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TUESDAY, DKC. 18, 188;t.
roil ban faancieco. .
Alameda.... Leaves Honolulu. .Inn. 1st.
Marlpoia. . . .Ti'sive U.nohilti, Jan. lCih
PACIFIC MAIL 3S. CO.
FOIl BAN VlUKCtSCO !
Zcalandla On or nbout Dec 23
KOH AUCKLAND AND SVDNIJV !
Austrnlla ..On or about Dec 20
Zehbmdla. . On or about Jan. 21
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
Sunsets to-night C. 22.... p.m.
Sun rises to-mm'row 0. U2 a.m.
Moon rises to-nlglit 10.111... .p.m.
Illgh tide (largui today.. 7. H0....n.m.
HU'lttldo (small) to.nl glit . 00.. ..p.m.
Diamond Head, Deo. 18, G:80 a.ni
Light N. E. wind.
Stmr Kilauca Hon off Wnikiki
Sclir Kalnna from S. S. Island
Stmr Mokolii from Koolau
Stmr W H Rccd from Hilo "
Sclir Elutkni from Wninlun
Stmr Lehua from Mnui.
Bk Cuilmrien for S. F.
Bk Mnzntlan for Mexico '"
Sclir Kawnilani for Koolau
Sclir Mile Morris for Koolau
Stmr C R Bishop for Hamakua
Schr Pauahi for llnnnlcl
Schr Wiiimalu for Koloa
Schr Waiehu for Waianae
VESSELS LEAVINC THIS DAY.
Stmr Kinau for windward ports
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr Mokolii for Koolau
Bk Christine for Humboldt
Schr Marion' for Kukuihaele
Scor Mana for Onomea
From Kauai per Iwalani, Dec. 17
G N Wilcox, W H Rice, Miss
Halm, W E Rowell, Miss Purvis, G
Irvine, O Lsenlierg and 15 deck.
The Cniburien sailed 3'esterday, with
2131 bags of sugar, 924,1 bags of rice
and 130 bunches of b:m;inas, Total
domestic value 29,570.50.
The Iwalani brought 102 bags of
paddy from Waiinea.
The wharf at Eleele has washed away.
The stun Jas Alakee took in tow the
schooner Munuokawal 9 miles off Ana--liola,
lier sails being in pieces. She has
coal for Kekaha.
Stmr Mokolii brought 844 bags Jof
rice, 183 bugs of sugar and 41 bbls of
molasses. The Captain reports a num
ber of houses blown down at Koolau.
The Likelikc brought 1015 bag's of
sugar. The Captain reports the wharf
at Mahukona under the water, and that
3 bouts were stove in, while landing
The schoo'ier Haleakala arrived yes
terday, with COO bugs of sugar. She
left Pepeekco hist '1 hursday, passed Kn
hului, but saw nothing of the Kiluuea
Hon. She biiiiL'S the 3 sailors of the
Maua. that were left at Honomu.-
The schooner Wuimalu returned from
Koloa with all the freight for that plaee,
she being unable to land it. She sailed
yesterday with better prospects.
The schooner Kaluua arrived yester
day, 10 days from Jaluit with 30 S. S.
laborers, fcho was 24 davs going down,
and reports the Morning .-tar having
sailed on Aug. 12, for Caroline Islands.
Heard of the Julia at Mnk n, she sailed
3 days before the arrival of the Kaluua,
for fcouth Gilbert Islands.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Coniia is going in for horticulture.
Tub thermometer fell, on Sunday
night, below CO .
The regatta prizes were not paid on
Saturday according to promise.
Some of the waterplpes on the wharf
were broken on Saturday night.
All the offices in Campbell's block,
except three on Fort street, have been
The time for receiving taxes ha
been extended, and the 'tax office will bu
again opened on Thursday.
The Anchor Siloon was entered on
Satur lay after milnllit. Tho door was
forced open and nomo champagne and
American dressed turkeys on icet
ThU sounds liko O irl-.tm is, and when
tho Alamcdi arrives they can bo oh.
tained from S. J. Levey & Co , who are
now receiving orderS.
