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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 21, 188a.
OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
FOR SAN KHAKCIBOO.
Alameda,... Leaves Honolulu. Dec. 1st.
Mariposa. ...Leaves Honolulu, Dec. 15tb
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
KOU BAN lMlAKCIECO !
City of Peking On or about Nov 10
Austrnl!n On or about Nov 27
Zculandla On or about Dec 2,-i
FOll AUCKLAND AND SYDNEY:
City of Sjdney On or about Dec 1
Austin! In On or about Dec 21)
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
Sun sols to clay 5. 17 p.m.
Sun rises to-morrow.. C. 1G a.m.
Moon rises to night.. 12. 02 p.m.
High tltlo (largo) 11 a.m.
High title (small) 10. 10 p.m.
Diamond Head, Nov. 21, G:80 a.m
Li;;ut N. E. wind.
Nothing m sight.
Stmr City of Now York f m Australia
Bk Spartan from New York.
Stmr City of New York for S. F.
Stmr Kinau for windward ports
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr Lehua for Molokai & Maui
Stmr Planter for windward ports
Schr Wnimalu for Ilakalnu
Schr Ehnkai for Wnialua
Bgtne Consnelo for . F.
Sulir Jennie for Waianao
Stmr Mokolii for KaluiUii .
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Schr Lilioliho for Wainnae
Schr Mary Alice for Molokai
From Australia per City of New
York, Nov. 20 1 steerage.
For San Francisco per Consnelo,
Nov. 20 J Grosh.
For windward ports, per Planter,
Nov. 20th Captain Hobron, Miss
Daniels, I Rubinstein and 35 deck.
For Molokai & Maui per Lehua
Nov. 20 M D Monsarrat, J. Bry
Bon and 25 deck.
For windward ports per Kinau,
Nov. 20 Princess Likelike, Senor
Canavarrow, A Hoffnung, H Mac
farlane, J H Boyd, Mrs Boyd, Mrs
WilliamSj Miss Needham, Mrs Ba
renapa, Mrs Kaholokahiki, C A
Bailey, Mr Menzc, E W Barnard, E
P Adams, K Hakauwila, W Way,
Father Gulstan, R Cattou, Capt
Hobron, P C Jones, M Menze, G P
Wilder, S G- Wilder jr, J Mars,
T G Taylor, H Sheldon, G Ridel, L
J Lionarons, Mrs Damon, and 2
children, Mr May, W W Goodale, F
H Hayselden, & 125 deck.
For Kauai per Iwalani, Nov. 20
Kapt Kibling, W Y Horner, A Lox,
H Renjes, G Ti;comb, L K Sheldon,
H Fobutt, 25 deck.
For San Francisco per City of JST.
York, Nov 20th F H Svmner, C H
Comb, P Comb, Capt McDonald &
wife, and 2 steerage.
The Consuelo was towed out by the
Pele yesterday nnd the Jennie by the
Mr. A. P. Cook tried the towing po
wer of his steam launch yesterday by
towing out the schrEhukai, which was
The schr Rob Roy came from Koolau
on Monday with 600 bags of salt. She
has a new bottom and new copper.
The Consuelo sailed yesterday with
1,480 bags of sugar, 712 kegs of sugar
and 1 1 pkgs of furniture total domestic
ThcAlden Bessie has 255,408 ft. of
lumber, 085.720 lbs of old metal and SO
spars for Hongkong.
The dredge is being put in the scow.
LOCAL & CENERAL.NEWS.
A Mother's letter is unavoidably held
Christmas decorations have been
commenced by J. M. Oat.
Yesterday was a very busy day, for
a Tuesday, at the Police Court.
Tub free entcrtninmeut at tho Y.M.C.
A. will bo held to monow evening.
Mil. N. Clikfoud is authoiizcd to act
for Mr. Buckman, during tho absence of
TiiANicsaiviNG scrvlucs will bo held
inFortSticet Church on Sunday morn
ing nnd evening. $
Tjie owners of tho Lena, after their
recent success at tho regatta, arc willing
to raco anything and anybody.
Mr. and Mks. Okusjan nie the guests
of Mr. W. W. Hall at Waiklki, and will
remain theio for a week or ten days.
Longfellow's "Evangeline," Illus
trated by Dttrley, and bound in alliga
tor skin, can bo obtained at T, G.
Thrum's store. ,
CiiRisTMAg and Now Year goods have
been unpacked by G. W. Mncfarlaue &
Co,, and are now on view at their store.
