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Tho "COLUMBIA" of today linn
reached a slate of perfection unequal
cd In any other bicycle and Its pop'i
larlty Is ever Increasing.
Unlit runnliiR uphill or on the level,
cushion frame, choice of tires, saddle,
pedals, etc I'rlce
Largo stock now on hand and we
sell them for cash or on Installments.
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
EIILER8 HLOCK. PORT STREET.
MOET & GHANDON'S
WHITE SEAL : - : -
was exclusively used nt tho dinner Riven by President Roosevelt to
Prlnre Henry following tho christening of the Kaiser a new yacht Me
teor It Is the faorlte brand exclusively used by all connoisseurs.
H. HAGKFELD & GO., LIMITED
SOLE AGENTS HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
BY COMPLIANCE WITH
Of Marine Insurance Mosckos, Ship
Carpenter, Became Angry and
Tried to Set Big
l2-. I'.nn.l.ni Mnrrh I'.l Kt.l-l
compliance on the part of the Oceanic
Steamship Company witu me marine
Insurance reaulrements saved the big
mall steamship Ventura Monday night
from serious damage, If not total ue-
struction, by tire.
llccause he blamed the onturas
boatswain for islns ' discharge
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everythlns bcVnkable In the boil-l
..wain's room, threw all that petty oM-
fer's clothes ovcrboaid poured miner-1
nl Hperm oil oer the woodwork In tho
I otter's store loom, and then, after ad'
Justing the Mutilators ro as tu Insure I
a draught, applied a match to tho
The mineral sperm oil, on account
t1, l !?. I
only Mud of Illuminating oil tho Inbiir.
nnrn nnniii'inlnu tiltl nllnii' t. lin liai.1
IIIIVV uuil'i4Uivn nin nuun in uu imv-l
on shipboard Had It been kerosene.
as Mosikos might have Imagined fio'it
the ion In which ho found It, nothing
could hae averted a hot tiro and n ler-
rifle explosion, ns many gallons of fuel
were stored In tho lclnlty of the flr.
s It was. however, the flames died out
auer umcKening me wans unu imsier-
Ing the paint. The fact that arson v.vi
attempt! d was not discovered until
Mosckos was enrpenter on the Ven
tura on her last voyage. He dis
missed for brawling with a sailor while
the vesiol was awaiting discharge
from quarantine. He blamed George
Glair, the boatsaln. for his dismissal.
Mosckos" clothes are still aboard tho ,
entura ana about v to o ciocic mou many orders in the matter from differ
day night he went to the forecastle for ,.nt uossea
the purpose, he told Quartermaster
Randall Rogers, of getting his belong
lngs. He stayed In the forecastle but
, n few minutes. As he went ashom he
' Mild he would return later, when the
boatswain was nn board.
About mldnlKht he went back. Soon
after he entered the forecastle Rogira
heard a crjsh of breaking glass. Going
forward to Investigate he met Masckos '
coming up the companion way. ,
"It's all right," said tho carpenter,
'that door was Jammed and I had to
forco It open Dout report mo. Ill
JonVntYo wXn men"
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t-hin. Ab he was savlnc uood-nlEht two
members of the crew, partly dressed. hlp wns moored to Navy wharf No, 2,
lushed on deck, jelling: Luckily tho vessel possessed a spare
"Arrext that man. Don't let him go. blade, otherwise time and money
He's wrecked the forecastle." would have been sacrificed at the ex-
Mosckos took this as his cue cud pense of the transport service, for In
made a rapid exit. He returnod to Hawaii labor and castings come high,
the dock j esterday morning ; and was Uniler tlie urectlon of Captain WIN
SedHT .Ce bSe1rgt'ant To1 MaMlamson. quartermaster, the Warren-s
honey. Hu was locked up on a chargs ., ...,.... !..
of malicious mischief. I after cargo was discharged, and many
Considering the brevity of Mpsckos'! toDS of Leef. bacon and tfour' ln aildl
visits the amount of damago ho llol to the BnlD'8 lron- stowed forward,
wrought was marvelous. Furniture Two thousand, eight hundred and
was hacked to pieces, crockery smash. sixty bags of coal were stacked to the
d and everything breakable In the, height of, her Jaekstaff, and 540 tons
boatswain's room was broken. Tho , of car wheels and pig Iron and a flfty
boatswatn's entire wardrobe was ton water tank placed on her bow aid
thrown Into tho bay and a concertina , ed materially In making her forward
ueiuDBiug 10 a raemuer oi ino crew
was smashed to smithereens.
