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VESTERDAY afternoon, soon
ESTERDAY was Tiirkey
ua.y on ise ironu ine
additions to the vessels in
the harbor arrivins Wednesday
and yesterday took
the lonesome appearance
away as all the vessels
here bad their nags flying in honor of
ie boflday it -was comparatively
speaking naitc a gay sight.
It was not a holiday for all the people
who are Interested in shipping rs
th Mariposa was working taking coal
and discharging some small freight
at Ue Oceanic wharf, the ship Kennebec
finished discharging and moved
from the Railroad to the old
wharf to take ballast, and the St.
Kathcrine. Irwin and J. C. Glade were
orought In from outside and put at
the uptown wharfs. The steamers
Ke Ah Hou and J. A. Cummins arrived
from their regular trips to Kauai
and windward Oahu ports respectively
in time to let their crews have
their turkey dinner ashore.
The St. Kalherinc which made such
a long trip from San Francisco entered
Uie harbor early yesterday morning.
She was reported late Wednesday
evening but could not get in till
yesterday. On the way down she lost
one hundred and twenty hogs of her
deckload'of six hundred. This was on
account of the hot southerly weather
and not on account of lack of water of
which there was plenty on board. She
was hurried to the Brewer wharf as
soon as the doctor got through with
her and her hogs removed to the
The Gorman bark Glade had a very
tiresome experience in finally getting
to port after sighting land. On Sunday
last she sighted the northern end
of this island and on Monday at noon
she was about fifteen miles from land
on the other side of the pall. In getting
here the vessel had to go almost
to Hawaii which was sighted. Captain
Stegc reports a very uneventful
trip from Rremen. There was one
passonger on the voyage, a .Mr.
Jr.. son of a wealthy German
banker. Several fine dogs for Paul
Ihonbcrg were brought by Captain
The Ilttlo brig W. G. Irwin which
arrived yesterday after a tiresome
trip from San Francisco Is consigned
to F. A. Schaefcr fc Co. She has a
full cargo of general merchandise besides
a lot of Iron pipe on deck. Her
large consignment of poultry did not
suffer In the least on the long trip and
arrived in fine condition.
Sugar on Kauai.
The Ke Au Hou from Kauai yesterday
reports the following sugar left
on tne Garden Isle: II. M. 1200: L- P.
1300; Mnk. 3100; G. & It. C9; K. S. M.
1000; V. K. 200; Diamond W. 200.
Total. 7.0R9 bngs. Tho weather on
Kauai is rejKirtod good. The
was discharging at Koioa and
the Noeau at Wnimea on Wednesday.
The Kaiser Wilhelm.
NEW YORK. Nov. 22. The North
German-Lloyd line steamer Kaiser
Wilhelm der ttrosso. from Bremen,
which was looked for day before yesterday,
has been sighted off Fire Island
coming in. As the fetenmer was
passing Fire Island, she signalled
"carried away one blade of screw."
Next followed signals "Report me nil
Rain at Koolau.
Captain Searlo. of the J. A. Cummins,
which arrived from windward
yesterday says that tho Koolau district
is a wreck from the effect of the
recent hard rains. All the rice and
fish ponds In the district have been
ruined and the whole of the low land
is a waste of mud. During the big
storm the rain gauge for forty-eight
hours registered fifteen inches. This
was at Heela. At Walmalano it rained
10:10 Inches In eighteen hours.
SAX FRANCISCO, Nov. 22. Forty-one
days have already been occupied
by the new btcamer Sierra on the trip
from New York, and officials of the
Oceanic Company expect the vessel
to put In an appearance today. If they
are not disappointed the Sierra will
have beaten the best previous time
from New York by four days. Seventeen
years ago the steamer Alameda,
then new, made the trip In forty-five
days, and it has never since been
A "Frisco" Kona.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nor. 22. During
the big storm yesterday there
were lively times on the bay. Several
well-known Hawaiian vessels being
in the mlxup. The barkentine
dragged her anchors some distance
The French bark Charles Gounod
dragged her anchors and collided
with a scow, the damage being slight.
At Oakland long wharf the bark Edward
May broke from her moorings
and dashed against the opposite side
of the slip, carrying away a portion of
the railing on tho forecastle head and
slightly damaging the shed on the
wharf. The bark R. P. Rithet and the
schooner Bella, both lying at Oakland,
infted and were badly chafed. The
bark Amy Turner lost an anchor. Tha I
big ship Shenandoah, standing high
out of the water at Howard wharf 3,
lay far over, and some of the copper
sheathing on her bottom was torn
At 11 o'clock Tuesday night the
lookout at Point Lobos reported to the
Merchants' Exchange that the
had been blown away and that
no further recora could be kept of the
Telocity, which was then seventy
miles an hour.
