman, and all lepers much diseased, live in a thatch hut
10 by 8 feet, and open to weather.
Keoni Kahiapo, with his wife Makal
1 ' 7 " - - i . mm, t4
. x i-iviuiu, ii man, native oi dieshirc, -t-ngJand, comn
iuul iie nas oeen wrongfully sent to the Settlement, and
his disease is the result of malpractice in mediino w
.1"uj-'"3 i" a Kiiiriit uoard nut. iu hv s fpff
Said the lumber cost him $02.87 ; bought of Wilder & Co
xne jie is a leper, mucn distiLrured with the lisfnn T
Fourth We are not
Board of un-IIealth.
P'ifth We are not provided with
light our houses.
Sixth During several months past we have been entirely de
prived of soap with which to wash our clothes.
Seventh We are not provided with a sufficiency of water buck
ets, nor bowls, plates and spoons.
Eighth The Board of un-Health has not provided us with
proper dwelling houses enough.
Ninth We are not provided with enough proper medicines ;
neither has a physician ever resided among us during the past
eleven years, roin? on twelvp.
Tenth We complain of the Superintendent and the head police
man neie, ior mat they imprison lepers without cause, whereas the
law is not over lepers, they are all outside of law, seeing that
they are dead; therefore why should they be twice or thrice pun
ished, thus increasing their troubles and injuries?
The foregoing ten reasons constitute the troubles of which we,
all the lepers, complain; and if the Board of un-Health are unable'
to remedy these complaints of the sick, then it will be proper that
UK at-L ai noeriy to return to their own homes. We
pectfully tender to yon our aloha.
(Signed,) A. W. B. Nahakualii,
i M'XE.D J'AINTS.-Your Committee has been at
considerable pains to come to an equitable decision on the
claims of the three exhibits competing under this head. The
awards claimed being forthe IlKeT KEADY MIXED PAINT
" The points to be determined come under thre- heads-
First What means, if any, have been used to secure
the continued suspension cf the pigment in the liquid, and
how far have they been surcesslul.
" Second What are the working qualities, and which
would secure a durable and opaque tout, at leant eu-uene
' Third W hat are the respective merits of the compet
pain1ta?lWaSt0'erman''"CV aDd duraUuitV as an outside
The third point is dropped from
mittee, after testing on the first and second points, and the
report continues . ' As regards the third point, the Commit
tee took pains to inspect a number of houses where the 'Rub
ber and the -Averill' had been used, and also procured a large
amount of testimony on the subject from various sources.
" The most promjpent objection to the ordinary Oil Paint
is that after a certain time, especially if exposed to the'
weather, it becomes brittle, cracks, and tends to scale off, at
the same time becoming more or less 'chalky' on the surface
This is owing partly to an absorption of the oil by the wood
and partly to a true 'weathering out' of the dry oil from the'
surface, thus leaving the pigment exposed."
Referring to the "Kubber Paint" the report continues
the testimony goes to show that it is. mnr. .,.
peel off' than. Ordinary Paint, or than the Averill Paint
As to its durability, the Committee are of opinion that the
short time during which it has been used, does not admit of a
fair comparison with the Averill Paint.
"In theAveriil Paint a kind of varnixh body is given,
apart from the pigment by the Silicate of Soda, so that even
its v ixible covering power does not fairly represent the actual
amount of protective covering given by a coat of it. From
testimony collected, the committee are of opinion that it
has proved itself superior to ordinary Oil Paint, in the preser
vation of a fair surface under exposure to the weather, both
as regards the tendency to crack, and the absence or 'chalkl-.n5S8-.'nyie,wof
all the facts, the committee award to the
'Averill Paint' the Medal for General Excellence as a 'Mixed
The following is a specimen of the thousands of testimoni
als sent us by those who have used the Averill Mixed Paint
and the testimony cf such names admit of no question as to
its superior merits.
