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Sieatnships will leave for and arrive from San Francisco, on the following dates, till the close of 1308. LEAXE HOJIOLOLU.DCT AT HOiNOLCLC 1 bok Sax Fnxsatseo.yu. Sa- Francisco Australia Sept. ISWsniraoo, from Va- 3Iaripsa Sapt.21; coaver Sept. 23 Oeeuafe SspU 2o Alameda .... Supt. 2S Mkracra, for Van-Australia Oct. 7 eourar Oct 2 Oceanic Oct. 17 Australia Oct 14 Mlowera, from Van- Monevai Oct. 19 roarer Oct 23 Warrinioo, for Vau-'irarinosa Oet. 2tJ sourer Not. 1 Australia Nov. 4 China Xov. C.Monowai Nov. 23 Australia Xov. lI'Wrrimoo, from Van- Ataiacda Xov. 16 coaver Nov. 23 Miowara, for Van-China Nov. 27 oanver Dec. 2( Australia Dec. 2 Oceania Dec. 4 Alameda Dec. 22 Aistralia Dec. 9 iliowera, from Van- Mariposa Dec 14 conver Dec. 23 Wnrnruoo, for Van-Oceanic Dec. 26 conver Jan. 1, Australia. . . . Dec. 30 Oity Peking. . .Jan. 2-Warrimoo, from Van Australia Jan. C coaver Jan. 23 Jrom the Sitfater-Jront. Arrivals. Stmr Kinan, Clarke, from Maui and Hawaii. Shur J A Cummins, from Waiuianalo. It M S S Mhriposa, from the Colonies. Passengers. DEPAKECKE8. For San Francisco, per Am bk Albirt, Sept 19 Miss Anna Altnianu and Miss M Lillies. For Ka'iai, per stmr Iwalaui, Sept 19 G N Wilcox, V G Smith, A Dreier, M B Fernandez, A T Atkinson. E A Hansen, Mr Hogg, Mrs A M Spronll and J PDias. ForMani, per stmr Claudine, Sept 19 Bt Jlev Bishop of Panopolis. W Peterson, Onpt H Alilborn, T Vittrock,A Magee.Miss A Beers, Mrs Hamaualau and Mis3 CL Turner. ARRIVALS. From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr Kiuau, Sept 20 T M Maher.HM Dow, A V Scares and wife. W It Sims, F M Swanzy, Miss Mc Gregor, Bobt Young, Missii Dunn, Miss E Johnson, Goo Gran, It S Yege, Miss Annie Hall, Miss Nellie Hall, Miss Jennie Hall, Mrs Osorio and 2 children. Miss Akina, J Keren. Mrs Dr Wight, Miss "Wight, Wm Feruander, SamT Woods, Percv Lishmau, Mrs F L Stoltz, Mrs Albrecht, S Widdifield Ah Leong, C F Horner and wife. Shipping Notes. The Einau arrived this morning, and brought as cargo: 510 bags sugar. 12 bales wool, 12 bbls poi, 229 bags potatoes, 117 bags corn, 3 horses, 95 pigs, S6 bags bones, and 200 packages merchandise. The Am bk Albert took awny yesterday a largenmber of bags of sugar'consigaed to Messrs.Hackfeld ic Co. and M S Grinbaum & Co., valued at $32,224.27. Exports. For San Francisco, per Am bk Albert, Sept 1911 Hackfeld & Co, 0732 bagssu gar; M S Grinbaum ifc Co, 1S00 bags sugar; total, S552 bags (1,915,253 lbs) sugar; dom cstic.valae, $32,224.27. Vessels in Port. U S S Adams, Nelson. U S S Boston, Day. U S S Philadelphia, Parker. Br sch Norma, Yokohama. Am bk Alden Besse, Friis, Sin Francisco. Am sch Alice Cooke, Fenhallow, Pgt Sound Am bk Discovery, Christiansen, S F. Br bk D.ira. Peterson, Newcastle, N S W. Am bkt Jrmgard,Schmidt, Laysan Island. Am bkt W 11 Dimond, Nelson, S F. Am bkt S G Wilder. McNeill, S F. Am sh Topgallant, Jackson, PjrtTownsend Am bk Detroit. Darruh, Nanaimo. LOCAL NEWS. The Kihuu arrived this morning from Hawaii. - The R. M. S. S. Mariposa arriv ed to-day from the Colonies. The Mariposa leaves to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock a. m. Mr. H.M. Dow. chief clerk in the Marshal's office returned by the . Kiuau, after a 'short vacation spent on the other Islands. The police to-day bagged a Chinaman who played Che Fa, a native who obstructed the police and a Jananeso charged with assault and battery. THE BALL TO THE NAVAL OFFICERS. The Ball given lust night as a compliment to the American nava! officers at present stationed here, was ihe most brilliant of the year. In spite of the attempt on the part of the annexation club, to throw cold water on ihe entertainment partly, because it was to take place at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, and partly, because it was evident that the members of the club wouldn't get an entree to society, simply because they had joined the 'Portuguese annexationists, the bpll was an immense success, and the officers of the Philadeljhia are loud in their praises of the hospi tality and geniality of their new Honolulu friends, and profound in their admiration of our girls. The decorations of the Hotel were ex quisite, and the music and the lights and the company (and also the refreshments) made Hawaii, and more especially Honolulu ap pear to our new guests as a true Paradise of the Pacific. Over 100 ladies and gentlemen gathered, and the dancing was kept up till about 2 iu the morning. The Boston officers were brilliant by their ab sence, apparently obeying the man date of annexation's papa, and his adopted sons, but nobody missed them or gave them a thought. The Kentucky orator had no speech for this occasion yet the company survived the snub brave ly. Why politics should have been dragged into this purely so cial affair, we cannot see. The ball was under the efficient super vision of Mrs. Rose Tenney, wife of Mr. E. D. Tenney, member of the Advisory Council, of the Misses Glade, daughters of Consul H. F. Glade, and of Messrs E. D. Ten ney, Hugh Gunn, and R. E. Car ney, and we should imagine that the names of these ladies and gen tlemen would in themselves have been a sufficient guarantee for