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TUB O. A O. LlftKIl UOHIO IN
PORT FROM TUB ORIENT.
Albert and 8. If. Canlle Ilace to
Han I'rnticlaco-Olher Itlarlno Note
From the Waterlrout.
Sailors anil marines from the 0 8 8 Adams
Ian led for shore drill tills morning,
'Another big ship to load sugar (or New
York U expected to arrive loon from Port
land. Oicr two hundred Chinese and a few Jap
anco arrived In thu Doric Thcjr were taken
to Quarantine Island today.
Tomorrow, blah tide lariio (1:17 p in; hljjh
tide small .... n in; low tide larc 7:50 p in;
low tide small M u in.
Two stowaways from tlio llrltlsh batk
I.adas were shipped nb mrd the S N Cutlc
today. Thri'C sailors from the wrecked bark
(lultisborough ulso shipped In the same c
;!. The J A Cummins takit n heay enrjo of
general mcrchaiidlx' and machinery to Wal
man.ilo todaj . The new holler put Into the
steamer recently works, well, giving the en
gines more power.
Thu W (i Unit departed on her regular
route at ten u'cloek thit morning. A Portu
guese who hint nailed until the last minute
had lo climb out the how to gel ashore, but
came near getting left ubo iid.
The b.irk Albert, Orllllllw master, mid tlie
barketitiuc S X fittle. Ilir hard muster, both
jalll'll for Hie Golden (iate tint torenoon with
frilglit and passengers for the Golden (late,
There will bu iiu luteicstliig incc to the May
A. big Imtlcr, wdghlns Over ten ton, was
put aboard the steamtr Claudlm- for a Maul
plantation lust night. While It was being
hoisted, there w.is n heavy trnln on the
masts, and the steamer had quite a list on the
The little steamer I wa, which has been on
the Marine Itallnnv fur mcr n w'eek, has
been III u vei roileii condition, owing to the
overflowing of Irish wilier Innks I ishle thu
hull, she has turn thor.'imhly overhauled,
new planks and Umbers being tit In.
The O .: O S Dorlo anlved oil' the harbor
early lot night (ro.n China and Japan, and
came In at dallL'ht this in'inlng. The I'ael
lie Mall collier ,xtec had to inmu out In thu
stream to make room lor the big liner. Thu
Done continued hir voyage to sun Francisco
The Albert took a caruo of S.27U bags
sugar aid 141) bags of eolfee valmd at Jf.V
1411 OJ, shipped by It llackfeld k Co. for San
Francl'co 1 he S X Castle look 1:1,131 bags
mi ar. sliltined bv W (i Irwin .1: I'm. :ii1!HKI
bgs sugar, ohl.ipid by C llrewer .V Co, the
total value being (31,418.
SIiimiw, Sept 14.
O .t 0 S,S Doric, Smith, from China and
Tl'lMli.o, Sept. 15.
fc'tmr Kluau, Clarke, from Hawaii and Maul
JIuNlivv, Sept. 14.
Sehr Mol Walilne, for 1'naullo.
Tur.siur, Sept. 15.
O it 0 S S Doric, Bm'th,for 'on Francisco.
Blmr Claudlne, Cameron, for Maul poits
Stmr W U Hall, Simcrsjii, or Maul unci
Stmr Kllauc.i 0,lt Ku,r,.tt. for Olowa-,,Ku,u.-.il
CtafMlknhala, llugluiid, for Kauai ports.
btmr Kauai, llruhn, for Makawell.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, for Oahu
Am hktn 3 X Castle, Hubbard, for 8an
Am bk Albeit, (irlllltlii, for San Francisco,
VESSELS LEAVING" TOMORROW.
Stmr I.ehu.i, Nye, for Honomu, Honohlna,
Ilakalaii, i'oliakuiniinti and l.uupahuelioe.
From China and Japan, per 0 it OSS
Doric. Sept 14 -Mrs 11 K lllekerlon. Master
lllck rloii. Ml-s ! P Wrnie, , T Hilt and Mrs
Itill and three elilhireii.
For Kiui'il, per stmr Wnlileale. Sept 11
Mr Itels, Miss J Andrews, Mrs Sam Macy.
For San Francisco, per bk Albeit, "ept 15
A llllss, J Frederick, Mrs llelle l.uxlss, Mr
and Mrs M U Johnstone.
