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WEDNESDAY, AUG. l.'l, 1881.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
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Sun Sets C 111.
Sun JIse 17 US.
Moon RUes 11 05.
High Tide Small 10 00.
High Tldo Ijrge 23 00.
WIND AMI WEATI1E1-.
.,,- Itccoid Iroin noon of yesterdays
' AuZ'ftvel. Tl.on..o.nctcr Hal...
t 4)1 I III) I Mil II 211 I Oh I iKli llto 181i
I ja.tti ?,om I wi.tt) ms ;. o 1 7:. s II n.uo
j AVlml, N. K.t lllit ; Hky, flno s Son, moderate
Sclir Hoi) Koy from Itookut
Stmr Jas Mnkco from Kuuai
1 Schr Waimnlu from Kolon
Schr Ilalcakala for 1'cpcckco
Schr Wnilclc for Maliko
Stmr Mokolii for Windward ports
Stmr C R Bishop for Ilnmakua
Schr Ilalcakala for 1'cpcckco
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Schr Kamoi for Laupahoehoe
From Kauai and Waianac, per
Stmr Jas Makec, Aug IS Vliss
Hinds, Mrs Rice, and 10 deck.
For S. F. per Mariposa, Aug lu
Miss E Waimvright, Mrs Ferguson,
J H Hobron and family, B Samuels
Mr Snook, Wm Foster, J T Water
house Sr, Mrs J T Watcrliouse, J
Cassidy, Miss F Ilirshbcrg, J T
Brown wifo and cliild, Mrs A II
Cunha, Mr Allen, Mrs J A Hopper
and child, J Hinds Mr Mclnerny,
Mrs L Lon, Miss Donncll W II
Rice, C W Goodale, Capt Sears, II
Y Shang, Mrs J M Calvery and .child,
The Ella will probably hall tills week.
Schr Kob 15oy brought 425 bags of rice
Stmr .las Makee brouglit 1-127 bags of
sugar from Hauamaulu and 1C0 bag of
sugar from Waiinca.
The stmr O. S. Horner, which sailed
from New York for tills port, is said to
have put in to Rio Jsiucrlo June the 30,
flie having shifted her cargo.
The schooner Kaplolaiii lias been
bought by the I'aeille Navigation Co.,
ami will make regular trips to Waianae.
L0GAL& GENERAL NEWS.
Gkiimak wants situation. See adv.
Suit of rooms to let, at 150 Fort
Street. See adv.
Diuxic Ginger Ale from the Crystal
Soda Work's. 788 3t
Hat, towel and clothes racks very
cheap, at King Bros. 788 3t
Tun Palama voad is now being re
paired by Road Supervisor Hart.
A i.Aitc.K stock of Picture mid
Cornice mouldings, new styles, at
King Bros. 788 3t
Pleasant furnished rooms to rent,
at reasonable rates, No. 18a Fort
street. 788 -it
3tfu. E. P. Adams will.sell a lot of
choice poultry at his auction room
- to-morrow, at noon.
II. R. II. Pkixcess Lkelikc will
hold her usual weekly reception, to
Herk Remenyi the distinguished
violinist, was presented to His
Majesty the King this morning.
The plastering of the second story
of the now bank building is about
completed. So far it presents a very
There is a large hold in the road
at the makai corner of Nuuanu and
King streets. Lets have it tilled up,
without further delay.
Tin: Oceanic S. S. Mariposa will
leave for San Francisco on Friday,
at noon. The Post Office mail will
close at 10 o'clock, a late letter bag
will bo open until 11 o'clock.
The members of the Legislative
Assembly have received an invitation
..from the Honolulu Rifles, to attend
a litau this owning at the residence
of Capt. Aldrich, Pauoa Valley.
Remenyi's ticcond concert takes
place Friday evening. The box office
is now open at Wiseman's. It is
certain that he will be greeted with
a crowded house on tho occasion.
' Mn. O. J. McCauthv has opened
his billiard saloon, adjoining the
'' A9tor House. He is so well-known
Ju his connection with 'the "Old
Corner" that he is sure to meet with
John Lot Kaulukou has been ap
pointed a member of tho Board of
Education. We shall now probably
have classes organized in the public
schools for tho purpose of giving
itibtrticlion in the noble art of sling
ing cocktails and gin, in an artistic
We give a credit mark hIx feet
long to Road Supervisor Hart for
having covered those culvert holes
on Fort Street, between Kukui and
Tin: following gentlemen have
been appointed members of His
Majesty's I'rivy Council of State:
L. Aholo, J. K. Kauuamano, J. T.
Baker, R. II. Baker, S. N. Damon
and A. N. Tripp.
