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THHI'SIUY, AUG. 28, 1881.
SUN, MOOil AND SEA.
All lliuu from noon of to-iluy, A?ig.2S
Sun Set? I! It).
Sun Rises 1" -W.
Moon Sots U '15.
High Tide (small) 10 00.
High Tido (largo) 21 00.
WINIl AXtl WUATIICK
lleuml liritu norm of yeMerituy
Atnh"ii'u'l. Thermometer Itnlti.
I 'ill" I lil'i I 2'li2h (Hi I lli litn lrtli
no.ifl I stun stun it ras I "as ''- II tun
Wind, culm; Sl;y, riMMcnst; Sen, smoiitli.
Ilk Catiillna from HoiigUo'ig
Jlktne V II Dlniond fiom b !'
Schr Waloli from Nana
nl for Waiatiai
Schr lvnpiolanl for Walanae
Sclir Mile .Morris for Molnkul
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stun .ras Jlakee for Kauai
Jlktne Kitsap for Poit Tinviwend
From San Francico per JJkttit! W 11
Dlniond, Aug 23 Mr.- 1C W Lalne, LA
Seott, Mater K Lalne. Mim M Ilrown,
Miss L Start, A La Hero, T L Miller, S
L Desha. Cept W Reynolds.
" siTlPPINC NOTES.
The Jlktne W 11 Dlmond eapt. Ilould
lett arrived thN niornlng 1 I'tv days from
San Francisco with 7 linrxe, I!20 .ks of
Hour, SlOlsdM of bran, 77"skj of barley,
:t IS sk of oat, 220 bales of hay, MO sks
of salts, 11112 fk of hone meal, Hill bids
of salmon, 231 telegraph poles 303 bbis
of lime 2(1000 brleks etc. Shci" dl-eharg-lug
near the fish market.
The stmr .las Makec will sail Friday
at 10 A. M. for K'aual calling at Walauac
and Walalua, Oahu, both ways. Jte
tiirnlng on Vedne-day will leave Wala
lua at ft A. M. and Walanae at 8 A. M.
This Ilk Catallna, Capt. Williams, ar
rived till- A. M. 00 days from Hongkong
with a cargo of CIiIhcmo good. She
sighted thu S. S. City of Mo .lauerio
August 10, eastward bound.
Tins Schr Matolo made her last trip to
Kohala and return, in :i days and 21
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Fur.xmnir. for sale and cottage to
rent on Kinma Street. Sec adv.
An-risrb', materials, pine and ebony
easels, at King Bros. 802 3t
Lyons & Levey will hold their
regular Cash sale to-morrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock.
BiiiMHNO operations have already
commenced on the scene of the late
lire on Nuuanu Street.
Tin: house and premises, known
as the Lemon homestead, at Wulklki,
arc to let. Sec advertisement.
Juncr. Bickcrtou's calendar was a
light one this morning. Only one
drunk, and two remanded cases.
ltKiiusvi's grand farewell concert
at Music Hall, Saturday evening.
Box pl.in i3 now open at Wisemans.
A veiiy small audience attended
the Ministrcl and Marionette per
formance last evening at Music
Tin: attention of members of
Protection Hook and Ladder, No.
1, is called, to a notice in another
Tools were sold at the Casino last
evening, on the two-mile dash, set
down for decision on Saturday at
II. It. II. Priucess Liliuokalani and
party, will leave by the steamer
James Makec, to-morrow, for a trip
That beautiful lloral design .pre
sented to ltciucnyi on Tuesday even
ing, was made by Mr. W. G. Wood
at Lycan & Co's.
Tin: Immigration depot grounds
need cleaning A horse has been
let in there, and made the place in a
terribly dirty condition.
That "colossal" shark story of
the "'iiscr's this morning, is not bad
as n product of a heated imagina
tion. Tin: Itov. Alexander Mackintosh
leaves by the stmr. James Makee, to
morrow morning, for a trip to Ka
lian, Kauai. He will return about
the middle of next week.
On Saturday next, at Kapiolani
Park, under tho auspices of the Ha
waiian Jockey Club, a two-mile dash
will take place between Miles Bros.'
Langford Jr. and C. A. Bailey's
A pile of lumber was left on the
.sidewalk lasC evening, near the en
trance to tho Knglibh Church on Bir
. retania Street, Several person's camo
pretty near stumbling over it.