the absolute success of the entertain ment. AFTER THE BILL. Af'er the b.ill is over, The ball in the Midway Plaisauce, After the hulu-hnla, After the stoinach dance, Dawn over the housetops stealing Brings to us one and all That fearfully tired feeling After the ball. Chicago Timti. An Informer Assaulted. Ah Kwai, a Chinese informer assisted the police in making raid on some Chinese in Pawaa at noon to day. and got into a hole himself. It seems that the Chinamen were prepared for the raid, and when the informer and two policemen appeared, made an attack on them with hoes and kuives. The protectors of the peace of the community took to their heels, and ran until an attack of shortwindedness) or asthma, forced them to halt, face about, and show fight. The Chinese not desiring to hurt the short-winded policemen retired, and directed their pursuit against the informer, who finally was cap tured and hadly cut up. Several arrests were made. 5375 letters and 112 papers were forwarded to tho Orient by the China yesterday. The famous English author Ro bert Louis Stevenson arrived here from Samoa by the Mariposa and will stay over. The Pauoa Eire. TVhat right has Mr. King, Minister of the Interior to offer a reward of 50 for the detection of tho person who caused the fire in Panoa? Tho fire was a grass j fire upon the pasture land of Mr. G. Booth, and in no way endanger ed the surrounding property. The lire was pnt out by order of Mr. Booth, by his own men, and not by tho people sent by Mr. King. As the whole confluinration was confined to tho property of Mr. Booth, does the offer of re ward mean, that under the pre sent regime, a man cannot do as he pleases with his own, when he does not prejudice others? A Petition to China. From a prominent Chinese Merchant, we learn that a peti tion by the leading Chinese hero asking the Emperor to negotiate a treaty with Hawaii was hrtnded to Tsui Jvwo Yin, the returning Chinese Minister yesterday. Tsui Kwo Yin stated to the petitioners that he would lay the matter be fore tho Emperor, but was of the opinion that' it is extremely doubtf ul if such a treaty could bo entered into, because the rela tions between the two countries are too insignificant to warrant the expense of keeping a Chinese Embassy in Hawaii, which would cost the Flowery Kingdom at the lowest figures 10,000 per year. However, ho stated he would do his best to procure treaty rela tions between the two countries. Setting Him Right. The famous bill-collector Mr. J. AY. Luning desires us to state that he is not the Lnning men tioned in our Court-notes of 3res terday. as having been "fired out of a saloon." The part roferred to is Mr. H. Luning, and a quite different party from Ornithorynchus. Wo cannot be lieve that anybody reading our itom could for one minute have imagined that it referred to Mr. J. "VY. Luning that is anybody knowing him. Mr. J. TV". Lnn ing is not to bo fired out any where or by anybody except his bills are paid, and then he loaves tho crowd voluntarily, there being no more money in it for him. We trust that Mr. J. W. Luning's business reputation has not suffered by our roport of his name-sake's little scrape, and we hope he will appreciate our efforts to set him right, and ad vertise him gratis. Music! Professor Berger and his band wil give a concert to-night at the Hawaiian Hotel, complimentary to the passengers on the Mariposa. The following is tho excellent program selected by the Professor for tho occasion: FART 1. 1. March 'Joyce's Post".. Brown 2. Overture "Mansaniello" Anber 3. Waltz "Tout Paris": Waldteufel 4. Selection "II Trovator?" .Verdi past ir. 5. Fantasia "Awakening of 6. Gavotto 'little MarqnisV 7. Waltz -Sultana" S. March "My Goschert"... Hawaii Poaoi. the Lion" Kontzky . .Desmarqaoi ....Bacalosd Sprowacker It is reported that there are four cases of measles in the steer age of the Mariposa. She didn't seem to have any trouble with the Port Physician though. MARINE The Undersigned is authorized to. take Marine Risks ON Hulls, Oarp-oes, JTreio-lits and Commissions, at Current Rates in the following Companies, viz: Alliance Assurance Fire $- Marine, - London Williclma of Maclgeburg Genfl. Ins. Go. Sun Insurance Co., - - San Frajwisco or. s. -wLiiEir. Agent for Hawaiian Islands E. B. THOMAS, Telephones : Bell 351. Mutual 417. Contractor $ Builder Estimates Given on .All Kinds OF BR luii, iiiun, oi viw All . Kinds of Jobbing in the. Building Trade, Attended to. KEEPS FOR SJLE: Brick, Lime, Cement, Iron Stone Pipe and Fittings, Old & New Corrugated Iron, Miuton Tiles, Quarry Tiles, assorted sizes and colors; California and Monterey Sand, Granite Curbing and Blocks, etc. . etc. Corner King ct Smith Sts. Office Hours, 8 to 12 M., 1 to 4 P. M. GRAND OPENING OF THE New Eurnitiire Store ! Robinson Block, Hotel St., oppo. Bethel St FURNITURE, Upholstery and Cabinet Making ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF Wicker Ware, jntia ue Oak .Bedroom Suits, Gliifibniers, Sideboards, etc. Wardrobes, Nlattrasses, Pillows, Etc., MADE TO OEDEE. No Second Hand or Damaged Goods Kept on Hand. ORDWAY & PORTER, Bobinson Block. Hotel St., oppo. Betbol St INSURANCE, Residence : Mutual 410. P.O. Box 117. & n uuuM