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TUESDAY, JL'hV lfi, 1884.
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SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of lo tiny, .Mily lo
.Sun .Sets " '"'
Sun Rises 1 -'
Moon Rles; 12 !
High Tide (mtdl) i 10 00.
High Tide (largo) 22 00.
WIND ANll wi:atiii:i!
Hi'i'out Irom noon of ypolpriluy:
UHcTfovul Thermometer Itiiln.
I lli'l'ni'i I Mlitl 2h 1 '.Hi I l&h II to 18U
lautf I :w.( 1 3o.wj 11 8.1 7s "i o.oo
What, X.i:., light; Hty, fair; Hon, moil
Diiunoml Head, July lo, W p.in
Ijight N.K. wind.
MVOIt MVtn VM
S. S. Mariposa for S. l-
Stmr Kinau for windward ports
Stmr Planter for windward ports
Stmr Lwalani for Kauai
Stmr C 11 Bishop for Ilamakiia
Schr Moi for Laupahochoc
Schr Malolo for Ililo
Schr Jennie for Ilanamaulu
Schr Malolo for Paukaa
Schr Kekauluohi for llanalei
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0V.
Schr Jennie Walker for S S Islands
Willard Mudgctt for Port Townscnd
For S. F. per Mariposa July 15
Major Dyer & wife, A F Cusack,
A Otto, II Ilcyinan, Mr and Mrs M
5 Grinbaum, il A Moore, S Wilcox
and wife, II J Agncw, II better,
Miss II Lachman, J V Mendonca &
wife, Mrs U II Stretch & (laughter,
Miss J A McTkyde. Dr I lagan wife
and child, A S Kclton & wife, W
McBryde, Miss L A Dickey, Mr
Segeman, 05 S Mead, Mrs J D Lane,
L 15 Tinny, R J Allen Jr., Master II
Roth, Miss L Moore, S Fornian wife
6 child, J N Goldsmith, Dr. J Brodie,
Mrs A Ilurbert & servant. Miss L
Ilurbert, W Locker, R P Finney, F
Cramer, Miss L Worcs, Mrs K G
13ucklin, M G Elmore, II Nctter,
Miss J Brown, S Erlich, W Smith
C N Obst, Mrs 13 T Canavan and
child, T Armergcr, F L Stackpole,
M. Lopes, M Finnill, L J Bland,
Capt. II Nissen, F Moss, J Finnill,
Mrs F Powers and .'5 children, J A
McMillan, G Keller, C Anderson, B
Peter, W R Campbell, J Cameron,
W C Reed, G Young, D E English,
A Ilopkinson, J Hogg, P Murphy,
G F Sparkman, II Schoning, L B
Kirr, F W Wahouse, and 4 Chinese.
For Maui and Molokai per Lchua,
July 14 A Unna and niece, M D
Monsarrat wife child and nurse, S
Philips, C Ilansmann and wife, Miss
Frances Lack, W Turner, IT Hindi
and wife and about 25 deck.
For Kahului nor Kilauea llOu,
July 14 W A Whiting, ,W OAt
water, T G Wall, Henry Lorfg, S
Macauley, Miss Carlo A Carter. G
Reidell and 20 deck. . . ,
For windwardj ports per Kinau,
July 15 Mrs C B Makee & family,
Father Leonore, A Brown S Decker,
E S Sanford, Judge Fornander, 13 C
Bond, Prof. Alexander.
S S Mariposa sailed at noon. She took
3.wo.i uags oi sugar, Juau oags oi nee,
1555 bundles of bananas, 210 hides, 200
bdls of sugar cane, 14 bxs of roots, 17
bxs of leaves 12 bxs of pine-apple etc.
Total domestic valued at 618S,:J 10.21.
Clan Grant will?,all for S. F. the latter
part of next week?,
The Klikitat will sail for Tort. Town
send probably oirtF riday next.
The W G Irwluvlll probably sail this
The sailing of the Stmr Bishop is post
poned until to-morrow noon on account
of the Captain being detained as a wit
ness In the cas- of the Crown vs Capt.
Cook et. al.
LOCAL ,& GENERAL NEWS.
Majoii Cavr Dyer and wife left by
The band gave an excellent concert
at Emma square last evening.
Mn. Hbrijcbt offers a good past
urage in Kalilii Valley at $2.50 a
Yejtkuday was the ninty-iifth An
niversary of the taking of thoBastilo
fciorghum sugar, of good flavor
,iuid qtiality, has been made recently
T,lioS. S. Mariposa sailed at 12:20
noon, taking away u large cargo and
quito (i number of passengers.
These is a prospect of a base-ball
buUch on Saturday, between the
Oceanios and Married Mens Club.
Guava wood charcoal will be sold
in any quantity from t to 100 bags,
by Frynlc Ilustaco, Quuoii street.
