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METEOROLOGICAL REPORT FOR NOVEM
BER. ' AT 0 A.M. I,O.CJUj T1MK.
,. . Means for month.
' Temperature Barometer 70.5
Uncorrected Biu'onti it Hcsullng.30.H7
Corf cctcd Barotiidtc Heading. . . .30.050
Temperature, dry 1 ilb. S0.1
rj'."" wct " 737
rJDfcv point 08.8
'RclalViV luirtlidUy C8.8
Elasttc"fOi'0d bt aqueous vapor 709
AT 9 r. M. LOCAIi TIME.
Temperature BaTOtncter 70.C
Uncorrected Barometer Kcadlng.30.110
Corrected Bar6tnetcrR'eadlnff. . . 30.052
Temperature, dry bulb...
Eliis'tio force of millions vapor ...
Mnkimuin thermometer. .'.
Minimum thermometer -.
Baiufnllas per Flurioinotertfttchcs) 4.303
EXTREMES FO MONTH..
Highest concctcd Bar. reading, 30.101
on tho 21st at 9 A. ai.
Lowest corrected Bar. reading, 20.843
on tho 16111 atd a. mJ
Highest temperature in shade, S7.2
on the 21 st.
IiOtwesb temperature in shade,. 05
on. the 14 th.
"Greatest daily rainfall, 2.300 inches
The"tttal number of deaths reported
distributed as follojys:
Under, 1 yeari.
From 1. to C-. .
Frbni 5, to 10..
From 10 to 20.
From '20 to' 30.
From 30 to 40...
From GO,, to CO...
From 00 to 70...
. . . 4
CAUSE OK' HEATH.
Asthma 2 ! Erysipelas
Accident ....... 1
Brlgh't'a' Disease, 0
Consumption.. . 8
Cholera litlari't.. 0
Dis.' of Heart.... 2'
Dis'.o'f Spine.... 0
Dis, of Throat. . l
Fever. .Brain.... 0
Inflammation ... 1
J.fep. Exhaustion 0
Old Age 4
Typlioid "Fever.. 0.
Unknown ., 2(
Ulcer of 'Stomach-0
Number unattended 15
COMPARATIVE 3IOKTIILT MORTALITY.
Nov.J8S4 50 Nov. 1887 45'
Nov. 1885 30 Nov.lSSS 50
Nb,y, 188.G 40,
Nbn-Rcsldent , 1
Annual death rate per 1000 for month
SICKNESS IN THE SCHOOLS.
Fort Street School. . .
St. Louis College...
.. 240 10
. ...370 50
. . .130. ....... 50
Sickness in schools is whooping cough,
J. II. Brown,
Agent Board of.. Health.
A SERIOUS CHARGE. ,
James Bennett was, arrested Sat
urday' evening on a warrant, and
stands, charged with the larceny of
a bill of exchange drawn on the
b"ank of Bishop & Co. for '$G3, said
15111 ofcxc'ha'nge being the property,
of, J. M1. Kippen, latjely- deceased
in' Honolulu, said bil of exchange,
haying, been drawn by C. II.
Dickey, Qf Makaw'ao, Maui, and
stoipn from the late J. M. Kippen
irf Honolulu, on; or ahout"Nov. ' 17,
1888'. It ajipjars that a f ejv days
before Kippen died, he, made a com
plaint to tlie'pblicc that lie had lost
the cheque. Being detected in
trying to n6gbtiate the' document led
to Bennett's arrest.
The masquerade, ball given by' the.
" Portuguese i .Philharmonic Society,Sa
turday evening, at, the liall of the
Portuguese Mutual Benefit Society,
was quite a successful affair. The
interior of the building was tastily
decorated 'With Hawaiian, American
arj'd Portuguese flags, with, ferns and
palih leaves'. Portraits, of the" King
of Portugal and' Mr. P. A. Dias,
Pfegident.oftbe 'Society, were djs
play'e'cfm conspicuous places. Hun
dreds of colored lanterns' were hung
along the street approaching" tlie
hall, but, unfortunately the wind
was too strong and they could not
bo kept lighted. In front of the
building 'was a temporary 'stand oc
cupied by the" Portuguese band. The
ball was in the bauds' of the follow
ing:' Reception Committee J1. M
Vivas and M. A. Gorisalves.- FJoqr
Committee : J. Fernandes! and J. M.
Gomes. Managing Committee P.
A. Dias, A. G. Sllva, L. An'drade
There was not a very, laro array
of, masquoraders, bub some of the
comical cbstumes- caused consider
able merriment among tho spectators.
A. Dlai represented a Wolf, W. C'qt
trell a clown, J." Mi Vivas and J. A.
