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Will be recoiveil at the ollico of the
Road Supervisor, in the Kapuaiwa
Building, until WEDNESDAY, June
22, nt 12 o'clock noon, (or furnishing
to the Honolulu Bond Bourd tit Hono
lulu, tliu following items of tools in id
materials, us nor schedules herewith,
for sis mouths from date, viz :
Lime lVr bbl
Hunt's Axes l'or do.
Shovels (long & short bundles) "
Oo Handles "
Pick Handles "
Mattock Handles "
Whoolbanows (wood it iron). . "
" Trays, " " ... "
Galv. Iron Buckets, Hin. lOtn. "
Black Blasting Powder. .Per 201). keg
Giant " " . .Per oOlt. box
" " " Caps.. Per box
Fuse (best quality) Per 100 feet
Lard Oil Per case
Kerosene Oil Per 10 cases
Sperm Oil Per gul
Black Oil Per gal and bbl
Machine Oil "
Cylinder Oil "
Everlasting Axle Grease Per case
Caibolineum Per gal and bbl
Kopo.lin.-2iu. (Manila). 1'er H in coil
WiVble Per bale
Nails, Galv. it Iron, (Sil-GOd.. .Per keg
Stable Bedding, (Kico Straw &
Hilo Grass). . .Per bale of 100 It.
Horse Shoes and Nails Per keg
Padlocks (Yale) Per doz
Hinges, Galv. & Iron, Sin.-12in. "
Departure Bay Coal Per ton
Newcastle Coal "
Blacksmith Coal "
Corrugated Iron anil Ridging,
Per lt and foot
Bar Iron, round and Hut Per Hi
Harness and Saddlu Leather. . . "
Bed Bricks Per ji
Spokes, Felloes and Hubs,
(Dump Cart size) Pur doz
Oak Plank, 2-Vm x3in Per fool
KCH WHILE "n."
N. V. Lumber, Timber Per m feet
" Plank "
" Boards "
" " Scantling.. '
R. It-. W. Lumber, Plank...
" ' Boards . . "
" " Posts (split) "
" " Battens,
lin. Sin. -lin "
Cedar Shingles Per u
Redwood Shingles "
All bids must be endorsed "Tenders
lor Tools and Materials, Honolulu
All materials must be delivered
within one mile of the, P. 0. free of
The lioiid Board do not bind them
selves to accept thu lowest or any bid.
By. oilier of the Honolulu Road
W. II. CUMMINGS,
Koad Supervisor, Honolulu.
Honolulu, June lit, 1802.
NOTICE TO MARINERS,
Dining the process of deepening the
I'hiiiu. el at thu entrance to Honolulu
bin bor the Diedger will bo in opera
tion i.ight and day. At night tlieie
will be a dangei signal placed on the
foiward derrick of Dredger about 30
feet above sea level, which can bo seen
by all vebscls appioaehing tho harbor.
Thu signal consists Red Red
of tlueo red lights '
and a while light
us in the diagram, White
the i ijd lights being
about 3 foot apart
with ihowJu'tu light
mi ilio center. lied
All steamers crossing the bar will
clop at a safe distance from the Dred
ger and give one blast of tlioir whistle
which will bo answered by a single
liliist troni tlie Dredger, to bu fol
lowed by three blasts from the Dredg
er when tho passage is clear and they
. can proceed.
Tho Tug will be on hand when not
uthemise engaged to assist sailing craft
in passing tho Dredger when neces
sary. 0. N. SPENOER,
Minister of thu Interior,
iuleiior Ollico, Mai oh 9, 1892.
.1, K KEICAULA, Esq., lias this
day been appointed an Agent to take
Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts
for thu District of Kau, Island of Ha
waii. C. N, SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ollico, Juno 21, 1892.
E. R. HIV EN, Eso.., has this day
huuii appointed an Agent to take Ac
kiiuivl ilginuntB to Labor Contracts
fur tint District of Wailukn, Inland of
Maui. 0. N, HPENOISK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollico, Juno 21, 1892.
WJJTT BY AUTHOniTY.
