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Foreign Mail Service.
Steamships will leave for and arrre I
from San FrancLco, on the following
dates, till the close of 1503.
Leavx Uoxoixu&pux. at IIoxoLrixr
for S.u FEAscwco.fFn. Sas Pra-osot
Oceanic Sept. 2 Alameda Sept. 2S
Miswera, for Van-AustwJLt Oat." 7
ooarer Oei. 2 0eaic Oct. 17
Aostralia Oct. UMwvwa, fro is Van
Moaowai Oct. 10 coarer Oat. 23
Warriinoo, for Van-,Marita Oct. 26
eoaver Nor. 1: Australia..... Nsr. 4
China Nor. 6 Moaowai Nor. 23
Australia.... Nor. 11 Wurrimoo, frri Vati
Alaraeda. . . .-Nor. 16 couver. . . . Nor. 23
ilio-arera, for Yon- China Nor. 27
conver Dec. 2 Australia Die. C
Atslralia Dec. 9 Miowera, from Van-
Mariposa.... Dec 14 courer....-Dee, 21
Wammoo, for Van-Oceanic...... Dec 23
osrarer Jan. I Australia Dec 39
City Peking. . .Jan. 2, Wammoo, from Van-
Australia .Jan. C con ver J an. 23
Varrimoo, from Van
couver Sept 23
grow the filter-Jront.
Sunday, Oct. S.
Am bk S N Gistle, Hnbbard, 12 dav from
Am schr Transit, Jorgenson, 12 clays from
Am schr Rolxjrt Lewera, Goodman, 23 days
from Port Tuwnseud.
Stmr. Pole, Petersen, from Makaweli.
Stmr Wainleale, from Kauai
Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, for Kauai.
MONDAY, Ott. 9.
Stmr J A Cnmmlns. Neflsnn. for Koolan.
Vessels Leaving To-day.
British lik Darra. Peterson, for Port Town
Am bk Topgillant, Jack.on, for Port Town-
Vessels in Port.
U S S Adams, Nelson.
U SS Philadelphia. Parker.
Haw Bk Andrew, Welch.
Ger Bk J. 0. Mtiger.
Br Kch Norma, Yokohama.
Br bk Dara. Peteraon. Newcastle. N S W.
Am bkt S G Wilder. McNeill. S F.
Am h Topgallant, Jackson, P.oriTownsend
Am bk Detroit. Darrah, Naua'm ).
Am bk Cerlon. Calhonu, S F.
Br sh Co" of Merioneth S. N. W.
Hiw Bk Manna Ala S. F.
Ger bk Paul Isenberg, Bret, Liverpool.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
(This l.iut does not Include Steamers
vessels. where from. due.
Am bk-Hnrrester S F (Hilo).,Ang 21
Am schr ItobtLewors...S F........Ang 23
Am schr Transit., S F Sept 23
Am shr Aloha S F Oct 5
Haw bk K P Kithet S F Oct
Am bk S N Cst!e S F
Am bgtuc W G Irwin. ;.SF
Am schr Glouddle.... Eureka Oct 23
An. .ohr Alien A Eureka Oct 1
US Cruiser Charleton.. Oct
Am bk Martha Daris. ...Boston. . . . Jec 20
Ger bk Nautilus Livenxwl. .Dec 30
Br bchr Villata Liverpool Jau 10
Tho following passougers iir
rivod in tbo citv yesterday, from
San Francisco, per bktne. S. N.
Oastlo, Mrs. Leach. From Tuget
Sound, per schr. Robert Lowers,
Mr. Williamson and wife. From
Kauai, per stmr. Iwalani, Mr.
and Mrs. Douglas, Mr. Scott Mr.
Simpkins, Captain H. W. Mist,
0. Perreira, A. Atkinson, Mr.
and Mrsr Newcombe, Mr. Home
stead. H. S. Gjerdmm, Ah Ivwai,
and 42 on deck.
The steamer Australia leaves
for San Francisco on Wednesday,
instead of on Saturday, this
The steamers Iwalaui, Kaala,
Waialeale, Miknbala, Hawaii,
James, Makee and Mokolii are
up to leave for their respective
Georg Mkai-, well known to
tht customers of Messrs H. May
4 Ou ag a !ifce and obliging
driver of ne of that firms delivery
wagms. was accidently drowned
"near KakVsko yesterday afternoon.
