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MONDAY, ArOUST I, 188 .
SUH, MOOH AND SEA.
All (line from noon of to-day, Aug. I
Sun Sots 0 ".17.
Sun Rice ..A 17 115.
Moon Set? 10 21.
High Tide (large) 2 00.
High Tldo (inall) 14 00.
WIND AMI WCATIICIC
Itt't-oril iioin noun of vi-sli-nlay:
AtbottLovcl. Thui-iiimiietei- Itiiln.
I in I mi I i:ii in I nil isfi iito lsh
sun Jio.iK) an.w n mo 1 77 s 1 73 l 0.10
Wind, :N. I!., light; xky, i-lmlud; Sen,
Diamond Head,, Aug. I, 3 p.tn
Light N.H. wind.
S S Aiislrnliu from Australia
Stm Iwalnni from Knunl
Stm Mokolii from koolnttloa
Sclir Wniinalu from koloii
Sclir Kminn from rnntihau
S S Australia for S.tn Francisco
Stmr Lchua for Jlolokai & Maui
Stinr Kilauca IIou for Ivahului
Sclir Nettie Merrill for Lnlininn
Schr Eiiukai for Waialua
Schr Waichu for Koolau
Schr Kekauluohi for llanalei
Sclir Ivawailani for Koolau
Stmr Kinau for windward ports
Stmr Iwnlntii for Kauai
Schr Waimalu for Kolon
Sclir Manuokawai for Nawiliwili
From Maui and Hawaii, per Kinau,
Aug 2 Miss Mnlia, Miss Lcihulu'
Kapena, Master .1 W ildcr, A 15 Lo
bensteiu, J T Downey, Y II Wilkin
son, Miss Mary Lowni, .1 I) Trcgloan,
W Eassiu, A Uarnes, Miss M S Mar,
tin J M Monsarral, M D M0nsarr.1t,
wife, child and maid, 1) D Baldwin,
MT Baldwin, Miss Mary Levi, V
Jones, G Nawaakoa, and 105 deck.
From the Colonics, per Australia,
Aug J) A Hobinsonson and 3 steer
age From Kauai, per Iwalani, Aug."
Mrs Jos U Kawainui, Miss Helen
Stillman, Aug D.rcier, J W Ilnhn, It
Itobinson, AV McGowan, W Gibson,
J D Alexander, and 97 deck.
( SHIPPING NOTES.
r The Lchua hud very rough weather
on her Inst trip, no landing could be
made at Kipahulu, and on Tuesday at 4
A. M. she got onto a reef about 4 miles
from Kauuakakai. She got off almost
Immediately with probably no damage.
It is thought however that a small piece
of her shoe was taken off by the reef.
The Schr Emma hud very rough
weather on her last trip to Paauhcu, be
ing unable to land any freight there.
Her foresail was carried away and one
of her anchors let. She put into Hllo
Schr Waiinulu brought :)."," bags of
liec, 27 hides and 1t tons of dried fish.
Her liialn-mast head was sprung.
The Gen Seigle Is now ready for fcea
Sho has been thoroughly overhauled re
fustened and coppered' She will sail on
or about Wednesday next direct for Ju
liet where she will wait for the Knluna
as a tender to that vcsel She will have
a crew of 5 all told, Mr. S. G. Trask and
Melntyrc have shipped as sailors for the
down trip only.
Stmr Mokolll brought 3n2 bags of rice,
212 bags of sugar, 7 calves and 3 pigs.
She will sail 011 Wednesday next, for
Molokal, Lauai and Lalmiim.
Tho schooner Ider Sehnaucr, capt
Robertson, arrived at Kahului July 30,
from S. 1 with a general cargo. Pas
senger Dr. G. Martin.
The schooner Clans Spreckels captain
Drew arrlvod at Kahulul Aug 1 from S.
F. with a general cargo.
Capt Goodwin of the schooner Malolo
reports that shortly after leaving the
Marine Railway on Friday, the vessel
was strued by a squall from the N.E.
which nearly capsized her, and In less
than 10 seconds after she was struck by
another squall from the opposite dlrcc.
tlou which forced her against Wllder's
At St. Andrews Cathedral, by Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh, Saturday, Aug. 2nd,
1884. Alfred Bridges to Cecilia Lois
Horn, both of Honolulu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Lucas' clock stopped yesterday at
nine minutes to one.
Italian laborers arc to be im
ported to Queensland.
Wi: aim to please our customers ;
live and let live is our motto. ,
Com: round the corner and see
our little Art Gallery. Admission
free. King Bros. ' 781 3t.
A roi diet will cure dyspepsia.
Buy the Taro Flour and make your
own poi. All grocers keep it.
Tiik Lord Tiovost of Glasgow, J.
