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TUESDAY, Al'GUST 1-'. 1SBI.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All tlmo fioin tioon of to-day, Aug. 12
sun nucs i" ys.
Moon HIscb 11 !.
High Tide Small 0 20.
High Tide Large 22 00.
WIND AXD WEATHER
ltccord horn noon of yesterday
AuaLevel. Tlieimomcter Iluln.
I in li Sili II 2li I I'll I Ifli llto 19h
4!U I .".( I 8J.IW II S9 1 70 T.T II fl.W)
Wind, X.I!., light; bky, lino; hen, cnrHilern
Sclir Ilnlunknlu from l'cpcckco
Sclir Liholiho from Wnlmeii
Stinr C It Bishop from Ilamnkua '
Stmr Mokolii from Windward' ports
Stmr Kinmi for Windward port
Stmr Planter for Windward ports
Stmr Iwnl.tui for Kauai
Sclir Kckaiiluolii for Ilannici
Stmr Lchun for Jlolokai and Muni
Sclir Kuwailani for Ivoolau
Bk Caibarien for S V
Sclir I'auahi for llanalea
VESSELS "LEAVING TO-MO RRO W.
Sclir Halcakaln for l'cpeekco
Sclir Wailqlc for Maliko
Stmr Mokolii for Windward ports
For Kahului, per Kilauea Nou,
August tl Madame Core dd
Lamond, MrsB Molteno, Mr Poster,
Mr Chisliolm, Brothers Thomas,
Francis, Andrew, Bernard, Paul,
Eward and Louis, Miss May Wal
lace, MissC L Sawyer, C II Wallace,
and 18 deck
From Ilamnkua, per stmr C It
Bishop, Aug 12 W II Purvis, I
Irvin, Mr McCorson and wife and
2 child, Mr Mcngerson, 2 Misses
Ivaupi and 43dcck
For S. F. per Bk Caibarien, Aug
12 Niss Clara Lewis, Jhou Papu.
For Windward ports, per Kinau,
Aug 12 Mrs ITorton, Mrs Mossnian,
Mi Stelling C Afong and daughter,
W A Cornwell, Paul Isinbcrg, Miss
Wodehoiisc, Mrs J G Howie, Kcv
Goodalc, J Hopkins, It W Groscr,
E It Nichols and wife, Mrs AVidclicld,
Miss Cornwell, C S Kinnersly, Rev
II Whallcy Miss Plipo and Mr Ahio
Sclir Halcnkala brought 1480 bags of
bebr Liholiho brought 310 bags of.
sugar from Wniincn.
The schooner Pauahl sailed this after
noon with a load of bricks for Ilaualel.
Stmr Mokolll brought 240 bags of
sugar, 00 hides and 32 bags of taro from
Molokal. Sbo tails tomorrow evening.
Stmr C K lUshop brought fiOl bags of
sugar and 51 bags of taro.
The bulwark at the boat landing has
been torn up Is now being rebuilt. The
old steps have been removed and a new
tier built In a different place. The old
davits for the pilot boats have been dc.
mollshcd and replaced by a new set in
a different position.
Captain Lorcnzcn of the stmr Lehua
takes command of the stmr Likellke,
and the present captain of the Llkcllku
takes the Lehua. If the Likellke arrives
In time, the change will bo made on the
The Caibarien sailed this afternon
for S F with, 0183 bags of sugar and COO
bags of rice, weighing 10G9474 lbs val
ued at $40:i.-)0.
L0GAL& GENERAL NEWS.
Stone mason wanted. Call on C.
Brewer & Co.
Honolulu Rifles have their usual
weekly drill this evening.
Dnisic Ginger, Ale from.tlic Crystal
Soda Work's. " 788 3t
Hat, towel and clothes racks very
cheap, at King Bros. 788 3t
-- . .
A iahor stock of Picture and
Cornice mouldings, new styles, at
King Bros. '788 3t
Plkxtv of fun to-night at Music
Hall. Deavcs Marionettes will pre
Pluasaxt furnished rooms to rent,
tit reasonable rates, No. 185 Fort
street. 788 -It
Tiiu Italian bark Dacca will shortly
leave St. Michaels with Portuguese
immigrants for this Port.
If you want to laugh and grow
fat, go ami sec the Imperial Mari
onettes' at Music Hull this evening.
. . . i
lti:uKNYi's second concert will be
given Friday evening. t Btjx olllco
opens to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock
Tiiu S, S. Bordeaux sailed from
Madeira July 19th with GOO Portu
guese immigrants for Honolulu. She
tinny bo looked for about the middle
II. B. M. Commissioner Major
Wolcliouse, had an audience of tho
King yesterday morning for tho rmr-
pose of delivering the answer of Her
Majesty Queen Victoria to the letter
from His Majesty, expressing his
condolences at the dentil of His
Royal Highness Prince Leopold,
Duke of Albany.
