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MONDAY, SKPT. 2L, 1884.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-day, Kopt.'jj
Sy.iiSct ft 5."i.
Sun HUes 17 411.
Moou Sets S 12.
HlgbTldo (small) 0 00.
High Tide (large) IS 00.
HIND AN1( UUATimi
Itvuoiil Irom nniiii of eiten!tiy
fta Tl.ennon.oler .tain.
I III I nil. I '.-.hl t '.Hi I Hi lltn I4li
1 .10. 00 SO.0J Si).WWS I 71. m. o.Ol
Wliut.X.; Hliy, flnoj Sen, smooth.
Diamond Head, Sept. '!!,
Light N. E. wiiul.
;t ii. m
koii kan niA.scisuu.
AlaiiH.-ilii .... l.cuvoa Honolulu, Oct. M
Mnrlpo-iii Leaves Honolulu, Oct. 15
KOlt AUCKLAND AND SYIMiKY:
Stmr Zealandia Out. 4
Mil BAN FJIAXGIbCO.
Stmr City of Sydney Sept. 28
Stmr Ivul:inl from Kauai
Stmr O It Bishop from llamakua
Stmr Lchna from AVlnihvnrd Torts
Sehr Nettle Merrill from Lalialna
S S Alameda from Sim Francisco
Schr Emma from AVnlaluu
Schr Itob Koy from Koolau
Stinr Llkellkc lor Kaluilul
Schr AValmalulii for Koloa
" AVnllclc for Jlnliko
" Halnbow for Koolau
" Mnnuokawat for Koolau
VESSELS. LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Klnau for Windward Ports
Stmr Planter for Windward Ports
Stmr lwalmil for Kauai
Stmr C It Bishop for Hamakna
Stmr Lcliua for Windward Porta
Sehr Nettle Merrill for Lalialna
Schr Emma for Walalua
VESSELS IN PORT.
HUMS Constance, V V Doughty
HUM Tsukuba, Orldji
S S Alameda, Morse
Ship El Dorado, Humphries
Bktnc Eureka, Leo
Bark C It Bishop, AVolters
Ugtno Consuelo, Cousins
From Hamakua, per CJt BIhop, Sept
20 W II Daniel?, wife and G children,
C D Miller, J It Ilalllday, P Dlds.
From Kauai, per Iwalani, Sept 20 S
Lcdercr, II M Dow, Mrs A Sinclair, AV
D Schmidt. O Y Alona, Misses Susan &
Mary'Ann Titeomb, Misses Josephine &
Nancy Molteno, Alilu, A Young, Lum
Kin, Cliee Akcc, Look Sung.
From San Francisco, per bgtni) Con
suelo, Sept 20 Mrs A F Morris, John F
Deaulzlo and 02 Chinese.
From Windward Ports, per Lchua,
Sept 21 Judge S L Austin, C X Arnold,
C II Eldridgu, Mrs Hoopll, C J Faulk,
K AV lloldsworth, D Taylor.
From San Frauclsco, per S S Ala
meda, Sept 22 Mrs J Hopper & daugh
ter, Mrs L O Kelly and 2 children, Miss
M-Kelly, Jtobt Ualstcad, Mrs M A Fuller
and daughter, Miss II Foster, AV Foster,
D Foster, Kcv S C Damon and wife,
Miss M Brous, Vnl Kundson and wife,
Miss I Kundson, Miss M Kundson, A
Kundson and 2 brothers, A Marques, II
S Townsetid, Mrs Judgo Hall, M W'Mc
Chesncy, Miss G Lewis, E II Clarke,
Mrs CT lloyt, Brother Lambert, Broth
er Louis, Brother Philip S Cohen, C E
AVilllams, J A Gallnycr, P Mondt, Miss
M A Hilton, Mrs II Crelg, Mcli Kcchen
ger, AV Spencer, J II Halm, C E Hasty,
Mrs J Leo and child, John Aveson, C J
Campbell, Chris Anderson, Miss M F
Manias, J F Goniley, D Turner, O M Fow
ler, L B Kerr, wife and 2 children and
The S S Alameda sailed from San
Frauclsco, Sept 15th at U p in, with 04
passengers and 1100 tons cargo. Had
light head winds and smooth sea. Ar
rived Sept 22nd at 8.30 am; time, 0
days, 10 liours.and 3() minutes.
