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EVENING nUMXTlN. HONOLULU, T. IL, TIUmSIMY, JAN. 30, 1!KI!.
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano and
HltiBliiK. Ilnpld piogress with
thorough training. Stuillo, S70
Heretnnla St., near Alakca St. See
Mrs. Anna E. Tectzcl, soprano. The
llohnn modioli of voleo placing
Studio, Art League. Hours 10 to 2.
Mr. Jit. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders should be left at the Ha
waiian Nows Co., Young hldg. Phono
294 or cor. Alakea and Hotel Sts.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Kpjs, Music Iloxos, Sharpening ot
Flno Ciltlory. ' near Union Grill.
Home for Sale
House new nnd attractive, three
bedrooms, parlor, diningroom, kitch
en, bath, lanai, &c. j
BishopTrust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
1J7 'MERCHANT "OTREET;
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE j
ON WILDER and GULICK AVE8.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
Hawaiian Office Specially
Co., 931 Fori St,
Fresh, wholesome, and of every
Beretania, Al&kea. and Union.
For Over 80 Years
ht bfen ub
irwV tor over
rer .SIX! V
YFAItS bv MILLIONS or Uolh.ri
1NO. with perfect succeM. IT
feOOTIUJS the CHILD, fcOtTUNB
the BUMS. ALLAYS all pain,
CURES WIND COLIC, una Uiho
13 by brnisUti In every part of the
voriu. oa .ore ana iuk jor &TI.
Wlntlovf ' SootUIntfHrrupand take
no ether Hud. J6 Cenu a Battle.
On Old and Wen-Wed Remiidj
Hee Kau Kee,
NO. 1320 NUUANU ST. nr. KUKUI,
Lessons in French and Italian given
hy Mrs Amelia Smith, dnughter ot
I'rof. Swift (linguist); rapid mcth
od, ieifect accent; moderate terms.
Studio, TOG Quarry St., corner of
Umbrellas re-covered. T.
Kort St. near Kukul.
For home-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Offlce.
cor Ponsaeoln nnn Derelanla.
Yee Sing Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St.. bet. Hotel nnd Pnuahl.
Egg- BULLETIN ADB. PAY -TJ3
WHETHER OFFICE OR
HOUSE-FLOORS, need a cov
ering that is easily cleaned,
and which does not hold the
dirt. The ideal floor-covering
because it is non-nbsoibcnt,
and can be cleaned of grease
or stain by the application of
soap and water.
It cannot fade, and never gets
dusty, because it cannot hold
the dirt. It's easy on the feet.
Lewcrs & Cooke,
Agents. 17,7 S. King St.
THE PALM CAFE
Hotel Street near Fort.
' Of the money you
would save by having
your clothes made to
your measure by us.
Same price as the ready-to-wear.
Geo. A. Martin
The General Arthur
is one of the oldest cigars.
It's still gaining in popu
larity. M. A. Gunst & Co.
manufactured from pure distilled Wa
ter. Delivered to any part, of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 02a
CHOICE CUT ROSES, CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
A Specialty on Saturdays.
BEST BREAD ALL TOE TIME.
" PHONE 107.
PAINTINO. PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
Etc. P. 0. Box 014. 208 Beretania
St. near Emma. W. B. KAM, Mgr.
in the country
C. Q. Yee Hop
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Latest Shapes and
Cleaning Of All Kinds of Hats.
1028 NUUANU AVENUE.
Hats and Fans
The New Year!
113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU.
LWAYS SWELL MILLI-
Boston Bid., Fort Street.
U.H "'- ,'iii't:""vg!T.rrmaJtmjgtgwfi
ANU UTilKK 1'IANUa.
THAYER P.IANO CO.
iso noTnr. btiu:ht. "
(Continued from Pase 1)
Moil who had not tliu Htungih define
to even tnlk, now row mid waved
Ihelr nimn. The sea vai vu calm,
there una Inn illy nil) wind, nnd It
neemod luiposslblo tlim thr should
l.nt ho seen. Hut nt n Utile after S
the ship vereil on nnnthei tnck with
cut so niuili ns nil ninnmlng tlgn.il.
