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THURSDAY, OCT. 23, 1881.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time Iiom noon of to-dny, Oot. 13
Sim Sou r 20.
Sun Rises IS 00.
Moon Sets 0 18.
High Tide (small) 7 00.
High Tide (large) 19 30.
WISD iSD WEATHEZl
tlecoril irom noon of yesterday
aYsMSoI. Thermometer '
, 411 ' I Oil I Mil Jh I )h Ull lltO'lSh
I 3U.U1 1 S0.10 I 80.05 0O 103 733 0. U)
Wind, If.E. llffht j 8ky, fair; Sea, mooth.
Diamond Head, Oct 21
lit S. W. wind.
OCEAHICS. S. CO.
roit svx rii.vxcisco.
Almneda Leaves Honolulu. Nov. 1st
Marlpoo . .Leave Hjnolulu, Nov. 15
pacTfig "IvtaTiTsT sTco.
Will ACCKI.ANH ASO SVll.NF.Y:
StmrClly of Sydney Nov t
ron SAN I'llANCIM'O.
titiiir Austuiliii .' Oct. 20
Schr Luka for Kohuln .
BkGcoS Homer from New York
Rio dc Janeiro
Schr Rainbow for Koolnu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr .las Makcc for Oaliu and Kauai
Schr Luka for Kohala
Schr Mana for Honomu
Schr Mary roster for Maul
Schr Knwallanl for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Bordeaux, Phlllpot
Stcain bk Geo.S Homer, Peiry
Ship 121 Dorado, Humphries
Bark O R Bishop, Wolters
Bktno Discover', Pcrrhnan
Brig Tcwera, La Gueii
Baft Emerald, Gattcr
Bark Calbarlcn. Hubbard
Bgtno Hazard, Tlcrncy
Bark Ophelia, Moddrel
Bark Nicholas Thayer, Crosby
Bark Varuna, Ingrain
Bk Pacific Slope, Barnes
9 S Alameda, Morse
From Kauai and Oaliu, per Jas Ma
kcc, Oct 22 R A Macflc, Jr, W R Law
rence and 30 deck.
For Windward Ports, per Planter,
Oct 22 J Costa, Mr W V Dunn, Mrs
W J Maxwell. G Snvder, P McCrav. Dr
J Brodie, .1 J Katalkl and CO deck.
For Kauai, per Iwalanl, Oct 22 Col
Z S Spauldlug, S W Wilcox, Mrs W R
Rowcll, Sen, Mm Johnson and 2 chil
dren, W R Marshall, G C Potter, A
Drelr. Capt II Writers, W J Bralnhall
and 00 dock.
' The bktncs Ella and JJW II Dluiond
sailed from San Francisco for thispoit
on the 0th and 12th Inst, respectively.
The El Dorado will go on the Marine
Railway to be lcpalred.
The Hazard is lylug near the Fish
market, bcinj; repaired.
The repairing of the schr Ehukal Is
complete. She will resume her Walalua
route ou Monday next.
The schr Knmol 13 laid up having n
deck put iii.
The bk C It Bishop is docked near
Ihe old Custom House, to lecelve freight.
She will probably sail on Monday next.
Tho steam bk Geo S Homer, Capt
Perry, arrived this day from New Yoik
via Rio do Janeiro, with a cargo of Coal
for the U S Government. She left New
York April 22. Put into Rio do Janeiro
on account of her cargo ha lng shifted.
Sailed from Rio dc Janeiro July 10.
3ho had head winds and bad weather
throughout the voyage.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Boakd wanted. Sec adv.
A PouTL'ocnsE wants a situation as
will sit in Banco to-
Late Foreign News on our fourth
Read Lowi9 & Co.'s new ndvoi ti-c-
ment in to-day's issue.
Tue S. S. Australia is due from
the Colonics on Sunday.
TnE annual meeting of the Stock
and Bond exchange takes place to
morrow morning at 11 o'clock.
Iacintiio do Monte gives notice
that lie is prepared to undertake con
tracts for well boring at low flguics.
Thx steam bark G. S. Homer with
coal for U. S. Government, arrived
this noon, 184 days from New York.
Messrs. J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.,-are
tho appointed agents in Honolulu for
tho San Francisco Merchant. Wo
havo to thank them for news favors
Polished Black Walnut and
Ebony Pole Cornices, from 1 to 10
feet long, all complete. At King
Bros. 818 3t
Cahixet Photos S3 per doz, cards
SI per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort strcots, for
merly A. A. Moutaiio's. 820 tf
The nnnual meeting of the Royal
Hawaiian Agricultural Society oc
curs this evening nt the Hotel.
Mr. K. 1 Adams offers for sale,
boneless codfish, new catch, 1884,
in fine order and at the lowest price.
