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Foreign Hail Service.
Steamships prill I care for and arrve
from San Francisco and other foreign
porta, on or about the following dates,
till the close of ISO.
Leave Ho.votcuriDuB at Hosotcxc
tor Sa.v Francisco,
Fa. S.v- Fbascisco
Oity-Pelrfng. . .Jan. S.Anstraha Vec. M
Australia Jan. Gjllariposa.... Jan. IS
Monowai Jan. lliWammoo, from Van
Australia Feb. 3' oonver Jan. 23
Alameda Feb. 8 Australia .... Jan. 27
Oeeanic Feb. 12Catna.. "D',l
Australia liar. 3,lIooowai.
Mariposa Mar. Australia
China liar. 26
Australia liar. 31
Monowai ...... Apr. 5
Alameda liar 3
China Apr. 17
Gealic May 14
Australia.... Apr. 21
Moiowai.... May 10
Australia May 19
Alameda June 7
Australia Hay 20
Marlnosa May 31
Monowai June 25
Australia Juno 16
Anstralia July 21
Mariposa July 5
Alameda July 20
Australia Juiy i
Mariposa . .
.Auk. IS Monowai
Australia Aug. 11
Australia Sopt. 15,
Alameda. . . . Aug. 31
Monowai.... Sept. 20;
Australia Sept. 3
Hanposa . . . .Sept. J8
Australia Oct. S
Monowai Oct. 25
Vessels in Port.
H B M's S Champion, Rooke.
tJ S S Adams, Nelson.
XI S S Philadelphia, Barker.
II I J M'fi S Nauiwa, Togo, Japan
Ger Bk J. C. Pfluger, ".Volters, Bremen.
Br soli Norma, Walker.
CASS Miowem, Sydney, en route Van
Am bkt Wrestler, Bergmann, N Castle.
Am bk S C Alien, Thompson, S F.
Am bkt Amelia, Ward, Puget Sound.
Am bkt Irmgard, Schmidt, S P.
Am bkt S G Wilder, McNeill, S P.
Bark C D Bryant, Jacobsen, S P.
Am bk Planter, Dow, S P.
Haw bk Mauna Ala, Smith, S F.
Am bkt Geo C Perkins, Mans, S F.
Am bk Colusa, Backus, Departure Buy.
Am bk S N Castle, Hubbard, S F.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
This List does not Include Steamers
vessels, where from. duo.
Ger bk Galveston Hongkong. .Nov 7-12
Haw sh John Enrt NSW... .Nov 15-22
Haw sh Hawaiian IslcsJS S W. . .Nov 19-20
Ger sh Terpsichore ....NSW... .Nov 20-30
Am sch Alice Cooke.. Pt Blakely..Dec25
Am bkt Discovery S F Dec 9
Am bk Martha Davis... .Bostou Dec 20
Gerbk Nautilus Liverpool.. Deo 30
AmbktSkakit Port Gamble.. Deo 2(5
Gerbk 11 Hackfeld....L'vpool..Jan 10-1G
Br schr Villa ta. . . . Liverpool Jau 5-17
Am bkt Marv Winkelman. .NS W. .Jan 3-5
Ger bk J C 6lado. . . Liverpool Mar 1-10
Haw bkHelon Brewer... N Y... Feb 24-23
LOCAL NEWS .
Tho flags wqvo frooly flying to
thanorth-enst trades this morning.
Tlio stroot cleaning contingent
of tho Government is doing ex
cellent appreciable -work.
Do not forgot tho performance
b the Hawaiian National Band
this ovomng at the Hotol grounds.
Tho latest addition to tho
Morioiuai list are Dr. Benjamin
Friedlandor and Hon. 0. "W. Ash
ford. Tho American, so-called, Lea
gue, should not confound tho
17th of January with tho 17th of
The influouza has taken its de
parture. Tears are no longer so
copiously shed and speech is
The steamer Monowai irom tho
. Colonies for San Pr&ucisco. was
not telephoned as the Holoxua
wont to press.
