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FMDAY, OCT. 17, 1884.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
.All (line from noon of to-day. Oct. 17
Sun Set 5 "".
Sun HUos 17 f7.
.Moon KUcs 17 M.
High Tlilo (equal) 00.
High Title (equal) 15 00.
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llrruti trom noon jeitcriliiy:
Awffiftl. Thcnuometar Italn.
. 4li I (Hi I Mil 'ill till ISh lltolfih
I 21I.NI I 23.W ,SH.7 K! 3 I 7fi 73 U. Ill
Wind, S. TV. Hindi ruin kciih1Ij ky,
clnmly ; Sen, liioilciute.
Diamond Head, Oct. l"i, 3ii.m
Light S. W. whul.
OCEANIC S.S. CO.
I'OU BN K1IANC1SCO.
Aluuii'ila. ...Leaves Honolulu, Nov. 1st
Mariposa Leave)lIwnolulu, Nov. 15
PACIFIC MAILS. STCO.
Will AUOKI.AN1) AXI) flVDNHVi
Stnir City of Sydney Nov 1
FOlt SAN 1'IIANCIhCO.
StinrAustiulia Oct. 20
Ilk Vnruna from Liverpool
Sehr Llholiho from rutialuii
Sehr Walehu from AValalua
Stmr .Ins Makee forOabu anil Kauai
Sehr Haleakala for Pepeokeo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sehr AVnloll for Mallko
.Sehr Wallole for llllo
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Ilordeaux, 1'hillpot
Ship El Dorado, Hitmplirlei
Hark U It lilhop, Woltors
llktno Discovery, l'errinian
lirlgTowera, I.a (liion
Hark Emerald, (hitter
Jlark Calbaricn, Hubbard
Hgtno Glaus Spreekels Drew
Itgtim Ha.ard, Tlcrnev
Hark Ophelia, Moddrel
Hark Nicholas Thayer, Crohy
For Oahu and Kauai, per .las Makee,
Oct 17 Mrs Oloiau, T X Kaiaikawaha.
I) Simpson and about HO deck.
Sehr Lihollho brought 70 bales of
The. Jus Makee took this morning, 12
Portuguese men, !) women and 14 chil
dren for Spauldlng, Kealla, Kauai, and
4 men, 2 women and 1 children for .7 L
Richardson, AValanac, Oahu.
The weather being too rough yester
day afternoon the sailing of the
Kilaiica Hon was postponed until this
The hk Varuna arrived this day, 102
days from Liverpool.
LOCAL & GENERAL TlEWJT
A Guuman wants a situation.
To-mokkotv will be St. Luke's
day. Special services will be held
in the Anglican Church.
PiCTUiti: Frames of nil kinds made
to order, at prices within the reach of
all, at King Bros. Try them. 815 3t
Tin: new law which makes it un
lawful to sell liquor to women,
minors or drunkards, comes into
Tin: Pacific Navigation Co.
advertise tiic brig Hazard for freight
or charter. She has lately returned
from the South Seas with laborers'.
1 1 . .
Tin: Arithmetic Class will meet at
the Y. M. C. A. Hall next Tuesday
evening at 7 o'clock. Fractions will
Am. Government ofllccs have been
closed throughout the day in conse
quenco of the decease of the Hon.
. . -
Cauinkt Tliotos 83 per doz, cards
$1 per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for
merly A. A. Montano's. 82G tf
ii ' '
A Nkw Fkatuuk. Wo now keep
in 6tock a good supply of Rice
Straw put up in conveniently sized
bales for bedding for horses, also a
largo stock of fresh Hay and Grain,
ex Mariposa Union Feed Co.
Wi: arc sorry to learn that Postmaster-General
Whitney is confined
to the house through indisposition.
Hope to see him out again in a few
. - , .
Tin: Daily Ilawaiiun of last even
ning btatcd that the case of J. H.
Grant for assault had been com
menced yesterday morning. This is
a sad mistake ; the case tried yester
day was that of a Chinaman, Lo
Quid, for assault on another China
man, an appeal from the Police
Court. The Jury returned a verdict
of not guilty, and tho Court ad
journed at onco out of respect to the
memory of Mrs. Bishop.
KfftWl'SSH.tfJiSBBllim'i M1' 1fSUSHiit "
Tiik bnrkeiitino Discovery which '
arrived yesterday made the passage I
from San Francisco inside of twelve '
Tin: steam whaler Bowhcad, which '
has touched at this port, lias been j
crushed in the ice in the Arctic
ocean. Her crew was saved.
Tin: Court will go into mourning
for the late Honorable Mrs. Bernice
Paualii Bishop from to-day until the
second day of November.
