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MONDAY, JAN. 8 1883.
- THIS DAY'S DOINGS. '
. Meeting of the Plan tors' Labor
mul Supply Co., at 10 o'clock.
Union Fnycr Meeting, at llcthcl,
at 11 o'clock.
Algnroba Lodge, LO.G.T. 7t30.
Harmony Lodge, I.O.O.l?. Instal
lation of diliccrs, 7:30.
Union Prayer Meeting, at Fort St.
Excelsior Lodge, special meet., 7 J
Send a Doctor to Molokai.
In a recent issue we discussed, a9
fully as the space then at our dis
p6sal would allow, the duly of the
Boaid of Health with reference to
leprosy. Among the reforms wc
indicated was thc.appointmcnt of a
resident physician for the leper set
tlement on Molokai. Wc regard
this as a matter of imperative neces
sity. It is a duty which cannot ho
ignored or deferred by any adminis
tration having any claims to be
regarded as "progressive." No
intelligent person will hold' that a
two days' visit to the settlement in
each month, from a physician re
siding in Honolulu, can meet the
requirements of the case. The
question of the curability or other
wise of leprosy has very little to do
with the matter; There arc from
8ix to eight hundred unfortunates,
in all stages of a disease, which even
if incurable, is susceptible of relief
in many of its symptoms, while at
the same time these sufferers are
biibjcct to all the ordinary diseases
which alllict other people. In fact,
the impairment of health due to
leprosy must render them, especially
liable to the attacks of certain other
affections. To deny to pcoplctthus
situated, the advantages of a
Tegular and efficient medical service,
such as can only be secured by the
presence of a resident physician, is
a glaring dereliction of duty and a
positive inhumanity.' The funds
now at the disposal of the Board
being confessedly ample, wc are at
a loss to understand what motives
can actuate the members of that
body in this matter. Surely, con
siderations of personal advantage or
professional jealousy cannot be
allowed to have weight in a question
of this kind, where both duty and
policy point so clearly in one direc
tion. If there is any good reason
for the persistent inaction of the
Board, wc trust that some one will
rise and tell us what that reason is ;
for such an explanation is very
Police court January s.
Kaai. Assault and battery on his
. wife. Find $." and SI. 10 costs.
Ah Ting. Opium in possession.
Remanded to 8th.
MeChosney vs. A. Spencer. Action
y for assumpsit for 857.50. Judg
? nieiit for plaintiff with interest and
" J.'E. Wiseman vs. F. Mctcalf
and S. Paahihi. Action on promis
sory note for SflO. Judgmcut for
plaintiff with costs 3.10.
The Kiluuea Hon returned on
(Saturday, sis usual, notwithstanding
she didn't leave here last week until
,Local & general items.
1 Tjik tides have been unusually low
Fokt Street opposite Ktikul SI reel
Is in very bad condition. The holes
ra(uirc to be filled, tip, the street
levelled vand a epvered .drain made
- iOk Fridny evening sonic young
people went out fishing by torchlight
off Waikiki. They caught two line
large turtles, some lobsters, and
various kinds of fish.
t Why Is a woman mending her
'husband's clothes, like a sinner men
tioned in the Parable? Because she
is sewing tuna in his rented Mir
louiidiiigH. The Counsellor.
Tiik widening of Alakca Street, if
it is to bu widened at all, bhotild be
done thoroughly, if it is made of
good width it will, in time, become
tin1 principal artery for the trallle
of the town owing to it ceptrul
Tub Likcliko will be hauled tip
this week mid utlcntcd. to. Jiuring
the time sl(0 is being repaired the
Lehiia will go on her rotitCj the Mo
kolil takiiigJic.Lehiui'sjihiC'e', The
Lehuti will no't' therefore leave this
Ox Friday t)ic Road Supervisor
JUad imuiy of the moat .rtvHwil
liolcsni, the streets filled up.); That
is good, but the material used for so
doing lis not. It would be much
better to use such stone as is now
being brought by tho-tramway along
Ok Saluiday nigdt a most de
termined atteniptwas made lb mini
Mr. W. L. Orcen's house in Nun
ami valley, coal oil and grass being
Vr.nntcT of the Coroner's Jury.
Wc do find that KnaiwgivwQit came
to his death by injuries received
from' being i run into by the horse of
T. A.'doodwiii. Wc find that T.
A. Goodwin used his best endeavor
to avoid the accident, but that the
accident happened from his furious,
and careless driving.
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Tins morning, the schools will irc
commcncc work, the holidays being
ovci . Parcntswill .take note of this
aud sco that a good beginning is
made for tho new year. It is an old
saying that a good beginning makes
a good ending. It is more likely to
do so in this case than in many
It has been an impossibility for
those wishing to cross the intersec
tion of Fort and Queen streets, on
foot, to do so without plunging into
a sea of mud. It would be a great
improvement if the Road Supervisor
would put some crossing stones
there, such as arc to boi found at
other street crossings.
