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Strong North E. wind.
Nothing in night
' ' ARRIVALS.
Stmr'W II Kcocl from Hilo
Stmr Wnlirlnnnto from Wnimmmlo
II.I.K.M.S Nnycztiiiikfor Hongkong
Stmr Likeliko for windward ports
Stmr Molcolii for Kooltiu
Stmr Iwalani for Kona and Kim
Stmr C II Bishop for Knuai
Stmr Kilnuca Hon for Knhului
Sclir Emma for Hccln
Schr Kcknuluolil for Ilanalcl
Schr Wnilclc for Mnliko
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY
Schr Mana for Onoinea
Schr Kamoi for Kniwilahilnhi
Schr Lcahi for Kohalalclc
Sclir Uilama for Kolinla
Schr Mccfoo for Koolnu
Schr Gen Scgcl for Haimlci
Prom San Francisco per Discovery
May 15 J K Porter, r J K Orr, L
Howson, A Hood, C A Doody, Mr
P Drew, wife and 4 children, J L
Ross, P Petty and wife, Mr and Mrs
S Thompson, Mrs Barnes and child.
For Knhului, per Kilauea Hon,
May 15 W Henry, S Goss, mid
For Kona and Kan por Iwalani,
May 15 T W Everitt, Chas. N.
Spencer, E C Burns, H Merchant,
and 175 deck.
For windward ports per Likelike,
May 15 II N Alexander, Mrs C II
Dickey, Mrs Eukart, 3 children and
servant, A M Hewitt, W H Pattou,
E P Adams, L Dickey, J Brown, M
Vredenburg, Col Fildcr, Mr Herzod,'
F B Hastings, Miss Makee, W R
Seal, C Marnold, A Liegate, VT H
Cornwell, C Kempstcr, J Brother
hood, 4 Chinese, and 325 deck.
For Kauai per C R Bishop, May
15 J T Coleman,' S Macaulcy, L A
Andtcws Gov Kanao, Mr Lyrauge,
Mrs Mahoe, TV Beede and 125 deck
VESSELS IN PORT.
Stmt liadras, Bradley
Stmr Suck, Dodd
Stmr W H Kced
Ship1 Glcnbctvie, Groundwater
Bk 0. It. Tiahop, Wolters.
Bk Pacific Slope, Barnes.
Bk Livingston, Stcffeas.
Bk C O WJiitmore
Bktuc Eureka, Lee
Bktnc Grace Roberts
Bktnc Discovery , ,
Bgtne Morning Star
Tsrn J C Ford, Griffiths,
NEITHER the Captain or Agents
will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew of said vessel with
out their written order.
385 Wm. G. InwiN & Co., Agents.
OWING to the sevcity of water, the
hours for irrigation will bo
Iilmited to 4 hours per 4ay
from 0 to 8 a. m. and from 4 to 0 p.m.
until further notice.
OHAS. B. WILSON,
Approved V " Sup't Water Works.'
Jno. E. Busn, Minister of Interior.
May Oth, 1883.- 394
Proposals for Library Building
SEALED PROPOSALS for the erec
tion of the building designed for
the Library and Reading Room Associa
tion will be received up to and includ
ing Saturday, Mayilvth.
Estimates may be made for' the whole
orsnny part of said work.
Parties making estimates will givo
their figures for the masonry including
slate rQof, .carpenter work, plastering,
painting, and plumblnc 'and gas fitting
Plans and specifications can be seen
and estimates handed in at tho office of
A. J.Cartwrlght, Chairman of the Build,
ing Committee. 887
T"URING my absence from this King.
j oom my son, anwAiiD a. aioihbk
ky, will transact all business for me
under my full power of attorney.
Honolulu, May 0, 1883. 200 lw
HAS REMOVED his Office and Rcsl.
denco to tho
Car. Qf BlcUardB sua BeretaaU Sts.
Office Houns 8 to 10 a.m. j 1 to 8
851 p.m.; 8:80 to 7:30 p.m 8m
INSTRUCTIONS in Gymnastics will
lw given to Ladles and -Children
3E vary Saturday Morning:
From 9 to 11 o'clock, in addition to the
Evening Classes. " S. B. DOLE
880 President Athletic Association
-- " City of New Yoiik,"
AT HAND THIS DAY.
May 11, '83. (808) BOLLES & Co.
jgPAClFIU MAIL Steam-
POll SAN KUANU1SOO,
The Splendid Steamship
Will lcavo Honolulu for San Fianolsco
on ornbout .lunu 3.
FOll SYDNEY via AUCKLAND
Tho Splendid Steamship
City of New York,
Scarl, - - Commander,
On or about June 10.
