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MONDAY, SHIT. 1ft. 1881.
niimimil llonil, S-ii. 1" J p. m
Ligfil N. 12. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
rou bak nuxcisco
Mnrlpois.... .Leaves H.-nnlulu, Sept. 1.1
Alameda.. . I.ene Honolulu. Del. 1st
Will At:Ci;i..NI) AND HVIINRV:
Stmr Kcnhiiidln Oct. 4
roll 8AN l'ltANCIfct'O.
Stmr City of Sydney Sept. 28
Bktne Eureka front Mnhukoim.
Schr Emma from Walmaualo.
Seliv ICamol from Laupahoehoe.
Stmr C It HMtop from lfaniakua
Stmt- Iwnlalani from Kauai.
Stmr l.chua from Windward Ports.
Stmr Kiiplolanl from .Molokal.
Schr Ciititiliia from Ilanalel.
Sehr Walehu from Koolau.
Sehr Kawiillani from Ilanalel
Schr Waloll from liana
Stmr Mariposa for S. F.
Stmr Llkellko for Kahulul
Schr llalcakala for Pcpeckoo
Sehr Manuokawal for Koolau
Schr Walehu for Walalua
Schr l'oholki for Puna
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Lcliuu for Windward port?
Sehr Cittcrlna for Ilanalel
Schr Kawallanl for Ilanalel
Schr Nettle Merrill for Lahalna
Bark Ccvlou for Hongkong
Schr Wallole. for Mallko
Bark C O Whltnioro for Poi t Towuseud
Tern Mary Dodge for Eureka
Stmr Iwaianl for Kauai
Stmr C Jt Bishop for Ilamakua
Stmr Kllauea lion for Windward ports
Baik Catallna for Hongkong
Sehr Mana for Pnukaa
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bark Ceylon, liarstow
Bark Oatallna, Williams
Bark C O Wbltmore, Calhoun
Ship El Dorado, Humphries
Bktuc Eureka, Leo
Bgtne W O Irwin, Turner
Tern Mary Dodge, Paul
From Windward Ports, per Klnau,
Sent 13 W II Cornwell, llou HKuilic
lanl, A.D Marlln, J Zablau, C B Miles,
C Furtieaux, E G lllteheoek, S E San
ford, A Brown, E X Hitchcock, H
Claike, O Afong, C Y Alona, TIC Tying,
11 B Carr. G "Nakapuahl, E Wltehcr. II
Souter, J D Fraor, C Gunning, Sing
Go, V Wood, .1 MeGulrd, C F Hart, W
Sproull, C J Daring' "Mrs WC Cham
berlain and son, M M Wilson & daugh
ter, Mrs 11 Deacon & child, .1 M Horner
and wife, Mrs J Itcnton, child & maid,
J II Soper and 2 children, Mrs Akana
and child, Miss II Severance, Miss II
Hitchcock, Miss IC Lewis, Mls M Ala
pal, Miss M Brown, Mls D Mossman,
Mrs W O Achl, Mrs .las Woods, Miss
B Woods, Miss M Ithodes, Miss S Hart,
Miss .V Hart, Miss A Grosser. MUs L
Lyman, Mls E M Benton, Mls A M
Kenton, .T Stiibblebcen, Miss E Thomp
son, Mrs M Prcvler, S K Xowlelu, wife
and daughter, Miss F Aultl, Mrs iiaugn
ton, Mis A Mobsman, .Mrs .1 Alapal,
Miss E Mossman, Miss It Mossman, Mrs
.Tas McGulrc, C MeGuIre, S P Wahiuc
nul and son, Ml-.s II Lewis, A ICaua,
Miss M It Well, Miss IC Hinds, Miss E
Grosser, 11 Turton, Mrs C P Ward, and
7 children, D Morten, Mrs Fusar and
child, Miss Emma Auld and 211 deck
From Hamakua, per C It BUhop,
Sept 11 D F Sanfoid, Wllllo lUehard,
Harry Cooper, George Cooper and :W
From Kauai, per Iwaianl, Sept 11
Hon W E Rowell, G X Wilcox, Capt.1
Boss, O Seholtz, J W Maelle, Mrs A S
Wilcox and daughter, C Bcrtlcinauu &
children, C M White, Mrs M J Forbes
ami 2 daughters, Miss KLltogers, Ed
II Horrors. J Mattoon. S II Kamalenul,
It P Panole, D Tra.sk, wife and 2 chil
dren, Ferris, W Hardy, II Dole, W
Dole, A Sllva, F Borgman, II C Spald
ing, J Itltiou, O Tueh, Miss Biugge
niann, Miss M Brown, Miss II Ladd and
From San FraiieNeo, per bktne Eu
reka, Sept Kl T M McKee, .1 W Ander
son and E Hall.
