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WEDENSDAY, NOV. 19, 188-1.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time from noon of to-day, Nov. 10.
Sun Sets 5 17.
Sim Rises 18 IS.
Moon SoW 7 Kl.
HlghTldo (small) -J 30.
High Tlili) (largo) 17 00.
wind and wr.vntmi
Itecord (rom tutoii of yesterday!
M!l, Thorniuinctor lt.il...
I 4ll I Oil I 2Jh ll SIi I (III I 181i to 1SI.
I SiRKi 30.! SUM 78 iy o r.l O .oo
WlnOX.i: light; Sky, uno; Son, smooth
Diamond Head, Nov. 1(1, 3 p..M
Light N. 'E. wind.
OCEANIC S. S. CO;
i'Oll BAN l'JlANCISCO.
Mnrlpoiti Leaves Honolulu, Nov. 15
Alameda.... Leaves Honolulu. Dec. lHt
FOIl AUCKLAND AND SYDNEY:
Slmr Aiisti'alin .'. Nov 29
ron ban riiANctsco.
Slmr Zealitndla Nov 23
Stuir W G Hull from Windward Ports
Hour Emma from Koolau
Slmr .las .Mnkuc from Kauai and Oiihit
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Stmt' Mokolll for Windward Ports
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sobr ICaulkcaoull for Koholalele
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam bk Geo S Homer, Perry
Hrlg Tuwara, La Gi'en
Jlgtne Hazard, Tierney
Hark Abblo Carver, Pendleton
Hark Caudaur, Offersen
Tern Eva, AVlkniiiii
IJktno Amelia, Newhall
Ugtno W G irwln, Turner
Hark Halla, Tornecolm
For Hamakua, per C It Bishop, Nov
18 W H Daniels and A Maroff.
For Kabulul, per Llkelike, Nov 18
Sirs L Council, E Norrls, C It Hlshon, S
M Damon, lira W Torbcrt, AV G Ashley,
wife and child, It AV Grannls, Misses (4)
Shaw, AV Auld and wife, T E Evans, K
AV Putnam, C L AVIght and Miss J Kea.
For AVlndward Ports, per Kluau, Nov
18 II M Queen Dowager Emma and
suite. Miss L Pcabody, Miss Melc, Miss
.1 Stlllman, L G McMillan, Miss A K
Shaw, li C AVlnston, AV Salmow, Mrs C
Afong and 2 daughters, II Hastlo and
wife, II MAVhltncy, .lr. V H Holmes
and wife, E G Hitchcock. E Mullcr. AV
King, Mrs G AV Pilipo, J Alapai, Miss
It Al, AV 11 Stone, Miss Ilanala. Mrs
O Kawalmil mill .1 H Coekctt.
From Kauai and Calm, per Jas Mn
keo. Nov 10 Prof Yarndloy and about
For Windward Ports, per AV G Hall,
Nov 10 M Roe, P C Jones, .Tr, and
wife, P l,ec, Rev A O Forbes, F Pyat,
Mr Evans and Mrs M Harrctt.
Selir Kekauluohi is having a now
dock )ut in.
The schr Lcahl is being hove down to
Tho schr Halnbow Is being hove
down for repairs.
Tho bk Canlaur is making ready for
Chinese passengers for Hongkong. Sho
will probably sail on Saturday next.
Tho bgtno Hazard will probably sail
for Sau Francisco in December. It is
not tho Intention of tho owners to send
Iter to the S S Islands again.
Stmr AV G Hull brought -122S bags
sugar, 05 bags awa, OS bags coffee, 120
hides, 25 head cattle and -1 calves.
On tho last trip of tho AV G Hall sho
went from tho Spar Uuoy to Lahalna hi
5 hours and 50 minutes, that being
about tho best lime ever made going up
and on another itistnnco sho made 111
knots per hour for 5 successive, hours.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Whbn will the Amateur Musical
Society resume its rehearsals ?
Tin: Honolulu Rifles had a short
drill last evening. The attendance
was not large.
Mn. F. Pallia has been appointed
Deputy-Sheriff for Ililo, in place of
Mr. II. Brown.
