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TUESDAY, NOV. 1, 1881.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time fioni noon of lo-day, Oct. -1
Hun Scl i 22.
sun lttstjs is a,
.Moon Rises 7 7.
High Tide (small) A ;iu.
High Tide (laige) 17 00.
WINIl 4M H DUIII.lt
llucuul lrum noun of ycnterJay
A'tZffcl. H.ormou.ot,,, Ualn.
, in I mi I .-ill i sii I iii I mi ntu I8I1
I SII.IW I 30.1.1 I 80.11 1S I T.1S I 710 (I. Ml
SjWInil, N.N llfjlit; Sky, ltni;Srnf iimontli
Rainfall for Outubcr fi.07 Inehe at
l'uiuilioii. Look out for unusually, high
tide lo-iuonow morning at S o'clock.
Diamond Head, Oct. 3, 3 p..v
Light N. li. wind.,
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
KOlt SVK rilAM'IbC'O.
Marlpcua Leaves IInolulu, Nov. 15
Alameda.... Leaves Honolulu. Dec. 1st
KOK AUCKLAND AND HYDN'EV:
Stmr AuMr.illn Nov 20
KOH SAN KIIANCISCO.
Sttnr Zenlnndln Nov 2U
Stiiir Mokolil from Windward P01U
Sclir AValinalu from Koloa
S S Bordeaux, Phlllpot, for San Trail.
Stiiir 0 Jt Bishop for llamakuii
Stmr Klnau for Wlndwaid Poits
Schr Nettle Men 111 for Lahalua
Sehr Mnuuokawal for ICoolau
Schr Ehukal for AVnialua
Schr 3111c Mori is for Laiiai
Schr Wallele for Jlallko
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Stmr Mokolll for Windward I'oiN
VESSELS IN PORT.
II I O M's Frigate Pi In. Adalbert, Men
lug Steam bk Geo S Homer, Perry
Ship El Dorado, Humphries
Brig Tew era, La Guen
Bark Caibarlen. Hubbaid
Itgtuo Hazard, Tlerncy
Bark Ophelia, Moddrcl
Bark Nicholas Thayer, Crosby
Balk Yariina, Ingram
Bk l'aeillu Slope, Barnes
Bark Martha Davis, E M Benson
Bktuc W II Dlmoiid, Iloudlett
Bktne Ella, Howe
For Kahulul, per Llkcllko, Nov !! V
II Cornuell. lion S O "Wilder, 11 Coin
well, Mrs AVlddclleld, .1 B Gibson. It
Catton, W H Meyers, J White and 18
For Wlndwaid Ports, per W G Hall,
Nov 3 His Maicnty King Kalakaua, 0
boat's crew ami 0 servants, llev A V
King, P N Makee, Mr and Mrs U B
Makee and child. Bev .1 Alapai, D Hele
loa and wife. Miss W Turton, Mrs ICa
papa, Mrs G L Desha. Mrs ) Kcau and
child. Judge .1 G HoapllI and son. Miss
M Dowsctt, Don D II Nahlmi, W Dlx.
I; von Tempsky, Mrs AC Slnierson. .1
N ICaonoakalaiii and Mls C ICahaillo
pim. For Wlndwaid Ports, per Klnau, Nov
I Miss A Kveiett, Miss II Kala, Judge
MeCullv. Mr Damon and wife. Miss K
Klehaids, A Bosa, G W Pillpo, J L
Kaiilukoii, Gov Domliiis, J It Kenton,
Duval, Mis Wilcox, Kcaloha, Kahalku
puua and 2 ChiiicM! women.
The brig Tawara Is being examined
by Mr Soiensou. She will lnostllkcly
1)0 repaired and made seaworthy. Mr
Bowe has not decided what uo Fie will
mako of her but positively says she v, 111
not be broken up here.
The Paclllt! Slopo is taking in ballast.
Showiil sail on or about Filday next
for Burraul's Inlet.
The S S Bordeaux sailed this after
noon for San Frauclsco.
The sehr Sarah & Eliza sails this
evening for Koolau.
In this oily, October 3rd, the wlfo of
Thomas Wright, a Daughter.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tnr. Honolulu Rifles will linvc
their usual weekly drill this evening.
A vekt interesting ceremony is
down to take place on Thursday
Tub Planter leaves to-morrow at
5 o'clock on her first trip to Kauai,
taking the Iwalani's place.
Tin: S. S. Mariposa will be due
on Saturday morning from San
Francisco, vitli dates to the 1st inst.
