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LTwrupcTrnnAV afternoon, soon
i "XT 5 after 1 o'clock, there was
3 1 t
a barkentine sighted off
Koko Head. Soon
a bark made her appearance
and both the
Fearless and Eteu started
for the vessels to bring them In to
port as soon as possible. They proved
to Imj the Planter and the J. C. Glade
hich have been awaited so long
day night no doubt caught the be
calmed vessels long Iwfore it reached
horc and brought them along at a
lively rate until they were sighted
from Diamond Head lookout station.
If the winds keep up as they were
blowing yesterday there Is no doubt
but today and In fact the rest of this
week will see the arrival of all the
lone delayed vessels. This will make
lively times on the front again and
big work for the two tugs. At the
present time there are due here a
groat many vessels from the Coast
IxirtK and Newcastle. Europe and the
East- From San Francisco the Aloha,
W. G. Irwin. S. C. Allen, Andrew
Welch, St. Katherine and
Ala are all out more
than twenty days. The Gleaner,
Prince Albert and James Nesmith are
out from Newcastle long enough to be
due to arrive at any time. From New
York the Henry Failing Is out 217
days, but she put into the Falkland
Islands, leaking, and was delayed
thoro a long time. The Jabez
Howes. Amelia, John C. Potter
Jnboz Howos. Amelia, John C. Potter
and A. J. Fuller are all out from Ta
coma from 34 to 39 days. With this
Hoot due to arrive at any time, the
harbor, which for the last week has
beon almost empty and the wharfs
as far as deep water vessels
arc concerned, will presont a much
mora animated appearance and there
will bo the usual howl for wharf room
that thoro always is during the busy
Captain Schroeder's Report.
Captain Seaton Schrocder, naval
governor of Guam, has made n report
to the navy department in regard to
the conditions on the iBlnnd. Ho says
that the general order relating to naval
hospitals appears to have already
produced a desirable -effect and result.
Early in August a committee was
appointed, consisting of two coaimls
sloned olllcers of the navy and the
treasurer of Guam, to examine into
and report on the existing laws, regulations
nnd customs relating to the
for or all kinds, such as civil and
criminal court fees, fees for licenses,
passports, judges' certificates, etc,
with a view to possibly amending and
codifying the laws and simplifying
tho modes of procedure. The report
of this board will soon be coranlctod.
Governor Schroeder says that it appears
quite possible that in some
classes the use of the revenue stamp
may prove a convenient method of
imposing a tax upon documents, in
lieu of the present system of collecting
a fee in money.
He says that tho health of tho command
remains good, and that tho erection
of the ice plant progresses satisfactorily.
"During the recent bad weather
here," says tho governor, "which lasted
two weeks, several sailing craft in
the harbor were in more or less danger
at times. Tho small British ketch
Frolic went on a reef, but was gotten
off by tho Yosemlte's boats and moved
to a moro sheltered part of the harbor.
On Septembor 11th the American
brlgnntlne J. D. Sprcckels also fouled
a Chinese schooner, carrying away the
lattcr's headgear nnd her own
and went on a reef. She signaled
for assistance, which was
promptly answered by Lieutenant
Mayer, at the time in command of the
Yosemltc and the boats of tho ship,
with kedges, warped her Into a secure
berth. The agent of the Western
. American Company, owners of the
Sprcckels, Is alive to the services rendered
by tho officers and men of the
Yosemito, and recognising that he
nnni.i nnt for them, very hand-
tomely offered to deposit 5100 to the
credit of any service Institution I
should name, which offer I felt constrained
to decline, although appreciating
It. Tho Sprcckels sailed
'for San Francisco on tho 13th.
The army transport Siam arrived
hero on September Hth. bringing
mall and certain supplies for yards
and docks, and sailing for Manila on
tho following day."
An Advertiser Fake.
If the roan who jumped from a port
hold of the China on Tuesday evening
"perrormcl the feat at tho time the Advertiser
said he did there would have
been no kindly native around to have
hauled him out of the water, as at
about 10:30 o'clock the liner was a
good many miles from Honolulu on
her way to the far East.
