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SATURDAY, OCT. 2fi,188-l. ""
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All llmo from noon of to-day, Oct. 85
Sun Set ft 28.
Sun Rises 18 10.
Moou Sets 10 67.
High Tide (small) U 00.
High Tide (large) 21 30.
WISH AND WUATIIKH
llccord Irom noon of yesterday!
aA"". "nwHiiometor Italn.
, 'h till I '."ill ll 2h I fill I 18H lltn 18li
I 2'J.9l 30.00 I 30.UI II 79 8 I 710 710 0. A3
Wind, f.W. Unlit; sky. thick. rainy; Sea,
Diamond Head, Out, 2ft, 3p.M
Light S. W. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
I'OH BAN 1'HANCIfcCO.
Ahuncdn.... Leaves Honolulu. Nov. 1st
Mariposa Leaves Honolulu, Nov. 15
pacIfYc mails". S.C0.
KOH AUCKLAND AND SYDNEY!
Stmr City of Sydney Nov 1
' roil HAN I'llANCISCO.
Slmr Austialia Oct. 20
Stun- Likcllku from Knlmliil
Stmr Kaplolaul from Kwa
SchrManuokawai from Koolau
Stun- Kinau from Windward Ports
Stmr Kiluncii Hon from Windward P'ts
Schr Kauikeaoull from Kohala
Schr Luka for Kohala
Bk Kmerald for Port Townsciitl
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Llkellkc for Kalniliil
Uk U R Bishop for San Francisco
Bktno Discovery for San Francisco
SchrMiinuokawal for Koolau
Schr Khukat for Walalua
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Bordeaux, I'hllipot "
Steam bk Geo S Homer, Terry
Ship El Dorado, Humphries
Hark C R Bishop, Wolters
Bktno Discovery, Pcrrlnian
Brig Tewcra, La Ouen
Hark Emerald, Gutter
Hark Calbarien. Hubbard
Bgtuo Hazard, Ticrrey
Hark Ophelia, Moddrol
Hark Nicholas Thayer, Crooby
Hark Varuna, Ingram
Uk L'acltlc Slope, Hu.'nc
S S Alameda, Morse
Hark Martha Davis E M Itenson
From Kahulul, per Llkcllke. Oct 2ft
.1 W Davidson and child, Mrs II Corn
well, MiiOI GWidclleld, Father Gre
?;ory, Sister Honaveiitiira, Capt E L
obbln, It Smith and 3Iiss 31 Sylva.
The proposed changes to be made on
tho arrival of the I I S N Co's new
steamer is as follows: The- new steamer,
Cant Hates, takes tho Planter's route ;
the Planter, Capt Cameron, takes the
Iwalanl's route; tho Iwalanl, Capt Free
man, takes the 0 It HIshop's route; the
C K Bishop, Capt Davis, goes to Kauai
and around this Island; the .Tas 3Iakec,
Capt AVicr, keeps her usual route. The
above Is subject to correction.
The schr bchnauer, Capt E T Robcrt
son, arrived at Kahulul on Wednesday
last, 17 days from Eureka with a cargo
of lumber for II 0 & S Co.
Stmr Kapiolaui arrived this morning
with 2S0 bags of paddy.
LOCAL &CEHERAL NEWS.
We hear of plenty of rain on Maui
during the past week.
Messiis. Ilnckfeld & Co. want two
stone masons for Wniinnnalo planta
tion. The Honolulu Stock and Bond
Exchange Co. lias declared a divi
dend of S30.
SiJGAii which was quoted in New
York at 09A in July, 1882, is now
quoted at 0Gi.
As wc go to press the btcainer
Kinau, with tho Kilauea IIou in tow,
is about ten miles off.
Tin: new steamer J. G. Blaine is
due to-morrow afternoon or Monday
morning, from .San Francisco.
Wn arc pleased to learn that
Postmaster-General Whitney will bo
able to resume his duties on Monday.
