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MONOAy, NOV. ID, 1880.
OCEANIC S. S. GO
roil SAN FIUNCIBCO.
Alameda... Leaver Honolulu. Dec. 1st.
MitrlpOMi. . . .La ivch H Miolulu, Dec. 15th
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO,
KOIl SAN VllANOtSCO:
City of Peking On or about Nov 10
City of N w Voik...Un or about Nov l!l
AulniHu...t On or about Nov 27
Zcahindia On or si bout Dec 2;!
ron auckijvnd and bvdnbv:
City of Sjdney. On or about Dec 1
Austuilln On or -il-out Deo 20
sun, "moon and sea!
Sun Bets to-day 5. 17 p.m.
Sin rises to-morrow.. 0. 14 a.m.
M on risistonlg t..l0. 54. p.m.
High tide (large) 8 u.in.
High tide (small) .... 7 p.m.
Dinmond Head, Nov. 11, 0:1)0 a.m
Light N. E. wind.
Nothing in sight.
Sohr Nettie Merrill from Lahaina
Schr Kawailani from S. F.
Schr Wnilele from Maliko
Stmr Likelikc from windward poits
Sttur Iwnlani from Kauai
Btne W G Irwin fioni S. F.
Stmr Lelniu from Maui, &c.
Schr Rainliow from Koolau
Schr Ehtikai from Waialua
Tern Dakota for Port Townsend
Stmr Waimanalo for Waimanalo
VESSELS LEAVINC THIS DAY.
Stmr C R Bishop for Hamakua
Stmr Kilauea Hon for Knhului
Stmr Mokolii for Kahului
Schr Mnna for Ililo
Schr Wiiimalu for Ilakalau
Schr Wnilele for Maliko
Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahaina
From windward ports per Likelike
Nov 18 R Sterling, C N Arnold, E
W Barnard, Mis Furneaux, W L
Kaholokahiki, C II Combe, J Bur
row, F H Summer, P Combe, Hon
A F Judd, II Smith, Autonc Rosa.
Cecil Brown, 'J Hoting, Dr G run
field, Mrs Pii, A Allen, R R Hinds.
W Kinney. W A Whiting, E R
Miles, J II Lovojoy, H Sheldon,
Miss & Master Sueldnu, W Fehlber,
C L Wight, G P Wilder, J Sheldon,
Rev. Gouldstein, A Tai, E E Bailey
C A Bade', Miss Ilauaio, M Menze,
K Kahoalelua, Mrs Apolo aud two
children, N Y Horner, Awri.
From San Francisco per Win. G.
Irwiii, Nov. 18. 11 Nutter, D D Mc
Lan, J H Hunt, E Brown.
From Kauai per lwalani Nov 18
S B Dole and 40 deck.
The schooner Claus Spreckels, E. P.
Drew, Master, arrived at Kahului on
the 10th inst., 16 days out from San
Francisco, with the following passen
gers: Cabin Paul Muse, Chas. A.
Bailey C. Lonard. Also, 38 horses for
C. A. Bailey, and a cargo of general
merchandise. Value, 19,733.05.
The main rigging of the schr Haleaka
la will be over-hauled.
Stmr Kilauea Hon brought 173 bbls
The Consuelo received 2200 bags of
sugar from the Planter on Saturday.
Schr Ne.tie Merrill brought (iOO bags
The Klnau took in ballast on Satur
day. The schooner Kawailani arrived here
on Saturday from San Francisco via.
Stmr Likelike brought 1509 bags of
suirar, 135 sheep, 8 horses, 2 canoes.
The V G Irwin arrived jejtculay, 15J
days fiom S. F. She hi ought 19 liors.es
6 mules, 2 J cows, 29 pigs, a large lot of
feed, and general ird e.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Plenti of rain in Kau.
.There has been plenty of rain at Pa-
Fevers and colds are prevalent; at
' The band conceit oi Salui day after-
noon was well attended.
A valuaulk shawl was lost by a lady
on Satuidny afternoon.
WiiTOnr; urn a ww lipnvv vntn ilt ICola-
upoko and Koolauloa on Wednesday
A lady lost a gold chain and eye
glass when going to or from the band
concert on Thursday evening.
The Teme ante '.Meeting at the Be
thel on Saturday night, conducted by
Dr. Hyde, was well attended.
Tho lectme at the Y. M. C. V., in aid
of tho funds of tho Library, will bo
givoa this evening by Mr. Hoffnung.
King street, from Thomas Square to
Pawaa, is still in need of repairs. In
wet weather tho road Is generally under
The twentieth annual report of the
Hawaiian Evangelical Association has
been received, and will be perused with
The funeral of the bile II. L. Sheldon
loon place irom the Iktliul ye-m-niii
afternoon and was hugely attended.
