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SATt'UDAY, NOV. 8, 1881.
SUM, MOON AND SEA.
All Mini1 from noon of to-day. Nov. 8
Sun Sol . 20.
Snti Jtlos 18 8.
Moon Jtlsw ; 1111.
High Tide (small) !) 00.
High Tldo (large; 'Jl HO.
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I m,m 1 ao.ii il -'.is 7,-,o 7.i s o.ou
Wind, X.ij. HitlUi Msj'i llnu; Son, xtnoutlt.
Diumnnrt Head, Xov. 8, 'i ii.ji
Light X. K. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
I'Olt HS KIIANClt-OO.
Miuipna LcivcsHunnliilti, Xov. 15
Alameda.... Leaves Ilonoliilu. Dec. 1st
pacTfic mails? sTco.
KOlt AUCKLAND AM) SVDNllV:
Stmr Australia Nov 20
rou sn riiANcmco.
Stmr .calumUa Nov 2a
S S Maripoa from San Francisco
Stmr Klimu from Wlndwardl'mls,
Stmr Likcliko from Kahului
Sehr Maua from llonoimi
Schr Jtob Jtoy from Kooluu
.Schr Kawulliinl from Koolau
'Porn Kva from San FraucUcn via Mtilin
Ilk 1'nelllc Slope for Victoria, It C
Hehr AValehu forllllo
II 1 G 3P.s I'rin. Adalbert for Callao
Itktnu AV Jl Dimoml for San Francisco
Bark Vanilla, Ingram, for J'oitkiud, Or
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Stmr T.ikcllkc for Kahnlul
Schr Kekauliiohl for Hanalci
Schr Maua for llonomn
, Sohr ICawallnnl for Koolau
' Sehrlanunkawal for Koolau
Schr o1) Jtoy for Koolau
VESSELS IN PORT.
II I fi 3Pu Frigate I'rlnz Adalbert. Mon-
Steam lk Geo S Ilomcr. Perry
Ship El Dorado, Humphries
Jlrlfj Tawara. La Gucn
Jiark Calbarieu. Ilubliaril
Jtgtno Hazard, Tierney
Hark Nicholas Thaye.r, Cro-liv
Jtktne AV Jl Dimoml, lloudlett
Hark Alililu Carver, Pcmllctou
Hark Caudaur, Offeien
S S Jlaripo-a. Ilayward
From Kahnlul, per Likcllke, Nov 8
.1 Shaw and eNter, XV G Ashlev, K
Norrie, M M Taylor and wlfe,.l I) Mar
lln, Kealcpl. MNs 0 Victor, XV V John
son, J B Gibson, Father Gulsten. C
Meyers and wife and -I Chinese.
From San Francisco, per S S Mari
posa, Nov 8 XV 11 IMee and wife, lion
Paul Neumann, Jt Lehman, wife and
-on, Mr .1 II Smith, .Mrs J Jl Marsh.
MU-, A Slxon. Capt A XV I'ierce and
wife. CXV Hathaway, XV XV Adams, .T
M Horner, Waller Evans, 11 II Graham,
Miss Finklcr. 'Plus Sisters I'aola, Carlot
ta,.ludltli. Aim-ii. I.eller ami Albee. K
A Jones. Mrs V (' I.owerv, Mrs A Otto,
Mm XV Love. P l'yat.Mi.sK 'P'Pee. A
(5 Kill-,. L Ni'i-su, Dr .1 Wight. Mr-.
AViglit, Miss K Wight. MUs (J Wight
and MUs F Wight ami 05 In Mcerage.
From Windward Ports per Kiiiau,
Xov. 8. His Maje-ty King Kalakaua.
II Jt II Princess Poomalkalani, Hon S
G Wilder. V V A-hford, K G llltch
eock, 111 Hughe-., G 1) Freeth, S K Ka
hili, O V Aloua, G 1 Deauon, Lo Sain
Sing, A G Iturchardt, .1 L Jllaixlell, XV
It Laiirance. S P Wahliienui and wife.
Mis XV P Lumahelhol, Miss Julia, Mrs
M Lewai and child, Mrs Newton, A
Sinclair, F S Dunn, wife and .1 children.
J D Strong, wife, child and maid, and
Schr Kawailanl brought 000 bags of
Tho i-chr Kcllpe s-alls to-day from
Kahnlul for Eureka.
ThaVariiua. sailed this afternoon for
The Hazard will go on the. Murine
Kallway to llnlsli caulking and copper
ing. Tho Klnau brought SS!) bags eugar, -10
head cattle, 15 calves, lO.hogs, I hmo
anil i;ii pugs sundries.
Thu palling of tho Ida Sehnauer at
Kahului was postponed until to-day on
account of northerlv wind.
