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SATURDAY, SKIT. 22, 1888.
S s Zenlntidla fiom the Colonics en
route for San Francisco
Uktue Consuolo fioin Sun rrnnclsco
11 B M S Hyacinth letuins fiom n short
Stmr Llkcllko from Mnul
Stmr Mokoltlfioin Jloloknl
S Zealandia for San Fiauel-co'atnoon
Stmr Jas .Makee for Ifnpaa at I p in
S S Cltv of New Ynk for San Fian
cisco VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Slinr Kliiiiu for Ililo and waypoifs at
4 p m
Stmr Mokolil for Molokal at 5 p in
Stmr Viva for Molokal and Kuan at
Stmr Kanla for Walnnnonud Walalna at
'.) a in
Sliiir.l A Cummin for Koolau at 10
Fehr Ilaleakala for lVpeekeo
Uk Atlanta for Pugot .-oiiiul
Schr Alol Waliine for Koholalcle and
Schr Mary for llaualul
From Kaliulni and way poits per
stmr Likollke, Sept L'2 lion Vf O Wil
der, J Neil, .1 Bvion, Jos Uunwald, Luu
Ohong, .Ino DieUon. G II Moore, Sis
ter Haiialia, Louisa Jesus, Mrs Moniz,
Mrs Plcinincr. Mrs Metealf, Edith and
Ida Metealf, E M Walh, W A Bow en,
V P A Bicwer, wife, .') childien and
servant, Jli-s Brewer, Tlios Lillie, Mas
ter Oshornc, Miis Osborne, Mrs Brown,
Henry Meirill, It V Meyer nud 81 deck.
From Sun Fiancisco per bgtne Oon
suclo, Sept 22 Miss Louise Adlcr.
For San Fiancisco, per S S Zealand ia,
Pept 22-Miss D Hiishbeig, Hon Co
ehclet, W S Luce, wife, 2 children and
servant. II U Carter, Win McGinn and
wife, S Ehillch, His Ex L A Thurston,
Dr Moses Giossinun, O Waller, Miss E
E Ileriinaiin. Kcv AV II Stiengcr, II X
Miss II Castle, J Kiduell. etcemge:
E Ualloy, II Hansen, Win Edwaids and
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stinr LikelikeSM bgs sugar, 1 horse
and i) hogs.
Stmr Kanla 125 bnehs bananas and 100
Stmr Mokolii 110 sheep, 1C00 goat
skins, 15 lid of cuttle and C cale.
The stmr Likelike will snll on Tues
day. The U S S Adams was at Tutuila
waiting for the mail when the Zcilan
dla auived there. She returned to
Apia after leeeiving her packages.
The weather repoitsieceivedfi oni the
sevcial steamers, which ai rived this
morning, are: Rough at Walalna, fair
at MoloKal and pretty good at Maui.
The bgtne J D Spreckels was towed
out of Kahului last evening in ballast,
fi;r San Francisco.
The CainuivouMhire with 18S9 tons of
coal, the D.ullel Burnes witc lf-2!! tons,
both at the late of 2(ii Gd ; and the Dal
pliiuo Mel.inie with CCS tons at 27s (id,
aie on the way hcie fiom Newcastle, N
The debiis of the new wharf cairied
away by the Zealantlla last night, is at
the boat lauding. When the sciew of
the Ilcalaudia was started, for her pas
sage to San Francisco this noon, pieces
of timber, which wcic foul of the tcrow
became detached and lloated to the top
of the water.
The S S Zealandia had just barely
enough coal to bilng her heie on ac
count of the coal strike in the Colonics.
She took in 240 tons fiom the O S y
Co's heap at the company's dock, this
Tho b S Zealandia sailed for San
Francisco this noon. Sho took 1101 bgs
of sugar, 17211 bnehs bananas 100 bdla
of sugar cane and 20 bxs of betel leaves,
mined at 10,403.
S S Zoalandia.
