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SATURDAY, OCT, 18, 1881,
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
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OCEANIC S. S. CO.
roil SAX 1'ltANCIRCO.
Abimcdn.... Leave Ilonolulu. Nov. 1st
Maripoa Leaves Honolulu, Nov. 15
PAcm'c mails. sTco.
KOll AUCKLAND AM) STIMiUY:
Stnir City of Sydney Nov 1
roil SAX I'UAKCIPCO.
Stmr Australia Oct
Stmt- Llkellkc from KulmUil
Selir Catcrbm from Hanalel
Selir ICekauluolil from llanalcl
Stnir Kiiinu from Windward Ports
Ilk Paelllc Slope from X S W
Selir Waloll for Mallko
.Solir AVallolo for llilo
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Llkellkc for Kalmlul
Selir Wnlehu for Walalua
Selir Ciiterlna for Hanalel
Selir ICekauluolil for Hanalel
VESSELS IN PORT.
H S Jlordeaux, Phlllpot
Ship 151 Dorado, Humphries .
Hark O It lllshop, Wolters
ilktuu DNcovery, Perrlman
Hrig Towcra, La Guen
Bark Emerald, Gutter
Bark Calbarlen, Hubbard
Bgtne Clans Sprocket, Drew
Ugtue Hazard, Tbrney
Bark Ophelia, Moddrel
Bark Nicholas 'I'haycr, Crosby
Bark Varuna, Ingram
From Kalmlul, pc.' Llkellkc, Oct 18 A
Uimn, Mr Wheeler, .r William, P X
Makco and wife, 15 M Walsh, A II
Smith, C Baker, 11 Coruwell, Mrs T W
Kverett ami servant, Miss Low, Miss 12
Parker and Miss II Parker.
From Windward Port, per Kinau,
Oct 18 Hon S 0 Wilder, W Y Homer,
.1 M Horner, F P Hastings. .1 A Beck
wlth.ltlt lllnd, S Sellg, WSMay.lt
Wallace. C II Bragg, K llalstead, F S
Dunn, B B Macey, .1 D Freetli, G W
Paty, .1 31 Ltdgate, A Lldgate, T S Kay.
LAfseu, S 1j Kawelo, Mrs Vcary and
The selir Anna, dipt McCulloeh, ar
rived at Kahiilul, Oct lltli, from San
Fiiinclco with a general cargo. Pas
senger, 0 Hargreaves.
The FclirAiuiii sailed from Kalmlul,
Oct 17th, for San Francisco with '.11G2
bags of sugar, weighing 417,010 lbs,
valued at S'JO.IHO.
Thobktno Wretler, Capt Sehanner,
arrived at Kalmlul, Oct 11th, from Ut
paladl with a cargo of lumlier to Wilder
Selir ICekauluolil brought 08 bags of
rice and 52 hides.
The dredge will begin to dig along
the wharves on Monday.
The Nettle Merrill will sail for Laha
ina on Tuesday next.
The llaleakala was towed to sea this
morning by the stmr Kaplolani.
Tlio stmirt Planter, Iwalanl and C It
Bishop will arrive to-morrow.
The Kinau brought 51 bead cattle, 50
koa boards, 2 1 bags ginger and -10 pkgs
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Nr.w moon to-night.
Am. aboard for the skating rink to
night. Tub Rev. George Wallace will
preach at St. Andrews Cathedral
to-morrow morning and evening.
PiCTtmr. Frames of all kinds made
to order, at prices within the reach of
all, at King Bros. Try them. 815 3t
Gr.onoi: will have to give up his
brake, as tho Government requires
it to mount an cloven-inch gun on,
as a field piece.
"IIaud-woukeus arc never troub
led with insomnia," says a physi
cian. Very true; look at our hard
ii . .
Cabint.t Photos S3 per doz, cards
$lpcr do, at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for
merly A. A. Montano's. 82G tf
Watku will be shut off from tho
Kulaoknhtm district (bounded by
Punahou, Kaplolani and above Bere
tunla streets), on Tuesday, Oct. 21,
1881, from G a. m. to 3 i. m.
A New Fkatuuu. "Wo now keep
in stock u 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.
TmrComl will sit In llnnrn Krl
dnynoxl. October 21 lli.
ilfsTin: McCully was occupied In
the Supreme Court this morning
hearing divorce cases.
Tin; first annual meeting of the
I'siolllc Navigation Co. will lie hold
Wednesday, October S'.Uli, til
m., til tin Company's olllce,
There will he somewhat of n stir
in the matrimonial market this even
ing. A number of the boys arc busy
to-day brushing their Sunday clothes
and whitewashing their kid gloves.
