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-?TJ? s BARTOW.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION
THIS DAY, SATURDAY, September Uth,
At I j n'clotk BKin, at ;-i!ei Ronu, r .M, a
SMALL PIECE LAND IN SIANOA VALLEY.
l or rti-iil-ir apply to
C. S. BARTOW, Aurt'r
CASK SALE !
ON WEDNESDAY - - SEPTEMBER 15th,
At 10 O'clock, A. M., will I sold,
A GKTNTKUAL 'ASSORTMT
,ii i: it v ii a i) i s i:
C. i. UAIlToW, Auctions.
GREAT SALE1 AT BARTOW'S
ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY
September 20th and 21st,
REMAINDER OF CARGO
Full Assortment of the Best
ENGLISH GOODS !
FOR l'AKTl('l lAKS SKK CAT LOlit'KS.
BkxT TERMS LIBERAL.
C. 3. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 25lh,
Al 12 O'clock, M , at Aliiolani Hale, (Government Uuuse),
Bj order f Mr. 3. W. MAIKAI, I am instructed to tll at
I'ulilic Auction, the
Following Pieces of Land
ALL THAT PIECKOf f.A M AT MA NO A
VALt.KY, Island nf Oahu, cot-taining 22 98-100 acres, de
scribed la Royal Patent, No. 1236, to Jf.ho St-Tenion, as
tuieana claim 11029, part 2, section 1, division 1.
Also, all that HI ICC K OK LA N I. containing 9 91-100
arrrs. descrinej in saitl patent.
Al-NO. A IjIj THAT I'IKCK OF L,ANI.con
tsm.nr stout 1 .5-100 acres, ilescrilej in Rryal 1'ater.t to
.hu. No. M.
Th above all ailjoin and consist of good kulaanl valuable
kalo lands. There is a constant str-ain of mountain water
running through them, ami as about 10 acres consist of the
best kalo land in Manoa falley. this offers a very rare chance
to all persons, to make a firt class investment. The property
is well knowD as having formerly been the residence of the
.late Hon. J. W. E. Maikai. and lately the residence of Khu,
.deceased, the srandfatherof the present proprietor.
Title perfect a nil for particulars thereof, intending purchasers
rare respectfully referred to
E. T. O'HALLORAIT, E.-wr, Fact t.
"-C.'S. BARTOW. Aucfr.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
By Order of th Hon. Board of Education,
I shall sell at public auction.
On Saturday, November 14th, 1875,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, M.,
" At the rronl entrance of ALIIOLANI HALE,
Honolulu, Oahu, at an
UPSET PRICE OF S8.000 !
AD the elsM, title aa4 interest of the Board t Education in
aud to the Jaxge tact of Land known as the
AHUPUAA OF WAIKAPU!
SITCATED Ifti TUB OISTKit!.' iJF WAILUKU,
On the Island of Maui, II. I.
This estensive and valuable' tract of land, cenUally located be
tweeo st and West Maui, comprises au aiea of Iroin
Sixteen to Twenty Thousand Acres,
Vveral thousand of which is good arable land; capable of
.prodtable cultivation for sugar cane and other arif ultural
products should a sufficient water supply at any time avail
able for irrigation, while a much larger estent is well adapted
for grazing purposes.
The above property will l-e sold, sut.j.ct to a leate having
inve year yet to run. Title. Koyul Palrul.
For farther particulars enquire of the Secretary of the Board
of kdueat,o.r c s u RTOW Ac.r.
'JIodoIuIu, August 10, 1875.
OREGON SUGAR CURED STAR HAIflS !
AFKW CASES. Jl'ST RECKIYEU IKK
RB3 For Sale by E0LLES i CO.
7SWSW NAIIIOIV, 1S75!
Just Arrived per Mattie Macleay.
Extra Superfine Flour,
Lime, Pork, Hams,
Canned Salmon and
Beef, &c, &c., &c.
FOR SALE BY
99i 2m II. 1IACKFELD . CO.
Blocks and Oars!
FI LL ASSORTMENT.
For Sale by
B0LLE3 & CO
INVOICE OF AMERICAN CLOCKS !
FOR SALEolSAX FRAXCISCO PRICES.
ol Gu U. UACaltKI U & CO.
IIIIi:s, SKLS. TALLOW.
THE r.VDERSICXEIl CONTINCB
ito psy the highest market price for Dry
lli.lrs, U'at Skins and lloat Tallow.
C. P.REWER fc CO.
to wool, ;kovi;ks.
THE HXOERKIOXED roXTIXl'E
C buy Wool at g'l prices. Wools coming to
aiarket this Spring particularly desired to make
Crght C. BREWER CO.
PER FALKINBURG, THIS DAY !
FROM PORTLAND, 0., DIRECT.
2 fttRREWCOLl'MBIA RIVER
TrViTr HaLM'J.N. Extra No. 1 Qualiiy. AUo, Half
' "" Barrels ditto, diao,
rr n n ni m riN 12 on iKit
Tor f le hy ,B0U.E3 CO.
BY E. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR SALE !
ON THURSDAY. : : SEPTEMBER 16th.
At f,af,ri, 9 A. M., lt .
asst. ut mw mm
fin Prictf, Muslins. Linen Drill,
Brown C'dtons, Wbit" Cottoos, Merino,
W'.'-rij Luwii", i'ilk Hati.Jk-Tchi'.lj,
IIonjtne.1 l.incn Ilari'lkt-rchi'-fs,
FAHCY FLANNEL OVERSHIRTS!
HaitirJ rl.iri, Wool l,ssU,
Tuiki.-.h Tow-b tor Hathn?,
fcllnkets, White Shim. Am'ikea,; peniaiS
Cott r brill, llril.iar.u.
Fine Teel Suits,
Uf.l t-jilts, M' rino an.l Cotton L mlirjhirts,
FELT AND STRAW HATS!
