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Oceanic Steamship Company
Tfaft Fln 1'MieoRff Hteanpfi of TfaU Line Will Attire tt nc
Lme Tbii l'ort it llrtnander,
From San Franolioo
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In eoBBMtlon with Ike ailing of Ike above ateaawi, tb Agent
M prepared to Ueae, to intending paaaeBgeri, coupon tbroagb
Makala by any tailtoad from Baa Franoltoo, to all potato in the
United State, aad (ton New Yotk by aajr ateaaaibip line to all
For farther partiealara apply to
Wm. 0. Irwin & Co., Limited
General Agent Oceanic B. 8. Co.
Pacific Mail Stiamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental SltusUp Co, jb Iijo Kisen Kalsbi
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American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, SAN FRANCISCO AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
a. 6. "AMERICAN" will leave New York for San Francisco and Portland
en route to Honolulu about October loth. Chartered 8. 8. " HYADE8" will
leave New York for San Francisco on September 1st.
Freight received at Company's new wharf, 43d Street, South Brooklyn, at all
times by lighters r In cars. For general Information, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO..LTD.,
tier SteamshiD Co., Ltd.
6. 6. Klnau,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will sail from Honolulu on
(Tuesdays at 1! noon, for Kau
nakakal, Lahalna, Maalaea Bay, Klhel,
Cfakena, Kawnlbae, Mahukona, Lau
sanoehoe and Hllo.
Returning will sail from Hllo on
Frlda)B at 10 a. m for above named
ports, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
days. Passengers and freight will be taken
Cor Makena, Mahukona, Kawnlhao, Hl
lo, Hakalau, Honomu, Fapalkou and
Passengers and PACKAGES ONLY
trill be taken for Kaunakakal, Lahalna,
Maalaea Bay, Klhel and Laupahoehoe
6. 6. Clsudlne,
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 6 p. m. touching at Lahalna. Ka
kulul, Nahlku, Hana, Hamoa and Kl
aahulu, Maul. Returning, touches at
above named ports, arriving In Hono
lulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, ones each
6. 6. Lehua,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, LANAI.
Balls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Kamalo, Maunalel, Kalaupapa, Labal
a, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
Make changes In the time of departure
and arrival of Its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not be responsible
for any consequences arising there
from. Consignees must be at the landing
to receive their freight This com
pany will not hold Itself responsible
(or freight after It has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
lor money or valuables of passengers
Balsas placed la the csre of the pur
Passengers art requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Those fall
lag to do to will be subject to an ad
ditional charge of twenty-flve per cent.
The company will not be liable for
loss of, nor Injury to, nor delay In de
livery ot baggage or personal effects of
passengers, or freight of shippers, be
yond the amount of $100, unless the
value of the same be declared when io
'celved by the Company, and an extra
charge be made therefor.
All.employes of the company are for
bidden to receive freight without, de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
the form prescribed by the Company,
and which may be seen by shippers
pon application to the pursers of the
- Shippers are notified that it freight
It shipped without such receptt It will
M solely at tne risk or tne snipper.
C. L. WIGHT. President.
8. B. ROSE), Secretary.
CAPT. T. K. CLARKE, Port Bupt
in Ho'cl Strut. II. I.
Kapi. Caiatatii, tali. Nativa Hiti, Hula sirtt,f
Nllhio Mitt. Fani, Slwlli, Siidt.Etc, llom.midtl
Pol,conitanilyonliin4. TELEPHONE l I
For Ian ruelMO.
For San Francliw:
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Co., Ltd., Agents.
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FROM SYDNBT AND BRISBANB
For Victoria asd. Vancouver IB. Ci:
Aorangl... Oct t
Warrlmoo.. . Nov. ti
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THREE TRAINS DAiLY
From San Franc! -n.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
From Portland . . .
Leave San Francisco: 8:oo A. M., lo.oc.
