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TUESDAY, NOV. 18, 1881.
SUM, MOQH AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-day. Nov. IN
Sim St't 5 IS,
SunRNes 18 U.
Moon Sets 0 2(i.
High Tide (siimin 1 00.
High Tide (large) 10 00.
WIND 1SII WKVTJIt.lt
Ki'oord 1 1 inn noon of jostonlny!
AtScaTmcl. Thoimomotm- llnln.
I III lili I Sill 2li I llli 181, i( isi,
I !WM MM S0.0I 11 7(1 70 o (,7 s o.m
Wluil, X.i: IlKlit;. Sky, fair; Son, xmootli
Diamond Hrad, Nov. 18, 3 p.M
Light N. E. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
I'Oll BAN l'KAKCISCO.
Mnrlpcxn Lo.ive3 Honolulu, Nov. 15
Aluiuudu....Le.ivci Honolulu. Dec. 1st
HOlt AUCKLAND AND 8VDNKY:
Stmr Australia Nov 28
roil HN rilAN'CISCO.
Stmr Zculaiullu Nov S3
BUne Amelia from PoitTownsend
JtU Halla from New York
Bgtnc W 0 liwin from San Francisco
Stmr C K Bishop from lln.ma.kua
Stmr Planter from Kauai
Stmr jlokolll from Windward Torts
Sehr Kaulkcaoull from ICoholalelo
Sehr Wallcle from Jlallko
Sehr Wainialu from Waialua
Stmr Kinau for Windward Pom
Stmr Likeliko for K.ihulul
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Stmr 0 It Itlshoj) for Huinnkim
Sehr llalcaknla for Pepeckco
Sehr Ehuknl for Waialua r
Sehr Nettle jlcnlll for l.ahalua
Sehr Alanuokawal for Koolau
Sehr Kawallanl for Koolau
Ship Kl Dorado, Humphries, for 1 T
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr 1'lantcr for Kauai
Stmr Jlokolll for Windward Poits
Sehr Kaulkcaoull for ICoholalelo
vessels in port.
Steam bk Geo S Homer, Perry
UilgTawara, La Guen
llgtne Hazard, Tlerney
lt.uk Abblc Carver, Pendlctou
Bark Candaur, Offerscn
Tern Eva, Wlkman
IJktno Amelia, Newhall
Bgtno W G Irwin, Turner
Hark Halla, Tornccolin
From Kauai, per Planter, Nov 10
Capt J Ross, W i: Howell, I. Tlteomb,
II A Myhor, Jllss 31 Lowell and -i Chi
nese. From San Francisco, per W G Irwin,
Nov 10 F .1 Balllnger, J, G McMillan,
Mrs S Mehtedt, II Lang, J Uurk, W
Fennel, C Bussing. I Johnson, and II
From Hamakua, per O K Bishop, Nov
10 AV II Daniels, Mr Kenncy and 24
Sehr Wainialu brought 032 bags paddy.
Sehr Wnllcle brought -100 bags sugar.
The stinrs Kinau, Likellke and 0 It
Bishop sailed this evening.
Stmr C U Bishop brought 22 head
cattle and 7 calves.
Sehr Eliukai brought 21 1 bags sugar
and SCO bags paddy.
The stmr Kilaucu Hon Is on the Mu
StmrMokolil brought 103 bags sugar,
150 sheepskins, ft! green hides, 1 bdl
goatklns rind 2 horses.
Stmr Planter brought 200 sheep, 11
hides and 2 horses. She sails to-inor-iow
at J p m.
The bk Halla. Capt G A Tornccolin,
arrived on Sunday, 210 days from Now
York, with a general cargo. Sho Is
consigned to Cnstlo & Cooke.
The bktno Amelia. Capt Newhall, ar
l lved on Sunday last, 30 days from Port
Townsend with -102 M feet lumber and
50 M laths to Allen & Robinson.
Tlio bgtno W G Irwin, Capt Turner,
an lved on Sunday last, 20 days from
San Francisco with 2S8 hogs, -150 sks
bailey, 100 skslnan, 800 sks Hour, 310
bales hay, 350 bids lime, 2SM bricks,
LOCAL & GENERAL 'NEWS.
Thk post olllco. despatched by tlio
Mariposa on Saturday, -17G7 letters
and 1723 papers.
