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The Alameda brought no very ex
citing news from Samoa. Several
private letters received in this city
give particulars of what has occurr
ed since last advices. One says
that Malicloa 2d, the new king, still
has possession of all parts of Savnil
and Upolu and Muliimu Point and
a few little towns Lotimnuu, Solo
solo and Snluatafii. These towns
Mnlictoa docs not attack, preferring
to obtain their voluntary submis
sion, which they are now negotiat
ing. The people from Satupaitea
(whose town was burned by the
Germans last year), landed in Aana
and burned the houst of every per
Bon who was absent on Mulinuu with
Tamasese. Mulinuu is blockaded
and without aid from the D. II. &
P. it would have surrendered long
since. The people there arc living
on biscuits and rice, and of course
mortgaging their lands to pay.
The British men-of-war Caliopc
and Lizard had arrived at Apia, the
former havinc on board Admiral
Captain Leary of the U. S. S.
Adams wrote a strong protest to the
Captain of the German man-of-war
Adler, on behalf of the United
States and humanity in general,
against using a warship of a great
nation for the purpose of shelling
defenceless women and children.
The Germans were looking anx
iously for the coming of their fleet,
when they think matters will be put
straight for them again. It would
be very little use in trying to keep
Tamasese on the throne of Samoa,
for without the assistance of Ger
man troops he will never be able to
carry on his Government. Germany
must either annex or allow Samoa
to bo governed by a King who is the
choice of the people.
The British residents expect noth
ing from the British Government.
They send a new consul who knows
nothing about the situation, and of
course send him with his bands
completely tied. The U. S. Gov
ernment has never acknowledged
Tamasese as even de facto King,
and arc free to take an independent
The funeral of Captain Bissctt of
the schooner Vendix who was shot
on the streets, was largely attended.
He was held in great respect by the
people of Samoa. Capt. Bissett
met his death solely by accident.
Mrs. Huge, wife of one of the
German firm of Ruge & Co. is an
nounced. The following is a copy of the let
ter sent to the consuls by the Sa
moan chiefs, announcing the elec
tion of Mataafa as king:
"We, the Launua and Taipuli
chiefs and rulers of Samoa respect
fully beg to notify your Excellency
that we have this day, with the con
sent of a majority of the Samoan
people, elected as our king i lana
afioga Mnleatoa Mataafa. Further,
we wish to notify Your Excellency
that it is the desire of all the Sa
moan people that Tamasese ceases
to bo King of Samoa ; and Bran
deis's connection with the Govern
ment also ceases from this date.
After careful 'consideration we are
determined to abide the action we
have now taken to defend our right
to elect what king we, the united '
people of Samoa, may choose to
rule over us. We feel contident
that peace and good order will be
maintained in Samoa, and for our
future guidance we wish to have the
privilege of selecting three gentle
men representing the three great
nations having commercial interests
in Samoa 'to adviBO us in our en
deavors' to rule impartially and
Mr. Blacklock, the U. S. Vice
Consul, replied to the letter in
which he said: "In the choice of
your Highness, Malietoa Mataafa,
by the people of Samoa to bo their
future King, I think the wish of the
three Powers has been carried out ;
and I can see, I think, peace and
prosperity in store for Samoa after
the present civil war is brought to a
close and your Highne'ss recognized
by the three Powers as King of Sa
moa, which, I trust, may be done
without the loss of any more of your
' The Hervey group of which Ra
rotonga is the chief island, were an
nexed Sept. 27th, British Consul
Exham hoisting tho flag. The Caro
line will visit the group to confirm
the Consuls action. Tho Calliope,
Admiral Fairfax has also hoisted
tho flag on Savage, Island. The
French have had their eye on the
Hervey group for a long timo past,
hut the Queen has said right along
she preferred to see the Union Jack
in one corner of her flag.
ALLUREMENT FOR TOURISTS.
Through that liberality which has
always characterized the Wilder S.
S. Co., in their treatment of mem
bers of tho profession of journalism,
Mr. Wobb has made a trip to the
Volcano of Kilauea to complete
notes for sketches of Hawaiian
Scenery etc., which are to bo pub
lished in one of the leading illus
trated Australian journals durjng
tho period of the Melbourne Exhibi-
!n. 'I'linan nkntnllftfl 'Will 1)0 nC-
'.,...! in, tiiiiotrntfnna fmin tlin
pencil or Mr. J. D. Strong, and will
be specially prepared with the viow
of making known to tourists what
inducements these islands offer to
them for prolonged stay and wan
dering among them.
Tuesday, Oct. 1(5.