Gonsalvea old men, while one young
man waa "attired" in an empty
cask; The flrstprize, a plush toilet
set, for the bdst robe, was; awarded
tp Mrs! "W. L. Cottrell; the second,
a bVonie -inkstand, for the most
comical costume, to, J Kspcrito
Santos' The'HaWaifab stririe band nlaved
for dancing' arid betweon' tho dances
the .Portuguese baud gave selections.
Just befbrethe ofoso of'tbe'balj, two
yeungnien dressed in Chinese cos
tume gare a performance withflddlo
and gtong which: caused much merri
ment. Refreshments vfdre served in
rtke grounds by tho Elite Ice Cream
Parlors. Quite a handsome sum
(should1 be realized by the ' Pliilliar-
EXCURSION TO WAILUKU.
To-morrow afternoon the Likcltko
will sail at five o'clock for Maul,
with tho Knights of Pythias excur
sion party. A now lodge will be
oponcfl at Walluku, and tho party
will return to Honolulu Saturday
morning. The Royal Hawaiian
band will accompany the excursion.
The following arc booked to leave :
Deputy Supreme Chancellor David
Dayton and Mrs. Dayton ; Past
Chancellors, Jno. A. llassinger, M.
E. Grossman, W. G. Ashley with
Mrs, Ashley, Z. K. Meyers with
Mrs. Myers. R. M. Fuller, A. Gar
tenberg, (.'has. J. McCarthy, Geo.
C. Stratemever, H. Smith, Tbos.
Lloyd, Tlios. R. Lucas and J. D.
Holt; Chancellor Commander, M.
1J; Kennedy; Vlce-Chanccllor Com
mander, Fred "Waldron; Knights,
C. y. Ziegler, Frank Gertz, P. A.
Dias, Jno. Kidwcll, Fred Lewis, Fred
Harrison, with Mrs. Harrison, Frank
Hustace, vrithMrs. Hustace ; Arthur
Richardson, Chas. T. Wilder, W,
C. Wilder Jr., J. L. Torbert, with
Miss Torhort, P. O. Sullivan and J.
C.. White.; Mrs; H. Johnson, Miss
Richie, Miss McCandlcss, Miss Ca
roline. Rfolt, Miss' Lillic Nott, Miss
Ward,, Mrs. H. F. H'ebbard.
THE DAMIEN FUND.
The following letter which appears
in the current number of ' the
"Anglican Chronicle" is self-explanatory
177 Camden Grove, N. Pcckham,
S. E., October 8 188.8'.
To the Editor of Truth: Dear
Sir,: Allow. ,mq, through your, col
umns, to cordially thank those who
have contributed to the above fund.
I'havo received up to the present
210 out,. ot the" 1,000, for vhich
an, appeal was. made. I confess to
being, disappointed, having so con
stantly' licafd rich, people 'express
their opinion that the poor leper
priest was the "greatest saint liv
ing." Il'may 'interest you to know
that the amount collected has been
made up of1 small, sums, including the
names, of several clergy of the
Church of England and other com
munion's. Society, so called, has
subscribed almost nil but bigotry
i has been, entirely absent, both of
which" facts are instructive.
! The fund will be closed on Oct.
I remain yours. obediently,
Hugh B. Chapman,
Vicar St. Luke's, Peckham.
The Makawao Literary Club held
its regular monthly meeting 'on
Tuesday evening, Nov. 22, at the
residence of honest Lowrie. This
was one of the most successful and
iovous meetings ever held bv the
'Club. The moon was gloriously
bright, and the roads in splendid
condition. Well do I ween that
more thanono soft heart beat more
quickly, and the fair check'suff used
with pleasure, as words of love from
some gallant cavalier were whisper
ed in her ear on this splendid night,
which none can soon forget.
The programme for this occasion
was,ac;ood one. It' was arranged
by Mrs. Hall and Mr. Charles
Dickey:, and they deserve great cre
dit for the. same.. The evening's
entertainment! opened with a quar
tette song, "Keep .Silence." The
'singers. w.era.Mrs. Hall, Miss Dora
Simpson, Hon. II. P. Baldwin, and
Mr. Dickey. Tho audience certainly
did keep silence and listened with
wrapt attention to the wonderful
music. I can only say it could not
possibly be excelled, even by your
Honolulu aptists, The, song, "The
Fisher's Boy,"by Mrs. Lowrie, was
received with great applause. The
piano selection bv Mrs. John A.
Palmer was splendid. This, lady is,
a hrst class musician, as many
others can testify. So is Jilrs. Lor
rin Andrews, and lier c'ffb'ria to
please Tverc eminently successful.
Remarks by Mr. Warren Good
ale jn cpf enco of the old Missjoq
arie's'wer.o full of, sound argument
and none.of honest mind could deny
A recitation entitled "Going
Somewhere," was given by Mrs, H.
B. .Baifey. ' This piece is, a combina
tiqn of humor and pathos, and no
one is better palcuiated for such
reading than Mrs! Bailey.
