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MONDAY, OCT. (!, 1881.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from ihmiii of to-day, Oct. I!
Suit Set & ''-
SunllMo 17 r.:i.
MoonlUsei 7 4b.
High Tide (small) 0 00.
m High Tide (large) 1" IK).
WINIl IVII MUATIICIt
'( onitl Iruni noon jrttvrilny!
Atl",?l"0,,."l, Tlienmimptur Ituln.
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I :su.oo xh.oii no.ll lUus I ;i!3 I ;a s o.k
Wind, XV. MIrIiI fqiinllMj Hly, Imfy; Sea,
Diamond Head, Oct. (J, ilp.M
Light S. W. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
H)Il 8A.V PIlAXClPCO.
Mariposa Lracs Il-tinliilu, Oct. 15
. Alumcdii,... Leaves IIouolulu, Nov. 1st
' PACIFIC M AIL S.sT CO.
l'OIt AUCKLAND AND SYUXL.V:
Sttiir City or Sydney Nov 1
I'Oll BAN I'JIAKClbCO.
Stmi' Australia Oct. 20
Stmr Iwnlsitii from Kuu.ii
Stmr Kllauea Hon from Windward P'ts
Stmr C It HMiop from llnmakiia
Schr Mary Foster front Walntea
Sohr.Maiiuokawal from lioolau
Schr Jtoli Roy from lvoolau
Hchr ICawallanl ft out Koolau
Stmt- Llkcllko for ICithulul
Schr Caterlna for Hanalel
Schr AVaiehit(for Walnliia
Schr Rainbow for ICoolau
Schr Kamol for Lanpnliochoc
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Ivlnatt for Windwaid PorN
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr O Jt lllliop for Itaiiiakua
StmrKllauea llou for Windward Potts
Itktuc Euieka for San Frauoleo
Schr Nettle Merrill for Lahalna
VESSELS IN "PORT.
II IJ.MTsukuba, Atldjl
S S ISoriloaux, I'hllipot
Ship El Dorado. Humphries
itktnu Eureka, Lee
J!k Foipt Queen, XclUon
Front Kauai, iter Iwalani, Oct 5 Mr
Kealoha, J 0 Hilton, A Sinclair. Mrs E
Alolare, Mrs M L J.ovcll, J 1) Mailln,
ItCatton. Mr.s M .r Jtowcll, Mr Ahln,
Rev .1 K Hamma, .1 Kalwi and hon.
Stmr Iwalani brought 110 bales of
wool, 12 hides 20 bags of rice and 200
StmrKllauea Hon brought 300 bags
Scltr Kawallaul brought 1139 bags of
Stmr Lehua will lay up this week for
The S S Bordeaux Is having her boiler
The French btig Tow era hound for
San FmncNcnjvitli oranges from Tahiti
and -which called at this port a few
weeks ago for provisions returned this
morning leaking ety badly and short
of food. She was within 700 utiles of
till! coast, but tlio weather was rough
and all her beams were working and at
every linigo she made she- would open
forward and admit considerable water
which kept iter pumps lit constant tiio
tton. She was forced to put about and
steer for this port as It was feared she
could not reach the coast.
The bktne Eureka will sail to-morrow
at 2 pm, with about It.'iO tons of sugar
Schr Mary Foler bi ought 750 bags of
Schr Manuokawal brought 800 bags
of paddy and lS hides. She Is being
hove, down for tepalr.s.
Stmr O It Bishop brought 1002 bags
of sugar and 22 head of cattle.
In this city. Sept. Otli, 1S8-I, to.tho
wife of Mr. .1. W. Hingloy, a son.
Tocal & cen'eral Yews! '
Two nicely furnished rooms to let.
Tnu new telephone eatds will be
Tin: tower for the Ivnumnknpili
Church is looming up.
Tin: Tax Appeal Board com
mences to sit at the Police Court to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Wi: buy for cash, and sell for
cash ; therefore- can, and do, sell
cheap. Iving Bros. 835 3t
Jin. John William 1'llugcr has
' becu granted letters patent of
denization, by His Majesty the
Tin: rubbish in front of the new
bank building has been removed, but
that sido of the road still needs
Cau!.ni:t Photos S3 per doz, cards
t per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for-
meily A. A. Montano's. 820 tf
Tub S. S. Bordeaux is now along
side the P. M. S. S. Co.'s wharf.
Her Portugiicso " immigrants arc
landed, and she is now discharging
Suvkiial letters directed to the
Colonics vteic not forwarded by the
Zcalundia, owing to insulllcicnt post
age. When will people Icnvn that
the postage i3 12 cents?
