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rPHK UNDERSIGNED have r.imcd
X u i'opiirtmThip undei the linn
nnino of- NPUltt'KELS &, Co." for Iho
mirpou of carrying on u general bank
ing nml exchange buslut'-s at Honolulu,
nud such other places in the Hawaiian
Kingdom as may he deemed advisable.
(Signed) CLAUS SFHEOKELS.
Wm o. imviN.
P. P. LOW.
Honolulu, Jan. 1 tth, 1H81.
Peferring to the ahoc wo bog to in
form the business public Hint we are
prepaiod to make loans, discount npprov
ed notes, and purchase exchange at the
iicst current tales. Our arrangements
for veiling exchange on the piincipal
points in the United States, Europe,
China, Japan and Australia are being
made, and when perfected, due notice
will he given. We shall also be prepared
to receive deposits on open account,
make collections, and conduct a general
banking and cxclinii&itlmMncs.
010 3m fi (signed) SFkECKELS & Co.
m gnus 8n,v;thu
Pledged to neither Sect nor Fart;.
But established for tho benefit of nil,
SATURDAY, FKM. 1C, 1S8-1.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Gymnasium Exercises for Ladies
and Children from ! to 11.
Mr. E. P. Adams will bold his
Regular Casli Sale, at 10.
Band, Emma Square, -1 :i30.
Gospel Temperance Meeting at
Bethel, at 7:90.
Concert, Kaumakapili, 7:00.
Bethel Sunday School, at H:-I5.
Fort St. Church S. S. at ! : lf.
St. Andrew's Cathedral S. S. 10.
Bethel, Rev. S. C. Damon, at 11.
St. Andrews' Cathedral, Rev. Mr.
Wallace, morning and evening.
Fort St. Church, Rev. J. A. Cru
zan, morning and evening.
Prayer Meeting Y. M. C. A.,
Bible Class at Fort St. Church
THE ATHLETES ASSEMBLED
On Thursday night at their Gym
nasium to hear the reports of the
ofliccrs for the past year. Mr. F.
Wundcnbcrg occupied the chair.
The following is the report of the
Directors of the Honolulu Athletic
Association presented at the second
annual meeting of the Society.
The Directors on retiring - from
olllcc have the pleasure to repot t
that the Association's Gymnasium
was opened, according to the an
nouncement made at the last annual
meeting, in the month of February
of last year, and that it has been in
constant use by members ever since
although the attendance has been
During the year Mr. Clarence
Macfarlane resigned Ills oflicc as a
member of the Directory, and, in
accoidance with the by laws Mr. AV.
M. Giffard .was elected to fl 11 his
Guided by experience, and in
deference to the expression of opi
nion offered to them by a number of
the more active members of the as
sociation, the Directors authorized
the Treasurer to accept, from lady
members, half the dues fixed by the
association at its last meeting.
They also resolved to admit boys
and girls under 15 years of age, to
the use of the Gymnasium, on pay
ment of 2.0 cents per month, only
those being admitted to this privi
lege who were approved by the Sub
committee which was placed in im
mediate charge of the Gymnasium.
These changes in the rules of tho
association the Directors now sub
mit to the members for conlirma
The finances of the association
are in a healthy state as will be been
from the report which the Treasurer
willpiesent. Accordingjto the consti
tution all the olllcers of tho associa
tion retire, to-night and it will he
the duty of the members to elect
their successors at this meeting.
The report of the Treasurer, Mr.
C Boltc, showed that the total cash
receipts amounted to S2,a.'30.'10 and
the expenses to S-2,!322.9f, leaving a
cash balance of 87.50. Tho total
indebtedness of the association is
$750. The outstanding dues amount
to $20 and tho association possesses
tho .valuable property on which tho
buildings are erected.
The new life members- for tho
year were Colonel Clans Sprcckcls
and Mr. "W. W. Hall. Donations
had been received from Mr. S. B.
Dole, Mr. E. S. Cunha and Mr. J.
