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DAILY! BUpLBTIN WEEKLY SuhHABYt HONOLULU, II, I - tfOVHMBjjft 0, 18S81
Tho New York Chili 1ms won the
national league baseball champion
ship of the United States, and tho
St. Louis Club tho American Asso
ciation champion hip. Tho two
clubs, when the 7. -ulandia left were
competing for the world's champion
ship in a Bcries of games. Tho New
Yorks, Oct. 10th had won 3 and the
St. Louis 1. Following is a tabu-
tatcd statement showing tho result
of the games for the two champion
RATIONAL LEAGUr.. Won. Lost
KewYoiks 84 47
Chlcagos 77 58
Phlladelphlas 70 Gl
Bostons 70 C4
Detrolts (18 04
Plttsburgs (17 68
Indianapolis 4!) 80
Washlngtons 48 SO
AMl-.IUCAX ASSOCIATION. Won. Lost.
Bt. Louis 01 42
Brooklyns SO 51
Clnclnuatls iO 63
Athletics 78 52
Baltlmores DO 77
Cleveland's 48 SO
Louisvilles 4G 85
Kansas Cttys 43 87
Tuesday, Oct. 30.
iaf- Twenty loners were sent to Molo-
Tin: tower of the liomiin Catholic
Cathedral is undoigoing lepnirs.
Fotm poor Chinamen were fined in
thePolu'e Court this morning for
washing on Sunday.
Until fuither notice Mr. W. 11.
Gracnhalgh will closo his btore at
5:30. in. every day, Saturday ex
cepted. The Ewu expedition party returned
late yesterday afternoon without find
ing any truce of Aikualani and
TiiKtir. was a very heavy rain storm
during Monday night, accompanied
with thunder and lightning of the
most vivid nature.
Mn. W. II. Graenhalgli has com
pleted all anangenieuts for holding
ii Presidential election at liis store,
Fort street, Tuesday, Nov. Gth.
During the planters meeting this
morning the subject of holding an
agricultural show came up. Air. P.
C. Jones suggested ihoy hold a baby
His Excellency G. "W. Merrill;
Amciican Minister Resident, was
present at tho planters meeting this
morning to hear Col. Spalding's
Mn. Chas. N. Spencer, Inspector
General of Immigrants, leaves on the
Iwalnni to-morrow morning on a
tour of inspection through the dis
trict of Hamakiia, Hawaii.
According to the Vox Populi, of
Lowell, Mass., one of the most widely.
read jNow England weeklies, Mcsbrs.
.Raymond & AVhiteoinb, excursion
agents, ate arranging a special excur
sion from the East tj the Hawaiian
Islands for February.
Tun decision in tho Aki claim yes
terday was certainly a very shortonc
but it was so presented for the "relief
of the minds" of creditors of His
Majesty's estate. Later on the full
opinion of thu Court in the cabc will
be tiled, and will probably rank as
"unparalleled judicial longevity."
The new Atlantic steamer City of
New Yoik arrived at New York,
October 8th, after a passage of 0 days
12 hours. This is tho beet thiid-trial
"record in shipping annals. It is
thought the big steamer will later get
over the ocean voyage in a little over
five day?, and cany out tho promises
of her builder.
Mit. W. Eassie, (better known as
Billy) who erected the machinery of
the Electric Light Works and has
had charge of it until now, goes to
Kauai this evening, to take chargo of
the mechanical engineering depait
ment of Kealia mill. Mr. Eassie ful
filled liis duties faithfully and cfli
ciently in the position from which be
f has just retired, and will undoubtedly
do the samo in his new situation.
Wednesday, Oct. 31.
. of Schools, lelt yesterday lor an in
spection of tho schools on Maui,
Tmi'Post Office despatched by the
bark C. D. Bryant yesterday l.uau
letters and 425 packages of papers.
To-day was the birthday anniver
sary of tho King of Portugal, and
was noticed in this city by tho firingt
of salutes and hoisting of the diplo
matic and consular flags.
Thursday, Nov. 1.
A house on Union street is adver
, tiscd to bo let.
Two passengers left "for tho Vol
cano yesterday on the W, G. Hall.
This Portuguese Thilharmonic So
ciety will give a grand masquerade
ball, December 10th.
Very largo congregation assem
bled at tho special service at the
Roman Catholic Cathedral this
You do dot know what a good
bologna sausago is until you try one
made by Jas, Tinker at tho' City
Meat Market, Nuuanu street.
The sixth organ recital will bo
given at Kaumakapili Church, on
Friday evening, November Uth. Tho
programme will appear eaily noxt
; The Royal Hawaiian Band sere
naded the Portuguese Consul yester
day morning for one and a half
hours, in honor of tho birthday an
niversary of tho King of Portugal.