H : (HA
Tenders for Hoof Cattle
Omen ok tub Bo urn of
Honolulu, Juno 17, 1892.)
Tenders will bo received at this oflico
until WEDNESDAY, June 29,1892,
nt 12 o'clock noon for supplying tho
Leper Settlement on Molokai with:
1 Good Beef Cattle averaging not
less than 325 lb. per head when dress
ed. 2 Fat Beef Cattle.
The cattle are to bo delivered at the
Leper Settlement in good condition
at an average of 90 head per month,
more or less, for the use of the Board
from July I, 1892, to December 31,
Tho lendei for fat Beef Cattle must
bo for the price per pound when
diesM'd, and that for good beef cattle
must be per head.
The hides and tallow are to be the
property of the Board.
All the bids must be marked "Ten
der for supplying the Leper Settle
ment with Beef."
The Hoard will elect which tender
to accept, and does not bind itself to
accept tho lowest or any bid.
By order of tho Board of Health.
President Board of Health.
150 lt-25 2t
Honolulu, June 21, 1892.
In accordance with Sec. 1 of Chap
ter XXVII. of tho Laws of 1880.
All persons holding water privileges
or those paying water rates, aro here
by notified that the water rates for
the term ending December 31, 1892,
will be due and payable at the oflico
of the Honolulu Water Works, on the
iirst day of July, 1892,
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days after they are due,
will be subject to an additional 10 per
Rates are payable at the office of
the water works in the Kapuaiwa
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Wuter Works.
Honolulu. H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the hours for using water for
irrigation purposes are from G to 8
o'clock A. m., and -1 to G o'clock r. M.
until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu ator Works.
C. N. SriiNCEK,
Minister of tho Interior.
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Pledged to urttlitr Sect nor Party,
Hut established or I Ac benefit of nil.
TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1892.
Oregon has elected Republicans
for both her United States Senators
by large majorities, and is safely
reckoned a stalwart Republican State
for the Presidential election.
The House of Representatives 1)3'
a large vote has passed the bill for
the admission of Arizona and New
Mexico as States. It is believed that
the Senate will pass the bill. This
will leave Utah, Alaska, Indian
Territory and Oklahoma the only re
Appearances at latest advices are
that Sun Francisco cannot muster up
enough enterprise and public spirit
to take Nicaragua Canal bonds. This
reluctance to take risks in the pro
motion of a work that would im
mensely increase tbo importance of
Sun Francisco is deplored by the
Tub day's later news by the S. C.
Allen shows an unchanged situation
at Minneapolis. Organization of
committees was the principal work
done the first day of the convention.
It will require 152 votes to make the
nomination. While three days pre
vious each faction Hlaiue and Har
rison claimed GOO or more, on the
night of June 7 neither was claiming
fie nomination by over 500 votes.
Alger will be put in nomination with
the two leaders, and the GO votes he
is expected to drew will, it is sup
posed, make inroads into both camps.
The news of the Chronicle a strong
Bluino paper bus it that "there is
no longer any doubt that a number
of delegates in Western and Southern
States instructed for Harrison have
made up their minds to ignore their
instructions and support Hlaiue."
Lord Urassey was at one lime
England's greatest railroad contrac
tor and builder, and amassed u Huge
fortune In his business, lie now
makes it u rule to save one-third of
lib vast income and to put It away
with bis other ucuttuiulutlous.
SEGREGATION OF LEPERS.
Editou Bn.tr.TiN :
Leprosy is accepted as being con
tagious in these islands. Based
upon this opinion (winch is correct)
of tho disease, the segregation of
the leper was authorized and en
forced by law. The Leper Settle
ment on Molokai is established for
tho benefit of the healthy population,
that is, to remove from the clean tho
danger of contamination, and in con
sequence the community bears the
expenses necessary to the mainten
ance of tbo asylum.
If, notwithstanding tbo existence
of the leper colony, a portion of the
healthy continues the intercourse
witli the lepers, the establishment in
Molokai becomes in proportion use
less, and the liberal sums spent on
its maintenance are thrown away in
The isolation of the lepers in the
Settlement has become very loose.
