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TUESDAY, NOV. G, 18813.
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PACIFIC MAIL S.'S. CO.
1 lilt fcAN I'lUM'lSl'iH
City of Miliis ., .On or about Nov 10
City ot N w ioil.. .n in iihmil Nov in
AiiMrnltit On ur uliout Nov U7
Zetiluinlia On or about Dec 2.)
FOIt AUUKIiVM) Atfl) B1D.N1.V:
Oily of Svdncy On oi about I)''o 1
AiHimHii. ...'. On or about Oui 21)
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SUN, MUUN AND SEA.
Sun tela today 5.18 ....p.m.
Sun rie to.inouow (I. 10 a.m.
Moon tuts tndnv.- tO -IH p.m.
UlU'li I hie '. S.J'.O n.m.
Diamond Html, Nov. 0, 0:!I0 n.m
Light N. 15. wind.
Tern Eva off Dimond llcntl.
Tern Dakota !) miles off D'd H'd.
Bk Lady Latnpson from S. P.
Sohr Lealn from Ivoholnlcle
.Schr Caterina from llanalet
Sehr Wiiiclin from Ilalawa
Sohr Wailele from Maliko
Schr Wnhnaltt from Paukna
YESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Stmr Likcliko for windwaid ports
Stmt' Iwalani for Kattai
Schr Mary Alice for Molokai
Schr Pohoiki for Puna
Schr Ehukai for "Waialun.
Stint' Kilauea lion for Kahnlui
Stmr Lehua for Molokai & Muni
Schr Jennie for Kekalia
Stmr Mokolii for Kooluu
Prom S. F. per Consnelo Nov. 4
J F Judge, Mrs II 13oxley S Grosh,
R Germain, G Monsen, T P Barnes.
For S. F. per Discovery Nov. 3
A G Hanscliiltci.
From S. F. per schr Jennie Wal
ker Nov. 4 V Natl, Miss W Greig,
From SJ'P per Lady Latnpson
Nov 5 J K Porter, Miss Donncll,
S Haldsworth, W B Hamilton, Mas
. ter Brokaw Jr.
The schr Jennie "Walker 'dipt. Nissen
10 dnys from S. P. arrived Nov. 4th with
22 bales of hay, 20 sks of oats, 00 sks of
bran, 20 hhls of oil etc.
The bgtne Consuclo brought 21 horses-,
12 mules, 100 bbls of salmon, 00,000
bricks, 100 boxes of candies, 100 sks of
barley, 200 sks of bran, 183 bales of hay,
5152 sks of potatoes etc.
The S.S. Bell Rock is at the Mnil
The schr Lcnhi arrived yesteiday with
her Hying gibboom gone.
The II. W. Almy will sail next Satur
day. Schr Waiehu brought 20 cords of fire
wood The sailinc of the steamers Kilauea
Hou and Lehu hnvo been-poitponed un
Lady Lampson arrived yesterda y, 18
days from San Francisco.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Ajiank pass book lias been lost.'
A run away on Hotel St. yesteiday. A
stteet lamp smashed.
A child died at the Immigration
depot on Sunday night.
Vkhy heavy rains and Hoods through
the Hilo and Hamakua districts.
Tun rain fell in tonents, in this city,
on thS early moining of the 4th Inst.,
and the streets and by-wnys were seas
of floating mud at church time.
Notices have been issued in Chinese,
on behalf of the Humane Society, warn
ing Chinamen against tying the legs of
animals, carrying them with heads
down, or using horses that are lame or
have sore backs.
Nine Kahnlui boys, styled "The
Dudes," owing to the dlsastious defeat
of the SpreckeTsvlllc nine, intend to
challenge the latter to a base-ball game,
to bo played next week. If victorious,
"The Dudes" come, to Honolulu.
''ho Secietarv of the Immigration I)e-
piutmcnt has established a letterbox
for the Poitugiic-o inuiiigiants, so that
they have no troble about foiwaidlng
their first correspondence home. The
department uiidci takes to post the
letteis and pay for the stamps.
The Picsident of the JJoaid of Health
hnully needs to havo his attention
called to the sickening odors which
arise from the stagnant pools on Mer
chant street, between Poit and Richard
streets, Ids lesldenco being in close
proximity. "Look to this, Mr. Min
ister." Some Honokaa folks committed a
cowaidly act lately, by shaving off the
entire inane and tall of Unco horses.
