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title: 'Hawaii holomua = Progress. (Honolulu) 1893-1895, November 03, 1893, Image 3',
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Foreign Mail Service.
Steamships will leave for and arrve
from &in Francisco, on the following
dates, till the close of 1S9S.
Leave Ho.vounx.DuE at Ho.voltjlc
for Sax Frascisco.'fm. Sax Francisco
Oceanic Sept. 25 Alameda Sent. 25
Miowera, for Viin-,Anstialia Oct. 7
conver Oct. liuceanic Oct. lr
Australia Oct. M.Miowera, from Yan-
Monowai Oct. 19 conver Oct. 23
Warritaoo, for Yan--Miiripoa Oct. 25
courer Nor. 1 'Australia Nov. 4
vChina Nov. 6 Monowai Nm 23
ustralia Nov. 11 Warrinioo, from Tan.
Alameda Nov. 1G conver Nov. 23 i
Jliowera, for Van- China Nor. 27 I
conver Dec2.Aniitr.ilia Dec. 2 '
Oceanic Dec. 4; Alameda Dec 22
Australia Dec 9 Miowera, from Van-
Mftripo-i Dec. 14 conver Dec. 23
Warn moo, for Van-Oceanic D?c.2tJ
conver Jan. I Australia. . . . Dec 30
City Peking. . ..Ian. 2 Warrinioo, from Van-
Anstralia Jan. C, conver Jan. 23
Warrimoo, from Van-j
conver Sept. 231
Friday Nov. 3.
Stmr Kinan, Clarke, for Mani and Unwaii.
Vessels in Port.
U S S Adams, Nelson.
U S S Philadelphia, Parker.
Ger Bk J. C. Pflnger.
Ur sch Norma. Yokohama.
Am sch Transit, Jobgensen, S F.
Am sch Robert Lewers, Goodman, P T.
Am sch Aloha, Dabel, S. F.
Nor bk Beaconsfield, Bastianseu. Nevr
Castle, N S V.
Haw bk R P Rithet, Morrison, S F.
Am bgt V G Irwin, Nelson. S F.
Am Yacht Tolua, Tolna, S F.
Am bk Matilda, Swensou, Nanaimo.
Am schr C S Holmes, Johnson, Port
Bktne Klikitat, Cntter, Port Townsend.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
This List does not Include Steamers
where from. dne.
Am bk Harvester S F (Hilo). . Ang 21
Am schrGlendale Eureka Oct 25
Am schr Allen A Enrbka Oct 1 !
Am bk Martha Davis... .Boston Dec 20
Ger bk Nautilus Liverpool.. Dec SO ;
Br schr Villata Liverpool Jan 10 1
Ambk S C Allen S F Oct 25
Am brct Consnelo ....SF (Kah) ... .Oct 30 '
Ambk Klikitat.. Fort Townsend. .Nov 16
Am brgt J D Spreckels. ,SF Oct 2G
Yacht Tolna S F Oct 20
H H.ckfeld (sld Sept 25).Ijpool..Dec 25-31
Schr naleftkala....Pnuiug's Id Nov 15
Am bkt Wrestler . ...NS W Oct 29
Br bk Duke- Argyle....N S V Nov 10
Ambk Albert SF Nov 2G
Am bk Alden Besso S F Nov 15
Ambk CD Bryant.... S F Nov 27
Am bkt Irmgurd S F Nov 20
Am bk Enoch Talbot. . Pt Gamble. . Nov 14
Ger bk Galvestou.... Hongkong. .Nov 7-r2
Am bkt Planter S F Nov 15
Am bkt Discovery S F Nov 2S
Am bkt Amelia. . . .Tt Blakely Dfc 15
Am schr Alice Cooko..Pt Blakely. .Dec 25
WATER OR NO WATER?
Under the ATonnrcby, water
rate payers used to receive some
consideration from tho Super
intendeut of "Water Works, but
they got blamed little now. Com
plaints roach us nearly every
day from porsons holding water
priviloges, of tho manner in
which they are treated. Without
any prior notice whatever, tho
water is shnt off from part3 of
tho city when tho whim suits the
Superintendent to do so com
pelling people very frequently to
dispenso with their morning
bath, and subjecting them to other
inconveniences. Former Super
intendents alwnj'S gave notice to
the public of thoir iuteution to
shut oft the wator whenever it
became necessary to do so. 2vow,
.it is an ever day occurrence. It
is about time that the present
rotten system was changed.
NOT A BAD DOCTRINE.
Tho 'Tiser savs, that
Howland, last evening said:"
"There are twice as many
Christians outside " of the
churches of Honolulu as there
are in them."