The pretext, "to please the poor mid
unfortunate lepers," has introduced
in the colony a loo soft, too ' easy
management; but who is acquainted
with the institution must acknow
ledge that the authorities cannot pre
vent-all unlawful intercourse ns long
as the knuiaainas arc owners of cer
tain pieces of land where outsiders
can stay unmolested.
Perhaps part segregation is better
than none ; but dues it denote a sane
charity to continuethis easy dealing
with this dreadful disease which has
claimed its victims among us by the
thousands over a quarter of a cou
ntry? Heart-aching, as it may bo,
and cruel, as it may appear, let us
be earnest for some years in our es
say to stamp out the disease, or let
us have no segregation at all. Strict
er isolation costs no more, and with
it "tbo country would probably have
saved a million of dollars, to say
nothing of the sacrifice of human life
and the woe attendant thereon."
Rept. B. of II. 1890, p. 5.
The many ways by which the isol
ation is infringed can bo found in
the reports of the Board of Health to
the different legislatures, and un
doubtedly in the report of this year
too ; therefore 1 enter into no details
but ono. I deem it timely to call
the attention especially to the chil
dren born in the settlement.
Since the beginning of this inslitu-
.tion, lawful and unlawful cohabitation
of men and women has been in pro
cess by the patients. During past
years when a fierce kind of leprosy
was raging, the fruit of such cohabi
tation was comparatively rare. Nev
ertheless, "there were March 111,
1890, -10 children in the settlement
showing no symptom of the disease ;
18 males and 22 females." Rep. of
B. of H. 1890, p. 11G. The contag
iousness of leprosy accepted, the
presence of these children in the cen
ter of contagion deserves the severest
blame. Incipient cases of leprosy
mixed with advanced ones is cer
tainly a bad sight, and often the wish
has been expressed of having them
separated. But after all are not
both doomed? Here are apparently
healthy children living in nearest
contact with all sorts of lepers, and
is there not one influential man
moved with compassion to save these
children? Arc they here as sacri
fices to the Moloch of leprosy? And
who then is tho sacrificator?
Another reflection regarding chil
dren. It is with great satisfaction
that I state that, last year and since,
only a few very bad cases of leprosy
have been sent here ; the disease
seems to undergo a chinge for the
better. But may it be known that
during the year 1891, as far as I
could ascertain, twenty-two children
have been born iu the settlement
(those of kamaainas not counted) 7
boys and G girls of parents both
lepers ; -1 boys and 5 girls of parents
one being a leper. The milder
the cases of leprosy sent here
the greater the probability of an in
crease of births in the settlement.
The consequenee of this numerous
offspring of the lepers in tho settle'
inent may be a new outbreak of the
disease in the future.
Half measures procrastinate only
the extinction of the disease, which
gains time to spread among the heal
thy population, and so year by year
leprosy swallows its victims by the
hundred and the gold of the country
by the thousand.
Sane compassion, unselfish charity
toward the afllictcd in Molokai,
Justice ami charity toward the heal
thy population, but to sacrifice the
community by loose segregation to
please the lepers, and to ask the com
munity to pay for it, means injustice
and cruelty to the one and no help to
One of the best ways the authori
ties could show their good will to
wurd the people in Molokai would be
to grapple with the disease. Looking
overthe reports of tho Board of Health
to the Legislative Assembly one can
not help reading between the lines a
want of cnrnest will to heal or to
alleviate the disease. One thing after
the other has been tried and us soon
us a trial was stalled as soon was it
abandoned ; one doctor after the other
was announced with eulogy, was not
long after hud to resign. It appears
as if to deal witli leprosy near the
prctcticc, the means; but the end,
the aim seems to have been of a pri
vate or political nature, and as soon
as this end or Him was attained the
means had been thrown overboard as
useless. Perhaps the impression is
a wrong one. To try in earnest and
with perseverance to find a remedy
does honor to the Government, lint
us long as we havu no remedy that
cures, let us give to those who will
tibo it thu remedy that has benefited
then) Iho most, the remedy which is
best known by the lepers in Molokai
and which undoubtedly helps them
very much. Tlmt is, the Japanese
reuiedy, Dr. Goto's treatment.
