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RVHNINO mil.T.RTIN, HONOUJiU. T If.. WnDNT.anAY. HHC . 1ftC
FATE OF CM
IN I HE
Inspectors Disagree As
To Wreck Of
Captain John Ik-rnilnghain, Super
vlnltiR Inspector, lias before lilm two
expel t opinions us to the blnniu that
should lie attached to Caplnln W. I'.
H, l'ortcr for tlio stranding of the Mon
golia nt Midway Island, O. I'. Hollos,
Inspector of Hulls, and John K. Ilul
ger, Inspector of Hollers, agree that
Andrew Martin, first mate of the Mon
golia, should he suspended for six
months: hut they nre hopelessly divid
ed as to fcnptaln l'ortcr. Holies wants
to tuke tils license away for six
months, white llulger thinks ho should
he exonerated, lloth havo set forth
their opinions at "length, and Captain
Uermliigham must decide.
Holies, In his decision, reviews the
circumstances of the stranding, telling
of the Mongolia leaving Yokohama on
September Uth, uml stopping nt Mid
way Island on September l'JIli to lund
(leorgu Ward, vice president of the l'a
clflc L'ablo Company. When the Isl
and was anprouclied tho boat was
stopped, mid lights burned to uttrnit
the attention of people on shore. There
were answering llghtii, us though from
ii small boat approaching. The Mou
r,olla was ordered half-speed ahead,
cud I'lrst Mute Martin sent forward
to take soundings. He came back and
reported 150 fathoms and no bottom,
Captain Porter told him he should he
able to And bottom there, and told htm
to use the sounding machine continu
ously. At 10:20 p. m. Martin still re
ported ir0 fathoms uml no bottom.
The boat was then ordered stopped.
At that moment Captain l'ortcr saw
ii white streak ahead and ordered full
rpeed astern, but before the order
could be obeyed the ship struck.
Holies, In recommending tho suspen
don of Captain Porter, says:
"I am satisfied that Captain W. P. S.
Porter was unskillful In navigating the
Kteamshlp .Mongolia on September 1G,
)90i!. In npproachlng this Island nt
night lie should huu ascertained' the
correct position and distance that the
ship wjih on when ho saw the light
lrom the bridge deck at 8:GC p. in., uml
not placed ho much reliance on his
Judgment of tho distance of thu ship
from the Island at that time. When the
first mate did not get soundings In the
position the ship should be In by
tourses and distance's run from point
of departure taken at 8:30 p. in., Cap
tain Porter should have stopped the
essel dead still In tho water and havo
ascertained the exact depth of water,
character of bottom and correct heap
lug of light. The Mongolia Is a largo
and heavy ship of 13,000 tons, with a
druft of water about twcnty-slx feet,
and holds her headway through the
water for some time after tho engines
Ilulger lays tho entire blame for thu
disaster on the first mate, Martin, who
he sayH was Inexperienced. He says:
"I am of thu opinion that if Chief
0 nicer Martin got these soundings,
which ho swears ho did, If ho knew
his business 'when ho got forty fath
oms of water with 107 fathoms of
wlie, und Immediately thereafter ho
got bottom with fifty fnthoms of wlie.
Instead of waiting eight minutes to
eel in thu line, examine the lead and
the patent recorder, It was his place
to have telephoned or gone In person
to tho bridge and notify thu captain
that thu water was rapidly shoaling,
lly so doing, that would havo saved
the Mongolia from stranding, as the
nvldencu proves that sho did not take
thu bottom until seventeen minutes of.
ter he says ho took this cast; and that
ho was getting ready to tako another
one when shu grounded. I am also of
thu opinion that the steamer was on
soundings for one hour before shu
grounded, this being confirmed by tho
beurlngu laid off on tho chart by Cap-
tain Porter: also that Mr, Martin got
bottom and did not know It. and by his
negligence, or Inexporlenee In using ual; $500.
thu deep sea sounding machine, liu'24. 1900.
minted Caplnln Porter, causing the
Mongolia to ground." Chronicle, No
recorded Nov, 26, 1906.
Hawn Trust Co Ltd to R C Rhodes;
ltd; por lot 0 of Or 4019, IiIiIrs, etc,
35 shares Hawn Krult & Plant Co Ltd,
18 shares Wahlawa Wnter Co Ltd;
all Wuhlnwa, Walalua, Oahti; S000.
II 289, p 92. Dated Nov 5, 100C,
Klla 11 Mitchell to Albert Mitchell
et al; Can U: lots 9, 10 and 11, (Irote
tract, Honolulu. II 280, p 238. Dated
Nov 24, 1900.
Klla II Mitchell to .Albert Mitchell
et al: D; lots 9, U) and 11, (Irotu trad,
Honolulu: II. etc. II 280, P 238. Dat
ed Nov 24, 1900.
