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THE AKI CLAIM.
The cloorco rendered in tho case
of tho executors of Aid s will against
tho trustees of His Majesty's estate
has this day boon nfllrmcil by tho
Supremo Court in Banco. Tho
decrco is that tho Aki claim of $71.
000 is to bo placed on the schedulo
of liabilities of His Majesty's estate.
Tho Board of Education received
tho following tendors to-day for tho
erection of a now school houso nt
Wailuku", Maui :
"Walker & Jtedwnrd 2,950
guuiu.u aunis. z,luo
H.T". Bortleman 2,500
Geo. Lincoln 2,350
lB. Hoffgard 1,800
Tho latter was accepted.
A circular from the Minister of
Finance to tax collectors specifies
tho tender ia which taxes may bo
paid. Any sum not exceeding ten
dollars way be paid in United States
or Hawaiian silver coin. Any
amount over tori dollars must bo
'paid in United Slates gold coin.
-Hawaiian certificates of deposit
above tho denomination of ten dol
lars are equivalent to gold coin, and
will be accepted as such. These
are facts for tax-payers to rcinem
,bcr. THE FIRST LADY LAWYER.
r Miss Almcda E. Hitchcock,
(daughter of the Hon. D. II. Hitch
cock of Hilo, Hawaii, was this day
admitted as a member of tho Hawai
ian Bar, to practice in all Courts of
the Kingdom. She presented cre
dentials as au L iL B of tho Univer
sity of Michigau, U S A, and holds
license for piacticing before the Cir
cu't and Supremo Courts of that
State. This is tho first lady appli
cant of the Kingdom as a lawyer,
and the forms of the Court had to
be suited in her case, they being all
of the masculine gender.
DEATH OF MRS. CAPT. WHITNEY.
" After a long and severO illness,
patiently borne, Mrs. Capt. B. Whit
ney breathed her last at her resi
dence, Emma street, late Saturday
evening. The funeral took place
Sunday afternoon and was very
largely attended. The Rev. Dr.
k Beckwilh conducted the service and
the remains were interred in the
Nuuanu cemetery. The deceased
leaves a husband and five children
to mourn her loss, much sympathy
being expressed for them.
The National steamer Queen mn
down the fishing schooner Madeline
in a fog off the bank of Newfound
land on Oct. 5th. The Madeline
was struck amidships and sunk aU
most immediately. The Captain,
First and Second Mates and Stew
ard of the Madeline were rescued,
after being in the water nearly one
hour. The crew, numbering twenty,
were lost. The Queen lost her bow
sprit and foremast. The Madeline
was a French fishing schooner.
Monday, Oct. 22.
A Chinaman was fined $3 this
morning for selling a bottle of Hoyt's
"German cologne on Sunday.
Tub snug little sum of $114 was
contributed to the Police Court this
morning by nineteen drunks.
An article on Brides and Bridals
appears in tho San Francisco "Ex
aminer" of October 7th, and includes
" a portiait of Mrs. W. G. Irwin.
The Hon. Henry "Waterhousc con
ducted the service at Kaumakapili
Church Sunday morning and the
Kov. J. Bicknell in the evening.
Tun annual meeting of tho Plan-
ters' Labor and Supply Company
'-will be he in Honolulu, Monday.
October 29th nt 10 a. m.
A toiu'Edo book, containing se
crets valued at thousands of pounds,
'has bcon stolon from tho torpedo
iiTschool shop, Vemon, stationed oil"
The Boy. S. Kapu, a graduate of
the North Pacific Missionary Insti
tute, was ordained a pastor at Uau
ula, Koolauloa, Sunday morning.
Ho has received a call from tho
church at that place. '
In tho Police Court Saturday af tor
noon, A. Keiincdy, manager of tho
Honolulu Steam Laundry, was sen.
-1 "ced to pay n lino of $200 and bo
imprisoned at hard labor for one
rronth for having opium in posses
sion. The steamship Takasago Maru
will bo duo hero about -November
13th from Yokohama wkh Japanese
She will leave aain for that port on
tho 17th. Messis. W. G. Irwin &
Co. aro tho agents and a notico from
them apxenrs in nnothor column.
s On Saturday a nolle pros, was en-
tcred against Bobt. Cowee, stoward
of the Australia, charged with smug-
gung opium. AUornoy-Uonoral Ash-
ford said that the ancst of Mr. Cowcs
had been mado under a misunder-
Btandinir of fuels, and unon a full in.
investigation ho was satisfied that Mr.
