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tsiu gaily Miujihi.
SUN, MOOII AND 3LA.
All llmu tioin noon of to-dny, Sept. II
Sun Sols" 'I HI.
, yiui Jtii(- it ii.
Moon Solo .1" 2.
High Tide (largo) 2 21).
High Tide (mall) M Ht.
MINII MI WliVIIII'.ll
Hermit limn nmm nf etenln
At'siMi'V.'iu.l Tlirlliiomctci- linlii.
i jh'i mi I ' aili i 'Jh I nil I tfti iim lsii
I ihi.o.I ,tu cri I i.iw il M s 7(1 s I TO s n ik
Wind, N. i:. )llit, Sky, fnlrjbcii, smooth.
Dliiiiumil Hciul, Kept. II, II p. m.
Light N. K. wind.
Stint' .la Mnl.cc from Kaiiul
Stmr ICllaucii lion for Windward mrl
Stmr Mokolll for Vitnlwai it port"
Schr llnleakala for Pepeel.on
Schr Mana for Hnnomii
Schr T.ealil for Koholalelo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
.Sehr Mnlolo for Fanning Island
'IVni Falcon for Poit Town'-end
Schr Mm Ion for Waianae
VESSELS IN PORT.
Itktni! WII Dinionil, Houdlett
Hark Cevlon. Rnrstow
Hark Catallna, William
Tein Eva, Wlkmaii
'IVni Falcon. .laeobson
Forl'aanliaii, ICiikniliaclo and llono
kna, per 0 U l!Ihop, Sot. '-. W II
C'niniiiliig-?, Gov. Win. Daniels, lion. .)
ICKaiinaniaiio midwife, WII Purvis,
wife it maid, .III Walpnllanl, O Mcu
glesen, O P If Wailelina. and about .":i
For JCiiuai. pel Iwat.ml, Sept. 2.
MU3 Sophie Sheldon, Mis Rebecca Tlt
eonib, Mi- Ueeky Tltcoinb, MIs Susan
Titeonib, lion. (! B Palolinu, lion. W
K Jtowell and wife, Hon. P F Koal.ann.
L .J Llonm-on. lion. P Kcnborg, OT
I!ridgtoeke, V Conradt,0 Christian, Mr
and Mis. Makuihi. Master Wright 2,
ICainohai and II! deck.
For Maalaua, Ivoua and ICan, per
Planter, Sept. 2. Hon. .1 IISMaitin,
Hon. L W P K'anealll, Chief Ju.tlco
.Iiuld, -Major Autouc Roa, J E II Good.
Dr. K V Potter, Ocas Dibb, Isaac Slier
wood and wife, S Savidge and son, Sam
ICaeo, AV S Sproull. MU Molllo Rush,
Mrs. Hilght Maipinuplne, MUs Mcle
Rush,,V llltatley, T Turner, MUscs
Knuluino2, G.I Dearlng, Mises Mai tin
2, and 101 deck.
The schooner Malolo has been char
tered by Mr. Gi elg to takchltn to Fanning
Island, wherclio w 111 load cobra foiJS.l' .
and at S. F. she will probably take
freight for some, plantation here."
The Eva will probably load for S. F.
The Inter Island Steam Navigation
Co. icceivcda message by telephone
this a. m. from Waianae, stating that
the Jas Makee struck the reef at alalna
this morning. The damage is thought
to bo slight, probably only dislocating
her rudder. She will go on the Marine
Hallway shortly after her arilval to
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Lyons & Levey will hold their
regular cash sale to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock.
To-mokkow is the fourteenth anni
versary of the proclamation of the
Qi;m: a number of 11 le members
of the Legislative Assembly returned
to their homes yesterday.
A i.Aitor. stock of Picture and
Cornice mouldings, new styles, at
King Bros. 805 3t
Six more drunks at the Police
Court this morning. Twenty-six in
three days isn't at all bad.
Post Master General Whitney
left for Maui yesterday on olllcial
business. He will return on Hatur-
(by' .-. -
A Si'uci.vi. meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge, No. 21, F. & A. M., will be
held at the Hall this evening at 7.30
o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially
OwiNfi to the improved condition
of Her Majesty Queen Kmmu, ex
press drivers and others are once
more permitted to go as they please
past her residence.
Cai'taik Cameron of the schooner
Liloliho reports having been robbed
of his watch and a small amount of
money last evening, from his resi
dence' on Queen street.
. . -o-.
Tmatr. will be a crowded house at
Hemenyi's Concert on Friday even
ing, for the benefit of the Stranger's
Friend Society. (July :i few more
seats remain unsold at Wiseman's.
