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FRIDAY, SKl'T. 1!), 1881.
SUM, MOOH AlJD SUA.
Alt Hum fiom lionn of to-day. Sept. 10
Suit Sets '"' o3.
Bun lilies fi -IS.
Moon Sets 0 12.
HighTIdo (large) 1 00v
HighTIdo (small) 1U 00.
WIND ASI WEAT1IEU
ttsconl Irotn noon of yesterday:
UaVoisl Thermometer naln. '
"l in " i nil I b:im sii i fii I ih iito i8h
I HO. OJS0.n30.1S, l?l I Ttl. 75. II o.m
Vlml,.V. i:.lllu sky. full j Simi, smooth.
Dl.itm.tid Head, Sept 19, Jp.M
Light N. E. wind.
OCEANIC 3. S. CO.
rots sn ntASCisco.
.Leave Honolulu. Oct. lt
. ....Leaves Honolulu, Oct. 15
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
I"(M AUCKLAND AND S'.DXr.Y;
Sluir Zealiuullii Oct. -1
rott 6N PlIASCliCO.
Stmr City of Sydney ' Sept. 21
Schr Kcktutluolil from Ilnnalcl
Sehr Fauahl from Ilnnalcl
Schr Walchtt from Walalua
Stinr Planter from "Windward ports
Sttnr Jus 3Iakce for AVulanae, Walalua
Sttnr Walmanalo for Walmanalo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Kckauluohi for Hanalel
Schr Fauahl for Ilnnalcl
VESSELS IJJ PORT.
, Ship El Dorado, Humphries
Blciito Eureka, Lee
13.irk C It lllshop, Walters
H 13 M S Constance, F V Doughty
For Wnlatuc, Walalua and ICauni. pur
.las ITakco, Sept 19 Miss II Ncedham,
Major Wroughton and Col M Dickson.
From Wlndwaid potts, per Planter.
Sept 19 C X Glvln wife child & serv't.
G II Robertson, ,T D Marliu. W 1" Foy,
Miss L Fov, II II Williams. A II Smith.
Joe McCarthy, John X Robinson, 3Ir3
T Wills & (1) children, 0 L Allona, S K
ICaco, It W Holt & about D3 deck.
Schr Kckattlttohi brought 57-1 bags of
Schr Fauahl brought liiOO bags of
Schr Waichit brought 351 bags of
sugar and 75 bags of corn.
The W G Irwltt sailed yesterday after
noon for San Francisco with 3972 bag3
of sugar and 957 bags of rice, value
The ship El Dorado will finish dis
charging ttte .latter part of next week.
She wlllprobably s.tll for the Sound for
Sttnr Planter brought 2329 bags of
sugar, 172 hides, 29 bags of awa, i goat
skins, 20 head of cattle and 29 pkgs of
The schr Nora Hawkins, which left
here last week, was nearly wrecked at
Auahola. Sho had dragged her anchors
and drifted so near short! that one could
step from Iter onto the rocks. She was
in the Bttrf, most of her deck load had
been thrown overboard and thn sea was
breaking over her. but her bottom be
ing Hat was not striking. Tlio wind was
blowing very hard, and sho was in
immediate danger of becoming a wreck.
Capt Peterson sent a message overland
to the sttnr Jas Mnkce, which was at
Hauumaulu at the time, asking Capt
Freeman for assistance. The Jas Makee
proceeded Immediately to Auahola and,
after sculling in among the lloating
timber, he managed to throw a line to
the Hawkins and tow iter to sea.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tnc Amateur Musical Society will
not meet this evening.
Hat, towel and clothes racks very
cheap, at King Bros. 821 3t
Mtssns. A. J. Cartwright and M.
Green have been appointed assignees
of the estate of Hart Bros.
Col. Norris did not leavo on the
briganline W. G. Irwin yesterday.
He is still in the city.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a concert at Emma Square,
nest Monday evening.
A mueti.no of the Privy Council
was to have, been held yesterday at
11 o'clock, but was postponed.
A gang of prisoners is at work
out nt Kalihi repairing tho road near
where Dodd' somnibusses stop run-
Prisoners wcr.e at work this morn
ing scraping up the large quantity of
dirt which had accumulated on
. . i
The English courts have decided
that school teachers have no right to
impose Jessons upon pupils to be
learned out pf school hours.
Our evening contemporary says
there is an ice famine in tho city.
On making enquiries wo find there is
no truth in such a statement. The
Honolulu Ieo Works has plenty of
ice, and is making it light along.
Lto:;3 & Levey will hold n special
sale to-morrow afternoon nt4 o'clock,
nt the T X L stoic, corner of Niliiaiiti
:iil Quccti Streets.
