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WEDNESDAY, NOV. ii, 1881.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All timo from noon of to-day, Oct. ft
Sanitises 18 .
Moon Rises 8 8.
High Tide (snmll) 6 30.
High Tlilu (large) 18 00.
WIND 4NI WUATHI.ll
Kccotd from noon of jestc'tdny!
llaromcter Thermometer ltntn.
At neti i.o 01. ......
, Hi I till 22li l III I !li ISli lto ISM
I 30.09 I 30.13 I 3J.15 (IS 753 73 II 0. (XI
Wllut, X. light J Sliy, fluo; Son, umootli
Diamond Head, Oct 0.
Light N. E. wind.
0GEANI0 S. S. GO.
l'Oll HAN KltANCISCO.
Mariposa Leaves 11 'nnlulu, Nov
Alameda... .Leaves Honolulu
PACIFIC MAIL s7s. CO.
KOtl AUCKLAND AMI SYDNEY:
Stmr Australia Nov 29
KOK BAN KHAN CI SCO.
Stmr Z 'alimdlii , Nov 23
Sclir Hnloakala from Popeekco
Schr Walehti from Latipahoilioo
Sclir Kiiplolanl from Wnlaitao
Stmr Jus Makec from Kauai
Ilk Ophelia for Portland, Oregon
Ilk Miirtlui Davis for Hongkong
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Stmr Mokolll for Windward Ports
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sclir Walnialn for Koloa
Schr Kaplol.ini for Walanae
VESSELS IN PORT.
1I 1 G M's Frigato Prin. Adalbert. Mcn-
Steam bk Geo S Homer. Perry
Ship El Dorado, Humphries
Ilrlg Tewera, La Guen
HaiK Caiuarlen, Hubbard
Bgtuc Hazard, Tlcniey
Bark Nicholas Thayer, Crosby
Bark Varun.i, Ingram
Bk P.iclllo Slope, Barnes
Bktno W II Dlinoud, Iloudlett
Bktuc Ella, Howe
From Kauai, Walanae and Wulaliia,
per .las. Makec, Nov. 5 Mis Davlcs
aud about -13 deck.
For Portland, Or, per Ophelia, Nov 5
E A Clemens.
The schr Haleakal.t arrived this morn
ing from Pepeekco with no freight. She
will sail on Friday next.
The bk Ophelia sailed this morning for
The bk Cabiarlen will sail next week.
,The bktuu Ella has moved to Brewer's
wharf to load.
Schr Walmalu brought 1G0 bags of
rice and 50 bags of pla.
Tho bR Martha Davis sailed this after
noon for Hongkong, with no passengers.
The bktne V II Dlmond will sail on
Friday for San Francisco at 12 noon.
The Planter will take sonic new' ma
chinery this evening for Walmea Plan
tation. LOCAL & CEHERAL NEWS.
Guy Fawkes day.
A wedding to-morrow.
The band on the man-of-war
A man or boy is wanted, German
preferred. See adv.
Ax experienced man advertises for
a situation, to take care of horses,
G. Timoteo has been appointed
Second District Judge for Kau,
Tun rainfall dining the month of
October at Puliation amounted to
Fouit deserters from the bark
Martha Davis were parading the
Police Station yard this morning.
Gkokot. Fassctt was dying yester
day to got a white ping hat to (it
him, but they were all too small.
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Tin: Fat Boy wanted to vote for
Ben Butler yesterday, but they
wouldn't let him, as lie is a minor.
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The Court hft yesterday by tho
Kinou, for tho purpose of holding
tho November term at Wnlmcn,
Du. Vi:nu, who arrived by tho
Alameda, will assist in tho examina
tion of tho pupils attending the
Mn. 'ind Mis. Frank Damon left
yesterday by the Kinau, and will
visit the Chinese mission at Kohala,
St. Andrews Church, Iolani Col
lege, and St. Androws Priory have
each been left the sum of S2.000,
85,000 to Kawalahao church and
Su.OOO to Kawaialiao Family school
for girls, by the lute Hon. Mrs.
mooting, on account of it helng elec
II. F. Gliuie, Esq., acting German
Consul, visited tho German man-of-war
this morning, being received
with tho usual consular honors.
