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WEMKKSDAY, AUG. L'7, 1S84.
SUN, MOON AHD SEA.
All time from noon of to-day, Aug. 21
Sim Sets 0 20.
Sim Rise 1" 12.
Moou Sets 11 00.
High Tide (small) 9 00.
High Tldo (largo) 21 30.
WIND AND WEATIItn
Uecoril trom noonot jcstridny:
At""l?oul. Tlininomctor llnln.
I 4)1 ' I ' Mh I liih II 2h I iili I 181i llto lflh
:totKi 1 30.10 1 :kui sis I ;s:s o.ra
Wind, S.K., llgl't; Sky, cloudy; Sea, mod.
Stnir.Jns Makec fiom Knual
Selir Katnol from Laupahoehoe
Sclir Kaplolanl from Wulannu
Slier Malplo from Kolialn.
Stmr Mokolll for MoloKal
Sclir Rainbow for Kooliiu
Bktnc Discovery for S. F.
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Sclir Kaplolanl for Wnlniinu
Scbr Mile ittoi 1 ii for Molokal
From Kauai and Walanac, per steamer
Jas Makce, August 27. Messrs Maefle,
Mr Swift, Miss CDoiln, 2 Chinese and
For S. F.. per Bklnc Dlscovciy,
August, 27. G Kavanagli, Miss F Lud
gar, JElscnbcith, F Glllmann, Mis YV
Stinr Jas Makce brought COO bags of
sugar, 70 bags of rice and 20 hides.
Sclir Kamoi brought 1783 bags of
sugar from Luupahoenoe.
The schooner Wailelc was hove down
this inoiuing to be cleaned.
The Ilk Catalina feft, Hongkong for
Honolulu, 4 days in advance ot the Cey
The Kitsap will finish discharging to
morrow morning. She' will sail for
PortTownsend to-morrow or the day
The llKtno Discoveiy sailed tills v. M.
for San Fi.mclSco with 712S bags of
sugar, 170 bags of llco and 201 bbls of
molasses. Total donicslie value, $UU087,
C3. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
That Aviny anil Navy Bill was
killed ami busied yesterday.
The Honolulu Rilles will have
their usual weekly drill this evening.
GiNGr.it Alu made at The Crystal
Soda Works takes the place of light
wines for table use. 707 3t
Friday is the seventh Anniversary
of the death of Brigham Young. A
gi-and mass for the repose of his soul
will be said at the Foreign olll'ce.
Mr. P. A. ( Dins has made an
assignment of his property to Mr. J.
Hyman. All persons having any
claims againist Dins arc requested to
present them to Hyman Bros., within
Tun Appropriation Bill finally
passed its third reading this morning,
at S3,85G,755,f0. The original bill
was S2,2C1,843.31. This is "Re
trenchment" with a vengeance.
Mr. J. R. Mori ill has been ap
pointed by the Grand Lodge of Odd
Fellows of the United States, as De
puty Grand" Sire for this district, in
place of Geo. Emmes, deceased.
To-Moitnow evening at the Ha
waiian Hotel the Royal Hawaiian
Baud will give a grand complimen
tary conceit to Rcmenyi and his
concert party. The Honolulu Rifle's
March will bo the first number on the
Meiiemea, a native employed on
the Steamer Kinau, was charged in
the Police Court this moining, with
failing to maintain and support his
wife. Judgo Bickcrton ordered him
to return and live with her and sup
port her, and pay costs.
Right Rev. the Bishop of Olba
left by the steamer Iwalani ycsteiday
for Kauai, for the purpose of ded
icating a new church at Kapaa, on
that Island. Ho will also visit other
parts of the Island,' and be gono
about thrco weeks.
Miss. Berry's School, on Alakca
' Street, will rc-open on Monday,
September 1st. A class for little
girls will bo started for sewing and
fancy work, on Tuesday and Thurs
day of each week, fiom 3 till 1.30
The Fall term of Oahu College
begins on Monday, September lfith.
Miss M. L. Spooner a graduate of
Mount Holyoko has been becured as
a teacher. Miss K. V. Hall an ex
perienced IcachcrVrom Ware, Muss.
will take charge of the Punahou Pre
paratory School. Under tho present
prinelpalship, tho Collego is in a
most satisfactory condition.
The Mutual Telephone Co's-poles,
arc receiving n coat of pnlnt.
