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-Steamships will leave for and arrive from San Francisco, on the following dates, Jill the close of 1S93. Leave Ho.vcixLcjDCT: at IJojipixi.tr tor Sa FeasciscoFm. &in- Fbaxceco Oceanic Sept. 125-Alameda.. . . Sept. 2S Miowcra, for Vnn-Anstrelia Oct. 7 waver Oct. 2 Ocennic. . . Oct. 17 Australia Oct. 14 Jliowera" from Tan- Monowai.....Oct. 19' coawr Oct. 23 Warrimoo, for Vau-MftriixHa Oct. 26 roarer Xov. I Australia "Soy, 4 China Nor. G Monowai. . .2or 23 An-jtnslia Xov. 1 i Wnrriinoo, from Van- ALune.bi.,..Xov. 10 conver Xov. "23 iliowera, for Van-China Xov. 27 confer Dec. 2 Australia Decr2 Oceanic Dec. 4 Alameda Dec. 22 Australia Dec. D llitnrera, from Van- 3Ianpos- Dec. 14 conver Dec. 23 Warrimoo, for Vun-Ocftinic Dec.2G conver Jan. 1 Australia Dec. 30 City Teking. . .Jan. 2 Warrimoo, from YaD- Anstralia Jan. 6 ouver.....Jan. 23 Warrimoo, from Van-i conver Sepi 23 Mm tb Water-front. Arrivals. - So-day Xov. a. Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, 14i nays from San Francisco. Stmr Ckudine, Davies, from Maui. Stuir Waialeale, from Hamaltua. Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, from Molokai Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, from Kauai. Departures. ' , Monday, Xov. 6. Stair Mokolii, McGregor, forMolokai,Luuai and Maui, at 5 p m. Stmr'J A Cnmmiua, Xeilson, for Koolau. Vessels in Port. U S S Adams, Xelson. U S S Philadelphia, Parker. Ger Ilk J,. C. Ptluger. lit sch Norma, Yokohama. I Am sch Transit, Jobgensen, S F. Am tch Jtobert Lowers, Goodmuu, P T. Am sch Aloha, Dabel, S. F. Am Yacht Tolua, Tolna, S F. Am hgt W G Irwin, Xelsou, S F. Haw bk R'P Itithet Morrison, S p. Nor bk Beaconsfield, Bastiansen Castle. X S W. Am bk Matilda, Swenson, Xanaimo Am schr C S Holmes, Johnson, Port Townsend. Bktne Klikitat, Cutter, Port Towseud. Foreign Vessels Expected. This List does not Include SteamrsJ' r vessels. where from. due. Am bk Hamster. ....S F (HiIoj..Aug 21 Am schr Glend.de... .Eureka... bet "5 AmschrAIIen A Knrfcka...."oct 1 Am bk Martha Davis. . ..Boston. Dec 0 Ger bk Xantilns.. . . . .. .LrYerpoolV.Dec 30 AmbkSCAlIn SF Oct 25 Am bk klikitat.. Port Townsend. .Xov 16 Am brgt JDbpre.ckeIs..S F Oct 26 Yacht Tolna S F Oct "0 H HaokMd (sld Sept 25).L'pool.J)ec 25-31 SchrHa!e?kfda....F,uninR'a Id... .Xov 15 Am bkt Wrestler.... XS W.... Oct9 Br bk Duke Argjle. ...X S W. . .V.'.Xov 10 Am bk Albert SF Xo?6 Am bk AMen Besso S F."-'oy 18 Am bkCD- Brvant Am bkt Irmganl S F. 0v 6 Am bk Enoch Talbot.. Pt GambleV.Xov 14 Ger bk Galveston.. . .Hongkong. .Xov 7-12 Am out flauter S F Xov 15 Am bkt Discovery. S F. . ! 1 i .X0v 23 Am bkt Amelia Pi Tsui-ai.. ""t-. ir Am schr Alice Cooke. .Pt Bfakdv"Dec25 The following passengers arrived m the city yesterday. Frm Kauai, Mrs. Beattid, Mrs. TVhar- ton, A M Sproull, Miss Hines, F M Wakefield, A Lindsay, Miss M jWeder. t rom Jlaui, O Unna, Mrs. Mailer, Mrs. X Macfcensie, J Neil. D Center, W FT Cornwell. F Hughes. It V,n Tempsky, wife and iafhnt, Miss Wodehouse, H Warren, J Cunningham, Neath, L Kikoj. J J Williams, Lam Cook, Lee Long, Wtmg Chee. - From tfolokvi, J)r. Goto. H VonGiesen, J F Brown, Isaac Cock'ett. The steamers, Claudine for ITaui and Hawaii, Iwakni and MikaLala for Kauai ports, and the Kjiala for ports on Oahu, are. up to leave for their respec tive ports.tcRBorrow. "What asort of girl is she?' "Oh, -aha is a miss with a "mis sion." "Ah!" ; . ; "And her mission is seeking Man with a mansion." JiV Bih, LOCAL NEWS. HOKA! The fence-climbers are bearing frnit. Oh! was it an absurd rumor? Dear! Dear!! The P. G. Band, at Emma Square this evening. ' The Hawaiian National Band plays at the Hawaiian Hotel this evening. As we go to press, the steamer China from the Orient en route to San Francisco, is reported off "Waianae. It is txpected. that about three thousand persons will be present at the. Concert to be. given by the Hawaiian National Band, this evening. About twenty five people were seated on the benches in the Hotel grounds last Satprday evening listening to the music by the P. G. Band. Tho new Hawaiian Bepublican flag designed by brother Hatch, will be known in heraldry as "one banana rampant and Mile mangoes." -AH indicative oVowc tropical