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THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 1882.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Entried of boats for llic races nt
llio.Ariuory, nt 11 o'clock.
Mr. Adams will null at 12 noon,
at Suit's Room, valuable sugar, Kalo
anil Pasture Lands.
Kinder Clinton lliblo Class, at !J.
Sociable, at Jlolhcl Vestry, 7: !J0.
(;. a. n., k. 0rr. iiaii, 7-;m.
,1'ire Department. 7:110.
Yesterday, the Alaska was ob
bcived to be Hying her Hug half
mast high. On enquiring we found
it was to honor thu memory of lleur
Admiral iteaumonl, who had died in
August. The deceased gentleman
entered the service in 1838 as :i
midshipman, and when ho retired
was in charge of Portsmouth Navy
Yard, lie was about 01 years of
age. At noon 151 minute guns
THE FIRST HAWAIIAN COIN.
AVk have- been shown n silver
meihtl, a little larger than a dime,
but much thicker, which has brcn
got up by Messrs. Hroglio & Spear,
the, enterprising jewclera of J'ort
street. The obvcr&c bears a full
fiicc portrait of His Majesty, with
llie' legend, "Kalakaua 1., Ka Moi o
Hawaii," and on the lcvcrsu is a
wreath of Iniuel. leaves encircling a
urouh, surmounting the figures
1882. It is intended to be worn on
bangles, and can be had in cither
gold or silver.
For the month of October. Cause
of death: Asthma .", Aneurism 1,
Abcess 1, Bronchitis 1, Consump
tion G, Cancer I, Croup 1, Dropsy
8,, Dibcase of Lungs 1, Disease of
Heart 2, Dysentery (5, Gangrene 1,
Old Ago 5, Paralysis 2, Teething 1,
unknown l.'S, "Whooping Cough 1.
Comparative monthly mortality.
October, 1878, 17 deaths; October,
187!l', hi deaths ; October, 1880, ol
deaths; October, 1881, -10 deaths;
October, 1882, f I deaths.
. . J.soXlI. DltOWN,
Agent Hoard of Health.
AVe have iccoivcd advance sheets
of a little woik which is to be scat
tered broadcast over tho world. J;
AVilliams & Co., the well-known
photographers, on Fort street, have
prepared n handy little .Tourist's
Guide for gratuitous distribution in
all pails of the globe.
It is a well-written little article,
and' fairly points out most of the
objects of interest in the group, and
the means of attaining a view of
them. It will be , illustrated by
miniature- photographs of places of
interest. The enterprise of under
taking such a thing will be seen
when we st.tto that it is intended to
issue u first edition of 50,000 copies.
AVe trust that Mr. William's
efforts to render the Wands a popu
lar resoit for foreign tourists will
meet its due reward.
AVe have received a copy of the
Union Volunteer, a payor devoted
to the interests of tiie soldiers and
bailors engaged in the war. AVo ex
tract the following puzzle from its
interesting columns: "A duel was
lately fought in Texas by Alexander
Shott' and John Nott. Nott was
shot and Shott was not. In this caso
it is better to be Shott than Nott.
There .was a rumor that Nott was
not shot, and Fhotl avows that he
shot Nott, which proves cither that
the fihofiShott shot at Nott w as not
hhot or that Nott was shot notwith
standing. Circumstantial evidence
io not always good. It may bo made
to appear on tiial that the shot
Shott shot tihot Nott, or) as acci
dents., with iirearnib nrofrequont,
"may be possible that tho shot Shott
tthot shot Shott himself," when the
whole atfair would lesolvo itself Into
Its original element, and Shott would
bo shot and Nott would be not. AVe
think, how eer, that tho shot Shott
shot shot not Shott hut Nott; any
way it is hard lo tell who was shot.
Yr.n:itbAY, at 1 :U0 Km., the
Diitish steamer Madras, Captain
Bradley, 2G days from Hongkong,
arrived in poll. She was boarded
by the Port Physician, "ins she had
hoisted tho yellow Hag outside. This
was done ns n measure of precau
tion only, as there was no sickness
on board. She is en route for Vic-
loiia, B.C., and has 10!) passengeis
for there, and none for this port.
She will land GOO tons freight here.