Thu bgtne .1 D Spreckels, Capt Fills,
arrived at Kahului on Monday hint, III
days from San Francl-eo with a general
'Hie XV U Dimoml Milled this after
noon for San Francisco with 2351 bags
Mignr, 1100 bags rice, 100 hhls inolases
and 50 hhds lindanes. Value 91l),'J70.52.
Capt Ilrownell claims that tho hchr
Nettle Merrill made tho fastest time
Mer made by any of tlio Island schooners
going from Honolulu to Lahalua ami
letiiru hi ill) hourri. Ho has cieated con
siderable envy among thu captains of
the schooners and It is said that thu
next time thu Haleakala and thu Nettle
Merrill sail together thu thnu of the lat
ter will bo taken by thu former.
In San Francisco, Oct. 2Sth, at thu
resldcnco of the brlduVs mother, by tho
Huv. A. L. Stone, assisted by tho Bov.
YV. Frear, K. O. White of Honolulu and
F.lla L. Street of San Fraucls-eo.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Dan. Lyons didn't arrive by tho
Six Sisters of Jlcrcy arrived by
ArroitNiiv-Gcncral Neumann re
turned by tho Mariposa.
Wr. return our thanks to Purser
Guard for n lato Me of papers.
Tin: Astor House and plant 1ms
been bought by George Wood.
Lions & Levey .sold nt noon the
lease of the Blue IIousu for $77o.
II. It. II. the Prince of Wale is
forty-three years of age to-morrow.
II. Jt. II. Princess Poninlkelnni,
Governess of Hawaii, arrived by the
Enhi.st. Co. No. 1 will have a
special drill this afternoon at half
past four o'clock.
Tun sailing of the German man-of-war
lias been postponed until nine
o'clock to-morrow morning.
Tin: Itoyal Hawaiian Military
Hand will give a concert at Emma
Square on Monday evening..
Tin: Likcliko brings tho news of
heavy rains on Maui, also a very
heavy surf is running at Kahului.
Tin: Myrtle Club's new six-oared
boat arrived by the Mariposa : also,
a shell for Mr.' Walter Giffard.
Cajt. Ilayward tried his best to
get the Mariposa in at 12 o'clock,
and was successful to the minute.
A nr.T was made in San Francisco,
10,000 lo 8,000 dollars, that New
York would go 20,000 ltcpublican.
Tin: barkentinc Klikital and ship
C. O. Whilmore both left Tort
Townscnd, October 2f!tli. for this
Tin: Orphan returned 03 the Mari
posa, enveloped in a brand new plug
hat, just as funuy as ever. Stocks
will go up now.
Two lepers arrived by the Likcliko
this morning from Maui. Both are
men, and were taken to the leper
His Majesty the King arrived by
the Kiunii at noon. Salutes were
liicil from the German man-of-war
and the shore battery.
Tin: brigantinc W. G. Irwin is
thirteen days out to-day from San
Francisco. She has a cargo valued
at 89.110, and includes 280 hogs.
Mit. A. Kr.nu informs us that he
has finished painting the steeple of
the Kaumakapili church. The color
left is one that hhow it off to
Oi;n sugar quotations by the last
steamer City of SydncyVcrc " cents
per 90 Cuban basis. This mail we
arc pleased to note an increase to
Ciiixim: express driver No. 128
has no business to have a license.
The frame of bones between the
shafts can scarcely move, and yet
he belabors it with his whip.
W1111.1: the Likcliko was towing
the schooner Ida Schnaucr out to
sea at Kahului yesterday, the line
broke, but another one was quickly
fixed and no damage was done.
Tin: tern Eva, 17 days from San
Francisco, arrived at Mahukona
Nov. 7th, and after landing 31
horses and C mules for J. M. Horner,
Kukninu, in four hours, arrived off
port this afternoon.
Busixnss in the Police Court this
morning was very light, and, after
yesterday's heavy dose, it was pro
bably appreciated by His Honor and
his assistant. Henry Johnson and
Peter McCormick, for drunkenness,
had to deposit SO each.
Fun: Marshal McGuire thinks that
the lire at his house started in the
rafters of the bedroom, and that it
was caused by rats having curried
matches up there and gnawing at
them. This morning a large rat with
a burned back was found crawling
round on the premises.
Tin: concert by the amateur band
from the German man-of-war drew
out a large and enthusiastic au
dience. ' It was nearly eight o'clock
before tho band arrived at the Hotel,
and then Manager Fassctt had to go
after it. Tho programme was lengthy
t and consisted of light, short pieces.
The grounds were illuminated for
Last niglit somo villain or villains
pulled down a sign belonging to Mr.
