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I'llIDAY, AUGUST I, 1881.
SUN, MOON ANO SEA.
All time Iiom noon nf lo-dny, Aug. 1
Hun .Seta ?. :S.
Sun RUes 17 III.
Moon Set 1..1U 01.
fclllghTlde (laigo) 0 CO.
Hlgh Tldo (small; ; 12 00.
WISH AMI WEATIILR
Itemed itom noon of jcMcrdny
.U'','l. lli.oi..cloi llnln.
I 111 I till I '."ill 'ill I '111 I 1S1) llto llll
I JWI.Ol I 30 tM I i-UIJ I 810 77 0 7l!3 0.10
Wltut, N.i:., Mrting; Hfcy, ncii:at; Sen,
St," Lelitta from Alolokui & Muni
Sclu Mile Morris from Molokni
.Schr AVaicliu from Waialac
S p Alameda for S. F.
Stmr riantcr for Windward ports
Stmr Jns Makeo for Kauai
Schr Liholluo for Wnimea
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Hawaiian! forKoolau
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
For S. V. per Alameda, August,
1st. Mrs and Miss Austin, Mr and
Mrs W E Dean, Mrs D C Bates, E
II Clark, Miss L Bates, J D Lane,
R AV Graham, Walter Dean, E A
Brokaw and wife, A Marques, Mis
Furneaux, Rev. W F Furman, Miss
Walker, Miss A Walker, Miss Saw
yer, W L Dodge, E W Patcsson, J
M Davidson, Mr and Mrs J T Water
house, J E Wiseman, Miss Miehiels.
Master Judd, Clans Sprockets, Mr
Mr Mchrtcns and son, Mrs Hoyt,
Miss Abies, i Mrs Andrews, W Dun
bar, Miss Rhodes, S Hall, SMagnin,
Mrs .1 Dickson, W W Coons, II S
Townsend, Mrs Schrocdcr, Rev. G
Beckwith, Mrs Marchant, W Lidgatu
and wife, Mis. Braids ood and live
children, G SPatton, Miss II Dixon,
Mrs J G Dixon, J Chubon wife and
2 children, 15 Meyer, C Ncini, II
Laage, L Frouscr, A Frictas, J Mills,
W Dean, F Muting, J J Silver wife
and child, J Costa, A Cruz, B Peter,
L Howson, 15 C Mardcn, J Burke,
W S Santos, J C Chroms, J Roberts,
Mrs. D Meinecke & 2 children, J
Jaeobson, A Lawrence, G Beattir,
Mrs D M Nordbcrg.
I SHIPPING NOTES.
, The S S Alameda galled at noon. She
k 22488 bags sugar, -1010 bags rice,
iirfO'J bunclics bananas, 130 kegs ot sugar,
M bdls sugar-cane, 10112 bides, 23 bales
of skins, 2.i bxs of leacs, 10 bxs roots,
ami II bags of coffee. Total domestic
As the schooner Malolo was beating
her way from the Marine Hallway to the
other end of tho hay this morning. She
ran Into Wllder's S. S. Co's., wharf,
making a large hole lu, the shed and
displacing several of the beams. The
jlbboom of the Malolo was broken.
Schr Mile Mori is brought J50 bags of
imgar, and 2S bbls of molasses.
The Consuelo has moved to the OSS
wharf to load.
The Gen Seiglo w ill go la tho sticam
for a fews days.
Schr "Waichu brought 715 bags paddy
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tiiu present term of the Supreme
Court closes to-morrow.
A new powder raagaziue is to be
built inside the Palace grounds.
A small unfurnished cottage to
rent, situable for a young man.
Tun new item of 3000 for a clerk
in Finance office passed in the House
Mn. Wm. Dcsdau the contractor
for the now bank building, left by
Less talk and more work in the
. Assembly, will be order of tho day
5,10.") letters and 1,577 pkgs of
papers were forwarded from tho Post
Office by tho Alameda.
