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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JULY 6, 1892.
MAW T 4 ATTYI'Ain
The Committee Appointed by the H f f Uilil JLJ 11 U
legislature VIU the Leper
The Committee of the Legislature
visiting the Leper Settlement with
a few others, including press repre '
sentatives, left on the I. L S.N. Co.'s ;
steamer Waialeale for Kalaupapa at '
715 r.M. on Saturday, July 2. Strong j
ud winds blew during the night
and the passengers had an unplea
sant time. The steamer reached her !
destination at 7 o'clock on Sunday
morning, July 3.
As soon as the steamer dropped
her anchors at the anchorage of the
Settlement, t he Leper Band struck up
Hawaii l'onoi, followed by several
popular selections. The visitors were j
greatly surprised at hearing such a j
quality of music. Kealakai, a former j
member of thelloyal Hawaiian Band, 1
is the instructor, and has thirteen j
leper boys under his charge. Their j
instruments were tue ones lormeriy
used by the Reformatory School boys.
Some of the visitors accepted the
invitation of Captain Freeman to
breakfast with him on the boat, while
some preferred to land at once and
have thoir morning meals with the
superintendent, Mr. Wm. H. Tell.
Two boats were lowered to convey
the sickly looking seafaring ones
ashore. On landing they were kindly
received by Mr. Tell and J udge Ka
lauokalani and escorted to the super
intendent's residence. Quite a num
ber of the lepers were at the wharf,
eagerly scanning the faces of the
visitors to see if among them were
their absent relatives or friends.
Some of the party indulged freely in
shaking hands, for it was a hard
matter indeed to refuse the greetings
of friends once dear and intimate,
but now exiled in a distant land.
On reaching the home of the genial
superintendent, Mrs. Tell and the
Misses Tell had everything ready,
two large tables being fairly loaded
down with viands of the most tempt
ing nature. The Band wore sta
tioned in the yard and played choice
music, to the delight of the visitors.
A little before nine o'clock the rest
of the party arrived from the vessel
and work was soon commenced. A
lanai had been erected at one corner
of the yard, and in it the committee
from the Legislature and the other
visitors were seated. Several hundred
lepers were assembled on the road
just in front of the lanai.
The speech making concluded at
about 12 o'clock noon. Several of
the party had already started on a
visit to VVaikolu, a much favored
valley on Molokai. Hon. W. O.
Smith and about twelve others paid
a visit to the .Bishop Home for girls.
They received a hearty welcome
from Sister Bonaventura and her
assistants. There were tifty-five girls
of different ages under the fostering
care of these noble sisters. The
dormitories, dining-ball, chapel, etc.,
were visited. The girls were all
neatly dressed and appeared to be
happy and contented. The visiting
doctors examined their hands and
facep, and they declared that some
of the mild cases could be improved
with pronor medical treatment. The
sisters said that the girls were not
treated for leprosy at all, but medi
cine was given them ouly in cases of
fever, etc. The girls presented a
petition to Mr. Smith stating their
grievances, the chief complaint being
that the Legislature should take im
mediate steps to make their home
more secure from the intrusion of
leper boys who have made several
attempts to break into their apart
ments. Mr. Smith replied that the
matter would receive the careful at
tention of the committee,an assnranee
which pleased the petitioners.
After spending over an hour at
the Bishop Home, the party pro
ceeded for Kalawao. Here, the hos
pital for boys, Father Damien's
church, his tomb, the lauhala tree
under wbieb tbe "Hero of Molokai"
spent the fust six months of his life
at Kalawao, and other places, were
in turn visited. The boya at the Ka
lawao hospital favored the visitors
with a song. They saug with ex
pression and effect, which greatly
impressed the listeners. It was the
saddest sight seen by them to hear a
large number of leper boys singing
iu perfect tune a song full of pathos.
It was enough to draw tears from
tb.3 hardest hearts, and during its
rendition everybody stood almost
overcome so sad were the
words of the melody they sang.
