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SATURDAY, MKIT. 20, lb-M.
JJUH, MOON AND SEA.
All tliiio from noon of to-day. Kept. !2(l
Sun Set ' ""
SuullUui 5 V.),
.Moon Sets 0 01.
High Tiilo (small) 0 OP.
Hlgh'Tlclf (large) 17 00.
WIMI AMI WKlTlinil
Itucoul ifom iioiiiuif jL'ttculaj :
u'sJi'i'i'm'Si Tlieiinmiictcr Itiiln.
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nil. 12 I 30.15 3U.WIS I 77.
bli llto lli
H. II 0.01
Wind, X. II. Unlit My, flnu;SMt,fmootli,
Diamond Head, t'ept, 'JO. .5 p. M
Light N. K. wind.
JJgtnc CoiimicIo off Coco llcuil
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
rem sx I'KANciuco.
...Leaves Honolulu. Oct. liil
Leaves 1 1 - 1 1 a 1 1 1 1 1 1 , Oct. lo
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
roil AUCKLAND A.Nb 8VIINKV:
Stmr Zenlandla Oct. -1
rOlt 8AK l'llANCISCO.
ritmr City of Sydney Sept. 28
Stmr Llkellko fioin Knhulul
Schr Wuilele from Mallko
' Lcahl from ICoholalclo
' Wnlinalu from Kolu.i
- Kalnbow from Koolau
" Munitokawal from Koolau
' Kntdkeaoiill from Kohala
" Mile MorrW from Lanal
11 I ,UI S Tii-kuba from Coipilmbo
Bgttie Conticlo from S. F.
Schr Kekauluohi for llanalel
Sclir l'auahl for Jltinsilvt
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Llkellko for Kahuliil
Schr 'Waluiahihi for Kolost
" Wallelofoi' Mallko
Italnbow for Koolau
" .Munitokawal for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
11 1 .1 M Tsukuba, OrlilJI
Ship El Dorado. Uuinplirle?
Hktne Eureka, Lee
JJark 0 It UMiop, "Vnllcr
11 It M S Constance, V I Doughty
From Iviihiilul, per Llkellko, Sept 20
W It Keanu. wife anil servant, C
Winter. .1 Whiter, E Dowsett, Miss 31
Dowsett, C Hr.ih, 11 Obed, Miss E
Mossnian, MIs E Makii, Hcv O E
Grower, II 11 Plomcr, ,1 Cornell, W F
Johnston and MNs Luhiwa.
Schooner ICauikeaoiiII brought 2110
bags of sugar.
Schooner Manuokawai brought 3SS
bags of sugar and 112:1 bags of rice.
Schooner Itainbow brought 120 bags
Schooner Mile Morris brought 173"
sheep and 2 bales of goat skins from
The bgtne J I) Spreekels, Capt. C S
Tries, arrived at Kahidul, September 18,
from S. F. with a general caigo.
Schooner Lcahl di-loeatcil her rudder
this morning by going aground while
coining in the parage. She was towed
off by the I'ele.
Schooner Walmalu brought 0."3 bags
of paddy, 2I!0 bags of rice and 2S bags
Schooner Leah! brought 1205 bags of
sugar from Koholalele.
Mr Hughes, commander in chief of
the dredge, reports :t0 feet of water at
the cattle landing. He intends to dig
out the bay by llrst going around In a
circle as large as the bay will permit,
then gradually decreasing tho sUo of the
circle until he reaches the ventre.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
His Majesty tho King will visit II.
15. M. S. Constance on Monday.
Privy Council met at noon
still in session as we go to
, - .
Tuiikky dinner at the Windsor to
morrow (Sunday). Giblct soup from
ll.no .. m. to li 1'. si.
Lewis & Co. expect a lot of fresh
fruit by the Alnmeda. Better leave
your orders early.
Tiic captain of tho schooner Kaui
keaouli reports plenty of Vain at
. o .
Mu. Furneaux showed us yester
day some bcautifnl little sketches
he made during his last trip to Hiio.
