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' 'Below is given n table of tho
elcctornl votes si owing the result
of tho Presidential diction.
Harrison & Morton.
i- Colorado .... 3
-1 1 nditina 15
- ijowft .... 13
t l Massachusetts . . 14
, Michigan 18
...Minnesota. '. 7
.New Hampshire.... '. 4.
Now York 86
Pennsylvania. . 30
Jlhodc Island 4
Vermont. . .., 4
West Virginia- ..... G
Connecticut i G
Georgia .' 1,2
'Kentucky. . . ., '.13
Missouri i 1G
New Jersey - 9
North Carolina 11
South Carolina- 9
Texas . 18
Virginia .' 1 12
On Friday the 23rd inst. 'His Maj
esty the'King conferred the decora-
.tion of officer of the Royal order of
the' Star of Oceania, Upon Mr.
i George C. Beckley. thei popular
purser of the Kinau. On that day
Mr. Beckley celebrated' the anniver
sary of twenty-five years spent at
sea, and during'that time he never
lost a single day.
Madame Jaffa, the pianist and
daughter left for the Colonies on the
Miss McBride came on the Ala
meda on a visit to" Miss' Dora Dow
Hon. F. H. and Mrs. Hayselden
with their family returned to their
island home on the Alameda.
T Hon. H. A:r'Widemann looks well
and hearty, after a two months
visit on1 the Coast.
Tin name of Mr. Jobn D. Spreck-els'haseen-mentioned
for the posi
tion of Secretary of the Navy in
- Harrison's Cabinet.
. Messrs. Herbert J. Fairfax and
David Walker of the Sydney Y. M.
C. A., who have been attending tho
EWorld's YlM. C: A. Conference at
Stockholm, were7 'through passen
gers on the Alameda. "During tho
'- stay of UheMeamer they were enter
tained.by'members of the 'Honolulu
- Y. M.'C. A.
Hon. W. C. and Mrs. frarke ro
turnedlfrom the East on the' Ala-i
tneda', being warmly wedomedl by
their numerous'friends. The health
of Mrs. Parke is much improved
and she has enjoyed her visit ; ex
ceedingly. Mr! Parke we'are sorry
ito'Say'has not really 'benefitted by
'-his trip ashe had quite1 a severe ill
nessdn Boston. Mjss Bernice Parke
will remain on'thc Coast until Feb
ruary. ''Mr! A. G. Spalding, President of
the Chicago Baseball Club, his
motherMrs. II. I. Spalding, ac
companied by Mrs. Ira Richardson,
'Mr.' and Mrs. Geo. 1W. Smith and
rMrt -Arthur W. 'Richardson, drove
outitcoWaikfki yesterday, 'and paid
ri'visifrtd H." R.'JH.' Princess Kniu
lani. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Gribblc were
among the passengers on tho Ala
meda. Mr.-A. C. Thorno, of"Melbpurne
took 'his departure on'tho Alameda.
f . i
Monday, Noy. 19.
' Tjip King returned from Maui on
The -Wailulcu races have boon
postponed to Christmas.
"'HYM. S.'CifAMnoN will relieve H.
M. S. Conquest on tho Pacific sta
tion. Quite a large number "of jgoplo
visited H. B. M. S. 'Flagship yester
day. .fMns. I).' Ktfaweamahi left for To
kto oa the' Takasago Maru, to join'
her husband in Japan.
t.-MWcn game of basoball on Fri
day bctwecij rtlq Kamehameha and
Itoyal Schools ended in favor of tho
,;J! '.'A.. (30NBAI.VE8, tho photographer,
lias, returned from Kohilar Hawaii,
nffd-'jnuyjbo found flibis studio, Fprt
streety'Tea'dy 'to till orders,
'P-'MplNEUtorlias be'en adjudged a
bankrupt, and Deccidber' 2d is ap
poJatod'as'tho day fofprdof of claims
ah'd election of assignee.
' WliATia'nicer for a Christmas or
New Year.'d "preaoht, to sond to a
friend; than ft photograph of yourself?
J." J. jjliania js tho .mini' to tako
tliemjin first class style.
An alarm of fire waq .sounded from
tho Bell Tower about ton o'clock on
Saturday night, for a small blazo in
a cargo of bananas on tho steamer
Ewa. No damngo was done.
A biKMEtt party was givon Saturday
evening, at tho reeidoncd of Rev.
Alex, and Mrs. Mackintosh in honor
of tho midshipmen of II. 11. M.'s
Swiftsure. A jolly tlmo Was had by
Mu. 1). Howard Hitchcock, tho
artist, is in town, nnd prcp'nrcd to
receive orders for any kind of -paint
ings in oil and water colors for
Christmas and New Year's presents.
Orders can he left at G. West &
Oun lOcal team had a good prac
tice game of brisclmll on Saturday
afternoon, Mr. II. H. Simpson of tho
All-Americas participating, proving
himself a fine all round player.
