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THE PACIFIC C03DIEECIAL ADVERTISER, AUGUST 20, 1884.
11 COMMERCIAL. TCiXBAY, August 2Cth. Tbe news received from the Coast ey last ad vices in regard to sugar Is cot re-assuring. In fact the only deduction that can be drawn from the latest advices, is that retrenchment is the only course open to the sugar planter. To con Arm this statement we bare only to refer our readers to the letter ef Messrs. Williams, Dimond ti Co., which we subjoin. The arrivals for the week were the H. S. Ala meda from San Francisco, and the bktne Amelia from Part Humboldt. The departures were the bktne Klla for Sua frrancisco, and II. 1$. M. H. Constance for Kauai. The receipts of sugar from the other Islands is light, (14,0.19 ags,)as a natural consequence of mills having stopped grinding. Nevertheless, there were full cargoes to be found at Kahulal for tbe Amelia and the Rosario. The Legislature will prorogue on Saturday nest, and probably it will be followed by a more serious .attention to business. Notwithstanding the prevallng opposition to the present Ministry, several new business buildings are being erected, and there is no hesitation to in vest in real estate. "sirw la-tt writinz two ttres have occurred In the :Ity, destroying property to tbe extent of $100,000, We present the following circular; Sax Francisco, August 15. Dius Sib, Our last circular was dated 1st inst. per S 8 Mariposa. 8UOAR The advance reported In our last au ? ices has not been maintained, sales having been made on the 13th Inst, of Cuba centrifugal 97 per :ent test at 5m cents. Mah advices of the 7tU re- nert the matket Quiet and- unsettled. Consumers have been supplylg their wants moderately, and only ;p the extent of current requirements, the outlook for the product of the retinerles, and tbe subdued one of foreign advices offering no in ducement (rmore active operations. Changes for the yeur, compared with previous year, are: Stock, 45,000 tons more; receipts, 152, C00 tons more; distribution. 119,000 tons more; prices, 17 cts lower. London cables of August 7th, report excess stock at the four iorts U K over last year, 59,600 tons. Kugar dull and declining. Beets 88 per cent; Oct-Dr- delivery k 13s. 3d. Beets prompt 12s 9d. BEET CHOP M. Licht's report by mail states that the weather Is very lavorable, and adheres to the view tbat the quantity will be larger and the quality inferior to last year. RICE Tbe market Is firm at 54' cents. A good portion of the last arrivals (1500 bags per W O Irwin, and 240 bags per Kureka) has already changed hands, for local consumption, at the above figure. With Ught receipts there is no prospect of lower price at present. FLO l' It i ' extra family, $I.C5. BRAN 1C per ton f.o.b. HA RLE Y No. 1 feed if 7. Si ceuts per ctl. f.o.b. GROUND BAP.LEV 1 19 per ton f.o.b. OATS. Fair feed, fl.32.1,'. Medium, Choice, 1.47,i. IIAV Wild oat, compressed, ft 16.50 wild cii larva bales, f 14.50. Wheat, none Ing. LIME $1.50 CHARTERS After a period of activity our market Is again quiet, tbough tonnage uppears steadily held. (English