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A mooting of the Hawaiian Base
ball Loaguo was held last Thursday
when a committee was appointed to
meet the Alaincd i with the two
American baseball teams on board.
Arrangomcnts will io made to have
an exhibition gaino played here and
n subscription list has been started.
Adam Manson better known as
"Scotty" a sailor on board the Con
suelo was killed on the whaif at San
Francisco the clay before the vessel
left. A large iron tank fell strik
ing him on the head, death being
instantaneous. Manson had been in
the employ of the Oceanic Company
for a long time and was a good and
THE KALAKAUA LEAKS.
On Sunday afternoon the bark
Kalaknun which had been leaking
for some time past, began to settle
down in theharbor. It was found
necessary to call in the services of
the Fire Department and No. 1
Engine was despatched to pump the
water out" of the hold which was
seven feet deep. After half an
hours work ihc feed pump gave
way, and No. 5 Engine was brought
into requisition. All the water was
pumped out before the engine left.
AN IMPORTANT RULING.
Two hack diivcrs, John Brown of
the Pantheon and Tom King of the
Fashion Stables, weic arrested last
evening by Captain Larsen for rac
ing with their horses on King street.
Judge Dayton lined Brown $20 .and
ordered no new license to be issued
to him at the expiration of his pre
sent one. . Tire same sentence with
the exception of the line was passed
upon King. His "Honor in giving
judgment stated that hereafter if
any person drove around a corner
faster than ah ordinary walk, he
should consider them guilty of fu
rious and heedless driving upon a
A FLYING TRIP.
The brigantine Consuelo, Capt.
Robertson came into port early this
morning, having made the trip from
San Francisco in the quick time of
9 days 20 hours.- She leit the latter
port November 1st at 3 p. in., and
experienced fine weather with strong
N. E. trades until the 9th when they
were light and remained so to port.
Capt. Hobertson was warnily con
gratulated on making such a quick
passage. He states that the Austra
lia was to sail on her regular time
the Gth. The Consuelo brought one
passenger, Mr Gallagher a school
ACCIDENT TO CAPT. KIBLING.
Mr. Harry Walker, engineer at
Pepeekeo will, called this morning
to tell us of an accident which oc
curred to Capt. Kibling of the
schooner Halcakala, one day last'
week at Pepeekeo. They were dis
charging freight in lough weather
when a bale of hay struck the Cap
tain, breaking the right leg just
above the ankle. Fortunately Dr.
Mouritz was at the landing and he
at once went on board the schooner
and sot the leg. The Haleakala ar
rived in port Sunday morning and
the "Captain was taken to his home.
Dr. McGrcw was called and found
that the leg had been set very well
by Dr. 'Mouritz. Capt. Kibling is
easy and comfortable to-day, but it
will be several weeks before he will
be able to get out and around.
On Satuiday afternoon about 3
o, clock a horse attached to a bi ake
driven by a native, got beyond the
control of the driver on Merchant
street and dashed up Bethel street
a.t a furious rate. It tried to turn
on to King street but was going too
fast and collided with the front of
Hopp's store breaking a pane of
glass while the cairiago was smash
ed to pieces. The driver was not
hurt at all but looked badly scared
when ho crept out of tho ruins. The
horse ran into Hopp's j'ard and after
scattering things around in a lively
manner, bolted out of the yard on
to King street and then collided
with a horse ridden by a native boy,
tho latter being thrown off. Both
horses after the collision ran away
and were only stopped with diffi
NEWS BY THE KINAU.
Purser Becklcy of the Kinuu re
ports all the mills along the Ilama
kua coast grinding, and fine weather.
The Union and Ilawi mills are stor
ing sugar in the new warehouse at
Mahukona which will bo Bhippcd
direct to San Francisco early next
month. T,bo Kinnu brought some
of the first crop from the Laupa
hochoo mill. Purser Becklcy in
speaking of the earthquake said it
occurred at Hilo at 5:45 p. m. on
Thursday. IIo was sitting on tho
veranda at the residence of a friend
smoking a, cigar when he felt a rum
bling motion and saw his hat which
was on tho hat rack moving. It
took him very little time to get to
the road and while he was doing
that the earthquake -was at its
height. It was the heaviest shock
experienced on Hawaii in a Jong
time. The next morning nt 2 o'clock
another lighter shock was felt. Tho
volcano was evidently very active
Thursday night a.s a bright reflection
could bo seen in that vicinity from
the deck of tho Kinnu.
Tho New York "Star" baB
solit'to Qeorge E, Dowries. ,
Tuesday, Nov. G.
