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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24, 18815.
Diamond Head, Oct. 21, OiilO n.m.
Light N. E. wind.
Nothing in sight. t
Stmr Jus Malice from Kauai
Catering from Ilnnnlci
Stmr Likclikc for windward ports
13k Martha Davis for Hongkong
13k Mnllsgnto for Portland Or
Torn IMary Dodge for P't Townsend
Schr Waimaln for llakalau
13ktiiP J A Falkinbnrg for S. V.
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Schr Mannokawai for Waimca .
Stmr Waimanalo for Waimanalo
Schr Kanikcaouli for Ilonokaa
Schr Gen Scigcl for Koolau
Schr Mary Alice for Molokai
For S. F. per J. A. Fnlkcnburg
Oct. 23 Mr McQhai ry, T G. Young.
From Kauai per Jas Makce Oct.
23 F M Butler and 30 deck.
For windward ports,, per Likclikc,
Oct. 23 A Grosser, Mia .1 Austin,
'J Klinger and wife, M Kinney, C
Notlcy, M Kauiilio and wiTe. V.r F
Blanc'k, S 13 Rose, Mrs Makai, W IT
Riokurt, 1? Laverv, S ,Maeaully G
W Kclley, .1 llicliaidsun, G-lMIuit,
L Von Tcinp.sk y, T J Ilayscldun,
'W Y Horner, Mrs H, Corn well, G
bsburn, E 13 Thomas, W 'Braid wood
E Silver, J Seize, L A Andrews,
Mr Ropancfc and 95 deck.
SHIPPING NOTES. J
The ,1. A. FnlUinlmnj staled yestcidny
for Sui Fi.mcisco. She took u,8Gl pkgs
of hugar,,0.i0.btigs of rice and 8;5 'Us of
old iron,' total domestic value :5.4!)7.01.
The S.S. Alameda will sail for Sau
Francisco Thursday Nov. 1st at 12 noon
The Courser swung about and began
discharging from the hold yesterday.
The schr. Haleakala. was -hove down
The bark (Martha Hideout has been
sold to Mr. J. I. Dowscett, her crew
have been discharged and Mr. Dowsett
will have her broken up by his natives.
The Martha Davis sailed yesterday
with 91 Chinese passengers. When the
upper main top-sail was being hoisted
the tic broke, the yard came clown and
broke the slings.
Schr Catcrina brought 870 bgs paddy.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Stkeet scraping improved Fort street
. o .
Lyons & Levi' sell some apples to
day at noon.
' s Tree trimming and steam rolling are
improving Beretunia Street.
The baseball match against the Maui
team will be played by the Honolulu
The Stock and bond exchange will
meet in future every Wednesday morn
ing instead of Monday,
"Wells Faiigo ii Co. sent down about
llfty packages by the Alameda besides
the usual quantity of letters.
A native boy in Hamakua has been
arrested on the charge of murdering the
Chinaman found dead. at Ilonokaa.
The government Hags will be half
mast high to-dajv out-of respect to the
lateJtC. Plluger, who was ITawaiian
Consul at Bremen.
The Police Court lias been occupied
during the last two days with an unusu-1
sually large-number of cases of drunken
ness and assault and battery.
At the meetingof stock-holders of the
Ilonokaa Sugar Company held yesterday
it was decided to reduce the value of the
shares from 2,000 to 100 each.
Among i&iptaiii Morse's numerous
friends, who welcomed him back' to
Honolulu, was a native, who, in days
goue by, had served under the Captain,
and yesterday greeted him warmly.
In the Civil Court on Monday several
cases were, sottled outside the judicial
precincts, and several were continued.
Ahlo obtained judgment against Aki, on
a promisory note for 102, with interest
Mh. C. O. Beuuek, agent for tho New
York News Letter, has been distributing
copies of that paper through town. It
contains some Interesting information of
the New York Life-insurance Company,
of which Mr. Bcrger is the agent.
Peok'b bad boy and his Pa. Mc$srp.
J. M. Oat Jr. & Co. have kindly seat
us a copy of this amusing book. Yes
terday morning they unpacked fifty
of these 'books and by 2 'o'clock had
none left. More have been sunt for.
lv is not expected that Mrs. D. J.
Staples or Mis's Kittlo.Staples.will make
a long visit to Honolulu, as Mrs, Staples
'comes merely to receive the' benefit of
tho sea voyago, Mrs. Staples enter
tained His Majesty when on his last
visit to San Francisco.
One of the planters at the" late meet.
Ing of the l L. and S. Co. said thai
Fanning' Islnnd Guano pi educed a
belter jicld than hone meal.
