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THURSDAY, OCT. DO, 1887.
SUN, MOON AIID SEA.
All time from noon of to-day. Oct. :t0
Sun Sol 11 2.'.
Sun Rises 18 Oil.
Moon Suit ID 21.
High Tide (largo) 1 00.
High Tide (small) 13 00.
WIND 1MI Wi: VTIU.lt
Itcconl lrom noon ofyuvtculuy:
AtoiVV.u1. Tlieiiiiaiiictor lliiln,
. III I till I 2'h II 21) I nil I I81i lto lHh
1 .10.04 1 3o.cn I Ro.i.' llws I ;.-,o -ss n (). is
Wind, N.l. fii"li! Sky, tiiIiik; fccii, ton-
Dlnnioml Hcnil, Oct. HO, Sp.M
Light N. E. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
ron han riiAxcihuo.
Alameda.... Leaves IIouolulu. Nov. 1st
Muiiposa Leaves Honolulu, Nov. in
PAcmc mails!" sTco.
ron AUCKLAND AND BVDNKV:
Stmr City of Sydney Nov 1
roil SAN FltANCISCO.
Slmr Zealandln Nov 23
.Schr Wnloli from .Mullko
Bk U It UMiop for San FrancK-o
Hclir Wulnialii for Koloti
Selir Kauikeaoull for Koholalcle
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr .las JIakec for Onliu ami Kauai
Sclir Kckauluolil for Hanalcl
Schr AVnloll for Jlallko
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Rordeaux, Phlllpot
Steam lik Geo S Homer, Perry
Ship El Iforado, Hiuiiphrlci
Jtrlf' Tewera, La Gueu
Hark Calliarlen, llubhaid
Ugtiio Hazard, Ticrney
Hark Ophelia, Moddrel
Jimk Nicholas Thayer, Croby
Hark Vnrtuiii, Ingram
Ilk Pnellle Slope, Jtaine-i
S S Alameda, Morse
Hark Martha Davis. K M JJciimhi
ltklno W II niinond. Iloudlett
Itktne Ella, Howe
From Windward I'm t, per Planter,
Oct 20 F II Havscldcn. wife and child,
"H Cooke, Mlis AUno, W F Roy, N
Hcleloii and wife, Mrs Ivckalkulhala,
MUs Nahlnu. .1 Kalaikl and about itf
Stmr Planter brought 1170 bags of
sugar, 110 bags of awa, 72 hides, 2"
head of cattle and HI I pkgs nulsc.
Schr Kekauluohl brought 200 bags of
The ship Kl Dorado will have .several
new planks put In on the starboard side
at tlie stem part of tier mala keel for
ward, and part of her forefoot will bo
rebuilt and u new fal-o keel will bo put
on. She Is the largest vescl that ever
wont on the Marine Hallway heie.
The French brig Tawara was docked
this morning to be Inspected by the
Tho Ptmrs Klnau and W O Hall do
not sail on the same day until Tuesday,
Dec2:)id, and on that 'day If possible)
there will boa race. The I I S N Co.
are ready for all bets.
The lik C It llishop sailed this morn
ing for San Francisco with 5047 bags of
sugar, 1120 bags of rice and 200 bills of
molasses. Value :il,iG3.
'local &"geTieral '"newsl
IIi:r.u! where are you going to
night? "Why, to the skating rink, of
course, it's tho jollicst exercise out.
Iits. Hiunpson, the evangelist, is
expected to arrive in Honolulu from
the Colonics, about the 23rd of next
Tin: Kcv. K. C. Oggcl will lead
the special union service at the Y.
M. C. A. hall this evening, begin
ning at 7.15 i si.
Tun rate of exchange on San
Francisco for tho out-going mail on
the Alameda will bo 3A percent, tmd
on other places in proportion.
Tin: mail to he despatched by the
S. S. Alameda from tho post olllco
will close on Saturday at 10 o'clock.
A Into letter bag will be kept open
Tin. Inspector General of Public
Schools Mr. D. D. Baldwin, returned
yesterday by the James Mnkce, from
a tour of inspection of Government
schools on the Island of Kauai.
Ik tho horses used by the cx
mountcd police nro to be sold, when
is the sale to take place? Wonder
whether tho original animals will be
sold or substitutes.
Mu. W. Foster, Clerk of the Sup
reme Court, will receive up to 12
o'clock on Saturday, tenders for
translating from English into Hawa
iian, tho Fourth Volume of Hawaiian
Tim remains of tho deceased band
boy, Daniel Kalua, have been buried
at Koolait where ho died, it being
impossible to get any one to bring
the body to Honolulu.