A mttm; girl in New York offered
a rather remarkable prayer one
night, when she said: " I do thank
Thee, God, for all my blessings, and
I'll do as much for you seme, time."
At the Hethel Union Church to
morrow, the Rev. K. C. Oggel will
preach in the morning on "The one
talent" and in the evening "Unde
cided". There will be a praise
service at 7. 15 o'clock.
llox. S. G. "Wilder, who returned
by the Kinau to-day, reports very
heavy weather on the lee side of the
islands. lie also' stales that the
steamers Kinau, Likclikn and Kilauca
Hon each lost an anchor.
Tin; Branch Hospital at Kakaako
is pretty well filled, there being nearly
200 leper occupantsr. It is quite
probable that another shipment of
these unfortunates to Kalawao, will
have to be made at an early date.
TiiANKsr.ivixo Day is approaching
very fast. Of course, everyone
will want a "turkey for dinner on
that day. Lewis & Co. have got a
fine lot of thc3e birds from their
"ranch" on the other side, and will
be able to supply all orders
entrusted to them.
T ax-Coi.i.i:cto!i Luce reports his
business us rather slow, but is look
ing forward to lively times next
week, especially when Chinamen get
to understand that he will receive in
payment of taxes, any decent look
Ionakoxa, the native who had
charge of the Fire Hell Tower, was
committed to the Insane Asylum
this morning by Judge Bickerton.
His friends thought they would be
able to take care of him, but a few
hours soon proved to them that ho
would be best in the Asylum.
At Fort Street Church Sunday
morning, Mr. Cruzan will draw
" Sonic general lessons from the life
and death of the late Hon. Mrs. C.
K. Bishop." In the evening tho
reverend gentleman will take for his
subject, " What it is to be a Chris
tian?" All arc cordially invited to
Kai.uaai.oi-ai, Lot Fernandez and
Kcaouli, three young boys, were
charged in Police Court this morn
ing with assault and battery on a
Chinese boy named Ah Phart. As
the complainant was not well versed
in the art of speaking the truth tho
boys were discharged, Kcaouli being
Tin: annual meeting of the share
holders of the Hawaiian Carriage
Manufacturing Co. was held this
morning. Tho following olllcers
were elected: President, G.Wcst;
Vice-President, B. F. Dillingham;
Secretary and Treasurer, E. G.
Schuman, Manager, S. M. Whitman ;
Assistant Manager, W. W. Wright ;
Auditor, W. F. Allen.
Ykstekuay afternoon about three
o'clock, the remains of the late Hon.
Mrs. Bishop were placed in u lend
collln and scaled up, waiting now
until the outer coffin of Koa wood,
which is being inndc, is completed.
The funeral will take place on Sim
day, November 2d, from tho resi
dence, Kmma street, and tho remains
will be placed in tho Royal Mauso
leum with state honors.
Fivi: boys were up in the Polico
Court this morning charged with lar
ceny of various articles from Ah
Lam, a Chinaman having a store on
Liliha street. Tho two oldest, Ioano
and Manuel, were sentenced to one
year's imprisonment at hard labor
each, and fined 810. Tho other
thrco wcro remanded to the Refor
matory School, His Honor giving
tho principal instructions to punish
them as ho saw fit.
At I the rliooU In the city except
lolanl College were closed yestcr
dny, out of respect to the memory
of Mrs. Bishop,
Tun Honolulu's champion bat has
been removed from Nolto's doorway
were It lias been so long admired.
We hear that it is to he freshly paint
ed, have new ribbons, and that u
glass case is to be made for it to be
placed in. Since writing the above
some young rascal came and told us
that Xoltc is going to chop it up for
firewood, and use it to cook Mon
Is " loma's " two columns of
mnkc-you-sick in the Press this
morning, he states that, "in com
pany with a friend one night, he en
tered a private room of one of the
saloons on the corner of Hotel and
Nuuanii streets." We have our opi
nion of a man who enters such places
as these, and it brings forcibly to
our mind something wo saw hanging
to one of the Nuuanti Valley lamp
posts late one evening about two
(Joncral William A. Troop has
died a suicide in Detroit, cause of
the act unknown.
Tho United States and Mexico arc
about concluding a reciprocal pos
tal treaty, the American domestic
rates to be adopted.
