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JL n (i:ii I in. -1 i miilci (lie linn
name of- Sl'RKl VAm A: Co." for tlio
iiurnoso of carrjiiig cm n general bank
ing and eschango buslin-s- ul Honolulu,
and such other places in the Hawaiian
Kingdom as irmv lie deemed advisable.
(Signed) " CLAUS SPUKCKHLS.
Win 0. lltWIN.
" F. F. LOW.
Honolulu, Jan. 1-lth, 181.
Referiing lo the abmc wo beg loin,
f oi in the business public tlml wo iivo
lircpmoil to make lo ins, discount upptov
cd notes, and puichime echaugc ul llic
best ciiricnl i.itiM. Our iiriangonionU
for selling cohange on Hits ptljlolpal
points in tin United SUite", Europe,
China, J n pan and Australia aie being
made, and when perfected, due notice
will be given. Wi1 hall also be prepaied
to leci'ive deposits on open account,
make collections, and conduct a genoial
banking and exchange business.
MOilmli (signed) Sl'RECKELS & On.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Tatty.
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, FKR. 18, 188-1.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Hand, Kinma Square, 7:00.
Algaroba Lodge, I.O.G.T., 7 :.')().
llaimony Lodge, I.O.O.R.47:30.
Hook-keeping class Y JL C. A.
Three Lives Lost.
Several Persons Seriously
VERDICT OF THE JURY.
Accident to liv. HEtWU'y'.s Hoy.
Wailuku Mill Broken Down,
1'ioni Our Own Cot respondent.
A terrible railway accident hap
pened at Wailuku on Thursday, Mth
inst., and unfortunately with falal
Two trains left Kalmlui, one ten
minutes, before the other. When
the first one arrived at Wailuku, by
some misadventure, seven cars wcie
In the hindmost car were boated
Mrs. Riown. wife ol Captain llob
ron's manager at Kalmlui, with her
three children, one of whom was a
baby. There were also in the cars,
Mrs. l'lalte, wife of the manager of
the Kalmlui store at SpreekeKville
with her three cliildieii; also Mrs.
l'arkcr, wife of the engineer on the
trains with her baby in arms.
The seven ears being detached ran
down the steep incline from Wailuku,
meeting the up train on the same
trade, about three quarters of a mile
from the Wailuku depot.
Mrs. Hrown and two children wcie
killed instantaneously, her boy
having the lop of his head cut clean
olf. The baby still lives and has
been taken charge of by Dr. Kuders
who has not rested a minute since
Mrs. Tlatto i moit seriously hint,
and giave doubts aie entertained as
to her recovery. All the suffeiers
have internal injuries in addition lo
their other wounds.
Mrs. Platte's head is completely
laid open ; one of her son's has his
arm broken, and two others their
logs broken beside.- internal injuries.
Mis. l'arkcr had the presence of
mind to jump off the cars, with her
Tim cars wens all smashed- to
pieces and the engine of the up train
was knocked off the line.
Tlio funerals took place yesterday
afternoon at 2 v. m.
VERDICT OF THE JURY.
An inquest was held at Wailuku,
island of Maui, on Mth and 15th
February, 1881, before Thomas
Kvcretl one of the coroners of the
island, of Maui upon the bodies of
Adele W. llrown, Mildred Drown
and Russell II. llrown, then lying
IJy the oaths of the persons whose
names are hereunto tianscribed, who
, being sworn to cnqulio when, how
and by what means the said persons
came to their death, upon their oaths
That they came, to their death by
n coHi&ion of two trains of cars in
tlio AV. 1. nnd II. vailroail in the
district of "Wmlukti on Thursday llic
lSth Kr-bnmr'y, l.ssl, between the
horns of I and !i i m.
Such collision was lo our best
knowledge, and by llic evidence pre
sented, caused by llic oillciottsncss
of one l'nlea Mahi (k) in uncoup
ling the cars without orders, and
also by the brakes in the said cars
nnl being in proper order.
f Titos. Evimr.rr,
AA II. llAimisoN,
AAr. II. CoKXwm.i.,
K. 1'. Sin:i.t)0K.
.1. N. IlAUDV.
Accident to Dr. Bailey's Boy.
A small boy belonging to Dr.
Haily of Wailuku was sent out to
biing in a horse at 11 o'clock on
1 1th Inst. As he had not returned
at !) i. m. fears were entertained
that he bad met with a mishap. One
of the Mounted Police was des
patched in search and, in about half
an hour, the boy was brought back
in front of his saddle, perfectly un
conscious, lie had been thrown
from bis horse and dragged for some
lly last accounts the boy, who is
a Gorman, was piogressing satisfac
torily. Wailuku Mill Broken Down
For the second time within a month
the Wailuku Mill has broken down,
and, Ibis time so badly, thalfil will
necessitate new machinery, and
from a. month to six weeks must
elapse before the repairs can be
effected. The cane that was cut has
been taken to the Waikapu Mill to
:-ospondcnco N solicited Tin tlio top.
ic f tbe day, or hat may become so.
