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Many Vessels Arrived
and Departed Yesterday.
TWO HORSE TRANSPORTS LEAVE
GOLDEN" SHORE WINS RACE
FBOSI NEWCASTLE TO
Kinau Had a Rough Trip Barken-
ttne'Wilder Arrive From the
Count Speedy Golden
y W ESTER DAY witnessed the
V.O coming find coins: of many
J ms. The Uonskonc .Maru
( from Ik Orient wm the firt
111 1 11 to make her appearance verj
warlj i the morning. lier
trip trom loKoiiama wjl o
vory i.n"viitf6l -one and an usual she
trai on time She had n poclly number
rf through iRnKers and a big cargo.
I'olloviflj the wean liner came the
She arrhfrf from Kauaf and
tlH? vvatht'r on the Garden Isle
hwh AH the waj coming home the
vtI hml heflvt hend bes. to buck. The
Mfawtra from the Sound. v:th a late mall
irwl n-an- panwngera for this jort,
tnl tied tip to the end of the Pacific
Mail wharf n little before noon. She
1m had a rough trip for the first three
iliijw after leavine Victoria.
In the afternoon the American
fSoideu Shore, with coal from New
rantl?, after, a Ions voynse of fifty days,
' Captain Rasmnssen reports n
rj i.eventul triji. As soou as the
Knrii v-i) In hailiiiK diftauo of the
vJKiHr. Captain Rocranssen iuquired
t th American ship Kennebec, which
t in company with the
and wIiom? captain had told
OiplHin Itawiniinsen that he would beat
hint a vvoeV to this port. Tlie Kennebw
hi not jvt beeu seen. Soon after the
Iden Shore entered the harbor a "bark-mine
'a as reportwl outside. It was
late and so the Fearless started out
uiVr her to tu to KCt her iu lefore the
tSne limit made by the quarantine
The tug had a lonp trip almost
to Koko Llend. for the which was
rhj is. O. Wider, seventeen days from
San Francisco. The Wilder wan brought
Into the harbor and taken to the old
1'it.hmarket wharf, a die had a deck load
rf Htook n'onrd, and after the long trip
a was thought beat to.cet the animals
mJiore w soon n possible. In making
tfw wharf the anchor wrh lot ko to stop
l!W way of the re-awl and when on attempt
to haul it up was made there was
trouble. After about an hour's work the
anchor wan finally broupht to the surface
and wag found to be foul. It had caught
on the Claudiue's anchor und was in a
The two horxe trnusiort. the
and Wyefield. pot away for Manila,
CTn former In the morning and thj latter
hi the afternoon. The captains of tie
two vessels thoucht it better to get away
from the city so as not to pass
nicht here. Several of the crew f
yich had deserted her and one
of the Leolannw'e men i detained waiting
a trial by jury for un asault.
The inland hteamers Kilnuea IIou,
Kauat and Wnlaleale left in the afternoon.
taklKS big cnrgoeit.
The for the Colonies at
0 o'clock in the morning, to be followed
two hoars later by jhe Xlpngkong Mara
tor San Francieco.
Spoody Golden Gnto.
1'ndcr" her new captain, (ulua.lhc little
oatviccv GoWea Gate ismaking some
nunarkaUe trips lately. OnWedncsday
rImj left here for Kaauapali with a big
load of freight and earyv yesterday morning
she .arrive! here agaian The run
from Knananall to porfn the'return was"
made in a little oxer nine hours.
For Honolulu Trude.
Th New York Shipbuilding Company.
of Camden litis begun to punch plates fee
it first ship, and will' within a few day
laj its first keel. The contract for thU
first s-Wp of the company was made with
fi.1. & ltollar Jfc Co. of San Fntnctaoo.
A company I ow! forming to operate- between
Sab Franebco ftnd Honolulu, and
this will I? the firt of ic fleet Th-'new
ship will be built for the freight trade
distinctively. Her length will be SH)
feet. Dollar & Co plan to haw
built in the Camden yard a larger thip
for the ilwiolulu trfi.d.e.
