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TUESDAY, OCT. 28, 1881.
SUN, MOON ADD SEA.
All tlmu from noon of lo-ilay. Get. 28
Sun Sets ''
SunltNes 1 W.
Moon Sub! J!' 32.
High Tltlu (huge) 0 00.
High P'ldu (small) 11 !10.
WIMI INK WKATIIttll
Hcconl liunt noon of jeslerilayi
Jl'f?!'Vc.l.Vr,t Thermometer lluln.
, 111 HIl I Mil II 2li till IBh lto Iflli
I SQ.U 30.11 I S0.11 II WIS 770 I 7H3 0. (W
Wind, -V.i:. light; Sky, Inuys Sen, smooth.
Diamond Head, Oct. 28, 3p.M
Light X. K. wind.
" OCEANIC S. S. CO.
KOIl BAN KIIANCISC'O.
Alameda.... Leaves Honolulu. Nov. 1st
Marlposi' Leaves Ilwiiolulti, Nov. 1G
KOIt AUCKLAND AND BYDSHY:
Slmr City of Sydney Nov 1
I'Oll SAN FUANCIWO.
Slmr Zcalandla Nov 2!)
Jtktnc W 11 Dlinond, San Francisco
Stun- Mokolli, Windward Ports
Schr Wnliualu, Koloa
llktuc'Ella from San Francisco
Stmr Kinnu for Windward Ports
Stinr J.cbua for Windward Ports
Stinr C Jl IlWhop from llaniiikuti
Slmr Iwalanl for Kauai
Scbr Hob Hoy for Koolau
Ilk C H UMiop for San Francisco
Scbr Mauuoknwal for Koolau
Scbr Xettio Merrill for Lahalna
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stinr Mokolli, for Windward Port
Scbr Hnlnbow, for Koolau
Scbr Walinalu, for Koloa
Scbr Halcakala for Pcpcekco
VESSELS IH PORT.
S S Bordeaux, Plilllpot
Steam bk Geo S Homer, Perry
Sbl Kl Dorado, Humphries
Bark C K Bishop, Woltcrs
Brig Tcwcra, l.a Gucu
Baft Calbarieu, Hubbard
Jlgtuo Hazard, Tiern'ov
Bark Ophelia, Moddrel
Bark Nicholas Thayer. CroMiy
Bark Varuna, Ingram
Bk Paclllc Slope, Barnes
S S Alameda, Moivu
Bark Martha Davis, E M Benon
Bktne W II Diamond, Houdlett
For Kahulul, per Llkelike, Oct 27 A
Unna, O Thldemau, Mrs Evcrasen, O
Hansen, WS Costly, Mrs 1,0 Kelley,
Miss Mary Ooodale, E M Walsh, A II
Smith. Sister Bonavcutura, E Xorrls,
Capt J Ko.ss and Ah So.
From San Francisco, per bktne W II
Dlinond, Oct 28 Mrs Schracder, Mls
It Pfoiffer, U nnnnon and J Klley.
For Windward Ports, per Klnau, Oct
2S J M Horner, W Y Horner, It Jt
Hind, C 11 Brag''. W 11 Seal, Geo Patv,
It Wallace, B B Maey, F B Butler, W II
The German bark Lhalla from New
York for this port Is 123 days out to-day.
She has a general cargo and is consigned
to Castle & Cooke.
Stinr Mokolli brought ill!! bags of su
gar, 07 green hides, UO hags of taro, 10
head of cattle, 20 sheep, it hogs, and 7
hags of potatoes.
The stinr Lehua will have a new fore
mast put in on her return.
On Monday evening, Oct. 27, of diph
theria. George, youngest son of Luko
and LUla McShaue, aged 20 months and
12 days. -Of such is the kingdom of
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A young Japanese wants a situa
tion. Sec adv.
Tin: S. S. Alameda will sail for
San Francisco on Saturday at noon.
Tin: bark Caibaricn was hauled
off the Marine Railway at noon to
day. Ouii migratory friend Col. Norris
did not leave by the bknto Discovery
Tin: Honolulu Itillcs hold their
usual weekly drill this evening, at
7.30 i si.