Captain I.nrscn, In the lift Un.it, then
tried out to Ills fellow unfortunates,
for tlii'.v vvuo mnn nnd iiiaii not mis
tcr nnd mnn, now.
"Man tho oars, boys. We ran inw
fnster than they can sail In this calm.
We'll catch them."
Hut the sailors were weak, nnd tho
icnel went faster lliau thoy lnul
thought, nnd In a tliorl tl'ii" wan lost
Then nil hope was given up Tho
men la) down In tho Bllm water In
the bottom of the boat, nnd twisted
their cramped bodies to find a moie
romrni tublo position In which to die.
Thcie was no chance. Death was
preferable to tho Intense suffering
thc weiu enduring. Grout. festcfliiK
Hues, catibcd li tliu constant appllci
tlons of salt water, eovcied their,
faces, bands, nrms, legH and v.'oio
tpre.nl till v'VC l,1L'lr '"'dies. Tliuiu
wure (nil) n few of the men who still
iitalncd their stnscs, the lest were
laving, wildly mad. These few kepi
up the work of hailing out the boat
And then one evening land .r
Mghted It waa a long wn ofr. nliotit
a half da)' Journey In the open boat.
Hut the darkness fell nnd Bhut the
welcomo shore from lew. All night
the) drifted and when the moriflng
came with Its faint llsht nothing but
the ri til of the ocoan could be seen
The currents bad catrlcd them awa
during tho night. However, nbiiut
iimui or that day land was again night
id. -anil this llmo It was re it bed. nf
tei long nud heart-bienkliiK I ibor.
Hiev landed at Ilium. .Maul, where
tbi) were taken eare ol bj the Kind
The Flrtt Officer's Story
"1 am too weak and worn out to
Inlk very much or tell n umucctcd
ktory." snbl Tlrst Ofllctr A Cameion,
whose homo Is In Nt5v York, and made
his first trip on tho Kcllpsu this tlmo
when ho Rlgncd nt Newcastle "It was
In latitude. 35, longitude 130 West,
lhat thn Bbtp first began t.i leak bad
I). We weio l'i tho trade winds, and
ns we knew wo we-o hi the light
course, we did not pay er) much at
tention to navigation, but kept all tho
men at work on tho litiiiipit Tho ship
n loided too licuvil) u tfm lower
hold, "lid not enismlilwi ciwldcks. We
worked hard, (bid knows how bard
wo winked but the pumps wero
choKctl with coal, and the windlass
wo tigged up was smashed In u gale.
The sen was rough, but tho weather
was nothing terrific Sudden squalls
of live or 'ten minutes duration
wreaked nil the hivoc necesary.
I'lnnlly wo saw thnt It was no use to
stay on tho ship nu longer. Sbo was
doomed, nnd the sooner we got nway
tho better. So we manned two llfo
boats, nud left the Kcllfiso with about
12 or 13 feet of water In her nud moio
pouring Btindlly In Wo wero out of
i-lght before she sank, but she must
b.ne dono so In a shoit time, Tho
binnller , boat, In which I and four
Kiillors were, foundered In n gale that
camo up suddenly at midnight ou our
M.cond day out It wns a. miracle
tho hand of Ond that wo wero saed.
Kloundeilng III the terrific waves, wo
bomebow managed to get to tho other
boat. In the boat that sank w-u lost n
cask of w titer, one case of bread, mid
32 tin I of canned fruit nud incut.
"It was tho J 1 tli day or January that
wo nbandone'd the i.hlp mid for six
It en long da) h and nights we suffered
In tho open boat. Wo sighted what
we wero sine was the Tort Oeorgo on
Inst Saturdii) morning, but though wo
Hew all kinds of signals uml were
within 11 short illstaiiLO of her not
inorcf than a mile she did not heed
us and tinned 011 another tuck. W
tried manning the oars anil rowing to
entch up with her, but though It was
M'ry calm uml there was only slight
wind, she steadily pulled away, nud
wo lost tier. The men gao up. Thoy
weiu weak to exhaustion. Koveial of
them wero iaitig mini, uml three ot
them had died. M (lod, It was uw
fill' "Then wo who still letalncd our
hcnscs kept continual!) at baling Ihu
boat out, for she was leaking terrif
ically If we had gluui up, thoio
would mi 0110 huc remained to tell
tho story, for It would havo takon a
cr) few nilnulos for tho boat to 1111
niul sink. Then we sighted hind 0110
t veiling, but we uuiltl not uiuko It lit
lore dink, nnd in the morning It was
out of sight. The samo day, howouir,
we again caught sight of shore, ami
this tlmo wo nirlPd Mere words will
not ghe you uii) Idea of our xiimli.