Last Saturday evening the Fire
Bell Tower was tastily illuminated,
in honor of His Majesty's birthday.
IIavi: jou got a diary for 1885
yet? If not, call on Oat & Co., and
make a selection before their stock
is all gone.
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Tub S. S. Alameda is due on Sat
urday morning, with dates to the
lfilh inst. Her arrival is anxiously
looked for among those interested in
the Presidential election.
Tur.ur, is a half white young man
who rides his horse through the
streets of Honolulu in a very reckless
manner. Wc warn him to bo care
ful, or there will bo trouble ahead.
Tyo eloquentsermons weropreach
cd at St. Andrews Cathedral on Sun
day, the ono in the morning by Rev.
George Wallace, having reference to
the recent tragedy, that in the even
ing by tho Rev. A. 1 King on "the
resurrection of tho body."
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Mil. A. A. Montnno Is confined to
bed at his hotiso in Motion Vnllcy,
with a wound on his log caused by
n kick from a horse a few weeks ago.
Tin: annua! meeting of the stock
holders of tiie Wilder Steamship Co.,
has been postponed until Thursday
morning at 1) o'clock.
As organ concert will be given tit
Ilonok.ia Lyceum on December -lib,
which, judging by the excellent pro
gramme got out, is to be it very good
Wi: nro glad to learn that Mrs.
Geo. II. Robertson, who was thrown
from her buggy on Saturday, did
not receive aivy serious injury and is
E. G. Waller will open a butcher
shop in n few days on Punchbowl
street, near King, which must prove
a lioon to the residents in that part
of the city. lt
It is not often a drunken China
man is seen on o'ur streets, but there
was one on Nuunnu street yesterday
afternoon about !) o'clock. Too
much samshoo probably.
Ir the winning crew of tho Myrtle
Uoat Club in the No. 8 six-oarcd
race, will call round at Noltc's Rea
ver Baloon, they will hear of some
thing to their advantage. Hurry up,
Last evening a match was made
between J. II. Sccley, trainer of the
Honolulu B. C, and Oscar Branch,
of the Myrtle B. C, to low a single
scull race for $500 a side to take
place in the last week of December.
8100 forfeit is already put up.
Tins morning at the usual time
a gang of prisoners were set at work
near the Music Hall. About half
past eight o'clock they were all sit
ting down having a jolly time, one of
them amusing the crowd by playing
a jewsharp. There was no luna in
charge.' It's nice to be a prisoner.
Tup. Enterprise Planing mill is
situated on Alakca, near Queen
street. Mr. C. J. Hardee, the pro
prietor, gives notice on another
column that he is prepared to do
contracting and building of every
description, and will attend prompt
ly to all orders entrusted him. He
keeps hard and soft stove wood, cut
and split, for sale.
Ox Sunday morning a number
of natives were sitting, eating, smok
ing and talking on the upper veran
dah of a two story house just below
the cemetery, Nuunnu Vnllcy. All
at once there was a crash, and tho
crowd, along with their calabashes,
pipes, clogs, cats, etc., were precipi
tated to tho lo.wcr verandah, without
having any time to find out what was
the trouble. Fortunately no one was
This morning shortly after seven
o'clock, as Sam Green was driving
his express round the corner of King
and Nuuaiiu streets, the bit, a. rubber
one, broke and the horsu dashed
along King street. Ncaring the
corner of King and Fort street, Sam
jumped out from behind the carriage,
nnd immediately afterwards the horse
slipped and fell, tho carriage over
turning. Not much damage was
done to it.
Ok Sunday night Mr. and Mrs.
AV. McLean, residing on Vineyard
street, went out visiting friends,
leaving tho hired girl in charge of
tho house. About half-past seven
o'clock, Mr. Dow, who resides in
the next house, heard as he thought
a child crying very loudly. IIo did
not mind it' at first, as it is nothing
unusual on that street, but as it
continued and tho noise got louder,
ho went in to McLean's and found
tho servant girl was making the noise.
She had heard a noise, and on open
ing the door of tho room from which
it proceeded, saw a Chinaman ran
sacking tho bureau drawer, hence
her loud cries. Tho Chinaman got
oil, but in his hurry left his hat and
boots under the house. Only a few
trifling tilings were miscd.
