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j Janoary 23.
Foreign. Mail Service.
Steamships will'leave for and arr've
from San Francieoo aad other foreign
jmia) otf or about the following dates,
ttll the dose of 136 i.
Leave HosouloDoe at Honolulu
rE Sax Fn.scieoo.iFi!. Sax Fkaxctsqo
Australia Feb. &Marinosa .
Alameda Feb. yWarnmo,
Oeorak Feb. 12, araver.,
AnAralk Mar. 3, Australia .
Mariposa Mar. SCnina . .
ChtBA Mar. aWroaowai.
Asetra&i .Mar. 31 Australia.
iloaowai Apr. 5'Oceani .
Asstnlk Anr.2S!Akueda .
Akimtida May 3' Australia.
CeaKe May 14sMriposa.
AnUli My 20 China
Mtuipoaa May 31 Australia.
Ansiralia Juuo23 Mofwwai .
Moaowai Juno 2$ Ansiralia.
Atsetndta July 21 'Alameda .
AkuMxta July 2),Aatralia.
An4rftlta . . . . Aur. ISjMaripoea .
Mariposa Aug. 23; Australia.
AtwtraHn Sit. 15;Mouowai.
Moaftwai. ...Spt. 20 Australia. .
; Alameda. .
I Australia. ,
... Jan. IS
. . . Jan. 27
. . Feb. 15
... Feb. 24
. . . Mar. 15
. . Apr. 12
... Apr. 21
... May 19
. ...June 7
. . . Jnlv n
. . . Oct. 25
Jvom ft Water-Jvont.
.Vessels in Port.
II B M's S Champion, Itooke.
U S S Atlains, Kwson.
U S S Philadelphia, Barker.
0 I J M's S Naniwa, Togo, Japan
Ger 13k J. C. Filugar, Wolters, Bremen.
Am bkt Wrestler, Barguiann, N Castle.
Am bk S C Allon, Thompson, S F.
Am bkt Irraganl, Schmidt, S F.
Burk C D Bryaut. Jucobsen, S F.
Haw bk Mauua Ala, Smith, S F.
Am bkt Geo C Pcrkius, Mans, S F.
Am bk Colusa, Buokus, Departure Bay.
Am bk S X Castle, Hubbard, S F.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
(This List does not Include Steamers
vassals, whoro from. due.
Gerbl; Galveston.... Hongkong.. Xov 7-12
Haw sh John Ena NSW... .N 15-22
Haw sh Hawaiian Isles.N S W.. .Nov 10-20
Gar sh Terpsichore N S W... Nov 20-30
Am soh Alice Cooko.. Ft Blakoly..Dec 25
Am bkt Discovery S F Dec 0
Am bk Martha Davis... .Boston Deo 20
Ger bk Nautilus Liverpool. .Deo 30
AmbktSknkit Port Gamblo..Dco 26
Gerbk H Haokfeld....L'vpool.. Jan 10-10
Br solir Villata. ... Liveqxwl Jan 5-17
Am bktH.try Winkeluian. .NS W. .Jan 3-5
Ger bk J C Ulado. . . Liverpool .... Mur 1-10
Haw bkHolen Brewer... N Y...Feb21-2S
"What is so raro as, an answer
P. G. bund plays at Emma
Sqnnro this aftornoon.
now and the 17th of March.
No sicrns vot of the bark Martha
- 0 .
Davis duo hero from Boston.
Tho U. S. S. Mohican is now
fully duo from Sun Francisco.
The Central Union Ghnrch will
bo open for visitors to-morrow.
Tho Einmos' property was with
drawn . from sale. Too many
Tho bark Albert is liablo to
show up now at any moment from
Sunday service will bo held at
tho Roman Catholic and Angli
can Cathedrals to-morrow.
The Government buildings now
look as though tho Provisional
'Government had been lately
ming balls of twine.
Tho Hawaiian Electric Light
and Power, Co,, hop to make tho
initiatory shirt, this oveuing, of a
long uninterrupted run of their
Over three thousand of bun
ches" of bananas were carried
forward by the Monowai. "W. G.
