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WON' DAY, IX. T. 15.
Diamond Head, Oct. 1."i, 0: '( :i.in
Liiihl N. K. wind.
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i . ttu-TT awn .; nritt'!
Sttnr (' 1? UMiop f i oin Ktuiui
Sclir Wiiichtt frdiu Wnitilun
tttinr LiUi'liUf from windward ports
Term M V. Dodge. i dys fm Eureka
Nehr Nellie Iff ri-ill from Lali:iin:i
Hclir Liholiho fro'n lCnl.iiili:i(lf1'
Schr Wailelo from Maliko
Sohr Marion for Kukuihneh1
'Pern D S Williams for Humboldt
Schr Waioli for I'unuhaii
Schr Mary Foster for Ookala
15k D C Murray for Man Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING THIS DAY.
H H Mariposa for San Francisco
Stinr 0 R Bishop for Kauai
Slmr Kilauea IIou for Kahului
Stm r Lclnia for Molokai & Maui
Slmr Mokolii for Koolau
Schr Fiiukai for Waialua
Sclir Wniclm lor Waialua
Schr (Jen Sciul for Koolau
From Kauai, per C 1? Bishop. Oct
i: A Ilancheii"-. C Koullinp, W 11
Hicc, A K II Swift. (5 II Dole. G N
Wilcox, F M Butter, FI Rioinon
sehnider, Ji A Maelie, wife & child.
& -10 deck.
For San Francisco, per D C Mur
ray, Oct l.'l Mrs 11 Holmes & child,
J Goldsmith, E A Clark, If Evan,
Col Norris, II Seymour.
From windward ports per Likclikc
Oct 11 Capt Spencer, J Nawahi, J
Tucker, C L Doyle, J Cook, C II
Willis, M Coma, C Y Aiona, 0 T
Shipman, J Couper, Ah Dak, G J
Campbell, J 11 Ilolliday, R Stirling,
C Mcncke, C Notley, W II Rickard,
W II Lawrence. J W Gay, J R S
Kcnnerslcj, L Ascu, C B Wells, P
N Makec, Miss Nix, Mrs Nakapuahi
Mrs Stackpole & Son, Master Dow
sett, C B Makec, W 11 Bailey, W P
Baldwin, A Barnes, W Heine, W C
Sproull, G E Richardson, W C Jones
& son, S Decker, S Kaaikauli, J W
Kalua, Mrs Eldridgc, Miss Iloopii,
Miss Turton, II. Turton, jr., Mrs.
The bark D. 0 Murray sailed Saturday
for San Francisco. She took 1050 bgs of
sugar, 2218 bgs rice and 50 mats of rice;
total domestic value $18,1)2!) 83.
The bark Hope will sail about "Wed
nesday for Port Townscnd to load lum
ber for Leweis & Cooke.
SchrWaiehu bio't4'i( bgs of sugar.
Sclir Ehukai bro't 873 bgs of paddy.
Stair Mokolii brought 098 bgs of rice,
40 sks of bran and 11 hogs.
Stmr C. R. Bishop bro't 1140 bgs, of
sugar, CO bgs of lice, 50 bgs flf pai and
The wharf at Waimea is finished. It
is a fine structure, showing gieat evi
dence of mechanical skill.
The C. It Bishop hi ought sonic sugar
f i oin Waimea.
The captain of the Bishop icports line
weather in the channel.
Stmr Likelike In ought 1121 bags of
sugar, 51 head cattle, 5 horse?.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Bktiiesd.v water on draught at Pal
mer & Tliachcr's. 505 ml
The Palama bus broke down yester
day near the Chinese Theatie.
Tin: Myrtle Club collected JJ300 last
week towards purchasing a now boat".
Sam. Xolt has his Ice Machine run
ning this morning. Go and examine it.
. o I
A nov at Kokaha last week, fell into
a pan of hot sugar and was .seriously
.Tin: meeting of the l'aelllc Sugar Mill
Co's stock-holders is postponed till
Mit. A. J. Cartwright jr. has donated
ilfty books to the Boys Heading Room
Mr. A. M. Mollis will furnish pro
grammes for the Baud Concert to-night.
