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SATURDAY, NOV. 0, 188-3.
OCEANIC S. S. GO!
TOR SUN niANCISCO.
M irlpos.il . . iLcuvcs II .moliilu, Nov. 15th
Alameda.1.. .Loaves Ho lolulu. Dec. 14.
.PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
rou ban rit.vscisco:
City of Frking On or nl out Nor lfW
uuy oi .N w Yorlc.un or niiout Nov III
AuMralia. ..0n or about Nov 27
Zealnndhi On or about Due 2tf
1011 AUCKLAND AXD STDNKt;
City of Sidney On or nboui Dec 1
Australia On or about Deo 20
Diamond Head, Nov. 3, G:!K) a.m.
. Light N. E. jvind.
Stmr Kllnuen. llou off port.
Nor. 2 (
Stmr Mokolii from Koolau
Schr Nettie Merrill from Lnhnina
Schr Jennie from Wnimca
Schr Manuokawai from Waimea
Stmr Lehim from Maui, &o.
Schr Liholiho from Waiamea
Stmr C Ri Bishop from Kauai
' ,- Nov. 2
Stmr Jas Makec for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Bktnc Discovery for S. F.
Schr Haleakala for Ililo
Schr Emma for Ilecia t ,
iSohr Pohoiki for Puna ' ' '
PASSENGERS: , . ., .
For Katiai and Waianite per Jas
Makee Nov. 2 J L Richardson, N.
Hock, A E II Swift, L J Lionarons,
R A Macfle, II Briefer, M- Brug
german, C Rilling, Mrs Kelley and
child, 2 Chinese and 25 deck.
From Maui per Lehua, Nov. 2
C Brown, 4 Chinese, 33 deck.
From Kauai per C R Bishop, Nov
3 W O Smith, II M Piekthall, W
D Schmidt, O Stoltz, D Urvine, 35
SHIPPING NOTES. ' .
The schr Nettle Merrill was towed in
by the Kapiolani.
Stmr Mokolii brought 533 bags of rice.
f The W. Hi Dlmond is loading at the
O. S. S. wharf.
Several sailors were shipped on the
Eu'ropa yesterday. She uwill cruize
about New Zealand for a few months.
The stinr Iwalani will sail Tuesday on
the Bishop's route. ,
The Bishop will be overhauled "on her
The Kinau is "the first Hawaiian
steamer that passed thrpugh the. Straits
of Magellan, and the first to float the
Hawaiian flag in the Atlantic. She
passed the S. S. Hankow in tho Straits
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Don't forget to read " Man " in the
THRclipse Boat Club are soliciting
Hook & Ladder Company No. 1 meet
on Monday ovening.
The Planter arrived at Malaia Bay
half an hou'r'before the Likelike.
The danger of leprosy (from tho S. P.
News Letter) Is in the Supplement.
An account of a vNit to the Royal
School wjll appe.ir in Jlonday's issue.
The work of landing the Immigrants
.will commence at six o'clock this morn-
A' fbog,' preserved whole lnabarrel
of tar, was found yesterday by Bolles'&'
An opinion of Honolulu,, "given. by
Australian boys, is published in to,-day's
' - ; ,
The Palaco party's ticket for the com
ing elections, does not include the name
of Mr. Haysclden.
A valuaule dog, tlie property of
Colonel Curtis Iaukea, vVas poisoned on
Don't forget tho concert at the Musle
Hall this evening, in aid of tho Freo
Library and Reading Room,,
The assessor of taxes for Honolulu
has beon combining' electioneering with
assessing in the Makikl district.
Mr. Tucker, who lands tho Portu
guese immigrants to-day, has secured
tho Lydla, and a number of scows and
The last base-ball match of tho season
will be played this afternoon at2 o'clock,
between the Paciflo Slope and the Rocky
s A New York Sum reporter has been
nominated by tho Democrats for Mayor
of Brooklyn. Tho press gets i ecognltlon
Mr. J. II. B. Smith, of lolanl College,
has been appointed to the temporary
r charge of tho Walalua publlo school,
lee Mr. A. Jenkins, resigned.
Jilt. .ToitK Cqnnk&ly, Hegn, Now
South Wales, A letter, .addressed to
thte gentleman, was'fonnd on Thursday
nigllt, ami can be obtained at this olllce.
Ruv. Mr. Mi'i t-lii, of O-ihu College,
will puaeh In Fort St. Church on Sun
day morning. "Tiio Central Figure''
will be Mr. Cruzan's theme Sundnj
The IClnau passed close along the
llamakua coast on Wednesday; close
enough, tho Captain says, to talk to
folks on shore. She culled at Mnhukoila.
to see If lion. S. G. Wilder was there.
