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No. 25. —..--.
Apia, 19. Septeiiiber 1903. '
3. Jahrg.
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Aufgebot. J In einer der letzten Nnmmtrn


unsercr Zeitung brachten wir eiuetr
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und . das Knde ist da. Weon die
Geschichte nicht allzu schief geht,
Oder Scfapden bringen, nicht ueber-
winden;' I)er Grosse kano gedojdig
j Artikel des Herrn W. v.Hanneken, so hat der Kleine das Glueck, als warfen; er verteift Veriust and Ge
der una der Beachtung werth schien Administrator auf seiner fruehererr winnst auf vieieAcker and aul viele
Es wird hicnnit bekannt j uud dessen Inhalt wir denPflauzern, Fflanznng im Dienste des Grossen Jahre trad bat- den verstaendigen
nmcbt, dags tier Kaufmunn I die ihre Pflan*ungen tnit Chinesen zu stehen. Trost bei einer schlechten Ernte,
MAX bearbeiten, rticht vorenthalttn woll- Solche I.iedlein habe ich noch in das mal wieder cine gate komtnen
RITTER von SCHROEDER, ten. Mit dieser Post ist uns ein jedem Tropenlande, welches ich muss. ..„_,.

Ausscbnitt, ohne Angabe tier Zei- kennen lcrnte. pfelfen hoeren.


27 Jtihre alt, gebuertig ans . tung, der er entstammt, zugegan- Aus rerschiedenen Gruenden
Tricst, wolmhaft in Apia, Sohn j gen, dtr einen knrzen Aufsatz des- vcrmute ich, dass unsere Kolonial- Gleich nach Etnpfang der Nach-
des Privatior Anton Hicharl j selben Yerfassers euthaelt, <len wir verwaltung erwartete und noch er- richt, dass foer Wegeban and
Ritter von Schroeder und der ! hierunter abdrucken: wartet, dass sich mehr grosse oefientliche Arbeiter in Samoa ein
Ebefrau desselben, Frances j ..Ueber die Zustaende is l»eutscb- Unternehmen nach Saaoa riehen. \o\ M 60000 be-

Elisa, geborene. Brown, Jj Samoa bringt die Post wieder be-


truebende Nachriehten.
I Ks waere dies ja gane gut, aber ich
glaube, es waere dann besser ge-
willigt worden ist, begab sich der
Gowtxneur in Beglei twig des
und die Lebensinittel und Viehfutter sind wesen, wcpn die Regierung kleine Landtnessers Haidlen, dcs Ingeni-
BKKTHA SOPHIE BECKER, j erscbreckend teuer. Mit Familie
dort zu lel>en. ist einfach unmoeg-
Pflinzer von der Ansiedlung tern eurs Haaben and Herrn v. Vignau
olmc Gewerbe, 20 Jahre a!t gehalten oder wentgstens gewarnt an die efaemaiige Fart ueber den
aus Ilaapai, Tonga, gebuertif;, -1 lich. Die Teuerung hat einen baette. Ks sind jedenfalls ganz un- Fuluasoo bei Herrn Roebaeck
j Grund in detn erst&urtfich hohen gesunde Verhaeltnissc, wenn man Nach Besicbtignng der Lage dt•:;
wohnhaft in Nukualofa, Tocb- i Zoll. Nicht nur auf die Waare, hoert, ein Pflanzer hat bei einem durcb den let7.ten Stnrra veraendet-
te.r <les Privatiers Eduard Fer- sondern aurh auf die Schtffslracht ka'ira einjaehrigenAufenthalt, trotz ten crd verbreitcrten Flussbett.
dinand Wilh«lvn Becker und vvir-1 ein Zoll vwi m v. H. erboben. groesster Spar-atukeit, 45 000 Mark kamen die Herrcn zu der Ueber-
dm- *£hefrati dessolben, Amelia. Gerade die kleineren Ansiedlei wer- verbraucht Da muss etwas ge- zeugung, dass die Ueberbrueckung
! deu von soleben kueiistlieh hervor- sciieheti. luitwedcr der durch des Flusses uur mit Kosten moe.;--
mij duin Familieuiiauieu Alai-
geruieuen Teucrongen am empfiud- nidus gcrcchifertigteZoll muss ver- lich ist, die fuer das Scbutzgebkt
lubelahi, lichstvn bctroffcu, denu die grossen mind-Tt werden oder fuer Lcbens- zur Zeit unerschwinglich sind.
beabsicbtigen sich initcinander Gesellschatten hahen Verkaufs-Lae- mfttc! ausser Getraenken duerfen Wohl aber schien es mocglich un<l
stu veilieirathen unddie.se Ehe
den, die des hohen Umsatzes halber keine Abj»aben erhoben werden. innerhalb der verfuegbaren Mitul
leicht ihre Unkosten decken. j Will man die Zoclle nicht auf- auch ausfuetarbar, eine substanciei'ic
iu f4emaesahe.it dea Reiebs- Furth zu bauen, die den gegen-
Gletcb teure Preise find?* nv*n <n c? ziche man avtch nurl.eute
vo'm -i. MiU'lß7o'uuu in (fits liana, die sie bCzahlen koen-
j deu Landwerten. Von groesseren j jwf*-?,
Its Eint'uehmngsgesetzes zum Gesellschaften werden an kleine nc::, versuendigt man sich am
sonst j Weise gerecbt wird. Der Heir
Buergcrlichen (lesetzbuch vor Pflanzer iyi preussiscbe Morgen Volksvermoegen und be- j Gouvertieur bat Herrn Haal>cn rr.:t
dorn uuterzeichueten Beamten
fner iso Mark verkauft, ein Preis
der ini Vergleich rnit andcren Tro-
1 n ichert entweder einige schlaue der Ausarbeitung eines techriischeit
Spckulanten oder die verhaetscbcl- ' Gutaehtens beauftragt, das u-.r
üb/.uschlicssen. penluendern geradezu enorm hoch ■••n laukn Samoaner. I autori.sirt sind, wegen des oefFlr.t-
Apia, den 10. September 190S.
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geuaunt werden muss. I.eider ist W. v. Hannekkn." j lichen Interesses au dem Bau.:t r
J)f,- Stu a<fexl>fOuite eine Pacht des Landes bei den un- Itn er.steu Theil rcferiert Hcrr v. tragiichen Furth, unseren Lev- r\
sichereu Rechtsbegriffen der Lin- mitzutheilen.
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Hauueken lediglich aus anderen


grz. Scltvlti, geborencn nicht moeglich. Ferner Xoitungen die in letzter Zeit Mode |
BKRICnT
hcdauerlich ist es, dass die Regie- ' _;c\vordcneii Klagen ueber unsere
rung kein Laud besit/.t, das sie zu ueber die HersN.-llung eino* U.-t-r-
Inseln. Hr referiert nur und nimtnt
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Aufgebot. |
aunebtnbareu Preisen abgeben
koennte. In der Beziehung haette
I !:eiue Stellung dazu. Nur das
islagelied ueber die We<;e gefaclk |
---ganges uober den Fuluasou Fl- n
obcrhalb des Roebeck'schen Ha..?.•«.
man ruhig dem niederlaendischen 1 lira nicht under kommt iu dieser Boi der im Munnt Ftbrnar l:<.
Kultursystem foigen sollen, das die Jahres stnttgobahten Fluth »uni- u.
Ks wird Uiermit bekannt gc- I Beziebung zu derselben Ansicht, ;
a. aucl' die- Furt ueber den Ft;!.. a
Landwirtschaft Javasauf die heutige i ciie wir haeufig in uuserer Zeitung ..-.<

nmcht, da.se tier Pflanzer hohe Stufe gebracht hat. uisgesprocben haben, dass tiaemlich Fluss wegjjeschwemuit uud lint 'n.
KDUAItI) l-.TTLIXG, dns Flueabott auf die dreif. h<<
KAKL
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Jahre alt, gebuertig aus


Line weitere Klage, dass die vc-
kaufsfaehigen Laendereien einiger
i das Febleu von Wegen itn Busch j Breito orweitert. Ilierdurch .:d>i
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lift von den Pflunzern als eiu selbst- 1 soither der Yexkehr der or ••:•:.;.ib>
Goch, wolmhaft in Sauinoga, groessereu Gesellschaften nicht vcrstaendliches Hinderniss ange- 1 ditser Furt wohneuden I'!!
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Upolu, Sohn des praktischen


(lurch W'ege erschlessen sind, darf \ schen werden muss, das ihm bei der 1 gehemmt, wenn auch nicht gclii.-.d-r:
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vodi Staudpunkt eines Pflanzers Bt-arbeitung seiner Pflanzung als so da noch ein anderer allordiuga vfvu i
Aretes Fr edrich Ferdinand nicht als besouders schwerwiegend ! ueberaus schwerwiegend nicht vor-
Inengerer "Wei; Verbindung u.it
Ettling unci seiner Khefrau
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hingestellt werden. koromen darf. Warum kauft der


Apia biotet. P2ino Ueborfahrtajje--
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Bernhardine geboreuen Neu- Wer ein Stueck Land, welches I Pflanzer :m Busch gelegenes Land legonheit an dor alten Furt *-r*t«
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mit Urbusch bedeckt ist, behuls I b;lliger als solches innerhalb der
mann, und die jedoch sehr wiienKchensworlh m.d!
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Kaufs pruefen will, braucbt keine I Crenzen der Stadt Apia ? Weil bei angehracht, wenn aolche dtm Zwikc
LINA
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CHARLOTTE KAPPSTEINI
Wege, ja sie verleiteu zur Ober«
flaechlichkeit. Man muss sich
ij dcm Preis der Mangel an Wegen in
Ruecksicht gezogen wird. Das Kr-
una den zur Verfuegung stein inkn
Mittcln Keruaess, au?gefuvhrt -virtl.
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18 Jahre alt, gebuertig aus gehoerig ausruesten und mit dem i iorderniss der Anlage von Wegen Dor Verkehr auf dieser Furt war
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Berlin, wohnhaft in Apia, Toch- Kompass in der Hand das Terrain lastet als natuerliche Hypothek auf frueher und ist auch beute n« fi tin
ter des Malermeisters Theodor
durchstreifen, auf Bode 11 acbten, jeder im Entstehen begriffenen beschraeuktor, da s nur wtaigo
Proben neh men, natuerliche Ab- Pflanzung und ist bei der Kalku- Pflanzuugen oberhalb dereolben aa-
Kappsteiu und seiner Khefrau waesserungsanlagen uutersucben lation der Hoehe des Betriebskapi- gelegt sind, aueh wird der V< rkehr
Johanna Henriette, geborenen und dergleichen Dinge mehr. Mir tals als eine Haupt-Ausgabe- Post (*paeter cicrnals cinou so gro.-Hen
Bahnenfuehrer, scheint, dass iu dieser Be/.iehung zu berueck-ichtigetf. Uuifang nnnt-hm.'ii, daas L'ro»e«
mauchmal gesuendigt wird. Sehr schwierig ist die Loesung Brueckeoanlngen, wio «olcho b>-i (!•. en
beabsichtigen sich mit einandcr UnterdiesenVerhaeltnissen kommt der anderen Frage, die derVerfasser jetzt u«ber 30 Meter breiten i'»uiit>-
y,u verheirathen und diese Ehe bette nut dem zu Zeiten uubtruchen-
man zu derßetrachtung, ob es nicht anschneidet, naemlich ob es guen-
in Gemaessheit dps Reichs- guenstiger gewesen waere mit stiger ist fuer unsere Kolonie, nit bar reissendon Flu»»o notbwendig
wuenlo. Von
gesetzes vom 4. Mai 1870 uud Ruecksicht auf den geringen Um- waereu,
Ruecksicht aul ihr beschraenktes der Heratollung einer Bruecke mu*n
des Einfuehrungsgeßetzes zum fang Samoas nur kleiue Unter- Areal, nur kleine oder nur grosse dahor abgeßehi a wcrdon, es ist j» d<* hj
nebmen oder nur grosse Unter- Unternehmuugen zuzulassen. Wir
Buergerliehen Gesetzbueh i/or nehmen zur-ulassen. Beides ver- wollcn nicht versuchen, diese Frage
ino«glieh eine unteu naehtr b<-
dem unterzeichneten Beamten acbriebeno Anluge herzustellrj., the
traegt sich aut so engem Rautn sel- | zu entscheiden, es duenkt uns aber bei erheblich geruigtron Koßt«.a eiue
abzuschliessen. ten gut. Der Kleine arbeitet neben nicht weit hinter der Wabrheit zu
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fast nie unterbrocliena Vorliindung


Apia, den 17. September 1903. dem Orosseu einige Jahre wie ein bleiben, was Hanneken von der zwiiichen den beiden Ufem herit' 1!« n
Pferdj schliesslich sind die Gelder Arbeit des kleinen Mannes sagt: wurde.
Dvr Standeabtamte fertfg; der Grosse muss borgen. Der Kleine kann die in den Tropen Der Fuluaeou orhaelt ee!n Wbspw
gez. Schultt, Bra* handelt es sich um bares Geld, > stets drohenden Unregelmaessig- aua einigen zuaainnwiflM*:»itide-n
KaUerlicher Betirksrichter. apaefer uaVerschreibung der Ernte ' keiten des Klimas, die Missernte Gebirgsbaochen und fuubrt duwc«lb
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SAMOANISCIIE ZfcITVXG. ]O. September
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fast dasganre Jahr durch in aich fast Wit bedauem tnitthcilen zu nines- Vor Zeit haben wir wie- Correspondence.
gkichbleibemb'r Meng*. Nur zu sen. dass Herr Pfarrcr Heutenuiuel- derholt Atllass gcuoramen, daraot
Kuct c!h-n<- Knbrik uebermmim die
Z.iten athwerer Nie«l©rgaenge. wio kr bedenkitcli erkrankt ist und auluierksnm zu macheH, welches
Krdaktion ■ !>m I'uMikum |»orchim?Wi
eolche hnuiitwchlich in don Troi»«»n desbalb der fuer moreen, Sonutag Verkebrslrinderniss die vorsprin- krinc VeramworlutiK-
vorkommen uikl die in kunter Z»it den jo Sfj)temlx;r, nngekueudigte jjende Ecke der Mauer an dei ka-
nrhwere Waaaortnengrfn erainugon, evangeliscbe Gottesdienstt in der tholischen Mission in Mulivai bil-
dieaelban aber aueh Wi dam l)tfui«*hen Scbule ausfaellt. det nnd deren Bespitigung iiu all- Apia, 15. S"i>tctnl>er.
Terraingefanlk. und dom »»Missorßt AucbHerrZoUvorstthcrScbruolck geincinen Interesse yel'ordcrt. Da An die Rcdnktion der
©ingeachraenkten Fl **!■<•»«' in ull.-r bat sich von seiner Kiankbeit noch dieselbe sieh dicht uel>en dcrßcdak- ..Samoanischen Zcituug"
kuerzoater Zeit doni Mwro aufuehrt, nicht vollstaendig ertaolt. Docli tion befindet. haben wir oefters In der No. tier ~Sarnoaiii»cheii
komtnen achwere Flu Mien, dio dann
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lu.fi'rn wir. ilass die crkrankten Gelegenheit, die Gefaehrlichkeit Zeitung*' v< m sg.August 1903 tiudt-
Alloa waa ihnen im Wegc rtoht, nut Herren recht bald genesen dei.selben fuer den Wagenverkehr ich heme tiiU'ii Anfs.it/ dcr Kedak-
nich reiasen. Ea wird daber vorgo- wcrden. coustatiren. So wurde am
M-hlag'-n ein* Furt hensuntelleo, die
zti
tion. Ktr. die Zulassuug dor Pres<e
Dienstag wiedcr einmal nur ruit zu den Sitzuuueii des J'flanzer-Ver-
in ihrer Construction alien gnwwn geuauer Xoth eiti Znsammenstoss
Sonutag <\vn eins. I)a ich persoenlich darin an
Flnthen wideraioht und zu nonunion in vergangtueti
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d. Mts., Abends gegen ti Uhi, zweier Fuhrwerke verbindert. ICs gegrifieii wcrde unci sich ausserdem
Z'jiten cine tr.'ckeno Vwrbinduius i\
verstarb Herr Photograph J. Davis, waere sehr wuenschenswerth. dass eiuige groin; Ungenauißkeiten in
zwiaohen dun Widen Ufern ermo»g- mit der Ab*telHing dieses I'ebcl-
licht. Per Y-rkehr wnoro -hum einer t:ns« ivr aeltesten Ansiedk-r, deiu-eil.-n befuulen, bitte ich, narh-
iiu Alter von 72 Jabren nach ctwa standes nieht gewartet wird bis» ein stelictide Zeileti znr Richtigstellung
hoochatona oin panr Mai im J-i.rw grocsseres Uuglueck vorgekommen
und daun auch nur fu-r uiuigu Stun- fueutwocchentlicher Krnnkhett. -
aufnchincn /ii wollen.
don unterbrochfu. Kb »ir«t vorg<- Der A'erslorlK'iie kani vor etwa 30 ist. Wir halten den jet/.igen Zeit- Nach Au>*sagen di-s ehcranli«fn
pchlagon, daa alt* Fhisshott »m Jabren nach Apia nnd hat seit die- punkt fuer ausserordentlich j. Piaesidenten des Vereius i->t fin-

oestlkhen Uf«r. ilia im D-.i-ehsdinitt scr Zvit bier unuiUerhrocbcn semen al« gegenwaertig <las noethige Bau- schriftliche Kinladung an Sic >i.c';t
ca. 1,50 Me'or ticfor nls dov uuf dem Wohnsitz gebabt. Waebrend der material an Ort unci Stelle lagert. ert'olgt. Hie Rucckgaengigmachung
■wostlichon Ufer aunt Tli-il «._••_'•
Regierung Malietoas wurde er zum » d?r muendlieheii Kinladung Ut
pchwomnite IVhI.-h li.-gt. m»l -in.. Pestmeistcr ernannt und bcHtelt An der Katliedrale wird fleissig riicliPetwa hfnter dem Kticckcn des
Jiroito von ca. 10 Motor zur AM ..li. dies Ann auch unter den drei Vcr- weiter gearl>eitet nnd ist der we*t- helietTeuden Herrn geschehen, snn-
j ting dor normalen \Va9#» irn««iigf liche Tiuirtu l>ereits um ein Bedcu-
zu
trag.smaecbtcn. Der Versiorbene dcrn ich habe mir crlauht. denss-1-
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benuetzon. Der Flu-a fu.-liM zu


!l<:, > war einer der vvetiigen Personeti, lendes in die Hoehe gefuehrt wor- ben v'irlnr von meincin Vorhaben
normalon Zeitcn mii I SOU •'•* -

den.
die l>ei Jederniann beliebt situl und in Ketmtniss 7.11 setzen. Welches
Liter Waaaer w S«"cund''. w.-lch.. keiue Feindc ha hen. Sehr V-iekn kecht ich zu dicsem Vorgehen hat-
Monge bei oinoiu Ocfa-lk vim
ungefaehr dom (ii.f.ulk dot
I:••»». Il.lt er Htieltc in derNotb gewaehrt- Die Pfeiler der nenen Mulivai- '
te, i-it liineii selbst bekannt, da Sie
■whs
Trotz seines hohen Alters war Heir Bruecke sind lertig gestellt nnd in Hirer Zeitung den Beschluss des
Fluaabettea cnt»priciit. von .iuoiu
liclit.n Durcli. Davis his kurz vor seineti Tode dncrfie nunmchr die Vol lendung Pfluiizervereius bedaneiten, keine
Rohre mit oin?ni dersclben nicht mehr ail/.u langc
moaser von 700 in in > I
s s '" r '-'
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aetisserst ruestig. Eiue sell were Bei ichteistatter zuzulnssen, and
Zeit in Anspruch nehnicn.

