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PACIFIC COMERCIAL ADVERTISER. OCTOBER 20, 1883.
t BY AUTHORITY. ;; "t of Licenses Expiring in tho Nlontn RKTAll-OAlll'. . i. -t .trnl. Honolulu rCV UbM "trt- . u H ,n L- trt. Honolulu auT1 R.iltt "vi.n strt. Hono idolubs tret, Honolulu , Uonolala onolatu auT1 R.iiu Naiina trt. Honolulu .n w- ' ,.. umi. Honolulu j Mr E u r F rt and KingitmU, Honolulu ,,j k.) Hall "?jort In struts Honolulu . UvaLji Klcua an-t Merchant trt. 1 1 street, Hono- iu il .11 Hjnolala ..rMi. HovJ ala " " Kirnf sire. x. i T U "rMV;u-t. Honolulu lain vn,t .na i I H ti rtiMs Hno- p-rtr.. ew- i i k.i:nt llonolnlo 4h. tiu" . " c.-..kiuiu..niist.v4Tt, Holalu w I'hi 111 OS - ii !,X"r. corner W .nd Nan lain by lw, hT agreed upon the following eonven-tion. AKTICLE 1. Tbere La11 Lo . mnilar pTr1.r"f f mrn-v nr. ders between the two countries. The maximum of each order U fixed at fifty dol lar ($50). No money order khall include a fractional iart of a cent. The amount of each order, whether iatiued in the United State or in the Kingdom of Hawaii. tau-.t be expressed in letter a well a iu" fiuri'?-. ARTICLE 2. The Hawaiian Pot-Office Department .shall have power to fix the rates of commission on all money orders muc-d in the Kingdom of Hawaii, and the Post-Office Department of the Lnited States Lall have the same power in regard to all money order-- issued in the Lnited State. Each Derailment ithall communicate to the others it tariff of charges, or rates of commission, which shall be establmhed under thi Convention, and these rate shall, in all cases, be psrahle in advance by the remitters, and shall not be repaya ble. Department of Hawaii. 1 pai l at Sun Francisco, J but, if due by the Post Oilice Department of the j Lnited states, U ahall be i?aid at Honolulu. If ieuding the settlement e-f an account, one of the two Postal Administration shall ascertain that it owes the other a balance excecdiuj? two thousand ti'e hnii.hed dollars. (?2.o00), the in debted Administratis;! shall promptly remit the j .nee to the credit Statement of Sa;ar Plantations on tbe Hawaiian Islands, 1833. X'tme of riantati-jti. Valve. Amf ican VrititL German faicii'n I Chin te Hart Broto" , H,nolola J 'I. Howl .wt. Honolala Cdm i '"rrsaana trr llonoiu'a MAl's , T woo. iaka HAWAII. ,Hlt.hcnekCoiKP.ll.lo 5 n B Cw'i Funahoa. IW 31 Cba lioy. " Kit Al auanu atrret, Bono- inulula DOlutu Kobala 1, J Chow Kr. Bsnalrl VlCTCAkl-Mi. 1 Ah 8.n. North K!-Ja. Uswai. I Ita North kohalj, i Akuna. Wloko. Mui UWo,M.al i mi Ii Akn . Ll JM "u 'I-r ii nan.1 Jtu.n "trt, Uono- 30 c'HlA r-.tas."-- Haw.U RKTAILSHIRIT. jj.OUU.crN. aan.an.1 ItotM .tre.t-,nono ft' 'iTua unUiUn. H .trl tr, Honolala 1 iTah A"n .o SO.WB. H .wlalo 2 S -,,vVir thi lll. H.molti- , i uo-uia WIIOttlStLI, SPIRIT. 7t'5l" VK "- DKAL.KKM -SPIRIT. "t'Cn w'haot .tri. I.'ooolala 1 r7nioanic-NNo-n-- w noL.t:AL.e. . Il.k(. QlfS atreet. UoO'KU a J r ii'r' t .KU tr.e.. H.,.l-.a MII.K. 7 S,-l P T. lu,tt 1 Hil ul. U win''1 . . II Anton y Wa, llonola n Jl Jobs K Sila. ll-ii .l'.l.i t J 'aha. Honolulu n io.CV"'! .a. Il- ;' IS ! Iltp Mt Hon. ll",lul, C.mriU 4t CSUouwla:a IIL'Ti-IIKR- 30 30 31 M hnF. No.tr, K.h.U. U.wail KimoZ..U.wi.N..rthKohata. Hawaii ,i North kohaU llawai. AlCTIOX. I TW Everett Maal 11 Ka. fcoolanpoko. t)aha iJ IH tliteae.a-k. Uilo, H.waU Q4 Kirao. Hmi'i. IIwau JT .M KaaaiUilo. Koolaaloa, Oaha FIUE A M M S. S Kred l'art-r. Kona, Oaha 9 iHcar Whlw. Kona, Oaha 10 Joha Umin Koca. Oahu II J D Bobin". Kona. taUa it Oarry AoU, Kona, Uaha BILLIARD. 41 Jooh Bniith, MakapaJa, Sorth Kokala i5rothriNoaw.atre.t HonMala. O.ha M JohB .H,.?i;leb.n, !UA.hae .ir.s t. S Koh.la. Hawaii SlLUOV. 1 lkelo.Waialaa,0k i . 