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FRIDAY, OCT. 31, 1881.
SUN, MOOH AND SEA.
All tlino from uoon of lo-day, Oct. 31
Sun Sola 0 2-1.
Sl1Ul!S IS I.
Moon Sets 10 22.
High Tide (large) 1 30.
High Tldo (small) 14 00.
WIND i-VO WEATItEIl
Itccord from noon of yesterday
Mbc"lCovgl Thcunoinctor Italn.
, III "l on I Mil 111 I Hli I 18hltol8h
I 30.01 1 .10.11 U0.1I 0O ;jO ;2S 0. 'Jl
Wlml, Nil. tlglit; Mky, olionciy; Hen, moder
Diamond Head, Oil. 31. 3 p.M
Light N. K. wind.
OCEANIC S.S. CO.
toil SAX KKANCISCO.
Alameda.... Leaves Iloiioluhi. Nov. 1st
Mariposa Leaves Honolulu, Nov. 15
pacIfi d m ails7 sT c o.
FOIt AUCKLAND AND SVDNEY :
Stmr City of Sydney Nov 1
1 Oil BAN' FllANCIBCO.
Stmr Zeulandln Nov 23
Schr Marlon fioni Wainieu
Sclir Knplolaul from Walanne
Schr Cntarina from Humilol
Htinr Jas Makoe for Oalni and Kauai
Sclir Kekauliiohl for Iliinnlel
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW..
S S Alameda Mr San Francisco
S S Uordeaux for San Francisco
Schr Waloll for Mnliko
Schr Catcrlna for Hanalcl
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Uordeaux, Phlliiot
Steam lik Geo S Homer, Peiry
Ship El Dorado, Huuiplirlo
Urlg Tcwera, .a Gtieu
Rark Caibailen, Hubbard
Rgtiio Hazard, Tlcrney
Bark Ophelia,-Moddi el
Bark Nicholas Thayer, Croby
Bark Varuna, Ingram
Bk l'acillo Slope, Barnes
S S Alameda, Mor.c
Bark Martha Davis, E M Benson
Bktuo W II Dimond, Hoitdlett
Bktnc Ella, Howe
For Oalni and Kauai, per Jas Makcc.
Oct 31 Dr Parker, J L Richardson, T
Morris, Miss A Davles. Judges Kama
and Mulioe, S Sclig, G Kosclier, Geo
llouglitaillng and about 00 deck.
The stmr das Makee took 18 mules
this morning for Z S Spalding, Kcalla,
Schr Catcriua brought GoO bags paddy
The stmr Wainmualo vt ill take a now
Hiioko stack, 10.") ft long and 5 ft in
diameter to Waiiiianalo plantation to
The stmr Jas Makco was detained un
til 11.15 this morning to accommodate
J L Richardson.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A vlao pole is for sale. See adv.
A sixc.i.i: man in a private family
is advertised for to-day.
This is Halloween, the evening
preceding All Hallows or All Saint's
Mahsiial Soper lias appointed
Robert Mnhakalupu, Deputy Sheriff
Tun Supremo Court sat in Banco
to-day, and to-morrow will adjourn
tho October term.
To-Monuow being the Feast of All
Saints, there will bo special services
held in the Roman Catholic and
Tin: P. M. S. S. City of Sydney
is looked for to-morrow from San
Fmneisco. She will bring dates to
the 25th inst.
A LAiiGi: number of people visited
Mr. C. 15. Williams's shop to-day, to
look at the Hon. Mrs. Bishop's coflln,
which was described by us yesterday.
Maksim. Soper and Mr. C. O.
Bergcr nro busily occupied in select
ing proper places to erect about
seventy now street lamps. Good
Lyons & Levey will sell the French
brig Tawara, at 1 o'clock to-morrow.
Tho vessel is now alongside of tho
Fish-Mai kct wharf, where she can
Mn. Myron II. Jones, organist of
tho Fort street Church, leaves by
tho Alameda to-morrow for a short
visit to tho coast. Mrs. A. F. Judd
will preside at tho organ during his
absence. Pleasant trip and a safero
turn Brother Jones.
Ouu attention lias been called to
a number of trees which overhang
tho road on Judd street and need
trimming. It is to bo hoped that
tho owners of them will be kind
enough to have them properly
trimmed without delay.
lA.j&Aitotimijteti&afau ,. MlfctohowafcjM
H:s Majesty's new eight-oared
bont, built by Mr. Thos. Korcnson,
has been launched, and Is now in
the Royal boat-house.