What fun it would be if our team
could beat tho Chicagos.
Tun "Nbrd Deutsche Zcitung"
sayB that tho British Government arc
not in n position to assume a protec
torate over Savage Island. It is con
tended that tho island is neutral ter
ritory, by virtuo of an agreement en
tered into in April, 188G.
NKAit tho closo.of tho performance
at the Opera Houso Saturday even
ing, somcond in tho gallery called out
fire, and at bnco thero waB a general
stampede of thd audience. Members
of tho company called out to people
to keep their seats and after a few
momonts order was restoicd. Tho
person who called out heard the Tiro
Tiie following vote reflecting; cm
the Government is to bo brought up
in tho New South Wales Parliament:
'That, in tho opinion of this House,
tho renewal of tho mail contracts to
'Messrs. Sprebkcls & Co., of Califor
nia, after thbir refusal lo dismiss the
Chinese seamon from their steamers,
was inconsistent with our restrictive
aws Against the Mongolian ruce, and
us vuiii iu it) uuruuy cuuuumncu.
The trained bear, reported
through passongcr by tho Mariposa,
came ashore, and is now staying in
Honolulu. His ownor was exhibit
ing him' around tho sticcts on Satur-
' day. Tho bear porfonns a variety of
amusing tricks. He Visited the Ha
waiian Hotel and was generously
treated to a couple of glasses of beer,
which ho drank with evident pleas
ure. Tuesday, Nov. 20.
Twenty lepers were sent to Molo
kai last evening.
Mn. John T. Arundel left on tlie
Australia for England.
The stores in town are beginning
to present a holiday appearance.
Mn. J. F. Morgan at his land sales
yesterday, realized a total amount of
During the absence of Hon. A.
Jaeger1 at the Coast, E. Tietjens will
attend to his business.
The Post Office despatched by the
Australia this noon 5,018 letters and
Chab. Philip's sarsaparilla and
iron water was sampled tins morn
ing and pronounced very good.
Mn,-K. W.iKe.aweamahi, bus heed
appointed Pilot for the Port and Col
lection District of Hilo, Hawaii.
On Friday next the 23d, Purser
George C. Beckloy of the Kinau,
completes twenty-five years of sea
faring life. George looks good for
II. B. M. Flagship Swiftsure and
tlfe Cormorant both sailed out of the
harbor this morning, the former en
route to Acapulco. Tho Cormorant
will return in ten days.
The steamer Iwalani took to Ila
makua.yesterday, G5 Japanese immi
grants, the Likeljko lo other places
on Hawaii, 379, and tho Kilauea
Hou, 249, making a total of 093.
More will be sent to Kauai this even
ing. W. H. GRAENHALGiit was among
the 'passengers leaving "'on tho Aus
tralia. Yesterday the-King granted
him letters patent of denization, and)
it is understood Mr.' Giaenhalgh is
going to London to. try and form n,
syndicate for the cultivation of cof
fee. Wednesday, Nov. 21.
Generau CunlifTe left for tho Vol
cano yesterday', on theW. G. Hull.
Queen Kapiolani waii photdgraph
cd at J. J. Williams' studio this
Mn. E. A. Bielenberg has disposed
of his business in Wailuku, Maui, to
'Mr. Norman Hulbcrt.
n. i'aiity oi gentlemen wont over i
to Waimanalo yesterday at the invi
tation of Hon. John A. Cummins.
Tlley will retiim to-morrow.
By tho steamers W. G. Hall, Mika
hala and Lohua, which left yesterday,
299 of the Japaneso immigrants were
shipped for various plantations.
The matinee" by tho Silbons at tho
Opera' Houso this' uf tornoon was well
attended, and the youngsters wore
dolightcd with the performance.
Tun Honolulu Social Club will
givo a dance on Now Year's ovo.
which it is intended shall eclipse any
ontortaimnent yet undertaken by
Ladies who intend making Christ
mas and Now Year's presents to tjioir
gentlemen friends, shduld not malto
any purchaso until they see M.
Goldbeig's holiday goods opened out,
duo notice of whicbwill bo given.
The two-story coral and framo
building, corner of Hotel and Alakea
streets, was sold to-day by Mr. Levey
to J. F. Colburn for $55. The sale of
horses and carriages Was fail Iy well
attended. Ono animal sold for 877.-
'50, and a phaeton brought $52.50.
Tho sale realized $311,50.
The Silbons Company gave their
fourth exhibition at the Opera House
last night. The first part of the
.programme was a repetition of prov
ious performances. The latter part
was new. Tho main feature was a
series of tableaux. These were ex
tremely well executed, and elecited
demonstrations of appreciation.
Thursday, Nov, 22.
Mjts, Bay, wife of Capt. Day, of
the U. S. S. Mohican, died recontly.
The Government schools' Ohrist
rrtlis vacation will extend from De
cember 21st to January 1, 1889,
DAILY BULLETIN WEEKLY
W. 11. atiAr.NltAi.au took with him
samples of Hawaiian tobacco and
coffee nnd other island products.