We leserve the light to evolve purely
We do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions cpiessi'd by our cor-re-poiulents.
LEPROSY IN THE SGHOOLS.
Editor Buu.rn: The article in
the Aden-liter ot loth lust., entirely
dodges the charges contained in my
letter which appealed in t lie previous
day's Hn.uniN, which is corrobo
rated, in all essential respects by Dr.
Trousseau's letter in your subsequent
issue. Despite the efforts at parry
ing displayed by the Advertiser it
has failed to dispose of my charge
that the President of the Hoard of
Health had written notice, more
than three weeks since, of the desire
of the Fort Street teachers for an
immediate and searching examina
tion of their pupils among whom
theie were and arc suspected lepers
all statements to the contrary not
withstanding. Therefore this great glaring fact
still faces the community, viz. that
nearly if not quite, a month has
elapsed oincc W. M. Gibson had
notice of the situation at the Fort
Street School, and that he has done
absolutely nothing to remove the
menace or allay the alarm. On the
other hand there have been in daily
attendance at that school certain
pupils strongly buspeclcd of being
lepers, who have been permitted to
consort with pure and healthy child
ren in the intimate manner peculiar
lo school children, without olllcial
action from the Hoard of Health.
The parents of those children will
of course extract what comfort they
can from these facts.
It would be interesting lo know
how long it lakes the Hoard lo cet
its cumbrous machinery in motion.
If three weeks have been thus al
lowed to pass in masterly inactivity,
what guarantee have Ave that the
like delinquency may not continue
three months? And who may gitagc
the result of such ofllcial neglect?
Hut if an investigation of all the
schools bhuuld prove the suspicions
of the teachers unfounded, it would
bo an unspeakable relief to the com
munity and restore, in some degree,
public confidence in the Hoard of
Health. It is a crime, deep and dam
nable, in the Hoard, to permit a
city school to exist a day with the
suspicion hovering oer it that it
harbors lepers among its attendants.
In closing, I wish to disclaim any
feeling of personal hostility in this
matter, and lo say that my informa
tion was gained from and through
those who, like myself, are on terms
of cordiality vilh Mr. Gibson.
Claiiunci: W. Asiuotii).
J. S. Since writing the above I
have road the somewhat reniaikable
effusion in your to-day's issue,
signed by Dr. Parker, in which that
able author refers to Dr. Trousseau's
letter for proof that my charge of
olllcial delinquency in the Hoard of
Health is "wholly untrue." I am
(piitc willing that its truth or other
wise should be judged by the stand
ard he names.
There is a deal too much quibbling
on the part of both Mr. Gibson and
his said satellite as to what consti
tutes a refusal, by Mr. Gibson, of
compliance of Dr. Trousseau's de
mand, that all pupils found to be af
dieted with leprosy should be re
moved, (whether from .the school
only or to Kakaako is of slight prac
tical importance). Thofuct remains
that Mr. Gibson did not comply
therewith, and no court of law or
of public opinion, would construe
said conduct as oMier than a refusal
The more or less learned doctor
then rushes away lo Madagascar for
ammunition with which to complete
my paralysis, but before his arrival
there, evidently forgets his mission,
and branches olf into a pleasant
little anecdote, to show that he en
joyed a professional practice in that
clime, and furliicr indulges in some
innocent generalities upon philan
throphy and abstract justice. Hut
as an argument in favor of the Gib
sonian control (?) of leprosy it is
worse man a laiiurc. 11c rcminus
us that "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 lest are healthy, the healthy may
become diseased." This is too ob
vious lo admit of argument, and was
the fact that called forth my first
letter on the subject. That the pub
lic will "never forget" the 'same
fact is the chief reason of the present
agitation over leprosy in the schools.
In the course of his said " anec
dote" the Doctor speaks of a man
who, having been "exposed to the
contagion of leprosy" was found by
him to have contracted that disease.
No doubt the facts are true. If so,
so much the worse lor the Gibson
Fitch theory. What has happened
in Madagascar is happening in Ha
waii. My object in opening this
question was to induce action such
as would protect our community, es
pecially the school children, from a
like "exposure to the contagion of
leprosy." C. W. A.
Feb. lGtli, 1881.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Hand will play in Emma
Square, this evening, at i:"0. The
following is the programme :
Overture IJcrlln Life..
