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LEAVES PORT TONIGHT
Will Carry Very Heavy Mail
Waterfront Debating Society Holds Meeting and Discnsses Hlsrmaids, Copper
Market and ths Bible Diamond Head Charlie's
Telephone Gear Out of Order.
1 Ty Kteea Katsfea steamer j
Morn arrival off port at 1:30
jrtatanlar afternoon mad docked at
the Quarantine wharf shortly after 4
ottoek. Purser L. K. Bemtee reports
that too -weather was experienced
4arteg the Toyaj;e. nortbeaat winds
ad heavy wells prevailing moat of
The oarers of the America Maru
were mott. Indignant over the report
circulated at Yokohama that Honolulu
jn tafeeted with plague.
The Mare brought 6M tons of
freight, and 21 sacks of mall for this
port, aio 2 cabia passengers, S
ad S71 Japan?. According no
die aw rules the steamers ot the
'jawauese Mho have to fun on schedule
lis, oMftoquently the America Maru
will wet sail until 9 o'clock this even
-crimp- McCarthy agaJn.
He Attack His Consort Katie and
Bite On Her Left Arm.
Tho two old time friends. Judge
WHeox and "Crimp" McCarthy, will
reaew acquaintances this morning al
the Potkw Court.
Ott Wednesday evening "Crfmi"
iaMbed the contenU or a number ot
sis as si i and went home a hungry man.
Supper not being ready, lie started
after his consort Katie, and is allied
to hare attacked her and bitten her
Hi the rtu. She proved to be quite
ssaaetlslBg. for "Crimp" Is further alleged
to have bitten off her left ear.
Katie Is at the Queen's Hospital, and
Iter consort Is out on 111.
It will be remembered that McCarthy
was sent to th reef for SO days
by Judge Wilcox a short time ago for
assault sad battery on his consort
Katie. He has bn out about three
HAGKFELD I GO'S GUSE
BEFORE THE APPRAISERS
TRANSITION PERIOD UP AGAIN.
Importation of Railway .Material Subjected
to by U. S.
Tariff Laws Appeal Pending
General Board In New York.
The case of H. Hackfeid & Co. o.'
tale dty against the
ana rettautdation, under Instructions
from the Auditor for the Treasury
DeparUaent. of an importation of railway
malarial brought by .the British
snip Kllmoay in August, 1900. was
to be heard yesterday before the Unit
ed States Board of General .Appraisers,
stttias t New York City.
While the tariff laws of the Tern
tory of Hawaii were still in force, and
before the Territorial act had been
passed, a cargo of railway material
was shipped on the Kilmouy. The
eelpatent was invoiced as provided fn-by
the Hawaiian tariff regulations
and certified by the Hawaiian consul
as thre miles of portable railway."
all railway material paying a straight
ad valorem dutv of ten per cent.
When the British vessel arrived
here in August. 1900. the Unite:
States tariff laws were la force, and
the Importation was classified according
to hs particular name, as
rails snitches, crossings, etc.. and
duty was paid according to the tariff
schedule, and the various articles of
the importation were sold to different
parthasers in the ordinary course of
Several mouths after, the Collector
at this port was directed by the Secretary
of the Treasury to reclassify
th-' importation as aa "article composed
wholly or at 48 per cent ad
valorem, the coateMttoa being thnt it
whs -railway' nd not railway material."
It is against the
that protest was 8 led. The briefs in
Vp rase have been prepared by 11. J.
NhnsoB of Htad. Rolph & Col
Mishap to tne Elk.
The long over-due steamer Elk No.
i also reported f at Port
after 47 days spent a most
intful voyage from Cape Nome.
a the wax- down the Elk encounter
i almost one continual gale, and was
ompetled to seek shelter at every
The first ef the Elk's mishaps
'trml on the night of November Sd,
when her rudder was carried awav
When daylight made Its appoaranc
t as tout!' that the craft had
'nfted dangerously close to the rocky
aad Captain Dunham
to put his oj the beach.
rudder was rigged, and while
M-eking a favorable place the Elk
Mruck a rock, earning away her
The vessel -was successfully
beached, twit before fier rudder and
.ndeaers could he rapslred a storm
'me up and the craft had to be
worked eff bv the uie of sails, and
for throe she was buffeted about
in a helpless condition. On Novem
ber loth KodtaK was reacnea. wnere
the rudder and the machinery were
repaired and the little craft again
started on her journey.