Tnc fenco on tho King street side
of the Bethel church, which was
damaged the other day by a run
away, was repaired llila morning.
The monthy meeting of the Ha
waiian Mission Children's Society
will take place at the Punahou Col
lege, to-morrow evening at half-past
Wk are requested to state that tho
funeral services for tho late Hon.
Mrs. C. R. Bishop, at the residence
on I5mma Street, will commence at
half-past one o'clock on Sunday.
It is a shame to give licenses to
Cliiuamcn to drive horses, as they
know no more about a horse than a
monkey docs. They can't drive
straight, and tho frames of animals
some of them harness between the
shafts are only fit for the boncyard.
Let us have only competent diivcrs.
In the Intermediary Court Thurs
day morning, Justice Austin presid
ing, the case of Ah Keu and Ah
Chow, charged with having opium in
possession, was heard. It was an
appeal from Koolaupoko. His Honor
found them guilty, and sentenced
them to 15 days' imprisonment mid
pay a lino of SCO. All Kce appealed,
but All Chow cried content.
Tur.r.c is a law compelling all who
drive at night to carry lights. The
law calU for expressmen to have
their number shown distinctly on tho
lamp. How is it about private
teams? Some people tio a lantern
underneath the carriogc, while others
have it in the carriage with them and
the light is hardly seen. Ought not
thc3f to be compelled to show lights
on both sides?
Tun boys who deliver meat, milk
and ice early in the mornings arc
warned not to follow in the footsteps
of Mukini, who, when delivering
meat, stole a shirt, and is now wear
ing one of Capl. Tripp's two-coloicd
suits, and will live at the stone man
sion over the reef for the next six
months, for the offence. He was
convicted in tho Police Court, but
appealed. However, a Supreme
Court Jury confirmed the Police
In the Police Court yesterday
morning W. J. Cropley, for driving
over a bridge faster than a walk, for
feited 85 bail. Win. Kalilbaum and
Ilinokca, for the same offence, were
(hied $5 and costs. Billa, forlaiceny
of a coat valued at $4.75, was re
manded until to-morrow. All l'o
and Ah Chew, for affray, the pro
secution was discontinued. Kckua
and Kualai, for truancy, the former
was sent homo, the latter remanded
Dei'iciently pre-paid letters and
parcels for the Australian Colonies
will hereafter be forwarded, but
those to whom they nre addressed
will be taxed double postage, thus
following tile regulations of the
Postal Union. Letters not stamped
at all will not be forwarded, neither
will newspapers deficiently stamped.
Postmaster Whitney has been iu
correspondence witli the vaiious
oflkcs in tho Colonies, and has got
thorn nil to agree to his request.
A meeting of representatives from
each of the boat clubs in tho city
was held last evening at the boat
house of the Honolulu Club, to make
arrangements for tho icgatta to be
held on the 17th of November.
After some discussion a representa
tive was selected from each boat
club to make all necessary arrange
ments as follows : Iolani, Col. C.
P. Iaukca; Honolulu, W. L. Wil
cox; Piolani, George Cavanagii;
Myrtle, M. D. Monsarrat; Eclipse,
II. J. Mossmau. Tho racing courses
were settled upon.
While Judge Bickcrton was hold
ing court yesterday morning, a tre
mendous loud groan was heard from
down staiis. Deputy Dayton jumped
up as if a bumblo heu had stung
him and went down tho stairs at a
2.0G gait, followed in an alarming
manner by Sam McKcague, who,
however, had to stop half way to
regain his breath. The causo of tho
disturbance was found to bo pro
duced by a Chinaman who had been
gently knocked down, and by making
a tyig noiso was trying to make bc-
llevc ho hnd been seriously hurl.
In doing so ho failed, and was
ordered to leave the premises, which
he did with a face as long as Bcr
gcr's big fiddle.
. .. .a. ,
Jcdgc Bickcrton had a full house
this morning, even the passage ways
crowded. Chinese predominated,
but there were also present Ilawn
iiaus, Portuguese, Germans, Irish,
English, Yankees, n Scotchman nnd
a Norwegian. The case that attracted
attcntiou was that of Akiona, a
policeman under suspense, who wos
charged with assault and battery on
a Chinaman, Lu Go. After hearing
the evidenco His Honor lined the
dependant SfiO and costs SI. 20. Mr.