For San Francisco, per S S Mariposa,
September 15 Mrs M A Wallace and
daughter, Miss A Eincrlek, Mrs C J
Fisheland two children, MIssME Jones,
Prof H M Alexander, W D Alexander,
J D Sprccklcs and family, Asa Hanker
and wife, Ills Ex 11 M Daggett and wife,
Dan O'Coiinell and family, Dr .1 Mott
Smith, J W Maelle, Mrs D A McKluley
and daughter, Mr Coffee, Hon L Aholo,
Mrs Mary A Paty, 1) II Brown and wife,
Miss Kato Giey, ToneyO Afong, Eme
lltic M Afong, Mrs Tucker, Mrs Mc
Cartney, J T MeCroshon, Hon Paul
Isenberg, W Grclg, II It II Prlnco Ka
wauauakoa and M Xoler, Chas Broil
ing and wlfo, F Johnson, G w Mneiar
lime, Miss M Bruggennaini, E It Miles,
W II Cornwell, .1 M Horner and wife,
S J Lcvov, A J Campbell, F Higglns, J
Mills, J Grace, II B Curr, J Manuel, L
Doyle, V Mental, O Purdy, LJ Sllva,
Mrs J Young and child, Mrs It Bataelu
and It children,, V Dlnis, wife and son,
JCabral. wlfo and .1 children. Mrs H
Vlllguth, L Lauder, Mrs F A Bounds
and child, W G Wood, O Soinmer, L J
ltayan, F Stewart. J S Green, S Moxley
J Frost, S Macauley, M Duties and J
Preda. wlfo and 5 children.
Stmr Lelnm brought 150 bags of
II B M S Coutaneo was at Malmkona
when tho Klnau left theie.
Sehr Catcrlua brought 800 bags of
paddy. , , ,
Tho schrs Mary Foster and Kekaulu
ohl collided off Baiber's point last
Friday night. The Mary Foster's bpb
Btay was carried away and the Keka
uluohl probably received no damage.
Tho bktne Eureka Capt. Lee arrived
mi Saturday. Shew at 11? day from
K V to Malmkona when' she" discharged
'J71 tons of fi eight In u day .V a half ihi
then cl all for lil poll being towed
tn sen bs tlin Klnau.
Stmr Iwaianl In ought Kill bales of
wool. (1(1 lildi'M, 2." bags of rieo, "0 bags
of liaddv. '20 bag of taro and l!00 sheep.
Sehr Kawallanl brought MM) bag of
paddy from Ilanalel.
Sehr Waloll brought MM) bag of
The W U Irwin leeched some freight
from the stmr Bishop tills moinliig.
The Mariposa took 11585 bags of
sugar. 730 kegs of sugar, 102(1 bag of
rice, 17111 bunchei of banana, KlGhidp,
2.1 lull' of goat cklnx. 1 bale' of calf
skln, 50 bills of sugar eane and 1 bore.
Total domestic value SSIUW.IIS.
LOCAL & CEHERAL NEWS.
FfiiNisiii:i rootna to let. Sec adv.
IIok. C. I Hart, Circuit Judge
Third Judicial District, is in town.
Hos. Paul Iscnbcrg left by the
Mariposa for his homo in Germany.
- - .,.
Tinin: liundrcd and three pas
sengers arrived by tlio Kinait on
Jin. Charles Kurncaux tlio artist
arrived by the Kinau on Saturday
Tim Post-ofllco despatched by the
S. S. Mariposa,
1905 letters and
Mk. C. Afong gives notice that
Lit Ong is not now employed by
Tiir.ur. will bo a meeting of
Ilarmoiry Lodge, I. O. O. F., this
evening at half-past seven o'clock.