Arthur M llrown to Hobcrt W At
kinson; 118; 3 canoes, mdse, paddles,
fixtures, etc: $175. 2. P Uu'
ed Nov 3, 190C.
J Kapaaku to John 11 D'Almeldn;
M: Ap 1, H P 230, Kill 9408, bldgs, etc,
Mannnanul, Kwn, Oahn; $150, 11 289,
p 92, Dated Nov 24, 1900,
Notice Is hereby given that having
decided an Exchange of the Public
Lands on the Island of l.niml to be
advisable, the Commissioner of Public
Lands is prepared to receive offers of
other landB that nre equal In value to
those of l.nnul, and of greater Inime
dink- service to the Territorial (lovern
ment from uuy responsible person, tip
to uml Including Sntuidny, the Fif
teenth day ol December, l&Gfi.
11 It. UAUTEK,
Honolulu, November 28th. 1900,
3551 -Nov 28! Dec. 1, 5, 8, 12, 15,
idt j ric rPrudent People
X V. s - are thla ctorr's mott pie
Crex Figured' -
cuttomerc. They exercise
care In the choice of what
they eat and drink; therefore,
they come here for soda wa
ter and Ices. We serve none
but the purest and the re
freshing, cool Kind, Why not
be prudent I It cents no
Oceanic Steamship Company
Th stesmer of this lino will srrlvt jnJ leave this port at hereunder!
PROM SAN FRANCISCO! I FOR OAN FRANCISCO!
ALAMEDA DEC. 21 ALAMEDA DEC. S
1907 SONOMA DEC. 11
SONOMA JAN 2 ALAMEDA DKC. 2
ALAMEDA JAN. Hi 1907
VKNTWRA JAN. 2.!Vi:NTUItA JAN. 1
alameiu n:u iai.ami:da jan. i
sierra feii. is sierra jan. 2
ALAMEDA I-TH. 22
Mfinnlll II ririlrr f!fl i ,n connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the agents art pro-
llUIIUIIliU U! Uc UUI pared to Issue to Intending passenger, coupon through tickets, by any rail'
road from San Francltco to all points In the United States, and from Nays
York by any tteamihlp line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY YO
IN TUB CIIICUIT COURT OK Till!
Second Circuit, Tenltory of Hawaii.
At Chambers; In Probute. In the Mat
It" of the Estnti- of (1. Kuliuiianul, late
of Wnlluu, Haua, Maul, Ductnscd, Or-
wilder Wight to Henry Wuterhousu ''ur of Notice or Hearing Petition for
Trust Co Ltd: PA; gencrnl powers,
284, p 415. Dated Nov 9, 1900.
Kslua to Onomea Sug Co; I.: 25
a. land, l'liunu.l, lino, nnwiiii; o ji
nt 12S per yr. II 288, p 45, Dated
Nov 10, 1900.
Polly Kulua and lisli to Young Men s
Snvlngs Socy l.ty; M; II P 6055. Kul
fjol. Puako, tahalnn, Maul; Aps 1 and
2. It P 3524, Kill 5331, I.UUIUUI, win
luku, Maul; 500. II 289, p 90". Dated
Nov 23. 1900
F C Athong and wf to Illstiop hi
Ztugmn et ul. Tr of: Tr D; 2 Ph land,
Lahnlnii. Maul; $1. II 280. p 210. uat
cd Nov 20. 1900,
Recorded Nov. 27, 1906.
M Mclneriiv (widow) by ally to
James A Wilder; AM; mtg S De iso-
brega on por Ur 72, Nuuanu valley;
Ap 4. 1,1 P 7107, Kill 981, Kamakela;
lot 28, hlk 2, Puiinnl tract; nil Hono
lulu; I3C00. U 289, p 94. Dated Nov
Adrian M Keoho tr to i: (I Dulsen
berg; D; lot 201, Or 3339 und i: 1-2 lot
228, Or 3333, Young and Kceanmokii
911. Honolulu: t200. II 280, p 241.
Dated Nov 22, 1900.
Adeline Waluu nnil lisli ((1) to J
Alfred Magoon; M; Ap 3, It P 1791,
Kill 990. Pauuu. Honolulu: 120(1. II
289. p 99. Dated Sept 28. 1900.
William II Castlu tr to (leorgu A
Howard Jr; ltd; lots 15, 10, 17 and
18. hlk 8A. Kupahulu; lots 13 and
14, blk 15, KaliuuU tract; both Hono
lulu; I100U. II 289, ii 101. Dated Nov
Virginia It Isenberg (widow) to I-M-
ward (1 Dulsenlierg; PA; special pow
ers. II 284. p 410. Dated Nov
Vlrglnlu U Isenberg (widow) by ally
to August K Dreler; D: por lot 11,
Patent 4541 and por lot 10, Or 4540 und
bldgs, Tantalus. Honolulu; $0000. II
280, p 247. Dated Nov 22, 1900.
