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Steamships will leave for and arrive irom San Francisco, on the following dates, till the close of 1S93. Leave HosolcutJDce at Hokolulxt foe. San Fbancisco.Fm. San Fbanceco Oceanic Sept. 25. Alameda Sept. 28 MioTcera, for Yan-iAnstralia Oct. 7 couver Oct 2 Oceanic Oct. 17 Australia...,. Oct. 14 Miowera, from Yan- Monowai Oct. 19 couver Oct. 23 Warrimoo, for Yan-'3Iarinosa Oct. 2S couver Nov. Australia Nov. 4 China Nov. 6 Monowai Nov. 23 Australia. . . .Nov. 11 Warrimoo, from Yan Alameda Nov. 16! couver..... Nov. 23 Miowera. for Tan-1 China Nov.: couver Dec. 21 Australia Dec 2 Oceanic Dc. 4'Alameda Dec. 22 Aistralia Dec. D'Miowera, from Van- Manoosa Dec. 14' couver Dec. 'IS Wammoo, for Van-iOceanic Dec. 25 couver Jan. J Australia. ... Dec. 30 City Peking.. .Jan. 2 Warrimoo, from Yan- Austraha Jan. 0' couver Jan. ! Warrimoo, from Yan-j couver. .. .Sept 23' gmw the Watcront, Arrivals. Saturday, Sept. 30. Stmr Kir in, Clarice, from Maui and Hawaii. Stmr MorolH, JlcGregor, from Molokai Bk Paul Isenberg, from Liverpool. Foreign Vessels Expected. This List does not Include Steamers vessels. where from. due- Am bk Harvester S F (Hilo). . Anc 21 Am schrEobt Levers... SF Auk 25 Haw schr J G North. . . .S F Sept '23 Haw bk Andrew Welch.S F SepfJi Am schr Transit S F Sept 28 Am schr Allen A Eureka Uct l US Cruiser Charleston.. Oct Am bk Martha Davis. ...Boston Dec 20 Ger bk Nautilus Liverpool.. Dec 30 Vessels in Port. TJ S S Adams, Nelson. U S S Boston, Day. U S S Philadelphia, Parker. Br sch Norma, Yokohama. Am sch Alice Cooke, Penhallow. Pgt Sound A V T T? ri ' i - r t. ' nut uk discovery, lyonsuausen, o r . Br bk Dara. Peterson, Newcastle, NSW. Am bkt IrmganLSchmidt, Laysan .Island. Am bkt W H Dimond, Nelson, S F. Am sh Topgallant, Jackson, PjrtTownsend Am us Detroit, uarran, JNanaimo. Am bk Planter, Dow, S F. Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, S F. Jap S S Aikoku Maru, Yokohama. Br sh Co of Merioneth S.-N. W-. Haw Bk MaunaAlaS.F. "Band" Concert. "Weather permitting Professor Berger and his band will give a concert at Emma ISqnare thiB afternoon at 4:30- o'clock. The following pieces will be render ed: 1 'March "A Day in Vienna" SchDd 2 Orerlare "StonpCitr" Ferrazi 3 Waltz "Tout Park" . . Waldtenfel i Selection 'MrJHialBeTiw"....Biviero 6 Mazarka "Nana" Corsceio 6 Galop 531 , Coreggio-1 Hawaii l'onoi. - .w : A -Romance. Since.the Boston left there are no more excursions to lake Wa- terhonse, no more standing on the bridge at midnight. Poor fellows! they could :not be trans- farred to the Philadelphia. Poor sohoolmarma! they will - have to, wait for new fellows and new opportunities. Oh how romantic was the love-making on thaliash-. ing waters WyaiWrbed by ih;e common herd Rushing, by, and obliffiBft her to Rash 'away froml hax- tnrTar lirasMr.bTrttrrrr. Thm msns is over, the ni?sffamani is broken, and sot is Lady .Jennet te come Philadelphia, Rush to the rscue, and he&l the open wound. Paatensera from Hawau and Maui, pttr ataamer K!inau 'this norning, aratjbllows: Dr. Sharp, Dr. Bilbty, W. T. Brigham, J. If. Dividson, -Mm-Saaaa Clarke, F. S. Lyman, , T. Yotoaokv. Mr. , Xahilawal "Ah Wah; W. A. Wall, Mrs. L. Aea, Dewwtt, John Cmife: Uwitz, H. WarrWrrhaas, " Mr.4 Akaaatt, Mjap 'Akaaav.: - In Bis True Colors, cmsF justice judd Writes a Letter. TEE TEOY BUDGET PUBLISHES IT THE CHIEF JUSTICE AS A POLITICIAN The following letter from Chief Justice Judd which appears in the Troy Budqet finallv shows that gentleman in his true light It has heretofore been a puzzle, where he stood in the present disturbed state of affairs, and he has so far successfully avoided coming out openly. "We need no commentonhis letter, but shall re strain ourselves to remarking that he ought to be complimented for using official letterheads paid for by tne tax