W it luivi' again to acknowledge, with
lliankw, the leoi'ipt of Mesrx. Palmer &
Roy's Pucijk Printer. It is as full of
Interesting information im ever.
.1. Clusebio lias liooii rommitted for
trial at the November sessions, to bo
held in Wuhticii, mi a charge of stealing
the money lot from Uio Likelikc's More
at Liiupahot'hnc. Clio.sebro K now in
The New York Herald of September
'20th, publishes an account of an inter
view with Mr. J. li. Scariest. .Jr.. one of
the sugar coinnii'-'ilone;,i. This gcntlc
maif b views are not favorable to this
country, its government, or it continu
ance of the treaty.
Mn. II. M. Benson, Mr. Goo. W.
Smith and Mr. D. McCartney jr. have
now settled down to business in the
store lately occupied by Palmer &
Timelier. The two latter gentlemen are
favorably known, .in the drug business,
to the Honolulu public and will doubt
less receive a merited Miare of public
Hanlan's last, from an American pa
per. " T am ready to bcl 5,000 I can
row three mile faster than any man
alive. V will make another piopnM
tibn 1 will undertake; the task of row
ing six race in one week; that, N, I will
mutch myself ngainM si.v picked oar.
iiiti of the world lo row ix nice of one
mile. each, each race to be for :?1,000."
Tiiri Bell Hod; is .15 days out. She
brings 1, -103 passenger", of whom thcie
are 89 single men, I!07 mauled men, 294
married women', 1&6 children of 12 years
of age and upwards, 408 childicn from 1
to 12 years, 07 children under a year old.
The number of meni applied for i 483,
and 3!)(1, or nbout 00 per cent, arc on the
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Mil, Cruzan. in his Sunday morning
sermon, on the, 'Nursery of the Church,'
advocated but one sermon on Sundays,
and thought that more attention should
be paid to children's Sunday Schools.
He said that many parents had no ob
jection to their liftle ones attending
such schools, but, from indolence and
negligence, did not send them, and
he thought that the children would be
allowed to come if the parents were
A safe is n necessity in this country
where most of the buildings are of
wood. This is especially the case when
one can be bought like that of Way's,
which withstood the King St. 'fire. A
new consignment of Macneale and Ur
ban's safes has just been received by
Mr. C. O Bcrger; many of them are al
ready ordoredi ' and there arc now 5C0 of
this firm's safes in use on these islands.
They can be purchased on the time-pay.
ment system and are always a safe in
Correspondence is solicited on the top
ics of the day, or what may become so.
"Wc reserve the riffht to excise purely
"Wc do not hold ourselves responsible
for the opinions expressed by our cor
Editoe Bulletin : Now that the
Inter-Island steamer traffic is becom
ing greater; and traveling around
the various 'islands at night more
frequent, it is, time the Government
did something towards erecting
light-houses on all the most promi
nent points, harbors, bays, and
landings. Out of the man' stopping
places' made by the' Iwalani along
the Kona and Kau coast only one
light has been elected by tho Go
vernment. This light is at Hooke
na, and was placed' in position by
Mr. Spreckcis, after being stored
away for many months. , Messrs.
Foster & Co. have been compelled
for the, safety of their own vessels
and passengers to erect two
lights, and maintain them at their
own expense ; and it is possible that
the company will have to erect more
lights at their owu expense. If the
Government will not protect the
property of other people, it might,
at least, try and preserve the lives
of its ow people. It is the duty of
this Government to erect light
houses, not only lor the satcty oi
Inter-Island vessels, but also for the
safetj' of vessels from foroign ports.
Fiom Our Own Corruspunilunls.
Wo have long spells of dry weather
and crops are beginning perceptibly
to suffer. The roads are extremely
dusty, and as tho trades blow strong
travelling is simply abominable, one
gets covered and permeated with
particles of mother earth. Add to
this tho fact of the great scarcity of
water for tho purposes of ablution,
and Kohala is not, just now, a very
desirable placo of residence.
Though water is scarce, strong
drink is not. It is notorious that
there are a number of places in the
district where whisky, gin and
brandy can bo bought, br the bottle
or glass. The whisky brings S8 a
bottle, gin and brandy (very in
ferior) 82 a bottle. Most of these
illicit liquor fellers arc Chinese
storekeeper who still only to those
whom they know, and who keep their
supplies ill a back room. The police
high and low, arc just as well aware
of this state of things as any one
else. 1 ant told that there is also an
extensive business done (among the
natives) in okolcluw, and that some
others high in authority are engaged
in it. The article is brought from
the mountain or from llainnktia,
where it is manufactured, on pack
animals. The other day I saw a
string of about a dozen horses and
mules going along the road, each
with two neatly tied packages one
on cacli side, which in my simplicity
I supposed were bundles of dried
fish. One who would be very likely
to know informed tnc however that
it was dJcolehuo which is retailed at
SI per bottle. Would it not bo
wiser and safer to grant a spirit
license than to allow the continuance
of this demoralizing s3rsteni ?
