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ITESDAY, OCT. 7, 1881.
SUN, MOON AND SEA.
All time fiom noun of to-day, Oct. 7
Sun Sct "i .'J.
Sun ltlus 17 ;, .
.Moon Usc S :is.
High Tide (MiiaU) (loo.
High Tide (largo; 18 III).
WISH 4M UI!VTIIM(
'I und tiom noon jcrtciiliiy:
aIHciI'lcI'bI. 'llifiiiiometer Itnln.
, 4h I li I 2-Jli till I !Ui I lsh lltolSh
so.oi ito oj I sn.li 8io I 770 ;o e o.lo
Wlml, SV. Unlit; Hky, lm.; ben, cmootli.
Dlninomt Heml, Oft. 7, 3p.it
Light S. W. wind.
" OCEANIC S. S. CO.
roil HAN rilAMMoUl).
Mm ipo-tu Leaves Honolulu, Oct. 15
Alaniedu.... Leaves Honolulu. Nov. 1st
PACIFIC MAIL S. S. CO.
VOn AUCKLAND AND fiVDNKY !
Stmr City of Sydwy Nov 1
l'OH HAN V1IANCISCO.
Stmr Australia Oct. 20
Slinr Mokolll from Wlnduiud Port
Slinr Kinun for Wlndwaul Ports
Stmr Iwnlanl for Kauai
Stmr 0 K Blhop for lluiniikuii
Stmr Kiluncn lion for Wlndwaul Pmts
Schr Nrttii Merrill for Lahalnii
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Jlokolii for Windwaid Torts
Schr Maiitioknwnl for Koolau
VESSELS IN P.ORT.
11 I J M Tsnkuba, Arldjl
S S Bordeaux, Phllipot
Ship El Dorado, HiiiiipliileiJ
Ilktne Eiucku, Leo
Hark 0 U HlMiop, Woltcrs
Ilk Foiet Queen, Ncllson
For Windward Pmts, per ICinaii, Oct
7 MUs AK Hitchcock, Sirs Barnaul,
O D Fieoth, L A ThuiMon and wife, C
Afong, J It Robert-son, XV Goodale. .1 31
Horner, MUs .Horner. XV W Gibson,
and Miss Baldwin.
Stmr Mokolii brought 251 bags of
Migar, 50 bugs of taro, 121 sheep,
hides, 25 pigs and 1 hor.-e.
Tho Captain of the brig Tew era says
the vessel is not leaking very badly now,
as llicic eie. only 5 feet of water In tho
hold this morning. He iiUo siys that If
the leak docs not increase hu can he
repaired where she Is now, but
should It become gieater she will go on
the Mailno Itailway, and after being
thoroughly rcpahed and made sea
worthy, flic will proceed on her course
to San Franeieo, wheic she will load
for Tahiti. The Tew era is about 20
The bktuo Eureka w ill sail to-morrow
morning for San FirnoUco with -1740
bags of sugar and 020 bags of l ice. Val
In this city, October 7th, at 2 i M.,
bv the Itcv. Dr. Damon. William Whlt
nioie Goodale, of Wailuku, Maul, to
Miss Emma March, daughter of lion.
11. M. Whitney, Poitniastcr-Gcneral of
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
II. I. J. M.'s S. Tsukuba leaves
to-morrow afternoon for Japan.
Tnu Honolulu Killcs meet for tliill
this evening. Every member is ex
pected to bo present.
'I'm: Foreign Jurors for the Octo
ber term arc required to meet next
Monday morning at 10 o'clock.
AVi: buy for cash, and sell for
cash; therefore can, and do, sell
cheap. King Bros. 835 3t
As we go to press the bark Cai-
barian is off Coco Head, Hying a
llag which shows she has powder on
Cauiskt Photos S3 per doz, cards
SI per doz at Sun l'carl Gallery,
corner of King and Fort sticctB, for
merly A. A. Montano'b. 82G tf
Mn. M. T). Monsarrat has one
hundred ncies of land adjoining Kn-
piolani Park for sale. Call and bee
Tub funeral of the late Sister
Mary CJnro will take place this
afternoon at 4 o'clock, from St.
