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SA'iritDAY, SKIT, o, IHHI.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
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TELEPHONIC.' ' "
Diamond II will, Sept. I!. !
Light N. K. wind.
S.S. Auatrallu from H. F.
Stmr Klmiu from Windward port
Stint- Llkellke from ICahulul
Stmr KUauea Hon from Windward pom
Sclir Ehnknl from Waialua
Sclir Walflm from Koolau
Sclir Nettle Men 111 from Lahalna
Stmr das Mnkee for Walanae. Waialua
Wll Dlmond for S. V.
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY
Stmr Llkellko for Kalmlul
Sclir KliuUal for Waialua
Sclir Walehu for Koolau
Sclir Mnnuoknwal for Kolau
Sclir Kalnbow for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bark Cevlon, Harrow
linilc Catallna. Willlauw
Hark 0 O Wliltmore, Callioun
Tom Kva, Wikmaii
From Kalmlul per I.lkellke, Sept. (J.
II M Whitney, .1 II Heie. II Cornwell,
Kev. J M Kealoha, CM White. A Smith,
JHobbln?. W OAtwnter, W (Joodale,
MM Iten-on, Kev. W A Swan, L M O
do Silver, A Hiiiw wife and 2 children
and 78 dock.
For S. F. per W II Dlmond, Sept.l!.
S English & wife, Mb. A DelUsa. Miss
Delist, I) M lhtrns, It C Cooke, Ml F
H Fannin";, A M Howe and wife & Mls
For Walanae, Waialua & Kauai, per
.las Makee, Sept. (!. .1 Wright, .1 Itoodu,
Mrs. Itrown, Mr&Mre. J Gray & two
children, Miss L Fltzimmnn, Miss G
Lemon, O Koch, Judge Kama. Mrs.
Kaai It A Maelle jr., ami about 75 deck.
Stmr Kllauca Hon brought i2 head of
The W II Dlmond sailed this day for
S. F. with .10:17 bags or ugar, GGO bags
of rice and fill hbls of molasses.
Total domestic, value 32S,ltYJ.:i3.
Sclir Eliukal brought :!20b.igsof Migar
and 075 bags of paddy.
The Nettle Merrill will all for Laha
iiia on Tuesday.
Sclir l'auahl brought 1581 bags of
paddy from Haualei.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
On. paintings by foreign and local
artists, at King Bros. 800 .It
Wr. extend our thanks to Marshal
Parke for news favors.
A diiukkaud's nose is not painted
in water colors.
Tiikm; will be a meeting of Pacific
IIoso Co this evening.
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Tin: Band will give si concert at
Emma Square, Monday evening.
Tin: Anglican Chronicle for .Sep
tember is just out, anil will be notic
ed in our next issue.
Somi: more food for the sharks, in
the shape of a dead horse, passed
our ofllcc this morning.
His Ex. J. M. Kapena, Minister of
Finance is louml town agnin, having
recovered from his late illness.
As wo go to press the S. S. Aus
tralia from San Fianeisco is just
coming alongside- the whsirf.
Tin: Hawaiian Dandy paraded the
streets this morning, dressed in his
"Temple of Fashion" naval uniform.
Mussus Lewis & Co. will have
fresh fruit and other good things
arrive by the S. S. Mariposa on
Monday. Call esuly with orders.
Tin; S. S. Mariposa is due on
Monday morning from San Fran
cisco. You need not look out for
Lucas's whistle until after 9 o'clock.
Gov Cleveland's mother, it is said,
strongly disapproved of his entering
political life. There arc several pre
sidential candidates who also arc
opposed to tho same tiling.
Honolulu possesses about forty
physicians. Is there any connection
between the fact and the numerous
eases of sickness now round town?
"Which is it, physic or want of physic,
that does It V
Wi: have been shown this day at
the store of M. Moluerny, some
boys, Blue Jersey Suits, which wo
pronounce the best and nicest aiticlo
we have over scon for young lads.
They nro In vai ions sizes, ami may
be ecu In the Meiuhant Street
window. Ladies, you arc Invited to
call and examine these nice suits.
.M.mi. closes for the Colonics, per
S. S. Australia, at I o'clock to-day.
Tin: Hon.. I. I. Dnwsetl purchased
this morning, from Milcn Hron., the
handsome grey Norman .stallion
"Prince Nnpolcon" for 81,100.