' &8ckoB refused to discuss tho mat
ter yesterday morning. He knew noth
Ing about breaking anything, had nev
er heard of a fire and couldn't Imagine
how anybody could think ho would
harm tho boatswain.
Mosckos la said to be a good carpjn
Is said to have loft the Bteamshlp New
port under the cloud ot a almllar exbl
bltloo. tho responsibility for which,
JlOwover, was never quite brougnt
home to him. Prior to joining tho
Ventura he worked for the Rlsdon
He is a Greek, about 30
Tourists find every requirement In
the photographic line at the Honolulu
Photo Supply Co. Films, plate, papers,
etc., arid the very best finishing work
HAS HIS OWN OPINION
ABOUT McK. WILLIAMSON
Roasts Local Army Quartermaster in
No Uncertain Terms- Reasons
for Resigning From
-,-,, muv.ovv, ...ui. .v. vuin in
E'neer w. 11. runups or mo transport
mm iciumcu j.-iciu.ij u u
ste.uner City of Peking. As a. result
of the alleged presumptuous Interfcr
enco of Captain McK. Williamson, de
pot quartermaster at Honolulu. In thn
work ot reUa'lrlnc the damage to the
warren's propeller. Phillips resigned
,ll8 l)08ton. Klrst Assistant Engln
r K. Swain and Second Assistant En
Binder W. Ilcnnlng of the Warren also
icslsned their positions for the samo
reason, Swalu accepting a position on
nn Inter-Island steamer and Hcnnlng
taking a position as inglncer nt tho
quarantine station at Honolulu,
-Tho Interference of this Captain
Williamson, a cavalry officer, was more
, , couI(1 ,,,.. saId i,hMva c3.
'"day. "He appeared to have super.or
knowledge of every thing pertaining to
, , . . . .
flan tn lit iii-it I n im n a n-mi afn 1 Iir 1 AI'l
, "" "i"'. " h "
a"uo'lne- He even attended to the
work of raising the stern of the vessel
so that work could be prosecuted In
repairing the broken propeller, hid
method In this Instance consisting in
nbclng 300 sacks of coal on the fore-
"He gave orders to Foreman Wil
liams of the Honolulu Iron Works, who
was superintending the work with a
force of mechanics, and said that un
less his erbal orders were obeyed he
would put them In writing, and If they
were then unheeded all hands would
be discharged. Williams wanted to
know if he was to be annoyed by too
I "I soon got enough of Captain Wll
, llamson. 1 have been with tho trans-
poit service since Its Inauguration,
and before that was under Captain
, Slgsbee in the Cuban campaign, but
this Honolulu depot quartermaster was
too much for me."
Honolulu advices dated Starch 12
stated that the Warren wns ready for
Bea again and would start that day on
her y,ay t0 Manila, after having been
repa,re(1 uy an ingenious method. The
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'l'? 'r a "ssel he "'? ?'
the Warren. Btcns were immediate v
uvv-rviitfi faii.tiivo w iiviiwiuim nwt, uv,'
Men to replace the blade while tho
. ,,,, .u,plv.iB ,. n, ,wt tt
was thirteen feet eight Inches, which
ptforded ample room for tho workmen
to handle the propeller blades.
QUARANTINB ISLAND VHH8ELB
(inn Wmvr.ani Mnr Iff Tlift linrk
Udward May and tho large schooner
James Rolph, both from Kabulul, have
been sent Into quarantine. The Ed
ward Slay reached port Sunday night
after a run of twenty-one and a hnlf
days, and the James Rolph arrived yes
terday, twenty-four days out, both
with cargoes of sugar.
London Is now considering a propo
sal to have the streetB along which tho
rorr nation procession will pass deco
rated by stage painters.
4 $8i 6
4 iyo r
6 10 11 04
6 6 w 8 f
t.j 80) II 4
p.m. p. in.
M 9 14 40
Last tiuaiter of the moon on the 31st
at 7:54 p. fli.
Wednesday, March 2C.
S. 9. Ventura, Hayward, from San
Thursday, March 27.
Str. Kauai, llruhu, from Kauai ports
with G479 bags sugar at 2:50 a. m.
U. S. A. T. Meade, Ankers, from
S. S. America Marti, from San Fran
Cisco, nt 1 p. m.
Wednesday, March 26.
Str. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul ports.
Str. Noiau, Greene, for Kaanapall,
Honokaa and Kukulhaele.
Str. Lchua, Napala, for Molokal
Thursday, March 27.
Am. bkt. Irmgunl, Schmidt, for San
Str. Walalenle, Plltz, for ollnokna
Stmr. Mil.nhnla. Gregory, for Klc
ele, Wnlmta, Mnkawell and Kekahn;
mall and passengers for Nuulllv.HI noj
Koloa: nt 5 p. m.