Tin: conceit at the Hotel this
ovening, by tho Koycil Hawaiian
Band, is in honor of Mrs. Judgo
Hall, of Nevada, who is staying at
At Sacramento State Fair, Sep
tember 0th, a two-year-old horse
named Kismet trotted a mile in
2 :30h the fastest time ever made in
a two-year-old race.
i . . . .
Lyons & Levey will sell to-morrow
morning, at 10 o'clock, ou the pre
mises, comer of Nuiionu and Marine
streets, the cntiro lot of furniture,
Attires, and a soda fountain.
,t,Tiiu Court will sit in Banco, Wed
nesday, October loth.
Tin: b.nk C. It. Bishop is going
on the Maiino Itaihrny this evening.
Samit.i. Noll is Commander of tho
(.ico. W. I)c Long Post, and not
John Nott as stated by us yesterday.
The mistake was not intentional.
S. .1. Li:vi:y & Co., will receive
per S. S. Mniiposa, line assortment
of fresh fruit, llsli and vegetables.
Call early and secure your choice.
Mn. J. 11. Wiseman is authorized
by the President of the Hawaiian
Bell Telephone Co., to collect all
accounts due that Company for the
use of telephones.
By the steamer Likclike yesterday,
Ihiity-five of the vccently-anivcd
Portuguese immigrants were forwar
ded to Paia Plantation, Maui. Thir
teen of them were children.
As we go to press Bandmaster
Bcrgcr and his boys arc at the
Immigration Depot, Kakaako, de
lighting and astonishing the ncwly
anived Portuguese immigrants.
Tin: Tax Appeal Board did not
sit this morning, owing to the illness
of Mr. F. II. Hayseldcn. Judge
Bickcrton has fixed the time for 1
o'clock to-morrow, at the Polirc
Tin: steamer Oregon lias made
another quick passage. This time,
she was only C days, 8 houis and 30
minutes, going from New York to
Quecnstown, beating her former
Tin: captain of the schooner Bob
Hoy lost a SCO bill yesterday after
noon between the Post olllice and
Lowers & Cooke's store. He willbc
glad to have it returned, as tho loss
to him is rather se ere.
Tin: Oceanic S. S. Mariposa is
due to-morrow morning witli four
days later news. She will bring the
paper mail for the stationers, so
make an Oat of it and don't let us
have to Thrum it in to you.
Lr.wis & Co. will receive per S. S.
Mariposa, on Wednesday, Oct. 8th,
Fresh California salmon on ice,
Eastern oysters in tins, Eastern
oysters in shell and a largo assort
ment of choice California fruits on
ice. Call early. 830 It.
Is Mr. Charles Furncaux's study
yesterday, wc saw a small but beau
tiful painting of Ililo Bay, showing
the schooner Emma Claudina at an
chor, also II. B. M. S. Constance.
In the distance is Cocoanut Island,
the whole effect being very pretty.
Cinu boasts the fastest ship of
war. It is named Esmeralda, and
its record of mean speed is eighteen
and a quarter knots an hour. The
ship appears to be so completely
armed that it is called a floating
In the base-ball championship of
the United States, up to September
ICth, the Providence Club had won
75 games ; Boston, G.r ; New York,
51 ; Buffalo, 5d ; Chicago, 50 ; Cleve
land, 32 ; Philadelphia, 31 ; Detroit,
AVe aio glad to learn that the
Koatl Supervisor lias had those holes
filled up on tho Wnikiki road. It
would be Hart-less tp expect him to
prevent the road from the Wnikiki
Church to the Park from blowing
away as it is doing. ,
Tiiur.r. drunks in the Police Court
this morning. Maiola, for assault
and batter' on Ah Oil's nasal mem
ber, was sent over tho reef for 12
days. E. Duel, for peeping in be
tween persons' blinds lato in the
evening, was lcprininndcd and dis
charged. . . . .
Tin: following aro numbers of.
