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TIIUSI)AYi OCT. '2, 1881.
sun, moon Ann sea.
All llniefinin noon of lo-dny. Oct. 2
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Snu libuk 1 M.
Moon Set 1" 3".
High Tltlo 1 M.
High Tide U '0.
WISH AMI WliVTIIKK
Kvcuul fiom noon of jcifonluy
Ilftioiiictur Thciniomoler Itulli.
I 4)1 I till '.'ill II 'ill I 'Hi ISIl Ht" lSll i
I 3U.IK1 (MU ."MUM lfl I 7.1 I To O.I)
Wliu), ."., Unlit; HKy, llnu; fen, mniuilli
Sehr Wnllelc from Mnllku
Schr Mile Mori Is from Lannl
Schr Kininii from Wnliilnn
S S Ittmlemix fiom London
Sehr Kninul ftom Lnupahochnc
SehMVnloll from liana
Ilk Foivt tjnccii from l'ort TowiHend
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Ilgtnc CoihuuIo for San Francisco
Stmr Planter for Windward Ports
Stmr Jas Mnkee for Kauai
Schr Luka for Koliala
Schr Wallele for Muliko
Schr ICamol for Luupnhoohoe
Suliv Wnloll for Humi
VESSELS IN PORT.
H 1 J M Tmikub.i, Arldj!
S S Bordeaux, Philllpot
Ship El Dorado, lluinphiie
Uktue Eureka, Leo
Hark 0 It Bishop, Wolten
Ugtne Consticlo, Cousins
Ilk Foiost (Jueen,
From ICtiuui, per Jas Makce, Oct 1
Judge Knklna, Major linger, Mrs Cuth
IktI, Mr Adams and It Dickson.
Schr Mile Morris brought !0 idieep.
Kt bales of wool and 2 horses.
The Jus Makcti sails to-morrow at 0
a m. Xo freight will he received on the
dav of sailing.
The S S Hoidcaux, Capt Phllipot,
arilvcd this morning, S8 days from Lon
don with 711 Portuguese immigrants,
of which 27J1 arc men, 173 women and
2CS children. Slio left London, July (Jlli,
and on her arrival at Madeira alio was
(liiarantlued for one day, although there
was no sickness on board, and after be
ing released was detained 0 days longer
in getting the immigrants on board.
She left Madeira, July 22nd. There wcie
72 deaths and 12 births during the voy
age. She had very pleasant weather,
and her long passage is duo to the fact
that she Is a slow vessel and leaks badly.
The Bordeaux Is UU4 feet long, -1 feet
shorter than the City of Pat Is.
Schr Kamol brought 800 bags of sugar.
Mr Williams')! schooner was launched
this day, at 1 p m. She is named Sarah
and Ellu after Mr AVilllains's 2 daugh
ters. The bk Foicst Queen arrived this pin,
23 days from PortTowusend wit lumber.
Diamond Head, Oct. 2, 3p.M
Light S. "W. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
I'Oll SAX FKANC1SCO.
Mariposa Leaves Ilenolnlu, Oct. 15
Alameda.... Leaves Honolulu. Nov. 1st
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
KOlt AUCKLAND AND BYDXT.Y :
Stmr Zealandia Oct. 4
KOU SAN PltAXCISCO.
Stmr Australia Oct. 20
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Oil paintings by foreign and local
artists, at King liros. 830 St
Thk steamer James Makec will
leave to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock.
A young lady wisliics a situation
as seamstress. Call at 59 Merchant
street corner Alakea. 831 3t
Tub Pacific Navigation Co.'s brig
Hazard, Capt. Ticrney, is now due
with laborers from the New Hebrides.
Fouit native policemen were dis
charged yesterday for various reasons.
John Lincoln, No. -11, resigned on
account of ill health.
Cabinkt Photos S3 per doz, cards
$1 per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for
merly A. A. Montano's. 82G tf
Tiikiu: was a mistake in tho
enigma given last Saturday. An
"article of diet" should have been
represented 9, 10, 10.
A socir.Tv journal informs us that
" when ix gentleman and lady arc
walking up the street, the lady should
walk inside tho gentleman."
The new olllcial card of the Ha
waiian Bell Telephone Co. will bo
ready to-morrow. It contains the
names of 417 subscribers.
Tin: third quarterly dividend of
live dollars per share, is now being
paid stockholders of the Pain planta
tion, at Castle & Cooke's olllce.
Tin: great Doncaster St. Lcger
race run in England, September
10th, was won by Mr. It. C. Vyner's
Tho Lambkin j Duke of "Westmin
ster's Saudiway, second, ; and Mr.
Peck's Superba, third.