From Snn Francisco, per O. S. S.
Ventura, Mnrch 27. W. M. Alexander,
Mrs. C. 11 Allen, Mrs. 11. E. Ilanham,
Miss E. Ilanham, Miss M. Ilanham,
T. D. Hates, W. H. Haugh, Miss Ma-
ry llyrne, A J. Campbell, Mrs, Camp
bell, two children and maid; T. W.
Carter, Mrs. Carter, George II. Cham
plln. Miss F. Champlln, J. W, Cllso,
Mrs Cllse, two children and maid:
Miss Cllse, Mrs. E. J. Cffln, D. II.
Davis, G. S. Dearborn, E. It. Dlmond.
Mrs. Dlmond, Miss DOyly, James Du
Dols, S. Fenn, Mrs. Fcnn, Mrs. S. M
Flack, G. A. Folgcr, F. Furber, Ed
win Uoodall, Mrs. Goodall. Miss Good
all, E. Haas, T. O. Hathaway, K.
Herajama, W. H. Hoogs. J. W. Hot
mer, Mrs. Hosmer, Mrs. C. A. Hutch
Ins, Miss Hutchtns. E. P. Jones, Mrs.
Jones. L. II. Kerr, Geo. T. KlucgeL
W. II. Layson, Mrs. Layson, C. W.
Lombard. C. E. Maston, It. W. Mr
Chesney. Mrs. D. C. McLaughlin. Miss
I. L. McLaughlin. Mrs. W. I). Mo
Lean, Waliop Nichols, Miss Nlcloli,
W. P. Noble, Miss I. Noble. Miss M.
Noble. S. N. Palmer. E. C. Peter.
Miss F. E. Pierce. Miss Potter, Miss
Reynolds, F. P. Richards. C. Robla
son, J. D. Ryan, Mrs. M. Schumach
er, Alex. Sclater, Miss E. II. Scrlppi,
Miss Virginia Scrlpps, Robt. Slaugh
ter, Mrs, Slaughter and Infant, II. II.
Smith, Mrs. Smith. II E. Smith, J. T.
-. Smith, O. A Soden. Mrs. Sodcn,
W. L. Stanley, E. L. Stryker. F. J.
Thornbury, Mrs. 1.. Tompkins. MIhi
Tompkins. II . E. Wnlty, Mrs. Walty
and chllil. Mrs. II. M L. Walker.
A white sugar boiler and a Japanese
laborer of Oahu nlantntlon hail n fleht
nn Sunday last In the sugar ro6m ofl
the mill, which resulted tn the latter j
uviUK brill tu uic uuBpuui will'iu lie uur
rntnalned ever since and where he Is
likely to remain for several days to
The two had some trouble, the na
ture of which has not yet been nscer-
talned here and, It Is alleged, the
panese attacked the white man with a
The latter to protect himself.
seueu a pic nanuie ami iam oui nis
antagonist. It Is understood that there
were Injuries on both sides but tho
white man was more fortunate than .
On Tuesday, a warrant for the arrest,
of the white man was sworn out and
yesterday he mado his first nppearanre
In the District Court at Ewn where At
torney Leon M. Straus appeared as
sisting the prosecution. On account of
the condition of the complaining wit
ness, (he case was postponed until
such time as he could be present lu
Hackmen and other people who
drive about the city In various kinds of
vehicles will be glad to note that the
sections of track laid at Intervals from
the depot to Kawalahao Church by the
Rapid Transit Company when the
management of that corporation was
fighting tho Tramways Company in
the courts, art) being removed by u
gang of laborers. The section in fron.
of the Wall, Nichols Company was ta
ken up yesterday and tho ono near Iho
290 Btand was removed today. Two
mounds mark their former burUl
These tracks have been tho cause ot
more slight accidents than any four or
five other obstructions throughout tho
city. Rubber tires have been taken eff
by them, whecU have been sprung, bi
cycle riders thrown off and horses
caused to Blip. Some Blight efforts
were made to cover up these obstruc
tions but tho outcome of these efforts
was never satisfactory, the earth anJ
flno rock soon becoming dislodged and
the tracks ngaln protruding just far
enough above the genernl level of th3
street to act as a constant menace,
particularly at night.
Superintendent of Public Works
Iloyd Is carrying on the Hotel streot
Improvements with a zeal that Is cer
tainly commendable. In addition to
the regular work that Is now going on
In that thoroughfare a gang of mon
was set to work this morning narrow
ing tho sidewalk In front of the Elite
building In order to bring tho outer
edge flush with the new street line.
