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TUESDAY, MAY 11, 188C.
JOURNAL LETTl'.U TltOM KEV. K. "W.
looan, ooioimt 2, 1885, to
jiakch 8, 188G, kx Monx-
Axai'auo, Kite, Oct. 2, 1885.
DKAll FltlEXDS AT UOMK! T1C
Morning Star left us for Honolulu
with Mr. Sturges on board, Septem
ber 12th. You will remember about
the coming and stay of the Star from
our letters sent by her. There was
u strong west wind while she wns
here, so she had to anchor quite a
long way off to get under the lee Of
a reef, and so going and roming
were vety unpleasant. Capt. and
Mrs. Urny and Mr. Sturges u'ie
each on shoro once. The Star came
to anchor about noon Thur&Jay.
.September 10th. 1 went off at once
and Captain and Mrs. Uiay came in
with Arthur and ino in the boat,
with a load of goods. We got on
shore about 1! i'.m. That afternoon
was given up to visiting, and we had
the next da' in which to get our
mail ready. Mr. Sturges came off
to dinner and our supplies were
landed and had to be looked after.
W'c got our letters readv, unlets for
supplemental supplies lor the teach
ers and our medicines for the year
to come made out, and got to bed at
midnight. After an early breakfast
Saturday morning wo went on board.
The sea was rough and the wind
'ahead, so it took two hours of beat
ing to get to the ship ; and we were
all so sick we could hardly stir or
think, lint we made purchases of
some needed articles and stalled for
home in time for the Star to sail at
the appointed time, noon. Captain
Bray hopes to be back here again by
New Year's. He will sail from
Honolulu to lviisaie, do up the .Mar
shall Island work, then come via
Ponape to us.
Arthur is very glad to be at homo
once more, and we are very happy to
have him with us. lie has grown
remarkably, is quite a little taller
than his mother, lie has begun up
on Iiis lessons and promises to take
hold of them well. Ilctilah rejoices
constantly in having Arthur's so
ciety. Mr. "Worth and his wife live
in the house which Ksaiam had built
for himself until he can build. Tai
toj and wife live in the little house
our boys had built for such an emer
gency. He has a bad ulcer on one
leg which 1 am doctoring and hope
may lie cured. 1 spend an hour
every day with the new comers help
ing thein in the language.
Moses staid over Sunday with us
and gave our people a good talk in
the morning, and in the afternoon
Mr. Worth talked to the people, I
interpreting for him.
Timber is scarce here and we were
perplexed about Mr. Worth's house.
Levi, our head man, had been at
"work for some months on a house
t for himself. He had hewed out
most of tho timbers and framed
thein together. It was perhaps 11
by 10 feet. "We thought wc might
use these timbers so 1 asked Levi if
lie would sell them to us. He
offered at once to give them, but
we insisted upon paying a fair price
for them. The plan is to make us
good a house as we can out of the
materials we have and then ask the
Board for an appropriation sulllcient
to buy lumber for a better one,
using this for a house for the native
teachers when they come to us.
Wc had an appointment with
Moses to meet him at Kuku, Kcfan
(Manasse's station), Wednesday of
this week, to organize a church.
Candidates for baptism there have
been waiting two years and we
thought it wise not to wait longer.
Mary, Arthur and llculah, Mr. and
Mis. Worth were going with me.
The morning proved wet and windy
but Arthur and 1 started in our
boat under Mr. Worth's charge.
The boat is not new but belonged to
the wrecked Morning Star. Tho
sea was rough and 1 soon became
very sick. Arthur was managing
the sheet and Mr. Worth steering.
I was presently bin prised to sec
Arthur leaning over the side paying
trjbutc too. This notwithstanding
his recent voyage around Cape
Horn and down from Honolulu.
When wc were two-thirds of the
way there wc were compelled to
tack and then the thwart which held
' the front of the mast gave way and
we were compelled to head for
home. It took several days to ic
pair the boat and also several days
to recover fioin the seasickness.
Monday, (let. 12th. We began
school again last Monday, with a
good attendance. Mr. Worth and
his wife Elizabeth, and Junia, the
wife of Taitoj help in the school.