To-moukow stock hoi dors of
jWilders Steamship Co., will be
fyaid a dividend of four dollars at
Iho olllce of tho company.
The Barratry case cornea up for
trial to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
1042 letters, and 1081 papers,
were forwarded from the Posl-ofllcc
by the Mariposa.
TiiEitn were several Kings, etc.,
down on the wharf to witness the
departure of Ihe Mariposa.
lingland is now experiencing a
drouth, the like of which has not
occurred for more than 15 years.
Mn. Phil. Opfcrgclt will act for
Mr. II. J. Agncw during his ab
sence from the Kingdom.
lli:i: Majesty the Queen and II. R.
11. Princess Liliuokaiani intend
visiting the leper settlement at Kala
wao on Saturday.
Kamakei.i: hasn't done anything
in the Assembly so far, but present
petitions. Some of them were only
lit for the waste paper basket.
The schooner Jennie Walker leaves
for Micronesia at 1 1 a. m. to-morrow,
taking several missionaries with her.
Religious services will be held on
board, beginning at 10 o'clock.
Tin: road on Queen street, between
Alakca and Richard streets, is being
filled in by a gang of prisoners with
a view to raising it.
The Legislative Assembly did not
held a session this morning. There
not being a quorum present afc 10:15
o'clock, amotion to adjourn until
1 o'clock was carried.
Tin: written examinations at the
Royal School commenced yesterday
morning, and will continue until
Friday the 25th inst., when the
closing exercises will take place.
We understand that the man J.
Lima, of Pukoo, who was drowned
near Lahaimi last week, had left a
wife and five children. The woman
is in a bad stage of leprosy, at one
time being unable to feed herself.
Tin: race horse "Stanford Colt"
owned by Hon. J. A. Cummins, died
at the plantation, Waimanalo, last
Friday. It will be remembered he
won. the Kamehameha Plate on the
11th of June.
The Mariposa took away a cargo
valued at $188,1140.21. Messrs.
Macfarlanc & Co. were the largest
shippers of sugar, sending 8497 bags,
F. A. Schaefer and Co. next with
7792, Brewer and Co. 7553, Irwin
and Co. G7G0.
The fan in the blacksmiths depart
ment at the Honolulu Iron works
broke down yesterday morning,
necessitating the suspension of work
for several hours. All hands are at
work this morning with a bountiful
supply of wind.
Mil. M. G. Elmore,' the gas man,
left by the Mariposa. He will try
and get pipe in San Francisco, if
successful will be back here in thirty
days. It may be that he will have
to go East, if so his return will be
delayed for four or five months.
Tin: examinations at Fort street
school commenced yesterday. Pro
fessor Scott the principal, will dis
pense with the usual oral examination
and is having written ones instead,
a step to be highly approved of.
These written examination papers
will be open for anyone to inspect.
The closing exercises will take place
Thursday July 24th.
We should recommend the officer
of the Humane Society to examine
closely some of the horses driven by
Chinese express men. Some of
them are in a terrible condition and
simply unfit for work. We passed
two or three on Saturday that were
no more able to pull an express than
a ilea could bo nmdo to draw a
wheelbarrow. Such poor beasts
ought to be shot at once and their
miserable existence ended.
An Kam, a fireman on board the
Mariposa, was arrested early this
morning on the steamer's wharf
having opium in his possession. It
was found wrapped up in a stocking
in one of his insido coat pockets by
three native ppliccmen. lie was
brought up before Judge Uickcrton
and fined SI 00 with three months
imprisonment at hard labor. The
opium was confiscated to the uso of
Ik any person had been on Emma
street yesterday aftcrnooia about
4 o'clock they would have thought.
they had got into a watermelon
patch. A chinamen was driving a
wagon load of this luscious fruit
down Emma street, when the horse
suddenly took fright and started
off at a terrible rate, scattering the
melons in every direction. The team
was finally stopped near the Square,
the chinamen turned back to collect
his fruit, but found much to his
chagrin, that during his tomporarya b
sence a group of native children had
devoured them and were waiting for
another runaway of the same kind.
If you ask that celestial anything
about his horse, he will tell you
" Mne no likec, too muchec go."
THlF"NAP MD THE MAYOR.
A largo, well-developed Nap
walked into the Mayor's olllce.
"Is the Mayor in?"
"I am he."
"I came Id apply for the position
of chief of police."
"You 1 What do you know about,
"I know more than you think I do,
sir. I have associated with police
men and night-watchmen all my
"But associated alone does not fit
you for chief."
