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THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 1881.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time irotn noon of in day, Aug. 1 1
SuuSi'tv o :io.
Sun lllses 1" ;8
Moon Klscs 12 W.
High Tide Small 11 00.
High Tide Large 24 00.
WIND ASO WKATIIER
lteconl trom noon of yesterday:
I in I tilt I '.!l 21i I (Hi I 18h
."i.7 r.u trt !w.m il ms 1 7" s 71 o
Wind, i:. X. I!., IIkIU! Sly, rltwUj; ben,
Uktnc Kitsap from 1'ort Townseiid
Stmr Likollko from Wiiidwiucl ports
SelirWnioli from Harm
SclirMnttti from Paukan
Schr Rob Koy from Ewa
Schr Lcahi from Koholnlclc
Schr Ksunoi for Laupahochoc
S S Mariposa for S F
Stmr Jus Mnkcu for Kauai
Schr Mana for Hononui .
Schr Rob Ro3 for Koolaua
From AViwlwartl ports, per btamcr
Likclikc, Augl-i. W G Irwin, II
Macfarlanc and Capt Ross.
For S. F. per Mariposa, Aug 15
Miss E Wainwriglit, Mrs Ferguson,
J H Hobron and family, B Samuels
Mr Snook, Wm Foster, J T Watcr
liouso Sr, Mrs J T Watcrhousc, J
Cassidy, Miss F Ilirshbcrg, J T
Brown wife and child, Mrs A II
Cunlia, Mr Allen, Mrs J A Hopper
and child, J Hinds Mr Mclncrny,
Mrs L Lonr, Miss Donncll W II
Rice, C W Goodalu, Capt Scars, II
Y Shang, Mrs J MCalvcryand child,
R Nunes, II Mclntyre, G Mclntyrc,
Miss E C Hinds, Miss M Henshaw,
C B Wells.
Stmr Llkellke brought 000 bags of
sugar. She sails this evening at 5 olock
for Mahukoua only.
Schr Waiinalu brought 100 bags of
paddy and rice.
The Discovery ha moved to Allen
aud Bobineon's wharf to discharge some
i' Schr Rob Koy brought -InO bags of
rice from Ewa.
Schr Mana brought 010 bags of sugar.
Tho Bktnc Kitsap, Capt Robinson, ar
rived thl'' morning 27 daya from Port
Townsend with, 703075 feet of rough
lumber, 1J8107 feet of dressed lumber.
151000 shingles and 5 spars. She has a
deck load ot -100000 feet of lumber which
extended 12 feet above the deck. Had
light winds throught the entile passage.
Passed tho S. S. Alaincda and the Aus
tralia bound for San Francisco. She Is
consigned to llnckfeld & Co., and Is dis
charging at the Esplanade.
Sclir Leahl brought 1G00 bags of sugar.
Schr Wnioll brought 000 dags of sugjr.
L0GAL& GENERAL NEWS.
Hat, towel and clothes racks very
cheap, tit King Bros. 78S 3t
Tin: Palama road is now being re
paired by Road Supervisor Hart..
A i.augi: stock of Picture and
Cornice mouldings, new styles, at
King Bros. 788 3t
Pluasant furnished rooms to rent,
at reasonable rates, No. 185 Fort
street. 788 -It
To-day is tho seventh anniversary
of the arrival of the Likclikc in the
Tin: item of S 1 8,000 for the King's
new stables, passed in the House this
Miss Brccse's next social, takes
place to-morrow evening at her
rooms on Nuuanu Valley.
Tiik schooner Kapiolani, of Barra
try fame, bus been bought by the
Pacific Navigation Company.
In the Assembly ycsteulay, on
motion of Mr. Dole, it was voted to
sell the Mounted Police property.
His Ex. Paul Neumann and the
Hon. Curtis P. Iatikca, have been
appointed members of the Board of
Mn. A. J. Crtrtwrlght leaves by
the Likclikc this afternoon for Ha
waii. This gentleman has never left
this Island since 1852.
A young married woman, native
of tho Azores, wants to do any kind
of domestic work by tho day. Sco
RcunMBCit tho reception at the Y.
M. C. A. Hall this evening to
Rev. Mr. Oggel and Mr. C. S. Mason.
7 All friends of the Bethel and Y. M.
C. A arc cordially iuvlted to attend.
Fiiom Mr. A. J. Caitwright, agent
oY the Equitable Lifo Assurance
Society, we have received a copy of
the Equitable Gazette. It Is beauti
fully illustrated, and contains a con
siderable amount of Interesting read
ing matter. The financial position
of this company is A. 1.
