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HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 0. 1805.
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Owing to tho pressure of busi
noss today, tho coiuraittoe which
is ongngod in counting tho bil
lots in tho ISui.letin's Bicycle
Contest wre uuublo to furniHb the
totals in tune for publication. Tho
coramittco ndoptod tho Adver
tiser's form of counting votos lust
niglit mid found that it was u fai
lure nnd they will hereafter count
them on tho plan originally used
Tho rosult of toduy'ti count will
bo posted up on u bulletin boiird
in front of tho business ollico as
soon ns completed, as tlio paper
goos to press on Saturdays un
hour earlier thiiii usual.
tiii: Avi:iiTiM:if.s raci:
I'ut Oir Till IVoilnoinlur On Ac
count of the Wentlier,
The Advertiser's voting contest
ttr.ninat'd last night, with tho
rosult tliftt tioorgo Angus got
3593 vo o.o Tom King 3318 and
Sylvester 2388. These three were
to have raced over it toii-inilo
course this uftornoon but owing
to tho muddy condition of tho
roads a t ostponemunt has been
doomod necessary by tlioso inter
ested. As at prosont decided on the
r.co will take placo on "Wednes
day afternoon and tho start will
bo made from Union squaro at a
quarter to fivo sharp. J3y ngroo
meat of tlie contestants the course
wiP be slightly changed at tho
urn near Campbell's. Tho ract
will be rim over tho oxaot 10-mile
course laid out by tho crack
ritior, Terrell, when ho was horo.
m:yvs i'ko.m Koi:ni:i.n.
Tbe Prolcnor AVII1 u lo Jluruu ami
The Kum.ktix has been permit
ted to cupy tho following frcci s
lotter of ProfcbSi r lvoebele to
Commissoner Mirsdon, received
by tho Coptic, dated at Hongkong
"1 have boen hero two days and
could as yet not fii.d much of im
portance Tho largo coceinella 1
had sent from Ceylon is heio at
well and also feeding on tho Cam
bus aphis, not yot on tho islands.
This morning I found the Lcorya
on a rose thai 1 do not know for
eert'iin aiid on it tho larva of n
v cdii I in rodniia, but only in small
numbers. As yet I have, no hopes
of securing much for you hero,
but will baud some tli'ligs by next
steamer. Will go to Canton this
ovoiiing and afterwards to Macao.
Then it will bo host to go over to
Manila Islands, bo as to return
for material for next steamer,
when I hopo to ropnrt bettor pro
gress. "At present no passports can be
obtained to travel m tho interior,
which ut any time can hardly be
done alone, as a fellow bus to
take Ins lio it, cook, food, water
and eerytliing with him. The
natives v. ill not oven sell water to
a loieigner, as your consul informs
"With tho axcoption of tho isl
and of Hongkong this is about
tlio poorest country I haveseoo,
As far as one can see theiu aio
nothing hut bare and rocky hills
without any trcos or vegetation;
up t lit) liver it may look better
and I have not lottt all hopo.''
Tho walls of the ICaw.iiahao
clmieli grounds imiy bo a good
mudhiin for adverlimng tho merits
..I hicyulnH, but thu oolumiiH of
tho Ili'l.i.l'.TiN aro butler.
Tho Illlit an to rtliloh shall be
v tul tint most popular biuyoln in
mixing warm ami IIiouoiiiohI ma
liu ii hot omi huiuru .Novenili' r
A JOLLY GOOD SKIPPER.
captain kites oi' tiii: s.
HITCHCOCK 'tin: .MAN.
.UojiiIIv Net, Itecr net Sort Tnrl. for
lll nllnri Mow to Keep n
During his long stay hero while
waiting for a sugir c.irgo, Captain
Gates of tho ship S. P. Hitchcock
has mudo a largi number f
frionds and depervi dly so. lie in
a jolly whole-souled follow who
believes iu tho Golden Itule, do
ing unto others as ho would bo
done by. Ho not only believes in
the rulo, but, as far as in him lios,
ho practices it. Unlike many caji
t.dns ho is tho snnit all tho year
round, at sea and on shoro. Ho
is not one of the goody-goody
skippers who are S'lints whilo
their vessols aro in port ami under
the eves of a consul, but regular
slave-drivers when out of sight of
land. Captain Gates bolioves in
treating his orew well and ho does
it. And stiango to say he finds
that it pays him very well iudood,
and his owners a good deal bet
ter. They aro to woll ploiscd
CAl'TAlS K. V. OATES.
with tlio wny ho runs his ship
that his oxpeii.so bill is never criti
cized, it is sutlioiont for thorn that
Captain Gates ordered tho arti
closin the bill.
