Newspaper Page Text
$PP'' ;. wppipyyfw1111- ww?warW'gT
W JiIVII ", riArTLl'J''lTt4j.U'llllUIW'ffWfW1llllV'VWHKlWWB
MONDAY, OCT. 13, 1881.
Slid, MOON AND SEA.
All (line from noon of lo-tlny, Oct. Ill
Sim Sot 5 37.
Similises 17 50.
Moon Rise 11 21.
High Tide (small) 12 00.
High Tide (large) 21 00.
WIND 1SI) WCAT1IUK
Uncord from noon yesterday:
aYscTI. 1'1'onnomctor Itnln.
, 411 I till I Mil till I 111 I lfll lto 18ll
I w.o7 1 an 1 1 .10.1.1 i ws -; s I ; a n o. oi
Wind, L light j Sky, liny j Sen, Miiootli.
Diamond Head, Oct. 13,
Light S. V. wind.
3 p. M
OCEANIC S.S. CO.
ron sin niAxcifcco.
Mnrlpo-u Leaves Honolulu, Oct. IS
Aiumeda.... Leaves Honolulu. Nov. 1st
paoifi dTjAiTsr si" co.
KOU AUCKLAND AND HYDNr.Vi
Stmr City of Sydney Nov 1
FOK SAN l'ltANCISCO.
Stmr Australia! Oct. 20
Stinr Iwalaul from Kminl
Stmr O 11 Bishop from Hamakua
Sehr Mnnuokawai from ICoolau
Sehr Ualnhow from Koolan
Sehr Kawallanl from Koolan
Sehr Marlon from Wnhnea
Sehr Mary KoMer from Xnwlllwlli
Sehr Hob lioy from Kooluu
llgtnc Hazard from South Sea Island
Stmr Lclum for Iliininluia
Stmr Planter for Windward Port9
Stmr Llkellkc for Kahulni
Sehr Wuiehu for Walalna
Sehr Walinalu for Koloa
Sehr Emma for Walalua
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Stmr Klnan for Windward Ports
Stmr C It Uihop for Hamakna
Stmr Iwalani for K .nal
Sehr Mnuuokawal for Koolan
Sehr Kawallanl for Koolan
Sehr Rainbow for Koolan
Sehr Rob Roy for Koolan
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Bordeaux, Phlllpot
S S Mariposa, llayward
Ship El Dorado, Humphries
Bark C It Bishop, Woltcrs
Bk Forest Queen, Ncilson
Brig Tewera, La Qucu
BarK Emerald, Gutter
Bark Caibarien, Hubbard
Bgtne Clans Spreekels. Drew
Bgtne Hazard, Tierney
From Kauai, per Iwalani, Oct 12 G
X Wilcox, 11 Bertehiiann, G O Potter.
Capt J Ross, D Orel''. A M Sproul, P P
Kanoa, AV 11 Rlehard, W II Purvis, W
II Holmes. D F Sandford, J Marsden,
Miss E Kaupl, Miss A Lewis and 5
Stmr C It Bishop brought OUt bags of
snar and 21 head of cattle. She sails
to-morrow at noon.
Sehr Manuokawal brought 318 bags
of rice and 20 bags of beans.
Sehr Rainbow brought 2(57 bags of
The sehr Nettle Merrill will be layid up
this week for repairs. Slio will be hove
The bk Caibarien went on the Marine
Railway this afternoon.
Sehr Kawallanl brought 200 bags of
Stmr Iwalani brought 1100 bags of
sugar, 03 bags of i lee. M hides and 1
bdte of goat skins. Shu sails to-morrow
at 5 p in.
The stmr Llkellkc will take tills even
ing a number of Portuguese immigrants
among which arc 7 men, -1 women ami 7
children for AValluku Plantation.
Sehr Rob Roy brought 375 bags of
The S S Bordeaux is in tliu stream.
The bgtuo Hazard, Capt Tierney, ar
rived this afternoon, -13 days from Jaluit
with 79 laborers.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Hat, towel and clothes racks very
cheap, at King Bros. 839 3t
Cabinet Photos S3 per doz, amis
Si per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
comer of King and Fort streets, for
merly A. A. Montnno's. 82C tf
A minting of the Pacific Hose
Company will be held this evening
at 7.30 sharp. A full attendance is
An amateur singer frightened a
pair 'of canary birds to death. It
was a case of killing two birds with
Last week a native man named
Piilani, residing at Makapala, had a
bad fall fiopi the Cliff to the rocks
below, and is in a very dangerous
condition. Tun S. S. Mariposa will leave on
Wednesday at noon. The Post Ofllco
mail closes nt 10 o'clock. A late letter
bag will bo open until 11.30 on pay
ment of five cents additional.
Families and others in want of u
set of good harness will do well to
call at tlio store of M. Melncrny,
and secure one of those fine sets
just to hand by the Maiiposa. They
are beauties und are selling rapidly.