Tin: resolutions of the citizens'
cominitlco of reception to the in
dependent members of the Legisla
ture have been neatly engrossed in
multiplicatc, and when signed a copy
will he presented to each of thcin.
Tin: general public is invited to
attend tho grand opening at the
Temple of Fashion on Monday
morning. A large and new stock of
dry and fancy goods, mililnery,
clothing, etc., will be offered for
It was Mr. II. llorger's son, and
not Mr. C. O. Merger's, who was
bitten by a centipede. The writer
of our paragraph about the case
meant tho bandmaster, but con
founded his first name with that of
The Kev. E. C. Oggcl will preach
at the Bethel Church to-morrow.
Morning subjects "What we know
about Jesus Christ and is Christianity
true?" In the evening the third
of a scries of Bible readings. All
are cordially welcome.
Tin: young people's Christian Tem
perance Union celebrated their first
anniversary Thursday evening at the
vestry of Fort Street Church. A
programme was rendered, consisting
of readings, recitations and music.
Refreshments and social intercourse
followed, the whole affair being very
Tin: Hawaiian Jewelry Manufac
tory, of which Messrs J. M. Hcring
and Jos. Hubasli are proprietors, is
at No. 80 Hotel street. The manu
facture of jowclry of every descrip
tion is undertaken at this establish
ment. Kiikui jewelry is one of tho
great specialties with the firm. Give
them a call.
Mil. E. P. Adams will sell at auc
tion by order of Hackfcld & Co., on
Tuesday next, September 9th, at 1 1
o'clock, the staunch steam schooner
W. II. Reed. This vessel has done
good service in the island trade and
has a good outfit. Also, at the same
time, the line steam yacht Kapiolani ,
complete in every respect, with
Taji Look, the Chinaman captured
yesterday after an exciting struggle,
was charged in the Police Court this
morning with larceny of a sewing
machine, value $45, the property of
A. Mullcr, also, for assault with a
pistol on Capf. Mchrlcns and olllccr.
I Ian Sam and Akiona. He was
remanded until Tuesday.
Tin: young children attending the
Bethel Church held their quarterly
social Thursday evening in the vestry
adjoining the church. Several
friends more older in years were pre
sent. Misses Katie McGrcw and
Lottie Parmalcc played a pretty
piano duct, charades and games were
indulged in, and, altogether, the
youngsters had a fine time.
Tin: Temperance Committee of the
Y. M. C. A., meet this evening at
the Association rooms atC. '15 o'clock.
Public temperance meeting at the
Bethel at 7.30 will be led by the
Rev. Mr. Cruzan. Service of song
at C o'clock, i. m., to-morrow, in
Association Hall, led by Mr. P. 0.
Jones. Subject, "The wages of
To-Momtow, Rev. J. A. Cruzan
commences his fourth year as pas
tor of Fort Street Church. He will
preach an anniversary sermon in the'
morning. The first of a brief series
of Sunday evening discourses will
bo given at night, on "Tho great
sins of Honolulu". Subject, "Li
centiousness, or the so-called Social
Evil." A general invitation is ex
tended to all.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
Tho Band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at 4 :30. The
following is the programme :
Overture Hubeahl Flotow
Cornet Polka Lovo & Truth.. Welckor
Finale llivouae Potrella
Selection Jerusalem Verdi
Waltz Tho Skaters Waldtcufel
Quadilllo-Fim of the Fair... Williams
FOR CHARITY'S SAKE.
The grand concert given last e cu
ing by Rcinonyi and hW conceit
parly for the benefit of the Strangers'
Friend Society, must lie chronicled
as a memorable event in the musical
annals of Honolulu. The audience
wined to have put on their gola
diets for the occasion, and Music
Hall was well filled, for no matter
how often we hear Rcmcnyi, he will
always remain the favorite. This
act of charily on his part, in giving
the whole of the proceeds of tho
concert to this Society, cannot be
too highly commended. Such gen
erosity is rarclv to be met with
among great musicians. Some
would give the half or fourth of the
proceeds, but never the whole. Not
only has Rcmcnyi given the entire
receipts of this concert, but his
artistic and popular pianist, Mr.