Somkont. cntcicd the Rev. Gcoigo
Wallace's couch house last cveulng
and stole theiefrom an English sad
die and n bridle.
The Board of Education has ap
pointed. Mr. F. L. 'Clarke, Superin
tendent of the Census of 1884, for
Tho total amount of the value of
exports from San Francisco to these i
islands for the month of September,
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 will meet
at their Hall this evening at half-past
seven o'clock. Visiting brethen are
cordially invited. Second degree.
. .) -
Ltoss & Levey hold their regular
casli sale to-morrow morning at 10
o'clock. Plated jewclrj' and Taliitan
cocoa nuts will be sold at this sale.
Tun following officers have been
elected for the Wniliee Sugar Co.,
for one year; P. N. Mnkee, Presi
dent; C. B. Mnkee, Vice-President ;
W. G. Irwin, Trcasuier; W. M.
A little white child about two
and-a-half yean of ago was found
wandering about the sticcts this
morning by the Police. Later on it
was restored to its mother.
While the little steamer Kapiolani
was coining from Aid's place at Eva
yesterday, she got ashore at Ford's
Point, Pearl Elver. Her owners went
down thorp this morning to get her
til to Septoinbcr 25th, the total
number of deaths in Europe from
the cholera since the outbreak in
Toulon, according to a minute sys
tem of tables, was 14,132. Of
these, Italy had 7,074.
A New Featl'rh. Wc now keep
in stock n good supply of Rico
Straw put up in conveniently s-ized
bales for bedding for horses, nUo a
large stock of fresh Hay and Grain,
ox Mariposa Union Feed Co.
Dan O'Coniicll, the burly ex
editor of tho l V. Advertiser is a
candidate for justice of the peaco in
San Francisco on the Ben. Butler
ticket. lie's got about as much
chance for election as Ioma has to the
throne of Fiji.
The Britisli Commodore on the
Australian Station has been in
structed to proceed to New Guinea
and proclaim Britisli protectorate
over the southern coast of that
island to the eastward of the 141st
meridian, east longitude.
People often complain of having
to pay exorbitant prices for their
boaid. Thcio will be no occasion
to make such remarks if you take
your meals nt the Astor House, kept
by R. W. Grannis. He lias just
reduced tho price per week to $5,
with all tltc delicacies of the season
Capt. Humphries, of the bark
El Dorado, received orders from tho
owners of the vessel by the mail
yesterday. She will go on to tho
Marine Railway for repairs, and
then, if unablo to obtain a cargo
here, will proceed to Port Townsond
This morning a native named
Kuapali went to work as usual on
the bark Ophelia, assisting in unload
ing the cargo. Ho had not been at
work long before he was noticed to
bo trembling violently nnd immedi
ately after fell down in n lit. Ho was
carried homo, and on arriving there
life was found to bo extinct.
The Rev. Mr. Oggel of tho Bethel
Church will tako charge of tho Bible
Training Class at the Y. M. C. A.
every Wednesday evening, from G.30
to 7.15 o'clock. Tho subject taken
up will be the Sunday School lesson.
All teachers who desiro to avail
themselves of tho opportunity to
spend this time in studying tho les
son arc cordially invited.
In the Police Court this morning
two drunks forfeited 812 bail, Dr.
Bull, for assault nnd battery on Ah.
Van, was fined 83 and 83 costs. R.
Gcrkc, for n liko offeuoe on a little
girl, was fined S7 and $3.20 costs.
His Honor gave him a sharp lecture.
Kaln, for larceny of a tin of oil, was
remanded until Monday, as was
Kconi for a savage nssault on his
wife. Ah Pau was sent to prison
for 10 days and fined 8.1 for uMng
We made n visit this morning to
the store house of M. Mc Incrny,
where those nice harnesses arc on.
Wo wero much surprised to find how
fast the last largo invoice of harness
es had dlsnppeaicd, there being but
a few left. To thoso contemplating
getting such ought not to miss this
grand oppoitunity. 850 Gt
As extraordinary feat in tele
phoning was recently accomplished
by the International Bell Tclephono
Co. between St. Petersburg and
Bologne, a distance of 2,405 mile3.
Conversation was kept up, notwith
standing a rather high induction.
Tho experiments were made during
tho night, when tho telegraph wires
were not at work.
The San Francisco Chronicle of
Oct. 15th says: Tho Hawaiian baik
Augusta, which went ashore nt
Puget Sound and was subsequently
gotten off and was sold by the United
States Marshal, has again been sold
to A. P. Lorent2en of this port, her
former owner, and Captain T. J.
Foster went up on the Queen of the
Pavijlc yesterday to bring her to this
port for repairs.
