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WEDNKSDAY, OCT. I, 188-1.
3UH, MOOH AMD SEA.
All (line from noon of to-dny, Out. 1
Sun Set- 5 -I".
Stm Rises 17 S3.
Moon Set 16 3L
HigUTldo (largo), 1 00.
High Tldo (small) 13 0.
WIND JLNU WP.ATIIEU
ttscoid from noon ot jcilcnliiy
iSffill, Tliennoinetci llnln.
I 4h I un I mm i Hi I oh isu nto ish
I ao.oo I suo; I :.(( m-i I too k o i o.oo
Wind, S.V.., light ; Sky, lino J Sen, moderate.
Diamond Head, Oct. 1,
H. W. wind.
3 p. M
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
KOIt SA.V KltANCISCO.
Leaves Honolulu, Oct. 1"
. ..Leavci Honolulu. Nov. ls
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
FUU AUCKLAND AND 8YD.NT.Y:
Stmr Zcalnndla Oct. 4
i'on sax niANcisco.
StmrAustinlla Oct. 'JO
Stmr Jas Makeo from Kauai
S S Alameda for San Francisco
Stmr Mokolll for Windward Ports
Schr Waiinalu for Koloa
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Luka for Kohala
VESSELS IN PORT.
HUM Tsukuba. Arldjl
Ship El Dorado, Humphries
llktuc Eureka, Leo
Bark C R Bishop, Wolters
Bgtne Consuelo, Cousins
For AVindwnrd Ports, per Klnau, Sept
30 A D llauncbcrg, S G "Wilder, If It
Hitchcock, 31 Hyinan, J 1$ Haloy, J R
Kennerslcy, A Young. ,T Richardson, A
Gllllllan, P A Dins, AV II Holt, JIlss C
Stuart and G It "Wood.
From AVlndward Ports, per Planter,
Sept 30 F Haysolden, L A Andrews, S
tiavldgo and son, C F Baldwin, Gcoigo
Snyder, JIrs P Leo, it Rose, Miss Kain
mao, Miss Bush, Isaac F Sherwood, E
Smith, J W Girvln, S Sachs and about
For Kauai, per Iwalanl, Sept 30 Mr
and Mrs Kmidscii and two servants,
Misses Ida and Maud Knudsen, 3 Mast
ers Knudsen, J D Martin, I) Trask, wife
and 2 children, G X Rutherford, II P
Fayc, P Nesn, Mrs E A McIJrydc, Miss
Mary McBrydo and Walter McBrydc.
For San Francisco, per S S Alameda,
Oct 1 David Xeslleld, J It Morrill, Mrs
Dr GL Flteh, W II Bailey and wife.
Mrs It S Scrlingeour and 2 children, O
Vorrath and wife, Miss K Grey, M II
McChcsncy, Mrs 11 Lose and child, Mrs
A O Popplnberg, J A Gallinger, J D
Tucker, E Mclnernoy, E W Haskell
Mis II M Haskell, L A Andrews, .1 V
Girvln, 11 F Singer, .T Holt, F W Brown,
Mrs Engilarge, T W Makeo II Clarke,
MissL Mollltt, Mr Widdeilcld, M Ennos,
X Lane, D Driscoll, Miss B Garsteln, C
Berry, A Wilson, wlfo and 2 children,
J A Swartz, T P Ilyan, O II Brown, J
II Harding, Mr Gartenberg, G Taylor,
L Toibert, S Ackerman, F Potter, W
Hirst, L D Merry and G Appleton.
The El Dorado Is being repainted.
The Consuelo received a quantity of
sugar from the Planter this morning.
Stmr Planter brought 3010 bags of
sugar, 30 bdles of awn, 20 cattle, 2
calves, 11 pkgs of coin (82,000).
The S S Alameda took 14755 bags of
sugar, 3578 bags of rice, 1757 bunches
of bananas., .154. halo of dry hides, 51
green hides, 10 bales of goat skins and
1 sack of coin (SS, 135.78). Total dom.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Quaiiti;uly bills arc now
Tun rate of exchange for the out
going steamer was 8A.
Two cottages arc to let at Lcleo
near tho soap works. See adv.
Oil paintings by foreign and local
artists, at King Bros. 830 .It
The Post-Ofllco despatched by the
S.S. Alameda, 2,C01 letters and 723
Wells Faiigo & Co., shipped by
the Alameda one sack of coin valued
Mn. J. II. Soi'uit, tho new Marshal
of the Kingdom, entered upon his
duties this morning.
Tin: Boyal Hawaiian Band will
givo a moonlight concert at Emma
Square to-morrow evening.
Haviko being denied the privilege
of puting forth greenbacks, the new
bank has put on a green front.
