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Foreign Mail Service.
-Steamship will leave for and arrire
from Sua Francisco, on the following
Iaics, tHI the close of 1S8S.
Lute Boxouxcpcc at Hoxolclc
tub St FKsaco.lF. Sak Franctscb
Oceania Spt. 25' Alameda Sept. 23
Micrxerx, tor Van- AnttniKa Oct. 7
raw 0L 20mr Oct. IT
AuttralU Oet. H Mwwera. from Vaa-
r x 1.. tA - rv. Vt
Warn shoo, far 'faa-OIftrirvsa. . . OcU Cfi
cwnvor Not. lcA"niralin...,NoT. 4
China ....... Not. 6 Monowai "Nor. 23
Australia Nor. II Wnrriiaoo, from Van-
Alaiaeda Nor. 16 cxiavcr Nor. 23
Miowera, for Van-Chin Nor. 27
ooover Dec 2,Autralia Doc. 2
Oceatik D. UmeJa Dec. 22
Anstralia Dec 9 Miowera, from Van-
Mari Dec 14 eonver J)c. 23
Wan-in), for Van-Oceanic De.3
eonrcr Jan. 1 Australia Dc. 30
-City Peking. . .Jan. 2 Warriinoo, from Van-
.Australia Jan. G eouver Jan. 23
"Warrimoo, from Van-.
couve r. . . .Sepl 23
Tuesday, Oct. 10.
:Stmr Kinau, Clarice, from Maui and Hawaii.
TCESDAY. Oct. 10,
Am bk S G Wilder, McNeil, for San Fran
ciwo. Stmr Waialeale, Smythe, for Lahaina anil
'Stmr Mikahala, Chancy, for Maui and Ha
waii. Stmr Hawaii, for Molokni and Maui.
Stmr Kaala, Gahan, for Watanae, Waialua,
Kalmkn nntl Pnnalun.
Am fck Topgallant,.S!ackson, for Pert Town-
Wednesday, Oct. 11.
OSS Australia, Hondlette. for San Frtn-
Stmr WaUleale, for Waianse.
Vessels Leaving To-day.
Stmr Claudine, tor Mani only, at 5 p m.
TJ S S Adams, Nelson.
US S Philadelphia. Parker.
Haw Bk Andrew. Welch.
Ger Bk J. C. Pflnger.
'Br &eh Norma, Yokohama.
Br bk Dara. Peterson. Newcastle. XSW.
jAm bkt S G Wilder. MiMeill. S F.
Am Bh Topgallant. Jackson, P rtTownsend
Am bic JJetnut, Darran,Tanamo.
.Am bk Ciylon, Calhoun, SF.
Br sh Co ot Merioneth S. N. W.
Haw Bk Maana Ala S. 1
iGer bk PauMseuborg, Brai, LiverpooL
Foreign Vessels Expected.
This List dees not Include Steamers
.ve&sels. -where froai. due.
Ambk Harvester S F (100).. An?
JLm6carBobtLover3...SF. Aug 25
Am schr Transit S F Sept 2S
Am shr Aloha Sr .,..,.. .Oct
Haw bk K P ltithet S F Oct
Am bk S N Castle S F
Am btrtne W G Irwin. . S F
Am schrGIeudalo.... Eureka Oct 25
Am schr Allen A Eartka Oct
TJ S Cruiser Charleston.. .......Oct
Am bk Martha Daris . . . .Boston Dec 20
Ger bk Nautilus., Liverpool. .Dec 30
Brchr ViUata Lircnxwf Jau 10
V Fries At Lelco. rn thi atr, on
October 9. 1S93. to the wife of Henry Do
rived by tlio steamer Kinau -tkia
morning, from tho Volcano: T,
A. Hardcastle, Paul Hentchell,
Miss "Weaver and Miss Patten
Way ports: Pres. S. B. Dole,
B. A. Lyman, Judge Hapai, A.
B. Lobenstein, L. Severance,
E. M.Lee, Mrs. Peters and child,
Miss Schlaegeter, C. MeLennau,
F. L. Winter, C. E. Kempster,
Mrs. JL Wallace. W. B. Castle,
SX.Ejtno. Mrs. Ignacio and 3
children, Tom MoTeighe. TV. A.