"A Sudden Ilreak up of a gamb of
poker'1 Is t If title of a miniti!; incident
ot TiO, whli It is published lb the Supple
incut. The tide was iminitcii by Air.
Isinel Plshcr, of Champagne Cider rc
There Is probably uo civilized place
ih.thc world that Is more badly supplied
with vegetables than Honolulu. Could
not tho Agricultural Society, through
Its active Secretary, endeavor to effect a
Lawn tennis tournaments were again
contested on Thursday afternoon. Tho
pleasure of the game was enhanced by
the brilliancy of the ladies' costumes,
but marred somewhat by one gentleman.
embracing mother earth. , .
The flre-marshal intends to enforce
the law compelling two buckets to be
placed, In a convenient position, on all
premises, so as to' lessen tho dangers of
a conflagration. Backets must have the
owners name painted on them.
Tun President of the Board of Edu.
cation,, the members of the board and
the Inspector-General of schools have
jdiown' a-lively intcicst in tho Public
Schools this term, not one of them hav
Ing yet paid an official visit there. The
.press nrq boforo tho president.
An Awfiil Railway Disaster, Journa
listic Superstitious, Arctic Newd, Cheap
Meals, England's Power In India, Ho
Got It, Getting Married and the Effect
of Opium Smoking, all pf which are
published 'in to-days supplement, should
Mr. C. Hustace, 'who has for so
many years been chief book-keeper
for Messrs. Bolles & Co., has resigned
his position with that Arm and gone to
San Pranciseo, for the purpose of secur
ing a stock", with which lie intends to
enter into business on his own account.
A party of Englishmen who have
been climbing peaks in the Himalayas,
and who reached a height of 25,500 feet,
report that, contrary to popular belief,
there is no more difllculty experienced
in breathing at that elevation than there
is at one-fifth the height above sea
level. American Paper.
One of the teachers at Fort Street
school hopes soon that her pupils will
be able to punctuate their sentences
"better than the daily and weekly
papers." As tho teacher says, " there
are several systems of punctuation," it
is probable that each paper adopts its
own. The rebuke is well merited.
The clerks in the Interior Department
say that they havo not supplied the
Gazette with copies of the letter relative
to.jMr. Cleghorn's dismissal. Mr. Cleg
horn has not supplied them, consequent
ly the, inference is 'that they came from
the same place as the Protest, viz : The
Foreign Ofllce. Can tho' Minister solve
tho problem, or doesn?t he ' care " a
tinker's rattle ? "
At tho Police Court yesterday seven
cases of drunkenness were dealt with;
Ahina, for violating Rule 0 of the ex
press regulations, was lined 4. R.
Taylor, for assault aud battery, 1th a
knife, w'as lined 20, and sentenced to
fifteen days Imprisonment. Chin Yuen
and Ah Tom,, for having opium .in their
possession, were each fined 850, and
sentenced to a month's imprisonment.
Four cases were remanded.
One of the duties of the police Is to
"protect property" at fires. How thoy
don't do'it is well known. It oulddo
no harm to give them a little drill every
week, Instruct them wjiat positions
to take up at a Are, to foim a line
round tho burning buildings, so as to
prevent the crowd from interfering with
tho firemen, and many other little details
in which practise alone can make perfect,
At tho Y.M.O.A. special Sunday after
noon tervlco to-'mo'row Mrs. A. P. Judd
will fcing "The Thrio Calls," Mrs. Cm-
zan will bing a f-olo, and Mcsdames Da
mou and Pierco and Messrs. Bradley
,and Ilenick will sing a quartette, in
addition to tho umn enjoyable emigre,
gatioiial singing. "Asleep in the Midst
of Danger" will bo the theme pf Mr,
Cruzan's 20 minute sermon, A cordial
welcome to nil.
FROM THE ARCTIC.
There arrived, in tills port yester
day from Ounalaska tho United
States rovenuo steamer Thomas
Corioinx bringing tho intelligence
that the schooner Xeo, with Lieu
tenant Ray and party, arrived at
Ounalaska from Point Barrow on
September 17th. Tho following ex
tract is taken from the Corwin's
log: "Had good weather and favor
ftblp winds on tho trip. Tho schooner
Leo arrived at Ounalaska from Point
Barrow September 17th, with Lieu
tenant Ray and party on board,
Lieutenant Schwntka, who has been
exploring on tho Yukon, joined the
Lto at St. Michael's' on her wuyl
down. Tho Leo reports that thoi
whaling licet arrived at Point Bar-
row on August 2d, and that tho
Whaling bark Ciatic went ashore
near Point Belcher during a fog and.
was wrecked. None of her crew
wore lost and most of her cargo,
consisting of bono, was saved. Tho
ice was unusually heavy, and tho
season, up to the time the schooner
left tho lnttcr pari of August
was poor. Tho Leo sailed from
Ounalaska for this port on Septem
ber 24th, and may be expected in a
few days. The steamer St. Pavl
arrived at Ounalaska on September
21st, having been seventeen days in
making the passage from San Fran
cisco The St. Paul sailed on tho
25th of September for Petropaulas
ki." The Vonoiti brings the following'
passengers from St. Michael's, they
having no other means of getting to
S:in Francisco ; Ed Sohicff elin, E. S.
