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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, JULY 7, U11.
x Oceanic Steamship Company
Lt.vt 8. F.
J July 1. ,.,..,
63 first elan, lnyl, 8. F. 10 nrtt claif, round trip, Ban Franeltoo,
C. BREWER A CO.i LTD.,, General Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.,
.Strainers or the above company will call at Honolulu and (cava Ml. port
or "Lout Ilia dates nicntlo'ied below:
FOR THE ORICHT.
8. China Augutt 1
3. Manchuria Augutt 8
8. Mongolia Auguit28
For Ktneral Information apply 'to
H.Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., agents
TOYO RISEN KAISHA
Ctenmrra of the above Company
about .the dates mtiiitlontxl below:
FOR THE ORIENT.
8. 5. Nippon Maru July 18
b. 8. ChlyoM.ru August
B. G, America Maru..1, ..September
C. ,8.1 Ten? Manl... .. September
C. 8. Shinyu Maru October
Matson Navigation Company
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN SAN FRANCI8CO AND HONOLULU
TROM SAN FRANCI8CO. FOR 8AN rRANCISCO.
8. 8. Honolulan .July 8 3. 3. Honolulan. ....... July 15
8. S. Wilhelmina July 11 S. 8. Wilhelmlna .".....July 19
8. S. Lurline July 22 3. S. Lurline , ,..July31
8. 8. Honolulan Augutt 5 3. 8. Honolulan.... , ......,Augut 15
8. S. Wilhelmlna Augutt
8. 3. HYADES of this lln"tilt
about JULY 22, 1911. o A
Tor further pertUulare.'apply to '
CASTLE & COOKE. LTD..
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
FOR FIJI AND AUSTRALIA. FOR VANCOUVER.
Makura July 21 Zealandia July 18
Zealandla August 18 Marama , ,. .August IS
rnio H. DAVffiS & CO.. LTD.. general aoehtj.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
From New York to Honolulu, via Tehuantepee, every sixth clay.
Freight received at all times at the Company's wharf, 41tt Street, South
FROM SEATTLE OR TAC0MA TO HONOLULU DIRECT:
8. 8. ARIZONAN, to sail JULY 8
8. 8. VIRGINIAN, to sail JULY 20
8.8. MEXICAN, to sail about AUGUST 2
For, further Information apply to H. HACKFELD A CO, LTD, agents)
HonoluluV 1 ' ) f
. C. P. MORSE, Central Freight Agent. .
Phone 2295 Reaches
ALL KINDS oV ROCK AND 8AND FOR CONCRETE WORK,
FIREWOOD AND COAL.
63 QUEEN STREET
The B. F. Dillingham Co.
A.gent for Hawaii:
Ami Assurance Company of London,
New York Unberwrlters' Agency, ,
Providence Washington Insurance Co,
1th FLOOR STANQENVyLD, BLDd.
le not a Luxury; It Ida Nicee.lty.
utou Must have the BEST
and atnJav provided jy the famoue
and rnast; equitable Laws of Mana-
Khus'.'lls, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
' ff yeu would bu fully Informtd about
these laws, address
ficfi f a rnnvF.
. viiua-t. u vvviii,,
,Z ' , HONOLULU. T. H.
''Leuvs Hon. Arrive 8. F.
t'July 12 July 18
August 2 ,, Augutt 8
FOR SAN FRANCI8CO.
8. 8. Manchuria..
8. 8. Mongolia Augut 6
8. 8. P.rala Augutt25
s, fj. Korea September 1
8. 8. Siberia '.September 16
will call at and leave Honolulu un ur
FOR SAN rRANCISCO.
8. 8. Chiyo Maru July 21
15 8. 8. America Marui. ...... Auguit 11
E s. 8. Tenyo Maru....,....Augutt 18
12 3. 3. shinyu Maru, Beplember 8
3 s. S. Cluyo Maru October 6
CASTLE a COOKE, LIMITED,
8 8. 8. Wilhelmlna .Augutt,16
from Seattle 'for Honolulu'' direct on or
Oenertl Afc-enti. Honolnla
P. O. BOX 212
Oahu Rail way Time Table
Fur WeJanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 'JUG a. m , 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City. Kwa Mill and Way
BtatlooH 17:30 a. m, f:16 a. m
11:30 a. m., 2:1S p. m, S:20 p. .,
HUD p. hi , J;S0 p. m., f 11:15 p. m.