OrncKii Fcllibchr lias completed
lii-i wotk of summoning I ho foreign
Jtirois for tin? October twin of tlio
The Band will play a fine pro
giamme of music at the Palace this
evening, during the dinner given to
tlio oflkois of IT. 13. M. S. Constitute.
' Tiir.itu will bo a special meeting
of Iluwsiilan Lodge, No. 21, 1 & A.
M., nt its hull on King street, this
evening nt 7:30 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
That gentle peace-maker, the
Guide, seems to forget the saying
of the wisest man, tint the meddler
in a quarrel belonging to others is
like a man that lakctli a dog by the
Tin: Maori King, Tawailtao, who
has been visiting 'England, will re
turn to New Zealand b' way of New
Yorl: and San Francisco. He will
pass through Honolulu cither the
latter end of October or November.
The regular meeting of the Y. M.
C. A. was held last evening and was
well attended. Eleven new mem
bers were elected. It was decided
to commence a boy's branch. Other
business transacted was of the usual
Business in the Police Court was
very light this morning. JMnnuel
Silva for drunkenness forfeited his
ball. George Patterson, an express
driver, was charged with furious and
heedless timing. The defendant
pleaded guilty and was icmandcd
until to-morrow for sentence, lie not
having fully recovered from the
effects of his last night's spree.
If tlTe principal and masters of
Iolani College read this morning's
'Tixer, they will be very much sur
prised to find that, "the grounds of
Iolani College were filled with merry
boys and girls to-day, enjoying a
brief recess from their newly
resumed school ditties." The
school is exclusively for boys and
not for girls.
There was a little excitement
yesterday afternoon in Nuuanu Val
ley above the second bridge, caused
by the sudden fulling to picce3 of
the harness on a horse belonging to
a Chinaman. The animal, which was
attached to a heavy wagon, cot
scared and stai ted off rather lively
but was stopped before it had got
very far. The wagon was aficr
watds drawn home by three Chinese.
No person in this city should fail
to visit Mr. Williams' gallery on
Fort street, and view a beautiful
painting executed by that well-known
artist, Mr. Guts." Furncaux. The
painting is a portrait of Miss Annie
Cli'ghorn, and is a most excellent
likeness, liarmonious and rich in
color, while the texture of the skin
is admirably rendered. The power
of the artist's color and the exquisite
finish mark this as one of the finest
portraits wo have ever seen.
Uoi respondenco is solicited on the top.
i k t tho day, or what may become bo.
We lcicrvo tlio right to excise purely
Wo do not hold ourselves responsible
for tlio opinions expressed by our cor
THE "ADVERTISER" ON CREELY.
Editor Bulletin: The Adverts
ser never seems happy unless trying
to blacken an honorable reputation.
If the facts do not happen to justify
its aspersions, falsehood is resorted
to without scruple and without
The latest exploit in this lino is
the assertion that Lieut. Grcely is a
liar and probably a murderer. On
Saturday last it said, "Grcely
claims that Henry was killed be
cause of his persistent thievery, but
if Grcely would lie in one instance,
as ho undoubtedly did in saying
that cannibalism had not been re
sorted to, then he would bo in tho
case of tho Henry murder." Wo
are then told that Henry was acting
as correspondent of several Eastern
papers and was probably murdered
in the hope of preventing the story
of cannibalism coming to light.
I doubt if anything moro mali
cious and dastardly can bo found
even in tho columns of the Adverli'
see. A statement is put into Lieut.
Grcely's mouth, which there is no
evidence of his hnving ever made,
and for which there is no foundation
except tlio mendacious imagination
of the Advertiser people, and this
fabricated statement is then mitdo
the basis of a fin titer charge of
murder. What Lieut. Grecly did
say, according to all the published
accounts, wa3 that there hod been
no cannibalism in his party, so fur
as he knew; that if such practice
had been resorted to, it had been
by certain individuals of tho party
without his knowledge, and that lie
never heard of anything of the kind
until after his return. Thero is not
a particle of known evidence to
justify the charge that Lieut. Grcely
has told anything but the strict
and literal truth. Ills character
and record give no encourage
ment to tlio idea that he
would He. As to the execution of
Henry, it was fully justified by the
circumstances of tho case as stated
by the commanding ollicer, and there
is no evidence that the facts have
been in an)' way misrepresented by
him. Lieut. Grecly asks the Gov
ernment to order a court martial
that all the facts concerning Henry's
death may be fully investigated.
Ever since the Advertiser came
under the control of Mr. Gibson it
lias been distinguished by a disposi
tion to cast slurs upon things Ameri
can. This attack upon an American
ollicer is quite worthy of the source
from which it draws its inspiration.
