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TUESDAY, SKIT. :I0, 1881.
SUN, MOON AtJD SEA.
All time front uoon of to-day. Scpt.IW
Sun Sets 5 48.
Sun KUtis 1" 01.
Aloon Set U 30.
Hlch Tiilo (large) 0 00.
High Tide (mmll) li HO.
WIND AMI WliATIIEK
Uoi-oid lioni tiaiiii nt o?tcr(Ju!
Hnromctcr Thonnaniotor Itnln.
jt boil J.oel.
I in I mi I '-'-'M il sh I nil I isti iito ifh
I !KMtt I MM MO I IX). Gl. II 0.1)0
Wind, N.K., lljfht; .Sky, Una; Sou, smooth,
Dliunoitil Head, Sept. 110, 3 p. Si
Light S. W. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
1011 BAN 1'llANCISCO.
Aluutctlii. . . .Luavud Honolulu. Oct. 1st
Mariposa Leaves Honolulu, Oct. 15
KOIl AUCKI.IKI) AND SYDNWV:
Stmr cnlaudia Oct. A
I'Ott HN I'JIANCISCO.
Stinr Australia Oct. 20
Sehr Wnliunlu fiom IColoa
Stmr Mokolll from Wlndwaid Ports
Stinr Planter from AVindward Poits
Sehr Luku from Kohnki
Stmr Kinan forWindwnrd Ports
Stinr KUauca lion for Wlndwaid Ports
Stmr Iwalanl for Kauai
Stmr O K Bishop for llamakiiii
Schr Nettle Merrill for Lahalna
Sehr Kob Hoy for ICoolau
Sehr Kalnbow for Koolan
Sehr Mailon for Ilanamanlu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Alameda for San Francisco
Stmr Mokolll for Windward Ports
Sehr Walnialu for Koloii
VESSELS III PORT.
HI JMTsukuba, Arldjl
S S Alameda, Morse
Ship El Dorado. Humphries
Dktue Km oka, Leo
Bark O It Bishop, Woltcrs
Bgtne Consnelo, Cousins
The following passengers ate icgistcr
ed for San Francisco by the S. S. Ala
meda: Dan Lyons, .1 It Morrill, Mis
Dr G L Fitch. W II Bailey and wife,
Mrs K S Scrlingeour and 2 children, C
Arorratli and wile, Miss K'Grey, M II
MeCliesney, M.rs 11 Loso and child, Mrs
A O Popphihcrg, .1 A Galllnger, J D
Tucker, J2 Melnerney, E V Haskell and
Miss II M Haskell.
The bk El Dorado Is in the stream.
Selir Liika brought 1230 bags of sugar
The hull of the Tsukuha lias been re
painted and picscnts quite a striking
Sehr 'Walnialu brought 500 bags of
paddy, 150 bags of rice, 50 bags of pla
and 5 bbls of beef.
The bk O It Bishop will probably
ilulsli discharging this week. She will
load for San 1- raneisco.
Stmr Mokolll brought 102 sheep, 118
sheep skins, 3'J giecn bides, 20 bags of
s ect potatoes and 3 bbls of taro.
Bill Williams's schooner was put on
rollers this morning and moved to tho
Llkellko whaif, where she will bo
launched to-morrow at high water.
She was built by ltyan & Co, and Is -15
feet long, 1 1 feet beam, a feet depth
of hold and about 23 tons register. Bill
has not decided what name to give her.
At Honolulu, Sent. 29th, 1884, Lillian
Lee, second daughter of John A. and
Prlseilla E. Hat-stager, aged 1!) years
and 7 days.
God hath taken.
tSr The funeral will take place from
the family residence on Wednesday,
Oct. 1st, at 4 o'clock r. M. Filcnds and
acquaintances of the family aro Invited
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
On. paintings by foreign and local
artists, at King IJros. 830 3t
Remumdku, that the mail by llio
Alameda closes at 10 o'clock to
Thk Jotcrtjj'rt Monthly for Octo
ber is promptly to hand. Wo shall
notice it to-inorrow.
Tun Honolulu Rifles meet this
evening. Tlioy will try and elect a
Tin: stars and stripes hanging
over Joe Wiseman's olllce look as if
they had been in a hurricane.
Tim ladies of St Andrews Sewing
Society will meet at the school-room
to-morrow afternoon at ') o'clock.
A laiigj: dog on King street, yes
terday, was so covered with ticks
that tho poor brute could scarcely
Caiiini.t Photo3 83 per doz, cards
.1 per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for
merly A. A. Montano's. 82C tf
Ik Philadelphia, the telegraph,
telephone, and electric companies
have been notified that all poles must
bo 'removed before the 1st of January.