A. At., 6:oo P .
Leave Portland: 9:1 s A. M 9:00 p. A.
Through without Change.
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
: Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
Barber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
135 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G.
P. & T. A..
O. R. & L. Co.
Prom and After January 1, ISO.
u. Sua. tillv
full Cltv i:is
F. C. Smith, Oen'l Past, tt Tfoktt
O. P. DanianM, RnwrtnUndont.
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C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
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TUB HVHNINn BULLS. ItMt HONOLULU,
CAPT. WUDPS REPORT
I ILL MAILS or
THE OKEtiON ACCIIENT
Grounding Wis in No Way Fault of
Officer In Midst of Dense Fog
Ledge Not Charted Con
stantly on Watch.
Waalilngton, Bent. 3. The uay
departminl has Jutt rrflicl liy null
the olllclal report ot Captain Wilde of
the battle ship Oregon tit the circum
stances attending tha grounding of Hut
ship In the Uult ot I'cclilll last June,
and her sutccaiful salt age. Tho re
port goct to confirm the department s
prclomly pxircacd coinkllon that
tho groumllng naa not In any rrpx.t
attributable to fault on the part nf
Captain Wilde or any oltlccr of the
Ougiin, who, in fact, appear to havu
cxerclicd extraordinary precautions to
guard against tho accident. The re
pairs hae been completed and tho
Oregou arrhed yesterday at Woo 8iin,
whero she la to form one of the Intra
national fleet to guard the transport
service during tho existence of tho
Captain Wlldo's report says: "Thu
Oregon grounded upon an uncharted
ledge in l'echili gulf at 3:0S p. in.. Juno
28, 1100. The ledge has threo and u
halt fathoms over Its highest part.
The chart showed at this place seven
teen to eighteen fathoms. Previous lo
the grounding of the ship I received
urgent orders from Hongkong, from
tho commander In chief, to proceed lo
Taku as soon as ready. This order was
dated Juno 23d and was received tnj
same afternoon. The Zaflro arrived at
4:10 p. m. on Juno 23d, and the mo
ment men and Mores were taken from
her the Oregon went to sea, leaving
Hongkong at C:C0 p. in. Tho weutuer
was flue and clear until the 26th, when
fog set in very thick. We slowed ti
half speed. At Interval the fog lifted
and tho ship was sent ahead full Bpecl.
Southeast Promontory light was sight
ed at Sill o'clock on tho night of Juno
27th. Northeast Promontory light wns
not sighted, as tho fog had again shut
down. Neither was the fog signal
heard. The ship was being 'lcadud'
right along with patent sounding ma
chine "Off Wel-hal-wel tho fog lifted for n
few moments Just long enough for mo
to 8po the flashing light. That was the
last absolute 'fix' I had. I judged my
self to he off Chefoo by seeing some
Junks, which aro generally seen off
that port. A steamer also crossed our
bow, evidently bound Into Chefoo from
Port Arthur. The fog settled down
denser and denser. Sounded with pat
ent lead every halt hour. When y
distance from Howkl light had been
run down to within ten miles I slowed
to Ave knots and had lead men in botn
chains, also extra lookouts listening
for any whistle echo from any Island.!,
or to catch tho sound of a gun fro.n
Ilokl light station. There were fully
fifty men stretched along forward on
both sides on lookout Owing to tin;
density of tho fog I remained on th
bridge night and day since tho 28th
All hands, In fact, were constantly 011
the alert. The whlitlo was being con
stantly sounded, and as there was va-y
lUlit airs there was no reason why 1 tt 3
light keepers should not hnvo heard.
"I continued on, sounding constant
ly, until 1:45 p. m. on tho 23th, whrn
I began finding wAter from twelve to
thirteen fathoms, when I had been Bit
ting right along to seventeen fnthonu;.
This Indicated something wrong, and,
getting no response to Masts of th?
whistle, I anchored In seventeen fath
oms of water. The fog was very denbe.