For Wthlava and LelleUua 10:20
a. m., C:16 o. in., J:J0 i. m, tll:lC
Arrlre Honolulu from Kabukn,VWal
aulua and Walanae 8:3S a. m..
B:.U p. m.
Arrive Ilonoliiln frn: Ifn Mill mnA
Pear! City-17: 46 a. m., 8:36 a. ra.,
-ii:us a. m, "i: p. ra., "ijzj p. m.,
E:8J p. m., 7:30 p. m.
vArrlvM Ilnnnliin fr,im Caiii.wM n,tl
Llehua :ibu. ui.tlMf ji m., E:I1
p..m, J10:10 p. ra. ,
Tha Ilalelwa Limited, a two-hour
trftl'i (only first class tickets honored),
leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36
a. ra,; returnlne, arrives In Honolulu
at 10:10 p. ra. The Limited aWna noly
at Pearl City and Walanae 'outward,
and Walanae, Walpahu and Pearl City
Dally. IBuoday Bxcepted. JSuuday
O. P. DBNIBON, K. C. SMITH.
Superintendent, 0, P. A,
Bulletin phone numbers arei
Koslutsi UUce tM.
Wllerhil ,HeeaunJaA 1
IstabHiEed in 18SI
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and TraMlerV
letters of Credit limed on
(he Bank of California and
The London Joint Stock Bank
Correspondent! tor t k a
American Ezpreii Company
and Thoi, Cook & Ion.
Intereij? allowed on Term
and Savings Bank Depoilti,
BANK OF HONOLULU
PAID CAPITAL, 1600,000
CLAD SPKECKELS A CO.
Invitei your Account 'and
of en utiifaotory lerrioa.:
Loam at market ratei. .
- Exchange and Cablt tram
fen. Traveler!' Credit and
Check! available everywhere.
The Yokohama Specie
: Bank Limited
CaplUl (Paid Up).. Van 24,000.000
Jleserve Fund Yen 16,600 00D
General . banking business
'ttansacted. Savings accounts for
$1 and upwards.
Fire and burglar-proof vault
with Safe Deposit Boxes for rent
at' $2 per year and upwards
Trunks and cases to be kept on
custody at.inoderate fates. ,
Particulars to be applied far.
I'D AKAf, Manager.
Honolulu Office, Bethel and Mer.
chums Streets. Telephone 2421
and IG31. PO. Box 1J8
TWO FORD MACHINES
Just as good as new) three seats.
One $200) one $250.
Oahu Machine Shop
301 QUEEN ANd"RICHARDS8TS.
Enrbeering and Contracting
HonM-Wiring Rjpairing SaanliM
1187 ALAXf A ST. Near Beretaiiia
A (nU uiortment, slid M"xK"
to 48"xl20", and gaugai N. If to
N- 18 joit to hand.
We do iheet metal work of til
kindi, and guarantee utilisation.
Your patronage ii solicited.
PB0MPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING
EMME1DTH A CO., LTD.
Phone 1511 145 King Street
,; I AIX KDm.
1IAEU1 I IUMHB.
AILM A tOIIOIWM.
Ineea ttrcet : -t tt sTonolata
! 2185 editorial Ttonis - 2256
business ofllee. These are the tele-
phone numbers of the Bulletin.
Start That Cement Walk Now
Till! RAND AND CRUHIIKI) HOOII SOU) HY (iS WII.I.
nNAlll.i: YOU TO CONRTHUCT A AVAI.IC AT THIS I.OWKKT
1'OH.sini.i: cost, and it wii.i. ayhah vi:m AND NHITII-
i:k crack nor ckumum: i:t rmuitna
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.,
ROBIN80N BUILDING - QUEEN STREET
Alexander & Baldwin,
oFricERs And directors
II. P. Baldwin, President
W. M. Alexander
J.1 P. Cooke.,., 2nd Vice-President
J, It dolt 3rd Vice-President
John CliiHd Acting Treasurer
E. R, Pnxton ,, (Secretary
W. O. Kinlth... Director
W. K. , t'aslle. , Director
n. N, Wlcox Director
and Insurance Agents
,.. Agentt for
Hawaiian Comnierclul & Sugar Co.
Ilnlloi Mlltrnl iVhllvillV.
