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FRIDAY, IS'OV. !, l8il.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
t'OU SA.N I'llANCIhCO.
M irlpoMi. . . .L" ivo II mtliilu, Novi ISih
L.uuu- Ii" lolulil. Dei!, lit.
r 'PACIFIC MAlL,8.'S. CO.
1011 8AM HU.NC1K0!
City of I'okl ig On c r about Nov 10
City ol N w Vo k...t)n or nlmut Nov, 1
An-truil a ...'.. '... On" o'muuut Nov 27
Zuuhiudlu Un or about Ue! 8.1
XOlt AUCKLXM) AND S 1)NM !
orS(liK'y Ononibout Dec
f.iiii . '
.On or about Dec 20
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
Sun nets loiltiy B. 17 p.m.
Sun rises to-iuortoxv H. 10 a.m.
Moon sett to dny t. "0....n.ni.
111-rh tide ll.:) n.m.
Diamond Ilcml, Nov. 0 0)80 n.m
Light N. E. wind.
Nothing in sight.
Stmr Mariposa from San Francisco
Bk 'Fridtlerick from Hongkong
SolirMarion from Ilnirinkun
HBkWV H Dimoncl'for S.
Sohr Lcalii for Knhnlalclo
' VESSELS LEAVINC THIS DAY.
Stmr Plnntdr for windwards ports
Stmr Jas Mnkce from Kauai
. From San Fraiicisco.por.MariposiJ
NTnv. 8 Dr E Arn nc. A linker, T
AV Clark, Miss E ) fii'shop, ljj 1
Sumner, V Gomb,. C II Cj)inl),? MisJ.9
Catherine Carnlier, .W II .Holmes, F
B Harrison, Miss .Tcsic Ca'in6von. II
B Atkins. Mother Marrianiu',, 'Sisters
Bonaventiu a, KenataR6salie'tCi c
sentia, Ludctica an(l'Antonella,-,tl(,F
C Austin, Mrs J F Woodward,, "V N
iNande'&wife, UM Horner &' wife,
Mrs M Pliillips & Son, J S Judd,.
Mrs D Ligjitner, J M Davidson,
Mrs. Dr. F E Bailey & 32 steerage,.
For Poit Townsend, per lOikitat1,
Uov 8 Mrs J Arandstren. "
For San Francisco, per V ,H Di-
mond, Nov 8 H Sehroaeder & wife.
V",M ' ' '
The Mariposa ai rived yc?tcrdny t at'
1:30 p.m., sailed hom Sin Erancisco
Nov. 1st, at!5 p.m.
..A large quantlty of bananas are ready
for the Bell Koek.
The bktne Klikitat sailed yesterday
for Port Townsend, in ballast and stores.
k.Thc tern Eva began discharging yes
The X. II. Dlmond sailqd yesterday
for San Francisco, with 2,040- bags of
sugar, 746 kegs ot sugar, lOXbbls'ot mo
lasses and 20 empty tanks. Total do
mestic value, $28,301.51.
The City of Sydney arrived in San
Francisco on 29th October, 7 days and 3
hours from Honolulu. ,, k-., k ,
The Kalakaua and Claus" Spreckels
dex"t.forf Honolulu on. 25th of October,
and the Kawailani for Mahukona on the
The'Qcrman baik Fredqilck, arrived
ijYesterdav, G9' days from Hongkong,
with a cargo of incise. Slie is consigned
to Hackfeld & ' o.
Palmer Smithies. On 8th lust.,, at
the residence of .Malcolm Brown Esq.,
by Rev. A. Mackintosh, J. A. Palmer to
Hannah E. Smithies, daughter of J. S.
Oct.' 30th, at, the residence of Deputy
Clerk Hiu-hberij, Sun 'r.inci,co, attei a
biicf but painful illness, Frank, J. Mel
lis. aged 32 years.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
That coin hasn't come.
some new pictures
Lycan ii C'o's.
i H The Mission Clilldreu's Society mtf?ts
to-ulght at Kawalahao Seminary'.
. M ' y-rtr- ' ' ' M
Wiseman has a house on Sehool street
ana land at Kaplolant Park for sail.
Lucas' 'wliisle, whllegenerally very
accurate, haffatlcd to bo on time three
days this week. ' "
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' Purser McLank, of tho Mariposa,
' has kindly supplied us with late mcri
can'pap.Qrs ' t
Tub store of A. M. Mellis will be
closed to-day on account of tftd death
, of Frank J. Mellis.
The accoinpllshments of Jlm.Dodd'B
parrot arc increasing. It is now able to
sing Hawaiian songs.