90 4 Napapa, Ualawa. Molkai 1,1 VERY STABLK. ) Jaaaes Do.ld, rantheon BOAT. JJ Irt ferkio., Ijihaina, Mam peduli.no. tJ Jacob Lyon. Ktandoa It is nnderattiod. moreover, that each Depart ment is authorized to suspend, temporarily, the exchange of money orders in case the course of ex change, or any other circumstance should (jive rlse to abuses, or, cause detriment to the postal rev enue. AKTICLE a. F&-h nmiitrt shall keen the eonitnlnsjou charged on all money orders within its jurisdic tion, but shall pay to the other country .tnree fourths of one per cent, on th: amount .f Ii orders. AKTICLE 4. The aerTice of the postal money order syutoiu bc- twn the two countries shall be performed exclu sively by the agency of Offices of Exchange. On the part of-the United States the ollice oi exenauge ahall be San Francisco, California, and on the part of tho Hawaiian Kingdom. Honolulu. Hnton ahall be drawn onlv on the authorized money order offices of the respective countries;and each Postal Administration xhall furnish to the other a LWt of such offices, and tthall. from time to time, notify any addition to, or change in such lit. Eerr order and advice must contain tiie name of the office and of the country of desti nation, and if relatius to an order payable in toe United State, the name of the State in which such nffice i aitnated: if relating to an order payable in th Hawaiian Kingdom, the name of the Island. ARTICLE 5. Va moner order shall be issued unless the appli cant furnish the name and address oi tlie person to whom the amount is to be paid, and his own name and address ; or, the name of the firm, or company who are remitters or payees, together with the ad dress of each. The money orders issued in any country shall be forwarded by the remitters to the payee at their own expease. AKTICLE 6. The advices of all money orders issued upon the Uawaiian Kingdom by the poxt-omcc in the United States shall be sent to the Office of Exchange at San Francisco, where they shall I? examined, and, if found correct, impressed with tho dted stamp of that office, and transmitted by the next direct mail, to the Exchange Office at Honolulu, accom panied by a List, in duplicate, drawn upon the model of Form 4 A." The advices, on their arrival in Honolulu, shall t.. . .-,..1 aritl. tlir entries in the List. and. af- i terward dispatched to the paying offices. In like manner the advices of money orders. drawn on the United States by Postmasters in the Hawaiian Kingdom, shall be sent to the Exchange Office; at Honolulu, where they shall bo examined, aud. if found correct, impressed wtih the dated uiimn of that office, and transmitted by the next direct mail, to the Exchange Office at San Fran cisco, accompanied by a List, iu duplicate, drawn npon the model of Form 11. The advices, on their receipt at San Francisco, shall be compared with tho entries in the List. and afterwards dispatched to tho paying office. The advice of orders issued in tho United States in the month of March, which may arrive at the na: ..f r.l,-, 'i. at Saii Fraucisco iu the earner wiiit' ' - .I-- of the following month, shall be entered on tfiimdementarr to that of tho last day of the month of March, and in like manner, the advices r.r.1r Usttcd in the Hawaiian Kingdom in the month of Ja-i.-. aV.;. may arrive at the Exchange Office at Ho:i..luI i iu the earlier days of the follow ing month, shall be entered on Lists supplement ary to thai of the last day of the mouth of June. AKTICLE 7. The Lists dispatched from each OffioJ of Ex change, shall be numbered consecutively, com mencing with N. 1 at the beginning of the month of July iu each year; and the entries in these Lists shall also have consecutive numbers. Of each List dispatched a duplicate shall le sent, which duplicate, after being verified by the re ceiving Office of Exchange, shall be returned to the dispatching Office of Exchange. Fmh Office of Exohtuge shall promptly commu- tn the other the correction of any simple error, which it may discover in the verification of When the Lists shall show irregularities, which the receiving Exchange Office shall not be able to rectify, that Office ahall apply for an explanation to tho dispatching Exchange umce, aim .o..