Wc had been in bcliool less than
an hour when a steiun launch was
seen approaching the landing. Wc
had not heard that a ship had been
hcen, so were taken by surprise. It
proved to bo tho launch of the Ger
man Corvette Albatross which has
come to take possession of the
islands for Kaiser William. They
had already taken possession of tho
western part of the Caroline Group.
Captain I'lindcman and the surgeon
were in the launch with a detach
ment of marines and our old neigh
bor on Ponape, Mr. Ivuhary. Tho
party took dinner with us, got the
signatures of tho neighboring chiefs
to a treaty ceding tho islands ; and
i in the afternoon I went with them
in tho launch around Ucla.
On Wednesday we planned to try
to get to Jvuku to attend to tho
work there and tho captain was
anxious that we should come on
board the Albatross which was
anchored about three miles beyond
Kuku, to be present at tho formal
taking possession of the islands. It
wa9 a rough day again, so Mary and
Beulah stayed at home. Mr. Worth
took Arthur and myself in the boat
and the sail of twelve or more mile3
with a fair wind was pleasant. Ar
rived on board wo found the captain
absent getting the signatures of
some chiefs to the tieiity. lie had
left word that he would 'be back at
noon and an invitation for me to
lunch with him and go on shoic to
the tlag raising in the afternoon.
So we went to Kuku where we found
Moses, but there was not time for
any work before noon. On board
again the captain was somewhat late,
but about half-past-one, r. m., wc
went on shore, the captain, two
lieutenants and a detachment of
about fifty sailors. The captain
made a shoit speech in German, I ho
tlag wa9 raised, three cheers given,
a salute of live guns from the ship,
a little military parade, a board
bearing an inscription was nailed to
a cocoanut tree, and the islands
became a part of the German Em
pire. The wind blew hard, there
were squalls (if rain, and the sea
was rough so the going and coining
very uncomfortable. The clouds
dropped down water upon us and
the waves poured in water upon us,'
so we were thoroughly soaked. On
board, the captain diessed each of
us up in one of his uniform coats
and wo had dinner.
A ludicrous incident occurred on
shore. The boaid with the inscrip
tion was to be nailed to the cocoa
tree some twelve feet, from the
ground. Two sailors climbed the
tree for the purpose, one above the
other. One held the board while
the other tried to nail it. The wood
of the cocoa tree is very hard, and
the opportunity to drive the nails
was very poor, so the two sailors
had a hard time of it. Presently
another sailor stepped out of the
ranks, and reversing his musket
reached up the butt for one of
the climbers to sit on. Another
followed his example, and the one
who sat on the butts of the two
muskets was able to help support
the other, and the nailing was soon
Hone, lac surgeon him a camera
with which he had photographed the
scene at the (lag raising, and now
rushing off for it he photographed
When dinner was over we started
for Kuku, and the Albatross got
under way. It was now so late wc
could not do our work, so wc left an
appointment, and about 5:30 r. ji.,
staited for home. The wind was
ahead, the ea rough, so we beat
about until nearly midnight before
we got home.'
The .captain of the Albatross went
th.ut morning to Japatcs, Old Ahp,
he chief, who wanted to kill me
ist year, ran for the bush, but they
caught him, talked to him, got Ins
signature to the treaty and pcr
biiaded him tocmnoon 'board. He
was on board when the cannon was
ilred and was so frightened that he
cried. He promised with all his
might not to try to kill anyone
again. Many of the natives were
much frightened but were reassured
by my presence and that of Moses
I was sick for two days but
righted up before Sunday. We
have had much unpleasant weather
of late, west wind and rain, but now
for two days the weather lias been
To be continued.')
AGOOD, s-oucr, tellable, stead v mini,
one used to the country. To take
care of horses, milk a few rows, aud at
tend to grounds nta private residence
on .Maui. None need apph uuKss fully
ahlo to meet tho abovu 'rcqiilicincuts.
Wages, 25 a month, liorud and lodging.
Apply to J.E. WISEMAN,
!114 Gun'l Bubbles Agent.
rRWlE undersigned have this day form.