READ AXD BE CONVINCED.
i.es Angeies, uai., Feb. 9, 1S78. California Taint Co , San
Francisco, Gentlemen I had occasion a year ago to express
my favorable opinion of your paint. I can only say that time
confirms the good impressions I then had, and that the Ilich
fechool Building in this city, which I Painted with the Averill
Paint three years ago, is the b.-st kind of evidence of its supe
riority over all other paints. Many prominent citizens have
used your paint here, and all seem as well satisfied as I am
1 should always recommend it, and should use no other myself
c . . , , Sincerely, JAMES S.FRVE.
Santa Monica, Cal Jan 26, 1STS. California Paint Co . San
irancisco. Gentlemen: Since our town was started three
years ago, we have observed closely, and have had an excel
lent opportunity of comparing the Averill Paint with White
Leadand Oil, and other mixed paints. Our experience has
been, that the buildings painted with White Lead and the so
called Kubber Paint, have scaled off and chalked, while the
Averill Paint has stood firm, showing to-day as solid as ever
and we have not heard a single complaint from any one of the
numerous purchasers of your paint.
Very respectfully, W. D. VAWTEU & Co."
this climate that I lf Ll' sr." lK P" for
nestly recommend the AveriU M.l w , oTiZ'
ng an economical and durable paint. Yours truly
Olympia, W. T., January 19, 1STS. nVS
rS nJ StrikM aoJ rlofure the pa nt uTd Lead
come under my observation, that the A ll rill V aTnt"L be
us.d, it has given entire satisfaction. Yours truly"
st it...... . Robert mbsr. i
Co 1' U1 r0y' P'- 2S' 1875- California Paint
Lo., Gentlemen: In answer to your inquiry as to how I like
your paint used on our Church over two ears ago Tbei to
sute that it ha. given .uch satisfaction tha we wuk ituVeU
on all our building henceforth. W e have had WDortuniut
of comparing it with other qualities of paint on oarTm
and we decided m pronouncing i tavor of the Averill pTu,
Y ours with much respect.
U; s-Navy Yard, Mare fsfa'nd', SSft
forma Pa nt rn t . ' r 10"- vau-
-uw; au re it v in vnn -
- ' . " i 7 in
E O X L.V SEI.F-lt E LLATING W I D-
M MILL in the World, and when material ued. Power,
Workmanship and Durability are considered, it is ackouwl
edged to be the
HIEMST HI.II-ll!ll AO IV l. I'SE
We are the ONLY Manufacturers in the World of
THE DOUBLE-HEADER VIHD-MILL
For power purposes, such as running Cuxtoni
Grist Milis and Feed Mills.
ALWAYS VICTORIOUS AT FAIRS
And 1'rnrtfrnl Trala.
THE ABOVE MILLS, IN VARIOUS SIZES,
Tor Irrigation and romplDc Water for
Stotk Farms r Family se.
, 17 Two "f the latter are now here and can be seen
plication to the undersigned.
For further particulars, address
Hoi All yo in went of a
Good Nuil ;!' Ciol(.s
h i:m, madi: a m or
GIVE ATIENIION TO XliE FuLLOVI.,j ,
riniE cxDERsu;T?r wori.n v.
I rrpectrully Infprm hi M rr.-nd and rii.n.m.ri !
noiulu auJ the other Ii-laiuU, that l,n now l'i ,iir, u j
Ever bi'fore UM down in tlii uiai kc
part i'f .
CHALLENGE MILL CO..
Batavia, III., L S.
Or JAMES S. LEMON.
Honolulu, . i.
