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Steamships -will leave for and arrive from Saa Francisco, on the following dates, till the close of 1S8S. Lkave HbmjujutDbe at HavoLctc TOR SA-V PKAMS5CO.FiI. Sa- Feaacisco 0mi Sept. Alameda Sopt. 23 Mkwera, for Yan-Astrslk Oat. 7 otmvar Oct. 1! Oceanic Oct. 17 Australia OoUli Miowera, from Van- 31orewai Oct. 19; couver Oct. 23 Varrsmoo, for Van-Msrinosa Oct. 2G conrer Nov. l:Ausiralia Nov. 4 China Nov. G Mooorai Nov. 23 Australia.... Nov. HAVairimoo, from Yan- Alameda .Nov. 16' couver Nov. 23 Mkrsrera, for Yan-iChina Nov. 27 oonver Deo. Australia Dec. 2 Oceanic. Deo. 4 Alameda Dec. 22 Australia Dec. fl'Miowera, from Yan- Mariposa Dec 14' oonver .Dec. 23 Warrnnoo, for Tan-Oceanic Dec. 26 couver Jan. I, Anstralia Dee. 30 City Peking. . .Jan. 2 Warrimoo, from Tan- Auwt ralia Ja. 6 couver Jan. 23 WarrinKW, from Van couver Sept. 23' xom tbt HMtx- rout Arrivals. Bk Albert, Griffiths, from San Francisco. Departures. Stinr C H Bishop, Le Chiire, for Nawilivrili JIanamauln. Kilanea and Hanalei. Stmr Waialeale, Stnythe, for Lahaina and Ilamakna. Vessels in Port. TJ S S Adams, Nelson. U S S Philadelphia, Parker. s Ger Bk J. C. Pfluger. Br sch Norma, Yokohama. Am sch Transit, Johgensen, S F. Am sch Bobort Lewers, Goodman, P T. Am Yacht Tolna, Tolna, S F. ' Am bet W G Irwin, Nelson. S F. Haw bk It P Kitbet Morrison, S F. Nor bk 1 Beaconsfield, Bastiausen Ca3tle, N S V. Am bk Matilda, Swensou, Nanaimo Am schr C S Holmes, Johnson, Port Townsend. AmbktnoKlikitat, Cutter, Port Towsend. Am bk S U Allen, Thompson, S F. Am bk Albert, Griffiths, S F. Foreign Vessels Expected. This List does not Include Steamrs vessels. where from. due. Am bk Martha Davis. .'..Boston Dec 20 Ger bk Nautilus Liverpool. .Dec 30 Br schr Villata Liverpool Jan 10 H Hackfeld (sld Sept 23).L'pool..Dec 25-31 Schr naleakala Fnning's Id Nov 15 Am bkt Wrestler. . . .N S V Oct 29 Br bk Duke Argyle N S W Nov 10 Am bk Alden Besse S F Nov IS AmbkCD Bryant S -F Nov 27 Am bkt Irmganl S F Nov 20 Am bk Enoch Talbot. . Pt Gamble. .Nov 14 Ger bk Galveston Hongkong. .Nov 7-12 Am bkt Planter S F Nov 15 Am bkt Discovery S F Nov 23 Am bkt Amelia Pt Blakely Deo 15 Am schr Alice Cooke.. Pt Blakelv. .Dec 25 Haw sh John Ena NSW... .Nov 1 5-22 Haw sh Uawaiian Isles.N S V. . .Nov 10-20 Ger sh Terpsichore N S W. . . .Nov 20-30 The following passengers,' loft tho city yosterday evening on the local steamers, for Kanai iT K Bnrkett and wife, C Von Haniin, Mr. Cannaig, Mrs CH Bishop. Dr More and wifo, Miss Maroui. Mrs M Lindsay, Adam Lindsay and bride. For Kanai, Mrsx T G Thrnm, JMrs Binnckstadt, 2 Chinese. For Mani and Hawaii For Volcano: Wilholin Steigenwald, I Friendeuwald, Dr B Fried lander, Dr Ivronecker. B "Wedd ing, Gon. G T C Hogge, Mr. Broomhead, AD Shepherd. Hilo Mahukona, Kawaihae, and Ra hniui: Jno A sc.ott and wife, A Mooro and facily, Capfc W Mnt son and wifo, H Ronton, F Xorth rup, Jno Hind wifo and son, Bert Schoon, Mr Keelen, M Datto and wife, Mrs J K losopa, Mrs H Holotnoku aud 3 children, "Wm Toomy, Dr E L Hntchinsou wifo and 3 child, 3? A Diaz, Rev S L Desha, J S McOandless, Jno Anderson, J J Williams, F L Stoltl and wife. W M liyan, Jos Gonrtuey, Jas Cavanagli, A Shields," "W Doyle, T Sheridan, T Keel&r, E McKenxie, and 30 on deck. " The Bark Albert, Captain Grif fiths, 14 days fromJSan Francisco was reported 12 miles N E at 10:15 this morning. LOCAL NEWS. The Board of Health, held a meeting to-day. TheCIaudinetookeight visitors to Hilo yesterday, who are en route to the Volcano. Wonder how much water was retained in the Nuuanu reservoirs after. last night's rain. A heavT thunder storm accom panied wiflT wind and rain, passed over the city last night. The P. G. Band played on the Palace ground, this morning. Tiiat's right Berger, cheer them up. It was verj throughtful of an afternoon paper, to announce to the public, why Mr. Potter did not appear in uniform yesterday. Bev. Howlaud will hold his last service on Thursday evening the 9th iust. at 7:30 p. m. at the Arkm Hall. Everybody welcomej. Why the Star should attack Paymaster J C Sullivan in the manner it does is beyond com prehension. Bat then) it is the oharacter of that.sheet to vilify. A spar buoy was