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MONDAY, .NOV,. 12, 1883.
FOR SAN KKAXGIfcCO.
Mirlpoa. . . .Lc.ivcs Honolulu, Nov. lfilh
Aluiucdtt..'. .heiius Honolulu. Den. 1st.
ki IrtVlCT.nii.k. .i ,. 4 !
I'OK S.VN KJIAM'ISCU!
Ctty of reklmi On or about Nov 10
City of Niw VoiUwjOii or about, tfoyl"
Au-tralla. . t Orf omtboiit'Nov 27
Zcuhimllu On or about Dec Sit
roll AUCKIiVNI) and hvoky:
City of Sydney w.. On or about Deo 1
Australia On or uluutt Ike CD
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
i. in. ,
Sun ets to day 5. 17 p.m.
Sun rises to-morrow..' 0, vllMv.....,n tn.
Moon ets to-nlirht... 4. on.-l.. ..'.. iti.rrfr
Uigh tide (small)...., 'J. 10 p. m,
Hi;litldp(lirra) to morrow.... 2i0 hi mi
TELEPHONIC. n "4
Diamond Head. Nov. 12, (1:!10 n.m
Light N. E. wind.
Bk Knlnkaun 1.) miles off
Schr Mtyold'from Hnk&lhuV '
Schr Kcknulubhi from -Hnimlei
Likclike from windward ports
Strnr;Iwalani from JCauni j. ., ,
Stmr Leliim from "Muni, &c
Schr Nettie Mcrrj(l Irom Lahaina
Nov. 9 '
Stmr Bell Rock for1 San Francisco
SoluvJennio Walker forTunuinfjK
Schr Liholiho for Kukuihacle
Bk Aluiy.for.Sdii Kranuisuo
Schr uen hcigel for Kooluu
VESSELS LEAVING TMSDAY.
Stmr Kilauea Hon for Kalnilui
Stmr Mokolii for Konluu '
Schr Ilalcaknla for Pepeektto, , , "V'1
Schr Emniu for Hilo '
PAMENCERST" J '
For Fanning Island; per schr Jen
nie Walker, Nov. 10 Q- B Greig,
Miss 3I Grcig, Mr Achee, JMrAntone
and wife. c ' T . VL
For San Francisco, per Bell Rock,
Nov 10 J Sitnonson jrj 'JVI Galahan,
From windward ports per Likelike
Nov 11'. Miss Hiram, Rev It Bing
ham, G J Campbell, W Todd, K Hi
ram, A. W. & Mis & Miss Bujlock,
Miss Bingham, Mrs Coau, A C Jud
son, W Pii and child. W R Law
rance, E D B Gould, Miss'Neudluirn
A M Sproul, W L Fredinaburg, C J
Fishel, W L "Coftrell, Ttev A O For
bes, S Obed, W O Atwater, Mrs C
Williams, Mrs Saffrey, E M Dade.
From Kauai per Iwalanj. Nov. 11
J Mundon, qtmtconU),lTit-;?
comb and wife, G S Gay and wife,
G Ziezler, W C King, T G Wall and
Schr Malolo brought 383 bags of sugar.
Stmr Mokolii brought 739 bags of rice,
230 bundles of awa root, and 15 bags of
Schr Emma brought 000 bags of lice"
Stmr Kilauea Hou brought 220 bbls of
The S. S. Boll Kock sailed on Satur
day for SaFranelseo. She took 1,800
bunches of bananas.
The bk H. W. Almy sailed on Satur
day for San Francisco. She took 670
bags of sugar, 2,077 bags of rice, and
3S0 bbls of mojasses. Total domestic,
The sphr Jennie Walker took 7 bags
of .sugar, -A bags of lice, 3 bbls of
molasses, and 2 bbls of pol.
The Lady Lnmpson has moved tto
Brewers wharf to.reeelvo frelglitf"'
The Mariposa will sail on Thursday
at 12 noon. . "V
S'lrrir 'LlkUllko brouj;ht"..781, bags p'f
sugar, 52 head cattle, 3 horses.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS; J-'
Hollistkr j&j Co. iire importing
Bethesdti water. ; - , t $ f
Entbies for the icgatta opomtodayi
and close at noon on Thuisduy.' i
1 1 1 . i
Bargains hir cippjes were pbtalned,a
Adams' auction sale on (Satuiday."