Bailov, 0. Amundsen, J. M. Oat
0 0. Kennedy and 90 deck pas
Cargo: 135 sheep G. W. Mac
f&rlaue A- Co., 12 bales, wool H.
Hackfeld & Co. 317 bags spuds
Sundry, 10 bsgs cora Sundry,
. 300 pkgs. sundries Sudry;
Tk teiar Awtx&lk took iter
4" lUMriim trvr as . h raxuuun at
A RELIGIOUS WABFARE!
A proposed Hawaiian -wedding,
that was to hare taken place
last Monday evening, failed to
materialize. The reason was a
ditiercnce of religious opinions
amongst the contracting parties,
the young would-be bride being
a Congregationalist, and the
wocld-bo groom a Bomanist.
The pig for thi occasion was
cooked and all the eatables were
ready, and wore all finally dis
posed of. bat the contracting
parties would not agree as to
what denomination should tie
he nuptial knot. So, now, the
marriage is off, and the eatables
for the Luau cone! Now, where
is fho baby to bel
Where is that surplus?
'The restoration "bug-a-boo,"
is hunting that "editor again.
Two Hawaiian Tolophone Cos.
Superintendents, have arrived in
iNevbr mind the debt of tho
monarchy, look for the P- G.'s
Somebody will be running
about by and by, endeavoring to
raise funds to pay tho P. G
If Testoration is to bo the ulti
mate xesult of the present polit
ical crisis, the Advertiser vill
not bo consulted at all in- the
Echa, answers "Non Est.
The arrests to-day, were eight na
tives for playing Che Fa, and one
chinaman having opium in posses
sion The P. G. is not running into
debt. Oh no.
Tho 2faw European Dining
Booms is being fitted up by Mr. .
J. P. Bowen on Hdtel street.
Tho rooms will be open to the
public on Saturday tho 14th
The Makawao cow-cafcher,
now Senior Captain of Police,
was stalking about the dock,
prior to tho Australia's departure
at noon to-day, like ono of the
gobbler's of Kula. and ho did
look very kuaaina, quite count
rified. A meeting of the parishioners
of St. Andrew's Cathedral, Cathe
dral congregation, .will be held
at 8:30 o'clock this evening, in
the old Cathedral building, for
-tho purpose of electing Lynods
men. The Hawaiian National band,
played to an immense gathering
of people last evening. There's
ao use of talking, the concerts by
this band are appreciated. The
com aa unity show its appreciation
No salutes were boomed forth
from the Shoro-battery this Morn
ing, oa the rotarn. of Mr. Presi
dent Dole, per steamer Kinau.
It w looks as if ike P. G. lias
no fsrtbar aao of him, since he
kas becow a nobody.
Have you seen Senator J. F.
Morgan's picture in ibe "Para
dise of the Pacific!" If not,
just have a look at him, he is
quite morganatic, and they say,
an expert organ grinder. S"bw,
Senator, here is your chance for
a libel suit on the "Paradise."
Mr. Manly Hopkins wns appoint
ed Gona l 4r F awaii a- London.
England, during the rtign of His
lati Majesty King Kalskaua, and
was recognised as such atthtlime.
"WhPr dr-s ill C r t.iti aeXnolilg
ment the lgal status of the
Prov'si'nal Gnvernraent by the
Bntj-ls Miiiiatry, come hi?
The following passengers went
to San Francisco by the steamer
Australia to-day, B. H. Bonson
and wife, H. W. Berry, Mrs. A.
M. Bond, TV. E. Brown, P. G.
Camarino, Miss Carter, Miss
Cordelia Carter, Miss Mary
Carter, A. F. Cooke, Mr. Culloy.
J. Martin Dalbridge, Mr. Mrs.
Doubleday and 2 children and
maul, Mrs. J. BL Doyle, Captain
Fergnson and wife, Bev. T. Fras
ser, Miss Eraser, S. F. Graham
Mr. Glynn, J. M. Greeves, T. A.
Hardcastle. Mr. J. A. Hopper,
M. Leisso, Bobert Lowers, A. M.
Maher, Mr. Moran, Sam'l Morris,
Mr. McEao, Chief Engineer Mc
Kary, Miss A. Neumann, B. K.
