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LOCAL NEWS. IVlliT THE WISE XEX StY. insurance Notices. . - i t j 'jstn i' i - : I i Steairsliips will leave for and srrve from SjuT Fr.mcisce, on the following datas, tHl the ctefo df 1593. LavrE BonolplcBit at Honolulu I tok Sax Fkanosoo.Fm. Sax Frasckco OmmqIo Sept. 25 Mioweru, for Vn- oenrur Oct. 2 An&traliu 0. 14 Ainntcbi SpL23 Australia 0t. 7 )anifl Oct. 17 31avrnt. from Van- Munovat Oct. 19 Warriuiuo, for Van couver Kuv. 1 Obiuu Nuv. G Australia. . , .Nv. 1 1 AUuietla Nov. 1G Miowera, for Van cwvt-r Oec 23 irriwa . . .Oct. 28 Australia Nov. 4 MutKnmi Nov 23 Warn moo, Iiom Vnn- ounver Nor. 23 Chmn Nov. 27 couver Dec. 2 Oceanic... C. D.-o. 4 X istr&lia Dec 9 Muripo&i. . . . Deo. 14 Wiirrinioo, for Van con ver ...,Jn. 1 City I'aking. . .Jan. 2 Australia Jn. C, WarrimiK), from Van couver.... Stjpt 2-'! Australia Drc 2 Aknteda Doe. 22 Miower, from Van couver Dec 23 Oeexuic Dec 26 Australia Dee. SO Warn moo, ftwiu Vrn couver Jen. 23 from the ntcr-ivoat, Arrivals. Btmr Janies Hakee, from Kauai. Stnir 11a waii, iroin Huvrnii. B( partures. R M S S JIarlposa, for San Fwnoisoo. Passengers. DETAHECRES. For San Fraucisco.pcrR M S S Mariposa. Sent 21 Dr. Craig, Mrs It Albrecht, J B Atucrtou, wife and daughter, F J Lowrey ami -wife, H F Wichmnn, Jus A Wilder, O von llamni, JnoDyer. Misses E lith nnd MandeAulil. Mrs Draper, Mr Castlen; 6 uteerege and 92 passengers in transit. Shipping Note3. The stmr James Makee brought as cargo: png r lepors for the P G and a blank note from Sheriff Deverill in regard to Koolau. The sch Mry Foster is sighted off Port but not as vet arrived s we go to press. Vessels in Port. U S S Adams, Nelson. USS Boston, Day. U S S Philadelphia, Parker. Br sch Norma, Yokohama. Am bk Alden Besse, Friis Sin Francisco. Am sch Alice Coke, Peuhall.iw, Pgt Sound Am bk Discovery, Christiauseu, S F. Br bk D ira, Peterson. Newcastle, N S W. Am bkt Ir'Mgard,Schmidt, Intysan Island. Am bkt W 11 Dimoud, Nelson, S F. Am bkt S G Wilder McNeill, S F. Am sh Topgallant, Jackson, P rtTownsend Am bk Detroit. Durrab, Nanaimo. Foreign Vessels Expected. vessels. where from. dnc. Anibk Harvester S F Hilo)..Aug 21 Am schr Uobt Lewers. .-.S F Ang 25 Br sh Co of Merioneth. .N S W Sept 14 Am bktn Planter... .s. .S F Sflpt IS Am bk Cevlon S F Sept 20 Jp ss Aikokn Marn Vokolianm. Sept 22 Uaw schr J G North ... .SF S t 23 G A ss arrtmmi uncouver. bent 2J Hawbk iulrew Welch.S F Sept 26 R M ss AUmrda S F Sept 2J Am schr Transit S F Sept 23 Am soar Alien A Jinrtka Oct l li M ss Mariposa S F Oct 11 0&ss Oceanic SF Oct 17 "USOrniser Charleston.. Oct Am bk Martha Davis. . ..Boston .... .Dec 20 The Supreme Court. "Wednesday, Sopt. 20. Tho Supremo Court sitting iu Banco, hoard the ease of the Ha waiian Suap Works vs. T. Raw lins vosterdny. The case was argued and submitted. Messrs. Hatch and Hnrhvell appear for tbo Hawaiian Soap Works and Mr. Cecil Brown for Mr. Rawlins. Thursday, Sept. 21. The Supremo Court was occu pied this morning ly hearing the case between tho Goverement and tho Hawaiian Tramways'Com pany. The case deals with the question .whether the car-licenses of the Tramways Company shallbo stamped or not. Tbo case was arguod and submitted. Attorney General Smith for the Govern taent, aud Hon. Paul Neumann for the Tramways Company. The schooner Mary Foster was 10 miles olf