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FRIDAY, .SKIT. -.Mi, 1881.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All lltue from noon of id day. Sept. 'J.!
Sun Set" ft B2.
Sun Klaus 17 Ml.
Moon Sets 11 12.
HlguTldo (small) 0(H).
High Tlilo (large) 22 00.
VIM AMI ttl'.VrilF.II
Hccoiil liom noon (if jesterituy.
AtfloiiuVol. TlioiHintiiotur lialii.
I 4ii ' I nit I Mini aii I nil i M ntoitm
no.in :io.o7 1 no.iiti3 -,. ;. i) o.oi
Wlnit, XK light; Sky, fnlrj Sen mnuutli.
" telephonTd." "
Diamond Head. Sept. 25. 3.M
Light N. 1C. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
I'Oll HAN KllAKCISCO.
Alameda.... Leaves Honolulu. Oct. 1st
Mariposa Leacs Honolulu, Oct. in
FOIt AUCKLAND AMI HVIIMIY:
Slmr Zrnlandia Oct. -1
roil SAN l'UAKCISCO.
Stmr Cltv of Sydney Kept. 23
Sehr Walcliu from Waialua
Sehr Poholkl from Puna
Stmr .las Mtikcc for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
.Sehr llalcakala forPcpeckeo
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Alameda, Morse
Ship El Dorado, Humphries
llktno Eureka, Leo
Bark C Ulshop, Woltcrs
Hgtuu Consuelo, Cousins
For Kauai, per Jus Makeo, Sept 20
liaHcid,.rLKichuidsou. SHIPPING NOTES.
The El Dorado willllnlsli discharging
to-moirow and haul out into tho stream.
The sehr Clarion and the steam scow
were taking out coal to 11 I J M S Tsu
kuba. The Consuelo v 111 vail on or about Fri
Tho sehr Kaulkcaoull was detained
this day to take on board more ma
chinery for Kukalau. She will sail to
In this city, September 23th, at the
residence of A. Fernandez, by llcv. II.
II. Parker, William McGurn to Mary E.
Davis, both of Honolulu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
It does not take a small fortune to
hfivc picture frames and cornices
made if you go to King Bros. 827 3t
The Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society meets to-morrow evening at
the residence of Mr. C. M. Cooke,
No. 131 Berctania street.
Mn. G. W. Ashley will be the new
bookkeeper at the Grove ltanch
Plantation, Maui, in place of Mr. "V.
O. Atwatcr resigned.
Tun members of St Andrews
Guild did not turn out strong enough
to hold a meeting last evening, so it
was postponed for a month.
IlAiiur Auld has sent' in his resig
nation as one of the clerks in the
Interior Department. It will take
effect October 1st.
Mh. E. P. Adams will sell on
Tuesday next, at the residence of the
late D. McCartney, 81 Berctania
street, the entire household furniture.
Cabinet Photographs 4.00 per
Dozen, photograph Cards $1.00 per
Dozen at the New Gallery, King
street, near Alakea street. 823 lw
Cabinet Photos S3 per doz, cards
SI per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for
merly A. A. Montano's. 82C tf
Mn. Frank Damon brought with
him from Canton, China, a new
teacher for tho Chinese boys' school.
His name is To Ting Yu, and he
conies highly recommended.
. o .
II. C. Rcid, of the Honolulu Iron
Woiks, left by the steamer James
Makee this morning to make somo
alterations to tho vacuum pans and
machinery at the Waianao Plantation.
To-moiikow morning at 10 o'clock,
Lyons and Levey will sell at the
residence of Miss Corney, Hotel
street, the entire household furniture,
consisting of a rosewood parlor set,
piano-forte, etc., etc.
The French S. S. Bordeaux with
Portuguese immigrants is beginning
to bo overdue. She left Madeira,
July 21th, consequently is sixty-four
days out to-day. Tho S. 8. City of
Paris, the last vessel here, made tho
trip irfilfty-scvon days.
YnsTi:ni.Y at noon His Majesty
the King icceivcd in audience at the
Palace, Captain Aiidji and the
ollleers of II. I. J. M. S. Tsukuba.
His Majesty was attended by Major
Purvis, Viec-Clmmbctlainnnd Col. J.