LlieV H.e, Men's f ks,
liriillrH an.l Hits, Trav. I;n,g La3, Kir , t.ir.
GIIOIEIIIES, FAMV liOODS, kl !
lV-t Bran K-rinene. Carl Mdirl.f-s,
Yeant I'owtler, tfirJme, HSmIu L'rarfcpM,
Clothes I'ins, ILuus, Uicon, CaQU'i,
Pickles, Tobacco, Cljjars, Fine Tc!, Oyster",
A- llati.llrt, Salt, Wash Blue, Vain Killer,
Brown Sugar, Crushed Sugar.
100 T-lb. Iioxfs Ssleratus,
l'as-9 Saleratus in bottles,
Cas-s i'cpiier Sauce,
Cases I'imetito, Cases Cassia.
K. I. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
CROQUET SETS !
FEV SETS OF AMERICAN MAKE
jj'U At THUS. a. THRUM'S.
BASE BALL GOODS !
AFtrRTIIER SUPFLV OF BASF, ft ALLS
and HAT.-, jiiHt received and more exuected,
jy31 by THUS. O. THRUM.
ECEIVKD I'F.K CEYLON. A M FOR
sale by fault) IIOLLE8 & CO.
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
CATCTI OF 1875!
JL'ST RECEIVED 11V CASTLK&. COOKE,
a Superior Lot in barrels, half barrels and kits, anil for
Pale at Low Rates. auT 2m
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT. FROM 1 Gal
lon to a barrel. For Sale by
77 CHAS. I.ONQ.
GOLDEN GATE EX. FAMILY FLOUR !
OARER'S EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR,
9 Received per Murray, and for sale by
BOLLES & CO.
FROM THE BOSTOX FACTORY, ALL
For Sale by BOLLES CO.
SOLID METAL WORK.
IN ORDER TO ( WISE OUT THE BUSI
NESS ECKART VILL SELL AT COST !
FOR THE NEXT THREE MONTHS,
t HE FINE STOCK OF SOLID
:OLI AM) SILVER JEWELRY
TAliLE WARE !
ALSOWATCHES, and Silver;
CANES, SHELL WORK,
AND OTHEU FANCY ARTICLE?.
Call Soon and Secure Great Bargains
AT Til E FO R T STREET STORE.
WORTH HAVIMC !!
ATHINU OF REAITV. IT IS SAII, IS
a joy forever, and if ritnesn is the essential iJoa of
beauty, as we maintain it is, the SEWING MACHINE
with one of the
PATENT WATER WHEEL
is one or the most beautiful things in the worlJ; nothing
iu the whole range of modern invention being better adapted
to relieve human druJgery or fitter for the purposes intended.
The Uuderwigur-tl ore Special Agents for
WHICH IS THE
BEST SEWING MACHINE IN USE!
AO POIXTS OF SUPERIORITY !
For Particulars see Circulars.
Via ABE PREPARED TO FURNISH THE
to any of the machines now in use, which will run them perfect
lv without the leat exertion on the part of the owrat.-r. These
Wheels are made here at the BR A SS FO V N" I R V . are
superior to thoe import.!, ami s"M for lcs money.
CIV 0E AMI VOI WILL BE COWI.VtLU!
It is a well known fa thit the ill health of thousand f f ;
women anJ girls, can b traced to the exertion reoi:rl to
run Sewing Machines by f"Ot power. A vox J t the wie is
93 DILLINCIIAM i. CO.
FIRE-WOOD ! I
1ST RECEIVED FROM TAHITI. EN
brig V. II- ALLEN,
Superior Iron 'Wood,
XT Will burn longer an.l give greater heat than any other
kiu I i.f won.1. Xrthing in tiwn a pati-h uj-in it it is the
kiuJ. Kr ?jle at ReaHiaMr? Rat.-s by
au7 S. C. ALLEN.
WI ST AKKIVEI1, l STONE .H'OS. Qm.
anl j.ini. (mt.)
l"cr f:.le bv tllAs.LU.No.
WILL HUE 1IPT(II IOC THE KO f: PORT.
K'r Fr' i;?it "r P.i-aj'-, apply to
r4 C. liltEWF.R Co. :-!,t!.
FOIt SAN" FRAXC'IMCO.
TUT MNE AMERICAN LRIO
J. B. FORD.
Now Ju trom Hcmtrt-lilt r.av. iil have iuifk ili-r.ntch to
For freight or pva;? applv t-
auj2S II. II AC KTELD A CO., Agei.1-1.
The A. S. N. Co.'s Splendid Steamship
Oil i 7rolloiiiiio
WILL SAIL FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
On or about Sept. 18th !
Ail Frci"lit intended for Shipment per Steamers either to
.-an Francisco or the Colonies will be received in the Steamer
Warehouse Free of Storage.
The Arents wi:l give a Wareiioure-Reetipt fur all Merchan
Use, but will not be responsible for los by fire.
XT For Freight and Passage, or any further information.
au2S Apply to C. DREW Ell & CO., Agents.
for svhivi:y, X. JS. w.
The A. S.
N. Co.'s Fine Steamship
T. WOOD COMMANDER.
WILL SAIL FOR SYDNEY, N. S. W.,
On or about Sept. 24th !
All Freieht intended for Shipment per Steamers either to
San Francisco or the Colonies will be received in the Steamer
Warehouse Free of Storage.
The Agents will give a Warehouse-Receipt for all Merchan
dise, but will not be responsible for loss by fire.
jy For Freight and Passage, to Sydney, New Zealand and
Melbourne, apply to
au2S C lwir.WE.u a: t-u.. Agents.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
MA RC'H A XT,
Sept. C Monday. .. .5 p m.
Sept 13 Monday. ...6 p m.
