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TUESDAY, JAN. 1C, 1883.
this day's Doings.
Union Prayer Meeting ta Fort St,
Church at 7:30
Excelsior .Lodge, I.O.O.F. 7:30.
.Lottery of Portraits nt "Williams'
WHY ABE THB LEPERS DENIED
A PHYSICIAN ?
The subjccLof providing proper
medical attendance for the lepers on
Molokni liaving been brought before
tio public by the Buu.utix, is as
b uning some' prominence. The
Sutitrda; i'rw has taken the mat
ter up, and in its last issue uses the
following strong but well-chosen
language, "Mercy and justice de
mand that a resident physician be
scut them." To this proposition
every merciful and every just man
will c;ivc a hearty assent. There
ought to be no necessity for arguing
the matter at length: the simple
statement of the case, as already
made by us, should be sulllcicnt. In
fact, argument implies a question
with two sides, nnd if there is any
other side to this, question it certain
ly has not occurred to us, nor have
we ever heard or seen it suggested
by others. The Premier's organ is
as dumb, as an 03'stcr, which is not
strange considering that the measure
wo now advocate was one of Mr.
Gibson's tiump cards during the
Legislature of 1878, at which time it
was mainly through his exertions
that an appropriation of ten thous
and dollars was voted for a physi
cian's salary for two years. Al
though Mr. Gmsox has since passed
from the ranks of His Majesty's
Opposition to the position of His
Majesty's Prime Minihter, he has
never publicly professed any change
of opinion on this subject, nor is it
probable that he would care to do
so even now. "Wc do not sec the
consistency of a gentleman, as a
private member of the Legislature,
advocating a measure, which, as
President of the Board of Health, he
jnanifests no disposition to carry
into effect. Is not a resident physi
oiau as much needed at present as in
1878? Surely it cannot bo said that
the condition of those people has so
changed as to render what was then
a necessity a' mutter of indifference
now. The npuropriations for the
present Bonn', of Health arc largely
in excess of the amounts appropriat
ed for any former Boards. The
taxes have been coining in freely for
the past two or three months, and
there must be plenty of money. In
view of these facts, we close this
aiticlc with the bame pertinent
question with which we began it:
"Why arc the lepeis denied a physi
Police court January 15.
Ah Long, 1)., Mitkckac and Samu
el, drunk, forfeited bail $G each.
Paulo fined 85 and 8 1 costs, and
G. llarrigan lined 810 and 81 costs
for dnuikcnncss. Ah Ying ond Ah
Fook, ' inipo'rting opium into the
kingdom per Falkinberg, nol. pros,
Knupc and ICanakaole, affray, fined
$5 and 81 costs each. Kanaco,
larceny of $i0, the property of. I.
Dow'sett, on the 13th, plead guilty.
Defendant is now in prison for
burglary., Sentenced to imprison
ment at hard labor for ono year and
lined 820 and 81 costs, tocommenco
after expiration of former sentence.
Keawe (w), disturbing quiet of the
night, uul. pros.
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The Lcluia will leave at 3 o'clock
this afternoon for windward port?.
Tho masts for the ship Hope are
now on tho wharf, near the Fish
The Meo Foo brought 000 bngs of
rico from Koolau.
The Eva will probably said at tho
cud of this week.
The Kilauca Hon brought 1770
bugs sugar; the Leluui, 1008; the
the Ehukal, 107 bags paddy; the
Gen. Seigcl, 008 bags rice.
Tho steamer City of New York-,
from Australia, arrived yesterday at
10 n.-niTrWcT sailed for San Fran
cisco at 7 p.m.
Tiik road to Kalihl is bcihgiuaclc,
ami well iu;ule, tgo,
LOCAL & GENERAL ITEM8.
Ot'it thanks arc due to Messrs. J.
"W. Bobcitson & Co. for' late news
favors per mail steamer.
ILvvi: you seen the millinery nnd
hats In "Wnlcrliousc's No. 10 Fort
Mn. J. Williams yestcrdny look
photographs of a group of the re
cently arrived New Hebrideans.
The grand royal portrait lottery
takes place this evening, at Messrs.
Williams & Co's Photo. Gallery!
Why aren't tho gas lamps at the
Post Olllcc lit at night? People very
nearly break their necks over the
A uahy boy was born yesterday on
the steamer while in the harbor to a
passenger named Mrs. Reynolds.
Both doiiiK well.
Tho intentions of the Road Super
visor are good. lie is getting on
rapidly with the work in hand and
proposes to do more.
There has been a three days' Kona
and heavy rains at Ulupalakua, Maui.
It was such rough -weather that they
had to stop grinding.
