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WHDNKKDAY, OCT. Iii, 1SS4.
SUN, MOOII AND SEA.
ll lime Iinm noon of to day, Oct. 1,
Sun Sets ". :i."i.
Sun KUes 17 GO,
MoouKUe' II! 11.
High Tldo (largo) 1 00.
High Tide (tmall) 13 00.
WISTD ISO U BATUMI
IteeorU liom iioon yeiterday
,vt'"o"LeU. nieiinotiietLi ll.un.
I 111 I Hit I '-'ill ill I 'I I 181, t(, )v,l
I BllW 3.UI I IW.IO SSI I 735 TO C o. 01
Wind, cnt . sUy, ovcicnM ; Sen, niodcinto.
Diamond Iliad, Oft li Btr.M
Light S. W. wind.
0CEAHIC S. S. CO.
IOI! HVN l'llANCISCO.
In neil.i Leaved llonoliilti, Xuv. 1st
Maripuiu . Lo ivt-. II iiolulu, Nov. 15
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
i on u.nu.vNl) ami Mt).st:v:
Mmr City of Sydney Xov 1
ron sax riiANcisco.
Stmr Australia Oct. SO
October 1 1
Stmr Kllauea Hon fiimi Windward P'ts
tinr.Taq Mal.ee from Kauai
S S Mariposa for San l'lancNeii
Sehr Poholki foi Puna
Sehr Mile MorrN for I.iinal
stmrMokolll for Windward Port
VESSELS" LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Ilk Forest Queen for Port Tovviiscnd
Sehr Citerina for llaiialel
Stmr Kilaiie.i lion for Wludwuid Pott's
VESSELS "m PORT.
SS lloidcaux, Phllipot
Ship El Dorado. Humphries
HarK C K Klshop, Wolters
Ilk Forest Queen, Xcll-on
Krig'Tewera, La (iiien
Han, lhnci.ild, Oatter
Jl.irk Calbarlen, Hubbard
Kgtne Clans Spieckels. Drew
Hgtnc Hazard, 'rienie
Jtarh Ophelia, .Moddrcl
ll.uk Nicholas Thajer, Cio-liy
Tor han I'lancl-eo. per h S Mariposa,
Oct in Mis J H Waid, Kev T II Koil-e
and wife, II J' Uiildwln. Mis E O Hall,
Oscar White. E done-', C S Mason. .1 X
Wright, 1$ M Vounpr, 1) Ural-'. Dan
Lyons. .J Williams MNOlarv Foule,
Mrs.l II .Smith. C i: Williams, i: A
"Williams Mrs Vv Love, Mri J Howler.
J I) Trogloau, MUs S C KlcUon, .1
Wolf, A L Knffeitv. .1 Tea-dale, J: M
Iloupon. Ci Smith, wife and child. CM
Stein, wife and .'i children.
stmr Kilaue.i lion brought 12S0 bags
of sugar. She discharged it Into the
The Tewcra sank so deep yesterday
that hc had to lie hauled onto a liiuil
llut for her afet.
'J'ho S S Maripo-a took liO,l:0 bags of
sugar, l.'-M'J kegs of sugar, 1,027 bags of
llco, ll!l!) bnchsoi bananas 212 ImIcs
of green hides, 100 bdl-of Migar cane,
102 ks of coin (S-2(,sril.7i-i). Dom.
value. 8ii.-,!ilil.2.1: For. value, 82(11,
2(I0.7.". The bk Xlcholas Thayer, C'apt Cios
by, arrived jesieulav, T1 days fioin
Newcastle, X S W, wi'lh 800 tons of coal
for llaekfeld &. Co, and 70 tons for
Wilder it Co. The Oapl reports a Swe
dish baik loading at Maiden's island,
lat :t. 10 S, long. liw.U W. The Xlcho
las Tliayer will begin discharging to
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWST
A i.Ai:iii: htock of Picture unci
Cornice mouldings, now styles, at
King Bros. 8-12 Jit
Tin: Tost ofllee despatched by tho
S. S. Mariposa 550 1 letters and 171!)
As '-A Sick Header" is tired of
polities we have given liim lo-day a
" Frown Solid" column.
Is paying taxes., all coins will lie
received at their former current rates
up to tlio end of November.