They can be had at his store at noon.
Mn. C. Boltc, when riding home on
Saturday afternoon, was thrown fiom
his horse which commenced bucking.'
Rj:sidi:nts on Gulden Lano are enjoy
ing a quantity of blind which they turn
bio over on the loud, on dark nights.
Tin: hand boys' 'bus broke down on
Friday evening coming from Oaliu
College and the boys had to walk homo.
Tar.ui: Is a Portuguese resident on
Nuuaiiu Avenue who is the terror of his
neighbors. A resident telephoned for
the police ono night last week.
Thirty acres of cane belonging to Mr.
.I,R. Kynuersley, of Kohala, avus burnt
last week. It is being ground at the
Union and Star Mills,
- Mn. Svmuul Paukiui, Colonel O. II.
.Judd and Colonel Boyd mo making
arrangements for holding ti regatta on
Oho occiihlon of Ills Majesty's birthday.
- ' Miss. Bttur.st: was unfortunately,
through 111 health, unable to be present,
at her social on Friday evening. Some
of the younger visitors took advantag"
i;jtsCTTnTyryKwri iiLi..' ivmf.'i".
A Chinaman was found niuidcrednt
Houokna after he had been dead about
len days. The nmrdeior has not jot
Mr. Dow intends to tcMyu his ap
pointment at the Royal School, with a
ie to occupying an important posi
tion in a biwlni"5-'hoiie.
At the time appointed for the .mcc on
Saturday between tlie Lena af d Emma,
Hie latter boat and her owner were not
to he found, though the owner of the
Emma was die challenging parly.
Atliini'-c ilei If r, ii "ii i K . "' ue :.
was ii ' tl sjsiro urn! costs . " . r tin
l'olie fniii i on S-itU' 1 y fm practicing
nuilichic mid surge, y . h! out u license
An appeal in Uie iiiti niicdiiii Court
hn been noted.
Till: coal heap, belonging to Messrs.
Allen ii Iloblnson, situated behind
Wilder & Co's eo.U shed, on the es
planade, was discovered on lire by
Captain Hanison at BiHO on Saturday
morning. It was successfully put out
by the captain before much damage
IUoyci.i: riders should be careful. A
boy was riding one on Meiehant
street on Saturday and ran into a hore
and carriage that was sianding on the
road. Fortunately the hor-e was a
quiet one or the little girl in the car
riage might have been ciioifdv hurt as
well as the bicyclUr.
Two cooks of the Hawaiian Hotel hail
a quuncl ye-tcrday afternoon. The
second cook, a Chin iman. chased, with
a knife a Spaniard, through the din
ing room to the oMIec. where the hiiiei.
picking tij) a uronl. hit the (Jhiuaiu in
Willi il cutting hi head. Uoth were
attested, and bailed out.
Tur. cae or Hi- Majesty v. Mr. Sam.
uel Pinker, concerning the rights of
owneifdiip to ceitain lands, has been
settled out of Couit. lion. C. R. Bishop
pays His Majesty and sisters the sum of
30,000. In'ictuin His Majesty gives
up all claim to ceitnin hinds in lau and
to the Emma Street property of Her late
Royal Highness, Princess Ruth.
"Tiik inaccurate reporter (of our
daily contemporary) who was not even
present at the trial" of the Mariposa
Chinamen, makes another mis-statement
in saying that our rcpoiterwas
not piesent at the trial referred to. Had
he been there himself he would have
known that what he wrote was untrue.
Yet another mis-statement is made in
stating that the man with the toothache
was '"on duty all the same." lie was
off duty on Friday night.
Tin: following ladies and gentleman
leave by the Mariposa to-day, Col.