..... . .-.
To-jiokkow is the scvcnty-fourtli
anniversary of the Independence of
the United States of Mexico.
It docs not take a small fortune to
have picture frames and cornices
made, if you go to KingHros. 815 !lt
broke in to the
Hotel street, anil
Meat Market, on
carried off nliont
Tun S. S. Mariposa sailed at noon,
sharp. She took a large number of
passengers, also a good cargo of
II. 15. M. S. Constance was at
Mahukonr. when the Kinau left.
She may be expected here at any
Mr.. Cruzan last evening preached
an able sermon on intemperance to
an attentive audience in Fort Street
IIkub is something good. On and
after October 1st the Hawaiian Bell
Telephone Company will reduce its
rates. See adv.
Ho.v. A. S. Clcghorn, Inspector
General of Immigration, returned
on Saturday from a tour of inspec
tion on the Island of Maui.
Kuiiai'a, an insane person, was
committed to the Insane Asylum
this morning. Dr. Carpenter stated
the man was insane, and unsafe to
be at libcrtj'.
Tun cigarette that's called thcl'ct,
you bet, is just the kind that you
Bliould buy my eye, but they're
tip-top and can bogotatMarcliant's
shop. 81. Oat
Tin: largest shippers of sugar by
the Mariposa were T.. II. Davies &
Co., 3018 bags, W. G. Irwin & Co.,
nOSfi bags and 7118 kegs, Castle &
Cooke 2C28 bags.
When tho Kinau was at Laupahoe
hoe, a shore boat taking out nine
passengers struck the steamer on
her bow, and was swamped. The
passengers were all rescued.
Mn. George K. Richardson will
act as Police- Justice for the district
of Wailukii, during tho absence of
lion. L. Aholo, who left for Wash
ington by the Mariposa.
His Majesty tho King and II. R.
II. Princess Liliuoknlani, were down
on tho wharf to witness tho depar
tuio of the Mariposa. Tho Roj'al
Hawaiian Ilnnd discoursed some
most excellent, music.
Rioiit Rev. tho Bishop of Olba
preached an eloquent sermon nt tho
Roman Catholic Cathedral yesterday
morning, taking as his subject tho
"raising of the widow's son of Nnin."
The church was crowded in overy
- - .v--.
Suvr.x drunks in tho Polico Court
this morning. His Honor doled out
the usual lino of Sf and costs, witli
the exception of one case, an old
offender, who was sent to work for
Capt. Tripp's mansion
(Jims. I'urdy, stroke oar of tlm
Myitle lioat Club crew, left for San
Krancico by the Maiiposa to pur
chase a new six-din cd boat for the
Myillc Club. Ho expects to letuni
by the same steamer.
The old stand of Wenner & Co.
is open again with a large new stock
of foreign and home made Jewelry,
watches, clocks, silver and gold
plate, etc. A specialty is made of
engraving at this establishment.
Jons Sllva, a Portuguese, created
a disturbance at the whirligig last
Saturday evening. For this breach
of tho peace he will have to don a
two colored suit of clothes, and
take his meals at the stone mansion,
for the space of two days.
Ont correspondent at Ilamakua
writes us that the plant cano of
Messrs. Horner & Sons at Kukui
haele is looking well, furrows as
Straight as a die, and not a weed
to be seen in the cultivation. Also
that the roads in the district arc in
a terrible condition.
Jiuiui; Austin was occupied this
morning in bearing tho case of Vic
toriano Olicra vs. Davika, replevin.
This being the last day that lawyers
could lllo papers for the October
term of Supremo Court, Mr. Henry
Smith, tltc deputy clerk, was so
busy that His Honor the Judge
excused his attendance in Court.