Schieffelin, Jack Young, Charles
Saucrbrcy, George Spangenbcrg,
Jno. McGrow and Thomas Reynolds.
S. F. Chronicle.
I.MMEDIAT13I.Y, furnMied or unfur
nished. Itent. modciate. Address'
li A.AI., Jr., care of G. W. Mucfarlnnc &
Ccu 5-12 tf
FOR SALE. Pi ice, 150 as blie
floats. R. Moi'KiTT, at J. W. Rob
ertson's. 530 tf b
iVO PLEASANT FURNISHED
Room. No. 8 Kukui St. 523
DIARIES For 1884
Hawaiian damage M'fg Co.
GENERAL Carriage and "Wagon
Manufacturers, and Dealers
in Wagon Materials, &c.
Gideon West President & "Manager
J. N. "Wright Vice-President
E. G. Schumrn Sec & Treasurer
S. M. Damon Auditoi
filo U m
HE public are hereby cautioned
lac Nui and U'jiahio iKi lijind niter this
date,. or proceo limra "w ill "be t-iken.
W. c. aKANA,
Oct. 20, lSl'3. 0121m
A' T tho annual mooting of the Stock
holders of the Paukaa Sugar Com
pany, held this dale, the following gen
tlemen were elected to servo as olllccrs
for tho ensuing year.
President Jon. Austin.
Vice-President S. L. Austin.
Sec'y andTieasurer. .P. O. Jones, Jr.
Auditor J. O: Carter.
P. C. JONES, Jr.
Honolulu, Oct. S2nd, 1883. 539 3w b
AT the annual meeting of tho Stock
holdor.s of tho Onoinea Sugar Com
pany, hold this d itc, tho following gen
tlemen were elerted to serve as officers
for the ensuing j 'Mir.
President ". L Austin.
Vlce-Pre-idcnt Jon. Austin.
Secretary P. C. Jones, Jr.
Trenbuicr vGeo. J Ross.
Auditor J' O. Carter.
Honolulu, Oct. 22nd, lt8i!. f:j!) 3w b
Good Will of the Business,
"With Four Years Ljasol of Premises.
A. A. MONTANO
OPFEIIS FOIl SALE HIS
PMootMc Gallery !
Furnituro, Fittings, Instruments, and Every
thing roqulsito (or carrying on
Togcthor with a NumerooR Stock of
Nogatlves. Pictures, Mats,
Tho Lonsos aro superior to any in this
Tho fittings nnd apparatus aro moro
oomplcto tnan any otner gallery
' In this country.
Tho bupincss is well established, and
being run on a good paying basis,
'would prove a profitable investment to
the right party.
'i no present proprietors reason to
wishing to dispone of this valuablo busl.
ness is in consequence of having impor
taut ranch interests which require his
Terms eav. For particulars apply to
A. A.-MOtfTANO, Photographic Gal
lery, corner of King and Fort strcots,
Honolulu. II. I. S33 lm
JLost, feJiolen or Strayed.
ONE SMALL BAY MARE with three
white spots on her body, whorothe
saddle 1b plr.cod, and ono white spot on
her forehead. Ilrauded P on left hip,
A suitablo reward will bo paid on return,
ing to thU oilicu, 401 tf
Ooeanio Steamship Oomp'y.
&$tk TIIE MAGNIFICENT
r2kx& ""' 'iJ Jileg.uil Sualiuhlp
ItlASIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will lcac Honolulu for San Fran
cisco at follows:
Leave San Fiancisoo Nov. 1st
Leave Honolulu Nov 15, noon
Leave San Pr.iiiclco Nov lfith
Leave Honolulu Dec. I non
Pamm:nt.i:uu may have their nomes
booked in advance by applying at tho
oflleo of tho agents.
Pnsacngeirt by thh lino arc hereby no
tided thui they will bo nlloucd 250 lbs
of baggage lice by tho Overland Rail
way, when trailing Kast.
Mr.nciiANiJisr. intended for shipment
by this lino will bo received ficu of
charge in the Company's Now "Ware
house and receipts hsuc.l for same.
IxsuitAKCK on merchandise, whilst la
the warehouic, will bo at owner's risk.