II. l'aty to whom a special vote of
thanks was accorded.
Tho value of the property of the
association is estimated at $1,02C
0.'). and the number of members is,
at present, Ladies l.'i, Gentlemen
15, Life Members 12, Total 72.
The following olllcers were elected
for the ensuing year: President, S.
B. Dole. Vice-presidents, Mrs. E.
P. Adams and Mr. F. "Wundenberg.
Secretary, Mr. J. S. Webb. Trea
surer, Mr. C. Boltc. Directors,
Messrs. Jack Dowsott, Guy Wodc
housc, C. Stilhnan, liny Wodchousc,
Frank Godfrey, J. Brown, J. Castle,
II. M. Whitney, J. I. Dowsclt Jr.
There was considerable discussion
concerning the election of olllcers.
It was staled that the President
would, for some months, be engaged
in mental athletics. It was conten
ded that it was providential that a
newspaper man should be the Socrc
tary, although he confessed that he
had not been inside the building
since the last annual meeting. It
was proposed that all the old direc
tors should be struck out as they
had never attended.
Mr. Fred Macfarlane, one of the
old directors, hereupon tendered his
resignation as he preferred an hono
rable dismissal to a dishonorable dis
missal, though he admitted his neg
lect. The election of ladies to the va
rious olllccs was mentioned, but,
when their names were mentioned it
was discovered that some had
changed them during the year, and
Mr. Hay Wodchousc, who seemed
to "know all about it," said that
other lady members were going to
change their names very shortly.
Mr. Fred Macfarlane thought it
was rather rough, on a fellow who
had ridden four miles in an express,
to be kicked out and get no thanks,
so he moved a vole of thanks to the
retiring directors, of which bo was
This was seconded by Mr. Castle
who commented upon their assiduous
and protracted duties. (Vote of
thanks carried with acclamation).
On motion of Mr. Frank Godfrey,
the initiation fee of new members
was increased to $5.
Mr. l' Wundcnbcrg gave notice
of motion, for the next meeting, to
change the constitution which bad
evidently been got up by parlies who
were not acquainted with the com
munity or its requirements. He
wished to reduce the number of a
quorum from Iwoiity-iivc to a rea
On motion of Mr. Frank Godfrey,
the Secretary was instructed to ad
vertise the date of each quarterly
meeting, as their members probably
belonged to several organizations
and would forget the time of their
On motion of Mr. Castle, who
commended the Secretary and Trea
surer for their untiring efforts in the
past, and pointed out that it was
only by the sainc kind of labor that
they could succeed in the future and
Jiang together (where?), a hearty
vote of thanks was passed to these
The meeting then adjourned sine
die. The piano not having been
tuned, the Southern Breeze with cho
rus was not rendered. The political
combat between the British repre
sentatives of the Gazette and Adver
tiser was omitted through the ab
sence of the former and the sudden
disappearance of the latter.
Here cndelh the second annual
Ciii .-espoiulence Is solicited on the lop.
ics .-l the day, or what may become ho.
We jescrvo the right to e.vcitc purely
Wu do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinion? cxprci-hod by our cor
LEPROSY IN THE SCHOOLS.
Eonon Bui.i.rriN : The letters of
Mr. Ashford and Dr. Trousseau,
which appeared in the Bui,u:tjn yes
terday and this morning respectively,
in rcfcrcnco to scholars reported to
be lepers, require some explanation.
I do not know Mr. Ashford or the
authority whence his knowledge- is
derived, but his statement "that
Mr. Gibson refused compliance"
witli the condition of the romoval of
all tainted scholars is wholly untrue.
You will notice that the letlcr of Dr.
Trousseau gives no ground for such
a supposition ; Dr. Trousseau fails
to stato that the chief question de
bated bclwean us, at our interview,
was whether a medical examination
of all the schools should bo adopted
or each scholar should ho required
to produce a. medical certificate of
health. Dr. Trousseau objected to
(bis last propob.nl, on the ground Hint
it is easier to say who is a leper than
to say who is not one.
