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VOL. V. NO. 757.
HONOLULU, H. 1., TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1893.
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From Sydnoy for
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Lahaiua, Maalaca Bay and Makcua tho
samnilay; Mahukoua, Kauaihaoaud Lau-
pauoeuoe me Touowiug uay, arriving at
llllo at iiil(liilt;lit.
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imliochoe Miniu day; Kawaihau a. m.; Ma
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day; arriving at Honolulu 0 a. m. Wednes
days and Saturdays.
nsro tiob i
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X disposed of his Express Business to
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for their liherul patronage 1 uould solicit
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Corriston. M. N. SANDERS.
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No. 10 Knalmmiiim street.
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01 . M ... I
EDWIN A. JONES
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husiiiess in connection with
Trusts, Purchase and Bale ol Bonds,
Stook and Real Estate,
And Is prepared to Audit Accounts.
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1. 0. Box 65,
NOT ALL POMOLOOISTS ARE
aware that nil colors, shupo and
forms can he nut on the name stock, l'or
limtunco, ull kinds of Citrus will flourish
on the Orange Stock, e. g., Lciiioiih, Limes,
(iraiiL'iis. KliuddockH.utc. The undersigned
is prepured to perform Crafting, Budding,
etc., on ull kinds of Fruit mid other Trees.
Blight eradicated in sixty hours, not ox
terimlly, hut Internally, uml for u lew
cents only. Addres,
713-2 w Bulletin Oillco.
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Humoa and Kipahulu.
Returning will arrive at Honolulu every
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uble Rates, Mr, Cooper will continue in
my employ. Oillco us formerly, King
street. D. McCORRISTON.
Honolulu, Moy, 80, lh'JJ. 74l2w
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4 l'. m. on luy of sailing.
bo received after
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has heeu lauded,
receive their Freluht. us we will not hold
ourselves responsible ufter such Freight
While thu Compuny will iibo duo dili
gence in handling Live Stock, we decline
to ussuiue any responsibility in uuso of the
loss of baino.
The Company will not ho responsible for
Money or Juwelry unless placed In the cure
PIANO TUNING !
PROF. S. MAOAULEY HAS BEEN
thirty years in theso Islands, Tuning
mid Repairing Pianofortes and Organs.
Ho has been unguged by, and given per
fect satisfaction to, evory gre.il iiiusical
artist who has performed hero In that pe
riod. Ho is prepured to do Tuning and
Repairing to-day, at Ueahon.uii.k I'ltu-hs,
us well as over, anil respectfully solicits the
patronage oi tins community.
W Leavo orders at the furniture and
music atoro of H. II. Williams, the music
store of the Hawaiian News Co., or at h la
own residence, next door to British Club.
rpllE SCHOONER 'NORMA,1
, M Tons Register, Mibstau
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rrHK WEEKLY BULLETIN-
JL umiu of lutereitlug Reading Matter,
An Anglo-Indian Commission Boport
Tho following is a loading articlo
in tho Loudon liaioa of May 1:
Wo published more than a fort
night ago a briof but sufficient sum
mary, taken from tho British Medi
cal Journal, of tho conclusions which
havo boou roachod by tho Commis
sioners who woro sent to India in
1890, by tho Executive Committee of
tho National Leprosy Fund, for the
purpose of investigating tho condi
tions favorablo to tho diffusion of .
the diseaso, and of ascertaining gen
erally tho facts with regard to its
prevalence and its supposed tend
ency to increase It will bo romom
borod that in tho year 1887 a book
on tho subject of loprosy was pub
lished by Archdoacon Wright, who
maintained, not only that the dis
easo was increasing in India and
elsewhere, but also that it was being
largely introduced into this ana
other countries in which it had pre
viously boon almost or entirely un
known, and from whom, on tho 10th
Of Novombor in tho samo year, wo
published a letter giving furthor-ex-prossiou
tohis beliefs upon tho sub
ject. Iu 188'J Archdeacon Wright
was followed by Dr. Pringlo, whoso
letter wo printed on tho 4th of June,
and who bought to maintain, both in
our columns and in a debate on the
same oveniug at tho Epidemiological
Socioty, tho threo propositions that
leprosy was iucroasmg in India to a
very groat extent, that it was con
tagious and hereditary, that with tho
increasing traffic between India and
England it had become, by reason
of these qualities, a serious danger
to tho people of this country, and
that it could only bo abolished, or.
in common phrase, "stamped out,"
by rigorous measures of isolation,
and of separation of the sexes, in
tho places where it chiefly prevailed.