Tin: Honolulu Iron Works have
just completed tho new bollor for the
steamer Kilaucii lion, aud the one
for the steamer Likellko will soon ho
Tin: members of the Royal Hawa
iian Band will report on Saturday
for active duty. Their well knowu
strains .will bo soon hoard ut the
Jin. W. U. Parke, thirty-four
years Marshal of tlio Kingdom, has
opened an office over Bishop &
Co.'s bank, and will attend to any
business intrusted to his charge.
Fouit prisoners escaped from the
chain gang working at the quarry
top of Emma street yesterday. If
caught and tripped they will bo
marshalled back to the soporific
shades of the reef.
At tho coiner of Victoria and
Bcrctiinia Blrecls, a lamp post was
fixed a long time ago hi the wrong
place, much to tho annoyance and
convenience of residents. Yesterday
it was moved to its proper place, and
the residents and others are in a high
statu of salisfac ion.
It has been noticed that every
Sunday the American flag is hoisted
on the Hawaiian Hotel. Why, we
arc not ablo to say, but it looks as
if the Hawaiian flag should float
there, it being called the Hawaiian
Hotel, and Government property.
Perhaps Corporal Fassctt can ox
Tin: programme for the regatta,
November 17th, is nut, and contains
eighteen events, divided into two
paits. The amount given in prizes
will depend entirely upon tho amount
collected by the committee, which
consists of Messrs. C. P. Inn ken,
W. L. Wilcox, M. D. Monsarr.it. II.
Mossman and G.' Cavanagli. Notice
will bo given of the time and place
for making entries.
Tnnnu arc a largo number of per
sons in this city who would cat poi
if they were only sure it was quite
clean. "Wo recommend all such per
sons and others to try the machine
made poi, which can be obtained by
leaving orders with F. B. Oat, in A.
Frank Cooke's building, on Queen
street. It is clean and fresh, and
would make an old chief's mouth
Amongst those who wore white
Blaine stove pipe hats yesterday,
Consul McKinley was the happiest,
P. C. Jones, Jr., the handsomest,
Henry Watcrhouse and Alex. Cart
wright the longest, J. G. Spencer
the shortest, Joe Wiseman tho dandi
est, C. J. Deering the youngest, J.
W. Robertson the flsh-out-of-water,
Jerry Simonson and Jim Dodd tho
Tiiu polls at Wiseman's were kept
open yesterday until 5 :22 i. m. The
tellers then went to work and at a
few minutes before 7 o'clock tho
result was announced as follows:
Blaino and Logan, 421; Cleveland
and Hendricks, 1 15 ; Butler, ! ; St.
John, -1 ; Lockwood, 1 ; Toombs, 1 ;
Daniels. 1. Total votes cast, 5."i0.
A torchlight procession was formed
and marched to the Hotel headed by
the band, where several speeches
were made, and great enthusiasm
Br tho bark Martha Davis, tho
Oahu College received a magnificent
artist grand piano. It was mado by
tho firm of Henry Miller & Co.,
Boston, Mass., whoso lcputation is
almost world-wide. This line Instru
ment was used on Saturday evening
at the meeting of the Hawaiian Mis
sion Children's Society. Although
it was over four months on tho way
from Boston, most cf tho timo on
the ocean, when opened hero it was
in perfect tunc.
In the Supremo Court yesterday
before Chief Justico Judd, Capt. II.
Tiorney, of tho brig Hazard, was
examined on tho following charge:
that upon tho high seas about the
latter part of September, 1883, ho
was guilty of tho offenco of kidnap
ping und maliciously imprisoning
tho Island of Squally. Capt. Tiorney
was hold over on tho. charge until
the January term, bail being Oxert
13i:koiik Judge Bickertoii this
morning, 1). Ilollowny, for assault
and battery on E. Doyle in the
Keystone Saloon, was fined S5 and
costs. Mike McCarty, for diunkon
ncss in the Cosmopolitan Saloon,
was fined 810 and costs. Two other
drunks had to pay 80. W. Kalh
bniim, for violating express rules,
was fined 85 and had his license
cancelled. Hop Sing, for violating
a section of tho Penal Code by hav
ing a nuisance in his yard, was fined
82 and ordered to attend to the in
stt notions of the Board of Health.