At tho malined In tho Opera Houso
yesterday afternoon, tho feat of turn
ing a somersault whilo passing be
tween two horizontal bars twenty
feet apart, swinging frOm ono and
landing on the other, was successfully
performed by Mr. Moullon.
An alarm of fire was Bounded a
few minutes beforo G o'clock last
evening, but the sorvices of tho de
partment were not required. A
lamp was upset in Mr. Henry
Smith's kitchen, on Fort street, tho
oil taking lire causing quite a' blaze.
It wab'PuI out without any U'dtnago'
Friday; Nov. 23.
The Hawaiian'Band serenaded tho
Silbon troupo at tho Eaglo Houso
The diamond breast pin missed
from tho dressing room of Miss Sil
bon, tho olhcr night, haslipcn found.
Notwithstanding huuiy rumors td tho
contrary, no person was suspected of
having appropriated tlie article.
Tun "Planters' Monthly" for No
vember is taken up with an account
of tho annual meeting d tho Plant
ers' Labor and Supply Company, and
also tho several papers read at the
mcetiug, including Col. Z. S. Spald
ing's paper on tho Manufacture of
Sugar. ' i
WitETHEn drnot tho "Noble" por
tion or our Legislature is an Unneces
sary adjitrict, 'waB 'discusied by the
Debating Club 'last night. Tho pre
vailing opinion was decidedly in
favor of the existence of tho conser
vative clement in that body. Mr.
Heinemann was elected treasurer, in
plaeo of Mr. Nqrman Logan, who
had resigned in consequenco of
change of residence to the' island of
TiiK-Silbon' Troupe" played 'at"thfe
Chinese Theatro last evening.
A NATivfl named Palau died on the
Btcamor 'Kaala yesterday between
Waianae and Honolulu.
The schoolsiat Waimca and Lihue,
Kauai, have closed for a short time
owing to the prevalence of whooping
Jim Crow, was yesterday fined $500
and sentenced to imprisonment at
hard labor for threo months, for sell
ing liquor without a license. It was
his second offense.
Hon. J. A. Cummins gave a dinner
party at his residence iast evening
to His Majesty the King and the
members of the committeo who have
tliQluau to tho baseballists in charge
The Hon. Sam. Parker and Mr.
Geo. W. Smith treated the band
boys to breakfast and lunch at the
Bcavor Saloon to-day. The first
named also handed cigars round to
the boys. Tlie latter enjoyed them
AT a! sbcond meeting of the credi
tors of W. II. Grachh'algh held yes
terday' aficrnoon,' the action decided
upon nt the first 'meeting 'was' ,an-
711-1 -fcTil' "ll'ltl .i '.!
nuneu. nouiinu win uu none uniu
December 21st, when'Mr.'Graenhalgli
will probably he hcilid fr6m.
Monday, Nov, '26. '
Tin: Cleveland men have gone id
the country for a vacation.
Mu. Chus. J. Fisliel returned on
the Alameda with a large new stoclc
of fine holiday goods.
Mnssns. J. E, Brown & Co. shipped
u largo quantity of their aerated wa
ters on thevAlamcda.
The slim- of $122150 was' sent to
Sydney for, the widow and children
of tho late J. M. Kippon.
No sale of tho Pau lands 'was ef
fected this noon. Tholsalo has been
postponed to Monday, Dec. 3rd.
The Hawaiian News Company, A.
M. Howett and Purser Sutton havo
'our thanks for late files of paperB.
Tun Yacht Casco with Roberts
Louis' Steveiison on hoard, may be)
looked for at any timo from Tahiti.
Ir you want some handsome
Christmas New Year's 'and Birthday
cards call at King Bros.' storo with
out'delay. The inliahitants of Kalaupapa,
Molokai, aro profuse in their thanks
to Mr. II. J. Nolto of the Beaver sa
loon, for a present of five hundred
The electric light was put out at,
10 o'clock last nie;ht to allow the Ala
meda to leavo port. It was lighted i
again aftor sho had cleared thoi
Chas. B. Carter Esq. has presented
to tho Law Library of tho Supromo
Court 4 volumes Statutes Ohio, a va
luable auxiliary to tho'roportsof that
State already in the library.
Wednesday being Hawaiian Inde
pendence Day, tho band will play at
the Palaco in tho morning. Thurs
day eveping tho band gives aJTharika
givfng concert at Emma Square.
The funeral of tho latp Mrs, V. B.
N. Emerson, took place Sunday
afternoon at Waialua, the services
being conducted by Revs. E, S! Timc
ted, C. M. Hyde and S. E. Bishop.