Tin: repairs to the road ouMau-
nakca street arc completed, and it is
in' line order now.
Tin: foreign jury is required to at
tend at the Supreme Court to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock.
AW. omitted yesterday in our
hurry to thank Capt. Sass and Pilot
Uabcook for late news favors.
Mu.r.s Bros, have received somo
very fine horses by the AV. II. Di
hioihI tliis morning from the Coast.
Tin: Maori King, Tawhiao, lias
arrived at New Zealand. lie changed
his mind at tho last moment, about
taking the route across continent.
In the Supremo Court yesterday
the case of Kahai, ct ul., vs. Annie
K. W. Haines, et al., ejectment,
was heard before n mixed jury. Tho
caso was not concluded until 10
o'clock last evening, the jury being
discharged, unablo to ngicc to- a
verdict. Tills morning the caso of
Mele Ilolcliiii, ct al., vs. Kconl
Kttpti, ct nl., ejectment, was heard,
a verdict lining given for the plain
tiff, SfiO damages.
A Chinaman committed suicide at
Lahalna last week by hanging him
self from a tree. Financial troubles
and sickness was the probable cause
of Ills rash act.
On Friday last, tho Judges of the
Supreme Court made some new
rules and orders, to take effect from
that day, in addition to those al
ready in force in that department.
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Mit. Isadora Luckstone, the fine
pianist of tho llemenyi troupe, is
playing upon a magnificent Ucch
stein concert grand piano, at the
concerts in Mclburnc. What a pleas
ure it must be to him after sucii a
miserable rattlu box he was com
pelled to use here.
On Saturday last, Mr. N. S. Sachs
had his grand opening of new mil
linery goods recently purchased at
the coast by Miss Ilirshbcrg. A peep
inside the store divulged a splendid
stock of new goods, and there was
no sign of hard times, a crowded
store and a roaring trade being the
order of tilings.
. . '
Juimu Hickerton fairly earned his
salary yesterday, as the criminal
business occupied the wliolo of the
day, and there is no doubt that His
Honor on arriving homo made sad
havoc of the good tilings provided
for his usual evening meal. Tho
civil business had to lie left over
until tliis morning.
Oun attention was called, a few
days ago, to the bad state of tho
road near the Fish Market. In
forming the Koad Supervisor of the
fact he has acted with his
usual promptness, and put a gang of
men at work on it yesterday morn
ing. The large number of people
who make use of that road will, wc
arc sure, thank him from the bottom
of their hearts.
Onk week from Saturday, the
Band will be playing at Emma
Square as usual in the afternoon.
Wo call the attention beforehand of
the proper authorities to the gang of
hoodlums who generally sit on the
rail outside the Square on Emma
street, smoking, chewing and spit
ting, and acting otherwise rowdily,
making it unfit for ladies to pass by
on that side. It is to be hoped tliis
common nuisance will be stopped.
Mit. A. Herbert has always been
well-known for his close attention to
the culture of grape vines, and for
his fine stocks of seeds. He lias
now for sale at his place in Kaliiii,
10,000 rooted grapo vines of five
different varieties. Then ho lias
also different kinds of fruit trees,
and a great amount of seeds. Turn
to his advertisement and peruse it
Tins examination of some of the
candidates for admission to the bar
was very amusing. Some answers
given wero really ridiculous, showing
very little knowledge of law, not
even enough for the position of
policeman. One question asked was,
"Within what time can an action on
a judgment be brought?" Fivo
candidates answered respectively,
21 hours, 1 year, S years, 10 years,
JJO years. Wc havo no space for
other just as distant answers.
Chaules Wilson, late overseer at
Ileum Plantation, died at the Queen's
Hospital last evening, the immediate
cause of dcatli being from exposures
in the U. S. Army. IIo was a
prisoner in Andcrsonvillo prison for
eleven months, and has been a great
sufferer. The deceased belonged to
the lth N. Y. Cavalry. Latterly he
has been cared for by tho Geo. W.
