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FRIDAY, OCT. 10, 1881.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-day, Oct. 0
Sun Set fi "
Sun Jllsos 1 "'
MoonWse 0 35-
High Title (small) 700.
High Title (large; 10 30.
tVlNB ISD WEATHER
'( cord from n.ioti yesterday.
usSTovf-l lliunnoinotor Itnln.
. Ill ' till I ittli II Sli I 111 I lSli llln 181i
ao.to I m.k I win s I ;3 I Tti e II o.tn
Wind, Nil light; Sky, hazy; Sen, Miiuntli.
Dimnnnil Head, Oct 0, 3p.ii
Light S. W. wiiu.1.
' OCEANIC S. S. CO.
roil KAN F1IASCI8CO.
Maiipo-.a . ...Iamvm Honolulu, Oct. 15
Alameda.... Leaves Houolulu. Nov. 1st
pacTfio maiTs. s.co.
roil AUCKLAND ANU 8V1NEV:
Stmr City of Sydney y Nov 1
roit ban rjiANcisco.
Slinr Australia Oct. 20
Stmr Planter from Windward Ports
Schr Walehu from Walalua
Stmr Kaplolaul from Pearl Klvcr
l I. IMIOIIIWI !!
VESSELS" LEAVIHC TO-MORROW.
Stmr .las Makeo for Oahti and ICuual
Schr Kekauliiohl for llanalcl
Stmr Kaplolaul for Wuluuau
Schr Panalil for llanalcl
uinwwiiiiii 1 mi iii
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Bordeaux, Phlllpot
SS Mariposa, llayward
Ship El Dorado, Humphitos
Jlark O It Bl-liop, Wolters
Bk Foie3t Queen, Ncllson
Brig Tow era, La Gueu
Bark Lincrald, Gaiter
Bark C.iibaricn, Hubbard
Bgtne Clans SpreekeK Drew
For Oahu and Kauai, per .Tas Makce,
OHIO GovDomiuls. Bishop Wllllsnnd
wife, Judge Anderson, T Forest, E
Murray. Jas Gay, D Chlsholm and about
From Wlndwaul Foils, per Planter,
Oct 10 F May. G Boss. W 11 HaUtcad,
David. Judge KaUna, Mrs A S Wilcox,
Ahl, Mrs J Kawaluul, Mrs W J Max
well and 3 children.
Stmr Kaplolaul brought 20 ton3 of
salt from Pcatl 1 liver. She sails again
on Monday next.
Messrs V G Irwin & Co shipped by
the .las Makeo this morning, 50 Portu
guese immigrants for the Kllauca Plan
tation and Il.l for the Makeo Sugar Co.
The Planter arrived this morning at
5 o'clock. She brought -1200 bags of
sugar, 170 bags of nwa, 31 head ot cat
tle, 8 bags tit coffee and 1 mule. She
will sail on Monday next and leturn on
the following Sunday.
Ah.sei-4 Ald'ii .fc Boblnsou have bought
the cargo of the bk Emerald.
The bulwarks of the bk Emerald be
ing old and Mimewhat decayed arc be
ing torn down to lie le-hullt.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
His Ex. Governor Dominis left by
the James Mnkcc this morning for
An English paper has the following
advertisement "Wanted, a girl to
polish boots of a moral character."
, i i i
Cahint.t Photos S3 per tloz, cards
SI per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for
merly A. A. Jlontnno'a. 82G tf
Kt. Key. Bishop Willis and Mrs.
Willis left on the steamer James
Makeo this morning, for a trip to
Dan Lyons is going to the Coast
on the Mariposa, sure, at least so
says his paper last evening. There's
many a slip, etc.
Two lepers, both women, were at
tho leper receiving station this morn
ing, one from Hilo the other from
Honolulu. Dr. Parker will exnmino
Mns. A. J. Cartwright, Si-., was
taken seriously ill yesterday at her
Waikiki residence, but we are glad
to hear she i3 very much improved
Tucnu will bo a meeting of the
general temperance- committee of
thiity-onc, of the Y. M. C. A., at
the rooms of the Association, this
evening, at 7 o'clock.
At recent convivial gathering
. the following toast was proposed:
" The bench and the bar If it was
not for tho bar there would be little
use for the bench. "
By the James Makeo this morning
tho following number of Portuguese
immigrants were shipped by Messrs.
AY. U. Irwin .": Co. : Kilauea Sugar
Co., 15 men, 11 women and 27
children. Makeo Sugar Co., 12 men,
8 women and 13 children.