Wc nic glad to learn that her
Majesty Queen Emma is still Improv
Tin: Library Association com
menced this morning the removal of
their furniture and books from their
old premises to the new building.
They liope to be able 'to have a por
tion of the building ready for the use
of members to-morrow.
Tin; anonymunkle who wrolo the
report of tho Board of Genealogy
and drew up the Army and Navy
Bill, (there is no doubt about both
having the same author for there aio
not two persons on the Islands who
could uashtho Qflcen's English in a
like manner,) had better go back to
school instead of aspiring to drawing
up State documents.
The local Chautauqua Literary
and Scientific Circle begin their next
year's course tho first week in Octo
ber, in the parlor of the Y. M. C. A.
Tho books, &c, will be sent for
by the steamer leaving September
1st, and any one desiring to join the
class, will please notify tho President
Miss F. M. Lack, who will be pleased
to give any information before Satur
day of this week.
REMExyi's grand farewell Concert
will be given, Saturday evening next.
It was tho intention of having some
local assistance but as one wants one
thing, and another wants another
thing, the local aspirants for fame
will be left out. A bumper house
should greet the great violinist and i
his party, for indeed they have given
us a fine scries of Concerts. Get
tickets at once, and let us have the
house filled from pit to dome. .
i - --.
At a meeting of the Honolulu Fire
Department held last evening, a
committee of nine was appointed to
investigate into the matter of Fiic
man Frank Mny, who made a demand
for money from Mr M. Pico. The
committee will leport next Thurs
day evening, September 4th.
1 O 1
Yi: stated yesterday that a row
took place at the Cosmopolitan
Saloon the previous evening. It
was tho Empire saloon were the row
and arrests took place. Our infor
mation was obtained from tho Police
station, but the mistake occurred by
tho policeman getting a littlcmixcd
up ns to the location of the two
places. AVc arc glad to make the
LAST NIGHT'S CONCERT.
Rcmenyi's fourth concert was
given at Music Hail last evening.
The audience was not so largo as on
previous occasions,, nor did it seem
to bo as enthusiastic as usual. Mr.
Luckstonc opened the programme
by playing Liszt's "Polonaise in E"
in a masterly manner, receiving a
well earned encore, to which he res
ponded with a Swedisli "Wedding
March. Miss Downing sang a Sere
nade by Gounod, which was re-demanded.
Mr. Himmer next render
ed a very pretty song by Morgan,
in excellent stylo, and was loudly
applauded. Remenyi's first number,
"Bellini's Pirata" by Ernst, was
the best thing of tho evening, and
was played as only this great artist
can play it. lie was compelled to
respond to an enthusiastic encore.
His other selections did not seem to
attract tho usual attention. Excite
ment ran high when our band boys
appeared on the stage to play a new
march composed by Remenyi. The
composition is not of a very high
character, and docs not contain
originality. The instrumentation,
which has been done by Mr. Borgcr,
is really excellent and shows how
thoroughly our bandmaster under
stands his work. Remenyi con
ducted himself, and at intervals
ceased to beat timo, showing that
ho had the utmost confidence in tho
boys. At the conclusion of the
performance, Bandmaster Berger
appeared on the stage, and qn be
half of tho Honolulu Riflc3, pre
sented Remenyi with a beautiful
iloral desicn. Tho fiddler shook
hands with tho bandmaster and em
braced him to Ilia bosdin, which act
fairly brought down the house. The
greatest praiso must bo gl'cn to the
band boys for their mosfrArccllent
playing, and also to Mr. IKjKr for
his diligent teaching. Mr.lBuck
stone accompanied throughout tho
evening in his usual artistic manner.
Remenyi's grand farowcll concert
will bo given Saturday evening.
Mehemca, refusing to maintain and
support his wife during the last
month, was ordered to return to her,
live with her, and support her.
I, for assault and battery on Le
peka, on the 2Cth Inst., was fined 80,
D. Drisco, charge, assault and
battery on Tho3. Grant, on the 2Gth
Tho3. Grant, charge, vagrancy
during last month, was remanded
until the 20th inst.
Will be given on
Saturday Evening, August 30,
MISS IIATTIE DOWNING,
' MR. ItUDOM'Il HOIMIt,
MR. ISADORA SAJCKSTONE,
Solo Pianist and Musical director.
