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TUESDAY, fOV. 13, 1883.
OCEAliiC S. 3. CO.
l'OU ban nuxctsco.
Murlposu Leaves II nolnlu, Nov. lHtli
Alamcdni... Leave" Honolulu. Oec, 1st.
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. GO.
l'OU HAN l'UANCISCO:
Clly of 7'tklini. .,.'. .'On or nhoht Nov 10
CltyofiWw York. ..On-or 'about Nov V.I
Australia On or about Nov :7
Zeahimliu On' or nbotit Deo 2;J
l'OU AUCKLAND AN1 BVDNl'.V.
City of 'Sydney On or about Dec I
Australia' On or about Dec 21)
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
Sun nets today........ 5, 17..- ... ..p,m.
Sun rides lo-momnV.. O.'ll.' d.rii.
JMnon rises to-nightw r. ..........p.m.
High tide (small)..... S. tijuii.
llluh tide (large) . !I0 ...a.m.
Diamond Head, Nov. 18,0:510 a.ni
Light N. E. wind.
; tfbUiHg in 'sight. ' ' ''''
Nov. 12-; .,' . 5
Schr Nettie Merrill from Lnhnlnn
Bk Kalukaun from Snn Francisco
Schr Caterina from Haualci
Schr-Jefinie ffoiri Kekaha -
. DEPARTURES. .
otfov. 12 "
Schr Ehukai for Waialua
Schr Malolo for Haknlau
Stmr Kilanea Hon for, Kahnlui
Stmr jtfokolii -for Kbnlait '
Schr Haleakala for Pcpcekcu
VESSELS LEAVING THIS.DAY? t
tSttnr Likiilike for windward ports
Stmr Lehun for Molokai and MiiuP
Stmr Iwalani for lvuuai
Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahaina
Sclir lCekauliiohi for Ilanalei
.,, , PASSENCERS.
From Molokai &c per Lchua, Nov
11 Dr Fitch, J Ileyman, Ah Lin,
Mrs Marcus, G Fitze and 35 deck.
For Kahuhu per Kilanea Hou
Nov. 12 J Anderson,; It, .E Morri
son, Bro Bertram, W J Boyer, J 0
Carter, J W Kalnwa'kua, J" M Kca
lokonnd 45.deckv. A " '" ''
From San Francisco, per Kalaka
ua, Nov 13 M Thompson, A Clarke
and wife, J Unland, T Philp & wife,
P J Parkinson, Miss E Stamucs, C
A -Weloher, B Daiggen and wile,
Stmr Lchua brought di bales of wool,
3 torses and 40 sheep.
TLo Consuelo will go in.'lh'o stream .to.
day lo paint, and wait for freight.
The stmr C. R. Bishop will sail on
Monday, Nov. 19th for Kukuihaele,-, Hcm
noluui and Faauhau. ,
The tern Eva will finish discharging
to;day;.-' .She--will probably sail on
Thursday for Humboldt.
The tern Dakota will finish discharging-on
Wednesday': She will probably
.sail' on Friday for Port Townsend.
Schr Nettie' Merrill brought 803 bags
The-, LikeRke will be laid up.tunti
There' being a heavy swell outs-ide on
Suuday, the bk Coloma had to be towed
jn. She will sail this morning.
The' stmr' Kinau will'take thelilkellke
route. She will sail next Tuesday,
Nov. 20 Mr. G. B. Holland, late of the
Julia will go as chief officer.
The' bk Knlakaua. arrived. .yesterday
17 days from S. F. She was becalmed
on Sunday. She brings a lot -of live
The bk OS Hulbert will be ready for
sea about the middle of December. ,
Thc:.schr Alalolo. took ;a' number of
Portuguese Immigrants yesterday. ,
: LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. .,
The wind, on Sunday, blew strong'
irom the westward. v , .' .
a 'i r . s .'
Copif.8 of the Quarantine Regulations
are shortly to be distributed.
Mr. H. Riemensoiineiueu has a
number of m'ulo carts for sale.
