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1 IHB HOSOLtfti? tepOBLfCAK, ItjfcSfcA; OCTOMaKM, 1M&
The Transport Justin
Arrives After Long
G&PTAIK SGOTT OF THE LAUBADA
HOW THS O'BRIENS OF REVOLUTIONARY
The Ghallongor Got Away Tester-
(toy Hany Applications for
a Position Captain Hag-
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f r rji. wr v. uiyi
A I the aary transport JtHtiu.
Captain Scott, arrived front
Sail Fnutrfexco yesterday.
; t!ii lute wrr :l,00O tons of
coal abeartt for Guam an-1
ftr her carco
w will oH! 'for Nagasaki, where she
II b4 catLJar tW Amuriean fleet in
liintw 'lite Justin m a small
i of l4b0 toiw reititer. She is
nifttl arranged for having
.r largp ami convenient
v. .Q&m. Shu ileitis taken over by th-
I nited States government .she has bt n
rlrr.ort nfatilt a far as
for oiicer and Crew are concerned
a -id an eWlrif Ifcbtibit p4ant has been
Tk JnatbiV crew ami officer are not
i ie up of navy men and she is the
' ri navy tmI to come here not in
nmmand of nnval ofBcors. Her
Captain Scott, was formerly in
rtniaand of iIk? iiKbubtcr steamer Lau-
uia, which the Spaniards in Cuba
-. much tiuvMe duritiz the war before
i San attMl in to help the Cubans.
i I:- lAani4a wan wrecked in the Bcrin?
,- i Mioa aftftr Captain Scott left her.
The other officers are: Fint otBcer,
Srttnil UngneK; necoud officer, Howard
!(; third olficer, X. G. Kobin.son; chief
t giuecr. i nomas neuron : nnt assistant
Herman second nteigtnnt, F. J.
1 aiab : ibtrd nwrietniit L. B. Zolezi.
Nearly H of tbero have seen service on
... of the government vesselsj Officer
Hitches bavinc been on the Somerset
''urinjr the Spanish war and Second
- r Kcob on tlie transport Pennsylvania.
Hie i.rd officer was on the Belgian
og. Tboa Xcilson, the engineer.
- red on thf rofrigerntor ship Celtic
mid Second Astant Walsh was on the
..luiB.Ma. Many of the crew were
t.j vith Uio lwttlexhips Oregon nni
Tlp ClwllcuciT had trouMe yestcrdy
i" fWtini: awai. Ah Mh was leaving
-' nearly ran into the little tlioonc
' lalua and hud to let go an auehor to
V. e from rtiHiiinc oxer her. When it
as j.mt to beiive in the ntichor the
uindlawi lroVc and s there was more
trowbleSne ii.nll ot away, however.
'ii her to the Sound.
Torpedo Boat O'Brien.
lit O'Brien, one of the torpedo boat
4r txnrs of construction at Lewis
Cnoont ship yard nt
vn Jaunqtied on Septcmler 21th.
The- Q'Rrfrn is an ndrancetl type of
lihtins mnchinu. It Is 175 feet long on
V www liiw", 17 fet lieam and 14 feet
s; inehe draught. Steel has been used
w !itrt er poHde. himI when wood has
' n ,ed it Iihn leen electrically treatel
ait to be fireproof.
Th' plMon rods, shafts, connecting
r.b! i m! all working jwrts are of uickil
4 -! lilate. The're are four cylinder
Miple xiMUioiou engines. The indicate!
1 .ne wtr will be 3.7O0. which will givo
; rt'olttUou to the screw ier niinuti.
'e uncines are located :n
filter t;cht contiMrtments.
Th- O'Brien will l rquipiel with
,'ty snliamv known to modern naval
i.gtw ring. The loat is low in tin;
an i will be hard to locate even by the
rc ot searchlights. Its armament will
..tpr'se thnv torpedo tule, two for
v ird. one aft, and three three-pound
rapid riBg guns. The loat will carry
MXt oAkers and nietu The ltoat ls
jua:nd O'Brien to perrtetuatQ the uiemorjr
it the O'Brieut William, John and Jo--'ph
who figured In the revolution.
