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Steamships leave for snd arirve from San Francj&co, on the following dates, till the close of 1S08. J.EAVS. DO-VDUJinlDOE AT HOXOLCUT tor Sax Fkaxcisco. Fit. Sax Francisco Mosotrai Nov. 23 oonTer Dec. 2 Warrimoo, from Tan- i Oceanic Dec. 4 convert. . . Nov. 23 Anstralia Dec. 9 China .7... Nov. 27 3lanposa Dec. MjAustralia Dec 2 iiaramw, ior an-j.-ua meua vec'JZ conver......Jan. 1'Arava from Van City Teking. . .Jan. 2 con ver J)ec. 23 Australia Jan. G Oceanic Dec. 20 Australia Dec. SO jWarriraoo, from Vao - j oouvor Jan.23 Departures. Tuesday, Dec. 5. OiOSS Oceania Smith, for San Pran oisco. ' Slmr Kinau, Clarke, for Muni ami Haxrai'.1 Stmr Wnintflle. Symthe, for Lulmiiia and Hnrnakoa. Stoir Claudiiic, Cameron, for Hani only. Stmr MiknbnU, Cluiusy. for Kanai. Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, for Kanai. Vessels in Port. H B 3I's S Champion, Hooke. USS Alnm, Xelspu. U S S PhilatWpliia, Parker. Ger Bk J. C. PilnRw. Br sou Norma, Yokohama. Haw bt HP Bithct Morrisou, S F. CASS Miowera, repairing. Br bk Duke of Argyle. Golightly, N Gastle. Am bktno Wrestler, Bergniann. N Castle. Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, S F. Am bk Albert,GriffithK, S F. Am bk Enoch Talbot, Nanaimo. Am bkt Amelia, Wanl, the Sound. Am bkt Irmgartl, Schimdt, S F. Am bk Alden Bese, Friis, S F. Foreign Vessels Expected. This List does not Include Steamrs vessels. where from. dne. Am bk Marthn Davis. . ..Boston Dec 20 Ger bkNnntilus Liverpool. .Dec SO Br schr Yillata Liverpool Jan 10 H Hackfnld sld Sept 25).L,pool..Dec 25411 AmbkCD Bryant S F Nov 27 Ger bk Galveston Hongkong. .Nov 7-12 Am bkt Planter S F Nov 15 Am bkt Discovery S F Nov 2S Am schr Alice Cooko. .Pt Blakely. .Dec 25 Haw sh John En 11 N S V "Nov 15-22 Haw sh Hawaiian IsIes.N S W. ..Nov 19-26 Ger sh Terpsichore ....NSW... .Nov 20-30 Am bkt S G Wilder S F .Dec S Am bk Ceylon SF Dec 15 Am bk S N Custle S F Dec 12 Haw bk Helen Brewer (sld Nov) N Y Mar 1-5 LOCAK NEWS. The Hawaiian National Band at the Hotel this evening. Isaac Cockett arresied fc having opium in possession was fiued 250. Ho is not a Portu guese. J. E. Gomes, arrested for having not prosecuted. He is a Portu- guese. The baud of the U. S. P. S. Philadelphia gave a concert at the Hawaiian Hotel yesterday! afternoon. Tho annexation and the P. Gr. cliques, represented by the Star and 'Tiser, are now loud in their denunciations and abuse of Pres ident Cleveland and his Bep resentative at Hawaii. Gaptain J. Stott was a passen ger bu the- Arawa to Victoria yesterday. It is probable that he will return and continue in com mand of the steamer Miowera. The Star's dirty innuendo to the contrary. Tailor Ammei of Columbus,. O., writes to tailor Martin of Hono lulu, and says "No, Sir, T am no Royalist" Presuming that tailor Annuel has furnished the P. G.'s with all their uniforms and Milit ary accoutrements and looking for further orders, he would be a fool to acknowledge that he was a lioyalist. In fact, no one here cares, whether he is or not. . Mihs Afoag xk1 Commander "VyTiitingr-TJ. S. !N. will be united in marriage this evening. The ceremony will be at the Central Union Church. A reception will be held at the residence of the bride's mother later. About two weeks ago, a Chinese firm received a draft of 300 on the Finance Department. .Up to yesterday, although, after several visits- to that Department, they Jiaye not been to collect the 0101103-. Such is the report. A strange proceeding with such a large Ijalance in the tretsnry. P. G. prowlers now dress in Holokns. One of them hanled up his skirts the other" evening to ruu up one of the streets leading off ELing street ,.lo get away from an inquisitive spectator. Ho gave himself dead away. A gentleman at the Hotel, was reading tha Holoiota the other day, when Dr. Uniform accosted him by swing, that ho was not reading the proper paper, "that paper is oii the wrong side, 5' says the Doctor. The Doctor was very politely informed that it "was none of his business." Served him right.' Tho latest "fad" in stationery now- is, that of appropriating what does not belong to you. Several school children children of parents who belong to the P. G. gang are hiking stationery paper and envelopes to school that are impressed with the Boyal coat-of-arms, and the late King's private monogram. Some stvle. Honors to Captain H. Togo and the Officers of the ISanrwa. The prominent Japanese resi dents of this city, entertain the Japanese naval officers at the Hawaiian Hotel this evoninj The musical programme as be low, will be rendered by -the Hawaiian National Band: . 