Russell, who appeared for him, noted
an appeal. John Ilapa, for larceny
of a coat, was remanded until to
morrow. Six Chinamen were charged
witli wayloying and assaulting a
fellow conntrynian, and remanded.
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Cini:r Engineer Nott requests the
several Companies of the Fire De
partment to meet at tho Hall of
Mechanics' Engine Co. No. 2, on
Sunday, at 1 i. m. sharp, for the
purpose of attending the funeral of
the Hon. Mrs. C. R. Bishop.
CoitroitAi. Fassott, foreman of
Engine Co. No. 1, notifies the mem
bers of the company to be at tlje
engine house, at half-past twelve
o'clock on Sunday, for the purpose
of attending the funeral of the late
lion. Mrs. Bishop.
Mechanics' Engine Co. No. 2 nrc
ordered to meet in full uniform at
their hall on Sunday at 1 o'clock, to
attend the funeral of the late Hon.
Tin: members of Pacific Hose Co.
are requested to meet nt their Hall
on Sunday at 12 noon, for the pur
poso of attending the funeral of tho
late Hon. Mrs. C. R. Bishop.
The members of the Hook and
Ladder Co. are requested to meet at
their Hall on Sunday at 1 o'clock, to
attend the funeral of the late Mrs.
Cahixet Photos S3 per doz, cards
SI per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for
mcrlv A. A. Montnuo's. 82C tf
Ou Picture and Mirror frames
made over and lcpaired, at King
Bros. 855 3t
Br.oiSNixo on Wednesday, the
Bumxtin will be delivered to sub
scribers along the 1'alama Koad
within forty-five minutes after going
to proas. 3t
To the uninitiated the name Hoda
Water conveys the idea of a cooling,
frothy, fizzing drink, into tho com
position of which enters tho common
Baking Soda of our kitchens. This
is a mistaken idea. The water pro
per is, or should be, simply pure
filtered spring water, confined in
suitable vessels, into which is passed
carbonic acid gas until suiilcicnt
pressure is attained. This forms
the plain soda. In order to make
tho drink to which wo arc accustom
ed, a suiilcicnt quantity of tho vari
ously flavored syrups is measured
into tho glass and then
the plain Soda Water turned in..
Tho purity and healthfulncss of this
drink depends wholly on the syrups.
Probably nine-tenths of all tho
syrups, liko raspberry, strawbeny,
lemon or pine-apple diawn from
soda fountains arc mado by adding
artificial fruit essences to a syrup
formed from white sugar and water.
Tho artificial fruit essences are pre
pared from various ethers known to
chemists, with the addition of color
ing matter to give them semblance
to the fruit. It lias been decided
by physicians that these artificial
fruit essences aru very detrimental
to the health. In order to bo able
to dispense absolutely pure bever
ages from the magnificent apparatus
in their store, tho enterprising firm
of Benson, Smith & Co. have im
ported from New York a full lino of
McKeslon & Ilobbin,s pure fruit
juices, which aro simply tho un
diluted juice of tho fruit or berry.
Tho flavor of syrups mado from
theso juices is incomparably superi
or to those prepared from artificial
ewsenecs, and arc also free from the
objectionable and dangerous chemi
cals which theso contain. Sou 3t
ti ':tf)k ti.MMii nftrYirt
iSew Catch, 1 884 .
In Fine Order, at Low Prices,
FOR SALE BY
850 Queen Urcat. 3w
TO PURCHASERS AT AUCTION.
From and after this Date all
Bills for UcoJs purchased at Cnsh Sale
MUST BE PAID
.At tho Thno of Delivery.
E V. ADAM. ) AuctVrs
LYONS & LEVEY, fAuUcrs
Honolulu, Oct. 20th, 18S1. 818 lw
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom House Business prompt
ly, carofully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
Qcneral Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telophono 172 P. 0. Box 315.
J. A. PALMER,
Commission and Custom Houso Broker
and Gonoral Business Agent.
During the next fifteen days, I will
give particulir ultenilou to tliu
Collection of Quarterly Bills I
My commissions nic moderate, mid
UiisfncSi Mon nnd othcis enn be Miro
that nil nutters intrusted to mo will be
Promptly A.ttoulel to.
Ollho in Campbell's Now Block,
815 tf Hooni No. 7, Up-Stalrs.
Australia! Guuurfl M
FOIl SALE 1ZY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
STOLEN or STRAYED.
