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7 SHE only arrivals yesterday
-T wore the Noeau, James
Ncsmuh and steamer Rfo.
This is the fourth time n
elrea years thai the Ro
has been on time and her
officers arc beginning- t
oongratnlatc themselves on the record
they have made for promptness this
trip and the trip previous. The last
time the mail boat was here from the
Orient she was on time and she reach
od San Francisco on time much to the
uarprige of the water front wise one
who never looked for her until one
or two days after schedule time. When
ab was reported from the Merchants
Exchange lookout it was thought that
a mistake had been made but she
stemmed into the harbor of San Fran
cteco and went through her course of
sprout with Dr. klnyoun just as if
Hho was always on time.
The American bark James Xosmlth
after a slow voyage of sixty-four days
from Newcastle arrived in port yes
torday morning and anchored in th
ftream. She would havo arrived much
sooner except that the winds encoun
tared were at times light and baffling
with a head wind now and again io
break the monotony and keep the ves
sol back. Except for the loss of a sailor
there was nothing out of the or
dinary during the whole trip.
When in I,at. j3 deg. 45 min. S.,
Lon. 154 deg. 2C min. W., an Hawaiian,
Joe Paulino by name, fell from the
rigging into the water and was not
scon again. A boat was lowered and a
careful search made for the man but
it was not successful and after a wait
o. several hours the N'esmlth continu
'd on her way to Honolulu. Paulino
was a native of the inlands and it is
said mat he had relatives here. Ho
had shipped in Newcastle for the voyage
home and was an able seaman.
His effects are on the vessel and will
be turned over to the shipping commission
The big ship Kennebec moved over
to the flshmarkct wharf on Thursday
to take ballast. The captain is
some little trouble to get a white
crew and It is likely that he will take
a Japanese crew as he wants to get
away on Tuesday for the Sound, fie
will take a whue crew if one can be
procured at a fair rate and without
trouble, but If the same tactics are attempted
by the Union on him that
they carried out with the shipping of
the crew of the Star of Russia he will
take a lot of Japs and make his time
to the Sound as best he can.
The little schooner Enterprise which
nas been here since August 28 will try
to get away for the Sound today. She
was sent down here on a speculation
with lumber and some general merchandise.
On the irlp down the skipper.
Captain Fritch, of "Coke" fame,
had a deal of trouble with his crew r.s
a result of which the schooner and her
cargo were libeled by the crew and on
the case coming to trial they were
given Judgment In quite a sum of
money. The cargo was ordered sold
by auction and there was talk of tho
schooner being sold as she was not In
a very seaworthy condition.
Tho owners hearing of the pillkla
that their vessel was in sent a representative
here who straightened
thljigs out to the satisfaction of every
uody and although an attempt was
made to have local parties take the
vessel over, it was not successful as
she was not considered the proper
vessel for the Inter-Island trade. She
will return to the Coast and be used
In tho Alaska trade.
The steamers Waialeale, Hawaii and
Keauhou and the gasoline schooner
Eclipse all got away yesterday with
big cargoes. Tho S. N. Castle with n
full load of sugar and several passengers
for the Coast in the afternoon being
towed to sea- by the Fearless.
Reports a Mutiny.
SAN DIEGO. Nov. 20. Captain Far
dclius of the schooner Azalea, which
arrived here yesterday -from Por
Blakeley. brings the startling news cf
a probable mutiny on board the Chilean
bark Latona. In telling his story
whtch justifies these conclusions. Captain
"When we returned to Port Blakeley
after our usual trip fo San Diego we
found the Chilean lark Latona in port
loaded with lumber and ready for sea
The captain of the Latona Is a Scotchman,
the first officer a Norwegian,
while the second officer and crew arc
Chileans. During the Latona's stay
in port the crew had given the captain
considerable trouble, and to Insure
their services for the voyage to Valparaiso
he had them all confined as
prisoners on board the vessel until he
was ready to put to sea. Under these
conditions the Latona cleared from
Port Blakeley, and twenty-eight days
after we sighted the vessel about 125
miles off San Francisco, headed due
"The vessel at that tlmo," continued
Captain Fardellus, "was clearly out of
ncr course, and she should "have been
at least 700 miles out to s to catch
the trade winds. 1 sailed" the Azalea
within fifty feet of the foreigner in order
to hail the captain and ascertain,
If possible, why his vessel was so far
out of her course.
"It is always customary for'aa oft
cer to be on deck at Bea, bat only the
sailors were in sight, and they did
not seem to know their course at all.