Sough at Hilo. N
illl JO. Oct. . ,27. The experiences
oi Kauai pa&seagers in landing
last MVdnesday evening were any
thing but agreeable to those con-
ajneL The roughBes of the bay prevented
the Kinau from coming to the
another of the results of no
It was accordingly necessary to
dump the human lite stock into boats;
trhich attempted to land at the htaall
vharf. This being found impractkaBle
on account of the heavy sea, they pulled
bach again U the ship, Noah's Ark was.
however, close to the voyagers but they
TrerV'Civea a 8tjtla44r a4
to the Jocgtaarf aa4make
tielkrthey wre the ttn&to whmJmA
sjawMnliTs dream' aj&ceaiSPsSf tw
Ing. The long wharf beins reached, the
more agile anioug the men hinsod tip Its
v perpemTicular mdc kfter the minnor of J
Alprne dfff climlre. The -a omen and
ckildreo trtre vith mote or lew danger
ap the ladder.
This sort of thin? fortunately doesn't
happen very often in the days, though
it ts but a type of what was a common
occurrence in the middle a;es of Hilo'n
hbtory. but once a year if too often, and
there should be some safe method dc-vied
for landing in boats safely at the
long wharf. As far as the boat landing
is concerned it is useless when the water
in the bay is at all rough, being more
dangerous to land at than the entrance
at the IVaiakea river.
Tb C.-A. S. S. 3Iiowera, Ilemmlng.
commander, arrird in port and hauled
alongside the navy dock at about 11 a. m.
yesterday, after a very rough trip from
UVanconver and Victoria. Bcllmaire
reports as follows: "Left Vancouver nt
2 :o3 p. m. on the lDth insu and "Victoria
at 2:3Ti a. m. on the 20th. Cleared the
Straits of San .Tnan dc Fuca at 7 :03 a. m.
on the tame day. experiencing fresh to
moderate southerly to southwesterly gales
and high seas for the first three days:
thence fresh to moderate wind1? and mod
erate ea3 to arrival."
The Kinau was late in arriving
The Ilritihh bark "Adderly will wiil to
morrow- In ballast for the Sound.
The Keauhou will probably go to Kan
after she returns from Kauai this trip.
The United States navy transport
Itrntus, Meer, arrhed in Yokohama
The Clan Macpherson hauled into the
htreain yeterday. She expects to get
The American schooner Golden Shore,
Captain Rusmussen arrived yesterday,
nfty liays from Newcastle, with coal.
Cumin earle oi tfte 7. A. Cumtnftu
reports that the tdhooner Norma is fast
goliijf to pieces in the rough weather
that has prevailed on the other Bide.
The Hongkong Maru, which arrived
yesterday morning early from the Orient,
brought five Japanese cabin passenger
for this port. In the feteerage were fourteen
Japanese und twenty-eight Chinese.
The Maru had a general cargo of G70
tons for here nnd took 150 tons of coal.
She had n large through passenger list.
The China, duo to arrive here on the
3rd of November, will be on time. She
will hue plenty of room for poeeengers
to the coast this time, as her bookings
in the Orient have been very light. The
officers of the America Maru report that
nhe was not seriously hurt in the tidal
wau as preiously reported, and that
they saw her in Honkong, where the
a day late.
The Kinau had n rough time of It this
trip, which accounts for the late hour
which she arrived yesterday. She was
anxiously awaited all the forenoon, but
did not get in till 4 o'clock. At Hilo and
Hamakun It was exceedingly rough.
Purser Beckley was not aboard, which
probably accounts for the roughness of
the weather, as he says that whenever he
I on a vessel his "Akua" will not let
the weather get very rough. At
the sea was so rough that
could not be taken aboard and at
nilo the passengers, even in that magnificent
harbor, bad a hard time getting
off and on the steamer. The smallest
number of passengers carried for a long
time was brought by the Hilo liner this
Two hundred and seventy-five sheep. 48
sack potnfoes, . sacks corn. 2 horse. J
cord wood. 251 pkgs. sundries.
Sugtr on Hawaii.
