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" SATURDAY. )KC. 550, 1882.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
' ""27(11 Annual Meeting of the Sail
ci 's Homo Society, nl 11.
Conceit at Kmma Square, -1:80.
1. 0. (1. T., 7:M.
Gospel Temperance Meeting, nl
Sunday School Exercises at Ka
lyaiulmo, nt 1 1 .
llotlicl, Rev. J)r. Damon, at 11.
EoitSt. Cliurch, Kov. J. A. Cur
zau, morning and evening.
St. Andiew'H Cathedral, Hc "0.
, "Wallace, morning and evening.
MEASURES FOR SUPPRESSING
In resuming (ho subject of yester
day's leading article, wo suggest the
adoption of tho following measures,
for the suppression of leprosy and
for tho benefit of the unfortunate
Virst, Tho prompt removal to
Molokai of a considerable number
of confirmed and hopeless cases now
confined in the branch hospital at
Kakaako. Thcso people arc not
faiulablo subjects for tho latter insti
tution, and should not bo allowed to
cumber the wards, while hutulicds
of lepers arc at large outside, many
of whom if placed in the hospital,
might bo favorable cases for ticat
ment. Second, Tho enlargement of tho
, accommodations within the present
hospital enclosure, by the creation
of additional buildings, so that at
least two hundred paticnto could bo
comfortably accommodated therein.
Wc say tho present hospital en
closure, assuming Hint it must re
main where it now is.
Third, The arrest and scgrega-
. tion, as fast as prudenco and human
ity will allow, of all the lepers now
at large : tho advanced cases to be
sent direct to Molokai, and those in
the incipient stages or concerning
whom thcic is any doubt, to be de
tained in the branch hospital for ob
scivation and treatment. "Were the
lepers now at large once collected
nnd disposed of, with tolerable
"thoroughness, and the matter
systematically followed up, the
bianch hospital witli accommoda
tions for two hundred patients is all
that would be requited for those in'
what may be called the stage of pi o
batlon, at any one time.
Fouitli, The improvement of the
accommodations and administration!
sit Kalawao, so that the settlement
should, as far as possible, be made
to appear to the native mind as a,
place of i of age and comfoit, rather
than one of exile and death. For
this purpobc it is necessary that
there should be a much lnigcr
i amount' of direct personal supcr-
virion from some competent head,
than is possible under tho picscnt,
arrangement. Systematic uicriica-
.Uion and lcmcdial measures of
various Jtiurts should bo freely fur-1
'"nishcd(to all who aic willing, or who
can be induced, to accept them. (
Aside from any trcatnicht diiccledi
to tho cure or amelioration' of lep
iiosy, it is evident that such an ag-
m grogation of diseased humanity rc-
" quhea the constant picscncc of an
intelligent and well-organized medi
cal service, for the relief of their
rations incidental ailmehts. Un
questionably tho best, and in fact
the only way of satisfying these re
quirements is by tho appointment
of a lesidcnt medical superinten
dent, with ample powers and libcial
pay, to reside constantly at tho set
tlement. The presence and super
vision of such an ofllcial, ciijoytug
the confidence of tho Government
on the one hand and the good will
of the patients on the other, would
bcuurc tho adoption of many Im
provements nnd reforms in matteis
of detail not strictly medical.
Our limited space will not admit
of our going more into detail, at
piescnt.. Wo feel sure that the fore
going ideas arc sound, ami that they
cannot fail to secure the approval of
all persons who will give the subject
their seiioim and candid considera
tion. , 'J k k - I ' t v.
' Yesterday afternoon quite a crowd
had assembled in fiont of th6 Police
Station. Going in to inquiic the
reason wo found tho police lmd
v brought in about l.'i Jcpeis, -who
VPio being examined, by DlS. Mc-
Kibbin, Trousseau and Fitch,
Every one seemed to us as repulsive
as tho woi sC ensca nt Kakaako. 'Vlie
polico were thou out engaged in
biiuging moic. It is creditable (hat
notion has al last bcou taken by the
Board of Health, bill wc think that
the number they have' obtained so
far is one-tenth pait of those still at
Now that they have got these
lepers, it would be icll to re con
sider the present system, and begin
a fresh lecord of sensible and Vigor
ous administiation with tho new
y.cni' ' -
I II II II" 'M
FORT STREET SOCIAL.
