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SATURDAY, OCT. 4, 1881.
SUI1, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noou of to-day, Oct. -1
Sun Sot" o 44.
Sitnltlsus 17 G3.
Moon Rise 0 07.
IIIghTido (3tmll) 100.
HlghTido (Inigo; lo i().
WIND AND WEATIIEIl
Itocoirt Irom noon of jestcrttuy:
Atfeoi" wrt. Thermometer Huln.
I 4h nit I im n sii I oh I ii, mo iPh
I IX'f) .10.01 30.0.1 MS I 770 I 7.1 e 0.02
Wind, N.l., lights hhy, nhoncry; Soai
Diamond Head, Oct. 4, 3p.M
Light S. W. wind.
KOIt SAN 1'IIAXCISCO.
Mnrlposn Loaves Honolulu, Oct. 15
Aluiti('da....Lcnvc3 Honolulu. Nov. 1st
KOH AUCKLAND ANO HVUNI'T:
Stmr City or Sydney Nov 1
FOIt RAN FltANCISCO.
Stinr Auslialla Oct. 20
S S ZeaLiudla from San Ftanclsco
Stinr Llkcllkc from Kahulnl
Stinr Klnau from Windward Ports
Schr Ciitcriua from lianalcl
Schr Walelnt fiom Walahta
Sclir Rainbow from Konlau
Sclir Nettle Men 111 fiom Lahalua
S S Zcalandla for Australia
Schr Waloll for liana
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Llkellko for Kalmlul
Sclir C.itcilna for lianalcl
Sclir Wuichn for Wnlalua
Sclir Rainbow for Koolau
Sclir Miinn for Ilouomu
Schr Xettie Merrill for Lalialna
Schr Kamo! for Laitpahoehoe
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Bordeaux, Vhlllpot
Ship El Dorado, Humphries
Bkttic Eureka, Lee
Bark C It Bishop, Woltcrs
Bk Forest Queen, Xcllson
For WIndwnrd Ports, per Planter, Oct
3 Judge J ICaklna, W V Bates, II O
Slmcrsou. K Smith, J I Dowsctt, Jr, and
wife, I F Shciuood, Mrs D M Cook and
daughter, Mrs JUS Martin and daugh
ter, Mrs PLce, Mrs Wills, 4 children
and servant, J OSeatle, A Barnes and
From Kahu'ul, per Llkelike, Oct 4
A M Sproul, Mr Kawalhu, J MoDade,
Dr O A Bawson, W W Goodale, Miss
Goodalc, It Holt, wife and servant, A
Brouse, G It Wood, D Gicgg and J
Fiom Windward Ports, per Kinau,
Oct 4 Hon S G Wilder, F P Hastings,
G W Wilfong, J L Young. D K Pa, M
Ilymaii, J M Horner, Miss A Horner,
Miss E Woodhouse, Mrs W S Wond,
Miss M Hart, F B buff, P A Dias, Sirs
J Shairon, W King, E Norrie. E C
Winston, J W Gay, W W Goodale, D
Lahaulcllo. G Maipliicplnc, Mrs S
Green, Don Liu and 101 deck.
For Australia, per Zcalaiidia, Oct 4
W Johnson, F O Anderson, T Foldl and
J W PJlugcr.
Leiiua brought 1000 bags
Caterlna brought 013 bags
Walchu brought 400 hairs
pauuy ami aui nags oi sugar.
The S S Zcalandla discharged Sau
Francisco pilot at 5.10 p in, Saturday,
Sept 27, and received Honolulu pilot at
7.50 a in, Saturday, Oct 4tli. First 2
days out had NW winds with heavy sea
and af terwai ds E w inds and lino weath
er to port. Sailed from Honolulu for
Australia at 1 p in, Satuiday. Oct 4.
The stmr Kinau brought 12G4 bags of
sugar, 41 head cattle, 5 horses, 230 hides,
01 pkgs sundry.
If the Kllauca Hon ni rives in time to
sail on Monday, the Stmr Lchua will
remain In port several days, if not the
Lchua will sail at her usual time.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Thk S. S. Bordeaux will com
mence to discharge her cargo on
i e -' -
Thk Hoynl Hawaiian Band will
give a Conceit at Emma Square on
The S.S. Mariposa will lie due
from San Francisco on Wednesday
iMriiovuMESis arc being made to
the sidewalk in fiontof China Engine
House on King street.
Wu acknowledge the receipt of the
Planter' Monthly for Octobor,
which will receive due notice.
The baikeutlne Ella arrived at San
Francisco Sept 22d. She was thirty
two days going up from here.
. . .
The barks D. C. Murray and Lady
Lanipson are now plying between
San Francisco and Sydney.