Between Unga and Kodiak the severest
storm was experienced, and
all on board had given up hopes of
reaching shore. Besides having a
tumultuous sea to contend with, her
safety was endangered by Ice forming
from spray, and several times all
hands were called to cut away ice.
The Elk reports having sighted the
mall steamer Discover- at Wood islj
and on November 14th Grave feaH
have been entertained for the safety
of the Discovery.
SOCIETY HOLDS 1ETIN0
NEPTUNE AND DAVY JONES.
While- Waiting for America Maru
Navigation is Discussed and Sea
Law Expounded Potter Discourses
on Value of the Bible.
Tin waterfront debating society
met at the Quarantine wharf yesterday
afternoon and had an interesting
discussion, while waiting for the
America Mam. on the heavy drop In
copper when Daw Jones came In.
"What is her teenage?" inquired
"You've too much water ballast on
the brain," responded Neptune. "They
don't reckon in tons in Wall street."
Davy turned the conversation deftly
and imagined he had concealed the
fact that he had been under the impression
that a copper-sheathed ship
had come down.
"What are those girls heading for
the Myrtle boat house for?" demanded
Neptune, his eyes following a school
of disappearing mermaids.
"1 suppose they heard there was
a test of a submarine boat at the
bottom of the bay." replied Davy
Neptune staggered as from a blow,
for well ho knew that Davy's hypothesis
"Well! well! if that don't bent Hie
Dutch;" and Davy Jones, hig'ilv
amused, laid down bis newspaper to
enjoy a snicker.
"What's up?" inquired Nepttiiie.
"Hero's my old friend Captain Polttr
suggesting that every citizen of America
ought to paste on the flyleaf of
the family Bible. Secretarv Hay's
speech at the annual dinner of the
New York Chamber of Coinmeceo, as
a lucid exposition of the golden uile
of American diplomacy."
"Whst's funny about that?" demanded
Neptunu for Davy was si 111
"Oh. nothing: only if Captain Poster
wants to pigeon-hole Mr. Has''
speech where mortal mnn is not likelv
to see it. he can't do it any better
than to paste it in the family Bible,"
and the Irreverent and hardened Davy
Jones snickered some more.
Trv as he would, it was Impossible
for Neptune to conceal his great joy.
"What's exciting you?" asked Davy
"The mermaids have no stockings
to hang un for Christmas." Again did
the sea king laugh Immoderately.
INTEREST AROUSED III
THE NEW SEVEN-MASTER
EIGHT THOUSAND TONS CAPACITY
Good Money May Be Earned on the
Investment After All Expenses
Are Paid Crew of Sixteen Men
May Be Able To Do the Work.
It Is difficult to imagine the magnitude
In every particular of the
steel schooner now being built
by the lore River Building Company
at Qulncy. Mass. Oalv men
to four. five, and
schooners can fully appreciate the
immeasity rf a schooner of S.000 tons
dead weight carrying capacity.
With steam to hoist sails, up anchors,
and do all the heavy pulling
and hauling, thsre seems to be no
doubt that sixteen man can do the
work. This leviathan will be all right
with plenty of sea mom. where sail
can be reduced by lowering It away
and furling- It, but to reef her down
to "claw offshore" In a gale is the
time those who man her will earn
On the other"hand. a year or .two
of successful vo a?es and a fair rate
of freight will place the owners of
this craft on "Fasy street" Her earnings
will be cnorinous Jn comparison
with those ot other sailing vessels
In consequence of her immense capacity.
For instance, the freight on eight
thousand tons of ccal landed In the
Philippines within four months of Its
taking on board would pay big interest
on the money invested in the ves
sel after all expenses ate deuueteu
DIAMOND HEAD "CHARLIE."
