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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 16, 1895.
HENHY OABTLK DEAD.
Perishes Among Three Hundred Vic
tims of an Ocean DisaBtor.
By tho Alameda tho nieUucholy
nows has come of tho death of
Heury N. Castle, editor of tho
Advortisor and one of tho stock
holders of the Hawaiian Qazutto
Company. Ho was a passenger on
tho steamship Elbe, which wan sunk
by collision in tho North Sea, tho
night of January 30, with a loss of
moro than throo hundred lives. Tho
oteamer was ou voyago from Bremen
for New York.
Tho disaster bofell tho great ship
almost without warning. She was
pursuing hor course just boforo day
break through a rough sea amid half
a gale, whicli blow bittor cold. Other
vessels were in sight, with which
wore exchanged signals. Suddenly
there was n crash, and in a moment
the Elbe lay holpless upon tho
water, out half iu two by a smaller
steamor, which struck her almost
amidships. How it happened no
one on tho largo vessel lives to tell,
for all who aro kuowu to bo saved
wero below decks whon tho collision
Tho bow, which struck tho linor,
romaiued a few moments wedged in
tho great rent which it had made.
Tho sea soon toro tho two ships
apart. Tho smaller one, badly dam
aged and almost holples, drifted
away, and did uot oven learn with
what ship she had beou in collision.
She is tho Scotch steamor Craithio
of Aberdeen. 175 tons. Late ou tho
ovouing of tho JMJth sho crawled into
tho harbor of Mass Luis, near Rot
terdam. It was quickly realized ou board
tho Elbo that hor wound waj fatal
and that sho coidd not long survive
Tho blow toro opon all tho middle
compartments, and a llood of water
quickly sank tho eugiuo and boiler
rooms to the water's edge. Somo
passengers undoubtedly wero killed
iu iiioir uerius, especially somo
Germany, where ho had studiod bo- I i II1HC1'
fore, to take a course in philosophy.
Ho had with him in Germany his
little daughter Dorothy, 1 years old,
his only child by his first marriage.
His socond wife is in Philadelphia.
A child was born thero since the
fathor sailod for Germany."
Aft pAalln trna n ami nf (ha Infn
S. N. Castlo. Ho dolivorod tho DAY, February
Fourth of July oration in Honolulu continuing tor
in loon. His hrst wifo was won'anu
wed iu Germany, whilo Mr. Castlo
was thoro receiving part of his edu
cation. This lady was killed by a
carriage accident in 1890, which hap I
pouod whon Henry was reporting
legislative proceedings for his paper.
Sho loft a babe who has now shared
hor father's shocking death. Henry
N. Castlo was born at tho family
residence, Kawaiahao, Honolulu,
August 22, 1802, aud was conse
quently over 82 years of age at
death. After tho death of his first
wife already mentioued ho married
Miss Wing, of tho Oahu Collogo
teaching staff. Ho left hero in
August last for tho United States to
joiu his wife, and thence went to ' fi,,.f ,..
ri !il. I r. i -I.il.l .t. ' III" I. U
was five years old. Iu his absouco a AI'I'KOVAJ,, but that tllOSC j
child was boru to him, on November j who have dealt with US have !
20, 1891, and ho was ou his return I i.,,on (,millpnflv u'lt'isfied with I
homo to seo tho littlo ono when ho i H". V,m,,e,,t.V f"u,sllul u,tn
1 mot a grave in tho ocean depths. their transactions.
1 His departuro was also hastonod by ( WE ATTKACT
I news of tho troublo iu Hawaii. '
- i And retain patronage more
by the kxokllknoe of quali
tiks shown and our beasox-
abi.e pjitoKS than by prepos-
New Goods! -:- New Goods!
ONE WEKK We
will ho'd the largest bhm-
NANT SALK of the SKASON.
At the prices we are asking
every piece will be sold. Head
what follows and kindly bear
it iu mind.
Goes far toward establish
ing the standing of a business
housu in any community, and
the good-will and patronage ,
wc have had during the la-it
forty years indicate, not only
have the popular
JUST OPENED AT
1ST. S. S
sao Fort St,
UOCAX. AMD (iKNEUAX NEWH.
Divine servico will be held
German at Y. M. C. A. hall at
Lionel Hart rotired from tho For
eign Ollico to-day, recoiving a cor
dial rocommoudation to busiuess
Tho Amoricau ship Charmer has
boon chartered at San Francisco to
load sugar at this port for New
Pl.arlna A P
oi reornau wero
eacocu ami unarios
tho only European
those iu tho second cabin, for tho passongors by tho S. S. Gaelic to-day ,
staterooms wero smashed to bits aud j from Yokohama.
several, of tho passageways wero i , , . , ,
blocked by debris. All but two or Tll S. S. Alameda sailod at 2:30
three of the 210 passengers wero iu I o'clock this afternoon for tho Colo-.
bed. ntos. Tho band was at tho wharf
At first thero wai some attempt at ' when sho departed. i
discipline. Tho captain aud first
Naval Constructor Armistoad died
at Mare Island, New York, Jan. 27,
from injuries received by a blow
from a broken hawser.