As a matter of fact, the China lett
the wharf at exactly 9:35 p. m. Tuesday
night A moment before that Captain
Seabury, who had been standing
at the foot of the gangway with the
agent of the vessel, went aboard and
tho cancway was lowered and the ves
sel began to move. Nobodr but the'
pilot left tho vessel after the captain
boarded her. The forward port, which
the Advertiser said the man jumped
from just as It was being dosed, had
been closed and sealed for about four
hours before the steamer left the dock
and the ports through which coal was
taken wore closed at 0:1a p. m or
twenty minntes before the vessel lett
The Custom House men on the
wharf at the time the China sailed deny
that the valise of a man was
searched. In fact they say that no
man got off. the vessel after the gang
.. , , , ,,.,. was
as the vessel was pulling out,
scared back on board. The story of
the saving of the drowning man
which, had it happened, would have
been reported in the Republican as all
the news of the water front is reported,
was a yarn out of whole cloth
without any foundation for a pipe
uream. It was a good front pac;
space filler ana was oeuei
than another dream lately published
in the same paper about the Zealandia
shooting off sky rockets and burning
colored lights to announce to the readers
of the Advertiser hours before any
one else knew anything about the
election of McKinley and Roosevelt.
But, like that, it was a wild fake.
Over the Telephone.
It is wonderful how distinctly a familiar
voice can be recognized it
times over the telephone.
The Kauai leaving laBt evening took
a deckload of machinery for Kekaha
The stcamor Hawaii did not get
away yesterday. She will sail on
Friday at 3 p. m.
Tho ship A. G. Ropes arrived in
New York on the 16th inst. She left
here on July 14th.
Tho Planter is at the Railroad wharf
getting ready to discharge her heavy
deckload of machinery.
The gasoline schooner Eclipse from
Hawaii and Maui ports arrived yesterday,
with a big deckload of cattle.
The Iwalani was late In getting
away last evening, as in turning over
the machinery a rope became en
tangled in the propeller and It took
some time to disentangle it.
When the Kinau is laid up for her
overhauling in a couple of weeks
among tho repairs will be the replacing
of her old tail shaft with a new
The Mariposa, with two days mail
and a big lot of passengers, is due
this morning from San Francisco. She
will probably leave in the afternoon
for the Colonies.
Tho steamer Kaiulani made a fly
Ing trip from Hilo arriving a little after
one yesterday. She left again for
tho "Rainy City" at 4 o'clock, taking
Mr. H. B. Gehr, on whose account she
made the trip.
The tug Eleu towed the J. C. Glade
from sea, yesterday. She went way
to Koko Head for her. The Fearless,
which started first, took the Planter,
as she was nearest, but she was picked
up way around tho point.
The Niihau was sent to Kaunakakai
last evening to load the machinery of
the American Sugar Co.'s mill and
take it to McBryile. Since the storm
a force of jnen has been employed
getting the cases and parts of the mill
out of the mud ready for shipment.
The steamer Helene is expected at
any time now from Laysan Island,
where she went some time ago for a
load of guano. It is thought that as
she has not already returned that she
was delayed in her operation of loading
by the rough south weather
The Planter, which arrived yesterday
from San Francisco, after a voyage
of twenty-eight days, was one of
the lucks ones. She had no live stock
to worry abouL Head and light and
baffling winds were met all the way
from San Francisco which accounts
for her very long trip.
The German bark Glade, which arrived
last evening after a long voyage
of 145 days from Bremen, got to
the harbor too late to enter and so
was obliged to anchor outside for the
nighU She met with a succession ot
calms, after getting around the Horn
and so was delayed.
The James Makee. with Captain
Haglund in command, towed the
schooner Fannie Adele to the Railroad
wharf, yesterday, to take a load
ot coal. It was tho first time in several
months that the genial superintendent
of tho Inter-Island Company
had his hand on a bell pull.
Wednesday. November 2S.
- Str Waialcalet Green, from Kauai:
3.000 bags K. S. M. sugar to Hackfeld
Com 5 packages sundries.
Sen Fannie Adele, Piltz, from Kauai.
Sen Eclipse, Townsend. from Mau
and Kona ports.
Bkt Planter, McNeill. 2S cdays from
Ger bk J. a Glade, Stege. 145 days-from
Str Kaiulani. Mitchell, from Hilo.
Wednesday. November 2S.
Str Iwalani, Gregory, for
Honokaa and Lahalna.