Whi:x Mr. Cunlia, proprietor of
tho Union Saloon, went to his safo
Saturday morning, ho found that
it had been opened and its contents
carried off. Suspicion was at onco
directed to Joe Mcgucl, who has
been in his employ about 10 years.
A search was made at Joo'a houso
and his wife gavo up SG 17. It ap
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pears that Joo and a boy, Jno. '
Gomez, who also works at the saloon,
entered by a door in tho cellar, left
purposely open, about 2 o'clock
Saturday morning. They took a
light from the cookhouse and went
upstairs into the bedroom. Joo got
the key and unlocked the safe and
took the money out while the boy
held the light, and promised to give '
tlio latter some of the money. After
locking up tho safe tiiey came out
by the front mauka window. It ap
pears Joe had been talking to tho
boy about doing it a week ago.
They were brought up in tho Police
Court tills morning and remanded
3,000 beautiful Peacock Feathers,
just received, and for sale cheap at
King Bros.' Art Store. 8G9 3t
Mil. Geo. Cavanagli has leased
from Ilinglej & Co. the Astor
House Restaurant. 8G0 2t
A MIDDLE AGED WOMAN OK
GIKL, to do gcnqrnl housework.
No cooking. Apply at this olllco or Bov
U3P O. ' 870 -It
BY A GERMAN 22 years old, under,
stands Gardening, Milking Cows
and is a good Hostler. Apply to
J. Ei WISEMAN.
8C8 lw 28 Merchant street.
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Bishop & Co.'s
Bank, and will be happy to attend
to nnv business entrusted to ills care.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
OEDINGb'S EXPRESS has removed
to No. 81 King street, directly op
posite the old stand. All orders prompt
ly attended to at reasonable rates. Tele
phone No. 80. 8157 lm
I7A H. RYAN will carry on tho b'usl.
li licss of Boat Building, Repairing,
tc, so long conducted on by II. B.
Ryan, at the old stand on KUauea street.
15?" All orders promptly attended to.
S HEREBY given that I will not bo
JL responsible for any debt cciitiuctcil
in iny name without my written order.
Honolulu, Nov. 10, 1884. 800 'lm
qnilHKE NICE FURNISHED Rooms
JL including a front one, centrally lo.
rated. Apply No. 4 Gaiden Lane.
TO TSUI IiAIUI'.N OF HONOLULU
DRESSMAKER, having returned'
has resumed business.
Feathers Cleincd, Dyed and Curled in
all the newest shades.
Coiner of King and Richard Streets.
170H GENTLEMEN ONLY. Apply
JC toMRS. TURNER. 82ICinp Stieet,
nearly opposite tlio Windsor Restaurant,
OHO ly b
For Freight or Charter.
Apply at the
811 lm Pacific Navigation Co.
Families and others in want of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain tho same in quantities to
suit by leaving ordcis and con.
IT. n. OA.X,
At Pacific NuWgullon Co.'s Building,
801 Queen slrccl. tf
The Bost Lunoh in Town,
Tea and 0offceat All Hours
'ho finest Brands of Cigars and
Tobacco, always on hand.
AT Till: 1'AIIK
IS OPEN EVEEY DAY.
RSTTho only scn-sldo resort in the
GEO. E. SHERMAN.
No. 8 Maukakka Sr.
Trees nnd Saddles of all kinds inada to
order and repairing Harness, etc., done
in short notlco. All orders promptly at
tended to. 603 ly
PAPElMtULER nnd BLANK-HOOK
Book Binding of nil description neatly
and promptly executed.
Gazette Building . Merchant street
Beaver &, Saloon
Telephone Xn. s..
:. J. HAltDHH. iop.
Alakea, near Queen St.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH
AluajM mi Ifniul.
Ouncns PnoMPTi.Y Attended To.
Ilni'il and Soft .Stove Wood.
870 Cut and Split. 3m
A Consignment of
Just to hand ex Bordeaux,
Bn Wood and Bottle
Just the thing for this Climate.
Ton Sai.u nr
G. W. Macfarlano & Co.
Collector, Jteal Instate,
(ileiieral ItiiNineHs Agent.
Oniee In Campbell's New Block,
8 1 " tl Room No. 7, Up-Statrs.
A FEW CHOICE BUILDING LOTS,
also Residence properly on the
Plains at a bargain.