advices continue dull and declining. We quote handy Iron, 45s; cork UK; wood, 40s. Crk U K Havre, Antwerp, tbough higher rates are asked. EXCHANGE Loudon CO days sight at 49?4'd. N V bight, 5e. . Yours, faithfully, WILLIAMS, DIMOND fc CO. Stmr James Makee. Freeman, for Kauai and Waianae J I B M S Constance, Doughty, for Hanalei fcchr Kapiolank for Waianae Saturday, July 23. Scfcr Mary E Foster, for Nawiliwili Schr Malolo, for llapuu Mono at, August 25. fetmr Lehua, WIsebarth for all ports from Paau hau to Onomea, Hawaii Stmr Likellke, Lorenzen, for Kahuin! and Mo lokai at 5 p.m. Schr Manuokawai for Koolau Schr Luka, for Knkatau Hchr Haleakala for Pepeekeo Schr Itob Roy, for Koolau Schr Walehn, for Koolau Schr Ehukai for Waialua cbr Kekauluohl, for llanalel ichr Kauikeaoull for Kukaiau Yesel I,euvin;r Till Iaj . btmr Kinau. King, for Maul and Hawaii, at P.M. Stmr I walani, Cameron, lor Kauai and Niihau at P.M. Stmr Waimanalo, Nelson, for Waimanalo Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahalna fcchr Mile Morris, for Kalaupapa Stmr Kawailani for Koolau. Scbr Waimalu, for Koloa I 4 ! 1 From Hilo and way ports, per Klnau, Aug 23 T II Davies and 2 children, L Severance, J Eisse with.F L Leslie, Miss Brewer, J N Wright, C Notley, F P Hastings, Miss F Lndgate, Mrs J Stubblebeen, FGilman.C J Fishel, 11 R Smyth, Mrs J Clark and 2 children, and Miss N Daniels From Lahalna, Fukoo, and way ports, per Like like, Aug 23 Hen 3 O Wilder, wife and daughter, O I Wilder, II Alexander, Brothers Edward and Bernard (ot St. Mary), Geo E Richardson, Miss E Lamb, John A Palmer, A Barnes, Miss Armstrong J II y man, W F Johnson, Master Peterson, MJ McLean, M Paiko. wife andgrandson, J K Hanuna AkanalUlii, Ah Tim, Ah Queen, Akl and 94 deck From Kauai, per Iwalani, Aug 24 Miss Lizzie P Napoleon, Miss A Wiebke, J B Grant, F Gay, Mrs C P Iaukea, Misses Makee (2, J H Ehlers, Master E Boyd, Master C Akau, Master Kelekoma Haul, Master A Hing, Mrs John Wilson, C B God man, J Godman, E F Bishop, Max Scblemrne.r. For all ports from Paanhau to Onomen, Hawaii, August 25 J Seares, wife and child, J A Carlisle, W Sherwood and 10 deck. For Maui and Molokai, per Likelike, August 25 A B Scrimgeour, C R Godman, Miss H K Car penter, J Gedman, Prof I Elijah Nichols, J L Richardson and servant, J H Ehlers, Miss Pililua HoiokahikI, Jos M Poepoe. J K 1 lamina, F Gil Iand, Miss L Ahieng, Mrs J MeCresson and 2 children, and about 95 deck. LIST OP LETTERS T KM A I N IN X, OFFICE, August 23, 1M FOST Arneman, Kari Andersen, Hans 13) Anders, A Ah Fann Agnew, Margar t Ahlback, E Brese, Mrs C Bowers, Martin Balliey, Wm Bowen, J P Burrow, John Bchwolds, August Brown, Miss J Bod-, Mr Bragg, C H Boauhaniai"-, K 4'hamberliu, H W Catlin, Miss Amelia G Cavassot,Mons Antoinno Cook, Ja 1! 