Tim lii'nASi of Mr. Porlor'a black trot
ting mare weic much admired'orl-Sfitur--
dy iVftcrnoon. ( '
The friends of Mr. U O. Abies will
be pleased Jo jejrn,'t)int Jio js rCGQycring
Irom his attack of intermittent fever.
One of the new stores In pampboll's
block lfas beeii secured by Messrs. A.
Kraft & Sons who hopq soouLto.make.a
Tho Band played at Emma Square on
Saturday afternoon, ami the music was
enjoyed by. a large nudlenoo. His Mu.
jesty was present, accompanied by Mr.
:';; "t-t ' ' t ,
A THKEE-SIXTEENTH share 111 the
leaics of live sections of land at Ileeia
and In tho cropsgrawlug, on tlmm waij,
sold, on Satuiday, by Lyons' & Leyey,
'Pitr. 1wu-:k Mint luilinil with Mr.
U. ..,....., .rni. nnlVVMfltlmNfMfilfa)
llUllja (jWfvMv; mum w.... .... - .
turdavv Annareutly It is not a safe anl.
jnal to drive.i V' "J' w Iwm .ai i, m
-"TrtETrrrgmfirTtf torn' ttnrrjrwlitmier"
tlietllty W l'clcin vi1l call hf Honolulu
or tiot. Chincso merclmliU have re.
oched advices saying, thnl if she ob.
Inlncd : 00 passengers sli6 w6ilt1 oiteh
ho l c, ohe'hVNc she 'Wilt not
SEVfctUTj new books were purchased
for the ' library last month. Among
tlicm vtpic, A Bad Boy's Diary, Mr. and
Tra'lorto)i? Dialect I'flleS. "SoinTtilv
eunuus ami .Huiiiuiiius ui .nun ui iiiu
lteyolution, Adelaide Philips, and a
sei les of Nathaniel Haw thorite's wot ks.
Mr.'Hcnyy.Maqfnrfanc present criithc In
titution villi a ropy of the Lncyolope
The Ficni'hinan who lias gone out to
Nlagal.Uobenf VtcVb, wtltcs home to
cxpicss his Indignation v, Ith the Amci i
can police, who have politely informed
lilm that he will not be allowed to com
mit suicide. The Galllu sw iiniiici' says
jio tjibught. "Afdorlca. was a "free"
'SwfcfcT little Meg came Into her Sun.
flay. school class one moi ning, her eyes
Illicit 'with tears, ami molting up into
her tenchqr's face, snlil1:' '''Our dog's
sdead, .nnclJ guess the nngels weru leal
bftfca ns hfii they saw him coming up
tho path, for he's awfully cross to
.Strangers. Eureka Times Telephone.
jvt iiiu jl uiiuu i uun ycstuiuuy mruu
based of drunkenness were dealt with:
"II. Schultz, for assault and battel y, was
limed 90? artd SI costs. J. Do Graves,
for heedless driving, was reprimanded
land discharged; J. Kiuan.i, for attempt
at larceny in trying to take money
from a draw in a Chinese'store, was
remanded till to-day. The boy rcceiv ed
'a.good character from, his guardian.
.. .?. 0,.iL.n0i!m i the Chinaman beliig
shot near Thomas Square by some native
rJoysf, ltTw.as sfated tha?Dr. Mcdrew had
beer! scrit for.j Mr,. bSyton tells us that
oOlcer Mehrtens, who went to the
locality ' as 'soon as. information wits
given ttp -the'. police (and that was an
hour ancl'a half-after the occurrence),
brought' the.'Chliuiniaji to tho doctor. '
The culprits havj not j-et been dl-
'i i- j- rr--
r The after-gloy, js thus described by
the London JTinics : "A greenish tint
has lately been visible round tho sun.