For San Francisco, per bktn S N Castle
Sept 15 Mrs A M Atklm-im mid child. Mrs II
Kiittcr, Cupt Nelson, Mr TaIor, Mrs Hut
chinson, For Maul ind Hawaii, per stmr W ( Hall,
Sept 15- Fred Wlilluu) uud wife, V O
Thium, J I Lino, Mrs Coniwell, Mrs II Me
CorrUtim end 'i cliUdien, Mrs A K Akau uud
2 ihlldreii, Mis Adler. J A Itiee, Mr lleilu
insnn. Mrs Wills, Mrs K 7A gler. Miss Willis,
Gil Nortls, I.oulsa Test.i, Ms 1. Hurges. F
llllch''olU, E Kopke, JK Miller, A K Mini,
K P Kuno In and w lie, I' llu.'.i ion! servant.
VFSBFM IN POUT.
U S S Aihuns, Watson, San Finuelsco.
(Coiuters not iuuluded In this list.)
Haw sluir Ar.tec, lliowu, Xaualnio.
Am bk Fiiiitsi (Jiiieu, Ikuh y.l'oit rownsend.
Haw sehr Norma, lioecli.ll, Kit neh Filgutu
Am hkttf " N Castlo, llubb-ird, San Fruiiclsco.
Am hk A bert llilllllhs. " f
Am sehr I'rnnilt. Jorjjeiisen, ri F.
Ilrlt bk I,.ubs DU'iin Llvvrn l.
FOKKHiN vrsSEI.S KXPEl'TEl)
Am bktn S (1 Wilder. ...8 P Due
tier bk II I" Chide. .I.aysan Islam. .. .He pt Ho
tier hk J Cdhulf. I.lmpool... .November HO
Am bk FdwAril May New York..Ai'g!i().
tn hi Seminole Now castli Duo
firshpKUt.ii Nuweastlc. .. Due
(jer4kr4plca Iircmcu...' Aug o
Am brig W(j Urm s V Sent 12
ilk lluilnii N''1 "illu., I)uc
Am hl(Ci'!oii Purl (inn hie '.' Due
A. J. Dorby, D.U.S., Denial
office Cotlugo No. 100, Ahnoa
Btrot'Ut',lMh"t'0 ' o. C15 Orticc
houia 0 a.m. to -1 r if. '
WilMIl M MbMfUq
THE ZANZIBAR INCIDENT
HONOLULU MAY MELT WITH THU
Duty ofAmerlcitti Ntateimen to Keep
(Ireat IlrltnlK Ont of
Tho bombardment of Zanzibar
by tho British and the reported
attitude of the Salisbury Ministry
toward the island aro matters of
Bomothiug moro than passing in
terest to tho American peoplo, and
particularly to those of Califor
nia, says the San Francisco Call.
Tho bombardmout was douo in
tho interests ot tho British trado,
ami uioso mtorcsis wouia uo tnucii
advanced by tho annexation of tho
islaud to tho ompiro. However,
it is not likely tho annexation
will bo mado, as it is said Lord
Salisbury is not certain that
Franco aud Germany would roadi- I
ly consent to abandon their rights
and consular jurisdiction.
"We liavo in the iuoident, there
fore, two facts of note. One is
tho promptness with which Bri
tish trado is backed up by tho
British navy iu weak countries,
aud tho other tho evidence that
tho extent of tho backing stops
short of tho annexation of tho
weak power only when somo
strong notion stands in tho way to
object. With tho affairs of Zan
zibar wo havo no particular con
corn, but with tho spirit displayed
by tho British Govorumout in deal
ing with it wo havo some coucorn,
for that same spirit may yet bo
shown by tho British in their
dealings with tho islands of tho
Pacific Ocean or the weaker na
tions along tho Pnciiic Coast.
