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the Toyo' -Klfcn., Kcisha- liner Chiyo
llrru, cow j.t the , port of Honolulu
fl to fell for J.jpan ports, llanlla
r. I lhr;lc .at Tour o'clock tki3.
i'--:r:.: '.. Thirty Years Master cf lhe KUkUat
Or:- cr r.:c re new officers 'were Captain --Roswell v Culler;'- to for
: -... J J.i the personnel upon ' l he ar- thirty years served as master of the
rival cf the liner from can F;-ar.eitor.ow wrecked barfcentine KHkltat, ex
Al'.i r .-.-air.-. - ... ' pressed much sorrow over the loss of
' .Y.'l ether the i rcscr.ee of new faces tic vessel ner HIle some days tgo.
in tl - tfficial f.vr.ily has anything to when "'informed 'through "a represents
c'e v,;;h the discovery of quantities of .live of the San Francisco Marina' Ex-
V I a stay at the const, the'tdicnge.' Captain Cutler cl J net go
r r L-.:.:rj of the Qhlyo Manx of-jout in the Klikitat on the last voyage
JR.'al ftaff refuse to coniirm or deny.to the islands for the reason -that be
P r; ; a rrrrr.t ' investigation; pur jwas slowly recovering from a serious
' ! p Ft : rI r r;i ; r; i ; the state-' operation; ; ; - -: I. ". :CZ' '
1 cv.t t' -.t the Japanese liri-
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a t : i.:any ir.or.ths.
c: t:.: cr;arcntly prcv-
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ch ::lea cf the Philippines, the army
k.. I will have n ctiw il-extensive al-
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mit are to le U nthencd both-f pro!
are" aft to ccnshlcratle extent. Thai Jas. Kennedy.: Father Kuysp Mr; and
( --truetica ct c new galley, cew Los-iMrs. J. F. McCorkle, F. Medeircs, Wm.
I i f -.u . , more
. r rs t:r thn crv will I inite" !.
R 1 s been Citimatcdataf. at least
J17.hu will have teen spent on the
Fix I cfare r.11 improvemears as plan-i.c-.l
arL- cc:;:p!(. ird and the transport
pros into commlrcicn tc-aia.1' ''
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Ccccner Art' Chartered For Hilo. :
Lumber vlll be taken to Hilo. by
the schooner Alert, which has just
1 ecu chirterci tor . thaf purpose by
!' ? F. 1 "Wool, i.nnber Ccmrany of
the Pound.' The Alert is f-helr.:r1 to
;v. al :t Rcccmter.l, Ph9 pwlll'Capt. and Mrs. J. Wuttig;:
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Cffice, Kinj Street, eppp. Union Crillh
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load it Prescott and she will' clear
.wit 7-0,000 feet. The scnooner re-
ctntly completed.a passage tram Bell-
iugtan to Guaymas with a cargo .'of
lumber.
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Ca.tafn Cutler clairrfd that In all
the L ie ):r.5 la the Kliki
tat 4ie never Jest a Fail cr a spar. v -'
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ir. ccr-.r nt. ..; .. '. , :, '. : ;
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len. in th d jural. :r- trafe be
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11. I. Jones, l.c :y Po Ceng, J. ows
tcn, H. Rosenthal. G. H. Ross, Mrs. C.
H. Ross. jG. H. Stewart, Mrs. G. II.
rt art, R I. Thomas R. I. .Warner,
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Per M. N. S. S.' Lurline from San
Fran tic soFor Honolulu: . W J.
rjdwin,- Father Fens, Hp It Blood,
Mr. and Mrs. J. .11. Era-ley, Mr. and
Mrs. P. W.-' Burns, Mrs. G. Clarke,
Col. V. IL Connelly, W; j. T)yef, Miss
M. M. Hawthorne..'. Wnl. 'Hawkins,
Father Her es, El Huratoldt,' Mr,
and. Mrs. EL B. Hyde, Mr, and Mrs.
Rathman, Miss E. II. Richards Ed
H. Ryan. Miss L. Severance, . B.
! Stewart, W. L Stewart, Father- Van
Vorst, A.1 S. Websier,- Miss E. F.
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Per T. K. K. S." S. Chiyo Maru,
from Honolulu foi'. Japan ' and China
poi-ts. Nov. 21: B. Chatzky'MIss C.
De Forest, Mr. and Mrs." A, FV Nadler
and infant Dr. F. .Renaud, Mr.: and
rs. K. Vorobieff," Miss S. Vorobleff,
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- ' ' -'. Thursday;- Nov. i 2L ''.
Temperature-45 . m., 69; 8 a. mH
70; 10 a, , 70; M ioon.t72. Jilnlr
mum ' last night, 65.--,". "
rWind a, relocltjr , X.E.;ifS
a- velocity 14. N. E.; 10 a. ',.ve-
Iocity 19, E.; J2 noon, velocity zp.jway for a company or Detweea tnmy Francisco - for Honolulu, tha Ihaison
N C Movement, past 24 hours, 322 , five, and forty theatrical performers, j Kavigaitcrr steaaer'-.Lcrllra-.wcs.-dcv
miles-- V ri- V,i: a; bevy of ,iayed by com In r to a full stop owla
Darometer at 8 a, m.; "20-15." Rela-I
the humlJIty, S. a. m; S6. : Dew-pdiat
at 8 ar m.; 5. Absolute humidity, S-a.
n., 6.f 3 ' Rainfall, .43 . , .