payers- even when he attends to his private corres pondence from Kualoa: Department of the Judioiaky, Kualoa, H I. Anc. 8, 1893. Colonel C. L. Mac Arthur Dear Colonel: I am taking a rest of a few weeks, at a country seat some twenty miles from Ho nolulu, beyond the pali, and while here have xead the file of the Troy Budget you so kindly sent to me. I have enjoyed their reading so much that I am im polled to write you to express my thanks and appreciation of the favor. The Budget is evidently a live paper, sound apparently on all-important questions, and is not fillednp with the murders and crimes wnicn occur all over the United States, and which so many readers gloat over. I especially enjoyed' your racy let ters on Hawaiian affairs. With -a few unimportant mistakes, due undoubtedly to erroneous miorm - ation, your letters are very cor reonoc omy ra ineir uescrip- I . ' m -m . tions of Hawaiian scenery trat in the estimate you place upon. our political importance to tne united fi a 1 3 owtea anayqur giagnosisiQi our situation. I hopoordhoff.and .nui.u.u.. """" harm, xou saw and - became .nnTi.m rai i .wir.ntfrna.Yuiranna.wnn - L 3 At 1 - xti?-tit " y-i- - - o n wew pronenHn'the movement to-rid these islands of the. -in- cubus of monarchy, and favored annexation to the United States in order to give us stability of government and, thus invito and reUin capital here to develop pur vet untoucnea resources, xou fonrdihem,,.! thinlcJ;j bbe men t who ward honest, sincere and patriotic, noseeking their own ! but ,tha ,;welfa"re.,of the entire community. - JNordhott icnew ns equally wellbut to carry , ont his preconceived bppositidn to annexation, distorted .everything toor disadvantage. . ; 1 - ConcrSSS 'Bit vesterdav. I lani extra m el v anxious ihat the silver menaea bedispog .of summarily without compromise or contuuoiia..arKL wac inen ise Comgreas give some consider atioa to littla Hawaii. Havawe not BeVn in suspense long alfairs im btftJlu4haa they have been la for away loag years. Im iaa,6da 4l? toFiidi of the TJnitad SkUe will raaiora aan 1 Wiayiira I aw 1 -but ninui ernat has rmt Hawaiian that lie has no such design, many timidsouls, especially among the Hawniians, fear to favor annex ation, lest is fail, the Qneen be fetS1 "beautiful place, Kualoa, with Mrs. Judd and seven of my child- ren, my two eldest sons naving recently gone East to enter Tale University. ' Yours sincerely, - A. P. Judd. LOCAL NEWS. The P.-G. Band plays this afternoon' atJJDnmia-Square. The annexationists did not receive much encouragement by yesterday's mail. Judge Davidson and- niece re tnrned by the Kinau this morning after a visit to the Volcano. The grand clearance sale at M. S. Levy's store will- be con? tinned to-day. Smyrna rugs and table-covers are a speciality. By the Kinau we learn that Mr. T. W. Everett is still seriously ill, although there has been someslight improvement inbis condition. Mr. A. Hookings. has been ap pointed, Deputy Sheriff.of Maka- wao in. the place of L; A. Andrews appointed on the Honolulu Judge Davidson reports the Volcano very active and brilliant and the weatherpleasant although it was raining during the last pewdaysoLh&visifcto the-wood- erot'tiie world Prince David Kawananakoa is expected to return to town to-mor row after a protracted visit to Kauai. The Prince has been, suf fering from ill health for some time but has now fully recovered The first of a series of receri I A. tions to bo Jwlct-on board of the tt ,t? r PkflirftlnH? will fat lace thisfternbon.1- Invitations I ha. bea igsmM the Admiral: Capain 0ffiers to tneir friends on shore. i m. ... There will be a nwmiHcnons decapitation of tiseless 'specials" to-day in the police department Look ont now-for the wailing and gnashing of teeth among the faith ful and the amount of cusswords to be wasted against the P. G. The conspicuous" absence of the Hawaiian Minister. and the P. Cr., special commissioner from Washington. duriB.tlie past few" UlUaUiB, UB gir HOT M - WI - ilJ L J-iZ. xt-i .