Reading by Miss, Goodule and
, other gpod things followed. Lastly,
i a character song, "We will, have to
mortgage the farm," by Mrs, Gu-
, lfck and Mr. IDieke, abjy assisted
i by Mrs. Hall, the. Misses Wyckoff
and Simpson, and Messrs. Gulick,
Foster and George Bailey. Tlie
special mention of this song is well
merited, it beiug simply perfect,
We are glad to mention they did not
have to mortgage the arm.
Tlieso meetings aro both enter
taining aiift instructive, and arc a
great credit to our district,
The next meeting will take place
at tho rcsidepce of Mr. II. B, Bailey
and everybody knows that means
lots of fun.
There have been sovcral burglaries
committed in our midst in tho last
fqw days. Mr. Larjs of Paia fired
three shots, at a burglar, but un
fortunately missed, his man. Our
eillclent Sheriff, Mr. ChiJIingworth,
has his eye on some bard cases, and
will no doubt soon have them in
Mills arc all grindIng,lotsof sugar
finding its way by rail to Kahului,
thence to 'Frisco by tho many ves
sels arriving at- port. With aloha,
Kula, Maui, Nov. 25th.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
X advertise it in the Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN WEEKLY
SENTEHCED TO DEATH.
At tho term of Court nt Waimca,
Hawaii, during tho past week, a
Chinaman named Aknua was found
guilty of tho murder of Ah Saug at
JNnpbopoo, Hawaii, on the 3d of
November. The jury returned a
unanimous verdict of guilty and
Mr. Justice Blckerton senteiiccd the
prisoner to death. The condemned
irian Is now confined in Oahu jail.
I i 1 ' I i . l' T I in ..
THE BRITISH NAVY.
. Lord' George Hamilton , First Lord
OLiue .auunrniiy, apeamng.uii-vjtius-gow,
Oct. 11th, on the state of the
.British naVy', Bald that twenty-nine
men-ofrwar, aggregating, ono hun
dred thousafld tons, would be com
pleted In December next. England,
he thought, ought to follow the ex
ample of Australia, and organise-efficient
bodies of men, and build' 'ves
sels for local defence and the' pro
tection of trade centres, At the
nrosent timo eicht of the lareest of
the British men-of-war were waiting I
to bo supplied with guns, the; pro
duction of which must be acceler
ated. DISASTER AT SEA.
The steamer. Tolfaen, Captain
Owen, arrived in Nowry Caiial' to
day, with" a' cargo oi grain' from
Liverpbol to Ncwry, consigned to
Mr. James Fcnncll, of' this toWn.
The captain gives the following ac
count of the' terrible disaster that
befell ' his steamer on tho 5th'inBt'.?
when she was about- ten miles from
Orme?S' Head, by which five sailors
were drowned and the steamer ndr
rowly escaped' being sunk: We
sailed on the 4th of October from
Liverpool Dock, with a cargo- of
grain for Newry; consisting of 183
tons. The wind was H". W. byWv,
fresh breeze and showery. Next
morning a' fresh breeze was blowlbg
from the same quarter, with squalls.
Everything went well till about 2 a.
m. when the sea commenced to1 rise
and the steamer began to ship water
occasionally. At 3 a. m. a heavy
cross sea struck' tho vessel about the
starboard side of the forerigging
and threw the vessel on her beam
cuds'. Wc were about ten miles
from the Great Orme's Head at the
time. The crow thought the vessel
wa3 sinking and went to prepare the
boat in' order to save their lives. I
came down from the bridge and as
'soon as I landed on deck a heavy
sea broke on board-and washed me
about considerably. I was nearly
washed overboard, but I saved my
self by' getting hold of a stan'chebn
aft on the lea side, as I was on the'
'vergoof- being washed away; As
soon as I managed to get' on my!
feet I went forward and found only5
the fireman (John Ro6erts)'on deck.
Excepting Roberta and myself tlie'
rest of the crew and tho boat' were'
swept away. The first thing we
did when the steamer uprighted a
little we both went on the bridge.
I thought the best thing that- could
be done'to save our lives and pro
perty was to kee'p the steamer be
fore the wind, which wo managed to
do after a good deal' ot trouble.
The vessel was very nearly being
swamped several times. At about
5:30 a. m. we managed'to bring the
steamer to an anchor at Rose ' Bay',
and on searching about thd decks'
we found that every moveable arti
cleabout the. decks had'beenwasbed
away. The boat and the unfortun
ate men were never seen after the
steamer righted.. In the meantime
we got up a" Bignal of distress and
both of us went below to the fore
bold to trim the cargo so as to up
right the vessel. At about 9 a. nV.
tho Llandulas lifeboat came along
side to our assistance with ten men
to trim the cargo. After working'
for severalhours trimming tho cargo'
the lifeboat left for the shore, leav
ing four of their crew to assist to
take the steamer to land. Wo could
not very well tell what water was in
the hold owing, to the steamer roll-'
ing about so much. We' caraq to
anchor at 2:30. p. m. at Garth,
Mcnai Straits, wheni we fonncT that
there were four feet of water in the
well of tho steamer, although the
pumps were kept going from the
time of -the disastor. A watchman
was engaged to watch tho pumping.
