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FRIDAY, OCT. 24, 1881.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time fiom noon of to-day, Oct. ?l
Sun Soli fi sill.
Sun Rises IS 00.
Moon Sets 0 18.
JllgU Tltlo (small) 7 00.
High Tide (large) It) 30.
WIM 4NU WBATIICU
Uecoril from noun of yesterday
MSooLe'cl. "lliounoinctor Unln.
, 4li I (Ml ijh II 21 I (111 I 13U llto 19h
I soul no io. so o3 iisos I ;ee 73s 0. w
Wind, N'.E. llcliti skj-. Mr; Sen, mooth.
Diamond Head, Oct 21
Light S W. wind.
3 p. t
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
KOH BAN KltANCISCO.
Alaincda. ..Leaves Honolulu. Nov. 1st
Mariposa Loaves Honolulu, Nov. IS
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
roil AUCKLAND AND 3VI1NT.Y
Slinr City of Sydney
1 OH FAN rilANCIBCO.
Slmr Australia . Oct
Bk SInitha Davis from Boston
October 2 1
Strar Jns 31akee for Oahu and Kauai
Schr Mann for Ilonotnu
.Schr Mary Foster for Maul
Schr Knwallaul for ICoolati
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr Luka for Kohala
Bk Emerald for Port Townsend
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Bordeaux, Phillpot
Steam bk Geo S Homer. Pciry
Ship Kl Dorado, Humphries
Bktno Discovery. Perrimau
Brig Tewera. La Guen
Bark Emerald, Gattcr
Bark Caibaricn, Hubbaul
Bgtne Hazard, Tleniey
Bark Ophelia, Moddrel
Bark Nicholas Thayer, Crosby
Bark Vn rutin, Ingram
Bk Pacific Slope, Baincs
S S Alameda, Morse
Bark Mnitha Davis, E M Benson
For Oahu and Kauai, per Jns Makee,
Oct 24 M D Monsarrat, J L Richard
son and wife, Miss KK Rlchnidson, V
W Glade and about 50 deck.
The time of tho sailing of the S S
Bordeaux, will be known on Monday
Schr Mokuola brought :)00 bags of
The Captain of the schr Mokuola re
ports the stmr KnplolanI nlloat at high
tide yesteiday moinlnjj at Fold's Point.
The Discovery will sail for San Fran
cisco 011 Monday next In ballast.
The bark Martha Davis, Capt E M
Benson, arrived this morning 123 days
from Boston. She has a general cargo,
pait of which Is for Hongkong, aud she
Is consigned to Brewer SS Co.
The bk Emerald will sail to-moirow
morning for Port Townsend In ballast.
At Kapalama. Oct. 21th, the wife of
J. C. Edwards, a son.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tho Court sat in Banco to-day.
The window frames arc being put
in the new bank building.
Ltons & Levey will sell at their
sales room, to-morrow at 12 noon,
2000 cocon nuts.
Electric bells are being fixed in
every room in the Hawaiian Hotel,
by Mr. John Cassidy.
. .01 1
To-day is appointed for the release
of the Ticlibornc claimant from Pen-
tonvillo piison, England.
It was N. E. Gcdgc and not N.
E. George who was elected 3rd Ser
geant of the Honolulu Rifles.
Polisho) Black Walnut and
Ebony Pole Cornices, from 4 to 10
feet long, all complete.
Tub llrst shipment of gold will
come by the S. S. Alameda, Novem
ber 22nd. At least 6300,000 may be
Cabixkt Photos 83 per doz, cards
S 1 per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Foit sticcts, for
merly A. A. Montnno's. 820 tf
To-morrow an examination of
candidates for admission to the Ha
waiian Bar will take place at tho
Tun Eclipse Boat Club is getting
out plans for a new boat house, to
bo built near to where tho Myrtle
boat houso is situated.
.. . . . . 1
Mn. CuTixit wishes us to say that
his books, "People's Cyclopedia" and
"Liquor Pioblem of all Ages," have
been unavoidably delayed, owing to
delay of books from New Yoik to
San Fruncisco. Thoy will bo here
by the next steamer duo Nov. 8tli.
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A QtttCKtr match took plrtrjo Ih
England recently between a team of
Binokers and non-smokers. The
latter won easily.
The S. S. Australia left Sydney
October Otb. She may be oxpected
early Sunday morning, so letter
wrlttere will please take notice.
Tnu batkenliue "V. II. DImond
left San Francisco October 12th for
this por,t with a cargo valued at
S 17.072. She has 182 head of livo
stock on board.
Do not break up your damaged
chairs for kindling wood, but send
thorn to Adolph Knust, No. 3 King
street, to be repaired witli now cane
seats or otherwise.
