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FRIDAY, OCT. :i, 188 J.
SUM, MOOII AM!) SEA.
All time from noon of to-day. Oct. :i
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HlirhTldu 1 !W.
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WIND AMI WliATIIKK
Itvcoid itom noon of )citcutny
llmomctor Tlicrinomctcr Itnln.
I ih I mi Mli il 2li I Ui I IBM iito leii
I ,w.ai I r.0.10 30iw bio o to o.wo
Wlnil, N.li., light; .Sky, llnui Hcu.Mnootli.
Diamond Hcnd, Oct. 2, 3p..t
Light S. W. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
ran HX KUANCIPCO.
Mnripoiu Leivcs llsmolulu, Oct. 10
A In ui oil ii.... Leaves Honolulu. Nov. 1st
Villi AUCKLAND AND BYDNBY!
Stinr Zc.ilandin Oct. 4
roil bAN rilAN'CIBCO.
Stinr Australia Oct. 20
Schr Mana from I'aukaa
Stiur Lclma fiom Windwaid 1'oiN
Bgtne Consuelo for Sim Francisco
Stinr Planter for Windward Poit
Stmr Jas Makee for Kauai
Schr Luka for Koliala
Schr Wnllclo for Mallko
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Kamol for Laupuhoelioc
Schr Waloll for liana
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S liordcaux, Phllllpot
Ship El Dorado, lliunphilek
Bkttio Eureka, Leu
lJark C It Bishop, Wolters
Ilk Fnrct Queen, XclUon
From London, per S S Bordeaux, Oct
2 P II Ro, w Ife and 2 children.
From Bcllingham Bay, per bk Foiest
Queen, Oct 2 V Hngcrty & II L Shaw.
For Walanao, Walalua and Kauai, per
.las Makec, Oct !! 1 A do I.anux. Mai
linger, S W Barnes, Mrs Parmenter and
daughter, Itev Foibcs, A Wenncr. E
Maetle, II 0 Adams, Mr Dickson, J H
I'aty and about 13 deck.
For San Francisco, per bgtuc Con
suelo. Oct 3 C NO win. wife & child
and .1 X Stlnson.
Schr Mima brought G38 bag of sugar
Tho c.ir tracks on the OSS wharf aie
Tbc bk C It Blhop was irioved to the
coal whaif yesteiday to finish discharg
ing. The bk Emerald Is icportcd having
left Poit Townsend with lumber for this
port one day In advance of the Forest
Tho bgtno Consuelo sailed this after
noon for San Fianclsco with A'iHi bags
of sugar anil 740 l;eg of sugar. Doin.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
JJVm. moon to-morrow night.
Cut. G. II. Luce lias been com
missioned as tax-collector for Hono
Tiicitn is one letter in tbc Alpha
bet that Oat's whitewash artist can
not make Q'rect.
. . .
A youno lady wisbies a situation
as seamstress. Call at fii) Merchant
street corner AInkea. 801 Ot
Mu. E. P. Adams held a "Regu
lar" cash sale this morning, so the
Guide says. "What kind of a thing
is it, anyway.
Cabinet Photos S3 per doz, cards
SI per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for
ineilv A. A. Montano's. 820 tf
His Honor Justice Austin believes
in having his garden well fortified,
so is having two new stone gale posts
fixed in position.
Tin: annual meeting of the Hono
lulu Library and Reading Association
will be held this evening at the new
Library building at half past seven
Tiikki: will bo a business meeting
of tho .Strangers' Friend Society on
Monday morning, Oct. Cth, at 11
o'clock, in the parlor of the Y. M.
O. A. building.
Tiium: lepers were brought to the
receiving station tills morning, one
from Wnianuc, another from Kuuai,
and a young boy from Honolulu.
Tlioy will bo sent to Kakaako.
As wc" go to press, Mrs. Palmdr is
considecably better and brighter than
yesterday. Sister Mary Clare is
neither better nor worse, but just
about tho same. False reports of
both ladles' deaths wcic current last
evening and carelessly repeated in
the Advertiser and Guide of this
I . Wi: arc glnil to sec the Hon. W.
it. urecn on our streets ngnin.
II. I. J. 31. sTrsukuba will sail
I for Japan about Wednesday next.
Tin: car tiaeks on the Oceanic
Steamship C'o.'s wlittif arc being ic
paiieil. Mit. K. Maude went by the Stmr.
.Ins. Mukco tins niorninir to take
chaigc of tlioKilauca Mill. I
Tin: Rand boys will begin their
month's vacation directly after the
Japanese man-of-war has left port.
