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Hancock Had a Hard
Time Getting Out
of the Mud.
MOANA ABBIYES FROM THE COAST
PEKING SAILED LAST NIGHT
JOB, SAN PBANCLSCO
ONE DAY LATE.
,A iBir Fleet of Vessels Sailed Yesterday
The Poster Arrives
-with Lumber News
YntMnfay warn mmried by tbe departure
f a tcmt aaay wte. Sow'(( thew
bad Kru waiting Cor mvrst djrs for a
timnbte ariad and were tacky ia peuiag
h. The first to leave was tae Great
AAairaL, wbkfc jgm to the Soaad Ii
ijaptaia Mccubi; ittiMMtol to
Monday, bat wans deurtnctl by oe
dtiaa and anotber aotil yeUnlsr. Tbc
adwpow "rrier I3 or the Sound, the
R. 1. Kit and rs W. II. Dimond for
flan fYaacian. with sapw. and the
for Kaanapali. ia love of tbe
tar HWa to dtaraanc the rest, of her
rtirjsn of coal, alao departed.
Tbr rranaport I fanrock started to leare
or Goam atiS Manila at 1- noon jester-day,
tmt it was fiw 1 :30 before she was
lariated out of thr awl on ber
way to deep water. She bad taken a
great deal of real and whs very deep
in the water and on tbe mud aft. She
backed oat of tbe slip for about half ber
length and then stork. It took tbe ttiz
rVwiaM about an Uodr to get ber
atraightetted out and the war tbe two
rborned up the mad was a caution.
The Petcinc. after a Jon delay, got
away at 3 o'clock for San Francisco
She took a large rnm'4 nfiauveapirhfroia
hew aad a big mail. The lxiy of B. II.
. Sonny of Kibei, who died at tbe plantation
but wek. wm Kent to San
in tbe IVkig.
The Moana, from San after
a fast ran of mix day ami four hours
arrived bright aad early justenlay
She broaaht a mall mail and two
days later papers but no jmeiicer foi
tafe port. She got away for tbe Colon-It
a little after 3 o'dovk and it is
urobaMe that it will be a 1ii time
, ore abe corner here h grain
captain and anew
la the deeiskui of the Dutirecgan case
toe captain and crew of tbe Fenrlo were
remembered ha the judgment and $1..".0J
wm distributed amouf tbem This
wade die men feel good, and that thej
ritvwrred it is not gainsaid by any. Of
ooarse, tbe owner of tbe Fearless sot
the lion's share, but thi tas only right.
ai theirs was tbe properly tint wn. ueI
to aav tbe ahip. Tbe Sjireekels Co. gilt
the sum of fr.OCtJtO. Tbe tuc Rleu ns
Haual came out of tbe little end of tbe
born, a she had receipted for the sum
of $157.30 in fnll for rviw rendered,
but Captain Maeaiilny. wlo w in
of tlie itteu when the DimroKguu
was pulled ff the reef, got $TtO0 for bis
rrh,ea with the tc. The Iroquois le
iac a t'nited St'ntex put in no
claim for salvage, and ber share.
which ww aawflsxed b.x the court as
1.000. was allowotl to tbe Duureggun
and ber carat. Thio disposition of the
money ia camdng a great deal of
among the ww omw on tbe front
. aial they do not see the whj or wherefore
of iL They seem to think that
the money shown) have lceii divide J
amenc the other
XBALANDlA FIXED FP
- SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. l. The
iMjkShrier are laakjng a lloatiiu
paiace of tbe Oceanic Stenmsbtp win
Miny'XealatHlia. From stem to stem
the reMei k being overbaulwl and put
kilo the very best of onler. On tbe
bow the emblem of tbe order has bea
imiuted in flaming colors. It will be
on the sinokestack and also on
the port ami starboard quarters. An
kbwat iwinting wh to have been
pt en the stent, but Captain Howard.
