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TUESDAY, OCT. SO, 18815
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
KOlt SAN' FRANCISCO.
Alameda. ...Leaves lloiioluhl, Nov. 1st.
Mariposa. . . .Leaves 11 nululii, Nov. lGtli
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
l'Olt SAN K'UNTISCO:
City of "Peking On or about, Nov 10
City of Now York.,. On or uboUt Nov lil
Australia. . On or ubout Nov 27
Zeahuulia.". On or about Deo 2 J
KOlt AUCKLAND AND SVDNKV:
City of Sydney On or ubout Dec 1
Austruliii On or nboutDec 29
Diamond IIeadt Oct 80, 0:30 a.m.
Light N. E. wind.
Nothing in sight.
Schr Kekauluohi from Hatialai
Sttnr Lchua for Molokai & Maui
Stmr Kilauca llou for Kahului
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
Schr Ehukai for "Wainlua
Schr Maua for Onomca .
Bktnc Ella for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAYINC THIS DAY.
Stmr Likclike for windward por.ts
Stmr Planter for windward ports
Stmr C R Bishop for Kauni
Schr Mary Foster for Punaluu'
Tern Courser for Port Townscnd
Schr Kulaniauu for Kohala,
' -PASSENDERS; - k
For Australia per S. S. Zcalandia,
Oct. 28 Miss L Lievre, J Mclntyre,
A Porter, W Oliycr, J S Alexander,
W J Mindschout, J Milanphy, G
For San Francisco per Ella Oct.
29 Miss L Fanning, W Buck.
For Kahului, per Kilauca llou,
.Oct 29 Mrs Ilobron, J Wilson, E
Vctlesen, Miss Campbell, Capt Swift
and 25 deck.
For Maui, &c, per Lehua, Oct 29
R W Meyer and wifet W B Star
key and 25 deck. " u
Schr Rosario 14 days out from Eureka,
arrived at Kahului on the 22nd hist,
loaded with Lumbor value 1G02.00 for
The tern Courser will sail to-day for
Port Townscnd in.ballast and stores.
The bktnc Ella sailed yesterday for
San Francisco. She took 1,903 bags of
sugar, 2,0jG bags of rice, 42 bbls of mo
lasses, 700 hides, 19 bundles of goat
skins, and 22 pkgs of effects total'domes
tic value $27,700.01.
The sailing of the stmr C. R. Bishop
is postponed until to-day.
The main-mast'of the C. S. Hulbert
waput in yesterday.
The repairing of the schooner Hale
akala will be finished on Thursday. She
will sail on Saturday for Hilo.
Bgtne Jno. D. Spreckels arrived at
Kahului on the 20th inst, 14 days out
from San Francisco, with the following
Passengers: Mrs. & Mr. Borchgrieoink,
G. C Hoffgaord, II. Amstead, Choas
Gjerdrum, Oapt. W. M. Wilbor, and J.
Robinson. And a cargo of General
Merchandise value "1.944.80.
The Swiftsure and the Sappho arrived
in San Francisco on 13th October.
The Lady Lnmpson, Caibanen and
Jennie Walker are loading at San Fran
Cisco for Honolulu.
' SAN FKANCISCO.
Arrived Oct. 10th, Brig W. G. Irwin,
17 days from Honolulu.
Schr Claus 'Spreckels 20'days' f rom
Schr Aijna,,18J days from Kahului.
'I'OltT ULAKELY. ,
Arrived Oct. 19th, Bark C.. O. Whit-'
more from Honolulu. ,
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Good rains at Makawao and Kohala.
Tub Bell Roek can carry 5,000 tons of
Raise him! Raise him!! Raise
Smoked glass wanted to-day to see
A i'kke entertainment, on Thursday
evening' at tho Y. M. C. A.
Stonk-cuttkks wanted at the new
Cathedral grounds, Beretania Street. (
The New South Wales Hag, Hying on
the Zealaudiu on Sunday, was much ad
mired. i . i . : .--.
Vessels recently arrived at San Fran
cisco report yery rough weather round
A numheh of letters for tho Colonies
were again! detained on Sunday, owing
to deficient postage.
Theue are over twenty criminal cases
set for hearing at the Walmca session,
on Hawaii, next week.
Theue was a heavy freshet at Wailuku
last week, damage to tl(e exteutof 91500
being done on the plantation.
