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Liidit N. K. wind.
Sehr Kiniiiii fmm Kiuiluii
September . V
Ihirl; Whltinoie fiom I'm I I'tiw ii-n-ml
Sehr Itnliilmw from Konlaii
Sehr Mnuuokawal from Kool.iu
Sclir I'aiiiili! fniiii Iliiualel
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr.las Jlnkce for Waiannc. Wntnlti.i
Sehr Italnbow for Kool.iu
VESSELS IN PORT.
Jtklne'W II Dimoml. Iloudlclt
Hail; Ci'vlon. Hat-slow
Hark C () Whitmore. Calhoun
Torn Eva. Wikinaii
The Eva will mil for S. I', next week.
Sehr Maimok.iwai brought 21)0 bags of
i lee and 118 hags of sugar from Koolau.
Sehr Emma hi ought fiW) hags of sugar
from llllo. She has hccu carrying cane
t-i'od from llllo to llonohliia.
The Moop ICaliolomua. which was
w iccked at Wahnanalo lat Friday aftci
iioom by parting iter cable and drifting
upon the reef, N lepoited a total lo').
Ili'r bottom Is gone and her sides Rtovc
hi. No inmraiiee.
Thi'haikC O Whitmurc, C.ipt. Cal
lioun. at rived this morning 2.2 dajn from
Port Towneud with .ISsOSKI feet of
lotijjli luniher. lu.'hS:i. fict of P and (i
luuiber. :!II770 feet of .surf lumber. IU."
piekets. r000!) laths and 2 'jiars to Allen
and Kobln-on. 'I'he captain i ("ports
seeing a baik night befoie last in Long.
It'ti, Cat. 2I.:S0 standing to the north,
name and nationality nor known.
LOCAL & CEHEilAL NEWS.
A couroitTAiiM. loom, centrally
located, is to let. .Sec ni.lv.
On. paintings by foreign and local
:u tins, at King 15ms. SO!) .It
Tut: bknte. W. II. Dimond will
leave for San Francisco to-morrow at
'I'm: Temple of tFashiou will have
a grand opening of new goods on
Tin: infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. Lishnian died this morning at 8
o'clock. It was buiied this after
noon, at !) o'clock.
'l.'m: S. S. liordeaux fiom London
via Madeiia with Poituguese immi
grants, may lie looked for in the
course of ten days.
C. S. Mason, L. L. 15., will deliver
a lecture. Thurd:iy evening, Sep
tember 23, for the benefit, of a V. M.
C. A. piano. Subject. --Elements
Kam;i, charged with stealing a
pair or pants from Mr. Wolters, a
cleik at Ilackfeld & Co.'s, was re
inanded until next 'Wednesday.
IJail was lixed at !0().
To-iionuow afternoon at :i o'clock
at the 1 X rfslorc, corner of Nitimnii
and Queen streets. Lyons & Levey
will sell a huge assoitment of dry
goods, clothing, boots & shoes, etc.,
One of the members of the Hono
lulu Hilles resigned because he had
to be on guard two hours at the late
liiau. Poor fellow, he's a sick spec
imen for a soldier.
Tin: steamer James Makee will be
hauled off the Marine Hallway about
live o'clock Hits afternoon. She w"l
be loaded to-night, and sail to-morrow
inorning at 10 o'clock for Kauai,
via YValanae and Waialua.
Kxi'iii:vs driver No. I!) left his
linrse outside of Nolte's this morning,
unhitched one of the government
garbage carts full of dead palm
leaves startled the horse, but tortu
uately some one caught bold of the
bridle in time to prevent any damage
Mu. Mason, Cencral Secretary of
tlie Y. Id. C. A., was accosted on the
street this morning by a citizen, who
asked him if ho was here to do good.
Mr. M. said he was. Well, replied
the citizen, I thinlcyou are too high,
and not humble enough. Mr. M.
walked off, wondering what the
word ''high" meant.
IIkk IMojcBly tjueeii Kniinu turn ho
far rccoveied as io lie tilde to yo out
on llic veriiiuhih lids morning.
Jin. N. M, Damon calls for tender
for building tnnterhilitnlie ilellvoroil
:il lCunhnputt. Kintnii treet. Cull sit
hi olllce for paiticiilari.
A .tit, mail in tin tidvitnced
stage of leprosy wns hitting on the
step in front of Kerr's stoic on
Merchant Blieot this innnilnir.
A stone throw lug match took place
thin afternoon on tjuecn Street be
tween two colored gentlemen from
tlio Southern Slates. Neither wns
An Tai, a Chinese lnundrynmn.
was charged this morning by Health
olllecr Keynolds, with l)eing n com
mon nuisance, by leaving his slops
standing. I Io was fined Sfi and
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Tiitnti: are not so many tickets
sold for to-night's concert as ex
pected. Still the house will lie full.
