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: ; s Lis rervc ! to Ta.ral' f.sh- vessel. The -freight; incie.de J ' ' th2
i tier.;; th .ii roIurt-'tiSual' assortment of '..island product
! , -rt., . ''. ' jand sundries. - Purser Philips rcrerts
little Ar'criean tekcrr.er Flaur-uie, wreck of the Klikitat - a-rapidly
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a f : . 11 t,aautlty cf freight,
a the vessel met with unusu-
1 v e'ther end was weather-
1 the rr . far seme time. ;;--The
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7- l . fe-eMn Xfannn
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i cf-. are id -.wharf this. Includes -aacks U. S. Co. 27C3
; : 1 :,n i :r arrival from Hilo sacles K.. S. Co. and 3100 K 1 M. Co.
ih. ic.l will.go out of comr.!3-2iGa sacks according to a report re
f - a fortnight at least.-? The ceived by cdcers in the.Inter-Islahd
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travrrs In the '.'.eiatlc str-rer?. the
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o'c this r.e;. ...r. I't cf, "d cf
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J:v" :n A..:y With Cv;;r h" .
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1 v.ae.luu made the enly showingfor
r ar c.waitLng -shipment' ca Hawaii
fee.-.!.' -r to repert brought to this
tl'.y wli'n the arrival cf the Inter-II
and steamer ilauaei. Ilea. The sugar
ttcred there lincludcs 13,474 sack3,
whi'3 iG4 sacks of the product stlli
remain at ,IIonuapo warehouse, ..
Hcnyf From Hawaii. . . , . , .
Hcney from Hawaii was teceived
this mcming 3 part of cargo in the
Interlsland steamer Iwalani,-an arri
.val from Ilawalhae. The vessel steam-
j ed -through- cheppy seas and :strong
head winds. - . -
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cr, :.'r. II. n. Tcwn: . :.:; aheard the
Line Tunnel liner. While the steam
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ieft the vc :1 -.te : "' e a. tear cf
Jar an. ; lie c :' 1 th? r a ia: 3 ' ;:
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the, coast ty
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teea mad3 far a.' ty tl e cl:tarta:e
c cne or mere tl. een craft...-: .;-.
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Per- stmr. I launa' I'ca, frcm Hilo
and' Way :p -' ' J.' Y.'e ah .r.T, Tung
Sau. wife a: d e hild, C. C. Coonley,
Mrs,' U Hen, 11 C. Gray, S. A.
Walker, Wm. Kane a, It. W. Hamilton,
E. R. Hendry, F. P. Tierce and wife,
Misses Brown (2), E. E. Hedge, R. 8.
Johnstone; wife and son,E. Ilzlz C.
Schraubstadter, Jno. A. Buck, O. K.
Jcnes,-J.. E. Rocha, W. Chalmers, ; J 4
Eerault, Capt. J, A, , Nelson, T,v XL
Robinson, J. Smeaton. Bow Chong
Chan,; Ed Hoo,' E. - Madden, .Rev,' ;IIcm
C- Cha and son, Mrs.' F. Kunewa,
Miss Spencer, 1L P, Beckley, B. Kaba
leua, Joe Peris. J. G. Smith G. Mori
end wife; . 5 Tpmimato, E'H.-Wode-house,-Master-
M.l Kalua,"; Mrs. VO.
Laiu, -Father-;azlmlni;i;' W. hT. Rob
inson, . Geo. ? H. Robertson, -Miss A.
Nalima, RIss Morits." N.; duansing.
C. B. Potter. C. K. McClelland, TL Ju
Coleman, Miss K. KaW C. D.v Burch-
cenel. " H. ; Howell,-- Df.: H. : Case ( i Mrs.
Mooklnl, B; von Damm, T. Ogawa,;N.
Imafugi, 'K,' Matsuda.- Cs
a Per str, Kinau, , from1 Kauai: Rev.
J. irehipi.'J ddcClellan, G. K. Larri
soni; rW. 'D. McBryde, F. ' Palama, , S.
76; 10 a. ra., 74; 12 noon, 76. Mini- ce.C
rnum last ni-ht, S :' ' ' -'-.--: I TTxe Luka Captain Miller's schoon.
Wind mt.ytrU ;.a. :crt!se.. of ; the
8 a. m. velocity 22. N. E.;. lO a. m-Gatert -Islands recrniticlaborers, of
dity, 8 a. m., 3. Dew-pclnt ;tai, wui Tusn me ceyewpmeni 01 ine
m CX Absolute humidity, f Larger,, na, as u.aas oeea reporter
C" rainfall. .C3. "irdtlr-ately. allow.- the estatlfiamer.t cl
a- v..; ? . , iK. Kaeo. G. E. Marshall; W; G. Mar
. 7 J -at-" 1 8haIl: C. .D. Blackstead. A. Thellen,
h ; . I r. H. . Catten, 'CA. CH. Haywood, .11.
v . . r . r 1 1 . t . . -....
