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SATPHWAV, AUC. .'JO, I HIM.
SUN, MOOD AND SEA.
All lime from noon of to-day, Aug.'.!!)
Sun Sou (I IS.
Sun ( I" i:i
Moon Sets I- !'
iii'irriiic (small) I" '.
IlighTldii (larg'0 il 0.
uimi ami wuvrnmi
Ui'cmil Irniu minii i)f jcstunliiy:
u'll'ili'im'cl 'I'liennomcter liuln.
111' Mih I '.'jlill ill I "li I ISli lltn lih
I r.0.00 aurt tw.ii 1 1 ta s I 1 7 1 II o. in
Wlml, X. C. llHhtjhky, cloudy ; Hun, liuuvy
Diamond Head, Ann. IK), Up. M.
Lijllit N. K. wind.
Tom Kvii from S. 1-'.
Stinr UKellko from Knhnlui
Sclir Jloli lloy from Koolau
Sclir Wnleliu from Koolau
Sclir Wiilinulu from Wnliuca
Sclir Khukal from Wiilalua
Sclir Liliolllio from AValuu:i
Sclir Caterlna from JIniuiU'l
Sclir Nettle Morrill from l.nlmiua
Sclir Kawailanl from Koolau
Stinr l.clnia from Windward ports
Stmr Kinau from Windward ports.
Sclir M K Poster, from llaiiauinulu
Stmr Wnluianalu fiom Watuiniialo
Sclir Waloll for liana
Sclir ICainol for I.nupalinehne
VESSELS LEAVINC ON MONDAY
S S Alameda for S. F.
Stmr l.lkellke for Kaliulul
Stmr l.clnia for Windward ports
SehrHob Itoy for Iliiiialel
ejehr Waleliti for Koolau
Sclir Pliukal for Walalua
Sclir Cateiina rof llanalcl
Sclir Nettle Merrill for I.aliaina
Sclir Kawailanl for Koolau
Sclir Kainliou from Koolau
I'rom "Windward poils per Kinau,
Align! :W. II. Jt. Jl. Princess l.lkellke.
If. K. JI. Princes Kaliilaiil. Mls Helen
Oleghoru, Miss Kva Parker, Mrs. TW
Kvcrctt. MLs X Parker, Miss Mabel
l.add, MUs.ll l'olwln, Ml&sAWodo
liouc, Miss Helen Clink. Miss Mary
Afong, MisiAlieoAfong, MNA Young,
MUsS Young, Miss X Andrews, MKs
llella Weight, Miss .1 Hare, Mrs. K Jt
Hendry, Jtev. J A Oriizan Ai wife, AV A
liowen, Jlev. J II Kalrchild, SIr.l Duck
and .on, A 15 Lobensttiu, O llor.swell,
.Mr-. Hare, A Young, .1 Co-.ta wife and
child & maid, A !' Cook wife mid child,
P Hummer. C A Chimin, C I) bake, A
Canavaro, W It Austin, Mrs. II Turton,
O II Miles, K Woodhou?d, J K S Kyn
ueHcy, Henry Mist, Huberd Mist, Miss
K Peer, Miss L Peer, (J Peer, Capt D
Laylor, Hon H Kiilhelanl and wife, .7 T
Downey, .1 L lttehardsoti, Mis J II
lirowti, Miss II Drown, Miss G Lemon
.las Wilder, A Atkinson, Geo Sander
inan, O Sorren-en. Mr Xakal and child
Mrs W P biinahelhel, Miss Clara Loir,
MHs lloopli, I' X Jluklo, T K KrvniK,
Hrothcre Lewis, Mr C I Ward, A Pit.
Simmons Mis L Pitibnnions, MUsS
X Xeumann, yUt K Turton anil Master
Por S. P. per S S Alaincdii, Sept 1st.
