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HATrilDAy, HK1T. 1.1, IHHl.
SUM, MOON AIID SEA.
All liinu (rum noun of to-day, .Sepl.M
SuuSoU 0 I.
Sun I'l'ci (7 17.
Moon iiWc i;i:k;.
High Tide (Hinnll) II (in.
lilli 'ride (large) ai :m.
wind mi m:vtiii:ii
licrotil Initu unonof jeatcrdiiy
Atstu'l'mcl. TliuriiMimelur Itnlti.
I 111 ' I Uli I '.ill t!h I Hit I 1li Uto lcli
1 2J.WJ ai.ul :io.i! Ms I To, 70. iio.no
Wind, X. I'.fii"li;hky, fair ; Sea, heavy swell.
Diamond lluntl, Sept.
Light N. K. wiiul.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
roil HAS ritANCIfcCO.
Mnilo-,u. .. .Lc.um Honolulu, Sept. 15
Alameda.... Leaves Honolulu. Oct. It)
l'Oll AUCKLAND AMI BYllXKY
KOlt 8AN I'UAXCISCO.
Stmr City of Sydney Sept. 28
Stun- Llkcliko from Kahuhil
Stun Kllauca lion fiom Wliidwaid poll's
Sehr Nettie Merrill from Lahalna
Selir Mary footer from Walanai'
Sehr Mana from Patikna
Selir Maiiiiokawal from Koolan
llktne Eureka from S. V.tj
Stmr Klnau fiom AVIiiilwnril pints
SehrKnlnbow fiom Ivoolau
' September 13.
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY
.Stmr Mariposa for S. F.
Stmr J.lkcllku for Kalitiliil
liaik Catallna for Hongkong
Selir Halcakala for Popeekco
ScbrManitokawal for Ivoolau
Selir Mana for Paukaa
Selir Waiohii for Wnlulua
Sebr Wnilclo for Mallko
Sehr Pohoikl for J'nna
VESSELS IN PORT.
1'aik Ceylon, Har.Mow
Ihuk Catallna, Williams
Jlsirk C O Wliitmoro, Calhoun
S.S. Mailpoa, liny waul
Ship El Dorado, Humphi'Ic;
Hgtne V 0 Irwin, Jl'uiucr
Tei u Mary Dodge, l'aul
From "Windward Ports, per I'lanter,
Sept 12 Kev S II Davis, Mis X Daniels,
W II Bailey, W O Atwater, .1 M Alcxan-
ler, Mrs W P Alexander, Mrs M Alex-
nndcr, .1 1) Holt, Jr and wife, G Snyder,
Mrs.iiuige iioapin, u a .lauKbou and
wife, John Costa, 11 11 Williams.
From Windward Port, per Kllauca
Hon, Sept lit Mrs 1' Jarrctt and child,
L A do la Mex.
From Wlndwaid Ports, per Likellkc,
Sept 13 CaptT K Clink, Miss K Crook,
Father Thcodoie, Father Gregory, Mls
B Barnaul and ulster, M Ueekwlth, J O
Carter, .Tr, MUsCA Caiter, Miss SM
Carter, Mr Coffee, Miss Kinney, AS
Cleghorn, Mrs Knight, Miss Stnait.
Misses Xewton, A Kaiiallilll and 117
The Xettio Merrill will sail for Laha
ina on Tuesday.
Selir Mana brought 2S0 bags of sugar
TlieO O Whitmoie will llnlsh dis
charging on Monday next.
Sehr Manuokawal brought 0M bags
of rice and 200 bags of sugar.
The Llkelike will sail on Monday at
I v. M.
The Kllauca IIou brought 787 bags of
Migar and -10 head of cattle. She sails
on Tuesday at 1 o'clock.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Oaiiu College rc-opens on Monday.
Tnnr.i: cottages to rent and furni
ture for sale. Sec adv.
Tnnr.i: carpenters are wanted for
Paia plantation. Sec adv.
Tumit.hanci: meeting at the Eellicl
tliis evening, at 7.U0 o'clock.
Quiti: a number of parties took
place last evening. Wo have already
heard of live.
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Hand will
give a concert at Emma Square,
Ri:v. Dr. C. M. Hyde will conduct
the service at the Y. M. C. A. Hall,
to-morrow evening, at (i o'clock.
A Fiikxcii physician lias written
a long article to prove the beneficial
results of eating water cresses.
It does not lake a small fortune to
have picture frames and cornices
made, if you go to KingHros. 81f 3t
DntiKO the recent visit of His
Lordship the Bishop of Olba on the
Island of Kauai, ho confirmed over
three hundred Portuguese.
l. ,xt " A simmon' in English will bo
' preached at the Roman Catholic
Cathedral to-morrow morning by
the Right Rev. tho Bishop.
