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Foreign Mail Service.
Steamships will leave for and arrive
from Sm Francisco, on the following
dates, tin the close of 1S03.
Leave HosounxpuE at Honolulu
roB&i- Fr.uccisco.Fm. Sax Feacisco
Australia Sept. 13
Slariposa Sept. 21,
Oceanic.' Sept. 25
Miotrera, for Van-!
eouver Oct. 2
Australia Oct. 14
Warrimoo, from Van
couver Sept 23
Alameda Sept. 23
Oceanic Oct. 17
Miowera, from Van
couver Oct. 23
Jfonowai Oct. 19
atnmoo, for Van
,3Iarinosa Oct. 2G
couver 2or. I
China......... N'ov. 6
Australia Nov. 11
Alameda Nov. 16
Miovrera. for Van
Australia Nov. 4
Monowai Not. 23
'Warrimoo, from Van
couver.... o v. 23
China Nov. 27
Australia Dec. 2
Alameda Dec. 22
lliowera, from Van
couver..... Dec 23
Oceanic Dec. 26
Australia.. .. Dec. 30
Warrimoo, from Van
couver Jan. 23
couver Dec. 2
Oceanic Dec. 4
A istralia Dec. 9
3Iariptm.... Dec 14
Wammoo, Jor Van
couver Jan. 1
City Peking. . .Jan. 2
Australia Jan. 6
vom the Watcr-ront.
Tuesday, Sept 19.
StmrC li Bishop, Lo Claire, for ports on
Stnir Mikahala, Chaney, for Maui and Ha
waii. Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, for Kauai.
Stmr Claudine, Davis, for Maui.
Am bk Albert, Griffiths, for San Francisco.
F II S S China, Seabury, for Yokohama and
Ths bktiiC Irmganh finished discharging
ber cargo of Laysan Island guano on Mon
day af ti rnoon. To-day Engine No. 2 was
engaged for the purpose of pumping water
into her hold to clean it out. Sho will load
sugar f jr San Francisco.
Tbobktno S G Wilder will finish dis
charging her cargo this afternoon. She will
also take sugar to Spd Francisco.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
vessels. where from. duo.
Ainbk Harvester S F (HiIo)..Ang 21
Am schrItobtLewers...SF Aug 25
lr sh Co of Merioneth. .NSW Sept 14
Am bktn Planter S F Sept 18
Am bk Ceylon S F Sept 20
Jap S3 Aikoku Mam.. . .Yokohama. Sept 22
E SI ss Mariposa Australia. ..Sept 22
Haw 6chr J G North S F Sept 23
0 Ass Warrimoo Vancouver. Sept 23
Haw bk Andrew Welch.S F Sept 26
It M ss Alameda S F Sept 2J
Am schr Transit S F Sept 23
AmBchrAllenA Eurtka Oct 1
O & ss Oceanic SF Oct 17
US Cruiser Charleston.. Oct
Am bk Martha Davis... .Boston Dec 20
SWEETHEARTS .D WIVES.
(By Daniel O'Connell.)
If sweethearts were sweethearts always,
Whether as maid or wife,
No drop would be half so pleasant
In the mingled draught of life.
But the sweetheart has smiles and blushes
When the wife has frowns and sighs,
And the wife's havo a wrathful glitter
For the glow of the sweetheart 'a eyes.
If lovers were lovers always,
The same to sweetheart and wife,
"Who would change for a future of Eden
The joys of this chequered life!
But husbands grow grave and silent,
And cares on the anxious brow
Oft replace the sunshine that perished
At the words of the marriage vow.
"Happy is he Trhose sweetheart
Is wife and sweetheart still
Whose voice, as of old, can charm;
Whose kiss, as of old, can thrill;
Who has plucked the rose, to find ever -
Its beauty and fragrance increase,
.As the flush of passion is mellowed
la love's unmeasured peace;
Who sees in the 6tep a lightness;
Who finds in the form a grace;
Who reads an unaltered brightness
In the witchery of the face,
Undimmed and unchanged. Ah! happy
Is he crowned with sach a life,
Who drinks the wife, pledging the sweetheart
And toasts in the- sweetheart the wife.
The Boston will leave Honolulu
on the 27th inst. , proceeding to
San Francisco where she will go
.oa ilia dry dock.
Colonel Spreckels and family
have left SanFraucisco for "Wash
ington via Chicago.
The Hawaiian Band played at j
tbo wharf this morning at the de- '
parture of the P. M. S. S. China
which took place at 9:15 o'clock.
The JL. 3L German Consul Mr.
H. F. Glade paid a visit to the
Philadelphia, and received the
Admiral Skerrett transferred
his flag to the Philadelphia this
morning. The Admiral will re
main ashore with his familv.
The Advertiser repeats its mis
statement of yesterday in regard
to the Notional Band. There are
no negotiations pending relating
to a tour of the United States.
Hon. E. C. Macfarlane is in
Washington, according to a tele
graphic despatch received yes
terday by Colonel George Mac
farlane. The Band concert advertised
to take place at Sans Souci to
night has been postponed till
Saturday, so as not to interfeie
with the ball at the Hotel.
Chief Justice Judd, and Asso
ciate Justices B. F. Bickertou,
and TV. F. Froar of the Supreme
Court, visited the TJ. S. Flagship
Philadelphia this forenoon. The
customary salute was fired.