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übgefuebrt wuerdo. D« d-r H>i*» Krkneltung legte den Grund zu Vrreinssatzungetl sind Di'.igc. die
i.-doch imn.er etwas Luub. altos Ilolz seiner letzten Kranklicit. Die
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inn durch den V'erein qrngeaeudert


und zu Zeiten »ogar rchwcwsn:hSt.ino Beerdigung faud am Montag.Nach- Wei schon jetnals init Chamber- wci'dun duerfen. Ob nun durch e:n
init aich fuehr:, !-»wnorde cm mittags 4 Dhr, vora Trauerhause lain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea ~sidch aengstliches Ccheitnihun"
Moh-.hea Rohr bald vorafpbm mid atis statt. Der Sarg war mil Hlu- Remedy einenVersuch gemacht hat, derVcreinigung ein Dietist erwieseu
da lurch dip Furt gefael.rd..i>. l.« men und Kraen/.eu vofislaendig be- wirii sagen. da>s dasselbe unuel:>er- wir'i oder uicht, das zu beuitheik-n,
wird dahor rorgosehbtgen .in- ga deckt. An dem Traucrzuge bthei- troffen tuer Magcn- und T T nterleib>- Hen Redakleur, duerfien Sie
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Fart ens o-no.n Hftviikl.-tz li-rzu.


i ligtcn sich fast ohnc Ausnahnie alle lcideu ist. Ks versagt niemals unci dem Vereine selbst ueberlassen.
n-cllen. indemtu r Fi»~srkhtu..g
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EiHWohiier Apias und der \r.\- ist angenehm mi nelnneu. ;; Ferner. wenn ich. der ich init
'JO cm. brcito und dor H«.-ho dos gegend. Der Rev. Huckett leitete W. Blackloek, Apia, vcrkaun.es. :: Iliimti sclinn manche Kiste Bier im
Terrains ontsproch'M.de SohliUo an. dk* frauerfcierlichkeiten im Sterbc- Lant'e der Jahrc getrunken habe ?'
gohracht sind. Pi.-or BetntikW. tst ! haune und auf dem Friedhofe. mir erl.uibe, Sie durch ein- I'n'c:
.

in der FliiMricbtuiig mich hei-ion I Saidt rube seine Asche! ; Am Mittwoch Morten kehrte mit ledum; unter vier Augen ;ius eiuer
fcseiton abgoichraog', no das* b.'i dci ..Maori" Herr Bisehoi Broyer

Iticr U-ide Teile sthr peinlichen N-


Flochfluth Baeumo, Stvun-i etc, dm

von finer Lieugcren Reise nach den t nation zu reiteii, so ist das meiuer
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voru Wasser mitgofuohrt werdeti Am Mittwoch Morgen, den i>'<. •.i-inetu I'istlnrm uuterstellu-u Sued-
\ Au-»iclu uach nur auerkeuiieiisweri
uoberdio Furt weggkit-n und .inch j ds , verstarb im International IT >!.'< scc-Insehi zurueek. (Jtst.itteii Sie d:i!vr, dass ich das
oino Hintcrwa«chung vor'»>i>dcu wird. Herr A. \V. Willis aus Pago P.i.40. Mit deinselbenDampfer kam ilerr aui inich augeweudetc Praedicat a'.s
Ziira wciteren Schu'z.e sregon dir«eto I Wiesieh unsere I.eser erinncru wcr- Spemann, ein Sohn des zu clem Di- tin Compliment ohue jeden ituiii-
Ntoesso werdou dur Furt .ink..- Stem*
den, hatte derVerstorbene vor nuh- ruktoriuin der Safata-Satuoa-Gesell- schen Beigcschinaek autlasse.
v.»r«olngert, die dcu crston Antirall
aufnehm«n. Di«.-c Su»in« boib«-\-.>n '■ reren Wochen das llnglueck. sich
bi\ einetuSturz ein Bain 7.u brechcu.
schaft gehocrenden Commerzien
raths Spemann, sowie HerrVollraih
l"m zimi letzteti Pankte zu kom-
iiuch d.-n vurdoica Tboil d-.-r tial.litzo
;
meu, so wuhnen den Sit'/.ungeu des
Ptc-Unnwoiße und hj ilton viclc Ln. j Nachdem er nun wieder so weit her- in Apia ein. I'fl.inzer-Vereius uur PQanzer oder
die skii sonat nn d-.-n gestellt war, dnss er nacji 'Avtuila wenigstens Lente Ihm, die nicht
Sohlitzon fest#eiwu wtiordeu zuriu-.k, zurueckkehren konnte, begab er Die norwegischc eisenic Bark allein am Pflanzer-Verein, sondern
bis cievom lli>chwa.-.- : m:rguuoiium-:i sich am DieustagMorgcn aus seinem . .Kaiisto", lleimathshaten Chri- am Pflauzeti im Allgemeinen Inter-
wenion. Din Faiirbal •■> [■' di- M«fr
br.'it angenotntaeii if., i duivh I'ltif '-■■
i Zi miner an den Seestrand
durchschnitt sich dort mit eitiem
und stianssund. 77S Reg.-Tons, Kapi-
taen S Githuiaik. kam am
t-sse haben. Sie. gcehrte'r IK-::
Kedacteur, kommeii aber trot/, idler
cm. starke Pack nuii !'• Js'.agf _'•■■-•-!! Messer den Hals. Er hatte danu tember mit 1000 Tonneu Kohlcn llocbaehtung vol linen hervor-
Ki-schuetl.Jrutig.'n g.-.-ir-oix In Ah.

noch die Krait, in seine Wohtiiiug tuer die U.H «: P.G hier an Das ragendeu Faehigkeiteu u:id I.ei-
Btaotideu von i '■>■ s.litnu-d-. zurueckzukenren und man hoflfie SchiiT verliess Westport I Neu See- voin Standpuukt eines
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stungeu
eiaerno gulvanisii lli.hrc in
ihn am Lebeti erhalten zu koennen,
],..echorn iin H.'ton
!'•

!:\-*-«n. dif lnnd, am 28. August und wird nach Pflanzers aus, hoee'.istens als eiti
.-,;;•
doch waebrend der Nadht ver- Hntloescheti der Fracht hiei Copra Kali reprodueieteuder Factor m
Hich boi IIo!i«j-.t von M-Uist
sciilimmerte sich sein /.ustaud und laden. Betraeht, was wohl kaum ein Bei-
hcr.itieiiobr-u und k'l" •'■»- o.'stli. ho gegen 8 I'hi verschicd er. Der wohnen dcr Sitzuugeti des Pflanzer-
■•

Ufor. wo aio init:«?!sS !'r thsoil lost Versiorbene kam iu den siebzigei
vorankcrt air.d. ■ sci.wctiitnt Wie iipsere Leser aus dem An- Vereins als Cast rechtt'ertigetl dnert-
Jabren nach Samoa und war fuer zeigentheil ersehen, hat Herr R. Hoehaehtungsvoll
•„

warden. Dii«*«» K'dirr »■<••'> wnnigot " tc.


mehrere Jahre als Zimmcrmann bei Rathke sein Gcschaeft an die Her- Der hoeflicbe llerr,
;ils foster G.-hicnd.-r dii-noii.
welchotn Orundf ai- a .-h nichl '"'•
, der DH. & P.O. thaetig. Im Jahre rcn Pfunkuch. von Schroedcr und vulgo \V. HaENSKI.L.
juittelbur an der F:iin!.::. soud«rn

1599 urhielt er eine Stellung lx<i Ratael vcrkauft und werden lctztere
in dor Schr;»pa« aus;el«u' w.-nivn Mi 1 dem Gouvernement in Tutuila, iu ciasselhe ini Laule des naechsten /u dieser ..Richtigstellung" l>e-
sollen nur die Lago Fahrbahn
-.-•: weicher er his zu seinem Tode ver- Monats uebernehmen. Dieselben merken wir Folgendes:

l)i»r Zuganu' i ■■■ 0.-tliirhcti blieb. An dem Traucrzuge nahmeti haben die Leitung des Geschaelts Die Behauptung, dass der Redak-
Ufor muss b.-B«>'j'd.T» ■-■ t bof. stigt ; viele seiner Freunde theil. Kev. Herm \V. Miebach uebertrageu. teur voin damaligen 2. V'orsitzeii-
"worden, da dor n.iuttt>'!'>.u >ii i>»cli *
Huckett hielt die Grabrede. Wie wir hoeren beabsichtigen die den (ein erstcr war uicht vorhan-
dmfif* Suite- ueigt. I'<* «i-tlicho neuen Kigenthuetaer vornehmlich den / s c hj r i 1" t 1 i c hj eingeladen
irfur wird ale Wog mi: b ichn-r Detn Vrmehtneti nach kotnmt der der Conditorei unci war, uiuessen wir aui'recht erhalten;
Stcigun" nnoh d-n S.-.tun /.u mit C««ftti . Inrreits im naechsteu
Speisezubereitnng ihre specielle die inucndliche Aufforderung zuui
liiedrig.'r nng.dogt. .
Aufmerksarakeit zu widraen, und Besuch der IraglichenVersammlung
I 'it-sor Wcg wu-rd.- ii'ir im Faile Mou..; nach Samoa, uin bis voraus-
cities Kohr r>.rU--i: Hodiv. asscr sichtheb I-lnde December hier n\ glaubcu wir, class Herr Miebach
sich sehr ba'd die Guust des Publi-
I giug von einetu andereu Vorstouds-
mitgliede
I

aus.
«•

f.ichtd'.t c-in. li<->H.- Rifh j«d..<li. faii.i bleibcn. Nel>en der Freude. wieder \Veuu die Widcrrufung der lun-
ma) etn deutsches Kriegsschifl bei erworlieu haben wird.
«t boschaodigt wild. i'> Umzar Z.-it ladung audi niclit hinter dem
mi: g> ringfti Kostcn j mis begruessen zu koennen und
Ruecken so doch jeden-
J'.ni ntcht rtl!/n s'iri:.-iii duerftu dainit ein Stueck unaerer Heimath Von der Verlagshandlung Diet-
rich Reimer in Berlin ist tins mit falls geyeu den Willen des Praesi-
duser WtR ucbpihmijit im-lit in-ber- 1 iu uuserem Ha fen liegen zu haheuj
let/.ter Post eine Broschuere zuge- -1 deiiten.
h'liwi mint w.-i.i.-n. da d'•• D.ircldaaa- j treuen sich inauche unserer kuust-
im-higknit dor virsiw-hlag'tiicn , verstaendigen Ansiedler auf die j gangen mit dem'l'itel: ~I)er Kakao, 1 J>as Kecht, eine ergangeue
mohi aU ila« cicbi'iifac-liu ■•inon "i»0 seine Kultur und Bereitung, mit l%inladung rusckgaeugig zu machen
I

I.eistungcu der Musikkapelle hat unserer Ansicht nach 11,11 r der


in in Wolucs bKr.wgt d. ca. 1 rbm liesonderer Beruecksicbtigung Sa-
j 1
•'<
!.

luoas. Von Carl Ettling, Pflanzer." Kinladcnde.


pro Spuittidii. dun htai^at.
Die Angelegeuheit der Schaden- Dieselbe ist mit einem empfehleu- • Daraut, dass 7.11 m
mindesten zwei
i ersatzforderuugenscbeinterhehliche Voistaudsuiitglieder die Vereins-
'

ilen Geleitwort von Prof. Dr. M. \

tnamiHTiair.'s Colic, Cholera und Fortschritte in der letzten Zeit nicht l-'esca versehen, und duerfte das besclilnesse nicht gekannt haben,
'

Diarrhoea Remedy i-t uebcrall an- zii verzeichnen zu hnhen. Soviet Wcrk tuer uusere I'flanze-r von wolk-n wir uicht welter eingehen.
crkannt ids die \ e'stc Mi-dizin wird wohl augenurauuti werden Nutzen und Interes.se sein. I'nsere Meinung, ob Geheimhal-
Krankhciten d«r Emgeweide. Es koennen, dass die Claims liezalilt tung o<ler Oeffentlichkeit der V«-
hilft immcr uiul hilft scbnell. Man werden, hoflcutlicb auch die mitt- handluugeti einer die gesammteu
kami einesErlolges sicN-r sein selbst lerweile augelaufeuen Zinsen. Ks j Deutsche evangelische l'flan/.iingsinteressen vertreten wol-
in don heftigstcn mid Kefaehrlichsten waere an derZeit, nun endlich mehr | lendoiiVereinigung vorzuziehen sei,
Eacllen von Cholera morbus, Dy- Klarheit uelier diesc Sacbe zu er- Gemeinde. ' in deii SnaHeii unserer Zeitung aus-
senterif und Diarrkoc. Es sollte fahreu, und dass die Hofl'nung der- Sonntag den 4. October 1903, zusprechen, duerfte tins wohl trei-
lx:i d«?n erstcn Anzoichen eines jenigen, die nun bcreit.s 5 Jnhre ge- Vortn. 10 Uhr, stelieu.
Dutcbfalls genututucu werden. wartet baben. nicht noch j GOTTESDIKNST Wir vermoegen durcbaus nicht
\V. lilacklock, Apia, verkauft - liingebalten wird. iu tier Ueutscbcii Schule. eiuzusehen, dass wir um» in einer
iv. Scpt« m»>tar SAMO.VN'ISC'IIK ZKiITXf, 3

t.IK-inlirheii Situation" befanden, Audi fuer nnscre Selim*.


.i.i«- <1• • r wii ..gvrcttet" wcrdeu •„*.-hiete im Stillon Oz.-.m iliti Not. Meteorologische Beobachtungen.
womiijjkcif, -iti'h wirtscliiifilich zinii
mussleti
Nea ducrlte die I'eliaitpUtUß sein, iiiiii«i--sii n nicht vun A u straiten \n\>\ SEPTEMBER.
'';.i- «'.. r kedaktcur dicscr Zeittmj; Oitnsien uli/.u-ehiies.Nfti, snndern viel. �-1
|b

W i n d r c h t u g K H G I J N r . M ,
mi'lir !»iT:wif zu voniucliCM, .-in diewn

( M i l h c t e x ;
T y.
k- n l-.'trr-- ~m:i I'dnuz-'tt - " hit
_•
= £ h

baromet Teicht.Ml' Minmu



*

Datum rl;cit ., iuIm. Milmetr) l-t.VluIcm.i il.Iuti


Die des Sohhi****- M.icrkli-n Ptni'ii prhehlichen Anted /.u

Harutie Thenoit. Thenoit. M a x i m u W u l s i c r


t

ItaroieK Keu-chl
;■»« iiuii*!). I) is sehliesst k<-ine-«
!

-i'.'-.s ueheiia-s,;:i wit uii*»JTn I.e- -t:i.


st-Mi. D:;. UkuakYjon. in-, dnss ili<> dputsehen I'iTtrtjduviiK'ii

auf ilin lutein ihre


■ Itrt-kt aus der Ifi'iuiat bcziehen und
LSeduei•fi:i«*"» —-
so pine Verlaenj'orui»f{ der liriiiiifciifn t

i
Die politische und wirt-
j
j | i

V<>ikswirt*cliafl liil>!**n; iili (•••■'••ill**'!