I"2T Sfnts nn now for pair at MR.
WlaEMAN'S OUUe, on Merchants-.
Secure your seats.
MR- P. A. DIAS halug made an
assignment of lm properly to Mr.
.1. HYMAN for the benefit of his crcdl'
tors, all parties having any claims
against said Dins are lequcsted to pre.
Eent them to tho underpinned nt iho olllco
of Hyman Brothers, within thirty days
from this date.
Honolulu, August 2Qth, 1881. 781 lm
A NICE COTTAGE, fuiuisocd or un
furnished, for a single man. Ap.
ply at lhU office. 700 tf
AN OFFICE HOY. Must write a
810 3t SMITH & THURSTON.
:S. Apply to M
TMMEDIATELY. GOOD DRESS.
MAKERS. Apply to Mrs.Gascojno
corner King and Richard sts
A YOUNG MAN, 22 yean of age,
detiru3 u situation. Can do rough
work of any kind.
Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
23 Merchant St. Gen. Huslnis Ag't.
Miss Berry's School
WILL RE.OPEN MONDAY, Sept.
Ut. MI'S Berry will also open
an afternoon class Jor little ghls foi
sewing aud fancy wo k on Tiu-sdn &z
Thuisdays. from to 4 HO.
(-00 2t ALAKEA STREET.
Seasoned Alijeroba Wood.
ABOUT TWELVE CORDS of this
excellent wood for s.ilo by O.iliii
College. May Lo teen on the giouiuU
SCO lw W. U. MERRIIT.
Notice lo Consignees.
X The Am. bark " CEYLON.'
Bnrston, m ister, from Hong-'
t'knns. is now rojdy to dls.
clmi nc her catco. and con
slgnccs arj requested lo presunt their
bills of lading, pay freight, and tako
orders for tlalr goods.
C. BRtWlR & Co.,
500 lw Agen a hk CYvlon.
Ko. 8 Kii street.
Has some dried
CALIFORNIA FISH !
9 ccnta per pound.
Bucota and Skip-Jack.
7l)B 2w .
ALVIN II. UASE9IANN
PAPER-RULER and BLANICBOOK
Book Binding of nil description neatly
nnd nroinptly executed.
Gazette Building - Merchant htrcct
A .SUIT OF FRONT ROOMS, nicely
furnished. Apply at No. 8 Kukul
Btrcct. 770 tf
(f n fAy-.r
1W Wa IWViVSm.. -
(Lite of the "Old Corner." ,
UaT'latcly cqnnceted with the
Iced Drinks & the Best Cigars
will always be found on hand.
HAS JUST RECEIVED PER
A Large S3ew Stock
fl flnnnl 0. flliililnrml
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
TO HE SOLD
m n i fli
111 FOUT STREET.
Punahou Praparatory School
Fall Term, begin, on Monday,
rpHETiustco3 are happy to announce
X lliat the S-'coml tar, slnco the
miortion ut il. c icu coiuso of study,
pieinl-ts to be very Mi(.Uiv.tul. Mits
M. L. bl'OONEU, ii giaiituue of Mount
Holyoko, and for tho eai- past a mem.
her of the fceininuy Faculty, has been
secured as an Instructor at the College.
It Is expected that the new Professor
ship of Chemistry and thu Natural
Sciences will be filled early In tho year.
MISS EMMA V. HALL an cxperi
enced teacher, and for sonic years Prin
cipal of n Grammar School In Ware,
Mass , pomes from that position to take
charge of the Punahou Preparatory
Only n few new pupils can bo lcceiv
ed nt this School, and they will bd ad.
mined in ordir nl application, which
mu-t be made to REV. C. M. HYDE D.
D , or to the Pro Ident of tbo College.
C3yC.ua!ogue3 sent on application.
THE premisea known as tho Windsor
Restaurant, situated at No. Ill
King street, not Watei house's store,
will boio.built and altered to suit any
responsible parties that may need the
jsanie for business purpo:c. This pro
position will remain open for one week
G. W. LINCOLN.
Builder, 80 King st.
Aug. 22, iS31. 707 lw
TO THU IjAItlKH OF ItOXOIiUIiU
DRESS MAKKR. hiving returned,
will lo-iimi! biirlne on the 20th.
Feathers Clc mid, Dyed aud Curled in
all the Nou'ist shades.
Corner of Kins and Richard Streets.