Ue Long Post, and he will be
buried under their auspices this
afternoon nt 4 o'clock from the hos
pital. Foil the information of enquirers,
our readers and those who are an
xlous to send more frequent corrcs-"
pondence to Wnialua and Waianac,
wc would say that the steamer Jad.
Makco takes a mail to thoso places
every Friday morning, at 0 o'clock,
and also brings ono on her return on
Tuesday. The overland mail still
leaves at 10 o'clock Wednesday
morning, so that wc have two malls
a week to thoso places, instead of
one. Tho mail by the James Makco
closes nt half-past eight, Friday
Daniki. ICalitn, a member of the
Royal llawaiion Band, died yester
day at Koolau, on the other side of
litis island. The deceased has been
a member of tiic baud since its
organization thirteen years ago, first
played the comet, than tho piccolo,
and Intterly the clarionet. He lias
been sick for a long time, and a
great sufferer from asthma. Tho
body will be brought to Honolulu
this afternoon and probably buried
to-morrow with the usual honors.
The deceased resided at Is'iupaipai,
in Xuunmi Valley.
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In the Police Court this morning
Aklona, charged with perjury in the
2d degree, was remanded until Satur
day. John McFarlanc and Mnkauut
for drunkenness had to pay SO each.
Naonc for assault and battery for
feited S10 bail. All Sung, All Knm
and Ah Tang, charged with gaming,
were fined $10 and sentenced to -18
hours' imprisonment. Mr. liusscll
who appeared for them noted an ap
peal to the Supreme Court. The
evidence in tliis case occupied the
attention of those Courts the whole
of yesterday afternoon. Kamiki and
Lopeka, charged with adultery, the
former was illicit SuO, tiie latter $lf,
Mn. Wall, who has introduced
roller skating here, feels justified,
by the patronage accorded to tho
sport, to make it a permanent insti
tution . He will therefore tliis week
begin the erection of a rink on
Quccij street, near Richard, of Hie
capacious dimensions of 90 feet
long and greatest width 00 feet. It
will be. in tho form of the letter
L, and the lloor will be so laid that
the skates will not run transversely
on tho planks at any place, smooth
and easy running being thereby en
sured. Two nights intho week will
be reserved for ladies and their
escorts, no males to be admitted on
those evenings unless accompanying
one or more of the gentler se.v.
Caiiinbt Tliotos 3 per doz, cards
SI per do, at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for
merly A. A. Montano's. 820 tf
, . .-- .i
Autists' Materials of all kinds,
also Plaques, and Stretchers, all
sizes, Pastel Board, Mill Board,
Academy Board, Canvas, Pantiles,
etc. At King Bros. 852 3t
. o .
Br.oiNNixr. on Wednesday, the
Buu.r.TiN will be delivered to sub
scribers along the Palama Road
within forty-live minutes after going
to press. Nt
Wi: made a visit tliis morning to
tiic store house of M. Mclnerny,
where thoso nice harnesses arc on.
Wo wero much surprised to find how
fnst the last largo invoice of harness
es had disappeared, there being but
u few left. To thoso contemplating
getting such ought not to miss tliis
grand opportunity. 850 Gt
What is tho attraction over there?
wis the question wc heard several
persons ask as we passed along Mer
chant street this morning. The an
swer was: there arc a fino new line
of gents' Byciclc or Travelling shirts
which M. Mclncriuy has just lccciv
cd, and is now placing Ihcin on
view in his window. Wc havo seen
them and pronounce them the pret
tiest designs wc have ever seen.
"Wc advise our friends to make an
early call and select their choice of
colors. 850 Ct
A BLACK MAKE, one car nmiked,
from II. Haukfcld & Co. 'a store.
Tho finder will hu sultahly rewarded by
returning hiuno to tl.u ahovc mentioned j
f ANTED, with pleasant rooms, hy
TT a gentleman and wife In a prl
vato family. Address 1. O. llox 127.
