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nmiund Head, Sept. 27, i::tO n.m
Light K. wind.
Nothing in night.
Bk Chlelayo from Ilunnlei
Stmr "Waimnnulo from Waimanalo
Sclir Maim from llonomu
Sehr Jennie from Nuwillwili
Stmr Likolikc for windward pofts
Stmr Kiluuciv Hon, for Kahului
Sclir IMilu Morris for Molokai
Schr Kiiiiim for "Wnianao
Schr Catnrinu for Ilunalei
Vessels Leaving this day.
Schr Wuioli for Kcokcn
Sclir Liholiho for Nnwiliwili
Sclir Knlamaim for Kolalclo
For San Francisco, nor City of
New York, Sept. 20 G Strain and
wife, Miss Draper, J Strain, 1) II
Davis, G T Theobald, It S Iloorc,
E II Buxton, E Lcfllej, J M Kapeiiu
J L Kauliikou, W E Foster and
wife, J Itoliiiibpn. II Cornwell, Mr
Le Count, Mrs I) McLcod, Ilaron
von Birtow, C Spreckols and family,
Mrs II Barfield, M L Ilallcnbeek, J
"Wright, Miss Ponti, Mrs Lightncr,
C V llousnian, A Chaptn, W A
Johnstone, Mrs L McCully, J Ka
paa, J and I Ilakuole, G McFarlanc
ami servant, F Spencer, Mr and Mrs
P Itfanborg, C Widemann, A Fol
lies, M Joseph, T Jones, F Trainor,
Mra F Vchling, F llenglcr, G Baby
lon, C Jacobs, J Evans, V N Feter-
II "W Loft, Mis E Chamberlain.
For Kahului, per Kilnuea Hun,
Sept 2G Mr. and Mrs. Horner, C C
Coleman, Mr Coffey, Mr Von Grae
vemeycr, J T M'Crosson, M Brown,
M J McLean, J D Marin, C Kostcr
ing, J Murphy, ond !i5 deck.
For windward ports, per Likclikc,
Sept 20 C A Brown, G T Theo
bald, ItovII Bingham, IIP Bald
win, J W Yarndley, F II Ilayscl
cloii, C B Makcc, 11 Cornwell, V II
Cunimings, G C Williams, I) Crown
ingburg, Q Campbell, W II Purvis,
Miss Swain, Mrs J Neil, N F Bur
gess, T Selig, l)r Whiting, C E
Shaucr, J Moanauli, "W H Cornwell,
Miss Cornwell, W Notlcy; T Lucas,
J Richardson, E Krusc, Mrs G Hall,
Misses Daniels, Miss Bingham, A D
Courtney, Cant D Taylor, G It
Hewitt, and 55 deck.
Vessels in Port.
II. B. II. S. Sappho, Clark
U. 8. S. Alaska, G. E. Belknap
Am bark Martha Davis, Benson.
Or bk Adolph, Koppelmaun
Haw bilg Nlnito, Cameron
Br bark II W Almy, Freeman
Br bk Olcng.iber,
Am bktne Discovery, Pcrrlman
Br bark Lady Lampson, Marston.
Am loop Sport on the Wave.
Haw bk Kale,
Itlc Kma Vtom Dun
Bk Emma, from Pugct Sound, Aug 18
Ktmr AiHtrali.r; from S. F, Oct 1
Haw bk lolaui, from Bremen. Oct
Nor bk luufcos, fin New York, Oct 17
Brit stm Sifez, Dodd, liu S. F. Oet 17
II M M Aifijlralla, from Sydney, Oet 23
Br bk Ullock from Liverpool, Dee
Bk Alter Aimin, from Glasgow, Dec
Bk Reversion Port Blokeloy
Bk Camden, from Puget Sound
Brit ship British Ambassador, NC.NSW
Bktne Aihelln from Port Bhikelny
Bark liuena Vista from I'oit Gamble
Bark Kit Sap from Gnrt Gamble
tier nk l'eino. lm Hongkong
A SPLENDID CHANCE TO BUY
. (Title Feo Simple,)
THE undcrslirnid offer for
I Sale T'lE COADY Fhkmiskh
i in Nuuauii Valley (lately occu.
pled nr f. iiaiiiuen Ksq.
Theuboe pienilses arc pleasantly lo.
cated on the bank of Nuuaim stream,
with a frontage of about 3S7 feet on
Nuuanu Avenue. There are many fruit
and ornamental tiecs on the ground,
which Is of sullleient size o keep a con.
pin of hoiselu grass all he y,-ir round.
The buildings consist ot lare Dwell,
lug, with attic, roomy cellar, b.ilhrooin,
and kitchen attached, Carriage-house
The dwelling has just been lcpalred,
newly painted and papered at an vxpense
of $051), nnd Is ready for immediate oc
cupancy. A , ortlon of the purchase money may
... 1 1 .. I . mi tnntt.n..i nt n rn.t uni.i I.I.. ...if.
,,.111,11, .... Illlllltlpl ... .1 . lll.ill inu lint-
The above premises will bo wold atillavln
Public Auction on SatuiiUv. Sentember
80th, at 12 o'clock noon, if not previously
disposed of at private sale.