Camnkt Photos $3 per doz, cards
SI per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
, corner of King and Fort streets, for-
merly A. A. Montano's. 820. tf
It was announced in the Supremo
Neumann was absent on ofllcial
Tin: base ball championship of the
United States for 1881 is settled,
and tho Providence Club carries off
the prize, Boston second.
Tins is a good chance for a gang
of prisoners to be put on to the
streets and scrapo somo of the mud
Tin: brickwork of tho new build
ing for St. Louis College is now
completed, and tho carpenters have
already commenced their part. Tho
dedication of this now building will
bo deferred until January 1st, 1885,
so as to give the plaster work and
paint sufllcleiit tlmo to dry. The
school is really over-crowded, so
that the now building is sadly
needed. 'J'ho school now numbers
nenrly three hundred pupils.
A numuei: of natives were trying
to catch u pretty green Australian
parrot, in Ntiuanu Valley last oveniug.
They were not successful by any
means, as the bird was a swift llyer.
Loud Kosebcry, who it will bo re
membered passed through here a
few months ago en route for the
Colonies, has just met with a serious
accident iu England. His condition
Aiitists' Materials of nil kinds,
also Plaques, and Stretchers, all
sizes, l'astcl Board, Mill Hoard,
Acadpmy Hoard, Canoas, Pantiles, H
etc. At King Bros. 832 3t
Ouu correspondent at Kahulul
writes that tho schooner Anna did
not sail last Saturday on account of
bad weather, but left on Tuesday at
noon. The barkentinc Wrestler will
sail on Tuesday the 28th, for l'ort
Pout Surveyor Markham continu
ed his search this morning and
found 80 more tins of opium in the
same invoice of merchandise mark
ed T. C. This makes all together
3,100 tins found.
Messiis. Schaefcr & Co. have just
received by the barks Ophelia and
Varuna, Tenncnt and pig brand
porter, Burke's stout, Bass's Ale, nil
iu quarts and pints, also mineral
waters. These goods aro for sale at
Ik tho Supreme Court yesterday,
W. Austin Whiting, administrator of
the estate of Leo Loy, deceased,
filed his final account. It shows
that ho ha3 received S-1,7C2, and
paid outS-i,38G.12, leaving a balance
The examination of candidates
for admission to the bar took place
this morning before the full bench.
There were nine candidates, includ
ing Major Antone Kosa and William
Sea, the remainder all being Ilawai
ians. We made a visit this morning to
the store house of M. Mcluerny,
where those nice harnesses arc on.
Wo were much surprised to find how
fast tho last large 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 Ct
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In the Police Court this morning,
Frank Mctcalf was tried for ob
taining money under false pretences.
After hearing tho evidence His
Honor discharged the prisoner,
advising him to be careful for tho
future. The case appears to be one
more for tho Civil Court.
Our. neighbor the Gazette agrees
with us respecting the disgraceful
state of the sidewalks on Nuuanu
street. Wo expect every hour to
hear of some one being seriously
hurt by tho largo number of looso
boards and holes. Then, of course,
repairs will bo effected nt once.
Ahout ten clays ago someone stole
from tho Hawaiian Hotel what the'
thought was two dozen of liquor, but
it proved to be grenades, a quantity
of which is always kept at the Hotel
iu case of fire. Corporal George
will attend to the perpetrator if lie
Tun annual meeting of the Royal
Hawaiian Agricultural Society was
held Thursday evening. The Treas
urer's report showed an indebtedness
of $1,039.8G against which there is
tho subsidy from the Government of
81,000. The following gentlemen
were elected olllccrs: Vice-President,
Hon. A. F. Judd ; Treasurer,
Mr. A. Jaeger ; Secretary, Mr. J. S.
Webb. Committee, Messrs. Robt.
McKibbin, C. II. Judd, L. McCully,
A. S. Cleghorn, R. F. Bickorton and
C. Lucas. It was decided to hold a
horticultural exhibition in April, and
an agricultural one in August or
Wk would like to suggest that
Pearl River bo tho place for holding
tho coining regatta. A straight and
good course could be got there, and
transportation is not at all diillcult.