Clans Sprockets, Mrs. and Miss Spreck
els ; Jndgc Wideniiinn and Mrs. Widc
mann; Mr. Clarence Macfarlanc; Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Wright and 3 children;
Mr. and Mrs. "W. 11. Castle; Mr. and
Mrs. James Gay; Mr. Win. Flowerdcw;
Mr. 1). Center; Miss F. Allen; Mrs. and
Miss Pcnniman; Mrs. llnylcy and child;
Miss A. Emmerick; Messrs. P. Colin:
P. W. White, E. Tcnney, J. U. Bailey,
M. Thompson, L. Ileynemann, J. S.
Judd, J. Mason, P. G. Phillips, 11.
Whitmann and Wittrock.
Messrs. Ilollister & Co. notify
that Mr. W. Smitli .and Mr. D.
McCartney jr. arc no longer con
nected with their house.
Messrs. G. "W. Macfarlanc & Co.
have received by the Mallsgatc a
consignment of Mirrlees, Watson &
Co's machinery for plantation use,
which they offer at reduced prices.
Messrs. Lowers & Cooke's stock
of wall papers and ceiling decorations
have been recently added to by
some superior satin, mica and
embroidered gilt papers, borders,
friezes and dados.
Messrs. C. Brewer & Co. are now
able to offer plantation goods, coal,
oil, hay cutters, boilers, fencing
wire, carts, wagons and h full line of
general merchandise which the' have
received by the Martha Davis.
Messrs. E. O. Hall & Son's stock
of agricultural implements and hard
ware is always known to bo the most
complete in Hawaii yet they lmvc
now added to their stock by large
shipments received by every known
route in the world, across the
American continent, via. Panama or
round the Horn.
Messrs. Lycan & Co. have just
received by the Mariposa tho best
assortment of holiday and Christ
inas goods ever seen in Honolulu.
Tliey were purchased by Mr. Wood,
and from an occasional glimpse at
some of them, as they wcro un
packed, Lycan & Co's statement
appears to bo a correct one. Tho
opening day will 1)0 on Saturdaj'
and in the meantime u more ex
tended notice will bo given.
EX LATE ARRIVALS
A large and select block of Ladies and
BOOTS AND SHOES
A beautiful lino of Gent's and Hoys'
Straw and Felt Hats
All of the latest stylos.
Vo would call attention to tho above
lino of Goods as having been selected
byMn.M. MoIniuinv. sui
t M IlntlM. ON"
CHAS. i. F1SHEL
Piioi to thodepMiMire of Mi s ! LiUOiC
fir the vile, mi the ' M VllH'OS ,"
lenviicj, here nhoul Oct, 15, 18.5.1, we
will make a '
A G-rancl Clearance
Nal of 3aaiiiLcry
To Mako Room For Our lixlcnsivo Glocls
AVhich will be purchasc.l by Miss Em
ile.k in person, and is to' arrive huie
about the middle of November. Our ic
duetionsaie Genuine and need only be
seen by Careful Buyers to be appre
ciated. Remnants in all Departments at
half price. Special attention is called
to the above Announcement.
For Variety and low Prices
Be Excelled in this City ! ! '
It will he to the intciest of eer body to
call and se" these Bargains, '.ihulhcr
wishing to bir or not.
All Goods Will l)e Marked
In Plain Figures and
SOLD FOsi CASH ONLY
Chas, J, Fi&hal,
THE LUADINtt MILLINERY HOUSE
Corner Poit nd Hotel Sticets.
Brandt Store Cor. Mcrcliant and Nuuanu Sts
A Fresh Invoice of
Superior Medium Bread
F. A. Schaeier & Co.
IN QUARTS AND PINTS.
IN QUARTS AND PINTS.
IN QUARTS AXD PINTS.
For Sale in Lots to Suit, at
320 lw F. A. SCKAEEER & CO-
Per "Ella." a small lot of
FOR SALE AT
F. A. SCHAEFEE & Co.
150 bbls. Lime
Juot tD hand, per H. W. Almy.
030 2w TIIE0. H. DAVIES & CO.'
NOW I.ANMNO, V.K "XlAI,T."OATi:,"
FOR SALE BY
Ed. H offsch laege v & Co.
