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foreign Mai! Service.
6ienahiM will leave for and err re
from Sea Fraocteeo, on the tallowing
datea, till tbe dose of 1893.
Lean BmnuacTJci at Hokoutlp
roe Sax FaAJtcww.'F. Sax Fka.tobcd
Ooeeme Sept. 25 Alameda Sept. 2S
Mioweis, lor Yaa- Australia Oct. 7
wr Oct. 2 Oceanic.. . . .' Oct. 17
Australia Oct. 14 M towers, from Ten.
Moaowai .... .Oct. 19 oooTer Oct. 23
irarrioMO, for Van-Marinoaa Oct. 35
eoimr Xot. 1 Australia Not. 4
Chine Xot. 6 Mooowai Xot. 23
Aavtralia Nov. I Warriinoo. from Van-
Alameda Nor. 16 conver. . . . Not. 23
Woven, for Van-China Not. 27
convex Dee. 2 Anatralia Dec 2
Oceanic Dec. 4 Alameda Dec 22
Aistratta Dec. 9 Miowera, from Yan-
Maripoaa Dec H conver Dec 23
Wemmoo, for Tan-Oceanic Dec 26
cooTer Jan. 1 Australia. . . . Dec 30
City Peking. . Jan. 2 Warn moo. from Vao-
Anstralia Jan. 6 conver Jan. 23
Wammoo, fr-m Van-
oonTer Sept 23
Wednesday. Xot. 1.
Star Xinau, Clarke, from Maui and Hawaii.
Wedneeday, Nov. 1.
CASS Warrimoo, ArundelJ. for Van-
coarer, B C.
N Y K's Stmr Miike Marti, Thompson, for
Yokohama, at 4 p m.
Vessels in Port.
U S S Adams, Nelson.
V S S Philadelphia. Parker.
Haw Bk Audrew, Welch.
tier Bk J. C. Pllngar.
Br sen Norma, Yokohama.
Am sen Trautat, Jobgengea, S F.
Am uch Robert Lewers, Goodman, 1' T.
Am sch Aloha, Dabel, S. F.
Nor bk Beaccmafield, Ba;Uanaen New
Castle. N S V.
Haw bk R P Rithet, Morrison, S F.
Am bgt W G Irwin, Nelwu. S F.
Jap S S .Miike Mam, 'I'humpaou, Yokohama
Am Yacht Toltia, Tolna, S F.
Am bk Matilda, Sweuaon, Nauaiuio.
Am achr C S Holme, Johneou, Tort
Bktne KlikiUt, Cutter, Fort Townsend.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
This List does not Include Steamers
Ambk Harvester S F Hilo). .Ang 21
Am sebrGleadale Eureka Oct 25
Am eehr Allen A Banka Oct 1
Am bk Martha Da tie KikOou Dee 20
Gerbk Xantilng Liverpool. .Dec 30
Br achr Yillata Liverpool Jau 10
Ambk S C Altai S F Oct 25
Am brgt Cottaaeio S F (Kah). . . .Oct 30
Am bk Klikitt..Port Townsend .. Nov 16
Am brgt J D Spreckels. .S F Oct 26
Yacht Tolna S F Oct 20
II II ickWd (sld Sept 25). L'nool..Dec 25-31
Schr Haleokala Fnnine'fi Id Xov 15
Am bkt Wrestler. . . .X S V Oct 29
Brbk Duke.Argyle....X S V Xov 10
Am bk Albert S F Xov 26
Ambk Aldeu Besse....S F Xov IS
Am bk C D Bryant.. . .S F Xov 27
Am bkt Iroigard S F Xov 26
Am bk Enoch Talbot. . Ft Gamble. .Xot 14
Ger bk Gal veaton Hongkong . . Xo v 7-i 2
Am bkt PUnter S F. Xov 15
Am bkt Discovery S F Xov 2S
Am bkt Amelia Pt Blakelv Dec 15
Am schr Alice Cooke. .Pt Blakelv. .Dec 25
The teamer Warrimoo, took
away tbe following passengers:
H Perry, X J Fernandas, 'Mrs
J G Roth well and 2 children,
Mr S Knight, A C Sfcolloiy, H
C Dunscombe. E P Dnuscouibe
Mrs Soarth, Miss Scnrtii, Miss
Adams, Dr Murray, A Noorecroft,
G Griffin, Jas Lyons, W Surry,
A Melunnon, ami H Wynam.
The following persons left the
city by last evening's local steam
el's: For Ma wi, Miss Cornwall.
Miss Whitney, W S Nieoli, J R
Renton, W Robinson, R D Afol
ler, P McLean, H Sharp.
For Kuai, F W Glade aud
wife, K J G Bryant and wife,
H H Wilcox and wife, Carl Wol
iers. Rev H Isenberg, T H Gib
son and wife, A Fries.