WUcox, . R., LL AVilcox. 30 deck.
I .,
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Sir Robert ,. Baden-Powell., the -fpun-
jder of the "boy. scouts" has; Just mar-;
nea . miss uuve coames ai farastone,
TllcliaVd Fltt, a .British VusSnessinan
With rnaca experience la development
T. crk, fca3 tc:a named at manager of
77 I Fannin Island. Ltd., the ti corpora
r T .ticn that is to develop Fanning? and
Washington Ulands. ;
This information haa beearreeeived
here from private' sources, together
with the news that lr. Fitt wiU, short
ly arrive inionoinla on his way to
Fanning Island.- The Fanning Island
; company has teen negotiating for the
purchase of a tessel, and according to
latest news has - secured one in Van-
1 ith 'the-elacUon .of ? the manager,
tU great Xritich ccrporaUon, which i3
l-.c'cd fcy En2lish and Canadian capt
a British naval base in the vC.aUj
raclflc Commercial Cal! 3 5 7
:.ocner Flaurence -T.-: J Lro- t.t
5 frcm Fanning Ieland --"thli
; to th 5 . f f ec t t at . a u c : cs
; ;rtrc3 i le3 a.. J drmchir!':
! - I dona te:V!:ri:3 ida:.. 3
: nut and ether industries. - ia
' '.to: z -c-uth. ser.3.- - - f,J
' : .ce Yard sailed - from
' .i c:a feptrmber 16th, rernalne 1
' at Tanning, then proceed:
t! "3 leg -cfthe vcyare
r .lar ia thq Zltdway !a-
r,ecn 1
3 c' :ys end was twenty
r- cMnsr IIar.-lulu.1 ; .
-.nl.red fieri
i-, . ': a meter: ' ;
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I year ; ; ,t.-.
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ny v
-plies to tide over
ite i.ar.a Hate l. e.aaitles cf the 'little
ccieny f
tleaed there....'h : -a :.-;.-
Captain J. A. Nelson master of the
vreehei barI.;ntU"Kliliitat;.;: thai
went cn the rcefjbht'a" few miles from
Illla, ia in tha city ted ay, a.3 a pa3-
: asin - th? Inter-lelar.d steamer
' ' " nnselfXartain'rrcI: :a was ..the
1 t terf3tpithe. ,yeaae,. which -.piled
1 ' ': cn :th'tic.s, andv. :3 but" fifty
: z freni;th31dV0f;a cliff ..-at: the
1' :e--the.. vess44.'f''f f"liy.' : b&a
..:.!. ' -l"?.K'--'--i''-. . a -i:.'.h';:r-;. :
.Cartaia.K'elreafifa ".reported to have
l elarcd '"that. he tfray bring suit for
res , r -ainst. the ; Inter-Island
Ci. a , Ka i-,atIoa-r Ccmrany -ona the
r.rcand- that the steamer. Keauhou,
' h I e h took t h e ' vessel ia to dropped
the windjamrasr toa cicse to a, lee
- h ere' ;"' o..;,.:.;. fh;,';::,.-
Tl e shdpp er finally disposed of the
v reel: at a email sum, the vessel .har-i:-,beea'
waahed oa -the shore and
meet of .-her rirrdpg- and fittings lost
Caatada, K:' ;a is enroute to the
mainland .where; he will held a con
1 crenco . with his .owtaers. If any ac
tion i3 taken through the courts: with
a view of; iretituttng suits for. dam
are, It' will fcliow; the arrival sof the
skipper ca -the, mainland. . -.; .
.;The 'Volcano - Stahles Company has
a small force cf men at work on the
wreck. iA considerable quantity ; of
materia, ha3 been salvaged, Including
spars! anchor ; chains, fittings and
cordage. :.It is estimated "thatahe Hilo
concern : will net a snug profit ion the
small investment . ;." " " i . '
i. A few personal effects of ? the mas
ter and some of the mates were saved-
before.; the :yessel finally went -to
pieceaMn;fv;
Captain. Nelson had - pothtng to say
this morning, regarding, the, criticism
launched' at If Ilo regarding the state
ment that no anchor swas put out till
just before, the, vessel, went ashore nd
then ?'oaly one'ahchor; was fusedt Uje
other still hanging at the brit of the
vessel, when she went; to pieces The
second .criticism is that no signal ask-
ling ifor. aid, was . made .until Ohe vesset
was actually- tipoff 'the rocks, vi
:f In l speaking: ;for the Inter-Island,
Captain Brunei master of the steamer
Keauhou that towed the Klikltat to
sea, Is reported, to have said:; " We
towedether i Klikltat outf I; should
Judge, fabouf three miles, till w;e were
off t Papaikou and 'then - blew-; the
whistle,-to signify,; that we were about
1 to; cast, on as ewe naa -a une trom
1 the saUIng-veaseL' There .was . no ob-
jection. to this, so far. as vcould be
seen; and :they rwere apparently ready;
10 i nam in 1 ne ime; - vnica .was done
AH Thrco Arms cf th2 Scr:ico
fWi:rCcx3'Tc:-li.:rinC:rn-
but 1 4 c blcrn : Ucin
"'it vifirni -iticn Cc!
r.::!2 rians Unu:'jzl i..ar..j-
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Star-Dulletia taff Correspondence!
