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DAILY BULLETIN "WEEKLY StBIMAJRY: HONOLULU; H. I., AUGUST 27, 1888.
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Mr. Frank M. Clark, who, with
Iris All-Star Ooinpr y, guvo several
performance at s Opera llouso
here, about a r ago, was a
through passungi liy the S. S.
Mariposa, this mow ing. Mr. 'Clark
goes to Now York for another com
pany and will Ming tlicm ont for
the Colonics, stopping several days
at Honolulu and giving a number of
entertainments. Mr. Clark has not
decided of what specialty this new
company shall be. They will all be
stars, however, whether they be tra
gedians, comedians, comic opera
singers, or n variety troop. Mr.
Clark also expect a troup from
London to shortly follow his New
York company, and he will have
them also stop for a while at this
THE RETURH MATCH.
The return target shooting con
test between the Hyacinth and Ha
waiian lxiflo Association teams at the
II. U. A. range, Saturday, resulted
in another victory for the Honolulu
marksmen by M points. Following
is a full score of the shooting:
II. II. M. S. HYACINTH TUAM.
200 vds: 3 3
tOO yds: -if)
GOOydsi: 8 5
.", ! !1 -l 0-'J5
4 it 0 .! 221
o '1 0 0 1520
o ;j 3
Capt. Charles Nilsson, owner and
master of the schooner Walehu, was
drowned at Kuau, Maui, on Sunday
August 19th. The crew after secur
ing the vessel asked for and obtain
ed liberty to spend the day ashore,
consequently all hands went. The
captain, however, remained on the
landing while the crew went up to a
native ohurch on the hill. They
had not bocn gone long when one of
them saw the captain going off to
the vessel alone in the boat. It was
blowing hard at the timo and occa
sionally large seas would run in.
lie saw the danger the captain was
in and gave the alarm to the other
two, when they all hurried down to
the landing, but only in time to sec
the boat struck by a heavy sea,
which careened her over and preci
pitated the captain into the sea.
The sailors immediately swam out
to the boat, but befoie they got
there the captain was drowned. All
attempts to recover the body proved
futile. The vessel arrived this
inorniny in charge of the mate who
brought the sad news of the acci
dent. Aug. 22.
500 yds :
500 yds :
Staff Surgeon Yeo
200 yds :
500 "yds :
GOO yds :
2 a 5 l 5
15 3 5 0-
2 1 0-12 M
1 3 428
5 5 -123
L 3 52-1
4 115 1 l 1-
o a a o 5 5 4-
4 4 5 4 3 3 4-
200 yds :
GOO yds :
5 4 4
3 5 5
4 4 2
n. it. A. TEAM.
THE ORGAN RECITAL.
The third of the series of Organ
Recitals was given on Thursday
evening, by Mr. Wray Taylor, A.'
GUI. O., in Kaumakapili Church,
to a large and appreciative audience
The programme included works by
Dr. Cbipp, ISatjstc, Delbruck, Dr.
Sparke and Dr. Tours, each of
which Mr. Taylor played with his
usual skill. Mrs. ,T. 11. I'aty sang
Handel's "Angels ever bright and
fair," with much taste and expres
sion. The programme also con
tained two other organ .solos which
were played by Mr. M. II. Jones,
Organist of the Central Union
Church, and two choruses, sung
by the Honolulu Arion Society,
which were listened to with marked
attention. Princess Liliuokaluni
graced the occasion by her pre
sence. It is very gratifying to notice
that these organ recitals are becom
ing popular, for they are certainly
worth listening to and an hour pass
ed at these entertainments is not
A CRUEL JOKE.
On Saturday afternoon, a plain
citizen of Honolulu, accompanied by
an unsophisticated and gullible
friend, entered the ofllco of one of
our large concerns and after having
discussed for some little time the
topics of the day, the representative
of the concern, impelled by a seem
ingly brotherly regard for the physi
cal welfare of his visitors, quietly
. asked them if they would take some
thing. With alacrity his invitation
was accepted, the plain citizen's
eyes sparkling with the anticipation
of a rare treat, whilst over the child
like and bland features of the un
sophisticated there stole a smile so
sweet and satisfied that was charm
ing to behold, and his hands, which
he held crossed behind his back,
affectionately toyed with each other.