At about 4 o'clock, the party re
turned to Kalaupapa where they
affaia partook of the kind hospitality
of the host and hostess. The Wai
aleale left Kalaupapa at 7 o'clock on
Sunday evening, the band giving
tbe visitors a grand farewell. Hono
lulu harbor was made at 1 o'clock
on Monday morning.
The following is a list, of those per
mitted to visit tbe Leper Settlement:
Bark J. C. Pfloger
A. NEW SI PPPY OF
FOIl SALE BV
H. H ACKFELD & 00.
31 15-2 w
HERE IS A BREAKER !
If you intend
cellence in the
a Plow to use in breaking land, consider the points of ex-
The Strongest !
The Lightest !
The Best !
Hons. W. O. Smith, chairman, R.
It. Hind, A. Young, J. G. Hoapili, G.
1. Kamauoha, L. W. P. Kanealii, J.
Kaluna, T. S. Nahinu, J.A. Akina and
J. W. Bipikane. Hons. P. Neumann,
J. H. Waipuilani, and J. N. Kapahu
were on the list but did not go.
Hons, li iN. Wilcox H. JP. Baldwin,
Dr. Stratling, R. N.. H.B.M.S. Cham
pion, Dr. R. F. Bati, U.S.N., U. S. S.
San Francisco, Lieut. Blow, U. . N.,
II. S. S. San Francisco, Dr. D. Mc
Lennan, Messrs. Lowell, C. A.
Brown, Makainai, Kekipi, W. C.
Achi (Kuokua), J. N. K. Keola
(P. C Advertiser), Kailimai (Ka
Leo), Chas. Wilcox, secretary of the
Board of Health, D. Dayton, president
of the Board of Health, and Frank
Godfrey (Daily Bulletin).
Many of the arrivals by each
"Australia" go to the Hawaiian
Hotel, still a great many put up at
E. O. Hall & Sons for a short time.
Our arrivals by the last "Austra
lia" were from several parts of the
world. A large excursion party
came to us from Sheffield, England,
by way of Panama and San Fran
cisco : they were the Pocket Knife
branch of the Knife family, $525
worth in Sheffield, not a very big
sum you may say, still enough to
get a few dozen each of thirty
three different styles, and if you
want to see some choice Knives
drop in and look them over, they
are right near the Fort Street en
trance. People that happened in
the day we were opening them up
evidently thought they were good,
as we sold 39 to different ones dur
ing the afternoon. The above
family wishing to be in Sharp
Company or. their long trip, started,
and came all the way in the same
Compartment with over a gross of
assorted Razors. All we have to
say about these are that they are
the three famous makes, "Rodgers,"
Every "little Shaver" knows these
makes, and uses them. Butou
want to know what other arrirals
we had by the last Australia, so let
us run down the list together ; be
sides Knives and Razors from
England, we had Brasa Cup Hooks,
Hall's Rice Sickles, Eley's Cart
ridges, Imray's Charts, Clark's &
French Horse Clippers, 65 dozen as
sorted Stubs Saw Files, 32 dozen
assorted Stubs Jewelers' Files.,
Mattress Needles, 100 boxes Shoe
Thread, 100 lb. Emery Powder,
assorted, Stubs Plyers. -
Now from Boston (by rail) via
San Francisco we had, G4 assorted
Bailey's Patent Planes, and some
48 in. Cotton Duck. A big lot of rail
goods started from Boston the same
time as above but in the race over
land these two items must have
beaten the balance to San Fran
cisco as nothing more on this in
voice came along by the Australia.
