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Fearless on a Cruise.
Tho tug Foarloss started out to look
for tho bark St. Katherlno yesterday
morning. The China sighted a bark
on tho way hero the day before she
arrived and it is though that the
was the long overdue bark. Special
anxiety is felt for her on account
of her large deckload of hogs and poultry
and as the weather she has on-countered
on the way has been very
baffling and hot the owners of the
stock are anxious to have the vessel
get into port anT the stock ashore before
they all die of heat or lack tf
water. The St. Knthcrlne is out.
twenty-nine days today and the Planter
and W. G. Irwin, each having live
stock and poultry aboard, are out respectively
twenty-eight and twenty-seven
The Archer was on tho boards .to
leave San Francisco on tho 20th for
The James Makeo brought 2570 baps
of Lihuu plantation sugar which wont
to the Bryant in the stream.
On tho last trip up the Mariposa
made the run. to San Francisco in 6
"rx"'xnERE was no seed of the
fp J doepwater ships to make
JL $ the water front lively yes
terday. Nearly all the
steamers or the local
were at work load
ins or discharging and the
''him at the Pacific Mail wharf feept
. freight handlers and coal passers
i .ay mttil ahe got away, a little
re 10 o'clock. She took a good many
;aaaegeni from this place who bad
here to lay over tickets and she
ll be comfortably JIHod until
nn to reached, where a good many
f ber through jfesaengers leave her.
The Wg traac ikk ' Sheridan got awar
ary yesterday morning for Manila
f'irect. She would have left Monday,
i it coeld not coal quick enough.
There has been something the matter
tth the natives coaling at the Pa-
iflc Mail and Navy docks lately.
They do not seem to want to work as
fant as heretofore and string a job oat
a. long as possible. There was a good
lical of kicking by the officers of the
China yesterday at the length of time
it took to get the amount of coal
aboard, but the kicks did no good.
Tho mon would only work so fast and
nothing that could be said to them
Rould make them hanahana any quicker.
Tho James Makee, from Kauai, with
some sugar for the Bryant and the
Niihau, with H. A. sugar for the Cur-Us,
arrived early yesterday. The Make
will be laid up for a short time
while she receives a thorough overhauling
and has alterations made
which will greatly enlarge her carrying
capacity. Her cabin which Is at
present below will be moved to the
main dock and she will be remodeled
as was tho Niihau. It will be probably
thrtM or four weeks before she is
ready for work ngain. When she goes
back on tho Kauai run she will be like
a new boat. The Mauna Loa went on
the marine railway yesterday when
the Iwnlani came off. The latter
is on the boards to sail fo La
halnn. Honoknn and Kukuihaele this
afternoon at I o'clock. The Kauai
will also sail this afternoon for Kauai
a- she was dolaycd yesterday In getting
Tho fact was clearly demonstrated
xihterdny that tho Hall is much too
small a boat for the Mauna IakCs
nto. She had freight offered that
was a little late that could not be taken
for lack of room, lior passenger
accommodations were filled to overflowing
The Miknhala took a very large cargo
of genoral merchandise yesterday
on her trip to Kauai. Her passenger
room was also sold early in tho day
and in the afternoon mattresses were
at a premium. She went on the Hall's
mute am. got away a little after ."
Captain Tullett of tho Makee mot
with a surprise yesterday morning
wtien ho arrived from the Garden Isle
and was ordered to take out the Ke
u Hon instead of captain Olesen. It
wns intended to send the little steamer
out In command of Olesen this tr'p.
but as he is needed badly to look out
fur the overhauling of the Mauna Loa
ho was hold back this trip to take tho
vowel on hor next run to Kauai.
The British Pteamer Almond Branch
arrived and nnchorod off the harbor
yesterday morning to nwaM order?.
She is under charterto ' United
States Government as a storo
and is on hor way to Manila ir
China. Orders are oxpocted in the
Mariposa tomorrow and when they arrive
tho vossol will ;aU.