She is built in Stockton, 1,G72 tons
burthen, ami is owned by Lcaroyd
Tho AVnichu will bo hovo down for
The Now York Maritime Jtccis-
ter, of Oct. 11th, reports: Bark
Bcmijio, Howes, from Now Castle,
N.S.AV., for San Francisco, via Ho
nolulu, with coal, met with three
successive gales on July 3rd, 0th
and 12th, between lat. 20.3G S. and
31 S., and between 1GG K. and 171
AY. The vessel Htiflercd consider
ably in hull, sails and ligging,
started topsides badly, carried away
some top spars, and threw over
board 2." tons of coal. Sho fortun
ately had a Meant pump aboard, and
having secured the rent m her side,
in atempoiary manner, she made
for Lcvuka for repairs, ,the cost of
which is estimated at no less than
X.'iOO, Two hundred tons of coal
were discharged to get at the leak,
and have been sold. She was still
at Lcvuka on Aug. 2.
Kliuoi' Areruon, Humphries, "vas
loading at New York, Oct. 11th, for
The schoojicr Emma will go to
day at 1 i.Jt. to AVaialua and AVai
anac, as she has been thoroughly
overhauled and repaired.
The Hovcro brought .r7f,000 feet
of lumber and 50,000 laths to Allen
The Buena ATista brought 52!), 1W
ft. of lumber and 75,000 shinglc3 for
Haekfcld & Co.
LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
S. J. Levey won tiie " Livermotc
Pet" throw 50.
AVk hear the Government House
boat crow has disbanded, and will
unite again under a ficsh leader.
Has the coinage question had that
consideration and discussion which
its importance demands?
JK3y Ex Zcalandia, Gents lino
Tweed Suits, at Clias. .L Fishcl's.
Am. the Norwegians now in Oahu
gaol were put to work on the roads
on Tuesday, by order of the Mar
shal. -. --- -
Mh. Ellin is again to the front
with his bales of stock-. Tuesday,
25 shares of Telephone Stock at, $50.
AVednestlay, 20 shares Star Mill, at
A most glorious picnic was held
on Saturday by courtesy of Mr. F.
Brown at his AVaikiki residence.
No less than sixty-one ladies were
there and not one of the baser sex.
The whole day was spent in enjoy
ment and bathing.
AVr. hear that Mr. Hinckley, wild
had his passport stopped by Dr.
1'odgors, has written a very' vulgor
letter to both doctors, addressing it
to Dr. Fitch. AVe nr c sure all
right minded men will reprobate
such disgraceful conduct.
337 Good unbleached cotton
lly.udb, for only?! 1.00, ut Clias.
J. Fishcl's LcadingJlilliuory llouso.
Tin; Hawaiian red' libbon league
of libei ty and freedom now numbers
about 30 members. Many "of its
members say that they do not think
but wish to show that'they slaud",up
for their rights. ,
Two boat-loads of wtockago were
brought fioni tho Niagara on Tues
day, and sold for lirowood to China
men. The wheat U washed entirely
out of the hold, so there is no fur
ther fear of an epidemic from that
Tin: lion. J, H. AVitlkor ycfalcrdny
took charge of tho Auditor General's
ofllce. lie has been for sonio weeks
getting things ready, and yesterday
was formally installed in his olllcc.
AVe feel sure 'he will llll- the post to
the Mthi'twliou of sll MrtlwV
Miu Cuxii.v has not lost anything
by stopping his free lunch but, on
the contrary, has gained. AVo im-
I dcrsland ho ceased giving them nt
tno request ol a prominent temper
ance man, who urged him not to
make tho place so attractive to boys.
A i.i'.rrr.u was received from Eng
land by the last mall, by Mr. Levy
Isaac, in tho Chamberlain's olllcc,
from a friend, in which the safe ar
rival" of Hid Hawaiian youths was
noticed, and what is more interest
ing to Knglishuicn contained some
dried buttercups and daisies. Mr.
Isaac Will be happy to show them to
any one desiring to sec once again
"sweet llowors from home."
G3J"AVInU? open front shirts, at
Clias. J. Fishcl's Leading Millinery
House. : . -
fCyPlain Sateens nil colois,' at
Clias. J. Fishcl's Leading .Millineiy
KjHOOO ymds of Qucchco nil wool
flannel, from 25 cts. up, at Chns. J.
Fishcl's Leading Milium y House.
f-lietlM for tho Dally llnllctln.)