- planation shall be afforded without ueia. Should anv List fail to be received in uuc course, the dispatching Exchange Office, on receiving in formation to that effect, shall transmit, without delay, a duplicate of the List, duly certified as such. approximate amount of fcuch La of the other. This account .-hall be m accordance with the forms (.'." !." E." and V." annexed t. this Convention. . AKTICLE li. In the exchange of m-.n.-y orders between the to countries, one d-.llar in Hawaiian money :diall r taken as the equivalent of one dollar in United States money. This standard in either country shall be gold value. AKTICLE 11. The United States Postal Administration under takes to serve as intermediary for the exchange of postal ord'.r.i from the Hawaiian Kingdom to be paid in anv European country .vitli winch that administration maintains an exchange of postal orders, and with which the Postal Administration of the Hawaiian Kingdom does not have such ex change of orders from any such European coun try destined lor payment in the Hawaiian nans dyiu, provided the Europ-an country interested consent to an arrangement of this niture. AKTICLE 15. The Postal Administration in each country .shall be authorized to adopt any additional rules, (if not repugnant to the foregoing.) for the greater security against fraud, or forth; better working of the system generally. All such additional rules, however, must be promptly communicated to th Post Office Depart ment of the other country. AKTICLE Hi. The pre.-ent Convention shall take ell'ect on the first day of January, 133-1. and shall continue in force until twelve mo iths after either or the con tracting parties -hall have notified to the other its intention to terminate it. AKTICLE 17. The ratifications of the present Convention fhall be exchanged prior to the first day of December, 1 33.1. . I wirsKss uhehiiof. the respective Plenipoten tiaries have signed the present Convention and have affixed thereto their seals. ExK(t-Ti.o is l.rei.! ATE and signed at Wash ingt-'h the eleventh day of September, 1S3;J. l. s.l H. A. P. CAKTEU, Envov Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of Hawaii to the United States. 1 1.. s. WALTEK Q. UKESHAM, Postmaster Jnural of the United States. I herel.v aoorovo the foregoing Convention, and in testimony thereof, I have caused the seal of the United States to Is- hereto nftixt-d. CHESTEi: A. AKTIll'K. Kv the President : . i.. s. FKEDK. T. FKELIXGHUYSEX, Secretary f State. Washington, September 13th, 133J. I hereby approve the foregoing Convention, aud in testimony thereof. I have caused the seal of the Hawaiian Kingdom to te here to affixed. KALAKAUA KEX. Kv he King : , s. WALTEK M. OIKSON. Minister of Foreign Attain and Premier. Honolulu. October loth, is 3:1. All persons are. hereby notified that the above Convention is to be regarded in all its provisions as part of the laws of this Kingdom, and respected aeeordinslv. WALTEK M. (ilKSON, Minister of Foreign A Hairs. I Ha.viiian Agricultural Company Hunting Interests.... Halawa .Snar Company I'ianting Interests Oiionio.i inrar Company raii'.caj Siii'ar Company Ilonoma Nnar Company Knic.h' Plantation Wailuku ui'ar Company Ka-t Matii l'lant.iti i Makec S:i':;r CotnpaiiV Ki!:vu ar Co iipany Kea'iia I'i-tiitatioii Lihae pjantatioii- PI a ii t in-r I uterests. Kolon Snear Company Plttntiiit. Interests Princeville Plantation Eleele Plantation Hlantir? Interests Kekaha Plantation PiftntintT I nterett Waialua Plantation Waimanalo Sngar Company Oiowahi Snar Company -.- ItilCUCOCK oroiuers Haiku Sut'.ir Company Pepeekeo Plantation Alexander Jc Haldwin Plantini: Interests Kipahulu Plantation I'lnntini' Interests Ookala .Suar Company nouaia in?ir vuuijau.. . . . . . -. - Pioneer Mill company uuu nsuuui iuivk-u H ina Plantation tlrove Ranch.... Wailiee Sugar Company .MaWee funtauon Hawaiian Commercial Company Waikapn Plantation llakal ia Plantation t ir Mill Hilea Siiirar Cunpaiiy Naalehu Plantation Ilonnkaa Suu' ir Company Planting Imerests Hawi Mill.... Planting lutercsts I'nlon Mill Plantinsi Interests Sp.