Irwin & Co, shipped 56-19 bags of
sugar. Tho domestic value of
tho cargo from hero, was $22.00S.
Tho outsido walls of tho pala
tial residence of the lattj Princess
Bath on Emraa Street, now
owued at d occasionally occupiod
by Mr. O. It. Bishop, ar receiv
ing a much-needed cleaning and
Beautiful weather todf
Happy would Houolulniies btr if
politics was not a disturbing
Elder Clapp will hold forth to
Latter Day Saints at Mililani hall,
rear of the Hawaiian Opera
House to morrow at ll:lo a. m.,
and 7:30 p. m.
The correspondents were sup
plied with copies of the latest
phase of that "Damnable Plot,"
and the Holomca issue was en
Saturday's should be enjoyed
by excursion trips, over the Oahu
Railway to Bemond Grove,
Pearl City and to the great Ewa
sugar plantation and mill.
Mr. L. J. Levy, the auctioneer
sold, on Thursday a piece of laud,
situated in an alley off Port
street, belonging to the Mariano
Comacha estate for 1,050.
The funeral of the late F. S.
Pratt will take place from his
residence at Punchbowl street,
corner Palace Walk at 2:30
o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
Who has Mrs. Yina King killed
that the' Tiser should call her a
"colored murderess?" Yina will
be apt to "put a head" on the
makor of that line if she inter
Tho manner of presentation of
the King woman's case in the
Police Court yesterday afternoon
was more of a persecution than a
prosecution. The testimony of
Washington, the man hit, would
not have held tho woman.
The charge of embezzlement
against Bichard Day has been
nol prosed by consent of the
part most directly interested in
tho property lost. It is hoped
that the experience will make
him a less ardent annexationist.
Tho exhibition given at the
Yokohama Bazaar of the useful
ness aud good qualities of tho
Walcott premium kuifo was vory
satisfactory and as a result, many
of tho handy article disappeared
in the depths of pockets of ap
preciative customers. A few
Mr. H. E. Padgett who has
had tho superintendence of tho
steam-plows at Ewa Plantation is
of! for a short vacation which he
intends to make good use of by a
trip around Oahu and have a
look at other plantations and
A stray dog, looking much tho
worso for lack of care and atten
tion called at tho HoLOiruA offico
lately and intimated his objec
tions at not receiving a personal
notice Tho disreputable look of
tho cur, ho having been engaged
in some kind of a shindy, induc
ed tho advico that he go to some
park aud hide himself. The ad
vice costnothing but it was taken.
Great is tho Holomua.
National Band Concert.
Tho instrumeutal concert given
by tho Hawaiian National Band
at tho Hawaiian Hotel on Thurs
day evening last, was a grand
success in evory particular. The
weather was truly Hawaiian; air
eool, wind light, sky unclouded.
An Oriental cast of character was
given tho entertainment by the
location of tho bandsmen in the
beautiful bandstand which orna
ments the grounds and the many
colored incandescent lights added
interest to tho occasion. Tho
various pieces were well perform
ed many of them being encored.
Over three thousand people were
on tho grounds and even many
prominent P. G.'s acknowledged
that, "music hath power to sooth
tho savage breast" and graced
tho performance with their
A dogs' tailor flourishes in Paris.
This tailor is a woman, Aud in her
reception rooms Prince Bow-wow
has rugs, water bowls, and biscuit
jars to rvfresh him during his try
ing on processes. Her are the
daintiest water-colour books to
choose from, and anything from
saaiskiu to chamois is provided.
For Sunset City.
The pleasing and artistie vocal;
ists the Misses Albn, have finally
decided to leave for the Golden
Gate as their presence is there
required amid the other attrac
tions of the Midwinter Fair, at
Sunset Cit at the end of Febru
ary. They will leave by the
Australia, Feb. 3rd. Their genial
manager, Mr. M. L. M. Plunkett,
had intended and much desired
to return to the Colonies to at
tend to pressing business but
his presence was demanded as a
necessity by the Misses Albn and
Mr. Plunkett will accompany the
ladies to the Coast, on the same
The Kihau arrived this morn
ing from windward and brought
a large number of passengers.