; i | 1 | 1I | j

schaftliche Bedeutung Ut ■i<r n.it ueiliehe \V*»» d"r, 'lass die


deutseh.-n Kutifleute iti Ostiisieit urvl

I I
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: *>
762 \

,v>
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760.7 7 1
*4 24 5 763 4 9>
76j.O 91
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unserer Suedsee
- 1 S ■>> - *4 3 3 4 .S 2 I r, 3 1 —

19 7
A :i~: r.iii'-n die K.-ieufer unwrT
■ ; 761 k 7-4 2.\ 761.9 .S',
0 2 1.6 763.3 9‘ 25 0 72.5 s- s\v 3—* 57
Schutzgebiete. SiKidse.-produkte -iud iiml dafui-i- < }•• n r ' . . 76.’ s hj 76- 4 6.1
;;
24 I 763 s 75 2.5 5 21-5 Util! mid. I —2 0.0
I 4 •;
1 7'>.; ■ 2 j; 1 7'>2', 64 21 ? 764 O 91 2»H.O 2t-5 K—SSW 3 —

1 0.0
.\iis»!iu.«(.-li del* nui'i M'--'_'lwtik**it his s l 763. 2 64
15 • ; 5 7'M 7 9« - 31 .5 703 O 91 23 6 20.4 V. -SSW 5 —

4 4 4-
d.-i Hernial l.f/."!»iMn-!i W.ir.-n an "i:P . 9 7 f> 4 ‘>1 2S.2 753.6 77 24.1 763-2 91 28 5 21.0 K —S
l'.i riinpr Nenn.le Na\*lirie!itPir'
|i.,-. K..|..ni<-n »ermitielii. Kin deract-i.»e.s
5 1 <4-3
-i.rpi'.pii; •'* lei7.l»*r '/•■'*'
'» •■•**-
,

Vi'if*Jir»*n hal al.er zur


!"..li ajlerli-i N.i.-liii'ln.-ii uml Kr ilu-« in.in sich [wililiseh und wirtsehuft. Sonntay, den •().
Septetul*:r urn 5 Übr 4 Minuten p.m. Xeumoud.
,M-iwtuiif!-n u.-.ii-i- mil*- Uni-i'i" l !-

iiirli mil <li*ii in Frapp koniiui■iulph


i" UlHsereil Sii".i*-e -«-h.Hz-
~.-!.-ii due !i di.*
l'ip-s.- -'••-'•>nm*ii fri>iiiils!iiut.tich"ii Hpideiunaeti I'iif potdono Muen/.-a ~,in
,-.-
einen fteuiid-ehafllielieii Fuss si -lit lfi.Tr Dr. Sclineo liat inicli in eolleo. Dia
su.d. 'He '"■ m.i!.ni**fiii*liPfi Koutn.- uml nieiit in lilind>*iii Chauvini nns ;
i-ili'-in Sell 1 ciiii.'ii voiii 10. Juli .»•- l.imouiido hut iliron Namnu von deri
Litnonen, d-n Zitronen,
\pf-..-ii

i-iumal *.'ruiid-.i.*lzli.*ii del*


fri-uni.-* Kapital "ruiidsiietzlieh -ins aiiftia^ 1 . il'-n Hvit«mi l,~titv:zcii?li- England hnelt man
uul in
aucb strong
M.lili***".!, el>ensiivv«Mii«j win dies in den nern fii'T die iiiin iii-l«T-ininltf
..

j.- „,

!'•-_•■• n-i'-'.i'--'--. r r.-i'-.. .w'.'i'' p*>li .■..■_•!'-.■■hi-ii mill fi(iii/.iM-si.s(.-!i*, i: S iedsee ama-slich "sfiins Alxt-'fiiu'-s
(l.unuf, ilitsa ilein Ga»tM, ,1,.r urn.
n,. -Ai-t- li. iili. !.- St-15mi-
„-,.|
l\..!..iii..|i d.-n |)i*in<.;li**.ii yi-c nueh.'r ~lemonade" -itt. t, kr-in andere*
vin Sii-iifi.i, Howio lioini Lnln'-T
~.

.u...... s„ a. it .i -.i-ii K..!..ni-i


.-••: (rptrnenl; nls i.'itr<>nonwHß.sor g«reicLt
■/>•-.. luriii. rlii* geiade in il»*m Iran/m*. ]>.uii:n lit 'liir
tun W--/.-M ii it nns i". ■'»"'•> *.•[•■•'i'.Mk wird, nfit-r bii mis ifiobt.w Limonadcn.
-i- -li.'n Aiiti'il 'Km- Sue.l-.-e uml 111.'! kuenstlei-isch vollen-
>;;!i.,.-ir-
~.,!
,iw:,, 1, -.-i: n Mark If -<■"<■•>
",.>
li-iUvpi-.ti audi in ili*in rnsjlisf': i*n eii.«
also Citrout'ii-.v;ica.Sfr iler
U1..1 il. Z1k1.1.1l «lt»te Ai-sl'ii in tin : ii--is HlOll, s'-ini'n situll .Sfirr.-n . in,., alien <',':> .■..n.-i.s.ift.
„..:„.,- ,■ ,1 -■:
~;..,
-••In licr>iirr:n*pniJ<* ifiliolic
wili'im-tfn mi'l herzltcli-tun I)a.nk
nui-i
, MM'" '■■■■•' 1
-" ";| '" '"•'■'•''•» HOgar I!tMi>»'-i-litnf.iriiii!o, sbjjl.-ioh 'ii»>
]{.i|!p spiel -ii. i.liih- im ;jf rinusun von Mipssf Uimlii-reuiid dicMAi.r?
Mm, .n.i-.- null nil-.--.-:
J-• i« z-rn ilii'ser anszu>| !••■.".ifii. Ottrcr.i'i
~.,.(.
• I'-u puliti-ii li'-n gi hlecht
.'iii-irlit *j.*rnii* lu'*r di •>■• ■ ->lnr r (ii-l)ii'ii- in i ; ni-r Kmwirk«'Si>n*_' It-ein Indent mi It dii'S'.'i- unjff-
!'•!•. z'j-.iuiii.-ii|>,i-'*f'! W'.-nii von
._...; ;,.[,. .-in-- -ti.-nur* S.-in-i Inn- dcliiii l!i' iit, sprt-'dio den sinmo.-isiliun ml f^ do
I r.-i'-elit i-.'t /.n wcnjpii. (it-nide. in
•"

i-t, ho tlt-nkt man K.iucn :ni-'i: da-fin.


/"«
i.flien lln-.-r n .sifU.-h.-M im i «■ ii-t rlii-sot- Hi*/.ii-liiiti<2 km-tin'cn v ii* vi.ii ic!i up i ''l ■ t iii"i 11 'iiiriK'lfi' mis,
ii.i.sm sic :iu- .•Siam stninniU-u, >o7idi n.

.
if.-.i, it,-,,
;, ;:-d ii an-.* i>if-i. li-ii ilpii F ■.iiZ'Kpii iin*' l'piiti-i <;.i-s ■! in Foljje
.

-i n—lit nur noi.-ii dll in, da*, -i" />i-. ii.p.i ■


l ..iiti-.-ii '-it'ii-!!.- i ini'ii'..■•• Al> •■ ii—Milu-ir.,
, .-

j-i' 11
/-H ...'.l-. t pewacii-eii |i..,
t-
K.,:...,i-.i auf al.-i.i.ur u.ir-vi; i..- !< ,m,t :vnn
l»-*»-r fihr.-u, A'-iri vvir. ."i i .iiin. erst i■• '.t 1:1 'ii'.' i Ifii • n !'...-tli-.'ilu'- juei-fjs: in d- :i Z-itu >;<;■ n i n, dn
i'„-.-.i Z.v.-ek, un-.-r. n
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■*•••'•n -'■'• •<>

H....<,.*W!iirt.*.i ;il* <i. -t.-.| 11-l-i i|.-|l -.v fl-ri| |i, : . .-^.•li.-n t,-n ■.!■ .iti:'. in Botdiumn ~Biuint'si«> ho - ' Zwidinijo
K '.-i...... und
Sn.-il IY.-iu.i.-- Kupital
l Aj.i.i, 1
|»..;..•:!.
l\..iili-ni'.i:: m-n
ii. •:.
-v'j,t.Miil.-r !'!»!>:}. -.1>..i-..i. «.,id.-u scion. I-;i)tu.v>

I', m i uml in I-- m-i-i'i- KIKI)!-:!,.


gr-riiifjo H.-auhtuiit; fludf't d«r
iiu.net- iii t*r ilrr'V-ir.iussi-ixui.a. <la-- <».
iir.ipruoii«j|iilio Wort-sinn, w- t ;nn :i
X.ikmift M.-lii-i-li: ais Atisrsi.*s.*«ii4~ daiiiit nicht die <;••«-.ip|iriini{ pnliti. /••iturii,-'-!!u--f>*-r (.in Concert gfurhiip.
1,.i.*f.-N und dt*i-i.*i.-'rn-ii 'ii--i.--ii. -a-ii:i
fuer ilmilm-1 >■ scie-r Vi.i-r.-. :|ii 1.-i .lie M<..--ltilik.*it lipii win): „I>ii>
So'o-tiir.inoti la-jon in
.it- tViiii-r
p..|iti-ciii-r r.-lic: iti-- «i*i;i'liimi i-t. IC'iiinin i i
'' s ' i' l Il.'itisirh N'l'ii- l).wiH'Jnt«.ii i liii -nden tier Fr.ni X.
Knl.fl 1.i1d.-ii, ini,l weim -if in die- r
•_•! ''"•
;

I>ii* Knt-sclieiduii;*; m-lipr ili-n slants- Qililtc t. (riali -i£t? Kii|/.' , lln'':t"il von ilinl dfcs. Himi-ii Y." Dio niton (Jram-
>lii|ipelt<*n in detll Welt-
r.-i-iit lichen I J.*sit z iH'i<fiH«:>*i-.-ii.-r Fall i:,|l M.-iH'>>.:ifi-"--t-rt-i inatiktr liatN-n t'uor solclio .seiner
.ir'-it. .1.-r liinsielit'itch de.- I'.-iii/.s OllJflll i-iti*

in,.! .!»*r Kiitwieke'.uns ''*'''


K n'oiiii-ii li'-'j!, ii.*lient>ei • i-^t. in n• u'-r.l'-ii iii iI'MM Ju'irwOiericlit noht.-r fMgdTitiichenlSedftutmijr wtdvrßprccheu-
«li*i- li.*,-! zu .ili.-rl.-t/; mi 'On uml I'i'itisi !i \i'n-( JuiiK'.'i !nitffi'f"ilt, di-r do Verw«-ndung einen Worths don
I,,sf',n r.v. u-:i den fiu-lin-ndi-ii
Slelle sel'.-l, siinderii wiril dutvh ii is i:hou ili'iu <.' ■inmiimvenlth'PftTlatHOtit Kntistiitiadniuk ..Katachresia - ' (M'l3*-
;-•
',

In.—imn-iii'i-n -"-it ".1.-.lii/.-liiif-ii M«v( iii KinHuss uml Va.-hi l«*,iiiiu..i v<>rij"!'_'t wuiit". D v l'-Ti'lit ttt.inunt bnuic'i). IJ ns ul>or os fern,
<

lii-xl.-ht und nr«ii f"> 'Jiau.rn das iii.- heitnische I'.ililik sicii /■) vmi viri'Mii il ii"i'_'o'i I'liliZHiriulitiT, vor dir Kitach resell, da oio si-di in.
iv.nl. fp.muj;eiid (jlewtcltt IteKilzeii, nm ■l.-ii !»«»«.h» Kiii(jo»«oi'"it" fffthr.u-.lit id lon Sprnchmi finden uit J
da- /iicu-li in mi di-r U'.-ifje in der I I ,'iupi -ilii-u-uj (!«*siclilsi>uiik in i-, < <i win lon, <ii" ''^s M'Tili's imil d.»r in dor ilt'iitsclit'ii mohr nls in .luloron,
I'.alaiiOP /'i halien. I'm eiu derai '.i>;i-.s 1..-.1.-iu.-ilicli, il.is-J -in T.-il .1.-i- Pi-i-.su- M•• .-cli.-ii iM' >'i li.-«i'tnil.!i'»t w.u-i'.'i.
--'» cinen,,(.fiit.riihikrir>»*' zu fu.-Jir.-n, clenn
sta'.ili-s i;!ui;hi."***-ielitvfii.*r dip Hauer n-i.-ii ilu/.u, wii- su-ii iii/.wiso!n ii liPr.-ins. /.1 t Fi'iiui'ii imil cin Knnno witrim (iiicriii.'ikri.'y sclb>: i.<it nv.'i dor
■zu -K-in-m uiui uliiiLvelilieii •''•■' In.".'ii'-i" hat, nut" <.'iuii<i ui-usii-rst iiiii.ii. ;/ -...,,. Laid:., ,!!.. fin.' Frim (>.•- aiTsrstfti KiitnchrvKon, da ..jjuerdla"
.--i'i.i ■•■ ill. lieu I-'.inrie'ti! uiiU'-.'i ZU
iwi.r, i!'t-h <li>' I,"lit" i!ir"s D(iff,.< allein sclion lu-zidrhnut, was das
verl.aeUr.:.M..a.-.i» i-.-ilialii-r uml iiiniolitiii'-i- liifi.f. >,

v-h.-ilTen, -..mi iii.iti.iin-ii, r down -hb:irt« 1 iiiiffiiMViiliiipr. anf. Wort busugtin soli: don kleinun
!4''{{<"M
\.

- Autv.'endutisen eifnid' r!:..!i Krunl niacin, i<* lii*ispit*ls»-»-is»* iii.;


«
».

rn-ssoii hnttcn I'if fhifrr warcn Krief*.* ■


iii«i.feni v«.r ailfiii s;roe.s.-.ere uml
in (Jrupiiiiunji bi'Sinillicliii Di-uiscli. ....•1 M'H'iiiii-r unil z«i'i Fi.'i'ii'ti, ilui
Verw tni" den iii. I.lifli'M Dnif ill I'imnii zi'rfriipm-
K.n-i ooi-eiieii l'"i li<*li: iu*'
Imh-i-nenjiiiliiik nicht zu li.-fuer.lite>i
•"-;»_''•-
Australisc-lic* Nf'U Cuinca (Jpsplls-liaff,
di.i nplj-n .-iu'T nul>«rwici{Pnili*ii
.Mi-hi/alil di'Htseller Klriitcnte uuch
tun Kaii'"'
Sn> w union nus
gostraiidi-: warpn.
ili'iu Kami** £t;- CO. ADAM,
hind, so das.-die UnterimlLuntf slurker s, inlTt. tin-l cin Mnnn nnitiPlis T.ika-
SiliuU'.rupppn "der die Sliiliuniei uiir
i-ini-i-s australisches KnpttAl lioran. Ingenieur.
i

/ii-lit, iiiii im ili-utsclicii Hismarck -1 .-11111 ilurchlmlir'c ■'••»» ©incu von iliin.-n
Schlosser- und
|

/.ahlreifher Krieya'c-hiffe auf l.ien-ere


Arcliipi-I pin Unternohmen ins L< iii.-u ■I].•-it I'i-ioni Sucr. |)-iiiii kun Tnuhunt
I taiier nicht noet-ig t-rscheint. S.-li.-t- zu iiif.-n. >lus nai-li jndi*r Richtuut* Inn
i■ s>-itioti Tomiilriwk nuliin uml di>n Schmiede-Meistar
---vi-rsuieiiillieli ist alter dadurcli die iTsi.h.-int, ilur Entwicktilun™
itr.ilnrcn Mnun mit zwoi Schlapni.-n I'lnpHnlill sicti si-men Reohrtrn Mis
!

l-'.i.-drnini; nicht, nil di'u Nin'kon to"ioto. Imr.-uif k'lloinsten zur von
.lii-si-r Kulnmi' (lini'ii neumi Inipuls zu ■t-tii ein amliTor i.'ino Fran niitdtuii
\ur\\
M ETALL -ARBEIT

I-'c-ilicli lintTcn uml wu.-n.
di. -o Scliiiizm-liietc imt-tii; sind, all- U'.niKihitwk. Y.r paoktn ihri> Hn.'ii'u
innplilicli inuner uiehr mi* den direkten sclu'li wir im IntiTPssi* tics (loutschi-n i-iit-liT uinoii Hand unil vor.stttzic
liinnahini'i) dr>- K.ilnnieii scllist
Kupitnls, ilass i*s sicli die in niii'-n init dom Tomahawk. J Kl/KH ART.
werden liiU'*sseti, was na- an ditniciii L" iii'-i-ii<*liiiii'ii niclit put. ij.-n it m» dor amlt-ren Hand liiolt.
■_"-iici-kt.
yrhoii liiessi, tiiwchti'ii alter ehnnsn
tnerlicli nm- dann erreivhl wr.-den
iliiiiuciul davor wain.'ii. dio C.-s.-l'.
I ( : 1 sah. wi*» dii'MP vii'r M-'Psrh-'ii
m..-.ii'ti-t wurdtin. Ich «ah mit moinoti
WASSER-TANKS
kann, w.-nn .Ii ■ wirtscliafl liche Knt -
I

M'hiit'l dpsluiH* /'i di'-utvituieniii, wcil dm vi t >tt»ts vonuelli


_-.ii.n Aujjoii
wiekclung der Scliutzi;ebivte eiueu
~

ilin 1 l.p.itpr 'iiu-li I'inijje aiiypsi-hene \\ ii'inior sin tontfii. Alh dii> viiT
"Uenstifipn Verlauf niiuint.
(•.-r.ide uelier die-.* v.irL.-c!iaftliehc
Suedsee-
austialisclii! Hilfuspr, dip seit Jnhr.
zi'liiilcn mil l'.if.'.i; in dor Suedsci:
I'i-rsoit'in tot wariMi, ronchtbn >!if
l.iiiti" oin gross'H Fi-iiit mid roostp
riSCII-SPEERE.
unsorer
tai-ti-; sine], ii-n din L"ichniniir> dnrauf. Dnnn
Kolnnien soheitien abcr in Ileutseti. Kine unt-oivr SumUte 'mitten »io mit Mi-sscin Stucitkn
land recht AufLtssungen fjSSr* A 1 !•• A rIM-iten werdeu
-,