With an air of secrecy the host in
vited them behind the deBk rail, and
after scanning the surroundings to
sec that no intruders were near,
deliberately opened a drawer, and
drew therefrom and exposed to the
eager gaze of his visitors a bottle of
no, not of whiskey nor beor but
red ink. Ah, "what a fall was there
my countrymen !" The cruel, cruel
joke had been played, and the two
visitors, the plain citizen and the
gullible, disappointed to almost
heart breaking, sadly and gently
gathered themselves together and
quit the abode of the tempter,
drier, if not wiser, men.
GOO yds :
C. II. Nicoll
200 yds :
200 yds :
200 yds :
500 yds :
GOO yds: 5
200 yds : 5
500 yds : 4
GOO yds : 5
200 yds :
4 5 3 428
2 4 3 5 2G
4 5 2 520
1 4 4 2G
5 4 2 427
2 3 4 323
4 5 4 4 430
3 3 3 4 323
3 3 3 4 524
A BROKEN ROLLER.
Last Saturday n roller of Kckaha
Mill, Kauai, broke down. The
schooner Liholiho vent to Elcelo
Mill to get a spare roller, and tak
ing it to Kckaha, that mill resumed
grinding on Tuesday. The Mika
hala took the broken roller on board
at Kckaha this last trip, and caino
to Honolulu a day ahead of her
regular time, to have it fixed at the
foundry, in onh r that it may be
taken back on Tuesday.
Mr. Maby, writing from the Vol
cano House, under date of August
20th, gives the following news. At
7:30 o'clock this morning (August
20th) a heavy shock of earthquake
was felt and Madame Pole went into
fiery convulsions. The crater, all
around the cone is a boiling, surging
mass of liquid fire. The variations
of temperature for the week ending
August 20th were between 78 and
5G degrees. About half an inch of
rain fell during the week.
It is reported that the notorious
prisoner, who jumped overboard
from the U. S. S. Omaha, one night
last week, is now sailing on the
briny deep. The report says that
at four bells, 10 o'clock, in accord
ance with previous arrangement, a
boat was nenr the how of the Omaha,
and at the striking of the bells the
sentvy on duty turned his back,
while the prisoner, whose irons had
been filed off, jumped overboard. It
is further said that the prisoner was
picked up by the boat in waiting,
and taken on board the bark Wool
lahra, where he is now supposed to
Late Foreign Ibis.
Per S. S. Australia.
4 4 4
4 4 5
5 5 3L
Grand total 497
Thirty years auo to-day the bank
ing house of Jiishop & Co., was
founded. Starting at the little otlice,
now occupied by Alex. J. Cart
wright, Esq., corner of Kaahuinanu
and Queen streets, the bank gradual
ly grew to its present eminence In
1875, Mr. J. II. Paty was admitted
into the firm and in 1881, Mr. S. M.
Damon, which gentlemen constitute
the present company. The House
has an honorable name and reputa
tion, second to none, at home and
abroad. The Hawaiian Band cele
brated the 30th anniversary of the
institution by playing a programme
of choice music in front of the bank
ing premises this morning.-Aug. 17.
With the re-opening of the famous
Tichbourne case in England there is
more or less interest in any person
who may have been connected with
the real Tichbourne or the claimant.
There is now in Honolulu an indi
vidual who has been living obscurely
in other parts of the islands for
some time, who has confided to a few
an interesting story, which, if true,
may be conclusive proof of the
death of Sir Eoger. This man
claims to have been with him and to
hare buried him on Sydney Island ;
and he tells hi3 story with a simpli
city and apparent veracity which
would be valuable evidence. He
contemplates leaving the islands
soon, and it seems a pity the British
Government could not "induce him
to proceed to Sydney Island in a
war-vessel and there discover and
produce the bones of Sir Roger from
the grave which he claims he dug.
ARRIVAL OF THE DIM0ND.