The sehr Nettle Merrill brought the
safe that was In the tiro nt Lalialna re
cently. Thu Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club
received u new boat by the Alameda.
Stmr Iwalani brought -18S bags of
hugnr, 120 bags of nee, 121 bags of
paddy, 13 hides, 11 bags of peanuts and
2,103.05 in specie.
Stmr Lehua brought 015 bags of sugar
Stmr C It Bishop brought 020 bags of
sugar, 300 goatskins, 28 hides, 20 head
of cattle and 82,098 in specie.
The bgtno Consuelo, Capt Cousins,
arrived on Saturday, 13 days from San
Francisco, with 275 sks of oats, 220 bks
of Hour, W0 sks of bran, 275 sks of
barley, 50 bales of hay, 105 sks of salt,
200 cs of salmon, -KS0 sks of middlings,
23300 bricks, 200 bbls limeland 3 horses.
She is consigned to AV G Irwin S?Co.
Schr Bob Boy brought 250 bags of
rlco from Koolau.
The Bchrs Lcahl and Kaulkeaouli are
loading machinery, etc, for Kukalau.
On board bark Hope, at Port Towns
end, August 30th, by ltcv. John Bold,
Jr., Oran Kiteloy, formerly af Shnron,
Ontario, and Kate Layman, daughter of
S. M. Carter, of Honolulu. Gazette
and Saturday Press plcaso copy.
"LOCAL & CENERALllEWS.
A young, man wants a situation.
Tin: bark Cnibaricn was loading
for tills port when tlio Alameda left.
Tin: cholera is raging frightfully
inNaplcs,300! deaths already report
ed. . . , .
Hat, towel and clothes racks very
cheap, nt King Tiros.
V'nkm Enstcrn ovslcM hl'ftdltc's.
Lyons &' Levey will hcII to-morrow
nt 10 o'clock f0 boxes tipples.
Si:oiiKT.itv I'olgcr, of tlio United
.States Treasury is ilcatl.
Jilt. William Fos-mt, clerk of the
Supicinu Court, arrived by the.
Wi: extend our thanks to Purser
Sutton of the Alameda for si late flic
At the meeting of tlio Privy Coun
cil, the Gazette charter was referred
to : connnittco for revision.
Si:vi:n drunks in the Police Court
this morning, enriching Deputy
Dayton's treasury by $12.
Tin: Alameda brought tlio
that thu price of sugar had
down 1-1 C of a cent.
Tiik steam roller is at work on tlio
Pnlania road, ns frisky as ever so
says Itoad Supervisor Hart.
Gauisgt Photographs 8-1.00 per
Dozen at the New Gallery, King
street, near Alakca street. 823 3t
Mkutixg of Hawaiian Lodge No.
181, will be held this evening at 7.30.
Visiting brothers cordially invited.
Tin: Kcv. Dr. and Mrs. Damon,
Frank Damon and wife arrived by
the Alameda, all looking well.
Tim bark Amy Turner arrived at
Hongkong August 1 0th. She left
here June 30th.
His Ex. AV. M. Gibson has been
appointed in Privy Council, acting
Attorney-General of the Kingdom.
TiiKiti: is u change in the Chief
Stewardship of the Alameda. Mr.
Clarke is now holding the position.
DnoTiiKits Louis and Philip, of the
order of Mary, arrived by the Ala
meda. They will assist at St Louis
Mr. 'Clias. B. Wilson, Superinten
dent of the Water Works, is nearly
convalescent. lie was out for a
little tune this morning.
Qoitk a number of people visited
II. B. M. S. Constance yesterday
afternoon. She leaves to-morrow
for the South.
A nativi: was walking up Nuiianu
street this morning with a small
coffin under his right arm and a
bundle of fish in his left hand.
