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woro. fairly atoII filled with vliilor?,
but not co nitiiiv people n muni
wore puwnt in the Riouuds The
music was lino.
At nnon lo-dav Mi. J. V. Motg.ui
sold tin lollowin; piupcitu- ll.u
rison liunuMi.nl, inci of Lun.ihlo
mill Viitoim .t: t to Kcv. Dr.
Ueokwitli for $2,ii'5; tho lcaidoncc
on Nuiiami Valley Pond, opposite
Ml. Polini-fpi-'s losudeiicu to Jilr. 0.
Hollo fin -ti.1,300; lot nml 2-ioonr cot
tage on Hcrrtaniu shoot, adjoining
Connm-rcinl, to Mr. Nolle for $2,300.
Saturday, Sept. 22.
Madame Pulli Itosa will slioitly
pass through Honolulu.
Jin. J. 15. Gaylotd ol circus funic
was n through pniwngpr hy S. S.
Dit. A. A. Ciiviu- will be appointed
Uovcrnuicnt physician for the dis
triet of Makawno. Maui,
t. Tin: tnx appeal Hoaid for ljono-
X lulu consists of Hon. .1. T. Wntci-
K. house, .lr., aud AAr. R. Allen.
f" Wit. S. Khilieh loft on tho Zcalan
dia tuul will join the ranks of tin?
benedicts in San Francisco.
Puiiskii Geo. McLano has the
thanks of tlit? Hum.kti.v for late Colo
nial papers and other news favors.
It would not bo at all surprising
if tho Zcalandia ai rived in San Fran
cisco before the City of New York.
A quantity of war iiintcrinl was
shipped from London, Sept. lid, by
the ship Scottish Locas for the Vic
Tin: trustees of His Majesty's es
tate have noted an appeal against
the decision of 3Ir. Justice 1'ieslon in
the Aki claim.
Tin: foieign diplomatic representa
tives were on the whaif this morning
to say good-bye to Mons. Laurent
Coehelet, the French Commissioner.
Mil. Sells, pioprietor of Sell's Cir
cus, was it tliiough passenger on the
Zcalandia. The circus will not visit
.Miss Nellie Karroo and Mr. Leslie,
of the Loudon Gaiety Theatre Co.
will pass thiough heie on the Ala
meda next month.
Mn. John Arundel, a gentleman
with many waim friends here, was a
through passenger by the Zcalandia
en route to San Francisco.
A rixi: panoramic view of Hono
lulu from tho Government building
lias recently been taken hy J. A.
Gonsalvos, tho photographer. It
gives a capital idea of the city.
Tur. Post Office despatched by the
City of New York, 1S15 letters and
.155 packages of papeis; by the
Zealandin 172S letters and 2.18 pack
ages of papers.
Tin: compromise Madras claim of
$22,000 as passed by the Legislature
wab paid this morning to Mr. T. It.
"Walker, attorney-in-fact for Mr
John Chapman, one of the owners of
His Excellency the Minister of the
Interior took his departure for San
Francisco on the Zcalandia, to bo
absent a few weeks. The Minister of
Foreign Afi'aiis will act as Minister
The taro patch at the corner of
Fort and King sticets is doing finely.
If it kcops on growing at the rate it
has done for the past week, Mclntyie
Pros, will have a crop for sale about
Tin: Zcalandia, after twelve bonis
stay in this poit, left foi San Fran
cisco at noon. Quite a number of
the departing passengers wore leis or
carried bouquets. Tho Band was
David Moehonua, well-konvw .?s
an all-round baseball placer, died at
2 o'clock this morniiy at "VYaikiki.
He was about twjnty-two years of
age, and had .'.itely been employed
on the poll'o foice.
TiiBurwas a good attendance of
men.ft the tempbranco meeting in
Biiwor's block, last eveninir. Ad-
jL, drosses were made by Mr. P. C.
fi8L ' Jones, Mr. Justice Dole, Itevs. H. II.
pp- Gowen and W. IJ. Oloson, and J. A-.
. A Melbourne paper of August
2Gth has the following ; Negotiations
fe-' are in piogiess for tho importation
fb, " of the Itoyal Hawaiian Jlrass Band,
which was victorious over most of
" the Victorian bands in tho competi
tions a few years back, to play at the
Mnssus. A. S. Ilartwell, T. Pain
Walker, and John Emmcluth have
been appointed a Board of Prison
Inspectors under the provision of an
Act entitled "An Act pioviding for
prison inspectors and defining their
duties and powers."
"l'UNCTUAMTV'-is tllO MHll of bllbi-
k ness," is.a saying that tho Boaid of
Education believes in, for it has is-
jd a notice that all teachers in
""" joveninient schools uro expected to
be in attendance at their rospectivo
schools, at least fifteen minutes be
fore 0 a. in,, the time set foroponiiig.