,A x.vrivn named ICeaitiho was
arrested at the Merchants' Kxchange
yesterday for drunkenness and dis
order. Ho knocked over the screen
and did some damage also to the
chandelier. Tho lire water he took
in almost made liim crazy.
Tiunr. Iiolei at the corner of King
and Alapal utreelH, caused by taking
up the mil way track, have not yet
been tilled in.
Tut; Honolulu lilllcs held their
usual monthly meeting last evening.
Five resignations were accepted and
three new members elected.
II. Ii. II. Princess Likelike having
returned from Hawaii will hold her
usual weekly reception to-morrow
afternoon at her residence, Walkiki.
Tin: quarterly meeting of the
Hoard of Trustees of the Queen's
Hospital will be held at the Chamber
of Commerce, on Friday next at 1 1
Tin: road from Honolulu to the
top of the Pali is now in first rate
condition. It would be blessing if
only half ns much could he said
about the Pali itself.
A mn.t.ocK wagon broke down this
morning on King street near the
Bethel church. Repairs were soon
effected, and the four happy bul
locks proceeded on their journey.
Tm: regular meeting of Mechanics
Fngino Co. No. 2, will take place
to-night at 7.J10 o'clock sharp. Kvery
member is requested to be present,
as business of an impoi taut nature
will be. brought up.
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Mu. L. J. Levey, the auctioneer,
was creating quite a disturbance in
the Anchor saloon this morning.
He was knocking tilings down there
as if they belonged to him. No
arrest was made.
TiiKiu: were thirty-nine persons
present last evening, at the singing
class at the V. M. C. A. Hall, and
also thirteen in the algebra class.
The average attendance at the rooms
Banimasti:ii Berger has composed
a new inarch for the Reformatory
School Band, which was played for
the first time yesterday. It is
dedicated to the Assistant Band
master of the above band.
Tin: Astor House under the man
agement of Mr. R. W. Grannis re
opened last Saturday. Clean cooking
and attention to guests is made a
speciality. Boys it will pay you to
patronize a white man. Board for
S5 and SO per week. Open from C
A.M. tO 9 I'.M. 80G
Dn. Henri McGrew has received
instructions from the Board of Health
to board every steamer and other
vessels arriving from tho Colonics,
before coming iu to the harbor.
This action is on account of the out
break of small-pox in Australia, and
Good afternoon, Governor Domi
nis. How is it there were no pro
grammes at the Band Concert last
evening, at the Square? We used
to have them until recently. Hope.
to sec them distributed at the next
Tun editor of our morning con
temporary, in a sermon to youth
yesterday, warned them against
entering a certain saloon through a
newspaper shop connected therewith.
He told them the community would
respect them if they took the most
open route to the saloon, but would
despise them if they sought a drink
under the pretence of going for a
newspaper. Shortly after the paper
appeared, the editor, forgetting his
advice or disdaining the thought of
him being regarded as a hypocrite,
attempted to reach the fountain of
his inspiration through the news
paper shop. He was confronted,
however, at the inner door by the
inscription, "Editors must go the
other way," and had for once to
make his preaching and practice
coincide. Perhaps this experience
will leach him that tho preachers of
vice, like those of virtue, must them
selves lead the way to where they
Tm: other day a private citizen, a
soldier and a lawyer all well known
here, got into conversation on the
subject of fencing. The citizen got
excited and stid he would match his
fiieud the lawyer against the soldier
for any amount. The lawyer with
expanded breast nodded his assent,
and the soldier did the same. While
the conditions were being named,
tho soldier whispered to a friend, to
fetch his toils, masks and also the
jackets. Unfortunately the conversa
tion wa't overheard h the Inwvor.
who turned white as a sheet nl the
mention of such formidable m tides of
defence, and pulling out his watch,
suddenly remcuibeied he had u case
to attend to, and disappcatcd. Thus
was btoiight to a sudden termination
what might have been an eiciling
Tin: Brt.tr.Tix boys had their
stomachs tickled tlU moinlng, with
a consignment nrlngcr ale and soda
water, from their late editor, for
which they desire to express their
Alio, the Cliinanian arrested for
having opium in his possession, was
lined this morning S-'iO and two
mouths' imprisonment al hard labor.
An appeal was noted to the Interme
Mn. F. Ilayseldcn did not buy
the Miles jackass as reported yes
terday. The bargain was off. ..b
vertiser. The son-in-law docs not really
require the animal while the Gov
ernment commands the services of
Yi:.vrr.ttmY afternoon, a native
in a beastly drunken condition, was
driving a horse attached to a heavy
dray along Queen street, when he
ran into Mr. West's carriage which
was standing outside of his manu
factory. Fortunately no damage
Tm: Band concoct at Kiuma
Square last evening was not so
largely attended as usual. The
programme was finely played by the
boys, and included Reinenyi's
March, conducted by the composer.
