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TIH'IIKDAY, SKIT. I, ISKI.
SUN, MOON ADD SEA.
All time from noon of to-day. Sept. I
Sum Set II !'..
Sun Rliv 17 II.
.Moon Set IT IS,
High Thin (law; it 00.
IligliTlde (smtill) 15 :10.
WISH AMI WI'.UMI'.II
IIk mil Imin iiiiiiii of yeMenliiy
il'ffilil. Thermometer Itiiln.
4ll I III) I '-Mil II 2Il I ll Idll III.) 18M
I 3(1.11.1 I 30.irl I 30.12 SIO I 7SS 7113 u.01
Wind, X. I). light; bl.y. fair; Sen, Hinnotli.
Diamond llcml, Sept. I, Ilp.M.
Light N. K. wind.
Hehr Mnlnln for Panning Island
Tern I'alcon for l'ort Townsend
Schr .Million for Wnlauao
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
VESSELS IN PORT.
N Uklne W II Wniond, Ifotiilh-lt
Hark Cevlon. ltarstow
Hark Ca'tallna, Wllllamt
Tern Eva, Wlkman
From Kauat, AValanao & Walalnu, per
Stmr. Jus JInkce, Kept.!!. FRurr, Rev.
Sylvester and about 10 dock.
Passengers for Fanning Islands per
clir Malolo, Sept. 4. Sir. W. Greig.
" SHIPPING "NOTES. "
Stmr .lai Jlnkeo brought 54 bags of
sugar, i!l bags of rice ami 40 bag of
The Ceylon will Mill for Hongkong on
The Y II Dimoml has moved to the
O. S.S. wharf to llnlli discharging and
The dredge ll-died up i-oine mooring
cable near the cattle lauding this inoru
lng. The .las Makce U on the Marine Kail
way having a new rudder put on and
her shoe repaired and will probably will
on Saturday mornhig at 10 o'clock.
The .his Malee will receive freight to.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Fun. inoon to-morrow night.
Tm; Str. Mokolii left last evening
for Molokui, taking several lepers.
Only one drunk at the Police
Court this morning. This is a de
Mk. J. M. Sass lias gone to the
Coast to fetch the new steamer for
the Tnter Island Stcoin Navigation.
Tiiniti: is nothing like the Macncalo
& Urban safes for standing fire and
heat. Mr. C. O. Burger is the Hono
Tin: Almanac says tiiat "Dog-days
end" to-morrow. It is to be hoped
this applies to the hundreds of dogs
on Emma street.
Ri:v. Sercno Bishop will conduct
a class on scientific subjects, the
second Thursday in each month at
the Y. M. C. A. Hall.
Mn. W. Gregg the owner of Tan
ning's Island, left on the schooner
Malolo at noon, to (lnd out
whether his properly is still existing.
Two passengers aru already booked
lo leave on the S.S. Australia, Mrs.
J. S. "Webb and Miss Ireland,
ltcincnyi and his party leave by the
.Tonus Hollo Brown ! Where are
you going in such a hurry? Brown
Why, I'm, going to try and get
,some tickets for Rcnionyi's Benefit
' Conceit. I hear they are nearly all
Kanui, ex-policeman and latterly
employed by Hackfcld & Co., was
arrested at noon, for stealing two
pairs of pants from ono of the clerks
of that Arm. His case will come up
Tin: wharves were well lined last
evening with, fishermen of all ages,
after the small red llsli. We heard
of one native woman who is so fond
of them, that she was eating tlieni
for throe hours and a half yester
, -- .
Many of our readers will remem
ber the yacht Wanderer owned by
Mr. .1. C. Lambert, which called
here in .September, 1881, while on a
voyage round tliu world. A book
has been written describing the voy
age. We received a copy by the last
mail from Mr. Lambert. It is an
exceedingly well gotten up volume,
and contains some most beautiful
colored illustrations. The time
spent on these islands is described in
a very interesting maimer.
Alio, the Chinaman found guilty
yesterday of having opium In his
poiM'Hiloii, and who appealed to the
Intermediary Court, has withdrawn
Ills appeal, anil Is now wearing a
suit of blue and brown.
Tin: Aslor House under the man
agement, of Mr. 11. V. (irnnnis re
opened last Saturday. Clean cooking
and attention to guests is made u
speciality. Hoys it will pay you to
patronize a white man. Board for
So and SO per week. Open from C
a.m. to !) I'.M. 80G
Wu hear a rumour that the Hon.