Fort street was quite brilliant ou.Su
uruiy tilgiii Ljcan's, Thrum's, ami
Mollis' all being lighte.l up, ami doing
a gool btislnos.
The meeting of the Stock Bicedeis
Association will not be held to. lay, uw.
Ing to the absence fiotn town oJ . cvornl
of tiie members..
Sixteen Geunati liboicis with their
families, nrilvcd by Iholwalnnl yostoi;
d.iy nioinliig, and marched tothoPii
son, In charge of policemen, uurylng a
Mn. C. E. Williams lias engaged
thoeci vices of Mr. F. Gaidncr as ills
cabinet maker. His selection is a good
one, and Mr. Gardner commences with
his now master to-day.
A jiltting of the Teachers Associa
tion will bo held in the parlor of the Y.
M. C. A. to-morrow evening at half
past seven. Business, to airange for
the forthcoming convention in January.
Tennyson's Princess, one of the new
books for the coming Clnistmas season,
can bo obtained from Mr. T. G. Thrum,
who has imported a few copies. "The
Raven " has had a rapid sale.
Lr.r.s, the piofeslonal bicyclist, ac
complished a marvellous performance,
covering 269 miles in a sixteen hour's
competition at Shefllcld. This is an
iwcrago of nearly seventeen miles an
Several gentlemen have spoken of
the kindness of Mr. A. F. Cooke on
Friday, hi conveying so many people
about the harbor In his steam launch.
On oue trip the little vessel took over
Mu. E.'P. Adams, sold, by auction, on
Satuidny, bus )41 and 152 on the plains.
They bad (togethei) a fiontage of 300 ft.
on Pensacola street, 100 tt. on Beretania
street and 10D feet on Kinnu street. The
two lots were sold for -$2,225 to Mary
The gentlemen who were slinging
printers ink on Friday morning, also
broke open two of the Post Olliee letter
boxes. The Postmaster General offers
a rewaid of 20 to any paity giving in
formation that will lead to their convic
tion and punishment.
Who does not enjoy a cup of good
tea ; it refreshes and invigorates, without
intoxicating. It is generally a difficult
matter, sometimes even in Japan and
China, to purchase unadulterated tea;
it is therefore a plasm e to know that
Messis. G. W. Maefarlane & Co. have
imported some Japan tea, which is
'fiee from dust and any artificial color
ing," and "perfectly wholesome."
At the meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce held on Saturday, the fol
lowing gentlemen were appointed an
arbitration committee: Hon. S. G.
Wilder, Mr. F. A. Schaefer, Mr. T. H.
Davies, Mr. P. C. Jones, Jr., and Mr.
W. G. Irwin. It "was resolved that the
charter and by-laws be piinted, and
that the regular meetings should be held
at ten o'clock on the second Wednes
day in each month. '
A native, who had spent all his
mone' on Tuesday, went to the Branch
Leper Hospital to see his wife, a leper,
and try to obtaiu some money from her.
The wife, it appealed in 'evidence, was
watching a hula, but she kindly spoke
to and ' kissed her husband through the
fence," though he was intoxicated. Is
this kissing "through the fence," the
kind of segregation that the President
of the Board of Health permits ? "Look
to this, Mr. Minister."
Satdjiday was u busy (Jay at the Po
lice Com t; no less than twenty Inebri
ates suffered in their pockets as well as
their head, the result of too free indul
gence on the 10th Inst. W. Brown, for
assault and battery on his wife, was
flnea $5 nnd costs. Vikole, for disor
dcily conduct, wan senlenced to 48 hours
imprisonment; two cases of furious tid
ing were fined 0 and $15 respectively,
with costs': Mahol. for carrying 5 pas.
sengers In a licensed carriage, was fined
$2, and Konwaha, ford orderly on-
duct, received 48 houis Imprisonnunt.
Young George Vanderbilt, fouith son
of the millionaire, wants to be a news
paper reporter. There it crops out
again; the natural, educated, aud here
ditary gieed for gold; tho Insatiable
thirst for wealth, the passion for amas
sing millions by the easiest and quickest
methods, and 1 caching u fabulous com
petence by the slimiest ways. It's a
family trait. - Burlington Havik.eye. In
connection with tho above It may be
mentioned that His Majesty still feels a
pride in bis former association with tho
press, which, no doubt, has assisted in
ins acquisition of a kingly income.