The Str Jtuncs Makec, will here
after leave Honolulu every Friday nt
10 a. m. She will touch at AVnlalttn,
to accomodate the residents there.
Tin: co-partnership heretofore exist
ing between O. Iiitliiig and Chas.
Smith, has been mutually dissolved.
Mr. Smith continues the business and
assumes all liabilities.
It is quite common to hear people
croak that they cannot get good
Manilla cigars. You may be sure
they have not been to Marcliants for
any of his new invoice. 802 3t
Wi: learn that three of the Sisters
of Charity at Wailuktt, are indis
posed, one seriously so. It is to be
hoped that these noble ladies will
soon be fully restored to health.
Lorr) of fun on the bark Catallna
which arrived this morning. Two
monkeys on board. They have pro
bably been imported by the author
of the Genealogical report to illus
trate the Darwinain thcoiy.
It is expected that the new build
ing for St Louis College, will not be
completed much before November
1st. From the large number of ap
plications received, the future of this
school looks exceedingly bright.
Tin: Honolulu Rillcs had a splen
did drill last evening. The attend
ance was not so large as usual.
Kight new names for membership
were posted up, and will be acted
upon at the next meeting.
His Excellency R. M. Daggett,
United States Minister Resident, and
Monsieur Henri Fecr, French Com
missioner, paid a visit, this morning,
to II. B. M. S. Constance, and were
received with the customary honors.
Tin: Organ anounces this morning
that a "desperate struggle took place
last evening between a boat and a
shark". It is the ilrst time we ever
heard of a fighting boat. We fully
expected to sec that boat found in
side of Mr. Shark, but were disap
pointed. - .
Tin: fire department will shortly
order G000 feet more of hose pipe.
By-thc-by, the Pacific Hose Co.
admit taking out their carriage with
out any hose, but did not go to the
scene of the fire without. They
wrapped the hose on the reel, outside
of their own building. Try and do
better next time, boys.
Wi: have been shown this day at
the store of Mr. M. Mclnerny, tho
neatest Lawn Tennis Shoe, for both
ladies and gentlemen that wc have
ever seen. Persons needing such
will do well to make an early call
and secure their sizes. Just the
thing for out-door or garden work.
A foot race, distance 100 yards for
$20 a side, took place last evening on
Hotel Street between Fort and Ala
kea Streets, between Jacob Sims and
Jim Brown. The distance was meas
ured by W. T, Monsarratt in gallant
style, causing much amusement
among the crowd assembled. Jim
got done Brown, for Sims won by
O.v Tuesday . afternoon last, an
accident took place on the I'alolo
road, which has ended fatally. David
Adams, son of Isaac Adams of the
Niu Stock Uancli, was riding home
on the top of a lumber wagon, in a
slighly intoxicated condition. A gust
of wind blew his hat off, and in try
ing to regain it, ho fell from the
wagon, the wheels passing over his
chest. Medical assistance was ob
tained, but the unfortunate man died
last evening, from the injuries re
ceived. Whim: a crew of the Honolulu
Yacht and Boat Club were out prac
tising in the harbor last evening,
when near the spar buoy, they were
attacked by a largo shark. Mr. C.
B. Wilson, one of the crew, har
pooned the monster, and he was
finally towed to the boat landing near
Brewer's wharf. A large number
of people took a look at thu monster,
and this morning, he was cut up,
when part of a horse was found in
side of him, probably part of one of
the Mounted Police horses which wa9
recently towed out and shot in tho
L --T S. I
True merit, like a river, the dee
per it is, the less noise It makes.
BASE BALL CHAMPION BAT,
The Oceanic Base-Ball Club was
presented Tuesday morning with a
Championship Bat, by Mr. T. G.
Thrum of this city. Tho bat Is a
miniature one, made of ash, nicely
polished, and a little over a foot
long. At the bottom Is a small
silver plate with the following in
scription on it, "Champion Bat,
1881. Presented to the Champion
Club of Honolulu, by T. G.
Thrum." The engraving was done
gratuitously by Herring & Co., and
the bat tastefully decorated with
colored ribbons by Miss K. Sachs.
Farewell Concert !
Will be given on
'Saturday Evening, August 30,
MISS HATTIK JMWXIXG,
MR. 'KUDblil'II imoittnc,
Jilt. ISAlMmU' LUfJKS'J'OJiM.