Uro Esq., was n through passenger
by tho S.S. Australia. This gentle
men met His Majesty the King in
Glasgowtit u banquet, and paid his
respects to him at the Palaco yester-day.
Hon. J. L. Knulukou Introduced
in the House this morning, a Bill to
establish an Army and Navy.
Tin: expenses of u session of the
New Zealand Parliament, which
Inslcd less than two weeks, cobt
82 1 f, 00(1.
Tiil regular meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge 21, takes place this evening at
7:30 o'clock. Visiting brethren
Tin: steam plough at Sprockets
ville lias broken down, and is now at
the Honolulu Iron Works under
'kti:k Costa, a former chief
steward of the S.S. Likclike, died
yesterday, aged 38 years. He leaves
a wife ami two children.
1i:mi:mi!i:u Madame Cora's first
entertainment takes place to-morrow
evening at Music Hall. Box office
now open at Wiseman's.
. . . . 1 - -
Tin: French Government have
fixed the indemnity to be paid by
China for the outrage on the French
troops at 850,000,000.
Now that Capt. Hayley and Lieut.
Smythc are out of a job, we would
suggest that Capt. Clunie engage
them to drill the horses at the whirligig-
Tub yacht "Restless" has been
sold privately to Jake Fisher and
others for the sum of 8300. The
new owners went out in her to Pearl
Tun P. M. S. S. Australia arrived
at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
nnd sailed again shortly after G
o'clock. She had a large number of
passenger in transit.
Junrn: Bickerton had a large audi
ence at the Police Court this morn
ing. Twenty three arrests, princi
pally for drunkenness and affray,
occupied his Honor's attention.
.. o. .... -
Tin: Honolulu Iron Works arc
making some improvements to the
machinery at Waimanalo plantation.
Mr. Young was over there on Satur
day taking measurements.
. . .
Rkau-Admiisai. J. K. E. Baird has
been appointed to succeed Rear
Admiral A. M. Lyons in command
of the Pacific Station. It will be
remembered thnt Admiral Lyons was
here a few weeks on the Swiftsure.
Tin: cholera is increasing daily in
France. Dr. Koch, a celebrated
German Doctor, pronounces the
disease to be tiiat of Asiatic Cholera,
and states he is sure it will extend
all over Europe.
Hanlan and Beach will row their
match race on the Paramatta River,
Sydney, Saturday August 10th. The
Colonists think Beach has a good
chance of winning. He may have,
but time will tell.
Probably Nakalcka is going to do
all his speech-making at the tail-end
of the session. He was talking in
the House this morning qnite vigo
rously for the indefinite postpon
ment of the gaming bill.
Mn Aubrey Robinson of Kauai,
lind the following stock arrive for
him from the Colonies by the S. S.
Australia; 1 gray stallion G years
old ; 1 black stallion 8 years, and 1
bull from Bombay 17 months old.
F. G. Bond, charged with being n
gross cheat, had his case heard in tho
Police Court this afternoon. After
bearing evidence, His Honor decided
it was beyond the jurisdiction of the
Court and committed him for trial at
September term of the Supremo
Tub Hawaiian Mission Childrens
Society met at tho residence of Mr.
P. C. Jones Jr. on Saturday evening
and had a very enjoyable time. The
usual programme was well carried
out, consisting of literary and
musical exercises. The attendance
Mr. Alfrkd Bridges was married
on Saturday last to Miss Cecilia
Horn, by the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh.
The Bulletin acknowledges the re
ceipt of a largo slice of tho wedding
Cake, and wishes the newly-married
couple a long life of hnppiness.
Isinoit Rosencranz who visited our
city, somewhat over a year ago, for
the purpose of tuning pianos, re
cently made his appearance at a
concert in Sydney ns n new violinist.
The critics informed him next morn
ing, they had any amount of amateurs
round town who could scrape better
than he did. He is probably fiddling
somewhere ol6c by this.
The medical faculty of Honolulu
has received a valuable addition, and
the community nn estimable citizen,
in the person of Dr. Bull, who came
here to view the prospect o'er by the
last trip of the Mariposa. Dr. Bull
has been six years houso surgeon in
the Bcllcvuo Hospital, New York,
nnd cornea highly recommended from
tho Empire City. He has taken Mr.
Levey's house nt Makiki and settled
down to practise his profession.
Likut. Smythc and the Mounted
Police force in Honolulu, were dis
charged this morniug by the His
Excellency the Attorney General.
Instructions have nlso been sent to
Maui to-day, foi the men there to be
nlso discharged and the horses sent
to Honolulu. Two or three men
will be retained to look after the
horses, until further action is de
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square, tills evening, nt 7.30. The
following is the programme :
Overture Berlin Life Conradl
Duct Ti oubudour Vcrdl
Chorus Bivouac Pctrella
Selection Patience Sullivan
Selection Kosslnl Godfrey
Waltz Twilight Coote
Mazurka Greetings Faust
Maluuai. Haw nil l'onol.