Two whnleboats sounded around the
ship, but found no obstructions. About
forty-live minutes nfter anchoring the
fog suddenly lifted nnd Howkl llght
houso was plainly seen, distant three
nnd ono-thlrd miles. The chart show
ing clear water, I got under way at
once, headed for Howkl light. The
fog shut down again very dense bo
fore I got my anchor, but, knowing
my position and orders being urgen:,
and suspecting no danger, I startod
aher.il with a starboard helm, wb"n
the vessel brought up with three dis
tinct thumps. Not until then did the
llghtkecpers Are guns: they then fired
two guns, according to rule.
"All water-tight doors were Instant
ly closed. Tho engines were Instantly
stopped, hut not reversed, as I feaird
she might sink If I hacked Into deep
unter. The sea W114 as smooth as n
lake and I decided to wait and Bee if
she took water, which she did rapidly
In compartments A3, A4, A5, A33, A9S,
A98, 1180, 13 magazine, 8 magazine ar.d
passing-room. At onco got out and
provisioned all boats; also armed and
equipped the same. Oot over tho col
lision mat at once and at slack water
sent a diver down and located tho
break. Another diver was procure 1,
who located .ono long break, extending
n dlstanco of twenty-flve feet on tho
port side forward. Tho current was
running at great velocity; divers could
only work for two hours at high and
low water nlack.
"Sent Lieutenant Leigh, navlgatsr,
to Chefoo on the passing French gun
boat Surprlso to charter steamers t
take, ammunition, coal .and stores, a
tho ship would have to bo lightened to
get lock out of the sldo ot tho ship .r
nut of the bottom. Two steamers ar
rived from Chefoo on June 30th, which
had been chartered by Commnn I r
nogers, United Stntes steamer Nash
ville. "On July 1st, at 1I:B7 n. m tho ship
floated and swung to her anchor,
which had been laid out astern with
a ten-Inch hawser. Thu hawser part
ed, nnd In order to avoid sinking tho
chartered steamer could not avoid go
ing aground a second tlmo. The ship
rests between two largo boulders for
ward, Tho diver can sen undor tho
keel. Sho shows no signs of strains,
as far as 'huts' or 'stieaks' stall
ing." A subsequent report from Captain
Wildo on the following day, July 5th,
dated on board ship In tho Quit of Po
H. I MflNBAY, SliPfBliBlt
thill tail Ihst h hot th if"-!
In ri'iinit thai lit, hli flmiliM Htt rl
il M itilwk lhi mMrnlrm uhllx llslt)
ilng "ho s tht tmrH in ffit' h
iiti'l tin half ftihotn nf wsl.f ,
and a iHaHr mum xmih nf llnm
Hshl. ami Hi mmt Mrp M4I1IHHH1.4
Ihf tfnlcr Wrrrfclh; Mnliifrs wp
with Iipt. rMit the laMalii aM It
trpfrrt (hat nr arlilHrfllMl Imfi" h1
ln found lit Hi ilhrr slum calftt
isahorp Hi first tlnip
TIip lilt ftrrril went as I 11.
rrady linon. tn Knrti Aitrk. hfrp h'
lfniporrllr rppalrH '
ON SATURDAYS RACES
lo the llullftlim report of the raci,
Hsturda). the etenta up to time fjl
luncheon were alt en. Immediately af
ter this Important ent. the luo )ard
swimming raeti n called. The only
stnrters were Kuaiwa and Klmokit).
the champion of the last two ears who
defeated Dan llenenr IClniiikeo won III
1 minute 12 seconds
Ne,tt came tho slx-oared sliding sent
barge rnce for member of clubs who
hnd not rowed In mi) rnie outside of A
club, Prize. 123 troph. Course, spir
buoy course The Healanls and Myr
tles entered crews. The start was a
good one. the Hculiuils slightly In tin
lead. The Healanls were about two
lenaths ahead nt the lat rlinntiet liimv
J At the spar buoy, tho Alihle M return
ing, made tho iioats go slightly out of
their course. The Healanls rounded the
spar flrst. The Myrtles made a poor
turn hut, nevertheless, caught the He
alanls and then forged ahead. At the
lighthouse they were five lengths
nhcad. This they kept to the flntjii.
