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FHIDAY, SEPT. 11, 1890.
By placing bucIi n mngnificont
nlcnmer, so thoroughly adapted to
tropical travel, ns the Monun 5b
doecribed to bo, ou tbo Auioricnn
Austrnliiin nmil route, tbo Union
Steamship Compuny will give,
without n doubt, a great impotus
In touiist travel this way. With
Jho long-delayed assistance
now promised tbo Oceanic Steam
ship Company by tbo United
States Government, for tbo hiuiio
combined lino, that company is
likely Lofoio long to follow suit
villi better steamers for itfl part
at tbo uon tract. Tow steamers if
ny bavo dono such excollont nnd
trustworthy sorVico as the
Abnneda and Mariposa. They
iuvu been an enduring credit to
American shipbuilding. Yet tbo
tlemaud for improved steam ser
tico in tbo Pacific, coupled with
Icon competition, seems to requiio
swifter vessels oven than these,
though thoy uro not by any
menus "slow coaches."
Such ridiculous statements us
ilie one attributed to Father Con
rardi, that most of tbo largo ap
propriations for the care of lepeis
in Hawaii go for salaries of uso
k'tis officials, will lose the devoted
jjuriest much of tbo sympathy ho
won hoie upon being forced to
abandon bis mission at Molokai-The-
official advertisement now
running for fresh meat supplies
to tho leper settlement is in itself
rvidencu against the truth of tho
jany not be always just right at
ilio settlement, but tho assertion
aannot bo gainsaid thut, since tbo
institution was founded, every
alministration in Hawaii without
exception has provided liberally
mnd haudsomoly of food and shel
ter for the alllicted people. There
is certainly no ground for com--pluint
that tho pationts havo not
&eeu cured, when it is a melan
choly fact that tho wholo world
Ins groaned for an antidote to
4his particular bune from tho early
ges until tho present.
Not only tho most singular, but
perhaps tho most momentous pieca
f intelligence brought by tho
JJio's mail, was that telling of tbo
action of tho giant of tho Now
"World iu tho territory of
tio of tho most ancient
ofaapotisms of the Old World.
Tho United States was about
shaking a strong restraining fist
v the faco of "tho un
speakable Turk." Strange
So say, none of tho self-rated first
'to fourth class "newspapers (?)"
f Honolulu took any notice of
thin exciting uows. As usual, tho
1 ntilic wore dependont upon the
Luli.etin for tho intolligouco.
Regarding tho nppoal of Dr.
.Alvarez in tho Bulletin for hav
ing tho curativo properties in tho
Imtana tested, it is learned that
4;io natives havo long used the
essence of tho plant as a specific
3or fevors. Thoy simply boil tho
JSoavos down and use tho tea
resulting, tho samo as they do
with eucalyptus lenves. Probably
ft is because the deleterious ele
ments, noted iu Or. Alvarez's
Jitter, aro not eliminated in their
fzonroly process that the natives
Siavo not had tho practice follow
ed by foieign physicians.
f you want to frame anything
ii tho very best mannor; "if you
ii.iut your frame to barmonizo
iith your picture; if yon want tho
J est nnd most tasteful frnme iu
rfjo market, go to Kiug Bros.
after that thoy do as they please.
"Whilo tho majority of tho lopors
bavo boon converted to Catho
licity ,tlie remaiudor aro either Cal
vinists or Mormons.
VISIT TO THE TESTHOUSE.
Tho eighteen inmates of tho
pesthouso bad a notable visitor
yesterday. For throo hours llov.
Father Conrardi, who has been
tho officiating pricBt at tho lopor
settlement at Molokai for tho past
eight years, was tho guest of
Superintendent Keating and As
sistant Superintendent McMillan
and their charges. Tho priest
went to see tbo lepors and dolivor
to them a message from tho simi
larly affiieted iu the Hawaiian isl
ands. Ho lias given his lifo to
tho causo of tboso Buljoring from
this curse of the natives of tho
Pacific islands, and he has but
one regret He wishes that ho
himself might become a leper in
order that the barrier bi'tweon
himself and his ilock might be re
moved. "If 1 was a leper," hays tho
priest, "I could do a great deal
morn good for them. No Board
of Health would step between tbo
patients and myself and forbid
mo associating with them at all
Tho day was fino and bright.
