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.rti.'T-'AHP.-T Vt- 0 V 3 VOL. XII.-NO. THE DAILY I'aeilic Commercial Advertiser 13 PUBLISHED Every Jlorning Except Sundays, At No. 40 Merchant St. HUBSCKIITIONH I Jailt P. O. Advbutiikb, on yer , 18 00 tlx uiouid. ......... a w per month 50 Whui Hawaiian Oazetxk, one year 6 00 foreign. (In cluding pontage) 00 l'aynble Invarlnblr i Advance. 1 All Traimleut Advertisement must be l'repald. Addbkm: HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO., 46 Merchant t., Postofflce Box O. Honolulu. H. I. LEWERS & C00KE, (Successors to Lewers & Dickson) mMrter huiI Jealer In Lnuiber And all Kinds of Building Materials. tso.82 t'OUT STREET, Honolulu. 15 JOHN T. WATERH0USE, Importer and Dealer In GENERAL MERCHANDISE. No. 25-31 Queen Street, Ilonolnln. ltf WILLIAM C. ACHI, Attorney and counsellor at law, Notary Public aud Ileal Estate Itruker. Of ricK 3J Merchant Street. 131-3in H. HACKFELD & C0-, Ueiierai Commission Aleuts Cor. Fort At Queen Sts., Honolulu, ltf BEAVER SALOON, Fort Street, Opposite Wilder A Co.'m, U. J. NOLTE, PROPRIETOR. first-class Lunches Served with Tea, Coffee, Soda Water, Ginger Ala or Milk. Open From 3 a.m. till 10 p.m. Xtf"Smokers' Requisites a Specialty. ltf HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Steam Engines, l.ullcr. Nugnr MIIU, Coolers, Brass nud Lend C'nstluif, And michlnery of every dene P"" "f jraer. Particular attenUon paid to ships black imlthiug. Job work exeouted on the shortest qjtioe. . ill YOUNG NAP, Importer of fine new styles of Manila & Havana Cigars, Cigarettes A HEATED WATERS, Etc. Cor. Uetrxel ami Kins: Streets. 98-3m . THE ROYAL SALOON, i',r. Kuuauu aud Merchant Street Under the Management of 111. H. I AVolter, Keet) always 1 n stock a variety of ths best Wl 1 nes. KuorsTblers. and 1c. cold beer, on draught at U cents per guus. j-frtll and See ltf WONG SAI, Merchant Tailor, MANUFACTURER or Gentlemen's Underclothing And ZFu.rnisn.itiK Goods. Woolen and Pongee Coats, Wool, Calico, German aud Linen Shirts. Finest Brands of Havana and Manila Cigars. 89 Kins Street. i-iy SUN FIRE OFFICE, OF LONDON. IrCstablishod 1710. lunurance effected upon every,?Scrivtlon of properly at curreut rata -tfrmlum- Claims arranged by the Local Agents, and paid vrith promptitude aaa iiipriiij. Ju..o-.v, on of tlie Local Tribunals recognized. U. W. Macfarlaue & Co. lm Agents for Hawaiian tslandn. LEWIS & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers, 111 FORT STREET. P. O. Box 397 115 business awards. J. B. CASTLE, Commission Merchant. Office Cartwright Building, Merchant Street, : Honolulu, II. I. My LORRIN A. THURSTON, ATTORNEY - AT - LAW. Honolulu, II. I. Office over Bishop's Bank. 49-ly J. M. DAVIDSON, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law. Office Kaahumanu Street, (In office formerly occupied by Mr. C 53-ly Rogers). WILLIAM C. PARKE, ATTORNEY -AT -LAW c AND Agent to take Acknowledgments. Office No. 13 Kaahumanu Street, Hono-7-ly lulu, H. I. Honolulu Carriage Co. IF YOU WANT A HACK ring up 335, both telephones. All Hawaiian drivers. First class Horses and Carriages. Stand Fort and Merchant St. G3-3ru CASTLE & COOKE, Life, Fire and Marine Insurance Agents! AGENTS FORI New England Mutual Life Ins. Co OP BOSTOWt iEtna Fire Ins. Co, of Hartford. UNION Insurance Company FIRE AND MARINE, OF SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 1329 1-y Pioneer Steam CAM FACTORY and BAKERY. F, HORN Practical Coniectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker. No. 71 Hotel St. - - Telephone 74. 1209 35-tf JAMES NOTT, JR., PRACTICAL TINSMITH & PLUMBER Corner of Kin', .ml Alakea Sts. V Jlulu, H. I. TELEPHONE Workshop, Mutual 261 residence, Mutual, 236. jfigrEstiuiates furnished on all classes of Plumbing and Tinsmithing work. First class workmanship and material guaran teed in all the above branches of my busi ness at reasonable rates. 44-ly Walker & Redward, Contractors & Builders Brick, Stone &nd Wooden Building estimates Giveu. jobbing ft'rmnpily Attended to, 7; KING STREET. iiell Telephone No. 3. P. O. Box 43? Ill tf C. BREWER & COMPANY, (Limited). G EN EKA L M KKCANT.1 LK COMMISSION AGENTS. LIST OF OFFICERS: P. C. Jones, ir President and Manager J. O. Carter Treasurer and Secretary Hon. W. F. Allen Auditor DIRECTOB9: HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER Australian Mail Service FOE SAN FRANCISCO, fhe new and Una Al steel steamship ALAMEDA 55 Of the OceanlcHteamshlp Company, w Ml be dae at Honlalu from Sydney and Aacklaad on or about Nov. 15, 1890, An4 will leave for the abave port with mails and passengers on or about tbat date. For freight or passage, bavlng HUPEBIOB ACCOMMODATIONS, apply to Win. (x. Irwin & Co., AGEKT8. For Sydney and Auckland. 