Mn. L. J: Luyey Jius icceivcd ad
vices that the Carlcton English
Opora Copipany and a Ilumply
Dnmpty Pantomiuo Company will
shortly arrive hi Honolulu en, loute
to tlio Colonies. Tlioy will conic on
the Australia and remain until tho
through mail steamer. Mr. Levey is
' authorised to make all arrangements
and will give duo notice of tho two
Monday, Sept 21,
Tin; Planter's Monthly for Soptom
bor is out.
Mn, Justice Bickerton piesides at
Cliiunbois this week.
Tun King returned from Hawaii
on Sunday morning.
Wiin.f the Mikaliala loft Koloa,
Satuiday, tho health of Mr. Cropp
A xv.w kind of liio and huiglar
proof safe can bo had by applying at
Tin: cano throughout tho island of
Maui is looking well, says an old re
Tin: Ventures scored 17 to the
Uoads and Bridges 8, in tho baseball
H. B, M. H. Ooiimokant is daily
oxpected from British Columbia, to
relieve tho Hyacinth.
It is said the King will leave on
tho mail steamer noxt month to visit
tho Melbourno Exhibition, j
TttlJ "Paindisu of tho Parillo" is
mil. Copies enn be had nt J. J. Wil
liams' photographic studio.
Mnssu. H. (!. P.tynnt and L. T.
Valentino have been appointed as
signees of Mr. A. Moignti, cauiage
Mn. and Mrs. Bruce t'ailwiight
and family leave on the Australia for
n tluee months' visit lo the Stales.
A NVMliKit of the pupils of Kiinio
hatneha School attended service at
Knwai.inao (Jliiticli, bummy morn
ing, attited in their new giay uni
forms. Hk mc and mail n copy of the
"Bulletin Weekly Sumiiuny" to your
fiiemls. Nothing belter for Hawai
ian news. It will be ready eaily to
Tin: Cliintimati in rested for impli
cation in the Puna minder, was
bionghtdown on tho Kinau Sunday,
in hons, and lodged in Oahu Prison,
for safe keeping until his tiial comes
Mnssus. G. 11. Whitehead of Lon
don, and A. J. Crookshank of Santa
Ana, leturncd 'from the Volcano
Sunday on the Kinau. They were
much pleased with the trip.
Tin: Austialia will sail at noon
to-moirow. The mail from the
Post Olliee will close at 11 o'clock.
See that your letters and papers am
propcily addiessed and stamped, and
in the oflice ahead of closing time.
Wr. regret lo announce that slioitly
after four o'clock this morning Mr.
Gideon West was stricken down with
a stroke of apoplexy at bis lesidence,
Waikiki. Medical aid was at once
biiinmoned and as wo go to press he
is comfortable and there is a slight
improvement for tho butter.
Mu. James Gockett, of Molokai,
and Miss Stella Kcoinailani will be
miirtied at 11:.'10 o'clock to-morrow
morning, at St. Andrew's Cathedral,
by the Hev. Alex. Mackintosh, assist
ed by Hev. IT. II. Gowen. A recep
tion will be held immediately after
tho ceremony ,at St. Andrew's Priory.
Mil. J. S. Bartholomew leaves on
the Australia to-morrow on business
connected with the inter-island cable.
The cable is made in the East and
then sent to San Francisco to be
armoied. Theio is a delay in forward
ing the cable and that is what is Mr.
Bartholomew is going to enquire into.
S S Australia fioin San Francisco
Selu S.irali it Ella from Koolau
Stmr Knala lrom Waianac and Waialua
Sinir Knala fiom Waialua anil Waianac
Stmr Iwalani lrom llainakua via La-
Stmt C K Biliop from Kool.ui
I5U ,la A King fi oiu Pngct Sound
b'clir Ilalcakala from 1'epeckeo
S b City of New York from Yokohama
and Hongkong, en route for San
Bktue ICHUtat f.iom Pugct Sound
Stmr .la Makce from Kajiaa
Sclir Kiilamaiiu from IColiolalele
Sclir Lavinla from Ewa
Sclir Jlceia from AVaianae
Sclir Mary from llanalei
Sclir Kaiiiliow from Koolau
Stun- ivaalii from AVaialua and Waianac
S & Zcalandia from the Colonies en
route for San Franeifco
Ilkiue Conuc( from.San Fra'teio-o
11 1! Jt S Hyacinth returns from a short
Stmr Likelikc fiom Maui
Stmr Mokolii fiom Molokai
Stmr Kinau from Hawaii and Maui
Stmr iMlkahala from ICauai
Stmr "Waialeale from Kauai
Sclir Mille Morris from Koolau
btmr Kaimiloa put back
Uk Lady Lampson from San Francico
Stmr Lehua for Nuu and ports in Ha-
makua and Hilo Districts
Stmr Mikaliala for Kauai at ! p m
Stmr Kinau for Hilo and way ports at
1 p m
Stmr Waialeale for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr W O Hall for Labaina, Maalaca,
Koua and Kau at 0 p in.
