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kvhninh uni.i.F.TiN. Honolulu, t ii, Monday, jan i i. ino-.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this lint will arrive anj leave this port as hsrtunder:
FROM SAN FRANCI8COS
AI.AMHDA JAN. 11
m, 1907 190,
n:it 13 SONOMA
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the agents are pr
pared to Issue to Intending pasiengers, coupon through ticket, by any rail
road from San Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
York b any steamship tine to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm G. Irwin & Co,, Ltd
OCEANIC O. S. CO., GENERAL AGENTS.
g . m !' ' ' ;' ' !- .ajtjam
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamshi
Co., and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
TOR JAPAN AND CHINA:
1507 COPTIC HIT 23
I'Oltlt: IAN. K, uoNdKONC MAItU JAN $
COI'IIC . IAN 22 KOItUA IAN
IIONOKO.Vn MAIHf IAN 31 AMKItICA MAII tT IAN 23
koui:a n: 12 siih:iua n:n. 5
full at Mniln IcillNA I'MI 1J
AMHUICA MAUI' n:il 20 MONtuiUA I'lJII 10
B"EHI l"K NIPPON MAIlt! n: 20
CHINA MAlt 7 ,)0,tIC MA 3
.MONGOLIA MAlt 13,
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H; Hackfeld & Co., Ltd,,
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO
Direct Service between New York and Hav7siian Islands, Via Pacific
Prom tVev Yorlc to Monolitlti
S3. "HAWAIIAN," via Tehuantepcc . ... to sail JAN. 15
Freight recSved at all times at the Company's Wharf, 41st
Street, South Brooklyn.
Prom Honolulu to Sun FrnnclHco
O.S.'-NCVADAN" to salt DEC. 30
Prom 8nn Pranclaco To Honolulu
KS. "NEVADAN" to salt JAN. 21
Frelgnt received at Company's Wharf, Greenwich SL,
and each month thereafter.
Prom 3cctttle and Tncoma to Honolulu
8.S.-CALIFORNIAN" to sail JAN. 8
FOR rURTHER INFORMATION APPLY AT
C. P. MCnSE, H. Hackfeld & Co., Lt
GENERAL FREIQHT AOENT. AGENTS. HONOLULU.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers ol the above line, running In connection with the CANAOIAT:
PACiriC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, B C, and Sydney, N. 8. W,
anr1 calllrg at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu and Suva, FIJI, and Brisbane, an
DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the dates brio stated, viz.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B C. J From Sydney and Brlsbana.
(For Brisbane ut.d Sydney) ' (For Victoria and Vancouver, D C.)
AortANoi jan. 12'MiownitA Ki:n.
moana ki:d. a aoiianoi mail c
MIOWHUA . MAlt MOANA ... ... Al'll. a
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, Unlterf States i.nd Eu
rope, For Freight and Passage and ill general Infoimatlcn, apply to
Theo. 11. Uavies & In.. Ltd. General Agents.
J. F. Mo-gan, President; C.J. Campbell,"- President; J. L. Mcl.ear.,
Occrctar; A. K. Clark, T'caiurer; N. E. GcdgTj, Auditor; Frank Hustaca,
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
DRAY MEN, 63 QUEEN ST.
Rrcwood, Stove and Steam Coal,
ALSO WHITE AND BLACK BAND. TELEPHONE MAIN MS.
Time Table. I
For Walame, Walalua, Kahuku mid
Way blntioiis-!! 15 n. 111 , 3 20 p. 111.
For Pe.nl City, i:,i Mill nnd Way
tttntions - 17 20 a 111, If. a. 111,
11 05 a in. '2 15 p in. 3 20 p in ,1
5.15 p. m, 19 JO p in 111.00 i, in
ror vviiiuawa -a iuii iu. and o.Ju
Arrlvn noiiolulii from Kahuku, Wal
alua and Walarao 'S.30 a. in, 5:31
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
nnd Pearl City t7'4C a. m , '8:36 n.
in, ltliJS a. in, 1,40 p m., '4:31 p.
m., 5:31 p. m., '7:30 p. m.
Alrlvo Honolulu from Wnhluwa
8;3ii a, in. mid 5.31 p m
t Kx. Siindny.
