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MONDAY, NOV. 2(5, 1883.
OCEANIC 3. S. CO.
fou san riUNeisc o.
Alameda... Leaves Hotioli lu. Dec. 1U.
Mariposa. . . .Lu.wcs ll-nolulu, Deo. 15th
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
KOtl SAN FIUNCtECO:
Australia On or about Nov 27
Zealandla On or about Deo 2!)
FOK AUCKLAND AND 8VDNEY:
City of Sidney Onornbout Dec 1
Australia On or aliout Dec 20
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
Bun sets today
Sun rises to-morrow.
Moon rises to-night.
High tide (smnll)....
High tldo (Inrgo)....
Diamond Head. Nov. 20, 0:30 a.m
Light N. E. wind.
Nothing in sight.
Slmr C R Bishop from Hamakun.
Stmr Mokolii from Kooluu
Bk Henry James from Now York
Stmr Leliua from Maui
Stmr Kmnu from windward ports
Bk Christiua from Newcastle.
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai.
Schr Nettie Merrill from Lahama
Schr Ehukai from Waialua
Schr Kekauluolii from Hanalei
Stmr Waimanalo for Ewn
Schr Gen Seigel for Waianao
VESSELS LEAVINC THIS DAY.
Stmr Kihuicii Hon for Kahului
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
"Bk Lady Lampson for S. F.
Bk Frie'drich for Hongkong
Schr Waiehu for Waianae
Schr Wnioli for "Paauhnu
Schr Rob Roy for Pearl River
From Kahului per'Kilauea Hou,
Nov. 24 P N Makee, Mr Camp
bell, wife and daughter, Miss Nott,
"W J Rhodes, J Spencer, and wife,
J Gervin, G W Phillips, R Antone,
5 Chinese 53 deck.
From Hamakna per C R Bishop,
Nov. 24 W H Rickard and 2 deck.
From windward ports per Kinau,
Nov. 25 H R H Princess Likelike,
Mrs G C Beckley, E P Adams, Miss
D Adams, Mrs Boyd, J H Boyd, E
B Thomas, Mrs Barnapa, Mrs Kaho
lokahiki, Mrs C Gertz, T W Clarke,
A Baker, J H Cooke, L A Thurston,
5 G" Wilder, jr., P C Jones, J Sicer,
M Silva, W Braidwood, Mrs Ha
kana, J Desbora, S L Conn, E N
Harvey, Capt Robbins, J Nawahi &
servant, J U Kawaioui, Apana, W
Suhr, H Shussler, S Parker, G Bell,
"W R Cuthbert, Mrs R Hinds, G N
6 R Hinds, J T Hayseldon, Afoo,
Rev S Bond, C B Miles, J R S Kin
nersley, L Asue, W Young, A Gil
fillan, W L Kedingberg, Mrs Kuhi
lani, A H Smith, C J Daring, D Mc
Kenzie, F Boardman, C Horswell, H
From Kauai, per Iwalani, Nov. 25
G N Wilcox, T A Frost, Renjes,
F Cunradt, E A Winston &40 deck.
From Molokai and Maui, per Le
hua, Nov. 25-0 Unna, A M Sproule,
Chesman, Mrs. Wills and child, and
Stmr Kilauea Hou brought 414 bags of
sugar, and 252 bbls of molasses.
Stmr C. R. Bishop brought 1,222 bags
The O. R. Bishop will not sail until
Schr Rob Roy brought 500 .bags of
The schr Paualii nrrived from Ookala
on Saturday, bringing a portion of her
freight back. She will bo hove down
The schr Waiehu returned from Pa
auhau on Saturday with all her freight.
The weather being very rough she was
unable to land. Sue lost boll) or Her
The bark Henry James arrived on
Saturday, 157 days from New York,
with a cargo of general mdse. She is
consigned to Oistlc & Cooko.
Stmr Kinau brought 20C0 bags sugar,
150 'sheep, 22 calves, 3 horses, 2 wagons,
" , LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
T'okkeys are in demand for Thanks
Bethesda. Water on draught and in
bulk at Benson, Smith & (Jo.'s drug
store. 508 lw b.