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Bl V V
T i .X
Hf xm -
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a ofl wax
to Honolulu tonight marks another
step forward in the development of
Tacoraa's commerce Her cargo will
consist of about 300 tons of general
merchandise from this port- Two car
loads of beer and a carload of appljs
are among the consignments. For the
present the Thompson will be- the on
ly boat on the run. making one trip
each month. She win go to Seattle
tonight to finish her cargo and sail
from there tomorrow evening.
SYDNEY In port, Oct. 23. bkt ChaS.
F. Crocker for Honolulu; ship Januns
Drummond for Honolulu: ship M. I
Grace for Honolulu; bk Seminole for
NEWCASTLE. Aus, In port, Oct.
J3: bkt Chehalis. for Honolulu; Ur
5hip Falls of Garry, for Honolulu; Nor
bk Fantasi for Honolulu; bkt Jane L.
Stanford for Honolulu; bkt Robert
Sudden for Honolulu; Gcr ship Holaud
Tuesday, November 27.
U. S. Army transport Almond
Branch, Andersou, from Portland m
route to Manila with supplies (called
Sir Jancs Makee, Tullett, from Ha
Str Niihau, Thompson," from Hawaii.
Tuesday, November 27.
S. S. China, Seabury, for China and
U. S. Transport Sheridan, Piercs,
Gas sch Surprise, for Nawiliwili,
.'.leele. Koloa, Waimea, Makaweli and
Str V. G. Hall, Thompson, for Lu-
haina, Kona and Kau.
Str Mikahala, Pedersen, for Nawiliwili,
Koloa. Makaweli, Waimea and
Str Noeau, Wyman, for Makaweli
'Str Ke Au Hou, Tullett, "for
Ahukini, Annhola, Kealia.-
Str Kinau. Parker, for Hilo and way
Str Claudinc, Lane, for Kahului and
Str Lehua, Bennett, for Molokii
ports and Lahaina.
Str Kilauea Hou, Mitchell, for
Tug Fearless, Brokaw, on cruise.
Str J. A. Cummins, Searle, for Oahu
Str Iwalani, for Lahainn, Honokaa
md Kukuihaele, at 4 p. m.
Str Kauai, for Eleele and Hanapepe
it 4 p. m.
Per str James Makee, from Kauai,
Nov. 27. Mr. E. C. Brown and S deck.
Per str Niihau, from Hawaii, Nov.
27. F. E. Greenwell, Miss Jones. Mr.
Wniau and 3 deck.
ARRIVED FROM HAWAII.
At San Francisco. Nov. 19, bk Irm-
parti. 1C days from Honolulu.
At San Francisco, Nov. 19, bk Edward
May, is days from Honolulu.
At Delawnro Breakwater, Nov. 15.
ship Luzon, from Kahului July 3d.
At San- Francisco, Nov. 17, bk Amy
Turner, 24 days from Honolulu .
SAILED FOR HAWAII.
From Seattle, Nov. 19. str Elihu
Thompson, for Honolulu.
From San Francisco. Nov. IS, bkt WT
H. Dimond, for Honolulu.
From Port Townsend. Nov. 17, bkt
Quickstep, for Kahului.
From San Francisco. Nov. IS, sen
Rosamond, for Honolulu.
Per P. M. S. S. China, for the Orient,
Nov. 27. W. II. Ray, Mrs. M. E: Haskell
and 2 children. B. F. and H. 1L
norsoy. Mrs. IV P. Case. H. S.t Loe-head,
M. Botkin and -wife. Otto W.
Heim, R. Lyons. Mrs. E. B, a Wallace.
Per str Claudine. for Maui ports.
Nov. 27. Mrs. H. a Ovenden and 2
children. Mrs. W. G. Ogg. Dr. J. H.
Raymond. AV. W. Ricker, Noah
J. H. Wilson, S. E. Lucas, G.
H. Bailey and wife. Wm. Pokim. M.
Kuai, W T. McConkey and wife, F. .
Berminghani. W. A. McKay, Mrs. Poni,
M. Keohokalole. S. Fukoda, Miss E.
Chamberlain. Root- Shingle, A. Jones,
E. C. Campbell. W. A. Hardy,P. J.
tiencastre and wire. Fr. Liberte. Fr.
days. 7 3-1 hours. She was detained! Maximann. Fr. Julian. Ft. Stephens.
bill three hours in
The steamer Niihau from Kaib-n.