I I'au, Plantation,
wnui Agricultural company.
Hawulluu b'liKnr Coinpaiiy.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Mctiryde Sugar' Company.
Knliulul Ttallroud Company.
Kaunl Railway Company.
Haiku Fruit and Packing Company.
Kaiful 'Frult.nd Land Company,
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Honolulu, T. H.
SHIPPING- AND COMMISSION MEtV
CHANTS; SUCUH FACTORS
GENERAL INSURANCE AOKNTS
Rwk Plantation Co.
1 Walalua Agricultural IV,.. Ltd.
Kobala Sugar Co.
Waltnaa Sugar Mill Co. '
Apokaa Sucar Co., Ltd.
Fulton Iron Works or St. l-oula.
Babcock ft Wilson Pumps
Green's Fuel 'Kconotnlteri.
Matson Navigation Co
',C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
8UQAR FACTORS AND COM
) ' Officers and Olrectoja!
. F. Blabop President A
'Mo. 11, Houertson
. . . .Vice-President and Manager
- VT. W. North .?. Treasurer
Richard I vers ., Secretary
J. R. Gait :.,..'. Auditor
Ueo. n. Carter .?..' Director
C. H. Cook. Olf.", Director
R. A. Cooke ...t....t.V. Mrtctor
A. Gartley . ..,, .Director
C. Brewer & Cp.f Ltd.
FIRE AND MARINE
(Itoyal Insurance Co. of Liverpool,
London Assurance Corporation.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
... 'of London.
Scottish -Union ft National Ins.
-Co. of Kdluburgh,
Caledonian Insurance " Co. of
Amerlcau'& Foreign Marine Ins.
Chas. R. Fra2ier
' T0TJB ADVMTlauUUI
Phone 1371 182 King 8t.
STANDARD. OA3 ENOINEB
Kor All Purposei
Marlhe, Stationary, Pumplnj,
. Hoisting, Etc
HONOLULU IRON WORK8 CO.
Agenta for Hawaii
Chemical Engines and
For Sale by
i, a 1 1 m
' PACIFIC ENQINEEEIN8
Consulting, Designing ajn? Ca.
Bridget, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures. Steel. Structarei. Sanitary Syi
temi, Reports and Estimates on Pro
fecta.' Phone 104S.
"mter-lslanL and O. R. & h Shipping
books for snle at the Bulletin
oBlca. EOa each. .
IN THE UNITED BTATES D1BTRICT
COURT, FOil Till! TERRITORY
THE UNITED BTATES OK AMER
ICA, Plaintiff, vh. CECIL DROWN,
Truatoea, et nl DefendanlH Ac
tion brought in Bald District
Court, and the Petition nled In
the olllco of tho Clerk of, said
District Court, In Honolulu
THE PRESIDENT OP THE UNITED
CECIL BROWN, HENRY M. VON
IIOI.T and AI.UEKT N. CAMP-
IlELfj, Trustees under the lust
Will and TeHtatnont of JAME.-4
CAMI'llKI.I,, deceuued; AUIOAIL,
W. KAWANANAKOA; KAL.AK2.V
UA KAWANANAKOA, KAPIO
1.ANI KAWANANAKOA, other
wise called KAPIOLANI KAWA
NANAKOA CAMPUEU,. and 1,1
.1U v KAWANANAKOA. minor
children of ADiaAll, W. KAWA
NANAKOA: ALICE T. MACI'AR
LANE; WALTER P. MACFAR
1ANE, husband of ALICE T.
. JAMES MACFARLANE, ALICE
EMALIE MACFARLANE and
MURIEL UEATRICE MACFAR
LANE, minor children of ALICE
T. MACFAllLANE and WALTER
F. MACFARLANE; MURIEL
HIIINQLE; HOUERT W. SHIN
OLE, husbnud of MURIEL 8IIIN
OLE; MURIEL MELVIN SHIN
.OLE and ROHERT W. 8HIN0I.H,
Junior, minor clilldrenof MUR
IEL SHINGLE and ROBERT W,
BHINQLE; -UEATRICE MARY
CAMPI1EI.L; OAHU RAILWAY
AND LAND COMPANY, a corpor
ation existing and doing business
under and by virtue or the laws
of the Territory of Hawaii; HOB
ERTW. ATKINSON and WAL-
TER F, FREAR, Trustees; HA
WAIIAN FIBRE COMPANY. LIM
ITED, a corporation existing and
doing business under and by vir
tue of tbu lawn of the Territory
of Hawaii; EWA PLANTATION
COMPANY, a corporation existing
and doing business under and by
virtue of the lawa of the Territory
of Hawaii; and JOHN BROWN,
JAMES WHITE, HENRY SMITH,
DAVID JONES, MARY QREEN,
JANE BLACK, MARTHA WIL
LIAMS, and ALICE DAVIS, un
known owners and claimants.
