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TUKKDAY, SKIT. !), 1881.
SUN, MOOH AND SEA.
All tlni)' from noon of to-day, Sept, it
SmiKi'lo it n.
Sun ltix(( 17 Hi,
.Moon UUvn II Til,
HIjrJiTlilo (small) 71)0.
IIIfrhTldi' (lW) 20 .
wish ash wnmiiiii
Krentil Itom noon or ycttfiiliiy
Al'sraSvd Tlieiintimotur ltulii.
Ill I till '."ill Mil I (ill I HM Hti) Ish
mo ai.i4 nn.i ii wo :..-,
I 7(i.r, turn
; Hen, Hiuiiotli,
Wlml, N. II. IlKlitj 81sy, line;
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
roil ban ritANCisco.
Mariposa.... Lcavc4 lInolnlu, Scpl. 15
Alameda.... Leave Honolulu. Oct. 1st
FOlt AUCKLAND AND SYDNEY:
Stmr Zcnlandla Oct. 4
KOIt RAN XltANCIBCO.
Stmr Ully of Sydney Sept. 28
11-,'tne ffG Irwin from S. F.
Tern Mary Dodge from Kttrcka
Htnir Mokolll fioin Windward ports
Stinr Planter from Windward ports
JJsu-lf Ceylon for Hongkong
Stmr Klnnii for Windward ports
Stmr I.elma for Windward ports
Stmr lwalanl for Kauai
Stmr 0 It ltisliop for llamakna
Sebr Kawallanl for Itaualel
Sehr Llliolllio for Wnlinea
Selir Xettlo Meriill for Lalialna
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Mokolll for Windwartl ports
Sebr Kanikeaonll for Kobala
Sebr Luka for Kobolalcle
VESSELS IN PORT.
Haik Catalina, Wllliuins
Hark 0 O Wbltmoie, Calbonn
Tom Kva, Wlknian
S.S. Mariposa, Howard
Ship Kl Dorado, Humphries
llgtiiu W O Irwin, Turner
Tern Mary Dodge, Paul
From S. P. perbgtnc W G Irwin, Sept.
!). W K Farllngor, S J Penwlek, Win.
Stclling, Col. Norrls, J Burk, O WFarr.
For Windward Ports, per stmrKluau.
Aug 9 L Asno and wife, Mr AVootl, X
Y Horner, J Austin, Mr E Dowsctt,
MIssM Dowsctt, WW Goodale, C1I
Eldrldgc, C E Richardson, T Speneer,
Mrs. Wodeboti'.e, C 15 Wells, U I.eh
mann, G II Ewart, Miss Coekelt.
From windward ports per Planter,
Sept 0 Hon A P Judd, Mai A Rosa, C
Wall, Rev SH Davis, W 11 Bally, wife
and 2 children, M Govcia,MlssBabcoek
J W Liming and wife, Z Aekerinan, G J
Campbell, Mrs W J Maxwell & 2 eblld'n,
J M Alexander, Mrs A Wallace, Miss E
Wallace, Mrs M I) Cooko and 0 children,
J II Good, K P Potter, Hon L Abolo, 11
K Smytbe, O Dibb, Mrs Eva Pracht,
Mrs 'Wahincaukal and 03 deck.
The bgtue W G Irwin, Capt. Turner,
arrived last night U davs from S. P.
with 102 hogs, 11S0 sks of Hour, 8:H sks
of barley, 12U3sksofbran, 270sksof oats,
210 bales of hay, 070 sks of bone meal,
".ioO bbls of lime, 200 tons of sand, etc.
She had lino weather throughout the
voyage. Pased the Mary Dodge yester
The tern Mary Dodge, Capt. Paul,
arrived this morning 10 days from
Eureka with 123030 feet of surface lum
ber, G5220 feet of cedar lumber, 54021
feet of rough lumber, 9312 feet of T & G
lumber, ami 121000 shingles to Lowers
Stmr Mokolli brought 401 bags of
sugar, 59 bags of rlee, 52 sheep, 50 bags
of taro and 1000 sltcep sKius.
The ship El Dorado is docked at the
The Catalina Is taking In ballast. She
will sail for Hongkong on or about the
The sailing of the Ceylon has been
postponed. She will sail on Thursday
next If she can get a certain number of
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A mssii'ATr.D man is apt to be
dizzy paled also.