"Dick" Day is still in durance.
His case of embezzlement will lie
before Judge Bobertson on
3r. Prank Pratt, ex-Hawaiian
Consul General atSanPraacieoo,
is reported as biag in a vry
poor state of health.
It i no a settled fact that the
6choor Kara will il for
Paatriiig I1ikL She ited
ikfc aiteroou hariag m a puna
ge Mr. David Greig om of tk
oyttfers of itlftftg.
14 J5 16j 17 IS
21 22 23j2 25
30! 31 ! .
A shark! A shark! xaj shekels )
for a shark!' is the err of the!
local agent of the Hawaiian ex
hibit at the 3Xidwiater Pair.
The brutal assault case of the j
"bad man," Perreira has been
continued until Tuesday of next
ilr. "Billv" Sheldon the form
er strong P. G. supporter is
reported as having been received
from further duty at Kahulni
Mrs. Vina King the hard hit
ter on the harder head of Geo.
"Washington will appear to-morrow
for trial before Judge
The usual monthly meeting of
the Honolulu Ice Co., was held
yesterday afternoon at the office
of Mr. T. Vf. Hobron. The re
sults Shown were satisfactory.
The Hawaiian Electric Light
Co., hope to have their customers
happy, in a flood of light and
with ample motor power, this
evening. Success is wished by
The Honolulu Cricket Club will
hold their meeting on tho 23rd
inst. at the Hotel,
dance is desired
made in advance.
A full atten
as tho date is
Lawyer A. L, Carter presented,
and carried to a successful issue
a civil case, in the Police Court
yesterday. Hon. C. W. Ashford
was the opposing attorney.
Tho skiff stolen "or stra3ed,"
from Mr. Pred Harrison, has
been cast- up, again, by the
water, and is now in the posses
sion of the owner. $5 and costs.
A well deserved compliment to
a painstaking artiste would bo
shown by a benefit to Miss Bose
Albu. Tho suggestion is spon
taneous and has no motive power
but that of appreciation.
"Spy alley" is the popular
appellation given tho entrance
to tho rear of tho "Waikiki side
of tho Central Union Church, on
account of it being the rendez
vous for the people of that ilk.
Mr. G. P. McLood bookkeeper
of the Metropolitan Moat Market,
was married to Miss Virginia
Gillilaud, last evening, at tho
residence of Mr. E. Paxon Bis
hop. His 'Lordship the Bishop
of Panopolis officiated.
Kerosene oil is now quoted,
by Chinoso dealers, at $3:25 per
case. Tho prico at which "mis
sionary" houses sell, to favored
customers, is . known and the
information is very useful,1 for
Mr. C. Johnson the chief
carpenter in the employ of the 1. 1.
S. S. Co, was accidentally, and yen
bacFly, injured this afternoon by
reason of a sliver of timber being
pushed in his groin. Competent
attendance at the Queen's Hospital
has permitted the removal of the
injured man to his residence.
The utter failure of tho Adver
tiser as an honest reflex of local
happenings was most noticeably
presented this morning. "Wore it
not that tho Christmas season
had passed it would bo easily
supposable that its writers were
practisingin writing "fairy" tales,
Music has the power to touch
the feelings of those "to the manner
born" will be discoursed this
this evening by the popular play
ers who comprise the Hawaiian.
K&tional Band. The general pub
lic, strangers as well as old resi
dents, are pronusea a concert, a
musical concert, and should be
pretest if they love music
1. Marek "Col bkGm
JL QsEMtStfe 4,Ua Srt &'Xmm
4. "lUTOAtx .afs ....LMKtriue
S. DM-T Dw AHMr:..
THAT DAMNABLE PLOT.
H. 'A. JTJE1T VS. 32. Cx.
An Open Letter..