Tin: cigarette that's called the Pet,
you bet, is just tho kind that you
y should buy my eye, but they'ro
tip-top and can bo got at Marchant's
shop. 815 at
Ai Hi. AiulicwiCnlhiwlrnl totiini'
row, the Nov. (leo. Wnllneo will
lueneh in Ihc morning, niul the
Hilltop in Hie evening.
Viuiou .Masse, tho well-known
1'iuncii eonipoiur, is dead. His
composition rank with those of
Aiilicr and Humid.
I'oii the space of one hundred anil
seven days lite wind has been in the
north-east quarter. Yesterday it
changed round to south-east.
Tin: committee having in charge
the revision of tho Old Testament
lias consented that bcveral members
shall undertake the revision of the
Titiir.t: more ttrothers of Mary arc
expected by the Alameda. One of
them will take entire charge of. the
musical department of St'. Louis
Japan lias enacted a code of
criminal procedure. All classes are
subjected to tlie same punishment,
from nabob down to the poorest
Tin: lJoman Catholic school at
Wailuku, in charge of the Brothers
of Mary, opened last Monday, the
attendance of children numbering
Mn. J. E. Wiseman is giving away,
at his olllcc, sets of lithographic
portraits of tho Republican and
Democratic nominees for President
Ki:v. E. C. Oggel will preacli at
the Hcthel in the morning on "The
possibilities of the Hethcl church."
In the evening there will lie a Eihlc
reading on the Cross and the Crown.
If you want every luxury of the
season, or iisli of all kinds, and poi
made by natives, visit the Honolulu
restaurant and lunch rooms, corner
of Merchant and Nuuanu streets.
Tin: new six-oared boat belonging
to Mr. T. Lucas, of which we have
given a full description, was named
yesterday by His Majesty, the
JCapiiahcu, which means the beauti
Tin: following gentlemen have
been elected odicors of the Waikapu
Sugar Co. President, W. II. Corn
well ; Vice-president, Henry Macfar
lanc ; Secretary and Treasurer, John
Robbing; Auditor, F. V. Macfar
lane. At tho Astor house billiard saloon
you will find the finest Manilla
cigars, several brands of cigarettes,
and all kinds of iced drinks. The
billiard tables arc in splendid order,
having recently been re-covered and
Last evening a very pleasant re
ception and welcome homo was
tendered to Mr. J. 13. Wiseman at
the White House on Nuunuu street.
A large number of Joe's friends at
tended and a jolly time was had by
Tin: J'rcss asks why the Pali
road has been 'made so narrow.
The Road Supervisor tells us it lias
not been made narrow ; indeed, in
some places it lias been widened.
The road up to the Pali at the
present time is in good condition.
lx the Police Court this morning
Loo (w), an old offender, charged
with drunkenness, was sentenced to
10 days, imprisonment. One drunk
forfeited his bail, S5. Kacpa (k),
charged with assault and battery, was
reprimanded and discharged.
St. Louis College re-opens on
Monday morning. The advantages
of this well known school are
numerous. Under the charge of
the Brothers it lias reached a high
state of perfection. Tito applica
tions received show that tlie atten
dance is going to lie very large.
Tlie new building will not be com
pleted until November 1st.
On- Friday night, at about half-
past eleven o'clock, a icsidcnt in
Palatini went to get somo water for
drinking purposes from tlie water-'
tap, and was surprised to find it look
as if milk had been mixed with it.
On drawing a tumbler full to ex
amine it moro closely it was ob
served that the milky appearance
was produced by tho water effer
vescing. The gas was visible escap
ing at tho surface of tho water in
faint smoky clouds, and in a few
niliiulPH lln cffciveschu' cenned and
tho water npp.irciitly was perfectly
clear and free from the presence of
any foiclgn substance. The pre
sence of vinegar hi lliu glass cniiscd
Mm ebullition to be more violent and
longer in Its duration. While effer
vescing the water had a slight soapy
taste, but when the disltubiug cle
ment had vanished no perceptible
flavor could bo delected.
Tin: "Fountain" will not be
opened until Monday evening. It
lias been found impossible to get
everything ready before that time.
It is going to bo a very attractive
Miss F. E. Otto, at one time an
assistant in the Iloyal School, who
obtained leave of absence to visit the
Coast for her health, has notified
the Hoard of Education that the
state of her health will not permit
her to return.
