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THURSDAY, NOV. lu, 1883.
OCEAHICS, S. DO.
I'OIl SAN KHANCIHOO.
Ahvmcdii.i.s. lu-nvo Honolulu, Doc. 1st.1
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
I'OH SAN 1'lUNOISOOt
Clly of n'ldng.'.,i6h'dr'a bout. Nov 10'
Australia. . i . . ') I. On or about Nov 27
Zealand la On or about Dec 2ii
Kon AUcifiUNii an svIjnf.y:
Clly of Sydney On or uliotit Duo 1
Australia On or aluint Dec 20
SUN, MOON AND SEA-
h. m. ,
Sun sets lo-day o.,17.'.','. .
Sun rises to-morrow . . 0. 12
Moon'fiscs' to-night.. '7. OH.'.,.,..
High tide (small) 4
High tide (largo) 4.45
Dliunond Head, Nov. 15, 0:80 a.m
Light ,N,E. yind., . -,.
' jf "ARRIVALS. .'
Nov. 144 Hi i: .-!..
Stmr Jns.Makco from Kauai
Schr "Waiolt from PnnUtku,
Sohr Gon Soigcl from' Ewa ,.
Schr Malta from iralcnlHti.
: DEPARTURES.:, c,
Nov 14, , , ., ( , .
Schr Mnnuoknwai for Eekaha
r, .-A .crsr? f i .
VESSELS tEAVINCTTrllS DAY.
StmrrMariposnrfor San Francjscti
Stmr Jas Alakco for Kauai
Tern Eva for Ildmbplcltfy ij
Schr Rainbow for Ivoolau ' f
Schr Gon Srigeftbv' Waialua"
Schr Luka for Kohala
From Kauai perJitfy fyakpc, Nov
UT M Butler aricl20 deck.
SHIPPING NOTES. ,,-.
Sohr Gen Seiglc, brought, 0:20 bags of,
paddy. H' l0" L '' '
The stmr Jas Makco will sail t6'-day
at 3 o'clock and continue, to , leave,, on
Thursday's and retufn on Tuesday's un
til further notice. " '
last and stores.
The Mariposa received a largo quanity
of bananas yesterday. g . v
Work was suspended for some time
along-the-cityfront yesterday-on ac
ount of the rain.
Schr Waloll broughtGlbags of sugar.
A. F. Cobkejs gteum'r launch wa'stried ;
yesterday" for the first time. She took
about 12 passengers, and should.easlly
seat as many more. She steamedubout
the bay with modefata'gpReca. Her.
whistle can be easlf mistaken "ftfiJ that'
of the Walmanalo. Slie is a tine vessel
:and will answer will for the purpose she
is intended for. T
LOCAL & DENERaL'ns7 '
ThS:1 Queen street slde'wa'fks require'
attention andirepairs. , ) ,...''
Cnoiirj" Wo has' purchdSetf thdbusl
ness ofr'Aph'it at'Koloa', Kauili.
His Majesty gave a luau yesterday
.afternoon at his Waikiki residence.
- nif.Vy.-V ,. - .,- ;r.jloi.i
"Walter Akana. ,has been appointed,
(engineer of China Fire Company No'.' 5.
Tub German laborers from Kbloai
plantJitioh' 4iave returnod to their work:
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Wells, Fargo, i,.,qo..,T,rocclvey no.
packages, for the Mariposa, afterjiine,
o'clock to-day. , ,. .
The crew of the Restless are in a state
of restless anxiety as
to-morrow's raqes J j j
to the results. of
'' ' i In
Dr. Aiining held his first post-mor
tcm examination. in Honolulu, on Wed-,
nesday afternoon. y
The prizes for the'races in the regatta"
will bo increased, if the 'subscription
lists are majeriolly ,addcd to to-day
The residcnccsokMr.Won'giTui on
Berctanla Street, with the lot of.land,
200 ft,, by 300,fL,is .offered for sale.
Cosn'LAiNTS arc, y W, gefleril that . the ,
amount dftiio entrance fees1 for the races'
In the' regatta have not been published.
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Besides the usual assprtmcutj .pf, dry;
goode,.'firoeciles.and f urnituiQ. Messrs.
Lyons & Levey offer for sale to-day a.
carriage, horses Shd a mule. .
