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THE EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU: H.' I., NOVEMBER 25. 1899.
COLUMBIA'S TRIP ABROAD
Wilt Walt to
Learn About .jjliftxt
Hj IKcs At Scbtduled for Next Season
ttie'Y'fhl Will Be Sent to the Medltcr
ra:e:nIn Winter Quarters
Nov.- York, Nov. 17. Tho Tribuno
"iIm victorious cup defender Colum
bia i.i.a uten hauled out on tho ways
of ..oun Hawkins, ut City Island. This,
liowuver, dues not sottlo tho question
as to whether or not tho famous Her
TL'i.uuif craft will cross tho ocean to
co:iUi. in Mediterranean and British
l.lri U-iin himself does not know Tor
cont.i)i what will bo done. Ho unci Mrs.
1mm w-lii soon start for the other side
and them aro many things to consider
btfv.c any order will Issue to place
tho Columbia under cruising rig. At
prts.-ut tho Intentions aro simply to
put ihe cup winner In n good safo placo
on tho land and leave her there until
Mr. Ir-;lln came from All Vlow, Now
Rochcllc, to City Island, to look the
boat over after she was hauled out and
to il-e somo directions In regard to
thus, men who were still employed on
tho Duat, two of whom were paid off
ycsteitlay. When seen at tho Hawkins
yarclL lie said:
"I- have had nil tho yachting I want
or a !tug time." Ho did not, however,
Bay ti.it ho had positively mado up his
mind to leave tho Columbia where she
Is until tho next American yachting
ueason and the rest of tho conversation
showed that this Is not yet settled.
Among tho few men still employed
on tho Columbia there Is a difference
of opinion as to tho future movements
of the yacht. Ono man, who woro the
un If onp of tho crew, said:
"This boat Is going across tho ocean.
I know what slio Is going to do, and
you need not remain any longer In
doubt. Tho Columbia will lcavo hero
In January to cross to the other side.
This Is the present Intention and this
13 what will bo done."
Another man, who said ho had been
paid off, gave tho Impression that tho
yacht v.-ould remain at Hawkins yards
eo that no risks would be taken with
lier until she Is required again in theso
waters. Ho added: "They aro going
to send another boat over from tho oth
er side 'to raco for tho cup next yonr,
ond this Columbia will bo used again
to defend with. Sho Is good enough to
do tho trick a second time, becnuse
they, cannot build her match In Eng
land and oho will, bo safo to win next
year ns sho was this. No risks will,
. therefore, bo taken with so vnluablo
a boat merely for the purpose of win
ning n fow cups from slower boats on
the otr.er side. Tho Columbia will re
main hero until sho Is wanted again
to defend In tho homo waters.'
The cmtrndletory and equally 'posi
tive B'atements suggest that If a now
challenger comes from England or else
where for a cup raco next year tho Co
lumbia will remain where sho Is, but
that If no challenge como3 In before
Janur-y 1, sho will put on a ketch rig
nn'd cress In time for tho Illvlern inc
lng. If no challenge comes before
January 1 tho New York Yacht Club
need not lessen tho regular ten months'
notlco and thus tho raco could not bo
Balled with tho season, under the Inst
deed cf girt; so that after tho second
or third week In December tho Colum
bia may prcparo to sail for tho other
Bide knowing that sho will not bo re
quired haro next season.
Oidcis wero Issued to havo tho Co-lwr.y-i
covered at onco with canvas.
Tfio yecht will bo moved sldowlso to
get bar off tho ways on which sho still
rcstb. This will bring her close, along
side hfr summer companion, tho De
fend.", which wns hauled out somo
tlmi) .';o, and Is nearest tho wharf.
Theaj two leading yachts of tho United
States "have been hauled out at the
wayc :ifOohn Hawkins for two reasons
Fl: it, because tho employes aro ac
ctistc -fd'to tho work, and second, bo
scaus. "ho only other ways except tho
lierr "-.Jiffs, which will haul out such
dcop ' a an these belong to tho Gov
ernment and cannot bo ubccI.