TiiKRK will be a grand concert in
Hid basement of Kaumakapili Chinch
guturday evening. Several native
singing clubs will take part and a
fiftxaphone quatetto will play two
THIS festival of All Saints was ob
served at St. Andiew's Cathedral
this' morning, At 0 o'clock there
was a full choral sprvico with an ad
dress by tho Rev, Georgo Wallace.
A good congregation was present.
The Haleakala Ranch Company
has accepted a charter of incorpora
tion and elected tho following olfl-
ccrs: President, L. A. Thurston;
Treasurer, 11. T. Baldwin ; Secretary
and Auditor, W. O. Smith.
Tub "Owl," which came out of the
printer's hands on Satmday hint, is
being Bold on tho stieets by carriers,
at 25 cents per copy. It may also
bo had at Mr. Giaonhalgh's book
store, Fort sticet. Tho little sheet
teems with local "hits."
Residents at Waikiki are very
anxious to know how they are going
to drivo in and out of town, if tho
tramway rails are to be laid in tho
centre of the road. But they aro not
to bo laid iu tho centre they are in
tended to occupy one side.
An Oakland paper of recent dates
says, Rev. E. P. Baker, formcil.V pas
tor of tho Tidal Congicgational
Church in this city, but more recent
ly of the Chinch in Hilo, Hawaii,has
returned here on a nix months' leave
of absence for his health. Ho is en
gaged to supply tho pulpit of tho
Green street Church, recently vacat
ed by Dr. N. . Lane.
Friday, Nov. 2.
New engagement, T. and F.
Sneak thieves havo been at work
at tho Station house.
The Punahou Preparatory school
is running a milk shako.
There wore seven deaths from
whooping cough during the month
The Post Ofllco dispatched by tho
W. II. Diniond 2G0 letters and 95
packages of papers.
The cottages attached to the Ha
waiian Hotel aro now all lighted with
the electric light.
The death rate for October was
lower than it has been for live years
during the same month.
Mr. Chas. M. Cooko brought with
him a splendid collection of views
which ho collected while abroad.
The S. G. Wilder made a quick
run from San Fiancisco, arriving
here this morning in twelve and a
Mr. Charles Lucas has bought
tho well-known trotting Btallion Al
bert L. for $500. He has a record of
2:22, and will be used for breeding
It looks as if quite a number of
Chinese would leave the kingdom
during this month. The Amy
Turner will take between 150 and
200, and other vessels will carry
Police Justice Dayton camo pretty
nearly earning a pair of white kid
gloves this morning, lucre was only
ono case on the docket and that was a
Chinaman charged with malicious
injury. At tho tequest of the pro
secution it was nolle pios'd.
A native named Ivalaniala was
Vesterdav fined $10 in the Police
Court for visiting upon a land set
apart for isolation and confinement
of lepers without written permission
The man went to the leper receiving
btation at Kakaako to see a filend
without an order.
One of tho sailors of the bark J.
C. Pfluger mot with a blight accident
this noon. One of the men while
workinc aloft let his knife fall, strik
ing tho bailor on tho forehead, inflict-
1!1 l WUU11U WII1U11 ijh;u luuuuuit-
bly. It was bandaged up and he
went to woik a short time after.
Has tho warehouse for the storage
of kerosene oil been removed from
its former location to Xuuaiiu street,
between Hotel and Chaplain streets,
as drayloads of oil aro reported to
havo been delivered there yesterday?
Tho attention of tho Firo Marshal is
respectfully called to the matter.
A spirited and interesting debate
on capital punishment took place in
tho Debating Club, last night. Mr.
A. Robertbon, one of the vice-presidents
of the Club, presided, and as no
members bad volunteered as leaders,
appointed Mr.Turrill and Mr. Latterly
to discharge tnoso junctions, neauy
every member present took part jn
the debate. The subject announced
for the next meeting is, "Resolved,
that the mortgaging of land is an
evil to society."
Saturday, Nov. 3.
IIilo has now a lady doctor ari"d a
It only waul? a little over seven
weeks to Chr-.vmas.
Thanksoivinq Day willprobably be
observed Thursday, November 2'Jth,
Ten lepers were brought fiom
Maui this morning, on the Likelike.
The "Friend" and tho "Anglican
Church Chronicle" for November aro
An addition is to bo mado to tho
reservoirs at tjio Half-way House,
The present number of tho "An
glican Church Chronicle," cndB tho
sixth year of its existence.
One of our young men is anxiously
awaiting tho arrival of a fair belle
from the land of Erin, on tho next
Tub Rev. V. II. Kitcat has been
efected t,ecretay of tho St. Andrew's
Church Association, in place of 0.