Mr. W. O. Faulkner and biido
wore among the passengers by the
Mks. Knapp, wife of liieut. Knapp
of the U. S. S. Alert, arrived on the
l'uiibilt Keil of the Australia bns
tbo thanks of llio Huli.utin for files
of lato papers.
The moonlight picnic parly at
Waikiki last evening was quite an
Capt. J. II. Brown, Messrs. II.
Renjes, J. F. Brown, and G. H.
Tweedie le turned on tbo Australia.
Mr. T. S. Kay lca;es on the Kinau
this evening for Hawaii, to assume
tbo management of the Hulawa
Tiik auival of Auctioneer Morgan
on the Australia was heralded by the
tinkling of the bell and the raising
of tbe red flag.
Mn. W. II. Graenhulgh lclurncd
on the Australia in good health, lie
has the thanks of tbo Bulletin for
lato papo s and news favors.
A mominent member of tbo My I'
ll o boat club denies there was "a
knock-out in a friendly sparring
match at the boathousc" as stated by
Tun band concert at Emma Square
last evening was attended by an im
mense audience. It was a beautiful
mild moonlight night, one of those
nights only to be found in a tropical
counliy. Tbe playing of tbo band
was most enjoyablo and thcic were
What with improved machinery
and a thorough knowledge of his
business Mr. Jos. Tinker of tbe City
Market is able to supply bologna
sausages that can't be beat. The
Bulletin staff wcio legaled with one
yesterday about a yard and a- half
long and it was fine eating. Try
them thoy are just tbo thing for
breakfast or lunch.
"Wednesday, Oct. 17.
Hawaiian lice is quoted at $4.87$.
TheU. S. S. Omaha ai rived at Yo
kohama Sept. 15th.
The price of sugar remains the
same as last advices.
Nolte has for sale, Punchbowl and
Diamond Head cigars.
The Tost Office received a laigo
mail on the Australia.
H. B. M. S. Swifturo will not be
hero so soon as expected.
Mesbiis. BHiop & Co. received
$100,000 in gold coin on the Austra
lia. The U. S. S. Vandalia arrived at
San Fiancisco the same day the Aus
Mr. H. E. Mclntyro looks as if he
had fully enjoyed his trip to the
The Scientific American of Sept.
20tli, has an account of tbe leper set
tlement on Molokoi.
The Hawaiian steamer San Mateo
put in Aden September 30th, with
her machinery disabled.
Mn. Fred M. Lewis is round again
in bis usual haunts, after several
months visit at the Coast.
The yacht Coionet arrived at Yo
kohama September 17th, making the
tiip from Honolulu in 23 days.
The G. N. "Wilcox is the name of a
bark that will shortly leave Bremen
for Honolulu, consigned to II. Hack
feld & Co.
On Monday, October 8th, 50 shares
of Hawaiian Commercial Co.'s stock
were sold at $31, 110 at $33.75 and
40 at $33.37.
The flat?" of the bark C. O. Whit
moie was Hying at half-mast to-day,
the Captain's little child having..died
CArx. J. H. Brown looks exceed
ingly well after Ins vacation at tho
Coast. He did not forget tbo Bulle
tin during his absence.
Dn. L. F. Alvaras has beon offered
the position of Government physi
cian for tho district of Waialua, in
place of Dr. Carter, resigned.
The steamer Zoalandia has been
undergoing extensive ropaiis at tho
dry dock, San Fiancisco. She has
been surveyed and reclassed.
The case of Gay vs. Mendonca,
covenant, was tried before a foreign
jury to-day resulting in a verdict for
plaintiff for $1200. An appeal was
Cavt. Houdlette on October 8th,
pleaded not guilty to an indictment
charging him. with carrying an ex
cess of emigrant passengers
was admitted to bail in ifrlWIU.
Mr. J. F. Thrum, editor of tho S.
F. Music and Drama was arrested
October 5th on two charges of crim
inal libel, against an actor. Ho was
admitted to bail in $1,000 on each
Mu. II. Y. Musgravo of Suiroy,
England, arrived on tho Australia
and leaves for tho Volcano on Friday
by tho W. G. Hall. Ho will be back
in timo to catch tho mail steamer
Jiealandia for the. Colonies,
Colonel Norris is back to Hono
lulu again fiom his ranch on Hawaii.