Mr. E. G. Hitchcock:
Since the publication of my
statement in which I disclosed
the schemes which resulted in
the dynamite episode on Miller
Street, and in the threatening
placard on the gate of Clans
Spreckels' residence, I have
waited patiently to hear that you,
the Marshal of the country, whom
I publicly have accused of being
aware of the plots referred to and
of smothering the truth had come
forward and either denied the
allegations made or offered some
explanation to the people of Ha
waii who now is wondering what
kind of a man and an official you
You have seen fit to appear in
print, and without specification
but on general principles called
me a liar and a man in whom
ypa reposed no connaenco.
When you speak about mp in
that manner, I consider it neces
sary to refresh your memory as
your own veracity seems to oe
very much open to doubts. Ton
deny that you ever offered me
the position of Deputy-Sheriff of
Maui. Did you not tell one of
your prominent officers that you
were going to send me out of
town? Did you not tell him the
reasons why yout intended to do
so? Did you not tell me to pre
pare myself to go to Maui at a
certain time and at the same time
told others behind my back that
I was not going to get the job?
And did you not on the day when
my affidavit was published in the
Holomua send one of your pro-
men to me and ask me to drop it?
I am ready to substantiate what
am saying, Mr. Marshal; can
you say tue samef
Your other remarks that you
never reposed confidence in'me
is equally surprising. When the
expedition to Kalalau was being
prepared, I was the first man
who volunteered to go. Did you
not in the presence of the Deputy-
Attorney-General state that you
desired me to remain in town,
because you needed someone here
that you could depend on? A
remarkable way in which to show
your want of confidence I "When
you promised me the Deputy
Sheriffs office on Maui, did you
have no confidence in me? A
remarkable head of a department
you must be Mr. Marshal ! When
yoiTand W. O. Smith, even after
my dismissal by you from the
force, signed a commission for me
as a mernber of the Citizen's
Guard you seem at least to have
had sufficient confidence in me to
allow meiohave foughtforyou, or
you would hardly have furnished
mo with a commission, badge,
arms ana ammunition, what
ever you may think about mo the
leaders of the Provisional 'Gov
ernment evidently had sufficient
confidence in me when the govern
ment was in its infancy and you
were snugly lying back in Hilo
waiting 'for developments be
cause you risked your precious
neck in Honolulu, because I was
the man whom they trusted with
the Polick Guards on the first
night of the revolution, but as I
say that was before you arrived
on the scene and found thatP was
"unworthy of confidence and a
liar." Ihave received tho following
letter from you and complied with
Honolulu. Dec. loth, 1893.
H. A. Jaen Esq.
Sir: You are hereby requested
to at once deliver to Mr. Geo.
Green, the bearer, the rile and
iOjrounds of amsunltion deliver
ed to you as one of the "ciiuen's
Yoti'areaLo requested to hand
yosr Poiiee Ooasaaiseioft giv
yoa as member of lite citieW
guard to Mr. Green as' ike stie
has beaa cancelled. '
Mr, Qrdfi is authorised io W
job k reeetiHk for the rifU a ad
O E. G. HrrcHCOcx.
Marshal, Haw. Isl.
Yes, Sir, I complied with yoar
demand and P only desire So call
your attention to the fact that the
rifle which. I returned to you was
the one with which I turned
out. tho first man, on the 17th of
January 1S93, icAife you and
yuor clique tcere out of Sight,
and all to help you to climb into
a position higher than any of you
heretofore have held in this
country or ever will hold again.
You say that 1 came begging
for work of you. I never begged
in my life Mr. Marshal, but X
am not ashamed to work when
work is obtainable and I believe
that the men- who took their
chances in supporting those high
in authority now are entitled to
some consideration. You evident
ly think differently. You finish
your slurs and insinuations
against me by the wholly
irrelevant statement that I
abused my sick wife. That lie
is simply the fruit of the bitter J
vindictiveness which you feel
towards mo, because I did not
hesitate in telling the truth and
proving to the world, what kind
of man it is that our immaculate
government clothes with high
authority. Yon know nothing of
my dead wife or my relations to
her,'but you do not hesitate in
speaking from hearsay, and pub
lish for facts, anything that might
tell against me and soothe your
"Christian spirit. "
I shall not occupy more of the
valuable space of the Holojtua,
but only add a letter from the
American League of which
I .was one of -the organ
izers and of which I was an
officer, which may provo to the
world that truth is not welcome
even among men who boast of
being free Americans.