Tine Honolulu Rifles held a special
meeting Inst evening, at which it was
decided to give a grand luau to the
luemberB of the Legislature on Wed
nesday evening next.
' ' Mill
Dcavc's Imperial Mnrionettes open
to-night in Music Hall. From all
indications there is going to be a full
house. This is an entertainment
that everyone ought to sec.
Miissits Robert llalstead and
Henry Wlmrton lmve been appointed
Commissioners of Private Wnys and
Water Rights, for the district of
Diviiiexd No. 7 of the Grove
Ranch plantation is payable this
cveningat the olllco of Mr. J. II. Paty.
The plantation has paid dividends to
the amount of $52,000 forthcyear.
TiiKiti: will bo a pigeon match at
the Park next Saturday between W.
Unger of this city and II. F. Rising
of Mnui. The conditions arc, 20
birds each, 21 yards rise, California
TunitB will bo a public reception
tit the Y. M. C. A. Hall on Thurs
day evening, to the Rev. E. C.
Oggel, Pastor of tho Bethel' and Mr.
C. W. Mason, the new Secretary of
the Y. M. C. A.
By reference to our advertising
columns it will be seen that Mr. J.
A. Palmer announces himself pro
pared to collect accounts and attend
to general business. Mr. Palmer is
well known here and reliable, and
wo bespeak for him a liberal patro
Tun Organ gravely informs the
public this morning "When there is
very little doing in commercial cir
cles, there is very little to write
about in that line." Condensed
wisdom of this sort should not pass
Tiih King received tho "most un
kindest cut of all" this morning.
The Organ says thnt it is raising its
voice to help him. Well may the
Palace party pray to be delivered
from their friends, and say "what
have we done that wo should have
this certificate of bad character
palmed off on us in this fashion."
To-MOiutow morning nt 10 o'clock
at Lyons & Lcvcys salesrooms, will
be sold a large quantity of wines and
spirits, including, cases of Sherry
and Port Wine, Johnsons Stout
Claret, Madeira and Whiskey, etc.,
by order of the administrator of the
estate of F. T. Lcneham, deceased.
A special sale of household furni
ture will take place at Mr. E. P.
Adams' salesrooms to-morrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock. At 11 o'clock
will bo sold a valuable and rare col
lection of books, pamphlets, maga
zines, etc., to which we call parti
cular attention. This sale is by
order of the executors of the late B.
Is the Police Court this morning,
Arthur Hunt who is employed at the
Foundry, was charged with assist
ing his wife, to whom he was married
only three months ago. According
to the evidence he got beastly drunk,
threatened to break her jaw, and
stole her money from n trunk.
Judge Bickerton fined this monster
87 and $3.50costs and bound him in
the sum of $50 to keep peace to
wards his wife for one year.
Editoii Bulletin: As I under
stand it, the province of a newspaper
is to discuss such news, and opinions
as arc current and of general interest
to its readers, and not the merits or
demerits of individuals, excepting
as such might directly apply to the
lltiicss of a person in his special
capacity as a public man. Inasmuch
as the public aro interested only in
that part of an editor's character
which immediately affects his capa
bility of entertaning his readers, and
as readers generally aro not at all
edified by mere personal abuse for
its own sake, any personal criticisms
in such matters should bo confined
within their appropriate sphere. It
is of vastly greater importance to tho
community of readers to know that
a writer can produce for their benefit
sound and readable literature, than
to know whether or not ho keeps a
"sly bottle" in his back yard, or
whether in other respects, his former
private lifo lias not been without
hlcmish. If he drinks or lies, or
otherwise misbehaves in his private
life, the public are no more interested
in such facts than if they occured in
connection with the private life of
any other man, so long as his writings
arc not characterized by an advocacy
of such conduct. A few purient
minds always exist in every com
munity that delight in low personality
and recrimination, but their ranks,
especially in tills little town, arc
slim. To the majority of readers,
however, this kind of literature is
positively repulsive and every journal
will lose its more solid support, just
in proportion as it indulges iu it.
Occasional repartee, and competitive
personal abuse arc totally different
tilings, which neither the Editor of
the Saturday Prats nor of the Ad
vertiser seem to understand. Who
has succeeded best in their mutual
efforts to blacken each other's
private characters, it would be a
matter of difllculty to determine;
but that both have forgotten to be
gentlemen, it is easy to sec.
The game last Saturday between
the Ilonolulus and the Oceanics,
decided the championship for the
season in favor of the Oceanics.
