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MONDAY. NKI'I'KMIIKK I. Issi.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All Hum Irtmi noon of lo-ilny, Sept. I
Mllll Set It IS.
Hm HNi- 17 II.
.Moon sel- II .:i.
Illgli I'IiIk ilum') 0 :to.
nigh Tide ( iiii i:t imi.
UIMI IMI IM.UIIIIIt
lii'ciiril liutii iiof.it of ycMcrdiiy
.u'sV-ii'i'Sl Thermometer Itnln.
I Hi ' I '.ili I 'iili '.'li I Hi I Mi Ijtn 1SU
I 3II.IA .10.10 WM5 el S I li S I 77 li 0.(0
Wind, N. I:. Iljdit jHky, fnlijScu, inoilonili!
Ott moiid 1 1 tin I, Sept. 1, 3p..M.
Light N. K. wind.
.Stini' Kilaurn 1 Ion (i'iiiii Windward port
S.S. tfealnndla from Amtralla
.Slinr lwalanl front Kauai
Sehr HalcaUnla from Pepeeken
Sclir Kckuiiltiohl from lluualcl
Sehr Leahl from Koholalcle
S.S. Zealandla for S. K.
S S Alameda for S. K.
Stun- Llkollke for Kahulul
Slinr I.ehua for Windward iiorti
Sclir Hob Hoy for Hanalel
cji'hr Waiehu for Koolau
Sehr Eliukal for Walalna
Sehr Caterlna rof Hanalel
Sclir Xettlo Morrill for Lahaluii
Sclir Kawnlhinl for Koolau
Sclir liniuhnw from ICoolan
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stinr Klnaii for Windward ports
Stinr lwalanl for Kauai
Stiur'Plnnter for Windward ports
Slinr V Jl HUhop for Hainakita
Sclir Kckaiiluolil for llanalcl
I'or S. K. per S.S. Alameda, Septem
ber I. (J X Doo-cv, 1-' V Chanev, M W
Lowell. (' KiikIMi. A Wenniek, S 11
Webster, A Manning, K II Kield, W M
(ioodmau, K II HIclianKou, A llldlm
wife and -J children, H 'I' Wlllicr, A 0
.limNon. r Kenncll, 1' Vlgeng, D Dalcv,
A Scluilt, K Klciniiic, II Kleminc, T G
Wall, I. llaiiM'ii, U I'ratt, V Meyer, H
von OliUioffen, A PMendunea, E Perry,
I. Durklg. Mrs. G Xisen & sister, .Miss
M Mollltt, A do Canto &wire, .Mrs. S
llarrNon, S P Police, .Mls.M Konnell &
5 children, .Mrs uuehlaf, Mrs K I.
Parker & 2 children, MNs 11 Turtoiiand
From Kauat per Stmr lwalanl August
III. lion. P Uenberg, WHKlce, Jl A
Maellii Jr. W Hrode, II Strenbeok, W 11
Smith, U Christian, W Zolglcr, 0 T
Hrlgstalk, 0 Pokranl., -Ml?.s G Hopkins,
.1 Itrent, MI" A llonopl, J M Kealoha
it daughter it -1 Chinese.
From Australia, pcrS S Zealaudla,
Aug 111 .Mrs l)innrli1uff, Mr Good, Mr
Knldi. Dr Potter, Mr Dlbb, 33 Delias
and .Mis Oliphaut, and 70 In transit.
The S S Klnau brought 1011 bags
sugar, 5 horse", 12 hide, (iOOgoat skins,
118 pkgs sundry.
The Almiulu "took 17IWI1 bags sugar,
U7S7 bags of rice, 1102 bdls of sugarcane,
1-141 bunches of bananas, 307 bills of
hides, ! bdles of skin, 11 ca'-os of leaves,
S rolls of leather and a sack of coin
(825000.) Total dome-tie value 120,
liiO.SS. Sclir Kckaiiluolil brought -100 bags of
Sclir llaleakala brought 782 bags of
Sclir Leah! brought IS 12 bags of
Stmr lwalanl brought IIOI! bags of
sugar, oil bags of paddy, -10 hides, & 1
Stmr Kllauea Hon brought 811 bags
of sugar. Slio will sail on Wednesday
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: small-pox has broken out in
jht. Chas. Furneaux, the artist, is
in town again.