U. White, resigned.
The Captain and Officers of tho
U. S. S. Brooklyn will hold a recep
tion and dance on boaal on Wednes
day, between tho hours of 4 and 7
Mit. Alfred Evelyn Slaley, son of
the Right Rev. Bishop Btnley foim
erly of Honolulu, was nwwed le
contly in England to Miss Flora
An interesting letter on a day
spent in Japan appears in tho Angli
can Chronicle for this month from
tho pen of Harry von Ilolt.lato snort
ing editor of that paper,
At tho well known Beaver Saloon,
quite an elaborato bill, of fare is now
offered morning and ovoning. Be
fides thu usual dauties, chops, steak,
fish, etc., etc,, are to bo hud.
L. J. Levibon has jpt fehirtcd out
in the milk-shake business. A wagpp
is neatly fitted up with tho necessary
apparatus and coidials. Levisou is
quite baiitfililio of succcch, and says
thoio is millions in it.
Mahtkr Arthur Wilder, son of Mr.
J. K. Wilder, has written an osi-ay
on tho Presidential election which is
highly creditablo to him, Arthur is
a staunch Democrat and gives his
rc.ibons why Cleveland should ho
T. B. Murray who was charged
with aiding and abetting desorting
seamen, was brought up for judg
ment this .morning. Police Judge
Dayton discharged him as ho did not
think tho defendant had guilty
knowledge that tho sailors wcro dc
scrtcis. To-dAy being tho thirty-sixth an
niversary of tho birth of theJJm-
peror of Japan, was observed in this
city by Hying tho diplomatic and
consular flags. The Royal Hawaiian
band serenaded Mr. Taro Ando, the
Japanese consul, at his residence,
An old mttivo Woman, a resident
of Kalihi Valley, whilo coming to
town on horseback this, morning, was
run against at Lelco by a Chinese
poi cart and dismounted. So far aB
known, no bones wore broken, but
the old woman was badly biuiscd
and shaken, and quite incapacitated
lOr 10CUI11UIIUU. OlIU WUB JIIUUVUMIII
at a walking pace and near tho side
walk when the accident occurred.
Monday, Nov. 5.
Another engagement, M. and W.
Majors Sam Parker and W. it.
Cornwell are in town.
November 16th is tho King's birth
day. Will thero be a regatta?
Have patience and you will hear
part of Pationco tho latter end of this
Capt. Fclhbehr has been visiting
every store in the city to-day exam
There was a very small attendance
at tho concert in the basement ef the
Kaumakapili church Saturday even
ing. There was a very heavy freshet at
tho Btieam, Hanalei, Kauai, last
Monday. Considerable damage was
The appointment of J. C. White
as Fire Marshftl has been officially
announced by the Chief Engineer
of the Fire Depaitment.
Cavt. Hopkins came acroES a
Chinaman Sunday, enjoying a quiot
smoke of opium in the Chinese
Thealio. He was arrested.
A native on horseback collided
with a hack Sunday evening, and re
ceived a nasty wound on the left leg.
He was taken to tho Queen's Hospi
tal and is loing well.
The temperance meeting for men
in Brewer's block Saturday evpping,
was well attended. Tho meeting was
iaddressed by Revs. Geo. Wallace, D?.
Beckwith and others.
During the last voyage of the
Alden Besse, Capt. Cousins, from
British Columbia to Kahului, a sea
man named J. A. Lockwood was
washed overboard and lost during a
A Portuguese charged with drunk
enness this inorning was askud what
he had, to say. "I only took five
glasses' your Honor, and then the
policeman arrested, rue," was the
The Hon. Chas. R. Bishop, Presi
dent of the Board of. Education
evidently takes a deep interest in tho
educational matters of the Kingdom,
as ho spends n large portion of nearly
every day in the Education office.
It" is icportcd that owing to the
late rains the Pali road, from whero
the macadamised pait ends, is in
very, bad condition all tho way to the
Pali. Traffic is said to bo much re
tarded, and the mud is unusually
His Majesty the King paid a vjsit
to tho U. S. S. Brooklyn this morn
ing and was received with the usual
honors. His Majesty was attended
by Mr. Jas. W. RobertBon, Vice
Chamberlain and Majors J. D. Holt
and II. F. Bcrtelmann,
The officers of tho Honolulu Typo
graphical Union No. 37 for tho en
i suing six months, elected at a meet
ing held Saturday evening arc :
President . .W. M. Poinroy
Yice-President J. J. Williams
Secretary. . , , J. J. Greene
Treasurer W. S. Brash
B Stephens, FMpnls, Mrs J F Smith,
Miss U Trcglonn, Miss Lcvcquc, Jas D
For Maul and Hawaii per steamer
Khun, Oetno-Ills I onor Justice R F
Blckerlon and Mis Clckeitbti. Ashford
Spencer, A Harrison, lion A Rosa, MRs
Hitchcock, Uou D 11 llllelicoek and
wife, W W Gootlalc, J A l'almcl- and
wife, O Crolghton, W U Aelil, Hon E H
Bailey, U II Judd, Jr A T Atkinson, W
Whiting, EP Low and wife, lion II P
Baldwin an t 00 deck.