Ho seems to be unfavorably affected
towaids the present hot wcathor of
tho city. Said ho to a ftiend in the
stiect to-day: "Call this tbo Paradise
of tlioPaoificl it seems to mo to ho
within half a milo of Shcol,"
The bark W. II. Diniond caught
fire at tho Oceanic Co.'s dock, San
Francihco, and before tho flumes
could be extinguished about $200
damugo was done. The firo was sup
posed to bavo been caused by tbo
carelo'sness of a sailor who dropped
a lighted match into borne greasy
Mu, W. I. Bishop has been aston
ishing tho people of Moxico by his
mind-reading exhibitions, Ho lias
experimented before President Diaz
and wife and other distinguished por
Ronaces of tbo Rotwblio, Tho "Two
Knnnblica" nowsnanor hays that ''tho
BAYLY MULLfflTOr WJ2EKLY
,i rnnii.1iiiii. ir .1 1 ii.'. ... .i-
National Theatre was filled on Sopl.
ID wi h one of tho finest audiences
that ever usseniblcd llioro to do
homage lo any man." ,
Thursday, Oct. 18,
Foun cases eamo hemic the tax
appeal board ycstcrdayi
Tun condition of Magoni who was
shot nt Wnialuais slightly improved.
Hoi.T.tSTUn A Co, are distributing
very handsome fans to their custom-
Tin: U. S. S. Juniata left Hong
kong September 27lh, on her home
Ward bound journey via tbo Suez
Tnr.UK was a vory largo attendance
at tho band concort at Thomas
Squaro last evening, ami llio music
Mi:. T. Graham Gribblo of tho Ha
waiian Tramways Company leaves
for San Francisco on tho Arabic. Mr.
Lincoln Cabot will act for him dur
ing his temporary absence.
Tii'nnE is a fine collection of cana
ries, strawberry birds and paraquest
in Mr. L. J. Levey's auction rooms.
They arrived on the Arabic this
morning from China and are for sale.
Mn. J. F. Biown who returned on
the Australia visited many Eastern
cities during his absence. Ho met
many people who knew little or noth
ing about the islands, and did his
best lo enlighten them.
Two pieces of Government land in
North Kona, Hawaii, were sold yes
terday to Hon. J. .Maguiro for $200.
The lease of tbe lot No. 15 on the
esplanade, for fivo years was sold to
Mr. J. H. Bruns for $300 per annum.
The Foreign Office has an official
notice lo the effect that Thomailtain
Walker Esq. has been appointed Bi
tish Vice-Consul in tho place of
Thco. II. Davics Esq., resigned. A
moro satisfactory appointment could
not possibly have been made.
Mepsks. Benson, Smith & Co. bavo
just received a fine assortment of
One of the attractions in Hollister
& Co.'s store is a ho.-ned toad. It is
a most "unloosing" Utile creattne.
Her Majesty Queen Kapioluni's
Hoola Lahui Society donated $10 to
waids the Voller fund this afternoon.
The Post Ofiico despatched by the
S. S. Aiabic for' S.m Francisco 210-1
letters and 037 packages of papers.
A rr.ojiiNENT sugar planter was
asked this morning whnt he thought
to the Sugar Trust. Hang the Tiust,
The regular monthly meeting of
the Hawaii Mission Children Society
will bo held at Oaliu College to-morrow
It is reported that A. Morgan the
carriage builder who lecently left
Honolulu has purchased a much at
Tim service o' the Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
Sunday mornings will, hereafter com
mence at 11 :15 o'clock.
A delightful concert was given
by tho Hawaiian band at Emma
Squat o last evening, which was list
ened to by a largo audience.
Messrs. Davis & Wilder bavo evi
dently cot a very experienced red
and blue artist judging by tbo display
on the blackboards outside of the
The tender for taking down five
buildings at Kakaakoand re-erecting
them at the leper settlement has
been awarded to Peter High for $2,
400. Mit. F. W. Damon has started a
class in English composition for Chi
nese boys. It meets from 9 to 10
o'clock every Thuisday morning at
Mr. A. K. Weir has bought tho
business of A. Morgan, carriage ma
nufacturer, who lately made an as
signment, and will cany it on with
Neil Warner, a well-known acior,
will'bhortly arrive in Honolulu with
a company and give several pei form
unccs. Mr. L. J. Levey will manage
the company while here.
On Saturday January 5th, 1889, a
grand bazar will be given at tho Ho
nolulu Hides Armory by tho Ababui
lloouln and Hoola Lahui Society un
der the patronage of Her Majesty tbo
The Japanese steamer Takasago
Maru, Capt. Brown, is expected to
leave Yokohama, November 1st for
Honolulu with Japanese. She will
probably come consigned to Messrs.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Sutuidity, Oct. 20.
T?in volcano was very active tho
The government mule is in active
Try champagne cider as manufac
tured by N. W. Brundage.