Has a Fine Complexion !
upiuiuu Ul LllC rt" MIltf-Tl W morita r.t 1.
the Kubber Pain,: I would state that ll
J" J 1876, I received from th" C.vi
of the Kubber Paint: "au.i ana some
I put both paints side by side (three coats each) on some out
side stucco work, and on examination on Set. 15? 187 I find
the Rubber Paint has lost it gtost and rub off' while the
Avenlle Mixed Paint retains its gloss and is 'A deal bar
der, and my opinion .. decided!? favor of tteTerm pJSI'
Placerville. October 7. . Vi"Z W 5'are ?",n',
In rep y to your letter I have to .u , that for 'more than ".Tx
years I have dealt in and used your Paint. I have dud
prlcti'cma? bSerVed US PI'o nJ use! an.? from
practical knowledge can certify to its unrivaled exCrllencT
Hahmy r,year8.aC(Ua Dtance f - there ha. not come
to my knowledge a sinjrle instanee of a failure in anv cae
where it has been used. All to whoia I be wmTlrt It
Painter meadiDit for f -"Perior claims over a f othej
1 aints now in use The Ayprin pini.......M ' I 5r
other words. . .... 7 " ea, or. in
mh.nfr IC ' . anion ci me weather, neiiht
f,UA" E Cha,DgC0.lor- as do " PHints, and will retai
rvi 1-Ti - T . ne"1Te Property ror years. Pure Lead and
Oil will m a short time become dry, and are easily rubbed off
, 'eaVeS .VhC ,ea'1 in dry Kid ized state. A i a
nn, ,r ,""T"':J ' 1UA " Averill Mixed Paint to
.i, u general use are beyond auettion
A house properly painted with it once will J
years1 than t -n'Vf fPPearance at l"e "Piration of seven
in n?.' -7"ld ,f,tw'c? coate'1 with nd Oil Paints
rhrht tn th. a ,- , nu convinced am I ol its established
right to this distinction over all kinds, that had I fifty houses
choice and be p,i v, " : "lu,,c BQOU,a De
S. J. ALDEN, Druggist.
But it is more than doubtful
whether it excelled, in puritv, the
complexions of the
We refer with eon fulpnrp in
" no nave usea me Averill Paint on the Coast
among ichom the following are a few prominent and familiar names.
EXTI i A CT WEEKLY STATEMENT (Ilolke Pule.)
Kalawao, Oct. 3d, 187G.
eor. Kearny and Tine
leper ran awav from thi Softlf ofuu hbas vi'.b,iIIoWiird- Ki-
ml "vvvVULiVUl kJV UL. .rfULIl Al
and went to Kawele, on this Island, and stole some clothing Ue
m -J - - "fc-"-' m
iiian ana Doy are apparently clean and in iroo.l health. Ka
inapo said that lie staid with his wife, and would remain with
ner mi ner last ureatn on account of Ins Jove for her in
Ilao, a man about fifty
years of aire, visited hv tlm
. t - 1 . C- 7 " w.. "iil"
muiee ai 1113 nouse, Has been at the ettlernent twelve years
A pitiful case of leprosy ; hands and feet utterly eaten awav
1 1 1 J1w -7 1
aim oniy uisiorieti, ana scab-encrusted stumps of limbs rV-
niaimng. or over four years has been without any mrt of
uauu w ncii ieeu xiiiuseii, ana cannot move without heir
He spoke very intelligently to the Committee about Lis sn(
situation, and pointed out his wife Luka Kaakau, a perfectly
healthy looking woman, who had faithfully devoted herself
iu ins case, iie nopea mat sue, a healthy woman, who had
plenty of friends might be soon relieved from the care of his
helpless carcass. Said he had read all tl.o Into nc,;
about public health and leprosy, especially the discourse of
v,uairmaii oi committee, ana he would say to the Commit
tee that the great need of this Leper Settlement was a capa
ble and large-souled physician.
Is now locked up
came back Sept. 27th, and was arrested Oct. 2d.
and a ball and chain put to his lef."
(Signed,) W. P. R ACSDALE.