JL ed a eo.p.irti)eihlp for the pur.
pose of carrying on tho business of
iiou.se building in all Its branches, un
der the linn name of JUIOADS &,
GREENE, at tho old stand, bS Queen
stiuet, Honolulu, II. I. Thanking our
old p.itions for pan favors, hoping for
coiitiuuiinuc of the biunc, wo remain,
W. T. 1UIOADS.
R. JAY' GREENE.
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonade, Aeiated Waters of
all kinds, Fruit Syrups and Essences.
in all our Bottles.
Wo invite particular attention to our
Patent Kilter, recently Intioduced, by
which all waters used in our iiiiuiufnc
tuics is absolutely liceil from nil im.
Wo deliver our Goods free of charge
lo nil parts of the city. We gunianteo
our Goodb to be the best in the market.
Careful intention paid to Ishmd Orders.
The Crystal Soda Works,
I 0. Box JOT, Honolulu.
JSoll Telephone : : iH)H
Mutual Telephone : :
J2" Orders loft with Demon, Smith &
Co., No. 11 Fort Street, will receive
We, also, aio Agents for tho Bale
of J. W. Hiagley's
168 of his own manufacture. Oin
AHOY to attend Garden work, clean
Horse and Buggv, and drive a
little. A good home oll'ered, ntid $10 a
month. Apply to ,T. E. WISEMAN,
Hit Ucn'l business Agent.
X HEREBY respectfully notify my
lilcmla mid the public In general,
that I hnvo removed my business to tlio
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Co.,
where I can liu found to attend to my
customers as usual. Soliciting a eon.
tbiunuce of their palionagc, and thank,
lug the public for pat favors,
I inn, mint slncerclv yours,
Honolulu, April gil. 1PS. 813 Im
H AVISO iiei'ii appointed by the Su.
prcme Court the gunrdlans of the
person mid esliitu of JOHN HOBELLO,
found lv the Court lo bo incapable of
taking euro of hhiiMili, all persons are
hereby warned ngnlnsl having any ileal,
tugs with the Maid John Robello, mid all
pnillcs having iinv claims against 1dm
are hereby notiflcd to present the sumo
to. I. llviaau, mid all pintles owing the
said John Kobello hre requested to
settle with J. Hymnri aforesaid.
M. A. GONSAIjVKS,
Honolulu, April 20, 1880. 318 lm
That chin mine Cottage on Ileietnnia
street, near Punchbowl street, (I rooms,
nicely laid out ; stable, garden, etc.
Neat Cottage, coiner of Lllllm and
Schools streets, 4 rooms and kitchen.
Small Cottnge on Meichnnt street,
su liable for man and wife; $10 a month.
The Kcasico Collage of W. 1. Toler,
Es.j.. al Walkikl. Beautiful rooms,
laird, stables, caniage house, lino
At I'alntn.i, 1 have several tine Cot.
lages to rent.
Cottage suitable for 8 gentlemen,
beautiful place, on Pensacola street.
Small, ne.it Cottage, on Pensacola
street, with both paslurngo and use of
stable; line elevation.
Other houses to rent.
Some Fine Property for Sale.
The Properly adjoining tho Resi
dence of Mr. Neumann on Kingslicet;
bcautlliil building lot; reasonable
On Lunnlilo street, a beautiful Resi
dence aud line grounds; cl-jgant marine
On Liliha, corner School street, 2 Cot
tages; neat lots.
And Other Property.
1 fine Hold Piano for sale, $2t0;cost
U.iO; in perfect older.
Saddle Horse, young and sound, $75.
Black Mare for rale, $0.
Sidc-bar Buggy, coat $295, nearly new,
Will exchange Buggy for Phaeton.
Apply or address J. E. WISEMAN,
Gen'l Business and Heal Estate Ag't,
Campbell's Block. ' lm
FOll SALE BY
IS'o. lO Store,
A Varied Ass'm't of Kid Gloves
Wash Doo Jersey Gloves,
Sash and other Ribbons
3181 latest Htyles.
WE LEAD !
Others Follow !
