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WEDNESDAY, KOV." 1, 182.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
'At'ilO o'clock, Mr. Adams will
sell fillip stores, provisions, otu. At
1 1 o'clock, kipplcaiul onions ; nlso,
Assignee's .Sale of Uurlcy, Groceries
etc. ' i
AFTErtNOON, ' '
Ladies' Sewing Sbcibty, nt 'St.
Andicws' Kelool Room, 0 o'clock.
Knightf, of Py thins, 7 :,!(),
Ualllo of Livor'noro J,'oti Vuggy,
and hauiCHS, nt'Dodd'H olllce.; . .
licthel, prayer meeting, 7:.'I0.
Fort St., prayer meeting, 7:30.
St. Andrew's Cathedral, usual ser
Special meeting, Excelsior Lodge),
NOTES AND QUERIES.
Tho congregating of crowds of
young children iuthc.streets atnigh't
time cannot help the growth of
morality in the rising genciatiob.
Almost every night, in certain pails
of tho city, ilrovcs of noisy boys
and gills play about the street's to an
unreasonable hour. If parents arid
guanjians do hot feel it their duly
to walch more closely the movements
of 'their youngsters;, the 'police, niigfit
do,cll to, interpose thoir nulhority.
' MEXICO BILL.
In' accordance to promise. favored us
with an interview yestctday.' lie
showed us many interesting extracts
fioin newspapers, in which he is de
scribed us an, enigma. That lie cer
tainly is. IIo is also master of about
2" different languages, including
Latin and Greek. He is' a graduate
of Oxford, England", and wits for jl
years n rector of an Episcopal
Church in the United Slates. We're
jvc to go on enumerating his' accom
plishments we fear it would weary.
He has nlrciuty proved his contempt
of conventionalities in this town.
His voice is like n silver clarion.
Now for" what we think. He -tells
us to conject what we like about
him. Jut,'tltat,is'dilll'cult, as he
comes on you like a whirlwind or4a
desert blizzard. Who he is we know
no further than that he says lie tv.t
born nt the Cape of Good Hope,
South Africa, nudis I!) years of age.
He is intelligent, refined, a brilliant
conversationalist, an original thinker
nitfl: very egotistical. In time we
may find out more about him, Ijiil
lie says after pjx months' acquain
tance wc shall know less of him than
wc do now. IfciUe()'e?
lie is not afraid to do anything
however, humiliating for an enqdoy
uienl. lie is a beautiful penman,
and 'fail llo' anything froin blacking
boots to lecturing;.
1 SHIPPING NOT esT
The Consuclo will probably leave
for San Francisco at the end of the
Wj: make a collection in our yes
terday's bhipping notes. The Ed
ward May wjts slatikl'by tho S. F.
papers to have arrived at Hongkong
on Aug. 27th. As she only sailed
from here Aug. I'.lth it must be Sept.
27th that is meant.
Tim: U.S.S. Alaska will go to Hilo
and windwaid ports to-morrow, null
will icturu in time for llw King's
HAWAIIAN SUGAR. '
"Washington, October J lth. The
question of assessing duty upon
bugar imported from tho Hawaiian
Islands is again before tho Treasury
Department, on a lupoit 1'ioin tho
Collector of Customs at Now Yoik
In the case ii point, which is regar
ded as a test case, tho Collector had
assessed duty on a cargo of sugar
from tho Hawaiian Islands. Protests
Were filed hgaiiibt tin's assessment on
tho ground that tho sugar was
exempt from duty uijder.tjie" pro
visions of the rceipiocity treaty with
tho Hawaiian Islands, it was .con
tended on tile other haiitl, however,
that tho sugar in question did not
come within tho tonus of tho treaty,
as it was of a diffcicnt class fioin
that made in the Islands at the tiuiu
this tieaty was latified. In his report
on the subject the Collector of Cus
toms states that tho easo involves
questions of fact which he cannot
iinderlnko to decide. It is piobablo
that tho cube will bejh cloned to tho
Hjollotorjnt San Fritticisc), in order",
io uoionniiic Vriieiiior inu, suar i ii
.question is o(n clnss to bo included
wilhin tlio tortus of4tho treaty. S.F.
We were told yesterday that the
Collector of Custom?PTttf SfnTFrniY-cisco,-
had examined the saiuplcs
submitted to him anil prolioimcfcd
them to be Sandwich Island sugars,
lie, however recommends that the
Secretary of the Treasury issue
regulations admitting only, No. 1!1
and under Dutch, Standai'd( .'duty
-.Tim latest advices from the Coast
state that tho Manila bnsislms gone
up to SO, 81, per 100. This is good
news, for, sugar growers
Tm: roads In tho Ewa and Waia
nae distriplti arc better,, than any
others in the islands, except those
Tiir.m: will bo no postponement in
the 'great raffle for the celebrated
hosrc "Livcrinore l'et " nnd outfit.