1. ilarch "Distaut Greeting" Doling 2. Overture "Cosmoplitan" (new) .. .-. Prendiville 3. -Duet "PDne Fosearis" (new) Verdi 4. Seleclion "Trovadore" (new) Verdi So.ngs. 5. Comet Solo "Preitv Jano'' fuew) ..; .Hartmann G. "Waltz "Hawaiian" (new) .Libornio 7. Daruca "La Puloma" Yradier S. JLirch "Kainlftiu": . Libornio "Japanese Anthem." "Hawaii Ponoi." Great Britain Will. Not Inter fere. There were some statesmen to-day who were .vigorously de claiming that the United States had been hoodwinked and was playing into the hands of Great Britain. The young Princess, now in England and who was in this country last spring, was sure to bo the queen, under England's assistance in time. Her ascendency-to the throne they asserfrd, would give ,England predomin ance hvcommercial relations aud would result in the Uniied States being practically barred out. There was not an iota of founda tion for these statements. In the first instance Great Britain knew of what action the United States Government contemplated with reference to Hawaii, and through Sir Julian Pattncefolo assured Secretary Gresham that England would not interfere with any move the United States, tnight make. No one connected with the United States Government has ever believed that the restor ation of the Queen and the possi bility of the young Princess succeeding her wonld affect the relations between the islands and hthe United States, or that Great Britain would be favored one way or another. " A valuable report on ihe rela tions of the United States with. Hawaii, prepared by the . State Department and transmitted to Congress, shows that from an early date the policy of the Unit cd States has been constantly and consistently declared Wgaiust any foreign aggression inimicublo to the necessarilr ?aramount rights and interests of the Amer iean people ' -there. Baltimore Sun. The Hawaiian Islands. V country Few .persons in this will allow themselves to become excited over 'the administration's decision vto allow the natives of th Hawaiian Islands to rule themselves. There may bo some who think a grave mistake has been made and that the govern ment has lost a' good opportunity for extending American influence in- the Pacific, but will it be generally admitted that neither Mr. Cleveland nor Mr. Gresham has-been actuated by any other motive than to do strict justice to all concerned. The matter is one tho importance of whicb has been unduly magnified. America can get along very com fortably without the islands and so long as no other nation inter feres with them there is no reason why the should not be let alone. The administration at any rate deserves credit for not adopting the greedy and unjnst policy of England and German toward barbarous semi-civilized coun tries. Chicago. News. Ilcpresenlative Dockcrj's Views. ''Bepresentative Dockery, of Missouri, in talking of the mat ter to-dar. presented an idea that seems to have been lost sigh of by the men who have criticised the administration for having anTthing to do with restoring a monarchy under any circum stances. Mr. Docker said: "I don't want to have anything to say as to tho propriety' of the action of the.adminsstration until I know alljbe facts upon which it was based. There is one thing bowever, that ought not to be lost sight of, that the form of govern ment involved has nothing what ever tu do with the justice of the case. There is a good deal of sentimental opposition to the United States being a party to the restoration of a monarchy, no matter whether it was previously overthrown by the agents of this government or not. This, how ever, Las nothing to do with the case. It is none of our business what form of government any in dependent country sets up. It is a matter with which the people of that- con d try are alone con cerned. 