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KIMDAY, SKIT. 12, I.SHI.
SUN, MOON AND EEA.
All tlinc fioin noon nf tn-day, Kepi. 12
Sim Kel i; ft.
Sun lll"c 17 I".
.Mimil Itl'i") 12;l!.
High Tlilu (Tiii:iI1) 10 :ill,
High 'I'lili' (.laigf) 2.1 00.
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licrimt 1 1 1 tin niMiii of jrili'iduy:
At u I.cr1. iiioiiH'lur 11:1111.
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WIm!, S. i:. Unlit juicy, ffm; Sea, coihIiIci ubln
The wind hauled to S. 13, to-day
(lie ilrt change from X. 1-3. iai tor of
the (,oiiiiii4 for 107 il:iyi.
Diamond lie 11I, Sept.
Unlit N. K. wind.
12, 3 p. At
rou bax ritANcihco.
Mai iposa.... Leaves Hsmolnlu, Sept. 15
Alameda.... Leaves Honolulu. Oct. 1st
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
KOIl AUCKLAND AND SJYDNnV!
Stmr Xeiilniiilin Oct. A
rou san niANciBCo.
Slim- City or Sydney Sept. 23
Sehr Norn Haikins from llowom Land-
Stmr Wnlnianalo f 10111 Walmanalo
Sehr ICnplolaul from Walanao
Sehr WalU'le for Walalua
Sehr Nora HaiKlnt for ICiitnii
Stmr Planter for Wlndwnid port
Stmr Jlakee for Wnlanae, Walalua and
Sehr Kekiiiiluohl for llanalel
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Uaik Ceylon, llarstow
Hark Cntnllna, Williams
JJurk C O Wittinore, Calhoun
S.S. Marlpo'a. llayward
Ship 1'3I Dorado, iliitnplnlc-i
JJjjtnu W O Irwin, Turner
Tern Mary Dodge, I'aul
For Wntanau, Wnlalua'& Kauai, per
stmr .las Makee, Sept. if. .1 1) Smith,
TJ'3 Wateilioiibe, The Misces Lane and
servant, V Uoiehgrevlnok, A L liuffuty.
Sehooner AVnllclo will sail this even
ing, taking Mr. Dower and party to the
wreck of the Ehiikal.
Schooner l'olioiki brought ISO cords of
wood fiom l'lina. The captain lopoits
the schooner I.ealii being struck by 11
squall In Hawaii channel which nearly
Tho fore and aft sehr Nora Haikins,
Capt. Peterson, an ived yesterday 1!) days
from Uowen's Landing with 221 DM feet
of lumber, 123(1 lcil wood post?, 20 kegs
of nails, 13000 bricks and 2 bids of paint
for Z. S. Spaulding'.s plantation, Kaunl.
She sails this day.
In Honolulu, Sept. 10th, 1831, Hattic,
daughter of J. L. Young, agp.d 1 1 yc irs.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Latp. visitors to the Volcano
port it as in a very active stale.
(Jmr.r Justice Jiulil was bitting in
Chambers this morning.
Tiir.nr. are !)()(),()()) more men in
the United States than there are
A i.Att(ii: number of passengers
will leave by the S.S. Mariposa on
Tin: new boat house for the Hono
lulu Yacht and Uoat Club is making
rapid strides toward completion.
It does not take a small fortune to
have picture frames and cornices
made, if you go to King Hros. 81 .") 3t
Ni:aki.y two hundred Gliincso pas
sengers will sail by the next vessel
for Hongkong, probably the bark
A 1.AU01: and commodious house,
centrally located, with largo yard,
stable, etc., is to lot. For further
particulars sec adv.
The young Prince Kawananakoa
will leave by the Mariposa. We
understand he is going to attend
school iu California.
Kawaika, an express driver, for
violating express rule 25 , by being
drunk iu his wagon, forfeited his
bail, $2iJ, this morning.
Tin: Union Feed Co. have always
on hand a large stock of hay, grain
and chicken feed, and make a point
of delivering goods promptly.
It is estimated that the sum at
present required to restore tho gold
currency to its legal-tender valuo, iu
England, 13 7f)0,000 ; in a few
moro years the cost will approach
SiiiTIhiiiiiim Hni-wy, owner ol the
yacht Sunbeam, which has visited
these islands, Is shoitly to be made
Tin: I'cjl-olllcu mail by the S.S.