A &TIUUT watcli must be kept ut
the Government Building to-morrow,
for, remember, it is the fifth of
Tun Chinese policeman, Akiona,
says he 1ms not been discharged, but
that lie resigned last week when
arrested for perjury.
A i..vuqi: number of the olllccra of
the Prinz Adalbert went over the
Pali this morning on horseback to
spend tho day at Wnimanalo.
In our list yesterday of tho de
visees of tho late Hon. Mrs. Bishop's
will, Kawaiabao schools should read
Kawaialmo Church, and St. Andrews
Priory should be St. Andrews Church.
Mu, Sftm barker's horecj which
Is mittchcd lo trot Joe Dako, on the
29tli, is immotl Consuclo. lie la ftnld
to trot in tho thirties.
Tin: rates of fnro from llouolitlu ,
to Watnnnu and Wnialun, by the
nli'timcr James Makee, are now S'2
for cabin and 8 1 for duck passage.
An adjourned meeting of the
stockholders of K. O. Hall & Son '
(limited) will be held to-morrow '
afternoon at 2 o'clock nt their olllce.
Tin: bark Bessie Alden will bo due
in a few days from Portland, Ore
gon, en route for Hongkong. She
will probably take n few Chinese
passengers from here.
Tin: Portuguese language is very
necessary on these islands. J. A.
M. Osorio gives notice that ho will
open a school for the purpose of
teaching that language.
Tin: fair in aid of the building
fund of St. Andrews' new cathedral
will lie held Tuesday, December
2nd. A large number of ladies are
busy preparing articles for this ob
ject. At a meeting of the Hook & Lad
der Co. last evening, after the usual
routine of business, a ballot was
opened for President of the United
States, and James G. Blaine was
the unanimous choice.
About 3 o'clock Sunday morn
ing, when everyone should have
been quietly sleeping, loud cries
were henrd in Nuimtui Valley just
above the second bridge. It was
some trouble among tho natives, and
woke up several families.
Tin: skating rink is increasing in
popularity. Ladies arc on the floor
every night, and skates arc almost
at a premium. A further supply of
skates will be due by next steamer,
and the new rink will be ready in
Somk of the handles for the kahi
lis carried on Sunday were very
handsome pieces of workmanship,
made of native wood. They were
turned by Mr. W. K. Horrid;, the
only man on these islands who can
do such work.
AViirri: stove pipe hats were very
common on the street this morning
and afternoon, showing that the
wearers were in sympathy with the
election of Blaine and Logan. The
tiles were a patriotic contribution
from Mr. Henry Wnterhouse.
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Mis. J. K. Wiseman offeis cot
tage for rent and furniture for sule
at If 1 Fort street. Also, the I'tiu
imi Dairy, 1,000 acres, ieaso 7 years
to run, the rent of which is SI, GOO
a year. There is plenty of stock,
etc., and the whole is offered for
In the Police Court yesterday
morning, JohuIInpa, an old offender,
was charged witli stealing a coat
from a Dutchman. He was found
guilty and sentenced to six months'
imprisonment. John asked His
Honor to make it live months, he
would bo satisfied with that time,
but His Honor declined to accede to
s Pilot Mclntyrc is to be com
mended for tho improvement bo has
mado in front of his residence in
Nuuanu Valley, by cleaning the
grass and weeds away from the side
walk and .road and making a ditch.
We also notice that Mr. J. O.
Carter, his next door neighbor, has
taken the hint and is following suit.
Others residing on that road might
follow these good examples.
W.M. Kahlbaum, an express driver,
violated tho rules last week, and
Judge Bickcrton told him if ho
offended again he should cancel his
license. William was arrested again
yesterday, and instead of appearing
forfeited bis bail, which, however,
did not suit His Honor, so the case
will como up again to-morrow, and
it looks as if William will have to
lose his license. Express drivers
should bo careful to'obcy tho rules.
In tho Polico Court this morning,
Hugh Morgnn aud Kcoki wore fined
80, and Napoliana sent to prison
for 15 days for drunkenness. Thos.
Kinlcy, for assault and battery, was
given C days at hard labor. Kualai,
a boy of 13 years, was committed to
the Reformatory School during his
minority. Alex. Lazarus, for vio-
i icnBtiVoT 'r-B-'fJirffi'tfrf.rtrr.r r-i'rrT fi.iw tt.i iTrm r r r -n" v. n n i i irin'T n " - T - -- t - - n r -- --- - - - - , 45m
lnllng cxprcm rtilo 3, wns rchinlulcd
until n witness, Mnry Howard, was
MoxsiKtnt Henri Fcer, French
Commissioner, visited the German
man-of-war tills morning and was
received with tho usual honors.