A" . V
A Uritish MiBtako. - " -
Promotiou fromx theranks, or rather
vpi th forecattlc to the quarter decs.
- rarr iu the United States navy than
;' KimijHvtn navies. The London Chron-
l !. ccWBientinp upon this, states thar
"Uimto is but one otScec of the rank of
oXTintander iu the rnited States nav;
vlK, has been promoted from the lowc
Vi H That is a prince of good fellow
ommander Lurien Young.' The Chron
1 V makos two nistakest : Lucien Young
a lieutenant .commander, who entered
th- naval academy in 1SG0 and
four yoars later, and "was. therefore
t.fiw a foremast hand. Corataander William
I. Do' entered the navy as an enlisted
boy, and Lieutenant Conuuander
Ciuiric. K. Vrcclaml. John E. Boiler an
Wilhara II. If. ontbcrland began
as naval apprentices but
patcd through a course t the
r.avai academy tefort' they becarae of
li s -. in the naT
Shipping- Notes. ' ;
T2te Zealandia- k exixvted to arrire
)re on Suudn, fre Jlilo. i
The nxrk of bitMMiniztn the Nav
hxk will be tinisiicd this tk.
lite Fort George" wlU take ballast
She epect to st away Thursday
The Maul at.d Ktsau will both take.
lug and way MsrfBgere today.
Jimmy Sjwiuvrlwixiv j .
tfuon as pur oa iae Rasottne iw
I3clipse. 4. ' -
The Koanwud h in the jBfream wait
lug Ar She will prtUibJy f
awMj tjiis week.
The sieanter KUut Han fiwd, tfi
FcHsetier Golden Gate ta tm yesterday
HUo and. the choo8er play4 tS it ,
off th PacJfic STail dek, a tht to-
iiinr vraa fot iron tae Meaiaer and a
tor of nciBcrBrinir wax doae
ererjjnia; was nad ready.
The bark Aaiy Turner frost Hilo vr&s
stiited oS Koko Hs'ad yesterday after-soon
at a. little af Ur 5 o'clock.
;rk on the y)rhjnint of the
is zoinz on very rapidly trader dw
dipxtton of Ecfineer KOly
Tbe new foremast for the ateaar
Kanai ii in place. It is a se
Oreron pine and weighs about nin
The scbooaenr H- C Writht, Dora
Btuhxc. 3Iary lUise, S. T.
the bark Gumbia ore all expecteu
The transport Granr, passengers,
mail and fre?ci.r for Manila, was due to
jsail from San Francisco yesterday. She
is due here on the 'Sid inst.
There is unite a fight being: made for
the position of engineer on the little
j'td.'iBer J. A. Cummins. Former Chief
Engineer leaves for Hawaii in th-Kinau
The Maui front Maui porta Sunday
brought the following freight: Fifty-two
sacks potatoes. 101 sacks taro. 1K3
sacks corn. 23 hogs, ."ifl beer barrels and
IS packages iiisdriw.
" Captain. Iinrlund of the Inter-Island
company leaves for the volcano today
He will go in he Manna Loa to Kona
and then to Hilo. He expectn
to be gone several weeks.
Morton Tufr. the popular and efficient
puter of th" Maunn Loa, will have h?4
rest ashore for a couple of mouths. He
will take Guy Kelly's place in the offict
nt the Inter -inland wharf while Kelly
is on bis vacation. The brothers
will fill the positions of purser ann
freight clerk in the Mauna Ijoa. They
are both of Captain Simerson.
Monday, October ir.
U. S. X. transport Justin. Scott, froM
San Francisco for Guam.
Bk Amy Turner, -Warland, four days
Monday, October lo.
Stmr Xociiu, Wyman, for Lahaina,
HonoVaa and Kukiuhaele.
Stmr Kilnuen Ilou, MaiMlwter, for
Stmr James Mnkee. Tullett, for
Sch Golden Gato, Pahia, for Kihei.
Am sh Challenger. Piltz. for the
Sound in ballast.
TO SAIL TODAY.