Tun Honolulu Rifles meet for drill
Tub weather throughout England
is unusually hot and dry.
Vctkhinauy Surgeon Hrodio will
arrive by the S.S. Alameda.
Tkk deaths from cholera have
taken place in Dublin, Ireland.
Hat, towel and clothes racks very
cheap, at King Bros. 812 3t
Am. the Government schools in
the islands will re-open on Monday
Wi: return our thanks to Purser
Guard of the Mariposa for n late file
, . ..-.
Lady Herschcl, widow of Sir J. F.
W. Herschcl, the astronomer, is
Ouit old friend, Col. Morris, is in
town again. He arrived by the W.
G. Irwin this morning.
Auvicks by the Mariposa show
that the price of sugar has advanced
of a cent.
Mu. Varndley's singing class
meets at tho Y. M. C. A. Hall this
Smuooixus have been carrying
watches Into Canada hidden In holm
scooped in copies of the llihlu.
Tin: W. G. Irwin arrived from
San Francisco tills morning) making
the quick timu of 1 1 days 18 liotiro.
-m.i-i - i i
His Majesty tlio King lias pur
chased n threc'fonrths Interest in
the native newspaper Jlohu o kc
A'ai. for S"20.
Tin: 'Wiser wonts to givo a lesson
on personalities to the Hulixtis'.
Heller first turn ntlcntion to its own
Tin: U. S. S. Tallapoosa stink off
Cottage City, Mass., August 21st.
Stie collided with n three-masted
schooner. Two lives were lost.
Tins evening, a new class will be
formed at the Y. M. C. A. rooms
for the purpose of special instruction
in arithmetic, under direction of Mr.
A. Frank Cooke.
Nr.ws was received by the Mari
posa that Mr. T). K. Fyfc, a former
Jailor of Oahu Prison, is now an in
mate of the Insane Asylum at Santa
Mr. L. Adlcr has received by tho
Mariposa a splendid assortment of
gentlemen's, ladies' and children's
shoes of the finest quality. Give
him a call.
St. Louis College re-opens next
Monday morning. There arc more
applications for boarders than there
is room for, until the new building
John II. Paty, Esq., has presented
the Library and Reading Room
Association witli an elegantly bound
copy of Rand and McNally's Atlas
of the World.
Wi: are glad to find that the Road
Supervisor lias at last turned his
attention to the repairing of those
holes on Merchant street opposite
We have it on good authority that
a prisoner at the jail named Lakalo
was kept there fifteen days beyond
his time. The matter was settled
with him for 40.
Tum Look, the Chinaman charged
with stealing a sewing machine, and
assault with a pistol on Capt Mehr
tens and two other officers, was this
morning committed for trial to the
Tin: Amateur Musical Society re
sumes its weekly practice on Friday
evening next, at the Y. M. C. A.
Hall. It is to be hoped there will be
a good attendance, and that it will
be kept up.
It was currently reported on the
streets yesterday, that Caspar, the
man who shot Hugh Tcnnant, nt
Ililo some time turo, had been killed
by a brother of Tcnnant, somewhere
Adams's sale of steamers W. II.
Reed and Kapiolani had to bo post
poned from 11 o'clock till 12 o'clock
to-day on account of the Guide
leading many people astray by
announcing tho latter hour for tho
sale this morning.
The house and grounds on Bcrc
tania street, lots No. 205 and 291 are
offered for salq. The garden is well
stocked with bearing imported and
native fruits. Water pipes run
through it. See Adv. for further
Mn. J. E. Wiseman, our well
known business agent, arrived by
the Mariposa, looking well, and
reports having a general good'timc.
During his absence, his clerk, Willie
White, has been most attentive and
obliging to all who have had business
Wk have received from J. M. Oat
& Co., their Post-Ofllcc time table of
the Hawaiian Inter-Island steamers.
It will be issued monthly, gives the
fullest particulars and will bo ex
ceedingly useful. Orders for sub
scriptions, etc., should be addressed
to J. M. Oat & Co.
