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TUKSDAY, .SKITHMIIKIt'.', 188-1.
SUII, MOON AND SEA.
All time from mum of lo-dny, Sept, I
Sun Seta (I li.
tfun KWcx 17 II.
M Odil Set II fill.
HlgliTldti (large) (I HO.
High Title (inall) ...Ill (III.
WISH ANI WK.MIIIIIt
Itrruril liom iiiion of ji'U'rdny!
Atll""lul Tlici-iiiomctcf lluln.
I 41i ' I llli I 'Jill II 2li I till I lHli (o 18h
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Wind, N. );. llftlit; Sky, fiilr;si-u, mmleriitii
I)l:imoii(l llcail, Sept. -', "tp.M.
Light N. K. wind.
StinrMokolll from Windward port
Stmr Kiiiiiu for Windward poit
Stmr Iwiiliuil for Kauai
Stmr I'luntcr for AVIndward port
Stmr C H UMioii for llniunkun
Sehr Kckauluolii for Kinisilel
111$ MS Constance for llllo
Ilktuo Amellii for Pint Towifend
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kllaneu lion for Windward ports
Stmr Mokolll for Wlndwaid ports
Sclir Halcakala for l'epcekeo
Sehr lana for llonomn
Selir Leiilil for Kobolalulo
For Kidiiilul per Likellke, Sept. 1.
-Miss Alien Kapoll Iiaiiapl. Mrs. .T W
lfalna, MIsiLovell, Or. Whitney and
Wife, L L IMeo and 2 elilldriin, Mr and
Mrs. T K Kviins, Mi4 Clio Stuart, Dr.
Endow, 1'XMakee, XV If Campbell, .1
DMailln, J II IteM, W l'ennell, SIC
I'na, .) M IC Kea, C, U-wnl, .1 W Keeard
For Windward ports per Kinan, Sept.
2. A II Smith, Mr Furiieaux, Kov.
Fo.ibe-f, L Severance, Mr Uiehnrdson &
A 1$ Lobemtein. K J Xiehols, SFChtll
Ingworth, .) M Kanila, U Xotlev, Mies
M & K Aiild, Capt. Taylor & daughter,
5 Xowlln & wife, S Kauhane, M Kau
haue, 11 Kiiilielanl, Ml lllllebraud,
MNs.I Stupplebcen, Mi,. Chamberlain
6 child, MM Kvoivtt. Miss K Parker,
Miss 11 Parker, MM C Low, 1. Vonteni
" SHIPPING NOTES.
The Ceylon has llnHicd discharging.
She is moored near the llli-imirkct
making ready to receive freight and
passengers for Hongkong.
Stmr Mokolil brought 110 bags of
sugar, 50 bheep, 70 pigs and bags of taro.
The Falcon will probably lRiIli dis
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Hr.it Majesty Queen Emma is still
Roau Supervisor Hart is still at
work'on the Palama road.
The Honolulu Rides meet for their
usual weekly drill this evening.
To-day is the anniversary of the
birthday of II. H. II. Princess Liliu
okalani. A i.Aitm: stock of Picture and
Cornice mouldings, new styles, at
King "Bros. " 805 3t
Sixnixn class at the Y. M. C. A.
hall this evening at 7.30 o'clock,
under the direction of Mr. Yarndicy.
II. 15. M. S. Constance left at noon
for Ililo and other ports, having on
board the Nritish Commissioner,
Tin: S. S. Alameda dipped her
Hag, yesterday, when passing II. B.
M.S. Constance. The latter returned
Lawyuus S. 1$. Dole and W. A.
Kinney left for Waialua this after
noon to attend the hearing of a much
contested water case.
Dr. ami Mrs. Damon, Mr. V. Damon
and wife, expect to arrive in Hono
lulu October 8th.
Wi: hear a grand reception will bo
tendered lions. John Richardson and
li. "W. P. Kancalii, the Independent
members for Maui, on their arrival
Somuoxi: asks who painted those
coops used on Saturday night. "We
forget the name of the artist just
now, but probably it will Kohm to
Wr. regret to learn that Mr. David
McCaitnoy, of Benson, Smith & Co.
lies seriously ill .it his residence with
In the Police Court this morning,
Ah Ung was charged with selling
imported goods without a license.
IIu was lined $10, and in default 20
It was reported that Minister
Gibson would leave to-dtty for a
trip to Lanai. But we are compelled
to commiserate him on his failure to
obtain leave of absence.
Tin: 1 M. S.S, Australia will be
due on .Saturday from San Francisco,
with diilus lo the ;)Ulli of August.