Amongst them was a horse of Mr. Sev
erance, the Sheiiff of Hawaii. This
thing is becoming too pievalent In Hp
iiokaa, and the guilty parties,1 If 'found
out, will be severely dealt with,
Mnssns. Lyons & Levey 3011 to-dny,
ill noon, on the. Esplanade, some bonis
TitK bind might, whit advantage,
play coiy Sunday afternoon at the lui
iniginllon depot. It would bo a boon
to manj .
A cask of cuiulty to iinlinnls :
In ought befoie the Police Couit yester
day, mill the defendant. Ah Ni, was
thicd 1(1 iiuili'oM.
In the Ohtl Couit jeMeiday, Lymw it
l.it obtained judgment again! Cluing
Lock, in suieof tHMiinpslt. for $10!l.2.
Sevcial enes eic coiilliiuedi
Mkssiis, Jk'iiMJii, Smith & Co. notify
that they lmciitoek ofdiug, niedl-t,liu,-j
peifunicry and toilet ai tides.
I'leeiiptlons can h piepaied by them.
Tim TioiHiny of S'uii;, which con
tains many pieces favorably known to
Honolulu aiidlcurc'i, can be obtnincd
fiom Win. Clark, P. O. llox 281.
Sosir. upeiIor hoises, for expiexs,
can Inge and saddle use, have been re
ceived by Meis. V,r. G. Iiwln&Co.
They an Ived by the Consnelo, and are
a superior lot of animals.
Tiikui: was iiuitc a circus on the
wharf yesteiday when the mules and
hordes f mm the Consnelo weie being
landed. The mules took the niot prom
inent part in the show.
'His Majesty's yacht and the "Addle"
have been turned adiift from their
moorings lately. Poitiinntelv the wind,
each time, was fi oni the south, so that
the yachts did not drift to sea. as the
perpetrator of the cow aidly act probably
Tun encoie system Is still in vogue
and should be stopped. People pay for
their aditilslon to a perfoinianee know
ing what they will lecelvc for their
money, and it is not fair to insist upon
lecoivingmore than is their due, es
pecially when the peifoimers me ania
tcuis who give their seiviees gintui
tously. Appieeiatlon can always be
very plainly shown without the necessity
of an encoie.
."Cavtain" Gibson once pioduecd
a "splendid map of New Guinea," and.
a "giand map of the Malay Archi
pelago." Yet, Minister Gibson, at the
leipict of the Planters Labor and Suji
ply Company, could not produce a map
of Hawaii for the Boston exhibition.
His love for the "few miserable savages
and the beasts of the jungle " must have
been greater than his love for the
Tue chief ofllcer of the Bell Rock was
acquitted yesteiday by the comt that
inquii ed into the case of his shooting
the second cook. It was considered
that he had fired In self defence. He
had been ordered to an est the cook,
.and, when searching him for a knife,
the cook made a thrust at hiin. The
couit consisted of His Excellency the
Biitish Commissioner, picsident; Hon.
A. S. Cloghoin, Captain Mist, R. N.,
with Mr. C. Perry, cleik.
It is very bad taste, for people at
tending conceits, to walk 'into the hall
.and to their seats while any pait of a
programme is being performed. This
was especially noticeable on Satin day
night at the Music Hall while Miss
Castle and Miss Hopper were playing.
It is not only annoying to the audience
but especially so to the peiformeis, and
It would be well to adopt heie the plan
customary in other places of closing the
doors and admitting nobody till the
conclusion of the selection.
Mil. J. D. Fkertii, accompanied by
his Poituguese help, on nearing his
Waiklkl domicile on Sunday, was met
by a mob of horses that lushed across
the road. His young colt, that he w as
driving, became restive, and, in an
Instant, "Rachel," Frceth, horse and
buggy were in the swamp. The "tender
eyed " one, with gieat piesenco of
mind, climbed over the uppermost
wheel to terra firma, and assisted her
be-nluddcd coachman in lighting his
belongings, which fortunately remained
The hack policeman will, In future,
ask every person coining from a theatre
or place of eiiteitainnieiit for the num
ber of his can Inge or his name, so that
his enrringe may be at once called from
the ranks. This will obviate the delay
and Inconvenience that occur) cd on
Satin day night at the Music Hall, where
any hack drove up promiscuously and
waited for Its fine, who might have
been the last person to leavo the hall.