Portuguese immigrants being ship
ped this afternoon and their desti
nation: Koliala, 13; Kcciprocity
Sugar Co., Maui, 38 ; Paauhau, 35 ;
llakalau, 02 ; Kukuihaclc, 12 ; Hono
kau, 12; Lnupahochoc, 23; Ono
mca, 25 ; and Paauhau, 12. Messrs.
E. C. Eislidurno & Co. aro doing
the shipping in a thoroughly satis
Ilooic & Ladder Co. held their
usual monthly meeting last evening.
Twelve new members were elected.
Ticasuier Ilcniclc reported that
there was n possibility of the com-i
pany soon having a new truck', and
also repotted progress with icgard
to now helmets. The company
decided to celebrate Thanksgiving
Hay in true Yankee style.
At the, SupicmcC'ouit, in the case
of Kaui charged with perjury, the
jury ycsteuluy afternoon i (.'turned a
verdict of not guilty. This morning
Keenuiuoku was tried for muiming
(mother native. Tho jury brought
in a verdict of guilty nnd a sentenco
of ten days' imprisonment was
FitOM His. Kx. Gov. Domiuis wo
learn that the annual vacation of tho
Itoyal Hawaiian Band will commence
on Thursday morning next and ex
tend over a month. We are sure
everyone will join and wish our
worthy bandmaster and lu3boys a
very pleasant vacation. They ccr- (
tainly have earned it.
Yi:stkui)AV Messrs. Thomas May
and P. C. Jones, Jr., presented the
last will and testament of Henry
May, deceased, to the Supremo
Court, and petitioned that it be
admitted to probate, and that letters
testamentary be grautcd them as
executors named in the will. The
estate consists of real estate in Ho
nolulu valued at $10,000, and other
property, investments, etc., at
S 180,000. January 12th, 188.", is
the day appointed by tiie Court for
homing the petition.
Tins afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
residence of Hon. II. M. Whitney,
Postmaster general, Kcwalo, King
Street, his daughter, Mis3 Emma
March was, united in marriage to
Mr. William Whitmoro Goodale,
who is connected with the Paia
plantation, Maui. Tho ceremony
was performed by the Itcv. Dr.
Damon, in the presence only of the
immediate facials and relatives of
the family. Later the happy couple
proccdccd by the Kiuau to their
future home on Maui. The Bulle
tin joins in wishing the newly-married
couple a long life of happiness and
Tin: following extracts are from
the inaikct review of tlio San Fran
cisco Weekly Commercial Jrcics of
Sept. 19th: "In leflncd sugar an
active maikct is reported, tho pro
duct of the three refineries being
absorbed almost as fast as produced ;
grocery grades of Hawaiian arc iii
fair demand, and have sold to the
extent of 1,000 packages within the
week at current rates." Of rice,
"Hawaiian lias advanced and is now
quoted Arm at .')Jc. cash, with sales
during the week of 1,000 bags in
lots at 5 c. ; at tho closo the maikct
has a strong upward tendency."
Qum: a party of ladies and gen-
tlemen rode out to Wnikiki last
uiglit to welcome back to Honolulu
Sir. P. II. W. Hoss, who lately re
turned with his wife and family by
the steamer llordeaux. The paity
met Sir. and Sirs. Boss returning
from visiting a neighbor, and Mis.
Boss, not being used to these pleas
ant moonlight rides, could not ima
gine what was going to happen, un
til the riders swooped down upon
them, when they all had a good
laugh at the dismay so many horses
caused. After partaking of some
refreshments, and a good long chat,
they wished the young couple Aloha
Nui and returned to town. It is
surprising wo do not come across
more of these healthful moonlight
Eight incendiary llrcs were set in
one dny in Cleveland, Ohio. Tho
people are excited under the appre
hension that an organized band is
trying to burn tho city.