Tho movement to raise a monu
ment to Longfellow in AVestminster
Abbey is one which is deserving pf
sympathy and support. We hng
lish admired tho pleasant numbers
of tho blameless bard almost if not
quite as much as they were admiied
i... i.: ..... t. ... l...
ij() jun u vu i;iiiiuii viftiuii. -it iii.ij ui.', i
too, that -wo had ;i jpster apprecia
tion of tho majority of his poems.
"Hiawatha" notwithstanding, Long
fellow was essentially a lit itinli poet,
a bard of , Old as well u of Now
England, therefore it itr only right
that wo should do .oursolycs tho
honour of 'placing Something to help
to keep his memory green in AArest
minstcr Abbey. Theoo are, my views,'
and yet I would ask il there is not a
danger of making the Longfellow
Memorial Committee a rather
ridiculous body ? It would bo just
as wiso-to appoiuta committee ot tho
whole nation, with power to add
tho names of nobody to a list which
included at the outset of tho under
taking those of Alfred Tennyson
and liobcrt Bt owning. Ouco let
the suspicion arise that it is moro
with a desire to advertise themselves
than with the view of benefiting tho
undertaking that men arc joining
tho committee, and tho thing be
comes a mark for tho shafts of the
f-atirist. The work should bo nobly
done, or not at all.
Atiction Sales by E. P. Adams
Sale of Valuable
Sugar, Kalo & Pasture Lands!
la Lnliiiiiiii, .Muul.
Uy order of Trustee of the Lunalilo
Estate, I shall offer for site, for cash, at
tliu Court llou-ein Lnhalnn, Island of
Chilli, at 12 o'clock noon,
Thursday Nov. 2d,
The following pieces of Land, eleven
Lots In llic
Alnipuaa of Polaimi !
Awnided 8"!), J), Apan.i 25 to W. C.
Lunalilo, e,s follows!
Lot 1 Pasture Tiind lying on tiie Sea
Lot 2 Caac and Pasture- Land, 1-1 30
fALotU Cniip, Piistuio and Kalo Land,
11 IKWUM MUIL"S
Lot -I Kalo Land, 1 51-100 acres.
Lot r Kalo Land, 8400 neie.
Lot (i Ktiln Land, 0.100 acre.
Lot T Kalo Land, 2-100 aeie.
Lot 8Knlo land, 2-100 acie
Lot l lVluro land, 10 87-100 ants
Lot 10 Cine and Ptisliuu land, 55 . "50-
Lot 11 Kilo land, mostlv taken up
with kulcanus wl ole area 7 50-100 acres.
1 1 lots In tho Ahupuaa ol Kuholiloa,
A wind 855!) 1), ApantiSO, toAV. C. Luna.
lilo, ns follows:
Lot 1 Kalo land, -15-100 aero
Lot 2 Kalo land, 1 22-100 acre
Lot 11 Old kalo land, 88-100 acre
Lot -1 ICnlo land, 1 1-100 aero
Lot 5 IValo land. 2-100 icio
Lot 0 Kalo and kuln land, 03-100 acre
Lot 7 Kalo land, 2-100 acre
Lot 8 Kalo land. 10-100 acfc
Lot tl Kalo and kula land, 17-100 neie
Lot 10 Pastille hind, GO 8U-100 acres
Lot 11 Pastuie land, U0 50-100 aeres
6 lo!$ in tho land ol Kukuikapu,
Award 277 to AV.O. Lunalilo, as follows:
Lot 1 Cane and kalo land, 12 12-100 ae
Lot 2-Ciihe & kalo hind, 11 G8.100 ae
Lot U Cimo Si knltf'lnnd, 14 7.100 ac
Lot 4 Cnno & kalojand, 11 12-100 no
Lot 5 C.me it k.ilgi land, 8 08-100 utt
Lot (I Cnno & kalo land, 11 22-100 lie
The areas given aio c.clu-lvo of kule-
iiuiH within thu lioiindarles.
E. V. Adam!, Aurl'r.
VSrANTEn, Inimedl-itoly, Niir,e Olrl,
Yi to lake care of 2 children. Ap
ply at thi-i olllee. 2!W
TITHE l.Mdertiincd accepts the Cliql
X lunge of .hunt) P. S.iunders, to play
a auittli sflinoof Dlllnptls of 500 points.