The barkeutinc W. II. Dimond,
Captain E. P. Drew, arrived this
morning, 12A days from San Fran
cisco, with a full cargo of miscella
neous merchandise and one cabin
nasscnacr. The Dimond made a
straight track down, almost a bee
line, and accomplished more than
lmlf the distance in fivo days. She
.walked away from the Pacific Coast
with a stiff N. W. breeze ; picked
up the island trades in the usual
-place. During the run one whole
dolphin and four dolphin heads woro
' hauled on board with a lino. In
the Jatter case tho fish arc said to
have held tho water so fast that
their heads were pulled off 1 lho
Dimond docked near the O. b. b.
wharf, with a powder signal flying.
' On the deck of tho Dimond came a
now foremast for tho schooner Mol
Wahine. Captain. Dreiy is looking
us well as ever, and is full of funny
stories about traveling wool mer
chants and- political lodges.
RETURN OF THE LILIAN.
The bark Lilian, which arrived
Sunday irom Hongkong via Amoy,
is docked at the old Custom House
wharf. In the China Sea. the Lilian
encountered a typhoon, and for six
days struggled with the wind and
sea. The sun was not seen once
during the entire six days, and the
vessel was under hare poles the
greater part of tho time. A succes
sion of heavy squalls followed the
typhoon. The Lilian went as far as
41 (leg. North. In 40 deg. North a
playful whale struck the vessel at
the bow, frightening all hands and
shaking the bark violently. Tho
Lilian received the gale which re
cently swept across this island, and
her bow was damaged considerably
by huge seas. She lias 5 Chinese
passengers, G of whom became
paralysed during the passage. She
also "brought three boats, two for
sale nnd one for Mr. Watcrhouse.
One of the two first mentioned was
cold this morning to llob Davis for
?85. The Lilian comes consigned
to Wing Wo Chan & Co.
General Sheridan is dead.
A great and disastrous fire has oc
curred at Chattanooga, Tenn.
Cleveland is said to disclaim any
intention of modifying his tariff
views. lie has taken his attitude
after careful thought, and will stick
The convent of the Sacred Heart,
New York, has been destroyed by
Von Moltke has been placed on
the retired list.
Three hundred and fifty auxiliary
troops under tho command of Italian
officers have been slain by the Abys
siniaus. Maxwell, the murderer, has been
A despatch from India says:
There are are 3000 reinforced Thi
betans in the Joliapla pass. A Bri
tish force 185 strong with i moun
tain guns is marching to attack
It is said that the Russian Minis
ter at Bucharest is organising a plot
to excite an uprising in Albania.
Flottc, the communist, is dead.
The amount of damages which
Parnell asks for in his suit against
the "Times" is 50,000.
The Turkish Government is
strongly opposed to the new railroad
from Paris to Para, and refuses to
recognise the present train as an
official opening of the road.
The yellow fever panic still con
tinues in Jacksonville, Fla. People
are leaving bv eyerv known means
"While General Boulanger wa3
driving in an open carriage at St.
Jean Argcly on August 12th Pro
fessor Perrin fired five shots at him
from a revolver. Two peasants
were wounded, but General Boulan
gcr was untouched.
A conspiracy to choat the Mani
toba Government has been un
earthed. The City of New Yrork with Jas.
G. Blaine and party on board arriv
ed in New York, Aug. 10th.
The papers of the late Emperor
Frederick taken from Germany by
Queen Victoria, it is alleged almost
provoked an international difficulty.
Bismarck notified the Queen the pa
pers were tho property of Germany
and she must return them. The
Queen refused. Bismarck's next
summons was more vigorous and
addressed to Loid Salisbury, accom
panied by a threat that unless the
papers were restored he would send
an army to London to accomplish
their restoration. The Queen held
out for some time, but as it appears,
The Zululand crisis is ended.
Tho English are masters of tho situ
ation. All opposition is crushed.
The City of New York on hor first
trip irom England to New York was
laid up twelve hours on the first day
out by the breaking of a pump.
Subsequent dayfa she made 420,
441, 425 and 448 knots respectively
and there was no attempt to make
fast time either.
A volcanic eruption lias occurred
in the Mediterranean Sea.