Scltut/.p«l>iciK flurch pttjjlisch nustr.i. i -i.ivnii ah, diii Stiifclc-' in


.veil vprlueitet zu seiu, inscifcrn man
sicli v .r al'.'ii
( nicht klar da. lisclien Kintiuss ist ki'ine Geld sondcrn 1 -'[iftj und kocliti'ii sit». A!nLento di" wio l>is)icr uuf (Ihs S<>rg-
fine M ucli tf ni.ee, die ivareii, si'tzton dio ai-lrii/stf aiifffftfuehrt.
luelier i-t. daris die wirt-*«chaftliehe
liii-i u.'lii-r lu-uti- *.i) w'iii-4 wie ,ii !i nii'-icr —es war riii«< icanz"
Kiiiwickelutiastendenz dirso si. w.-it fuer din Ztikmift in Sydney cxler mid asson vim dem Fit-ix.h.
al>aele»eneli • Jeliieti- m'.t
k.-ii zu den iiaechslltotmcliliarteii
Hri-.lni.np, sonderii
I.undou.
in Ucrlin uml
An'.ilil
I, lido wnrdc g'.'fiMirt. nb «li
ill 1oni Volko
Li-uid
cin Unrvclit
*=*
BEKANNTMACHUNG
-i.ic-seicn wirtsehuftlichen (i.-'nilden liat'tt-'ii. iS'i'in. Ks wild hiordurch bekannt
' tstusien uimi Aii-indieii liinneigen war upln'rlutrti-r kalthlu<'tig«''r Mord,
Ks i;il'. M'jr einfachc. ENTLAUFEIT- .gfinac.'lit, class die auti deiii
mil-.-.
..I.nHnt iidh diosu Mi'tisi'lum toeteu,"
nuci-hteriic Uplicrleguim nnzu-t 'lien Sell ut zgrbicte des Bismarck-
di--. d'lH diesor Kulonieli Kin grosser SCHIMMEL- lintt" piniT ili.t Muordor
..iiKlt iiit'iiiimd tlarf diivnu sjti'oclioti
i;iMngt,
AffliijH-ls mi I dur dazu gohue i
WALLACH.
-

mil UuPi-k-icht auf die weitcn Euf wogetl <lor l'nliziii und d'T igen baloinoiis-Irisuln stanunoii-
feriiuitfsen uml die dadurcli liediiisjteii Abzugebon gugon Holohnung. dio koiiiiniii wild, tins zu strafon. <lfii I'arbigen Arbviter Contract
yriies-eieti Fracht-pespn yai 11i• lit im
Htaiule Hind, auf deui eur..piiei<clieu von Oertzen. Moa Moa- arlieiUM* tuur die D. 11. 1\ G. &

...|.-r deutfchan Marktc In cinum Artikul tier TncjJtHrhcn sinil ; iliewlben duerfon daber
mil den gleiohen Produkten in NVeti Kund-nthau unlnr ~S[>rnclilii'li»i Vir- wcdur an Work- nooh an Sonn-
l.ewerh zu tratrn, die Afrik.i. Fiuiieii I In dor „Samoßnisuhcn Zei- L'Nslichkfiti'ii" heiufct t-s: ~Un«i>r
j tagon zur Arbuit bei fruuulun
uml Mittelumcrikn liufnrn, Hupiwllei uuig" vormetliig : /.annum spricht von o<>l<ljilum»..>,
Ansicdlern uufgufordcrt, noch
und I'llun/.er auf den Sued-ee Inseln |
übglrii-h I'lomlio ilccli piirotulivli nur
iniiesnen vielinohr ihr Aus'-ninerk „Maeohtig zur See ■ 111 Blni licstchon kmm Wir f»«hr«u falls siesich i'.ar Arbeit aubiett n
d.vrauf lichten, diiss *Hie ihre Iv/fUy. Wiiehsr-upmllioolxohpn l»ci ittis. diu sollten, angX'nomuien werden,
hiw.o in Sinu'apnre, HoiijtkixiK, Uri-. il-iili iiicht» vim Ui'lz iidu;' Houlzi.du'll
l.une, Sydney usw. mil kuiv.ti mi 811-I1 luilipii. Dio Oastorruicher

time jedesinalige bcsondeiv
ui.d hi!liv;pit Fraclits'i.pi/-n rum Ver. I'ostkiirttMi (Us Deutscheii i.-'ilicii Paiiivr-Ouldvii, wt-il man Jurt Kilaubniss ru'iteiis del'
k*ufe auhioten. Dadurcli ergicbl »icl» Uongst vergetiNuii liut, dusa Gulden tier Ilaupt- Atfeiitur dt>r (jcscil-
schaft in Apia.
4
SAkOAXISCHE ZEITUXG 10. S"p(t-mlif*p

kaum die Haclfte der oben berech-


111. Reisebericht aus neteu Ziffern im Laufe der naech-
Ich beehre mieh dero geehrten Publikutn :nit/.utlieilon, «I;i —.—

Samoa. sten etwa 30 Jabre meines Erach-


ich ineino
Voa Gob. Rejrierungsrat Frofossor
Dr. F, Wohl trntm n.
tens ausmachen koenuen.
Ich moechte es nicbt
Baeckerei und Colonial- Wmtren-Geschaeft
Der soeben erschieneoe 3. Reiae- sprocben lassen, dass ueber die un die Horren E PFAXKUCH, M. VOX SCHROEDKR & M RAPHAEL
benefit giebt nach einer kurzen wirtbsehaftliche Bedeutung Samuas verkauft babe.
Lmleitung den am 9. Mai im Cen- auch heute nocb bei unsim Mutter-
Indent ich fuer das mir WrtramMi hx-stons dutikc,
-11 al Hotel gehaltenen Yortrag wie- lande eine cross* Unklarheit und
der, den wir bcreits iu der Nummer Ueberschaetzuug herrscht. Samoa bittc ich dnsselbe auf mcii.'c Nachfnlger utUjrtragen zu wollcii.
vim 17. Mai ahgedruckt haben. bat fuer Deutschland aus hist ori- Ich ersuebe alle diejeuipm. welchn Fordwunj*en an mieh zu
Herr Gehcimrat Dr. Wohltmann scben, aus politischen and nicht stellcn ha ben, dieselbeii bis Hum 1. October eitiKtireiclien. Gleich-
mit folgenden Saetzen: sum mindestcn aus marinen Gruen- zeitig bitte icli mein»> Schuldner ilire Rcchiumg?n l»i.i zu diesoui
..Zum Schluss dieser Reisebericbte den einen ausserordentlich grossen
Ta«'e zu boglcicbeii.
muss ich uocb kurz die wichtige Wert, und die Besitzergreifuug Sa-
Frage beruehren, wieviel Land fuer moas war obendrein fuer uns cc- R. RATHKE.
Kakaokulturen in Deutsch-Samoa radezu Ehrensache geworden. Die
ueberhaupt vorhanden ist. Ich gruene Farbenpracht der Inseln, Untor Bezugnahtnc auf obenstehemle Anzeige, theilen wir
v/erde diese Frage eingehender in ihre berrlicbe Lage in der viel-
vicinem Buche ueber Samoa zu er- gepriesenen Suedsee entzuecken
dem ffeehrtcn Publikum mit, dans wir das obenerwaehnto
uertern haben. Aus der Beantwor- jeden Naturtreund und machen �on llerru Rathke erworben. und in dor y.weiten Wocho d«s naech-
tung dieser Frage ergibt sich der ihrenßesit* ueberaus begehrenswert. aten Motiats uebernehmtMi und unter dem Xanien
wirtschaftliche Wert unseres Be Das alles steht unwiderruflieh first,
sitzes fuer die na*chste Zukuntt,
und entsprechend demselben haben
aber beruehrt keintswegs den wirt-
schaftlichcn Wert der Inseln. Die- £'aleiifi Stattltcm \m& €mixtmx
wir fuer die naechsteZukunft unsere ser letztere ist ein guenstiger. Es unter Leitungdes lierrn \^ Bliel>acil wcitorfuehren wenli'H.
Massnabmen zu treffen. laesst sicb ausSamoa etwasraachen. #

DieGroesse Deutscb-Samoas wird Die steigende Ausfuhr wird dieses "Wir werdon durch prompte unil re-clle bedienung vcrMichvn,
auf 2572 qkm angegeben. Hiervon belegen, wenngleich sie auch nicht un.* das unsereui Vorgaenger goscht.Mikto Vertrauon /u crhulU'ii
«:nttalleu nach meiuer Schaetzung jene Berge Kakao aufweisen wird, uud zu erweitcrn.
33 pCt auf steiles nnd hochgelege- welche von Schwaermeru ertraeumt
nes Gebirge und abschuessiges Ter- wurden. Wer Samoa in diesera E Pfankuch, M. v. Schroeder. M Raphael
rain in den niederen Lagen; sie Licbte betrachtet und eine schritt-
r.ind fuer Kulturen ungeeignet und weise ruhige Entwicklung einer
durcbaus benoetigt fuer die Erhal- ueberstuerzten und speknlativen Wort und Bilil KcchnuiiK trngwider
tung des Waldes, dessen Nieder-
lcgen in den hoeberen und steilen
vorzieht. wird sicherlicb vor Ent-
taeuschungen bewahrt bleiben.
besonJeriT Teil, iii>- illiiKtrii-rt" Al>t»-i-
---luntr. ~Filer ui-m-re Frnucii" und die
Besitzungen
L3geu ein uie wieder gut zu mach- Jifilagi; ~K'ta«siscliov Humm tier
vim I bis :'u 1000 Ackorn, mit
ouder Fehler waere. Wfl'litoratur'vrgaoiiaun audi di»*.*in*»l
Des weiteren bestehen wohl 10 Literarisches. wi»*d<;r ilun vii'Ueitijjrn tui'l trelllirli •hKt olmu zu
bis 12 pCt. Flaeche aus juengerer ihk^h\vn»'ldtHu [ithnlt der aithouudiin- leiclifi-ii
Lava, deren glatte Steinflaeche oder ~Lasst ilin schlnfen der hat oft Inn Z«-itw:lirift
v.w vi'rkauten.
zu flache Verwitterungsrinde eine genug fnor uns gcwncht !*' sprach der
Hebauung noch nicht zulassen. p rosso Prousspnkot'nig r.ur a>»*nd- welehc jhr«s
Auch Upolu hat solche Flaechen lichen Tafelrunde in Sanssouti. al» KalserlichesPostamt. Gniii<Lstuccko vurknufen w«»l-
auf seiner oestlicben Haelfte und man bemerkt hatte, (lass <l<t :<Ke A. Akgkhkndk Posten. ---ltii. wcp.leu uiu Mittlifiluiijj!,
suedlichen Seite in groesserer Aus- Zieten eiitL'enickt war, und ihn
Nach Neuseeland unci AustraUen yidwiten.
(i.'nMm; aufzuweiseu. weeken wollte. Ein donkwtiertlig.>r
via Pago Pago:
halte ich mindestens 15
.:.n Moment. Der junge Berliner
Historienmalor Georg Marshall hat Montag, den 2«. Septenil>er. Norman H- Macdonald-
.kr Flaeche fuer zu telsig, Xach Fiji unci Australieu: JjatMluicsdor uikl Aift'trt.
ktesig oder fuer zu eiseu- ihn in einem gro«isen interespanten
"r.i-T surupfig oder tonig, urn
Gemaelde zur Daratelluig g<*briteht, Donner-tag, den r. October.
und eino zweiseitigo f;»rbige WrTiel- Xach Amerika und Kuropa via
Kakaobau und edle tropi- 1 )>-v Uutrr/cichnete ist bc-
faeltigunc bietct flit 4 ~Modeine
••-,

una
•''cwaechse in Betracht kom- Pago Pago:
-7.1: koc-unen. Auf derartigem Kunst" von Pich
Prein des Einzelhoftes 60 P».) in
Bon;r Sonntag, den 4. October. itnit n»|»"t muileii,. sin^efnehr
: koenneu wohl striebweis
. .ualmen. Bauanen und auch
ihrem eoeben erMchion,onen H#ft "2".
Nicht dieses ,\fnr«chtl)'ec?ie Bi'd
Xach Tonga, Neuseeland uiul
Australien:
7000Acker sehr gutes,
.ir.iclit uud Jams gedeihen, aber alloin. sondirn nocli oinn gnnzo Tfeiln- Montag, den 5. October. flier Aubau von Cacao
t iininer nur mit geringem Er- von ihnun. aus der Friederisinniiichen Nach Neuseeland und Australieu
>e. Vielleicht ist jedoch dieses Zeit und and«re. Ein Aufsntz b»- via Pa go Pago: gecignctcd Lund
rvl spaeter einmal teilweis zu schaoftigt sirh gleicltjit»itig mit ilnm Montag, den 19. October. d.-r I). 11. & VXK in jrroos.se it p.
::orieren. Kuonstler selb.st. Die reizvolle- Er-
Demnacb verbleiben als Re«=t 40 zaehlung Ton Marie Bern hard Xach Amerika und Europa via. uud kleiufcrtvn Pareellvn /uii<
';., das macht 1029 qkm. Rech- ~Illusion" wird in diesein Heft znm Pago Pago;
Verkauf ausaubieten. Kino
man hiervon Haechc, Seen, Abschluss gebracht, Ferdinand Saarn Sountag, den 25. October.
•l
gemuetvolle oesterreichische Rovello Specii.lknrte Uegt iu nicinutii
Vegr, I>orfpiaetze u.s w. ab, so er- Nach Fiji uud Austrahen:
Bucreau zur Assicbt uus, mid
;eben sich rutid 1000 qkm (100 000 ~Gin«va" fortge»etzt. Aus dem Donnerstag, den 29. October.
la) als tfutes, anbaufaehiges Land. uebrigen roichen Inhalt hebtm wir die
Nach Tonga, Neuseeland und
vrcrden daselbst alio andcron
Innerhalb dieser Flaeche liegen nmuesante zeitgemaese Plauderei von Infonnatiom.-n i^egcben.
Livius uober Antiquitaeten-Fael- Australien:
auch die meisten Felder der Ein-
diese ttchungeu hervor, eowie, den bchoen Montag, den 2. November. .Nornucu 11. JStacdvnnld
geborenen. Und ituessen
illustrierten, sehr beherzigenswerten Schluss iuer Postanweisungen:
ihneu vorlaeufig verbleiben. Wie Aufruf des Aichitekten Hermann £stnflvefmessvv <i' Ltuuluw ut.
gsoss die Flaeche bei der herrschen- A fuer Posten, die Vormittags ab-
Werle: ~Eine Kolonie fuer Leibes-
den Waldbrand-Wecbselwirtschaft erziehung". Die Welt des Theaters
gehen, am NachmUtag] vorher.
sein muss, um eiuer Eingeborenen- iat u. a. in oinetn reich rait Portraits li titer Posten, die Nachmittags
Bevoelkerung von rund 40000 Koe- geschmueckten, dem fjrossen Muon- abgehen, 12 Uhr Vormittags.
pfen sowie einer event. Vermehrung choner Charakterdarsteller Wilhelm Die Schlusszeit fuer andere Sen- ZAUMRZTtZAIWTECHXIkER
jederzeit genuegende Nahrung zu Schneider gowidmefen Jubiiaeumw- dungen wird moeglichst frueh- (Philadelphia. Dental College
gewaehren, wage ich heute noch artikel beruecksichtigt. Auch Kunat- zeitig durch Tafelaufschrift be- mtid Hospital of Oral Surgery /goj.J-
nicht sicher auzugeben. Ich ver- und Kunatgewerbe, Sport und oeCent- kauut gegeben. hat am Montag, den 2+. Auyu-t
mute, dass dat'uer mindestens 1 ha liches Eebon sind wio nnmer vielseitig
■icine Praxis in Apia bcfjonnen, mul
pro Kopi der Bevoelkerung als und foHselnd behandelt wordon.
kiiim fuer tlie Daijor eine.i Monats
Mindestmass erforderlich ist. llnter Auch dieses Heft der ..Modernen Von Au-stralieu, Neuseeland und
mi Central tfotel konsultirt werden.
dieser Aunahme verbleiben boech- Kunst" wird su.h rasch viols* Freande- Tonga:
stens 50000 ha (125 000 acres) fuer •rwerben. Donnerstag, den t. October. Spreoli>>tund«n von 9 bis I'2 Vorin.
die Kulturen der Weissen. Diese Vou Europa und Amerika via 3 bis Naclim
."'

Flaeche ist eher zu hoch als zu


Pago Pago:
niedrig von mir taxiert. Sehr gross An die durcb ihresagenn-jawobenen Donnerstag, den 1. October.
wird daher die Zahl der einaclnen Rumen, ihre oanft auateigwndwn
Kakaopflanzer nicht ?ein koenuen, Huegol auage»eichnete Bergstraaae Von Australien und Fiji: SAVAII.
welche neben den Kakaobaugesell- fuehrt nns ein reich iUustrieiter Montag, den 5. October.
schafteu mit groesserem Landbesit* Auiaatx von AlbertWohlgaat, den das Von Australien und Neuseeland Bi-Ruchivr dieser Insol kocnnen hfius
in Samoa Platz finden. Immerhin neueate (25.) Hoft der illuatrierten via Pago Pago: lithe H<*cju«mlichkoit in.dnm
duerftc fuer 500 Einzelpflanzer, Zeitechrift Zur Gutea Stunde (Preis
des Yierzehntagnheftes 40 Pf. Deut-
Mittwoch, den 7. October. Privathause *Pounfu".
vielleicht sugar luer 750, die sich Von Europa und Amerika via in Suleaulu (*il> Minutea von M;uauiu N
sche* Verlagahaua Bong Co , Berlin
&
mit einem Besitz von im Mittel 40 W. 57) nebea aeinem ercaeUlendan Pago Pago: tkid*n.
ha (100 acres) begnuegen, im Laufe Donnerstag, deu 22. October. l*i:eise von 6- bis 10 M. pro Tag.
der Zeit genuegeud Land vorhanden Toil: Johanna Klemma lioman Era
Kcxmig, AdcJf Otta Geachichta aua SalzwoAscr- und IXmchcn-Bnd.
sein. Das wuerde jedoch voraus- Von Australien, und Neuseelaud .laj;d- and Kischorei-Oolpgonheit.
dem bayriachen "ilochJande ~lq dan via Pago Pago:
sctzen,. dass auch auf Savaii der Ueber BcKlaf- LivccnsUt Verkauf vonSpirituoKcni
Abgrond" bringt. Mittwoch, den 2S* October.
*um
weissc l'flanwr Zutritt erhaelt und loaigkeit und ihreßekampfung Hpricbt A. A. KINO.
sich snsiedelu kann. Daran Ist in- Dr. mod. Lewinaki. M. Raentkee Vou Auttralien, Neuseeland und
dessen vorlaeufig bei dem Mangel amuMantesQenrebildchan.tMalhueha. Tonga:
an Arl>eitern. bei der Unsicherheit
durcb den rauchenden Vulkan und
eheo," F. Simon* getuuetTollo*
Bild "Brautachuhe,'* daa interensanta
Donnerstag, den 29. Octeber. Zuiu Kastrieren
Von Australien und Fiji:
an* wrscliiedencn anderen Gruen- bißtoriacha Oemaelda "Frirnlrich Montag, den 2. November. von Pferden, Rindvieh uml
den gar nicbt zu denken. Uud I'riosona Tod" tou E. S'urtuvunt und
Schweinen empiLehlt aich
urtolgedessen wird die Zahl der iu J. Mirallea bewegta Tieracooo ..IXo Die Ausgabe der angekomraencn
Postsendungen ertolgt spaeteuteus
Samoa bezw. auf Upolu tulaessigen
mocglicbcn Kakaopflanzer
Stunda daa Truehatuicka" ■oi«n hr.<r
3 Stunden nach Laudung dcr Post- W. KOCH, Malifa.
uud •rwaahnt. Kin, den Zuueraigiu.»*ou in
10. September BAMOANfSCUK ZEIfONG 5

lueksehveepdt u.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP GO Tmporteure unci Commissions-Agenten. Dampfer-V erbindune
'