Palaehe and wife, E. H. Parts,
Mr. and Mrs. TV. Parker and 2
children, Mrs. Pfordner, Jon
athan Bhoades, Henry Smith
and wife, Mr Shnpkins, Mrs.
Stuart, Mr. Stephens, C. Tait, J.
C. Tropp, Mr. and- Mrs. T. B.
"Walker, daughter and maid, Miss
A. "Weaver, J. JsT. Wright. Mrs S
G. Wilder, Miss A. M. Williams
In the above Court, Ikeole for
assault and battery on Polly, not
a bird, but a wahino, was fined
20 and costs. One drunk, for
feited bail. The .case of Welch,
Encore. Tho Hawaiian ghost
will not down. Whenever it
gives tokon of being laid, so to
speak, sorao one pops up to revive
the weary discussion and then we
have it all over again. In reply
to the Jingo claim that tho dusky
natives are piniug for annexation,
Mr. Charles NordhofF. who, we
believe, has before this had some
thing to say on tho subject, cites
facts going to show that tho
natives are reallv opposed to
union with tho United States.
Mr. Nordhoff presents convincing
evidence that of 9,554 native
voters in. Hawaii onivan incon
siderable trifle of 777 favor an
But, after all, tho solution of
tho problem thrust upon the
country by a "fresh" naval officer
does not depend upon the wish
or win oi mo nawaiians. it is
wholly for us to determine, not
merely if it be advantageous for
ras to annex the islands, but if ii
bo right. It would be rather an
awkward precedent to establish
to have the country lay hands on
aay cofsmaaity wkerei&a Minfct
er like Sieve-as took a fascv to sei
-ap "Provisiosal GovanuBats'
with the aid of America ships.
SANS SOUCI HOTEL5
WAIEIKJ, HONOLGLU. ;
Fiist-Class Accommodation for j
Tourists and Island Guests. i
Superior Bathwg Facilities.
Private Cottages for Familiea. :
T. A. SIMPSON.
W. S. LUCE
5 1 q
"VSTixi.e and Spirit
Campbell Fire-proof Block,
MERCHANT ST.. HONOLULU
HO TEN KEE fe CO,,
Tinsmiths and dealers , in Crock
ery ware Glassware, etc
Water Pipes Laid and Repaired,
Plumbing Neatly Executed.
No. 41 Nuuanu St. , between
King and Hotel Streets,
BAY HORSE 23 SALOON !
P. McINEENY, Proprietor,
Fine Liquors, Wines and Beer.
Corxek Bethel and Hottl Sis.
Theo. P. Severiv. a. W. Bolster.
-167 Nccaxo Street, Hosolpu:,
(Oppo. Queen Emma Hall).
"Views of the Island
Constantly on Hand, such as
Natives Mating Poi, Grass Houses
Hnlahula Dancers, Cocoaunt Groves
Street Views and Hawaiian Style Hiding
Buildings, Palm and Date Groves
War Vessel.-:, Shipping and
Also, a Large Collection of all Prominent
and Interesting Views of the Hawaiian
Islands cither mounted or
Amateur Work SsHcited.
CITY MEAT MARKET
Oppo. Queen Emma Hall.
Maker of the Celebrated
Cambridge Psrk Sausage !
Meal Delivered to Any Part of
ike Git a ad SabErbo.
Mutual Tel&pho Ksmber f?.
L- H, DEE,
Wines, Spirits and Ms
Between Fort and Bethel Streets.
Corner of King & Nuuanu StSL
Wines & Liquors
HOT LUNCH DAILY
From 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p. m.
W. M. CUNNINGHAM,
OK ALL STYLES,
Carpets, Bugs, Mats
IN THE LATEST PATTERNS.
Hand Sewing Maghines,
tT All lih the Latest IaproTeroenta"53
And Other Musical Instrument.
Wines, Liquors, Beer
- ALWAVS ON HAND, AND
FOB SALE Br
ED. HOFFSCHLiEGEB I GflL
King SU oppo. Owile & Cooked.
This First-class Btkig Besori
his been ealarmKl ud is so-r
open to the rrablic It is th
beet p'ace oa the mlmadft to anjoj
a buth uk! iksre b jk WW
place to lay oC Special secott
moditioas for L&dMS. Ttmmb
peas the doorrry idf horaA
oa Sftturtkys aad Sdys ettxy