-ncer's Plantation Paauhau Mill Company Planting Interests Wainaku Plantation Pacific Sugar Company W I.idgate X Co Waiak.-a Plantation Hainakna Plantation Niulii Mill Planting Interests Moauni Plantation Kamaloo I'lantation Mever'.s Plantation Waianae Sugar Coinpauy I.aie Plantation H-eia Sugar Company K-ciproeitv Sugar Company.... Huelo Plantation. Mill and Planting Intere s ... .. Ktiniated value of Sugar Interests in the Kingdom 6 .tw 3 loO.oou .Vl.'KM iiu.ox lToAMI S.W.O.J0 17o.no. i, :; .oi i Kl.s ) 5l.iK: ;- KMKii JM O I'. k).00t lJ).UIIO fji i.iiiMr to An.i.lOi l"o oi . Jvl.on loO.oio 50.-i"' ftO.unn loO.om .. ,'lli.lXH PiO.tMiu'.. VI0.tK.l' 4HJ.(V .. 2"S'.0ti) l-i"l.tkjl . UK) (M 2.0O.O0O 500.(K.0 WU.UW 250,1H0 . JO.'.IMH) 2r1.0.1O 1O0.O0O otio.iMi o0,i .. ijs.mm :?.' Sjo.ooo. .. lTU.OOit 110.1UO ... lTo.om .. i.T.'si rK.o"o .. lot .OO Sit .' .. I ;S,M4 .. l-JU.i.' .. T..t'.. I'l ,ov"t. . . 071 1 1 K . . Ti.yoi ! i.to.iAioi . . 50.d,ljo; . . j ., ' abb'.oi w' '. 6T,o6; 5.0t0 41S.0U") S-JO.ueO,.. "isV.sSrt:" 2o0.0tX). . , a'i.omii "j'.IMll.! I.. i.rH!! lVjot': T5.0lK! 150.00;.' 4i.000 105.000! a,tw 175.0 H)' 51,0C0' 100,000 t SS'J.'.lOll a.TMl 'T.:il JTl.tSti ' 'iiV.ioo 7o.lM . J0.l' 9 f.7ii . 5.eioo . ' i2.360: 60.000. T.ixnV ". 7.0OU . 21 .t' liJ.H0 51.000 400,000 24,400 2VJ.000, . 12,000,. 2.000,000 2.lK'ie11 2:si.r. i2r.".' ijri.uoo :'aio.o hi 2'.0oo' :J(.(ik' &0J0' 2Oil.03) 50.000 150 000 . 150 0 . lW.Ot"! . a.O).l . 2iV 0 . 200,000 100.000 . 75.0-Ji); 100.000; 4'o.t.io; . lfiO.000;. 250.000: . fO.000 . 50 (K10, CO.000: . 5.0v0i . 10.OMJ' . ITO.OoO: 75.000 2'(0,OKl so ixm! 150 om. . 3.i.Wl 150.0"0 210 OK) 3T5.0KJ. Oil (KKJ 50 000 lOO.tXKl i-tV.Si" 3'I,0J0: 20,000 50AKJ . . . tiO.000 . . . 125.0W ... Jii.OOO " 150.0iX 1.-0.000... 120.000 ... 8..O.X) ... 200.000 ... 100, CKK . . . ...! ""37.50!)' 25.000, 400.000'... lrtO.OOOi... 250.000... 60,000 ... ' 80,666! '. 2s,ooo; !I6.X1; 75 000'... KX1.000: 10.0OJ; 50,000' I S.OOOj 1(K),(J0:..., 10.000!..., 100.0" K)'. 10.OX) 3.500 15,ftV;.Si)0 'lO,l80.4ti I s 3,2 10,050- 970,016 lOO.OLKli.t. "'8,666:!!! ....!.. iw'.ooo j ! I ! !!!!!!!!i!!! 64,70t)j... "c6.666 !!! 611.210 60,009 50,000 560.000 October, 1833. 250.000 Danish. I FOREIGN BEPBE3ENTAT1VES. Diplomatic. Unit.sl States Miuister Kesident, His Excellency Kollin M Ilagirett. P.esidence, Hawaiian Hotel. Eu '1 and. Commissioner and Consul-Ueneral, " " o,le- ,,ou. Hesid..nee, Emma Street France, Consul and Commissioner, Monsieur Henri Feer. Kesidem e, lleretaaia Street Chancellor French legation. Monsieur (.eorge PouliecU. l"ortii" il Consul and Commissioner, A d? souza i ana- varro. liesiueuce, COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER Consuls, etc, Honolulu. U.Tman Empire",' Sweden and Norway. . . . Iieniuaik(Uaua, Maui) X.'ueaandsand UeUfium United States Mexico ( Spain t I') Austro-llungary llussia (Vuh: Consul) Pritish Viee-Cousul Cuited States (Vice Consul) Denmark (AetiuK; Japan, Commercial Awnt......... U S Consular Agent (lido, Hawaii) . (Kahului, Maui) .... .. .. " (Mahukona. Uawaii) HAWAIIAN. Diplomatic and Consular Agents. Minister Resident. V isliimrton, DC nou. H. A. P. Carter Washington, D C Hon J Mott Smith, Commissioner Chnnjrs (T Affnires and Consuls General. T-mdon. Enaland Manley Hopkins itri.nJ.n eievmany ..J C I'tluger PaiTs, I-Vanee F Collin de 1'aradis Consuls General: .F A SchaefiT J C Olade A Unna A J Cartwnghi . . . . John 11 l'aty . D A McKiniev It W I-aiiie II F Olade . ..J W FHutrer T II Davies ....F P Hastings .11 K Macfarlane JO Carter T Spencer A F llopke CL Wight STEAM PITH HOUSE. ffM lit 1 CO) 23' Z?