II. K. II. Princess Likelike will
hold her regular weekly reception to
A youko lady wishlcs a situation
as seamstress. Call at 59 Merchant
street corner Alakea. 831 3t
Cauiskt Photos S3 per doz, cards
lper doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of Kiiignnd Foil streets, for
merly A. A. Montano's. 820 tf
Ont. of the drivers of the Wood
Inwn Dairy Co., ran Ills wagon against
n trco this morning and broke u shaft.
II. li. H. Princess Liliiioknlani
will hold iicr usual monthly lcccplion
to-morrow afternoon from Jl to G
Quite an addition has icceiitly
been built on to the residence of Mr.
J. T. Wnterhoitse, Jr., Ntiuniiti
Tin: Captain and ofllcers of II. I.
J. M's. S. Tsukuba, will give a grand
ball on bonrd to-morrow afternoon
at 3 o'clock.
Tin: "orchestra" at the Chinese
Theatre could be heard quite dis
tinctly last evening at the corner of
Nuuanti and Judd streets.
Tin: largest shippers of sugar by
the Alameda were T. II. Davics &
Co., 4,572 bags; Irwin & Co., 4,012
bags; Castle .": Cooke, 2,904.
Tin: tax appeal board of the dis
trict of Honolulu will commence sit
ting at the Police Court next Tues
day morning at 10 o'clock.
Madam Cora, the magician, will
give one of her entertainments in
the art of legerdemain at the Music
Hall next Saturday evening.
Ltoxs and Levey will hold their
regular cash sale to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock. A large quantity of
books will be included in the sale.
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Band did
not play at the whnrf at the depart
ure of the Alameda, out of respect
to the memory of the late Mr. Henry
- -- m
Sistku Mary Clare, one of the
Davenport Sisters, is lying danger
ously ill at St. Andrews Priory. Her
advanced age leaves very little hope
for her recovery.
Mit. E. P. Adams, our well-known
auctioneer, is now a pupil at the Pu
liation school ; at least he was going
out in the school 'bus this morning
witii the other scholars.
Mit. D. D. Baldwin, Inspector
General of Schools, will leave on
Friday by the steamer James Makec,
to inspect all the Government
Schools on the Island of Kauai.
Cait. Cameron of the Iwalanl In
forms us that Mr. August Drcir, of
Koloa, Kauai, was seriously hurt by
a bullock last weok. Further parti
culars may come to hand on Sunday.
Edwaud Styles, one of the best
pupils ever turned out of Iolani
College, has been appointed a Clerk
in tho Foreign Ofllce, in place of F.
J. Testa, who is to bo placed in
some other position.
Mit. II. F. Glade and family, and
Mr. C. BoSse, left on the Nettie
Merrill yesterday afternoon for La
haina. Tho latter gentleman will
remain there and take charge of tho
books at the plantation.
Tiiu latest euro for crankism and
insult was brought to light on Mon
day morning last. It was adminis
tered in the Now York stylo to a
clerk in one of our
While a gentleman of the musket
and a typo were taking a stroll last
evening down Fort street, they en
countered what proved to be a run
away, and stopped the horse before
ho had done nny damage.
Tiiu Honolulu Kiflcs did not drill
last evening, but held a meeting.
Mr. Hugh Gunu was elected 2nd
Lieutenant vice G. F. McLcod pro
moted. Six ballots had to bo cast
beforo the election was made.
By the Alameda, M. Mclnerny has
again received 150 sets of those fine
harness, which he has been selling
for the past year, and which have
been pronounced fine goods, nt very
low prices. Thoy can bo found In
both single and double, Light Buggy,
Express and Truck lmrness. Every
ono needing such ought to sco them.
Mn. Cutlku is meeting with con
siderable success in introducing tho
books, "Tho Liquor Problem of all
Ages," and, "Tho Peoplo's Cyclo
pedia." Several of the leading tcm
porauce workers, educationists and
professional men of tho community
have volunteered hearty testimony,
both verbal and written, to tho value
of the works.
Tun OuUU, In poking fun nt the
host spelling of n sign-painter,1
lota ilelf In the ntteinnt to spell
coiiundrum. Get a dictionary, man,
and if you go by it you may know
enough to paint signs yourself after
Is the Police Court this morning,
two native boys were charged with
truancy. One was reprimanded and
discharged, tho other being rctnnnded
until to-morrow. Fook Yn, charged
with having opium in his possession,
was remanded for sentence until to
morrow. Tin: two crews of the Honolulu
Boat Club rowed over the course
this morning. The time of C. B.
"Wilson's crew was 22.1CJJ. S. B.