At noon to-day ,Mcssrs. Lyons and
Levey sold in front of their sales
rooms, a nearly new family caniage,
a fine black horse and two sets of
harness, to Mr. Vierra for the sum of
To-jionnow evening at the Music
Hall Madame Cora the magician, who
has just returned from Hawaii,
will give one of her unique enter
tainments. Tickets aio for sale a
Tun Honolulu Iron Woiks lias
Just completed a large smoke slack
for the lime kiln or the Hawaiian
Stone Co. at Waimannlo. It will
be shipped to-day by one of the
Pacific Navigation Co.'b schooners.
Wiicx fresh provisions were taken
on the S. S. Bordeaux yesterday, the
Portuguese immigrants went faiily
wild. One man went for a raw
potato and an onion, and soon gob
bled them up.
His Honor the Chief Justice was
silting in chambers this morning,
and Judge McCully pi csided in tho
Intermediary Couit. Appeal cases
from the Police Couit wcie being
beard by the latter.
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Tin: a.y some of the express
drivers raced down Nuuanii Valley
yesterday afternoon, after tho funeral
ceremony was over, was simply
alarming. It seemed as if they were
all trying to sec which could get
Satuiuiay evening at 7 o'clock,
Lyons & Lovcy will sell at their
salesrooms, to close u consignment,
a variety of gold and plated jewelry,
consisting of bracelets, studs, watch
chains, lockets, car rings, sleeve
Tnr.nr. will be an extra good time
at Jim Dodd's Long Branch resort
to-morrow evening. Those who care
about refreshments can step over to
Nolte's Casino and the rest of the
time will be spent in social inter
course, bathing by moonlight, etc.
. i .
Missus. J. A. Hassingcr and W.
O. Atwatcr arc on board the S. S.
Bordeaux, checking the Portuguese
immigrants' contracts. They expect
to get through so as to turn them
over to Mr. Fishbourne to-morrow,
who will at once land them at the
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By tho Alameda, M. Mclnerivy has
again received lfiO 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 single and double, Light Buggy,
Express and Truck harness. Every
one needing such ought to see them.
The President of the Board of
Education ami Governor Dominis
yesterday afternoon accompanied
Captain Aridji and two of his
officers, on a visit to our public
schools. At Fort Street School, Min
ister Gibson spoke a few words to tho
scholars. Afterwaids in company
with Governor Dominis, the Japanese
officers visited Oahu Gaol and the
Whim: James O'Brien, manager
of the Hawaiian Stone Co. at Wai
manalo, has been in town transacting
business for a few days, someone
lias robbed his room at "Waimanalo
of a silver watch and a small amount
of money. Somo of his workmen
Jiavc also had similar losses. A
i colored man by the name of Cope-
land is suspected.
Tiik Advertiser states this morn
ing that the Honolulu Yacht and
Boat Club's new boat was christened
last evening. This is entirely erro
neous. Tho facts are, tho new six
oared boat for the Honolulu 'Boat
Club was taken yesterday, soon
after noon, from the Oceanic Co.'s
wharf, put in to the water and rowed
to the new boat houac. At live
o'clock a crew went out in her on a
trial trip. Slio will not be christened
until after the November regatta,
and will bo known until then as the
Unknown, though Capt. Wilson in
forms us a name lias been selected.
Ovi:it a hundred schools in I'arto
arc now provided with woikliops. At ,
picsent tho' turn out ai tides of wood ,
from planing benches and lathes. I
It is proposed soon to add iron to
tho niatciial to be operated on.
Hon. E. Preston lus just pic
scnlcd to the Library Association, i
C3clopcdia of Commerce and Com
mercial Navigation, by J. Smith ,
Hoinans, McCulloch's Dictionary of
Commerce, and Haydn's Dictionary
of Dates. The above books have
been placed in the reference depart
ment of the Library. i
Jddoi: Bickerton's calendar was a
very light one this morning. Fook
In, the Chinaman charged with hav
ing opium in bis possession, was
brought up for sentence. His Honor
gave him one mouth's imprisonment '
at hard labor, and inflicted a fine of
100. An appeal was noted to the i
Supremo Court. Uwckahtma, charged '
with drunkenness, deposited six
bright Kalakaua dollars in Deputy
The funeral services for the late
Mr. Henry Ma', took place yester
day afternoon at four o'clock, at St.
Andicws Cathcdial. The opening
sentences as the body was being
cat ricd into the church were icad by
the Bishop, Ihollcv. George Wallace
leading the inipiessivc lesson. The
choir rendered, with much feeling,
the UOtb Psalm to a minor chant,
and sung two hymns, Hock of Ages
and Brief Life is Here our Portion,
which were particular favorites of
the deceased. The church was
crowded with friends and acquaint
ances of the deceased, and the
coffin was covered with &omc most
beautiful lloral offciings. His Ex.