c have an idea the rianes (.which
we were short of) and the Duck
(which we were all out of) km a
they were badly needed and took a
"Vestibule Train," and hurried
through. The balance of this in
voice, which will come along by the
"Mariposa," have among the items
No. 1 and 2 Ship Pumps, Metaline
& Roller, Bushed Sheaves, Disston's
Files, Saw Screws and Saws, Bin
nacle Lamps, Galvanized Row
locks, Carpenters' Hammers, Top
Mauls, Fodder Cutter Knives,
White Shellac, Coopers' Vices,
Horse and Barbers Clippers, Bronze
Powder, " 1 bonis Navigator , Hand
Levels, and Pedometers, Whip
Socket, Grommets, Steel Letters
and Figures, -3-1 Gin., Prim
ing Shears, Tailors' Squares, Cop
per and tinned Wire, on spools etc.,
in all a 9-page invoice of assorted
Last of all conies our list of ar
rivals from San Francisco : Leather,
30 rolls of Sole, Harness, Saddle,
Splits, Buff and Lace ; 45-70 405
500 grain Frankfort Arsenal Bul
lets, Turkey and Ostrich Feather
Dusters, Cotton Hose, Block Tin,
Tin, Phoenix Horse Shoes, Mill and
House Brooms, Horse Collars and
Collar Pads, Paper Bags, Rifles,
Revolvers, Belting, Carriage and
Machine Bolts, Log and Wood
Screws, Brass Stencil Combination, j
1 to 2 in.. Fence Wire Pullers, 2j i
and 2i in. Clinch Xails, Blue
You now see we had our share of
the arrivals by last Australia.
Many of our arrivals started in,
soon after putting up at our place,
to see . the islands, a number hav
ing gone to Hawaii and Maui, and
the 39 members of the Knife family
are skipping all over town, in the
pockets of their owners.
fjCome in and see some of
our Goods and take some with you,
if you wish.
E. O. HALL & SON, (L'd.)
Cor. Fort & King Streets,
Honolulu, H. I.
The following Testimonials are from parties who are
USING THEM :
Honolulu, H. L, June, 30, 1892.
Messrs. Hawaiian Hardware Company, Honolulu.
Gentlemen : Regarding the "Hendry Breaker" purchased from you for use by the Pio
neer Mill Co. at Lahaina, I take pleasure in saying that it is the best breaking Plow I have
ever had in use and the best I have ever seen. The draught is very light, and it turns the
furrow as evenly as it is possible to do. We are using the first "Hendry Hreaker" you ever
sold, and I believe it has not cost us one dollar for repairs since we bought it.
Very Truly, etc., W. Y. HORNER.
Honolulu, H. I , June 21, 1S92.
Messrs, Hawaiian Hardware Company, Honolulu.
Gentlemen : Replying to your inquiry regarding the Hendry Breaker which we bought
from you I wish to say that it is quite the best breaking Plow I have ever seen. We have
tried it on a small piece of land and it gave such perfect satisfaction that the men expect an
easy task in breaking the two hundred acres which we contemplate working in a short
time. Very Truly, etc., W. H. CORNWELL,
Manager Waikapu Sugar Co.
AFTER A CAREFUL STUDY!
Of thf requirements in the cultivation of
our Island Soils we are now enabled to
following superior line of
furnish to Plantations the
Manufactured by the celebrated OLIVER STEEL PLOW WORKS. These plow are made ESPECIALLY
STRONG, and are well adapted to the work required of them. We especially recommend the MONARCH
as a rJrtrJAlvliitv.
Sizes No. 1, 6 in.; No. 2, 8 in.; No. 3, 10 in.
S5jS8jHS 'Wife WjSS&$&mSBBszsSpbfi
Now is the Time to Set Eggs and
Get Good Returns.
EGGS FOR SALE!
FROM TBK FOLLOWING THOR
OUGH BR ED TOCK :
White Faced Black Spanish,
All inland orders at tended to.
Inquire at Waikiki Poultry Yard,
C. W. MACFAKLANE.
P. o. Dm r. ::o;js
IN THE MciNERNY BUILDING. FORT ST.,
Is open now and offers an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
We make a specialty of
Stamping Patterns and
are now ready to take orders
in that line. A brand new
stock of Silk Embroideries,
Art Linens, Tassels, Fringes,
Draperies and other artistic
goods are offered to the ladies
IN THE MciNERNY BUILDING, FORT 8T.