Oct. 2C L. S. Co., 4,500: Oo-
Ttala, 1.200; Paauhau, 5,000; Kukaiau.
t500: nonokaa, 3,500; Kukuihaele, 820;
Punaluu. 0.000; Honuapo, 1.47C; total,
Arrived Oct. 22, Am sch Chas. E.
Falk, C. Henningsen, master, 21 days
from Albion wrth cargo of latch-. Oct.
22, Am bkt Geo. C. Perkins M. Maaaf
masKr, 21 days from Eureka with cargo
Sailed Oct 19. Am stmr Xealandia.
Tho. Powdell, master, for Honolulu
In port Am bark Santiago. H. En-U.
.Vm bark Martha Davis.
A. master; Am sch Chas. E.
Falk, C Henningsen. master; An bkt
Geo. C Perkins. M. Maas master.
Arriwd Thursday, August 25:
Am rh Bangor, Turielt, 5 day ftrsan
Poet Towarend; lumber to Hawi plantation.
Am bkt Wrestler, Neuson, 54 days
from Newcastle: coal to Hawaii Railway
Am hrgt Consuelo Page, 16 days from
San Francisco; general merchandise to
Hawaii Railway- Co, Ltd.
From Kauai, per str Mikahak. Octaoer
27: Henry Blake; MrL E. MsmcI, E.
Kaisvr and six on deck.
From China and Japan, per T. K. K.
Hongkong Maru,. Oct. 27. Mrs. Mua-d
aa ckUd. Miss Kfe Maiaaim, T.
Mat. SakaraL L.
UgaaU, Hoy P., J8owkr. HmJ JL
Breks, A. Jsssr,
Rev. V. C. Hart Ju- Hawir. Wm Mas
IlAMawa, T. H. Hopler, T. Iwasaki.
Jee Kulz, Mia McCoy, L. Ckas. Beaks,
. ? fc
TBZ HQSOLOLU EEFtlfltlCAS, SCXDAl, OCTOBER- 23, iWRX
axd moos. wcermi here today froa Staa?hai ssiys
Mrs wmm that a thocsssd Freuca troop Lit takes-
T Cbarsr, oa the aorthera fcorfcr of Sha
r ,. Tas FTOifcce.
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V Moai os tfc 2JJ MJitTtn
Diamond Head Signal S3Uod, Oct. 27,
10 p. m. Weather clear; wici fresh;
MOTE3CENT3 OP STSAJfBSS.
Steamers due and to sail for the nest
thirty days are as follow:
Steamers. From. Due.
Itkias S. F. Nor- 2
GtHie S. F. Xo. 10
Australia S. F. Xov. 17
Hongkong Maru S. F. 'ov. 2rt
Queen S F. Oet. 30
Mariposa S. F. Nov. 1
China S. F. Nov. 3
Doric S. F. .' Nov. 13
Nippon Maru S. F. No. 20
Australia S. F. Nov. 21
Warrimoo Victoria Nov. -1
Mrs. Beales, Victor Bealss J. P. Pammer,
Mrs. Nuu Sam, K. Mitiutanl, G. T.
Marsh, Buruhamst Marsh, Mrs. A. Z.
Rice, Miss Rice, F. A. de Rosa, L. J.
Saloman. Mrs. Saloman, B. D. Tata, W.
C. Vnnghu, TV. B. Williams, K. Yooka.
K. Yoshida, O. H. Erb. D. Harrington.
Thos. O. Brien, H. H. Rudorff. A. S.
Stevenson, Shinzo Kawanl.
From Vancouver and Victoria, per
C.-A. S. S. Miowera, Oct. 27. Mr. and
Mrs. T. H. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. 5Ioon, Miss Han-key,
Miss Webster and Mensrs. Morley,
Donnelly, Campbell, Graham, Adams
Sheridan, Osterbeck, Carew Helen, Mc-Whither
Maeir, McKenrfe, Dunn.
and Captain F. D. Walker.