Luckstonc, has mulcted all possible
assistance to the ladies to make it a
success. All honor then to Rcmcnyi
and his three associate artists for
giving their services for such an
object. Mr. Luckstonc opened tho
programme with si piano solo, Rigo
letto by Liszt. This gentleman
sustained a wcll-dcscrvcd reputation
as a masterly pianist. His accom
paniments throughout the evening
were faultless, and he was the re
cipient of some very handsome floral
tributes. Miss Downing sang an
"Aria " by Bizet and a song " Sing,
Smile, Slumber," by Gounod, tho
latter being most excellently ren
dered. She was presented with an
elegant basket of (lowers. Mr.
Ilimmcridso gave two numbois, the
last one a song, "Parting," com
posed by Mr. Luckstonc It is :i
very musicianly effort. The words
may be very pretty, but Mr. II hu
mor's articulation was so had, they
were cntiicly lost to the audience.
And what can wc say about Rcmc
nyi's playing? It only confirms what
lias becu said of him before. His
playing throughout the evening was
really wonderful, especially so in tho
Nocturne in G minor by Chopin, lie
was most enthusiastically received
and the concert is very generally
acknowledged to have been the finest
thing of the kind overheard in Music
Hall. The net proceeds after pay
ing a few slight expenses will be
$100. Tho following letter speaks
"Honolulu, Sept. (J, 188 1.
"Moxs. Rkmkxyi: The under
signed, officers of the "Strangers'
Friend Society," desire to express
to you, and tho members of your
company, in behalf of tho Society,
our grateful acknowledgments and
sincere thanks for the liberal aid you
have given us, by placing the entire
avails of your last grand concert in
our treasury for the relief of sick
and destitute .strangers.
" Wc can poorly express in woids
the great pleasure wc, in common
with this, whole community, have
enjoyed in listening to tho rare and
exquisite music yon have given us
on every evening of your concerts.
This, together with the agreeable
intercourse wc have enjoyed with
you socially, would have ensured for
you lasting remembrance ; but you
have added the crowning act to your
beautiful scrvico by this graceful and
generous gift to the poor and sick
strangers, for whose care and com
fort this Society is pledged.
"May the memory of it add a
pleasure to your own reminiscences
of your brief stay in Honolulu, as it
surely will to ours.
" Iir.uMct: R. Bisnoi-,
Mns. L. Smith,
" Officers of the Strangers' Friend
Dr. J. M. Whitney
ILL UK AIJSENT from town from
Sept. 1st to Sept. 2!Hli. 803 Iw
A SUIT OK FRONT ROOMS, nicely
furnished. Apply at No. 8 Kiikui
street. 770 tr
A QUARTERLY MEM'ING of the
Trustees of Hie. Queen's Hospital
will bo held at thu rooix of the Chain her
of Commerce, on FRIDAY, tho fiili insi,
at 11 ii. in. Per Order,
F. A. SUHAEKHH,
Honolulu, Sept. it, 18111. !)07 lit
XI R. P. A. DIAS halug made an
ItJL assignment of Ins pioperty to .Mr.
J. IIYMAN for the benefit of his creili
toia, all p:ntlc having any claims
against said DIas are ictmcstcd to pre.
sent them to the undersigned at tho olllcu
of Hyinan Druthers, within thirty days
fiom tills date.
Honolulu, August 20th, 1SS4. 781 lm
G. II. ROBERTSON,
Drayman best teams
In town. Ofllcc, Queen st. 15
c. j. McCarthy
(Lite nf i he "Old Conui
t3",lili'l) i oiiini I -m! with tin
A'tur Hoii-e flVa
Icctl Drinks & the Best Cigars
will alwiiyM lie found on hiiml.
mas just rkci:ivi:d PLIt
A Large Wew Stock
:i' 9, P
01' EVERY DESCRIPTION'.
TO BE SOLI)
riTTT? ATI "PnTl fl
111 1'OIIT STREET.
On Sua Ooll;j-4
Punnhou Proparatoiy School
Vail Term, heitiui on Monday,
riMlETruMcci ate happy to announce
X that the second jear, since the
adoption of tiie new course of study,
premise- to he erj successful. Mist
M. L. SPOOKElt, n jiiuilualoof Mount
Holyokc, and for live years past a mem.
her of Ihc Seminary Faculty, has been
secured as aa instructor at the College.