You are hereby directed to auoear
and answer tho Petition in an action
entitled as above, brought against you
in tne united States District Court;
for the Territory of Hawaii, within
twenty days from and after service
upon ybu of a certified copy of Plain
lilt's Petition herein, together with a
certified copy of this Summons.
And you are hereby notlQod that
uiiIlch you appear aud answer aa
abote required, the said Plaintiff will
takj judgment of condemnation of the
Isndrt clerrrlbed In the Petition herein
ar.d for nnr other relief demanded In
the Petition. 1
WITNESS THE HONORABLE
8ANFORD B. DOLE and THE HON
ORABLE CHARLES F.. CLEMON3,
Judges of said District Court, this
23rd day of March, In the yeur of our
Lord one thousaud nine hundred and
eleven and of the Independence of the
United States the one hundred and
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
"No. 75. UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT, for the Territory of Ha
waii. THE UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA v.' CECIL BROWN,
Trustee, et at. SUMMONS. HOU
ERT W. BRECKONS, Uulted
THE UNITED STATES OF AMER
ICA, Territory of Hawaii,
City of Honolulu, ss. '
I, A. E. MURPHY, Clerk- of the
United States District Court for the
Territory and District of Hawaii, do
hereby certify the foregoing to be a
full, true and correct copy of the
original Summons In th case of THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vh.
CECIL BROWN, Trustee, et al., os the
same remains of record and on tile In
the oirice of the Clerk of aald Court
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have
hereunto set my baud and affixed the
seal of aald District Court this 30th
day of March, A. D. 1911. ' ,
(Seal) A. E. MURPHY,
Cferk.of United States District Court,
Territory of Hawaii,
By F. L. DAVIS,
Anyone found trespassing or
shooting on the Waidfae or
Kahala lands will be prosecut
ed to the fullextent of the law.
PAUL R. ISENBERG.
July 1, 1911. oos-i'n
17. K. ENGMNEER OlTICi:. Honolulu,
T H , Junt, 27, 1U11. Senlid propo.xuls
fur Urtukuatir construction ut Hllo
Ilarlior, lIinwiR. T. H, will ho received
hero until 11 o'clock n. Ill , September
8, 1911, anil then publicly opened. In
formation on application to U. S. En
gineer Olllce, 401 Custom IIutiKH, San
rruucUiu, Calllornlj, or ut this olllce,
490C July 6, 0, 7, 8; Auk. 30, 31.
VKMtLt TO ARRIVE
f Friday, July 7.
Hongkong via Japan ports Chlm(
P. M. 8. S. ,
Saturday, July 8. s,
Hllo via Maul ports Manna, Kea,
Sunday, July 9.
Scuttle Hllonlnh, M. N. S. S.
Maul, Moloknl and Lanal ports
Kauai ports Klnau, slmr,
Monday, July 10.
Kauai, ports Nwau, atinr.
Tuesday, July II.
San Vrnnclsco Wilhelmlna, M. N
3nn Francisco Korea, P. M, S. S.
Wednesday, July 12.
Sail Francisco Sherman U. 8.' A
Hawaii via Maul porta Claudlne,
Kauai ports W. O. Hall. Btmr.
. Friday,, iily '14.
Knna mid Kau ports Matina Kea,
m"i ..'. M , l I. ..',
Saturday, July 15.
Hongkong via Japan porta Man
churia, P, M. 8. S.
8unday, July 16.
Sallna Cruz via San Francisco and
Seattle Arlxonan, A.-1I. S. S. ,
Tuesday, July 18.
Australian porta via Suya-r-Zealan
dlu 'c.-A. s. s. '
Son Francisco Nippon Marn( T. IC
Frldav. Julv 21.
