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TUESIJAY, NOV. 20, 1883.
OCEAHIO S. S. CO.
FOH SAN VKAXCIbCO.
Alameda... Leaves Honolulu. Deo. Ut.
Mariposa. . . .IjtiJiVub II iiolnlu, Doc. lGth
f PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
Foil san 1'iuNcreco:
City of ri'kluut.. ..On or about. Nov in
Oily of N w oik...()n or iiimut Nov 1!)
Australia On or about Nov 37
Zcalandlu 1..O11 or about Dec 2;t
J'Oll AUCKLAND AND BVDNKV:
City of Sydney On or about Dec 1
Australia On or uliout Dec 20
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
Sun sets to-day 5. 17 p.m.
S m rises to-morrow.. 0. 1G a.m.
M .on rises to-night. .11. CO.... p.m.
HUh tide (largci 1) .ii.m
High tide (-mull) .... I) ,.m.
Diamond Head, Nov. 20, 0:!10 a.m
Light N. E. wind.
Nothing in sight.
Nov. 19 N
Schr Liholiho from Kuktiilinele
Stmr Waiimuiulo from Wtiimnnalo
Bk Aldcn Basso from Victoria
Stmr C 11 Bishop for I-Inmakua
Stmr Kilauea Hon for Kaliului
Schr Mntia for Ililo
Schr Wnilclu for Maliko
Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahaina
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Stmr Kiiuui for windward ports
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr Lehua for Mol ikai & Matii
Stmt Planter for windward ports
Schr Wninmlu for Mnkiilau
Schr Etiukai for Wainlua
Schr Mary Alice for Molokai
Bgtne Consttelo for S. F.
Schr Jennie for Waianae
Stmr Mokolii for Kaliului
For Kaliului per Kilauea Hon,
Nov 19 Mrs Cuthbert & 3 children,
C E Perry, Misses Perry, Bro F
Mars, J S Gurnty & 45 deck.
For Hawaii per C R Bished, Nov.
19 R Gardiner and 10 deck.
Schr Kainbow brought 542 bags of
The scow for the dredge was launched
The W. G. Irwin is discharging at the
O. S. S. wharf.
Capt. McDonald having resigned his
position as commander of the stmr. Iwa
lani yesterday, was succeeded by Capt.
J. Cameron of the C. R. Jiishop.
Capt. Davis of the schooner Liholiho
. will take command of the C. R. Bishop.
The 0. K. Bisbop went out yesterday
at 3 o'clock to tow in the sell Liholiho.
The bk Alden Bessie, 19 days from
Victoria. B. C. arrived here yesterday
with 328 Chinese passengers for Hong
Kong. She came to get water and
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Tnis is the last week of Mellis' great
His Majesty and party returned from
Walmanalo yesterday afternoon.
Some handsome calabashes, made by
natives, of Hawaiian wood, can be seen
The Palama bus has obtained the
services of a new trumpeter. Practise
Residents on Berbtauia street were
treated to a midnight brawl early on
The Working Men's Union meets
this evening. There Is special and Im
portant business to transact.
, . . ... .
Senor Canavarro, Mr. A. Hoffnung
and Mr. H. Macfarlane leave to-day on
the Kinau for the Wailuku plantation.
The sale of furniture, by Lyons and
Levey, commences at 10 o'clock; lunch
at noon. No reserve on tho goods or
Messrs. Hart Bro3.. of tho Astor
House, have sent us a can of ice cream
which certainly does not ta3to of " corn
Captain McDonald, who was always
noted for ills kindness and civility to
passengers on tho 0. It. Bishop, has re.
signed his command of the Iwalani.
His Honor tho Chief Justice com
mences his class In Hawaiian at the Y.
M. C. A. this evening nt half-past seven.
Tho classes will bo held every Tuesday
Mr. Yarndlev has commenced work
at the public schools. Last week he
visited the Fort street institution to
ascertain its rcqulrepionts and arrange
his plans of operation.