The S S Zealandia, Captain Van Oto
lcndorp, m lived last night fiom tho
Colonic en loute for San Fiancisco
The Ze.iliiidiu sailed fiom Sydney, Sept
fith, at r::i:f o'clock p in. At lived at
Auckland on the 0th, at G 00 p in. Sail
ed again the following day at fl.U.'i p m.
Airivca off Tutuili! on the 1 ltli, at IS. HO
ui. Anhed off Honolulu on the 21st,
at 10.15 p in. The steamer laid to off
this poit until about midnight, when
Mie steamed In under the guidance of
Pilot Shepherd. Site made a lung turn
abreast of the Marlue Hallway anil theio
not being sulllclent wind to sheer her
head off, she fouled the new whuif on
the Esplanade. 'Ihu Mai board llaugo
of tho "btcamer's bdw struck tho corner
of tho new whuif picaicst tho 1 1 S 2sr
Co's dock, uud toie away a tilangnlnr
piece of 12 or 15 feet deep. Both the
end and hide stilngoib or fender logs
were toin off soine'Ju or nioio feet nud
tlio cup-Jogs and planking weie caiiicd
away. Tho plies which supported the
triangular piece are not visible from the
wharf and aie thought to havo
been Inokeu off. The baikeiitiue
Kllkltut was lying at the side of tho
wharf wlieie the steamer ti uck, but was
sayed from solium damage by the
whuif, which extended a few feet be
yond her stern. As it was. tho spanker
boom of the Kllkltut was. broken off at
the sheet bund or clean with the taff
lall. The fulling of the boom slightly
damaged the cabin doois. The Ze.ilaa
dla siitfeied no fiuther inconvenience
from the accident, than tho nibbing off
of a little paint. The Kllkltut will le
celvo a now boom at the expenso of tho
OSS Co. The Zealundla brought 78
- tons of cargo and :i bteerago paesen
jera for Honolulu, ami 48 and 7S steer-u'-'o
passengers and 100 tons of fielght
for fcan Frauclsoo. Flno weather was
I'xpeFJenced throughout tho passage.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
TiiajiKh to Mr. llewott for Colonial
Madame itli llota will shortly
pnha tluough Honolulu.
Chiu ch Sunday
evening at 7:30
llOl'I'lO III On' I'MIlllCOU
Mn. J.D. (Juy-luul of circus fame
Wns a tluough passenger by S. S.
Dii. A. A. Cnuio will bo appointed
Government physician for the dis
trict of Mnkawno, Maui.
Tiik tax appeal Boaid for Hono
lulu consihls of lions. .1. T. Wntoi
housc, Jr., and W. V, Allen.
Mit. S. Ehrlich left on the
dia and will join tho ranks
benedicts in San Francisco.
1'UitSEU Geo. MoLuno has tho
thanks of the Bui.lktin for late Colo
nial papers and other news favors.
Yubtekday being the festivnl of
St. Matthew, was unsolved by Bpecial
services in St. Andiew's Cathedral.
It would not bo at all surprising
if the Zealandia arrived in San Fran
cisco before tho City of New York.
Lookout for tho "Bulletin Wookly
Suinniary" to send abroad to friends.
It will bo ready early Tuesday
A quantity of war material was
shipped from London, Sept. 3d, by
tho ship Scottish Locas for tho Vic
Tiik trustees of His Majesty's es
tate have noted an appeal against,
tho decision of Mr. Justice Preston !n
the Aki claim.
Tun foreign diplomatic representa
tives wore on the wharf this morning
to say good-bye to Mons. Laurent
Coohclet, the French Commissioner.
Tun Criterion Saloon is tho place
for a schooner of tho Wieland Phila
delphia lager beer. Go and charter
See tho large advertisement of the
Empire House in this issue. This is
tho perfection of pictorial advei
tising. Mn. Sells, proprietor of Sell's Cir
cus, was a through passenger on the
Zealandia. The circus will not visit
Miss Nellie Farron and Mr. Leslie,
of tho London Gaiety Theatre Co.
will pass through hcie on the Ala
meda next month.
