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HVBNINO DDl-iamM, nOMOLULTL T. H., FRIDAY, JAN. 1&, 1900.
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CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA 8TREET9.
NOW IN PORT
Tho American-Hawaiian S. S. Alas
kan hat uuoard 6.4S9 bags of sugar,
ell she will tako from here. She Is
(till at the railroad wharf waiting for
tuo weather to change. Sho goes
from here to Kaliulul for moro sugar.1
Owing to tho rough sea prevailing!
around tho Islands It would ho Impos- j
rlblo for her to load there, and sho Is
apt to remain hero several days, I
Tho Alaskan will also tnl.o sugar.
Crom Hllo. If tho cargo thero was
ready for shipment she would go to'
imu ursi unu men 10 i.auuiui ior me
1 est of tho shipment. Ah It Is, thero
Is no telling when sho will leave this
port, Tho Alaskan goes to tho Dela
Now that tho Alaskan has taken on
her share of sugar tho sailing vessels
till! bo loaded. Tho ship l'holps Is
taking on sugar at the railroad wharf.
'Work wag resumed this afternoon.
The nozt boat to bo loaded Is tho Qer-
- ttrd C. Tohey with goods from tho Hwa
htiml Wnlnlnn ttlnntiitlnnd Thn Hf-nriFil
-Curtis and tho Kalulanl will also bo
Killed within the next two weeks. Tho
Kenllworth Ik preparing fur sugar nft-1
r discharging horo coal from Nowcas-
tie, and will probably begin taking on
tugar about tho first of next wouk.l
Hho, as does tho Phelps both Sow
oil boats Balls around tho Horn for
tho Delaware breakwater.
Much Hugar is also arriving for W.j
t. irwin Ac uu. mu Aiuiueiui win who
out about 8,000 bag of refined mate
tlal. Tho Hcleno, now on her way
from San Francisco, will nlso uo loau.
til as soon as she arrives. Tho Irwin
uugar Is being stored at the Oceania
The strike at Walpahu will Inter
fere somowhat, If It continues, with
tbe loading of vessels, among others
A. Ia I-ane, former first mate on the
etcamcr Mlkahala, U now captain of
tho Pioneer He started In upon his
new duties this morning. Ills place on
the Mlkahala has been taken by Male
Judge Lindsay this morning granted
.0 decree of divorce in the case of Mabel
J'bllip vs. Joo Philip on grounds of
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.sk Aid For
At tho suggestion of Hawaii's
Delegate to Congress, Kuhlo Ka-
lanlnnaole, tho Merchnnts' Asso-
elation of this city has addressed
a petition to Secretory James
Wilson of tho United States De-
partment of Agrlculturo. asking
4- assistance from that Department
In promoting tho diversified In-
dustrles of theso Islands provld-
Ing for toll surveys on tho tllf-
I- fcrcnt Islands' of tho group,
It has also been requested that
ho assign a tobacco expert for
duty In this Territory.
Delecato Kuhlo has been re-
quested to make an effort to so- J
euro Federal assistanco in mo ?
support of a local agricultural col
There was considerable concern
along the waterfront nnd elsowhere
this morning over a report that the In-ter-Uland
Steam Navigation Company's
eteamer Mlkahala had not put In an
appearanco anywhere on Kauai. Sho
left here at 5 p. m. yesterday anil
should havo been heard from at an
tarly hour. A message by wireless was
received from Kauai to tho effea that
somo anxiety wns felt over tho non
appearance of tho vessel at her accus
tomed time. Hough weather has been
prevailing and It was thought thnt tho
Mlkahala might have experienced n
hard time, perhaps endeavoring to put
hack to Honolulu, aleak or othcrwlso
Tho matter was discussed seriously
In shipping circles and thero was even
talk of sending out to look for the ves
sel, when tho welcome news was re
ceived about noon that tbo Mlkahula
had arrhod at Nawlllwlll at 11 o'clock
Tho steamship company gavo tho Ml
kahala until noon to be heard from.
James I). (lorman hnB filed a petition
as a voluntary bankrupt not only per
sonally, but also for the partnership
jf Klley & (lorman, although Fred, M.
Klloy, tho other partner, objects thero.
to. This Is the first tlmo a suit of this
nature has been filed here.
Gorman shows that the partnership
has been In business for four years. It
Is Insolvent, having no assets and out
standing liabilities amounting to over
$500. Gorman is willing to surrender
his proporty to his creditors as well
as tho creditors of the partnership,
hut Klley refuses to poln In the peti
tion. The appended schedules show tho
debts of tho partnership to bo as fol
lows: II. Klloy, $1,913.25; Uu Dow,
$205.85; Kwong Sing, $185; and Ah
Hop, $05.50; making a total of $2,429.
10 . All theso claims are unsecured.
Tho assets of tho partnership aro nil.
Gorman's personal unsecured debts
amount to $705.75, as follows: C. J.
McCarthy. $150; I.au You, $145; C. B.
Cooper, $75; W. C. Rogers, $70; J. T.