Hawaii brought 45SS H. A. sugar and
74 head of cattle for the MetropoliUa
Meat Co. The Nlihau's sugar goes to
Tim Hongkong Maru due on Jann
ary Sth from Yokohama, will arrive on
January lOUi. 19QL Two dajs late.
She will bo delayed on account of
some order of the Japanese government
TACqpor. 14. The sailing tf
the ElllwiThoapBon on her first trip
Per str Kir.au, for Hilb and wav
sxjrts, Nov. 7. Chas, Hanai. Mr.
.awahi. "Miss Cockmann, J. A. Mc-
Candless. E. .V. Boukolpsky, J. B. Collins,
a Buffett, Jas. Broyre. R. HI
Long. Mrs. Okumura, Miss G. J. McCarthy,
Howard Hitchcock, J. J. Sullivan,
Geo. Robinson. A. Lidgate. X
Bronner. Mrs. E. Lidgatc, Adam Lindsay,
H. Hugo. Mrs. A. Hornerr A. G.
Serrao, Mrs. Pritchard, Captain Ahl-born.
H. P. King.
Per str W. G. Hall, for Maul and
Hawaii ports. Nor. 27. R. E.
Miss Mabel Coerper, E. a Wil
son, Father John, W. A. Wall, Miss
Tailor, R. DaUu; J. Phillips. E. a
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xistTlih a 7J1C &.zn.
Steamer"- ne and to sail for the
next thirty 73ys are as follows:
Steamers Prom. Dae.
MARIPOSA San Francisco ..Nor. 7
Francisco Dec 3
ZEALANDLV San Francisco. Dec. 10
NIPPON MARU San Fran... Dec Z
5ERRA San Francisco Dec IS
RIO DE JANEIRO San Fran-Dec U
WARRIMOO Victoria Dec 22
COPTIC San Fran Dec 29
ZEALANDIA San Fran Jan. 2
Steamers For. Depart-
RIO DE JANEIRO San Fran. Nov. 30
COPTIC San Francisco Dec S
ZEALANDIA San Fran Dec 14
AMERICA MARU San Fran .Dec 15
MIOWERA Victoria Dec 19
ALAMEDA San Fran Dec 20
EKING San Fran Dec 25
GAELIC San Fran Jan. 1
A government transport from San
carrying mail, is due about the Sth
and 23d of each month.
Beard, Miss Beard, Father Victor,
james Cowan, P. Besser, Miss
Father Beault, H. Wiigeroth,
Mrs. Win. Davis, C Meiuecke, Mrs.
Junius Kaae, C. K. Tewt.
Per str Mikahala. for Kauai, Nov.
27. A. S. Wilcox. Miss Wilcox, Luis
Almeida, W. H. Tell, Mr. McLean, .
Cropp, P. Thit, Louis McKeague and
wife. Father Atfelbert, J. Goldstein, K.
W. Russell. E. de Lacy, Jos. Hogeu.
Lun Yin, Ching Sing, W. Crowell, Von
Ham Young, Wahinekaiu, J. J. Parma-lee,
E. Blake, Mrs. Kanewanui.
ARNEMANN In this city, Nov. 24,
1900, to the wife of W. H.
Flo These box parties are nothing
but gab and chatter and all that.
Joe You're right there. Take that
fellow Fitz-Corbett, for instance.
A Village Blacksmith Saved His Little Son's
Mr. H. II. Black, the well known village
blacksmith at Grahamsvillo, Stilli
van county, N. Y.t says: "Our little son
o years old, has always been subject t
croup, , and so bad have the attacks been
that we have feared .many times that lie
would die. We have had the doctor and
ucd many medicines, but Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is now our sole reliance-It
seems to dissolve the tough mucus ami
by giving frequent doses when the eroup.
symtoms appear we have found that tin
dreaded croup is cured before it gets set
tled." There is no danger in giving
for it contains no opium or'othoi
injurious drug and may be given as con
fidcutly to a babe as to an adult. For
ale by Benson, Smith & Co., general
agents, Territory of Hawaii.