The sugar mills, with but one ex
ception, have been lying idle for a
considerable time, but will generally
start hi grinding next week, which
will improve business prospects,
both hero and at the metropolis.
T II " J -.' IT &
No. 10 Fort Street,
AT QUEEN ST. STORE, and
King Street Store.
SiDBrior Mb BhMM
Best Goods in the Market.
53U lm b
Al oofl Business GMce!
Good Will of the Business,
With Eour Years Laase of Premises.
A. A. MONTANO
OFFEI1S FOR SAI.IJ HIS
Flotopiibic Gallery !
Furniture, Fittings, Instruments, and Every
thing rcquisito for carrying on
Together with a Numerous Stock of
Negatives. Pictures, Mats,
The Lenses are superior to any in this
The fittings and apparatus arc more
complete than any other gallery
in this country.
The business is well established, and
being run on a good paying basis,
would prove a profitable investmenj to
the right party.
The present proprietor's reason for
wishing to dispose of this valuable busi
ness is "in consequence of having impor
tant ranch interests which require his
Terms easy. For particulars apply to
A. A. MONTANO, Photographic Gal
lery, ooi nor ot King and Fort, streets,
Honolulu, II. I. 531 lm
OF VALUE TO THE PUBLIC.
W.C. ASfi-ULEY, .
Custom House Broker
has opened an agency for
Custom Hotiso Brokerage,
Real Estato Transactions,
And General Business,
At .B. IV. Jtoliei'tNon & Co'm. Wtatlon
Merchant stieet (near tho Post Olllee.)
Rooks and Accounts neatly kept and
Local Documents of every description
Anything in tho way of business care,
fully anil promptlv attended to.'
P. O. Box 484; Telephone- 2. 470
To Itunt or JiL'HMo;
TWO FINE STORES, in the Now
I. O. O. F. Block, lately eieeteil on
King street, on silo of fire,
For terms, apply to
529 lin Contractor and Builder.
CAFl'AIN J. A. MERTIIENS has
been appointed agent of the "Ha.
wuiian lluniitno Society."
John S, AValkkii, President.
Honolulu, Sept. 101h,1883. 008
JLost, stolen or Strayed.
ONE SMALL BAY MARE with three
wjiito upolB on her body, whore tho
saddle is placed, ii'id one white spot oil
her foicliend. Branded P on loft hip.
A suitable roward will Lo paid oil return
ing to this ofllco, 401 if
(FT , T
his m t? w
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
jjfe; THE MAGNIFICENT
eJa&iiow and Elegant Steamship
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu for San Finn
clsco as follows:
Leave San Francteco..... Nov. 1st
Leave Honolulu Nov 15, noon
Leave San Francico Oct. lGth
Leave Honolulu Nov. 1, noon
Passkxuxiih may have their names
booked in advance by applying at the
olllee of the agents.
Passenger by thH line arc herebv no
tilled thai they will be allowed Uiib lbs
of 1 aggage free by the Oveilind Hall
wax, wlien traveling East.
MnticitAXDisr; intended for shipment
by this line will be received lice of
charge in the Company's New Ware
houT' and receipts issueil for same.
IxsuitAKui: on merchandise, whilst In
the warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wm. G. Iiiwin & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO-
The favorite bktnc
Howe, . - Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
U. Bnr.wKit & Co., Agents.
cirx FOR SAN FRANCISCO
22t.t22Ssr- The favcri'c n''ne
W. H. Dimond,
llvidh'tt, - - Miiicr,
Will have quit;! ilipnti"i for tlic above
port. For freight or p.iviatre apply lo
Wm. (t law rv it ('.., A sent
&SS3lSS- Tho flipper bark
H. W. Alniy,
Freeman, ... master,
Will have quick dispatch for tho above
port. For freight or passage apply to
Castm: & Cooicn, Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
IiIXB OF STEAMJBI5S.
hates, - - - Commander,
Will run regularly for Kona and Kau
Leaves Hoxolulu at 4 p.m. on
Tuesday, Oct. 9
Tuesday, Nov. 20
Friday, Nov. 30
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Friday, Deo. 21
Arrives at Honolulu at 5 p.m:
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Friday, Dec. 7
Tuesday, Dec. 18
Friday, Dec. 28
The C. R. Bishop,
cameron, - - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele,
and Waimea, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Friday evening.