Hon , Seeing nlone with )ouipwu
vim would bo the only w,ay to convoy
nn Impression of our condition.
"I am weak, anil woiuotit, but I'll
piomlso )ou theie would be n tueri)
lime nud homethliig doing If tho own
1 rs of thnt essel Ucllpso whldi wns
bi nt out In an uiteily iiuseawoithy
uindltlou, without eeu a fit lifeboat,
were hero Theio Is already smut) tall;
of trying them for. manslaughter "
Sailor George Rolr-er's Story.
"I am pretty weak msolf, hi fact
theio was 0110 tl'ne lasting two or
lliif.i, it.i.u ,lint T li'nu ,1.1, tif nt Killlil
but I ho a mem utiouucouomutloul'1" eMru rcclul wl" Uo ehe
ami the good care we huu hail sluie
landing has biought me mouml pretty
well Hut look nt me now, strong man
that I was," anil the big sailor bared
Ids wasted limbs 011 which thoio was
hardly any llesh, the skin pinching the
bones. He Is coered fioni lic.nl to
loot with gloat, festering sores us
large as one's two lists, rauccd l the
contact continually with the suit
"We left N'ow castle on the ICtli of
September, and the ship was leaking
a little then, but that wns uuthing out
of the ordlnnr), for cer) wooden bout
leaks to n certain extent. On the -Ith
of December Wo were dismantled In
n rmtall, all sails banging out. taking
nwny foretopmnst ami mnlii degnllnnt
mast wllb nil rigging We fixed her
up again, rigging 11 new set as lift
we could, uml then we hail fine weath
er for n few dn)s, when we struck n
hurricane which knocked our bill
wurks out. Tho ssel was leaklim
llko Ii 1 111 tliu hold, nnd the water
poured out the decks, mm that the
bulwarkn wore gone. The pump
were ordered going ami for three dnj
uml nights we poor doUls winked
steadily without n wink of sletp 01 .1
moment's stop to eat
"At noon 011 January l"lh we saw it
was no use, the water kept gaining
on us, nnd we took to the boats, and
lowed away as ipilckl) us possible
Irom tho ship. At midnight on the
second day In tliu open boats the boat
which I was In ciipsircd in a sudden
siiuall, nud wo weio tin own Into tho
i.iglug bca. 'flic nearness of the big
boat was the onl) thing that s.iwd
l'rm litenco had nil e)o-for our safe
tv. You roe, tho Iwn bouts lttil to
keep together for theio was no com
pass In 1'iu captain's, boit. So weiu
nbout 37 degrees Qui til when our boat
capsized Tho cold was Eomcthlir.;
fleice. Had It not been for the hicezo
we would tcrlulnl) hau fiozui
Three men illed, a Norwegian, Pieiich
man, nnd 1111 lilslimau. The Creiiih
ina'i mid liMiiiian were both .miiiui;
fello'is gittlng the Mist tnste of the
sea bin the Norwegian was an old
mnn who had been at sea all his life
"We wero nil vcr) nenrl) slaned,
mid were furnishing from thirst all th"
time. Two liUcults nud a drop of wat
er each day was what we 1 ubslsted
on. We wero Act with "ot onh the
spray that kept coming over the side
of tho boat, but nlso with Uie .t.i
thnt poured In tlnniigh tl.o rotten
bottom of the boat. When we left Hie
ship wi) wero u little mi" a thousand
miles from tho mainland, uml about
-..-' f 1 0111 tho nearest Island We n
tolved to keep In the track of the lln
ers Unit run between Honolulu mid
I'llsco, but tho ciirielitu soon carried
us far out of our no). Last Saturdii)
we sighted a fourmnstci burkcntlnc