Tho wind whistled through tho
lino of eucalyptus trees that shel
ter tho rnmshaoklo pile of build
ings dignified by tho mfmo of
pesthoube. Father Conrardi in
troduced himself without any cere
mony. His passport to tho good
graces of Superintendent Keating
was a letter of introduction ho
brought from Secretary Godchaux
of tho Board of Health. His coni
iug was unannounced, so ho found
tho inmates totally unprepared to
receive bo notablo a visitor.
Passing through the gates to the
yard, tho first sight that caught
tho priest's oyo was tho two Bindt
brothers, who wore playing a game
of handball underneath a tree. In
a swing near by Lina Grimm, tho
Gorman girl who was recently
brought horo from Mondocino
county, was lolliug iudoloutly.A ca
sual spectator jniglit havo thought
sho was carrying on a little llirta
tion with Piedro Perrida, tho Mex
icuu lopor, who was wutching her
from a distance.
The priest walked straight to
tho little group. Dolling his hat
to tho girl in the swing, with all
tho dignity of a cavalier, he hold
out his hand to Ernest Bindt and
"I come from Molokai."
Molokai is tho opon sesame to
tho loper's heart. It is a house
hold word wherever the dread
disease is known, and tho priest
needed no further introduction.
Father Conrardi told tho Gor
man brothers ho had brought a
message to them a smallpox nurso
in this city, but now a mombor of
tho Molokai settlement. In two
minutes almost all the inmates of
tho PosthouBO wore about thp
priost. Ho had a kind word for
The Bindt boys havo been in
mates of tbo Pesthouso for ten
years, and as tho senior patients
they had precedonco in guiding
tho priest about tho plnco. Thoy
took him through tho Ohineso
dormitory, whero tho Mongolian
patients aro dying and half
dead of ovory stage of
tho disease. From there thry
piloted him to tho quartors of An
nie, thu Chinpso woman, whoso
faco is distorted out of all sem
blance to a human countenance.
Annie was engaged in playing an
air ou a mouth organ nud resent
od tho intrusion. Despite his
priestly garb, the Chineso woman,
who speaks excellent English,
proceeded to borate her visitor. It
was in vaiu he told her ho was a
priest; the patient declared ho wnB
a newspaper artist and had come
to make a sketch of her. Hor
harangue was long and high
sounding, and it might havo con
tinued indefinitely had noUFather
Conrardi dropped tho word "Mo
lokai," and thoro was silence.
Tho lopers gave tho priest a
hearty sondotl on his departure.
In his return he gave them his
Father Conrardi, dospito all tho
criticism that has beon heaped up
on the Pesthouso, says the patients
are much better cared for and
I housed than they aro in Molokai,
Japan or Canton.
I On tho first page will bo found
1 a valuable article on tho cultiva-
tiou of cnuaigre.
This is a presidential elec
tion year and things are red
hot all over the United States.
Even Old Sol himself seems
to have stirred up his internal
fires and put on a few extra
logs, if we may judge by
newspapet accounts of the
terrific heat in Chicago, New
York and other big cities.
T.he heat engendered by the
discussion of the silver ques
tion and other campaign issues
has caused the political pot to
boil to such an extent that the
lid will blow of! and the bot
tom fall out. Republicans are
hot in the collars, the Demo
crats would be if they were
in the habit of wearing any,
while the Populists, having
got it where the chicken got
the axe, don't need any collars
and have wilted away. This
is about the condition of af
fairs which usually precedes
an election for President in the
But here in little Hawaii
things are not quite so bad
although the silver question
affects a good many of us.
Whether we are getting a por
tion of the hot weather that
Chicago had no further use
for or whether the tail end of
Candidate Bryan's eloquence
has spread over us like a comet
we can't say, but certain it is
that the weather is distress
There are a number of use
ful articles which we received
by the last "Australia," which
are most suitable for this sea
son of the year. We would
call your attention to a few of
Alaska Ice Chests are
the best made. Cheap, dur
able and good. All sizes.
take the cake, or anything else
you wish to put in them.