An investigation reveals the fact
that the clerk, recorder, sheriff and
treasurer of Ksscx county, New
Jersey, have stolen $800,000 from
Bancroft the historian celebrated
his 8 ith birthday at Newport, llliodc
Island, Oct. 3rd. Congratulations
from all parts of the world poured
The fastest of the fastcsts on re
cord is probably the trip made by
the steamship Texan, which arrived
at New Orleans Oct. 3rd, from
Liverpool, in six days and ten hours.
Belgium has fixed tho surtax on
foreign sugar at 10 percent.
aMII5 FIHST ANNUAL MKKTIN'G
. of the Pacific Navigation Co. will
be held at the Company's olllce, Queen
street, on Wednesday, Oct 20. at 111 a.m.
DIVIDEND of I per:
hare on the
Sx. stock of tho l'aelllc Navigation
Company will he payable at the olllce
of the Company, on Thursday next.
F. 11. OAT, Secretary.
Honolulu, Oct. 18, 1881. 810 It
A T THE ANNUAL .MEETING
XX THE Shareholders of ihc Hawai
inn Carriage Manufacturing Co. held
this day, Saturday, Oct. IS, the follow,
log olllcers were duly elected for the
Vice-President 15. V. Dillingham
Manager S. M. Whitman
Asst. Manager W. W. Wright
Secretary & Treasurer. . 12. G. Scluuniin
Oatcli of 1884.
l""tn' Malu ly
DE. 3P. .AXXAJMCS,
833 QUEKX STREET. 2v
IS hereby given that neither
the Captain nor the ARcnts of
the Aniurleau ISarU Nicholas
ESSsPTliaycr will be reupoiiblblo
for any dclit contracted by the crew of
wild liark without their written order.
11. S. CHOSHY. Master.
II. IIACKPELD & Co., Agents.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1831. 8jjlt
CANE SEATS IX CIIA1KS, AND
SIMILAR WORK neatly done for
n low price hy
815 lw No !) King Street.
WHITEPOX TERRIER DITCH.
ANY person Hading tho same will
bo rowarded hy leaving It at tho olllce
of Q. W. Macfurlano & Co. 811 Ot
LOT VOU NAM'!.
A VALUALI2 HOUSE LOT
FOR SALE on Kulaoknhua
Plains, luqulrc of
W. O. SMITH.
Honolulu, Oct. ir, 1881.
CATTLE & HORSES.
ABOUT 1C0 HEAD OF CATTLE,
ALL'agesand sizes, and Including
Milking Cows, Calves, Helfoii and
Steers. Will sell in lots to suit Intend
ing purchasers, but prefers to Bell all In
one lot. Also several good horees. Ap.
ply to MRS. COSTA,
823 tf Knllhl Valloy.
Fli BED SALIOI
Books unci Accounts and Cub
torn Houso Business prompt
ly, cnrofully and ncouratoly
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telephono 172 P. 0. Box 315.
PI5U S. S. MA1UPOSA,
-V .SaiAr-L. JOT OF
ljjUU UUUMUC.UIJ .
FOR SAW! CHEAP AT TI112
70 Hotel Stieet.
c. j. McCarthy
Best Manila, Havana and Amorican
Cigars on Hand.
Fresh Vanity Fair, Little Denudes, Oold
liar, Three King and the Pet
Chewing and Smoking Tobacco,
Cut Foil and Plug.
The Billiard Tables of this establish
ment hao been io covered and
leveled, which makes them
the best in town.
Ginger Ale and Soda Water on Ice.
EST Call and eco inc. "a
On 1 i u titmit !";
0: Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and "Walking Sticks,
Made of uvery kind of
Brackets, Cornices. Curtain Pole3, &c.'
made ol the latest designs.
TO thi: I-AlMi: oi HOXOI.M.II
KI2SSUAKER, having returned
has resumed business.
Fealheis Cleaned, Dyed and Curled In
all the newest shades.
Comer of King and lticlmrd Streets.
ISv Jack Mulonc, he by Lexington.
1st dam, Ivy Leaf, by imported Austra
lian; 2nd dam, Hay Flower, by Lexing
ton; 3rd dam, Hay Leaf, by Imported
Yorkshire: -llh (lam, Imported .Maria
lllnuk, by Philo da Putali, etc., etc.