Leper Settlement, Molokui, Juno
Kx " Ifninorc."
The Pacific HuiDWAiin Co., Ld.,
havo just rcecivcJ from England an
invoice of the vcll-known Dotilton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet &ls, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., (te.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineum Avennrius by the bar
rel, ense or smaller qunntity.
Auction Sales by Lowis J. Looy.
AUCTION SALE OF
On WEDNESDAY, Juno 22,
AT I O'OI.OOK XOOX.
I will sell at Public. Auction, at my
Salesroom, 415 AGUES, more or
less, situated at
And having abundance of water thereon.
ttp- TERMS GASH, and deeds at ex
ponso of purchaser. For further parti
culars apply to
LEWIS J. L.EVEY,
151 2t Auctioneer.
Auction Snles by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
MUM I cimumn
1 will sell at Public Auction at my Sales
rooms, On MONDAY, Juno 27th,
AT 1! U't'l.UCK OII.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE,
Situated at isiupaipai, Honolulu, at rear
of lolaul College.
IIS OC7tS ED 1..0T
Containing 27-100 Acre. There Is a
Dwelling House on the premises.
2 TARO PATCHES
Near above Lot containing 18-100
Xgy Deeds at purchasers' expense
For further particulars, apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
152 Ot Auctioneer.
Uy order of Mi:ssns. H. TIAOKKELD
& CO , I will sell at Public Auc
tion, at my Salesroom,
On FRIDAY, Juno 21tl
AT lO 0'!I.OC If A II..
To close eoiibigninents
Demijohn Vinegar, Boxes Caiidlrs,
(Jases i astor & Siihul Oils,
Caes Cornell Iteef,
French l'eas, Pickles.
Crockery & Glassware
Dinner Sets, Ten Sets,
Howls, Plates, Etc., Etc.
Ilcers, Wines, Hraudies, Whiskies,
Casus Champagne, pints and quarts ;
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MO KG AN,
45 4t Auctioneer.
LajnUoM's Mice of Sals !
Having heretofore, to wit, on tho
2.r)lb day of May, 1892, distrained for
arrears of rent of tho Chinese Theater
premises, King street, the following
Goods and Chattels, to wit:
8 Chests containing Chinese Cloth
iiif, Garments and l'araphern ilia,
Masks, Fans and Sundries used in
Chinese plays, 1 Chinese Jui-h, Limps,
Largo Clock, Small Olook, Lanterns,
Chairs, Tables, Flags, Funs, Orna
ments, Chinese Musical Iiibtiuments,
Chinese Weapons, Sofas, Step Lud
dcru, etc., etc., all used iu mid Chi
noto Theater, tho same being the pro
perty of Chunk 1'an On & Co.
Notice ik heioby given that in cabo
of non-payment of such arrears of
runt ami costs within if) days fioni
this date the t-aid GooiIh and Cuattels
will be colli at i'ublio Auction, to wit,
on MONDAY, thu 27th day of Juno
hist., at 12 o'clock noon of said day,
at thu Chinese Theater premises on
King street, Honolulu, near tho Oahu
ltuihvuy it Land Co.'s ollico.
YIM O.UM and
Dated Honolulu, June 10, 18!)2,
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER g & BUILDER.
Jobbing promptly attended to,
U4 Utrctanla SI. &UIr Bo'l Tele. 280
THE MUTUAL LIFE IMSURAMOE CO.
ItKJllAICO A. McUllKUY,
Issues Every Desirable Fotrn of Policy I
It has paid its members stnee its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLi ARS,
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
J&" For full particulars apply to
1-91 General Agent, for the Hawaiian Inlands.
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
TT- A. XJ I
Racing Association !
Monday, July 4, 1892.
Races to Communco at 10 o'c'ock.
Running Knee, -i-mile daMi. Free
for all Hawaiian bred bor.-es.
2d RACE WA1KAPU
Running Race, -rnile dash. Fiee
3d RACE LAIIAINA PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing, 1-niilo
heats; best 2 in !i, to harness.
For all horses without a record of
.';20 or better.
4th RACE WA1LUKU PURSE.
