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SATURDAY, NOV. 10, 1S83.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
l'Oll SAN KHANI'ISCO.
51 ulposa. . ..Livci llniulitlu, Nov. loth
Alaiiic-tltt: j . VijVc- Ho oliihl. Due. lit.
C'' PAGIHU MAIL 8. S. CO.
FOIl BV.N KHaNCISCO:
City of ''ehitigv. . .idn trillion! Nov 10
Oily Dl N v Vo k. .On or about Nov 1
An l ml I. ...On or iibiitu Nov JJ7
Zculniidiii '...On or about Dec 2.1
KOll AVOKIiVNU AN'I) SH1NUY!
City of Sydney On or nbout Den 1
Austrnliii On or about Uec 20
SUN," MOON ANDSlA.
Sun sets today '. . 0. 17....... p.m.
Sun rises to-morrow .. 0. 11 n.m.
Moon sets tp-nigllti.. 2.15..., n.m.
lliuh tide (double tlde)12. U0..nmi. & p m.
Diamond Head, Nov. 10, 0:110 n'.tn"
tight N. E. wind.
Nothing m sijrlit.
Stmr Kilauea Hou from Kahtilui
Stmr Mokolii from Koolau
Jjehr Emma fiom llecin
Schr Gun Seigel from Koolau
SchivHaleaknhi from .Pepekeo
Nov9- " ' '
Stmr Planter for windwards ports
Stmr Jas Makce from Kauai
VESSELS, LEAVINQ THIS DAY. ,
Stmr 'Bell Rook for San Francisco
Schr. Jenuio Walker for Iii'minl' Is
Schr Lihuliho for Kukuilmcle
Bk Almy for Ran Francisco,' .'
For Kauai and Waiartae, per Jas
Makee, Nov 9 J T Kuiua, J BUsh,
J L.Ross, A P Jackson & 45 deck.
For windward poits'per Planter,
Nov (J P Combe,' 6 H Combe, F II
Sumner,'' J Gomion, M13 Bailey, J M
Horner and wife, B S Homer, T L
Stoltz, J ILoveyjoy &-2S deck. ,
From Kahului per Kilauea lion,
Nov. 10 Mrs Brownell aud cliild,
"V O Smith, J ShawVSi Harrison, R
jIoore, W W Gooclale, Mr Camp
bell, 45 deck..
The American bark Coloma ai rived
off port yestei day in distiess. On Cth
inst. the second mate was lost oveiboaid ;
ajjaatcontauiiug the chief officer and
four men, was lowered to search foi
him but was swamped. A second boat
with" three men jvas loweied, and res
cued with.dilliculty. She is 18 daysfout
from Poitland, bound for Hong Kong
with 250 Chinamen on boaid. Captain
Noyes is a part owner. of the,.Aldcn
Bessie now expected.1 iTheQolorna', an
The schr Jennie "Walker will sail to
day for Fanning Is. fiom theie she. will,
go to the S. S I.
Ti, .LOCAL &fGErjERALsNEWS.
The "Mariposa brought a very large
Tm"! Band 'will not 'play at the Hotel
untll'f urther notice.
Mb, E. P. Adams offeis fresh apples
for sale to-day at noon.
j '; I'U -tt .
The usual concert will take place at
Emma Square on Monday next.
The Great Clearing Sale at A. M.
Mellis' will commence this morning.
, , , , in '
"The M'uck vs. The Crown" will be
Mr. Crazans Sunday evening theme.
Dr! Damon will lead the Gospel
'Temperance Meeting at the Bethel to
A sale of leases of ijccjlunds willjtake
place to-day at noon at Lyons & Levey's
i NiNEfhdndred add thirteen immigrants
were discharged from the 'depot up to
Thursday night.' a
Os& hundred immigrants, for'Messrs.
Trwin ,'Ort:were BhiDned!:ycsterd.iy by
the James Jfakeci ' , ' ,
A party .it the Hotel yesterday seated
themselves In the shades pf a banana
tree and were .photographed,
Mr. F. t! Leneiian has authorized
A. 'Jaeger to act lor mm uunng ms
absence from the Kingdom.
Mr. G. D. Curtis, wu0 was Iu IIono
Uulu a few months since, has again
.returned to' 'his business at IlUrtfoid,
Conn. - ' ,
The unfortunate Spartan was last
heard of at "Nagasaki in Japan where
she had put in for repairs, havi g been
damaged In a typhoon.