Tin; brig Consticlo will sail for
San Francisco to-inonnw, a l two
Tin; steam roller Is at work on
King street, between Alakea and
W'v. arc sorry to learn that Mrs.
I'nlnier, mother of Mr. .1. A. Palmer,
lies dangerously ill.
Mil. Dimond lias donated lo the
V. M. C. A., four volumes of Alli
son's History of Europe.
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At twelve o'clock noon to-morrow,
Minister Gulick will receive scaled
tenders for altcrating and enlarging
Mr. Paul Neumann's residence.
Madamk Cora's entertainment at
the Music Hall on Saturday evening,
will be under the patronage of II. M.
Queen Dowager Emma.
Wiikn the S. S. Bordeaux was at
Coroncl, one of the passengers inado
his will and sent It home to his
father, as ho never expected to reach
Mu. A. J. Cartwright is still
donating valuable books to the Li
brary. Wc regret wo have not space
to give a full account of these num
Mn. Tho3. Nathaniel Kaiaikawaha,
late second Deputy Clerk of the
Supremo Court, is now one of the
editors of the native newspaper Jut
Lu o Hawaii.
It is said that Captain A. B Ilay
ley lias been appointed Brigade
Major of tho Military and Volunteer
forces of the Kingdom. His uniform
will be similar to that lately worn by
the Hawaiian Dandy.
A lionsi: belonging to the Fashion
Stables was taken down to tho Es
planade last evening to bo killed.
After receiving five shots in the
head, which did not end its exist
ence, it was struck down with a
club two blows being sulllcient.
Mn. P. II. W. lloss, book-keeper
of Hamakua Plantation, who went
to England several months ago,
arrived to day on the French S. S.
Bordeaux. He is accompanied by
his wife and two children, and re
ports having had a verv unpleasant
In the Police Court this morning
a native woman, Wailua, charged
with disorderlj' conduct at midnight
on the Esplanade, was sentenced to
one month's imprisonment at hard
labor. Two drunks brought in $11.
Kaululaau for assault and battery on
Annio was fined $5 and costs.
To-Moitnow, at 12 o'clock noon,
Lyons & Levey will sell in front of
their sales rooms, the property of a
gentleman leaving tho Kingdom, a
beautiful family carriage nearly new
with pole and shafts complete, a
splendid black horse, sound, gentle,
with good speed, and also two sets
The Y.M.C. A. Bible Lawn Party
takes place on Saturday, from 7 to 9
v. m. at Oneonta, the Waikiki resi
dence of Mr. W. W. Hall. Mrs.
McCully will read a paper, there will
be prayer and singing. Carriages
will start from the Y. M. C. A. build
ing at half past six, of which lady
and gentleman guests arc invited to
Two polished kukui nuts joined
together horizontally by leafietsof
wrought gold, is a new, novel, and
pretty style of ladies' breast orna
ment. The one submitted for our
inspection was made by Mr. J. M.
Herring, Jeweler, Hotel street, and
for neatness, skill, and finish of
workmanship would be hard to
By tho Alameda, M. Mclnerny has
again received 150 sets of those fino
harness, whicli he has been selling
for tho past year, and which have
been pronounced fino goods, at very
low prices. They can bo found in
both single and double, Light Buggy,
Express and Truck harness. Every
one needing such ought to sec them.
Tin; funeral of the late Miss
Lillian Lee Hassiiiger took placo
yesterday afternoon at tho family
residence, and was very largely at
tended. Tho services were conducted
by the Kov. J. A. Cruzan. In com
pliance with an expressed wish of
tho deceased, the body was not put
In the ground, but placed tempor
arily lu n loom in the rear of the
picmUcs. until n family tomb is i
built. ' ,
The new schooner built by IJyan
& Co; for Mr. "W. Willinms, was I
launched at 1 o'clock this afternoon,
and was clitislencil the Sm nh and
Eliza, after the owner's two
Messiis. Bishop & Co. shipped ,
yesterday by the Alameda, $8,555
in silver, and Wing Wo Chan, $!,- I
000, in addition to the amount Wells, j
Fargo & Co. sent and mentioned by I
us yesterday. ;
Mn. E. C. Fishbournc, who has j
charge of the Portuguese immi- J
grants, went on board the Bordeaux I
this morning. He will send n '
lot of fresh provisions on board, tho i
ship having run entirely out of bread, j
Pimn.i, a private in the Household '
Guards, was charged tiiis morning i
in the Police Court with assaulting a '
brother soldier nt the barracks witli J
a gun. lie was found guilty, and
will have to wear one of Jailor
Tripp's two-colored suits, for the
space of six days, and pay u fine of
$10 and costs $3.20.