Deputy-Attorney General Wilder,
Messers. Creigh ton, Doyle, Kane,
and other geutleraen who have
attended the session of the Cir
cuit Court in Hilo returned ta
town. A number of cases were
tried before the Circuit, mainly
consisting of violations of the
liquor law. The most prominent
case before the jury was the case
against One A. Bortfelt who was
charged with assanltwith a dead
ly weapon (a pistol) on a Japan
ese laborer. Although the de
fendant admitted - the assault and
the Japanese is crippled for life
the Hilo jury saw fit to render a
a verdict of not guilty. Ofcourse
a poor Asiaic laborer has very
small chances against a haol&
plantation luna. Another case
which gained some notoriety was
against Antono Sarrao who was
charged with larceny of 1,500
from his brother. Although the
evidence was very strong the Hilo
jiuy also saw fit to acquit this
defendant. It might be worthy
of notice that the prosecuting
witness is a Catholic Portuguese
while the defendant is one of the
newly made Protestant Portu
guese. The weather on Hawaii
is reported as being extremely
wot. The Volcano is now vory
Mr. Stevens' ITnrTily
A guardian should be appointed
for the month of ex-Minister
Stevens. One with ordinary dis
cretion even would have saved
him from some of the more ob
vious absurdities characterizing
his speech at West Somervillo,
Mass., lately. "Not a 'hand,'
he said, to show that Qneen Lili
uokalani's government was devoid
of support, "was lifted in defense
of the semi "barbarian throne
when it fell." What then were
the United States marines landed
for! Did tho provisional govern
ment lie when it asked that they
be sent nshore to protect life and
property, and otherwise maintain
order? If it did not lie some
hand, lifted "in defense of the
"semi-barbarian throne," must
have been visible or imagined,
and only their presence in the
government building stayed the
feared, or threatened, blow. But
was not that using United States
troops to overthrow "the semi
Bnt this is not all. To the
suggestion that the Hawaiians be
permitted to vote on tho question
of annexation Mr. Stevens raises
a cloud of formidable objections,
the chief being that "it was first
made bv "the British minister at
Honolulu, a Ton "in his polit
ical views," and afterwards sup
ported by tho lottery and opium
rings and the Canadian Pacific
railroad as an effective "method
of defeating annexation." That
a Tory, who is supposed to bo an
enemy of democratic institutions,
should suggest a universal ballot
of the people to settle an impor
tant question is indeed remark
able; but is it to bo regarded as
an unanswerable objection to
such a method of settlement?
Certainly Americans, who resort
to it constantly, ought not. "
Is not the other branch of Mr.
Stevens' objection to this method
of settlement even more impo
tent? If it is true tbaMhe Ha
waiians cannot be trusted to vote
on the question of annexation be
cause they would be corrupted
by the lottery and -piuta rings
and the Canadian Pacific B.til
road, what assurance havs wo
that they can be trusted to vole
uninfluenced on other questions
that would como np after annex
ation? Simply the floating of
"the flag of ""the United States
unmolested over the "Hawaiian
Islands' would not work any
such sudden and complete moral
regenera tion thai they could be
depended upon to scorn bribes.
For a long time to come they
would be as idolatrous and cor
ruptible as the annexationists
charge that they are now. Were
they to fall under the influence
of such unscrupulous fellows as
Stevens, it is not unjust to infer
from our experience with carpet
bag rulo in the south, they wonld
be -worse, -even than they are.
In view of a possibility of this
kind, nay the certainty, if Stev
ens' imputation upon the Kanaka
character is just, is not annex
ation to be condemned and op
posed? " A few more deliverances like
ihese from Mr. Stevens will leave
no doubt, in the minds of the.
annexationists even, as to how
this question should be answered.
Price, 50 CENTS ONLY.
A Limited Member Left.