1. OAT Jr. & Co.
Dcalurs In all kinds of
The Latest Foreign Paper always on
I fund at the Gazette Block, Merchant
Stuet ly b
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JOIIX A. lAl,MEIt
Will attend to the collection of
bills, rents, &c. K(o, accounts,
draw lecol documents. Lease and
sell property. Rent rooms, and
tiansatt general business. He will
alto attend to orders and comints- ,
bion of every sou from thu other
Islands. Palionngu bollcltid.
No. 09 Hotel Strict, Honolulu.
Telephone, 2J8. P. O. Box, 397.
Wolfe & Edwards
Qroceiy and feed Stcre,
Corner Kl ig and Nuuanu htreets.
rresh GruccricMiml Provisions received
by cvir SicaniLi
P. 0. Don 130, Telcphoiio 349.
Beaver JL. Si
Tho Best Lunch in Town,
Tea and Ooffejnit All Hours
The finest Brands of Olgars'and
' Tobacco, always on hand.
at -run r.uiK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
2Tflio only ic.i.vldo res-nrt in tho
33 Fort Strcol, (Campbell's Block.)
UoVy Prices IVIust Rule !
300 BOY'S LINEN SU1. b' Bost Quality
350 BOY'S LINEN SUHS' I5csl Quality
350 BOY'S L1NF.N SUITS, Ucst Qwa
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shjrts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
G cnt'u Unlaundercd While Shirts, 1 quality, at $1.23 j oiia per doz.
iS'Gicnt JinrsaiiiH 1 Great IWrB"iiiH ! Great Hai-gaiiiM :
A largejassor'ment of
Boy's Sailor Hals, In all colors, only 50 Cents.
Ariivcd by tho last Mcamer one of the Largest IhtoIccs of
Ever imported into this Kingdom.
180 dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (something now) seamless and perfect
fitting, three-ply heels at 25ctspair.
Gent's Supir Stout British Hojc, i oamlcss $ i j,Cr dozen
Gent's Cardinal Hose, silk clocked 2r cts pair
Boy's PERCALE SHIRTS, bestiality, at $1.00.
Jmt Receiyeil New Styles of Gent's Dress Suits
A Large Assortment of
gnS Oent's 33oot and. SSlioes, "sJSSI
Latest Styles nnd Lowest Prices.
DILLINGHAM & Co
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets.. Etc., Etc.
v.vii -it-i ; ?viaiwr -iiaA-.-.
UrXt - 'ilimiiniiTi i r
Fcntio "Wire ami Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated. Ware, &c., &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To 111 a ho l-onin l'or n I.arso Stock of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and S.in Francisco.
All stock on hand during (ho noxt 30 days will b sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KIND3 OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sots, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Large Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm JL.YO.A.IN' c Co.
(SUCCE8SOU8 TO KENNEDY A CO.)
Family (IMS, - - 67 & 69 Hotel St
Just Retcived ex S S Alameda,
Graps, Pears, Finns. Mclies, Amies ai Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins.
And n full line oi Fresh Staple ftroccricN.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Bos 297. (702
O. V. I'HEF.TH.
W. C. TUACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
ti'.i Biiiunnu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gonoral Commission Morohants,
OFFER FOR SALI3
At tlie I.oweMt Slnrkct Itatcs
a largo and well f elected stock of
the Choicest and most Favorite
&C, &!., &C,
All Goods Guarantood.
and orders filled promptly.
Tolephono 40. P. O. Box SCO.
ONLY $1 It,
ONLY .1 70
ONLY ?1 75
r-tjWAV -1V4 -., -v.
i iltCTJ Hf Vl Uif
A Lane Assortment
- KOIl SALE
At tho lowest Prices
at A. S. Clcghorn & Co's
A Good Chance for a Live Man
ON account of ficknusn, I want to sell
cut my BAGGAGE EXPRESS,
1?-vo SotH IIliVIlCHN,
Xliroo Good IIoi-hcm
I am doing a good huslness, hut havo to
lcao tho country on account of my
health. None hut cash buyers need ap
ply. For further particulars call on O.
Hammer, corner King and Fort sts.
771 lm P. SMITH.
A SMALL unfurnished Cottage, in
tho ccntro of town, suitable for a
Address "Cottngn" Bullo.
i.'. . In.
S itt...ik!i iM