TjHE'new six-oared racing gigjhas not
arrlved'by the Mariposa. It will not bo
here till after the regatta. .
TnE wWstlo of Lucas' mill was rather
'husky yesterday when announcing tho
arrival of the .Mariposa.
Hi8 Excellency tiio Minister of the
Interior, though veryimwell this xveek,
has been sticking to business.
Tin staff 'of the Advertiser hiirrjed on
board the Mariposa yesterday hoping to
meet their confrere, but he dldn.t come.
TTrr ' f I -" . . 1
Dit. E. Aknino, theGeinianphysl-
lan who hns been sent here to study
leprosy, arrived yesterdny on the Mari
A quantity of 'eggs were seen on the
ground oiUbWoj tho walls lof.'tuo Palace
Getting ready for
L"llWm imu LI IJI.PiMWMIIJWBWHgUUI'L.imJI'JlH !
In the luuiils of Its Cliltiueu lniinufacluier,
is tlility sixtcut long, elftlitcuii inches
dw Pa lid four ft'ot beam.
l,"i!i!it Siilinoii on ko, e'l-di'in nystcr?,
apples mid pears for tiililc lit' huxe jusi
been leeched by Kcnnodx & Co. lltur,
upj its their supply is limited.
Tin: bust urtlt 1h Honolulu li to bu
.seen ut vViiU'ihousos King Stieut Stoic.
IIe W'dalfy ni ,voik mini nVlllliiif tl ghv
1..A.:V!t.. ..... All ?o..ihl "
Tin: Cliiii.iiiian, who was shot on
Siuidav lust, Mill litis a small bullet III
Ins shoulder. 1)r. MlGrcw does not
ililnk that ll will
Jin. Hoiin is losing no time In rc
croettng hl' buildings. The 'now ones
aie aire uly well advanced unci the roof
of the low of cottages
with conjugated lion.
is being covered
Otmiepott on the Royal school hub
bemii unavoidably held over for several
days. An account of the stinic institu
tion appeared In one of the supplement's
of this week's Gazittc.
' A suGor.sTiox to the Minister of the
'Interior. Improve tlicvpntilatlon in the
quarters of the immigrants at the depot.
Windows and doom me not butlleicut,
ventilation is lequlrcd from above.
Mil. J. M. Davidson was welcomed
'yesterday by man v fi lends! ho were
glad to see his genial face once more.
Mr. AV. II. Holmes, of Honokaa, was
also a passenger' on the Mai iposa, re
turningafter a business trip East.
i IcK-cituvM business pays, evidently as
"a'thlrd cat t, owned by Melnerny, now
perambulates the suburbs. Some resi
dents think there Is 1oo much of a'good
thing in (not the cream) but the
ilntliiiibuhitipn of the bells. Youug men
REVrA-rMACiciNTOSH had the pleasure
.yesterday of olllciuting at, the m.ttrliuo
niaLceremoiiy of one of his assistants
Hit the Royal behool, Miss Smithies,
daughter of Mr, J. S. Smithies, Secretai
of the JSouid of Immlirr.itlon having
-.becnjmTtrieU to Air. J. A 1'iliiier, lately
'ofthe firm of Palmer & Timelier. Aloha
rl. , , ,.
A xnw warehouse has ju-t been built
by Messrs. Dillingham & Co., at the
rear of tlieir Foi t street stole. In size
,it is SOtfeefx 50 feet, and of two stories.
It Is well lighted and well ventilated
from" above. It will hold a large quantity
of goods and the llrm are endeavoring
to locate'all their supplies In one bite,
instead of having them, as hitherto, In
various ports of the town. .
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Mechanical toys. Call at Water
houses King Street Store and see them
the nigger with his tray of .fruit,-the
dude who smokes, the happy family nt
dinner (he drinks and she' eats)V'tlie
ship nt sea, the barbel's shop with the
.customer reading Lc Figaro. They are
tin; best 'of the kind ever brought to
Honolulu, and' the warbling of'the bird
in Its cage will alone repay any person
who may call to Inspect them.
-Cabs' are luxuries. So a late member
of the Gibson ministry discox-ered' yes
terday, xvhen judgment for 200 and
costs xvas given against him. This is
notilikelyto be the last of these cases,
as theie is another ex-minister and yet
a present minister that "cabby" x-ants
to settle with. In yestei day's case the
amount was over 200, butthe defendant
wished to make it a round sum, and the
When the sisters of mercy arrix-ed
yesterday, a small blue box xvas handed
to a member of hisMajcqty' household,
xvho, opening Undisclosed to viexv xxhat
appeared to be a golden ornament. His
Excellency the Piemler immediately
seized upon tho glided toy, thinking it
xxould not be safe in the hands of any of
His Majesty's household, and he opened
t, and ho found the brass luirirae
abels of Wilkinson's Express' Company.
