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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTEK OCTOBER 1, lt0A
LOOAL'ANl) GENERAL NEWS.
Frosh frozen oyslors liavo been ro
coivod by tho Uoavor Saloon.
Tho S. S. Australia will loavo for
San Francisco on Wednesday next.
Gout's Japnnoso cropo shirts with
neck ties to match for $1.25, at
Sachs', 101 Fort street.
l'ursor Lnurio J. llyan of tho S. S.
Australia has tho thanks of tho
Bulletin for nowa favors.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leuvo Honolulu. .():16 8:45 1:'! 4:351
Arrive lloiioullull.7:,J0 9:57 2:57 6:35t
LoiivoHoiiouHuli. .":() 10:43 3:43 5:4'2t
Arrive Honolulu .8 ::io 11:55 4:55 0:50t
1'KMtti Oitv Local.
Leave Honolulu 5:103 ....
Arrive Potirl City 5M8 ....
Leave Pearl 01ty..?5
Arrive Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted. t Saturdays only.
TldoB, Sun and Moon,
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Kii'Ht Quarter of tlio Moon on tho 21th at
lilt. 2 mln. ii. m.
Tlmo Whistle Mow s at 111. 28m. 343. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is the same us 12h. Oui.
On. of Greenwich time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1893.
Mr. Jos. Marsdon, Provisional
Govornniout Commissioner, was a
passenger by tho S. S. Australia to
day. Tho Empiro Saloon has not onto
tho now fad and advortisos fiuo
oystor cocktails rocoivod by tho S. S.
Manager H. C. Lyon of tho Ray
mond & Whitcotnb excursion pnrty,
arrived by tho S. S. Australia to-day
in chargo of twenty tourists.
Tho followiug toains will pull in
tho tug-of-war contests this evening:
America vs. Hawaii, Germany vs.
Japan and England vs. Portugal.
Tho salo of effects of Hook and
Ladder Company, amongst tho mem
bers last night, realized $70 to $80.
G. C. Kouyon acted as auctiouoor.
Tho nativos are celebrating tho ar
rival of "good nows" by the S. S.
Australia to-day. Several small
luaus aro being given in the suburbs.
Two Chinamen were fined $50
each in the District Court this
morning on separate charges of
gaming and having opium in possession.
An Enraged Brother Arrives by
the Steamer Australia.
He Takes a Shot at His Sister's Abductor
Both Men Hiding from the Police.
anything. Johnson also galled out
Mr. V. V. Asliford" in" passing his of-
lieu, and that gontlonian wont to tlio
station as counsel for tho girl. There
being nobody olso from whom lo
gain the facts of -tho shooting, Kit
tie's silence loft tho matter in a hazy
aspect. It is probable, however, that
Finnigan was with his sister in tho
bedroom, and opened liio on O'Con
nor whenever he appeared. Tho
direction of tho bullet shows tlio
pistol was fired by a tall man stand
ing up with his back to tho bed.
Whothor O'Connor was insido or
outsido at tho moment cannot bo
said. If ho was insido tho range was
inu n yarn, nun mu mm never in
tended to bo deadly. If lie was out
side it looks liko popping at tho
man on sight without warning.
Up to our going to press neither
Finnigan nor O Connor had been
found by tho polico. Finnigan is
said to liavo boon scon by several
people, looking oblivious to tho fact
that he is wanted.
VniiNissiiAY, March 22.
