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Steamships will leave for and arrve from San Francisco, on the following dates, till the close of 1KB. Lure Honolulu Due at Ho.volclc' roE Sax FE.ufcisiro. Fjt. Sas Feocisco Oceanic Sept. 25 Alxnieda Sept. 23 Miowera, fur V.m-Australia Oct. 7 conver Oct. 2 Oceanic OcL 17 Australia Oct. ItiTioweru, from Vn- Monowju Oct. 19 couver Oct. 23 Wrriaoo, for Vaii-,Miiriitfsa .. .Oct, 26 c-inver Nov. I Australia Nov. 4 China Nov. G Munourni Nv 23 Australia.... N-iv. U Wnrrimoo, from Yau- ALtineda Nov. 16 conver Nor. 23 Miourem, for Van-Chi an Nov. 27 uuver Dec. 2 AuKtnilia Dec. 2 Oceanic D c. 4 Alameda Dec. 22 A "stralia Dec. 0 Miowera, from Vuu- Mariposi.... Dec. 14 conver Dec. 23 Wnmmoo, for Van-Oceanic Dec. 26 conver .....Jan. I Australia. ... Dec. 30 City Poking. . .Jan. 2 Wurrimoo, from Var Australia Jn. 6 conver Jan. 23 WarriniiKj, fr tin Van-' con ver.... Sept 23 Jrmn the SWntcr-ront. Arrivals. Wednesday, Spt. 27. Brit Snip Co. of Merioneth, from New Castle N S W. Haw bk Manna Ala, from San Francisco. Departures. Tcesdvy, Sept 26. US S Boston, Day. for Sin Francisco, at 1:30 p. m. 0 & 0 S S Oceanic, Smith, for San Fran cisco. Stmr Waialeale, Saiythe, for Lahaina and H&tuaknn. Stmr Iwalwi, F"-penian. for Knnai. Stmr Claudiue. Davis, for Mani. Stmr C R Bishop, Lo Claire, for Nawiliwili, Hanamiinln. Kilanca and Hanalfi. Am schr Alice Cooke, Fenhallow, for Fort Townsend. WedntHrtay. Sept. 27. Haw schr Araericann, Foster, for France. Shipping Notes. The ship County of .Merioneth brought a carco of coals from New Castle, N S W. The bark M inna Ala brings n snpply of hay, grain and feed, from San Francisco. Foreign Vessels Expected. This '.ist does not Include Steamers vessels. -where from. due. Am bk H wester S F (Uilo) . . Ang 21 Am schr Itoht Lowers... Aug 25 Haw whr J G North . . . .S F Sen 23 Hawbk Andrew Welch.S F Sept 26 Am schr Transit S F Sopt 23 Am schr Allen Enrefca Oct 1 US Cruiser Charleston.. Oct Am bk M irthn D ivis. ::.Bnston D c 20 Ger bk Nantilns Liverpool. .Dec 30 Vessels in Port. U S S Adams, Nelson. U S S B-wtoM, Day. XJ S S Philadelphia, Parker. Br sch Norma, Yokohama. Am sch Alice Cooke, Penhallnw, Pgt Sonnd Am bkDiscovpry, Christians n, S F. Br bk D ira, Peterson. Newcastle, N S W. Am bkt IriRnnLSchmidt, Laysan Island. Am bkt W H Dimond, Nelson, S F. Am bktSG Wilder. McNeill. S F. Am sh TopgalLint, Jaokson, P rt Townsend Am bk Detroit. I )arrah, Nanaimo. Am bk Planter, Dw. S F. Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun. S F. Jap S S Alfaokn Maru. Yokohama. Br sh Co of Merioneth S. N. W. Haw Bk Manna Ala S. F. The following passengers arrived and departed ysterd-iy: From Sin Francisco, per bkt Planter. Mrs. L L ia Pierre and eon, Mr Ahr Morris Sichel, E B Bny and C Hurrtkane. rom YVihima, per. S S Oceanic G C Leissie. T A Hard castle, K Ynnas. C ipt F D Walker and 116 Chinese steer -ge. passen gers. From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr MiKahalu. Volcano: S Shaw, C R Simpkins. From Kona, Kitu and L ihatna: Rt Rev Bishop of Honolulu, J Tosh, wife and children, Mrs S ITowlein, child and servant, Mrs Lincoln, Mrs D Hoolapa, Miss B Ilihi, Mrs J Miles, Miss A Hoapili, Mrs Lokala. For Maui and Hawaii, per stinr Claudiue J tforfc Oat, Hiss Helen Chamberlain, Mrs W D Alexander, ACockbnrn, Mr Bal lentiue, Mrs Sylva, Miss K Eng lish, Mrs J "W Kalna, S Morns, J E Blioades, L Asea, V V Ash ford. C F Homer and wife, Mrs J3 Norrie, Miss Helen Parker. "After the Boston Ball" Notes. It is said, that a game of poker r-.-is curried on in the Attorney General's offices daring the eve- nlDg That the raenaegrie surgeon with -the -rank -of - Cnptaiu was showiug offhisd uniform. That the question was asked who "sus pended him to his sword. That the Commander-in-chief-with-the rank of Colonel and stiff prep red'theniselves on the front verandah to receive the Admiral. That when the admiral arrived they stood looking perfectly jtghast. with their hands tremb-: ling af their sides, and allowed him to find his way in as best he conld. That chickens walked off very lively from th supper tabled. That the army officers in full rt-g lia were stpeing royalty to their hearts content. That sifted down there were about one hundred society people present. That the bands were caged in by flags. That the m ikai Waikiki corner verandah room was not lighted up. That guests