Notice is hereby given to all persons, that
there is at the Government Pound at Ma
kiki, 1 sorrel filly, brand (79) indes
cribable. Any person or persons owning this horse
are requested to come and take the same on
or before 12 o'clock noon of SATURDAY,
Jan. 27, 1S94.
Makiki, Jan. 9, 1S9L
The Yokohama Bazaar.
Cok.vek Nouano and Hotel Sts.
HAS JUST APPROPRIATED
novelty consisting of a
Magic Pocket Knife.
This knife cmtains bsMes tho usual
blades, a glasa-catter that will cut easier
than a diamond 20,000 feet of glass, it
will also be found useful for a paper
Dattern cntter; it his also a ballance
that will weigh anvthmg up to 12 lbs.
THIS WAS THef GREVTEST SUC
CESS OF THE WORLD'S FAIR.
Ve have only a limited number. Tne
inventor has kindly offered his services
by showing the pnrchasers the way of
nsing this wonderful khif-ion
SATURDAY JAN. 13th. PRICE, ONLY
50 CENTS. 3SS4-2t
ACOMPLEI ELY FU ItNISHED COTTAGE
on Liliha St. opposite Kuakini St five
minutes walk from Tram Cars, containing
Parlor, 2 bedrooms, dining room, pantry,
kitchen and bathroom with pot-water-closet,
etc Said premises trill be let to a
moderate rental. Possession given immedi
ately, apply at THIS OFFICE.
W0 GHAN & Co.
King street, Thomas' Block,
next door to Holomua office.
AI! Suits Guaranteed
to Fit, and
IN THE LATEST STYLE.
Cloth es.lCleaned and Bep&ired.
A elver tisemen f s
W. S. LUCE
"Wine and Spirit
CimpUli Firt-proof Block,
MERCHANT ST.. HONOLULU
GHAS. GIRDLER, -
Importer and Gommissiori
J. P. Coats' Machine'Thread
Jonas Brooks' Machine Thread
Barbour Linen Thread
P. O. Box 35S. Mutual Telephone 3o5 i
13 Kaahumaau Street.
LEWIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
SFRESR GALIFORNU SALMON ON ICE
By-Every Sari Fraucisco Steamer.
Salt Salmon in Barrels.
A SrEOIALTY. .
iiTori St.t Honolulu. Tel., 240,
; P. O. Box 297.
This First-class Bathing'Eesort
has been enlarged and is now
open to tho public. It is tho
best place on the islands to onjo'
a bath and there is no better
place to lay off. Special accom
modations for Ladies. Tramcars
pass tho door every half hour and
oh Saturdays and Sundays every
C. J. SHERWOOD
Chas. T. Mick
For the Island of Oahu.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
to Labor Contracts.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenr
ses, Honolulu, Oahu.
Agent for tho Hanr'n Islands of
Pitt it Scores Freight
and Parcels Express.
Agent for the Burlington Boute;
M Estate Mer a.G&asral Afeit1
Bell Tel. 343; Mufc. Tel.
139; P. O. Box 415.
OFFICE: No. 36 MERCHANT
Street, Honolulu, H. I
H. MAY, & Co.,
98 Fort Street, - Honolulu
Families, Plnntatipns and Ships
supplied with ohoieast
California Produce by.Every
JUST RECEIVED from JAPASf
Several Kind of
Latest Styie of Shirts
in different qualities.
AortfflBnl of pofcelain
Toa Sots a Specialty
Japanese Lanterns and many
Curios snitablo for Christmas
411 KING STREET, Hunolulu.
Telephones, Boll 474. P.O. Boi r56 .
.Mutual 514. nulJ lm
OF ALL STYLES,
IN Tf IELATE5T PATTERNS.
Hand Sewing Machines,
ESTAlfWUh tbtjLoiat Lapro'TeJoenUJ
And OthfrMoncul lustra men tj.
Vines, Liquors, Beer
ALWATS OX HAND, AND
FOR SALE BT
ED. nOFFSCHUEGES k GO.
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