fruits and tho inclina tions of our revolutionists. Roar-Admiral J. S. Skerrott, accompanied by Captaiu Barker of the TJ. S. F. S. Philadelphia, Commander Nelson of the U. S. S. Adams, and Lieutenants "Wilson and Fox, called on United States Minister Willis this forenoon. PETER SELLS' OPINION OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Mr. Peter Sells, the world re nowned circus man, writes as follows to the Columbus, Ohio State Journal: "'The Hawaiian question that has been so prominent before the American people dnring the past few months, involving the annex ation of that territory to the United States, is a matter of more than ordinary importance. A great principle is at stake and no amount of pecuniary advan tages can justify the perpetration of a great wrong upon a weak and defenseless power. That the possession of this little group of tropical islands upheaved by some earthquake centuries ago, would be advantageous to the United States is unquestionably true, but can we 'afford to sacrifice a great principle in order to obtain tieiu? It has been the policv of this government from the time of its establishment down to tho present day to keep' aloof from entangling alliances and to avoid interference in foreign affairs. That the United States has the right to insist upon the autono my of the Hawaiian government and has the power to enforce her rights no .one can deny. That tho geographical location of the islands makes it imperative tliat no unfriendly power shall take possession of them is equal "true. Being in the track of our Austra lian, and, China steamers 2100 .miles from San" Francisco, their ;iportance as a coaling station V slaves. What wof could do toward correcting this evil would puzzle our wisest legislators. There are other matters of great im portance to be handled foreign relations, school system, finan cial, judiciary, legislative and executive all of which wonkT lead ns into labyrinths of diffi culties. I fear it would be an expensive experiment for the United Statos to, assumo control. The Queen, to save bloodshed in the face of an armed and insur rectionary force, stood aside confident that the nation's of the world would not suffer the wrong to exist long. At the time I was in Honolulu, less than ten months ago, the Hawaiian army number ed less than 100 'souls, fifty of whom formed the imperial band, a magnificent musical organiz ationv The greetings of welcome we received from the. natives as onr steamer touched the dock and the garlands of beautiful tropical flowers with which the natives bedecked our. passengers as we left, the magnificent music of the imperial band playing the na tional airs of Hawaii and the United States as we steamed away, showed conclusively that they Vere a peace-loving, guileless aud innocent race. For the United States to aid the insurrectionists, who have set up a provisronai government against this weak peaceful people wonldbe beneath the dignity of this mighty nation. It w-ould.be cowardly and mean. Behind this whole affair there is a cause that thus far I have fail ed to see any mention of. It is of one of coin? and not I principles. When the late j King Kalakana Teighed he entered into some sort of a treaty under which the, produc tions of the islands which consist chiefly of sugar, rice and frints were admitted into the IFnited States free of duty, in return for which the trade'or fully 90 per cent of it was given to San Francisco. At this time the duty on sugar and, other produc tions srich as we received from Honolulu was considerable', and it gave a market for them, as ad- and port of call is vital to our Pacific commerce. ' They hold absolutely the key to the mighty Pacific and it would be extremely unfortunate for Amer ica should an unfriendly power acquire tbem. This even in times of peace; but in the event of war with any of tbecountries of the East or. Asia or. the colonies or dependencies of either Great Britian, France or Germany, our disadvantages would be much more keenly felt and onr dangers multiplied. "For thpse reasons alone" the United States can consistently insist upon the maintenance of neutrality and autonomy. While these facts cannot bo disputed it would be unwise for our govern ment to