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Thei teeelpj ;at the Cpstom House
amounted to 857,845 during the month
of October. Up to 13th Jnst. the sum of
24,145.80 had been received In the
same department. .
Mu. BKROEB,6ayBtlm.H,has pepn.
customary td play on Hvednesday open
ing, Avhen that is tho day of full moon.
Ho quotes 18th April and 2pthvJime,of ,
tins year as instances.
that the nipon should i
The attcudauce at tie lastimeeting of
the Working Men's Union was much
larger than' ''usual j :tlYe ' business was
conducted in a yery, orderly, manner.,
Mr. T. B. Murray kindly extended cour.
ieales to the press representatives.
stopping up all night lately, so as to
.time the different boats tlitftprotiBO be
tween midnight and 4 o'clohlc m the
'RoAti Supervisor Harlwas the reci
pient of n surprise party on Monday
evening, the occasion bting tho colobra
tlon of forty-scventh birthday. Ho
Was Uo Hie recipient of many hand,
come presents from numerous friends.
Tins vounirson of Canlain lllee. who
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rwas reported to' li'nve biokru his leg by
i fall, Isj for innately, nbt'siiiorloisly lln.
JULUIl ua Ml.- .HlJirMHl 1 111' u.vly 'III ill
the injury is si ..ligln abrasion of tin
skin on the little fel'owV right log.
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Outt dally confcmiio'mry referred yes
terday to the arrival of several .eases of
nieaslcs in the country by the Bell
Rock. As the Port Physlelnu reported
that there were eases of tlie dispsise
on board tho ship, why did the Board
of Health allow them to be spread
through, the country ?
A. m.- -
i ; fSostn saloon keepers might, with ad.
ynntage, follow tho example of Mr. Cun
lia of tho Union Saloon, who yesterday,
when asked for liquor by an inobriate,
refused, n'o "serve him and was conse
quently abused. Manuel at once blew
his whistle, for the nolice. wiio did not
hear it however, and the inebriate, hear-
ing tiiCTiaiigcr signal, withdrew,
At the- police Court yesterday, Lanai,
Kttautiioanaand Miilnui were charged
With disbrile'rly conduct. Tho two first
nnmed who wcrc'sen'.cn6ed to twentj'
days imprisonment, noted an appeal to
the tfiitcrnioditUe? Court: Kaaumoanii
was remanded for sentence till to-dtiy.
nn, .. !.... ti r-.. i r.
" yilnv i3ui"i' Jvuuuuija, ior laiceiiv,
Svas postponed, At tlie request of counsel;
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Fifty cents a pound ; this is the price
of tho now French candv whlnii Mr. P.
Mclnerny of Fort Street ahuourices lio '
lias received' by ithn Mariposa, as being'
thtrlargestand bestassortmentof French
candies, that have ever been received in
Honolulu. j!His new ice-cream and soda
water Jjarls not,'only a nigli'tfowl, but
it pera'mbnlalcs both city and suburbs
dining the day.
Anvnrr.of mandamus was annlied for
'yesterday in the Supreme Court against
the Minister of tbej Interior,: in the.
matter of the Gazette charter. The
Minister is called upon to show cause
why" the application of 'the Gazette Com.
rjanylias nolbe'en'laftllUefore the Privy
Council. The'petition is returnable next
Thursday.' Messrs. Smith & Tliurston
t fonthe petitioners.! . '
TfiE'1foilow;i'ng'entrlefe,for the regatta
wore received up, to 2 o'clock yestorday;
Xacht race: Sarah and Heaiani. Six
oared gigs: Lilin. Six.paddle canoe3:
IliiiliilauHkearpiiuli, Leleanae and La
pakahoc. Six-oared whaleboats; Kinau
and Ke Kaa. Catamaran: Ka Ehukai:
Six-oared gigs: Kanoelani, and Puaala.