Hat, towel find clothes rncl:9 very
cheap, at King Bros. 839 31
Mil. Charles Ilnssclman, the artist,
will lcavo for Sydney by tho nest
KiiMr.jinr.tt that the steamer Planter
will leave at -1 o'clock on Monday
next, and leturn on Sunday.
. . 'i
The S. S. Mariposa will sail for
San Francisco on Wednesday next
at noon. Letter writers should take
Tub monthly meeting of the Myr
tle Boat Club will be held at the
Boy's Reading Room, this evening
Noi.te has got something good
come by the Mariposa. What do
you think It is? Well, it is Bologna
Mil. Tuttle, a well-known Syd
ney photographer, is at present in
our city, taking views. He intends
leaving on the next Australian
The Fat Boy made a very hand
some present to the Board of Health
on Tuesday. It consisted of two large
bread fruits, lie thinking that its
members need fattening up. '
Tiimtr, will be a special meeting
of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. and
A. M., at their hall this evening, at
7.30 o'clock, 1st Degree. Visiting
brethren me cordially invited.
Mn. AY. II. Richardson, of San
Francisco, arrived by the Mariposa,
and has accepted a position as drug
cleik, in the store of Mossi-3. Bun
son, Smith ec Co., Fort street.
Stoci:iiolih:iis of the AVildcr
Steamship Co. (limited), arc noti
fied that a dividend of S3 per share
is payable at the Company's office,
on AVcdncsday next, October loth.
Musns. More & Co., machinists,
are taking the commendable course
of insisting upon monthly settlements.
They have put all outstanding ac
counts in Mr. Palmer's hands for
On Monday next Miss L. Mouther
will rc-open the Kindergarten School
on Nuunnu Arnlley just above Kukul
street. Mis3 M. is highly recom
mended by Miss King, the former
Cai-t. AY. II. Aldiieh, of the Ho
nolulu Rifles, received an addition
to his family by the Mariposa, in the
slmpo of a monkey. It is going to
be called "Jerry," so Simonson
News was received by the Planter
this morning that the Rev. D. B.
Lyman died at Hilo, last Saturday,
and was buried on the following
day. The deceased was in his
eighty-first year, and has been ailing
for some time.
Fouit drunks in the Police Court
this morning, the iminl fine of SG
being iuflicted by His Honor. Ma
kini, for the larceny 'of a SI Chinese
washed hirtt, the property of one
Lazarus, was remanded until to
morrow. Tim conundrum which has agi
tated the world for years, "AYho
struck AA'illiatn Patterson?" will bo
answered at the November election
in San Francisco, as the aforesaid
William is the Democratic nominee
Mn. N. S. Sachs, 101 Fort
street, has just received by the
Mariposa, an entire new stock con
sisting of dry and fauoy goods,
millinery and gents furnishing goods.
The grand opening Bala will be
Families and others in want of a
set of good harness will do well to
call at tho storo of M. Mclnprny,
and secure ono of those lino sets
just to hand by the Maiiposa. They
are beauties and are selling rapidly.
Messks. J. AVilliams & Co. havo
now on exhibition nt their reception
rooms on Fort Street, an admirable
likeness of tho young son of Mr.
James Gay, AYaialua, taken from a
photograph by Williams. The little
fellow is rcpiescnted in Highland
costume, which afforded the artist,
Mr. Clmi'lcs Furneaux, an excellent
opportunity to display his skill in
Tendering the Scottish plaid with its
many brilliant colors. This ho has
accomplished in a way that will
bring joy to tho hearts of many a j
bonnie lad nnd lassie in thcsc.fnr
away islands. A suggestion of
Highland mist, ragged cliffs and
lovely lake, make an appropriate
and interesting background to this
vciy pleasing picture.
We deeply regret having to an
nounce the dangerous Illness of the
Hon. Mrs. C. R. Bishop at her iesi
deuce on Emma street, to which
place she was brought last evening
from AVaikiki. As wo go to press
this most estimable lady, on enquiry,
is gradually sinking. At one o'clock
Justice McCully adjourned Court
out of sympathy with the allliclcd
family a fitting mark of the uni
versal esteem In which Mrs. Bishop
E&The now boat house for the Hono
lulu Yacht and Boat Club is about
completed. The interior presents a
very neat mid convenient appearance,
the construction of the whole build
ing reflecting great credit on the
contractor, Mr. AY. T. Rhoads,
whoso shop is on Queen street near
Tins is not a country for skating,
still, Mr. Thos. E. Wall announces
that ho will give lessons in skating
at the Gymnasium every Monday,
Thuisday and Saturday cxenings.