For tho Volcano and way-ports per
stmr W O Hall, Oct 31 For the Vol
cano: 11 Wilcox and .1 K Kenedy. For
other ports: Mr Smith, Mr Wood, Mr
Thompson, E L Brltto, Air Jones, Mrs
Jlaknkoa, D 11 Nahlnu, Mr Hutchinson,
Mr Cation, Miss E Paris, Mrs Akana,
JMlss A Uronkc, jus Aciu ami sister iu
For Kauai) per Btmr Mlknhala, Oct 30
S W Wilcox and wife, Mrs J Kamlo,
Rev J B Hauaike and wife. Mr Lesser,
MrSSclieinmclfeiilg,Mr Kidamn, 4 Chi
nese, and 80 deck.
For Kllaliea and Hanalei, per stmr
AValalcalc, Oct 30 M r Mullcr.
From a circuit of Oahu, per Btmr C R
Bishop, Oct 31 J P Kama, Mr Kalel-
kali, and 21 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Jas Makeo, Oct
31 W Eassie.
For Ilatnakua, per Btmr Iwalatil, Oct
31 J M Horner.
For San Francisco per bktno W H
Binioud, Nov 2 M Gousalvcs'.'
From Bremen), per bark J C Pfluger,
Nov 249 Germans between the ages of
40 years and 7 months.
From San Francisco, per bktuo S Q
Wilder, Nov 2 J B Waller, Capt Ills
seu, Mrs Ilisseu, Mrs Wagner, Mrs
MelCay, O L Crabbo, E L Criibbc, K H
Grilibe and Master Grabbc.
From Kahului and way ports, per
stmr Likelike, Nov 3 W liorlowitz, W
C Peacock, Sam Ken, W A Hailay, Ah
Pang, (! Day. Mrs W O Wilder and son,
F Vaugham, Capt Cousins. Miss Lamb,
T R Lucas, 10 lepers, 1 prisoner, 1
officer and 51 deck,
From windward ports per simr' Kl
nan, Nov 4 W W Goodale, II ' Blshbp,
,Kvong Wo Ket, Hon Sam Parker and
wife, bam Macy, Mis Mar Low. F II
Austin. GG Akina. "am Knhdau. Vainr
W II Cmnwi-ll, ll.Kullicluiil. EBieleu-'
berg, N Htilbeit, A T Atkinson,
J F Drown and wife, I Wolters and
wife, v peine, wife and 3 clUdreti,aridi
From Kauai .and Niihau per stmr
'Mlkabalu, Nov 4 A Brown and wife,
(Jlev'O H Nngeat and wife. J Thompson,
W O Dart, O Hcdeinann, J Katsura, M
Auwanaaml 37 deek,
Fiom Kauai per utmr WaialealB, Nov
4 E Macfle, wife, child and nurse, and
winds, August ptlt sighted and passed
Capo Horn, mountain tops covered with
snow. Can led N to N W winds to latl
tudo 10 deg S longitude 85 dog W,
whore wd met (he S 15 trades which
were light add ballllng throughout.
Crossed tho equator In longitude 121
drg W on tho 0th of October Lost tho
S lJ trades in latitude 5 deg N longitude
128 W. Took tho N E tiades in latitude
lOdngN longltiido 12(J dfcg W. From
the time of IbaVhig Nantaskct Roads
until tho S E trades were encountered
in the Pacific had only 10 das of fair
wind. Sighted Hawaii on Friday morn
ing and mado Honolulu the following
day at daylight. Captain Johnson was
formerly hi command of tho bark
Edward May, and Captain Newell hav
ing been promoted to tho new Hawaiian
iron bark Foohlng Suey now on tho way
from Glasgow to San Francisco, Cap
tain Johnson was ordered from Manila
to return and jolu tho Amy Turnei.
There were 7 steamers and 90 sailing
vessels sighted on the voyage from
The bktno S G Wilder arrived lids
moinlng, 121 days from Son Francisco
Xiic outno w u unnonu took lor Ban
Frdnclscd to-day, 2,1)62 bags sigr, 103
bunches bananas, 3,522 bags rice, 4G
bbls of molasses and 1 bag coffee.
Tlio bark John Nicholson. Captain
William Qutnc, arrived yesterday 52
days from Hongkong and was docked at
the old Custom House wharf. She
brought GOO'tons Chinese merchandise,
and 4 Chinese steerage passengers.
Sailed from Hongkong September 10th.
Reports having experienced ronah
weather for the most part of the pas
sago. During the last ton days, when
near these islands, thunder, rain and
lightning wore hart, -with . stronc wind
I from the southeast.