- At the Old Stand, No, 8 Kaahumanu Street, im3 GOPPEB a SHEET IBOfJ IV Gf; PLUMBING, in all its brandies; ARTESIAN WELL PIPE and RAM If! 4 STOVES z sizes; Uncle Sam. Medallion. Richmond. Tip Top, Palace, Flora. May, Contest, Grand Tiieo, New Rival. Oper, Derby, Wren. Dolly. Oyiwy, Queen, Pansy A- Army Ranges, Magna f 'hnrta, Ruck, Su- i i .J . Magnet. Osceffla, Aim eel a. Eclipse, Charter Oak. Nimble. Imvood A Laundry Stoves, G&lvanized Iron A- Copper Roilers for Ranges, Granite Iron Ware, Nickel Tlsted A I'lam. Galvanized Iron Water Pipe, all sizes, and laid on at Lowest Rates ; Cast & Lead Soil Pipe. Mouse Furnishing Goods ! ALL KICDS: RUBBER HOSE ALL SIZES and GRADES Lift and Forei Pumps, Cistern rumps. Galvanized Iron, Sheet Copper, Sheet Lead, 4Lcad Pipe, Tin Plate. Water Closets. Marble Slabs and Bowls, Rnameled Wash Stand Chandeliers, Lamps, Lanterns LINK C1 1" TJIi L GENTS' FINE FURNISHING GOODS A. T Forei-u OlHcc. lloiiolul.i. (ct. lo. lSSJ. The Kfnlt of an linestig4tlon Some Anthfntlf ( ,;es 1 111" DiMse CoiiLtgluns I iu-.s Muini.s. S:;teiuber 1. For sonic time tiu Iowa State R-ard of llealtli has 1h.cu in posst ssi .11 of indications that leprosy sistcd in the northern part of the State anion the Norwegians, but no direc t information could be obtained. Applications was made to Dr. Eek luud. a physician at Stockholm, Sweden, and from hiui it was learned that several years a'o the cele brated Dr. Roeck and Dr. A. .1. Holiuboeck, of 06-lm MB. HANS MOUTENSEN In bn appointed Surveyor and Guard for the Port of Mahukona. Hawaii, vie O. X. I.AKU resoneu. W. F. ALLEN. Collector-General. ArraoTEP: J. M. KAPENA, Minister of Finance. robLECTOB-OErrr i.a' Orricr. October 1, 1883. oetCwtt. It has pleased IIU Mjty the King ta gTant letter patent of denization to Paul Neumann. Eaq. Iolani Palaee, Oetober 11th. o!2dAwlt m, M.rrr Rickard U thi day appointed Ageal to Uke AekBOwledgenient to Labor Contracts for th Ditrit of X rth Kohala. Island oi uawau. ' CHAELES T. GULICK, Minister of Interior. " Interior Department. October 13. 1833. oct20w3t Mr. Steen Bille U thU day appointed Agent to Uk Acknowledstuento to Labor Contract, for the Diatrif t of Hana. Island of Maui. CHARLES T. GULICK. Minuter of Interior. Interior Department. October 17, 1883. oct20w3t CtBU Betwen tke Pt-0fflr Departaeitjar lit f IIwU Pst-0fflc I. I art-eat af lh Ca4 Stat af lafrlca, Ci- The Government of HU Majeaty the King of Ha- :2-.i fi.emnient of the republic of the United State of America, being desiroua of facili tating the exchange of nuta of money oetween iu ,ntrO hr making use of postal money or der-, the undersized. H- A. P. Carter. Envoy El- traordinary aud Mmi-ter Plenipotentiary oi n.a Majeaty the Kins of Hawaii, in the name of hw Oovernment. and by virtue of the powers which be haa formaUy presented to this effect, and W. Q. Greaham. roatmaiter-Gencral of the United SUtet of America, in rirtue of the powers rested in him ARTICLE 8. nnni;,atA rvrdem shall only be issued by the Postal Administration of the country, on which h rieinal orders were drawn, and in conformity with the regulation established, or to Ihj estab lished in that country. ARTICLE f. Tl. ordera-isaued bv each country on the other, K.tl tw unbiect. a reeard payment, to the regu lations which govern the payment of inland orders of the country, on wnicb tliev were arawu. The paid orders shall remain in the possession oi the country of payment. . ARTICLE 10. TVnavment of orders to remitters shall not be ,A nntil an authorization for such repayment shall first have been obtained by the country of w-n from the country where such orders are pay able, and the amounts of the repaid orders shall be duly credited to the former country in tue quarterly account. (Article 12.) It is the province or eacu rostai Aumiuisirauuu to determine the manner in which repayment to the remitter is to be made. ARTICLE 11. Orders whioh shall not have been paid within twelve calendar month from the month of issue, slufll become void, and the sums received shall accrue to and be at the disposal of the country of origin. The Hawaiian ost Offlce .ueparimeni siiau, therefore, enter to the credit of the United State, in the