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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 8,' 1881.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-lny, Oct. 8
Sun Sol & ju
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Moon Rises J15.
High Tido (Hinall) 7 00.
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- Diamond Hcntl, Get. 8, Sp.st
Light S. W. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
KOIl SAN KJIANCISCO.
Murlpoii Loaves Honolulu, Oct. 15
Alameda.... Leaves llonolnlu. Nov. 1st
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
KOlt AUCKLAND AND BMINUVi
Stmr City of Sydney Nov 1
ron ban niANcisco.
Stmr Australia Oct. i!(l
llnrk Calbai leu from S. 1'.
Hgtno Clans .SpieeKels from S. 1'.
S.S. iliulposn from S. F.
Uaik Emerald from l'oi t Townsciul
Sehr l'uiialil from llanalel
Sehr Kekanliiolil from llanalel
Sehr Walmalu fioni Koloa
Stinr .Tas Makcc from ICanal
Stmr llokolli for Windward Ports
Sclir Jlanuokaw al for Koolan
Uktiic Eureka for San FraneUeo
II 1 .) I Tsukuba, Ailtljl, for Japan
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sehr Pauahl for llanalel
VESSELS IN PORT.
SS Rouleaux, 1'Iilllpot
Ship El Do.-atlo, Humphries
Hark C It HMiop, Woltcrs
Ilk Foret Queen, Xcllson
S S -Mailpoa, llayward
Hark Emerald, Gutter
Hark Calbarlen, Jlnbbaril
Ugtnc Clans Spieckels, Dicw
Fioni San Fianelco, per bk Calbarl
en. Oct 7 Mis E E Hinds. Miss L
Muther, U W Puffer, It W Webster, Mr
Lugg and E X Gough.
For Kanai, per Iwalanl, Oct 7 D
Orel'', A 3L Spronll, A 1) llaiiucberg, L
Kaltofen. iMlss L Hehard, D D Bald
win, O T UUg-stockc, Madame Cora,
Mrs Cnthbert and child, "V It Lawrence,
Capt oss,Mis EE Hinds, I) Shep
herd, AV G Kellogg, W Eberling and
"wife, Jos Mllliken. F .1 Fitzgerald, J
llnrrows, MlbS A F .lohnsoii, Mrs. F
IMndt and John Howe.
From San Franci-co. per Mariposa,
Mis P lthodcs,F C Gieen and wife, T
M Henderson, wife and child, Mrs Ar T
Alexander, Mis F Hlrsberg. Mrs G A
AValkcm. G W Hinge", .) F Jlrowii,
wife and child, Mrs II Tm ton, J X
AVrlgbt and wife, It AVIntersteln, S
Epliraini, Mrs P I) Ongliura, Miss E
Hert, W M Giffaid, J AV Kalua, G F
Holmes, J TMcCrosser.lt Lowers ami
wife, S J Levey, Mrs E S Cnnlia, C A
Chappln and wife, Miss L C Green, AV
O Smith and wife, AV J llrodie, J Brodie
and wife, C Lutz, J Ilotlng, Mrs A
Foulnos, AV II ltlcliardon, AV A Bailey
and 30 in steerage. .
The bk C It Bishop went on the Ma
rine Itaihvay this morning.
Schr Panalil brought 1549 bags of
Tliobgtno Clans Spreckels, CaptDrew
arrived last evening, 12 days from San
Francisco. Sim bionght 20 mules, 7
horses, 4 cows and 1 bull, 2CS9 sks bar
ley, 200 bks Hour, SO sks bran, 475 bbls
of lime, etc. She is consigned to Irw hi
Tlio bk Calbaricn, Capt Hubbard ar
livcd yestculay uftcinooii, 1 1 days from
San Francisco with 1770 sks of Hour,
031 sks of barley, 011 sks of bran, 403
bales of hay, 503 sks of salt, 41 sks of
bone meal, 10 1 doois, 455 bbls of lime,
110 pes of Iron pipe, 25 kegs, 23 bxs and
8 cs of giant powder, 110210 bricks, 100
tons of sand, 000 M shingles, etc. Sho
Is consigned to Ifackfeld & Co.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
TimiK will bo no rehearsal of the
Amateur Musical Society this week.
