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Foreign Mbil Service.
Steamships -will leave for and arrive
from Sin Frodcor on the following
dales, till the ciose of 1593.
"Leave Hosolcit Thru si Ho$oin.r
tob Sax FJuscjsco.Fjr. San Frascxko
Oceanic Sept. 2." Alameda Sept. 25
MioTrcn, for Van-jAnstralia Oct. 7
roarer Oct. 2 Oceanic Oct. 57
Australia Oct. It iIton-m. from Ysn-
Mccoirii .Oct. 19 coaTtr Oct. 23
Wsrrisjoo, for Vaa-MitrincHa.....Oct. 2t
conver Nor. 1 Australia Not. 4
Cliina . Nov. 6 Moaovai Not. 23
Australia. . . .Nov. 1 l'Warrimoo, from Yan-
Aluaeda .Not. 18' coo ver Nov. 23
MicsrertL, for Yan-China Nov. 27
couTer Dc-'2 AcstralU . . . . Dec. 2
Oceanic Dec 4 Aliased Dec 22
An s trail Dec. Oiiliovrerx. from Yan-
Maripo&v . . . Dec 14? cuaver. . . . J)ec 23
Warn moo, for Yan-0anic De.2G
coover Jan. 1 Australia. . . . Dec SO
City Pairing. . . Jan. 2 Warriiaoo, from Yao-
Australia Jan. (5 ooaver Jan. 23
VTarrimoo, from Van-
Jroiu the Water-Jrout
Sunday, Oct. 22.
Star Hawaii, Cameron, from awaii.
Stmr. I walnut, Freeman, from liana.
Stmr Clandiue, Davis, from M.inj.
Am brgt W O Irwin, Nelson, 15 days from
Monday, Oct 23.
Stmr Miike Mam, from Yokohama.
Monday, Oct. 23.
Stmr J A Cummins, Netlson, for Koolau.
Vessels Leaving To-day.
Stmr Mokolii. McGregor, forMolokai,Lanai
and Maul, at 5 p in.
Vessels in Port.
U S S Adams, Nelson.
OSS Philadelphia. Parker.
Haw Bk Andrew, Welch.
Gcr Bk J. C. PfluRer.
Br sch Norma. Yokohama.
Br bk Co ot Merioneth S. N. W.
Am bk S N Castl. Hubbard S F.
Am sch Transit, Jobgenseu, S F.
Ara sch Bobert Lejro.-s, Goodman, P T.
Am Bch Aloha, Dubel, S. F.
Am sch Eva, Klitgaard, Eureka.
Nor bk BeacousGeld, Bastianson,
Castle, N S V.
Haw bk B P Bithet, Morrison, S F.
Ara bgt W G Irwin, Nelson. S F.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
fThis List doe not Include Steamers
vessels. where from. due.
Am bk Harvester S F(Hilo)..AnB 21
Am schrGIendale-.... Eureka ..Oct 25
Am sehr Allen A Eu reka ... ..Oct 1
Am bk Martha Davis.. ..Boston... ..Deo 20
Gerbk Nautilus Liverpool.. Dec 30
Br schrYiilata .Liverpool.... .Jan 10
Am sch Anna S F (Kah) Oct 23
AmbkSCAlVn SF Oct
Ara brgt Consuelo S F (Kah).. . .Oct 30
Ata brctlmrliuo S F (Utlo) Oct 31
Am bk Klikitat..Fort Townsend . .Nov 16
Am brgt J D Spreckels. .SP Oct 20
Yacht Tolna S F Oct 20
M ILckfeld (sld Sept 25J .L'pool. Jec 25-31
The P. G. band gives ft concert
at Emma Squaro this evening.
The steamers Kinau, Clandine
Iwalani, Kaala, "Waialealo ant:
Jas. Makee leave for their respec
tive ports to-morrow.
Tho bark "H. P. .Bitbet,
"brought tho following passengers
from San Francisco. Mrs. E. F.
Hoffmann and sou, Mr. "Wood
and wife, Miss Wood and 1 Jap
Tho following persons from
the other islands arrived in tho
From Maui, Miss E. K. Corn
well, TV. H. Goruwell, "W. Ton
Graevemover, MissM. Beckwith,
Mrs. S. H. Dowsett, Eev. J.
Okabe. Father Matthias, Mow
Ckin and wife, and 21 on deck.
From Kauai, -Dr. Sharpe
Prof. Libbey, F. S. Sobr, C.