Vancouver and Victoria Makurn,-
C.-A. S. 8. "
Hongkong-, via Japan iorta Chlyo
Maru, Jap. Btmr,
Saturday, July 22.
San Francisco Lurline, M. N. S. S
Monday, July 24,
Sun Francisco Siberia, P. M. S. S
Friday, July 28.
Sallna Cruz vln San Francisco and
Senttle Virginian, A.-H. 8. S.
San FrauclBCo Sierra. O. 8. 8.
VKSSELS TO DIPART I
Friday, July 7.
Kona and Kau ports Mauna Lou,
Hawaii via Maul ports Claudlno
stnir, S p in. '
Kntrahiiorts V: Q. Hall, stmr., .5
p. in. '
Saturday, July 8,
Auslrnllah ports Challenger, BrI
tlsh cruiser.' ' '
8an Francisco China, P,' M. 8. 8.
Knliulul Honolulan, M. N. 8. 8
Monday, July 10.
Kauai ioi ts Noeau, Btmr. (
Tuesday, July 11,
Hongkong via Japan ports Korea,
P. M. 8. 8. " - - .
Hllo via way porta Mauna Kea,
Btmr., 10 a. in.
Maul, Moloknl and Lanal ports
Mlkulinlu, Htmr., C p. m.
Kutiul (KirtB Klnau, slmr., G p. m
Wednesday,' July 12.
Hllo Wilhelmlna, M. N. B. 8 , 5
Manila via CI nam Sherman, U. 8
San Francisco Sierra, O. 8. 8.
Thursday, July 13,
Knuai porta W. O. Hall, Btmr., E
Friday, July 14.
Hawaii in Maul ports Claudlne,
Btmr., G p. 111.
Saturday, July 15.
San Francisco Manchuria, P. M, 8
Snn Francisco Honolulan, M, N
Monday, July '17.
Kauat ports Noeau, stmr., C p m.
Tuesday, July 18.
Hongkong via Japan porta Nippon
maru, t. k. k. b. b.
Vancouver and Victoria Zealandir,
C.-A. 8. 8.
Kotru and Kau ports Mauua I-on,
Hllo via way porta Mauna Kea,
stmr., 10 a. 111. ,
Maul, Molokal and Lanal ports-
Mlkahala, stmr., 6 p. in.
Kauai ports Klnau, stmr., 5 p. 111
' Wednesday, July 19.
San Francisco Wilhelmlna, M. N.
Friday, July 21.
San Francisco Chlyo Maru, Ty K
K. B. S.
Monday, July 24.
Hongkong via Japau ports Siberia
Monday, July 31.
San FranclHco Lurline, M. N. 8. S
Malls are due from the followlni
nolnta as follows:
San Francisco Korea, July 11.
Yokohama Manchuria, July 1,0.
Colonies Per Zealandla, July 18.,
Victoria Makuru, July 21., ,
Mails will depart for the followlni
mints sa fnllAiuet
San Tranclaco China, July 8.
Yokohama Korea, July. 11. '
Vancouver Per 'Zealandla, July 18;
Sydney Makura, July 21. tf
TRANSPORT SERVICft. '
Dlx at Seattle, out of commission,
Logan, from Honolulu, for Ban Fran'
Cisco, arrived May 12.
Sheridan, from Honolulu, for San
Francisco, July C.
Sherman, sailed from S. F. for Hono
lulu and Manila, July G.
Crook, arrived 8. F, Apr. 13.
Buford, from Honolulu for Manila,
Weakly llalleila f! yer year,
Have Storrrty Paauges.
Rough passages from Newcastle
Australia, wero reported by the bark,
entlne Jane L. Stanford, Captain
Poterscn,RUd the schooner Itesolute,
Captain Smith, which a'rrlved'lil port
yesterday, bringing cargoes of coal
to Hind, Ilolph ft Co. Tho barken
tlno had the worst voyage of tho two,
although tho crow of the BChooner
said they had it urclty 'had. with
howling gales rlppfng away their sails
and cold green seas taking postcsilon
of tho decks. The Juttb L. Stanford
sailed from Newcnetle seventy-live
days ago and hnd variable winds and
fine, weaiher until she reached lati
tude 18 south, longitude 160:62 west,
where n hurricatio hurst upon the
vessel from north to north-northwesl.