I VESSELS JO A'lD; ' ; ?
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I Srecbl Caile to alcrcliris -C
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YOKOI lAilA. Arrived, Nov.- - 20, S.
S. China. terce Nov. 9. -.::"-
I out to ,. : Arrivei, Nov.
,;i,t. ' ' i: . :ra; I. ' Ve Oct. 10. .
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ment v. ill crr.l cat Ins; eetcrs cr' in
"rurt t t cr!:!--: rru!arly in that
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ar.J providing I:
" Vvithtfcack badly Injured, and believ
ed to tVbroken, Mar el Gruda, a Por
tuguese, was taken to the hospital thi3
afternoca, as a result of an acciJent
that occurred ' on o a th street ' :
Gruda was, endeavoring to climb, ca
a moving truclt, when he slipped and
fell beneath the vehicle. ' :' '
One of the ' larger wheels ' passed
partly over the man's prostrate body;
drapsing him" some twenty-five feet
before the horses cculdv be brought to
a standstill. v'Pv --r;
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LOXDOX, -November 2. A;i:ewr
petay stamp Is On sale la England.1:
is,Jtobe followed, It is 'stated, by an
in proved halfpenny stamp, as- well as
changes In thoee of tiher valuel : '
'Without a word cf explanation fq
Istmaster general has thus abandon
ed a stamp . which met f with general
adverse criticism. In -a nonth or two
tle; old design, which was done ser
vice 'since .Coronation Day, will have
been replaced, by a "newer ana bolder
portrait of the kingpin "complete pro-
uie.;-;-r..u -..--.' w-;h
New 2d and 3d stamps are also go
ing out; ana within the 1; next few
rionths, the. lull program of changes
will have, ben completed, as follows
Fenny new; oesign, red; ; halfpenny
( uodiSed). ; green ; ; - three-halfpenny
(new color), brown; - twopenny (new
color) orange; (Jtwopence-half penny.
bine; threepenny (new design); violet.
New colors Are also j contemplated
r the higher values.' . :;J:::-
It's the; same bid - story," . leap : year
never did h irve up to its : prospectus.
you .ca'nheln ''a man wonderfully
sometimes byp riot t giving him advice.
Many ministers want to.' labor In
the vineyard: where the pay Is best".
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Preparing' to make pleasant the path
twenty of the prettiest ? chorus; glrl3
j ever re Cm ft ed alons the Pacific coast,
jjierman iFrankei; heavily interested
I In the success of a projected tcur cf
the re-organized Hughes Musical Com
edy 'company Js, an arrival la this city
today as a passenger in the Japanese
liner" Chiyo Maru. : :--";.-'-'-;
. Dcauteoui, maids', .the tind that are
warranted: to set the masculine heart
to ; obstreperous fluttering;- ara; nun-
(bered! with the r aggregation - cf thes-
plans'whlch are to present a Seric3
cf late musical comedies and light
operas In this city beginning with the
latter : part of this month, and. con
tinue over a period of some weeks.
; Trtr.lrel who rioted - the- farmer
II: 3 '. - y c fair- f;r-!:::nity
: . L. :vo c. . :: -.3 to tl.3 Far
'..en a tour
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: with fertune for four-.
Ills error 1 to hi3 natlv : .
i -.111:1 r'-'r. belns to Era!
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to th3 erecti.a cf
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over ithe rraves'. cf
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Lis parents, ler
which purpose he i3 now ca the i
l:nd cf Kauai.-, After returning to
Lwa, Conralt will pay a Visit tp h'a
broth :, Chrietien Ccnraitrenehman,
cu Mclokai.' Eefore returning to th3
Klonellhe, which he Inte..el3 doi::5f h3
will ro to Japaa'jtoises tl3 brcthsr
'Alter 'many up3 a
nd da, as, Aap:.
struel; it fairly rich in tha far n:
era EI DoraMo. His first ventur
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prcspeoting
wa3
not successful, a3 ta
ran up against many . obstacles. For
one thing the IGuggenhelms jumpeJ
one cf his1 claims, and oh advice cf
VIckershara, .'the present delegate to
Congress from Alaska, he availed a
rappl with, the copper Croesuses fa
the courts. "Then he invested in dc3
and chtained a lucrative. contract with
te government for carrying the mails.
Having got'oa his financial Ieg3 apain,
ha went into contract work In the dig
ginss and finally back to prospecting.
To make a long story short, whea Con-ra-t
started for home he left slxty-.3ve
nsa ; workingoa' his ; latest clilm, at
v,'? ges from :fl ve to eight dollars a c'ay
urder a foreman! at fifteen dollars a
clay, j When rnetT , In a. hotel at San
Francisco bysome friends from - Ho
nclulu; he had - a sack - cf placer nug
gets .worth several thousand dollars
from ; which : he presented them with
tpecimens' of an haggjegite valu of
two or three: hundred-dollars , F. V.