There is a hoalthy stream running
down Borotauia street gutter from
the artesiau well being bored for
tho Honolulu Water Works.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
oflicer gavo clear orders, which wore
heard by all, that the women and '
children should outer tho boats first.
This made plain to everbody that
the ship was doomed, and terror in
inauy cases became maduoss. The
crew at first worked with ellleiout
self-possession. In the lowering of
tho boats they were hampered by
frozen ropes aud tho sovoro list of
the rapidly sotting steamship.
It soon became apparent to all
that tho ship was fouuderiug. Thou
aroso tho wild cry, "Thoro aro uot
boats enough." L'ttlo discipline re
maiuod after that moment. There
wore some sad struggles to oscapo at
mo espouse oi me oiuors. xuo last quarantino. None of the pa-sengors
order heard by any survivor was tho ' .tore allowed ashore and no visitors
captain's commauu that tho women
tcrous claims of selling goods
below cost, etc.
As wc have said before that i
when you pay less for goods
than we ask for them you get
an inferior quality.
Cairy a stock of dry goods
that is complete in every
sense, from the lowest priced
goods to the most luxurious
made, we make a specialty of
the highest grade, and exclu
sive designs of the most re
cent and accepted styles.
Worth your while alwiys
in making purchases to look
at our stock before deciding.
If we have what you want
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Children's Stocking In similes of Tim In nil sizes.
Just the tliltij; for tilling or for short people. Wc have thciu in nil sites.
New Hand Bags, New Buckles,
New Jot Trimmings, New Silk Trimmings.
Black Drapery Net for Dresses !
S JSTHTW LACES &Z
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day, you Will certainly Dtiy It, it
week or month. Terms: 25 aud 50 quality and price are any con
cents per night: $1 and $1.25 per L,:,!.,.... :,.,
t tho rueotiue of tho Board of
Health held this morning it was de
cided to placo tho S. S. Gaelic in I
and children should go to tho opno
sito sido of the ship from where the
damago was, and whoro most of tho
boats wore boiug put out.
Tho first lifeboat that iloatod was
quickly filled with men and women,
but capsized boforo it got Ion yards
from tho side. Ono young woman
in this boat clung to it uutil pickod
up by the second boat, which is tho
only one known to havo escaped.
She was the only woman saved, for
in tho wild scramble at tho very last
only men, and all but four of 'these
oOicors aud crew, secured places.
Au Ohio man who happened to bo
drossod aud on deck within a mo-
were allowed ashore and no visitors
wero allowed on board.
United Carriage Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
ways ready at tho call of "290," fur-
B. F. EHLEKS & CO.
The business of tho couutry is
sottlinc into its formor groove. Our
ni.l.n. inn ii,r..,fi..4i.'i,r.rf .: Kentlemanly drivor has returned
est notico-good horses and nice car- from his vacation, the cows iu tho
riagos, from buggy to wagonette. I Pa8tur..8",1ltc.utfl!fs ,u?lte.ad of bu !
lots with their tails and the cream is
A landlord's notice of salo of goods ' ricuor Q cousoquouco. Wo boliovo
and chattels taken under distraint i wo ha satisfied overv one of our
appears elsewhoro. Thoy aro tho customers who have taken milk from
coutonts of W. S. Luce's wino aud I us autl wo aro n a position to sup
liquor store, and will bo sold at tho V? a great many more. The pooplo
i,M,'m, mnma nt T. J T.nv nn WUO frOUl cllOICO Or UOCOSSltV Visited
i March G. i Waialae during tho past two weeks
nave uau au opportunity to goo just
diet our i
G. R. Harrison, nractical nlsnn what. unrt. of flint, nnr Rtnnlc fnudfi
drossou am on deck within a no- and orgJn makor tuuer.cau fur-1 upon, and no longer wonder at tho
mont of the collision says the time nlsh lml factory references. Orders ' richuoss of tho milk from our dairy,
was less than tnontv minutes from lt)ft nt Hawaiian News Co. will re- Our facilities for delivery aro tho
ine flinKinK iub uiow uuiu ine , CBive prompt attention. All work j best. With tho exception of a day
Ship disappeared. It was only after ....-ntHed to lm the am a done nr two narlv in tlm Inte unnloasant.
thrtin nr mnr mura nr ommru iv ' ..
posure that tho boatload of pooplo , -
was rescued by tho smack Wild-1 J. II. Want, Chief Justice of Now
flower. Tho point at which thoy t South Wales, is a through passongor
iirjwA wi ibni t i a Altnut ! w vlm 1. X l C? C3 4 iM.Mnli. LI.. ! ..4 1.
nuiu (uunmi uj io auuuv unj uiuun uy luu o. o. illiiuiuuil. iiu uaa wivu
lam a naphtha launch capable of
i carryiug twenty persons, it is a
I very serviceable craft aud was built
by (jr. W. ftuoass oi ban rrancisco.
southeast of Lowestoft, almost mid
way botweou tho English aud Dutch
A Washington despatch savs: "At
tho Hawaiian Legatiou here tho
news of tho roportou drowning of H.
