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Diniond Head, Sept. 10, OiUOn.m ,
Light K Wind. I
Hark Mtirtlm Davis and shr Jh)l
heiki ofl noil ; Hulir uiluimi o iiillus
to leeward. 1
Unrk IMiittlm Davis from Boston
Sclir .Moi Keikl from fishing cruise
Solir Kuluna from Moloau .
Schr Kekntiluohi from llannlei
Schr Khukid for Wuialua
Stmr C II Bishop for Kuuai
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
Stmr Leliua for Mnui and Molokai
Stmr Kilnuca Hon for Kaliului
Schr Mile Morris for Lanai
Vessels Leaving this day.
Stmr Likelike for windward ports
Sclir Emma for Wuialua
Selir Ilaleiikala for Hilo
Schr Marion for Namakua
For Kauai, per C 11 Bishop, Sept
18 R Smith, M Harvey, A Spencer
wife and 2 children, J Drcicr, Ct
Alenkc, O Iscubcrg, A Hnnncuerg,
Col Z S Spaulding, O Sehultz, M
IIuppc and wife, L Knrlbaum, U N
"Wilcox and about 95 deck.
For Maui & Molokai, per Leliua,
Sept 18 Mr Unna and about 100
For Kaliului, per Kilauea Hon,
Sept 18 Rev T II Rouso, J F
Cnssnn, 1' T Thornton, F C Kopke,
Mrs Sharratt and 2 children, G Put
nam and about 4fi deck.
Vessels in Port.
H. B. M. U. Sappho, Clark
U. S. S. Alaska, O. E. Relkuap
15 lit stin Suez, Dodd,
5r stmr llnnsa, Saunders.
Or bk Adolph, ICnppclmann
Haw brig Nlulto, Cameron
Br bark II W Almy, Freeman
Br. bark Ohoron.
Am bktne Discovery, Perriman
Br bark Lady Lampnon, Marston.
Am sloop Sport on the Wave.
Haw bk Kale,
HIr Niimu Kiom Dim
Bk Emma, from Pugct Sound, Aug 18
Am bk Martha Davis, from Boston Sp
Stmr City of New York, fin Syd. Sep 1S
Stmr Australia, irom h. t , Uet 1
Haw bk lolanl, from Bremen. Oct
Nor bk (macos, fin New York, Oct 17
Br bk U I lock from Liverpool, Dee
Bk Aber Aman, from Glasgow, Dee
Bk Hevere from Port Blakeley
M. E. Smith fm Paget Sd, for Maliukona
ISktno Kllkltut, from Pugel Sound
Bk Camden, from Paget Sound
Br bk Glengaber, fm Liverpool,
Brit ship British Ambassador, NC.NSW
Bktne Amelia from Port Blakeley
Bark Bucna Vista from Port Gamble
Bark Kit Sap from Gort Gamblo
Ger bk l'eiho, fm Hongkong
Brij? W G Irwin, fm SF, for Kaliului
Bk W 11 Diuiiiiiiond fm Humboldt, for
Bark W E Smith from Port Gamble for
French Calf Skins.
A LA11GE INVOICE of the famous
"Fisher & Levey Brand."
All Females I All weighty 10 to 13 kilo
Ex City of Sydney,
jgyGoand see them,
at 42 Queen Street.
191 lm M. W. McCHESNEY & SON
A SPLENDID CHANCE To'"UY
(Title Fee Simple,)
THE iinilrr-di'iird offer for
I Salo THE COADY Pukmwkh
i In Niiuaiiu Valley (lately occu.
pled by F. Harnden Esq.
The above premises are pleaanlly lo.
eated on the bank of Niiuanu stream,
with a frontage of about 387 -foot on
Nuuanu Avenue. There are many fruit
and ornamental trees on the ground,
which N of hiiulclent size lo keep a eon.
pie of hoises In gras all the year round.
The buildings 'coiiilht of large Dwell,
lug, with little, roomy cellar, bathroom,
and kltcmsu attached, Carilage-hoife
The dwelling has Jut been repaired,
newly painted and papered at an expense
of $lfof, and U ready for Iiniuediate oc
cupancy. A poitlon of the purchase inonev may
remain on mortgage at a rea-onablu rate
The above pieiiii(i
will lm sold iii
Public Auction on H.iliirdav, September
HOlh.at 12 o'clock noon, if not previously
disponed of at private sale
Oceanic Steamship Comp'y.