A vouso boy from Kauai was
received at. thu leper receiving station
yesterday. Dr. Parker examined
him at noon, and he will have to
report in two months' time. :
Vomi:s assembled at n dress
reform convention in San Francisco,
lately, declared that woman should
be allowed to wear trousers, and the
tinsympatiiizing Chronicle calls them
Anotiikk Chinese shanty is being
erected in Nuunmi Valley, right in
front of Mr. P. C. Jones' residence.
It .is perfectly abominable to allow
such buildings to lie built on our
pretty valley road.
Maiiia Fernandez, a Portuguese
woman who arrived' by the S. S.
Bordeaux, has been examined by
Dr. Carpenter, and on his testimony
committed to the Insane Asylum by
Tins afternoon fourteen children
of newly-arrived Portugiicso immi
grants were christened at the Roman
Catholic Cathedral. A large retinue
off i lends repaired to the ceremony
with lite parents of the little
Tin: October term of the Supreme
Court opened this morning at 10
o'clock. The first case, which is
still on trial, is that of a. native,
named Kaui, for perjury at Koolau
poko. Judge McCully presides, and
the jury is Hawaiian.
Tin: Kight Kcv. Bishop Willis
went to Waialtia, Saturday, and held
service there yesterday, returning
home late in the evening. The
church nt that place is in charge of
ltcv. A. Clark. At this visit the
Bishop confirmed two candidates.
Soiiooi.-masthk Bickcrton's four
pupils, who were ordered to put in an
appearance this morning, failed to
do so. They will bo arrested and
punished for contempt of Court. We
have noticed two of the rascals loaf
ing round the streets during the
latter part of last week.
Tin: JioMon Traveller of Sept.
1 1 tit has the following: "Mrs.
Charles Furucaux, of the Sandwich
Islands, formerly of Boston, is visit
ing her son, Mr.Ch.is. II. Furucaux,
and wife. Mrs. Furucaux is the
wife of the talented Boston artist,
who has been several years in the
Tin: sixth annual meeting of the
National Telephone Exchange Asso
ciation was commenced in Philadel
phia September lGth. The first day
Mr. John Cassidy, the well-known
Superintendent of the Hawaiian Bell
Telephone Co., was chosen an honor
ary member. John was present and
expressed his wants.
Pamai.o the young native who was
sentenced by Judge Bickerton to one
month's imprisonment for striking
Capt Clunie on the head with a soda
wntcr bottle, and appealed to the
Intermediary Court, has had bis
appeal heard. Judge McCully con
firmed the Police Court sentence and
added 10 more days to the sentence.
Ik looking over the Friend for
October, a copy of which is to hand,
we find very little original matter, a
great deal being clipped from the
Saturday Press. In a letter to the
Editor, Mr. L. II. Gulick describes
a visit to the tomb of Confucius, and
the last page is as usual occupied b'
tho Y. M. C. A. news.
Tub Anylicun Church Chronicle
for October, has been laid on our
table. "Wo have read the leading
articles carefully through and recom
mend our readers to do the same.
A visit to Kauai, by one of tho
editors, is described in a very inter
esting manner. Educational, home
and foreign church matters, make
up a very excellent number.
L.VhT evening the ltcv. J. A. Crtt
zan proached upon the subject, "An
Unerring lf4icctivc," taking for
texts the passages, "Bo sure your
sin will find you out," from Num
bers, and, "The wages of sin is
dentil, but tho gift of God is eternal
life in Jesus Christ," from Romans.
Sin was tho saddest fact, ho said,
and there was no half-way about it
in tho Bible, which was the most un
complimentary book in the world,
lie proceeded to elaborate the pro
positions, that sin brought sure re
tribution even in this life; that
suffering was inseparable from sin
as illustrated in tho cases of Bill
Sykca, Lady Macbeth, Caidinal
Wolseley and Aaron Burr ; that sin
would prove an "uneiting detective"
in pursuing its victim to the giouud,
and that relief from sin could at any
moment be found, as Saul the per
secutor and Bunynn the profligate
hail found it, in the "now and living
Cot.. Geo. W. Macfarlane lias
kindly fowarded to us by the Zcalan
dia some very handsome photo-lithographs
of different views on this
island, presented by the Oceanic
Steamship Co. Also, a very neat
little folder with artistically executed
views of Honolulu, setting forth the
many advantages of our excellent
and well-managed Hotel.
At St. Andrews Cathedral, yester
day morning, Holy Communion was
celebrated by the ltcv. Alex. Mack
intosh, the Itev. George' Wallace
preaching. In the evening, the
music and hymns were selected with
special reference to the dcatli of the
lato Mr. Henry May. Mr. Wallace
again preached, taking his text from
Genesis G, verse -i, "There wetc
giants in tile earth in those daj's."
Fivi: drunks in the Police Com t
this morning. One of them wns sent
to prison for 10 days, the others had
to pay the usual fine of $0. W. S.