Mi:. Thos. G. Thrum is laid up
with an attack of acute dyspepsia.
Ciiinusk express driver No. 128
was driving u very lame horse this
AW. return our thanks to Purser
Guard of the Mariposa for a late file
, , .
Dk. J. Iirodic the veterinary sur
geon arrived by the Mariposa accom
panied by his wife.
H. R. II. Princess Likelike will bo
at homo to-morrow afternoon at her
Tin: steam roller was working on
the new btrcct ncaily opposite the
Police station, this morning.
AVi: buy for cash, and sell for
cash; therefore can, and do, sell
cheap. King Hros. 835 3t
Caiunt.t Photos S3 per doz, cards
SI per doz at .Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for
merly A. A. Montihio's. 820 tf
miii.un iiijii jAjjyimimiL)
Mn. l II. Ilnysclilcn, the tax
assessor, was out lo-ilay. Ho looks i
as if ho hail just conic from the China
Tin: S. S. City of Paris arrived at
Marseilles, .September 27lli', and at
London on the 30th. All well on
Tin: Fire Police are notified to
attend a meeting this evening at 7.30
o'clock in the hall of Mechanic's
Engine Co., No. 2.
Tiir.ui: is n town in Arkansas which
struggles under the name of "Llm-
bttrgcr". We'll wager a cent that
it's a live town.
Tin: Gazette suggests that the
Reformatory .School Hand be intro
duced to the public during the vaca
tion of the Koyals. Seconded.
Tin: bark 0. 11. Bishop Avas hauled
on tho Marine Railway carljr this
morning, the wind having been too
fresh for the operation last evening.
S. J. Lr.vr.Y & Co., has received
per S. S. Mariposa, line assortment
of fresh fruit, fish and vegetables.
Call early and secure your choice.
Bom the arithmetic and the sing
ing classes of the Y. M. C. A. were
postponed Inst evening, owing to the
inability of their respective teachers
Lyons & Levey will sell at noon
to-morrow, 5.r boxes of apples, 50
bags of potatoes and 10 bags of
onions. Their regular cash sale
takes place at 10 o'clock.
Miis F. Ilirshberg returned by the
Mariposa with an elegant assortment
of millinery, which will be opened in
a few days at the store of Mr. N. S.
Sachs, Fort, street.
Lkwis & Co. have received by the
Mariposa fresh peaches, several kinds
of grapes, apples, California salmon,
Eastern oysters in tin and shell,
celery and soused pig's feet. Order
Mils. G. A. Walkeni, wife "of a
distinguished Judge at Vancouver's
Island, arrived by the Mariposa and
will spend several months here. She
is a niece of the Hon. Godfrey
Tin: ten cent store has been pur
chased by Kennedy & Co., and will
be known hereafter as tho Hawaiian
Bazar. Great improvements arc
being made read' for receiving a
large quantity of new goods.
Mit. Samuel Nott lias received by
the S. S. Bordeaux, a splendid as
sortment of pocket and table knives,
and razors, direct from the celebrated
manufactory of AVostcnholm & Co. ,
In tho Police Court this morning,
II. Williams for disturbing the quiet
of the night in tho vicinity of St.
Louis College, was remanded until
to-morrow, as was Elizabeth Robin
son for assault and battery on Susan
This morning, Mrs. Miriam Ivcau
swore out a warrant for the arrest
of her husband James Ivcau, the poi
man, for beating her last evening.
,11c will have his case tried to-morrow.
