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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU,' T. H., TUESDAY, JAN. 30, 1912.
' Oceanic- Main!.
v lied Cross,
llnunlliin- ililnl Picric.
M vltltlnr numbim ol ts.-jrd-r
r cordially Invited to
attend Meetings of locl lortgM
City Transfer Cd.
JAS. H. LOVE
.Meet mi tin
'.'uit iiml llli
Jl inula i nf
it lv. I'. Hull
;::ki r. Jl.
HI JlchlM,i:V MMKIi:, .NO. S
k. if r.
l MwlH I'VITJ 2llll llllll lt.1l i'lltlll-
KiSiyiliij evening lit 7:30 (.Vinci; In
5?7K. of P ll.UI, tnr. Fort mid
'w Itcrcluiila VIsllliiK brothel f
iordlall 1 11 It iil to annul.
r. r. kii.iiey, e. c.
I!. A. JAl'OUSON. K. It. S.
tiAiic i.oniii: M). i, k. nf r.
Meets every first ami tlilnl Frl
Jday lit 7:30 o'clock, Pjtlilan
I Hall, turner Ileretanlu una
l'nrt Btitcts. Visiting brotlicr
cordlnllj Invited ti) attend.
S DECKER, l C.
O. HEINE, K. or It. h S.
iioMH.n.r i.iiiKir, tut,, it. r. ti. 1:.
v . Honolulu l.odi;e No. Clfi.
TK. I'. O. Elks, meets lr
X&r tlielr hull, on Kins St.,
near Fort, every I'rld.iy
evening. Visiting Broth
ers are cordially Invited
i). r. u. isenheug, k. it.
i:o t. klfegel, sec.
imv.ui. Titiiti: Ml. 1, I. (I. II. Jl,
"GO THE LIMIT" 18 ORDER FOR
PACIFIC MAIL FOUR NEW LINERS
Floating Palaces, Which Arc Predicted Will Far Eclipse Any
thing Ever Sailing the Western Ocean Kilauea Late in
Arrival Mauna Kea departs for the Big Island Nor
wegian Steamer Gets Coal and Sails for Australia Ma
rama Delayed By Bad Weather.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
a in. 'it in
1.9 III l fta.
3..1 J Ul
3 1 3-W
1.1 I SI
cu r si
full innon February
9.13 e.r.l 5M
5 .M 0.3; w
ai to 58 .rA sts
at 1:27 p. in.
n It'll in oao, hit
11)111 II. 35 SM 5M
I30-, III A3 HIV IB
PASSKMIKHS AH,ntVK j
line between (l(ilwiiy and Trcinssy, nmiro sull-tfllo vessel should nri" cnior- ..
nr.iv imri In ihn Island mlonv about KCncy arise. As the Warren Is n I
n n,ii. imm qt Tnhns:- .n 'PHSO transport, being about' two- t- T"T
I n lT.h!," trNPwfnnndlnnl 'nil ..8 ' 'untll'SO f "lc Tl,1"-"' nr Pcr S' S" MoB0,la. from 8a" rtt"
lor a 1onR time the, Newfoundland gherm t ,, c ,,, ,)f c4rrylu-; d9C0i Jnu. 30-Mr8. Sue :.. Adams.
aumormes na-c uccn comi.ai.niK ,,, 15i)0 .,,, ,, m,mbcr of ,; R bMi MrBi w Hrtilti-, Henry
about tbo Inadequate rommunlcatlon norKes tuny also bo carried on tho nroadlmral, V. H. Drookg, Mrs. 1'. n.
betwen the mother cauntry and biT eBel. ' ari, n n nrnwn. Jr. Mm. n. 1).
.oldest colony, niul In till connection The Thoniaa was not expected ti uowtl jiol.ind Brown ' James M.
11 is pomiru oiu mai u ,uu luuritia "" ""m mii " " "" - n.n iP, inmpn iinrna Mlaa
. . . ii, r i,i. . i.. ii, ii i,i ai,in in Hums, airs, janies m, innn, wuaa
"t'.o the limit "
'Theies nothing too rimhI Tor the
Such Is declared the hIosiui that has
jtono (n Hi fioni tho "hlsher-ups" In
I'.icltlc Malldoui, when mdors aiu
ilneed for the (onstructlon of four
iii-w lovliitliiiii liners, which uic ncn--rally
supposed will ro Into cuiimls-
ilon with tho opening of Panama Ca-
'Kipilppod wllh a srlll, chlldieu's
iln Kictiniil, oU'ntiii8 fur patsenm-v
mil bass ice one declt ilvtotoil I'.
I. ills, a poriiianent salt wnter swim
inlus taux, gymnasium, fans In all
moms, a Hjrtcm of'electilc hcalli)'.',
peifcct cntll.itlon mid a l.iuntliy, lh)
... I,..nlrtn 1.ilt ll.li.L. tiw ttlilr.li
. . ' i. r, ,..i ...,.... i i before shu put Into the ha,cti sourI:
iiuiiin ii, v iititt tii.iiit',1 .,,.. ..ti.. it. . ... i . ,, .. , , , .. .
m .... ..,.. .1,.. .n.o.1 ,.inr k, ,le. "' all Capo lloin-bouml vessels that
rlaro.l oao olllcer of th U c inipany
.t It n .llunit.u-.nit I It Ik Mntt' ulllnu ti I ( It fl.
linn i(irv iliflvu -.11- iiw i ! im " mi .