Hon. Curtis P. Iaukca has been
appointed by His Majesty the King,
in Privy Council, Collector-General
of Customs for the Kingdom.
II. B. M's. Commissioner Major
J. II. Wodchousc was unable to go
on board the Constance this morning
on account of indisposition.
Tin: Honolulu Yacht and Boat
Club has received a new six oared
barge by the Alameda. It was built
by Grillln of San Francisco.
Tin: Hawaiian Commercial Co.
sold September 7th, in the San Fran
cisco Stock and Bond Exchange, G50
shares at $3 per share.
TiiEitu will be a meeting of Hono
lulu Commandcry Knights Templars
No. 1-, this evening at the usual place
at 7.30 o'clock.
At the meeting of the Privy
Council held on Saturday, the death
sentence recently passed on Kcanu,
the Kohala murderer, was commuted
to imprisonment for life.
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Tin: gorgeous costume of the
Hawaiian dandy was completely put
into the shade by a native appearing
on our streets yesterday, dressed in
a full suit of bright blue silk, cut
The brigantino Consuelo, which
arrived on Saturday evening thirteen
days from San Francisco, brought
one bay stallion and two marcs for
Col. Z. S. Spalding, of Kauai. The
stallion is valued at $5000 and
arrived in fine condition, tho greatest
care having been taken with all tho
animals during the voyage.
On Saturday afternoon about four
o'clock, four prisoners were enjoying
themselves all nlone on Berctania
street near Kauraakapili Church,
looking into stores, chatting with
friends, one of them finally purchas
ing a large watermelon, probably
with the intention of having a little
dessert after his Sunday dinner.
I'ltil colicclton InlstiH tip nt Kail
makaplll chlirch yeslci'day for the
building fund ainountcdto 8552.10.
I)u. Brodic, tlio veterinary surgeon,
did not arrive by the Alameda, nor
was he expected. He is to arrive
October Sth by the Mnriposn.
Miss. A. F. Morris, the new house
keeper for the Hawaiian Hotel,
arrived by the Consuelo Saturday
Mit. A. Marques, tlio President of
the Honolulu Symphony Club, arriv
ed by the Alameda, looking well and
reporting having had n general good
O.su of the fair passengers by the
Alameda lias come on an errand of
mercy, to delivc'r one of our esteemed
fellow citizens from the thraldom of
Lkwis & Co. received by the
Alameda five different kinds of
grapes, and other fresh fruits in
excellent condition. The California
rolled butter received is something
The S. S. Alameda arrived shortly
before nine o'clock this morning, C
days IDA hours from San Francisco.
Amongst the passengers wo notice
Mrs. J. Hopper and daughter,
Itobcrt Ualstcad, II. S. Townscnd,
AV. McChcsncy, C. E. Williams, L.
B. Kerr and wife.
His Majesty the King, accom
panied' by lion. A. S. Cleghorn, Col.
Boyd and Major Purvis, paid a visit
this morning at 11 o'clock to II. B.
M. S. Constance. As the ltoyal
party passed the Japanese man-of-war,
the yards were manned and a
salute fired, the same honors being
repeated on arrival at the Constance.
The party returned shortly before 1
Some Chinamen on Meek street
have been building a large brick
oven. On Saturday one of them
went inside of it to remove the
framework used for building the
arch, when the top suddenly caved
in on him. It was some time before
he was released from his unpleasant
position, and when free insisted that
he was nearly dead. The reason of
the caving in was because no iron
rods had been put in to support the
brickwork as is usual.
Tun services at St. Andrew's
Cathedral yesterday were unusually
interesting. Vacation being over
the choir boys from Iolani College
were in their usual places. Two elo
quent sermons were preached, the
one in the morning by thu Bishop,
taking for his subject, "The call of
St. Matthew from the receipt of
custom," that in the evening by tlio
Rev. Geo. AVallace, from Solomon's
words, "Train up a child in the
way he should go." The congrega
tions were good, and tho hearty ser
vices thoroughly enjoyed.
An outrageous piece of driving
was committed this morning by a
Chinaman wearing badge No. 320.