The German laborers returned to
!elr Government work on baturuay
Knirnnr. Rtrp.i'tresidunts wlllbei)lcased
to learn that the road supervisor intends
t6 cover over the hole in tne culvert.
The after-glov has been again plain
ly visible for a few evenings. Wheio is
Oils volcanic eruption ana caruiqwiKc r
Fou Sale. The California Restau
rant, with stock of groceries, nxtures,
fete. Fifteen years lease. Price, 1,800.
I The subscription lists for the library
ffund havo not yet been circulated, cou
sequently work on tho building remains
fot a standstill.
Residents in the neighborhood of
the Ice works complain of the trees
tovcihanglng tho road on Berctanla and
His Majesty will hold n reception at
Iolanl Palace on Wednesday next.
Tintui: thousand live hundred and
foity ncies of land, in the Hilo dis
trict, were sold on Saturday, by Mr. E.
P. Adams, for 1,000.
Hoiisks must bo shod pcilodieally,
and a central place, where good woik
can bo done, ii nt tlte City Shoeing
Shop, opposite Dodd's stables.
Mr, A. Hoffuung and Senor Canavarro
met with an nccidont at Spreckelsville,
being tipped out of an open express.
Tlicy were not seriously injured
A VKitY handsome nssoitmcnt of
Chi Istmas cards havo been received by
J. W. Robertson & Co., who also havo
diaries for 1881 and dally journals.
A iioat race, between two crows of
the Myrtle Boat Club, has been arranged
for Thursday, the day of Hawaiian In
dependence; the losers provide a supper.
Tin: first "Hawaiian Hoodlum," as
designated by the counsel for tlio de
fence in Saturday's cause eclebre, made
his appearance as a witness for the Attorney-General
At the next regatta, His Majesty's
yacht, Healanl, will have a new adver
sary to compete with, as Mr. J. T.
Waterhousc, Jr., and Mr. W Dlmond
arc expecting a clipper from England.
Some curious revelations were made
on Saturday of the inward avoi kings of
the police machinery. Governors,
marshals and deputy-marshals appeared
to be somewhat mixed. The machinery
wants cleaning, as it is somewhat
Mn. J. M. Davidson mudo his first
appearance in court, since his return to
Honolulu, on Saturday. He expressed
Tils ideas of the courtesy due from one
member of the bar to another, and
objected to some lemarks made by a
, . o
Tun "Hawaiian Hoodlum" said in
evidence on Saturday that one of the
defendants (who was sitting on his horse
at the time) hold him. lound the body,
while another one hit him, and be fell
backwards. The holder, however, did
not fall, so the Inference is that, as he
was so slim, the " Hawaiian Hoodlum "
fell through him. The " H. U's " sto.-y
is however, too slim.
"Bamtonk" kindly informs us that
there is to be a grand concert at the
Music Hall about Chi istmas time, in aid
cf the funds of Punahou College.
"Baiitone" says he wi'l not miss the
opportunity of hearing another "blow"
from the man who has played before
most of the "Courts of Europe," and
that he will engage a front seat.
Theke was a .complication of offices
on Saturday at the Police Couit. In the
absence, upon this occasion, of the Attorney-General
ad interim, Mr. W. Aus
tin Whiting was Acting Attorney-General
ad interim, and, during his absence
from the court, he deputed Captain
Mehrtens as acting for the Acting Attorney-General
ad interim. The Deputy
Attorney-General ad interim was also
Tnn Attorney General ad interiim
having taken a personal part in the late
celebrated Police Court case, purely with
the idea of upholding the law, will doubt
less at once take action against the
policeman who committed pcijury. He
might also "suggest" to Captain Tell
that special attention be given to the
nature of nn oath, when the force attends
divine service every Sunday.
An Impromptu oyster feed, was ar
ranged on Thursday afternoon by a
gentleman who had not seen a fresh
oyster for four years. A bottle of stout
was procured, a temporary tablo erected
in the corner of a store and the bivalves
speedily disappeared. The "By Jove,"
uttered by the oyster famlned man,
after lie had eaten his first, came from
the depths of his heart, or stomach. He
was left opening a second dozen much
to the amusement of Messrs. Kennedy
& Co., who were the kind hosts.