2?ow, snppose that in a country with a republican form of government a minister of the United States, with the help of the armed forces of this 'govern ment, should overturn the repub lic and set up a monarchy, would not the people of the United St-ttes insist that the work should be undone and the republic shonld be restored? There is no difference in the principle involved in this case, if it is true that the officials of the United. States did overthrow the existing govern tut-nt or assist in its overthrow. The form of that government has nothing whatever to do with tho case." Baltimore Sun. Land and Trade Monopolists. . One pha'se of' the Hawaifan af fair which has been but slightry touched upon in the many nows. pnper articles on tho subject which have appeared during the p-tst fewL days; is the false posi- j ti-m in which President Harrison i was plaqed in connection with the change of dynasty. Mr. Harrison was really the victim of a gross deception. His under standing of the .condition of af fairs at Honolulu, was based en tirely on tho reports of Minister Stevens, who represented that a revolution had occurred, that the people of Hawaii had voluntarily deposed their qneen and erected a provisioual government, and that, in conformity with estab lished international policy, he had officially recognized the new ly installed authorities. The truth is that there was no revolution in Hawaii, except what was conducted by a troop of United States marines, acting under orders from Stevens,' and that the so-called revolutionary party consisted only of a handful of land and trade monopolists desirous of booming their busi ness by securing the annexation of Hawaii to" the United States. Had Mr. Harrison been re elected, in all probability he would have sought to repair tho wrong done tho Hawaiians by whatever means la in his power. As it is, the onus of reparation rests upon President Cleveland and only the most unreasonable of critics will claim that tho President is not honestly doing his best to vindicate the reputa tion of the United States for fair dealing in its relations with inferior powers. (Pittsburgh Leader.) Hawaii and Texas. The esteemed Tribune thinks that because the United Stales stole T xas, slaughtered thousands of M-xicans in a war 0 conquesfand fiuished up its bloody freebooting scheme by robbing the conquered of all thtir possessions north of the Ro Grande, therefore it should ri'iw steal Hawaii. Tiiis is one way of arguing from precedent, but f ;rtunately for the fame of this country that precedent stands iso luted and alone and is utterly con detuned by the practice of our G 'vernment on all other occasions as well as by our historians?. Chi cago Journal. BOCGII OX 1MLLAS. Said a Harlem woman to a fe- ma'e friend: "You should make your husband q-.wfc chewing tobacco. If you tell him to quit it, he will give it up I suppose r "Yes, if I' ask him to, bat I am not going to ask him lo quit chew ing tobacco." "When, he kisses you doestn't th. taste of tobacco .make you sici?" - . Yes, but I want him to keep on chewing. He kisses three or four other women, and the tobacco makes them sicker than it does me.'' Royal HaAvaiian f Opera House ! L. J. Levj Lessae M. L. M. Plunkett, Manager i Thursday - Evening, December 7, 1S93. FIRST APPEARANCE -of the Grand Opening Concert of thV above celebrated artists in choica salectlous, including tha Great Duet "prom the Opess or jfeniaB in which those gifted Art;sfs caused such a groat furore at th Opera House in' S.-m Fmncistco. before an audience of 3.'20O per sons. - Popular prices. Box plan opea on Wednesday morning, at L. J. Levy's at 9 o'clock. d V . . . Christmas Presents' The undersigned beg leave to call the attention t a large As sortment of tasteful and elegant. Jewelry, suitable for Chiistinas Presents. Hawaiian Flag Pins. in different sizes. Jbiawaiian J ewelry. a specialty. If voir want to buy an elegant and at the same time an inexpen sive Christmas Present, call around and inspect my stock THOS. LIKDSAY. . Mclnerny Utook, Fort St. Honolulu deel tf Ooaclb. Xjln.e to WAIKIXi PARK ans ouci Diamond flead TIME TABLE. Leave Sans Sonci. 7.50 A.M. 10 12 Noon 2 P.M. 4 " G.S0" 9 " Leave Corner Fort & King Sts. .... 9 A.M. .... 11 " .... LP.M. .... 3.10 PJL .... 5.10 " .... iT.SO " .... 10 Fares to P.ifle Range, 5 ets; WniKiki, li cU; Sans Siuci nnd Diamond Hand, IS cU; Bound trip, 25 eta; Children nnder li years, half price. n027 ti W0 CHAN & Co. Mierclmnt Tailor Eing street, Thomas Block,, next- door to Holomua office. All Suits Guaranteed to Fit, and . IN THE LATEST STYLE. Clothes Cleaned and BepairetL no'M KWOHG SHG CHOKG t-ML Oon.txa.ctoz &c Bu.ild.er We also keep oa hand Bedsteads, f4ATTRASSES, ' Tables. Bookcases. -Mirrors Etc, at the lowest market prices 3So. 216 King st.. 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