The sale at Ehlers & (Jo's was well
attended on Saturday night. The store
was packed with people and good
prices were realized. There will be
unothtr sale at tho same place ou Satur
day. I. -
Tub fire on Sunday afternoon occurred
In a stable on Alnunakea street, belon
ging to a Chinaman. A child had been
playing with matches and some russ
began to burn, but they wcie quickly
A, ICitAFT lias gone over to tho other
side (of the road) and is the first to
occupy one of the new stores in Camp
"boll1 block. He opens with a huge now
stock of jewelry, musical instruments
The afternoon service at the Y. M. C.
A. and tho evening service at Fort
Street Church on Sunday were not held
ou account of the storm. Pastor
Cruzau made a few remarks in tho
morning about the condition of the
The orphan leeches ii-itors at tuui,
o'clock this evening, orf ntfon till neatly
, . i . . .
Tub lload.S i,arviaor says that the
flooded potion of Merchant street lind
not been repaired.
Bomh correspondence, n fool of u gc
vernor and n mistake of terms, appear
in lo-tfnys supplement.
Ninr cases of drunkenness and tlnco
of disorderly conduct comprised yester
day's Police Court business.
Another Free Single Lantern Exhibi
tion will he given to-night, on Fort
street, at 8 o'clock. There will he tin
entire change of views from those suc
cessfully shown on Saturday.
On Sunday evening a telephonic mes
sage Yas received at the Station house
of a disturbance In a cottage at the buck
of Mrs. Dixon's, ou llcrctnnla stiect.
Five policemen visited the place and
tlto noise subsequently ceased.
At Kilauca Plantation on Wednesday
n Portuguese was killed. He was feed,
ing tin ennn carrier and got dragged
under the roller, Ills right leg being
smashed to pulp nnd his loft foot da
mnged. The right leg was amputated
above the knee joint but tho patient
The malls which left on the Mariposa
contaiturt many small parcels of Christ-
mnsprccnts. such as rnrds and other trifl.
ins souvenirs to friend in the old conn,
tries. Her mall will reach San Fran.
Cisco a day or two before Christmas, and
the Eastern States about New Year's
day. Another mail will follow by the
Zealondiu, on Sutuiday; when forgotten
messages can be forw" riled.
The Minister of Finance informs us
that it is not contemplated to witliIrnw
the instructions recently given to the Cus,
torn House, re payment of dutlei, for all
of which American sold coin is deman
ded. It is also probable that the law
will he enforced with reference In taxes,
whereby, In amounts over $0, seventy
five per cent must be paid in gold.
The Equitable Life Assurance Com
pany has an income of 48,493,349.50
and nn expenditure of $0,981,400.47.
Its total asse"ts at the end of 1881, were
44,308,541.89, secured by U. S. stocks,
bonds and mortgages on real estate.
The society has not a single contested
claim on its books, and its policies are
incontestable after three years from
their issue, and payable promptly on
proof of death. Its total real estate
yields a rental of over five per cent.
This is the best company in which to
insure your life. 580 lw b.
A daring attempt tit burglary was
committed on Snnda3' morning at the
Hotel. Two ladies occupy one room
and, shortly before four o'clock, one of
them was aroused by feeling a man's
hand npon her. Sho immediately
screamed, the m in got behind the bell
and was subsequently seen, by both
ladies, escaping through one of the doors
of the room, he ran along the corridor
and dls-nppeared. The object of the
unwelcome visitor was doubtless to
secure some valuable diamonds which
the lady keeps in pockets in a flunnel
jacket that she wears even' night. The
jewels arc now in safe keeping and the
police arc on the trail of the thief. Such
an attempt has never before occurred in
" Good morning Mrs. Brown." "Where
have you been this morning?" "To Mr.