2 Audrad. L Advik Joan Antoney, Isabel M Alexander, J W S Atkinson, Phillip Q Beck, Hermann (2) Brook, Mr Bjerk, H J C (3 Buchanen, A (3) Bryan, Harry Bathelos, Mrs C E Butcher. Mrs J Brown, J Burn?, H Brown. W V Carr, Hiram i"i Clarke, Krvderiek EI Dorado. $1.40. f.o.b. offer- FOBEIUN VLSSELS IX PORT. (Am; If. C. Morse, from Nan Perriman, front San O. S. S. Alameda Francisco Am bktne Discovery, Francisco Am bktne Kitsap, 1 Robinson, from Port Towu L&end, W. T. Am tern Falcon, Jacobson. from Bowen's land ing, Cal Am bktne Amelia, Newhall, from Humboldt SIIIII1X XOTES. The Planter brought 3052 pkgs sugar, Vf2 bags awa, 189 pkgs sundries, 29 head cattt, 5 calrcs from Maui and Hawaii The C R Bishop brought 1134 Hamakua. bags sugar from The Mary K Foster brought Koloa U bags paddy irorn The Rainbow brought 402 bags p:ddy -m 1S8 bags rice from Koolau t !The MokolH brought deck passengers, 117 Yessels Expected from Foreign lertH. bags taro, 1 horse, and 7 pigs from windward P M S S Zealandia (Brit) from the Colonies, due J Ports Aug 30 P M S S Australia (Brit) from San Francisco due Sept 6. It. bk Dacca from St. Michaels. Am Bk Elsinore, Jenk, from Port Townsend Am bktne Hazard, Tierney, from Jaluit Am baric Emerald, Hall, from Port Townsend Am bark C O Wbitmore, Newhall, from Port Townsend stmr Geo S Homer (Am) from New York H I Jap M'sship Tsukuba, from S America Bark Chasca (Brit), from Liverpool Bark- Veruna (BrnY, from Liverpool, due August Bark C It Bishop (Haw) from Geesterunde Am tern Hueneme, Elliot, from Port Townsend Am tern John Anderson, from Port Gamble CSS IroquoLs, from a cruise Tern Dora Blubm, Bluhm, from Port Townsend Am bark Ceylon from Hongkong, due Aug 1 Fr S S Bordeaux, from London, via Madeira, due in August. Haw bk Kalakaua, Miller, from San Francisco Brit bark Catalina, from Hongkong Brit bk Banca from Glasgow Am schr Nora Harkins, from Bowen's Lauding, Cal for Kealia, Kauai, via Honolulu Bktne Klikitat, Cutler, from Humboldt, due October Bktne W H Dimond, lloudiette, from Sai Francisco, due August 27-30 Am tern Eva, Wikeman, from San Francisco, due Aug 29-30 Bktne Eureka (Am) Lee, from San Fraucisco The Kauikeaouli brought 2300 liags sugar from Kohala. The Luka brought 14:;s bags sugar from Kohala lele. The James Makee brought 891 bags sugar from Hanamaulu,aud 1400 bags paddy fromKapaa. The Malolo brought 221 bbls molasses from 11a- pnu. She also brought two buoys, one is an old mooring at Keokea, and the other from Paauhau, also 2 anchors and 110 fathoms of chain. They were brought down to be repaired. The Discovery received sugar from the James Makee Wedneedaj. The Haleakala brought 4e0 bags sugar from Pepeekeo. Sails on Monday A native named Kakalia, was on Friday sent to "aol for three months for stealing SI. 35. in We arc pleased to learn that Her Majesty iQueen Dowager Emma'H health continues to Courtney, A A Carrot!, J as K t2 Cotlin, Mrs Maria Clark, A Cass! 11, W c Caorte Castello, Fransito Drew, J Davis, Benjamin, i2 Deerihg, Henry Darr, Theotlor Davis, F C Desmond, Jas t3 Dells, Mrs Dahlstrom. C H Dreyselmer, Mr Dah!, Oskar 2) I-Iarie, Joseph K English, Miss Julia Ebelung, Wm (10 ) I'eelei", Miss Katie Friedlander, Adolpli Foster, Thomas Faria, A Jrant'W(2 (iregory; lrank Gerierout, Martha f 'reen, Miss "arrie ' Gouff, John X ireenfleld, F iTOpley. M P Couereil. ilvunin I 'mapW, John Clark, Jas K 'hristLnsen, Christy, C it Catlias, Mr Glfret