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Fit I DA V, AVCi. an, 1881.
SUfl, MOUH AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-day, Aug. 29
him Set-! f! IS.
SiiuJRUm 17 1.1.
Moon bets 1'2 ill.
High Title (small) 10 30.
HfghTldo (laigc) 23 00.
WISD AMI UT.ATIlEi:
itecord liom noon of jestcidny
AtaSri?Sl. TK01I.I01UCIO! Hull..
I 4li I Uli I '.'.Ml 2h I Dh I IpIi llto Mi
I :;o im I ai us I no m il wis I 7i z I ;i s o.in
Wind, N. i:. Ifjtlit ; Sky, olmnly; "on, luuy
UMiiiniul Held, Aug. 'JO, Up. M
Light N. I''. wind.
Stmr l.i'lni.i 15 nillc off
Stnir C It Bishop from Haniakua
Sehr Mauuokawal from ICoohui
Sehr Rainbow fiom ivoolau
Stmr Planter fnJm Wiudwaid port"
Stmr Jn Makco for, ICau.il
llktne KlKip tor Foit Townsend
Sehr AValoll for Ilaim
Sehr Katnol for Laiipahoehoc
I 'or Walanac Walahu iV Kauai per
Stmr. .las Jlnkce, August 20. II. Jt. II.
Piiiiecs Lllhiokalanl, O Rosehr, Rev.
A .Mackintosh. .Maler Maeklntosh. 11 A
.Maefle. A I'll Swift, It CSpiiiilrtlng,
.Mr-". Jliown. 311-s M Brown. MUs U
WlNon it 'on.
Fi om 1 laiiiaku.i per Stmr. C It Bishop.
August 20. Mis. G W Wllfong, r II
Cuinmliw, "W II Holmes Ai wile, WO
Lnwieiiee, Gov Daniels and 10 deck.
Sehr Mauuokawal brought 208 bag
of sugar and 37S li.igjs of i lee f i om lCoo
lau. Stmr C It Bishop brought lilo.'t bags
of -ugar. fcliO b.tgi of p.iddy and 10 b.igs
of t:iio. She will .iil on Tuesday at
The (,'alallna lutiuns to Hongkong.
Capt. I) MeGicgor funnel lyejptaiii of
the -chooner Bob Boy, is now eaptaiu
of the Mauuokawal.
It is lepoited that the schooner Em
ma will be ehaiteied to take Mr. Gieig,
propilotor of the Jennie Walkei, to
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
IIi:i: Majesty Queen Kmiiiii still
continues to improve.
A molacca walking stick with a
silver head, has been lost. See Adv.
Anrisis' materials, pine and ebony
easels, at King Bros. 802 ,lt
Tun boiler inspection bill got the
indefinite hoist this morning.
Chief Justice Judd and parly will
return from the countiy to-morrow.
A visit to the Honolulu Iron
Woiks discloses a busy state of
Ri:menti will play Jhtwitii Ponoi
as his last number at the concert to
ItuMEMDUK that to-nionow evening,
Remenyi's faiewcll concert takes
place at Music Hall.
Dk. Whitney is going to recuperate
his earthly tabernacle, by sojourning
for a month in the rural regions.
L.vxoFonu Jr. is the favorite in
the betting for the two mile-dash at
the Paik to-nioirow afternoon.
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Hand will
give a moonlight concert at Emma
Square on Monday evening.
Tin: Astor House will re-open to
motrow morning under the manage
ment of It. V. G ramus. 801! It
The champion bat belonging to
the Honolulus needs a frcsli coat
of paint, and a new set of ribbons.
St. Albans College, under the
principalship of Mr. A. T. Atkinson,
rc-opens on Monday moining next,
September 1st, at 9 o'clock.
Tin: Oceanic S. S. Alameda will
leave for San Francisco, on Monday
next, at noon. The Po3t-oulce mail
will close at 10 o'clock, a late letter
bag will be kept open until 1 1 :30.
It is quite common to hear people
croak that they cannot get good
Manilla cig.us. You may be sure
tlioy have not been to Mai chants for
nny of his new invoice. 802 3t
Wk have been shown this day at
the stoic of Mr. M. Mclncrny, the
neatest Lawn Tennis Shoe, for both
ladies and gontleinen that wo have
ever seen. Persons needing such
will do well to make an caily call
and scenic their sizes. Just the
thing for out-door or gaulen woik.
A special meeting of Lodge Le
Progres Do L'Oceanic, 121 of F. and
A. M. Mill he hehUhis evening at
7. :t() nt tlic usual place.
Tin. proiogtition of thu Iugtulalivc
Assembly of 1881 takes place to
inoi row at noon, by I lis Majesty the
King jn person.
