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WKDNKsilAY, MARCH 11, 1883.
THIS DAY'B DOINGS.
Mr. K. 1 Adams will Sell, nl 10
o'clock furniture, house, ImhI, etc.,
estate of T. C. IMlliujihani.
Onhu Lodge, No. 1 K. ofl. 7:!(0.
lk-thcl Prayer Meeting, at 7. :(().
Kott .St. Church, Prayer Meeting
at 7 :!)(.). Business meeting nt H :'!.
St. Andrew's Cathedral, usual
servicer, at 7 :!H).
PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN
As it is not clearly proved that
leprosy is not contagious, it is well
that every means be taken to pre
vent contact between lepers and
healthy pcisons. Now, it is a well
kuown fact that friends of the lepers
"0 down to the Branch Hospital at
Kakaako to sec them, and, although
they do not go inside amongst them,
yet tho only separation between
them is nn open picket fence.
Through this they touch one another
and pass pipes to and fro, so that
the scpaiation is only nominal. The
Board of Health thus, while appar
ently separating lepers, do not do so.
"While, tliercfoic, we do not wish for
n moment to prevent them seeing
and talking to their friends we wish
to prevent any actual contact, and
this could be done by the erection of
a second fence, suillciently far fiom
the other, to prevent anything being
passed from those inidc to those
outside. They could then sec and
talk as much as they pleased with
out any fear of their carrying any
contagion away with them.
It is the duty of the Board of
Health to attend to this matter,
either in the way suggested above or
lu sonic equally cfllcacious a method,'
or else to show conclusively that
leprosy is not contagious.
Monday, Makcii 12.
13. H. Noiton, assault and battery
with n pistol on 0. Alvcrez, remand
ed to l'Jth. Opuuui, Alcleku, Ila
'lomaiii, Kaiwi, Kekulic, "W- Urowu
ingborg, drunks, forfeited 80 bail
ouch. Keo, drunk, fined $o and 1
costs. Palolo, (w) disturbing quiet
of night lined $." and $1 costs. C
Alverez and (J. Moiris, same charge,
remanded to llHh. Kauanui and
"Wiwi, same charge, forfeited bail
Aki, furious and heedless
and $1.80 costs.
lwnbaiiunu, leaving his horse untied
in the street, fined $10 and 1 costs,
lvelcmcnckc, larceny lemanded to
loth. Anamo, assault and battery
remanded to 13th. Paulina, assault
and battery, fined 'j and ij.'J.UO
costs. Ahnew, Kaulii, assault and
battery, noljiron. It. Senmgcour,
remanded from Sth forfeited $0
Tho Monuokuwai bi ought 010
bugs of sugar. '
The Ninito has been put in
thoiough order, and is much ini
prooved in value. Tlio mystery is
still kept as to where sho is bound
for, but moat pcoplo think it is a
fishing excursion North.
The Steamer Sity of Sydney
brought 147 cases of plants etc., 1M
The Discovery took 12.802 cases
sugar, 200 bbls molasses. Value
Local & general items.
Os Monday Mr. Mori ill, thul'orl
Suncyor, found 20 titiH of opium in
a half barrel of .salmon, which arriv
ed on the .Sue..
O.nk of the iMtibcuguru by tho City
of Sydney btated that during tho
ntorni, two of tho passengers were
wuKlied out of their rooms and had
to swim to regain them.
Sonic one left their Iwo-whcelcd
break, with the hornc harnessed to
it, without anyone to look after it,
ami as n consequence the hortc had
walked off. O.v Monday, tit 10 a.m.
it was arrested on Merchant street.
between Fort ami Altikca street?,
Ilts Majesty will be present ntMr.
Cummlng's luau at Waimanalo to
day. He will proceed ou his yacht
Ykstkkiuy tho Hon. A. S. Cleg
horn, F. A. Schacfcr, Consul for
Italy, and J. H. Paty, Consul for
Belgium, visited the Admiral, and
were lcccivcd with customary honors.
The Steamer City of Sydney kft
the wharf last evening some ten min
utes before seven o'clock, the time
set for sailing, and the mails, which
were on the wharf promptly at that
hour, had to be sent out by the pi
lot's boat, and were put on board the
steamer outside the harbor. We un
derstand that it was a very large mail.