Tun German Emperor, by means
of his government, assumed the con
trol of the whole of the German rail
ways. This was done to facilitate
the conveyance of troops in cases of
emergency and danger. Wc have
no railway system here, but wc have
expresses instead, and wc hear that
a move similar to the German Em
peror's is to be made- in regard' to
them ; perhaps for the same reason.
Auction Sales by E. P. 'Adams
By ordcrof C.Afong, E-q. . '
Tuesday, January 9th,
At 13 o'clock noon,
At Sales Room, I will oil'er at Public
i? 570 wicks No. 1 Sugar
j' !24 sacks No. I1 Sugar 4
Ar m Sacks No. 2 Sugar,
331. AimiVi, Altctionoqv.
C. BREWER & Co.
O (lento lhe, public a line of
Impoi led" from the East,
and mauufactuicd liy celebrated makers
cApies's'for tliis market.
Very Stylish Cut-Under
Cairyall, iimde1 by aicwMV. IKimlmll &
BASKET l jETONS
Very neat and Myli-h, from K1nib.ili&
1 Bench Wagon, BmnicU'imukc.
" SldcnslVoHhig Buggy.
All the above, Will bo1 sold taw.
I'm ties desiring to liulclmsc will'do well
to cull and examine our stock before
ai im ff C. BREWER & Co.
A MEETING of, the planters' Labor
it Supply Company Mill beheld
THIS JAY,'(Mbnday) Jan. 8lll, at 10 a.
in., In the ofllec over w. G. Irwin & Co.
2U1 It E. P. Adams, Secretary.
T G. West's C'arihiL'o Fa
70 Queen street, Four Good HELP.
EH8 in the trimming shop. Good wages
t!lil lw O. WEST.
A SITUATION as Tutor and Book
jV keeper, good ii'feiciicei. Engjibh,
l'i LMicli, Latin nud lntliciiuitlcs, Ad.
diess Book-keeper. Bulletin Olllcc.
ACAIIPET BAG loft 'about a fort,
uigbt aao ju;a Hjwp iicarl-it. rti,
In Hotel or King Directs, Adtlrec AH.,
Bulletin gnUjc, t "(IJ lit
THE HAWAIIAN ALMAG & AKKtfAL,
IS now icady and for snle'al tho varl
oun Book'Stou'S, In anv iiiuintity by
T. "o. 'raitiiM,
2fJ(Jt i . I'liWMuTi'
'A nativi: liamed'Paiola witlFsomc
-others had an aggravated affray on
tho mail steamship wharf on Satur
day , night late, He received a
straight fracture oil tlic'fop of llil
skull k fourjnehes Jong probably,
'from n bl'ow'from awooden buck'ct.'"
, lu was progressing favorably up to
a late hour last night. I ho case will
be brought on this morning.
CHANGE 0F TIMT!
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Waikiki & Punahou Routes
liino il Oniuibu.s.sc.s.
S3.' 2 SS
?r srn oa
' 'uiMly IFi'me.
Palama and Kalihi Route
T...ivnTmvn Leave Kalllii
0:00 A.M. 0:30 A.M.
12:00 p.m. 12:45 p.m.
Determined to Undersell !
, , -Notice. ' t
rOTWITHSTANDING Ulic i'mpu.
i. dent, ignotant and malicious no.
lieu )iiblisbeil In youvpaper -by A.M.
Mellis, reftnidiiiyr bis pcisonal attack on
me and hi ability to sell bid goods at
,bcd lock iirieerf, and otbeivsimilnr fabri
cation matter. I would hiinply -ay that
bib tirade by this method to deceive the
public has loug sinre beciifully played
out, and even the native element 'has
been toq often' deceived by oer-chige-i)
and' goods palmed off onjlicm cnthcly
averse to'Wbat he'ieprcsentcd them to
Conipaic for one moment my large,
vaiied and spleadid'.stock In my fancy
and dry goods depaitmenls, nvith. the
niiniatmu a.srorlment) of hi'u Mollis.
Since I dissolved paitnersbipwith A.M.
Mcllls some two vears ago, I liave en.
Inigidiuy jdareol bus inesb four times
tile size it wasllipii: and my stock is
even now too large to uccommodatc tho
stoie. Is' it any wonder 'that I undersell
him? It is not the slightest dimeullv for
mctoselbmy goods in any departiuent
fiom25to50 per cent, lower than him,
and I hao facts to prove this asseillon,
all, of which Mellis Is as fully aware of
as theipublic; ibul like bomb others of
his nature when diflloulty arise: Had e
falling oil', itc, ho risks his1 last ehancu
by publishing a sickly caid to mislead
the public, Tho actual drawback to A.