The P. M. S. S. Zcalandla arrived
this morning at 8 o'clock, G days and
15 hours from San Francisco.
The brig Clans Sprockets sailed
for this port September 25lh, with
an assorted cargo valued atS18,G09,
lucluding 208 telephone poles.
lions has got a nice lot of Easter
citron buns, fresh made this after
noon. Tub Bible lawn party announced,
for lliis evening iins been indefinitely
.iin.. ii.ii I. ......
The Zcalandla brings tho news
that the price of sugar lias gone down a
shade since last advices.
The Strangcis' Friend Society
meets on Monday morning at 11
o'clock, nl the Y. M. C. A. Hull.
Job Thompson, the greatest book
maker on the Australian turf, was a
through passenger by the Zcalandla.
Rcmemuuh Lyons & Levey's sale
of gold and plated jewelry, at their
salesrooms to-night, commencing at
Mus. Palmer is very much im
proved in health to-day, and Sister
Mary Clare remains about the
Tub Zcalaiidia brought no passen
gers for this poit. She lias in tran
sit for the Colonies 41 saloon and 48
Tun steamer Kinau came from
Laliaina to tho bell buoy in the
quick time of 5 hours 20 minutes,
averaging 14 knots.
Cabinet Pltoto3 83 per doz, cards
81 per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for
merly A. A. Montano's. 820 If
The trial trip of the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co. 'a new steamer
will take place on Monday, and she
will leave San Francisco' on the loth
for this port.
In the Police Court this morning,
Kanui for being drunk wa fined SO,
Kahananui, charged with disorderly
conduct, was sent to the reef for
five days and to pay costs.
Pennsvlvania has an editor 91
years old. He attributes his long
life and excellent health to the fact
that he never expected to please
everybody, and never tried to.
The Mutual Telephone Co. is
erecting on the top of Hon. Godfrey
Rhode's building on Kaahumanu
street, some frame work to receive
the wiies from Fort street, thus pre
venting any connections being made
on Campbell's now block.
To-morkow at the Bethel Union
Church, at 11 a. si. sacrament of the,
Lord's Supper will bo adminisleicd
and new members will be received.
Children's service or Sunday school
concert in the evening. Strangers
and nil others arc cordially welcome.
Ouit attention lias been called to
the bad state of the Waikiki road.
From Mr. Jaeger's to Queen Emma's
residence, it is full of holes, some of
them very large ones. From the
native church to Kapiolani Park, the
road is blowing away. This road,
which is used so much, ought to be
attended to at once.
Bv 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, 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 Captain and officers of II. I.
J. M's. Ship Tsukuba gave a delight
ful party on board yesterday after
noon. Tho ship was most beauti
fully decorated, and the refreshments
were excellent. The attendance was
not large, probably owing to the
gloom cast over our city on account
of a recent death. His Majesty the
King was present attended by Major
It is reported that some theatrical
and musical companies are thinking
of shortly visiting Honolulu. If our
advice is worth anything we should
say, most decidedly, that they would
be better off by not coming. Cer
tainly, it would be very pleasant to
have a few good performances, but
the present dull times do not
admit of money being spent for such
We unintentionally omitted to
mention yesterday, that it squad of
police uuder direction of Deputy
Marshal Dayton, rendered great
service at tho fuueral of the late Mr.
May. The coffin, which was very
heavy, was borne by them from the
house to the hearse, also in and out
of tho church, and laid in its final
resting place, not a hitch occurring.
Mil. J. V. Kalim, who is in San
Francisco, writes to say that Consul
Severance had received a telegram
from Italy, stating that Jumes
Booth, one of tho Hawaiian boys
abroad, had died from cholera. His
loss is to bo much icgrettcd, us he
gave great promise for the future.
The attention of the Board of
Health is called to Montgomery
Square near St. Louis College. A
sick horse lies there, and n native
with handcart is dumping offal
from town within twenty feet of a
house. It is a very good chance
for fever to break out in that
At Fort Street Church, Sunday
morning, baptism and the Lord's
Supper will bo administered, and
new members received. In the even
ing Mr. Cruzan's subject will be,
"An Unerring Detective."
Mn. II. M. Whitney, Postmaster
General has tendered Mr. Cutler the
following testimonial of tho qualities
of the People's Cyclopedia of Un
iversal Knowledge: "Having ex
amined this publication carefully. I
take pleasuro in recommending it to
all ulio need a work of this kind. Its
chief merits consist in the admirable
conciseness and clearness of its des
criptions, which are confined to such
information ns the general reader or
student wishes to obtain on any
subject lo which lie wishes to refer.