Tub steamer James Makeo leaves
for Kauni at 9 o'clock to-morrow
morning. She carries n mail for
Waialua and Waianae, which closes
at the post ofllce at half past 8
Tin, members of Excelsior and
Harmony Lodges, I. O. O. F., nro
notified to appear at Excelsior Lodge
Hall, on Sundny, November 2nd, at
12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of
attending the funeral of the lato
Hon. Mrs. C. 15. Bishop.
A x.vtivi: boy named Moses Kani
au, employed at Lucas's mill on
Fort street, had the fingers and
thumb of his right hand severed at
the middle joints yesterday after
noon, while using a circular saw.
Dr. McKlbbin dressed the wounds.
Tin: Honolulu Yacht and Boat
Club held a meeting yesterday. Six
new members were elected, and the
following gentlemen made Honorary
members: lions. S. U. Wilder and
IL A. Widemnnn, Messrs. B. F.
Dillingham, Mark P. Itobinson and
Dr. G. Trousseau.
Ti'istuY next, November 4th, be
ing election day for President and
Vice-President of the United States,
Messrs. J. M. Oat, Jr. & Co. will as
usual have polls open at their store
from 7 a. m. until 4 i m. on that
clay. Vote early and often.
On Saturday at 12 o'clock noon,
nt tho Fish-market wharf, Lyons &
Levey will sell tho Glasgow clipper
built bug Tawara, 215 tons, also her
boats, anchors, cables, sails, etc.
At the same time they will sell her
cargo, consisting of iron rigging,
driving apparatus, etc., etc.
A coMMiTTnr. from each boat club
in the city will meet to-night at the
Honolulu Yacht and Boat Club's
house, for the purpose of making
arrangements for the coming regatta
to be held on November the 17th.
This is a step ia the right direction,
and augurs will for ti most success
Tub team which caused the sensa
tion on Fort street yesterday morn
ing belongs to Lc Kin, a six foot
Chinaman. He was charged in the
Police Court this morning with vio
lating Express Itulo C, by lcaviug
his horses unhitched, and was re
manded until to-morrow, so that an
investigation could bo made.
At the request of several of our
well known citizens tho ofllce of J.
E. Wiseman, Campbell's Block, will
be the rendezvous to hold the elec
tion for President and Vice Presi
dent of the United States. Tickets
will bo on hand to all voters and the
polls will bo open from 7 a. m. until
5 r. m. on Tuesday, November 4th.
At Lahainsi last Tuesday, Mr.
Henry Dickenson, Principal of the
Government Union School, was
united in marriage to Miss Katie
Taylor, daughter of Capt. David
Taylor. The ceremony took place
in tho Anglican Church, which was
crowded. Later a reception was
held at tho residence of the bride's
father, and a large number of Laha
ina residents paid their respects to
tho newly married couple.
Tub late Hon. Mrs. Bishop's
coflin has been made by Mr. C. E.
Williams, Fort street, and will re
main in his shop until to-morrow
evening. It is a handsome piece of
workmanship. The body is of koa
wood; the base, trimmings and
handles of kou. There will be a
raised lid, moulded in kou and koa,
and bearingjfa silver plate in tho
form of a shield and beautifully
Tub following passengers arc al
ready booked to leave by the S. S.
Alameda: K II Plato, wife and 3
children, W Austin Whiting, Geo A
Whiting, It II Judnh, C II Brewer,
J W Forbes, Mrs James Hayscldcu
mid 3 children, S S Guile, Mrs A
Miller, Miss Ida Hcrrick, B Kuhn,
Hon II A Widcmium and wife, Mis
Judge Hall, Win G Irwin, Fred
Laton, J K Mackenzie, J It S Kyn
nerslcy, , Capt T W Hobron, Lum
Fong, wife and child, Sum Fui, S
Lotion, Mrs Moraudn and daughter,
Mrs. A. M. Mollis.
Ykstbiiiiav afternoon about five
o'clock, Miss Phcube, daughter of
Mr. W. E. Hcrrick, started in an
express from Punchbowl street witli
the intention of going to her aunt's
house on Liliha street. When the
School street bridge was reached,
tho horse took fright at it, and
started off at a fearful pace, the
driver being unnblo to control it.
The corner of School street was
safely turned and tho animal dashed
up Liliha street. It had not got very
much further before the young lady
was plucky enough to jump out, and
escaped without 11113 h'Jury, beyond
a scraped arm and a few bruises.