Sailing canoe race: Leleanae, Miguon,
Flying, "Fish, Hokulele.. Five-oared
whaleboats: Kinau and Ke Kiia. Tub
racej Bob, and Kaliuli. Bxrge iace:
Piolailehu'a, Hanakcoki and Kauahealie
i;'"SDNNV,i'',has -not 'the -ponderous
dignity of his-('.Father;" yet.In;the in
terests pf the family and tlie exuberance
of his youth,' ho cannot refrain from
'taklng.upfthet-paternal cudgel against
the unreasonable attack, in last Satur
day's literary journal, on his venerable
parent. Comment wag therein made
upon the appearance iof the, "editorial
brimsjtone," and "Ipcal treacle,?' in tho
same issue, with reference to' tho Min
ister of the Interior. Tlie writer of this
"otherwisb'' paragraph 'is evidently so
prejudiced against any members of the
present' ministry,' and stf devoid of'
Christian charity, that he, like the
persecutors1 of old, b'ellcveth that nothing
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band 'will play Mn-- Emma
Sqiiare "this evening at 7:80, the
eve of I-Iis Majesty's birthduy. The
following is tho programme.
March La Hanau o kc Alii (now)....
-; tt; ?," ,;..' vr-vj-: Merger
0.vcr.tut:QrTjFestivjl . . . ; .y:.i ,-, ; ,.,,-, .Bach
Cliorus Bivouac Petrella
Medley Echoes of t)io Night (by re
,,:',. quest).. ,.'... ..i(;v. Riviere
':?' ., '. ' PAhT'ii. ' '' '"' ''
Selection Troubadour.. . .
1 Aloha'ool Aloha oe!
Malanai anu ka Makanil
i HayaIi Pdno). . .
The. Honolulu Stock Exchange
held 'its regular session on Wednes-
Hawn, Acr. Co. . '. .' 8
Mnkee1Skugav;C,o.!.;. ... ? .... .
Koloa Siipa'r Co.. ..';.... . . '. .'.
Star MillCo, ......,,..:.....
.uast .Maui riant. Co;
Waikapu Sugar Co.... , 125
Haw'h BeirTcir C'6.7. ...... ,".""
0' p.c. Gov. Bonds ........... 100 (
' II. Riohienschntidor
IMMEDIATELY, furnUhed' or unfur.
iiibhcd. Hont moderate. Address
R.A.M., Jr., care ofG. W. Macfarlano &
Co., 542 tf
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r TT,OBSE, Buggy, and Harness either
XX single or tlie lot. Splendld'tu'rn
out, Apply lfonolulu Carrlago Reposi
tory, opposite Dodd's. 555 lw
,,: ; 'For Sale. ""
A QUANTITY of iron Hoop, 2x8.10.
xjl. Also.t Iron Tanks.. Apply to,
030 :tm J. H. IlIlUNS.
DIARIES for 1884
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W tin I mjuuusm
NOVEMBER 16, 1883.
Commencing at 0:1)0 a. m.. Sharp.
1 Yacht Racp, 1st Prlza $75, or Silver
Cup; second $25. If I boats start,
the third boat saves stakes.
First Class. Course From Can
Buoy passing outthe channel, keep
ing between tho buoys to leeward of
Spar and Bell Buoys, leaving Bell
Buoy to windward; thence to llag-a
boat off Waikiki, rounding snnio
from leeward : thence to a ling-boat
off tho quarantine grounds, round
ing same from leeward; thence tb
Bell Buoy, turning to windward,
and passing Spar Buoy to leeward,
keeping between tho buoys In the
channel, back to Judges' boat.
2 Six-Oarod Gigs, Piizc $50 or Silver
For Amateurs. Course From Can
Buoy out the channel, to and turning
the Spar Buoy, keeping it on the
p6rt side, baok to place of starting.
3 Two-Oared Boats, Prizo $20.
Course From Can Buoy to and
around a buoy anehoreel off the
Marine Hallway, and back to start
ing point. . . '
4 Four-Oarod Gigs, Prize $50 or Silver
Kaiulaui Purse. Course Same as
Xo. 2. race.
5 Slx-Paddlo Canoo Raco, Prize $25.
Course Same as No. race.
6 Six-Oarod Whaleboat Race, Prizo $50
or Silvor Cup.
Course Same as No. tf race.
7 Chinese Boat Race, Prize $40.
,V Course Same as No. 2 nice.
8 Swimming Raco, Prizo $10.
Free to nil.
9 Yacht Raco, 1 st Prizo , $25 : socond
Second Class. Course From Cau
Buoy out the channel, ,in passing
Spar Buoy, leaving it on the star
board side,; thence to a boat off ihe
quarantine grounds; tack around!,
the same', ' and return to starting
. point; in passingkSpar Buoy,, leave
it on the port side.
