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Foreign Mail Service.
Stempsliips will leave for and arrive
(rout San Francisco, on the following
daies, ril! tbe close of 1S83.
Leave - IJosolclc Drr at Hosounx
k SA- Fn-tsiasco.FM. Sa- Fbascisoo
Oceanic. ... . ; Sept. 25' Alameda. . Sept. 2S
Mkwera, for Vn--Anstr&Iia Oct. 7
eouraz Oct. 2 Oceanic. . . . Oct. 17
AnMralia Oct. 14iIiowera, from Van-
JIonorai.....Oet 19 conver Oct. 23
"SVarrimoo, .for Van-Mariposa Oct. 2S
oeuver Nov. 1 Australia Nov. 4
China Nov. GMooowai Nor. 23
Australia Nor. ILWarrimoo, from Van-
Alsmoda. . . ..Nov. 1C( conver Nor. 23
Miowtira, for Van- China Nor. 27
oonroT Dec. 2 Australia. . ..Dec. 2
Oceanic D..C 4 Alameda Dec. 22
A8tralm Dee. 9Miowera, from Yan-
3Iaripo.... Dec 14 oonver. Dec. 23
Wanimoo, for Van-Oceanic Dec. 26
Denver Jan. 1 Australia Deo. SO
, City Tolling. . .Jan. 2. Warn moo, from Van
Australia Jan. 6 ootlver Jan. 23
"Wnrrimoo, from Van-(
oonver Sept 23
Jrom the Sftfatcr-vont
Stmr AV'Sialeale, from Kauai
Star liinan, Clarke, for Maui and Hawaii
Stmr J A Cuurfmns, Neilson, for Koolan
For Mani and Hawaii, per stmr Kinan
Sipt 22 J M Davidson, Miss II il Clarke,
MissEJloy, Mr. T Tevon, His Lordship,
the Bishop of Honolulu, J Bryant, E Man
uel, J 0 Carter Jr. Mrs McTigho and 2
children. Miss Mry E Low, and Mrs C P
Inufcoa and dahghter.
Tho D S S Boston will leare port nest
Tho steamer Eaala mado a special trip to
Waianae this morning, and is expectod to
return' this evening.
Vessels in Port.
TJ S S Adams, Nelson.
TJ S S Boston, Day.
U S S Philadelphia, Parker.
Br sch Norma, Yokohama.
Am bk Alden Besse, Friis. San Francisco.
Am sch Alice Cooke, Penhallow, Fgt Sound
Am bk Discovery, Christiansen, S F.
Br bk Dara. Peterson, Newcastle, N S W.
Am bkt JruiganLSclimidt, Lavsan Island.
Am bkt W U Diroond, Nolson, S F.
Am bkt S G Wilder. McNeill, S F.
Am sh Topgallant, Jackson, P jrt Townsend
Am bk Detroit, Darrah, Nanaimo.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
vessels. where from. due.
Ambk Harvester S F (Hilo)..Ang 21
Am schr BobtLewere. ..S F . .Ang 25
Br sh Co ofMerioneth. .N S V Sept 14
Am bktn Planter. S F Sept IS
Am bk Ceylon S F Sept 20
Jap ss Alkoku Mara. . . .Yokohama. Sept 22
Haw schr J G North. . .-.S F Sept 23
O A ks Warrimoo.. Vancouver. Sept 23
Haw bk Andrew Welch.? F Sept 20
R M ss Almneda . . .S F Sept 2J
Am schr Transit S F Sept 2S
Am schr Allen A Eureka Oct 1
EM ss Mariposa SF.. Oct 11
O & ss Oceanic SF. Oct 17
US Cruiser Charleston.. Oct
Am bk Martha Davis... .Boston.. ...Dec 20
Gerbk Nautilus Liverpool.. Dec 30
He Plays Again.
. Professor Heinrich Berger ami
bis artists will entertain the com
munity to-night with a concert
to bo gtvon at Thomas Square at
7:30 o'clock. The professor has
selected the following pieces for
tho occassion :
1. March "The Gladiators" ...Souia
2. Overture "Calif of Bagdad".. . . .
3. Waltz ,;ToutParis,v Waldtenfel
4; Selection "H Trovatore (by
request) v. . . . .Verdi
' ' FAST II.