Berlowitx, E. J. G. Bryant, H.
Halbert, C. H. Willis, A. Lind
say. Miss Liadsav, Mr. Mc
Donald, J. A. Goesaives, Mrs
McQeea. Mr. Gandall asd son
Miss G&adall, Mies Bargees
, Mrs. Kakele, aad 41 on deck.
The economical Minister of
Finance now proposes to reduce
the expenses in the Military
Department, by,saddling the tax
payers with an expense of $6,535
a month, for the support of an
useless and extravagant force
under arms. Sach a force is per
fectly unnecessary and the Fin
ance Minister must also be awaro
of that fact. It looks very much
as if the true reason of tho pro
posed expense is not for a
"required military force," but,
that those men who were ready
to assist by financial promises
and . with the- backing
of the U. S. Forces, to put the
present memoers ot tms govern
ment in control of affairs, havo
got to be paid. It will not bo
policy to pay them off and turn
hem loose, because thev may
join tho Loyalists. So with his
usual wisdom and tact, he pro
poses the military scheme as an
economical venture. In all pro
bability it is one of "compulsion"
not one of economy.
After a strong opposition
against it. from those members
of tho present Government, and
those of its supportors who woro
members of the last Legislature,
an appropriation of 50,000 was
passed for tho support for two
yours of the Qaeens Guard.
Tho argnment used, was that
snch an appendage was not
necessary etc. . etc. Yet in face
of all their double-faced asser
tions of that period, these same
persons for their own personal
benefit are willing to see, aye,
and give their sanction to an
outrageous expenditure oi over
?G,000 a month, for that which
mav be tormed nothing more
than less Bribeby.
Not even in tho worst days of
tho Monarchy of which so much
is said, no, and not even in the
ante-Gibson days was such glar
ing misuses of the taxpayers
monoy indulged in.
Members of Company A. of the
National Guard entertain their
friends to night at tho Armor
on Palace Walk with a social
dance. Tho popular chief of the
Company Captain C. Ziegler has
the immediate management of
tho affair, tho success of which is
consequently ensured. Those
fortunato enough to be included
among tho guests of tho enter
tamment win enjoy an evening
worthy of beipg remembered.
The Make Manx.
ThoJapaneso steamer Miiko
Maru Captain Thompson arrived
this morning from Yokohama
with another batch of plantation
laborers. Tho steamer is four
teen days out from Yokohama
and brings besides four cabin
passengers, 1311 males and 331
females who will bo distributed
on different plantations. Secre
tary-General Wray Taylor doesn'
wals ik is Kjorsing no runs and
is very, very niuaarous indeed.
A sailor from tho Philadolphia
mistook one ot Seeley Shaw's
mirrors for a baseball-ground
and a beerglaaa for the ball.
He succeeded is hittiag center.
He broke tfee glass aud he is now
i Yry "bwke" men.
SERVING TWO FLAGS.
Do the Xaiue of Hawaii Object t
Theodore H. Davies, formerly
the British vice-consul in the
Hawaiian Islands, and at present
the guardian of the amiable
Christian princess, Kaiulani, ar
rived in the cityyestexday, on
his way to Honolulu, and is
staying at the Brevoorfc House.
He spoke pleasantly of some
of the members of the Provis
ional Government of the islands,
but with great regret of tho shte i
of utiatrs which prevails there.
The natives, who havo lived in the
islands, from time immemorial,
are bowed in grief over the theft
of their kingdom by foreigners
and alien. It is a contest of
men against two helpless women.
The Provisional Government,
Mr. Davies said, is not American.
Its fifteen members include Atner-
cans, Englisbmen, Irishmen,
Germans and one Portuguese.
It has no credit in anv foreign
land, and cannot borrow money
in any foreign couutry on earth.
Some of the advocates of an
nexation havo attacked Queen
Liliuokalani in tho most in
famous manner. These men have
not been ashamed to slander
woman in tho press. They
havo called her an "idolatress."
Sho is a sincere Christian woman,
aud supports twenty girls at a
The Provisional Government
Mr. Davies said, was afraid to
permit the nation to vote on
annexation, because the nation
would cast an overwhelming ma
jority against it. Mr. Davies was
unable to see how the present Gov
ernment could permanently exist.
The difficulty in dealing with
the foreigners in Honolulu, Mr.