Running Race, -A-inile and lepcat.
Free to all Hawaiian bred horses.
otli RACE KAIIULUl PURSE.
Running Race, 1-mile dusli. Free
6th RACE IIANA PURSE. 125.
Trotting and Pacing, 1-mile
heats; best 2 in 3, to harness.
Free to all hordes with no belter
record than 3 :00.
7th RACE KULA PURSE, 850.
Running Race, 4-mile dash. For
Ponies 14 hands and under, to
carry 100 lbs. and upwards.
8th RACE MAN A CUP. Value
8150 or its equivalent in coin.
Running Race, 1 J-milediish. Free
to all Hawaiian bred hor.-u.-.
9lh RACE -S150.
Trotting and Pacing Knee. 1
inile heats, beot 3 in f All Imr
beB with a record of 2 30 or better
to go to road eait and cany 185
10th RACE -CORINTHIAN. Gold
Medal, value 850. Eulranee
fee S 10.
Running Raco, 1-in dash. Wel
ter weights. Free to all members
of the Association.
11th RACE-QUEEN LIL1UOKA
LANI CUP. Purse 8150.
Running Race, lj-mile dash. Free
12th RACE POLO CUP. Purse
810. Entrance fee 87.50.
Running Race, -J-milo dash. Own
ers to ride, welter weights. For
members of .my Polo Club in tbo
13th RACE MULE. Purse 850.
Running Hneo, A-miludanli. Catch
weights. Free "to nil.
Mth Race SWEEPSTAKES,
each; 810 forfeit.
Running Raco, -milo dash; han
dicap. 150 each, $10 forfeit. As
sociation adds $50. Free to all.
All entries clohi) at 12 o'clock noon
on THURSDAY, Juno 23, 1S(.)2, ".I
the ollico of tbo Heurelnry, ami all
entrance fees aro 10 iereont unions
All Races to bu run or trotted un
der tho iiilus of tho AfMioiation, and
all borces aro expected to blurt, unless
drawn by 12 o'clock noon, Batuidiiv,
July 2, 185)2.
I,. M. VETLKHI'N.
AIlOUiSK below thu Pri
son, contains 0 Itooms,
Dhihiirroniu, Piiutrv. Kitchen
anil Ituih, Runt &15 per month Apply
to L. 1 FKKNANDK.. I
151 lin At 11 l WluhmuiiVi. I
i wuim you want it rortrnii
Knlui'KO'l '" KintfUros,,
"'( Miolr piici) IihI. anal Ht'o
BtuiiiilcH. They can't bo bout. I
wwfcrtTOwr.w..imj iiji mmimjiiintwmjiMM.uur,
I1IM.W A-eiJB.WgUtf JtiJJU'Lt.
HAVE OPINED THEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom i
On Kaahumanu Street, Ground Floor, with a
Larp Assortment of New Goon's ox "Beiion"
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
New Rugs & Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, L'd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
Ornamental! Economical & Durable!
Eddy's Old Establish i;i
Ice CM & KoffipratoR,
China, Crockery & Glassware,
Plantat'ou Tools, Iraplemuais & Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varulslios.
Vacuum Oil Co.'s Lubricating Oils!
Always the ssiuie; mado by a special
process and always reliable.
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New block, Fort & Merehaut streets.
Tsi".fw'' - a. -
A LARGE INVOICE OF THESE
JUST RECEIVED BY
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
100 tort Kti'vt't. : t : : t Honolulu. II. I.
NT. B SMWB
104 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Invoice of the
Guaranteed to bo Fawt Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
&Tbo Ariolino Black Slocking ant (be Host Made -
TO I -1ST
DUVAL J'UHMISUS. ill
Hurutnuh Miuut, opito-
situ Koit-btieut t'hiueh. Ap-
l") " 11, 1. Wlil.ltt,
B8!i U At Thco, H. Davit & Co.
IIMIIIHI.B .1 -'I'.i ..MIW
--, rpVO Nh'oly Kiii'IiUIidiI
Aj5?J& 1 Rooms I'uulrally located.
Kumilro llui.i.iui.N Ollico,
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