O.st. of the newly arrived New
Hebrideans died in the Hospital on
Saturday from consumption. He
had only been an inmate for about
Why has the Government appro
priated money for a mounted Police
Force when the horses arc only used
for private people to ride on ? Why
is nothing more done?
A native child fell out of a tree in
a yard on Merchant street, on Sim
day, and was insensible when picked
up. No further particulars have as
yet been ascertained.
Mi. Fnrncaux has now on exhibi
tion, in Mr. Thrum's Fort st. Store,
three very beautiful plaques repre
senting island scenery. There is
also one l3' Mr. Strong a portrait of
a dog, belonging to Mr. Lawlor.
In Mr. Thrum's Fort street stoic,
is a very handsome fire-screen in
Keusiugton stitch, the work of Miss
Moyle, who is giving lessons in the
same. Wc advise those young la
dies with a taste for Art Embroidery
to call on her.
A ni:w method of killing dogs.
Mr. J. Williams, photographer, has,
amongst his other South Sea curios
ities, some poisoned arrows, for
which there is no antidote, so it is
said. These have, wc aic credibly
informed, been successfully used in
killing those diseased dogs so com
monly seen in our sheets.
Srii.i. the custom goes on. Fort
street is crowded with carnages,'
whose occupants compel the unfor
tunate clerks of the establishments
they arc shopping at to carry out
the entire contents of the store. This
custom is not only hurtful to the
assistants, but also to trade, as those
who thus sit outside never see the
wealth of goods displayed inside.
PnoF. Charles II. Hitchcock,
Geological Professor of Dartnipiilh
College, N. II., is expected by the
steamer .from the Coast. He will"
deliver a course of five lectures on
scientific subjects in Honolulu, un
der the auspices of the Y. M. O. A.
,The piicc of tickets to the course is
fixed at $3; single lectures ntSl.
Duo notice will be given of the time,
etc., of commencing.
Mu. J. Williams has just flpishcd
some large and small photographs
of the Matinc Railway and the Like
liko drawn up in tho cradle. Ono of
them shows tho wholo of the woik
nicn employed in the undertaking
with tho proprietor, engineers, etc.
These would make first-class souve
nirs to send to friends, to show
them tho march of progress in
Where is the Harbor's Point Light
House ? The appropriation hasibecn
passed by successive legislatures
The lamps and 'fittings are lying in
the Custom House, and it Is said
that tvo of pupntci'Ulniul, stonmprs
have touched on tho reef thcio since
llio njipropriutiou way passed, It
well known that this is one of the
most dangerous spots on our coasts.
Why, then, is no action taken ?
(Fiom on r own Correspondent.)
The schr Emma Cliuidinn, Copt.
Matson, sailed January 8th for San
Francisco, with 5291 bags sugar,
weighing 502,505 lbs, 105 salt hides,
and 8 casks tallow; valucd-at 820,
125.00. kohala Notes.
'v From our own Corrcpnnilcnt,
On Tuesday, the 0th, after seve
ral days of mild weather and warm
sunshine, the wind suddenly came
out strong from the S. W., with
plentiful rains. The prospects were
that wc should have a real old-time
Kona, the recurrence of which the
experience of Kohala people has lcdj
them to dread. But it only lasted
for a day, and since then wclmvc
had splendid growing weather for
All the mills in the district, except
the Union, arc now busy grinding,
and Mr. Renlou will begin erelong.
The grinding season will last from
now till June, during which time
there will be a good deal of' u length
ened sweetness long drawn otitj' ill
There have been several meetings'
of the "loial" subjects of this dis
district to discuss the question of
sending a delegation to represent
Noitli and South Kohala at the Cor
onation next month. Plans have
been suggested but not matured yet,
about sending seven from eacli dis
trict. If was pioposcd by one can
didate that the delegates be furnish
cd.with a new suit of iclothesicach
and expenses paid, by the people.
Accidents) on the ,road aud from
horses appear to be unusually fre
quent all around. Last Monday, a.
Chinaman on horseback, riding furi
ously, collided with a native named
Kaanaanaa, also on horseback,
knocking him off and senseless.
Under medical care the injured man
has partially recovered, but the
Chinaman has disappeared from the
NEW SOUTH WALES.
The Pnrkes Ministry have been
severely defeated, and will resign
euily in January. Tho Austral, will
be raised shoitly. The central office
of the Telephone Exchange Co.,
LiSydncj', was wrecked on the 12th of
December, hy an unknown discharge
of electric lluid.
Late Foreign Netvs.
London, Dec. 31. M. Gambctta
is suffering from erysipiles. Ilisjll-nes-
is likely to' be of long'duration.