Tin: next shipment of 1'oittigucso
immigrants will be made to-morrow
by the Mcamer Kilauea lion, to Olo
walu. Cauini:t Photos $.'l per do, cards
$1 per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and I'oi t streets, for
merly A. A. Montauo's. 821! If
.kufii: McCully has appointed
Harry F. Avery, recently admitted
to tho bar, to defend the man F. G.
Pond charged with being a gioss
Tin: annual meeting of tiro hharc
holdera of the Hawaiian Carriage
Co. will be held on Saturday, Octo
ber 18th, at 1 1 o'clock, at their olllcc
on Queen fatrccl.
O.s tho 20th of this month, Sir
Moses Monteflore, tho gicat Jewish
philanthropist, will be a bundled
years old. Tho event will be cele
brated by the Hebrews throughout
the woild. Sir Moses is still in good
physical health. His benevolent acts
would fill a large volume.
Lro & Levey will liokt their rc
gulnr cash sale to-monow moining
at 10 o'clock at llieit' salesrooms.
The sale will include 12 pine and 12
lialf-brcd llrnlinm roosters.
Mil II. W. Schmidt will net as
Vice-Consul for Ktissia during the
temporary absence of Mr. J. M.
Pfluger who lias gone to the Colonies.
K' the Supreme Couit yesterday,
Kook In, found guilty of having
opium in his possession was sentenced
to one day' iinpiisonuient and
Mit. J. F. Colburn has piesentcd
dipt. Oatter of the baik Kmcrald
itii a Hawaiian born pony. The
Capt. takes it to his home at Port
Tin: annual Hireling of the Hono
lulu Stock and Bond Kxcliange will
take place at the rooms of the
Planters' Labor & Supply Co.. Wed
nesday, October 22d.
Tin: largest shippers of sugar by
the Maripoa were, W. O. Irwin &
Co.. Jl,17l bags; C. Brewer & Co.,
I,!l0:i bags: and Sehaefer - Co.,
Tin: woik on the tower for the
Kaumakapili Church is being pushed
on rapidly. From Niiuanu Valley
it will present a very imposing ap
pearance, and will be the highest
structure in town.
Sino, hey, the evangelist and the
Sailing over tho blue J'acific.
May the Y. M. C. A. S. convcit
And save him from evils tei-riflc.
Tin: O. S. S. C'o.'s Mariposa left
at noon with a fair cargo of fi eight
but a small passenger list. There
was not the usual excitement at her
dcpaiture, there being no band, and
not many spectators on the wharf.
Tin: boaul of managers of the
Hoyal Hawaiian Agricultural Society
met last evening, and resolved that
tlic annual meeting of the society be
held on Thursday, October 2f)rd. at
the Hawaiian Hotel.
Tm: numerous, holes in the Nuu-
auu Valley road arc being filled up
by a number of prisoners. Last
evening they left a heap of dirt and
stones in the middle of the road, and
several horses were frightened at the
Tun large house lately occupied
by the late B. F. Bolles is for rent.
It contains 13 rooms, with six acres
of land laid out as a garden, and in
every way a very convenient place.
Mr. B. Frank Bolles will give f Hither
Oni: of tho Chinese piisoneis at
Oahu Jail, Onona by name, was
committed to the Insane Asylum
this morning by Judge Bickcrlon,
on the testimony of Dr. Brodic, who
certified that he was a fit subject for
Families and others in want of a
set of good harness will do well to
call at the store of M. Mclnerny,
and scenic one of those fine sets
just to hand by the Mariposa. They
are beauties and are selling rapidly.
T.x-C'oi.i.r.cioi: G. II. Luccgivci
notice that he will commence the
collection of taxes for the current
year at his olllcc in the Government
House yaid to-day, and persons sub
ject to taxation are to make payment
to him on or befoio Monday, Decem
Tin: Honolulu Rifles had a splen
did di ill last evening. To-night, at
the Hawaiian Hotel, tho examination
for non-commissioned ofllccrs will
take place, the examiners being the
first and second lieutenants and the
Hist sergeant. There aro twenty-five
A fiiti:.VT deal of rain fell last even
ing. The Niiuanu stream was much
swollen. Owing to tho carelessness ,
of a nat'nc in bridging a ditch, the j
yard adjoining Mr. C. F. Ilenson's
residence in Pauoa Valley was com-
Ax orchestra Is about to bo formed
at Honok'aa, Hawaii. There me
hcvcral good musicians in that dis
trict and they have joined together
and purchased of Lycan A- Co., the
, loiiowinginsirunienis: vioiin, coruci,
' violoncello, clarionet, iluto and
' trombone. They will be sent to
Ihtlv dcstliifttloo nixt weeh, and
piactico will at once commence.