Tickivts aio selling rapidly for
Rcinenyi's second concert to-morrow
evening. A crowded bouse will
greet the great violinist,
In tho House this morning, a
Select Committee nas appointed to
wait upon His Majesty, to inform him
that the Assembly would be ready to
be prorogued Saturday, August 23d.
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John Akinn, ox-Mounted Policeman
was charged in the Police Court this
morning with assaulting several per
sons with a gun. IllsJIIonor (hied
him S20 and sent him to prison for a
term of six months. An appeal to
the Supremo Court was noted.
That Chinese Secret Society on
Berctnnia Street had another grand
procession this morning. It formed
at their Hall and consisted of about
thtity or forty Chinese and Kanaka
boys, carrying Hags, weapons and
other un-namoablc things, after which
came a large sedan-like chair covered
with red cloth, made to contain the
joss, and carried by six men. The
rear of this impossing procession was
brought up by tho orchestra in an
express. Arriving at tno Chinese
Theatre where the joss had been tem
porarily placed since Monday, a
short ceremony took place, and then
Joss was taken down, placed com
fortably in the sedan chair and taken
back to his final resting place in the
Wednesday, August 13.
J. Downey, forfeited Sd bail for
Win. Dunford, for drunkenness
was remanded until the 14th inst.
Kaiina, for an affray on the 12th
inst., was fined 85.
Pcnuwe, an insane person, was
committed to the Insane Asylum,
until released by proper authority.
The man who considers that the
home-duties of a woman are inferior
to the political work of man must be
cither a bachelor or blind. Tho
very highest qualities of tho heart
and intellect may be exercised by a
mother, a sister, or an older
daughter, in watching over the
physical, mental, and moral growth
of the children in her care. Heroic
patience, a vigilance that never tires,
an adaptation of means to the end,
a carcjul study of individual traits,
a keen psychological insight, may
find ample room for exercise within
the four walls even a humble homo.
There is at the present day a
strong tendency to undervalue the
past, and to sever our connection
with it. With all our words of
adulation, wc seldom give our heart's
reverence to the thoughts and lives
ef the good and great that have
possed from among us. While we
perpetuate their names and merits
in print or in marble, wc forget to
perpetuate their best results in
thought or in work by loyally
carrying it on to a still higher plane.
To accept hartily and thankfully all
the treasures of love, of wisdom,
and of labour that our friends have
bequeathed to us, and to build upon
them tho best structures wc arc
capable of creating this is the best
way of truly honouring and cherish
ing their mamory.
Interest in aur work for its own
sake is a cultivatablc quality. We
all possess it in some degree, aud
we may all increase it if we will.
Children may be accustomed at a
very early ago to take pleasure in
the success of their own efforts,
quite apart from any personal good
they may derive from it. Tho careful
observe of child-naturo will notice
that this is a natural delight, and is
deadened and diminished only by
the growth of selfish considerations.
If caro is taken to make work as
congenial as possible, to prevent its
being excessive and exhausting,
and to sympathise with and
encourage tho natural joy of
success, thero is no reason why it
should ever decrease. The youth
who enters upon a wcll-choscn Hfc-
cmployment with this power of
happiness and also with the power
of self-government has eacry reason
to hope that his work may be
successful snd his lifo valuable and
It is the part of an indiscreet and
troublesome ambition to caro too
much about- famo, about what the
world says of us; to bo always
looking into the faces of others for
approval ; to bo always anxious for
tho effect of what wo do and say ;
to bo always shouting to hear tho
echo of our own voices. If you
look about you, you will seo men
who arc wearing life away in fovcrls1
anxiety of fame, and the last wo
shall over hear of them will bo tho
funeral-bell that tolls them to their
AVc should not forgot that a pre
judiced mind may bo au honest one
indeed prejudiced people tiro
generally sincere and earnest. Their
chief fault is a sort of mcnral blind
ness or distorted vision ; and this is
rather a disease than n sin, and they
are far more likely to bo cured of it
by gentle pursuasivc measures, or
by "simple tacit toleration, than by
violent or aggressive argument.
Good health is catching, and all
arc benefited by contact with healthy
people. Ill-health is also catching,
and tho most healthy person Is
depressed by long contact with tho
O WMB M Wl !
BY A YOUNG married woman native
or Azores. No children willing to
doanv kind of domestic woik bj the
day, or wllUtay tiltigcthor If her hit.
band Is taken ulnu with Iter to do llgni
work. Terms vert' icnonnMe. Apply
M.A. O 'NSvLVU&iftUo
07 Hotel at. 71)01 w
(Litu of the "Old Corner.")
jSSTlatcly connect 'd with the
Iced Drinks & the Best Cigars
will alwnvi lie found mi hand.
rpllK Undt'i.-lgncd I'tuprU-lor of tilt.
