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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T THURSDAY. DrJC. 12, 1901.
Lines of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
Tbe iteamcra ot this line will arrlvo and leave this port aa hereunder:
rROM SAN FRANCI8CO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO;
ALAMEDA DEC. 21 ALAMEDA DEC. 25
SONOMA JAN. 1 VENTUIIA . . i DEC. 31
ALAMEDA JAN. 11 ALAMEDA JAN. 15
.VENTURA JAN. 22 SIERRA' rr...JAN. 21
ALAMEDA FED. 1 ALtVMEDA FED. 5
SIERRA . . FEH. 12 SONOMA FED. 11
ALAMEDA , KEI1. 22 ALAMEDA FEU. 20
SONOMA MAR. 6 VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR.15 ALAMEDA MAR. 19
VBNTURA MAU. 26 SIERRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 6 ALAMEDA APRIL
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pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from Now
STork by any steamship line to all European porta.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
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.GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC 8. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen K'aisha
8teamers of the above) companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the dates below mentioned.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA. FOR BAN FRANCI8CO.
NIPPON MARU DEC. 18 f AMERICA MARU DEC. 20
PERU DEC. 26 1 PEKING DEC. 27
COPTIC JAN. 4OAELIC JAN. 3
AMERICA MARU JAN. 11 HONGKONG MARU JAN. 11
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GAELIC JAN. 28
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CHINA FED. 14
NIPPON MARU FED.
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From Vancouver apu Victoria, B. C.
(For Drlsbano and Sydney.)
MIOWERA DEC. 21
AORANGI JAN. 18
MOANA FED. 15
hrom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.)
AORANGI DEC. 18
MOANA JAN. 15
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tho years. I will guaranteo to restoro
the very essence of youth fo men who
have aged beforo their time; to men
whoso blood Is cold; whose Btep is
slow; who feci haggard, decrepit,
spiritless and full of aches and pains.
To such men Electricity Is tho "Kotin.
tain of Youth." and as Infused into
tho body by Dr. McLaughlin's Electric
licit It brings Joyful vigor.
A CURE OR NO PAY.
That's my plan. It costs you noth
ing If I fall. Let mo pour tho life
giving, glowing warmth Into your body
while you sleep at night, and in a few
months you feel line a young two-year-old.
"I never felt better than since using
your belt. It has done wonders in my
case." Richard W. Miller, lluttonvdl
low, Kern County, Col.
READ THE BOOK tt
My book tells how I euro.
I will send it FREE. Scaled.
I Dr. M. JH. McLaughlin, J
702 Market St., San Francisco, California.
Wio NOT CORRECT
Editor Evening Bulletin: Will
you please allow me space In tho col
umns of your paper, for tho publica
tion ot the following, contradicting
the genealogy of Mrs. Kaumana Ka
poll Wldemann. as it nppenred In the
Advertiser ot the 6th Inst.
I wish to state, that, Mrs. Kaumana
Kapoll Wldemann was never known,
or recognized as an nlll by any one,
during the reign ot the Kamehamchss,
Lunalllo, nor by tho Kalakaua dynasty,
and It was only through the business
UK T BUT
Hi) SKIPPED OUT
Muskegon, Mich., Nov. 29. Htnry II.
Terwllllger, a prosperous banker of
Montague, Is missing. Tho fact that
ho left his bank solvent, with prob
ably $15,000 In excess of Us liabilities,
Involves his absence In mystery which
hU friends and family ore. unable to
explain. Terwllllger left homo for De
troit Thursday, November 21st, for tho
purpose ef transacting some business.
In a letter received by William F. Nu
fcr of Montague, dated at Detroit, the
banker says that he does not Intend to
standing nnd Influence of her late hus- J return. The letter was written by Tor-
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
urope. For Freight and Passage find all general Information, apply to
Thco. H.DaviC8ftCo.,Ltd., Gcn'lAgcnte.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT 8ERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
S. 8. OREQONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
8. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 20.
8. 8. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to tall
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Brooklyn, at
all times. For further particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
.CROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS .DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
hop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meala a-Ia-carte).
Free Reclining Chain.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
I. H. LOTHROP, General Agent
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. TT. HITCHCOCK, General Agent
No. 1 Montgomery St, San Francisco.