A mother and six sisters of mercy
arrived yesterday, by the Mariposa,
from Syracuse, N. Y. Tliov xvere re
ceived by His Excellency the President
of, the. -Board of Heahh, father Leonor
anu jurs. uecKieyr -ine carriage or
Her Majesty Queen Kaplolanl was sent
to convey them to their new homes. Six
more sitters xvill shortly fojloxv. The
country is to be congratulated on their
aiiival, and, to Mr. Gibs n Is due con
sidewible credit for the interest he has
taken lu obtaining them.
BEKOKE.the Mariposa niyed yester
day ahorse In a can (age bolted near
the Custom House. The passengers
were a child of Mr. J. Strong's and its
nurse; tho letter's llrst thought xvas for
her charge, and she called to people to
"ta.kc the cuuti." lnexe xvas one man,
Mr; O. Stillmuu, ready to respond, and
he ran at full"speed after the bolting
caniage, and, xvhen close to it, the
, cldld was dropped into his arms by its
careful muse. Mr. Stlllman at once
stopped running and fell to the ground,
but the child xvns unlunt. The horse
xx-as, pulled up at the corner of King
street, no further damage having oc
curred than a fright to the driver and
dtiven. Both the nurse and A(rr StUU
man aro deserving of great praise.
In the Cixjl Co..rt jesieiduy, J. J,
Sullivan et al obtained judgment for
$200 agaiiibt Simon K, Kiwi who ac
knowledged the debt, Costs $15,75,
Mr. Abhfoulnpreicd for the plaintiffs,
The cnEO of J. B. nopkins y. E. II,
Thuchcr occupied the iutpiil)pn of the
Court for a considerable, time, It is a
casof assumpsit for $P015 claimed
by tfib nliilntiff for services rendered
and in consideration of oxtra work per,
formed when tho defendant soltl lun
business to Benson, Smith & Co, The
folluVing witnesses xvore examined!
MesMS. Limine. Q. Ashloy. G. Smith, J
A. Palmer and Mr. Timelier. Judgment ,
xvas continued to jsth im-t. u. u. xvtii
t-on v. C. W. ( lark msuiopMt for 812, no
appearance of tho defeudant. M-m. 'A.
Singer x. J. V. Herring, nssump it for
8. 0. defendant1 contested judgment.
C Ms $3.10 llipaina y. Akanu, case (lis
continued. ' ' v.
Hawaiian Carriage M'f'g Co.
KNKRaL Wirrlimcand V'ngon
VJT 'Miiniifiicnircrs. n id DenliT
in Wngon MnteriitN, vvc.
Oideon Weil 1'iesldtmt & Manager
J. N. Wilglit Vice Pre-Ident
n. O. Schiinuin ..Sec JA TieaMiret
S. M. Damon ...."..'. Auilitoi,
HlVWoiking Men't Union mcou nt
the Aiinoiv toiy Tui'mIiiv esuii
ii g, 1 :H0 t.;r.o. cavenaoii,
ol',) Scot clary.
jvrEii'iir.u oi:o. v. smith, or i.
1 .MfOAltTNi'.V, .In., me now In oui
employ, or liavu unj further couneclioii
with our Unit e.
nmin IIOLLISTEU Ai UU. .
THK public are iieioby cautioned
J iiqnlnsl SHOOTING mithcWnla
lue Nu nutl Wulaluo Iki Land after this
date, or proceed iii"S will be taken.
W. O. AKANA,
Oct. 2(1, 13. 543 1m
AT tho annual meptine of the Stock
holders of ike Paukaa Sugar Com
pnny, held this dine, the lolloivlng" gen
tlemcn xxeie elected to seivo ns olllceis
for the ensuing year.
President Jon. Austin.
Viee-1 resident S. L. Austin.
Scc'vnndTicisurer..l. Clones, Jr.
Auditor J. O. Cart or.
Honolulu, Oat, afnil, 18s3. G'll) :iw b
AT the iinnuil meeting of the Stock
holder- of the Oi oniea S gar Com.
puny, held this date, the loilowing gen
tlemen xvoic" elected to servo as ofllcer.s
fo.1 the ensuing year.
President P. L Austin.
Vice-President Jon. Austin.
Secretary P. C. Jones, Jr.
