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OCEANIC S. S. CO.
KOIl SAN FKAKOIBCO. W, ...
Mariposa. . . .Luit esll nululu. Xov. 15th
Alameda, ...jLeaveJlio'iiolulu. Dec. 1st.
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PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
J'OIl BAN KllAM'ISCO:
City of Vikings kin or about Nov, 1Q
City of New YoiU..f(iii di'iiboul Nov III
Australia 0 or uboui Nov 27
Zonlandipi tiii Or about Dec 23
KOll AUCKIAND AND BYI1XUY :
City of Svdney On oi uiiout Dee 1
Australia On or uiiout Dec 29
SUN,-MOON AND SEA..
Sun sets today ,. G.U7..V...',
Sun rlseso-inoi rou . . O.-llJ. .......
Atoon rises to-night., a. 64 .'.
High title (binnll)". .... 4. 45. ...'... .
High tide (largo) 5. 45 ,,.
Diamond Head, Nov. ltf, OiSO a.m
Ligtat,Nvfi.'wiHa. I qK .oO t
Nothing m sight,
Nov. Iff - J " Kjl
w.., 1 k
Stmr Mnnposnfor Sap Frapcisco
otmr das Makee tor lvnuni
Tern Dakota for Port T6wiisenrt
Schr Rainbow for lvoolait
Schr Gen Scigel f9r 'Wainlua
SoW LliktWor'Kolihla W m
VESSELS -LEAVING THIS-DAYr
For Sntf Finhciseo, per Marip'oaa
Nov l."ir B Bullock, wlfovbnR
daughter, G A Konncy, DKJTyfe
and son, F T LcnelianCpt W P
Bhuick, JIis W Koborts, J 5hav,
Capt McIntyro,:-Final8teail( -MElfE
DBisbop,, FMt'Iiityru, C CoJpq,-,L
Oopenhagen H Neilsen, G Keter, C
W Genet, Mrs A Dall' & 2 children)
E Coleman, ft Cliavis, fG Dtipreyl G
Sales, M Oreson, F Gluck, R Gerke,
H Thompson, G Grass &j 3 Chinese.
For Kauai per Jas Makee, Nov 15
F Conradt and faniily,"S Dec'ker,
P Gumpfer- and daughter, H S Kila,
F M Butler, E McDade & 25 deck.
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SHIPPING NOTES. ' .l
The ship Gramte State 2i days from
Vlctoria'lirrlveU yesterday", 'and anchoied
outside. She has 150 tons of coal on
boafdfor Manila, f '. f
The schooner 'Waioli' has had her
spung fore-mast taken outto be replaced
The bark Fi iedrlctf -Is llahbut! half dfo.
chin ged. She expects to sail on Nov.
20 for Hongkong.
The Kluau came off the Marine Kail
way yesterday, and .the. Wainianalo went
ScfirMlle Morris br&ugiit '308 bags of
rice. ' '
.The stmr C. R, ,Blshop an schoouei
Marlon will go on the , Marine Eallway
tO;day(to be cleaned, , ,
The Mariposa sailed 3'esterday with
4874 bags of sugar, 1234 bags of rice,
2014 bunches of bananas, 247 bdls of
sugar cane, 428 bdls of hides,, 4 cases of
leaves and 4 bbls of tallow. Total
domestic value, $50,877. 23.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEVs!
A COTTAGE is offered on leaso or for
The Chamber of Cqmmeice meets at
ten o'clock to-morrow.
A sooia. inyltatipii, dance was held.
In the K.J dfjPHall'last evcnVng:
Kennedy & Co. have received
canned goods and- groceries ' f
A steam. , plow exhibition
held at Kapiolanl Park, In about .ff'fort'
night. 1" '
The Cosmopolitan Eeijtauranttboasts
. ji A n1 l.n nnilntlAn nil limiiaiii
Ol 11 IICW cuua nun eiiLiBiicn an uuiikij
The Titan, fiom Portland, Oregon, is
pxpeeted. toqall here; onj fhowajj tp
Hong' Kong. , ,
Mn. T. W. Kawlins cautions ljepple
against shooting or' trespassing on hi
lauds at Maunalu.
ItEiiECCAa'cdnsel of the lui cony of
$00. ,waa. sejJtcncedlyjJstcxdayto ailno
inoutlis Imprisouiucnt, and to pay a Ann
flf1B J. I, fJ..( ) ) i
Noi,TKr recfimmendtf people' tonuncli
at the Beaver Haloon vherft Uipyjinfiet
everybody, and can Jjavo a cup of tea or
coffee taid cigars.