Ni;xt month the large new cabinet
organ recently purchased of Lycan
.; Co. for the Wnikiki Church, will
be opened with a public entertain
ment. It will be under the direction
of II. K. II. Princess Lilitioknlaui,
wlio has assisted so willingly to in
crease the church funds.
Mn. J. W. Plluger leaves on the
Zealandia for the Australian Colo
nics. He will join Mrs. Plluger
and family in Melbourne and expects
to be gone, anyway, a year. The
tiipis solely one for rest and the
improvement of his health. Wo
join in wishing him a very pleasant
trip and a safe return with his family
to Hawaii nci.
Tin: French S. S. Bordeaux witli
Portuguese immigrants arrived this
morning at 8 o'clock, 70 days from
Madeira and 28 from Coroncl. She .
brings 7C0 passengers. There were
72 deaths on the voyage, three adults,
the rest children, from measles. The
steamer, which is a similar model to
the Zealandia, is anchored in the
Two gentlemen who arrived the
other day from the Volcano, report
it as very active, and that they wcro
entirely surprised at the superior
accommodations, and care and atten
tion they received at the Volcano
house. This entirely contradicts
what another traveller had to say a
week or two ago in the columns of
the Advertiser. Wc hope to give
some report of their trip in our next
Tiik Fat Boy is now looking out
for u job. He wants to get some
thing very easy to do, as his health
is poor. He would like to begin
work in the morning at 10 o'clock,
as he docs not breakfast until half
past nine, and whenever there is any
excitement, steamers coming and
going, free lunches, etc., he would
requite leave of absence. As far as
references arc, concerned, he has a
two-story barn full.
Siiouti.y after 1 o'clock, a Portu
guese express driver was driving
Messrs. Malcolm Brpwn and Henry
Armitage on King street to tho Gov
ernment House, when, near Lcwcrs
& Cooke's lumber yard, the horse
took fright at the steam roller, and
turned quickly round, upsetting tlte
carriage, and badly mixing up oc
cupants, driver, horse and carriage.
Assistance was promptly at hand and
the occupants extricated from their
perilous position without sustaining
any injury, beyond barked shins.
Mu. P. Leo's new hotel at Puna
luu will soon be in a complete state.
Bath houses have been erected
where the tired traveller can take a
bath in pure cold spring water, and
if the tourist trafllc to tho Volcano
by that louto warrants tfie expendi
ture, ho will build larger bath houses
nnd lay on hot and salt water, Tho
grounds aro being levelled, prepara
tory to laying out a garden ; and
when everything is completed Puna
luu can boast of having a hotel un
rivalled on the Islands, outside of
'Honolulu, and tourists can depend
on a good table and the best of attention.
Books and Accounts an Cus
tom House Bu3inos3 prompt
ly, carofully and acouratoly
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St,
Telophono 172 P.O.Box 315
Quarterly Bills !
Quarterly Bills !
Jno. A. Palmer
Will distribute and collect
OlUce, Campbell's Block, iipstalH,
lit Uoom No. 7. 8!I0
70 Hotel Street.
C J. MCCARTHY Prop'tor.
Best Manila, Havana and Amerioan
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity Fair, Little Ucauilw, Oolii
Hnr, Tlneo Kings nml tlic "Pel
Chowing and Smoking Tobacco,
Cut Foil and Plug.
The Milliard Tabic of this establish
ment hmo been recovered and
leveled, which mikes litem
the best In town.
Ginger Alo and Soda Water on Ice.
1ST fall nml fob me. "3
O ii l i ii e fc m a 1c e i
N;o. 0,! Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Walking Sticks,
.Made of every kind of
Brackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, Ac
made ot the latest dcslgus.
to Tin: i,aiii:k or iioxoi,ui,ii
DBKSSMAKEU, having returned'
has resumed business.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Cm led in
all the newest shades.
Comer of Kliip mill liichard Streets.
ions at i
By Jack Malonc, ho by Lexington.
1st dam, Ivy Leaf, br imported Austra
lian; Und dam, Bay Flower, by Lexing
ton; 3rd dam, Bay Leaf, by Imported
Yorkshire; 4tb dam, Imported .Maria
Black, by Fliilo da Futali, etc., etc.
Ita.aar was bred at tho great Wood
burn Farm, near Lexington, Ivy., by the
late H. A. Alexander, and was sold to
W. L. Prilcliurd, of Sacramento, Cul.,
for $5,001'. He stands lQ'f hands,
weighs l,00"i lbs., and is a bright chest
nut color. Durlughis racing career he
downed mouy a favorite, nnd won many
a but fill of money for his owners, unil
pio veil himself onu of the greatest of
horses over a distance, most of his races
being at two and four miles. Ho has
already sired several colts in California
that aro winners, among whirh uiu
Lizzie Dunbar, Young Bnuar, Sophia,
and auotber called the Bazaar Minerva
Colt, he being out of Minerva by Im
ported Leamington, tho elro of Parole
and Iroquois. I.l.zlu Dunbar greatly
distinguished herself bust year In her
two-year-old form by lcfc:itlnu ono of
the largest fields ot two-year-olds that
ever started in California, auioug which
were the two beautiful fillies brought
hero last Spring by Mr. Agnew, distance
mile; time, 1.0'J, thu fastest time on
recoul for two-year-olds at the distance.