'fUuwCB nau nothing whatoer to do
icWith tho opium in question.
Two dudes uro lodging in Alakoa
street, and ono of them iiukkp.cI lii
pwutch on Sunday morning, In tho
RsfirtawkiBlt mannur common to dudes,
ttho loser stated that tho "tickor" was
i a family kceptaku : othciwise he did
snot valtio it as it was only silvoi,
fBoforo going lo tho Polico Station,
howover, tho other auuo joiinu tho
ussing watch, having placed it in u
drawer for a "lark" fioko. Ho
"thought it was "so dwedfully funny
yaw Jaiuw." ineso two oeauues
Icavo by tho Australia to-morrow.
. . ..
T-netiday, Oct. 211,
The "Advert'iBcr" is a groat author
ity on potatoes in fact, is potatoes,
OArr. J. M. Winding of tho Forest
Queen has tho thanks of tho Bum.k
tin for ono day's later news.
Ho Fon will act as Ohincso inter
preter in tho Supremo Court for tho
balance of the Octobor term.
Tun bark H. Hackfeld arrived to
day from Bremen with a largo stock
of now goods fo.' II. Hackfeld & Co.
No "rcater vacuum pan can bo found"
than tho head of tho writer of tho
articlo in this morning's "Ader
tisor" on tho llcform party.
F. Ward, second stewaul of tho
steamship Australia, has been dis
charged in tho Polico Court, fiom the
charge of having opium in posses
sion. Mn. Waller M. Giflard will act for
tho firm of W. G. Invin feCo. during
tho absenco of Mr. Irwin at tho
Coast, and Mr. Frank P. Hastings for
tho bank of Gla.'s Spreckels fe Co.
Them? is a depression at tho lower
ond of Kaahumanu street, which fills
with water in rainy weathor and be
comes a pond. It calls for attention.
In fact, tho cntiro street is consider
ably out of repair.
Mrs. Lack has just received on tho
las BwCamcr alamo number of clay
pigeons krovn as blue rocks. This
kind of sport is growing in faor and
sportsmen will do well to remember
that in future there will bo no Lack
Mn. W. E. Hcrrick, who has bedn
confined to his house by sickness for
sevcal weeks, has sufficiently re
covered to bo able to resumo work.
His turning-shop, on Bethel street,
which has been closed during its
propiiolor's illness, is again open.
Someone carried off tho two tubu
lar lamps at tho corner of Bcrctania
and Punahou streets placed there by
tho Tramways Company to givo
warning of obstructions on tho road.
Four lamps were also leccntly stolen
from their position at Lolco.
Tun "Advertiser" Lays that the
Bulletin had an item a few evenings
ajo about further facilities to bo se
cured by changes in our postal rela
tions with tho United States, and
piocecds to givo tho communication
from the San Francisco "Bulletin"
which constituted our "item," appar
ently thinking it a new discovery.
Wednesday, Oct. 21
The galled jado (Advertiser)
Three stowaways came on the
ship II. Hackfeld from Liverpool.
A Poutug l esj? had two oi his fingers
jammed while cleaning the engine at
the Honolulu Plaining Mill yester
day. Mrs. E. Wallace, mothor of freight
clcik Wallace of tho Kiuau, returned
from tho Coast yesterday on tho baik
The woik on-McKenncy's Hawai
ian Directory is coiaplctcd,the man
uscript haB all gone forward and tho
books will bo heio on the return of
Comacho, tho Portuguese who shot
Flcmielly, a sailor on tho U. S. S.
Omaha, was yesterday acquitted of
manslaughter in tho second degree
by a foicign jury.
Ti'E Intei ior Office's auctioneer
sold a piece of land situate at Kipa
hid". Maui, contain' Jg an area of
C-1..0 acies, at-noon to-day to W.TC.
Kcoho for !t75.
It is lumoied that tho Amateur
Mi'iibtrels have assented lo give
another performance. This is by
urgent and special roquet,. Ear
tiumpets will be in order.
The 6ale of household furniture at
tho residence of G. W. Burgess.
Beretania s! icet, this morning by Mr.
J. F. Moigan was hugely attended
and good prices weie realized.
At noon to-day Mr. L. J. Levey
sold by order of Bishop & Co. mort
gagees, tho six lots on tho Kulaoka
bua plains to T. It. Walker, Esq., for
$7,200. Tho bark Lilian was with
drawn. According to Mr. E. R. Butler
mosquitoes have been hore linee 1820.