Other ladles and gentlemen had, in the
meantime, to ooss the road and search
for their hack. Next time thcicwlllbo
a call for Number
A Chinaman, named Alt Yeo, was
shot In tho back by three boys on Sun
day night near Thomas squiuo. Tho
boys politely asked John wliei e he was
going and ho told them to Wulkikl, and
proceeded on his journey. He had not
got far before ho felt a stinging sensa
tion lu his biiuk, and then went to Mr.
Hendry's hoiuo, wherann examination
was made by a brother Celestial, Dr.
McGrew, being sent -for, found on
shot undmr the skin, ami that another
had grazed hint. The Chinaman hciud
no sound from a gun, so that an air
gun was piobably used by tho highway
boys, wlm quickly ran away,
Titr. nnnual luau of the meesengeis of
Alllohuil Hale takes place oil the 10th
On Merchant sticet, near Port, theio
hn been for oine week", a pile of old
lumber. Seveial gentlemen hao "tum
bled over It on d.uk nights, and now
they mo compelled to wade through the
until and water in the middle of the
road, because the sidewalk l occupied
by the lumber.
Some of the Poiluguee Immigrants
wele ilKtilbuted jesleiday to Messrs.
Castle iV Cook ami (J. W. Macfnilaiie A
Co. Mine will leave to-day, and the
leimtinder in the course of the week.
Theic aic:i!)(l men in all. who aiedis
tilhtited as follows: To llackfeld &
Co., 8 mauled iinil 2 lngle men; to
Hi ewer A; Co., ;t5 mauled. ! single; to
D.ules ei, Co.. 78 in.iiiled, 22 single; to
CaMle A, Cooke. !t!) mauled, II single;
to Irwin A, Co., oil mauled, 1!) single;
to Miefailitne A: Co.. 88 mauled, 2f
single; to It. Ryeioft, !l uianied audi
Hawaiian Bell Telephone
Co., Eeduction of Rates.
FROM, AND AP PLU SEPT. 0, 18S3,
the telephones of this Company
within the district of Honolulu, will bo
rented at the following i educed rates,
For places of business, 95 per month.
For private residences, $4 per month.
1'ivyable qunitcrlv in advance.
rl!l lm ,T. P. Biiown Secretary.
Hawaiian Carriage MTg Co.
rENERAL Curiage and Wngon
VJC .Manufacturers, and Dealers
in Wagon Materials, &c.
Gideon "West President & Malinger
J. N. "Wright Vice-President
E. G. Schunian Sec & Treasurer
S. M. Damon Auditoi
THE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY noti
tied that the Honolulu Ice Works
Co., and Artesian Ice Works Co. have
formed a Co.paitnershlp, and from and
nftcr Nov. 4tli, all orders will be. lllled
by the Honolulu Ice Works Co. Ex
perionec litis shown thnt Honolulu can
not support two Ice Companies, and Ice
cannot bo sold Ic-s than 2J cents per
Sound, which will be the "price from
ov. 4th. All customers, on the books
of either Company will be served unless
notice is given stoppinir orders.
WILDER & CO.
lw 547 W. E. FOSTElt.
THE Working Men's Union meets at
the Armory every Tuesday even
ing, 7:30. GEO. CAVENAGH,
CAPTAIN J. A. MERTIIENS has
been appointed agent of the "Ha
waiian Humane Society."
John S. Walkki President.
Honolulu, Sept. 15th,1883. 508
NEITHER GEO. W. SMITH, or D.
McCARTNEY, Jr.., are now in our
employ, or have any further connection
with our houi-e.
532 lm IIOLLISTER & CO.
TnE public are hereby cautioned
against SHOOTING on the Waia
lae Nui and Waial.ie llti Land after this
date, or proceedings will be taken.
W. C. AKANA,
Oct. 20, 1883. 5421m
AT the annual meeting of the Stock
holders of the Paukaa Sugar Com.
pany, held this date, the following gen
tlemen were elected to serve as officers
for the ensuing year.
President Jon. Austin.
Vice-President S. L. Austin.