What is the attraction over there?
was the question we heard several
persons ask ns wo passed nlong Mer
chant stieet this morning. The an
swer was: theie are a fine new line
of gents' Bycicle or Travelling sliiits
which M. Mclncriny has just lecciv
cd, and is now placing them on
view in his window. We have seen
them and pronounce them tho pret
tiest designs we have ever seen.
We advise our frieuds to make nn
early call and select their choico of
colors. 800 Ct
Wi: regret to learn that Col. Allen
has bceu removed from the office of
Collector-General of Customs at
Honolulu, because he was not in
harmony with the Administration,
after twenty-one years' strict and
energetic attention to his duties.
There aio many San Francisco icsi
dents who will hear testimony to his
unfailing urbanity and courtesy,
and who will bo sorry to hear of
Col. Allen's removal, which was un
called for, unexpected and unneces
sary. The business community of
Honolulu will not readily meet with
nnothcr.so competent Collector-General
of Cu3toins. S. F. Merchant.
A new telephone not operated by
electricity has been exhibited re
cently in New York. The secret
lies in the diaphragm. It is made
of imported wood, four layers of it
woven to-getlier. Ordinary steel
wire is used. It requires no insula
tion, because there is no electricity.
The diaphragm is so sensitive that
it can reproduce vocal vibrations
distinctly, even at a distance of two
miles. Aspirates and sounds hither
to impossible to transmit over any
known telephone are easily repro
duced by this instrument.
Buronc Judge Bickerton Tuesday
morning, Kawclo, n native, was
charged with disorderly conduct.
The defendant was ono of n noisy
gang who frequents tho corner of
Hotel & Niutann streets, where the
two saloons are situated. It is a
fearful noisy corner and a perfect
disgrace, moro rows starting round
those saloons than any other place iu
town. No respectable person can
pass along that way in an evening,
on account of tho noise and filthy
language. His Honor leprimandcd
the defendant, nnd told him not to
A DIVIDES!) of SI per nharu on tho
slock of tho I'.icitl'.' Navigation
Companv will Lo pavalitu nt tliu ofllco
of tho Company, on Trinmlnv next.
P. B. OAT, Secrctnrv.
Honolulu, Oct. 18, 1S31. 810 4t
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OP
THE Slmieholdersof the Hawai
ian Carriage Manufacturing Co. hold
this day, SiturJoy, Oct. 13, tlio follow,
lug officers wero duly olecto'l for the
1'iesldent U. West
Vice.Pie3ident U. K. Dillingham
Mummer 9. M. Whitman
Asst. Manacor W. W. Wilght
Secretary Treasurer.. L O. tirhiiiimn
Auditor W. I Allen
II in ju.t rwivol icr Manroia,
' i niiii i
Cnla Potatoes and Onions,
Star Hams, F. F. Flcnr,
Fresh Biickwhonl Flour,
Maple Syrup, Cala .Syrup,
N. O. Molascs. Comb Honev,
Tabic and Plo Fruits,
Jams and Jellies, &c, &c.
A few more loft of tho
celebrated Old Virginia
Mwect ninl Mom ricklc.
Leave orders or ring up No. 110. Goods
delivered to any pait of the city.
C3 STORE ON KING STREET. 3a
1 I 1
1 1 II I! MM
70 Hold Street
0. J. McO AETHY Prop'tor.
Best Manila, Havana and Amorloan
Cigars on Hand.
Frc.U Vanity Fa'r, Little Bcautict , Gold
Bar, Tin eo Kings ami the Pet
Chewing and Smoking Tobaooo,
Cut Foil and Hug.
The Billiard Tnbicj of this establish
ment lmo been ic covered and
leveled, which mikes them
the best in town.
Qingor Alo and Soda Water on Ico.
ftr Call nnd too me. -TSSa
O it h i si e t ssi a 1c e i
No. " Hotel Ftrcel,
Opposite International Hotel,
CanoG and Walking Sticks,
Made of every kind of
Brackets, Cornices, Curtain Polo?, Sec.1
mndo of tho latest designs.
Oateli o 18S4-.
83S QUEEN STREET. aw
Tho Bost Lunoh in Town,
Tea and Ooffeojit All Hours
The finest Brands of Clpars nnd
Tobacco, nhvays on hand.
at Tin: 1'Anu
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
sen.sldc rcort in the
ON k AFTER THIS DATE
THE PRICE OF BOARD AT THE
ASTOE HOUSE !
WILL BE REDUCED TROM $0 TO
$5.00 Per Week.
R. W. ORAXNIS, Prop'tor.
Honolulu, Oct. 20, 1881. 817 tf
Baggarja, Parools, Etc, Dolivored in
any part of tho City promptly
and wild caro.
Orders left at Hammer's Harness Shop
will receive prompt attention.
Tclephono SOI.. No. of Wn$ons 58 & M).
T T. RHOADS,
YY . CONTRACTOR &UUILDER,
Shop on Queen btiett, near Alakea.