' Mis Kate lilsliop, a well-known
London actress, will be a passenger
by the Zoalandin, en route for Mel
bourne. Mil. K. I Adams sells at 10
o'clock to-morrow morning, the en
tire household furniture at No. 81
The New South Wales Govern
ment gave notice, September 8th, of
its withdrawal from the San Fran
cisco mail service.
Wi: learn that the fancy store of
Mr. Michicls at Ililo, Hawaii, has
been lobbed. The owner lias gone
there to investigate the matter.
Tin: Hawaiian Carriage Manufac
turing Co., Queen street, and Messrs.
Whitman & Wright, King street,
consolidate to-morrow, October 1st.
Mit. Henry 1 Poor has been ap
pointed Second Deputy Clerk of the
Supremo Court in place of Tlios. K.
Nathaniel, resigned on account of
Mn. John A. Palmer, whose
olllcn is in Campbell's Block up
stairs, Room No. 7, is prepared to
distribute and collect quarterly bills
at modcrato terms.
Rev. George Wallace will resume,
to-morrow evening at St. Andrews
Cathedral, his short lectures. Tho
subject being "Nature and work of
Angels in tho spiritual world."
IIkiui Von Janizcn, an'Austiian,
will shortly visit the Australian and
Pacific Islands, to report upon the
facilities and desirability of opening
up trade with those places.
Mn. W. O. Atwatcr, late book
keeper at Grove Ranch Plantation,
has been appointed to succeed J. S.
Smithies, in the Interior Depait
nient. He commenced his duties
Two lepers arrived at the leper
receiving station yesterday, one
from Ililo, tho other from Kauai.
Dr. Parker examined them and they
wcro sent to the Branch Hospital at
Fouu drunks in the Police Couit
tliis morning, were fined 5 and
costs. Kaai, for disturbing quiet of
night, was lined SG and costs.
August Fernandez, for assault and
battery on Ah Lam, was remanded
until next Monday.
Tin: natives living in the large
house at the mauka corner of Alakca
and King streets, are in the habit of
throwing their slops from the upper
story on to the sidewalk. Yesterday,
a native, walking quietly along, re
ceived a bucketful. Such a practice
ought to be condemned.
A jfATivi:, Nailili, was charged in
Court this morning with breaking a
fence at the whirligig, the property
of Capt. Clunic. It appears tho
prisoner was drunk and did not
know what ho was doing. His Honor
fined him $8 and costs. Capt.
Clunic is certainly to be commended
for his prompt action in bringing to
justice offenders at the whirligig.
Br the Alameda, M. Mclnerny lias
ngain received 150 sets of those fine
harness, which he has been selling
for the past year, and which have
been pronounced fine goods, at very
low prices. They can be found in
both singlo and double, Light Buggy,
Express and .Truck harness. Every
one needing buch ought to sec them.
. m .
Tin: trial between the two crews
of the Honolulu Boat Club did not
come off yesterday. Mr. Dole's
crew rowed over the course in 22
minutes 30 second. Mr. Wilson's
crew used new oars, consequently
wcro not at home with them, so did
not row over the course. This
morning, though, with an old set of
oars they went over the course, their
time being slightly less than tho
other crew's. However, the final trial
will take place to-morrow morning.
YnsTKiiDAY afternoon about 3
o'clock Freddie, eldest son of Mr. J.
T. Watcrhousc, Jr. , was riding home
from Punahon school, when ho was
run into by an express wagon, driven
by a very careless driver, and thrown
to the ground, the hoof of his horse
striking him on the side of tho head
as he fell. lie was picked up unci
taken home, and we aro glad to
say that this morning lie is little
tho worse for his fall. The driver
I of the express wagon never stopped
to render any assistance, and it is to
bo hoped his nirmo will bo found out.
To-Moiiuow is the last day that
subscribers to the Hawaiian Bell
Telephone Co. can have their
names on tho new official card to bo
issued at the end of the week.
Tin: Long Branch bath-house at
Waikiki was entered by burglars
rally Sunday moruing, and the
keeper's trunk burst open, and about
800 and other things absti acted.
Ai'Ti:u Tuesday, October 7th, tho ,
road between Kaalca and Waikanc, j
on this Island, will be closed to car
nage traffic during the repairing of'
the bridge over the Waialiolc stream.
Mit. George Markham has been
appointed Port Surveyor, in place of
Mr. J. R. Morrill, who leaves by the
Alameda to-morrow for a trip to tho
States for his health. The appoint
ment is considered an excellent one.
Mr.ssns. Wolfe and Edwards re
ceived yesterday, by the City of
Sydncj', New Zealand butter and
potatoes in fine condition. Call on
them early at the corner of Nuiianu
and King streets.
MixiSTT.it of the Interior Gullck
calls for scaled tenders for altering
and enlarging tho residence of Attorney-General
Neumann, on King
street. Plans, etc., arc now ready
at his office, and tenders must be in
at 12 o'clock noon, of Friday.