Wm. G. Iiiwik & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
For San Francisco.
Steamship "Eell Rock."
Dumbrcck, - - - . - Commander,
Will nave quick dispatch for the nbovo
port. Tor freight or passage, hamg
Biiperior cabin accommodation, apply to
G. W. Macfarlaxb & Co, Agents.
dggt FOR SAN FRANCISCO
JaScssS? The favorito bgtno
W. H. Dimond,
Houdlctt, - - - Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
"Wit. G. InwiN & Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRx.NCISCO
The clipper bark
H. W. Almy,
Freeman, ... master,
Will have quick dispatch for tho above
port. For freight or passage apply to
Castle & Cooke, Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
LINE Oli1 STEAMERS.
bates, ... Commander,
Will run regularly for Kona and Kail :
Leaves Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
Tuesday, Oct. 9
Friday, Oct. 19
Tuesday, Oct. 80
Friday, Nov. 9
Tuesday, Nov. 20
Friday, Nov. 30
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Friday, Dec. 21
Arrives at Honolulu at 5 p.m:
Tuesday, Oct. 10
Friday, Oct. 20
Tuesday, Nov. 0
Friday, Nov. 10
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Priday, Dec. 7
Tuesday, Dec. 18
Friday, Dec. 28
The C. R. Bishop,
OAMEKON, - -, - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
at C p.m., for Nawlllwili, Koloa, Eleele,
and Waimea, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Friday evening.
The James Makee,
mcdonald, ... Commander.
every Thursday, at 3 p.m. for Kapaa and
Kilauea. Returning leaves Kauai
every Monday at 4 p-m., and touching at
Walnae, both ways.
&&, Steamer Likelike,
King, - Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, Man
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Ka
waihue, Laupahoehoe and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all the
nl'ove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
the past bailing
will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to tho
Captain on board, or to
181 A. F. Cooke, Agent.
Golden Gate Extra Family Flour,
Rtucua Mills Extra ditto ditto,
Eltlerado Bupo flue ditto.
Columbia River No. 1 Salmon,
Plantation Salmon Good
Now York or Goshen Butter,
In 25 and 10-pound pails,
For Sale at Lowest Market Rates.
52T"Ordcrs for stores promptly
attended to by
OASTLE & COOKE.
51J lm b
Ladies' and Gent's
Gold and Silver "Watchet
Just to hand.
Every Watch warranted as
fir f V
Ills ","A"s!'l S
Fnc-similo of Silver Cases. (215) Facsimile of Gold Cases
' LYCAN & CO.,
105 & 107 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Have the Best Assortment
Ever exhibited here, consisting In part of
Paintings, Water Colors
Engravings, and Statuary
Alabaster and Plaster.
Many Styles in Hanging Brackets,
In Wire, Willow, and Rattan. Work Baskets, &c, &c.
Blue Jay & Peacock Feather Fans & Dusters
Ornaments and Candles for Chiistmas Tices.
Xmas Cards and Presents
Of every kind. A large nsbortmcut of
fflnsic Boxes just receM from Heriany.
Furniture and Pianos sold' on tho installment plan.
We havo received a further consignment of Messrs, Mirrlees, Watson & Co.'
machinery, and havo now on hand, ready for delivery. , .
One Tripplc-EfTect, on handsomo wooden Iron stnglng, containing 84S"5
square feet of heating surface, with pumping engine and dlschaiglng mont.
Ono DoublcEfTect, having 2290
engine and moutjus.
Ono set of Four Weston's Patent
One set of Two Weston's Patent
Having Increased facilities for tho manufacture of these machines, tho
Wcston's-Putent for which, iir Great Britain, has expired, wo are thus.en-
auicu to ouer tnom at materially reduced prices.
Wo have a full assortment of Centrifugal spares linings, brasses, rubber
U..UU u,.u uuouo, ti,.
Two Diagonal Engi'nts, each C Inch by 12 inch.
Clarlflors, Flat Coolers, 8x0x3 and 0x5x1.7,"
One spare Top Roller, for 20 inch by CI inch mill.
One spare Bide Roller, for20 Inch by 51 inch mill,
One spare Intermediate Spur Wheel,
Ji ' . ''.
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g t!lnniJulJm-iuui.imKujijmmapp j unuiiin.nmii)
Agent for this Kingdom
N. B. Beware of imita
tions, as I have discovered
several silver watches bear
ing thfc name of " AVnltham
Watches," which are of Swiss
Manufacture, and arc sold as
genuine Wnltham watches.
in Parian Marble, Bisque,
square feet of heating surfaco, with
Centrifugals, with cnglno nnd mixer.
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for gearing of 29 inch by 51 mill. '
W Maci'arlano &'lCo2
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