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SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time ft (tin noon of to-day, Oct. !l
Him Sets Ti 2.1.
Sun JtNus 18 .".
Moon Hcti 0 10.
High Tide (mimll) 1 OU.
Jllgli Tlilo fl-iigo; 1(1 00.
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. Wind, :i.,1!5ht; Sky, fino; Son, smooth
, Diamond Head. Oct 3, 3 p.M
'Light N. E. Wind.
'"OCEANIC S.S. CO.
FOR SAX PnASCISCO.
Miirlposa Leaves HndluUi, Nov. 15
Altimedn.. .Lenvc3 Honolulu. Dec. 1st
roit AOCKLAXD AD tlDSr.V:
Stinr Australia Xo2'J
Strnr Zenlundlu Nov 23
Xo ember 1
II I G H's Trlgntu Prinz Adalbctt fiom
Suhr Kawallani from ICoolau
Stmr C R Bishop from llniuakua
Stmr Iwnlaul from Kauai
Schr Xettlo Men 111 fiom Lahalna
Schr Ehuknl from Wnlahia
Schr Manuokavtnl from Koolau
Stmr W G Hall for Windward Poits
Stmr Likcllko for Knhulul
SchrXenhl for Koholalclo
Schr Wnloll for Hllo
Schr Rob Hoy for Koolau
Stmr Lehua for Windward Poits
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr C R Bishop for Hamakua
Stmr KInnu for Windward Ports
Schr Xettlo Men 111 for Lahalna
Schr Manuokawal for Koolan
Schr Ehuknl for Walalua
Schr Mile Morris for Lanai
Schr Wailele for Mallko
nil tmrmt mm
VESSELS IN PORT.
H I G M's Frigate Prln7 Adalbei t. Men-
S S Bordeaux, Plillipot
Steam bk Geo S Homer. Pony
Ship El Doiado, Humphries
Brig Tcwera, Lu Gucn
Bark Calbarlen, Hubbard
Bjjtue Hazard, Tlcrnoy
Bark Ophelia, Moddrcl
Bark Nicholas Thayer, Crosby
Bark Vnruna, Ingram
Bk Pacific Slope, Barnes
Bark Martha Davis, E M Benson
Bktuo W H DImond, Houdlett
Bktnc Ella, Howe
Prom Kauai, per Iwalanl, Nov 2 His
Ex J M Knpena and lady and 6 servants,
Mies Lelhulu Knpena, His Ex Gov P P
ICanon and lady, Mis M K Knpena, J W
Alapal and wife, Miss Sophie Sheldon,
Miss Lily Richards, Mu Campbell, Chas
Gay, Mrs P Peteia and son, J H Maboc,
Schr Kuw allani brought ZOO bagj of
Schr Ehukal biought 155 bugs of
sugar and C92 bags of paddy.
Schr Manuokanal brought 000 bags
Stmr Llkelike ulls this oenlng at 5
Bk Hope- from Port Townsend for this
port Is 29 days out to-day.
The AVH DImond has llnished dis
charging. She will sail this week.
The Planter will sail for Kauai on
Wednesday next at u p m.
Stmr C K Bishop biought 180 bags of
sugar, 40 hides and 20 head of cattle.
Shu sails to-morrow on her usual route.
Stmr Iwalanl brought 543 bags of
sugar. 114 hides, 12 bags of rice and 10
bags of fish. She will be laid up for a
while to have her machinery cleaned.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The French S. S. Boulenux. will
sail on Wednesday for San Fian
His Ex. John M. Knpena return
ed fiom Kntmi yesterday by the
There ha3 been abundance of rain
on the Island of Kauai during the
The sallois from the German man-of-war
enlivened our stieets this
Mn. J. G-. Swan has been appointed
Hawaiian Consul at Port Townsend,
Pictdue Fi nines of all kinds made
to oi der, at prices within the reach of
all, at King Bios. Try them. 845 3t
Marshal Sopcr has dischaiged tlio
policeman Akionn, who struck a
Chinaman the other day, from the
Asyoxb might known that the
Supremo Court has been adjourned,
as officer Folhbehr has discarded his
The schooner Eva left San Finn
clsco October 2 lnt for this port, with
n cm go valued at $14,105. She has
on bnaid SG hoibcs, 8 mules and 10
IteociAtt monthly mooting of Ha
waiian Loclgo No. 21. Visiting
Brother? rot (Dally invited.