. , - 4U .. , t i ... J.uniiicr m Imlwaiks
M.I, the arrival of the Mon8olla tlil.J " orol1 "m,81 1,,ht, .wkhw"
..,,, and iIsbIiie daniiiRcd and the cars i
Tho new llneis will icproscnt tl'.if
I tut it ,,rl I,, Mil., nl,.llln fl f.f, 1'tll
-r ....... ..;.'.:,'.:..., i..; jwmui, whne you wan.
. . ... ....'. ".I Tim loMitutlon thioiiRhoiit Chliiu
has awakened iiuotlicr new ludustn.
and n money making one at that
the Oilcnt at lUo o'clock this even
ing, taking :i number of passengiri'
fioni this isirt.
Bark NUuanu Is In Bad Way.
The well Known bark Nuiianu vn
In cry bad way at the tliuo of iliv
partuic of tho Pacific Mall liner Mon
golia (loin San Francisco. If tho Anic
ileal! balk Nimum, which put Into
I'oit Stanley, rnlkland Islands, In
distress several weeks ago, uor Rett;
started again en her Miyago fioni
Now York to Honolulu It will be inly
niter an cieiidltiiro of a considerable
sum of money ror rounds and after
eernl mouths spent In putting tho
.easel In scnwoithy shape again. The
Nuuanu must hue had n trying time
Ti'inpcrutures li a in, 72; b n in,
7.1; 10 n. m., 74; noon, 75; inoriilng
ltaroinctcr, 8 u in., 29M: nbnluto
humidity, 8 u in., C.O.IO grnlns pcr cubic
foot; relative hiiinldlty. 8 a. in, C'J pcr
cent ; dctv point, 8 u in , K.
Wind 0 ii. in., cloclty in, direction
SW ; 8 ii. in, eloclty 1.1, direction
SW ; in ii in., velocity 22. direction W.J
iKiiiii, cloclty 23, direction W
Itnlnfiill during 21 hours ended 8 a.
in , OJ Inch.
Total wind movement ilurlug 21 hours
ended at noon, 281 miles
WM. 11 STOCKMAN,
Section Director, It. S Weather nureau
inn afoul of kccio weather. Tho re
i port stntes that SI feet of the wlud-
Meets every 111 si and third
Tuesday of inch month In
riutenilty Hall. I. O. O T
building Vldlllng brothers
coiillally Invited to utteiul
1IKNIIY A. ASCII, Sachem.
I.OHIS A. PHHUY, C. of II.
iio.MH.n.r akiiii: u, r. o. e.
-jjj) Meets on second and fourth
AmS'C Wednesday evening of each
month at 7.30 o'clock, In
San Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, neur ICn.it a Visiting In others
are Invited to attend,
I' IlllUllNS, W. 1.
WM. 0. Mi COY, Secy.
or each cabin Is one of hundreds ..I
toutuie to bo Incoipointed In the co.i
atructinu cf these vessels.
Two ivclpmcntlug engines and one
turblnp will serve to dilvo tho new
steamcis through the i-eas at ii scv
"iitcen knut speed. They will bo able
to better than this, but Hint speed N
lelleved will conilderably lower tho
time between Sau I'ranclbco mid Ho
i'il ul n at least.
Kvcr.v thing that will seno to add to
the cuiufml of trans-I'aclllc pjsicn
--'oi. has been featuicd.
Tho big (lining saloon will seat 350
.nsscnseis. Thcio vessels arc to eo
.S.'i feet In length, 75 feet In wldt1
and will, however, ill aw a 1 1 1 II c loss
ban the Mongolia and the Munch'i
rln. The) will bo held down to a
menu draft of thirty feet
One featuio of mine than usual In
tercst for llnnilulti Is tho statement
that the vessels w'll havo a lefrlger
itor cnpai.lt cf a thousand tons. That
the steamcis me to engage, extensive-
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Special Cabin 1" Jlcrclinnh'
.,. sporumen vvo vts.ted the Island l",,;",",'",, '' ' l" M ry K Burns -Mr. 11
:.t year scarcely 100 were KhbIU... J "MJ -l'rt Ian on R
rhe passage could easily be covered i . , Oeorgo n. Carter, MIsb
The passage could easily be covered
In about three days, as the distance
Is not more than 1,700 nautical miles,
fleorgo M. Carter, MIsb Pllocbpi Car
ter, Geo. U. Chnmplln, P. F. Currnn,
Mis. M. U. Davis', Miss A. B. Davla
Superstition of the Sea.