. L. LOMAX. O. P. & T. A.,
1471 . Omaha, Nebraska.
TOU CAN DO IT NOW
TOE - INTER -ISLAND
Is transmitting messages to all the
Islands pf the group except Kauai.
MINIMUM RATE 18 $2.
band, tho Hon. 11. A. Wldemann, that
sho wns ever presented nt tho court of
those Hawaiian monnrchs of the past,
and by her good, womanly qualities
and demeanor she was highly respected
by alt who knew her.
As to her ancestry. It Is claimed by
wllllgcr himself, nnd with It were two
trust deeds, whereby he mndo Charles
L. String and Nufer trustees to conduct
Accompanying the letter was a
statement which Terwllllger asks to
have made public. In It he says: "I,
Instruments Filed for Record Decern
ber 11, 1601.
J V. Young and wife Hank of Ha
lllshop & Co. Wong Ah Chuck.. RcL
Hamoa Plantation Co.l E. F. Dish
Lin Hop et al. Knock Ng 11:3.
Instruments Filed for Record Decem
ber 12, 1901.
Wong Tim Fat Wong Jack Lung
M. C. WlddlHeld Halstead & Co... I).
W. C. Achl-Chau Kal D.
J M. Kaalahua Loo lloon , L.
V. K. Archer Tong Wo Wnl Co... I.
k mir irrnisT
UNITED STATES CASE
PRESENTED TO THE JURY
Discrepancy Between Tax Return and
Claim for Compensation Re
view of Testimony Other
Federal Attorney J. J. Dunne con
cluded his address to the Jury on be
half of tho United States, in tho con
demnation suit against tho DibIiop Es
tutc, at 3:45 yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Kinney, on being called on by
the. court to begin closing argument
fur tho defendant suggested that it
n near 4 o'clock, and tho Jury had
heard enough argument for one day.
Judge Esteu at first thought tliero
v,ns twenty-five minutes to the regular
closing time, and said It argument
were suspended until this morning, tho
charge of tho court would not come
until evening, which would produce'
tho undesirable eventuality of having
the Jury out nil night. When his time
was corrected ho ordered adjournment
until 9 o'clock this morning, saying:
"W must get through tomorrow, ns
there nrp criminal cases to bo heard."
Mr. Dunne's address was an ablo ef
fr.rt. comprising a Biicclnct review of
the voluminous testimony. Near the
close hu commented strongly on the
discrepancy between tho tax returns
of tho Illshnp Estate and Its claim for
compensation, also Us option to Cap
tain Merry of 5o an aero subject to
existing leases. "Three dollars an
ncie for tnxatlon. and $3.01)0 an ncrn
for tlm use of the government, cried
' " Mwv0.j, .v ... ...... ...... .... . , - -,-. -.rnir Mm nut. 01 me governnieni. encci
the authorities of tho published artl- cashier, do not carry away n dollar Ot the attorney. He asked why the trus
cle In question, that Kalawa, the anybody's money. Therefore let no tees of tho Itlshop Estate themselves
grandfather of Mrs. Wldemann was a man say 'Turg Is a defaulter, "bank mm not appear on tno witness stand,
descendant In a direct line of the high , wrecker' or 'thief.' I have the utmost
chlcfess Lclcmahoalanl. From person- abhorrence of such a reputation, a fats
nl knowledge the statement Is not cor- which Impends over every private
rert, for the reason that this high banker doing business nlone, however
clilefc8s wns of the former ceneiatlon honest or smart ho may be. No on
and that her only natural descendants
aro n sister nnd brother both now liv
ing, namely, Kamakole-o-Ku (w) and
Knpahulllma, Kaumualll, her brother,
who has raised n grown family now
living, one of this Is Knlualplbana, the
present wife ot Mr. Geo. Mundon of
Knpahulllma and his sister Kama-
kole-o-Ku are well known, nnd have
Instead of n crowd of experts on spec
ulativo values. Replying to tho con
tention set up that tho estate was not
nware until the bringing ot theso pro
ceedings thnt its waterfront was In-
I tended to bo taken, Mr. Dunno quoted
You have paid for two or three homes during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you have nothing to show for the money spent In this manner.