Sclir Kauikeaouli for Koliala and IColio-
USS Yandalia for San Francisco at 11
nilES Hyacinth for a short ertiKc
Uk Ceylon for Pngct Sound
Stmr Kaala for Waialua and Waiauae at
Stmr Ewa for Ewa
Uk Sonoma for Paget Sound
Stmr Kaimiloa for Lahsiiua and llaina
kua at U a m
Stmr O It Bishop for Waianac, AVaialua
aud Koollau at 1) a m
S S Zcalandia for San Francbco at noon
Stmr Jus .Makeo for Knpaa at -I p m
S S Citv of Now York for San Fran-
Sept 'J I
Stmr Kinau for Jlilo and way ports at
I p ni
Stmr .Mol.'olll for .Molokai at !i p m
Stmr Viva lor Molokai and Kuan at
Sluir Kaala for aiiinae and AVaialua at
o a m
Stinr.J A Cummins for Koolau at 10
h'elir llaleakala for Pepeekoo
Bk Allanta for Puget Sound
Sclir ,Moi AVahlue for h'oholalelu and
Sehr Mary for Haimlei
1'or Maui per stmr Likullkc, Sept 17
HoiisJ U Kuwalnui, ( Nawahliie mid
E Hulokimlhi, wlfo and family, Mrs Dr
Brown, Mlu Sinijisoii, K D Baldwin,
Mrs S (i Wilder. L M A'etleseu, Mr
Ilowi'ii, Mrs II KoloiiioUu and UU deck.
For .Molokai per stmr MoUilii, Sept
17 Hons A P Paehaolo anil JNakuluk i,
II Van Gleseii, wife, and eliild, Bov
Strenger, Mrs L.l Naliora Hipa aud "0
For Kauai per stmr .Tas Makce, Sept
17 .Mrs Cropp, Mr Cockburii, wife and
family, aud others.
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr Kliian,
Sept 18 For Volcano: A .1 Crook
siiaiili and G U Whitehead. j.'0r Hilo
- butuiitw atoiy
MrMJtwi - giraiuwiv -
and wav poit: Ills Mnety tlio King,
Mlss llattie Klpl, Hon li H llalley, E
Bade and wife. M A Housalvc. Hon J
AVIght, tl S Ktekiud, II AV .Allst, Mr"
ltoe and son. C Sncvd-Kyiuiersley and
wife. II II Mclucrny, O P Paine. A T
Atkinson, MKs Tinner, Mrs Uarnard,
Mis C Nollov. (1 P Knmanoliaiuiil fam
ily, llou 1) Kainai. Kcv S C Lulilau,
wife and child. II A lleen, MJS3 Makce,
Mrs V V lla-Uliigt, F S Dunn, 11 Law
and "o deck,
For Kau.ii nci stmr Mikaliala, Sept
ly-Hon W II lllce. wife and family,
Ml Hauls. Jir F AVllholin.Ilon Frau-
ci Itiij , Itfv 1 limidcll. P Isenhcrg jr.
V BeilVlnianti. Ml Forbe, T Sawcrs,
Mi'j K.'iklua and 00 deck.
For ilaul and Hawaii per tmr AV G
Hall, Sept 18-J S Ftncrson, Mr Alex
ander, AV 11 Hiilstend, K P Parker and
2 children. C Acini, Mr Akl, Mrs Mc
Kay, J P Lind, C Slders. Mrs MeDade,
J M Jlonsarrat, Mrs Dickeiion, Mr
Hayscldcn and 75 deck.
From San FraiieWeo per S S Austra
lia, Sept 18 -Mrs I) Center, Mrs II Love
and child, Dr .1 M Whitney, wife and 2
childicn, Miss A Walker, Miss M
AValker, Miss Louisa Brlckwoud, F S
Dunn and wlfe.Mrs AV M Olffard and
child, Mrs 0 B Moore and child. A J
Ivor, F Founder, Mis L It Patch,Mls8
Lvdla Fil.lmmons, N H Sachs, J A Ini
luch, AV T Uhuiliiun, II Snlblev, Dr A A
t rauc and wife, Mrs M L Hall, T AV
Fleming, ,lno M Sass, AV J llrodoriek,
wife and child, J C Tiirton. B F Saylor,
E L Marshall, Mis M M Evan, a chil
dren and nurse, Mis Capt. .1 Brown,
Mls Battle Brown, Mis K K White, A
.1 Crookskank, G 11 AVhltehead. .1 F
Column, Mrs Lacy. Miss M Dyke, A V
Gear, C L AA'ight and 25 steerage
From Hamakua and Lahaina. per
tmr Iwalani, Sept 19 Mrs C D Mills,
Master t Dexter, Master T Blckard,
Miss Bessie Blckard and 22 deck.