The bnrkontlno 8 G Wilder, Cnptain
A 11 Paul, arrived yesterday, 12 days
from San Francisco, with about 1,200
tons general merchandise; also G Dur
ham and Jersey cows for Captain Nis
seii. Had fine weather and fresh trades
the entire pasage. The Wilder comes
consigned to Mesrs. l- A . Fchaefcr &
Co. and is docked at Brewer's wharf.
The steamer W G Hall beat the
steamer Iwalaul in the race frqm Hono
lulu to Lahalna, Tuesday, by 20 minutes,
Auction Salos by Lowis J. LoYcy.
WHY HE DID
NOT GO TO THE HOSPITAL.
Under instruction from the Hon. 11. A.
WideuuiQii, 1 will offer for sale
at Public Auction, at
On Monday, Nov. 26,
If not previously disposed of at pii
vato sale, that certain pro
perty known as
"THE PAU LANDS," Waikiki,
Comprising 27 40-100 Acn-s uioieorlcss
in Fee tiimplo About 12 Acres f I he
above ate set out in Fish Ponds and nre
pleutifylly slocked with Mullet, Awa
and Carp, which nre now ready for
mm ket. Of the remaining LiiihIh about
8 Acres are planted with Mantenle Gras
from which 8 crops are harvested an.
ndally, yieldlug upon an average 30 ns
per year. Tho place is well provided
with Mowing Machines, Hwy Pressed.
Wagons, etc, and everything that ni
pertainstoa,woll equipped larm; there U
A One-Story Frame Building,
Upon tho premises (nearly new , con.
tnining 3 HOoms with all convculences,
and at present occupied as a managers
residence. In ndilitlon to tho almvo
'there is a Leasehold of about 1 83-100
Acres, with BuilriinsH thereon, In the
tear and Iin m- dhiteh adjoining the tro.
petty, which is ut pro,-cnt well stocked
with Piga ami Poultry, for. which pur
pose it in peculiarly adapted.
On ncciiunt of its nearncps and easy
access to Honolulu, and tho early com
pletion of tho Tramways to Waikiki,
this property off era unusual Inducements
to parties wishing a sale and profitable
There are numerous Out-Bulldlngs on
the premises. '
Sgy For further p uticulars apply to
F. W. Macfarlane, or to
dii-g;tCH froiu Ishuicl l'oi-tn.
Stmr C R B shop G37 bags lice.
Stmr Kaala COO hags sugar, 1,700 bags
Schr Haleakala 280 bags sugar.
Stmr Kilauea Hou 2920 bags sugar
Stmr Likelike 180 bags sugar and 1
Kinau 1,115 bags sugar, 115 bags
spuds, 59 bags corn, 1D0 bdls hides,
G horses, and 140 pkgs sundries
Mikahaja J,2iio bags sugar, SO bags of
, rice, 14 hides and 2 horses.
Jas Makec 200 bags rice.
AValaleale 40 bags rlee.
lwalani 2,250 b.igs sugar.
Lehua SO head or cattle.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
f 8v td
Schr Mille Morris from Koolau
Stmr Kaala from Waianac and Waialua
Stmr 0 R Bishop from Koolau
Oct 3 r
Schr Haleakala from Pepeekco
Schr Josephine from Ewa
Stmr Kahniloa frtfm Lahalna
Schr Addle Ilaseltino from San Fran
cisco Nov 2
Bark J O Pfluger from Bremen
Bktue S G Wilder, 12 days from San
Stmr Kilauea Hou from Hamakpa
British bark John Nicholson from Hong-
Stmr Kaala from Waialua and Walanae
Stmr J ACummhis from Koolau
SchrRainbow fiom Koolau
Stmr Likelike from Mnul
StniF Uokolil fiom Moinkai
Schr Mol W'ahluo froip Kohala
Btmr Kinau for Hilo and way ports at
4 p m
Stmr Mlkahala for Kauai at 5 p in
Bk O 1) Bryaut for !?nn Francisco
btmr Wnlalcalo for Kauai at C p in
Schr MUlo Morris for Kooluu
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr W G Hall for Lahalna, Maalaca,
Kotia, Kau and tho Volcano at 10
o'clock a m
Stmr lwalani for Luhaiua and Hamakua
at 10 a m
gohr Kaulkoaoull for Kauai
Stmr Kaala for Waialua and W).anae
at 0 a m
Bktne W II Diniond for San Francisco
at 0 a m
Stmr O R Bishop for Walanae, Waialua
and Koolau at 9 a m
Echr Haleakala for Pepeekeo
For Maui, per stmr LJkcllkc, Oct 29
Hon W R Castle, Master W R Cafctle, A
L Casljp, V Hamlll, Mhs IE Lamb,Mrs
J 31 Kon, and about Bo depk.