Father Damien says that any attempt to run away is punished
with ball and chain.
to 29 Ber-
Keliaka, a man about forty years of age, from Kaanapali,
Mini ATnlorta 4ln4 rtl4- - 1 " 1 . 1 7
..ui, i.uuiuiaiu3 "wi nu taiu is suppnea to leiiers. lie
Xotk A. The Kalawao Settlement has a very rich soil, and nro-
di.ccs, as seen by the Committee, very superior sweet potatoes.
corn, beans, cabbages, and tobacco. A well organized can" of
laborers could evidently produce on these lands, all the food for
the lepers, at far less cost, than by purchase as at present. The
coast ot the Settlement is noted for the abundance of fish.
and no doubt by proper system and management this Settlement
could be made largely self-supporting.
Note B. It is stated by Dr. Hoffman, who for some time had
charge of the leper patients in Honolulu, that in no instance had
lie SPfn nnv cvmntnm -vP ? ! i 1 .1
j jptu Vi icpivsjr uiuuiiesieu earner man nve years
of age. Thus it maybe that leprosy like syphilis requires a cer
tain degree of growth before it begins to make manifest its ravages
upon the human system. It makes it thus a sad reflection that per-
Underwriter's Fire Patrol, Stevenson Street.
Mechanics' Pavilion, Eighth Street, bet. Market
Capitol Building, X. W.
rs. A. E. Greene, (32 Houses) Twelfth near Mis-
Smith & Poultney. South Park Livery Stables (10
Mr. Ableki. (7 Houses) cor. Turk and
tj. J. Crane. Esq., (3 Houses) Nos
G. W. Stilwell, Esq.. X.s. 834 to S3S Mission
i street, inclusive.
Central Pacific II. li.
City Railroad Co.
Redingfon Quicksilver Co.
Spring Valley Water Co.
Pacific Power Co.
San Francisco Gas Works.
Pacific Iron Works.
City Iron Works.
Presscott. Scott .t Co.
R. Savage & Son.
Eclipse Windmill Co.
Francis Smith it Co.
Geo. II. Howard. Esq.
Henry Smith & Co.
M. C. Hawley & Co.
Baker and Hamilton.
Armes .fc Dallam.
A. C. Dietz & Co.
Rrv!If-;.U'n- exyr of San Francisco.
I). O. Mills. Pres t Bank of California.
I boinas T. Atkinson, Esq., 112 Hyde Street
A. Einstein. Esq.. 150.9 Goti"h Steeet.
Capt. G. W. Kidd. 603 Sutter Street
ii. l,. coy. l-.q.. 807 Greenwich,
117 Pine Street.
L.1US 1'. Emtio. Esq., Sec
1117 Hvde Street.
John Lynch. Esq., 2C Silver Street
josian ueiuen. 1-sq., Xos.521 to .527 M
Col. J. P. Manrow
also Xos. 115 &
Real Estate Associates,
Auxiliary of IVnmle LuvrlineM,
I'lDfst U'rt of rtiglaiu! and (.t-niiau i:iMf L
ptott ami mi picm.
I'lufst U-t of l.'nplniul K (.fimaii ut mt
DOESKINS, STOUT AND MEDIUK
A SilMflil .t oil in en 0f
VERY FINE DIAGONAL!
HU. k, lilm- and llrown, u!l I'jitf rrrm mid t'ipur, x;
Knglisli Blue Twill
huitiiM.- for Mont IIii.iiir.H Nulla f
Or Sutiimrr f'lolli, in Hiinun i(ittrnn-a
. irr, ln rlt.' I.IkIiLm riulii
u in tin r i.mi;
a vkkv mici;i: i.im: i
CASSI M m n 3V s
English, Scotch and German Mali
ami of V.triim Pa'tcrni n. Ci,..r. i:vtru Ilu,w
.Mrilium, mill l.ilii-wtilit. ' '
.ALso5;i Ioav lDiec(
CELEBRATED OREGON MILL1
Uaii.Nome riici k iiml I'l.iid 1'i.lo-riin.