William lloran, better known as
Billy tho sponge, forfeited his bail,
$C, in tho Police Court this morning
At St Andrews Cathedral to-morrow,
the Bishop will preach in the
morning and tho Rev. George Wal
lace in tho evening.
Tin: Oceanic H. S. Alameda is
due on Monday morning from San
Pranciseo with dates to tho 15th inst.
She will probably arrive import be
tween 9 and 10 o'clock.
A noitsi: driven by n lady was
frightened tills morning coming
down Nuuanii street, by a Chinaman
throwing slops on to the road from
his upper verandah. Such a practice
ought to be put ii stop to.
Mit. J. S. Ejir.nsoN, of the Survey
Department, was busy lliis morning,
surveying the property culled " I Io
nuhilti'llatc ' near the Post-Olllcc.
. Avoriir.u young hoy said lo havo
leprosy was taken to the leper rceeiv
i ing station yesterday. He. in from
Honolulu and will receive medical
II. 15. M. S. Canada, a sister .ship
of the Constance now in pott, has
been ordered to China. Prince
George, sou of the Prince of Wales,
is on board.
A water pipe burst this morning
in front of Hammer's saddlery store
on King street. It will probably be
repaired on Monday. Wonder how
much water will be wasted from the
time it burst until it is repaired.
His Majesty gave u dinner party
last evening to the Captain and
olllecrs of II. 1. M. S. Constance.
There was also present II. 1$. M.'s
Commissioner Major J. II. Wodc
hotisc, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Col.
Curtis Iankea and Major Purvis.
An Lain, the Chinaman captured
yesterday by Oillcers Tell and Ka-
himoku, charged with having opium
in his possession, was brought up
this morning and remanded until
Tuesday. Mr. John Russell appears
for the prisoner.
YiisTr.muY afternoon on the Intcr
Island Navigation Co.'s wharf, in a
space of about two feet we counted
thirty-two natives crowded together
each with a rod and Hue fishing. In
twenty minutes they caught two fish
about four inches long.
Tin: business in the Police Court
this morning occupied His Honor's
attention about fifteen minutes.
Three drunks, out remanded case,
one for assault, and one Jov having
opium in possession. The two latter
were continued to next week.
Pilot Uabeock's son, Johiury, has
been taking a trip to Kauai on the
schooner Waimalu. Johnny reports
having a splendid time, but appears
to havo been chiciry occupied in
hanging his head over the side of
the schooner and feeding the finny
Tin: reason that cigarettes arc
considered destructive to health is
because tiie paper in which they arc
wrapped contains a virulent poison,
and tho material with which they
arc tilled being poor tobacco is
doctored with chemicals to give
strength and flavor.
Mkssiis. Lycan .": Co. have just
received a new lamp. It is called
the Electric lamp, gives a still clear
light, does not flicker, and gives as
much light as four ordinary lamps.
It is warranted not to explode, and
is placed at a reasonable figure. Call
at their store and examine one.
Tin; Japanese man-of-war that
arrived this morning flics a Hag
similar to the one lately used by the
Inter Island Steam Navigation Co.
When the natives on the wharf first
saw the Hag, they mistook the man-of-war
for the now steamer, J. G.
Blaine, shortly expected.
Tin: Rev. J. A. Criizan will preach
at Fort street Church to-morrow
niorniiiK and evening. Morning
subject, "Characteristics of a Great
Lovoj" evening, "The Worship of
the Golden Calf." The monthly
collection for city mission work will
be taken Sunday morning.
Mns. Costa, who has kept a cattle
ranch at tho mouth of Kalihi Valley
for the last twenty years, offers her
entire stock of cattle and horses for
sale. She prefers to sell the whole
in one lot, but in tho event of failure
to do so, will sell singly or in lots to
suit vmrchascrs. This affords an
excellent opportunity for investors.
Application should be made to Mrs.
Costa, at t,hc Ranch.
Tin: Hawaiian Hotel billiard room
has undergone several important
changes during the past few days.
A brand new Brunswicko & Balko
table has been placed in position,
the other tables have had new
cushions put in, and there aro also a
number of new cues. To-night will
be somewhat of a re-opening of this
beautiful room. Gcorgo will be glad
to sco everybody,- and if they arc not
satisfied after viewing the room and
tasting the viands, lie will give them
a frco rido home in his new break.