At tho Police Court yesterday, there
wero eleven cases of drunkenness; Joe
and Kowlkl were each sentenced to
forty-eight hours imprisonment, and
two cases were remanded.
Mn. E. P. Adams offers for sale, to
morrow, at noon, Lunaltlo lots number
one and two, containing over eleven
The German laborers have again re
turned to town with a fresh complaint.
On arrival at the plantation they do
niandcd to ho paid 2 a day for each
day they were in prison. As iho de
mand was refused, they objected to
Wildku's steamship company has
been duly formed and the following
ollleers were elected! President, Hon.
S. G. Wilder; Vice-president, Mr. Win.
G. Irwin; Secretary, Mr. S. B. Rose;
Treasurer, Mr. Win. C. Wilder; Auditor,
Mr. J. 11. Patv.
Saturday night's boxing passed off
quietly, the boys from "Walluku and
Walahua " being evenly matched.' Mr.
I. Welsh, the conductor of the enter
tainments, deserves credit for the very
orderly manner in which they are con
ducted. No smoking is allowed, no
Inebriates are admitted, and any ap
plause is at once suppressed.
O. P. M. B. These arc mysterious
letters, and a reference to the top of our
fourth page will explain them. It will
also explain how the cheapest and best
can bo combined in one, where every
thing Is marked In plain figures, where
there is the most varied assortment, of
goods, and where they arc alway ahead.
. Tim; wn ami children of tho Gei.
man la'ioicrs are in a detilii(o condi
tio i. At pro eni they are lodged and
fed by tho Woiking Men's Ur.ion. This
is.nn opportunity for benevolent j orsotis
to proffer. asistmee or obtain employ,
ment for .them, as, whatever the di. p te.
of the men m i.v be, the women and
children should not he left destitute.
The calendar of the niniea sessions
shows an iucicuse, in tho Kingdom, of
forgery and. highway robbery. Boili
these facts were commented upon by
Ills Honor the Caief Justice, who espe
cially noticed that young Huwniiaiu
have a tendency to stick up defenceless
Chinamen and commit robberies on the
Mr. Stiiiling and Mr. C. N. Arnold
arrived from Hawaii on Sunday with
reports of the damage done to bridges
by the lute Hoods, and to receive In
structions as to effecting repairs. The
total amount of the damage, including
that to the roads, Is $50,0U0. Teui
porary fording places have been
already made over the streams, but
these will have to repaired after each
freshet. None of -the bridges recently
erected by Mr. C. N. Arnold have .been
at all damaged, which speaks well for
the quality of his work.
In the Civil Court yesterday, the long
postponed case of John Rebello v. Wong
Qning, a plea of general issue concern
ing the possession of certain premises,
resulted in a judgment for the plaintiff.
An appeal to the Supreme Court was
noted. Mr. Cecil Brown appeared for
the plaintiff and Mr. J. Russell for the
defendant. The case of T. B. Murray
v. .las. Feran, assumpsit for 11 , was
discontinued. The following cases
were continued to i.-2nd Instant: O. E.
Williams v. A. K. Kuninakea, assumpsit
for SI3.C0 ; Broglle &, Spear v. Charles
Jarrett, assumpsit for 80.90.
The court and the bar, nfier the con
elusion of their niduous duties at Wni
men, and while waiting for the steamer,
adjourned lo Mr. Samuel Parker's at
Muna. A camping-out expedition wax
arranged, and the law had a couple of
days good hunting after wild pigs and
cattle. Eight bulls were captured be
sides the smaller game. The party cele
brated His Majesty1!, birthday at Mr. .1.
Parker's, where a sumptuoits dinner had
been prepared. Mr. S. Parker, Mr. J.
Parker, Mr. P. Spencer avid other resi
dent of Waimea did their little best to
make the legal visitors comfortable, and
The following were the convictions at
tho Waimea Couit. dice Song, lar
ceny in the llrst degree, two years Im
prisonment with hard labor; l'alau, for
forgery, live years hard labor; Nakai
kuahlne, forgery, four years hard labor;
Kahookaumaha and akuweo highway
robbery, live and three years hard labor
respectively; Ah Wong, having opium
in Ills possesion, three months haid
labor; Mahukulillli, forgery and utter
ing, two and a half years hard labor;
exceptions wero taken In the last case.