A large house with 13 rooms is
let jf See adv.
Tin: Honolulu Rides will hold an
examination for non-commissioned
olllccrs to-morrow evening.
Lyons & Levey will sell soiiio line
Tahiti cocoanuls and oranges at
their salesrooms to-morrow at noon.
Neaki.y all of the Portuguese
immigrants attended divino service
at the ilomnn Catholic Cathedral
Tins morning's GuiJc says : "Tlio
Bishop brought 9G1 bags sugar, 21
head of cattle and 50 packages smi
thies." His Lordship must linve
had quite a valise full.
. - -The
now telephone cards arc out
nnd have 422 subscribers. The de
lay was owing to the printers. They
are very neat and ptinted in different
II. If. II. Princess Kaiulani will
be nine years old on Thursday. On
account of the serious illness of Hon.
Mrs. C. K. Hishop no observanco
will be made,
The next question wo want an
swering of is, "When will the list of
events bo ready for the proposed
regatta on His Majesty's Birthday?
It only wants a month to the time.
The Hon. Mrs. C. II. Bishop re
mains in about the same condition.
She passed a very good night, if
anything, lias gained a little strength.
As we go to press she is sleeping
Tin: Guide says this morning that
Dr. Mouritz lias been appointed
physician at Molokai. On enquiry
nt the Board of Health ofllee this
morning the president informed us
that no such appointment lias yet
A native man in a most drunken
condition, was driving an express at
a furious rate shortly before six
o'clock Saturday night, on Nuuanu
street, finally driving past the police
station. No arrest.
Anour 10 o'clock Saturday night
three express drivers stalled from
the whirligig and raced along Queen
street abreast at a fearful pace to
Wildcr's corner. Of course the
bobby on duty didn't sec it.
Ahout eight o'clock this morning,
owing to the slippery state of the
roads at the corner of Fort and Mer
chant streets, a horse attached to aii
express wagon fell heavily, but
soon picked itself up without doing
A LAiicin number of the express
drivers arc kicking against the new
way they will be obliged to number
their carriage lamps. Kick away,
boys, as long as you like, but you
will have to conform to the law all
As the congregation of St. An
drews Church were leaving after ser
vice last evening, a private carriage
came along Beretania street without
any lights, several persons, owing to
the darkness, being nearly run over.
AVc regret having much not been ablo
to find out who it was.
Road Supervisor Hart lias a gang
of prisoners now at work on Manna
kca street, and the steam roller is
also at work there. Ho intends to
fix up the whole length of that
street which has long needed it.
There is a great deal of traffic in
Thk Rev. Geo. Wallaco preached
an excellent sermon at St. Andrews
yesterday morning, having refcrenco
to recent deaths and the allliction
our community is now visited with.
In the evening the pulpit was occu
pied by the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh
in his usual able manner.
The Bulletin's query as to the
day on which Ilis Majesty's birthday
would be observed, has been an
swered by an official notice tills
morning in the P. O. Advertiser.
It will be kept on Monday, Novem
ber 17th, and all Government Offi
ces throughout the Kingdom will bo
closed on that day.
. -- ,
TiiEui: were not enough skates to
go round among all who sought an
introduction to the exhilarating spoit
at the Gymnasium on Saturday
night. The informal and Involuntary
silling down of the tyros made no
end of fun for beholders as well as
performers. If the interest of the '
first night be maintained, 'the Gym- j
naslurn will be too small and the I
manager will put up a large rink, j
.JunaE Bickcrton's matinee at the
Police Court only lasted hnlf-iiu-hour,
but in that time twenty-four
cases were disposed of for drunken
ness, affray nnd disturbing quiet of
night. The financial part is the best
of it, as it brought 8170 into Deputy
By the schooner Malolo which
touched at Laupahoclioc, October
5th, wo learn that Mrs. Blcknell,
wife of Mr. George Bickncll who
died in tlio Queen's Hospital, June
9th, died 10 days later at Washing
ton Island. AVc belicvo the deceased
lady was troubled with lung disease.
Tin: following numbers of Portu
guese immigrants arc being shipped
this afternoon by tlio steamers Like
like and Planter: AVnikapu Sugar
Co., 7; Paia Plantation, 21; Haiku
Sugar Co., 21; Hutchinson Planta
tion, Kail, 30; Ililoa Sugar Co., 17 ;
Wailiiku Sugar Co., 17; Hawaiian
Agricultural Co., P.ihaia, 29.
The enquiry having been put to
us if the name of the two-wheeled
vehicle now so common should not
be spelled " brake," wc have con
sulted the latest edition (1801) of
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary,
and find that to be the correct way.
There is a carriage called a "break,"
but it is a four-wheeled one with
large seating capacity, including an
elevated scat for the driver and a
footman's scat in the rear.
