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TlllJllSDAY, SHIM'. II, 1H8I.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All llini' from noon of In-ditv, Sept. 11
Sun SelP (! 0.
Sun KIca 17 Hi.
MlMIII lV 11 II.
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niii Tiiio (Iiu-ko) ai :io.
WIMI AMI KATIII.U
Ucconl Irom noon of ji'slerdny:
Atswi'u-xd. Tliuniiomctcr liiitn.
I Hi ' I mi I 'k all I iih i iii t isii
I muri I :w.u7 I no.iViii si s to. 72. o.tn
W'lml, N. K.llKlitihky.i'UimlyiSi'ii.inodcrotu
Dl.iiiiotul 1 1 ciiil, Supt. 11, Sp.M
Light N. K. wind.
Fore anil alt clio()iiiM" off (Joi'ii Head.
OCEANIC S. 3. CO.
KOIl HN l'llANCIFCO.
M:irJpoii, . . . Leaves Honolulu, Sept. 15
Alameda.... Leaves Honolulu. Oct. 1st
KOIl AUCKLAND ANII 8YDJJKY:
Si m r Zealnndjn Oct. A
roil can riiANi'iKCo.
Nliur C'llv r Sydney Sept. 28
Sclir llnlt'iiKatii from I'epeekco
Kehr Wiillclo from Mnllko
Sehr I'oholkl from I'linn.
Sehr Wnlinalu for Kolon
Sclir T.tiku for Koholaleic
Sclir l'iiiialil forllanalui
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmt I'lantor for Windward ports
Stmr Mnkco for Wiiianae, Waiiiliin ami
Sclir Kckniiliinhi for Ilaunlci
VESSELS IN PORT.
B:pk Catnllnn. AVilliains
Hark C 0 Whltnioro, Callionii
S.S. .Mariposa, liny ward
Ship Kl Dorado. Kiimplirk
llglni! W (1 Irwin, 'I'liiiu'r
Torn .Mary Dodge, l'anl
From Kauai, via Walnlua and Wnl
aiiao. iiur ifnums Mnkcc, Sept. 10. II It
II Prince.) Lilliiokalaui, His Ex. Gov.
.1 O Domini. Mr and Mrs. C 15 WIlon,
MI13 Louisa It Urlckwood, Miss Miiinlo
K llrown, Mi3 ICaonolil rornaudcr,
G Lemon, Mrs. Male.0111 Urown, Miss
Lily Kit.lninions, MUs Knitnallatlluld,
Mrs. Dansoa Kcllet and II children, Mrs.
.Judgo Kakiua and 2 sons, Mr.. Frcden
berg, Mrs. c.ipt. llatllehl. Mr and Mrs.
ICruger, Miss Campbell. Mrs White, Ills
Lordship UMiop of Olba and 2 priests,
.1 M I'oopou and about 70 deck.
TI10 Ceylon will sail on the Kith inst.
Se.hr Kekatiluohi brought llfl hags of
paddy and 'M hags of rieu.
The schooner Kiiinia will sail to-night
for Walmanalo for a load of lime.
The schooner Walehii will make
regular trips to Waialua in place of the
The Mary Dodge finished discharging
her deck load this morning.
The stmr. James Makee sails to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock for Waianae,
Waialua and ICaual.
Sclir Ilaleakala brought 7110 bags of
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Hat, towel mul clothes racks very
cheap, at King Bros: 812 3t
A MfiiiT democrat wagon is for
sale. Sec ml v.
A i.Atifir. bedroom and sitting room
arc to let. Sec adv.
Tun. Royal Hawaiian Hand will
lluy at llic Hotel this evening.
Woi.it. and Edwards have received
a lot of good things by the Mari
posa. Lyons & Levey will hold their re
gular cash sale to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock.
Tin: Steam Schooner Kaniolani
was bought by Messrs l)c Fries and
S. Dwiglit jointly.
Fouksian George Fassclt worked
like a beaver and shouted like a sea
liou at the lire this morning.
His Lordship the IJishop of Olba
returned yesterday from his pastoral
visit on' the Island of Kauai.
II. II. II. Princess Liliuokalani and
party returned from Waialua yester
day, by the steamer Jame3 Makec.
Tinnti: will bo a grand opening of
"The Fountain", on Saturday night,
at 12a Fort street. See adv. for
Tina evening at 7 o'clock", Nov. S.
K. llishop Avill meet with the young
men to form a conversational class
on scientific subjects.
Tumtr. is every promise that the rc
iralta to bo held November 10th will
be one of the most interesting and
exciting ever known here.
