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Foreign Mail Service.
Steamships will leave for and arrive
from San Francisco, on the following
dates, till the dose of 1 693.
Leave Hoxour-DnE Hteoua. J
for Say FeasciscoFm. Sax Feaxcbco
Oceanic Sept. 25 Alameda .... Sept 2S
Miowera, for Van-Australia Oct. 7
oouver Oct. 2 Oceanic. Oct. 17
Australia Oct. 14 Miowera, from Van-
Monowai Oct. 19 conver Oct. 23
Varriinoo, for Van-Marinosa......Oct. 26
conver Nor. 1 Australia Nor. 4
China Nov. C Monowai Nov. 23
Australia Nov. 11 V.'nrrimoo. from Van-
Alameda .Nov. 16; couTer Nov. 23
Miowera, for Van-China Nov. 27
conver Dec. 2 Australia Dec. 2
Oceanio Dec. 4, Alameda Dec. 22
Australia Dec. 0 Micnrera, from Van-
Mariposn Dec. 14 conTer Dec. 23
Waminoo, for Van-Oceanic Dec. 26
conver Jan. 1 Austral! Dec. 30
City Peking. . .Jan. 2 Warriinoo, from Van
Australia Jan. 6 conver Jan 23
Warriinoo, from Van
couver Sept. 23
Jrom the AftJatcv-ront.
Wednesday, Nov. 15.
Stmr Waialeale. Symthe, for Labaina and
Stmr Pele, Peterson, for Kauai.
. Vessels in Port.
U S S Adams, Nelson.
DS8 Philadelphia, Parker.
Ger l)k J. C. PfliiRer.
Br sch Norma, Yokohama.
Am"sch Transit, Johgensen, S F.
Ani sch Robert Lowers, Goodman, P T.
Am Yacht To! mi, Tona, S F.
Am hgt W G Irwin, Nelson. S F.
Haw bk It P Rithet Morrison, S F.
Nor bk Beacousfield, Basiiansen
Castle, N S V.
Am bk Matilda, Swensou, Nanaimo
Am schr C S Holmes, Johnson, Port
Am bktno Klikitat, Cntter, Port Tovsend.
Am bk S 0 Allen, Thompson, S F.
Am bk Albert,Griffiths. S F.
Foreign Vessels Expected
This List does not Include Steamrs
where from. due.
Ain bk Mnrllui Dnvij Ttwr.,. t,.
licr Uk Nautilus Liverpool. .Dec
Br schr Villata Liverpool Jan
II Hackfeld (sld Sept 2r).L'pool..Dee 25
Schr Ilaleakala Fnninu's Id Nov
Am bkt Wrestler.... NS W Oct
Br bk Duke Argyle. . ..NSW Nov
Am bk Alden Besse S F.... Nov
AmbkCD Bryant S F Nov
Am bkt Irmgard S F Nov
Am bk Enoch Talbot. .Pt Gamble. .Nov
Ger bk Galveston Hongkong. .Nov 7-
Am bkt Planter S F Nov
Am bkt Discovery S F '.' Nov
Am bkt Amelia . . . . Pt Blakelv V.Dec
Am schr Alice Cooke. .Pt Blakelv. .Dec
Haw sli John Ena X S W Nov 15-
Haw- sh Hawaiian Isles.N S W. . .Nov 19.
Ger sh Tori)sichote NSW... .Nov 20-
The Hawaiian National Baud,
will givo a concert at this favorite
sea-side resort on Saturday even
ing, the 18th instant. Following
is the programme:
1. March -Lei Ohaoha" Kealakai
2. Overture "Said Pasha" (by reqa est)
3. Comet Mio:'J3dSevltz"y.'.'Uboralo
4. Selection "Plautaiton Songs. .Conlemo
Three Hawaiian Songs.
5. Medley "Boston Bake" B.-ools
G. Waltz "Danubo Waves" Ivansv'ca
7. Dance "La Paloma" YnuVer
S. March "Kainlaai" Libom"o
Fridley, an Illinois lawyer ir
ritated; by an unexpected decision
of the Kane County court said,
in.an uudertone: "That's a d d
pretty decision!" "Mr. Frid-le-,"
said the judge, with dignity,
"if you are displeased with the
decisions of this court, yon can
carry them to a court of errors."