"All, sir; but I have other qualifi
cations. First, sir, I have a faculty
for lidding a policeman whencven 1
want him ; but my main qualification
is the wonderful inlluencc I have
over men in that business." Chi
The Rev. Dr. Hall saidevThey
blade of grass was a sermon, r c
next day he was amusing himself by
clipping his lawn, when a parishioner
said, "That's right, doctor, cut your
Am an who rhas tied saj'S that
all the short cuts to wealth are over
crowded. So far as we arc concerned style
is no object. Wo would just as life
walk to a cemetery as ride in a hearse.
A city clerk had just proved that
Paris green on certain kinds of pic is
entirely harmless. It is the pie
which is generally fatal.
GOOD PASTURE for
Iloitu.-iin Kalilu Valley
50 acres in one paddock
''S all fenced.- with an
lb tllilJlttlllVjlf Ui ltl.?4.
grass, a living stream of water running
through the land. Horses called for
and delivered at CO ccuts per head, if so
desired. Reasonable good cure taken of
stock but no responsibility from acci
dent. Positively none but healthy am.
nials taken. Address or enquire of
Oflice on Queen street, with Hamilton
Johnson. 7C4 tf
.URING my absence from this King
uom.Mrl'liU Oplergelt will act
for me under Power of Attorney.
II. J. AdNEW.
Honolulu, July 15, 18S4. 701 !Jt
r UAVA WOOD CHARCOAL, in any
quantity, from 1 to 100 bag,
FOR SALE BY
CUIRISTENE WAY has left my bod
ond hoard this day. I will not bo
rcoponsiblc for any debts contracted by
Iter from this date.
Mahukona, July 1), 1881. 7(W !3t
QIR, In your paper of yesterday, F
O teu a notice which states that 111
husband, Geo. Way, won't ibo responsi
ble for any debts contracted by me; as I
had left his bed and boaid.
I wish you would kindly conliadict
this statement, as I never left him
with my own frto will, but he tent me
away, and refused to have anything
more to uo wan ine.
Honolulu, July 15, 181. ?!!lf-
DENTAL ROOMS will bo closed
from date u-itll Monday. July 3l.
July 14th, 1881. 7C3 2t
Nurse Girl Wanted.
PRIVATE FAMILY, on Kauai,
wants a nurso ulrl to take charge
of a child. Good home and good
wages. Apply to .1. L. NI&LMAN,
juerciiuni strcei. uu iw
qpO LET, at the now Building No' !3S
X Alakca Street, nearly opposite the
Y. M. C- A. Building. Apply on tho
ri"! F. KENNEDY has ibis day re-
X tired from the linn of Kennedy
&, Co. Tho business will bo continued
by Ms. F. E. Lewis under the namo and
Btylo of Lewis & Co. who ossunioa all
liabilities of tho said linn.
July !1, 1881. 702 :it
A DIVIDEND of Four Dollars per
t. share will bo paid to tho stock,
holdcis of Wlltler's Sloamsjilp Co., limb
ted, on Wednesday, July 10th. 188-1, at
tho olllce of tho Company.
S. B. ROSE, Secretr.ry.
Honolulu, July 12, 18S1, 702 at
uan just KT.cnivT.n im:h
A Large fivlew Stock
OP EVERY DESCHIPTION'.
TO BE BOLD
ri a rr
111 FORT STREET.
D BVD n U a Vxa B lb u ura ki m
HO hits been foreman with tho late
W. Wcnner for nianv vcars. heirs
to infoini U many friends and the pub
lic generally, that he
Has Commenced BusinesH
on bip. owu account at
sa, OOTIOI-. yrrEKT,
near the Aslor House,
Where he is in a position to make and re-
pair every description of
Bracelets, Necklets, Pins,
Lockets, Watches,, etc., etc.
7(i;j 2w at reasonable price.
ALL ien.o'i linwn , hills against
the Foil. I . :' J ily ( cmmiltei' ni
rcqiics'i'd to present the i-tunc for
pngmenl at tho o'.hYe of A. .1. Carl,
wright, on or before Thursday, 17th
July, 1881, nt 12 noon.
By order of
700 lw COMMITTEE.
Hawaiian Bell Telephone Co.
From and after July 15th, all par.
ties wLo arc in arrears for more
than two months telephone rental
will be liable to have their connec
tion with tho Central Olllce cut off.
N. B All rentals arc due this
Company as per agreement, quarter,
ly in advance.
J. V. BROWN,
701 2w Sec. II. B. T. Co.
. A Larp
- kou pali:
At the Lowest Prices
at A. 3. CleghornPt Co's.
715 1 lm
J &!- FOR SAN FRANCISCO
OSSEsS? Tho favorito hgtne
W. G. Irwin
Turner, - Master,
Will liavo quick dispatch for tho above
port. For freight or passage apply to
V G. luwiN iS: Co., Agents.
