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SUM, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon nf In-day, Hepl. 10
Mini ScN (i ;,
Mini Itl'fM 17 in.
Moon Itl-c" IIMTi.
lll;li'riilo (mall) a tMill.
IllKli Tliln (liii-Kr) (Ml.
WIMl ami wi:itiii:h
Uutoicl Ikiiii nonti f if j I'Ktctiluy
At M'll lu ul.
I III I (Hi -JJIill I'll I Oh I islilltu 18h
I.w.ut I no. in Imwri, his 7;. 711. imki
Wlml, .S. I.'. Unlit; jky, line; Sen, nniootli.
Dliimoml Head, Scpl. 10, Hp.M
Light N. K. wind.
Hlmr Wainianalo off Harbor's l't.
OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
I'OH SAN KllANCISCO.
Mariposa.... Leaves Honolulu, Sep!. 15
Alameda.... Leaves Ilonolnlu. Oct. 1st
FOli AUCKLAND AM) tJVl.Ni:Y:
Stnir Zcalnudla (Jet. t
I'Oll SAN P1IAKCIRCO.
Stnir City of Sydney Sept. 28
Selir Wiiluuilu from IColoa
Schr Keknnluolil from lfnunlcj
tituir Jnuics Mukcu from Kauai
Stnir Jlokolll for Windward port1!
Selir Knuikcnoiilt for Koliala
Tern Eva for S. V.
Selir Mary Foster for Walanao
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Selir W'alnialn for IColoa
Selir ICekaiilnolil for Jlanale!
Selir I.tiku for Ittiholalelo
Selir I'amilil for llanali'l
VESSELS IN PORT.
Hark Catallna, Williams
Hark 0 O Wliltmore, Callioiin
S.S. Mnrlpoa, Howard
Ship El Dorado. Humphries
Ilfjtiio W C. Irwin, Turner
Tern .Mary Hodge, Paul
For Kami) per Iwnkiul Sept. !). Ills
Ex. Gov. I P Kanoa and wife, Hon.
P 1imi1ioi'k. 'lolui Ill-own, Willie Kiinj,
dipt. .1 l!o, It W Clinrelilll. O W
.Mnelie, W 1' Liinialieihel ami wife.
Clarence M White, F Jlnrr, Hev. .1 It
llanalke, II Myhr. .1 Jlryant. Miss 51 A
Chamberlain, .Mr liergmnn, T Knlacnnc
and about SO deck.
For Ilamakna, per C It'BIsliop. Sept
l)-Mrs .1 T Mc('ioson, "Mis Julia,
Fl-dier. Mrs Maiy Mitchell Henry Ka
111:111:1. (!eo Haul' and 50 deck.
Selir Wnlmnhi brought 1100 bags of
The Ceylon Is docked at Brewer's
The W II Heed has been hauled out
into the stream again.
L:i.t Thmxliiy A. si., while the stnir.
Planter was between llonuapo & l'una
luu on her return from Windward ports
one of the blades of her propeller broke
off short. She went on the Marine
Hallway this afternoon to put on another
propeller and to be cleaned.
The tern Eva silled thK I. sr. for S.
F. with USUI bags of Migar and MX) bags
of rice. Valued 822,:!()l).
The French brig Tawara arrived off
port this morning I" days from Tahiti
with a load of oranges for S. F. She
canii! to this port for provisions.
A telephone message was received
from Waialua yesterday morning stating
that the schooner Kliukal was wrecked
on Knena point about 10 miles from
Waialua. In the afternoon of the same
day another message eamu saying that
the Kliukal was full of water ami to all
probability 11 total wreck.
LOCAL & CEHERAL NEWS.
Tnr. Grcely party got within -138
niiio3 of the pole.
I'Ai'Ki: money is ton per cent more
valuable than coin in China.
Tmati: will be n meeting of the
Board of Education to-morrow.
Hat, towel and clothes racks very
cheap, tit King Bros. 812 Jit
Tin: S. S. Alameda will sail on
Monday next at noon, for San Fran
cisco. Nona: is given that all persons
arc forbidden to shoot on lands of
Kawainui. Sec adv.
Tur.ur. were two drunks and one
case of assault and battery In the
Police Court Hits morning.
, .. -.
Yi:u.oy fever, which is now raging
epidemic in some parts of Mexico,
has shown its eccentricity by attack-
STAitGii-and-water is now used
by physicians and others In treating
diarrhoea and dysentery. Remarka
ble cures have been effected thereby.