A case of yellow fever was dis
covered on board a vessel in New
York harbor. The vessel was quar
antined, but the man died.
The following tenders were re
ceived at the Interior Department
for the filling in nnd grading of Ala-
pai and Ilalekauila streets:
J. Alapai $4,540 00
W. C Achi 3,1)50 00
J. N. Kaiaikawaha 2,903 If)
Harrison & Howell 2,385 40
T. Graham Giibble 1,500 00
The contract was awarded to tup
Tuesday, August 21.
Quiti: a larKO number of Dersons
visited the yacht Coronet this morn
ing, The hark Lady Lampson was 30
days from tbia port to Ban Fran
cisco, on her bitt trip.
A liusT painting of a Kona girl by
Mr. Barnsiield ia pn yiew at King
Bros,, aud js quite a btudy.
His Excellency Jona. Austin, Min
ister oi'Foroign Affairs, is confined
to his homo through sickness.
Govkrkoii Dominis paid a visit to
II. 15. M. S. Espieglc this morning,
and lcccivcd 14 guns on leaving.
Mil?. McNnir, wife of tho Captain
of the U. S. S. Omaha, is stopping at
Johnson's, Waikiki, aud will sail for
Hongkong to join her Husband, by i
tho vessel expected hero on 27th.
Mk. Alfred Branch, acting for tho
Honolulu Boat Club, challenged the
U. S. S. Vandalia for a six-oared boat
race, this morning. Tho race will be
for $200 and is to come oil' within ten
Ti'E U. S. S. Mohican arrived at
San Francisco on tho 4th inst., and
has gone into tho navy yanl. Mrs.
Ripley reached San Francisco on the
day her husband and the Mohican
left, for tho yard.
The officers of tho various volun
teer military companies met at the
Itities' Armory last night, to elect a
Colonel. V. V. Ashford was elected.
The balloting stood: Ashford 18, Do
minis 12, Nowlcin 1, Godfrey 1. The
vote was ultimately made unani
mous. Wednesday, August 22.
The Captain and Officers of the
U. S. S. Dolphin, were presented to
His Majesty, at the Palace this noon.
The U. S. S. Alert has been order
ed here from Cnllao, and, it is re
ported, that on bur arrival here, tho
Vandalia will sail for California.
Tin: decision of the full Court (ex
cepting Judge Dole, absent) in tlie
Macfarlane conspiracy case, was de
livered this moining, overruling the
exceptions in relation to the jury.
A farewell party was held on
board the Yacht Coionet last even
ing. 'The Coronet left at 12:15 to
dav. saluted the Island and after-
waids the men-of-war. Mr. and Mis.
Dillingham and Mr. (ti.U'iihalgb
went out in her, and upon leaving
her, were saluted by guns.
Ox tho 2Sth of this month the U.
S. S. Flagship Vandalia will have
been here one year. She arrived oil'
port on the evening of the 27th, 1887,
but did not enter the harbor until
the morning of the 2Stb. On Tues
day next, a reception will be held on
board the vessel in honor of the an
niversary of her arrival here.
Captain Hopkins collared a Chi
naman with a two-pound cylinder tin
of opium last evening. The package
had come through tho mail. Almost
at the same hour Mr. John Markham
arrested Chas. Johnson, third cook
on tho S. S. Australia, with four tins
of opium. Johnfcon pleaded guilty
in the Police Couit this morning and
was fined $50.
Eleven hundred photographs of
island views, by Mr. Jas. Williams,
will be sent by the Government to
lho Melbourne Exhibition. These
views ciirbracc plantation life, char
acteiistio native scenes, and views of
natural scenery. The majority of
the pictures will bo placed in 20 large
albums, while the largest pictures
will be framed. After the Melbourne
Exhibition, these photographs are to
be placed in the Museum there, per
manently. Thursday, August 23.
Thk pile diiver has finished its
work at Kinc street bridge.
Palama road, at the Chinese
theatre, is being made about 10 feet
wider on the seaward side.
Mn. David Manaku, Assistant Postmaster-General
is able to be out again
after a long illness.