Tin: Hon. Mrs. llisliop has passed tom HoU30 BuoinoSS prompt
a very comfortable morning. Her .
condition remains unchanged. As ' carefully and accurately
wc go to press she is as comfoi table altOlldod to.
as can he expected.
Font drunks in the Police Com t
tills morning, bail of SG being for
feited in each ca3e. Pauabi, for
dcseiting her husband way sentenced
to four days' imprisonment. This is
the third time she has left her hubby.
Four Chinese, for assault and battery
on Willie Cogshall, were found not
guilty and discharged.
Tins morning between nine and
ten o'clock, Mr. and Mm. V. Kb
ling, who aie staying at the White
House, weie intending to take a
short ride on horseback. For
tliis purpose they hired two saddle
horses from the Chinese livery stable
on Niiuanu street. While Mrs. Fil
ling was getting on to her hor.se in
front of the White House, it bolted
and wont off at a fearful pace down
Niiuanu street, turning at Queen
street and finally stopping in the
Fish Market without the slightest
damage, beyond a broken giith.
Mrs. Kbling had a most miraculous
escape, but the way she kept her
scat was the admiration of the large
crowd who witnessed the exciting
event. The lady was considerably
frightened, but after having a short
i est and a glass of water in Water
house's Queen street store, was
driven to the White House by Capt.
Ilobron, none the worse, we are
lad to state, for her perilous ride.
Wi: call the attention of our
leaders to the adveilisenicnt. of
James Biodie. veterinary surgeon,
who arrived by the Mariposa, and is
a brother of our well-known doctor
on Foit street. Dr. Brodic is a gra
duate of the .Montreal Veterinary
College, and was medallist for best
general examination, session of 1883.
The principal of this college is Dr.
McKachran, F. H. C. V. S., one of
the highest veterinary authorities in
Canada and the United Stales. Dr.
Brodie also holds a diploma of hono
rary fellowship in the Montreal Vete
rinary Medical Association. Delias
had large experience in Ills business,
and was formerly a member of the
firm of Williams & Brodic, veteri
nary surgeons, Bloomington, III.
We arc glad to welcome him to this
city, and look forward to the best
results among our dumb friends.
The Honolulu Stock Fxchango
held its regular session this morning.
Waihiku Stiy.ir Co.:
Hawaiian Agricultural Co...
The Kuloa Suiflir Co 12.10
(irou Kartell J'lanlr.t'oiiC'o..
Star .Mill Co
Reciprocity Suyar Co
P.ilu Plain. Co
llawa'n Hell Tel. Co
C. Burner & Co. (Mercantile)
Inter Island S. N.Co
K. O. Hall & San (Limited). ..
Wilder' (Steamship Co
AVoodluwii I) dry Co
Ononiea Smjar Co Hands 7 p.(
10 .-haics P. O. Hall ,fc Son at 111).
Out-dile Sales reported
15 .-Ikiics K. (). Hall A Sou al 8110
7 shaies Inler-I-land S. X. Co. (jHI.'i
A correspondent of an English
paper says: The Magistrates aro
wrong in not making the owners of
noisy chanticleers stop the nuisance.
It appears Unit acock cannot crow
unless he throws his head well up ; all,
therefore, the owner has to do is to
have bis hen-roost so constructed
that tho cock cannot stand uptight
in it, and shut tho bird up at night
time. This seems a brilliant idea ;
but what will the S. P. C. A. say to
riio WHOM IT MAY COXOntX.
JL All accounts owing to the under
.signed lor the quarter ciiiUim .Itinc 110,
1881. If not paid I.y Oitnbor Pith, will
ho placed in the h-irrils f a collector.
HLXIIY MAY & CO.
Sept. '.Ti, 1&L b'-'O tf
1 7 T. RHOADS,
- ! VV . CONTKACTOK & HUILDLK,
Shop on Queen Htrcit, iru.u Alakcu.
r.) i inn
CATTLi: A llOKSLS.