The Postmaster-General notifies that
all postmasters have been instructed to
reiYiBe to mail packages eoutuinlng coin.
Tin: friends of Mr. II. "N. I'lirVi met
at hi lioii'c at Kiiktilliaelo on Saturday
week to celebrate his afo return, after
hi. trip abioad.
David and William were en eh sen
teueed lo six days imprisonment yester
day at the Police Court, and 15 eaos of
drunkenness were dealt with.
As Tim Zealandla was leaving the
wharf on Sunduj . one of the lady pas
sengers, bound for Australia, called for
three cheers for Mr. Iloffnung, The
cheers were heartily given.
Anotheu ice. cream caravan .peram
bulates tlui town at nights. Tho now
one belongs to Mesrs. Bonrdmau and
McDoiunill: their cream are made bv a
'lady, and said to be of very superior
Wi'ni reference to game, licenses, a
correspondent hopes that the Minister of.
Interior will be careful not to grant them
to many little boys who go about shoot
ing, but hardly know how to hold a
IIaoic-dhivkhs should carefully study
the rates of fare, published in the Ad
vertiser on Saturday, which are to come
into force on the 1st of November. The
public are not likely to forget the re
ductions. Tin: Spartain was atKelung, Formosa
on 10th August. The missing boat's
crew had not been found. Captain
Crosslcy haft received great assistance
from Mr. John Dodd, Knglish Consular
agent at Tamsui.
Tun latest envoy. Mr. Carson, prior
to his departure, announced that he was
'sent to' Canada- to act on behalf of the
Government in the matter of effecting a
tfeaty'belwecn that country and Hawaii.
If true, what are we coming to?
At a meeting of the Hawaiian
riage Manufacturing Company, the
lowing officers' were elected : Presi
and Manager, Gideon "West; Vice-Pres-
ident, J. N.
AVrlght; Secretary and
G. Seliunian; Auditor, S.
It Is believed that Mr. Iloffnung, who
will remain here a few weeks, has come
with the intention of endeavoring to
arrange for the continuance of Portu
guese immigration,' and to ascertain
more particularly the causes of its sus
pension. Sknatok MiLLun, when in Chicago
recently, said. "Our trade in sugar
froni the Hawaiian Island is a sort of
exchange for their sugar. Our exports
to them have grown, and our imports
from the Hawaiian Islands still exceed
our exports to them, but they have been
buying' considerable American machin
Tin: following item of Foreign News
from Mormondom will be read with
interest. Salt ."Lake, October 19.
"Bishop nunter, of the Mormon Church,
who died last Monday at the advaueed
"age of 90 years and 4 months, was
buried to-day with great ceremony. The
funeral was attended by a great number
of people." A vacancy in the church.
Loud and Lady Rosebery expressed
themselves as much pleased witli what
they saw of Honolulu. They purpose
returning to England on one of the P.
M. S. S. Co.'s steamers, and remaining
for ashort time on the Islands, with the
intention of visiting the volcano. They
took with them, as a memento of their
visit, a number of photographs of Ha
The bewildered Chinaman at the
Hotel on Saturday afternoon caused
considerable merriment. Poor John
was a hack driver, and, went into the
blllard room to look for him. He was
there received by a genial man from
Maui and introduced to everybody, but
could not spot his fare. His blank face,
at the shouts of laughter that greeted
him, was a study worthy of the brushes
'of local artists.
The eclipse of the sun will commence
to-day about ten minutes after, twelve
and continue, till len minutes of four.
At about two o'clock will be the middle
of the eclipse, when two thirds of the
sun's diameter will be invisible. The
shadow will first appear on tho lower
side of the sun. The annular eclipse
can only be seen in Japan and Corea,
Honolulu and the Marshal Islands hav
ing the best chance of seeing tho partial
eclipse. It Is annular about 700 miles
south of this port.
The Working Men's Union have al
ready effected good work. The com
mittee appointed to enquire into tho case
of, the two boiler-makers, brought, under
engagement, from Sydney, and for
whom constant employment was not
found, waited upon the British com
missioner, and, through his assistance,
tho men were sent back to their homes
by tho parties that engaged them.