Time, 12 minutes nnd C seconds.
The six paddle canoo race was for
two prizes of 120 and $10, the course
being from thu judges' stand to and
around the first can buoy ninknl of tho
quarantine wharf and back to start.
Alabama entcreil by A. M. Drown, Wal
klkl by L. I. Scott, Kakaako by Moke
and Pimkolanl by Kuhlo were the only
boats entered. The Alabama won easi
ly In 6 minute sand 18 records.
A boat from the William Olsen, cap
tained by Kalanin, won from a Me
Chesney boat captained by Starkey in
the tug-of-wnr between steamer ser
vice boats in actual use. The prize was
$23 and the distance 73 yards.
There were four starters In the two
oared shore race. The first and second
Iioats to finish wero disqualified as the.
Judges decided they were not tho regu-
lar shore boats. Mnhuka won flrst
place and and Sharkey, second. The
prizes were $.10 nnd $13 and the cour.10
was around the knuckle buoy.
The diving contest for distance was
won by Kuniwa, who covered almost
73 yards under wnter. The prize wis
As there were no startlers In tho
sleamcr boat eient, this race was de
Just at this point. A. (1. M. Robert
son, father of Regatta Day in tho
Legislature, and Daniel Logan of the
Bulletin rowed a friendly race, "for a
leather medal," ns the former propos
ed The course wns from tho Judges'
float to the Wilder wharf stnilg'it
nwny. It was a close raco nil the way,
and an agreed draw at the finish.
The sailing ennoe rnce v,nn one of th"
prettiest events of the day. Severil 1
Iioats were cnteied. The Tnkntoii unl
Tcomlnatuii, made nnd sailed by South
Sen Islanders, got away from the Ha
waiian nt the stnrt and fairly flew
The course was to tho entrance of the
hnrbor and return. The prizes wero
$20, $15 nnd $10. Tho Takntoa took
flrst prize and tbn Teonlnntun, second.
Kenlohn, entered by Moke, finished
Kulwu, tho champion Hawaiian Inns
distance swimmer, won the half mile
swimming race. The prize was 15.
The dlstanco was made In 0 minute.
A boat from the E. B. Sutton won the
rnce for four-oared' merchant ships
boats In 19 minutes and 20 seconds. A
liont from tho Wm. Olsen was second.
The prizes were $20 and $T0.
YACHT RACES SUMMARY
Kolluwlug is a summary of the yacht
First Class Ilvu, entered by I.'. O.
White; Ileleno by V. Whitney, and
Ilonnlu Dundee by C. II. Smith.
Won by llvu in 3 hours, 5 minutes
and 20 seconds. Tho Helene finished
second in 3 hours, 8 minutes and 50
seconds. The llonule Dundee cumo lu
last. Time, 3 hours, 20 minutes and 58
First prize, $100 trophy uud second,
Second class Hawaii by W. L. Wil
cox, and Dewey by T. W. Iloliron.
Won by Hawaii In 3 hours, 45 min
utes and 52 seconds. Tho Dewey's time
was 3 hours, 19 minutes and 19 sec
onds. 1'lrht prize, $50 trophy nnd second,
Third cluss Opltsnh by H. II. Pen
hallow, Myrtlo by (. A. Ciozler, Kulka
by II. M. Matt-Smith nnd Vl-ke by
I'rlncu David Knwnnuuaknn.
Won by the Myrtlo In a runaway raco
In 2 hours, 2 minutes und 1C seconds.
Vl-ko finished second In 2 hours, '.It
minutes nnd 53 seconds. Oplts.ih wns
I 'list prize, $10 tiophy, second :?
trophy and third $20.
