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HE Doric ana tne Aorangi re-
T spectlvely from San Francisco I
and Vancouver arrived
day forenoon. . The former
came In with eleht days' malL She
carries a large passenger list for Oriental
ports. Both vessels had uneventful
voyages. The Doric arrived at
nine In the morning and sailed at four.
The Aorangi came In just at noon, and
left at midnight on her way to the
Rodgers to Succeed Remey.
NEW YORK. Fab. 8. A special to thp
Herald from Washington says: Rear
Admiral Frederick Rodgers will
be the next commander in chief
of the Asiatic station. He w. j sail the
latter part of the month on the New-York
to assume duty as senior squadron
commander. Rear Admiral Remey
-will remain in Asiatic waters for another
yoar, when he will be directed
to return to the United States. Rear
Admiral Rodgers Is -senior to Rear
Admiral Kcmpff and win consequently
wreC Rear Admiral Remey in command
of the station. It Is not believed
Rear Admiral nempff will remain in
AsiStlc waters after the detachment
of Rear Admiral Remey, as both
were ordered to the east at the same
Samoa on the Way.
The Samoa, the largest of the freight
transports, and lately purchased by
the Government, sailed from
on Wednesday week for San
Francisco. The steamer was to have
been refitted at Hongkong, but the
price asked was considered excessive
and the work is to be done at San
Francisco upon the arrival of the big
vessel. The Samoa is a sister ship of
the Algoa, which is owned by the Pacific
.Mali Company and which
has lately arrived at Port Los
Angeles with a cargo of 10,000 tons of
coal from Pugct Sound.
Zealandla Coming Again.
The steamer Zealandla, which has
been succeeded on the Honolulu route
by the Mariposa, Is to make at least
one more trip to Honolulu before engaging
In ouicr business or lying up.
As soon as she can be made ready for
the trip, according to repon, she will
Rail for San Pedro to take on a party
of 30n or 400 Porto Ricans who have
been brought across the continent under
contract to work on the Hawaiian
Wrong Again. f
The man who looksnftor the incoming
steamers made a little mistako
Friday night in roportlng the Doric
s being In sight, when In reality It
was the Maul. The Aorangi was reported
to bo over the horizon the
same day wlion the Santa Aim was
the vessel really In sight It Is rumored
that there will be a change at the
lookout station before many weeks.
Loading for Honolulu.
The new steamer Handle!, built on
the Coast recently for the Inter-Island
Navigation Company, Is loading at
Mission-street wharf, San Francisco,
for Honolulu, and upon arrival at the
inlands will romatn to engage in the
inter-Island trade. The Hanalel Is of
f02 tons register, and Is one of the
best small stoamors ever built on San
Francisco bay. -
More Portuguese Laborers.
Another foreign importation arrived
In the Aorangi yesterday afternoon,
the New England states, who came to
tho Now Zealand states, who came to
Honolulu by way of Vancouver. At
first it was thought that they loffin
tho Walaleale, but later it was found
that they were billed for the Oabu
plantation and went to that place Immediately
upon their arrival.
Among tho passenger who bavobecn
laying over in this port, waiting for
tho Doric. Is Archie Mackillop of the
Crown Distillery Company. Yesterday
he left for Yokohama, Hongkong and
Manila. His many friends were at the
wharf to bid him goodbye. Numerous
large cold bottles were opened by the
popular salesman in honor of the
Forward by the Alameda.
Persons having malls to send to tho
Mainland will do well to send it by the
Alameda, which leaves on Monday
morning. The Solace leaves today at
three o'clock, but It is the Intention
oi Commander WInslow to take at
least seven days for tho voyage. The
Alameda averages five and one-half
days ou this portion of her run.
Five Men Scalded to Death.
On the evening of January 23rd,
five men met a horrible death on the
steamer Ventura during her voyage
from Philadelphia to San Francisco.
While the steamer was about 700 miles
north of Valparaiso, in latitude 30 deg.
5S min. south, longitude S7 dec. 42 min.
west, a terrific roar startled every-"body
on board, and immediately afterward
steam issued in dense volumes
from the engine-room. As quickly as
was possible Chief EngjneerxKaynes
and others made their way below,
where they found the bodies of Ive
men who had been killed by the bursting
of the main steam pipe of. tae port
boilers. The victims were: George W.