The Court finished business on Tuesday
night after six days work and two
evening sessions. All business for the
prosecution was prepared, and the
Hawaiian jury did tlmlr work well. Tho
sentences passed wore necessarily un
usually heavy, owing to the nature of
rpiIE uudoiig led herewith tenders
L I is thank to 0. U. Bishop & Co.,
Ri-q., Agenti lor tbo Liverpool, London
and Uliilie Fire ln-uraneu C'ompuny, a
al-otoThoi.. II. Divlin, IS q, A,'ont l'o
Iho Northern Auriincu Company for
Ihu very quick and piompt payment of
tho amount of Int-uran -e.
Yours very respectfully.
SOS ill . F IIOIIN-
ON Siturday, a Drk Red Chuddnh
Shawl, ft was lot when driving
from don Kim's on Nuiuinu in-ct,
through ' In nla' n lane, do n Fort stieei
mid along II iiel ti.q to Uo' Kim's. A
'tillable reward will he jdven to the
finder I y
502 tf b WILDER & CO.
lUUOl flOM Utt
Just received by the Mariposa,
Prepare for Chrisfcmas.
They arc the f.iririsi. and neat Assort
ment, over m cived in Hoi.olitlu.
And will be sold at
50 CefiPer Ponni
A New Ic3 Cream Wagon !
which vl Its the Suburbs nt all Hours of
Hie D .y and night with
Soda Water and Ice Cream
FORT STREET. ' lm b
mi TRASI TRASI
We have just received from the
Celebrated Tea House of
L P. lore I Go.
Of YOKOHAMA, JAPAN, a we'.I
selected nssortment of their
To which we call the attention of the
trade, and beg to refer them to the
following Certificates :
Sworn Certificates of Purity.
HlO.i. l.EAMXO PllYSICIVNS AND
Consulate of His Imperial
Jaj anese Majesty.
S: n Franc! ;co.
I hereby certify that the Tea marked
L.P.M. packed by L. P. Mouse, Yokolia
ma, and bubnittcd to me. is in my opin
ion a pure, unadulteiate !, and natural
leaf. KENSAKO YANAGIYA,
His Imperial JapnncfO Majesty's
Consul at San Francisco.
Office of Fred. C Kcil, Pham&ceutical
Chem st, M .rket S r set Pliarmaey,
To whom it may concern:
1 hereby cenily tbnt I have eximined
I lie various brands of Ja an Tet, all1 of
which have been purcknt-ed by disinter
ested parties, and found them all to be
more or le-s adulterated with coloring
matters and other sub-tances foreign to
Tea, with the exception of lo s marked
L.P.M. packed by L. P. Moore, Yokolia
The analyses 'of twelve different brands
gave ihe following result, viz:
No. 1. Large amount of c olnring, con-
siMini: of Prussian Blue (feiro-cyai.
iile of iron), Gyp-i:m and Soapsto.ie.
No. 2. Large amount of coloring, con
sisting of Indigo and aluminous earth.
Thi- brand contains a larjie quantity
of leaves only le-empllng Tea in color.
No.!). Colored with Indigo and' alumi-
No. 4. olored with Prussian Hluc and
Gyp.-um, and mixed with leaves fom
No. 0. Colored with Prussian Blue, Gyp-
Mim and loapMOne.
No 0. Slightly colored with Indigo
Plumbago and Cluy.
No. 7. Cotoied with Indigo, Fl, m'mgo
No. 8- Slijjiitly colored with Plumb igo
No. 9 Colored with Plumbago and
No. 10 Slightly colored with Prussian
Ulue Soapslonc and Yello.v Oehri.
No. 11 Colored with Indigo and Plum-
N'o. 1 ' LPM L.P.Moore, Yokohama. per.