'Coraniodoro J. Plcrpont Morgan has
ju8t")-M all tho years expenses of tho
Deft.- v. Now tho wlnnor of 1890,
whl(J"-fts lout byV. K. Vandorbllt for
IJ'stTpiv-.Mei-'B'iiHts, has gone back to
hja rjjVge jmd'bSuienee,
mii' -.(- i -
'" "' ! The Orinicum.
crii jiiawjinlBt whuimndo their first
aWt '', jie lilst Wtfli!' wt- ni cordial t
aplci TVoeeptlon,,' crowded house.
Wo rfffcHdiiKMiiyCiiO 'IJJhotps;" In which
Oogg& taUcB tho part of tho,' much, dun
ned affranjiQi',. .gavc'Jlr, Flctcuor
.u),o;.f r'-jjnltjr.to Jlpmons'tnito his abi
lity u' " comedian of no'iean ordrr.
idles Edith Fletcher Is a young and lu-
terestlng lady with a pleasant voice
and nimble feet. Tho Misses Marlon
and Clara Llewelyn, high soprano and
alto duotlsts, mado a highly favorable
impression. Notwithstanding tho fact
that theso songstresses had only land
ed a fow hours after a long sea voy
age, thoy acquitted themselves admir
ably. That grand duct from Marltana,
"Holy Mother duldo His Footsteps,"
being specially well rendered, a tyro
Icnn duet from the French opera Ma
damo Favart, being given In rcsponso
to an encore. Horr Uusch Is a hand
somo and clover trapezlst, 1i1b feats of
contortion whllo on tho horizontal bar
Is a daring novelty. Musical Fletcher
gave selections on any old thing lay
ing around, whllo McClnty got in his
deadly "gags" with telling effect. Tho
orchestral selections woro also excel
lent, tho program as a whole being
qulto up to any of its numerous prcde
ressors. The llollunil, 11 Success.
Now York, Nov. 1C Tho oulclnl re
ports on tho Holland submarlno boat
from John Lowe, Captain, United
States Navy, and the Board of Inspec
tion and Survey, tho president of which
Is Frederick Rogers, U. S. N., woro
mado public today. Both reports deal
at length In tho technicalities of tho
trials and both ugrco that tho trials
havo been successful In almost every
particular. Captain Lowe, In addi
tion, submits a report of his observa
tions as ordered by the Government.
Captain Lowe concludes his technical
report as follows: "I report my be
lief that tho Holland Is a successful
and vcrltafblo submarlno torpedo boat,
capablo of making a verltablo attack
upon un enemy unseen and undetectable
nnd that, therefore, she Is an onglno of
warfare of tcrrlblo potency, which tho
Government must necessarily ndopt In
to Its service."
Logun Burled at JMnnlln.
Washington, Nov. 17. A despatch
wns received nt tho War Department
today from General Otis saying that It
was impossible to send tho remains of
tne lato Major John A. Logan to this
country now, and thoreforo the body
had been burled at Manila.
Five days elapsed beforo tho body
could bo sent from tho battlefield to
Manila. General Otis says that tho ser
vant of Major Logan, with tho effects
of the Major, Bailed on the Sikh for tho
A flno portrait of Major Logan has
been sent to tho War Department by
Mrs. Lognn.whlch Is to bo placed In tho
saloon of tho transport Logan.
Ilotr to Mul.'t a Uoil Tonic
Two ounces bittersweet bark, 4
ounces wild cborry bark, 3 ounces uni
corn root, 2 ounces spikenard root, 4
ounce yellow dock root, nu onnco Col
ombo root,- 2 ounces older flowora, an
ouuco fennel seed, n quart port wine, a
pound sugar, G quarts water. Placo
herbs, roots, etc., In a 0 quart vessel,
add tho 6 quarts of water, boiling hot,
nud let tho herbs btccp slowly until re
duced ciio-third, then Mrniu carefully.
'lo this add tho MJgnrund when cold add
tho wino. Lcttlu tightly and keep in n
ccol placo. Take n stunt half wiueglass
ful thrco times day.
Uuur en L'ee Bliould Ho Dolled.