ADDRESS AND PRESENTATION.
This morning llie Hon. W. I-
Allen, late Collector-General, was
wailed upon by members of tho
revenue corps, and piesenlcd with
a cane and tho following
Ilusoi.ii.r, September 201 h. 18SI.
To Hox. W. F. Alli:n.
Dear Sir: On the occasion of sever
ing vour olllelal relations after o long
a pi'iiml of faithful and nnhiom service
hi the position of Collector-General of
Customs for (be Hawaiian Islands,
Wc, the undersigned, who have for
varying periods of years been employed
lu service under you, would beieby ex
press our deep-felt appreciation of tho
uniform votutesy and kindness that
have ever characterized your relations
mill Intercour.-e with us; and we desire
to assure you of the high regaid which
we entertain for your ability and faith
fulness In conducting the arduous duties
devolving upon your position.
As a small tolkcn of our "aloha," be
pleated to receive the accompanying
cane and the assurance of our best
wishes for your future welfare.
With abiding friendship, we remain
W. CiiA.Mnr.ni.Aix, ll Statistical Clerk.
tti:o. Mahkiiam, 2nd " "
Ciias. IC. Stillmax, 1st Entry "
lticiiAiti) X. Mosssiax, 2nd Entry '
I. G. TnwKMtuitv, Storekeeper,
.los. It. Moititii.L, Port Surveyor.
ic. n. I- L'Li.r.n. liainor Master.
Gl'.O. K. ItOAIIIl.MAX.
It. C. Austin. I Guards,
(Reply or Hon. V. K. Allen.)
Honolulu, September 20, 1881.
TO MKSS11S. CllASIllLltLAIX, Maukhaji
axd to OTiir.n Customs Officers.
Gentlemen: thank you very much
for your very haud-oiu'e present, and
for the very kind and agreeable expres
sions contained In the letter signed by
1 assure you, 1 most fully appreciate
such a letter, coming froiii mv olllelal
corps, who have known lne so Intimate
ly, and no doubt at times thought me
Allow me to again thank you all, and
to assure you that this very handsome
cane shall always be cherished, and
guarded among my valued tieaMiie-.
With cxpre-sjon (if my full satisfac
tion of the very careful and attentive
manner In whleh you all have lllled
your various positions, and my best
wUhes for your health and future pros
perity, and with the assurance that It
gives me much pleasure to be able to
highly recommend you all to my suc-ce-sor,
as fully competent for your dif
I leinaln. yours with much pleasure.
W. V. Alli:x.
His Imperial Japanese Majesty's
ship Tsukuba arrived in port this
morning, direct from Coquimbo,
Chili, South America, which she loft
on the 30th June. She had a pleas
ant voyage, and will remain here
about four weeks, departing hence
for Japan. The Tsukuba was here
about four years ago. Her length
is 102 feet, breadth AG feet and
draught 18 feet. Tart of her arma
ment consists of eight Crupp truck
guns, two field guns for land service
nnd one boat gun. Following is a
list of her officers:
Captain A. ArldjI.
Commander A. Aral.
(3 turnery Lieut S. Aiiiua.
First Lieut K. I'yeinura.
Lieutenants S. Ida, Y. Maisiunura,
Navigating Lieut If. Tiikaugl.
Cadet's Instructor (Lieut.) S. Xagal,
Doctor (Chief) OglMiwa.
Doctor (Superintendent) Aokl.
Chief Engineer T. Yo-hlda.
Chief Paymaster T. Kawakaiul.
Paymaster X. Kataoka.
At. Paymaster It. Takcnouchl.
Sub-Lieutenants T. Iwosakl, S. Ota,
II. Ijiehl.S. Ijlebl, II. .Sakamoto, Y.
Ast. Kngineeiv Y. Yaniainoto, S.
Midshipmen It. Yashlro, E. Klshl,
T. Xakagawa, S. Mlyadi, It. Ikunaka,
It. Mtita and :S00 seamen.