He was driving from the wharf a
heavy load of wood, when, opposite
Lucas's mill, the horse turned to the
right and ran right into the entrance
of Wilson Bros.' blacksmith shop,
falling inside the shop and almost
killing the driver. It was n most
fortunate escape for the Chinaman,
as his scat came within a couple of
feet of reaching the top of the door
way. The harness had to be taken
off as well as the shafts before the
animal could be extricated. It is a
mystery to many how that China
man let the horse get so beyond his
SUBSCKIBEItS to the Hawaiian Uell
Telephono Co. are hereby notified
that on and after the 1st day of October
next, the rates for Instruments will be
Prlvato rtosldoncos, $ 2 per monlh.
Butlnost Houses, 3 por month.
Connections out ol town. ..$10 per month.
Pre. II. B.T. Co.
Honolulu, Sept. 15, 1S8I. 817 lw
to Tin: iiAiu:N or 110x01.111.11
DRESSMAKER, having returned'
has resumed business.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed unil Curled lu
nil the newest shades.
Corner of King und Richard Streets.
WENNER & CO.
ta i-MiitT Kthiikt,
Hove on hnnd New Foreign and llolno
Walohos, Bracelets, Neoktots,
Pins, Lookots, Clooks,
Ami Ornaments pf all kinds.
Silver and Gold Flute.
Elegant Solid Silver Tea Sate
Suitable for Preientatlou,
Kugrnvlnt; mill N'ntlve Jewelry
Repairing lu all Its branches.
tST Solo Aflonls for King's Eyo Prosorvors.
70 Hotel Street
Best Manila, Havana and American
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity Pair. Little Ueniitl, Oold
liar, Tlii-co Kings and the Pet
Chowing and Smoking Tcbacco,
Cut Foil 'and Plug.
The Dillinrd Tables of this establish
ment have been rc-covcrcd and
leveled, which makes them
the best in town.
Ginger Ale and Soda Water on Ice.
1ST Call and see me. "a
Stallions ill Mffilclil
By .luck Malonc, he by Lexington.
1st dam, Ivy Leaf, bv linpoited Austra
lian j 2nd dam, Hay Flower, by Lexing
ton ; 3rd dam, liny Leaf, bv Imported
Yorkshire; -Ith ilnm, Imported Maria
Hlack, by Plillu da Ptitali, etc., etc.
Ihr.nar was bred at tho great Wood
burn Farm, near Lexington, Ivy., hv the
late R. A. Alexander, and was sold to
AV. L. Piilchtml, of Sacramento, Cul.,
for 5,001': He ftands 15.1,' mmjSi
weighs 1 ,00 lbs., mid Is a bright chest
nut color. Duriughls racing career he
downed mauy a favorite, and won many
a hatful of money for his owners, and
proved himself one of the greatest of
horses over a distance, most of his races
being at two and four miles. He has
already sired several colts in California
that arc winners, among which ate
Lizzie Duubar. Young Bazaar, Sophia,
and another called the Bazaar Minerva
Colt, he being out of Minerva by Im
ported Leamington, the sire of Parole
and Iroquois. Lizzie Dunbar greatly
distinguished herself last year in her
two-ycar-old form by defeating 0110 of
the largest fields of two-year.olds that
over Started in California, nmong which
iverc.tliD two bnutful fillies brought
here last Spring by Mr. Agucw, distauce
mile; time, 1.0 the fastest time on
record for two-year-olds at the distance.
This year she has won several imporlaut
events, and has proved herself to be 11
Jtu7.mil' has now been brought back
to Honolulu, and will remain nere tho
balance of this year, and breeders, horse
owners and stock raisers should avail
themselves of tho opportunity to obtain
his services while they havo the chance.