A niiAMi clearance salu is going
on at Hie great I. X. U. store, corner
(if Niiiinnii and CJucen streets, (luods
are being ohl below cost.
Tin: postpiincd sale at (lie Anchor
Saloon, consisting of stock, furniture,
etc., will take place lo-moi row morn
ingnt 10 o'clock by Lyons & Levey,
Sr.vi:x more drunks at the Police
Court this morning. The usunl fine
of r with costs was doled out to
them by his Honor. Drunkenness
appears to be on the increase.
K'i:mi:kyi's violin', the "Princess,"
was made by Antonius Stradivarius,
in Cremona, 170."), and lias a world
wide celebrity for its beauty of tone
and exquisite golden varnish.
Kxrmtinxci: causes us to think
that the telephone, altogether, Is
an exasperating, soul-worrying, ear
torturing, patience-destroying, profanity-encouraging,
article of furniture.
Two Chinese policemen have ar
rested a fellow countryman, Alio,
for having opium in his possession.
He was brought up this morning,
and remanded until "Wednesday.
MrUusscll appears for him,
Mn. M. M. Scott, principal of
Fort Street School, believes in hav
ing tilings done in black and white.
To properly carry out his idea, lie
is having a new set of blackboards,
of improved design, made for his
Tickuts arc selling like hot cakes
for the charitable concert on Friday
evening. It was fun to sec the
benedicts, bachelors and young men
trying to evade the bevy of ladies
who were round this morning, selling
tickets. No use, though, they were
Hi:mi:xyi speaks "English as she
is spoke". Once, at a social gather
ing in 'Washington, after rendering
one piece on the programme, he said
to a lady who was congratulating
him: "You bet I done got dat
piece played up like a brick, and
don't you forget it."
Tin: Astor House under the man
agement of Mr. R. W. G ramus re
opened last Saturday. Clean cooking
and attention to guests is made a
speciality. Boys it will pay you to
patronize a white man. Hoard for
S.r) and SO per week. Open from C
a.m. to 0 p.m. 800
Mn. Charles Turner and Miss
Annis Montague are at prscnt sing
ing at the Theatre Royal, Sydney, in
Sullivan's Operas, Pirates of Pen
zance and Patience, and are meeting
with great success. Mr. Williamson,
one of the managers of this Theatre,
was a through passenger by the
At the Regular Monthly Meeting
of Protection Hook & Ladder Co.
No. 1, held last evening at .their
hall, the following olllccrs were
elected for the ensuing year : Clias.
"Winchester, Foreman ; Geo. Norton,
Asst. Foreman; J. II. Murray,
Secretary; W. K. Hcrrick, Treas
urer. Six Chinese were charged in the
Police Court yesterday with violat
ing the Sabbath by gambling. In
the room adjoining the one where
they were arrested, it was after
wards learned that between four
and live hundred dollars was on the
table. It was overlooked by the
police. They all forfeited their
bail of S10.
Tin; Detroit Free J3ress has the
following about our Legislative
Assembly: "All of the speeches in
tiie House are translated by nn inter
preter from Hawaiian to English,
and ice versa. It must tax the
Ilawaiinu language pretty severely
at limes. It is said that the spec
tacle of the interpreter hopping
around, endeavoring to cope with
the tlucnt vindictive of an angry
minister, is a sight for gods and men
to weep over."
Is one column of yesterday's
issue the Advertiser insinuates that
the Opposition anticipated unfair
conduct for their benefit from the
President they elected, and that
they were disappointed in the dif
ferent result. An article in ail ad-
jacpiit column question", the tnte of
the Hon. V. 0. Smith In moving a
resolution of thanks lo I ho Presi
dent for ids able and linpatlial
course in the chair. It was certainly
bad taste to spoil in advance a false
accusation the Atlrrrlisvr was con
coding against the goiillcinen of the
Wouic lias commenced In earnest
on the Rite for the boat house for the
Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club.
Mr. Thomas, the contractor, is now
putting in the concrete piers. There
will bo thirty-eight of them alto
gether, and he expects lo have tlicni
all finishcd'by the end of the week.
Tin: Friend for September conies
promptly to hand. A full account
of the vo3'agc and shipwreck of the
Morning Star is given, also, the ad
dress on Y. M. C. A. work, recently
delivered by Mr. C. S. Mason, Gen
eral Secretary. No. -1, editorial
jottings, a letter from S. C. Damon
and a few items complete the num
ber. AVe notice that the advertising
page lias been corrected at last.