If You Want
Fine Ice Cream,
GALOSH inifl CANDIIilH,
Ice Cream Parlors
85 Hotel Street, near Fort.
Ol'KN DAILY UNTIL 11 P.M.
Mutual 338, -a (alfl) 8T Bell 182.
ex bark .las. H. Stone,
AND TTOIi &AJL.I3,
AN ASSOKTMKXT OK
la partus follows, viz:
Open Bvers Buggies
Top Brewster Box Buggies,
Top Brewhtcr l'haeton Buggies,
Open Democrat Wagonb,
Canopy Tap Wagons,
Concord Vr agons,
Extension Top CaMolels,
Hand Carts and Mule Carts.
C. BREWER & CO.,
.Honolulu, April 10, 1880. 802 lm
E. cIOTYliE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
' EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by cverv Packet from tho Eastern States and Europe.
Fresh Calltornla Produce by oe"ry Steamer. All ordeia faithlully attended to.
and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Island outers coll.
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Ofllco Box 145. Telephone No. 03. 108 ly
P. O. Box 207.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
til ITwl Street,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
Now Goods continually on tho way. JuM lecclved ICegs Saner Kraut, kegs Hol
land Herring, kegs Tripe, kegs German Pickles, kegs .Mixed Pickles, kits
Salmon Bellies, kits Mnckcic), kegs Family Pork, kegs Corned Href. For
Jbeaklatt White O.its, Ocimeii; llieakfast Gem and Hhrcdcd Mal.e. AIpo, a
lino lot of New Zealand and Portland Penehblnw I'olaioes nlwava on hand.
Tho very Itot of ISLAND HUTTHH, plenty for eveiybody.
I'rlccH low anil SuliHfncrloii 47Umi'mic:!.
(Fonueily with S.imtiel lie' '.
Import ci and Detilci' in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
CHOOKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNRS111NG HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON MiD 1IMVAHL
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
Egr" Stoic formerly occupied by S. NOTI, op; o.site bprecltels L Co.'s Baiik. "a
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has jitfet opened out a largo aud carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
Custom-Made Clothing, aud Hats nnd Caps
111 all flu Latest Styles ai .Mens.
Z2T Particular attention is called to an elegant line of Gent's Neckwear.
JOHI I0TT, lo. 8 Miiai Street.
to. ( . - r,- ' $ M .:, r- X & U
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
SHEET IRON WORK.
April 5th, 1886,
FOIL SAL1 2,
ON icasonablo terms, tin j now S-'tory
Brick Building, km iuu us the
Lincoln iiiocK, HlUiatul on
near lion. v. I(. MlMiop s.
a frontage of lifi feet on
running buck maul.a 'JOO ' ,'ect mo're or
less, with nil iho buildings t iml Improve
ments thereon. Applv to
HOOtf G W. LIN bOLN , Builder.
HAVING been obliged (on snort
notice by the above e lenient) to
move to some other quarters, wo would
therefore notify our patrom ?) nn(i nil
lhoo that wish us well, that v route now
67 and 69 Hotel Sti -eet,
where we shall ho prepared t 0 mi nil
orders for '
Groceries k Pro?i,isi
also, in the Feed line, uh
E-Qay and Grairj.
Orders ollcltrjd, prompt atleutli m nnd
lair pi Ices jjuiiranteed.
B2T Bell Telephone B40, Mutual i 'r
Wine and Spirit
23 Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
Sole importers of
S. lachman & Co.'s California Wines,
John Exchaw's No. 1 Binndy,
J. Pellison's 7 and lO.ycar-old Brandy,
J. J. Melchei's "Elephant" Gin, l'
It. W. SMITH ft CO.'B
"Tlistle Dow" WHislor
Coates & Co.'s ' Plymouth" .Gin, etc.
A KUM. LINK OK THE
Most Favorite Brands
Ales, Beers, Wines,
Sl'IIlITS, I.IQUKUKS, ETC.,
constantly on hand and for sale at the
Orders filled promptly and all Goods
P. 0. Box 362.
Will bo open every atteinoon and even
ing as follows:
liny mid Knturilny KvenliigH..