In tho Police Court this morning,
an old man named Penwe, from
Molokai, was committed to the Insane
Asylum by Judge Bickerton. Dr.
Carpenter testified that he is dan
gerous to himself and the public.
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Fihday next, August loth, is the
Emperor of China's birthday. All
the Chinese merchants in this city
will close their stores at 12 o'clock,
and a grand feast will take place on
Hiapo street, at -1 o'clock in the
Os the opposite side of the road
to the White House, on Nuuanu
Road, is a pile of lumber which has
been standing there for some time.
Several persons have tumbled over
this obstruction, but when some one
is seriously injured, of course it will
bo removed at once.
Fxi'kkssmax No. 31, was very
reckless in the way he drove into the
yard adjoining the Bay Horse Saloon
yesterday afternoon. It is fortunate
no person was coming out at the time,
or else the results might have been
serious. This practice, which is very
ficqucnt, should be stopped at once.
Minister Neumann, on Saturday
morning stultified himself beyond
redemption by voting for the rejec
tion of a bill making a further ap
propriation to the Board of Gene
alogy, afterward declaring his op
position to the bill, and finally re
cording his name in its favor on a
motion to indefinitely postpone it.
A young man employed in a store
on Fort street, who rode in on a
grey horse last evening to Engine
Co. No. 2 house, to find out where
the fire was, on finding it was a joke,
degraded himself by making use of
the most disgusting language. Look
out young man and don't repeat it,
or else wo will publish your name.
A LAnGE audience greeted Deaves
Brothers' Imperial Marionettes at
Music Hall last evening. The first
part consisted of a ministrel per
formance with some good jokes.
Then came a number of acrobatic
performances, tho best of which was
the Chinese Bell Ringers. The per
formance concluded with the laugh
able pantomime Huuipty Dumpty,
the grand transformation scene being
exceedingly pretty. They perform
again Saturday evening.
An hour and a half of the pre
scribed two hours for consideration
of the Appropriation Bill, was
occupied in a fruitless wrangle
over the item for forestry and
nurseries. The large majority of
the House was clearly in its favor
from the first, but still the tongues
of the obstructionists of' progress
wagged on till overwhelmed by n
vote of 20 to 11. That is manu
facturing history with a vengeance.
The session of tho Diocesan
Synod of the Anglican Church in
Hawaii, was brought to a close Mon
day evening. The most important
business done was the passing of a
resolution authorizing the Bishop
under certain condition "to take
whatever steps ho required for union
with the Province of New Zealand."
The Bishop presided and there were
present eight clerical and six lay
Ik the fool killer had attended the
Music Hall Monday night, he would
have reaped a rich hnrvestin the shape
of subjects of both sexes. There were
a number present, who with an utter
disregard for common decency and
tho comfort of their neighbors, kept
up a persistent talking and gigling,
throughout tho wholo performance.
Such persons nover seem to compre
hend that thoy are swindling others
out of that which they havo paid for)
and which they have tho right to
enJoy nn undisturbed opportunity to
listen to the music.
Omt morning contemporary says,
that tho piano used at the Marionette
show last evening, was not in tunc.
This is wrong, the piano icas in tunc.
It was the lardy dah dude sat on a
stool iu front of it, who didn't know
how to thump the ivories, which
worried the sensitive car of our
HOME SWEET HOME.
Last evening, precisely at half
past seven o'clock, an alarm of fire
was sounded from Engine House
No. 1. The Station House took It
up and every company turned out.
The streets were soon alive with
people and the general question wa3
"Where is the fire?" But no one
seemed to know. Some said it was
out on the plains, others that it was
at the Chinese Theatre. The correct
reporter of the Gazette who is always
right, says it was caused by the
burning of ti pile of brush on the
plains. It was simply a false alarm,
on purpose for Engine Co. No. 2 to
take possession of their house on
Union street. When once inside,
Chief Engineer Nott said the alarm
was false, they had got possession
of their house, and intended to keep
it, and would like to sec anyone take
it away from them. The Fire De
partment have placed their own
keepers in possession.