8 S Australia, Houdlette, from San Fran
cisco Stmr James Makce from Kauai
Stinr Likelike from Hamakuu
From San Francisco per S S Australia
Mur 22 W L Allarriiee, E Burleigh, Hon
J E Bush, H O Carter, K V Church, Mrs M
L dishing, Henry Drew, E J Crane and
wifo, James Elliinun, I) W Grafly und wife,
E Holbrook and wife, Miss tiruco Hol
brook, 'Wellington Holbrook, Brouson
Howard and wile, H G Howliind, T J King,
Miss Ellen Lane, J L Laird and wife, H O
Lyon, J Marsdon, Hon O L Me Arthur and
wife, Cant A Mclntyre, Miss Molntyre,
Mrs W it Monet, E B Nettleton, wife and
child. Win Oakley, P Oplergelt, Oliver Orr,
Miss Mary Gough Parker, J A Parrish and
wife, Mrs M K Paulison, Miss Charlotte
Play tor. Miss Grace Pluyter, Miss Annie R
Prutt, J J ltiee and wife, H Smith. ,f
Wakefield, Hev J S Wallace, U S N, Miss
An addition of soino choice cocoa
nuts from Samoa and lounge and
piano has been made to tho articles
to be sold by L. J. Levey on Friday
General Schofiold, of Cleveland's
Commission to Hawaii, was a visitor
to these islands twenty years ago.
Jutlgo Widemann and other old
residents remember him well.
Vessels in Port.
HUMS Naniwa, Togo, from Japan
U S F S Mohican from San Francisco
UBS Boston, Wiltse, from Hilo
Am 4-masted schr Itobt Searles, Pcltz,
from Newcastle, NSW
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am bktne Discovery, McNeill, from San
Am schr John C Porter, Meyer, from San
Br 4-masted schr Tacora, Thornton, from
Ger bk H Hackfeld, Hilgerloh, from Liverpool.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
USS Ranger, from San Francisco
USB Adams, fioni San Francisco
H B M S Hyacinthe from Esquimalt
H B M S Royal Arthur from England
HUMS Temeiuiro from England
Am bktne Irmgurd from San Francisco due
Am bktne Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco, due March 24
Am Alico Cooke from Newcastle, N 8 W,
due March 23
Am 4-masted schr Lyman D Foster, Dryer,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-masted schr Puritan. Warner, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-m schr Olga, from Newcastle, N S W,
Am 4-m King Cyrus, from Nowcastle, N S
W, April 5-10
Am 4-m bktne W R Hume, from New
castle, N S W. April 23-30
Br bk Gainsborough, from Newcastle, N S
W, April 25-30
Bk Lamorna, from Newcastle, N S W,
Bk Amy Turner, from Boston, due May
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 2.J
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N S W
Uer bkt Amelia from Port Townsond
Mr. J. E. Bush returned homo by
the S. S. Australia to-da, and was
met at tho wharf by a delegation of
the Hui Kalaiaina. Mr. Bush looks
well after his short visit abroad.
Since tho first of the year tho Ha
waiian Hardware Company liavo had
to rent additional warehouse room,
which they have found convenient
to their store in tho Campbell block.
Custom House officer R. H. Ba
ker was discharged in tho District
Court this morning on a chargo of
smuggling twelve bottles of in
from tho Japanese steamer Miiko
Many young people and a few of
tho old folks attended tho lecture by
Dr. Lucas last night. It was con
sidered one of t lie best ho has de
livered hero. Ho will lecture again
Captain Peterson, lato of tho
wrecked bark ijady Lampson, has
been oll'erod the command of a new
four-masted schooner to sail from
Bob. Fitzsimmons, the middle
weight champion of tho world, de
feated Jim Hall in four rounds in
Now Orleans on tho night of March
8th. Tho battle was oven up to tho
last round, when a swinging blow
caught Hall under tho jaw and laid
him out. s
Rear-Admiral John Irwin, U.S.N.,
commandant at the navy yard at
Mare Island, has rocoivod orders to
hold himself in readiness to sail for
China to relievo Rear-Adniiral David
B. Harmon, U. S. N., Commaudor-in-Chief
of the Asiatic squadron. It
has not yet been announced who
will succeed Rear-Admiral Irwin.
HAN FBANCISCO NOTES.
Projected Departures Bktnes 8 G Wil
der and Hilo; IJktnu Planter, Mar 18; S S
Alameda, Mar 31.