Pathoss of Fort Street School arc
notified Hint the next term begins on
Monday, thu 15th inst. All pupils
are requested to bo present on that
Nr.w Zealand is shipping bt)ttcr
to Now England with satisfactory
results. TI10 butter is kept in a
tenipcratuioof JJ8 degrees while on
Tin. Ladles lleiu'volonl Society
will have a hul'iiiIiIu to-morrow even
ing, in the I'm lorn of (ho Fort Sticel
ICamakum:, the dummy member
for Mnkuwnn, llnding he couldn't
I mi 11 any nioie square meals, took
Ills dcpailiiro ycsteulay, for Aiaiii.
Tin: application for a charter lo
incorporate the Bullctin-l'icss Com
pany lias been withdrawn at the in
stance of the proprietor of the Bri.-
Mt.s M. L. Spooncr and Miss E.
V. Hall, the new teachers for Oalui
College and l'liimhou Preparatory
Scliool respectively, arrived by Hie
Tin: fresh fruit wliicli arrived itj'
the Mariposa was in excellent condi
tion when unpacked. This is owing
to the care taken of it by thc2dolllccr,
Hon. A. S. Clcghorn, Inspector
General of Immigrants, left by the
Kinau yesterday afternoon, for a
tour of inspection on the Islands of
Maui and Hawaii.
Tun singing class at the Y. M. C.
A. Hall last evening was attended
by '111 persons. Tiic arithmetic class
started for the first time last evening,
had 13 in attendance.
Tin: Honolulu Killes had a good
drill last evening, though the attend
ance was not quite so large as usual.
II. I' Ilcbbard has been appointed
Misi&Tini Gibson did not go to
Lahaina yesterday afternoon. It is
hard for him to tear himself away
from the pleasures of misgovcru
liient. AnouT half-past eleven o'clock this
morning, the verandah of the Post
olllcc looked like a Chinese Immi
gration depot. Buttons ought to
have been tliero with his well-trained-box-opening
Tm: Strangers' Friend Society
meets at -1 o'clock to-morrow after
noon at the residence of Kcv. Alex.
Mackintosh, Nutuinu Valley. Gen
tleman arc requested to make their
appearance at 7 o'clock.
Tin: Herald of Trade says, "While
Cholera is slowly traveling west,
earthquakes arc traveling east, and
have reached the Channel Islands.
They ma' be expected back via
India, China and the Hawaiian
Tin: Hawaiian Carriage Manufac
turing Co. has just turned out a new
and improved trotting break for a
gentleman in this city. It is most
beautifully painted, and the work
manship cannot be excelled anywhere
in town or elsewhere.
Tiiosi: large trees on Nuuanii
street, just maufca of Kukui, ought
to be trimmed at once, as they touch
the tops of passing carriages. In
front of No. 1.'52 Nuuanu street,
some trees overhanging the sidewalk
Miss Anins Montague and Mr.
Chas. Turner may be expected here
from the Colonics in November. If
possible they will bring three or
four good singers and, with .1 local
chorus, give us a round of the
latest operas. We greatly hope the
idea may be carried out.
CiiAni.r.s Huslncc has received by
the Mariposa old Virginia sweet and
sour pickles, something very nice,
prepared and put up by a San Fran
cisco lady. lie has also received
Cal. white honey, maple syrup, and
so many other good things that the
best thing is to visit bis store on
King street and see for yourself.
Mit. Kohcit Lishmau, who went lo
England early in the year to super
intend thu preparation of stone for
St. Andrews now Cathedral, is ex
pected to return by the S.S. Alameda,
due Sept 22. The stonu is expected
to arrive by the British hark Ophelia,
due from Liverpool the latter end
of tliis month.
Mit. A. F. Cooke has started the
collection of manure in a large lot
on South street, for shipment In the
outlying plantations. TI10 enter
prise is at mice calculated lo be an
outlet for a largo part of the city's
filth, a benefit to thu planters and,
wo hope, a source of profit lo the
Wi. hear llial in I ho diMiict of
Kau, Hawaii, there was plenty of
good iiiins during the month of
August, which stalled every tiling
growing and the place never looked
greener and nicer. The I'aliala Mill
lias been shut down two weeks, and
N beim; thoroughly overhauled. Tin
mill will commence
about a month's time.
Woun was received yesterday that
tiic snootier Kliukni' was ashore at
Kaciia point, about 10 miles from
Waialua. The steamer. Wnimonolo
was soon afterwards sent to render
assistance, but as we go to press the
steamer is returning without the
schooner in tow, so it is likely thcro
is no chance of saving her from total
wreck. The Ehukal was built by
James Dower, is 15 tons burthen,
and made her trial trip August 25th,
1882. She lias plied between here
and Waialua since August 20th, of
the same year.