Si.vkx drunks in the Police Court
this morning netted S 12. And yet
Dan O'Connoll says you never 'cc n
drunken man on the streets.
At noon to-day I lie Captain and
ollleers of II. I. (J. M.'s Prinz Adal
bert were presented to His Majesty
the King by II. l- Glade, Esq., Act
ing Geiumti Consul.
The new missionary steamer
Morning Star sailed from Boston
for Honolulu, October 22nd, and
ntny bo looked for the latter end of
At the close of the service at St.
Andiews Cathedral last evening,
Handel's Dead March in Saul was
played on the oigan, out of respect
to the memory of the late Hon. Mis.
C. R. Bishop.
hi the Police Couit this morning,
Akioha, the discharged police officer,
was committed for trial to the next
tcim of the Supreme Court on a
chnige of perjury. Mr. Russell ap
peared for him.
The Hawaiian schooner Mnlolo,
fiom Farming's Island to San Fran
cisco, which touched at Lnupahoehoo
October flth, was entering San
Francisco on the 25th of October,
as the City of Sydney came out.
A Chinaman, who diiver expicss
No. l'Jo, nearly run over several
boys on Sunday at noon, on Bore
tania stieet, and because they did
not get out of his way fast enough,
lie took his whip nnd struck at
them. That man has no business
whatever to be in possession of a
Some young native boys weie on
our streets on Satuiday, offering six
pheasants Cor sale, four of them
being lien chicks. They looked as
if the' had been shot with a gun,
which is, we believe, contrary to
law, and attended with a One for
Evuiw American male over the
age of 21 years will be entitled to
vote to-morrow, and no one else, so
says Joe Wiseman. His office will be
open ftom 7 to 5 for polling votes. It
will be beautifully decorated for the
occasion, and Joe will bo glad to see
all his many fiiends.
Satukuat was a veiy busy day at the
Post-Office. Fiist came the mail by
the Likelike, thru the Kinau's, fol
lowed by u laigo mail fiom S.in
Francisco by the City of Sidney,
and of course a mail had to be for
warded by her to the Colonies.
Tlieie was also the mail bent by the
Alumeda, which consisted of 39C5
letters and 101C papers. That Is not
a bad day's work after all.
i Qi i
Siioktlt after 12 o'clock to-day,
J. G. Lewis, well known hcie as an
old shipping master, went into the
office of J. E. Wiseman to converse
with that gentleman on a matter of
business. All at onco he gave a
ga3p and fell to the ground. Dr.
Mm tin was sent for but pronounced
him dead when ho arrived. The
body was taken to the Police Station
on a stretcher. The deceased was
born here, is about 50 yeais of age,
and was at one time very wealthy.
THE NOVEMBER MONTHLY. '
In very good time, the Hawaiian
Monthly for November hns appeared.
Its main editorial matter, occupying
three pages, is devoted to a discus
sion of the future of the country,
following up Airs. Bishop's articlo
in the previous number nnd news
paper commentary thereupon. While
falling in with the idea that the days
of the monnrchy are numbered, the
editor would not liko to have the
change come suddenly or violently,
for very good reasons. Whether
it shall do so or not he believes de
pends chiefly upon the management
of nffairs by the present rulers.
He deprecates strongly, as all wise
men do, tho rapid running of tho
nation into debt, which has charac
terized tho present administration,
and is appiehensive of matters be
coming worso instead of better in
that respect. Tho closing paragraph
reads as follows: "It rests mainly
with tho native Ilawaiians, particu
larly those in positions of power and
influence, to decide how long tho
native monarchy-shall last; whether
it shall live out the full measure of
tbo yoars which In the nattiro of
things are po9iiblo for It, or wliethe"
it shall come to a premature, a
disastrous and sfn ignominious
end. It is a matter in which i
they arc in some respects more
deeply inteicstcd than anyone else.