For fi el glit or passago apply to the
Wo are now prepared to issue ticket
to San Francisco and return for $125,
the Round Trip.
II. Hackvsmi & Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The A 1 German
Bark C. R. BishoD.
TI. Wolters. ..... Master,
Will navo quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or'pnssage apply to
II. HtCKFELn & Co., Agents.
C. BREWEIt & Co's
BOSTON AND HONOLULU
LINE OF PACKETS.
The Bark Martha DaVis
Will sail fiom Boston, on or about the
1st of June. Orders filled promptly,
and ft eight taken at tho lowest rates.
Apply to C. BREWEIt & Co.
310 Queen St., Honolulu.
TnK FAST SAILING
will run icgularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
181 A. F. Cooke, Agent.
A. FRANK COOKE,
Office, corner Nmmnunnd Queen streets,
, Honolulu, II. I.,
Agent for the following Packets:
Wailclc,- jJ-A Waioli,
Walchu, S3$r Waimalu.
Malolo, 4UM3 Kaluna,
Mana, 996K Julia,
Ka Moi, and Ehukai.
Red Flag, with White Ball.
E. C. McCANDLESS
OFFERS FOR SALE
Bbls G. B. Salmon, extra,
BblB Skeena Biyer Salmon,
Bbls Frazer Biyer Salmon,
Hlf bbls Salmon, choice,
Bbls & hlf bbls Plant. Salmon
Kits Salmon Bellies.
Stalls, Nos, 2 and 3
890 lm HONOLULU.
S. F. QRAHAJI.
S. M. CARTER & 00.
& King Street, - Honolulu, H. I.
Retail Dealkhs in
Coal and Feed.
TlTE'Tvould nollfy tho public, and
3 uousc Keepers in, particular, uini
tltics to suit purchasers and at LOWEST
RATES, fuel, as follows ;
Hard and Soft Woods,
Cut any lengths;
Charcoal, N.S.W. Newcastle Coals,
Scotch' Coals, and the
Celebrated Wellington Mine
Departure Bay Coals ;
Also, Blacksmith's Coal.
The abovo can be ordered by tclpphono
or otherwise, and luimcdiato delivery
GIVE US A. CALL I
Telephone, No, 305.
WE ALSO KEEP IN STOCK
Hay and Oats,
California and New Zeulundj
Barloy, Whole and Ground;
Wheat, Corn Wholo and Oraokod;
Bran, Middlings, and other Feed,
tarOrder the abovo through
ami wc warm"' "
- quick delivery, and full
weight. Orders from tho other
to allpaitsof die city,
Remember, 83 Kin? street,
880 HTAnd Telophono No. 803.
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y,
mi: a l
Iron Steamer Suez,
UODD, - - - COMMANDKn
Will Icavi Honolulu
FOR SAN FRANCESCO
For freight or passage, h.nlng superior
ncconiodatlonu, apply to
12 1 Wm. O. Iiiwin i. Co., Agents.
gfeOceanic Steamship Co
l'or IIotiKkoiic, China,
The British Steamer " Suez,"
Will leave for the abovo port on or about
JUNE 15th. Freight or pasagc may bo
secured in ndvancu by application to
Wm. G. Ikwix &. Co., Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
MNE OF STEAMERS.
bates, .... Commander,
Runs regularly to Kona and Kau, as
per following timetable:
L.UAVK9 Honolulu at 4 r.Ji. on
Tuesday, April 3
Friday, " 1
Tue-day, " 24
Friday. May 4
Tuesday, May lo
Friday, " 25
Tuesday, June 5
Friday, " lft
Aurivks at Honolulu:
Wednesday, Ap 11
Saturday, " 21
Welnojilay, My 2
Saturday, " 12
Wednesday, My 23
Siturday, Jo 2
Wednesday, " 13
Saturday, " 23
The C. B. Bishop,
cAMnnoN, - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwlli, Koloa, Elcclc,
and Waimca, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawlliwili every Friday evening.
The James Makee,
mcdonalu, - Commander,
every Thursday, at 5 p.m. for Kapaa and
Kilauea. Returning leaves Kapaa
every Tuesday evening.
King, - Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lnhaina, Mna
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, K
awaihac, Laupahoehoo and Uilo.
Returning, will touch at all the
alove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
Cocoanuts ! Cocoanuts !
Ex Sclir Mana,
From Gilbert and Marshall Islands.
For sale In quantities to suit.
Ct Apply to A. F. COOKE.
. , CO O
la On King street, near Punch.
dgslin bowl street, in ono of tho
WW most central localities in
Honolulu, I have three prot'y Cottago
glooms to rent to gentlemen. Thcso
' rooms (15 x 10) have just been built nnil
nowlyaud neatly furnished, with both
room, water, plousant grounds, shad
trees, and all convenience. rr''
men wlmdosira a com" gent)0.