For San Franclbco, per 0 J) Bryapt,
Oct 30 Honry Coup, wife and child, u
The American, barkentinp Amelia,
Captain William Ne'whall, arrived from
Port Townsend, W T, on Saturday even
ing, Oct 27th, 21 days, with 492,000 feet
lumber, 100,0o0 shingles, and 20 coids
wood for Messrs Alien & Robinson. Re
ports having expciienced a very severe
gale from southeast to southwest on the
Tho Hawaiian bark W B Godfrey,
Capt'iinR Dabel, imivedou Sunday,
Oct 28th, 24 days from Departure Bay,
B O, with 910 tons coal to Messrs C
Brewer & Co. Met the . mciicau whal
ing bark T Allen off Lower California,'
117 dnys out from Chili bound for San
The Godfrey was towed out of San
Francisco harbor iu company with the
bark Alden Basseo bound for Nanaimo,
B C. Both an Wed there on the same
day; took in coal and sailed on the same
day lor tnese islands, the w n ijouirey
for Honolulu, and the Alden Besse for
The bark C D Bryant took fur t-an
Francisco this p m, 0,084 bags sugar,
valued at $51,223.20; 200' bags lice,
valued at $1,1)00; 100 bunches bananas,
valued at 50 and 027 empty barrels and
1,057 empty pases,
ARRIVALS AT SAN FKANCIj3CO ;
Oct 2Uth, U S S Vandalia, 20 days
from Honolulu; Oct 19th, bktno S N
Castle, 18 days from Honolulu.
From San Francisco Oct 15, schr
Anna for Kahului.
Projected departures from fan Fran
cisco S S Australia on Jfovpth; bktnes
Planter and S G Wilder, brig Consuelo
Auckland Oct 15thj S S Mariposa,
Port Townsend Oct 15th, bark Ata
lauta from Honolulu.
Hongkong Oct 10th, bark Johu Ni
cholson for Honolulu.
' Oct 31
Tho Steamers W G Hull and lwalani
left at 10 o'clock this morning for a race
to Lahalna, Maui. Tho Hall took tho
lead by several lengths When the
steamers were off Waikiki they were
the same dlstanco apart as in the start.
The Hall has just come off tho Marino
Railway; the lwalani was cleaned about
0 days ago, Neither vessel seemed to
gaiu a fool and a close race la expected,
a telephone message fiom L-lmoud
Head, shortly after 11 o'clock, said that
the lwalani had got ahead of the Hall,
just beyond tho Head.
The bark Forest Queen has been
moved to the lutcr-Island Company's
wharf to receive sugar.
The bark Amy Turner, Captain C O
Johnson, arryefSap.ud,ay, Oct 27, 153
days from Boston. She brought about
1,700 tons of cargo, including 0,000 cases
of kerosene oil In transit for Manila.
Tho Amy Tinner left Boston May
24th, anchored in Nantasket roads samo
day; was wind-bound thero 4 days,
After leaving tho roads had several days
of light southerly winds and foggy
weather. .luucOth, latitude 33 deg 09
mln N, longitude 41 deg 2 mln W pass
ed the wreck of tho brlgantlno Warrpn
W, of I Imrlottetown, P E I, water log
ged and dismasted. Took tho N E
trades, in latituue ou ueg jm longuuuo
GLADE In this city, Nov. 3, to tho
wife of II. F. Glade, a son.
COWAN At Ilumal.uapoko, Maui,
Oct. 28th, to the wife of James Cowan,
YIVAS In Honolulu, October 31st,
to the wife of J. M. Vivas, ason.
DESHA At Karalama, Honolulu,
November 2d, Mrs. 1 aika Desha, cou
Fort of the late Kentucky Langhern
Desha, and beloved mother of Rev
htcphen L. Desha, Geoige L. Desha
and Mrs. Miriam Kcau, aged about GO
' Foreign Parcels Express,
HPHE undersigued are now prepared
X to forward parcels through Pitt &
Scott's Loudon Agency, to all parts of
Europe, Asia and Africa; anil also to
Australasia direct, and to the South' Sea
Islands via Australian or Now Zealand
ports. Tanu lRtCs, which are remark,
ablv model ate, have recently been fur
nished and may be learned upon appli
cation. Parcels or heavy fieiuht can also bo
sent for and brought to Honolulu from
any pai t of Em ope through Pitt & Scott's
Agency, and mavbo insuied at the port
of dep.it turn if desired. Special orders
for Kuropcjin goods can be placed by
Pill &, t-cott in England or through their
agents in oilier punt, of Euiopej and the
packages forwarded by any route that
is best", at l educed heavy fieight rateB if
the paokages are la'ge
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Hawaiian Agents Pitt te Scott's
Exptess. 78 lm 59w2t
AUCTION SALE OF
Grown LaM Leases!