quarterly account, all money orders entered in the Lists received from the United States, which remain unpaid at the end of the period sio. ;kA Article 12.) v tuua - On the other hand the Post Office Department of the United States shall, at the close of eaoh month, transmit to the Hawaiian Post-Office Department, for entry ia the quarterly account, a detailed statement of all orders, included in the Lists dispatched from tho. latter oroce. whwii nnder this Article becoma void. ARTICLE 12, At the close of eaoh quarter an account shall be prepared at the Hawaiian Post Department, showr ing in detail tho toials of the Lists, containing the particulars of orders issued In either country dur ing the quarter, and the balance resulting from such transactions. Three copies of this acoount shal 1 be transmit ted to the Post Office Department of the United States, at 'Washington, and the balanee, after proper verification, shall, if due by the Post Office tu.-ed.-n visitud this country ami traveled over the northwest, making investigation of leprosy. In their report they mention about thirty cases, giv ing the names of tho persons and their location. Several of them were iu Wiuii'Jsliick county in this State. During the visit Dr. Holinbieck witness ed tho death of one person from the disease in t hat county. On this information the- State Iijard of Health further pursued its investigation, and few days ago received soma definite information through the llev. Mr. Koren, a clergyman who has been settled among the Norwegians in that section over thirty years. He mentions one Johannes Sitnon sen. vii i is from a leprous family, is now 75 vears and has never had a symptom of the disaas. Vlso. he- names one MiaO l.riCKsen, twenty vears ago. aud probably was tho same per son whose death was witnessed by Dr. Holmboeck. One X. X. Kemme, of his congregation, died of the .i ja r, lHfil. He was a horse doctor, traveled about the country, camping out, had bad food and suffered great exposure. None of his family, however, had the disease. Another case, that of Ljar Petersen. Mr. Koren is firmly of the opinion thai no cases of the disease now exist in Northern Iowa or Southern Minnesota, but he may not know, as even the best physicians do not seem to know it when they see it, and X. X. Ilemme, who died from it in 18JJ. lived in that country fourteen years before tho disease developed itself. It was only through perfect knowledge of it and loug ex perience with it that it was detected by Drs. Boeek and Holmboeck. Medical authority, however, has declared that the disease is non-contagious. Wrhether or not it is hereditary is a mooted ques tion. The cause is ascribed by the weight of authority to miasma. I Exchange. , ;meV:NeW-;;-uwaiej: s,".sW mi. I Norway mussel-. :; OiiM-nlLi-." i, Keum irh. Vnlvohawi a, Japan 1 ll.iii-lii'ii, t hina ! o:i"- Canada r otisHis. u-c. Kam-vate, KivAmi Cork, Ireland Kaliuoutn. Knslaud Bremen, Oerman l'ortlauJ. Oregon S in Francisco, Cahtoruia Marseilles. 1'ianee llavre, France Uordeaux, France tiuiioa, Italy ; H.MOI., Mass (Acting Ulasirow, Scotland Vienna. Austria.... Uran.l Duchy of Baden 15adeu.... I'allao. Per" : Mellxiiirnc. ictoiia. ........ ..... Kdml.unrli al I.ei'l, Scotland ... ifiMcu, Fiance Antwerp, UeUlum Hamburg. Oertnany. UueensUnd, Australia Singapore Fay al, A zores Colon, 1' S Colombia Auckland, New Zealand Ilobart Town, Tasiaania Hull, England Madeira Victoria, ISritish Columbia....... Cardiff and Swansea, Wales I iht lit, Belgium Newcastle, NSW Dresden, Saxony Dundee, Scotland Ui verpool, England. . . . . shanghai, China Naples, Italy &t. Wicnaets Tahiti Lisbon, Portugal ................. liaukok, Siam Lysckil Sweden (Vice Consul).... Jaluit (Commercial Agent) Christiana, Norway G ibraltar Newcastle-on-Tyue Bristol, England Dublin Hiogo, Japan Fraukfort-ou-Maine Amsterdam.... Oporto Montrea' lialilas, Ouateinais City of Mexico EH Allen, Jr A S Webster H A Burfrer Feid de Cunnart d'llaniale ...... Julius ltnlniTlfii . K W lr in I .I'll Johnson I CE Anderson VISITING CARDS, WEDDING & BALL CARDS SOCIAL INVITATIONS AS Hoqdes W S Seviuour W S Broad Jno F Muller John McCraekeu II W Severance A Couve Leon de Mandrot ...... Ernest de lioissac Kaphael de Laichi .....Edward M Brewer Janu s llunu . . . .Victor SchonlerKer Umry ltrivi r 11 Mailer - .Stvlvamis ( 'nwhv ."