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(ihtf 51 111 hi 'PiUUC'tHU
MONDAY, SHIT. K, ISM I.
SUN, MOOM AND SEA.
All lime fiuiu noimid lii-dny. Sept. N
Mill 8i'l II II.
.sun KWi 17 l."i.
Moon l!ixH !l Oil.
lllgliTlilu (tnall) 700.
High Tide (large) t!) nil.
wish asii wnvniini
Herald 1 1 (ii ii iioiiii nf yosteitliiy:
.UmTu'VuI. Tlieiiiimnclur Itnln.
I in' I mi I v:ii II -Jh I nil I ish lito lsii
iliutt I WI.I4 30.11 I) Nil I 783 775 o.O 0.
Wlnit, X. li. fit"lij Hky, fair; Scu.Kiiinntli
Diamond Head, Sept. II, Sp.M.
Light X. K. wind.
Ktiiii'l.eluiii from Windward port
Hlilp El Dorado from Newcastle
Stmr Iwalanl from Kauai
Stmr V H lilslmp from Ilamakua
S.S. .Mariposa from S. F.
Selir alary Foster from llmiainaulii
Selir ICnwallanl from Koolau
Selir Luka from Kobolalele
Selir Kmilkciioiill from Kolialu
S.S. Australia for Autralla
Slinr Kilauea Hon for Windward ports
Stmr Llkellko for Knliuliil
Selir Kliukul for Walalua
Selir Wnlehti for Koolau
Selir Mntitioknwnl for Koliin
Selir Italnbow for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVINlf TO-MORROW.
Hark Ceylon for Hongkong
Stmr ICiiiau for WliidwanPports
Stmr I.eliua for Windward ports
Stmr Iwalanl for ICannl
Stmr CJUIWmp for Ilnmakiia
Selir ICiiwalliuil for llanalel
Selir I.lliolllio for Waiinea
VESSELS IN PORT.
Hark Ceylon. Harstow
Jlark Ciitallna. Williams
Park C O Wliitnwre. Callionn
Tern Eva. Wikman
S.S. .Marlpoa, Howard
Ship El Dorado, lliiinplnle-s
From S. F. per S.S. Mnrlposi, Sept.
S.C Melntyre, 3IUs 10 M Whitney,
MUs.M . I Alexander, .Mis. WV Alex
ander, O U Wells, W Maertcns & son,
-Mrs. S Chapln, E W Haskell, .Miss
Helen M Haskell, R .1 Williams I H
Brown and wife, G II Ilaiiglitiilllng, Jos
EWNcimiii. .Miss E V Hull, Miss Ella
Spooner, C C Wnnitth & wife, TSpeneer,
li Dowsett, .Mrs. M Merchant, .1 DLawe
& wife. .losephTlldeii. Mi Dora Small,
Mrs. ML Hall, FT Rome, Ci W Van
Ilorcubergh and 2." in steerage.
I'rom .Maui and Hawaii. perS S Klnau,
Sept (i. Hon S O Wilder,. I 31 Oat jr.,
.Miss J llapai, C II Will!, C Leliiiiann,
Mis .M Winter, Ml3 A li Hitelieoek. C
S Richardson, Rev A O Forbes, R.J
Weight, AVm 1$ Lake, G It Errart, Hon
II Kulhelaul, W 1' Luniahelhel, AV King
wife and child. L Alo, Master C and S
Swlnton. .Mrs A Swlnton, W Y Horner,
F II Haelden. II A Heen, and 10S deck
From llonohdu for the Colonies, per
Australia Sept (i.Edouard Rcnienyl,
Mis Jlattle U Downing, Mr Isador
Luek-toue Rudolf Hliniuer. Mrs .IS
Webl), and MNs Kllcn Ireland. G .lones,
Krom Ilamakua per C It Bishop, Sect
7 .1 T MeCrossen and wife. Mrs Beek
uell and " children. Mrs Gabbs, Miss X
Tregloau, (J Hardy, Mrs llauuna, and
l'"roin Kanal per Iwalanl, Sept 7
1 Isenbcrg, A Cropp, V IJlndt, A A
Ilannaberg, VRorehgrevink, Dr Anting
ItevAlex Mackintosh and son, Mrs S
I'eai-e and t! ehlldren, W Spltze, K C
Winston, 1 MaMers Jtlndt, 1 I'etors, II
A Myher, A Moltryde, S Decker. Itev .1
II llanalkl, .MKs L Alajial, & 3 Chlne-e.
S.S. Marlpoa sailed from S. V. Sept.
1st II v. m., dNeliarged pilot at Br, m.
First 2 days had X. X. W. winds thence
lo poit K. X. K. winds fair wind & lino
weather entire passage, 0 days 20 hours.