Sept 23 Thursday. . .5 p m
Kept 27 Monday.. ..5 p m
. Ililo k Kaunakakai both ways
. .Circuit of Hawaii.
XT When there are no cattle to
land at Maalaea Ray, an
efTort will be made to reach Honolulu Saturday P. bi.
XT On down Trips the Steamer will not leave Kaalualu until
9 A. M. or later; Makena until ti A. M. or later; ana Maaiaea
Uay until 8 A. M. or later, without due notice of any change
Rates of Passage will be
To or fioin Kaunakakai, Molokai
.. 7 00
.. 8 00
.. 10 00
.. 10 00
Kau Coast "
.. 10 001
.. 10 00
.. 12 51
.. 15 01
Circuit of Hawaii. Round Trip
To or from any Port on Kauai
.. 12 00
. . 2 no
Circuit of Kauai, Round Irii ,
Deck Passage for natives only
No Credit for Passage Money !
TICKETS AT THE OFFICE ONLY.
No herth will be considered as taken until paid for. Not
responsible for baggage unmarked or any Freight or Parcels
unless receipted for.
FREIGHT MOXEV HUE OX DEMAXIJI
T-r An effort will be made to have the Steamer reach Hono
lulu on the evening of the same day she leaves Maui.
SAMUEL O. WILDER, Agent.
Office with Wilder & Co., corner of Fort and yueen Streets.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
V. IIREWER Si CO., AGENTS
y Favorable arrangements can always be made for
23 Ktomcennd Shipment of Oil. Bone, Wool, Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and
other Eastern Ports. XT Cash Advances made.
954 ly C. BREWER & CO.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ijgi C. IIREWER Ai CO., AGENTS.
F33 Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
feSUSfeS liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
j xreaasa Jy) c jjRKWER & CO.
REGULAR PACKET FOR LUIALW.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
E. D. CRANE, Master.
Will Run Reolarly betwceuTliis Port aud Lahalna,
IInnnlnlnSatnril:ivs iiuil I.ali.tiua everv Wednesday
953 Sm II. HACKFELD Co., Agents
ISL V. TT X 3? A. O 151 HT !
FOR KOLCA AND WAIMUA.
,-r, .....jb- uoli j, MASTER,
Will have Regular Dispatch for the alove named Ports, ob
and after the 5th of November next, until further notice.
Freight and Passengers taken at the Lowest Rates.
BOLLES & CO., Agents.
M. CEIVED ex Macgregor, a few
HAS JUST RE
Photographic Copies of
In large Imperial ar.J Cabaet Sizes. Also, Cabinet Photo
graphs of RISTORL E ML'KSKA, IIOUCI
C'AULT and other celebrities, from the Celebrated Gallery
of Bradley i Rulofson.
jy31 At TnOS. G. THRUM'S
PARLOR ORGANS !
PARLOR ORGANS !
PER SHIP CEYLON
I3ARTIES IX W A XT OF A NICE INSTRU
MENT, AT REASONABLE RATES !
Will Jo well l.i cl..
oe fnnii Hii .it; thrive r..l before have
Fu: .-ai.e i:v
GO TO THE FOUNTAIN SALOON,
K. f. KIliHV. ....... I'ltOl'KI KTOK.
I'l'I.I, IIOAKII, .i.OO
MEA W AT All. HOl'R?,
W a. i t.i9J r. si Suu lijs el.ue at 7 p. v.
14 RI MHi, CINC.KK POP, Xt.,
un.l all ..r..l iliin.'?. lb.tr the M iikt-I furni-he, in'air.in.
! THE AMERICAN
j M, Cr3Z3"T5sT3:
rotttt or the Moo roa tm Moth or mrnec,
1S7J Iloaoiftv iK TiE.
it-jt. T Firt Quarter 11 T. w
li Full Mtxn 2 10 6 w
21 l atQ rartfr S r 0
2i Nw Mun i S is
TIME Or St nixINO ttTTI6.
n 5 ; fasffii 6 li rw
8 Sen n.' i O im; 9aatrt 6 7 rn
li Sua rises j iy j i uo sets S 5 jm
J 2 Sun r.se i '-i v; Kan sets 4 52 S r
rA' Saa ne i i4 5 ; fun et 5 ft i f
Cr r. IMEt Smith. lljirl r Mastrr.
S.4 TURD A i
. Ir has pleasJ His Mijesty the King to arpciat
Mr. Frederic W. Becklcj to be Chanilrlaia to the
Iolani Palace, Sept. Stb, lfeTo.
On the 22J Sept. 1S73 the then Miniflpr of the
Interior cautioned the public against tn pasing
on anj (iovernraent land in this Kingdom by the
unauthorized cutting of timber or wood, or other
wise despoiling said lauds of their natural pro
ductions. As the above notice lias been totally
disregarded in many districts of Ihe Islands, the
attention of the public is again called to the
matter, and notice is hereby given that "any person
disregarding the same hereafter will be prosecuted
to the lull extent of the law. W. L. Motiiosti,
Minister of Interior.
Int-Mior Office, Sept. lOih, 1S75.
Ma ka la 22 o rfepatemaba, 1ST3, ua papa ta ka
lehulehu e ke Kuhina Kalaiaina o ia wa, aole e
komo hewa ma na aina aupuni iloko o keia pae
aiua, ma ka oki ana i na laau ulu, a ma ke ano e
ae paha e hoopoino ai i na mea e pilt ana i ua
mau aina 'la. No ka mea, na inalatna ole ia kela
olelo ao iloko o kekahi mau apana, nolaila ke
kuhikuhi liou ia net. a ke hoolaha akn nei, e hooko
ia ana ke Kanawai maluna o ka poe a pau i ma
lauia ole i keia rula. W. L. Mokuoxca,
Keeua Kalaiaina, Sepatemaba 10, 1S75.