. -o- .
Tub. total amouuti prpmised to the.
Oahu College fund Is $8,380 Circular1,
bollelting contributions, have been sent
to old Ilawojlans abroad. ,
Mit. A. T, Atkinson piesented tho
Boys Reading Room Association, bn
Wednesday gyeip'ng.,twlth a fwyot,
Plutarch's Livel oIMHtfttribWMon, iu
tin oe volumes. '
Nine of tho eleven members pi esent
.it lm llnuu lloiiillii'Rnnnl Ai&drilation?
klnsonjtlio, .principal ofnBt. Alban's.
SiR. p. A. DiAS,fhns disposed of his
Intejesin lhe.))tlslness 'of tli6 late Ann
of ningit Ootis.W-cs,' and VI11 shoitly
cpJUiliPIH'C Imslnqss In Jli( u$r stnijjj pu
T,.iiig tyi'J, near fiastlc, & Cooke's.
-Tub laige. fiunlluie oalc of lyoii A
L"6voyV8!wllI coiiinicuco on Wednesdaj.
Catalogues aic being pioparcd, and the
fin liltui e. m hleh ,v ill bek on, vlowpn
M&jliHyfejrfi a'.tSsdayJ sil.nd4u1elaliij
of gooil qualitj .
J. U. llitHNS, Jit., while w 01 king at
the qhupltig machine tin hlRtBloie jer
tPtdiiy nun nlng, hud his thumb -pill
down to the Second joint. l)r. lliig.ui
attended him. It Is po-Mblu that bis
thumb will have to be amputated.
The Matlposa sailed punctually at
nodn ji'sterday. Theie weie cveial
liagsengeiH and few opectutoi. The
chief Infc'iesl w'as In 3l6tiie'inys ice
ciji dirtandj; soiTid, Clilnanien, who,
being too late to ship their hamulus,
smashed tln-in on the whaif.
3 Sbvhil piotests will be cnteied today
against some boaU thai are likely to
fltaitln H16 ilegarta races, 611 hc giound
of entries beinir icceivud after the nil.
vciuscd liour of clodiig. '
Some of our business men, who aie
contemplating extensive vorks of a
private and public Charaetcrj'and which
will be beneficial to the country, ha e
deteimincd to postpone theireoinmcnce-
gttient ofcsifcnl Improvements until they
aic assmed of a continuance of the
. ... -. x ,'(
VATEn w!is struck on ilonday morM
Ing in the artesian well being bored on
the premises of W.r E. Foster Esq. 011,
"Nutianu slrrct, at sa depth of 7S5 'feet.
The .wafer is clear and cool and rises to
the heghT"6"f TfourHfcct, above the"8u"r
face of the grounJl ifi a si viand tluce
uuartcr incli,pipe. ', .
Some prcttyjporcelain llguies In town
aie worth seehiEr. The bovs, whoino-
tYidotttti,breil'as and wheelbanow-, for
tnelr young lauy iitenus. suggest acts of
'courtesy hloh inighf'bo imitated iii
these days of dampness and mud. One
little , figure is botli useful and 01 na
mental, as it contains receptacles for
matches' andf cigar ashpfc. Tliey aie at
the stoie of J. M. Oat, Jr., A: Co.
JHis Majesty vas yesteiday the ic
cijiieiitiof a largo number of piescnts
f 1 0111 lds native subjects. They con-;
slsted chiefly of pigs, chickens, taio,
etc. One pig, that w as sent from Maui,
is said to be the largest ever seen on the
islands. Native men, women and
children thronged the .Palace between
eight and ten o'clock. Several Chinese
residents also paid their aloha's to His
Majesty, presenting him with 'many
symbolical of the
'Tx tl?ed Civil "CSiirylsterday, Chey
Tin sued A-A:MbntUn6",l8umpsltfof
190. , Itvwas a dspute0concei ning the
shingling of a house. Mr. J. M. Mon
'bafrat appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr.
E. Preston for defendant. Judgment
for plaintiff in 119, Attorneys costs
810.50, and costs of court 8G.70. F. J.
Higglns v. Max Kobm, 'assumpsit for
835. Judgment1 for plaintiff for 820 and
83.55 costs. Appeal noted to the Inter
mealary ( ourt. The following cases
were settled out of Couit. M. S. Grlm
baiun &. Co. 'v. Yee OnJ assumpsit for
8140.24; S. C0I111&. Co. v. S. K. Kaco,
assumpsit for 27.40.