Lroxs & Levey will sell to-morrow,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the sales
rooms, a parcel of land on Punch
bowl street, described in Royal Pa
tent 002, L. C. A. 2,380" B.
1 1 1
Tun Rev. A. F. King, curate of a
Church near London, England anived
by tile Alameda aud is staying at the
Hotel. Ho leaves for the Colonics
by the City of Sydney November 1st.
Memorial resolutions regarding
the death of the Hon. Mrs. Bishop,
have also been drawn out and prc
Kcnted to tho Hon. Chas. R. Bishop,
by the members and congregation
of Kaumakapili Church Society.
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Tun Honolulu Iron Woiks arc mak
ing a two roller macerating mill for
Waiakca for the purpose of ex
tracting more juice out of the trash.
An experiment has already been
tiied which showed a yield of l.r per
cent, of sugar.
Coi.. Z. S. Spalding remarked at
the Planters' meeting on Monday
that, " lie found fault with extrava
gances in Honolulu such as tele
phones, carriages, etc.," and 3ct
he paid, a shoit time ago, 85000 for
a horse from California. Some peo
ple don't praetiso what they preach.
- --, , , . .. .
Wi: made 11 visit this morning to
the store house of M. Mclnerivy,
where those nice harnesses arc on.
We were much surprised to find how
fast the last largo invoice of harness
es had disappeared, there being but
a few left. To those contemplating
getting such ought not to miss this
grand opportunity. 850 Ot
Yf.-sTehday afternoon a native boy
named Andrew employed by the
Honolulu Iron "Works, while working
at the machinery on board the S. S.
Bordeaux, had his thumb badly
crushed. Dr. Robert McKibbiu
amputated the injured member.
. . -
Yesterday being tho second an
niversary of the son and heir of
David Manaku, clerk at tho Post
Office, the event was celebrated by a
grand luau at his residence, which
was attended by a large number of
invited guests. A jolly time was
had by all present.
Ex-Goveunou F. F. Low, one of
tho directors of the Hawaiian green
front bank, sailed from San Fian
cisco, Oct. 8th, on the City of New
York for China. Tho purpose of
tho trip is a tour of tho world, to
take one year. Mrs. and Miss Low
The scaffolding round the new
Kaumakapili church steeple was
taken down yesterday. It looks
well, and the wotk has been faith
fully executed. Mr. Archibald
Kerr will now give it a good coat or
two of paint.
, . .
The following aro tho names of
the newly elected officers of tho
Sovereign Grand Lodge I. O. O. F.
of the United States : Grand Sire,
Henry F. Garcy of Maryland ; De
puty Grand Sire, Jno. H. White of
Now York ; Grand Secretary, T. II.
Ross of New Jersey ; Grand Treas
urer, L. A. Slieppard of Pennsylva
His Honor Judge Bickerton gave
a decision this morning in the caso of
Rex vs. F. Bindt, charge gross
che.it. lie said that if any offence
was committed, it was on the Island
of Kauai, therefore out of his juris
diction, in suppoit of which luling
ho cited several cases, establishing
precedent. His Honor discharged
The annual meeting of tho Stock
and Bond Exchange was held this
morning, tho following oillcers being
elected : A. J. Cartwrjght, Prcsl-
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debt E. 1. Ailatus, dbnlfnmrij it
Rlemonschncidcr, Secretary and
Treasurer; P. A. Scliacfer, J. B.
Athcrton, W. G. Irwin, J. II. Paty,
P. C. Jones, Jr., Executive Com
mittee; J. B. Alherton, J. F. Hack
fcld, Thro. IT. Davie, Arbitration
Hon. Wm. McKinlcy, Jr., brother
of U. S. Consul McKinley of this
city, has been elected Congressman
for the Twentieth District in Ohio.
This is the fifth time lie has been re
turned. An Ohio paper speaks of liim
as the most level-headed protection
ist on earth. Wherever lie took the
stump he was most enthusiastically
received, and is a very popular man
throughout the State of Ohio.
Pout Surveyor George Markham
has distinguished himself by making
one of tho biggest hauls of opium
in this country, namely 3,320 tins.
It appears that by the Alameda came
155 cases of assorted merchandise
marked T. C. A Chinaman giving
tho name of Ting Chong entered
the goods at the Custom House and
paid the freight. He then went to
Port Surveyor Markham and offered
him 810,000 to let him take the
goods away. George then got sus
picious and on opening the cases
found in 50 of them the amount of
tins of opium mentioned above. It
is Hongkong opium, as there is no
Custom House brand on any of the
What is claimed to bo the fastest
time ever made by an ocean steamer
was made Oct. 5th at Glasgow on the
tiial tiip of the Umbiia, which was
recently built for the Cunard line by
John Elder & Co. at Fairfield. The
Umbiia is a sister ship to the Etruria,
and is a steel steamer 520 feet long
over all and witli an cxtrenio breadth
of 57J feet. At her trial trip yester
day she made 21 knots an hour and
developed 13,500 horse power. It
was predicted by Mr. Pcarce, of the
firm of John Elder & Co., that the
Umbria would beat the best trip of
the Alaska across the ocean by 24
hours. She will start on her first
voyage from Liverpool to Now Yoik
on Saturday, November 1st. Ex.