His Honor Judge Biekurton ranic
pretty near getting a brand new pair
of No. white kid gloves this morn
ing, as there was only one case on
the calendar, that of a native, Kckai,
charged with drunkenness. The
defendant was requested to hand
over SO worth of Kalakaua silver for
Pixk's Sun has the following:
"A Honolulu exchange, Ka La o
Jlaivuli, says: 'He niipepa I pai ia
ma Honolulu i Kila a me Lcia Poa
kahi ;' and in another column con
tradicts the report as follows: lKcc
'lii waliinu Ka mca Kicie Poomaikc
anc Kapooloku no Hawaie.' Prob
ably Nupepa came around with a
Aiiout 10 o'clock last evening, as
a party of ladies and gentlemen were
walking into town on Berctania
street, two of the party 'were nearly
run over by an express which was
coming along without lights. A
little further on a buggy passed them
without lights. This is against the
law and ought to be put a stop to.
Yi:sti:i!hav afternoon the Honolulu
Iron Works shipped on board the
schooner Kauikcaouli a double effect
vacuum pan, 8x10 feet, for the Ku
kaiau Plantation, Hawaii. This
shipment completes an order for tho
machinery of that plantation, of a
daily capacity of fifteen to twenty
tons, which has all been successfully
turned out of these works. The
schooner sails to-day for Hamakua.
Sl'uaii is cheap all the world over,
on account of the immense European
beet root yield. The yield of beet
culture in 1883-81 is estimated as
follows: Germany, 040,000 tons;
Austria-Hungary, 455,000 tons;
France, 405,000 tons; Kussia, 310,
000 tons; Belgium, 105,000 tons,
and Holland, 40,000 tons making
a total of 2,315,000 tons as against
2,017,000 tons the year before. The
year 1884-5 will equal and perhaps
Last evening at the residence of
A. Fernandez, Jr., King street, Mr.
William McGuru was united in mar
riage to Miss Mary E. Davis, by the
Rev. II. II. Parker. After the cere
mony a short reception was held,
and then an adjournment was made
to the supper room, wheic an elegant
collation was laid out, to which all
did ample justice, the remainder of
the evening being spent in a jolly
manner. The presents were numerous
Mr. Cutlku is introducing, besides
the woik referred to yesterday, an
invaluable work of reference entitled,
"Tho People's Cyclopedia." It
contains 58,000 topics, nearly doublo
the number treated by any other
cyclopedia; 21 double-page colored
maps; 100 smaller maps and dia
grams, and over 5,000 engravings.
We hope to be in a position to give
it a fuller notice shortly, but iu the
meantime refer the public to Mr.
Cutler, whose headquarters arc at the
Y. M. C. A. rooms.
The band concert at tho Hawaiian
Hotel last evening was n great suc
cess. The verandahs of the Hotel
were crowded and the audience on
the grounds was very large. The
playing of tho Band was magnificent,
every number on the programme
being new. Such enjoyable- evenings
as tlicso ought to bo often repeated.
Tho managers of the Hotel ought to
be gratified at tho success of their
efforts to entertain our people.
This morning about two o'clock
fire was discovered in one of tho
upper bunks in the forecastle of the
schooner Kauikcaouli. It was first
found out by two or three of the
sailors on board, who tried to awaken
the crew of the schooner "Wailelo
close by, but failed. They then
went for tho Captain, who was sleep
ing on shore, and as soon as ho ar
lived, buckets of water were- thrown
on the fire, and after repeated efforts
it was finally put out without doing
much damage. The origin of tho
lire is not known.
Tnu Chicago lie raid Bays tiiat in
Missouri hugging societies have been
introduced to swell the church treas
uries, and a paper gives the follow
ing scalo of prices: Girls under
sixteen, 25 cents for each hug of
two minutes; from sixteen to
twentj'-flve years of ago, 50 cents;
ffom twenty to twenty-live, 75 cents ;
tchooliim'tuuH, 40 cents ; widows,
according to looks, from 10 cents to
S2 ; old maids, 3 cents apiece, or
two for a nickel, and not any limit
of time. Ministers arc not charged.
Editors pay in advertisements, but
arc not allowed to participate until
everybody else is through.
Ir any one had nny doubts about
Honolulu being a musical city,
they should have walked last evening
from the second biidgc in Nuuanu
Valley down to the Hotel. Leaving
the biidge first was Heard a party of
ten or more singing an anthem wilii
fine effect. A little further on one
of our citizens was playing a solo on
the mouth organ, while on the oppo
site side another was playing a
serenade on the flute. Next was
heard a party of natives with guitars
and a violin, and n few more steps
on, a lady was practising five- finger
exercises on a piano. Beaching tho
Chinese quarters, the sound of cat
gut was heard, and it was with a
feeling of relief that the Hotel was
reached, and the strains of our fine
band were heard. At intervals
sounds of a piano and string instru
ments readied us from the Y. M. C.