Dole's crow unfoitunatcly broke a
rowlock after they had gone some
distance, and they were obliged to
Yksteiiday afternoon, at the resi
dence of His Honor tho Chief Jus
tice, Nuuanu Valley, an elegant
hum was given to celebrate the flf
tceth anniversary of the birth of
Miss Irene li. A large number of
invited guests were present, and the
affair was most enjoyable in every
Mr. Gerko, while digging post
holes on his plantation nt Moanalua,
the other day, found, nt n depth of
about five feet, a cannon ball weigh
ing thirty pounds. Why, how and
when the war missile came thcro is a
mystery that perhap3 only the Board
of Genealogy can solve. It will be J
on exhibition at the Bijm.ktin- office
within a day or two.
Mit. F. II. Ilnysclden, who re
turned from Lahalna yesterday, has
taken charge this morning of the
books of the Board of Health, of
which he has been appointed Acting
Secretary for the next three months.
Dr. Q. AY. Parker will still bo con
nected with the Board in a profes
It appears that, somo time ago,
four or five young men addicted to
drink signed the pledge before
kept their promises
tion of one, who is
They have all
with the excep-
now serving out
reef for drunken-
a sentence on the
r.css. His Honor docs not have
much faith in this one, but he is
pleased witli the others who are do
Ouu correspondent at Pahala writes
that the mill has been put in good
repairs and grinding lias already
commenced. The j-car's grinding
will amount to about 3,500 tons
A new Catholic Church is about
completed, and is a very neat struc
ture. Service was hold in it for tho
first time last Sunday. Cano is look
ing well and promises a good yield.
Heavy showers of rain fell there on
Somi: people are always grumbling
about the inattentiveness and snap
pishness of some of the telephone
operators. There may be some
times cause for complaintv but tho
position is a trying one. An in
stance was brought to our notice the
other day, where a lady asked the
boy at the central office what
o'clock it was twenty-six times. Isn't
that enough to try anyone's pa
tience? We know a number of
other similar instances. Bo a little
lenient with the boys.
Tho King of Belgium has coincided
with tho clerical party in signing the
educational bills. Liberal journals
find it necessary to counsel calmness
to their party.
Turkey has given evidence that
some life yet remains in her, by
sending a circular letter to tho
Powers on the sanitary condition of
the Suez Canal and cholera in India.
It is estimated that a fourth of the
grain crop of thu Willametto Valley,
Oregon, haB been destroyed by heavy
Edward Illnc, the apostle .of
Anglo Israelism, starts for the
United States on the 1st of October.
He proposes to make a lecturing tour
of the States and then go to Austra
lia. Hino has secured proofs which
seemfto him irrefutable of tho iden
tity o'f the English people with the
lost tribes of Israel, and hopes to bo
able to convert tho American people
to his view, no also claims to have
discovered fresh proof that tho
Americans are identical with the de
scendants of Manasseh. Hluo says
helms sold 320,000 copies of his
pamphlet In England, and hopes for
an equal salo In tho United States.
WTFTCTKIIP'R Rr PO
VV JJlllJJlL U6 UUi
O'J l'OIIT HTKIJKT
Hnvcoulmnd Xt-w l'oirhm mid Home
Watches, Bracelets, Nooklot3,
Pins, Lookets, Clocks,
And OrniuienU of all kinds.
Silver and Gold Plate.
ElsgfUit Solid Silver Tea Beta
Suitable for Presentation.
JCnernvLuc and atlvu Jowelry
Repairing In all its brauchei.
J3T" Solo Agonls lor King' Eyo Preservers.
70 Hotel Street.
Boat Manila, Havana and American
Cigars on Hand.
Pre-li Vanity Fair, Little Beauties, Gold
liar, Three Kings and tho Pet
Chowing and Smoking Tobacco,
Cut Foil and Plug.
The Uilllaid Tables of this establish.
incut hac been te covered nnd
leveled, which nnkes them
the best in town.
Ginger Ale and Soda Water on loe.
CS Call and Eee me. a
By Jack Jlalonc, lie by Lexington.
1st diini, Ivy Leaf, liv Imported Austra
lian; '.'ml dam, Iluy I-'lowcr, by Lexing
ton; 3rd dam, H.iy Leaf, by 'imported
Vorkbhlru: 'lib dun, Imported M'iriii
Blank, by Piillo dn Put ill, etc., tie.
StayniU' w.ts In. d at the great Wood
bum Kami, near Lc.lugton, Ivy., by the
Intuit. A. Alex nidor, and was sold to
W. L. Piltchurd, of Sacramento, C.il.,
for ?5,00i'. Ho stands W4 hands,
weighs l,0C"i U.S., and is a bright chest
nut color. During his racing career lie
downed mnuy a favorite, and toii many
it hatful of money for his owners, anil
proved himself ouu of tho greatest of
hordes over n distance, most of his races
being at two and four miles. He has
already sired several colts in California
that ore winners, among which nto
Lizzie Dunbar. Young Bazaar, Sophia,
and another called thu Bazaar Minerva
Colt, ho being out of Minerva by Im
poited Leamington, the sire of Parole
and Iroquois. Lizzie Dunbar greatly
distinguished herself last year in her
two-ycar-old form by defeating ono of
the largest fields ot two.yenr.olds that
ever started in California, animig which
were tlio two beautiful tlllics brought
lieic last Spring by Mr. Aguew, dlstanco
mile; time, 1.01J, tho fastest time on
record lor two-year-olds nt the distance.