Robb, junior eagineer. aged 26, a resident
of Charleston. S. C.: William
fireman, aged 39, a native of Ireland;
J. Desmond, fireman, aged 26;
Paul Beler, coal passer, aged 26, a
native of Germany; and r'elix Glass,
aged 19, a stowaway from Philadelphia,
who was employed as a coal passer.
Xo cries were beard immediately
following the exploeloa. and judging
from the appearance of the Ave unfortunates,
all of them were almost
killed by the "heat and force of
steam: The bodies presented na aor
Csithe ajr followias the bodies
were'bwied at sea wta ittisr
Fear oUter were W4ly
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scalded, but they have since recovered.
Up to the time of the accident the
Ventura was making excellent time.
As It was she came into San Francisco,
nnder three boilers, on.y fourteen
hours behind the Sonoma's time.
She made the run in ZS days, 23 hours
and 50 minutes.
Some rough weather was experienced,
particularly at the beginning
of the voyage. When two days out
from Philadelphia a gale swept the
seas entirely over the steamer, carrying
away part of the starboard railing,
breaking the gangway, and staving in
one of the boats. Captain Hayward re
ports the Ventura to be a ane sea
vesel, the violent weather having afforded
a very fair test of her qualities.
The steamer went direct to an anchor
age In Mission bay upon arrivaL Ac
cording to present plans, the steamer
will sail for Sydney, via Honolulu. Pago
Pago and Auckland, on February
13th., The entura Is in appearance
exactly like ths steamers Sierra and
Sonoma, and is' the third and last of
the Oceanic Company's new steamers.
Licenses have been granted to the
Edwin. Hughes ,to be chief engineer
of ocean steamers.
James W. Wilkinson, first assistant
on ocean steamers.
William H. McGregor, to be chief
engineer of ocean steamers.
Robert Andrews, to be joint pilot and
engineer of the steamer Mohea.
William McCourt, to be third assistant
on ocean steamers and first assistant
of steamer of three hundred
Jacob Wagner, third assistant on
ocean steamers anu first assistant on
inter-island steamer of seven hundred
A. J. Gillis to be third assistant on
ocean steamers, first assistant on
steamers of three hundred
J. O. Wilder, to be third assistant on
ocean steamers and first assistant on
inter-island vessels of seven hundred
and fifty tons.
Charles Peterson, 'to be master and
pilot on Hawaiian steamers of five
hundred tons, and pilot from Honolulu
to sea and return.
The following men have petitioned
to be recognized as qualified to act as
mates. Hiram Kauai, Enoka Pal, Lui
Self, D. Kawelo, Kawaikolu,
and Le Kapihonul.
. From San Francisco for China and
Japan, staying over at Honolulu. J.
E. Fouta, John Harvey, B. Honlg,
Frank Use, E. Kaufman, J. J. Nihlock,
A. Simon, A. Sneve. About 5ft saloon
passengers go through.
From Vancouver, per O. & O. S. S.,
Aorangi. Feb. 16. V. Crosley, C. Macrae,
Minnie Davidson. Kathryn , Davidson,
G. C. Coulson, Mary J. Coulson,
J. McPerry, E. A. Calbert, C. A. Jones,
Geo. Keesee, Miss M. Churchill, Miss
Clara Churchill and 39 Portuguese laborers.
From Kauai ports, per stmr. W. G.
Hall. Feb. 16. S. W. Wilcox, Miss L.
E. Wilcox, Mrs. J. 1L Sopjer, J. S.
J. Goldstein, Robt Lovell, H.
Hnuchbect, H. A. Howard, J. H.
From Maul and Hawaii ports, per
stmr. Maui. Feb. 16. Mr. Reynolds
and children, C P. Moore, F. Swanzy,
W. H. Cornwell.
J PASSENGERS DEPARTED.
For China and Japan, per S, S. Doric.
Feb. 16. Mr. Chlsholm, A. W. Mc-Killop
and Geo. Wesley.
For Hawaii ports, per stmr. Helene,
Feb. 16. J. M. Lydgate, Paul Isenberg.