Tin: Alameda tool; away a cargo
valued at 8151,283. The number
of bags of sugar shipped was 22,488.
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A fink selection of Ebony and Oak
Panels, round nud oval Plaques, nt
King Bros. 778 3t
Kxciianut. is high, but our prices
arc low. Call and get prices nt King
Bros., King street.
Au. physicians agree that Poi is a
most wholcsomo food. Every family
slipuld keep a bag of Taro Flour on
hand" and innko their own Poi.
. (Jai't. Baths of tho S.S. Planter
reports a firo nt Ilonunpo last Satur
day evening about 8 o'clock in tho
- Ilonuapj Mill. It originated in 11
Tv'-'x PM i trnah nnd enrno pretty nenr
restyling in 11 conflngratlon.
Tnr. Pnclllc Mail S.S. Austrnlln
will he duo on Sunday from the
Colonies, ciiroute for Nnn I'runelHco.
Tnr liaikcntinc Discovery 13 due
cm l,y next week from the Coast. She
will piobulily hringdlx or seven days
Tun wind blew so hard yesterday,
that the schooner Rainbow bound
for Koolau, wa9 compelled to put
IlisMnjestytlicKliigniiclH. R. II.
Princess Lilluokalani were down on
the wharf to witness the depature of
Tin: largest shippers of sugar by
the Alameda ucio W. (J. Irwin &
'Co., sending 11.552 bags, Brewer
& Co., 5801, Schacfcr A. Co., 2057.
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' Thcue will be no baud concert at
Emma Square to-morrow afternoon,
the band being engaged to play at
the Makiki Base Ball Grounds.
A Ciiixamax, All Sec, was sen
tenced this morning in the Police
Court to 10 days imprisonment nnd
tjnod $50 for having opium in his
Tin: two eldest daughters of the
Hon. .1. S. Walker left by the Ala
meda, for the purpose of attending
school in Oakland. They have been
pupils at St. Albans College.
Ixciseased accomodations arc re
quired at St. Louis College for pupils,
owing to tho very successful manage
ment. A new iiie proof building is
shortly to be elected 00 ly ')2 feet.
Tin: Captain of the schooner Rain
bow was bitten on the hand a day or
two ago by a common house (ly,
causing it to .swell to twice its sie.
He has it still in a sling.
RKMi:jiui:r. tho baseball match to
morrow afternoon at the Recreation
grounds between .the Married Men
and the Oceania's. The Royal Ha
waiian Band will bo in attendance.
Accokdixg to the Friend the Rev.
Dr. and Mrs. Damon weic at. Pekiu
when last heard fiom, in good health
and enjoying themselves. They may
be expected homo some time in
The High License Liquor Law
came up yestciday afternoon, and
the first section was passed. This
obliges saloons to clpsc at 9 o'clock
Saturday night, and to remain closed
until 0 o'clock Monday morning.
"Just listen to that band," was a
frequent remark heard by the Bul
letin reporter on the wharf, previous
to the departure of the Alameda.
Yes, Ladies and Gentleman, as wc
have said before, that band is a band
to be proud of.
Dr. Smith introduced a resolution
this morning, which was carried,
that mcmbeis bo limited to five
minute speeches. This will give the
lungs of some'bf the members a
much needed rest, and materially
shorten the session.
A Jarge number of passengers left
by the S. S. Alameda. The deck of
tlie lycsscl looked like a llower
garden, .add locomotion was difficult.
As the steamer left her moorings the
the band struck up with the Star
Spangled Banner, finishing with
, Tin: exceptions and motion for a
now trial in tho caso of Keanu, the
Kohala murderer, were oven tiled
this morning, and ho will be sen
tenced to-morrow morning. Justice
is surer and swifter here in murder
cases than it is in some more en
Tiik Friend for August comes
promptly to hand, and is an exceed
ingly interesting number. It con
tains a letter from the Editor dated
May 13th, written at Amoy, China,
giving a brief account of what he lias
seen, also n short articio on Educa
tional matters, Micronesia Missions,
business prospects, etc. This num
ber is well. worthy of perusal.