Keinonyi will play part of a con
certo by Mendelssohn and also the
Spring Song by the same composer.
Mr. Iliinnier will sing a new song,
"Parting," composed during the
week by Mr. Luckstonc.
Wi: have been shown this day at
the store of M. Mclnerny, some
boys, .Blue Jeisey Suits, which we
pronounce the best and nicest article
wc have ever seen for young lads.
The' are in various sizes, and may
be seen in the Mei chant Street
window. Ladies, you are invited to
call and examine these nice suits.
Tin: regular meeting of the Hoaul
of Fire Delegates was held last even
ing. Tlie Committee appointed to
enquire into tlib matter of May who
demanded 11101103' from Mr. l'ioo,,
gave a veibal report, sustaining the
charges. Further action was not
necessary as May had resigned.
The other buiness transacted was
Yi:sii:inv a little son of Mr. C.
0. Uergor was taking a drink from
the end of a garden hose, when he
was bitten in the lip by something,
supposed to lie a centipede. His lip
and face immediately swelled up to
serious proportions, ' accompanied
witli severe pain. Dr. Hull was
called and administered remedies
that soon brought relief, and last
evening the little fellow was in a
conifoi tabic way of recovery.
Wiu:.s the Schooner Malolo left
yesterday afternoon, quite a paity
of friends went out on her to bid
farewell to Mr. CSrcgg. A row boat
was taken so as they could return in
it. When near the spar buoy Ibis
boat upset, and four natives who
wen1 in hot were precipitated into
the water. One got the drifting
oars, and swam to shore with them.
The others got on the keel of the
boataudwere finally taken on board
the Malolo. The friends on board
came ashore in one of the pilot
Lewis & Co. vs. II. Swinton, as
sumpsit for 811.20, no appearance
for defendant. Judgment for plain
tiff. A. Hunt vs. Jcrgcnscn, continued
from the 1st inst., replevin of chat
ties and damnges 8.10. Judgment
for plaintiff for possession of articles
mentioned and damages So. Appealed
to Intermediary Court.
Inter-Island .Steam Navigation Co.
Vs. Kalawaia, for deserting contract.
Defendant was ordered to return.
Mrs. M. J. lleeley.vs. Ii. A. Mac
lie, Jr., Mr. Ashford for plaintiff,
end Mr. Hatch for defendant, as
sumpsit for S70. Judgment for
plaintilf for S2IS.85. Appealed to
Kaiuii, chaigcd with larceny of 2
pairs of pants, property of C. Wal
ters, valued at 8 lft, was remanded
until the 10th iust., bail fixed at
Ah Tai, charged for common
nuisance this inorning, was fined
82.") and S 1 costs.
The Atkinson Ministry having
become unpopular from a variety of
causes, and after the elections fail
ing to secure a majority in the House,
resigned Aug.nd 7th. and on ll.e
12111 August n new .Ministry wntin
noiinced tis follows:
Sir .lillius Vogcl- (with piece
deuce). Colonial Treasurer, l'osl
inapter (leueral. and ComiulHimier
Mr. Stoul Premier and Atlnr-ney-(!eneral.
Hon. V.. HlehanNou Public
Mr. Montgomery Colonial See
clary and Fdueatioti.
Mr. Macaudrew Lands it Mines.
Mr. Halbincc Native and De
fence. Sir (.icorge Whitmore without
Great dissatisfaction is felt with
tliis Ministry, as being coyiposed
almost entirely of politicians from
the South Isfand. Although Mr.
Stout is the Premier, the ruling
spirit of the Cabinet is Sir Julius
Vogel, and the fear is that he will
plunge the colony into a course of
borrowing in order to carry on pub
lic works, which will be ultimately
disastrous to the colony.
One case of small pox occurred on
boaid a steamer fiom Melbourne.
The patient died, but no further out
break in New Zealand lias been re
ported. Further cases are, however,
reported from Melbourne and Ade
laide. TO LET,
ACOMFOKTHU: HOO.M with pilvi
lege of pailor.s to man anil wife
without children or to two gentlemen,
SOU lw. APPLY THIS oitici:.
rpEN'DKHS WILL IJK HIX'IHVKO
1 ON the UUh September for build
in;; uuUerl'il, more or les;?, Io he dellvei
oifat Kuakupun, Kuiuisi tlreul. rear en
trance. Temteisfor articles a per schedule
to lie seen at the o'lleo of the iindei.
Oiili, the lest material will b ae-
TKHMS-:'. month, wit'.i option of
discount for cinh.
eon :'.! a. -M. DAMON. Aceni.