From a circuit of Maui per stmr C 31
BIhop, Sept 19 J -II Paty and wife,
Mises Annie. Mary ami Julia Paty,
.1 Gay, Mrs Silva, '2 Chinese and 5 deck.
From Kapaa. per stmr Jas Makce,
Sept 20 Col Z S Spalding and Mr Cole.
For Paget Sound per hk Ceylon, Sept
20 CI' tiurney.
From Hongkong per S S City of New
York, Sept 20 Mrs Dlnig and '2 chil
dren, Mr Goo Took and -i;!7 steerage.
From Kalmlui and wav ports per
stmr Likelikc, Sept 22 Ho'n AV O AVil
der, .1 Neil, J Byron, .To Gunwald, I.au
Chong, Jno Dickson. G II Moore, Sis
ter Hariana, Louisa Jesus, Mrs Monlz,
Mrs Plemmer. Mrs Metcalf, Edith aud
Ida Metcalf, E M AValsh, AV A Bowen,
AV P A Brewer, wife. 3 children anil
servant, Miss Brewer, Tho Llllie, Mas
ter Osborne, Miss Osborne, Mrs Brown,
Henry Merrill. H AV Meyer mid SL deck.
l'ro'in San Francisco per bgtnc Con
suolo, Sept 22 Miss Louise Adlcr.
For San Francisco, per S S Zcalandia,
Sent 22-Miss D Hirshberg, lion Co
ehelet, AV S Luce, wife, '2 children and
servant, II C Carter, AVm McGnrn and
wife, S Ehrllch, Ilia Ex L A Thurston,
Dr Moses Grossman. G AVallcr, Mis E
E Hcrimunu. Itcv AV II Stiengcr, H N
Mis II Catle, J Kidwell. ttcerage:
E Bailey, 11 Hansen, Wm Edwards and
II L Bhinchard.
From Kauai per stmr Mikaliala, Sept
2;i Mls Kale L Bogers, It Fountain.
Mis Lottie Fountain, S B AVilson, Mrs
M .) Bowell, S Macauley, G Boss, Ex
Goverucs Lanihau, G AV Smith, and 35
From Hawaii and Maui per stmr Ki
nau, Sept 21 Win Bcrlowitz, A J.
Crookshank, G Whitehead, Mrs Alapai
anil daughter, .T Nawahi, AV C Acid, W
W Goodale, Mrs A C Merdner, Hon A
Young, M A Gonalves, Napapa. D
Naeole, Mrs M Ki liefer, Miss T Kruc
ger, S Taylor, J Miller, C MoLonnau,
Akim. F C Eaton, A II Chimin, Geo T
McLean. II Giles, Low Choug, Luin
Chow. T Alan, .1 T Hallway, Bis Ma
jesty the King, Miss C M Mit, Mrs J H
Wot'lehoiwe, Hon AV II Daniels, AV AV
Goodale and crvant, Hon P N Makce,
Misltoc Makce, Airs F P Hastings,
Master K C McLean, Master E Daniels,
Mastei H Daniels, Dr Ihncrson, Mrs H
Turtoii, JHs E Tiirton, Jliss ICalua
pima, Mrs S G Wilder and 9U deck.
; ForPii"!' Sonmi per hk Atalauta,
&ept2l T Carlsen, wife anilfi children.
From Sau FraucNco per bk Lady
Lamp-ou, Sept 21 F G Goldsmith. S E
Pierce, Cbas AVilkerson, and G II Kob
Cs fcocs front Ifsliuirt 1'ortH.
Sehr Sarah & Eliza 275 bgs rico.
Stmr Kaala 'MS bgs sugar.
Stmr Iwalani :!,0.W bgs sugar.
Stinrjilshop :ill hgs riceand 100 bgs
Stmr .las Makce 9 bgs sugar.
Sehr llceln Loud of tire wood.
Sclir llaleakala 15 cords of Ohia
wood and ISO bgs sugar.
Stinr Likelikc 21! G bgs sugar, 1 horse
and ! hog.
Stinr Knala 125 hnchs bananas and 100
Slmr Mokolli 110 sheep, 1000 goat
skins, l.rj lid of cattle and 0 calves.
Mikaliala 1893 hags sugar, 81 bag
bones, CO bags phi, 11 hides, 2 head
of cattle and 1 horse.
Kiiiiiu 25 bags potatoes, 10 bales wool,.
is imis nines, i norsc aim Ji; pKgs
AValalcale 1015 bags of paddy and 80
The bark O
It bishop is about half
The barkentino S N Castle Is
the Marino Hallway.
The Corauna will sail for Baker's Isl
and next week.