A new Bchoolhojiso is to bo built
at Kaanapali, Maui.
The London Gaiety Company
passed tlnough on tbo Alameda.
There was a largo fiio at Christ
church N. Z October 3d,
Tin; bark Lilian will bo sold on
Wednesday, by auctioneer Levey.
Tin; Gorman and Samoan mails
for Honolulu cum.0 separately this
Commander J. G. M, Fields It. N.
was a through passongcr on tho Ala
meda, The U. S. S. Nipsic hud not ar
rived at Apia when tho Alameda
The U. S. Consulate has beon in
structed to send mail for tho U. S. S.
Adams to Apia.
The Post Ofiico dispatched by the
Alameda 2727 lottors and 350 pack
ages of papois,
The Board of Education has just
received a largo invoice of new
PuitSEii J. B, Sutton of the Ala
meda has our thanks for full files of
Dukino A. M. Hewett's absence
at tbo Coast J. II, Wodehouso Jr.
will bavo charge of bis book-store.
J, J, William's photographic stu
dio was a great attraction to tho
Alameda's through passengers,
The through passengers on tho
Alameda did a good deal of sight
seeing during tho steamer's stay in
SUMLAJftY! H03STOLTOU, U. L, OOTOBBB 22, 1808,
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MitB. Dickson who is quite ill left
on the Alameda. She had to be car
ried oil a litter from her residonee lo
Capt II. G. Morse of llio Alameda
was selected lo hand the cheque of
!J5,O0O tho amount of Ibo stakes in
tho boat-race to Peter Komp who
Wk bavo received a copy of a cate
chism on Hwinton's Thitd Header,
edited and piinlcd by Ililo Boarding
School. It looks like n very useful
little book and is neatly gotten up.
In tho Police Court tins morning.
Hobt. Wnialealo ami Ahaula two
poli'eo officers, were committed for
trial lo the Supremo Court on a
oltnrgo of manslaughter in tho 2d
Mn. Chas. J. Fishel of the Leading
Millinery House leaves on tho Aus
tralia, and will proceed East for tho
purpose of selecting a now stock of
holiday goods. Ho promises to re
turn with goods never before Been in
Madame Garretta, who was'.hcro
with her trained pigeons with the
"Clark Combination Show" several
months ago, was a through passen
ger by tho Alameda to-day. Madame
GarrCtta, while in tho Colonies, se
cured about 20 Cockatoos, and 1
Kangaroos, all of which have been
trained to perform on tbe stage, tho
Cockatoos marvelously well.
S S Australia fiom San Francisco
Stnir V G Hall from Hawaii and Maul
Sclir Kanlokui fiom Kauai
Bk I) Melinite from Newcastle, NSW
Stmr O It Bishop from Koolau
Stnir Lchua from Iliunakua
Stmr Kaala from Waialua and "Wolanae
Oct 17 r&3
Bktne Mary Winkclman from Satt
S S Arabic from Hongkong and Yoko
hama en route to ban Francisco.
Sclir Moi Wahine from Kohala
Sclir ilitlcakala from l'cpeekeo
Sunr Kaala from Waialua and Walanve
S S Alameda from the Colonies eh route
to San Kinticisco
Stun- Llkeliko from Maul
Stmr Vokolli from Molokui
Stnir Kinau from, Hawaii and Ma'.il
Stinr Waialualo from Kauai
Stmr Kinau for Ililo ami way poits at
4 ) m
Stmr jlikalwla for Kauai at 5 p in
Stnir Jas Makce for Kapaa at 5 p m
Stnir Kilauea IIou for llamakua at 5 pin
S S Arabic for San Francisco at 8 p in
Stmr W G nail for Liihaina, Maalaca,
Kona. Kau and the Volcano at 10
o'clock a in
S S Alameda for San Francisco at noou
Schr W S Uowue for San Francisco
VESSELS IN PORT.
TJ S S Brooklyn, McNair
S S Australia, llondlett
Bk D Melanio
Brit bk Carnarvonshire, Williams
Sclir W S Bowne, Bluhm
II B M S Cormorant, Jasper NicolU
Ship Daniel Barnes, Stiover
USS Alert, Graham
Bk O 1) Bryant, Lee
. , , pi
For Maui and Molokai. per stmr Like
like, Oct 15 Mrs P D Keilet, Mrs G
Maiblc, Miss Helen Suiilli.lt .loliu Kei
let, C Hedcinatiu, S Macauley, O Fors
ter, and about 50 deck.