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
We have now on sale lots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract
which contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car line
passes through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COMFY
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In the
World. - -
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
A. T. HAGKNKAMP. Manager.
man ought to have the care ot the fioin Captain Merry's letter asking for
money of a community. Such care will an option, nnd tho answer of the trus-
Htnceor nnv mnn nnnnfi- nr tutor Ulll tOCS In Writing, both of Which docll-
him or wreck him, work him to death i' ". ' . , '.. " .' ont" "a,n themselves of theso privileges aro re
n....i.hiniiu.,i. .im..iI,'IMC. n,onB tho shore. Hesldcs. minded of the statute rcnulremcnt con-
IMPORTANT TO 8PORT8MEN.
Tho management of the Hotel Halo
Iwa makes the announcement. that it
has secured lor tho cxcluslvo use of
guests the prlvllcgo ot shooting gamo
oor the lands of the Oahu Hallway &
Land Company, In Watalua and Koo
lauloa. on tho Island of Oahu. 'ino
shooting of gamo on tho said lands Is
prohibited by tho Oahu Hallway &
I Land Company to other than hotel
guests. Parties desiring to avail
WILDER'8 8TEAMSHIP COMPANY.
?r?.8,,U ?. !V,,h?.8UCCCC"8' anJ bta,,th" condemnaTlonTlId ntak,!
...a - oi mo snore front or tno nerendant.
Terwllllger has Conducted a bank fOt' I In nuked th, tnrv n Minrk l,l,n nff
twenty years In Montague and no oth- j an hu reviewed the ovldoneo regard-
cr resident of the village bore a better
reputation for integrity and prompt'
ing tho quality of the land, as they
had personally visited it themselves
nnd could but remember tho ''calms
been always looked upon by' the people In business An examination , w rer ,ne , vca.rns
f .,! nnrt viih.n .. h hihei the condition of the bank today show- ',..,," "" "" ' """ " ., """"f.
of Kauai and Nllbau, as the highest
ol sickly sugar catio on soil encrusted
Honolrjl. Office, 315 Fort St.
TBL., MAIN 131.
Messenger will call for your message
- -- - ...... , . ., . a oa nAv ..!" .-.
chiefs living today of tnoso isianus, ("""" ;" ""; , , ,"'-v" witn salt, was emphasized, in con-
nnd It Is also n recognized fact by all ,an'l 6-S0 deposits. Tho luttcr amount noctlon with the option of $50 nn ncro
those who havo kept In touch with our represents practically all the llablll- given by the defenannt. tho govern-
ancient customs nnd traditions, that . .MlS'.'SSEKliMT'S!
they were looked upon as tho "Hakus ;"""""'"''' ""' """ "" ,.'.. ,, ,. ihu .
or Federal lords" of Mrs. Kaumana nang lttve 1)PCn taught by our nnres- subject of distinct proceedings for an-
IuhkII llMilAmnnn nn.t tie flaOKenrla . . . i . . ' il,,.a !.... rti.. . ii. at
tors from lime immemorial to ieainis-i"im-r jury, oin-iw ns mm on 1110
Knnoll Wldemnnn and her descend
ants, she herself being one of those
that I feel satisfied, knowing her ns
well as I did, that had the question
been asked during her life her answer
would hnve botn, that, "I am one of tho
neonle. I am not tbo alll." No other
testimony that when tho option was
arked tho agent of tho estate recom
mended tho trustees to make It J 150
nil nero, hut after mature, deliberation
tho trustees conveyed thu offer nt
t'to. In tho courso of his address Mr
Dunno repeatedly stated that It was
LUMBER BARGE LOST.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. 1IENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered tor
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Maun a Loa
at Kailua and take passengers overland
to Uookena, where the steamer Is met
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Cirt lvt Walklkl lor town tl j'4 J, 6 l, .4I A.M.
sol tvety is nlnutit UicrtAlttr tl I io.4i. ii!M nd
li:j)P.M. Iron Waiklkl eoloth Punahoi Sublet.
Can Ittvt R Range or Pawaa swltcb lor town at
5.JIA.M. andavtry isttlnutet tntrtaftcnlll it oBP.M
Cars Itava Fort and Klnc fttrt ctl corntr lor Catania
ato.io A.M. and tvery ij nlnutta altar till ii.i
Carl teavt for Palama only at f and y.io A M.