"Look up to God and not to
the missionaries. God is all
right, but the missionaries
Tes, well tho Holoxua is of
the opinion, that Mr. Howland is
Who kicked the lantern?
The Kinaa left at 2 p.m. for;
Mani and -Hawaii.
The Australia will arrive early
to-morrow with a large passen
"Oh! would I were au English
man;" Lab-de-dah. Lah-de-da-h.
Why don't you mam all four.
United States Minister Willis,
will very probably arrive on the
steamer Australia to morrow.
A number of Japanese laborers ;
of the lot arrived by the Miike
Mara left by the Kinau for the
different plantations where they
are to work.
Howling Moses! Mr. Howland
says he smelled brimstone here
even when the stemner carrying
him was coming into the harbor.
Whore is the Board of Health?
There is more drunkenness and
disorderly conduct among the
rifio carriers in the service of this
present government, than over
was known in the military ser
vice, under the monarchy. Those
who served at that time, had
some self respect.
"Palmist and astrologer" How
land sa3?s "I am not a mind
reader nor have I read any minds
in Honolulu. Thank God for
that. They are too small for
anyone tn try and read." We
wonder if the "palmist and as
trologer" was present at the
Council meeting yesterday und
there reached his conclusions.
Wouldn't it bo a good idea for
all honorably discharged P. G.
soldiers to hang on to their certi
ficates of discharge? When we
become a republic on the Amer
ican plan, wo are bound to have
a ponsion bureau and a pension
fraud, and who would be more
entitled to an annuity than our
resurrected braves who are con
stantly lying down dead .
Something was published in
this morning's Advertiser, which
is called "Custom House Re
port." Who made tho report,
the "Custom House" or tho
"Collector General?" Never did
any government under the Mon
archy announce or publish tho
Report of the Collector General,
to tho tax-payers, and the busi
ness community in such shape.
J. P. Bowen who knows more
about a billiard table than any
other man in Honolulu has a
notice in another column. He
offers a large assortment of all
material needed for repairing
and fixing up billiard-tables.
This is the time to get yonr old
tables brought in running order
with new cloth and "live" cus
hions. Mr. Bowen is located in
the Pern- Block on Hotel Street.
Mr and Mrs. W. G. Irwin have
issued invitatfons to a ball to take
place at their residenee on the
The Sons of St George, will
give an entertainment next Mon
day evening, (the 6th inst.) at
their Hall. It promises to be a
The Imperial Birthday
The birthday of His Imperial
Japanese Majesty has been
celebrated dnrinsr the dav bv the
o - - ,
Japanese Colony in Honolulu,
and all over the country. The '
day is observed as a general holi
day by all the Mikado's subjects
iu Hawaii. The Japanese Gov
ernment Ageut, Consul General
S. Fujii, has held a reception
during the daj- at the Legation
and received many callers
with his usual hospitality.
The Hawaiian Government sent
the Band to play at the Legation
from 10 to 12 o'clock. At 12
o'clock the U. S. P. S. Philadel
phia fired a salute of 21 guns in
honor of the day. All diplomatic
and consular flags are flying.
This evening at seven o'clock
there will be a meeting at the
Beretania Street Armor-, where
tho following programme will be
carried out: . .
At the Armory, from 7 to 10 p.m.
1. Object of meeting llev. K.
2. Reading Imperial Message
3. Congratulations Mr. Sugiya-
i. Speeches Messrs. Aoki,Uch i
da, Midzano and Ono.
Then three cheers will be given
for the Emperor.
Light refreshments will be
served at the armory.
There are many private parties
and gatherings among the Jap
anese residents in different parts
of the town and all are bent upon
having a good time.
We are informed that there
are two cases of Diphtheria on
School Street. It is well for
parents now to bike all possible
precautions. The Board of
Health has taken certain steps,
and we trust will it be able to
stamp out the dread disease be
fore it spreads any further.
THE ANNEXATION CLUB
NOT IN IT..
We learn that Minister Damon's
candidate for the clerkship at the
office of the Consul-Geueral in
San Francisco, Mr. Soper, has
been appointed this morning.
While we are sorry for Mr. Sam
Monsarrat, who is deservedly a
very popular young man with all
parties, in his being disappointed,
we consider it a healthy sign for
the government that it is in
dependent in its actions, and
brooks no dictation by any politi
cal clique. By the way, what
became of the promised "clean
ing out" of royalists from the
government offices at the end of
October? Star, please to answer.
Mr. J. P. Bowen has over
hauled and renovated mv billiard
table and has- attached the
"Block"' cushions which, in my
opinion, are superior to other
cushions here. 1 recommend his
work to any others requiring like
service. Frank Hustace.
G-DITSSLES & CD.,
Importers fc Dealers in
Groceries, Wines, Spirits, &c.