On Thursday night a very pleas
ant cnteitaininent was given in the
pallors of Fort Street Church. A
melange of music nnd elocution
preceded a conversazione with
coffee. The proceedings were
opened by a reading, Dora, by Mr.
Cruzan which was full of tender
pathos. Then the new piano was
tiled by Miss Austin, who played a
Sonata, by Carl Kcinccko of the
audience. Mrs. Adams then cnclinin
cd the attention of all by her chai m
Ing reading of the thrilling poem of
"St. Michael's Saved," which de
tails the account of a brave deed by
a slave. Mrs. Ilanford next sat
clon to the piano and sang "The
Village Blacksmith's Bride,'' n tune
ful and tender lyric. Mrs. W. Hopper
was next Intiodiiccd to the audience.
Mis. Hopper is new to Honolulu,
but her recitation of " Christmas
Night at tho Quarters," a descrip
tive piece of negro charactciistics nt
Clnistmns, established her as n
favoiitc. The applause was long
and loud and the memory of the
old fiddler Josio will last for a long
time. Mrs. W. Peterson then play
ed a Polacca which bet many feet to
tapping, mid wishing to be moving.
Mis Prcscott our talented elocution
ist then rend tho "Buiial of Moses."
This Jwas the finest piece of elocu
tion of.thc evening. Then followed
a violin and piano duct by Mrs.
Hnnford and Prof. Ynindlc', which
was an exquisite gem tq the heaicrs.
The way in which the double notes'
were pioduecd was particularly tine
as except by ocular demonstration, it
was impossible to tell whether two
violins or one wcrci being played.
After this came tho coffee and cakes
and tho general talk which usually
The attendance was largo and the
decorations were beautiful in their
simplicity. Mrs. W. W. Hall pre
sided assisted by tho other ladies of
the Benevolent Society.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will give a concert nt
Emma Square, this afternoon at
1 :30 o'clock. Following is the,
Ovei tine Festival B.icji
Cni atlnn Tnncredl Rossini
Quick l'olkn Tornado Stiauss
0 ci turo Titus Mom t
Selection Nnlmcco Ycrdl
QUARTERLY EXAMINATION OF
"THE KAWAIAHAO SUNDAY
Vol un tm y.
Exercises of the ChildicnV Class of Kn.
wiiiiilmo Sunday School,
PmiIiiis 127 nnd 128,
Exorcises of Walkiki Sunday School,
" " KiunoiHiU.Sumlny School,
"""" " Mnuon Sunday School,
Eeiciscsof Mukikl Sunday School, '
" " Maunaklokic Sun. School,
Solo, by Wnlanlka., ' ?
Exciclscs of ICnkimko Sunday School,
" " Macm'no " "
' " Knhulcuni's class1 of men,
Responsive Reading fioin Mntlhow V,
Exeiciscs of Y.M.O.A. of ICawiiiuhao,
Frcseijtntliiipf PHzo Flag-,. . '
Lord's Pinycr, v
Benediction. i ,
The Consuclo lenves on Tuesday.
The "W. G. Irwin is expected in a
week-or '10 dnys: ' ' '
Tho Discovery leaves on Sunday
or Monday. Sho will 'bo the first
vessel Hulling in the New Year if the
latter be the case. '
The Uilnma brought 1200 bags
paddy from Hnnalci.
Correspondence Is solicited on tho top.
les of the day, or what may become so.
Wo receive tho right to excise pure
ly liriHonal matter. ' , ,
Wo do not hold oai selves lcsponsililo
for tho opinions expressed by our cor
repoiidcut Ki.;. ' tl
,EifiT0ii Uui.u;tin: -At tho con
clusion of your niUelo ' Thoughts
about "Leprosy," you say in to-mor-iow'b
;i&Aic you will suggest tho
measures that in yom1 judgment
should bo instituted.
For tho sako of the poor suffciing
lcpcrs-nnd for tho credit of tho King
dom urge tho . Board, of Health to
permanently locate iiu the Leper
District, an educated skilful con
scientious physician. To exile these
poor Buffering wretches lioyond the
reach of medical aid is an outrage
on humanity and a disgraco to tho
Hawaiian Government. Citizkk.