Wnyeon, $150; W. Rusaoll, $25: C. Da
vis. $20; I). V. Ilroedloro, Hot Springs,
Ark-.'JSSS, nnd W. Smith, $15, Ho
has no assets.
Dr. L, E. Cofer, of the public health
and marine hospital servko. leaves on
tho Mongolia tomorrow morning for
San Francisco to meet Mrs. Cofer, who
1U return from an extended visit on
llio mainland. ,
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Latt quarter of tho moon Jan. 17th.
the tldet ax Kaauiui and Hllo oecur
about an bour earlier than at Hono
Friday, Jan. 19.
P. M. S. S. Mongolia, Porter, from
llio Orleut, 10:30 a. m.
Thursday, January IS,
Stmr. Helcnc, Nelson, for Hamakua
ports. 5 p. m.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Kauai i
ports, b p. m.
Friday, January 19.
Stmr. Mauna l.oa, Sinicrson, for Maul
ami Han all ports, 12 m.
Scur. Ottllllo Fjord, Bosch, for the
Bound, 11 n. m.
Stmr. Iwalani, I'lltz, for Ahuklnl, 5
Stmr. Claudlnc, Parker, for Maul
ports, S ji. m.
A.-II. S. S. Alaskan, Nichols, for Del
aware llrcakwatcr, via Kahului and
Hllo, G p. m,
P. M.,8. 8. Mongolia, Porter, for San
Francisco, 9 a. m.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scarlr,
Walmanalo, p. m., with sugnr.
Stmr. KInau, Frrcman, from
niul way port, due In forenoon.
Stmr. I.lkellke, Naopala, from Molo
kal. Maul and I-nnnl ports due.
S. S. Alameda. Dowdull, from San
Francisco, due In Morning.
aa a i
Stmr. W. O. Hall, S. Thompson, fron
Kauai ports, duo In morning.
Per S. S. Mongolia, from tho Orient,
Jan. 19. For-Honolulu: II. L, Spen
cer, Mrs. Spencer, Mrs. P. Umbsen,
Miss I-; Umbsen. For San Francisco:
W. II. Andrews, W. T. Andrews, F.
Appel, Miss M. 3. Atkinson, Col. V. II.
Illrbcck. Mrs. V. II. Blrbcck and
maid, II, I). IJlchr, Comdr. J. D. Dllsh,
V. 8. N.: Geo, Drown, (Mrs, Geo. Drown
A. Ilosredon, J, A. Campbell, N .C.
Cockhurn, Miss C M. Cromble, Jos
eph Davenport, L. Epplnger and ser
vant, I.t. Col. o. II. Fowke. It. E.;
Miss i:. M. Garrctson, It. A. Goodcell,
Mrs. R. A. Gooodccll, Mlko Haley, A.
Hartmann, Mrs. A. D. Helms, Mrs. S.
1). Hepburn. Miss M. It. Hlllman, Z.
HorlUoshl, W. M. Knox, Mrs. w. M.
Knox, P. Kutt, J. M. Lacalle, Edward
l.en, Ilov. S. 11. I.lttell, Mrs. S. II.
Uttell. Master Llttell (2), A. C. Mar
tin. Mrs. A. P. Mnrtln. lion. Edwin
Morgan, I.t, Engineer, H. Nlshllinrn, I.
J. N.; Mrs. S. Pike, Lt. Col. V. Post
nltkov, MaBter Ii. Postnltkov, Captain
James Itennto, Capt, Thos. Hcllly, Lt.
V. Salnowsky, W. J. Schroth, Mrs.
W. J. Schroth, II. S. Scott, Miss M.
Servals, II. A. Shlpman, Mrs. II. A.
Shlpman, II. O. Simon, Miss O. Ev
Steero. W. D. Straight. T. Takeda and
servant, . TImmIs, W. M. Tipton. J.
Q. Turner, T. M. Tyssowskl, II. Wa
tanabo and servant. Geo. W. Wckrlin,
II. F. Wright, K. Yukawa.
Joo Ferrelra was this morning
brought from Walalua on a bench war
i out by Deputy Sncrlft Cox, he having
dlHolie)ed a summons calling him as a
witness In the Santos disabling a mem
ber of tho body caso.
Per S. S. Mongolia, Jan. 25, for San
Francisco. Mrs. V. Pfotoiihaur. O.
Dii Hot and wife. Miss Schurcir, Miss
Power, II. F. Dillingham and wife, Mrs.
Poekllngton, Miss Pockllngton nnd 2
mnlds, Miss Hargreavcs. J, II, Gait
Btid wlfo. Miss C, J. Carter, James A.
Kunts'anil wlfo, O. Baddcley. V. C.
It. Cavo, G, A. Parkins, G. S. Clarke
and wire, Mrs. ,.. C. McPlke. son
and daughter; H. S. Aldrlc hand wife.