At Ilonokaa last Wednesday two
Chinese were arrested and tried (for
fast riding on the Government road)
and acquitted, the Judge remarking
that the only evidence against them
was three police officers. That Judge
evidently understands Hie nature of
a native policeman.
In his sermon on Japan on Sunday
last, Dr. Damon said that Christ
ianity had been placed on an equal
footing with Shinduism and Bud
dhism in that Empire, and not, as
our condensed repot t might imply,
that Christianity was adopted as the
A South Australian paper says :
"There arc 18,000 Portuguese in
Hawaii now working chiefly on the
sugar plantations. They aro Hocking
over in troops from Madeira, where
the vine disease lias ruined the chief
industry. Why docs not the S. A.
Government offer to locate them in
the N. T.?"
Wi: regret to announce that Miss
Lillian Hassinger, second daughter of
Mr. John A. Hassinger, Chief Clcik
of the Interior Department, died
yesterday afternoon. The deceased
young lady had been ill for a long
time and a great sufferer. The
bereaved family have the entire sym
pathy of this community.
i H i
Caitais Morse, Engineer Little
and Purser Sutton returned yester
day from their turkey hunting expe
dition. They frightened a few, but
could not hit them. The Captain
aimed at one big fellow, but unfor
tunately hit a mountain instead.
They brought something home with
them, which turned out to be some
half-starved chickens they purchased
of a Chinamen coining homo.
One of our ladv organists had a
curious experience on Sunday. A
panel on one side of the organ has
to be removed and the hand placed
in to find tho koj This was done,
but she was horrified to find that tho
usual place occupied by the key
contained three very small kittens.
They were promptly removed to the
outside of the building and soon
after joined by the mother.
Mn. J. R. Morrill, late Poit Sur
veyor, leaves by the Alameda to
morrow for a trip to the Stales. Ho
will visit his homo and other parts,
nud we hopo he will have a very
pleasant trip and return to us fully
restored to health. As Deputy Dis
trict Grand Site, of 1. O. O. 1, for
this district, he has been given letters
from Harmony & Excelsior Lodges,
to enable him to visit Eastern and I
other lodges. Mr. R. W. Lainc, P. '
G., will act during bis absence.
1 . (
Poor, has an easy way of deciding
on political rumors. Whenever ho J
hears of a' now scandal on one side
or the other, he just Hips up a cent.
ft tho penny comes head, the story
is true ; tails, it is a lie. This, says
Fogg, saves me a great deal of dull
reading, and relieves my mind of all
anxiety. And it is wonderful, ho
adds, how often I hit it right, if the
opinions of half the people I meet
aro any indication. Ex. Fogg's
example is commended to Honolulu-mis.
WENNER & CO.
AS 1'OKT HTltr.r.T,
Have on hand Now Foreign and llumu
Mule .lew dry.
Watches, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lookels, Clocks,
And OruAtnetrU of all I: bids.
Silver and Gold Plate.
Elogant Solid Silver Tea Sots
Suitable for Presentation.
KiiKi-avLns: and Xatlvu .tawdry
llcpalrlng In nil Its hunches,
EST" Solo Agonlsfor Kino's Eyo Protcrvors.
70 Hotel Street.
MeO ABTHY Prop'tor.
Best Manila, Havana and American
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity Fair, Little Ucautle, Gold
IJnr, Thrco ICIng-i and the Pel
i Chewing and Smoking Tobacco,
Cut Foil and Plug.
The Billiard Tabic of this establish-
meat lme been re-covered and
leveled, which mikes them
the best In town.
Ginger Alo and Soda Water on loo.
E2T" Call and sec me. "XBa
By .lack Malonc. ho bv Loxlniiton
1st dam, Ivy Leaf, bv Imported Austra
, II in; -'nil ilnni, Il-iy Plotter, by Lexing
ton; 3rd dam, ll.ij- Leif, by 'Imported
Voi Ichiro: -1th thin, Imparled Miirlu
black, by Plillo tin Put ili, etc., elf.
liivs.nnr was brt'tlnt the gieal Wood
, burn Kami, nur.r Lexington, Ky., by the
I late H. A. Alex unler, and Ws sold to
. L. Prlteliaid, of Sacramento, C.il.,
for $.-1,001'. He ttauds lfiif hand,
weighs 1,005 Urn., and in a bright chest
nut color. Daring his racing carter he
downed many a favorite, and won many
a hatful of money for his owners, and
pioved himself one of the greatest of
iioiscs over a distance, most of his rnees
being at two and four miles. He haa
alicady sired several colts In California
that are winners, among which aro
Liz.le Dunbar, Young Bazaar, Sophia,
and another called the Bazaar Minerva
Colt, he being out of Minerva by Im
poited Leamington, the sire of Parole
and Iroquoii. Lbzlo Dunbar greatly
distinguished herself Inst year In her
two-year-old form by defeating one of
the largest fields ot two-ycar-olds that
ever started In California, among which
were the two beautiful fillies brought
hero last Spring by Mr. Agnow, distance
Jii mile; time, 1.0 tho fastest time on
record for two-year-olds nt the distance.