Thn Mntminn. nf Ibn lliiitVtnt.,1 itnn
and onco pasiriigers land 'at Trcnaasy f Htcaincrs, which" nrrlved In Cnl- M. Pcan, Mrs. Mary K. Dougherty,
tncy can go y ran to any pnri or cutta recently, and berthed tit Klddcrs Mrs. H.H.' Douglas, K. A. Evans, Mrs.
Canada or the United States with only poio docks, appcara to hnvo bornoOut k. a. Kvans. Master Horace P. Bvans
six hours at sea, croslns from tltelU'o superstition of the sen that tha Mis. 1) 11. Finch, W. K. Fitipnlrlck
western coast of Newfoundland to Syd- ',(,.!J11' f J ca " ho!lr1 ls Invariably M, .(.nne Kurd Mrs. F. M. Obb?.
ney. Cape Ureton. - VyX & Vn"", T", t Tf'
On this side tho scheme provides for'va, of tho Btcamor a'cnt accidentally' Mls'' V- 9- a.r,ln,,'' ' ' .W".l'l- '
train ferries between Holyhead nnd f0n ni0 the hobl mnl wan kilted Net C. Hamilton, P. Hart. IS. HIMebrand
Kingstown, a thort railway 3 mlloi day two sailors belonging to tbo ca,
long connecting the Irish Midland sys-isel were arrested ori a charge of mitr
tent Willi the ptoposed new harbor nt
(lalway, whero accommodation Is to be
provided for the largest liners afloat
or likely to be built.
Crimping 1'c.l ul Newcastle.
Crimping ls nllcged as an every day
occurcuio nt Newcastle, N.'S. W. The
arrival of fielghters at Honolulu with
in the past few months each bearing
cargoes of Australian 'coal for local
Importers have borne ottt this declara
tion w lilih has been in ado before tho
head of the Newcastle Trades and lav
bor Council, Mr. Dacey. This official
Is reported to have said that he was
fully seized with the Important e of
iler. Later on, U lighted k,croseno oil
tamp was upset over n bale or onknm,
which (illicitly caught fire, but It was
extinguished soon. Next morning the
wire tacklo, holding n derrick boom,
Clin I1lwwl mill ilnnMl nimn f tin ilnednV
Willi n crash seriously Injurlng-wo I-nl"'' '- I-nndreth, Miss Annie 11.
men. who me not expected to recover. i I.nndrclh, Mrs. Ida M. Lawrcncpi I.
Mrs. K. Ulldehrnnd, C. W. Hill, M. I..
Holiirook, It." D. Holt, U J. Hodge,
Mis. U J. Hodge, Master P Hodge and
nurso, Dr. S. Fosdlck Jones, Arthur
D. Jones, Mrs. Arthur I). Jones, Mrs.
Henry Jonort, T. Klnnoy, Miss' Angc!
Kinney, F. Koch, Mrs. F. Koch,.J. C.
TiicmI.ij, Jniiiuir) till.
SAN FltANCISCO-Snlled, .Innu. 30.
1:30 p. m., S. S. Nippon Maru for
SAN FltA.VCISCO Arrived, Jan. 30,
2 a. m., S. S. I.urllne, hence Jan. 23.
SAUNA CUUZ Arrived, Jan. 27, S.
S. Alaskan, from Kiihulul, Jan. 12.
SKATTLIC Sailed. Jan. 28, S. S. Mls-
sourlan, for Honolulu.
When tho Porsln, of tho Pacific Mall
line passed through Honolulu an oiu
cer had on display u variety of bill
of new design that havo been auth-
oi lied by tho leaders of tho republic
The Canton (lovciunicnt has estab
lished In Hongkong a factory for tho
manufacture of paper curiciicy of tha
denominations of $."(), $10, (5, ?1 and
50 con s. It has been decided to pro
duce paper money to tho extent of
l.l.oiio.f'iri dollars. Rovernoi-Oencrul
Chan has appointed Mr Chan Chlk-u
to be Hie Superintendent of tho Pa
per-money Factory. Mr. Young Sa:
ligani the Assistant Superintendent
nnd Messrs, Chan Wing-sin, To Ts.m
Tnl nnd Young Clio Yung their as
Last of WllksdVn Immigrants.
Tho last of the eighteen hundred
nnd flftv Portuguese and Spiulsh Ini-
mlurants. to the number of Ihlitv-flvn
y 111 the tianspoitatlon of men's and woio released from quarantine, tu
ither peilshible pruvlslons Is declai- il.iy. according to tho orders of Dr
IMwiird Harle, the noted Psychic ot
ban I'mnclaco, who for over twenty
years bos bctn prominently Identified
with theSplrltuullhts'socU tics of Amer
ica, Is In Honolulu and will demon
strate, psychic phenomena, etc. Spirit
ual ndvlco on nil matters given. Dally
10 to 4; evenings by appointment. Tel
ephone 3913 or nt reslditiee, 782 Klnau
street. Urnnil Sennco every Thursdny
I've.', S liVloik. t090-tf
Importer Fort St
ed it certainty
Tho liners uro to use oil as fuel and
supply depots uro now under conald-
Completing olio of the loneliest
tripe In a long experience, Cuptalu
Motion was nioie than delighted to
ionic alongside Alakca whuif with hU
command safe and sound mid no diuii
jgo lesulllng from piactlcally sovon
days of buffeting fiom tenipcstuous1 as they seo fit.
seas. A suuthcjly g'llo prevailed ' rs
which kicked up a heavy sea. Tim All Matwn Steamers Install Marconi,
the barkonllno Irmgard from Mnhu
kona to Ban Frnnclseo. Captain Pago
Is reported to have been hovering oft
tho (loldeii Oatc-for four .lavs because
of baffling winds. Tho vessel sailed
fiom Maul with sugar ballast only.