In a peculiar sense this is their
country, their go eminent and their
king. We would that they might
rise to the level of their opportunity
nnd act with that patiiotism and
good sense which would insure the
best results, not only for themselves,
but for all dwellers within their
borders. Whether they will prove
equal to the emergency, the imme
diate future will determine.
Mr. Scott, Piincipnl of tho Foit
Stieet School, contributes anniticlo
on "Education in Japan," covering
four pages and a half. It is intensely
interesting, giving a clear insight
into Japanese chaiacter and pio
grcss. Tho author's past lesidcnce
In Japan enables him to speak fiom
his own knowledge, while his literary
talent yields n very lcndable produc
tion. Any tiustwoithy information
regarding the Japanese will be ac
ceptable to nil classes of our reading
public, in view of the large accessions
of that reraaikable people expected
shoitly to the population of this
Mrs. Wymnn's story, "Madeline,"
is carried forward to the twenty-fast
Mr. Arthur Johnstone pioduccs a
meritorious sonnet, sustaining the
magazine's credit for good original
" Dr. Koch on Choleia and the
Comma Bacillus," gives the evidence
upon which the famous German doc
tor concludes that "the comma ba
cilli arc the cause of cholera." This
minute vegetable growth, ho holds,
originated in the swampy soil of
Southern Bengal, and, although it is
promoted by animal and vegetable
substance in stagnant water, its ap
peal auce in any new place must be
lef erred to impoitation from a cho-leia-infectcd
spot. Several instances
are given, where outbreaks of cho
leia, at first supposed to be of local
oiigiu, pioved to hne been caused
by infection from abroad. The re
duction of cholera in Calcutta by
the intioduction of a puie water
supply Is a suggestive fact brought
out in the article.
The other departments " Edito
rial Comment," "Fnshions," etc.
arc up to the usual ci editable
For the month of October, 1881:
Undu 1 viar"
From 1 to ii . .
P.-om 5 to 10.
From 20 to 80
From 40 to CO...
From CO to CO .
From CO to 70...
Other nations 2
CACSH OP DEATH
Consumption .... 2
Disease ot Ilenrt -1
yis'sooi spieen i
.i . r. -
Fever Typhoid.. 1
Old Age 2
Number unattended 13
COVrAKATIVE MOXTIILT MORTALITY:
Oct 1878 47
Oct 1879 52
Oct 1SS0 CI
Oct 1681 40
Oct 1832 54
Oct 1883 51
SICKNESS IK THE SCHOOLS.
Schools. Xo. of Scholars.
Fort Street 173
St. Alban's Co!. 5'J
St. Louis' Col. 299
J. H. Bkow.n',
Agent Bonrd"bf Health
Cadinct Photos 83 per doz, cauls
SI per doz at Sun Pcnil Gallery,
I corner of King and Fort streets, for
merly A. A. aiontnno's. 826 tf
As Low Rates as
ANY OTHER COMPANY.
J. K. WILDER, Sup't.
; The Honoluln Ice Works Co i
I WILL SELL ICE AT I
mo r'jsirx" men,
And 12 inches in Diameter
u.t tlio Ground.
8VJ APPLY AT TIMS f TKirE. 1
No-vr Cnth, 1884.
In Fino Order, at Low Prices,
FOR SALE BY
810 Queen btrtot 2v
Books and Accounts and CuS
torn House Business prompt
ly, carofully and acouratoly
J. E. WISEMAN,
Qenorol Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telephone 172 P. O.Box 315.
J. A. PALMER,
Comm'siion and Custom llouso Broker
and General Business Agent.
Durlrp the next fifteen days, I will
give particular attention to the
Collection of Quarterly Bills I
Mv commissions are moderate, and
Business Men mid othcu can be -uiu
that all matters intrusted to mo will le
Promptly A.ttouclcl to.
OlHte In Campbell's New Block,
843 If Room N'o. 7, Up-Stalre.
rOR &A.UT2 BY
; Ho Hackfeld & Co,
! 853 lv
. CO.VMACTOlt &BUILDEK
i Shop on Queen street, neai Alakeu.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
OUIXGS EXPRESS 1ms rumoud
to 2io til King street, directly op
podto the old -.tanil. All orders promiit.
