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Dimond Head, Sept. 11, 0 :U0 a.m
Light E Wind,
Nothing in sight.
Stmv CJ It Bishop from Kauai
Stinr Lohtir from Muni and Molokni,
.Stmr Kilauca IIou from Knhu'.ui
Stinr lltinsa from Liverpool.
Stmr Likelikc from Ililo
Schr Mnlolo from Ilakalau
Schr Lcalii for Kohalalclc
Bark Kmerald for Port Townsencl
Schr Noltio Merrill for Lahnina
Vossols Leaving this day.
Stmr C R Bishop for Circuit ICnuai
Stmr Kilauca IIou for Kuliului
Stmr Lehua for Maui and Molokai
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
Schr Kaalaa for Koolau
Schr Euhkni for Waialua
S'jhr Waioli for Keokea
Slir Walelm for Waimnnalo
Sch Mana for Ilanamaulu
Sch Catarina for Ilaualei
From windward ports, per Likelikc
Sept 10th J II Maby, Miss Robert
son, Miss Ilillcbrand, A Ilcrzog, Mrs
W C Jones, J Aipo, D D A Covert, J
Costa, Miss Jones, Miss Rohinson,
"W M Knight, Mrs Kau and 2 chil
drcn. Miss. Spencer, Hon P Iscnbcrg,
"V7 G "Wood, II Rogers, Miss O'Ncil,
G C Akina, Capt Kaai, Ako, A Zal
lan and wife, W 12 Rowcll, II Jolnr
eon. T Fsurell, C L Wiight, Miss M
C Wilder, Miss L Wilder. O Wilder,
D Crowningbcrg, 11 Balcntinc, J V
"Wangontinc, M L Hallcndeck, Gov.
Bominis, W Hardy, Miss Hardy, A
II Ilccn, Miss Benficld, FW Damon,
Mrllopey, J N 'Wiight and wife
Geo C Bccklcy, Puiber.
Vessels in Port.
II. 15. M.S. Sappho. Clark
U. S. S. Alaska, G. E. Uelknap
Br tmr Ilansi, Saunders.
Gr bk Adolph, Koppehnann
Haw brig Nlnito, Cameron
Am. bark Kalakaua.
Am tern Marv Dodge,
IJr bark II W Almy, Freeman
Br. bark Obcron.
Br bark Lady Lnmpson, Marston.
IHr Name from Duo
lit stmr llausa, fm St Michaels, Sept 8
Bk Emma, from Paget Sound, Aug 18
Haw bk Kale, fm Bremen Sept
Brit stm Suez, Dodd, from S.F. Sept 10
Am bk Martha Davis, fiom Boston Sp
Stmr City of New York, fm Sytl. Sup 25
Stmr Australia, fiom S. F, Oct 1
Haw bk Iolanl, from Bicmcn. Oct
Nor bk Imacos, fm New York, Oct 17
Br bk Ullock from Liverpool, Dee
Bark Forest Queen fin Pit get Sound
M. E. Smith fm Fugct Sd, forMahukona
Bktne Kllklt.it, fiom Paget hound
Bk Ca nden, from 1'ugct Sound
Br Ik Glcugabor, fm Liverpool,
III It ship British Ambassador, NC.NSW
Qer bk l'elho, fm Hongkong
Brig W O Irwin, fm KF, for Kahulul
Snhr Anna, fm SF
j BRIG FOR SALE.
gjgjgt The Brig Ninito,
Having undergone extensive repairs;
with a good inventory, and well found
in sail!, rigging, Ac, is now oflered for
bufo. For particulars inquire of
117 A. .1. CAitiwnirtiiT.
A SPLENDID CHANCE TO BUY
(Title Fee Simple,)
,OT THE undtrsiqiwd offer for
IWwkS Sale T'JK COADY 1'itKMihr.s
Kalii-iiSl in Nminnu Valley (lately oecu.
pkd by F. llainden E'q.
The above premises are pleasantly lo
cated on the bank of Nuuiinu stream,
with a frontage of about U37 feqt on
j'k. Nuuanu Avcliue. Theic are many fruit
and ornamental trees on thn ground,
which is of tulllcieut Hizc to keep a con.
pie of hori.es in guns all the year round.
The buildings consist of large Dwell
Inc. with attic, roomy cellar, bathroom.
and kitchen attached, Carriage-house
The dwelling has just beta repaired,
newly painted "and papered at an expense
of 000, aud is ready for immediate oc
A portion of the purchase money may
remain on mortgage nt a reasonable inte
The above premises will be Fold at
Public Auction on Satin day, September
30th, at 'i o'clock noon, if not previously
disposed of nt prhatc Mile.
lb8 A. JAEGER.