Or if it is intended that tho race3 be
held over tho same course, let the
members of daclt boat club in tho
city meet and decido about laying
out a good course. .Such a mooting
would bo beneficial, and an amicable
arrangement could bo c-omc to, wo
The Chinese Church has been with
out u pastor since July, the time
that their lato pastor Was drowned.
This last week tho congregation ex
tended a call to Mr. Male Wan To,
of Hongkong, and ho has accepted
It for ono year. The now pastor
came on a visit to these Islands and
was intending to return by next
steamer. Ho was connected with
the German mission in China for 10
years, and bears n most excellent
The business in the Police Court
this morning occupied nearly three
hours. Moku, for assault and bat
tery on Ah Nee, was fined S7 and
83.00 costs. In tho case of II. Aca,
for embezzlement from How II. II.
Parker, the prosecution discontinu
ed the case, but ho was immediately
brought up for obtaining tho sum of
888 under false pretences from Mr.
Parker. lie was remanded until
Wednesday. Mrs. 15. Doyle was
discharged for being arraigned as a
gross cheat, tho evidence of tho
complainant, Jos. Cook, being really
What is the attraction over there ?
was tho question wc heard several
persons ask as we passed along Mer
chant street this morning. The an
swer was: there arc a fine now lino
of gents' Byeiclo or Travelling shirts
which M. Mclncriuy has just locoiv
cd, and is now placing them on
view in his window. We have seen
them and pronounce them the pret
tiest designs wc have over seen.
We advise our friends to make an
carl call and select their choice of
colors. 850 Ct
The International Tract and Mis
sion Society of Battlo Creek, Michi
gan, have presented the Honolulu
Library Association with 1 1 volumes,
as follows: Tho Great Controversy
between Christ and Satan, by Mrs.
E. G. White ; 3 Vols., Life Sketches,
by Mrs. E. G. White ; Thoughts on
the Revelation and Thoughts on
Daniel, by Uriah Smith ; History of
the Sabbath, by J. N. Anderson ;
Sketches from the Life of Paul, by
Mrs. E. G. White; The United
States in Prophecy, by Uriah Smith ;
The Sanctuary and its Cleansing, by
Uriah Smith, and tho Life of Wil
liam Miller, by Elder James White.
All the abovo books can now be
found on tho tabic of tho Associa
tion. STOCK EXCHANGE.
Tho Honolulu Stock Exchange
held its regular session yesterday
Walluku Sugar Co 1TO
Hawaiian Agricultural Co... 100
The Koloa Sutpir Co 1100
drove Ranch Plantation Co.. 2S0
Star 31111 Co :S00
l'.uikaa Sugar Co 8
Reciprocity Sugar Co 100
Pala Plant. Co 110 115
Hawaiian Rell Tel. Co -10
C. Hrowcr & Co. (Mercantile) IL'0
Inter Inland S.N. Co W0
E. O. Hall & Son (Limited)... ion
Wilder' Steamship Co 103
Woodlawn Dairy Co 100
At St. Andrews Cathedral to-morrow,
the Bishop will preach iu the
morning and tho Rev. George Wal
lace in tlio evening.
At Fort Street Church to-morrow
morning, Mr. Cruzan's subject will
bo " Christians as Lights in the
World." In the evening ho will
discourso on " Short Beds and Nar
row Covers." A general invitation
and n cordial welcome to all.
At the Bethel Church Sunday, the
pastor, Rev. 13. C. Oggel, will preach
morning and evening. Morning
subject: " Why should I go to
Church?" Evening, "Now." Prniso
service at 7.15 r.M. Strangers and
others aro cordially invited.
WANTED, with pleasant rooms, by
a gentleman ami wlfo iu a in-i-vato
family. Address l O. Box 127.