Die bm 2 out of 11, o.i Wvduvodiiy oven
ln;r, Nov. Bth. 1832, at a place agreeable
to both pintle.".
Honolulu, Noy,,J, 1882. 2U5 Ut
Xoticc to C'oiibIkiicc&;1
vt-if. Consignees of merchandise
per JiritlKli S. S. ".MiulrnV
jBrntllcv. commander, will
please enlor their goods nt the Custom
House, and pay frelRht at tho olllco of
the ttmtcrgljrncii. All goodi remaining,
on the wliiirf after 8 p. in. will be nt'tliu
risk of the owners thereof.
!W5 lit. 11. HAcfthiM) Sz Co., Agcntrt.
NOTICE 18 1IKHKHY GIVEN -TO
'nil persons Ihnt'nt n meeting held
on the !ilsl day Oct., 1882, of Hitliscrlliuis
lo tjie stock ol the I'.utkmt Sugar Co., It
IW voted to accept n Chatter of Iueorpo
ration granted to them and their iwmi.
ciittiMnml But-ecfsors, under thueorporato
name and style of the Pmiktin BunrCo.,
on the 20th day of Oct., 1882, and Hint
tho corporation, under mild Charter,
thereupon organized itself and elected
the Xollowhvg named olllcers of the
J. Austin President,
i S. I.. Atsnx A'lce l'icsrtdcnt,
P. C. .loxns, ,m...Sco'y it Ttc.isuicr,
J. O. Caiitkh Auditor,
Notion Is father given that pursuant
to the terms of mid Clmitcr, " No'Sfock.
holder shall individually be liable for
the debts of the corporation beyond the
amount which shall lie due upon the
slinre or Bliurcs nelu or owned by
233 P. C. .Toxnp, Jit, Scc'y.
NOTICK IS HEHEIJY GIVEN TO
all nei'MiiM that at a meetinir held
Oct. 21ft, 1882, of Mibseiibeis to thu
Stock of the Oaomea Sugar Co., it was
voted to accept aChaitarof Incorpora
tion granted to them and their iiHsouintci
n nd Hiiccessoiv, inider the corporate name
and Htvlc of the Onomea Supir Co., on
Ihe 20th day of October, 1882, and Hint
llic corporation, under aid Charter,
theiciipon organized ltclf and elected
the following named olllccrs of the
S L AUSTIN" President
J AUSTIN Vice-President
P.C.IONKS,Jn Stcittnry "
G 11 ltOSS Tieasurer
Notice is further sjivcti that )ursunut to
the teins of wild Chaitei, "No Stock
bolder shiill individually be liable for
the debts of theeoiporallon beyond the
amount which shall bo due upon the
share or sliaic held or1 owned by him.
t-elf. P. C. JONES, .In., Scc'y.
FIJ T31K PVMaW.
OAVNEltS of Ileal Estate will always
Ond it to their aduintage to place
their homes and lands in my care for
dis)'o-nl,ns I am the only acknowledged
Heal Estate Urokcr on the Islands,
Agents nail PhmtcrH, and all other em
ployees of mechanics and laborers will
do well to notify mo when vacancies oc
cur. Leases, deeds, bonds, mortgages, and
all other legal paqers ill awn in proper
Books and accounts kept,
r. . Mill
Letters and Engrossing done,
and geneial business office work of
every deseiiption attended lo and always
on the most reasonable leims.
JOSEPH E. AVISEMAN, ,
Ofllce 27 Meichnnt Street, Honolulu.
Telephone 172. P. O. Uo.v, 315
6 Good Rough Carpenters,
For llume w ork. Apply to '
232 1 w . AV. G. imVIN & Co.
WANTED. Immediately, a centrally
located Cottage, within ic.ison
ah i) wjilkhifr dihtanco lo busines'sgituii.
lion on the AVaikiki side of Foil street.
Jlust have three bedrooms.
J. E. AVlHKMAJf.
Watch this space !
, , '
' i " AND
A. splendid and varied ni-nnilmcnt
221 LEWEKS & COOKE.
- - - Tfr -
fPO L E T O N K ' O O T T AGE,
X contnbiinj; 7 rooms, with stabling
and every eonvnience, situated on llio
P'abu, about 1 i"l! fiom town. AVater
butt in. For pnrilculaia applv lo
AtJE, 0. Hull & Son's.