-- have practically abaBbnea the" One,; of ih ;t46t and -highest fisgs talis ever imported here was landed fxc:the.fi?ic Cooke. The I asgsuff which iel3 feet aboTt oasd aBdrIM:blowm the property .of Mrr W f G Irwin and will be erected t his palatial zeaMfWJKSKif " " j 1 Mr. T. U. Skaoawillaalw-Jtfia OMsagaaaact &to-Biocrow,Qf the I fktpJtfciy-BaiiwSaa,). &t Waildki. . -We are coavindad that Mr. Siataowl yrpva hia mimtim t&,pmo- I datiar MH H4JMI -Mm-& jaa- CHAS. GIEDLEK, Importer and Commission Merchant. SPECIALTIES: . J. & P. Coats' Machine Thread Jonas Brocks' Machine Thread JJarbonr'S Linen Thread Pears Soap O. Box 35S. Mutnal Telephone 356 13 Kaahnmann Street. CHEAP FUEL Fresh. Alsero'ba Firewood - $9.00 per Cord Delivered. JNO. E. GOLBUEN & GO. W. S. LUCE Wine and Spirit Merchant Campbell Fire-proof Block, MERCHANT ST. HONOLULU LEWIS & Co., Wholesale and Retail Grocers PROVISION DEALERS. FRESH CALIFORNIA SALMON ON ICE By Every San Francisco Steamer. Salt Salmon in. Barrels A SPECTALTr.c Tsr Port S.t Honolulu. Tel. 240, P. O. Box 2p7- NATIONAL IRON WORKS, . Queen .Street, Between Alakea & Richard Sts. THE UNDERSIGNED make all kinds of are prepared to Iron Brass, Bronze, Zinc, Tin and Lead Castings., . Also a General Repair Shop. for Steam Engines, Bice Mills, Corn Mills, Water, Wheels, Wind Mills, etc. MacMnes for the Cleaning of Coffee, Castor Oils, Beans, Ramie, Sisal, Pineapple Leaves & other Fibrous Plants, And Paper Stock. Also Machines for Extracting Starch from the-Manioc, Arrow-Boot, etc. " tST All Orders promptly, attended to. WHITE, iITMAN tt CO. Long Branch BATHING Establishment. t Thisd?irst-class Bathing Resort as been enlarged and is now open to the public. It is the best place on the islands to enjoy a ath and ihera is no better place to lay off. Special accom modatiphs for Ladiee Tram cars, pass thTe doohaHiour antf on Saturdays and Sundays every fifteen minutes. JMES SHERWOOD T - Proprietor. , Thzo. P. Srvrsix. m A.W.Botsxni, HAWAIIAN GALLERY, 467 Ncuasc Stkiet, 'Ho!f olcxc, (Oppo. Qoeea Snu Hall. Vievs pf-tHe.Xsland7 CoBsStttly oaHasd, aadi m jlr- - Natives Makag Poi. OassHosaee Halah&la Dama x CoaotG?BTi StzeetTimasd HaihM Stjk SO- riMi-nr. sum ma mm utctw ' : War Veseefa, STBffiog vt& 1 v MarkeTkws. iailitMKTimsnha IiVaflir Oux waato& or Iwiitat Wck giMtel. P.O. Sex f. L. H. IDEE. Jobber of HOTEL ST., Between Port and Bethel Streets. Anchor Saloon, SOUTHEAST Corner of King & Nuuanu Sts. THE Finest Brands OF Wines & Liquors HOT LUNCH DAILY From 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Jr. CUNNINGHAM? Manager. JUST ARRIVED; Baby Carriages OF ALL STYLES, Carpets, Bugs, Mats IN THE LATEST PATTERNS. it HOUSEHOLD Sewing Machines Hand Sewing 3f AGHCiESi IAll With the Latest Improvements"!!. PARLOR Organs, Gruitars, And Other Musical Instrument.' Wines, Liquors, Beer ALWAYS ON BAND, AND : FOB-SALE BY ED. H9FF8GHUE6ER I 00. King St.. oppo. Castle & Cooke's. HO YEN KEE.ct -CO,,-Tinsmiths and dealers in Croct- ery-ware,Glas6wareretc Water Pipes Laid and Repaired, Plumbing Neatlj Executed. No. 41 Nuuanu Sii, between King and Hotel Streets, Asoa Building. WING WO A CO., 1MannfactureTSJ and Dealers in 1 Ladies', Gents' & Children's No. 35, iff Honolulu, Nuuanu StreetfHPvO 3x I9 Boots and Shoes made toiorder. - in Beat Style, ,t .Wholasak - and ReUiLPrice. WINCr W0 TAI k Ct., No-2U Xa Sbt, COMMISSION" MERCHANTS, GEN1! MERCHANDISE. Fine'Maaila Cigars, Ck'tMse tcA Japanese fCroak!ryirara jMattiags, Yases of all E3 CaMpaorwoc- Trwi3i Raitaa-Chair, a Fia AsorWeat'of Dtwps lks, Bt Brands of Ckiaese and Japanaee Twof'I Ia. Lupaciion .of -..kodsE specialty Soliotled;" . Mataal Tat 36rP. O. Boxlia fines, Spite and m f i. w -