Roller skating is a very healthy ex
ercise; having tried it, we can en
dorse it. To-morrow evening it will
Fiiom tho days of Cortcz, in 1521,
down to the beginning of thi3 cen
tury, and even to the present time,
except when interrupted by i evolu
tion, the Mexican silver mines havo
poured foi tli an unceasing stream of
silver, such as the world has never
seen. It is estimated that the value
of the silver coin and bullion pro
duced m that country since the con
quest is over 83,000,000,000, and it
is well known that some of the mines
have been profitably worked almost
without interruption from that day
to this, and that one of them, nt
least, is still running out silver at the
rate of over $5,000,000 per year.
An interesting case under the Civil
Damage Law has been recently
decided in tho highest court of the
Slato of New York. Jacob Neu
became drunk from lager beer, sold
to him nt the saloon of James
McKcchnie. Maddened by its
draught, he went homo, struck his
wife on the head with an axe, and
then cut his own throat with a razor.
Ho left a son of 15 years dependent
on his father for support. A suit
was brought for damages, and
a verdict obtained for tho boy. The
case was appealed and the verdict
affirmed. And now tho Court of
Appeals has set the final seal upon
the matter. If men will sell that
which docs their neighbor harm, it is
but right that they share the conse
quences of their sale. If the pecu
niary damage that comes even from
lager beer could be sharply followed
up, the profits of tho business might
bo cut short and the popularity of
tho busiucss bo materially lessened.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Denmark, which formerly import
ed the bulk of its sugar, now makes
it at homo from the beet-root.
A sample of American cheese in
London recently analyzed proved to
contain neither milk nor any of its
derivatives. Its chief ingredients
were lard nnd coloring matter. It
came from New York Stntc.
The stallion Maxey Cobb, at the
Narragansctt Driving Pnik, Provi
dence, Rhode Island, on Sept. 30th,
made a mile without a skip in tho
following time: Quarter, 0:33; half,
1:01A; three-quarters, 1:38; mile,
213, lowering tho record half n
' Attempts are being made to boom
an international railway from Franco
through the Caucasus, and enthu
siasts arc already dreaming of tho
timo when the journey between
Paris and Pckia can be accomplish
ed in tnclvo days.
Tho kingdom of Prussia spends
about S25, 000,000 on wine, beer
and spiiits, equal to one-tenth of the
whole annual revenue.
MonslguorTonello, tho priest who
accompanied King Humbert on his
visits to tho bedsides of tho cholera
patients at Busc'a, Italy, has died of
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom Houso Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
Gouoral Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telephone 172 P. 0. Box 316
Quarterly Bills !
Quarterly Bills !
Jno. A, Palmer
Will distribute and colloot
Quarterly Bills. '
Ofilce, Cimpbell's Ulock, upMntrs,
3t icaom No. 7. 8!I0
7(1 Hotel Street.
a J. McCarthy Prop'tor.
Bost Manila, Havana and American
Cigars on Hand.
Frcih Vanity Far, Little Hcautlc, Gold
Bar, Three Kins unit tho Pel
Chowinp; and Smoking Tobaoco,
Cut Foil and Plug.
Tho Billiard Tallies or this establish-
meat hno heen tocovcrul ami
leveled, which nnkcj them
the besi In town.
Ginger Alo and Soda Water on loo.
Si'" Call anil i on inc. "GSX
O it 1 i 3i o i- XT a, Jk r
No. ij'd Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Walking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
Bracket?, Cornice. Curtain Polo, tc.'
made ot tho latest designs.
TO TIIU IiADIKM OT HONOLULU
DnESSMAKKR. h-iving lettirncd'
has reumi'd businccs.
Fcithcrs Cicinul, Lived nnd Curled in
nil llic newest fhadc?.
Corner of Kin? and UicharJ Streets.
By .lack Malone, he by Lexington
1st d im, Ivy Leaf, hr Imported Austra
11 in j l.'nd dnin, Bay Flower, by Lexing
ton; 3rd dam, Bay Leaf, by 'imported
Yorkshire: 4th (lam, Imported .Maria
Blue'?, by Pliilo du Put ill, etc., etc.
Btm-.nur was bred at the gro it Wood
bum Farm, near Lexington, Ivy., by the
lute II. A. Altximlcr, nnd was sold to
L. Prltcliard, of Sacramento. Cal,,
for $5,001'. He stands lQ'f hands,
weighs l,fl()i lbs., mill is a bright chest
nut color. Duri-ig his racing career ho
downed many a favorite, and won many
a hailul of money for his o ners, and
proved hliniclf ouo of iho gicatest of
horses over n distance, most of his rnee9
helm: at two and four miles. Ho has
already sired several col(3 In California
that ura winners, among which aio
Llzzlu Dunbar. Young llszaar, Sophia,
nnd another called the Bazaar Minerva
0'alt, ho being out of .Minerva by Im
poittd Luiimingtnn, tho slro of Parole
and Iroquois l.li.io Dunbar gicntly
distinguished herself last year in her
two.ycar-old form by defeating ono of
tho largest fields ot lwo.yoar.olds Hint
uvtr ktaitod in California, among which
wero tho two beautiful llllhs brought
hero lnstSpiiiigby Mr. Agnew, dUtanco
Jb mile; time, 1.01J, thu latest tlmo on
record for twc-year.olds at tho distance.