Tin: cholera has reached Southern
Italy, and is spreading rapidly.
Tun S. S. Alameda left at noon,
with a good cargo and a large pas
Tin: Planters' Monthly for Sep
tember is out, and will receive duo
notice in our columns.
Mi:s3its. Rishop & Co., shipped by
the Alameda, a sack of coin contain
ing live thousand English sovereigns.
Tin: P. M. S. S. Zealandia arrived
yesterday at 11 o'clock, and left
again ;t 2 o'clock for San Francisco.
Bin K. Ci. Roardmun has been ap
pointed Deputy Collector at tho
Custom house in place of E. R.
Mits. J. W. Pflugcr and Bliss
Rerlha von Holt have arrived safely
at Melbourne, after a pleasant voy-
Cai't Crane, of the Schooner llale
akala, reports Hint on Friday niht
the Volcano showed great signs of
Tin: small red llsh called the Ala
luua is in the harbor again. Thous
ands of them were seen from tbo
wharf this morning.
.Mit. .Mi'diTor, oni'iif Ihoilencnn
of Hiirg(.'on'H Motropolltiin Tuber
uiti'lc, Loudon, witt it tlirmigli p.-iH
Hunger on tho .I'liliuidhi.
Tin; Post Ollluo ill-pntdicd 55111)
letters anil llll! papers by llii'AI
iiicda. A i.aikii: slock of l'irliirp mill
Cornice iiioiiI(1Iiij(h, new stylci, at
King I'.ros. 805 ill
Tininr.p.x drunks at tlio Police
Court this morning. $5 and costs
said His Honor, in each case.
' .Mussits. W. G. Irwin & Co., ship
ped by the Alameda, 8003 bags of
sugar, T. II. Davics & Co., 41C!),
Schnefer & Co., 2059.
CitiiTK a number or the olllccrs of
II. It. INI. S. Constance attended
divine service at St Andrews Cathe
dral last evening. The Ilishop
It was thoughtfully and kind of
Mr. Harry O'Neil to furnish this
ofllcc with flics of New Zealand
papers, for which we offer him our
An unusual occurrence took place
at the morning service in St Andrews
Cathedral yesterday. The rite of
baptism was administered to a
Chinese baby, !3' the Rev. Geo.
Tickitts for Rcmcnyi's Conceit
on Friday evening for the Strangers
Friends Socict', can be obtained
of the Hon. Mrs. C. R. Uisliop, Mrs.
Dr. McGrew, and at Wiseman's
A i.akoi: parcel containing cloth
ing, calico, etc., was left at some
house on Saturday last. Will tho per
son having the same kindly leave
them at this olllce. It
Tin: driver of the Woodlawn Dairy
milk wagon ought to have been ar
rested this morning for furious driv
ing on Merchant Street. Such reck
lessness on our public streets ought
not to be tolerated.
Three or four "gentlemen" made
a terrible racket very early Sunday
morning, on the premises of one of
our well known citizens who resides
on Rcretania Street. They may
thank their stars that they were not
Tin: two-mile dash at Kapiolani
Park on Saturday afternoon, between
the horses General Hancock and
Langford jr., was won easily by the
former. Time 3.50. A good start
was made, Langford leading on the
first mile, after which Hancock
forged ahead and never afterwards
gave his opponent a ghost of a
Kdouaiu) Remenyi and his concert
party will give a grand Concert on
Friday evening, the whole proceeds
of which will be given to the Stran
gers' Friend Society. This action
on the part of the master violinist
exemplifies one of tho great charac
teristics of his professional life.
Who cannot but admire such a man?