The horse was stopped nearly at the
top of the street without doing any
Tin: hauling of the El Dorado
yesterday was the severest test tho
Marine Railway sustained since it
was built. Four hundred tons of
ballast made her weight upon the
cradles amount to 1,400 tons. To
relievo tho great strain on the chain,
winch it was problematic if it would
bear, a stout hawser was brought
into service, hauled on by a largo
gang of men, to take the burden of
the "slack." L'hc superintendent
tool; every possible precaution
against tho contingency of n break,
having everything cleared away from
the sides of vessel and cradle, and
men in the bow ready to drop
anchor if the snapping of tho hauling
gear let tho bark run back. Happily,
however, the heavy vessel was raised
high and dry without accident, to
the relief of all who saw tho opera
tion. The vessel was found to bo a
good deal damaged in the keel and
vicinity, but tho full extent of her
injuries could not bo ascertained
until she was stripped.
The Honolulu Stock Exchange
held its regular session yesterday
Walluku Sugar Co
Hawaiian Agricultural Co..
Tho IColoa Singir Co
Grove llauch Plantal'on Co. .
Star Mill Co
Ftuiktta Sugar Co
Reclpiocity Sugar Co
Halawa Sugar Co
Paia Plant. Co.... 110
Hawaiian Hell Tcf. Co
C. Brewer & Co. (Mercantile)
Inter Island S.N. Co
K. O. Hall & Son (Limited)...
Wilder' Steamship Co
Woodlawn Dairy Co
Cuiinbt Photos S3 per doz, cards
81 per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for
mcrlv A. A. Montano's. 820 tf
Oi.i) Picture and Mirror frames
made over and repaired, at King
Bros. 854 3t
Bkoinnixc. on Wednesday, the
Bui.i.BTix will be delivered to sub
scribers along the Palama Hoad
within forty-live minutes after going
to press. 3t
Wi: made a visit this morning to
the store house of M. Mclnerny,
where those nice harnesses are on.
Wo were much surprised to find how
fast the 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
What is the attraction over there?
was the question wc heard several
persons ask as we passed along Mer
chant street this morning. The an
swer was : there arc a fine new line
of gents' Bycicle or Travelling shirts
which M. Mclnciiuy has just lccciv
cd, and is,, now placing them on
view in his window. Wc have seen
them and pronounce them tho pret
tiest designs wc have over seen.
Wc advise our friends to make an
early call and select their choice of
colors. 850 Ct
To the uninitiated the name Soda
Water convoys the idea of a cooling,
frothy, fizzing drink, into the com
position of which enters the common
Making Soda of our kitchens. This
is n mistaken idea. The water pro
per is, or should be, simply puro
llltcred spring water, confined in
suitable vessels, into which is passed
carbonic ucid gas until sulllcicnt
pressure is attained. This forms
the plain soda. In order to make
the drink to which wc arc accustom
ed, a sufllcicnt quantity of the vari
ously flavored syrups is measured
into the glass and then
the plain Soda Water turned in.
Tho purity and healtbfulness of this
drink depends wholly on tho syrups.
Probably nine-tenths of all tho
syrups, like raspberry, strawbeny,
lemon or pine-applo drawn from
boda fountains are made by adding
artificial fruit essences to a syrup
formed from white sugar and water.
The artificial fruit essences nro pro
pared from vnrious ethers known to
chemists, with tho addition of color
ing matter to give them semblance
to the fruit. It lias been decided
by physicians that these artificial
fruit essences arc very detrimental
to tho health. In order to be ahlo
to dispense absolutely puro bercr
ages from the magnificent apparatus
in their store, the enterprising firm
of Benson, Smith & Co. have im
ported from New York a full line of
McKcsion & Bobbin, s pure fruit
juices, which arc simply the un
diluted juice of the fruit or berry.
The llavor of syrups niado from
these juices is incomparably superi
or to those prepared from artificial
essences, and tiro also free from the
objectionable and dangerous chemi
cals which these contain. 85G Jit
iN'ew Culeli. 1HH4.
In Fine Order, at Low Prices,
FOB SALE BY
830 Queen street. 2v
TO PURCHASEHS AT AUCTION.
From and after this Date all
Bills for Goods purchased at Cash Sales
MUST BE PAID
At he rrimo oi Delivery.
E. V. ADAMS, ) ,,..
LYONS & LEVEY, f Aucl Lrs
Honolulu, Oct. 20th, 18S1. 81S lw
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom House Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telephone 172 P. 0. Box 315.
J. A. PALMER,
Commission and Custom Houso Broker
and Goncral Business Agent.
Dialog tho next llftccu days, I will
give particular nttcntiou to thu
Collection of Quarterly Bills !