Tin: total amount of deposits in
the English Postal Savings Hanks,
Jan. i; 1881, was IM 1,708,808 or
about $208,811,010. The amount
deposited during 1880 was 13,575,
1GC and the amount withdrawn was
L'l 1,800,000, leaving an increase of
deposits for the year of about
88,875,000. In the Austrian Postal
Saving Hanks, the deposits on tiic
first of July, 1883, amounted to
8,812,380 florins (about S 1 , 100,100)
duo to 3!)!), 338 depositors. In
France, the total amount of deposits
in the Postal Savings Hanks in July,
1883, was 73,035,702 francs due to
The Honolulu Slock Exchange
held its regular session this morning.
l'l-Inccvlllu l'l.iat. Co 70
Walhiku Sugar Co
Hawaiian Agricultural Co...
Grove Hunch Plantation Co.. 200
KastMaul Plantation Co
Onomcii Sugar Co
Paukaa Sugar Co
Haluwa Sugar Co
Hoiioniu Sugar Co
P.iin Plant. Co
C. Iliuwcr & Co. (Mercantile)
Fast Maul Slock Co. (Kauch;
Honolulu Ice Works Co
Wood lawn Dairy Co
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Hand will give a concert at
the Koyal Hawaiian Hotel lo-moriow
evening. Following is the pro
Overture 1'eMi val Bach
Cavatina M'arcos Visconti Pelrella
Polka A Child of the Time Carl
Selection Jerusalem Verdi
Selection The Beggar Student (new)
Waltz-On the Twilight Coote
Medley War Keeollcetlon Beyer
Alii Wela and Hawaii Ponol.
LATEST F0REICN NEWS.
Prospects are bright for an abun
dant harvest throughout Canada.
The feeling against the Chinese is
increasing in Hritish Columbia. A
Dominion Government Commission
is taking evidence in that Province
and in California upon the subject .
Tiic Russian Government lias
issued a circular to the Principal1)
of the schools in Russia, holding
them responsible for any revolu
tionary tendencies their scholars may
have, and enjoining them to main
tain a strict supervision over their
pupils, in order to dissipate thu
slightest favor of Nihilistic senti
ment. An epidemic of malignant and
pernicious fever is reported at San
Carlos, thirty-eight miles from
Panama. There were nine deaths
in thirty-seven hours. The inhabit
ants are panic-stricken. It is believed
that the epidemic is due to intense
malarial poisoning. Panama is very
sickly. There aro from ten to liftcen
funerals daily. The heat is intense.
The Sultan of Morocco caused the
massacre of a whole tribe in Angara
Kabila because they asked for French
protection. Men were killed and
women and children made slaves.
Fully f,()00 men from different
tribes havo gathered to attack tho
Clicrif of Suadzan, and a war with
Franco is probable.
A SUIT OK FRONT KOO.MS, nicely
furnished. Apply at No. 8 Kukui
i It. P. A. DIAS having made an
iVJL assignment of Iim property to Mr.
.1. HYMAN for the hencllt or his credi
tors, all liar tics having any claims
against nut! Dins aru requested to pre.
sent them tollioundcr.dgiieil atthoolllee
of llyinnii Brothers, within thirty days
from this date.
Ilonolnlu, August 2Qth, 1831. 701 lm
c. j. McCarthy
(Lite of the "Old Corner.")
BILLIARD ": SEOOI
fittjfl iK'll 'Olllintel With the
Aloi- llini'f -ft5U
Iced Drinks & the Best Cigars
will always be found on hand.
IIAS.H'ST ltlXT.IVI'.l) PHI!
A Large New Stock
1) rinutn! 0. ril,iL1i,n,J
A hi f PAD'S
uuuiu ia U1111UJ.UU u
OF EVEItY DESCRIPTION.
TO BE SOLI)
111 FORT STltLKV.
Punahou Preparatory School
Fall Turin, liegiti on Monday,
riAHE Trustees ate happy to announce
X that the c -coiid jenr, sdncc the
adoption of the uev. eouie of Mudy,
premise lo ho very successful. Miss
M. L. SPOONER, 11 gr.uhmto of Mount
Ilolyokc, and for live yeais past a nieni.
her of the Seminary Faultily, lias Lecn
secured as an Instructor at the College.
It is upecled that the new Professor
ship of Chemistry and the Natural
Sciences will ho lllled eailv in the year.
