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SATl'HDAY, Al'G. 2, 1881.
Stmr Llkellko from Knliiilul
Stmr T.uliusi fioin Wlndwiud ports
Sehr Nettle Moiilll from Laliulua
Sehr Klitikni from Wulalua
Sclir Wnlelni from Kooluu
Sehr Mile Morris from Molokal
Sclir Wnlmrriu from Koloa
Stmr Klnau from Windward ports
VESSELS LEAVIHC OH MONDAY
Stmr Llkellko for Knlmlul
Stmr Lehun for Wlntlw.iiil port
Schr KiiiilU-aoull for Kiikulau
Sclir Luka for Kukalau
Sclir Ehiiknl for Wulalua
Sclir Wuliimiu for IColoa t
Schr Mnuuokiiwnl for Koolau
Schr Kekaiiluolil for Haiialcl
Schr Halcakala for Pepeckco
Schr "W'nlchu for Koolau
Schr ltob Hoy for Kooluu
Stmr Kllauea 'Hon for Windward poits
For WlmlpoitA, per tnir Plnutcr,
Aug 22 Liming anil wife, MIs Lalnc.
O 11 Itobeitson, .1 MoiHiirrat, Mrs XV II
Heed, Mrs L A Thurston, E Smith, M
Hutch, A llaiber, II 1 Kahauumil.
From Kahului, per btmr Likelke, Aiijj
23 Pico, wife and son, M .1 McLean, .1
K Hanuna, lion S O Wilder, wife and
daughter, G P Wilder, MUs Lamb, G
llltson, Bros Kdward and llcrnard, . A
Palmer, AUarnes, Mls Armstrong, .1
llyman. If Alexander, W F Johnson,
Master Petcron, -1 Pake and 01 deck.
From Windward ports, per Klnau,
Aug 23. Thco 11 Davis and 2 ehllcien'
L Severance, .1 Ersscnutb, F L Leslie,
Miss Brewer, J N Wright, C Nobley, F
P Hustings, Miss F Ladgate, Mr J Stub
blebeen, F Gllniau, L J Hlslicl, II .It
Smyth, Mr. I Clarke and 2 cblldien,
Miss N Daniels.
Stmr Leliua brought 2332 bags of
The schooner Anna. eapt. McCulloch,
sailed from Kahului Aug. 23, for San
F.iancisco with 5311 bags oi sugar, weigh
ing 7OU00 bbls and 2UU bides; valveUat
831450. Passetigcrs It Sutherland and
The schooner Hosario, eapt Swift,
sailed from Kahului Aug. 22, for San
rFanelsco with 37()1 bagsol sugar, weigh
ing .11)0114 lbs; valued at 823U0U.
The schooner Ana, dipt. Medilloeh,
arrived at Kahului Aug. 17th, uouiS.ni
Frauclsco In ballast.
The schooner Hosario, dipt Swift, ar
rived at Kahului Aug. 17, from Sau
Francisco with a geneial e.irgo.
The Stmr Klnau brought 7ll b.igs of
sugar, 41 heads of cattle, 3 horses, 33
hides, 0 bdU of goat skins, 105 pkgs
LOCALS CENERAL HEWS.
Tin: Ornitliorliynclius has left
Tin: cholera is slightly decreasing
The Band will play at Emma
Square next Monday evening.
Rev. Mr. Oggel will preach at the
Bethel morning and evening.
Tin: ship El Dorado hailed from
Newcastle, N. S. W.f July 8th. for
Tin: bark C. 0. Whitmorc sailed
from Port Blakcly, August 13th,
Tin: Duke of Wellington, dropped
dead at Brighton, England, August
13th. He was 77 years old.
Tin: Legislative Assembly will not
be prorogued until next Saturday,
GiNOi:u Am made at The Crystal
Soda Works takes the place of light
wines for table use. 71)7 3t
II. B. M. S. Constance left yester
day afternoon, shortly after three
.o'clock, for Kauai.
Tun Chinaman, Ong Clung, ar
rested yesterday by Capt Mehrtens
for smoking opium, was sentenced
this morning to one month's imprison
ment at hard labor; and to pay a fine
Minister Gibson has recently sent
for an experienced veterinary sur
geon. The gentleman will arrive
very shoitly, and is a brother of Dr.
J. Brodie, Fort street. He will
come highly recommended.
In the icport of Thursday's pro
ceedings of the Assembly Mr. Dole's
motion for a historical painting was
erroneously stated to be for S 10,000
instead of 81,000, and for 'ancient
costumes" it was put 'ancient
At Remenyi's fourth conceit nest
Tuesday o veiling, the Royal Ha
waiian Band will play a now March
composed by Mr. Rcmenyi, and de
dicated to the Honolulu Rifles. It
is said to bo a fine composition and
the composer will conduct it.