The purchasers of lumber by the Han.
lcow? were unable to use It, and one
gentleman cast his Into the sea. How
have, the last purchasers fared?
Amongst the mechanics whom lived
by the Mariposa, was Mr. E. J. Evan,
for the C tj'i Shoeing Shop,. who stands
at the tbpof'theJ list as' a llooimaii In
San Frahclsco, Owners of stock w 111 do
well to bear this in mind.
"Love," said a poet, "is an intoxi
cation of the soul." Yes it is. That's
itv'And a divorce eouit Is a sort of
cooler a kind of a place wheie you
sober up, as it weie, where yon wake up
with a headache and a raging thirst,
and wear off foiever, only to learn, In
an4hour,or'two,vthat nothing In the,
world will do you so much good as a
little more of the same, and you brace,
up in the old-fashioned way, just Hko
ihe ieBt of the boys. Argonaut.
A hutd tint, I6idod with emply case,
was l tint' taken lofyi 1 orl Stncl yo.
Ienla,, when oi o uf the h ol- ca ip
oil' bo rljd tin cajesi '
Tiiii Bell Hock lcavc3 this morning.
Mr. J. Sinionson takes passage by her,
his wife bciilg scilously ill In ritiu Finii
olseo. AxoTiiuiihcalilcal company talks of
taking iW Musk Hnll for ifiied.nioiiUis
from 1st .Timuaiy. They all talk but
don't do business.
Tiik onl loy.l luilitdi lnstitullon in
II nottilu yistcidny, on ilio oci'ioimi of
l lie liiithdny of II. II. H. Iliu Pilnfic of
4Ib., was loliini (Jul lege which lioUtcd
Tin: committee of the Boys Heading
lloom Association meets to-night to
arrange for the celebration of the second
aunleisary of their organization. At
the last regular meeting, Mr. Frank
Mcltityre was elected a member,
i 1 ! i . . .
At the Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon
service, Mrs. Cman and Mr. Judd will
sing solos, 31 is. Damon and Mis. Pierce
will sing, "Have you any loom for
Jesus," and tlieie will bo the usual cn
joyablo coiigiegationnl singing and
service. "Astiay. and How to Get
Back,-" will bo the theme of Mr. Ciu
zaii's 20-minute sermon. AH sue invited.
A meeting of the hamber of Com.
merca was held yesterday morning. The
following officers were elected: Presi
dent, lion. O.K. Bishop; vice-president,
A.J. (aitwilght Ksq.; secretary and
trcas.urer,,.T. li. Atherton Esq. The by
laws were accepted. The meeting
adjourned till Friday next, at ton
o'clock, when a committee of arbitration
will be appointed and new members
Queen street was the scene of a dis
turbance yesterday mornhig. A for-1
eigner, drunk, had been hitting a native
woman, and continued Ills attcntiou.tn
her in the street. A policeman inter
fored'and tien the.gentloman's legs as he
wjjs ofra mulWi disposition, until he
Cooled dqwn, when he was diiven off to
see Mr. Dayton. "v
As one Government ofllcial has given
a clear, and satisfactory lecture on the
uses of his department, it is to be hoped
that 'other will followln the lead thus
given. The acting secretary of the
Foieitrn Office should be invited to
elucidate the mvstcries of his depait
ment, such as the abstraction of pi otests,
Dk. Damon will preach to a union
audjonce in Fort St. Cliurch Sund.ij'
morn inc. a historical disco irse in honoi
of the 409th birthday of Mirtin Luther.
Rev-. Ciuzan, crritt, Bishop and Hyde
wilPassNt in the services. In addition
to music by the fine choir of Fort St.
Ciurch, tlnee hymns written by I.uther
wil he sung. A special invitation is
extended to the German residents of IIo
inolulu to attend this service.
The Eclipse Boat Club htltl a meeting
on Thursday evening and adopted a
constitution andi'by laws. The entrance
fee was fixed at 2.50. They have seHt
to Sydney and San Francisco to ascer
tain the pi ices of boats, besides apply
ing ,'to (Honolulu builders. Their first
purchase will be a four oared gig. The
meeting wast full of harmony as the
Symphony Club was playing at the time
in the Y. M. O. A. hall.
" On Thursday evening Mr. Cm lis J.
Lyons lectured at the Y.M.C. V . hall on
the subject of the uses of the survey.