Say, Mr. Road Supervisor, how
about those large holes in the road
opposite the residence of the late
Simon Kaai, on the 1'alania Road.
The meeting of the Hawaiian
Mission Clilldrens .Society will be
held to-morrow evening at Onconta,
the residence of Mr. W. W. llnll at
Ox the Palama Hoad, near Cape
Hoi ii street, there is a large dead
dog lying on the roadside. The
stench from it is something fearful.
Whose duty is it to remove it?
That little Coinage lcpoit was
actually presented to the Assembly
this morning, by Minister Gibson,
and will appear in our Legislative
report. It shows the net cot of our
silverdollars to be about ninety cents.
. t .
A singing class for ladies & gentle
men, will be formed at the Y. M. C.
A. Hall this evening at 7.J10 o'clock,
under the direction of Mr. Yarndley.
Hereafter it will meet Tuesday even
ings. It is reported, that the "lurid phc
iioinoncn" of iUoPran, will be asked
to olllciate as staiter at the races to
morrow afternoon at Kapiolani Paik.
lie understands the business.
Uy the last mail, news was received
in this city, that Dr. Ilapper, of
Canton, father-in-law of Mr. Frank
Damon, w as quite seriously ill. This
may delay somewhat the return of
Mr. Damon mid his biide.
Paddy praised poteen to his Biddy
because it mado him sec two of her
"swatc, puity selves instid of one."
We wonder what doubled yesterday's
piocccdings of the Legislature in the
Atlvcrt-cyes-u'r. (Copyi ight of pun
applied for under the new patent
Mil. W. M. Giffard, with Irwin
& Co., will leave on the Alameda
for a short trip to the Coat. He has
not had any vacation to speak of,
for ten years, so thinks he is full
entitled to this one. So say we all
At the close of this morning's ses
sion of the Legislature the Minister
of the Interior entertained the nobles,
lcprcscntatives and olllccis of the
Assembly, and members of tiie press,
at a most sumptuous and elegant
lunch in his Depaitincnt.
A lady, crossing Fort street, at
the corner of Hotel street, last
evening, about half-past seven
o'clock, had a narrow escape fiom
being run over by the carelessness of
an express driver. A little more
care should be exercised by drivers,
when turning a corner.
Capt. II. G. Morac, the popular
Commander of the Alameda, Mrs.
Morse, and their son, Mr. II. C.
Morse, returned yesterday from a
trip round this Island. They left
Honolulu on Tuesday, by way of
the Pali, and report having a general
good time, and thoroughly enjoying
Ai.as 1 it is sad to relate, but seven
years ago to-day, that boss of the
Mormons, Brighaiu Young, kicked
the bucket, leaving behind him
about nineteen blushing young
widows, and nearly ten times as
many children. It is impossible to
get through counting the number of
grandchildren left behind, in time
for this edition.
Dei-uiy Marshal Dayton said in
Court this morning, that the numer
ous dogs running loose round town
were a gieat nuisnnco to pcdcstiians
and horseman. It was impossible
for a person to ride up Emma Street
without having between twenty or
thiity of these miserable and vile
looking curs,barking and yelling and
getting in the way of hoiscs, much
to the danger of riders. The dog
population is too numerous and ought
to be thinned.
Tin: Deavcs Bros.' Marionette
Troupo left this morning by the
bark Kitsap. They came hero at
an unfortunate time, and after their
llrst performance the best plan
would have been to have visited the
other islands. However, they have
gone away In the best of spirits
and liopo to have better luck next
The Complimentary Concert ten
dered to Mr. Rcmcnyi, the violinist,
and his Concert party at the Hawaii
an Hotel last evening, by the Royal
Hawaiian Band, was a very success
ful! affair. Bandmaster Bergcr had
arranged a fine programme which
was magnificently played by the
band boys. Quito a largo number of
visitors were present on the veran
dahs of the hotel, and in the grounds.
In the Police Court this morning,
Knaiawapuhi (w), was charged with
being a common nuisance, for keep
ing a dog that bit people on the
public streets. It appears that the
dog bit a little boy on the arm, but
a9 the evidence showed that the boy
with others, were playing with and
teasing thu animal, His Honor the
Judge, discharged the defendant
and told her to keep the dog tied up
The Mcdkul Journal says, "most
people know the benefit of lemonade
before breakfast, but few know that
it is more than doubled by taking it
at night. -The way to get the bet
ter o the bilious system, is to take
the juice of one, two or three lemons,
as appetite craves, in as much ice
water as makes it pleasant to drink
without sugar, before going to bed.
In the morning, on rising, take the
juice of one lemon in a goblet of
water. This will clear the system
of humor and bile with cllleiency."
