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Steamships will leave for and arnve from San Francisco, on the followine dates, till the close of ISfiS. Lhwe Ho.voLwurpra at Hoxqujlg for Sa.v FRAJfCtSCO.'FlI. SAS Frasckco . . Sept. 2." Alaawda Soot. 23 for Vnn-iAnstrsliA Oei. 7 Oct. 2Oce&nic Oct. 17 Oct. 14iJIio-dta, from Van- Oct. 19 oouver 0t. 23 for Van- ilariooisa Oct. 20 Nov. 1 Australia Xov. 4 . . . . Sav. 6 Mooow&i Nov. 23 . . .Nov. 1 1 Warrimoo, from Vau . . .Not. 16 oarer. . . . Nov. 2.1 for Van-China Nov. 27 . . .Dec. 2 Australia Dec. 2 .. Dec. 4, Alameda Dec. 22 . . . Dec 0 Miowera, from Van- . . Dec. 14 oouver Dec. 23 for Van-'Oeeonic Dec. 2G ...Jan. 1 Australia Dec 30 g. . .Jan. 2 Warrimoo, from Van- .Jun. 0 oouver Jan. 23 from Van ..Sept. 23 Oceania. . . Miowera, oouver. . Australia. . Monovai. . Warrimoo, oouver. . China .... Australia. . Alameda. . Miowera, oouver . Oceanic... Aistralia. . Mariposa.. Warrimoo, oouver. . City Pekin Australia . Warrimoo, oouver. LOCAL NEWS. Arrivals. Stmr C It Bishop, Le Cliiire, from Nawiliwili Uanamaulu. Kiluueo ami Hanalei. Stmr Kinau, Clarke, from Maui and! I nwnii. Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, from Kauai. Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, from Molokai Departures. OSS Australia, Hondlette. for San Francisco. Vessels in Port. U S S Adams, Nelson. U S S Philadelphia, Parker. Ger 13k J. C. Ftlnger. Ur sch Norma, Yokohama. ""Am sch Transit, Jobgenseu, S F. Am sch Robert Lewers, Goodman, P T. Am Yacht Tolua, Tolua, S F. Am bgt W G Irwin, Nelson. S F. Haw bk R P Kithet Morrison, S F. Nor bk Ifeaconsfield, Bastiansen Castle, N S W. Am bk Matilda, Swenson, Nauaimo Am sohr C S Holmes, Johnson, Port Townsend. Am bktno Klikitat, Cutter, Port Towsend Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, S F. Am bk Albert, Griffiths, S F. Foreign Vessels Expected. This List does not Include Steainrs vessels. where from. due. Am bk Martha Davis.. ..Boston Dec 20 Ger bk Nautilus Liverpool.. Dec 30 Br schr Villata Liverpool Jan 10 H H.tckfeld fsld Kept 2o). Ipool.. Dec 25-31 Schr Haleakala F'nnims Id ... . Nov 15 Am bkt Wrestler. . . .N S W Oct 20 Br bk Duko Argyle N S W Nov 10 Am bk Alden Besso S F. . . . Nor IS Am bk CD Brvaut S F Nov 27 Am bkt Irmgard S F Nov 20 Am bk Enoch Talbot. .Pt Gamble. .Nov 14 Ger bk Galveston.. . .Hongkong. .Nov 7-12 Am bkt Plauter S F Nov 15 Am bkt Discovery S F Nov 23 Am bkt Amelia Pt Blakely Dec 15 Am schr Alice Cooke.. Pt Blakely. .Dec 25 Haw sh John Eaa N S W. . . .Nov 15-22 Haw sh Uawaiinn IsleOT S V. . .Nov 10-20 Ger sh Terpsichore N S W!. ..Nov 20-30 Tho steamer Iviuau arrived this morniug from Hawaii and Maui. The following passengers canio on her: From tho Volcano: Clarence "Warner, Mrs Heweth aud Dr L M Taylor. From Hilo aud Way Ports: Jas Lovo, Capt W Matson, Jas H Boyd, K Ogura, M Soya, Mrs E P Baker, J Goudio, WGoudie, C W Mucfa-lane, Geo I Bond, E Houdry, Win Wh ito and H A Heeu. The following passengers left by the steamer Australia for San Fran Cisco to-day: "B F Hotz, E J Bonnan, wife and 2 children, LFHughs.B Sharp, W Libbey, Mrs Xouug, Miss Young, Miss Erickson, Mrs Wilson, H W Sevomnce and wife. TV" H Sopor, J F Soper, Mrs JH Soper, and 2 children , C A Warner and wife, F G Buckley, Mrs Admiral Skerretfc, tho Misses Skerrett, M Hyman, J G Martin, R Cal leudar, H H Dtngley, E Jaeob son, EWaltner, and Mrs WE Fosfeer. The P. G. Band played at the Hawaiian Hotel last evening. The steamer Australia sailed at noon to-dav, for San Francisco. A Political orator out West was recently alluded to as a harangue outaug. Practice game of foot ball be tween the Honolulu and Punahou teams this afternoon. 1'artiiig is siicli Sweet j Sorrsn-. NOTICE. It is reported, that one of the present military companies has been detailed to watch another mi litary company. Rear-Admiral John Irwin, U. S. X. called on His Excellency the Minister of Foreign Affairs this afternoon. The fourth, of the series of those very pleasant receptions is being held on board of the U. S. F. S. Philadelphia this afternoon. 