SAN r'U.I VCIMO MSS(
SULPHUR SOAP. TW,LI-S ANDCASS1MERES
HILL'S Hill! Mil WHISKER II ! I BEDFORD & WINDSOR COM
HvV1 AS K.KD AS TIIK 'MMK OF A
MM oleano, or white ai the d.ail moi on a Florida Ilmlo. k,
lo be tlianfrrd to a Rlorlooi brow n or losfrons Liar k.
Bjr a Single Apiilication c f
Hill's Instanlaneous Hair
AND WHISKER DYE!
FOR SAI.K II V
jl9 r.m rvi. Mriurnuv
III (ir.Ht Varii ly of futti-rria mid C..i.
Also, that very Popular Articlt
i a ; l p i v
V O M M k K V I A It
1000 CllPStmit (r.w.
ii. AMiiKeispiei. l-.sq.. 713 Post Stre.-t
L. Sachz. Esq., 820 Post Street.
James Graves, Esq.. Contractor, 13 Avenue
Oliver Dale, Eq.. Potrero.
X. P. Perine, Esq.
VKriichar(ls0n' Kst-' 837 Taylor Street.
VV,J.(,e,rmoU- Es(l" Second an.l Xatoma Sis.
J. 1'. Hill. Esq.. 25 Ulnxome Street.
ir tV Vm FhzgerM, cor. Bay and Jones.
II. Ilofman. Esq., 112 to 120 Oak Street
John Lynch, Esq., 26 Silver Street.
Col. John L. Boone, (Dewey t Co )
W. B. Ewer. (Dewey & Co.)
Jno. T. Doyle, Esq.
II. J. Booth, cor. First and Harrison Streefs.
not preserve any part ol Jus ration of siv nnnrul nfUnrfn , . , '"""r
Says that the bundle of taro, the weekly ration, has often- P VWenty"C,ght healthy lookinS children of the Leper Settle
raent at Kalawao, are after all only doomed lepers.
times not furnished to him food for more than three days
TxYimnrmn n mn n o lnnnp iV,mi j? n
jviivi UUUUL Kill -1 I V ( TPirs -t nrrn
showed to the Committee some Russian salve and sulnlTur
soap, which he had purchased with his own money at the
store, baid that lepers were not supplied with mv Hnl
sa1vP linimontc Ain, U V.. ,nt?.of Charter of steamer Kilauea-hou
, v u.iutvium;. jxj aiau )reseniea to the
xuiuuuilw it Has oi sixty-cignt names ot lepers, who had died
Biuuc uauuary wimout any care being taken of them.
Kanoimalu, from Honolulu, complained that he was not al-
juwcu io gei any nrewooci irom the woods at the foot of the
EXPENSES OF SPECIAL SANITARY COMMITTEE IN
Bill of II. L. Chase, photographer 109 00
incidental expenses Nalua ai for sitting, $1.00 ; one pai ai, 50
r r 4- c i n -v- w.l 4. 2. rv M n
wilo , saiuiJies at store, ; one norse hire, 52.00 o 90
As per vouchers
Honolulu, May 20, 1878.
I, the undersigned, ao-ree with thp f'lm?rTiin f sn;
oi taro usuain ians short ot the refriilation ivi, f
sV.nrt tliA 1ot,ot i,ov 1 n' A . -j F1W-CCU tu .eper iseiriement oil Mol
r: 1 Ir":;" .A1 ,IX1U oncy wim their Ckai, on board steamer Kilan-hnn rm.