The United States has bocomo
a great manufacturing nation aud
will soon bo a great exporter of
manufactured goods. It needs
only that our Govorumout shall
do as much for our merchant
marine as Great Britain does for
hers to expand and extend that
comrnerco into every sea and to
every lnud that bordors on tho
sea. This of necessity will bring
us face to face with tho British
as competitors for tho coramorco
of tho world, and that competition
will bo keenest on tho Pacific
Ocean, for it is on that ocean that
tho trade of tho futuro will find its
largest and most profitable devel
opment. The islands of tho Pacific aro
already recognized aB important
to tho woild of trado and com
morco. Their strategic value is
known to tho naval comnmndors
of all nations and to diplomatists
as well. No woll-informed man
in these days speaks lightly of
Hawaii, Samoa, iew Guinea or of
tho lesser groups of islands in
that wido Bea. Tlioy will offer
strong poiuts of vantage in tho
coming commercial struggle to
tho powor that owns them, and it
is tho duty or American statesmen
to seo to it that Groat Britain
does not play in tho Pacific Ocean
tho high-handed gamo sho has
just played very nearly to a finish
Not .ecparlly lor IMiblleollmi, .
Lytowayte "Know thysolt,"
as tho old Greek proverb said.
Bronson But don't toll any
body, uuloss you want to ruin
your reputation. Smith, Gray tfc
"Is your husband a religious
"I'm not quito cortain. Whon
I hear him speak in the prayor
meotiug I think ho is; whon I
hoar him speaking at homo I
think ho isn't." -New York Press.
.1 WIhh t'oiiip.
An offort wns recently mado to
say in print that a prominent
military man had taken part in a
great many battled, but whon it
not into typo this goutloman "had
taken part iu a great many
bottles." Washington Post.
All Idea All) how.
Citizen I havo a great idea for
tho World's Fair.
Director What is it?
Citizen Let us bring the
pyramids hero and uso them for
toboggan slides. Puck.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular House, 1G-1 Fort street,
from $1.00 per week up.
Alt'1 ttUk4ajSXl Tii,r-iiilf.Ti-iin'iilTrimlTfcfTriT-iirnfTini mmr
J. I. WATERHOUSE
What with canaigre, coffeo
and sugar plantations and rico
as an issuo tho demand for
plantation tools is growing
apace. Tho clearing of coffee
land requires more tools, or as
many, at least as preparing
land for cane. Every first
class store should carry a
stock of them but not all of
them do. Ours is as complete
in those lines as others, and
thero is nothing in the lino of ,
Plantation Tools as everything
else you know what that
Then there's the price. Our
method of buying means low
price in selling. We have a
small profit that satisfies us
and j'ou. For Hoes, of every
description, Cane Knives,
Axes, Picks and Handles
OUTS is tho place. We are
prepared to fill any order from
a single article to a hundred
l-Tor Sale !
The Schooner "ADA,"
(rormcrly the Henrietta.)
Tenders will bo lecciveil by Thouins W,
Ilnwllu, nt Loleo, nonr the Palatini Gro
eery, up to uoou on
THURSDAY, tho 17th iust.,
for the purchase of Iho schooner Ada. Sho
baa boai chain oil from n centre-board to a
keel boat and is fully equipped for sea. My
Hawaiian rcymtor about 28 tons. Sho will
bo sold lor cash or on installments.
None but responsible purtios need apply.
Tho vvbsel may lo inspected at tho Old
1'ish Market wharf.
TH0S. W. RAWLINS,
French Claret !
lias received a largo consignment of
Frenoh . Claret v Wine
Best Wine in the
Contractor and Builder.
OMcee nnd Stares lilted up and
ICstlmalLS nhcn on
ALL KINDS OF WORK.
J3T" OlHee nnd Sliop: No. 019 Tort street,
niljolnliiK W. W. Wright's Ciinlaiju alinp.
Y.M.C.A, Evening School
Sept. 21st, and will continuo
for Two TorraB of
13 Weeks Each.
Classes will lio nrcnnlred in lloolc-Ueepiiii;,
Elementary nnd Advanced Sliortlmnd, Type
wrltlnK, Vocal ami Instrumental .Music, thu
Hawaiian Language. Ik-adluir. WrltliiL'. etc.
All Claste arc tree to incmbcrs; to others a
fee nt s i Uc ctmrKCd.
FW For liiitlicr Inlbrmntlon,
I pamphlet or ring up 127.
SEPTEMBER 15, 1890.