COLUMBIA III V Eli,
IN FINE ORDER,
For Stile by,
C2(i 2w IU. I. V.1siiiih.
21,000 PATENT HARD !
CASTLE & COOKE.
Oceanic Steamship Oomp'y.
new and Hlegnnt Meni ihip
MARIPOSA & ALAMEDA,
Will leave Honolulu Toi S.ui F.un
eiseo as follows-
IN A li 1 v o a a .
i '( llnnnluhl Met IA 11' I 'I i
i. i Nan Fia . i-( o S' i I i
I cm1 an FnmeHco.... )t .,lh
I. e v.- 11 moltil.i "o . '."'i- nn
i'nioI f4 111 iy l!. IVH tKiniO-
booked Im .. Ivum- l .'ipli'lng rtt ihe
olllec of tlie ii-xi'iii-.
Pnsongcrs by tlu line i re hereby ho
tilled that they will he nllmw'd .o lbs
of baggage free by tlie OVeil nl .uU
iiy. licti iravi'ling Kast.
h:uuiiAM)isr. intended Tor shipmenl
by thin line will be ra.eivcrl fijo of
charge in the Company's New Ware
house and leeeipts W-ue'l fors'ime.
Txsm'.ANci. on mereliandise, whilst in
the win chouse, will be at owner's risk.
Wst. G. litwix k Co.,
Agents, 0. S3. S. Co.
rfTJV FOK SAN FKANU1SCO
C-S52ai? Tlie clijiper bktno
Jano A Falkinburg,
Goodniun ... Master,
Will nave, quick dispatch for tho above
port. For Height or passage apply to
Casi i.i: & Coom:, Agents
85K l'OK SAN VllAXCISCO-
Howe, . . ii-li",
Will luvc itie'; dispateli for Hie abo
port. For freighl or p,igo .ip'y I''
T. li'if vj:i. iV (. .)., A ;('-.
YOU SN FRANCISCO
The favoiite bgtne
W. K. Dimond,
lloudlelt, - - - Master,
Will have quick dispatch for the aboe
poit. For freight or jiassago apply to
Wm. G. Iuwi.n it Co., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The clipper baik
H. W. Almy,
rreeinan, ... master,
Will have quick dispatch for tlie above
port. For freight or passage apply to
Casti.i: & Cooku, Agents.
Steam Navigation Company's
. IiIHTJB OF STIL13tBKS.
UATES, - - - Commander,
Will run regularly for Kona and Kau :
Luavi:s Honolulu at 4 im. ok
TucMlay, Oct. 9
Fiiday, Oct. 10
Tuesday, Oct. 'M
Friday, Kov. !)
Tuesday, Nov. 20
Friday, IsTov. !10
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Friday, Dec. ii 1
Aititivrs at Kokolulu at 5 v.m:
Tuesday, Oct. 10
Fiiday, Oct. 20
Tuesday, Nov. (J
Friday, Nov. 10
Tucsihvy, Nov. 27
Fiiday, Dec. 7
Tuesday, Dec. 18
Friday, Dec. 28
Tlie C. R. Bisliop,
CAinuiox, - - Commander,
Leaves Honolulu eveiy Monday
at 0 p.m., for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele,
and Waimea, Kauai. Returning, leaves
Nawiliwili eveiy Friday evening.
Tho James Makee,
mcdoxai.u, - - - Commander.
every Thursday, at I! p.m. lorKapaa and
Kilauea. Returning leaves Kauai
every Monday at -1 pmi., and touching at
"Wainae, both ways.
Leaves Honolulu each Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lahain, JNrna
laea Ray, Makona, Malm kona, Ka
waihae, Laupalioehoo and llilo.
Returning, will touch at all tho
aloie ports, arriving at Honolulu
each Sunday a.m. 1
Tin: r.vbr saimno
will run regularly
TO WAIALUA EVERY MONDAY,
Returning on Thursday, weather
For height or passage apply to the
Captain on board, or to
181 A. F. Cooici:. Agent.
WW! wiBraMHMWiii ihwiwtiimiiiwi mmmummmmm
Hawaiian Bell Telephone
Co., Reduction of Rates.