Per Htmr Kinau, from Maui and Hawaii
porta, Oct. 27. H. udolff and wife,
II. R. Duniway, H. H. Scovell, M. Strout
and child, Walter Hyman, Robt. Fricko,
Dr. Hutchinson, Frank Rcmillard, Miss
Jncolison, C. McClennan, C. T. Day. Mi-a
Castle, Yaraamura, Mrs. Ro"bt. Parker,
Jr., and child, C. H. Rose and uife, S.
Nowlein, Mrs. G. E. Smithies, Rev. Mr.
Kamnkawiwoole, R- W. Wilcox. Mrs.
Sharp und two children, J. A. McGavin.
P. McGinais cmd 03 dVal passengers.
Per C. & A. S. S. Mionqra. for the Colonies,
Oct 2S. Dr. Maxwell, vfr 0niJ
Bon J. C. Martin, Henry Langlejr, Rv
Wajue. J. C. Cook and throe Chinese
Saturday, October 27.
T. K. K. Hongkong Maru, Filmer,
from China and Japan.
C. A. S. S. Miowera, Hemming, from
Victoria and Vancouver.
Strar Kinau, Freeman, fjom Hilo and
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, from Molokai
Stmr Mikohalo, Pedsrsen, from Kauai
Schr Golden Gate, Ialua, from
Am. echr Golden Shore, Kasmussen,
Am bkt S. G. Wilder, Jackson, 17 days
from San Francisco. ,
Sch Concord, Mana, aom Kauai
Saturday, Octolier 27.
U. S. A, T. Leelanaw, Btorrs, for Manila.
Stmr Kilauea Hon, McAllister, for
Foauhau. Kukaiau, Ookala.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, fo Mflkawell anl
Stmr Waialeale, Green, for Nawilhvili,
Koloa and Eleele.
U. S. transport Wycfield, Cartmer, for
Cuts and Braises Quickly Healed.
"For three days and nights I suffered
agony untold from an attack of cholera
morbus brought on by eating cucumbers,"
says M. E. Lowthor, clerk
of 'the district court, Centervllle, Iowa.
"I thought I should surely die and
tried a dozen different medicines, but
all to no purpose. I sent for a bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses relieved
me entirely. I went to sleep and
did not awabe tor eight hours. On
awakening a few hours ago I felt so
gratified that the first work I do on
going to the office is to write to the
manufacturers of this remedy and off sr
them my grateful thanks and say, 'Gol
bless you and the splendid mediciae
youmake.' " This remedy is for sale
by Benson, Smith & Co.. general agents,
Territory of Hawaii.
By Authority, fj
ESALXD TENDERS POB DESKS
Sealed tenders will b received at the
office of the superintendent of public
worlb until 12 o'clock aaos. Monday, October
20, 1900, far forty-five oak desk.
Cut aad desiga of the sas cu b eeea
upon application at the office of the
of pablk work.
The Mtperiateadeat of public works
dees aot biad hueaelf ta accept' the lewcst
or any bid. J. A. 3TCANDLKS.
Superiateaieat f Public Works.
Italic Work OCce, Hoaolala, Oco-be
-M, 1S0&. -
0M safety fer ml at tal oSce. j
This Hade Known by
Tributes Sent to -Her.
PAHTY IS CSOWINS
RUSSIA DECXASBD TO NOT
WAJTT AXY ADDITIOVAZ.
Chines Rebels in the 'South. Establish.
Headquarters at Wai
Chu Discsion of Peace
Tien Tiln. Oct. IS. A. courier reports
that the British column of the Pal
Ting Fu expedition reached the walled
town of Wang Chia Kou on October
15th, meeting vrith no resistance and.
that the other columns have sJo been
unopposed. The natives xo friendly
and supplying food to the troops.
The Tao Tal of Wang Chia Kou
that a bodr of troopasupppsed to
he French or German, dispersed a force
of Boxers around "Wenan on Octobsr
Sth, inflicting svere losses and burning
a njaiber of villages.
General Chaffoe has ordered two
companies of the 9th United States Infantry
to garrison Tien Tsln. The pro-
YiBional government of Tien Teln has
sent Boxers to death.