Scc'v and Tie.isurer. . P. O. Jones, Jr.
Auditor J. O. Carter.
P. C. JOM'.S, Jk.
Honolulu, O t. ! rmd, 18P.I. 10 3v b
AT theniinutl meeting ot t'.o Stock
hoicu.n oi'ihoOiio iil.vS sir Com
pany, held this date, the loilowi i";;en
tlcuicn wcic circled tOMneii nificera
for the ensuing yeai.
President S. L Austin.
Vice.Pre-hleni Jon. Austin.
Secretary P. C. Jones, Jr.
Treasiuer lieo. J. Uuss.
Auditor J. O. Carter.
P. O, JONEs, Jit., Soc'y
Honolulu, Oct. 22nd, 1883. 539 8w b
Good Will of the Business,
With Pour Yeara Lease! of Promises.
A. A. MONTANO
OKFKIIB FOll BALK II IS
Mgrwllt Gallery !
Furnlturo, Fillings, Instruments, and Every
thing requlslto for carrying on
Togethor with a Nuincroos Btook of
.Negatives, l'iciiircs, juius,
Tho Lonses aro superior to any In this
Tko flttings nnd apparatus are moro
complete than any other gallery
lu tills country.
Tim liiisliinaH Ih veil established, and
being run on a good paying basis,
would prove a prod table investment to
the right party.
Tho present pioprietor's reason for
wishinr to depose of this valtinblo bust.
iiess is in coiibequenco of having impor.
Hint ranch Interests which require his
Terms easy. For paitlciurs apply to
A. A. MPNTANO, Photographic Gal
levy, corner ot King and Fort streets,
llonolulu, II. I. 033 lp
Oceanic Steamship Ooinp'y.
&. this magnii-moent
it" ..:: r ... ...i
pticw hum jun j ill nieiimsiiip
MAEIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will have Honolulu and Bw
Kiunclbco on the
lat and 15th of Each Month.
I'ai-sumii us may lrte thelt mums
bunked in luUiilti'c li) applying at the
oflice of the nu;eniti.
Passengers bv this line ate hereby no
lllled that they" will he allowed 2C0lls
of higjage free by the Oveiland Kail
way, when tiavellng Kiist.
Excursion Tickols Icr Routitl Tr'p, $125,
gvi . i io it tin it by nil) ol the to.apuij's
stcinier within "nlue"iy d ty-.
MmiciiANUisK intended lor shipment
bj tin li it: will lm received ffc of
ciuiinc in the Company's New Wine
house and teceipts Is-mi'l fot same.
Insiiiianok on meiehaudise, whiWt lu
the w nuthouse, will heal ownir'-. ilk.
Wm. G. Iiiwin'&Co.,
Agents, 0. S. S. Co.
For San Francisco.
Steamship "Bell Eock."
Duntbreck, - - Commander,
Will nave quick dispatch for the above
poit. For freight or passage, having
Hitpcrioi cabin accommodation, apply to
G. W. MACFAltljANB & Co, AgOltS.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The favorite bgtne
W. H. Dimond,
Iloudletl, - Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For fielsbt or passage apply to
Wm. G. Iuwin & Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
sS The clipper bark
H. W. Almy,
Freeman, ... master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
poi t. For freight or passages' apply to
Castle & Cookn, Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
I, INF, OF STJGAMF.IIS.
hates, - - - Commander,
Will run regularly for Konn and Kau :
Lkaveb Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
Tuesday, Oct. 9
Friday, Oct. 10
Tuesday, Oct. 80
Friday, Nov. 9
Tuesday, Nov. 20
Friday, Nov. 80
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Friday, Dec. 21
Akkives at Honolulu at 5 p.m:
Tuesday, Oct. 10
Friday, Oct. 20
Tuesday, Nov. 0
Friday, Nov. 10
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Friday, Dec. 7
Tuesday, Dec. 18
Friday, Dec. 28
The C. R. Bishop,
cameuon, - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele,
nnd Waimea, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Friday evening.
The James Makee,
mcdonald, - - - Commander.
every Thursday, at !l p.m. for Kapaa and
Kilauea. Returning leaves Kauai
every Monday at 4 p-m , and touching at
Wainae, both ways.
fegfe. Steamer Likelike,
King, - Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Ka
waihae, Laupahoehoe and Uilo.