...UN Oak lev j EU Buchanan , . . . . .Charles Seh:es!-ler Victor Forw, Jr ...... Edward F Weber U A Thompson M Suhl TV Serpa ........ Henry E Cooke ,.....! B Cruickshank A Coote , W Moran J Hutchison K P Itithet H Goldberg Ernest Coppieters Chas F Stokes A P Ituss JO Zoller , Robert W Janion ...J Johnstone Keswick Michael Cerull Kichard Seemann . John K Sumner leon de A Cohen K Kurtzhalz H Berstrom H Urosser L Samson lloracio Schott Ernst Biesterfeld John M Bessone Bichard J Murphy ...... .Samuel Endicott Jnsenh Kopi ,.D H Schmull N' M T Ferro D Anderson James Eraser Henry Tolke W. J. UeurcHs OK A I.I. KINDS. ALSO Directory of the Police Department of the KinP'Qomi ..W. C. Tarke .David Dayton MOURNING CARDS EXECUTED IN GREAT VARIETIES tOFp- V.7T y mmm T w C1 MUYIXG ORDKREH AD RECEIVING WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO HIS FRIENDS AND THE GENE ral public that he has otenel a Xcw Stove & House Famishing Hardware Store IN CAMPBELL'S NEW BLOCK, Opposite S. 0. Wilder & Cos Lumher Yard, about JULY 1st, WITH A FULL IIITE OF STOVES, c3c., Goods per k Discovery " from San Francisco, from New York ; and also from Liverpool per Obcron. Rv tViA ' 1)1' T havft received the following StOVCS & Ptaimcfi j w A w v w - LJ fci K A 1 A A IJ A 28i: Alolia, Co!, Sprftkfls. By tho taraer Mariposa which left Monday a little after noon, Colonel Claus Spreokols dparted for San Francisco. The Land through the court esy of Governor Dominis, jdayed several selec tions at the wharf lcfore the steamer left the dock, and a large crowd of spectators gathered to listen to the muMC and bid good by to friends that were about to vh-it the Coast. Col. Spreckels during his stay in these islands, as he said before his depar ture, has had a very enjoyahlo iuie, and also transacted a large amount of business connected with his extensive enterprises in Hawaii. His Ma jesty the King. His Excellency the Minister of For eign Affairs and His Excellency the Miuister of r;..!u. wi re at the wharf when the steamer departed waived the Colonel adieu while the band played the national anthem. Hawaii i-onoi. . Waikapu Uilo Lihne . Anakalea Kauhi . . . .Jesse Amara . . ..H, Kauaihilo Asa Kanlia Marshal Deputy Marshal , Sheriff. Maui T. W. Everett... Hawaii L. Severance Kauai S. W.Wilcox Deputy Sheriff. Oahc Ewa and Waianae Waialua t . . , Koolauloa , Koolaupoko Man. Lahaina ewon Kaaaapali , i V Kaukau Honuaula . .S. D. Kapeno it. Jnlin ItiMiArnijnn aiinKu - ---. - , . : Makawao s F Chillingworth Hana - J-T0rd,ner Molokai and Lanai - a.uueiiua Hawaii. North Hilo D K- Makuakane Hamakua auioru South Kohala ' acan t North Kohala .G. P. Kamauoha North Kona JUatainai (Acimg.j South Kona ! H-. Nahinn Kau miui puna J. Jl. aauwna JT rsT. Nawiliwili W, E. H. Deverill Lihue a n-aul u-.;i,,. G. B. Palohan a n a ........------ ....... ir.nolei ...J. Kakma Koloa J- -Alapai ffiimM J. Kauai s;7.p. A wix Hole Knge wiin UK.oiuirj n.in ,..!.... IVKN, being a n future in a mmiiy imriK- SO (in b VERY CUOICr: ASS0RTHEXT OF BRU0ES, ASSORTED TYPES, ANI COMBINATION BORDERS, onif of Ihf lfAia are Mat Ta-dftl tad Lovely Pictures 'Hawaii,' 6 Aloha' and 'Oahu' Ranges AND THE WELL-KNOWN Arridfnt. While His Majesty the King was bitting in his p.rria.rn on the Oceanic Suamship Company's wharf, before the departure of the Mariposa Mon day, the horses hitched to the vehicle became frfirhteurd. and began kicking and plnngiug, in spite or the effort -f the driver, llie carriage was on tho verge of beitr overturned when His Mijesty alighted, not without peril. Some men near by promptly seized