Rumors of a change in the ' Foreign
Ofllco were current yesterday. The
giound for these rumors was the fact
that circulars, supposed to be issued
fiom that department, weie received by
consular representatives, inviting them
to assist In celebrating His Majesty's
birthday. These circulars however were
not signed, the pac;, .where Ills Ex
celle'hcys'1 name should have appeared(
being ,j vacant. Some people thought
that '$.' Minister", would not condes.-
ycendtp. communicate with' the mcr-?eflnt!le-worldf
others thought and hoped
rthat-tli'eV-lpng-w lhed for change 'had
come, ana mat "mr. Minisier-- wan oui,
an gd interim not having yet been
'appolptd. Theretwece Iho'se even who
ventured to surmise that the .ctlng
Secretary would hold tho reins of state,
ad in t aim, Ills beng the only wrlMng
1 eooimlzable oil the unFi!:iied circulars.
Tfiev, weie, subsequently recalled and
Souih Sea Islanders return from
FrJi'oVQueenslnrid with a profound
respect for the majesty pf tho law.
An old chief in Florida has gravely
changed his name into "Polisimnni"
(policeman yr thatriiinctlonary liav.
iilgbeen describe! tov iim ,as em.
podyinw the most' unheard of power.
.ir9.uk'4i'g, G-IIaU nml th0
crew of the schooner Annie L. Hall
vouch for the 'followln'gT'Ou March
30,. while on the Giwjd IJupkiii
( latitude' 40 decrees, 10 ininils,
'longitude .43 degrees, tbey discovere'd
an immense live trunk turtle, which
Mm 'Atlljohtfj. bp.a vessel
bottom up. The schooner passed
within twenty-five feet of the monster,
and those on board had amnio on-
pMuhUytWesttmnfo its' dimensions
by.apmpnsp.n witj uQ tcjigtn or
the scljopner, T,he turtle, was, at
least 40, feet lopg, 30 feet wide and
r80 lfeittolpJ of.Qlui' VhcUitdttbb
bottom .Qf..uodei-.shell. The flip
pers wferoWierltaig, ft was not
deemed l ndvwablohtto attempt 4tft
NOVEMBER 16, 1883. )
Commencing it 0:;i() A. M.. Shaip.
1 Yacht Raco,--1st Prlzo $75 or Silver
Cup; socond $25. If 4 boats stait,
the tint (1 ho.it saves stake.
Fiisf Clusii. Couhc Fiom Can
Buoy paslng out the channel, keep
ing betwcpn the buoys to leeward of
Spar and Bell Buoy's leaving Bell
Buoy to w ludw 111 d ; thence to llag-a
boat off' Waiklkl. rounding same
fiont lcewaul: thence to a Hag-boat
off the fpiar.uitiue grounds lound
Ing same from leeward ; thunee to
Boll Bu6y, turning to windward,
and passing SparBttov tolcewaid.
keeping between tlie buoys in the
channel, back to Judges' boat.
2 Six-Oared Gigs, Ptlzs $50 or Silver
For Amateurs. Course Fi 0111 Can
Buoy out the channel to and- turning
the Spar Buoy, keeping it on the
poit side, hack to place of staitlng.
3 Two-Oared Boats. Prizo $20.
Course F111111 JJan Bupy to and
aiound a buoy anchoied off the
Maiine Hallway, and h.iek to start
A Four-Oared 'Gigs, Prizo $50" or Sliver
No. '2. race.
5 Six-Paddle Canoe
i-e Same as
Race Prize $25.
Coilisu S.IIIH' .i No
6 Six-Oared Whalcboat
soo. P.,:2e $50
Com be Same .w N'o. . i.iei .
7 Chinese Boat Race, Prizo $40.
Course Same as No. 2 race.
8 Swlmmtng Race, Prizo $10.
Fiee to all.
9 Yacht Raco, 1st Prizo $25;
Second Class. Course From Can
Buoy out the channel, In passing
Spar Buoy, leaving It on the stai;
board side; thence to a boat off the
quaiantine giounds; tack around
the. same, and return to starting
point; in passing Spar Buoy, leave
it on tho poit side.
10 Singlo Scull Raco, Prlzo $15.
Course Same as No. 3 lace.
11 Catamaran Raco, Prizo $20.
Course Same as No. 9 raco.
12 Six-Oared Gig Race, Prizo $50 or
For Professionals. Course From
Can Buoy out the channel, leaving
Spar Buoy on poit side, thence to
and around Bell Buoy, keeping it
on the port side in rounding, and
back to st.11 ting point, keeping Spar
Buoy on staibord side.