Ice ly free trem du t and any aitificlal
o'.oilug or otli' r loreiirn snb.-aance.
I'RKD, O. KEIL.
Subcribcd ami sworn to before
me, this lit A day of January,
F. C. WEGENER, Notary Public.
San Francisco, January llth, 1833.
I I' Moonii, Esq.
Dear Sir: Having read tho result of
iho analysi- of various brands of Japan
Tea, wo i muddcr No. 12 mncked L P.
M., packed by your linn at Ynkohumii,
tint only Tiaof Iho twelve mmples Jit
for usj and pafestly wholesome the
other biauds cunininlni' moie or less in
jurious sulisiances, and under no bo
cum-tauccs bhould bo allowed to cir
mod. A. fSOEHTZ, M.D.
G. .7. llucKNKi.i., M.D.
J. L. Mkares, M.D.
8-For sale UNREASONABLY
LOW and on must FAVORABLE
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
For Sfile or Lease.
ASMALMJUICK COTTAGE, OON-t-i
ting of four ronms and a Kitch
en, ltont modo-ntc. Anplv to
T, W. KAWLIN V8oap Works,
r oot Ia-Ico
A QUANTIIY of .ron Ho p, 8x8.10.
ly. Also, lion 'lanicj
At i) y lo
J. 11. ii
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'yi
iiiuw and Elcg.mi Steamships
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will have Honolulu and Sau
Pianolsco on the
1st and 15 th of Each Mouth.
1'asbk.nukiis may havu their names
bonked In advance by applying al the
ollico of tho imenis.
Passengers by till- line arc hereby no
till'il that llley will be allowed 2.fi0 lbs
of tiagirime free by tho Overland Hail
way, when traveling East.
Excursio.i Tltkols lor Hound Trip, $125,
good to icturn by any of tin Company's
Steamers within ninety diys.
Mkiiciiandisk Intended for shipment
by this line will he received fn.-u of
u.iargc In tho Company's New Ware
house and receipts Issue I for same.
Insuhanck on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wm. G. Ikwin & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The clipper bgtne
Cousins, - Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port For freight or passage apply to
V ). Ikwin & Co.. Agents.
FOR SAN FR NOISCO
Tho favorite bark
Rust, : : Master.
Will' have quick disp.ttch f. r the above
port. For freight or ms,ut;i apply to
C. Bubweh t. Co , Aucnts.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The favorite bark
Miller, - Master,
Will have quick dispatch for t' above
port. For freight or passage apply to
F. A. Schakfek & Co., Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
LINE OF STEAMERS.
uai'ks, - - Commander,
Wul run regnl.rly for Kona and Kau :
Leaves Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
Tuesday, Oct. 9
Tuesday, Nov. 21
Friday, Nov. 80
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Friday, Dec. 21
Friday, Oot. 19
Akrives at Honolulu at 5 t.m:
Tuesday, Oct. 10 f Tuesday, Nov. 27
Friday, Oct. 20 Friday, Dec. 7
Tuesday, Nov. 6 Tuesday, Dec. 18
Friday, Nov. 10
Friday, Dec. 28
The C. B. Bishop,
CAsrKiiON, ... Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
at 5 p.m., for Nawiliwili, K.iloa, Eleele,
and Waimea, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili every Friday even ing.
The James Makee,
MCDONALD, ... Com mandcr.
every Thursday, at .1 p.m. for Kap-aa and
Kilauea. Returning leaves Kauai
every Monday at 4p-ra , and touching at
Wainae, both ways.
King, - Master.
Leaves Honolulu eacli Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lulialua, Maa
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Ka
waihae, Ijaupahoelioo and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all the.
al o" ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sutiduy 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.
DIARIES For 1884
ovr Ac co's.
EX LATE AU1UV LS,
VC5 BarrolH, JTrenIi
A S. CLEGIIORN & CO.
A Lot of Land
300 ft. wide by 300 ft. deep,
Situated on makai side of Ilerctnnia
Btieel, near tlio rosldenco of Mr. SVong
'Qui. Water laid nn.