Further reference will bo made of them.
Mr, P. Horn teudeis thanks to Messrs.
O. R. Bishop & Co. and Mr. T. H. ,Da.
Vies, for their prompt Eottlements of his
plalms in connection with tho late tire.
Tlie Spartan has arrived at last.
Mr. P. C. Jones, Jr., has discovered
tho names of tho writer? of obscouo
matter" in tho Y. M. (J. A. vhltors' book.
It was not dono by members of his
- ' i .
M. G. W. C.tipuntur, puiuor of the
City of New York and Messrs. J. V.
Robertson fc Co. have kindly supplied
us with late Australian papeis.
Last Sunday afternoon's service at
the Y. M. C. A. was pronounced the
most successful yet held. Tho attend
ancp was very huge, and consisted,
almost cntiioly, of young men.
Tin: Hawaiian Motiuons tlnd it diy
woik on these it-lands. Thoy want
water, and to supply their want, Messrs.
McCandlcss & Barnes leave at once for
tho settlement at Laic, onnboilng expedition.
The City of New Yoik an tved shoitly
after noon yesterday with very few pas
Rongeis. The Australia was to leave
Sydney on 14th Inst. The New York
was detained at Auckland, waiting for
the Now Zcnlaud mail.
1 . .
The Kinau sailed on her tlrst inter
lsland tilp yesterday. Tho baud was
playing on the wlurf to give her a good
"send-off." A good race Is expected
between the Planter and Kinau, as both
left at the same time.
Moue Ice-cream at tills office. Our
friends vtRtcrday were Messrs. McDou
gall & Boaidmann who left a bucket
full of their manufacture. It is not
beaten oven by the Astor House, and
contains no "coin-starch" or "fiozen
starch." These afternoon visits are
agreeable ones. Next?
The Saturday half-holiday movement
is gaining ground in Honolulu. Each
week it is noticeable that moie of the
business houses are closing at one or
two o'clock on Satin day, unless a mail
steamer is ai riving or departing. May
the movement become still more
"The Bishop of Newcastle openly
declared in his diocesan conference, that
clergymen would be justified in with
holding the Holy Communion from peo
ple who contracted mairiages with a
deceased wife's sister. Such intolerant
fanaticism was scarcely to be expected
from a 8on of that astute old couitler,
"Soipy Sam." Life.
An Exchange says that "Thirty-six
Mormon missionaries have just bailed
from New York to drum up polygamous
conveits iu Europe." It somebody would
only go to "di um up polygamous con
verts," in, say, New Gutne t or tho New
Hcbildes, from " a few miserable sava
ges andjicasts of the jungle!"
Some would-be "bloods" of Hono
lulu, who ought to have lived in the
days of "Tom and Jeny," amused
themselves, in the early hours of Sun
day last, by injuring a horse, belonging
to a gentleman of their acquaintance,
and turning it loose, and by smashing
the fences of several residents on School
street. Their names arc known, and
will form an interesting addition to the
Police Court calendar.
The Hamakua distiiet on Hawaii is
strongly opposed to the piesent admin
istration, yet its electors are being
hood-winked. Three candidates for the
coming legislature aic in the field, viz:
Mr. Kauamanu. the present representa
tive; Mr. C. Williams and Mr. Sankey.
The two former are being run, nomi
nally as independent candidates, but
their supporter is well known to be
hand-iii-glove with the existing govern
ment. Hamakua electors should be
In these days of progros, it is a w on
der that gas is not more generally used.
It is chenper and cleaner than oil, and
the cost of a Springfield Gas Machine is
small, when compared with the subse
quent advantages. These comprise the
"safety of the proccs," "simplicity of
the machine," the fact of its being "au
tomatic," and no fire is used to manufac
ture the gas. There is onlv one agent
in Honolulu for the Springfield ma
chines, and he Is Mr. O. O. 'Berger of
To-day's furniture sale by Lyons &
Levey is an unusual one in Honolulu.
The goods offered have been, received
direct from London, and compriso in
laid tables of various shapes and sizes,
ladies work tables, one of which includes
cilbbage, draft, chess and back gammon
boards, in addition to the usual lcccpta
clos for fancy work; there are also din
ing room suites in leather, occasional
tables, whatnots, pretty cane chairs,
velvet covered tea tables, leading ables,
cantci buries, commodious and comfort
able easy chans, eovcied with cietonne
and other mateilals, desks, flow er stands
and pots, book-shelves, hassocks, music
stools, pillows and the many other
articles necessary to furnish an elegant
house. Tho sale commences" at ten
o'clock, and lunch will be served shoitly
after twelve. Tho goods are to bo sold
without reserve. Tlie walls of a house
can also bo decorated at the same time
with plenties and oil paintings.