"77,,,. , ,
?, 111J' A l
jigg Iron stoamor Suez,
1'0""' ' " ' mmanih:u
Will leave Honolulu
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
on Sept. 22nd,
For freight or passage, having sttpuilor
accomodations, tipply u
l!M W.M. U. tuwiN 4 Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The cllppi'r bark
H. W. Almy,
Freeman, ... master,
Will have quick dispatch forllui above
port. For freight or passage apply to
Cahti.K &. Cookh, Agents.
King, - Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lalialim, Man
laea Hay, Makeua, Maliukona, K
awaLliae, Laupaliochoo and llllo.
Returning, will touch at all thn
alove' ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
PACIFIC MAIL Steam
FOR SAX FRANCISCO,
The Splendid Steamship
City of Now York,
Cobb, - commander,
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco
on or about Sept. 25.
FOR SYDNEY via AUCKLAND
The Splendid Steamship
On or about Oct. 1,
For freight or passage apply to
11. IIackkj:u ifc Co., Agents.
T. R. FOSTKR & Co.'s
Line of Steamers
Batks, ..... Commander
Runs regularly to Kona and Kau,
ns per following Time Table:
Lkavi:s Honolulu at ! r.M. ox
Thursday, July 111
Monday, July 21
Thursday, Aug. II
Monday, Aug. 14
Thursday, Aug. 2 1
Monday, Sept. -1
Thursday, Sept. 11
Monday, Sept. 25
Anmvjis at Honolulu
Tuesday, .Tulv 11 Frldav,
Krlclav, July 21 Tuesday,
Taesuay, Aug. 1 Friday,
Frldav, Aug. 11 Tuehday,
Tuesday, Aug. 22
The C. R. Bishop,
Berry, .... - Commander
Li:avkb Honolulu t.vi:i:y
Monday, at o l'.M., for Nawiliwili,
Koloa,Eleele, and Waiinea, Kauai.
Nawiliwili every Friday evening1.
Till! KABT SA1LINO
f Schooner Ehukai
will run icgularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on. board, or to
181 A. F. CooKuf Agent.
leave Honolulu EVERY TUKS-
DAY nt 4 p. ni.,
FOR WAIALUA AND WAIANAE.
For freight or passage, having superior
cabin nrroininoilatiiino, apply to the
Captain on board. 131
A. FRANK COOKE,
Olllre, corner Nuuanu and Queen i.tieet",
Honolulu, II. I.,
Agent for the following Packets:
Wallele, ,J-K Waloll,
Waleliu, S?V Waliiinlu.
Malolo, mXkA K'd una,
Maua, Skj&sZ Julia,
Kn Moi, and liukai.
Red FlRg, with "While Ball.
1 H I
UIMG FOR SALli.
The Brig Ninilo,
' lliivln.'r underi'onii i-xtenslvu reii.ilrs
with a good Inventory, ami well louud
j In sails, rigging. &e.. Is now olleied lor
l'or nartleulaiH Inquire of
OFFKR FOU SALL, irood received
vx li'irk Ohriou, and other ireent
Coal, Sugar, & Itico Bags,
Coll'ee Hags, Hesiiii,
BuiiH'H's patent 4-noiiitvd Barb Who,
Smooth r cueing Wire anncaicitj
I.R. (jmtlcu Uo.-.e,
Ornamental "Water Sprinklors, now,
Brussels Carpet", Hugs and Mats,
China Matting, Cocoa Matting,
Rrush Mats, India Rubber Main,
Murine Field & Opera Glasses
Colored Wrapping and Prlntiug Paper,
I Upright Cottage Piano, of Anchor
1 Superior Square Piano, of Richard
Llpp & Son, Stuttgart.
SUPERIOR mm AM OTHER WIKES.
Liquors and Linueur.s,
Genuine Manila Cigars,
Ftuthcr to arrive, per b.irk Kale, duo In
all September, a frc.li
Supply of Pilsoner Boor,
in miarts and pints.