Sn. W. P. Pfonte'nhauer anu 16 negro
Saturday, Feb. 16.
Stmr. Maul, Sack, from Maui and
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, from
O. & O. S. S. Doric, Smith, from San
C.-A. .S. S. Aorangi, Hay, from Vancouver.
Am. bkt Planter, Chase, from San
Am. ship Chas. E. Moody, , 39
days from Tacoma.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, from
Saturday, Feb. 16.
Am. bk. Mohican, Kelley, for San
Stmr. Walaleale. Piltx, for Kauai
O. &. O. S, S. Doric, Smith, for the
The Solace has finished taking on
Captain McNeill, late jqf. the Planter,,
has been, made captain of the
Mary L. Gushing.
The Iwalaai and Lchua have 'been
examined and accepted br the-Inspectors
of hulls and boilers.
The Goverameat band played at the
Pacific Mal dock as the Doric sailed
away yesterday' afterneoo.
A large aumber p yachtsmen, took
advantage o the fine wind yesterday,
afternooa and 'went sailing.
Tke T. G. Hall arrived frW Kanai
yesterday. She carried a swaber of
passengers, also a fall load of sugar J
for H. Hackfeld &. Co.
The merchants of are
endeavoring to subsidise a stearaeHpi
.Uae that -will place ttai. in alrect;
ceaMHakaUoa twlth Maalk;'
tarae ware iaaie Uw'Paca JlaiL,
bat that Hae JaUaa to rMpaaaaad. aa
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OAHU RAILWAY AMD LAID GO.
From and After 1, 19G1
Dally Dallr Dahr Dallr Dally
Stations. ez e
Son Sun -
am a in ' n'itt p in p m
Honolulu 9:10 3J5 USOS 3SS 3:10
Pearl City 8:03 9:4S 11:10 3:T 5:50
Eiralllll (SiQ lOiS 12.-OJ 45 f,:10
Walanae .10) r, ..: ....
Walalna U:S5 5:W ....
Siihuku 121 6;1S ....
Dally Dallj Dally Dallr Dally
.id am am am am
Ealiutni 1...: 3:33 ' 2.-03
Walalua 6J0 20
Walanae 7:10 ..... . 3dS5.
EwaMlll 5:50 7:15 1-05 4:32
Pearl City ..... 6:15 8.-03 1:30 . 4:56
Honolulu 5:50 8S13 2:05 5.-22
G. P. DEXISON. F. C. SMITH.
Sujint6ndent. P. &T. A.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due and to sail for the
next two months are as follows:
Steamers For Depart.
DORIC Yokohama Feb. 16
AORANGI Sydney Feb. 16
ALAMEDA San Fran Feb. IS
VENTURA Sydney Feb. 16
COPTIC San Fran Feb. 19
NIPPON MARU Yokohama . .Feb. :
AMERICA MARU San Fran;. March 1
MARIPOSA San Fran. Mar. 6
RIO DE JANEIRO Yokohama. Mar. 6
CITY OF PEKING San Fran. Mar. 8
SIERRA Sydney Mar. 12
SONOMA San Fran Mat.. 12
MIOWERA Victoria Mar. 13
COPJIC Yokohama Mar. 14
GAELIC San Fran Mar. 16
WARRIMOO Sydney Mar. 16
AMERICA MARU Yokohama.Mar. 22
HONGKONG MARU San F...Mar. 23
MARIPOSA San Fran Mar. 27
Steamers. From. Due.
AORANGI Victoria Feb. 16
VENTURA San Fran Feb. 19
ALAMEDA Sydney Feb. 18
COPTIC Yokohama Feb. 19
NIPPON MARU San Fran.. ..Feb. 26
AMERICA MARU Yokohama. .Mar. 1
MARIPOSA San Fran Mar. 2
RIO DE JANEIRO San Fran.. Mar. 6
CITY OF PEKING Yokohama.Mar. 8
SIERRA San Fran Mar. 12
SONOMA Sydney Mar. 12
MIOWERA Sydney Mar. 13
COPTIC San Fran Mar. 14
GAELIC Yokohama Mar. 16
WARRIMOO Victoria Mar. 16
AMERICA MARU San Fran.. Mar. 22
HONGKONG MARU Yoko... Mar. 23
MARIPOSA San Fran Mar. 23
A government transport from San
Francisco, carrying mail, is due abox
the Sth and 23d of each month.