sighted from tho steamer "W. G. HalllasfcMou day off Hawaii. The steamer was stopped, and tho buoy pick ed up, and brought to town. About 25 fathoms of chain was attached to it. A Chinaman apparently with the intention of committing sui cide, jumped from a shore boat at theboat landing, into tho water this forenoon. Ho was rescued from his watery grave, by a boat boy and water policeman Pat terson. Wo understand that tho young lady who wrote tho poem pub lished in last evening's Star, "The Navy in Verso" poured out her soul to such an extent, that she-has had a fit. She pro bably will never more write any such lines. The gentleman of ' Scottish birth, refered to in this morn ing's Tiser, was probably so disgusted with tho music of the P. G. Band, that he Resorted to the sweet strains of the bagpipe for consolation. He is evidently a judge of good music. Cunningham in the Anchor has got an invoice of the -celebrated cherries with which he flavors his high-classed cocktails. A lot of fine oysters for cocktails has also arrived, nod as there is an "R" in the month, it is the proper time to indulge in straight tobasco-sauce, with some bi-walves in it. Complaint has reached us of the manner in which water policeman Patterson handled the Chinaman he helped rescue this morning. The Chinaman was sitting quietly iu the loat with Patterson holding "him bv the back of his shirt collar, when Patterson (presumably to show off before those standing on the wharf) deliberately struck tho Chinaman on the arm with his baton. Such action was brutal and uncalled for. Why Telephones are Handy. "The telephone, savs a Foreign contemporary, is a handy ar-' rangement. whereby two persons without blushing before each I other." We know of instances, when the greatest (rutlis have been tinbliishingly told through telephone. An instance of that naturo happened in this 'city a few days ago. A lady and gentle men had arranged a place and time for meeting, when he made the remark, Foit are married, she replied, So am you . Tough Job in Prospect for Keeley. Professer A. L. Bul)3ch. an attache of the Imperial Museum of Berlin, who, with nine trust- men has been making explorations in northern and western Brazil, sends this extraordinary information to the directors of the institution named above: " Have had wonder ful luck. We already have over 9,000 unnamed specimens in na tural history, including a snake sixty seven feet long,, with long tusks like a boar and a horn two feet long on its forehead." S. F. Chronicle. A'stor as a Journalist. William Waldorf Astor's Eng lish macrazine has scored a triumph by driving a quack con cern, which was doing a flourish ing trade, out of business. If Astor follows up his success by exposing some of the political gobs which seem to be as prolific m England as in this country, he will deserve the gratitude of Englishmen and Americaus, particularly the latter, who are heartily tired of the Pecksniffian assumption of writers for the English press and of English books, that their countrymen are exceptionally honest and difier in that particular from the rest of the workh If the Fall Hall Gazette wishes to accomplish this result it has only to work out the details of the broad charge made by Sir Charles Dilke and others, that the funds voted for military purposes by the English House of Commons are squandered and stolon. These allegations here tofore have usually , appeared in reviews, which are .only read by the learned. Let them be repeat ed in a popular magazine and Great Britain will bo stirred from center to circumference. S. F. Chronicle. The following were passengers from Hawaii and Maui, by the steamer W. G. Hall yesterday afternoon, From Volcano Dr. Herz. From Kau, Kona and Lahaina E W Fuller. Bev. E Lewis, B Calleudar, H B Pur melee, J Mort Oatj Mrs. A A' Haalelea, Mrs. J Monsarrat and servant, Melville Monsarrat, T Amoy, J llakainai, Mrs. S !Now- lein and servant, Isaac Sherwood wife and. two children, Miss B" Cornwell, G McLean, Miss Kaeo, Miss E Benish, and 45 on deck. ! It is to be noticed that three or four en terprSing firms, (annex ationists) have purchased new flags, - which are now flying over their respective places of busi ness. NOTICE. The