Further to anlvc, per bark Imacos, from
New Yoik, due this mouth,
Household Sewing Machinse,
Matchc.", in tin, &c, &c.
r or Fale ny
180 EI). HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co
Just Iteceived, ex bark Oberon, a new
Hawaiian and American
3, 0, and 7 yard lengilis.
For sale by
J. W. Robertson & Co.
rpilK undersigned will pay the above
JL reward for the
DETECTION AND CONVICTION
of the party or parties who
Poisoned his Maro " Lizzie,"
on the night of August IJOlh.
Sept 7. (183) E. M. NQRDRERG,
POR SALE, at P.diala, Kau,"llasii.
The Hawaiian Agricultural Company
having put In a Rail Road, will sell
20 FIRST CLASS
For particulars apply to D. Fister, Mana
ger, at Kau ; or
1SI lm Agents
IJy every Steamer,
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
FINE LINE OF
Crtlth'cn'ti Cloth huj.
11)3 Fort street.
LEY & CO.'S
Great 10 Cent Store
Will open today, September Dili,
At 10 Gents each.-
10!) Fort street,
(Foruieilv occupied bv S. Mngnln)
g HATS S
I SELECT HATS
HAVE BEEN RECEIVED I)
MRS. A. M. M ELLIS
LADIES OF HONOLULU,
hi mOu) is
s (A Ws
I irA?B I HOW OPEN for INSPECTION
Mrs. A. M. Mollis' Millinery and Dress-making
;l Establishment, 101 Fort street, Honolulu.
Nos. 105 and
WE ARE HERE !
And we don't want your money
if we don't give you value !
Mathushck Orchestral Pianos!
Matliushek Grand and Square Pianoit
Mathuxhek Parlor (J rand and Upright Piano !
Flvoa makes of German l'lauo-il
Five makes of American Organs I
General Musical Merchandise
of every description.
German Pianos, $250, more or less
Wo import direct, and will sell elicit per than any other imporler.
Parlor, Bedroom & Drawing-room Furniture,
Latest Designs just received.
Pictures, JPaliitints, Jivaelccfs,
mid Japanese Good in groat variety.
Plain and Fancy Picture Frames of every description ninilo to
order on the hottest notice.
WELLS' MUSIC STORK.
Honolulu, Aug. 25, 1882. (177)
Splendid New Stock of Solid Gold and Plated Jewelry,
JSlcynnt Gold and Silver Watches.
Silver.Plated "Ware, &e., &c. igg
J. W. ROBERTSON & CO.,
(bUCCKSSORH TO II. M. WI1ITNT.V.)
Importing and Manufacturing Stationers.
Printers and Book-Binders,
Nos. 19 and 21 Merchant streot,
The Oldest, Largest, and Cheapest
Stationery Establishment In the Kingdom.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of ! ;
Blank Rooks, of all dc-crititlom; ft
Foolucap, Legal and Rill Cap,
Journal and Trial Ralauec Paprs, ' H
Line Paper and Knvelopcn, all pizes;
Writing and Copying Inks, in quarts, pints and cones. $
Mucilage in all H7.e, especially adapted to this climate;
Drawing Paper and Pencil1),
Tracing Paper and Cloth,
Transit llooUi, Field and Level Books, adapted for the use
of Survevora and Engincors:
Memorandum and Pasi Rooks,
Sliver and Perforated Card Hoard,
Shipping Taf."., Shipping Receipt Rooks and Padi,
Note, Draft, and Receipt Rook?,
And numerous other articles in our lino to he found in a well kvpi stock
We havi'made kitch airangenienln with our Music, AgentF, n- v'll enabla ui
hereafter to keen on hand a full aorlnienl.i.nd abo to reeeic 'he lat vt plirmas
tliey arcpulilHliea. Any Hpeclal order
" V?LS?tff"r," tTjw-WTK .'
CAina.(jE Ma ken,
Nos. 2H and ill) Fort stieet,
New Carriages of alljrind''
on hand and built to order.
fllepalrlng, Painting and Trimming
107 Fort Street.
Watchmaker and Manufactur
Nob. 113 ami 115 Fort Btrcet, ; : Honolulu.
will receive our best anil prompt alien-
A. J. CAiiiwuiuirr.
70 promptly exeeuteu