nud flew u signal or distress limned
Inteli It was about i. 30 when we
first saw tho vessel, nnd we holster
our )ollow Hag with n black ball ii
tlie center II) 8 o'clock, tho osiel
which wo took for tho Port fieorge,
was about a inlle nwpy fioni us nnd
wo sent up frantic signals, but they
were either not teen or wero not heed
ed. It was.calni weather and the cup
tain onleicd us to the oats, nnd witn
our feeble stiength wo tried to catch
up wllh tho icbbcI. Shu mon pullet,
rut of sight, however ami heiy my
heart heomed broken 1 gine uu en
tlrel) wekome-tl denlh wmitetl It,
nu thing to relieve mo from the In
tense pain that 1 was nmlei going,
Think or It! Wo could gel no rest
whatever. .'Fourteen men In a little
boat cloven, I mean, for tlueo of
them had gone to Davy Jones' locker
hy this time ernmiK-il up In nil sorts
of condition. The boat was always
half-full of wiitc. uml wo hud to lie
In It. A p.ut of our bodies was nlwnvs
In the wnler. Tho men went cinr).
I wns erazv, didn't know a thing for
two days after the vessel hail fulled
lo rescue us. Tho Captain wns out of
his mind for tovernl days nil ilurliu
tln loughest pait of tliu tilp, nud he
talked about Ihu nlco things he saw,
what a guol tlmo he was having, how
smooth the water was, and how hi
wns euJo)lng himself, until wo were
driven almost fi antic.
"At I o'clock 0110 ufteruonn we
hlghtod lund, but tho bbickncsj or
night came over us too ipilckl), and
wo weio still left in Hie open sen. In
thu morning nothing was lo ho Seen
except water, water evcrywheio. We
Lighted laud again during tho tlay, hut
weio nil In unit couldn't row. V
just la) III tho bottom of tho boai
nciuly dead. Iiter on wo managed
lo got In nearer shore and finully
landed , Got), It was 1111 awful tilp
"The threo men who passed awn,
all died laving eruzy. My nmuu is
(leoige Itohier, mid my home Is In
(Iciniuuv. I signed 011 the Kcllpxe .it
New cast lo "
Tho names of thu surviving men
tiro us follows: Captain l.ursen, Max
Hiss, tlioigo Itohrer, Andiow II111
land, I'rnuk Mendeson, Charles Mills
Albeit llniiscii, 0. M. Ilrown, and 1 1,-1
illicit Hurt. The most of them mr
foielgnurs, several nations being rep
lesenled Thoio nro Swedes, Norweg
luus, rienelimnu uml (lei mans on the
boat. Tho Kcllpso wns all Aineilenn
vussol, and bml been In tommlssliui
lor n long period of )ears The ssll
ors claim that the grub given them
uml the ticiitment accorded to somotm
Is much bettor 011 foiolgn ships than
on Aineilcmi vessels
Kilbelll.'s plavlne tin Ills large au
dience In tho Van N'osa thentm and
The Little Ads. with
I'nrt Hawaiian of fair address and
Intelligence, foi ilr-rK. good op
portunlt) for the light man Ad
dicss this olIUc, '.Man." 38'Jl-tf
Clsan vlplng s$ ut tho DuUclIn of
l.nrgo Iiottso on llcretnnla St. uoit
to Queen's Hospital; rent very
cheap. W. V. Chamberluln, Ju'M
roiir-rootn cottage, suitable for bath-
dors quarfeip lill, llerctnnla.
Two front furnished rooms,
Silver wutth nnd pin, tietvvcou the
depot uml the rishmaiKct. I'lnd
cr ldease it turn to llulletln ofllco
and reielve lewaitl. .I!l()7-lvv
In l'alatna. all-white, ti-months-old
fox-terrlei : nit tall, gieen leather
inllnr. ltewartl If letuinetl to this
X pointer dog, vvL'Jlo and liver color.