The attendance was small, but those
present were deeply interested in the
remarks bf the lecturer, who explained
his various points by reference to maps
and plans. The subject was well handled
and in a manner which Mr. Lyons' long
experience enabled him to deal with it.
His explanations of the necessities
and mysteries of survev were made
clear to the uninitiated. The Symphony
Club played during the evening.
EveiiydOdy likes fish, but it is some
times difficult to obtain in Honolulu,
though this should! not bo the case. On
Thursday, after the arrival of the Mari
posa, a message was icceived from
Messis. Kennedy & I o. They wantep
an IntervioWand got It. The flrst'object
seen at the cntiance to their sloie was a
splendid fiesh salmon, just off the ice.
.Inside the store another was in process
"of demolition and 'the plpky fiesh was in
prime condltl n. A tin of eastern oys
ters, otttlie i;e, was nandeci touswitn
a slice of the salmon. They weie a
treat and heartily enjoyed by a party of
. , . i
At the immigration depot yesterdav
the energetic secretary borrowed a knife
fiom the police officer on duty theie.
The'lattdv explained how(lie had .found
it Fomo months ago on a table in the
office, and, as nobody claimeJ it, he ie
served it for his own use. Tlio tecte
tary at once remembered having lo--t i.
knife at that time. In the meantime it
)iad been handed to " one of those ho1,
lid reporters" who put it in his pocket,
and hubsequently handed his own knlfi
lo the secretary who examined it and at
once icpognizeq his long lot pio,cit.
he immigration knife, which km four
blades, can be obtained at this ollice ii
Mr. Smithies will return the ntw-piinei
knife, which Iris only three blades.
I'eihnps thiii t'me lie will Lo lettoi abli
to lecognio hi" pioperty.
JIisEx'cellencyrMr. O, T. Gulick ic
celvcd an agreeable surpilse on Thurs
day evotilng from the Honolulu Fire
Department. He was the recipient of a
very handsome cane mado of sandal,
cocoanut, kou and kauila woods. It
was very handsomely mounted in gold,
the mounting resembling a hydiant and
hose, on which wore a Hiemau and a
flio engine. The following Inscription
was engiaved upon the handle: ' Pre
sented uy the Honolulu Fho Deptut
ment to Charles T. Gulick as a token of
their ajipieclatlon of his sei vices as Sec-
letary and Ti easurer fiom 1800 to 1883.
Honolulu, November 8th, 1883," Tho
Fire Department are to Ije congiatulated
upon their metliog of showing their ap
proval of the faithful services of an old
member, and Mr. Gulick cannot hut
feel that bjs labors, on behalf of the de
partment5, havu been fully appreciated.
Tho cano was made by Mr, W. E. Hei
irlck, and mounted by Messis. jhoglic &
Spear, and no description of it can give
any idea of their woiknuinshlp. Itaun
be seen at llw store of Messrs. J. M.
Oat, Jr., & Co.
Hawaiian Oatriago M'fcj Go.
GENERAL O hi luge nn.l AIigon
Man ifiiMtuufj, -iitd l)t ihrs
in Wugoa Matin lab, iV-c.
Gideon West President & "Mmi-igor
J. N. Wi iglit fpcPn Mdi-iit
L G. Schuinan Sec is Ticistiicr
S. M. Damon. , Auditoi
"pHl Working Men's Unhn iiu-dx at
X the Armoiy to y Tuesday even
ing, TiO. GEO.'CAVENtVGII.
"fcrLTl'IlEH (JRl). V. SMITH, or
S MuUA liTNE V, Jit , nie now in our
employ, or have any further connection
willi our home.
VIS 1m HOLLISTKU L CO.
''piIK iiublic un- licieby cautioned
JL. ttgniiiM hllOOTING onthoWnla
lac Nui and Waialae Ikl Land after this
date, or pioccedings will be taken
W. O. AKANA,
Oct. 20, 18S. 5421m
AT the annual meeting of tho Stock,
holders of the l'aukan Sugar Com
pauy, held this date, the 1 allowing gen.
tlemen were elected to serve as olllceis
for tho ensuing year.
President. Jon. Austin.
Vice-! resident S. L. Austin.
Ses'y and Ti easurer. . 1 O. .1 oiies, Jr.
Auditor J. O. Carter.