N. Castle was received with groat
sorrow. Mr. Castle was well kuowu
to many Washingtouians. Ho came
hero with tho Hawaiian Commission
in lo'JJ, and remained for several
months, enjoying the hospitalities
of tho capital city. I
"Mr. Castlo was tho editor and
proprietor of tho Houolulu Advor- j
tisor. Ouo of his brothers was a
Commissioner to the United States
and another was by tho sido of
Charles L. Carter whou ho was shot
iu tho receut revolution. Henry j
Castlo was a uativo of tho islands,
but was educated iu the United
States, having graduatod at Oberlin i
aud taken a law course at Harvard, i
Hetook an active part in the revo
lilt mil ntlrl niliaii 4liiiir.a milofiwl am
AUbiiJii, ui.t nuuu liiiiio ijuiubuii iu-
turnou to this couutry to take a post
uess our drivers have always been
ou time at our customers' residences.
We take this opportunity to thank
those who have boon patient with us
and to solicit a continuance of thoir
patronage Wo will bo pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to us aud
guarauteo all milk to be pure aud
freo from adultoration.
I If you waut to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
' spoct tho stock of Brown v Kuboy,
. at No. 1. Masonic Templo; thoro you
' will finu tho largest variety in Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on weekly and
I monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
make a specialty oi rubber stamps.
In a rocout editorial tho Salem,
Oregon, Independent says: "Time
and again havo wo seeu Chamber
lain's Cough Uomody tried and never
without tuo most satislactory re
sults. Whenever wo seo a person ,
allliclod with horsoness, with a cough
or cold, wo invariably adviso them
to got Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy: aud when they do, thoy never
wheu things quieted re-! regret it. It always does the work,
ami noes n won. ror Baio uy lien-
Tiik WAIALAE RANCH.
A ONE UKMVIDKI) TWENTIETH
Bharo In tho Ahumiaa ot llonukuo
situate In South Kona, Hawaii, coutululuK
an area of G578 Acres, anil bulnu Aimna U
ol K. 1. (W57, U 0. A. 7713. There uro X'i
0-10 Acres to every sluuo. This land ml
Joins Kalablkl ou the South anil Is a valu
able property, A pood deal of It Is suit
able for L'ollee, ami the balance for pastur
aco. It lies near Hookena landing l'rlco
u. Title punoci; warranty uucu,
Honolulu, January t, 1K!J..
mriicuinrs uppiy iu
oil nnd stniuiied, ulveu
ler liurtlculnrs imiilv
J. M. MONSAKUAT
craduato course at Ann Arbor.
"Ho returned to tho islauds in
company with Miutstor Thurttou
last summer. Ho came back to
America and last September loft for
sou, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
When tho rays of Old Sol are boiling down at a ninety de
gree rate, tho air liko tho breath of n furnuco ami everything
hot, dry nnd dutdy, Ihe natural tic-ire of tho average human is
to drink. But, what to drink? There's the question.
Tho serious oiled of an over-indulgence in ico water is well
known. Tho thousand ami one cheap gassy beverages are known
to be more or Icps injurious to the health, whilo th mineral
waters of known purity and hcallhfulncss nre a luxury beyond
the reach of but few. What (hull we drink?
A beverage to meet the rcquiicmoiils, must, lirt of all, bo
absolutely pine and nuu-ulcoholic. It should possess a medi
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Last but not least, it must ho economical and within the reach
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A puckugo from your storekeeper will mako live gallons of
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What shall wo drink? There uro many substitutes and imita
tions ol HIltES' BOOT BEKU offered for salo which should bo
"Wo havo used your Boot Beer for over u year and find it
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"Wo have used over ono hundred bottles of your Boot Beer,
drinking it winter and summer. My brother and inyoclf are
total ahstaiuors, drinking nothing but Hires' Boot Beer,
Michaki. Kku.v, 1(5 Water St., Waltbam, Mass., U. S. A."
If your subscription has expired now
il a good limf to renrvi it.
O. B. DWI&HT
Does nil kinds of Work In
Ctment & Stone Sldwaiks & (Ming.
lie has on hand a larun supply of Chi
line (intuitu Curb and always kf ops Ha
nailun UarliliiL' Stone. Eftliim'iM ulvuii
I and lowest prices fissured
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