STABLE AND OUT-BUILDINGS
ALSO ON' THE IMtlMIREH.
Tree nnd Flowers are m w planted and
Grounds are well laid out,
rm tf g cnui.AN&co.
Treasury of Song:.
THIS Beautiful Collection of Muiio
for tho Family and Social Circle,
contaiiiH over 500 pages of Choice Music
ninong which may be mentioned. 'Jamie,'
" The Old S aton," " The Swiss Pi onto's
hong," aim others which bnvo delighted
Honolulu Audiences, at tho recent con.
i oft, issued in H different styles of
binding, nt $'?.ro, il.50, and 5.00 pr copy.
Oiders received for tho above, bv
Solo Agent for the llaw'u Islands.
P. O. Boxaai. 6511m
- M. Mclnerny, . '1jJ8lS
Ladles' and Gcnfa 0 Agent for this Kingdom ', :m
Gold and Silver Watclie, L ,8 k . N- B.-Bowaro of imita- fgH
No. tions, as 1 have discovered . .ftiwTO
TnoHn bnnil Actual weight. several silver watches bear- ' ""ll.'ffl
Just to band. Go)d ,ng thfc nnmo. Qf WnUmm K
Every Watch warranted as Gross Wet Wtchcs," which are pfSwisa 'fmm
represented. GrossWg Manufacture, and are sold as. ;.
j genuine Waltham watches. '-'"tSwH
Fncsimilo of Silver Cases. (215) Fac-simile of Gold Cases J.SllH
105 & 107 FORT STREET, HONOLULU; ' MM
Have the Best
Evjr exhibited lure, consisting in part o."
Paintings, Water Colors,
Enerravings, and Statuary in Parian Marble, Bisque,
Many Styles in Hanging Brackets, v
In Wire, Willow, and llattan.
Blue Jay & Peacock Feather Fans & Dusters J
Ornaments and Candles for Clnistmas Trees.
Xmas Cards and Presents
Of every kind. A large nssortment of
Isic Boxes just receM from Germany. 1
Furniture and Pianoi sold
Wo hav c received a fuither consignment of Messrs. Mlrrlees, Wntson & Co.'s). ,y F?3
machinery, and huvo now on hand, reu.iy for delivery. ; :; !.,$&
Onii T. innlc.'ElVect. on liiindfome
squaie feet of heating surface, with
jus, complel e.
One Di wble.EfTecl, having 2290
engine and n, ontjus.
Ono set of Four Weston's Patent
One eet of Two Weston's Patent
Having imci 'eased facilities for the manufacture of these mnehines tlio ,.., fsS
Weston's.l'atunt for which, in Great Britain, has expired, wo are thus en- '
auteu to Oiler IllCin Ul niaienany ruuuuuu juices. . "vi
Wo liave a ( nil. assortment of Centrifugal spares linings, brasses, rubber -fk'Jj
bands nnil Ii iirIii-u . ttc. ' v .''wnll
Two Dh igonal Engints, oach 6 .inch
Cloriflci.'s, FlaC vCoolcrB, 8x0x3 and
Ono sp.are Top. Roller, for 20 in di
One s pare Sidn Holler, for 30 Inch
One f ipare Interra edlate Spur Win el,
- . . v Klin
-... t n.T., . . "r T . -. . T.ft . -i t ....vflATSCMn.
JT4,liei.-. - '&$
Woik Baskets, &c, &c.
on tho instalment plan.
wooden Iron staclnp;, containinc niS.1 -s &
pumping engino and di,chaiging irionU "jM
f ' v
square feet of
heating surface, wllh'v -c
' ' ''''. ' fj
by 13 inch.
by 54 inch; mill, ( i
by 54 Inch mill. .'..
for gearing of 20 inch by 5 mill, , ;
G. W. Macfarlane & Co;
If Ii " M
Centrifugals, with cnglne'anl mfxer. , ;$ 'tf
' -t ' tw
t - KSB.A