-To the kail from the Azalea they gave
no response, bat coatlaued to sail
eastward. Failing to hear from the
captain or first mate, I am almost
positive that something has happened
since the ship left" port, and I would
not be surprised if a mutiny, or perhaps
murder, has occurred. The crew
were all dissatisfied by being compell
ed to ship on the vessel. They remain'
on the Sound, and I believe have taken
advantage of the captain and resented
their theatmont when the vessel was
out at sea. The captain of the La
tone had his wife with him, and as I
saw no sign of her, it Is probable that
she, too, has fallen a victim to the
crew. It was plainly to be seen that
the men in charge of the vessel were
unable to shape her course or to properly
navigate the vessel. The wind
at the time "when we sighted the La
tona was a fair one for the vessel to
keep her on a southward course."
Friday, November 30.
Am bk James Nesmlth. Warner, 04
days from Newcastle, coal for O. IL
& L. Co.
Str Noeau, Wyman, from Kauai
ports; 1500 bags A sugar, 17 bags
beans, 90 bags taro, 1 pkg corn.
Friday, November 30.
Str Waialeale, Green, for Kauai.
Str Ke Au Hou. Tullett, for Kauai.
Sch Eclipse, Townsend, for Maul
Bkt S. N. Castle, Nilsen, for San
Per bkt S. N. Castle, for San Francisco,
Nov. 30. Mrs. K. L. Piver, Miss
Piver, W. F. Lange, J. S. Lawton and
Per str Waialeale, for Kauai, Nov.
30. J. S. Spaulding, Guy Owens.
Per str Ke Au Hou, for Kauai, Nov.
30. A. S. Wilcox, J. K. Farley, Dr.
Russe, M. F. Prosser, James Patrick,
J. P. Miady.
NOT A FOREIGN PORT.
Decision of a Federal Court in a Porto
NEW YORK, Nov. 19. An interesting
decision was handed down by
Judge Brown In the United States district
court, Southern district of Now
York, today, says the Evening Post,
in the actions brought by Joseph Big-ley,
Captain Huus and Thomas Torge-
son against the New York and Porto
Rico Steamship Company for pilotage
dues for services offered and rejected
for the steamship Ponce and for the
schooner O. E. Whittier in June last.
It was agreed that the libellants were
entitled to dues amounting to $171.S8,
provided that the vessels were bound
to or from a "foreign port" and were
not "engaged or employed In the coasting
trade." The Ponce was outward
bound from New York to Porto Rico,
and inward bound from Porto Rico to
this port, while the schooner was Inward
bound from San Juan to Porto
Judge Brown, in his decision, says:
"It is evident that Porto Rico, undr
the cession of the island by Spain to
the United States, is not a foreign port
and It Is subject solely to the sovereignty
and domtnlon of this country."
He also finds that Section 9 of the act
of congress of April 12, 1900, in assimilating
trade and navigation between
Porto Rico and the United
States to the ordinary coasting trade
between the ports of the United States
practically wipes out pilotage charges.
He therefore finds for the steamship
company and dismisses the libels wltljf
Medicinal Uses of -Pineapple.
Senor V. Marcano, one of the leading
medical authorities of Cuba, has discovered
that the juice of the pineapple
materially aids in the digestion of the
proteids of both animal and vegetable
food stuffs, while R. H. Chittenden, of
the Connecticut Academy of Sciences,
asserts that the.fresh pineapple juice
is a constant and powerful digestant
of albuminous matters, acting In both
alkaline and acid media, but more energetically
in neutral than in either of
the others. In fact, chemists have
separated the active digestant principle
and put It In the materia medlca.
This substance, closely analogous to
pepsin. Is known as bromelin. Pineapple
juice has been found to be most
efficacious in throat troubles and diphtheria,
as the juice dissolves the fleshy
tissue, such as is found in these ailments.
In bronchitis, pineapple juice has
been found to be excellent medicine
by a Dr. Flascher in softening the mucus.
His formula is as follows:
"Slice the fruit, sprinkle with sngar,
heat to boiling and strain. The dose
of syrup so obtained is about two
In Cuba the pineapple
Is highly esteemed from the fact that
It is ia general use as a aalld laxative.
From the pineapple Itself
have separated a crystalline
substance which they call
which is in active use la compounding
prescribed medicines tar
throat and lung troubles.
We can at least observe
that this canpalga was the occasion
the Hob. Gobi Harvey. r - -n
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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY. DECEMBER i, 1900.
I TIDES, SUV A30 MOOX. Oceanic Steamship Company Honolulu Dairymen,s Associatioi
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5v Voce ctt Useiftli at 7JS a. at.