In that year a Spanish vessel put into
port for ropaiis and landed her water
casks. That is where the frisky little
insects came from.
Mr. N. S. Sachs of tho Popular
M'llinery house, contributes a nico
articlo in this issue on tho replenish
ment of his stock of dress goods, and
the goods in fashion for the fall sea
son. It is on tho first page. Bead
It ib true, yesterday's Bulletin
was, according to tho date lino, a day
old when it was issued; but tho "Ad
vertiser's" shipping column sent off
the Australia and other vessels on
the 22nd, a day before their dcparl
nre. Thursday, Oct. 25.
Pakai has been fined $100 for sell
ing fermented beer without licenco
Mr. J. J, Williams has withdrawn
his connection with tho "Faradiso of
Mr. Lulhor Wilcox presided in the
Police Court this morning in tho nb
sonce of Judgo Dayton.
T'ue pioneor lock and gunsmith,
Mr. Alox. Flohr, Bethel street, repairs
safes, scales and sowing machines at
Hon. H. S. Townsend, assistant
principal of tho Kamehameha School,
has been quite ill tho past two weeks,
but yesterday was muph hotter.
Sixty days imprisonment at hard
labor with a fine of $50 was tho pun
ishment imposed on a Chinaman
named Kum Pang, yesterday, for
having opium in possession.
A native named Jlbopii was yes
torday sentenced to pay a Hue of
fifty dollars and bo impiisoiicd at
hard labor for eighteen months, for
laiceuy of about !i7-1.50, tho pioporty
Cait. Byion Wilson and officers of
tho U. 8. S. Brooklyn wore yesterday
picscnted to His Majesty tho King at
Iolani Palaco, by His Bxcelloncy
Geo. W. Morrill, United StrtteaJlinis
The Honolulu Steam Laundry
changed piopiietors to-day. M' O,
KJemme is tho purchaser. Tho now
1 Ox'rietor promises to carry on tho
P&O BULIn? W33E5KLT
business in such a manner as to givo
to all now and old patro is entile sa
tisfaction. Nearly every availablo ship car
pontor and blacksmith is being em
ployed on board tho U. S. S. Brook
lyn, making extensive repairs. Tho
ship's canvas, sails, otc, aro being
mended arid patched by a forco of
40 men or more, in tho skat'ng rink
and in tho Old Corner houso.
Fiiday, Oct. 20.
Mr. C. Gortz has bought tho bark
Lilian for ?S00.
ItoudU weathor at Punaluu when
tho slcanlor Hall left on Wednesday.
A milk-shake Btall is b'ifig con
structed in tho yard of QucCn Emma
The wedding cako for tho Jonct
Fuller wedding is being mado at tho
The combined concort at tho
Hawaiian Hotel lost night, attracted
a large concourse of people, nnd waB
The ICamchamcha Picpa'.atory
School buildings aro ve.y nearly
completed, and will bo entirely so by
Tuesday next. On that day tho
school will bo open for tho lccootion
of pupils. Tho tcaohois aio already
on tho giound, and in rcatfincss for
It may bo Been in an advertise
ment elsewhero that tho price of tho
Honolulu Business Directory will bo
reduced to purchasers of moro than
ono copy. As a representative book
of Honolulu, this directory is very
suitable, and can bo sent to any part
of tho world at a cheap rate.
Saturday, Oct. 27.
Mr. S. Ehrlich and bride arrived
on the Zealandia.
The Chinese who arrived by tho
Arabic wcro released from quaran
Sjxieen young men joined tho Y.
M. O. A. Binging class Thursday
Purser Geoigo McLano has our
thanks for files of late San Francisco
Dn. Grossman, tho dentist was a
passenger on the Zealandia. Ho has
got a new hat.
Mnssns. C. M. Cooko, W. James
Smith, J. Kidwell and A. F. Cooke
returned on tho Zealandia.
Sister Bonaventura returned to
day from the States with two Sisters.
Father Sylvester also came back.
Gaudaur won the road sculling
race in New York, covering 465
miles, Boss 2d, 4G2 ; Plaisted 3d, 455.
Mr. J. T. Aiundel was among the
passengers on the Zealandia. Ho
lcmaiiiB in Honolulu for a short
Chas. V. Housman, civil engineer
iurmuny a rcsiueni oi uicso isianusj
died recently in Bakorsfield, Cali
Captain Larben captured two
lepers, a man and a woman, at Ewa
yesterday, but as yet the two shooting
lopers have not been caught.