Caitais Ticrney, of the brig
Hazard, presented to His Majesty
the King yesterday morning, n large
quautity of curios from the South
Tin: schooner Liholilio took eigh
teen days to go from Honolulu lo
PiiihiUui, Hawaii, on her last trip.
She had a cargo of coal for Pallida
Plantation, and was unable to lind
Tin: annual meeting of the
Planters' Labor and Supply Company
will open on Monday next, at 10 a.
m., in Campbell's building, room
next the American Consulate.
A mi:i:tixo for worship is an
nounced for tliis (Friday) evening, at
7.30, at the Lyceum, where all in
terested are invited at Hie request of
Hannah Hall, of Ohio, U. S. A., who
is now on her way homeward from a
religious visit of two years to the
Australian Colonies. She is assisted
by James B. Cotton, an Australian.
We are informed that, though in
sympathy with Quaker principles of
200 years ago, their meetings arc
undenominational and are otherwise
free. 811 '21
Tin: arrival of steamers at this
port during the next four weeks
will be somewhat lively. The S. S.
Alameda will be due on Wednesday
next from San Francisco. On the
following Sunday the S. S. Austra
lia is due from the Colonics, and on
Saturday, Nov. 1st, tho S. S. City
of Sydney should be along from
San Francisco. Eight days later
the S. S. Mariposa will be due from
San Francisco. The new steamer
for the Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Co. may bo looked for at any
P' iTiiiiii yamlmaiUlMBmvBKia
LYING IN STATE.
The remains of the late Hon. Mrs.
Bernice Paualii Bishop were lying
in state at the residence, Kaakopua,
Emma street, from 10 until 2 o'clock
this afternoon. The body was laid
on a bier appropriately draped, in
the centre of the large room on the
mauJca side of the house. Six kahili
bearers stood on cither side as a
guard with members of tiic House
hold Troops, who will act as a guard
of honor. At the four corners stood
Cols. C. P. Iaukea, J. Boyd, Majors
Rosa and Baker. At the head stood
large kahilis, emblems of the high
rank 'of the deceased.
A very large number of Hawaiian
and foreign residents paid a last
visit of respect and looked upon the
face of one who was so universally
respected, and who is now numbered
with the blest. On taking a last
look at the well-known features of
deceased, it was not possible to rea
lize she had suffered so much as
she has done, the face being so well
preserved and so natural. Present
in tho room we noticed His Majesty
the King, Her Majesty Queen Emma,
II. R. II. Princess Liliuokalani, II.
R. II. Princess Likclike, His Ex.
Gov. Dominis, Hon. A. S. CIcghorn
and a number of the most intimate
friends of tho deceased. In the cor
ridors and on tho verandahs, a largo
number of her faithful Hawaiian
attendants were showing their grief
by wailing in sorrowful tones. '
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
By the kindness of Messrs. Oat,
we have foreign dates up to the 4lh
inst., three days later than the last
The report of the cholera in Italy,
for the twenty-four hours ending
with the 3rd, shows 23 1 fresh cases
and 7-1 deaths, against 321 fresh
oases and 191 deaths for the preced
ing twenty-four hours. .These
figures include 80 cases and fit)
deaths in Naples, and 21 cases and
2f deaths in Genoa. The total
number of deaths from cholera in
Franco the last week in September
was 177, against 210 for the preced
TRUTH ABOUT GOVERNMENTS.
KniTim Bt m.utin: Your leading
article of Wednesday J read with
pleasure, particularly the latter part,
which expresses hopelessness of
" better government at the hands of
any set of men who seek the reins
mainly for the sake of the advan
tages of power, or who seek power '
by the backdoor of adventitious cir- '
cuinstances or by means of secret
intrigue," and makes the statement
that "good government is impossi
ble in the hands of men who hold
their positions independently of the
confidence and good-will of a majo
rity of right-minded citizens." There
is a whole volume of truth embraced
in these few lines, which every
earnest and patriotic man, from the
head of the nation to the tip of its
tail, may study with profit. It is a
solemn truth, though often lightly
considered, that men who strive for
power "mainly for the sake of the
advantages of power," and arc not
above stooping to " means of secret
intrigue" for its acquirement, arc
not worthy of the power they seek.