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Arrived by the steamer and contained
a fine lot of tue season's delicacies.
Game of all kinds, fruits and
oysters. To get the best the market
affords leave orders at his King street
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the adourned annual meeting of
the Bergstrom Music Company, Limited,
held this day, the following officers
were elected for the ensuing yearr
J. W. Bergstrom, President.
C. S. Desky, Vice-President
C J. Hutchins, Treasurer.
W. O. Atwater, Secretary.
A. F. Cooke, Auditor
. The above constitute the Board of
TV. O. ATWATER.
. Honolulu, Feb. 16, 1901.
At the adjourned special meeting of
the Woodlawn iFruit Co., Ltd., held
this 14th day of February, A. D. 1901,
the following stockholders were elected
to serve as officers during the" ensuing
W. G. Irwin. ..i President
W. M. Giffard..:.w.v.J Vice-President
H. M. Whitney,- Jr. Treasurer
Richard Jyera Secretary
Geo. J. Ross.'......... Auditor
The above officers also comprise the
Board of Directors.
Their Claims Set, at Rett.
Tho claim of other cough medicines
to be as goot as Caamberlaia's are'
effectually set at rest in the, following
testimonial of Mr. C. Vl Glass, an cm-,
ploye ofBartlett fc Deaals Go
er, Me. He says: "tlhad kept adding
to a cold and coagh la the winter of
1S97. tryia every coagh niodicle 1
heard of witaoat permaaeat help, until
one day I was la the drugstore of Mr.
Houlehaa aad lie advised me to try
ChamberlaiaX Coagh Remedy aad offered-to
i4y tack y moaeyl I was i
not cared. Mypaags.. aad lirbacalal
tabes were Twy'iibre 'at ,w ,time,
bat I y this
aeaedyand luh.ukualwaTa tamed
to It waaiTl iet coM. aa4 sooa JUd
reliC. I<o rccaamed it to my
frieads aaAiuagladiWtty.Jtia tK
eat of ifl coriaJmedlclaeitr
T&e stealers et xils arri.s
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
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Teatara . .. T1l 1
Mariposa . .. .....:. ....
Sierra . ...
Sonoma . . 2
Mariposa . JJ.'jJn..Apr. 13
Ventara . .. .V- . ......Apr. 23
la connection with the sailing,; uf tue above steamers tne agents are prepared
to issue, to Intending passengers COUPON THROUGH TICKETS .y
any railroad from San Francisco to all posts in the United States, and from
"New Yori by any steamship line to all RaropeiB ports.. - - ?
FOR FURTHER PAK H.ULARS APPLY TO
WM. Ot. IRWIN & CO.3
Royal Mail Line.
Steamers of the above line, running in connection with the CANAOINAN
PACIFICRAILVAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, and Honolulu, and Brisbane, Q., are
DUE AX HONOLULU
On or about the dates
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. c.
or Brisbane, Q., and Sydney.
AORANul Feb. 16
WARRIMOO March 16
MIOWERA April 13
AORANGr Mar 11
WARRIMOO June 8
MIOWERA July 6
AORANGI . . ..." Aug. 3
WARRIMOO Aug. 31
THROUGH TICKETS issued from Honolulu, to Canada, United States
For Freight and Passage, and all' general information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVLES & CO.,
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental S. S. Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaistia
Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and iave thh
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
For JAPAN and CHINA. For SAN FRANCISCO.
DORIC Feb. 16 COPTIC . ; Feb. 39
Nix-PON MARU Feb; 26 AMERICA MARU March 1
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & Co.-, Ltd,
S. S. HAWAnAN will be dispatched from New York on or before Jan.
loth for San Francisco, en route to Honolulu. To be followed by S. S
OREGONLA.N, April loading. -
,.,,. , , . ..
rreignt receivea ai tne company s wnari, u street, soutn
Brooklyn, at all times.
Freight received at Company's" wharf, Forty-second Street, South
Brooklyn, at all times.