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Baud will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at ! :."(). The
following is tho programme :
Overtuie The Oath Aubcr
litillop Pomona Lcutner
Fantasia LatKose of Summcr.ltnppov
Ilalliid St. Agnes' Eve Sullivan
Selection Carmen Ui.et
Walt. Thine Alone Mclslcr
SUHSOIUBKHS to the Hawaiian Hell
Telephone Co, arc hereby notified
that on and after the 1st day of October
imxt, the rates fo; Instruments will bo
Private Residences, $ 2 per month.
Businoss Housos, $ 3 per month.
Connections out of town... $10 por month.
Prcs. II. H.T. Co.
Honolulu, Sept. 15, 18rfl. 817 Iw
RestamitT Lmicli Rooms
Merchant & Nuuanii Streets.
J-Jvory I-iuxury or t lit Hi-uhou
All kinds of Foreign Food,
' Tea, Collcc, Iced Drinks, etc.
Fish of all khitlH & Toi iitiide
Meals at nil hours, forwd in good style.
O. W. Keaweamahl, Prop'tor,
WEMER & CO.
Hit POUT MTItl'.l'.T,
Have on bund Nev Foreign ami Home
M ule Jewelry.
Watohcs, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clooks,
Anil Oririnients of nil kind.
Silver and Gold Plate.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Seta
Suitable for Presentation.
Uiigi'iuliiit ami .1'nlUe Jcwrlry
Repairing lu all lis blanches.
t3S Solo Afjcnls tor Kino' Eye Preservers.
70 Hole! Street
Best Manila, Havana and American
Cigars on Hand.
fresh Vanity 1'alr, Little Ilcauilc, Gold
R.ir, Three Kings and the I'et
Chowing and Smoking Tobacco,
Cut Foil and Plug.
The Hillinid Tables of this establish
ment lmc been re-covered nnd
leveled, which unices tlieni
the best In town.
Gingor Ale and Soda Water on Ice.
17" fall and fee me. "a
Stallions nt Maishflcld !
IJy .lack Maloue, he by Lexington.
1st until, Ivy Leaf, bv imported Austra
lian; 2nd dntn, liny Flower, by Lexing
ton; 3rd dam, IJ.iv Leaf, by 'imported
Yorkshire: -1th (lam, Imported M-ttiii
Hlack, by I'hilo da Piitah, etc., etc.
Itnnav win. bred at the great Wood
burn r.irin. near Lexington, Ivy., by the
Inlelt A Ah Minder, mid was sold to
V. L. 1'iltchard. of Sacramento, Oil.,
for !?.-,0(K lie stands IS'.,' hands,
wcluh I.Oi'm Ib.x., mill la lulirlit ehe-l-
mil color. Diirbii; his racing carter he
downed many a favorite, and won ninny
a hatful of money for bis owner, anil
proved himself due of the greatest of
horses over a distance, most of Ills races
being at two and four miles. lie lias
already sired several colts In California
that are winners, among which ntc
Lizzie Dunbar, Young Bazaar, Sophia,
and another called tho ltazaar Minerva
Colt, he beim; out of Minerva by Im
poitcd Leamington, tlio sire of Parole
and Iroquois. Lizzie Dunbar greatly
distinguished herself Inst year In her
two.yeur.oliI form by defeating one of
the 'largest fields ot two-y'oar.olds that
ever started In California, among which
were the two beautiful llllles brought
here last Spring by Mr. Agncw, distance
mile; time, 1.01), the fastest time on
record for two-year-olds at the distance.
This year she has won several important
events, nnd lias proved herself to bo a
crack tlucc-ycar old.
Itn.uai' has now been brought back
to Honolulu, nud-will remain hero tho
balance of tht year, and breeders, horse
owners nnd slock raisers should avail
themselves of the opportunity to obtain
bU services while they have the chance.