' Mb. 13. W. Tucker was patriotic
enough to attend tho session of the
Legislature lat cvcnjng, and some
one was unpatriotic enough to steal
ins horac. If tho pcrsou who took
' tho horso will call round at Wilder's
store, Mr. T. will give- him n bag of
oats which ho has on hnwfl, and will
also rcwaid liim for Ills trouble.
At the meeting of the stockholders
of the Pain Plantation, the following
officers wcic elected for the ensuing
year: President, II. P. Haldwinj
Vice President, S. T. Alexander j
Treasurer, E. M. Walsh; Auditor,
P. C. Jones; Secretary, J. M, Alex
ander. From a private letter written on
board the whaler Josephine in the
Arctic Ocean and received by the
Alameda, we learn that the weather
this season is warmer than last sea
son, and more wjiales have been
seen than during the past ten years.
Tin: Organs funeral procession
yesterday in honor of the oppo
sition, is well gotten up. It illus
trates the best ability of its editor,
who is of a trilling class of mind.
When it comes to anything like
honest, serious 'discussion, our con
temporary shows its hollowncss.
James G. lllaine has brought n
libel suit against tho Indianapolis
Sentinel. Damages arc laid at$30.000
The paper has stated in an editorial,
that lllaine had seduced his present
wife in Kentucky and then lied to
Maine, where the young woman and
her father followed him, and he mar
ried her at the point of u shotgun.
The Daily Alta Calfornia of Au
gust 9th suggests "that a contract
be made with the Hawaiian govern
ment to allow all the lepers found in
California who cannot be otherwise
disposed of to be sent to its leper
settlement at Molokai. This would
avoid the establishment of a leper
colony in California and at the same
time rid us of our lepers in a perfect
legal way. It would not be dilllcult
to devise means to make the lepers
consent to this transportation as a
choice of evils."
The Daily Hawaiian has got con
siderably mixed up about the Fehl-hehr-Hart
affair. The truth of it is,
that Hart had no business to go up
that gangway at all when told not
to by a police olllccr. Capt. Fehl
behr was on duty, and told to keep
people from going aboard until the
passengers were landed. The only
thing to be regretted is, that Fchl
belir did finally allow Hart to go
aboard. Hart would have been wiser
to have omitted the use of bad lan
guage, especially as a number of
ladies were on the wharf. It looks
to us very much as if the eye wit
ness of the Hawaiian was cock
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square, this afternoon at 4 :30. Tho
following is the programme :
Overture Strupglo for Fortune Suppc
Cavntlna Giurainento Sanolll
.Selection Parislna Donizetti
Waltz A Maid of Kent, (new)
Minuet Hebe, (new) IJluincniluil
Galop Carillon, (new) Leulner
The American Congress has de
voted fifteen thousand dollars to the
encouragement of silk culture.
ENOS Sc CO.
No. 8 King street,
rs-:i3A.ii Tixja isitiucx:.
Has conic dried
CALIFORNIA FISH !
9 cents per pound.
Bacotu and Skip-Jack.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING of
th Stockholders of tlio PAIA
PLANTATION, held at the olllce of the
Company, in Paiii, JIaul. on Augost 21,
the following olllccr.4 wore elected for
the dialling year:
Phcsl'-ent II. P. Baldwin,
Vicc.Pio-lileat....,S. T. Alexander.
Treniuiqr 13. M. Walnh'
Auditor P. O. Jones,
Secntary J. M. Alexander.
J. Jf. ALEXANDER.
A YOUNG MAN, 22 years of age,
detliui a situation. O.m do rough
woik of any kind.
Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
23 Merclmnt St. Ueu. Husimsj Ag't.
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Dcalars In all kinds of
Tho Lateest Foreign Paper always on
hand at tho Gazette Blocks Mcroliaul
Street ll' h
Health ofll. M. Queen Emn
Bulletin No. 1G.
Saturday, 8 a. m. Queen com
fortablo and improving, less dis
turbed than expected by the noise of
the whistk'3 and bells. f$
Robert McKmniK, M.D.
Bulletin No. 17.
3 r. si, Queen still going on im
proving. ItomuiT McKiiidik, M.D.
Axotiiuu large house greeted He
nicnyi lust evening. Ilis playing
brought down the limine as usual,
and he was the recipient of some
magnificent lloral offerings. Our
sweet voiced baritone was unable to
appear, which caused bitter disap
pointment, when Mr. Touchstone an
nounced tho fact. However Mr.
Ilinimcr supplied his place.
Engine Oomnany No. J.
rptlE REGULAR Monthly D!tIf,L
JL wl'l tuko plniio o i Siiu.d.y After,
no in August 2 lid, ut ! :!;o o'clock ulinrp.