Last evening as Chief Officer D.
O. Killman, of tiie steamer Planter,
was driving in from Pnlaina in a
buggy belonging to the Fashion Sta
bles, when near the Police Station
lie turned to one side of the road,
when he was run into by a carriage
driven by Mrs. S. Nowlcin, the re
sult being that his carriage was com
pletely smashed. No one was hurt,
but Mr. Killman was more scared ivy
the little mishap, than he would
have been by a hurricane at sea.
Sunday morning about 9 o'clock,
three well-known " gentlemen " were
riding in a brake on Queen street.
One of llicm had the reins and the
way he lashed the poor horse was
most unmerciful. They thought no
one was watching, but our informant
says he saw tlio whole tiling, and
would have been glad to have them
all thrown out, and it wouldn't have
mattered much if they had never got
up again, as they would lie no loss
to the country.
FANNINC'S ISLAND NLWS.
By the kindness of Mr. A. Frank
Cooke wo have been allowed to sec a
letter received by him from Captain
Goodwin, of the schooner Malolo,
which left here September -ltli for
Fanuing's Island. The schooner ar
rived safely, and after landing Mr.
Gregg, loaded cobra for San Fran
cisco. It touched nt Laupahoclioc,
October 5th, for provisions, and that
is how the letter was received. The
Captain states that the British bark
Wandering Sprite was loading guano
for Queeiistown and would sail from
Fanning's Island about October 15tli.
Also that tlio long lost American
schooner Premier, on entering Eng
lish harbor, grounded. Captain
Briggs, manager of the Island, and
his men succeeded in getting her off,
and landing her cargo, consisting of
350 tons of coal, on the beach. She
is in a bad leaking condition. It
appears tlio schooner began her
troubles by springing a leak off the
Fiji Islands. Slio was from New
castle, N. S. AV., bound to Kurcka.
It was Apiil 5th when she grounded
on Fanning's Island. The Captain
of the schooner Ncilson and six of
his crew were on board tlio Malolo
bound for San Francisco.
A Boer republic has been pro
claimed in Zuiuland, South Africa.
1 Tlio whites in Fiji number 3,000
and the native population 110,000.
Tlicro aro at present about 30
vessels engaged in bringing laborers
from the South Sea Inlands to
Queensland and about 20 vessels
engaged in bringing them to Fiji.
Since it started as a gold producer
New Zealand has scut into the world
gold to the valuci of 200,000,000.
LL ACCOUNTS AGAINST MOItK
. & CO. Machinists, will hu col
lected by J. A 1 liner. All accounts
be cat, or will bo piyablc monthly.
830 lw MOHB A CO.
BCTWIBWHU HH,. I ..JH'WBB7tgj
Books and Accounts and Cus
torn Houso Business prompt
ly, carefully anil accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telophone 172 P. 0. Box 315.
Quarterly Bills !
Quarterly Bills !
Jno. A. Palmer
Will distribute and collect
Uflleo, Campbell' Illnck, iinmnir
III Hoom No. 7. SH0
7 Hoiol Street.
a j. McCarthy Prop'tor.
Best Manila, Havana and Amorican
Cigars on Hand.
Freh Vanity Pa r, Little IlcaiiUc. Gold
Bar. Three Kings and the Pet
Chowing and Smoking Tobacco,
Cut Foil and Hug.
The Billiard Tabic of this establish
ment have been ic covered ami
lcvcfiil. which makes them
the best In town.
Ginger Ale and Soda Water on loc.
CST Call ami fee me. "XBU
O sa, 5 5 as L m it- Ic o i
No. till Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and "Walking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
Bracket, Cornices, Curtain Polos, Ac
made ot the latest designs.
to tiu: i.,inn:s or uox,om.i,!1
DUKSSMAKKIl. having returned'
has resumed huiucs.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Curled In
all Ibc newest hades.
Comer of Kin? and Mchard Streets.
Sliillions at Mitcld !
" OS A.S5 .A..AJR,."
liy .lack Malouc, ho by Lexington
1st dum, Ivy Leaf, bv Imported A .stra
11.IU ; Und dam, U.iy Flower, by Lexing
ton; 3rd dam, Hay Leaf, by 'imported
Yorkshire: -ltli dam, Imported Maria
Ilbicls, by Philo da Putin, cte., etc.