The Shanghai correspondent of tho
Tlniee, -wiring yesterday, sayB: "The
Tao Tai have apailed to the consuls to
arrest over six hnndrod Chinese vrho
reside in the foreign settlement, on a
charge of conspiricy. Those named
include several veil known Chinamen,
vrhose only crime is thaJL they pocaosa
aggressive Ideas. This GQmand: la
signlucant of tho growing Influence of
tljo anti-foreign party. The.fact that a
tribute of rice is regularly shipped up
the Yang Tse Klong proves that tho
viceroys are still supporting the
SIYS RUSSIA'S POLICY
HiS BEEil AH OPEN ONE
NEW YORK, Oct. 19.-In a long di-
Ptch from Yalta, Russia, near which
Place tho ezar is 6tayvug, a correspondent
tho Herald quotes a high Russian
who sees the czar daily and Is fully
conversant with the emperor's views, on
tjje Chinese situation. This official asked
ttlat hiB name be not sent, hut the tone
the dispatch leavea little doubt that it
is Count JLam&dorff, the newly created
fnwter of foreign atfalrs of Russia. The
official bald of the Russian policy towards
"I defy anyone to show that Russia has
viated iu any respect from the policy
lich has been announced, and which is
gren quite openly in the Russian proa.
Wnat Russia underfoot to do she did.
3jer policy has been openly and perfectlj
tipple Trom the first.
V'So far from having designs upon Manchuria,
Russia's frontier in that part was
nfct properly protected. We were so unprepared
that we had to submit to being-attached
and bombarded. Does that look
lifte our b"icg prepared to annex
"Just look at our country. Can any-
Jie who knows this country imagine for
moment that Russia is in want of ad-
tional territory How can any thinking
reon entertain such a view? Russia is
nte content with what she has. got.
hat she has she wjshes time to de?
V '"If the other powers, one or any -of
Jem, wore to think it right to push
and annex Chinese territory, then
Huesia would have to come in and hold
br own. That is not what Russia wishes.
Such a policy would only bo forced uoon
NEW YORK. Oct -10. The Chines
rebels are strongly established with headquarters
at Wai Chu, says tr Hongkong
digpitch to the Herald. Their leaders,
who are apparently disciples of Kang Yu
Wei, have issued a manifesto jiroclaiminx
that China is. completely at the mercy of
her foes, for whkh the mandarins are entirely
responsible. Everything is quist on
the British frontier. The rebels have
gone north toward Canton.
LONDON, Oct 19. A special dispatch
3V tT a t J
It tones up the njerves and muscles and thus makes weak
men strong. There no mvBferv about it: vou can satisfv
yourself by a five minutes' inspection of the appliance that it
is tho naturaL application .of Nature's great remedy for L
tism: luxntiago, vaneocele, nervous debility (however caused),
weakness, kidney and bladde troubles. TJiere is no belt
made equal -to- the SANDEN. In 1899, 8,000 meu and
women were cured by it. YOU can.Ie one of the thousands
to be cured this year. Special attachments for ladies.
book tells all about it, and is sent free to
any address. -Consultation and advice free. Office hours
9 to 6; Sundays, 10 to 1.
NEVER SOLD IN
DR. A. T.
Corner Market St and Grant
Xs4v to Talk
PEK1N. O- 15. via Oct.
IT. via Shanghai. Oct. 17. Prince Ghisc
and Li Hoar Chan: have addffseed a
joint ret:nr of ti toreiga envoys. Sxiny
SttariLty fs th first seetia; ta di--
I etas th cnmiitlcns of peace.
LONDON.. ct. IT. Tk Chiaew
iater here ats that peace oecotiatioc
hav actually begun at Pekin, "between
the p2oipotetiaxie and the representatives
.of the powers, ia the
Yamen bnildizcs which bve bea given
or to the Chisese for that purpose.
Hofcefclohe Steps Out.