Mariposa will closu at 10 o'clock
Monday morning. A late letter bag
will be kept opei. until II.SIO.
Nimvoi's lloslon ladies, left with
out male protectors in the house at
night, make themselves secuie by
sprinkling the stairs with tacks.
UiiMr.Muuii, boys and girls, that
school begins on Monday morning
at 9 o'clock. Get out your slates
and books, and try and not be tardy.
Tin: Pawaa dairy wagon driver,
who mistook yesterday for the fourth
of .July, and got on a spree, forfeited
his ball, Si), in the Police Coint this
Tin: Amateur Srusic.il Society
resumes practice this evening at 7.30
o'clock. The study of (Jades'
" Ancient Mariners " will be taken
Tin: cigarette that's called tho Pet,
you bet, is just the kind that 3'oti
should buy my eye, but they're
tip-top and can be gotat Marchant's
Tin: Jewish Now Year commences
next Friday evening, September lSUh,
1881, being the Jewish Era 5G15.
The Day of Atonement occurs ten
Tin: Hand Concert at the Hawa
iian Hotel last evening was only
poorly attended, probably owing to
several other attractions going on at
the same time.
Am. children attending school
must show a health certificate.
Scholars in public schools can pro
cure such certificates free at the
Lyons & Levey will sell to-morrow
afternoon at !) o'clock at the
I. X. L. store, corner of Queen and
Nuuaiut streets, a large assortment
of dry goods, boots & shoes, etc.
Two kanakas and two icahincs
were charged in the Police Com I
this morning with disturbing the
quiet of the night, by uproarious
conduct. They were each fined S5
Mit. E. P. Adams sold at noon the
wreck of the schooner Ehukai, as it
now lies upon the reef at Kacn.i
point; also the boat, sails, boom,
etc. The whole was sold to Mr.
James Dower for $158.
Tin: following are the officers
elected for the Hilo Sugar Co. : Pre
sident, William G. Irwin ; Vice Pre
sident, John D. Sprcckics ; Secretary
and Treasurer, W. M. Giffardj
Auditor, John A. Scott.
Hn sure and read the well-known
business agent's (J. E. Wiseman)
new advertising card in to-day,s
issue. Mr. Wiseman has made
several new departments in his vari
ous lines and we expect to see him
as fully alive as ever to the people's
SiMi'i.i: Simon went down the street
to buy himself a paper. He got for
naught the Sunset sheet, and didn't
lie cut a caper! Hut whoti he found
the news was scarce, on'ts back as
well as front side, he heaved a sigh
as he said, "O curse, I have been
Tin: T". M. C. A. Prospectus is
the title of a copious circular issued
by tho General Secretary of the As
sociation. It gives an extensive pro
gramme of work cut out for mem
bers, and of gatherings to bo held
periodically under tho auspices of
Oaiiu College and Punahou Pre
paratory School rc-open on Monday
next. Miss Spooncr, a graduate of
Mount Holyokc, has been added to
the staff, and Miss Hall, from Ware,
Mass, takes charge of tho Prepara
tory school. Application should bo
made for admittance to the Rev. C.
M. Hyde D. I)., or to the Rev. W.
Tin: Strangers Friend Society had
a very pleasant gathering yesterday
at tho residence of Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh, Nuuaiiu Valley. A
business meeting was held in tho
afternoon at -1 o'clock, at which
live new members wero elected, and
it was voted to extend aid to several
per urn in town nci'iling it At 7
o'clock the gentlemen attended, and
all sat down to a very sumptuous
repast, Ihu remainder of the evening
passing pleasantly with some
excellent music and social Inter
count'. The whole affair was a
great success from beginning to
Tin: appointment of Miss Lulu
Moore as vice-principal of IhoHoyal
school is a very satisfactory one.
We congratulate the principal, Ilcv.
Alex. Mackintosh, on having such
an able assistant.
Two Chinese boys attending the
Chinese school were brought up this
morning charged witli trueney by
their teacher, Lcong Man. The
ease was not proven, and dismissed,
the teacher having to pay the costs?.').
Tin: Ladies' Henevolcnt Society
held their regular monthly sociable
last evening, at tho vestry of the
Fort Street Church. The attendance
was large and tho evening was passed
very pleasantly. Some excellent re
freshments were handed round.