10 Single Scull Raco, Prize $15.
Course Same as No. 3 race.
11 Catamaran Raco, Prize $20.
Course Same as No. 9 raco.
12 Six-Oarod Gig Raco, Prize $50 or
For Professionals. Course From
Can Buoy out the channel, leaving
Spar-Buoy on port side, .thencetq
and around Bell Buoy, keeping it
on the port .side in rounding, and
back to starting point, keeping Spar
Buoy on starbord side.
.13 Diving Contest, Prize $10.
Free to all.
14 Sailing Canoo Race, Prize $35.
Course Same as No. 3 race.
15 Five-Oared Whaleboat Raco, Prizo
Course Same as No. 2 race.
16 Tub Race. Prize 10.,
Free to all.
17 Tug-o'war; Prize 10.
I Swimming Free to all.
18 Barge, Baco, Prize 850 or Silvor Cup.
Kalakaua Purse. Course Same as
19 Grand Promenade. . t . f .
" TheLlstwOf, Prizes will be published
subsequently, and will be in accordance
with the 'amount subscribed hy'tlio com
munity. All boats in the Yacht llaees will he
allowed to carry anyamonntof sail tlfey
Spoon oars will be allowed In tho
For particulars apply to
JASV W. ROBEBTSON, Secretary.
J. A. CUMMINS,
II. It. MACFARLANE,
CAPT. A. MoINTYRE,
OAPT. A. FULLER,
W. L. WILCOX,
i .T.;W. ROBERTSON,
Committee of Arrangements.
Entries Open This Day
And will close at twelve o'clock noon on
Thursday, 15th, int.
J. W. ROBERTSON,
55S 4t Secretary.
Mr. Abraham HolI'miiiK
TTf ILL DELIVER A LECTURE on
" TOM HOOD,"
Poet and Humorist, with some extracts
from his works, on Monday Evoning
tlie 19th. instant, at 8 o'clock, In tho Y.
M.;C. A. Hall, for tho beneilt of tho Lib
rary and Reading Room Association.
Admission, 25 cents.
558 5t b.
NEAR Knplplanl Park, towards D(a,
in onil Head, I have 11 acres of
Good Building land to sell. Will sell a
portion or all at $125 an acre for cash.
To those who prefer Waikiki proporty,
hero is a rare opportunity. Land is per
fectly lovel and suitable for building'
purposes. Apply at once to
554 lw Real Estate Broker.
DURING my absence from thiBKmg
" dom, Mr. A. Jaeger is authorized
to sign the name of the iirm of F. T. Lu
noliiui ff Co, and will aot for mo undir
full power of attorney In a)l rnattors n
which I am concerned.,
lw Hon. Nov. 8th F. T, LENEHAN.
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'yi
itiow and hleg.mt Steamship
MAEIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu and San
Francisco on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
I'AsauKunus may have their inimes
booked in advance by applying at the
blllco of the agents.
Pitmen Here by this line n're hereby ho
tllli'i that they will be allowed 250 lbs
of I n,jii-!!j:o free by tho Overland Kail
way, when traveling I ii-l.
Excursion Tickets for llour.d Trip, SI 25,
good to luiuiti by any of the Company s
btenmers within nine y day-.
Mkiuiiiaxdihi; intended for shipment
by this lino will bo received free of
charge in the Company's New Ware
house and receipts issubii for same.i
IxsuiUNcn on .merchandise, whilst lu
the Warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wit. (i. InwiN & Co.,
Agents, Oi S. S. Co.
,?ttF01t SAN FRANCISCO
. The .clipper bgtno , ; ,
Cousins, . - . -Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
W. G. Inwit & Co., Agents. ,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO. (
Tlie favorito bark
Lady Lampson, .