Mr. E. P. Adams holds a very im
pottnnt salo to-morrow nt 10 o'clock,
consisting of the Hart Bro3. Astor
IIouso restaurant business, with
good will fixtures, furniture, billiard
tables, etc. Also tho Elito Ice
Pnrlois so well known to tho public,
and tho Blue IIouso on Nuuanu
street, a fine coffee house and bil
liard room with a good trade.
Dei-i'tt Marshal Dayton held an
inquest yestcrdnv on the both of I
Tong Kim, the Chinaman who poi- j
soncd himself. The vcidict was. j
that the deceased came to hm
dcatli by Inking poison, piobably
strychnine, taken on account of
financial difficulties. We understand
the deceased had three wives, one in
China, and two living with hlin In
Honolulu. This h nothing unusual
In Celestial circles.
Lyons & Levey will sell to-morrow
at noon, at their sales rooms,
properly situntcd in Waimanu, Ha
waii, leases, tools, machinery, im
plements, buildings, live stock, &.c.
In the evening, at 7 o'clock, at the
store of Goo Kim, Nuuanu Street,
they will hold a grand closing sale,
consisting of dres3 goods, shawls;
shirts, 'linen tablecloths, towels, &c.
The great event of tho season pro
mises to bo the appearance of this
talented lady in her parlor entertain
ment in the art of Legerdemain.
About "thirteen years ago many of
our older leaders will lemcuibcr that,
this same ladv paid a visit to the
islands, remaining about, n month,
simply astonishing " and dcljghting.
everybody by her wonderful tricks
of magic. Since then, she has visited
nearly every part of tho globe, and
is here again to present an entirely
Mr.' Frank Elliott, a very ex-'
ccllent banjoist, appears at each
performance in songs and solos, also
the well-trained dog Beauty, in spe
cialties. By pel using our advertising
columns fuller particular may 'be
obtained. We advise cveryono to
be promptly on hand when the box
office opens, anyone failing to obtain
a ticket will miss a great treat.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A RING.
The following is a composition on
the above subject written by a pupil
of the Fort Stieet School:
The gold, from which I am made,
came from the ground. I was found,
Willi some other gold near the sur
face of a mine in the foun of grains
called "gold dust," mixed with sand
and clay. I was then taken, and
washed witli water, to get all the
sand and claj' out of me. Having
gone through this process, I was
melted into the form of a brick, and
sent to the jewelers. The jeweler,"
to which I was sent, took and melted
mo over into the form of a ring. Ho
then took me, and studded my body
all over with small stones called 'dia
monds,' which wcio very pretty.
These stones wore found in Brazil, in
different forms and sizes, but when
the jeweler got them, he made them
into all the same size. "Well, after
I was all finished, 1 was put into a
little black box, lined with white
satin and placed in the window, for
the passersby to look nt. One day,
as I was enjoying the conversation of
my companions, u gentleman came
into the store, and asked tlto jeweler
to let him sec some nice diamond
rings. The jeweler said that he
would, so lie opened tho window and
took out four nice diamond rings,
among which was myself. When I
felt the jeweler take 111c up, I
thought that I should faint, for I
well new what was coming. Well,
when the gentleman had seen all tho
rings, he concluded to take me. Tho
jeweler then took and wrapped me up
in a nice piece of white paper and
gave me to the gentleman. Tho
gentleman, who bought me, took and
presented mo lo the lady, to whom
lie was engaged. I thought I should
be very lonely and have a very un
pleasant lime, with the lady, butl
was very much mistaken, for instead
of being lonely, I found plenty of
new companions amon the lady's
SMALL unfurnished Cottage, in
the centre of town, sultablu for a
young man. Address "Cottnge" Jlullc
tin Ofllce. tf
A SUIT OF FRONT BOOMS, nicely
iVpply at No. 8 Kukul
BREAK EOlt SALE.