Sir Clias. Dilkc has accepted a
scat in the Cabinet, and is now seek
IXCELSIORLodsc. No. 1, I.O.O.F.',
U .meets THIS EVENING, Jim. lOtli,
:ii !', o'oiocK. A lull uttcmimico is re
quested, as impoit tut business is to
conic before the Lodge.
2'J8 J. A. McKi.xzu:, Rcc. Scc'y, ,
'w -w jjotiec.. Z
rpiIE Gr.md Royal l'oitrnlt Lotteiy
X. will tuUe ilncu positively this Tuev
iihiy cvcniii!!, i(t ! Williams & .Co'o
Photo. Gallery. Those not Jmviu se
emed a ticki'tYau lie supplied, on nppli
icnlion to J. E. WISEMAN, al'UU olllce,
during I In; day. 3118 11
JGei?" Not ie "a
A LLIDEHTS duo to thd umlcHisned
, X.V inus) ho paid 'on nribcfoioithu Dlfil
January, otlienysc they will he placed
in the hands of a collector.
Sill 2w CAPT. 3IABCIIANT.
Buggies, Carriages, Express Wagons
und every kind of vehicles
and all kinds of repairing1 done-.'
'Ji'o tho Imli(M !
ELEGANT FANCY WORK
i'or tiii: holidays,
OHDEKS taken nml lessoim given In
Ohenjlle, Silks, and Crewel Em
lnoidcry. YVoik to lio seen everyday
from 10 a. in. to 2 p.m., at 131 Foil 'street
(net door to Dr. litodlo). 213 JJin
Death to Hen Lice.
Tho Modioli -l IVe'wt JZkK
These Eggs aic indixpcnsublo to tho
successful biecdlug of poultry. t
' Printed (liu'ctions, how; to uto them,
furulslied to'eaoli-jnucliaser. ''' '
Try them, niul tm.prnvo their vhtue.
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DILLINGHAM & CO.
Reserve this space for announcements of
NEW . GOODS'
5 EL of which they have large
Novoltics in all LincB of
it j T- '
Ji IIP I, JLV-tiCJl-l.VVJCI.9
"A'liirgo Consignment of,
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.Kerosene Oil, in faucet nozzle cans, 150 Fire Test
from Eastern Refiners, for sale in iiuuiililc& to suit,
nt vcryjow prices
A KINl-gAFSOiyrAtKXT OP '
Boots, &hoc$, Slippers,
THE FINEST SELECTION
One in n box, all
Eminently Suitable for tlie Present Season, '
277 A. W. KICILVRDSON &gCO.
AUCTION SALES BY F. S. PRATT & Co.
- -." - -
jVitxjck. this i-AsTii:
wc will hold our
Regular Room Sale
. On Friday of each week.
fc S. PRATT &, Co. Auctioneers.
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE is hereby given that the firm
vof'Broglie, Spear & Co.'is this'dny
dibsolvcd by mutual consent. A. W.
All claims will be paid by C. Uroglie
and J. A. Spear, and all debts win be
collected by them.
The business will continue under the
firm name of Broglic & Spear.
John A. Speak.
A. V. RlCHAIlD'OX.
Honolulu, Jan. 13, 1883. 20 lm
A RESPECTABLE TIDY GIRL or
middle aged woman -to akc care
of childrciinu act as jims-e, ond to tra
vel with the family in foreign lands.
Comfortable home offered with suit
Addi ess or apply to J E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, No. 27 3lcr
clinntMrc'et. 20(! Jlw
One Beautiful Koa Show Case
Velvet lined', 0 feet long,
lli-veled fiont. Two locks with dupli
cate kevh. ,
2110 ill E. O. HALL & SON.
THE LATE MASONIC
t OUET. liand-omclv minted on lino
toned ia)cr, c-pccially for alnoad, to lie
had at (he Booktoie.-, and Hie Pacific
Commercial' Advertiser Office. ' '2!)(1 21
SITUATION as piivate watclfinan by
a hober, steady ninn. Xnqiiiro at
SquiliK's American Lodging House.
,21)5 lw ,,
lVnutcd, ' '
ONE or two NURSE MAIDS for
minding children, and for assist
ance in tlie household. Apply to No. ti
School Stieet, 2081w.
AT G. "WestV Cairiage 'Factory, No.
70 Queen street, Four Good HELP
ER8 In the trimming tdiop. Good wages
21 lw G. WES1
2 LARGE Unfurnhlied Room8, five
minutes walk from Post Olllcc.
27il CAVliNAOll-'B AOMNUY.