Itetiirn to Turn lllnff. City Moat
Co ; $S rovvuul. 3S83-1U1
A bul)'s watch Owner tun have mi
proving propel tv and p.i)lng for
this not bo VllllKllo, Kukul Street
hiuk stunt! 3910-lW
billid.i) - Hlcycle Tor Infoi innMon In-,
(June 111 iniiieiiii ouice oniu-nv
0 BASKETS 0
New line of South
Sea Basketry. Lauhala
Hats, Pans, Loulu
HAWAII & SOUTH
SEAS CURIO CO.,
A. Young Bide.
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
We Have in Stock
Wright & Ditsou
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
NEW 1.1NH Ol'
Sanitarium Food Co.'s
J. M. LEVY & CO., LTD., Phone 7G.
WING CH0NG CO.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL ftp, A. N. S.nCla.P
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses, hasraovedliisofflcestoHotclSt.be
vir. VAn All vinds nf mA nnd tweeii Alakea and Richards Sts. (witr.
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
Smoke EI Palencia
the mild Havana cigar.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO,. LTD.,
Alexander Young Building.
Scalp Treatment. Facial Massage.
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
1156 Fort St,
Sanitary Steam Laundry;
Bianoh: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
C1ER SERVICE. PHONE 301
FINEST COLLECTION OF CURIOS
in the city at
Next to the Orpheum Theatie.
Repaired and Thoroughly Overhauled.
SXFERT TUNING A SPECIALTY.
, GEORGE L. L1NORD,
Ofilcc, Wall, Nichols. Phone 2G1.
(lie Rig Results
( FOK SALE.
TOURING CAH FOR SALE.
(iwlng to tlopirture, ni) ' Tourl '
tinning tar Is foi sale: cni Ix fot
h cqilipptll wllh top, w In 'I
t hulnx, spare tires (31, spcim
tin 1 in, k iiiitnlns, &r , uml K in
gti'id running order Will k, II it
a bill gain Appl) to IZ. V. HMmii
Jo(i ft s-In eust-lron sewwr pipe. I
.ill-topper Truax sterilizers tin lin
ed. 1 nll-i-oppor vvnter still, tin,
lined: 1 all-copper 40-gal. steam
Jacket kettle, 2 nil-copper vvu'h
bollf rs Kinmeluth & Co , Ltd ,
Ui King St : Phone 211.
Corn) stone uml nil other building
material tontiilned In that old 1 or
al building situated on Niiiikiiu
St., corner of I'.iu.ilil St Purchas
er to remove same within Mxty
ila)s. "I. ," this office 3007-lvv
1'lnn corner lot In Mnklkl. Curblnn,
water, fruit and ornamental treei
nnd all Improvement. Two min
utes' walk from cars nnd Puliation
College. Add roes It. 1'., this ofllcr.
A few pure-bietl vouug Huff Orping
ton roosters for sale Also eggs Tor
sotting. Address I'. O llox l'i 1.'
liue, Knunl. 3ju'.i-lw
i00 Oil CASH 2D0 x 3no ft. 9-mmiiii
liouse. KalmuKI Aildiess llox li .
this office :i'.l (19-1 hi
neef cattlo for itf' t Kohuku. HawalL
Apply Col. Sam Nor.''- Walohlru
White I'ekln ducks and cgV ',,n
Kmilli Klnc St :,U0C-tf
Let the soap do
Hana Made in Honolulu.
F. L. WALDR0N,
Wilder & Co.
Dr. Humphris). Hours: 8:30 to 10
a, in.: 4 to 5 p. m.: 7 to 8 p. m. Sun
days by appointment. Tels. 377 or
385. Res. 1384.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
Phone Main 147
lionoiuli! Clotiies Gleaning Co,
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
EAGLC DYEING AND
Kort Strcot. rnon t7&.
For Expert Repairs on Bicycle, Mo-
tsrcycle, -Automobiles, etc., call on
J. B Santos,
Back of Peter's,
PHONE 361. UNION ST.
Ohis Cdrd Wood
HONOLULU TIRE WOOD CO., 98
Kinc St. and Hotel and Smith Sts.
Tel. V'liite 1GD0.
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