In the suit of R. A. Macfle, jr., vs. The
Kilauea Sugar Co. and W. T. Horner, a
decision was rendered ou Saturday by
the Chief Justico in favor of the plain
tiff. This is an important test case re.
garding the position of a surety, and
has been watched with some interest by
our mercantile classes. The bill brought
in Equity, was sustained by tho Court,
with one or two slight amendments to
be added, and the demurrer, of defend
ants, to the bill, was ovoirulcd.
The Police Court case, in which the
Attorney-General ad interim took such a
lively and personal interest, was heard
on Saturday. There was no case what
ever against Captain Hayley and Mr.
Hay WodehouRo, and, after hearing the
evidence, tho crown entered a not. pros.
against these gcntlomoii. Mr Jns. I,
Dowsett Jr. was discharged, tho Court
saying that tho policeman must have
made a mistake or exaggerated his
story, Ho dwelt stiongly upon tho ne
cessity of officers wearing their badges
in conspicuous places, and telling pco
plo who they were nnd whit they wore
about to do. In the present caso tho
Court did not think that a jury would
find Mr. Dowsott guilty, of the charge
laid against liim, from tho evldenco that
had been submitted. Mr. W. Austin
Whiting for tho Crown, Mr. J. M. David,
son for the defence.
HAYING undergone great improve
ments In tho way of Wire Gauze ,
Doors and Window?, which keen out
those pests of covet ille's, cordially in
vltes his friends and the public general,
ly to give him a call, and guaiuntees
satisfaction. 005 lm
C. W.51ACFARLA!IE & Co.
NEW YEAR'S GIFTS !
Fancy Goods of Every Description, Suitable for Presents
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
Just Received by tho " Bell Rock."
Presents for Ladies smil Presents for Gentlsmcn!
Presents for Everybody can be obtained from
Office and Pocket Diaries of all sizes,
One, Two, and Three Days to a Page.
Ms, if Year, anil BirMay Cards!
Autograph and Photograph Albums, and many other articles
Suitable for Christmas and New Year Presents !
Also, something new in Ornamenting Papers.
J. M. OAT, Jr., & Co. Stationers and News Dealers,
25 Merchant St., Ghetto Block. '
53" M' b
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
!!& THE MAGNIFICENT
new and Elegant Steamships
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu and San
Francisco on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
Passengers may have their names
booked in advance by applying at tho
office of the agents.
Passengers by this line are heieby no
tified that they will be allowed 250 lbs
of baggage free by the Overland Rail
way, when traveling East.
Excursion Tickets for Round Trtp, $125,
good to leturn by any of the Company's
Steamers within ninety days.
Merchandise intended for shipment
by this line will bo rccuhed free of
charge in the Company's New Ware
house and receipts issued for same.
Insurance on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wm. t. In win & Co.,
Agents, O S. S. Co.
A Lot of Land
300 ft wide by 300 ft. deep,
Situated on niakui ride of 111 ichinia
Street, m'qrlho residence of Mi Vo,ig
Qui. Water laid nn
STABLE AND OUT-BUILDiGS
ALSO ON THE I'illMISES.
Trees nnd Flowers nre now planted and
Grounds are well laid out.
B3P Apply to
S59 tf g CHULAN & CO.
FX " MAHITOSA "
A Full Assortment
American Groceries !
A. 8. OLEGHORN & CO.
COM TO LUNCH
YOU CAN OKT THE DEBT IN TOWN FROM
H. J. ISTOLT3E,
THE BEAVER SALOON,
WHERE YOU MEET EVERYBODY.
A Cup of Tea or Coffee I
A.t A.11 Ilourw,
AND THE FINEST BRANDS OK
Figaro, Flor de Cuba,
Coney Island, etc., etc., eto
NOLTE. NOLTE. NOLTE.
Treasury of Song.
THIS Deautiful Collection of Music
for tho Family und Social Circle,
contains over 500 pages of Choico Music
among which may bo mentioned, 'Jamie,'
" Tho Old Sexton," " Tho Swiss People's
Song," and others which have delighted
Honolulu Audiences, nt tho recent con.