BlKvA FOR SALE OR LEASE-A
!W3fStoro Bulldlnir and OuthoiiH'i.
jsa5uTlint deniable store foimerlv
orcupicd by L. Turner, at Waiohlnu,
For nartleular.t apply to
Turner, Waiohlnu: or to A.
. . . " . tl rS. l
, a. uiegnorn
Oceanic Steamship Comp'y.
Iron Steamer Suez,
UODD, - - COMMANDKK
Will leave Honolulu
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
on Sept. 22nd,
For freight or parage, having biipcrlor
accomodations, apply to
121 Wm. O. Iiiwi.v &, Co., Agents.
VOli SAN FRANCISCO.
The clipper Bark
Miller, - master,
Will hao quick dispatch for the above
port. For fi eight or passage apply to
F. A. SciiAi:n:u & Co., Agents.
CS-Sa-V JJUKDiViN riWVlNUlOUV.
rx FOR SAN FRA
i-wtt-t r-t 4 t rtn Tnrcnr
The clipper bktno
W. H. Almy,
Freeman, - master,
Will have quick dispatch forthc above
port. For freight or passage apply to
Castle &. Cooke, Agents.
King, - Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
1 p.m., touching nt Lahalna, Mna-
laea liay, iunKeun, lUiiiiuunnn, .
awaihae, Laupahoehoo and llllo.
Returniiig, vlll touch at all the
alovo ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
fcrPACIFIU MAIL Stcam
S:l ship Company.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Splendid Steamship
City of Now York,
Cobb, - - commander,
Will leave Honolulu for San FrancUco
ou or about Sept. 25.
FOR SYDNEY via AUCKLAND
The Splendid Steamship
Cargill, - Commander,
On or about Oct. 1.
For freight or passage apply to
II. IIacki'eld Ss Co., Agents.
T. R. FOSTER & Co.'s
Bates, ----- Commander
Runs regularly to Kona and Kau,
as per following limo Table:
Le.vvjm Honolulu at i p.m. on
Mondiv, July S , Thurtday, Aug. Si
Thui-hday, July 13
Monday, July 21
Thursday, Aug. It
Monday, Aug. 14
Monday, Sept. 4
Thursday, Sept. H
Monday, Sept. 25
Ai:i:ivi:s at Honolulu:
Tuesday, Julv 11
TucAilay, Aug. 1
Friday, Aug. 11
Tuetdav, Aug. S!a
The C. R. Bishop,
Berry, ----- Commatulcr
Li:avks Honolulu evi:ky
Monday, at 5 i-.m., for Nawiliwili,
Koloa,Elccle, and Wnimea, Kauai.
Nawiliwili every Friday evening.
THE l'ABT BAILING
Z. will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
181 A. F. Cooki:, Agent.
Schooner Sl)V "Emma,"
Will leave Hont.hdTr'EVERY TUE9-
DAY at p. m.,
FOR WAIALUA AND WAIANAE.
For freight or parage, having mipetior
cabin aei'onimod.ulon, apply to the
Captain on board. " Mil
A. HIANK COOKE,
Ofilcc, comer Niiu.uiuand Quicn Mreeti,
Houolulii, II. I.,
Agont far tho following Packets:
'Waikle, jfXi Wnloll,
Wniehu, JSf Vnlnialu.
Mnlolo, JtajW Knluna,
Mana, 5aau& Julia,
Ka Mol, Ccc. Siogul, and Ehukai.
Rod Flag, with "Whito Ball,
Just Received, c. bark Obcrou, a now
Hawaiian and American
3, 0, and 7 yard lengths.
For bale by
J. W. Itobortson & Co.
MILLINERY AND .
DRESS MAKING !
By every Stoamcr,
FROM BAN FRANCISCO.
FINE LINE OF
Children's Cloth Ing.
103 Fort street.
Ex Bark Almy,
rOR SALE In quantities to suit,
At Lowest Prices,
134 By Castle & Cooke,
At $2.25 per Barret,
168 By GEO. LUCAS. lw
BAILEY & CO.'S
G-reat 10 Cent Store
Will open today, September Cth,
At 10 Cents each.
109 Fort Btrcet,
(Formerly occupied by S. Magnln)
To Planters and Others.