Tei'iiiH, S-IO. Payable at thno of
The Imported Clydesdalo Stallion
Donald Diniiio, Jr., will stand nt
the same time and plaeo at 9ttO for the
season. He was bred in Canada, sired
by Imported Donald Dinnic, and out of
mi imported Clvdcsdale mare. He Is a
beautiful dappfo grey, li! hands high,
and welglis 1,400 lbs.: Is very active,
and as line a large horse as could be
Also, the line large Imported Ken
tucky Jack Sampson. This is one
of the largest Jacks that we could llml
In California, and is an animal of im
mense bone; is a very sure breeder, nud
should be liberally pitroni.ed, as lie Is
one of tho very best animals of his
kind. TcruiH, (i!SO for the season.
The public lire cordially invited to
call nii'l Inspect the above animals.
ManJitleld, Sept. in, 188 1. 818 l
ALL PKKSONS THAT Mil.
LU ONG has left my employ
ment on the lMlli liiht.
Honolulu, Sept. 13, 18N. 817 lm
MB. OAT Jr. &Co.
Dcaleis lu all kinds of
The Latent Foreign Papers always on
hand at llie Gazette Mock, Merchant
Street ly h
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JOHN A. PACMFJt
Will attend to the collection or
bills, leuts, c. Keep accounts,
draw legal documents. Lease nnd
sell properly. Kent rooms, nml
tiansaet general business. Ho will
ul-o attend to orders and cnuuuls.
mous of every soil from tho other
Minds. Patronage solicited.
No. 09 Hotel tftrtet, Honolulu.
Telephone, 2t)S. ' 1 P. Hov, 307.
Wolfe & Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Corner King nnd Nuunnii streets.
Freh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P.O. Box 130, Tolophono 349.
Grand and Successful Opening
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St.,
The general public aro invited to give us a call and inspect,
at our opening, our new and select stock of Dry Goods,
I'ancy Goods; Ladies', Children's, and Infant's Wear,
Millinery, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Traveling
Trunks, Valises, House Furnishing Goods, and an Klegant
and complete stock of Ladies'. Gent's, Misses'. Children's,
and Infants' Shoes.
. OOI-ITV Ac CO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Komif Wirouml Staples, Kerosene Oil a specially.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, J'lalcd Ware, &c, &e.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To ninkc room Tor a lnvs' Htoek or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, Xew York, nnd San Francisco.
All stook on hand during tho next 30 days will be sold for cash,
c onshtlng m part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables, ,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Olironios,
And a Lnrgc Variety of Fancy Goada.
725 1m ilLVSTO-A-TV A: Co.
Just Kccnlvtil p. S S Mtulposn,
Graps, Pears, Plums. Peaches, Ailes aii Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins.
Ami ti full line of Froth Staple Groceries.
Island' Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Hox 207
O- l. rilKLTII.
W. C. l'KACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
tt Xuuaiiii .Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OFFKK FOR SALE
At the IiO-veKt "llnrket Hal cm
a larjje nnd well selected stock of
tlie.Choieestund most Favorite
&C, &-C, vVC,
and ordcrs'fllled promptly.
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
i;i:nni:i)y & co.)
.ll.l'I Hi fJ
67 & 69 Hotel St
A Lane Assortmeiit
At tho lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's
SEP. WO TAI & Co. (composed of Ho.
Yce, Ho Pa Ynt, Ilo.Ou and Minn
Wii) having bought from Lo Sam Sing
the Jtice Planlntion, with tho house, cat
tle and implements, at Walmalu, Ewa,
Island of Onhu, which the said Lo Ham
Sing bought from the Sam Hop Com.
pnny (composed of Lo Kau Fook and
Ah Chun), hereby give notice thnt all
claims against the -aid Plantation to
date are to be settled by the said Lo Sam
Sing. All persons are warned against
cutting trees on the estate at tho follow
ing Lands; Kanlu, Ainu Lol; Kahalaa,
Ainu Lol j Kaumiumi, Aina Lol: Pna-kca-iki,
ho PuuoneLoco; and Kapou.
weln, Aina Kolu.
SEE WO TAI & CO.
walmalu, August 37tb, IKS I.
A SMALL unfurnished Cottage, lu
the cmtro of town, suitable for a
young man. Address "Cottage" JJulle.
tin Olllcc. tt