"A court of errors! If your honor
please, -where on earth can I find
a court of errors superior to this
Toots. It takes an artist to
mix a cocktail.
Tanks. I dare say; I'te seen
a cocktail mix an nrtist.
This is a week of Band Concerts.
The Board;of Health, folding
The Hawaiian- National Band at
Sans Souci on Saturday evening.
The police made a seizures of
twenty-seven tins of opium on
board of one of the local steamers
The Kona storm which has
been brewing for the past few
days, has set" in. Lookout for
three days of bad weather.
H. B. M. S. Champion, from
Esquimault en route to the
"West Coast of South America is
expected to arrive here within
the next few days.
Remember that the Hawaiian
National Band gives a concert at
Jtlie Hawaiian Hotel to-morrow
evening. So do not make any
The Police department seems to
-be making the op'ium seizures
now-a-daj'S. Where are the
Custom authorities? More mo
ney in leaving the stuff alone per
haps. If the thunder which was a
"few" miles oft' yesterda', was
the cause of the caving in of a
portion of the earth on. Brewer's
wharf, what will be the result,
when the next attempt to blow
up that coral bed takes place?
The vicinity of Brewer's wharf
presents an animated appearance
uow-a-days. On shore are the car
penters and workmen attending to
the work in their department,
while close at hand in the bay are
the dredger, and the pile driver
"Pet," at the.is respective duties.
The Lougee brothers are still
continuing their examination f
the hull of the steamer Miowera.
So far, the damage found is not of
great extent. A coffer-dam will be
placed under the stern of the stea
mer, after which ihe work of repair
ing will be commenced.
The following persons left the
city yesterday b the local
steamers, for IVTaui: C H El
dredgo.'F S Dodge.. Mrs McKon
zie, MrLarnach, Miss EM Brash,
Ah Young, Lau Chock, Bro G
Bertram, John TJ Iosepa, J A
Bodanet and S Matsnmura.
For the Volcano: TV Peak.
For Hilo and way ports: T P
Severin, C YE Dove, A Hood,
Bev E Lewis, P McCrea, Capt TV"
Matson and wife, JXb Bev Lord
Bishop of" Honolulu, Theo H
Davies and son, Bev E P Baker
and wife, and C M White.
For Kauai: Miss J Smith , P N
de la Yergno, Lan Chong, EB
Hendry, Miss K McGrew and
Mrs Yan Yliet.
I Eqsal to the Occasion.
Mr. Norcs (gropwg his icay into
the parfor). Why, what are you:
young people doing in here? '
Jack. Oh er we're er
Mr. Norris. What! Without a
Bessie.- Yes, Papa; the jokes are
S3 bright we can se them in the
"We do not hold ourselves responsible for
the opinions or the utterances of oar
Sir: The Annexation Club was
started for the advancement of
the principles of independent
politics; at one of the first meet
ing?, it was arranged, that each
and even' member present, was
to pay his equal share of the ex
penses of the meetings without
doing as it has been done hereto
fore, that is, to pass the hat
around to the merchants and
monied-men of the city, so the
would-be-aristocracy would not
have it in their power to dictate
to the people, but, that ti:e peo
ple would rule and dictate to
them. Things did not stand long
in that state, nor could it be
expected, knowing the material it
was composed of and from whence
it sprung; with all their boasted
freedom , there is a no more cor
rupt nation under the sun, no more
corrupt political system to be
found in any country, and where
money is used in practical politics
than in the Great Bepublic of the
United States. Here we in Ha-waii-nei
have a sample and some
of ihe stock, who not only declare
bofore this nation, "if the' did
not rule they would ruin" this is
a sample of the missionary and
should one be so fortunate as to
get to Heaven, he would soon bo
telling the Great God that he
was not running that Government
to suit them; he would then com
bine with the Arch-Fiend to
overthrow Him and apply for
Annexation to "His Satanic
"OXE WHO KNOWS."
Should the Alameda be in port
this evening, the P. G. band will
give a "Concert at the Hawaiian
Hotel, commencing at 8:15
o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: PART I.
1. Overture "A Summer Night" Snppe
2. F;.nale "Beh'sario" : Donizetti
3 Waltz "Vienna Blood" Strauss
4. Selection ''Bohemian Girl" Balfe
PART II. '
5. March "MJ Goseherl" Sprowacker
6. Fantasia "Forge in the Forest"
(bv request) Michealis
7. "Waltz "Tont Paris" Waldteufel
8. Galop "Brave Ahead" Strauss
That's Ml Kteht.