A. L. Smith's store on Fort St. to see hi
vast and lovely display of new Christmas
goods, just received per steamer Muri:
poa." "Well I sec you have bought
t-ome tilings there." " Oh yes, I could
not help doing so, thero is such a nice
variety to choose from." " What has he
got?" "Well, the lirst thing I noticed,
was the silverware." "There arc curd
receivers, cake baskets, ice pitchers, tn
lile castors, pickle castors, individual
castors for gentlemen, butter dishes, and
a lovely variety nf little butter plates, all
new, and too sweet for anything, little
pepper bottles in great vnrietv, s-poons,
forks etc. Then there arc wall pocket-,
plush whistle hionm holders, case i-cts of
brush, mirror and combs, book shelves,
ten pin hat racks, velvet card and cabi
net picture frames, sets of ten pins, new
toys, brackets, vases, sowing machines,
etc, etc., but you must go and sec for
yourself, nnd don't forget to look at tho
Christmas and New Years cards. They
a,ro perfectly lovely. "I ant glad yoit
were t-o well pleased, with your visit. I
will call for a number of my friends
and go there too." 585 lw
AWA of Pnlama having made an as
signment tills day to the under,
signed for the benefit of his creditors,
all persons having any claim -against
said firm, will nleisc present them at our
ofllce within sixty days from date heru;
of, or they will bo forever barred; fffi
persons owing said AWA are requested
to mike immediate payment to the un
dertigned. IIYMAN BROS.
Honolulu Den. 12tli, 18. r4 lm
a beautiful sample line of
Ladles', Misses' and Children's
Very latest Paris Styles I
AT IiXTIlKUELY LOW I'ltlCES.
Iff. A. 3oiihh1vch & Co.,
Fop Sale by
m l St II. nACKFELD & Co.
Havana Cigars I
FOR SALE BY
Hats aid JBoiets,
E. Haskfeld & Co.
G-rand Clearance Sale
OUR SHOW ROOMS
During ilo present -voU
NEW YEAR'S GIFTS I
O- V. Maefarlane &c Co.
J. H. CONGDON & CO.,
B3aver Block, Queen Stieat, Honolulu,
Importers, Slipping and General Commission Merchants,
HAVE JUST IiAXlm A IiAIlUE CONSIGNMENT OF
Barley, Bran, Oats, Onions, Boans, Wheat, eto. Choice table & dried Fruits.
Ex"Muipo.sa" Large Stook of CHOICE POTATOES, which we offer to tho
trade at special puices. PARAGON AXLE GREASE which gives nni.
585 vcrsnl sitUlnction. Elf-Corrcspondencc solicited. 8m
J. M. OAT,
Office and Pocket Diaries of all sizes,
One, Two, anil Three Days to a Page.
Ms, lw Year, anfl BirMay Cards!
Autograph and Photograili Alliums", and many other nrticles
Suitable for Christmas and New Year Presents !
AUo, i o:nctlnng now in Ornamenting Papers.
OIPIEIV DEVEJR.Y 3E"V3ElVIIVO-.
J. M. OAT, Jr., & Co. Stationers and News Dealers,
oGI Stet h 25 Merchant St., Gazette Block.
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
.jSHSSh THE MAGNIFICENT
tt r" irviw . -
,new and Elegant bieiuniitps
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu and San
Francisco on the
1st and 15th of Each Month.
Pabsknqurb may have their names
hooked in advance by applying at the
ofllce of the agents.
Passengers by this line are hereby no
tided that they will be allowed 250 lbs
of buggnge free by the Ovcrlund Rail
way, wiien traveling Eust.
Excursion Tickots for Round Trtp, $125,
good to return by any of the Company's
MenmcM witliin'nine'y day.
Muiiciiamihse intended for shipment
by this lino will be received free of
charge in tho Company's New Ware
house and receipts issueil for same.
Insuiianoe on merchandise, whilst in
the warehouse, will be nt owner's risk.
Wh. G. Iiiwin & Co.,
Agents, O. S. S. Co.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
. The favorite bark
D. C. Murray,
Underwood, ... Master,
Will have quick dispatch for tho above
port. For freight or passage apply to
F. A. Sciiakfkii & Co., Agents.
' FOR SALE.
JUST RECEIVED and For Sale by the
150 Ukkm No. 1 UmvnNhetl
531 2w O. BREWER & Co.
A Good Pasture for Horses,
.$jk NEAR TOWN.
A. A. MONTANO.
600 Chancoi, at $2.50 a Chance.
Tickets io bo had at Nordbcrgvs Aaclior
A QUANTITY of iron Horp, 2x3.10.
xjl Aio, Iiou Tanks. Ai ply to
lW0 3m J, 11. JilttJNS.