. ( . .". --. ,;
Mn. KotTOit : The Gazette in
reply to you in icgard to replies to
Mr. Pilipo's attacks against His Ex1.
W. M. Gibson, invites you to
search giving nsnicason that they'
hnd made the search and had found
no such replies. Now, plcnso invito
the Gazette to look in the Jb'lclc
Poakolu of dates November 13, 22,
and 20, and thciciu will be found
replies enough to fill one issue of the
Faiii Pi ay.
LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
Tun mail for Hongkong per
Madras closes nt the Post-Olllce to
day, nt 1 p.5t. f. v!l 11
"Wiiv aren't the lamps nt Emma
Square lit at night? It is so dink,
says n f i icud. t c Y , c
Tin: old sidewalk cdjiing.of ,wood
is nun u iiuis.inee lu vuiiiuiu.i- .uiu
their occupants on Queen and Fort
"Tin: Old Year" wilfle Mi'
Ciuxan's theme-Sunday morning,
nnd "The New Year," Sunday
Tin: inates of tlic Klikitat were ar
rested yesterday for opium smug
gling, 'nnd tho cook of the Discovery
as an accomplice.
Tin: Band will give a Now Year's
Conceit at Emma Squaicon Mon
day next, .Innuary 1, i883, nt 8,
o'clock weather permitting.
"Wk cordially agree with Citizen's
letter published in another column.
Steps should bo taken at once by
the Government to carry out his
Viir.ni: did the 'riser get that
other suicide from? And when (ac
cording to its Police Com t report)
was any one' brought up for attempt
Who was that stranger with Ihc
whiskers, who so mystified two oMhc
boys at the Baths on Tuesday night?
Did ho come from the Koynl, or
from tho Coast?
Oxi: of the principal messengers
in the Government buildings has
every sign of being a leper, bo wc
are informed. lie ought to be
examined nnd removed if this be so.
YiTi:itiAY a notice was exhibited
on our locid stationers' .bulletin
boauls that a nian-of-w'ar had been
telephoned. It turned out after
wards . that tho Mokolii had been
mistaken foi one. How formidable
our Hawaiian vessels must appear!
' Mi:. Jaiius Donu will start his
now line of 'busses on New Year's
morning. The time tabic will bo
ifound in another column. Wo trust
that many poisons will take a tide
out and pay a New Year's visit to
Palanin and Kalihi valley.
A couxTi:nvi:iT dollar was shown
us yesterday by a business man who
had just had it pass'cd on him acci
dentally with a number of other
good ones. It is an exact fne-simile
of the U.S. dollar of 1880 inrnppcar
ancc. 'It rings well, but is extra
ordinarily light. It is made of s.oiuc
gi'ayibU 'metal, or compound,- nnd
plated with a light silvery looking
inctnl. This plating was peeling oif
the one Bhown to us, ho that the
fraud wns easily detected'. The
public should examine all monoy re
. , . i '
,B2T W,nnW;d u Miitc of rooinf. with
hoard, in a piivate family, for lady and
gentleman, in. u rcMicctablp neighbor
hood. .Address i.I. i.t Wlsuinnn, Heal
Estate 15; ojver. , is;) lw
Line of OmiiibiiHBCH.
,- 0.00 A.M. 0:!!0 A.M.
i 7'.00 7:30
Ua:90 . . 12:45
2:00 r.M. 2;30T.M. ,
A SMART active boy, who ban had
Mimcfcchooiiug, to make himself
useful In ntUoic, and knows something
about dtiving a iiorso Apply to
J. E. WIS!
28.7 2 w
BAItUniVS OUTFIT Chair, &e.
Business In r(inunnrdcr.
293 'CaVUnaoh'h Aolcv.
OwiNa TOTHB TJNUSUAIi DEMAND "THAT WJS..HAVE HAD POK.
11J3ED & BARTON'S
And, notwltliolandiiig the
16t thnt wo opened n few
Wteks ago, was the largest
ac have over ic,ccl'pd, wo
find riilivoUcs qilllo oiit of
many at ticks.