5. Selection ''Bohemian Girl"
(by request...... ..Balfe
V 6.. Echo "piece "In Switzerland"
fbr .'renucst). . Hatee
7. Waltz '-The Dolls' -Bayer
S. Galop "Brave AheAtr traeaa
The steamer Jvaala made a
special trip to Wai&nae this
morning, and is expected to return
this evening. '
The annexation club had bet
ter take in its sign. It proposes
to be a very public spirited and
hospitable organization. In giv
ing the ball to the -rfaval officers
at the Hotel on Monday evening,
the 11th of September, they ad
vertised themselves with much
ink nnd some bombast, as giving
"a fitting farewell to the gallant
officers of the Boston, and a wel
come to those of the Philadel
phia." Upon such a manifesto,
the officers of those ships had the
right, it would seem, to expect at
least a free entertainment. It
would have seemed strange had
any one suggested in advance,
that the annexation patriots in
tended to decoy the naval officers
ashore, with the -purpose of levy
ing a contribution upon them.
But, however remarkable such a
course, must seem to those who
regard the obligations and eti
quette of hospitality, the fact re
mains that those resplendent
lights in the firmament of the an
nexation party who gave the ball
in question.either were too coarse
and ignorant to comprehend the
etiquette of the occasion, or too
nearly "broke" "to permit consid
erations of etiquette and hospital
ity to influence their action. To
their shame bo it spoken, the
managers of that "function," af
ter getting their naval friends in
to their net, at the Hotel, levied
contributions upon the officers to
assist in paying the expenses of
the blow-out. After this, who
shall dare deny that the annex
ationists represent all the brains,
wealth, and social prestige in Ha
waii Jiei? After this, who shall
dare to criticise the resident of
Honolulu, who shall invite his
friends to a feast at his house,
and then levy an assessment upon
each guest, to pay for the dinner
and the lush? Have not those
irreproachable people, the elite
of tho annexation party set tho
pace? Who shall be blamed for
following their sociaj. example?
Tho P. G. band plays at
Thomas Square this evening,
The Bark Alden Besse, sails
for San Prancisct to-morrow
A broken roller from Ilanama
ulu, Kauai, was the only freight
bv tho steamer TVuialeale.
Mr. H.- A. "YVidemann went to
Waianae this morning. He went
down oh tho steamer Kaala.
Tho C. A. .Steamship "Wnrriinoo
duo to-morrow from Vancouver,
B. C, should bring four days
later telegraphic news.
Shares of Stock in the Peoples'
Ice & Refrigerating Co., will be
offered for sale to-morrow, at
Morgan's auction rooms.
The steamer Kinau sailed at 2
o'clock this afternoon, for AVind
ward Ports. The following pas
sengers were booked at the office
of the steamer: J. M. Davidson.
Miss M. M. Clarke, Miss E. Roy,
T.. Toven, His Lordship, the
Bishop of Honolulu, J. Bryant, 13.
Manuel, J. O. Carter, Jr., Mrs. Mc
TJghe and2 children, Miss Mary .
Low, and Mrs. C P. Iaukea and
We do not ho;d ourselves responsible
for the opinions or the utterances f oar
Your' criticism on the Boston's
officers for not attending the
dance at the Hotel the other"
evening, was I think unnecessari
ly severe. Knowing, that from
the day'they were ordered to land
to render assistance to the rev
olutionists, -up to the present day,
none of them, (whatever their
private opinions may be on tho
situation) have shown any social
differences, and it is hard to be
lieve that thev were absent from
that social affair for any political
The Advertiser editor in his
editorial of-the loth inst. speak
ing of tho intended departure of
the Boston, embraces the oppor
tunity of writing a political obit
nary on the snip and her officers,
and beautifully mixes them up
with Hawaiian politics, all be
cause they carried out their offi
cial instructions, on the ICth of
January last. If all officials acts
of a naval officer are to bo con
sidered as acts of a personal
nature, he is to be pitied.
That editor further says, that
the Boston's officers have endear
ed themselves to tho American
colony here, and won tho esteem
of the Provisional Government.
Is that so, are the members of
that colony, and the Government,
the only people in this Kingdom?
I am bound to say, that those
officers have made friends and
endeared themselves to just as
many, perhaps more, persons who
are royalists. Those officers are
not as partisan in their feelings or
actions, as tho Advertiser endeav
ors to make this community be
Invitations to thb. ball to be
given on next Monday evening,
are being issued this, aiternnon.
AU good royalists and anti-aniiex-ationists
should , not attend. Not
for the purpose of showing any
disrespect to the United States
navy, but, how can they attend
any entertainment given by a set
ofhsurpers in the Palace which
properly is the residence of the
A Unique Musical-T. Bedstead.