WQV Indue .l0rlnblo aboJo no
.uient can lie oHercd in the
Address or apply to
J. E. WISEMAN.
Real Estate and Hous-o Uiokcr,
400 2w 27 Merchant btreet.
A Goed Okauce.
ANYONE thut hai use
'Hit AY can uctone chcan
by applying to
' ' G. II. ROBERTSON,
881 lm Queen street.
8 8 t) I
J2J w r S3
IS 1 o
B87X3I flEiw Jm
Ladles' and Gent's
Gold and Silver Watches
Just to hand.
Every Watch warranted as
Fac-simlle ot Silver Cases.
ViN. "BBsnrlogflii M
A. W. RICHARDSON & GO.
BCa-ve Removed to
No. 68 FORT STREET,
Nearly opposite their former place
LYCAN & JOHNSON,
IinporterH ai:l Ilcnlcrn in
Pianos, Organs, Harmoniums, Concertinas,
Banjos, Violins, Flutes, Drums, Brass Baud
Instruments, and Strings for all
Having purchased tho entire hilcicct of Mr. Geo. T. 'Wells, In this Kingdom,
we shall continue to keep constantly on hand a full assortment of everything that
ho did; and as we shall be adding to our Uocl: by every arrival fiom tho United
States and Europe, you can always see something new and beautiful in tho Fancy
Goods and Furniture Departments.
Just Received XVom Japan,
3000 Fans & other beautiral Japanese Goods
2000 Chairs, just received per Amy Turner, of tho latest styles,
from $0 to $80 por dozen.
Where do yon Bay yonr
IN ASKING THE ABOVE Question
wo simply desire you to cxamlno
closely three main points :
Snd, Mtylc-FIt and Work.
aril. Price Hire or Bill.
And when you nro satisfied with conclu
sions, pay, ns a visit, and wo guarantco
Quality of atntorlnl.
ftfcylu or JTlfc ana Worlc
Saving of SO per cent
In your order. If these nro Mi(Uccn,t
considerations plcasq cull al thp
Great American Clothing House
11 Nuujuin Street,
393 ly Cppier of Jlarlne.
Jubt Receive 1, an Invoice of
OllNAMUIiTAJ. & VWVVL
I !, O IV TV- J K, E2
Handsomo Parlor Safes,
Smoking Tablc3, complctoj
Ink Stands, modern and ancient
Letter "Weights, Card Kccuivcrs,
Statuary, Crucifixes, &c, &c,
FOR SALE I1Y
(3081m E. HOETSCHLAEaEE & Co,
Agent for this Kingdom
N. B. Beware of imita
tions, ns I havo discovered
several silver watches bear
ing the nnmc of " Wnltham
Wntches," which arc of Swiss
Manufacture, and arc sold as
genuine Walthnm watches.
Mt HloGcitifo-lh.lt Iho anrmmrrmHn
Ma K UNITCO STATU UlNTASSAYv'
Knc-similu ot Gold Cases
Not as yet generally known.
THE Public throughout Honolulu may
not know that the piemlses recently
occupied by "SV. E. Herrick, at No. 110
lort Street, opposite tho Pantheon Sta.
blcs, Is now known ns the
" City Sliooiiiff SIiop.f
This new Establishment, will be a
sourccof gratification toourcommunitv
uinsmuchas cruel and torturous shooine
has herctoforo been to largely practlctS
on man's noblest animal by so called
Edward Doyle, the well known ox.
pcrleneed and skilful Hoiso Shoor in
inanager of this Mmp, which is a reco'm.
mendation in ifn-lf, ,l(i wltll Ul0 mctU
cal intaUtijuco of Andrew Hrown. tlft
I lorn-man, ourcllistciis may fully ro'..
their merits as master mechan' "''
It vould well rtnav , ',
vUlt and vmuqIuv . , J",r ","ns t0,
Foot TttHi uw , ooakng Stalls anil
far operttt'' -! and built expressly
nor' ..S wounded and disabled
.o, which no other shop in this
lUugdom has adopted.
b S. I. SHAW,
Proprietor " City Shoeing Shop."
888 tf 110 Fort Btreet.
W. E. HERRICK
HAS UUMOVKl) HIS
From 110 Fort street,
XO BEXII13L STHEET,
opposite tho Bethel, next door to
Dalglo's maclilue bhop and Hrun's Fur
niture Factory, whero lie vlll contlnuo
to supply his cublomers itli all kinds of
Wood and Ivory Turning
Thankful for past favors, he hopes for
n.coutiuuauce of the tiimc, UV0 dj