M. .Mollis Is his unaofjuaintancc with
the Eastern and . English wholesale
:turers, which scts..bim at sea.
us ho docs, indirecllv. nhvlriir
in;;" pneo, nun iiccsmsc no canaoi com.
,i)cte .witltiue,. 9wingtq his nuichiifps
being made Ibrough commission agen
cies. Itiwouhl be pimply Ridiculous for
mo fo comiihi'c my cliolce. w'ell-solocled
and vaiieijibtofk, iiipoi(iig, as I do,
largely fiom dhect manufacturing
houses alnoad, with tho fe,v lines of as
sortment of A. M. Mollis, (1If onc-thlrd
of nly 'stock of dry or'fanev goods was
placed In A. M. Mellis' small store,thcro
would not be. sulllclent room leit to even
hangtlfohtortrillt of saldA.M. Mellis.
I would advise Mr. Mollis to start out in
the now, 'year with' fair dealing and
lament rrpicsoji tut loan, and apply him.
self to his business instead of falsifying
his nolghbor and making indcscict'n as
foi lions, which accusations eventually
will terminate sadly against him. To ho
.jealous as A. M. MollU has so conspioii.
otisly shown himself to bo by his caul,
Ifccauso my well-regulated pricen and
goods are drawing oil' his small trade, is
a sad, onion indeed to Mr. Moll isj but if
li'c cannot comneto wljh io In gooilslind
low prices' ho must-sink into oblivion,
as time and tide waits for no man In
these enlightened days.
Ijellcving from tliu'kind patronage be.
stowed on mp that he mibliu fully relv
on my word that I can undersell A, M.
Mollis1, that I always Jmvo aud always
will. I rema'n, vcrv 'respectful! v,
CHAB. J. l4ISIlfcL,
Proptlctor Leading Millinery House,
21)01 ' Cor. Fort and Hotel Its; lw
Wne open top iiupgy ip
good order, f2 seats )
Cla'ap for cash.
OWING TO THB UNUBUAL DEMAND THAT WE HAVE HAD tfOU
ltl3iar & BAUTON'S
And, notwithstanding the
lot that wc opened a few
weeks ago, was the largest
wc have ocr received, wc
lludi otu selves tptito out of
many at Holes.
-We have decided lomnko
a llbcial discount to all pur
chasers of these goods and
GORHAM SILVER WARE
until after the Christmas
i. 5Vc arc obliged to order
n'news-supply immedi ikly,
in order to be piepaied for
those weddings which aio
to come oil' soon.
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E. O. HALL & S'ON'S.
A WSK AbSOitTiir.KT OP
Boots, Shoes, Slippers, tSandal$, Ties, &c.
THE FINEST SELECTION OP GENTS SCARFS,
One In aloe, till of which arc ' ' .
Eminently Suitable for Ohrifetmas Prenstes
2T7 A. TV. KICHARDSON & CO.
rX"o liippci'K oi" ITreijsrlit'
iiikI l'tvMwcupjcrH per
AFTER the return of the Likolikc on
Sunday, January 7th,she -will be
hauled up for repaiis.
The Steamer "IiChua"
will bo placed on the Likollkc's route,
and will leave onTucsday.r Jahua'ry'Oth
for the usual ports on Mam andHawa'H.
The Steamer " Mokolii"
will, Jake, thc.LchjuVs .route, -an;l will
leave on tonday, January Oth, for Molo
kai and Hana, Maui.
BSTThc accommodations of IheLchua
being limited, shippers 'off reight will
take notice that 'freight "will only be
shipped in tho order it is received. The
fust down being the first shipped. No
freight .will be receipted for after 3
p. m.ion the day of departure of either
J894t WILDER & Co.
rpiIE Union Feed Company, composed
JL of Bruce Cirtwright, W. S. Luce,
and A. W. Hush, was dissolved on the
28th day of December, 1882, Hrucc Cart,
wright purchasing' the critho interest of
W. S. Luce and A. W. Hush, who from
the 28th December, 1882, ceased to bo
paitners in the said Union Feed Comp.
any. , Bruce Cart wright, the purchaser,
ashumhig all jiabiliticsof snid Company
prior to date of dissolution thereof.
AV S. LUCE.
201 lmt A. W-, BUSK.
r C'o-I'nrtiierMliip otico. r,
THE undersigned bog lenvo to notify
the public that they have this day
entered into a co.paitnership to carry on
a Livery'and Carriage Express busincs
at Iho well known stapd, tho Fashion
Stables. ,Thc HrnijnameUo bo known as
Sullivan; Buckley &"Co.