The Oceanic Council 777 Amcii
can Legion of Honor has just receiv
ed by S. S. Zealandia, a draft for
$5,000 being benefit policy of tho
late Henry J. Hart.
Four young wahines were each
fined $3 and received a good lecture
from Judge Luther Wilcox in tho
Polico Couit this morning, for dis
turbing tba quiet of the night.
At latest advices Col. G. W. Mac
farlano was quito sick in New York.
Ho caught a severe" cold in Montieal,
and erysipelas had set in. His doctor
would not let him travel owing to
Mr, J. C. Klein, a well known San
Fraucisco .newspaper man, was a
thiough passenger on the Zealandia
en route to Tutuila. He is going to
write up Samoan affairs for tho S. F.
"Examiner" and tho'N, Y. "World."
His Excellency L.'rA. Thurston,
Minister of Interior, loturned on the
Zealandia looking the picture of good
health. He reports Mrs. Thurston
impioving in health, and politics all
tho rage in tho States.
Sergeant Barrington, of tho U. S
S. Vandalia, author of "the Chaplain
Afloat," and well known to many
Honolulu people, was invalidod on
tho day tho Vandalia left this port,
and has been a sick man over since
Ho is now in the naval hospital at
Maie Island. His trouble is acute
In the Supremo Court this morn
ing in tho case of W. O. Achi vs.
Isabella A. Achi, divorce, the plain
tiff's motion for discontinuanco was
allowed. Maria Hagcrman was grant
ed a divorce from Harry Hagerman
for oxtieme cruelty and failure to
piovide. Tho defendant was oidered
to pay $25 into Court by next Satur
day or bo lined for contempt.
A dispatch from Chicago, Oct'
18th, has tho following : W. A. Kin
ney, law partner of Ministor Thurs
ton of tho Hawaiian Government, is
in this city to consult with President
Spaulding of tho Chicago Baseball
Club on tho subject of having tho
Amoiican ball teams st(ip at Hono
lulu on the Australian trip and play
ono or two games. Ho assures them
A heaily reepptjon,
Monday, Oct, 29.
Only two cases camo beforo tho
tax ajipeal boaid at Waialua.
The Waikiki tram rails aro now
laid nearly to Sunny South.
Judqe Dayton resumed his duties
in the Pohco Court this morning.
Mr. 0, Bolto has boon appointed
agent for Mr. G. West, owing to the
ltvttors ill health.
Capt. W. A. D. Aoland, B. N.,
arrived on tho Zealand to relieve
Capt. E, Bourko of tho Hyacinth.
Three very handsomo oleotrio
light chandoliers for tho Kaumaka
pili church camo on tho Zealandia.
Miss Mary Greon was present at
tlio ninth annual convention of tho
W. O. T, U. held at Woodland, Oct.
Mn. A. T. Atkinson, Inspector
General of schools, returned on tho
Kinau on Sunday from tour of Ha
II. B. M. 8. Caroline arrived at San
I-ranoisco Oct. 19th from Esquimalt
on route to Acapulco. Tho Marquis
of Quoonebury was on board.
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II in m ii n tinTnm!, i
Thrre is a very small attendance
of planters nt tho annual meeting
Hawaiian Conimcrcinl Company
stock readied $35 October 13th. On
that day 50 shares of Oceanic Steam
ship Company slock wcio sold at
The Blue BlbbOn entertainment
Saturday bVening was only moder
ately W611 attended, but thd pro
giammo was much enjoyed by thoso
Owino to tho sorious illness of Mrs.
W. 8. Luco after leaving Honolulu,
Mr. Luco was compelled lo go right
through with her to England. Mr.
Luco will roluin to Honolulu on tho
next mail steamer.
Stmr .Tas Makes from Kapna
-Schr llcctairbm Koolrui
Schr Luka from Kolmla
Bktne W II Dlniond from San Fran
cisco Oct 23
Bk 11 Hackfeld fiom Liverpool
Bk Foiest Queen from San Francisco
Oct 23 .