Abundant rains have fallen at Llhue,
Kauai, so that irrigation , has been bus-.
pended .during the week.
Sly grog selling is being put down
by the police. A Chinaman was fined
9280-yesterday for thatoffence.
Saturday night's boxing match was
well patronized, and sbme'good sport
was exhibited by the various pugilists.
The harbor, on Sunday afternoon,
was covered with tho local mosquito
fleet and numerous four, six nd eight
oared racking boats.
A mistake occurred in our notice of
tho late. Mr. Clnu-jes L, Richards on
Saturday, It wast stated that lid was
bom in 1880, instead of 18K0.
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A Chinaman ntj Llhue ,sold some
Gilbert Islanders 'liquor last Sunday,
and was (detected by the" "absolutely
vulueless" police of Kauai.
The Roys' Reading Room Assocla
tion.tjelebraiQ thetr.'fl'ecpud. .'linplycrsary
by a supper, to bo held to-morrow
evenlug, at the residence of MJ-s, Mou-fcarrat.
Trie Myrtle Boat Club'havo n supper
on the! evening of llith Inst., after the
.... . ..-
TitB spur wheel of tho Walluku Mill
broke clown lust week soon sifter the
mllll'onimeneed the season's grinding.
Work wns to have, been resumed yesterday.
Holy figures', .holy cfojfsos, rosaries,
cte.. 0.111 now be obtained at Lyean &
Go's. They have been Imported spec
ially for members of tho Roman Catholic
Ax unusually largo number of resi
dents went to the Pall on Sunday, and
enjoyed n day's outing, notwithstanding
(he fact, that' many of them got wet
through by the rain.
Tub residence of Mr. 1". S. Dunn at
Lahnina, was broken open oii'dth hint.,
and .91i)l,0stolen In cash. A suspected
parly was tiled, and the ease has been
postponed till the December term.
Tiik EnglUh shareholders In the 11a
wailiin lloll Telephone Company have
sold all'thelr stock to Ir. .R Campbell,
which, being a majority of the stock,
now- gives him control of the company.
"Baiutone" has sent us another com
munlcalion which we decline to pub
lish, i He refuses tho challenge to "come
up" or .to give his name, though wo are
at liberty, if necessary for his sattsfne.
tion, to mention that of "Observer."
The late heavy rains on the other
sidefof'tho' Island have done consider
able damage to the rice crops. One
man informs us that lie has lost $25,000
by his lands being swamped at Ka
neohe. ..,JuDGE.BlCiCEUTON.has carriedouthis
threat of imprisoning " crazy drunks,"
Without the option of a fine. Yesterday
lie sentenced two men to ten days im
prisonment each, with hard labor, and
one man to twenty days.
Ice- creftm competition increases.
Hart Bros, announce to-day, by circular,
the merits' of tlieir manufacture, the
various flavorings, and the comforts of
their Elite, Parlors. Thev are prepared
to. serve customers at the band concerts
at Emma Square, which will prove a
boon to many.
Dit. Damon, in his sermon on Sun-:
day',! paid a tribute to music, referring
to Luther's Compositions, aiidtsupport
ing his remarks by various quotations.
He said that a man who had no music
in.hisisoUl was capable of treason, and
all that was low, dastardly and mean in
The reporter of a weekly contempp
rary was yesterday corrected, by the
teacher of the second room at Fort St.
School. Ho was asking about the sla
tui "(pronounced ;', "short) of her class,
when she reminded liirii that the cor
reel pronunciation of 'the word was sta
. On Saturday night, between nine and
ten o'clock, two policemen who were
riding at the top of Nuuanu Valley,
heard some boys galloping and shouting
up the road. They gave chase and one
policeman managed to overtake one of
the boys near food's ranch, as the
horse of. the latter gave in. The same,
party were watched returning yesterday
morning "' and recognized. Further
action is to be taken..
An accident occurred yesterday to a.
hack driver named Mtihoe. He was.
standing at Wilder's coiner, when the
head gear slipped off his horse which
immediately bolted up Fort Street. The
driver tried, to stop the animal, although
there was no bit in its mouth, and fail,
ing to do so, he jumped out in front of
Marchant's, falling, on his hea'l. Ho
, was picked up inserisiblo'n'rid carried to
Hollister's where he was attended to.