Ox Saturday morning the 28tb nit., at 11 a. m.,
His Majesty entertained at breaklast at Iolani Pal-'
ftce, previous to their departure for Vancouver Isl
and, on that day. Hear Admiral, the Hon. Arthur
A. Cochrane, C B., commanding II. B. M's. Pacific
Squadron; ulso Flag Lieutenant Harry T. Green
fell, IV -11. B. M. ship liaise ; Captain F. Van
der .Mental, . ship lltpulsr ; and Captain F.
Bromilow, R. Si-t" 1 1' f pulse.
II. H. II. Prince W . P. Leleiohoku ; the Honora
ble A. S. Cleghoru ; Major James II. Wodehouse,
II. Ii. M's. Commissioner and Consul General ; Cap
tain W. E. Cookson, R. N., H. B. M. ship reterel ;
Captain II. W. Mist, R. X. : Tlieo. H. Davies, Esq.,
II. B.Ms. Vice Consul ; Mr. W. Laiid MacGregor;
His Majesty's Ministers ami His Staff, nd
His Excellency the Governor of Oahu aud bis
Staff were also among the guests on this occasion.
RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE. IN
At a meeting of the Privy Council, held at
Iolani Palace on Wednesday, Sept. 8th, 1875,
tlio following resolutions on the death of Hon.
I-ta II. Ilojd were unanimously adopted, and or
dered to be printed in the local jiapers or this
Resolved, That the late Major E. II. Doyd
by his amiable disposition, gentle manners and
generouu lieatt, emieareu ininscii 10 an wtiu
whom he came in contact, and that wc his fellow
niembors in this Council are sincere mourners for
Resolved, That His Majesty has JLjet a faithful
servant and a Icyal subject ; the nation a valua
ble and exemplary citizen ; and each of us a
Resolved, That we deeply sympathies with his
widow and children, and hope that Ms widow
may find consolation through her future life in
tender memories ci' a kind husband ; and that
his children may keep before them the example
of their father. Jos. U. Kawaixit,
Sec'ry pro tern.
Iolani Palace, Sept. 8, 1375.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
Babe Jala war, with the mails, is supposed to Le
seventeen days out from San Francisco.
The Next Mail for San Francisco will go by the
steamship City of Melbourne, due from the Colonics
y-yf x Liv tvguiJa uivvuug u lAunttuau A'AiBavM
Children's Society will be held this evening at the res
idence of Thomas II. Hobron, Esq., Nuuanu Avenue,
at 7-i o'clock.
The Fc.neral of the late Hon. E. U. Doyd will
take place to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, at 3
o'clock, from the premises on Hotel street known as
Adams' Yard, opposite the residence of Dr. J. S.
Tue Opium Law went into effect last month. Cut
the largo, stock held by the licensed dealers was expe
ditiously got rid of in Tiew of the law, and now
every Chinaman having opium ia his possession has
the excuse that it is some of the old stock. How Ions
will this excuse suffice or rather, will it ever cease
to be available ?
Escaped Pbisoxers. Iast Monday, two convicts
at work with the gang on the esplanade, got away at
noontime and disappeared. On Thursday morning
last, at Waikiki, a couple of boys were hunting for
fowls in the bulrushes and discovered one of them
asleep. He was captured and returned to prison.
This being his second escape, he will get an addition
to his period of service, and be adorned with a ball
aud chain. His companion is still at large.
Tue CnixEsE Colportelr. Mr. Sit Moon, the
Christian Chinaman who several months since ar
rived hero from California, has been preaching to
fair audiences of his countrymen every Sunday
evening, at the Eethel, and eeem3 to have made a
irood impression. Says the Friend: "The Com
mittee of the Y. M. C. A. have arranged for their
Colporteur, Sit Moon, to make a circuit of Oahu
during the month of September, and in October
to visit Ililo, and returning to Honolulu, will touch
on Maui. His labors thus far have been most satis
factory to the Committee, and now he is most cordi
ally commeaded to the kind fellowship of his coun
trymen and others, while making a tour of the
What Next? A correspondent tf the hlanltr
over the convenient signature of " Tax Fayer," is
much exercised because the few industrious natives
who make a living by the manufacture of salt, ex
pose their wares for sale ia wheelbarrows, which for
that purpose they stand along the sidewalk of Hotel
street: whereby, he says, many animals have taken
fright and runaway. We doubt ia the first place, if
a well authenticated instance can be shown of any
runaway caused by the aforesaid wheelbarrows.
Secondly, it may be a fair question whether these
salt-vendors, whom ' tax payer" asserts are hard
ly " worth their salt," but who are probably payers
of taxes as well as himself have not just as mujh
right in the street as be. And lastly, it is a novel
doctrine that the agent of the Board of Health is to
see to it that there is nothing on the streets at which
a horse .may possibly take fright. One would sup
pose the Hoard of Health had their hands full at
present with dealers in epsom salts, without coming
down to the common tort
Chax'-e or Flag. Tb late British brig Rol-crt
ou-an U new under the Hawaiian fUg. anJ baa
beea camel tbe Pjmare, ia coruplinjcnt to the Que a
of Tahiti. She will t continued la the cattle tra le
t-- the Society IsUnJ?.
' CrM5ts r.ccBisrt. Twice within a fortnight, the
fire conapaciea hate beta called out en Sunday even
ing by aiarms caused by the burning of rubbish pile
in the citv. Ha l we & city government, it would be
a finable i Cvtise to kindle such fires without giving
previous u jtice to the police er the Fire Department.
A Tiro is Lick. We are pleaae-l to Lear that
Mr. J. Fl Bush, who first learned to set type in the
o2ice of the Polynesian, when that journal waa
extant as a government organ, has been appointed
to the position of second clerk in the Interior De
partment, vice F. W. Eeckley, who bss teen p
pviated Royal Chamberlain.