Stmr C It UUhop lirought MG8 bags
Stmr Kilauea Hon sails this evening
at fi o'clock.
Stmr Klnau brought 00 bags of sugar,
21 hides and 1 horse. On her return on
Saturday next she will bo laid up for u
week to undergo a thorough renovation.
Thu Lchua and Kilauea Hon will take
her place for the time being,
Selir Kawailanl brought 07!! bags of
rice from Koolau.
The. selir Waleliu was hove down this
morning to bo cleaned.
Stmr Lchua brought l!)9."i bags of
sugar. She sails to-morrow at ii v, si.
Selir Luka brought 1100 bags of sugar.
Selir Kaulkeaoull brought 21100 bags
The ship El Dorado, Cstpt. Humphries,
arrived on Saturday, 59 days froniXew
castlo with Kilfl tons of coal to W G
Irwin & Co.
Stmr Iwalanl brought 7!W bags of
sugar, i:i hides and 1 horse.
At Walklkl, Sept. .".lb, 1881, George.
I'urey, infant son of William and
.Marlon 10. LlMuuau, aged 2 mouths and
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
On, paintings by foreign and local
artists, at King Bros. 801) !)t
AIadami: Eugene l'appenlieiin is
now singing in opera in San Fran
cisco. A iiandiim. of dynamite ought to
lie put in the tug Pole, and an end put
lo her miserable existence.
The liktne Hureka left San Fran
cisco Aug. 28th for Honolulu with
a cargo of incrchaiidhie valued at
TwiM-olthlons nearly took plnco
.... wi, ,,,!,. ...... ,.!.... :,. v
u" ''HIUI.UIJ VilUIIIII 111 tllllldllli
Valley, nlioiil Imlf pant woven o'clock
owing lo u Chinese uxprcbsinuu driv
ing wllliout lights.
Tin: hrig V. (JTlrwIn sailed from
S:in Ki'aucixi'o Aug. 21HU for Mono
lulu, with a iiiiicclhiiipoiix cargo
valued at SI li.Kf.K.
Tin: average rate of speaking In
the II. S. Senate is loO words ii
minute. Shouting Iuuilttkou can go
ahead of that by several hundred.
Tin: P. M. S. S. Australia arrived
at 2. 15 p. si. Saturday, and left
again at o o'clock. She had n large
number of pawciigrrs in transit, and
lirought thirty one bags of mail for
this place. .
Tin: net proceeds from llcmcnyi's
concert should have been 8102, but
as some charitable person paid for
a ticket with a Peruvian dollar which
is only worth Gfi cents, the total is
reduced to $101. Go.
Tin: S. S. Mariposa arrived at 1 1
o'clock, C days and 20 hours from
San Francisco. Amongst the pas
sengers wc notice: Mrs. W. P.
Alexander, Messrs. Melirtcns, J.
K. Wiseman, K. Dowsctt and Joe
It is not a very easy matter to
obtain membership in the Honolulu
Hillcs. The other night out of eight
names only three were elected, the
others being blackballed, one so
badly that it would be enough to
pierce anyone's feelings.
Tin: authorities at Toulon, where
the cholera is so bad, have
notices posted advising the inhabit
ants to build bonfires on the streets
at night to purify the atmosphere.
The sanitary commission have prohi
bited the sale of iced drinks, closed
places of amusements, and the mar
ket places are inspected daily.
Ix San Francisco August 29th the
U. S. grand jury returned indict
ments against six sailors on the bark
Ferris S. Thompson, for endeavour
ing to cause a revolt on board that
vessel, and for disobeying the Cap
tain's orders. It will be remembered
this bark plys between Kahului and
Wi: have been shown this day at
the store of M. Mclnerny, some
boys, Blue Jersey Suits, which wo
pronounce the best and nicest article
we have ever seen for young lads.
They arc in various sizes, and may
lie seen in the Merchant Street
window. Ladies, you arc invited to
call and examine these nice suits.
"SViikn the S. S. Australia rounded
Coco Head, she set marine signals,
J. T. P., "I am getting short of
water, and must endeavor to get
some." This was telephoned to J.
M. Oat, Jr., & Co., and they imme
diately notified the agents. Our
evening contemporary says it was a
canard, but if it can make any
more out of it than above let's see
it do so.
A or.sTU'.siASf walking along Bcrc
tania street yesterday morning,
noticed smoke issuing from the
bottom of the fence opposite Fort
Street Church. He found that
a lighted cigar had been thrown in
the dr' grass, setting it on fire and
bad just commenced to burn the
fence. He immediately put it out.
Smokers should bo a little more
Tin: Inter-island Steam Naviga
tion Co. is very much pleased in
having the repairs to the Stmr. .Tas
Makec done witli such quick dis
patch, and it speaks very highly of
the able management of Mr. Lyle,
the Superintendent of Wildcr's
Marine Railway. Under the old way
of heaving down, it would have taken
a week for repairs.