C. Gertz, thu boot and shoemaker
on Fort street. It was a very hand
somo one representing two littlo
kittens on a bed playing with a boot
' and slipper, and cost 811. It ap-
peara that a gang of young boys
parade tho streets in tho evenings,
throw mud at store-doors and do
oilier wanton mischief, and it is
iptitu likely they arc the guilty ,
T111: S. S. Maripoja arrived nt
noon 0 days and 22 hours from San
Francisco. Amongst her passengers
we notice, It. Lishman and wife,
A. W. Pierce & wife, W. II. Itico
and wife, Dr. and Mrs. Wight and
Foun or five white men 111 a drunk
en condition were creating n big
noise opposite the residence of Mr.
Afong, Nuuanu sheet, at midnight.
When remonstrated witli by a resi
dent of Mr. Afong's house, they used
the most vile language. Where was
the policeman who should have been
on that beat?
Ykstkiiuay morning at C o'clock,
between thirty and forty of the
Bailors fiom tho German man-of-war I
attended at tho Itomnn Catholic !
Cathedral and partook of Holy Com-
munion. They were delighted lo
meet the Bishop of Olba, who is a
German, as it is nearly two years
since they have met a German priest. 1
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
France is to declare a protecto
rate over the Isthmus of Panama.
Yellow fever is committing fearful
ravages there, but the people, think
ing they arc not being taken off fast
enough by disease, arc killing each
other in revolutionary style. The
French have crcctctl 11 hospital to
accommodate 700 patients, at a cost
of three million francs. Four thou
sand of the company's workmen
have died, and the death rate is 100
The Provincial Assembly of Now
Soutli Wales, by a majority of one,
shelved the resolution in favor of
the federation of tho Australian
Provinces and the annexation of
New Guinea. 1
There was to have been 11 general
movement of the British forces up
the Nile this week. Great Kritnin .
has disclaimed the intention of any
further offensive operations than
would be necessary to bring Gordon .
and Stewart from Khartoum.
No compromise is to be made be- 1
tween the Lords and Commons in
Lord Marcus Beresford has been
committed for tiial in London for !
assault on Thomas Gibson Bowlers, '
editor of Vanity Fuir. It turned 1
out at the examination that the arti
:1c for which he tried to thrash the J TH T Afl "DOTH1
jditor was written by the Karl ofj)Jjil.J 1 U JJ Si
A Socialist has been elected in
Berlin to tho Itciehstag, with 1 ,000
majority over the combined vote of '
the Liberals and Conservatives.!
The Scott liquor law in Ohio has
been declared unconstitutional. .
The French garrison of Tuyen-
Kwnng repulsed several attacks of
Chinese on the Mth and 19th of
Oct. I' rench columns were scour
ing the country near Yen. lu caso
of failure of Uritish mediation,
France will likely send 20,000 more
troops to China.
Exciiaxoi: has taken a tumble, so
have our prices, to make room for
largo stock for the holidays. King
llros.' Art Store. 803 .It
Wi: would call the attention of all
the boats' crews intending to partici
pate in the coming regatta, to pro
vide themselves with those elegant
regatta wol shirts, to be had at the
store of M. Mclnerny. They arc in
various colors, and at the present
time all tho different sizes may be
secured. Do not dofcr calling until
the last day, as the sizes will be
broken up. 8011 Ot
W.m. Oliphant, butcher, late of j
the City Market, lias opened the
Hotel Street Market. 801 lw
Caiiinkt l'hotos 83 ner doz. cards
81 per do, at Sun Pearl Gallery,
T- 11... .
corner of Ivmg and lort streets, for-
morly A. A. iMontnuo's. Ji u
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A l.uii.vr JJAiiUAis. 7ib AtHOf
House, unci Plant for Hale This old
and well established restaurant must
bo sold immcdintclv on account or
tho ill-health of tho proprietor, and
the pressure of outside business.
The Astor House, which is centrally
located on Hotel street, near Fort,
is tho 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 toK. W. GRANN1S, Proprietor.
Told Drinks for Young ami Old.
Superior Ginger Beer, 10c. per bottle.
Donnolly's Root Beor, " " "
Connolly's Spruco Beer, " " "
Those Hcorsme the most pleasant
and healthiest beverag" known.
They cleanso and purify tho blood,
which renders them not only au ex
cellent drink but good for invalids,
and will more readily quench thirst
without producing any deleterious
CANDIES ! CANDIES ! !
Itomu made Creams and Caramels,
nil varieties', fresh dally. Finest
selection of Imported Candies.
Chaso'h celebrated Hoston Lozenges,
lltiustnromntlc quality in themarket.
NUTS AND BON-BONS ! !
Hinukul Hmolcc-I Mmolte!
My Manilas are the best in town.
Come In and Judge for yourself.