Tin: Sunday afternoon service at tho
y,M,C.A. was largely attended, Besides
the hymns sung by tho congregation
Mrs, Cruzan gave "It passeth know
ledge" and the solo part of "Come"
Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. Damon sang "what
must it be to be there?" Miss Castle
played the accompaniments, and Miss
Otto sang Le Roy Runcie's "1 hold my
heart so still." Rev, J. A. Cruzan pre
sided, and gave a brief and pointed
address on the subject "A note of invl
tation for you." These services are be"
coming very popular.
IMMEDIATELY, iuililshod or tutfur.
nished. Lent miin rate. ; Address
H.A.M., Jr., care of G. W. Maefarlano in
rpVc C UlPENTEltS on Pain Plan.
X tation, Pnia, Maui. Apply imme
diately to K. M. Walsh, Manager. 5H2t
17H)lt SALK. Piice. S1&0 as
I? fioats. R. MarFirr. at J. W. Rob
IN if mine the WINDSOR
RKSTAllUiNT will bo
kepi open until 10 o'clock
-very nli'lit (fcmnuays ex
cepted. Meals of every des
cription cook"d t order. 535 1m b
DIARIES For 1884
OA.T Se OO'S.
Mules ! Mules !
SHORTLY EXPECTED from San
Francisco, a fine lot of
Mules and Horses
Selected expressly for tho wants of
This shipment will bo sold at reason
able prices. For particulars apply lo
512 lv U. AV. MACFARLANE & CO.
J. T. Waterhouse
His New Goods
No. 10 Fort Street,
AT QUEEN ST. STORE, and
King: Street Store.
Humor Eilisl Mies.
in the Market.
Golden Gate Extra Family Flour,
Beuena Mills Extra ditto ditto,
Eldorado Superfine ditto.
Columbia River No. 1 Salmon,
Plantation Salmon Goon
New York or Goshen Butter,
In 25 and 10-pound pails,
For Sale at Lowest Market Rates.
2f Orders for stores promptly
attended to by
CASTLE & COOKE.
Good Will of the Business,
With Four Years Lease! of Premises.
A. A. MONTANO
OKFKIIH KOU BALK HIS
Pliotopailc Gallery !
Furniture, Fittings, Instruments, and Every
thing rcquisl!o fcr carrying on
Together with a Numerous Stock of
Negatives. Pictures, Mats,
Tho Lonsos aro supsrlor to any in this
The fittings and 'apparatus aro moro
completo than any other gallery
in this country,
The bupine.-s is well established, and
being run on a good paying basis,
would prove a profitable investment to
the right party.
The present proprietor's reason fo1
wishing to dispose of this valuable hul.
ness is in consequence of having impor
tapt ranch lntcicsts which require his
Terms easy. For paitictilars npplvto
A. A. AfflX'PAVn ll,ntn,r,.r,l,ln 3nl
lery, corner of King awron streets,
I Honolulu, 11. I. Q3ij Iju
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y,
.jfefa THE MAGNIFICENT
naSEwsaiisnew unit Mcgant bteaininp
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will have Honolulu for San Frui
eiseo as follows:
Leave Sua Francico Nov. 1st
Leave Honolulu Nov 15, noon
Leave Honolulu Nov. 1, noon
Leave San Francisco Nov 15th
PAPsr.Nar.ns may have their names
booked in advnnce by applying at tho
ofilce of the agents.
Passengers by this line arc hereby no
tified that they will bo allowed 250 lbs
of baggage ffee by the Overland Bail
way, when traveling East.
Mi:ucit.xiisi: intended for shipment
by this line will bo received free of
charge in the Company's New 'Ware
house, and receipts lsuet! for same.
IxsuitAJicu on merehandlse, whilst In
the warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wm. G. Iuwin&Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
dSfek FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The favorite bgtne
W. H. Dimond,
Iloudlett, . - - Muster,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
Wm. G. Ikwin & Co., Agents.
FOR SxiN FRANCISCO
The clipper bark
H. W. Almy,
Freeman, ... master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
Castlb & Cooki:, Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
IiIXE OF STEAMJEUS.
hates, - - - Commander,
Will'Tun regularly for Kona and Kan :
Leavks Honolulu at p.m. ox
Tuesday, Oct. !)