Returning, vilf touch at all tho
alove porta, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
THE FAST SAILING
will run regularly
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.
TWO PLEASANT FURNISHED
Rooms. No. 8 Kukul St. 522
Golden Onto Kxlra Family Flour,
Reucna Mills Extra ditto ditto,
Eldorado Supetflno ditto.
Columbia River No. 1 Salmon,
Plantation Salmon Goon
New Yoik or Goshen Butter,
In 25 and 10-pound palls,
For Sale at Lowest Market Rates.
BSrOrdeis for stores promptly
attended (o by
OASTLE & COOKE,
6)2 lm, h
. a 1 1
1 -ZZ3 ,
Ladies' and Gent's
Gold and Silver Watches
Just to hand.
Every Watch warranted ns
V iUBpfil((tllimT,JiMitkNo .
X U.S MINT ASSAY.
Fac-similo of Silver Cases.
W. R. r.UCIIANAN,
-tfin. Xr -ii? irirtT?nn erri?T,.-i?rr TTriivrkT.TTT.TT M &
Have the Best
Ever exhibited here, consisting in part of
Paintings, Water Colors,
EngravingH, and Statuary
Alabaster and Plaster. '
Many Styles in Hanging Brackets, ,,
In Wiro, Willow, and Itattnn. "Work Baskets, &c, &c.
Blue Jay & Peacock Ieather Fans & Dusters ..
Ornaments and Candles for Cluistmas Tices.
Xmas Cards and Presents!
Of every kind. A large assortment of
Music Boxes just received froi Ganumf?
Furniture and Pianos sold on the installment plan.
15 1 .wvjiwv i .o'l OX 4m f
"SVo have received a fuither consignment of Messrs. Mlnlces, 'Watson & Co.'g
machinery, and have now on hand, reatlj for dollvery.
Ono Trlpple-Etrect, on liiindsonin woodeA lion staging,' containlngfJsaHv
stpiure feet of heating surface, ith puinplng-engino iwd ulqpliftiglrig' mdt&H"
Ono Doublo-Eflect, having 2290 square feet of, heating, surface. wilh,
engine and montjup. ' T " ' ' b)hiJ wi
One set of Four WcMon'a l'ntent Centilfugiilsvllli engine nnd mixer.
One set of To Weston's Patent Centrifugals.
Having increased facilities for tho niniiufactuio of these machines, ,,tlo ,y '
Weston'A.Pateut for which, in Great Britain, has expired, we are Jim en- " '
aiucii io oner inem in nuueriaiiy
AVe have a full assortment of Coijtrlfugal spares linings, ibrasses, rubber"
bands and bushes, etc. ' ' i i ti Afitm
Two Diagonal Engines, each fi Inch
Clarincrs, Flat Coolers, 8xG2 and
One spare Top Roller, for 20 Inch
tnn Lnn.a Dl.l.. -nll. .... On l..l.
VIMV r.J.MiU UIUO llll.tui, 1UI U IIIUIl
Ono spare Intermediate Spur Wheel,
Agent for litis Ki(iihn?titH
N. B. Beware of inilta-n
tions, as 1 have discovered
several silver watches bear
ing the; iimnc- of ' Wnlthnra
Watches," which are of Swiss
Manufacture, and are sold aa-
gcnuinc Wnltham watches.
Fac-slmilo of Gold Cases
'X: M JS 1 B
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M. HAG AN'.,.
. "' auv
" jjn'3 YAH
i) 'i Klail"- 1'1
in Parian Marble, Bisque,
VISii0Krrnfn thitOio ncronraaTTjIna T
, caMlKtumj?tU.iTllhmii:TADc mahk7 ) I
'VAla K UNITED STATCS UMJ Asjuyy ' t i U.
i i i Ji( ... Hteft
by 13 lnoh. ' " !" " 't-
Oxftxl.7. '," 'ttVUft&T .W
by fil inch; mill. , "fljl;
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Uf i)i HICII II11I1. ' I'M)
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I , l''UntrflMUlT'aM
for gear-lug of ap.incu'lrwSVmUltfi '1'
.,JV. Macfarlanet&Co; M
tf 1) "fl Uit- jfr ir4iiii
iflRj! mi l m
i 'i"i 'i j4ioj nil yjulo 4