Mn. W- II. Cathcart looks well af
ter his trip to Tahiti.
Tin: filling tip and grading ot Ala
koa strcot is approaching completion.
Hon J. A. Cummins is out again
after being confined to the house for
Thk U. S. S. Brooklvn will proba
bly leave the day after the urtival of
the Australia. . Ci?
Tun President of tho Boaul of
Health has gone for an official lour
of tho Island of Jluui.
J. E. Biiown & Co.'s soda-water
stand at Emma Square was broken
into sometime Inst night, and prop
The Minister of Interior calls for
Vendors for tho construction of an
intersecting ditch on tho slopo of
Punchbowl, hill. "
Yestkrday was Guy Fawkcs' Day.
An enthusiastic Britisher on Picbaid
slicct fired off crackers during tho
evening in honor of the event.
Mn. Thomas lvrouse, tho now pro
prietor of the Eagle House, has just
had this first class family lesort
thoroughly renovated, and is now
prepared to receive guests.
Tnc police cleared out the milk
shakes from the band concert at
Emma Square, last night, to the de
light of those who objected to tho
introduction of discord into tho
Cait. Felhbehr and Messrs. Nou
man and V. V. Ashford leave on tho
Kinuu this evening for AVaimca, Ha
waii, to attend the term of Circuit
Court which opens to-day, before Mr.
The officers of the Waikapu Sugar
Company elected for the ensuing
year arc: President. AV, H. Corn
woll; Vice-President, H. It. MacfaT
lane; Secretary, "V. M. Graham;
Auditor, F. AV. Macfarlane.
Wednesday, Nov. 7.
The International lestaurant, Ma
rino street serves excellent meals at
A MANUSCiurT weekly newspaper
has been started in Kalihi. valley, by
an enterprising native.
An English school has recently
been opened by a native Hawaiian
near the top of Kalihi valley.
Tun Royal Hawaiian band soic
naded Mrs. Dominis Sr., at her resi
dence, Washington place, this morn
ing. Mn. G. West has leased his Wai
kiki residence to Mr. Graenhalgh,
and is now back with his family at
Mu. A. T. Atkinson, Inspector
General of Schools, left last evening
for an inspection of the Government
schools on Kauai.
Major Wodehouse, II. B. M.'s
Commissioner, visited tho Flagship
Swift sure yesterday afternoon, the
usual salute being iircd.
A granu clearing out sale of mil
linery is now going on at Miss Chill
burg's store, Fort street, to make
room for new holiday goods.
' J. L. Lkvison docs not intend to
disturb the band concerts with his
milk shaking machine, so hereafter
will only sell ice cream, a superior
Considerable amusoiuent was
caused by members of the Brooklyn
and ilaw.iiiaw bands, yesteiday af
ternoon, on Fort stiect. They sang
selections from well-khown conipos
ei s, while a member of the Brooklyn
band beat time.
"Cleanliness is next to godliness,"
ns the old Saw has it. But a gen
tleman finftly clad Can scarcely be
considered properly drebsed for tho
drawing loom, unless his boots have
leceived one of those dazzling shines
at tho bootblack stand at tho Hawai
ian Hotel. The daily and weekly
papers are also for ealo there.
Thursday, Nov. 8.
Another engagement, S. and L.
Two men-of-wars-men had a lively
set-to on the wharf this morning.
A number of members of llono-
. lulu Engine Company No. 1, have
been suspended for being in aireais.
Mr. F. Horn lias the thanks of tho
Bulletin staff for a very liberal sup
ply of bis excellent ice cream and
The band played on the Post Of
fico veranda this morning, a capital
programme of music which was ap
preciated by the business portion of
One half of the men of II. B. M. S.
Swiftsiuo will come ashore on Mon
day, to stiotoh their legs and take in
tho sights. Thoy will bo attended
by a picket guard.
Mn. F. Horn catered at tho recep
tion on tho U. S. S. Brooklyn, .and,
as might have been expected, did
it to the entire satisfaction of tho
wardroom mess caterer.
On Wednesday at noon, Rev. A. D.
Bissoll spoko to tho pupils of Oahu
College on Mission work in India.
At tho closo ho gave a song and the
Lords prayer in the Hindu language.
Four mon-of-wars-mcn were in tho
Polico dock this morning charged
with drunkenness A nativo police
man was pi't on the stand, when one
of the sai.ors said, ''That's tho
chicken that got mo."