This year she has won several linpoi taut
events, and lias proved ltcisclf to be a
crack three-year old.
Jtnznar has now been brought back
to Honolulu, and will remain Jiero the
balauco of thlj year, and breeders, horse
owners and stock raisers should avail
themselves of tho opportunity to obtain
Ills .services whilo they have the chance.
"TeniiH, 8-10. Payable at time of
The Imported Clydesdale Stallion
Donald Dimiio, Jr., will stand nt
the same time and place at g.'JO for tho
season. Ho was bred in Canada, sired
by Imported Donnld Diunic, and out of
an imported Clydesdale mare, lie is n
beautiful dapplo grey, 10 hands high,
and weighs 1,400 lbs.: is very nctive,
nnd as line a large horse as could be
Also, the lino hirgo Imported Ken
tucky Jack &utupson. Tliis Is one
of tho largest .liielis Hint wo could II ml
in California, mid U an animal of im
mense bone; is a very sum breeder, nnd
should be liberally patronized, as ho Is
ono of the very beit animals of his
kind. Tci'iiiHt 8;t for the season.
The public are cordially invited to
call snd inspect the above animals.
Jlarsiiflcld, Sept. 15, 1881. 818 U
KNOW ALL PEHSONS THAT MIL
LU ONG has left my emplov-
ment on the 13th lust.
Honolulu, Sept. 13, 18. I.
No.CS Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Walking StickB,
Made of every kind of
Brackctfl, Cornices, Curtain Pole", At
inadw of the latest tlculgns.
Movohant & Nuuanu Stroots.
Every T,uxuvy or lln Hoinon
All Kinds of Foreign Food,
Tea, Colico, loud DrlnkB, etc.
FinIi of all kitulH & l'oi inmle
Meals nt all hours, eorved In good s,tylo.
Q. W. Keaweamahl, Prop'tor.
Stallions at Manld !
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort Sti, -jfc
The gonral public are invited to givo us 'a call and impeot,
at our opening, our new and select stock of Dry Good, "
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',
and Infants' Shoot.
8. OOHN dSc CO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els., Etc., Etc
C8fjiBfibK- . --r-rv?l.'VJ5E
Fence AVireuml Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty. ?
Paints, Varnishes, TiU'nentine
House Furnishing Goods,
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To mnko room for n Ini'je Ntocl; or
. New (roods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and San Prnncisco.
All stook on hand during Iho noxt 30 days will bo sold for cash,
coniiftlng in part ot
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OP MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromosj
And a Large Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm XJYGAJS &: Co.
racers, - -
Just Kccelvcd ex S S Alameda,
Grains, Pears, Fins. Peacles, Amies ui Man.
Eastern Oysters in tins and shell.
And a full Hue of FrcHh Staple SroccrioH.
Ulaud Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Box 207. (762
W. C. l'KACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
3 N'uiituiii Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OFFER FOR SALK
At thi' liOWt'Ht Market ItateH
a lare and well selected stock of
tlic'Cuoicutaml most Favorite
I Ac, &c, &c,
All Goods Guaranteed,
nnd orders tilled promptly.
Tolephone 40. P. O. Box 3C0,
-ffnWa tlc" uc- E,c-
MZ!BRl'J'fGinr' " J
S"r - t i
Plated Ware, &c, &c
, . juu u-m.w.iJLHw ig
KIISNIUIY & CO.)
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A Large Assortnt
At tho Lowest PriccB
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's fW,
731 lm ' t1
SEll WO TAI & Co. f com posed of Ho
Yco, IIo Pa Ynt, Ho On nnd Ming
Vn) having bought from Lo Sam Hlng
Iho Rico Plantation, with tho house, cat
tie and implements, at Walnmlii, Ewn
Island of Oahu, which tho said Lo Sam
Sing bought fiom tho Sam Hop Com.
pany (composed of Lo Kim Fook nnd
Ah Chun), hereby give notice that all
claims against the mid Plantation to
date nro to bo settled by the bald Lo Sam
Sing. All persons nro warned against
cutting treed on tho estate at tho follow
ing Lands: ICaulu, Ainu Lol; Knbolna.
Alnrt Lol; Knumiuml, Ainu Lol; Paa'
kea-ikl, ho Puuonol.oco; and Knpou,
woln, Alna Kolu.
SEE WO TAI & CO.
Walinnlu, August 27th, 188 J.
Hall Programmed !
NEV DESIGNS, just received from
Baa Francisco, at Tiik Daily llin,
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