I) P Kalena to Allen & Robinson
Ltd; M; pc land, bldgs, etc, llono
lulu; $000. II 289, p 101. Dated Nov
Y Ahln to Trs of Est of Hernlco P
Hlshop; Sur 1.; II P'h 2224 anil 2321.
Kapalama, Honolulu; $1. II 28H, p
48, Dated Nov 27, 1900.
Slu See and lisli to Trs of Est of
Hemlcu P Hlshup; I); It P'h 2224 and
321, bldgs, etc. Kapalama. Honolulu;
$1200. 11 280. p 249. Dated Nov 22,
Chan Chan In Ah Shoon; 1); 2 sIih
In hul land, bldgs, and 2 coffee glows,
Holualoa 1 nnd 2, etc. pe laud, Knlluu;
both N Kona, Hawaii; $1, etc. I) 280,
p 243. Dated Nov 1, 1900.
Kamakeu to Mrs II M Allen; 1,;
por II 1 1801, Ap 2, l.uulhau 2. N Ku
na. Hawaii: 20 yrs at $10 per yr. 11
8, p 40. Dated Nov 7, lSOfi,
II llackfeld & Co Ltd to Uhalnn
Agrctl Co Ltd: I); II P 25 pes land,
water rtx and 1-7 Int InlAps 1 and 2,
II P 1182, Polalkl, etc, Uhalna, Maul;
$1. Dated Nov 5, 1900.
J All red Magoon to Isaac S Kalu;
Itel; 15 pes lund, and leasehold, Wal
oil, etc, Halelea, etc, Kuunl; lauds In
Ter or Hawaii; $250. II 289, p'9l. Da.
led Nov 27, 1900.
Mlliuhala K Kaeo and lisb (8 K) el
ul to (leorgu N Wilcox; M; Ap 1. It
P's 3840, 3873 uml lots 2 und 3, of II P
7373, Ap 42. Nawlllwlll. etc. Puna Ka
il 289, p 95. Dated No
CrexPlainlMULGSiWrn. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd
II1 Administration, On reading and filing
thu petition of Sarah A. Kahokuoluua,
sister uf deceased, of l'ala, Maul, ul-
legliig that (1. Kahanauul, of Wulluu,
llauti, Muni, died Intestate ut Walluu,
Maun, Maul, on the 8th day of Febril
nry. A, D. 189.,, leaving property in
tli" I la a iillan Islands necessary to ho
lulinlnlatrreil upon, uml praying that
Ii iters ol iidmliilstrullou Issue to Ed
tuund II, Hurt, It In ordered tliut Mou
day, the :ilst day of December, A. D.
1900, ut 10 o'clock n. in., he and hereby
Is appointed for hearing snld petition
In thu court room of this court at Will
luku. Maul, ut which time und pkico
nil persons concerned may uppeur und
kIiow cause. If uuy they hnve, why
Mild petition should not be granted
nnd that notice of this order be pub
llshc I In the English lauguagu for
three suciessUo weeks In the livening
llulletln, a dally newspaper, prlutid
anil published In Honolulu
Dated nt Walluku, Muul, No ember
(Sd.) A. N, KI'.I'OIKAI.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Attest: (Hil.) I'.DMUND II. IIAKT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court or tho
3551 Nov. 28; Dec. 6, 12. 19.
Coyne Furniture Co.
UNION AND HOTEL STREETS
Bishop Trust Co.,
OCCANIC 8.S. CO- OENERAL AQENTS.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
ir j-.-i.i jv.. . i Ci i.
Schuman Carriage Co. Incidental ana wnemai oieamsnip
Lo, and 1 oyo iisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave lhl
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
IN TUP. CIIICUIT COURT OK Tin:
I'lrst Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; In Probute. In thv Mnttvi
uf thu Kslntu of (leorgo Turner Den
enn, Deceused. Order of Notice of
Hearing Petition for Admlnlsliutlou.