A Pennsylvania man left his wife
because she always made him enter
the house by the back door. We
naturally infer that the cook was
not particularly good looking.
Burlington Free Press.
One of the results of the panic is
the fact, cabled from London, that
several wealthy Americans abroad
will be obliged to return home
immediately. And another that
several at home will want to go
abroad. Boston Post.
The solidification of whisky is a
new invention. If the spirit is
taken in the form of cakes hereafter,
the term "liquid damnation" will
no longer apply; put the phrase
"solid comfort" will, in the minds
of some people, have received a
fresh significance. S o m c r v i 1 1 c
Love is said to be blind. This
will explain why tho young lover
never sees the bog till it is too late
to save the scat of his pantaloons.
Henry Dorc, of Rochester, was
kicked by a horse Sunday and re
ceived a brokcu leg. Now let some
body sing "Never take the horse
shoe from the Dorc" to him. The
A mule with five legs has been
born in Alabama. We shall look
for a large falling off in the popula
tion of that State within the next six
or eight years". Burlington Free
A brakeman, when the train
arrived at Yuma, where the State
Prison of Arizona is located, the
other day. announced to the pas
sengers: "Yuma! Change clothes;
ten years for refreshment."
Speaking of improvements in a
church edifice a notice reads, "Two
charming widows adorn the chancel. ' '
The types should have said "win
dows" instead of "widows." A
One of the drawbacks to the
pleasure of angling is that if you
bring home a string of which you
are proud, some envious son of
Walton is liable to insinuate that
you caught post mortem trout.
One of the reasons urged by the
advocates of tho postal delivery
system, in a small city, was that the
olllco should seek the man, not the
man the office. Burlington Free
An exchange says that tho famous
monkey of the Jardin des Plantcs
has "joined the great majority of
monkeys." Become a "dude," we
presume. New York
A SMALL unfurnished Cottage, in
the centre of town, suiiiiblo for a
young man. Address "Cottage" llullc
tin Olilce. tf
I70R GENTLEMEN' ONLY. Apply
? to MRS. TURNER. 82 Kin:' Struct,
nearly opnosito the Windsor Restaurant,
OflO ly li
A DIVIDEND or Ono Dollar per
sliaris is payabli" on the shares of
tlio Hawaiian Hell Telephone Co , at tho
Secretary's Office over lllslinn & Oo.'j
Hank. J. F. BROWN, ScV.
Honolulu, Aug. 7th, 1881. 781 tw
HAS JUST ltKCCIVI I) I'MIt
A Large Uew Stock
;i' 9, fl
0 , LFJUU
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
TO DE SOLD
riTTTi ah nrvn rum
111 FORT STREET.
A Good Chance for a Live Man
ON account of s-icltm-s I wnnt to sell
cut my BAGGAGE EXPRESS,
Two SctH HuvnoHH,
Tlirce Good IIovhok
I am doing a good business, but have to
leuc, the country on account of iny
health. None Ijiit cash buyers need ap
ply. For further particulars call on O.
Hammer, corner King and Fort sts.
77 1 lm P. SMITH.
Tho Bosl Lunoli in Town,
Tea and Coifeejit All Hours
The Illicit Brands of Cleans and
Toiiacco, always on hand.
AT THE I'AllK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
E5y"The ouly seaside resort in the
Kingdom. II. .1. NOLTE,
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
All orders for cartage promptly at.
tended to, at the lowest rates. Also for
White and lllneU Hand
in quantities to Fiiit, at lowest price.
8. Jt. CAltTEH. S. V. OllAIIAM
S. M. GARTER & 00.
Retail I)i:Ai.i:ns in
Goal and Feed.
Hay and. Oats,
to all parts of die city.
Remember, 82 Kiii street,
578 GST And Telephone No. 187.
J. ftf.OATJr. &Co.
Dealers in all kinds of
The Latecst Foreign P.ippw always on
hand at the Gazette Block, Merchant
Strict ly h
ALVIN II. KASEMANN
PAPER-KULEU and DLANICBOOK
Hook Rinding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Building - . Merchant btrett
GUAVA WOOD CIIARflOAL, in any
quantity, from 1 to 100 hags,
FOR SALE BY,
704 Queen Street.
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. H Maunakiu St.