Jli'iina l.oa llrought Sugar.
Klght thousand sacks sugar was
brought to tho port from Hawaii In
the Inter-Island steamer Mauna l.oa,
nn arrival nt Honolulu this morning,
The vessel also returned with somo
packages of sundries: The Mauna
I-oa look on sugar at Mahukonii and
on tho ictiirn voyago moderate
weather mid northeast winds pic
Marama Celay Precumably Because of
Tho Canadian-Australian liner Ma
ra m a, from Sydney by the way of
Auckland was Jo have urrlvcd at Ho
nolulu on or about ten o'clock this
The delay In the appearance, of this
vessel off the port has been the Deci
sion of sonic speculation on tho part
of local shipping men because of tho
nbsenco ol vvlicle.su repoits. Tho Mil
inmn was last heard of fiiim Suva
tailing from llinr port on last Tues
day morning, T. H. Davles and Com
pany, tho local agents for tho steam
er, s'ale tJi.it no wireless messages" of
any kind from this vessel have been
iccclved. It Is expected that the ves
sel will show up some tlmo this after
iinom The steamer carries British
mallu and will lecclvu a veiy prompt
dispatch and will not icnuiln hero for
MILTON & PARSONS
Lateit Styles in Shapes and Trimmlnni
PANTHEON BLOCK, FORT STREET
THE VERY LATEST IDEAS IN
Millinery Parlers, Boston Block
1027 fJUUANU, STREET
.Motimtlla burknrl tbp uuollu ullil'm! Inl
within sight of tho Islands,
Puiser Jeiomo vouched tho Inform
tioii that the Honolulu passengers
Included 139 cabin, 12 second class and
I .Inpunese In the steerage. The
tlnniigli list who will continued tho
voyago to tho Far ICust number 1UI
Hist, 21 second add 195 thlid class
During tho brief Btny of tho Mon
golia at tho poit, ICfi tons general
caigo will hi dlschniged Including us-
mii.ciI merchandise, ami supplies such
js fruits, paper, tolmcco, pianos, feed
shuts and 2 mitos,
Tho .Mongolia Is well laden with
supplies for tho army nnd nuvy sta
tioned In the Philippines and an ex
tended call will bo made nt Mitnllt
Tho pi.stolllco received 381 tacks of
later mainland mall
One Chinese, named Low Suey, died
Cm I Itanius head of tho Federal iiiiur-
nntlno station. Tho Imflilgiants icp
lescut the llnnl batch of persons who
vveio detained beeauso of Infectious
Illness having been found among their
Thcbo people- wcio transported to
tho Tonltorlal Immigration shed and
... . .. . . . . . . - ..
auer imvinc uccn iuskini ny inc unu-",mn ti.m. nm imnru t.. iIKm.,..-
. Ct.., 1 1... ..il.... ....! 1.1. . I - " " v-.....
.,..?. it ... r ,lcarBo. Twentj-flve passcngera ,
the will be a llbeity to take up wink ., ll()(lk. .. Vllll 'llvol. .,, lllo ,,
Japiincdc After llriix.illau I'rade via
It ls an ambitious lampnlgn for ex
tension that Is to bo Inaugurated by
tho Nippon Yusen Kalsha the great
Japanese strmnshlp line according to
planB mapped out at the half yearl
meeting of that company held at To
kyo last nMiitli. At this tlmo Prcal
dont Hondo of the company in ail u n
siccch dealing with a new scheme
which had been undertaken, llo ok-
plalnod that the company had set aside
a sum of YI.Quo.OQO for tho extension
of Its servkes and tho Improvement
of steamers, and that tho.iompany
Philippine Government Would Pay
The Philippine government Is out
nflcr a better steamship scrvlco con
necting' tho nrchlpclago with the ciast
of China ami Japan, With this end
in view Commissioner Charles 11. El
liott has Issued the following state
ment rcgaidlng the possibility of es
tablishing a subsidized Illio of stcam-
ilm in.iitrr wiminv.,,. nn.-,, th- nn... crs to ply between Kolio and Ma-
cmnicnt possessed would bo exerclne.H!!,,,l'V..,"l,V'i?K,',rl0."ml C.St.1 aiV' xiV
to put n stop 9 the practice of "crimp. ,,.,,''; V , ,"' ?' f"'r ?" ,..,ZV,
Ing." He promised that nt tbo 11 wt would proved of gicat advantage to
opportunity he would Introduce n bill tho commciclal Interests of the Phi-
to deal with the trouble. iipplnos,
Mr. J. llruntnell told the Treasurer I "" ls I'ollcvcd a leclprocal advan-
tbat there, wm n nun In Moivrnvtio InR0 i Japan would Interest the Jan-
who, after calling for a glass of lier!"nl"0V5I,,T.llt'.11.1.10 """ ."'