Uo.vn Supervisor Hart has promis
ed to fill up thoso dangerous holes
on the Pnlainu road, opposite the
residence of the late Simon Kaai.
A mni: of railway cars, to ho drawn
by ciiim'Im, will tslioilly constitute 0110
of the peculiar feature of travel anil
transportation hi Central Asia.
Tim members of the Amateur
Musical Society arc roipicsti'd to
get their voices in good order, and
attend practice to-morrow evening
at the Y. M. C. A. Hull.
A couri.r. of Chinamen arc putting
up a two-roomed shanty on the Ntiu
anu Valley road, near the corner of
the road leading to I'auoa Valley.
Such buildings as these add greatly
to tlicMieatitv of the Nuuanti road.
Oatmi:ai'. water, just a handful in
a pitcher of water, is both refresh
ing ami strengthening, especially for
such weather as we are now having.
It is good for those who desire to
swear off drinking.
Husit-A-iiYi:, Guidy, with the red
top j when its pen goes, odd things
will drop. When its mind works,
something must fall Down comes
the blind Guide, pure English and
Tim Look, the Chinaman charged
with tiring a pistol at Olllccrs Mchr
tens, linn Sam and Akiona, was
brought up this morning and after
hearing the testimony, was found
not guilty ami discharged.
Kanui, the Kanaka who stole two
pairs of pants from Mr Wolters clerk
at Ilackfeld & Co., leaving him
almost pantlcss, was found guilty
and sentenced yesterday afternoon
to imprisonment at hard labor for six
months, and lined S10 and costs.
An appeal was noted to the Supremo
In justice to Capt. Molntyrc, wo
would stale that 011 Saturday at
l.JJG i m. (not :(.l.')) a full rigged
ship passing Coco Head was tele
phoned, and at l.-l.'i the name of the
vessel (EI Dorado) was telephoned
in from the Diamond Head Signal
Station to Messrs. Oat & Co.
Iolani College will commence
work again on Monday next, Septem
ber 15th. Applications for informa
tion should be made at once to the
head master, as there is limited space
for accommodation in the boarding
department. Day boarders arc re
ceived, the 'fees being arranged ac
cording to the required tuition.
An elderly white man arrived by
the steamer Planter from Kona,
Hawaii, to receive medical advice,
being troubled witli a large swelling.
The Government '' doctor" in that
district, who calls prickly heat,
measles, told the man that the
swelling was owing to his heart
Shoiiti.y beforo 1) o'clock this
morning, a driver of one of the Pa
waa dniiy milk wagons fell off from
his wagon at the corner of Punch
bowl and Berctania streets. He was
picked up and found to be in a
drunken condition, and was taken to
the Police Station. Previous to fall
ing off his wagon hail collided with
an express, damaging one wheel.
Mit. McChcsney owns a very tamo
monkey, which lives in a little house
in the rear of his residence. When
the lire broke out this morning Mr.
Monkey got frightened, and disap
peared. A short time after, on Mrs.
McChcsney going into her bedroom
she found his nionkcyship on the bed
buried in the pillows. He soon
afterwards recovered from his fright.
TiuiiTY-seven years ago to-day the
first theatre in Honolulu was opened
by a performance of the melodrama
"The adopted child," and the farce
Fortune's frolic. The building stood
at the southwest corner of Maunakca
and King streets, and Was called
the Thespian. Kamchamcha III.
and John Young, uncle of II. M.
Queen Emma, were present. Tho
orchestra consisted of a clarionet
and trombone, and the house was
overcrowded. What a change has
taken place since then !
Tin: Steamer Waimanalo arrived
about 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
and, as staled by us in our last issue,
was unable to assist the Kluikal,
ashoro at Kacna point. Tho steamer
brought the crew, boat, sails and
booms. Tho wrecked vessel was in
sured for $2000. To-morrow at
noon Mr. Adams will sell her as she
lies on the reef at Kacna. The boat,
sails, etc., will, be sold here. The
Waii'lui will take her place on the
Waialua route and bo ready to nail
In a few dnyH the nupcilluoiiH
number of police "captains" will
have their badges altered ho a to
rrnd, "I'olico Officer." Deputy Mnr
dial Dayton r.ays there is no such
rank as captain.