Arrivals Mar 14, schr Aloha, 17 days,
hark Ceylon, 20 days: Mar 0, bktne Hfio,
10 days, bktne John Smith, 21 days, bk Le
ahi, 20 days, from Honolulu; Mary W'in
kolman, 10 days from Kuhului; schr It V
Burtlctt, 10 days from Hilo; 7, bk Scottish
Wizard, 21 days; 12, bktne S G Wilder, 1(1
days from Honolulu.
Departures Mur .'(, bk Manna Alu; I,
Cav Lulgi 1); 13, bktne Irmgurd, for Hono
lulu; 11, J 0 North, for Muhukouu; 14, bi
Lurline, for Hilo.
Osmau Day, alias Leslie Graham,
who gave anti-roligious lectures in
Honolulu several years ago, is under
arrest in San Francisco for stealing
a diamond cross worth $800. Ho
had been watched by the San Fran
cisco police for years, and ofton
arrested but uovor convicted. In
Australia ho served a term for big
amy. Tho funeral of the lato D. L.
Huntsman took place at 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon from the Queen's
Hospital, and was attended by
about a hundred members of Co. A,
of tho National Guard, of which do
ceased was a mo mbor. Rev. Dr.
Beckwith road tho burial service,
at tho grave at Nuuanu Comotory.
Three volleys were fired by a detach
ment 'of tho guard under Captain
Zieglor. Representatives of the two
English dailies and of other papers
attended tho funeral.
AS0HHE1M At the Richelieu Hotel, Sun
Fruneii-eo, March 7, lb1).!, Adolf Asch
lieiin, a nntivo of WongrowiU, Ger
many, in the 2!lth year of his iige.
RJOKARb-At Honokaa. Huwuiil March
111, II. 11. Rickurd, in the 75th year of
his age, a nutive of Cornwall, England,
Three days is a vorv short time in
whioh to cure a bad case of rheu
matism; hut it can lie done, if tho
proper treatment is adopted, as will
bo 8COU by Ilia following from Junius
Lambert, of Now Brunswick, Ills:
"I was badly alllictod with rheuma
tism in the hips and legs, when I
bought a hot tie of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. It cured mo in threo
days, j am all ri'jhl to-day: and
would insist on every one who is
alllictod with that terrible disease to
use Chainberlain'H Pain JJnlm and got
well at ouco." 50 cent bottles for
salo by nil dealers, Benson. Smith
ii Co., agouts for tho Hawaiian IhU
MARSHAL ASHLEY RESIGNS.
Sherifi' E. G. Hitchcock of Hawaii
Patiently Waiting: for His Shoes.
Tlio Advertiser yesterday heralded
the probable appointment of E. G,
Hitchcock, Sheriff of Hawaii, as
Marshal of the Hawaiian Islands, in
place of W. G. Ashley. That paper
stated that Marshal Ashley had not
givon satisfaction, whioh was only
true as regarded tho hungry Mjuad
and the clique who want to rule or
ruin inside their own faction as
much as in larger affairs. Tho Attorney-General
told a Bulletin ro
nortor yesterday that Mr. Hitchcock
could have the office if ho would ac
Marshal Ashley has concluded,
evidently, that tho preservation of
peace and tho prevention of crime
is enough care on one man, without
having to carry on a contest day
after day against muddlers und
muddlers. His resignation is ready
for tho Attoruoy-Gonoral. Marshal
Ashley, in answer to a Hui.lktin re
porter, said he took the ollico only
as a temporary matter, and against
the wishes of the Oaliu Railway and
Laud Co.'s directors. In the abseuco
of Mr. Dillingham hih Mirvices aro
needed by tho corporation. He is
hutieliod that I lie operienco and
capacity of Mr. Hitchcock well
qualify that gentleman for tho position,
A little boforo 12 o'clock noon to
day a pistol shot was hoard at a
house on tho Ewa side of Alakoa
street, noar King street. Two nion
and a woman immediately afterward
rushod out on tho stroot. Tho men
disappeared, whilo tho woman took
rofugo in Johnson's shirt store on
King streot. Sho was arrested as a
witnoss and takon to tho Deputy
Marshal's oflico in tho Station.