TlIKIJrc will lin n. 'Plinntntrivimr in.
nnwo ntSt. Andrew's Cathedral Thurs
day morning at 11 o'clock, conducted
by Rev. Geo, Wallace The sermon
will bo pr6aohed by the Itov. Herbert
H. Gowen, '
Mn. D, T. Bailoy, proprietor of tho
Crystal Works, owns tho right and
title in the Hawaiian Islands, of tho
Sarsaparilla and jron water, an ex
cellent drink which ho puts up in
pints and quarts.
Stmr Viva from Mojoka!
Schr Mol Wahiue from Uaraakua
Stnir Kliinu from Hawaii Imd Muni
Stmr Mikahala from Kauai
iH'iirLckua from Humakua
SchrliiiLa from Hawaii
Bchr Haleakala from Pepeekeo
Stmr Waimaualo from Wulmdnalo
S B Alameda from San Francisco
route for the Colonics
Bk Ooloma, 25 days from Portland, Or,
en route for Hongkong
Stmr Mikahala frohi lCaiml
Stmr Iwalani from Humakua
Stmr Kaala fiom Wdlalua and nlnnno
Schr Mauuokawal from Koolau
Stmr O II Bishop from KooUtt
Schr'Parah & Elia from Koolau
Stmr Iiwa from Ewa
Schr Josonhlno from Ewa
Schr Rainbow from Koolau
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Stmr Kaala from V alalua nod Walanno
S 8 Alameda from San Francisco
Bkmc S,N Castlo from San Francisco
Qcr Brig Mataittu from Ilawltnd Island
Stmr Yutalcalo from KaUal
Btmr Lvhua from Hawaii dud Maul
Stmr Jas Makcefrom Kapaa
Stmr MokollI from Molokai
Schr Llholiho from Kuu.il
Sclir" Knuldkat from Kauai
StmrLlkcllkoforMnul and Way ports
at 6 p m
Stmr Kdala fof Walahae and Waialua at
Stmr Kilauea IIou for Hawaii
Stmr llbkolll for Molokai at 5 p in
Stmr Iwalani for Lalurina arid Ifama-
kua at 9 a m
Schr Mol Wahiue for Hamakua
S S Australia for San Francisco at noon
Stmr VG 'Hull for Lulialna,' Maala,ca,
Kona. Kihl and the Volcano at 10
o'clock a m
Stmr Mikahala for ICaual at C p m
"Stmr Lehiia for Maul Hawaii at 4 p m
Stmr Walalcalo for' Kauai at 6 p in
Stmr Jas Mnkcc'fdr Kapaa at 5 p in
I1BMS Swiltstu-o. for Acapulco
HUMS Cormorant for a cruise
SclirXavin'Ia for Ewa
Schr Kawallanl for KOolau
Stmr Ewa for Ewa
SclinlCaulllua for Kauai
"St'mr Kitala for''afahau andvaluluil it
Stmr Wnlui.'Uialo'for Wdlmanalo
SehJ,Mamiokuwai for Koulhu
Sclir Surab & Eliza for Koolau
ScllPltkliiuW for KOolau
Sclir JOsdphine for03wa ;
Stmr OltUishop.for'Walartac; Wdlalua
, and, Koolau at 9 a m
"Stmr Ewa for Ewa
S S Alameda for the Colonies at 10 p m
StinrjLeluia for Maul and Hawaii
Stmr Jlokolti for Molokul at 5 p m
Stmr Kaala lor Walulua and Waianae
at !) a m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Bgtne Consuelo for San Fiaucisco
btmr Kilauea for Maui and Hawaii at
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr
Kinau, Nov 18 His Majesty the Kb g,
H RH Prince Kawauauakoa, Hon Sam
Paiker, Major J D Holt, Capt J Ross,
H Kuihelaiil, F II Arnold, A R Clarke,
D H llitclicock, "L Turner, Miss K J
Hughes, J R Holliday, J N Robinson,
J Tucker. T R Koywoith, U H .ludd, Jr,
W R Cuthbert, CMett", J A GOnsalve-,
Qunl, Klmo (Pake-), Miss Mnrv Ulli.
,Mrs F P Hastings, Miss) Rose MakeeJ
Mlss'Kealo JJumplirey, Jn Tanaku, G H
Tweedic, A C Tuiton, V 11 I'urdy, U AV;
Baldwin, D D Baldwin, Jr, Lokana and
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Nov
13-- A Oropp and wife, O Is nberg, Pi of
A T Atkinson, Hons G V Wilcox, A. S
Wilcox, and A P Pachaole; R btrauch,
Senhor A dh 8 Canavdrro, J MarMiam,
audi 41 deck. ,
For Yokphama, per S' -S Takasago
Uaru, N,ov ,17 Jas Love,'.Tr, Wm K
Pipndertrast, Mis D W Keaweamahl
and 2 children and 40 Jiipaiicpe.