It was rc-dcinaiulod but not res
English raw-sugar inports have
increased from 18, (if) 1,000 cwt. in
1881 to 20,3.ri7,000 cwt. in 1883;
re-exports, from 275,000 cwt. iu
1881 to 701,000 cwt. in 1883; net
imports, from 18,370,000 iu 1881 to
19,053,000 in 1883, being an increase
on the last item of 1 ,277,000 ; refined
sugar exports, from 909,000 cwt. to
1,150,000 cwt. in 1883, an increase
Mn. Chas. Furneaux, the artist,
has in his study, nearly completed, a
masterly half-length poi trait of one
of our well-known young ladies. For
solidly good technique and truthful
ness of every sort, color, (lesh,
modelling and drawing, nothing
superior to this portrait has ever
been produced in Honolulu. The
same artist has made some beautiful
little sketches during his recent tour
of this island. Ho left yesterday for
a two weeks, trip on Hawaii.
W. H. PAGE,
KOUOLULU CARRIAGE UIIFACNUV,
NOS. 128 and 130 FORT STUKKT
(opposito Pantheon Stables)
HONOLULU, II. I.
The Manufactory contains a complete
Carriage Shop, blacksmith Shop, l'alnt
Shop, and Trimming Shop.
DRAYS AND TRUCKS,
HAND CARTS, &C., iiO,
Made to Order on most favoiahh terms
anil all work guaranteed.
Tlitt HoH'Mt Attention kIvcii to re
pair work ol'ntl MiiiIh.
Having been in business on the hiatal
for a niimbor of years employing uono
but tho most Skillful of Mi'iiliaulcs, anil
using only Al .Material, I can strictly
guarantee all won; leaving my Manu
factory. Give me a call beforo purchasing
Don't forget tho 1aee.
1-Maml 130 FORT STUKKT.
ocposiri: dodii'h sr.uiiiKs.
W. H. Page,
c. j. McCarthy
(I, It" nf llif "(Hi) I , , i. )
fafiri itch ( unm ell-1 with tin
A tor lion i' "X6U
lend Drinks & (he Rest Cigars
will alii , be round on lianil.
HAS JUST UEOIUVKl) 1'KH
A Large New Stock
LailB8a. Genis' ft cmidnta's
or i:vi:ry dksuriim'iox.
to m: sold
ill FORT STRKIH'.
Punahou Preparatory School
Kail Tcini, it-gins on Monday,
rjMIK Trustees are happy lo announce
JL that llio seeoiul year, Miiee the
adoption of the new runrsu of study,
pi utilises to bo vcrv Hiiicx-fnt. Mi-s
M. I.. Sl'OOXKR, a' graduate or .Mount
Holyoke, and for live years past a mem.
her or the Semimiy Faculty, has been
secured us an iustnictor at thu College.
It is expected that the nuw I'rofestor
sliip of Chemistry and thu Natural
Sciences be tilled eailv in tho year.
MISS K.MMA V. HALL an e.speil
enucd teacher, and for some years 1'rin.
cipal of a (irnmmar School in Ware,
Mn.ss., comes from that position to take
chargo of the I'unahoii Preparatory
Only a few new pupils can bo receiv
ed at this School, and they will be nil.
initlcd in order of application, which
must bo made to REV. C. M. HYDE 1).
I)., or to tho Piesldent of the College.
"Catalogues sent on application.
'"fIIE premises known as tho Windsor
X Restaurant, situated at No. Ill
King street. nct Waterliouso'.s store,
will bo ie-built and altered to suit any
lesponsiblc paitles that may need the
Mine for business purposes. This pro
position will remain open for ono week
G. W. LINCOLN.
Iluildcr. 80 King St.
Ang.23, 188J. 797 lw
TO Till: IiAIMI'.K OT IIOXOM'M!
DRESSMAKER, having returned,
has lcsumed business.
Fcatliuts Cleaned, Dyed audCuilediu
all tho newest shades.
Coiner of King and Richard Streets.
J. M. OAT Jr. & Co.
Dealers Iu nil kinds of
STATIONE 11 V,
The Latest Foreign P.ipcr.1 always on
hand at tho Gazette Jitock, Merchant
Stieet ly b
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JOHN A. PAOIKIt
Will attend to tho collection ot
bills, renin, &c. Keep accounts,
diaw legal documents. Lease and
sell propel ly. Kent rooms, and
transact general business. He will
al-o attend to orders and commis
sions of every sort from thu other
M mils. Paliomigo solicited.