Davies observed, is that thev
serve two -flags. In talking to
tho United States they declare
that the- are Hawaiians. In
talking to tho Queen and her
people, they say that they are
Tho Princess Kainiani is now
at school in Germany. Somo
recent photographs qf her, in
Mr. Davies's possession, show
a von- gentle, refined and hand
some young lady. Neio York
Emma Square Concert.
Tho P. G. band will render
the following programme at
Emma Square this evening:
1 iltccb Dalhoosie".... Cook
2 OTerture "Ormioa" PetUo
3 Clarionet solo "lio man tic". . . .Thornton
Solo bv- Mr. Was. Keogh.
4 'liesoinlsoences of Verdi' ..Godfrey
5 "Variations oa a German Song". Ocka
6 Schottfech "Sxt Sixteen". .TtoJliason
7 Walts 'The Soaros". Waldtenfel
S Polka "Ked and JBkck" Coots
Mr. McDowell has commenced
work: on his scheme to float tho
Tho Unknown won the base
ball game last Saturday, after a
well played game. The score
stood 7 to 4.
The Japanese fro a the steamer
Miiko Maru, will probably be
landed this afternoon. They will
remain in quarantine until Fri
day. What's tie matter with that
Makiki paisping plaat Either
the .sapennteadeat or&e psnp
is osl of gear Perhaps both?
ay Am wmmm
. 5, .
CONSTANT LIE IF SCHOONERS
Owing to our constantly increasing business and the
great demand of an appreciating community wo have con
cluded to offer an opportunity to all parties having capital.
Our LIKE of SCHOONERS may be seen gliding over the
BAR filled to their utmost carrying capacity with clear,
cool and invigorating
At the "Anchor Saloon."
To accommodate our Yast Fleet of Schooners, wo have
built a fine largo Refrigerator regardless of cost.
Is the only placo where a Cool Glass of Fredericksburg
Beer on draught can be had in Honolulu. Stop forward,
gentlemen, SOWS the Time. ocl-l 3m
A Postal Saving's Bank Book
No,. 465 has been Tost at my resi
dence during this month, who
ever finds it and returns same at
my residence at Heeia. Eoolau
poko, Oaho, or at the law. office
oi Jas. K. Kaulia, in Honolulu,
will receive a reward.
Mrs. Mikala Kaullv.
Honolulu, Oct. 23, 1893.
Whereas, Jos. Paakaula having
resigned as Agent foe me, there
. ' i , ii,
lore, notice is uereoy given to an
persons holding leases of all of
niy lands, to make payments of
rent to me personally at tho
times agreed upon at Kaalaa,
Oct. 16, 1893. ocl7 lw
By a young intelligent Gorman a
situation, not afraid of hard
work, low wages.
Apply at the Office.
" Oct. 20 lw
SANS SOUCI HOTEL
Fiist-Class Accommodation for
Tourists and Island Guests.
SUPERIOR BATHING FACILITIES. .
Private Cottages for Families.
T. A. SIMPSON'.
BAY HORSE 353 SALOON 1
P. McINET.KY, PmwiviiroK,
Fine Liquors, Wines and Beer.
Corner Brrrttu and Hotel St?.
Thiso. P. Snvrarv. A.W. Eolstou
467 XccAitr Street, Htstotctc,
(Opjw. Qure& Ea&aa 113).
Views of tlie Island
Caastestlj t Hand, seek ts
Natrr Maldag Ft, Grsvi Bnues
Hxkial Dee, Cseeust GrTes
Street Tim awl 1 lavaiiiR Style
xs3iia, Pl: d Date GreTes
VTar Tesee, Slf$g asd
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- Al?& OmrtuitT fir EL !
L. HL DEE,
Wines, Spirits and Beeis
Between Fort and Bethel Streets.
$9.00 per Cord Delivered.
jjso. f! COLBTJRN & CO.
- 1 1 i -
Tjiiporteu and Commission
J. & P. Coats' Machine Tfcread
Jonas Brooks Machine Thread .
Barbour's Linen Thread
P. O. Box 35S. ilntnal Telephone 33
13 Kaahotuann Street.
OF ALL STYLES,
(Japped, i, ftja,
IX THE LATEST PATTERNS.
Haxd Sewing Machixes,
E3TAB Witk the Iit IproTCHh-rt2 ,
Aad OtkerMaeml I&traaat4.
ines, Liquors, Beer
ALWAYS OX HAXD, AXD
TOR SALE BY
D. MFFWHJECa I
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