Sr.r. vo tai & e. feompoM-ii of iio
Yce, Ho Pa Yat. Ho On and Mln
Va) liming bonqlit from Lo Sam Sing
the IMce Plantation, with the licnise. cat
tle mid Impliiueuts nt W.iinulu, Hwa,
Island of O.ihn, which the taid Lo Sam
Sing bought fiom the S.m Hop Com.
puny (composed of Lo Kau Fool: and
Ah Chun), hereby give notice that all
claims ai;.ilnst U12 Fald I'lantation to
date are. lo he settled by the said Lo Sam
Sing. All persons arc warned against
cutting tiees on the estate at the follow
ing Lands: Knulu, Alna Loi; ICahalaa,
Aiua Loi: Kaiuniumi. Aiua Loi: Paa-
Kea-ikl, he I'uiumu Loeo; ami ICapou
wela, Ain.i Kolu.
SKi: WO TAI & ('()
Walinalu, August 27th. 188 1.
'Vwo VouiiK Men
D ESI KB SITUATIONS. Cm do
lough vork of any kind. Apply
to .1. E. Wiseman, General Husiiiess
Agent, 8 Mcrehant st. S05 ."it
Dr. J. M. AVhilney
WILL HE AIISENT from town Iroiu
Sept. 1st to Kept. 2fith. 803 lw
Premises to Let.
rpiIE HOUSE and premies known .is
X. the Lemon Homestead, at Ma
klkl. Possession yl en Immediately.
Applv to P. A. SCHAEFEK ifc Co
TO LET. "
A SUIT OK KltONT KOOMS. nieelv
furnished. Apply nt No. b lvukid
ACJUAHTEKLY MEETING of Urn
Trustees of the Queen' Hospital
will he held at the rooi... of the Chamber
of Commerce, on l'KIDAY, the nth inst,
at 11 a. m. Per Order,
P. A. SCIIAEI'-EK,
Honolulu, Sept.iJ, IS'JI. H07 :it
MIt. P. A. DIAS having made an
assbinmenl of lm nioneity to Mr.
J. 11VMAA for the benellt of his credi
tors, all parties h.nlng any claims
against tald Dlus mu teipiested to pre.
jent them to the undersigned at the olllce
of Jlyuiun Hrcitheis within thirty diijs
fiom thL date.
IIoiiolulu, August aflth, 1881. 781 lm
Notice to Consignees.
HgW. The Am. baik " CEYLON,',
. uarston, master, irom uong
"l.nnif lk nnw rc.lilv III til.
- f.lt.it.r.t 1 1 .... itnririi mill cnii.
blgnees arj lerpieMed to piesuut their
bills ot lading, pay Height, and t ike
ouleis for their uoods.
V. IJUKWEK & Co.,
600 lw Agent? hlc Ceylon.
PAPEIMIPLEH and IJLANIMSOOK
Hook liiudiug of all description neatly
and promptly eecuieii.
Gazette llulldlng Meivhanl stieit
IHSSG. H. KOHEUTSON,
Drayman best teams
in town. Olllce, Queen st. J
Seasoned Algeroba Wood.
A HOUr TWELVE COHDS of lldii
V excellent wood for sale by Oaliii
College. May ho tun 011 the giouuilK
800 lw W. U. MEHHI'IT.
.i..iiiijrraiiiii.iiiu Miiiiii11ii.iiwnwMiii.i i.iii.i i ji ,;
Q Jg McCARTHY
ii. in- ' i!i "Old ('.inn 1
leay-lutely (iMiiin-leil Willi tin,"
Iced Drinks & the Best Cigars
will always he found on hand,
has .just KKonivni) pi:h
A Large New Stock
OP LVKKY OKSCHIPriON.
to 111: hold
run nnn rnrr
111 FOHT STItliKP.
"Ptuiiihoii Preparatory School
Pall Term, begins on Jtomlay,
t pilE Tiustee are happy to announce
X lhat ilie "I'oinl j ear, since the
adoption of the new couie of study,
premise lo he ci cueeessful. Mb
M. L. SPOONEIt, a graduate ot .Mount
llolyoke, and for Ihe ye.us pat a ineni.
her of the Stmlnaiy Faculty, has 1 ecu
secured as an instiuclor ntihe College.
It Is expected that the new Professor
ship of Chemistry and the Natuial
.Sciences will be lllled early in the year.
.MISS E.MMA V. HALl, an evperi
eueed teacher, and for some yeais Prln.
eipal of n Giaminar School In Ware,
.Mais., comes from that position to take
charge of the Punalioit Piepaiatoiy
Only n few new pupils can lie lecelv
ed nt tld School, and they will be ml
milted in older of application, which
limit ho made lo ItEV. C. M. HYDE D.
I)., or to the President of the College.
15F"C.italogues scut on application.
'"PEE premises known as the 'Windsor
X Uestaurant, situated at No. 01
King street, next Waterhou-o's store,
will bo rebuilt and altered to suit any
responsible pintles that may lived the
ffiimo for business purposes. This pro
position will remain open for one-week
1 1 0111 date.