Waltz Thine Alone . . .
rpilK Partnership heretofore existing
i between Wiseman and Ashley do
ing busincsi. in (Honolulu as General
liuMiiess Agents, is tills day dissolved
by mutual consent. Mr. Ashley relit cs
and Mr. Wifeman continues the business
and assumes all debts and liabilities
owed by llic late llrm.
.1. H. WISEMAN.
AV. G. ASHLEY.
EMr. Afahley continues the business
of Wells, Fargo & Co. C33 lw
npnH Undersigned begs lo Inform his
X friends anil the- public generally
that he has rented the shop and stock
from Mr. L. Way, and will continue
tlio business as Carpenter and Builder,
and hopes by paying stiiet attention to
the luincs4 to merit si filmic of public
Having rented my premises on King
Stieet, to Mr. Fritz Wilhelni, -who has
acted as my Foreman for 11 number of
years, to tho bati.sfacilon of myself and
customeis, and who is thoroughly capa
ble of cairylng on tho business, 'I hope
my old customers will accord him the
aiuo patronage as they gave me.
TOJni L. WA V.
DUIUNG my absence Mr. .1. Ilynifin
will act for me under power of
attorney lit all matters of business; all
bills .igaiusl 1110 will be paid by him,
and all accounts duo me are to be paid
A,f ONLY TO LOAN in sums 10 suit
liX For partli
partlculaiji, apply to
JjV'H tho Conviction of the prison or
poisons that entered my pioinisis
on the illli of .Ian. 188-1, mid lobbed the
house, and desttoyed several bags of
NO K IIOI'U ANA 1 l;a inea a man
mea palm i hole ai ma lcii'11 ulna ma ka
hit) o Iuimiiii, Ib8l, a komo iloko o l;a
halo a hoopnlnoiu ho lehuklui o 1111 ICko
Ai (n ka holoholona).
. It. GEHKB.
dan, 10th, 1881. 0101m
INDUCTION IN I'lllCHS.
Trcgloan &, Atwator,
Tailors and Clolhiors,
Pom & llivm, Sts.
beg to Inform the public
that he has lust received per
" Maiiposa " a latgc asoiliuent of
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
SUOI3S AND SJAPPEKS.
Alo, Men's Hoots ami Shoes, nil of
which are of tbe finest quality, and Will
At ll till UCHt IKISMlllU' ltl-ICCH.
Ring up Telephone.
V YOU WANT 11 Cheap Job done to
any pail ol the Ciiv or Miliums.
Next to Hummer's1 IInnies.1 Shop.
I!03 Ilia b
I'o. 96, King' Street,
Telephone, No. 130
HAVING r.OUGHT out the business
oi W. II. Wilkinson, the under
i.igned is picpiued to carry on a genet nl
Impress Uusincss; and hopes by piompt
ncss and dispatch to merit a lair share
of the public p.itumage.
WENNER & Co.,
Have on hand New Foiutgn and
Homo 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 Ficsentation.
NATIVE JEWELRY A SPECIALTY
Repairing and mending in all
The Sole Ay cut for Ivnus
CELEBRATED EYE PRESERVERS.
p GEO. E. SHERMAN.
r No. 12 Ki.no Srm.i.T.
Trees and Saddles of all kinds made to
older and icpairing Harness, etc., done
in sboit notice. All outers promptly at
tended to. r.03 y
TO BUTCHERS, GRAZIERS
and all whom it may concern.
CJTf Cn" unucrsigncu naving
m ItiPNSMiiiiuli' alterations, mlillttoim.
ik-:a ... , .';."'...:..,-,.,'
aim iiiipiuvciueius 111 jus
SUA I FACTOKY,
is now prepared to give
The Highest Cash Value
for any quantity of
And will furnish containers for the same
fiee of cost to any one who may desire.
TI. IV. JtAWMXK.
Honolulu Soap Works.
Olllce In Uriel; Building,
King street, Leieo. 4811 ly
KEROSENE OIL !
J'xiliieo mul VuUtiiii Ui-aiutH.
E " Spaitan " and " Heniy James,"
rpilESE Favorite Oils, equal to, iruol
X Superior to any In this Market.
For Sale at Lowest Rates
Either Wholesale or Itetail, by
Castle & Cooke,
o73 3m And Other Dealers.
A Lot of Land
300 ft. wide by 300 ft. deep,
Situated on niakiil side of Ilcictartia
Slicel, near the residence of Mr. Wong
Qui. AVntor laid on.
STABLE AND OUT-BUILDINGS
also os Tin: nir.Misr.s.
Trees and Flowers nio now planted and
Grounds are well laid out.