Str Kauai, Bruhn, for Eleele and
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Diamond Head Signal Station, 10
wind light, NS.
p. m. Weather clear;
MOVEMENTS Or STEAMERS.
Steamers iue and to sail for the
next thirty ?ays are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
DORIC San Francisco Dec 3
ZEALAND1A San Francisco. Dec. 10
NIPPON MARU San Fran.. .Dec i.3
5nn FraneSco Dec IS
nnJ nniimiRlv hv consignees. The L.ay Jct down. a Chinaman tried Rib DE JANEIRO-San Fran.Dec 11
trade wind which began late Qnc of the stcm Dec -!2
be- nnivriPonn Vmn nc 29
ZEALANDIA San Pran Jan. 2
Steamers For. Depart.
RIO DE JANEIRO San Fran.Nov. CO
COPTIC! San Francisco Dec S
ZEALANDIA San Fran Dec 14.
AMERICA MARU San Fran .Dec 25
M 10 WERA Victoria Dec 19
ALAMEDA San Fran Dee. 20
Pfivn CSnn Vmn DeC 25
GAELIC San Fran Jan. 1
A government transport from ban I
carrying mail, is due about the Stli
and 'SUi of each month.
Str Kaiulani, Mitchell, for Hilo.
Str Niihau, Thompson, for
From Kauai, per str Waiajeale, Nov.
2Sf W. G. Taylor, E. McCImuUaml six
on deck. m3m C
From Hilo, per str KuuIanP. Mr.
Per str Kaiulani. for Hilo, Nov. 28
H. B. Gehr, Mr. Soule.
Per str Iwalani, for Maui. Mrs
Frank Bergstrom and children.
Per str Kauai, for Kauai Mr. Sou
BRUHN In Honolulu, November 27,
1900, to the wife of Captain "V. C.
Bruhn, a son.
FARR In Honolulu. November 27.
tn tli wiff nf Georsro Fafr. a
BAILEY In this city, November 2Sth,
1900. to the wife of D. T. Bailey, a
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
be 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 the
total premiums paid would be
included in the amount then
due and payable to your beneficiary?
I. R. Burns, Resident
Manager, New Magoon building.
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Oceanic Steamship Company
DUffEY & ENGLAND
PLUMBING AND SEWERAGE.
A Full Line
of Plumbing Goods
121 Hotel Street, Arlington Annex.
Bepairing Work Promptly Attended to
TELEPHONE MAIN 323.
RIO DE JANEIRO . .
AMERICA MARU ...
NIPPON MARU ....
Brooklyn, at all times.
Tie sieasnas of thts line will arrir
FROM SAX FKAXCISCO.
Alaascda - Fefa- 9
Ventura. Feb. 19
AiiEeiia .. -
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. "Mostly fools," those who ruin
their constitutions by the use of drugs. "Mostly fools," those who
DR. A, T. SANDEN,
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 applied
by Dr. Sanden's Electric Belt
(patent, 1200 ModeL. Broad Celi)
will cure such as Rheumatism,
Lumbago, Sciatica. Gout. Varicocele, Dropsy, Kidney Complaints,
Nervous and General Debility, Paralysis, Epilepsy, Insomnia. Dr.
Julius 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 lor ladies.)
Send for my useful book, free. Office Hours, 9 to 6; Sunday?
10 tol. Consultation and advice ree. ever sold in drug stores.
METER SOU) IN DRUB STORES.
Csrscr JUvfef Street tad Grin
Are, Sta Francisco. CaL
.DEC 21 AMERICA MARU
DEC. 29 PEKING
JAN. 5 GAELIC
JAN. 15 HONGKONG MARU
JAN. 23 CHINA
. JAN. 31 DORIC
FEB. S NIPPON MARU ....
FEB. 16 RIO DE JANEIRO
For further particulars, apply to
cTrV jC Vt, .,-,??
e aaI leave ibis port as fcereawkr:
FOR SAX FRAXCIbCO.
In connection with tbe nili of th e Reamers the ant are prcH
xvAtts by radmad i
empo n. throuh
to inc. to Intending pmnw.
State, and irom Xew l.ork ,by any
Son Francwto all pointn In the United
bteajnship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS OCILVNIC S. S. CO.
