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Steamships will leave for and arrive from San Francisco, on the followinc dates, till the close of 1893. Leave Ho.volglciDce at Hoxoutlc toe Sax Peaxcjsco. Fh. Sax Fkaxcisco Arava lor an-lMonowai Nov. 23 COUVer DftiWammnn f-m V-,r, Oceanic Dec. 4 couver Nov. 23 Anstralia Dec. O.China Nov. 27 Mariposa Dec UlAustraKa Dec 2 Warrimoo, for Van-'AIameda Dec 22 confer Jan. 1 Arava from Tan City Peking. . .Jan. 2 conver. . . . J)ec. 23 Australia Jan. G.Oceanie Dec. 20 (Australia Dec 30 I . ... Warrimoo, from Van couver Jan. 23 Arrivals. Wednesday, Nov. 22. H B M's S Champion, 3?ooke, from Ejui mault. Stmr Kinau, Clarke, from Hawaii and Maui. Stmr Waialeale, from Hamakua. Vessels in Port. H Jl M's S Champion, Ilooke. U S S Adams, Nelson. U S S Philadelphia, Parker. Ger Bk J. C. Ptluger. Br Bch Norma, Yokohama. Am sch Robert Lewers, Goodman, P T. Am Yacht Tolua, Tolna, S F. Am bgt W G Irwin, Nelson. S F. Haw bk B P Bithet Morrison, S F. Nor bk Beaconsfield, Bastiansen Castle, N S W. Am schr C S Holmes, Johnson, Port Townsend. Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, S F. Am bk Albert,Griffiths, S F. Am bk Enoch Talbot, Nanaimn. Am bkt Amelia, Ward, the Sound. Am bkt Irmgard, Schimdt, S F. Am bk Alden Besse, Fnis, S F. Foreign Vessels Expected. This List does not Include Steamrs vessels. ' where from. due. Am bk Martha Davis... .Boston Deo 20 Ger bk Nautilus Liverpool.. Dec 30 BrschrViUata Liverpool Jan 10 H Hackfeld (sld Sopt 23).L'poolDec 25-31 Schr IIaleakala..F'nning's Id Nov 15 Am bkt Wrestler. ...N S W Oct 29 Br bk Dnko Argyle N S W Nov 10 AmbkOD Bryant S F Nov 27 Gerbk Galveston Hongkong. .Nov 7-12 Am bkt Planter S F........ Nov 15 Am bkt Discovery S F. . ." Nov 23 Am schr Alice Cooke.. Pt Blakely. .Dec 25 Haw sh John Ena N S W Nov 15-22 Haw sh Hawaiian Isles.N S W. . .Nov 19-26 Gersh Terpsichore N S V....Nov 20-30 LOCAL NEWS. Who fooled detective Marmont? A Japanese war vessel is ex pected to arrive here' in a couple of weeks. The steamers Waialeale for Ha makua, and Pele for Kauai, are up to leave to-morrow. Ctesars Ghost! Two more war rants served on the same day at tae same time. Hi Yah! Mr. McStocker returned from his political tour to Maui and Ha waii this morning. His trip was ostensibl "on a tour of inspection of Custom Houses.1' It is reported, that the Govern ment buildings (now called the Judiciary buildings), are infested with the fast breeding and delight ful insect calltd the bed bug . The armed thugs, P. G. prow lers, aud representatives of the murder socifciy, still infest the streets at night, and- annoy peaceablo citizens, by 'standing' them up. Number one, of the series of Smith's libel suits was called this morning in the District Court, but, hearing was again postponed this tirao to .Friday, at 4he request of defendant's coun sel, who was not ready to pro ceed. Wan( of evidence appears to be the irouble. THE IMPENDING DANGER (?) There are strong evidences that the nominal editor of the Adver tiser, has been publishing some of his own editorials. This is a somewhat rare occurrence on the editor's (?) part, but is not the less amusing on that account. The antique Bip Yan "Winkle of the Advertiser sanctum reminds us of nothing so mnch as of Artemus Ward's comment on a performing monkey, that he was "an amnsiu' little cuss." It is difficult to suppress the incli nation to smicker when we view the mischief which our antique mend is creating among his own "forms" and in his columns. It is becoming increasingly mani fest that the party of inv maculate pretensions, (as dis tinguishedfrom practices) should gag that loquacious old party, or interdict his access to writing materials, Poor old Pip never sees a bottle of ink without an impulse to take a bath in it. The latest exploit of that journ alistic freak is nearly two columns of "hog-wash" in this morning issue, upon the much- abused "situation." It is evident that tho editor has lately emerged from a cave, another locality be yond the reach of news from Hawaii, for he gravely assures Mr. Cleveland that his proposals for a "treaty" (save the mark) "whatever they may be, will recoive the full consideration of the P. Gr." How considerate! how reassuring!! !Now let the U. S. Government dismiss its fears and its army and rest assured that tho P. G. of Ha waii intends no immediate act of aggression. "Mahalo!!