Lying at and off tlio llsh-market, be
ing iciiovatod or out of employment are
the following vessels: Sclir Walmahi,
sluir Viva, sehr Moi AVahlne. stmr AVni
maiiiilo, sehr Walehii, brig Hazard, bk
Lilian, sehr Cnterlna and sclir Itob Boy.
Tho apartment of the steamer Vlvu
which hub been used as a cabin, is be
ing turned into an ufterhulil of 8 or 10
tons capacity. Her cabin is bejng built
on deck. Tho Vlvu will s.ill' on her
usual mute, Molokai aud Maul, on Mou
next' Tho bark Sonoma ha shifted lo Iho
Kinau wharf to take in ballnst for the
The steamer Polo will icceivc n new
boiler which will shoilly arrive fiom
Tlio steamer Kaimiloa will sail for
Lahaiua and Ilaniiilhia on tho return of
tho steamer Iwaluul.
The steamer AV G Hall waits until Iho
arrival of the S S Australia, to lako a
sugar boiler expected to couio for Pa
hula plantation mill.
Tho ship Ithea is taking in ballast hi
tho after hold. Her coal is not all out
forwaid, but will be this week.
Tho bark Atlanta will return to tho
Sound, sailing on Monday next. Tlio
S.7 spurs that cainu by her have- ben
sold to Messrs, Sorenson it Lylo. AVhllo
ono of tho large spars was being launch
ed lids inonijng, the line on which a
iloen men was hauling pnitod. capsiz
ing all hiindi, but mini lug none.
The bark Velocity, Captain Martin. 1
docked at. Drew er' half. The A'elo
cltv was fifl days fiom Hongkong lo Ho
nolulu. She bring nhnut "no tons of
miscellaneous ( huiese liieii'liandi'e and
2ii passenger 21 men and '2 Utile ghl.
The pacugcrs -wore landed at the (Jua
rnntino Station thl iiiurnlng, and after
being fumigated will be set at liberty.
Their passport are O. If.' Off the coast
of Japan the A'cloelty cneounloiod sev
eial gales, but no further damage was
done than tlio splitting of one sail.
About n week ago a I'liiliese paeligei
died of diopy and was hurled at ea.
Among the things- brought on specula
tion by the crew are half a dozen mon
key and a number of canary birds.
The USS Yandalia sailed for San
Francisco this forenoon.
A bark wits lepoitcd 12 miles off
about 1 :30 this afternoon.
The steamer Kaimiloa will sail for
Lahalua and llaniakiiaon Friday nioiii
ing at !) o'clock.
The S S Australia, II C lloudlette
commander, Failed fiom Sau Francl'co
Sept lllli, at2 p in, with CO cabin aud
23 steerage passengers: f'clglit 12111
ton- Sept 11th pj'lOth, light N E and
NAV winds. Sept 17th and 18th, light
trades and lino weather.
The Alt.i of Sept 11th, reports the
wreck of the Brit bk Derby Paik on
Pennryhn Island. Tlio crew reached
Tahiti"; the captain's wife was drowned.
The brig John D Sprockets was on
the Merchants' drydock. when the Aus
tralia was in San FrancUco, undergoing
extensive repairs. She Is being rc-tiee-nalled,
rc-caulkcd and painted, and
several new knees are being put in
The sum of 28,000 was i epoi ted ne
cessary by a Board of Survey to fit the
Mohican for a cruie of three cars.
The estimate i divided as follows:
Hull, $1-1,000; boilers, $10,000; and
engines, 81,000. These repairs having
been authorized, they arc now being
made at Mare Island.
Messrs F M Hatch. Curtis lauke-i and
C Brown have purchased the King's
yacht Hcalani at private tonus.
It is reported that Burgess, the well
known yacht builder, is building a
yacht, to he a llttle'laigerthan the Hca
lani, for Mr .1 II Paty and others.
The AV G Irwin had a very rough time
on her lat tilp fiom the Islanks to San
Francisco. To the eastward of the isl
and of Oiiliu 'she cxpciieneed a heavy
cyclone. The storm' blew away the
reefed main stay-sail as she was hove
to the wind, and the lower topail and
foresail clevr out of, the bolt ropes. The
storm lasted twelve boms, and was so
scveie that it? was impossible to work
for thirty-six hours afterwaid.
Captain G Goodman, formerly
master of the Hawaiian brig Hazard
and of the schooner Golden Fleece, has
sent a coiimnmic.itlon lo the Branch
Ilydrogiaphie Olliee warning niaiiners
of a huge tree drifting about tho Pacilic
Ocean. Capt Goodman lirst saw the
tiec on .Nov 10, 1887, while on the brig
Hazard bound from San Fraiicico to
Hilo. It was in latitude 20 dey 51$ min
north, and long 13 J deg 22 min west.
