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SATUKIJAY, NOV. 1, 1881.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All liino from noun of to-day, Oct. Ill
Huti Set" " 24.
Sun lilies 18 I.
Moon Sets 10 U-J.
High Tide (lurge) 1 30.
High Tldo (small) 14 00.
WIND 4M WLATIIEH
lleeurd tium noou nf jentcrday:
awM". nwnnometcr It.Un.
, 4h I nil I ittli 2h I Mi I 18li lto I8I1
S0.0l .10.11 I 30.11 b09 7.13 T13 0. 21
Wind, XIJ. light; Sky, Miowrry; ben, moder
Diamond Head, Oct. ill, 3 p.M
Light N. E. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
KOIl H.N PIIAKCISG'O.
Aliiini'ila. .. .Leaves Honolulu. Nov. 1st
Mariposa Leavc3lIiiolulu, Nov. 15
PACIFIC MAILS. S. CO.
KOH AUCKLAND AM) HYDKUY:
Sttnr City of Sydney. . . . .' Nov 1
KOIl SAX TllANCISCO.
Stmr Zealamlla Nov 23
S S City of Sydney from S V
Stmr Kinau from Windward Porto
Stmr LIkcllkc from Kahului
Schr J.L'.nlil fiom Koholalelo
Schr Wallole from I'aukaa
Schr Mile Morilsfiom Lanal
Schr Jtob Jloy from Koolau
S S Alameda for San Francisco
S S Uordeaux for San Francisco
Schr AValoll for Mallko
Sulir Catorhia for llanalel
S H City of Sydney for Australia
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr XV G Hull for Windward Porto
Stmr LIkcllkc for Kahului
Sohr Leahl for Koholalelo
Schr Waioll for Hllo
Schr Wallelo for Mallko
Schr Hob Hoy for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam bk Geo S Homer, Perry
Ship Kl Dorado, Humphries
ilrlfj Tcwcr.i, La Gueu
linik Calbarlcu, Hubbard
Ugtno Hazaid, Ticrnoy
Jlark Ophelia, Moddrol
Bark Nicholas Thayer, Crosby
Jlaik Vtiruna, Ingram
Ilk Pacific Slope, Ilarncs
Hark Martha DavK E M Benson
Bktno XV 11 Dlmond, Houdlctt
Kiom Windward Ports per Kinau,
Nov 1st .1 O Carter, Hon J L Kuulu
kou, IIonDHXahlnu, Miss 11 Klpl.F
II Austin, Ahaua, .1 N Wright, G P
Wilder, J It Henton, Isaac Thompson,
T Pedler and s-crvt, J It S Kynuersley,
.Mrs J Santos, Mrs C Stllhnan, Miss K
Stlllman, Miss C Low, Master .1 Parker
and 101 deck passenger.".
Prom San Francisco per City of
Sydney, Nov Int Mrs Capt Berry and
For" San FranoKeo, per Alameda. Nov
1-KII Plate, wife and !! ehlldien, XV A
Whiting, G A Whiting, It II Judah, C
II Brewer, .1 WFoibe,Mrs .) llaysel
dcu and :i ehlldien. S S Guile, Mrs A
Miller, MNs I Herrlck, B Kiihn, lion 11
A Wldemannaud wife, Mrs Judge Hall,
XV G Irwin, F Laton, .1 K Maeken.Ie, .1
It S Kynuersley, Capt T W Hobron.
Lum Kong, wlfu and child, Sum Fui, S
Cohen, MrsMhanda and daughter, Mrs
A M Mellis, Mm K Doyle, V Sehultz, II
Kruer, wife and child, Mrs II Babylon,
F Sllva, .X Burrows, F J FItsgcrald, J
Mllliken, Mrs FWier, II E Taylor, G
Maywatd, T Becker, .1 Powers, AV T
Costly, J Linday, E Van Hunson, .1
Mar.-den, Mrs M Tracy, F M Fisher, C
Boltc, Mrs C O Berger, Sam Curtis, M
.(ones, .1 Fiaer, .1 Enos, J P Beck, L
Roderick, II I) Roberts, P Smith and
Fiom Kahului per Likellke, Nov 1
M Paiko, Capt ltoc, K H Plate, wife &
a children, XV 11 Cornwcll, A Barnes, P
N Makee, Mrs Kelly, Thos Gay, L Von
Tcmpsky, MKs Sawyer, Bio Lambcit,
Mrs Taylor, J Aea & wife, L Ahlo, A
Kanallllll, It XV Meyers,
Stmr Kinau brought 853 bags of sugar,
2 liorecs, 110 pkgs sundries, 31 pkgs
Schr Leah! brought 1800 bags of sugar.
News was received by the Kinau this
morning, thattlie schooner Pauahl went
ashore at Kahanalke, Komi, last Wed
nesday at II a m and Is a total wicck.