This year sho has won several important
events, and has proved hoiself to bo a
Jlir.unr has now been brought back
to Honolulu, and will rinnnln heru thu
balance of title year, nnd broedurs, hoiso
owners and stock raisers should avail
themselves of tho opportunity to obtain
111 (crvlccs while ihny havo the chance.
Terms, 10. Payablo at tlmo of
Tim Imported Clydcsdalo Slallioa
Doimltl Dlniiie, Jr., will Maud nt
tho Mime time and place at H'M) for tint
season. Ho was bred in Canada, sirul
by Impotied Donald Diunio, nnd nut of
an imported Uldcsdalo mare. Ho Is a
beautiful dapple grey, 10 hands high,
and weighs 1.100 lbs.: is very active,
and as flno a largo bono ai could bo
Also, Uiq lino Urge Irnpnrtcd Ken
tucky Jack Nautpsoii. Tnls Is one
of 1 ho largest .lack-, that wo could find
in Oalltornla, and is an animal of Im
mense bono; is n very surn breeder, and
should bo liberally patronized, as he Is
ono of the very bnt animals of his
kind. Terms, tlO for tho seabon.
Tho public are cordially Invited to
call and Inspect tho above animals.
MirUiflild, Sept. 1C, 188-1.
Stallions at Mneld
Grand and Successid Opening
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St:,')
Tho general publlo are invited to give us a call and Inspect,
at our opening, our new and select stock of Dry Goods,
Faiicy Goods; Ladies', Children's, and Infant's Wear,
Millinery, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Traveling
Trunks, Valises, House Furnishing Goods, nnd an lilegant '
aud complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' Shoes.
JSc COHN Ac CO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealorsjn Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
stco1 P0WS' Sf
Fence "Wiro and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c., &c.
Selling at Cost fox 30 Days !
To make room fur :i I.arro Htoclc or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and San Praccisco.
All stook on hand during tho noxt 30 days will bo sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OP MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre- Tables,
Cliairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Cluoino.i,
And a Largo Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 lm . LYOAN c Co.
(BUCCESSOIIS TO KENNEDY Is CO.)
Family Grocers, - - - 67 & 69 Hotel St
Just Received ox S S Alameda,
Grains, Pears, Pirns. Peaclas, Ailes and Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins and shell.
Ami u lull He of FiomIi Staple Groccvicx.
Inland Orders solicited. Telephone
II. I). FltUKTlt.
W. C. I'KACOCK I
iili Nuunnu $ti-cut.
.HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Morohants,
At Iho lowest IHnrUet Kates
n law and well selected stock of
the.Gholccstiind most Favorite
lira nds of
tc, &c, &c,
Alt Goods Guaranteed,
nnd orders lllled promptly.
Telephone 10. 1 O. Box SCO.
ir 1 -m in in n i 1 tw nui 1 jtm
Etc.. Etc., Els
No. 2 10. 1'. O. Bos 297. (7C2
TTT '"T-41 , . I ,
A Lane Assortment
- I'OK SALE
At tho lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Go's
SEE WO TA I & Co. (composed of Ho
Ycc. Ho Pn Vat, Ho On nud Jllng
Wa) huvinc bought from Lo Sam Sing
tho Rico Plantation, with tho house, cu
tlo and impliment. at Walmilu, L'wa,
Island of Oahu, which thu sakl Lo Sim
Sing bought fiom tho Sam Hop Com.
pany (composed of Lo Kim Fook and
AliUhun), hereby give notice Ihnt til
claims agiinst tho tald Plantation to
dnto mo to be settled by tho said Lo S.tm
Elnft. All persons aro warned against
cuulng tree? on Iho estate nt tho follow
ing Lands: KmiIii, Alna Lol; Kahitha,
Alnn Lol; Knumiumi, Alna Lolj Pun.
kea-lkl, ho PtiuonuLocoj and Kapm.
wcla, Alna Kolu.
SEE WO TAl & CO.
Walmalu, August 27th, 1661.
Hall ProgrammcH I
NEW DESIGNS, Just received from
Ban Francisco, nt The D.vilt Qol.