Mn. A. Marques purposes leaving
on the Mariposa for an extended trip
II. B. M. S. Espieole bwept the
harbor and city with her electric
search light last night.
The bill to abolish tho office of
Governor passed over the King's veto
by a vote of 40 to 2, Ibis afternoon.
Tho liquor saloons weie closed yes
terday, by order of the Marshal, but
were permitted to reopen at 0 o'clock
in the evenjng.
A laiige painting of Mrs. Captain
Berry, by a Chinese artist,taken from
a photograph, came by tho bark
Lilian from Hongkong.
In May of next year, a now steam
whaler, William LewiB, built at Bath,
Maine, and very different from other
steam whalers, is expected to call at
Captain Dcarbourn has resigned
tho command of tho S. S. City of Pc
kip and has been succeeded by Cap
tain Seaburg, formerly of tho S. S.
Itio do Janeiro,
Many of our readers will remember
Mr, Isaao More, who was formerly
draughtsman at the Honolulu Plan
ing Mills. A shprt time ago a rela
tive died leaving him $40,000,
The Kaimiloa is all fixed for the
inter-island service, except cleaning
up. She was lowered from tho Ma
rino Railway this afternoon and
docked at tho new wharf on the Es
planade. Noxt week, after tho return
of tho Palo, the Kaimiloa will ho
placed on tho Hamakua route.
Mu. Otis of San Francisco, a tour
ist stopping at tho Dudoit Houso,was
introduced to the King at tho Palaco
yesterday afternoon and was enter
tained by His Majesty for an hour or
moro. Mr. Otis' father entertained
tho King during His Majesty's visit
to tho Coast, some years ago.
Tur steamer Arabic expected hero
on Tueuday noxt, is a magnificent
vessel belonging to tho Whito Star
line, and was chartered by the 0..and
O, S, Company of San Francisco to
lake tho place of tho lost San Pablo.
Tho Arabic is built of mild steel. Her
length is 430 feet, beam 42 feot,
depth 21 feet, registered tonnage,
Tnp cleption of Noblo to tako the
placo of tho lato S. G. Wilder passed
ofl'vory (luietly yesterday. Only two
candidates appeared in the race, Mr.
W. C. Wilder for the Hoform party
and Mr. J. L. Kaulukou for tho Op
position. Mr. Wilder secured a ma
jority of 111. Tho total number of
votes cast was 1,027, for Mr, Wilder
581 and for Mr. Kaulukou 443.
Friday, August 24.
Thk Btpamor Pelo will lay up for a
Dr. Abbott of ' tho Coronet pary
has been unexpectedly called home.
He is stopping at tho Dudoit House,
and will depart by tho next steamer
for tho East.
Mn. J. L. Kaulukou seems per
fectly satisfied with tho scare ho gave
tho Reform Party in tho election for
Noble the other day, and says with
confidence, "Wait till lho noxt elec
tion." The complimentary concert to tho
Officers of tho U. S. S. Dolphin and
II. B. M. S. Espieglc at the Hawai
ian Hotel last evening, was a bril
liant evont, not alono from the grand
illumination of the grounds and tho
liandsomo dresses of tho ladies, but
also from the music by lho band, es
pecially the echo piece which was
A PinvATK letter contains tho in
formation that tho beets grown in
California for Spreckcls' beet sugar
factory have been analysed, Willi llio
satisfactory result of "good saccha
rine contents," although not quite up
to the highest German stanuanl.
The factory is expected to ho at work
by the end of this month.
Miss Jane Albro who has charge of
tho Government school on the island
of Lanai for a long lime past, has
been appointed principal of the Eng
lish government school at Kaneoho
on this island. Miss Albro is a
teacher of much experience and al
ways gives entiru satisfaction wher
ever she goes.
Saturday, August 25.
The Samoan hula dancers did not
come by tho Mariposa as expected.
Tin: challenge Bix-oarcd boat race
between tho Vandalia and Honolulu
Y. it B. Club crews has been declar
Fine weather with copious showers
is tho report from Hawaii, Maui and
Kauai by the several steamers this
Xaali:iil' mill has finished grind
ing for tho Bcason. Honoapu mill
will commence grinding again in
about four weeks.