J. A. Kennedy. George W. Smith, F.
J. Lowrey, M. P. Robinson, Allen Rob
inson, E, A. Mclnerny, Sydney I.ovy,
F. N. jyicCandlcss and wlfo, M. A.
Dunham, II, C. Taft, J. C. Taft, Mrs.
Solomon Splro, Mrs. M, II, Marks, J.
C. Coppago, O. II. Keep Jr. and wife,
M, D. Hall, MIsb D. Woods, Dr. L. E.
Cofer, Hev. Mr. G. D. Watson and
wife, W. 11. Rlckards, Mrs. M. Me
Leod, J. M. Cathcart and wife, J, K.
Kutz, 8, Pelier. A, D. Loebensteln, D,
II. Caso, Dr. Tyrco, U. S. N.; Georgo
W. Waller, A. N. Campbell.
V, S. Weather Bureau,
Jan. 19, 1905.
. Vm'U,Mtllt KB U U. (11,, U1, 0 U. 111.,
C3; 10 a. m, C8; noon, 71; mornlnfe
Barometer, 8 a. m., 29.08; absolute
humidity. 8 a. m.. 5.206 grains per cu
hie foot; relative humidity, 8 a. m., 82
per cent.; dow point, 8 a. m., 67,
Wind 6 a. m., velocity 1C, direction
Whitney & Marsh
Wc intend to close out our ENTIRE STOCK of
Ladles Tailor Made Suits
about 20 In all and will offer the entire loton
at less than you pay ordiniarily for the skirt alone
We have divided them into 2 LOTS,
One at $5.00 a suit
The other at $8.50 a suit
Of course some arc better than others, being originally
priced as high as $30.00. This is your chance, first
come first choice. .., .M j j j & J- J-
NEW - TO-DAY
Stockholders of the Hawaiian-Chi
nese Kona Coffee Plantation Co., Ltd.,
.will meet at tho office of Quong Sam
Keo. on King street, at 12 noon sharp
Saturday, Jan. 20, for tho purposo of
ictlng on dlslncorporatlon.
Jan. 19, 'OC. 3285-lt
New Barber Shop
Recently opened, everything clean
and whotetome. Both barbert former
ly located at Center thop on Bethel 8t.
NOW AT 1038 NUUANU STREET.
A. ITOGO, Proprietor.
Illll FROM M'tlELlM
Tho following letter from O. 11. Me
Clcllan, Delegate Kublo's prlvato sec
retary, marked personal, Is being dis
cussed by tho members of tho Wash
The Honolulu papers of December
HUi nnd 16th arrived today, anil Ui!c81.
Delegate has spent a consiuerauio pari
nt the evening here at my house dlv
i.usslng the nccounts of the Joint meet
ing of the two commercial bodies.
"The calm assumption of the meet
ing, that the entire destiny of this meas
ure depended on tho work and judg
ment of Mr. Hatch, was both absurd In
Itself and exasperating to tho Dele
gate. It Is Just the sort of treatment
that Is calculated to make any self
respecting member of Congress resent
any interference by a paid lobbyUt, and
even to decline tho aid of a delegation
whose avowed object Is to aid, not the
Dclegato to Congross, but a special rep
resentative of particular Interests."
"Tho Delegate has started out with a
very friendly attitude toward Mr.
Hatch, which I have shared ami sought
carefully to promote; but any thought
ful perron can see at once that acts of
this sort must Inevitably destroy that
cordial working relationship, and In
tho end Injure Mr. Hatch's usetulneu
for moro than It will harm tho Terri
"Ab a mattor of facMr. Hatch Is at
present very much of a stranger In
Washington; there Is hardly a prom
inent official in the entire executive de
partment of tho government who was
here when Mr. Hatch was here Many
of tho prominent heads of committees
In Congress aro also strangers to him,
and ho does not even know them by
tight. Mr. Hatch was at first opposed
to having a delegation come, nnd It was
only becauro of my urging It that ho
consented to the plan.
"Hut I am frank to say that It n del
egation is to romo on with the Idea
ihat they aro to work wholly or oven
chlelly through and with Mr. Hatch,
they would much better remain at
homo; for they wpuld simply crento
dissension that would bo very likely to
defeat tho main end that wo nil ileatro
"You vlll believe me whon I say that
this Is not written out of an envy of
Mr. Hatch, with whom my relations aro
ry friendly; neither Is it becauso of
any personal deelro for public credit
for the work bo far done and to be done
for this measure. It Is becauso tho op
portunity Is an unusual one and the
entire matter ono requiring such care
fulness of .handling, that I can not t.oo
Its prospects threatened without speak
ing out frankly. I accordingly send
this pergonal line to you In order that
you, may fully understand the situa
"The Delegate has increased pres
tige In his second term In the House,
and the time has gone by when ho can
safely be Ignored and flouted by those
wno ucsire legislation."
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W; 8 a. m., velocity 8, direction NW;
10 n. m voloclty 22, direction W;
noon, voloclty 20, direction W.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended
R a. m., .35 inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 547 miles,
ALEX. McC, ASHLEY,
Section Director, U. S. Weather Du
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