It lakes place positively this evening.
Who is building that dam across
Kalihi , s,lreani nqar Mrs. Uccklcy's,
and thus endeavoring to deprive the
people who own laud below, of their
Watei right? ' ' '
.i ' ' ' i ' ."
Thk Likcliko sailcd,'n't"-i,i'.M. yes-
terdAvl Sfcvdral visitors '(lit! not Iiedl
, ' iii
the third whistle and w;cro, i carried
out into the stream. I hoy
brought on l)or ii a boat,
A kiiii:ni) prophesied yesterday
that tho Zeahuulia had arrived off
the, foghorn buoyiS.F. at 12:30 p.m.
Sunday,, and was alongside the
wharf at G : 15 a.m. Moliday.
It, has been extensively rumored
that one of our city clerks had
skipped, without a passport. Wc
heard yesterday he had gone up to
the other islands on a visit. ' , .
Wi: notice the gate post of the
Government House on Queen street
is disfigured lby somebody" luiving
posted up a badly drawn caricature
of the effects of the liquor bill. It
ought to'bo taken down. . S if
WK'wahtto know why the docks
arc not lighted up at night espe
cially Vdncc the finding of tho Core
ner's Jury. Jasscngers ,from the
steamer on .Sunday night had to
pick their way with sticks'.
Ox Suuday night about 7 o'clock
a cry of police was heard ,011 the
steamer wharf. None came.. Why
couldn't one be detailed to be there
all the lime ,tlic steamer ia at the
. . .
Mn. A. F. Cdoko plit.up'a splen
did and suitable tfgn yesterday. On
the top of his olliqq is a weather
vane sur(inquutcd, by a beautiful
model of 11 gilt sclioonar, with the
initials "A. F. C. &' Co.,"' On the
sails in red. It forms a marked
feature in the wharf view.
1 I t-r. ;
Tin: fans in Elder's winddws arc1
loo gorgeous for anything. They
arc meant to ruin hapless fathers
and husbands. When n lady, gets
onTof them she will lyunt to livo up
it, .-uul everything will nave'' to' "be,
re-furnished to be in style.
Athletic Association is progressing.
The roof will be put on this week,
all that isiiccdcd' is money. Sub
scribers caii find the Hon. Treasurer
prd 1cm. 'Mr. Hollo' at lldckfeld'
Ox Tiuif5d3' evoking, .-November
2d, the remains of tho late Kight
Ifevcrend Bishop Louis Maigrct will
bo transferred from the cemcteiy to
the Catholic Cathedral, on Friday,
alter a solemn' mabri at 0 a.m., U16
body will be deposed into its final
resting place in tho church.
Just ' look at tho difference he-
tweon those parts of the streets
which have 'been scraped1 and those
that haven't,-, and then say whether
wo shouldn't get a regular road
scraper and use it every spell of wet
Wi: regret lo report a cowardly
outrage on rtho pioporty, of , borne
youtijr men of this
i town. vJ'hey own'
one of tho fastest four-oared boats
liorc'Tho Bed, Whlto and Blue'
They keep it suspended nfid out of
tho -water. Some little titfto ago,
whon one ofMlicm got Into it and
began to lower it, the boat was sud
denly dashed on to the locks, and
the after thwart broke. On examin
ation it was seen that tho falls had
been cut. Thinking it might bo Mx1
some . one's road they removed
Oh Monday l morning th
icy 'fdiuuf- a1
hole stove Jn it, which ,hnd ,bceu
done dm lug the night. Wc trust
tho dastardly- individuals will -bo
caught and punished as they de
serve. " ', J U
Tiioi: interested in buildings,
should go out and sec tho large
stones now lying on the ground at
the Lunalilo Hoinct Makiki. Thoy
weigh about 1,000 pounds, and arc
to bo hoisted to the 'top' of ' iW
building this week. Mr. Thomas,
tho contractor, apparently, is going
to make the Tjiiilding unique in this.
A gentleman in this city lias in
forpicd us that ho has received a
letter from New York, which states
that the Captain of tho Amy Turner
reports that oil the second day after
leaving this port, n stowaway was
discovered, his name is John Kn
ula, and his ago is About 11 years.
Perhaps this notice will dispel the
fears Of sijmo .anxious parent.' fi I.
Last Sunday morning the lire
under the furnace of Mi'. Hopper's
Mill on Fort street was found to be
lighted. l The' boiler was charged
and Ihe.stcatn up to !30 lbs. Mr.