Tree and Saddles of nil kinds mado to
order and repairing Humes?, etc., donu
in short notice. All orders promptly at
tended to. 093 ly
For Sale or Lease,
A LARGE COMFORTABLE
HOUSE, eleven rooms, each
iliivlnitcniivcnlent closets, nan-
try, bath room, kitchen, poultry yard,
&c. Water laid on. Four minutes
walk from Piinihou CoIIoro, Terms
easy. A pply to S. F. Graham, nt S. M.
Carter & Uo's, 82 King st. 708 lm
Building Lots For Sale.
?& iuo icei, or more, ironiage
sSiWFj&on Biii'diamDolo and Mctcalf
Streets. Also, !) deep lots, 10j
feet frontage on Bcckwlth St.,
with wuier riirlits ; thickly
covered with Algiroun noes. Terms
ca.y. A'iplytob. P. Graham, at S. M.
Carter & Co's, 82 King St. 087 lm
Beaver a. Saloon
flMiHTtim mm if iaaiMfttMmaiiirii i aiii
THE " TEMPLE
OS Fori Street, (Campbell's Block.)
Low Prices Musi Rule !
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 76
3D0 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 75
300 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 Uiilaunilerid While Shirts, No. 1 quality, ut $1,255 or.912 per doz.
ESTGrent ltargalns I Urent ltiu'guin ! tlvvnt Itnigniiut IT&J
A large assortment of
Boy's Sailor Hats, in all colors, only GO Cents.
Arrived by the last steamer one of the Largest InToices of 1
SS G-ENT'S HOSIEBY -S 'i
Ever Imported into Una Kingdom. 1
180 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (something new) seamless and perfect .J
fitting, thrcr-nly heels l ..ut oj ct, ,ntr v it
Gunt'8 Supir Stout British lloin. n.imlp r "5iLalr, 3
Gent's Cardinal Hose, silk clocked
Boy's PERCALE SHIRTS,
.Illfit RfiPfiitffiN MRW fitvlnO
uum nuuuiruu iix uijlUO
A Large Assortment of
Scs3 Oent'. JBoots and SSIioew,
Latest Styles and Lowest Prices.
DILLINGHAM & Co,
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements, .
15.. Etc., Etc.
Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods,
Selling at Cost
To make room for
New Goods to
From London, New York, and San Francisco.
All stock on hand during tho next 30 days will bo sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OP MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sots, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Ohromos,
.uu i. i.mjju vuru-iy
Just Received ex
KcgH of Spiced Pickled HerringH,
KeirK of Soused IMir'M 3w
vnm. riKwi i-icuiou lEniicil itattur, '
And a full Hue ot'VrcMh Staple Groceries.
island urdcra solicited. Telephone
A Larp Assortment
- ron sam:
At tho Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Go's.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and 18
All orders for Wheel-vehicles of every dosqrlptlon filled with promptness an
dispatch. First-class Jlcchanlcs employed all tho year round.
ST FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. -
Nothing too hot or too heavy for ui. TRAM OARS, OMNIDUSSES. PLANTA.
TION WAGONS. MULE &-OX CARTS, made to order, altered orVpnlrcdr
Our Horse Shooing Department
Is under tho supervision of ulprnctiral
nave no use ior soaicmg scaiu;orerot tuns,
yXJJ wiiuitius muwuuiii;.
?1 JILT UUfA'N
lit-dtjualiiy, nl $1.00
25 els pair ,J
nf P.mit'fJ niwtm flriitn -'
Ul Uulll D WOOD 0U11D v
Etc.. Lie. Elc
Plated Ware, &e., &c.
for 30 Days ! -1
a liitru HtocU or
01 rancy uoous. yt "
KKNNKDV & CC.) V
67 & 69 Hotel St. -1
8 S Jlarlposa, " J
No. 210. p. o. Box 207.
TTAVIISff! KflT.Tk rpirto rv.xr nt.
wn JN1IlSST ln tl10 "mi 'of'KUN jj
iV ii """wanu street, to Alam,
said Alam assumes all liabilities and
will collect all accounts.
.. . . . . TUCK YOUNG.
Honolulu, July 10, 1381. 7CQ im
fllff D. B-J . $
viu c cat. enwame -
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King and Nuuanu streets.
Fresh Grocerioinud Provision received
hy every Steamer.
P.O. Cox 130, Tolcphono 349.
75, 77 and 81 S
& WRIGHT, . J
man u mecliiuic Bccond to none; WoVJ
All work guaranteed. -,
WHITMAN & WRIGHT.
75. 77 and 81 King Street.
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