Mit. Dan Lyons selected yester
day from Lycan & Co., for the
branch hospital at Kakaako, a very
fine reed organ for SI. 50. It was
placed in position this morning and
will be of great use at that institu
tion. Ir the local man of the 'Tiser
would go out to. Palama, he would
find there was. no occasion for his
remarks about Ihu condition of tho
Palama road. Tho Konil Supervisor
is hard at work in that direction,
and will soon have the necessary
Two young boys suspected of
being lepcis were brought to the
Police Station this morning, from
somewhere, on the Nuuami Valley
road. Dr. G. W. Paikcr, Secretary
of the Hoaid of Health, examined
them at noon, and ordered Ihcin to
be sent to the Branch Hospital at
Wi: understand that the congrega
tion of tho Bethel Union Church have
iu contemplation tho erection of a
new church edifice. It is supposed
that the matter will he brought be
fore the people at an caily day. The
present building is inadequate for
the present wants, and no doubt a
church would be erected in the latest
style and be an ornament to the city.
A MKivmn of the Hoard of Edu
cation was held yesterday forenoon.
Miss Lulu Moore was appointed
Vice-principal of the Hoyal School.
Mrs. A. Altaian, late of New York,
was appointed an assistant at Kauc
ohe School. The Lahainaluna Semi
nary will have two nuw teachers,
Mr. Frank Hcckwith, son of Dr. E.
G. Hcckwith, as first assistant, and
Mr. Hardy as second assistant in
place of Mr. Atwater. The Hon.
J. W.Smith, Secretary of the Hoard,
states that in a short time several
new English schools will be opened
outside of Honolulu, and several
new schools will be built.
PASSENCERS PER MARIPOSA.
Among thoe down to depart by the
S. S. Jlailpoa on Maudny next are the
following: Mr-. M A Wallace and
daughter, JlNs A Kmeriek, Mrs C J
FiMicland two children, MU-iM13 Jones,
Piof II M Alexander, V 1) Alexander,
.1 I) Spreekle and family, Asa Ranker
and wife. Ills Ex R.M Daggett and wife,
Dan O'Connell and family, Dr .1 Mott
Smith, .1 "W Maclle, Mrs D A McKluloy
and daughter, Mr Coffee, Hon L Aholo,
Mrs Msuy A l'aty. I) II Rrown and wife,
MUs Kato Giey. Toney C Afong, Kme
line M Afong, W M Tucker, Mrs Mc
Cartnoy, .1 T MeCrosion, Hon Paul
Ieuberg, WGiclg, II R H Prince Ka
wanauaKoa and M Xelsser.
American troops have broken up
the colonies of squatters that tried
to possess the land in Indian Terri
lorj Among the confiscated prop
erty at one camp was a stub-book of
eertilleates of membership, show
ing tho issuanco of 1,887 eertilleates
at $5 each. A great many of the
"Roomers," as the colonists are
called, were victimized into the
Lieutenant Grccly, the Arctic ex
plorer, was sick in Montreal the last
of August. Ho went there to visit
the great Scientific Congress of
Great 15 ri lain and the United Stales.
The election campaign iu Indiana
was opened on August JiOtli by both
parties. Governor Hendricks de
livered an able speech at Indianapo
lis, in which he stood squarely up
for a "tariff for rovenue only" in
other words, free trade against protection.
'" mw'iniifl.ii 1
c. j. McCarthy
(La'o of iln "Old Comer.")
-I II 13
CSTlately (omircted with the
Iced Drinks & tho Best Cigars
will nhvayn ho found on hand.
HAS JUST RECEIVED PEIt
A Large New Stock
,i rim,ini 0 ni,;i,ini
, iTullliJ d W111IUM 9
OF KVEKY DESCRIPTION.
TO BE SOLD
111 FORT STREET.
Puntiliou Preparatory School
Fall 'Term, hejiins on Monday,
rpiIE Trustees am happy to announce
JL that the stcond year, since the
ndoption of tiiu new course of study,
premises to ho vory successful. Miss
JL L. SI'OOXER, 11 graduate of Mount
Holyokc, and for live yeais past n mem.
licrof the Seminaiy 1' acuity, has been
secured as an instructor nllho College.
It is cspected that the new Professor,
ship of Chemistry and the Natural
Sciences will lie lined o.iriy iu me year.