There was a ralld lot of kick reen
tered yesterday by the Incoming:
eugers in tne Mariposa on account
of the delay in getting ashore after
the arrival of the vessel off port.
The officers of the vessel, too, were
disappointed at not being allowed to
enter on their arrival as they had done
everything to get here on timeakhongh
they left San Francisco a day late.
Once outside the Heads no time was
iost and tie coal was burned in vast
quantities to get the vessel here in
time to get away early yesterday
morning. Their efforts were knocked
in the head by the refusal of the quar
antine officials to go out to her on ar
rival. It was thought that as the ves
sel was late ana attempting to make
time that the doctor would go to her
and allow her to come In soon after
being sighted but he did not go out
to her until yesterday morning.
As a result of the refusal of the au
thorities to board the vessel she lost
twelve hoars more and this with the
expense of the extra fuel burned on
the trip here coupled with a heavy
forfeit for being late on arrival at the
Colonies will make the trip a heavy
loss to the company. Had she been
boarded by the doctor on arrival and
lost but the time it took for him to
make his examination she would have
been away from here by 10 o'clock
yesterday morning and In a fair way
to make up the lost day on the run to
The Henry Viliard.
The ship Henry Viliard has been
purchased by Hind, Rolph & Co. for
the Hawaiian-Australian trade. She
fs now on her way from Savannah to
Honolulu to load sugar for San Francisco.
The Viliard is now out thirty
days from Savannah. She is in command
of Captain Quick.
The schooner Honolulu from New
Castle sailed on Nov. 13th for
The tramp steamer Aztec for Mani
la via Honolulu was to have left San
Francisco on the 23rd fust
The Mariposa had a very big pas
senger list. Every available berth :n
ije vessel was occupied and extra
beds in the steerage were put up to
accommodate the crowd.
The barkentine Archer left San
Francisco on the 22nd for this port.
The Doric made the run from here
to San Francisco in 5 days, 21 1-2
So that they would not forget that
yesterday was Thanksgiving Day each
of the inter-island boats were pre
sented with a turkey by John Ena.
The Ke Au Hou which arrived yesterday
was given her turkey before
she left for Kauai, and so they had
turkey dinner on the way home and
more when they arrived.
Thursday. Nov. 29.
Am bk St. Kathcrine, Saunders, 30
days from San Francisco.
Am bg W. G. Irwin, Genereaux, 28
days from San Francisco.
btr Ko Au Hou, Tullett, from Kauai
Str J. A. Cummins, Searlc, from
Thursday, Nov. 29.
0. S. S. Mariposa. Rennlc, for the
Colonies via Pago Pago.
DUE TO ARRIVE TODAY.
Str Noeau, from Kauai ports.
P. M. S. S. Rio de Janeiro, from the
Str Hawaii, for Maui and Hawaii
ports, 3 p. m.
Str Ke Au Hou, for Kauai ports. 4
Sch Eclipse, for Lahalna, Makena
an Kona ports, 5 p. m.
Str Waialeale, for Kauai ports, 4
Per O. S. S. Mariposa, Nov. 29. W.
H. Bailey and wife. Miss M. H. Bailey.
C Bolte, Ben Brans, Chas. E. Bryant,
Capt. B. F. Chapman, J. K. Farley. C.
H. B. Fowler. E. T. Hall, Mrs. C.
and child, F. Hustace and
wife, Miss M. Jameson, T. S. Kay, Jno.
Kidwell, Prof. Kocbele and familv,
Fergus F. MacWilkie. Miss H. McCarthy.
A. H. McChesney, Mrs. M.
MacNamara, H. J. Nolte. Mrs. P. Peck,
the Misses Peck (3), Miss Poston, T.
B. Richards and wife, J. G. Rothwell.
W. R. Spalding and wife, A. A. True-
oiooa, u. a. waiton, wire and son,
Miss 1 Ward, Alexander Young, F.
Gain, Mrs. Recpen and 3 children,
Mrs. O. Nutall. Miss M. Grant, Miss
E. Bagnl, Mrs. H. McVicker. Mrs.
Bird, Mrs. T. K. Kimble and 2 daughters,
CapL Burgess. Capt. Sullivan.
J. Murdock and wife. E. Eldridge and
wife, T. H. McKaraara, S. M. Hames,
W. P. Gllberson, C. Latham, F. J. Silver.
J. a BeeL Geo. Haggert, Mrs. W.
H. Bell and son. K. Peekln. Jno. Nolan,
Jao. Haley. M. Muns. T. Otsugi,
G. Bawatare. J. Shimldya. G. Wagao,
K. Sakamoto, F. C DaTis, J. McDonald.
J. White. M. C. Rlvett, A. Basel.
E. Basel, F. Waldvogel. J. H. Sykes,
R. Wcndall, Prof. Kaufmann.
Per bg VT. G. Irwin, from San Francisco.