Solo Pianist and Music.il director.
lEST" Seat are now fo- nle at Mil.
WISEMAN'S Offlce, on Merchant St.
Secure yoir sett-.
"Tll- 1. A. MAS having made an
111 assignment of lm property to Mr.
.1. IIYMAN for the bcncllt of his credi
tors, all parties having any claims
against tald Diiis aie leqiiesled to pre.
sent them to the undersigned at tho olllco
ofllyinnn llrotlicrs, within thirty days
from this date.
Honolulu, August 20th, 1SSI. 781 lm
AN OFI'ICE BOY.' Must write u
6t0 t)t SMITH & THURSTON.
TMMEDIATELY, GOOD DllESS
X MAKERS. Apply to Mrs. Gaseoyno
corner King and Jticl anl Ms. 70!) lit
A YOUNG MAN, 'J2 years of age,
XJL UeMres a situut.oi
Can do rouirh
work of any kind.
Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
23 Merchant St. Ojii. I5usinc3s Ag't.
aiiss "Burry's School
WILL KE.OPEX .MONDAY, Sept.
1st. MI'S Horry u ill also open
an afternoon class .o little gills for
sewing and fancy uorl; on Tuesdays As
Thuistlays, fr m to ! tiO.
800 2t ALAKEA STREET.
Seasoned Altjeroba Wood.
AllOUT TWELVE CORDS of this
excellent wood for sale by Oahu
College. May lie teen on the grounds
800 lw W. U. MERRHT.
Notice to Consignees.
The Am. bark " CEYLON',',
I'iirslon, m istur, irom iiong
Uonc, is now re.tdy to ills.
chin ire her camo. and con.
slgnees nm requested to present their
bills of lading, pay freight, and take
orders for their goods.
C. HHKWEK &. Co.,
500 lw Agents bk Ceylon.
ENOS -&: CO.
No. 8 King sticct,
XKAIl TIIJ-J Itltl13 13,
Has omo dried
CALIFORNIA FISH !
t) cents per pound.
Bucotti and Skip-Jack.
ALVIN II. RASEMANN
PAPER-BULER and BLANK-HOOK
Hook Hlndlng of all description neatly
nnil nronintlv executed,
Gazette Ilulldlng Merchant street
"T'lQ 1 v
A SUIT OF FltONT ROOMS, nicely
furnished. Apply at No. 8 Kukul
street. 770 tf
c. j. McCarthy
(Lite of the "Old Corner."!
CSTlatcly conflicted with the
Iced Drinks & the Best Cigars
will n'wavs be found on hand.
Frank Gertz .
HAS JUST KECEIVJQD PER
A Large Sew Stock
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
TO HE iOLD
Ill FORT STREET.
Punahou Preparatory School
I'lill Term, I e rlii. on Monday,
fJMIETnuieei" H'c Inppj lo tniin.iiiie
X that the ."cct.ntl jeiir, Miici- the
udopt'on of til. new course of Mudy,
pieiuLes to he vorv successful. Mits
M. L. Sl'OOXER, a graduate or Mount
llolyoke, timl for live years pn-t a mem.
her of the Semlimiy Faculty, lias liccn
scum! as an instructor attlie College.
It is expected that the wow Professor
ship of Chenii fry mid t'-c Natural
Sciences will he tilled earlv in the year.
.MISS EMMA V. HALL an experl
enced teacher, and for somo years Prin.
cip I of a Gra niiuir School in Ware,
Mass., conies from that position to take
charge of the Punahou Preparatory
O.ilv a few new pupils can he receiv
ed at this School, and they will bo ad
milted in order of application, which
must he made to l'EV. O. M. I1YOE I).
O., or to tho Prc-Idcnt of the College.
JSyCatalogucs sent on application.
THE premises known as the Windsor
Itcjtauinnt, situated at No. ill
King stieet, next Watcrhotiso's (tore,
will he re-biiilt and altered to suit any
responsible parties that may ntetl tho
3amo for business purposes. This pro
positipn will lemain open for one week
G. W. LINCOLN.
Huilder, 80 King St.
Aug. 22, iSSI. 707 lw
TO Till: liAMKK OF IIOXOM'MJ
DRESSMAKER, having returned,
will ic-umo Im-incis on the SOili.
Pcathciti Cleaned, Dyed and Curled in
all the iiLtvtst Mindcs.
Coiner ot Kins nntl Itiehuivl Street..