To myself, coining from another
tropical country whcio leprosy is
also making ravages on the native
population, it seems that, both here
and iu sonic of the American Stales,
there is an unreasonably excessive
fear of this disease, amounting almost
to a panic. On the principle ex
pressed in the proverb, "give a dog
a bad name, and hang him," many
would hurry off, to Molokai, a sup
posed leper, before they are quite
certain that the individual in ques
tion is a leper or not. It seems to
be thought tho height of justice, to
apply to a disease n principle which,
if applied to crime, would at once
cause a great outcry I Docs the law
of any truly civilized country con
demn a man without atrial? Yet
this principle of justice, of treating
others as we should desire to be
treated under the same circumstances,
is often violated with regard to sup
posed lepers in these islands. More
over, we should never forget that by
confining a number of persons or
animals in any place, of whom some
have a transmissible disease while
the rest are healthy, the healthy may
Setting aside, as purely medical
subjects, all questions regarding the
origin and pathology of leprosy, 1
would state that the principles which
guide me in the examination and
treatment of suspects arc best ex
plained 1)3 reference to a case which
occurred in my practice in Madagas
car. The case to which I refer is
that of a native school master and
preacher in an important town.
The European inspector of schools,
Mr. Shaw, detected red stains like
those of leprosy on this man's face
and took him to a Missionary who
boasted of his medical knowledge
and who declared that the disease in
question was not leprosy. Still Mr.
Shaw was not satisfied, especially
when the disease began to spread
over the man's person, and sent him
a distance of some two hundred
miles to me. On enquiry, the man
gave a clear story of exposure to the
contagion of leprosy, not concealing
the facts of repeated visits to a bouse
where he knew one inmate was- a
leper, of eating out of the same dish
and of drinking from the same mug
as this leper. I told Mr. Shaw that,
although 1 was nearly sure the dis
ease was leprosy, yet I would not
condemn the case as hopeless until
medical remedies had been diligently
tried for six or eight weeks. At the
end of eight weeks, as no symptoms
of improvement shewed themselves,
I pronounced the case hopeless, and
the man died si confirmed leper be
fore I left the country.
G. "W. Pauki-.ii.
Hoxou-i.r, Feb. 15th, 1881.
AUCTION SALE BY E. P. ADAMS,
Eegular Gash Sale
On Saturday, Fol). 1 (Jth,
At 10 a.m. at Sales Room, will
Dry Goods, Suits Clothing,
Abo, to cloe consignments
50 Bxs. (Medium Bread,
CO Hicks Urown Sugar,
10 do Corn, fi hacks Wheat,
fl do Potatoes, Barrels Salmon,
Kegs Putter, Sewing Machine,
Ucihlead, ifcc , &c.
E, P. Aimjis, Auctioneer
fTMIK Partnership heretofore existing
X between Wiseman and Ashley do.
lug business in Honolulu us General
Iluslness Agents, is this day dissolved
by mutual consent. Mr. Atliluy retires
and Mr. Wiseman continues tho busines
and assumes nil debts and llubilltiuj
owed by the Into linn,
.1. E. WISEMAN,
W. G. ASHLEY.
CSTMr. Ashley continues tho business
of Wells, Fargo & Co. (!XI lw
HPllE Stock and good.will of n Shoe.
JL maker's Shop in Wailuku, includ
ing a JIowo I) Machine (now), PonchiH,
Lusts, etc. A good location; lent low,
and a good ciMom trade. Inquire of
Ma Kckart, Honolulu, or
II. L TOEXNIES,
0:23 lw AValluku, Maui.
JTMMt tho Conviction of tho person or
. poisons that entered my premises
on tho 0th of Jan. 1881, and robbed tho
hotise, and destroyed seveial bags of
NO KA 1IOPU ANA i kn mea u innu
mea palm i hclu ai ma ku'u uliiu ma ka
hit) o Ianuaii, 1881, a komo lloko oka
halo a hoopoiuola ho lehukliii o im Kku
Al (a ka lioloholoua).
