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THURSDAY, OCT. !l, 1881.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All Mine from tuioit of to-day, Out. !
Sun .Sets 0 I'.
Sun Illses 1" &
Moonltbei i :.
High Tldo (small) 7 00.
High Tide (large; 1 1 M.
WIM IMI WnVTIIKIt
'! roril Jrom noon etenluy
aYToncI. Tlioiinoiiirtup Uniii.
, Ih I I'll 2-211 21l I fill I It'll IllolSh
I iki.iii I awfl I 3u.ro ic! I Ts I ;i s o.oi
Wind, MJ Unlit; Sky, Iwr.j i Sun, Miiootli.
Diamond Head, Oct It. 3p.M
Light S. W. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Kill MX KltANCISCO.
M'iripo-..t Leaves Honolulu, Oct. 15
Ahiim,ihi....l.c.ivc4 Honolulu. Nov. 1st
voit auckland and hvdxkv:
Stmr City or Sydney Nov 1
I'pit HAN HiANCISCO.
Stmr Antmllu Oct. 20
Selir Haleakala from l'epeckeo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmv .Tas Makee for Oaliu and ICaual
Selir Kekauliiohl for Ilanalel
Stmr Kaplolanl for Walanne
Selir I'.iuahl for Haualcl
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Bordeaux, 1'hillpot
.S S Mariposa. Haywaid
Ship Kl Dorado. Huuiphilp
Haik O IMtUlmp, Woltcr
ISk Forest Queen, XclUnn
UrigTcwor.i. T.a Gui'ii
Hark Ihnerald, Gatter
Hark Calluricn. Hiibbairt
Itfttne Clan Sprcckel, 1)1 ew
From Kauai and Oaliu, per Jm Makee,
Oct 8 .Tas Gay, Mls Needhain, .Tito 11
l'aty, Mrs Anderson and Mr and Mrs
Froinl'ort Townsend, per bk Kmer
ald. Oet 8 .Fits Danlelson.
Stmr -las Makee brought SO bags of
rice and 00 hides. She will, until fur
ther oideis, sail on Friday, at 0 a in, so
as to enable her to inako all her poits
on this Island by daylight.
Selir Kekauliiohl brought 000 bags of
Selir Walmalii brought tH) bags of
rice, 200 bags of paddy. -10 bags of pin
and 50 hides.
The work on the hull of the. sehr Klm
kal will be finished to-morrow or the
ills Majo-tyS boat which is being,
built by Mr Soieuson will lie finished
The S S JJoideaux will Pall for San
FrancUco, the time of -ailing is not yet
The bk Emerald, Capt Gatter, airived
yesterday, 20 days from Fort Towiiend.
'with 070,20:1 feet of rough lumber, 102,
SS0 feet of dieted lumber and 100 M
shingle. She is consigned to II Haek
feld & Co.
Selir llaleakala brought 200 bags of
sugar. Sim will remain here for a few
days, to have a new nialn-inast put in.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Madajii: Cora has gone to Kauni
lo show the inhabitants the mysteries
Harry K. Avery lias been granted
letters patent of Denization bj His
Majesty the King.
Honolulu Symphony Club
will resume practice next week, and
give a concert at an early date.
Mil. E. I'. Adams lias a large
quantity of lino led Columbia river
salmon, catc hof 1884, for sale.
A G inch drain is being laid from
the new bank on Foil stieet lo con
nect with another on Quern httcet.
Jami:s Booth, who died of cholera
in Naples, September 18th, is spoken
of in many Eastern papers as a 1 In
Caiunut Photos 6!5 per doz, cards
SI per do, at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for
morly A. A. IMontano's. 82(1 tf
I'Fi.uoiut'B steam pumping "scow
was employed this morning in filling
the bark C. K. Bishop, on the Murine
Railway, with water, to show where
Ciiaw.i:s Hustacc, the King street
grocer, announces fresh goods in Ills
line, and housekeepers will lose 11
lino opportunity if they skip his
W12 understand Unit Mr. .). W.
Varndlcy intends leaving for the
Coast at an early date. Il is to lie
regretted if wo arc to loso such a
Qurn: a number of our while ex
press drivers are in the habit of
turning round to their fares, pnilicu-
larly Indies, questioning and conver
sing witli them, much to their
annoyance. TI1C3 ought to 'e
(aught to mind their own business
and not be so rude and inquisitive.
At a meeting of the Honolulu
Rifles held Tuesday evening George
Fassctt was elected financial secre
tary. , ...
SiiAiu:iior.i)i:i!s of the Inter-island
Sleain Navigation Co. will bo paid
a dividend of four dollars per share
Saturday next, the lllh, at the com
pany's olllcc on the Esplanade.