"Young George," in ills "passion for
amassing millions," to doff his royal
robes and mingle with tin. Princes of
PA. DIAS having disposed of his in
. terest in the Retail Dry GooU
business at No. 57 Hotel Urcet to Mr. M.
A. Gonsalve-i, his Into partner, ho is o
lonpcr lesponsiblo for tlio ''ebt of said
business. P. A. DIAS.
Honolulu, Nov. 12th, i883.
f ! H ' -
THE undersigned gives notice that he
will shortly open the new storo on
King Stieet, near Mo-srs. Captle &
Cooke's, with an enthely new Stock of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Fancy Goods, etc,
to which ho coidially invites the atten.
til.n of ids friends and tho public gener.
P. A. DIAS,
Oloiccst Freud C
Just lect icd by iho Mnnpo-a,
Prepare for Christmas.
They are tho Largest and Best Assort,
uicnt, ever iccclud in Honolulu.
And will bo 6old at
50 CmtePjur Point
A New Ice Cream Wagon 1
which visits tho Suburbs at all Hours of
the D.iy and night with
Soda Water and Ice Cream
HART BROS, rail tin- iUt.'Dlion of
t'.o public, who desiru 10 enjoy
delicious plate of
IOTEJ OEME AJJMC !
To take notice bcfoie purchasing, that
the name of Ilml iJio--. is on the wagon,
as it is wrll 1 mm u ili.it thcirrenm are
the tinet evi ' iimdr- i'i llf' o' .1 i. Tlu
flavoiings ol Coffee, Yai.i l.i, Oaocol.tie,
Lemon and Stiawbciry have been pro
nounced second to none in the world.
Our fine cake is also highly recommend
ed. Ladies out shopping during the day,
can also enjoy a delicious plate of cream
at the elegant
Elite Ice Cream Parlor !
on Hotel Street.
Families wishing Ice Cream sent to
their residence, will please ring up Tele
phone 182, which will be promptly at
tended to for orders. CIce Cream
will be sened at the Band Conceits at
Emma Square. HART BROS.,
557 lw Proprietors.
COM TO LDMCH
YOU CAN GLT TIIE BEST IN TOWN FROM
H. J. NOLTE,
THE BEAVER SALOON,
WHERE YOU MEET EVERYBODY.
A Cup of Tea or Coffee!
-A.t .A-ll Hours,
AND TIIE FINEST BRANDS OF
Figaro, Flor de Cuba,
Coney lulaud, etc., etc., etc
NOLTE. NOLTE. NOLTE.
KENNEDY & Co.,
Jobbing and Retail
07 HOTEL STREET,
By every arriwil of the O. S. S. Line-
and Stindnrd Groceries of all kinds by
tho Case, which we offer very low.
Depot of the Woodlawn Dairy.
P O. Box No. 297.
Ring up Telephone No. 240.
Satisfaction i G uaiian teed.
204 ly Goods delivered free oi Charge
As good as new
AT HEASON-IHU: RATES.
557 lw Kaahuruanii street, 13.
ftlr. Abraham HoU'ming
TXf ILL DELIVER A LECTURE on
" TOM HOOD,"
Poet and Humorljt, with some extracts
fiom Ids woiks, on Monday Evening,
the 19lh instant, at 8 o'clock, in tho Y.
M. O. A. Hall, for the leneflt of the Lib
uny and Reading Room Association.
Admission, 25 cents.
558 fit b.
VK " MARIPOSA "
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
215 A. 8. QLEGIIORN & CO
DIARIES For 18B4
Oceanio Steamship Oomp'y.
iticw and l.Iegant iMcum-hlps
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leaves Honolulu and Sau
Fiauclsoo on the
1 Bland 15tli of Each Month.
I'AbsuNOKHfl may hao their nauiei
booked in advance by applying at the
office of the agents.
Pnssengeis by this line arc hereby no
tiffed that they will bo allowed 2 GO lbs
of baggage free by the Overland Rail
way, when traveling Last.
Excursion Tlckols (or Round Trip, $125,
good to i olurn by any of die t employ's
Mlenmcrs within ninety dnys.
MimuitANniHi! Intended lor shipment
by this lino will be lccoived free of
Charge in the Company's Now Ware
house and tcccipts issued for same.
Insuiianck on nieiehandisc, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wm. G. InwiN & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Tho clipper bgtno
Will hac quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
V. U. Iuwin & Co.. Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The favorite bark
Rust, : : : Master.