Dun Poster, John I) Spreekels and
Itinilly, Itobt Stilling', Mrl .bis Robert
son, jMbsA Keniinl;, Mis.J ACiiiuniins,
Mrs Mary Ivuliui, Jliss .l"nnlu il Hed
diiigton, O A Ciiapin, E D Luke, Miss
Maud Wodehonse, Mrs II J Xolte, iliss
V .1 Nolle, Ills K l'.iul Neuniann, ltev
It W P.iiichild, Hon AV 0 Smith and
wife, Miss S K Gray, AV K Smith, TK
Poster iii.il wife, .Mrs 1) MuKinley uud
(luii!;litur, John Wright and wife, .1
Holing, (J T Dalian and wife, J W Sass,
.1 Slerling and friend, (J II Uodman, J
Godman, Wll Itice, .Miss J Armstrong,
MUs 11 Turton, W n Gillard, AV A
lialloy, Hon .1 AV Kalua, Asa Haiku uud
wife, U li IJaldwbi, AV A AVull, P L
.Miller, it Halste.nl, K llalslead and J C
Prom Windward ports, per steamer
Planter, August 29. Mrs 0 Husband &
child, C A Jiailey, I) I'oster, Mrs wray
ners, .Airs Hoa, C It Godman, .Airs .1
Hoick, ,1 Godman, Miss M Hoick, Mrs
ri li waiirce, irurner, jurhiratenieyer,
W H Campbell, A 11 Smith, W H Corn
well, 1 Jtoss and Gt deck.
Prom AVIudward ports, jier steamer
Lohua August 21). C but, and -1 diek.
Prom Kiiliulul, per steamer bikelike,
August HO. Misses Tumi It Dowsett,
W A Whiting. G Whiting, Ur 11 P Ku
dcrs, SP Clillllngworth, Muster Dow
sett, P Gallaluud. AM lloWe & wife,
MIssPHowe, KDltanM)ine,P M Hatch,
Mrs K L Parker and 2 children 11 P
Wllber, W 11 lialloy, It AV ICiiwulnul A
wife, .1 S Dnlv, .1 D .Martin, dipt. Kos
TCoi)peller,.MrsS Xott, & 5 eliild,
.Albs A W Xott, Miss A Aamtrong, (i
A Jackson, and wife, W A bully, A Vou
tempsky, W Peimell, J M Poepeo A
I'aclioln :t Chlno'-o and li'.l deck.
Por Port Townseud, per ltktue K'ltsaji,
August 2!). Harry Weaves, Walter
Deavcs .Airs M Aaeks II ltichard-oii, C
Smltli, i: Gould
The steamer Planter brought 220(1
skires of suirar, 1 l!l skes of sundries,
112 bags awu, 2(1 head-, cattle. I calves
and 2 horses,
Sclir bob I toy brought 200 bags of
rice, and 2.10 pes of awa.
Sclir brought 200 bags of paddy and
til) bags of rice.
Sclir Waliualu brought IKM) bags of
pajlily and 2 tons of iNli.
Stmr LlkeLlke brought 12.1 bags of
Yhu Llliolllio left viaimcn 21 hours
before the Waliualu but the latter ves
sel arrived at Honolulu lht.
Sclir Kawailanl hi ought 100 bags of
Stmr Leliua brought Y.V.M bags of
The tern Kva, Capt. J. O. Wlkuian,
arrived this morning 10 day-, from San
Prunebco with III Chinese pas-engcrs
and a general cargo. She Is consigned
to Ilarkfeld & Co.,
Tim boat being built by Mr. Soreiion
for ills Majesty, is -1.1 feet long, I
feet wide and IS Indies deep. It Is a
beautlfull boat with 8 oars and sliding
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
II. II. II. Princess Likelikc arrived
by Uic Kiiiiut.
Auihts' millennia, pine ami ebony
enscls, at King llros. 802 .'It
Cloveinor Daniels, of the Island of
luilinnltiwe is in town.
Mihs Hurry's" school, on Alnl'in
sired, ro-ojuMis on Monthly.
Ii:mi:nyis farewell concert takes
place this evening.
Tub llcv. J. A. Cruzan and wife
returned from Hawaii by the Kinau.
- -- - -
There will be ti meeting of the
Hoy.il Arch Chapter to-night at seven
SuvKxrv seven cabin and one
hundred and fourteen deck passen
gers arrived by the Kinau.
His Excellency Paul Neumann,
Attorney-General, will lcavo on the
Alameda for a short visit to the coast.
Tin: Hawaiian Mission Children's
.Society meets this evening at the
Waikiki residence of Mr. W. V. Hall.
Tin: Portuguese Commissioner,
Scnor Canavarro, returned from his
official visit to the other islands, by
IIi:xky Uuckle, son of the late
jailor of Oahu Prison, died yesterday
of Consumption. His funeral took
place this afternoon.