THE SAN FRANCISCO MAIL SERVICE.
The iV. H. Herald's special
reporter at Wellington says, under
date of Aug. 18th : "I understand
that the Ministry contemplate
making certain alterations in the
San Francisco mail service. It is
assumed that on the termination of
the present contract the New South
Wales Government will abandon
the service altogether, in which
case the New Zealand Government
would endeavour to enter into fresh
arrangements with the Tacilic Brail
Company by which Auckland would
be made the terminal port for their
vessels instead of Sydney as at
present, and Samoa and Fiji would
be included in the route. It is
thought that the latter arrangement
would greatly stimulate the trade
between Auckland and the South
ALL MEMHKHS of Protection Hook
and Ladder Co. No. 1, who are In
arrears of dues will bo expelled at our
next Hegular Meeting, Monday, Sept. 1,
without further notlco, unless they pay
up. Per order,
1 O. WINCHESTER,
S02 4t Foreman.
Svpskv, Aug. I8lh. The greatest
tiiUatlf event of the year in the
world was fought out on the I'ar
ramatta Rlvor, Saturday, between
Australia and Canada, represented
by William lleacli, of Dapla, New
South Wales, and Kdwanl Ilanlau,
of Toronto, Canada, when the
Australian defeated the champion
oarsman of the world by live or six
lengths. A foul occurred in the
race, winch was, however, disallowed
by the umpire, Mr. 1'. J. Clark,
when appealed to. At the time,
Reach appeared to be rowing ills
man down, and Hanlan allowed his
boat to cross Reach's. The Aus
tralian then went away from Hanlan,
who followed, and the New South
Welshman eventually won by live or
six lengths. After the race a most
cordial interview took place between
Reach and Hanlan. The latter ad
mitted that he was beaten, but said
that he was paralyzed by the close
proximity of the steamer Toinki,
which unfortunately bore down too
close to his boat. Hanlan admitted
that ho had wilfully fouled Reach,
because he believed that the latter
had crossed over into his water.
Hanlan expressed a desire to row
another match with Reach within
three months, but Reach positively
refuses to meet the ex-champion
within six months. Clifford also
offered to row Hanlan, but the latter
refused to take up the challenge.
The captain of the steamer Toinki,
who was piescnl, stated that he
was compelled to run close upon
Haitian's boat ui order to avoid
His Majesty's Chamberlain, Col.
C. II. Judd, lefl for San Francisco,
by tho Alameda.
Two Voiiiik HIon
TVRSIUKS SITUATIONS. Cm do
XJ ioujjIi work of any kind. Apply
to J. E. Wiseman, General Hnslncss
Agent, 23 Jferchant st. 805 fit
Dr. J. M. Whitlioy
WILL HE AHSENT from town from
Sept. 1st to Sept. 20th. 803 lw
Premises to Let.
rpiIE IIOUSK and premises known as
JL. tho "Lemon Homestead, at Mu
klki. Possession given Immediately.
Apply to K. A. SCHAEKEU ii Co
Notice to Consignees.
The Am. bark " CEYLON,',
Hnr.Mon, mutter, from Hong
kong, is now ready to ills.
cliaiifc her carco, and eon.
signecs are requested to present their
IiIIIh of lading, pay freight, and take
orders for thoir goods.
C. RHKWER & Co.,
SOO lw Agents hi; Ceylon.
Dissolution of Co-Parlnor-
rpiIK Co-partncr.shlp heretoforo exisl
JL lug between G. Eugllug & Charles
Smith, doing business hi this elty under
ilie llrin naino of Eugliiig & Smith, is
hereby mutually dissolved.
Tho'biislucss will bo continued by C.
Smith, who assumes all liabilities, and
will collect all outstanding accounts.
Honolulu, Aug. !r, 1S31. 802 lw
MH- P. A. DIAS having made mi
assignment of lit property to Mr.