Ri:mi:xyi and his party left by the
S.S. Australia. A largo number of
friends wore down on the wharf to
say good-bye to the talented musi
cians. The band was there and played
some line selections, including the
English National Anthem which was
loudly cheered by the passengers,
as was also Aloha oe.' Several of the
passengers who had come direct
from Knglaud, spoke in the highest
terms of the playing of thojwys.
A Ti:i.Kiiioxic message was re
ceived in town on Saturday 'evening
thai the James Mukco was ashore at
Wnialun. She left here at 10 o'clock
in (he morning, and arrived at Vai
anac all right, leaving that place at
two o'clock lu the afternoon. At
li o'clock she was off Walalua and
grounded on the same place that
she did thu previous I rip. However
at : o'clock Sunday morning she
lloatcd off at high tide and pioceeded
'I'm: latest compound used in
chemistry is nionochlorodlbromopa
radinitrobcnzol. The discoverer's
name is not given.
Fivi: drunks at the Police Court
.i. . in. .-. . i
TiiKitr. will bo a meeting of the
Privy Council on Wednesday next.
Cut. P. S. Wilcox, formerly a
ship chandler on Queen street, died
at Visalia, August 28th.
Tin: price of board at the Cosmo
politan restaurant lias been reduced
to 81. CO per week, owing to compe
tition. Tin: well known trotting horse
Maud S., with a record of 2.9JI, has
been sold to Mr. Kobt. Bonner for
Tin: sale of the steam schooner
W. II. Reed and steam yacht Kapio
lani takes place to-morrow morning
at 1 1 o'clock, at Mr. K. P. Adams'
Xo persons were allowed to board
the steamer this morning until after
the passengers were, landed. This
arrangement almost broke one per
A nativi: named l'amalo was ar
rested this morning for assaulting
Capt. Clonic at the whirligig, Satur
day evening, by striking him on tiie
back of the head with a soda water
Tin: American ship Kl Dorado
from Newcastle, N. S. W., with coal
to Irwin & Co., arrived off port
Saturday afternoon, and hoisted
signal for pilot. She got too near
to the reef opposite the Branch Hos
pital and grounded. Assistance was
promptly at hand, but it was 1
o'clock Sunday morning before she
was got off. The Pele was a long
time getting ready, owing to consi
derable disdrdcr on board. Why
didn't the pilot go out on Saturday
and fetch the ship in? .There ap
pears to bo some blame somewhere.
Ox Saturday afternoon quite a
crowd of people wore round the Post
Olllce window eager to get their mail
when a horse suddenly walked on to
the verandah and made direct for
his owner's box finding it without
dilliculty. The owner, a somewhat
elderly man, was riding the well
traincd beast, and after opening the
box and getting his mail, departed
the same way. The affair caused
quite a stampede among the large
crowd, a number of ladies being
present, who were looking anxiously
for a policeman. The old gentleman
may thank his Muttons there was
not one there at the time.
Tin: "superior method of unload
ing lumber" mentioned in the Guide
this (Monday morning) does not
seem very new to some lumbermen,
as we know an old sailor who assist
ed at the same kind of a contrivance
10 years ago, but then jib was
spelled with a j not a g. Since
steam was introduced, during the
past few years, that and the donkey
engine have superseded the watch
tackle or luff upon luff purchase.
Tin: Rev. Mr. Cruzan last evening
preached the initial sermon of a
scries on the besetting sins of Hono
lulu. The subject was "The Social
F.vil," the reasons for the prevalence
of which he gave as ignorance of
physiological laws; the lack of
faithful instruction of youth; lust
instead of love as the inducement to
marriago ; the passion for dress and
display, nnd the abounding bad
literature available to the young.
The remedies proposed were princi
pally the converse of the causes
instruction of the youth, by parents
and physicians, in the laws governing
their nature ; pure love as the basis
of marriage ; keeping young peoplo
from pernicious influences at night,
on the street and at late social
gatherings; the punishment of the
man at least as severely as tho woman
for breaches of the seventh com
mandment; the cultivation in youth
of u taste for good reading, nnd the
suppression of bad literature. A
large congregation gave rapt atten
tion to the discourse throughout.
c. j. McCarthy
(Lite nf the "Old fmm i."
I II K 1 1
1.1 Li U LIU 11
JBttiyl.iU'ly lOlimttdl with the
A' lor llou-e H?U
Iced Drinks & the Best Cigars
will always bo found on hand.
IIAS.ll'ST UECKIVKI) PK1I
A Large New Stock
Laaies', Gents' & Gliilflren's
OF KVKKY DESCRIPTION.
TO UK SOLI)
riTTTHTI THim flA M
lit FOHT STREET.