Eeal Estate Bureau
OWNERS of Real Estate will always
find jt "to their advuntogc to place
their housci and lands In my caio for
dit.noMil.iib.I am the only acknowledged
Real Estate Biokcr on tho Islands,
AgcnW andPlanleiP, and all oilier cm.
nlpyeuof nicclmnlci and Inboipia will
do well to notify mo when vacancies oc
cur. Lease, deeds, bonds, moijgagop, and
all other legal paqers drawn in proper
Books and accounts kept,
Letters and Engrossing dpnc,
and general business oflleo work1! of
cvci'V description attended to and always
on tlie most reasonable terms. ''
JOSEPJI E. -yiiJEMAN,
Office 27 Merchant Stieet, Honolulu
"relcpuaue 172, V O. Uox, 313 '
invoices to arrive.
Agricultural Implements, !,'
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T tl "My
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i j iijtoJMfce'''
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Sandals, Ties, .0;',
Li 'i !
OP GENTS' SCARESf
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, A'oticc, oi' litoliitioii. . " (
THE co-partnership heretofore exist- -ing
S. Luce and A. W.'Biish, uiirlcr the firm. ,,
name or stylo of ,thdvUni6H,l,cCd'do:; is"
!thisJaydissolvcdi i ' . ' . i(i'
BRUCE CARTWRIGHT I'd'
Dated Honolulu, January ,8, 1888.) j , ! i
THE parlncrshlp''licietoforo existing
between tho said parties' 'above
mentioned, wasjnot dissolved ion the 28th
nay oi .December, 1882. The under- ,
signed has not1 purchased the1 interest .'of '
W. S. Luce and A. "W. Bush, aud.has notd
assumed all tho liabilities of said firm.
BRUCE CARTWRIGHT.-' ""
Datcd.Honohilu, Jan.i.8, 1883. i.ii.23 lm
Notice ol'DiKHolntion. ' ' '
THIEUuion Feed Company, composed; i
of Bruce Cartw;right, . S.,Lucc,
nnd'A. "W; Bush; w;as' rtisolved 'on the
28th day of December, 1883,-Bruce Cart
wright purchasing the entire interest of
W. S. Liicc nndA. Wl'Bush, who1 from
the 28th December, 1882, iccascditOibo
pnitncrs in the said Union Feed Comp
any. BrUcc Cartwright, the purchaser,
assuming all liabilities of said Company
prior to date of dissolution thereof.
W. Si LUCE.
201 lm , A. Y. BUSH. A
Having ptncliascd the goo'd-will of ihe
Hotel Street Maikct, wc are now pre
pared to supply old customers and new ,
ones with tho best quality of Beef, Mut
ton Pork, Veal, Poultry and Eggs at
Shipping supplied with live stock.
CAVENAGH & Co;
Honolulu, January 8, 1883.. 203
rpiIE undersigned beg leave to notify
X the public that they have this day
cnterediiuto a co-partnership to carry on
u Livery and Carriage Express business
at the well known stand, the Fashion
Stables, flicltlrm niinio to be known as
Sullivan, Jluckley & Co. , , ,
' .INO. SULLIVAN,
JNO. BOWLER.; ,
Honolulu, Di?o. 10, 1883.' 201 lw
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f i ,Noticc; i , ii'jn(i
''PHE undci'isigued begjeavo to notify,, ...n
X the public that Mr. II. J. Agnew
is no longer connected with the Fashion '
Stsbles, Honolulu, audi thereforo, they ,
will not be responsible for any contracts
made by him after this date. .
SULLIVAN, BUCKLEY & , Co..
Honolulu, Dec. 10, 1882. " 201 lw '
ALL persons having claims' against
tho Estate ofiM. J. Rose,.dcceused,
wll) please present them to tho undci.
signed; and all 'ncrsoiis indebted to the
abovp Estate will please hettloacpouuls,!
by payment to
. F. A. SOHAEFER.
Honoliilu, Jan. 11, 18g3. 20.' lw
M HAWAIIAN ALHANAC I ANNUAL. '
TS now icady and for sole at tho varl.
a. ous uooK-storcs, in any iiuuntit'
ous Book-stores, in any quantity by
T. G. THRUM,
Tho Hotel Street Market1
Is now in a position to supply their ctis.
jiior)vltU , ., ,,
Prime Mutton, Veal, , ,
and everything in tho pica linCi , i
Semi in your oiders, ,POinpt delivery,,
204 Qavkkaqii & Co.
A. 6, CLEGHORN & Co.
Have received ttilargo ssoittuont of t
Boots & Shoes '
to suit ulj Classen of jiurchuscti), Jgl .