A Bombar man. has construct
ed a bedstead priced at 10,000
rupees, and The h'Oiimong'er ap
pends, the description as follows:
' It has at its four corners four
full-sized gaudily-dressed Gre
cian damsels, those at the Head
holding banjos, while those on
tho right and left foot hold fans.
Beneath the cot is a musical
box, which extends the whole
length of the cot and is capable
of playing twelve different charm
ing airs. Tho music begins the
moment, the least pressure has
beenbroogM to bear from the
ton, whioh 5s created by one
sleeping or sitting, and ceases
the moment the individual rises.
While the music is in progress
the lady banjoists at the head
manipulate the strings with their
fingers and move their heads,
whilo the two Grecian damsels
at the bottom fan the sleeper to
sleep. There is a button at the
foot of the cot which, after &
little pressure, brings iibont &
cassation of the music, if such be
i the desire of the occupant'
A trotting mce at Kapiolani
Park at 2 p. in.: a game of Base
ball on the league grounds; aud
a Tug-of-war at Iwilei at 4:30
o'clock, are the sporting events
for to-morrow afternoon.
. CHAS. GIRDLER,
Importer and Co mm ission
AGENT FOR J . .
JV.& P. Coats" Machine Threid . ..
Pears Soup ' .
P. O. Box 358. ilutnal Telephone 7i
L. H. DEE,
Wines, Spirits and Bern,
Between Fort and Bethel Streets.
Fine and Spirit Merchant
Campbell Fire-proof Block,
MERCHANT ST. . HONOLULU
131 Port Street. '
Office Honrs: 9 A.M. to 12 M.: 3 to 5 P.M.
Office Tel. 6S2-McTUAiEesidence Tel. 237.
sST TOXSOKIAL ARTIST, 3
No. 511 King Street, Honolulu,
H. I. Give me a trial.
WING W0 TA! & Co.,
. No. 214 Nuuann Street,
Importers and Dealers in
Pine Manila Cigars, Chinese and
Japanese Crock' ry ware, Mattings,
Yases of all kinds, Camphorwood
Trunks. Rattan Chairs, a Fine
Assortment of Dress Silks, Best
Brands of Chinese and Japanese
Teas of Latest Importations.
Inspection of New Goods Ro
Mutual Tel. 266, P. O. Box 153.
Wing Mow Chan,
China and Japan Tea,
Provisions, Manila Cigars,
Camphor Wood Trunks, Eattan
Chairs, etc., etc.
3CM King St., Honolulu, P. O.
Box No. 180, Mutual Tel. No. 78
HO TEN KEE & CO,,
Tinsmiths and dealers in Crock
ery ware, Glassware, etc.
Water Pipes Laid and Repaired,
PIsmblsg Xeaily Eiecaied.
No. il Nuuann St., between
OF ALL STYLES,
Carpets, Rugs, Mate
IN THE LATEST PATTERNS.
Hand Sewing Machines,
SSTAll With the, Latest ImpravemnUb3
Wines, Liquors, Beer
ALWAYS ON HAND, AND
FOR SALE BY
ED. H0FF80HUEGER &. GO.
King St.. oppo. Castle Jc Cooko'o.
LEWIS & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
FRESS CALIFORNIA SALMON ON ICB
Hy Every San Francisco Steamer.
Salt Salmon l Barrels
iji Fort St. , Honolulu. Tel. .240,
P. O. Box 297.
WING WO & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Ladies', Gents' & Children's
No. 35, gp Honolulu,
Nuuanu Streetf y.P. O. Box 103
Boots and Shoes made to order
in Best Stlo, at "Wholesalo
and Retail Prices.
CITY MEAT MARKET
Oppo. Queen Emma Hall.
Maker of the Celebrated
Cambridge Pork Sausage I
Meat Delivered to Any'Part 'of
the City and Suburbs.
Mutual Telephone Number 289.
Tjieo. P. Sevxkiv. A. W. Eolstxe.
467 Nuctsu 5th set, Honoloxu,
(Oppo. Qneen Emmi Hall.
"Views of tiie Island
Constantly on Hand, such as
Natives MakiEg Poi, Gross Houses
Hnlaknla Dancers, Coccannt Groves
Street Tievrs and . Hawaiian St via Hiding
Baililing3r- Palm and Dstb Groves
War Tessek, Shipping nd
Also, a Larg Collection cf all Frosaineci
and Interesting Views of the Hawaiian
Islsn&s either moanted or
Aaateax Work So&ated. P.O. Box 499,