Celts, issued in 0 different styles of
binding, at $2.G0, 3.50, and 5.00 pr copy.
Orders received for tho above, by
Sole Agent for the Haw'n Islands,
P. O. Box81. 6511m
W. MACFARLANE & GO.
JR. & CO'S
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The clipper bgtne
W. G. Irwin,
Turner, - master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
V. G. InwiN & Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The favorite bark
Rubt, : : : Master.
Will have quick dispatch for tho above
port. For f i eight or passage apply to
C. Bkewer & Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The favorite bark
Miller, .... Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the above
port. For freight or passage apply to
F. A. Sckaefer & Co., Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
IilNE OF STEAIUERS.
bates, . . . Commander,
Will run regularly for Kona and Kau
Leaves Honolulu at i p.m. on
Tuesday, Oct. 0
Friday, Oct. 10
Tuesday, Oct. B0
Tuesday, Nov. 20
Friday, Nov. 80
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,
Leaves Honolulu every Monday
at 5 p.m., for Nawlllwlll, Koloa, Eleele,
and Wuimca, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawillwlll every Frlduy evening.
Tho James Makee,
every Thursday, at 3 p.m. for Kapaa and
Kilauea. ReturninK leaves Kauai
every Monday at 4 p'm., and touching at
Wainae, both ways.
King, - Master.
Loaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahaina, Maa
laea Bay, Makenn, Mnhukona, Ka
waihqo, LaupiihoolioG anfl Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all the
alovp ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
THK FAST BAILING
will run regularly
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.
My Elegant Assortment of Hew Goods f
L elected by inyiulf lu Pari, London, and New York,
Are low Open and Ready for Inspection
A.jSI SAJLiJE, uiitl comprise
Never before introduced here, among which will be found
Entirely Now Patterns in
Ladies', Misses', and Gbiiea's Boots aid Sboos.
EST JUST BEE MY -a
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Do not fall to 3ec the
New Styles and Colors in Ladies,' and Misses' Silk.
Lisle, and Balbriggan Hose. m M
NEW STYLES OF LADIES' PURSES,
Maroon Flush, &c, &c, &c.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It is not necessary for me to enumerate the miny now goolB iiow
Introduced by mo here, but tho
Ladies' are invited to call and judge for themselves,
II mlulr.Nov. H2, 1883.
W. R. BUCHANAN,
105 & 107 FORT STREET, HONOLULU:
Have the Best Assortment
Evjr exhibited hire, 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.
Bine Jay & Peacock Feattter Fans & Dusters
Ornaments and Candles for Christmas Trees. '
Xmas Cards and Presents
Of every kind. A large assortment of
Music Boies just received from &enany.
Furniture and Pianos sold on the installment plan.
Wehavo received a further consignment of Messrs. Mirrlees, Watson & Co.'
machinery, and havo now on hand, ready f6r delivery.
One Tripple-EfTect, on hnndsome wooden iron staging, containing 8485
square feet of heating Buifuco, with pumping engine and dlschaiglng mont
jus, complete. ,
One Double.Effect, having 2290 square feet of heating surface, with
engine and montjus.
One set of Four Weston's Patent Centrifugals, with engine an.l mixer.
One set of Two Weston's Patent Centrifugals.
Ilaving Increased facilities for the manufacture of these machines, the
Weston's. Patent for which, in Great Britain, lias expired, wo are thus en
abled to ofTer them at materially reduced prices.
We haye a full assortment of Centrifugal spares llulngs, brassesJrubbet
bands and bushes, etc.
Two Diagonal Engines, each 6 inch by 12 inch. -'
Clarifiers, Flat Coolers, 8x0x2 and 0x0x1.7.
One spare Top Roller, for 20 inch
One spare Side Roller, for 20 inch by 54 inch mill.
One 9pare Intermediate Spur Whcl, for gearing of 20 inch by Ci mill.
8gawegfi af wmmmm
In Peacock, Blue, Old Gold, and
by 54 inch; mill.
G. W. Macfarlane & Cof
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