Last night the wharves were
crowded with professional and
amateur fishermen, busily engaged
in hauling in the small red lisli
whose appearance in the harbor
is said to he the forerunner of the
death of some ji. The waters of
the harbor were literally alive with
the flinry individuals, andthe sports
men on shore were so well rewarded
by their success in capturing them
Hint they kept the gay festivity
going till a late hour.
Is the course of his sermon, Sun
day evening, at the English Church,
Bishop Willis spoke of the increase
of profanity. And rightly too, for
in tliis city it appears to lie generally
indulged in. It is not confined to
any particular class ; jt seems to lie
general and indiscriminate. If peo
ple will swear, by all means prevent
them from forcing the refined to
listen to their outrageous utterances
and coarse brutalities. The author
ities should take cognizance of this
crime against decency and morality.
A ciiAUTKii lias been granted to
Messrs. C. Alec and Goo Kim, to
incorporate the "United Chinese
Society," a charitable and mutually
benevolent association. Its capital
is not to exceed at any one time
$200,000, and its record of proceed
ings is to be subject to the inspec
tion of tiie Minister of the Interior.
As the wealthly Chinese have been
liberal to the charitable organizations
of other nationalities, it is not too
much for the Chinese Society to ex
pect the substantial sj'mpaths of
Christiana in their humane project.
Caiidixai. Maccabe has written a
letter approving of the course taken
by certain members of the Dublin
corporation in refusing to support a
candidate for the lord maj'o rally on
the ground that he is a Freemason.
The Cardinal says he cannot under
stand how a Catholic could in
conscience or honor help to place
a Freemason in the olllcc of first
magistrate of the Catholic city of
Dublin. The succession of revolu
tions that have shaken society for
the century can, ho says, be easily
traced to Masonry, a confederation
organized for the unlioliest purposes.
iV. Z. Herald.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Hand will give a moonlight
concert this '.Tuesday evening, at
Emma Square, in honor of II. I?. II.
Princess Liliuokalani's birthday.
Following is the programme:
Overture Frolicsome. Students. .Suppu
Waltz Laura Mlllocker
Selection The Loiubardlans Verdi
Grand March Honolulu Miles and
King's Own Iteincnyl
Selection Pi rates of Penaneo. Sullivan
Waltz Medley Schmidt
Qimdrlllu Lllliiokahinl Herger
Elelle, Ahlwela and Hawaii Ponol.
P. Johnson, for drunkenness, was
Ah Ling, for assault and battery on
Kawelo on the i".lth inst., was lined
l Davis, remanded from the 21th
inst., was lined S10 for drunkenness.
Waluwckona, refusing to maintain
and support his wife during last
month, was ordered to return and
He that refuseth instruction des
plseth his own soul.--SoIoinon.
c. j. McCarthy.
(Late of the "Old Conier i
CaVlilely i-iimiiiliil with tin
Astor I Ion e -YtU
Iced Drinks & the Best Cigars
will always be found on hum).
IIAS.IUST HKCKIVBD I'BIl
A Large Wew Stock
' 0. f I
OF EVKUY DKSU1UPITON.
TO BE SOLD
HTTP ATI TiflTI flAfil
111 POUT STHKKP.
Funnhou Preparatory School
Fall Term, begins on Monday,
rpiIK Trustees are happy to aunoiineu
X that the fli'coml jenr, since the
adoption of the new course of stud',
pruniUei lo bo very successful. Mits
.M. h. Sl'OOXKlt, u graduate or Mount
Ilolyoke, and for live ycais past a iiicni.
her of the. Seminary Faculty,, has been
secured us an instructor at thu College.
It is expected that the now Professor,
ship of Chemistry and the Xnliirnl
Sciences will be tilled early in thu year.
MISS EMMA V. HALL an experi.
enccd teacher, and for some years Prin
cipal of a (inimuiar School In Ware,
Mass., comes from that position to take
charge of the Punnhou Preparatory
Only a few new pupils can be reeeiv.
ed at tliis School, and they will be ad.
mltted in order of application, which
must bu made to HEW C. M. HYDE 1).
I)., or to the President of the College.
E2?"Calnlogue3 sent on application.
npiIE premises known as thu Windsor
JL ltcstiiurunt, situated at No. !)1
King street, next "Wntcrhouse'.s store,
will be rc-built and altered to suit any
responsible pat lies that may nued the
same for business purpose. This pro
position will remain open for one week
G. W. LINCOLN.
llulldur, 80 King si.
Aug. 22, lSSL 71)7 lw
to tub: liAinr.s or noNoi.iri.n
DHKSSMAKKK, having returned,
had lesumed lmsinc?.