HMpertatemleut of the steamship com
vpany, woaW not allow tbe name
to ba painted oat. and tbe Shriners will
Imve to be content with tbe decoratioa
that are now on tbe Zenlnndia.
PURSER HODSON REMAINS,
G. A Hoilsou. one of tbe most popular
and arsers tJmt Iw- ever isited
HoiKdnltt. fa Mt going to sever bis con
nect ion with this jort. At first it wa
thought that with tbe advent of the new
Sprvkfe steamers and tbe withdrawal f
i1h Moana liodson would gi back- to
at AuatraUftsmn run ami his fnends here
would mr him no more. EerjiKHty who
doe-, business with the Oceanic Steam-ship
coaiaio will le glad to b?ar that
he is to remain. He has left the Unici
Steamship company of New Zealand. Hi
raiue as far as this port in the Moana
atwl ill return to San Francisco on the
Alameda and will go east to take charge
of the clerical department of the new
H.xer Sierra. ''vHiSeh will wa arrive here.
Mr llxhva wilt U a welcome addition
" to tbe efficient staff of the Oceanic
Ou We4aesiaj night Mr. Hodson was
both feorprid and pkaseJ at tle receipt
of a iwrse of 25, made up by at least
tiers of the cabin pvtsengers
aboard the Moana. together with a testi
monial illuminnted bj F. J. McComas an
artist of Sydney. h has done-a lot of
work hi his liae in then islands. The
, presentation was made by E. Turner.
"well known here, who is one of the
through paseugcr. The
XixlA as follows:
'G. A. Ilodson, Eq.. Purser It. M. S.
"Iear Mr. Hodsost It is with
treme regret that we, the undersigned
passengers,, of tbe It. M. S. Moana. Mho
tTae Uvn our fellow trawler? on tbl
aiid Either oyages,wish you farewell.
'Iu asking your acceptance of this ad
r,, ., ,
ou all stwi lark, and arc ?3al lo knotr
' W Mnanas ! is to belter yoar pwi
thisjivd by thirty
The vn&jLal win sail cxt week for
Tbe Alsmeda from the colonies hs dee
The Manna Loa will le in from Kona
RlA Tau ports this Eornicr.
The Fannie AdeJe I on the tcarine
railway receivins a seneral orerharili,nr.
Captain Tbompoa of the ary E. Faster
has bin wife and son with him tea
The Kanai is baring a new foreman
put in to replace 'the old one which wri
begiaainz to set a little weak.
The tts Eea is to receive $700 for
towing the Euterpe to Ka&napalL "hile
h is gone the Fearless will attend lo
her fow work.
The donkey engine on the Great Admiral
broke down yesterday while tbe
anchor was being hove and caused a d
lay of about an hour.
The !cbooner Ilelene. Christiaiifea.
master, sailed from San Francisco on the
JM intj with a full cargo of general
for this port.
Tbe otacers of the Moans do sot think
it probable that their vesel will be put
on the Victoria run as an extra boat.
It k their opinion that the Teeel will oe
used in tbe colonies.
Tbe Fresno and not the Alden BesM!
was tbe vessel spoken by the Rio on Tuei
day afternoon. She is. ngged very
like the Bese and was mitakeu for he
by the lookout on Diamond Head.
Captain McPhall will have a partner
when he arrives here next trip. He i- to
be married aa soon as he arrive in Saa
Franeieco, and hU many friends gave
bim a great send-off yesterday as he wa
The Olympic is through discharging
and is in the stream awaiting sugar.
She will get about 300 tons for stiffening
and leave"for tbe coast about Tuesday.
She did a quick job discharging, it taking
her but eight days to get rid of 2.000
tons of cargo.
Thursday, Octolwr 11.
Am cb Mary E. Foster, Thompson.
from the Sound with lumber for Allen
P. M. S S. Moana, Carey, from Sun
Stnir James Makee, Tullett, from Kn
laa ; T0 sacks rice.