A Chinaman who inns a icslau
rant, corner of Merchant nnd Hiiu
anu sti cots, was anested this morn
ing by Capt. Larsen on a warrant,
charged with violating tho building
l.iw. Ho has been putting in now
floors and making other improve
ments. The regular meeting of Honolulu
Engine Co, No. 1 was held last even
ing. Tho most important business
transacted was tho adoption of a re
solution to hold a pay ball on Fri
day ovoning, Nov. 10th, tho King's
birthday, at tho Itilles Armory. Full
particulars will appear later.
Nqltk was suggesting this morn
ing to Oljio Swain, delivery clerk at
Uio Post Oilice, thut he put a pro
gramme of tho business men's band
concort in each of the Post Oilice
boxes. Ollie retaliated by suggest
jug to Nollo that ho provido printed
bills of fare for tho numerous patrons
of his saloon.
Friday, Nov. 0.
Twknty-five pupils attended tho
Y. M. 0. A. singing class hist oven
ing. Messrs. Bolster fc Rupprccht bouse
and ficsco painters bavo a card in
Heavy showers of rain foil during
the early moining, cooling the at
The cnttlo which wero taken to
Tahiti on the Kalakaua only brought
$32 a head, and that in Fionch
A fkw pairs of those pretty little
pets, guinea pigs, nre for sale at No.
37 King street, near the lower ter
minus of Liliha street.
AT a meeting of tho Board of
Prison Inspectors held yesterday,
Mr. A. S. llartwcll was appointed
chairman,andMr.T. R. Walker secre
tary, of the Board.
A shock of eartliquako was felt at
about twenty minutes boforo 0
o'clock last evening. It only lasted
a low seconds and moved fiom cast
The Bulletin ackn iwledges with
thanks a fine blice of wedding cako
from tho parties whose marriage is
iccordcd in another column. May
lifo to them bo ever as full of sweet
ness as is the cake 1
His Majesty tho King leaves for
Waikapu, Maui, next Tuesday, and
will be the guest of Major W. 11.
Cornwell. On tho lGth thcic will bo
a scries of horse races at Waikapu,
to celebrate His Majesty's birthday.
It is no hard matter to get bunches
of bananas within a few miles of Ho
nolulu considerably exceeding 100
pounds each, and the Boston record
of 1G0 pqunds can bo beaten by a
variety of native banana which
grows wild in some of the gulches on
Justin Domalo has assumed charge
of tho restaurant on Marine stieet,
near the fish market, lcccntly con
ducted by Joo Bodericque. The new
incumbent is an experienced cook.
Genuine East India currie and mango
chutney are promised as a regular
feature of every day's dinner.
The Debating Society had a lively
debate on land mortgages last even
ing. The subject for tho next meet
ing is: "Kesolved, That the House
of Nobles is an unnecessary adjunct
of the Hawaiian Legislature, as the
House of Representatives is suffici
ently large and competent to conduct
At the annual meeting of the
Union Feed Company tho following
officers were elected for the ensuing
E. 0. Macfarlane President
11. It. Macfarlane Vice-President
F. W. Macfarlane Treasmer
S. F. Graham Secretary
E. G. Scbunian Auditor
Saturday, Nov. 10.
It is now stated that tho Flagship
Swiftsuio will not leave beforo the
Seven lepers wci e brought down
fiom Maui this morning on the
His Majesty tho King will go -on
board II. B. M. S. Swiftsure at one
o'clock Monday afternoon.
. Tin: annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Rifie Association will bo held
at tho Hotel this evening at eight
The McCandless Rios. arc about
to commence the sinking of tlnee
artesian wells for Gasper Sylva, at
Mr. S. F. Scott, tho new school
teacher for Wailuku, Maui, arrived
yesteiday on tho Planter from San
Macfarlane & Co. hayo just re
plenished their stock with bonie
choice brands of French claiets nd
A oiiouus of native vocalists wero
singing in front of one of the Hotel
cottages from 11 o'clock Friday night
until half past one o'clock this
Tun earthquake Thursday evening
was felt ralhor severely at Kaneohc.
The shock lasted about half a min
jito, so an old resident says.
Cleveland was elected at Maka
wao last Tuesday. Tho eartliquako
was felt considerably there. Smoke
is reported abundant in tho direction
Three Chinamen wero neaily
diowned this morning in tho pond
corner "of Hotel and Nuuanu streets.
MeLain with his block and tackle
The Casco, with Mr. Stevenson
and friends on board, wub at Tahiti
when the Kalakaua left. Tho Casco
was to go from thero to Raiatca and
from Raiatca to Honolulu.
The pupils of Oahu College have
btarted a. small two-page-paper called
"Truth." It is to bo published overy
Friday, and tho first number is a
voiy croditablo production.
