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Foreign Mail Service. ' ;
Steamships will leave for nd srrve
Irom Sin Franciaco, on ie Wowing
,t.(. till U.t.A nHC4
Lews Horoixxn Dce at IIqsolcut
ros Sa Fb.iscisco.-Fm. Sa Fn.csoo ;
Oceanic Sept. 25'ALinieda Sept. 2S
lllovrcra, for Van-Australia Oct. 7
orarer Oct- 2 Oceanic Oct. 17
Australia Ocr. HiiLower. from Van-
Mouowai Oct. 19 couver Oct. 23
Warn moo, for Van 3Iriioi . . . .Oct. 26
co aver. .... Nov. 1 Australia Nov. 4
China Not. G Monowai Nov. 23
Australia Kerr. II Warn moo, irom Van.
Alameda Not. 16" coover Nor. 23
Miowera, for Van-China Nr. 2T
couver Dsc.2 Australia Dec. 2
Oceanic Dec. 4 Alameda Dec 22
Anstralia. ... Dec 9 Miowera, from Vrtii-
Maripo$a Dec 14. coaver .Dec 23
Warnmoo, for Van-Oceanic Dec. 26
couver... ...Jan. 'Australia Dec 30
City Peking. . .Jan. 2 Warn moo, fmm Ym
Anstndia Jan. G, oonver Jan. 23
Warrimoo, from Van
coaver Sept 23
Jrom the ntcr-rant
Tuesday,. Oct. 3.
Stxnr Kaala, Neilsoo, from Kan si.
Stmr Waittleale. from Kauai
Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, forJvauai.
Stmr Waialeale, S my the, for Lnhaina and
Am bk Irmgard. for San Francisco.
Wednesday, Oct. 3.
Stmr J A Cummins, from Waiinonalo.
Stmr Hawaii, from Hawaii.
Vessels Leaving To-day.
Jap S S Aikoku Mara, for Yokohama and
Stmr James Mnkee, from Kauai.
Stmr Tele, for MRkaweli.
Vessel Leaving to-morrow.
Stmr Clnudine, Davies, for Maui at 5 p m.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
This List docs not Include Steamers
Teasels. where from. dne.
Ambk IlarTester S F (Hilo)..Aug 21
Am 8chrKobtLewera..iF .Aug "25
Haw bk Andrew Welch.S F Sept OS.
Am schr Transit S F Sept 23
Amfthr Aloha SF Oct 5
1 law bk R F Rithet SF Oct
Am bk S N Castle S F
Am bgtne Y Glrwiiu. .S E s
Am iwurGIendale.;.. Eureka Oct 25
Am schr Allen A Eureka Oct 1
U S Cruiser Charleston.. Oct
Am bk Martha Davis... .Boston Dec 20
Ger bk Kautilas Liverpool.. Dec 30
Br schr Villata Liverpool Jan 10
TJ S S Adams, Kelson.
TJ S S FhilicMlptea; Parker.
Br 6ch Norma. Yokohama.
Am bk Discovery. Christiansen, S F.
Br bk Dara. Peterson. "Newcastle, "N S W.
Am bkt JrnwSck&WVIrB Island.
Am bkt V U Dimond, Nelson, S F.
Am bkt P GYitoer. McNeill. "S F.
Asa sfa Topgallant, Jackson, P.vrtTownMtnd
Am bk Detroit, Darrah, 8lo.
Ambk riant?. DeI-F.
Am bk CeTloRWun. S F.
Jap S S Aikoku M&ru. Yokohama.
Br sh Co of Merioneth S. N. W.
Haw Bk Manna Ala S. F.
Ger bk Paul Iseaberg, Bret, Liverpool.
Tho folio win 'pafeefigors
-fcor San Francisco, Dr. C S
aud Mrs Sargent, Mrs Boatty,
Miss Marish, Mr Chatfiold, and
1 in steerage.
For Maui and Hawaii, Vol
cano: Miss Wanner, Miss Pat-
tea, Paul Hfmischol, F S Blinn,
and wife. Way ports: MissDeyo,
C 1 Aiona Mrs Lidgato, Mrs
W D Schmidt and servant, S K
Kuu. F L Winter, Mrs. Winter.