- yirimn.T.nt.li t m
Stonmors of tho nbovo Lino running in connootion with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Batwoen Vancouver, li. O., and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
-A-IRE 3DTTE uJ3? I3C02SrOXjTjr3Li'Cr
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney and Suva, for Victoria, and
VauooiiTor. II. C.i
Stmr "WA1UUMOO" September 24
Stmr "MIO WKHA" October 24
Stmr "WAKIIIMOO" November 24
Stmr ' 'MIOWEKA" December 24
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Cuiituln,
United States ami Europe.
rilKIOUT AND I'ABgHNOKlt AOH-NTS:
D. McNicolii, Montreal, Cnnndu.
UouutiT Kmtn, Winnipeg, Canndn.
M. M. Htkiin, Shu Frnucisco, Cal.
G. MoL. IIiiown, Vancouver, B. 0.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now and Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Oceauio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Syduoy and
Auckland on or about
Sept. 17, 1896.
And will leave for tho abovo port with
Mails and Passeugera on or about that
For Sydney and uckland:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Steo Stenmdliip
Of tho Occnuio Stcnmshin Company will
uo duo nt Honolulu from Sun Frnucisco
UU VI UUUUb
Sept. 24, 1896.
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho abovo ports.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared
llMn.mu.li 'Vl..lr..4c In All !:,..,
I 111 Wllll . llslfcUI.D III Jill LUIIIkn
in tho United States.
tSFor furtber particulars regarding
Freight or Passago apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Leave Honolulu
from S. V. for S. F.
Sept. 28, 181)0 Oct. 3,1800
Oct. 20, 1890 Oct. 28, 1800
From San Francisco From Sydney for
i for Sydney. Han 1' rancisco.
lrrii Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
I Alamcdo, Sept 2490 I MniiprBO,Spptl7,90
' MuriposH, Oct 22, '90 SIoDowai.Oct 16'90
A LIFE SIZE
Qns Posen Photos of the SlUcs
VST Is tho LATEST OFFElt wo hove
Porh-ait aud Landscape
320 Port Btieot, near Meiehaut.
Custom House Brotcr au Statistician
General Business Agent.
iflPQQiiiP QtQQmciliin Pn
uuuumu inuQiuouijj uu.
'Oceanic Steainsliip Co.
n wewancja .
-laWrWMIIIlimi aiiuiaW.-, . ., nm 111 MM ....,. 1 1 1 i
- - - - - -.- -.,.-, J utmmtmmtimKMmM'MWtmWnultfWt
From Victoria anil Vancouver, It. C to
Him n mid Sidney)
Stmr "MIOWEH A" September 10
Stmr " WAKIIIMOO" .October 10
Stmr "MIOWEHA" November 10
Stuir " WAKIIIMOO" Dtctmber 10
K?7" For Freight nud Pnssngo and all
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tlio Hawaiian Islands.
i uu iura yon
Occiaental & Oriental Sleamsliip Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HOKGKONG-
Steamers of tho abovo Companion will
call at Honolulu on thoir wny to tho
above ports ou or about tho following
Stmr City of I'eUiur-f. .. .Sept 23, 1S97
Stmr Doric Oct. 7, 1K!H5
Stmrllelgio Oct. 21, 189G
For SAN FKAN0ISC0:
Steamers of tho nbovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
HonKkouK and Yokohama to tho abovo
port on or nbout tho following dates:
Btmr China Sept. 25, 18HQ
Stmr Peru Oct. 12, 1890
Stmr Coptic Oct. 20, 1S90
Hates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO nONO
Cabin 81GO.00 8170.00
Cabiu, round trip. 1
' 'i3n, round trip, 12
.uropoau Steomao. . . . 83.00
PasPeiiKors paying full faro will bo
i IJowed 10 poicent oil" return faro if ro
ti'.rnitifr within twclvo months.
5TFor Freight and PassaRo apply to
H. HAGKFELD CO.,
Wilder Steamship Co's
0. L. WIGHT, PrcZ B. B. ItOSE, See.
Capt. J. A. KING, Port Supt.
i Will leave Honolulu at 10 a. m,, touching at
Bahama, Alaaiaea liay unit M ilieu.i the
same djy; Ulithukomt, Kanaihaeund Lau
pahoeboo the following day, arriving at
Ililo the samo evouing.