As an instance in point most
ownors would kick about an item
of two do.on mosquito nots in a
captain's account ai:d would not
allow it for a moment. Not so
Captain Gates's owiiMrs, for they
know that ho had good uso for
thorn when ho bought thorn, Tho
first night Ins ship was in this
port evory man on board was fur
nished with a mosquito net, an
unheard of luxury in tho foro
c.istlo of 1)00 vessols out of a
thousand. And maybe the crew
did not approciato their captain's
thoughtfulnehs. You would think
so if you hoard them toll of it up
town. Having boon there himsolf
Captain Gates known that his
soaiiien, in o.iininou with otheis,
aro partial to beer mid other in
t'.xicants, and strange to say
when in port he sees that they
havoall that is good for them. On
tho day following his anivtl hero
the woik of discharging billast
was commenced. It was pretty
hard work and it was a Muy hot
d ly. Tho cook guvo the crow
lino diniiur of shorn I'm id, and just
as they wore sotting down to
dinner one of ,11m I) nld'a wagons
drew up on tho whaif and dlivor
od at tin foieeastlo door live
dozen ii,t bottles of Kuturpriso
boor uiooly packed in 100. Cap
tun Gates had orduiml the bonr
sent when ho went up town in tho
morning, ami what is tun thu
allownnmi was kept up enry day
Wllilll till) VUHiill wiu in put.
Thoho aro only a o.niplo of p-
HlilllOUH Of OllptlUII (Jntl)h'H trout
iiiiiut of IiImiiiuu, Is It any won
di'i' lliat (hoy inolprmiiil'jill
Mar , is!.
HA":' 'i' "" fc.7
; ', , .
Umbo few bottles of beer got out I
sevonl li.indi.Mls tons ,.f ballnst
half the time which would
usiiully bii required. 'I
worked with n will, and o
th Hitchcock they always do,
"Whatoser work i-s necess.ay t ) bu
dono i3 done quickly and dono
well, and after that the men's timo
is their own.
Nevertheless Captain Gates is
the boss of tho ship and tho men
know it and respect him. One
word from him will accomplish
more than n voliimo of oaths from
tho mouths of many captains.
Spooking of his experiences in
h nulling men hu siid to the
MiJM.KTlX's informant: "I never
have tinv trouble with niv men
and don't allow my oilicors to.
There is no occasion for it. 1
treat thorn as woll as is good for
them and they return that treit
mnnt by faithful work. In a fin
ancial seu-'o 1 find that it pays.
I never hive to advertise or pay
rewards for deserting sailors, for
somehow or other my men never
dosort mo. 1 novor havo to bo in
port watting for a crow. In sov
oral recent voyages I havo nevo
split a sail or lo3t a spar. This is
pirtly good luck, of coins., out 1
give the men credit for most of it,
for they havo the handling of
thoni. not me. There aro men on
the Hitchcock who have boon with
me sovon years. Do you think
they will desert tho vossol? Not
much, you couldn't drivo thoin
Thero nre not many captains in
the luorohant sorvico who would
givo an ontiro ship's crow shore
loavo tho day boforo sailing on
tho long voyago from Honolulu to
New York, and yot that is what
Captain Gates did tho day boloie
yesterday. Each man was givon
enough money for him to have a
good lima on and told to bo back
on the ship at a cortaiii hour.
With two or threo exceptions they
wore all thore, tho exceptions be
ing too drunk to got down to tho
wharf. Tho police found tlioso
without trouble and put them on
hoard on a hint from the C.tntiin
th'it ho was ready to nail. Tho
mon did not dcertbut cimply got
loo drunk to get back to tho ship.
Captiin Gates believes in sail
ing full-handod and always has
three or lour mon more than the
regulation number, and hu will
insist when his brother captains
remonstrate with him on tho ex
tra expense that ho makes money
for his owners and himself by do
And that is why tho ownors of
tho H. P. Hitchcock nuvur scruti
nize Captain Gates's espouse bills
and why he never has any trouble
with his men. A moro willing
and a bettor treated crow nover
sailed from this port than sailed
ytstord.iy on the S. P. Ilitohcook.