This year she has won several important
events, ami has proved herself to be a
crack three-year old.
Itn.nnr has now been brought back
to Honolulu, and will remain here tho
balance of tills year, and breeders, horso
owners and stock raisers should avail
themselves of tho opportunity to obtain
his services while they have the chance.
TcriJiN, 8-10. Payable at lime of
The Imported Clydesdale Stallion
Donald Iiimie, Jr., will stand at
the same time and place at 8110 for tho
season. Ho was bred in Canada, slrctl
by Imported Donald Dlnnie, and out of
an imported Clydesdale marc. Ho is a
beautiful dapple grey, 10 hands high,
and weighs 1,400 lbs.: is very active,
autt as fine a lnrge horse as could be
Also, the line large Imported Ken
tucky Jack Sampson. This is one
of tlie largest Jacks that we could find
in California, and Is an animal of im
mense; bone; is a very sure breeder, and
should bo liberally palronl7.cd, as ho Is
one of the very best animals of his
kind. TurniN, $30 for the season.
The public are cordially invited to
cull and inspect tho above animals.
Mirshlleld, Sept. 15, 183 1. 818 U
KNOW ALL PK11SONS THAT MR.
LU ONG has left my employ
ment on the lllth Inst.
Honolulu, Sept. 13, 1831. 817 lm
O sx l i ii g t, in. aker
No. 03 Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canca and Walking Stioko,
Made of every kind of
Brackets, Cornices, Curtnin Poles, Ac
miulu ot the latest designs.
lliiiiliiui'iiiil (Uimcli fiiitiiii:;
Merchant & Nuuanu Stroots.
Tivory Xiuxuryol'lliij Houhou
All klndx of Forcl(jn Food,
Tea, Collco, Iced Drinks, etc.
Fish of aYf khulhT&Ti'oi matle
Meals at all hours, cerved in good style.
O. W. Keaweamahl, Prop'tor.
Stallions ill Miirslilil
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Bank JJuildinq, Fori S(&
Tho goneral public aro invited
at our opening, our new and select stock of Dry Goods, ri
Fancy Goods; Ladies', Children's, and Infant's Wear,
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 InfauU' Shoot.
as. OOI-ITV Sc oo.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural implements,
Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a .specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &., &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To malm room for n I.-.u-c Stock of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From Loudon, New York, and San Francisco.
All stook on hand during the next 30 days will bo sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC 0001)3.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,'
And a Lnigc Variety of Fancy Goods.
Just Heccivcil ex S S Alumcriii,
Graies, Pears, Plus. Peacies, Aples nil Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins and shell.
And a fall lino of VivnIi Staple i'ocirios.
Ihlaud Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. llox 237.
O. U. FltKr.TH.
W. C. I'KACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
2'.i A'uuaiiu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gonoral Commission Merchants,
OFFER FOK SALE
At tlie Lowest Market Hates
it Inrae and well selected Btork of
tholClioictHnnd most Favorlle
Ac., &e., &c.,
All Goods Guaranteed,
end orders tilled promptly.
P. O, Hor SCO-
to give us a call and inspeot,
f ' ?
Etc.. rtc. Etc.
. . t. .f!t-tyrtjr
XSTO-A-IN" Sc Oo.
KKNNI'.nV 4. CO.)
67 & 69 Hotel
A Lane Assortment
- KOI l PALE
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Go's
SEi: WO TAl & Co. ("composed of Ho
Yee. Ho Pft Ynt, Ho On tAd Jllni;
Wa) liavlnp; bonltt from Lo S.im Shiir
tho Klco Plantation, with the limue. cat
tie and Imjihmcnt?, nt Walniulu, Ewa,
Island of Oaliu, which the .-aid Lo Ham
Sing hought from the Sam Hop Com.
puny (composed of Lo Kmi Fook and
Ah Chun), horohy give notice that all
claims against iho tnld Plantation to
date nro to he settled hy the said Lo Sam
Sin;:. All persons nru warned against
cutting trees on the estate at the follow
ing Lands: Kaiiln, AhmLolj Knlialaa,
Aina Lol; Knninlumi, Ainu Lolj Paa-kea-ikl,
ho Piiuono Loco; and Kapou.
wela, Ainn Kolu.
SEE WO TAl & CO.
Walinaln, August 27th, 1884.
Hull Programmes !
NEy DESIGNS, Just received from
Han Francisco, nt The Daily IJol.
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