PIONEER STEAM GAM FACTORY
desires to inform his patrons and the pub
lie generally that notwithstanding thn
recent DISASTHOUS FIHE, has erected
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a ranch more Extensive Scale which
is now in Puu. Orr.n.viio.v, and which
will be iu complulo working older by an
Early Ariivnl of now Machinery and
Toolt; and is now again prrpaicd to
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always have on hand his deli
cious Fresh Made
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
RICH NUGAT IN BARS,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great variety OKT
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of all descriptions. All tlinso H'miu
Mado Fresh and Pun Con feet Ions, I .-ell
at SO cents PER POUXD.
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of the Finest Flavor, in nil sUe always
on hand and ornamented in the
most artistic style.
ahrnjs fiesh, at abo
Home Made Mince Meat
for sale at .'j0 cents per pound.
Will receive per C'onsuelo the lialmve
of my new machine y of the ncwo-t do.
signs tor iiiatitifattuiinjr nil dc-ciifitloiij
of plain Candles; thanking tliu public
for nieious libeial patiiiiiat;c mid so.
Molting a continuance of sainc.
Practical Confectioner and Pastry Cook.
Tin: ot.D fiTA.m 71 Hotel street
P. O. no No. 75; Telephono No. 74
THE WINDSOR RESTAURANT,
II. Cavcnagh, a Propnotor.
MEALS 4&Zs 3IKAI.S
Cook'dtoord'r.a-32:;:iU all hour
Oysters, Celery, Salmon, and Fruit
Received by every steamer.
G. II. ROBERTSON,
Drayman best teams
towcn.nl Utile, Queen st. 15
TO LET, at the new liulldiiiK No- 88
Alakea Street, nenrlv onnnslto the
Y. M. C- A. Hulldlng. Apply on tho
premises. 7?." Dm
A SMALL unfurnished Cottage, in
the centro of town, suitable for u
Address "Cottage" llullu.
I 7011 GV.NTLr.ML'N' ONLY. Apply
to MRS. TURN ER. &2 Kill.' Sneet,
neatly opposlto Hie Windsor Restaniaut,
t)0 ly 1 1
A DIVIDEND of One Dollui per
ii sharo is pnyiiuk' on tho slpires of
tlio Hawallau Hell Telephone Co, nt the
Secretary's Olllco over HUlinn & Co.'"
Hani:. J, F. HH0WN.S o'v.
Honolulu, Aug. 7tlt, 1881. 781 lw
HAS JUSsT RECniVKD PER
A Large Mew Stock
LafliBS', GBiits" & CliilQren's
OF IJVERY DESCRIPTION.
TO BE SOLD
ri a rn
lit FORT STREET.
A Good Chance for a Live Man
ON account of .-lckne-", I want to sell
cut my UA.GOAOE EXPRESS,
ITwo SoIn IlfirncMS,
Xlii'oe Good IIorKCH
I nm (loin; a gno.l btulnct.!), hut hao to
le.nc the country on account of my
health. Nono but cash buyers need tip
pl. For further particulars call on C.
Hummer, comir Kini; and Fort sis.
l1 fiat i
The Best Lunch in Town,
Tea and Ooffee jit All Hours
The tinest Uramls of Clirnrh and
Tobacco, always on liand
AT T11K PAKK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
t!37Tlio only seaside resort in the
Kingdom. II. .1. NOLTE,
(Successor (o C. P. Ward.)
All oidcrs for (urtngo promptly at.
tended to, at the lowest latcs. Also for
Wliltr nml ISIark Sand
in quantities to mlt, at lowet prices.
. M. CAHTUltv S. 1'. nilAIIAM
S. M. CARTER & 00.
Ri.taii. 1)iui.i:ks IN
Goal 'ctiid Feed.
I lay unci Oats,
to nil pans of the city.
Remember, 853 Kiiij? street,
573 rer.nd Telephone No. 187.
J. Wa.OATJr. &Co.
Dealers In nil kinds of
The Lateest Fo'clan P.ipcri always on
band at tho Gi:cttc Block, Merchant
Strict ly b
ALVIN II. 11ASEMANN
PAPER-RU..BR .ml HLANK-BOOK
Rook BlniUng of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Giucttc liiillding Iiieliant street
r UA.VA V(-On CHARCOAL, In any
quantity, trom I to 100 liug4,
FOR SALC BY
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
Ticcsnnil Saddles of all l;iiuls nmdo to
order nnd rcpiiiiinx Ilitrneso, etc., donu
iu bhoi l notice. All oiders promptly nt
tended to. 01)3 ly
For Sale or Lease,
TpJjWllIOUSl!;, eleven roomt, each
Gsu&Stahivlngciiiivenleut closets, pan
try, bath loom kitchen, poultry yard,
&c. 'Water la'd on. Four niluules
walk from Punihott Collcsc. Terms
easy. A pply to S. F. Uralimn, at S. M.