CH 0 FI CLD DARIt ACKS, Nov. 1 6.
With infantry and dismounted caval
ry firing ball cartridges, machine guns
pouring a steady stream of real bul
lets, and artillery directing bursting
shrapnel and solid - shot, the entire
garrison of Schofield Earracfcs, al
most four regiments strong, will soon
be; thrown into a combat prchlea of
an unusual nature. Only enca la re
cent years ia the Prilip;:es, have
th? "tnrr? arms of the service .been
Ire-; ':t into .action using ball a::
raniti-n fer maneuver purp zzzs, .'and
the rerul.3 cf. the coming tr:t3 will
ta; matched:.-with--great interest, by
military experts in all parts or th :
country.f 'y'-v 'y, -: ::'.:-, '
That tha very "lie st way" to deter
L.lnr thi-cCIcieacy cf a' commend, an 1
a! ) to ir.;til in tree-'? the all la:;
t: t :. -Iter cf fira Cl:; 13 ta
v. ; 1: c :t con: - it ; rc". ' 5 reith e : r
t .3 amr --.:t:-", V - 1 " cf Cl
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a. Tiring in z::. A c:
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f aef:-!
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r ever ell
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decided to pr. re a careful prcl.1
that will brir. i.i t'l threa ar: ;
tally ci::.vir-; t'
:y te ca: :.'
:.3 ! : . . r 3 ; ,
."- then t:
(" all: t 1:1
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ear: a rae::r.ted r
t'-T ca the fir;.
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en nhl:e v. ill
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ceatrel.
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. ca alar- ba:': to .11:.
-id Paul Ieenherg in a
live,
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Ci. . i ...... J i
ive to Li3 Car. a .en c - 1
mlaiag enterarise. "Hawaii., fer ..my
V r-. a ' , ' ' ' '
Mr. Ieenterg w3 not. prepared . to
give cut any details cf the real vea
ture, a3 the details are not yet com
pleted ' "' '.-. ::a:i ; f-h::-"a' f-:
"I had a fine tim e," said Mr. Isea
bergc "Fcr cne thing the Canadian
government 13 mighty.-, fair. in". helping
-a ,;! ' " ' '
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Per str. Kilauea, fbr JIilo vial way
ports Nov. 16. Mr. and I Irs. L. II.
Underwood and Infant, 2.II33 C. Cimp
sca, R. J. Lliiie, F. B. Maule, Mr. and
Mrs. N. G. Campion, C. R. Ilemeaway,
S. A. Strader, Mrs. J. Ilelbing, Idias
P.hHelbing, Mls3;MBuckley, Miss N.
Buckley, Miss J Armijo, Mrs. F. YT.
Eeardsley, C"T McKeone; S.' lis Ka
nakanui ; W H.1 Beers,MyA Mc
Coonley, J. ,B Barrett, Mrs. ,R. f; W.
Shingle MI33 Ihady Macfartane.R. W.
Shingle Wiri.' Lang;4 ;? ?; 1 f "-';-l:r;r -1
Per str. Kilauea, for Hilo via Way
ports, :Nov.: 20. WllliamhGif fard and
?arty, a John Marcallino, William : L.
Whitney Geo. P. Thellen; : . - .
;, Per. sir. Claudine for ; H iley via way
ports, Nov. 22. -W. F. Grelg.wife and
infant,-C D.' M. 'Williams, Mis3 II.
Williams,. Mrs. Gerner and Infant A.
Hanaberg.f:f t -
--Per str. Kinaa for Kauai ports, Nov.
26. Mr and Mrs: H Rohrig, H. Rch-
fore and aft sails were set and there
was a thice breeze 1 blowing from the
northwest We; carried the Klikltat
cut as far as we ordinarily 1 take ves
sels, when there is a: good' breeze and
then; left him to handle. himself."-f
V Captain 'Nelson sent four of his
sailors to the mainland as passengers
ihitheMatsba'r Navigatlbn' steamer
Enterprise that left iHtlo for: the coast
cn : last;;.Tuesday'-S V
i . .The men were - signed f on - for a
round trip and several who recently"
arrived at Honolulu will also be for-.
, warded to the mainland in. departing,
steamers. ::: There - are no sailing ve3-
sets ar present at this port In 'which
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