2 The new and fine Al steel steamship ZEALANDIA 55 Ot the Oceanic steamship company, will be due at Honolulu from San Francisco or or about Nov. 22, 1890. And will have prompt dlapatcn with malls an assengers for the above ports. For freight or passage, having SUPERIOR AC COMMODATIONS, apply to Win. G. Irwin & Co., AGENTS Clans Spreckela Wm. G. Irwin. CLADS SPRECKELS & CO., BANKERS. HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Draw Exchange on the principal parts o the world. Will receive deposits oa open account, make collections and conduct a general banking and exchange business. Deposits bearing Interest received In their Sav Ings Department subject to published rules and regulations. 17oc3tf LOVE'S BAKERY No. 73 Nanann Street. MRS. BOBT. LOVE, ... Proprietress Every Description of Plain and Fancy: Bread and Crackers, F B E 8 H Soda Crackers A K I' Saloon Bread Always) on Hand. MILK BREAD A 8PECL4LTY. Island Order Promptly Attended to. 173-Sro WM. G. MS k COMPANY, (Limited.) Wm. G. Irwin, - Tresident and Manager Clacs Spreckels, - - Vice-President Walter M. Giffard, .... - - - - Secretary and Treasurer Theo. C. Porter, ... Auditor Sugar Factors and Commission Agents. AGENTS Or THE OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO., Of San Fraucisco, Cal. Win. G. Irwin & Co., (Limited) bas assumed the assets and liabilities of the late firm of Wm. G. Irwin it Co., and will continue the general business formerly carried on by that house. 133.r-4t fiO-Sni CASTLE & COOKE, HARDWARE, Shipping and Commission Merchants IMPORTERS AND DaALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Plantation Agents, Life, Fire and Marine lnsnrsace Agents. 153 HONOLULU. II. I. lv Wit EAD THE DAILY ADVERTISER '"i'JSrw"-' ' ;..", . -. - -,rF- jrw iin STciu U)rrrtiscmcnts. NEW MILLINERY GOODS Latest Fall A T .1 s, S' Samples of the SAC TRIMMED HATS BONNETS SOW OPEN FOB New Plumes, New FANCY I'LAID SILKS, AND KIIinONS, CHOICE SILK AND AT POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE 04 Fort St., 5G-tf CASTLE & COOKE, 1 MP OUTERS, Shipping and Commission Merchants, PLANTATION AND INSURANCE AGENTS. DEALERS IN BUILDERS' AE GENERAL HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, PLANTATION SUPPLIE8, Carpenters' Blacksmiths' Machinists' and numbers' Tools, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Kitchen Utensils, Faints, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Gcxxls, and General, Merchandise. Blake's Steam Fumps, Weston's Centrifugal, Wilcox & Gibbs. and Remington Sewing Machines, Dr. Jane & Sons Family Medicines. Uni l-y JOHN DIMOND BLOCK, 95 Stoves, Ranges aud Plumbing, Tin, Copper Novelties! lor Fall Styles in INSPECTION. Birds, New Wings, VELVET FLOWERS, T II K Honolulu, "N O TT, and 97 KING STREET. Housekeeping Goods. and Sheet Iron Work Street U II I J '4 II 11 11 M ' II II II U II II 1 L 12, 1890. SdirrtUcmrttM. CALL FOR DIAMOND CREAMERY BUTTER In lib., 21b., 3:b. and 71b. Tins Finest Article for Warm Climates. S. FOSTER & Co. Wholesale Grocers. SOLE AGENTS. 36 aud 28 California St., San Francltoo. febl.fc45-lv TO I 1.X I 1 ALFRED NEUMAN, THE WELL-KKOWN lis Tailor, OT San Francisco, (Proprietor of the ltedfern House. Mar ket Street, umlir Talace Hotel), Intends to remain in Honolulu for the next three or four months for the benefit of Ins health, during which time he has concluded to oien a First-class Ladies' Tailoring and Dressmaking Estab lishment. Ladies wishing to have their Fall and "Winter Costumes made will do well to call at once to secure their orders. Riding Habits, Genuine Tailor made Costumes, Traveling Ulsters, Jackets, all the Latest Designs in PROMENADE AND EVENING COSTUMES His universal reputation as a Great Fitter and Dressmaker is too well known to need any further recommendation. He will guarantee feet satisfaction. Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts (Over Temple of Fashion). 97-1 m 122 California FEED CO., KING'S STABLES, LELEO, Are Selling: Rolled Barley at l?4'c. ier lb Wheat Hay -. . . .at lc. per lb Alfalfa Hay at l'c. jer lb Oat Hay at lc. per lb Wheat at 2c. per lb Bran, Oats, etc., at Reduced Prices. Mutual Tel. 121 ; Bell Tel. 34S. Goods delivered to any part of the city. Office With C. T. Gulick, 33 Mer chant street near Fort. L'545 9o-3my 2STEW GOODS A Fine Assortment. We have just rece:vel per S. S. China, a tine selection of ew fioods, comprhine, one elegant Hand-painted Porcelain Dinner Set. A few of tbo?