188 A. JAEGEU.
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
. Tins A 1
fe Iron Stoamor Suez,
noun, - co.MMANnr.it
Will leave Honolulu
FOR SAN FRANCESCO
on Oct. 22ml,
For fi eight or passage, having stipcilor
accomodations, apply to
la I Wt. 0. InwiN &. Co., Agents.
FOlt SAN FRANCISCO.
The clipper baik
H. W. Almy,
Freeman, - - master,
Will have qutclc dispatch forthc 'above
port. For freight or passage apply to
CAHri.i: &. CooKi:, Agents.
prttCfe, Steamer Likelike,
ES Klugi - Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Labaiua, Maa
Iaea Buy, Mukeuu, Mttbukoua, K
awaihae, Laupaboehno and Hilo.
Returning, vill touch lit all the
alove ports, arrlvlug at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
jde-PACIFIU MAIL Steam
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Splendid Steamship
Webber, . Commander,
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco
. on or about Sept. 25-
FOR SYDNEY via AUCKLAND
The Splendid Steamship
Carglll; - - - Commander,
On or about Oct. 23.
For freight or passage apply to
H. Hackfklu & Co., Agents.
T. R. FOSTER & Co.'s
Line of Steamers
The Iwalani, '
Batkr, ----- Commander
Runs regularly to Koua and Kau,
as per following Time Table:
Lvavim Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
Thursday, Oct. C
Monday,' Oct. 10
Thursday, Oet. 20
Monday, Nov. 0
Thursday, Nov. 10
Monday, Nov. 27
Thursday, Dec. 7
Monday, Dec. IB
Thursday, Dec. 28
Ai:hivj:s at Honolulu
The C. E. Bishop,
Berry, .... - Commander
Lkavks Honolulu kvkky
Monday, nt 5 I'.m., for Nnwilhvili,
Koloa, Eleolc, and Waimca, Kauai.
Nawiliwili every Friday evening.
TIIK FAST FAILING
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. Cookk, Agent.
Schooner )M$& "Emma,"
Will leave Honolulu EVERY TUBS-
DAY at 4 p. in.,
F.OR WAIALUA AND WAIANAE.
For freight or passage, having superior
cabin accommodations, apply to tho
Captain on board. 15t
A. FRANK COOKE,
Office, corner Nuuanu and Queen streets,
Honolulu, 11. I.,
Agent for the foljowing Packets:
Wallele, fc Wnioll,
Walehu, $? Wnimalu.
Malolo, !WTOif Kaluna,
Mima, tS&Sl: Julia,
Ki Moi, and Ehuknl.
Rod ring, with "White Ball.
Gc FOlt SALE.
Tho Brig Ninito,
inulmgoue I'Xtensho repilrs;
with a iinod Inveiitoiy, and
In satis, llgglng. Ac. is now oilcied for
i sul.t. f'or particulars lnquiie of
117 A. J. Oautwuiiiiit.
$& FOIl HONGKONG.
mo Miie uari;
Benson, .... Master,
Will rail for the above poit
On or about Jst October.
For freight or passage apply In
C. Bnnwmi & Co., Agent.
rpiIE undersigned will pay the above
A reward forthc
DETECTION AND CONVICTION
of the party or parties who
Poisonod his Maro " Lizzio,"
on the night of August 30th.
Sept 7. (188) E. M. NORDBERG,
GREAT ADDITIONS to our former
stock, ex Suez, Kahikaua, and City
of Sydney, ot
Ship Chandlory & Ship Stores:
Cordage hemp Manila, cotton duck,
Fla canvas, flax soil twine, beeswax,
Blocks, oars 8 to 24 ft; shackles,
Bales of oakum, hooks und thimbles,
Club blocks, snatch blocks, row-locks.
lion strop blocks, mast beads, shlces,
McltHlnc and patent bushings,
Stockholm tar, pitch, coal tar, tar oil,
Bright and blaclt varnishes, wire rigging
Mailiuc, seizing housclluc, ratlin,
Spunyarn, caulking irons, copper tacks,
Iron tacks, connecting links.
Marlin snikcr. caulking mallets.
Mast hoops, bund spikes, pitch mops,
Tar biushcs, &c.
Paints and Paint Oil, a full assortment
of nil kinds and colors;
Pacific Rubber Paint, a new lot, lnclud.
all the various colors;
Brushes Paint, vainlsh, pencil, white
wash, paste, artist, shoe, scrub, and
sash a good assortment of each;
Axes and hatchets, wood and shingling;
Ship lanterns and side-lights the Hegu-
Groceries and Provisions.
A full assortment of fine groceries, in.
eluding somo choice varieties of
Table pic fruits, jams nnd Jellies, a. new
nrtlcle, put up by n new firm, and
c can blglily recommend them as
being something really nice;
A new lot of Teas, Including some supe
rior Japan varieties;
Sugai Itclined and raw;
Hams, bacon, lard, smoked beef, In tins,
Curried fowl, curried oysters,
Plum pudding, kits salmon bellies,
Kits mackerel, -kits tongues and sounds,
Codfish, cheese, Oxfotd sausage, in tins:
Ibilsins, in ,', if anil y, boxes;
Kaisins, In tins; currants in 4 & 71b tins
Pickles, in 1 gal., ) gal., ips, A- 5 gal kgs
Corn starch, tapioca, Vcimlcelll,
Macaroni, dried apples, prunes, plums,
poaches and penis.