A full attendance of member Is re
nucMud. GEORGE II. I-'ASSETT,
707 2t Foreman.
Punahou Praparalcy School
Fall Tji'iii, belii' nn Monday,
Sc t nit ( i lotli.
rpiIE Trustee are hnppj to announce
X that the d-'uitiU )u:r ei !., mo
adoption 1 the no i-ouise of Mud),
p cml cs lo liu ury meoivsful. Jli's
d. L. HPOUNEU, a grailuaie of M.nuit
llolyo'ie, mill lor (Uu yea.s past u mi'iii.
her of the Suniutiy 1'iiculiy, bn leen
secured a an in.tiuelor nt the College.
It is ciccted that the nsw Pnfustor
sliip of ChciiiUtry mul ihe Nituial
Sclcncci "ill be 111 led uiuly in the year.
MISS EMMA V. HALL nn exncrl.
enccd tc.ichur. and for pome year Pi in.
elp.il of a Gimum r Sulioi 1 In W'uic,
Mius-, conies lioui that position to tuko
chiirgc of the Puliation Piepnmtory
Only it few new pupils can be rcceiv.
rd nt thW SuIkhiI, mul ihuy will In- ail
mi tied in order of nppllctlin-i. whi h
mu t bu made to 113V. O. M. HYDIi D.
D , or to the Pro id -ut if the fi.ilicg,-.
"Catalogues hc it on applicition.
A SPECIAL MBETiNG of the Slmrc
r. holdus i f iho lliwaiiim Cnniug.;
.Mig Compuny, limited, "ill bu held at
their olllce, No. in Queen street, on
Wedne diy, AtiL'iist 2Jtn. t 10 ".in.
u. u. auiiu.i.v.N,
797 3t Sjoniaiy.
NO ! ICE.
rnilE prcmica known a Ihe Windsor
JL Ku.tuur.iiit, si lU IU lit .Nil. .11
King strei-t. ne.st Wnturlio idu's toie,
will be le built a d ultoi-ol t ult any
tesponsiblu pirtics tlmt may ti'.'ed t.io
ame for btiblnei- purpo.-o . '1 his pro
position will lcmulu open lor or.o wiek
G. W. LINCOLN.
Builder, 6i King st.
Aug. 22, 189-1. 797lw
to Tin: IjAdikm r noxoiiUM
DHESSUAKHS. liiNing relumed,
will 10 unie bu-ine-son tbu'J.'iili.
Fcitlieib Cleiuid, Lyul una Called in
all tlie iiiswist flu les.
Coiner of Kin and nielrir 1 Streets.
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JOHN A. I'ALIIXEIE
Will attend to the collection of
blllc, rents, &c. Kio1) account',
draw legal documents. Litse and
sell property. Bent rooms, and
transact general liii(-lncs. Hi will
nl.o attend to orders mid coiiinii
stons of every son front, tlin other
l;l;uul?. Patio uigc solicited.
No. 09 Ho el fctriot, Ilinnlulii.
Telephone, 2JS. P. O. llov, 397.
WoJffe &, Edwards
Grocery and Fe3d Stora,
Corner King and Nuuntiu stteets.
Fresh Groccrioiand Provisions received
Uv every Steamer.
P.O. Box 130. Telephone 349.
Tho Best Lunch in Town',
Tea and Coffee at All Hours
The flnel Bran 's ol Cleats and
ToUaci o, nlwavs on hand.
AT THE PAItK
IS OIEN EVERY DAY.
t3J"TI o on y S'i-s'.do ie.ort In Ihe
K.ugdoni. II. J.N LTK,
Bearer k Saloou
c. j. McCarthy.
(Lite of tl.e "Old Corner.")
CSTlatcly connected with the
Iced Drinks & tho Best Cigars
will always be found on hand.
HAS JUST RECEIVED PER
rge New Stock
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
TO BE SOLD
111 FOKT STRLEr.
''p IE Undc-jlgncd i'toprietor of the
PKHESR 5WA1I OANDV FAKORY
dcsl 'es t ) inform his p itions. and tlio pub
he j-eiik.'i.ui) tliut nouvitliM:ui ling the
r ft ut liln.vVt i.Ols h 1UE, luiM-m-ieU
A NEW FACTORY and BAKERY,
On a tnut'It more Extensive Sc.ilc which
U now in 1'ui.i. Oi'KitATiox, and which
will Le lu eompluie working order by an
Early Ai rival of now Machinery and
Tools and is now again prepaied to
CHOICEST PURE CANDIES
and will always have nn hand his deli
cious Fmli Jlulo
VANILLA CHOCOLATE CREAMS,
RICH NUGAT IN BARS,
SUGAR ROASTED ALMONDS,
CREAM CANDIES of great vnilety OIT
Gum Drops, and Gum Fruit
Of nil ilccili'linne. All those Home
Made Fiesh and Pu c Conlecilons, I tell
at SO cents I'KU l'OU D. ,
RICH WEDDING CAKE
Of th Finest Flavor, in all vW.cs always
on liund mid orna muted in the
mo,t ar.iailo ttyle.