He jumped into the bay to rescue
his hat whtciV had 'Blown off bia.
7 fcd. . - ...
Diamond Cuts Diamond.
Misting Word Contest.
A Diamond is oerrl,.to anr oca catching
the mliag lint.
In the House of Repre
sentatives. September 15, 1893.
Referred to the Committee on
Foreign Affairs and ordered
to be printed.
Mr. McCreary introduced
the following Bill :
To revive and amend and extend
the act of Congress of August
loth, 187G, to encourage and
promote telegraphic communi
cations between America and
Asia, across the Pacific Ocean,
from tho western shores of tho
United States to the Hawaiian
Islands, to Japan and China.
"Whereas on tho loth day of An
gust, 1876, tho Congress of the
United States passed an act
granting to Celso Ciesar Moreno
and his associates the right to
construct, lay, laud, and main
tain a lino or lines of telegraph
or submarine cable or cables on
the Pacific const of tho United
States of America to connect
tho American and Asiatic coasts
by telegraphic lines, wires, or
submarine cables; and
Whereas several of the associates
mentioned in said act aro now
dead, and certain others, from
other causes, aro unablo to act
in tho revival of this enterprise;
Be it enacted by the Seniife and
House of Representatives of the
United Mates of America in
That Celso Ciesar Moreno and
his associates shall havo the
right to construct, la-, land,
and maintain a lino or lines of
telegraph or submarine cable
or cables on tho Pacific coast
of the United States of Amer
ica to connect tho Americau
and Asiatic coasts by telegraph
lines, wires, or submarine
cables: Provided, That said
C.C.Moreno and his associates
shall begin to lav said cable
or cables within five years from
tho passage of this act.
Sec. 2. That any telegraph
line or cable laid by said C. C
Moreno and his associates
shall be subject to tho follow
ing conditions, stipulations,
amV reservations, to wit: The
Government of the United
States shall be entitled to ex
ercise and enjoy the same or
similar privileges with regard
to the control and nse of such
line or lines or cable or cables
that may, by law, agreement.
or otherwise, be exercised and
enjoyed by any foreign gov
ornruent' whatever; secondly.
citizens of the United States
shall enjoy the same privileges
as to the payment of rates for
the transmission of roesss
as are enjoyed by the citizens
j of too most favored nations;
ihirdlv the transmission of
dispatches shall be made in
the following order: First,
dispatches of state, under such
regulations as may bo agreed
npon by the governments in
terested; secondly, dispatches
on telegraphic service; and,
thirdly; private dispatches;
fourthly, the lines of-any such
cables snail be kept open to
the public for the daily trans- I
mission of market and com
mercial reports and intelli
gence, and all messages, dis
patches, and communications
shall be forwarded in the ordar
in which they are received,
except as hereinafter provided;
fifthly, before extending and
establishing any such line or
lines or cable or cables in or
overany waters, reefs, islands,
shores, and lands within the
jurisdiction of the United
States a written acceptance of
the terms and conditions im
posed by this act shall be filed
in the office of the Secretary
of State by the said C. ,C.
Moreno and his associates.
Sec. 3. That nothing in this
act shall bo construed to limit
the United States in granting
to other persons or companies
similar privileges herein con
tained. Sec. 4. That
alter, amend, or repeal this
act. at any time, is hereby
reserved to Congress.
We have commented editorially
on the boat-race which took place
last Saturday. The result of the
race is well-known too well-known
to the backers of the blue bo)-s.
The event was undoubtedly a
most successful one as far ae in
terest and attendance was concern
ed. The verv best society of Hono
lulu gathered and took advantage
of the accomodations which the
Oahu Railroad Company ofiVred
on this occasion. It was decided! v
a friendly contest. The red of the
Myrtle? and the baby (nevermind)
blue of the Healnnie, were beauti
fully blended and the enthusiasm
and eood will of evervbodv were
unbounded. The Oahu Railroad
Company deserves tho greatest
praise and credit for tho manner
in which passengers were carried
to and from the race-course and
Mr. Dillingham is to bo com
plimented for the courtesy and
genial manner in which he per
sonally superintends all the
arrangements pertaining to his
road. We regret to feel obliged
to mention a remark passed by a
high railroad official which was
overheard by a number of onr
leading people and created some
ill-feeling. Tho railroad official
in question asked a well known
citizen "how ho came out.