Hopper was telephoned for, and
when he arrived the lire was put
out. Doors ought to be put to the
furnaco bulling to prevent a repeti
tion of this mischievous trick which
might have caused serious damage
to life and property.
thc matter, old man? Tut-t-t-tl Has
vcitoutl If it was mine, I'd have
" Sufferer " If it was yours 1
Yes, so would I!" (Exit, groaning)".
London Punch. '
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
Sale of Ship's Stores ! ,
Uy older of Mc-.rn. II. Harkfeltl it-Co.,
ThiB Day, WEDNESDAY,
'ov. lbt, at 10 a.m.,
at Salesroom, 1 will hull the following
Provisions' & Ship's Stores,
lllbi. Ilecf. 10 Mils. Pmk,
a bbls Hwihift, 4 bliN Hire, .') Mr Uailey
ii bills Flour, i5 bbls Sour Kraut,
a eakrt Gieen Pea, 5 bbls lU'iuw,
5 Milii Ucnns 11 cmk Ulead, 'I bbls Salt
2 cnski Plums, 1 rask Corned Ueef,
1 cask Sago, wicks Coll'cu, 2 Uoats,
1 Stove and Fixtures. , "
IW Terms, Cash -a
E. P. Adams, Auct'r.
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Assignee's Sale I
By order of Mcww, J. P. Ilackfcld and
II. ri. Ali'Ciicxncr, aiwlgnees of the
eMnte of II. G. Ooircia, I will sell at
Public Auction, '
This Day, WEDNESDAY,
at Salu-ii ooin, the ictail block, consisting
1 ' of ' '
Hags, Bran, Barley,
! ' 'Sweet Potatoes Giomics,
i ,, Fancy Goods, Clg.ir.s.
Abo, 1 Wagon, Harness,
! Show Cae, Hpadc', Hoes, &c.
( Ii. l An vmh, Auctioneer.
APPLES AND ONIONS!
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13 v htmr. City of New York,
This Day,, WEDNESDAY,
1 Nov. 1st, at 12 in., -nt
S(ilcfrooiii,'wllll ,bu spld,iw
50 boxes Apples ' ) "$
. . 10 boxes Onions I
E. P. Voams, Auctioneer.
To arrive, by the "l'lhi,"
Por rtlo bv
2!Uat C. Itrowcr & Co.
rnHEgiaml BAFFLE of the " Llverl
J. more Pel,;1 Buggy, Humes, in;.
will posl'lvely'tiikii plW THIS EVEN
ING, attliiM.mco of the Pantheon Stn.
Vies All.iI(lvib of ticket are iwnie.t
l lobupienuit. 2a lit
W ttoticc. '
Regatta, Novombor 16, 1882.
.A LL pnitlcs wlo Jinvc boats to enter
jt. for Uio lliicca on His Majesty's
Uirthdny, lire Invited to moot the Kxccu.
tlvc Coininltteo at the Armory, on
Thursday, Nov. SL at tl n. in. - -J,
i Fjiask OouKimv,
2321 " Secretaries.
VvAAU'A ;- A
Watch" thk spaicq,!
MV to tnkc rare of 2 cblldren. An
ply at thin olllce.
6 Good Rough Carpenters,
For Hume work. , Apply to
233 lw W. G. IRWIN &Co.
WANTED, Iminedhitclv, a centrally
loealed Cottage, within reason,
able walking distance to business, Nitua.
tlon on the AVaiklki side of Fort B'.iect.
Must have three bedrooms.
221) 2w .7. E. Wiseman.
Furniture For SnlCi
COMPLETE set of Furniture for sale,
Chenp, at rear cottage, No. 2 Adams
Lane, corner Hotel Mrcet. Cull nay
evening this month. 2a0 lw
Jrco. CavchiiKh, i
Roal Estato and General Buslnoss Agont,
m King sireci, iionoiuiu.
Solicitor for the "Satuithiy Pi cos."
t ' 2a8.ini : '
ANTED orders for CjiinchO Cooks
2aa lw GEO. CAVENAGH.
FOR PALlJ,(iihpleiulI(l &)rrel Horse,
quiet ill liarnexs or Middle. Also,
good sccond-liiind Eprcss, ebenp.
2a3 lw GEO. CAVENAGH.
. .,q 4 B. S-
AGATE WAKE I
A s')lcndld and varied assortment
Just Opened 1 ' , ,
' SAMUEL NOTT,
CST Fort Street, "a '
rpAVO OFFICII TO'LET.n the see
X oad floor of tho building Decupled
by .1. W. Robertson & Co' lay
A SPLENDID Opportunity Is
now offered to buy tho Popu.
lar Lodtintr House reccntlv
occupied and conducted bv'Mrs. White.
at 123 Fort street. The premises contain
1 store, 17 bedrooms, kitchen, dining and
batb room.,, , Thq loqms iireMnll nicely
fiirnishtd and ''in perfect order. For
further particulars apply to present pro.
prictor, F. W. WALLACE, 123 Fort st.,
I ELEGANTLY FURNISHED Rooms
1 to let, single or double, with all the
conveniences and comfoits of a home.