' Several explanations have been put
forward, of which the most plausible
appears to be that offeied by tho gov
ernment as ronomcr, that it is due to the
passage acioss the south of India, of
clouds- of sulphurous vapor from the
Java volcanoes." This is the same
theory as Mr. Bishop's.,
Tin; "gptle Hawaiian" has no aloha
for his' Chinese bidthcr. OnFjiday two
native boys were" tiied at; the Police
Court for throwing stones at a Cliina
maiinon pEuimastreet. r The stones,
vilileh'vcreof"a'gb6dlysize, were pro
duced in court. .One boy caino recently
.from .Kauai, and the other is a pupil of
uicifoyai ocnooi. xneyAveresentenceu
to'tenaysimpiisoninent, and a year a
the Reformatory School respectively.
Mkasles have been widely distributed
throughout the country. More than
fifteen cases of the disease have occur
red since the Portuguese linjnigrauts
by the Bcjl Kock, wei o landed, and all
tho invalid children have been sent to
iheir destinations' in different parts of
the Kingdom. It is to bo hoped that
measles will not spread among the
natives ias It did formerly, when the
deaths from that disease were very
A noticeable feature of ocean travel is
tho uniform time made by some of the
iast steamers... On each, of two tripsjtho
steamer Alaska made the passngo fiom
Queenhtown to. Sandy Hook in seven
jnyl,iit?oXhl)Urs, 'and jMsverU minutes.
uu ii iiiuu inp me lime mimrcu wu
j seven days, .and twenty six minutes, and
-on, a lounn trip seven aaysxanu iouy.
'seven niinOtes. On her last tiip she
'mndefthe remarkable speed of eighteen
rmiJeNan hour for tyo consecutive days.
'. .... v.
J . ' ' v. . .
Tlie Bishop of Monaco has had tils
4miud cxcpicised over tho doings at
Monte Ctulo, and, in a harangue to his
flock tho'bther day, ho delivered him-
CseJfas'JfpJlowfi; ."jWe live," he said,
In a pagan locality which It is frightful
to contemplate ; our pontiffs are croupi-
ijersouTgods gold apd 'silver, our vestal
virgins the cocottes from all tho slums of
Europe, our visitors the sci apings of
the world's trifols." The bishop seems
Jtohaycthe courage, of his opinions I
EMMA SQUARE' CONCERT.'
The Band will piny in Emma
Square ills evening at 7:30 Tho
following is tho programme.
March Over Land fc Sea Faust
Overture French Qimedy...Kelcr Bela
Waltz Southern Ureezo Yteisler
Medley Echoes of the Night.. .Riviero
Select ion Norma , Ue.llinl
Oavatlna-rTun'crcdi , . . J . ...' Rogsinl
Uiilnp-Indian' M.iil J .... . Luiiiottu
Uu wail Ponni
Drayman best teams
l'olenhotm N1" "5. R
CAPTAINS AMEitTIfENS hits
been iippolnto.l ayent of tlic"ILi.
John S, WAtKEit, President,
'monolulu, Sept. 15th,1883. C08 '
in row n, '
"" DIARIES For 1084-
OAT Ac CO'S.
Hawiiian Carriago MTg Co.
GBXKRAIi C inline mitt Wngon
i.' Mnnufiictuicirf, and Dealers
in ugon Muterluls, iic.
GIdejtti West President & Mnnngcr
J 'NrAVilghi...!, VlccPicldi-ut
E..G. hcmitnHu Sec & Ti easui er."
H. M. Diuhon , Audltoi
, 4115 -.'ni ,
rpiIE Working Men's Unlin mods ut
X the Armory K'ciy Tuesday even
iiig,7:30. GEO. OAVENAGII,
fl tl) Secictary.
-' - . Notice.
DURING my nboftcc from this King
dom, Mr. A. Jaeger is nuthorlze.l
tb i.ign thu name of the tlim of P. T. Lc
nehan & Co. and will act for me under
fbll power of attorney in all matters In
which 1 am concerned.
Vw Hon. .Nov. 8H1 F. T. LENEUAN.
rPJIE public oro hereby cautlonrd
JL against SHOOTING on the Wal.i
lne Nui and Wiildhio IkI Lind after this
dale, or proceedings will be taken.
W. O. AKANA,
' CHUNG WA.