One of its loots and a branch stuck up
in the idr and gave it the appearance
from a distance of a raft with jury-rigged
masts. The captain was so deceiv
ed that ho kept away oft' his course to
pass rear it. On Juiiu 22. 1'88, bo
again sighted it from the deck of the
Golden Fleece, and was again so much
deceived that he passed close to it to
identify it. This was in latitude 21 deg
52 min north, and longitude -13 (leg 10
min west. The tiee was a large Oregon
spiuce, fully 150 feet long and live feet
Threo clinker built boats came by the
bark Velocity from Hongkong, for sale
at prices ranging between if 15 and SCO.
Tho steamer Ewa will sail for Ewa to
morrow with a load of lumber for build
ing paddy houses at Ewa.
The Hawaiian bark Lilian lias not yet
been sold. Her owners, Will's Wo
Chun & Co., want $ 1,00.) for her.
AUIUA'AI.S AT SAN I'llAXCISCO.
Aug 20, brig J D Spieckels, 22 days
from Hilo. Brig Lurline, 29 days fiom
Aug 27, bark C D Bryant, 22 days
and bktne Mary AVinkelimiu, 2tj"; days,
Sept 2, brig AV G Irwin, 21 y, days.
Sept 0, sehr AV S Bowne, 21J, days.
DEl'AllTUIlKS 1'IIOM SAX I'KANCISCO.
Aug 29, bark AV B Godfrey for Nana
imo. Aug 31, bark Alden Bcsse for Naaa
inio. Sept 2, brig J D Sprcckels for Kahii
lul. Sept (i, bark Lady Lampson and brig
Consuelo for Honolulu,
Sept 10, brig Lurliuc for Hilo.
Sept 11, bark CD Ilryant.
Sept 11, brig AVG Irwin.
Sept 22, S S Mariposa.
Bktne Mary AVinkehnauH and sclir AV
Aug 24, S S Zcalandia from Honolulu.
Aug 20, bark James A King for Hono
Aug 18, Brit S S San Mateo for San
Francisco, via Hongkong and Honolulu.
Aug 28, Brit S S Sau Mateo for Hong
kong, Honolulu aud San Francisco.
Sept 10, S S Zcalandia for Honolulu,
on contract time and without Union
Htouo ballast, delivered, costs $1.25
'Tho sehr Mol AVahiue will sail for
Koliala and Koholalelo on Monday,
The sclir Mary Is due from II anal cl
and tho sehr Kiilamaiiu from Koliala.
Tho bark Ceylon cleared for Paget
Sound this attciuoou In ballast.
The bark Sonoma has taken in about
200 tons of stono ballast. She will get
away for the Sound to-morrow.
Fine weather has prevailed at Koolau
for the past week or so.
None of tlio sailors of the USS Alert
have yet been given liberty.
Tho stmr Kniniiloa will tako a neni
ber of railroad cats and oar wheels for
The second crop of paddy at Koolau
will bo leady for shipment In about bis
Tho snur Polo has been moved to tho
further end of tho I'M a H wlmif, where
she will be overhauled aud renovated.
On the Uth Inst the bk Omeo was
loading lumber at Eureka for Mel
bourne. During the passage of tho bk
from this port to Emeka it largo alba
tross was caught and kept on board.
Tho bk Bishop has discharged all the
freight slio brought here and bus taken
in 100 tons of bugitr. She will wait for
iibout 30(i tons moi e, when she will sail
for Sau Francisco for charter.
The hk Jas A King, Captain Horry,
arrived last evening, 21 days from Pugct
Sound, with 300,008 ft of rough lumber,
70,078 ftofdiesscd lumber, 0,000 laths;
ii, i ftHPTiuMnwn q, waa,
and 99,750 shingles for AVlldorA Co.
The King Is in tlio stream.
Carpenters and engineers are at wink
on (he stmr Kilauea Hon. The steam
er's machinery 1 receiving a goner.il
ovci hauling. Her deck is receiving new
piece. A now foundation Is being
made for lier steam wrench. Tho bul
wark of the steamer are alo being rc
pahed. The S S City of New York, Bobcrt It
Senile Commander, brought I cabin,
437 steerage piisenger, 03 ton freight,
and S bag of mall lor Honolulu. Sail
ed from Hongkong, Aug 29th, 2:05 pm.
Had lino weather anil smooth sea to
Yokohama, an h lug Sept Clh, 1 :10 p in.
Sailed again Sept nib 10:30 am. Had
ficsh head wind, moderate ea and tine
weather to Honolulu, arriving Sept 20f
a in. She has 11 cabin passengers hi
transit for Sau Francisco.