If you desiro to see a fine assort
ment of holiday goods, such as toys,
dolls, Christmas and Now Year cards,
etc., call at tho new sloro of T. II.
Davifs & Co. Tho earlier you call
Some dogs frightened a hoi so on
tho Pantheon hack stand lust even
ing, and in its efforts to fico itself
fiom the hitching stiap fell down,
breaking tho shafts of tho hack it
was attached to,
Mr. Edwin Jones being tho first
member of the Myrtle Boat Club to
join tho ranks of tho benedicts a
broom with flag attached wero dis
played on the exterior of the boat
houso yesteiday, in honor of tho
event. It will not bo long boforo tho
hioom will again have to bo called
into service; at least, so says a pri
vate letter received from Faqning's
Monday, Nov. 12.
Ex U. S, Consul Daniel C. Bigelow
of Honolulu, is dead.
Mn. Waller M. Giflard has our
thanks for tho use of lato San Fran
The Australia arrived in San
Francisco October 30th, bovoii days
Tickets aro selling fast for tho
masquerade ball December 1st, by
tho Portuguese Philharmonic Society,
SUMMARY;. HOHOLp&tT;,!!' I. frofttBERfl3,r J8g8rt
We are Borry to learn that Rev.
A)cz. Mackintosh is confined to tho
house through being kicked by his
The Australia's Chinoso crow was
allowed to land in San Francisco un
der recent orders from tho Secretary
of tho Treasury.
ThkRov. G.1I. Marwood, M. A.,
Chaplain on 11. M.'s Swiftsuio,
preached at St. Andrew's Cathedral
OAi'T. Robeitson, of tho Consuelo,
and Vilots, Babcock, Shcppnrd and
Mclntyre have tho thanks of tho
Bulletin for late pnpcis.
The President of the United States
issued a proclamation October 31st
desicnatinsr Thursday. November 29,
as a day of thanksgiving nnd praver. .
Mr. Chas. E. Kempsterof Kobalaj
and Miss Emma Anne Kickard of
llonokaa wero united in marriage,
November 3d, by tho Ucv. J. M.
There was a heavy ficshetal
Molokai last week which carried
away some of the water pipes crow
ing the Waikolu stream, cutting
off' tho supply of water for the leper
settlement. The Superintendent of
Public Works tt ill leave for Molokai
with men to make the necessary ic
pairs. One of the sailors on the Swiftsure
was walking along Union street Sat
uiday evening when he was run into
by a hack, the shaft nil iking him on
the fnco a little below tho eye, in-
Hiding a rather dangerous wound.
TJio driver of tho hack did not slop
and tho police are trying to find out
who it was. The injured sailor was
sent to the ship.
Stinr. las Mnkcofrom Kapaa
Stnir AVtiialunlu Iriim Kauai
Stinr Kinnu from Hawaii and Maul
Stun- Mlkabala fiom.Kaual
Stinr Iwalaili fioin Ilumakua
Stmr Lehu.i fioin llamakiu
fc'chr Rainbow from ICool.ni
Sthr dilute Iioin llanalei
II Ii M S Swiftsure. 42 days fiom Callao
Stnu-YV G Hall froin Hawaii and Maui
Stinr Kaala from Yv'nlalua and aiunao
Sclir Hccia from Koolau
Schr ICnuikcaouli from ICohala
Stinr U It Bishop from Koolau
Bk Kalakaua fiom Tahiti
Schr ICaalokai fiom Kauai
likt Planter fiom Sau Francisco
8 S Kalmiloa from leeward
Stinr Likelike from Maiii
Stmr Mokoliifiom Molokai
Stmr Jas Makoi from Kapaa
Stun- Kinau from Hawaii and Maul
Stmr Mlkabala from Kauai
Stun- Waialcalc from Kauai
StmrLehua from Uamakua
Schr Ahmuokawai from Koolau
Schr Haleakala fiom Pepeekeo
Bjjlno Consuelo, Robertson, 9 days and
20 hours from San Francisco
Stun- Likelike for Kahului and way
ports at S p m
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p m
Stmr Kaala for Walanae and Waialua at
0 a m
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Kinau for Hilo and way ports at
i p m
Stmr Mikahala for JCaunl at 5 p m
Bkt Amelia for Port Towiisend
Stim-Lclma for Molokai, U.iuiakua and
Hilo at 5 p m
Stmr Wuialealc for Kauai at 0 p m
Stmr .Tas Makcc for ICapaa at 5 p m
btmr Kaimiloa for Waianue at 8 a m
Stmr Iwalani foi-Lahaiua and Uama
kua at 8 a in
Stin i- Kaala for Waianao and Waialua at
0 u m
Stmr W G Hall for Lnhnliu, Maal ii-a,
Kona. Kan and the Volcano at 10
o'clock a m
Ship Camanotishiie for Ilowhiud
Bk Melanie for Maiden Island
Ship Daniel names for Hongkong
Jlk Forest Queen for San Francisco
U S S Bi ooklyn for Brooklyn
Nov 12 '
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p m
Stmr Likelike for Kahului and liana nt
r p m
Stmr Kaala for Walnlun and Waianne
at 9 a in
For Maul per stmr Likelike, Nov C
DrK B Emerson, Brothur Bertram,
Sister Bonaventura, Sister Antoula,
Capt K B Cousins, Miss Clio Mewart,
Ruv J Bicknell, Fred Vaughau, Mrs Lo
Pat, and about CO deck.