O. YV. LINCOLN,
Huildcr, 80 Mm,' M.
Aug. 2:.', 188I. 7!)7 1w
to 'I'lir. li.vmi'.s i' nooi.ri.r
DKESSMAKElt, liaving lciuined,
ha icsumed business.
Fcalheis Cleaned, Dyed and C'uilid in
all the newest shade,
('oilier of King ami P.ichar.l htreets.
J. Eya.OATJr. &Co.
Dealers in all kinds of
The Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at the Gazelle Illock, Meichant
Street ly b
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
.JOIIX A. I'AIiJIKlt
Will altend to the collcetlon ol
bllU, louts, &e. Keep accounts,,
draw legal documents. Lease and
sell pioperty. Kent rooms, and
transact gcncial luisineas. lie will
alio attend lo orders and coinuiK.
sious of every sort from the other
11 mil?. P.itionugo solicited.
No. (!! Hotel Street, Honolulu.
Telephone, 'JDS. V. O. l!o, !!()7.
Wolfe &. Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Coiner King and Nutmuu Hicets.
i'lc-h (liocerlosaud Provisions leceived
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 349.
Tho Best Lunch in Town,
Tea and Coffbo at All Hours
The line-it Brands of Cigars and
Tobacco, alw.iyh on hand.
AT TDK 1'AllK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
E35"Tlui only sea side lesnrt In the
Lrnnil (Upwiing m
Opposite UiG New Bamk JhiHcUmj, IWirM
The general public are invited to give us a call and inspect,
at our opening, our new and select stock of Dry Clooils,"
Fancy (ioods; Ladies', Children's, and Infant's Wear,
Millinery, Clothing. Cents' Furnishing (Ioods, Traveling
Trunks, Valises, House Furnishing Goods, and an Klegant
and complete stock of Ladies'. Cent's. Misses'. Children's,
and Infants' Shoes.
COHN Ac OO.
BILLIHGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
sicci piows' SlSiitfey
Lis., Etc.. Etc. -rJ
&Kmnxzzr- t" ',7 "rtiTTt- - i-c ..v7'
Fend Wire unci Staples, Kerosene Oil tt Hnceisilty.
J'ainls, Viirnislies, Turpentine,
House Furnish inj;- (jooils, LMnteil Ware, &c., &c.
I tP.IM tjyt I
Selline; at Cost
To inaUd room I'm' n li-iejic Hlorlt ol
New Goods to Arrive Soon
K10111 London, New Yoik, and Sail Frauciico.
All slock on hand during the noxt 30 days will be sold for cash,
consisting 111 part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitais,
AND ALL KINDS OP MUSIC (IOODS.
Parlor Sets, P.edrooui Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, 1'aintin-s, Knjraviiifys, ChTonios,
And a LnrgoYailetj of Kiuiey Ooods.
725 lm TJYOAJS Sc Co.
flnnnnci Doniui DTniiio DDQPhno
ITinUUD, 10Q1D. IIUIUI), 1UUUUU0, I1UU1UL
Eastern Oysters in tins.
Ami a full lino of Frosli Siaplc rfti,it..
Islaml Oideisiollelted. Telephone No. !M0. P. O. lSov I2'j7
0. ii. ntiiwit.
W. (J. I'KACOCH
Freeth & Peacock,
y:$ .'ituanu Stw'i'i.
HONOLULU, 11. 1.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Morchanls,
oi'tei: P()u ale
Aj Ih l.nv'i ?iiii'ki't Hull's
u laigcaud wull H'lceted 8touk ol
the Choicest anil must Pavorlle
&e., ie,, -e.,
All Goods Guarantocd.
and oiders lllled puunptly.
Tolenlioiie III. P. O, llov !if.().
mii hhihhiimm limi""'""!""'""!
Mmtl'fflj, qpL Wi,
C'.c. Lie.. Lie.
i;i:n.t.iv & co.)
67 k 69 Mel St
ev S S Alameda,
A Largo Assortment
- roit tfvi.r.
At. the Lowest Pricoa
at A. S. Clcghorn & Go's
A Good Chance for a LivoMan
ON account of siekuejs, w-nnl to sell
cut my HAOOAdi: EXPUESS,
TwoSelK UtinieMN, ,
TImm'o Ooml Ilorsew "'
I nni doing a good business, but have to ,t
leao the country on account of mv'"i
health. None but cash huyeis need np- ' -
idy. Por further p.ulieulais call on C-
Hummer, corner King and Port Ms.
771 lm V. SMITH.
A S.MALI. iinfurnUliid Cottngc, In j
the centio of town, suitable, for 11 '"
young man. Address "Cultngo" .dJulle
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