SAN FRANCISCO.
Bestaendige frisclie Zufuhren von wisuhen den Inseln, Auckland
Fost-Express-Dienst. Proliant, Confectiona-Waaren, Bau-Materialien und
und Sydney.
Di* Damp/or dieeer Limie wI»m» alle
drti Wecbee PAGO PAGO nach Pflanzunga-Bedarfoartikeln jeder Art. CSION STEAMSHIP GOMFAHY
Auckland von Deutsehland. Amerika und den Australischen Kolonien.
DF \EW ZEALAND (LIMITED )
Sydney Regelraaewiger Dampfer Verkehr -

Honolulu Alicin-Vcrtrieb von BREMER ST. PAULI BIER MUEN ftyduer


zwiachen
San Francisco. CHENER HOFBRAEU und FILsEN ER CRQUELL New Zralaad Aucklaad)
aus dem Buergerl. Braehaus in Pilsen.
VooSan FrMcfcco til Honolulu uwh Toaia and FAJI.
6yda«r ria Auckland Einkauf von hiesigen Landesproducten •'orauaaichtliche Aakuaft:
IS-MIMA. ZU HOECHSTEN MARKTPREISEN. BS.
yun
HAUROTO,
Aueklud iia T
am MITfWOCH, 30. Septeinl.er
Voo Sydney via. Auckland San
GREVSMUEHL CO. SS MANAPOUEI
nach
Frftnclaco via Honolulu & von Sydney via Fiji
8 S. SIERRA Import und Export.
am MONTAO. den
m<l hieranf all«
5. October
vier Wodhen.
Ma DIENSTAG, 6. October
GALVANISIRTES DACHEISEN, alle Groossen STAOHEL- ;
Die Fahrpre !■.._■ achliet»en die voll* Bakoe
ein, auMc-blieaalich Oetraanfce:. Di»
Alle Anaprneche
irrgen die Dampfor <ler

DRAHT, ex Germanv—gut und billig; Till KREN und FENBTER


"

Komp*gaie nineteen bei det> Ajjeuton npa«- t'aaeagiere 1. K erhalteu rollrsaeodige


~«•>

,7 Tmu fuer Kirchen und Villas; KIROHEK- und PFLANZUNGS iJ.-ttcu, H<ttv. hbclic und Heodtuecher.
■ •- "-—-- -

aeaagen piuaiaen bei den Unirr- GLOCKEN; Alle GERAETHSCHAFTEX titer llatis und F.-ld.
Ladling su.< den Dampfern dieter l.inie
zeichneten am Tage vor Abgug dea Wr- 3 Boete, 1 Wagon, 250 Acker (niehr odor weniger) in Fagaloa. rid durch die D.H.P.O. gelandet.
binduaga-Dampfera ~MAORI" angemeldet
Manilla Tau und andere Materialien fuer Schitf'e. nml dea Unterxeich
" "

warden. iuli.il udigan und wird gegen Zah


Fuer Preiae Ton Paaaagen und Frachton, GETRAENKE ALLER ART, AU'Ctt vwm TEMPERENZLER lung von Fiacht ui
aowie alle weitere Auakunft wtndc man »icn
an die GOOD AND CHEAP. veraltfnlgl.
Alle Anspru<-che fe,-0 r-- — ■-■

HACPT-AGEXTCE DEB Kompigme miieaaen bei den AgeuK*i apae-


tewten.i nock Kintrcffen dea reap.
7 Tagt-

vonWuelfingen, Ingenieur, D.impfi-ra »rhnftlick eingoreicht werden.


DEUTSCHEN HAN DELS- UNI) All* mid Fraohten muaeaeu bei
PLANTAGEN -GKSELLSCBArT Dampfer nngemeldet werden.
cichncten vor Eintretfen der
DKR SUEDSEE-INSBLN ZU APIA MULIVAI Frachteu auf dem Verderhen »u»
IVaareu inunwu vorausbezahlt wer
HAMBURG.
U'.'hernahtne von jeder Art mascbinellcu und elektrisclien Anlagen, Wegen Preine von Paaaagen nod Frachteu
kiwic alle weitere Auakuaft wend*
Ag a nten in Apia. Dampfmaschineu, Motore, Turbinen, •ten an die D.H. 4 P.O.
elektrische Kraftuebertragungs- und Beleuchtungs-Anlageu HATJPT AGBWTUR
in jedem UmfrttiH'!. der Deutschen Jlandels- und Plan-
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO Vertreter der Berkefcltcr Filtcr-Gcs.llsfliiift.
Wasser-Tanks.
der Suedsee-Inttln
zu Hamburg.
of SAN FRANCISCO. e<r AC K MEN IN APIA. 1
REPARATURBN je-licber Art Fahrraeder.
und Reutabilitacts-Berechnungun giatis.
Royal Mail Kostenansehlaege
INTER-ISLAND SERVICE
Express Service. UNION STEAM SHIPOOMPANI

Central Hotel
OF NEW ZEALAND (LIMITED).
The ateamere of thia line leave PAGO
PAtiO every three weekr for
REGULAR 6'IEAM SERVICK
Auckland betweecn
Sydney Sj-dney
Honolulu F. A. NIEDRINGHAUS, Besitzer Jiew Zealand (Anckanld
Namoa
San Francisco. Tonga uad Fl|l
2mpfiehlt sieh dem geohrten Publikmn Apia's uu<l der umliogeuden Approximate Time Table :
From Kan Francinco via Honolulu to
Distrikie. arrive* from Auckland via Tonga
Sydney tia Auckland
SS HAUROTO,
8 8 SONOMA
or about
on or about FRIDAY, (yitobcr and
on
S. S. MANAPOURI
WEDNESDAY, September 30th.
Weine, Spirit nose n mid Were arrive* fromSydney via Fiji
on or atmut MONDAY", October sth.
From Sydney vi» Auckland for San
nur bester Q.ualitaet. *^&& A d evaiv four weeks thereafter.
Franciaco via Honolulu
8. 8 SIERRA Vorzuegliche Ziinmer und Batten, All claaeea of I'a.iaenser are
the Company in a
victualled by
liberal ityle Saloon
about
on or
Piuvengrra are ali*> provided with heddtug.
TUESDAY. October 6th. sehr gute Kueche etc. uieu, and every re<juiaite, together with the
itteudan.e of experienced rervanU. Bteer-
age paaacugera am provided with tnattr

All claisaa again at the ateamrra of the and ruga.

H. GEBAUER
Company rauat be handed to the Agenta in All Cargo arriving by tha ateamera of thia
writing within 7 days after arrival of the
rapectire ateamera. liuc will bo lightered by the D.H. * P.O.
Conaigneera ure hereby notified that all

HAirr-A4JE.VTIB DER igned, and freight and lightara^o


~' APIA, SAMOA. will ha iseuea foi da-
-hen an order
DEUTSCHEN HANDELS- UND >f the goo.la.
Afl claiina againat the ateamer* of the
PLANTAGEN -GESELLSCHAFT
GENERAL STOREKEEPER.
Company tniiat lie handed to the Agent* in
-vritiog within 7 daye after arrival of tha
DER SUEDSEE -INSELN ZU capective HteamerJ.

Agentur- u. Connnissions-Gesenaeft.
.

HAMBURG. All cargo and paaaagea moat be bonked at


"cm the day previoua to tha arrival of
Agents at Apia- Sue ben angekommen aus Amerika uner*.
AH iieriahable >- argo muat be prepaid.
For rates of po.wagn and freight, and all
The undersigned has been Eine grosse nnd hucbsche Auswahl von o her information, apply to
HATTPT-AOEHTT7R
instructed by the D.H. & P.G.
to offer for private selection in
DAIEH-. BERBER-, DHD KIDDER SCBDHZED6E der Deutschen Ifandels- und Plan-
tagen-Gesellsckaft der Sutdsee-Irisclrt
areas to suit purchasers. zu Hamburg.

RATHKE,
R. fßawftet
AGKNTS APIA.
I*. "O
7000 acres of the fin-
est Cacao Lands G. W. Partsch,
in Samoa. Selection plan of
same may be inspected and full und (Bouditor. A uktionator
und Commissions-Agent,
particulars obtained on appli-
cation at my office. Apia, Samoa.
Norman H. Macdonald
Lvr. Surveyor & Land Agent.
Neue importir
Preserven
mit jcdem Dampfer.
Cedmckt von Emil Lukdrb
Apia, Samoa.
6 SAMOANISf'HE ZEITUNG 19. September

Conrad Lieber & Son,


Public flnnoiincement.!
Being desirous of leading an easier lite, and feeling that my
APIA, SAMOA; and at Nukualofa. Tonga.
Copra Buyers and Commission
Agents for Lever Bros. Ltd., W. St A. McArthur Ltd., John
Keep & Sons Ltd., 11. 11. Grotli & Co., Myers k Solomon, and
Agents.

9 store*, my shipping interests, and my plantations in Gorman- others.


Sariioa will sufficiently occupy my time for the future, 1 am desirous Office and Sample Room —Next to the I.G. Courthouse.
:

of disposing of the following outside interests, and am prepared to


let them go to very reasoable rates, and on easy terms of pay-
ment, on and to accept a low rate of interest where deferred settle-
ments are of convenience tothe purchasers.

1. SOPHIA ISLAND.
Title guaranteed. Southernmost of the EUiee Group. Coral
formation. About 2h miles in circumference. Lagoon of about u
acres in center. Fully planted with Cocoanut trees, mostly in APIA, SAMOA
bearing ,1 Turtle abundant. Figs and Fowls on the Island. Place I
produces, Breadfruit aud Bananas, sufficient fur the laborers. Native j
houses. 2 storied Dwelling, Large Una no House, boats, Canoes. Dies Hold liegt. im Zentrura dor This Hotel is situated in tne
Tools ete. Stadt unci vcrbindet allc Kinrich- business centre in Apia and has.all
A Deposit' 'estimated at least 10.000 tons of Guano averaging tungen eines roodernen grossen the requirements of a first-class
Hotels mit der Abgeseblosseuheit Hotel but with the privacy of a
54 per cent Tribasic phosphate of lime, exists on the place. This j einer Privatwohnung, da die Wohn- private home, the living rooms-
is probably the best Guano now left on any of the Pacific Islands. raeume sich in ein'eni agbesoudcrten being separate from the bar.
Cemented Cistern, and Iron Tanks supply ahundanl water for tin* , Gebaeude befinden. There is a grand view of the har-
place. Good grass under the trees should feed numerous Goats or j Prachtvolle Atissicbt atif den l>or to be obtained from the Veran •
Cattle. Good anchorage, and excellent Boat passage. The pro- Ha fen von der Veranda, welchb dab which is capable of seating ioo
perty should produce from Go to bO tons Copra per annum with fucr ioo Persoueu Sitzrnum bietet.
small cost. And return a profit of from siooo to 2000 to any
Salt water bathing with ficsh zcatet
energetic man who would live there part of the time and work it shower.
Tno diseases. Temperature averaged about SO degrees.
2. TIVOLI HOTEL AJRX^- Cannon Tabic, Billiard
Bagatelle.
Table, and
Title gauranteed. Situated on best corner in town. Commo-
G>> sscr tliu%lcrrttv.ni /•/■>■ Bciscndr
dious Building erected in 1893. 2 Stories and Tower. Upper G'rt'srct M'it*/?/ raitm /'tier A'cisrndc 'ont///odious S'tmplc A'oom.
Eastern Verandah 10
<

floors 12 rooms. Lower floors 10 rooms.


feet wide and about 80 feet long. Front ami western Verandahs
y feet wide. Furnished completely, and supplied with Billiard, 11. EASTIIOPB, Proprietor.
and Bagatelle tables Acetylene lighted. Baths supplied with well
water by a New SteeltWindmill. Cook House. Closets and Store
House, Separate Buildings detached from inina edifice.

3. TRADING STATION.
ZUCKSCHWERDT &
VOIGT,
Title guaranteed. About 40 acres situated on the north side of IMPORT, EXPORT, COMMISSION AGENTS.
the harbour of Pag-o Pago, having a water frontage of about 1050 , CONSTANT FBESII SUPPLY OF PROVISION. DRAPERY,
feet. Directly opposite the U.S.Coaling Station. 12 acres in Cacao IiUiLPiNG materials, plantation implements, &e.
most of which is commencing to bear. Stone wharf, with water from Gerinaiiy, America and the Australian Colonics.
laid on to its end. with 2V'Plping. from inexhaustable spring on
the property. ; ST//./-' .Uj'KXTS j»r St. Paul! life; Brnncn ; Kg/. Jfojhra,
Store building about 7 years old. quite commodious, on Cement Mu, ~<■/,<■,>. 'inil Pi/s/'u I'r'/i"'// f'rom-liui't'fjerl. Uranisms
platform. Aeetylinc Hgthcd. Stock and fixtures valued at about PiIsen.
S7OOO. One New Cottage on the property, build on cement plat- j
form. Copra shed and Blacksmith shop. Business has been Highest Prices paid tor Copra, Cacao etc.
established about 7 years and has constantly paid good dividends.
For sale with, oi without stock and fixtures.

4. one: trading station


which is suitable for person with small capital, who desires to
TIVOLI HOTEL.
make an easy, comfortable living and small profit. Ettillger, Manager.
s. property I Visitors to Apia can obtain confortahle rooms at tins establish-
ment on wry reasonable terms. Broad verandahs, Hath, and
AT TANUGAMANONO. Closets on tin- upper floor. The Restaurant has been discontinued,
Property lately owned by Mr. Stuenzner—now owned by me. but visitors can obtain their meals at a near bye establishment, or
For sale or to rent, at a reasonable rate. Nice new 5 roomed they can be brought into the Hotel at a small extra expense.
'

cottage with numberous outhouses. Bor 9 acres of land within


ten minuts walk of the center of Apia. Breadfruit. Mangoes Cacao, Wives, Liquors, Cigars etc. of the best kinds kept in the.Bar.
Coffee and other fruit trees scattered over the property, which has
a road frontage of about -100 feet and a back frontage along the
Vaisigano of over 200 feet well fenced and generally the
premises are in excellent order. Haiiseatiscke Feuer-
G.
sale
Selected Cacao Pods from aged
at reasonable rates.
trees constantly on hand for Versiclierungs Gesellschaft
7. Services of the Pedigree Guernsey Bull ..Napoleon III" may
Hamburg.
r
be obtained. Terms §2,5C and . >o ets per week grazing charce.
For further particulars apply to
Gv W, PARTSCH,
Airent fuer Samoa und die Suedsee-Inseln
H. JT. Moors.
The Vendor believes that everyone of these different properties,
in the hands of individual owners, giving their undivided attention P. C. FABRICIUS,
to their working, will turn out handsome and certain profits. APIA, SAMOA,
KAUFMANN EN GROS & EN DETAIL.
10. September SAMOArv'IM'HK ZElflrNG 7

tho In ml clearer and bettor, and also wore forced into the earth at n.-ht On Sunday fast. the I3tli int.
Dr. Wohltmann's Report tu get j\ better return therefrom. How- angle.
a
Tin- sorrowful about this ih Mr. John Davis, one of the few re-
on Samoa. over through iln- t; to S yearn cotton that moat own, rs of thou; plantation* maining Satnoan pioneers, passe |
From ~l)er Tiiip-.-npfl.-n/. rulturo, tho IS to ■'»• years psltns, tho h«liev«d that everything wassplendid,
•".)
UiifT.-iIo er.imn —where such was grown vrhilo tho 1r... s. even from a distance, from thin life after a few days ill-
11 -
Hiul finally through the former cul presented picture* of abject mie-rv ness; lieing 72 years of age. H-i
The tir«t three weeks of my stay I tivatioua of the nitivcs, the ;nnd hail ami compassion. They were unahlo arrived in San»oa nl>oilt thirty yeirs
rle voted to visiting tho plant .tions in Injun exhausted to such nn extent, to between a healthy tree ago, and has resided here ever since.
Cpilu. Then I paid a seven day's that it w,is not suitable for Cacao. an an ailing or very sickly one. Dming the period of the Malietn*
vi*it to the Island* of Suviiii. just as Hie Cocao treo is not a tree which There are few planters in Samoa, Government, he was appointed*
thu Oovernor, I>r. Solf, had finished will grow on any kind of soil, an ex- who have earned the name, hut still Postmaster, and continued in that
hi. visit nf inspection thure. The perioticM has taught everywhere, but timro aic a few who had worked office until German annexation
followintr Saturday, April 2.5th. 1 hc require* virgin forest land, if it in to with'care and forethought, and there- when he ceased to act; the inter-
votnnanii'd tho (invmor buck to Apia. n'i«h a fair age. In the Cameroon* fore—upon suitable soil—could show
national Post Union superseding
•.. make the trip to the south «ido of aUo. it develops very badly atul short- the very pb-asing result, that (*.«c*o nil previous postal arrangement*.
Cpolu. over the lAiiutoti. Ileturning lived .in exhuust-d native Unds ; and flourishes in Samoa, nod is also eup.
The deceased was very much re-,
from there to Apia, on Friday, M»v in Trinidad, am Ih. Pretiss ro,«)rtj., it aide of producing ix rich harvest. This
Ist. in »ho Maori, 1 required' a few hay totally failed upon exhausted is however in no wise the case evorv* spected and exceedingly popular,
whore, hut ■•n 1 y there, whore tho cli. and will be greatly missed by many
davs rest, which 1 enjoyed nt Mr. sugar plantations. Mutt -T results
K mist's hospitable Villa Vnilima. I 'hoi fr..m those amongst tho palms, matic conditions, and location are persons in this group. Always
then concluded my work by oneo more .ire promised by tho new Cacao trues favorable. Meniiwnile first class ready both by kind advice ami
visiting th* Palm and Cacao planta- of the t rm. whiuk are planted upon
;
Cocao s .il Is only to ho found in substantial help, to farther the in-
tions of Vaiteie. an inspection of the ahoo.t 100 Int. secondary forest lands p itches in I 'poln. terests of all who applied n him.
Mi tan fa plantation on the Linnt..o where native cultivations had also It is al»o entirely wrong to estimate He assisted many of the poor but ;

