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Steamships will ieave for axui arrive'
from San FranflEco and other foreign
port on or about the following date?;
ull the cloge,of 1SS4.
Leave HokoutujIDoe at Hosouiuj
Pji. Saw Tsaxcisoo
Wrriinco, for Van
Oeeanic. . .
. . . Dec. 30
. . . Jan. IS
...Jan.23 . Jan. 27
. . . Feb. 15
. . . Feb. 24
. . . .Mar. 4
. . . Apr. 12
. .Apr. 17
. . . Apr. 21
. . . Mav 10
. . May 19
. . . .June 7
. . .June 1G
. . July 5
. . July 14
. .Aug. 11
. . Aug. 31
coutct Jan. 1
City Fe"rinc. .Jan. 2ftlarirxa
Australia Jan. 6iWarrimoo,
Monowai Jan. 11
Australia Feb. Australia
Alameda Feb. S-China . .
Oceanic Feb. 12.Monowai.
Australia Mar. 3 Australia.
Mariposa. Mar. Si Oceanic
China Mar. 'JC' Alameda .
Australia Mar. 31iAastralia.
Monowai Apr. ajllariposa .
Australia Apr. 25China
Alameda May 3Australia.
Gealic , . .May HjMonowai .
AuBtralia. . . ..May 26'AuBtralia.
Mariposa May 31
Monowai June 2Si
Australia Jul v 21
Alameda Jul- 26j
Australia Aur. 18!
Mariposa Aug. 23
Australia Sept. lSjAustralia .
Monowai Sept. 20 Mariposa. .
. ..Oct, S
. . Oct. 25
Vessels in Port.
HBM'sS Champion, Iiooke.
USS Adams, Nelson.
TJ S S Philadelphia, Barker.'
H 1J M's S Naniwa, Togo, Japan
Ger Bk J. 0. Enuger, Woliers, Bremen.
Br sch Norma, (for sale).
0 A S S Miowera, Sydney, en route Van
couver. Am bkt Wrestler, Berguiann, N Castlt.
Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, S F.
Am bkt Amelia, Ward, Puget Sound.
Am bkt Irmgard, Schmidt, S F.
Am bkt S G Wilder. McNeill, S F.
Bark G D Bryant. Jacobsqn, S F.
Am bk Planter, Dow, S F.
Haw bk Manna Ala, Smith, SF.
Am bkt Geo O Perkins, Maas, S F.
Am bk Colusa, Backus, Departure Boy.
Am bk S N Castle, Hubbard, S F. "
Foreign Vessels Expected.
This Lisrdoes not Include Steamers
where from. due.
Ger bk Galveston Hongkong. .Nov 712
Haw sh John Eun NSW Nov 15-22
Haw sh Hawaiian Isles.N S YV. . .Nov 19-20
Ger sh Terpsichore NSW... .Nov 20-30
'Am sch Alice Cooke. .Pt Blakelv. .Dec 2.")
Am bkt Discovery . . S F...J.:.Deo.(
Am ok .uannaiavis. ...iosiou ueo uj
Ger bk Nautilus Liverpool . .Dec 30
AmbktSkakit Port Gamble.. Dec 20
Ger bk H Hackfeld. . . .L'vwol. .Jan 10-16
Br schr Villata. ... Liverpool.... Jau 5-17.
Am bkt Mary Winkeluiau. .NS V,- .Jan.3-5
uer bty u uiadoj..Xjverpool. ;..lar 1-10
Haw bk Helen Brewer. ..NY.. ,Teb 24-2S
Mystic Lodge Xo. 2 K. of P. ,
has electedmembers;to offide for
the onsttin'giorm,' as'followsr 1
0., TY. 0. Wilder, Jr.; C. C, A
E. Murphy; Y. C, A. TYT. Keoch;
Prel., Geo. Bruns; M. of TV., 0.
A. Peterson; K. of R. and S., A.
VJGear; M.of P., J. H. Schnack;
M. '. of E. , M. A. Gonsalves; M.
at A., A. TY." Clark; Trustee, F.
TY. McChesnoy. Installation will
take place in the Gastle Hallon
the next ' regular conveutiou.
TYednesdn, "Juno 3rd. Deputy
Supreme Chancellor Chas, J.
McCarthy , being the installing
officer. ' .
A tale is tola, wuicti comes
from the wilds of TYaialna, and
f which does not reflect creditably
liuon the material .titat is con-
tained within the official lines of
the lately organized Sportsman's
Club. This club is supposed, to
have for one of its main objects,
a strong desire And intent to pre
Tent poaching, but, the tae goes
that: on a late occasion, and
"just V before" Christmas', an
officer of the society in company
with one of the, .directors-was
caaght, in. KgraMte dtlitiK. Villi
gos in their Knuds upon grounds
spo which tkay had. no righL,
PoMkiug is akin k midnight
Tobbwqr ad & Clab shoM
The steamer ' Oceanic ' is tele
phoned off "Waimanalo as we go
Business is very dull in
lines of trade, except politics.
Oahu Lodge Ko 1. E. of P.
meets to-hight at its Castle Hall
for election of officers.