port at 12.50 o'clock. Tho Boston has changed the dny for its departure from the 27th to the 26th iust The Mariposa left this morn ing at 10 o'clock for San Fran cesco. The band played the steamer off. M. S. Levy will hold a great clearance sale next Saturdaj. Everything will bo sold, and the opportunities for good bargains are great. There were no arrests made to day as we go to press. The com munity is evident! getting well behaved since tho re-opening of the Holom.ua. Tho Board of Health held a meeting yesterday afternoon, at which M Me3rers the Agent for Molokai was present, and made sundry suggetions relating to the Leper Settlement. Mr. C. F. Horner arrived here, yesterday to attend the match race between Ins trotter Lot Slocura and Mr. Hollinger's Gerster for a thousand dollar purse, which will take place next Saturday. The-James Makee arrived from Kauai this morning with the lep ers who lately surrendered to the authorities. In spite of the promises of Sheriff Deverill to catch Koolau there wore no news yet in regard to him. It is gen erally believed that he is sung gly installed in K-ilalau valley. Another ball will be given to tho Boston officers at the Palace next Monday, by Honolulu "so ciety," as represented by the an nexation club. A meeting was held last night at the club rooms, and a number of committees ap pointed to attend to the affair. Subscription lists are boing cir culated to-day. Tho Ship's Company of the Boston has published a protest in the Advertiser against tho idi otic letter which appeared in the morning paper yesterda relating to the hoisting of tho Stars and Stripes. The Boston Company should have realized that tho absurd fake was manufactured in tho Advertiser's own offices. Mr. Bobt. Louis Stevenson is residing at Saus Souci. He-will remain hero till the 28th inst. and return to his Island homo by the Alameda. His health has not been verygood, and the fam ous novelist looks very poor. "We hopo that the bracing breeze at "Waikiki will have a beneficial influence on Mr. Stevenson, and that his flying trip to Hawaii will assist him in recovering his strength. District Court. "Wednesday; Sept. 20. Jack was fined 10 and So costs for using vulgar and profane lan guage. A Chinaman was fined ?50 and costs for having opium in possession. Thursday, Sept. 21. In tho District Court this morning, the Japanese who com mitted assault and battery on Mr. s Thomas Lucas, was found guilty, and fined $20 and costs. T,he Chinese assault from Pawaa case occupied tho rest of the dav. Auap!MfnMa3an;es Eussell Lowell J The monarchy wasn't so ba3 after all; If minded it's biz, and made the law feared; It treated its foes always fair without gall. To the poor and the people, was it ever en deared. But "Walter G, (Stellar) ismith. he Sez.UncleSam shan't restore the Monarches. 3Iy! Ain't it terrible 'ut shall we du! -We can't never restore it o'eburse, thaVs flat; Gues Uncle SamTl he-to come round (don't . yon)! And go in with missionaries, and guns, and all that; For Walter G. (Stellar) Smith, he . Sez, we shan't vote for the Monarchee. The Provisional G., is of drifile strait breed " It's grabbed all the power that give places aud pelf; ' But consistency still, wnz a part of its creed. It's been true to one party an' thet is itself So Walter G, -(Stellar) Smith, Le Sez Well always bo ruled by the Provis