13 Diving Contosh Prizo $10.
Free to all.
14 Sailing Cano'e Raco, Prizo $35.
Course Same as No. 3 race. ,
15 Fivo-Oarod Whaloboat Race, Prizo
Course Same as No. 2 race.
16 Tub Race, Prizo 810.
Free to all. - "'
17 Tug-o'war, Pri?o 810.
Swimming Free to all.
18 Barge Race, PrIo 850 or Silver Cup.
Kalakaua Piuse. Course Same as
No. 12. ,
19 Grand Promcnado.
The List of Piies will be 'published
subseipiently, and w ill be in accoi dance
W'itli the amount biib-ci Ibed by the com
munltyj All boats in the Yacht Races will be
allowed to cany any amount of sail they
Spoon oais will bo allowed In the
Fo." paitlculars apply to
JAS. W. ROBERTSON, Secietary.
, J. A, CUMMINS,
n. R. MACFARLANE,
CAF1 A. McINTYRE,
CAPT. A. FULLER,
W. L. WILCOX,
J. W. ROBERTSON,
Committee of Airangements.
Foiir-wlieelcd Mole Carts,
As good as new
557 lw Kaiihunianii streol, 13.
My. Abrnhnm IEoITiiuiik
TY ILL DELIVER A LECTURE on
" TOM HOOD,"
Poet and IlumoilU, with some extracts
from his works, on Monday Evening,
the 19th instait, at 8 o'clock, InlhdY.
M. 0, A. Hall, for the benefit of the Lib
rary and Heading Boom Astociatlon.
i Admission, 25 cents,
558 5t b.
JUST RECEIVED .
KY " MAKTI'OSA "
A Full Assortment
Amerioan Groopries !
A. S. OLEGHORN & CO
DlApiES For 1884
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''''OJv.T Sc GO'S.
Oceanio Steamship Oomp'yi
i THE MAONtFItlflNT
new and Klegint bnunnhlp
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will hae Honolulu and 'Km " t
Fiiiuclsco on the
llit arid lStk of T3aok Month.
l'esi..MiKns may hae their mimes
booked in iidutiict: by applying at the
millre of iho agents.
Passengers by ttiiR line arc hereby nb 1
t'lii-i u in they will be allowed 280 lbs
of luggage free by the Over! mil Hall
way, whjii traveling I!ast.
Exsurtlon ficltals-fer Hound Trip, 5125,
coodioiitu.ii liy hii 01 il.e 1 1 ni( ui 'a
Mt'iinieis wlllilu nine y d 13 s, (
Mi:iicii.Misi. intenikd for shipment
by tills line will be received f-u of
cliaige In tlie Company's New Wine
hoiiRe.nnd iteeipts IsmicI for same. " f
ltfutfifl.scE oh merihandibe, ,whllst (n
tbe'waiehonse.'will beat owner's risk? y
Wm. O. InwiN & Co.,
Agents, O. S, S. Co.
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FOR SAN FRANCISCO
. .The clipper. bgtno i
Consuelo, ' J
Cousins, - . Master,
Will hae quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
V. U. Iiiwin & Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The favorite bark
Rust, : : i : Master.
Will havo 'quick dispatch forthoauovo
port. For fi eight or passage apply to
C. BncwEit & Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FitANCISCO.
The favorite bark
Miller, .... Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
F. A. Schaefkii & Co., Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
LINE OF STEAMERS.
Hates, ' - - - Commander,
Will run regularly for Kona and Kau :
Leaveb Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
Tuesday, Oct. 9
Friday, Oct. 19
Tuesday, Oct. J0
Friday, Nov. 9
Tuesday, Nov. 20
Friday, Nov. 30
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Friday, Dec. 21
Arrives at Honolulu at 5 p.m:
Tuesday, Oct. 10
Friday, Oc$. 26
Tuesday, Nov. G
Friday, Nov. 10
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Friday, Dec. 7
Tuesday, Dec. 18
Friday, Dec. 28
The C. E. Bishop,
camkron, - - . - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
D-m1.. for Nawiliwill, Koloa, Elc
at 5 p-m1., for Nawiliwill, Koloa, Eleele,
and Waimea, Kauai. Returning, leaveE
Nawiliwill every Friday evening.
The James Makee,
mcdonald, '- Commander.
every Thursday, at 8 p.m. for Kapaa and
Kllauea. Returning leaves Kauai
every Monday at 4 p-m., and touching at
Wainae, both ways.