CUT Apply to
OF evety description executed with
neatness and dispatch at tho Daily
Bolts, SIiogs ai Slum's.
HIU .Aw-ci li
DILLINGHAM & CO.'S
:OUIt OWN PATENTS :-
l'.reakhiR 1'lnwi, Hico Plows fi to lit Inch, Cullhnlorx and Hove Hiiiiov
A very complete
Magncso Calcite Firo' Proof Sales, abso
lutely fire proof
NEW DESIGNS IN S1LVE11 PLATED WAKE.
Wile Cloth, Wile Netting, Itieo Cloth, llbd Cages,
llluck and Fencing Who, Pumpa, Windmills Tanks,
Hydrauclic Rams, Skirigate Oil in Five Gallon Tins.
Kerosene ami Lubricating OIK a specialty, A good Stock on hand, and to an he.
(Jail and examine oui' New Goods.
DILLINGHAM; & CO.
A. M. M ELLIS
lias just received a new lot of
HEADY FOR FURNISHING- HOUSES.
LambreqniiiSj Cornices and Picture Frames
oi' nvr.KY DnscniiTioN madh to oimim.
1 05 & J 07 Fort Street, Honolulu, II. 1.
12?" Island Orders will receive Fiompt and Caicful Attention. (iOl! Sin b
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
7C, 7T ami Si
All orders for Wheel-vehicles of every description filled with prompt 11
dispatch. First-class Mechanics employed all the year loiind.
- EINE CAllRTAGrE WOIIK A SPECIALTY, -a
Nothing too hot or too heavy for us. TRAM CARS, OMNIIIUSSKS, I'LANTA
TION WAGONS, MULE ifc OX CAHTS, made lo order, alteied or upaiied.
Our Horse Shoeing- Department
Is under Ihe supervision of a practical man a mechanic second to not.". Wo
have no ii'o for soaking scalds or rot tubs. All uoik guaranteed.
.-Charges moderate. WHITMAN & WIHG11T,
4GS ly 75. 77 I'ltd 81 King Street.
FINE TURN OVER
FOR SALE CHEAP manufactured
No. 70, Queen Street.
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
2W5 A.S. CLEailoilN&CO.
Grocery and Feed Store.
WOLFE & EDAVAHDS, corner of
King ami Nuuauu streets.
Fresh Gioci-rles by ovoiy steamer. Or
ders solicited, and goods delivered in
any pin 1 of tho city. 501 (iin li
A l'INE LOT OF
Malting ol' all Grades
HOI II WHITE AND COLORED
For Sale at
-182 A. S. OLEGIIOHN & CO
ripnK lcgular weekly meeting will bo
.1 hell ovei 1)1 AS' NEW STORE,
opposite Ili-lhr-1. King Stieot.
Notice of Removal.
VfHS. RODANET has lomoved her
1)1 DiesHinakiug Establishment lo
No. 51 Berotania Stroot,
Next door to Mrs. Dickson's.
wrwiM n wwrM.1 f m"w w m vmrt m w
75, 77 ami 81
Office Sup'l AVater Works,
Honolulu, July 3, 1882.
ALL persons having AVater Privileges
are notified that their Water Rales
arc payable semi-annually, in advance,
nt tho oflico of tho Supeiintendent ot
AVater AVorks, foot of Nuuauu street,
upon the 1st day of January and July of
each year. CHAS. 11. AVILSON,
Sup't A liter AVorks
S. K. Kaat. Minister of Interior 20-1
GbvuiiNoii's Owicn, Hoko- )
i.umj, Sept. 21, 188a.
NOTICE Ik licicby given that no ileitis
contracted on behalf of the Ha
waiian band will lie recognized or paid
unless otdcrcd by the umlor.slgncil.
Jno, O. Do.MIJilB,
Governor of Oahu.
ANY ONE found on my piontises ut
Moattahia without my pet mission,
will bo piosecuted for trespass.
O KA MEA 0 loaa ana nialuiia o ku'u
aina ma Moanalua, mo ku'u an olo aku
c hoopiiia no oia no ko komohowa.
.Tan, lnth, 1881. 010 lm
ALL DILLS duo to tho Undersigned
up to Sept. IJOtli, 188!), if not set
tied on or before February 1st, will be
placed in tho hands of a Collector,
i02 lm AV. E. FOSTER.
T AVILL NOT bo responsible for auy
l debts conliacled in my iiaino after
tills date, without my written order.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, 1881. 017 ,'lw
LOST on Satin day nigliton Hotel st.
A dotiblo English Traveling Rug,
a dyctUhccnsklu loot rug, apd an cut.
broideied dusl-wrap. Tho above re.
ward will bo paid on returning samo to
400 G. AV. MACFAKLANE &, Co