IIox .1. W. Kalua loaves by the
Alameda for the Coast. He intends
being absent until October 8th, and
will possibly visit some of the Eastern
It is quite common to hear people
croak that they cannot get good
Manilla cigars. You may be sure
they have not been to Marchants for
any or his new invoice. 802 3t
Hi:v. K. C. Oggcl will preach at
the Hethcl to-morrow morning. In
the evening a bible reading illus
trating the Worker and the "Word
will be given.
PuiMiUKXT Fai.rchild, D. I). of
Oberlin College, Ohio, will preach
at the Port Street Church to-morrow
morning. The Hev. A. O. Forbes
will preach in the evening-
Tm: Hon. AV. O. Smith and wife,
and Miss S. K. Gray, intended leav
ing by the Alameda for a trip to the
Coast, but owing to the sudden and
serious illness of Miss Gray, the trip
has been postponed.
Fuaxk Davis was charged in the
Police Court this morning with
drunkenness. Judge Bickerton fined
him $10 and costs, at the same time
telling him, that a repetition of the
offence would compel him to send the
defendant to prison.
A new Company has been formed
under the name of Waimca Sugar
Mill Co. the following olllcers being
elected Thursday. President, Ph.
Opfergelt; Vice. President,, II. AV.
Schmidt; Treasurer, Alex. Young;
Secretary, Edward Iluttou ; Auditor,
Kamaki:i.i:, the dummy member
from Makawao, looked like a fish out
of water iii his claw-hammer suit, at
the prorogation of the Assembly.
The top of his head was covered
with a forty cent stove pipe hat
which needed brushing.
Tin: Hawaiian Dandy was gorge
oush bedecked to day, iu till colours
of the rainbow. It was whispered,
that his costume was similar to that
intended to be worn by thu Admiral
of the Hawaiian Navy, if the Navy
Hill had passed.
AVi: have been shown this day at
iho store of Air. Al. Mcluerny, the
neatest Lawn Tennis Shoe, for botli
ladies and gentlemen that we have
ever fcen. Persons needing such
will do well to make an early call
and secure their sizes. Just tlio
thing for out-door or gulden woik.
A'r. are glad to announce that Her
.Majesty Queen Kmma is improving
steadily every day. Yesterday, Her
Majesty was up for a short time, and
again this morning. Such news will
bo received with great Joy by the
whole population of this Island king
dom. Tiik Captain and Olllcers of II.
II. M. S. Constance were presented
to His Majesty the King, at noon
yesterday, by II. 15. M'h. Commis
sioner Major J. II. Wodehonse. His
Kx. thu Minister of Foreign Affairs
was present. His Majesty was atten
ded by his Ks. Gov. Dominis, Cols,
latiki'a and lloyd, and Major Purvis.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Hand will play at Kmmu
.Squaw, this afternoon at -I :'U). The
following is the programme :
Overturelolly Students Suppe
AValtz baiiru Millocker
Seletlon Itoccucelo Suppe
Cavatbiu ITiullne I.ort.lng
Pantaxla Dreams IJorger
o n.,t..i,.,t.,..a Lunainakaiilnana. Ilcrger
2 QuleWcps Ai,!t 0t!, aL, nurg,.r
It is a well known fact that about
ninety per cent of thu llrestaht occur
are discovered in their incipient
stages, and can be extinguished with
out material loss if suitable means
arc employed. And that is why we
bring before our reader's notice, the
claims and merits of the Harkness
Pneumatic Fire Extinguishers. If
these machines were in more general
use, a large number of the llres
occurring would be extinguished
without loss. They cannot get out
of order and have greater expelling
than chemical extinguishers. Hun
dreds of testimonials have been re
ceived from all parts of the United
States, testifying to the great elll
of these machines. They are made
in all sizes, the smallest being port
able. AVe next refer to the Mag-neso-Calcile
Fire-Proof Safe. Many
of our readers will remember, a test
was made of one of these Safes at
the foot of Hiehard Street iu August
188'J. There were present, several
members of our prominent linns, fire
department, and representatives of
the press, who were thoroughly satis
fied and really surprised at the suc
cess the test, which was ajsevero one.
Messrs. Dillingham & Co. Fort Street,
are Agents for these valuable inven
tions in this city.
IIonokaa August 28th.
The steamer Lchua which arrived
here on Tuesday night, brought back
several of our old residents, amongst
the number, Mr. Otto Ualilman, and
biide. A native Luna belonging to
the Hon member and P. C. from
Hamakua was caught last Saturday
night stealing a horse from Paauilo
belonging to .Air. Hobt. Horner.