B7VR0M, AND AFTER SEPT. !I0, 18SII,
1? the telephones of this Company
within tho district of Honolulu, .will bo
lentedat the following reduced rales,
For places of business, 8fi per month.
For private residences, $1 per mouth.
Payable quarterly in advance.
Hit) lm .1. F. BnowN, Sccictary.
A HOUSE AND PHEMLSES ON
J Union street, lu.iului of and ad.
joining tlio Bell Tower and Hook &
Ladder premises. The house contains 7
looms and pantry with kitchen, .store,
bath and servants' rooms, and will bo
put In thorough repair before occupancy.
The above picmi-es are ory desirable
for wiuchoitbo sites, being near the birsl.
ness center ot the town and can bo had
for faiieh purposes if desiivd.
Apply to J. M, Mo.VHAiiu.VT.
nil If 27 Meiehant street.
950 itKWAK ii.
LO.ST lietwcen Kaplolanl Faik and
Nuunttu Yalloy, a Blue Satin Note
Case, einbroideiedand lined with white
silk, containing 2 United States gieen.
backs, 100 each; 1 United Slides gieen
hack, 30; Letter of Credit fiom Coutts
& Co., and Pilvato Paper. The above
uiwaid will ho paid on the letuiii of the
siune loTtiKO. II. Daviks & Co.. or tho
023 POLICE STATION.
Ladies' and Gent's
Gold and Silver "Watches
Just to hand.
Every "Watch warranted as
Facsimile of Silver Cases
Actual "wo ighb.
sUmpcd.M.WIbd.MitNo ! A pncjjIamjBi.U.wllluutTiiAoe Mabk
UtS.MINTASSAVl IB K UHITCDSTATES MINTASSAV
105 & to7 : fort stkeet, Honolulu.
w' 3 J. i ,,
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Inclinling' tlio Very T5ost Assortment of Holiday Goods
OieiiiiDay, Saturday, Octoner 2011883.
Cutcs all allections of tho
v LITER AND KIDNEYS . -r
It Quenches Thirst, '
It Kestores Ilesilth,
It Invigorates the entire System.
ON DRAUGHT AT
PALMER & THACI-IER'S
:-l8 Bottled to Ordes-. Drink it!
LOST on Ha tin day night on Hotel st.
A double English Traveling Rug,
a dyed bheepkin loot rug, and an em
broidored dust-wrap, The above re.
waid will be paid on returning sumo to
KiO G. W. MAOFARLANE & Co
OiUeu Hup't Water Works,
Honolulu, July U, 1882.
ALL persons having Water Privileges
are notiiled that their Water Rates
mo payable fccmi-nnnunlly, in advance,
at tho officii of tho Superintendent of
Water Woiks, foot of Nuiianu street,
upon tho 1st dav of .lauuarv and .Tuly of
each vear. Oil AS, B. WILSON,
Sup't A ator Works
B. K. Kaai, Minister of Interior. 201
WJf ji "J'AaHg'Lii'V1 irrnT,?TUHJ'L im
Arcntfor this Kin ((torn
N. li. Beware of imita
tions, as I have discovered
several silver watches bear
ins; tlie, name of " "Walthaiii
Watches," winch are of Swiss
Manufacture, and arc sold as
genuine "Waltham switches.
Fac-similc ot Gold Cases
1 1 i
into t.Iiis Kingdom.
AND TRANSFER COMPLNY.
Oax Rkmovi: llousiuiou) Fuiiituiiu,
PIANOS, BAGGAGE, ETC
BETTER THAW EVER
Residents of tho other Islands can iu
future be, accommodated iu every man.
ner desired. Written instructions by
mall will bo faithfullv attended to. Ad
dress Post-offlco Box No. 832. Telephone
Wilkinson's Express and Transfer Co.
020 Om No. 00 King street Honolulu.
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