Thcro is no botttr way to boil an egg
than not to put it on tho flro ut ull. In
Heart of this tho bulling water should
bo poured upon tho egge, und tlicy t,tbcu
ihoulrt bo covered and set r.sido for ten
minutes. Cocks who try this rccipo
complain of its uncertainty. If tho egga
uvo Uono "just right," they uro perfec
tion, tho whlto a thick oustnrd and tho
yolk smooth uml rich. Hut sometimes,
at tho cud of thu ten minutes, they nro
uuurccly "set'' at ull, nnd scmetimei
tkuy uro too hard. Tho reason for this
occasional fuiluro is that n proper
amount of wuter has not been nllowcd.
This varies according to tho contents of
tho saucepan. There should bo u half
pint of water and it should havo boil
u hurd for several moments beforo us
ingfor each egg. ,
"EXPERIENCE IS THE BEST
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Hood's I'illo aro non-lrrltatlng, mild,
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A MYSTERY OF THE OCEAN
A Bark With All Sails Sit And Hot
a Soul Aboard.
vghied 150 Miles off the Coast Case or
Mary Celeste No Clue Left Perfectly
Sound And Dry.'
Within tho past fow days tho only
parallel to tho case of tho Mary Celes
tes tho greatest mystery In maritime
annnls has created wide interest In
shipping circles. . The weird circum
stances attending tho abandonment of
the Mary Celeste are now historic, and
havo been utilized by at least ono fa
A week or two ngo tho captain of tho
Cohlcnz sighted n bark with nil sail sot
nbout ISO miles off tho coast of Heligo
land. Ho hailed her, but, receiving no
reply, ho sent n boat's crow to make
Inquiries. They found tho bark en
tirely deserted, although perfectly
sound und dry, nnd, moreover, thcro
was absolutely no cluo to bo found that
would throw any light on tho mystery.
This caso Is almost on all fours with
that of tho Mary Celeste. A fow days
beforo sailing from New York Captain
Brlggs met Captain Morchouso of tho
English brig Del Gracla. Tho two men
wero old frlonds, nhd as they wero both
bound for Mediterranean ports, they
louud plenty of matter for conversa
tion. A day or so later tho Del Gracla
put out to sea, sailing a fow days ahead
of tho Mary Celeste.
Tho Del Gracla's voyago was with
out Incident until December 7th, when
tho Island of Santa Maria, tho south
ernmost of tho Azores group, camo in
sight. Almost at tho samo Instant tho
sails of n brlgantlno wero mado out In
tho offing nnd Captain Morehouse do
elded that tho oncoming vessel was
nono other than the Mary Celeste. But
thcro was not a soul on board. Tho ca
bin of tho Mary Colcsto was jUBt as It
would bo If tho ship's company had
ucen on board. Tho captain's watch
hung from tho bracket of tho Bwlnglng
lamp over tho tabic, and on tho tablo
itsclt was a slate, on which somo notes
for tho logbook had been Jotted down,
'ino dato of tho entry was November
21th, showing that tho vessel had been
left to her own devices for nearly two
weeks when found.
Under tho entry on tho slate, which
recorded light wind and fair weather,
wero the words: "Fanny, my dear
wife' This, it was afterward learned,
was In tho handwriting of tho mate,
who probably started a message to his
wife wllo his shipmates wero lower
ing tho boat.
Later on tho exploring party enter
ed tho captain's room, and hero thoy
found tho clothes of his little child
and In ono of tho berths tho imprint of
a littlo hand on tho pillow. Tho other
berths were undisturbed, showing that
tho abandonment of tho vessel must
havo taken placo In tho evening. In
tho galloy everything was Just as thi
cook had left It when cleaning up after
supper, and ono of tho sailor's chests
contained a 5 noto and various other
articles of value. Everything pointed
to tho fact that tho crow must havo left
tho vessel hastily.
Nothing more was over hoard of
thorn, nnd after lying thrco months at
Gibraltar tho boat was put in chargo
of a new captain nnd sent to her port
of destination. Tho generally accepted
explanation of tho mystery wns that a
cask of alcohol In tho main hatch must
havo exploded, and that tho croW, fear
ing tho vessel would blow up, had tak
en to tho boats and been swamped.
lint filie Wunltl, Probalily.