Friday, Oct. 10
Tuesday, Oct. :;o
Friday, Nov. 9
Tuesday, Nov. 20
Friday, Nov. 30
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Friday, Dec. 21
AnruvES at Honolulu at 5 p.m:
Tuesday, Oct. 10
Friday, Oct. 20
Tuesday, Nov. 0
Friday, Nov. 1G
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Friday, Dec. 7
Tuesday, Dec. 18
Friday, Dec. 28
The C. R. Bishop,
camkiion, - - - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele,
and Waimea, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiiiwili every Friday evening.
The James Makee,
mcdokald, - - - Commander.
every Thursday, at 3 p.m. for Kapaa and
Kilauca. Returning leaves Kauai
every Monday at 4 p'm., and touching at
Wainac, both ways.
King, - Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Ka
waihae, Laupalioelioe and Hilo.
Returning, will touoli at all the
al ove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
THK FAST BAILING!
v&Siaai wm run icguiariy
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.
OF VALUE TO THE PUBLIC.
Custom House Broker
lias opened an agency for
Custom House Brokerage,
Real Estate Transactions,
And General Business,
At J. W. ItobertMoii A Oo'h. Ntatlon
Merchant street (near the Post Ofilce.)
Books and Accounts neatly kept and
Legal Documents of every description
Anything in the way of business care
fullv and promptlv attended to.
PiO. Box 4:i4; Telephone 2. 470
Honolulu Stock and Bond
NOTICE is hereby given that the
regular meetings of the Hoard will
hereafter be held on Wednesday's at 11
A. m commencing on Wcdnesilav, Oc
tober IMst, 188:$.
500 lw Secretary.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone
Co., Reduction of Rates.
jTMtOM, AND AFTER SEPT. 30, 1883,
X the telephones of tills Company
within the district of Honolulu, will be
rented at the following reduced rates,
For places of business, $r per month.
For private residences, $4 per month,
I'ayable quarterly in advance.
51!) I'm J. fr Bnowx, Hecietary.
JLoMt, Ktolcii or Strayed.
(NE SMALL BAY MARE with three
' u-liltn Aunts on herbodv. ivhurotho
saddle is plnoed, and ono white spot on
her forehead, Branded 1 on left hip,
A suitable reward will bo paid on return,
ing to this ollleo, 40-1 tf
Ladies' and Gent's
Gold and Silver "Watches
Just to hand.
Every "Watch warranted as
Facsimile of Silver Cases.
105 & 107 FOllT STREET, HONOLULU.
J3$ IMMENSE STOCK
Including the Very Best Assortment of Holiday Goods
Now open lor Public Inspection
COME TO-DAY !
We have received a further consignment of Messru. Jlirrlees, Watson & Co.'s
machinery, and have now on hand, ready for delivery.
One Tripple.Ell'cct, on handsome wooden iron staging, containing 343f
square feet of heating surface, with pumping engine and dlschaiL'inp monu
jus, complete. c
One Double.Efiect, having 21!00" square feet of heating surface, with
engine and montjus.
One set of Four Wcalon's Patent Centrifugals, with engine an 1 mixer.
One set of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugals.
Having Increased facilities for the manufacture of thc&u machines, tho
eston's.l'atent for which, in Great Britain, has expired, we aro thus en
abled to oiler them at materially reduced prices.
Wo have a full assortment of Centrifugal spares linings, brasses, i rubber
bands and bushes, etc. . , , t ,im,-.f(
Two Diagonal Englnts, each 0 inch by 12 inch. , ' -, i
Clariflers, Flat Coolers, 8x0x2 and 0x5x1.7. ,J "'
One spare Top Holler, for 20 inch
One spare Side Roller, for 20 inch
Oho spare Intermediate Spur Wheel,
Agent for this Kingdom
N. 13. Beware of imita
tions, as I have discovered
several silver watches bear
ing the: name of " Walthnm
Watches," winch are of Swiss
Manufacture, and are sold as
genuine "Walthain watches.
Facsimile of Gold Cases
ffl!aHlrrrafs thnlUio acconmmrfnz
Ya"Uttinipcawllli outTRADc Mark
V Via K.UNITCD STATES Ml NT fi$&Ry
. ii'i 'AW
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into this Kingdom.
ii ! "1)3
by 54 inch mill.
by 51 inch mill.
i f' i
' K T
for gearing of 20 inch by 54 mill. . ,
CJ. Wr. Slnol'uvluno & Cb;'