She belong to Allen it Roblin-ou.
The Schr Ida Schuauer sailed from
Kahului on Tuesday last for S F In
The S S Alameda sailed this day at
1 o'clock for S F, with 13,487 bags of
sugar, 1271 kegs of sugar, 21)03 bags of
rico,2!)."i9 bunches of bananas, 025 bdls
of Migar eano, 207 green hides, 778 bdls
of dry hides, 10 bdls of goat skins, 0
bdls of ship skins and 1 1 bxs of leaves.
Schr Wailelo brought 580 bags of
sugar from Paukaa.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: moon will bo full to-morrow
Lyons & Lovoy sold the brig Ta
wtira to Mr. E. C. Howe for 8500.
Tm: Hawaiian DMiaslon Children's
Society meets this evening at Puna
hou College, at 7: 30 i si.
Tin: old established lec works of
Wilder & Co. will deliver ice at as
low rates as any other company.
ArroitNTY-Gcneial Neumann was
registered at the Palace Hotel, San
Francisco, October 21th, so his
Mexican mission has been brought
to a close.
A rmsoxKTt from Lahalna was
brought on the Kinau this inoniliiir.
lie has been stealing poi.
Tm: City of Sydney sails for the '
Colonics at 7 o'clock. The Post
olllco mail closes at t! o'clock. I
Two lepers, a man and woman from ,
Maui, were taken to the leper receiv
ing station this morning.
' ' ' . . . .. .. i
AttbWER to the Jfatcaiictii Month
ly's square word looks like: ripe,
idea, peer, earn. Give us something
Tin: schooner Eclipse arrived at
Kahului last Snturday, 21 days from
Eureka with a cargo of lumber for
Messrs. Wilder & Co.
Tm: latest news is that the price
of sugar has gone up. San Francisco
prices arc quoted at 5 cents per (J(5
Tm: largest shippers of sugar by
the Alameda wcrc,W. G. Irwin & Co
1G21 bags ;T. II. Uavies &Co.,-M09
bags; C. Brewer & Co., 2011 bags.
On Monday next, at the Homan
Catholic Cathcduil, low masses will
be said at C and 7 o'clock a. si., and
high mass at 9 a. si., for All Souls.
W. G. Irwin & Co. very kindly
delayed the sailing of the Alameda,
until 1 o'clock, thus giving the pub
lic time to answer letters received by
the City of Sydney.
Nolti: has got a little "temple of
fashion" all to himself in one of his
windows. It shows quite a nice as
sortment of smokers' materials, the
only things required to make it com
plete being a bologna sausage.
Mit. A. L. Smith docs not intend
that anyone shall run away with any
of his Domestic Sewing Machines,
so, for Jheir safe keeping, has pur
chased a three ton safe of Sam
Nott, which has been placed in posi
tion in his store.
Tin: funeral services for the late
Hon. Mrs. C. II. Bishop will be held
at the residence, Emma street, to
morrow at half-past one o'clock, Rev.
II. II. Paikcr olllciating. No invita
tions have been issued for the occa
sion. Tm: P. M. S. S. City of Sydney
arrived shortly before 11 .o'clock
this morning 0 days 18 hours from
San Francisco. She brings two pas
sengers for this port, Mrs. Berry, wife
of Capt. Berry of the City of Pekin,
and Miss Berry, who is in delicate
.Mu. A. T. Baker's well known
trotting horse Joe Dake, and Mr.
Snm Parker's bay horse are matched
for a trotting race, mile heats, for a
purso of 8-100, to take place at Ka
piolani Park, Satuiday, November
With great thoughtfulncss, James
T. White had a gang of men at work
at the corner of Fort and Queen
streets yesterdny morning, and had
them scrape up the mud and make a
nice clean crossing. If he had not
done so, probably some one would
have jjot lost in the mud.
F. II. Oedixg, the cxpiessmnn,
has just removed to more commo
dious premises at 81 King street,
opposite his old stand, and is pre
pared to fill all orders entrusted to
him, promptly and at reasonable
rates. Ocding is to be relied on and
always gives satisfaction to his num
A Ciiinksi: laundryman on Mauna
kca street, after washing a largo
quantity of clothes on Tuesday,
hung them out to dry, leaving them
out all night. In the morning to
his horror he found they had dis
appeared, and ho has had nearly 850
to refund to his customers.