Ox Monday next at 10 o'clock, at
the residence of Mrs. Doyle, 27
Alakea street, Mr. K. 1'. Adams
will sell the household furniture.
For futhor particulars see adv.
Alii. Mason, Secretary of the Y.
M. C. A., has been granted leave of
absence, and will leave by the Mari
posa for New York direct. He ex
pects to bo gouc about two months,
and will return with his wife and
Mu. Gco'rgo Lucas has in his shop,
nearly completed, a very handsome
pnrpit. for the native church at. Wai
kiki. It is made of red wood with a
koa top, and lias a good deal of carv
ing about il. It will be quite an
ornament to the church.
Lyons & Levey will sell to-morrow
morning at the Pacific Mail Steam
ship wharf, the whole of the immi
grants' surplus stores ex S. S. Bor
deaux, consisting of salt beef, oat
meal, lard, tea, sugar, etc., and one
superior medicine chest.
Tnu new Cunard Line steamer
Ktruria was launched at Glasgow,
September 20th. She is S27 feet
loftg, witli 07 feet breadth of beam.
Her registry is 8,000 tons and her
engines are of 1-1,000 horse-power.
Sho can carry 720 saloon passengers.
In favoring a proposition that the
Reformatory School Band be used
during the Royal Band's vacation,
wo forget that it would involve con
siderable work on Bandmaster Bei
gcr, and he is supposed lo bo enjoy
ing his vacation as well as the boys.
Therefore, for the lime being we
must grin and bear the loss.
Tims morning, as Frank Hustacc
was riding down Port street on his
spirited steed, when opposite S. J.
Levey & Co.'s, in trying to evade a
passing carriage, his horse fell witli
him. Frank stuck on, and the horse
got up, and went along as if nothing
had happened. Of com so a crowd
Tin: export of green fruits from
San Fraiicisco to these Islands and
Australia, is rapidly increasing and
promises to be a matter of great im
portance to the California!! fruit
grower. The Zealandia, which passed
through hero Saturday, took over
4,000 boxes of green fruit, and a
large quantity arrived here yesterday
by the Mariposa.
Tin: Musical Library, in connec
tion witli the Honolulu Library As
sociation, lias lately received an ad
dition in the shape of a flue collection
of piano and orchestral music from
Messrs. Kohlcr & Chase, San Fran
cisco. Mr. M. Gray, of the same
city, lias also promised to make a
splendid gift at an carry date.
Last Saturday, when the Zcalan
dia arrived, one of the passengers
excited curiosity by his having a
tattooed face. It appears that tho
man is one Zuci Joey, 11 Malay, who
escaped from imprisonment at Mo
nitor, lie was sentenced to foity
years' imprisonment for attempted
murder, and has gone to Australia
Tm: S. ! Cull of September
.'10th says, "Professor W. M. Gif
fnrd, having completed his mission
among the Chinese, returns to his
home in Honolulu, to-morrow."
Good gracious, Waller, have you
been noting as a missionary among
the Chinese in San Krancisco?
There's plenty of woik of that kind
for you to do here, without going
JAMi'.-jKcau, the poi man, wan tried
this morning for assault and bat
tery on his wife Milium Kcan. From
the evidence it appears to bo tho old,
old story of high words, bad lan
guage, pitchers and chairs, scullling,
blows, etc., finally ending in the
Police Court. His Honor thought
there wns six of one and half-a-dozen
of the other, so discharged the de
fondant. In the Supreme Court yesterday,
the case of V. O. Achi vs. Nauha
et al., ejectment, was heard, icsuit
ing in a verdict for plaintiff witli $10
damages. This morning, the case
of Knimiola vs. Beni et nl., eject
ment, commenced yesterday, was
being heard and is still on tiial as
wo go to press. Both cases aic
before a mixed jury.
At the meeting of the Fire L'olicc
held last evening, It. M. Fuller was
elected Secretary and Treasurer,
Geo. Vogt, 1st Sergeant and Chas.
Bent, 2nd Sergeant. Fines will be
imposed upon membors for absence
from (ires and meetings. Signals
were arranged for the olllcers and
men. In the future, meetings will
be held on the second Thursday in
the first month of every quarter.
Capt. AV. E. Hcrrick presided over
the meeting, which was attended by
A vr.iiY amusing scene took place
in the Police Coitit this morning.
An old native man in the sixties
charged another of about the same
age with assaulting him. The diffi
culty was about some land, and, as
the defendant said, they had a regu
lar rubbing match, the complainant
getting the worse. Judge Bickeiton
amid much laughter told them to
shake hands and make up, which they
did in a very business-like manner
and toddled out of Court.