AVc have decided to make
a lllicial dif-count to all pur
duikers of those goods and
of our .
jF i - y
GOHHAM SILVER WARE
until nfler tho Chiixtinns
5 tVo are oblitrodj to nnlrri
'n ncv eupplytiiimcdiiildy,
In order to bo nrcnared for
thine AM-ilillncs Aliicli aio
IB MBaEBKWPWll !v
' E. O. HALL & SON'S., :
t - ' ' ''' 277 2v
' 'J U'S'T RECEIVED, ' " ,,' '
UlloH V.jl. a fisi: ArfsonxsiiacT-op -
J3ootsi Shoes, Slippers,' Sanclals,' Ties, &c.
ALbO ' '
THE FINEST SELECTION OF GENTS' SCARFS -' '
One In n box, nil of which nro
Eminently Suitable for Christmas Presents
277 A. AV. ItlCIIARDSON & CO.
' AUCTION SALES BY f. S.' PRATT & Co.
' ' " " ' '" ??r?':::.!
Administrator's Salo at
By order of the AdmlniMintors of the,
EMnto of tho Into Jo-icpli Tucker, the
pndursigucd will bell at auction on
w Friday and Saturday,
tlic Ctli and oth of Janunry,.1880,.atjllioi
store foimvily occupied by tlic deceased
in Boivcr Block, tlic t
Entire Stock of Dry Goods, &c,
i , rr
liowvon cxhijiitjonjjj fj;' '
Tills stock comprises a general a'-soit-inent
of very superior goods selrrtcd by
the deceased in Eurojie c.prcs.sly for
this liiarkct. ., , , L , lf-
Viir behold AMihoiU escrvc!
F. S. ntAlT.' & Co. Auctionecis.
&7th Anminl ilflcctins; of the
Honolulu Sailor' lloiuu
WIIiL bo liehl nt the Sailors' Homo
,on Saturday, December 3pih, knt
11 o'clock a.m., hcn Itepoits of Tie.i.
surer and E.ecutiVo Committee Aviil iic
piesenled. A full attendance 6f Trus
tees is desired.
Trustees Going Out, 1882;,.
C. H. Bishop, P. C..Ioii(v, J. T.v. w.
house, jr., J. B. Athortou, A. Fullor, W.
Babcock. ,,, YJ i
Trustees Going Out, 1883:
S. N. C'nstfd, J. P.ily, S. B; Dole,' Si G.
"Wilder, C. M. Cooke, F. A. Scliacfer.
Trustoes Going Out, 1884:
E. 0. Illill, B. 0. D.imon, J. O. Glade,
B. F Dilliiigliani, Henry ainy, A. S.
281 21 i . PER ORDEU.
I. O. G.T.-(
TTK nct Buiilnr Meeting of Alga
Kkln T.mltri. t til l,tl'rt -1ifii nt t,i
.-- IWIIIl JJVKhV Lll HIIA IfHIll til KHj
J In 11, on Satuidav evening, Dec. iWllu
2ri2 ill FR'AXIC GODFREY, Sen
t " v. ..-iXoticc. 'i i-i.
riiHE Anminl Jlecling of; tlic Stock?
,JLi holdors of tho Hawaiian BWl'Tel
phone Company Aviil be held on Tluiis.
day, .Iiiiiunry "lth, 18SJ, at 11 o'clock
a. in., at lhaonicu.of in A.AVIdemanu.
C.v O. BERGEH,
262 tjj . SccicUiy.
rnilE Annual Sale of Slips and Slttinits
JL v will bo licld at Fort titicct Cluiu'li
on Mnndar evening, Jannnrj' lt; 188!),
at 7-.U0. TJic Tru-strc.-, of tho .Cluiteh
are rcuuestcd to moot at 7 p. in.
2S'i4l , n,, PjJONEBj'JtyScca
Notice. i i
THE Annual lectin a thcKnp'i'o.
lnni Park Affsocintlon Will bo hold
at thoaunory, hi this city, on Monday
ci'i'iiiiiK, Jnjuiaiy.intli, IBtJJ, at 7 p.m.
A'ftill nttsmlnnec Is lcmiested.