-!" will snroly bo Mr. Cleveland's ex clamation when this herald of peace shall reach him. "But the piece" of editorial bric-a-brack referred to, hastens to add that "no step can be taken by' it (the P. G.) which is not fully in accord with the public sentiment which now rules, and will continue to rule in Hawaii." Yo Gods! and little fishes! Since when has "public sentiment" had a chance to "rule in Hawaii?" Our ancient friend must have been thinking of pre-revolution-ary times, when we had a con stitution, and a government adjusted by, and responsible to the "public sentiment" that he so iliadvisedly mentions. We all know that the advent of the P. G. marked the suspension of the influence of public sentiment in our government and that noth ing save the death of the P. G . will suffice to revive the fair and drooping form of "public senti ment" in our midst. But it is restful to be further assured that "there is no reason to believe tliat there is any im minent source of public disorder likely to break out here" even if wo are immediately- after in formed that this fearful prospect "is entirely because the govern ment is well armed and watchful" and that, if the loyalists "remain passive, it is only, be cause insurrection is made so plainly hopeless by the thorongh and vigilant defense maintained by the government1' 2ow, here is tho most unequivocal admis sions of tho existence of bayonet government that the 'missionary' press has yet favored ns withal, and we again call for the gagging of that garrulous old freak in the Advertiser ' office. This is the government that has been preached to the world at large as the best and most representative government the Islands have ever had. This is the same crowd who have been, by their own dictation and their own corps of monumentally truthful "commis sioners," held up to the United States Government, -Congress, press and people as the repre sentatives of a vast majority of the people of Hawaii, and of all the "truly good" people thereof. Isn't it a sweet and inspiring spectacle? An alleged govern ment covering behind sand bags, surrounded by bayonets, most of which aro wielded by ex-convicts, thugs, thieves and alien beach combers; with cannon frowning upon every approach to the public of fices; with mercenary "crooks" prowling tho streets and dogging the steps and homes of reputable and peaceful citizens, to report and magnify all their acts, and their expressions upon the con duct of tho government, with the socalled citizens reserve swarming in the moonlit streets (they are not equal to a rally in a rain storm) with all manner of fire arms and cartridges; with free speech stifled and the press at tempted to be gagged by the odious "Sedition Laws" of last January, and with executive of ficers flying into a frenzy of fear wheue'ver one of their own "crooks" Teports a Boyalist plot to restore the Queen. Who can restrain his admiration for the powers that be, or with-hold his acquiescence in their claim of being the God-appointed, Heaven-annointed preservers of" the rights and liberties of tho people? But in spite of all efforts to obscure and complicate the situ ation, tho fact remains that there exists absolutely no likelihood of any violence in Honolulu ex cept such as shall bo precipit ated by the minions of the P. G. The loyalists, which term in cludes all who are lo3Tal to con stitutional forms of government, as opposed to an irresponsible and usurping dictatorship, have waited more than ten months for a redress of their grievances, and will continue to wait until the United States shall take final action in the premises, without a resort to force. The Walists, relying up on the enlightened justice which has at all times animated the American Government (except during Harrison's "reign,") are confident that no resort to force will ever become necessary on their part, in order to secure a restoration of Constitutional Government in Hawaii. The Star roan is now busying himself forming cabinets. It is needless for him rto do that, he might save himself a good deal of worry and labor, because in all pro bability his opinion will not be asked or considered. Gentlamen who honestly have the welfare of the Bawaiian3 at heart; will most likely be those who will be consul ted. He had better put in his spare time attending to his libel suits. ' The "Brave" Men. Editor Holomca: For sometime past, the talk of the town has been, "what the present government would do, were the naval forces to land for the purpose of restoring the Monarchy. ' ' They will resist