OPPEU FOK SALE,
I3v Recent .iVrrlvulw,
Plhencr Bier, In quarts anil pints,
Superior Clarets, us Chateau Litour,
Champagnes, of Chos. Fane, Cat to
Blanche, Le llrim Prerc & Co.,
Best Schiedam Olu, In tonu mid yluss,
Brandies of all kinds',
Superior Poit and Shei rj ,
Malaga Wine, JIadeiiii,
Curasao, Orange Bllteis,
Crcino do Pmlluuj, Croino do Cacao,
Einptv Demijohns, , 1, 3 and 5 gulU,
AIeo, 'Best Portland Cement, ot Steh-
man & Llufman,
Patent Steel 4-pnlnt Barb Who, at gioat.
ly reduced prices,
Sugar, ltlco and Paddy Btigx, ,
Pianos of illireront multure.
For Salo by
Ed, IIOPPSCHLAr.CJKH & Co..
822 fiw Queen Street.
Books nnd Accounts and Cus
tom Houso Business prompt
ly, carefully and accurately
J. E. WISEMAN,
General Husincss Agent, Merchant St,
Telephono 172 P. 0. Box 315.
Quarterly Bills !
Quarterly Bills !
Jno. A. Palmer
Will distributo and collect
Olllce, Campbell's Hlock, upstairs,
lit ltoom No. 7. 8!50
astok no u sir
70 Hotel Street.
C J. MCCARTHY Prop'tor.
Best Manila, Havana and Amorioan
Cigars on Hand.
Ficsh Vanity Fair, Little Beauties, Gold
liar, Tlireo King-! and the Pet
Chowing and Smoking Tobacco,
Cut Foil and Plug.
The IJilllnid Tables of this cxt'ililisli-
incnt lmo been recovered ami
leveled, which inukes them
the best In town.
Qingcr Alo and Soda Water on Ice.
t3F" Call ami tee inc. ia
O it fc i -&xg t in a 1c o i
No. 03 Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Walking Sticks,
Sialic of every kind of
Brackets, Cornices, Curtain Pole?, Ac.'
made ot the latest designs.
ti Tin; j.aihi'.s or iioxoi.ui.ti
DKESSMAKEll. having returned'
has resumed business.
Feathers Cleaned, Dyed ami Curled In
all the newest shades.
Comer of Kin? and ltichanl Streets.
By .luck SIuloiic, he by Lexington.
1st iluni, Ivy Leaf, bv Imported Austra
lian: 2nd iliuii. Buy Flower, bv Lo.xIiil'-
ton; 3rd dam, Bu" Leaf, by Imported
Yorkshire: -lth dnm, Imported SInriu
Black, by Pliilo da Put-ih, etc., etc.
Itiviuir wus brcdattliogri'it Wood
bum Farm, near Lexington, Ky., by the
lute It. A. Alexander, nnd was sold to
W. L. l'ritcliard, of Sacramento, Cul.,
for i?.",00l. Ho stands 1GK hands,
weighs 1,001 lbu., and is n bright chest
nut color. During his lacing career he
downed many a favorite, and won ninny
a hatful of money for his owners, anil
proved himself one of the greatest of
horses over a distance, most of his races
being at two ami four miles. He lias
already sired several eolts'ln California
that uro wlnneii), among which are
Lizzie Dunbar. Young Buynar, Sophia,
nnd another called the Bu.aar Minerva
Colt, ho being out of Minerva by Iiu
poitcd Leamington, tho sire of Parole
nnd Iroquois. Llzlc Dunbar greatly
distinguished herself lust yeur in her
two.yuar.nld form by defeating one of
the largest fields ot twn.year.oIda thnt
ever stinted hi California, aninug which
wero the two beautiful Miles brought
hero lustSpiing by Sir. Agneiv, distance
fu mile; time, 1.0 tho fastest time on
record for two-year.olds at the distance.
This year she has won wcral Important
events, and has proved hoisclf to bo a
Jiiminr has now been brought buck
to Honolulu, and will remain heru tho
balance ot tills year, and breeders, horso
owners and stock raisers should avail
themselves of thu opportunity to obtain
Ids services while they have the chuueo.