1 Buuday Only,
The Hulciwa Limllrd, a two hour
train (only llr.tciaH tlckcta henored),
leaves Ilonnlulii every Sunday ut 8-2J
a. in.; rotitrn'iig, rrlw"B l.i llouuliilii
ut 10 10 p ui The Limited atopa only
at I'earl City nnd Walanae
Q P DENISON, F 0 SMITH
fliipt. O P T. A
Flnt Job PrlntVng at Ihr Bulletin,
FOR BAN FRANCISCO:
.... n:n 12
MAlt 20 1
vuvn it v
cOR SAN TRANCISCO:
'KAPUNA. HONOIPU, KAILUA anc
1 From Sorenson's Wharf,
Apply on Board or to
HAWAIIAN DALLASTING CO, Agt
Telephone Main 396, Mauuakea St., bJ I
low King. P. O, Box 820. '
Headquarters for Automobllei with a
Splendidly Equipped Fireproof
VON IIAMMYOUNG COMPANY, Ltd
IVi PM?JJn A Cn
m. RlUipS OC UO.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbsra
AMERICAN DRY QUODS
FOHT and QUEEN STI,
ESTABLISHED IN 185B.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
I ettcrs of Credit issued on
the Bank of California and
The LondonJoint Stock Bank,
Correspondents foi the
American Express Company
jand Thos. Cook & Son.
I Interest allowed on term
'and Savings Bank Deposits.
Wm. Q. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
Sar. Francisco Agents The Ne
Ida National llauk of Han Tranclscn
Draw Exchange on tlio Nevada Na
lonal Hank of San rranctseo.
I London Tlio Union of London an J
3 in I Ill's Hank, I.til.
New York American Exchange Na
1 (lonal Dank.
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit I.utinnls.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
! koiiR Shanghai Ilinldns Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Hank
of New Zealand and Dank of Auatra
.Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
Drltlfth North America.
Deposits received. Loans made nn
Travelers' Credits Iseucd.
UUU of Kx-1
change, bought and sold.
2ollectlona Promptly Accrvnted For
AND TRUST GO
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL. . .200,000 0o
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000 00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peek
i Ofllcc: Corner FTt nnd King Sta.
SAVING3 DEPOSITS received and
I Interest nllowed for yearly deposits ni
I the rato of 4 1-2 per cent, per anuum
1 Utiles and regulations furnished up
1 The YokohamaSpecie Bank, ut.
Vapltnl Subscribed.. .Yen 21,000,000
"jlillnl Paid Up Yen 21.000.nno
Ift'served Tiind Yen 13,700,000
1 HEAD OFFICE, NOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Antung,
Ilslin, Hang Kau, Chefon, Halny,
Domhay, Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe,
l.co)nug. London, I.)ons, Mukden,
Nagnsiikl, Newchwnng, Now York,
Peking. San Francisco, Shanghai, Tl
I enlsln, Toklo, Osaka.
Tho bank hu)s anil receives for col
let Hon Dills of Hxchungo, Issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit and trans-
inctB n general hanking business.
nunuuuuu unwtn, or rvmu o
"-" " "" "
I CAN SELL
YOUR REAL ESTATE OR BUSI-
NESS NO MATTER WHERE LOCA -
'TED. Properties and Business of all
kinds sold quickly for cash In all
....-. Kn...... m .,.. nw
parts of the United States. Don t
wait. Write today describing what
ou have to sell and give cash price
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Real Estate
anywhere, at any price, write me
your requirements I can save you
time and money
DAVID P. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kancas Avenue,
REAL' ESTATE FOB SALE.;
5 Building lots In Manoa Valley, 12
acre each. $1000 a lot,
Beautiful site, bracing air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795,
832 FORT ST.
STOCK ANP BOND BROKER.
MLMBUrt HONOLULU STOCK AND
William T. Patv-
CONTnACTOn AND BUILDfrt '
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDfrt,
AI! classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executid
Office 'Phono Blue 1E0I.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
Alexander & Baldwin
. . COOKE Manaatr
I. e. Baldwin .....President
I. . Cattle Vlca President
H. M. Alexander ..Second Vlca Pre. I
L. T. Pack Third Vie Pre.
. Waterhoueo Treasurer
C. E. Paxton Secretary
i. 0. Smith Director'
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial A Sugar Ce
Haiku Sugar Company!