Ox Thursday evening last, at IIo
nokaa, Ilamakua district, a dwelling
house some 60 or 80 feel long, owned
by Mr. Sam. I'aikcr. was burnt
down to the ground. A number of
natives were living in it at the time,
but all escaped without injury. The
reflection of the lire, was seen from
the deck of the Kinau, which was
passing at the time.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Hand will play at Finma
Square this evening at 7 :H0. The
following is the programme :
March Honolulu ltlllcs Itcmcnyl
Overture JJiinezauI l-lotow
Cornet Polka Love & Truth. . Wclckcr
Selection Faust Gounod
Selection Beggar Student.. .Mlllocker
Waltz Laura "
Quardrllle Beggar Student.. '
Malanal and Hawaii Pouoi.
A Large and Commodious
HOUSK, centrally located,
newly papered snd painted.
1irgo yard, stables, Ac. Possession
ghen immediately. For further par.
tlculars enquire of
.1X0. S. McGItKW,
8t.ri :;t Hotel sir, bet. Fort and Alakca
House and Furniture to Let.
OX THE PLAINS, comer of Bcrcta
nla and Kuamaiika Streets, fronts
on threu streets, known as the Bradley
premises. House Is 2 story, contains 0
rooms, choice stililo, both garden and
shrubbery, furnished suitably. Rental
SCO per month. Applv or address to
.1. E. WISEMAN.
General lliislucs Agent, Merchant St.
COTTAWKW TO 1CKXT
A XD FUltXITUHE FOB SALE.
MX. 'I'll HER Cottages containing 8
rooms, with bath and cook houses. Fur.
nitum In good order. For particulars
apply 27 Alakca street. 8 HI lw
nilltKK CARPENTERS am wanted
on the Paia Plantation, Pain.
Maul. Applv immediately at the Man
ager's Omcel K. M. WALSH,
8111 St Pain, Maul.
70 Hotel Street
Best Manila, Havana and American
, Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity Fair, Little Beauties, Gold
Bar, Three King-, and the Pel
Chewing and Smoking Tobacoo,
Cut Foil and Plug.
The Bllllaid Table of this establish.
ment hao been ic covered and
leveled, which nvikos them
tho best In town.
Ginger Alo and Soda Water on loe.
13?- Call and tee me. -ffia
Morohnnt & Nuuanu StrootB.
Kvoi'yljitxary off lu Houwou
All klniN of Foreign Foo.l,
Tea, Collee, Iced Drinks, etc.
1'iHh ofnlfkiiKlN & Pol ninth'
Meal at all hour, M'rved in good t-tylc.
O. "W. Keawcamahi, Prop'tor.
live days at
on tin1 reef.
aiuuw i oin ii in ftiitiDin. tin uuice. t''X&lIMKl
Word vras received last week that
a cutting scrape had taken place at
Kukaiau, Hawaii. A half white man
working on the plantation had been
badly injured by a man called
Moran. a native of Malta better
known as " Frenchy." A warrant
was issued for his arrest but he was
not to be found.- Marshal Parke
heard yesterday that the culprit had
arrived in this city. He at onop took
steps for his arrest. A warrant had
to bo issued from tho Supreme Court,
and the Marshal called at the resi
dence of the Chief Justice, but found
he was at Y. M. C. A. Hall, to which
place he went and obtained the
warrant. Later in the evening tho
guilt' man was arrested by Ofllcer
Mehrtcns. Ho wa3 brought up this
morning and committed for trial to
the November term of the Circuit
Lord Httpcrtswood, of Victoria,
N. S. W., is reported to be richer
than W. II. Vandcrbilt. He is
worth more than $200,000,000, and
his wealth is rapidly increasing. He
inherited :i great estate from his
father, including million? of cattle
and sheep in Australia. His resi
dence in Melbourne is said to be the
most magnificent in the world. It
HAS JUST UECIHVED PEIt
A Large New Stock
LaaiGS', Geiits' & Gliilflreu's
OF EVEKY DESCRIPTION.
TO BC SOLD
114 TOUT STRKET.
Punahou Preparatory School
Fall Term, begins on Monday,
rpiIE Trustees are happy to announce
X that the second year, since the
adoption of the new course of study,
premises to bo very successful. Miss
M. L. SPOOXER, a graduate of Mount
Holyoke, and for Ave years past a mem.
ber of the Seminary Faculty, has been
Fecurcd as an Instructor at tho College.
It is expected that the new Professor
ship of Chemistry anil the Xnttiral
Sciences will be tilled early In the year.