Mn. Mason's lecture last evening
in the Association Hall was attended
rather sparsely, but those piesent
were rewarded with an enjoyable
entertainment. Proceedings opened
with an instrumental trio Mr. J.
W. Yarndley on the violin, Mr.
Myron Jones on tho piano and Mr.
W. C. Morse on tho llutc whicli, iu
spite of the band competition across
the street, was heard with delight.
The lecture was well composed in
detail, but seemed to lack a little in
systematic arrangement. Its open
ing sentence, that stated the elements
of success to be the inherent quali
ties born iu the soul of man, formed
the keynote of the essay. Talent,
education and ambition were all es
sential, but without industry, application-,
perseverance, true bravery
and good principle life would be an
inevitable failure. The lecturer com
bated the notions that the mere ac
quisition of wealth was success, and
that what was denominated luck had
aught to do with anyone's pros
perity. There was an abundance of
eloquent passages and good hits
throughout the lecture, ahd the au
dience applauded it at the closp.
The entertainment closed with a
vocal duct by Miss Fillcbrowno,
who played the accompaniment, and
Mr. James McGuiie.
CATTLE & HOUSES.
AIIOUT 130 HEAD OF CATTLE,
ALL ngos and sizes, and including
.Milking Cows, Calves, Heifers and
Steers. Will sell in lots to suit Intend,
lug purchasers, but prefers to sell nil iu
one lot. Also several good horses. Ap.
ply to MRS. COSTA.
822 tf Knlihl Valley.
FURNITUUE FOB SALE and HOUSB
ON Alakea street, liclwicn
King and Hotel streets, a com
fortable house; contains eight
rooms, furnished suitably, Kent $20 a
month, Ave rooms now l en ting covering
the rental. Will sell furniture through
out for $1)73 cash.
Apply to J. K. WISEMAN,
821 lw General Business Agent.
TWO Oil THREE FURNISHED
ROOMS, (pilot neighborhood,
about 5 minutes walk from the Post.
Ofllee, also stabling. Apply at this
Olllce. 817 lm
Morohant & Nuuanu Streets.
JSvory Ijuxu i-y or t li5 Honwon
All kinds of Foreign Food,
Tea, Collce, Iced Drinks, etc.
FIhIi of nil kind Ac I'oi iiuuh'
Meals at all hours, served Iu good style.
O. W. Keaweamahi, Prop'tor.
to tiii: IAihi:h or iionomimi
DRESSMAKER, having rc-turned'
lms resumed business,
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Curled In
all the newest shades,
Coiner of King and ltichn.nl Streets.
IWW Tip uw
WENNER & CO.
t I'OItT NTItr.KT,
Have on bund New Foielgn and Homo
Watches, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
And (Jruiuienu of all kinds.
Silver and Gold Pluto.
Elogant Solid Silver Tea Seta
Suitable for Presentation.
IliiRrmlnic nnil Xntlve .lowolry
Repairing In all its branches.
Z3T Solo Agents (or King's Eyo Prosorvors.
70 notel Street.
0. J- MCCARTHY Prop'tor.
Best Manila, Havana and American
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity Fair. Little Beauties, Gold
liar, Three Kings and the Pet
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco,
Cut Foil and Plug.
The Billiard Tables or this establish
ment hae been re-covered nnd
leveled, which makes them
the best In town.
Ginger Alo and Soda Water on Ice.
tST Call and tec inc. "8
" 15 AJJJEt.
By Jack Malonc, he by Lexington.
1st dam, Ivy Lcnf, bv imported Austra
lian ; 2nd dam, Bay Flower, by Lexing
ton; :)rl dam, Bay Leaf, by Imported
Yorkshire; 4th dnin, Imported -Mai In
Black, by I'hilo da Put ill, etc., etc.
Jtauni- was bred at the great Wood
burn Farm, near Lexington, Ivy., by the
Into It. A. Alexander, and was sold to
W. L. l'rllchard, of Saeiamento, C.il.,
for $5,001. He stands 15. ( hands,
weighs 1, 001 lbs., and is a bright chest
nut color. Duriug hU racing career he
downed many a favorite, and won many
a hatful of money for his owners, anil
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 are winners, among which nie
Lizzie Dunbar. Young Bazaar, Sophia,
and another called tho Bazaar Minerva
Colt, he being out of Minerva by Im
ported Leamington, the sire of Parole
aiul Iroquois. Llzlo Dunbar greatly
distinguished herself last year In her
two.year.old form by defeating one of
the largest fields of two-ycar-olds that
ever started in California, among whicli
were tho two beautiful fillies brought
hero last Spring by Mr. Agncw, distanco
mile; time, 1.0 the fastest tlmo on
record for two-year-olds at the distance.