Polico captains H. Juen and
Schlommor wont to the house to
look for tho mon and investigate
tho matter generally. A Bulletin
reporter accompanied tho officers.
Tho house is tho next to tlio corner
of King streot, in rear of Johnson's
store. It is a small cottngo of rooms
to let occupied by Mrs. Munro. Tho
first tiling noticed by tho officers i
was a bullet hole through tho glass
door of a front bedroom on tho King ,
streot sido. Turning round thoy
discovered tho indentation made by I
a bullot on the base of tho lattice
screen on the veranda close to tho
entrance. Another glance lit on the
bullet lying on a small hat stand
underneath whore tho shot struck.
A man's hat was lying on tho strand,
which was recognized by the officers
as that of Connors, a man whom tho
polico liavo had under their eyes for
Tlio officers rapped for admission
at tho doors on all sides of tho cot
togo without receiving any response.
Thoy peered under tho house with
out seeing any thills' living. As they
camo back to the front from the rear I
thoy mot Mrs. Monro standing on
tho veranda with her hat on, having J
just returned from a call on a neigh- i
bor. Tho good woman was shocked i
when shown tho bullet marks, and ,
said sho had heard of trouble and
hastened homo. . '
Mrs. Munro said that, the couple
occupying tho room whore tho '
shooting took place had come to
her house tho first of tho month, j
Thoy had been doing their own '
cooking. Tho woman habitually re-
ferrod to tho man as her "dear hus- !
band." Tho landlady said she had
different times tried to obtain some !
personal account of them from the j
woman, out tno man always com
pelled his partner to keep quiet on
that subjoct. Their rent had all
boon paid except $2.50 now due.
Tho man known us Connors ar
rived here by the Australia on her
last previous trip. Next day ho ap
plied for work at the Aloha Gallery,
giving tho name of Joseph Conners.
Ho was given room in tho gallery to
establish a tintype department.
Connors introduced a young woman
as his wifo, whom ho called "Lily."
Tho couple appeared to bo very
happy, joking and saying sweet
things to each other, regardless of
the presence of other people.
After a whilo gossip began to
throw suspicion on the relations of
tho couplo toward each other. It
was whispered around that tliy
wore elopers. Connors, as ho called
himsolf, when the matter was broach
ed to him, airily replied, "Let thorn
talk; they'll find out what I am soon
enough. Tho couple's finances fall
ing low, tho man began taking names
to start a dancing school.
By tho Australia this morning
there arrived Thomas Finnigan, a
painter by trado,who worked his way
clown on tho steamer. Ho was not
ashore long until it was rumored
that he brought trouble with him
for tho tintype man, whoso real name
is Josoph It. O'Connor. It became
known that Finnigan was a brother
of the woman living with O'Connor,
aud that somebody was likely to got
hurt when thoy mot. San Francisco
papers rocoivod by tho same steamer
contain the first chapter of tho sen
sation. O'Connor's real wife, "a
sadoyed little woman," had haunted
the officers of the Australia for in
formation about her husband. They
had no difficulty in identifying the
photograph sho showed them as
that of tlio man who had traveled
with them to Honolulu. O'Connor
had beon keeping company with
Kittio Finnigan since lie became
acquainted with her in tho holidays.
Ho posed before her parents as a
Mr. A. W. Bolster of the Aloha
Gallery went to his place this fore
noon to warn O'Connor out of the
job, as ho didn't want any trouble
about Ins gallery, ui'oiiuor wasin ,
then, however." Kiiiuigau met his !
sister walking up King street to
ward her rooms about J I o'clock.