ional G. , ' The Provisional G., it goes in for war, It don't vally principle more'n an old end;' Wnt did God make us raytional creetnrsfer, Bnt glory an gunpowder, plnnderan'blood! So Walter G, (Stellar) Smith, Lo Sez, well always be ruled by the Provision al G. We were getting on nicely, out here to our village, With good old idees o wut's right an' wut ain't, We kind o' thought Christ went again war an pillagu An thet eppylets wan't the best mark of a 6aini; But Sereno E, Bishop, he S.'Z this kind o' thing's an' exploded idee. Tho side of our country must oilers be took, An' the Provisional G., yon know, it is our coantry. An' the angel thet writes 11 our sin in a book, Put the debit to it an' to us . the per contry, An Sereno E Bishop, ho - - Sez, this is his view o' the thirg to a T. Parson Davies, ne calls all these argi ments lies, Sez, they're nothing on airth bnt jest fee, fau, fuff ! An' thet all this big talk of our destinies. Is half on it ign'ance an't t'other half bluff, Bnt Walter G. (Stellar) Smith, he Sez, it aint no such thiug; an' of , course, go must we. Parson Daviessez, he never heard in his life, Thet tb' apostles rigged out -with cartridge and -gun. An' marched round behind a drum and fife, To get some on 'em office, an some on .'em none. But Nathaniel B. .Emerson, he Sez, they did't know anything down in Judee. WaL it's a marcy we've gut folks to tell us The rights and the wrongs of these matters I vow. t -, God sends pious lawyers an' other wise fel lers, - To start the world's team when .it gits in & slough, t" Fer the P. G. Advisory C. Sez, tho world 11 go right if it hollers out Gee! The Merry-Go-Round. "Wo learn, that the new steam Merry Go-Bound was sold yester day to Mr. Jos-ph A. Victor, for the sum of $3,200. The new pro prietor took possession to-d.y, the former proprietors having left by tne Mariposa for San Francisco. To judge from tho figure paid the Merry-Go-Bound, business - must be the only flourishing enterprise in Hawaii, and beats both Sugar, Guava Jelly, and Cycloramas. MARINE . INSURANCE, The "Undersigned is authorized to take farina Risks on : CBLrills, Carg - JFreiglats and: V. Commissions, afc Current" Rates in the following Companies, viz: Alliance-Assurance Fire Marina - Lotidcn Wilhelma.of Madgehurg Geji'l. Ins. Go. Sun Insurance Co., - - jSVwa FraiicisGO jr. s. w.at,ive:r, Agent for Hawaiian Islands E. B. THOMAS, Telephones Bell 351. Mutual 417. Contractor 'Estimates Oiven OF IGK t m iK BK All Kinds of Jobbing in the Building Trade, Attended to. KEEPS FOR SAXE Brick, Lime, Cemont, Iron Stone Pipe and Fittings, Old it New Corrugated Iron, Minton Tiles, Quarrj'' Tiles, assorted sizes and colors; California and Montoro' Sand, Granite Curbing and Blocks, etc.. . etc. ! Corner King cl Smith Sts. Office Hours, 8 to 12 M., 1 to 4 P. M. GR AND OPS NIKS OF THE New Furniture Store ! Robinson Block, Hotel St., oppo. Bethel St. FURNITURE, Upholstery and Cabinet Making OX HAND AS EXTENSrTE ASSORTMENT OF "Wicker Ware, .Anticme Oak Bedroom Suits, CMiYonieis, Sideboards, etc. Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc.j' MADE TO OKDEE. No Second Hand or Damaged Goods Kepi on HancL . ORDWAY & PORTER, Bobinson Block, Hotel St. , oppo. Bethel St pes, jSSSv Besidence : & Mutual 410. 254 P.O. B.-x 117. atd Builder on Kinds JIGS, AT V il Bill 1 1 -a. - - ?4 4m. mm ' " '"""