Tin: bark Dacca, with 271 Portu
guese immigrants for this port, left
Madeira September 27th, and will be
here about the latter end of January.
A nativi: woman found a good
brown coat near the cemetery in
Nuuanu Valley, tho latter end of last
week. It is at the Police station
awaiting on owner,
I . ....,.... ,..
Dr.. G. W. Parker lias been offered
the position of Govcrnmont physi
cian at Wnialun, in place of Dr.
Mouritz, who leaves for the leper
settlement nt Molokai this week. It is
quite likely that Dr. I'aikcr will
Mn. W. L. Wilcox, our well known
interpreter, and Mrs. Emma M.
Becklcy, curator of the Government
Library, have been awarded tho
contract for translating from English
into Hawaiian, the fourth volumo of
Hawaiian reports. This ensures the
work bciqg well done.
Tin: first cigar manufactory start
ed in Honolulu has recently moved
its quarters, and is now comfortably
settled in Campbell's Block occupy
ing the store No. 59 Fort street.
As is well-known, Mr. J. W. Hing
lcy is proprietor, and itwillbe known
hereafter as the " Pioneer Cigar
Factory." When once you buy a
cigar there j-ou will want to go
again. They arc first class and sold
at low figures.
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Tiinm: was a tremendous crowd
of people down at tho wharf yester
day to witness the departure of tho
new steamer W. G. Hall on her first
trip. His Majesty the King was a
passenger by her for Kona, and tool;
with him his racing boat and its
crew. They will return by her. As
the vessel left tho wharf salutes were
fired from the German man-of-war
and tite shore battery.
Fnojt the Ballarat, Australia,
Courier, we learn " thnt Ah Quong,
a leper living at tho Chinese mission,
lias entirely recovered from the
disease. It seems that a local
herbalist lias been treating him
during tiie past few weeks, and now
his skin is entirely healed. The sanio
cure is stated to have been tried with
success in India in cases where the
disease bad not made gicat progress,
and where the patient was young.
All Quong is in great spiiits, and
intimates his intention of going to
woik again at once."
A Giiiiat Baiiuain. The Alitor
House and J'Utnt for ijide. This old
and well established restaurant must
be sold immediately 011 account of
the" ill-health of the proprietor, and
the pressure of outside business.
The Astor House, which is centrally
located on Hotel street, near Fort,
is the best restaurant stand in Hono
lulu, and is now doing a good pay
ing business. Terms cash, no rea
sonable offer will bo refused. Ap
ply to R. W. GRANNIS, Proprietor.
A beautiful line of light shoes and
gaiters imported for the Madeira
Bazaar, arc now on exhibition at
Gonsalves & Co., 57 Hotel street.
Parties who have been waiting for
them should lose no time in calling.
Caihni:t Photos 83 per doz, cards
SI per doz at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort streets, for
merly A. A. Montnno's. 82C tf
PiCTinti: Frames of nil kinds made
to order, at prices within tho reach of
all, at King Bros. Try them. 850 3t
WILL SELL ICK AT
As Low Rates as
ANY OTHER COMPANY.
J. K. WILDER, Sup't.
1 853 lw
The Honoluln Ice Works Co
uo pioi-rr iik.mi.
And 12 inches in Diameter
j.t I he C rou tid.
a:,7 APPLY AT THIS OFFICE, lw
Boneless Goflflsli !
New CtUeli, IBS'1.
In Fine Order, at Low Prices,
I-'OU SALL' 1SY
&W Queen street. 2w
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom House Business prompt4
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
Qcnoral Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telephono 172 P. 0. Box 315-
J. A. PALMER,
Commission and Custom House Brokor
and Gcnoral Business Agent.
Hilling the next fifteen days, I will
give particular nttentlou to the
Collection of Quarterly Bills !
My commissions nro moderate, nnd
Business Men and others ran be sure
Hint all matters intrusted to me w ill be
Promptly Attended (.
Otllto In Campbell's New Block,
8J3 tf Itoom No. 7, Up-Stalrs.
Australian Canuetl Beef
i'on H.viia ltv
iackfeBd & Co.
KORGE LUCAS. Ja
Honolulu Steam Planing Mills, I'.sphi
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Ur.ickct, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes. Doors, and all kinds of Wood
work llnlsh. Turning, Scroll nnd Hand
SawiiiK. All kinds of Sawing anil PHn
111;, Morticing mid Tenanting.
Orders promptly attended to and woik
guaranteed. Orders from the other Ls
NOTICE OF ltEMOVAfT.