Oct. 20, 18S3. 5431m
AT the annual meeting of the Stock,
holders pf the Pnukiri Sugar Com
riny, held thUdu e, the following gen.
llemen were elected to hcrve as oinceis
l'pr the en-uliig year.
President... Jon Austiu.
Vicc-rresiduut S. L. Austin.
Sec'y andTioisurer. . P. C. Jones, Jr.
Auditor. ' J.' O. Carter.
Honolulu. Oct. 22nd, 1883. 5M 3w b
AT theannuil meeting of tho Stock
holder oftheOioinca S igir Com
pany, held this date, tho following gen
tlemen wens elected to serve as olUciM
for the ensuing year.
President S. L Austin.
Vi coresident t. Jon. Austin.
Secretary P. C. Jones, Jr.
Treasuier Geo. J. Hos.
Auditor J. O. Carter.
P. O. JONES, Jn., Sec'y
Honolulu, Oct. ' 2nd, 1833. fiHO 3w b
WIIililAMS & CO,
120 FORT STREET,
' Have Secured the Services of
One of the Best Artists'
From San Francisco, His Coloring is
Views of the Volcano,
Also on Hand, Come and 8ec Them.
Golden Gate Exiia Familj Fli.ui;,
Itciii'iia Mill-. Cmi.i (II to iti.lo,
,-, Eldorado t'upcrflne ditto.
Columbla.River No. 1 Salmon,
Plantation Salmon Good
New Yoik'or Goshen Butter,
In 25 and 10-pound pails,
For Sale at Lowest Market Rates.
"Orders for stores promptly
attended to by
CASTLE & COOKE.
fi'4 ! 'm b
Good Will of the Business,
With Four Years L9as8 of Premises.
A. A. MONTANO
OFFERS FOR SALE HIS
PMopilc Gallery !
Furniture, Fillings, Instruments, and Every
thing roquisito for carrying on
Together with a Numerous Stock of
Ncgntives. Pictures, Mats,
Tho Lonsos aro suporior to any In (his
Tho fittings pud nppurntus are moro
completo than any other gallery
in this country,
Tho bupines is well established and
being run on a good payiug basic,
would prove n profitable investment to
the right party.
The present proprietor's reason fo
wishing to dispose of thin valuable buM
ness jh in eont-equeiico of having Impor.
tant much interests which require his
Terms eav. F"r paitlculirs apply to
A. A. JIONTANO, Photographic Gal.
lery, corner of King and Fort streets,
'Honolulu, U. I, . 033 lm
new mid Elcg.mt Steamship
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu utid Han
Fr.inclsro on tho
1st and 15th of Each Month.
Passkkukus mny liac their names
booked in advance b applying at tho
olllco of the agents.
Pnbsengers by this line are hereby no
tilled that they will lie nllowcd 260-lbs
of luggage free by tho Overland Hall
1 fa, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickols tor Hound Trip, Si 25,
good to lofum by -. 1 1 y of .liiC(,'oiiipny'6
ntuiiincrs within nineiy d ijv.
Mkucuandisk intciHied for shlptucnt
by this lino will be l eeeh ed Tree Vof
oliargo in tho Company's New "Waic-
house and lecelpts issuo.l for same.
. 1nU(Ucu on lncrehaudlsb', Whilst in
the warehouse, will baat owner's risk.
Wm. Uslriwnt & Co.; '
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The clipper bgtne
Cousins, . w ' . Master;
Will liavo quick dispatch for tho above
port. For freight or passage apply' to
V. G. Iuwin & Co.. Agonts.
FOR SAN- FRANCISCO-1
Tho favorite bark, '
Rust, : : : Master.
Will have quick dispatch for tho above
port. For freight or passnge,apply to j
i 'astle & Cooke, Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
LINE OF STEAMERS.
The Planter, A
HATES, - - - Commander,
Will run regularly for Kona aud Kau :
Leaves Honolulu at4 p.m. on
Tuesday, Oct. 0
Friday, - Oct. 19
Tuesday, Oct. JO
Friday, Nov. 0
Tuesday, Nov. 20
- Friday,' Nov. 80
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Friday, Dec. 21
Akkives At Honolulu at-5 'p.m
Tuesday, Oct. 10
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Friday, Dec. .7
Tuesday, Dec. 18
Friday, Dec. 28
Friday, Uct. ZB
The C. E. Bishop,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwill, Koloa, Eleele,
and Waimca, Kauai. Returning, leavet
Nawiliwill every Friday evening.