An advertismeut in this morn
ing's Advertiser, announces the
fact, that it's a "final sale' "go
ing out of the Dr Goods busi
ness." ''commencing next Mon
day, Oct 2" this is the 1st. of
"White gloves," was in at
tendance this morning at 7:45.
The P. G. Bend did not, "show
up," at the steamer's dock, this
There was a wedding to-day.
A pig was killed on this auspi
Where is the Collector Gene
ral's report lor the quarter ending
The Rev. EL E. Howland. will
hold Spiritual Services, at the
Arion Hall, on Tuesday, Thurs
day, and Saturday evenings at
Rear Admiral J. S. Skerrett
paid his farewell respects to tbe
present Government this fore
noon. He was accompanied by
his Secrotar' Lieutenant Wilson,
and Flag Lieutenant Fox.
It is reported, that on the list
of those Hawaiians who favor
annexation, is the name of a
Hawaiian who owes" all that he
knows" and also his present
position to the kind influences of
the late King, and to Queen
Although the hour for closing
the foreign mails has been placed
at two horn's before tbo time of
sailing of the steamers, they did
not roach the steamer until near
ly fifteen minutes after 8 o'clock
this morning. The Warrimoo's
whistle was blown several times,
to hurry the Post Office officials
up. The mail was not a large
The Aide-de-camp, or Staff
officer, or whoever the uniform
ed persouage was, who received
the Admiral at the front steps of
the Palace Building this morn
iug, either does nol Know any
thing of military rule, or the
regulations must have been 'veiy
lately" changed. When receiv
ing the Admiral this forenoon,
ho " took ofi" his helmet.
How the present governmental
authorities dote on Military
show. Why, it is worse than it
used to be under the Monarchy.
The Military, Band, and the rest of
them, don their feathers fce.
whenever the least possible ex
cuse for so doing offers. They
are donned even on occasions
when it is not necessary which
tends to make Military functions
a howling farce.
Hawaii for Hawaiians.
Ex-Minister Blount's reported
recommendation in regard to
the Hawaiian Islands is strictly
in accord .with democratic ideas.
He thinks that no action should
be taken by the United Ste.tes
to annex the islands or establish
a protectorate without the con
sent of all the inhabitants. A
vote npon the questions of annex
ation and protection shonld
precede, it is suggested, the do-
finite adoption of a policy bv
the United States. It is but
right that the natives should
themselves deteruiino their poli
tical future. They would, it is
believed, if let "alone, restore
their Queen, whom a huudful of
foreigners, by a misuse of our
name managed to depose. Onr
now Minister to Hawaii may bo
trusted to keep hands off anil let
the natives have fair play.
A Representative of the Ckoya
Shimbun has interviewed Vis
count Bnomoto on the sobject of
emigration. The Yisconnt did
not, so far as we can discern, I
propound any new views. Having !
explained that the population of I
the empire is increasing at the ,
rate of two hundred thousand
annually, and that nnless some
means of relieving the inevitable j
congestion be provided, great
distress mnst ultimately ensue.
His Excellency went on to declare
that in his opinion emigration for
the purpose of forming colonies
is the only resource. He dwelt
upon the remarkable success
achieved by Chinese colonists iu
various places, and spo e with
satisfaction of the Japanese im
migrants in Hawaii, though their
condition as contract labourers
left in his opinion, something to
be desired. He did not under
estimate the advantages offered
by Hokkaido, but he maintained
that where a choice was possible
between a hot and cold climate,
the former should be selected,
since the return obtainable there
by labour was so much larger
than in a cold climate. On the
whole, he considered Mexico to
be the most promising field for
Japanese colonization, inasmuch
as marked physical differences
were not observable between it
people aud the Japanese, and
there was a great want of labour,
and capital, so great, indeed, that
large tracts of laud were left un
cultivated and could be purchased
on very easy terms. As to the
manner of managing colonization,
the Viscount thought that a com
pany should be formed with a
capital of from li to 3 million
yen, the objects to be pursued by
the Company beiug the acquisi
tion and distribution of land, the
conveyance of emigrants, the
purchase of food stuffs and other
necessaries, the building of
houses, and the business of gen
eral administration. He believed
that a profit of 20 per cent, might
ultimately be realised on the
capital, but inasmuch as nothing
of the kind could be expected at
the outset, the Government
shonld be asked to guarantee five
per cent, on the paid up capital
for a period of from three to five
The Long and the Short of it.
Dedicated to the Star.
xot yet Settled.
City Nephew. Uncle, do yon
think Hawaii will be annexed?
Uncle Weyback. Wa-al, I
don't know. The Ryeville De
batin' Soeiety hjv' been argnin
the question, an' hevn't decided
WE WILLfiBE THERE
Billiaxcl P arlors
Hotel Street, Honolulu.
WILL OPEN THIS EVENING
White & Hopkins,
a TAit mmm
0OMAXT LME F SCHOOKERS Alfle Gwtnit7 &f All :
Owing to our constantly increasing business and the
great demand of an appreciating community, we hatre con
cluded to offer an opportanitv to all parties having capital.