Davis, John Davis, D II Uarlinston, C Frank Pannenberg, A Ducommun. Mro Davis, R W iHmphors, John Dickson, John Dlial.FO E A Km el ton, D Kflnani; Mrs Fowler, W Ford, iKaac FIgera, Juan FJsher, C B Gore, Geo Gibbon, A W Goessel, Alfred amalielsfen, F Garrett, Robt POUT OF HONOLULU. H. I. AItItIVAIi. Tuesday, August 1. Stmr Planter, Bates, from Maul and Hawaii imr C R Bishop, Davis, from Hamakua. " Schr Rainbow, from Koolau Schr Malolo from Ohomea Schr Kauikeaoull from Kohalu Wednesdat, August 20. Star James Makee, Freeman, from Kauai, via Waianae Htmr Waimanalo, Nelson, from Waimanalo Schr Kauikeoull from Kohala Schr Malolo from Kohala Tuubsbat, August 21. Schr Haleakala, from lepeekeo. Schr Kapiolani, from Waianae Fkiday, August 22. Steamship Alameda, H O Morse, 6 days aud 17 hours from San Francisco Am tern Falcon, Jacobson, from San Francisco, via Bowen's Landing, Cal Schr Kekauluohl from Hanalei Schr Rob Roy, from Koolau Schr Manuokawai, from Koolau Schr Josephine, from Ewa SATrBAV, AUgUfct 23. Wtmr Kinau, King, from Maui nC Hawaii. Stmr Likelike, Lorenzen, from Kahului, Pukoo and way ports at Molokai Stmr Lehua, WIsebarth, from Molokai and Maui. Schr Nettie Merrill from Lahaina Schr Ehukai from Waialua Schr Waiehu, from Koolau Schr Mile Morris from Waimanalo SfXBAT, August 24. Stmr Iwalani, Cameron, from Kauai and Jiiihau Am bktne Amelia, Newhall, 21 days from Humboldt Schr Kawailani from Koolau Schr Fauahl, from llanalel Mo4Jat, August 25, Stmr Mokolii. McGregor, from a circuit of Molo kai, via Lahaina and Lanai Schr Marion, from Punaluu IMPORTS. From Bowen's Landing, Cal, per tern Falcon, Aug 22 W G Irwin A Co. 271,937 ft R W lumber, 00,000 shingles, 2000 posts From San Fraucisco, per Alameda, Aug 22 H A Widemann,2 cs electrical material: W G Irwin, 1 elevator, etc; J M Horner, 7 dogs; Orders, 1 cs yankee notions, 4 copy presses, 4 cs of silk. 50 bars iron. 104 doors, 21 pkgs windows, 7 pkgs blinds, 55 chests tea, 13a kegs lead, 65 kegs lard, 94 bbls sal mon, 190 bales hay. 120 bales dry goods, 11 pkgs of linen, C2 pkgs snooks, 184 pkgs furniture, 26 ranges, 400 pkgs groceries and provisions, 14S cs boots and - shoes, 6 cs sewing machines, 24 cs patent medicine, 31 cs maccaronf, 14 cs garlic, 56 cs cheese, 40 bdls paper, 10 bdls binder's board, 12 bdls spades and shovels, 54 rolls leather, 110 bxs apples, 115 bxs codfish, 53 bxs hats, 200 bxs to bacco, 50 bxs raisins, 20 bxs root Hour, 145 bxs plums, 87 pc cast iron pipes, 6 iron water closets, 42 trunks, 427,000 shingles, 3000 qr sks flour, 574 sks potatoes, 643 sks sks barley, 462 sks bran, 60 sks beans, 9 sks onions, 60 sks oats, 215 cs whis key, 135 cs wine, 115 cs brandy, 71 cs canned goods, 130 cs bread, 14 cs clocks, and about 1975 pkgs sundries. Humphrey, CaptH (2) lliggins, Leroy (3 Jiart, Jurs Harriet Hurcbisona, W Humphrey, Miss Bella Henry, Wm 2) From Trinidad, per bktne Amelia, Aug 24 Allen A Robinson, lumber, pickets, posts, and 200 M shingles EXPORTS. For San Francisco, per bktne Klla, August 21 C Brewer & Co, 3023 bags sugar and 183 bbls mo lasses; Castle & Cooke, 4084 bags sugar; B F