The work progressed so rapidly that
by 12 o clock noon, It bad been com
Last night at about 8:30 p. m. the
steamship Ventura arrived In port utt
er n very pleasant trip from 8an
Francisco. She left that port Slnicli
21 at 12:49 a. m. and arrived off port on
the 26lh, nt C 55 p. m., thus making
tho trip tn D days, 20 hours and 36
minutes, corrected time. 8ho had n
cargo of 15(S tons for Honolulu and
2471 tons for the other ports on her
route. There were 23 cabin passcn
gers for this port, 22 second cabin and
8 stecrngo; also 47 through passen
gers. The Ventura dl9 not Btay ill
port very long. leaving this morning at
about 7 o clock.
Among the passengers who stayed
here were Beveral important shipping
men. Among them are J. W. Cllvc, tho
manager of the Olobo Navigation Cc,
who with his family will make a leng
thy stny lieio. G. S. Dearborn of tin
Hnwallan-Amorlcnn Steamship Co. will
also stay hero for some time.
Mrs. Sebree, wife of Commander He
bree of Tutulln, who with her son was
on her way to join her husband In
I'ngo-Pago, was forced to remain here,
on account of a fractured knee cap sus
tained .by fairing on a stairway when
the vessel was only a couple of days
STOWAWAY FROM HONOLULU.
San Francisco, Mar. 17. George De
metllus, a Greek laborer who came
from Honolulu as a stowaway In ho
steamer Ventura last Wednesday, Is
said to have had nearly 13000 tn cash
on his person. With eight other men
Demetrius hid away in the Ventura at
Honolulu for the purpose ot beating his
way to this port, and upon being dis
covered soon after leaving the Islands
was put at work. I'pon arrival here
tho iilno men were taken to Angel
Island by order of the quarantine offi
cials and kept until jvsterday morning
when all were sent to the city in a
launch. They quickly srnttered upon
reaching laud, fearful of being agnln
taken Into mstody. Another ot tho
stownw-aH, an American, Is said to
have brought too with him from Ho
ORBGONIAN ON lllili WAY.
San Francisco, Mar. 18. Tomorrow
at noon thn lareg steamer Oregonlan,
Captain Carty, will sail for Honolulu
on the way back to New- York. Eight
hundred tons of the cargo brought
from New York Is destined for Hono
lulu and remnlns In the hold, and sev
eral thousand more tons ot freight are
being taken aboard for tho Islands. At
Honolulu the Oregonlan will load su
gar for New- York. All the 8000 tons
of freight brought from the Eastern
coast by the big steamer has been dis
charged at Steuart street wharf In fin?
The Oregonlan sailed on schedule
time and Is therefore due here In a
couple of days.
ISLAND SUGAR FLEET ARRIVES.
San Francisco, March 20. A fleet
of sugar vessels reached port yester
day from the Hawaiian Islands. Thn
bark Santiago came from Hllo, after X
run of twenty-five days, with 21,170
hagB of Biigar. Captain Engalls broke
his right arm on March 13th as a ro
suit of falling clown the cabin stairs.
Tho barkentlno Planter was twenty
one days from Honolulu, and snlleil up
the bay ot an anchorage off the refin
ery. The bark Martha Davis made tho
run from Hllo In twenty-two days, and
the ship Tillle E. Starhuck was twenty-one
days from Honolulu. The ship
Star ot Ik-ngaL, with a cargo of 45,
.bags of sugar, came from Honolulu in
r . .
MBADG SAILS AGAIN.
San Francisco, March 20. Tho
transport Meade left Quarantine sta
tton at Angel Island yesterday nod
started upon ncr long deferred voyage
to Manila with recruits under tho
Ja-h?1mmand..ofIc,apViln J?meJ Romayno
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r. nrn.llov iTnii.rt a... i,iioi r.
partment. and II. King Cole, contract
surgeon, took passage on her. Thj
transport sailed with an entirely new
crow, leaving tho old crew and sixteen
men In camp on Angel Island, guarded
by twenty men under Captain James
D. Goe, Thirteenth Infantry.
ROUCRT LEWHKS CASE.
A San Francisco dispatch of Starch
S states that among the decisions hand
ed down on the previous day by Judges
Gilbert, Ross and Morrow of the United
States Circuit of Appeals was the fol
lowing: The schooner Robert Lcwers Co. vs.
Kamnka Kekanohn From District
Court of Hawaii. Judgment affirmed.
Judge Robinson appointed C. F.