Thurvlay, Octoler 11.
Am sch Carrier Dove, for the Sound.
tu Am ballast. bk It. P. Ititbet, McPhail. for Sin
Am -hip Great Admiral, Sterling, for
tbe Sound,' in ballast. t
Ata ship Ruterpe. Sachs, for Kaanapali.
. I. S. A. T. Hancock, Struve, for Manila
P. M. S. S. City of Peking, Smith, for
Stmr James Makee. Tullett. for
For San Franci-co, per steamship All
medn R. C. Sharie, Mr. Bingenani, T.
11. Muckafferty and wife. Mrs. D. M.
Chamber, A. S. Collins, It. C. Redder.
K. II. Oftlcy and wife, Mrs. Henry
Holmes. Mrs. S. Tuck, Mr. More and
daughter, S. G. Welden. A. Louisbon,
Mrs. S. II. Ctirtis. '
Per steamer J nines Makee, from
Oct. 11 Mrs. Prosper and five on
l'or Sydney, per teamship Moana, Oct
11: P. L. McCannou, J. M. Gibson, M.
J. Howo, L. II. Graes, wife and two
children in cabin, uud ten bteerage.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
HONOLULU, Thursday, Oct. 11. 1900.
Amertrnn Sugar Co
Ewa Plantation Companr 26'. 27
Hawaiian Agricultural Co
Hawaiian Com"l .tSug.ir Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co.... " 300
lkmomu Sucnt Comjvnnr
IIotiokAA Sugar Company :. .-
Ualku Susar Onuiwiny
Kntiutu 1'lantatlun Cemtauy 21K 23
Kllivl PlantnUau Co., I.W., A?e?s . . "S 9
Ktpahulu bugar Company
Kioa sugar co
Koua bucar Comivvny 75
Mauu.ilel Sugar Co., A5sess
Jlclirj tie Sugar Co., Ltd., Asess 6 3J
Mcfloe Sugar Ca, Lui.. Pd up 12 12
OahuSilgarCo 1UK 15
Ookala Sugar riantatlon On. 16 ' 16K
Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd., .V-s A 1
Otaa Sugar Co., Ltd., Paid up 12'
Olowalu Comivany 130
Pala Plantation Co .. 275
Prpeekco Sugar Company 200
Pioneer Mill Company 155
Watalua Agrtculturnl Co., Assess. 99K tW
Walalua Agricultural Co., Pdup
Walluku Sugar Co . ..' 370
Watmaaalo Sugar Company
WiUm.v Mill Co 100
Wilder Steamship Co. .-T U0
Inter-Island Steam Navlsatlou Co
Hawaiian Electric Co 107;
Hawaiian TUootrlc Ae......
Honolulu ltaptd Traojlt and Land Co. .. 95
Honolulu Steam Laundry...
Mutur.l Telephone Comjaay 10
oanu railway Laud Co iu
Makalta Colic Co.,LUL
People's Ice A RetrJir. Co
C Urever 4 Co
Hawaitaa Gov't 6 percent. Mj; 101
Hawaiian Govt. 5 per cent SS 99
Ewa Plantation 6 per cent. 102
Eahuku Plantation 6 per cent ......'.. 101
O aim Railway Land Co. S p. c. 101 102
Between Boanls 5 Waialua A, 100:
Zti Bwa. 27.
10.30 A. M. Ssion 2o Waialua A.
$100: 25 Waiatua A. $100; 10 Oahu
10 Oahu. $142.50. 5 Waialua
ltetween Boards T-0 Oahu. $1420;
5 Oahu, $142-"0.
2 l M. Session 5 Kahuku, $22- 12
Olaa Pd, $12J25.
THE PROVTDENT SAVINGS.
The future certainly promises
to be as prosperous under the
management of President Scott
as the past has been, and certainly
any company that can
make such an excellent showing
to its policy-holders deserves
the commendation for
careful management and enter-
prise shown in all departments.-
Wall Street Journal L R.