Its typographical execution, inclu
ding its .r,000 illustrations, 53
colored maps, and numerous tables,
can hardly be excelled. Thcsize of
the woik, in its three handy volumes,
furnished at a moderate cost, renders
it convenient for daily use, and
within the means of almost every
one. The statistical tables in the
third volume, referring to nearly
every branch of information, and
corrected to a recent date, are so
comprehensive ns to be invaluable to
all. Having been for many years
familiar with tiie leading publica
tions of this class, I am certain that
residents of these Islands, who pur
chase a copy of this Cyclopedia, will
prizo it and never regret having
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon at -1 :30. The
following is the programme :
March Xorah Hansen
Overture Italian In Algl is.... Rossini
Rallop Stiect Cars Arndt
Selection The Puritans Bellini
Waltz Vienna llon-Uons Strauss
Dance The Aborigines Tlilere
A gentleman lately from Cape
Town, Africa, said to a Detroit re
porter that the diamond fields were
by no means exhausted. Tho lead
ing diamond mine i3 the crater of
an extinct volcano, which, since
1870, has given to the world at least
8100,000,000 worth of diamonds,
and is still yielding at least Slf,000,
000 worth yearly. The crater has
been emptied to a depth of 300 feet.
Experts have bored down to almost
endless dephs, however, and report
the supply us practically inexhausti
ble. Although the workmen are
naked, have their hair clipped, arc
closely watched and liable to severe
punishment for stealing, they get
away with a great many diamonds
by swallowing them. Crystals
abound among tho more precious
stones, and are distinguished by be
ing hard and unyielding when touch
ed by the tongue, whilo diamonds in
the rougli are velvety to the touch.
uPPfclt FOIt SLE,
Plhciiur Bier, in cpiarts and p'n'',
supeilor Clurcts, ns (.bateau Litour,
Champagne-", of Chus. Parro, C.trto
Blanche. Lo Brim Purcs & Co.,
Best Schlo lam Gin, In stono and glass,
Brandies oT nil Uindt?,
S ipuiinr Port and Sherry,
Ma'ugi Wliii. .Madeira,
Buiieuicllue, Mm u qiilue,
C iravio, Ornugu BlttvM,
O unie r'o Pralines, Cranio do Cicao.
fcniptv DcmMoluiH, yt, 1, 3 and 5 gaih..
Als?D, B'Bt Piiitlnml Cement, ot dteh.
man & Liefman,
Patent Steel l-pnint Barb Wire, at gicat.
ly riduccd prices,
S igar, KIco mid Pailily Bags,
Pianos of dlllt'HMit maker.
Por Sale bv
Ed. UCvPaCI'ILAEUEU & Co..
622 8w Queen Street.
Books and Accounts and Cus
torn House Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
Qenornl Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telophonol72 P.O. Box 316.
Quarterly Bills !
Quarterly Bills I
Jno. A. Palmer
Will di3tribut3 and collect
Ofiloe,Ojm,)lelt'j 111 ck, upstairs,
itcoin No. 7.
70 Ho el Street.
Best Manila, Havana and American
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity Pa r, LI tlo Bcnutic, Gold
liar, Three King Hint the Pet
Chowing and Smoking Tobacoo,
Cut Foil and Plug.
Tho liilliurd Tallies of this establish-
mont lmo heen 10 covered and
lcvclul which mikes them
tho Lest in town.
Gingor Ale and Soda Water on loo.
KT Call and mo me. -Ta
No. C3 Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Walking Sticks,
Mailo ot every kind of
Bracket", U jrnice.s, Curtain l'ole3, &c.'
made ot the latest designs.
to Tin: Ti,vDii:s or hoxoIiULU
MRs. G VSCCXXK,
DKESSMAKkR. having returned'
has lCMimeil business.
Fe.Ulicr.s Cluimd, lK'cd mid Cm led In
all the ncwisthailc?.
Corner ot Kin and nichard Streets.
By Jack Malone, he by Lexington
Is' dim, Ivy Leaf, bv imported Atihtru
II in; ".'nil dam, Buy Flower, ly Lexing
ton; 3rd dam, Bay Lcif, by Imported
Yorkbhlro: tth dam, Impoiicd Maria
Blue t, hy P.iilo da Put ih. etc., etc.
ii:i.(ini' was bred uf the g e it Wood
burn Pa in, near Lexington, Ky., by the
lute It. A. AUxmder, and waa sold to
W. 1.. 1'iltci.ard, of Saciamcn'o, CM.,
for 1)500 . He Hands loi.f hands,
weigh-. l,"fl' II f., oml i a hiight clic.-t-nutcolir.