Mk. L. Severance has been ap
pointed Collector of Customs , at
II. M. Queen Emma and party
left for Hawaii yesterday afternoon
by the Kinnu.
AVe arc glad to see Manager
George Fassctt out again. Take
care of yourself, Corporal.
Mn. J. A. rainier has got a six
roomed house- and a good lot for
salo on easy terms. See adv.
Jonathan Austin, Esqr., lias been
appointed commissioner of patents
for the Hawaiian Islands.
Oats's telephonic blackboard did
not contain a single item yesterday.
Tho Bulletin's enterprise is making
On account of tho largo calendar
of criminal business at the Police
Court yesterday morning, civil busi
ness was put off until to-morrow
Gkbat prclMatlous hro hi pro
gross at tlio storo of N. S. Sachs for
a grand display of nfhv holiday
Tnr. sculling match between Oscar
Branch and J. II. Scclcy has fallen
through, and the put up forfeit withdrawn.
Tiik annunl meeting of tho stock
holders of the Wilder Steamship Co.
will be held to-morrow morning nt
Tin; steamer AV. G. Hall went
from the Spar Buoy ,lo Lahaina in
5 hours and 50 minutes, the quickest
up trip ever made.
Applications for money orders on
the United States, by the S. S. Zcal
andia, will be received at the Post
olllce until l o'clock Friday after
noon. , Oun correspondent at Pahala
writes that the cane is looking well,
and this year's crop will show heavy
results. The prospects for next
year me remarkably good.
Tiik road on School street between
Fort and Nuuanii streets is full of
holes, some of them a pretty good
size. This road is used very much,
so that needed repairs should not be
The P. M. S. S. Zcalandia is duo
on Sunday from the Colonies en
route to San Francisco. As the Ala
meda is duo on S-iturday, correspon
dents will have a good chance to
answer their letters quickly.
Tiik following gentlemen have
been elected officers of the Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce for tho cur
rent year: Hon. Chas. It. Bishop,
President; Alex,' J. Cartwright,
Vice-President; J. B. Athcrton,
Secretary and Treasurer.
A CniNr.su prisoner, Pat Sue, es
caped from the prison yesterday
morning. He was caught last even
ing while passing the Station House.
Tins morning he is adorned with a
ball and chain, and finds it mighty
Tim residence of Mrs. Starbuck
on Vineyard street was entered by n
burglar last week, and a hat stolen
therefrom. This makes the fifth case
on that street in a short time. Some
otio must be well acquainted with
the vicinity, and know the move
ments of the residents.
Tin: new reed organ purchased
recently of Lycan & Co., for the
native church at Wnikiki, will bo
used for the first, time on Friday
evening, November 28th. II. li. II.
Princess Liliuokalani is getting up a
musical entertainment for the occa
Tiiuiie were 30 drunks in the Police
Court yesterday morning, bringing
in the sum of $ 185 to Deputy Day
ton's treasury. One of them was u
shining light of the Hawaiian bar,
who certainly ought to know better,
especially after the warning given
him by Mr. Dayton.
Cai't. John. II. Brown was one of
the judges who went on board the
Pcle out to the Bell buoy, at the time
of the six-oared race. It is not
generally known, but it is the first
time the captain has been outside of
the reef in thirty-two years. Ho
stood the trip remarkably well, and
wasn't a bit afraid of sharks.
Tin: Hawaiian Bazar, on Fort
street, is tho place to get holiday
goods suitable for Christinas and
New Year presents. Just turn to
their advertisement, read it carefully,
and then pay the Bazar a visit to see
for yourself. The stock is tremen
dous, and embraces everything you
can think of in tho novelty line, and
then the prices are so low.
, , i .
In; tho Supremo Court yesterday
beforo tho Chief Justice, tho lions.
C. F. Hart, Samuel Parker and AV.
F. Allen were appointed commis
sioners to admcasuro the dower of
tho widow of James Woods. A
report is to be made within thirty
days. It will bo remembered that
the widow was recently married to
Last evening, as two gentlemen
were riding on horseback, at a light
canter, on King street, opposite the
Government building one of tho
horses stumbled over a largo box,
cither carelessly or maliciously left
in the middle of tho street. Tho
rider was thrown over the horse's
hornl, bill fortunately escaped uerloiis
Initirv. tintl tlin horsn 11 rid his fthlns !