W B Castle, TV C Achi, Chang
Kim, G TJT Asbford, Miss ScMa
geter.FH Hayselden, U K. "Wil
der and about 35 deck.
For Kauai, Aug Drier, M
Lynn, Di Sharp, Prof Libbe$
0 L Britto. Mr Brash, Miss Bur
gess, Mise Gand&ll,1 MrsvKasale,
C Pereir. w'Whltgash, Mr.Kiff;
0 Shaw, O Stoeckle, and. 90 on
deck. , t
For Kami, Jadge Hardy.
Aiaeetiag of ike Hoek ad Lad
dar cpaa3'vwill Im. ko4d tkk, iv-
Still on the Reef.
The Steamship Miowera is not
afloat yet It was hoped that
the vessel would hove been
sufficiently lightened at high
tide to day, to be towed off. The
Japan se steamer Aikoku Mans
went out this morning to render
assistance, and with the Claudme
is endeavoring to pull the dis
abled st-amer from her dan
The work of jettisoning coal
is coins on. Pi" iron is still
being discharged into lighters.
The impression seems to bo cur
rent, that the steamer is farther
on to the reef to-day than she
was yesterday. The tog Eleu
not between two hawsers while
work this morning, resulting
the knocking over of the
t r mi L i
snoKesDtCK. xue iug reiurnea
to the dock at twelve o'clock.
has . been suggested, thnt
the chaunul to tho harbor do
fenced in. A li by 4. batten fence
running from the lighthouse to
the conical buoy on one sid9, and
from the Can buoy off the Marine
Railway, to tho Spar buoy on the
other side, puinted white could be
plainly seen on a dark nicht. It
would savo tho pilots' time, and
from the trouble of lighting tho
preseut buoys, as now done.
Then again, it might tend to keep
vessels from running off the
As we co to press, we learn
thnt the U. S. F. S Philadelphia
is going out to render - assistance
to tho Miowera.
The usual amount of drunks
were fined tho usual amounts. R.
Stone alias "Wm. Meyer was
charged with being an escaped
prisoner from Oahu Jail, where
he was serving a sentence for
obs'tfucting a police officer.
Colonel V. V. Ashlord appeared
for defendant. The prosecution
called Capt. Tripp formerly
jailer. J. D. Merlin, a prison
luna, and James A. Low, the . pro-
Bent -jailer. They all testified to
the escape of the defendant. 2?o
;witas3aB ere -called fox the, do
rfance. Alter argument by coun
sel, the judge pronounced Stone
guilty, and sentenced him to aix
months imprisonment at hard
Jabor. A ohefa -.case .-against a
.PhUto occupied .some time, and
the cases of Geo. Lycurgus and
T. A.iSiapsQTx were tken called.
Mr. Lycurgus was charged with
keeping disorderly house. Up
on motion of Mr. Neumann, the
Court ordered the prosecuting
-o Seer; to make the charge more
specific, and it was amended to
read-" keeping a disorderly house
by tho sale of liquor without a
.license during the last four
months." Mr. Lycurgus, who is
defended by Messrs. Neumann,
Peterson and Creighton plead
not guilty, and?his case was set
for this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Mr. T. A. Simpson was charged
with selling liquor without
Jkaase on October 1st. He
plead apt gailty to the charge,
aad his case will be heard to
Korrow. The sa cpunI p
pr for Mr. 'Sisspson, as that
Tins PiG. o3diara ara "hitiiag"
" tk boUI U6tMd of ike tart.
What about Russia?"
It may be very true that "Im
perial Russia is tho friend of
Republican America' but it is
mosi certainly net 3 Question of
friendship to America that cade
Russia recognize the Hawaiian
P. G., more probably one of self
interest, likely to bo anything
but agreable to the American
In effect, it must not be for
gotten that the governmtnt here
is provisional in the widest
sense of the word, and especially
so until Uncle Sim has made up
his mind how to settle matters
here. This is so true that no
other power has made any move
towards recognising onr P. G:
but they are all very properly
awaiting the decision of the
American Government. The"
temporary recognition of the P.