A Pavilion. We ucJerstanJ that those in charge
of Emma Square prtpose to erect a covered stanJ
for the nse of the Band when giving concerts. Not
cn!y will tin be a desirable improvement fur the
musicians in case of rainy weather, but the pavilion
will make a pleasant place of resort for ladies and
children when out for a walk.
Shall Tiiet ee Tirxed Away ? Said a gentle
man to a member of the Board of Health, " If I
find ia the early morning a dozen or more poor
natives at my doer, telling their ailments and asking
for relief which it is in my power to afford, shall I
refuse it and turn them away?" "Yes;' was the
rejly, ' let them go to a regular physician."
Mi .-ic this ArrEExoox. The band will commence
playing at Emma Square at 5 o'clock. Following
is the programme :
King William's March f fert
Overture, Opera, Feet and I'eavaut, new Sjppe
Murska, Waltz ( Jodtrey
Grand Selection, Opera, Orpheus .Offenbach
When the SwalUtw Homeward Fly Ab(
Black Crook, Callop Uaker
At Rome, a short time ago, several workiogmen,
convicted of participation in the plana of the In
ternational Society, were" sentenced to ten years'
imprisonment with hard labor. One of the chief
charges brought against them was for being con
cerned in posting a seditious, pamphlet, from
which ihe following an extract :
" We dot lare war against the triumphant reaction
against the monarchy of divine right, against the
middle-class republic, against capital, the Church,
the State, and all existing social organizations. To
the death we desire the destruction of the State, in
all iu economical, political and religious manifes
tations. Consequently we wish the abolition of
the army, ol banking, and of all forms of worship.
We wish to cause the disappearance from the earth
of all idlers, employers, and all those who injure,
or can injure, the integral development ol the
When the case was on trial the Government re
garded the proclamation as so infamous that only
the tribunal, the defendants and the counsel were
allowed to be present while it was read. Uut
probably it would occur to the average thinker
that the quickest mode of disgusting the people
with the Interuational might be to give such
absurd effusions the fullest publicity.
Mb. Editor One of your correspondents last
week, asks the questions " Where are we drifting
to? and what next ?" The policy indicated by the
Board of Health in their recent action, gives a pecul
iar force to these questions. That policy seems to be
just this : to protect the " guild " of physicians, by
invoking the aid of the law and the Police Court
against any one who dares to give or take physic
except on their terms. Thus we are " drifting "
towards a medical oligarchy, the operation of which
will be something like this : A member of the fami
ly is taken sick during the night; there is medicine
in the house, but it is contrary to the rule of the
Board of Health that any one not in possession of a
diploma and a license shall prescribe for the sick; a
regular " doctor is sent for; he does not chooso to
come; well, what then? Perhaps the sick person
dies that's all. It is not to be supposed that a
community of intelligent foreigners are going to
submit to this state of things. To use a favorite
expression of one of the members of the Board of
Health it is " humbug " to try it on.
It is hard on the natives, and they feel jt. Said
one in my hearing yesterday : " Do the members of
the Board of Health wish to hasten the extinotion of
our race ? They know we cannot pay the charges of
the foreign doctors. With perhaps one or two excep
tions, the haole doctors won't look at us unless they
have the money sure. Many of us don't like to go
to the Hospital, for the ways of the physician there
don't suit ns. The Board has prosecuted and im
prisoned Mohabecr, who did a great deal of good;
they threaten other foreigners who have charitably
prescribed for us and attended on as, that they must
do so no more. What then shall we do? We are
left to our own native kahunas. It is said that these
will do t s harm and perhaps kill us. Well, we shall
die if we are not doctored, and we shall die if we are
doctored. So that we are pilikia, anyway."
It strikes ma that just now there is a battle an
" irrepressible conflict " going on between the
medical faculty, represented by the Board of Health,
and the public. With all due respect for individuals
comprised in the former, it may with truth be
averred that on no one subject have mankind been so
thoroughly humbugged and fcoled as on that of med
icine. If," says a certain writer, " we look into
the profession of physic, we shall find a most formi
dable bsdy of men ; the sight of them is enough to
make a man serious; for we may lay it down as a
maxim, that when a nation abounds in physicians, it
grows thin of people. Sir William Temple is very
much puzsled to find out a reason why the northern
hive, as he calls it, does not sond out such prodigious
swarms, and over-run the world with Coths and
Vandals, as it did formerly; but had that excellent
author observe!, that there were no students in
physic among the subjects of Thor and Woden, and
that this science flourishes very much in the north at
present, he might have found a better solution fcr
this difficulty than any of thoss Lt has made use of.
This tooly of men, In our own country, may be de
scribe! like the British army in Cwsar's time : Siiaa
ofthem slay in chariots and sasie on foot. If the
infantry do less execution than the charioteers, it is
because they cannot be carried so soon into all quar
ters of the town, and dispatch so much business in
so short a time." Eolv.
.Doctors who are not Doctors.
To the 'Ulorrf lie I'nclfic Commerct'il Advertiser :
Sir. The letter in last Wednesday's Gazette about
Dr. Mohabeer and the Board of Health contains
statements likely to mislead the public mind. I beg
leave, very deferentially, tp make a few remarks
1. Among the duties of the Minister of the Interior
is that of granting licenses to practice medicine in
this kingdom. This he does according to the recom
mendation of the Board of Health, who again are
guided by the action of corresponding authorities in
other countries. What then ia the rule in England,
France, Germany and America?
No man is allowed to practice in any one of the
first three of these countries without a license from
the examining body of that country. Thus in Eng
land a French or German diploma will not suffice,
lie must have an English one. The law in all these
three countries is very stringent, la America, as
iu this kingdom, foreign diplomas suffice.
Thus the statement of tb2 clerical correspondent of
J. O. C, that Dr. Mohabeer could, if he bad liked,
have practiced in England, is incorrect.