MISS EMMA V. HALL an expert,
ciiccd teacher, and for somo years Prin
cipal of a Giammar School in Ware,
Muss., coined from that position to lake
ehnrgu of tlio Pinialiou Picparatory
Only a few new pupils can be lecclv.
ed at this School, and they will ho ad
mittcd in order of application, which
must ho made to UEV. C. M. HYDE D.
U., or to the President of the College.
tgyCatalogiics sent on application.
TO TIIK I.AIUr.M UK HONOLULU
DRESSMAKER, having returned,
has lesimied business.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Curled in
all the nowe-it iliudcs.
Coiner of King and Richard Streets.
AbVIN II. ItAStiMAXX
PAPER-Rl'LER mid HLAXIC-IIOOK
Rook Binding of all descilpllou neatly
ami promptly executed.
Gazette Building - Merchant sued
Dealers In all kinds of
HTA' IU OZS'iJ Li V,
Thu Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at lle Gnzclle Jloel-, Merchant
Street ly b
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
lOHX A. VAIjMKK
Will attend to thu collection of
hills, rents, &c. Kcop accounts,
draw legal documents, I.caso and
sell properly. Rent rooms, and
transact general business. Ho will
at)o attend to orders and commis
sions of every sort from the other
IlainR Patronage- solicited.
Xo. fill Hotel Stifut, Honolulu.
Telephone, 238. P. O. llox, :i7.
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Comer King and Xuimuti streets.
Kresli (irnccriniaud Provisions lcccived
by every Steamer.
P.O. Box 130, Telephone 349.
Tho Bost Lunch in Town,
Tea and Ooffeo at All Hours
The lluest Brands of Cigars and
Tobacco, always on hand.
AT Till: I'AltK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
B3,"Tlu) only sen-sldo resort In the
Beaver )L Salooii
Grand Open i 11 ( on
Opposite Ilia Now Bank Building, Fori St.,
The general public arc invited to give us u call ami inspect,
at our opening, our new and select slock of Dry Goods,
Taney Goods; Ladies', Children's, and Infant's Wear,
Millinery, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Traveling
Trunks, Valises, House Furnishing Cioods, and an Klcgnul
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' Shoes.
. OOl-ITV Ac OO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Lis., Etc., He.
Fence "Wire and Sin pies, Kerosene Oil a snecinlly.
I'niiils, Varnishes, Tiirnenline,
House Furnishing Goods, Plnled Ware, &c, &c.
Selling at Gost for 30 Days !
To ninlui room Tor u liUi't HtocK or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, Xew Yoik, and San Francisco.
All stock on hand during tho next 30 days will be sold Tor cash,
counting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AXI) ALL KINDS OF MUSIC HOODS.
Parlor Sels, IJedrooin Sels, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Eiitfi'nviugs, Chroiuos,
And a Large Vnilcly of Fancy Goods.
72f) 1m XSTO-AJN" Ac Co.
Just Hctcivcd e. S S Mnri:o-a,
fiiM Pears, Plus. Peadiss, Aimles ai Celery.
Eastern Oysters in I ins.
Anil a full line of Fresh SuiIe (.rocoricM.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone Xo. 210. P. O. Uo- 2!)7. (702
(i- n. l'linr.Tir.
W. C. I'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
ti'.i Nuiiniiii Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gonoral Commission Morchanls,
OKKKH I-'OU SALi:
At the I.OAVOst .llarki't tCntcs
a laiiso anil well seleetnl block of
the CIiolecM and most Pavorite
vVc, S.C., &fi.,
All Goods Guarantood.
and ordcr.llllcd promptly,
Tcleplumo 40. P. O. llov 2C0.
Monday, Sapl. Stli.
Elc. Etc., Elc.
kunw.dy & to.)
- 67 i 69 Hotel St.
A Lane Assortment
- FOH SAI.K
At tho Lowest PricoB
at A. S. Clcghorn & Go's-
7a l lm
A Good Chalice for a Live Man
ON arcount of sickness, I want to sell
rut my UAOOAGK KXPKESS,
lX,v SelH XliiniNK,
Tlii'fe Good llorHCH
1 am doing a good huslucss, hut have to
leave tlio eounlry on account of my
lie.illh. None but cash buyers need ap
ply. For further particulars call on O.
lluininer, corner King and Fort sis.
171 lm P. SMITH.
A .SMALL unfurnished Cottage, In
u. . iiioeenire in lown, Millalile lor a.
younirman, Address "CotlnKu" liullc