Mn. John Arundel, a gentleman
with many warm friends hcie, was a
tluough passenger by the Zealandia
en route to San Francisco.
A tine panoramic view of Hono
lulu fiom the Government building
has recently been taken by J. A.
Gonsnlves, the photogi.ipher. It
gives a capital idea of the city.
Tin: Post Oflice despatched by the
City of New York, 1815 letteis and
555 packages of papeis; by the
Zealandia 1728 letters and 25b pack
ages of papeis.
The compromise Math. is claim of
$22,000 as passed by the Legisl.ittne
was paid this morning to Mr. T. 1.
Walker, attoiney-in-fact for Mr
John Chapman, one of the owners of
His Excellency the Minister of the
Interior took his depaituro for S.in
Fiancisco on the Zealandia, to be
absent a few weeks. Tho MiniMcr of
Foieign Affairs will act as Minister
of Intel ior.
The taro patch at the coiner of
Fort and King sticcts is doing finely.
If it keeps on growing at tho late it
has dono for the past week, Mclnlyic
Bios, will have a crop for sale about
The Zealandia, after twelve hours
stay in Ihitspoit, left for San Fian
cisco at noon. Quito a number of
the departing passengers wore leis or
carried bouquets. The Band was
David Moehonua, well-known as
an all-iound baseball player, died at
2 o'clock this morning at Waikiki.
He was about twenty-two years of
age, and had lately been employed
on the police force.
There was a good attendance of
men at tho temperance meeting in
Brewer's block, last evening. Ad
dresses were made by Mr. P. C.
Jones, Mr. Justice Dole, Ilovs. H. II.
Gowen nnd W. B. Olcson, and J. A?
A Melbourne paper of August
20th has tho following: Negotiations
are in piogicss for tho impoitalion
of tho ltoyal Hawaiian Brass Band,
which was victorious ovor most of
tho Victorian bands in tho competi
tions a fow yeais back, to play at tho
Messrs. A. S. Hartwell, T. Bain
Walkor, and John Eiumolutli hau
been appointed a Boaid of Piison
Inspectors under the provision of an
Act entitled "An Act providing for
prison inspectors and donning their
duties and powers."
"Punctuality is tho mhiI of busi
ness," iu a saying that the Boaid of
Education believes iu, for it has ib
sued a notice that all teachers in
Government schools aro expected lo
bo in attendance at their lespectivo
bchonls, at least fifteen minutes ho
foio i) a. m,, tho timoset for opening.
Mii. L. J. Lovoy has received ad
viceH that the Carlctou English
Opera Company nnd a lluinpty
Pnnipty I'aiitoinino Company will
shortly airivo in Honolulu on routo
to tho Colonies. Thuy will come on
the Australia and remain until (ho
through mail steamer. Mr. Levey is
autlioiised to make all arrangements
and will give duo notice of the two
Exciting News by the
Mataafa Proclaimed King I
A private letter from Apia, tinted
September 10th, contains the follow
ing interesting news:
The natives in Snfata went on tho
warpath, but being entreated by
their Chief, who was held as a sort
of prisoner on Mulinuu they started
home again. Thitty of them how
ever, would not go, hut encamped
on the mountains back of Apia.
Brandeis with 550 men siiprised
these before daylight one morning,
when a fight ensued in which three
Safata people were killed and
two Tamasese men killed and one
wounded. The whole district of
Safata then rose in open revolt,
crossed the mountains to Falculn,
near McArthur's plantation, and
there erected a fort. llramlcis
thereon summoned all Samoa to
help him punish them, hut Samoa
did not respond as ho would have
liked. Ttiainasaga joined the pa
triols at once, then town after town
of other districts, while llrandois'
force steadily diminished. Savaii
people sent hiiu word that they were
too busy making copra to attend to
As usual the German Consul at
tempted to come to the rescue. The
"Adler" took on hoard 200 men and
lowing six boats started out to bum
Manono. At riving there they threw
in 10 shells amongst the women and
children (the men being at Falc
ula), but no one was hurt. The
boats were then filled with natives
and sailors, who pulled ashore to
burn the houses and cat the pigs,
this being their mode of warfare.