J. HYMAN for the benellt of his eicdl
tors, all pities having any claims
against mid Dins arc requested to pre.
pent them to tho undersigned at tho olllce
ofllyninn Brothers, within thlity dnys
from tliU date.
Honolulu, August 2Gth, 1881. 781 lm
ALVIN II. RASEMANN
PAPER-KULEH and HLANK-HOOK
Hook Hluding of all description neatly
aud promptly executed.
Gazette Hnlldlng . . Merchant st red
G. II. ItOUBRTSON,
Drayman best teams
In town. Olllce, Queen st. lfi
Seasoned Algeroba Wood.
A HOUr TWELVE COltDS or lids
excellent wood for sale by Oahu
.College. May be t-cun on Ilie grounds
800 lw W. C. MEUIUTT.
33TVO &; OO.
Ko. 8 Bf iny; sfrci'f,
vnioa.u 'vii v-i ititnxn:
Has some dried
CALIFORNIA FISH !
!l cents per pound,
ISaeotu ami Hkip-.liink.
A SUIT OK KHONT ItOOMS, nicely
furnished. Apply l No. B Kiikul
street. 770 tf
c. j. McCarthy
(Laic or i In- "Old Cm in i
CeiY'l.ilulyiinintelcl wllh t !-A-tor
Iced Drinks & the Best Cigars
will ahvayi bo found on linud.
MAS .1UST RKOKIVK!) PKl!
A Large New Stock
OK UVKKY DKSUKIPT10N.
TO UK SOLI)
in i-'out sTiti:i:r
Punahou Preparatory School
Kail 'IVim, begins on .Monday,
rpiIK Tiustces are happy lo announce
X that the second year, Mure the
adoption oT the new eoursu of study,
premise to bo vorv Hucoessful. Miss
M. L. 8POOXEH, ii graduate of Mount
Ilolyoke, and for live years past a mem.
her "of the Seminary Faculty, bus been
secured as an instructor at tho College.
It is expected that Hie new Professor
ship of Chemistry and the Natural
Sciences will be filled early In the year.
MISS EMMA V. HALL, an twpcri.
enced teacher, and for some years Prin.
cipal of a Grammar School in Ware,
Mass., comes from that position lo take
cliargo ot tne rumiiiou rrcparaiory
Only a few now pupils can be recciv.
ed at this School, and they will be nd.
milted In order of application, which
must bo made to UEV. C. M. HYDE 1).
D., or to the President of the College.
"SyCatalogucs sent on application.
''piIE premises known as the Windsor
X Restaurant, situated at No. ill
King street, ne.t Waterhouse's (tore,
will be rebuilt and altered to suit any
responsible parties that may need thu
saiuo for business purposes. This pro
position will remain open for ono week
G. W. LINCOLN,
Huilder, 8U King St.
Aug. 2S,x831. 7!)7 1w
to thi: i.aimi'.s or iionoi.iii.i)
DHHSSMAKEH, having relumed,
has icsunml bushier.
Kcitliers Cleaned, Dyed and Curled In
all tho newest t hades.
Corner ot King and Hichard Streets.
I. OAT Jr. &Co.
Dealers In all kinds of
S'AWriOlN J3K V,
The Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at the Gazelle Jlloci.; Merchant
Street ly b
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JOHN A. PAIdltill
Will altend to the collection of
bills, rents & Ivtcp arcoiinlH,
draw legal documents. Lease am!
sell property. Kent rooms, and
transact general business. He will
n No attend to orders aud coiiiini?.
sions of every sort from the other
Inlands, l'atroiiago solicited.
No. CO Hotel Strict, Honolulu.
Telephone, 'J '8. P. O. J5o, :;i7.
Groceiy and L'ccd Store,
Comer King and Niiuanu hlreeK
Krc.-di Gioceriu.innd ProvlsloiiB received
by every Steamer.
P.O. Box 130, Tclcphono 349.
ii U 0
1 5). 0(
Tho Best Lunch in Town,
Tea and OoITec at All Hours
This llnchl HrunilH of Clpi-fl and
Tobacco, always on licinl.