That such an article should appear
in the columns of the only paper
here which Is devoted to the interests
of the Minister of Foreign Affair3 is
a fact which should be brought to
the notice of our American fi lends.
LATE FOREIGN MEWS.
Fifteen thousand building me
chanics were out of employment in
New York, the middle of August,
owing to a strike. The contractors
were giving in to the workmen's
Four survivors of the steamer
Gijon, sunk by collision off the
coast of Spain, have arrived in New
York. Their stories of suffering in
a small boat until picked up are
horrible. Almost all of the pas
sengers on the Gijon were wealth'
people who were making their sum
mer trip to Cuba, some being very
anxious to leave Spain on account
of the dread of cholera. The num
ber of ladies on board is said to
have been between lift' and sixty.
How many were saved is not accu
John Tcetncr, of Boston, offers to
row with Edwaid Haitian or William
Beach for 82,500 a side, over any
suitable lake course in England,
within four mouths, five miles with
one turn, each to pay his own ex
SUHSCHIUEKS to the Hawaiian liell
Telephone Co ate hereby notilled
thst on and aftir the 1st day of October
next, tlio rates for Instruments will be
I'rlvalo Residences $ 2 per month.
Dusincss Houses, $ 3 por month.
Connections out of town. ..$10 por month.
Honolulu. Sept. 10, 1891. 817 lw
Merchant & Nuuanu Streets.
JSvory JliUXiiry ol't Jio fcScnHoii
All kinds of Foreign Food,
Tea, Collee, Iced Drinks, etc.
Fish of nil kimlH & l'oi made
Meals at all hours, served in good style.
G, "W. Keawcamahi, Prop'tor.
to Tin: ii,viii:s or Honolulu
DltKSSMAKKIt, having returned,
has resumed business.
Feathers Clo'tncd, Dyed and Curled in
nil the newest thitlrc.
Comer of King and Itiehnr.l Streets.
TO 16 EXT.
OK TIlltKK FURNISHED
about 5 minutes walk from the Post.
Olllcc, also cabling. Apply at this
Olllce. 817 lm
COTTAGES TO KENT
ND FUTINITUHE FOIl HALE.-
THHEK (JolliiKe-. containing
rooms, wlilt u ah nnil oooi; nouves. 1' ur
nituro in good ordor.
.. ' t.. 1 1- !... .....,
apply 37 Alakca ftrcct.
WEMER & GO.
oa pout HTitr.r.T,
Have on hand New Forek'tt inid lb im
Mud" .1 weir,).
Watches, Braoolols, Ncoklots,
Pins, Lockets, Clooks,
Ami Ornament of nil klnd.
Silver and Gold Plato.
Elogant Solid Silver Tea Sets
Suitablo for Presentation.
Engraving and Xntlvo Jewelry
Repairing In all Its branches.
i3T Solo Agents for King's Eye Prosorvor.
70 Ho'el Street
Be9t Manila, Havana and American
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity Fa'r.Llltlo Bcnutlce, Gold
liar, Three Kings ami the Pet
Chowing and Smoking Tobacco,
Gut Foil and Plug.
The 1)111 lard Tables of this establish
ment liaxo been recovered and
leveled, which ui'ikcs them
the best In town.
Ginger Ale and Soda Water on loe.
CST Call and see me. "J
Uy .Jack Malone, he by Lexington.
1st dim, Ivy Lenf, br Imported Austra
lian; 2nd dam, Hay Flower, by Lexing
ton; iird dnm, Hay Loaf, by "Imported
Yorkshire: -f tit dam, Imported Maria
Ulnc'j, by l'hilo da I'utili. etc.. He.
Etn.tuir was hied nt the great Wood
burn Faun, near Lexington, Ky., by tin
latij It. A. Ah x Hitler, and Mas sold to
V. L. I'liti'hnrd, of Sacramento, C.il.,
for !?r,00''. He stamlst t5,' liandsi,
weighs 1, 015" lb?, and isn bright chest
nut color. Duri'ig his lacing career he
downed many a favorite, nnd won many
a hatful of money for ills owners, anil
proved himself one of the greatest of
horses over a distance, most of hh races
being nt two and four miles. He has
already sind sevtr.il colts In California
that arc winners, among which mo
Llz.io Dunbar, Young Bazaar, Sophia,
and another called the Bazaar Minerva
Colt, ho being out of Minerva by Im
poited Leamington, the sire of Parole
and IroquoK Lizzie Dunbar greatly
distinguished herself last year in her
two-ycar.old form by defeating one of
the largest fluids ot two.year.olds that
ever stattel in California, among which
were tho two beautiful llllles brought
here last Spring by Mr. Agncw, distance
mile; time, 1.01J4, tho fastest tlmo on
record for two-year-olds at the distance.