They had just time to set fire to the
large canoe, when some one started
an alarm that the Manono men were
coming and they took to their boats
and lied, one boat load however go
ing off to Savaii and away from the
war, and one to Falcula to join tho
patriots. Thus ended the expedi
tion. Mataafa has been chosen
king and has seven or eight thou
sand men encamped all around the
town, hemming Tamascsc's men now
reduced to less than 200. Mataafa
is now styled Mahetoa Toa. Ta
maseses men are behind breast
works on Mulinuu, and CO German
marines aie there, piincipally to
keep them from running away. One
of the men engaged in the Manono
exped tiou has been caught and ex
ecuted. Malietoa now proposes to
inasesc wants to abdicate but is re
strained by Brandeis and Becker,
who aro fitting up a fleet that
will leseue him. We all hope to
see bib head on a pole. We all wish
Malietoa success. His people are
to occupy Apia in spite of the "Ad
ler." A postscript added Sept. 14th,
gives the following :
Part of the forces under Malietoa
marched through here on the 12th
inst. and attacked Brandeis-Tama-sese
people who had fot tided Mil
tautu. Balls from this fort caino
flying tluough the town which re
peatedly struck houses. Hamilton,
tinges and the Pilot Station were rid
dled. Capt. Bisset was shot through
the head and killed while standing
on the steps of the late Hawaiian
Consulate. Malietoa's forces cap
tun d all the outworks before dark,
and during the night the Brandeis
crew escaped, being followed so
quickly, that many dropped their
guns as they fled. More would
have escaped had Malietoa's people
bi ought their boats. Five Malietoa
men were killed and 15 wounded,
and 15 Tamasese men bit the dust.
As tho wounded were put in the
boats as fast as they were hit it is
not yet known how many were hurt.
They all ran off to Solo Solo and
are now suing for peace. Tamasese
is on Malinuu, a guard of marines
from the "Adler" (51) have thrown
up fortifications across the point and
me protecting him. Wc all hopo
now that the U. S. Government will
extend at least a protectorate over
Samoa until it is possible to get laws
in working order. Malietoa (Mata
afa) is a very good man and has the
confidence of ever' one.
Another letter dated Apia Sept.
10th says: The followers of the late
King Malietoa and many of the pre
sent so-called King Tamasese arc
iu open rebellion to the number of
neaily 4,000 within six miles of
Apia. The Germans have landed
sailors in reality to protect Tama
sese. The inhabitants of tho other
islands are all joining in tho rebel
lion. Tamasese's peoplo have re
moved a house from the property of
an American and it is rumored that
the Captain of the U. S. S. Adams
has given Brainier tho Prime Min
ister to undcistand that it must be
returned and replaced as originally
within twenty-four hours.
Captain Bisset who was killed,
was an Englishman, and had oharge
of the schooner sent from Samoa to
rescue the wrecked crew of tho Bii
tibli bark Henry James on l'alynua
Madame Giirretla, the famous
nigeon trainer, and Uuda, tho clever
gymnast, will arrive hero on tho
next trip of tho Alameda from the
Colonics, mid will give performances
iu the Opera House. They have met
with much success in .Sydney nnd
other places. Ou tho same steamer
will arrivo Mr. It. A. Cunnmshum
with a genuine hairless maro, mill a
troupo of Samoau hula dancers,
GV8NT8 THIS EVENlNO.
lUuu JUbboil Lcnguo nl V. il.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual entertainment by tho
Blue Itlbbon League will bo given
this evening at the Y. M. (J. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is the progiannnc:
Piano Solo.... Mls May E Dillingham
Beading Mr. ,1. S. ICnlaklcla
Song Mr. T. K. Nathaniel
Kccitatiouii Mi's Eva L. Whit e
Song M !s F. J. Noltc
Addiess ltev. S. E. BMtop
A VALUABLE HORSE DEAD.