Yi:sti:kuay afternoon about four
o'clock, four Honolulu editors, all
colors of the rainbow, wero noticed
busily examining the cells for the new
Polico Station. They appeared to
be Guided by one who knew all
about the place. The reporter was
too late to find out what they were
up to. Just as ho got there a dis
persion took place, one of them re
marking that he must bo going, ho
had a few little bchool matters to
attend to. Another said ho had to
go and prepare his usual weekly
puzzle department, the third one
said it was nearly dinner lime, and
that meal couldn't afford to bo mist,
vfhile the fourth and last said he felt
so queer, he was afraid he f was
troubled with the glanders,' and
would have to go and gazette his
case. Their investigation may de
velop in course of lime. i
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Ciin:r Engineer Nott requests tho
several Companies of tho File De
partment to meet at tho Hall of
Mechanics' Engine Co. No. 2, on
Sunday, at 1 v. si. sharp, for the
purpose of attending the funcrnl of
the Hon. Mrs. C. It. Bishop.
Coui'oiul. Fassett, foreman of
Engine Co. No. 1, notifies the mem
bers of the company to be at the
engine house, at half-past twelve
o'clock on Sunday, for the purposo
of attending the funeral of the late
Hon. Mrs. Bishop.
Mechanics' Engine Co. No. 2 aro
ordered to meet in full uniform nt
their hall on Sunday at 1 o'clock, to
attend the funeral of the late Hon.
Tin: members of Pacific Hose Co.
arc requested to meet at their Hall
on Sunday at 12 noon, for the pur
pose of attending the funeral of the
late Hon. Mrs. C. It. Bishop.
Tin: members of the Hook and
Ladder Co. aro requested to meet at
their Hall on Suuday at 1 o'clock, to
attend the funeral of tho late Mrs.
Tun members of China Engine
Co. No. 5, aro to meet at their Hall
to-morrow at 12 noon, so as to attend
the funeral of the late Hon. Mrs.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Tho British Cabinet has not yet
sanctioned the advance of the Nile
expedition to Khartoum, and will
not consider .tho question until the
return of Lord Northbrook, High
Commissioner, from Egypt.
Tho French were defeated at Tam
sui, Oct. 15th, by strategy, the Chi
nese General Ling Ming Schuan,
having sent some of his soldiers dis
guised as coolies to assist the French
in building forts. Tho rest of the
soldiers formed an ambush near at
hand. At a given signal the French
were surprised and hemmed in by
the supposed coolies and soldiers in
ambush. The French were over
whelmed and rushed into tly) sea in
great confusion. They lost their
colors, and Admiral Lcspcs admits
that 100 of his men were killed.
Reports aro current in Paris that the
Chinese arc pushing their advance
into Tonquin nntl arc about to be
siege Hunghoa. A Hanoi despatch
of Oct. 24th says the remainder of
the Chincso troops havo been with
drawn from Chuhoa and their in
tienchmcnts there abandoned.
Caiiixet Photos S3 per doz, cards
SI per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for
incrlv A. A. Montano's. 821! tf
To the uninitiated the name Soda
Water conveys the idea of a cooling,
frothy, ilmng drink, into the com
position of which enters tho common
Baking Soda of our kitchens. This
is a mistaken idea. The water pro
per is, or bhould be, simply pure
filtered spring water, confined in
suitable vessels, into which is passed
carbonic acid gas until sulllcicnt
pressure is attained. This forms
the plain boda. In order to make
the drink to w liich we are accustom
ed, a sufllcicnt quantity of the vari
ously llavored syrups is measured
into tho glass and then
tho plain Soda AValcr turned in.
The purity and healthfulncss of this
drink depends wholly on the syrups.
Probably nine-tenths of all the
syrups, like raspberry, strawbeny,
lemon or pinc-nppie diawn from
soda fountains aro made by adding
artillcial fruit essences to a syrup
formed from white sugar and water.
The artillcial fruit essences aro pre
pared from various ethers known to
chemists, with the addition of color
ing matter to givo them semblance
to the fruit. It has been decided
by physicians that theso artillcial
fruit essences arc very detrimental
to the health. In order to bo able
to dispense absolutely pure bever
ages from tho magnificent apparatus
in their store, the enterprising firm
of Uenson, Smith & Co. have im
ported from New York a full line of
McKesion & Hobbiu,s pure fruit
juices, which nro simply tho un
diluted juico of the fruit or berry.
Tho flavor of syrups niado from
theso juices is incomparably superi
or to those prepared from artificial
essences, and aro also freo from the
objectionable and dangerous chonii
cals which theso contain. 85G 8t
y i i ? ,
FOR SALE. $
IOO I.-M.JI3T IIK.1I.
j And 12 inches in Diameter
i A.t tti Ground,
857 APPLY AT THIS OPFICL'. lw
.New Cufcli, lHS't.
In Fine Order, at Low Prices,
FOH SALE BY
ej. jp. .a.x.a.:ml"s,
850 Queen Btrcel. 3w
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom House "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 llouso Brokor
and General Business Agent.
During the next fifteen ilays, I will
give particular attention to tho
Collection of Quarterly Bills !
Jly commissions nrc moderate, ami
Business Men ami others ran be sure
that all matters intrusted to me will be
X'l-oiuptl- Attended to.