Cart Icava Patama lor Walkikl s'.s A M, and tvery
x tnlnutti till nipt. th.n at io!it and 10 it P.M.
Th tt:it P.M from Palaraa lor Punahou only (otk
to Walkikl on Saturdays.
cart lav l-orl and Klnc ttrettt corntr ioi kiiic
Ranzc at s to and vy A.M.
,cart Itava ron ana n,inr tirrrit corncrior n.niKi
ly guard and protect them from such
unscrupulous pretenders and I feel It
In my duty as n native Hawaiian to re
sent such Imposters who could have
the audacity and impudence to pos
before the world an. cenealnztrnl ex-
answer coyld have come from the lips I)Crtg whcn thelr time could havo been .the tlcul.ro of tho govorntnont to glvo
or a woman oi ucr unnKing up. anu t,cttcr occupied nt a nashtuk or In al"r roinpensaiton tor iuc tanus re
was a Hno specimen of the Hawallnnt.nrn lmi.i,. quired.
race, being possessed of such pure and , . havo l(,arnCl ttom n K00,t nuthor
noblo mind. How can the authoress Uy that M Emma l)e KrPll wn, the
of tho Wldemann genealogy bo so dar- athor ot the published Wldemann
Ing as to claim the High Chlcfess Ly- n.n,nlocv in the advertiser of tho Cth
ilia Kekualplla the youngest sister ot nBt A n this Instance the Wide
Queen Kaahumanu as Mrs. Wide-1 mann'g at least ought to havq moro
mann's great grandmother. r 'common sense, being well educated,
Every true genealogist knows that thould not have listened to such rub
sho had no Issue. Her only husband Bgni the product of the brains of a
was Laanul, recognized high chief and achemlng woman, who ns a means of
grandson of Kalokulkamalle, half- cxtortlng money from those who can
brother of Kamchameha, the conquer- De go weaij ronii aa to forget nil
or. Uanul waB the father of the high powerg 0f reason, to become a victim
chlefess Mrs. Kllzabeth Kekaanlauokn- to vanity and an object of rldlculo by
lani rrau. J no oniy omcr uyuia rim at 0f thoso of the Hawaiian race, who
known to the Hawallans wns tho niece tn0ws.
of Laanul. daughter of his sister, Kc- PUEA-A-MAKAKAUALII.
kalkulhala. This chlcfess rila was tho. Honolulu. Dec. 10. 101.
ccrnlng tho carrying of firearms.
C. I. IAUKKA,
1 933-1 m Manager.
Honolulu, November 14, 1901.
On and after December 1st next all
freights must bo prepaid unless other
arrangements bo mado at tho offlce
of the. company, comer Fort and
Queen streets, previous to that date.
C. L. WIO I IT, I'rosidont.
Hunting, shooting or tho carrying
ot firearms on any of tho lands owned
or leased by tho oahu kailway t
LANI) COMI'ANY is absolutely for-
MiMen All rlphln nf Ihn rnmnnnv In laut-lO Jan. 1
the Districts of Walalua and Koolau
loa aro reserved for Halelwa Hotel.
TrcspasserH will bo prosecuted to
the full citcnt of tho law.
11. K. DILLINGHAM,
WILDER'3 STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers aro notified that a new
freight schedulo will go Into effect on
ncd nftc.r December 1st. 1901.
Information in regard to changes In
rctcs can be obtained at tho once ot
the company, corner Kort and Queen
C. L. WIOHT.
Notlco Is hereby given that Mr. T.
Ah Hung has been appointed as man
nger ot Ah I'lng & Co., corner Kukul
Lunti nnd Nuunntt, and will havo en
tire charge of tho store, and has the
authority to sign tho namo of the
company. AH 1'INO & CO.
a 6 5 A.M. and tvtty ij mlnui till 10 ojP. M. then at
13 ana 11:15 r.m, ii
)Aini tiu eri' j iitiiiuisi nn nvjri n, "ii
j and 11:0$ p.m. Tht 11:3s P.M. cots to Walkikl
BERETANIA STREET AND t'JUANU VALLEY.
Carl Uae Punahou SltbO fur Town at :io and
lor Town and Valky at 3 40 $ jo t;io yo 6 40 T nd
Carsltavt Oaha Collect for town and Vallryat
6. jo 6.3a and t:io a.m and ever) 10 minutes till 10.10
P.m. except int even nourananair. nuur cars wmen
run from ths Stable.