In the Police Court this morning,
Aukai, for assault and battery on
a Chinaman, was lined $10. Henry
Williams, for disturbing quiet of the
night, was also fined S10. Ah Hook
and Ah Choy were charged witli
attempting to leave the Kingdom
without passports. The two men
stowed away 011 the last trip of the
Mariposa, but were brought back by
the olllcers of the ship. Ah Choy
was under coutract to Mr. Afong
who had offered 100 reward for
him. They were eacli lined S20
Ax nppreciatory uoticc of the
Rev. Daniel Dorchester's book, "The
Liquor Problem of all Ages," sold by
Mr. J. S. Cutler, appears in the last
Friend. The editor advises his
readers to "buy, read, ponder and
act." Tlie author of the work is
one of the leading temperance
speakers and workers in America,
and a few weeks ago his services
were obtained in the local option
campaign now being vigorously pro
secuted in Canada. Mr. Culler can
be found at the houso next east of
the Y. M. C. A. building.
Yistkuday afternoon the Tax
Appeal Board met at the l'olicc
Court. Two appeals were heard,
one of the valuation of piopcrty of
a native woman, assessed at S.'l,000.
The Hoard thought it worth $2,000.
Messrs. Thco. II. Davies & Co. ap
pealed from an assessment of a quan
tity of sugar valued at 82,000,
shipped by the S. S. Alameda, July
1st. They claimed it was placed on
board the ship, June 29th, therefore,
was not assessable. Mr. Hayscldcn,
the assessor, said it was assessable,
as it was in the Kingdom, July 1st.
The Hoard sustained the tax as
sessor. 1 Many of the people of Honolulu
I will be sorry to hear of the death of
I Mr. Edward "Whebby, tho diver who
I was employed in the construction of
I the Marino Railway here. Tho sad
) event was connected with the pro-
sccution of his hazardous calling,
1 and occurred at Dartmouth, Nova
Scotia, on September 10th. In com
pany with another diver he wns
working at a railway bridge in about
twelve fathoms of water, when tho
air-pumping apparatus got someway
interfered witli, and the men were
much exhausted before they were
got up. "Whebby, who had not been
in the best of health for a day or
two previously, immediately took
sick, was taken home and died about
midnight. Deceased was about .19
years of age, and left a wife and
four children. Ho was a member of
tho Marino Railway boat's crow that,
beat its American and Hawaiian
competiloi.s in tho Coronation regatta
in Honolulu. It is Just eighteen
months sinco ho left here.
What interjection is of the femi
nine gender? Alas!
QUARTERLY BILLS, I
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom House Business prompt-1
ly, carefully and accurately J
attended to. j
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telephono 172 P O.Box315
Quarterly Bills !
Quarterly Bills !
Jno. A. Palmer
Will distribute and collect
Ofllee. Campbell's Block, upstairs,
!it Room Nn. 7. 8i!0
70 Hotel Street.
c j. McCarthy
Best Manila, Havana and Amerioun
Cigars on Hand.
Frish Vanity Kn'r, Little licnutle. Oold
Bar. Three Kliifi- nml the I'd
Chowing and Smoking Tcbaoco,
Cut Foil and Plug.
The Bllllmil Tallica of this establish-
incut lnuo been recovered and
leveled, which uiikus them
the bet hi town.
Ginger Alo and Soda Water on Ice.
iSf" Call ami fee inc. -a
0i 1 i i.e t tusi. 1c or 1
No. U:j Hotel meet,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and "Walking Sticks,
Made, of oveiy kind of
ItnicUcIs, Cornices, Curtain PoIch, Ac.'
nindu ot tho hitcs-t design1.
TO Till: liAPir.M OK JIOXOIjUM!
DUESSMAKEK. having returned'
hat icsumcd business.
Feathers Cle.med, Dyed nnd Cm led in
all the lwuol tli;ule.
Corner ot Kins and Kichnnl Streets.
By Jack Jlulonc, he by Lexington.
1st ilnm, Ivy Leaf, Iit imported Austra
11 in; 2nd dum, Bay Flower, by Lexing
ton; 3rd dam, Buy Leaf, by Imported
Yorkshiro: -llli ilnm, Imported Muriu
BlneU, by Pliilo da Putab, etc., etc.