Could cret . , V 1 ' iUttUl'
Kahuila, formerly a native preacher, condemned as a leper
has been at the Settlement six months. Says that the bundle
v u inoue) . ixc oiten wanted to buy potatoes
ii : L i i.f ( rT 1 1 I mr ntrr nrkr I -41.- a - 1 it
AVl lllbl (CIlL. ii I II I I II I i I II IT1T1 Tr ll'All I
vuiiiuaii v Willi OIJUUUU OUIlUUrV UOmmittfifi nt I .Pnriclafi
1 - - ' 1 ' iT ivni CUIILMV " f v w
mm wuu much more food tliau the usual bundle of taro. Assembly in order to photograph lepers at Kalawao
ieHLlir:,1!?" j,"?'!'"'1 ' tanUho Su. is mulerstood that I shall receive fiftv dollars
perintendent would only cfvc him tliirtv-rnn Tu 7 -txsnan receive hlty dollars (o0) for
cents in lieu of the bundle of taro. and vet if. nii ' maKinS au.y lieSatives of the leper cases during the visit of
that the bundle was now valued at, and charged to the Board tbe Commitee and to receive six dollars ($6) per dozen for
" v-uio. ivura iiui LI U L 11111 weiornr. f hnof nn o I n I l mnTncci nns F : j t
of imperfect weicrhins: scales. Often driven nnr ,wJ T. . , . , . Ken
by ickford in charge of slaughter hnn 11 13 uuueftloou Inat 1 myself not to fumisl
plained of too much bone. Yet ho nml ntw gratuitoush. or offer for sale anv imnrpssinna rf i,QeQ
vuoicu pieces were cut lor tokuas nr liolnnrs tivea without thn innnf t:- ,
AnAnla f ,i:.-;uA. - "rJ,v AicameiiL OI ine
u,1"'UiM" tcit, lusinuuior. OtronfTlv mveio- ip1 nrrn?r.t TToltl,
o r . ' . O a.urxw,i.
mai oupenntendent bumuer had put
BIcdel and Diploma awarded by the Cali
fornia State Agricultural Society,
ii 25 S wbEoiSnid for U6C' requiriDg no further adaaion of oil or Irit8-
;nL;0mp0eCd irMC L.ins.ced 0' PMre Lead, Pure Zinc, and the rresent color
ing matter procurable for tinting, which by our peculiar procees of manufacture are L thorou Jhlv
t V r - : U1""au-Jr "i uur unu Deauty oi linisu, it ia without a rival
hen riheteJ nvCdieD,t f j8 reDder9 -00d i-pTetralTet rDoiBture,
M?r?J; r u Waterproof. Water glass will not burn, and consequently the Paint will resist
the action of the sun and of fire better than any other known paint.
iiuwiHw elasticity m tbe highest decree, accomodating itPPlf rf.lw f t ,
broken. "'vu. .j, miui me mmeriaj io wnicn it is appl
BOOK APJD JOB
.No. IC Mrrhunt Street,
' 'Wnnri,;i.jt v, j;,s.ses, the JUst Assort
ment of JJook and
JOB PRINTING TYPE,
IlroriM ami Dn.li ri.inr. ti i ....
U a uri-at favoritu ii, M. ki.if,. U JiIuhI.t., "
IT NEVER WEARS OUT.
WHITE AND BKOVIJ COTTON
O 1 I jj j ff. y i
MIDK A N It NAIil:oV f;lij;.
Hi.ut, M-.liuniki.il 1jji.t-n No. 1 jlriirlf.
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w'iMTi: AM. IWiuU
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IILACK MI.K f V I- - I., , ' I . ' K ""' 1 ""r"
lurlM-. Vi'i.i y "rli'"' Z4
a vf.uv ( )Mn,i;i t; m.vk ok
M.IU.H,:,,";:--',, H,.K AM
Naval ft Military Buttons ft Trimming,
I"'"iriilr Hit pi, Hot. ml, I . ...
0,fr O.t i4 the Si,brirh Island
Well Adapted to the Superior Printing
POSTEBS OP ANV SIZE!
f.'oo.l Int.. Hi ii. i i. . ' V . "'""ui K iure tl, n,y
m.-rcliiii.t Tail.-r, Kh:.!,,,,,
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""""lulu, lluwulmii llitili.
PLAIN OH FANCY COLONS. TlEES . &J&'EL(&.t&
contractn of the material to which it iied,
monly the case m ordinary Paints. It will break only when the material to ihSSTtli "prfledE
It is entirely impenetrable to weather, dries with
MR. O. E. LENHART
(Late of San Francico.)