J: l'HATES and BONEMEAL,
For sale in (iunntilic3 to cult purchasers
By M. S. GRINEAUM & Co.,
1811m Queen street.
M. "W. McChosney & Son,
Proprietors Honolulu Tannery ;
Dealers in Hides, Tallow & Leather,
Also, Groceries, Provisions etc.
71 Salt, etc., etc.,
rpHANKFUL for that liberal patron
JL ago which luu bceu extended to
the undersigned, rendering it necessary
to enlarge his I'rintlug Department and
move to more spacious quaitcrj, he
would respectfully inform the public of
IU cltauge to
No. 6 Kaahumanu Street,
(Flitncr's old tfind. and more reeentlv
occupied by Mr. Max Eckart), adjoining
Tlieo. II. Daie:.' ofilcc, whirc all work
in tlie several branchej of
News, Book & Job Printing
Will bo attended to faithfully, and
In a Hyle of art inferior
The Bindory Department
At the Old Staud on .Merchant i-trect, has
recently recelud additions o New JIa.
cliinery, for expedition and perfection of
work, and is wholly carried on by ex
perienced Foreign Workmen,
Perforating, Ruling, Paging,
Marbling, Gilding and Finishing,
Executed In a manner cquil to iny office
on the coast
170 lm THOP, O. THRUM.
3 HATS g
IMJ SELECT HATS
S wTf ' IIAVK 1,ERN UE0EIV1:1) BY
lJSlll MRS. A M. 1ELLIS
S TVmW ffDT?W
HATS g. v x "
Hrs. A. M. Mellis' Millinery and
.'81 Establishment, 10
Nos. 105 and J 07 Fort Street.
WE ARE HERE !
And we don't want your money
if we don't give you value !
Mathushek Orchestral Piauosl
Mathtishek Ciaud aud S'maie Piauosl
Mathushek Parlor firaud and Upright Pianos !
Fives makes of German Piano? I
FIe makes of American Organs!
General Rftusical Merchandise
of every dcorlptiou.
German Pianos, $250,gmoro or ieaa
We Import direct, aud will sell cheaper than auy other Importer.
Parlor, Bedroom & Drawing-room Furniture,
Latest Designs Juu received.
Pictures, JPaintintSf Brackets,
and Japanese Goods in great variety,
riainond Foucy Picture Frames of every description mado to
order on the shortes-t notice.
WELLS' MUSIC STORE.
Honolulu, Aug. 25, 1882. (177)
Watchmaker and Manufacturing Jeweler,
Nos. 113 nnd 115 Fort Street, ; ! Honolulu.
Splendid Uew Stock of Solid Gold and Plated Jewelry,
Eltgant Gold and Silver Watches.
Bilvcr.PIated Wore, ic, &c. , l!j
J. W. ROBERTSON & CO.,
(,ccci'ionH to ii. :t. wiut-vhy.)
Importing and Manufacturing Stationers,
Printers and Book-Binders,
Nos. 19 and 21 Merchant strcot,
The Oldest, Largest, and Cheapest
Stationery Establishment In tho Kingdom.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of.
Blank Books, of all deseriptlon;
Foolscap, Legal and Hill Cap,
Journal and Trial Balance Papers,
Linen Paper and Envelopes, all sires;
Writing and Copying Inks, in qurtrtB, pints and cones.
Mucilage In all size, especially Adapted to this climate; .'
Drawing Paper and Pciieil-t,
Tracing Paper and Cloth,
Transit Books Field aud Lo el Books, adapted for tjio uue
of SunoyoM and engineers;
Memorandum and Pa's Books,
Sliver and Perforated Curd Board,
Shipping Tatri, Shipping Receipt Hooka and Padu,
Note, Draft, and Receipt Books
And numerous other articUs in our
We have made Mich arrangement! with our Music Agents, ai will cnnWc in
hereafter to keep on hand full nortment, and alf o to receive the latest pieet-s aa
they are piblUlicd. Any special order will receive our licit aud pi onipt alien
n Tffctit yv ifci
No?. 2K nnd .W Fort street,
Now Carriagca of all kindt
on hand nnd bnllt to order.
Repairing, Painting and Trimming
75 promptly executed.
A NUMBER OF
OF HONOLULU, ,
iUX Wi -v AJuvxTi
siori Buuut, xxuiiuiuiu.
n T?uL X a , A X fTjAMIlllll
line to be found in a icell kept stock ifj
a nu su it
4P1 W.TW UglWW IW
& Co., Honolulu.
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