At Foit Street Church to-morrow,
Mr. Cruzan will preach In the morn
ing on "Tlie fulness of God's help
and love." In the evening lie will
give tlie second of the series of ser
mons 011 the "Great Evils," the sub
ject being "Tlie trail of the ser
pent." Post Master-General Whitney
received a cable telegram by the
Mariposa, from Post Master-General
Augusta do Harros, of Lisbon,
Portugal, stating that the meeting of
tlie Postal Union Congress at Heme,
Switzerland, had been postponed
from October 1st till February,
His Excellency O. T. Guliek,
Minister of the Interior, lias pre
sented, through llaibor Master Fill!
Icr, the stun of $2.") to the Eclipse
Hoat Club, for services rendered
while the ship EI Dorado was on the
reef. AVe arc clad the Eclipse boys
have got this acknowledgment for
the excellent service they performed.
lx a country choir, in England,
during the sermon, one of the
quartet fell asleep. "Now's your
chants!" said the organist to tlie
soprano. "See. if you canticle the
tenor." "You wouldn't dare duet,"
said the contralto. "You'll wake
hymn up," suggested the bass. "I
qould made a better pun than that,
assure as my name's Psalm I" re
marked the boy that blew the bel
lows, but lie said it solo that no one
PASSENCERS PER MARIPOSA.
Among thoc down to dcpait I13 tho
S. S. Mariposa 011 Monday next aiu the
following: Mrs M A Wallace and
daughter, MIs A Kmerlck, Mrs C .1
I'Mieland two children, Ml-sM K.Ioncs,
Prof II M Alexander, V I) Alexander,
.1 1) Sprcckles and family, Asi Hanker
and wife, HIsEx KM Oaggettaud wife,
Dan O'Connell and family, Or .T Mott
Smith, J W Mactle, Mrs I) A McKlnley
and daughter, Mr Coffee, lion L Aholo,
Mrs Mary A I'aty, Oil I'.iow 11 and wife,
Mls Kate Oiey, Toney O Afong, Knie
llnu M Afong, W M Tucker, Mrs Mc
Caituey, .1 T MeOroon, lion Paul
Isenlierg, WUielg. UK II Prince ICa
wanauakoa and M Xelser, Clias Hi cu
ing it wife.
COTTACSKS TO ItEN'T
AND FUHNITUKH FOB SALE.
TIIIIKE Collages containing S
rooms, with bath and cook houses. Pur.
nituro in gnod order. For paiticuluts
apply 27 Alakca street. 810 lw
"IIKEE CAKPBNTEKS arc wanted
on the Paia Plantation, Pain,
.Maui. Apply lininedlatclv at the Man.
iiger's Olllcc, E. M. WALSH,
810 21 Pain, Maul.
Best Manila, Havana and American
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity Pair, Little Beauties, Oold
Bar, Three Kings mid tho Pet
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco,
Cut Foil and Plug.
The Billiard Tables of this cKtabliKli-
nient hae been 10 covered and
leveled, which makes them
the best In town.
Ginger Alo and Soda Water on Ice.
C2T Call ntul ecu me. "a
Merchant & Nuuanu Stroots.
All kinds of Foreign Pood,
Tea, Colfee, Iced Dilutes, etc.
FImIi of all J'IimIm & Poi nuiile
Meals at all houro, served in good btyle.
Q. W. Keaweamahl, Prop'tor.
A HEW LNTEHPfllSE.
Mr. A. M. Mollis is about starling
a new enlcipiise, which will llll a felt
want and which it Is to bo Imped tho
public will piuctieally appieciiitc.
He is starting a News Agency, and
will undeiliike the delivery of the
lit i.i.irm and oilier papers tliiotigh
out the city. Neatly all the olllces
welcome his offer to do this sen ice,
as they have been subject to annoy
ance and loss from careless delivery
boys. Mr. Mollis is a live, metho
dical business man, and such an
cntcrptisc ought to succeed in lib
hands if in 11113. W cordially wisli
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Hand will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at ! :30. Tlie
following is the programme :
Ovci tine Italian In. Alglcr (otul
Gallop Street Cars Arnot
Cavatlna Itellsai In Donizetti
Selection Heggar Student.. .Mllloeker
Fantasia Scotch Melodies... Aekcnnan
Walt. Spanish Waldtetifel
The Picgan Indians of the United
States arc in a state bordering upon
starvation, on account of Congress
cultiug down the appropriation from
tlie 75,000 asked by the Indian
Commissioner to 50,000.
HAS JUST HKCMVED I'EK
A Large New Stock
X&OIbs". Bents" & GMldron's
OP KVKKY DKSL'HIIM'IOX.
TO 1SK SOLI)
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Ill POUT STKKKT.