THE INCOMING OF A STEAMER.
The following is a composition on
the above subject written by a pupil
of the Fort Street School :
About a week ago last Sunday,. I
was down at one of my friend's
house, to spend the afternoon with
her. At half-past two, we heard the
horn blow so we all know that the
steamer was telephoned. A few
friends and myself thought we would
go down and see her come in. We
all hurried down because wo thought
we would be late. When we arrived
down to the wharf, she was out by
Diamond head, so we had to wait till
she arriVcd, about an hour. When
she was a little way out from the
wharf, wo could sec the passengers
very plainly. They all seemed very
anxious to come ashore. So we all
thought we would wait till the
steamer came in. The captain would
not allow any one go aboard till the
passengers came off. When .the
passengers came off a great crowd
of people went on board, so it was
too late for us to go aboard, so we
all went home. While we where going
home, we saw a great mauy of the
passengers riding around town. They
all seemed very tired after their long
voyage. They all came from Austra
lia. A few passengers were for
Honolulu, and tho rest where for San
Francisco. At half past five, we
heard the whistle blowing for the
passengers, and in a half an hour
afterwards the last whistle went. So
they were all on their way to San
Francisco and different parts of the
JggEg?aG. II. ROBERTSON,
rSmmL Drayman best teams
In town, uirtcc, Queen st. 15
DURING my ubsciico from this King
dom, Cecil Brown, Esq., will at
tend to all my legal business; and Mr.
L. O. Abies has special power In all
other business mutters to act for inc.
J. E. WISEMAN,
Geueral Business At;unt.
Honolulu, July U0, 1884- 777 lw
HL. GULLIXE, SHORT-HAND
WHITER, evidence at Law
Courts, &c, e.irofully reported. Lessons
given In Short-hand, for particulars
apply to Messus. Oat, Jn., & Co.
PER ORDERS from General Super
intendent, I have this day trans
fcrrcd tho Aguncv of Wells, largo it
Co. to S. M. CARTER & Co.
V. O. ASHLEY.
Honolulu, July 21, 1881. 773 U
A WOMAN TO COOK AND PER
FORM Light Houso Work In a
Family of Two, Address W. R. L. this
office. 77H lw
A8MALL unfurnished Cottage, in
the centre of town, suitable for a
young man. Address "Cottage" Mulle
tin Ollleo. if
A SUIT OF FRONT ROOMS, nicely
. furnished. Applv at No. 8 Kukul
street. 770 tf -
rgwir;-7HryrrrTi wiiinjn,niryK in
HAS JUST RECEIVED PER
A Large Mew Stock
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
firm ah tcmi n
111 FORT STREET.
To Merchants, Storekeepers,
and Residents of Honolulu.
rpHE undersigned Intends leaving by
JL the steamer of the 1st of AuguM,
for a short trip to tho Coast. All who de
sire to tend orders for articles or mer
chnndiso of any description, or to trans
act business of nny nature there, I will
attend to tho same.
Apply or address'
.1. E. WISEMAN.
(ti-iiural l!u-inc-s Agent,
Campbell's Block. S3 Meicliiint -ireet.
A Good Chance for a Live Man
ON account of sicklies?, I want to sell
cut my BAGGAGE EXPRESS,
Tm-o JSetH ITui-ncMW,
Three Good IIoi'Ncn
I am doing a good business, but have to
leave the country on account of my
health. None but ciibli buyers need np
plj. For further particulars call on C.
Hammer, corner King and Fort Ms.
774 lm P. SMITH.
(Successor to C. P. Ward J
All orders for cartage promptly at
tended to, nt the lowest rates. Also for
White unit Black Hand
in quantities to suit, at lowest prices.
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
Xo. 8 Maunakea St.
Trees and Saddles of nil kinds made to
order and repairing Harness, etc., done
in short notice. All orders promptly at
tended to. 593 ly
ALVIN II. RASEJJIANN
PAPER-RULER and BLANK-BOOK
Book Binding of nil description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Building . . Merchant street
UAVA WOOD CHARCOAL, in nny
quantity, irom 1 10 iuu uags,
FOR SALE BY
For Sale or Lease,
&Jk A LAll0K COMFORTABLE
ArjWGWHOUSE, eleven rooms, each
ftVwrjffillllvl"C''ftivpiilciit. closets, pan
try, bath room, kitchen, poultry yard,
.to. Water laid on. Four minutes
walk from 1'unahou College. Terms
easy. Apply to S. F.
Carter & Co's, 82 King
Graham, at S. M.
Building Lois For Sale.