Such men, no matter how hijjli their
rank or how brilliant their paits,
should never bo trusted by a nation,
for they arc its foes and not its
friends. I care not what party they
represent, men of this character
should be restrained by the united
patriotic sentiment of a country from
the use of position and power for the
gratification of their own personal
proclivities. That "good govern
ment is impossible in the hands of
men who hold their positions inde
pendently of tho confidence and
good-will of a majority of right
minded citizens," is perfectly in
telligible to intelligent men educated
in tho principles of representative
government. Any government to be
good, in the sense of being satisfac
tory to the governed, must conform
to the wislt of the governed. Other
wise there will bo dissatisfaction and
unrest. No government can be
strong or stable, and no government
can long endure without " the con
fidence nud good-will of a majority
of right-minded citizeiis." To des
pise that confidence and disregard
that good-will is foil'. No enlight
ened statesman in a free country
ever attempts such a tiling in these
days. The Rulers and Governments
of England were long learning the
lesson, until at last they mastered it.
Only the other day two sons of
Queen Victoria, members of the
House of Lords, signified their in
tention to support Gladstone's Re
form Bill in the next session, because
they know it to be the wish of the
people. They would not dare openly
oppose themselves to public senti
ment, whatever might be their
private inclinations; for thereby
they would give the throne of that
mighty empire a shove that would
make it shako to its foundation.
Yes, and even here, tiic Government
of this country cannot last unless by
the " confidence and good-will of a
majority of right-minded citizens."
Be sure of this,
A Mkki: Looici:n-O.v.
The Royal Palace of Christians
borg, Denmark, lias been burned, the
paintings and valuables saved.
IS hereby civon that neither
the Captain nor the Agents of
mo American nark .Nicholas
Thayer will bo responsible
for any debt contracted by tho crew of
said Hark without tholr written order.
R. S. CROSBY. Muster.
11. HACKFELD & Co., Audits.
Honolulu, Oct. It), 1834. 815 3t
CUNE .SEATS IN CIIAIH3, AND
SIMILAU WORK neatly dono for
a low pneu by
815 lw No tf King Street.
A WHITE FOX TERMER HITCH.
ANY pel son finding tho panic- will
be rownrded by leaving it at tho olllcu
of O. W. Muefurlano & Co. 8)4 lit
LOT FOlt NALK.
A VALUALE HOUSE LOT
FOR SALE on Kulnokfihiia
S Plains. Imiulre of
V. O. SMITH.
Honolulu, Oct. l.-i, 1881.
CONTRACTOR it BUILDER.
Shop on iJucen street, near Aiauea.
CATTLE & HORSES.
ABOUT 150 HEAD OF CATTLE,
ALLJagcs and sizes, and including
Milking Cows, Calves, Heifers and
Steers. ViU sell in lots to suit Intend,
ing purchasers, hut prefers to sell nil in
ono lot. Also several good Iioitos. Ap
ply to MRS. COSTA,
822 tf Kallhl Valloy.
Booka and. Accounts and Cus
tom Houso Business prompt
ly, carefully and accuratoly
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant Bt.
Telephone 172 1. 0. Box 316.
PER S. S. MARIPOSA,
A HaiAJ LOT OK
,.. MMI.I.MMW3UM ,
III! I I I I I I I I I I .V
EOR SALE CHEAP AT THE
70 Hotel Street.
C J. MCCARTHY Prop'tor.
Boot Manila, Havana and American
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity Fair, Little IScnutic, Hold
liar, Three Kings and the Pel
Chowing and Smoking Tobacco,
Cut Foil and Plug.
The Billiard Tables of this establish.
inent hae been recovered and
leveled, which makes them
the best In town.
Ginger Alo and Soda Water on Ice.
1ST Call and see inc. ia
O si i ii o t ni jl 1c !
No.o:) Hotel street,
Opposite lutcri.ntlonal Hotel,
Canes and Walking- Sticks,
Made of every kind of
Brackets, Cornices, Curtain Poles, iVc.'
made ot the latest designs.
to Tin: J.AOir.s ov iioxoi.vm:
DRESSMAKER, having returned
has resumed business.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed nnil Curled in
all the newest 'hades.
Comer of King and Richard Street'..
64 33 A&JJkJE&S
By Jack Malone, he by Lexington.
1st dnm, Ivy Leaf, Ijt imported Austra
lian ; 2nd dam, Bay Flower, by Lexing
ton; 3rd dam, Bay Leaf, by "imported
Yorkshire; 4lh dam, Imported Maria
Black, by Philo da Putah, etc., etc.