285 Secretary K. P. A.
"TASTER Mpchnnlcs, and Others.
jjL The services of a. live and reliable
Coliectorof Bills hrlH been engaged for
tlio e.)lration of tho present tpmrtcr
and year. All accounts soil I(ero for
collection AvUlrccciyp prompt attciition'
Commission' moderate. Returns made
Merchants & Storekeepers;
AS THE YEAR IS CLOSING I do
sire to say that all merchants mid
storekeeper AVlll find it to thoir Interest
to patronize mo if outside help Is io
quircd to ml just accounts, nrraugo books,
and general business mnttore forjhcliuw
$ Commcrchll matters of 'cVory dcs
criptlon attended to. ! 1
J. E. WISEMAN, 1
Geuoyd BiismcH-i Agent, '
801 lin 27 Morchlmt street.'
m J xnaar
Wo Avould hero reninrk
thnt aio often have Occasion
to ucnil special orders for
Plated or Silver Ware, Koine
times to ho marked Arith a
letter or monogram, which
is done In beautiful Myle.
Any one Avlshing sets 'of
Forks nnd Spoonp, or any.
thill!; else, marked or not
marked, Avould do Avell to
Iciau thc,ordcr.n&soon as
Call and cxnmlne thcpoi
1 cautlful goods before they
niu rill gone. You nil know
they arc to be found nt
The Beaver Saloon
rpii , ' ' ,
For Smokcrt.' TJoolCnt tliifc" list :
Tobacco and Cigars finest bransd
Tobacco pouches and boxes 1
O. B. D. briar loot pipes
Cigar and Cignietto Holders
Pipo stems from 2 to 24 inches long
Wood ntfrnp nnrl nlirnrnlln linlilnra
All these nro quite nciv nnd t the finest
"' -H. J. NOLTE?
1 3' Crana Offer !
" HAVE NOW ON EXHIBITION
JL nt my Store ' fj"
Jfo.fSS Hotol Street,.
the following fine, goods Aviil I avIII offer
for sale nt jobber's prices,
Until the 28th of this month : .
SOold . a Elgin, Walthnm -Watches
f.0 siHer diUojlitto i u hn
4(1 iiiokle ditto ditto, Sivivs watches
20 Goat's solitligold vest chains
12 Ladles' opcui cliains
18 Ladies' and children's neck chnins
50 Solid gold sets pins nnd oar-i lugs
20 Rolled gold plated ditto ditto
Solid gold biacclcts and bangles
80 Prs.ndlcV,niii, chIUrcnM earnings
125 Gold seal rings
80 Scarf phw,
AOaige Aarlclyof eyc-ghises & bracelets
Chains, swivels, plated vest chnins and
chainis; childien's libboifnnd cull"
pins, libbon lockets and chnrms.'
.Tewcliy caos In velvet and plush , -"tt
inch stands and pnrlor clocks, in plush
Musieiil clocks and hotos, '
Parlor, calendar,, dining rpon, kilchcnr
oUee Inkstand, plain ,nmli bropze
Sthklng, alarm, 8 dfcy and 13-liour'
Saturday Evening,'' Dec; 30th,
thu balance ol stock, nl that time,
together ulh stote, llxturcs, safe, sIioav
r.ics, cliandcllei, alid lease of utorc will
at ids Safes room, Queen st. '
611 January liid'l'Vin 'oiler nt private
sale, atXo.55 Hotel htreet, my large and
well selected sto6k of Wn'tehmakcr's
1 onlb and Stock. The topis .wilUio sold,
in'bnclot, and (he Mock' inWelol'or
both together. This offer is good for
one day only. ' '
' ' T D,W. CLARK.
Honolulu, Dec 10, 1882.
T OST, a 20 Tieasury Bill, between
rJ-h1?iu "1,(l Hocl strecl8.,,TIio tlndJ"
cr -will bo handsomely reunified by loav-'
ing samo at Mr. Monsnrrnt'rf ofllcc.
(&-J9 PER MONTH,
271 ' ' CAVEAon'S AQE1?GY.
HOUSE' niid COTTAGE, on tho Mont
gomery Estate; oi-cr Smith's
271 , CAVENAG H'S. AGENCY;
THE Furn'.turo of a cotingcj also a
number of (lucks and ohlckcns.
A purchaser of Uio libovo can also
lcnsg (he prejnlf loonsbtingCOf arjfflur
roomed houso, nice garden. Conven.
icnt loonlity.-' ' i. " 1