By order of the Cominkss-ioucrs of Crown
Lands, tho Lease of the fol
lowing Lands for a
TERM OF FIFTEEN YEARS
Will ueisoid at Public Auction,
On MONDAY, December 10, '88,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOO.V,
At the Salesropnis of Lewis J. Levev,
Tax Collector's Notice !
District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu.
TAX Payers in this district are hereby
notltled that the taxes of I lie cur
rent year will be due and payable at the
oftlec of the undersigned, No. 88 Mer
chant street, UiIb city, on the 1st day of
November, A. D 18S8 Ofllco open from
8 a. M. to fi i m. doily. ' Any person de
Biring to pay his taxes before the above
mentioned dote can do so at the codec,
tor's ofllce as abovo indicated.
EgyAll amounts remaining unpaid
after the 15th day of December next will
bo liable to an additional 10 per cent
and costs of collection
CHAS. T. GULICK,
TnX Collector. District of Honolulu.
Honolulu, Oct 25, lb88. 82.0t5!Mt
1 Halcohui, N. Konn, about 0 mile,
North of Kallua ly ro d, land cxtemls
from the foa to the wumln, j onion near
the upper Government road, good foi
coffee raising, said fo htve a yood t-en
fishery, area about 1000 acres, Upset
2 Puaa 3, N Kona, Remount of
about ?0 acres at the tea, mile south
3 Ououli 2, S. Komj, containing 11C5
acics, four miles from Kaawalr.a L'uul
.ng. 4 Honomalino, S. Kona, Ahupilaa
near the Kau line, innd ex'inls.lrom
the sea to tho npjiir. ridge of the 'Komi
forest, landing gocd nbnni 2 iiii'Vfr from
upper Government roall, area about 300i)
acres. Upset prie'e, S2fi0.
5 Olaa, Puna, Aliupn-m about. 1.1
miles from the town of Hilo, extends
along the Hilo woods to neaily the Vol
cano of Kilauea, good pfinruge, area
54.2G0 acres.. Upset price, 9 lC0i
6 Ponaliawai,.Hilo, Si; I, extends
from the Hulal Hilh towards Maiuntlii,
about IU miles Good for grazing pur
poses, area 2,890 acres. Upset pi ico,,
Sec II, remaining poition ofi the sen
frontage, containingnlioul 8 or 10 acres
Unset piicc, 9100.
Bee. Ill, IV and VI', R.-mininis in
town, good Building LoIp.
M ATJI :
7 Polipoll, Waii hu, Cace anl Kula
LonJ. About. Gl) at le.
8 Abimihi, Luhuluu, Kula Laud and
Fish' Pond, containing an area of 0
9 Lapakea, Lnhaina, 20-100 acres in
10 IllUnlii, Lahaina, Remnant of
about H acic.
11 Slokiiinla, Lahaina, Fish Pond at
Waitiec, makai ct Church.
12 Waialua, Han-i, good Pasture
Land, areiii about 00 acres. Upset
13 Napill, Kaanapa.li, Pasture Land,
about 400 acre?.
1 4 H Kamookahi, Kapalama, good
for taro and banana growing, 1 8d-100
15 Yi Kaukahnku, In 6 pieces, 8 44
100 ncre I
Apana 1, 584 acre,
Apana 2, 59G acie, 1 taro patch of
Apana 3, 398 acre, 2 taro patch of Kau
pall. Apana 4, 177 acre, 1 taro patch of
Apana 5, 090 acre, 1 taro patch
HE COULD I.EA1" TltUOUGH Tim A1K.
MY object in writing is two-fold :
to express my gratitude for a ,
great benefit, and to tell n short story
which cannot fall to interest tho
feolings of many others. It is nil
nbout myself, but I lmvo remarked
that when a man tells the honest
truth about himself ho id nil tho
inoro likely to bo of ubc to his fol-low-crcaturca.
To begin, then, you
must know I had long been more or
less subject to attacks of bronchitis,
a complaint that you aro aware is
very common and troublesome in
Great Britain in certain seasons of
the year. Somo months ago I had
a very severe turn of it, worse, I
think, than I cycr had before. It
was probably brought on by my
catching cold, as wc aro all npt to
do when wc least expect it. Weeks
passed by, and my troublo proved
to be very obstinate. It would not
yield to medicine, and as I also be
gun to havo violent, racking pains in
my limbs and back, I became great
ly alarmed. I could neither cat nor
sleep. If I had been a feeble, sick
ly man, J should havo thought less
strangely of it; but as, on the con
trary,' I was hearty and robust, I
feared some now and terrible thing
had got hold of me, which might
make my strength of no avail against
it. I say, that was the way I
Presently I could not even lie
down for the pain all over my body.
I asked my doctor what he thought
of my condition, and be frankly,
"I am sorry to have to tell you that
you are getting worse!" This so
frightened my friends, as well as
myself, that they sad "7.7toma,
you must io to (he Hospital ; it
min be your only chance for life!"