This year she luij won pcvcral Important
events, and has proved herself to bo a
cruel: three-year old.
Jtu.uur has now been brought back
to Honolulu, and will remain hero the
balance of thU year, and breeders, hor.so
owners and stock raisers should avail
themselves of the opportunity to obtain
hU services whilo they have the chance.
TeniiH, 640. Payable at tlmo of
The Imported Clydcsdulo Stallion
Donald Diimie, Jr., will stand at
., .i i :i.w..i .. .4i ..H iiA
UIU MII1IU IIIIIU HUM fllilUU ui &.ir JIM IIIV
season. Ho was bred in Canada, sired
by Impelled Donald Dinnlc, and out of
an imported Clydesdale inure. Ho is a
beautiful dapple grey, 10 hands high,
nml weighs 1.400 lbs.: is verv active.
1 and as fine a largo horse in could he
Also, tno lino large imported Ken
tucky Jack Sampson. This is one
of the largest Jacks that wo could Unci
In California, and U an animal of im
mense lioue ; is a very surn breeder, and
should ho liberally patronized, as ho is
ouc of the very best animals of his
kind. TcrniN, 8H for tho season.
The public aro cordially Invited to
call nud inspect the above animals.
Miifrlillcld, Sept. 1.1,1881. 818 tf
i - Grand and Successful Opening '. - ''m
i ' f.T - M
AT THE .
TEMPLE OF FASHION, '
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St., 5J
i i SS
Tliu general public are invited to give it a call and inspeet.
at our opening, our new and select itock 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.
Sk OOHN Sc CO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
i" J!I jy.MfcWtt-i O- () e
Ets.. Etc., Etc.
y.- maff-TM ,-x"--r
Fence Wire nml Staples, Kerosene Oil u specially.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Iflntccl Ware, &c., &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To uiakn room for n l.areo Stork of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, Now York, ami San Fnmcirco.
All stock on hand during the next 30 days will be sold. for cash,
(enlisting m part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Fairlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Ghiiii'H, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Cliromov,
And a Lnrge Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm LYOAJX -Sc Co.
(flUCOEHSOHB TO KlftKF.DV "- CO.)
Family Grocers, 67 & 69 Hotel St.
Just Hccnlvi'il ux S S Ahmieihi,
Grains, Pears, Finn. Mm, Apnles and Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins and shell.
And a full line of Fm-hIi Sliinlt l-Jrocorit.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 240. P. O. Uox 297. (702
(I- 1). KllK.KTII.
w. c. i'EA( on:
Freeth & Peacock,
2'.i Xmimiii Street.
IIONOI.UI.1T, II. 1.
WINE & SPIRIT i
General Commission Morchants,
OFFKH FOU SALK
At tlu Iiowcwt .tlurltet llntcs
a lurjic and well Hi'li'cttd stock of
llicICIiolccstand inol Fnvnrlle
&., &c, iVe.,
All Goods Guaranteed.
r.ud oiilurH tilled promptly.
Telephone -10. P. Q. Uox 300.
y ,, $
Harrows, , ,
Etc.. Etc.. Etc. i
A Lane Assortment
At tlio Lowest Prices
at A. S. Clegliorn & Co's
SKP. WO TAI & Co. (composed of Ho '
Yco. Ho Pa Yut, Ho On and Mine;
Wa) having bought from Lo Sam Sing
tho Itico Plantation, with the house, cai-' '
tlonnd Implement, at Wnlmnlu, Kwa,
Island of Oahu, which tho said Lo Sam
Sing hough t fiom tho Sum Hop Com.
pany (composed of Lo Kau Fook. and
Ah Chun), hereby give notice that all
claims against the paid Plantation to
date aro to ho settled by tho said Lo Ham
Sing. All persons are warned against
culling trees on Hie estate at tho follow- '
lug Lands: Kaulu, A'lnn Lolj Kalialm,
Ainu Lol; Knuinluinl, Aina Lol; Paa-kea-iki,
ho PuuonoLdr-o; and K'npou. .
wela, Alna Kolu.
SKK WO TAI & PO.
Waltnalu, August 27th, 1881.
Hull ProgmuimcM !
NEW DKSIQNB, just received from
San Francisco, at Thk Daily Urn,
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