CiiAitr-ES Johanscn, reported in
our issue of Oct. 22nd as having
been committed to the Insane Asy
lum, was, we arc informed, not sent
to that institution. His disorder
was not mental, but u case of partial
paralysis from rheumatism, and the
certificate of the medical examiner
given to a relative only authorized
his being brought before the police
justice in case he becamo worse. "We
arc glad to learn that the patient is
recovering under private cure. Our
information was gathered from the
police records, but it appeais the
commitment there entered was not
found ncccsnry to bo executed.
The Guide disdains to followthe
beaten paths of knowledge, loving
the devious ways accidentally dis
covered by its own number twelve
brogans. In an account of Mr. and
Mrs. Dimoud's golden weddirg, it
says November 3rd was their "11
tecnth" wedding anniversary, and
afterward says they " wee married
in New York city, Nov. 3, 1834, and
at the same time that Mr. and Mrs.
E. O. Hull were married." Thot-c
who follow the guidance of th s daily
dodger will be perphxed to know
when the golden wedding period
dwindled to fifteen years, and again
to know how fifteen years can I c
spread over tho time elapsed since
Nov. 3rd, 1831.
To be conscious of a failing is
half-way to its removal. If wo bin
let the failures of tho past teach us
how to avoid them in the future, they
will not have- been without their
A Gueat Bahoain. The Alitor
Jlounn and Plant for Sale. This old
and well established restaurant must
be sold immediately on account of
tho 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 be refused. Ap
ply to R. W. GRANNIS, Proprietor.
Wji. Oliphant, butcher, late of
the City Market, has opened the
Hotel Street Market. 8G1 lw
A beautiful line of light shoes and
gaiters imported for the Madeira
Bazaar, are now on exhibition at
Gonsalves it Co., 57 Hotel street.
Parties who have been waiting for
them should loso ho timo in calling.
Caiiikct Pholos 3 per doz, cards
31 per do, at Sun Pearl Gallery,
corner of King aud Fort streets, for
merly A. A. Montano's. 820 If
Ficfuiu: Frames of nil kinds made
to older, at prices within the reach of
nil, at King Bros. Try them. 85C 3t
WILL SLLL ICE AT
As Low Rates as
ANY OTHER COMPANY.
J. K. WILDER, S'jp't.
16 J lw
Tnrj HonolnlB Ice Works Cd
ioo jMarvr high.
And 12 inches in Diameter
A.1 the Ground.
8V; APPLY AT THIS OFFICE, lw
jSevr Catch, 183d.
In Fine Order, at Low Prices,
FOB SALE BY
33. 3?. .JO-A-TMCS,
80 Queen strict. 2w
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom House Business prompt
ly, carofully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, merchant St.
Telephone 172 P. 0. Box 315.
J. A. PALMER,
Commission and Custom llouso Broker
and General Business Agent.
Dating the next fifleen days, I wil.
$ho pjrticulir attention to tho
Collection of Quarterly Bills !
My ooinniilois aio moderate, and
.lubiiHSi Mci aud other cm he un
hat all matieis ii.trus ml to me II. I e
Promptly A.ttquiled to.
Illic lu C'.impbi l.'s Now UIp1c,
ilO if Kooni No. 7 U.-Sttil'S.
Australian C11M Use:
H. Mackfeld & Go.
flF.ORGE LUCAS, Av. n
UT Contractor JM$
Honolulu Slcnm I'laniui; Mills, ICspla
.Manufactures all kinds' of Mouldings,
Bracket, Wludow Frames, lllluds,
Sashes. Doors, and all kinds of Wood
work ilulf.li. Turning, Scroll and Banc
Sawing All kinds of Sawing and I'hn
m;, Morticing and Tcnuntlnj;.
Orders promptly attended to and woik
guaranteed. Orders from tho other la
NOTICE OP REMOVAL.
Ol DINGS'S EXP.iESS has removed
to Mo 81 lCing Biuel, directly op
posite the old ntand. All ordeis prompt
ly attended to at reasonable ratis. Tele-
phone No. 80.