Stmr Kaala from Walanao akid Waialua
Stmr O K Bishop from Koolan
btmrYV G Hall fiom Hawaii and Maul
Stmr Mokolll from MoloKal
Stmr Viva fioin Molokal and Maul
Stmr Walalcale fiom Kauai at D p m
Stmr Jus Makco from Kapaa
S S Zealandia from ban Fraucisco en
loutc to the Colonics
Bk Amy Turner from Boiton
Bktuc Amelia, Ncwhall, 21 days fiom
Bk'WIJ Godfrey, Dabel, 24 days from
Stmr I ahiul fiom Hamakua via La-
Stmr Likelikc f i om Maui
Stmr Kinau fiom Hawaii and Maul
Sthir WAialqalu fiom Kauai
1 Stmr Mlkalutla fiom Kiuml
. l T , , t, 1 I I 1 , 1
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5 p m
Stmt Vla tor MoloUai ond Kuau at
Stmr Kaila fo YVaiaiias and Waialua at
0 a m
Stnu Kinau for Volcano and way poits at
1 p m
Stmr J A. Cummins for ICoolau at noon
Stmr Mikulinla for Kauai at 6 p m
S S Australia for San Francisco at noou
Stmi Likeliko for ICahulul and Hana at
Stmr Kilauca IIou for Humakua at 5
Self Rainbow for ICoolau
Stmr Kaala for Waialua and Waiaiiae
at 0 a m
Stmr Kaimiloafor Lahaina at 4 p m
Stmr O It Bishop for Walunae, Waialua
and Koolau at 9 a m
S S Zealandia for the Colonies at 3 p m
Schr Sarah in Eliza for Koolau
Stmr LiUellke for Kahulul and way
ports at 5 j) m
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at 5 p m
Stir- Kaala for Waiauae and AValalua at
9 a m
Stmr Viva for Molokai and-Maui
VESSELS IN PORT.
US SBiooklyn, Wilson
BUtnu W II Dimond, Dievr
UW O O Whltmore, Waul
Biitbk Carnarvonsliiie, Williams
H B M. S Cormorant, Jasper Nicolls
Ship Daniel Barnes, Strover
U S S Alert, Graham
BkO D Biyaut, Lee
Uktne Amelia, Newhall
From Kauai per stmr Mlkahala, Oct
21 Uon G N Wilcox, O W Spitz, O W
Spitz, W G Smith, Mrs G W Wilcox,
Rev J B Hauaikc and wife, Judge J
Kala, S Aukal, P P Kauoa, E Kaaloa,
Miss E Paris, Miss A Jiompke, O Alibi,
B A Mucfie, Mrs E Koel, 3 Chinese
and 80 deck.
1'rom San Francisco per bktne W H
Dimond, Oct 21 Aithur White.
For Maul and Hawaii per stmr Kinau,
Oct 22 A 1 Peterson, A I)(nba, A 611
llllau, M Koki uud 3 chlldicu, Hon J
Richardson, Geo F Holmes, A O Tui
ton, W Builowltz, W O Peacock, W F
Mossmau, S F Ohilliugwoi th,T Iluhes,
A Ltdgate and 70 deck.
For San Francisco per S S Australia,
Oct 23 M Dickson, O W Macfarlanc,
wife and child, W J Biodeiick,wifo and
child, MlssM Dyke, Mrs Lacy, Capt D
T Miinuix, Master J W Barnes, Mrs J
Farusworth and child, R Stewart, O P
Downing, Miss E White, Mis llonson,
MM Tompkins, Mrs C L Wight, W A
Bowen,' Mjss A Pails, A M "Vyalbh, Miss
E. J. Shea, R Hind, B Hoover. H Bryant
and wife, J G Spencer, wife and son,
Hon W O Wlldei, Miss J Cameron,
Judge Wldemauii, H Slnbcrg, II A Par,
melee. wife and daughter, E j) Tenney,
W G Irwin, wife, child and maid, Mas
ter B Holllday, II M Feiguson, II Hud
son, Mrs E Mncfftlane, Mrs E McDon
ald, O J Fishel. Steeragei W Wale,
wife aud child, Miss L Perrlns, J II
Cangdon, Chas Priscell, Mrs F B Wil
cox, FJ Kair, II Holland and wife, H
Moigau, wife and 3 children, A M Hew
ett, AC Kascl, wife and daughter, Mr.
L Derklng, wife, child and sister, B F
Sayloo, II DavlB, Mjs D Hccker aud
children, Henry flego and 8 others,
From San 1'iancUco per bark Forest
Queen, Oct 23-II Wormlngtoii Mia E
Wallace, S B Stevens, W B Koh, G W
Sano and J Herhtz.
From Llvorpool per ship n Hackfeld,
Oct 2J OBohno, U Babe and U stow
aways. For Kauai per stmr Waialealo, Oct
23 M A Gousalvcs and 20 otheis.
For Haniakua and Lahaina per stmr
Iwalanl, Oct 23 J Muisden, WII Blck
ard, C Bosso and 40 otheis.