For llent Several wull furnished
rooms, lti pilvatc families yool locu
(Ion. Pleasant looms for two gentle
men, with privilege of keeping 2 horses
ACIIA-SEA VENDAnos annaen
dis Macfaihuio A; Co. jtincto no
Banco, lima conIgnaeao do niagnllleo
Vlnho de H1C7H chegafio do Portugal no
vapor "Bordeaux." Val chegando
Natal. Approveltenrn oeenlao.
SB-Jiiw MACFARLANE & CO.
'"piIE undersigned, who hnsmndonr
JL rungcniunt.H for opening a Porlu.
gucc School, will also give. leionM in
that language to forelgneis undeiciniid
ing Fimieh. For particular apply to
M. A. Gonsalvcs & Co.. Ii7 Hotel st.
8.19 11 J. A. M. OSORIO.
J. I. OAT, Jl k GO'S.
Hub just leciived per Mariposa,
Bxs Choice Apples
Atmoru's Mlnco Meat, Cranberries,
Whittakcr's Star Ham, Bacon,
Lard, Cal. Cheese, Kits Mockcrol,
Kits Salmon Bellies
Kegs Family Beef, Kegs Pork,
Now Orleans Molasses,
Siloon Bread, Crackers, Potatoes.
Family Flo'ir, Wheat, Corn,
Oats, Bran, Onions, itc, &c.
807 TELEPHONE 119. 2w
J. F. BE.OWN,
Special nUcntion given to Surveying
in jionoiuiuaiKi vicinity.
I Records seaiched, and plans showing
tiller carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs,
Campbell's Block, Port St.
J. M.OATJr. &Co.
Dealers In all kinds of
The Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand nt tho Gastllt Illoclt, Merchant
Htrect 1 by
m, i xJitUi JtWiSfcSit. ijWML-.i Xiutl...
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
WII.I. TAKB 1'I.ACK
On or about
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
Cl and 03 Fort Street, opposite the New Bank Building.
o-xes; a n a mi n
New Holiday Goods
LYCAN & ccrs
Noav on Exliili"fcion.
DILLINGHAM & Co,
importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets., Etc.. Etc. SSSg
rk4i.'1l.r.rtt - J-aw.TVMiiBr "!". !" rrJTa't-VJii
tl jti -j "V - xr-v I KTicn I I . IMJ TI !- SE1 v
Fence Wire and Staples, Kerosene Oil a .specially.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
Family Grocers, 67 & 69 Hotel St
Just Received ex S S .Muilposa,
Kennedy's Cream Biscuits,
Table Eating Apples, Bologna Sausages, Sea Bass, Lymma and Cala-
Dried Tigs, Swis3 Cheese, Anchovies in oil, Cala Boiled Pickled Butter,
And a full lino of XYchIi Staplo roicrl(vH.
Ifclaud Orders solicited. Telcphono 'o. 210. P. O. Box 'J!I7. (7(W
II. U. l'llULTll.
W. C. PEACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
iili Xminiiu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Merchants,
OFFEIl FOB SALE
At the I.imcut Hnrltet ItateH
a lnrso anil well selected stock of
tlio Choicest and most Favorite
.c., &c, &c,
All Goods Guaranteed.
nnd oiders llllud promptly.
Telephone 10. P. O. Box 3C0.
'i'"WUr - '?.l'''' - l''''''MIJg'
SS. COHN Ac OO.
n - x o o r m. -m l
kksnudy & co.)
Particular attention paid to TotirlHts'
Baggago, Parcels, Eto, Dolivcrcd in
any part of tho City promptly
and with care.
Oiders left at Hammer's Harness Shop
will receive prompt attention.
Telcphono 02.. No. of Wugoui. 08 & CD.
DIRECT FROM MADEIRA,
lr h. n. H01.rJ3A.UX.
A ciilundld collection of 18 carat gold &
silver jewelry of the latest designs,
IVocUIikmjh -with looItetH,
Chains, Studs, Bracelets, Purses, Scarf
Pins, Crosses, Ear-rings, Thimbles,
Etc., 12te., lCt.
Cull and c.xamino this Superior Stock.
GONZALVES & CO.
NO. 57 HOTEL ST.
Hall l'rogrnimucH !
NEW DESIGNS, just received fiom
Hun Francisco, nt The Daily Uui
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