Iron and locomotive Worts
CORNKR OF UKAI. HOWARD HTRKKTh
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
W. II. Tayioh.
R. B. Moou,
: -Advertising at Reasonable Rates-:
CARD AND 8MAI.L
$4.oo per year.
53 N una ii ii Street.
Builders S Steam Machinery
IN ALL ITS BRANCHFs.
Steamboat, Steamship, Land Engines a
Boilers. High Pressure or Compound
Steam Vkshixs of all kinds built com
plete, with hulls of wood, iron or com
posite. Ordinary Engines compounded when
Steam Launches, Barges and Steam
Tugs constructed with reference to the
trade in which they are to be employed .
Speed, tonnage and draft of water gua
ranteed. Si'gar Mills and sugar making Ma
chinery made after the most approved
plans. Also, all Boiler Iron Wmk
Water Pipe, of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of
any size, made in snitab'e lengths tor
connecting together, or Hieets rollel.
punched and packed for Bhipm-nt
ready to be riveted on the ground.
Hyorau.ic Riveting, Boiler Work and
Water Pipes made bv this establish
ment, riveted by hydraulic riveting
machinery, that quality of work being
far superior to hand work.
Ship Work, Ship and Steam Capstan.
Steam Winches, Air and circulating
Pumps, made after the most approved
Sole Agents and manufacturers for the
Pacific Coast of the Heine Safetv
Pcmps Direct Acting Pumps for irriga
tion or city works' purposes, built with
the celebrated Davy Valve Motion,
superior to any other pump.
JOHN DYER, .... HoNoixi i ,
oom No. 3, upstairs, Spreckels' Block.
Steam Soap Works,
T. W. RAWLINS, - - Proprietor.
WANTED KNOWN ALL OVER
the Islands that Taos. W. Raw
lins, the only Practical Soap Boiler iu
all of the Hawaiian Islands, from and
after January 1,1892, has REDUCED
$4.50 per Case of 100 lbs.; $4 00 per 100
lbs. in Balk.
50 Cents each allowed for empty con
tainers returned in good order!
If your auent does not keen my
brand of Soap, order direct from me.
Send Postal Card or letter for amount of
Soap required and I will fill your order
with promptness and dispatch.
T. W? RAWLINS,
Sizes No. 8, 12 in.; No, 4, 14 in.
We al-o carry in a lighter series the following Plows manufactured by the BSNECIA AGRICULTURAL works:
eia Wood Beam, No. 24, ii in.; No. 2f, 8 in.; Eureka Wood Beam, No. 2, 10 in.; No. ftt 12 in.
For sale by
CASTLE & COOKE.
:il07 1433 2m
K ii in m n i
V A II () M E.
Will do more work with less power and last longer than any other.
A new invoice of Dillingham Rice Plows. The favorite
Plows. Just received from the factorv at Moline.
Pianos For Rent.
PLANTATION SUPPLIES ,
Implements, all of the
Choice FAMILY SOAP
Island Shells & Ourois
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
cheap for cash, at No. 101 Fort
Street, between Elders' dry goods store
and Frank Qertz's shoe store.
2007-tf T. T ANN ATT.
PIANOS IN GOOD ORDER
from 4.00 to $7.00 per month.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT OF
THE HAWAIIAN N EW
826 i-o S
most approved patterns.
put up in package5; for retailing.
THE DRY GOODS STORE,
known as the WAINIHA STORE, hat
been purchased by tbe undersigned, who is the
sole owner of said store. All bills against tbe
Wain 1 ha Store mast paid to
8. N. K KAPOHAKU.
Walalha, March 9fi, 1891. 1 363-1 y
GENERAL MERCHANDISE !
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Turpentine, etc., etc., etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.,
CVMMINS block, - FORT STREET.