It is expected that the new Professor,
ship of Clleinlstiy and the Xitluial
Sciences will be tilled earlv in the year.
MISS EMMA V. HALL an expeii
enccd teacher, and for some years I'rln.
clpal of a Ciiainniar School in Ware,
Mass., comes fiom tliat position to take
charge of the Punahou Preparatory
Only a few new pupils can he rceeiv
ed at this School, and they will bo ad
mitted in order of application, which
must he inado to REV. C. M. HYDE D.
I)., or to tho 1'iesident of the College.
tS"C.Ualngui's sent on application.
TO Till: IjAIMI'.M OF IIONOM'l.l!
DRESSMAKEIt, having returned,
has resumed bushics-i.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Curled in
all the newest similes.
Corner of King and Richard Streets.
ALVIN II. ICASE91 ANN
PAPER-RULER and HLAXK-HOOK
Rook llimliug of nil dcxcrlption neatly
and promptly executed.
(isrcllo I'lilluiug - Merchant street
Dealers In all kinds of
The Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand al the Gazette Jllork; Mei chant
Street ly u
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JOHN A. PAIjMKIC
Will attend to tho collection or
bills, rents, &c. Keep accounts,
draw legal documents. Lease and
sell properly. Rent rooms, and
ti.msact general business. He will
also attend to orders and comnils.
sions of every sort fiom the other
Islands. Patronugu solicited.
No. 09 Hotel Street, Honolulu.
Telephone, 293. P. O. Ilov, 07.
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King and Xuiiauu streets.
Fiesb Groceries and Provisions ureived
by cvcij Steainei,
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 349.
The Bost Lunch in Town,
Tea and Coffee at All Hours
The llucst lli'iuuls of Cigais and
Tobacco, always on band.
AT Till". lWUIC
IS OPEN EVEUY DAY.
MfThu only sea-sldi) resoit in the
gilom. H..J. -NUia'i-;,
Beaver , Saloon
Gh'and Qponiny on
Opposite the Now Bank- BuUdhuj, JPorbfSt
The rjcneral public arc invited to give us a call and inspect,
sit our opening, our new and select stock of Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods; Ladies',' Children's, and Infant's Wear,
Millinery, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Traveling
Trunks, Valises, House Furnishing Goods, and an Klcgant
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Mines'. Children's,
and Infants' Shoes.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
s,ecl Plows- sf
x?3S iiHMr. - i.wf--
Fence "Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specially.
PnitiLs, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &!., &e.
Selling at Cost
To iiinltu room ror u liiire SlocU or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New Yoik, and San Fianciseo.
All stook on hand during the next 30 days will be sold for cash,
consisting iti part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.,
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Large Variety of Fancy Goods.-
725 lm LYOAN Sc Co.
Family (ineii - -
Graps, Pears, .Plans. Peacles, Amies ana Celery, i
Eastern Oysters in tins.
Anil a lull Ilie of FrcHli Slnplo (SroccrlcM.
Island Oiders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. 0. Box !7. (702
(1. I). FKKKTII.
W. C. PEACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
3 Xiiuimu St reel.
IIO.NOI.VI.I , II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OFFKlt KOH SALI3
At tli Lowest MurkH Knit's
a larjiP and well seleeled slock of
tin Choicest mid uinM Favorite
&c, ic,, ifcP.,
All Goods Guaranteed,
and order tilled promptly.
Telephone. 'IP. P. O. llox 300.
Monday, 'Sept. 'Sth,
s. oox-xtv Ac co.
Elc, Etc.. Etc.
for 30 Days
ki'.nnt.dv & co.)
- 67 & 69 Mel St
ex S S Alameda,
A Larp Assortment
White & Colored Mattim
I At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's
A Good Chance for a Live Man
ON account of hlckncsi, I want to Bell
cut my HAGGAGK KXPHKSS,
r.f-VO SctN JIlll'llCNN,
ThiM'o Oood IIoi'New
I am doing a good limlnes, but have to
leavo tho conntrv on account of mv
health. None hut cash buyers need an- j
ply. For further particulars call on 0. .;
Hammer, corner King ami Fort ats.
77-t lm P. SMITH. K
A SMALL unfurnished Cottage, In,'
the centre of town, suitable for a-.
young man. Address "Cotlasc" Dulle. j
tin Ofllcc. (f J
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