Punahou Praparatoty School
Fall Term, bijiln. on Monday,
rpilE Trustees sue happy to announce
X thai the shroud year, since the
adoption of the new coursu of study,
lireinlM' lo be visrv siuecssful. Miss
.M. L. SPOON Ell, ii graduate or .Mount
llolyoke, and for live yeais past a mum.
bur of the Scminiiiy 1' acuity, has been
secured as an insti uctor at the College.
It is evpi'cted that the new Professor
ship of Chumi-try and the Xatural
Sciences will lie lillcd earlv lu the year.
MISS EMMA V. HALL- an e.pcri.
enccd teacher, and for some years Prin
cipal of a Orainmnr School in Ware,
Mass., conies from that position to take
charge of the I'unnliou Preparatory
Only a few new pupils can lie rccclv.
cil at this School, and they will be ad.
laittcd in order of application, which
must he inndo to UEV. C. M. HYDE I).
1)., or to the President of the College.
15'Catalogues sent on application.
TOTIir. I.Allll'.S Ol' IIOXOMTM)
DRESSMAKER, having returned,
has resumed business.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed mid Curled In
all the newest shades.
Corner of Kinc and Richard Streets,
ALV1 N II. RASEMA NN
PAPE1MUJLER and HLAXIC-IIOOIC
Rook Ilindlug of all description neatly
and promptly e.ccuted.
Un.ctte Ruihliiig - .Merchant street
J. M. OAT Jr. &Co.
Dealers In all kinds of
The Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at the Gazette lltoek-, Merchant
Street ly b
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JOHN A. PALMKIE
Will attend to the collection of
bills, rents, &c. Krep account",
draw legal documents. Leaso and
sell properly. Rent rooms, and
transact general business. He will
also attend to orders and commis
sions of every sort from thu other
Islands. Patronage solicited.
No. (1!) Hotel Street, Honolulu.
Telephone, 298. P. O. box, !107.
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King and Niiunnu streets.
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Telephone 349.
The Best Lunch lu Town,
Tea aud Ooffeo at All Hours
The lluest t! rands of Cigars and
Tobacco, always on hand.
AT Till: I'AIIK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
KpTIm only seaside lesorl in the
n it ((n
Grand Qpening on
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St.,
Tito general public arc invited to p;ivc us a call anil inspect,
at our opening, our new anil select stock of Dry Goods,
Taney Goods; Ladies', Children's, ami Infant's Wear,
Millinery, Clothing, Gents furnishing Goods, Traveling
Trunks, Valises, House Furnishing Goods, ami an Klcgant
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Chihlren'H,
and Infants' Slioea.
. OOl-IN Ac CO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
xfc7" S-1 Tgiimr-' 1 Cf fl
Cts.. Etc.. Etc
&j5S3Si IMiiMnii' li ' nr
Fenu AViro and Staples Korosoiio Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c., &c.
i'f "imiijwsi i ' i ij j a ssa ss
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To iii ulte room for a I. a esc Htocli ol
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and San FraiiriFeo.
All slock on hand during tho next 30 days will be sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AXI) ALL KINDS OF'MUSIC (lOOI)S.
.Parlor Sets, liedrooin Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Large Vailcly of Fancy (Joods.
725 lm XiYO-AJV Ac Co.
Grapes, Pears, Piiu. Peacles, Anion aiifl Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins.
Anil a full line of Fresh Staple rocerieK.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. 1. O. Uox 2!7. (7C2
(1. D. K1IEKTII.
W. C. I'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
g.'t XllMUllll .Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OFFER FOR SALE
At tlit Lowe! Market Ituit'K
u lare and well selected (.lock of
the Choicest and ino-t Favorite
iVe., &;, Ac.,
All Goods Guaranteed.
nnd oidnrs'filled pinmptly.
Telephone 40. l O. IJov UfiO,
Monday, 'Slept. '8th,
Elc. Etc., Etc'.
ki:nni:dy ft vo.)
Rl 0 CO Untnl Pt
" U 01 Utf I1UIB1 01
ex S S Mnriposa,
A Lane Assortment
T li nilm II
I, IIIIIPIUI III
- roil bam:
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Glogfiorn & Go's
A Good Chance for a Live Man
ON account of sickness. I wnnt to sell
cut my BAGGAGE EXPRESS,
TWO StJlH IIlll'lIOHH,
Tlirou Good HoracM
1 am doing a good liiisiiicss, lint have to
1cao the country on account of my
lic.iltli. None lnu ensh buyers need apply-
For further particulars call on O.
Hammer, corner King nnd Fort sti.
771 lm I SMITH.
A SMALL unfurnished Cottnge, In
" the centre of town, suitable for a
young man. Address "Cottage'' Dulle.
tin Olllce. tf