8.1? 1 m
A T THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
l. 'I Hi: Stockholders of tho Pncilk
Niivlcailoa Co. held In Honolulu, th
:0ih day of October, 1881, thu follnwiiiL
ulllccrs wens r -clouted for the teim of
. Fiauk Cooke President
V. L.Wilcox Vice, te-ldeiil
V. Ii. Oat Secretary & Treasurer
II Waterhiiuso Audlloi
Win. McCunrilu - Dlrctot
s.'iS lw 1 H. OAT M-creiary
to tiii: i.aiii:s or iioxoi.jji.ii
ItESSMAIvhlt. having returned'
has io u iu ci I business.
Feathers Ciciiud, Died nmi Curled lu
all the nowist rtindes.
Ouno of Kill ' and tch ir 1 Sltecth.
OFFICE TO liKT.
ONB SIDB of J. B. Wiseman's beau,
tlfnl olllcc to rent, with line olllce
furniture, chandeliers, consultation
room, uo of telephone, Ac To a stilt
ahlu parly reasonable terms will be
given. Apply to
.1. E. WIS B.MAN,
General Business Au,ont, C.imphell's
815 II' Mock, Merchant si
r ft a l.tiruc aim i.oniiuouioub
k I OUSK, centrally locatul.
02 i uwlv imncrcd sad painted
Lirye yard, stables, Ac. Posse ilon
given finmi'dhitely. For fin liter par
.UNO P. McGliEW,
HI 'i Hot 'I Mr., bet. Foit and Al ikeu
T ) LET.
t SMAM COTTAOE AT I.ELKO.
AoilvtoT. W. LAWL1NS.
A SUIT OK FHOXTR005IS, nicely
furnished. Apply at No. a Kukul
street. 77(1 tf
170K GBXriiBMKN ONLY. Apply
J: toMKS.'J'aUNEIt 83 Kin.- Street,
noirly oppoitto the Wlulsor Itastiiuraut,
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Bank
The general public are 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.
. COHN s CO'.
New Holiday Goods
LYCAN & GO'S
On TliiE.istla.y .Next.
C??L"TTn!r'"7" " "'
DILLINGHAM & Go,
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implement
Ets., Etc., Etc.
Fence "Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a .specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
UFamily Grocers, - -
w .-.wwwww.in. nmm
L EW IS
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Beef, Gormen, Tinned Mushrooms,
Dutch Herrings in koge, Cala Rolled Pickled Enttei,
And u lull line of Frcnh Staple 'rocerios.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 2-10. P. O. Ilox Si-7. (70
O. U. F1IK1.TII.
W. C WA 01 K
Freeth & Peacock,
2'.l uiiaiiii Street.
1I0N0I.UI.IT, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Gonoral Commission Merohants,
OFFEIt ron PALE
At the I.owcHt ninikct ltntu
n larjio nnd well telected stock of
Hi .Choicest i ml most Favorlto
J muds of
S.C., &c, Ac,
All Goods Guarantocd.
nnd oulera Illlcd promptly.
P. 0. llox SCO
Building, Fort St.,
Etc., Etc., El:
ITT - -t.fi.O'
kk.nkruv & co.)
- 67 & 69 Hotel ii
ex S S Alamcdn,
I JJU1U II 111 illJlUUj
Piir.kulnr attenflon paid
Baggzg?, Parcels, Eto, Delivered in
any part of the City promptly
and with care.
Oider-i loft a Hammer's Harness S op
will iccclvc pionipt ulU'iillon.
.No of Wagons C8& 13.
JUST RECEBVED J
DIIJJCT FROM MADEIRA,
Per h. h. JiOUDJSAI It
A tpleudld collection of 18 curat co' I &
slhor jcueliyof Iho lattst deslgt i,
INeelcliiceH -with Loclfi i&,
Chains, Htudf, Rrnrelets, Punes, S ;.rf
Pins, Crosse?, Ear-rings, Thlmbli ,
Ktc, J2U;., Jute.
Call nod cxamlno this Superior Et -k.
GONZALVES & CD.
SIJ NO. B7 HOTEL ST. 1m
"VfEW DESIGNS, ut received f "Jn
L Sim Kranolfico, at Tiik D,n,r. '
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