Maul Agricultural Compary,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
haleckala Ranch Corrnany.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
;; Sugar Factor.
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Ce.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmra Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, SL Louis, Mo
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo F. Dlake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Ths Alliance Assurance Co. of London
Wm. 6, Irwin & Co., Ltc
WM. G. IRWIN. ..President and Mgr.
INO. D. 8PRECKELS .1st Vice Pres.
W. M. GIFrARD 2d Vice Pres
H M. WHITNEY Treasurer
I RICHARD IVCRS Secretary
W. F. WILSON Audltcr
Oceanic Steamship Co, San Francisco,
Western Sugar Reflr.lng Co., San Fran
Baldwin Locomotive W.orks, Phlla
Newall Universal Mlli Co (Manufau
turers of National Ccne 8hred
iiit), New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., B.m
f n..,.. 0, O,, I IJ
j. DICVYCl IX UUM lilU.
qiippn RTttEET. HONOLULU. T. H.
Havvallan Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Piant. Co., O' mca Surjar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co, Walluku Sugar Co.,
UnP, oVsan rVneUe. Packet..' Ch,;
Brewer A Co.'s line of Boston Packets
LIST OF OFFICER8:
C. M. Cocke, , President; Georgs
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ger; E. F. Bishop; Treasurer ana see- i
retary; F. w. iviacranane, vuaiiori r.
C. Jores, C. M. Cooke and J, R. Gait,
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO
General Agent for Hawaii:
atlas Assu-anea Comnanv of London
' "- .-..-- -.-.- .,
1 New York Underwriters' Ageney.
1 Providence Washington Insurance Co
Uh FLOOR, 8TANOENWALD BLDG
1 , Inr;iiJ r. nit I Tt
I )H. tl. IftWlN & t". L 1 IJ
AGENTS KOH TH1
Royal Insurance Co, of Liverpool, Eng.
Alliance Assurance Co. of London,
6cottlsh Union & National Ina. Co. cf
Edinburgh, Scotland. ,
Fire Association of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance Corporation, Ltd.
Wllhelma of Magdeburg General Insur
ance Company, I
HONOLIlIFiRON WOWS" I
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
, u, .irnu -....., .9-.,.lti, nrt rl.
I"".'".-"' "V ""' J"'""'..r"-.: 'Z.
, lcription maae to uruci, u.itsr wv,r.
r n.,.r--rr-, r.,r.r-o ... I ..! .11.- I
purp0,ei a specialty. Particular atten.'toi, Miss Norn Manlx, Mrs i: I!
tlon paia to job wunr, ana repairs
I ixecuted at ahorteot notice.
I P. H. Burnette,
Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public
Real Estate, Loans, Collections.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses,
"hones: Office Main 310; Res.Wh.1341.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
Ren estate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Office' Mrlntvra nidn. , Honolulu, T.H
P O BOX 261, PHONC MAIN HI
938 FORT ST.
leLHIHWraV, Ti flZZ UWA,
l vmmmmn. mmm7Z&.-un
The bark H C Allen, to loail luuilier i
foi Honolulii, arrived In IJurckn ---
l Miiber 2S '
The swell Inst night outside the bur '
was iirolti hcavi ami the lutrenlil anil
(n,c Montcicv rolled from side to utile
ii llie wcie (omliiK In
v . " fcP 1 "-' . TaTaTaTaTaY'7
The Aiir.mcl nrrhetl anil sailed S.it-li,,su ,inj uthcr vessel, except, per-
iinlaj nlRht She had mil) twent)-sW l.nps, her twin sister, the Mnrlx)sn Slie
ions or Height for this ort ami slop- ,n, t arriv0 f1()m Honolulu on Tues-
ed onl) long uiough for the ordinal: , (ij s.antl I too late to pass iiuiirantliiH,
formnlltUH and to leae nnd get mall ,) wheu she reached the whart )et,.