Itti'.aili' was bred at the great Wood
bum Faun, near Lexington, ICy., by the
late R. A. Alexuniler, and was .old to
W. L. Prltebard, of Sacramento, Cal.,
for 5,001'. He stands 15W hands,
weighs 1,00"i lbs., mid is a bright chest
nut color. Dari'ig his racing (aircur ho
downed many a faorite, and won iiianv
a hutful of money for his nwuui, nnd
nioved himself one of tho prcutest of
horses over a distance, nio-t of his races
being at two and four miles. He has
already sired evewl colts In California
that nro winner among which aie I
Liz.lo Dunbar. Young Bazaar, Sophia,
nnd another called tho Itannr Minerva
Colt, ho helm; out of Minerva by Iin
poitcd Lcninliigion, tho slro of Parole
nnd IrocpioK f,!7.io Jhiubnr greatly
distinguished herself lnsl year in her
two.year.ohl form by dcfeitlng one of
the 'largest ileitis ol two-ycnr-olds that
ever started in California, among which
were tho two beautiful Miles brought
hero Inst Spring by Mr. Agnew, distnnco
cu mile; time, l.OlJrf, the fum-it time on
record for two-year-olds at the tlWtaiice.
This year sho has won several Important
events, aud has proved herself to he a
Itu.tiar has now been brought back
to Honolulu, ami will remain here the
balance of this year, and breeders, horse
owners nnd stock rai-ers should avail
themselves of tho opportunity lo nbtaiu
ids services while they havo the chance.
'IVi'iiiH, -10. Payable at tlino of
The linpoitcd Clydesdale Stallion
DoiuUtl JMniili', ?., will htaiiil nt
the Hiine time aud place at SHO for the
M.UH011. lie was bred In Canntln, sired
by Imported Donald Dlnnle, and out of
an linpoitcd Clydesdale mare. Ho is a
beautiful dapple grey, Hi hnndn high,
and weighs 1,100 IIh.s is very active,
and as line a large hnrau as could be
Also, Hie line Urge Impoited Ken
tucky Jack Sampson. This In 0110
of the largest Jacks that we could llnd
In California, and U an 1111l111.il of im
mense hone I-. a very sine breeder, and
should he hbornlly patronlcil, as he Is
nun of the very best animals of his
kind. Term, SHO for tho season.
The public are eoidially Invited lo
call nnd inspict the above animals.
Marflhlleld, Sept. 15,1881. 818 If
Stallions nl Miiiillil !
rogwBBaniuiniiiiKtimiMi u '! i
Grand and Successful Opening
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Opposite the New Bank BuUdinc, Fort St.,
The general public are invited to give us a call and iuspaot,
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 Elegant
and complete stock of Ladies'. Gent's. Misses'. Children's,
aud Infants' Shoes. a
SJ. OOHN Sc CO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
CIs.. Etc.. Etc.
" V4cJ.w . - JMM""
Fi'iico AVirciind Staples, Kerosene Oil ii specialty.
Paints, Vsmiishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plutcil Wore, &c, &c.
ju n"j'grl';smuu"jK' wm..iwwiifl.iii'in-
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To mukn room for n l.arse Stork of
Ne"w; Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, Xew York, nnd San Frannico.
All stock on band during the next 30 days will be sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALh KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a I.nrgo Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm LYO-AJV Ac Co.
Grases, Pears, Plus. Peacties, Aples and Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins and shell.
And n full Hue of Fit'mIi Sinple Urorerics.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 240. 1'. Q. Hov SOT. flli'i
... . ii.i -. j- r . grzrer:
O. 1. I'MIKTII
W. C. I'KAIOCK
Freeth &Peacock, ,
y:t Xuiuinii Mtroot.
iiosoi.i'i.r, ii. i.
WINE & SPIRIT
Genoral Commission Merchants,
At the Lowest Market Kuie
a lnr:;n nml well selected stock of
thotCholces'tnnd most Favorite
ic, tfce., Ac.,
All Goods Guaranteed.
r.nil orders tilled promptly.
Telephone 1U. V. O. Hov 800.
.rri&tVi? c" GIC. CIC.
ill LIP I ll. 'JllllLWg!
KI'.NXI'.DY & CO.)
6? & 69 Hotel St.
ex S S Alameda,
A Lane Assortml
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's
SKI? WO TAI & Co. (composed of Ho
Yce, Ho Fn Yat, Ho On and Mint;
Wa) havlni; bought from l.o Sam Shif?
tho Hlco riantntion, with tho house, cat
tin and implement?, nt W.ihmiln, Kwn,
Island of Oiihn, which the slid l.o Snni
Sing bought fiom tho Sam Hop Com.
pany (composed of l.o Kan Fook nnd
Ah Chun), hereby give notice that nil
claims against tho said Plantation to
dato are to he settled by the said Lo Bam
Sliifr. All persons are warned against
cutting trees on tho estate at the follow
big bands; Kniilu, Alna Lol; Ivnhalaa',
Alna Lol; Kaiuniumi, Aina Lot; Paa
keaiki, he Piinoiie Loen; and Kapoii.
wela, Alna Kolu.
sei: WO TAI CO.
Walmalii, August 27th, 1881.
Hall l'rocruinmuM !
NEW DESIGNS, Just received from
Han Francisco, at Tim Daily llou