Fiom Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala, Oct
28-S W WHcox, II U Wilcox, M A
Gousalvcs, A Spencer, II P Faye, 5
Chinamen and SO deck.
.Fjoiii Hamakua via Lahaina, per stmr
Iwani, Oct 28 A W Kcech, Miss L L
Lvmau, J M Horner, O II Carter, and
Fioin Kauai, por stmr Walaleale, Oot
28 Mr Mullor and 0 deck.
From Maul, per stmr Llkellke, Oct 28
lion II P Buldwiu, Miss Giles, Mrs D
P Kcllett and ,2 children, P High, W
Goodalo, E JIBnlley, Mrs Achung, Miss
Mary Langfoid, 3 police officers, 20
lepcis and 1 piisoner.
Fiom Hawaii aud Maul, per stmr
Kinau, Oct 28 J II Maby aud 2 child
ren, G L.viue, A T Atkiusen, G S Bond,
iifiiiffiiJBiiiiiil''T1iii i'lTani r lit iJiiiiiMTIi' MfflMftii m i tiinrn ii i in nil i'i, u M iii i 1 1 ' .. ....' -Jut ..- . .. liiiLiL
H, UJ QCTOBBB 00,. W
lliilili linn null a Ii mm. .!! I lull 11 n
Chun Lmig, T O Alamn, Wong Kwnl, W
Alan. W J Wight and sou, Geo Camp
too, II R Bryant, W 11 Melnciny, Hon
JIDowsott, Jr, Win Thomp.on, T E
Waid, Mrs M Pirnl and child and C
Kor Kattal per stmr Mlkahala, Oct 23
R A Maclle jr, A BroWn and brldo,
Judgo tl Knla, Mr Smith, Mr Apoi, Mis
A Lovcll, Mr Katsu-a, O W Spllz, O II
Bishop, Vj Kaaloa, Hon G N Wilcox, 3
Chinese and CO deck.
For Maul per Stmr Likeliko, Oct 21
Mrs W C Wilder and child, Miss Helen
Wilder, fctair Kapu and wife, Mrs A
Lovcll, Thos IC Nathaniel, MisJHS
Kalco and 05 deck.
Fiom Hawaii and Maul porletmrW
G Hall, Oct 20 II Musgiave, J Roth
wcll, G Jones, M It Oolbtirn, J A
Pulmir, E Smith, JNS Williams, Mrs
Kmse and child, J N Kuaimoku, F W
Barlels, J K Nahole and CO deck.
From Kapaa per Jos Makec, Oct 27
Col Z 8 Spalding.
From San Francisco per S S Zealan
dia, Oct 27 Capt W A D Ackland aud
servant, Sister Anthony, J T Arundel,
Sister Bonaventura, M Braseh, P Bun
ker, A T Cooke, C M Cooko, 8 Ehrlich
and wife, WWGoodale, Dr M Gross
man, Homy urothcr, l'aul ilanill, U T
Hancock and wife, Mrs A E Hitchcock,
Miss Hitchcock, M Judali, wife and ii
fant, J II Kehucdy, J Kidwell, N Kuud
sen, II W Peck, W ,1 Smith, Hon L A
Turn uon, Sister Viticent.OE Williams,
W K Hitcheock, O II Klucgel, Father
Syh ester. In transit for Tutuila 1,
Auckland 27, aud Sydney 103 passen
gers. Cargoes from Isliucd Vovts.
Stmr Mlkahala 810 bgs sugar, 2E0 bgs
lice, I'i hides and CO bgs pia.
Stmr C R Bishop 390 bgs rice.
Stmr W G Hall 1791 bgs sugar, 180 bgs
of awa, 71 bgs of coffee, 39 hides
and 25 hd cattle.
Stmr lualani 1,728 bags sugar, and 70
Stmr Mlkahala 231 bags sugar, 300
bigs rice. 50 bugs pia and 1 horse.
Stmr Waialeulc 20 bags lice.
Stmr Llkellke 100 bags sugar, 30 bags
potatoes and 1 hoise
Stmr Kinau 18C bags spuds, 90 bags
corn, 13 wain awa, 49 pkgs hides, 2
hoises, 14 hogs, 130 pkgs sundry.
The W S Bowno took for San Fran
cisco on Saturday y,002 bgs of sugar,
Valued at $39,710.74.