road, and a public lecture iu Apia, on li«>*n. about 00 nr K(i years ago. Tin- the average yield of a C into tree at G in such a secret manner, that the
• The Result of niy Researches in fortunately th" tirst planting in Janu- to Tibs per y.-ar. You must always amount of his gifts is known only
Samoa.", on May Oth. nry was a total failure, on nccoutit of take into consideration, that the six to theiiiHolves.—As a photographer
(in May loth, about midnight, I the drought, and a second pi mting dry mouths in .Samoa, with thoir very
which he was very successful ; in which
t. ok mv departure in the Maori, had to lie made in May, which however small rainfall, will always ho tho
nr-ived'at tin-' American harbor. Pag" ,« .il->.. in trrfst dancer, on account of cause of one or two failures in G years. department Mr. Tattersall aa.si.sted
I'ae.., after a very unpleasant eleven, th- dry w.-ather following Th« failure this year was aim >st a him. The latter continues thiß
le-urs trip. From lure 1 took my As is the e ise everywhere in Samoa, total ono on many plantations, so that business. No will having hitherto
.'.- parturt> homewards in the American there is also a lack of traimvl laborers the seed Cacao in Samoa was of such been found, his property belongs to
Miiilboat Ventura, via Honolulu and tor < 'actio culture on the plantations of ft price, that fiv.. often very doubtful the next of kin ; who, no doubt,
San Fr iiuisco. the Firm The Firm works alnost so d hems coat Ml. If in the future •when they nre made aware of his
i >f all the plantations in Upolu. exclusively with black labor from New in Samoa tli- average yield ner tree death, will take ?he necessary steps
,!i..m- of the D U.oF.tr. i-i-l-'T the I'oiinii'Tii. New Mockleobiirg. and per rear is to 411•«, and if the trees
:!
to protect their interests. John
lu-est area. Vaiiele und V utelo -everal other Islands. They r i: uit yield tliis amount from IA to 20 years, Davis, like a!l who endeavour to
which are distant from Apia about 7 the laborop* themselves with their you can b- thoroughly sa'iafied. do what little Lrood they can to
:,t,! 5 Kilometers respei-tively. have in s iidug vessels, and take them bnel. to Furthermore i - is an error 'o think
ITIHI h-. their homes, after a three y-nr*' that a plan:, red work u plantation others in their lives, will be kept
v.mrid tigures. Don + SOU •<>«•

under ciiltiv itioti. and Muiifai-ua »itn trm t Th••'«


i..eluding wait' s - wuli 1 1‘. mi M 1 0.'.0n iii Mao.ooo. It well in remembrance by those who
point of the amount tn M 100 per -nan
benefitted by his actions —"Blessed
I : .-uosolia On the w.-'Cniha.: y.ir. r
<1 lines at le.i't M'.0,000, for tho first
l-laml. has shout l.*>«"' so that wnicli i.~ vi-rv tor the wretched in mo can on v bo reckoned with is lu; that considereth the poor ; tho
•no. t'ompniiv has<«:
together ~1,.,,it work ilnii»- by this stupiil in eof people. K.a.'.-tv, alter tin- util nr litli v».ir. Ami Lord will deliver him in time of
:.jik' ha. -
SIMIO to-re.s ntider cultiva- The simple W'irl; of the palm plant.i- til*’ living in Sun .a is exceptionally trouble."
tion. Mesid s this the Company owns ti.m ciii tn- done by th.se lalmiors, dear. Tho lami aim is comparatively CUSTOS.
i.bont '-'•-'.(KtO ha. land ill I'polu and 'nit th>-y an- hardly suitnhle for Cicao Very high in jn .c>>. In a g0...! posi-
Snv.iii, which is =t:l! cover'-d with ■ dturi'. Tie refore the Firm has also tion tho raw land .secondary The funeral of tho late Mr. John
iorest, and of which the greater p.
r lik.-:i Jii Chinese laborers Intel) tlii ii forest' cos;.. Mini) to MtfoO p--r
Davis took place on Mondr.y after-
ran he cultivated. This i'.rm acini ...| exclusively for Cu-ao culture from li"lctar, an! a I• as-diold tor forty
tlii- -Ho. that arrive. l hen- April 2Slh. noon, at 4 o'clock, and wan attended
thee larire iracts of 1 md from th-- \oirs costs iimii Mu.l to M 1 A per lick'
by nearly all the white residents of
i, ,:,ves ni f i -o- v times, p rtly f.-r I w II refer to tie in later on. Mr. finally the luhor-rs arc uho
with provisions liurint? Th*' < 'uinpanv n!*i carries on nn ex- vcv expensive, in comparison with Apia. It was perhaps the biggest
si piviiiff tiietn
~ tun'iiue, pm-Mv for oih.jr suppli.-. tensive t'.uh- in S.anion -which th" oilier tropi. al lan Is Tho Samoans funeral proce— don Apia has ever
,i„, „e; th- livil .Vllr ill Upo'll. al.d nam • oroclainis—aii-1 in t'leir Humor- as,.' a* m>n :i
i . i I) illar per d iy. in 1 had, and shows esteem and
pnrtiy also, in Mrei.;.then tie- Ciei-nau leis Bnuch Stations -le- ' '■ |>ni is t!. ' (Ijlillese w 11 a!s i ciist about Moll respect in which the deceased ws s
l

ni'i-i'-s'.s iu Samoa, dnrini; the ii.ter- bought, whicii ttie Samoins -mw 1" r month. inr 1 li, the high rn-
<; held by all. The ratlin was bedecked
VMi'h-ii of the thri • powers. In fact Tho natives own more ..r h'-s exten- cr iltiilg and tr.in-p .rtuiion expenses with n '.onerous floral tributes to
tae la.i lowiicr,!i : -,i "ft! is ttim sive, iiieyubir l'.ilm pi , ntrt'ious ulim..' lin se are exceptionally high wages, the ileeea i d, in the form of wreaths,
was ..a- "!
ibe piioiipl" fa.-'.ors tiiat tie const, which proline." nb-m: -lOO'i ami i . only 1... p .id for any length crosses etc. The hVv. W. Huckett
!•:■."Tine 1 and Atneiini had to re>pe.-' inn- ..f Copra |ier y-nr. v du"i| it of tin. . by ,i flionuighly productive
•i,.""l iennitil illlevcst.i in Saij:..« : witii- 1 ah ml MGOO.OOO. whilst the three C* ""I ■ plantation. performed the burial service at tho
giave. Amongst those present at
on' thetn Smiioa would It .rdly iiavn ' plantations of tho Firm ship about M reiver, in the labor-b-m th in
For tho m quisitioii 2lH>o tons of (\>pra. The Copra yield Sam p., the lately landed JSli ('nines,. the burial were His Excellency, the
become Herman. (Jovernoi ; Judge, I'r. Sehulz; tho
..1 ihese 'J') l ' cubic kilometers of lain!, p. r tree, or per acre is not very high. repi nt inilv a drop of water on a
to- 1) H..vP.(i's sacrilice «ui con ■ nut t}ie Samoan Copra is of splendid lie', st.iin• . Tin; 1) S H , the importers U.S. fonsuldj neial Hoimrod ; the
m dera'tde, and therefore their patriot- I quality, and always commands high of laborers, tool: C.il for theniselv.-s. Acting British Vice-Consul, Trood
ivn deserves full 1.-cogni'ion. ; pri.e.-. the 1 ’poln Company TI, lie - I). II .V and many other prominent citizens.
The land umbo cultivniion by the Lately however palm cultivation I'. (i -U, the (rovornnient. Mr Hug.
firm consists "principally of Coc-ut I has taken off slightly, and all Euro- Schmidt, mil Mr. Kunsl. Villa \:i -

Mi. Willis died at Apia on Wed-


palms, which are planted at several peans have been ittacked with Cacao lim i. 1 (teach. The rest are distribu- nesday, the Kith in-*t, uniler tho
.1 stances opart, principally -dft x L>f.ft, fever. Next to the Finn i:t extent in ted ini aigst tho huiuTi pi.inters, and
n;o-t di.-tn : sitit; cii cian.stances ;
~r MOft \" iiOft, and-iu a few cases. ,Joft Cacao culture, are the plantations of the ■ iti/oiis of Apia. A second trans-
the D.y.Ci., with 400 ha., and tho his mind having been no doubt
rtfift, or ofift x oiit't. (it) nuts per ! port will be necessary, as soon us it is
affected by the m rious troubles
\

tree is reckoned 0 good average yield. F.nglish Upolu Cacao Plantation Co.. found out, that the Cucio iv.prires fir
and per acre J» ton of c.-.pra, which with at present t!00 ha. The Safata moiec ire m planting, cleaning, gather wl-.ich have cor.m on him in the la>t
brought on tho avornge about M-Joo Samoa Company, with too ha. lease- ing and pruning, than is at present few vears. The deceased, who
in Kurope, for the pust few yo.vs. The hold, is hoinc formed. Beside these vainly hoped for came here in the *<-\en ties, was for
vield'of a tree fluctuates butweeti Ml ' there are already about -JO or "■() Finally I would like to tiring into .several venrs the her.d carpenter at
'niul M-J. Dry years cans.- it to a—- planters in Upolu, who have devoted prominence, that he who has started a
the l'.l'l. Si P.G. Subsequently ho
themselves In Cacao culture. Besides Cficao plantation in Samoa with California, and after some
• p-HSe.
went ;.'

The most palmlandsof 'he Company hivimc insufficient capital, tho tmst Me' * oit(). has to work as overseer to
time returned in Smnwi anil took
have prod need cotton for «i or years«
of these planters brought very little his T or i> Chinese, from early morning
with them, which held out any pro up his old pi.sition with them.
previously; and at tho present time till late at night, if he wants to
they support over '2IOO head of cattle. spects of succo.-s; ami. hast of all, achieve anything. Ho is in noway in At'ier ami. xation he a- engaged
«

l»V the I '. S. ( toveromeut lit TlltUllu,


mostly hcrefords. and about 200 horses experience in Cacao culture, or in a ditleront position than the Herman
.and asses. For this purpose pastures horticulture or agriculture. Many of farmin' at home, who has .TO or GO ha. ill whose service he continued till
are planted amongst the palms, prin- them wore officers formerly, others under the plough, and whose farm his death. Jlis quiet inoffensive
Mimosa pudka, which over-
i ipally everything had an eventful career behind them, oft. -i represents a value of MlTo.ouo character gained for him many
grows ; or tho so called still others wore tradespeople, Pho- to M'JOO.ttOO. This a lot of planters friends The funeral was attended
Buffalo grass, Moneruia. The first tographers etc. In short, it Is n in Samoa cannot see even yet, and es- by the U- S. Consul General,
named plnnt, as n gatherer ef nitrogen picture, which could not be more pecially those tho least, who represen- lifinitod, the acting British Vice-
and for other reasons, is decidedly the medley than that pr sonted by the. ted a higher position in Herman'. Consul, Trood, mid inunv of his
better of the two, but has many draw- 0.-irlv golddigirors of Ciilifornin. And Theivfuru tho most of this kind of
friends.. -The Kev. W. " Huckett
backs on account of its thorns, and its as various us the experiences of those i.l-inters will never achieve anything
luxuriant growth, which hinder tho Cacao planters have been, are also in Samoa. cond :cted the i •lig'mu.s service at
gathering of the Coeoauuts. The thoir viows a out the best method for The next report will complete those the grave.
Buffalo grass, on the other hand, ex- Cacao culture tho felling of tho forest,
; -explanations.
hausts tho soil heavily, and mats the I burning off—which was totally neg-

A pri natation kiiiiwn as „Fruti>.


ground with its mots so much, that lected by a few —, the planting out of I am requested l»v Or. Schnuu lin". loi liestroyii g seili on snple,
the palms can get no moistur". Besides the Cacao etc. That nothing sensible ninler the date of the HUh of July,
it is not as nutritions as the firsttiamed wid result from this, and that most of to heartily thank all who signed t
pear, .oi othei ! i liny hfcfi tieeu
these planters will go away disappoin-
patented by a Get■■. an ;1. miist and
Therefore we lack n pasture the address, so beautifully and fruit grower of M« nt« vi Ico, Uru-
grass which is suitable for all ted, after the loss of their small wipi' skillfully done up and drawn hy guay, 'I hi; was!i '-'is i>|)|iiied to
tural purposes, to keep tho thin Palm \ tal. is self evident. Tho mistaken Mr. Datum. on the event of Dr.
plantations free from weeds, and to which have been made up to the
Schnoe’s departure from .Samoa.
.some h.diy i;. < t• 11 nf-ple and
'

ns« tho wide apr.ccs to the bust advan- | present, in selecting and buying the uiailge tiers, |,|,d three 1.-,. s later a
I la id, in clearing tho forest, tMid in the Accomplishing this pleasant duty, inicioscnpical e.Miuiin.'ilioti showed
tage. Kxncrimeuts have been made,
and are being made at pieaent, to in- planting our and treatment of the I regret that a lengthy absence that the scale hid bun completely
troduce n better grass. young Cacao trein, are nearly inuV fiom Samoa prevented me to bring destroyed; nor la-' it nr:e reap-
liately the Company has turned its ' turiuahle. lu hundreds, je* thoubau-'s, Dr. Schneo's thanks to the notice of puiued, tliu tuei now being in a
attention to Cacao culture, which thoy I I could pull out young Cacao trees, all concerned, at an earlier date. Ileal chy condition. Ftululiu is in-
*

IJ
•tatted in IHHI. They had plan tod whose taproots wore illtreated iu such Apia, September Uth, IDO.'l. expensive, aveisiriig H'»>ut M"»
Cacao In ssversl pslm plantations of a m inner ill the Hunting out, that
ihcy were beat up like a trumpet, or O. KIEDEJj. I'fiiniigt a tie*, a in applied b/
fiom 15 to 30 years standing, to keep
8 SAMOAXISCD E JJF.TTUSrt 19 Soptciiiliel
means of a spraying pump, and s :
The friends of the lute A. W.
not harmful either to tlu fruit, or Willis U«j{ t<> tender the'i- finite
to people. The Geiman Govern-
ment has ordered, through its con-
sulate at Montevideo, SOO litres of $ YOU «
thanks to those wlin Htti-mit'd the
funeral : and also for the. many
flu)ail wiritth*. [#COUBHS%
the liquid, for experimental pur-
poses. Samples hav« also been sent
to California, for trial on the Snn
| SQUANDER sS Correspondence. Powell's Balsam
Jose,scale. Locally, its success has % MONEY % "

Ti> the Kditur of the.


*

if Aniseed.

i
been most flattering. -SAFE AND RELIABLE.
W. in buying substitutes or jL Sainoanisehe
"

Give* Immediate Relief.


Chronic Diaruhoka.—For seve- JK imitations which may he
JI Sir.

I
ral years during the summer ¥ thrust upon you in an
"
With refi-rei t*e tu the pnruprnph FOR 78 VCARS
months I have been subject to nf the Sj oris C'hih (.'umniittcf. u;i- THE POPULAR KEMIOV FOR

i
?
unguarded moment by '
looseness of the bowel*, which pearing in No. ~2'.l of tie "Nam. Coughs, Colds, Astbra*, Broodritls,
ijiiickly nui into a very bad diar-
j& dishonest tradesmen. '
the undersigned is ulMi of the opiu- latsenu, and til Long Troubles.
ion, i lint horses ought to have more

I
rhoea ami this trouble was fre-
quently accompanied with severe
pain and cramps. I used to. call
, FOR I protection against illtreatineiit : l»e-
lioves however that the hest method

I
on doctors for my trouble but it
became so regular a summer af- M{ EXAMPLE & to p»> n stop to furthei cruelty,
would he lor the memhers of the
r

|
«>
fliction that in my search for relief You might save a few 5
Sports C'luli to report to the poliee
■.
against j

J
I became acquainted with Cham- any such «.f!>jnce the
l>crlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diar- J
pence in the deal, but ;j
you would lose the entire
"Cruoltv to Animals Urdiimiic<-", I
rhoea Remedy, which proved so j ami also In hear witness against j
X benefit which would 9\ any >uch od'ftvler.
eflective and so prompt that I !

came to r.-ly exclusively upon it.