Yr.sir.im.vr, at the Police Court,
Mr. Cunha, licensee of the Union
Saloon, prefened a charge of malic
ious injury against the captain of the
Mary E. Dodge. It appears the cap
tain was in the saloon talking over
business with another captain, and
they were talking loudly, and some
strong language was used. Cunha
then called the captain a
when he turned round and threw
the first thing that was at hand at
Cunha's head. It missed him, but
struck some bottles behind the bar
and smashed them. 'Vlio captain
was lined $10 and costs.
Tin: Purser of the City of Sydney
tcporls having passed through very
heavy weather on the np-trip. About
March 2nd tlicy fell in with a strong
gale from the K.E., with a cross sea
from N. and N.K. The waters rose
very high. "Water came on board
over the top of the smoke-stack, and
for 4 hours continuous the space be
tween the hurricane and main-decks
was filled with water. A sailor,
Louis Moisory, a native of France,
was washed overboard off the
Fiicndly Isles, Ofoo and Mann, at 8
a.m. lie was treading water gallant
ly 06 long as he could be seen (a
distance of 2 miles.) The mate,
chief engineer, chief steward, and
purser, had all narrow escapes from
being washed overboard. The storm
lasted for about 30 hours. She
brings Auckland dates to 27th, and
Sydney to 22ml.
WEST MAUI CORRESPONDENCE.
(Fiom Oiir Own Cuicpumlclll.)
Dr. Fitcli has just spent a few
days at Lahaina. His visit caused
the usual excitement among the
natives. Many of them went to him
to bu examined, and he left medi
cines for quite a number.
It lias been raining to day, and
there seems to bo a prospect for
more unsettled weather.
Work on the plantation goes on
as usual. Piospects seem good. The
railway is saving a gieat deal of
labor in biinging the cauo in from
Mai cli 10, 1883.
The native minister had a meeting
with To Kooti, (the leader of the
party of natives who committed the
Poverty Hay massacre in 1808.)
After receiving a promise of future
good conduct from Te Kooti, the
native minister informed him that
he and all others concerned in simi
lar crime nt the time of the war or
consequent on the confiscation of
the land, would be pardoned. This
is done under an act of Parliament
passed last session. These nets of
mercy towards tho natives arc gen
erally approved thioughout the
Colony, but in the places where the
massacres were committed feeling
views tho other way.
Kawhia harbor, a ilnc port on the
west coast of Noilli Inland, south of
the Manukau haibor, near Auck
land, which has been closed to trade
tiincc the war of 18(13, was opened
by tho CI ovcriuncnt early this month.
The water on tho bar was found to
have deepened from 10 to 11 feet.
M. do Ccsarc is in the Colony, in
specting it on behalf of his country
men in Malta, to see if it would be a
suitable place for them to come to.
Iron sand works, for the manufac
ture of ironsand Into iron, have re
cently been completed at Onchuiiga.
A public trial ol tlio process ou tUo
8th February was considered very
satisfactory. Excellent steel has
been produced before, but the cost
was alays too great. Now, Amer
ican machinery has been imported,
and by itssaid the sand can be work
ed chcaplyA The proprietors have
leased ,S miles, of the shore of the
Manukau where the ironsainl, ex
ists to the extent of millions of ton.
The Japanese warship Itiujio left
Wellington for Chili, Feb. 2oth.
Thence she will go to Peru, and
thence to Japan via Honolulu, an ly
ing home in September. It appears
that another Japanese man-of-war
will visit New Zealand next year,
though whether Wellington will be
selected as the port of call is not
known. It seems the passage from
Japan to New Zealand, for the train
ing of their future naval officers, is n
favorite one with the Japanese, the
voyage to England being considered
too long, while that to the East
Indies is invested with too many
risks in the shape of disease. The
Japanese think of testing the New
Zealand maikct with spine of the
products of their country.
The Now South Wales government
have not yet given any definite in
formation as to their intention to re
new (or not) the contiact for the
S. F. mail service.
The Imtts natural born in the
Foxlon district some four or five
months ago, in the shape of two fe
male infants joined together in Siam
ese twin fashion, still thrives, and
there appears every probability of
the -infants arriving at a stage of
healthy and robust health.