Pacific- Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental S.S. Co. and Toyo Risen HaisHa
will call at Honolulu and leave this
Steamers of the above companies
port on or about the dates below mentioned r
, , San Francisco.
For Japan and China. For s"
DORIC DEC. 6 RIO DE JANEIRO -".-;.-
NIPPON MARU i-- -" Vi " ; ". DEC.
. DEC. 25
. JAN. 1
. JAN. S
. JAN. IS
. JAN. 2G
.. FEB. 2
. FEB. 12
FEB. 2G COPTIC
AMERICA MARU MARCH 1
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION, APPLY TO
rt. Hrachfeld & 6ov Ltd.
American-Hawaiian S.S. Go.
Direct Service Between New York,
Pacific Coast and Hawaiisn Islands.
S. S. AMERICAN has left New York for this port via San Francisco,
Tacoma. Seattle and Nanaimo, on October 30th
S S HAWAIIAN will be dispatched from New York on or before December
and Nanaimo, en route to
30th for San Francisco, Puget
Hn22!, ronoivod at Company's wharf, Forty-second street. South
ft. & Co., Ltd.
Royal Mail Line-
Steamers of the above line, running in connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RVILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
S. "W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu, and Brisbane, Q., arc
On or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.f
For Brisbane, Q., and Sydney.
MIOWERA JAN- 19
AORANGI : FEB. 16
WARRIMOO MARCH 10
MIOWERA APRIL 13
WARRIMOO JUNE S
From Sydney, Brisbane, Q.,
For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.
MIOWERA DEC. 19
AORANGI JAN. 1C
WARRIMOO FEB. 13
MIOWERA MARCH 13
AORANGI APRIL 10
WARRIMOO MAY 8
MIOWERA JUNE 5
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EUrFor freight una passage, and all general information, apply to
10. 1. DIHES & CO., LTD., Gil AGENTS.
ROCK FOR BALLAST.
"White and Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit
Excavating Contracted For.
Coral and Soil For Sale.
jSefDump Carts furnished by
the day on Hour's Notice.
H. Pw HITCHCOCK.
Cartwright Bldg. Tel. Main GS
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Clans Spreckels Tirst Vice-Pres.
W. M. Gitfard Second Vice-Pres.
H.3I. Whitney, Jr ... . Treas. ArSec't
Geo.W.Bos3 . Auditor,
AGJDJTS TOR THE
Oeeanic Steamship Co.
Of8n Fnmciaoo. CaL
Honolulu Dairymen's Association,
Fmi Eitu, ilk u Butter Daily
A new line ot BABIES CRIBS, CRADLES and CARRIAGES.
Parlor, Bedroom and Dining Furniture.
Special attention raid to Undertaking ami Embalming.
WHIPS WHIPS WHIPS
Per S. S. Queen 75 dozen o
whips of all styles and grades
Prices irom 25 cents to $10.
Dozen lots at reduced prices.
We also received a full lino
of Harness Supplies.
Town Office Fort Street Tclophqno, GU9.
Milk Depot-Sheridan Street. Tel. Wliife 241
J. B- TrSTUOHr Manager.
City Furniture Store
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager
Love Building, Nos. 534-536 : : : : Telephone 846
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NO. KJ9, KING STREET
P. O. BOX 7J1
In colored Panoramic Views of Oaliu and
Hawaii mounted and unmounted
or framed in the . . . . . .
frames Umt are produced in tho world.
Do not purchabo n Christmas Present
until you have seen our stock.
Hronollilu Photo Supply G0.5JL
Christmas i$ coming !
Perhaps we're n bit premnturo iu tho abovo
statement, but wo want torolieeyou of needless
worry as to what to buy.
Come down to thu storo. It's full
and ornamental thinjjs that will help you
to decide many voxatious questions.
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LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS
LADIES PICTORIAL. ETC.
j FOR CHRISTMAS, 1900
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For Sale oy
HAWAIIAN NEWS GO,
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Pmdy & Baron
repair Shop. Snip umall
Schooner's. Scows built, reimiriil '
and rented. '
SUOP IUnc. Honolulu, T II
Telerhono 906. PJU IV 'X J"
Hawaiian Ballasting Co.
NO. 16, QUEEN .ST.
"Curbing, Black and
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