Another lil.iw ul American 'I rallle.
Uo ii s.il Charles Seymour writes
tho Department of Stito from
Canton, China, that two huge
British steameis liavo left th.it
country with a general lino of
Cliino.su and ,Jnp.iuuo productions
for Now York. Tho vcsolsgo by
the Suez e.innl route, nnd took
their cargoes at the extremely luw
rate of f(i per ton of fully cubic
At this rato tho products of
lCastoru Asia can b" dolivend in
Now Yolk at lc-s cost for trans
portation than is required for con
veying tho freight .icriihS any one
uf the l.'.rgu St.it. s, and for about
iino-fourth of tho price paid from
New York or any American Atlan
tic poit to Ahiii by the ovorland
nil Iron! to Ainoiiuan polls on tho
I'aeilie and then by tho several
xloiimship lines to .lap.iu and
"Thus," Siys Mr. .Seymour,
"not only are Aiiiuiioi.il mid other
sailing vehSls (n Htlllur fioiu III in
now sleanndilp lute, but this new
oiiuuii freight war must seriously
iill'inl all of Urn gioil hloiiinship
iutui'iHiH hnlWMUi Chum and Ann"
I'iuan ports on tho I'uuiuV mid
Aiiiori-nn liiumuoiitliiontal trade
Thu world iiioiuH on it whoi'l,
I fiTFRT FflRFIRM WFWS
Lh ' tC ' UlltlUPI MlWo.
KI'SMA ritUXOItLS KMil.AM) to
iilill.AI OK WAIt.
Durrniit Trial Nrarlni; Hie Knil Unltctl
Mute t llrmmiUe C'ulinit ItolicN
Xeu'K I'rom Kcr) where.
Sax Francisco, Oct. 20,. (By Hark
S. C. Allen.)
Attorney Dickinson addressed
tlio jury for tho defense in tho
trial of Durvant on Friday tho
'25th. sneakine all dav. At '1
o'clock ho askod the Court to
allow him to conclude at tho noxt
su-sion. As some of tbe jury had
business thoy wishod to do on
Monday, tho Court adjournod
Mrs. Schwartz, mother of I.
Schwartz of San Francisco, diod
lately at Chriatchurch, Now Zoa
land. It was her father, Lazarus
SchtraiiB, who, whilo on sentinol
duty, rofusod to allow Napoloon
Bouaparto, disguised in a jieasant,
to pass tho gate. For this act ho
was promoted, and afterward
gien a medal.
W. A. Terrell of Sin Joso won
two handicap races on tho Silt
Lako bicycle track. His time for
two-thirds of a milo was 1:18 -1-5.
Charlie Coultor made tho record
for the same distance, tho samo
day, at Louisvillo, his timo being
1:00 2-5, and Crooks nndWoinig
loworod the milo record to 1:50.
C. D. ltoso of England has
withdruwn his challenge for tho
Cecil Stewart, who loft Now
Zoaluud to circlo tho world
against time on a wager, is likoly
to lose. Ho was to bo in Boston
on tho 25th, but only secured
passago for thore at Chicago on a
c.ittlo train that day.
Corbott is watting for Fit.sim
inoiiH iu El hino, Texas.
Edna Schmidt, tho daughter
of a Chicago millionaire, has run
away and married her
A majority of the
Council will vote for
closing of saloons.
ltov. 1). Hanson Irwin,
byterian, of San rrunoisco, has
dud at tho ago of 20 after a
smgical opoiation for uppondi
citus. Saloon licouses havo been
graded at Stockton, Cal., accord
ing to tho hours tho saloons am
kept opon. All havo tiken tho
I lowest grado, tho hours bomg
from 7 in the morning until '.) at
niglit. This will reduce tho city's
revenue from licouses to a third
of what it was.
It is proposed to form a now
Stito of portions of Minnesota,
ii:i.: i W'!...,u;
iHJUUI'ail lllld II lauuiioni.
Sixteen Proshytorian mission
aries for tho Orient left Tacoma
by tho S. S. Victoria.
Tho President of Ann Aibor
University refused to introduce
Divid IS. Hill whou ho lectured
to the 2(j00 students.