She was in company with Taylor,
whoso record has boon given in this
paper lately, as a man who had boon
here on mi eloping lour some years
ago, and returned lately a.s a stow
away on the Australia.
Finnigan burnt out crying as ho
faced his sister. When he had ro
coveied some self-cout ml, he ejacu
lated, "Kate!" Tho girl wept and
trembled, only saying. "I am very
sorry, but I could not help it." They
then kissed each other, alter which
tlio brother and sister, accompanied
by Taylor, walked toward O'Con
nor's lodging. Mr. Holster had come
up to the parly at tho ti iiclnug in
terview, and the gill evidently fear
ing trouble asked him to go along
with them. This llolsler dieliued
doing, not caring to be niiu'd up iu
Miss Finnigan was accompanied
to tho station by Johusou,"tlie shirt
mail," who cautioned hor not to say
HAWAIIAN NATIONAL BAND.
First Public Concert at tho Hotol
Tho Hawaiian National Band will
givo its first concert boforo tho gen
eral public at the Hawaiian Hotol
this Woduusday ovoning. The con
will begin at 8:15, or immediately
after the dismissal of tho prayor
mooting at Central Union Church
across tho street. It will bo observ
ed b3- tho program bolow that tho
now band has a largo proportion of
now pieces to play. Everybody will
bo glad to hoar tho old favorite Ha
waiian bandboys on their handsome
now instruments. The Quintet Club
will combine with the baud in songs.
Following is tho program:
Muirli Ola Hon, new ... .,. ..Libornio
Fiintasiu Una Solice n Monaco, new .
Waltz Noiiettc, new Andrew
Overture William Tell, now Rossini
Song- Lei Oliaoha. Lively Mikahala.
Homiia-u. Rod and Blue.
Air llomuntic, new, Thornton
Polka lladewit. Trumpeter, new . .
Hawaiian National Band .
Jn. Kuiulani Libornio
(h. Mai Poina Ocla'u "
Star Spangled Banner.
God have the Queen.
been received of tlio
B. Itickard, which
ionic, Honokaa, Ha-
t. Tho late Mr.
death of Mr. Ii.
occurred at his
waii, on the ltith in
Itickard has resided in tho islands
since 1808. He was in the 75th year
of his ago, and was a native of Corn
wall, England. He loaves a widow,
three sons, two daughters and a
groat circle of grandchildren to
mourn his loss. One of his sons is
Mr. W. H. Itickard, who was a nioni
bor of tho Legislature of 1890.
To-day's mail brings news of tho
death of Mr. Adolph Aschhoini at
San Francisco. Ho left Honolulu
last year iu poor health. A stroke
of apoplexy was tho inimodiato cause
oi lus cleat Ii. Mr. Aschlieim was a
member of tho firm of M. S. Grin
baiini & Co., and a bright young
business man. Ho was born at
"Wongrowitz, Germany, on Septem
ber 21), 18(51.
Robert Andrew Macfio of Dreg
horn died at Dreghoru Castle on
February 10. He was born October
1, 1811, hence was over 81 years of
ago. Mr. Macfio represented tho
Leith Burghs in Parliament twenty
years ago. Ho was a devoted
' churchman and enthusiastic in for
j eigu mission work. Tho deceased
! was father of Mr. R. A. Macfio, Jr.,
j formerly manager of Kilauea plan
, tatiou, Kauai, and now in Porto
Rico. Mr. J. V. Macfio, oldest son
of the lamented gontlonian, visited
tho islands twelve years ago.
The Bulletin is requested to state,
on tho best of authority, that tho
whole story in tho Advertiser about
the Japanese Princo on board tlio
warship Nauiva aud tho Princess
Kuiulani, as to his matrimonial in
tentions toward hor iu coming hero,
is unwarranted, unjustifiablo and
malicious. Tho Prince is a married
man whoso wife is living in Japan.