This man is a noted thief and has
been caught several times. It is
hoped this time lie will receive the
punishment he merits.
Ulcna vs AViliams, continued from
the '2.1th inst., action for 81.1 rent
Judgment for Plaintiff. Appeal
noted to the Intermediary court.
J. .1. Williams vs II. K. II. Po
niaikelaui, continued from the 21st
inst. Settled out of court.
K. O. Hall vs J. L. Kaulukou,
assumpsit for $1.1. Case discontin
W. C. Peacock vs II. IL Macfnr
iaue & Lovejoy, action for summary
possession, continued by consent
until the 1st prow
Kauelawaia, an old offender, for
drunkenness on the 27lh inst., was
sentenced to f days imprisonment
at hard labor,
Daniel Driseo, remanded from
the 27th inst., was found guilty of
assault & battery on T. Grant and
lined SI. and SI. costs.
Thos. Grant' on remand from the
27th inst., was again remanded un
til the lith prow
Ah Kag, for cruelty to animals on
thu 28th inst., forfeited SKI. bail.
Kaiapclua forfeited 8(1. bail for
Prank Davis pleaded guilty of
drunkeness, and was remanded un
till tho 28th inst., for sentence.
Kaaiawapuhi, charge, common nui
sance by allowing a dog to roam tit
large, and bite people, also with
using obscene language; was found
not guilty and discharged.
"EIN'OSS Sr CO.
Xo. H ItLiiij; street,
XKvtt 'vim mtiix.i:.
Has (mo dried
CALIFORNIA FISH !
'.) cents per pound.
liiicota and Skip-.Jaelc.
A SUIT OK PUONT KOOMS, nicely
furnished. Apply at No. 8 Kukul
street. 7T if
(Late of the "Old Corner.')
ftay lately couiueie.l with the
Iced Drinks & the Best Cigars
will always he found on hand.
HAS JUST KEOT.IVKI) PKK
A Large New Stock
Luis' Gents'! Cliililrmi's
OP KVKKY DESCIMPriON.
TO ill". SOLI)
111 POUT STKKICT.
Funahou Preparatory School
Pall Term, levins on Monday,
r I MIL Trustees are Impjiy to anuonnrc
JL that the s.'conil year, Miiee the
adoption nl the new coursevof ttudy,
premises to bo verv MtcccvJul. Mk
M. L. 81'OONKH, a jrraduale oi .Aloiint
Ilolyoke, and for the years past a mem
ber of the Seminaiy Faculty, lias been
secured us an instructor attlie College.
It is expected that Hie new Professor,
ship of Chemistry and the Natural
Sciences will be tilled early iu the year.
MISS KMMA V. IIALb. an epeii
enced teacher, and for some years Prin
cipal of a Grammar School iu Ware,
Mass., comes from that position to take
charge of the Punaliou Preparatory
Only a few new pniilK can be receiv
ed at this School, anil they will be. ad-
nulled in order ol application, which
must be made to 11BV. O. M. 1IYDK I).
I)., or to the President of the College.
"Catalogues sent on application.
rpiIK premises known us the AVlndsor
X ltostutirant, situated at No. ill
King street, next AValerlioieV toie,
wilfbe le-lmilt and altered to Milt any
responsible parties tiial may uecil the
fame for business purposes. This pro
position will icinaiii open for one week
G. AV. LINCOLN.
builder. 8i King st.
Aug. 22,1831. 7117 lw
to tiii: i.Aiurs or iioxomh.u
DUKSSMAKElt, having returned,
has lcsumcd biihiues".
Pc.ilhers Cleaned, Dyed and Curled in
all the newest shades.
Corner of King and Richard Street"'.
J. WS. OAT Jr. & Co.
Dealers In all kinds of
Tho Latest Porelgn Papers nlways on
hand at the dazeltc 1ocl; Merchant
Strict b" b
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
.MM1X A. rAHIHK
Will attend to the collection of
bill', rents, iVc. Keep accounts,
draw legal documciiK Lease and
sell nronerlv. lteut rooms, anil
transact general luudiicas. lie will
iil.o attend to oivlers and commix-
sioiis of every Burt fioui the other
1-1 mils.. Patronage solii in d.
No. ti!) Hotel Strict, Honolulu.
Telephone, 1 8. P. O. l!o, :1!I7.
Wolfe &. Edwards
Grocery anil Feed Store,
Comer King and Niiuanu HtrceK
Kri'uli (iioierloiiind Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Oox 130, Telephone 349.