OIHer Scott, who has been with the tt,r,n) morning ecr)botl wnnleil to
Kas (Dinpaii) lor some time, conic! now iat had delalned her.
I itk to the Inter-lshinil tothn, liiklni) The lusspimtrs declaro that hinrl
tho plaie of Charles Hose, who hhsiiiiils (BWSl t)ihoons, hllzrards, tidal aen
thenctHcdutliHiif dcrk to Slierirf liiu-,nn, earthquakes entrd their united
The Sherman had rough weallur.
which kt pt her passetiRers In their
(.ihlus nearl) all the wa). She will
I Liiialn hire till II p in Tuesila, when
hhc will Kill fur .Manila and Guam The
Sherman will take on lioard GOO tutu
ill the coal which she left lure on her
vii) In I ho Coast, cnoiiKh lo suppl) her
fin the trip to Manila
The rm Transport Hherlilan, ar
ilcil )estenla mornliiK from San
I'runclscti ami In the nflciuoou the
Itorecrnns, with the li.trge .Muntcro),
came In fmin .Monterc). Cnl Ilotli
ships roport hcn) weather anil a long
tl p.isaga than usual on this act mint.
The Hoccrnns and the Monterc) to
gether timugut down about uU.OOO bar
uia of oil
The Ship Atlas, 113 dus out hasi,,fi,r Ilnu did not heln the liner's home
icniheil the Delaware breakw liter ac- ,w(n gres In addition to this the
cording to inliles rcccHcd line. biitjjcr a8 lighter than usual und of
got In too lulv to get u better pihci feied a good target to tho opiltloii or
than :i"i0 foi her inrgii of sugut Am- i,c elements. The passengers, how-
beruiau, the captain of the Atlas, lost
lime on account ol t lie crew of Japan
eie nnd Porto Iticans whom lie plckid
up hoic and whom he put In to Val
paraiso to get lid ol
Senile. Ian 2 C W Cook of beat
He lias been appointed P.iclfle Coast
manager of the Amcrluin-Hnwallnu
He will make
&.111 Frn11rlM.11 his headiiuurters, lcav-l
1 nig for there Janu.tr) 1G Cook luu
IlKe-n Identined with Seattle shipping
I for tltc past ten )cnrs. He wns funnel -J
I) the ngcul fur tlio line In this poll
A few da)s ago he lettirueil from an I
Inspection of Ihu new
Railroad over which tlio freight of tho
Nleamers of Ills line will be carried
'I he i'liliin Oil ComptiD's steamer
I ;"" Ma) Ml Jotenln) for
I rananin, cairlcd a targo of California
1 oil for use on the Atlantic This is
the first slilpmenl of the native piodiiel
for the Atlantic senbemid It will be
i""111 acioss the Isthmus bv the Union
IOII Coinpaii)'s lecentlv Installed pipe
I line, hv means of uhlcl. It lutiiminl
Hie imirket for California oil will bolct,r wl")s0 cllfU'iKulsheil liraver) wns
f , xtended Into a Held hltherlo closed lollcr '"adc the subject of an omclnl
(1(1 t'aliriirul 1 product fiiini lack of ' comniunlcatlon In the oindal records
,"""""'"" tr,..,K,rln.lo faciiltios.
" " " " " " " ' " " ' V A K Jt
' K ,,
n jt jt it it x h.
Per H S A T. Sherman, from Snn
Francisco, Jan. IJ For Honolulu: It.
'. Hamilton, Mis. It I.. Hamilton and
Infant. Miss Alma Co.td, Thomas Unit
'rts For 5 nam: Miss Clara Tupman,
V W Itowlo), II, Qiilnn. For Ma
nila A A. Augur, Lt. Col. 2Hh Inf.;
(iinipwrn l Fnlsou, Major 21lli Inf ;
llt'lii) I). Hl)cr, dipt. 13th Inf.; CI)do
IS Foul, Capt Med. Dopt . C A. Illicit,
. tat LI 7lll Civ.; IJ. Spclh. 1st Lt.
J Phil Scouts; .1. I llo)lc, 1st Lt Phil
, ScoiiIb, Arthur I). Iluilil, 2nd I.t 1st
Muf, (kti Jt. Sholdon, 2nd I.t. Phil.