IN GOOD ORDER NEARLY NEW,
WITH side bar attachment for
driving two horse?, lenthor dashboard,
cushioned hcutF, lazy back. Sic, pilco
?85. Enqulio W. W. DIMOND,
at J. T. Watkuiiousii Kiug St. Store.
First Class Cook
WANTS SITUATION. Steady and
sober man. Apply at tho Old
Corner Restaurant. 77fi -It
GOVKItNOU'S Ol'FIOK, IIOKO- )
lulu, Sept. 2, 188U. f
NOTICE Is licrcbyglvcn that nodelitB
contracted on behalf ot tile Ha
waiian bund will bo recognized or paid
unless ordered by the uuderlgne.l.
Jko. O. Dominis,
, Governor ot Oaliu.
HAS JUST '!' ( I i" 1 t L'j:u
I A Larsre
LaQies', GbuJs' & OMlflren's
OF i3vi:uy DEstiuirnoN.
To Merchants. Storekeepers,
and Residents. of Honolulu.
rpiIE undersigned InteiidB.lcrtviiig by
X UicMcnmPNof the 1st "of Augutl
for a short trlj) to tho Coast. All who dc
slro to send orders for articles 'or mer
chandise of any de-nription? or to trans
act business of any naltiro thetc, I will
niln...1 4 n. tin. . f..n " 1J
IIL-1IU 11. II.U J.UIIK. , - r
Ar.pij or auiir
.T. E. AVISEMAN, '
("3opni"il UiitlMn: AtfitntF
C-minJioH's Blork. 28 MiTChant'strect.
A Good Chanct Ur a Live Wan
ON account of !-icknes I want to sell
cut my BAGGAGE EXPttESS,
Two Sot IlarucsH,
I am doing a j; oil lmslncs, but have to
leave the country on account of iny
health. None I ut ca.li buyers need up
ply. For further piiiculnrs call on C.
Hummer, conn r Kin;; nut! Kort sts. '
;7Uuv l SMITH.
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
All ordcr3 for cartage promptly at
tended to, at the lowest rates. Albo for
White ami Itluck Hnml
in quantities to suit, at lowest price?.
Honuapo, Kau, Hawaii.
IS NOW OPEN for Travelers, where
First cliibb accomodation can be had
'at all Times. Tho climate of Honuapo
Is recommended for Invalids.
HOUSES AXD GUIDES
Provided for the Volcano.
I3TFor Terms, etc., See CA11DS f.t
Hotels and Streets.
J. W. SMITHIES,
073 ly Proprietor.
AIVEN If. KASBMANN
PAl'ErMlULErt ami ULAXICHOOK
lioolc Minding of all description nc.itly
and promptly evuiird.
Gazette Hulliling - Men limit stiecl
f UAVA WOOD CHARCOAL, la any
quantity, tiom 1 to 100 bag-",
FOR SALB 1JY
For Saltj or Least;,
ua A LARGE COMFORTABLE
VSfWRnoUSE, eleven rooms, each
KauljSsGtnvlugooinKnient closets, pan
try, bath room Ifltdioti, poultry yaid,
A;o. AVuter luid on. Four minutes
walk from 'Puil'dioii Colleiie. Terms
easy. Apply to S. l Graham, nt S. M.
Carter &. Co's, 82 King st 708 lm
Building Lots For Sale.
100 feet, or more, frnntnge
on Uluglmin.Dolo and Mctcalf
bticets. Alto, !1 deen lots, 10
feet frontage on Uuckwith St.,
with wutcr lights : thickly
covcrtd with Ahrnroba troes. Terms
eay. Apply to a. F. Urahuni, ntS. M.
C irter & Co'o, 8J King St. 708 lm
. Furnished Booms.
FOR GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
to MRS TURN ER, 82 Kin? Street,
neatly onno-ltu the Windsor Restaurant,
''PO LET, at tho now Building No- .18
X AlaUen'Struei, neatly opponito me
Y. M. ( A. Building.
Apply on the
THE " TEMPLE OF FASIM,"
(53 Fort Street, (Cnmpbull'M ISIock.)