Cars leave Nuuanu Valley at 6' to 6:jo 6 30 a,m and
every 10 minutes thereafter till 10 3u p.m.
Cars leave Fort and Queen streets for Punahou
Colleee t 6 03 6 as 6 43 A M and every 10 minutes
after till 0 43 PM. Alter that the cars run tu the
Stable up to 1 1'soP.M which Is the laitcar from Town,
reaching the Stable at 1 nioP m.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1899.
wife of Queen Emma's uncle Nama
kehalkalanl, grandfather of the chief
ess Mrs. Stella Kcomnlanl Cockctt.
Sho (I'ila the second), had nn only
child by this chief, a son named Ka-
hackalaunu who died in Infancy. I
fall to know whero I'unnpnpncka, (alias
l'unnmunookatnnl) rnmeB In, the
mother ot Kolln (Collath) Akamu
(Adam) nnd Kaumana. The latter
married II. A. Wldemann. Their Issuci
are: Otto, Kolln. Kmma, Hokuula,
Martha, Pllnhlullanl, Kmlllo Kapoll,
Wllhclmlnna, Allro Knlonn (died),
Mary Kaumana (died), Carl I'anaewa,
Alvlna Kalm!naauao-o-Kuniina, ller
man Kalawa, Gertrude Piilchua and
i I do not propose toglvo her gene
alogy here at present other than to
stntc tnat her grandfather Kalawa was
only known ns a high priest or kahunn
of Kaumualll, the last King ot tho Isl
and of Kau.il, where Mrs. Wldemann
wns born and raised.
Ileyond this, her nnrestry hss for
ever passed nway wjth her, and I be-
llcvo It wns so Intended, beyond A
doubt, as I am certain that the gene
alogy published by tho Advertiser was
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR I8LAND PORT8.
tfulscrilKra to tho BULLETJN
not rwciving their papers promptly
will confer n favor ly notifying the
Business Oflico; Telophono 250.'
STATIONS. oit.y paily
(Outoard) . Sun. daily . Sun OAIIY DAILY
A.M. AM. A.M. P.M. I'M.
Honolulu,.,.. v:io o it n:os i.ij j io
Pearl City... 8.if g 48 11:40 1 it 5 o
Ea Mill 8)) io:8 la ou 4:1s io
Walanaa 1050 ..... 4 is -
Walalua ins V41 ....
Kahuki' it.i o:i ....
(Inwira) . Sun. daily oaiiy daily
AM. A.M P.M P.M.
Kahuku $:ts .... e'8
Walalua ... . .. );to ..., t.io
Walanat t:io . .. 1.35
Ewa Mill ........ .. i:v t.ii re 4:1a
Pea'l City 6 it 8 01 1,10 4:3.
Honolulu ui 8,jt to) i:t6
F O. SMITH. Gcn'l Pass. & Tlckot Agt.
a. P. DENISON. Superintendent
rbvive vice admiral.
New York, Nov, 29. -A Bpcelnl to
the Sun from Washington says! The
Secrctnry of the Navy has prepared
the draft of the bill to be submitted tn
Congress providing for tho rovlvnl ot
the grado of Vlro Admiral with four
numbers In it. Tho bill provides also
that the number of Hear Admlrali
shall bo reduced from eighteen to four
teen, nnd that these otllcers shall linvt
the same rank and pay as Major Gen
erals In tho Army. At present nlno ot
tho eighteen near Admirals havo ths
rank and pay of Major Generals nnd
tho other nine the rank and pay ol
While It Is not so stated In tho bill.
It Is understood to be the purpose of
tho Administration, should the mens-
11 ro become a law, to promote to ..10
grude of Vice Admiral tho four senior
Rear Admirals on the nt-tlve list nt
that time. Sampson nnd Cromwell aro
numbers six und seven respectfully on
the list of Rear Admirals, but both of
them will be retired In February, bo
never furnished to tho Wldemann's by ttt ,,n7 liavo n0 chnaee of prrilno.
their bother Kuitmnna. neither any ot ,lon ," Congress restricts the Vice Ad
her (Kallmann's) relatives would have mlrals- commissions to officers on the
furnished such falsified matter for pub- ncllvo "st- Scnlt,y ' alreill'y "'"!