Cuter &. Co's, 82 King st. 708 lm
Building Lois For Sale.
, 100 fett, or more, frontajre
pWpon niiniliam,l)iloiind Mctcalf
tgpp Street)-. Alto, ildcen lots, 10;
lv leet frontaw on llcckw Hit iil,,
-- Wlh waler ilRhts ; thickly
coveted with Altrtrohi Iiouh, Tctnis
ea y. A piy to h. v. urntiain, at h. m
Cuter tfe CoV, 8." Kin g at.
THE " TEMPLE'
C3 Fort Street, (Cimipboll's Block.)
Low Prices Must Rule !.
aw BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Bt Quality ONLY $1 75
350 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY ?1 75
3C0 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 Unlaitndercd White Shirts, No. 1 quality, at $1.25; or 81-2 per doz.
3Crent HtirtfuiiiH I CJrcnt Kmi;iiiiiH ! iivvui IJiuruIiim I'Xeflt
A large assortment of
Boy's Sailor Hats, in all colors, only 50 Cents. '
Arrived by the last steamer one of the Largest InTo!ce3 of
Rvcr Imported Into tins Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (something now) seamless and perfect
fitting, three-ply htyjs m '; C8 nr
Gent's Supir Stout BiitUh Ho i so unlets f per dozen
Gent's Cardinal Hose, silk clocked 25 ott pair
BoyN PLROALE SHIRTS, beU.-quallty, at $1.00.
'Just Recelvea New Styles
A Large Assortment of
gCS3 GentV 33oots ana Slioe,
Latest Styles and Lowest Prices.
DILLINGHAM & Co,
Importers & Dealers In Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Eta., Elc, Etc
yittgyp Etc.. e.c
Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes. Tiirneiirhio.
House Furnishing Goods,
Selling at Cost
To mnko room ror a
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From Loudon, New York, and San Francisco.
All stook on hand during tho noxt 30 days will bo sold for cash
conshtlng in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars, lj
-..., .u wiu ui J1UB1U UUUJJ3. jSfV"
Parlor Sots, Bedroom Sets, Centro Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engraviigs, Chronios,'
And a Largo Variety
iti 1 1 1 ri 1 11
Korn of .Spiced Pickled HerrinjjH,
Kegs of Sotised Vig'n i-'eot,
Swins Cheese, .Smoked IIcrihiN,
nl. Fresh Pickled It oiled Kntlcr
And a i'nll line of Freli Staple (.rocericH.
iBinntl uruerssoiiciteu. Tclcpliono
A Large Assortment
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At tho Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's.
Pioneer Carriage Manufactory,
75, 77 and IS
(Lati) M. .T. ROSE.)
All orders for Whccl.vchicles of every description llllcd with promptncssumfi
iltgnntnh. Plrat-filnss Mnelinnlos cmnfovml nil thn v..nr rnimrl -ii
SST FINE CARRIAGE WORK A SPECIALTY. - '
NotlnnK too hot or too heavy for u. TRAM CARS, OMNIBUSSES. PLANTA.-
TION WAGONS, JIULK & OX CARTS, miulu to onler, altered oP repalrcdl '
Our Horse Shoeing Department , .,,, ,
In under the hupcrvlslou of impractical man a meclnnlo second to noris. Wo
have no u?o for soaking scaldorjrot tuba. All work guaranteed. H
JSJOhargc3 moderate. ' WHITMAN & WRIGHT, ,
403 ly 7B. 77 and 81 Klnjr Street, J
ef Gent's Dress Suits
""Y" TiirTPiiaTTfatMii initL f'in
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, j. 7
Plated Ware, &c, &c.
for 30 Days M
Ij.irsc Stock or
of Fancy Goods.
LYOA3V iSc Co
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67 & 69 Hfltfil Sf..
ox S S Mariposa,
No. 210. P. O. Hox 297,
HAVING SOLI) THIS DAY MY,
INTEREST iu the llrm of SUN V
WO, No. 72, Nttunnu Street, to Atom,
paid Atom assumes nil liabilities nnd ,r
will collect all accounts. 1
, , , , TUC1C YOUNG.
Honolulu, July 10, 1881. 7C0 lm '
Wolfe & Edwards 4
Grocery and Feed Store, ")
Corner Klnc nnd Nuuanu Kiu.i.i...
Fresh Grocoriound Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Tclcpliono 340.lu
75, 77 and 81
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