Rust, :. ": ., :'' ! Master.;
Will have quick dispatch for tlie above
port. For freight or passage apply to
C. Brkwkr & Co., Agents.
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FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The favorito bark
Miller, - ' - - ' - ' Master, -Will
have quick dispatch for tile, above
port. For freight or passage apply to
F. A. Scuaefbr & Co., Agents.
Steam Navigation Company V
LINE OF STEAMERS.
mates, - - Commander,
Will run regularly, for Konat audiKau
Leaves 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,' Deci 21
Akrives at Honolulu at 5 p.m:
Tuesday, Oct. 10
Friday, Qct 26
Tuesday, Nov. 0
Friday,: Nov. 16 1
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Friday, -Dec .7
. Tuesday, Dec. 18
Friday, Dec. 28i
The Ci B- Bishop,
CAMKRONi - - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
at 5 p.m., for NawiHwllI, Koloa, Eleele,
and Waimea, Kauai, Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Friday evening.
The James Makee,
mcdonald,, ,, Commander.,
evcry Thursday; at 8 p.m. for,Kapaa and
lvilauea. Returning leaves Kauai
every Monday, at 4ip"m7 ,and touching at,
Wainae, both ways.
King, - .Master.
. Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m.,-,tpuchiug at Lahaina, ,Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Ka
waihae, Laupahoenoo and Hilo.
Returning, vill touch at all the
alove ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
TOE FAST SAILING
will run regularly'
t;o waialua every Monday,
Returning on Thursday, wenther
For freight or passage, apply to the
Captain on board, or to
181 A. F, Cooke, Agent.
, EX LATE ARRIVALS,
A. S. CLEGHORN & CO.
PER BRIG " CONSUELO "
20 Fine Cal. Horses
Suitable for Cunlages,
EXPRESS or SADDLE
nave been specially seleoted
JPov TliiM Market.
FOR SALE BY
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
vi Notice. ;. r
THE Working Men's Union meets at
the Armory every Tuesday evenr
lug, 7:80. GEO, OAVENAGR, , ,
640 " ' " Beoretaryi
Ladles' and Gent's
. ' Gold and Silver Watches
' Just to hand.
Every "Watch warranted as
f ' It K. 1 N
ItyanMti StoUoj SBrer 9M ooo Dm j
Facsimile of Silver Cases.
VV. HnMiAiwlVJatfllM J
W. R. BUCHANAN,
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105 & 107 FORT STREET, HONOLUIilTsjj.!
Have the Best
Ever exhibited here, consisting in part
Paintings, Water Colors,
Engravings, and Statuary in pParian Marble, Bisque?
Alabaster and Plaster.
wiciiij 9i.yic79 in riciiigiiig iarauivci39
? ' '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 t
Music Boxes just receive! from Geiiaiiy,
Furniture and Pianos sold on the installment plan.
Wo have.received a further consignments Messrs. Mlrrlees, Watson & Co.'
maciunery, ana navo now on nana, ready
One Trlpple-Effcct, on handsome
'square feet -of heating surface, with
JHV, . r.v.v.
One Doublo-Effect, having
engino and montjus.
One set of Four Weston's ratent
One .set of Two Weston's Patent
Having Increased facilities for the manufacture of these machines, thr. .
Weston'aM'atent for which, in Great Ilritain, has expired, we aro thus en
abled to offer them at materially reduced prices. ,.-,,,, ,
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We have a full assortment of Centrifugal spares HnlngBj brasses.- .rubber tf
bands and bushes, etc. - ' ' " f
Two Diagonal- Engints, each $ Inch by 12 inch.
Clariners, Flat Coolers, 8x6x2 and .6x5x1.7,
One sparo Top Roller, for 2Q Inch by 54 inchj mill.,',
Ope spare Side Roller, 'for 2,6 Inch by 54 inch mill.
On spare Intermediate Spur Wheel,
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.' Anwy i
Agent for this Kingdom
B. Bewaro of imita
tions, as I have discovered
several silver watches bear
ing tht name of u 'Waltham
Watches," which are of Swiss
Manufacture, and arc sold as
genuine Waltham watches.
' Vt6iolCocttfff"tlutnif acconrjittiilnov
A YOnIainped.wl!houTTnAoc Mak
V1 ! ouarantred
' SNlQ H.UNITCD STATtS MHTABSAYy
(215) Fac-similo of .Gold .Cases
M. HAGAN.vy '' 1'
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Work Baskets, &c, &c.
wooden iron staging, containing 848."! .';.',.'
pumping engino and dlschaiging mont. ;'
square feet' of heating surface with
Centrlfugals.wlth engino and. mixer.,
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for gearing of 26 inchlby'54"rnHl
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