I shipped a new crow on the 8th,
And handed over tho effects of the
deceased crew to the Superintehdenb
of CustomB at Bangor" We then
sailed, for Newry port where wo ar
rived safely. Weekly Irish News.
THE ONLY READABLE PA
JL PER in the Kingdom "The
Dally Uullptlii." fif) cents per mouth,
JL "The Dallv Bulletin." B0 cents
THE VEEKLY BULLETIN
JL. 26 columns, puroly locul niatfer
Mailed to foreign countries, $5 per
Tuqedny, Nov, 27.
The "Ko Alakai,"
a native news
paper has busted,
Mij. M, 1), Monsarrnt has been ap
pointed District' Dop'uty Grant), Sire
I. O. Q. P for thia. jurisdiction,
Mas. J, A. Rodariet, dressmaker,
has reihovcd from Km ma street to
Hotel street, opposite the Y, M, O. A,
We aro eorry to learn that the
health of Mra. Dickson has not im
proved muuU for tho bettor since she
A sketch and accounted a Ha-
Batrt amMmwwma wwwMW"t' ' - --
SUMMAira : HOOLULU
waiian feast appears in the 'Illus
tiatod London News" furnished by
Lieut. Smith Dorrion of H. B. M. S.
The. upper Voranda in front of the
Boll Telephone Company hiltf bech
repaired, by putting in substantial
supports and a now floor. It' is a
i docided improvement.
Among: tho many things in How
ett',8 show window aro somo pretty
Christmas and New Year's cards, re-
'presenting local scenes, painted by
jsir. ami Mrs. Joe strong.
A Hawaiian lady now on a visit to
WhiahlOf writing of ;Mrs. V. 8. N.
Emerson, recently deceased, says,
"She vaB-a real friend to the natives,
and' Was well' liked by oVcry -native in
thd district.. They htfVo lost' their
Mebsiis. Wanner & Co., arc open
ing, out. a beautiful stock of jewelry
apd, siiyprwaro, just, received. It
comprises the newest an,d,finR8tgopd8
mat. aro manuiacfureu, inuojiHcaiiy
similar to what Shrpvp, &y)o.
;Francisco", and Tiffany, ot ifq
ON'board tho nark Coltirha which
touched' at this port en 'route' f6r(
soven in number. Four of. them are
Btudontswho havo just, left college
;and aro going round the world for
'pleasure. .They came ashore and
.spent considerable money.
' Thursday, Nov. 29.
Hon. Sam Parker gare a supper
.par.y, at ids, residence last eyoning.
TiiE.Qovernment,hoiises andi tho"
principal nicrehantsf the city .clos
ed at n'obn to-day.
Tiie liameliin'eha school .baseball
nin.''li'eat'. a' team ifroni tho'ltoyal
Btihqo", oti.thd liliiki' groiinjl," Weil
Mr. WtiiiAiM-.Lislim'an)- was""pleas-antiyisUVpri80'l.'liv:ii:-'l'aVgu''iiitnb,i,r''oi
frionds; Mdhdny"dvcHiifg,'it buiiig'his
In f uthru; nil jvlio aro' iriVit'ed to
mnkri The .trip to Pearl. Harbor, are
requested to Ijo.jJn bowd itho- slcitmtfr
Ewa.apclock- a ni. -sharp.
' , AccqnmNj tp,thc.'!Adycrtiscr',!' the
Buietjn r'ead'qrs hada "refreshing
feslj' 'yesterday. 'Xlio; .former was
riot so" generous- with, its .patrons.
Wi ttiAii' MftreY the hnck'" 'driver.
who" has 'a, charge' of vagrancy pend-
letf' the cou'ntrv
on the barkentine
S:"'Gl Wililer ' to
The Post Office despatched oy tho
Coneuelo on Monday 1257 letters and
358 packages of papers ; by tho S: G-.
Wilder this morning 542 lettors' and
377 packages of papers.
Tendeks for the erection of a resi
dence for the Superintendent at the
leper settlement, Molokai, should ,be
sent in to the offico of tho Board-of
Health, before noon to-mprroiy.
Mh. I. B. Smith, the electrician,
leavcB on tho S. G. Wilder for a trip'
for the benefit of his health'. He will
also attend to sonic" matters1 of busi
ness while away. MsjW.. O. Fiiblk-
willact for him during his' absence.