Reynolds commissioner to partition
real estate In the equity suit of Victor
ia S. Iluffandeau vs. A, A. Montano.
The grocery store of J. E. Goeas.
Derctanla street near Miller, will be
closed to business all day Good Fri
day. Patrons nre requested to send
orders early tomorrow. 2105-2t
The store of the undersigned will bo
closod March 28, 1902 (Oood Friday),
at 10 a. m. Wo'wlll be obliged If our
customors will place their orders early
tnat day, as wo shall make but ono
dollvery. II. MAY & CO., LTD.
A special meeting of tho stockhold
ers of the Honolulu Rapid Transit &
Land Company will be held at the As
Bombly Room, over tho offices ot Cas
tle & Cooke, Limited, , on April Ctb,
-.02, at 10 o'clock a. ra., for the pur
pose of considering a proposition to
amend tho By-Laws and to provide for
J. A. ai.LMAN.
Secretary Honolulu Rapid Transit
& Land Company.
Some folks are born procrastlnatora. Neither advlco nor entreaty
proves availing; they won't anticipate and constitutional last mln
titers, therefore, must be content with pot-luck depleted assortments.
Hut you are not In that category, are you? You want to make selec
tions under the most favorable conditions. Wo expect big crowds
this week. We shall have tn site
13 Ions of Fresh Easter Merchandise
No occasion to repeat the stock
You've heard them tested thetu
ED FRIDAY AFTERNOON.
For Wont Column See Page Six
ENGLISHMAN, aged 27, desires situa
tion ns clerk, bookkeeper or any po
sition of trust; best of Island refer
ences. SI. W F., this office.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
nil occnslons. Leave orders Ilerg
Strom Music Co.; J. S. Ellis, Mgr.
NEW - TO-DAY
McDRYDE SUGAR COMPANY, LTD.
Notice Is hereby given that tho An
mini Sleeting of tho Stcllrydo Sugar
Company, Limited, will be held In As
sembly Hall, above the offices of Mes
srs. Castlo & Cooke, Limited, corner
of King and Dethel streets, Hoi.olulu.
on Friday. .March 2Sth, 1002, nt 1U
o'clock a. in.
At this meeting, In addition to the
usual business to be tiansacted, the
matter of Increasing tho bond Issue
will bo considered.
The Stock Transfer Rooks will bo
cbied between .March 13th and 27th.
F. SI. SWANZY,
Treasurer SlcDryde Sugar Com
Honolulu, Mnrch 12th, 1902.
2093 March 13, 15, 19, 22. 26, 27.
I DE I
WINES. . . I
We know you will enjoy
these wines They are the very
choicest, are pure and of the
vintage ot 1895. Some of the
We want your order.
Gomes & McTighe:;
Telephone Jlalu 140. ".'.
t -H-VHt-v-m-t 4-f-ft M-t-mt-H-
W. K. VICKERY,
of tho firm of Vlckery, At
kins and Torrey, of San
Francisco, Is now In Ho
nolulu with somo fine wa
ter colors which are on
exhibition In ROOM 11,
In engravings, etchings
and photogravures will be
found many suitable wed
ding gifts at prices rang
ing from $10 upwards.
A good selection of Cop
ley Lepla Prints, prices
from (2 to JC, arc also In
Hot t Buns
1134 Nuuanu 8L Phone White 1431.
Bend the weekly edition of the Bul
letin to your friends. Only $1 a year.
arguments against lato buying.
many times. Will you prottt by
OPEN SATURDAY FVENING
The' best tho markets
a.3oid served tnd guests
.have full view of tho sea
from the dining room. . .
L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
W. Beswlek, Manager.
Take the car to Walklkl.
SATURDAY, Mar. 29
AFTERNOON AND EVENING
Grand Production ot a series ot
nclent Hawaiian History
for the stage by the
PONOI DRAMATIC COMPANY
to ho presented ln English by Native
Hawaiian. A Melodrama In two acts.
The Lady of the Twilight
Now Scenes New' Customes Now Songs
A musical Interlude by the company.
Landing o! Lotio and His Death
Characters by tho Company.
Tickets on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.
. Popular prices.
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort St., bet. Queen and Merchant
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Everything first-class. Complete lint
Key West and Domestic Cigars atwayi
H, J, NOLTE, - Proprietor.
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
clal Travelers. Opposite Landing, fine
view, cool and comfortable. Terms
Tho puro Juice of tho California
Grape Fruit carbonated by us.
Delicious refreshing and health
ful. Delivered at
tho dozen In tho city limits.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co,,
65 Queen St.
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
II 65 Queen St
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