8liJhtly barked on the stumbling
The course of true love never
runs smooth, so the saying goes,
and it is very applicable to n little
affair which took place at Ililo last
week. Mr. Heinhardt, residing there,
has a daughter, who has been wooed
by a young man of 'the name of
AVillis. The' stern parent objected,
and ono evening Inst week the young
man had to leave tho house by the
window, with two pistol balls follow
ing him. The matter has got into
the courts, and the young man is put
under $300 bonds. The next mail
will probably bring more particulars.
Kaui.y lost Monday morning
Messrs. A. J. Cartwright, Jr., and
E. G. Spalding went to AVahmac for
a day's shooting. They returned
homo at 10 o'clock the same evening
with 1GS plovers, C ducks and 1
mallard. Mr. Cartwright says that
the mallard is the first one known to
have been killed on these Islands.
Another party, Capt. A. B. Haley,
Messrs. AV. Dimoud, C. P. Iaukca,
J. Lishman and Guy Wodchouse,
were out shooting at Kailua from
Saturday night until Monday after
noon, and onry got GG ducks between
them. On tho 101b of this month
Messrs. Cartwright and Spalding
were out, and bagged 201 plovers,
not a bad day's shootiog by any
On Thursday morning last, about
o o'clock, at Honuapo, Kan, Hawaii,
a native woman named Ekekcla
killed herself by shooting with :i
pistol. The ball entered her breast
and penetrated to the heart. A
post mortem examination was made,
and at the inquest the jury brought
in a verdict of, " killed by her own
hand." The report of tho pistol
was heard by an old native woman,
and on entering tho house Ekekcla
waS found lying on her left side,
with a young baby on her left arm,
the pistol near the light hand. For
the last three or four months she lias
been partially out of her mind. Her
husband was away at the time. She
leaves six children.
Wi: announced in the Bulletin
yesterday if tho winning crew of the
six-oared race called at Noltc's
Beaver Saloon they would hear of
something to their advantage. Of
course this meant the Myrtle Boat
Club's crew, and as soon as they
read the itom, they put on their best
bibs and tuckers and proceeded in a
body to the Beaver Saloon. Nolle
brought out a beautiful silver watclt
in a case, which made all tho boys
exclaim, Oil my! The boys throw
the dice to seo which should becomo
the possessor, with the following re
sult: J. Savidge, '13; J. Torbcrt,
39 ; A. Lylc, 34 ; F. AVundcnbcrg,
20 ; II. Bobertson, 2 1 ; C. Purdy,
21; O. Branch, 18. It was after
wards decided, unanimously, to pre
sent it to coxswain Torbcrt, which
3,000 beautiful Peacock Feathers,
just received, and for sale cheap at
King Bros.' Art Store. 8G0 3t
Mu. Geo. Cavanagh has leased
from Ilingley & Co. the Astor
House Restaurant. 8G9 2t
MR. W. C. PARKE
HAS AN OFFICE over Bishop & Co.'s
Hunk, and will bo happy to altond
to any business entrusted to Ills care.
The Best Lunch in Town,
Tea and Coffee at All Hours
Tho finest Brands of Cigars and
Tobacco, always on liand.
AT THE PA UK
IS OPEN EVERY DAY.
tSTTho only sca-sido resort in the
PAPEIWtULER and HLANK-BOOK
Book Binding of all description neatly
and promptly executed,
Gnz3tto Building Merchant utrect
Telephone Sn. tin.
C. J. HAi.DES:, lroi.
Alakea, near Queen St.
Contacliiio' ami Buililk
MOULDINGS AND FINISH
Alwnyn on Ilnml.
Onncu. l'lioMrri.v Attended To,
Hard and Soft Stove Wood,
670 Out and Split. 3m
A Consignment of
Just to hand ex Bordeaux,
8n Wood and Bottle
Just the thing for this Climate.
