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Foreign Hail Service.
Steamships will leave for and arrive
from San Francisco, on the following
dates, till the close of 1SS3.
Lzavb Ho,ounjr(Dt:E at Hcc?oun.c
tor Sax Fiuscmcq. Fm. Sax Feaxciko
Oceanic Sept 25 Aliaieda.
Miovera, for Von- Australia
conrer Oct. - Oceanic Oct. 17
Australia Ojl U ilKrwra, from Vati-
5Ionowai....1Ooi. 19 ooarer Oct. 23
AVarrimoo, for Van-rripo.....Oci. 26
conver Xav. 1. Australia Kotv -1
China . . Kqt. ffMonow-ai . . . .Kit. 23
Australia.... Nor. II Wurrimoo, from Van-
AUmeda .Xor. 10 coaver. . . . Kor. 23
Miovera, for Van-China Kor. 27
couTer Dec, 2 Australia Dec. 2
Oceanic...... Pec. 4;AlsumJa Dc 22
Aistralia Dec DiMioirerH, from Van-
Maripo-w. . . . Dec 14! convex Dec 23
Warn moo, for Van-'Oceanic Dec. 26
con re r Jan. 1 Australia. . . . Drc 30
City Peking. . .an. 2 Wurrimoo, from Van
Australia...... Jan. 6' conrer. ....Jan. 23
Warn moo, from Tan-,
conrer.... Bept 23'
from ihr Water-ront.
Saturday, Oct 7.
Stmr Australia, Uondlette, from San Fran-
Stmr Waialeale, from Kauai
Stair James Makee, from Kauai.
Stmr Mokolii, from Molokai.
Stmr Koala, XeiLon, from Kauai.
Stmr Waialeale, from Hiunakna.
Saturday, Oet. 7.
Stmr Waialeale, for Waianae.
Vessels Leaving To-day.
British bk Darru, Peterson, for Port Tovrn-
Am bk TopgUUnt, Jackson, for Port Town
H bk Mauna Ala, Smith, for San Fran
Vessels in Port.
U S S Adams, Kelson.
U S S Philadelphia. Parker.
Havr Bk Andrew. Welch.
Ger Bk J. 0. Flinger.
Brsch Konna, Yokohama.
Br bk Dara. Peterson. XeorcasthvX S W.
Am bkt S G Wilder. McNeill. S F.
Am sh Topgallant, Jackson, P.ort Townsend
Am blc Detroit, Darrah, Kana'mo.
Am bk Ccjlon, Calhoun, S F.
Br sh Co of Merioneth S. K. W.
Haw Bk MaauaAlaS.F.
Ger bk Paul Iscnberg, Bret, Liverpool.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
(This ! J-st does not Include Steamers
vessels. where from. due.
Arabk Harvester SF(IIilo)..Ang 21
aiu scariwui ijcvcis. ..o j?. .......Ane -o
Am schr Transit S F Sept 2S
.vm ur .ioiia sr uct o
Haw bk R P ltitbet SF Oct
Am bk S K Castle S F
Am bctne W G Incin. . .SF
Am schr Gtendala. . . .Eureka Oct 25
Am schr Allen A Eurtka Oct 1
U S Cruiser Charleston.. Oct
Am bk Martha Davis... .Boston .Dec 20
Ger bk Nautilus Liverpool. .Dec 30
Br schr Villata Liverpool Jan 10
Superintendent Cassidy of
tho government Electric
works, hns called our attention
to that tho cutting of branches
on Xuuanu Street yesterday, by
his men was not done for tho
benefit of tho Bell Telephone
Company, but wtts simply done
under his instructions, for tho
purpose of furnishing good light
for tho Inne loading to Iolani
College. Tho branches in ques
tioa wore hanging very low and
interfered with tho electric light,
placed on Xuuauu street opposite
tho laue. "Wo are pleased to
make this correction although
wo havcrno doubt that our in
formant thought that his state
mont was 6011a fide and really
believed that soma irregularity.
was going on.
Old friend "What became
that handsose voung teaa yo
were encased to at Fashion
Springs Miwe sattawrs age?"