Hawaiian Independence Day was
observed' in, a very quiet manner
yesterday. Tho. Government, diplo
matic and, conpular.Jlag8-wore flying,.
apu a. sijiupo was nrcu at noon irom
thq'" shore ba't'tery.
! Mr. Charles' .Brickvypod, died at his
residence' Mqaniilua, early Wednes
day morning', and Was btlried' from
the Itomaii Ca'th'olib'Cathed'ral at 4
o'clock in the afterqo'on. He' had
been ill foYa longtime'-past.
The Potter 'suspender 'fia'n' nrjiclb
that should be used by eVery gentle
man. There, is no-rubber to1' rot' nnd
jits elasticity is perfect. If gentlemen'
Idpsire cqmfortable' Htisporiders tlio'y
'shpuld call at, M. Goldberg's! and buy
The Biblical .lecturp, illustrated by.
'the magic' lanter.ri, dpljyered by.ltev.
!H. H. Gpwen before thq'Sf., Pcter'a.
'Guild, Tuesday evening, .wiis niiicli
'enjoyed by those preSo'ht'.. T,ho Key.
gentleman is an cxcctdinljly' inl'er-cstln'g-speaker.
Friday, .N'qy. .30.
The tramway ia beig,la,ifi,on Ala
Trite King went to JCailqjv on tho
W. G. Hall thiB( mpr'nirig.!
t Ti E; Eva'ns lias, been. ipppinted,
clerk of the Ldhaina' marketsy1 J'fau'i.
Mri. Chas. LJ'Cartcr; has-been rfp
pointed a notary public for thePirst
Judicial Court' of -he Kingdom.
Tub Thanksgiving concert at
last, evening, Wfla. fairly well attend
ed,, Tho aujip.ucot cnporedl Beveral.
1 jDr. R.. ,b; lliaips latp of, th.o
U. Si revenue. Btpqqierqsl), arrived
from San. Fraiicco' pii, tlm, y. G.
Irwin, 'anil -Will reflu'mq tlm d.iitiea of.
Government. ' physician: ' at! Hana,
HA'cit Inspector Macy has no ar
ranged it, thatat'th'e band1 concerts
4t,Emma Square,1 carriages' aro qb
l'gedito enter the Squaro1 by' thd.
lpyv.er entrance, and leave by tho
upper ono. This arrangement' is
bound to save confusion,
Saturday, Dec. 1,
Ohiustmas falls on a Tuesday.
The Weather vas flutyo cool at an
i'ihewooi) can nq Had from
Government Forestry; Makiki.
A BMAUi mail was fQrwanled to San
Francisco' by tho ship J, O. Pllugeft
Tjibhe Was an abundance of raiu
at Ilamakua thd early part of this.
The Anglican Church Chronicle
fdr Dpc'pmbpr is out. It is an excel
Dn. Raymond baa been apppinted
School' Agerit'fbr tlie district of Kau,
Hawaii, in place ot G. W. Q. Jonesy
Mr, T. R. Walker, British Yicc
ConsiH, and Captain Acland, R, N
havo gono to tho Volcanp on tli
eteamor W, G. Hall.
Mr. F. B, Auorbach has bee.n ap
ppinted bookkeeper for the Hawaiian
Hotel Stables Company, nnd entered
upon his duties this morning.
A chauoe of furious driving pre
ferred against Thos, King, waa sus
tained in the Police Court yesterday,
aid he was fined $5 with f 3,00 costs.
Sambon Greenwood, the colored
H. I., ECJBEEJm
blue inckct. was tried veslerdnv af
tpfrjbon' "fpjr; ii's'sjiMt. ana battery on a
polico ofilecr wih a knifo ami found
Mu. A. A. Montana, who., reconlly
met a' B6rious accident to his
left arm, is very much improving
ftiHl-isiii a condition tp feeo his friends
, tv't the Queoii's llospital, wherd ho
1 now is.
A CHinaman', a.clerk in tho employ
of Afong, has,. brought suit against,
Captain Larsen of tlio Polico force,
for $2,000 damages for entering his
premises, as ho alleges, without a,
Messub. W, Q. Irwin & Co. imhonnco
thti JaphhesdBteamer Tnknsago Marti'
asduc here about the 28th 'bf Decem
ber with" Japanese. Sh6 le'avci'agalh
January. 1st1, 1889,for Ybkohama ahll
Hongkong, with passengers and
A magnificent oih painting of a
-.cluster of magnolias is on. bxliibition
in the window of Uo, Pacific. Hurtl
.is tlie wprfc'otj Ju8S. Luju . Fnnrnpg,
'aiVd a'fi'esli oVitlen'co'bf'tlVq.taleji vof
the young' lady1' in tliis,' dffcclion.