Morchcad, for driving faster than a
walk over School street bridge, was
lined 85. August Fernandez and
his wife, for assault and battery on a
ChiiiamaUjforfcitcd their bail amount
ing to S-12. Jos. Williams, for lar
ceny of a horse the property of Hon.
S. G. Wilder, was remanded until
the 8th inst.
Ox Saturday evening, at the resi
dence of Dr. S. G. Tucker, Emma
street, Mr. Jay Greene, of this city,
was united in wedlock to Miss M.
A. Hilton, of Oakland, California, by
tho llev. J. A. Cruzan. The cere
mony was witnessed by a number of
friends, and a reception was held
later. The presents wero numerous
and handsome, amongst them being
a very beautiful silver ice-water
pitched, gold lined, presented by the
Geo. W. Do Long Post G. A. It.,
through Commander JohnNott. The
pitcher wns suitably engraved, and
one of the drinking cups had the
initials of the happy couple engtaved
on it. The groom is foreman for
G. W. Lincoln & Co., and is well
known for his masterly oration
delivered on July 1th, at the Hotel
grounds. Long life and happiness
is the wish of the Bui.i.ktix.
Mcissonier tried to hoax his gard
ener tho other day. "Do you know
these seeds?" asked the painter,
showing the man a packet of dried
herring roe. "Yes," was the reply,
"they arc those of Polypus Jluni
nuts, a very rare tropical plant."
Mcissonier smiled sweetly, and asked
the gardener how long they would
take to grow, and he said promptly,
"Fifteen days." ' "Then plant
them," said tltc planter. Ho told
the story to a number of friends,
and invited them to dinner to see the
denouement on the fifteenth da'.
As they were sitting at their wine
the gardener sent a message to the
effect that Mcissonier's plants had
that morning sprouted. "Oh," said
the painter, "this is too impudent,
but lot us go and see what the fellow
means." They went, but the laugh
was against Mcissonier when his
gardener led them to a little bed
screened from the sun, and lifting a
glass bell, showed four rows of red
herrings sticking in tho ground.
OFFKU FOR SALE,
13x XCeeenL A.i-rivttlw,
PilFcncr lleor, in quarts and pints,
Superior Clarets, us Chateau JVttoiir,
Champagnes, of Clrns. Fane, Carlo
Blanche, Lo Iliun Freres & Co.,
Ilest Schiedam Olit, In stone anil glass,
llrandics of all kinds,
Superior l'oit and Shetiy,
Malaga AVitio. Madeira,
Ctiraijao, Oiango Bittern,
Cienio do 1'raliuei, Crento do Cacao,
Emptv Demijohns ji 1, M anil fi galls.,
AUo, Best Portland Cement, ot Steh.
man & Llefmnn,
Patent Steel -1-polttt Barb-Wlru, at great-
ly reduced prices,
Sugar, Hlco and Paddy Bags,
I'lnuos of different makers.
For Salu by
Ed. HOFF3CHLAKOEU & Co..
622 2v Queen Street.
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom H0U80 Business prompt
ly, carofully nnd accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Iliulnesa Agent, Merchant St,
Telephone 172 P. 0. Box 315.
Quarterly Bills !
Quarterly Bills !
Jno. A. Palmer
Will distribute and collect
Olllee, Campbell' Block, upjlairs,
.".t Hoom So. 7. 8!10
70 Hotel Street.
Bost Manila, Havana and Amorican
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity Fair. Little Beaulic, Gold
Bar, Three Kings and the Pet
Chowing and Smoking Tobacco,
Cut Foil and Plug.
Tho Billiard Tables of this establish-
meiit hntu been ic covered and
leveled, which makes them
the best In town.
Ginger Ale and Soda Water on Ice.
C2T Call and fee me. -a
No. Gil Hotel street,
i Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and "Walking Sticks,
.Made of every kind of
Brackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &c.'
iu.idu ot tho latebt designs.
TO THK Ij.VOII'.S !' HONOLULU
DUESSMAKEU, having returned'
has resumed business.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Curhd in
all the newest shades.
Coiner of King and IEtrhard Street..
it itolcld !
By Jack M alone, he by Lexington.
1st dam, Ivy Leaf, hr imported Austra
lian; 2nd dam, Bay Flower, by Lexing
ton; Ord dam, Bay Leaf, by 'imported
Yoikshiro: -1th dam, Imported .Maria
Black, by Philo da Putah, etc., etc.