MISS EMMA V. HALL an experi.
enccd teacher, and for some years Prin
cipal of a Grammar School in Ware,
Mass., conies from that position to take
charge of tho Punahou Preparatory
Only a few new pupils can bo leceiv
cd at this School, and they will be. ad
mittcd in order of application, which
must be Hindu to REV. C. M. HYDE D.
I)., or to the President of the College.
CgrCatiilogucs sent on application.
TO THK l.AIII'.K Of JIOXOI.IIM!
DRESSMAKER, having returned,
has resumed business.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Curled In
all the newest i-liades.
Corner of King and Richard Street.
A SUIT OF FRONT ROOMS, nicely
furnished. Apply at No. 8 ICukui
J. M. OAT Jr. & Co.
Dealers In all kinds of
Tho Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at the G;clte lllock, Mrrclinnt
Street ly b
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JOHN A. lAIiFill
Will attend to tlio collection of
lilllti, rent, &c. Krep accounto,
draw legal documents. Lease and
sell property. Kent rooms, and
transact general business. He will
dl-o attend to orders and commit.
sions of every suit from tlio other
Llamlh. P.itionage MillclU'd.
No. CO Hotel Street, Honolulu.
Telephone, U98. V. O. Hov, :7.
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Uoiner King and Xuuanii streets.
Fresh Oroeorlusand Provisions received
by every Stealaer.
P.O. Oox 130, Tclophone 349,
Grand and SuccessfuLOpening
Opposite the New Bank
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 Klcgant
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' Shoes.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets.. Etc., Etc.
Fence Wiruanrt Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Wui'e, &c., &c.
Selling at Cost
To make room Tor n
New Goods to
From London, New York, and San Francisco.
All stock on hand during the noxt 30 days will be sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC fJOODS.
Pai'lor Sets, Bedroom Sots, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Large Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 1m IYO-AJN" Se Co.
(fiUCCESSOUB TO KKNNKDV & CO.)
Family Grocers, 67 & 69 Hotel St
Just Received ex S S Mnriposa,
grapes, Fears, Fins. Peaches, Amies nl Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins.
And a full Hue of Frch Ktnplc Groceries.
Island Orders solicited. Tcloplioac No. 210. P. O. Box 297.
11- 1). KHKKTIf.
W. C. I'KACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
Ji.'t Niiiianii StitH'L
IION01.UI.U, II. t.
WINE & SPIEIT
General Commission Merchants,
OFFER FOR SALE
At the Lowest Market ItutcM
a lar.ic anil well teh-clcd stock of
the Ohoh'tst and ino-t Favorite
&c, 4c, &c,
All Goods Guaranteed,
and nnlprs'nili'd promptly.
Telephone 40. P. O. Box 1100. young man. Address 'CottoKe" '""'1--"flita?MW
Building, Fort St.,
K - . COHN Ac OO.
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
for 30 Days !
Iitirc Htock of
Arrive Soon M.
A Larp Assortment
At tho Lowest Prices
at A. S. Clcghorn & Co's
NOTICE. ,., .
SEE WO TAI & Co. (composed of Ho..
Yce, Ho Pa Yat, Ho On and Miiif;
Wa) having bought from Lo Sain Slug
tho Rlcn Plantation, with the house, rut
tlo and implements, at Walmalu, Ewn,
Island of Oahu, which tho said I.oSam
Sing bought ft oin the Sam Hop Coin.
Jinny (composed of Lo Kau Fool: and
Ah Chun), hereby glvo notice that all
claims against tho fhld Plantation to
dato aro to bo settled by tho said Lo Sam
Sing. All persons nro warned against
cutting trees on the estato at tho follow
ing Lands! Kaulu, Aina Lol; Kahalaa,
Alua Lol j Kaumlumi, Aina Lol; Pua-kca-ikl,
ho Puuono Loco ; ami Kanou.
wela, Aina Kolu.
SEE WO TAI & OO.
Waimabi, August 27th, 1881.
SMALL unfurnished Cottage, la
tho cetitro of town, suitable for a '
IV lllU eniltrn nf Imvn cnllaliln fi u ' t ' .lifV
young man. Address "Cottage" 1
tin u mce.