Iv nttonded to at reaouabIu rates Tck-
phone No. 80. 8V7 lin
ANNUAL MEETING OF
Stockholders of the Pacific
A T THE
Navicntlon Co. held In Honolulu, tho
29th day of October, 183-1, the Iollu lag
billet rs were r
elected lor trio term ot
i A TCrnnlr fm-Yti . Ofiiel rlntit
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1, U TV IIUU. T 1W.'' i vriuvub
F. B. Oat Secretaiy & Treasure
II Watcrhousc Auditor
Win. McCandlcs Director
855 lw V. II. OAT, Secretary
TO THi: LADIlM OT IIOXOLCLC
DUESSSlAIvIK. luting returned'
has roiunu'u b i Inuss.
FeathcH C.oauul, D. cd imd Ourkd in
all thu lun.st uaics.
Corner of Kin: and i lcli irJ Streets.
OFFICE TO LET.
ONE SIDE of J. E. Wiseman's beau,
tlful olllco to rent, with line otllco
furniture, cliandclur.-". coiHiiltntlon
room, ute of telephone, &o To a suit
able piny reasonable torms will be
given. Apply lo
J. E. WISEMAN.
Gonural Business Agent, Campbell's
810 if Block, Muchunt ft
A Lnrso nnd Commodious
HOUSE, centrally locutid,
nettlv papered stid painted
Larjze yard, stublcs, fcc. Possession
glvtn immediately. For further par-
JvU S. MCUKLitt,
81C notel nr bet. Foit and AhUea
A SMALL COTTAGE AT LELEO.
Apply to T. W. LAWLINS,
jjbl tf Soap Works
A SUIT OF FRONT ROOMS, nicely
furnished. Apply ut Xo. 8 Kukui
street. 770 tf
I?OR OEXTLEMEN OXLY. Applr
? fj MRS. TURNER &2Klnj?Sncut,
nearly opposlto the Windsor Restaurant,
oro ly b
JAOINVHO DO JIOXTi: bogs to noti
fy tlio public that ho Is p quired to
umlurliiku cotituicts for Wull Jturlny,
ch Mipor i hii'i itny one oNc
I'oi'IiiHuCSj atr'ct, back of Queens
Hospital. bJU tf
Grand and Successful Opening
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Opposite the New Bank Building. Fort St.,
Tho gonoral public aro invited to give us a call and inspeot,
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's,
and Infants' Shoes.
S3. COEC1S" .Sc CO.
New Holiday Goods
IN A FEW
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Fence "Wire uml Staples, Koroscitc Oil a specially.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing: Goods, Plated Ware, &e., &c.
Family Grocers, - -
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Baef, Gormoa, Tinned Mnshrocms,
Dutch HorriLgi ia kof, Cala Eollel P cklel Etttter,
And a full lino of I'renh Stniilc Groccrlcf.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone Xo. 240. P. O. Ho t! 7. (702
o- u. FlinLTII.
W. C. TEACOC K
Freeth & Peacock,
S3 Xnnanti Street.
nOSOLCI-U, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Qonoral Commission Morohants,
OFFER FOR SALE
At tli u 'Lowest Mnikct Etntes
n large nnd well selected stock of
the Choicest mil most rmorltc
All Goods Guarantood.
nnd owlets filled piomptly.
Etc., Elc, Elo.
KENNEDY A CO.)
- 67 & 69 Hotel St
ex S S Almueda,
Baggaga, Parcols, Eto, Dolivorod in
any part of tho City promptly
nnd with caro.
Orders left at Hammer's Hnrness Shop
will receive prompt attention.
Xo. of Wagons C8 &. CP.
DIRECT FROM MADEIRA,
For m. h. BORDEAUX
A splendid collection of 16 carat tjold &
slhcr jewelry of tho latest designs,
IVoolcluccN vltli Loclccts,
Chnlns, Studs, Brncelcts, Purses, Scarf
Pins, Crosses, Ear-rlugs, Thimbles,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Call and examine this Superior Stock.
GONZALVES & CO.
81) NO. fi7 HOTEL ST. lm
Itull ProcriiiuiiicN I
VTEW DESIOXS, Just received from
L San Francitco. at Tiik Daily Uol.