FROM THE FAR NORTH-EAST.
The Montreal Witness of Septem
ber 23rd has a complimentary notice
of Mr. Thomas M. Henderson, who
has occupied important positions in
tho drug business of that city
during thu past fifteen years. It
says he left the previous evening to
accept a position in a drug store "in
the chief town of the Hawaiian Isl
ands. Mr. Henderson was a mem
ber of the Young Men's Christian
Association here, did good Sunday
school service while here, and will
be missed very much by those with
whom he labored as well as by his
large circle of friends. A large
number of them assembled last
evening at Dalhousic Square depot
to wish him God-speed in his new
field of labor." The same paper of
the next date has tho following
reference to the Government veteri
nary surgeon whose arrival here has
been hailed as both timely and wel
come: "Mr. James Brodie, V. S.,
a recent graduate and medalist of
the Montreal Veterinary College,
who has been practising at Bloom
ington, 111., for over a year, has
been appointed Cattle Quarantine
Inspector to the Sandwich Islands
at ix salary of 83,000 a year and
fees amounting to $2,000, besides
private practico. Mr. Brodie en
route visited the cattle sheds at Que
bec, and will conduct the system in
the Sandwich Islands on the same
general plan as the Canadian
A FINE QUALITY OF SUGAR.
"That, sir, is n very lino quality of
sugar," said tho groccrymun. It
is used mostly for making ilcsscits."
"Why is it used mostly for junk
ing desserts?" asked the customer.
"On account of its superior quality,
"Oh, that's it? I thought it
might bo used for making deserts on
account of the largo amount of sand
Tho Gcrninn police lately dis
persed n secret conclave of socialists,
attended by over a hundred dele
gates, at Chemnitz.
Perfect valor consists in doing
i without witnesses all wo should be
cnpablo of doing before the world.
Tho same lefinemcnt that brings
us new pleasure expose? us to new
rso-v Catch, 1884.
In Fine Order, at Low Prices,
FOB SALE BY
850 Queen street 3w
TO FUHOHASmiS AT AUCTION.
From and after this Date all
Bills for GcoJs purchased at Cash 8alc3
MUST BE PAID
A.t tho Time of IDellvcry.
E P. ADAMS. ) ,.
LYONS & LEVITT, 'Vuct er3
Honolulu, Oct. 20th, 16SI. SJS lw
Books and Accounts and CuS'
torn Houso Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
Genoral Business Agent, Merchant St.
Tolophone 172 P. 0. Box 315.
J. A. PALMER,
Commission and Custom Houso Broker
and Genoral Business Agent.
During the ne.t fifteen tlnys, I will
give p.micul ir attention to the
Collection of Quarterly Bills !
My commission ine uinrieraH', and
Business Men and ollieis emi be sure
tlint all imitleis Intrusted to me will be
Promptly VltcnUotl to.
Ofllie In Campbell's Now Block,
815 tl Itoom No. 7, Up-Stnlrs.
ON & AFTER THIS DATE
THE PHICE OF BOAItD AT THE
ASTOR HOUSE !
Wllib BE KEDUCED FKOM $0TO
$5.00 Per Week.
R. Ar. GRANXIS, Prop'tor.
Honolulu, Oct. 20, 1881. 817 tf
Baggage, Parcols, Etc, Doliverod in
any part of tho City promptly
and with caro.
Ou'cm left at Hammer's llnmcsa Shop
will receive prompt attention.
Telephono 202. .No. of Wagons C8 & CO.
DII1ECT FROM MADEIRA,
Por . . XJORDJEA.TJX
A splendid collection of 18 carat gold &
slhcr Jewelry of thu lntist designs,
xS'ccldaccH -witli UocltctH,
Chnln, Studs, Bracelet", Purfcs, Scarf
Pins, Crossea, Earrings, Thimbles,
JEtc, Etc., ICie.
Call and examine this Superior Stock.
GONZALVES & CO.
811 NO. 07 HOTEL ST. lm
For Freight or Charter.
?ly TI11: 11GTXIJ
1 tf rr A 17 A T) T !1
XI JO. J -Ml X)SJ.
Apply at ihe
814 1m Pacific Navioation Co.
J3 XOTICE la hereby given hat
JS3 the .Master of the aboo vc38il
Srf&will "ol he icponsiblo for
WT.yWtvCai)y dubt contracted by the
members of his crew, without his writ
THEO. H. DAVIES A: Co., Ageiitc.