Chicaoo - matron "Let b
see. I Bwrritir kkai , . I 'C&eje?
Who will be the Charhoions?
This burning question will be
decided this afternoon when the
Henlauis and Myrtles make their
final spurt on tho home-stretch.
Both crews stand good chances
of winning the day and betting
jht to be even. Tho backers
o tho Myrtles hare heretofore
asked for odds and consequently
1,nri hoc FiAnti rnrr UfHn lioHinrr
as tne uacsers ol iuo neaiam
it 1 11 TT 1 c
don't see where their crew has
got any advantage which could
justify them in giving odds. The
Myrtles have a newer and pre
sumably better boat than the
Hoalanis, and several o the
latter's crew have been under the
weather and trained under diffi
culties. However, it will be a
fair and good race, and it has
created more interest in the com
munity than any similar event
has, since the good old times
when boat rowing and yachting
wore the most popular sports in
Honolulu!. An immense crowd
will go don to Pearl Harbor
this afternoon. The Oahu Bail-
road Company which has always
encouraged "the boys' will run
two special trains. The first will
leave tho Honolulu Depot at 1:45,
and the second at 3:05. Tho faro
for the xound-trip is only 50
cents, so there is no excuse for
anybody to stay away. Tho
Uand will bo in attendance and
enliven the day with select
music, and everything will be
done to make a groat success of
the day. Tho kahunas will bo on
hand working for the Hoalanis,
and we presume that tho Myrtles
will hire Sereno Bishop to coun
teract their influence.
Bed is tho color of tho Myrtles
and "babv-blue" of the Healanis
(this wo understand though is
no reflection on tho boys). Tho
usual whoop-it-up will take place
"after tho race is over" when
the competing clubs will shake
hands aud "bilk it all over.
Tho Healani cup holds 13 quarts
of Champagne when it is full
How much tho boys hold we have
nover been able to learn. Trains
will return to Honolulu immedi
atolv after tho finish of the race.
Death of -Mr. Philip Opfergelt.
Mr. Philip Opfergelt a member
of tho well known firm of Hofi-
schlager & Co. of this city, died
in Stockton, Cal. The deceased
gentleman who was well and
favorably known in our comma
nity had resided in Honolulu for
a goodly number of years. He
was at one time a Colonel on tho
staff of Iving Kalakaua of whom
ho was a personal friend. For
some timo the deceased gentle
man had been ailing and when
he departed from here a few
months ago his friends entertain
ed little hope, of his recovery.
Mr. Philip Opfergelt married a
daughter of Professor F L Glarko
ai one time editor of tho P. C.
Advertiser. The stores ol Hoff-
schiager & Co. wore closed to-day
out of respect to the deceased.
jVeic arrival "Who is thai vld
follow talking so excitedly with
P, T. BsnstBar'
&..ir-T',Ofa. that's Noah."
JS'cip aiTtvttl "Don't they get
aloag-oH tof efctwrr
Si. Pfcr "Tee, until they get
The band plays ai tho scene of
tho boat race this afternoon.
"W. F. Reynolds returned by the
Mikahala after a shori trio to
Do not forget the boat race .at
Pearl Harbor this afternoon.
Trains will leave at 1:45 and 3:05
Hons. H. A. Yvidemaun, and
A. S. Cleghorn with a uartv of
gentlemen went down to "Waianae
this morning on the steamer
Mr. Paul Neumann, we are in
formed is to be presented with a
chromo by admiring fellow
citizens. He is the.pnly man in
Honolulu who didn't know how
to get the Miowera off tho reef.
Another fake gotten up in the
Advertiser oftlce. The royalists
did not expect Consul-Goneral
Mills to arrive to day. Nor did
The Bev. Deputy Sheriff has
to Maui, to assume his
duties. It is to be hoped that he
will be more successful in his
new career than he was when
ministering in the church.
The "only" Cunningham is in
viting his friends to call at the
"Anchor" to night andTaste the
Fridorichsborg Beer, which ar
rived to-day aud of which ho will
open a sample keg; Don't all
shout at once!