It is reported thata "business5'
meeting was held at the house of
the Attorney General last even-
George Manson succeeds Mr.
Day as business manager on the
'Star" and Edward Towse takes
Mr. Manson's reportorial position.
Advertise in the Holomua if
yon wish to make times better
than i they are and desire to
receive the patronage of those
who pay cash for their goods. .
A local phoiographer has of
fered to furnish the Government
with pictures ( of progessivo Ha
waii and also to duplicate the
views for distribution amongst
the correspondents of the princi
pal newspapers of the world, who
may be present at th.e comig
The HoLohua reaches all sorts
and conditions of people. It is
the paper of the masses, of the
bone and sinew of the commu
nity, A paper which the honest
workingman can read and readily
understind, and which the un
scrupulous seekers after power
and profit will read and damn.
Everv readers of Holomua who
is engaged in a business that can
b6 advertised, should appre
ciate the widespread distribution
and influence of the paper as,
unwittingly "but necessarily .ad
mitted by the Advisory Council.
Each,speaker kuewjthe paper and
had readitahd"ypu bet," they-
Will CUUIU1UU IU ltiilU 11.
The Holomua is to-day the
only, Jearless exponent of the
PYiewsTor tue muiaieciass ana ot
thpse.whoso Iabomthor than their
tongues, build up cities and push
them forward to planes of honor
amongst industrial and commer
cial nations. The Holomua ex
pects the aid of the tradesman,
the storekeeper and the working
man. fir -v
s M - .
The followinglist comprises
the latelv installed officers of
Hawaiian Lodge 21., .P. & A.
M.;-H. E-. Cooper, TV. M.; J. H.
Soper, S. TV. ; re-elected. C. L.
Crabbe, J. TV.; Thos. E. TVall.
secretary, re-elected. TV. M.
Giffurd, treasurer, re-elected. A.
B. Scrimgeour, senior deacon.
H H. "Williams, junior deacon.
J". A. King, marshal, re-elected.
A. Mackintosh, chaplain, re
elected: C. Williams and Jas.
Gregorv,.stewards; J. M. Angus,
JSswLYi Selected Member of
; I'd like -iq hstve.my picture latent
,CTtf Sklkcted 3sxbs& or
Mr. J. EmmelTLth. and the
" Holonma. "
Mr. J. Emmeluth when he is ;
not plumbing and tin-smithing,
occupies his gigantic "brain with
political and journalistic mat- :
ters. He is the President of the
Publishing Company which pub:
lishes that , scurrilous sheet
known as the Star, and he is also"
manager of the fossilized Hawai
ian paper withoufca subscription
list which is called the Kuokoa.
Owing to his literary tnrn of
, - , , , (
ence he was .appointed a member'
Qf a so-called newspaper com
mittee in the Advisory Conncil
of which he for some reasons
unknown is a member. The duty
of that committee 'has evidently
consisted in seeking occasion to
interfere with the freedom of the
press, and by gag laws and muzzl
ing acts preventing the opposition
from being heard, and at ,the
same time granting' the utmost
license to the government press
and encouraging it to abuse,
slander, vilify, and
kcommittees opinion. . .
Por nearly eight months, the
newspaper committee has been
-slumbering, and nothing has
been heard from them, but the
occasion has come for Mr. Emme
luth now to awake and shake his
mane, and with fierce roars, look
around for some paper to devour.
But why "''hus the occasion
arisen? - The reason is very
siraple to the initiated while
perhaps the outside world doesn't
grasp the situation.
The "Holomua" has been a
thom in the . 030 of Mr. Emme
luth, because it sadly interferes
with tho success of the papers
with which ho is connected:
TVhilo the subscription list of
our papers is daily increasiug the
Star ancLjUuokoa are coinc be
hind and Mr. Emmeluth is
getting wearj of "digging and
procuring the sinews of jvar. - It
looks' to say the least nnfivir for a
member of the Advisory Conncil
who is the manager and proprietor
of' rival newspapers to nse his
official position in an atiempt to
suppress or injure a competitor
.in the publishing business. But
such action is fullv in
with' the other exhibitions of fair-
ness and honor of( the Provisional
Government for which it has
become notorious- .sincolthe day
when it refused to give 'passage
to the. representative
Queen on the Ciaudiue.
ever Mr. Emmeluth's
was frustrated, and he
usual sat on. '
The debate on Mr. Emmeluth's
resolution in the Council was
very instructive , and. amusing.
The political and journalistic tin
smitli complained seriously, be
cause even native and half-white
in the . government building sub- ' ably acquisitons to ourcommuni
scrjbed to tho Holomua and not a i ty. Miss Albu sang during the
d d one to the "Kuokoa" or evening Meyerbeer's "Bohert.
tho 4StAr.s' Mr. Tenney who : ToiqueJtaime"andH4ndels-Ani
evidently reads the Holomua said gels -Evei; Bright - and "Fair" h-L
that nothing said there could . sides "Aloha Oe" and rendered
'ruffle a single liair on his?head."