Honolulu, Dec. 15, 1S93.
H. A. Juen,
Sir: I am authorized by the
Executive Committee to notify
you that your name has been
dropped from the roll book of tho
.American League for conduct
unbecoming a member of tho
League in publishing the state
ment that you did through tho
columns of a BoTalist paper.
Bespt. yours, C
W. D. Hamilton,
Whenever now, Mr. Marshal,
you shall' find it convenient to
bring forward tho proofs of the
accusations, you havo seen fit to
make against me you shall find
me ready to meet you on all and
every point. Until then I can
only brand your unsubstantiated
statements as malicious false
hoods. I am yours etc.
Hexrt A. Juilv.
Honolulu, Jan. 11, 1894.
The . Phonograph is kept busy
by the many visitors both old and
young who enj03 listening, to
both the old and new songs.
When? in -the course of events,
it becomes necessary for a news
paper 'reporter to make mention of
the dissolution of ties which have
bound any member of this mun
dane sphere to. this earth, earthly;
it is generally with feelings which
are somewhat in touch with those
who are associated with a3 relations,
or even friends, of the dear de-
arted. On a late occassion, one in
humble sphere, became the byword
of the public on account cf the
notoriety attached to it by its being
an innocent participant in a naval
imbroglio. To-day, sad to say
that poor, innocent creature, is
dead I It will never be known as
the - oat that that came back
for.theuMarine Cat" is buried.
3ST otary OPablic.
Collector and General Bmimm
ISy&rAGENT jr uttral of
the ieW firt Iwmrancc Cm.
- TFanjlwimf aimai:- If n a falsi W
A dvariisem exits
"Wine arid Spirit
Campbell Fire-proof Mock,
MERCHANT ST-.. HONOLULU
Importer and Commission
J. & P. Coats Machine Tiread.
Jonas Brooks' Macliina Thread
"Earbonr'd Linen Thread
P. O. Box 35S. Mutual Telephone 356 1
LEWIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
FRESR CALIFORNIA. SALMON ON ICE
Br Every Ban Francisco Steamer.
Salt Salmon in Barrels . ..
' ' .
in Fori St., Honolulu. TcL 240,
P. O. Box 207.
This Pirst-class Bathing Posort
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 off. Special accom
modations for Ladies. Tramcars
pass the door every half hourand
on Saturdays and Sundays every
C. J. SHERWOOD ,
Chas. T. Mick
Por the Island of Oahu.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
to Labor Contracts.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licen
ses, Honolulu, Oahu. .
Agent for the Haw'n Islands of
Put & Scott s Preight
and Parcels Express.
Agent for the Baxlington Boaie.
MJ&ff Mir ill OwH Aifti
" Bell Tel. 348; Mut Tel.
139; P. 0Box415.
OFFICE: Ko.t 38 3BBCHA3T
Siri. Hoaoittli, 1,
H. MAY, & Co.,
9SPort Street, - Honolulu
PamiliesPlantations and Ships
supplied with choicest
j European & American Groceries
California Produce by Every
JOST BECEIVED from JAPAN
Several Kind of
Latest Style of Shirts
in different qualities.
Effttf Ajjontment of poUGBl&in
Tea Sots a Specialty
Jnnaneso Lanterns nnd manv
Curios suitablo for Christmas
411 KING STKEET, nouolnlu.
Telephones,- Bell 474. P.O. Box 3SC.
Mutual s-k. nou tm
OF ALL STYLES,
IN THDL ATEST PATTERNS.
Hand Sewing Eaciiines,
tSTAR With tteatesi iaproTesU'X3
Ax 1 0&er3scl iMrsseata.
Wines,', tiquors, Beer
A.LXAYS OK HAND, AND
ED. lOFFMIUECa I CO.
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