King, - MaBjter.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, 'Mahukona, Ka
wtlihaq, Laupahoehoe and Hllo.
Returning, vlll touch at all the
al ove pqfts, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. ' 1
TnE FAST BAILING
wijl run icgularly
TO VAIALUA. EVERY JIONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
181 A. F. Cooke, Agent.
rjv rs tTrTece f V ED7"
f, t 'EX LATE AmilVALSj
VS Barrels, FreBh
A.8. CLEGIIORN & Cof
A Lot of Land
300 ft! wide by 300 ft. deep,
Situated on makal bide of Berctanla
8treet, near the. residence of Mr. Wong
Qui. Water laid on.
STABLE AND OUT-BUILDINGS
ALSO OU THE PIIEMI8K8.
Trees and Flowery aro now planted andj
Grounds arc well laid out.
fi5U tf g 0HULAN & CO.
Treasury of Song.
THIS Beautiful Collection of Music
for the Family and Social Circle,
conjnhm over 000 pages of Choice Music
among whidji may bo mentioned, 'Jamie,'
"Tlie Old Sexton," "The Swiss People's
Song," and others which have delighted
Honolulu Audiences, at the reoont cop.
corf, ibsurd in 8 different styles of
binding, at $2.50, 8.50, and 0.00 pr copy.
Qrdors.recolved for tho abovo, by
! 1 , Win., CLARK. ,,
Solo Agent for the Haw'n Islands,
l'fHonw Wanted' '
IMMEDIATELY, furnlBhed or unfur
n f lied. Rent moderate. Address
R.A.M., Jr.. care of G, W Macfarlane &
I Co. 542 t(
Ladies' and Gent's
r ' Gold npdrSilvet.'Watclie!
Just to hand.
- "Every Watch warranted as
IHT.HHHralBHInttUWiUHHHDaftVKiLEW KavcaeKI f"l
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Facsimile of Silver Cases.. (215) Fac-simllc of Gold Cases
E. LYCafN,'" " -'' "W. R. BUCIIANAX, ( M.'HAQANJK , "
105 & 107 FORT STREET, HONO'lluLU.
Have the Best
Ever exhibited here, consisting in part of
Paintings, Water Cblbra,"""
Engravings, and Statuary in Parian Marble, Bisque,
Alabaster and Plaster.
Many Styles in Hanging Brackets,)!
, 4 InjWire, Willow, and Rattan. Work Baskets, &C, &.' " rt
' j' I 5-
Blue Jay &i Beacock Feather Fans & Dusters
Ornaments and Candles
Of every kind. A large assortment of
Music Boxes just mM from kmi
Furniture and Pianos sold
"' " PER "MALLSGATE." i. Jtj
Wo have received a further consignment of Messrs. Mirrlees, Watson & Co'.'b
mnchjnerv, and havo now on hand, ready for delivery. , ,
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One TripplcEfTect, on handsome wooden iron staging, containing 3435
square feet of heating sulfate, with pumping engine and dlschaiging mont.
jus, complete. , . n ' . i
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One Double-Effect, havlug- 2290 square , feet of, heatiug,siirface, with
engine and montjua. " ' '
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One set of Fpur Weston's Fatept Centrifugals, with engine aiicl mixer.
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One set of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugals. wJi
Having increased, facilities for the manufacture of these machines, the
Weston's.Patent for which, In Great Britain, has expired, "we are .thus en-
abled to offer them at materially reduced prices.
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We have a full assortment of Centrifugal simies-llntnsrs. braBses.ihliii
uunus anu uusiies, cic.
Two Diagonal Engines, each C Inch by 12 inch. , ' '
Clariderfl, Flat Coolers, 8x6x2 and 0x5x1.7. v '
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One spare Toji Roller, for20 Inch by 54 inch; mill. r
One spare Side Roller, for 20 inch by 54 Ineh mill. l
One spare Intermediate Spur Wheel,
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i !T 5
b a) 5
m. Mcinoriifc;;; '
Agent for this Kihadom
N. B. Bewnro of imita
tions, as I hnvo discovered
scveinl silver watencs, ucar
ihgtllt niuWe of ,,uWnltifB
Watches," which are of Swiss
Manufacture, and are sold as
genuine Walthrtm iValclieB.
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for Christmas Tices.
on the installment plan.
- - mm- -"
. . - - i 1 1 . 1 f I VJKWi
for eearlntr of 20 inchlbv 54 mlir
i 'ifflr' $
. k Ji(k tto i
G. W. Macfarlane & Co,f IT
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