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MONDAY, OCT. 27, 1884.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon ot lo-ilnj. Oct. 27
Sun Sell -
SuuBhe 18 10.
Moon Seta 12 3!i.
High Tide (suiiill) 10 UU. i
High Title (huge; 2 00
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.l,0!"ie..l",i Tlieinwiuctcr Ituln.
, 4!i I Oh I Mil II 2h I Wi I lSIl llto 1811
I 20.01 1 3Mtf I 30.10 II SIS I 729 710 1 0. 03
Wind, J?.E. light; slsy, hazy; Sen, smooth.
Diamond Head, Oct. 27. .Ip.M
Light N. 12. wind.
KOH SIN riMXClSCO.
.Leae Honolulu. Nov. 1st
...Leaves Henolulii, Xov. 15
PACIFIQ MAILS. S. CO.
KOU AUCKLAND AND HVnXKY:
.Stmr City of Sydney Nov 1
1 OU BAN I'llAXCIfiCO.
SlmrZealandla Nov 23
Sehr Emma from ICoolau
Sehr Ilaleakala from Popcekco
Stmr 0 It Bishop fiom Iliiinaktni
Stmr Iwahuil from ICoolau
l'JISS Australia fiom Australia
Stmr Lchua from Windward Pot ts
SehrWalehu from Walalua
Sehr Rob Hoy from Koolau
Stmr W G Hall from San Frand'co
Sehr Nettle Merrill from Lahaina
l'JISS Australia for San riimi-Nco
Stmr I.lkellkc for Kahulul
Bktno Discovery for San Tranclsco
Sehr Ehukal for Walalua
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kluau for Wlndwaul Ports
Stmr Lcluia for Windwaul Ports
Stmr C R Bishop from Hamakua
Stmr Iwnlanl for Kauai
Sehr Hob ltoy for Koolau
Bk C It Bishop for San Francisco
Sehr Muuuokawal for Koolau
Sehr Nettle Merrill for Lahaiua
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam bk Geo S Homer. Perry
Ship El Dorado, Humphries
Bark C It Bishop, Woltcvs
Brig Tewcra, L11 Gucn
Bark Calbarien, Hubbard
Bgtnc Hazard, Ticrnov
Bark Ophelia, Moddrel
Bark Nicholas Tliaycr, Crosby
Bark Varuua, Ingram
Bk Pacillc Slope, Barnes
S S Alameda, Morso
Bark Martha Davis, E M Benson
Prom Windward Ports, per Kinau,
Oct 23 F M Butler, W M Tuttle, T W
Lee, O T Shipman. T S Southwlck. G
W Kalopapcla, G W Kauka, R Lillle,
KakI, Miss L Crockett, Miss C Maholc,
A Grosser, Miss Martin, Mr3 P Jones
and scrvaut, W Y Horner, Mrs Silver
burg, Mrs D R Vlda. J Durnctt, D Ka
mnlopill and 113 deck.
For San Francisco, per S S Australia,
Oct 20 Mrs Hall. Mr Catton, L Meyers
and 80 lu transit.
From the Colonies, per S S Austra
lia, Oct 20 E Foley, A Dcwsbury. A
Omulo, A Mclntyrc, Mrs T M Fltzpa
trlck, D Gascoyne and J F Blake.
From Hamakua, per C R Bishop, Oct
20 Miss L Louis, K Ilanima, E M Ha
uuna and II Haiuina.
From Kauai, per Iwalaui, Oct 20 II
F Glade, C II Woltcrs, S Harrtson, J
Brent, Sirs Kaupuu, J K McKenzIe, Mrs
Strenbech and child, and N Austin.
From San Francisco, per W G Hall,
Mrs M Staples and J F Noble.
For San Francisco, per bktuo DIs
coveiy, Oct 27 Mr Puffer and Col
The Kinau brought 2177 bags of sugar,
10 head cattle, 15 calves. 1 horse and 107
Stmr C R Bishop brought 1007 bags
of sugar and 21 head of cattle. She
t-alls to-morrow at noon.