L. Aholo of Lahaina hns been ap
pointed Special Commissioner at
Washington, 1). C. Furthermore that
he will arrive here by the Kinnti on
Saturday, and take passage by the
S. S. Mariposa.
Tni:m: is a great deal of sickness
round town, especially among young
children. One of our well known
doctors states there is likely to be
more if this weather continues.
What is wanted is a good hclivy
Kona storm. Let us hope that in
the next few days we may have one.
J. M. Oat & Co. arc going to
issue a post otllce time table, giving
time of arrival and departure of all
Inter Island Steamers. Also post
olllcc money order and mail notices.
It will be issued monthly. Intending
subscribers can sec a specimen sheet
at their store.
Mkchanics Engine Co. No. 2 held
their regular meeting last evening.
Frank May, the fireman who made
the demand for money from Mr.
Pico, sent in his resignation, which
was at once accepted. This saved
him being expelled from the com
pany, which was intended. Four
new members were elected, the re
maining business being of the usual
, .-. 1
An item of news in this issue, re
garding amendments to the French
constitution, will perhaps have its
interest increased on account of to
day being the anniversary of the
Republic of France. Another para
graph in our foreign news summary
gives the views of the heir to the
throne of England upon the political
situation in that country.
In the Civil Court this morning
the case of Mrs. Ilecly vs. J. W.
Macflc, was heard before Judge
Bickcrton. The plaintiff is a pro
fessional nurse and sued the defend
ant for 70 services rendered. After
His Honor had heard a large amount
of somewhat conflicting evidence, he
gave a verdict for plaintiff for
$20.85. Mr. Ashford, who appeared
for plaintiff, noted an appeal to the
- i ' -
Tin: funeral of the late David
McCartney, Jr., took place yesterday
afternoon from St. Andrew's Cathed
ral and was attended by a large
number of sympathizing friends,
The impressive burial service was
read by the Rev George Wallace,
and two appropriate hymns were
sungbythechoir. The floral tributes
were quite numerous. Benson, Smith
and Co.'s store was closed through
out the day.
. . .
Many persons, variously afflicted,
may find both the cause and the
cure of their ailments in the follow
ing arrangement of them, with its
suggestive acrostic :
K idncy affections,
Y ellow jaundice.
Last Saturday evening between
thchoursof 7 ami 10.30o'clock some
one entered the residence of Capt.
Cluney, corner of Queen and Punch
bowl streets, broke open a box
belonging to'tlie Captain and stole
money and jewelry to tho amount
of 870. A box belonging to A. T.
Baker, veterinary surgeon, was also
broke open and S3 worth of Spanish
coins about one hundred years old
carried off. No clue to the thief or
thieves has yet been obtained.
It is not generally known that
Gen. Hancock's congratulations to
Governor Cleveland took this form:
Govr.itNoii's Island, July 11.
To Grover Cleveland:
I know how to feel for you. I have
been there myself. I doubt not that
you will bo just us much elected as I
was four yearn ago. Put a cheerful
courage on, lemembciing Hint some
one had to be sacrificed mid do try
and regard defeat merely us it local,
inconsequential issue. With hcait
felt sympathy. Hancock.
IlntAM Kuhaiio who resides at
Mana, near the Quern's Hospital,
went out fishing last evening, return
ing home about a quarter past eleven
o'clock. He did not retire to hii
bedroom but slept on the verandah.
Sometime between twelve and two
o'clock this morning he woke up
ami found his bed in the house on
lire. An alarm was given and the
lire was put out by the help of a
few buckctfuls of water, it is not
known how it originated. There
were four persons sleeping in a room
upstairs over the one where the fire
occurred. A broken pane of glass
raises a slight suspicion.
Tin: Bullutin takes a fatherly
and motherly interest in the Fat
Boy. It has raised him out of the
Common herd and made him famous.
He is now a weigh man in the
community, and we point to him
with pride as our article of home
manufacture. In 188 1-L', lie varied
in weight from 211 to 250 pounds,
with a falling off in the latter part
of 1882. April ICtli, 1881, he had
come up to 2 10 pounds, and August
2Gth, 1881, he weighed 200 pounds.
The April increase is accounted for
by the free lunches supplied by the
Government at election times ; and
his present magnificent proportions
we lay to the peace of mind and
consequent good digestion, produced
by the Bulletin's fostering care,
and the free ration system of beef
steaks, gravy and shark meat in
augurated by the Government Hash
House. Long live the Fat Boy and
may his shadow never grow less.