Itir.anr was hied atthegicu Wood
burn Faun, near Lexington, Ky., by the
latu It. A. Alex mder, and was .sold to
W. L. Prilcliard, of Saciamento, C.il.,
for 5,00'. He Hands 1&.,' hands,
weighs 1,0.0" lba., and hi a bright chest
nut color. During his racing career he
downed many a favorite, and won many
a haitul of money for his owners, anil
proved himself one of ihe greatest of
noises over a distance, most of his races
being at two and four miles. Ho lias
already sin (1 6evei-.il colts In California
that arc winner:), among which ate
Lizzie Dunbar. Young U.izaar, Sophia,
and another called the Bazaar Minerva
(J, ill, ho liiliii; out of .Minerva by Im
ported Leamlnglon, the she of Paiole
and iroipioK i.i.ziu umiimr gicauy
dUtlngui&licd herself Inst year in her
two-year-old form by defeatluc ouo of
the 'largest fields ot two.ycur.olds that
ever Malted In California, among which
were tlio two beautiful jllliis brought
hero hist Spring by Mr. Agnew, dli-tanee
mile; time, l.OlJy, the fastest lime on
recoid for twc-yciir-olds at the distance.
This year slio has won sovcr.il Important
events, and has proved limolf to ho a
Itii'.uar has now been brought buck
to Honolulu, ami will remain here the
balance of this year, and breeder, horse
owners and stock raisers hhould avail
themselves of thooppoiiunlty to obtain
Id-, services while they have the chance.
'JVi'iiis, 8-10. Payable at tlmo of
The impelled Clydcdalo Stallion
Ihtualil Diiuilc, .If., will stand nt
the same time nnd place at 'Mi for the
season, lie was bred in Uiiiaua, hired
by Impnited Donald Diniilo, mid out of
ah imported Chdosdalo mare. Ho Is a
leatitiful dapple grey, 10 hands high,
and weighs 1.-100 lbs.: is very active,
anil as tine a large linro iu could bo
Also, the Hum luge Imported Ken
tucky Jack Sumimon. This is one
of tlio largest .lacks that wo could dud
iu California, ant! it an animal of im
mense bone; U a very bum breeder, mid
should bo liberally patronized, ns ho Is
ono of the very lvt animals of his
kind. TorniM, 8110 for the eeapon.
Tito public are cordially Invited to
call and inspect tlio above animals.
Morshflvhl, Sept. IS, 188L ' SIR t'
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St.,
Tlio general public are invited to givo 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 Elegant
and complete stock of Ladies'. Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' Shoes.
k OOHW Ac CO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers j&.Dealcrsiin Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
El... Etc.. Etc. SS
-SssgtobbWkx F4v!tt3wL.. V.
g&s&r?"1" ' ' r-rSss&sst
Fence "Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing: Goods, Plated Ware, &e., &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To make room Tor n Iiili; HtncU of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, N'ew York, nnd San Francisco.
All stook on hand during tlio next 30 days will bo sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINTDS OF MUSIC OOOD3.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chromos,
And a Large Variety of Fancy Goodc.
725 Im LYOAN Ac Co.
Grajes, Pears, Plums. Peacles, Amies ml Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins and shell.
And a full Hue " Fresh Nlaplu WioiiM-iew.
iRlnml Orders solicited. Telephouc No. 210. P. O. llox Sl7. (704
W. C. I'KACOCIt
Freeth & Peacock,
2:t Xiiuaiiu Hiroi't.
gtlONDI.UI.U, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OlTKU POll SALi:
At the Lowest Market Italt'H
n larao ami well selected Mock of
the;Cliolcest mid most Favorite
&r, &(., iVc,
All Goods Guaranteed,
and order filled promptly.
Telephone 40. P. O. Ilox HC0.
5$?rgy Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
Kennedy & to.)
67 & 69 Hotel. St
ex S S Alameda,
jiu,j::.. - .j:
1 Lane Assortuieut
White & Colored Matting
- win fiu:
At tho lowest Prices
at A. S. Cleghorn & Co's
Ski: wo tai & Co. fcoiiposcd- of no
Yce, Ho Pa Yat, Ho On ind Mine
AVn) havlm; bought from Lo Sain Siug
tho lllco Plantation, with tho house, cut
tle and Implement'', at Walmnlu, Kwa,
Island of 0.ihu, which tho sa'd Lo Sam
Sing hnughtfiom the Sam Hop Com.
pany (composed of Lo Kau Fook and
Ah Chun), licreuy glvo notice that all
claims tipiiiifet the tahl Plantation to
dato aro to he settled by tho said Lo Sam
EInpt. All persons arc warned opainit
cutting trees on the estate at tho follow
ing Lands: Ii-iulii, Aina Loi; Kalulat,
Aina Lol; Kauinliimi, Aina Lol; Paa-kea-lkl,
ho Piiuonu Locoj nnd Kapou.
wela, Aina IColu.
SEK WO TAI & CO.
Waimolu, August 37th, 18SL
Hall I'rogi-aiuiucM !
NEW DESIGNS, just received from
Ban Frauclecn, at Tiik Dailt IJcl.
i f ii Tiiilfeli-itfi liiitirfArtitftimltoi'. ?
t&'jlgtfrftiafa,-rti ; v 'dsiia&kimMs' dWittktA