The S S Austulla took for San Fran
cisco this noon 2,843 bgs of sugar, 3,
C35 bgsiof lice, 3,550 bnchs of bananas,
100 bdls of sugai cane, D02 bdls of gieen
hides, 15 bdls of diy hides, 0 bdls of
sheep skins, 5 bdls kip skins, 45'bbls of
molasses, 319 bales of wool and 142 bbls
tallow. Value 02,989.00.
Tho baik C D Bryant will sail for San
Fiauclsco on Tuesday.
The steamer Ewa is on the Marine
Railway being cleaned.
Ficsh trade winds about Kauai.
Kcalla mill will lesunic grinding on
the new crop on Nov. 1st.
1,070 empty barrels, 1,050 of which
contained petroleum, weiobiought here
from Kapaa by the stcimer J'akee this
moi uinji, to be taken to Sau Francisco
by the Biyaut, Tuesday, lo be lo-fllled.
Tho sailing of the steamer Hall has
been dcfeuud-undl Wednesday morn
ing. The Iwalanl will sail on Wednesday
at 8 o'clock a m for Lahaina and Hama
WILCOX At Oroville.Cnllfoinla, Sep
tember 25, of pneumonia, Charles II
Wilcox, aged 50 ye.us, formeily of
Waioli, Kauai, and biother of lions
Geoige N and Albert s Wilcox of Li
"WHITNEY At Felekanc, Honolulu,
October 27th, Mis. Captain B. Whit
ney, aged CO years 9 months and 18
das. Leaves a husband and live
cluldien to mouin her loss. San
Francisco papcis please copy.
Foreign Parcels Express.
rpiIE undtiigncd are now prepared
JL jo h.iard parcels through Pitt &
Scott's London Agency, to all parts of
Europe, Asia and Africa; and also to
Australasia direct, and to the South Sea
Islands via Australian or Now Zealand
ports Tariff .rates, which are remark
ably moderate, have recently ben fur
nished and may be learned upon appli.
Parcels or heavy freight can also bo
sent for and brought to Honolulu.frotn
any part of Europe through Pitt & Scott's
Agency, nnd may be insured at the port
of departure if desired. Special orders
for European roods can be placed by
Pitt & Scott in England or through their
agents in other paitB of Euiopej and the
packages forwurded by any route that
is best, at reduced heavy freight rnte if
tho packages are la'eo
J. E. BROWN & CO,,
Hawaiian Agents Pitt & Scott's
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Under tho Patronage of Her Majesty
AMui Hooulu & Hoola LaM
"VYU1 open their Grand Bazar, for tho
benefit of the Boclety
On Satnrflay, Jan. 5, 1889,
HONOLULU RIFLES ARMORY,
Cor, Beretania & Punchbowl Streets.
iSyLadics and gentlemen wishing to
assist in a charitable work are kindly
requested to send their contributions to
the rooms adjoining the Chamberlain
Honolulu, October 17, 1868. 03 8m
Brand Bazar !
Aticlton Sales by Lewis J, Levey.
A Rare uiortiity !
Under instruction from the Hon. 1L A.
Widemann, I will oflcr for sale
at Public Auction, at
On Monday, Nov. 26,
If not previously disposed of at pri".
vato talc, that certain pro
perly known as
"THE PAU LANDS," Waikiki,
Comprising 27 40 100 Acres, more or lew
In Fee Blinple. About 13 Acres of the
above arc stt out in Fish l' u Ib and aro
plcntlfylly Moclad with Mullet, Awa
and Carp, which are now ready for
mat Itct. Of ihe remaining Lands about
8 Acres are planted with Manicnlc Grabs
from which 8 crops aro harvest d an.
nunlly, yielding upon an averago 30 ti ns
por year. Tho place is will provided
with Mowing ilnchincs, Hiy Pressos,
Wagons, cto, and overjfhlDg that ap
pertains to a well equipped farm ; there is
A One-Story Framo Building,
Upon tho premises (nearly now , eon.
taining 3 Rooms with nil conveniences,
and at present occupied ns a malingers
residence. In addition to the above
thcro is a Leasehold of about 1 83-100
Acrts, with Buildings thereon, in tho
rear and imnudiiUulv adjoining the pro.
petty, which Is at present well Mocked
with Pigs nnd Poultry; fir which pin.
pose it ia peculiarly adapted.