at a hotel, rcmembere.l nothing more UiuTch couhi bo 'used for subsiding
until ho found himself on a Norwegian such a line, tho Philippine govern
bark two days out from Newcastle nient would bo ploasod to hear fiom
He had been "crimped" and wa3 nowjnny steamship company which desires
In Ncwcastlo waiting for the man who'1" Pslnullt.li such scrvlco nnd knows
"crimped" him I terms iiSou which a scrvlco could bo
Mr, F J Clarenie secrclnrv nr ibn1 """erinKen. n m possililo mat the
ttw ,w! 1 Phlllpplno Legislature, were the offer
Wharf laborers Union, tald men on-i nttreilvn ,ni.i, nn.i.tn.i .... -i.
Raged In "crimping" were In constant tract of subsidy, or1 a'giiaranteo of a
touih with tho masters of ships. Fro-' minimum business which would result
qnentiy the men engaged to work cargo n seeming this service."
did not.get the pay they were entitled ,
to, and he had known of men engaged Whaling In New Zealand.
for wlnrf laboring Work at 10s a day! During the recent cruise off the New
only receiving 2s a day. Tho balance "'""d k'.ikI m the Terrn Novn, Mr.
was divided between the captain and V . Ji ' '"'T'1 l "' V"1""1" Mc .i
tho "crimp" .AntuHlc expedition, made ii thorough
fnvestlgntlon cnnccrillng tbo typo of
M " ' " '" whale caught near tho shores of New
Mi'nmcr .Strninlcil In the Solomons. .calami, mid for this purpose he left
Tho steamer .Mlndlnl, of Hums, Phllp the vessel at Wliiingiiinumu. Mr. I.lllle
and Co.'s line, ran ashore on a coral Rvo n reporter some Information re
reef on her cruise through tho Solo- gardlng this work In t hciinrtb. He
mon group. She remained hard and ""I that hfter leaving the Terra
last for three days, and then floatel Nnv" l,n H,"nt n mo""' "' Jnggcr arid
The Mlndlnl arrived at Sydney hav- 0m)k'M wlMl1'"5 "tutlon, Wbangamumil.
Ing ome dlreit from the ,lands and Ji'trH"',1"" l" J" Vrr' U,t': ,,,,,t
r-,.,,,,1,, v i . ... nevertheless Its kcopo of opcrat ons
Captain Voy made a report of the ui. , ,,,, to ,' num,,ir of ox.
...m-m io u,c uwiicis. u appears tliut limistlvp Investigations. The species
Hie vessel SlrllCK Cn n reef Off Jllindl rnnturnl urrr. Ilin Ilnlnon,, Au(r,,lnu
village, Island of Vella la Vella. The nd the' Megoptcra (l.onglmana). Tho
mishap occurred about 3 o'clock in fnrnier were iilnumt Identlcpl with thn
tho morning The vessel was held I'lRht vvhiile found in thn North At-
flrmly forward, and It was found ne- m"'r' ,"l, "rr' not very proiltnblo to
ccssary to lighten her For three day3 "' AH ""' r """ or l"vr" n'"""1
nil bnn.ls n-nri, ,nn,j .i,if.i ' worl ln 'he vicinity of Campbell Isl-
..i. ....... ., . . . " -' iinil". Messrs. Jnggcr and Cook were
7. Bf . ' C.fi0 "" r' ""' '"'"' " l'"'" "tcnas. nnd as
ons of coal were moved, nnd thus It remit they were turnlns their unen
lightened tho vessel came oft the reef. Hon to tliu Megoptcru, which whs
The pumps vvcrp sounded nnd It was known to lnliul.lt thn const line moro
found trial the vessel was not leak, frequently. The nntiirnnpteru, which
Ing. Tho Mlndlnl was proceeding to ,U,K "" fastest whale iilloat, Its speed
l.coparo nt tho tlmo of thd accident hol"K nntM" "P '" 1 knots, whs
snd she sulucqiicntly complete'.! her wc" knnwn '" ",0 Northern Hcmls
,i. ,i,i. .,. .. ... . l.heie, mid ns veiirs rolled by wus In-
rv .......iR.i .!. Kiu.... ,u niin,;i j, , u , ....
.Mai eonl system of wlicless Is rap
idly being Installed on all Matson
Navigation steamers. Tho Withol
mliia heio nnd to sail for tho coast
tomonovv morning was fitted with tho
new appaiatus befoio leaving tbo
coast, The I.urllne is llkowlsu
equipped and now It Is said that tho
Ilyiules, Hlhinlau mid Enterprise are
in lino for tho Marconi system to re,
place tho United Wlicless appaiatus
Bark Andrew Welch Bringing Pas.