TcrniN, -10. Payable at time of
The Imported Clydesdale Stallion
Donuhl Jliiiiiic, Jr., will stand at
the samu time and place nt 8,'tO for the
season. Ho was bred lu Canada, sired
by Imported Donald Dinuic, and out of
an Imported Clydesdale mare. He is a
beautiful dapple grey, 1(5 hands high,
and weighs 1,100 lbs.: Is very active,
and as lino a large horse as could be
found anywhere. '
Also, tho line large Imported Ken
tucky Jack Sampson. This is one
of the largest .lacks that wo could ilnil
in California, nud is. an animal of im
mense bone; Is n very sure breeder, and
should bo liberally patronized, as ho is
one of the very best animals of his
kind. TorniM, iWO for the season.
The public arc cordially invited to
call and inspect the above animals.
Marshileld, Sept. 15,1831. ' 818 tC
KNOW Alii, PERSONS THAT MR.
LU ONG has left my employ
ment on the Kith Inst.
Honolulu, Sept. 13, 18-31. 817 lm
J. fofl.OATJr. &Co.
Dealers In nil kinds of
The Latest Fnrulirn Papers alwavs on
hand at tho (luzctlc Work, Merchant
Street ly b
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JOHN A. I'AIIKK
Will attend to the collection of
bills, rents, &e. Keep accounts,
draw legal documents. Lease and
sell properly. Rent rooms, and
transact general business IIo will
also attend to orders and commis
sions of every sort from tho other
Islands. Patronage solicited.
No. GO Hotel Street, Honolulu.
Telephone, 208. P. O. Box, 397.
Wolfe 6c Edwards
Grocery and Feed Store,
Comer King and Nuuiuiu streets.
Fresh Groceries and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P.O. Box 130, Telephone 349.'
50 1 fim
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Banh Building, Fort St.
The general public are invited to give ns a call and inspect,
at our opening, our new and select stock of Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods; Ladies', Children's, and Infant's AVear,
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.
DILLINGHAM & Co,
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets.. Etc., Etc.
Fonco "Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a .specially.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c., &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To iunko room rot a I.arco Htoclc or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, Hevr York, and San Francisco.
All stook on hand during the next 30 days will be sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OP MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
nilllivm. T.OIIllimU I'1 Illf
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Aim a i, urge variety
I W. A. 11 1
Just Received ex S S Alameda,
lines, Fears, Plum;;. Peaches, Amies imil Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins and shell.
And ii I'u II line ol Frcnli Staple i'ocerlcK.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. I. O. Box 297. (762
0. I). FHKhTII.
V. C. PEACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
Uli Niiuniiu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Goneral Commission Morchants,
OKKEH FOU SALK
At the liOWCMt .llnrhot Itatt'K
a luri) and well selected stock of
tlic'.CholecRtond most Favorite
and orderfllled promptly.
Telephono '10. P. O. Uox 3C0.
Ssi. COHN Ac GO.'
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
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Illn-l.' Tiwnivilln.u nii,in...nn ,''X
ot fancy uoods.
tt -K7--i a. Tr t ''s
LYOIV &: Co.
KKNNEDV & CO.)
- 67 & 69 Hotel SI.
jii i .'laata
A Larp Assortment
At the lowest Prices
at A 5? n on inin X, Pn'o , 1?
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SEE AVO TAI & Co. fcomposed of IIo
Yce, IIo Pn Ynt, IIo On und 3Ilng
AV'a) having bought from Lo Sam Sing
tho Itico Plantation, with the house, cat
tlu and implement;, at AValmalu, Ewa,
Inland of Ouliu, which the said Lo Sam
Sing bought from the Sam Hop Com.
pany (composed of Lo Kau Fook and
Ah Chun), hereby give notice that all
claims against tlio cald Plantation to
date are to be settled by tho said Lo Sam
Sing. All persona aro warned against
cutting trees on the estate ut tho follow
ing Lands: Kttulu, AinaLoi; Kahalaa,
Aina Lolj Knumluml, Alna Lol; Paa-kea-lkl,
he PuuonoLoeoj and Kapoiu
wcla, Aina Kolu.
SEE AVO TAI & CO.
AValmalu, August 37th, 1881.
A SMALL unfurnished Cottage, fn ,.l
tho centro of town, suitablo for aJv '
young man. Adiliws "Cottage" Ilulle"
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