, 850 !ll
WANTED a situation as Cook by a
Portuguese who understands a
little EnglNh. Apply
GONSALVKS A CO., !57 Hotel St.
BR A YOUNG GERMAN, AS A
WAITER In a Restaurant or tiny
kind of outdoor work. Apply to
J. E. WISEMAN.
General Buslucss Agent, 28 Merchant st.
Boneless Csfsi !
New Catch, I W8'l.
In Fine Ordor, at Low Prices,
FOR SALE BY
830 Queen street. 2w
TO PURCHASERS AT AUCTION.
From and after.this Date all
Bills for Goods purchased at Cash Sales
SM3UST BE PAID
A.t the MMine oP Delivery.
E l ADAMS. ) ,.
LYONS & LEVEY, f Aucl cr9
lloni'lulu, Oct. 20th, 1331. 81S lw
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom Houso Business prompt
ly, carofully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telophono 172 P. O.Box 315.
J. A. PALMER,
Commission and Custom Houso Broker
anil General Business Agent.
Durliiir the next fifteen days, I will
give pnrticul ir nltcntion to the
Collection of Quarterly Bills !
My commissions nrc moderate, and
Business Men and other can be sure
that all mutters Intrusted to mo u 111 be
X'romiJtly -A.t.tentlol to.
Office In Campbell's New Block,
845 tf Room No. 7, Up-Stalrs.
OH k AFTER THIS DATE
THE PRICK PF BOARD AT THE
ASTOR HOUSE !
WILL UK REDUCED FROM $0 TO
$5.00 Per Week.
It. W. GRANNIS, Prop'tor.
Honolulu, Oct. 20, 188-1. 817 tf
Particular attention paid to Tourists'
Baggage, Parcols, Eto, Dotiverod in
any part of tho City promptly
and with care.
Orders left at Hammer's Harness Shop
will receive prompt attention.
Telephone 202. .No. of Wagons C8 & r.0.
DIIIECT FROM MADRIRA,
I?ci h. s. TSOltDlSAXTX
A splendid collection of 18 carat gold it
silver jewelry of tho latest designs,
jNeolclneoN -Willi ToelcetH,
Chains, Studs, Bracelets, Purses, Scarf
Pins, Crosses, Ear-rings, Thimbles,
13c, 33te., JEte.
Call and examine this Superior Stock.
CONZALVES & CO.
811 NO. Ti7 HOTKL ST. lin
For Freight or Charter.
Sift, THE 11GTNE
' t i--r A r-r A -r- -r-. ..
&82&i i A. ZjJtf,n."
Apply at thr
811 1m Pacific Navkiatiq;; Co.
rSV." NOTICE hhcrohy given hat
KflM tho Muster of tho above vessel
JO-rt'"' uot bo responsible for
O'taSSiaV'.iny debt contracted by tho
mcmbeis of hU crew, without his writ,
THKO. II. DAV1KS & Co., Agent.
A Largo and Commodious
HOUSE, centrally located,
nowlv papered Hiul painted.
Largo yard, stables, &e. Possession
given Immediately. For further par.
ticulars eiii'uirii of
JNO. S. McOREW,
8IC Hotel str, bet. Port and Alakea
SMALL COTTAGE AT LELEO.
Aimlv to T. W. RAWLINS.
WT T. RHOADS,
TT . C
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,
Simp on Queen street, near Alakea.
np HE FRST ANNUAL MEETING
X of tho l'aolllo Navigation Co. will
bo held at tho Company's olllec, Queen
Wednesday, (Jet. 21), at 10 a.m.
V. B. OAT, Secretary.
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Bank
The gonsrat public aro mvitod to give us a call and impoot,
at our opening, our new and select stock of Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods; Ladles', Children's, and 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 InfanU' Shoes.
as. OOHN Se CO.
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.
Just Received ex
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Beef, Germca, Tlnnod Mushrooms,
Dutch Herrings in kegs, Cala Rolled Pickled Butter,
And full line of FrcHli Staple Jroceric'H.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Box 297. (7CJ
o. i). mr.r.TH.