For San Francisco, nci-STs Australia,
Nov'20 A Jaeger arm wife, D Gedge,
Miss, Hughes, A Dqnlcke, S B VI1
sonMrs E F Cameron, A, Young, Jr,
ASM Ifcox, J T Ai uudel, Otto Isenberg
and daughter. A Straucb1, J Tucker, E F
Wight, J Louis'son, Capt A A Tuttle,
uapt u ju wisu, j a imiacii, F H Aus
tin and wife, Miss E E Capper, W II
Grafenlinlnh, M Hyuian ami child, II
Bishop, AV Neill, H luige, J.Schlaton,
Jas1 Wilson, G Conn, A'Koode1, J M Her
ring, R H Glbbs, II L P Fraser, E
MyTctt nnd 22 others. ,
For Molokai, per stmr MokollI, Nov
19-Dr Swift and20 lepers.
For Lahalna nnd Hamakua,' per stmri
Iwalani, Nov 19-PnuI Nc'uiiiunn, ol
V V Asbford, Mr Maugersnniitud StIIc,
Mr Halstead, 2 Japsneo Doctors,' and
aboufCO deck passehg'ers including 05
Japanese Immigrants. , ,
For Muul'aiid Hawaii, pcr'sthir'Likc
ltke, Nov 10-U N Spencer, R F Engie,
wlfe and 2 children, P M Rooney nnd
"wife. Miss McShauc, Mrs Clarke, Miss
Clarke, Miss Andersdii, J W ( ovllle,
-nnd about 4C0 deck' piissengoiB Ihcltid
- Ing 882 Japanese iuuulgrunts.
For Kauai, per stun- JUlkahalu, Noy
20-0 Koelllng, wife and child, JMdrk
liam,!A Dreler, K R G Wallace, Mrs
Stolz, und aboutl-jp'ddck'passehgora In
cluding'08 Japanese immfgrarits.
For windward ports, "per striirLehua,
Nov ,20 J L pialsdoll, wife and 2 chil
dren, AV Burlowltz, E D Baldwin, and
For Maul und Hawaii, per stmr AV G
Hall.fNov 20-For Volcano: Mr and
Mj-s MlJJa, Gen Cunllffe. For wayportst
mrB Aiapai, u w u Jones, Mrs Alilu,
MrsPIJeo, Mrs Hoick, Miss Fennelt,
Und about 100 deck passengers Includ
ing 00 Japanese immigrants.
From AVuluuua and Walalnn, per stmr
Kaala, Nov 23 J Defries, J Dcau, and
From AVnitnannlo, per stmr J A Cum
mins, Nov 23 Hon J A Cummins and
family, Princess Jaunlta.
From Kauai, per btmr Walalealc, Nov
24-tII AV Dhnond, Mr Chapman, O
Walters aud 6 others.
From San Francisco, per bktne S N
Castle, Nov 24-r-Mrs 15 Underwood aud
a children, J Taylor, J Burk and J
From San Franolsco per S 8 Alameda,
Nov 25 Hon T 1 Bergen, Mies K Bon,
nar, G F Fanning, wife aud grand
child, Miss Lulu Fanning, O J I1 ishel,
Alfred T Hartwoll, F II Inyselden,
wife, live children and servont, A Her
bert, T G (.rlbblo, wife and child, J
Grace and child, Miss MoBildc, Hon P
N Makee, MUa MJhen, AV Muertens, A
G Morchead, Hon AV O Paike and Wife,
JbhuMtiass, Mr Sinuott, 11 AVnlters,
AV Walters, F Wilding-, Hon II A AVlde
maim. J-AV AVcbster, und 24 steerage;
0 cabin and 6 steerage for Auckland,
and 81 cabin and 00 steerage for Syd
ney, From Hauiakua per stmr Iwalnni,
Nov 25 Co V V Ashford and 20 deck,
From Kuual and Nilluiu, per Btmr.
Mikahala, Nov 25 -C M Cooke, K R G
AVallace, AV L Cottrell, G S Gay, Mrs II
Isenberg, ai)d 20 deck.
From Honolulu for tlto Colonies per
S .-8 Alameda, Nov 20-Hrs Adrian
H, I NOVBMBBR 27, 1888,
Dudolt, AR.qiark.E. II Arnold, Mmo
Jaffa nnd daughter, G Dashaway, O Sil
bon and wife, Ida Silbon, Mrs Rollins,
W Silbon, DJJnlc.AV Dale, J Pholts,
M Moltltoii, A Tiio'rnc, H Simpson and
Cargoes i'voni Inlaiul Forts.
Schr Mol AVahinc--20C5 bags sugar.
Stmr Mikahala, 1,040 hugs sugar, 10
hides, and 2 cowe.
Stmr Kltiuu 2o00 ling9 sugar, 2 horses,
1 inlllc, 145 biigs spuds, 40 bags
corn nnd 140 pkgs shndrks'
Stmr Kaala 800 bags rice.
Schr Mauuoknwas 800 bags rice.
Schr Sarah & Eliza -350 bugs lice.
Stmt; Blshop-r-300 bigs rice.
Stmr Ewa COO hags rice.
Schr Rainbow 100 bags, rice.