From Maul and Hawaii per stwr AY G
Hall, Nov C-J H Kennedy, II II Wil
cox, R Caiton, N Onistead, R Lee and
wife, E Hutchinson, O L Uiilto, II S
'Tiegloan, O Alio!, O A kail, 9 lepers, i
prisoners and 82 deck. -
For Maul and Hawaii per stmr Kinau,
Nov (5 W W Goodale and family, Chun
Lung, II Kulliolanl, O Wert, 1' Neu
mann, W II Cornwell. TR Lucas, V V
Ashford, Mis II O Austin, O K Flillnmn
and who, J t'amnra, ,E A Blcdenberjr,
Norman Hulbert mid about 80 deck,
For Kauai per stmr Mikahala, Nov 0
Mr Dai t, AT Atkinson, J N S Wil
liams, Mr Apol, V Knudsen, J A Mti
goon and about 120 deck.
For Maul, Hawaii and tho Volcano,
per stmr W G Hall, Nov 9: Volcano
Mi and Mrs Wells. Other ports P
Leo, Mrs ICiilua, Miss L Paris, Miss 13
K Thompson, R Onistead, D W Bailey,
Kaumoku, Miss B Ihihi, and about 50
Fiom San Fianclsco per bktno Plan
ter, Nov 9 Capt Wise. Capt Frettlo, J
F b'eott, J A llyion and J Robinson,
From Kahului and wayports per stmr
Likelike, Nov 10-T R Lucas, T Baker,
Mis P M Jtoouey and child, Mrs Melir
tens, Miss. A Buckle, Mis Kaucaukul,
Mi'n Shobey, Luu C hong, Rev J Bick
nell, II llelneimum, Sister M Bcncdlcta,
G Assec, AY Alau, wife and child, Joso
Santos, Mr Foyo, W D Alexander, 7
lepers, one officer, and 55 deck.
From Kauai per stmr Mikulinla, Nov
11 S Lessor, J AMagoou, MIbs Me
Shane, Mrs R II Noli, O Gouuermau, 1
Chinese and Cl deck
From K anal per stmi AValalealo, Nov
U-0 Koelllng, wite, child and 2 dcok.
From Hilo aiid way ports per stmr
Kinau, Nov U-IIou W H Daniels, J
Nawahl, O N Spencer, O Kaiser, Win
Nell, J A Imlach, Paul Neumann, V V
A8hfoid?lJ W Coiville, Chun Luug, S
Khniita, A G Seirao, N Igarachi, l)r
Dr M Kawada, DrM Yamnhi,K A Blc
Ipuberg, N Htilbcrt, S Mncaulcy, Dr
Einerstnl, A Itnnobcrg, Rev W II
Barney AVnig Wo Chan, Win Dunn,
wife and daughter, Mis O K bUltniiin
and child, HA Ilceu, M Soya and 73
tJnrgocN from iHlqncl lovts.
Nov 7- .
Hall 1,020 bags sugar, 141 bags coffee,
1C5 awa, Vi hides, 25 head of cattle,
aiid 7 hogs.
Llkcllke 198 bags sugar, 27 bags corn
and 20 hides.
Stmr Khiau 4732 bgs sugar, 200 (bgs
spuds, 80 bgs corn, liG hides, 8
horses and 220 pks sundries.
Stmr Mikahala 1217 bgs sugar, 3G bgs
rice, 14 hides, 200 sheep and 100 bgs
Stmr AYalaleale 1257 bgs rico.
Tho ship Daniel Barnes will leave for
Hongkong on or about next Thursday.
The American bkt Planter, Captain
D AY P PenhulloW, Is about duu from
Tbe bark Hackfcld Is dischaiging at
tho O S S wharf slowly.