On account of its nearness nnd easy
access to Honolulu, and tho cailv com
pletion of the Tramways to Waikiki,
this property offersunusunlliiducemeiiis
to parties wishing a safcTiud profitable
There are numerous Out-Bulldlngs on
C" For further p irtlculars apply to
F. Y. Macfatlane, or to
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
C8v td Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
By order of tho Cominiaifiners of Crown
Lands, tho Liibea of the fol
lowing Lamia for a
TERM OF FIFTEEN YEARS
Will be sold at Public Auction,
On MONDAY December 10, '88,
AT 1 O'CLOCK NO OX,
At tho Salesrooms of Lou ia J. Lovcy,
1 Haleohui, N. Konn, about 0 miles
North of Kailua by ro ,d, laud extends
from tho s ea to tho woods, portion near
tho upper Government road, good for
coffee raising, said to have a good sea
fishery, area about 1000 acres. Upset
2 Puaa 3, N. Kona, Remnant of
about 20 ucrca at the tea, mile south
3 Onouli 2, S Kona, containing 1165
acics, four miles fiom fuuwaloa Laud
ing. 4 Honomalino, S. Kona, Ahupuaa
near me ii.au line, ianu exKmls from
the tea to the upper ridge of the Kona
forest, landing good about 2 mi lea from
upper Government road, area about 3001
acres. Upset price, S250.
5 Olaa, Puna, Ahupuaa about 13
miles from tho town of Hilo, extends
along the Hilo woods to nearly the Vol.
cano of Kilnucn, good pnstuinge, area
54,200 acres. Upset price, 61R0.
6 Ponaliawal, Hilo, Sec. I, extends
from tho Halal HilU towards Maunaloa,
about 10 miles. Good for grazing pur.
poses, area 2,890 acrcj. Upset prico,
Sec II, remaining poitlon of the sea
frontage, containing about 8 or 10 acres.
Upset price, $100.
Sec. Ill, IV and VI, Remnants in
town, good Buildinjr Lots.
7 Polipoli, Wairhu, Cane and Kula
Lan 1. About CO acre,.
BAlamihi, Lahaina, Kulu Land and
Fiah Pond, contuluiug an area of 9i
9 Lapakeo, Lahaina, 20100 acres hi
10 Idkahi, Lahaina, Remnant of
11 Mokuinia, Lahaina, Fish Pond at
Walnee, makai of Church.
12 Waialua, Hana, good Pasture
Land, area about 800 acres. Upjqt
13 Naplli, Ka-inapali, Pasture Land,
about 100 acres.
O AH V :
1 4 i Kamooknhi, Kapalama, good
for taro and banana growiug, 1 Sd.100
1 5 M Kaukahoku, in 0 pieces, 8 41.
100 acre :
Apana 1, 584 acre,
Apana 2, S9S litre, 1 taro patch of
Apana 3, 398 acre, 2 lata patch of Kau
pall. Apana 4, 177 acre, 1 taro patch
Apana 0, 010 acre, 1 Uro patch.
Anani 0, 079 acre, 2 taro patch.
16-Pukele, Palolo Valley;
Sec. I, Taro nnd Pasturo Land, 162
Sec. II, makal part of Valley, Pas
ture Land, '&&. acres.
17 Waiomao, Palolo, TarQ and
Grazing Land at head of Valley,
area 748W acres.
IB roioice, JuaiciKi, remointng linif,
tarn land, 437 aero.
1 9 At Kuncohc, Knolaupoko :
(1) Part of Seo P, Pasturo Laud and
Fiah Fond near Mokapu, 353 acres.
(2) Sec. O, lemalnlng portion of Ka.
noliouluiwi. Pasturo and Fish Pond,
containing 5 acres,
(3) Seo, D, Kaluapuhi, Taro ami Kula
Land, 6 acres.
(4) Sec. D, 2, Kaluapahl, 1 15-100
(C) Sec. F, Wnlkalua waho, at sea,
Taro and Kula Land, 2(1 acres.
(0) Sec. G, Walkalua wah6, the lele
called Lannlla, Taro Land, 59.100 acie.
(7) Bee. H, Wnlkalua Lo, 01,100 acre.
(8) Sec. J, Keaalau, Lele of Walkalua,
ju 0Q.1OU acres,
Pond 8 acies, ro.
(0) Two Isiauils
of Mokumauu, off
S3T Further particulars of thenboro
Lnads, etc., may bo obtained at the
office f tho Commissioners of Crown
Lands, AlllolanI Hale.
OUims P. IATJKI5A,
Commlssiouor & Agent of Crown
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