For Further Particulars Apply to Y.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent.
m&JtJ&dlJl&J.lJl Jt Jtjijljijl&&&
I h&Te demontralcd tho f act Uiat Ttnaknojecs
of men, the result of earljr or" later Indiscretions,
such as Brains. Izapotency. larae Back,
Varicocele. eJc.irtH not yield to a slmulaUn;
treatment. ThU accounts for the fact that dracs
nexer cure. The girtn for Ihtae
centiallT poisonous, are Intended only to
stimulate 'Continuous stimulation raosi result
In harrf. Thoasaods of said, to'
me: "Doctor, hen I took this or that awdlclse
I Mitjener In an tour; buj snr moatli ray
irtaines retcaxKd, aad 1 as oS than
tevpr aa hoct roraas aixtirerfBl
sUmalant means aTrtvcttl cvustitatloH.
Elfctriritv Is Strength!
That's what Joa waat, sjreagta, Bot stimulation., Electricity will sever
cure in a day: tt'doesjot cure la aweek. It takes two aontas. it
raar take three, but-the remits are there iet stav. T am ,th. inventor and
iatrodacer of the faawas Saaden
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KMmvs. Stomach, Bladder, Prostrate,
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Coesalt me fre ot ewunse, or write for free hook, Healtk iaXatmre,
u ' waiolTexpluBS alL seat in pliia, sealed aavaloM.
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R SAN FRANCISCO.
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; v..... Mar. IS
Mariposa Mar. 27
to aB JlpV.,4
Mariposa to- . Ap1 Xi
Sierra ---Apr. 23
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
below stated, viz.:
From Sydney, Brisbane, Q.,
for Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.
MIOWERA March 13
AORANGI April 10
WARRIMOO May. 8
MIOWERA June 5
AORANGI July 3
WAu..wMOO July SI
MIOWERA Aug. 28
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a perfect picture, how to derelope the film or
how to print the picture.
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42S FORT STREET.
Wt. E. BIVENS,
Office, Corner of Broker. I King and Bethel Sts.
36,000 Square Feet, situate on King Street, near Thomas
Square, for 25 cents per square foot. This Property ,
is very desirable and is offered at a bargain.
Nice lard, up-To-Date size
Punahou, Price, $4,250. This is a Beautiful
. Cosy Home, and Very Cheap.
Bargains in Lots and Houses, and. Lots -in
All Parts of the City.' Call for a List,
or ring up
W. E. BIVEiMS
Cor. King & Bethel Sts.
Wie . G . If w i q & Co
Cube and Granulated.
PARAEFIffE PAEiT C0.JS -
Faints, Compounds and Building
Lucol Raw and Roiled.
Linseed Raw and .Boiled
' Water-proof cold-water Paint,
and outside; in white and
A!cx. Cross i Sons'
Scotch fertilizers, adaptsd for sugar
cane and coffee.
N. Oblandt &. Co.'s chemhal Fertilizers
and finely ground llonemeal.
STEAM PITE COYERIXa,
Reed's patent elastic sectional pipe
Covering. - ", -
FILTER, PPtESS CLOTHS,
linen and Jute.
SEMENT. LIME & BRTCKS
WESTEKN SUGAR r7N'2.GCO,
Sai- Jfrandsco, Gal
B AXtDWDf LOCOMOT WORKS,
Fa, U.S. A
SEwTIiL'DXCVERSAL MILL CO,
(Slant: "National Cane Shredder"
w a-; U.S. A
San Francisco, Cal
RISDONIBON AND iOCOjaOnXi:
WOBKS. San Francisco.- Cal
Strm. S. W.
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of lot, 75x120. Situate at
Tel. Main, 312 "S
umm eiLusTiiie go.
NO.clS QUEEN ST.
H. L. EV4HS, Manager.
Black and White Sand.- ..
Soil of Every Description; for Salo.
Drays for Hire. (r'
Caulking. Smithing and General v
Repair Shop. Ships; Ways for
small schooners. Scows built, re--f:
paired and rented.
SHOP: Sumner's Ls.and, Honolulu?
Tel. SOG. P. O. Box 262.
537 Beretanla Street
Opposite Queen's Hospital.
DYEING, CLEANING and REPAIRING.
Skillful Workmanship Best In Town.
Look Up the Name and Try Him.
FIRE ASSOCIATION ,
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