G. by America, merely as "a
defacto1 temporary administra
tion, does not bear at all on the
question- of Russia's party
actions. Therefore it becomes
evident that there must bo some
hidden motive to Russia's recog
nition of the present "Hawaiian
Republic," before its existence
has been legalised by America.
This is therefore a question wor
thy of being studied, as we will
attempt to do in our next issue.
The members of the military
companies are being clothed.
The Claudine's sailing is post
poned until to-morrow evening.
The band of the U. S. F. S.
Philadelphia gave a concert at
the Hotel last evening. A number
of people enjoyed the music.
Mr. F. M. Swanzy has been
appointed to perform tho func
tions of the British Vice-Consul,
during the absence of MrT Rain
Theo. P. 5evkkik. A. VT. Bolster.
467 Ncuanc Street, Hoxolulc,
(Oppo. Queen Emma H&U).
"Views of tHe Island
Constantly on Hand, such as
Natives Making-Pol, Grass Houses
Hnl&hula Dancers, Cocoauut Graves
Street Views and ' . Hawaiian" Srvle Biding
Buildings. Palcrxnd-Date Groves
Var Vessefe, Shipping aBd '
Also, a -Large Collection of all Promiseat
and Interesting Vkws of tie Hawaiian
Ldads either niossited or1
Amstesr Work Soliated. P.O. Box 4D8.
CITlf MEAT MARKET
Oppo. Queen Emma Hall,
4pS. TINKER, ,
Maker of the Ctkhmiid
' ij "
CtnlK-yM. Park Samat !
Meat BritTrd to Av Part of
tia City asd SbrL
importer andJjOjrimisstQix j
J. iP. CtalaWM Thread
Jonas Brocks" Mschlse Thread
Barboufi Linea Thread
P. O. Box 35S. Mstual Telephoas 356
13 Kaahuszasa Street.
$9.00 per Cord
Wine and Spirit Merchant
Campbell Firc-prodf Block,
MERCHANT ST.. HONOLULU
LEWIS & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
FRESH CALIFORNIA SALMON ON ICE
By Every San Francisco Steamer.
Salt Salmon in Barbels
hi Fort St., Honolulu. Tel. 240,
P. Q. Box 207.
NATIONAL IRON WORKS,
Between Alakea & Richard Sts.
make all kinds of
ate prepared to
Iran Brass, Bronze Zinc,
Tin and Lead Castings. Also a
General Repair Shop forvSteaa Esgices,
Rice Milk, Corn Milk,
Water Vheek, Wind Mills, etc.
Machines for the Cle4Bg.Z tScc,
caaior via, Dtxm,.iasBx, aau.
Pinaapple Leaves & other Fibroin PlasU,
Abo Machines far Extr&ciicg Starch fios
the Manioc, Arrow Bootjjete.
.J5T All Orders promptly sKeodd ta.
WHITE, RITMAN k CO.
This First-class Bathing Raeort
has been enlarged and is now
open to the pablic It is Ike
Xmi place on the islands to enioy
a bath and there is no better
place to lay off. Special aacom
MpdatioBs'for Ladiag. Traascars
pass the door every half hour asd
ok Saturdays asd Suadays every
IL. H. DEE,
fwi Spirits and fas,
Between Fort and Bethel Streets.
Corner of King & Kuuanu Sis:
Wines & Liquors
HOT LUNCH DAILY
From 11:30 a.m. to I:S0 p.m.
W. M. CUNNINGHAM,
OF ALL STYLES,
Garpets, Eugs, Mate
IN THE LATEST PATTERNS.
Hand Sewing Machines,
rVAll With the Late'. IaarroveHiar!S"J
And Other Musical IcstruBtnU.
Wines, Liquors, Beer
ALWAYS ON HAND, AND
FOR SALE BY
ED. HQFFSGHLJEGEB k CD.
Slag St.. opfo. Ct!e tc Cooc'.
HO YEN KEE k. CO,,
Tinsmiths and dealers in Crocks
ery ware, Glassware, etc.
Water Pipes Laid and Repaired,
No. -41 Nnu St., between
Sing and Hotel Streets,
Asca Build Lag.
Mirrlces, Watson cl Co.,
SaUfcaJ Im Woffa, Lsdi.
John Fowler i Co., (Leeds).