2. With regard Ij the homoeopathic physician of
thU town. He doubtless satisfied the Board of Health
that he had a diploma from a legally constituted
examining body ia America "or elsewhere. That
means that he has Etudied the mechanism and
working of the human body and the history of dis
ease. He is at liberty to choose his own mode of
curing it. In England the examining bodies ars
But the pmcDS who are unJer tbecctiur
Board of Health hate raased through no medical
training. anJ bell no diploma whatTer. TL
BoarJ examined Dr. Mohalr who gave aciwrrs
that would have hamd a drought's abep-boy, anJ
gloried ia Li Igcoraace cf the body b profiaed to
be able to cure. Now the busiacas tf the Board tf
Health is to protect the jullic health; and the ques
tion U i their office a hatn or a reality t Are they
or are they not to reevtnuten 1 rvrry iajpotor who
spplie for a license, that be le a'lowed to prey upon
the people ?
The fact is that ia tbi yourg and imperfectly
organized kingdom abuse have teen allowed (bat
wouldnct be tolerated in elder State. The author
ities here Lave licensed native kahunas and Chinese
doctors, to the great injury tf the ignorant people.
The right course now is surely to reprcs these, cot
to license Dr. Mohabeer and Lis brethren.
For it is surely somewhat inconsiataut with the
professed deVtre of the alministration to preserve tb
race, to turn loose upon that race a set of medically
ignorant men, many cf whom, be it remembered do
not confine themselves to tLo more harulcas treat
ment by charms or globule, but fvarlesaly doe the
poor people with mercury, tartar emetic, pain-killer,
and that grand Hawaiian remedy, paalaL"
Z. It should be understood that Dr. Mohabeer wa
not arrested for malpractice. That could only have
been legally done. Lad Le held a license. But be
willfully and knowingly broke the law by practicing
without a license, and Lr this Le was punished.
Finally it is alway a pity when persvoalitie are
introduced without grave necessity into public dis
cussions. The fact that the medical members cf the
Board of Health made uo opposition to the granting
of a license to the homoeopathic physician, sufficiently
negative, I think, the unworthy charge of interested
motives made against them by J. O. C. F. L. II.
The Case of Dr. Mohabeer.
The East Indian, Doctor Mohabeer, who was men
turned in these columns nearly a year ago as Laving
been fined 100 in the Police Court for practicing
medicine without license, was aguiu before the Court
on Monday last, for the same offense. He was
charged under Section 270 of the Civil CoJe, which
reads a fallows :
Section 273. lt shall not be lawful for any for
eigner, whether naturalized or otherwise, to practice
in this Kiagdom as a physician or surgeon, lor com
pensation or reward, unless be shall have first pros-
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entea to tue Juoara oi iicaitu or to aucu examiner
as said Board may appoint for that purpose, satis
factory evidence of his professional qualifications
and good moral cnaractcr, ana obtained a ceriiucate
of approval from saia Hoard, and a license Irom tue
Minister of the Interior. Any person violating the pro
visions of this section shall, upon conviction thereof,
be liable to a penalty of one hunJre I dollars for
The first ease called against the Doctor, was for
prescribing for one Emanuel Babich, who testified to
having paid Lim some $17, fur professional services.
The Court imposed a fine of 100 and $3 usts.
Three other and separate charges were then preferre J
against Mohabeer, for doctoring without a license,
" for compensation or reward," Abraham Evans,
Manuel Antone and C. C. Bennett; and in each case
the fine of 9100 and costs was imposed; making in
the aggregate, S 100 fines and &0.C0 cost. Moha
beer, failing to pay the fine, was sent to prison, and
on Tuesday was sent out to work on the Esplanade,
with the other prisoners. On Thursday however, he
signified through counsel his readiness to pay the
amount of the fines, which Le immediately did on
being liberated. To have worked out the four hun
dred dollars at the rate of twenty-five cents a day,
(as prescribed by law) would have required four
years and four months.
The United States Centennial.
From Mr. Burnet Landreth, Chief of Bureau of
Agriculture, at Philadelphia, we Lave received the
following circulars, which we publish for general
LIVE STOCK AT THE CEMES.MAL.
It i understood that the Bureau of Agriculture
of the International Centennial Exhibition, Las
determined to exhibit Live Stock within the months
of September and October, 1B7C; the periods de
voted to each class and family being fifteen days,
and the division as follows :
Horses, mules and asses, (as one class,) from
September first to fifteenth.
Horned Cattle, (of all variotits,) from Septemler
twentieth to October fifth.
Sheep, swine and goats, (as one class,) from
October tenth to twenty-fifth.
An important rule regulating admisdoa requires
that all animals exhibited, bo of pure blood, (trot
ting stock and fat cattle excepted.) Another rule
not to be overlooked, excludes all animals, even
though they be thoroughbred, which arc not highly
The exhibition being open to the whole world, it
is of the first importance that wc bring forward the
best of their kind only, as tbo character cf our
stock will be judged by the general average of those
Exhibitors will be expected to provide for fee-ling
their stock. An officer of the Bureau, specially
charge! with the duty, will furnish at cost prices,
all forage and other food, at depots conveniently
located within the grounds.
Exhibitors will also be expected to furnith their
own attendants, on whom all responsibility of the
care of feeding, watering and cleaning the animals,
and also of cleaning the stalls will rat.
Though the Commission will erect ample accom
modation for the exhibition and protection of Live
Stock, contributors who may desire to make special
arrangements for the difplay of their stick, will be
afforded facilities, at their iwn cost.
All aniruaia will be under the supervision of a
veterinary surgeon, employed by the Bureau, and
before whom each animal must pass, before admis
sion, to guard againif ibfection, and who will
also make a daily inspection, and report.
Ia case of sickness, the animal will be removed to
a suitable enclosure, specially prepared for its com.
fort and medical treatment.