Kazan r was bred at tho great Wood
burn Farm, near Lexington, Ky., by the
late It. A. Alexander, and was, sold to
W. L. Pritchard, of Sucrainciito, Cal.,
lor !?i,uui'. no kiami.s 10 ' IianUs,
weighs 1,001 Hid., and is a bright chest
nut color. During his lacing career ho
downed many a favorite, and won ninny
a hatful of money for his owners, anil
proved himself one of tho greatest of
horses over a distance, mot of his races
being at two and four miles. lie has
already sired several colts in California
that aro winners, among which aie
Liz.iu Dunbar, Young Bazaar, Sophia,
and another called the Bazaar Minerva
Colt, he being out of .Minerva by Im
poited Leamington, the sire of Parole
and Iroquol. Llzlo Dunbar greatly
distinguished herself bust year In her
two-year-old form by defeating ono of
tho largest llelds ot two.yonr.olds that
ever stinted In California, among which
were the two beautiful Allies brought
hero last Spring by Mr. Agncw, distance
milo; time, 1.01Jf, the fastest time on
record for two-year-olds at the distance.
This year she lias won several important
events, nud has proved herself to lie a
Itnzunr has now been brought back
to Honolulu, and will romnln here the
balance of this year, and breeders, horse
owners and stock raisers should avail
themselves of the opportunity to obtain
bis services while they have the chance.
TurniM, 8-10. Payable at time of
The Imported Clydesdale Stallion
Donald IHinik', Jr., will stand at
tho tamo time and place at $.'iO for the
season. Ho was bred In Cannda, sired
by Impoitcd Donald Dinnic, and out of
an imported Clydesdale mare. He Is a
beautiful dapple- grey, 10 hands high,
and weighs 1,400 lbs.: is very active,
and as lino a largo horse as could bo
Also, ibo lino large Imported Ken
tucky .lack Sampson. This Is one
ot the kirgcst. Jacks that wo could Unci
in L'aiiioriiia. unit is an animal of im
mense bono; is a very sure breeder, and
should bo liberally patronized, as ho Is
ono of tho very beet animals of his
1:1ml. TorniH, H'.W for tho season.
Tho public aro cordially Invited to
call and Inspect the above animals.
Marshfield, Sept. 15, 1884. 818 t(
Stallions si Marslillil !
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St.,
The general publiu are invited to give u a call anil iuspeot,
at our opening, our new and select stock of Dry (SooiU,
Fancy Goods; Ladies', Children's, and Infant's Wear,
Millinery, Clothing, CJents' Furnishing Goods, Traveling
Trunks, Valises, 1 rouse Furnishing Goods, and an Klegant
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' Shoes.
fen COHN Ac CO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware Agricultural Implements,
Elj., Etc., Etc.
Fonco "Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Taints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing- Goods, Plated Ware, &c., &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To make room for a I.urce NlucU oI
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, Xew York, and San Francisco.
All stook on hand during the next 30 days will bo sold for cash,
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
ASM ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chronios,
And a Laige Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 1m LYOAN Sc Co.
Family Grocers, - - - 67 & 69 Hotel St
Just Hcecived ex S S Alameda,
Grapes, Pears, Pins. Peacles, Amies ml Celery.
Eastern Ovsters in tins ami shell.
And a full line of
Island Orders solicited. Telcnlioiio
Cl. D. FIIKKTII.
W. O. I'KACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
iili Xuiinnn Ntri'ct.
Kuoxoi.ui.tr, u. i.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gonoral Commission Merchants,
OFFKH FOU SALK
At (ho Lowest 31m'uct ltui'
a lariio and well selected stock of
the Choicest and most Favorite
&c, &e., &c.,
All Goods Guaranteed,
r.nil oiders filled promptly,
TelenhonoMO. 1 0. Ilox 8C0.
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
1-YonIi ShiK Urorprie..
Xo. 2 10. l O. ISox UU7.
k Lane Assortment
lite Colored Matting '
- KOH SAI.K
At tho Lowest Prices
at A. S. CIcghorn & Co's
SEE WO TAI & Co. (composed of Ho
Yce, Ho I'd Yat, Ho On and Ming
AVn) having hought from Lo Sam Sing
tho ltice Plantation, with tho house, cat
lie and implements, at Wainiulu, Ewa,
Island of Oahu, which the said Lo Sam
Sing hought from the Sam Hop Com.
pnny (composed of Lo ICau Fool; and
Ah Chun), herehy give notice that all
claims against the said Plantation to
date aro to ho settled hy tho said Lo Sam
Slug. All persons mo warned ngalnet
culling trees on tho estate at tho follow
Ing Lands: Knulu, Aina Loi; ICahiilaa,
A hi a I.ol; Kaiimiumi, Aina Loi; Pau.
kea-iki, ho Piuiono Loco; and ICapou.
wela, Aina Kolu. ,
SEE WO TAI vt CO.
Wainialti, Augiiht 27th, 1881.
Hull I'rojfrn'iiiitiuM !
NEW DESIGNS, just received from
Sun FrnncUco, at The Daily Hui