Stmr Iwalanl brought 1101 hags of
.sugar, 35 bags of rice, 25 hides and 250
sheep. She sails to-morrow at 5 p m.
Sehr Ilalcakala brought 400 bags of
Sehr Rob Roy brought 400 bags of
The bk Nicholas Tliaycr is taking In
ballast. She will bo hauled out In the
stream to-morrow. Will sail for Hong
kong on or about the Sth of November.
The- SS Bordeaux will sail for San
Francisco on Thursday or Friday next.
The stmr W G Hall. Capt Sass, ar
ilvcd this morning 8 days and about 4
hours from San Francisco with general
cargo. She Is consigned to W G Irwlu
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Wb congratulate Major Antono
Rosa on his admission to the Bar.
Ox tho last trip of the S. S. Aus
tralia, one of tho passengers named
King died, and was buried at sea.
St'ucui. services will bo held at
St. Audrews Cathedral to-morrow,
it being St. Simon and St. Jude's
Tuc P. M. S. S. Australia arrived
yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock,
and sailed again at half-past three,
taking tho maibj,
AccoitDiNO to the American News
paper Catalogue, there arc M,17C
newspapers and magazines published
in the United Stntes.
Tut: Volcano 19 ipporteil as lining
mack inaic with one ear mnik
oil, is lost. Sec ail.
Tut: total rainfall during Hie last
slonn was l.(!0 inches.
Oni: leper, u woman fioiu Wniklki,
wiih brought to the leper leceiving
station this morning.
Tiu: Houokaa Mill lias finished
grinding this year's crop, making
nbout 2,000 tons of sugar.
F. G. Pond, charged with being
a gross cheat, has been nllowcd to go
forth on his own bond of $5000.
The case of W. C. Achl vs.
Kauwa ct al., ejectment, occupies the
attention of the Supreme Court to
day before n Hawaiian jury.
Tun race for the Ccsarcwitch
Stakes run in England, Oct. 7th,
were won by St. Gatlcn, Polemic,
2nd ; Archiduc the favorite, 3rd.
A. C. Jr.Niuxs, formerly a drill
instructor here, and who recently
went to the Colonics, is now drilling
7,000 head of cattle in Victoria.
Cauixkt Photos S3 per doz, cards
$1 per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for
merly A. A. Montano's. 820 tf
.-,,-. 11 11 . ...
Aktists' Materials of all kinds,
nlso Plaques, and Stretchers, all
sizes, Pastel Board, Mill Board,
Academy Board, Canoas, Pantiles,
etc. At King Bros. 852 3t
Beginning on Wednesday, the
Bulletin will be delivered to sub
scribers along the Palama Road
within forty-five minutes after going
to press. St
Mn. and Mrs. J. D. Strong arc
called upon to mourn tho loss of
their little boy, Harvey, who died at
Ulupalakua, Maui, last Wednesday,
after two days' illness.
" I wish I was a saloon," said a
loving Honolulu wife to her husband
the other day. "Why?" ho in
quired, with some degree of surprise.
" Oh, because you would run in
eighteen or twenty times a day to
In England a short time ago, there
was a long distance race of endur
ance, between a temperance pedes
trian and a beer-drinking one. The
latter won casiby. This reminds us
that Schacfer & Co. have just re
ceived direct some brands of ale and
stout used by the winner of this long
The steamer Lehua came into
port yesterday afternoon minus her
fore-mast, which she lost while in
Alenuiliaha Channel between Hawaii
and Maui. When the mast fell over
into the sea, efforts were made to
got it on board again but were use
less. At St. Andrews Cathedral yester
day morning, the Bishop preached
in the morning on tho proper observ
ance of the Sabbath. In the evening,
Rcv.A.F. King, of England, preached
a discourse on the Holy Catholic
Church, taking his text from the
4th chapter of St. Mark, 30th and
Wn made a visit this morning to
the store house of M. Mclnerny,
where those nice harnesses are on.