Rings will be provide ! for the display and nercise
of horses and cattle,
The Eureau Is in dally receipt of applications for
space, and it is highly important that all who design
exhibiting, should now make application, as the
extent of preparation necessary can only be regulated
by an estimate based upon actual demands.
Inquiries may be addressed to the Chief of the
Bureau of Agriculture, I'hilalclphii.
ri"ll AT THE CEXTESMAL.
It is desire of the Cenk-ntihl Comoiisaion of the
International Exhibition to afford all reasonable
facilities for the Exhibition of Fish and tLe various
appliances and processes used in fi;h culture.
All parties engaged in the propagation of fish as a
business pursuit will, no doubt, find it of advantage
to exhibit, as also, those who are engaged iu tic
manufacture of f .-pliancca for the culture and cap
ture cf ush.
It Is therefore sugsted tjiat Commissioners
of Fisheries " of the various States, take such con
cert of action as may surely accomplish so desirable
an object; individual effort, however praiseworthy,
can hardly be relied upon as expressing the impor
tance and prospective extent of thi new national
The exhibition will open May 10th, 187C, and will
continue for six months. The details of arrange
ment for a display of fish and C-'u breeding apparatus
will be under the administration of the Bureau of
The following singular adverttTueiil h.m ap
peared in the London Muruin'j Post: "A lady is
anxious to find a Louie for a young lady iu whom
she is deeply interested, as wifi to a man with or
without children. She ha good health, good
temper, cultivated mind, quiet and homely taste,
deep religious principle?, devoted lo children A
Plymouth brolher would be preferred. Anyone
who eet her will Lier.s t.o.i ir turn a iiie com
panlon. Address, etc."
forbidden nnler pena'.fy to rrjf'Ct can
account of peculiar views of treatment.
7unl Fberman example Is to U Issluusl by
Confederal (leneral Hood, who l gor.f to wrli
a book about Ms ratnialgna.
rrrldnt Wbtt ft It o hppf vrr th tkurc
cf tae Cornell boy that b tung ihe wnlvcrnly
chime a oon as the new arrived.
The religlou aocletlf In London rrerlved lt
year In tbc afgregat, voluntary subscription
Irotu the public amounting l' not le than 110,
Ooo.rxM. lb BtltUh and I'orvign Bible Sockly
alon received l. 100.310.
JrfiVrann Pavi. Alexander II. Stephen and all
the ex-officer at d soldier and allor of ihm Con
federate army and navy. Lav two glvm a ;
ral Invitation to attend a national minion fl ex
Federal soldier, toon to be held at Caldwell, OLI.
Tbe Superintendent of lb Inuw Avlum at
I". atari. III., In wbicb I'rrnldml Lincoln' widow
was recently placed, doe not regard Ik rroprct
of ber wovery a very encouraging. Iler son
Robert vUiu Ler weekly, and eviry polbl pro
vision U made lor ber comfort.
A number of wealthy women U New York pro-
Foe to rai $23,000 for a colUwwal butt of Wh
ngtoa Irving, for the Central Park. It will !
E laced on a handsome granit pedestal, with four
ronne figure In niche, among litem Hip Van
Winkle and an old Knickerbocker.
Tlwy atv already Betting up an excursion frorn
(Jenoa. Italy, lo the Philadelphia Centennial, tb
traveler to com over in a ecial Wniier ; tli
cot.! of the voyage out and return I put at !')
Tor pajwerigern. and tbeexnene of spending thirty-t-lx
day ti shore. Including irntel, amuvnwnt,
etc., at f 370.
Indiana La a stringent law against tb Inter
marriage ol white and black. John Angell
Miliars a (German, and Mary Sims, a negro, wer
married lew week ago In Flojd county. They
and the clergyman who performed the ceremony
arc now in prlxon ; and ervch 1 liable to a convic
tion and sentence lo ten year Incarceration, or a
Due of $:,000.
The Sacramento Ileet Sugar Company com
menced operation for the season Thursday, and
the machinery will now be kept In constant service5
until the season in over. It 1 ei peeled that 12,000
ton ol beet will be crushed, and about twice ns
much sugar made a last year. Tb distiller,
which li to be run to use up the conrsrr syrups,
will commence operation In n few dy.--.Sm
lai !co llullrtln, Aujitst 1th,
The Empress Eugenie continue In Lor exile the
esteemed friend of Queen YicVoila, with whom she
frequently interchange vislti She I everywhere
called the Empress, not Hits' ex EmpreM, and re
ceive royal honors. Within the last two week
she visited in company with the royal family, the
('amp of Aldersbot, and saw Ler son tnklnjr pari In
the great review which attracted so much alien
lion. -(of. Jhrney. '
A New York Sun loporur, who saw Jlorchrr
dining in a New York restaurant the other !sy
remuik : Those who ay Mr. Ileecher la falling In
appearance and will not lire another ear, talk
nonsense. He I good lor a double decade, at
least, or, a be once expressed himself, I "likely
to live to be a hundred year old." Ill appetu
could never have been belter, and Ms plilt at
' 'it I
A au oftlc
a tearlul thine to dUclmrze tlm diff.illv of
lai in Scotland, j ne oim r uv a man was
arrested lor whistling In the preieuco of one ol
iiieinf and now we learn Irom the tilasgow ('(;. r
that a young gentleman " of the nam of K-oott
La been convicted ol Insulting a town Councillor
by inquiring " who the devil " made Mm a town
Councillor? The iiinflslrute Imposed a fine of
even shilling and six pence, or four days impris
onment. After having tiled every other lest of population
in their rndearor to get the better of each other,
Chicago and St. Lout have at last fallen bark
upon the Smith gauge. It is said that there I one
Smith to every A40 persons In the United Ftates.