undersigned has received from the Eastern Shi tas, Tie Largest Single Order of Billiard Material ever imported to the Islands. It concludes as follows: i Cloih, 3 grades; , Cues, asssortedf Cushions, by Block, patent; Billiard Balls, Composition and Ivoiv; Pool, rt Tips, Chalk; Pocket Castings with leathersand fringe . complete; Pocket nettings, fringe and leathers; Bubber covers; Court Plaster, green and black; m New stylo chalk holders; Triangles; Shako balls aud leather bottles; Pool pins; . . Markers, etc. , etc. Tho above goods have been purchased at reduced rates, and the undersigned is now prepared to do any and all kinds of - BILLIARD TABLE WORK at reasonable rates with dispatch. Also new and second hand Billiard and Pool Tables for Sale. " Please apply to J. P. BOWEN, Perrv Block, Hotel St. Honolulu- f A ?4if IE mw COHSTAHT LINE OF SCHOONERS Ample Oprlniiiil for ALL ! Owing to our constantly increasing business aud the great demand of an appreciating community, we have con cluded to offer an opportunity to all parties having capital. Our LINE of SCHOONERS may be seen glidingVer the BAB filled to their utmost carrying capacity with clear, cool and invigorating Fredericksburg) f a fNwn -dtjitjits Export ) i'A'U.&JR At the "Anchor Saloon." To accommodate our Vast Fleet of Schoonors, we have built a fine large Befrigerator regardless of cost. Is the' only place where a Coolf Glass of Fredericksburg Beer on draught can bo had in Honolulu. Stop forward gentlemen, NOW'S the Time. ocl-i 3m Long Branch. BATHING Establishment. This Firsl-class Bathing Besort has been enlarged and is now open to the public. It is the best place on the islands to enjoy a bath and there is no better place to lay ojl". Special accom modations for Ladies. Tramcars pass the door every half hour and on Saturdays and Sundays every fifteen minutes. JAMES SHERWOOD Proprietor. MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OE FORECLOSURE. In accordance witn the provisions of a certain Mortgage, made by KTamee honaa of Weloka, Hilo, Havvaii to Ah Hing dated'Jnly 7th, 1890. recorded in Liber 126j page 157; notice is hereby jjtvwi that the Mortgage intends to. foreclose the same for conditions broken towitrthenon payment o Principal and Interest when due- v Notice is likewise civen that arter the expiration of three, weeks from the date of this notice the property conveyed by said Mortgage will be advertised for sale at Public Anction. at the auction rooms of J I? Morgan, in, llonolaln. on Monday the 20th day of November, 1S93, at 12 noon, or said da v. Farther particulars can be had of. imam u. Achi, Attornev at Law. Dated Honolulu, October 25th, 1S93. AH HEXG. Mortgage. The premises, covered by said niori gage, consist of: 12 acres situated at Tletoka, Hilo, Hawaii, and described in Eoyal Patent nnmber 1032 in the name of Kamai piialii. oct. 2S-3w LCmpire Saloon, JAMES OLDS, PKomiETOtt. Fine Wine, Liquorft Bser1, ALWAYS OX HAND. Corner Xntiann and Hotel Streets , W. S. LUCE "Wine and Sjoirit Merchant Camplell Fire-proof Block, 1LEBCHAXT ST., HONOLULU MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OE EORESLOSTJRE. In accordance -with the provkioas of 2 certain mortgage, made by C ALAPAl fc Isabbella A Achi, dated October 5, 189. recorded in Liber 143, nag 24S; notice x hereby given that the Mortgge intends to foreclose the same for conditions broken, ta yriU non-payment of principal. Notice is likewise given that after the expiration of three creeks from the date of this notice, the property conveyed by said mortgage will be advertised for sole at pub lic auction, at tha auction rooms of J. 1 Morgan, in Honolulu, on MONDAY, tfe 20th day of November, 1S0 at 12 neon of said day. Further particulars can be bod of Wm. C Achi, Attorney at Law. Dated Honolulu. October 25, 1S03. ISSABELLA A. ACHI, Morigagce. Ths premises covered by said soitgsgs, consist of: All thcrse premises situated at Kapolama, Honolulu, Oahu. and more particular de scribedrn a partition deed between Vf G Achi and said GAlapai, recorded in Liber 125 page 1; containing an area of 1-10 at an acre; and being a part of those premises known as Apana 1 described in Eoyal Pat ent, number 6S7, granted tb Kehisraeeiua. oct. 23-3