Anr.u a heavy shower of rain that
fell at Kau this week an army of
caterpillars came and devoured every
thing that was green.
One of tho through passengers by
the Mariposa, last evening, is an in
ventor of a new kitchen utensil which
he said he would like to introduce
here, but the ironmongers were not
open and he could not find a business
directory in the blooming place.
The bark Kalakaua win sail on
Tuesday or "Wencsday next for Ta
hiti, with about 200 head of cattle
for Mr. Sam Parker.
Mn. Alfred Branch departed by
the S. S. Mariposa for San Francisco,
this morning, lo (it is reported) get a
new six-oared boat for the Honolulu
Y. & B. C.
A kanaka cur chasing a Colonial
poodle, and a long legged Colonial
p.lmsinir them both, was one of the
amusing incidents which followed
tho arrival of the Mariposa last even
ing. "Vance," "baggage smasher," of
the S. S. Mariposa, formerly of the
Empire, anil known for having fired
with a pistol at Hockey, was arrested
this morning on a charge of assault
and battery on Cayford.
It is a pleasure to note that Messrs.
Hackfeld & Co., are putting down a
new side walk about their premises,
corner of Fort and Queen streets. If
other moneyed houses on Fort St.
from Queen down, would follow suit,
people would be thankful beyond ex
pression. The S. S. Mariposa sailed for San
Francisco shortly after 10 o'clock
this morning. The band was in at
tendance. While tho steamer was
being hauled away Irom the wharf, a
jovial Colonial tourist shouted,
"Three cheers for tho Honolulu
Band!" and three rousing cheers
were given by the passengers.
wife, Mrs 11 L Glovcr Mrs T S Kay and
H children, W SBartlett, wife, 2 child
ren ami maid, Miss 0 L Ingle, 11 O
Brvrtiit unit wife, D B Smith, MM M II
Davis, Mls M Kelly, O O Swain, S S
Ciutlss, Goo 11 Griffin, Miss A L Galla
waVi MM !l Odell and L3 steerage.
For Kauai, per stmr Mlknhulu, Aug
21 Her Excellency Uovcrncss Lnnlhau,
TUv Knlm. Miss .1 'Ivnliu. V S Loknl, W
IScnlc, O Seholtz, Mr Mites, and about
For Kauai, per stmr Walalcalc, Aug
21 II M idler and S Macaulcy.
For. windward poit, per stmr Khiau,
Aug 21 Miss Herman, Mrs Ferdinand,
Miss O Mist, Miss D Dowsett, Rev
Noah, J S Mulrhcad, C II Dickey and
son,.! It llalllday. John Hind, Mrs Not
icy, Misses A and E BIcrs, Mii Multiu
ser, W Kinney, II P Wood ml 50 dock.
From Koolaiii Walanao and Walalna,
per stmr O R Bishop, Aug 24 G anil T
Gay and 1 deck.
from Kapaa per stmr Jas Make-,
Aug 21 Col 7, S Spalding, 2 Glilnainun
From Hamakua, per stmr Pele, Aug
21 Miss M alone and another lady
teacher. , ,,
From San Francisco, pcrbktneW 11
Dimond, Aug 21 -Miss U L Wing.
From Kauai per stmr Mikalmla, Aug
22 -S U Dole and wife, A Sllaitwell,
wife aud family, F iMnclnlr anil wife, V
W Glado and wife, Miss Marie Von
Holt, Miss 12 Gay, W J Holokuliiki anil
son, MisG Nail and son.
From Kahubil aud way ports, per
stmr Llliollke. Aug 25 A M Hproilll, G
IrviJio. C Helileinanii, family and servt,
Loo Fool;, Chin You, Awana, E Itsiiley
and wife, MM Olson, Master T Napo
leon, Mrs Lamb, 2 clill., Mrs II V Bald
win, Maud Baldwin, lho Martin, MrsT
L Gulick, Mrs L H Wallbihlgc, Miss
Kamaka, R i Walluridgo, E 11 Bailey,
11 C Adams, Jas de Santos, E 1J G Iff ant,
MM Mav Dillingham. E O Damon and
2 boys, O B Kcynolds, Dr Swift, J G
Carney and 81 deck.