No. 03 Hotel Street, Honolulu.
Telephone, 'JDS. V. O. llov, !!!)7.
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Comer King mid Nuuanii stiects.
Fresh Groceries and Provisions itcclved
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 340.
The Best Lunch in Town,
Tea and Coffeeat All Hours
Tho finest Brands of Oigara and
Tobacco, always on hand.
AT Till: I'.MIK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
ESrTho only sca-shlc resort Iu llio
THE " TEMPLE OF FASHION,
WJ J-'ort Street, (Campbell's Jtlouk.)
a'.0 hOVb LINEN SUITS, Hct (Juallty
3-.0 ROY'S LINEN .SPITS, llwt Quality
3G0 HOY'S LINI-N SPITS, 15ml Quallly
75 tloz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1. $
G cut's Unlaundcml White Shirts, No.ll quality, at !.L'J5 ; oiIS per doz.
CSTUrvut lSiii'KuhiH ! iivvat Kurganis ! (di-cnt Itn renins :
Boy's Sailor J rats, in all colors, only 50 Cents.
Arrived by the last steamer one ot the Largest Invoices of '
Ever Imported inlo tins Kingdom. jJ
180 ilo7cu Gent's Slater Stockings (something new) seamless and perfect 'f
fitting, thiee-ply heels ut 05 ctt imlr: d
punt's Super Stout British Hose, lounlcss $.fcr doVcirH
Ocnt's Card Inal I lose, silk cloaked ,r, cts 1 pnlrfl
Roy's PKRCALE SHIRTS, be.slppialily, al $1.00. ,P
Just Receivefl New Styles of Gent's Dress suite J
A Large Assortment of
2r Gront;s .TBoot nnl fSlioos,
Latest Style and Lowe'tlPrices.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements, '&
Cts., Elc, Clc. '-SX&S?.
Sit. "ft Ml ll1 " ift U H VJM K
Keueo AVireancl Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty. ,t
Paints, Vju-nishes, Tur)eniine, V
House FiirniHliiiier Goods, Plated Ware, &e., &c. i
Selling at Cost
To innko room roe n
New Goods to
From London, New York,
All stock on hand during lite next
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,'
AND ALL KINDS
l.ii.ln. C!u I.wl. ........ ai
j ...... i ui.i3, ijuuiiiiMii aoin,
riluiii-a r i,ii..v..j i.,;..i:... t. ....., ,:.. m i.W
Ami a i.aigo vaiicty
.Iii.t Received ex
Grapes, Pears, Plums. Peita, Annies M Celery. I
Eastern Oysters in tins.
And full line i Fi-cmIi Slnplv (SrorcripH.
Island Orders solicited. Tclcpliouc
. i). riiilCTii.
w. c. PEACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
tt.'t Xiiiiiuiii Siiect.
1IONOI.U1.II, 11. t.
WINE & SPIRIT
Geiieral Commission Merchants,
OFFKR FOR 8ALR
i tlu I,mv'h Mnrkt'l ltats
a largo and y selected stock of
the Choicest and most F.ivovlle
Jtc, &.C, Ap.,
All Goods Guaranteed,
aud oideis lllli'd promptly.
Telephone in. P. O. l!o !!C(I.
Must Rule !
JN1.Y it IB J
ONLY fl 7ft
ONLY .$1 7ft v
mm Etc.. Etc.. Elc.
for 30 Days !;
I.ar-e Ktork or
and San Francis o. '
30 days will bo sold for cash, '
OF MUSIO OOODS.
n 4.... mi.i vS
. . . Otfc
of Fancy Goods. jrw
LYCAN Ac Co.
ki:nni:dy & ro.)
67 & 69 Hotel St
S S Alameda,
P. O. Hox 297. (7C2
A Lane Assorliini
At. the LowcBt PriceB
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's 'J
731 lm 'W
A Good Chance for a Live Matf '
rN account of sickness. I wanttosell-'A
v oui niy iiAViUAUK JSAI'ilESS.
Xhroo Good IToism; &
I am doing a good lnislnet,s, butliuo tJ
leavo tho country on account ot myH
lieiillh. None but cash buyers need an-Fl
niy. For further particulars call on bXtfl
Hammer, corner King and Fort sts. SSJ
Im P. SMITH, "iff
SMALL unfurnished Cnttagc.-rinif
the centre of town. snltubl tnrtM
young man. Address "Oottago' Hullcyi
n Office. MtJi
1 1. t.3. hbf , ' i.
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