Bolles 2 cs cigars (5000). Total hags sugar, 7107; total tounage, 424 597-200;). omestic valne, f 40,208.78 ; foreign, f S7,o0. MEMORANDA. The following is tbe report of the bktne Amelia,,- bailed from Trinidad Aug 2nd,were becalmed off Trinidad till Tuesday, AugStb; then took a light N E wind, which lasted to port. Were eight days making the last 200 miles. Mondaj 11th instant spoke ship Edward O'Brien, 103 days out from. Liverpool for San Francisco, lat-2.2i) N, long 136.20 ' w The steamship Alameda, L'apt Morse, salied from San Francisco Aug 15th, at 3 iar. Had light WNW winds for the first 30 hours; thence light SSW and SW winds, with fine weather and smooth -sea. Aug 17th, at 10 a.m., passed a three, masted schooner standing to the eastward, Ar rived In port at 11 a.. Aug 22nd, 6 days and 17 hours per . DEl'ARTCRES. TUKSDAY, AUgUSt 19. Stmr Kinau, King, for Hawaii and Maui at 4 stmr Iwalani, Cameron, for Kauai, at 5 P M fcehr Caterlna, for llanalel Schr Nettie Merrill for Lahaina Schr Leahl for Kohalalle Schr LIholiho for Waimea. Schr Manuokawai, for Koolau Wednesday, August 20. Stmr Waimanalo, Nelson, for Waimanalo. Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, for a circuit of Molo kai, via Lahaina and Lam9 at 5 P. M. Thursday, August 21. Kukuihaele and Francisco at Stmr C R Bishop, Davis for Hoaokaa, at 12 M. Am bktne Ella, Howe, for San 10 AM. Schr Pohoiki for Puna bchr Rainbow, for Koolau Friday, August 22. Stmr Planter, Bates, for Maalaea, Kona and Kau at 4 p.m. From Maalaea, Lahaina, Kona aud Kau, Planter C B Godman, J Godman, E McDade, Mrs J CS Hoapili, Geo K Kepoikai, F May, C K Alcana, ii.u bmitn, j jv isanaie and wife, Akana S M Kamakau, Mrs Cawewehl, and 44 deck From Hamakua, per C R Bishop, Aug 19 Hon Paul Isenberg, E Muller, 11 deck, and 1 prisoner For Kauai and Niihau, per Iwalani, Aug 19 Mrs Simpson, Mlsa Parke, Mrs Christian and children, IxjuLs Titcomb, Mrs Cuthbert and 3 children, C B Godman, J B Alexander ,-H P Faye, W Spits, J B Grant, James Mattoon, S K Kahu kula, E C Winston, S Decker, Max Schlemmer, N Kulhman, and about 65 deck For Maui and Hawaii, per Kinau, Aug 19 Mrs J H Hayselden. 5 children and servant, Mr Moorhead, J H Fairchild, W A Bowen, T E Evans, W O Atwater, Alonzo Kuhla, J A Buck and son. Miss Maria J Alapai, Mrs W C Achi. Mrs J Alapai, F Spencer, E M Walsh, S Obed, Mrs E Clark and 2 children, JG Jones, E Miller, FM Butler, Mr Graham, C J Fishel, G K Ewart, S K Kane and wife, aad about 130 deck For San Francisco, per bktne Ella. Aug 21 F Cunningham, O Cunningham, G W Jacques and wife Wilheim Milter, Miguel Sieman, N Wallace, John Larry From San Francisco, per Alameda, Aug 22 C F Dalian, Chas Brenig and wife, Mrs C F Dallam, Walter McBride, Mrs E A KcBride, Miss 31 Mc- Bride and two sisters, Master McBride, Wm ! Greig, F B SutlefiT, A Otto. Mrs James Kirkland, S ! Ehrlich, M J A Kennedy, Asa Harker, Mrs A j Marker. Curtis. Miss K Raye, J Hanson, M Davis, Miss M Davis, Miss H Bowen. D Daley, G Severen. G Brandsietter, Chas Everett, S J Renault, Wri Dean, J H Harding, Mrs S Berry, U Meyer, Ed Danel, Mrs M