}" follow the use of a bottle 'L To my knowledge :i tiieitihtr of
and what also happily surprised 'of Wolfe's Schnapps. JjJ the- Spot t- (.'hill I)..;. l>.-f|| Invivilv
fined hy the jmiice |'.,i cruelty t<;
me was that while it almost in- |
stantly relieved the cramps arid
J UNLESS $ his Working 1;• •1 ■-.-. :'• ui 01 liv<-
>

j
bloppcd the diarrhoea, it never tlllK'S d 11IIIIL' till' I'll-sfllt V lII'. !
h'.ddoi
caused constipation. I always
take a bottle of it with mo when | YOU CAN |
Therefore tin l
against our ('..i,t of P.ilieu eon
ci'i.Mtre
|

traveling. H. C. HaKTMAN, Ana- obtain the real article you /j\ tain.i! in tli«' artiele of lif S|«irts
inosa, Idw:i, U. S. A.
V/ want it would be wiser to /J\ I lull i 'on.init'iv, s,-, ui, to ine to

'
U- it'iinstitii'i!.
\V. Black lock, Apia, sells it. 1/ save your money and not /f\ •Tl ■■ .lespoiie ~!, In,,- ~f the
|

Directly upon i-eceipt of the


\l take any at all. f'\ olt> I ■III!I 1/ lll!l iM.V- hot I Ill\
R.-pcrt that M. (iO.OOO were voted i.. llii- inat'el p'ol. i.iy ilm
-

i.ot .-

for roads and puldicworks, His -nil the lie'si .1 tin ,Sj.ui t- dull
Excellency, the Governor, accom- Ilu ni'iei ■.
pained by Landmesser Haidlen, ./ w /in in rof tin .//•.•'./ .S/\v.\ Club
Engineer Haahcn, anil Mr. v. Vijj- SEPTEMBER
nao. proceeded to the ford over the
Agri-Horticultural For Sale.
Fuluasou river near Mr. Koebacck's
property. After inspecting the bed Suii j 6 [13)20 27: Experimental Work in
Jamaica, 1902-02.
of the river, which bad been con-
siderably widened and altered by
the last storm, the conclusion was S JTM2im [Extracted frmn I In- :iiinu:.l r.-porr,
Valuul.li. Km-I.ohi
Apia, >ilno»t 7 aiti.s. ( 'iN-iialiuis
tuil lii-;u i-iLT, at<>l Wf|| imiit iisnlclicc
in
in
arrived at that to build a bridge
there would be too expensive. But
To] 11 29' of (he Jamaica Cusuil nf Agriculture
and I), |i irlni'-iit nf I'ulilic (jardciis
wnli nut LinMiii-s.
to Tiv.»:i Ilon.l :;2o IWt.
M! 2 jjjie 23^0
••

it was considered possible to build and Plantation* ';


a subftantial ford there, which I.ana.vas. The cnllectiiut of vaii>'-

Price £iooo-
fh 1 3 110517 m
would answer for all present traffic. lies ut bananas li.is been kepi up, and Vin- Jur'lurr |n:ticiii:ii-» app'y to
Tbe Governor; has asked Mr. will be extended. .Movl i.f ill,- 'plants tin- nWlil-l'
were received eilh.-rfrom tin- hut Mi:s.
Ha;iben to work out a practical I.ai'i.i; Wn.i.is.
scheme for this purpose. Frj 4]il]|18^5JL lur lif Ki-u (iardens in- tinlll the (Jlllll-
- nt the Imperial I »'}•, irt-
mi.-lit i.f till. West Indies. Noles hi
"
The Norwegian bark (iron)
Kalisto," 77$ Keg. tons, Capt. S.
Githmark, arrived Here on the 14th
Saf 5 flSlSMf tin- fruit have been published fiom
time In linn' in thr ISullctin ; so far
only one variety has proved at. all
inst from Westport, New Zealand.
She left Westport on the 28th
DEATH. equal intiii.lt- qualities to the banana
JOHN DAVIS.—At his hit. exported from tho island. Consider-

August with a Cargo of 1000 tons


of coal for the D'.H. k P. 0., and
Residence in Matafele, on ing keeping qualities, it is said that
the ri-d banana is superior in this
For Sale:
will take in a Crfrgo'of CVpia liere. oth inst at 1 I p.m., aged 7l!
,
respect to thr Jam dean banana. All by Public Auction,
years. Lammas suffer considerably in flavour
The German Cruiser Condor"
"

in proportion to the length of time towards end oTSeptember or


is expected to arrive in Samoa next Kiev are cut lieforo 'hey are full. It Kcc-itmitirr of < )ctobor 1 003.
HIGH WATER. is probable that this is the reason
P'onth, and will probably stay here
til the end of December. why the I'anana from Jamaica is not.
a.m. p.in considered in England to lie as good IX L
Saturday, Si jpt. 1!r« 4.r,o ">. I :
a* thai from the Canary Islands.
(Jrant !»i>2.
Court is acios, i
If,
The abuttments to the new Mnli- Sunday, 20 5.3S G.0< then, we can combine the qualities about «00 ft. frwiits<;o to li.-acl
vai Monday, •211 G.24 6.43 of size ainl flavour of the Jamdca Highly suitable tor bunicsti
bridge are finished, and the
completion of the work will soon Tuesday, .i.2 7.OS 7.28 lianana with the better keeping
be an accomplished lact, us the Wednesday, ■'." ? „
7 :,'.'> S. 13 qualities of another variety, such as
hardest part of the construction is Thurday, t ,,
•>.
8.39 o.oq the red, .it will be possible, to leave al'Out 1 mi!o inland
finished. Friday, 2: ,.
>
f».2S 9..*>0 them lender before cutting, and we Court Grant !<:.."i. About 20t>
shall haw; a belter fruit for the acre* laii'l. tiioru or less, suitable lot
European markets. If the banana Cocoanuts ami Cacao.
The additions to the Catholic SHIPPING. can !••
induced to produce seeds, the .\otic« of Sale by Post. is.
Cathedra) are being pushed
on with ARRIVALS. desired combination might lie efFeeted For particulars apply to
a.! possible speed. 'J'he western ii. Vaipapa, Schr., from Kaga. by cross fertilisation and selection of
tower has been considerably added 12. Elfriede, M.-S., from AleipatS. seedling plants. ExperimentH are R. Hetherington Carruthers,
t.>. 13. Venture, Cutter, from Aleipata. being made in this direction, but no or G W. Parisch,
14. Pago Pago, Schr., from Sal tine. success has yet been obtained. Auctioneer.
Ciloi.KUA MOKul'S has lo>t its 14. Mataafa, Schr., Irom Iva. Cocoa. --Some of the old cocoa
i 11 "is iii the home where a bottle 14. Kalisto, Barque, irom Wesiport trees have born a large crop, one tree
si CliMnberlain's Colic, Cholera 15. Nuusafee.Schr., from Faleapuua yielding as many as 127 ripe pods. STRAYED.
and Diarrhoea Remedy is kept. It 1 f>. Maori. S., from Pago Pago. The young plants put out in May A lUCJ (iRKY GELDING.
levi-r luils even in the most severe 16. Elfriede, M. S., from Faleapuua. IS'.t" have done exceedingly well;
and dangerous cases. DEPARTURES. one tree, having over 10 pods on it, KEWAKD on delivery to
1* l.'l feet high and 11 feet across.
W. Elacklock, Apia, sells it. 13. Maori, S for Pago Pago. Nowhere in what are usually con- von Oertzen- Moa Moa-
14. Frida, Schr., for Falcalili. sidered tin; I>esl cocoa districts, has
14. Elfride, M.-S , for Faleapuua. cocoa done Itetter than in the plain
Mr. Tatlersull (who was asso-
ciated with the late Mr. John Davis
14. Venture, Cutter, for Aleipata. of when it p;eis abundance NOTICE.
15. Pago Pago. Schr., for Safata. of uiiter, yielding often 12 to 14 lbs.
in tutsi nest* for seventeen yeais ami 15 {Mataafa, Schr., for Iva. of cured cocoa per tree per annum.
who wott with him in close ntten- 15 .Nuusafee, Sch., for Falealili. These facts suggest that even in All persona having claims
ilnncu thiotighoiit his Inst illness) 15. Dolphin, Schr., for Lefaga. banana plantations on the southside, against ino, art- requested to
v islu'B on behalf tif the relatives of 15. Precilla, Schr. for Salata. eocoi • hoiild be grown simultaneously.

the dice«*ed gentleman to thank 15. Vaipapa, Schr., for Lefaga.


hand them in by the Ist Octo-
very nitieen-ly nil friends who have VESSELS IX HARBOUR. Apia Protestant Church. ber next and all accounts
;

shown in so many ways their owing to mc, are requested to


Maori, Steamer. Ole Aeto, Mo- Kvening Service bo paid by the above date.
kimllH'Bi untl -vmpntliv tor-Yacht. Elfriede, Motorschoouer.
at
7 30.
Kalisto, Harque. OFFERTORY. R. RATHKE.
10. September 3AMOAXIBOHE ZKITUXG 9

THE NEW FRENCH REMEDY Servia.


Affairs in Sailing Round the World SLANG AND ITS ORIGIN.

INTHIUIJES AGAINST THK There are many curious forms or"


REOI.JIDES. Aucklnnd, Srptemlter "i. expression, old and quaint saying.-,
I'lm ».Mir»»!ul aid Sijit.lv fiopuUi trmrAy. ■»»
An .attempt tooutdo Captain Voss'i and slang terms, more or less in dailv
fwji...rj-n tlifCmifinratal llo*piuM>) K-.wt. AN APPEAL T<» KIN(i PETER. ff'At of Kiilinu' >he Indian canon Till- use, the derivations of which are very
K...iin . J..'..it. V..l|m.-a)» jn.iuttKT... ..ml.mr.jll
Jfw&M to be >.>«-*t in a m.«t .in. ol lk«-
>';•• k.iiH around the worlj *wi|| \y made i little known.
kuiU ami «'jrp4»«.'i rybt-rvthtnic hithettu empl<ijr«l. (/melon, September 5. j by .Mr. Horace Muckeridjjc, late of the '•

Jolly is a word to which one's


"

THER^PIpNNj.I An important development has


taken place in Set-via in connection ;
Antarctic ship Discovery, and fur a
fn« months mate of the Tilikum.
elderly relatives are wont to object
being modern slang yet, as a matter of
«.-;

• j. .:»t ..n 1..r .l-ririi;, menU lh« kwiiw


<•( ..ml >«

i-v..-*i n< |
.!.!-,. in. in Uirha.k. »n«l kiudi.«l i : m.ni.. wiiti the nßs.tsHiitiition in Juii>* Uisi of j Mayors Bailey and CJuwo. the Auckland fact, 200 years and more ago i<,
r»-li**f v*-«'r« other wi-i;.ir.«*U boat builder-, have lx*ei» commissioned w.is in common use as an adverb, not
Alexander mill Draj;a. j
THERAPIONNq.2 As a result of certain discoveries,
17 nttit'i-rf, including Kins Alexander's ',
tn build a liny .-rift not exceeding 2\

tons, resetlll'lin!; partly a whnlclxmc


an
"
adjective, and simply meant
very." Fn a commentary on the Bible
twrl'lins
h'r«. p'tmi and ,!■„-.,,,•, Ihr ;..inl*. if"!. orderly ami a nephew of the aiurderud and partly a yacht in appearance. published in the seventeenth century
r
:..:. >•(

I'. •i.u.it..-i: -r.,; ~!! |,, whj, I, 1,..* f.rvn


i

,:

Minister of the Interior (M. Todoro j Mr. Buck- ridjje hopes to «tart in six the following passage, illustrating its
vit • hj), have been am-sl.*! .-it Nisli, the j weeks, saiiin.; around Cape Horn direct meaning, occurs All was jolly
:—"

to Londo.t quiet at Ephesus before St. Paul came


■ ml largest city "f Scrviu, nm!
charged with having plotted to kill
j vi! In,nt calling at any
inttTincdi.it'' i .irts unless compelled by thither." Many words ami phrases
THERAPION No 3 th..sc is.ncerncd in tin- iit-iuMsituition of weather. T:-i he makes for America, are now considered most vulgar which
lli>- 1 it.- and Quoetl j hoping to • ..liil.it tlt.> craft at the were once the acme, of correct diction.
It appears thai tli»- nilieers who have ! St. Loiii. F-v ihition next. year. In the time of Henry VIII. "crack, '
i)«'en arrested, with "00 other otticers New I'lyumutli, Septemlier ;"}. I meaning excellent, or "crack up," to
ii.-liin-iii'4 i.i th>- various garrisons, Mr. Felix Tanner has finished tins ; boaat or praise, was not considered .4
THERAPION^-
lumUti
( tii.- w i.».| M.-r. h.ntit. ibrqschout . siuni-d a petition, in which i In-y building of the vessel in which he I vulgarism ; while it was the ordinary
!■-.. Knirlanil »/.)
&
tk>. ft «.r.t.-r:ii_-. • reimcsted Kinu Peter to cour.martial intends to in ike a lour of the world. . occurrence for a clergyman preaching
+■■,'. hj ..ft' rthrt-e naml»>f iWMcrd.-aliit ..W.
*>f or ex p.-] the regicides, from the army The ve*i*:l. which has l>eeti christened I at Paul's Cross to request any noisy
The tjetitiouers � taN-d that unless "Tanneis't< Ark," is now located in si member of his congregation to "shut
ii;r- Kim,' granted th.-ir petition they teni at the hark of Mr. Tanner's house up his gob "—certainly, in such .■:i->-.s
would icsijin their commissions. in New Plymouth The vessel is the reverend gentleman has no inten
Tin' accused ai lostly the younger ,' liarr-l shnprd, and is divided into three tion of l»eing more forcibly than
..fli.-.M-s "t the army. and their intention I coinparrnten'.s, the centre one Immit t; : polite
u..i- t., kill ihe n-jjicides immediately, j the rahin, which is fitted with lockers To "fork out,'' »hich is now used
TELEGRAMS. • The Times"

correspondent a:
j
i for the carrying of stores.
will Im- ballasted by water. There is
The craft merely in the sense of paying up ha- 1
decidedly curious derivation. [ll the
Vii-nn.-i states that the regicides an.l j
one uuvst, which will carry nearly early p-trt of the eighteenth century
their co conspirators, whom it «ts I thirty yards of canvas. ft is Mr. swall book was published dealing
in-ended to murder, nuiiiher 70. ;i

thi: t.ai.kans It i- feared that, owiii"; l>> the I Tanner's intention when he sails the | with the latest methods of purloining.
London. Sept I liivided slate of the army, King IVt-r j Aik to Auckland to fit up some
"

Forking," as it is termed, was the


:m iv seek ;i diversion ill some extern .i i ttir.chiuery in her The how, which newest method ; to employ it a thief
The instilments in -lii- south ..f terminates in a representation of had to thrust two lingers, held stiilly
;i'M enpire.
Ma.cdollia ll.'lVf issued a ploilaMKltion Seniendf-r 0 swan's neck and head, will j open, into the pocket of'his victim,
j a
-v hi.ii is addressed •'•■iir brethren bf furnished with electric light, then, quickly closing them, withdraw
(«•

IV.-nlv ei-_;ht of tie' Servian oflice.« j


in Macedonia .in.! Adri.u ..pie
"

who were ai ■■••■.led on .1 eharge ..f j one aye to show green and the ! the article thus obtained.
The proclamation duclare.l 'ti.it the other r<:il -it ni"hr After exhibiting | Topsyturvy," or bottom upward.,
conspiracy have 1.e.-n released, and
"

|
<•il.i-.vn of lilwrty |W|« over the Jin the boat in new Plymouth Mr. Tanner is a word that has been given quite
..rdefed no: tii leave their lumiia. [
eedonian horizon «.s the liouis "t T'x-re i- in will launch her and .set out on his an inge.ious etymology viz, topside
tiatile M; i';■<•<•.." sr.Mt excitement
U-L'i.ule ..win:; to the arrests, and v..y -e round 11,.- "lobe. Auckland turf.ways, turf being, always laid the
will he his I;,,- p,, r t ~f oi||. -J'!„. wrong side upwards.
I

Sllh-l-(|>|eill revelations. To yet. iln


'I'll" ( '..:i-l:uil inriph cu i e-'tiimd.-nI Th- leadin- He'-rade daily, lie- is '2oil. •'■> irler I lint the Tilikum. 'irticlc "on tick," or tru.t, is supposed
of Tlif Times" rcjini
••

! iiar it :-, :• ■•
\1 lil Nov i-ie," :i,r AtislYia of to be a corruption of a ticket," as
"

:-:.!.!.■(! iti --veil.informed ijnar'iM-v ili.it the ciiii-jiir.-u-y with secret i;KI!M.\N' TiAVN LKFT formerly tradesmen', bills were written
KtisMa ,n:;i Austria are thinking of i iiids \V.\lT,Ul.l's.S. on tickets or cuds. This expression
.

|.i-i.|n..siii'.' ' in'ii-joint military m-cupa London, Sept. i is found in Decker's "Cull's Horn,
lion of Macedonia and Aiii i.inoplc. e.ving book." published so far back as IfiO'J.
seawh i'<i: HimiMN • t" a dispute lietween the
( "win"; !•■ advices which have ii.'.-u
TUEAsuki-;. mi '.iry lyir! civil .iiithorilie.-. at Mtstz, <>nr often hears it asked, 'Where
i.crived iha' Russian ami Austrian lb- water supply has lieen interfered does So.and.so hang out I" without
marines are Immii;; l.imii d prou-,-t ;•.
Auckland, September fi. wiiii. and the • ilv has been left prcie thinking that the expression is an
tin- embassies in Con-tant imiplc, Mr livrilly waterless. allusion to the old custom of hanging
The schiK'ine- Herman,* with an out a sign to denote one's trade and
-J-.lm Hay, the United Stau-K He--!-.-. The Khist, in consequence of this
expedition searching for hidden trea- abode.
t irv nf State, has notified that, if Anciently, trie umMi s ( ,r
,

sure, arrived at Papeete, in the Society result, of the dispute, has telegraphed
Americans arc endangered and tin- entrails of a deer, were made into ti
!