From San Francisco, per S S Austra
lia, Oct 1G Mrs Dudoit, Mis Corttcy,
Mrs J J Knapp, F M Lewis, HT Bald
win, J N Arnold, Capt John Biown, F
E Wells and wife, Mis G K Puhr, Mrs
3IA TwecUio, G li Twecille, J F Mor
gan, wife and child, J Lazarus, J, F
Biown, II B Mclntyro, J S Wulkei,
Miss M E Dciby, A D Thomas, wife
and three childicn, Henry Holmes.
Miss J E Lamb, W II Graenhalgh, J A
Hopper and wife, Mrs F A Bishop, Miss
F Bishop, II itenjes, Mrs J T Water
house, Miss Higbt, H G Musgravc, W
O Faulkner and wife, F O Kentfleld,
ilrs Beckett and 20 steerage.
From Maul and Hawaii per stmr W G
Hall, Oct 10-From Volcano: 0 P Wil
son, W W Wilson. Fiom way ports:
ColSNonis, WE Ilcrrick, Miss Ella
Paris, T E Evans, A B Scrim;eoiii',
Miss O Mahoiioy, Hon J Magutre, T
Pall, J A Maliu.'Bcv Stephen L Besha,
D Kuliauu, O Ako, and 78 deck
For Maui and Hawaii per stnir Kinau
OetlOG Irvine, J Turnbull, TS Kay
mid wife, Mrs J 1C Holies, Miss Bolles,
MrGonsalves, M G Coirca, J At Lyd
gale, J W Young, Mrs Krusc, and about
For Kauai and Killiau per stnir Mlka
hala, OctlG Miss Paris, Mrs E Aina,
Mrs Howell, O Brltto, and about GO
For Maui, Hawaii and the Volcano,
per stmr V G Ball, Oct 10 For tho
Yolcuio: J Sherman, wife andMrMus
grave. For other paits: Mr Hoine
niaun, II S Tregloan, Mr Lillle, T
Evans, Mr Okuu, W II nnlstead, Mrs
Walpa, Mrs Spcckmann mid child, Mrs
T O Wills and child, Norman Logan, S
L Besha and 75 deck,
For Honolulu 'from tbo Colonies per
8 S Alameda, per S S Alameda, Oct.
19 Mrs ' 1'arrciiB. In transit for San
Francisco: 05 cabin ami -1G stcuiage.
Fiom Kaluiltil and way ports per tttnr
Llkellkc, Oct '22 U IIeidemanii,Awaao,
Ah Fon, W O Walker, M M Tompkins,
Miss Cameron, A Iloiua. W J Lowile,
W S Mossman, 8 F Cliillingworth, E M
Walsh, Mis Ollphaut, P N Makee, Wm
Fcunell, D Kalauokaloni and Gl deck.
From Honolulu for Ban Fiancisco per
S S Alameda, Oct 20 Mrs Dickson aud
2 daughters, F M Hatch. T E Nichols,
E P Wilson and sou, O A Currfo, F O
Kcntlleld, Mrs Kickctt, P N Makco.Wm
Fcunell, W O King, Mrs J Welsh and
2 children, J It S liynnersley aad wifo,
.1 Walsh, J Burke.
From Ililo and way ports perS S Ki
nau, Oct 20 Mrs U W Ashford and
child, Mrs II O Austin aud child, Hon
D II Hitchcock, Hon J Klchnrdson Ma.
jor W II Cornwcll, F II Austin, J S
Webb, A Gartenberg, T Hughes, A Lid
cute, J Jt S Kyimersley and wife, O K
btillman, wlfo and child, Miss Hoop!!,
Geo Wr Miles, It Hinds jr,E OBond,
Miss Edith Wight, Mrs Meiidonea and
Cargoes from Ishmtl l'erts.
Hall JJ811 bas fc.ignr, 17 bags
17-1 bats coffee, a hoises, 11
aud 25 head of cattle.
Lchua 780 bags sugar.
Stnir ICIiinn 101 sheep, 110 bgs spuds,
.'10 bgs corn and 110 pkgs sumK
Stmr Llkcllko 205 bgs sugar, M2 bg"
corn, liS bgs potatoes, 85 bides and
The S S San Mateo, from London for
Honolulu and San Francisco, put into
Aden on Sept .10th with machinery dis
abled. Tho Oceanic Company's steamers
will In fnliue carry while llrcmon ard
News from tho Arctic shows the cap
tiue of only one additional whale.
AIHUVALS AT BAN I'KANOISCO.
