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Tto "Antiopc" Captain G.W. Mur-
ray arrived at Kahului Oct 9th, !1
p. m., 27 days from Ladysininh with
Manila harbor has risen to tho dis
tinction of possessing a fire boat,
which was launched tho latter part
of September. Tho vessel was the
first modern fircboat that the Phil
ippine capital has over scon.
Upon her return to San Ft nnclsoo,
the Mariposa will be laid up for sev
eral months for an extensive overhaul
hig and to befitted with triplo-oxpan-
sion engines. The Alameda, which has
been overhauled at the Risdon Iron
Works, will bo ready to sail October
12th in placo of tho Mnripoa on the
next regular trip to Honolulu, and
will bo under a guarantee to main
tain a speed of fifteen knots. Me
chanics who have been engaged in
placing her now boiler's in position
ay that the Alaireda will bo able to
malco seventeen knots a speed
which, if it could be maintained,
would cover the distance between
this port and Honolulu in a trifle
over live days. Chronicle.
The Golden Gate Salvago and
Czolgosz Is Sentenced
Buffalo, (N. Y.), September 2G.
Leou F. Czolgosz, the assassin
of President McKinley, was sentenc
ed this afternoon to bo electrocuted
in Auburn State Prison during the
week begining Oclobor 28, 1001.
Before sentence was pronounced,
tho assassin evinced a desire to
speak, but he could not got his voice
above a whisper, and his words were
repeated by his counsel.
"There was no one else but ' me,"
the prisoner said, in a whisper. "No
ono else told mo to do it, and no oik
paid me to do it. I was not told any
thing about the crime and I nevei
thought anything about it until a
couple of days before I committed
Bullets were not Poisoned.
Buffalo, Sept. 22. The examina
tion by chemists of the bullets, which
aused tho death of President Mc
lunley .shows no traces of poison.
Columbia Lemhi Shamrock in
New York, Sept. 2G. Ono of the
biggest crowds that over put to sea
went down to Sandy Hook lightship
today to witness Sir Thomas Lipton's
second challenger, the Shamrock II
and the Columbia, which successfully
defended tho America's cup against Wrecking Company of San Francisco
his first trophy-hunter two years "as been incorporated for tho pur
ago, struggle for the yachting sup- pose of recovering what is valuable in
emacy of the world, in tho first of the wreck of tho lost steamer Rio
the cup races of 1001. But tho ox- tie J.aneiro, winch according to tho
cusiontfleet returned disappointed, pflncials of the company, has been
Tho great single stickers went out located by them. It is claimed by
this morning fresh for tho battle, but them that a diver has been down to
the sea refused them a field of con- the vessel and has brought enough
flict. Tho wind, never more than ovidenco from tho ship to satisfy the
nine and sometimes as low as three most skeptical that the location of
knots, was too lMit and " shif tv to tllfi vcssel 1,as Dcen foun
... ..... I A l' intne nf !nnnnhnntirtn flli-wl nUh
carrv the contestants over the t nr- w" ",vv" i'"1 """" " "
rf I 4.1- "I , . 4-11. . t t1
tv-milo course in tho time allotted bv Ule l""y worn ooptemocr Zi
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the rules. At the end of five and 0 wo 1110 nrai inumawon given that
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half hours, tho prescribed time, the Llloris Ior ino recovery ot tho lost
race was officially declared oft and luouum progress. Accorci-
tho vacht's wore towed back to their mS 10 rney a. j. iuorganstorn.
berths inside Sandy Hook. credt for the finding of the vessel
When the gun aboard the commit- Belongs to uiyw aorensen, who, it
tee boat was fired to call thq atten- ls sluu- "as 0U(3n uowl1 tne vessel
Co F HERRICK CARRIAGE CO. Ltd.
tiou the signal declaring the race off,
the American yacht was still five
miles from tho finish line. The Sham
rock was well astern of her, the ex
perts estimating her distance behind
the Columbia at over three-quarters
of a mile.
The pi oofs of his discovery, however
are being carefully kept from the
public, according to Morganstern,
until such time as pending arraugc
menus between tho company and
the owners of the vossol havo been
OF THE FAMOUS
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BREWED BY. THE RENOWNED
Anheuser-Busch Buewing Association of St Louis.
