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. Foreign Hail Service.
Steanuhipa will leave for and arr?ve from San. Frandyeo, on the foUosrfng dat, till the close of 1S38. Leavz Honolclo-Due at Hosolclc voe Six Ffcuasco.:FM. Sxs Feaxctoj Oceanic Sfpt. 25 Alameda Sept. 23 ilievrtrx, lor an- Au-itralui Oct.! couver Ost, 2 Oceanic Oct. 17 Australia Oct. UMMrera. from Vaa- Mono-arii Oct. 19 owrtr Oct. 23 Warn moo, for Van- Mariposa Oct. 28 convex..... Nor. lAustraba Nov. 4 China Nov. fr'Monowai Not. 23 Australia. .. .Nov. lUWanimoo, from Van- juowera, jor tiu-tmm .ov. . V - oouver DecAugUaUa Dec 2 Oceanic Dec. 4 Alameda Dec 22 A istralia. .... Dec 9 Miovera, from Van- Maripoa. . . . Dec. 14 convex .... .Dec. 23 Wurnmoo, for Van-Oceanic Dec. 20 conrer Jan. 1 Australia.... Dec 30 Gity Peking. . .Jan. 2 Wnrrinioo, from Van Anstrali Jan. S conrer Jan. 23 Warn moo, from Van-s couver Sept f Jrom tlw atcr-Jront. Arrivals. Tuesday-, Oct. 10. Stair Clandine, Maai. Davis, from Hawaii and Departures. MONDAT, Oct. 9. Br bit Darra, Peterson, for Port Townsend Tuesday, Oct. 10. Am bk S G Wilder, McNelL for San Fran Stmr Waialeale, Smythe, for Lahaiua and cisco. liamakua. Stmr Mikahala, Chauey. for Maui and Ha waii. Stmr Waialeale. for Waianae. Vessels Leaving To-day. SttnrMokolti, McGregor, forMolokni.Lanai and Maui, at 5 p in. Stair Hawaii, for Molokai and Maui. Vessels in Port. U S S Adams, Nelson. U S S Philadslpbia, Parker. Haw Bk Andrew, Welch. Ger Bk J. C. Pllnger. Br sch Nortna, Yokohama. Br bk Dara. Peterson. Newcastle. X S W. Am bkt S G Wilder. McNeill, S F. Am sb Topgallant, Jackson, Port Townsend Am ok ieiroii, uaiTaii, -miuihuio. Am hk Ceylon. Calhoun, S F. Br sh Co of Merioneth S. N. W. Haw Bk Manna Ala S. F. Ger bk Paul Iseuborg, Bret, Liverpool. Foreign Vessels Expected. This List does not Inclnde Steamers vessels. where from. dne. Ambk Harvester S F (Hilo)..Ang 21 Am schr Kobt Lowers. ..S r Aug Am schr Transit S F. ...... .Sept 23 Am shr Aloha SF Oct 5 Haw bk K P Kithet SF Oct Am bkSN Castle SF Am bctue W G Irwiu. ..SF Atn schr Glendale. . . .Eureka. ..... .Oct 23 Ata schr Allen A tnrtka uct l US Cruiser Charleston.. Oct Am bk Martha Davis... .Boston Dec 20 Ger bk Nautilus Liverpool. .Deo 30 Br schr Villata Liverpool Jan 10 The Yacht Valkyrie has a Trial Spin. New Yobk, September 2S. . Tho loug-looked-for trial spin of tho Valkyrio took place to-day, and for tho first time since she roachod American waters yachts men had a chanco to guago tho speed of Lord Dunraven's cutter; aud while tho wind was light aud variable, the general con- sehsus of opinion seemed to bo tuat tne aiKvno win prove a daugorous customer in winds. light As far as could be seen sho is not in it with the Vigilant ou drifting, and while this particu lar branch of sailing is not likely to cut much of a figure in an out side race, still it may prove a factor in a light wind. Apparently no attempt was made to speed tho Valkyrie at any time during tho day. Lot she got a good capful during some of the puffed and seemed to get a great move on her when ever her helmsman let her jiavo a cliitnce, which 'was uot of tea. The only Band The Hawaiian National Band, under the leadership of Professor J. Libornio. will give a concert this J evening at the Hawaiian Hotel Following ia the programme: TAET I. March The High School Cadets," .SOU S3 2. Overture "Said Pasha" aevf Stahl 3. Polka "Bidevittloornet solo). .Fredae 4. Selection "Hraraiian Songs for re- qnestj.... .....Laoomio Three Hawaiian Songs. FART II. o. j-iuei "jianna (nesri iiowvr 6. Wait "Promenaile" (new) Gnngl 4. iiarorfca "line tnencP (new).... ..Bald-win S. March "Distant Greeting Dering "Hawaii Ponoi." A sailor belonging fo tho bark Tooaallaut. now anchored in the stream, jumped overboard from tho vessel und swam