Rooms are large and well ventilated
Terms strictly moderate. Apply at Noi
2 Adams Lane. 2111m
' Coiling Decorations,
A splendid and vailed iihsortment
221 ' A.
FOR SALE, a No. 2 "
Waroliouso Feed Mill
Grinds from fi to 10 tons per day. "
Also, pulleys, bc'Ifs', etc., all In good
order; can be rim by steam or lioiso
power, just the artleli; lor a plantation.
HAY, OATS, CORN, '
Wheat, Hraii, llnrley, Wlioln hml '
C3 round jMixetl Feed, eto.
AS 01II3AP AS THE CHEAPEST
O'J LAlNE Co., 01 Fort nt,
' A.'G. ELLIS, -
STOCK BROKER, -will litty or bcII
Plantation Stock. Bonds, and
Oilier Marketable Securities,
At their market-alue'fnrnnsh.
215 OIUco with E. P. Adams, Auct'r.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
NO. 08 Merchant Street, Honolulu,
(Established In 1871))
Sugar Plantation, Railroad,
Telephone, alid oilier Corporation Slock,
Bonds mid SlpillarSc6tirltle Bought
and Sold on Commission.
Money loaned on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, Oct. lbt, 188'.. 214
fRRIGATION.'nftrrUils date, Is strict
JL ly foi bidden, e.rept between
The ItiuirN of O to H n. in.
' nnd 4 O p. in.
1 CH AS. B. WILSON,
Superintendent Water Works.
,Appro,yed: Jkq. E.Jlusu,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Oct. 24, 1882. ' 12
Creme do la Creme.
rpHE Ice Factories are in full Wst,
X and t-o mo
Elite Ice Oream Parlors!
They ili'c' Just freezing, which Is
lrilU you with? i' this Weather,
anil don't you forget it t
'Ico Cream can bt'lind from 11 a. m.
i to 11 p., in. at
1 Elite Ice Cream Purloin,
177 , - y 80 Hotel street.
lloyal Hawaiian Agricul
COPIES of the Drafts of Intended
Rules of the Society may ndw be
obtained fnim the undersigned mvmbcrs
of tllo Organizing Committee.
Tbobu desirous of joining the Society
can do, i-o by paying the annual subscrip
tion of $0 to cither of llie undersigned.
A. S. CLEGUORNi
J. S. WEBR.
Honolulu, Sept. 30, 1882. ' 209
BONE MEAL. , .
Tho undersigned have just received,'
'" Coiisiielo," a quantity of ,
Which they aie prepaied todispotc of in
Quanllllos to suit purchasort. ' ,
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
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Finest and Richest Goods
I Ever shown In this Kingdom '
thi: lr,KAnixci .
OF OHA8. J. FISHEL.,
EX STEAMER " SUEZ,"
This, Day. i
Rest California Putter, in tubs and jnn,
Ihirrcls I'i line Pork.
Ran els Extra Mess Reef,
Half.barrels extra Family Reef,
Cases Falrbank Liinl, ,"5 and. 10 lbs., -
Cases, CodlMi, i
Rags Callfouila Potatoes,
Rags Whole Rai ley,
Ritgs Gltnind B.iiley, ' '
.Rags Wheat, ' ' '
Rags AVhltc and PinlCReans,
IfSTAll are olleied, nd low prices..
, , t ROLLES & Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1882. 223 2w
'Elegantly Furnished Rooms
OR FAMILIES or SINGLE GEN.
TLEMEN. with all the convenien
ces and comforts of a home, w lth
Usp of Parlor.
Rooms are large ami well ventilated.
Torms, Strictly Moderate.
Corner of Hotel and Alakea streets.
- 172 Dm
rpo LET-tOtfE COTTAGE,
X containing 7 rooms, with stnbllng
iinu MViiy cuuv::ni'iuaT, siiiinieu im wie
J"ulns, about 1 iRo from town. Walerl
iiiKi in. i or pmiiciiniis appiy io
10.'. lin , At E. O. Hall & don's.
IOR SALE, a MULE C A It '17
. 'APnly'to V
103 l'-- II. Ilackfcld & Co .-
UNION FEKl) COMPANY, A. W..
Ui'riii, Manage'" See advertlfe
mvut ou other jiage, aq
.ik-bC 'W i ',; sbrnwA.. i..U
. ..-tusmtek- jm '.
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