NEW SOUTH WALES.
Vciy disgraceful scenes have oc
curred in Parliament. Two members
have resigned, Comparisons have
been made of California and New
South "Wales wines matured in
bottle for 7 years, much to the credit
of the latter.
A successful trial has been made
of the pumps which have been ntted
for raising the Austral. She now
lies on an even keel, and it is ex
pected that she will be floated in a
day or two. All the arrangements
are complete, and success appears
Mr. ltcdmoud, M.P., a member of
the Irish Land League is in Adelaide,
addressing the people on behalf of
that organization. The Overland
wooden telegraph-poles are now
being replaced with iron ones. It is
found that fewer bleaks in the line
Parliament was dissolved on the
30th January. The elections were
to take place the day the mail left.
Over 1.200 tailorcsses wore on strike
for higher wages.
An extraordinarily high tide oc
cuned at Morctou Day, Feb. Sth.
On the 3id January, 1833, at St. Kildn,
Melbourne, Australia, PuihCU.i.A Ho-..
ki.ms, widow of the late ltlehaid F. Hie.
kcrton, of Melbourne, and mother of
Riehard F. Bickcilon, of this city.
fNB or TWO SERVANT GIRLS, or
v7 women for
housework and for
No. 0 Queen sheet Fish Market,
Dealer in choiec-t
llPlT, Vrnl, Mutton, Flnli, Ac, Ac.
Family and Shipping Order carefully
attended to. Live stock furnished to
vessels nt short notice, and Vegetables
of all kinds suppliod to order. 34(1 ly
GOOD native, one who is tiior.
finrrlilv nffllltlltllpil wttll thf Dt'V
Goods lusiiiejs, to such good wages Trill
be given. Apply at the uui.i.ivn.s omee.
FINK 1JUILDINU LOT Mtuato
Kulnokahiia l'Jalnr,; nicu 00,000 wiimro
feel. Thu lot in euchred with n good
Mibstiintlid fence. For ftuther p.irtiou.
lars apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Attorney at Law,
018 tf No, 27 Merchant St., Honolulu
TIT K. A. HERHERT lm lug received
ItX Mime choice varieties ot
YlnoH from California,
lti nowab'o to supply theni iiiuuantitic.s
to suit to tlioo who would wish to try
thoo.pcrlment. If any are doubtful of
tho hiieccss of it they should go out and
bcohU Hunch at Kulihi. "'
1U0 tf Addrw V. O, Do 44
raLLINGHAM & CO.'S
BULLETIN OF NEW GOODS!
Ilono'fi Slandnrd Scnlow, endorsed by the United Stnto3
Government. Scales for all purposes. Dormant
"Warehouse Scale, Ac., &c.
A now and carefully selected assortment of
Cltiimlcllerff, T-iiutipM, nml untmiiN.
Caningc Lamps of most approved Amuiieau patterns.
Plows and Agricultural Impl'ents
The largest vailuty to be found
on tho Islands.
GLOBULAR ifc STREET LAMPS,
WHITE LEAD &, PAINTS.
Something for Everybody a now discovery,
The Magiieso-Oalcito Fire Proof Safes,
Jewel Cases and Uond Coses.
At a lest of the fire pi oof qualities of the Magncso-Calcitc, held on the sand-lot
near the City Hall, Sun Francisco, Nov. STtli, a pile of nhout a cord of pitch-pine
wood was prepared, mid live gallons of lar poured over It. A small lrou clieM, with
a l,f Inch lining of Mngncsoealclte was placed in tho centre of the pile and the
miis set the to. " After the che't hud been kept at n red heat for an hour, It was
taken fiom the lire, eoolcd with water, nnd opened, and the contents, consisting of
pnpns .-.nd eiiaul.irs, were found in n perfcet slate of preservation, being not at all
discolored, only slightly warm, and having a trifling sincll of smoke.