Onr LINE of SCHOONERS may be seen gliding oTer the
BAR fillet! io their utmost carrying capacity with clear,
cool and invigorating
Fredericksburg m An "DITO'D
Export Juii.wr.aj.Sw JDJ&JiAv
At the "Anclior Saloon."
To accommodate our Vast Fleet of Schooners, we have
built a fine large Refrigerator regardless of cost.
Is the only place where a Cool Glass of FrederickaboTK
Beer on draught can be had in Honolulu. Step forward
gentlemen, NOW'S the Time. ocM 3tn
Iu accordance with the provisions of a
eertun mortgage, made bv C ALAPAI to
Lmbbella A Achi, dated October 5, 159...
reeOi-ded in Liber 145, page 243; notice is
hereby given that the Mortgagee intends to
foreclose the same for conditions broken, to
wit: non-pa vmeut of principal.
Notice is'likewise given that after the
expiration of three weeks from the date of
this .totice, the property oonveyed by said
mortgage will be advertised for sale at pab
lie auction, at the auction rooms of Jas. F
Morgan, in Houolnln, on MONDAY, tbe
20th day of November, 1S03, at 12 noon
of said day.
Farther particulars can be had of Win.
C Achi, Attorney at Law.
D.iied Honolulu. October 25, 1S93.
ISSABELLA A. ACHI,
The premises covered by said mortgage,
All those premises situated at Eapaloma,
Hoholnln, Oahu. and more particular de
scribrd in a partition deed between W C
Achi and said C Alupai, recorded in Liber
125 puge 1; containing an area of 1-10 of an
acre; ud being a port of those premises
known as Apona 1 described in Royal Pat
ent, number 6S7, granted to Keliipueaina.
In accordance witrt the provisions of
a ctTain Mortgage, made by Kamee
hnn. a of 'WelokH, Hilo, Hawar to Ah
Iling dated Julv 7th, 1S90. recorded in
Liber U6, page 157; notice is hereby
gtvn that the -Mortgage intends to
fon-c'ose the same cor conditions? broken
tow t:the non payment of Principal
and Interest when line.
X lice is likewise tiiven that after the
expint'onof three weeks from the date
of this notice the propertv conveved
by said Mortgage will be advertised for
sale at fuD'ic Auction, at tlie auction
1-noii.s of J F Morgan, ir Honolulu, on
Monday the 20th diiy of November, IS03,
at 12 noon, of said day.
Further particulars can ba had of
"Wil mm C Achi, Attornevat Law.
Dated Honolulu. October 25th, 1S93.
Th? premises, covered by said mort
gage, consist of :
12 acres situated at Il'o'oka, Hilo,
Hawaii, and descr bed In Roval Patent
number 1032 in the name jf Kamai
piialii. oct. 2S-3vr
A Postal Savings Bank Book
No. 465 has been lost at mv resi
dence during this month. Who
ever finds it and returns same at
my residence at Heeia, Koohvu
poko. Oahn, or at the law office
of J s. K. Kaulia, in Honolulu,
wiil raceive a reward.
Mrs. Mikala Kaglia.
Honolulu, Oct. 23, 1893.
L. H. DEE,
Wines, Spirits anil Beers
Between Fort and J3etliel Streets.
Importer and Coimniaeion
J. & P. Coat' MeehiaeThieeA
Joint Brooks Meebiae Thteftd
Barboer1 Line Thread
P. 0. Box 3&S. Matnal TefepeoeoTTCt.
13 KaahnnMBB Street.
No. 509 Hotel Street.
Steak. Ham & Eggs for 25 els.
Boarding 4.50 per week, or 21
Me.d Tickets ror 4:50. Fowl
three times a week, cookiug on
f-rst class style. Meals at all
oct26 lm Proprietor.
SANS SQUCI HOTEt
Filst-Class Accommodation for
Tourists and Island Gnosis.
Superior Bathmg Facilities.
Private Cottages for FamiiisS,
T. A. SIMPSON,
HO YEN KEE A CO,,
Tinsmiths and dealers in Croce
ery ware, Glassware, etc.
Water Pipes Laid and Repaired,
Plambing Neatly xcetd.
No. 41 Nnuariu St, between
King and Hotel Streak,
WING W0 TA1 & Co.,
No. 214 Nuujjin Street,
Importers and DeaJera in
Fine Manila Cigars, Chinese and
Japanese Crock' ry ware, Ma ttiuga.
Vases of all kinds. Camphorwned
Trunks. Rattan Chairs, a Fine
Assortment of Dress Silks, Bsl
Brands o Chinese and Japuneno
Tvun: ni Trffcf Tmnnrbitinnit
Inspection of New Goods Re
Mutual Tel. 26S, P. O. Box 15S.