Wo wero 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 Gt
- m - 1 "-
Br tho S. S.
Australia we learn
that arrangements have
pleted for a sculling match between
Clifford and Haitian on February 7,
between Clifford and Beach' on
February 28, and between Hanlan
and Beach on March 28. The flual
match between Clifford and Hanlan
(if the former is victorious in his
match with Beach) will take place
on April 18.
What is the attraction over there?
was the question wo heard several j
persons nsk as we passed along Mcr-
chant street this morning. Tho an- 1
swer was : there arc a fine new line (
of gents' Byciclc or Travelling shirts
which M. Mclnoriiiy has just lecciv- ,
cd, and is now placing them on
vlow in his window. Wo have seen
,. , ., . .1 1
ilium nun proiiouuL'c iiiciu wiu luui
tiest designs we have ever hccii.
We advise our friends to make an
carl' call and
Tiik order of procession for the
funeral of the lato Hon. Mrs. C. 11.
Bishop is out. The pioccssion will
form at one o'clock on K11111111 street ,
and start at 2 o'clockjnccisely, and
will be under direction of Ills. Ex,
the Governor of Oahu and Maui.
Nisk drunks in the Police Court,
this morning, bringing in $51 to tho I
treasury. Albert Bray, for dis
turbing quiet of night, forfeited S 10 '
bail. John Iloppa, charged with
disorderly conduct at the whirligig,
Saturdaj' evening, was sentenced to
forty-eight hours' imprisonment.
The following is the order of the
Court on the examination of candi
dates for admission to the bar held
on Saturday: Major Antono Rosa
and J. Mahiai Kancakua arc admit
ted to the bar. The admission of W.
II. Sea is postponed for the term. S.
Anapu and J. W. Mikasobe are not
competent, and it is useless for them
to apply again. C. W. Kalama, .1.
Wahineatia, and S. K. Apua are to
road up and present themselves at the
April term, 1885. J. P. Hanaaunioe
is given a license to practise in the
Police and District Courts, Puna,
Oun readers will like to know that
Rcmcnyi and his party arrived safely
at Melbourne, and gave their first
concert in the Town-hall, October
Cth. From a letter iccci veil by Mrs.
Dr. McGrcw, we glean that they iiad
a fine trip, arc all well, and sure of
doing big business in the Colonies,
and still retain their many pleasant
lecollcctions of Honolulu. The
Awit of Oct. 7th gives a lengthy
account of their first concert. The
hall was crowded in every part.
Rcmcnyi is spoken of as " an ex
traordinary performer who has at
once taken captive the Melbourne
people." He was recalled again
and again, and cheered to the echo.
The other members of the party arc
also highly spoken of.
On tho last trip of the steamer
Likclikc, when coming out of Kahu-
lui the boat was found to steer very
hard. One of the crew was sent to
investigate for the cause in the
steering gear. He found some slack
in the chain and a bight caught over
a projecting timber in the cattle
compartment. This was put right,
but still the helm was very reluctant
and there was danger of the boat
going on the reef. A further ex
amination resulted in finding a towel
wedged in with the chain in the
hole where it passed out of the gal
ley. So tightly was the obstruction
jammed that the bush over the hole
had to be taken off to get it out. It
appeal's the Chinese cook had hung
tho towel on the chain, and the
movements of the latter drew it into
Last Tuesday the steamer Kilauea
Hon, while off Wainaku, just as the
Captain was going to let go the
anchor, struck the bottom. The
engines were backed at full speed,
but it was no use, the steamer was
fast on tho rocks. The current
caused her to drift further in. She
was prevented from becoming a total
wreck, by being hauled over tho
reef into the Walluku River, thus
causing her rudder-post to break, and
damaging her keel and propeller.
The Kinau arriving soon afterwards,
Captain King gave all assistance
possible, got her off tho reef and
towed her in to Honolulu. Tho
steamer was over thirty hours on the
reef, and as she leaked badly the
pumps had to be kept going. Insur
ance covers all damages.