Diamond Head Signal Station, 10
p. m. Weather clear; wind light east.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steameri. iq and to sail for the
neat thirty "Mys are as follows:
Steamers From. Due.
DORIC San Francisco Dec 3
ZEALA3.TJIA San Francisco. Dx. 10
NIPPON MARU San Fran... Dec. iJ
SERRA San Francisco Dec IS
RIO DE JANEIRO San Fran J)ec 11
WARRIMOO Victoria Dec 22
COPTIC San Fran Dec 23
ZEALANDIA San Fran Jan. 2
Steamers For. Depart.
COPTIC San Francisco Dec. S
ZEALANDIA San Fran Dec 14
AMERICA MAR U San Fran .Dec 15
MIOWERA Victoria Dec 10
ALAMEDA San Fran Dec 20
EKING San Fran ' Dec 25
GAELIC San Fran Jan. 1
A government transport from San
carrj iag mail, is due about the Sth
and -M of each month.
Mi RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
"I'm i jjj 7i iCl ' "IIl iITjW
From and After January 1, 1900
Dally Dally Tally Dally Dally
(-III. a.m. n.m. 1 1. m. !.m.
Honolulu :10 3:15 11:05 .1:15 5 JO
Pwrl City S.03 9:48 lt:iO 3.47 5:50
Ewn Mill H33 10.-08 12 .-00 1:05 C:10
Walitiiao 10:50 1:13
Wnlulua 11:53 5:40
Kshutu 1232 0:15
Rally Dully Dally Dally Dally
p.m. n.m. p.ni. l.m.
Kaiiuku.... 5:33 28
Wnlalun ... 5:10 2:50
Walnuoe... 7:10 3:55
Ewn Mill... 5:50 7:15 1:05
Tearl City.. 6:15 83 1:30
Honolulu.. 6:50 8:35 2.-05 522
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Band in the Provident
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combines protection and investment,
and at the end of twenty
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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
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FUOAI SAX FRANCISCO.
ZeaL&dia .......Dec. 10
Mariposa .....................Dee. li
Zslanaia Jan. 2
Sosoasa. ...... ........ ..Jan. S
Alameda .. ........ .Jan. 19
iirerra. Jan. u)
AlaiMiIa ..... ...... Feb. 0
Ventura . . ......Feb. 19
Alameda Mcfc. 2
.- Alaattda .......;. Mcfa.27
........ ............ .....t.. ...... Ventura ....i.'.JT.. ....... ....Apr. 2
In coniwrtion with the sailinr of the above steamers the apents an? prepared
to issue, to istesdtcz passm?ers. coupon through tickets by any railroad frota
San Francisco to all points in the United States, and from 'NVw York by any
eaatehip'Iine to all European ports.
FOR FlKTHEtt FAllTICULAUS APPLY TO
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
GEXEKAL AGENTS OCEANIC S.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental S.S. Go. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
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
fslPPON SIARU DEC. 13
RIO DE JANEIRO DEC. 21
COPTIC DEC. 29
AMERICA MARU JAN. 5
PEKING ..... JYX. Io
GAELIC .............. JATs. 23
HONGKONG MARU JAN. 31
CHLVA FEB. S
DORIC FEB. 16
NIPPON MARU FEB. 2G
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' FOR SAN FBANCISCOl
Zealand! ... -. f...Dec. H
American-Hawaiian S.S. Go.
Direct Service Between
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
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. tlisr -a.. . l..
For further particulars, apply to
Alxsstfkt ..ft i. SM
Zt'alssdxb''. ................... .3xa. 5
Si?rra ................. ....... Jaa.
AlaawU ...Jaa. 23
ilanposa .....................Jan. 31
.Ylatseda ....,i.;':. ..?... -...-. ..Feb. 13
Soaoaa ".:.;. .JS!JM Feb. 19
Aiaseda ". A.?... Y.tH Mdu 6
For San Francisco.
RIO DE JANEIRO NOV. 30
COPTIC DEC. S
AMERICA MARU DEC. 15
PEKING DEC. L'5
GAELIC JAN. 1
HONGKONG MARU JAN. S
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.
runnljig 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
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On or about the
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C,
For Brisbane, Q., and Sydney.
WARRIMOO DEC. 22
MIOWERA JAN. 19
AORANGI FEB. 16
WARRIMOO MARCH 16
MIOWERA 7. APRIL 13
AORANGI MAY 11
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Prices Ironi 25 cents to $10.
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