All lovers of good horses will re
gret to hear of the death of the
thorotighbied horse "Gainsborough"
belonging to the Hon. II. 1 Bald
win of Haiku. He was taken sick
Saturday the 15th inst., and died
Sunday morning fiom inllnmmation
of the bowels. "Gainsborough"
was imported from Australia about
two years ago, and was bred to
some first class marcs, and his colts
are as fine looking as one would
care to see. One of the best is
from the thoroughbred inaro "May
D," and if looks and breeding
amount to anything, should be a
THE S. S. CITY OF NEW YORK
AND HABEAS CORPUS.
The steamer City of New York
left at 5 o'clock last eveninf, for
San Francisco. A number of Chi
nese passengers for this poitwcre
carried on. Writs of Habeas Corpus
on behalf of 2 Chinese were direct
ed to the Captain, but counsel for
the latter stated in court this morn
ing, that the vessel had cleared for
sea when service was made. Writs
were also directed to the Captain
on behalf of three other Chinese.
The Marshal's return showed that
the vessel had left Honolulu before
he had time to make scrvico upon
Copy of letter received by Wm.
G. Irwin & Co., Agents O. S. S.
Co., from Capt. Morse, written at
Tutuila, Samoa, regarding tho sup
posed case of smallpox which was
said to exist on board the S. S. Ala
meda, at the time of her arrival at
this port ou her last trip from San
S. S. "Alameda," ")
Sept. 8, 1888.
Messrs. W. G. Irwix &Co., Agents
Oceanic S. S. Co.
Dear Sirs: 1 have the honor to
rcpoit to you, that up to this hour
there .arc no signs of smallpox: on
board. The case reported by Dr.
Brodie has not had one hour of sick
ness, and the eruption, if any dis
ease, must have been chicken-pox.
(Signed) II. G. Morse,
CUHIUAGE Mare. suit.
able for a fiuuily;
win anted perfectly kind
g-tjej and gentle, can he driven
by a child. Inquire nt Bulletin Olllce.
Per S. S Australia,
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. NOITK, Proprietor.
FOlt SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will havo Honolulu for tho above
Tuesday, Sept. 25,
For Freight or Pu83ge, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
Fort Street, next Lucas' Mill,
Ship's Blacksmitliing, Carriage
Building & Bepalriiig.
Drays, Carts & Wagon Building a Specialty.
Every description of work iu tho
above lines performed in a flrst-eluM
mauuer and executed at short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Orders from the other Islands boliclted.
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cents per month.
jtpuaiwiihr Hit I'ctM nrt c'lcifff' lb fnM
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every additional Inlet Hon.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
have lust received o Australia
another lot of that " PHILADELPHIA.
LAGEH HEKIt" in kegs, which they
are ofTcrinj; to their customers. 49 1 w
VAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lunii' Mill.
IT has been discovered by the doctorj
that Cooked Taro Flour Is excellent
food for weak nud delicate Infants, pre
pared as follows: One tablespoonful of
Cooked Taro Flour mixed with 1 pint
of boiling milk. When cold feed the
child with a nurse bottle. It will give
n child new life In a few weeks i)5 llw
'PARC- MUSH Feed the sick and
X delicate persons on Cooked Taro
Flour Mush, made thin and prepuicd
like corn mcnl In boiling water, and
served with milk and sugar. This makes
an elegant mush. 115 Uw
ARO BUISCU IT Mix Taro Flour
very thick In boiling water, then
roll In wheat Hour nud form into bus
cult, use a little butter at bottom of pan,
smear a little butter over the top of Taro
Biscuit, this innkes a clienp ami excel
lent Taro Cakes. So tlw
GRIDDLE CAKE-Tuko half ryo
Hour, hnlf Taro Flour, one or two
eggs, little salt, one tuaspoouftil of Hoyal
Baking Powder to a cupful of each,
buko or fry on griddle. 35 3w
TARO MUSH Use 2 tablespoons
JL if ui of the Taro Flour to each per
boh and mix thin, prepared like corn
nienl in boiling water, serve warm or
cold with milk ami sugar Taio Miihh
can stand a day or two If desired. 35 3w
A GENTLEMAN of over 30 years'
business experience with large
Arms in England nnd this Kingdom is
open for & rc-cngagcnicnt ns Book,
keeper, Cashier and Correspondent. He
fereuccs and testimonials of the highest
older. Addiess P. O. Box 470. 43 lm
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
TIIK following gentlemen have been
duly elected to bervc us otllccrs of
the Mutual Telephone Co. for the en
suing year, viz:
H. A. Widemann President,
C. O. Bcrgcr...
C. O. Bcrgcr...
W. F. Allen...
, O. BKHGISlt,
1S89. -11 2w
Honolulu, Sept. 7,
BY THE S. S. ZULAMA
CM AS. J. FISMEL,
Will receive a lino lino of
Lace Curtains !
And a genet til aesnifment
Which wo will oiler at very
CHAS. J. FISHE!.,
The Leading Millinery Houso.
Corner of Fort & Hotel
F YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
aaTortUe H In tho uxiuv Uullbtin
DRY GOODS !
JL adyortUe it in the Daily Bulletin U uutcd at the Daily Huli.ktin Olllce. 1 JL udvcrlUo it in the Daily BuLLirtif. jj
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hals, Boys' White Shirtsj
fS" AT VE15Y LOW PRICES g(3
A full line of Ginghams !
A full line of Batiste !
A Lar8 Assortment or
Wo will close
For (ionN, L'idies,
-S T I-I
E3Gi--A-IST Ac OCMMCJP.A.WY.
Gent s Furnisfiiiig Ooods, &c.
To lie M ii am store in tie nmoi !
aaxjmi3UBmnn'inFrnrtJrrrTM,i,.t.rnrrmr'.'1issii mi n n ihimb Began
V. G. FAGERKOOS,
I'rnetical IVatrliuinlccr & .Irwclrr.
1 1 iia icnioved to
Late Win. Turner's Shop, 80 King St
J I 2m
Practical Watchmaker & Repairer
Good 'work euiirinlci'il. At present
located nt S. Roth's Hilor shop.
While Uros' Cement (full weight).
At lowest innrKcl rate.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Host brands, in 0, 7, 8 mid D ft. lengths.
In quantities to suit nt lowest market
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
llest Crown Hrand.
6, 7, 8, and 9 Foot LongtliB
Just landed Lx. Ship "Cockcrmouth"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit.
Also, tOO Uhls. White Uros.'
At the Lowest Market Rates,
wilder & CO.
TOR PRINTING ol nil KiuiU eo, IF YOU FINf) AIMVTWIWn 4
WMt6 Bress troofls!
out at a
Mioses it Childien. fffM
V:i & (Jo Fort Street.
Uw A. M. Hewetf,
innnp X; ItaQflp.fllfiP I
Purposes leaving for the CoaBt in
Octobei prior to which he
oilers tie whole of his
Hauflsomely Assorted Stock
Do not bo alarmed that you will not
he able to purchase in Honolulu
A Handsome Christmas Present
As in Snn Francisco for Mr. Hewett Is
going to select such a stock as will
suit the most fnstidcous and
surprise our little city.
C3?""A1I parties now Indebted to him
are respectfully requested to make
immediate settlement. - 48 lm
Honolulu Business Cote,
71 Hotel, corner Fort Street,
Mrs. L. S. BENNETT, - - Principal.
In nil its launches.
tSTI'or pirtlculnrs address
Mrs. L. S. Bennett,
71 Hotel St., orOraenhalgh's Book,
store, 100 Fort St.
Mutual, 282-vlftTELEPIIONE jtirBell, 39