Honolulu, Oct. SSnd, 13S:i. o tf) !iw b
A T theairhuil mecilug of the Stock
J lioidori oftheOi oitieaS girCom-
liany, 1 eld this date, tl.o tollowinu: acn-
lemen weie elected
to etr,ve as olllcir-
lo.- the ensuing yuai.
President . ...P. L Austin.
Vicc-Pi evident Jon. Austin.
Sccretaiy P. C. Jones, Jr.
Trtasuicr Geo. J. Koss.
Auditor I. O. Cait'er.
P. C. JONE-, Jh.. Sec'y
Honolulu, OcJ. J2nd, 18SH. 5:'ft ftw b
W'E the unde ii).i)t(i do hereby give
notice tlial Chun Hee lias this
day retired from out linn, and is no
lonecr liable for the debts and liabili
ticsthereof. HOP SING & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 12, inS'(. 530 lw
WIIiLIAMS & CO,
120 FOItT STREET, ' '
Have tecured the Services of
One of the Bast Artists
From San,Fraucisco, Hia Coloring is
Views of the Volcano,
Also on Hand, Come and See TJiem.
Golden'Gnte Extra Fam Ij Mom,
Hi'iiena Mills Extra ditto litto,
i ! jij El.'crado tu, e fine dittb, .
Colambia'RherNo. 1 S.dnion,
Plantation Salmon Good
New Yoik or Go alien Butler,
In 25 and 10-pound pails,
For Sale at Lowest Market Rates.
ISfOrderB for stores promptly
attended to by
CASTLE & COOKE.
fi-lt m b
Good Will of the Business,
With Four Years L3asel of Premises.
A. A. MONTANO
OFFERS FOR SALE HIS
Furnituro, Fillings, Instrumonls, and Every
thing roquisito (or carrying on
Together with a Numerous Stock of
Negative PinlU'cs, Mats,
Tho Lensos aro suporior to any in this
The fittings nnd apparatus are mpro
compkto than any other gallery
in tills country.
The buMnc's is well established, and
being run on a good paying basis,
would prove a profitable investment to
the light party.
Tho present pioprietor's renson fo
wislilii'.' to dispose of tills valuable busl,
ncss Is in comequenie of having impor
tant ranch Interests which require 'his
Terms cajv. F r piHrii) irs apply to
4, A. MONTANO, Photographic Gal.
lerv. .ornor pi King and Fort streets,
1 Honolulu, i. I. Q33 lm
Oceiffito SHJjfcaship Oomp'y...
ari&a!!afel"'v and Ckg.mt Ste.imship
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
H'ill have Honolulu nnd San
Fihiiuim'o on the
1st and 15 tk of Each Month.
I'asm.nuiiiis may hue their tnilucs
booked in advance by npph nig al the
ollice" of the aguntsi
Passenijurs by lids line are hereby no
tilhd that they will be allowed 250 lbs
ol luggage free by the Overland Hall
way, when tiuvelln'g Last.
Exclusion Tickets for Hound Trtp, $125,
good lo leturit by any ol the Totupjiiy's
steamers within niucy duys.
MuiiciiANiJiBr. intended for shipment
by this lino will bo received lice of
chaigc In tho Company's New AVaie
iionse mm receipts isMio I for same.
Lnsuiiaxgu on merchandise, whilst In
tile win chouse, will be at owner's risk.
"Wm. G. Iiiwin & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
For San Irancisco.
Steamship "Bell Rock."
Dumbicck, - - . - Commander,
Will nave quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage, having
superior cabin accommodation, apply to
G. W. MACFAHI.ANE & Co, AgClltS.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
EaStf5" The clipper bark
- H. W. Almy,
Freeman, - - - master,
Will have quick dispatch for the abovo
port. For freighter passago apply to
Castle & Coops, Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The clipper bgtne
Cousins, -' - '.- - Master,
Will hiue quick dispatch for the abovo
port. For freight or passage apply to
W. G. Irwin & Co.. Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The favorite bark
Rust, : : : Master.
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
I'astle & Cooke, Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
lilNE OF SITEAMJERS.
hates, - - . Commander,
Will run regularly for Kona and Kau :
Leaves Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
Tuesday, Oct. 9 Tuesday, Nov. 20
Friday, Oct. 19 Friday, Nov. 80
Tuesday, Oct. 30 Tuesday, Dec. 11
Friday, Nov. 9 Friday, Dec. 21
Arrives at Honolulu at 5
Tuesday, Oct. 10
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Fiiday, Dec. 7
Tnesday',' Dec. 18
Friday, Dec. 28
Jmuay, Oct. 2U
The C. R. Bishop,
CAMERON, - - - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwill, Koloa, Eleelc,
and Wnimea, Eauai. Returning, leavet
Nawiliwili every Friday evening.