Tin: native Painalo, who assaulted
Capt. Clunie at the whirligig, Satur
day evening, had his case tried this
morning in the Police Court. After
hearing evidence, His Honor de
nounced the assault as a very cow
ardly one, and sentenced the prisoner
to one month's imprisonment, with
costs. An appeal was noted to the
Tin: Court roturncd from Knti by
tin' Hlmr. 1'lantcr.
Mkssiis. Lycau & Co. have re
ceived by the Mariposa a set of
seventeen nlckle plated band instru
ments, which will be forwarded to
Laupohochoc for the Portuguese
band, recently formed tlicic.
Tin: steamer V. 11. Heed was not
sold this noon, only one bid being
made for her of 1,200. The Ka
piolani was sold to Samuel Dwiglit
for 81,075. His Majesty the King
was present and made a bid for Hie
A Ti:i.i:aitA.M was received by the
Mariposa from Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
slating that Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Walerhoiisc and Mr. Henry Walor
house had arrived at that place
safely. Mr. "Watcrhousc, Senr.,
stood the journey as well as could
Lyons & Lr.vr.v hold a very im
portant sale to-morrow morning at
10 o'clock, at their salesrooms. The
goods consist of an elegant assort
ment of drawing and dining room
sets, easy chairs and a splendid
collection of pictures. The whole
arc now on view,
The Strangers' Friend Society will
meet at tho residence of Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh, Nuuanu Valley, on
Thursday next, September lllh, at 4
o'clock in the afternoon. All mem
bers and all ladies desiring to become
members are requested to be pre
sent. Gentlemen invited for the
Tin: Anglicun Chronicle, for
September, contains a full account
of the proceedings of the Synod
which met in the early part of Au
gust. The subject of Marriage is
one of the leading articles, and
refers to that part of the Bishop's
address delivered before the Synod,
in which he denounced the practice
of marriages being solemnized in
private houses. The editor of the
Anglican officiate at eight wed
dings in private' where they only
have one in church, and it is quite
likely they will have to continue to
do so. Children's Education is an
able article. The editors hope that
our educational authorities have
read an article on Education, which
appeared in the Bulletin of August
28th. The usual local and foreign
church news completes a very read
The Mariposa brought down a new
six-oared skiff for Mr. Thomas
Lucas. She was made by J. D.
Griflln, San Francisco, and is a most
handsome and staunch craft. Clin
ker built, 32 feet long, i feet wide
and 1CA incites deep, and with a
weight guessed by several persons
this morning at about 180 lbs., this
boat promises to take n distinguished
part in the events of November ICth
and subsequent regattas. She is
built of sugar pine on, wo believe, a
hardwood skeleton ; her thwarts and
rudder aro of mahogany j she is
brass-kneed, copper fastened, and
shod with brass, the shoe coming up
over the cutwater. A new thing here
for a boat of this class is seen in her
sliding seats, and she is provided
with spoon oars of spruce 12 feet 10
inches in length, except the stroke
pair, that have the 10 inches docked
off. Very comfortable looking foot
rests are another improvement, and
withal the only thing not visible at
her present quarters just now is a
crew to do justice to such a duck of
a craft. We have no doubt, how
ever, that the material for such a
crew is in tho mind's eye of her
owner, right on the premises, too,
and we hope that gentleman will
allow us to call the public down to
tho water front to see the trial trip
round the buoy.
A SUIT OF FRONT ROOMS, nicely
furnished. Apply at No. SKukiil
MR. P. A. DIAS having made an
npslgnment of his property to Mr.
J. IIYMAN for the bcticllt of his credi
tors, all paitles having any rlainis
against paid Plus are requested to pre
sent them to tho undersigned ntthoolllce
ofllyninn Hiothers, within thirty days
from this date.
Honolulu, August 20th, 1881. 781 lm
G. H. ROBERTSON,
i Drayman best teamH
Ofllce, Queen ut. 15
c. j. McCarthy
(Lite of tliu "Old Corner.")
aTlntelj connected with the
Iced Drinks & the Best Cigars
will always lio found on hand.