SEK YO TAI & Co. (composed of Ho
Yec, Ho Pa Ynt, Ho On and Ming
IVa) having bought from Lo Sam Sing
the Rice Plantation, with the house, cat
tle and implement?, at Walmalti, Ewa,
Island of Oaliu, which the said Lo Sam
Sing bought from tho Sam Hop Com.
pany (composed of Lo Kuu Fook and
Ail Chun), licicby give notice that all
claims against tho paid Plantation to
date are to be settled by the said Lo Sam
Slug. All persons are warned against
cutting trees on the estate at the follow
ing Lands: Katilu, Aina Lol; Kalialaa,
Aina Lot; Kiuimiumi, Aina Loi; Paa-kca-iki,
he PuuoncLoco; ami Kapou
wela, Aina Kolu.
SEE WO TAI & CO.
Walmalu, August 27th, 168 1.
Two VoniiR Men
DESIRES SITUATIONS. Cm do
lough work of any kind. Apply
to .1. E. Wiseman, General Rusiness
A'cnt, 28 Merchant st. 805 fit
Dr. J. M. Whitney
ILL HE ABSENT from town from
Sept. 1st to Sept. 29th. 803 lw
Premises to Let.
rpiIE HOUSE and premises known as
JL the "Lemon Homestead, ut Ma
klkl. Possession given immediately.
Apply lo P. A. SCHAEFKR is Co
A SUIT OP FRONT ROOMS, nicely
furnished. Applv ut No. 8 Kiikui
street. 77(1 tf
A QUARTERLY MEETING of the
Trustees of tho Queen's Hospital
will be hold at the rooix of the Chamber
of Commerce, on FRIDAY, the nth lust,
at 11 a. m. Per Order,
P. A. SUIIAEKER,
Honolulu, Sept. 3, 1801. U07 Jit
R. P. A. DIAS having made an
ii'-siinniient of lm nronerlv to Mr.
J. IIYMAN for the benefit of his credi
tors, all paitics having any claims
agaliibt said Dins me requested to pre
sent them to the undersigned at the otllce
of Hyman Brothers, within thirty days
from this date.
Honolulu, August 20th, 1831. 781 lm
Notice to Consignees.
The Am. bark " CEYLON.',
Unraton, master, from Hong
kuni;, Is now readv to dls-
charge her cargo, and con
signees lira requested to present their
bills of lading, pay freight, and take
orders for their goods.
C. 11RKWER & Co.,
800 lw Agents bkCeylnn.
ALVlN II. HASEMANN
PAPER-RULEU and I5LANK-1IOOK
Hook Rinding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Rullding - Merchant street
G. II. ROBERTSON,
Drayman best teams
Olllcc, Queen st. 15
Seasoned Algeroba Wood.
A ROUT TWELVE CORDS of this
excellent wood for sale by Oiihu
College. May be t-con on the grounds
800 lw W. U. MEIUUTT.
c. j. McCarthy
(Lit f Hii "Old ( . i. ,
OaTliitely eoniMi'i-il with the
A 'lor llou-e.-Qia
Iced Drinks & the Best Cigars
will always lie round on hand.
1IAS.IUST RECEIVED PER
A Large New Stock
Lies', Gents' & Gliilflreii's
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION'.
TO RE SOLI)
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Ill FORT STREET.
Punsihou Preparatory School
Fall Term, begin-, on Monday,
rpiIE Trustees arc happy to announce
X that the second year, since the
adoption of tho now course of study,
premises to lie verv Hiicessful. Miss
AI. L. Sl'OONER, a graduate of Mount
Holyoke, and for live veais past a mem.
her of Hie Seminary Faculty, has been
secured as an Instructor at tho College.
It. is expected that the new Professor
ship of Chemistry and the Natural
Sciences will be filled early in tho year.
MISS EMMA V. HALL, an expert,
enced teacher, and for somo years Prin.
cipal of a Grammar School in Ware,
Mass., comes from that position to take
clmrgo of the Punahou Preparatory
Only a few now pupils can bo receiv
ed at this School, and they will be ad.
mitlcd in order of application, which
must bo made to REV. C. M. HYDE D.
I)., or to the President of the College.
3?Catalogucs sent on application.
'"FM1E premises known as the Windsor
X Restaurant, situated at No. 31
King street, next Watcrhouso'.s store,
will be re-built and altered to suit any
responsible parties that may need the
sainu for business purposes. This pro
position will remain open for ouu week
G. AV. LINCOLN.
Uuilder, 80 King st.