Moots, O. F. Davis, C S War., Wal
'ti .McLean, Cmiid If. S Navy, Wal
lace II. Smith, Past Asst Sing U. S.
Nnv), IJIIIh II. Miller, 1st I.t U. S.
M C, Chester M Piatt, clerk Subs.
Dept ; .Mis C A. Ilnch, Mrs. U. Hen
I nt'tt and Infant, Miss M11I10I II Cnrr),
1 .Mis II CheiiP) Miss Cnrr, Mlsst s
Lnvis, Ml h (', 11 Duncan and hllil
.Mrs S. I. Falson, Miss Lily fliceir
Mis I, M Hnrker and daughlor, Mis
liunes Huglics, .Miss C. Saffarinns,
Mrs I, C. Scliui'i and thieo dill-
lion Mrs David II Scott. Mrs (
M Sliellon, Mrs V IJ Stollmind and
two dmiglilors, Mis. II I) Sl)ci mid
Unto children, I s Towsloy, Miss
l.ottlo Wa in, Miss Margaret Mr-
Lcod, .Mis A. J Chnppoll, Miss Lucy
Aims, Mis. It W Kosslci and Infant.
Miss Udna Kerr. Mrs. II
II llll Oil I 111 . M IB W Mcl.ntltl nn,l .Inni'li.
iiiinei, i: i . uass, who mm inuini, s.
'A DoiiIiikIou, wife mid d.iughtei ,
Miss Floioucc! Ilalhewa.v, MUs J Hove
('hallos (1 Klumi, Miss K C L)o'i,
Win Mauloii mid wife, T II McClin
tie, M. F McLIn mid wlfo, I Pelt)
olm, wlfo nnd child, Albeit Roberta
and wlfo, Miss Nolllo Stouo, Mrs W.
W Welior, F II McKeon, Miss Biunh
M Hepburn, Miss CHra L. Posllo
wait Umma Knthfuss, Mrs Wm P
Phillips and Infant, l.cun Hnftmnn
lloil Meicc'i Chus II Iluniphio), Mis
l to T (laselilne and child .Mrs
Caiman Qraj and three chlldieu I'loi
tntlno oiivor Andree M Agullar
Per CASS Aorangl, from Vic
li lift and Vancouver, Jan 12 ror Ho-
iciliilu .Mi. nnd .Mis. U. V. Welsh,'
MrH. L. It. ltnss, Miss I. Tcfft, W. J.
Je-ffers, J tl. Young, IJ Aontnl, L. I
Trottimii, Mtk. .1 i:. Harvey, Miss T
llnllhlnv. I A Honson. Mrs (1. I
i ItllllllllJ f I 4 Iviioii,
l.ilckauii anil two chllilien. Dr nnd I
Mrs S A Pnllnnl, V. H Harrison
Per Slmr V (I Hall, from Kauai
lorti, Jnn 11 Mrs Schilling, C M
Lowstoud, Mr Schilling, Master Fel
nautlcr, T llurnlnghnm, Musknholc. M
It Pillager nml 13 deck
DELAYED BY HEAVY WEATHER
The Oceanic Stciiiiishlp Conipnii)'ii
liner Alnmciln has n rcimtiitlon for rets-
ulnrlt which In one of the traditions
f Honolulu nml Is necepfed licic much
in the inniu wn ns fa the dall) appeur-
ftnre of tlnw n on schedule time When
t1L. himcda In it few hours late, which
in ilnu i,r her remitatliiu Is of netes-
Bij hcIiIoiii, It ticates moie comment
Ithnn would itajs of tardiness In tin
wralh on the trim Unci One wavo
would shoot her up lo the lop of a
water mountain, the) Mild, mid as she
perched there another wac In the Pa
cllle would take a slap at hci When
she slid Into the green alle) the Pa
cific Ocean would fall on her. KatlnR,
for tho'O whose stomachs malntnlmit
l ho g.istroiiomlciil center of grinity.
was mi acrobatic feat fraught with
peril to wearing apparel and tabic
linen To unseasoned tomachs een
the filiate tense of the orli "lo eat
vas ns a hideous nightmare
Caplnlu How dell, his ofllcers mid
members of tlio crew tell the stoiy In
two words- "Head winds" Pressed
tor details the) will admit that It did
blow prctt) hard for three da)s after
knxlng Honolulu and that tlio wind
ever. Insist that they raino through
hurricanes, Dphoons, blizzards and
I Ida! waves S I Call, Jan. 1.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS
i:i:i. ItlVHIl HNTHANCi:. CALIF.