Lookout Station Without Telephone
Communication With City.
Diamond Head lookout "Charlie" is
having lots of plllkla now-a-days over
the bad service of the Diamond Head
telephone. He was without communication
with the city for several
hours on Wednesday evening, when
the Aorangi and Nippon Maru were'
being inquired for. and yesterday
morning could not send news down
town of the arrival off port of the
"Charlie" says that the telephone
wires are very old out there, and although
he has reported several times
Lthat his telephone needed repairs, he
has been entirely ignored.
More Wreckage Found."
That there has been another wreck,
with possible loss of life, in the north
appears certain from pieces of wreckage
that were brought to Vanvouver
two weeks ago by the steamer New
England and of a vessel passed by
the steamer on her way down. The
New England was on Wednesday afternoon
just off Bank Island, on
the eastern side of Dixon entrance,
where a mass cf wreckage drifted
in. There were ship's stanchions, a
curved piece of taffrail. the white
boards of a deck cabin and part of
the mahogany front of a locker.
There was nothing about any of the
wreckage to identifv the ship from
which it came.
The New England people say the
wreckage was new and came from a
small vessel. They are inclined , to
believe that it belonged to the American
schooner Ralph J. Long, which
left Unalaska on November 9th and
was subsequently abandoned 03' her
crew, which is now oa Unalaska island.
As the Ralph J. Long, has been reported
safe at. Port Townsend. the
wreck must be some of other vessel
of the long overdue wheat or coal
SIIHTINU XEWS AND X0Tr
The schooners Twilight and Malolo
left yesterday for Kauai.
The' schooner Alice Cooke is at the
Marine railway undergoing repairs.
The steamer Oregonian arrived at
Philadelphia, December 10th, from
The American barkentine Jos. 1..
Eviston. Captin Ramselilts, left, yesterday
for the Sound.
Willie Hapai, after a long vacation,
has resumed work at the ofBtee of the
The bland steamer Iwalanl was fumigated
at the railroad wharf ijefore
her departure for Labnlna yesterday.
The bark'Coronado, Captain Potter,
went to the railroad wharf yestcrday
morniug to be fumigated and to load
Captain Searle, of the J. A. Cummins,
reports a good' deal of damage
done by the storm on the other side of
The U. S. Quarantine launch was
In her usual haunts yesterday after
having received an overhauling at the
The City of Peking.tlue here December
27th. sailed from Hongkong
December 7th; the Gaelic arrived at
that port December 6th.
The schooner Muriel, which arrived
yesterday, reported that the
Quickstep had been sighted off
the easterly end of Molokai.
The import merchants in Manila are
preparing a petition which will be
sent to Congress, asking that Manila
be made an American port, free of
The steamer Alcrta. with 200 pas
sengers. Including some .discharged.
American soldiers from Olongapo. Su
big Bay. to Manila, is believed to
have been lost.
The KInau is expected here tomorrow,
a dav ahead of time, from Hilo.
The Claudine and W. G. Hall are -expected
on Saturday from MauT and
Kauai ports respectively. TheV will
also arrive a day ahead of time.
The schooner AValalua arrived at
the leper settlement on Sunday, with
a cargo of paiai. according to "the new
contract. The Board of Health will
Investigate the matter of the failure
of the contractors to arrive with the
former shipment Some ot the
cargo was damaged, but most
of it was In good condition.
In order to expedite the shipment
of troops and supplies from the United
States 'to the Philippines the Secre-
THE HONOLULU RETU8LTCAX. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 20. iqoi
MAILS CLOSI50S TOD AT
Maul and Hawaii ...
San Francises ..
Myosins of uissabject to ccan gem
C(?AbT A25D 'REIGN
ArriVdl -3 VeseL Captain.
Xov. S i Rosamond, schr . . A. H. Johnson. . Stream. j San Francisco.
- 121R. P. Rltht .ht. .. kAtePhal!
- IT"! Archer hkt Caraoun.
- 24 Alice Coot, sch J Peshallow
Dec 5 i OlvntDic ' Gtbbs
- - '-
.- sld.. sch. . . Jorgensoa.