There arc many who despise half
tho world ; but if there be any who
despise the whole of it, it is because
the other half despise them. Col
T ANTED, with pleasant rooms, by
TT a gentleman unit wi to in a pi 1-
Address I. O.
V"ANTED a situation as Cook by a
TT Portuguese who iinderstiinds 11
lltllo Eul'IIiIi. Apply
GONSALVES it CO
.57 Hotel SI.
TIJ A YOUNG GKItMAN.
JL WAITER in a Restaurant
kind of outdoor work. Apply to
J. E. WISEMAN.
General Business Agent, 28 Merchant st.
In Fine Order, at Low Prices,
KOU SALE UY
DE2. JP. .J.jj:S,
TO PURCHASERS AT AUCTION.
From and afterjjthis Date .all
Bills for Goods purchased at Cash Sales
MUST BE PAID
A.1 tin Time of oliveiy.
R..P. ADAMS, I .,.
LYONS & LEVEY, f Auct er9
Honolulu, Oct. 20th, 1SS1. 8-18 lw
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom House Business prompt
ly, carofully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
Genoral Business Agent, Merchant St.
Tolophonel72 P.O. Box 315-
J, A. PALMER,
Commission and Custom House Broker
and Goncral Business Agent.
Dm Inc the next fifteen iluvs. 1 will
jjlu' pnrtlcuhr nttcnllon to tliu
Collection of Quarterly Bills !
My commissions mi' iiimleintc, and
Husfnps? Men anil otheis can he sure
that all mutters Intrusted to 111c will bo
Promptly A. 1 1 ended to.
Oflli'o In Campbell's New IJlork,
815 tf Room Xo. 7, Un-Stntrs.
ON & AFTER THIS DATE
THE PRICE.OF BOARD AT THE
WILL BE REDUCED PROM $0 TO
$5.00 Per Week.
R. W. GRANNIS, Prop'tor.
Honolulu, Oct. 20, 188). 847 tf
Particular attention natil to Tourists'
Baggage, Parcels, Eto, Delivored in
any part of tho City promptly
and with oarc.
Older; left at Haminci's Harness Shop
will receive prompt attention.
Telephone 202. .No. of Wagons C8 & CO.
DIRECT FROM MADEIRA,
rci- w. h. BOKDEAUX
A splendid collection of 18 carat gold &
silver jewelry of tho latest designs,
Xecklnccs -vitli HioclcctK,
Chains, Studf, Bracclctx, Purses, Scarf
Pins, Crosses, Eur.rlngs, 'Ihlmblc",
Etc., Etc., ISte.
Call and examine this Superior Stock.
CONZALVES & CO.
NO. 57 HOTEL ST.
For Freieht or Charter.
Apply at the
844 lm PACiric Navuution' Co.
rrti-L NOTICE is hereby given hut
will not bo resnonslblu for
11111 .mii-siui in uiu auuvv uui
2sany debt contracted by the
members of his crew, without his writ
T11KO. II. DAVIES & Co., Acenlc.
A Large and Commodious
HOUSE, centrally located,
ncwlv impcred snd painted.
Large yard, stables, &a. Possession
I given Immediately. For further par.
ilculars enquire ot
I JNO. S. McGREW, .
1 815 Hotel sir. bet. Fort and Alakca
A SMALL COTTAGE AT LELEO.
Apply to T. W. RAWLINS,
8151 tf Soap Works
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,
Shop on Queen street, near Alakca.
rp HE FRST ANNUAL MEETING
X. of the Pacific Navigation Co. will
he held nt the Company's ollluo, Queen
street, on Wednesday, Oct. 29, at 10 a.m.
810 2w V. H. OAT, Secretary.
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Bank
The general public aro invited
at our opening, our new and select stock of Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods; Ladies'. Children's, and Infant's Wear,
Millinery, Clotliing, Gents' FirVnishing Goods, Traveling
Trunks, Valises, House Furnishing Goods, and an Elegant
and complete stock of Ladies'. Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' Shoes.
a. COHN Sc CO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els.. Etc., Etc.