FLOUR AND DUE AD.
Golden Gate extra family, Eldorado,
Golden City, Graham, oat and corn mcnl
Medium bread, assorted crackers,
Ginger snaps, taffy, taloon pilot bread,
soda uiscuirs, rice lino couee,
Whale and sperm oil,
Sperm candles, 4s and 0s.
All of the above icill be sold at the
Best Murkel Jiatcs,
Buyers aro moU respectfully lnltcdto
call and examine our stock.
W5 B0LLES & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE, goods received
ex bark Obcion, and other recent
Coal, Sugar, & Rice Bags,
Coffee Hags, Hessians,
Hoi noil's patent -l-iiointed Barb Wiro,
Smooth Fencing Wire annealed;
Lit. Garden Hose,
Ornamental Water Sprinklors, now,
nrusscls C'nipcU, Rugs and Mnts, .
China Matting, Cocoa Matting,
Urush Mat-, India Rubber .Mats,
Marino Jt'eld tfc Opera Ghmcs
Colored Wrapping nnd Printing Paper,
1 Upright Cnttngo Piano, of Auchcr
1 Superior Square Piano, of Richaid
Llpp & Son, Stuttgart.
SUPERIOR CLARETS AM NEES WINES,
Liquors and Liqueurs,
Genuine Manila Cignrs,
Vintner to arrie, per bark ICnle, duo in
all September, a fresh
Supply of Pilsonor Bcor,
In quarts and pints.
Further to arrhe, per bark Iiuacos, from
New Yoik, duo this month,
Household Sowing Machinso,
Matches in tin, &c.
ror sale y
180 ED. HOFFSCHLAEGKR & Co
OH SALE, a MU LE C A It T
102 11. Hnrkfi'lt! & Co.
I SELECT HATS
1 1IA?S jg HOW OPEN for INSPECTION i
Mrs. A. M. MoIUb' Millinery
-81 Establishment, 104 Fort street, Honolulu. "4
mWMWWTniimi BWWWIWMWMIf TWW lit"! m H W(Wmf WHWI
Nos. 1 05 and 1 07 Fort Street.
WE ARE HERE !
And wo don't want your money
if we don't give you value !
Mathushek Orchestral Pianos I
Mathushek Grand nnd Square Pianos!
Mathushek P.u lor Grand and Upright Pianos!
Fives makes of German Pianos!
Fhc makes of American Organs I
General Musical Merchandise
of every description.
German Pianos, $250, more or less
We import direct, and will sell cheaper than any other Importer.
Parlor, Bedroom & Drawing-room Furniture,
Latest Designs just received.
Pictures, Paintiufs, Jiraekcls,
and Japanese Goods In great variety.
Plain and Fancy Picturo Frames of every description made to
order on the shoitesl nofice.
Honolulu, Aug. 25, 1882
Nos. 113 and
Splendid New Stock of Solid Gold and Plated Jewelry'
Bllvcr.Platcd Ware, &c, &c.
J. W. KOBEKTSON
(SUCCESSOIIS TO II. M. WIUTHKV.)
Importing and Manufacturing Stationers.
Printers and Book-Binders,
Nos. 19 and 21 Morchant street,
The Oldest, Largest, and Cheapest ,
Stationery Establishment in the Kingdom.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of j
Blank Rooks, of all descriptions;
roolscnp, Jcgal and Hill Cap,
Journal and Trial llahineo Papers. .
Linen Paper and Envelopes, nil sizes;
Writing and Copying Inks, in quarts, pints and cones.
Mucilage in nil sizes, especially adapted to this climate, "
Drawing Paper and Pencils,
Trneinc Paner and Cloth.
Transit Books, Field and Lecl Rooks, adapted for the use ii
, of Surveyors and Engineers:',!
Memorandum and Pass Bioks, , y;
t'llver and Pcrfi ra ed Card Board, ,; ,:
Shipping Tags, Shipping Receipt Books nnd I'nds, ,V:
And nuvierou.t other articles in our
Wo have mado such arrangements
hereafter to keep on hand a full assortment. anil nlen to iecelu the la e.t nil- inn i
they aro publUned. Any special order
.1 'I '. ! IUUT'WT3
Nos. 'JH and an Fort street,
New Carriages of all kind:
on hand and built to ordor.
ltop.ilrlrg, P.ilutlng and Trlumiliig
75 pi ompily executed
BEEN RECEIVED BY
WELLS' MUSIC STORE.
Watchmaker and Manufacture
11.1 Fort Street,
and Silver Watches.
mm Kccclpl Hooks, "
T'! a i
line to be found in a veil kept ttocfs'
with our Mulc Accnts. as will enal lAmaO
will receive our best and prompt noun'. ;
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