Dealurij In all kinds of
The Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at tho Gazette Jilock, .Merchant
Street ly h
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
.UOHN A. PAIjJIIHC
Will attend to tho collection of
hills, rents, &c. Keep accounts,
draw legal document1-. Lease and
sell piopcrty. Hunt rooms, anil
transact general business. He will
nl -ii attend to orders ami coiniiiU.
sion-. of every sort fiom the other
I-luuls. Pattonnge solicited.
No. 0!) Hotel btrcet, Honolulu.
Telephone, 293. P. O. llo.s, 307.
Wolfe & Edwards
Qi-o o:y a-d Fold Stcr;,
Corner King and N'uuttn i -lieet.
Fre-li Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 349.
Tho Best Lunch in Town,
Tea and Ooffco at All Hours
The finest Brands of CI'.'nrH nnd
Tohacco, always on hand.
AT Till'. I'AHK
IS OPEN EVE&Y DAY.
IWTUq culy sa-bldo resort In the
Kingdom. H. J. NOLTIO.
Gouts1 & GliililrGirs
Beaver . SiIodi
iijmm,wi AiSiivsmwtMiiviB3naK3tHmtKlsx4 wwoipu wwmmm.iu
THE " TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
03 Fort Sheet, (Campbell's Block.)
Low Prices Must Rule ! '
CM) HOY'S LINEN SLITS, Host Quality ONLY $1 75
350 HOY'S LINEN SUITS, Rest Quality ONLY ?1 75
050 HOY'S LINEN SUITS, Hcsl Quality ONLY $1 75
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1,
G cut's Unlaundercd White Shirts, No. 1 quality, at l.'JI; oij.512 per doz.
ESTCireat ItnrgniitH ! Great ItarpiiiiH ! Groat Itargaim '"I
Boy'9 Sailor Hats, in all colors, only 50 Cents.
Arrived hy the last steamer one of the Largest lurolecs of
S3 G-ENT'S HOSIERY 2
Ever Imported Into this Kingdom.
ISO dozen Gent's Slater Stockings (something new) seamless nnd perfect
fitting, three-ply heels at 23 cts pair
Oen t's Super Stout Jirltlili Hose, o unless $ I per do.cn
Gent's Cardinal Hose, silk clocked 25 cts pair
Hoy's PERCALE SHIRTS, hesl'quality, at $1.00.
Just Receivefl New Styles' if Gent's Dress Suits
A Largo Assortment of
S&3 Oent's Boots unci teHioes, 6ai8
Latest Styles and Lowest Prices.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
slCDl Plov;s" CM
eu- eic- e,c- 'm
zz:-.-.n-- ' . -r?dtk"
Fence "Wire ami Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House FurnishiiiK Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To make room for u Large Slock or
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,
AXD ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, liedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chroinos,
And a Ltugc Variety ol Fancy Ooods.
725 lm LYOAJV -&; Co.
Eastern Oysters in tins.
Anil at lull line of Fresh Staple Groceries.
Island Oulers solicited. Telephone No. 2 10. P. O. Uox 297.
O. 1). Pltl'hTU.
W. C. I'KACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
2't niiniiii Street.
IIONIII.UI.V, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gonoral Commission Merchants,
OITF.U FOIl SALIl
At the Lowest 3Eiu-ket Hates
a large and well selected stock of
the Uliolcistniid most Favorite
&C, S.C., &c,
All Goods Guaranteed.
and ordorn ftlled piomptly.
Tcloiiliono 10. P. O. Ilox SCO.
Etc.. Etc., Etc.
i;uxsi:uy & co.)
67 & 8S Hotel St
ex S S Alnincdn,
id, luuuiiui), iiiiiJiui:
A Large Assortment
- KOU KAI.K
At the lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's
A Good Chance for a Live Man
ON account of sickness, I want to sell
cut my BAGGAGE EXPRESS,
Two Sots lIitntcNH,
"X'llfl'O G)Otl IIOl'HCM
I am doing n good huslncss, hut have to
leave tho country on account of my
health. Nono but cash buyers need apJ
ply. For further particulars call on C,
Hammer, corner King and Fort Ms.
771 lm P. SMITH.
A SMALL unfurnished Cottage, in y&
tho ccntro of town, suitable for a ,
young man. Addicss"CoUugt" Bullc.. ,x'
tin nniii. it- .