FtuiiMUN' Moore and Welch were
in Castle & Cooke's wagon this
morning, pulling along the hoso
carriage to the lire. Welch suddenly
let go the rope, leaving his companion
alone, but it was too much for him,
and he was dragged out of the
wagon on to the road, falling on his
back He managed to steer clear
of the hose carriage, which finally
ran into the fence, breaking one of
As Mrs. Hebbard and Mrs. Ashley
were driving down Fort Street this
morning, when opposite Watcr
houso's No. 10 Store, their buggy
was run into by one of the Pawaa
milk wagons, knocking oil' the hind
wheel. Mrs Hebbard, who had a
little child in'licr arms, attempted to
jump out, and finally did so, but had
a narrow escape from being run over.
Mrs. Ashley remained in the wagon
and managed the horse with con
siderable presence of mind. Wo
are glad to state that neither of the
ladies nor the child was hurt.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will give a concert at
the Uoyal Hawaiian Hotel this even
ing. Following is the programme:
Overture Festival ISaeh
Cavatina Marcos VUconti I'etrella
Polka A Child of the Time Carl
Selection Jerusalem Verdi
Selection The Iieggar Student (new)
Waltz On the Twilight Uooto
Medley War Kecollectiun Iteyer
Aid Welti and Hawaii I'ouoi.
About ten minutes beforo nine
o'clock this morning, an alarm of
lire was sounded from the Bell
Tower and responded to by the fire
houses. It proved to be on King
street in the rear of Mr. 11. N. Mc
Chcsney' s residence. A telephonic
message was sent in stating that it
was Mr. Athcrton's house, but
proved false. The burning building
was a barn belonging to Mr. Mc
Chcsney, formerly used by Messrs.
Palmer & Thachcr as a soda, water
manufactory. It contained about
$200 worth of hay and also a large
quantity of furniture. About half
an hour before the lire was found
out Mrs. McChcsney had been in
the barn looking for eggs, and there
was not the least sign of fire. A
horse stood at one end quietly eat
ing hay. The lire was first found
out by some children, who reported
it to Mrs. McChcsney, and she at
once hastened to the place and let
the horse out, but could do nothing
further. It was twenty-six minutes
from the time the alarm was struck
till the'ilrst drop of water fell on the
burning building. Engine Co. No. 1
were the first to get water on. The
place, though was nearly all burned
to the ground before that. It was
fortunate there was no wind, and
that the building stood in an
isolated place. Tho origin of the
fire is unknown, but it is supposed
to be the work of an incendiary.
There is no insurance on the build
ing or its contents.
A letter from Antananarivo, Mada
gascar, itated July (!th, says: The
Ilovas are showing great spirit and
arc determined to resist tho French.
The Queen has proclaimed negotia
tions at an end and ordered her
subjects to prepare for war.
Vandals destroyed the mausoleum
of the late Ciovernor E. D. Morgan,
of New York, in Cedar Hill Ceme
tery, Hartford, Connecticut, entail
ing a loss of $2.r,000, which falls
upon tho contractor.
Outrages against the Jews have
been resumed in Uussia. Within
two months 1000 Jewish houses,
shops and synagogues have been
A largo amount of provisions was
bought in San Francisco tho last
week in August, for shipment to
China for Chinese urmyslores. Koine
dealers got clear of all their stock of
salted provisions without satisfying
NE LIGHT DHMOOUAT Waggon.
inquire this Ulllce. aiilM
mmMUOTJIMM .' 'IIMIJUWIH. I II ' I i
c. j McCarthy
(Lite '-r Hi "Old t'omci.' )
CtST'l.ik'ly I'oiinietivl with llic
Iced Drinks & the Best Cigars
will always be found on hand.
HAS JUST UKCKIVKI) I'KIt
A Large Wew Stock
OK KVEUY DESCRIPTION.
TO BE SOLD
U 1 FOI1T STUERT.
Puniihou Preparatory School
Fall Ti'im, 1 chilis on Monday,
rpilKTriloteiM ate hnppy to aniiomire
JL that thu plthihI jciir, since llic
adoption f tlic new coiiise of study,
priMlllM" lO llll VOiy MKTCKflll. Mis.s
At. L. Sl'OOXP.It, 11 Krnilimlo or Mount
liolyokc, 11ml for live ycats past a mem.
her of tho Suniimiy Family, ha lieen
secured n an in.ti actor ntlhu College.
It is expected that the new Professor,
ship of Chemistry and llic Xatnial
Sciences will he 111 led early in the year.
MISS EMMA V. HALL- an cxperi
encid teacher, and for some years Prin
cipal of a Grammar School in Ware,
Mass., comes from that position to take
charge of the l'unaliou Picparatory
Only a few now pupils can he rccciv.
cd at this School, ami they will lie nil.
mined in order of application, which
must ho made to UEV. C. M. IIYDK I).