Mention. No attention would have been "
paid to tho subject ns published, had If you have Soro Throat Paln-KIUer
they not usurped the names of our will cure It., It you havo a cough or
most s.irreil nnd tabu ehlefH. and tho cold. Pain-Kilter will end It. If vr.i
nin nf thnsn nf mtr m.rrRtors who had havo cramps or diarrhoea. Paln-KIUer
gono before, und claimed thnt they aro
Ith lineal descendants, In illicit thrv
have no right whatever to sucfi u
claim, other tlinn they worn only ono
of 'Its many subjects like myself and
others of the i.nc, ns nil true Hawa-
will relievo It. If you cut. burn or
limine yourself, Paln-Kllier will stop
the pain. In short, a bottle of Pain
Killer on your shelf will save you pain
tlmo nnd moiey. Avoid substitutes
there Is but ono Paln-KIUer, Pciry D.t
vis'. Price l!3c nnd 50c.
Portland, Or., Nov. 30. Tho lumber
bnrge Wheeler, bound for San Fran
cisco from Nehalem, In tow of the turf
Vnsburg of Astoria, Is believed to have
turned turtle last Wednesday night as
a result of a terrible storm which raged
off the Oregon const the first of the
week, and It is feared the four, mcc
aboard the barge have lost their lives.
The towing Una parted during the
blow Wednesday, nnd the tug has re
turned to port. Captain Chris .Ahuea
having given up all hope for the sate-
ty of tho barge and the men. Captain
Ahuea nr rived at Astoria early this
morning, and reports that during the
gnle, which lasted eighty-eight hours,
the bargo broke loose from his tug and
disappeared In tho darkness, doubtless
carrying four men to their doom.
Tho Vosburg left Nehalem with tho
Wheeler In tpw, tho latter having a
derklond of over SOO.000 feet of lumber.
They encountered u southeast blow,
but munngrd tn keep bend on the gala
nnd reached Coos Hay, whoro they rc
malued three days. Monday, tho
weather being clear, tho tug nnd her
tow left Coos Hay, und that evening
inn Into another southeaster, which
Increased In fury, nnd by midnight
wns a gule, Tho storm continued
Tuesday and tho tug was ablo to muke
O Wednesday the barometer fell to
Z'.i.z, anil by night dropped to 23. Doth
tug and barge were rolling heavily, as
well us shipping considerable .water.
Thitt evening the cublo parted, nnd
half un hour later the lights of the
barge disappeared. The tug lay by un
til Thursday morning, hut could seo nn
trnre of the barge, which hod dlsap
pearer off Capo Illnnco. Friday morn
ing, after a terrible experience. In
which tho captain feared for tho safe
ty of his own boat tho gale moderated
and ho wns able to mnka port. It Is
his belief that tho barge capsized.
Ho does not know tho names of tho
four men, to of whom aro said tn Im
brothers named Peterson, who wore
Astoria fishermen. Another comes
from Nehalem nnd was called Mike,
while the fourth halls from Ban I'r.111-rlhvo.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During my absence from tho Terri
tory, Hurbert Oh man. foreman of my
shop, will act for mo under fun power
Honolulu, T. li., Nov. 11, lsui.
E. It BATH.
IN T11K CIRCUIT COURT. FIR8T
Circuit, Territory of .Hawaii. At
Chambers, In Probate In tbe Mattor
of the KHtntu of Aunlo Maknnul (w),
uf Honolulu, deceased. Petition hav
ing been Died by Kllzabeth Kawaluna,
sister of Bald Intestate, praying that
Letters of Administration upon said
estato bu Issued to F. W. McChcs
ney. Notice Ib hereby given that Fri
day, the 10th day or January, A. I).
19u2, at 10 o'clock a. in., In tho Judi
clnry llulldlng. Honolulu. Oahu. Is ap
pointed the tlmo and piaco tor near
Ing said petition, when and where all
persons concerned may appear and
yhow cause, if any iaoy have, why
said Petition should not be granted.
Honolulu, Oahu, Dccumbor b. 1901.
Ily thl; Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
Robertson ft Wilder for Petitioner.
2011-4t Dec. 5, 12. 19. 26.
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