Tenuis 9-10. Payable at tlnio of
The Imported Clydcsdalo Stallion
Donald IMiuiIc, Jr., will stand nt
tho same timu and place at B'.W for the
season, lie wii3 bred In Canada, sired
liy Imported Donald Dlnnlc, and out of
an Imported Clydesdale mure. Ho is a
beautiful dapple grey, 10 hands high,
and weighs U00 lbs.: Is very active,
nnd as flno a largo horse as could ho
AUo, tho tints largo Imported Ken
tucky .luck Nainpsoii. This Is ono
of tho largest Jacks that wo could llud
In California, and Is an animal of Im
mense bono; Is a very sure breeder, and
should ho liberally patronized, as ho is
ono of tho very best animals of his
Kind, 'l'orniht . mr ino season.
The public aro cordially Invited to
call und Inspect tho ubovo animals.
Slarshliehl, Sept. 15,1881. 818 tf
Stallions nl Mania
Grand and Successful Opening
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Opposite the New Bank Building, ForiSL;
The general public are invited
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, und an Elegant
and complete toek of Ladies', Gent's, Slispcs', Children's,
and Infants' Shoes.
!; OOHIV e CO
DILLINGHAM & Co.
Importers & Dealers in Hardware & Agricultural Implements,
Ets., Eic, Clc.
Fen co "Wire smtl Staples, Kerosene Oil a specialty.
Paints, Varnishes, Turpentine,
House Furnishing Goods, Plated Ware, &c, &c.
Selling at Cost for 30 Days !
To mnkc room Tor n Fiarxc Ktock of
New Goods to Arrive Soon
From Lonilon, New York, anil S.m FraurUcu.
All stook on hand during tho next 30 days will be sold for cash,
confuting in part of
Pianos, Organs, Accordeons, Guitars,
AND ALL KINDS OP MUSrO GOODS.
Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Centre Tables,
Chairs, Lounges, Paintings, Engravings, Chronios,
Anil a Large Variety of Fancy Goods.
725 Im JLTSTCAJS Sc Co.
Just Koccivcil ox S S Ahiniciln,
GrajBs, Pears, Pirns. Peaclcs, Arales and Colorr.
Eastern Oysters in tins and shell.
Ami a full line of Frcxli Staple i!ructritN.
Island Oiilcrs solicited. Telephono No. 210. P. O. llox 2!)?. (76J
ii. u. ritr.ETii.
W. O. l-EACOCK !
Freeth & Peacock,
lilt Nuiiaiui SI tee t.
JIUNOI.VU!, U. I.
WINE & SPIRIT
General Commission Morchanls,
OFFER FOR BALL
At the LowcNt JlnrUet Itatet
a huso nnd well selected stock of
thiCholc(fitaiul most Favorite
lirnmla of '
Ac, ic., &c.,
All Goods Guaranteed,
nnd orders lllleil promptly.
Telephono 40. P. O. Hot 300.
to givo us a call and inspect,
Etc.. Etc., Etc.
ki:nni:dv i co.)
67 & 69 Hotel St
A Larece Assorliit
White & Colored Mattin
- roil b vi.i:
At tho lowest Prices'
at A. S. Clcghorn & Go's ..
SEi: "WO TAI & Co. (composed of Ho
Yce, Ho Pa Yut, Ho On .nnd Mine
Wn) having nought from Lo Sam Sing
tho Kice Plantation, with the house, em
tio anil Impliments, t Wiihniiln, Ewn,
Islnnd of Oahu, which tho sulil Lo Sim
Sing bought fiont thu Sum Hop Coin,
pany (composed of Lo Kan Fook and
Ah Uhnn), hereby glvo notice that all
claims ugainst tho enld Plantation to
(Into aro to he settled by tho said Lo Sam
Shif,'. All persons nro warned against
cutting ticoa on the estate nt the follow
ing Lands: Kniilu, Ainu Loi; ICahnlnu,
Aina Lot; Knnmluml, Aina Loi; Pna-kca-ikl,
ho Pnuonu Loco; ind ICnpou.
wela, Aina Kolu.
SHE WO TAI & CO.
Wulinaln, August 27th, 1681.
Hall l'i'Oi;riuniiie8 !
NEW DESIGNS, just received from
San Francisco. ntTiiE Daily llut.
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