Mrs. Thruofliiuers Now, look here,
sir, if yon coma homo in this condition
many mora times, I shall loso my tein
Oolouol Thrcofinnors Well hio
in'dcar, I wouldn't hio mliirt that,
if hio you never found hio ll
ngaiu. Somorvillo Courier-Journal.
''Yes," said tho stranger roilootivcly,
"I owo all my mouoy to 11 pin."
"Heally? I suppose you picked it up,
as they do in tho story books?"
"Oh, no. It wus my elder brothci
who picked it up and pnt it in Uncle
Midas' chair. That's how ho woa dis
inherited. -I'ick Mo Op,
Proprietor How did that lady Imp.
pen to u.ot fo badly hurt tit tho bargain
counter just uow?
Floorwalker Sho stopped to buj
EoniothiiiK, and tho rest of tho women
mobbed her. Detroit Journal.
"You nro uot up lu political ccouo
my,"sald Bobly to his wifo. "A do
maud always creates u supply."
Then ho called for a stimulant when
Mrs. Bobly demanded $100 for n now
dress. Detroit Freo Prea.
The Bulletin classifies its nth, Re
suit small advertisers get a sqmrc
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Grand clearing sal R
Beginning the 25th of November and
continuing until Dec. 25th,. 1889. ,
FOR THIRTY DAYS OKLY -
Goods to be sold during this
sale regardless of cost.
White 10-4 Blankets 6$ cents a pair v former price 1.25
Grey 10-4 Blankets 65 cents a pair " " 1.25
Extra heavy 10-4 White Blankets .85 a pair " ',' 1.50
'. " 10-4 Grey " " .85 a pair " ' 1.50
" " 11-4 ", " "$i.25apair ., " " 2.50
"White spreads 75 cents a piece.
White spretds J5i.oo a piece. . .
White spreads 1.25 a piece. ,
Men's Colored Cassimere Coats S2.00 a piece former price S3. 50
" " " " 2.$oapc:e former price 4.00
" " " " 3.ooapiece ) former price 5.00
" " " " 3.50 a piece former price Cob
Men's Suits all sizes and colors to be sold out below cost.
Men's Working Pants all sizes and colors to be sold regardless of cost.
Boy's Suits all sizes and colors to be sold at from 75 cents to 52.00 a suit.
This lot will go at one-half the cost.
Boy's pants in all fizes and colors at 35 cents,, per pair.
A large assortment of Men's underwear to be sold at 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 and 501 cents each.
A large assortment of Men's hosiery to be sold at 5 cents a pair and extra, heavy at 7
cents a pair, or 3 pairs for 20 cents. 1
Men's fast black i hose at 10 cents a pair or 3 for 25 cents.
Men's fast black and colored J hose at 15 cents a pair, or 2 for 25 cents. Former price for
this hose was 25 cents a pair.
Ladies' fast black hose at 10 cents a pair, or 3 for 25 cents.
Ladies' extra fine black and colored hose at 15 cents, or 2 tor 25 cents.
Ladies' extra fine fast black and colored hose at 20 cents a pairor 3 for 50 cents. : !
A large assortment of the latest styles in men's, ladies' and children's shoes-to be sold during.
this sale of thirty days at one-half the cost.
A large assortment of men's overshirts, hats and suspenders in the latest styles and-
patterns must go during -this sale regardless of cost.
A large assortment of Turkish, Bath and Huck towels at 5 cents and up.
A very fine assortment of plain and embroidered silk handkerchiefs for men and ladies. New
patterns just received.
A large assortment of ladies' silk and woolen shawls in all colors and styles. These MUST got
The puplic is invited to visit our stores on Nuuanu street, corner ,ot Kin:, and!
inspect our (roods and sec for themselves that we are selling goods' at the prices;
detailed above. No trouble to show goods.
Corner of King and Nuuanu Sts.
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Author of "On to UtBlla."
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