Persons who aro subject to attacks
oi bilious colic can almost invariably
tell by their feelings, when lo expect
an attack. " If Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy is
taken as soon as these symptoms ap
pear, thoj' can ward oil tho disease.
Such persons should always keep
the Itemed' at hand, ready for im
mediate use when needed. Two or
throe "doses of it at tho right time
will save them much suffering. For
salo by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for the llawaiiau Islands.
Floorwalker Don't you hear Miss
Sellout calling "Cash" at the top of
"Why don't you goto her?"
"'Taint my turn. It's Jim John
son's." "Where is Jim?"
"He just foil down th elevator."
SAVED FROM THE SEA.
Socoud Boat of tho Lady Lampoon
Picked Up Occupants Arrlvo at
San Francisco Same Day as
S. V. Examiner, March nth.
Captain Peterson of the wrecked
bark Lady Lampson arrived in San
Francisco wit It '''s w'"-' ')V ",u Aus
tralia on Ma'rch Stli, and four hours
later First Mate Mailer and the four
men, composing tho hcc.u'd boat's
crew, fears fjr whoso safy have
boon entertained ever since tho dis
aster was ropi rted, sailed in through
the Gold'-n Gate, sound and well,
on tho schooner Martha W. Tuft.
Tho schooner camo from Apia,
Samoa, and picked up tho cockle
shell of a boat with its wretched
crew on the morning of February
12th. aflor thov had boon skteou
days from the wieck. All hands
wore well and hoarty in spite or their
fortnight and ovor of hardship and
suffering, and the fmt questions
thoy asked were concerning tho fato
ol (Japtaiu I'otorson and tno Liamp
son's continent that took to his
boat. When Mate Midler was in
formed of tlnir safety all hands sot
up a joyful shout.
Tiiouanr they webe lost.
"Wo thought suto thoy wore lost,"
said Mullor, "for wo barely kept
afloat during half of our loOU miles
in tho yawl."
By Midler's story it will be soon
that ho had much bettor luck than
tho Captain, for lie was out twelve
days loss and was only 100 inilos from
Honolulu when the Tuft picked him
"Wo loft tho wreck in company,"
said Mullor, "and remained close to
tho other boat until midnight of tho
second day. Then Captain Peterson
and 1 agreed to make tho best of our
way to Honolulu independently, and
parted company for good and all
wo thought. Tho first threo days
after leaving the Captain wo had
frosh, fair winds from the south and
oast, and wo went along liko a racer.
It rained soino on tho second day
after leaving tho wieck and wo ail
got wot through. Our biscuit was
iu a barrel and wo managed lo keep
it dry by spreading a piece of canvas
over it, and tho water wo caught iu
tno boat wo used, lor drinking in
order to save as much as possible.
a week of calm followed uv oales.
"On tlio fourth day the wind died
away and for a week wo had only
light airs and calms, and made but
little headway. Wo had wind enough
and to spare after that.
"Just before dark, when there was
moro than wo could stagger under,
wo rigged a drag or sea anchor by
tying tho oars, mast and sails to
gether and towing the bundle with
tlio boat's painter. OL course, the
boat drilted faster than tho drag
and the drag kept tho boat's head to
tho sea. Not one of us over expect
ed to see tho sun rise again, as tho
heavy seas broke over the boat and
filled her to the thwarts a dozen
times during the night. Wo had all
wo could do every limo to bail tho
water out before another big sea
would nearly fill her again.
"By daylight tho weather moder
ated, and wo took in tho drag and
set tho mainsail and stood on our
course again. There was still a nasty
sea running, and several times tlio
boat nearly broached to, but wo
caught hor in time or sho would
"Wo got breakfast at 8 o'clock unci
then sat down for another long clay,
but wore most pleasantly disappoint
ed. "About 10:30 o'clock Martin yelled:
'There's a saill' Tho wouls almost
set us crazy, and at first wo could
not believe it. We soon caught
sight of tho speck of canvas, how
ever, and made out that it belonged
to a schooner that was steering a
course nearly parallel with ours.