Taking this as a basis of calculation and multiply
Ing it by 90(5, the number of Smiths 01 the direct
ory. St. Louis figures up a population of 4f!!),2tO.
Hut Chicago finds that she has 1436 Smiths, Smyth,
Smita and Schmidts on bei directory, and multi
plying this number by 640 uialre Chicago' pop-'
ulatiou loom up to 770,62t. Cincinnati make a
similar calculation, and obtains a population of
A cargo of tea shipped from a poll in Japan on
the 24th of May reached New York, by way of th
Union Pacific railroad, in one month, running time.
Ten day from New York would land (he same
teas in Liverpool, thus making the carrj Ing dm
from Japan to England not over lorly days. II
tbi rate of speed In the transportation cf tea can,
be maintained and united with certainly U will
create a complete revolution In that branch of
biiHines. No tea will be shipped via Iho Sner,
Canal aud Iho Mediterranean sea for England when
it can be dlnpatched lo San Francisco und from
thence by rail to Atlantic; port, en route lor
Europe. The shorter time tea Is on the water tbet
better for the strength and aroma ol tbo article.
The day following Iho centennial festivities th
following Incident occurred In a South End saloon i
A friend Lad Invited one of the South Carolina
soldiers Into the saloon lo put another turron the
burled batchet. While standing at the bar, a
stranger came In. The Carolinian suddenly
dropped Lis glasi and closely eyed the stranger.
His gazo was stoady and peculiar that the friend
began to be alarmed, and to fear tlat Ihe hatchet
was to be dug up again. Directly the Carolinian
abked the stranger if Le knew him? There was no
recognition ; whereupon the Carolinian asked Mm
if he was not In (he late war? "Yes," was the
reply. iAnd you wero once stationed at such a
place ?' "Yes." "And took part lo such a sklr
iiiltdir "Yes." Well. I thoiurht o. rmiie.i
the Carolinian, and. raining Lis hat, showed a large
scar on Lis forehead, saying, - There Is your sabre
mark, my boy ; come up aud tako a drink." An.l
bo then and there they decorttcd the grave of the,
The True Position of Tweed.
David Dudley Field Is afraid that If it
prohibited by the constitution thcro would be a
bill of attainder against Tweed. Mr. Field' ar
gument Is that tLo public excitoinent ron so high
In New York after the discovery r.f the Tammany
frauds that his client would not receive juslic.
Mr. Field doeB not state the case properly. Tweed
wan never in danger from any excess of public
clamor. He always had behind Llm a large party.
Hewa olected to the State Senate after the ex
posure of bis crimes. He Lad money enough to
engage eminent counsel -la addition to what L
raid lo leeche and blackmailer. He was power
ful enough to defy Governor Dix and Msyor
llavemeynf and render Lis Imprisonment nomi
nal one. He La broken through tho bars of an
other. When one court did not suit LI mi be went
to another, sure at lat to find nome minion of a
judpe who would obey Lisa. When one Intrepid
magistrate, throe years ago, committed bltn with
out ball to answer fur hi crimes, be bad another
arouud the corner to release Llm on nominal bail.
Hi progress through the courts has been a triumph,
lie ha demonstrated the suggestive (act that for
btealers of baius and gas pipe there are twenty
year' Imprisonment, while for the stealers of mill
Ion th'-ro It only a nominal punULment
There was never any fear of a "bill of at
tainder." Public opinion has never been barrb
toward Tweed. He would Lave Lad ample mercy
bad Le sought it. Ho bad million of the people's
money and be La the money still. He Lad only
to rcntoro what he bad stolen to t-sUhli-h a fair
claim to mercy. He was an old man and Lad
wielded Immense power. No tun wished lo be
cruel toward Lim. The fall ol one who bad be-n
so high was in Itself a lunUbtnent not to be Ibjhtly
considered. (a-Uadof restitution Tweed resolved
on defiar.ee. Ihe money Le stole, through Lis
(ia:vey and IngernolU, be Intended lo keeju U
has kept it, with the exception ol tbo ball million
paid to leeches, blackmailers and lawyers. In
this defiance of tlm law and of pwblle opinion Le
ii fortunate enough to win the aid of the highest
men in tbo land. The "bill of attainder " I not
linitii-t Tweed, but agahifct public justice.
Thi U the painful aspect of th Tw-e rase.
IIT we have a confessed and convicted criminal
defying the law by the very alitince or bi
crime, lie rob tho treasury and iim the monev
to protect himself. 1
justice has come In Nei
This is the os-i in which
w Yoi'k- The Tweed fraud
were possible under Loneat administrations. There
u no government so wise ana prudent uut It msy
be robbed. But when the robbery Is discovered,
and the money I found on the persons of th
thieves, tho natural course of the law Is (o put It
In safe keeping, and In time rcjre it to It
owners, it in against, reason that Ihe thieves should
be allowed to retain, their stolen money, and pay
it out to lawyers and leeches and blackmailer lo
protect thciu.Helve. Once let that be an admitted
principle and all an expert gang of burglars need
to do is to force (ho Sub-Treasury or tho Sale
Depobit Company, and, spending a liberal Khar ol
the plunder for lawyer, take their chances with
the courts. Tbi i what Tweed La done and
w hat bo is doing now. He dcOca Justice by the
aid of the public money. Hi confederates do the
same thing. Who bas seen a dollar of the money
of (iarvey or Ingersoll? How much baa 1'ieLU
returned? It Is possible, as Ihe law is now adic'.a
bitercd, fr men in power to take millions, fend to
keep them. That I Ihe painful fact In tre whole
Tweed case. It h not "bills of attainder " that
Tweed ha to fear. He U the victor In the contest,
and it look as if Le would leave the field victor,
carrying with him every dollar of Lis plunder.
except the half million paid for Immunity. A'. V.
vve rK.T, etc., etc.
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