This is a nice specimen of n
man to represent this city in tho
King John of Abyssinia has pre
sented to Queen Victoria an clc
phnnt weighing 8,000 pounds. In
all probability the Queen desires that
her royal sons ma' "sco tho ele
phant" without the knowledge of tho
Hack Inspector Worn! showed us
this morning a small brass plato with
a perforated number intended for
carriage lamps. They can be mado
cither of brass or tin, and every
driver will have to have one fixed to
his lamp. The idea i3 u very good
one, it can't bo washed out, and the
number will be seen very plainly at
Tin: first case of contempt of
Court ever heard before His Honor
Judge IMckcrton in tho Police Court,
was acted upon this morning. Tho
three men Preston, "Willio and
Fisher, who were charged with vag
rancy last week and ordered to ap
pear on Monday morning, failed to
do so, consequent!' they were ar
rested and brought up this morning.
His Honor said, when he made an
older It was to be obeyed and not
ticaled with contempt. As a warn
ing he should fino them each $5.
Hon. J. W. Kalua returned by
the Mnriposu. lie reports having
a splendid time, antKlooks well,
particularly so. in his brand new
suit cut in the latest style, with a
Cleveland hat on his pate.
His Majesty the King gave a fare
well lunch this noon to the captain
and ofllcci-s of H.I.J.M.S. Tsukaba.
Tho 'Royal Hawaiian Band was in
attendance. The ship left at 2 : 15
p. m., for Japan.
Tin: S. S. Mariposa anived
shortly beforo 1 1 o'clock from Sun
Francisco. Amongst her passen
gers wc notice Henry Wntci house,
It. Lowers &- wife, Miss Pattlo
Rhodes, AV. O. Smith & wife, J. F.
Brown & wife, S. J. Levey and AV.
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Tin: complimentary concert given
by the Band last evening, in honor
of Mrs. Judge Hall, of Nevada, was
a very fine one. I'ufortiumtcly the
weather was showery, diiving away,
before the concert was half over,
most of the small audience that oc
cupied the lawn at the start. A de
lightfully varied and well-played
programme was executed, nnd the
singing of the lads was, as usual,
fine. Upon the verandah a distin
guished company gave audience, in
cluding His Majesty the King, His
Ex. the Governor, Dr. and Mrs.
McGrcw, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Da
mon, lion. II. M. Whitney, Colonel
and Mrs. Curtis laukca, Major Ben
der and Col. Russell.
October 8th, 1881. )
As our voyage from San Francisco
to Honolulu approaches its termina
tion, wc desire to express to Capt.
II. M. llaywaid, commander of this
gallant ship, our appreciation of tiie
courtesies and kindness wo have re
ceived from him.
To the Captain and his ofllccrs,
wc owe much for the eminently
agreeable and satisfactory voyage,
and it is with pleasure tiiat wc record
our appreciation, and tender our
C. A. Chapin, Mrs. M. J. Cliapin,
AVin. John Brodie, Mrs. P. D. Gorg
ings, S. J. Levey, Julius Hoting,
Miss Etha Hert, Mrs. AV. T. Alex
ander, AV. O. Smith, Mrs. AV. O.
Smith, J. F. Brown, Mrs. J. F.
Brown, Robert Lowers, Mrs. Robert
Lowers, John AV. Kalua, II. AVatcr
housc, Geo. F. Holmes, Miss Laura
O. Green, AV. A. Bnilcy, AV. II. )
Uicharilson, U. W. Burgess, T. M.
Henderson, Mrs. T. M. Henderson,
Jas. Brodie, X. S., Mrs. Jas. Brodie,
S. Ephraim, Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Green, AV. M. Giffard, J. N. Wright,
Mrs. J. N. AVright, Mrs. G. A. AVal
kcm, Miss Rhodes, Mrs. II. Turton,
Mrs. E. S. Cunha, Miss Ella Mc
Inerny. IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS.
A banana skin lay on the grocer's
"What arc you doing there ?"
asked the Scales, peeping over the
edge of the counter.
"Oh, I'm lying in wait for the
"Phhaw!" said the Scales, "I've
been doing thatfor years." Chicago
FOR REVENUE ONLY.