IN BBLS. and CASES OF QUARTS AND PINTS'
Are due to arrive within a few1 days.
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White Stat' Liners to Course
It is rumored in shipping circles in
tho Orient that within thirty days
tho North German Llovd Steamshin
VanCi'jUVEU, B C , Sept. 24. Two Company will have their vessels
White Star liners of tho Atlantic touching this port. It is eaid that tho
service- 1 he Germanic and tho Bri- mmnnnv k nlrpaflv nrlvpi.ficin.r in
tannic are to come out on the Paci- Chinese papers announcing its" in
fic. This announcement was made tention of running a regular lino
here today by Jthc Canadian Pacific from Chinese ports via Japan and
uinom-.p.,, m connection wun wnose Honolulu to San Francisco. This will
service tue White btar lmers will Vn tins wimnnnv hnt nmh.i
,0.. ..v. j t, ,v
run. ino proposal is to piace mem w,n be the longest line in tho world.
on uie ruu vox ween oyaney ana van- as tboy already have steamers run
comvr, th- present Canadian-Aus- ninfir fPoril Bremen1 to tlm Oripnt.
uiuwii iwowiujjui.uuiuiig uu xne report nas Deen current lor a
auxiliary service with Now Zealand, yoar but at that time nothing came
Fiji and places in the south seas. 0f it, as the company had no railroad1
Large sugar shipments from Queens- connections in.tho States. Since then,
lanil will be Drought by tho new ves- however, the Atchison, Topeka Santa,
sels to Vancouver for tho British
uoiumom sugar rennery ai tins por i. San Francisco, it is reported that
ihc announcement is mauo that by this lin0 will comiect with tlio steam-
the end of next year the Canadian 'sp company. Advertiser.'
jf acme service to the unent win off
.increased by one steamer of about.
12,000 tons, or twico tho gross .ton
nage of one of the present Empress
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
Oceanic Time Table.
Mis. Mc!Cinlcy Improving.
Canton (O.i, Sept. 23.-Foi
E US CALL HollisterDrugCo.
HONOLULU, H. T.
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QUALITY of the Article.
Al first.class stores hahdl
fead The MAUI NEWS,
third day hi succession Mrs. . McKin
ley took two drives today,, one to tho
cemeiory. v.nero sno entereu tno
vault, and a second in tho afternoon
along the country roads, Mrs. Mc
Kinley seemed to 1 ako more interest
in the affairs of tho house today, and
went to tho dining-room for her
45chlcy Court Delayed By Death
WAsin.N'dTti.v, Sept. 24. Jeremiah
Morrow Wilson, priucipal counsel for
Rear Admiral Schley and ono of the
leading lawyers- of. Washington, D.
U. died suddenly in hi3 apartmouts in
the Siiorohiim Hotel shortly after 11
o'ekhd: today. Heart failure, super-1
induced by an attack of acute indi
gestion, cdupled with Bright's dis
ease, caused his death. Although
somewhat Indisposed last night and
this morning the end came unexpect
edly, as he was in conference with
l.is associate counsel in tho Schley
i-'ue scarcely an hour beforulhe dicl.
who has been associated with him In
tho law, and daughter, Mrs. William
Havwood of this bltv. .
The Schley court ha'd dnfy 'oeeiil in
session a snort time wnen . tno news
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1 Coptic. Yokohama
4 Nippon Maru. S. F.
8 America Maru. ..Yokohama
8 Sonoma Colonies
9 Sierra , S. F
12 Peru.,..".! S. F
15 City of Peking. . . Yokohatnn
10' Alumcda S. F,
22 Gaelic. ,,, Yokohama
22 Coptic S. I
28 Moan a Colonies
2G.'Aorangl Victoria, B. C.
20 Ventura Colonics
America Maru. ...... .S. F,
30 Sonoma ; S. F,
1 "Coptic S. F.
2 Alameda S. F,
4 Nippon Maru. . . .Yokohama
8 America Maru S. F,
8 Sonoma ; S. F,
9 Siorra ,,. Colonies
12 Peru ...Yokohama
15 City of Peking S. F.
22 Galic S. P.
22 Coptic Yokohama
23 Alameda v S. F
23. Moana Victoria, B. C
2iy Aorangi Colonies
20-Veu.vuraV. '- S- F'
30 Amerlcii Maru.
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