from four years of og and upwards occupied apart of the front verandah. That notwHisluiidtng the Stnr's assertion, cigirs ami cigarettes w-r permissible the entire even ing That it was a noticeable fact that the Mohican and Alliance ribbons did nut appear among the (Miuinenltrd upn by some of those present That hoodlums occupied the v randah'on the tVuitciki side of toe. building. That tubs wer placed on the bick verandah for' those guests vh wished to wash their hands. Tnatsomeof them needed it.. That access to the menagerie was prevented by the placing of guaids at the head of" the base ment stairs leading to the ball way. That the breaking of several dishes w.is the cause of a meet ing of the aid-de-camp and others of the waiter corps. That the npstairs verandahs were the lovers retreat. That some of the apartments needed a thorough washiugyester day morning. That the Royalists who were invited showed 'their good sense hy staying away. The dresses of several ladies who did not attend the ball was desenbed-i:! detail by the imagi j native reporter of the Star. That politics was not to inter fere at all with the issuing of invitations. That it did. That. "Papa;" saia a little girl when walking into the Palace yarcl the other evening, "what is that step Jadder left standing against the Palace forf' Papa. That is not jsl step ladder my child, it isr tte .'profile of the 1 doctor." That several royalists-did not receive invitations. That the Captain of the Boston was not present- at the ball. That "the supper" has been garnisheed. That annexation's papa wished that "he 'uda'tgone!" The Stir describes Mrs. S. 31. anion as beiug dressed in a heavy erenm silk; lace trimming; ornaments, diamonds; a London creation. Who or which of all that, may we ask, was a London creation. That the usual "royal1' quad rille was naturally omitted at the ball. The public woold like to know who the prominent citizen was who had the honor of being the vis a-.vis to Mrs. S. B. Dole -in the "presedential" quadrille. LOCAL NEWS. The Bishop of Honoluln return ed to Honolulu, by the Mikahala 3resterday afternoon. Wo hear that Mr. TV. G. Smith,. the editor of the Star and family intend to proceed to New York with in a month or two. Mr. 0. F. Horner, left last night by the Glaudine for Maui. His pirting words were: "No more horse-racing for me." "We don't believe it though. "We .understand that an investi gation is being held by the Amercan Admiral in regard to the coal-pile, belonging" to the U. S. Navy in Honolulu. Some startling disclosures are "pro raised. The Healanis seem to bo the favorites. Two to one was offered and taken on them ag-iinst the Myrtles by two local sports yes terday. This ought not to be a criterion though for the result of the race. Some Nunanu Street residents complain, because their water pipes were shut off last Monday night. Their claimis that the rea son was that the '"ball" needed all the water to keep the electric light Burning. CORRSPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions or the utterances of our correspondents. Editor Holomua: The matter of the water supply for Honolulu is a very serious question yet this government does not seem to realize it. A large appropriation for the n-e of the Bureau of water-works was passed by the last legislature; where is that money, is it not available? Gov ernment bonds are so readily disposed of, cannot more be sold so as to raise funds enongb to do something in that direction? There seems to be no hesitancy about expending thousands of dollars on a superfluous and use less military force. During the incumbencies of Merssrs 0. B. Wilson and J. C. White this community was never put in such a strait for a supply of water as it is at the present time, still' they had lengthy dry spells to contend with. The fact is the former incumbents attended strictly and thoroughly to their duties. "Waxes. Profioaal Jealaasy. Chapiic "Did yon ever go to setenade your "girl?" Wtyijie. "No; her father's dog doesn't appreciate. He wants to do all the howling himself." Jutlge. dr. Mclennan, 131 Fort Street Ofice Hours: 9 A.M. to 12 M.: 3 to 5 P.M. Office Tel. GJ2-jIcnuiKesideuce TeL 2S7 j Criterion Saloon PFR AUSTRALIA, another Invoice of the celebrated JOHN WEILAND EXTRA PALE LAGER Also, a Fresh Invoice of California Oysters -FOR- OYSTER COCKTAILS L. 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