Notice Is bctcby given that 11 Itlver
entrance buo), a PS seeond-cluss nun,
ieKirtcd adrift December 2Sth, will bo
lepiaccd upon the icsuniplloii of nav-
Igntlon In the spring
11) order of the Light-house Doaid.
11. T. MAYO,
Commander, IT S N., Inspector, 12th
San Francisco, Cal , Dec. 31, 1900.
Washington, Dec 2.! Commander
Hubert M Hi own, the hero of the great
naval disaster ul Apia, Samoa, In dead
in tlie Oarllelil Hospital In tills tit).
He wns the only American naval olll
lt was Drown who ordered tho clew
of the Trenton aloft In the nwful hur
1 icnui' at Samoa nnd mndu it possible
for the Tientou to escape a teef, con
tact with which would have destro)ed
her. As 11 was, the Ticntcm nnd her
new wcie saved
Tho Sccrel.m of the Nnv) In a tel
ler lo Iteir-Admlial Klnihcrl), dated
April 27, 1SR1, paid tills culog) to Com
"I ho llagslilp (Trenton) now without
sleam or rudder, hei anchors dragging,
tiilfted nlmokt at tho mere) of the gain
along thu edges of tlio eastern reef, at
limes not 111010 than twenty feet fiom
total dcstiuclloii lt was through thn
excellent Judgment of Lieutenant
Iliciwu, Hid navigating olllcer, that the
ship clo.tnd the leer anil the l"0 lives
011 b11.11 il were saved,
"llio manouvcr of Commander
Drown was unprecedented In tho hls
lor of seafaring Tho navigating of
ficer put Hie whole ship's company in
the rigging and the men made a living
full As It wits, the ship cleared tho
icef bv nlsiut twclvo feet."
The Tientou, with the Vnndalla and
In sin illoi ship, had been nut to Sumcm 1
In pioloct Anieilcan Interests there. 1 1 (
was at a time when Herman)' had ships
'nn the spui unci there was a feeling In I
Washington that tlio KuUor wanted1
1 Samoa and wanted It hndl) 'Unit is
I w,1 ,,lt' Anieilcan vcbhcls wcio ordeicd
'Hi loc Uugllsh ships wcie In the vl
clnlb lo see what was llkcl) to he "a
prell) low " Tlio American and Oci
man shins wcro pructicall) denied for
iietlon rend) to snap at one ttuotliei,
but the hurricane settled all that and
It hot nine a light against a mote (loudly
loo than gunpowder
Captain Fuiniihnr wus In command
"f tho Trenton Tho baud had gatheitd
I '" llll-! nfteiuoou on the quarter deck
of the ship to pin) national alls, to
heller show the Hermans that the
American snlrlt was nt the Hood,
I Within two Iioiiir uftai the whole
i heavens onenecl and threatened to en-
rulf the ships
The wnter rolled over the Ticnlou
foi ten Iioiiir hefoie liei nnehoi tables
wein can ltd nwuv 'I his hiiiuienod
ilioul the H.uni- tiiui' Hint she lost hi i I
milder and die Ftaii'd foi the beadi
v.lth a vrloclt) of nearl) 100 miles an
hour The crew wa' placed in tho poit
lIKfilug so rlOBQ together tlinn they
rested upon one iinothci und the wind
striking tlidil forced tlio vessel out In
In Hip li.iv again close to whore the
tiermnn ship Olra In)
It was Inevitable tint tlir two cs-
rcls rlionld collide nml the pcopw
lishore gnincred on uic iimcii i" m-u .