'(llvcti'ii long oiipoitnnlty of match
ing their skill nl rheckonv dominoes
rn Inniit.,, l,ll l .. -,.,.. l""K l"" PHI. I ..ITU WlllCl'S (' IIU'
on Inquiry was held by the ncililcnt B',0., nd Could be found on the const
Commissioner, Mr. C. M. Wohdfprd, of Now' Zrand. Thero were two
and Captain Voy was exonerated fiom types of the H.itaenoptera, tho tlb-
all blaino, Tho stranding, It wa baldl. averaging about 75 feet lour,
shown, was duo to a nhcnomcnnl tur- m.d the musciilns, about 65 feet long,
rent off tho coast of Vella la Vella. (These were obtained in the pack Ico
in iilnng the lloss Sen, but lis only about
Thousands Seek Refuge at Hongkong. ,0 "eclH "f ",0 y,'"r "cro u,IIaUo
..... . .- .... , u (., Iimk, ,.... .....ml.. I. a .Ini.l.lAil
HO UUKIlllfr w-ns l-nitl.llt' nillnrr 1,1. " ...... ti'w .....j...... ..v uwu.-ttt.
with thousands of Chlncso l'efugeiH, "llc,h "'o expense would Justify
diillliR tho ten day stnv of tho Pad- whnlern In going there. Hn had round
He Mull stoamer Porsbi ..t tlmt .,..-i "'"' whales appeared to linvo a ten-
The l.ong-contlnued political m. dency to g.)outb. and It was posslblo
turbances In the Chinese Piovlnco Tif tn "ml '"""y of ",0 "0.r",c'r,, "iwcles
k'wnitnhm. ..r ..i.ti. rt....... , .t. 111 thn soutlt. nurlnc "M c 1.11IIl.s tkltlY
roinmcrcial center, and 'South China "' WhiiiiBuiiiiimii. Messrs. Juggcr mi'.lfKdna Myers, C. E. Newcomer. II. W,
gcnorally uro having a marked effect l'onlt euuglit seven hunclilmck vvbalos j Pliclun, Mrs. II. W. Pholan, C. Q, S,
W. Macfarlahe, Mrs. F. W. Macfnv
lane, J. A. Mjnl.ux, V, W, Marshall,
Mrs. M. McMillan, Mlns Marie Mc
Millan, J' 11. Mercer, Mrs. J. II. Mer
cer, M. Miller, Mrs. 'M." Miller, Mrs.
llmrlct Miller, Miss Agnes P. Moore,
J. 0 Morony, Mrs. J. O. Mnrony, Prof.
M. II. Norwood, .Mrs. M. II. Norwood
II. II. O'Ncll, Col. Sam Parker, E. N
Parker. E. A. Peters', Mm. K. A. Pe
ters, Atlss Carile Peterson', O. Pruscr,
Mrs. Elizabeth Powell, C. M. Radford.
Mrs. fj. M. illailfpnl. E. It. Itcames.
Mrs. E. It. Rcamcs, A, F. Itoblnson.
Dr. M. A. Ilojjlnsuu, Miss Itac'iael
Itobson, I.. Schllchtcr, I.. A. Schieln
or, MrB.' 1 A. Schrolrior, Mlss'JIsy
Louise Schrclncr, Mrs. It. P. Schferlu
nnd maid, E. 1.. Sheets, Mrs. K. I,.
Shoot's, T.' I. Staccy, Mrs. T. l.-'Staeey,
Miss K. 8trlcklor, W. S. Thomas, Mrs.
W. S. TliomaR, J. F. Trltch, Mts. J. F.
Trlteh, Miss C. Tultle, C. It. Van
Cnmpen, Irs. C. II. Can Campcn, Mia
R. C. "Washburnc, I,. Wclnzliclmer,
Win. Wells, Miss Juno Whlllcm'orc,
Mis. H. Williams, Mrs. A. M. Wll-lln-.s,
Mrs. J. Wllllamk, MIbs F. Wil
liams, U W. Wolcott, Mrs. U W. Wol
cott, F. Zimmerman,- MrB. F. Zlmmor
ihnn. H. O. Dridgc, Mis. H. 0. Bridge,
Miss I. I.. Dow-den, T. J. I.arkln, Mrs.
T. J. Lrtrkln, J. P. Dorrance, J. H.
Hamcs, Mrs, J. S. Barnes, Piof: A.
Burbank, Mrs. A. lluibank, Jas, D,
Hart, Mis. Jus D. Hart, O.'PanaJnlh.
Through: J. Ii: Andrcvv, Wm. Hall,
win, tin. Win. Baldwin, Miss Ci Chap
poll, Mls M. Chappclr, fr. S. Olarke,
MfB. N. S. Clnrko-Uciii. L."A. Coltcn,
Master I.. A. Cotton, Jr.. W. K. Hill,
Dr. C. II. T. Lowndes, Mrs. C. II. T
Lowndes, Mnstor C. I.. Fl: Uiwnde,
Mrs.'U A. Cotten. A. Mcjdr, G. Mlg
nort, E: Snllnger, Mib. E. C. Wilson.