TVe have beeii willing to-under-
f take V great dal, but we beg
to assure Mr." Tenney that under
existing circumstances, we would
net attempt- for a moment to
' '-ruffle a hair oii- his head," ire
ae ptiay the Microscopic b&si-
sees jot yt Mr. Hatch h&s
aeapfd ;Mrg ooal- on our
not alone an excellegt .certificate
of our importance but acknow
ledged our great value. 'This is
what Mr. Hatch, according to
the "Star," said: that the Holo
5TCA was doing a great benefit to
he cause of decency and good
government in ihis oountty ."
TVe needn't sav that we fullv
agree with the learned council
man. The charge made, in Mr.
Emmeluth's organ, the Star, that
the Holohua ever has advocated
violence against the Provisional
Government is false. TVa chal
lenge the Star or. Mr. Emmeluth
to point out a single line in any
1 . . c, . , . J
of our issues in which we have
incited the people to revolt. On
the contrary we have .dar in; and
day out, advised' the Hawaiians
and all supporters of constitu
tional government in Hawaii to
leave their affairs confidently and
patiently in the hands of the
United States' Government .and
quietly go about their business
everything will then come
but all right in "the end. In the
meantime, Mr. Emmeluth is, very
much mistaken if he thinks that
the sheet over which he presides
will be allowed to indulge in
the vilest and filthiest slanders
against - every -man. woman, or
child, public or private person,
without retaliation being made
by the press which advocates the
independence of Hawaii. The
Star has started a line of journal
ism in Hawaii which has never
been known here before.- If we
write in a style which may meet
the spirit of the annexation organ
in a fitting way, we only do
what is just, fair, and extremely
THE "MISSES ALBU
At Kawaiahao Church-
in Excellent Concert Last Night.
The Concert which .the Misses
Albu ihef gifted singers"' who have
visited Honolulu for the past
weeks gave at Kawaiahao Church
last night for the benefit of the
Church funds was a great success
all through. The Church was
not filled so well as could have
been desired the-reason probably
to be soughtbeiug tho present im-
fortunate political feeling.
j Many of the music loving people
j of Honolulu had gathered though
and they greatly appreciated the
excellent programme which
was rendered. Professor
Berger who ' opened tho
concert with . his orches
tra playing "The Diadem" by
was as j Hermann deserve manyicbmpli
mentsfor the efficiency and ex-
cellent. playing of his or
; chestra which, only has been un
1 der his care and management for
a short while. There ar,e among
the players several who rank far
I above an ordinary and are verit-
! which nas secured her her uj"h
standing as" a singer. Her sister
! Miss Bose Alba sang Gounod's
"Buth Entreat we not to 'leave
1 thee" .and, Balfe's "Good !Night
Beloved" besides the beautiful
HkwaimBjsoBg "Like no a Like"
and w&S received with the same
f enthasitua as gr4ed Mies
ihe two artists show themselves
at their best- Their voices blend
beautifully and their technique is
simply ; perfect. Handel's duet
froni the Messia 'He shall feedhis
flock" aud Horn's 'tl know a
Bank ; were the bravura numbers
of ihe evening and it is only to
be regretted that it, at least for the
present , was the last time that these
great singers will be heard here.
Mr. Booth assisted Hho ladies
by singing, two songs which he
rendered in his usual pleasing
and elever manner and which
were duly recognized, by the
audience. Mr. S. L. Barsotti
showed himself as a virtuoso on
the piccolo playing Adam's solo
"Through the air" in a most ex
, cellent manner. Professor Berger
played the accompaniments in
his usual efficient style using a
piano of an excellent tone, which
the Hawaiian INews Company
kindly had provided for the
occasion. The Concert is the
last to be given here by the
Misses Albu, but we hope that
they have received 'sufficient
encouragement , notwithstanding
the difficulties under which we
labor so as to be willing to
return to our shores at somo
future date..i Their genial
manager Mr. M. L. N. Plunkett
wo trust is satisfied with the
result of his visit, and we cordi
ally invite him to "call
either with a opera troupe
some concert singers.
PACIFIC SALOON, ,
Corner King anil Nuuanu Streets.
EDW. WOLTEI1.... Manager.
-The Finest .selection of lilQUORSand
BEER, "sold anywhere in the town.
I rTirat-cIass attendence. Call and judge
for yourself. no SO-tf.
The Fish Pond of Maunalna on
this Island, is private property,
and any person found within the
limits of the pondtfor niiy purpose
will be prosecuted. , ?
': Bvlorderf ! YIT LEE.
This First-class Bathing Besort
has been enlarged and is now
open to tho public. It is the
best place on the islands to enjoy
a "bath and there is no better
place to lay off. Special accom
modations for .Ladies. Tramcars
pass the door every halthourand
on Saturdays and Sundays every
, G J: S.HEflWOOD,
The undersigned beg leave to
call the attention to a' large as
sortment of tasteful and elegant
Jewelry, suitable 'for "Chiistraas
Presents. , .
Hawaiian ,"Fiag Pins,
' f'- in different sizes.
If you want to buy an elegant
aad at the sam& time an inexpea
give ' ChrSeknas; PjraSant, call