Do you know that an Endowment
Bond in the Provident
Savings Life -assurance Society
combines protection and investment,
and at the end of twenty
years the principal sum would
he paid to you in cash, with accumulated
profits, and in event
of death during the premium
paying term, a cash addition to
the principal sum assured, representing
a return of from thirty
to ninety per cent of tho
total premiums paid would be
included in the amount then
due and payable to your beneficiary?
I. R. Burns, Resident
Manager, New Magoon building.
np a r QA MnuAi
J M M. , WUIlW
Oceanic Steamship Company
The stnaaers of this Jjn wHi arrir e aad leave ink fort as hercuedtr :
"" FROM SAX FRANCISCO! FOR SAX FRAXCISCoT
Sterra .-... ....Nor. 27 Zeaktsdut ....... i Dwell
Zestlaaiiia ...DeevlO Alameda .iLVss. iS)
JLsriposa .Dc 19
Zcalandia ..........Jan. 2
Sonozaa ..Jan. S
Alameda V"..,fri....Jan. ID
Jxerra... ...T . ..Jan. 23
Alameda Feb. 9
Venters .n Feb 19
Alameda . Mch. 2
For Japan and China.
.NIPPON MARU DEC.
RIO DE JANEIRO DEC.
;.-,.- ; -a-
-" MOSTLY FOOLS!
Said Carlyle, grimly, of the peoples of the earth, and "mostly fools"
say we, today, of those who hesitate when health, wealth and happiness
depend upon prompt action. "Mo.stly fools," those who ruin
their constitutions by the use of drugs, "Mostly fools," those who
refuse to take advantage of nature's
own remedy, "Mostly
fools," the young, middle-aged
and old men and women, who
suffer from any of the countless
ills which Electricity, as appliel
by Dr. Sanden's Electric Belt
(patent; 1900 Model. Broad Cell)
will care such as Rheumatism,
Lumbago,, Sciatica. Gout. Varicocele, Dropsy, Kidney Complaints,
Nervous and General Debility, Paralysis, Epilepsy, Insomnia. Dr.
Julias Althaus, M. D. (Berlin). F. R.C. P. (England), says he has
known- men prematurely aged, to look ten years younger after thi
treatment. Special attachments for ladies.
Send for my useful book, free. Office Hours, 9 to C; Sundays
10 to 1. Consultation and advice" rec Never sold in drug stores.-
. . KEVER SOLD IN DRUG STORES.
Ceracr Stxket Street aai Gna.
Are Sta FramciscOrjCtL
mpi. ipiiy npi
Zealandia .....................Jan. 5
Sierra ........... .... .Jan. S
Alaaeda ......................Jan. 23
Mariposa C . ;..3an. 31
Ahuseda .................... .Feb. 13
Socotaa .............. ...i... Jeb. 19
, . Ventura - .....Apr. 2
In connection with the sallicr of th e atove traniers the agents are prepawl
to Lsae, to ia!engers. coupo n through tickets by any railroad froai
San Francisco., to all points in the Unite d States, and from New York by any
steamship lin to all European ptrts.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
WM. G. IRWIN & CO,
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental S.S. Go. and Toyo Kisen Kaisba
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave this
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
For San Francisco.
5 RIO DE JANEIRO NOV.
13 COPTIC DEC.
21 AMERICA MARU DEC.
COPTIC : DEC. 25 PEKING DEC. 25
AMERICA MARU JAN. 5 GAELIC .... JAN. 1
PEKING JAN. 13 HONGKONG MARU JAN. S
GAELIC JAN. 23 CHINA JAN. IS
HONGKONG MARU JAN. 31 DORIC JAN. 26
CHINA FEB. S NIPPON MARU FEB. 2
DORIC -- FEB. 16 RIO DE JANEIRO FEB. 12
NIPPON MARU FEB. 26 COPTIC FEB. 19
AMERICA MARU MARCH 1
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION, APPLY TO
h. HracKfeld & Co., Ltd.