W. C. I'KACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
23 Xuunnu Street.
HONOLULU, It. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gonoral Commission Morchants,
OFFER FOR SALE
At the I.om'Ni Market ICateM
a large and well selected stock of
thtjChoicesUind most Favorite
ic, &c, &c,
All Goods Guaranteed,
and orders tilled promptly.
Telephone -10. P.O. Box 3C0.
JUST RECEIVED PER
FOR SALE BY
J. I. DOWSETT,
aim in QUEEN STREET.
TO T1IU IuVDIKM OF IIOXOI.UMJ
DRESSMAKER, having relumed1
has resumed business.
Feathers Ol.wncd, Dyed and Curled In
all i he ueivcbt similes.
Corner of 11 lug and Richard Streets.
;;:1 1'rogruitiiueH !
NEW DESIGNS, just rccolved from
San yranclBco, at Tiik Daily Bul
Building, Fort St.,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
kk.vni - .dy & CO.)
67 & 69 Hotel St
S S Alnmcdn,
) UU1U IU XJLJJJJIUUI
By .lack Mulonc, he by Lexington.
1st dam, Ivy Leaf, bv .imported Austii
llnn; 2nd dam, Bay Flower, by Lexing
ton; 3rd dam, Ray Leaf, by Imported
Yorkshire: -Itli dam, Imported JInrIa
Black, by Phllo da Putah, etc., etc.
Kazan t- was bred at tho great Wood
burn Farm, near Lexington, Ky., by the
late R. A. Alexander, nnd was sold to
W. L. Pritchard, of Sacramento, Cul.,
for $ri,00l. Ho stands 15U hands,
wt-igiii i,uuj ius., ami is a origin chest
nut color. Duriug his racing career ho
downed many a favorite, and won nuny
a hatful of money for his owners, anil
proved himself ono of tho greatest of
horses over a distance, most of his rceou
being at two and four miles. Ho has
already sired several colts hi California
that are winners, among which aro
Llzzlo Dunbar. Young Bazaar, Sophia,
and another called tho Bazaar JHnetva
Colt, ho being out of Minerva by Im
ported Licamingion, mo sire of x'arr.le
l.lzzlo Dunbar greatly
distinguished herself last vear
two.yeur.old form by defeating ono of
thu largest fields of two.year.olds that
ever Miirieu in uuuiornm, among which
were tho two beautiful illlies brouiht
hero InstSpilngby Mr. Agnew, dlsturco
fu mllu; time, 1.016, tho fuktcst tlmu on
rcerml for two.vcnr.iildn nt tlm .11. inn,...
This year she has won c vera I imponn.nt
I'vuiiii, umi ims proven nur.seil to lit a
Jtu.iini has now been brought back
to Honolulu, and will remain here the
liahinco of this year, and breeders, horse
owners and stock raisers should a.ill
themselves of tho opportunity to obtf.in
his services while they havo the cliunce.
TeiniM, 610. Payable at tlmo of
Tho Imported Clydesdalo Stallion
Donald JHiinlo, Jr., will stand at
tho same timo and pliico at S.'JO for tho
season. Ho was bred In Canada, ilrcd
hy Imported Donald Dlnnlc, ami out ol
an Imported Clydesdale mare. He Is a
beautiful dapple grey, 10 hands high;
and weighs 1,100 lbs.: Is very active,
and as lino a largo horso as could be
found anywhere. ,
Also, tho lino largo Imported Ken
tucky Jack MiinipHOii. TltlB Is one
of tho largest Jocks that wo could llnd
In California, and Is an animal of Im
mense bona; Is a very euro breeder. Mid
should be liberally patronized, as ho Is
ono of tho very best animals of hit
kind. TerniM, $'M) for tho seasoa.
The public aro cordially Invited to
call and inspect tho abovo animals.
MarshflcUl, Sept. 15, 188-1. . 818 tt
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Stallions at IWiftcld
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