I On reudliiir and OIIiil- tho lietltluu ot
,,J'Custle & Cooke, uu lluwulluu Corpora-
t on. a creditor or Honolulu. Oaliu. al
leging thut (leorgo Turner Deacon, or
Wnlaluu, Oahti. Territory or Hnwull,
died Intestule at said Walalua. Oaliu
on thu 24th day or October, A. I). 1900
leaving nruiierty In thu Hawaiian 1st
umlK necessary to hu administered
upon, und praying thut letters or ail
ministration Issua to Thomas 11. Pet
rle. It Is ordered that MONDAY, the
24th day or DEUKM1IER, A. 1). 1900.
at 9 o'clock a. in., bo und hereby 1st
appointed for hearing said petition In
the court mom or this court al Hono
lulu, Oaliu, at which time and place ull
persons concerned may appear and
show cause, lr any they have, why Bald
petition should not bu granted, ami
that notice or this order bu published
In the Kngllsh language ouco a week
for threw suciesslvo weeks In thu
Evening llulletln newspaper In llpno
lulu. Dated at Honolulu, Onbu, November
(Slg.) J. T. Ill: HOLT.
Tlrst Judge or the Circuit Court
of the I'lrst Circuit.
Attest: (Big) J. A. THOMPSON.
Clerk or tho Circuit Court or the
Messrs. Castju & Wlthlnglon for po.
3545 Nov. 21, 28; Dec. 5, 12.
Money to Loan
Long Time Loans
Real Estate Loans
Loans on Listed
Bishop Trust Co..
SUPPLIES PLANTATIONS, FAMI
LIES, SHIPPERS AND STORE
KEEPERS. Japanese man desires situation as
clerk In store or office.
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES.
PHONE WHITE 2576.
RIVER STREET near HOTEL.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
FOR SAN FRANCISCO;
AMERICA MAUU DKC. 7 .NIPPON MAIHJ DKC. 11
HIIIEItIA DKC ll'nOHKJ ............DKC. 21
U,IINA I,K0; 2' HO.NllKONH'MAItlJ JAN. 8
'"J' KOHKA JAN II
NIPPON MAUU JAN. 4 amk,Ca mau r '"'.".".iilAN. 29
Call at . Manila . SIHIIItlA FKH. T,
CHINA ITU. 12
would consist of an assort
ment of fine wines and liq
uors. Some of Claret, tome
Port, Sherry, White Wines,
Brandy, Scotch, Rye and Bour
bon Whiskeys, Gin, etc. We
will make up any assortment
you want and deliver It at the
time you designate. Fancy
Liquors and Wines too.
Better order now for Christ,
mas delivery, as we will be
rushed the last few days.
PHONE MAIN 38.
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Cows and Chickens
Tel. Main 109
HONOLUL UUNDERTAKINQ CO..
1120 FORT 8T. PHONE MAIN 179.'
NIQHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901.
M, E. 8ILVA .MANAGER
have opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, et:. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class shoer they im pro
pared to do all n In
trusted to them In a first
class manner, ;: :: :: ::
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. wktiAidL 60 YEARS'
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(lntuklr rirtin titr tio'inuii jroo wfiitir hu
liirriilViti I m linblF VnU " lo i itMMiitiltlrti.
iloiiammilrroniiletiilul. HANUE00X iki I'dimu
ptit iif (IMvit rijonry ir kruiiiiasutttiil
tiiil Uben Ihiixitrli Munti A li.rrtrlt
tirlnl tt'iflcr, wit twill tliartfe, luthd
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cuUltou if Miir Iff 1 104' jMuriiitl '1 ornia, l-t a
'ONrt I Mir nmniiii, u rum wjw nwRnriri.
ui, en y su w,iiiniW,. ii. u
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THOUSAND UNREDEEMED PLEDGES; also a Large Assort
ment of the VERY LATEST DESIGNS IN JEWELRY. Don't
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IJ7 MERCHANT STREET.
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N KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
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Prom rV"w York: to Honolulu
S.S.'TCXAN" to sail DEC. 10
3S."HAWAIIAN," via Tehuantepec to ta JAN ,Q
Freight reeaived at all times at the Company's Wharf. 41st
8treet, 8outh Brooklyn.
Prorrt San Rranolsaco To Honolulu
S.S."NEVADAN", direct to ga DEC )3
Frelgnt received at Compan y's Wharf, Qreenwich 8L,
and each m onth thereafter.
Prom Honolulu to Huuttlu unci Tuconui
S.S."NEBRASKAN," direct . to sail DEC. &
Prom Honolulu to San Pcanelaco
8.S. "NEVADAN", direct to sail DEC. 23
Pro-n 0aattlaa and Tncoma to Honolulu
8.S. "NEBRASKAN," direct to sail DEC. 20
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Steamers of th abov. line, running In connection with th CANADIAN
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LU. fieaeral Ajuta.
OF BREAD, CAKES. COOKIES, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
K. FUJITA & CO.
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OF ALL KINDS.
Oialer& In Lumber 2nd Co,-i
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Arrlvu lluuolulu from Wuhlaua
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low King. P. O. Box 82a
QUEEN ST., ::
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t tiuuday Ouly.
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Headquarter for Automobile with
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at I'ciirl f.'llv slid Wuluuun
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