any such attempt says one; they are going to fight s&ys another; they will not do anything of tho kind, speaks up another per son; Mr. W. W. Hall said last Thursday to a representative of the Advertiser that "There will be a big row here if that policy is carried out. But I can't believe it." It might be as well for the Tiser to announce the policy of this government in that respect. It will perhaps make it easier for the United States Government to act in tho matter. It might save complications. This government might be better treated in that case when tho time for action arrives. Tho Tiser might also state, how many men this government could placed in tho field, should it become necessary to do so. From tho statements of some of tho members of their military force, it is not likely that much of a" force could be obtained, for the reason as they say that 'we have not enlisted to fight the United States." That is no doubt true. Any talk of resist ance is bosh. Observer. Tho arrival of the Champion aflbrds the present government an opportunity to show this com munity, that it is "lawfully and legally acknowledged by eveiy other government having rela tions with it." The following persons went to Maui and Kauai yesterday. For Maui J WColville,Mrs CHealey, Miss Silva, and S Ahmi. For Kauai J C Lane, Miss Laurita Kaae, Mrs Kai Hong and child, J McQueen, H C Norton, C H Bis hop, Master Lane, and E L Kauai. If the present government had spent less money on its useless mi litary "force", and put the new market into shape, the present fish market need not now be used for that purpose, or for the breeding of "scourges of death." Those two P. G. prowlers, who stand in tho shadow of tho large treo at tho corner of the first bridge on Xuuanu Avenue, should bo in thoir beds at night, instead of being on the street making fools of themselves. The steamers Monowai from San Francisco, and Warrimoo from Vancouver are due to arrive to morrow en route to the Colonies. News to the lGth. instant will be received. The Monowai may pos sibly be a day or so late, being de tained for the English mails. The following passengers arriv ed this .morning by the Kinau from Hawaii and Maui: From the Yolcano. W Peake, E E Becker, C M White, F B Mc Stocker. From war ports. Geo Deacon, W Berlowitz, A Hood, Geo Chalmers, wife and o child ren, Mrs E G Hitchcock, E B Giffard, Henry Hall, Akana, wife and 2 children, Miss Lewis, B F Lange, Jas Eenton, L Asen, T H Davies, Geo Davies, Akona, B Weeding, Dr Kronecker, Miss A Walker, Miss Bella Walker, Chas Heffenaan, T B Kevworth, Miss Parke, and 59 on deck. Cargo. 306 bags spuds, 36 bags corn, 99 bags sugar, 195 hundles hides, 1 bundle goat skins' 10 horses, 21 hogs and 109 pkg3,sundries. BRUCE & A. J. GARTWRIGHT Bcsicess of a Fiduciary Nature Transacted. Prompt attention given to tho management of Estates, Gnardbnships. Trusts, etc, etc., etc Omces, ; Cartwrigkt Buildtng Merchant Street, Honolulu. CITY MEAT MARKET Oppo. Queen Emma Hall. Established 1SS3. JOS. TINKER, FAIfllLYSaBUTCHER Maker of the Celebrated Cambridge Pork Sausage ! Try Them. Meat Delivered to Any Part of the City and Suburbs. Mutual Telephone Number 2S9. Long Branch BATHING Establishment. This First-class Bathing Besoxt has been enlarged aud is now open to tho public. It is tho best place on tho islands to enjoy a bath and there is uo bettor place to lay off. Special accom modations for Ladies. Tramcars pass the door every half hour and on Saturdays and Sundays ever fifteen minutes. C. J. SHERWOOD Proprietor. LEWIS & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers AXD PEOYISION DEALERS. FRESH CALIFORNIA SALMON ON ICE By Every San Francisco S (earner. Salt Salmon" rx Barrels a Specialty. hi Fori St., Honolulu. TeC. 240, P. O. Box 297. Eewarcl. A Postal Savings Bank Book No. 465 has been lost at my resi dence during this month. Who ever finds it and returns same at my residence at Heeia. Koolau poko, Oahu, or at the law office of Jas. K. Kaulia, in Honoluln, will receive a reward. Mrs. Mikala Kaullv. Honoluln, Oct. 23, 1893. oct23 lm Chas. T. Mick NOTARY PUBLIC For tho Island of Oahu. Agent to Take Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts. Agent to Grant Marriage Licen ses, Honolulu, Oahn. Agent for the "Haw'n Islands of Prrr & Scott's Freight ' and Parcels Express. Agent for the Burlington Eonte. Real Me Broker aniGwl Aat "Roll Tfil. 348 r fnf TVl. 139; P. O. Box 415. OFFICE: So. 3S MEECHANT Street, Honolulu, H. L t