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS. Best Quality ONLY $1 70
aw BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality. ONLY fl 75
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Beat Quality ONLY f I 70'
75 doz. 'Gent's Percale Shirts,' 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at$1.
Gent's Unlnuudcrtd AVliito Shirts, No. 1' quality, nt $1 25; or312 per ilozi
KTCiirent KtugaiiiH ! Grout Kiu-guiit ! i'it HurgiiiiiH !
A large assortment of
iBoyJs Sailor lljits, In till colors, '.only 50 Cents.
v Arriveilby tlio lust bteamcr one of tfie Largest Invoices of
30EJIVrJI?'S HOSIERY '
Ecifjiinported' Into this Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Sinter Stockings (something new) seamless and perfect
lltting, three-ply heels ,t 05 cl8 par
'Gent's Hupir Stout British Hose, toimlexs . i?4 per dozen
Gent's Card bud Hose, silk closlccd 25 cts pair
l!o's 1'EHCALE SII1HTS, bctjfiuallljvat 1.00.
Jost Receivefl Hiw Styles of trent's Dress Ms-
' A I.argp Assortmciu of
S3T3 5rent M Boots
- . :, " DILLINGHAM & Co. ,
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implement's,
-Sss-r ftttaff-i ' -r,-WM
j dnr-x tx-YtTsih V JLZ
Feiiuo "Wire and Staples, Kovohchc Oil a specialty.
Paints, Vavuislies, Turpentine,
Jtfouso Furnishing' Goods, Plated Ware, &c., &c.
Selling at Cost 'for 30 Days !.
To niuko rjiim fin- a liii-is Htoclj of '
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London. Xcw York, andrSan Francisco.
All stook on hand during tho noxt 30 days will bo sold for cash,
consisting in part of ,,
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
'Parlor Sots, Bedroom Sols, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Ohromos,
And a Largo Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 1 jssroAJ &c Co.
Family frocori 67 & 69 Hotel St.
.luvt Received e. S S Marlpo?a,
Cases California Mithhiooms Whittaker Starr Hams, Libby'f Pig' Feet Libbv's'i
Cooked Hams Stem's Family Cheese, Green Mountain Mavnln Svrun
Salt Water Cucumber-', Sou-cd Pig's Feet.
California Pickled Roll Dutter.
Also a full line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. Hooker's Self Ralslncr
Buckwheat I'loncr, Sperry's Gencssco Flour, Hazaid Si Co's Indian Flour
Pettyjohn's Gem, something now. Try it. '
Island Orders solicited.
A Large Assortm!
I Colored Malting
- rou cvi.it
At the Lowest Pricos
at A. 3. Clogliorn & Co's.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and IS
WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
(Into 31. .r. IIOB.E.)
All orders for Whccl.vchlclcs of every description fllled with promptness anil
dUpatch. Flrnt-class Mechanics employed all tho year round.
J- FLNE OARltlAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. ;
Nothing too hot or.loo hcaw for us. TRAM CARS, OMNIBUSSES, PLANTA.
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, made to order, altered or repaired.
Our llorso Shooing .Department ,
,Is under Uni supervision of a practical man a mechanic second to none. Tf
liavo no U30 for soaking scalds or rot tubs. All woik guaranteed.
J-Oharges moderate. WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
408 ly 75. 77 and 8i KInc Street.
Must Rule !
Etc.. Ctc. Elc.
P. O. Box 297.
HAVING SOLD THIS DAY MY.
INTEREST in tho Arm of SUN
WO,To. 72, Nuuanu Street, to Alam,
raid Alum assumes all liabilities and
will rolled all accounts.
, , , TUCK YOUNG.
Honolulu, July 10, 188-1. 700 lm
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King and Nuuanu 6trccts.
Fresh Groceries nud Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P.O. Box 130, Telephone 349,
75, 77 and 81
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