Jon. 10th, 1581, 010 lm
KEDUCTION IN PltlCES.
Trcgiomi & Atwalov,
Tailors and Clothiers,
Foirr & 1 1 m til. Si s. 030 flni
.44 H, ADLB1I
begs to Infoim tho public
that he has just received per
" Mariposa " a huge assortment ot
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
SILOES AND SHIPPERS,
AKo, Men's ltooN and Shoes, all of
which nre of the tlnest quality, and will
At llio IiowcM poHKlble prircN.
Ring up Telephone No. 202.
IF YOU WANT n Cheap Job done to
any part of the Cliy or Suburbs.
Next to Hammer's Harness Simp.
c.02 :im b
KTo. 96, King Street,
Telephone, No. 130
HAVING BOUGHT out the business
of AV. 11. Wilkinson, the under
signed is prepared to carry on a general
Express HuMae.; and hopes by proinpt-ne-,s
and dispatch to merit, a lair share
of the public patronage.
WENNER & Co.,
Have on hand New Foreign and
Home Made Jewelry,
Watches, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks.
And Ornaments of all kinds
Silver and Gold Plate,
Elegant Tea Sets--in Solid Silver
Suitable for Presentation.
NATIVE JEWELRY A SPECIALTY
.Repairing and mending in all
The Sole Agent for King's
CELEBRATED EYE PRESERVERS.
GEO. E. SHEEMAN.
No. 42 Ki.vci Sinnrr.
Trees and Saddles of all kinds made to
older and repairing Harness, etc., done
in short notice. All orders promptly ill
tended to. 593 ly
TO BUTCHERS, GEAZIERfe
and all whom it may concern.
-pf.-JTp!"' The undersigned having
(dN'JISiaaile alterations, additions,
'jSspJSSMnnd improvements in his
fiBn.',4ri'i sAE FACT03SV,
is now pieparcd to give
The Highest Cash Value
for any quantity of
And will furnish containers for the same
fieo of co'jl to any one who may desire.
TIHOS. W. ISAWIJXS,
Honolulu Soap Works.
Office in Ilrlck HiiiUHnc,
Klngstieet, Leleo. 483 ly
Kerosene Oil !
KEROSENE OIL !
I'uluco aiiL Vulcan linmilh,
K. " Spaitan " and " Heniy James,"
rrUIESK Favorite Oils, equal to, if not
X Superior to any In tins .Market.
For Salo at Lowest Rates
Either WlmlcEiilu or lletail, by
Castle & Cooke,
fi72 Sim And Oilier Dealers.
A Lot of Land
300 ft. wido by 300 ft. deep,
Situated on niakiii side of Ileretnniii
Street, near tho residence of Mr. Wong
(Jul. Water laid on
STABLE AND OUT-BUILDINGS
' also on thi: riii:.Mihi:s.
Trees ami Flowers inn now planted and
Grounds are woll laid out.
!'.,fK-- CHUbAN & CO.
OF every description o.coiited with
ncntnc83and dispatch at the Daily
Boots, Slioes ai Sliiers.
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
: OUR OWN PATENTS :
HrcitMng Flows, Pico Flows fi to 1!) Inch, Cultivators and Horse llanous.
BUCKEYE MOWERS' '
A veiy complete Assortment
Magneso Calcitc Firo Proof Safes, abso
lutely fire proof
HARKNESS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
NEW DESIGNS IN SILVER PLATED WARE.
Wire Cloth, Wlie Netting, Pico Cloth, Hlid Cages,
Illnok and Fencing Who, Pumps, Windmill?, Tanks,
Hydrauclic Rams, Skidgate Oil in Five Gallon Tins.
Kerosene and Lubricating Oils a specialty, A good Stock on hand, and to anlvc.
Call and exam hit: our New Goods.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
A. M. MELL1S
has just received a new lot of
EEADY FOR PUMISHING HOUSES.