to the old Custom House wharf. On reach ing tho shore he was met by Patterson of the harbor police and escorted to the station house, where he was locked up on a charge of drunkenness. NARK01T ESCAPE OF IX AEROMUT AXD HIS COMPANION. New York, September 24. Had Captain Emile Carton, tho French Aeronaut opened his bal loon valve five minutes later than ho did Satnrdav nicht he aud Mile. Juliette Rode would have been lost in the Atlantic. The Captain had a benefit as- ceusion at Lion Park night before last. About five hundred friends assembled to seo uim on on a nocturnal ascension. Mile Rode, who accompanied him ou tho ascension a lew weeks oetore, again petitioned for passage and the Captain could not refuse. Tho Captain took three sacks of sand, hundred and fifty pounds in all. A chorus of girls sang as the great gas bag mounted sky ward and started on, The start was made at 10:15, just as tho moou began to break through tho clouds. Five minutes later the voyagers were floating 2,000 feet above Blackwell's island. At U:dU Liong island uity was far beneath their feet; by 10:30 thov were 3,300 feet Inch and had risen into another air cur rent, which swept them swiftly to tho southward. At 10:50 they touched tho highest point of the voyage, 3,000 feet, and at 11 the Atlantic ocean showed tho glint of its wavos. At 11:15 he saw something through a rift in the flying vapor which mado him pull tho valve cord with all his might. It was a dark coast line with moonlit waves bevond, and he recognized that the aerial current was trvincr to start him Europe-wards. sJixx just three minutes the bal loon dropped 2000 feet, and yet it hit the ground quietly, because the captain threw over board all the remaining ballast just before the impatient TJranie that's tho name of the balloon touched ground at 11:20. The basket sunk several inches in marshy sand and the aeronauts found themselves on a little isl and hardlv two acres in extent right on the edge of the ocean. and there they stayed the rest of the night retreating from the ris ing tido to the center of the island and speculating upon the chances of beiag submerged be- fore help carae. They then watch- - - ? ' . - . for the coming of dawn and shonted for help with all their might. Their cries were answer ed from the shore, but no one came to their rescue until S r 11 ii - r 1 xl . life-saving station sent off a boat, f and they fonud thai they had landed on Lawrence beach, just beyond Far Rockavay and 200 vards from shore. At 3 p. ra. the aeronauts dined with a summer cottager, and at 4:45 tbev took the train back to tho citv. Sarcd the Uotv. Calcutta, September 26. A relicions riot -which mav have serious consequences ocurrecl here to-day. A number of Hin doos espied a- cow being led to the butcher's. Thisbeingoffensive to their religious ideas tho Hin doos siezed the cow and a lively row followed. Europeans took the part of the cow and its lead ers and tho Hindoos were rein forced by nianv of their sym pathizers. Finally, when a des perate riot was brewing, an in fluential Mohammedan and Hin doo, Jemadar, succeeded in pacifying the crowd aud even tually funds were raised b the Hindoos for tho purchase of tho animal, which was led away. The Englishmen hero regard the apparently trivial incident as most significant and likely to have crave results. Fast Trotting in Californi: San Jose, September 2S. The fourth day of tho San Joso fair was marked by the fastest mile over trotted over the San J ose track in a race. The milo was made by Edonia in the 2:16 trotting race, and tho time was 2:13i. Edenia now holds the Califor nia race record for a mare. She was imported to California about four years ago by tho la to J. TV. Robinson of Los Angeles. She is by Endymion and has consider able knee action. Edenia