Stmr Mauna Loa. Simerson, for Lahaina,
Maalaea, Kona and Kau at 10
Stmr Upolu, Dalton, for Honoipu and
Knwaihae. 10 u. m.
Stmr Kinati, Freeman, for Hilo and
waj ports at 12 noon.
Stmr Maui, Parker, for Mnui ports at
5 p. m.
Stmr W. G. Hall, Thompson, for
ports at .t p. m.
Gas sch Surprise, for Kauai ports at
T- p. m.
Sch Blanche and Ella, for Ilanalei
and Kalihiwnl nt Z p. ni.
Sch Itdy for ports.
Schr Waialua. Wcisbarth, for
and Kalihiu.ti at 5 p. m.
Stmr Leh'jn. Bennett, for Molokai
ports ut o p. m.
KAIIULUI, Oct. 13. The Carrollton
is taking on ballast.
The kona storm of last few days has
caubrd n very surf to break at
The vhooner Robert Hind Is loading
at Kahu.ul and will probably leave
for the coat nliout the 10th.
For sprains, swellings and lameness
there Is nothing so good as Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. Try it For sale by
Benson, Smith & Co., general agents.
Territory of Hawaii.
The City Office of the
Star Dairy Co., Ltd.,
Is in the Magoon Building, Room 1,
corner Merchant and Alakea Sts.
Telepouo Main : . 391.
Dairy Telephono Blue 3171.
A. B. DOAE, Manager.
Only on good', Honolulu property.
200 acres rich, level farmland in one of
the beet and most productive valleys of
'Shasta County, California.
Plenty of water and some fine timber
on some portion. Would Bake a splendid
Farm Home. Apply to
Boom 8, Magoon Block.
Contractors 4 BniMers
General Bosimws Agvacy.
Allklnda of laboe8, s; Belies.
Curb stones on hand ready to supply.
King Street near JLiliha fEwa aide.)
Together a they. atr ?
"iei'ayoa and I -'
Eaafe ao and buy ", , '
nd A inquired, "y Wbatr If,.
Wilev'a ironinr TabliM
, Make aM," aaya A,
'jlim puouc noe ue
Ot mU teblM ia tfcit iew&
Thy bear e f?fMf wuse.
U. 1MJKRTELMASN S BHOi,
Oppoit Wall, Xicfcel Co.
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LiulQs&riAr oa &o Itta at llt p. ta
Diamond Head Signal Sution, 10 p.
hl, Oct. 15 Weather clear: wind light;
MOVEMENTS OF ST2,
Stvimers due and to sail for the next
thirty days are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
Coptic S. F. Oct 17
ui.u tutu S W ..- VV
Queen S. F. Oct. 24
3Iiowera Victoria Oct. 27
Peking S. F. Nov. 2
Gaelic S. F. Nov. 10
Australia S. F. Nov. 17
Hongkong Mara S. E. Nov. 20
Gaelic S. F. . Oct. 19
Aorangi Victoria Oct. 24
H6ngkong Maru S. F. Oct. 27
Queen S. F. Oct. a0
Mariposa S. F. Nov. 1
China S. F. Nov.- 3
Dorics S. i'- .- -Nov. 13
Nippon Maru S. F. Nov. 20
Australia S. F. Nov. 21
Warrimoo Victoria Nov. 21
POM & BAM
AND GENERAL- REPAIR WORK.
Shop: STUtNER'S SLAND
Phone 806. P. O.' Box 3iL Honolulu
ROCK FOR BALLiST.
( "White aHd Black Sand
1 In Quantities to Suit
Excavating Contracted For.
Coral and Soil For Sale,-
JfiT'Dump Carts furnished bj
the day on Hour's Notice.
H. R. JUTCHCOGK.
Bethel St.. next to P. O.
NOTIGE to OWNERS, ARCHITECTS
E. W. QuInnU5 Union street, is prepared
to furnish estimates on first class
modern plumbing. Patronage so-
liclted., P. 0. Box 162.
I lie w
518 Fort Street-
First class rigs at fair prices.
Tilephsns 477. Hackstand "Phons" 319.
TIEELITE ICE GREMi PiLiS
Fine Chocolates and Confections.