KX " MARIPOSA "
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
A. S. OLEGHOItN & CO.
Treasury of Song.
THIS Beautiful Collection of Music
for tho Family and Social Circle,
contains oer 500 pages of Choice Music
among which may be mentioned, 'Jamie,'
" The Old Sexton," " The Swiss People's
Song," and oihen which huvo delighted
Honolulu Audiences, at tho recent con
eit, issued in difFeront styles cjf
binding, at $2.50, 11.50, and 0.00 pr copy.
Ordora received for the above, by
Sole Agent for the Haw'n Islands.
P.O. Box 281. 55Um
G. W. MACFARLANE & Co.
JEXrarvo on "View
NEW YEAR'S GIFTS !
Fancy Goods of Every Description, Suitable for Presents
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
Just Received by tho " Bill Rock."
Presents for ladies nnd Presents for Gentlemen I
Presents for Everybody can be obtained from
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
m TEAK! TIM!
We have just received fiotn the
Celebrated Tea House of
L. P. lore & Co.
Of YOKOHAMA, JAPAN, a well
selected assortment of their
To which we call the attention of the
trade, and beg to refer them to the
following Certificates :
Sworn Certificates of Purity.
FROM LEADING PHYSICIANS AND
Consulate of His Imperial'
I hereby ceutify that the Tea marked
L.P.M. packed by L. P. Moore, Yokoha.
ma, and submitted to me, is in my opin
ion a pure, unadulterated, and natural
leaf. KENSAItO YANAGIYA,
His Imperial Japanese Majesty's
Consul at San Francisco.
Office of Fred. C Keil, Phamaceutical
Cnctniibt, Maiket Street Pharmacy,
To -whom it may concern:
I hereby ccitify that I have examined
the various brands of Japan Tea, all of
which have been purchased by disinter
ested parties, and found them all to be
more or lcs adulterated with coloring
matters and other substances foreign to
Tea, with the exception of lots marked
L P.M. packed by L. P. Moore, Yokoha.
The analyses of twelve different brands
gave the follow iug result, viz:
No. 1. Latgo lmount of coloring, con.
siMing of PiiihSinn Blue, (teuo-cyau.
iilo of iion), Gypsum and So.iustone.
No. 2. LirjC amount of coloring, con.
sibling ot Tndigo and alutniuous earth.
This brand contains a largo quantity
of leaves only re-cinpllng Ten in color.
No. 3. Colored with Indigo and ultiini.
nous cat th. v
No. 4. Coloicd with Pruian Jllr.o and
Gypsum, nnd micd with leavts fnim
No. 5. Coloicd wlthPruvlun Blue, Gyp
sum and Soapstonc.
No. 0. Slightly colored with Indigo
Plumbago and Clay.
No. 7. Colored with Indigo, Plumbago
No. 8. Slifjitly colored with Plumbago
No, 9 Coloicd with Plumbago and
No. 10 Slightly coloicd with Prussian
Bluo. SoapMono and Yellow Ochre,
No. 11 Coloicd with Indigo nnd Plum-
No, li LPM L.P. Moore, Yokohama, per.
fecily ftee from dust and nny artificial
coloiing or other foreitrn substance.
FRED. C. KEIL.
Stiba ib'ed and sworn to before t.
me, tiis VitA day of January,
F. C. WEGENER, Notary Public.
San Fiiancibco, January 1 1th, 1883.
L. P. Mooue, Esq,
Dear Sir: Havinir read tho result of
the analysis ot various brands ot Japan
Tea, we consider No, 12, marked L, P.
M., packed by your firm at Yokohama,
the only Tea of the twelvo samples fit
for use and perfectly wholesome the
other brands containing more or less In
jurious substances, and under no be
cumstances should bo allowed to dr
illed. A. Goehtz, M.D.
G. J. BUCKNKLIi, M.D.
J. L. Mkares, M.D.
B-For Halo UNREASONABLY
LOW and on most FAVORABLE
G. W. Macfiirltme & Co.
For Sale or Lease.