- flue hand-embroidered SII..I and B.YTIZS SCKKKNS, KBONY FRAMES, Assorted colors and patterns of Crepe Silk shawls. Kleant Tcte-a te Cups and iS-jufr-,. A tine lot of Manila riars ami Cheroots lxj in a Yj). fc'rarf I'in in rn'at variety, Liiy Lulbs. A few of those handy Mosonito Urns. Also, an assortment of new styles of Rattan Chairs and Tables Also, a small selection of JAPANESE COSTUMES. Call early and examine this fin 44 E I A I II I ULVUIUKJ assortment of 2s ew Goods. WING W0 CHAN & CO. No. 22 Ximanu Street. 155-lj. fl7 PKICE 5 CENTS. CORRESPONDENCE. We do no! hold ounclret rtpontbl for tb UtuunU nifele, or optulon 2prHl bj ou corrponJDU. Th t'.iiiploynient of Teacher with !! eae. In (lot eminent Schools. Mu. Editor : If not objection able to you, I should like space in the Advertiser's columns to ex press a lew general viows about the employment in tho Government schools of teachers who have tho dread disease in their family or are suspected of having it them selves. Several instances of just such cases havo been brought to the writer's notice. It is generally conceded on tho Islands that nearly all classes of people hero seem somewhat indif ferent in regard to tho dise'nso that is, it's not considered so horri ble, so loathsomo and so contagi ous as tokcep ns strict a watch over its spread and to so carefully weed out and keep debarred from contact with others those who aro suspected as was tho case in former years when tho diseaso began to bo felt. In fact, tho writer has heard ' persons of roasonablo amount of intelligence assert that tho misfor tune is no greater than that of hav ing consumption, ami would prefer tho former if they were to contract either disease. Such assertions, coming as they do, and tho appar ent indifferenco as to efforts to pro vent its spread certainly iudicatcs a bluntness of feeling, a lack of in terest to tho physical welfare of the country and a carelessness that, to say tho least, is not compatiblo with tho advancement of tho poli tical, social, physical or oven finan cial interests of these Islands. Ilowovcr much accustomed wo maybecomo to tho sight of it, tho stern reality, when squarely and fairly looked at, exists that it is tho most loathsomo and dread dis ease known to tho world. Although no other government than the Hawaiian has done so much towards diminishing its spreading, and taken such caro of thoso having it, yet, in spito of tho incentive (?) given by a member of tho present Legislature to with draw the appropriation from tho Leper Settlement for tho purposo of giving it as a reward to any of tho medical fraternity to discover a cure, medical science has not deter mined whether it is spread by in oculation through a mosquito's bite, by eating from tho same dishes, by initiation of tho breath of those affected, by marital rela tions, or in any other particular way. It is known to bo contagi ous, but how so it is not known, and as long as it is not known ex actly in what way it is contracted, just so long should every step bo taken to prevent in any way its spread. 2so reflection can bo mado against the Board of Education for lack of interest in advancing tho education of tho Hawaiians. Nev ertheless as incredible as it at first seemed to tho writer and to others it is an undeniable fact that several cases are known whero teachers, w?ho havo had members of their families taken to Molokai and are themselves suspected, are still retained in tho schools. In repeating that it is not definitely known how leprosy may bo trans mitted, any and every fair-minded . reader of the Advertiser must ad mit it is at least indiscreet to place in tho school-room such a teACucr, and that it is highly objec tionable to parents having children under his or her instruction to other citizens and to fellow-teachers who more or less must unavoidably come in contact. True, as almost everyone on tho Inlands knows, there are instances where some members of a family may be stricken with tho disease while others may live to an old age without showing signs of it, and their children and grandchil dren after them. liut let anj'ono ask himself the questions: -'Is it likely or not. to be contracted by being placed in contact with one who shows signs of it in tho family?" "Am I willing to tako risks when, as easily as not, wo I U l !. can piaco cuuuaa uuuo hsk. t The answers to both must be unani mously tho same. It is generally felt that it is not in any respect (Continued on l'agc 4.) - 1 3-) 1! l. -J 7elepbon 340. 1J Hon. 0. R. Bishop. Hon. H. WtUrbom 67 yon want the latest news.