100 fpit. ftr mnrr frnntn.'C.
ijlpon Binglinm.lDolo and Metcalf
streets. Alto, ;s deep mis, iu.
feet frontngo on Bcckwith St.,
with water rlclits ; thlcklv
covered with Alinirobn trees. Terms
easy. Apply to b. F. Graham, at S. M.
Carter & Co's, 82 King St. 708 lm
TOOK GENTLEMEN ONLY. Annly
.V to MRS. TURNER. 82 Kin? Street,
nearly opposite tho Windsor Restaurant,
'PO LET, nt the new Building No- B8
JL Alukea Street, nearly opposite the
Y. M. C- A. Building. Apply on the
piembos. 725 3m
BREAK FOR SALE.
TX GOOD ORDER NEARLY NEW,
JL WITH side bar attachment for
driving two horses, leather dnshboard,
cushioned seats, lazy bank, &c, price
85. Enquire W.W. DIMOND,
nt J. T. Watkiuioush King St. Store.
iiMfUmrnnnavi mi. r.ypwramrmunMonmiswMn
THE " TEMPLE OF FASHM,"
03 Fori, SI wot, (Campbell's Block.)
Low Prices IViust Rule !
350 BOY'S LINEN SLITS, Best Quality :...ONLY $1 75
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ..ONLY ?1 70
850 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 75
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1,
Gent's Unlaiiudercil While Shirtx, No. l quality, at $lMl; or 812 per doz.
2Tien Iturniiis ! Ureal Itui-guiii ,!ront JIiu-kiiIhm :i
A large assortment of
Boy's Snilor Hats, in all colors, only 50 Cents.
Arrived by the last steamer one of the Largest Invoices of
sns5- o-jeisTrj:'fe4 i-xosjisry sa
Evcrjiinnortcd into this Kingdom.
180 doen Gent's Sinter Stockings (something ncwseamlcsn and perfect
lining, threr-ply heeli ; ' lll .,5 ... nHi
Gent s Supir Stout British Hose, raamlon ....! per dozen
Gent's Cardinal Hoc, silk clocked .T.og "ts pair
Boy's PERCALE SHIRTS, beqiiality, at $1.00.
Jut Received New Styles ef Gent's Dress
A Large Assortment of
Grent's Boots iiiid Allocs,
LalcstJStylcs nnd Lowest Prices.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Steel Plows, k wtf8"tffMPIfflBWIIlhf)
"Vfct sv. mtT
Ets.. Etc., Eic
Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil 11 specialty.
I'uiiifs, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plulctl Ware, &c, &c.
Selling at Cost for 3(Ts!
To nuiUu room for a Lai-sc Stork of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and San Fraueisco.
All stock on hand during tho next 30 days will bo sold for oash,
consisting 111 part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OP MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sots, Bedroom Sots, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Cliromos,
And n Laige Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lni LYCAN Ac Co.
Family Grocers, - - 67 & 69 Hotel St
Just Received ex S S .Mariposa,
Cases California .Mushroom-., Willtaker Starr Hams, Libby'f Pig's Keel. Libbv's
Cooked Hams, Stooi's Family Cheese, Green Mountniii Mavnlo Svrui)
Salt Water Cucumbers, Soured Pig's Feet
California Pickled Noll Butter.
Also a full line of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. Hecker's Self Raising
Ihickwhcat Flouer, Sperry's Gencssee Flour, Hazard & Co's Indian Flour
Pettyjohn's Gem, bonicthlng new. Try It. '
Island Orders solicited. Telephone
A Large Assortment
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cloghorn & Co's.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
15, 77 and 18
WHITMAN & WRIGHT, ,
(L,uto 31. .J. ltOHK.)
All orders for Wheel. vehicles of every description lllled with promptness ami
dUpatch. First-class Mechanics employed all tho year round.
tar FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. -ti
Nothing too hot or too heavy for us. TRAM CARS, OMNIUUSSES, PL 1NTA.
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, mado to order, altered or.repalrcd.
Our Horse Shooing Department
Is under the supervision of a practical man a mechanic second to none. Wo
have no use for ttonklng fecalds or rot tubs. All work guaranteed.
-Charges iiKHlcrale. WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
408 ly 15. 77. and 81 King Street.
W unT I rJ
ssjQsmms eic. eic, Etc.
KU.NNKDT i- CC.)
P. O. Uox 297. (762
HAVING SOLD THIS DAY MY
n INTEREST In tho firm of SUN
WO. No. 72, Nuunnu Street, to Alnm,
said Alnm assumes all liabilities nnd
will collect all accounts.
Honolulu, July 10, 168-1. 700 lm
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocory and Feed Store,
Comer King nnd Nuunnu streets.
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Tolcphone 349.
75, 77 and 81