A largo amount of interest was ex
cited by Dr. Priugle's assertions, and
b3' the support which they received
from several other persons of reput
ed authority; insomuch that in the
following year tho Prince oi Wales,
always ready to assist in any philan
thropic undertaking, consented to
preside at a public dinnor, hold for the
purposo of establishing a fund to be
devoted to tho ascertainment of the
facts and to the relief of tho sufferers.
Tho dinner was hold on tho 13th of
January, 1890, and tho National
.Leprosy Puna was auly constitutea.
A committee was formed for its ad
ministration, including, ' amonust
others, the Bishop of London, Sir
Andrew Clark, Sir James Paget, Sir
Joseph Fayror, Sir Guyor Hunter,
Sir Dyco Duckworth, Dr. Heron, and
Mr. Hutchinson, together with some
nou-modical members. This com
mittee determined, in conjunction
with tho Government of India, to
send out a commission of skilled ob-
sorvors to report upon tho disease as
it exists in India and Burmah; and
appointed for that purpose Drs.
Beaven Kake, George A. Buckmast
er, and Alfred A. Xauthack, while
tho Indian Government appoint-,
ed Surgeon-Major Barclay and
Surgeon -Major Thompson, of tho
Bengal Medical Service. The form
er of those two g6ntlomeu died dur
ing tho progress of tho inquiry.
The commissioners reached India in
November, 1890, and their report
was signed in August, 1891. It is
contained iu a quarto volume of 450
pages, copiously liiustratoa witu
maps and diagrams, and is at last
accessible io tho public. It has
presumably had to filter through
more than one Government depart
ment, and has certainly been sub
mitted to the committee for ex
amination and commentary.
Tho courso taken by tho commis
sioners was, in tbe ursl instance, to
visit all tho Indian and Burmese
localities iu which loprosy was re
ported to bo prevalent, and to ex
amine for themselves tho cases of
the diseaso and tho provision made
for tho sholter or segregation of tho
sufferers. Five months woro devot
ed to this part of tho work, over 40
localities being carefully inspected,
nud over 2,000 lepers being person
ally examined. The members of tho
Commission reassembled at Simla
on tho 27th of April, 1891, and tho
rest of thoir time was dovotod to.
microscopical and bacteriological
work. -Wo are happy to say that tho
result of this most laborious and
painstaking inquiry has been to con
linn in evory particular tho view
which wo have several times ex
pressed when tho subject has been
under discussion, to the effect that
the alarm .excited by Archdoacon
Wright and Dr. Pringlo had no
justification in fact, that leprosy was
scarcely at all, iu the ordinary sense,
contagious, and that any fear of its
extensive importation into this coun
try must lie regarded as absolutely
visionary. Tho Commissioners en
tertain no doubt that it is the direct
effoct of a special Bacillus, and that
it presold s many points of analogy
to tuberculosis; but they regard its
iiifectivouess that is to say, tho
power of the bacillus to transport
itself to new subjects as being
mainly dependent upon somo un
known peculiarities iu those subjects
themselves. It is oxcoptiounl for a
married leper to communicate tho
disease to a hoalthy husband or
wife; nud horeditary tniut could bo
excluded iu all but about 4 porcout
of thu cases examined. Moreover, iu
the peninsula of India gonerally the
disease is certainly not increasing iu
froqueuoy, and there is much reason
to believe that it is even doeliuing,
although thu available statistics
hardly allow this to bo shown with
Iudf,ti; uuUitHi to foreign couutrleii, 6
(Continued on 4th ii.)