JIO USE AND SIGN PAINTER !
HAS OPENED m SUOP.l 44 FORT Strert
and U noir prepared to do PAIMIVG IN" All
ITS BRANCHES al tbe thortest notice and at reasool
able rate. Furniture varnUhed and Pianos re polished a spe
cialty. Walls and Ceilings tinted in tbe moat delicate shades
Also Walls and Ceilings whitened and colored.
All Work Warranted.
LAND DIG THIS DAY
FROM Bblate HERA, MERRILL Ma.ter,
from San Francisco,
Golden Gate Extra Family Floor.
Golden Gate Baker's Extra,
mh23 For sale by BOLLES tr C X
THE BELL TELEPHONE.
A SUPPLY OP TELEPHONES AN D CA LL
BELLS are expected in a lew weeks, which will be leased
at Hew. York rates.
C. H. DICKEY.
Jul In Agent for the Haw'u Is.
Ex Martha Davis.
Fvon. $125 to $225.
FOR SALE bf
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands,
call aided by mehauical fbrce. PP J J aPP11CatI0Q of the moEt Towerful chemi-
In the preparation of the A VER1LL MIXED PAINT, the ingredients are thoroughly united
JZZul "echamcal and chemical; and, therefore,' no one" ngwdien can bcaS po
SKSSi rJr hpdtr consequently, the paint is unaffected by weather, and S durability "
wSSSt 'tai I ft" " 10WD PaiDt' aS aD eponce of Owr Tny in the At E 2J and
western , tales, a , u of , nine years on the Pacific Slope, has fully demonstrated.
raiitiSli Jh thoW4 1 JLbite PreParcd in t,JC ueual the cost of
Ine ui-Terence Iwtf . n r-i,. Aro.;n , . . . .
. a int. .Awa-aiaa n hi i 1 1 i i r r , u i r 1 r u r rv- t t j- w v Brm- aa'S'i t .
Oil wf.n T- iTPH : ,, .,n "1 V-:r " uocu "e and
and the L.i.i settl:
few minuf.'i r!n!e ':
wood, tl e ji . .'il
acted ot iu'-v: Oy t
left in tbe i i; 8 ;
by friction c r
the ofiBce for .
that it cann; ' -
impenetrable a :'-t
a La o
H K A UK,
.i; nry way, for application, will soon separate, the oil coming to the ton
"ui uuwurm micKneBs, it nas to te stirred every
-: i sed. Its tendency to separate is eo great, that when it is applied to
t lend arn nnnlr a inf v.- i : .. .
, . "uiju, icuviug me ieaa on me outside to be
; and in this hot and dry climate, what little oily matter has been
Uvx uii0iyeu, leaving tne ieaa dry and brittle, ready to chalk off
, ' ,7V C m lDC VK1 FAINT the oil is forced to perform
..,t -d-d, by being so thoroughly combined with the other ingredients
w,n applied to wood or other material, it forms a coating so tough and
off or be affected bv rain.
iffected by rain.
AS A HOUSE PAINT
It ifrp '.e richest, mob. .
tr.g that whenever it beccw. ?
j equally as good for inpide r.
v;-, umiorm and permanent Tints, and it has the additional advan
ced, it can be washed and even scrubbed with soap and water. It
'ItSlue Work. flVPr -arnrh- o -M r . .
can be used, ii will be found su erior to anv other Ilnnap. - t a w.Dere.aLn7 P,nl
vPnr hv rhir s,r.r r l:?.fULO.- U0?Be Fanted with it are distineuirbabfe for
j j r..,. j jiutsn, over inose pa.
N EWS PA P K It S, II I Li Ii
Concert Bills, BUnk NVes.
Koa.l Notices, Bills Lading,
. ScW1 K-Pru, ivies Current
Ministerial Eeports, Pamphlets, Books!