Fence "Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Fainls, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c., &c.
Grocers, - -
Just Received ex
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Beef, Germea, Tinned Mushrooms,
Dutch Herrings in kegs, Cala Boiled Pickled Butter,
Ami ii full Hue of FrcMli Staple rocerIcN.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 2-10. P. O. Rox 297. (702
O. D. I'llKr.TIl.
W. C. I'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
23 N'minnu Street.
nONOLUIX, It. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gonoral Commission Merchants,
OFFER FOR SALE
At the Loweut Market Rates
a larac nnd well i-electeil stock of
tlic(Clioiccstaand most Favorite
4c, Ac, &c,
All Goods Guaranteed.
mhI oiileis filled promptly.
Telephone 10. P. O. Ilnx SCO.
.JUST RECEIVED PER
FOR SALE BY
J. I. DOWSETT,
8ir lm QUEEN STREET.
TO Till: I,AIIi:S OF HONOLULU
DRESSMAKER, having returned'
has resumed liusinciis.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Curled In
all the newest shades.
Corner of Klnp; and Richard Streets.
Itall l'rocraiiniieN !
NEW DESIGNS, just received from
San Francisco, at The Daii.v Uul
Building, Fort St.,
to give us a eall and inspeot,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
KT.XNEDY & CO.)
- 67 & 69 Hotel St
S S Alameda,
J XJU1UII111 AXpllUMl 11U1UMJ
By Jack Malonc, he by Lexington.
1st Gam, Ivy Leaf, bT imported Austra
lian; 2nd dam, Bay Flower, bv Lexing
ton ; 3rd dam, Bn y Leaf, by 'imported
Yorkshire; 4th ifain, Imported Murlu
Black, by Philo da Putah, etc., etc.
Itazaar was bred at the great Wood
bum Farm, near Lexington, Ky., by the
lute II. A. Alexander, and was sold to
W. L. Prlteliard, of Sacramento, Cul.,
for $3,00P. He stands 15lf hands,
weighs 1,001 lbs., and Is a bright chest
nut color. Duriug his racing career lie
downed many a favorite, and von inanv
a hatful of money for his owners, anil
i)iocd himself one of tho greatest of
horses over a distance, most of his races
being at two and four miles. IIo has
already sired several colts In California
that are winners, among which are
Lizzie Dunbar. Young Bazaar, Sophia,
uud another called the Bazaar Minerva
Colt, he being out. of Minerva by lm
poited Leamington, the sire of Parole
and Iroquois. Lizzie Dunbar' greatly
distinguished herself last year in her
two.year.old form by defeasing one of
the largest fields of two.year.olds that
ever started In California, anion;; which
Wero tho two beautiful (lilies brought
here lust Spring by Mr. Agnew, distance
?b mile; time, 1.01, thu fastest time on
record for two-year.olds at the distance.
This year she has won several Important
events, and has proved herself to be a
Itnziiur has now been brought back
to Honolulu, and will remain here the
I balance of this year, and breeders, horse
owners and stock raisers should avail
! themselves of the opportunity to obtain
his services whllo they have the chunce.
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The Imported Clydesdale Stallion
Donald JHiuiie, Jr., will stand at
the bame tlmo nnd placo at g.'K) for the
season. Hu was bred In Canada, sired
by Imported Donald Dlnnle, ami out of
an Imported CTjdcsdalo mare. IIo Is a
beautiful dapple grey, 10 hands high,
and weighs 1,100 lbs.: is very active,
onil as lino a large horse as could be
Also, the line lnriro Imnnilcd k",.n.
tacky Jack Suiiionoii. This is one
of tho largest Jacks that we could find
lu California nud U an animal of im
mense bono: is a very suro breeder, and
should bo liberally patronized, as ho Is
one of the very best aulmals of his
kind. TerniH, 8IIO for tho season.
The public aro cordially Invited to
call and Inspect tho above animals.
Marshllcld, Sept. 15, 1881. 818 t(
iStallions at Marslild
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