Sept 20 SS Zealandla, (1 days and
20 hours? S S City of New York, 7 days
and L'u Hours irom Honolulu;
Oct 1 Bkluo W II Dimond, 25 days
Oct !) Bktuo S G "Wilder, 24 days
Oct 4 Schr Anna, 23 days from Ka
hului; bk California, 2It days from
Oct 5 Bktne Eureka, 18 days from
Oct 8 Brig J D Sprcckcls, 10 dajs
Port Townscud Oct 7, bk Ceylon
Yokohama Sept 17, yacht Coronet
From San Fr.uielsci Oct 7, bktne
W H Dlmombfor Honolulu.
From Auckland Oct 8, 4 p m S S
Alameda for Honolulu.
Fiom lioston ept29, bk John D
Brewer for Honolulu.
From Glasgow (No date). Hawaiian
balk Kooning sueyior san Francisco, i
Projected departures from San Fran
cisco Bk Fore-it Queen on Oct 9: bkts
Planter and S G Wilder, all for Hono
lulu. Oct 10-
The steamer Wnialcale, from Kauai,
will arrive here to-morrow morning.
The steamer Iwalani is on the Marine
Railway being cleaned.
The S S Australia lias hauled off from
the OSS dock to make room for the S
The steamers Kinau, Likclikc and
Mokolli ate due hcie to-morrow.
The Likclikc will sail on Tuesday at
fi j) m
The S S Alameda took from this poi t
for San Fiancisco tills noon 1029 bncus
o bananas aud 2!) bxs betel leaves; va
lue 1. 174.00.
Dr Tiousscau's catamaran,bulltby Mr
W Howlaiul,was launched this morning,
and is lcceivlng Us finishing touches.
Mem of voyage of S S Alameda: Din
charged Sydney pilot Oct old, 5.5 in.
Stopped for A ueklatid pilot Occ 7th, 8.
43 p m ; dischui god Aucklnud idiot, Oct
Silt, 4.45 p in. Mopped off Tutiiila Oct
12th, G. 2(1 pin; detention 2G nihnnes.
Stopped lor Honolulu pt'ot lutn, 7 p in
From Sydney 10 days, 22b, 37ni; fiom
Auckland 12 days, Oh, 30m. Expe
iienccd rough weaiher between Syduey
and Auckland since model ate winds
vith smooth sea
TLider the Patroisge of Her Majesty
AhaM Hooulu & Hoola Lahui
Will open their Grand Bazar, for tho
benefit or the Society
On Satnrflar, Jan. 5,' 1889,
HONOLULU RIFLES ARMORY,
Berctania & Punchbowl Streets.
tfifrL.ulie? and gentlemen wishing to
assist in a charitable work are kindly
requested to send their contributions to
the rooms adjoining the Chamberlain
GKACB K AIIALEWAT,
Honolulu, October 17, 1888. 08 3m
Steam Works, Sunny South,
Tele: Boll 18G, Mutual 245.
Depot, 28 Merchant Street,
Tele: Boll 172, Mutual 360.
Fntcnt JIn8H Valve Routes.
CAPACITY 1,000 DOZEN PER DAY.
The only English Apparatus making
And Fure, Strong Effervescing
-Ordors delivered to any part of
the city. Island orders solicited, 88 if
Brand Bazar !
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Leyey.
Under liutructlon from the Hon. II. A.
Widemann, I will offer forsalo
at Public Auction, nt
On Monday, Oct. 26,
If not previously disposed of at prb
vale sale, that certain pro-
petty known as
"THE PAU LANDS," Waikiki,
Comprising '!7 46-100 Acres, more or lets
in Fee bimplo About la Ar-icsufthc
abovo arc set out in Fish Ponds and arc
plentifully stocked with Mullet, Awa
and Carp, which ro now ready for
market. Of the rciaiiininc Iituls about
8 Aorc3 are planted with Manlcnlo Grass
from which 3 crops are harvested an.
nually, yiolding upon nn average 8G tuns
per year, llio place is ttcii proriucd
with Mowing Mncliincs, liny Presses.
Wagons, etc., and everything l lint up.
pertains to a well equipped farm; there U
A Ono-Story Frame Building,
Upon tho premlBcs (nearly new , run
taining S Hooins with nil conTeuiences,
and at present occupied as a ninnnuoi's
resilience. In addition lo the nbovi
there is a Leasehold of about 1 83.100
Acres, with Utiildlii;8 thereon, In tiic
rear ami immediately adjoining the pro.
pcrty, which is nt present well slocked
with Plgi aril Poultry, for which pur
pose it is pcfiulliuly adapted.