Nor. 29. Mrs. Aulcot, Miss
Evans, Jlrs. A. M. Hurt, L. Mendolritx.
R. a Wright, a J. Rittenhonse.
Per str Ke Au'Hou. from Kaaai
Miss Grace Fanner. B. P. Smith. H.
Evidence f It.
"Why do yob say he Is a man of impatience,
fortitude and eBdaraacer'
"Because he has endured his own
all these years.- Chicago Post
Th Place fsr Tttsm,
McJigger Of coarse. Noah must
hare takes bees with aim.
ThlsghuBBoh Oh. eertalaly.
McJigger Just thlak how they mJt
have staag the saliste. while they
ThkNpmbob Oh. I gsess Noah kept
UMNft.shatjip ia the archives.
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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1500.
TIDES, SUM AKT KOOV.
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I?e Mom cc th 29th ai 7JS m. za.
Diamond Head Signal Station, 10
p. m. Weather clear, wind light north.
Steamers .ne and to sail for the
next thirty are as follows:
Steamers.. From. Dae.
DORIC San Francisco Dec. 5
ZEALANDIA San Francisco. Dec 10
NIPPON MARD San Fran... Dec. s2
SERRA San Francisco Dec IS
RIO DE JANEIRO San Fran. Dec 11
WARRIMOO Victoria Dec. 22
COPTIC San Fran Dec. 29
ZEALANDIA San Fran Jan. 2
Steamers For. Depart.
RIO DE JANEIRO San Fran. Nov. 30
COPTIfJ San Francisco Dec 8
ZEALANDIA San Fran Dec H
AMERICA MARU San Fran .Dec 35
MIOWERA Victoria Dec 19
ALAMEDA San Fran Dec. 20
EKING San Fran Dec 2o
GAELIC San Fran Jan. 1
A government transport from San
carrjing mail, is due about the Sth
and SU of each month.
OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
From and After January 1, 1900
Dolly Dally Dally Dally Dally
Stations. x ox
r.iu. a.ni. I.ni. p.ni.
Honolulu t:li) 9:15 11.-03 3:13 5:10
Pearl City 2:03 9:48 11:10 3.47 5:50
Ewa Mill fl:33 10 t 120 4:05 6:10
Wntiuino 10 M 4:45
Wnlalua 11 :55 5:40
Katiuku 1232 6:15
Dolly Dally Dally Dally Dally
Stations. x ox
.tn. a.m. a. in. p.m. p.m.
Kahuku.... 5:35 2:08
Wnlnlun ... G:10 3:50
Wntnune... 7:10 3:55
Ewa Mill... 5:50 7:45 1:03 4:32
Pearl City.. 6:15 R4J3 1:30 4:56
Honolulu .. 6:50 8:35 2 .-05 532
a. P. DKKISCV. F. C. SMITH.
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.
Notice to Architects, Owners and
DOFFET & tlGlMD
PLUMBING AND SEWERAGE.
A Full Line of Plumbing Goods in
121 Hotel Street, Arlington Annex.
Repairing Work Promptly Attended- to
TELEPHONE MAIN 323.
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
For freight ana passage, and all general information, apply to
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 coastitutioas by the use of drugs. "Mostly fools," those who
10. . DHIES & CO.,
refuse to take advantage of nature's
own reaedy, "Mostly
fools," the yoaag.
and old mea'and women, who
suffer from any of the countless
ills which Electricity, as applied
by Dr. Sanden's Electric Belt
(patent, 1900 Model, Broad Cell)
will cure such as Rheumatism.
Dropsy, Kidney Complaiats,
Paralysis, Epilepsy, Tnsomwls Dr.
S.C. P. (Eagiaad). says he has
look ten years' yoeager after thi
Office Hoars, 9 to 6; SsBdayv
ree. Never sold, ia 4nc stores.
ip 9 wjnvwsF. up m
Lumbago, Sciatica. Gout, Varicocele,
Nervous and Geaeral Debility,
Julias AfchaBs, M. D. (Berlin, F.
knows sea prematurely aged, to
treatmeat. Special attachments
JeasVXor ay aseful book, free.
19 to 1. CoaaaKatioa aad advice
HEVEM SOLD IN
DR. A, T. SANDEN,
Oceanic Steamship - Company
Tfee steaisers of Uak line will arrir
FltOM iSAX FRANCISCO.
Zealandta V... ........ Dee. 10
Mariposa . ."..Dec 19
Zealacdia .....................Jan. 2
Sonoma ........ Jan. S
Alameda .......Jan. 19
Sierra ........ .z.. ...... Jan. 'SO
Alameda ...... ........Feb. 9
Ventura .......Feb. 19
Alameda Mcb. 2
Sonoma Men. 12
In connection with tb saHiag of th
to Kin?, to intending passengers, conpo
San Francisco .to all points in the Unite
steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO,
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriutil S.S. Ci. and Ttyi Kistn Kaiska
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave this
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
For Japan and China.