Tfo loam, that tho American
flag which has been flying, day
and night at tho residence of an
annexationist, who lives near
tho old base ball grounds, for
several mouths Dast. has been
lowered. It has not been hoisted
for the last three or four daj-s.
The Mikahala arrived late last
evening, bhe called at Mhuko
nafor the purpose of bringing
some witnesses from Eau and
Kona to Xohala whero the Circuit
Court is now in session. Two
small native boys who had been
convicted of larceny at "Wninhinn
Kau, wens brought down by-tho
Mikahala and handed over to the
The Australia arrived this
morning from San Francisco.
Several kamaainas returned bv
her, among the most notable
wero Hon. E. C. McFarlane. who
has been on a flying trip to
Washington, and Mr. H.F. Hack
feld the Bussian Yice-Cousul who
has been absent on a pleasure
trip for some time. Mrs. H. F.
Hackfeld also returned with her
rived by the steamer An?tralia
this mornings H.M. Giilig, John
Gillig and wife, Trank H Uager,
Clay Greene, E. C. McFarlane.
C. ff. Olapp, O. Gilbert, Mrs.
Keech, Miss 0. Alsip, Cfeas. Gay,
Miss E. Gay, Mrs, H. S. Bobin
son, Mrs, L. Marks, J. F. Hack
fe,Ul.aBd. wife, G. , Tkrara and
wife, Mrs. Cv W. AsMonl, Dr.U.
L Bond and wife, Mrs. S. Wil
cox, F. Barwkk.Hieb H. Kiaay,
B. K. Abe! Ami wife. O. H"arfi
wfill; MieTs'MeGrew, Mrs. Yaw
Yliat, aad to rn steerage.
Importer and Commission
J. Jfc P. CmU' Machine Thread
Jonas Ewcks' Machine Thread
Barbour's Linen Thread
P. O. Box 33S. Mutual Telephone 36 5
13 Kaahc&Anu Street. I
cheap fuel I
$9.00 per Cord Delivered.
JNO. F. COLBDBN & CO.
LEWIS & Co.,
Wholesale and-Retail -Grocers
FRESH CALIFORNIA SALMON ON ICE
By Every San Francisco Steamer.
Salt Salmon rx Barrels
a Specialti. .
in Fort St., Honolulu. Tel. 2jo,
P. O. Box 297.
NATIONAL IRON WORKS,
Between Alakea & Bichard .Sts.
I make nil kinds of
are prepared to
Iron Brass. Bronze, Zinc,
Tin and Lead Casting!).
General Repair Shop for Steam Engines,
Water Wheels, Wind Mills, etc.
Machines for the Cleaning of Coffee,
Castor Oils, Beans, Ramie, Sisal,
Pineapple Leaves & other Fibrous Plants,
And Paper Stock.
Also Machines for Extracting Starch from
the Manioc, Arrow Boot, etc.
3r All Orders promptly attended to.
WHITE, RITMAN dl CO.
another Invoice of tho celebrated
EXTRA PALE LAGER
Also, jJEkesu Ikvoice of
L. H. DEE,
I L. H. DEE,
if m, pis and Be
J. Between Portnnd Bethel Streets.
Corner of King & Nuuanu Ste,
Wines & Liquors
HOT LUNCH DAILY
From 11:59 nr. to 1:30 p.m..
OF ALL STYLES,
Carpets, Rugs, Mats
IK THE LATEST PATTERN'S.
Haxd Sewlvg Machines,
CiTAll Wth thfc Latest ImprovemenU"!;
. And Other MnsioU Instruaent.
Wines, Liquors, Beer
-ALWAYS OK HAXD, AKD
FOR SALE BY
ED. H0FT8GHLJEGER I 00.
King St- opro. CU .t Cooisj.
ThisFirst-class Bathing Bcsort"
has been enlarged and is nor
opoa to the public It is tk
basl place on tho islands to enjoj
a batk sd there is no beUc
place to lay off. Special accoMf
modatioRS for Ladies. Tram cars
pass the door every halt hour 34
on Satmrdaya aad 'Sundays every