A1IOUT l!i() 11P.AI) DP CATTLK,
ALL ages and bim, and iiicluilnrir
.Milking Cows, Culvu.4, Ilelferi and
Stecrri. Will fell la lots to suit intend
Ing imichiiiiis, hut (-refers to sell all in
one lot. ANo several kooiI hoivc. Ap
ply to MIIS, COSTA,
hi( Kallhl Valloy.
NOT I OI3.
LL ACCOUS'TSAd.MXST MOKK
& CO.. MnchiriliiU, will lm col
lected by .1. A. l'.ibner. All accounts
hereafter will lie payable monthly.
8!!0 lw MOKK fc CO.
Books and Acoount3 and Cub-
J, E. WISEMAN.
Gonoral Business Agent, Merchant 61,
Telephone 17S f 0. Box 'J 15
PBH s. s. M.YHIPOSA.
A .SMAIjJ I-.OT OK
kou sali: uh:ap t tiik
ASTOK HO US$13
c j. McCarthy-
Best Manila, Havana and Amerioan
Cigars on Hand.
Preth Vanity IVr.Llitle Ileauiic-. Gold
liar, Tin ec King ami the Pel
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco,
Out Foil and Plug.
The UilliiiKl Tulilc-t of this oMablish-
inunt hate lm n m covered and
leveled, which nukus them
the best in town.
Ginger Ale and Soda Water on Ice.
EST Call anil tec me. "a
G Jfi. 3 S tl O S3! :i Ic o !
No.CS Hotel street,
Opposite Iniuri.ational Hold,
Canes and Walking1 Sticks,
.Made of ivcry kind of
Hr.ii.keN, Uornicc, Curtain PoIe, Ac.'
madu ol ihe latest designs'.
Ttrriii: i.adiin or uo.voi.n.r
DKBSSMAKKK. lmvinj,' returned'
luis resumed business.
Feathers Cleanul, Dyul and Cm led in
all the newiH Mudes.
('oilier of Kimr and liiehnrd Streets.
Slallioiis :il llliii'slilld !
lly .l.uk Malone, lie by Lexington
Ut darn, Ivy Leaf, In imported Anstra
II in ; Villi (lain, Hay Flower, by Lexing
ton; !)rd dam, ll.iy Leaf, by 'imported
Yorkshire; It 1 1 (him, Imported Mm la
lllnek, by Phllo da Put.ilr, etc., etc.
IStlaai' was bied lit the great S'ood
Inun P.iini, near Levington, Kj , by the
lalcll. A. Allx intler, uml was sold to
Y. L. l'litchard, of Sacramento, Cil.,
for 5,001'. He stands 15'.,' hands,
weighs 1,005 lbs., and h a bright chest
nut color. Duri'ig his racing ("ireer he
downed many a fuwiiitc, and won iii.inv
a liatlill nl money lor ills owners, ami
piOM'd himself one of llu; greatest of
horses over a ili-tancc, most of Ills races
. being at two and foirr miles. Hu has
I air eady sired several colts in California
I tint lire winners, among which aie
Llziu D.iubar, Young llaKaar, hophla,
and another called the Ila.aiir Minerva
' Coll, he being out or Minimi bj Im-
poited Leamington, I ho siui of I'.uolu
! and Iroquois. Lizzie Dunbar greatly
1 dUtliigiiishrd hcraelf Inst year in her
two-year old form bj dufetting one of
the largest fklds ot two-voir olds that
i over siarlu.l In California, among which
weiuthe two beiutirul lllllis brought
here hist Spring hi Mr. Agncw, illslaneu
I a mile; time, l-0IJj, the lastesit lime on I
I record lor iwo-ycar-ouis at ine il jiancc.
' This year 'lie has won several important
event's, and lias proved herself lobe a
crack tliii'c-ycai old.
jSit'.uiir has now been brought back
i to Honolulu, and will remain here the.
balance of ibl' .vear, and breeders, horse
' owners and stock raNers should avail
themselves of tho oppniitiullv to obtain
bis services while I hey have the chance. I
'IVpihh, VIO. Payable at lime of
The Imported Clydesdale Stallion
SJonalil EM:iiiii', .Bs1., will Bland at
the same time and place al ).' for the
season, lie was tned in Canada, tired
' by Impelled Donald Diiiaie, and out ol
an imported Chdesdale mare. He Is a
beautiful dappfo groy, 10 bauds higli,
and weighs 1,400 lbs.: is veiy active,
1 and as lino a large hone ai could be
found any whore.