American, Havana and lllngley's
celebrated Home-made Cigars al.
ways on hand. Chewing and Smok.
lug Tobacco, cut foil and plug. All
varieties of Cigarettes at the Fou.v.
Families and others in want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain the same in quantities to
suit by lu.ivitig orders and con.
ST. M. OAT,
At Pacific Navigation Co.'s Building,
801 Queen utieet. tf
WILL SKI.L ICi: AT
As Low Rates as
ANY OTHER COMPANY.
J. K. WELDER, Sup't.
100 im:i:t iik.'ii.
And 12 inches in Diameter
jVI Mm: CJ round.
sn APTLY AT THIS OFFICII, lw
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom House Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Merchant St.
Tolephono 172 P. 0. Box 315.
1. A. PALMER,
Commission and Custom llouso Broker
and General Business Agent.
During the ncM llfteen days, I will
give particular attention to the
Collection of Quarterly Bills I
My rominltfsioiis niu moderate, and
Uiisfiirs Mem 11111I otlicis can ho suru
! Hint nil mutters intrusted to niu will be
Promptly A.Usnlel o.
Onice In Ortmphell'b New Week,
815 tf Hoom No. 7, 1'li-Stalm.
, (EORGE LUCAS, -j&fc
, ij.,iitier jaKfrigflji;
Honolulu Steam Planing Jlllls, Knpla-
1 mule, llonolul
; jiHuiifactures all kinds ot JIouhllngH,
Jlruckctx, Window Frames, uiimis,
' O....I.A.. 1...... .mil nil I't.ulu rt Wnml.
j ;v'ork mW 4'uVninp, Scroll ami IJaml
1 Sawing. All kiniti or hawing aim nan-
ing, .Morueiug aim icnanuiij;.
urucrspronipiiyauenucuio aim wore
jarantceil. Onler.i from tho other Is-
A Large ami Commodious
1IOUSK, centrally lonitcil,
nowlv impereil sad painted.
l.UUU Villi), niiliiliB, ivv. ...,.-.
given imuieilhitely. For further pur.
ilciihirs ennui re of
Bin Hotel str., hot. Fort and Alnkea
.......1 M..1tl.j A... l'naaneelmi
Grand and Successful Opening
Opposite the New Bank
Tho gonoral public arc mvitcd
at our opening, our new and select stock of Dry Good1.,
Fancy Goods; Ladies', Children's, and Infant's Wear,
Millinery, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Traveling
Trunks, Valises, House Furnishing Goods, and au Klcgant
and complete slock of Ladies'. Gent's, Misses', Children's,
and Infants' fcslioc.
S, OOHN Sc CO.
New Holiday Goods
LYCAN & GO'S
IVoav 011 35x:3iilit;ioii.
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
E'.s.. Etc.. Etc. ss-xrn:r.' iv?rraivi-,?fci.?5'
Felice Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goous, Plated Wave, &e., &e.
1 1 n
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Beef Qermea, Tinned Mushrooms,
Dutch Herrings in kegs, Cala Boiled Ficklou Butter,
And 11 full line of M'chIi Staple iSrot'oricN.
Inland Orders solicited. Telephone
(i. i). Kiir.ivru.
W. C I'EACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
2'.l Xiiiianu Ntroct.
noNoi.ui.r, 11. 1.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OFFKH FOH SALK
At tlic IjOivcHt Inrket Ilni!
a larae and well selected stock of
the Choicest and most FaorIte
&c, &c, Ac.,
All Goods Guaranteed.
r.nd oiilrrs tilled promptly.
Telephone 10. P. O. Dok 300
Building, Fort St.;
to give us a call and inspect,
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
V 1M 1IMIUIWB ei JI1 J
i;r..SNi:i)V & co.)
K7 9. M Untol Qt
U Vjl JvJ AJLUIUJL wit
ex S S Alnmeilii,
No. 2 10. V. O. Box 297.
III 1MB I
Particular attention paid 10 Tourix!'
Baggago, Parcols, Etc, Delivored in
any part of tho City promptly
and with caro.
OidcrS'left at Hanunci's Harness She)
will lecelve prompt attention.
Telephone 202. .No. of Wagons 08 & Ml.
UIIIKCT FItOM MADEIKA,
lr w. m. 1JOKDKV.TJX:
A i-jilciulhl collection of 18 rarat gold &
silver jewelry of the latest designs,
rJcltlii;cH avINi TjooIrt'tH,
Chains, Studs, Dracelets, Piirrcs, Scarf
Pins, Crosses, Ear-rings, Thimbles,
KL., Etc., JElo.
Cull and cxnmlne this Superior Stock.
CONZALVES & CO.
811 NO. W HOTOL ST. lm
Hall 1'roKfituiincH !
NEW DESIGNS, Just received from
San Francisco, at The Daii.v Hdl