1)., or to the Piesident of the College.
ISyCnlnlogues sent on application.
TO Till: liAIUI'.S OK IIOXOM'I.I!
DltKSSMAICEH, having relumed,
has lustimcd business.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed ami Culled in
all tho neivefit shades.
Corner of Kin? and liichard Streets.
Oil GILNTLKMF.N ONLY. Apply
to M1JS. TUUNEK. ttt Kins Street.
nearly opposite thu Windsor Ilest.111r.111t,
080 ly b
A SUIT OF FHOXT KOOMS, nicely
furnished. Apply at No. 8 Kiikui
street. 77(1 tf
J. Rfi.OATJr. &Co.
Dealeis In all kinds of
SM 'AT I O K 13 It V,
Tho Latest Foielgn Papers always on
hand at the dizctc Block, Merchant
Strict ly h
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JOHN A. I'AIJIKlt
Will intend to thu collection of
hills, icnts, &c. Keep accounts,
draw legal documents. Leasp and
sell property. Kent rooms, and
transact general lmsiness. Ho will
alio attend to orders and commis
sions of every sort from the other
Islands, l'atiouagu solicited.
No. CO Hotel Street, Honolulu.
Telephone, S!98. P. O. llo, !107.
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Comer King and Nuuanii streets.
Fresh Groceries and llrovisions received
by every Steamer.
P.O. Box 130, Tclcphono 349.
The Best Lunch in Town,
Tea anil Ooffbo at All Hours
Tlio llni'st IJiands of Gl pra and
Tolmero, nlwnys on liiiinl.
AT Till'. 1'AIIK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
E3?"Tli only fcn-sldo resort In the
BoaTor Jg, Siilooi
Grand Oponhuj on
Opposite the New Bank Jhiildiny, Fori SIC,
The general public are invited to give 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',
and Infants' Shoes.
M. - -
Importers & Dealers In Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Vfr:'" C- 1 nT.m.rHP-r-,. tt ft n
Els., Elc, Etc.
Fence Wire suul Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
l'ainls, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, IMaletl Ware, &c, &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To make room for u l.ar-c SlocU or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, Xcw York, nod San Francisco.
All stock on hand during the next 30 days will be sold for cash,
consisting in purl of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tahles,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chronios,
Anil a Large Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm LTOAN As Co.
L EWIS & CO.,
(fiUccr.sons to ki:.nni:hy & co.)
Ju&t IJccclvcil ex S S Mnrlpo3ii,
drapes, Pears, Plums. Peacte, Annies ai Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins.
And a full linu oi Fresh Staple Groceries.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. 1'. O. ISox 2!I7. (702
W. C. l'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
i< Xuunitu Street.
HONOLULU, 11. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
Ar the lament Market ICules
a laiju and well r-cli-ctcil slock of
the Cliotci pt anil most Favorite
itc, S.C., ice,
All Goods Guaranteed,
nml onlcr.;flllcd promptly.
Toli'plinno 40. 1 O. Uox SCO.
Gent's, Misses', Children's, $
. OOI-XTV Ac CO; $
-f ' -Vi
AW St. Hn '
Elc. Etc., Etc.
67 & 69 Mel St
A 'Lane Assortineot
- I'OU fai.i:
At tho Lowest PricoB
at A. S. Clecjliorn & Go's
. 7!11 lm
SKI'. WO TAl & Co. fcomposcd of Ho
Yco, Iin lu Yat, Ilo On nnd Ming
AVa) hiivini; lioiifiht from Lo Sam Sing
tlio Jtico I'lantation, with tho Iiohrc, cat
tle and iinplt-munt?, nl Walnialu, Kwn,
Island of Oalni, which tlio said Lo Sam
Sing bought fiom the Sam Hop Com.
jinny (composed of Lo Kim Fook ami
Ah Chun), hereby give notice that all
claims against the said I'lanlntloil to
(Into are to lie settled by the said Lo Sam
Sing. All persons nro warned against
culling tree? on the estate at tlio follow
ing Lands; Kniilii, Alna Lol; Knhalaa,
Ainu Lol j Kniiniiinni, Alna Lol; l'na
kca-lkl, ho I'nnoiiu Loco; and KnpoiU
wela, Alna Kolu.
HKK WO TAI & CO.
Walmalii, August 27th, 1881.
A SMALL unfurnished Cottage, In
tho centre of town, suitable for a,
young mini. Addicss "Cottnge" Uulle.
linOlllcc. t( ,
While Colored Matting
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