HAS JUST ItKCIHVKI) PER
A Large ESew Stock
Lies', Gouts' Klilflra
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
TO BE SOLD
114 PORT STREET.
Punahon Proparalory School
Pall Tcim, begins on Monday,
rpiIETrustees aie happy to announce
JL that the second jeur, since the
adoption of the new course of study,
premises to be verv f access fill. Miss
M. I.. Sl'OONER, iigi.nUuucof Mount
Ilolyoke, and for live ye.us past a mem.
her of the Seinliiniy Faculty, has been
secured us an instructor at the College.
It I epccted that the now Professor
ship of Cliuinistiy and the Xnliirnl
Sciences will be tilled earlv In the year.
MISS EMMA V. HALL- an e.peri.
enccd teacher, and for sonic years li in.
cipal of a Grammar School in Ware,
JIass., conies from that position to take
charge of the Punahou Preparatory
Only a few new pupils can be rccclv.
cd nt this School, and they will be nd
mitted in order of application, which
must be made to REV. O. M. HYDE D.
D., or to the President of the College.
jarCatnlogucs sent on application.
TO THE I.AIUI'.H OF HONOLULU
DRESSMAKER, having returned,
has resumed business.
Pcathers Cleaned, Dyed ami Cm led in
all the newest thades.
Coiner of King and Richard Streets.
ALVIN II. ItASEMANN
PAPER-RULER and ULAXK-HOOK
Rook Rinding of all description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Uuuding Merchant street
J. M.OATJr. &Co.
Dealers in all kinds of
STAT1 ON ERY,
The Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at the Gazette. JioeA; Merchant
Street ly b
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JOIIX A. PAIiMKlt
Will attend to the collection of
bills, lcnts, &c. Keep aciounts,
draw legal documents. Lease and
sell piopcrty. Rent rooms, and
transact general business. Ho will
nl jo attend to orders' and commis
sions of every sort from the other
Mauds. Patronage solicited.
No. CO Hotel Street, Honolulu.
Telephone, 298. P. O. Ro, !W7.
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King and Nuuanu streets.
Fresh Orocoriosand Provisions received
by every .Steamer.
P. 0. Box 130, Tclcphono 349.
Tho Best Lunch in Town,
Tea and Coffee at All Hours
'i'lio finest Rinmls of Clears and
Tobacco, alwayH on hand.
AT TI1K 1'AUK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
3r"Tlio only Aea-slde resort in the
Kingdom. II. J. NOLTE,
Beaver J4, Saloon
Grand Qpcnimj on
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St.,
The general public are invited to givo us a call and inspect,
at 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 Elegant
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' Shoes.
. OOI-XIV Ac CO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets Etc., Etc.
NTitiwnakt. , -. -("v: j-.j-
Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil ti specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &e.
Selling at Cost for 30 Bays !
To make room for a havse Htork of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and San Francisco.
All stook on hand during the next 30 days will be sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sots, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Large Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm XuYO-AJN" &: Co.
L EWIS & CO..
Just Received ex S S Mariposa,
Graies, Pears, Plus. Peaclies, Apples and Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins.
Anil a lull line of Fresh Staple CJroeerios.
iBland Orders solicited. Tclcphono No. 210. 1 O. Hox 207. (762
0. P. VltKETII.
W. C. l'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
: Xminmi Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OFFEU FOK SALE
At the Lowest Market ItateK
a largo and well selected stock of
the Choicest and most Favorite
I! rami 8 of '
&C, &C, (fee.
All Goods Guaranteed. '
and orderslfllled promptly.
P. O. Hox 3C0.
Monday, Sept. '8th, '
Etc.. Etc., Etc.
KKNNI'.DY & CO.)
- 67 & 69 Hotel SI
A Larp Assortment
- KOlt SAI.K
At tho Lowest PriceB
at A. S. Clcghorn & Co's -
A Good Chance for a Live Man
ON account of sickness, 1 want to sell
cut my JJAGGAOE EXPRESS,,
Two Noiw IlnrncNH,
r.LMiroo Good IIoi'nch
I am doing a good business, but have to
lonvo the country on account of my
health. Nono but cash buycis necil ap
ply. For further narlieulaia call ou C.
Hammer, comer King and Fort sts.
771 lm P. SMITH.
A SMALL unfurnished Cottage, Inj
the centre of town, suitable for a
jumi(i man, miuresfj "oiiBce IJUllC-ti?,
tiu unice. (f "