J. E. Wilson. S. C. Yang, Mrs. 8. C.
Yang, Miss Maude Ilonnell, J. II. Dad
Ison, Mrs. J. II. Da-llttnii and Infant,
H, V. Lacy, Rev; J. O. Mngee Mrs.
Ella Alhcrtson, Jvliss Atta AlbertBou,
M. P. Alger ft. C. Baldwin, Mra. It. 0.
.Baldwin, Miss B. F. niick, IC. W.
Blair, E. R. Bruce. Mrs. E. B. nnic.
Hurry Cutlln, U. B. Chiles, Mrs. K. n.
Chiles, Mrs. N. Clayton, Infant and
Asiatic tfcrvant. Miss Katluyn Clay
ton, Master Dclmar Chiyton, Miss
Mattlo Jf. (Inversion, F. Do nrindy,
T. H. Kdwirds Miss Juno S. Fair; W.
F: Oallln, Jr., Mis. W. F. Callln, Mlsk
Margurct F. Oallln. Mis. TI M. Gtm
poilliiR. n. V. Olcnn, MUb (5. O. Hn
kins, O. E. I.nutzonholser. MrtJ." C. S.
l.nblngler, J. W. II. Mnnntnn,' MrB. J.
W. B. Mitnnlon, Mrtstcr J, W. Man
nion, Master (3. A. Mannlon. Miss Ida
McCrciry, Mr. C. C. Mitchell, Dr." E.
.1. Pond, C. U. Stone, Mrs. C. .. Stone,
Miss llaLtlo U Coicy A". A. Dsvldson,
Miss A. Davidson. .If. K?nii, Mra. M.
Egan, I.. L. Oray, Mis. L. L. Gray.
Master A. (liny, Miss J. E. (Irelg, Mrs.
W. C. Hascltine, Miss J, Huff, Mlsa
C. Huff, Miss M. Hurr, R. Johnson,
W. It. W. Kcr.' Mlns M. E. .Leslie, Y.
O. Liang. 1: F. I.ongsdorf, MrB. O. F.
LouKsdorf,- Mis. V. N. Metcnlf, Jrif E.
U. McCune, Mis. E. I., McCuno, Miss
or bllilEii with Sklinmr Kidlv. n n.ini.l """ "' '"niemp.auon a scneme to mum
,i uiiiiKu wiui issippur ncny, a nunt- , . ..,
or of lair passongois are leportod1 ?ve 1,t,can"!r8 "' J0."0" or more
o havo sailed trom San FranclBco fori for tno Kurouoan """ Bntl hrco
Honolulu In that famous windjammer,
the Andrew Welch, The vessel is
now ten ila)s out from the coast port.
A general cargo of merchandise Is due
on tho way ovor und hl remains to urrlvo In the Andiow Welch
weio embalmed by Dr C. A. McKecb- Hxi
tilo iin.l will bo taken on to China Speedy Trip to the Coait.
The' Mojigollit will bo dispatched for A twplvo day passage Is ciedltcd
steamers of 0,000 tons or mbre for the
Amcrlian lino. He added that tho
company had no Intention of increas
ing Its capital, -as was believed by
j Fomo. Tllo company alt.0 proposed to
open new services to Now York nnd
Braill after the opening of tho Pa
nama Canal, and an application had
been mado to the Government for a
on ihn conn, iii i,i,.ii,iua u . t i of tho Megan tern ' type. Very rarely
that (art of the wnilil, Conditions ""' length of tlieso ifnlimils exceeded
huv'o been m unsettled over tho whole '" rt', "m' "!Mnm r' '' ir" Kl,cnt
ol South china for nearly a yenr tlmt ln",,t "r nl" "mc dissecting the soft
In many lines of tradd business has mrtH "' ,hu "natpmy of whales, of
almo,st censed by reason nf the con- wl,,eh ll.ttle Is known In New' Zealand,
sequent reduced consumption nnd tho nh '" ,llv 1''18' ""'8t r u,! les"sn
rcstilctlon pf crciilt by middlemen, tl,,nK 1,,l ,,!Cn """'e frl"" 0eud
Reports of banking Institutions In "hales of some time standing,
Hongkong Indlentp that thero has'
i.oen considerable hnaullnx both of
notes Issued alid silver. I
'Thlv m,u. nrxt ,...! j.....,' ... .... .1.. '
-.. in,.,. ..wtoi.iu itnuil ',1 Kill UIH-
tuibanecs has been that tl.n -wnlllii
classes of Chlncso have hoarded vvhnt "" - " ' "K '
money i;ipy could senire nnd left the!
country ror rorugo In Hongkong. It.
is estimated that 7.000 families havo I
left Canton and thp Piovlnco. Tho!