Schr Josephine 100 bngs Hce.
Stmr J A Cummins 1,000 bags' sugar.
Stmr Kaala 1,00 bags rice.
Stmr AVaialcalo 1,850 .bags, sugar, 745
bags paddy and 80 bag rice.
"Mlkaliahf 318 bags stigarl 120 pekgs.
AAralidcale 1350 bgs sugar, 775 bgs rlcci
Tho 8 S Australia took for San Fran
OlscO tills noon, 7,484 bags of sugar,
3,207 bags of lice, tf.'-SS buuehes of bu
limias, 10 bags uf Coffee, 015 bdles1 green
hides, 25!) dry hides, 1 balo kipi skins,
15 bales ot goat skins, 4 bales of sheep
skins, 8 bxs fruits, 29 bbls tallow, 10
baga of' ox tails, 1 bear and 1 bng Of
silver coin (81,800). Value of domes
tic produce $80,331,23.
The schooner Lukavill bo hauled on
the Marine Railway to'-morrow' to be
cleaned ' after tho steamer Kinau Is
Steamers Lchua aud MokollI is duo
on Sunday morning.
The steamers Mokdlll, Xelnia, '.Tdmes
Vakee, and WAialcalc"ara due to-morrow-
morning from their lespectlve
'The bktne S N Castlo urrlved this
morning, 18 days from San Francisco,
t'apt liubbaru. reports 'fair 'woalher.
The Castle brought 851 hOgs for Messrs
The brlgautino Consuelo sails to-mor
Tho Gorman brigantine ' Matantu,
Capt J JNajce, arilved this mo.-nlng,
37 days fion Ilowland, with 115 tons of
guano for Davles & Co.
The sailing of 'the bktne S G AVlldcr
Las' been put off until Thursday noon
At San Francisco: Nov 10, schr WS
Bownc. 20 days from Honolulu; Nov
14, bk C D Bryant, 15 days from Hono
lulu. At Auckland: Nov 10, S S Zcalandla,
At Singapore: Nov 9, S S San Mateo,
FiomS.m Francisco: Nov 8 bktne
Discovery; Nov 10, brig AV G Irwin,
both for Honolulu. Nov 33, brig Geo
H Douglass for Kahului.
Fiom Bicmen : Nov J2,German bk G
N Wilcox, for Honolulu.
From Port Towuscnd, Nov 0, bark
Ceylon for Honolulu
From San Pedro, Nov 12, schr J O
Ford, for Honolulu.
ntojKCTEn departures :
Brig Lurline for Illlo onjNov 18; S S
Austi.ilia on Dec 4, bilk Sonoma, bktne
AV 1) Dimoud, bk Lndy I.nmpson, and
AV S Howuc, all for Honolulu.
Sept 12, lat'20 deg 40 mln S, long 89
deg 15 min AA', bk Amy Turner from
Boston for Honolulu.
The stmr Iwalani will sail for Laha4
ina nud Hauiakua on Thu'isday morn
ing at 0 o'clock.
Thebk ColOma, Ca'pt C M Noyes,
has 7 cabin and 200 Chinese steerago
passengers in transit fpr,Hongkong.
The briguntiriVCo'nBuclo galled for
San Francisco at 10 6'fclpck this morn
ing, taking 080'bags of sugar, 3,528 bgs
of rice, und .170 barrels of molasses.
.Value 522,078 57.
HOOGS lu'Qonohdu, November 23d,
to the wife of MrWIllfanfH.Hoogs,
Mis. U. S. N. EmOrsOn, Widow ofi
.Rev. John S. Ethersbn, att AVaialua.i
Oaliu, 'Nov. 24th InstatS a. m aged'
82 years, 1 month and 28'days. A naflve
ot Nelson', New-Hampshire, U. S. A.
In. God we Rest.
LYLE At Dartmouth, N. S., Cdnada,
October 28, 1888, Deborah, widow of
the late Alexander jLyle, mother qt
Mr. Jrimes lyle, of Honolulu, aged
02 years, leaving 'many children,!
grand and.griutgrandOhlldren. '
SAVIET At Montreal, on October 27tli,
from braip 'discasei Prof: ,F. J. D.
'Swift, (fornierly of Notro. Dame Uni
versity; Indiana)1 aged 07 years. Ib
leaves a widow, and three daughters
, to tnourp his lp8s,itwo of whom Mrs.
Nellson and Mis. McDgwull--are
lesldcuts of1 this! city. Deceased was
a resident of Honolulu, for" abput', 12
months, and gave' a series' of 'lectures
on science, etc.
Gram! Bazar !
Under the'PatrVrtlBge of1 HerMajesty
' AhaM Hoonlir"&' Hoola Ubni
Will open their Grand Bazar, for the
benetlt of tho Society
On Saturday, Dae. 22, 1,
HONOLULU' RIFLES ARMORY,
Cor. Boretaula &' PuncMowl Streets,
(Ladles and gentlemen wishing to
assist In a charitable' work dro'kindly
requested to send their contributions to
the rooms adjoining the Chamberlain
Honolulu, October 17, 1888. 08 8m
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
AUCTION SALE OF
Groin Lai Leases!