Gov. Dominis, II. B. M's. Commis
sioner Major Wodchouse, and the
French Consul Monsieur Fecr, oc
cupied the front seats. At the con
clusion of the services the sad pro
cession started for the Nuuanii
cemetery in the following orderh
Cathedral boy choir in surplices, the
Bishop and Clergy, Undertaker
Williams, the hear.se with the body,
the following gentlemen acting as
pall-bearers: lions. C. II. Bishop,
A. S. Cleghorn and "W. F. Allen,
Messrs. Tlico. II. Davics, J. T.
"Wateihouse, Jr., Alex. McKibbin,
E. AV. Joulan, S. Savidgc, P. C.
Jones, Jr., and A. T. Atkinson.
Thou came the chief mourner, Mr.
T. Raiu "Walker, and following a
large number of carriages. The
Royal Hawaiian Band was stationed
at the cemetery, and received the
body with a funeral march. The
service at the grave was read by the
Bishop, with tho execution of tho
part where the body is committed to
the earth, which was feelingly read
by the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh. Tho
boy choir then sung the hymn, Thy
Will bo Done, and the Bishop pro
nounced the benediction. Thus was
laid at rest one of our best citizens,
a truly good man, and one whose
loss will be long and deeply felt by
UATTU3 & HOUSES.
ABOUT 150 HEAD OF CATTLE,
ALIi ages and bI.cp, and including
Milking Cows, Calves, Heifers ami
tjtecra. Will toll In lots to suit Intend,
injj purchaser, but prefers to sell all in
one lot. Also 'cvcral good hordes. Ap
plv to MHS. COSTA.
'S'Ji if Kallhi Valley.
OFFElt FOK SALE,
Ex XJooeiii iVrrlvalH,
l'ihencr llcer, in quarts and pint",
Supeilor Clarets, us Chateau Titour,
Champagnes, of Clms. Kane, Carte
Illanclic, Le Brim Vtttrvs & Co.,
Best Schiedam Gin, In stono mid gluai,
Brandies of all kind",
Superior Fort and Sherry,
Malaga Wine, Madeira,
Curajjao, Orange Bittern,
Orcme do l'laliue-i, Creinu do Cacao,
Empty DciiiHolins, J, 1, II ami 5 gall j.,
AIM), Best Portland Cement, ot Htoh.
man & Llcfman,
Patent Steel 4-point BnrlrWIro, ut gicat.
ly reduced prices,
Sugar, Rico and Paddy Bags,
Pianos of different milkers
For Sale by
Ed. HOFFSCHLAEGEH & Co..
g:2 aw (Juecn Street.
Books und AccountB an Cus
tom Houso Business prompt
ly, carofully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN.
General liueineos Agent, Merchant St.
Telophono 172 P. 0. Box ai5.
Quarterly Bills !
Quarterly Bills !
Jno. A. Palmer
Will distribute and colloct
Olllee, Campbell's Ulock, upstair,
lit Uoom No. 7. 8!!0
70 Hotel Street.
C J. MCCARTHY Prop'tor.
Bost Manila, Havana and American
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity Fair, Little Ucaullw, Gobi
Uar, Three Kings mill the l'et
Chowing and Smoking Tobacco,
Cut Foil and Plug.
The Hilllurd Tallies of this establish
ment hao been rccoicred ami
leveled, which unices them
the best In town.
Ginger Ale and Soda Water on Ice.
5JT Call ami i-ee inc. -a
Anl llplm iHtcrur. .
No. ti'J Hotel tt reel,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Walking Sticks,
Miulc of every kind of
llracUel?, Cornices, Curtniii Pole?, &c.'
made ot the latest designs.
to thi: liAHir.S o jioxomii.u
DRESSMAKER, having returned'
has resumed business.
Fc.itlicrs Cleaned, Dyed and Curkd in
all the newest eIiiuIcs.
Corner of Kinc and Richard Sticctt-.
Stallions ai Mild !
By Jack Malonc, he by Lexington
1st dam, Ivy Leaf, bv Imported Austra
lian; 2nd dam, Bay Flower, by Lexing
ton; 3rd dam, Bay Leaf, by Imported
Yorkshire; -lt!i dnm, Imported .Maria
Blnek, by l'hllo da l'utih, etc., etc.