. . 1 Erarnes .
. . . .. Khris&nson ! . f ! Alln. . . -. -V
;r. etc. .'- Rudbeck Stream . . .-. -v
ICoronado. bkL .. Potter..... . oouuu.
7 'Luzon, scb.
" SIM. E. Foster.
" 5 John G. North. sea. sjostram
- loiRmro , shfn Whitmore.
a j -. -- -' v
LMurfel. sen. -i WfKanet
St - ? i A. - U
I U. S. Tug Iroquois . , Rodman
.Mean Temperature 72.7. ' -
Minimum Temperature 6S.
Maximum Temperature 79.
Barometer 30.05; rising.
Mean Dew Point 6S.
Mean Relative "Humidity S4.
Southeast; 1 to 0.
Focecasi for Today.
Light southeast wjnds; fair weather.
AT DIAMOND HEAD.
Diamond Head, 10 p. m. Weather
clear. Wind calm. J
tary of AVar has transferred the transport
Kilpatrick from the New York-Manila
route to the San Francisco-Manila
route so that the vessel, which
Is now at Manila, can assist in carrying
troops between the two la&t named
Archibald A. Adams, of San Fran
cisco, has been appointed examiner of
merchandise for this port, after having
passed a successful examination.
He will arrive here on the Alameda.
The big fchip "Roanoke. Captain
Ametbury. was towed out of the harbor
by the. tug Fearless at I o'clock
yesterday afternoon, and all the water
front men wish the captain a safe termination
6f his voyage after ah his
tiials and tribulations.
Arrivals at Honolulu.
Thursda, December 19. j
Am. schr. Muriel. Wikauder, 32 days '
from the Orient
Str. J. A. Cummins, Searle. from
T. K. America Maru, Going,
th Orient, at i p. n.
Barkentine W. H DImond off poit
S p. m.
Departures from Honolulu.
Thursday. December 19.
Am. ship Roanoke, Amesbury. for
San Francisco. t
Am. bk. Jos. L- Evi&ton, Ramaelius.
for the Sound.
Schr. Lady, for Koolau ports.
Schr. Twilight, for Kaui.
Schr.. Malolo, for Kauai.
Str. iwalni, Greene, for Lahaina, at
5 p. m.
Str. Mikahala, Gregory, for
Eleele, Waimea and Kekaha at
5 p. m.
Vessels Sailing Today.
T. K. America Maru Going,, for Sau
Francisco at 9 p. m.
Str. Mauna Loa, Simerson for Maul
ports at noon.
Vessels Due Today.
Oceanic S. S. Alameda, from San
Francisco, probably in the evening.
At Honolulu from San Francisco or
Miowera December 21
Alameda December 21
Peru . December 28
Sonoma January 1
Coptic - January 4
America Maru January lit
Alameda January 11
Aorangi January IS
Peking '. January 18
Ventura January 22
Gaelic January 2S
Alameda February 1
Hongkong Maru February 6
Sierra February 12
China .February 14
Moana ...-. February 1
Doric February 22
Alameda February 22
Nippon Maru March 4
Sonoma March 5
Peru March 12
Alameda March 15
Coptic ." March 22
Ventura March 25
America Maru March 2S
Alameda April 5
Peking April 5
Gaelic - Anvil 15
sierra ...,..; April 16
Hongkong Maru - April 22
Alameda April 26
China April 40
From Honolulu for San Francisco or
America Maru December 20
Alameda .December 25
Peking ....December 27
Ventura December 31
Gaelic - January 3
Hongkong Maru January 11
Alameda January 15
China ....'.: January 20
Sierra ...,i .'...-.... -..January 21
Doric January 31
Alameda February 5
Nippon Mara .....February .S
Sonoms ..February 11
FOE OTHER ISLAXD:
. i . . . AkKmmes . i rugei aouno,
. ' At.
Navy No. 1 . Stationary.