OKDINGS'S KXPIIBSS haa lemovcd
to No. 81 King sticet, directly op-pos-lto
the old htuml. All oidcrs prompt.
ly attended to nt reasonable rates. Tclc
phono No. 80. S-t7 lm
AT THK ANNUAL MEETING OF
Till) Stockholders or llio Pacltlc
Navigation Co. held In Honolulu, the
2UIU tiny of October, 1881, the following
olllccrs were re-elected for the term of
A. Frank Cooke President
W. L. Wilcox Vlce.i'roMdcut
F. U. Oat Secretary & Treasurer
II. Wntcrhoiibo Auditor
Win . McCnmllcss Director
855 lw V. U. OAT, Seerotnry
TO Till! I.AJli:S UK llOXOIiUI.W
DRESSMAKER, hnviiit,' returned'
has resumed business.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Curled in
all the newest bluidcs.
Corner of King and Hiclmrd Streets.
OFFICIO TO JLET.
ONE SIDE of J. E. Wiseman's bnui.
tlful office to rent, with lino olllce
furniture, cluiiiilelicrs, consultation
room, use of telephone, Ac. To a suit
able party reasonable terms will bo
given. Apply to
.1. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, CnnipbcllV
815 tf lllock, Merchant M.
A Largo and Commodious
HOUSE, centrally located,
newly papered Mid painted.
Large yard, stables, Ac. Possession
given immediately. For further par
ticulars emiulro ot
JNO. S. McGltEW.
815 Hotel str bet. Fort and Alnkea
SMALL COTTAGE AT LELEO.
Apply to T. AV. LAWLINS,
831 tf Soap Works
A SUIT OF FRONT ROOMS, nicely
furnished. ApnlyatNo. 8 Kukui
street. 770 tf
I?OR GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
J to MRS. TURNER. 62 King Street,
nearly opposite tho Windsor Restaurant,
OftO ly h
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Bank Building, Fort St:, t
The gonorai public aro invited to give us a call aud impact, f
at our opening, our new and select stock of Dry Goods, - .
Fancy Goods; Ladies', Children's, and Infant's Wear, . '
Alillincry, Clothing, Gents'
Trunks, Valises, House Furnishing Goods, and an Klegant
and complete stock of Ladies', Gent's, Misses', Children's,
aud Infants' Shoos.
t COHN Sc OO.
New Holiday Goods
LTCAN & CWS
On rX,liiii,!sd.iiy IVoxt.
rti tvi? t"S2TIj5&T55S,--- Vi -"
BILLIMGHAIE & Go.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Els., Elc. Etc. &:$,
";lteC - - 7
ja. , . .- . . vuMTOabcwm
. m ijgifcafitMMcaafc-X.Ji
rJWiv'.5'k. ' wpwa'
Fencu AVirenml Staples, Korosuno Oil si specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
Family Grocers, - -
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Beef, Qermoa, Tinned Mushrooms,
Dutch Herrings in kegs, Cala Rolled Pickled Butter,
And ii lull lint! of FrcHh Staple (itroccrii's.
Island Oidcrs solicited. Telephone No. 210. P. O. Uox 2U7. (702
o. u. fiii:utii.
W. C. l'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
ii'.l Niiiinmi Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gonorai Commission Merchants,
OFFER FOR SALE
At the liOUOHt niurkut ItiUcs
a lame nnd well selected stock of
the Cliolcestnnd most Favorite
All Goods Guarantood.
r.ud eiders filled promptly.
Telephone 40. P. O. Ilov SCO.
Furnishing Goods, Traveling
?Sz&f Etc.. Etc.. Elc.
- . .JSSSSSP
KUSNEDT & CO.)
- 67 & 69 Hotel St.
ex S S Alameda,
Particular attention paid to Tourists'
Baggage, Parcels, Etc, Delivered in
any part of tho City promptly
and with caro.
Orders left at Hummer's Harness Shop
will receive prompt attention.
Telephone 202.. No. of Wagons C8 & C!l.
DIRECT FROM MADEIRA,
Io- n. H. IIOKDJ2A.IJX
A splendid collection of 16 enrnt gold &
Kllver jewelry of the Litest designs,
XcolcluccH -vHh Joeltets,
Clinlns, Studs, llracelcts, Purses, Scarf
Pins, Crosses, Ear-ringn, Thimbles,
JEtcv, 33te., 12tc.
Call mid examine this Superior Stock.
CONZALVES & CO.
NO. 57 HOTEL ST.
Iftill Programmes !
NEW DESIGNS, jubt received from.
San Fraucibco, ut Tjitt DailyRui.
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