We, ihc undersigned, wore present at the ahove tost, nnd saw the box opened,
and vro certify to the perfect preservation of its contents. The entire test was per
fcetly satisfactory to us. II. L. Donor., (of Dodge, Sweeney & Co.); C. II. Latok,
A public test ol tho quality of theio goods will be made at an early dale.
i .. . i i . , ULB
Reciprocity Relations Rather Revivifying
Between the Hawaiian Islands nnd the United Stntes, and
between the Hawaiian Islands and
.J. . WISEMAN,
Real Estate Broker, Employment Agent and General
. Offlce,'.27 Meichnnt sliccl, Hawaiian Gazette Block.
The only recognized Jteal Estate Broker in the Kingdom.
Land and piopcrly for sale in all parts of Honolulu and the various Islands.
House to lease and rent in Honolulu nnd Milmrlw.
Rooms to rent, cii suite or single, throughout Honolulu.
YOU 0IV BUY
MEDICINES AND TOILET ARTICLES
25 per cent Cheaper at
PALMER & TEACHER'S
IVew Xing- Store,
THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN TOWN.
343 lm 82r IF YOU DON'T BILHVE IT, JUST THY IT.
AUCTION SALE BY B. P. ADAMS
IN accordance with an order made ly
Hon. R. II. Austin, .IiiHflre of the
Supreme Court, pitting in Probate, the
Soil nt Public Auction,
On the premises,
At tho Residence ol tho late C. T. Dillingham
The following property,
the 11th day of March, 1883:
at 10 o'clock, a.m.,
A BEAUTIFUL HOME,
Propeity of the Into (5. T. Dillingham,
adjoining the propeity of Dr. .T. M.
"Whitney on the noilli nnd of IS. F. Dih
lingham on the south. Size of lot
150 ft. front and 225 ft. deep,
Well feneed, and water lsid on
from Government pipes.
Tho Dwelling House
contains seven rooms, besides bath
room, pantry and kitchen.
Thcie are good Out-Buildings consist
ing of teiTants' house, rarrlage
house, stalls for 2 hon.es, feed room,
tool room, harness room, &c.
Tho Buildings are all nearly now, and in
Title in Fee Simple.
House Furniture to bo sold cousihlB f
1 Bedroom set,
1 Iron single bedstead,
1 Lounge, 1 Ciu'.c Sufn,
2 Black walnut Rockers,
Black walnut cane scut chairs,
2 Children's rockers,
1 Centru table, marble top,
1 Small table, mnrblo too.
1 Extension dining table, b.w.
1 3-light chandelier,
1 Dining room lamp,
1 Chei4 of drawers,
Lot of pictures,
Lot of Now Crockorywiu'c,
1 Stoe, 1 B.ith tub,
1 dual Bki'iow,
1 Lot of Tools,
1 Cii lingo Mare,
1 Saddle Maro,
1 Set of Harness,
1 Saddle and Bridle.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
S. L. DILLINGHAM,
Administrator of tlio Entitle of
C. T Dilliughum, deceased.
E. P. Aiumh, Auctioneer
Honolulu, Feb. 22, 1883. 831
ANYONE having a copy of J, W
Kauwahl's "Form Book" to (lis
jio.se of, will llnd a purchaser by bending
mi tf . J. W. Hqpkbtisqh & go.
1 . I
finest Horses to be found in any
drayage business in the city.
Here is a chance for an active and ac.
cominodnting young man that has
n little capital to invest and
make a good living.
This offer is open for two weeks.
For terms and particulars apply to
ii. II. ROBERTSON,
At Brewer '& Co's.
Honolulu, March 14th, 1883. 343 2v
Asbestos Stoma Packing I
For covering Boilers and
A Fresh Lot Just Received,
And for Sale in lots to suit by
3 17 lm Tlteo. II. Dnvles A Co.
Old City Market!
No. 103 Nuuami Street,
TW Y REVIVED I
G. J. Waller, Proprietor.
Telephone , .No. 280.
Always on hnnd and for sale
l'rimo Beef, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, &e., Ac.
Outers received by telephone, or other,
wise, up to 8 o'clock every evening.
Delivery enrtn will In future run to all
parts of thcclty and suburbs.
W Gko. OaYAMUU, MuuugQr,
ct .,,hv .3wfaff t jiMJa
K -$ L.