American-Hawaiian S.S. Co.
Direct Service Between New York,
Pacific Coast and
S. AMERICAN has left New York for this port
Seattle and Nanaimo, on October 30th. "ikfcs$:
S. S. 'HAWAIIAN will he dispatched from New York oh6rsbefore' December
30th for San Francisqo, Puget Sound and Nanaimo, en .route to
Freight received at Cqnipany's wharf, Forty-second street, South
Brooklyn, at all times. J.
For further particulars, apply to
Hr. & Co., Ltd.
Royal Mail Line-
Steamers of the above line, running in connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu, and Brisbane, Q., are
DUE AT HONOLULU
On or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C,
For Brisbane, Q., and Sydney.
WARRIMOO DEC. 22
MIOWERA JAN. 19
AORANGI FEB. 16
WARRIMOO MARCH 1G
MIOWERA APRIL 13
AORANGI MAY 11
WARRIMOO JUNE 8
From Sydney, Brisbane, Q.,
For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.
MIOWERA DEC. 19
AORANGI : JAN. 16
WARRIMOO FEB. 13
MIOWERA MARCH 13,
AORANGI APRIL 10
WARRIMOO MAY 8
MIOWERA ..T JUNE 5
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
For freight ana passage, and all general information, apply to
IHEO. H. MIS & CO., LTD., GENERAL AGENTS.
ROCK FOR BALLAST.
White and Black Sand
Excavating Contracted For.
Coral and Soil For Sale.
irDnmp Carts furnished by
the day on Honr's Notice.
H. R. HITCHCOCK.
Cartwright Bldg. Tel. Main G8
ui. 3. iRuif 8(;o.
Waa. Q Irwin President t Manager
Clans Spreclcels Erst
H. Ml Whitney, Jr Treas. 4 Sec'L
- AGEXTS FOB THE
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 190a
Fmk CriM. sid ktlir latir
Town Office Fort Street. TelepKone 690.
Milk Depot Sheridan Street. Tel.. White 241.
J. E. RATXiOH, Manager.
City Furniture Store
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager
Love Building, No. 534-536 : : : : Telephone 846
A new line of BABIES CKIBS, CRADLES and GAKWAGES.
Parlor, Bedroom and Dining Furniture.
Special attention paid to Undertaking and Embalming.
WHIPS WHIPS- WHIPS
Per S. S. Queen 75 dozen o
whips of all styles and grades
Prices trom 25 cents to $10.
Dozen lots at reduced prices.
We also received a lull line
of Harness Supplies.
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D. 0. HAMMAN.
NO. K, KING STREET
P. O. BOX 701
In colored Panoramic Views of Oulm nml
Hawaii mounted and
or framed in tho finest . .. . . .
frames that aro produced iu the world.
Do not purchase n Christmas Present
until vou have seen our stock. .;....
Honolulu Photo Supply Co4lL
Christmas is coming I
Perhaps we're a bit premature in tho ulove
statement, but we want to relieve you of
loss worry as to vhat to buy.
Come down to the store. It8 full of useful
and omnmeutal things help you
to decide many vexatious questions.
Place your orders
early with the Hawaiian
LONDON illustrated: news
LADIES PICTORIAL, ETcT
FOR CHRISTMAS, 1M6
Supply Just Received
HAWAIIAN NEWS Cfc
Bead tbe umMt
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BOWER'S MERCHIUITS' PITROli
Office: Room 4, ModoBlool Telephone 70S. P. O. Uox 284
Reliable and Confidential Watchmen furnished on short noti ce for
'oreff Residences, Property, Etc. First-class references funiisbi d.
Purdy & Baron
CaulkiDK, Smithine and
repair Shop. Ships wpiKhs for small
Schooner's. Scows built, repaired
lalamJ. Honululn, T. II.
Pt0. liox K2
Hawaiwi Ballasting Co.
NO. 16, QUEEN ST.
H- L. EVANS,
. - Curbing, Black and
- White Sand
Soil of all Description for
V - the Honolulu Republican.
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