Ice Cream and Ices "Water'
Ihi Coyne Furniture Co.,
Progreee Block - - Comer Eort and
Tke arrival of a large shipment of
furniture compels ns to make room
in every nookiaud corner. Ttj do
this we must close out on different
lines now in stock. Last week we
advertised a sale of Guun's Office
Desks and realized tremendous
Thia week oursale will be on
2ES SC03T SETS
mm, efumurr mcs.
MOar prices on thase wta aiv
and. undeniably the lowest in
Wu cordialty krrile yon to call and
Tki Cqnt Finiture Co.,
ranrtMjHaek ? - Corner oti aad I
tiawititiiii Streets .
The lots shown on tble plot are looftiad
vixm the PaudU Valley elope of
at an elevation of from 200 to 500 feet mboY
sea level. They adjoin THE PAOmO
and have t froBtage upon Faooa Bosd, now
being widened and maodamized.
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 planta,
ready transportation and electric
lighting can be secured
at very reasonable rate's.
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 begin
pthe 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 ohoice locations
for homesof moderate
Low Prices, ft
On Moxday, October lit,
we will begin the sale of
these lots upon followiag
prices, terms and conditions:
Priees of lota range tro
$400 to 15750 each aooording
to shse and location. One
fourth cash at date of sale,
balance in pistaUmentf and
ol terms M suit porchasera, .
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particulars" apply to
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Offer for Safe:
Cabe and Granulated. ,
PARAEFINE PALNT GO.'S
Paints, Connc4iml3 aad.Btnidinc
iucol Baw and
K;w and Boiled. ,
and' outside; in wrutoTaud
Alex. Cros'S & ,Sons
5ootoh fertiiiaer, adapted for
ctne and eottee.
N. Ohlandt .t Co.s uhemical
and fiialy ground Bouemoal.
STEAM PIPE COYERTO,
deed's patent elastiu settuftlpipo
FILTER, PRESS CLOBIS,
Linen and Jute.
SEMENT. LLUE & BRJOKS
W KhTEPvN SUGAR KEFINDf O GO,
San Frauoitco, Oal.
BALDWIN' LOCfJMOTR'E WOKKS,
Philadelphia, Pa U. S. A.
NEWELL TJNIrEKSAL MILL CO
(Maof. 'National Cauo Shredder5)
New York, U. a A.
OUL.VXDT & 00.
San iVancisco, Oal.
HISDON IKON AND LOOOMOTnTJ
WORKS. San Franaidco, Oal.
Hawaiian navigation Co.
Surprise sails from Honolulu, every
ten days to Jlahaina and Makenn, Maul,
and all the Kona ports of Hawaii. Alternating
(Tuesdays or Pridaya) with
Steamere, this gives Kona,
a 5 day sorvice.
Eclipse sails from Honolulu na soon
as possible aftor arrival for Kauai
ports, Koloa, Eleele, Hanapepe,
Waimea and Kekahiu
The vessels carry treiRht and passengers
and insure quick dispatch.
For further information apply to the.
M. W. McOHESNEl & SONS, -
Queen Street : : : : : Honolola
UH. (J. IRUIf Oqo. CJD.
Wm. G Irwin . J?residont & Manager
Cf Spreckels. Hrst Vico-Prea.
W.M.Giffard.. . Second Vice-Prea.
H. M; Whitney, Jr. .. Treas. & Soc't,
Geo. W. Ross Auditor,
AGENTS FOR THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Of San Francisco, CaL
Hawaiian Ballasting Co.
NO. 16, QUEEN ST.
H. l. EVAN,
Curbing, Black and
Soil of all Description for
Drays for Hire- -'
BEATER LUICH ROOMS.
H. X SOLTE : : : : : ProDrir
Fort Street, epp, Spreckels Bank7
Tirst Class Lunches Served
With Tea, Coffeo, Soda Water. Ginger
Ale or 3111k. Open from
3 a. nxi to 8 p. tj.
Seiokers Reqakitea a. Specialty
SEATTLE BEER "j;
Ox Drgit or in Bottlea
at th X
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