This morning the Legislative As
sembly iinnniiiiotwly tendered a icso
lution to the Piesident, Hon. God
fiey Rhodes, for the fidelity and
impaitiality with which he had
discharged the duties of his olllce
during the session. Ministers Neu
mann and Gibson spoke upon the
question in unqualified terms of ap
preciation of the venei able Piesident' s,
course in the chair, the latter con
cluding by a wish that he might be
spared to pieside over many future
sessions of the Legislature. The
President made a most cordial and
graceful leply to the icsolution.
MR- P. A. DIAS lmlng made tin
assignment ol.lin piopciiy to Mr.
J. IIYMAM for the benellt of bis credi
tors, nil p u ties Inning any claims
against EiiidDIis aio requested to pre
font them to the iinder-dgued at ihc olllce
ol Ilymiii Biotlicri, within thirty day?
from' this date.
Honolulu, August 2Gth, 1881. 781 lm
A N Ol-TICi: BOY. Must wiite a
8L0 3t SMITH & TIIUBSTOX.
TMMEDIATLLY, GOOD DBKSS
JL MAKEKS. Apply toMis.Gaseojno
corner Kin-' and Kiel ard Hs. 7'JU 3t
A YOUNG MAX. 22 years of age,
dutliu a situ.ttio.i.' Cm do rough
work of any kind.
Apply to J. E. WISEMAN,
23 Merchant St. Uen. HuciiuSs Ag't.
Miss Berry's School
WILL HE.OPEN .MONDAY, Sept.
Hi. Mis Berry will uNo open
an afttrnooa cluH lo- little giih for
sewing uiul fancy work on Tui'sdiiyi &
Thursua'.N, from i 4. 110.
800 2t ' ALAKKA STHEE1'.
Seasoned Algeroba Wood.
ABOUT TWELVE COIIDS of this
excellent wood foro.ilu by O.ihu
College. May l.e Hen on the giounds
feOO lw W. 0. MEKIUTT.
Notice to Consignees.
The Am. luik " CIA'LON,',
uuraiou, iiMsiur, iron, iiuiig
linnif. Is now rciulv to ilU.
I'lmiL'n l.m- onrL'O. und con.
slgnees are lequesiid to present their
bills of liuliiii,', p.iy freight, und t-tke
ordi'ii for tilth uimkIh.
C tiKh.Wi:B k Co,
600 lw Agents bk Ceylon.
JBTVOS 4$c CO.
No. H King; street,
m;ak 'nij3 intirc;i3.
Has Eomo dried
CALIFORNIA FflSM !
li cents per pound.
liacolu and Skip-Jack.
A SUIT OF FHON'T ROOMS, nicely
tuinislied. Apply at No. 8 Kukul
btrcet. 770 tl
'' vL:iim n Jm i -
(Lite of Ihc "Old ( orner.1 )
fjQrlatcly connccteJ with the
Iced Drinks & the Best Cigars
will always bo found on hand.
HAS JUST HKOBIVED PEIt
A Large New Stock
LaOlBS8. Gents" & GtallflrBn's
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
TO BE SOLD
111 FObT STHI.E1'.
Punahou Preparatory School
Tall Tcim, lie-ins on Monday,
Sejiti'iiilni lot li .
rpiIE TinMces ue h i p to amio mee
JL that the s Mid jei.r, since the
adoption nf the new coutt-u of tuily,
p cinlse in he ver -iicecsliil. Ml-i
M. L. .SI'OONEK, ii ;i.uliiatu of Mount
IIoloke, und for (He Man puM a mini,
her "of the fcunlnuy Pacully, ha-, I ecu
fctcured us an instructor at the College.
It is eicetcd that the new Prnfcs-or-ship
of Chcml'trv and the Natural
Sciences will he lllicd e.irlv In the year.
MISS EM.M.V V. HALL an eperl.
cnccil teiieher, and for some ycau l'rin
eipil of u Giamiinr Scliool in Wine,
Mass., come? from tluit position to take
charge ot tno rumuioti rrcpiraioi
Only a few new jiupils can he rccei.
cd at this School, and ihey will be ad
mitted in order of nppllcition. which
liui-l be made to REV. 0. M. IIY'DE D.
1)., or to the Pic ident of the College.
JgyC'atalogiics scat on nppUeation.
707 Id. .
rI"IIE premises known as the Windsor
X Restaurant, situated at No. 31
Kini; sticet. net Wntuiliouse's stoic,
wilfbc ie. built and altered to suit any
responsible pintles that may need the
same for luisine-- purpose. 'I his pro
position will remain open for one week
G. W. LINCOLN.
Huildcr, 80 King St.
Aug. 22, iSSJ. 707 lw
TO TUT. I.AUII'.H OP HONOLULU
DUESSMAKLli, lining returned,
w ill resume hu-incas on the 2!ith.
l'dthcid C caned, Dyed und Curkd in
all ihc newest tlindes.