The bktne KHkttat, Captain Cutter,
arrived this mornhur, 31 dais from ru-
tmt snltuil .fill, .ili'A !IJQ ft- nt vmirrli
lumber, 1-14.005 ft of dressed lumber,
20,300 laths, -Is, 10,250 lathes, 0s, (!,49!l
pickets and 200m shingles for "Wilder &
Co. The Klikltat has been running be
tween the Sound and Southern Califor
nia, for the past 18 month. She had
just returned from Santa Barbara before
loading for Honolulu. Santa Barbara,
Captain Cutter says, is fairly dead,
commercially, Seattle still holds its
own. The coasting trade about the
Sound is rather quiet, but the foreign
trade in lumber is good The Klikltat
experienced a series of calms and light
alls during her pasage to this port.
For the ilrst tluee or four days out she
remained in one place, where the tug
li'td left her. Vhat trade winds she had
weie exceedingly light. The only re
spectable breeze she received during
the tiip was yesterday. The Klikltat
docked at the new wharf on tho espla
nade this morning. Her deck load
stood fully 8 feet above gunwales.
The sehr llaleakala will sail again for
Pepeokco on Monday.
The sehr Ke A u Hou passed off Pe
peokco last Monday, on hor way to
The bk Atlanta will sail for the Sound
ou Sunday or Monday uext.
There Is talk of an ocean race between
the S. . Zenlaudla, now due from the
Colonies, and the S. S. City of New
Tin! sehr Canute has been put in
splendid order and has been named Ka
The steamers Likelikc, AVaialeale and
Mokolii will be due heie to-morrow, the
Kinau and Mikahala Sunday and the AV
G Hall Tuesday.
The Kinau wharf was pretty well cov
ered with Chinese merchandise this
morning, from the S S City of New
York, brought in by the steam scow.
The bark A'cloelty will sail for Hong
kong on or about October 1st. She is to
have new planks in ipiartir deck, but as
the lumber is not obtainable heie. she
r will have to get it in I ldna.
C Brewer x Co's new steel bark'ntim-
cd Fooling Suey, built at Glasgow, was
launched from that place on August 23.
The Fooling Suey is of 1,000 tons, pos
sesses all modern improvements, and is
expected lo be a fast sailor.
Between CO and 70 irregular passports
have been dicovcied among the 385
Chinese passengers, who came by the
S S Uty of New York for this port yes
teiday. The U0 or 70 Chinamen who
had the irregular paspoits have not
been allowed to land; the others have
been taken to Hie Quarantine Grounds,
where they will remain for a number of
days. During the passage of the
btcaincr from Yokohama to Honolulu, 2
of the steerage passengers, a Hawaiian
woman, wife of a Chinaman, died. The
vessel arrived, however, with a clean
bill c f health. Up to 12 o'clock to-day
the (. ity of New York had not sailed on
account of some difficulty concerning
the 00 or 70 Chinamen above rcfcireu
The old USS Brooklyn will bo due
heie from Nagasaki on or about Octo
ber 10th. She will come here under
sail, having broken her main shaft.
The USS Brooklyn is of 3,000 tons
displacement, same bize as Peusacola,
one of Admiral Farragut's historical
licet at Mobile and New Orleans. She
has a battery of 1 1 guns and a crew of
350 men. the was ordered East via
Cape of Good Hope, but havinir broken
her shaft her orders were changed to
proceed under sail to San Francisco via
Honolulu, and bhc maybe looked for in
two or three weeks. Her olliccrs, ac
cording to Hie latest published list are:
Captain Byron AVatson, Commanding.
Lieut. Coindr. Thos. Perry, Execu
Lieut. E. D. F. Heald, Navigator.
Lleuts. C. J. Badger aud F. H.
Jim. Lieut. B.T. AVnlling.
Ensigns J. A. Iloogerwoof and AV.
Naval Cadets C. C. Billings and AV.
Medical Inspector G. G. Bcardsley.
P. A. Surgeon P. A. Lovcring.
Paymaster J. E. Tolfree, Fleot Pay
master. Chief Engineer, S. L. P. Ayers, Fleet
P. A. Engineer, It. G. Donlg."
Asst. Engineers, AV. F. O. Uusson and
O. A. E. King.
Capt. Marines, D. P. Mannix, Fleet
Second Lieut. Marines, S. L. Jackson.
Boatswain, Kd. Bonsall.
Gunner, J.J. AA'alBh.
Carpenter, G. Northup.
Sailinaker, T. It. Whito.
The stmr Likelikc will sail ou Tues
The USS Adams was at Tutuila
waiting for tlio mail when the Zealan
dla arrived there. She returned to
Apia after receiving her packages.
The weather reports recojved from tho
several steamers, which arrived this
morning, are: Kough at AVaialua, fair
at Molokai and pretty good at Maul,
The bgtnc J D Sprcckels was towed
out of Kaliuhil last eveiilng In ballast,
for San Fraucisco.