Steamer. Mail Closes. Str. Sail
Mauna Loa ..11:15 a.m. 12 r.oea
America Maru. . "S:CO p. nu 9 p.m.
hoar of sailing. , " -
- VTtiarL 1 DesticationT
Stream I Sac Francisco.
.I'Rallway J San Francisco.
I Marine Ky . Fusel Sound.
Railway. . . San Francisco.
r aa rxaacisco.
i auh Ssir Francisco.
.(Railway. - J Pt. Townsend.
MOON. ANT SEA
DAT !C' J- A ' -( 5' rl -
R ) i ! . s i 5T '
I I i
j 'a.m., a.m.'
Uon ltf 7.r 2.0, S 43, 2.22, 0.17, 6.31 a.2i;io.37
Tues. IT' S.qi l.-S 9.41 3.00 1.54J5.31 5.2211.33
Wed . lV S W: 1.5 1B.M, 3 43.3.10 6.3i'5 22 i
n.m. ; i
11p.m. 1.6 3 31 4.34 4.50 6.32 5.23 0.S7
' J p.ra.! it;,
..,21) 0 4S IS-12.0 6.06 184.108.40.206 5.24 2.26
Sun .!22, 1.31 2.0 1.12; 6.56 S.M .6 1'5.24 3.2T
Mon y 2.1s 2 '. 2 uti 7.52" 9 31!6 IVS 25 ' 4 12
Flrt Quarter or the Moon on the ISth at 10.4
Peru February 15
Coptic February 25
Alameda February 2G
America Maru March 4
Venture March 4
Peking March 12
Alameda March 19
Gaelic March 22
To Get Rid of a Troublesome Corn.
First soak it in warm water to soften
it, then pare it down as close as possible
without drawing the blood and
apply Chambelain's Pain Balm twice
daily; rubbing vigorously for five min
utes at each application A corn plas
ter should be worn for a few days, to !
protect it from the shoe. As a general
liiment for apcains, brui3es, lame
ness and rheumatism. Pain Balm is
uuequaled. For sale by- all druggists
and dealers. Benson, Smith & Co ,
agents for HawaiL
OAHU RAILWAY ID LID GO
From and After January 1, 1001
Dally Dally Daily Daily Dally
Stations. ex ex
a m n m am pm pm
Honolulu 3:10 a -.is 11-05 3:15 5:10
Pearl City 8. 9:4S ll:t0 3:47 5:50
Ewa Mill 823 1D:M 12 Q 4:05 6:1
Waiamio 10:50 4:45
Walalua 11 :53 5:10
Gahuku 12:32 6:13
Daily Dall Daily Dlly 'Dally
StaUous. ex ex
am am am am
Kahuku ..... 5:S 2KM
Wnlalua 6:10 2:50
Walanae 7:10 325
Ewa Mill 5:50 7:15 1-03 4:32
Pearl City 6:15 6:03 1:30 4:56
Honolulu 5:50 8:45 -2:05 5:22
G. P. DENISON, F. C. SMITH.
Superintendent P. & T. A.
But good tips are scarce. Take
this one it's gratis.
On Chris f mas Day
You'll want something good to
put on the table, and the
chances are you will wait until
the 24th before ordering YOUR
Do .your ordering NOW.
I Our Phone is MAIN 140.
GOMES & McTIGHE
WINE & LIQUOR MERCHANTS
KING STREET. ,
Is well done. It is the repairing of . .
And the making of
MOTOR CARRIAGES and
FINE STEEL WORK.
TXE MOTOR GJEIilGE 1X0
. IUGIIME CO.
As &" Residential Suburb
Is attracting lots! of attention since the
Rajjid Transit Cosj, built their extension.
See the Gulick Tract
Before buying building lots als&whtjce
facility, eleetpe cars, water Jakl eic 8?