Aug.83, i8SJ. 707 lw
to thi: ivAiwr.s or iioxomm.i)
DRESSMAKEK, having returned,
has resumed Iiusi nu.-s.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Curled In
all the newest shades.
Comer of King and Richard Streets.
J. M. OAT Jr. & Co.
Dealers In all kinds of
Tho Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at the Guzcltc Block, Merchant
Street ly b
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JOHN A. PAIilflKK
Will attend to the collection of
bills, rents, &c. Keep accounts,
draw legal documents. Leaso and
sell property. Rent rooms, mul
transact general business, lie will
also attend to orders ami commis
sions of every sort from the other
Islands. I'atronago solicited.
No. CO Hotel Street, Honolulu.
Telephone, 298. P. O. Uo, !W7.
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King and Niiuauu streets.
Fresh Groceries and I'lovisions iceclvcd
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 349.
Tho Best Lunoh in Town,
Tea and Coffee at All Hours
Tho Ilucst Brands of Cigars and
Tobanco, always on hand.
AT Till: l'AltK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY. '
KW"Tlie only sea-shlo resort In the
THE " TEMPLE OF FASHION,
(5J5 For! Nlri'ol, (Ciiiiii1iuII'h Diode.)
o - -
Low Prices IVIust Rule !
nr,0 HOY'S LINEN UUIT.S, Hcst Quality.,
3r.O HOY'S LINEN SUITS, Rest Quallly.
350 IJOY'H LINEN .SUITS, Rial Quality.
75 doz. Gent's Percale Shirts, 2 collars and 1 pr cuffs, at $1.
O cut's Unlaundertd White Shirts, No.JI quality, nt $1.'.!3; otJJl'J per doz.
i2TiSrc'ii Itiu-KiiiiiH ! Urunt Itarguhm ! irt:it Iturgnius Ii&
Boy's Sailor Hals, in all colors, only i7() Cents.
A i rived by the last steamer one of the Largest Invoices of
iCS GS-ENrX,,S HOSIERY s35
Ever imported into this Kingdom.
180 dozen Cent's Slater Stockings (something new) seamless and perfect
lilting, three-ply heels at L'5 cts pair
Gent's Super Stout Rritlsh Hose, soamless if 4 per dozen
Gent's Card inal Hose, silk clocked S5 rtH pnlr
Roy's PERCALE SHIRTS, bcslppialily, at :?1.00.
Just Received New Stiles ef Gent's Dress Units
A Largo Assortment of
2dr Gout's Boots siiid Wlioes, gJ!
Latest Stylc3 and LowestlL'rices.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els., Etc., Etc.
n'Mrs- JSismmKmiy-fi ??: vuw . . ... v.
Fence "Wire ami Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Gootls, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To niiiko room for a I.arjje Hlock or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
Prom London, New York, and San Pranclsc o.
All stock on hand during the next 30 days will be sold Tor cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OP MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Uedrooni Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Largo Variety of Pancy Goods.
725 lm HiYO-AJY c Co.
Family Grocers, - - - 67 & 69 Hotel St.
.lust Received ox S S Alameda,
Graies, Pears, Plums. Peaclies, Apiles and Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins.
And u in II line of Frosli Staple ftrorci'icH.
IMaud Orders solicited. Telephone No. 2-10. P. O. Uo 297. (7CJ
(I. 1). rilKKTII. W. O. l'HACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
Jilt Niiuauu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OFPKR POR SALK
A I Hie Lowest Market ICafes
a large and well selected slock of
the Clifik'fHt and inot Pavorlle
&e., S.C., &c,
All Goods Guaranteed.
and oidcrs filled promptly.
Telephone .10. P. O. Ilox SCO.
ONLY fl 7fi
ONLY l 75
ONLY $1 75
Etc.. Etc., Etc.
A Lane Assortment
Wliito & Colored Malik
- foii sali:
At the Lowest Pricea
at A. S. Clegliorn & Co's
A Good Chance for a Live Man
ON account of sickness, I want to sell
cut my UAGOAGK KXPRESS,
TWO SN lltlVllCHK,
Thrno Goml Hoixck
1 om doing a good liuslnet-s, but havo to
leave tho country on account of my
health. Nono lml cash buyers need ap.
ply. For further particulars call on C.
Hammer, corner Kiiik and Port Ms.
774 lm P. SMITH.
A SMALL unfurnished Cottage, in
tho cenlni of town, unliable for a
young man. Address "Cottage" Uullc.
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