The Forest Queen look sugar fiom the
uau to-uay. sue is prcuy neany icau
ed. The Swiftsure received coal to-day.
Tho bark Godfrey Is repairing her
bulwarks, which were recently stove hi.
The U S S Brooklyn took In a largo
quantity of provisions to-day.
The bail; Kalakaua, Capt Henderson,
an ived tills moining 17 days from Ta
hiti. Capt Ross and Mr (Jathcart, w ho
went on ihu Kalakaua, returned by her.
Capt Cook, "The Pirite," as he calls
himself, has also conic by tho bark
Capt Cook left Honolulu as chief officer
of the brig Hazard about 10 mouths ago.
He left tho Haiiird at Rarotouga and
shipped on the Now Zealand trader,
.luli.i Price, which was recently wreck
ed. Tho Captain arrived at Tahiti the
day the Kulakaiu did, and he shipped
on hur. The Kalakaua did not mako a
very profitable trip. About 82 head of
the cattle died during the passage. The
schooner Phcebu tliapinan, dipt Lo
vcll, which left heic several months
ago for Tahiti had not arrived. The
yacht Casco w as at Tahiti and is coin
ing to Honolulu.
The bktnc Planter, Capt Penhallow,
which arrive.! last evening, 15-day3
from San Fr.uieioo, bi ought 2'i mules,
8 horses mid one stallion for Messrs
Grlnbauni & Co; 1 m.ire for Mr Bid
well, U.iiUO rail and ties and a quantity
of other merchandise.
The S S Arable arrived at San Fran
cisco on the 28th, 8 days from Hono
lulu. The bark Allien Be so is still unload
ing coal at Kahului, Maui. Hie will
load sugar for San Francisco fioin the
Tho schooner Anna sailed fiom Ka
hului, Maui, on Nov. 7th. with a full
caigo of sugar, the first of the season
from the Spreckelsville Plantation.
Nov Ti S S Australia, bktucs Discov
ery and S N Castle.
Oct 20 Rnss ship Rhea from Hono
lulu. Oct 23 Haw bk Jas A Kiugand hktue
Kllkit.ik from Honolulu.
ASCII In this city, November Gth,
to the wife ot Julius a sell, a daughter.
JONI5S-PULLEK At the Central
Union Church, Honolulu, jSTovember
8th, by the Kov. E G. UcckwHh, D.
1)., Edwin Austin Jones, to Isabel
Tax Collector's Notice !
District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu.
TAX Payers in this district am bereby
notified Unit Iho'taxos of the cur
rent year will he duo and p able at tho
olHce of the undersigned, No. H8 Aler
chant. stieet, this city, on tho 1st day of
November. A. D 1848 Oilice open from
8 a m. to fi i m. daily. Any person de
slilng to pny his tnoi beforo tho above
mentioned date can do so at the collec
tor's ofllco as above indicated.
C39A11 amounts remaining unpaid
after tho 151b day of December nest will
bo liable to nn additional 10 per cent
and costs of collection.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Tux Colltctor, District of Honolulu.
Honolulu, Out 25, If 88. 82.01 09.4t
Under tho Patronage of Her Majesty
AMui Hooulu & Hoola Lahni
AVI11 open (heir Grand Bazar, for tho
benollt of tho Society
On Satnrflay, Jan. 5, 1889,
HONOLULU RIFLES ARMORY,
Cor. Beretafl a & Punchbowl Streets.
JtSrLadlcs and gentlcmon wishing to
assist in a charitable work aro kindly
requested to Bend their contributions to
tho rooms adjoining the Chamberlain
Honolulu, October 17,1888, C3 3m
Grand Bazar !
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Levey.
A Rare Opiliily !
Under instruction from the Hon. II. A.
AVldcmann, 1 will offer for sale
at Public Auction, at
On Monday, Nov. 26,
If not previously disponed of at pri
vate tale, tint certain pro
perty known ns
"THE PAU LANDS' WaiklM,
Comprising 27 40-100 Acres more or less
In Fee bimplo Aiiout 12 Acres ot the
above arc stt nut in Fish Ponos and are
plcnllfylly stocked with Mullet, Awa
and Carp, which nro now ready for
muiket. OE the rennduincc bunds about
8 Acre? ifc planted with Manlenlo Gru-s
from which !5 crops aro lmi vested an
Dually, ) ieldtug upon uu aveugu Sti tuns
per j ear. The place Is well provided
with MojVlng Machines, liny Puse-,
AYagons, etc, ud everything that aj.
pertains ton well equipped farm ; lher- rs
A One-Story Tramo Building,
Upon the premises (neatly now, con.
taming 3 Kooms with all conveniences,
and at picscnl occupied as a managers
residence. In addition to the ulmvo
thero la a Leasehold of about 1 8:1-100
Aorts, with Btiildin.uK theieon, in the
loar and imni diateh adjoining the ro.
perty, which is at piesent well slocked
with Pigs anil Poultry, lor which pur
pose it is peuuliurH adapted.