JL of tho I'nclllcNavk'atiuiCo. will
bo held at tl o Coiiipauy'ri olllce, Queen
Mreul, on Wcdnosdiy, Oct !20, nt 10 a.m.
810 2w F. . OAT, Secretary.
n at nmT
U I I I I II u
FIE REE SALMON My
ItoflTTon AL (jQlnnn
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St.,
The general public dro invited to give us a call and Inspect,
at our opening, our now 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
nnd complete stock of Ladies'. Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' (Shoes.
, COHN Se CO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implement!),
Els.. Etc., Etc.
Fence "Wire ami Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, riatcd Ware, &c., &c.
Just Received ex
s uream -Biscuits,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Bscf, Gonnea, Tinned Mushrooms,
Dutch Herrings in kegr, Cala Holloa Pickled Euttcr,
Asd u nil! lino ol' Fresh Mfisplc GrncvriOH.
iMiimi uiucro solicited. Telephone
o. n. wiErni.
W. C. TKACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
.'! Xuuunii Street.
IIOXOLCLV, n. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Qonoral Commission Morohants,
OFFER FOR SALE
At the Lowest Market Kates
n Inrae and well selected stock of
thiJChoIcest und most Favorite
ic, &c, Ac,
All Goods Guaranteed.
I and order tilled promptly.
P. O. Box ECO.
JUST RECEIVED PER
FOR SALE BY
J. I. DOW8ETT,
8-ir.lin QUEEN STREET.
to Tin: i,aiu:h or iioxolui.u
DRESSMAKER, having returned'
has rouimed limlnes.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed mid Curled In
all the newest thniles:
Corner of Kin? and Richard Streets.
. 70.1 am
Itnll I'loramiucM !
NEW DESIGNS, just received from
S.tn Frauclsco, nt Tin: Daily Bui,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
KEXNEDT Jt CO.)
67 & 69 Hotel St
S S Alameda,
mm. Amies, Hams,
Xo. 210. P. O. Bo !
Ry Jack Malone, he by Lexington.
1st dun, Ivy Leaf, bv imported Austr.i
11 in; Snd dam, Hay Flower, bv Lexing
ton; Brd dam, Day Leaf, by'lninmud
Yorkshire; -1th dam, Imported Maria
Hlnck, by Plillo da Putali, etc., etc.
Itnyiiiir was bred at the groat Wood
bum Farm, near Lexington, Ky., bv the
hitoR. A. Altxinder, and us sold lo
W. L. Vilieliard, of Sucinmento, C.il.,
for 5,001'. He stands lOif hauls,
weighs l,0(n Us., oml If. a bright chut
nut color. During his racing cartel he
downod many a favorite, and won m my
n hatful of money for his owners, cod
proved himself otiu of tho gientest of
horsc3 our a dUtanco, most of his wees
being at two and four miles. Ho has
already shed several colt3 In California
that are winners, among which me
Lizzie Dunbar, Young Bazaar, Sopl Ii,
nnd another called tho Buznar Minerva
Colt, ho helm; cut of Minerva by lm
noi ted Leamington, tho siie of Pnulu
and IroquoK Lizzie Dunbar greatly
dUllngulehcd hirsulf Inst year In her
two-year-old form by defeitini: one of
tho largest fields ot two-year-olds (hit
evir stinted in California, anions which
were the two bountiful tlllics brought
here lust Spring by Mr. Agncw, dlnn.ico
?u mile; time, 1.0 the tmtcst time c n
record for two-) car-olds at the distance.
This year she has won several Important
events, nnd has proved herself to be a
crack three-year old.
Itnzaur has now been brought hack
to Honolulu, nnd will remain "hero the
balance oi tun year, ana breeders, hoise
owners ana stock' raisers should avail
themselves of tho opportunity to obtain
his tervlces while they hac thu chunce.
Terms, 840. Payable at tlmo of
Tho Imported Cljdesdalo Stallion
Donald Diimie, Jr., will stand at
the same time and place at 8IIO for the
season. He was bred In Cnnnda, tired
by Imported Donald Dinnlc, and out of
an imported Cljdesdalo mure. Ho is a
leauliful dapplo grey, 10 hands high,
and weighs 1,400 lbs.: is very active,
nnd as flue a largo horso as could be
Also, tho line lnrgo Imported Ken
tucky Jack SumpHOii. This Is one
Of tho largest Jacks that wo could find
in California, nnd is an animal of Im
mense bones is a very turo breeder, nnd
should bo liberally patronized, as ho is.
ono of thu very bctt nnlmals of his
kind. Terms, 8IIO for tho season.
The public arc cordially iuvlttii to
call and inspect tlio above animals,
MarshilelJ, Sept. 10, 1884. 818 tf
Stallions at Marslifii !