The scries of four games has
resulted in the defeat of tho Ilono
lulus three times, and the defeat of
the Oceanics once. The season has
shown a lower score and better
pitching and catching than has ever
been seen hero before, but the field
ing is not better than the average
has been in former seasons. The
success of the Oceanics is largely
due to their pitcher, Wall, who is
something phcnominal for an
amateur, as a curved pitcher. The
clubs are quite evenly matched in
striking and base-running, with
fielding slightly in favor of the
Ilonolulus. The Married Men will
probably tukc the field next season
as a competitor for the champion
ship, with a stronger nine than they
have been able to show this season,
and we look forward to some good
The following is the full score of
5J O !H ti W
C C ft p 3 ci -i
'." f a O 5.
HONOLULU. : : a f ;
; , W m ;
F.0"at, s. s 14 0 1 0 83
D. Sharrctt, lb... 1 2 1 1 10 0 0
II. Whitney, 2 b... 0 J 0 1 2 1 -1
H. Wodchouse, c. 3 0 115 0 3
G. Wodehou?c,3b.O 4 0 0 2 0 1
J. Dowsett, r. f.. .13 0 0 0 11
G. Mnrkhain, p.... 15 0 10 7 3
F. Winter, 1. f 2 2 1110 1
E. Low, e. f 0 3 2 0 10 0
Total 9 27 5 0 27 17 10
w o r1 a 1-3 w
C 2 fS P fl -f
" iu &
oceanics. : : c S g- f f
Scott, c 2 2 2 2 8 2 5
E. D. Ualdwin, 2 b 1 4 0 1 8 3 3
AV. A. Kinney, 1 b. 1 4 0 1 11 1 1
C. W. Baldwin, c. f 0 3 2 12 0 1
E. Jones, r. f 1
110 0 0
110 0 0
0 11 15 2
0 0 10 1
0 113 3
L. A. Tliurstou, l.f. 2
W. Wall, p 0
B. Baldwin, 3 b... 2
Gartenberg, s. s... 1
.10 27 0 0 27 21 10
Buns Ilonolulus.. 3 10 0 0 0 1130
Buns Oceanics.... 2 3 3 0 0 0 2 0 010
Kims Earned Ilonolulus, 3; Oecanlcs.3.
First Uae on Balls Ilonolulus, 1;
Struck out by Markham, 2; by Wall, 7.
W. D. Alexandeii, Scorer.
KUM YAN KB 15 (Alona) having
made nn assignment of nil Ills
propcrtv lor tno Dcnem ot ins c realtors,
to C. Bolto nnd M. Green, nil persons
having claims against him are hereby
requested to present their claims at once.
Aug nl! persons inbebtcd to him are re
quested to make immediato payment to
78131 C. BOLTE.
A SMALL unfurnished Cottage, in
XX tno centre or town, hiutaiiiu lor a
Addrets "Cottage" Hulle.
I70K GF.NTIiK.MEtf ONLY. Apply
; to MRS. TURNER. 82 Kltijr Street,
nearly opposite the Windsor RoMauraut,
' QUO ly li
A DIVIDEND of Ono Dollar per
share Is payable on the shares of
tliu Hawaiian Hell Telephone Co.. at the
Secretary's Office over Hishop & Co.'s
Hank. J. F. UHOWN, Sec'y.
Honolulu, Aug. 7tlt, 1S i.
HAS JUST RECEIVED PER
A Large Mew Stock
LadlBS', Geuts & GlillQreu's
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
TO BE SOLD
CHEAP FOR CASH.
IU FORT STREET.
A Good Chance for a Live Man
ON account of hickne-, I want to sell
cut my BAGGAGE EXPRESS,
rJC-wo ,Sct llnviicRH,
Tlireo Good Hoi'ncm
I am doing a good business, but have to
leave the country on account of my
health. None but cash buyers need ap
ply. For further particulars call on O.
Iliutiiucr, corner King nnd Fort sts.
7711m P. SMITH.
Tho Best Lunch in Town,
Tea and Coffee jit All Hours
The lineal Brands of Cipai and
Tobacco, always on linnd.
AT Tilt: I'AIIK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
CSyTIio only sca-sldc resort In the
Kingdom. H. J. NOLTE,
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
All orders for cartage promptly nt.
tended to, tit the lowest rates. Also for
White nnd Ulnck Hand
in quantities to suit, at lowest prices.
8. M. CAUTElt. S. P. 011A1IAM
' S. M. 0ARTEE & 00.
RUTAII. DEAI.KI18 IN
Coal fctnd. Feed.
l-.1Lz.vy sxndL Oats,
to all paits of (ho city.