The Hawaiian P. G. band did
not play, at Emma Square last
night as advertised. They gave,
instead,- a concert at the Hawai
ian Hotel for the benefit of .the
passengers on the China. A large
crowd of people was present. -
The new arrivals at Hotel
Hitchcock to-day consist of two
natives who had been indulging
in a game of che fa, and two
others who had been initiated in
the fascinating game called Bus
sian "War, bes'des these one of
Mr. Soper's heroes was locked
up for using improper language.
The Hawaiian Hotel is being
beautifully decorated for the ball
to-night, and will present an un
usually brilliant appearance. The
dancing will begin at 8 o'clock,
numerous invitations have been
issued and the prospects are that
the affair will be a great success,
in spite of the Star's prophecies.
A unique and pretty advertise
ment in the shape of shining
medals, of the size of a silver dol
lar, calls attention to the high
qualities of a new brand of Eye
Vhiskey with the tempting name
of Cream Rye. Mr. Lovejoy ib the
6ole agent, and Mr. V. Cunning
ham dispenses the cream in the
Anchor Saloon. You give him a
medal and get a drink, or he gives
you a medal and takes a drink.
In tho auction room of L. J.
Levey -is a very handsome pleasure-boat,
which is for sale. The
boat is of English pattern, and is
exactly like the one presented to
the Healani Boat Club by Mr.
Palmer Woods. The boats were
imported by Colonel George
Macfarlane, and should become
very popular among gentlemen
who liko to take the girls ont for
a moonlight rowing expedition.
The price of the boat is 350.
B. Stone, who shot a police
man in the Pantheon Saloon,
escaped from the jail and was
captured in Hilo was brought up
before the District Judge this
morning. The defendant disput
ed the jurisdiction, and was re
manded till the 22nd inst: E.
Elemme was fined $5.00 and costs
for firing Mr Luning out of the
Merchant's Exchange. Mr.
Creighton appeared for the pro
secution. In the case of the
six Chinamen arrested for
gambling two plead guilty and
were fined 15 a piece and costs
while a nolle pros, was entered
in the other four cases. J. P.
Bowen who was arrested on a
charge of larceny of one pair
of screen-doors at tho instigation
of J. Dodd appeared before the
Judge defended by Mr. C. W.
Ashford. Mr. Kinney appeared
for the prosecntion. As it was
shown that the doors were tho
property of Hon. H. A. Wide
mann tbo defendant refused to
plead to the charge and left the
courtroom. His bail of 250 wras
The Supreme Court.
Tho Court did not sit this
morning owing to the official
visit of the Judges to tho Phila
delphia. This afternoon the
Banning estate case is being
argued before the full bench.
Mr. A. S. Hartwell appears for
tho heirs and Mr. F. M. Hatch
for the executor Mr. W. F.
Professor Berger and his band
will give u concert at Thomas
Square to-night commencing at
7:30 o'olock. Following is the
1. March "Day in Vienna" Schdd
2. Overture "Poet and Peasant"... Suppe
3. Miserere "II Trovatori" .Verdi
4. Selection "Ma.itana" Wallace
5. "Eeminiscenes of Donizetti" Godfrey
6. Waltz "Special Kiports" Czibulka
7. Mazurka "Nana" Coreggio
S. Galop "Uivacity" Coreggio
The Ewa Shooting.
Deputy Marshal Arthur Brown
and Captain Waipa returned from
Ewa yesterday afternoon, after
having been precent at tne
coroner's inquest held over the
body of Aikualani. The Jury
rendered the following verdict:
"That the deceased Aikualani
came to his death on the 15th
day of September at Waiawa,
Ewa, by being shot through the
head by a rifle bullet fired from
a rifle in the hands of one of tho
Honolulu police while resisting
arrest npon a lawfully issued
warrant charging him with the
murder of his wife 2?iau at Wai
awa on tho said 15 day of
Hon. W. H. Corawell will
leave for Maui this afternoon by
CHINESE NEWS CO., Limited,
Publishers and Proprietors of the
HAWAIIAN CHINESE NEWS
(A Newspaper Published in the
lithograph Work of all Descriptions Ex
ecuted with Xeatness and Dispatch at Sea
sonable Hates. No. S3 King St.. Honolulu.
Mutual Tel., COS. P. O. Box 417.
The Undersigned is authorized to- take Marine Risk
afc Current Kates in the following Companies, vizr
Alliance Assurance Fire Jarine, - London.
Witfielma of Madgeourg Gen'l. Ins. Co.
Sun Insurance Co., , - - San Fra?icisco
J. S. WALKEB.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands
E. B. THOMAS,
Estimates Given on A.11 Kinds
BRICK, IRON, STONE S WOODEN BUILDINGS
All Kinds of Jobbing in the Building Trade,
KEEPS FOR SAXE:
Brick, Lime, Cement, Iron Stono Pipe and Fittings,
Old & New Corrugated Iron, Minton Tiles,
Quarry Tiles, assorted sizes and colors;
California and Monterey Sand,
Granite Curbing and Blocks, etc.. etc.
("Corner King ct Smith Sts.
OFFICE 6t YARD : Office Hours,, 8 to la M.,
(, i to 4 P. M.
Eew Furniture Store !
Robinson Block. Hotel St., oppo. Bethel St.
Upholstery and Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
"Wicker "Wax e,
A-nticme Oak JBedroom Suits,
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc.,
MADE TO OBDEB.
No Second Hand or Damaged Goods Kept on Hand
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Bobiason Block, Hotel St., oppo. Bethel St
Mutual 410. ,
P.O. Box 117.