From Maui and Hawaii per S S Ki
nnn, Aug 25-C L Wight, II P Went
worth, Mrs Ratipp and child. L u l.y
niaii, Mrs L J.arish, Chung Dou, J 11
Stelling, J N S Williams, Mrs R Over
end, Mrs II N Grccnwell, Miss C Green
well, A Wallace, Mrs O Notley, Miss
Hoopil, Willie and Arthur AVlldor, S K
Kane, J K Melienla, Miss K jMelicula.
M Soya, L M Baldwin, TE Atwatcr and
wife anil 81'deck1
For San Francisco per S S Mariposa.
Aug 23 A E llceht ami a ebildren. N
S Sachs, II Graves and wife, .1 F Col
burn, II E Mclntyre. Master.- G and C
Long. S Roth, A Maupies, D Foster. S
Sachs, G Adams, .1 T Leach and Jai'k
From the Colonies, per S S Mariposa,
Aug 24 Cabin : Miss, a lUcse'ourg. Mrs
Street and C children, bteerage: Mrs
btevenson and child, C Eastland, M
RIckard, and 01 cabin anil 07 steerage
passengers in transit for San Francisco.
From Maul aud Hawaii, per stmr W
G Hall. Aug 24 Mrs Amy i rocker and
maid, D Foster, Mrs W'S Bender, Miss
B Crouch, H M Gillig, Major W H
Cornwcll aud 2 children, Miss 15 Corn
well, MM A Wlddolleld.Dr N 15 Emer
son, E G Jaeger, W Marshall, Mrs E
Macomber anil child, Miss L Dudoit,
Miss E N Martin, J S Kaiihane, M Kau
haue, V Tlniun, W H hniionk. Harry
Baldwin, MissE M Dickenson, Mrs T J
Ha.w-clden, Dr Koga, M Malia, Mrs
W Larsen, C S Akaua, C Manalnma, 1
leper and 70 deck.
The R M S Mariposa arrived last eve
ning In charge of the first ollleer, Mr
Hait, Captain Hayward having lcinahi
ed at Auckland on busbies" connected
with tho O. S. S. Co. Loft Sydney Aug
8th at i p m. Left Auckland AuglHth,
at 4 pin, and touched at Tutulhi Aug
l"th. Experienced pleasant weather
during tho whole voyage.
DWIGHT-Iii this city, to tho wife of
C. B. Dwighr, August 21th, a girl.
Cargoes i'l-oiii Island 1'ortH.
Stmr Alakcc G33 bus suirar and IIG7 bars
Stmr Bishop 311 hgs lice and 10 bgs
Aug 21 .
Stmr Pele 3,094 13 suar.
Schr Kaulilua 3C0 bgs sugar and 300
Stmr Kinau 1400 lgs sugar, 15 bgs
spuds, 3 horses, 21 bales wool, 126
Stmr Likclike G12 bgs sugar, 711 feet
lumber, 51 bndls tildes, oli bg'i corn
and 1 horse."
Stmr Mikahala-1.000 bgs sugar, 71
green hides and 1 roller.
S S Australia from San Frauclsco
Sohr Caterlna from Hanalei
Schr Mary from Hanalei
Stmr Kaala from Walalna and Wai
anuc Aug 22
Bk California,lDavls,32 days from New
castle, N S W
Schr Walehu from Kuau
Stmr Jas Makee from Kapaa
Stmr O R Bishop from Koolau
Stmr Pelo from Lahaluaand namakua
Bktno W H Dimond,.Drew, 12 days
from San Francisco
Schr Mol Wahine from Kohplalelc
Schr Ke Au Hou from Hawaii
Schr Lavinia from Ewa
Stmr WG Hall, from .Hawaii aim .niam
S S Mariposa from tho Colonies eu routo
to San Francisco
Bktne Eureka, -Myers, 11 days-from
Stmr Llkellke from Kahulul
Stmr Kinau from Hawaii and Maui
Stmr Mikahala from Kauai
Schr Kaulilua from Puna
Stmr Kllanca Hon from Hamakua
Aug 21 L .