"Miss Prtnriibg'i's'Koi'ng, to'glVd'lessoh's
who ia. ijow Hiuyiiiir in uio ibihuum
Monday', Dec. 3.
H. B, M. S Coi'iiORANX arriyed. at
lino last, jftionuay.
TAVENfY-FiVE deaths occurred from
whooping cough" during tho month
The excursion to Pearl River. Har
bor, on Saturday, in tho steamer
Ewa, vfixs a very .pleasant affair.,
Mu. Henry Smith Deputy Clerk
,o tho Supremo Court, gpes;to, 'Maui
with the Pytliian excursion for a
.well earned vacation.
The tcniperahce mcelipg at, Brew
er's' block, Sa'tuVda'y'' evening", vyaa
fairly well attdpde'd. Mjisfersl "VV,.
Hoblis, Peck' and others addressed
The Honolulu Arion S6cicty held
their regular monthly meeting
on Saturday evening, in the) Hayeel
den Hall, which they used! for the
first, time. The meeting was: followed
by a social.
Shortly after 7 o'clock, this 'morn;
ing it team of, horses' attached, to a
dray' loaded' with merchandise, ran
away on Nutianu street.. The. dray
collided with 'the' Mossinan building,
throwing the horses down and scat:
teringlth'e' merchandise, in every di'r
r'ection. Very little' damage " -wag
Sthir "tV" G Hall from Hawaii and Maui
Am 1'gtne W G Irwin, 18 days from
, , San. Francisco
Am bktne Discovery, 20 days from, San
Stmr C K.Bishopfrom Koolau
Stinr Fwa from Ewa1
Schr Ifa.Moifrom Hawaii,
Sloop Kahihllanl from Ewa
Stnir.Kaala from Walalua and Waianae-
6tm,r okoiii irom juoioitai
ScHr Hnrah &'Eli7.a from ICoolau
Schr Kawailaui from ICoolau
Sttnr jMlkahala froni, Kauai
Stmr Wnialeale from Kilauea and Ha-
Stmr Likellkc from Maul
Schr Rainbow from Koolau
Sclir Manuokawai frqpi Koolau
StrarWuia for Hamakua at 5 p,m
gtriu'-'Mlkuliala for-Kauai-.it 5 p m
t-tmr Jas Makce for Kapaa at C n m
. at r, p m
If py 21
Stirir, Iivalanl'. ,'for' lja,h'aina andllama,
ktia at 9, a' hi
Stnir Kaala for Walaiiaoand AValalua at
Stmr W 9 Hall fpr Lnhalnaj tyaahxea.
Koiia, K'aiiaud tlie, YblcancT at 10
'o'clo'ck'a' m '
Bk.Jj (; Pfluger,for San Jfrahclsco
Stmr Mokolll for Mplpkni at S p m
Stmr Jas Make? for Kapaa at5,p in
Stmr Kaaja for Watarine and Walalua at
Stmr J A 'Qijjh'irnB fpy Koojpu at.9 a m
t " i
Hwt u.t :
2 Dr N BOSmerson.iE ASihaofer. G E'
O Smith.' O Lnrsen.1 "Miss
odeliotise." Alis's Glade, lllsa
Hilda BurRdss, Miss' F Happor, lira
AlapaJ aud W deck. ,
From Ilanalei and Kilauea, per stmr
Wplajcalfl, UcOZr-R Geyjip and.10
FrotnMahl'perB'tm'r Llkeliko, Dec '2
-r-G P Wilder and wlfdfGe'd O J$6oK-?
lev: M Loulf son. and. wife. J N S WU-,
Hams, Johil Bak6r, Antone Sylva, B Q
Jo'rifcS, LaiivTapNapapa, Wilfld an'tf 41
nrsoc from Iftlaatl FertB.
Stmr Lehua 1000 bgs sugar, 300 bgs
Stmr MOkollI C2 bbls molasseai 100
sheep, 15 head of cattle' and 0
Stmr Llke.ike1100 bgs sugar; and 160.
SphiLavlula950' bgs' ritfe.
Tho sailing of the stmr Kaala has
been" deferred until to-morrow morn.
"'hobkthoHG Wilder. ,saled ipr Sa'ii,
Francisco' at- 1 o'clbck 'thli 'afternoon
with a full cargo of Hawaiian' p'r6dficd,
Nov 30 -
Tlie,6ailugpfll)p, German hark J 0
Pfltiger 1ms bqen postponed till to-morrow
' ' ' '"" ""q
PODMORE On the 29th inst., nt 258
King street, to the wife of MrJ B
Y, Podmore, A eon.
-Ff 9fli5fta -ftimo-jco per
irwinjN ov a Mrs.ji; tiasc
i irni ..;.! r.:i iit'j-rlV,
u tt iiiiiiius, iuiu i ,iiji;vjivu1'M.