was purchased by Andy McDowell about a year a so. Sho showed up in grand form in the spring, but went back after tho circuit opened. At Sacramento Edenia showed improved form, and the speedy chestnut filly should trot in 2:10 over tho kite-shaped track. Edenia's time has only been beateu four times in a raco in this State. Loss of a Russian Crniscr. St. Petersburg, September 24 Fragments of woodwork, boats and other wreckage hava floated ashore in. the Gulf of Finland, showing that tho Russian war- ship Pousalka, with ten officers and 150 seamen, has foundered and that all hands have been lost. Tho Pousalka sailed from Revel, in the Gulf of Finland, for Helingsport in tho same gulf, and has not been heard from since. Tho Pousalka had 4J inches of armor, carried four nine-inch guns, was of 2$0Q tons displacement and had 736 indica ted horse-power. She was buil In 1S67. The body of a sailor supposed to have belonged to the cruiser's crew, has been washed ashore. It is known iha severe gales swept over those waters soon after the vessel left port-- There is no doubt, so tho I admiralty state, that tho Pou salba. has foundered ed New Toes, September 29. Tho j Taikyrie was given another spin down the bay to-day. The ele ments were favorable, and the racer fairly flew through the , water. It seems very probable from this trial that she ean beat the Vigilant before the wind. but if she can bore into the wind with the Yigilani she will have j to point hicher than she did to-dav. She Isn't that a lovely sun set? He Tes, it is. It reminds mo of some I have ptinted mysalf. Life. Miss Fumour Alv brother is passionately fond of his cigar. I believe ho will smoke in heaven. His Friend Oh, there is no doubt that he will smoke in tho hereafter. Music und Dntmn. ni ! Toung Wife (in tears) Boo- nooi J. 11 cet a atvnrce (uoo noo hat I will. Her Mother TVhat has the brute done now? Young TVifo He gave me a check for 550, and (boo-hoo!) ho laughed when he gave it to me. and (boo-hoo!) when I got to the bank (boorhoo!) they stid they couldn't cash ifr for ninety days (boo-hoo-hooO.-Viujt? ' Poor Edith noversmiles now; TVhat can have happened to her? Some awful disappointment Can she have lost a wooer? - - Poor Edith never smiles now; Why is her life joy dulled Whose once was always smiling? She's had a front-tooth pulled. Judge. SANS SOUCI HOTEL WAIKIK1, HONOLULU. Fiist-Class Accommodation for Tourists and Island Guests. SUPERIOR BATHING FACILITIES, Private Cottages for Families. T. A. SIMPSON, Manager. oct9 W. S. LUCE "Wine and Spirit Merchant Campbell Fin-proof Block, MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU HO YEN KEE & CO,, Tinsmiths and dealers in Crock ery ware, Glassware, etc. Water Pipes Laid and Repaired, Pisabias Neiij Esecsted. No. 41 Nnuann St, between King and Hotel Streets, Aseu Building. L. H. DEE, Jobber of Wines, Spirits anil km I-IOTEJO ST., Between Fort and Belhol Streets. ! Anchor Saloon, SOUTHEAST Corner of King & Nuuanu Sis. THE Finest Brands OF Wines & Liquors HOT LUNCH DAILY From 11:30 turn, to 1:30 p.m. TV. l. CUNNINGHAM, Manager. !UST ARRIVED, laby Carnages OF ALL STYLES, Carpets, Rugs, Mats IN THE LATEST PATTERNS. HOUSEHOLD Sewing Machines Hand Sewe;g Machines, E5TA11 With the Latest Improveiaectii"! PARLOR Organs, G-uitars, And Other Musical Instrument. Vines, Liquors, Beer ALWAYS ON HAND, AND FOP. SALE BY ED. HOFTSCHLiEGEB k CO. King SU. oppo, Cavtle k Cooke'-. Long Branch BATHING Establishment. This First-class Bathing Resort has been enlarged and is ncrr open to the public It is best place on the islands to enjoy a bath and there is no betirr place to lay otX Special accom modations for Ladies. Tram car; pass tho door every half boarasd on Saturdays and Sundays overj fifteen tainnies- JAMES SHERWOQB, Proprietor.