. f JNO. SULLIVAN;,
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Honolulu, Dec. 10, 1883. 201 lw
Notice. '. '
THE undersigned 'beg learo-to notify
i tho public piat Mr. II. J. Agnow
is no longer connected with tli6,Fasliiou
Stibles, Honolulu, and thereforq they
w ill not bo rcsponslblo for any contracts
made by him after this date. ""
SULLIVAN, BUCKLEY &'Co.
Honolulu, Doc. 10, 1882., 2IU lw
Notice. , , (
TpiIE undersigned begs1 td notify tho
JL publle that ho is no longer con.
neclcd with tho Fashion Stables of this
city, and therefore will apt bo rcspoiisl.
b'oifonany debts contracted, jtfter this
II. J. AONEW.
Honolulu, Dec. 10, 1882. 288 lw
AN Adjourned Annual Meeting of the
stockholders of the, -Hawaiian
Bell Telephone: Company will bo hejd
at iho ollleo of Mr. II. A. Wldcmanu on
Wednesday, Jan. 10th, 18), at 10 a.m.1
201 111 CO. BEHaER.'Bce.
A DIVIDEND uf $1Q per share iii
tho Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
has been declined nmL, U payable to
Stockholders at tho olllcc of
287 lw " C. HltE'.VEfi & Co.
THE Annual Meeting of thoKapio.
lani Park Association will bo held
at the' armory, in this city, on Mondify
evening, January 15th, 1883, at 7 p.m. t
A full attendance is requested.
II, MAOFAULANE, .
Wo would hero-remark
that wc often have occasion
to send special orders for
Plated or SI Ivor Ware, some
limes to bo maiked with
letter, or monogram, which
is done In beautiful stylo.
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iiij inu uiMiing BCIS 01
Forks and Spoons, or any.
thing else, maiked or not
Viaikcd,, would do vcll to
leave the order vas toon aa
ibsslblb. ' "
leant If 111 unods lirrnrn lli
1 arc all gone. You all know
they are to be found at
ALL pnrtiesdndobted to'D.' W. Clark
arc requested .toisctllc the samo on
or before tlip 13th instant; ' and all par
tics, having bills against the sainc arc
requested to present the' same "without
dclriyj i T -?r i
Parties having, clocks, watches and
jcwclryvat my, (store, for, repairs, will
please cnll'for jho same at once, as Lin.
tend' leaving thoKiiigiloin on' the 10th
instant. ' '
290 lw ' )D. Wi CLARK.
A Gooil Chnnce
TO buy a Shooting Outfit, consisting
of 1 Colt's, brccch.loading Shot
,Gtin, 12 gauge: l,cartrfdgo belt, 20 brass
shcllHv 1 shooting coat, l 'cartridge ex
tractor, 1 rap extractor,' 8 wooden decoy
ducks, and rn assortment of .shot,' pow
der, caps, and wads. .Enquire at this
Onice.r ; - ,200
A CERTAINi jS.totoment lemanatlng
from ChasJ J. Fishel, in Lis nd
vcrtisenient in one of our natlvc'papers,
has appeared in several issues of late,
whcrein,ho basely uses my name, setting
forth to the public that lie cim.unilcr
sell mo, and solicitlno; patronage in this
cunning, scheming way. I desire to
i wain the public1 of his 'baseness and'to
cpnvince all that my goods arc always
marked. down to bed lock prices, and I
.cannot Jm lindcisold by sijid, Fishel,
besides my goods arc always'frcsh and
A. M. MELLIS, Proprietor,'1 -ironolulu
288 lw 104,Fort Street.
BOOTS & SHOES !
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Foot-weatf of all kinds, "
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i. . )&W tP. quit ,?ve,ry,puTie,
n i iff.
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Has uijt oj)ciied(and,Is lowjfccjljug 0,
' ' Spelthiitl' StocJc ' ''" "'
of Hoots and Shoes
of tho'licst workmanshii) ud neuuit
Embroidered, Ohrhtmaai Slippers, ,
English Walking Shoes, ' ' '!'
Congress Gaiters.&c ,&c.
Tho " Stronghold" English Walking Gafta'rs
that novcr rip.
Fiepeli Calfskin Du-ss Boots, ' ' '
Riding BooNPlantallon Boots,
Ladies' and Children's Boots and Shoes
' in the latest fashions.' .
E2TA liifgo stock of Fr'cnbh Drcsbing.
F. .GEUTZ, ' '
11 ll'qvt direct P.
2 ly ' Opposite Pantheon Stables
' To Let, ""
JiQLA Those Hpleiulld Premises. No
OJSaKOO'Berelanla street. Apply.to
USBBm aa. montano, i i
2807.lw ,i CVFvrUad'Kllnj'iitrwlii.
,e.fc.r v fe..
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