The Carnarvonshire with 1889 tons of
coal, the Dadlel Humes witc 1823 tons,
both at the rte of 20s (id; and tho Dal
phino Melanle with CCS tons at 27s (id,
are ou tho way hero from Newcastle, N
Tho debris of tlio new wharf carried
away by the Zcalandia last night, is at
the boat landing. AVIicu the screw of
tho Kcahuidla was started, for her pas
sage to Han Francisco this noon, pieces
of timber, which were foul of tho horuw
became detached and lloatod to tho top
of the water.
The B S Zcalandia had just barely
enough coal to bring her hero on ac
count of the coal strike iu tlio Colonies,
She took in 210 tons from the OSS
Co's heap at tho company's dock, this
TheS S Zealiindla sailed for San
Francisco this noon. Sho took 1104 bgs
of sugar, 1723 bucks bananas, 100 bills
of sugar cane and 20 bxs of hotel leaves,
valued at 810,403.
S S Zealandia.
The S S Zealandia, Captain Van Oto
lcmlorp, arrived last night from the
Colonics en route for San 1-ranelsco
The Zcalandia sailed from Sydney, Sept
5th, at 5:33 o'clock pm. Arrived at
Auckland on tho 0th, at 5.09 p in. Sail
ed again the following day at 5.05 p in.
Arrived off Tululhi on tho Mth, at 3.30
p in. Arrived off Honolulu on the 21st,
iiHO.15 pm. The ie:uucr laid to off
this port until about midnight, when
she steamed in under the guidance of
Pilot Shepherd. Slielnade a long turn
abreast of the Mnrlneliallwiiy and thcro
not being iifllelcut wind to sheer hot
head off, sho fouled the new wharf on
the Esplanade. 'I he starboard Ihingo
of the steamer's how struck the corner
of the now whaif nearet the 1 1 S N
Co's dock, and tore away a tiliuignlar
piece of 12 or 15 feet deep. Both the
end and side strlngois or fender logs
were torn off sonic 20 or more feet and
the can-loirs and nlankimr were can led
away. The piles which upporlcd the
triangular piece arc not visible from the
wharf and are thought to have
been broken off. Tho barkeutino
Klikltat was lying at the side of the
wharf where the steamer struck, but was
sayed front serious damage by the
wharf, which extended a few feet be
yond her stern. As it was. the spat kor
boom of the Klikltat was broken off at
the sheet bund or clean with the taff
rall. The falling of the boom slightly
damaged the cabin doors. The Zeahia
dia sulfcicd no further inconvenience
from the accident, than the rubbing off
of a little paint. The Klikltat will re
ceive a new boom at the expense of the
OSS to. Tho Zcalandia brought 78
tons of cargo and 3 steerage passen
gers for Honolulu, aud 48 and 78 steer
nge piisongnrs and 109 tons of height
for an Francisco. Fine weather was
experienced throughout the passage.
The schooners Lcahl and Kul.iinanu
took 100 tons of coal each, from tlio
Corauna to-day, for II B M S Hyacinth.
The bark Atalauta will sail for Pugct
Bound, in ballast, at about ! o'clock this
The Hawaiian bark Lady LampEon,
Capt F O Sodcrgcn, arrived this morn
ing, 17Jo days from Sau Francisco with
a lull cargo of general merchandise iu
the hold, and about 40 tons on deck.
The first 48 hours out from Sau Fran
cisco experienced calms and fogs. The
winds received were light. Tlio Lamp-
sou docked at the old Uustoin House
wharf where she began discharging at
once. She is consigned to Brewer &
Co, and will wait for sugar.
Capt Campbell, being unwell, will re
main in Honolulu this week. Capt J
Smytho will take the AVaialeale to Kauai
and back this trip.
The bark Jas A King is docked at the
new wharf on the Bsplanadc.
.The ship lthca will sail for the Sound
on AVedncsday or Thursday.
One of the Kakaakobuildings is alloat
on a raft in the harbor, near the Marine
The Mikahala will call at Niihau this
week for sheep and wool.
The brig Lurline is 1 1 days out from
San Fraucico for Hilo, to-day.
Good weather was had all along the
Kinau's route last week, and also on the
Mikahala's route on Kauai.
The Corauna is taking in stone bal
last. 'I he Velocity is about to prepare for
Chinese passengers for Hongkong.
Sept. loth, to the wife of E. Hlngley.
AVIIITE-AUSTIN-In this city, Sept.
20th, at the residence of the bride's
father, by the Kcv. AV. B. Oloson,
assisted by Itcv. E. G. Bcckwlth,
D. D., Mr. Edwin Oscar White to
Miss Caroline Anna Austin, daugh
ter of Hon. . loan. Austin, Minister
of Foreign Affairs.
GKOCOIT August 12, at the residence
of her friends, at Uinll.i, New Eug
laud district, N. S. AV., Ann e. Gro
cott, aged 02 yeais, relict of tho late
James Grocott, hue of Sydney. Tho
deceased was sister to Mr. Geo Lucas
of the Honolulu Planing Mills.
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