She was looking for pieces for a
"Couldn't you tear off a few little
pieces from those silk patterns :"
"1 should bo delighted to do so,"
replied tho clerk, "but you see this
house is in favor of a tenr-off for re
OPFEH FOH SAI.i:,
Ex Keoent .A.rrlvn.lH,
l'llscncr IK'or, in iiiirts mid pints,
Superior Clnrcts, us Chateau iitoiir,
Lnfltlo, MciloC. ',
Champagnes, of Chap. Fane, Cute
Iliaiiche, Lu Uruii Frcre.i & Co.,
Hest Schiedam Gin, In Htonu and glass,
llrnndU'P of nil kinds,
Superior Fort nnd Sherry,
Mnlugu Wine, Mmlcirn,
! Cunigno, Orange Ulttera,
' "lmti flit 1i.i 1 1 ii on Miiiimii ilt fennr
UlUlilU tU i tlU3 VrlJtMU IIVi VIM ttVt
Empty Dcniiloluis, Ji i :5 nml " K11''3-.
AUo, Bdst Portland Cement, ot Stch-
man it Llcfmun,
Patent Steel l-pnint Harb Wire, nt gi eat-
ly reduced prices,
Sugar, lUco nnd l'nddy llngu,
Pianos of different umkerij.
For Snlo by
Ed. IIOFFSCHLAKUEU & Co..
622 2w Queen Street.
Boolto and Accounts and dia
tom Houso Business prompt
ly, carofully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Ihisinea.) Agent, Merchant fit.
Telephone 172 P.O. Box 315.
Quarterly Bills !
Quarterly Bills !
Jno. A. Palmer
Will distributo and collect
Ofllce, Campbell's Mock, upstairs,
3t ltoom No. 7. 8!)0
70 Hotol Street.
C J. MCCARTHY Prop'tor.
Best Manila, Havana and Amorican
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity Fair, Little lloatities, Gold
I5:ir, Three Ivin anil the 1'ct
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco,
Cut Foil and Plug.
The llllliaril Tallies of this establish-
nieiit hao been rerovcreil nnd
leveled, which iinlce-t them
the best In town.
Ginger Ale and Soda Water on Ice.
XSt" Call anil eco inc. "a
No. 0.1 Holei street,
Opposite lutcrr.utiomil Hotel,
Canes and "Walking Sticks,
.Made of every kind of
Bracket, Cornices, Curtain Pole?, &c.'
made ot the latest designs.
to Tin: ij.vnit'.H ot' iioxoi.ijijI!
DKESSMAKEIt, having returned'
has rciitmcd business.
Fc.ithcrs Cleaned, Dyed and Curled in
all the newest similes.
Corner of lvinr nnd llichanl Streets.
Stallions nl jMilicM !
By Jack Mnlonc, lie by Lexington.
1st dam, Ivy Leaf, bv Unpolled Austra
lian; 2nd (lnm, lluy Flower, by Lexing
ton; 3rd (lain, Hay Leaf, by Imported
Yorkshire; 4th dam, Imported ..Unria
Bliiok, by Pliilo da Putih, etc., etc.
Iluziuu' was bred nt the great Wood
bum Farm, near Lexington, Ky., by the
late 11. A. Alexander, nnd v,as hold to
W. L. Prltehard, of Sacramento, C.il.,
for $."),00l'. He stands IBM hands,
weighs 1,001 Ilia., and is a bright chest
nut color. During his racing career lie
downed ninny n favorite, and won lnmiy
n hatful of money for his owner?, anil
proved himself one of tho grentest of
horses over a dUtance, mot of his rnces
being at two ami four miles. He has
already blred several colts In California
that are winners, among which mo
Lizzie Dunbar. Young Bazaar, Sophia,
nnd miothcr called tho Bazaar Minerva
Colt, he being out of Mincrru by 1m
poitcd Leamington, tho sire of Parole
nnd IroquoU. Llzie Dunbar greatly
distinguished herself hiHt year in her
two.year-old form by defeating one of
the largest Held ot two.ycar-olds that
ever stinted lu California, among which
were the two beautiful Miles brought
hero last Spring by Jlr. Agnew, illstnncu
fii mile; time, 1.0tJj, tho fastest time on
lecoid for two-year-olds nt tho distance.