Lambrequins, Cornices and Picture Frames
OV UVKllY UUSCllU'TION JlADi: TO OltDKll.
1 05 & 107 Fort Street, Honolulu, II. I.
C2J" Island Orders will receive Prompt and Careful Attention. COO 3m b
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and SI
iTv Irr n iiiifTTBrBwH jsP"51
WHITMAN & WEIGHT,
(Lato SI. .T. TIOSJE.)
All orders for 'Wheel-vehicles of every description filled with promptness and
dispatch. First-class Mechanics employed all the year round.
JCSr FINE CARItlAGrE WORK A SPECIALTY, -a
Nollnm: too hot or too heavy for u. TRAM CAKS, OMNII1USSF.S, PLANTA
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX OAltTS, Hindu loonier, altered or lupnired.
Our Ilorsc Shoeing- Department
Is under the supervision of u practical man a mechanic second to nor". V. f
have no use for soakinn scalds or lot tubs. All work guaranteed.
S"01mrgc9 moderate. "WHITMAN & "WKIG1IT,
1C3 ly 7.1. 77 and 81 King Street.
FINE TUItN OVEIt
FOH SALE CHEAP manufactured
I'X " MAIUl'OSA "
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
245 A. S. 0LKG1IOUN & CO.
Grocery and Feed Store.
WOLFE & JJDWAltDS, corner of
King and Nuuanii ttreuls.
Fresh Groceries by every Menmer. Or
ders solicited, and goods delivered In
any pan of tho city. fiOl dm b
A 1 INK LOT OF
Matting- oi' all Grades
1101 H WHITE AND COLOHEI)
For Sale at
482 A. S. CLEailOHN & CO
rPIIK lobular weeklv meeting will bo
X hell over MA'S' NEW STOHK,
opposite lluthel, King Street.
, GEO. 0AVJ3NAGH,
Notice of Itcmovnl.
iii-i. UUWA.KJVI nas iciuoveu ncr
Dressmaking Establishment to
No. 51 Borotania Street,
Nest door to Mrs. Dickson's.
svwtt nn m.-u ! -wTr--ajwj
j Pianos, 1
j Guitars, I
I Banjos, WP
E Strings. "
g5f75, 77 ami 81
Office Sup't Water Works,
Honolulu, July 3, 1882.
ALL persons having Water Privileges
nre notified that their Water Pates
are payablo semi-annually, in advance,
at tho office of tho Superintendent of
Water Works, foot of Nuunnu street,
upon the 1st day of January and July of
cachvear. CHAS.IJ. WlLSON,
o ,r ,., Sup't A ater Works
S. K. Kaat. Minister of Interior. 204
"" " ' .B .... , ..
Govhiinoh's Owiok, IIoxo-)
MJI.U, Sept. 21, 1683. f
NOTICE Is heieby given that no debts
. contracted on behalf of tho Ha
waiian band will he recognized or paid
unless ordered by tho undersigned.
Jno. O. Dominih,
Governor of Oalin.
ANY ONE found on my premises at
Moanalua without my peimission,
will bo prosecuted for trespass.
O ICA MEA o loaa ana inaluna o ku'u
ulna ma Moanalua, mo ku'u aq olo aku
c hoopilia no oia no ko komohewa.
Jan. lfith, 1881. (110 lm
ALL PILLS duo to the Undersigned
up to Sept. UOtli, 188!), if not bet
tied on or hefoio February lbt,wlll bu
placed in tho hands of a Collector.
002 "i W. E. FOSTER.
WILL NOT be responsible for any
debts contracted In mv nninn i. ft,...
this date, without my written oider.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, 1881. (117 !iw
LOST on Satuiday night on Hotel st.
A iloublo English Traveling Pug,
u dyed sheepskin foot rug, and mi em.
broldered dust-wrap. Tho ahovo re
ward will bo paid on returning bamo to
400 G. W. MACFAPLANE & Co
&' jfitr, i it
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