Island*, and searched 120 of the islands In the Stadthalter of Alsace-Lorraine,


l'.ut" is unable to adequately piotec-t
severe! v censurintr the authorities dish for the servants, while then-
•>f the yroii|>. A man professing to
their lives, the I,'nilt'd States will master and his guests feasted on .1
'

have a knowledge, of the locality re,pon-:;.!e.


sec!; p-erinission to land marines. Ihe Kaisers telegram haunch. From this has come ;},»•
,idin it ted his ignorance, and the new has been term "to rat humble
The forests (Hi the K'mdiipc section r-fused l<< u'O any further. lilacaoicd at Met/.. pie," meaning to
of tin* Bulgarian frontier ha-e ln'en he very submissive.— (Jassell's Maga-
"

The exp'-dii ion was ahan ioned and


tired by Tuiks, with tin- oKj.-ct of
KKATINGS
zine."
the ve.se' sold.
sealing ill" hands from ct'ossin^.
'J*t; t r Servian itisin ".e.iits were able The schooner Herman, which "ailed
to lenilir eotisideralile assist a nee To
the Mac-dotiiai s duriiii; the r
at . Knjie, in the L'skuti
t
under the American Hay. visited
Svdnev several months ago, and tSere
was some litigation" in connecti'Ml with
POWDER. DENTAL SURGEON,
district. IS HARMLESS toAnimalLife
the vessel She subsequently titled (Phitadr/i-hia />■>:■.■/ C.•(■■,--
They brought the wounded Mace-
donian* t.<i Nish and elsewheie m
Serein, and had them tended to in the
out here.,nd went searchii'e; for trea-
sure supposed to he hidden somewhere KILLS //uSfil/il/ of Old! Slttyry'
• I'll/

may ho consulted at the ('untr.il


, /-;<>,-

in the Society Islands m;c;s, Hotel, Apia, on ami alter August


hospitals there. FLEAS,
Twenty trains are <jot into MOTHS,
24th, for one month.
readiness to cany Albanians
Consignees of goods shipped bv
in
steam, ix of tin- IW'ION STKAM- HEETLKS, Hours, It to 12 a.m.
Adrianople. MOSQL'IT< >F.s,
The Asia-stics there have been found SHIP CO. "f NKW-ZKALAND
LTD. are requested kindly to in-
to he Useless, invinj to tlie fact
they where unaccustomed to mono,
that
stiuct their agents tit
to mark tiie packages
ports of ship-
plainly
KILLS SAVAII-
tainous country. ment
with a marjs and number or
nuos, Intendhij; v<->n.ur.s u> hu.s isiarm,
Two battalions of Albanians are address KLK\S,
«iow in Salonika, and IS other batta- and also with the name of port of will lin<l homely accomodation at
MOTHS,
lions ate expected. delivery viz. Apia or Samoa. HEETLKS, Private Residence "Pouniu",
A battle which has been fought, Tin: custom now preraiiing trt MOSQUITOES, sft!tt(iulii(2o .Mirait.'- (Yom.Matautir.
at Lake Rnprha, near Kastoria, be mark the goods simply with mark The ueimine powder bears the authoyraph
THO.M \SKJCATXN<;. Sold in Tins only Terms C.t»h, from 11., t<> l().s per
twoen the. Turkish troops and the and niunlicr uvcr "S" lead* to ,

Macedonians resulted disastrously for .1 i.v.


the latter.
mistakes anil causes uvercartiage of
goods to Suva etc.
KEATING'S Licensed to sell Fpiritupu.s Liquors.
The tif.'htin_' was very severe, no
fewer than 400 of the instilments lieing We further l>c-g tn draw tho at- WORM TABLETS. A. A. Kino.
tention of consignees to the clauses A i-UUiCLY VKCJKTAIU.K SWKRT
killed. Many others were raptured.
on the hack of the hills of lading iMI-:\T !">th. in appearance ami taste Pflanzerverein von
I

The Macedonian leader, Chakalatofr. furnishing a most agreeable method ol


whose band was hard pressed by
Turkish troops at Dainln'iii, it: tin*
and to our advertisements. ii(i::HiiistcritiK the onlv certain remeilv
for INTESTINAL or TiIKHAI) WORMS
Deutsch-Sitmoa.
Jlaupt-Agcnhir iter D* "utsclu■» It i- i perfectly salt- unil tnilil prepumtien
i

Dibra district, succeeded in escaping I'm Land Und Grundstueks-Ver-


to tin* mountains. fluttdi'lii- <fc Phtntageu- and especially adapted (or Children.
:•-

kacufc und Buleihuugen etc. zu


Sold in Tins, by nil Druggist*.
The remnant ChakalarofFs band Gcsellschajl der Sut'iht'e-Jn.itin Proprietor, THOMAS KEATING, crteichtern, hat der Pflanzerverein
has lieen 'surrounded by L'so Turkish zu Hamburg. besA.lilos.sen. einen Nachwci* einzn-
regular. richten, in welchem jeder Interes-
London, Sept. 6. AgenU of the I'nioti Steam-Ship Co.
scnt auch Nicht-Mitglieder, OflVr-
Th« Macedonian Commute is ap
of New Zealand Ltd. For Sal e. ten &>f/?M/m'ein.tr.igcn lasseu kanii.
pealing to the Christians of nil nation* lCs genuegt hiertuer cine entspre-
to contribute the sum of £2,000,000
EL F. ALLEN L.DS. MISSION
I

.
' chende Mitheilung an den Vorstand
in order to raise an nrmy of 50,000
Pago Pago, Real Estate at Fagalii des Yereine. Copien dieses Naelt-
men for the establishment of oritur in Apply to Pre* t. Mauxin F. Saxdkks weises werden detnnaechst audi
Macedonia. AGENT for the an Rrflectanten nacli Dcutschlaiul
for particular:* ut PIKKUO, Minion
Samoanischc Zcitung. Hc*<J'iuartero, gesandt werden.
Dkr Vorstano.
10 SAMOANTSCIIE ZEITUNG. 10. September

wide margin.— not less than two out from the hawse holes like liar* of
inches—of apparently healthy bark, iron, foi a distance of about '"■*' f<«t.
and burn all the pieces removed, If Tin- village, <>oo yards distant, n;i»
this mtithod is too expensive or too invisible, as tI»G force of thw wind rut
drastic, shave lightly over thedtsoased off t!i« tops of the »hoTt Lagoon wav»-«.
and it wa* impossible, to see a distance
Dry Thin and Falling: Hair and Red areas and around them, anil burn the
shavings. This lattei treatment is not of 12Q yards, Barometer 20;U> nt i>
j> in., wind \VN"\V j at midnight, baro-
Rough Hands Prevented by so eftVotivH as catting out. Such work
bhould b« done vigorously in the dry meter 'Z'.i "JO, wind \V. Heavy squall"

CUTICURA SOAP
intermingle with tho gale, so that it
weather, when the results nre vastly
seemed at limes, that no struciup-
better. Keep a gang of expert coolies built hy man could resist the force >■{
continually on the look out for new the elements. At daybreak, March
canker patches, and have these purls
lAtb. wind shifted morn to the south
remnved l>efore they spread far or
MILLIONS
use CtmccßA Soap, assisted by Ctrrrcmu. OnrtXßrr, wi.nl. with increasing ruin, but !•>•«
for preserving, purifying, and beautifying the skin, for cleans- pioduce their spores. Notice any dead force, (rot a climp.su of the village*
ing the scalp of crusts, scales, and dandruff, and the stopping cacao trees c.r branches on neighbour- during tho day, ami it pre»entcd a
of falling hair, for softening, whitening, and soothing red, ing small holdings, and endeavour to
i

nail spectacle, llousoti blown down,


rough, and sore hands, for baby rashes, itchings, and chafing*, in the get these removed ami The.se
the tops of Cocoa palms blown o<T,
form of baths for annoying irritations and inflammations, or too free military measures should bo curried b »«t and canoe sheds capsized, and tlie
or offensive perspiration, in the form of washes, for ulcerative weak- out on -all estates, even where the loacli, which was nice and clcsu >••-

nesses, and for many sanative, antiseptic, cleansing purpose* which canker is very rare, and the personal f«re the hurricane, strewn with great
readily suggest themselves to women, especially mothers, and for all oversight of the superintendent seen* coral boulder*. Pigs atid fowls with
the purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery. Cuticuba. Soar com- to Is- the only way to prevent small killed by falling cocoa palm branch''*,
bines delicate emollient properties derived from Coticuka Oivtkxkt, patches of disease being missed in and all the belongings of tlio natives
going round. Tt is much better t<>
t
the great skin cure, with the purest of cleansing ingredients and wore destroyed or damaged, us the
the most refreshing of flower odours. No other medicated soap is to take a longer time in going round 'the fore»>" of*tKe'gtifi» dro»% th# salt spray
be compared with it for preserving, purifying, and beautifying the estate and have work thoroughly don.' right through their houses. The
skin, scalp, hair, and hands. No other foreign or domestic ibtfstsoap, than to cover large urea.-, and overlook natives were thankful that none of
sum" i-anker. ti- ir number wore missing.
however expensive, is to be compared with it for all the purposes of p ih.
>'<

the toilet, bath, and nursery. Thus it combines in Oxa Soap at One Th«'re can lie no doubt th.it concerted Barometer i.'9-00, we ither breaks, ami
Price, the bkst skin and complexion soap, and the best toilet and action of thi* kirn! would save n great tin- wind shifts to its old qiiA'.ter —

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baby soap in the world. iJ<ml to nearly all cacao proprietors in south-east. March 10th, fiue weather,
the longrun ; and it will certainly l»o Schooner sent up top masts and yards,
nt'voswary if voluntary co operatic P>t up b»r moorings, and provee'led
CoosletJtutof CrmcCKA Soar, to rWiun the akin of cru*U and aralae, aad Mites the
thickened ciink-ie; Ccticvka Oixtmest. m Instantly »ll»y Itching, taftaaMnaliun. and
1
action as suugeste. is not taken, to
the
on her vojnge to Vuitupu : and nf'.t-r
Irritation, and eoothe and hoal; and t;t ticcba Emohdii I*llXO, to cool mad cleanw tan lnn ig for legislation. Feihaps, having filled up with Copra at the
blood. A sixou: H rr Ik often eanVieat to cure tsrturlar. dltdsarlna; humour,, «irmn>,
rashes, and irrtuttoas, with loseof hair, when all else fall*. Hold Uiroya-haot the world.
sooner our scientific staff, Imth the different stations, arrived sat* and
AuetnUlan Depot: R. Tow** a Co.. SYdney. BrlO»h l>ep<>t: 17■«, Charterhouse Sq_ Mycologist and are Found at Apia, in the middle of April,
London. French Depot: ft Bo* de re Wlx, I'arU, PoTTaB Dravo ABD CUM Coax.,
Sole Trope., Boston, C.B. A. backed by Ordinances, justas Sanitary without th» loss of a rope yarn.
Officers are, compelling the abatement Unfortunately the small Vuitupu
GuTICUHA RCOOLIINI PILLS odouricsV irwnlol ..insUtotc f'nr U>.-~-le of "

nuisances," the better for our pot lost with nil hands. Nothing w.ih
bratud llqaldCOTtCCaa BJWOLTEMT. as weU aa for all other blood purifiers and hnawar ever heanl or seen of the unfortunate
- - ■ into* eo donee. Cuticubjl nu< are
-

planting ami agricultural prosperity


and advancement in the future. vfs-el. The Matautu lost one ma*!,
-

•rest, ewertest.
her hoat*. portion of her bulwarks,
and according to the captain's s'ory,
Description of a Hurricane narrowly escaped being a t >tul loss,
with all hands.
Which carried arwit devastation and
loss of life through the KUien, the SixnnAn the Saii.ou.
Cacao Canker" and
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Sr.MMUtv.— Tlie position of c.ir.io in


Ceylon to day is hopeful, anil yet not
southern portion of the King-mili.
and northern part of Fiji Group*.
How to Eradicate it. without cause for some axietv. Tlie March, ISSfi. NOTICE.
tho Ceylon Ol<scrver.] canker is much decreasi-d in quantity An extract out of tho ships log of uav
[FTom since IH9S, owing t<» means having of the vessels.
twin taken meanwhile to combat it,
Xoti'-e is he'renv given, that.
Legislation to protwt private pro- and the fact that no season specially During the month of February I.SSe!
perty from injury through the neglect favourable to the. fungus has occurred. three vessels left Apia Harbor hound
colored laborers from the
of one's neighbours, has become But it has been growing in many on :1 trading voyage tu thoEllicoGmup.
Bisniank-Arehipelago and the
common enough of recent years. Ist places, chiefly native holdings, and (In those days"nobody ever thought of Salomon.—lslands, belonging to
Tasmania we found a "Thistle Preven- these disease*l places ate hj menace to laying up ve-sels during the hurricane t hi- icnnaii protectorate, an:
<

tion Act" to protect carefully, against the rest of tin? cacao in the Island. It season). First, Topsail Schooner under contract with the D.H.&
careless, fanning cultivation In the liehnves all owners or managers of "Mntaiitu", 15" »"ns ; second, Topsnil !'.(.». It is therefore forbidden
Straits, they have tx:«n legislating to cacao property to satisfy themselves, .Schooner "Nino". 80 tons; third.
slop the, ravages of the Coo ft'iut iiß practical men, by reading this "VaitU.Ml In Melo", of about 20 tons lor other residents to employ
beetle—a matter deserving attention Circular, hy personal observation-- of burden*. Tho tnreo vossels met several such laborers. *»r to accept the
in some parts of Ceylon —and the care estates where any treatment ban been times amongst the Ellicti Group, and same for work if' they should
taken in many colonies t<» legislate carried out. and hy information from all three skippers and crews were full
against the importation of infected all whose experience anil knowledge of hop.- and confidence for a Rtioojssful offer their services, either on
«xifTee seed and plant-., are cases in entitles them to he heard, whether this anil fast trip back to .Sumo.. : but workdays or cit Sundays or
point. In the mother vountry the d'sense can l>e le sened hy hut "Man proposes but the Lord disposes" holidays, without the special
heroic measures taken to slop the practicable methods. If they are as proved to bo the case here. permission in every single caw
spread of rinderpest among cattle and satisfied as to this point, it is their On the 1-tth of March, tho "Nine"
scali among sheep are examples of duty to see that the cacao places which lui.l at anchor off Vuitupu. and took of the manager of the Haupt-
legislation of a severe type, often they control shall be treated, and that in Copra from the Station in charge of Agcntur at Apia.
involving groat personal hardship and pee-sure is brought to bear on all cacao Mr. Sit/, when the Captain noticed
grcWers to take similar steps. in the morning, a rapid falling of tho
loss Now in Ceylon, we think the.
time ha" come to ileal by legislation If it general crusade were carried out barometer since the previous
Properties from 1orto 1000
from '2'J'dO to 2000. A very threaten- acres f.»r sale, with without
'vtth the cacao canker. We have i>een in every cacao district in Ceylon for a
unduly critical of the Mycologist f. r few years, the canker would be reduced ing spa to tho north and westward in- improwmfmls.
the cost of duced him to s?nd for the Supercargo,
not following up his most valuable to a minimum, at.d
Terms t<; suit purchasers.
work on behalf of cacao planters, by guarding .against and removing it in who was on short* weighing Copra,
was not ad-
organising and initiating a system by turn be decreased. to come on board, as it Owners desirous of otteriny
vi-iblo to remain atVaitupu anchorage.
which proprietors would be forced, in I have not been able to get a
As soon hs the Sapercargo cam* on properties tor silt' aro invito*l
their own interests to deal with pronouncement hy cacao growers as to to communicate with me.
their views on the effect of the dumlive beard, "anchor up, and make al! sail"
canker, or otherwise have their estate* whs tho work of a few minutes—time
reported to Government and the and preventive means used, though
was precious. Under a press of can- Properties bought or sold on
nearest Association. But ou reflection some questions bearing on the subject
the Schoonor proceeded to Nuko- commission.
•we are free to Admit that this was have lieen sent out by .'.he Cacao Sub VA ,

fntau, 40 miles distance, which was


oxpucting a little too much of Mr. Committee of the Planters' Association
covered in 3 hours 15 minutes. This Norman H. Macdonald.
Carruthers,—especially dining a period and the answers given will no doubt
show the opinions of practical men.
gives a good idea of the ratoof sailing. [.antltuesser and Agent.
he has had double duties
When
devolving on him. The organisation The following are the rules for treat- TheCaptain brought tho vessel through
the passage and inside tho lagoon
we speak of shxwjld rather come, w« meat of cacao in relation to. canker from the foroyard, as it was impossible
now think, from the Cacao Sub- which were previously published hi *■■>' to s»e anything from the deck, on ac-
For Sale.
committee of the Planter** Association, reports, end having seen thetn , carried count of spray and rain. A lot of
:

and we would urge the members to do out with a large measure af success, it shoals and patches in the Lagoon,
their duty by framing a noisier (first, is well to again lay them down
so far as "theJeati learn) of all Cacao Prevention.—Regulate the shade so
:
nniko it dangerous navigation oven in
iino woather; much more so on this
Freehold Property in Sogi,
Garden* (or Wattes ") which are free that the sun and air can reach all occasion, with n steadily increasing about '2 acres of land, 215 feet
"

miter twngnd disease ; pares of the cacao trees, and keep the galo blowing. Nevertheless the ves]
Oi canker or
frontage on both sides ot* main
(•J) of thoso suffering to some extent, cacao fn*n being so close as by its own •el got to her anchorage abreast the
hut where a steady tight is maintained leaves to densely shade the ground. village, without accident. She was road.
towards eradicating the evil ; and (3) of Prevent dampness by surface draining, anchored in 7 fathoma nf water, with One large two-storied house,
gardens affected with canker, but in especially in low hollows. Allow respectively 00, 73, and 60 fathoms of and one Villa, Store, Copra-
which little or nothing is done to suckers to grow on all trees that *ho<r chain. The top gallant, topauil and house, Boatshed, Ironhouse tor
cnuilat or eradicate it. any sign of disease. Burn all dead down at once ;
foreyard* were sent Everything
If arguments in support of our cacao trees at.d branches. Burn all top most* on deck. waa storing Kerosene, Kitchen,
proposal and encouragement to tho discoloured pod husks fmni whatever made iwcnre and snug, to face the Uuggyhouse, and various other
Cacao Planter take up the fight and
*• cause they are discoloured. (If this is apt.roaching big storm, and it came Outhoit.'es. All in good con-
maintain it, until victory is won,—are not possible Imry with lime ) Bury with a vengeance. The vessel, being
wanted, they will surely lie foand in nil pads tinder at least two inches of three quarter* loaded, and only her dition.
th* .following extract from the soil with a iprink line of lime. lower masts standing, did not offer a
but
Apply Office of -Sain. Ztg." *

Mycologist's Circular flu Carao Can- Cure.—Cut out all diseased patches great surface to the howling gals,
P.S.— No Jobbers wanted.
*•

ker in Ceylou," of October, 1901.: oa bark or branches, reaiutring also a uerertbeleu her three cables stood