This year uho litis won bevernl Important
events, nml has proved herself to ho a
crack thioe-year old.
IJu.unr has now been brought back
to llonolnlu, and will remulii hero tho
bnhinco of tlila yeir, and breedcid, horse
owners nnd stock raisers should avail
tlinniKplvpg nf llm nnnnrtiinltv tn (tltluln
hi j fervlcea while they Imvo the chance.
Terms, 810. Payable nt lime of
Tho Imported Clydeadalo Stallion
I Donald IHnnie. .5r., will stnnd nt
the bnme time and plnco nt SUO for tho
! Hcason. Ho was bred in Canada, hired
by Imported Donald Dlnnio, and out of
nu imported Chdcsdnlii mare, lie Is a
beautiful dapple groy, 10 hands high,
and weighs 1,400 lbs.; is cry active,
' nnd ns Hue u large horae as could be
Also, Hie flno lurgo Imported Ken
tucky .luck Mnm)Noii. This is cue
of tho largest .Jacks Hint wo could Mad
in California, and U nu animal of im
mense bono; is n very Hiiro breeder, mid
should ho liberally pitronlcd, as ho Is
one of the very beet animals of his
kind. Terms, ijjIlO for the season.
The public nro cordially Invited to
call and inspect the above animals.
Marshflcld, Sept. 15, 1881. 818 tf
Grand and Successful Opening
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fori St.,
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 Klegant
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children',
and Infants' Shoes.
te. OOUIST Sc GO.
DILLIEGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets., eic, etc. ggSgv&;5a?.cr&y
Kencu "Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil u specially.
Painls, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing: Goods, Plated Ware, &., &e.
?j '-L"j ! jj lujai3qa'qjaags3rxTas;ggg'swwB?g
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To in nit room for n Iiarau (Stock or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, mid San FraucUio.
All stook on hand during the next 30 days will bo sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OP MUSIC C100D3.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chroinos,
And a Lnrge Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 1m 3LiYO-AJV $c Co.
Family Grocers, - -
erases, Pears, Plums. Peacles, Anion ai Gele
Eastern Oysters in tins and shell.
Ami a full He of Fresh ShtpU' (Si-oeoricw.
T.iMn.l Ordois solicited. TclcDhonc No. 210. V. O. llox 207. f7CJ
o. u. nunrrii.
W. C. I'HACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
a:t Xuuiuiu St root.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPXBIT
Gonoral Commission Morohants,
OFFER FOR SAM:
At lio liOWCHl Market Kales
a lare nnd well Rchcted Flock of
tliilOlioiceBtntid most Favorite
All Goods Guaranteed,
nnd oulers tilled nromntly.
Telunhono 40. P. O. llox 3C0.
Elc, F.lc. Etc.
kv..nki:iy & co.)
- 67 i 69 Hotel Si.
ex S S Aluincihi,
A Lane Assortment
White & Colored Matting
- KOIl hali: 4ft
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Go's
SKi: WO TAI & Co. (composed of Ho
Yce, Ho l'a Ynt, Ho On and Jllug
AVa) lialng hought from Lo Sam Sing
tho Rice IMaiitntioii, with the house, cat
tle and Implement', at Waliimlu, Evn,
Island of O.iiui, wliich tho Mild Lo Sim
Slug bought from the Sam Hop Com.
pany (composed of Lo Kiiu Foolc nnd
Ah Chun), hereby glvo notice that all
claims against the tald l'lantation to
date aro to be settled by the said Lo Sum
Slug. All persons are warned ngr.liitt
cutting trees on the estate at tho follow
ing Lands: Koulu, AIna Lol; ICahnl.ia,
Aina Lol; Knuiiilumi, Aiua Lol; Paa-kea-ikl,
he I'uuone Loco; ami Kapou.
wclii, Ainu Kolu.
SEE WO TAI & CO.
Walmaln, August 27th, IBS 1.
Itall Vi-ogrummoH !
NEW DESIGNS, just received from
Sun Francisco, at Tun Daily Udi
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