Fromltduai: per fitirir!MlkahaM
Auction Sales by Lewis. J. Levey,
.. II . I. I !.. . I !! -
AUCTION SALE- OF
By order of tho Commissioners of , Crown
Lands, thd LfiWbs of (he fol-
lowing LundS for a
TERM OF FIFTEEN YEARS
WIU be sold at Public Auction,
On MONDAY, Dectiinber 10, '88
AT'lSi O'CIiOCK NOON,
tho Snlpsrooms of LnWU J. Levey,
1 ll'acloliul, N. Kona, about C.milcs
NortUorirallba by rd.d, Ian jl extends
ft-otn tlia;fcn to the Woods, portion nciir
the .upper Government 'roHtl( gboil for
co'fTco raising, said to have, a, good. sea
flsllb'ry, area about lOOo' acres. Upset
1 2 Puaa 3,' N. Kona Remnant of,
apout '10 acres at tlie hca, ndle eoUtli
3 Unqulli, Si Kona, containing 3G7
afcle, foilr"iulluV from' Kaa'vyalaa Land.
Injf;' formerly- leased by- H.' Nt Green.
4 Honomalino, S. Kona, Ahiipnaa
'ncjir the Kau line, land, extends. from
tt'e,Bea to ine upper ridge omen.on.a
'forest, landing good about1 2 miles' from .
.upper Gnvcfnmcril'rdad; area Kbout' 3000
acres.. . Upset, ptlce, 82M).
5 Olaaj Eunn, Ahupuaa about ia
miles from tho town .of Silo, extends
niong'tlib Uilq woods to' nearlylhe Vol
eatfojof Kilauea,- bod ' iiastunige, area
54,200acrcs. Upset price, 150.'
6r-Tonliuwai, llilp, Sec.. I, extends
from the Ha'lal.Hllls towards llaupalon,
about lOnillcs. .Good for 'grazjn'cput.
pp'ses, area1- 2,89fi acres, upset prfce,
Seo, IIj. remaining portion of. the'sea
frontage, containips.about.8 or 10 acres.
Unset' nrice!'8YflO. '
'Sec.' Ill; lV'and'YI, Remnants in
town, good 'Building Xtits.
7r-Pollpoli,Waietiu, Cane and Kula
Land.'7' AVdht- 60'- acres. 'Upset price',,
8r-Alam(hi, Lnhaina;' Kula Land nnd
Flsjj Pond, cpntp.inlQK.' an) ar'ea offOJi
p'e'rea. ' Upsefpric'e," $23..
9 Lapakea; Lnliiiiuu, V6:i00" acres" in
10 IUkahi, Lalnunn,- Bfimnant of
about " acre;.
11 Mdkuiiila, LnliHna, Fish Pond at
Wain'ee nViili'iil of'Cliurch.
j'2 Walalaa, IhuW good Pasture
Land, area al'.nut 1 00' abVeV. ' Upset
price,' 6I00. ..
13 Naplli, Kaanapall, PastureJLand,
about 400 ncree. -
14 K Kaukahokq, in 6 pieces, 5 41.
Apiina 1, 684 acre,
Apana2, 608 Jac're, 1 taro' patch of
Apana 3, 398 acre', 2 taro patch of Kau.
Apana 4, 177 acre, 1. taro patch of..
Apana 5, OflOacre, 1 taro patch.
Apan (f,0 lU'ncre, 2 taro' patch.
1 5 Pukele, PalOlo, Valley.:
bee. I, Tarp.aud Pasture Land, 162,
8cc. II, makai part of Valley, Pasture
Land, 3 acres: Up?et prlre;$U0.
1 B Waioinao. Falolo.-Tard and Giiiz-'
l,ing Land al,head,of. Va)ley, area 74s
acrcs. upset, price, $ovy.,
17 Pblok'e, Makiki, remjiining half,
taro land, 43T acre.
18 AtJKaneobe.'Koolaupoko: ,
(1) Part ot Sec.P,, Piisturb Ii.and and,
Fisu.I"ond near, M6anp,.ara acres.
' (2) Sec. ,0, ' 'remaining'-p'(i ii'ion. 6T Ka.
(3) Sec. D, Kaluapuhi.Tot'o'and.Kala
Land, U acres. . . ,
(4) Sec. .D; 2, Kn'uapuli, 1 15.100
(5) Sec. F, Wnlk'nlifa' waho, at-sea,
Taro and. Kula Land, 2i acres.
(G),Seo. G, Waikalua wahfl, the. lele
called Lannila,.Ta6 Land, By.100 acre.
(7) Sed.,H, W'alkalaii Ldi, G.,t10(J a'cre.
(tf) Sec. J, ireadl'au,lLole'if Watk'nVia,
66 65.100 aires,. FUh Pond K acfe-,' re.
muinder go,od;pa,sturagit n "j;a..