BBRL1N. Oct. 17. Prince voa
lbe has resigned the chancellorship and
Count von Undo has been appointed ia
his stead. Const von Buelo has also been
Tisian minister, president
and foreign minister
Although rumors had been current for
several days that Prince Hohenlobe
to retire, little credence was given
to any of them, since such reports had
returned periodically for several years
past. The reasons which induced the
prince to inst upon retiring were, ia
the itialn. his rapidly growing infirmities
and his distinct disapproval of the
person.il policy in China.
Kruger Embarks for Holland.
Lorenzo Marque, Oct 19. Mr.
was taken secretly an board the
Du.ch cruiser Geldorland at 5 o'clock
this ni.rning. This vessel will take Mr.
Krtiger to Holland.
The rwson given forMr. Kruger3
embarkation was that he feared the
Boers here would attack him. The
feeling of the refugees against Kruger
for fleeing from the country is very
strong. The party drove through tho
Custom House and embarked from the
custom pier instead of from tho passenger
It is reported that the Geldorland will
It Happened in a Drug Store.
"One d'ly. last winter a lady came to
my drug store and asked for a brand
of till?! j medicine that I did not have in
stok," says Mr. C. R. Grandln. the
popular druggist of Ontario, N. Y. "She
was disappointed and wanted to know
uhat cough preparation I could recommend.
I said to her that I could freely
recommend Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy and that site could take a bottle of
the remedy aru after giFing it a fair trial
if she did not find it wotth the money to
baing back tire bottle and I would refund
the price paid. In the course of a
day or two the lady came tack in company
with a friend in need of a cough
medicine and advised her to buy a bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I con
sider that a very good recommendation
of the remedy." The remedy owes its
great popularity and extensive sale in a
lirffe measure to the personal recommendations
of people who have been cured by
it use. It is for side by Benson, Smith
A Co., genoraL agents, Territoty of
Old papers for sale at this office.
ROCK FOR BALLAST.
( "White and Black Sand
i Iu Quantities to Snit.
Excavating Contracted For.
Coral and Soil For Sale.
6Dump Carts furnished by
the day on Hour's Notice.
U E. HITCHCOCK.
Bethel St, next to P. O.
PACIFIC TRMSFER GO
S87 Kins St., "t to Bailey's
EXPRESS WAGONS, DRATS, LUMBER
WAGONS Ain DUMP
ALWAYS ON HAND.
TRUNKS, FURNITURE ajto SAFES
TziTtrasx - - - Main 86
-- - - - --
To the weakened and emaciated
parts, insured by a current
of electricity, is. in a nutshell,
the secretof the cures affected
hy . . .
tgoo Model, . Broad Cell.
Ave., San Fraociaco. Cat
.. . fc.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
NEAK POST OFFICE"
OFFER FOR SALE
A beautiful piece of property,
corner Beretania and Punchbowl
Houpe and lot, Kawniahao
House andlot and one store,
A fine corner lot, coruor
nnd Wilder Avenue.
Lot 75140, Pawna Tract, facing
House ami lot on Walkiki
Four desirable lots, Kalihi
NEAR POST OFFICE.
WILLARD E. BROWN.
Member Honolaln Stock Exchange.
Four beautiful lot. Kaplolaul
Lot'lOOxlW, Kawaiahuo street.
1 2-10 acre on Kapahuln
19 years' lease and stxjmodorn
cottaffse, 5 minutes walk from
land at Kollht uoar
W. O. Irwin's property.
LotSOxOS, at Kalihi. t'7
Lot 100x210. Kcwalo streot.
House and lot, Kawaiahao t
House and lot, Lanewal Btreet. a
For further particulars apply
& VIVAS. nms
r. 'i: : Tf HALSTB J51 M
'.4i' 4 VM
Manager 'ftc '
Money Loaned on
H. H. WILLIAMS,
xiob uuuaingt joe. 034-030 v : Tpkonts
X new line of B ABIES' 0RD3S, CRADLES and OARBlAOlfi
Parlor, Bedroom and Dining Fnrniture.
Special attention paid to Undertaking aad :
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE
.tor one month eajy in. an IIbn mioi.iuii v.-
Saturday, September 29, 1900
Bargains in Orau Clotk (rioos colora), Haodkawaiafa
600 KIM, 2IQNMNMrSt