Friday S'pt. 18 I Tiienday ...Sent. IS
Tuewliiy .. ..Seiit 29 I Iridnj Siiit. 2.1 I
Friday Oct. 9 Tuesday i 'ct. 0
Tuesday Oct. 20 Friday Oct. 10
Returning, will lenvo Ililo at 1 o'clock
P. m., touciiiii; at Laupahoohoe, Malm
kona and ICawaihao Bin o day; Hakena,
Mualaea liny aud Lalininu the following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho uftoiuoons
of I uosday and Fridays.
" Will call at 1'ohoiki, Puna.
ifyNo Fieight will bo received after
12 uoou on day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday ut Sr,u,,
touching at Kahului, Ilium, Hamoa and
Kipahulu, Maul, ileturuiug arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, ou Rccot.d trip
of each mouth.
fT"No Freight will be received afler
r. M. ou ilay of bailiiij:.
This Company will leicrves the right to
mako ohauges iu the tituo of depiirturo and
arrival of its steamers without uotlca aud
it will not bo responsible for uuy cimue.
quences aiisiug therefrom.
Couhiguees must be nt the Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for fieight alter
it has bcon lauded.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuublcs of passengeis
unless placed iu the coie of Pursers.
Passeugors ore roqnestod to nurchaso
tickets before embarking. ThOnO failing to
do bo will be subject to uu additional
charge of twenty-live per cent
To Let or Lease.
THE 'tESlDENCE OF MRS. A, LONG,
one mile from poqtoffice. Largo house wjth
furniture. Four bed rooms, parlor, large
dining room, pantry, kitohon. bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
servant houses, stables, horso paddock,
garden and troes. A charming location.
Apply to J ALF11ED MAGOON.
tf Merchant fat., noxt I'ostoffli oi
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 1806, $10Gfi46.16
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
A Barings Bonk for Moatblv Deponftg.
Boimm Baili ta MM,!4aatalijMt
Thirteenth Soriea of Stook now opon.
For farther particulars apply to
A. V. GEAE, Secretary.
Chamber of Commerce Rooms.
Office hours, 12:30 1:30 P.M. 373-tf
General Manager of
Tho Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United Stales for tho Hawaiian
Orrcri Merchant strcot, Honolulu.
ATLAS -I- ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. 8CMM1DT & GON3,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
C. B. DA7IGHT
.?? eonttMt '' i'l kinds of BTOXE
WORK, inomtim-ut irlc, cment and '
stone hidowalU , , ci.ibiii.t. 1 havo on
hand the hist 1'nvn in,n stone, Chineso
grunlto, etc. I-iiiHHtmio fur innnnmcntal
work. EstinnHes Riven aud lowist prices
assured. Ttlepkuiic 83X
Consoisaated Soda Water Co., L'O
Corner Allen & Fori Sta., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
ITnlol St.. iinnr Fort. Tel. 302.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BROKER
No. 45 Queen 8trcct.
Expert Apprnisemout of Kenl
Estnto nnd FVruittirp.
GRINDING AND SHARPENING OF ALL KINDS.
Merchant and Richards Streets.
RT" Sharpens Tools and Cnttinu' Knives,
druids Surulenl Instrunieiits to Order, Files
S.iw, etc , cte. 401-t
Hawaiian and Foreign birds and Animals
mounted In the Ut iminr.er, usluu' the latest
methods only. Hotel St near l)r Medrew.
DAVID K. BAKER,
Kuuaun Valley, above tho Mausoleum.
All orders given pioinpt aud fuithful at
tention. No extra ehaige lor delivering
Flowers to uny part of tho oily. Leis,
Mountain Greei.s uud Caruutiuus a spe
GONSi LVES & CO,
W.UOLEISALB GllOCEKS AND
225 Quesn strtot, Plonolulu, fl. I,
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Dealing in Ltitnbor nnd C'oul
and Building Matuiiitlr. of all
Qucmi Klroot, Ilrinolulo,
Book and Job Printer
Merchant Street, Honolulu, li. I.
Ovr-r flnwniiaii News Com puny's
Book Ktoro tnv IS.
AL S GllINBAUAI & CO.,
Queen street, Honolulu, and 215 Front
street, Hau Francisco, nl.
General Merclmndise and . .
. . Commission Merchants,
H. HACKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Oor. Fort and Queen Btrcots, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesalo Importers and Jobbers of . ' v.
European and American Dry Goods.
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