ALV1N H. KASEMANN
PAPER-KULER and BLANK-BOOK
Book Binding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Building - - Merchant street
IOR GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
? to MRS. TURNER, 82 Kln Street,
nearly opposite tho Windsor Restaurant,
000 ly b
FOUR FINE BUILDING
iS&aKl lying betweentho premises of
Mr. B. F. Dillingham and Mcssih. Grn.
ham and Foster. Two of these lotshavu
each a frontage of 100 feet on Berelanla
Sticotanda depth of o00 feet, and twe
have each a frontage of 102. 7 feet on
Bingham Struct and a depth of 275 feet.
These four lots adjoin each other and
will ho sold either separately or as a
Apply to .1. M. MONSARRAT,
087 tf No. 27 Merchant Street.
'(- iiixz i.ii i.nr 1'iiTiM nnii iinTiiiui ii
f n.lin..) nm.lr.
li mm , mm a y
08 Fort Street, (Cainpbcll'H Block.)
M0 HOY'S LINEN SUITS, Beat Quulllv ONLY $1 75
3,-)0 BOY'S LLKttN SUITS, Best Qualilv ONLY $1 70
!150 BOY'S LINEN" SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $175
75 cloz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 prjeuffs, at $1.
G cut's Unlaundtrcd White Shirts, No.Jl quality, at $1.2 j; or;12 per doz.
tSTCiront gtav&tihtN ! tii'cai Kiirguin ! CSroal ItargahiH I-8
1 large assortment of
Boy's Sailor Huts, in all colors, only 50 Cents.
Arrhed by the hist steamer one of the Largest Iniolces of
JiC 0-12TXrJT' HOSIERY i
liver imported into this Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (something new) seamless and perfect
tilting, three-ply heels at 25 cts pair
Gent's Super Stout British Hose, Eoumlcss $1 per dozen
Gent's Cardinal Hose, silk clocked : 25 cts pair
Boy' PERCALE SHIRTS, host quality, at .$1.00.
Jnst IieceiM Hew Styles of Gent's Dress Suits
A Large Assortment of
L'Ue.it Stvles and Lowest Prices.
BILLINGHAM & Go.
Importers & Dealers in Hardvare & Agricultural Implements,
Etc., E!c, Cic
Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
Tojmnkt room Tor a I.tiL'e Stock or
New 6-oods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and San Francisco.
All stook on hand during the noxt 30 days will be sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Paatiosy OraniSj Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSICflGOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Large Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm ISTO-A.! Sc Co.
Family Grocers, - - 67 & 69 Hotel St.
Just Received ex S S Mailpo;a,
Cases California Mushrooms, "Whittaker Starr Hams, Libhy'f Pig's Feet, Libby's
Cooked Hams, Stem's Family Cheese, Green Mountain Mayplc Syrup,
Salt Water Cucumbers, Soused Pig's Feet,
California Pickled Roll Butter.
Also a full lino ol STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. Ileckcr's Self Raising
Buckwheat Floucr, Sporry's Genesseo Flour, Hazard & Co's Indian Flour
Pettyjohn's Gem, something new. Try it. '
Island Orders solicited. Telephouo
BY A LADY. A SITUATION TO
DO LIGHT House Work or lo
take care of Childicn. Address "11.11."
this olllce. 701 .It
Y a Ksprctahlo Girl (Germnn.Pro
3 tesiaut) a situation in a private
family, after August 1st, to assist in
light homework and make herself use
ful. Is a good plain cool;, ironer, ard
dressmaker, and kind to children as go.
vernt'-s. A goo'l and permanent homo
an object. Addios E. A. this olllce.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
wr: ww ....w.i 1 C
tuf it iiiivt j.j Si-w
(Xjuto 31. .T. HOSE.)
All orders for Whcebvohieles of every dosorlptlon filled with promptness auu
dispatch. First-class Mechanics employed all tho year round.
fi- EINE CAItltrAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. Ti
Nothing too hot or too hoavy for us. TRAM OARS, OMNIBUSSES, PLANTA
TION WAGONS, MULE ifcOX CARTS, made to order, altered or repaired.
Our Horse Shoeing: Department
Is under tho supervision of a practical man a meohanic second to none. Wo
have no uso for soaking 'scalds or rot tubs, All work guaranteed.
SSS-Olioreos moTlcrute. WHITMAN & WRIGHT, . t
408 ly 70. 77 and 81 King Street
Must Rtile !
Etc.. nic. Etc.
KUJiNFUY & CC.)
P. O. Box 297.
HAVING SOLD THIS DAY MY
INTEREST in tho firm of SUN
WO, No. 72, Nuuanu Street, to Alam,
said Alain assumes all liabilities and
will collect all aocounts.
Honolulu, July 10, 188-1. 760 lm
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Foed Store,
Comer King and Nnunnu streets.
Fresh Grocor'103 and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Tclephono 349.
75, 77Jand 81
& WRIGHT, ' 7
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