AT TUT. 1'AltK
IS OPEN EVEEY DAY.
C3TTIKI only nca.sldo icsorl in thu
THE " TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
:; Fori SI reel, (CitinpliclI'M Jiloclc.)
::r,o iioy'h i.inkn surra, Host ojiaiuy.,
:W0 HOY'S LINEN SUIT.S, Host Quality.
350 HOY'S LIXHX SUITS, Hiflt Quality.
.lVH'V llUCMJI VIJI
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
G cut's Unlnundertd White Shirts, No.'l quality, nt ij.l.'i'i; oiJSIS pcriloz.
t3Ti'ou Ittii'KahiN ! Ureal Jriuuiim ! iieat ItiirgniiiK !9
Hoy's Sailor Hals, in all colors, only HO Cents.
Anlved by the last steamer one of the Largest Invoice of
Ever imported into tins Kingdom.
180 doen Gent's Slater Stockings (something new) seamless and perfect
tilting, three-ply heels at L'.'i cts pair
Gent's Super Stout Hrittsh Hose, f oamlcss $ l per dozen
Gent's Cmil liiul Hose, silk clocked , 25 c Is pair
Hoy's PEHCALE SHIRTS, bcslqunllty, at .$1.00.
Just leceivGl New Styles of Bout's Dress Suits
A Largo Assortment of
gCSjr3 Gcnfs Boots and JSIioosj, ifjJSI
Latest Styles and LawestJPriccs.
BILLIHGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els., Etc., Elc
- '(T. ".j'1
hjv. J. ' jKy kI li tt Ayjf 1-
Fem-.e Wire ami Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c., tte.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To mnlcii room for a I. arse SlocU or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
Krom London, New York, mid San Franclfro.
All stock on hand during tho next 30 days will be sold Tor cash, '
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OK MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromes,
And a Large Vaiicly of Kaney Goods.
725 lm 3LiYOA.IV -s Oo.
(fiuccr.ssons to kknmidy & co.)
Family Grocers, - - - 67 i 69 Hotel St
Just Kcccivcd ex S S Alamcdn,
Graues, Pears, Plums. Peaclies, Apples and Gelery.
Eastern Oysters in tins.
Anil a full line of Fi-cnIi Hlstnlc SrocorioH.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Uox 207. (702
(I. 1). KlIKKTI
W. C. I'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
"AW iiiiaiiu Siiooi.
llOKOI.I'I.U, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OKKKlt KOH RALK
i (lie Lowest Mnt'UH Etaios
a large and well Hcheled block of
the (JlmiruMniiil most Krtvorlln
I Ol.TK. S,
&(., &c, fie.,
All Goods Guaranteed,
and orders llh'd promptly.
Teleplionii 1(1. P.O, Hox 200.
70:1 Om. ' ' '''
IVlust Rule S
ONLY $1 7.1
ONLY $1 75
ONLY $1 75
Etc.. Etc., Elc.
k Lane Assortment
- KOH ham:
At tho Lowest Prices
at A. S. Clogliorn & Go's
A Good Chance for a Live Man
ON account of fdcliness, 1 want to sell
cut my HAOOAOH EXPHKHS;
'l1. 1i1j TTii.iiiiljij
.. .. r ..-. .. r-r.
'X'lirisc Good IIaixon
I am doing a jrooil IiiisIuoh. but kie id
QUliMtatt 'a V rr'"'JiUf
lc.ivo the country on account of my '
luvtllb. Kniin lull cusli bnviuv ih'piIV.i: ";JJ
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piy. loriuriner nariic.uiiiM can on M .;,w
Hammer, corner King anil Fort His. ' '"
A SMALL unfurnlslicil Qottngc, Inj
thu centra of town, anllablu'for'aii
young iiittii. AUdri'ts "GoltiiKc'' HiilleTfJ
tin onieo. Tifi-.y
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