By order of the Commissioners of Crown
Lands, tho Lenses of the fol '
lowing Lands for a
TERM OF FIFTEEN YEARS'
"Will be sold at Publlo Auction,
On MONDAY, December 10, '88,
At 12 O'CLOCK XOO.V,
At tho Salesrooms of Lew is Ji Levey,
1 Haolohul," N. Konn, about G miles
North of KnllUa by red, land extends
from the ten to tho woods, portion near
the upper Government road, good for
ColTco 'raising, said lo have a good tea'
fishery, tirca abodt 1000 acres. Upset
, 2 Puaa 8, N Kona1 Remnant of
about 20 ucrca at tho sea, ndle south
3 Onouli 2, S. Kono, containing 1105
1 actcs, four miles from Kddwaloa Land.
4 Honomallno, S. Kona, Ahupuaa
near the Kau line, land oxtends trom
bp sea lo iho upper ridge' of llio Kona
torfest, likndiug good about 2 uiHeS f-om
upper Government road, area about 3001)
acres. Upset price, S2r.0.
5 Olaa, Puna, AUupupa about 18
miles from' tho town of Hilo, oxtends
along the Hllo woods to nearly'the Vol.
'cano of Kilauea, good pasturage, area
G4,2G0 acres. Upset price, 9 ICO.
6 Ponnbawal, Hllp, Sec. I, extends
from the Halnl HilU towards Maunaloa,
about 10 'miles' G6od for grazing piir
poses, area 2,890 acres. Upset price,
Sec II, remaining portion of Hie sia
frontage, containing about S or 10 acres.
Upset price, $100.
cc. Ill, IV' -and VI, Remnants In
town, good Building Lots.
7 Polipoli, AVnlehu, Cane and Kula
Land. About 00 acres.
8 AMmilil, Lahaina, Kula Land aud
Fish Pond, containing an urea of 9
9 Lapakea, Lahalna, 20-100 acres in
10 IUkuhl, Lahaina, Remnant pf'
11 MLokuinlo, Lahaina, Fish Pond at
AVaihee, makai of Church.
12 AV alalua, Hanu, 'good Pasture
Lund, area about tOO acres. Upct
13 Naplli, Kaanapali, PubtureLund,
about 400 ucre.
14 Kamoodahi, Kapalama, good
for taro and- banana1 growing, 1 8J.100
1 5 Yi Kaukahoku, in 6 pieces, 8 44
Apana 1, 584 acre,
Apulia 2, 596 acre, 1 taro patch of
Apana 3, 308 a'cre, 2 taro1 patch of Kau
pah. Apana 4, 177 acre, I taro patch of
Apana 5, 010 acre, 1 .taro patch.
Apana B, 07U acre, 2'tUro phtcli.
1 6-Pukele, PaloJo Valley;
Sec. I, Taro and Pasture Lund, 102
Sec. II, makai part of Valley, Pas
ture Land, 36i acres.
17 Waiomao, Palolo, Taro"a'nd
Grazing Land at head of Valley,
area 74K acres.
18 Polo'ke, Makiki, remaining half
turo laud, 47 acre, ...
l y ai naneone. tooiaupoKo:,
OA P.tn'orSec Jil Pusiurc Land am
Fish Pond near ftlbhapd, '353 acres,
(2) Scc'O, remalniuguponlon of'Ka:
nououlul'i, Pastuie and Fish Pond;
containing 5 acres, ,
(3A Seq. D, Kaiuapuhi, Taro and Kulti
Lund, U acres.
(4) Sec. D, 2, KalUapuhi, P'lMOO
(0) Sec. F, Waikulua waho, at sea,
Taro andiKulaLand,'20 acres.
(6A Sbe. G,1 Waikalua" waho, the lolo
called Lanaila, Taro Lund, 511.100' acie.
(7) Sec. H, Wnlkuluu Loi, 61.100 ncre.
(b) Sec. J, Keaalau, Lclcot Waikulua,
60 55-100 acres, Fish Pond atio-, re
mainder good pasturjigo nl sea.
"(0) Two 'Islands of Mokinnanu, off
tS Further particulars of ihe',nboyo
Lund9,' etc, may be obtained' '-at' I lie
olllce vef the Commissioners of Crown
Lands, Alllbloni Hale.. .
CURTIS P. lUILEA,
fComm'l4Woncr' iAgent'of Crown
LEWIS' J1.' JDEVEY, -
Steam Works, SunnySoutli,
4 Tele.:' Bell 186? Muiual 245.
Depot,u"28: ' Miirchan'i ' irbot,
Tble.:'t3cli'172, Mutual 3G0.