But I didn't want to go to the
hospital. Who does, when he
thinks he can possibly get along
without doing it? I am a labouring
man, with a large family depending
on me for support, and I might al
most as well be in my grave as to
be laid on my back in a hospital
unable to lift a hand for months,
or God onlj' knows how long. Right
at this point I had a thought flash
across my mind like a streak of sun
shine in a cloudy day., I had heard
and read a good 'ileal about Mother
Seigel's Curative Syrup, and I re
solved, before consenting to be
taken ,to the hospital, I would try
that wellknown remedy. On this I
gave up the doctor's medicine and
began taking the Syrup. Mark the
wonderful result 1 I had taken but
three doses withintwenty-four hours
when I was sefzed with a fit of
coughing, and threw up the phlegm
and mucus voff my, cGest by the
mouthful. The Syrup has loosened
and broken it up. Continuing with
the Syrup, the racking pain, which
I beiievo came from the bitter and
poison humors in my blood and
joints, soon left mc entirely, and I
felt like going to sleep, and I did -
sleep sound and quiet. Then I felt
hungry, with a natural appetite, and
as I ate I soon got strong and well,
I felt I epirfd leap through-tfte
air with ileliijhtl
In a week 1 was able to go to my
work again. It doesn't seem possi
ble, yet it is true, and the neigh
bours know it. There arc plenty
of witnesses to prove it. And,
therefore, when I say I preach the
good news of the great power of
Seigel's Syrup to cure pain and di
sease far and wide, nobody will
wonder at me.
75, Military-road, Canterbrry,
Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup
is for sale by all chemists and ruedi
cine vendors ; and by the Proprie
tors, A. J. White, Limited, 35, Far-ringdon-road,
London' E. C, Eng.
Under the Patronage of Her Majesty
40 deg W, and lost them In latitude
deg N, loimlitido 27 deg W. Had 7 days
of ecpiatoijal doldrums, Took tl,o S B
trades In latitude 3 deg 8 and longltudp
25 W, ( roeecd tho equator in longltudp
28 deg W Juno 30t)i. Lost heS 14 trades
iu latitude 20 deg S longitude 88 deg
W. Was 21. days from 50 deg 8 in the
Atlantic to CO deg S in tho Paolflo with
nhnyat a constant huoccs3ou of heat
AhaM Hooulu & Hoola LaMi
Will opon tho(r Grand Ba.ar, for tho
benellt of the Society
Oil Satnrflay, Jan. 5, 1889,
HONOLULU RIFLES ARMORY,
Cor. Beretanja & Punchbowl Streets,
Sloam Works, Sunny South,
Tele.: Bell 186, Mutual 245;
Dcpot,28 Merchant Street, '
Tele: Bell 172, Mutual 360.
Jgy-Ijadles and gentlemen wiehing to
asblst In a pharltahle work aro kindly
requested to send their contributions to
tho rooms adjoining the Chamberlain
Jlonolulu, October 17, 1868, OS Dm.
Apari'i ft, o it) asre, a taro patch.
16 rukelc, Palolo Valley:
Bee. I, Taro and Pasturo Land, 1G3
Bco. II, makal part of Valley, Pas
turo Land, 80 acres.
17 Waiomao, j'alolo, Taro aud
Grazing Land at head of Valley,
area 74HK acres.
18 Poloke, Makikl, remaining half,
taro laud, 437 acru,
19 At Kaneohe. KoolanpoUo;
(!) Part ot See P, Pasiiuo Iitiud and
Flali Pond near Mokanu, 353 acres,
(?) See, O, rejiininiug portion of Ka
nohoululwl. Pasturo and Pish Poud,
containing 5 acres.
(3) Sec. D, Kahmpuhi, Taro and Kula
L .iihI; B acres.
(4) Sec. D, 2, Ksluapuhl, 1 15,100
(5) Bcc. F, WnUalua waho, at sea,
Tarn ami Kula Land', 20 acres,
(0) Sec. O, Walkalua waho, the lelo
called Lanalla, Taro Land, 50-100 acre.
(7) Pec. II, Walkalsia Lolv0l.l00 acre.
() Sso. J, Keaalau.Leleof Walkalua,
60 65.100 acres, FUh Ppnd 8 acres, ro.
maindcr irood nasturaco at sea.
(0) Two, Isiaudj of Mokumanu, off;.
XST Further particulars of the above
Lands, etc., may ho obtained at tho
ofllco sf the Commissioners of Crown
Lauds, Alliolatii Hale,
CURTIS P. IAUKKA.
Commissioner & Agent of Crown
M2WI8 J, JL.EVEY,
Patent GIums Valve Bottles
CAPACITY 1,000 DOZEN PERDAY.
The only English Apparatus making
And Pure, Strong Effervescing
afiyOrdors delivered to any part of
tho city, Island orders solicited, 88 tf
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