The James Makee,
mcdonald, ... Commander.
every Thursday, at 8 p.m. for Kapaa and
Kikiuca. Returning leaves Kauai
every Monday at 4 pun., and touching at
Wainac, both ways.
sgHfti. Steamer Likelike,
King, - Master.
-Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., taucblng at Lahaina, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Ka-
waihae, Laupanocnoo and Jdllo.
Returning, will touch at all tho
al.ovp ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
THE FAST SAILING
will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weutlier
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
181 A. F. Cooke, Agent.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone
Co., Reduction of Rates.
FROM, AND AFTER SEPT. 80, 1883,
tho telephones of this Company
within Ihe district of Honolulu, will bo
rented at the following reduced rates,
For places of business, 5 per month.
For private residences, $4 per month.
. I'ayablc quarterly in advance. '
518 lm J. F. BaowN, Secretary.
HOUSE AND PREMISES ON
Union street, mauka of and ad.
joining the Bell Tower and Hook &
Ladder premises. The house contains 7
1001ns and pantry with kitchen, store,
bath and servants' rooms, and will bo
nut in thorough repair before occupancy.
The above promises arc very desirable
for warehouse sites, being near the busl.
ness center of tho town and can bo had
for such purposes if desirod.
Apply tO J, M. MONSAKIIAT.
51t tf 27 Merchant street.
LOST between ICapjolani Park and
Nuuapu Valley, a Blue Satin Noto
Case, embroidered and lined with white
silk, containing 2 United States green,
backs, $100 each; 1 United States green.
& Co., and Private Papers. Tho above
roward will, be paid on tho return of tho
same toTuiio. II. Davies & Co., or the
028 POblOE STATION.
IS 10 Keiymd.
LOST on Saturday night on Hotel st.
A double English "Traveling Rug,
a dyed shoopskin Toot rue;, and un em
broidored dust-wrap, Tho above re.
Wird will bo paid on returning sumo to
40J G. W. MACFARLANE & Co
BWxa M """ p-
!S W'IrSS tea s
Ladies' and Gent's
Gold and Silver Watches
Just to hand.
Every Watch warranted as
Fac-simile ol Silver Cases.
jtarpcdfcffliiiTThdlMidtNO. . ( y
105 & 107 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
A.W ibxiwceise: stock
1 - t't )
Incliiding' the Very Best Assortment of Holiday Goods
Now open tor Public Inspection
COME TO-DAY !
PER "MALLSGATE." .
Wchavcicccived'a further consignment of Messrs. Mirrlees, Watson '& Co'i
machinery, and have now on hand, ready for delivery.
square feet of heating
englno and montjus.
Ono set of Four Weston's Patent
One pet of Two Weston's Patent
Haying increased facilities for tho manufacture of these machines
Wcston's.Patent for which, In Great Britain, has expired, we are thus
abled to oiler them at materially reduced prices. ' '
We have a full assortment
bands and bushes, etc.
Two Diagonal Engines, cache inch by 12 Inch." - "
Flat Coolors, 8x0x3 and 0x5x1.7.
O110 spare Top Roller, for 20
Ono spare Side Roller, for 20
One spare Intermediate Spur Wheel,
jm.iiflL.itjxiai u.imrAJ'ap.iuu'L.. ii.iu,jMMJKg'w
Agent for this Kingdom '
N. B. Beware of imita
tions, as I have discovered
several silver watches bear
ing tlic name of " Waltham
Watches," winch arc of Swiss
Manufacture, atid are sold as
genuine Waltham v atclies".
: 4F3-iZg$HlriA-&. fo:
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j inH'tJ vwsa v
Vlfriaasxo(ncrUfiT th-iLliio acconpamino
xj- an 1'uurajiiir
sJBK.UNITCD STATES MINT ASSATrV
' l-rt St. -f. J . .. y
Fac-similc ot Gold Cases
into this Kingdom.
wooden iron staging, containing 3135
pumping engine and discharging mont-
scpiaro fottt of heating surfneo, with
Centrifugals, with engine nnd mixor.
Centrifugal spates linings, brasses', 4rubber
' , i 'u.w It- 11A
inch by 51 inch, mill. 1
Inch by 51 Inch mll'f.
for gearing of SB inch by 51 mill.,
G. W. Maciiulano.'t&Co.
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