My commissions nro moderate, and
Business Mon mid others can be sure
that all mutters Intrusted to mu uill be
Promptly .A.Ltciulet lo.
Olllco In Campbell's Now Mock,
845 tf Boom No. 7, Up-Stairs.
ON & AFTER THIS DATE
THE 1'ItICE OF BOABU AT THE
ASTOR HOUSE !
WILL BE ItEDUCEI) FBOM s?UTO
$5.00 Per Week.
11. W. GKANNIS, I'rop'lor.
Honolulu, Oct. 20, 1881. 817 tf
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
THE Stockholders of tho Pacific
Navigation Co. held in Honolulu, tho
iiUth day of October, 1881, tho folUwiiif;'
olllcers were re-elected for tho term of
A. Frank Cooke President
W. L. Wilcox Viccl'rcsident
F. B. Oat Secretary & Treasurer
It. Wnterhouso Auditor
Win. McCandlcs Director
8135 lw F. B. OAT, Secretary
TO Till: I.AIMI'.H OK HONOLULU
DRESSMAKER, having returned1
has resumed business.
Fcathurii Cleaned, Dyed and Curled In
nil thu n owe-1 shades.
Corner of King mid Kiehard Streets.
OFFICE TO I,ET.
ONE SIDE of J. E. WiBcmun-s beau,
tlful olllco to rent, with tine olllco
furniture, chandeliers, consultation
room, iiso of telephone, iVe. To a suit
able party reasonable teiins will bo
kIvpii. Apply to
J. E. WISEMAN,
Geiieial lluMiicsH Agent, Campbell's
810 tf Block, Mcrelinnt st.
Large ami Commodious
HOUSE, centrally located.
newly papered Mid painted,
d, stables, &c. Possession
Largo yard, stables
tlculars unqtiirn of
inmcdlntuly. For further p'ir.
1NO. S. MtGREW.
Hotel str, bet. Fort mid Alnkca
SMALL COTTAGE AT LELEO.
Apply to T. W. RAWLINS,
rpiIE FIRST ANNUAL MEETING
X of the Paclllo Navigation Co. will
bo held at tho Company's olllco, Queen
street, on Wednesday, Oct. 20, nl 10 a.m.
810 aw F. II. OAT, Secretary.
Grand and Successful Opening
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Opposite the New Banlc, Building, Fort St.,
The general public nre invited to give us a call and inspect,
at our opening, our new 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' Klegant
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' Shoes.
St OOHN Ac CO.
New Holiday Goods
LYCAN & GO'S
IN A TEW DAYS.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els., Etc., Etc.
TTl tT" il Ifcll 1 t - fl 1
T-- ? . IIB !
Fence "Wire ami Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
Family Grocers, - - - 67 & 69 Hotel St
Just Itccclved ex S 8 Alameda,
KemiBtly's Cream Biscuits, Baldwin Aples, Hams,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Beef, Gormea, Tinned Mushrooms,
Dutch Herrings in kegs, Cala Boiled Pickled Butter,
Anil u full liiio of FroHli Ninple irocorioN.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 240. P. O. Box 297. (702
O. D. FHl'ETII.
V. O. l'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
a.J Nuuniui Street.
HONOLULU, H. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gcnoral Commission Merchants,
' OFKKH KOK SAM:
At the J.om'Ht Itliirket Hales
a liirao and well bclecled htoek of
tho Clioiccstjnnd most Favorllu
&c, &c, &c,
All Goods Guaranteed,
nnd orders filled promptly.
Telephone 40. P. O. Uox 3C0.
Elc, Etc., Etc.
KU.NNl'llY & CO.)
Particular attention paid to Tourists'
Baggage, Parcels, Eto, Deliverod in
any part of the City promptly
and with oaro.
Order left tit Hammer's llnrnc.su Hliop
will receive prompt attention.
Telephone 202. .No. of Wagons C8 & C9.
tjH 1 in
DIHF.CT FROM MADEIRA,
Per n. h. UOKri3A.UX:
A Hplendld collection of 18 carat gold &
silver jewelry of tho latest designs,
iVuclcliiui'N AViUi JL.O(lrctM,
Chains, Studs, llracelctsi, Purses, Scarf
Pins, Crosses, Ear-rings, Thimbles,
J3te., 12t?., JEl;.
Call mid examine this Superior Stock.
GONZALVES & CO.
811 NO. 57 HOTEL ST. lin
Hull l'rogrumuieM !
NEW DESIGNS, just received from
San Frnncisco, at The Daily livir
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