Comer of King and ltieliitil Slrcetf.
J. ftfl.GAT Jr. &Co.
Dtalers In all kinds of
STATIONE K Y,
The Latest Foreign Paper-, always, on
hand .it the Gazette Block, Merchant
Street ly b
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
.IOUX A. PAEJ3KIC
Will intend to thu collection of
hill-, rents, &c. Kiep ace mint",
dr.iw legal documents. Leao and
ell property. Rent rooms, and
tr.uis.iLt gcnerul business. He will
ill o attend to outers and commlv
sioii-, of every bort fiom the oilier
hi mils. Pnlionngo solicited.
No. 09 Hotel Street, Honolulu.
Telephone, 233. P. O. l!o, 1)97.
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Fo;d Stir.', .
Corner King and Nuuuiiii btreets.
Freh Grocorloand PioUioii received
by evuy Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 349.
Tho Dost Lunch in Town,
Tea aud Ooffeo at All Hours
The linebt llrumh of Cier.irs and
Totmceo, alw.ijv on hand.
AT T1IU r.MlK
IS OPEN EVEEY DAY.
2J"The only bea.bide resort In the
a. - ' MaMMtSajta.i
THE " TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
03 Fort Street, (Canipbell'H Block.)
350 EOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY 1 7C
3M EOY'S LINEN SUITS, Best Quality ONLY 1 7G
350 EOY'S LINEN SUlTt-, EtBt Quality ONLY ?1 75
.)UbT IllSC'I-:! VH!
75 doz. Gent's Porcalo Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
G- cnt's Unlaundcrtd White Shirts, No. 1 quality, nt $1.27; oi;12 per doz.
WfAvcnt IiuhIiih ! Great ItniRuhis ! Great Hiu-piiiiH :.
AJl-n gi B it ortment of
Boy's Snilor Hats, in all colors, only 50 Cents.
Arrived by the last steamsr one of the Largest InTolces of
ECS 3-EXVrJ?'SJ DHCOSI33Xi,Yv -g
Eer linro.-tcd inio this Kingdom.
ISO docn Gent's Slater Stockings ('onicthlng new) seamless and perfect
lilting, three-ply heels at 23 cts pair
Gent's Super Stout British IIoic.io unless $ I per ilu7.cn
(jent's Cardinal IIoe, silk clocked , ets pair
BcyN PEHOALE SIIIHTS, bcl(pialltj-f at 1.00.
Just RecBivefl New Styles of Gent's Dress Suits
A Large Assortment of
HCSp3 Ocnt's Boots sxucl Shoes,
Latest Styles and Lowest Pncc.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets., Etc.. Etc. NS&S.-G
. Ji2rV!,'wv . WW
Fence "Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
Selling at Cost
To make mom for a fiiirct) Hlocli or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, mid S.in FrancUeo.
All stook on hand during tho noxt 30 days will be sold for cash,
(oiiihthig in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OP MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Large V.ulcty of Fancy Good.
725 lm JLiYO-AJLV Sc Co.
Family Grocers, - - - 67 & 69 Hotel St.
Just Ilcccived e. S S Alameda,
Graies, Pears, Plains. Peaclies, Apples aid Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins..
Anil a full line oi 3'resli Staple CxrocoricM. ,
Inland Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Ho 197. (702
0. I). MIKI.'UI
w. c. I'l'.vcoci; i
Freeth & Peacock,
iiH Nuiiniiu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Goneral Commission Morohants,
OFFER FOR SALE
At the I,(v'Mt Market ICates
n largo and well selected stock of
the Choicest and mot Farrito
Hi amis of
I OltTEl S,
&e., ie., Ac.,
All Goods Guaranlood.
aud onleiH lllled piomptly.
Tclepliono 10. P. 0. Box CO.
IVlust Rule !
ijrr-tMi Elc- E,c Ec
for 30 Days
KUNNHOY & CO.)
i Lane Assortment
- ion mm:
At tho lowest Pricos
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's
A Good Chance for a Livo Man
-"-1-m; j :if 5-V Awntui-t
N account of tlckncf r, 1 want to sell ra
v cut my uauuaui; expjiess.
Tm'O S5tS IIlllMH.'NN,
'Plll-l'' Rnml Ifni'iiu
1 am doing a gool husinenf, hut lno to 'i
Ino.n .1... .........hi. -f A
IV.HU II1U UUUIIIt lljl HI CUlllH Ol Illy 4J
health. None but caMi huycrs need ap- ?,a
iny. loriuriuer particulars call on U. j
llammer, corner King and Fort sts.
I II" I . O.llH Jl.
A SMALL unfurnlslictl Cottage, In , "
the cintro of town, suilablu for a. a
young man. Address "Cottage" Bulle."
111. WUtt, II