DORIC DEC. 5
N 1PPON MARU .' DEC. 13
RIO DE JANEIRO DEC. 21
COPTIC DEC. 29
AMERICA MARU JAN. 5
PEKING JAN. 13
GAELIC JAN. 23
HONGKONG MARU JAN. 31
CHINA FEB. 8
DORIC . FEB. 16
NIPPON MARU FEB. 2C
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION, APPLY TO
h. Hrackfeld & 6ov Ltd.
American-Hawaiian U. Co.
Direct Service Between
S. S. AMERICAN has left New York for this port via San Francisco,
Taconia, Seattle and Nanaimo, on October 30th
S. S. HAWAIIAN will be dispatched from Kew York on or before December
30th for San Francisco, Puget Sound and Nanaimo, en route to
Freight received at Company's wharf. Forty-second street, South
Brooklyn, at all times. v?, ' , ,
For further particulars, apply to
kare ta port as feereawleri
ZealaadTa Dec- 1
Afcrada ". Dec
Zealandia . 5
Srerra 1 J-
Akuatda Jan. 23
ilariposa Jia. 31
Alameda ;Feh. 13
Soaotsa ...... ...... ...Feb. 19
Alameda -&- 6
Ventura . -Apr- 2
e above steamers the agents are prepared
n through tickets by any raiiroau ityoi
d States, and from New York by any
For San Francisco.
RIO DE JANEIRO NOV. 30
COPTIC DEC. S
AMERICA MARU DEC. 15
PEKING DEC. 23
xAi!iLIO JA.XS. X
HONGKONG MARU JAN. 8
CHINA JAN. IS
DORIC JAN. 2G
NIPPON MARU FEB. 2
RIO DE JANEIRO FEB. 12
COPTIC FEB. 19
AMERICA MARU MARCH 1
Pacific Coast and Hawaiian Islands.
& Co., Ltd.
running in connection with the CANADIAN
between Vancouver, B. C. and Sydney, N.
Honolulu, and Brisbane, Q., are
dates below stated, viz.:
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 JUNE 5
LTD., GEKUl UK
ROCK FOR BALLAST.
I White and Black Sand
i In Quantities to Suit
Eicmtiog Ccitnctcd For.
Ctral ud Sifl Fir Sale.
IQrDamp Carts furswhed bj.
the day on Hour's Notice.
H. B. HITCHCOCK.
Cartwrigkt Bk. Tel. Main 68
Glass Sprsekete Jast
?.M.Gifsrd 8esi Viofcs.
waifc Stoapjk) Ci.
Of I GsL
Steamers of the above line,
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C,
On or abont the
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C.
For Brisbane, Q., and Sydney.
WARRIMOO DEC. 22
MIOWERA ...-..-. JAN. 19
AORANGI FEB. 16
4 "WARRIMOO . .v. MARCH 16
MIOWERA ... APRIL 13
AORANGI MAY 11
WARRIMOO JUNE 8
Honolulu Dairymen's Association,
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Town Office Fort Street.. TeleEhonCjGq.9.;
-Milk Depot Sheridan Street
J". L Manager
City Furniture Store
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager
Love Building, No. 634-636 : : : : Telephone c
."Anew line of BABIES' CKIBS, CRADLES and CARRIAGES.
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 full lino
of Harness Supplies.
Panoramic Views of Oahu aiitl ZJ;.
mounted and unmouiitcil ;
framed in the liuesfc .... ,.i "
frames that are produced in the world.
Do not purchase a Christmas Present
until vou have seen our stock
Hronolulu Photo Supply Co.L
is coming !
Perhaps we're a bit prematura in the aloro
statement, but we want to relieve you of needless
worry as to what to buy.
Come down to the store. It's full of useful
and ornamental things that will help you
to decide many vexatious questions.
WflrLL, NICHOLAS CO., Ltd.
BOWER'S MERCHJU1T PATHOL
Otfice: Booh 4, ModelBlock.
Reliable and Confidential Watchmen famished on short notico'for
' tores Residences, Property, Etc First-class references famished.
Place your orders
early with the Hawaiian
LONDON ILLUSTRATED NEWS
LADIES PICTORIAL, ETC.
FCJt CHRISTMAS, 1900
Supply Just Received
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Telephone 708. P. O. Box 28 1
Purdy & Baron
Caulking, Smithing and Genera!
repair Shop. Ships weighs for small
Schooner's. Scows bollL repaired
SHOP Somner'a Island. Ho.')hslu. T. II.
Telephone SOS. T.O. Box K2
Hawaii.. foHastiiig Co.
NO. 16, QUEEN ST.
H. I. EVAN8,
Curbing, Black and
Soil of all Description for
Drays for Hire.
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