II. CONGDON .& Co.,
JR. & GO'S
INTJB RISK. AND
Steam Navigation Company's
LINE OF STEAMERS.
hates, ... Commander,
Will run regularly for Kona and Kan :
Lkaves Honolulu at 4 p.m. on
Tuesday, Oct. 0
Friday, Oct. 19
Tuesday, Oct. SO
Friday, Nov. 0
Tuesday, Nov. 20
Friday, Nov. 80
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Friday, Dec. 21
AitiuvBS 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
CAMKiioN, - - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 p.m., for Nuwiliwili, Koloa, Eleele,
and Waimea, Kauai. Returning, lcaveg
Nuwiliwili every Saturday evening.
The James Alakee,
vkkkman, - . Commander.
Loavos Honolulu ovory Thursday
at 3 p.m. for Kapua and Kilauca. Re
turning, leaves Kauai every Tuesday at
4 p-m., and touching nt AVainae, both
The C. R. Bishop,
d.wis, . . . Commander.
Loavos Honolulu ovory Tuesday
nt A p.m. for Kukuihaele, Honokaa and
Pnauhaii, Roturuiii'j; arrives at Honolulu
every Sunday morn Inc.
King, - MaBtor.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lalialuaj Maa
Inea Bay, Makena, Mnliukoiia, Ka
wailme, Lnupahoblioe and Hilo.
Returning, vill touch tat all the
alovp ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
THE KABT BAIMNa
will run logularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For freight or pussagc apply to tho
Captain on board, or to
181 A. F. Cookk, Agent.
G. H. ROBERTSON,
Drayman best teams
1'elephouo No. Cfi, is
In town. '
My Elegant Assortment of liTew Goods
Selected by myolf in P.tri , bunion, and New York,
Are low Open anfl Ready for Iiisuecin
-A.iNI SAJLE, uiwl comjuiKc
Never before introiuced hero, nmong which will be foind
Entiroly Now Pattorns in
Ladies', Misses', id ChiM's Boots ai Shoes.
&- .fU3T SKK MY-t9a
Elegant Paris Made French Kid Gaiters,
Do i.ot fail to sicthc
New Styles and Colors in Irulie&' and Misses Silk,
Lisle, and Balbriggan Hose.
NEW STYLES OP LADIES' PURSES. In Peacock, Blue, Old Gold, and
Maroon Plush, &c, &c, A c.
LADIES' TOILET CASES,
Gent's Elegant Dressing Cases,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
It is not necessary for me to enumerate the many new gcols l ow
introduced by me here; but the'
Ladies are invited to call and judge for themselves,
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 1883.
s W. R. BUCHANAN,
105 & 107 . : FORT STREET, HONOLULU
"'c have received a further consignment of Messrs. Mirrlees, Watson & Co.'a
.M..W...HWIJ, ..v. jku iiuiy u jjiiuu, iunjv
One Trlppie-EfTect, on Jiandsomo
Fquaro feet of lieating surface, with
One Doublo.Eflect, having 2290
ouglne and montjus.
One bet of Four "Weston's Patent
Ono set of Two Weston's Patent
Haying Increased facilities for tho manufacture of these machines, the - Kh
Weston's.Patciit for which, In Great llritaln, 1ms expired, wo are thus en- vvffa
We have n full assortment of Centrifugal spares liuing, brashes, rubber
bands nnd hushes, etc.
Two Diagonal Engines, each 6 inch
Clarillors, Flat Coolers, 8x0x3 and
Ono spare Top Roller, for 20 indi
One spare 8Ido Roller, for 20 inch
Onn flnnrn Tnlnrmndttilf. Qm. Wl.n.t
. .,. .v..u..vmi wuvvi, ii
sic ' ..v:
M. HAGAN. -.h
ior uuuvcry a
wooden iron staging, containing 835 .w
pumping ongino and dhchaiginj: mont- "&
on e tro
square feet of heating surface, with , il
Centrifugals, uth ngiu(Hnl mixer, ' J
by 12 inch. ,
by 54 Inch mill.
by 51 inchjinlll.
r.... n 1.... Ar nn .t. ... i .m
gv riling lit .U 1UIU UV i) mill. ' ' ' V
G. V. Maefarlauo & Co.1,
b . " F , '
, - i wit
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