Silva, John Touts, Chas H Dexter, A Gartenburg, Mrs D McGregor, L Hansen, 9 Chinamen, 7 Chinawomen and 2 child ren For Maalaea, Kona and Kau, per Planter, Aug 22 Ornithorhynchus Liming and wife, Miss Laine G II Robertson, Julian Monsarrat, B U Kawainui and wife, Mrs W H Reed, Mrs L A Thurston, E smith, Francis M Hatch, A Barber, H p Kahana nul, and about 9S deck improve. The Kekauluori brought 100 bags sugar and 330 bags rice from Hanalei The Rob Roy brought 300 bags rice from Koolau The Josephine brought 800 watermelons from Kwa The Manuokawai brought 14 1 bags sugar from Kaneohe, nnd 183 bags rice from Punaluu .The schooner Emma Claudma sailed from San Francisco for Hilo on August 14th; bktne W H Dimond and the tern Eva for Honolulu on August 13th The British mau-of-war Constance sailed Fri day afternoon at 3 o'clock, in company with the James Makee. for Kauai. . She will return before the departure of the Alameda The Ian' bark Kalakaua, Capt Clifford, sailed from San Francisco August 14th, for San Jose de Guatemala The bktne KUkltat arrived at Port Gamble on 11th August from this port The bark Ferris S Thompson arrived at San Francisco Aug 14th, 18 days from Kahului, and the brgtne W G Irwin on the 11th from hence The bktne Eureka arrived at San Francisco on the 13th August, 21 daj-s hence The tern Nora Harkins sailed from San Fran cisco Aug 7th for Bowen's Landing. She will bring material for Col Z S Spaulding's plantation at Kealia, Kauai. She will 'first call here and then proceed to Kauai The tern Falcon arrived in port on Friday, after a passage of 19 days from Bowen's Landing, 'Cal. She had very light winds from NK the entire pas- ,Boge. She is consif.-ned to w u irwin e uo The Iwalani brought 893 bags sugar, 48 bags paddy. 10 bags taro, 10 bags rice, 10 bags pia, 18 hides. 53 bales wool, 200 sheep. While at Kipu kai, Kauai, all hands went fishing, and made a haul of 110 ulur.s" and nluis." The Kinau bronght 744 bags sugar, 3 horses, 41 head cattle, 33 hides, 6 bdls goat skins and 105 pkgs sundries The stmr Lehua brought 2332 bags sugar The Waiehu bronght 200 bags rice and 5 pigs from Koolau The schr Anna, Capt McCulloch, sailed from Kahului Aug 23rd, for San Francisco with 311 bags sugar, weighing 704,400 lbs, and 290 hides; value, $34,450, she took as passengers, R Suther land and family The schr Rosario wiled from Kahului Aug 22nd for San Francisco, with 3704 bags sugar, weighing 496,414 lbs; valued at f 23,000 The schr Anna arrived at Kahului Aug i"tn from San Francisco In ballast The schr Rosario, Capt Swift, arrived atKahuloi ; Axig 17th, from Francisco with a general cargo The bktne Amelia, Capt Newhall, arrived in port on Sunday, 21 days from Trinidad, numboldt, with 463,000 ft lumber and 200,000 shingles to Messrs Allen & Robinson The Hawaiian bark Augusta, Capt Bassart, from. Apia, Samoan Islands, went ashore in a fog at ie , mouth of the El wall river, W T, on the 28 th July, with but small damage. She was hauled off with the assistance of 4 tugs and taken to Port Towns end, where she was afterwards libelled by the owners of the tugs for