This year she has won several important
events, nnd has proved herself to be a
crack three-year old.
Itimmr'has now been brought back
to Honolulu, and will remain here tho
balnnco of this year, and breeders, horse
owners and Mock raisers should avail
themselves of tlie-oppottunity to obtain
hU services while they have the chance.
Terms, -10. l'ayablo' at time of
Tho Imported Clydesdale Stallion
Donald lHimie, Jr., will stand at
tho samo time and place at gtfO for the
season. Ho was bred lit Canada, ,sred
by Imported Donald Dlnnic, and out of
ah imported Cljdcsdalo marc. Ho is a
ucautuui dapple grey, iti nanus lilgii,
nnd weighs 1,100 lbs.: is very active,
nnd as tine a largo liorso as could lie
Also, t'lic line large Iinpottcd Ken
tucky Jack SumiiHOii. This is one
of tlio largest Jacks tliatwc could And
in California, and U an animal of im
mense bone; is a very sunt breeder, and
should be liberally patronized, as lie is
one ot tne very nett animals oi las
kind. Terms, 30 for tliu season.
The public are cordially .invited to
call rind Inspect the nbavc animals.
Murshfield, Sept. 15, 1661. 818 t(
KNOW ALL PEKSONS THAT MH.
LIT ONG lias left my employ
ment on tho 13th Inst.
Honolulu, Sept. 13, 1S-31. 817 lm
J. M. OAT Jr. & Co.
Dealers In all kindB of
STATION'K It Y,
The Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at the Gazette Block, Merchant
Street ly b
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JOIIX A. PALSIEIt
Will attend to tho collection of
bills, rents, Ac. Ktep accounts,
draw legal documents. Lcuse and
tell property. lteut rooms, and
trausact general liuslne-tt. He will
nl-o attend to orders and coimnls.
ston3 of every fiort from tho oilier
IiUnds. Patronage solicited.
No. CO Uotcl Street, Honolulu.
Telephone, 2, 8. I 0. Ilox, 397.
Woii'e & Edwards
Grocery, ami Feed Store,
Comer King and Nuuanu streets.
Freslt Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P.O. Box 130, Tolophono 340.
Sinus at MffilAM !
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Bank
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, Vnliscs, House Furnishing Goods, and an Elegant
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' Shoes.
$t OOHN &: CO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
tlS.. tlC.. ttC. i-2L" 3S32aeiJ"SW.'SJ7?".iJXr Etc.. Ftp.. F r
Fence. Wire ami Staples, Kerosene Oil si specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c., &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To mnkn room for n I.arsc. Ntock of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and San Francisco.
All stock on hand during tho next 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, Chromos,
And a Largo Variety of Faucy Goods.
725 lm JJYOJS Sc Co.
Just ltecolvcd ex S S Matipoba,
Grapes, Pears, Plans. Peaches, Ajjles and Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins.
Ami a full line oi Frouli Staple (Ki'ocvrirs.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Bos 297.
(1- 1). KllKETll.
W. C. 1'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
2.1 Xiiuniiu Street.
HONOLULU, It. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OFFEIl FOK SALE
At the I.om-st Market Itatos
u larife and well selected stock of
thf;Gliolccitaud most Favorite
&p., Ac, Are.,
and onlcrc'flllcd promptly.
P. 0. Ilox SCO.
Building, Fort St.,
67 & 69 Hotel St
A Large Assortment
- koii tui.t:-
At tho Lowest Prices
at A. S. Clcghorn & Co's
SEE WO TAI & Co. (composed of Uo
Yce, Ho Pa Yat, Ho On and Ming
Wa) having bought from Lo Sam Sing
the Rico Plantation, with tlio house, cat
tlo and Implement', nt Walmiiln, Kwa,
Iiland of Oaliu, which tlio said Lo Sam
Sing bought fiom the Sam Hop Com.
party (composed of Lo Kau Fook and
Ah Chun), hereby glvo notice that all
claims against tho said Plantation to
date arc to bo settled by tlio said Lo Sam
Sing. All persons nro warned against
cutting trees on tho estate at tlio follow
ing Lands: Kaulii, Alna L'olj Kalinlnn.
Aina Lol; Kaumlumi, Alna Lolj Paa-kea-iki,
he PuuonoLoeo; ami Kapou.
wela, Alna Koltt.
iir , , SEE WO TAI & CO.
Waimalu, August 37th, 1S8L
A SMALL unfurnished Cottage, In
tlio rentro of town, suitable for a
youuginau. Address. ' Cottage" Hullo,
tin Olllce. t(