Punahou Preparatory School
Pall Term, begins on Monday,
rpiIE Trustees are" happy to announce
JL that the pceond year, since the
adoption of the new course of study,
premises to be very successful. Miss
M. L. SPOONHIt, a graduate of Mount
Ilolyokc, and for live years past 11 mem.
her of the Seminary Faculty, has been
bccured as an Instructor at tho College.
It Is evpected that the new Professor,
ship of Clicml-try and the Natural
Sciences will be tilled early In the year.
MISS EMMA V. HALL- an. expeii
enced teacher, and for some years Prin
cipal of a (liaium.tr School lit Ware,
Mass., comes irom that position to take
charge of the Punahou Preparatoiy
Only a few now pupils can bo icceiv.
id at this School, anil they will bo ml.
milled in order of application, which
miut ho made to UBV. C. M. HYDE D.
1)., or to the President of tbu College.
OfC.itiiliigues sent on application.
TO TIIK IjAOir.H OK IIOXOl.111,1!
DUP.SSMAlCElt, having returned,
has resumed business.
Feathers. Clo.incd, Dyed and Curled in
nil the newest thades.
Coiner of King mid Hichnrd Streets.
A SUIT OP FRONT ROOMS, nicely
furnished. Apply nl No. 8 Kukui
J. M. OAT Jr. St Co.
Dealers In all kinds of
Tho Latest Foreign Papers alwnys on
hand at the Oitzcllc Vloek, Merchant
Street ly b
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JOHN A. lWLMKlt
Will attend to the collection of
bills, rents, &v. Keep accounts,
diaiv legal documents. Lease and
sell property. Kent rooms, and
transact general business. lie will
a I -so attend to orders mid commis
sions of every Fort from the other
Islands. Paliouagu solicited.
No. O'J Hotel Street, Honolulu.
Telephone, 2118. P. 0. l!o., !!J7.
Wolfe &. Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King and Nutiaiiu streets.
Picsh Oroceiiosand Provisions received
by every .Steamer.
P. 0, Box 130, Telephone 349.
Grand 'Ojwihifj on
Opposite tlie New Bank
Tin 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', Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' Shoes.
. OOl-JTV Ac CO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
gMWsa"rJl l.i. - o c r
Cts., Etc., Etc.
7 "iifr.. tAJzrr
r .n-r rj. .i7!-wtiJMi''33 WfifVi.V'SiN
Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &cj, &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To make room for n Ijiuc Htook or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
Prom I.oiulnnew York, and San Francisco.
All stock on hand during tho noxt 30 days will bo sold Tor 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, Cliromos,
And a Largo Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm XyCiVIV Ac Co.
LEWIS & CO.,
(succr.esous to kknnhdv & co.)
Family Grocers, - - 67 & 69 Hotel St
Just Hccoivcd ex S S Mariposa,
Grapes, Pears, Plans. Peacles, Aijles aid Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins.
Ami a full line ol Fresh Staple UrocericN.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Hox 297.
(I- 1). I'ltKKTH.
W. C. 1'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
Ji.'l Nuiiiuiu Street,
HONOLULU, H. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gonoral Commission Merchants,
OPPKH POK HALIJ
At Jlie I.owc'Ht Market Ha (oh
a larj;e nnd well selected Block of
the, Choicest and most Favorite
&c, &e., &c.,
All Goods Guaranteed,
ami ordcr."tllled promptly.
P. 0. IIox 3C0.
Monday, Sapl. '8th,
Building, Fort St.,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
UK I. IU1 . .
A Large Assortat
At tho Lowest PricoB
at A. S. Clcghorn & Co's
SKK WO TAr & Co. (composed of Ho
Yee, Ho Va Ynt, Ho On and Minji
Wa) having bought from Lo Sam Sing
tho Itice Plantation, with the hovftc, cat
tle and Implements, nt Wuliniilu, Jivn,
Island of Oaliu, which tho said Lo Sam
Sing bought from the Snm Hop Corn,
pany (composed of Lo Knit Fook and
Ah Chun), hereby give notice that all
claims ogaiust the said Plantation to
(Into, are to be settled by thu staid Lo Sam
Sing. All persons ore warned against
cutting trees on the estate at tho follow
ing Lands: Kiitilu, Alna Lol; Kahalaa,
Ahm Lol; Kmimlumi, Aina Lol; Paa-kea-ikl,
lie Piiuono Loco; nnd Kapou.
wela, Aina IColu.
SEE WO TAI & CO.
Walnmlu, August 37tli, 1881.
A SMALL unfurnished Cottage, in
tho centro of town, suitable for u
young man. Address "Coltuge" ltullu
tin OlUce. tl