Itn.aar was bred at tho great Wood
burn V.irin, near Lexington, Ky., by the
late R. A. Alcx'imlcr, and was sold to
W. L. Prilchard, of Saeiiiuienlo, C.il.,
for i?.",00l'. He etaiuls IB( hands,
welgh.4 1 ,001 lb."., mill U a blight ehest
nut color. Durl'ig his racing career lie
downed many a favorite, and won many
a hatful of money for his owners, and
proved himself one of the gi eatest of
horses over a distance, most of Ids races
being nt two and four miles. He lias
already sired several colts In California
that nro winuerx, among which are
Lizzie Dunbar, Young llazaar, Sophia,
and another called the Ha.aur .Minerva
Colt, ho being out of .Minerva by Im
poited Leamington, the eiro of Parole
and Iroquois Lizzio Dunbar greatly
distinguished herself last year In her
two-vear-old form by defeatiiij' one of
tho largest field ot two-year.olds that
ever started in California, among which
were the two beautiful fillies brought
hero last Spring by Mr. Agnew, distance
Jb mile; time, 1 .0 1 J, the fastest llnio on
record for two-year-olds at the distance.
Tills year she has won several important
events, and has proved heisolf to he a
Jtuy.uut' has now been brought back
to Honolulu, and will remain iiere the
balance of thli year, and breeders, horse
owners and stock ialscr.4 should avail
themselves of the opportunity to obtain
ids services while they have the chance.
TeniiN, I5-IO. Payable at time of
The Imported Clydesdale Stallion
Donnlil Dinnio, Jr., will stand nt
the same time and place at SIM for tho
season. Ho was bred In Canada, hired
by Imported Donald Dinnie, and out of
an imported Chdesdalo mare. Ho is u
beautiful dajipfu grey, l(i hands high,
and weighs lJOO lbs.: Is very active,
and as lino a large hone as could be
Also, the lino largo Imported Ken
tucky Jack Siiiiiihoii. This Is one
of the largest Jacks that we could llnd
In California, and Is an animal of Im
mense bono; is a very sure breeder, and
should be liberally patronized, as ho Is
ono of the very best nnlmals of his
kind. Tonus $:tO for tho season.
The public arc cordially Invited to
call nud inspect the above animals.
Marshfleld, Sept. IS, 18&I.
Stallions at mm
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St;,
The general public are invited to give u a call and iuspeet,
at our opening, our new and select stock of Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods; Ladies',. Children's, and Infant's Wear,
Millinery, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Traveling
Trunks, Vnliscs, House Furnishing Goods, and an Klcganl
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children',
and Infants' Shoes.
Ss$t OOIXIS' Sc oo.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers &Dealers in Hardware Agricultural Implements,
v .. .. SfllaittMtt3a
FtMicc AViro ;uul Staples, Ivorosonc Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods,
(1- I). ritKETlt.
W. C I'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
2it Xnnaiiii Street.
Honolulu, ii. r.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gcnoral Commission Merchants,
OFFER FOR SALE
At tht LmvcMt Market Itales
a large and well selected stock of
the Choicest and nwst Favorite
LI rands of
&c., &e., &c,
All Goods Guaranteed.
r.ml oidera 111 led promptly.
p. o. llox :;cu.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days
To niako room Tor n I.iirc Ntork or
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From London, New York, and S.in FraueUro,
All slook on hand during tho noxt 30 days will bo sold for cash, '
consisting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OF MUSIC GOODS.
Parlor Sols, Bedroom Sols, Conlro Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Painting" Engravings, CItrouioH,
And a Lmgo Variety of Fancy floods.
L EWIS & CO.,
(8UCCKBSOU8 TO KI'.NNi:i)V li CO.)
Family Grocers, 67 & 69 Hotel St.
Just Received ex 8 S Alameda,
Grapes, Pears, Flint. Peaclies, Ailes nil Celery.
Eastern Oysters in tins and shell.
And u i'nll Hmu ol I'i-cmIi Ntniilc CUroeoricH.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 2fo. P. O. llox 2U7.
Plated Ware, &e., &e.
.ikhm i y.-
-Miprmmrat m iimil.liuwiin'l 'I
J. A. PALMER,
Commission and Custom Houso Broker
and General Business Agent.
During the next fifteen (lays, I will
give particular attention to the
Collection of Quarterly Bills !
My commissions are moderate, and
Iliisiucos Men ami others can be sure
that all matters intrusted to me will bo
X'roinpily jYLtemU.Ml lo. I
Ofllee In Campbell's New Ulock,
813 tf Room No. 7, Up-StalrsJ
Tho Best Lunch in Town,
Tea and Coffee at All Houra
Tho finest Brands of Cigurs and
Tobacco, always on hand.
AT TltK 1'AItK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
resort in the
Kali E'roi'uiiinutM !
NEW DESIONS, just received from
San 1'ianoirco. atTiiK Daily Hill
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