Itnznnr was bred at tho great Wood
burn Farm, near Lexington, Ky., by tho
late It. A. Alexander, and was hold to
W. L. Frltehard, of Sacramento, Cnl.,
for iJu.OOl1. He Hands 15Xf hands,
weighs 1 ,00') lbs., and i a bright chest
nut color. During bin racing career ho
downed many a f.ivorltc, and won many
a hatful of money for his owners, and
proved himself onu of the greatest of
noises over a distance, most of his races
being at two and four miles. He has
already sired several colts In California
that tiro winners, among which aiu
Liz.Io Dunbar, Young Hdaar, Sophia,
and another called tho Bazuar Minerva
(Jolt, ho being out of Minerva by Im
potted Leamington, tho sire of l'arole
and Iroquois, f.l.zlo Dunbar greatly
distinguished herself Inst year in her
two-year-old form by defe.itini; one of
tho largest fields ot two-yenr-olds that
ever started In California, among which
were tlie two beautiful llllhs brought
hero lust Spring by Mr. Agnew, distance
mile; time, 1.01J, tho fastest thno on
record for two-year-olds at the distance.
This year sho has won several Important
events, and has proved herself lo be a
crack ihree-year old.
Jtn.uiir h.is now been brought back
to Honolulu, and will remain heru the
balance of this year, and breeders, horse
owners and stock raisers should avail
themselves of the opportunity to obtain
Ids tervlces while they havo the chance.
TerniH, 8-10. Payable at time of
The Imported Clydesdale Stallion
Donald IHuuie, Jr., will stand at
the same time and place at dttO for tho
season. Ho was bred lu Canada, sired
by Imported Donald Dlnnlc, and out of
nu Imported Clyde-dale mure. Ho is a
Lcauiiful thippio groy, 10 hands high,
mid weighs 1,400 lbs.: is very active,
and as flue a large horse us could be
Also, the lino largo linpnited Ken
tucky Jack Sampson. This is ono
of tho largest Jacks that wo could llud
lu California, and Is an animal of Im
mense bono; is a very sure breeder, and
should bo liberally patronied, ns he is
one of tho very best animals of his
kind. Terms, :$( for tho season.
The public arc cordially invited to
call ami inspect the abovo animals.
Maishlleld, Sept. 15,1881. 818 tC
Grand and Succawj'al Openings s
Opposite the New Banh Buihlinc, Fort Sfa
The general public are invited to give us a call and iu&peot,
at our opening, our new and select slock of Dry (looda,
Fancy Goods; Ladies', Children's, and Infant's Wear,
Millinery, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Traveling
Trunks, Valises, House Furnishing Goods, and an Flegant
and complete stock of Ladies'. Gent'?, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' Shoes.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importcrsjj&jDealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements, ,
Ets.. Elc. Etc.
Fence Wive ami Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &e., &c.
;igBwinrjiwmKxtM in i iimiwtkiwgmsijjsg
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To make room for a l.nvse Nfoclc of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, Xew Yoik, and San Francisco.
All stock on hand during tho next 30 days will be sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars', ;Jf
AXD ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOOD;?.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sels, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Large Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm .
Family Grocers, - -
Graps, Pears, Plus. Peacies, Ages ai Celery. . ;
And a lull liuu of freHli Staple 43roccricN.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. I. O. Box 297.
(I. 1). HtKLTll.
W. C. I'KACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
as Xiiuiimi Street.
IIONOI.UI.il, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OFFER FOR SAbL
At the Lowest Market HiUcs
a lame and well selected stock of
theOliolcestund most Favnrllo
&c, &c., Ac,
All Goods Guaranteed.
r.nd oulers filled promptly.
Telephoao -10. l O. Box BCD. .
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&& Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
LYCAN &; Co. '
i in.Bufii.iu immj ai' lutw.
KKNNKDV .V CO.)
- 67 4 69
ex S S Alameda,
in tins and shell.
i Lane Assortment
Wic A Colored Muttii
- KOIt F.W.K
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's . i
731 lm .J2
SKB WO TAI ,fc Co. (composed of Ho
Yee, Ho Pit, Yat, Ho On and Ming
Wa)halnK bought from Lo Sain Sng
tho Rice Plantation, with tho house, cm
tie and implement?, at Wahnalii, Ewa,
Island of Oahu, which tho said I.o Sam
Slug bought fiom tho Sam Hop Cora,
pany (composed of Lo Kim Fook and
Ah Chun), hereby glvo notice that all
claims against the fald Plantation to
date are to bo settled by tho said Lo Sam
Sing. All pcrsoiH are warned ngalnst
cutting trees on the estate at tho follow
Ins Lands: Kniilu, Ainu Lol; Knhnlna,
Aina Lol; Kauinlumi, Aina Lol; Paa-Kea-IKI,
ho Pimono Loco, aud Kapoii.-'
wola, Ainu Kolu.
SEE WO TAI & CO.
Waininlu, August 27th, 1881.
NEW DESIGNS, just received from
San Francisco, at The Daily Bui