Feitheis Cleaned, Dyed and Curled In
all thu newest thades.
Comer of King and Kiehard Streets.
J. M.OATJr. &Co.
Dealers hi all kinds of
The Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at the Gazelle JlocX; Merchnnt
Street ly li
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JOHN A. PAIiHKIt
Will attend to the collection of
bills, rents, &c. Keep account,
draw legal documents. I.easo and
sell' properly. Kent rooms, and
.transact general business.",.' IIu will
also attend to orders and conimi?-
sioih of every sort from the other
l-d mils. Patronage solicited.
No. 00 Hotel Stieet, Honolulu.
Telephone, 278. P. O. lio., !ifl7.
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Comer King and Nuunnii streets.
Fiesh Groceries and Piovisions received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 349.
Tho Best Lunch in Town,
Tea and Ooffco at All Hours
Tlio llncst Uramla of Cigars and
Tobacco, always on nand.
AT TIIE l'AHK
IS OPEN EVEEY DAY.
E3TTlio only senfsido resort In Hits
Beaver 4 Saloon
THE " TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
5.' Tori Sh'tM't, (CtuiiiilMtll'H Block.)
!W0 HOY'S LINF.N SUITS, Ilesl quality
H.-O HOY'S LLVKN SUITS, Iiest Quality
MO HOY'S LINEN SUITS, Iksl Quality
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1;
O cut's Unlaunilercd White Shiits, No.'l quality, at $,1.25; oiIS per doz.
KTdiroiit HnrgniiiK ! Ureal Hai-guiim ! Ureal Knrtfiiiiis :t9a
Hoy's Sailor Hats, in all colors, only 50 Cents.
Arrived by the last steamer one of the Largest Invoices of
$3 3-EJINTrJ?'S HOSIBKY -51
Kvcr Imported into this Kingdom.
180 dozen Cent's Slater Stockings (something new) seamless and perfect
iiuing, uireo-niy neels at 25 cts pair , ji
Qenls Super Stout llritlsh Hose, fonnless .ft per do.en ,''
Gent's Cardinal Hose, silk clouked .25 ct" pal" 1
Hoy's PKHCALE SHIRTS, bcsljqunllly, at $1.00.
Jost Receivea iff StFles of Gent's Dross Suits -i
A Largo Assortment of
ECS?5 Kent's Boots ixna fcsUiocs,
Latest Styles and Lowest Prices.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
sii-, rjw.u. . .
fes. wrr3!fcw!A.-j j )
3T " ,?!!, trnwybiffy tfilWl?J?Am2Jt!mFTt K I
llocs, VrPraSW" Harrows,
Cts.. He, Do. ifejl-jaSSSIA nic.. Etc., Elc
Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
J fottse Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To liiuUci room for n l.nrsc Hloek or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, nnd San Francisco.
All slock on hand during tho next
ronsktlng in part or
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
.AND AM, KINDS OF MUSIC CiOOI)5.
Parlor Sets, Hedrooni Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromes,
And a Largo Variety of Fancy OoodH.
725 Tin LYOAN & Co.
Eastern Oysters in tins.
Anil a lull line wi Fresh Staple i!rorei'ic.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No, 210. 1 O. IJov 207. (7C2
(I. I). titJ'.KTII.
W. C. PEACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
.'t Xinmiiu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gcncral Commission Merchants,
OJ-TKH KOIt SAM!
At lltf Lowest .IIiuKet Kates
a lingo and well selected Mock or
the Cliolrist mid mot Fuvorllc
&!., &('., ttec,
All Goods Guaranteed.
and orders tilled pioniptly.
Teli'plioni! '10. 1. O. Hox 300,
IVSust Rule I
only $1 ;r,
ONLY $1 7fi
ONLY $t 75
30 days will be sold for cash, ' '
ki:nni:i)v & co.)
67 & 69 Hotel St
ux S S Alamctta,
A Lane Assortment
AT I ft nui
- rou eai.i:
At tho Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleyliorn & Co's
A Good Chance for a Live Man
ON account of ulckueEii, I want to sell
cut my llAGOAQL EXI'ltESS,
ULAVO SotN Ilai'lIOHK,
'.Tln'co Good IToi'Mum
I am dolii;,' a good InisinchS, luit huvo to
leavo tlio country on account of my
health. None but cash Imycra need ap
ply. For further particulars call on O.
Hammer, corner King and Fort fits.
774 lm P. SMITH.
A SMALL unfurnished Cottage, in
the centre of town, suitable for a
young man. Address "Cottage" Hullc