Tax Bills, Lectures, Bonds, Briefs.
Concert Tickets, Feittiral Tickets,
fiteamboat Tickets, Excursion Tickets,
Certificates of Deposit
Bill of Kxchangs
Or ihr l liir Iti ld.i,
Certificate of Stock,
Onr Hundred and Thlnr-Mrr, l,nj.
F1 O 275. S ilL e !
y tlie L'mleM jne.l, RorislHlJng ,f
A FULL ASSORTMT
Tags n ever style.
A. H. HOUGHTON.
d1Q.aee.St,' Honolulu. Cheap Groceries, furni
foZ. ..T; V me cal1" ID" double wated Carriaje
for hire ana Light Cart for luggage. nihSO 3m
mm life wmm vmm
OF NEW Y0EK,
Economical Life Ins., Co.
IN THE WORLD!
Assets, (1876) $SO,000,000
Now is a Good Time to Insure.
AOSE BCT FIBST-CLiSS BISKS T1KKV
P OFFICE WITH WILDER 4k C.
painted with any other paint.
OUR VACDH AND MACHINERY PAINTS
Rewards of Merit,
Dry (iorvls Tags,
OrJers of Exercises,
artSa hX:; c mC' Wh5,e il Id add to durabilitj and arraran.e oF the
Kill. ol Fare, Show Card !
ETALLIC ROOF PAINT,
Made of Oside of Iron, cimc the
uwuecat uiiuees, mininz uui.u.n?. fl!, . i,1P n i .. n-i, j , .. .
desired.-The Averill Paint is vVt nvi T V " ?c.uurauui a?a fP'00.1 quan ica are
gallon.-One gallon covers 20 s iu.-vri rrS a' .8' ana, m.DarreI9' ana eoLl b7 the
jards, three coats. iutre varus, iwo coats; or lo square
ncrest to beintr acJitnlln V,r-n ,r j : .l. t i. j
eapest Roof Paint ever rau'e. I' ,rT, p,v ; fi,T " f . r , . "uu -f"'"'y ana
moisture-rust or corro.i n i, iL ropiflr- whiil 1! " D.e,DS etire Pe"!OU8 to
and prevents the shiD-le fr .m rJ iv. ' r:!. " . . 00? DOt 0D17 ?119. .UP
ts Jre-proof pities are .uch, tLa " a!fUt
it made of iron. This feature. :. thr .JrK f " .ruuinre
k.m v ' " v.KUu,raj makes it most aeeiramo ior vars.
DILLINGHAM Ac Co.,
Sole Ageite for thin Kingdom, 95 and 97 Kin
g Street, Honolulu, II. I.
ANY KIND OF WORK IN HIS LINE
NOT SPKCIFIKD AliOVK.
Will bo Executed Promptly.
With ample Materials of Newest Styles
FAST TRESSES, AND GOOD M'OP.KMI N,
We seldom ftdm giving satisfaction f ,r ratn,n..
f -r at m - !
v. io iULKt'HANT STREET,
H. L. SHELDON, Prvrielar.
1'riDt. lienims, Shirting,
Si3 iV:,?1 kMar,,c-ot,ODJ 'Sa'JJ1(i-
uiotuing, hhirts. Scarves, &c, &c.
East India Rice, Iron Bedsteads I
White Ljl Zinc. UuilcJ Oil, French CalMim.
OUTslIJVN STOIC KS I
Corrugate.! Iron, liar Iron.
Fencing Wire, Ilollowure,
Hardware, (JalvnnizcJ Ware, Ac.
von nam: iiv
THEO. H. DAVIES.
! TO LET OR FOR SALE.
j 'I'ilK I'HI:MISKS XK4K M IUMt
II J..e, Kq. Ares f 2J seres.
ie.l ly '
loan is i
, jou ha
if a m
he can l
vi tuirat i'jn
a jietj t
a pictj t
met in t
of his ov
as it is
, A eerl
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X. II. DUl.K.