At the rato of eighty knots' an hour
nnd under bnre poles, the barkentlue
was driven along at a terrific speed
before tho fierce blast. It was fool
hardy to spread sail, and each piece
of canvfsthat waB put up popped and
went Into shreds. For nearly two
dayB the Bturdy bnrkcntlne was driven
to the southward by the hurricane,
end then the weather moderated.
Tile equator was crossed May 20tn
In longitude 1S7 west. The Stanford
got tho northeast trades In latltudo
u north and carried them to latitude
37 north. For the lost three days be
fore reaching the Golden Gato the ,
barkentlno experienced north-northwest,
gales, according to Captain
, ftie main event In the )og of tho
Hesolute was, a .heavy easterly galo v
encouutorPd March 30th oft the end
of New Zealand. Like the Stanford,
the schooner paid her tribute to the
elements' In ,tho shape of several
piece's of canvas. The Hesolute was.,
ninety UayB on the run. Chronicle. '" '
a , an ' u"' (l "H
New Steanuhlp Line on Poai Route.
IRTLANb, Juno 28. Articles of
Incorporation are .to be filed In a few
days for a new steamship company
with headquarters in Portland, the
capital stock being fixed at $160,000,
according to Captain Harry Kmken of
the' Columbia river pilots, who Is In
terested In tho enterprise.
The name of tho company will be
the Portland, San Francisco and Pu
get Sound Steamship Company tfnd a
steamer will be built at an estimated
cost of )22S,000 for operation on the
Tho vessel will have steel hull, sin
gle screw, with capacity for 1,250,000
feet of lumber, or 2,000 tons dead
weight, and have accommodations for.
CO passengers. It Is figured that the
atealnor can carry general cat go and
passengers from San Francisco to
this; port and then reload hero with
general merchandise as well as pas
sengers for Port Angeles, Victoria,
.Vancouver, Beningham, Kvorett, Port
Townsend, Seattle and -Tocoma every
15 or 20 iluys and .should ouough
frelglit.bo offered for 'the smaller way
ports It is proposed to stop -at those
The vcsseljs to be finished wlthtu
a year. j, ,
Oil Burner 8oon Reidy,' . ' '
Tlje first vessel of the Pacific Mall
fleet to burn oil as fuel will be the
steamer City of Para, which operates
on the Panama route. Tho Para has
been nt the Union Iron Works for
several months having an oll-hurnlng
plant Installed, and It ts reported will
be ready for service In rejuvenated
shape about the middle or July, In
addition to the Para' there will be
two other oil burners on the southern
run, as the company has found that
It Is cheaper to ppernte tho direct
freighters by 1 this method, while con
siderable cargo space Is saved as ,
wel, The Pennsylvania will be the,i
next tqiho equipped and she will b, '
followed by 1 the Peru. When the
Pennsylvania arrives here her crew
will' be transferred to the steamer
Kansas Clty'wlillo she Is laid up.
The, next Partuma boat duo here Ms
the City of Sydney, which left Manza
nllki June 18th. She la three days
late, having been 'delayed In handling
I cargoes on acqaunt of troubles along
toe wesL coast, or- tne southern re
Vessels Change Hands.
Foreign shipping advices to the
Merchants' Kxchango report the sale
or two more well-known sailing ves
sels ihat In the past have beeu Iden
tified with shipping on the CoaBt.
The British bark Cawdor and tho
Norwegian hark Prince Itobert hnve
changed owners. The Prince Robert
has been sold to Knohr & Burchard,
owners of , the famous "Bek" (leot,
whose vessels ure well-known In for
eign shipping. The purchase price
was, the largest that has beon paid
for secoud-liund tonnage in any re
cent sale, being 130,250. The British
bark! CawMor ,ls oven better known
than tho"Prlnce'HHobert. She has s
been sold to parties- In Spain for
$1G,250. Another Balling vessel whose
sale Is 'reported is the British steel
Bhlp Monkbarns, which brought 824,-2r0.i-Chronlcle.
Hurrlcan Does Much Damage.
The San Francisco, Merchants' Hx
change has been advised by cablo
that a rcceut hurrlcano did much
damago to shipping at the port of
Valparaiso. The storm continued for
over three hours, nnd there were
numerous collisions In tho harbor
and many small vessels were driven
on tho beach. Tho French .ship
Union was blown nshore and the
French bark Madeline- Is l)ng In the
roadstead in a sinking condition.'
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