He -was told that the gentle
man t whom the question
was put "got busted" having
backed the Healauis. The rail
road man then expressed himself
somewhat like "well if yon are
'busted yon are where I guess
the Healaui Boat Clnb is now.''
Naturally resenting such an un
warranted slur on the Boat Clnb.
the gentleman, who lost his
money on tho Healanis, simply
answered: Well, if the Boat
Club is ''basted," it is about
where the Oaha Railroad Com
pany is now." Now, we would
not have mentioned this little in
cident if it was not,, that we are
aware that Mr. Dillinghaa per
sonally would bo very ranch dis
pleased by having any of
his employees act like cads
and making the company
nuDopular. Mr. Dillingham has
devoted his energy, his time and
his hard earned money to make
the Railroad a success, and we art
sure that he does'nt desire to make
enemies, but only friends for his
enterprise. For thit rvan we
repeat the discourteous act f his
Everybody enjoyed theuiSelvo?.
Evervbodv had a dxkI time
Everything was as perfect as cnnM
b- desired. JJeer wns sold su in -se
tbsn one place, but yet the Mar- '
shul who was around did not se ;
fit lo call the place a disorderly
pbee aud pull the offenders.
The Marshal saves his official
strength for such places as Sans
Souci. "After the race was
at tho Hawaiian
where they were met by many of
their "red"" friends. The Myrtle
crew staid at Pearl City till ves-
torday, when they came up and '
celebrated in a waggonette aud j
had a $3,000 check in his pocket
ready to back his club, lie did
not cash it Ho stood, the wine
though for tho defeated boys
afterwards as a sign of his liber
ality, broad mind and do. lauds.
A prominent backer of the Hea
lanis has furnished us with 247
reasons why they lost. Space for
bids us to publish them to-day-
Taken as a whole it was a grand ;
aud successful affair, rnd we '
hope thut tho "boys" won't j
allow a whole year to go by be 1
fore wo see them again battling j
fnr i.liA nlirinminniiliitv I
P. S. The kahnnas say that it
serves tho Healani boj'S right.
Th oy gave them Marie Drhard and
Roger, best brandy from Seaborn
Luce's store instead of the onlin
ary Rooster Brandy to which tho
.rl&ttas are used.
Tho usual Monday
band concert at Emma Square,
at 7:30 o'clock.
A partial eclipse of the Sun
occured this morning between 7
and 9 o'clock. The "Oscura"
and tho "maduro" and the
"greatest obscuration" all hap
pened at the proper intervals, so
it was alright.
We wonder, whether the RitfSfan
vice Consul, brought any further
despatches from Mons. Giers to
President Hatch, relaf'n? to the
recognition of the Hawaiian Com
monwealth by Russia.
Antone Rodriguez de CodfiVhco
formerly chief ccoMeon Bildwin's
ranch at Makawao sends us the
following 'impre63lon" which he
claims has been made on him:
New ' cDitmo police ! highly
grwoml horst; new bine suit of
clothes, dandy cut, knee breeches
with pearl button?, fancy boots
and kid g"ovrs. Ugh!! Outs!de
of a sausage!!
When the Australia was passing
Waialae last Saturday morning,
the steamer's whistle wag blown for
some time; presumably a signal to
Mr. Taul Isenberg that Mr. J. F.
Ilackfeld was on board. What
ever the whistle was for, the fret of
its having been blown was enough
in strike some of the annexationists
with consternation. One In J part
icular was very nervous on Mer
L. H. DEE,
Wines, Spirits and to
Between Fori and Bethel Streets.
Corner of King & Nuuanu Sts.
Wines & Liquors
HOT LUNCH DA I LI
i'rot ii.-O a.u to J:J0 p.m.
W. M. CUNNINGHAM,
1 . Manager.
OF ALL STYLES,
Carpets. Rugs, Mats
IN THE LATEST PATTERNS.
Hand Sewing Machines,
EtTAll With the Latent ImjttTeent1$J
And Other Mocal Instrument.
Wines, Liquors, Beer
ALWAYS ON HAND, AND
FOP. SALE BY
ED. H0FFSCH1JEGER & CI.
King St.. opio. CsVJe ic CooVe'.
This First-class Bathing Ttesori
has been enlarged and is norw
open to the public. It is the
best place on the islands to enjoy
a bath and there is no better
place to lav off. Special accora-
in odfctions for Ladies. Tramcare
t pass the door every halt hour an
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