He remained unconscious for a quarter
of an'Jhour, and, oh recovering, was
'. ;-.'. , : S - i . ,
At. the' Civil Court yesterday judg.
Ament was given' in tho case of ,T. B. Hop.
kins y. E. H. Thachcr, for tho plaintiff
for $112'51, attorney's costs'. $10.30 and
costs $5.60. The amount claimed by the
plaintiff for his services was $180.15,
An appeal to the Intermediary Cuirt
-was noted. .Alohikca sued Hosca for
$100 damages. The ca?e arose from tho
breaking ip of a, horse which was to be
done for $10. It appeared that tho ani
mal had been injured, nnd judgment,
wns given for tho plnlntiff for $75 and
In the Police Court yesterday, 14 cases
of drunkenness wero dealt with. Sam
Kelly was committed for trial for as
saultiugGin Ah Chuck, with "intent to
commit a robbery. Ho Loach was fined
$2C0 for selling liquor without a license,
Keaweamahl, for disorderly conduct,
wns sentenced to ten days imprisonment
with hard labor. Kalalukoa and Kama,
awe each forfeited a $10 bail on a charge
of affray. Kahalu, for assuult and bat.
tcry, received ten days hard labor, and
IIopll, for a similar offeneo on hoard the
schooner Haleakala, received twomy
days hard labor,
G. H. ROBERTSON,
Drayman best teams
TelenhoiieN 5. 15
CAPTAIN. J A. MERT1IENS has
been appolnte I agent of thc"H:i.
Walian Humane Society."
John S, Walkek, President.
Honolulu, Sept. 15111,1883. 508
There is a curious clock in Japan.
This clock, in a frame three feet
high and five long represents a nooir
landscape of groat loveliness. In the
foreground were plum and cherry
trees and rich plants id full bloom';
in the rear a hill, gradual in ascent,
from which llowed a cascade,
admirably imitated in crystal. From
this plant a thread-like stream glided
along encircling in its winding locks
and tiny islands but presently losing
itself in a far-off stretch of woodland.
In the sky turned n golden shii, in
dicating as it passed the striking
hours, where all marked upon the
frame below, where a slowly-creeping
tortoise served as a hand. A bird of
exquisite plumage, resting by its
wings, proclaimed the expiration of
each. When tho song censed, it mouse
sprang from a grotto near by, and,
running oyer tho hill, hastily disap
Entries Open This Day
And will close at twelve o'clock noon on
Thursday, lfith, hiM.
J. W. ROBERTSON,
C5S 4t Secretary.
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Mechanics ami Others
Take Notice For Sale.
AT KALIHI within 1C0 ynrds of
S,:lipo! Hoi'se, T have a now Frame
Dwelling House containing (up and
down stairs.) 0 rooms with Cook-house
detached, ftlso well and bam on prom
ises contains an acre of cr und. YVlll
sell tho same for $1,600. Too location is
good; situation 2 miles' from Honolulu
PostolTlre. Don't delay If you want a
reasonable and comfort'nhle home.
354 lw Real Estae Brotier
NEAR Kaplolani P.irk, towards Dia.
rhond Head, I have 11 aofes of
Good Building land to sell. AVill sell a
portion or all at 5125 an acre for cash.
To thojc who prefer Ayaikiki property,
here is a rate opportunity. Land is per
fectly level and suitable for' building
purposes. Apply at once to
olUlw .. Real.E-latc Broker.
DIARIES For 1884-
i AT , '
Hawaiian Carriage M'f'g Co.
GENERA.L C irriage and Wagon
Manufacturers, and Dealers
in Wagon Materials," &c.