Jimly A run on a bank is a
Buidy Yes, unless it happens
to be, the run of a band of pretty
bathers on a sandbank. Truth.
It the Meaaperie.
Chimpanze How is your
highness this morning?
Kangaroo I'm on mv last legs.
BINKS: . How is that revolu
tion in Cuba progressing?
- Jinks (who reads the paper):
It's all over.
"You don't say! What became
of the revolutionists?"
"They wero. both caught, I
Wool. I saw. yon going into a
Yan Pelt I went in to buy a
Wool. You didn't look to be
fall enough for that.
CITY MEAT MARKET
Oppo. Queen Emma Hall,
Maker of the Celebrated
Cambridge Pork Sausage !
Meat Delivered to Any Part of
the City and Suburbs.
Mutual Telephone Number 239.
This First-class Bathing Besort
has been enlarged and is now
open to the public; It is tho
best place on the islands to enjoy
a bath and there is no bette'r
place to lay oft. . Special accom
modations, for Ladies. Traincars
pass the door every half hour and
on Saturdays and "Sundays every
C. J. SHERWOOD
LEWIS & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
FRESH CALIFORNIA SALMON ON ICE
By Every San Francisco Steamer.
Salt Salmon et Barrels
Hi Fort St., Honolulu. Tel. 240,
P. O. Box 29J.
SANS SOUCI HOTEL
Filst-Class Accommodation for
Tourists and Island Guests.
Superior Bathing Facilities,
Private Cottages for Families.
T. A. SIMPSON,
OF FORESLOSTJRE. '
In accordance -with the provisions of a
certain mortgage, made hy C ALAPAI to
Isabbella A Achi, dated October 5, ISO. .,
recorded in Liber 145, page 24S; notice w
hereby given that the Mortgagee intends to
forecluse the same for conditions broken, to
wit: non-payment of principal.
Notice is likewise given that after tho
expiration of three weeks from the date of
this notice, the prope -ty conveyed by said
mortgage will be adveed for sale at pub
lic an etion. at thft 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 Wm.
C Achi, Attorney at Law.
Dated Honolulu. October 25, IS93.
, 1SSABELLA A. ACHI,
The premises covered by said mortgage,
. All those premises situated at Kapalama,
Honolulu, Oahu. and mora particular de
scribed, in a partition deed between W O
t Achi and said C Akpai, recorded In Xiber
1 J pajja 1; coaiaiBiEg an area 01 i-iu 01 an
acre; and being a part of those premises
known &3 Apafia 1 described inlioval Pat
ent, nusiber G37, granted to Keliipu eains.
Importers & Commission
Honolulu, - Hawaiian Islands
THOMAS IxINDSAY. -
ManixfaeturingX JeuxUr- and
Mclnerny BtocU, 405 Fort St., Honolals.
tST CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
203 Fort St., Honolulu.
"FAT BO Y.
BAY HORSE S3 SALOOli!
P. McINERNY. Fnornrrros.
Fine Liquors, Wines and Beer.
ConxEn Betiiix .vnt Hotel Sr.
Inrporter and Commission
J. & P. Coats' Machine Thread
Jonas Brooks' Machine Thiead
Barbour's Linen Thread
P. O. Bor 35S. Mutual Telephone 355
41 -.1u.1uuu.11uu oircvt.
H. May- & Co.,
Tea Dealers, Coffee Roasters
0 Provision Merchants
9S Fort Street, Honolulu
Families, Plantations and Ships
supplied with choicest
European & American Groceries
California Produce by Every
OF ALL STYI.ES,
IN THE LATEST PATTERNS.
Hand Sewing Machines,
3TA11 With the Latest Improvements!
' And Other Musical Instruments.
Wines, Liquors, Beer
ALWAYS ON HAND, AND
FOB SALE BY
ED. HOFFSCHUEGEB I CO.
King St.. opro. Castle fc Cooke.
HO YEN KEE & CO.
Tinsmiths and dealers in Crock
ery -ware, Glassware, etc.
Water Pipes Laid and Repaired,
Plumbing Neatly Executed.
No. 41 Nuuanu St. , he twee a.,
King and Hotel Streets,