On account of its nearness nnd easy
acec'B to Honolulu, and the early com
pletion of the Tramways to Walkiki,
this pioprrty offew unusual inducements
to paitlts wishing a safe and profitable
There are numeious Out-Buildtngs on
3? For further pirticulaM apply to
F. W. Macfarlane, or to
LEWIS J. IiEVBY,
AUCTION SALE OF
Crown M Leases!
By order of the Conimis-Jiiuieifl of Crown
Lauds, tho Lcn-cs of the fol
lowing hands lor a
TERM OF FIFTEEN YEARS
Will he sold nt Public Auction,
On MONDAY, December 10, '88,
AT 12 O'CLOCK KOOS,
At tho Sulesro unsi of Lewis J. Levey,
1 Haleohui, N. Koiih, about 0 mi'cs
Noitli of Knihn ly id il, land oxtcmls
from the tea to tho woods, i ortion hear
the upper Government roAM, good for
coilVe raising, bttid to have a i;orid sia
fishery, area about 1000 acres Uptet
2 Puaa 3, N Kona, lienniant of
ahout W acres at the ea, mile south
3 Onouli 2, S Komi, coniuiniugllOS
acie3j four miles Irom Kaawaiea.ijnnn..
4 Ilonomalino, S Kona, Ahupuaa
near the Kau line, liujj even Is irom
the sea to tho upp r ifago of Uio K,ma
foresti'l'indiiij' ocd nbimi 2 miles from
upper Government rend, aria about 3001)
acres. Upset price, S20.
5 Olaa, Puna. AIiilpu-i'i about 13
miles tuun the town of Hilo, extends
along the Hilo woods lo nefily the Vol
cano of Kilaucn, good paMurago, area
54,200 uci es. Ups-et price, S lf,0.
6 Pnnabawal, Hilo, Sv.e 1, extends
from the Halal IHIKiowmkIs Mauualon,
about 10 miles. Good fc.r pnizlug pur
poses, area 2,890 aeroi. Upset prici,
See. II, remiinlnc poition of the sea
frontage, containing about 8 or 10 acres.
Upsit price, $100.
Sec. Ill, IV nnd VI, Umiilanls in
town, good Duildiuj; Lots.
7 Polipoli, Waii hu, Cm.e an 1 Kula
Lanl. About 00 ncre-..
8 Alamibi, Lihniiia, Kula Lan I and
Fish Pond, containing an area of 9
9 Lapakea, Luhalna, 20-100 acres in
10 Illkahi, .Lahaiiia, Kemnant of
about Yi ncic.
W Mokuinia, Lahaina, Fish Pond at
AVainoe, makai of Church.
12 Waialua, Hunt, good Pas! are
Land, aroit about K00 acres. Upiet
price, $100. '
3 NapllI, Kaanapali, Pasture Lnnd,
about 400 acres.
414 Knmookahi, Kapalama, go1
for taro nnd bnnana gi owing, 1 Ss-100
15 Yi Kaukahoku, in 0 pieces, 3 41
Apana2, 90 acre, 1 taro patch of
Apnna 3, 398 acre, 2 taro patch of Kau-
Apnna 4, 177 ncre, 1 Uio patch
Apana 0, 010 acre, 1 taro patch.
Anau , 07 acre, 2 taro patch.
16-Pukelo, Palolo Valley i
Hcc. I, Taro and Pusturo Land, 162
Sec. II, makal pnrt of Valley, Pas.
ture Land, 3Qif acres.
17 Waiomuo, Palolo, Taio and
Grazing; Land ut head of Valley,
area WV, acres.
18 i'oloKe, Maxim, remaining nun,
taro land, 437 ncre.
19 AtKaneoho. Koolnupoko:
(1) Part of Sec P, Paeluro Land and
Fish Pond near Mokapu, 353 acres.
(2) Sec. O, remaining portion of Ka.
nohouluiwi. Pdstuio and Fish Pond,
containing 5 acres.
(8) Sec. D, Kalunpuhi, Taro and Kula
Lnnd, 0 acres.