Senator Sherman will attond
the National llepublioaii Conven
tion as a spectator. He is for
Now Jor.ioy's State Federation
of Women's Clubs agreed to make
individual olfut for Mrs. May
briok'sruhmso from prison iu Eng
land, but would not adopt a peti
tion to Queen Viotori i, as sumo of
tho members dosiied.
Tho Viukshiiig National Mili
tary Iiii k AHMioiatioii is the result
if thu visit of Western men to the
Initio ground inelduntal to the
Tn-asury "hIi lmin(u, S1'J.
Ihll.lllld, gold iour.f, 1011,2111,-
A Ri-'iul fin do uluiilo oxpol-
lion at WurthiiiBP.il in lUUu 1h pro-
It? r Admiral C. C. CaronU-z
is to be lotnod, uftor his relief on
the Asntic station by Commodore
M.'N i if.
Tin N'oragiia Cv al r'
sio i 11 io,)Oti in fuv, r
ciin u us bavin ' the bost r
ft v . f
S. (loon os f r foroc'osiu- Vfe2
gianted at ltiv-rsido, Cl , ftr
iimouiits aggregating neir'y S2C
IJUIJ m collection w.tn tho rac v
lic II mk wtock.
Cutiaeil Ii) ltnlii-M Arrniisriiienl With
From London on Octobor U5
tho following is telegriphed: A
dispatch fiom Shanghai yester
day afternoon, announcing the
dopnrturo of a lloot of fifton lus
sian warships from Vladivostoclc
for Chemulpo and Fusan, Coreu,
and the Timos dispitch from
Hongkong announcing that litis
sia had obtained the right to an
chor hor tleot at Port Arthur and'
construct railro.ds on tho Lino
tungj)oninsula,aro looked; upon in
general as a sudden reopening in
an unexpected quarter of tho far
Eastern question in its widest
It is admitted hero tint the
situation is so grave that, should
the nows prove truo, it would
make a war, in which sovor.il na
tions will tako part, more than
probablo. It should bo added
that thero is evory reason to be
liovo that tho story from Hong
kong is authentic. Tho afternoon,
papers of this city all publish long
articles agreoing that British in
tervention 'iu tho far East is
The St. James Gazotto says that
"ovon war with ltussia would bo
less disastros than to allow her
without a blow to get such a grijv
Tho Pall Mall Gazotto Buys.
"Russia has annexed China," and
in the course of a long article
adds, "If this treaty is to stand
roll up the map of Asia." It
urges the inoccupation of Port
Hamilton by tiio British and the
immediate strengthening of the
British lleet in the Chinese waters
"lest Japan lose her Hoot at tht
Sinco this important nows wns
circulated, tho greatest activity
has been disp'ayed iu tho (.iovorn
inont oificos hero, particularly at
the Foreign Ollico and at Hie Ad
miralty, and tlio coming and go
ing of mesengors was continuous
throughout tho morning and busi
ness bonis of the afternoon.
A Washington dispatch of
October 25 says: While nothing
official can bo loirind in Wash
ington with reference to the
alleged secret treaty botweou
Russia and China, it is not doubt
ed that boino understanding ex'st
betwoon tho two countries whioh
will result to their mutual ad
vantage. From tho beginning of tho war
between China and Japan, ltussii,
it was repeated I' said, was en
doavoring to ell'ect some arrange
ment with China or. lupin which
would give her a piopur terminus
for hor great railway. Yladivoa
tock, which is now the eastern
toi minus uf thu road, is iu so
northerly a latitude that the har
bor is filled with ice f..r ut lonsl
half of the year. ItusMa is com
pelled, therefore, to find nnotlior
torminiis, which will bo opu tc
Sir Charles Hallo, the noted"
pianist, has diod at Muiuliuster,
aged 77 years.
.I.ibe. Balfour, tho L.bt-ruloi
onni'mmofi wrouker, who w.8'x
ti'iidilml from tho Aiguiliiio lt
publiu uftor much (Way, is ud
trial in Loud u.
S i ll-ihorl Pool, liiluly Hpvnltor
of the II lino uf C UlllllUUH, ll!18
ninpiomlhgil with hli (innlllor at
au r win. no oyn .mil mug
try nl'-nit HiW.
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