This year sho has won several Important
events, and has proved herself to be a
crack three-year old.
Jtimmr has now been brought back
to Honolulu, and will remnin hero tho
balance of this year, and breeders, horse
owners and stock raisers should avail
themselves of the opportunity to obtain
ms services wniic nicy nave ino ciiancc.
Tcrniw, 40. Payable at time of
The Imported Clydesdale Stallion
Donald Oiniiie, Jr., will stand at
the same tlmo and place at 8I() for tho
season. He was bred iu Canada, sired
by Imported Donald Dinnio, nnd out of
an imported Clydesdale marc. Ho is a
beautiful dannlo crey. 10 hands hich.
and weighs 1,100 lbs.: is very active,
and as lino a large hor-ic as could bu
Also, the line large Imported Ken
tucky Jack SmnpHoii. This is one
of the largest Jacks thatwc could llnd
iu California, nnd Is an animal of Im
mense bone; Is n very sure breeder, and
should be liberally patronized, as ho is
ono of the very best animals of his
kind. Terms, $30 for the season.
The public arc cordially invited to
call and inspect the abovo animals.
Mnrahllelil, Sept. 15, 188 1. 818 tf
KNOW ALL PERSONS THAT MH.
1,U ONG has left my employ
ment on the l'Jth Inst.
Honolulu, Sept. 13, 1881. 817 lm
A CARD TO BUSINESS MEN.
JOHN A. rALMUK
Will attend to the collection of
bills, rents, &c. Kiep accounts,
draw legal documents. Lease and
sell property. Rent rooms, and
transact general business. Ho will
uUo attend to orders nnd commis
sions of every sort from the other
Islands. I'ationago solicited.
No. 00 Hotel Street, Honolulu.
Telephone, 238. P. (). Bov, !)07.
No. OS Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and "Walking Sticks,
Made of cyery kind of
Brackets, Cornices, Curtain Polos, Ac.'
liimlo ot tho latest designs.
Stallions at Marslill !
Grand and Successful Opening
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St.
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, Valises, House Furnishing Goods, and an Klegant '
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' .Shoes.
K5 OOX-ITV Sc CO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els., Etc., Etc.
Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil u specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To in alt p room for a l-ni-ic Stock of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and San Francisco.
All stock on hand during the rtoxt 30 days will bo sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALT. KINDS OP MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Large Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lin XJYdAJS Sc Co.
Just Itcrcived ex S S Alameda,
Grams, Pears, Pins. Paacles, Apples aid Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins and shell.
And ii full line of Frcnli Stnnlc (xi-occricN.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Hox 297. (7C2
U. U. YllEhTII.
W. C. VKACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
23 Kminnu .Street.
HONOLULU, 11. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OFFER FOK SALE
At the l.owt'Ht Market ItiUi-H
a larjjc and well selected slock of
tli('Cliolcrstniil most Faorlli-
&c, S.c, Ac,
All Goods Guaranteed,
nud oiders tilled promptly.
Telephone 40. I O. Box 3C0.
, . fi
Etc.. Etc.. Elc.
KKKNEDY & CO.)
67 & 69 Hotel a
A Large Assortment
While & Colored Matting
- Foil bim:
At the Lowest Prices .
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's
SEK WO TAI & Co. fcomposcd of Ho
Yce. Ho Pa Yat, Ho On and Ming
Wa) having bought from Lo Sam Sintr
tho Itico Plantation, with the home, cat
tlo nnd implements, at W.-ilmalu, Ewa
Island of Oalin, which tho said Lo Sam
auig uougni irom mo bam nop torn
imuv fcomnoscil of To ICiiii Print n...i
jiu uiiiiii;, iicruiiy givo nonce uiat all
claims against tho fald Plantation to
dato arc to ho settled by tho said Lo Sam
Sing. All persons are warned against
cutting trees on the estate at the follow
ing Lands: Kaulu, Alna Loi ; Kahnlaa,
Alna Lot; Kaiinilunil, Aina Loi; Pna-kea-iki,
ho Piiuono Loco; onU Knpou.
wcla, Alna Kolu.
SEE WO TAI Jc CO.
Walmalu, August 27th, 168-1.
Hall Frotji-nnimoH !
NEW DESIGNS, just received from
San Frauclsgo. at Tiik Dahy 1ui,
jim.:siki .JdA: .;? r Stimmrfl .ftMrt