salvage. The case had not been settled up to Aug bth. A bark was reported as being off port last Satur day, but since then she has not made an appear ance. The Ehukai brought 356 bags sugar, 400 bags ot paddy, 40 pigs nnd 3a pkgs sundries from Waialua. Hermann, Ph Hamonde, Eugene Hopkins, Ed Howe, Mrs Howard, P C Hocking. A Hanson. L P Hassel, Carl Harrison (4) JTargensen, Andrias Joy,M Jones, A W Johnson, Mrs H Jewell, A L (5) Kennedy, Mrs Jas H Knight, Albert J (2) Kennedy, Chas Karati, Wm Keller, Prof John A Kind, Miss Flora King, John Iwls, II Liddy, Michael Low, Jas M Luesmann, II Lee, Walter E Lewison, Mrs M Lyham, Mr Muller, A (2) Marshall, John C McClain,Geo H Miller. II Marthensen, Oharl Miller, Ch McCandless, Chas Moorehead, Jesse, Mills, Joseph Muller, W (3) Mclntyre, Miss Agnes Meeker, L E Martin, ThosC Mclntyre, Miss Maggie Medhurst, H McKenny, Henry Murphj', T Michele, Mauri Muller, F Xillsson, Nills Nicholas, M Nye, J Henry Nieber, Mr Olsen.OJ Orford, Arthur lriestner, W R Partridge, Wm C Pierce, Miss Rose Pokrantz, Chas Parker, Wm Patten, Jos Richard A Co, Messrs Radin, John Rautenberg, R (2) Roberts, Wm Richardson, Wm Soper, Sub Conductor Schotlzy, B H Schriner, Hermann Simonin, Albert (4) Stockley, Wesley Schucan, U Smith, Alex Stiles, E Spaulding, C II Schmidt, Amelia Smith, Mrs J Sherwood, James (2) Sutherland, R Slone, Chas E Tripn Geo Tenoire, Bento Tuttle, Capt A A Taylor, II T Ure, Mrs John (2 Vreira, Joaquim Van Camp, Dr A Waugh, Hattie J Wolff, Martin r3 1 Wilson, Ed W Wall, H Ward, G Wessel, H W Webster, Mrs (2) White, Geo (barber) Woolham, Wm Whittington, Mr Yoozes. Wm J IDjghes, John (2) Hinckley, Edward Hale, Richard Hatch, H N ITeaton, John (-2 Healey, Mrs A B Ilnse, M r Heine. Mrs 11 Jones, Mr John, Kem J whaniit-s' it, Johnson, 11 King. JIj C;i;.r.i.i. Kennedy, Austin E r-J Kelly, Jas R Kadbeckek, A Knudsen, S J Kirchoff, Mrs M Lowry, Geo (2) Lewis, Phillip Larsen, A L (2) Lancashire, 11 Legros, John Larsen, Geo Lenta, W H 4 ) Mark, Mr Maddox, Robt Morgan, K F Muller, Edwd McCully, C Ti) Meineken, D Matthew, o McGurn J More, M McMahon, Barney Mason, Mrs McNulty, Thos Meyer, H McCarthy, A J Mitchell, Miss Mary MclntORh, John McGiney, E P Moutross, Capt H Meyer. II Nixon, J H Nils en, Carl Norris, Sam'l Nordre, H G O'Neil, Jas Osgood, S R Pennell, David G Pico, Miss Rachel Pigdant, L D T Paulson, J Purvlss, Geo P Pedersen, Theo Ruberg, Walter H Ross, M C (2) Reed, J S Ross, Wra Stickney, W C Stratmeyer, Fred Stretch, R II Sabin, W C Stichnoth, Z W Sherrett, R F (2 Stigel, Belle Smith, C Fr5) Storring, Ad Sheehan. Thos 1 Smith, F Sanne, J N Shaw, J Smythe, H B Tollefson, O Tebbutt.Rev C Tirrell, Wm E 2, Townsend, II s Cre, W P Vogt, Geo White, Geo Wessels, J H Walsh, Mrs Emma Wosterdohl, Martin Winter, Miss Whaler, Wm Warness, Mrs L Wilson, John W Wagner, Ed Parties inquiring for letters in the above list are particularly requested to ask for Advertised Letters." H. M. WHITNEY, aug2-d2t Postmaster-General. The Pauahi brought 724 bags paddy and.199 bags sugar from Hanalei. She leaves to-morrow for Wainiha, Kauai. STEAMER KIMAU. FING