Fou Sau: uy
G. W. Macfarlano & Co.
Families and others in waul of Good,
Machine Made Poi,
Can obtain tho samo in quantities to
suit by leaving orders and con
IP. 1J. OjVJL
At P.irifle Naliitlon Co.'s lJulklliis,
SOI Queen stieet. if
ACIIA-SEA VEXDAnos armazeni
do .Macfarlano & Co. juueto no
Banco, uina conslgnacao do magnllleo
Vlnlio do ineza chemulo do Portugal no
vapor " Bordeaux. " Yal ohegando o
Xatal. Approvoltom a occaiao.
m-2'2v MAOKAULAyE & CO.
rJMlE undersigned, who has made ar
JL tiingeiiients for opening a Portu.
guefo School, will also give lessons in
that language to foreigners underMiuul
ing French. For particulars apply to
.M. A. GoiimiIvcs & Co., fi7 Hotel st.
So!) If .1. A. 31. OSOIUO.
J, I. OAT, Jl & GO'S.
Has just received per Mariposa,
Bxs Choice Apples
Atmore's Jlinco Meat, Cranberries,
Wliittakcr'a Star Hani, Bacon,
Lard, Cal. Cheese, Kits Mackerol,
Kits Salmon Bellies,
Kegs Family Iiecf, Kegs Pork,
Now Orleans Molasses,
S'tloon Bread, Crackers, Potatoes.
California Sweet Potatoes
Family Flo'ir, Wheat, Corn,
Oats, Bran, Onions, &c, &c.
807 TELEPHONE 110. 2w
J, F. SHOWN,
Special attention given
in Honolulu and
Bccords searched, and plans showing
titles carefully prepared.
Office, Room No. 5, upstairs,
Campbell's Block, Fort St.
J. $5- OAT Jr. & Co.
Dealers In all kinds of
Tho Latest Foreign Papers always on
hand at tho Gutttle Block, Merchant
Street 1 by
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS
WILL T.KB PI..VCK
On or about
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
01 mid 03 Fort Street, opposite the Now Bank Building.
New Holiday Goods
LYCAN & GO'S
Now on 3Ex:liilit;ioii.
DILLINGHAM & do.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets., Etc., Elc.
sy.i:-r 7im.ZZVL tST'-llta,rfM?iiVyjjr'
Foiicu Wive and Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing' Goods, Plated Ware, &c., &c.
JiiBt llccclvcd ox S S Mariposa,
nedyys Cream Biscuits,
Tabic Eating Apples, Bologna Sausages, Sea Bass, Lymraa and Cala.
Cried Figs, Swiss Choose, Anchovies in oil, Cala Rolled Pickled Butter,
And u fall liuc of FrcNh SUiple Groceries.
Island Orders solicited. Telephone No. 210. V. O. Uox 207. (702
(1- D. KlIUGTII.
W. C. l'BACOCK
Freeth & Peacock,
2ti Xiiumiu Street.
HONOLULU, II. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
Genoral Commission Merchants,
OFFKU FOU SALK
At the Iiowettt Market Ituie.i
a lurao mid well eelectcd stock of
tho Choicest and most Favorite .
4c, &c, &c,
All Goods Guarantood.
and orders filled promptly,
Tolcnhono 40. P. O. Uox 300.
SJ. COHN &c CO.
Elc. Etc.. Etc.
kkkmedt & co.)
67 & 69 Hotel St
I'arlleulnr attention paid to Tourists'
Baggage, Parcels, Eto, Delivered in
any part of tho City promptly
and with care.
Orders left nt Iliunnior's HarnefH Shop
will receive prompt attention.
Tolcnhono 202. .No. of Wagons C8 & r,U.
DIRECT FROM MADEIRA,
l?ex h. h. UOltDEAUX
A i-plondid collection of 18 carat gold'it
silver jewelry of tho latest designs,
XecltluccH "vviLIi IoolcctM,
Chains, Studs, Bracelets, Purses, Scarf
Pins, Crosses, Ear.rlngs, Thimbles,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Cull and uxamlno this Superior Stock.
CONZALVES & CO.
NO. r,7 HOTEL ST.
Hull 1'roKrnninicH !
NEW DESIQNS, just received from
Ban Francisco, at Tiik Daily IJul