the frightened animals Ly the bit and held them fast, but he pole of the carriage was broken off. and His Majesty, after the departure of the steamer, took pas-age oua public cab to the Palace. The chief cook that hit his assistant over the head on Sunday at the Hawaiian Hotel with a chair v Tuesday fined $10 and -osts by His Ilonor the Police Justice. CREAM CANDIES. JE. McIIVERNY, Importer & Home Manufacturer of Candies OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, N. lit Fart Street, Jast Abo?e Hotel St., fl&a' last made Urge ldition to hit establishment, and ia now preparea 10 wrui w --- " ' lic,aad resident! on the oiher Islaaa, the VfcK.Y FIEST f U03IE-3IADE IMPORTED CANDIES, or all Descriptions, AT VERY REDUCED TRICES. n.;ia Fresh Candies by every arrival. He Gil tranters the ,itwof hi. rood. THE CREAM CANDIES are a specialty with him. and are made by the best tnana faetarers in California, and received freah by every steamer Soda Water, and all kinds of Iced Drinks- THE BEST ICE CREAM IN THE CITY TbeBEST BRAND3 of CHOICK CIQAR3 always on hand RICHMOND K .ZSTGMl ! Built to Stand Hard Work. Wrought Iron Ranges for Plantation Use .Cargo Assortment of EEouse IPurnishing Hardware, . afc... JLe. it.. MVf "Well Casing and Hydraulic 3?ipe jnaae to uraer, ana w oris, iu n.u amus m u aiuc p-uuikty oucuutu iu. I. O. BOX Ml2I Wftn Tiao-a Cirried bv Inter-Island and r oreign oieamsiiips auu oamug v . i NOTICE. Kpea ot Wk ARE PREPARED "0 COMPETE WITH ANY OFFICE IN THE KINGDOM. CONSULT A. G. ELLIS, OFFICE With E. P. Adama, Anctioneer. . r sr. r, m m . a V .W A T mFf HI I.I.M and Bars can buy un? or bll Bbort on m&u margin?. UN STOCKS, '.BONDS, ... nl1t.rtt1 at & 1n rat tit iriterfSAi mjr muj 6W' waa--- U1M 1 J chuck: :hoy & sam Merchant Tailors. NEAT FITS GUARANTEED. AXD RtPAtRIN DONE AT 3HORT NOTICE. No. 34 Xuuana street, between Hotel and Kin?. oc-jgs P M.S. 8. Co. Swallow-tail ; with horizontal a red, white, uiuo, wime, rea. O. 8. 8. Co. Square; white rouuJ,rj.l Urdtr- In centre, tea Star. CUCircjiJU uy uiuu iiuj. Boston and no.soi.ULt! Line, C. Uef.weh k Co. Squsrej VI... m.t.i l.I.itt fir. !'. ntkl .trim. Piosexb Ijse, T. H. Da vies ic Co. Hawaiian flag with U. Naw Yobk and Uosolulu, Cati.e k Cooae. Square American eagle on a b'ae ground. Dispatch line, . A. chakfeb m uo square; rea, mm r ; . in . u&.c jiaiiw; Vvi 'j.i iu wftftc Bkemxs Line, H.CKrti.o 4c Co Square, white; red v,,. .,t.i utrin.. n,1 red croxa in -ntre. Istkb-Ilamd S. S. Co -Square; white ground, with npper v i... i..n.A I .. K,.rl 1 11 In r 1 1 1 r- Wildf.b A- Co. Square; red ground with W in whit.- Iu mitre. Stmu KilaUea Hot.'. Square ; wliite, with Mae horiiont.il SVTlpC SODVC IU1 DIUV U lift ji.lbc. Stub Waimanalo. Square; red bordtr above and be- . ... tar ...... low. J.JU . mauut;. Y. WosDKSBrr.o Square; blue ground, white ball in cen tre, with V iu red in white balL A.F. Cooke. Square; rei grouud with whitt- bull In ct-ntre W. F. William. Square; blue, with white quar: in vuft. ft.. Aixkk Robk!. Sqnar; whitu ground with upptr and lower borUre blue. Macfarlane k Co. Squat; ch.ckerel in white and blue The NarriK Mebpill. Old fla, square; blue ground with white T in centre-. New flag, buriree, blue tri- t I I 1 m-I.Vi , . n. V . . . uft. finiC WJ. ftftii . t ' " i miku i ftr...uft, "... fto ftc In the red. The Halkakala. Red burgee. J F. Colbcbs. Square; red, white and redj horizontal airk ftpitri I in hltio in PTitr SUN, ADVERTISKKM A S It SV IISCU I II K H s Caa Scad Money Utr This Onirr J3y T. O. IVXoney Onlor, W UT.TIIOCBI.E OH RISK. JlyO datw Important to Shipmasters. Tho Daily Pacific Commlhcial ADvr.nTiHnn an Le HUtiplied to ShipmaBt;ri in rrt on boafil rf hoir veclii ev;ry mornini? iK-foro H o'clo- U. Term 25 cents per week. Tho Paper Carrier will tako onlcrs atnl the HnbHcrii)tion. G. GrlUTrtTZ, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN BOOTS $c SHOES, ALSO French X roHHin. NO. 90 FORT BTREET(iH0NOLULU. cl3-1m