'i.irshlps go ilnwn As the Trenton
rhibcd up to the Olga, Ooi.imnnder
Ilmwn cae this older
"Set )our ensign. We'll go don
with Miing colors at all eents."
Tlie Stars and Stripes were broken
out from the slgnnl gaff and under the
direction of Commander Drown the
band came aft to ola) what was then
lellevcd lo be i requiem
When the two ships met tlio crash
was such as to break tho Olga half
way through her middle Hut I ho
American band never lllmheil, nml
even when Captain r.iniuhar called ouL
lo his men to cut nwn) tlio wrccknge.
the strains of "The Star Spangled Hau
lier'' were stllf heard nboc tho shat
tered deck of tho Itigshlp This brought
n choer from the crcv. of tlio Trenton
and the sunliors of the Vnndalln
The Trenton succeeded In clearing
the Olga and was carried hi tlio teiup
tt In the direction of her sister ship,
the Vnndalla, with which she collided.
The Vnndalla was practically sunk then
nml the collision with Hie Trcnlon wa
lenll) a blessing, In that It permitted
mure than 100 members of the Van
dalln's crew, struggling In the wnlcr,
,o climb aboard the Ticutou and In
The Oenumi government by n rlslni?
Mile In the Itclehstng tendered a voto
of thanks lo Commander Drown. It
was the lirst and last Instance of surh
fan occurrence Tlio West Virginia Leg-
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hlature two )cars after, gave Com
inlander Drown a gold sword In rcuig-
rltlon of his heroism. Tho presenta
tion wns made at Comm-iuilcr Hronn'i
old home, Morgantow n, W. Vn.
Commander Diown cnteied the navy
in the summer of 1801 He mas gradu
ated third In a dims of clnhtj.
He married nbout twenty )cnrs ago
daughter of former
'Senator Hcnn tl Dnxls of West Vlr
I glnla Mrs. Dionn died nlsiut tinea
the Bulletin Office.
cards on sale It
California Safe Deposit and Tnixt
Co, cor. California nnd Montgomery
Sis , Snn Francisco. For tho six
months ending December 31, 1900, div
idends have been declared on tho clu
posits In tho savings department (
this company ns follows: On term do
posits at tho rato of 3C-10 per cent,
per annum, and on ordinary dcposttH
at tho rato of 3 1-2 per cent, per an
num, freo of taxes, and pajnblo nn nml
after Wednesday, Jnnunry 2, 1907. Tho
same ratu of interest will bo paid by
cur branch offices, located at 153t Do
visailcro St., 927 Valencia Bt. nnd 1710
Fillmoro St., San Francisco.
J. DALZKI.L DHOWN, ,
3581-2w- Manager. '
Tho Herman Savings nnd Loan So
cloy, 520 California St., Sail Francis
co. For tho half )car ending Decem
ber 31, 190G, n dividend has been do
dared at tho rato of three, and six
tenths (3 G-10) per cent, per annum 011
all deposits, freo of taxes, payablo on
and nftcr Wednesday, January 2, 1907.
Dividends not called for nro ndded to
anil bear the same rato of Interest iib
tho principal from January 1, 1907.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tho undersigned having been duly
appointed ndinlnUtmtrlx of tho estate
of William Smith, deconsod, nolle 0 Is
hereby given to all creditors of said
William Smith, deceased, lo present
their claims duly authenticated and
with proper vouchers. If any oxlst,
oven If tho claim Is secured by inort
gago on icnl estate, to mo nt Walluku,
Maul, or with tho clerk of tho 2nd Cli
cult Court, within six months from
tho dnto hereof, or they will bo for
Administratrix of tho Ustato of
William Smith, deceased.
Honolulu, T. II.. Dec. 31, A. D. 1UU0.
3577 Dec 31; Jnn. 7, 14, 21.
HAWAIIAN HISTORICAL OOCICTY
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waiian lllstoilcal Society will ho held
on Mouiln) evening ut 8 o'clock, at tho
lllnary of thu Soelet).
W. 1). ALUXANDHIt,
3588 2t Prcsldont.
Mooting of Company H, ox-Itegulars,
at nlUco henilqunituis, Duugalow,
Thursday ovinlng at 8 o'clock
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3588 It Captain
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