Onito In Campbell' Now Mock,
845 tf Hooin Xo. 7, Up-Stalrs.
Australian Cinei Ml
pon BA.r.js iiv
H. 5-Sackfeld & Co.
. CONTHA.CTOK & JSUILDEIt
Shop on Queen street, near Alakea.
AHLAL'K MAKE, one ear marked,
troiu II. llackfcld &s Co.'s etore.
The liuder will lies-ilmbly rewarded by
retaining i-amo to 1 1 aliow inentloiiul
AT THL ANNUAL MEETING OK i
THE Stockholders of tho l'acllle '
Navigation Co. held in Honolulu, the
2!)lli day of October, 1881, the following
ofllccrs were re-elected for tho term of ,
A. Frank Cooke President I
XV. L.Wilcox Ylee-i're.-ideut
I 11. Oat Secretaiy & Treasurer
II. Watcrltousu Auditor
Win. McCaiidlcsf Director
855 lw V. . OAT, Secretary
to Tin: i,aiii:n or iio.voi.umj
ItESSMAKEH. lmvinji lelurned1
has returned buslne.-s,
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Curled in
all t lie neweit tauiles.
Corner of KInfr and Iticburd Streets.
OFFICE TO liMT.
ONE SIDE of .1. E. Wiseman's beau,
tlful olllco to rent, with lino ofllce
furniture, chnndellcrd, consultation
room, use of telephone, Ac." To a Milt
able party reasonable terms will bu
given. Apply to
.). E. WISEMAN,
General limine Agent, Campbell's
8 15 tf Uluek, Meridian! A.
5i-V.Vi.it. .,,,,,., ...II.. 1 1
, r,, a J.nru'e ami uoinnioiuous
HaJl-T1 IIUUD11., UUIIIIUII iuuuicu,
K&a5SB newly papered mid painted,
l.nrgu yard, Btnblci, itc. Possession
given immedlalwly. For further par.
tieulars enquire ot
.INO. S. McGHEW,
815 Hotel str, bet. Fort and Alakea
A SMALL COTTAGE AT LELEO.
Apply to T. W.KAWLINS,
8111 if Boap Works
A SUIT Of FRONT ROOMS, nicely
furnished. Apply at No. 8 Kukiil
street. 770 tf
I70K GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
? to MltS.TUJtNEK, 83 Kinp Street,
nearly opposlto tho Windsor Restaurant,
090 ly li
JACINT1IO DO MONTE begs to noti
fy the public that he Is prepared to
undertake contracts for Well Poring,
cheaper than any ono else.
Portuguese Street, bnek of Queon'fl
Hospital. 850 tf
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St.,
The gsnaral public arc invited to iriva us a oall and inapuuU
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 Elegant
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children',
aud Infants' Show.
SS4 CJOHIST Ac CO.
New Holiday Goods
IN A FEW
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els.. Etc., Etc. 'Sgag;
Fimico AVii'oiind Staples, Kerosene Oil a .specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, I'lated Wai'e, &c., Sc.
Faily Cillers, - -
Kenuefly's Grean Biscuits, Balflwin Aples, Hauls
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Beef, Ocrmoa, Tinned Muslirooms,
Dutch Herrings in kegs, Cala Boiled Pickled Butter,
Anil u full Iim; oi" Frenli Staple ftrocerivN.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone Xo. 210. I. O. Uox 2U7. (702
(1. I). 1'ItKKTlI.
W. C WACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
K.'i Xiiiiiuiu Street.
HONOLULU, 11. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gonoral Commission Merohants,
OFFEU FOK SALL
At the Lowest Market Hates
a large and well selected Rtock of
the Cholcestjand moat Favorite
&c, &c, &c,
All Goods Guaranteed.
nnd orders tilled promptly.
Tolephono 40. 1 O. Ilox 300.
Etc. Elc. Clc.
KIl.NXI'.ur & C 0.)
- 67 & 69 Hotel St
ex S S Alameda,
Particular attention paid to Tourists'
Baggago, Parocls, Eto, Dolivorod in
any part of tho City promptly
and with caro.
Orders left at Haiumcr'H Harness .Shop
will receive prompt attention.
Telephone 202. .No. of Wagons 68 & tt).
DIRECT PROM MADEIRA,
l?er h. h. IJOKDJ3A.XJX
A splendid collection of IS carat gold &
Rllvcr jewelry of tho latest designs,
iSctjIcIncow -with LoelretN,
Chains, Studs, Dracclcts, Purses, Scarf
Pins, Crosses, Ear-rlngs, Thimbles,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Call ami examine this Superior Stock.
GONZALVES & CO.
NO. 57 HOTEL ST.
Itall Programmes !
NEW DESIGNS, Just received from'
San Francisco, at Tiik Daily Uoi