One oi too mon snatched tno
piece of canvas from the top of tho
bread barrel and began to wave it,
and everybody followed suit with
shirts, coats or anything hand in
hopes of attracting tho attention of
tlio schooner's crow. Soon after sho
altered her course and in a very
short time was close to us.
Captain Stokkobyo ordered his
men to hoist our boat on dcck,and
tho cook to make coll'eo for us. Then
ho turned all hands out to let us lie
down iu their bunks. Wo had had
little sleep while iu tho boat as there
was not room to no down, and bo
sides wo wore constantly wot to tho
hkin and shivering with cold.
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Large Packages 50 Cts
109 Fort Street,
Honolulu, HL I.
Pacific Hardware Co., L'd
vessel looK mo
The strongest recommendation
that any article can have is tlio en
dorsement of the mothers of thw
town. When the mothers recom
mend it yon may know that that
article lias more than ordinary merit.
Here is what the Contervillo, .South
Dakota, Citizen says editorially of
an arlicle sold in their town: "Itoiii
personal experience we can say that
(Jhainhorlain's Cough Komedy has
hrokon tip had colds for our chil
dren. We are acquainted with many
mothers iu Ceuteiville who would
not lie without it iu the house for a
good many times its cost, and are
iticoininending it everyday." fiOeont
bullies for sale by all dealer-, litm
son, .Smith iV Co-agents for the Ha
OU vents a month,
"Tho mate of tho
into the cabin and after 1 had drank
a hot cup of coll'eo and swallowed a
glass of brandy 1 turned into his
bunk aud took the longest sleep 1
ovor had in my life. Tho others
were cared for by the sailors, and
Captain .Stokkobyo and his crow did
all they could to make us comforta
ble. "Wo still had a considerable cpiau
tity of canned meat and fruit iu tho
boat when we wore nicked up, as wo
wore very careful of our .supply and
did not use more than we had to.
1 had my sextant, and when 1 could
got a sight of the sun at noon could
tell what latitude wo wore in, but
when it came to longitude 1 had to
compute our position by dead reck
oning, as 1 had no chronometer.
This of course made it rather rinky
laying a couine, but on inquiring the
position after we got on board the
schooner 1 found that 1 was not
very far out.
"Anyway, it is all over now and 1
am glad of it."
Mate .Midler says the men wore u
cheerful as could be during tho en
tile trip aud not one of them wa
heard to growl or complain at the
fearful position iu which fortune
had placed thorn.
The boat in which tho five men
made their long and daugoroim voy
atre is a ship's yawl, Jess than fifteen
feet long and about four aud a half
feet wide, rigged with a mainsail
"Soy!" said the tough young man.
"Wo-o-llt" re.-ponded the waiter.
"Look at tin Kami iu my plato. W'y
don't yor dig yer tatnro 'fore yur bile
'oml" iauVuucujoi's Jourmd.
Cummins' Blooic, Fort Street.
Leather Belting & Lace Leather
OF VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY. AN INVOICE OK
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
TO COMPLETE OUR LINE OF SI7.ES.
Sand Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
a-ietiit Na.il "Pullers, Xja.ri-vt Swivels,
Turner's SnipB and Shears,
.A.-wls and Tools, O-Etrder-L Trowels,
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws', Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
IB. IF. EHZH.SK,S Ss GO.
89 PORT STK.E1H3T.
ARM' It TAKIXd STOCK ALL KINDS Ol- -
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half t lit former com.
Velvet cSc Smyrna :R.-u.gs
la nil blare greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
Iu fuel vc oiler liiiini'iiM' IUo;;iln in all lciMrtiiiciitF, --.,
l?T Drosamaklng Under the Mauaaenieut ol MISS K. CLARK. &:
Daily Bulletin, 50c. per month