Burns, resident manager. Ma-
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THE HOXOEULU fcEPUBLICAS; RIDA, OCTOBE 1 ISGfc
TIDES. SX7K A3TD XOOV.
T. 1.1 4 X.S) .5S 9J54tl?.J5.M?S ) C.C
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Tar u. it; lA sja IXJK 12.525.5!5.3K SJTT
ill ( i i !
mil ' j jm i.ik itn ix ix ar: ss! ia
Sat. u! 7jsl i.t: ;jb 3.jjis5jrtho.a
i t I
IuiQturr cs ItUi a; 1121 p. a.
Diamond Head Signal Station. Oct. II.
10 I. Ml Weather dear; wind light,
KOVE2CENTS OF STKATffKKS.
Steamers due and to sail for the next
thirty days are as follows:
Steamers. From. Dae.
Coptic S, F. Oct. 17
America Marn S. F. Oct- 24
Queen S. F. Oct. 24
Miowera Victoria Oct. 27
Peking S. F. Nov. 2
Gaelic S. F. Nor. 10
Anstralia S. F. Nov. 17
Hongkong Maru S. F. Nor. 20
Alameda S. F. ..." Oct. 12
Gaelic S. F. Oct. 19
Aorangi Victoria Oct. 24
Hongkong Maru S. F. Oct. 27
Queen S F. Oct. 30
S. F. Nor. 1
China S. F. Nov. 3
Done S. F. .Nor. 13
Nippon Maru S. F. Nor. 20
Australia S. F. Nor. 21
Victoria Nov. 21
VESSELS IN POET.
ARMY AND NAVY.
U. S. S. Iroquois. Pond, Midway Island,
Coasters not included.
Challenger, Am sh, Piltz, New York,
Clan Macpherson, Br sh, McDonald,
Newcastle, Oct. 1.
Dominion, Br bk, Rodd, Newcastle,
Enterprise, Am sch, San Francisco,
Fort George, Am sh, Morse, Oyster
Harbor, Sept. 28.
Luzon, Am sch, Anderson, Port Gamble,
Rosamond, Am sch, Ward, San Francisco.
Stjorn, Nor bk, Hale, New-castle,
Skagit, Am bkt, Robinson, Port Gamble.
Star of Russia, Am sh, Martensen,
Newcastle, Oct 2.
V. H. Dimond, Am bkt, Hansen, San
Francisco, Sept. 30.
Helen BrewerHaw. sh New York
Henry Falling, Am sh New York
Hayden Brown, Am bk Newcastle
John C. Potter, Am sh Newcastle
Wachusett, Am sh Newcastle
Perseverance, Br ah Newcastle
King Cyrus, Am sch Newcastle
Yosemlte, Am sh Newcastle
Columbia, Am sch Newcastle
Prince Albert, Nor. sh Newcastle
Prinee Victor. Nor. sh Newcastle
Ancenis, Br ah Newcastle
Fantasi, Nor bk Newcastle
Drumburton, Br sh Newcastle
Alex. McNeil, Am bk .Newcastle
Golden Shore, Am sh Newcastle
James Nesmith, Am sh Newcastle
Marion Lightbody, Br sh Newcastle
Ventura, Br sh Antwerp
Yola. Br sh London
PURDY & BARON.
AND GENERAL REPAIR WORK.
Shop: SUMNER'S ISLAND
Phone S06. P. O. Box 262. Honolulu
ROCK FOR BALLAST.
J White and Black Sand
1 In Quantities to Suit.
Excavating Contracted For.
Coral and Soil For Sale.
gSDump Carts furnished by
the day on Hour's Notice.
H. R. ELTCHCOGK.
Bethel St, next to P. O.