prosciit determination of there people
in icinuin in Hongkong indefinitely Ai)0t cloven o'clock this morning
"I".'".""'?.' m"lY "mm '" l''- n hunehbnckfld man wna taken from
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors tel.!7(M
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines-
snip Arjpnts Mumm's Chamnarine
' ?fihlit? Rnv
(charter for opening these now acivl-
am ' ..........
es, vvnen uus cuarter was granted,
a sum of Y40.000.000' would bo requir
ed for the establishment of tho now
lines,' In which case tho capital of the
company would either bq Increased or
debentures Issued. Tho meeting ap.
proved a dividend nt the rato of 10
per cent, per nnnum as recommonded
by the board of directors.
f.m Triius-Albiiillc ltoute,
I Sir- Edward MorrK Prime Mlnltfr
of N'i fi-.-i Mm t
" V "'if.
tho Alakca House, on Alalkea sjreet
by tho police on a charge of selling
clothes to deserting soldiers and sail
ors. llo was taken away in tho police
porty In that city subject to Chinese
purcnaso anil nso.
U. S. Transport Warren Kept In Re
At tllO tllllo Of denai'h.rn nt Ihn !,.
clllc Mall liner Persia fiom tho Farl I'liulrlos at the pollco station huvi
l,.Q, .. ...... . . - . .n ... 1. a.. ..,.ntn..n .Pl.r. nni.t.i... a..
....oi, ii ini.u nr icss Simp Of UtlrOSt ,UI l,lvtl uni-.-nD. tiu iin'mm if. I
pievalled thiouRhout tho'chlnesn nnrio the watch did not know anything
tcgnrdfiig tho future activities of the nbnut thp affair when asked and vvhpii
IPVOlutloillSIS. Tile United dtntp-J n.ill,l ,,. n llto Inlnnlinnn l.ml na
VniZ V,rt 1NVnr,c"' wh'rl' for, this edition went to piess he seemed
SKt.Mml,1,'w.l0l,MIn phJ; ""k 11"it " "n0"1" no' 1,e no1"
up pine waters nud has been engaged1 , . . ,,,.,,
In tho transmit of officers, t . opps and , rlcd over 8UCn Bmn" ,lctalls a8 ar-
suppjios botwpen Manila and Insuhir ,L8l
Plllay, J. C. Pope, Mrs. J. C. Pope.
Mrs. Mao Estello Hoed, Mrs. W. R.
IUdenhJiigh, Miss F, nldcubangli, MIfh
J. P. Simpson, K. Van R. Smith, N. F,
Smith, Mi 8. H. G. Smith, II. S. Sum
ner Mrs. R. S. Sumner, Mrs. 11. A.
Hate, Miss M. Mate, Mlss-W. Batc.H,
IC CipwdBon, Miss II. Dolf, Dr. -j. II.
Harvey, Mrs, J. y. Harvey, T. J.'John
son, NJ.rs. B, L. -McCbganQy, Mlse U
Mctliiughcy, Dr. C. Be Pock, Miss K.
O. Peck, W.-'W. Strlngrollovy Mrs. W.
W. Strjngfvllow. ... n.,
Per stmr. KJJauen. 'fro)uWonaaad
Knu ports. T. C. White, O. K. Bry
a'n.1, Ur" Waljaco, Miss J. B.,.Maaaey,
Miss A. Jarrot,t, Mrs. Vlchin&ii,,M. F,
Prosscr, H. ,G. Winkloy, C Bp)te,E.
C. Smith, Mrs. Mossman, Mrs. Natwa,
J."U. Wilder. S. ti. Wilder, J. F. C.
Ilagens, Miss A. Davis, G. C. Watt,
W. F. Frost, J. Gnrdnor, Dan. Kuhlna,
II. II. Pcnhallow, II. Doclier, Wni.
,Mt, It. Shingle, II. Ui Brown,' J.
Harvey, 8. Nuts'u, Tong Kau, 00 deck.
Cal.Hi frnni llunull.
Scventy-'tlvo head cattle nrrlved at
tho port th)s morning with ibo Inter
Island steamer Wallel. .Tlils vessel
took on live stock nt Wawalhae. Ten
thousand sacks' sugar la reported
awaiting shipment at Kobala. Tho
Wallole' met with u heavy urni.ml
swoil off Kona coast ports. Tho
vilt'i a vl "V i.i t iq : ti i I n er a
.rrl Prime Minister ?rmj "os", l8 10I'or"?u " hivlm-' ., , ' , . , ? ? ,V i. " .1 B'-er Maul is Is stated -was to have
' ' ' e '' "yrMieen kept hi icsi-i-e and niepirpi for w,,n' n,mt" ""' "hP nf 'm,rs "",t fnirnil limn Kona for Honolulu jes-
I lu ii'i'-it' ti-. ,. ',n J( i a,,,, (, i,,,,, t,,r,,i s- mrday '
' ' " ''' ' ' " ' ,liii'lopiii(ti s i the lh -. " '''i"'s . iicn's vniiltv In be r.- ' . .
I'"' ..ir u i. Lilt' cl ii... 1'itni ." ' ii ' M.lln i-itU ii.
-! Hall. Ilk 11 yrt tw