Gideon West President & Manager
J. N. Wright.., Vice-President
E. (i. Schuraan Sec & Treasurer
S.,M. Damon. ., , .Auditoi
THE Working Men's .Union meets at
the Armory every Tuesday even
ing, 7:30. GEO., CA'VENAGH,
DURING my i.bi'.ncc from lnsKinK
dom, r'i. A Jaeger i- authorized
lo sign 'the, name of the llim it-1 T. Le
ncluiu ii 'i. uiiil will act for me under
full powur, of attorney in all jnatters in
which I am, concerned.
lw llou.Nov.8lh , F.T.LE.NKIIAN.
rPIIE jiibllo ar li'i'ieby eimiioacd
X ng.iiniu SjjCOTIMii bnihuWal.i
lae Nut and Waitilue lui Lund after this
date, or 'proceedings will ,bu taken-
" ' W. O. AKANA, ' '
. CHUNG W'A.
Oct. 26, 18P3.- 5431m
WILIilABIS & CO,
120 FORT STREET, '
Have Secured the Servics of
One of the Best Artists
From Sari Francisco, HU Coloring is
Views of the Volcano,
Also on Hund, Come nnd &oe Them,
Golden Gate ExlraFamily Flour,
Reuena Mills Extra ditto ditto,
Eldorado Superfine ditto.
Columbia River No. 1 Salmon,
IMunlqtion Salmon Good
New York or Goshen Butter,
In 25 and 10-pound palls,
For Sale at Lowest Market Rates.
(STOrders for stores prompily
.'-,,'. ., , attended to by '
' CASTLE & COOKE.
1 543 lm b
qMBi'tiw"' "'" f""'n "i """''
IJ - . - a. - T'
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y;
sS$& T,1K "ACLFIOENT
aSSSafcmwiitid Klcii.nit Hieniii-hip
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu and San
Fritncisi'o on the
1st and 1 5 th of Each Month.
I'Assic.NouttB may have their names
booked In advance bv applying at the
office of the intents.
Pns-x'iigers by this line are hereby no
tilled li.il they will be allowed 2fib lbs
of Ingjrage free by the Owrlrtiid Rail
way, wli-u trnveling liini.
Excursion Tlckols for Hound Trip. $12!i,
good to rutin n by any of the Company 'n
Steamers within nine y d iys. "
MiincitANmsn intended for shipment
by this lino will be received free of
charge In the Company's New Ware
Iioihc and receipts Issuo'l for same. ! '
. Imjuuanck on merehandlsu'; whilst in
the warehouse, will bo at owner's risk.
W.xr. G. Ihwi.n & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co. '
FOR SAM FRANCISCO
, The clipper bgtne
Cousins, . - . . Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight br passage apply' to
Wl G. Iuwin & Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The favorite bark
Rust, : :, : Master. , ,
Will have quick dispatch for tho above
port. For freight or passage apply to
0. BitEWKit & Co., Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
LINE OF STSAMKKS,
life ', ;.,f
The Planter, '"
n.vTits, - - Commander,
Will run regularly for.Kona and Kau :
Leaves Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
Tuesday, Oct. 9
Frldivy, Oct. 19
Tuesday, Oct. 10
Friday,.' Nov.. 9
Tuesday, Nov. 20
Friday, Nov. 80
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Friday,- Dec. 21
-Akriyks ax Honolulu at 5 p.m:
Tuesday,- Oct. 10
Friday, Dec. 7
Tuesday, Dec. 18
Friday, Dec. 28
Friday. Oct. 2(5
Tuesday, Nov. G
Friday; Nov. 10
The C. R. Bishop,
CAMKiiON, ' Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele,
and Wuiraea, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Friday evening.
The James Makee,
mcdonald, ... Commander'.
, Leaves Honolulu
every Thursday, at 8 p.m. for Kapaa 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., tsuchicg at Laliaina, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Ka
waihne, Laupahoehoe and Hllo.