Triasurer i . .Gen. J. Ro-,s.
A.iditor ..I. O. Cm ter.
P. C..10NE,Jn.. Spc'y
Honolulu, Oct. 22nd, 183. 539 Sxv b
the undo niuiied do heieby i;lx'e
notice thai Chun lice has this
day retired fioni our firm, and is no
louuer liable for the delts and liabili
ties"thereof. HOP SING & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 12, u-83. 550 Ixv
WILLIAMS & CO,
;, 120 FORT STREET,
Have Seemed theServic?8 of
One of the Best Artists
From San Francisco, HU Coloring is
Views of the Volcano,
AKo on Hand, Come and See Them.
Golden Gate Extra Fnm'.lj Flour,
' " P.euenn Milb'Extnt dltto'ditto,
Eh'erido u. e line ditto.
Colambia Rixer No. 1 Salmon,
Plantation Salmon Good
New Toik oi Goshen Butter,
" In 25 and 10-pound pails,
For Sale at Lowo3t Market Rates.
ggTOrders for stores promptly
"' attended to by
CASTLE & COOKE.
Oood Will of the Business,
With Pour Years Lsasel of Premises.
A. A. MONTANO
OFFERS FOIt SALE HIS
Mgrullc Gallery !
Furnlturo, Fillings, Inslrumonts, and 'Every,
thjng roquislto for carrying qn
t' tho business, '
Tqgethcr wjtli a Numerous Stock of
Ncgntive-i Plnhres, Mats,
Tho Lenses aro superior to any In this
The fittings ami apparatus nre moro
complite than nny other galltry
Jn thU country,
The bupino-B is xvell cstablishel, and
being run on a good paying basin,
would prove a profitable investment to
tho rlgh' party.
Tho prosont proprietor's reason fo'
xvishin1.' to dl'pnso of this valuablo busl.
nesB Is In confequence of having impor.
lant ranch Interests whicli require his
perfonnl supervl-lon ,
Tcrm ea x'. F r pnitlenhrs npplyjto
A. A, MONTANO. Photographic Gal,
iery, roruor of King and Fort streets!,
Honolulu, II. I. 533 lm, ji
uceamo StGamsnip Oomp'y.
i new mid EIpimiiI bttnmship
.MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
J Will ltaie Honolulu iind San
Kiniiel-eii on the
I 1st and 15th of Each Month.
I'vssi.Nuuis limy lime their names'
booked In mlvnticis by applying at the
ollleo ol the anenis.
Paseni;cis by this llnu me heieby no
titled I liai they will bo allowed 2G0 lbs
of luggage free by tho Ovctlaml Hull
wax, when traveling Ivist.
Excurilon Tickets lor Round Trip. $125,
good to leltirn by uny ui the roiiipnnyV
.ntennieH xvitiiiii'iiiin'ty dnys.
MnuoiiANMisi: intended Kir shipment
by this line will bu received free of
charge In the Company's Noxv Ware
house nnd icceipts issiie.l for same.
- Ixsunxxci: on niorehaiidlse, xvhilst in
tliti xviiiehouse, will bo at oxvner's rlsk.
Wm. G. Inxvix & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
For San Francisco.
Steamship " ell' Book."
Dumbicck, - . Commander,
Will nave quick dispatch for the above
port. For fi eight or passage, having
superior enbin accommodation, apply to
G. W. Maofaiilane & Co, Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The clipper bark
H. W. Almy,
Freeman, - - - ? master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
poit. For freight or passage apply to
Castle & Cooke, Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The clipper bgtne
Cousins, . i . Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the Above
port. 'For freight or passage apply to'
,v. G. Iuwin & Co.. A mints.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The favorite bark
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
t 'astle & Cooke, Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
IilNB OF STEAMERS.
bates, - Commander,
Will run regularly for Kona and Kau :
Leaves Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
Tuesday, Oct. 9
Friday Oct, 19
Tuesday, Oct. .0
Friday, Nov. 9
Tuesday, Nov. 20
Friday, Nov. 30
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Frjday, .Dec. 21
AnnivEB at Honolulu
AT 5 P.M :
Tjesday, Oct. 10
Fiiday, Oct. 20
Tuesday, Nov. (J
Friday, Nov. 10
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Fiiday, Dep. 7
Tuesday, Dec. '18
Friday, Dec. 28
The C. R. Bishop, '
camekon, - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
at 5 p.m., for Naxvilixvili,, Koloa, Eleole,
and Waimea, Kauai. Returning, Ieavei
Naxvilixvili every Friday evening.