Remember, 82 Kinff street,
578 3?' And Telephone No. 187.
J. M. OAT Jr. & Co.
Dealers In all kinds of
The Latccst Foreign Papers always on
hand at the Gazette Block, Merchant
Strict ly b
ALVIN II. ItASEMANN
PAPER-RULER aud BLANK-BOOK
Book Binding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Building Merchant street
GUAVA WOOD CHARCOAL, In any
quantity, from 1 to 100 bags,
FOR SALE BY
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 8 Maunakea St.
Trees uml Saddles of nil kinds made to
order nnd repairing Harness, etc., dona
in shoit notice. All orders promptly nt
tended to. 503 ly
For Sulo or Lease,
,m, a A LARGE COMFORTABLE
ftkJ'ijKSHOUSE, cloven rooms, each
IttaSSah'Wing convenient closets, pan
try, bath room, kltchon, poultry yard,
ike. Wnlcr laid on. Four minutes
walk from Punahou College. Terms
easy. Apply to S. F. Graham, ut S. M.
Carter & CVs, 82 King st. 708 lm
Building Lots For Sale.
100 feet, or more, frontline
on Blnghiim,Dolo and Mctcnlf
streets. Also, unccn mis, iuj
feet froutngo on llcckwith fit.,
with water rights ; thickly
covered with Algaroba ticca. Terms
easy. Apply to b. F. Graham, at S. M.
Carter & Co's, 82 King St. C87 lm
Bernr Jh. Saloon
THE " TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
OK Fori SI root, (Campbell's Block.)
Low Prices Must Rule !
360 BOY'S LIKEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 76
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Qualltv ONLY $1 75
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 75
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
G cnt's Unlatimlercd White Shirt?, No. 1 quality, at $1.25; or;$12 per doz.
rarUi-cnt IStirguhiM ! Great IIui-gtiiiiM ! Ittwnt IturgniiiM i-TM
A large assortment of
Boy's Sailor llats, in all colors, only CO Cents. .
Ai rived by tho last steamer one of the Largest Invoices of
2C25 G-ENT'S HOSIERY -'ggg
Ever imported into tins Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (something new) seamless and perfect
mtlng, three-ply heels ' ,ut 05 cts nalr
Gents Supir Stout British Hose, toamless Iner doeu
Gent' Cardinal Hose, silk clocked ..!.S cts Ipnlr
Boy's PERCALE SHIRTS, bcM.'quality, nt $1.00.
Just InM lm Styles of Git's Dress Snits
A Large Assortment of
Sfcs3 Oent'N JBoocs and SSlioes, aj
Latest Styles nnd Lowest Price".
DILLIFGHAM & Co,
Importers & Dealers In Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
. Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine, ,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days!
To ninko room for n Xiarco Ntork of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, nnd San Francisco.
All stook on hand during tho next 30 days will bo sold for oash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
Aud a Lai go Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lin isro-iv &c Co.,
Just Received ex S S Mariposa,
Kegu of Spiced Flekletl HcrringM,
KegH of SoiimviI IMb'h Feel,
Swiss Clu-ese, Smoked Herrings,
Vol. Fresh Pickled ltolled RiiUer,
And u full Hue of Fresh Staple Groceries.
Island Orders solicited.
1 Lane Assortment
- KOlt SAt.U
At tho Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory, g
75, 77 and 18
(Onto :r. ,T. KOSX3.)
All orders for Wlieol.velilclcs of every doJcriptlon lllled with promptn
dispatch. First-class Mechanics employed nil tho year round.
ter FINE CA11KIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY, -rsa
Nothing too hot or loo heavy for us. TRAM OARS, O.MNII1USSES, 11LA.NTA.
TION WAGONS, MULE & OX CARTS, mado to order, altered or.remtrcd.
Our Horse Shoeing Department
Is under the Mipervislou of n1 practical man a mech'inlc second to none. Wo
have no uae for Boakini; bcaldsTorlrot tubs. All work guaranteed.
jGJiargcs moderate. WHITMAN & WRIGHT,
408 ly 75. 77 and 81 Klnc StrciiL
-Tr-fwrn tii ;
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
klnnpdy & cc.)
67 & 69 Hotel.St.
P. O. Box 237.
HAVING SOLD THIS DAY MY
INTEREST In the firm of PUN
WO, No. 72, Nutianu Street, to Alnm, "
said Alam nssumes nil liabilities and
iill collect all nccounts.
Honolulu, July 10, 1884. 7C0 lm
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Fosd Stcro,
Corner King and Nuuanu hlrects."
Frcsli Grocorlonnd Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P.O. Box 130, Tclophono 349.
75, 77 and 81