2S7 bags Spuds, 10 bags Corn, 33 Hogs, 45 bdls. Hides, 205 pkgs. Sundries was the steamer Kinau's freight list this trip. It was the Hawaiian National Band's Orchestra that played the music for the dancers at the dance the other evening. A match game between the Pu nahou and the Pacific foot ball totms, and a game between the Pa cifies and the Honolulus teams, are two coming sporting events. Captain Barker of tho U. S. F.S. Philadelphia, Commander Nelson oi the U. S. S. Adams, Mrs. Wil son, and others were entertained at dinner, by -Hon. and Mrs. Joseph O. Carter, the other eve ning. If the coral bed near Brewer's wharf requires any further blasting, would it not bo advis able for the -authorities to sus pend tho work of repairing that is now going on at that wharf. Who knows, but that at tho next blasting process the wharf may be completely demolished. REAR-ADMIRAL IRWIN CALLS ON The Minister of Foreign Affairs. After a lapso of four days, the time for this visit has been ar ranged. The United States Minister and Admiral Irwin call ed on the Minister of Foreign Affair this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, after the departure of tho steamer Australia for San Francisco. The distinguished personages were accompanied b Lioutenaut Adams and Ensign Parmenter of the Admiral's staffs. fm Band Concert. Tae'String Ochestra detachment of the P. G. Band, will give its usual Saturday concert at Emma Square this afternoon. Follow ing is the progranie: 1 March "Scotch Wedding" (new).... Chriatern 2 Fantasia "Nature's Awakening".. . . ii V " Y . 7 - - - --kitenbeig tenure vuaoerro (cewj ... .xiaujger 4 Gavotte "Dearest Love" (ncwJ.Munieti 5 Slow March -"Oa Parade (new).,DiehI 6 Medley "Ridiculous" (new).... Barnard "Hawaii Ponoi." It was o p.m., aud George Montgomery had been spending j 11. fx nt. i -r rii- uie aiiernooa wuu sweet uiuian Luray. ? "Good-bye, darling," he said, fondly, as the- stood at the front door. "Good bye George," she mur mured, nestling her head in "the time-honoured place. "Good bye." "Goodbye." "In every parting, .dearest, there is the image of death," he whispered, holding her close aud kissing her passionately, "and we may never meet again." "Oh, George, darling," she said, clinging to him almost fiercely. "Who knows, my own, what mcy happen between this hour and when we meet again?" "Oh! George, my love, say that you will come back to me; to yonr own little loving Lillian, George; the same beautiful and bravo George yon have always been." "Trust me, Lillian, darling; trust your George." "Oh, darling," she said, strong in tho faith which women have, 'I do trust 3'ou. How could I love you'so if I did not?" and she kissed him fondly. "Then I shall come again, Lil lian, my own!" 'Bnt when, George? When?" she asked, auxionsly. "At eight this. .evening, dar ling." "Oh, George," slio wailed "will it bo so long as that? So long, so long?" He took her in his arms tend erly. "Darling," ho whispered. "I will make it 7:30'" And it came to pass as he had spoken. (Til Bits.) The Revolution In the 311ssionary lloard. A beneficent change has come over the American Board, and none too soon for its own salva tion, whatever may be the meas ure of salvation allotted to other sinners. It matters little to what influences it may bo imput ed, whether to the pressure of liberal sentiments within aud without the board or a rather late rejection of intolerant opinions, which have so dimin ished the efficiency, as a mis sionary agency, of the A. B. C. F. M. Of course, the turnabout places some members of the board in an anomalous position, if they hold on to office after such a strong expression of opinion in favor of Mr. Noyes and against those who had at first indorsed and then condemn ed the faithful and successful missionary. Two members of the prudential committee and Rev. Dr. Alden, home