Also, the line large Importer! Ken
tucky .luck Sampson. This is one
of the lirgeU Jacks that we could ilnd
In California, and K an animal of im
mense bone; Is u viry Hine breeder, mid
hliould be liberally patronized, as lie is
one of Ihe veiy'liort animals ol his
Mud. Tir:N, $:tO for the season.
Tlio puhlio are cordially lnItctl lo
call and Inspect tho above animals.
Mirrshllckl, Sept. 10, 1881. 818 tf
Grand and Successful Opening
TEMPLE .OF FASHION,
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St.,
The gauural public aro invited to give u a call and iupt,
at our opening, our new and select stock of Dry Good ,
Fancy l!noils; Ladies', Children's, and Infant's Wear.
Millinery. Clothing, (tents' Furnishing Goods, Traveling
Trunk-!, Valises, House Furnishing Goods, and an Klegant
and complete Stock of Ladies'. Gent'". Misses'. Children's,
and Infants' Shocd,
S OOHIV Ac OO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
SSSZSSsh. r. ,
- . rrr
Moos. ,-jr ;;1 yKS
'. . "u,iiv.1"j,7',-i. n-i . -rf.zzL
Fciit'i' Wirt'JMMl Staples, Korosonc Oil a spcciaUy.
I'aints. Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnisliiiif;- (Joods, Plated Ware, &o., iKre.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
Tit malic I'lMini I'oi- a l.iii'i StneK ol'
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From Loudon, Xevv York, and S.rrr PraLcuco.
All stook on hand during the next 30 days will be sold for cash,
( onsit!ng in pari of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AXD ALL KINDS OP JH'MC GOODS.
Jarlor Sol, lUiilroom Sets, Contve Tables,
Cluiirt, IjOiiuus, rainUns, I2nj?raviii;s, Obvomos,
And a Lame Variety of I'liney (iooiN.
725 lm LYCAN &: Oo.
(Ri'cr r.ssons 'in
(Irocers. - -
Haslcrn Oysters in tins anil shell.
Ami full He ol" Frt'sli Sliitle rfirii's.
Island Orrlersi-oliclted Telephone Xo. 210. P. O. Ilo til)?.
(I. I) Kill. I. I'll
v. I I'l-AdllK
Freeth. & Peacock,
a:t Xiiiiiiiiii S(ri''(.
gllllNDl.l 1.1 , II- I-
WINE & SPIEIT
Genoral Commission Merohanls,
OI-TKK I'OK SALP.
Al li' LoMOHt Market Kali"
a laigeand well elcrtcd fctook of
the Choicest and most Pavnrlte
&e., A-e., A-c,
All Goods Guaranteed,
mid orders filled promptly.
Telephone 10. ( P. O. Ho.v 3fi()
J - . i kj r
Elc. Etc.. Elc.
, ".-.r..i!7 -5.-Mr" '
ur.Ni.i)v i. 10 i
- 67 & 69
ex h S Alamedil,
A Lane Asi
White & Colored Mnitiug
At the Lowest Prices
at A. S. Clegliorn & Co's
C IIP. WO TAI it Co. i-composeil ot Ho
O Yce. Ho Pa Yat, Ho On and Mine
Wa) having bought from Lo Sam Sing
the Kicc Plantation, with the house, cat
tic and implunent, at W.ilmnlu, Ewa,
Island of Oahu, which the said Lo Sam
Slug bought Irom the Sam Hup Com.
pany (composed of Lo Kau Kook and
Ah Chun), hereby give notice that all
claims against ilio mid Plantation to
date are to hu settled by the said Lo Ham
Slug. All poisons am warned agulnet
culling lues on the estate at the follow
ing Lands- Kaiilu, Aina Lol; lCahalaa,
Alna Lol; Kaiimiuml, Aina Lol; Pau-kea-lkl,
he Puiione Loioj anil Kapou.
wela, A lua Kolu.
sin: wo tai it oo.
Waiiiialu, Augiut y7th, 188L
Hall I'roriririrnoH !
NHW Dr.SIGXS, just received from
San Francisco, at Tiik Daiiv Hul.