1WCI1VOJS 3PI3HIS !
always f e-h. as aho
Home Made Mince Meat
for sale at T.O cents per pound.
Will receive per fonsuclo the balance
of in now machine y ol the newe.-t de.
signs lor iiiiinuliu tuiing nil descriptions
of iilalu ( andiis; il.miklni; the nubile
for nrelo.is liicial pulrnuage and so.
Helling a eotuinuaiice of same.
Pir.clle.il Ccnfectionor and P.tsfy Cook.
Tin: old hiA.Ni). 71 Hotel street
P. O. Box No. 75;. . . ..Telephono No. 7
(Successor to C. P. Ward.)
AM oi den for laitngc ptomptly at
tc ut' d to, at tin! lowest iiitcs. Also for
1'lrc Wooit, .
While raid Illurit Hanil
In quantities to -uii, at lowest prices.
S. M. CAl.Tl.il. S. V, OltAIIAM
S. M, 0AHTEE & 00.
Hl.TAII. DEAI.EllS IN
Coal and. Feed.
lay antl Oats,
to all pints of dio city.
Hcmcuibcr, 82 King street,
Hl-i CSTAml 'I'elepliono No. 187.
ALVIN JI. KASEMANN
PAI'LlUtULllU mil 1ILANK-UOOK
Iloolc Uludlng of all description neatly
anil roniptly i.ecuted.
Uazullu Ui.lldiiig . Mi njluuit street
THE " TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
03 Fort Street, (Campbell's Block.)
Low Prices Must Rule !
3i70 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONIA' ?1 75
350 HOY'S LINI-N SUITS, Best Quality ONLY $1 70
3o0 BOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY .,! 70
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
G ent's Unlaundcrcd White Shirt, No. 1 quality, at $1.23; orJ12 per do,
raC'CS lent ViU'KuiitH ! Great Itiu-guinM ! Great IlnrgaiiiM !-
A large astortment of
Boy's Sailor Hats, in all colors, only 50 Cents.
Arrived by the last steamer one of tho Largest Invoices of
S 3-ETVrX,'S HOSIERY Si
Ever imported Into tins Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (80010111103 new) seamless and perfect
titling. Uirte-ply htels ut 23 cts pair
O.'iit'sSttpir Stout Iliiti-Ti Hoe, to unless 1 per dozen
Ucnt'ii Cardlmil Ikse, silk clocked 25 cts pair
Hoj's PKUCALK SHIRTS, bestVpiallly, at $1.00.
Just RecBivBfl New Styles of Geit's Dress Suits
A I.!rgc Assortment of
53 3 oh.!- 33oot and. Slioe.s, 4-3
Latest Styles and Lowest Prices.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els.. Clc, Etc.
Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnish ins Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To uiako room for n ImrKC Htock of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and San Francisco.
All stock on hand during tho next 30 days will bo sold for cash,
consisting m part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sots, Bedroom Sels, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Large Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm 3LYO-AJV Sc Co.
Just Received ex S S Alamcdn,
Grapes, Pears, -Pins. "Peaches, Amies ni Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins.
And n lull line ol FcchIi Staple (Srocericx.
Island Orders bollclted. Teleplirfnc Xo. 240. P. O. IJo. 297. (702
(I. U. rilEKTII.
W. C. l'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
HONOLULU, n. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gonoral Commission Morchanls,
OFFER FOH SALE
At tlio IiiHWHt Market I(hoh
a large mid well telected stock of
the Choicest 1 ml mail Faorito
&.C., S.c, &c.,
' AH Goods Guarantood.
and orders filled promptly.
Telephono 40. P. O; box UC0.
I mo um.
tie., Etc., Elc.
KENNEDY & CO.)
. . R7 J. RQ Untol Ct
UI Ut-UJ nuiui ui.
A Lane Assortment
- KOIl BAM
At tho Lowest Prices
at A. S. Clcghorn & Co's.
A Good Chance for a Live Man
ON .account of slcknesi, I want to sell
cut my BAGGAGE EXPRESS,
rJCvo AVufifOiiw, ,
Xvvo 8otN IlnrncNH,
IMirco Good IIorNOH
I nm doing a good husluess, but havo to
Icavo tho country on account of mv
health. None but cash buyers need an-
plv. 1- or further particulars call on 0.
r particulars call 0
Kinc and Fort sts.
Hammer, corner i
ABM ALL unfurnished Cottage, In
the centra of town, suitable for a
young man. Address "CoUn;e"Bullo.
tin uiuec, ,,tft .11