recognize the commis sioners who. after conspiring .to overthrow the government of Hawaii, rush off. post baste to Washington to enter into a treaty with us for the annexation or control of the Sandwich Islands. The IJnited States should take the lead in restoring order there. We cannot take the risk of pre cipitating a conflict with the mighty powers of tho earth. There are many Chinese resi dents brought there under the contract system and .whose con dition is not much better than NOTICE. The undersigned has received from the Eastern States. The .Largest Single Order of Billiard . Material ever imported to the Islands. It concludes as follows: ( vGIoth, 3 grades; Cushions, by Block, patent; Billiard Balls, Composition and Ivoivf !, Pool, " " " ' " Tips, Chalk; : Pocket dustings with leathers, aud fringe " complete; Pocket nettings, fringe and leathers: Rubber covers; Court Plaster, green and black; New style chalk holders; Triangles: Shake balls and leather hnttln? Pool pins; Markers, etc., etc. '.The above goods have been purchased at reduced1 rates, and the undersigned is now prepared to do anv and all kinds of BILLIARD TABLE WORK at reasonable rates with dispatch. Also ne.w and second baud Billiard and Pool Tables for Sale. Please apply to J. P. BOWEN, Perry Block, Hotel St. Honolulu - a taw CONSTANT LINE OF SCHOONERS -Ample Oprinnity for ALL I Owing to our constantly increasing business and tho great demand of an appreciating community, wo have con cluded to offer an opportunity to all parties'having capital Our LINE of SCHOONERS may be seen gliding over tho BAR filled to their utmost carrying capacity with clear, cool and invigorating Fredericksburg Export At the "Anchor Saloon." To accommodate our Vast Fleet of Schooners, we have built a fine large Refrigerator regardless of cost. Is the only place where a Cool Glass of Fr6doricksburir Beer on draught can be had in Honolulu. Stop forward gentlemen, NOW'S the Time. .ocl-l 3m vantageons as if they were Amer ican. Since the McKanley law went into effect taking tho duty off sugar and gaving a bounty to American sugar, it has placed Hawaii at a disadvantage and her plantations have grown into weeds, her trade and commerce has languished and her people are in distress. The money power has taken advantage of this period of stangnation to diseminate dis cord and to blame the government for mismanagement. At the time Kalakaua. died he was on his way to Washington to try and effect a reciprocal commercial treaty which would have been of great importance and value not only to Hawaii but to our Pacific cost as well. Our government should try to restore peace and establish a reciprocity, treaty which would adjust the difficulties and solve the whole prpblein, leaving no stain on our fair escutceon. "Pete Sells." GHAS. GIRDLER, Importer and Commissioii ' Merchant. SPECIALTIES:. -T. P. Coats' Machine Ttraid Janag Brocks' Maekine Thread Barbour's linen Thread Pears' Sop P. O. Box 353. JIatHaiTefep&OHS 35 13 KaafesauuHi Street. --Gif mm: LAGER BEER MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OE FORECLOSURE, In accordance witn the provisions ol a certain Mortgage, made by KaiRew honna of Welokn, Hilo, Haw.it? fo Ah Ming dated July 7th, 1890. recorded ha Liber liG. page 157 ; notice is Lereliv givt-n that the Mortgace...inteiid3 to foreclose tneeame for conditions broken to wit: the hon payment of Principal and Interest when due. - N ticc is likewise given that after the expirat'on of three, weeks from the date of this notice the property conveyed by said Mortgage will be advertised for sale at Pablic Auction, at the taction rooms of J p Morgan. In. -Honolulu, on Monday the 20th dv of November, 1S9, at 12 noon, of said day. Farther particulars, can; be had of "Wil iam C Achi, Attorney at Law. Dated Honolulu. October 25th. WXL AH HING, Mortgage. The premises, covered, by said mort gage, consist of: 12 acres sitnated at ire'oka, Hifo. Hawaii, and described'in Jtoyai Par.5 number 1032 in the, name KsmaV Piialii. oct. 2S-3w "FAT BOY." BAY HORSE 252 SALOON ! P. HcDTERNT, Feopsieiok, Fine Liquors? Wines and Beer. CORXEK BeTHC ASD HOTTX &. W. S. LUCE .1- 1 "Wine and Spirit Merchant Campbell Fire-proof Block, MERCHANT ST. HONOLTHjTJ 1 If 1