Stmr Kinau for Ililo and way ports at
Stmr Mikahala for.Kauai at fi p m
Stinr Waialealo for Kauai at fi p m
StmrLehua for Hamakua at 5 p in
Am Yacht Coronet, Crosby, for Yoko
Stmr Kaala for Walalna and-Waiauao at
9 si "' ,.. . ,
Stmr C R Bishop for Walauae, Walalna
aud Koolau at 0 a in
Bk Horsey for Paget Bound
Stinr Jas Mnkcc for Kapaa at D p m
For Maul and Hawaii, per steamer
Llkellke, Aug. 20 Mrs Isabella Desha
and children, W Sheldon, wife and son,
11 Cobb-Adams, Mr I'urdy, C L Wight,
and about -10 others.
From San Frauclsco, per S S Austra
lia, Aug 31 Prof M M Scott, W P A
Brewer, wife aud child, Mis, A A Haa
lelea, Miss 12 Couoy, Mr Tano, Mrs M
D Cook, R Wilde, J H Aheel, J 1
Watcrhouse and wifo, J A Thomas, U
Wyuuo and wife, S Olomeutson aud
S S Australia left San Francisco, Aug
14th at 2 p m, with 3d cabin and 23
steerage passengers. Freight 11 48 tons.
Weather, Aug 14th to liith, heavy N E
winds, rough sea ami sw el . Aug 17th
to lilth, moderate N E trade . Aug 2Uth
to 21st, heavy ralu squalls, wind L N E.
Ant 15tb. nassed British hark Pacific
Slope bound for Wilmington from New
Castle, N S W, GO days out, when spoken
was 545 miles from Wilmington.
The British bark Ivy was in collision
at midnight on August 7th, with the S
S Jerome, when 24 miles SSE of Saudy
Hook. The Ivy lost her jib-boom and
AIiniVALS AT SAN FltANCIBCO.
July 2f, schr Geo C Perkins, 27 days
from llilo. , ,
Aug 1st, USS Mohican, 24 days from
Aug 4th, S S Alameda, 7 days, bk So
noma, Vok days from Honolulu, and
schr Anna,22 days fromKahului.
Aug 5th, bktno Wll Dimond, 28 days
Aug 0th, bkF 8 Thompson, 22 days,
aiidhktue Discovery, 23 days from Ho-
"Aug 12, bk Lady Lampson, 3G days
DEPAIITUIIE FIlOM SAN FltANCIBCO.
July 28, bk Ceylou, for Honolulu via
Mendocino. , TT
Ao.j. . lib n OWh itinore. for Ho-
V ,r '
" Aug 11th, bktne W II Dimond for Ho
nAug 12tli, bktne Eureka for Honolulu,
Aug 14, S N Castle, for Honolulu.
Aug 25, S S Alameda for Honolulu.
Eureka Aug 10th, schr Eva from
Honolulu, andTjktno Ella for Honolulu.
Port Townseud Aug Oth, bk Jas A
King from Honolulu.
New York Aug 7th, Br bk Ivy for
Sydney Aug 8th, S S Mariposa for
Auckland Aug 13th, S S Mariposa
Newcastle Aug 4th, ship Carnarvon,
shlie for Honolulu.
Snoken-July 0th, 0 S, 32:30 W, bark
Amy Turner from Boston for Honolulu.
Tho schooner Kulamahu Is coaling the
U S S Dolphin.
' Tho S G Wilder was lowered from the
Marine Hallway yesterday.
Tho S V Horsey will sail to-morrow
f r l'uget Soiuid to load lumber for tho
Tho Likellko will sail on Tuesday.
Tho S S Mfirlposn took for San Fran
cUeo this morning, 1,140 bgs sugar.Hn
luiehs bananas and 31 bxes ot botol
leaves, Value, $0,000.50.
Tho bark California arrived at Kahu
lnl yosterday afternoon, from Honolulu,
and immediately began discharging her
cargo of coal.
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