HOUSE, centrally located,
newly papered snd painted.
L'irgu yard, stahles, ice. Possession
given Immcdltttuly. For further par.
.INO. S. McGREW,
8ir, Hotel str. bet. Fort and Alakca
SMALL COTTAGE AT LELEO.
Annlv to T.W. RAWLINS.
. CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,
Shop on Queen stiect, near Alnkcii.
HE FRST ANNUAL MEETING
of the Pacific Navigation Co. will
ho held at thu Company' office, Queen
Btrcel, on Wednesday, Oet. 20, at 1U a.m.
810 2v F. U. OAT, Secretary.
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St.,
The genaral publio are invited to give us a call and iospeot,
at our opening, our new and select stock of Dry Goodi,
Fancy Goods; Ladies', Children's, aud 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' bhocj.
8k COHN Sc OO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets.. Etc., Etc.
Fence "Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c., &c.
i Cmaii Bisciits,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Secf, Dormoa, Tinned Mushrooms,
Dutch Herrings in kegs, Cala Boiled Ficklcd Sutter,
And a full Hue of Fresh Staple GJrocorioH.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Itax 207. (702
o. i). mucTit.
W. C. I'KACOCK
Freeth. & Peacock
23 Xniiniiu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Qonoral Commission Morohants,
OFFEU FOR SALE
At tho Lowest Market Rates
a large and-well selected stock of
thcChoIcest.and most Fnvorltc
&C., &c, &c,
All Goods Guaranteed.
and oulers filled promptly.
P. O. I5o SCO.
JUST RECEIVED PER
FOR SALE BY
J. I. DOWSETT,
81flm QUEEN STREET.
TO TUB I.AIUI'.H OF IIOXOIiULl)
TMIESSMAKEII, having returned'
XJ has resumed business.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Curled in
all the newest shades.
Corner of King and Richard Streets.
Hull ProgrammeM !
NEW DESIGNS, Just received from
San Francisco, at Tun Daily Uui
Etc.. Etc., Etc.
67 ft 69 Hotel St
e.x S S Alameda,
By Jack Malone, he by Lexington,
lstilam, Ivy Leaf, br imported AuUi a
Ran; 2nd dam, Bay Flower, by Lexing
ton j Urd dam, Bay Leaf, by Imported
Yorkfehiro; 4th dam, Imported Maria
Blnck, by Philo da Putali, etc., etc.
ltuzaar was bred at the great Wot U
burn Farm, near Lexington, Ky., by the
lutu R. A. Alexander, and was sold to
W. L. Frltchard, of Sacramento, C .1.,
for $0,001'. Ho stands 15if hands,
weighs 1,001 Hjh., uiul Is a bright nhnt
nut color. Duriug his racing career he
downed many a favorite, and won many
a hatful of mono for his owners, and
nrood himself one of tho gieatc-t. of
horses over a distance, most of his taecs
being at two and four miles. He has
nheady slnd several colts In California
that nro winners, among which are
Lizzlo Dunbar. Young Bazaar, Sojd.Ia,
aud another called thu Baz.inr Mine va
Colt, ho being out of Minerva bj lm
poited Leamington, the she of P.irolu
and Iroquois. Ll.zio Dunbar grmtly
distinguished herself last year in her
two-year-old form by dcfeuin; one of
tho largest fields ot two.ye.ir.oldH that
ever started in California, among which
wciotho two beautiful Miles brought
hero last Spring by Mr. Agncw, distance)
Jo mile; time, 1.0 tho fastest tlmo on
record for two-year-olds at thu tllftui re.
This year shu has won several Important
events, aud has proved herNclf to be a
crack three-year old.
Ita.aur has now been brought hack
to Honolulu, and will remain hero thu
balance of this year, and breeders, horse
ownors and stock raisers should avail
themselves of tho opportunity to obtain
his services while thoy hnvo the chunco.
TerniH, tillO. Payable at time of
The Imported Clydesdale Stallion
Donald Diimie, Jr., will stand at
tho sainu tlmo and place at g.'lO for tho'
season, lie was bred in Canada, tired
by Imported Donald Dlnnlc, and out of
iin Imported Cljdcsdalo marc. He Is a
beautiful dapple grey, 10 hands high,
and weighs 1,400 lbs.: is very active,
and as flue a large horso as could be
Also, tho fine largo Imported Ken
tucky Jack SnmpMon. This is ono
of the largest Jacks that wo could find
in California, and Is an animal of im
mense boiio; is a very suro breeder, aud
should bo liberally patronized, hr he Is
ono of tho very best animals of his
kind. TerniM, 9ttO for tho season.
Tho publio nro cordially Invited to
call and Inspect thu abovo animals.
Mtushtlcld, Sept. IS, 188-1.
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