THE NATIONAL FRUIT
Growing Company, Rooms 2 and
3. Chronicle Building. !an Fran-
i cisco, is offering an extra choice Tract
, of lkvkj. Frlit Land witlt t'rw wat-r
rights in Tracts from 20 up to 10,000 acres
located 6 miles east of Tulare city, a town
I of 3,200 inhabitants,
j Price jer acre $8o per acre : Twenty
; dollars cash, remainder 4, 5 0 years at 8
per cent. net. We are also selling lands
i without any cash payments, only nterest j
yearly in advance. .
To people purchasing our Linds. and
desiring to have the same planted into
' Orch&rds and Raisin Vineyards, we will
i take the contract tp do so and take entire
; care for three years at prices for Prunes,
Peaches, Tears, Nectarines, Almonds,
i Apricots, one year old budded trees
best quality and variety, everything
furnished by us at $3o for "the first year,
,$11 for the second and $16.50 for the
third year per acre.
Raisin Vineyards, one year old Rooted
j Vines, Muscats or Sultanas $28.50 for
first year, $11 for the second, $16.50 for
, the third year. Payments for planting and
caring 2 cash October 1st, balance Feb
ruary 1st of each year. A good income
can be expected when three years old
which increases with the age.
We have already planted on this Tract
for different parties 450 acres and have
contracts tor 400 acres for next season, i
, Best refrences given.
Daily Advertiser 50c. per month.
OYSTERS AND SEEDS
Are valuable for what's in 'em. Oood
and bad ovstere look alike in the shell.
(iood and had seeds'often have the same
appearance. Any one can tell a worth
less oyster on opening it. The value of
a seed must be determined by its growth.
This makes its quality worth considering.
You want seeds that will grow, and you
v ant the product to bed value. There
is but one guarantee; the reliability of
the firm from which yon buy.
Pafiniii7P Hdinc fllilllsf iV I
1 (III VIll'- - ' .
Half the joy of life iies in uorK. You
can always uoi'E for a good yield and for
dividends too, if you get your tertihzers
from the undersigned.
Now is the time to unite in cs.i ms for
buying your Manures.
Ten Plantations wanted to form clubs
and to buy large quantities and getbot
With improved machinery we are able
to maintain the standard of our regular
grades, and increasing demand enables
us to guarantee the best values, at from
$7.00 to 125.00 per ton. Those desirous
can see it made by calling at the factory.
We offer a few tons of high grade fer
tilizers equal to the English brands of
ISend us a sample order and try
A. F. COOKE,
Manager A Proprietor Hawn. Fertilizing
Honolulu, H. I.
May 18, 1892 . 2951-tf
The Best Canned Batter in the World
New Puck Just Received t
Mackerel, Tongues and Smfe
finti SALMON BKM,1K,
S. FOSTER & CO., Sole Agents,
Jt. and 2S ('ulilorriM St.. Kan Kft&ftCMtfU.
TIL. H....,.l..i.. tl!nlr.
ue u u uu auau
The undersigned have just completed
their NEW STEAM SOAP WORKS,
and are prepared to supply the (fine a
Pure Laundry Soap!
Put up in Boxes of 100 Lbs.,
of 42 and 56 Bars each
We guarantee our Soap to be nil,
and much better than the imported.
Each box is stamped
lc Soap Co.," and is
KING & WRIGHT, Props.
Have on Hand and For Sale,
Fresh every month from the Coast
the very best quality of
Play and Grrain
Of all kinds, at the very lowest prices!
Delivered promptly to any pari
of the city.
GIVE US A TRIAL 1
For Sale by all Retailers.
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO.,
I W. McCHESNEY k SONS,
Warehouse, Leleo Mutual Telephone
121; Bell Telephone 121.
Office with C. T. Gulick Bell Tele
phone 348; Mutcal Telephone 139
JOS. TINKER, SOLE AGENT
the Regan Vapor Engines
Launches, has on hand for sale
1 19-ft. Vapor Launch
2 H. P. A Splendid Cralt. Alao,
one 4 H. P.
Regan Vapor Engine
Just Arrived per S. S. Australia.
TUeee Engines cannot
where power is needed.