They are the leading refrigera
tors of the world and are not
equalled by any other make in
Rubber Hose is a very ne
cessary and useful article in
hot weather. We have just
imported a big lot of M inch
in 2 and !0 foot lengths.
This is the very; best No. 1
four ply, and will last you a
Gem Ice Cream Freezers
make glad the hearts of all our
girls, and even the Jap in the
kitchen considers it an honor
to be allowed to turn the
crank. We have them in all
sizes from 1-2 gallon up.
Painted Iron Bath Tubs
are just the thing. We got a
consignment of these on the
"Australia" but they are all
sold. We shall be pleased to
take your orders for future
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckels' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
that wo aro prepared at
all times to do your Coppor
Plato Engraving nnd Priutiug
on Cauls, Wedding and Society
Also, Fino Monogram Em
bossing, Address Dies and
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plato S1.G0
H. F. Wichman,
Don't you need a watch?
One that you can depend
upon. The kind wo sell.
Wo nro soiling Walthams
in a dust proof case for
and fully warrant them in
Wo sell other makes,
some as low as $5.00,
others as high ns $200.00.
Our stock is so large, wo
would take pleasure iu
helping you to a watch at
so low a price your pocket
would not feel tho lift.
No pio plates sold, ut
most reliability in ovory
25 and 50
Just Received ox
"Archer." . .
Every piece of our
4 Ply Hose
Also, a supply of
Castle & Cooke
j Ov Trrtv i nrr
fn I I VI
n M im
n't I Ii
; ill if
M I 1 IV
tho best shoemakers in tho world and pick what best suits our
trade and wo don't know of anything too good tor the peoplo
of this town.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Bipr Whoe Stove.
If you aro thinking of getting a
Biayciii:, now is tho timo to get
ono whilo they last. This offer of
Bamiilejis at $75.00 is not a cut in
price, so don't wait expecting to
seo tho price como any lower. Wo
are offering 1835 wheels nt this
price and thoro aro but a fow loft.
This whool is fitted with tho
Great G-. fc .T. Tire
which has proven bo satisfactory
in this land of tho
"Wo also havo a stock of tho 180G
wheels both ludies and gouts which
wo aro offering at a low figure and
on easy terms. Como iu and have
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yourself that we aro in tho Bicycle
Stop and think how many Nick
les and Dimes you might save
had you a wheel. A ride to Wai
kiki is not only a pleasure but a
suro saving of health and strength.
You will find now vigor by the use
of muscles never beforo brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hal! & Son
HAWAIIAN BASEBALL ASSOCSftTIOH
Saturday, Sept. 12, 1896
Game Called at 3:30 p. m.
.A-cliriission, - 2oo.
WrtHK i .TV i i . -
nnd our knowledge of tho
shoo makers and their pro
' ducts gives us tho power
to buy the best that's
made, with ready cash in
hand we can and do cm in
r 1 0 Fort Ktvoot.
By tho Transit which arriv
ed on tho 4th inst., wo re
ceived 100 Jewel stoves and
ranges (one largo car load)
direct from th'o factory at
This is our third shipment,
and we find thnt wo havo
only 4 stoves loft from our
The excellence of these
stoves has alreody been
proved by tho largo sale, but
wo will name three points:
First. Long lifo from tho
heavy high grade of iron
which is the samo in tho $12
stove as in tho $50 ranee.
Second. Economy r. tno
use of fuel.
Third. Quick and ovea
Wo propose leasing theso
stoves on tho following terms:
When tho stove is delivered
one-third of tho price is paid
in cash, and tho balanco
monthly thereafter in fivo
If beforo tho expiration of
i tho fivo months, tho lesseo
wishes to pay off tho balance,
ho will bo entitled to a dis
count of five per cent, on the
If a customur wants to buy
outright, ho gots fivo per cent,
discount on the wholo amount.
Jewel stoves and ranges
can be had only of us.
Von Holt Building.
HAS TAKEN THE
Photograph : Gallery,
Opposite Lovo'a Bakory on
Nuuanu -: Street,
Whore he will outer inimoclintely into tho
work of Taking Pictures, Mr. Beverin hna
hail yearn of u erieuce nt this branch and
has ulvruya met with success in it.
MARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER '
Ofhcei 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Hlouk icar of J. O. Carter's office, lJ. O.
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