Queen St , Honolulu.
The undersigned has received from the Eastern States.
The Largest Single Order
of Billiard Material
ever imported to the Islands. It concludes as follows:
Cloth, 3 grades;
Cushions, by Block, patent;
Billiard Balls, Composition and Ivoiv; y
Pool, " " " "
Tips, Chalk; . ,
Pocket Castings with leathers, and fringe
rocket nettirgs, fringe and leathers;
Court Plastor, green and black;
2few style chalk holders; 7 v
Triangles: K i
Shake balls and leather bottles; Y ,
Markers, etc., etc.
The above goods have been purchased at reduced rates, 1
and the undersigned is now prepared to do any and all
BILLIARD TABLE WORK
at reasonable rates with dispatch. Also new and second
hand Billiard and Pool Tables for Sale.
Please apply to J. P. BOWEN,
Perry Block, Hotel St. Honolulu
CONSTANT LINE OF SCHOONERS AnulB ODPortonily for ALL !
Owing to our constantly increasing business and the
great demand of an appreciating community, we have, con
cluded to offer an opportunity to all parties having capital
Our LINE of SCHOONERS mav be seen flirting nvm- rim
BAR filled to their utmost
cool and invigorating
Fredericksburg J LAGE;a 3
At the "Anchor Saloon."
To accommodate our Yast Fleet of Schooners, wo have
built a fine large Refrigerator regardless of cost.
Is the only place where a Cool Glass of Fredericksburg
Beer on draught can bo had in Honolulu. Step forward
gentlemen, NOW'S the Time. ocl-1 3m
In accordance with the provisions of a.
certain mortgage, made by C ALAPAI to
Isabbella A Achi, dated October 5, 189..,
recorded in Liber 145, page 24S; notice is
hereby given that the Mortgagee intends to
foreclose the same for conditions broken, to
wit: non-payment of principal.
Notice is likewise given that after the
expiration of three weeks from the date of
tins notice, tne property conveyed uy sam
mortgage will be advertised for sale at pub
lie auction, at thn auction rooms of Jas. F
Morgan, in Honolulu, on MONDAY, the
20th day of November, 1S93, at 12 noon
of said day.
Further particulars can be had of Wra.
C Achi, Attorney at Law.
Dated Honolulu. October 2o, 1S93.
ISSABELLA A. ACHI,
The premises covered by said mortgage,
AU those premises situated at Kapalama,
Honolulu, Oahu. and mors particular de
scribed in a partition deed oetween W C
Achi and said C Alapat, recorded in Liber
125 page 1; containing au area of 1-10 of an
acre; and being & part of those premises
known as A pa mi I described in Royal Pat
ent, number &i, granted to Eeliipueaina.
NATIONAL IRON WORKS,
Between Alakea & Richard Sis.
THE UNDERSIGNED are prepared to
make rll kinds of
Iran Brass, Bronze, Zinc,
Tin and Lead Castings. Also a
General Repair Shop for Steam Engines,
Rice Milk, Com Mills,
Water Wheels, Wind Mills, etc
Machines for the Cleaning of Coffee,
C&sbr Oils, Beans, Ramie, SisaL
Pineapple LeaTes &, other Fibrous Plants.
And Paper Stock
Also Machines for Extracting Starch frcsj
the Manioc, Arrow Boot, etc
3T AH Orders promptly attended to.
WHITE, RITMAN 6t CO.
carrying capacity with clear,
In accordance witn the provisions oi
a certain Mortgage, made by Knmee
honna of "Welokn, Hilo, Hawaii to Ah
Hing dated July 7th, 1890. recorded in
Liber 116, page 157; notice is hereby
ciVHn that the Mortgage intends to
foreclose thesame for conditions broken
towit:thenon payment of Principal
ana interest wnen une.
If tice is likewise given that after he
expiraf'on of three weeks from the dale
of this notice the properly conveyet
oy saia .Mortgage will be aivtrtiK!u lor
sale at Public Auction, at the auction
rooms of J F Morgan, in Honolnia. ob
Monday the 20th day of November, 1832,
at 12 noon, of said day.
Farther particulars can be had ol
William C. Achj, Attorney at Law.
Dated Honolulu, October 25th, 1IKL
The premises, covered by said mort
gage, consist of:
12 acres situated at W'c'oka, Hilo,
Hawaii, and described in Royal
number 1032 in the name ! Kamai
piialii. oct. 2S-3w
BAY HORSEM SALOON!
P. vMcINERNT, Frofeietor,
Fine Liquors, Wines and Beer.
Cokxek Beth ei. axd Hotkl Sim.
"Wine and Spirit
. Campbell Fire-proof Blook,
MEBCHAXT ST., HONOLULU