D iriMg hi taclng career he
d iwiio I many a fuvoilte, and won mati.v
a Imuulif money for Ids ouiits, and
inotcJ hinuclf one of the pi cutest of
Inn sus our a dittance, most of hi ruccd
living al two and four iidlie. He ha
already Bind scvird colts in California
that i.ru wiiiii'-r, iimoni; wliinli it'c
Lizdc D.iuliir. Young Baznar, Soplili,
and another called thcBizanr Minerva
Cdt, ho hciiu' out (f .Minerva ly Im
potted Ljaming on tho she of Parole
anil IioqnoK Lizzie Dunbar eieatly
distinguished herclf last year in her
two.yciir.nld form hy dcfoitin; ono of
Ihc largest fields ot tuo.ycar.olds tlint
cv,r slut to 1 in California, iitnon which
w.-ro the two heuutlful lllliis brctight
haio list Sin hip by Mr. Ancw, ili-taueo
mile; time, l.OlJ, the fa-test time on
recoid for two-year.olds ut tho dUtimce.
This year sho has won several impor.ant
events, and has proved he. self to bo a
cruel; lines year old.
Jln.utir has now been brought hank
to II innli. lii, unit will remain here tin
balance of till year, and brctdcrt), hoise
i owi ors mid siocK raisers miouiii avail
thciNbclves of tho opportunity to obtain
lil oi vices while Uiiy have the chance.
Terms, 610. Payable at tlmo of
I Tno Imported Clydesdalo Stallion
Dniiuld JHiinio, Jr., will maud at
the tame fine and place at fc'lO for ihu
S'aton. Ho wtu bred tn Cunuda, hind
h., Impoiu-d I'ounld Dlnnlo, and nut of
an imported Cljdcsdulo marc. Ho Is a
Icautifid dajiplu grey, 10 hands hij-li,
and weighs 1,400 Ibs.s is viry active,
anil as line a largo hornu in could bo
Also, tint linn lirgo Imported Ken
tucky .lack HtimpMm. Tals lr one
of H o lirgou .lacks that we could flail
in Oilifoinla. and li an animal of im
menie Ik ne; is a very sure breeder, an I
should hu libjrally patronized, as ho is
ono of the voiy bert animals of his
kind. Terms, S'.O for the reason.
The public nro cordially Invited to
call unJ inspect the above animals.
Marshfltld, Sept. 10, 188-1. 818 t(
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St.,
The general public arc invited to give us a call and inspect,
at our opening, our new and select stock of Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods; Ladies', Children's, anil 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 Infants' SI1003. '
IS. COI-3CIV Ac OO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
lmportersi&ADealors in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets., Etc., Etc.
Fence "Wive and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To make room for n JLaizo Stock or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and San Francisco.
All stock on hand during tho next 30 days will bo sold for cash,
consisting in purl of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OP MUSI3 GOOD3.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centi'O Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Large Variety of Fancy Go ids.
725 lm 3L,YC.A Ac Co.
Just Received ex S S Alameda,
Grapes, Pears, Finis. Peacies, Ajplas aid Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins and shell.
And u full line of Fresh Sliinle Groceries.
Ieland Orders solicited. . Telephone No. 210. P. O. Box 217.
(1. D. FIIKLTH.
Vf. C. r-KACOCK
Freeth. & Peacock,
3 Nunn.nu Street.
ItO.SOLULU, 11. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Genoral Commission Merchants,
OFFER FOR SALE
At the Lowest Xnilcct Itntca
a lar::c and well selected stock of
the.Cl.olccsttud most Favorite
&c., &c., Ac.,
All Goods Guaranteed,
find otders tilled promptly.
T. O. Box 8C0.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
. . r..ii7,fcJ.'3.
KKNNEDY & CO.)
- 67 & 69 Hotel St
A Larp Assortment
White & Colored Matting
- kou f.uj:
At tho lowoEt PriceB
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's
SEP. WOTAI&Co (composed of no '
Yec, Ho Pa Ut, Ho On nnd Ming
Wn) limine; uouudit from Lo Sam Sing
the Rh c Plantation, with tho In use. chi.
tie and imnument , at Walmdn, Ewa,
Inland of Oihu, winch the ta l Lo i-Hm
Sing buij-litfiun the Sum Hop Cora,
puny (composed of Lo Kim Pwok and
Ah Chun), licrchy glvo nntii.e ilmt all
claims ngiiinfct inn taiil Plantation to
dnteaio to be set tied li' the said Lo Sam
Hnu:. All persons are wuriicd agalmt
cut Ing ircc nn the o-lnte at the t How
Ilil'Lnmls: K itln, Aina I.oi; Kalinlaa,
Alna Lol; Kmimiuml, Aina I.oi : Paa
kea-k', ho PuuonoLocoj and Kapou.
wela, Alna Kolu.
SEE WO TAI & CO.
Waimalu, August 27th, 1884.
Hull l'roiirnitniu'H !
NEW DESIGNS, Just received from,
. Han Francisco, at Tun Daily Hul.