Ilnznur was bred at the great Wood
buin Faun, near Lexington, Ky., by the
late It. A. Alexander, and wns sold to
V. L. Pritchard, of Sacramento, Cab,
for $r,00l. He stands 10W hands,
weighs l,0(T lbd., and Is a bright chest
nut color. During his racing career he
downed many a favorite, and won many
a hatful of mnncy for his owners, anil
moved himself one of the gicatcst of
noises over a distance, most of bis races
being nt two and four miles. He has
already sired several colts In California
that aro wi unfit!, among which nio
Lizzie Dunbar, Yourtg Baanr, Sophia,
and another called tho Baznnr Minerva
Colt, ho being out of Minerva by Im
poited Lcnntiiiglon, the she of Parole
and Iroquois, l.lzio Dunbar greatly
distinguished herself last year in her
two-year-old form by defeating ono of
tho largest fields of two.ycnr.olds that
uver started in California, among which
were tho two beautiful flllks biought
hero lust Spring by Mr. Agnow, distance
?u mile; time, 1.0H4, thu fattest tlino on
record for two-year-olds nt tho distance.
This year she has won hcvernl important
events, and has proved heiself to lie a
crack thrce-yenr old.
Jtimuir has now been brought hack
to Honolulu, and will remain here thu
balance of this year, nnd breeders, horso
owners and stock rnlscrs should avail
themselves of tho opportunity to obtain
his services while they havo the chance.
TcrniN, g-IO. Payable nt lime of
Tho Imported Clydcsdulo Stallion
Donald IHiinic, Jr., will stand nt
tho same time and place at fl.'lO for tho
season. He was bred in Canada, hired
by Imported Donald Dinnic, and out of
nn Imported Clydesdale marc. Ho id a
beautiful dnppfo grey, 10 hands high,
and weighs 1,400 lbs.; is very active,
nnd ns tine a large horiu as could be
Also, tho line large Imported Ken
tucky Jack SitiiipHOii. This is ouo
of the lnrgo3t Jacks that wo could llnd
in California, and Is an animal of Im
mense bono; is a very suro breeder, nnd
should bo liberally patronized, ns ho is
ono of the very best animals of his
kind. 'JlYriUM, 8HO for thu season.
Tho public aro cordlnlly Invited to
call and Inspect the above animals.
Marshllclil, Sept. 10, 1881. 818 t(
Grand and Successful Opening
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Opposite the New Bank Building, FortlSL,
The general public are invited to give us a call and inspect,
at our opening, our new and select stock 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 Klcgaul
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Missies', Children's,
and Infants' Shoes.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Fence "Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &e., &e.
Selling at Cost
To mnko room for a
New Goods to
Prom London, New York, and San Francisco. 's
All slock on hand during tho next 30 days will bo sold for oaoh,
consisting in part of ,
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,'
AXD ALL KINDS OP MUSIC GOOD3.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Large Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm DLiYOAJV Sc Co.
Family Grocers. - -
Just Received ox S S Alameda,
Graps, Pears, Plums. Mete, Amies mi Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins and shell.
Anil a I'n II line of LYeuli Sinplc GrucericH.
Island Oiders solicited. Telephone No. 2-10. P. O. llox 21)7
11. U. K1IKKTII.
W. C. PEACOCK 1
Freeth & Peacock,
2.C Xiiuniiu NCri'ol.
IIONOI.l'LlI, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OFFER FOH SALK
At the IjinrcHt Market Itao.s
a laro and well selected stock of
tlie01ioiccst nnd most Favorite
litauds of ,
&C, &.C., &c,
All Goods Guaranteed,
r.ttd orders filled promptly.
p. o. iios aco.
S. OOHW Sc OOK;
Etc., Etc.. Etc.
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for 30 Days !,
I.arjc Htork or
Arrive Soon i
KKXNF.UY Is CO.)
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1 St ..
A Lane Assortment
At tho lowo&t Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's
SEP. AVO TAf & Co. (composed of Ho
Yce, Ho Pa Ynt, Ho On and Jllng i
AVn) Inn Inp bought from Lo Sam Sing
the Rico Plantation, with the house, cat
tlo and implement;, at W.ilmalu, Ewa,
Island of O.ihu, which tlio said Lo Sam
Sing bought from tlio Sam Hop Com.
puny (composed of Lo Kau Fook nnd
Alt Chun), hcroby givo notice that all
claims against tho said Plantation to
date aru to be settled by the haid Lo Sam
Sing. All persons are warned ngnlnst'
cutting tiecs on the estate nt tlio follow-j
lug Lands; Knulu, Alnn Loi ; KahHlna,'
Almi Lolj Kmunlumi, Ainu Loi; Pan-'
kea-ikl, ho Piuioiio Loco; ami ICnpou.
wclu. Altm Kolu. -
ST.' P. Wd 'P.r r. nn ' M
Waiinalu, August 27th, 18S1.
Hull l'roKrniuiut'M I
NEW DESIQNS, just received from",
San l'rancisco, ut The Daily Hut.