Notice, f V 1,
Regatta, November 16, 1882.
ALL pnrties who have bonta lo cnlrr
foe tho llnccs oit' Ills Majesty's
lllrthday, are Invited to meet tho Exceti.
livo CoianilUev at thoJVHBOrJ3n
Thtiredny, Nov. 2, nt 11 a. m.
J. U. Kawaimui, -
FllANK OODKltKT, '
231 2t Secretaries.
h Bj' '&' '
A splendid and varied assortment
Just Opened I
SAMUEL NOTT, ',
, C2P Fort Nli-ccf. -a
b fe b k b .
rjtUIGATION, nfterthls dale, Is strict:
X ly forbidden, e.ccpt between ,
The JloiirN or O lo S n. in. , ;
nml 4 to O . m.
CHAS. B. AV1LSON,
Supcrinlendcnt AVntcr AVorks.
Appro ed ;;I.so. E. Ufsit, .
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Oct. 24, 1882. 126
Creme de la Creme.
THE Ice Factories arc in full blast,
. and to are '
Elite Ice Cream Parlors!
They are ust ficc.lng, which is
Vhut yon cant hi this Weather,
and don't you forget it I
Ice Cream can bo had from 11 a. m.
to 11 p. jii. nt
Elite Ice Cicam Parlors,
177 80 HAtol Mrect.
EX STEAMER " SUEZ,"
Best California Butter, in'tubs and jars,1
Barrels Prime Pork, . .
Barrels Extra Jlcss Beef,
Hal Muriel s e.trn Family Beef,' '
Cases Fnlrlunk Lard, 5 and 10 lbs.. .
Bags California Potatoes, r '
Bags AVlioIe Barley, .- ?
Bags Ground Bailey,
Bags -Wheat, !
Bags AVhito and Pink Beans, , ',
2!A11 aio oil'ered nt low prices. ,
Honolulu, Oct. II), 1882. 223 2w
; EEB SALMON!
To arrive by the "Ella,"
For sale bv
'23 1 at
O. Brewer & Co.
i Geo. tivciiiig;Ii,
ftoal Ettato and Gonoral Buslnois Aenl-.
88 King street, Honolulu.
Solicitor for the " Saturday Press."
. 233 lm
WANTED oiders for Chincso Cooks
and Domestic Servants. ' '
233 lw GEO. CAVENAGH.
FOU SALE, a splendid Sorrel Horse,
quiet, in harness pr Middle. Also,
good second-hand Eprc.s, cheap.
233 lw GEO. CAVENAGII.
FOB SALE, n No. 2
Yai'diouse Feed Mill
. Grinds from 5 to 10 tons per day.
Al.sp, pulleys, belts', etc., all In ood
orderi can be inn by Htonm or horao
power, just the article foi'a plantation.
HAY, OATS, C0IIN, "
AVheat, Uran, Barley, AVliolc and
Ground, Mixed Feed, etc.
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST
CO LA1NE Co., 84 Fort' Bt.
aAVO OFFICES TO LET, on the.sec
ond floor of tho building occupied
by J. AV. Robertson & Co Mil
Furniture For Sale.
COMPLETE set of Furniture for sale,
Clienp,nit rear cottage, No, 2 Adams
Lime, corner Hotel street. Call any
evening Uih month. 230 lw
sJlW h& A SPLENDID Opportunity Is
&&18 lW"llem)tobuy ,thc Popu.
Eai&HSsU ,,r Lodging House recently
occupied and conducted by Mrs. AVhlle,
at, Id Foit street. Tim piemlsos contain
1 store, 17 bediooms, kitchen, dining and
bath room. The rooms arc all lilcely
furnished and in perfect ouler. For
fuither partlculais apply to present pro.
prlolor, F. AV. AVALLAOE, 123 Fort st.,
Honolulu.? - , i . ' ' aifl
I7LEGANTLY FURNISHED Rooms
1 to let, single or double, with all tho
conveniences and tomfoils of a home.
Rooms nre' lnrge and well venillalcd.
Terms sti icily moderate.' Apply at No.
2 Adtiiub Lane. 211 lilt
17011 SALIC, a MULE CaRT,
X Apply to
102 H. lldcUfhl & Co A-