(4) Sec. 1), 2, Khluapahi, 1 1D-100
(6) Bcc. F, Walkalua waho, at sea,
Taro and Kula I.nmt. 20 acres.
(C) Bcc. O, Walkalua waho, the lelo
called Lannlla, Taro Lund, 611.100 aero,
(1) Sec. H, Walkalua Loi, OMOO acre.
(8) Bee. J, Keaalau, Loleof AVaikulua,
06 00-100 acres, VM Pond 8 acres, re
inalnder cood nasturuco at pea.
(!)) Two Islands of Mokuinanu, off
E3T" Further particulars of tbe abovo
Lunds, etc., may be obtained at the
olllco f tho Commissioners of Crown
Lands, Alilnlani Hale,
CUKT18 P. IAUKEA,
Commissioner & Agent of Crown
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
53 td Auctioneer,
HOW PILLS ARE MADE.
THE custom of taking medicine
in the form of pills dates far
hack in history. Tho object is to
enable us to swallow easily in a con
densed form disagreeable and nau
seous, hut very useful, drugs. To
what last dimensions pill-taking
has grown may bo imagined when
we say that in Englnnd alono about
2,000,000,000 (two thousand mil
lion) pills nre consumed every year.
In early days pills were made slowly
by hand, as the demand was com
paratively small. To-day they are
produced with infinitely greater
rapidity by machines especially con
trived for the purpose, and with
greater aecurncy, too, in the pro
portions of tho various Ingredients
No form of medicatiou can bo
better than a pill, provided only it
is intelligently prepared. But right
here occurs the dilileulty. Easy as
it may seem to make a pill, or a
million of them, there aro reallyVery
few pills that can be honestly com
mended for popular use. Most of
them cither undei shoot or overshoot
the mark. As everybody takes pills
of some kind, it may bo well to men
tion what a good, safe, and reliable
pill should be. Now, when one feels
dull and sleepy, and has more or
less pain in the head sides, and
buck, he may be sure his bowels are
constipated, and.his liver sluggish.
To ictuedy this unhappy state of
thitigs there is nothing like a good
caiuaruc pin. it win act into a
charm by stimulating the liver into
doing its duty, and ridding tho
digestive organs of the accumulated
"But the good pilf does not gripe
and pain us, neither does it make us
sick and miserable for a few hours
or n whole day. It acts on the
entire glandular system at the same
tune, else the after-effects of the
pill will be worse than the disease
itself. The giiping, caused by most
pills is the lesult of irritating diugs
which they Contain. Sucli pills are
harmful, and should never be used.
They sometimes even .produce
hemorrhoids. Without having any
particular desire to praise ono pill
above another, we may, neverthe
less, name Mother Seigel's Pills,
manufactured by the well-known
houieof A. J. AVhile, Limited, 35,
Farringdon Iioad, Loudon, and now
sold by all chemists and medicine
vendors, as the only one we know
of that actually possesses every
desirable quality. They remove tho
pressure upon the brain, correct the
liver, and cause the bowels to act
with ease and regularity. TAey
never gripe or produce the slightest
bickness of the stomach, or any
other unpleasant feeling or symp
tom. Neither do they induce fur
ther constipation, as nearly all other
pills do. As a further and crown
ing merit, Mother Seigel's Pills are
covered with a tasteless and harm
less coaling, which causes them to
resemble pearls, thus rendering
them' as pleasant to the palate as
tlfey are ell'ective in curing disease.
If you have a severe cold and are
threatened with a fever, with pains
in the head, back, and limbs, one
or two doses nill.brealr up tho cold
and prevent the fever. A coated
tongue, with a brackish taste in the
mouth is caused by foul matter in
the stomach. A dose of Seigelfs
Pills will effect a speedy cure.
Of ten-times partially decayed food
in the stomach and bowels produces
sickness, nausea, &c. Cleanse the
bowels with a dose of these pills,
and good he.illh will follow.
Unlike ninny kinds of pills, they
do not make you feel worse before
you arc better. They are, without
doubt, the best family plryslc ever
discovered. They remove all ob
structions to the natural functions
in either sex without any unpleasant
effects. Jan. 18-88-1
Slcam, Works, Sunny South, ,
Tele.: Boll 10G, Mutual 245.
Depot, 28 Merchant Street,
Tolc.: Boll 172, Mutual 360.
'Patent 1uhb Valve Bottles
CAPACITY 1,000 DOZEN PER DAY.
The ouly English Apparatus making
Cream Soda, '
. Hop Ale,
And Pure, Sliong Effervescing
BOrdera delivered to any part of
tho city. Isl nnd orders solicited. 88 tf
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