On account of its neatness nnd easy
.icccs lo Honolulu, ami (lie cany coin,
plctiou of the Tramways te Waikiki
this property, offers unusual inducements
to pai ties wishing a safe aad profitable
Tlirro are numerous Out-Buildings on
E- For fuither particulars apply to
F.W. Macfailane, or to
LEWIS J. IiEVEY,
C8w id Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
By older of tkc Cnmiiiisiincis of Ciown
Lands, the Lenses of the foh
lowing hands lor a
TERM OF FIFTEEN YEARS
Will he sold at Public Auction,
On MONDAY, December 10, '88,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOOX,
At the S.ilesronms of Lewis J. Levey,
1 Haleohui, N. Kena, altout G miles
North ef Knilun by ro d, land extends
from the sea to llio woods, portion near
the upper Government road, good for
coll'eo raising, said to have a good sea
fishery, area ahout 1000 acres. Upset
2 Puaa 3, N. Kona, Hcmnant of
nhout '20 acres at the hea, J.j mile south
3 Onouh 2, S. Konn, Remnant con
taining 798 acics, upon part leased to
II. Jl. Grecuwcll, four miles from Kaa.
4 Hononialino, S. Kona, Ahupuaa
near the Kau line, laud extends irom
the eeji lo the upper ridge of liio Kona
forest, landing good about, 2 miles from
upper Guvernment rood, area about 300
ncics. Upset price, 8LT1O.
5 Olaa, Puna, Aliupuaa nhout 18
miJei from the tow n of Eilo, extends
along the Hilo woods to neailj the Vol.
enno of Kilauea, good paMuinge, area
B4.2G0 acres. Upset pile.e, $ 'CO.
6 I'onahawai, Ililo, See I, extends
from the Halal HilU towaids Mauuiilon,
about 10 miles. Good for j.' razing pur
poses, area 2,90 acres. Upset pi ice,
See, II, remaining port'nn of the sea
frontage, coutainint; about 8 or 10 acres.
Upset price, $M0.
Sec. Ill, IV and VI, Remnants in
town, good Building Lots. ,
7 Polinoli, Waiehu, Cane and Kula
8 Alimihi, Lahaina, Kula I.anl nnd(
Fish j'oud, conUiiuiug an iiieu of 9
9 Lupakea, Lahaina, 2G-100 acres in
10 nilculii, Lahaina. Remnant of
about y, acre.
11 Mokuinia, Lahaina, Fish Pond at
"Wainee, nialfai of Chinch.
12 Waialua, Hanu, good Pasture
Land, area about 00 acies. Upset
pi ice, $100.
13 Nupili, Kaanapali, Pasture Lund,
about 460 acres.
14 ) Kamookuhi, Kapalama, gu'
for laro und banana 'growing, 1 88-100
1 5 H Knuknlioku, in 0 pieces, 3 41.
Apnnii 1, 5S4 acre,
Apiina 2, 500 itciu, 1 tnro patch of
Apann 3, 398 acre, 2 laio patch of Kau
pali. Apana4, 177 acre, 1 taio patch of
Apana 5, OfiO acre, 1 tato patch.
Apmi'i 6,0 111 ncio, 2 laro patch. 1 3
Ib'-rmkelc, l'aioio valley:
Sec. 1, Taro and Pasture Land, 1C2
Bee. II, makal part of Valley, Pas. V
uiro Ltunn, 004 ueroa.
17 Wuiumuo, J'alolo, Taro and
GriifciiiK Land at head of Valley,
aiea 74V? acres.
18 roloke, ilaulkl, remaining hrir,
taro IhikI, 437 acre
19 At Kuneolic, ICoolaupoko;
(1) Part of Sec P, Pusiuio Land and
Fish I'oud neur Mokapu, 853 acres.
(2) Sec. O, remaining portion ef Ka.
nolioululwl, Pasture and Fish I'oud,
containing C acres.
(8) Sec. I), Kalunpuhi, Taro aid Kula
Land, li acres.
(4) Sec. D, 2, JCtduupuhl, 1 16-100
(ft) Sfc. F, Wnikalua ymlto, at sea,
Taro and Kula Land, 20 acres.
(0) Seo G, Walkalu. walio, Hie lele
called Lannila, Taro Land, olMOO cre.
(7) See. M, Wnikalua Lol, 61.100 acre.
(8) Sen. J, Keaalau.Lolo of Wnikalua,
C8 55.100 acres, Flbh Pond 8 acres, ro.
mainder good lmsturago nt sea.
(0) Two Islands of Mokumanu, off
tsr Further particulars of llio above
Lands, etc., may ho obtained at the
office ef tho Commissioners of Crown
Lands, Alllolani Hale.
CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
Commissioner & Agent of Crown
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
09 td Auctioneer,
AN INTERESTING LETTER FROM A
AS this is Jubilee year it lends lo
niiikc one look back ntul think
of the (light of time, und in this way
I am reminded that I am one of tho
veterans in tho sale of your valua
ble and successful medicine. 1
have sold it from the very first, nnd
have sent it into every country in
England and many parts of Scot
land. Well do I remember llio
first circular you sent out some nino
or ten years ago. You had como to
England from America to introduce
Mother Scigcl's Curative Syrup,
nnd 1 was struck by a paragraph hi
which you used these words:
"Being a stranger in a strnge land,
I do not wish the people to feel that
I want to take the least advantage
over them. I feci that I have a
remedy that will cure disease, ntul
I have so much confidence in it that
I authorise my agenl9 to refund the
money if people should say that
they have not benefitted by its use."
I felt at once that you would neyer
say that unless the medicine had
merit, and I applied for tho agency,
a step which I now look back upon
with pride aud satisfaction.
Ever since that time I have found
it by far the best lcmedy for Indi
gestion and Dyspepsia I have met
with, aud I have sold thousands of
bottles. It has never failed in any
case where there were any of tho
following symptoms : Nervous or
sick headache, sourness of tho sto
mach, rising of the food a'ter eat
ing, a sense of fulness and heavi
ness, dizziness, bad breath, slime
and mucus on the gums and teeth,
constipuliittk, and yellowness of the
eyes and bkin, dull and sleepy sen
sations, ringing in the cars, heart
burn, loss of appetite, and, in short,
wherever there are signs that tho
systems ib clogged, aud tho blood is
out of order. Upon repeated in
quiries, covering a great variety of
ailments, my customers have always
answered, "I am belter,'' or "I am
pertectly well." What I have sel
dom or never seen before in the
case of any medicine is that people
tell each other of its virtues, aud
tho'.-e w'.io have been cured say to
t'-c suffeiing: "Go and get Mother
Reigel's Curative Syrup, it will
make you well." Out of the hun
dreds. oi cures I will name one or
two ihat happen to come into my
Two old gentlemen, whose names
they would not like me lo give you,
had been martyrs to Indigestion
and Dyspepsia for many years.
They had tried alt kinds of medi
cine without relie.'. One of them
was so bad he could not bear a
glass of ale. Both were advised to
Ube the .Syrup mid both iccovered,
and weie as hale and hearty as men
in the prime of life.
A lemaika'nle case is that of a
house painter named Jeffries, who
lived at Peiiu'iurst, in Kent. His
business obliged him to expose him
self a greao deal to wind pnd weath
er, and 1 e was seized v.' li rheuma
tism, and his joints soon swelled up
with dtopsy, and were very stiff
and painful! Nothing tua the doc
tors could do seemed to reach the
seal of the trouble. It so crippled
him that he could do hardly any
woik, and for tho whole of the win
ter of 1S78 and '79, he had to give
up and take to his bed. He had
been aflhcled in this sorry way for
three years, and was gelling worn
out and discouraged. Besides, he
had spent over 13 for what he
called "doctor's stuff without the
least benefit. In the Spring he
heard of what Mother Seigel's Cura
tive Syrup has done fo' others and
bought a 2s. Gil. bottle of me. In
'a few days he sen mo word he was
much better befoie he had finislieil
the .bottle. He then sent lo mo for
a 4s. Cd. bottle, and as I was going
that way I carried it down to him
myself. On gelling to his houso
what was my astonishment and sur.
prise to find him out in the garden
weeding an onion bed. I could
hardiv believe my own eyes, and
"You ought not to be out here,
...n., , fr mm. ln fltn Mnnlli rt .mi.
after being laid up all winter with
rheumatism and dropsy."
His reply was: "Thoro is no
danger. The weather is fine, and
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup lias
done for mo in n few days what the
doctoiB could not do in three years.
1 think I shall get well now."
Ho kept on with the Syrup, and
in three weeks Je was nt work again,
and has had no return of the trou
ble for now nearly ten years. Any
medicine that can do this should be
known all over the world.
(Signed) Itui'KiiT Giiaham,
Of Graham & Son.
Holloway House, Sunbury,
June 25th, 1887.
Tho abovo wonderful cure of
Rheumatism was the result of tho
remarkable power of Mother Seigel's
Curative Syrup to cleanse tho blood
of the poisonous humours that arise
from Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
"Mother Seigel's Curativo Syrup
is for sale by all chemists apd me
dicine vendors, and by the proprie
tors, A. J. White, Limited, 35,
Farriugdon Road, Loudon, Eng,
Jan. 13-88-2 -
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