To tho public in general.
For ladies und gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Manager.
TO THE PUBLIC.
Tie Pacilc Transfer Co.
Olllco with C. Iv. Miller,
43 Merchiint Street,
Boll Tel., 377, Mutual Tel., 301.
I am fully piopared to do all kinds of
ayaee. hauliin; or movlnir work, all of
I will guarantee to execute faith
S. F. GRAHAM, Prop'r.
YoscDiitc Skating IM,
33i VT yp ii
For Family Use,
Salmon EclHss, in Ub & 50-lb. Kits,
Salmon Tips, in 20-lb. Kits,
Codfish, in 25-lb. Kits,
ALSO, ON KAMI,
Plantation Salmon, Bbls. & Ticrcos,
The above mu of late arilvalt, and
guaranteed in good order. For sale by
UOlt I in CAbTLll fc COOKE.
i 12.FF.1.T WINDJIIbb, made by
A. Byron and Jackson, with lOfiel
Tower. Four troughs capable of hold
ing 1,000 gallons ot water, suitable for
cattle, with li-lnnli galvanized Iron
pump. Will ho sold cheap, liveiythlng
new. Abo, a good spring Cait, unliable,
for a butcher. For further partlculais,
apply to T. W. RAWLINS,
i!(l0 lm Soap Works, Leleo, Honolulu.
re j. Y 1 13 iv .
ALLordcis loi Cariimti promptly at.
I ended to. Particular attention
pnid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods In transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
I in quantities to suit at lowest prices
Olllce. adjoining E. P. Adams it Co.'s
Mutual Telcphono No. 19.
Bt'm Candy Factory
No. 71 HOTEL ST., between
Nuuanu and Fort Sts.
I tas always on hand the largest Stock
of ( Jandles, both Plain and Fancy, guar.
anlOtd to bo STIUCTLY PURE
A' VlioleHtile unci reeinil.
Rich Wedding Cakes
Of.'a Twenty Years' Imputation, all
SivJcs always on hand, ornamented
injiiiiy Style. r J.
Fasjries of All Description Mado to
- j. -Orfcnrat ShorrNotice!
Fresh every Day.
1 and Mutual Telephone, No. 74.
j .uox jno in. ins
0U'&Z T. XV, RAWLINS,
.c&ttKfjgfnKj goap Bianufacturor.
The jiwr-s r
I lighest Cash valuo for any quan.
L ! tlty of ThIIow.
Hon , , ' , ,
j, U1IIII1 nUllV tll'KK, iiUlUO
II Telephone 21). P. O. Box 4.
2th npeaclng on Monday, October
ollo'w '"' theuco on the llrst Monday
1ml m1'm l'10 1,rrlval f the Alameda
5ach ui'ripoba on the 8th and 22nd of
ioloan' steamer Ikiniiii will make the
Vedno0 'J-Vip, reaching Keauhou on
Awo tirti&day morning, giving Tourists
liousc.ys lin(' two n'lbls at the Volcano
'all out1 tuo S"1 nlu' -nt' tM0 I110,lt''
fliat jJMonday, tho liiiiuu will leave
G Tlfkcts lor Iho Round Trip, $50, which
pays an unargos.-tu
.,,i..JIIitmu will arrive in Ilonolulu
S0 t mornings on Volcano Trips. On
H..,.wri,)'rin3. will leave Honolulu on
,rn ii'h, and letuin Saturday morn.
H Hone WILDEK'S STMSI11P CO.
hibi. Sept. 14. 1885. 124 tf
u in1'8 Honolulu each Tuesday at
...'. i. touchluir at Labaina, Maa-
aibniay Makenu, Mabukon'a, Ka-
iKettf' i-nupaiioolioo ami ttiio.
1 0VtJrnlng, will touob at all tb
nh s ports, arriving at Honolulu
ceu St., next Bulletin Olllco.
Horses broken to Sad
dle and Harness,
Ttnriu's hnarded hv thu
(Inv. wpfili. or tnnntli.
Clipped. larTelephoni 181,
EUSTACE & SUTSON
W Shift Co
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