Patent CJInss Valve Ilottled
CAPACITY 1,000 DOZEN PER' DAY.
Tho only English Apparatus 'making
J lHlgh Class
And Pure, Strong Effervescing
80rders delivered lo any part of
the city. Island orders solicited. 88 tf
AS this is Juhilco year it tends lo
make one look back and think
of the flight of time, nnd in this way
I am reminded that I am ono of tho
veterans in tho saio of yodr valua
ble and successful medicine. I
havo sold it from tho very first, nnd
have sent it into every country' in
Enrjlnnd and many parts of Scot
land. Well do I remomber tho
first circular you sent out some nino
or ten years ago. You had come to
England from America to introduce
Mother Scigel's Curative Syrup,
and 1 was strhek by a paragraph in
which you used these words:
"Ucing a strhngcr in a stroge land,
I do not wish the people to feci that
I want to tako the least advantage
over them. I feel that I have a.
remedy that will euro disease, and
I have so much coulklcncc in it that
I authorise my agents to refund the
tnoney if people should say that
they havo not benefitted by its hbc"
I felt nt once that you Avould never
Bay that unless the medicine had
merit, and I applied for thd agency,
a step 'which I now look back upon
with pride and satisfaction.
v Ever since that time I have found,
it by far the best remedy for Indi
gestion and' Dyspepsia "I have met
With, and I havo sold thousands of
bottles. It hns never failed in any
case where there were any of tho
following symptoms : Nervous or
stck headache, sourness of the sto
mach, rising of the food after eat
ing, a senso of fulness and heavi
ness, dizziness, bad breath, slime
and mucus on the gums and teeth,
constipation, 'and' yellowness of the
eyes and skin, dull and sleepy sen- "
sations, ringiug in the cars, heart
burn, loss of appetite, and, in short,
wherever there are signs that tho
systems is clogged, and tho blood is
out of order. Upon repeated in
quiries, covering a great variety of
ailments, my customer have always
answered, "I am better," or "I am
perfectly well." What I have sel
dom, or never seen before in the
case of anv medicine is'that nennle
telf each other of its "virtues, and
those who have been cured say to
the suffering: "Go(and get Mother
Reigel's Curative Syrup, it will
make "you well." Opt of tho hun
dreds pf cures I will name one or
two that happen to come" Into my
Two ,9ld gentjemen, whose names
they would not like me to"give you,
had been martyrs to Indigestion
and Dyspepsia, for .many years.
They'had tried all kinds of medi
cine without relief. One of them
was so bad he could not hear a
glass of ale., Both were advised 'to
use tho Syrup and. both recovered,
and were as hale and hearty as men
in the prime of life.
A ,remarkable case is that; of a
house painter mamed Jeffries, who
lived at Perish urst, in Kent. ' His
business obljged'him to expose him
self" a great deal to windandiWeath
r, andjhe was"seized wjth rheuma
tism, and his joints poon swelled up
.with dropsy, and were yery stiff
and painful. Nothjng that the doc
tors could do seemed lo reach tho
seat of the trouble. , It so .crippled
him that hot could. ,do hardly anv
' woik, and for, tlie whole. of the win
der of 1878 and '79, he had to give
.up and take to his bed. Ho had
been dillicted in this sorry way for
threo years, and was getting worn
out and discouraged, Besides, he
had spent over 13 for what he
callod "doctor's, stuff", without tho
least benefit. In tho. Spring, ho
(heard of what Mother Seigel!s Cura
tive Syrup has done for others and
bought a 2s. Gd. bottle of me. In
a few ;days ho sent me word he was
much better hefpre be had finished
the bottle. He then sent to me for
a 4s. Cd. bottle, and as X was goinp;
that r way I carried it down to him
"mys'elf. On getting to his houso
What wns my astopishment and sur.
prlso to 'find him out in "the garden
weeding an onion bed. ' lf could
hardly "believe ray own eyes, and
"You ought not torbo qut iero,
hmn, it may Wthe' death of you,
after being laid up all winter with
rheumatism 'and dropsy."
His reply was: "There is jio
dunger. The weather is (bio, and
"Mother Scigel's Curative Syrup has
donoformpina few days what (ho
doctors tould not do in threo years.
I think I shall get well now."
Ho kept on with tho Syrup, and
in three weeks he was at work again,
nnd has had no return of the trou
blo'for now nearly ten yetirs, ' Any
medicine that can do this should bo
known all over the world.
(Signed) Rci'kiit GitAiiAu,
Of Graham &"Son.
,JHolloway House, Sutabury,
June 25th, 1887.
Tho above wonderful euro of
Rheumatism was the result of tho
remarkable power of Mother oigej'a
Curativo Syrup tp cleanso tho blood
of tho poisonous humours that arfso
from Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
"Mother Sefgel's Curativo Synp
is for sale by all chemists and rne
diclno vendors, and by the proprie
tors, A. J. White, Limited, 85,
Fnrringdon Road, London, Eng.
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