Will have quick dlspitch f r the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
C. Bnr.wKU & Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The favorito bark
Will have quick dispatch for the
port. For freight or passage apply to
F. A. Sciiaefeu & Co., Agents
Steam Navigation Company's
IiIKE OF STEAMJBKS.
bates, - - Commander,
Will run regularly for Kona aud Kau
Leaves Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
Tucsdaj', Oct. 9
Friday, Oct. 10
Tuesday, Oct. bO
Friday, Nov. 9
Tuesday, Nov. 2C
Friday, Nov. 30
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Friday, Dec. 21
Arrives at Honolulu
at 5 p.m:
Tuesday, Oct. 10
Friday, Oct. 20
Tuesday, Nov. 0
Friday, Nov. 10
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Friday, Dec. 7
Tuesday, Dec. 18
Friday, Dec. 28
The C. B. Bishop,
camkuon, - - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Elcele,
and Wulmea, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Friday evening.
The James Makee,
mcdonald, - - Commander
every Thursday, at 3 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., touching at Lahaina, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Ka
waihae, Laupahoehoo and Hilo.
Returning, vill touch at all the
alovf ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
THE FAST SAILING
will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
181 A. F. Cooke, Agent.
EX LATE ARRIVALS,
75 Barrels, JTresh
245 A. 8. CLEGHORN & CO.
A Lot of Land
300 ft. wide by 300 ft. deep,
Situated on makai side of Beretania
Stieet, near the residence of Mr. 'JVong
Qui. Water laid on.
STABLE AND OUT-BUILDINGS
ALSO ON TUB IMlEMIfES.
Trees nnd Flowers are now planted and
Grounds are well laid out.
551) if k OHULAN&CO.
Treasuxy of Songf.
THIS Beautltul Collection of Music
for tho Family and Social Circle,
contains over COO pages of Choico Music
among which may bo mentioned, 'Jamie,
' The Old Sexton," " The Swiss People's
Song," and others which Imvo delighted
Honolulu Audiences, tit the recent con
eit, issued in 8 different styles of
binding, at $2.50, 8.50, and C.OO pr copy.
Orders received for tho above, by
Solo Agent for tho Haw'n Islands.
P.O. 150x281, 5511m
IMMEDIATELY, fumiehed or unfur
nished, Rent modorate. Address
R.A.M., Jr., caro of Q. W. Maefarlane &
Ladies and GcM'b
Gold and Silver Watcher
Just to hand.
Every Watch warranted as
Fac-Blmilo of Silver Cases.
IVJ.MINT ASSAY. SJ
VX '' V
W. R. BUCHANAN,
LYCAN & CO., ; -,
105 & 107 .FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Have the Best Assortment v
Ever exhibited here, consisting in part of
Paintings, Water Colors,
Engravings, and Statuary in Parian Marble, Bisque,
Alabaster and Plaster.
Many Styles in Hanging Brackets,
In "Wire, Willow, and Rattan. Work Baskets, &c, &c. ' 1
Blue Jay & Peacock Feather Fans & Dusters
Ornaments and Candles for Clnistmas Trees.
Xmas Cards and Presents
Of every kind. A large assortment of
Music Boxes just receM from Germy.
Furniture and Pianos sold on the installment plan. , .
"Wo have received a further consignment of Messrs. Mirrlces, Watson & Co.'s
machinery, and huve now on hand, ready for delivery.
One TrlpplcEH'ect, on handsome wooden iron stnging, containing 8435
square feet of heating surface, with pumping engine and dUchaiging mont
engine and mom jus.
One set of Four Webton's Patent Centrifugals, with engine anJ mixer.
One set of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugals.
Having increased facilities for tho manufacture of these machines, tho
Weston's.Patent for which, in Great llfltain, has expired, we are thus en
abled to oiler them at materially reduced prices.
We have a full assortment
bands aud bushes, etc.
Two Diagonnl Engines, each 6 inch
Clarillcrs, Flat Coolers, 8x0x2 and 0x5x1.7.
One spare Top Roller, for 20 inch by 54 inchjmlll. ,
One spare Side Roller, for 20 inch by 54 inch mill.
One spare Intermediate Spur Wheel,
Agent for this Kimjilom
N. B. Beware, of imita
tions, as I have discovered
several silver watches bear
ing the nnmo of " Wnlthum
Watches," which ate ofSwisd
Manufacture, nnd arc Bold as
genuine Waltham watches.
Fac-slmile of Gold Cases
ft 'VnwffiiiiliMiMMS z
Is tssSSBKt 5l
cne stampctLirlth oatTnAoc Iark
vXja K UNITED STATES IflNTASSAVV
square feet of heating surface, wltti1 ai
Centrifugal spares linings, brasses, rubber
by 12 inch. . "A
for goat Ing of 20 inch by 54alll
j 's. rft
G, W. Maefarlane T06;s
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