J'CCfarlahtf received-one of about the
si ze and ; Shape of a i peanut kernelt,
which Is worth about seven dollars.
lMP Matfarlahe says ' that he does
rot know of any yung - Hawaiian: the
superior of Conradt in ' physique and
manly Deanng.-;or , wno nas made a
l-t Iter record: In : hustljng for himself
among ; strangers and that In a 'coun
try where none but men of.Tlgor have
much of a chance. , Conradt Is single
handed id his :r enterprise,' " bavin!
he ither.'Wckers nor. partaers In g
ting' out the precious metal - :
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Advices "fronv London to Jocal ihix
ping" firms state that it Is most dlQ
cblt tq secure sail tonnage" to come tp
the '-Pacific -Rates are . advancing ior
both' sail and steam. . Information has
aso, been received from Liverpool that
sailing ship owners ?ar.e 1 asking so
if'uch. for their tonnage that It Is im?
possible to secure", anything to bring
cargoes from r Europa. Jt this i Coast.
Practically all of the tonnage coming
here ; for, wheat t this - season lis from
South American., ports -and for the
same reason tnat rreignt traies,are
high from Europe; the rates, on tonage
tor: wheat, still coming to Jiold up;, ;
t-
m. 4 m ak i p. i - i "
: ' ' RoWsi ;ixid tosslss ca the, bread
Pacify a few days after. Jeavinxm
to a breakicaa la tcr cll-tarnlas t;
paratus. . V ' ' ' " ' -:";-
The liner came to a berth tMt3
Matson wharf ehcrtly before raUalr'i
with 22 ; cabin and 10 steerage pas
sengers. The vessel brought one of
the larfpcst cargoes cf cerchandlso
and supplies la ttr tletcry . . 1, tp
Alterations reals daria-; the- stay
at Saa Francisco were iaevilence
last night, A call at the former cf
flce cf Purr or 1L D. Meyer reve:.lad
a well-craipped talhrcc.a. Thli r.ra
earary ... adj-ncU' to 1. a . trans-p e.e'fic
steamer bearing the name plate "Pur
ser's office4 over the door, at firs-1
glancs led Inr-irlns wa-trrfrcaters to
bel:2ve that the !!atao'a Company tad
awarded a priva:atath to thl3 effi
cient officer..'": -,-,'"'- -; t
Meyer . wa3 finally found la new
Quarters located ca top cf the tell
ers. Whea it comes to a steam-heated
apartment th2 purser in t r.3 Lar
l:ns certainly ta3 no complaint ccm-
ia-. ;- .
Tl ? iaetallatlan cf a rs-' c!l turr.
ia: rp;ar:tu3 irr tho Lurllas ia r erl
td r.3 cr.2 c:.::; far C3 de'y ia ar
rival. Ce3 troalls v.-a 3 exp:ri:ae::
with tha er-lnes r.3 well.
Tl.a ve'erl carri: 1
thirty cr
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orc-u entertainment, anj we v.'l'.l Lava
an cppcrtunlty to present your caue
before an' unusual audi:--- Fie:
let ma knev at your, ear.. e:t cenv -nience
If any of -these dates can ba
givea U3 by Mr. Smith and v. hat ad
dress la the United States will reach
him." - ; : 1 h-:-; - :..'-'
It 13 believed that the heaviest tour
ist business that- Honolulu has ever
done will come within the next six
months'. ;A." M. Culver; agent of tha
Oceanic Steamship Company at; Lc3
Angeles, writes that the prcspect3 for
travel td Honolulu" are very f.na ana
that at -present . he ' is holellng many
reservations for Lbs Angal e3 peapla.
He also states that a number cf east
ern people will 6top. In Lo3 Angsl:3
and then make the trip to the Hawai
ian Islands; '-. ' '. - -'. . -. ": .:' -
Secretary Wood returned .yesterday
from a trip to Kauai, where be went
to make an Investigation of the hotels
and roads on.that IslandP He 13 very
enthusiastic over, the splendid tourist
accommodations "and he said: that he
felt , sure : that Ithe, committee; could
now safely notify ' tourists that they
should by all means visit the island. .
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1' Governor 4 Frear today "r received a
letter from his old college classmate,
John Loman, now school examiner f pr
the! State, of Pennsylvania; In 1 which
the; writer- asks pfor , Information con
cerning, the M.cKihIey: high school. He
says that - he frequently has. Applica
tions 'from .; former Honolulu - high
school stduents. and - desires to know
the: scholastic standing of. the local in
stitution, p -t-i;--: '-.::;.--.';-'--'--:-::Pv . j--: ;
Argument; pf the - case of M.v F.
Scott and Nettie L Scott against the
KonaT Development ; Company will! be
heard In the supreme court next Mon
day morning;-:;, Tills lis an. appeal: by (
the plaintiffs from the decision of
J adge Matthewmah, of: the- Third; Cir-!
cult Court, In a suit on, a sugar grow 1
ing contract originating at North Ko- j
na, ah in which the plaintiffs: assert
?57,026.61 is. due them.
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