ANTED a situation as Cook hy a
Portuguese who mulct stands a
llttlo English. Annly
GOXSALVES & CO.,
57 Hotel St.
BU A YOUNO OKKMAN, AS A
WA1TEU in a Itestaurant or any
kind of outdoor work. Apply to
J. E. WISEMAN.
General IJuslness Agent, 28 Merchant Ht.
INVw Cu(-li, 1 HW,
In Finn nrrlniv nl I nw P
- . i w wiiiwii m tallf
Jm n si.
FOit SALE BY
frV) Queen street. aw
TO PlTRCIIASERS AT AUCTION.
From and after this Date all
Dills for Goo.ls purchased at Cash Hales
MUST BE PAID
A.I, I he 'X'ime JXellveiv.
E. 1 ADAMS, ) .
LYONS & LEVEY, J Auct'-'ri
Honolulu, Oct. 20th, 18S1. 818 lw
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom Houso Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telophono 172 P. 0. Box 315.
J. A. PALMER,
Commission and Custom Houso Broker
and General Business Agent.
During the next fifteen days, I will
give particular attention to the
Collection of Quarterly Bills !
My commission arc moderate, and
IJusincss Men nud others can ho sure
that all mutters intrusted to me will he
Promptly j:Y( tended lo.
Oflleu In Campbell's New llloek,
813 tf Koqiii No. 7, Hi-Stalrs.
ON & AFTER THIS DATE
THK PRICE OP BOAIll) AT TIIE
WILL 1JE JtEDUCKl) VIIO.M 0TO
$5.00 Per Week.
I?. W. GHANNIS, l'rop'tor.
Honolulu, Oct. 20, 1881. 817 tf
Particular intention paid to Tourists'
Baggage, Parcels, Etc, Delivered in
any part of tho City promptly
and with care.
Orders left at Hammer's Ilnmcss Shop
will receive prompt attention.
Telephone S02. .No. of Wagons 58 fc &!).
DIRECT t'HOM MADEIHA,
l?or h. s. nOIfcO.EA.TJX
A splendid collection of 18 carat gold &
silver jewelry oT the latest designs,
oVei'lfliKjes -with T.oc;Ire(H,
Chains, Stud?, Bracelets, Purses, Scarf
Pins, Crosses, Ear-rings, Thlmhlcs,
JtJLo., JZU:, 121 ;.
Call nud examine this Superior StocU.
GONZALVES & CO.
SU NO. 07 HOTEL ST. lm
For Freight or Charter.
"TT A 7 4 PT1
uTii J"- " a"im J-v J-
Apply at tho
841 lin Pacific Navigation Co.
NOTICE Is herohy given hat
tno Master oi tiioauovu vessel
will not be resnonslhlu for
leSPaiiy debt contracted hy the
membcis of his crew, without his writ
T11EO. 11. DAVIES & Co., Agents.
A Large and Commodious
irnitci.' ...... i,... it,. lno..i,,,l
Jf'rr VW.J, l.l.!ll.,lJ IWVHIHI,
"&t2 newly imncrcd xnd painted.
Largo yard, stahlcs, &e. Possession
given Immediately. For further pur.
tlculnrs enquire of
.INO. S. MtOltEW,
815 Hotel str, het. Fort and Alakea
SMALL COTTAGE AT LELEO.
8J11 tf Soap Works
. CONTRACTOR & 1SUILDEK,
Shop on Queen Htreet, near Alakeu.
HE FRST ANNUAL MEETING
of the PhcWo Navigation Co. will
ho held at tho Comnany'n olllce, Queen
street, on Wednesday, Oct. 20, at 10 a.m.
810 2w F. U. OAT, Secretary.
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Bank
The general public arc invited to give us a call and inspeot,
at our opening, our new and soluct 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 Klegant
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' fcihoos.
St COHN Sc CO.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els., Etc., Etc.
Fciicu AV ire and Staples, Kerosene Oil u specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, lMuted Ware, &e., &c.