AT hnpiomni l'ark, on
Monday 1 ikt, a Gordon bel
ter, nnsKurltif; to the name
of "Cam" Five Dollar
Howard ill bo given to
tho per-on retui nltiir said dojr to
W.-i lit 11. J. XOLTK.
All LACK MARE, one ear marked,
from II Iinckfeld & Co.'s store.
The finder will bo suitably rauarded by
retaining hamo to tl.o nboto mentioned
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
THE Stockholders of tho Pacific
Nnvlgntion Co. held in Honolulu, the
liOtli dav of October. 183J. tho lollmwint;
officers were re-elected for tho term of
A. Frank Cooke President
V. I.. Wilcox Vice- 'resident
I D. Oat Secretaiy & Treasurer
II. Wiitcrhnuso Auditor
Win. McCaiullesp Director
8.13 lw V. . OAT. Secretary
to tiii: liAiur.K or hoxomjm)
KESSUAICKH, havliiR returned
lins roMimcd buincis.
Fe.ithcrs Otcuiid, Dyed and Cuilcd in
all mo neucfit Miaues.
Corner of Kin nnd Hichard Streets.
OFFICIO TO LET.
ONE SIDE of J. E. Wiseman's beau,
liful olllco to rent, Willi lino office
furniture, chandeliers, consultutlon
room, use of telephone, Ac. To a suit
able parly reasonable tcims will bo
given. Apply to
Cciicial Uuslucs!) Agent, Campbell'.-
815 tf niock.Meiuhiiiit sU
A Lnrco and Commodious
HOUSE, centrally located,
nuwly nanercd Rod painted.
EirijO yard, stable, Ac. Possession
given Immediately. Eor further pir.
ticulars enquire of
.INO. S. McGltEW,
815 Hotel sir, bet. Fort and Alnkcu
SMALL COTTAGE AT
Apply to T. W.HAWMNS,
Furnislio d Itoonis.
I70R GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
: to MKS. TURN ER. 82 Klnjr Street,
nearly onnosllo the Windsor Rcstniirant,
C'JO ly li
JAOINI'HO DO MONTE beg to noti
fy tlio pulillo that he l p'epired to
undertake contracts for Well Ilorlng,
cheaper than any 0110 else.
Portuguese Btrset, hack of Queen's
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Bank
Tho general publio aro invited to give us a call and laspeot,
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, Houso Furnishing Goods, and an Elegant
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' (shoes.
&k OOBCJX &c CO.
New Holiday Goods
LYCAN & GO'S
IN A FEW DAYS.
BILLINCSrEAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Y.rrM'fllfT . ...-.-tAWw'
Fence "Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, "Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c., &c.
Faily Grocers, - -
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Beef, Gormca, Tinned Mushrooms,
Dutch Herrings in kog?, Cala Hollod Pickled Batter,
And 11 full line of FreHli Staple fvocorieN.
Island Orders solicited. Telcpliono No. 210. I. O. Hox 2H7. (7fii?
0- I). KJir.ETH.
W. C. 1'BACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
Hit Xuuanu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gonoral Commission Morohants,
OFFER FOIt SALE
At the Lowest Market Hate.'
a lurse and well selected stock of
the Cholccstjaiul most Favorite
&c., &c., Jfcc,
All Goods Guaranteed.
nnd orders filled piomptly.
P. O. Box 3C0,
JutJfttfiL Ju-infr k .. I.. -
Building, Fort St.,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
KK.NNUDY & CO.)
- 67 ft 69 Hotel
ex S S Alameda,
l XIU1UII111 XipjilUU)
Baggago, Parcols, Eto, Dolivorod in
any part of tho City promptly
and with care.
Oiders loft at lliumnei's Harness Shop
will receive prompt attention.
Telephone 202. .No. of Wagons 08 & CO.
DIRECT FROM MADEIRA,
I?or k. h. KORDEAUX
A eplciulld collection of 16 carat gold &
Hllvcr jowclry of tho latest designs,
rs'cclclaeoH -vIL1l ILoclcctN,
Chnlns, Ftuds, Bracelets, Panes, Sonrf
Pins, Crosses, Ear-rings, Thimbles,
DEtc, Etc., JEtc.
Call and oxamino this Superior Stock-A-
COMZALVES & CO.
811 NO. r.7 HOTEL ST. 1m
Hall l'rogrnuinicH !
fVTKW DESIGNS, just received from
X San Francisco, at This Daily Uui,
. .Lfjgjfr: , jtott!VhuiL ' $ihb-4ia&'