Tho James Makee,
mcdonald, - - - Commander.
. Leaves Honolulu
every Thursday, at 3 p.m. for Kapaa and
Kilauea. Returning leaves Kauai
every Monday at 4 pm , and touching at
Wainae, both ways.
King, - Master.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Ka
waihae, Laupahoehoe aud Hilo.
Returning, Aill touch at all the
ul ovp ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. - 1
THE FAST SAILING
will run iogularly
TO VAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
181 A., IV Cooke, Agent.
PER BRIG ''CON8UELO"
20 Fine Cal. -Horses
Suitable for Carriages,
EXPRESS or SADDLE
Have been specially selected
ITor This MCax'lcot. .
FOR SALE BY
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
551 2w b
LOVEJOY & CO.;
Nos. 8 and 10,
Merchant Street, Honolulu,
IMro ITEHS AND JOJIIIERS OP
Ales, Wines & Spirits,
With to Inform old friends aud tho
public generally that they have now a
more complete, and
largjr Assortment of Choice and
thau over beforo, which they will sell
AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Wo aro constantly receiving additions
to our block; and feel suro of giving tat.
isfactlon to all purchasers. - -
547 , . TRY US. 2m
Ladies' and Gent's
, Gold and Silver Watches
Just to hand.
m Every "Watch warranted as
Fac-slmile of Sliver Cases.
' ' r:::
E. LYCAN,,; 1 . r j ,o -W. R. BUCHANAN",
105 & 107 FORT STREET, HONOLULU. M
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 Hattan. "Work Baskete, &c, &c.
Blue Jay,& Peacock Feather Fans & Busters"
Ornaments andCandlcs for Christmas Trees.
Xmas Cards and Presentsl
Of every kind. A large assortment of
" -w .-. in -. j . . i
MiiQin kotrs met PfipfiWfiii- irmii 'QFitianira
Furniture and Pianos sold
. 0 (iittifiT hu f .i'n -,"',
Wo have received a further consignment of Messrs. Mirrlces, Wntson & Co.'
machinery, and huvo now on hund, reiuly for delivery. , ,
n '' S ,. !' (C Sl Ui0)
One Ti ipple-Effect, on handsome wooden iron ''staging, containing! 848SU
square feet of heating surfuto, with pumping engino and dhchaiginc mont.
jus, complete. ' vf
One DoublcEfTect, having 2200 square feet of heating surface.'1 wlin
ongine and mont jus.
One set of Four Weston's Patent
One set of Two Weston's Patent
Having increased facilities for the manufactures of these mftphln(Mrtho
Weston's. latent for which, in Great Britain, has expired, wo are' thus en-
uuicu . loouer mem ui iiuntrtiiuv
We have n full assortment of Centrifugal spares linings, brasses, rubber) t
bands and bushes, etc
Two Diagonal Engines, cacli 6'lncli1by 12 inch
Clariflers, Flat Coolers, 8x0x2 and 0x6x1.7, '
One spare Top Roller, for 20 inch
One spare Bide Roller, for 20 inch
One spare Intermediate Bpur Wheel;
n -I'M ju' l t,. a .
iiii ) n fit
Agent for this Kingdom
N. B. Beware of imita
tions, as I have discovered
several silver wntcheB bear
ing the nnmo of " Walthnra
Watches," winch are of Swiss
Manufacture, nnd are sold ns
genuine Waltham xvatcheB.
Fiic-simiic of Gold Cases
! . i
in Parian Marble, Bisque,
ou the installment plan.',. i . t- .. -rr
Centrifugals, m Ith engine and mixer.
! ' ' -'r. J H
rciiuceu prices. '
1 v )o
: m i A'i
by 54 infchj mill,
- - - . -HI .
by 54 inch mill.
VOya K UNITED STATCs"JiA?3X
for gearing of 20 lnchjby 54 roUL,.f !.m
tw iir.,1A-ALiA fr .!&'
tf b ' " ' ""VTIR SffSSB i
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