MISS EMMA V. HALL, an expcii.
enced teacher, and for some years I'rin.
e.ipal of a Grammar School lu Ware,
Mats., conies from that position to take
charge of the I'lmaliou Preparatory
Only n few new pupils can lie rccciv.
ed at this School, ami they will bo ad.
mltted In order of application, which
must be made to REV. O. M. HYDE D.
1)., or to the President of the College.
"Catalogues sent on application.
TO Till: liAIHI'.M OF HONOLULU
DRESSMAKER, having returned,
has resumed business.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Curled In
all the newest hhades.
Coiner of King and Richard Streets.
I70R GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
? to MRS. TURNER, 82 King Street,
nearly opposite the indsor Restaurant,
(iOO ly 1)
A SUIT OF FRONT ROOMS, nicely
furnished. Apply at No. 8 Kukul
J. M.OATJr. &Co.
Dealers hi nil kinds of
Tho Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at the Guzctlc Hlock, Merchant
Street ly b
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
.IOHX A. IMIjJIKK
Will attend to the collection of
bills, rents &-' ICteji accounte,
diaw legal document. Le.iso and
sell pioperty. Rent rooms, ami
transact general business. He will
nl-o attend to orders and commis
sions of evciy Mut from tiiu other
Islands. l'.Urnmigc solicited.
No. 0!) Hotel Street, Honolulu.
Telephone, 238. P. O. Rov, !1!I7.
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Comer King and Nuuami streets.
Fiesh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P.O. Box 130, Telephone 349.
Tho Best Luncli in Town,
Toa and Ooffeo at All Hours
The Ilnesl LI rands of Cigars and
Tobacco, always on hand.
AT Tim I'AUK
IS OPEN EVEEY DAY.
ESSTTlio only sea.sldo resort In tho
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St.,
The general public are invited to give us a call and inspect,
at our opening, our new and select slock 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 slock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' Shoes. '
&;. OOI-ITV Se CO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els., Etc., Etc.
' ? &2iT?AEl... .
Fonco Wive unci Stuple.s, Korosono Oil u Hnueiulty.
Puints, Vurnishcs, Tnrnentiiie,
House Furnishing Goods, Plntccl Wurc, &e., &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To mnko room for a l.arso Htork or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and San Francisco. ,
Ail stock on hand during tho next 30 days will be sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OP MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sots, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromns,
And u Large Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm DL.YO.AJN" -Sc Co.
(sucer.Bsous to kknnkdy & co.)
Family Grocers, - - 67 & 69 Hotel St
Just Hcccivrd ox S S Mariposa,
Knoll, Pears, Plus. Peacles, Apples ml GDlnrr.
Eastern Oysters in tins.
And a full line of Fronh Staple roct'rit'N.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 240. I'. O. Nov 2!I7.
(i. i). Kiir.hTii.
W. C l'UACOCK
Freeth. & Peacock,
ail Xuuaiui Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Genoral Commission Merchants,
OWE II FOR SALE
At Clio Lowi'Ht Market ltaCcs
a lar;:u and well selected stock of
the Choicest and most Favorite
&C, &c, &c,
All Goods Guaranteed,
and ordersflllcd promptly.
1'. O. Jlox SCO.
Monday, 'Syri. 8tli,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
. f 4t.r.1rtRWUCi,
A Lane Assortment
- KOIl PALI:
At tho Lowest Prices
at A. S. Gleghorn & Go's
SEE WO TAI & Co. (composed of Ho
Yejs, Ho I'd Yat, Ho On and Jlinu;
W'a) having bought from Lo Sam Sing
tho Jtlco Plantation, with tho house, cat
tlu and implements, nt Walniiihi, Ewn,
Island of Oahti, which tho said I.oSam
Sing bought from the S.im Hop Com.
puny (composed of Lo Kau Fook mid
Ah Chun), hereby glvo notice that nil
claims against tho said Plantation to
dnto nro lo bo settled by tho said Lo Horn
Sing. All persons nro wnrncd against
cutting trees on tho estate at tho follow
ing Lauds; Knulu, Aina Lolj Ivahnlan,
Aina Lot; Kniimiumi, Ainu Lol; Paa-kca-lkl,
ho PuiiouoLoeo; ami Kapou.
wcln, Aina Kolu.
SEE WO TAI & CO.
Walinalu, August 27th, 188L
A SMALL unfurnished Cottago, in
the centro of town, sultnblu for a
young man. AililrcM "Cottage" Uulle
tin Oillce. it
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-alA-uh'tob-r' :&&$&&&&&. d&,
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