Returning. A touch at all the
a! ovp porta, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
TUB FAST SAILING
will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on hoard, or to
181 A. F. Cooke, Agent.
PER BRIG " CONSUELO ''
20 Fine Cal. Horses
Suitable! or Carriages,
EXPRESS or SADDLE
, ' Ilavp beep specially soleoted. . -
For'TliIs Mtwitot. " w
...,j , FOR SAPB By ,.(.
fm. G. Irwin & Co,
i55i,2wh . :, I fjlih
LOVEJOY & CO.,
N03, 8 and 10,
Merchant Street, Honolulu,
luroiiTiiRB and jonmtns ov
A M I
Wish ip infonni old frjentjs aud tho
puhllc "generally ihat they havenow a
more complete and
Larger Assortment of Choice and
than ever hefore, which they will sell
AT LOWEST rOBSIIILK I'niCES.
1 Wo nro'constantlv receiving additions
to our stock, nnd feel sure pf giving sat.
isiacuon 10 an purcuaEers.
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ciB MBn jM.Matfr Bsnm I5
Ladies' and Gent's
' ' Gold and Silver Watches
Just to hand.
, Every Watch warranted as
k , . . -? --;, . - .4 i
Facsimile of Silver Cases.
lHISIsf0CRIimhj&iiipiiniii6C8 ' a4ioloCcllfn ih.it nieacraniMtij'iiw
VsX- UJ.MNTA3SAY. l K.UNITCOnTATtSlONTASSAlf
E. LYCAN, W. R. BUCHANAN, -M. HAGAN.
''LYCAN '& CO.,
105 & 107 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Have the Best
Ever exhibited here, consisting in part
Paintings, Water Colors
Enerravine'S. anil Statnar.v
c cy 7
Alabaster and Plaster.
Many Styles in Hanging Brackets,
... ' ' . '.' "'MA
In Wire, "Willow, and Rattan. Work Baskets, &c., &c. vv.
' ' "',?
Bliie Jay &Teacock Feather Fans & Dusters;-:
Ornaments and Ca'ndlcs for Christmas Trees.
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Xmas Cards and Presents
Of every kind. A large assortment of ' '
Music Boxes jnst recewed from Germany.
Furniture and Pianos sold
We have received a further consignment of Messrs. Mirrlees, "Watson j&jCo.'i1
machinery, and have now on hand, ready
,, pno,Tripple.Eflcct, on handEomo wooden iron staging, containing 843";
square 'feet 'of heating- surface, with pumping engine and dUchaiglnc mont.
jus, complete. ... ,, ..(, j
One Double.Effect, having 2200 square feet of heating surface, with
engine and montjua.
One set of Four Weston's Patent Centrifugals, wl.h (nglne nnd miser.
One tet of Two Westpn's Tatent Centrifugals.
Having Increased facilities for tho manufacture, of, 1hose,,marhiBO, ,tho
Woston's-l'iitent for width, in Great Britain, has expired, we are thus en
abled to ofTor them at materially reduced prices. ' ' '' ' '
We have n full assortment of Centrifugal spares linings,' brasses. "ruliu'eii $ , '
bauds aridibushes; etc. '.if ' '7 -...., ..., ,wnr . .,
Twq Diagonal Engines, each 6 inch
narinors. Flat Conlms. RxftvQ and'
, . ., .
Ona spare Top Roller, for 20 inch
..yiuyfipare' Bue .Kouer.'ior, B0 inch
One spare Intermediate KpurAYheel,
;''', li 1 i
,0 i 4 ''
' "''- MUl'JS 'JRh
Arent for this Jfingdom
N. B. Beware of imita
tions, as I have discovered
several silver watches bear
ing tilt name of " Waltham
Watches," which are of Swiss
Manufacture, and nre Bold as
genuine Waltham watches.: i
(Sin)0 '' FVc-slmlU' of Gold Cases'
In Parian MnrlilA. "Rinniie. ' .;
7 M. r
on the installment plan.
for delivery ; ij ' u '
by 12,i"nch.i' ' " ? ' "f ,"f ,
rtvr.Yl'7 " V V '" f -M6n
by CI inchJ-mlhV-' ' l-J-Wt
by 04 Inch mill.
for gearing or 20 jnchlby 5( mill.'iJji'SZrvtt'
" .-! v.,.-ijJ(i $ .).-.
, W. Macfarluiie &rCoiw .Si
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