NOTICE ti OWNERS, ARCHITECTS
E. W. Quinn, 115 Union street. Is prepared
to furnish estimates on first class
modern plumbing. Patronage s.-
liclted. P. O.BOXA62.
" 518 ForttStreet.i. v t
First class rigs at fair prices.
The lots shown on this plot are
upon the Fauoa Vallej slope of
PACIFIC .HEIGHTS 1
at an elevation of from 200 to 500 feet above
sea level. They adjoin THE PACIFIC
and have a frontage upon Pauoa Road, now
being widened and macdamized.
Located on high ground,
excellent scenic and marine
views are to be had from all
lots, and being upon the line
of our Electric Railway, power
and electric lighting plants,
ready transportation and electric
lighting can be secured
at very reasonable rates.
Water will be supplied at
the rate of $15.00 per year
for each lot or at less than
city prices from our Pacific
Heights water system.
To persons who will.heginv
the erection of houses within
60 days, we will make special
inducements in the matter of
transportation of building
material over our railway.
We can recommend this
property as being especially
desirable and attractive to
persons seeking choice locations
for homes of moderate
Low Prices, ,
On Mondat, Octooer 1st,
we will begin the sale of
these -lots upon following
prices, terms and conditions:
Prices of lots range from
$400 to $750 each according
to size and location. One-fourth
cash at date of sale,
balance in installments and
at terms to suit purchasers.
BfrnaV HfnaV naV LanSL Jftf nooaW HL Q&h
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For further particulars apply to
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C M w ffl
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Offer for Me:
Cube and Granulated.
PARAIHXE PAST CO.'S
Paints, Compounds and Buildini;
Iiucol Kaw and JBoiled.
Linseed Raw and Boiled.
Water-proof cold-water Faint,
and outside; in white and
Alex. Cross Sons'
- Scotch fertilizers, adapted for sugar
cane and coffee.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s chemical Fertilizers
and finely ground Bonemeal.
STEAM PIPE GORlNCr,
Reed's patent elastic seotlonal pipe
FILTER. PRESS CLOTHS,
Linen and Jute.
WESTERN SUGAR REFINING CO,
San Francisco, Col.
BALDWIN' LOCOMOTTTE WORKS,
Philiuielphia, Pa U. S. A.
NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO
(Manf. "National Cauo Shredder1')
New York. U. S. A.
OHLANDT St CO.,
Sau Francisco, Cal.
RISDON ntON AND L00O.MOl'ITE
WORKS. San Francisco, Cal.
Hawaiian navigation Co.
Surprise sails from Honolulu every
ten days to Lahaina and Makeun, Maui,
and all tho Kona ports of Hawaii. Alternating
.Tuesdays or Fridays) with
Inter-Island Steamers, this gives Kona
a4 day service.
Eclipse sails from Honolulu as soon
as possible after arrival for Kauai
porta, Koloa, Eleele, Hanapepe, Maka-
"Dii, cuuica auu Xi.CH.uuu.
The vessels carry freight and passengers
and insure quick dispatch.
For further information apply to the.
M. V. McOHESNEY .t SONS,
Queen Street : : : : : Honolulu
un- q. iruik o;o. LTD.
Wm. G Irwin .President & Manager
rau? SPSK618 ' Firat Vice-Pres.
S- 3L Whitney, Jr . Treas. i Setft.
Geo. W. Ross .. . . .Auditor,
AGENTS FOR THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Of San Francisco. Cal.
Hawaiian Ballasting Co.
NO. 16, QUEEN ST.
H. I. EVANS,
Curbing, Black and
Soir of all Description for
Drays for Hire.
BEATER LDICH ROOMS.
H.J.XOLTE : : : : : Proprietor.
Fort Street, Opp. Sprackels Bank.
First Class Lunches Served
With Tea, Coffee, Soda Water, Ginger
Ale or Milk. Open from
3 a. m. to 8 p. nj.
Smokers' Requisites a Specialty
t Ob. Draught or in Bottles
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