Family Grocers, - - -
Just Keccived ex
's Cn Biscuits,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Beef, Qermea, Tinned Mushrooms,
Dutch Herrings in kegs, Cala Rolled Pickled Butter,
And :i lull linu of FroHh Staple CirocerleH.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Uox 297. (702
. i). fiu:i:tii.
w. c. PEACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
2'.t Xiiiuuiii Ntrcei.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OFFEU FOU .SALE
At the liOnt'st Itlnrkct ItatoM
a Inrjje and well selected Hlock of
thiJCIiolcesUind most Favorite
&.C., &c, Ac.,
All Goods Guaranteed.
and oiders filled promptly.
Telenhono 40. P. O. Uox 3G0.
.1UST RECEIVED PER
FOR SALE BY
J. I. DOWSETT,
8 If. 1 m QL'EEN STREET.
TO T1I1J IjAII:K Ol' HONOLULU
DRESSMAKER, having returned'
1ms resumed business.
Feather Cleaned, Dyed nud Curled in
all the nawtfct shades.
Corner of King and Richard Streets.
Hull I'roKi'uinmcN !
NEW DESIGNS, just received from
San Francisco, at Tin: Daily Uul
Buildiny, Fori St.,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
ki:nni:dv & co.)
67 4 69 Hotel St
S S Alnmcdn,
Baliwi Ages, Hams,
15y Jack Malonc, he by Lexington.
1st dam, Ivy Leaf, bv Imported Austra
lian; 2nd dam, Hay Flower, hy Lexing
ton; 3rd dam, Hay Leaf, by Imported
Yorkbhlro; Itli diun, Imported Mnria
lllnek, by Pliilo da Putah, etc., etc.
Hirs.anr was bred at tho great AVood
burn Farm, near Lexington, Ky., by thu
late II. A. Alexander, and was sold to
W. L. Prltehard, of Sacramento, Cal.,
for "),00l'. He stands 15.f hands,
weh'lis l.0tiri lbs., uni! Ian brlL'lit rlmsl.
nut enlor. Ilnriiiir tils rnnlni enrror lm
tlowned many a favorite, and won many
a nauui ui uiuuey ior mis owners, ami
proved himself one of the greatest of
horses over a distance, most of his races
being at two and four miles. IIo lias
already sired several colts in California
that arc winners, among which are
Lizzie Dunbar. Young llazaar, Sophia,
and another called the llu.aar Minerva
Colt, ho being out of Minerva by Im
ported Leamington, the slro of Parole
and Iroquois. Llzzlo Dunbar greatly
distinguished herself last year In her
two.ycar-old formJiy dcfeaUiiji ouo of
tho largest fields ot two.year.olds that
ever started In California, among which
were the two beautiful lllllcs brought
hero last Spring by Mr. Agncw, distanco
?u mile; time, 1.01J, tho fastest thno on
record for two-year-olds at the distance.
This year bIio has won several important
events, and has proved herself to he a
Jiuzuur nas now oecu brought back
to Honolulu, and will remain hero the
balance of this year, and breeders, horse
owners mid stock rnlspra nlinnlil m-nll
themselves of tho opportunity to obtain
ins services wane iney nave the chance.
TcrniN, tf-10. Payable at tlmo of
Tho Imported Clydesdale Stallion
Dmnilil lliiiiii -li'- will clnml .it
the samo tlmo nud place at 8110 for tho
;niKmi. lln wild ltrnil n Hnnniln utn.l
by Imported Donald Dlnuie, and out of
mi iniuuiicu viivueMiiuu inure, tio is a
neauitiut uajipiu grey, iu hands high,
and weighs 1,100 lbs.: Is very active,
and as fluo a largo horse as could ho
Also, tho tine largo Imported Ken
tucky Jack Sampson. This is ono
of tho largest Jacks that wo could find
lu California, and Is an animal of im
mense bono; li a very euro breeder, and
should bo liberally patronized, as ho is
one of tho very best animals of his
kind. TerniN, 8.'0 for tho season.
The publio nro cordially invited to
call and Inspect the above animals.
Marshileld, Sept. 15, 188-1. 818 tt,