COinmanaer The Kaw Koolau. ailani brought l00 bags paddy from Sunday for Pearl on board, and re- The Waimanalo sailed last River with an excursion party turned the same evening. The bktne Discovery will probably leave for the Coast to-morrow r next day. THE STEAMER "KINAU" WILL LEAVE I HONOLULU EACH TUESDAY at 4 P. M., touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Bay, Makena. Ma hukonaj Kawaihae, Laupaboehoe and Hilo. Returning, will touch at all the above ports, Mriving at Honolulu each Saturday P. M. The "KINAU" will eave her wharf at 4 P. nr.. and NO FREIGHT WILL BE RECEIVED AFTER 3 P. M. Due notice is given of this rule, and it will be carried out. oct 1 t-!fcw 3us'i!uss (Saras. O, D. Fkkkth. W. C. Pkacwcx. FREETH ft PEACOCK, h, 23 hmi li, Honolulu, B. L WINE Xm SPI1HT AND GENERAL dun Merc us. Offers for Sale at the lowit market rules a Urre and well assorted stock of th Choicest and most favorite brands of ALES, BEERS, PORTER, WINES. SPIRITS, LIQUEUilS, te., Ac, fcc. All Goods guaranteed, and orders filled prompto . TKLSrKo.N k. .0. 10. P. O. Box, na. 10. aug 19-Cmd&w l iiter-THland. Steam navigation Company's T I 1 IS ,T A .B Xj K. BATES '. Commander Will rnn regularly for Kona and Kau. LEAVES HONOLULU AT 4 P . M .. Friday Tuesday- Friday. Tuesday.... Friday. .April 4 . 15 . " 25 ..May 6 .May IS Tuesday. Friday Tuesday.... Friday ....May 27 ....... June 6 June 17 JTuue 27 Returning, Touching' at Maalaea Juno S Tuesday.. Friday Tuesday June 24 Friday July 4 Friday April 11 Tuesday April 22 Friday .May 2 Tuesday - May 13 Friday. - May 23 ARRIVING AT HONOLULU AT S P. M. On the out trip, will touch only at tbe following ports in Kona, Kailua, Keauhou, Hook en , and Hoopuloa. Steamer Iwalaeai, CAMERON M M Commander Leaves Honolulu Kvery. Taeoday, mt 5 P. XX.. For Nawiliwili, Koloa. Waimea and Eleele, Kauai. Returning, leave Nawiliwili every Saturday evening. Steamer eTa Makee, FREEMAN Commander Zeave IXonolnln Every Tbontday mt Z 1. M. For Kapaa and Kilauea. Returning leaves Kauai every Tuesday at 4 P. M. and touching at Waianae both ways. Stcamei. IS.ISisliop M..Comm ander. Tu end ay ai DAUW Leaves Honolulu Every 4 1. SI. For Kukuihael-, Honokaa and Paauhau. Return Ing arrives at 1J 01 olulu every Saturday morning, o wtf iEO. W. KACFARLAXE, IX. K. KAC7ABLANK. G. . MACFARLOE & CO., Importers, - CommJslon MercIiantM, and Kagar Faefors. Fire-Proof Building - - Qneen Street, Honolulu. AOKNTS rOB Kilauea Sugar Co., Kauai, The Waikapu Sugar Plantation, Maui, The Spencer Sugar Plantation, Hawaii . Honahina Sugar Co., Hawaii, Huelo Sugar Mill, Maui, Huelo Sugar Plantation, Maui, Reciprocity Sugar Co., liana, Makaha Sugar Plantation, Oahu, Ookala Sugar Co. Hilo, Hawaii. Olowalu Sugar Co., Maui. Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co., Hawaii, J. Fowler fe Co. team Plow and Portable Train way Works, Leeds, Mirrless, Watson & Co.'s Sugar Machinery, Glas gow, Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets, Liverpool and Honolulu Line of Packets. London and Honolulu line of iteamers, Sun Fire Insurance Co., of London ayl dsw 3rns