(9) Two Islands of llokiimanti, off--Mokapu.
'gT' Furlher particulars ,of thd aUore
Lands, etc.', may- be otitairied' at 'the'
olllc5! of the Commissioners' off Crown
Lands, Alllqla'iillale. ,
-" ; , QfaR'mp;. rMKA,
Ccmmlsplftnor & A';ept ot 'Oi'6y
tES, J. JSEVYs,,,
B8',tg,wu''7t.d . ,4uqionecr,
' J.'J-1J1 'Ill'Ul'f ';''"' Mi '" L'' "'-'
Steam Work," Sunny South,
- Tolp.: Bei,i8G,, Mutual .245.
Deppfr; 28, RJorcn'ah- SZeol,1
ToIoi:Bell 172, Mui'urfr-360;
, Modern Maeliliiery'.
Potent dnss ValVe Bottles
capacity T,qpo;pb'ri.'p:n 6ay.
Tho only, English" Apparatus making.
' High Class'
And Pure, Strong Effervescing
StfB-Ordera delivered to any Part of
I the city, Ieland orden iollclted Wt
1 1 ft W ItIA ml lVr IK R-n'
Tax Collector s Nofav !
Distriot of Honolulu, Island of Oahu.
rpAX Payers in this district aio heroby
X. notifled Hint tho taxes of Hie cur
rent yenr will he due nnd pavable at tho
ofl'cc of the undersigned, No. b8 Mcr
cliunt f-trcct, tlilh city, on the 1st day. of
November, A D 18-13 Ofllco open from
8 a u. to 5 r ii, dally. Ahy jiorson dc
siring 10 pay his axct before tho aliovo
mentioned date can do to at the collec
, tor's ofUce as above indicated.
i?All nmounts Tcirtalbing' unpaid
! after tho lGlh.day of Decern b'ornoxt will
be liable to, an additional 10 per cent
and cosis of collection.
CHAS. '. GULICK,
Tax Collector', District of Honolulu.
1 Honolulu, Oct, 25, 1MJ8. 83.GtB9.4t
i .,.. .:.:. .-. i i.'i ... ,,-L-j..' .
Uridor tho'Patronago of Her 'Majesty
tho Quoen. . . ,
AhaM. Hopnlu & Hopla Mni
Will open their Grand' Biizar, for the
benellt of the Society
Oa, SatnMay, Dec. 23-, '88,
HONOLULU' RIFLES ARMORY,
Cor, BeFAtauto & Innclibowl Streets.
JtSytLadic3 and gebtlemon wishing to
assist in a charitable' Work are kindly
requested to stud their contributions to
the' rr)6m's'adjoinine;'the Chamberlain
. ' '"Secretary..
HnRotnu, October 17, 168. 08 3ra
SLUGGISH1 LIVER,; ETC;-
UNLIKE many-kinds of cathartic
medicines, do not, make-bu
feel worse before you feel better.
Their operation , is gentle; but tho.r-.
ougli, nn'd'Unattended with.diBagWe.
abl'e effects, such as nausea, griping,
Seigel?s Opoicating Pills'
are the;beat family' physio.' that, Was'
evervbeeri discovered. They ple'ansej
th.e bowels, frorji, o,. -rritatlng aub
stances; ahd'lea've them iii a healthy
The best remedy extant for. the",
bane of ur, lryes-constipation. q'nd
These Pills prevent fevers arid-all
klridaof sickness, ;by removing5 all"
poisonous 'matter from the Ijqfyels.
Tliey operate, briskly, yet, 'mildly
If you take a; severe cold, and are
thi-ea't'ehedwitli a fever, with' pain's,
in tho'hea'd, back" and limbs, one or,'
two doses, ot Q.eigelfs Operat
ing; 11118; will break up the dokV
and prevent' the' fever.
A coa't'ed'tongud, with a bfackisK
taste', is csjusetl by foul 'mattflri.,
In tho stomach, A few doses ot.
SpigoPs Operating Bills will
cleanse the stomach; TtiraoVo tlie' pad''
taste, and restore the appetite, andj
wUli it bring good-liealtl),
Oftentimes, diseased, or partially,
decayed, food, causes- sitikness.
nausea and diarrhoea, Iftlq'uowels'
are'cleansed from this impurity wjth'
dose of Soigol's Operating.
Pills,; tbpso disagreeable effects
will vftnieb, and good health will
Seigle's Operating Pils,
prevent;, il'-pffqcta from excess, in,,
eating or drinking. A good dose at-.
bedtipio renders a pcraon fit for
business in the morning,
These Pills, being Stiga'r-coa1te'cl,;
are pleasant to take. The iMgx$'
nblj (aso, common to most pills. Tai
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GISTS & MEDICINE YEKDORS.
A. J, WHITE, Limited',
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