A SMALL BRICK COTTAGE, CON
sbting of four rooms and a Kltch.
eu. Rent moderate. Apply to
4 T. W. RAWLINS, Soap Works,
560 Ct . Leleo
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
fncv and Elegant Steamships
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu nnd San
Fi.mcisco on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
Passenqeub may have their names
booked in advance by applying at the
office of the agents.
Passengers by this line are hereby no
tified that they will be allowed 250 lbs
of baggage free by the Overland Rail
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickots for Round Trip, $125,
good to return by any of the Company's
bteamcrs within ninety d tys.
Merchandise intended for shipment
by this lino will be received free of
charge in tlie Company's New Ware
house and receipts issued for same.
Insurance on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wm. G. Iuwin & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S, Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Tho clipper bgtne
W. G. Irwin.
Turner, - - - - master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
W, G. Irwin & Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The favorite bark
Rust," : : : Master.
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
O. Brkwkk & Co., Agents
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The favorite bark
Miller, .... Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the ubove
port. For freight or passage apply to
F. A. Sciiakfku & Co., Agents.
Steam Navigation .Company's
LINE OF STEAMJBttS.
dates, . - . Commander,
Will run regularly for Kona and Kau :
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, Deo. 11
' Friday, Dec. 21
Arrives at Honolulu at 5 p.m;
Tuesday, Nov. 27
Friday, Dec. 7
Tuesday, Dec. 18
Friday, Dec. 28
Friday, Oct. 20
Tuesday, Nov. fl
Friday, Nov. 10
The C. R. Bishop,
oameron, -.- Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
at 5 p.m., for Nawlllwili, Kolou, Eleele,
and Walinea, Kauai. Returning, leavet
Nawlllwili every Friday evening,
Tho James Makee,
overy Thursday, at 3 p.m. for Kapaa and
KUauea. Returning leaves Kauai
every Monday at 4 p in , and touching at
Walnao, both ways.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lalinlna, Man
laea Bay, Makena, Mahukona, Ka
walhae, Laupalioehoo and Uilo.
Returning, vlll touch at all tho
alovo ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
the kabt bailing
will run icgularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or passago apply to tho
Captain on board, or to
181 A. F. Cooke, Agent.
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Ladies' and Gent's Q A(jent for this Kingdom fffflH
Gold and Savor WatehesL ,8 k N. B.-Bewarc of hnita- .$
T,.Df 4n l,nn.l Actual weight several silver watches bear- ItWM
duettoana. . mmo q WnIUiam , ,Jgi
Every Watch warranted as GrossWgt Watches," wincli are of! Swiss tWKm
mnncinnfnj varosswei Manufacture, and are sold as i'gi
represented. l J gcnulnc Waltham watches. ' j
, Va'.is crcrtifslBit.Uio acrorapanj-lng KHmt
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Facsimile of Silver Cases. (215) Fac-Bimile of Gold Cases IfapS
Fac-similc of Silver Cases.
W. P. BUCHANA.V,
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Have the Best
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.
Blue Jay & Peacock Feather Fans & Dusters
Ornaments and C.indlcs for Christmas Trees.
Xmas Cards and Presents
Of every kind. A large assortment of
Miisic Boxes just receivefl from Germany.
Furniture and Pianos sold on the installment plan.
We have rcceied a further consignment of Messrs. Mirrlees, WalsouA Co.', ' i
llnnerv. and lnivn now on lmml rpn.lv fnr ilnllvnrv , n.fla-1,
machinery, and have now on hand, ready for
One Tripple-EflVct, ou handbome wooden iron staging, containing 8485
square feet of heating suifaco, with pumping engine and dlschaipinc mont.
Ono Double.Eflect, having 2200 square feet of heating surface, with
engine and mont jus.
Oue set of Four Weston's Patent Ccntrifugnls, with engine anl mixer.
One set of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugals. ;
Having increased faeilities for the manufacture of these machines, tho h fS
Weston's.Patcnt for which, in Great Dritaln, has expired, we are thus en- yrA
abled to oiler them at materially reduced prices. f j
We have a full assortment of Centrifugal spares linings, brasses, rubber JUfrltf!
bands und bushes, etc. I 4
Two Diagonal Engines, each 0 inch by 12 inch.
Clarincrs, Flat Coolers, 8x0x3 and 0x5x1.7.
Ono spare Top Holler, for 20 Inch by 54 inch; mill.
Ono spare Bide Roller, for 20 inch by 54 inch mill,
One spare Intermediate Spur Wheel, for gearing of 20 inch by 54 mill.
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