The James Makee,
mcdonau), - - Commander-
every Thursday, at H p.m. forKapaa and
Kilauea. Returning leaves Kauai
every Monday at 4 p-m , and touching at
Wainae, both ways.
King, - Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., tDueliir.g at Lahaina, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Mabuko'na, Ka
xvalhae, Latipahoehoe and Hilo.
Returning, x.'ill touoli at all the
al oxf ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
THE FAST BAILING
will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY 3IONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Cnptnin on board, or to
181 . A. F. Cooke, Agent.
" iDIARIES ForT88i
A "' )
OjSJJO Sc COS.
G. H. ROBERTSON,
Drnymap bost teams
n(' rnwn. sTnh'nbnpc Sn fifi.
BOVEJOY & CO.,
No. 8 and 10,
Merchant Street, Honolulu,
IMrOUTERS AND JOlini'.llB OF
US IIJIUVN MiUtlMl
Wish to inform, pld frienila nud the
public generally that they have now a
moip complete and $
Largsr Asiortment of Ohoice and
Desirable Goods, i
than ever beforo, whtch they will sell
AT LOWEST r08StBLE PRICES.
We aro constantly receiving additions
to our hjok, and feel sure of giving sat.
Isfactlon to all puiohtueni.'
Wiudc! J, Quirito
517, . , XXtY US. 8m
, i ,( -$
Ladies' and Gent's
Gold and Silver Watches
Just t6 hand.
Every Watch warranted n8
Fac-similo of SilvejjCasee.
IPVrVfllgjlCjfanlltv'. 'vmawwiv m:n 11 c
- -- ' V . Z- " r . sX
VSwV US MINT ASSAY. A VA3K tNITCDSTATCQMlHTASSA
105 & 107 . ., FORT STREET; HONOLUJ-TJ..
Have the Best Assortment! ! "'
Evsr exhibited here, consisting in part
Pdininrpc Wciat P.nlnrs
Engrravings, and Statuary
Many Styles in Hanging Brackets,
In Wire, Willow, and Rattan.
Blue Jay & Peacock Feather Fans & Dusters
Ornaments and Candles for Christmas Trees.
Xmas Cards and Presents
Of every kind. A large assortment of
Music Boxes just
.Furniture and Pianos sold
' ..- .
' Mi !
We.havqyrcceixed a further consignment of Messrs. Mirrlees, "Watson & Co.'r
mnchinciy, nnd have noxv on hand, ready for delivery.
One Tripplc-EfTect, on hnndsomo .eVfloannjrniU&ngin
square feet of heating surface, xxltli pumping engine 'and illchiuglng nriout
jus, compieie. , s 5
engine und inontjiis.
having . 22p0
One set of Four Weston's Patent Centrifugals, xx I. h engine and mixer.
One sot of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugals. , . , , . ,
. I'l" ? tv It tf
Having increased facilities fnr tho manufacture of these tmarhinev tho
Weston's-Patfiit for wliLh, In Qieat Rrllain, has expired, xvo'aro thus en
abled to oiler them ut materially reduced,,!!! ices. k,., Iltr u. t 1vs
Wo have a full assortment of Centrifugal spares linings, brasscs'rubber
bands nnd bushes, ttc. "' -.,!..
I !t. -I tyHV
iTwoiDJagonal Englnts.'cachJS inch by 13 inch. ' ''"!' l'
Clariflers, Flat Coolers, 8x6x2 and
One spare Top Roller, for 20 ilnch
One spare Bide Roller, for 20 inch
'. One spare Intermediate SpurAVheel
v mwwm "mmm'"
VI anafl to
Agent for this Kingdom
N. B. Bexvaro of imita
tions, "as I liiivc dibeoVercd
scycrnl silver xvntclics benr
ing the name of " Walthnm
Wutolies," xvbteliaie ofSxvisa
Manufacture, nnd nre sold as
. ... rmlill"!.' -Tl.Ii
genuine ivuiiinun xyuicuua.j
Flic-simile of Gold Cases
. i ii"rJ
in' Parian ' Marlil'e, Bisque,
Wnrlr Ttocl-otd .
, &c, &c.
- -v J."-f J-JA3MHA
on theins'.allment plan. . ,. ,.
.j'jo'wd no i Ol ,oYL
'in JHiffc . H33UO tk
square sfcot of ' hatlngx)vBurfaije,wllh
. tit t 4 i
by 54 Inch; mill
by 54 inch mill.'
for gearing; of 20 ipeh 64 udHi
i ' i-i!,ji i 1 1 ,h,
receiyefl from Geriany.
My & mwxi