Tho Best Lunch in Town,
Tea and Ooflboat All Hours
Tim llucst llrauds of Cigars mid
'I'olmcco, n!wayn on hand.
AT Till'. I'.MtK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
PSTTliu only sea.sido rc.soil in the
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
(5:j Tori, Sln'H, (Oniuplu'lPs Itiock.)
:)50 HOY'S IJNKN SlJITrf, l!e,t 0,ualil .' ONLY $1 75
:M0 HOY'S I.INKN SUITS, best Quality ONLY fl 75
.1.10 HOY'S blNKX SUITS, best Quality ONbY $1 7.1
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
( cnt's Unluundercd AVlilte Shirts, No. 1 quality, at .'lt; oilS per doz.
&5Ti!i-i'ul ltmgaiiis ! ,Jieiit Iturguiim ! i!i'(al ICiugtiins !"SJ
I'.oy's Sailor Huts, in Jill colors, only HO Cunts.
Ani veil by I lie last steamer one of the Largest liiYoice oT
Kvcr tuif orted Into tins Kingdom.
ISO do7en Ocnt's Slater Stockings (fonietliiiig new) &eainles and perfect
lilting, llirer-ply liceli at 'J.I els pair
Ocn t'.s Super Stout Itritlali I lose, io unless if I per doeu
Oeiil'.s Cud I n a I Hoe, silk clocked ',Mcls pair
lJoy'o PKItOALK SIHHTS, besltiialily, at !?1.00.
Jiisl MM Hew Styles of Gent's Dress Snils
A Large Assortment of
StS?2 CroiitAs Boots 1111 &5llOC., "B.
Latest Styles and Lawest'l'iices.
DILLIHGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implement
'.--' ft- .y rp. , ti o ft f ,
Els.. Etc.. Etc.
s..I ' &flrz k " 1 'tt ftfJr
,&'?!m, mitVU. ,. u
Fenco "Wire and Slaplus, Kerosene Oil a siiooialty.
Paints, Arnrnishes, Turpentine,
House Fnriiisliiny: Goods, Plated Ware, &e., &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To inalte room rut' n l.arc Stock ol'
New Goods to Arrive Soon
Piom I.omhn, New York, and San Prancisro.
All stock on hand during (he next 30 days will be sold Tor cash,
cons'ntlng in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND AbL KINDS OP MUSIC HOODS.
Parlor .Sets, Ilcdrooni Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromes,
And a baigc Vuilcly of Pancy fioods.
72o lm LYOAIV Ac Co.
Family Grocers, - -
.lusi Heccived ex S S Alainctla,
Grapes, Pears, Plus. Peaclms, Aiples ail Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins.
Anil a I'm II lliu ol Frosli Slnplo iroc'rios.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Ilox 21)7.
w. c. i-KAcon;
Freetli & Peacock,
ii'.i Xiiunnii Sticct.
IIONOI.UI.C, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OPKKK KOU SAI.K
At Uio l.owi'st .llaikcl Knicn
a large and well pelleted Htock of
Uic Choicest and most Favorite
III mills of
A;p., &c., Arc,
All Gootls Guaranteed.
and nidcra filled pioinplly.
'IVIephoim 1(1. I'.O. Ho IT.H.
Wlust Rule I
Etc., Etc., Etc.
i;i:.nni:i)Y & io.)
- 67 4 69
A Lane Assoiliaeiit
- rou sai.i:
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Clcyhorn & Go's
A Good Chance for a Live Man
ON account of i-Icknesx, I want to sell
cut my BAGOAaP. EXl'KKSS,
rJUvo MoN IIiirncNK.
Tin'' Good IIorscN
I nni doiiig ii Kol liusiniss, hut have to
leave the country on account, Vd" my
health. None hut cash liuyer need ap
ply. Por further naillcularn call on U.
Hummer, corner King and Port stp.
771 lm P. SMITH.
A SMALL unfurnished Cottage, iu
thu centre of town, Rultahlc for u
young num. Addrcis "Cottage" Hulle.
tin Oillcc. 1f
. -. '- :rOB!W
Wliilis & Colored Mm,
'i, .Ai'WJfoU kfeifoAtki:Wy JlMri&..:.yJ&:-' iu '.. ..'&li4&.U
fdaJto&L& i-Aifc'AAwiA.fc .withiilAi.
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