secretary-, resigned their positions. They understood what tho verdict meant. Joseph Cook got into the scrimmage just in time to realize how impossible it was, even for his might and majesty, to cbange the popular current when it is set in a certain direc tion. From the small vote bis side obtained he must think that the heathen are getting thb best of the invincible band he was accustomed to lead in defence of doctrines rather repulsive to nineteenth century cultivation and humanity. Boston Trans cript. Tho undersigned has received from the Eastern Shi toe. The Largest Single Order of Billiard Material ever imported to the Islands. It concludes as follows: Cloth, 3 grades; Cues, asssorted; l Cushions, by Block, patent; . ; Billiard Balls, Composition and Ivbiv; V . Pool, " " Tips, Chalk; ' v - Pocket Castings with leathers, aud; fringe fe: complete; X. ";; Pocket nettings, fringe and leathers; - -Bubber covers: Court Plaster, green and black; . Now stylo chalk holders; v , Triangles: Shake balls and leather bottles; .'- - tK. Pool pins; " s ' Markers, etc., etc. The above goods have been purchased at reducod raios,. and the undersigned is now prepared to do any and ail kinds of BILLIARD TABLE WORK ' V at reasonable rates with dispatch. Also new and seooad hand Billiard and Pool Tables for Sale. Please apply to J. P. BOWEN, Perry Block, Hotel St. Honolulu CONSTANT LINE OF SCHOONERS Ample Oprliity for ALL ! Owing to onr constantly increasing business aud the great- demand of an appreciating community, we have con cluded to offer an opportunity to all parties having capital. Onr LLNE of SCHOONEES mav be seen "lidin over the BAR filled to Jheir utmost carrying capacity with clear, cool and invigorating Fredericksburg 3 At-the "Anchor Saloon." To accommodate our Yast Fleet of Schooners, wehave built a fine large Befrigerator regardless of cost. Is the only place where a Cool Glass of Fredericksburg Beer on draught can bo had in Honolulu. Step forward gentlemen, 2sOW'S tho Time. , ocM 3m Long Branch. BATHING Establishment. This First-class Bathing Besort has been enlarged and is now open to the public. It is the best place on tho islands to enjoy a bath and there is no better place to lay off. Special accom modations for Ladies. Tramcars pass the door every halt hour and on Saturdays and Sundays ever fifteen minutes. C. J. SHERWOOD Proprietor. TO-NIGHT ! WE WILL-SSrjSS-BE THERE THE ARLINGTON Billiard Parlors Hotel Street, Honolulu. WILL OPEN THIS EVENING EVERYBODY WELCOME White & Hopkins, Proprietors. ' HARRISON BROS., ExT CONTEACTOK3 AXD BUILDERS, 203 Fort St., Honolulu. iCmpire Saloon, JAMES OLDS, Pjsofrietor. Fine Wine, Liquoift Beep, ALWAYS OS HAND. Comer Xnnann and Hotel Ftreets W. S. LUCE "Wine and Spirit Merchant Campbell Fire-proof Block, MERCHANT ST. , HONOLULU MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORESLOSTJKE. In accordance vritb the provisions ct z certain mortgage, made by C ALAPAI to Isahbella A Achi, dated October 5, 18&. ., recorded in Liber 143, page 248; notice hereby given that tho Mortgagee intends to foreclose the same for conditions broken, to 'sit: non-payment of principal. Notice' is likewise piven that after the expiration of three -s-eeks frosi the date of this notice, tho property conveyed by said mortgage will be advertised for sale at pub lic auction, at th auction rooms of Im. F Morgan, in Honolulu, on MONDAY, the 20th day of November, 1S03, at 12 neon of said day. Further particulars can be bad of Wm. C Achi, Attorney at Law. Dated Honolulu, October 25, 1SOT. ISSABELLA A. ACHI, Mortgagee. The premises covered by said mortgage, consist of: All those premises situated at Kapalaata, Hoholulu, Oihu. and more particular de scribed in a partition deed betcen Vf C Achi and said C Alapai, recorded in liber 125 page 1; containing an area of l-)0of an acre; and being a part of those preauee? known as Apana 1 described in Boyal Pat ent, number 63 , granted to Eeiiirreeina. oct. 2S-3w