H ,asy terms
01 payment aypjy
. MRS. S. K. GULICK,
F3. O. BOX -4.15.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCiSCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
SONOMA Wed.. Jan. 1 ALAMEDA Wed- Dee. S
ALAMEDA Sat, Jan. 11 VENTURA .Ta&3 Dec. 31
VENTURA Wed.. Jan. 22 ALAMEDA WkL. JoZ 15
ALAMEDA. Sat, Feb. 1 SIERRA TuosJ Jan t
SIERRA. Wed., Feb. 12 ALAMEDA, Wed? Feb" S
ALAMEDA Sat, Feb. 22 SONOMA Taes. Feb. 11
SONOMA Wed Mar. 5 ALAMEDA Wed,' Not 2$
ALAMEDA Sat, Mar. 15 VENTURA Taes, Mar
VENTURA Wed, Mar. 26 ALAMEDA Wed Mar IJ
ALAMEDA Sat, April 5 SIERRA Tueal Mar' $
SIERRA Wed, April 16 ALAMEDA WetLAprli 9
ALAMEDA Sat, April 26 SONOMA Tues,' April IS
. .................................. n iAjifcaUA ..... ... vv ed, April I J
..................................... VENTURA .......... .Tues, May $
t In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agents are
prepared to issue to intending passengers COUPON THROUGH TICKETS
by any railroad from San Francisco to all points In the United State,
and from New York by any steamship line to all European sorts.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO"
WM. G. LHWIN & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S.
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
Occidental - anil Oriental S. S.
Steamers of the above Companies
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
DORIC . DCC 10
NIPPON MARU DEC. IS
PERU ....DEC 25
AMERICA MARU JAN. 11
PEKING ............... .J AX. IS
HONGKONG MARU FEB. 6
CHINA FEB. 14
.DORIC FE& 22
NIPPON MARU MAR. 4
PERU MAR. 12
COPTIC MAR. 20
AMERICA tMARU MAR. ZS
PEKING APRIL 5
GAELIC . APRIL 15
HONGKONG MARU APRIL 22
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeid & Co., Ltd.
Royal Mail Line. '
Steamers of the above line runniDg in connection witb the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver B C. and Sydney
N.SW, and calling at Victoria, B.C.. and Honolulu, and Brisbane, G., are
DUE AT" HONOLULU
From Vancouver and Victoria for From Sydney and Brisbane for
Brisbane and Sydney Victoria and Vancouver
MIOWERA DEC. 21 AORANGI DSC. 13
AORANGI JAN. 13 MOANA JAN. iS
MOANA- FEB. 15 ,,
Co. and To jo Kisen Kaieha
will call at Honolulu and lsave this
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
AMERICA MARU DEC. 2f
PEKING npn .
tAJjLlL . ............. . .JAN. 3
HONGKONG MARU ... ..JAN. 11
CHINA ................ ..JAN. 24
DORIC ..JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU ..FEB. S
"tU - ..FEB. 22
AMERICA MARU . MAR. It
PEKING MAR. 19
GAELIC MAR. 29
HONGKONG MARU APRIL 5
CHINA APRIL 15
dates stated above. .
Honolulu to Canada. United StatM
genera! Information, apply to
DAVIBS & CO.,
S. 5. Go
tons, to sail about Dec. 20:
tons, to sail about January
tons, to sail about Fobrunry.
for Honolulu. . S. Hyades,
wharf. Sweet. Bomis.
ParUcnlara Apply to
& .Co., Ltd.
On or about the
THROUGH TICKETS issued from
For Freight and Passage, and all
THE SPLEMIB MEW STEEL
S, S. Oregonian, G000
S. S. California, C000
b. SAmeiucan, 6000
From San Francisco
3000 tons', sail January Ith,
Freight received at Company's
Brooklyn, at all times.
C. P. MORSE. General Freight Agent.
locality liealUiy. - avary
Jas. F. Xorgajt, Prea. Cecil Baowy, Vice-Pres. F. Hcst4ce, Se.
Chas. H. ATHnrroy, Auditor. W. H. Hoogs. Treas. aad Mgr.
HUSTACE & CO ltd.
Deltas ii FilEI 001, STOKE, STEAM Hi lUCKSHTTS CiiL
WHOLESALE AXD XBTAIL
Special Attention Givea to Dray lag. White, and Bbcir Saad.
Telephone Main m QUEEN STREET