The James Makee,
mcdonalu, ... Commander
Leaves Honolulu ,
every Thursday, at 3 p.m. for Kapaa and
Kilauea. Returning leaves Kauai
every Monday nt 4 p-m., and touching at
Wainae, both ways.
King, ' Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahalna, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Muhukona, Ku
wailine, Laupahoehoe and Uilo.
Returning, will touch at all the
alovM ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
THE FAST SAILING
Schooner Ehukai '
will run regularly
TO WAIALTJA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
uupiain on uoaru, or to
a., r . vjookb, a gem.
DIARIES For 1884
G. H. ROBERTSON,
, Drayman best teams
Telephone N 5, ' 1 B
LOYIJOY & CO.,
No . 8 and 10,
Merchant Street, Honolulu,
,iMrouTi:ns and joduehs of
Wisli to jnfqrin old friends aud tho
publip generally that they have now a
moro complete and
Larger Assortment cf Choice and
than. ever before, which they will sell
AT LOWEST rOBSIBLK PJUCES.
Wearo constantly" recnlvlug additions
to our stocjj, and feel suro of giving satr
iniaciion to an purcuasers,
B47 TET TJ&J 'i-2a
In row ii.
AIbs, Wmes & Spirits,
tk wlj IS lie! i IDBS'I''H
Ladies' and Gent's
Gold and Silver Watchet
Just to hand.
Every "Watch warranted ns
Fac-simile of Silver Cases.
UpfflMflhHrlbJhUltNO. , (
kuvnmcdSnliiijSilTr 0U4aso fina
V UJS.M1NT ASSAY.
' . i
tY. P. BUCHANAN,
105 & 107 FORT
Have the Best
Ever exhibited here, consisting in part of
Paintings, Water Colors,
Engraving's, and Statuary in Parian Marble, Bisque,
Alabaster and Plaster. ' H
Many Styles in Hanging; Brackets,
1 In Wire, Willow, and Rattan. Work Baskets, &c., &c. i'1
Blue Jsy & Peacock Feather Fans & Dusters
Ornaments and Candles
Of every kind. A
Furniture and Pianos sold
Music Boxes just received. Irom Maw.
Wc have received a further consignment of Messrs. Mlrrlecs, Watson & Co.'e
machinery, and have now on hand, ready for deUvcry. , ' I ' t 1'itin tlJ
One TripplcEffcct, on hnndsonio iooden iron staging, containing 843.i
square feet of heating surface, with pumping engine and dUcliuiging mont
One Double.Eflect, having 2200 square feet of heating surface, with
engine and montjus.
One set of Four Weston's
One set of Two IVcston's Patent
Having increased facilities for the manufacture of theso machine",
We8ton's.l'tont for which, in Gieat Britain, has expired,' we aro 'thus
abled to offer them at materially reduced pi Ices.
Wo have a full assortment
bandstand bushes, etc.
r f ? . '
Two Djagoual Engints, each C Inch
Clariflcrs, Flat Coolers, 8x6xS and
One Bpare.Top Holler, for 20 inch
,, One spare Bide Roller, for, 20 inch
ne spare Intermedlat-eSpurVhcel,
.' ak MstnxiX
Agent for this Kingdom
N. B. Beware of imita
tions, as I have discovered
several silver watches bear
ing tht name of " Waltham
Wutehes," which arc of Swiss
IManufacturc, and are sold da
genuine "Wnltham watches.
(216) ;.'Fac-.lmiIeof GoldtCasesJ" ijJSJt-
C 1 1
At "wwflHKnaS v
fe - OTf'HrMllOTlSi.. S
wna wtoCrrtify thlth6"aOTOpatrj1tg
v o 1r mnrnntcetl
Wsje Y UNITED STATES IflNTASSA
i .'J'. . i
for Chiistmas Trees.
large assortment of
on the installment plan.
Centrifugals, wl.h engine an.l mixer.
V i" Iff
Centrifugal spares lining?,' brasses,
by 12 inchj
by 54 inch; mill!
by 04 Inch mill.
for gearing of 20 inch by 54 mill."
. W. Macfarlaue &i CoTd
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