Fourth class Anna by C, !'. Chlll-
Ingworth, lldlth U by Ram Dowsett
Ahlilo M. by 11. M. Dow, l'okll by H.
II, Wlllliima and Skip by C. Johnson.
Won by l'okll In 2 hours ami 30
seinuds. Abblo M. Ilnlshnl second In
2 hours, 31 minutes nnd 35 secou.li,
and tho Kdlth I., third In 2 hours, .".I
minutes and 17 seconds.
First prize, $10 trophy, second, $21
trophy, and third $20 trophy.
Mr. R W. Cslluirt, execute of the
rt III nf the lite Ja. liii, bv ordfr of the
Circuit Court, mil ellat Public Auction
mi WliDMiSUAY, Sept. 0li, io,
AT W OLOCK NOON,
si the wlewoom of J. I1. Morgan, tt
Oufen St.. Honolulu, to the hlghut bid'
Jrr for cali, the follow Ing JtMlbrJ lrae
I10IJ of valuable re.il estate.
Thst luge lot, originally three IM, and
two-story frame dwellii.g house, formerly
the residence of the late Mr. UoJJ, front
ing on the new beach roaj and the a
hor, .1 little on the town sldeofJohn
bna'a piice, tht lea, 0( W,M n,4r
years in run from Sept. it, 1000. 'I he
annual rental Is 2;.o. payable vml
annually In advance, an J Is paid tn March
1st, 1001. Tht bullJIng is lnureJ, ttves
P'coald, the water rates paid to Jan. 1st,
Upset pike fjoco. Terms of the sale
CASH, U. S. Gold Coin. All expends at
the expense of the purchaser.
The above sale Is subject to the con'
firmatlon of the court.
For further particulars, enquire of the
executor or of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Honolulu, Sept. 6th, 1900. 1629
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AMD SHARES
OF CORPORATION STOCK
RARE CHANCE FOR CAPITALISTS
By order ol Henry Smith, Esj., who de
sires to change the form of his Invest
ments, the undersigned will expose for
sale at Public Auction at his salesroom,
Queen street. In Honolulu, at 12 o'clock
noon on WEDNESDAY, Sept. 26th, 1900.
The following pieces or parcels of land
and shires of stock, viz :
1. Land on makai side of King street
Ewa side of Catholic Cemetery, lately
vacated by James Carty, being Lot 4 of
L. C A. 706; has oi feet frontage on King
street, 160 feet depth, contains 34'ico of
an acre more or less. Possession to be
2. Two pieces of land In Kalauao,
Ewa, Oahu) belngapanas 1 and 2 of L. C.
A. 6i$6E both containing 12.72 chains,
kula and wet land more or less, leased to
Chin Wo Co. for )o.oo per annum, rent
payable annually In advance, last rent col
lected July 1, 1000. Has about seven
years more to run.
Terms for the above 50 cash, joJi on
mortgages for three years at i.
14 shares Walmanalo Sugar Co. stock
par value, f 100.00 each.
40 shares Mutual Tel. Co. stock, par
value 510.00 each.
1 share Hamoa Sugar Co. stock, par
value f 100.00.
Terms cash for shares. Deeds and
stamps at expense of purchasers. Titles
to real estate are perfect.
For further partlcuhrs enquire of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Auctioneer and Broker.
3) Queen St., Honolulu. iCji
Set ol 5 maps, $2.00
GO CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
P. O, Boi 7ii ItlanJ CoirupoeJtnci Solicited.
FINKE & ASBAHB,
Cut and Growing Plants. Spravs. Bou
Decorators for Weddings ind Recep
tions. Floral Designs for Funerals a Specialty.
Next to Williams' Undertaking Parlors.
The following resolution was russfJ
unanimously at meeting of the Executive
"That It Is the sense of the Executive
Committee that the District Committees
have the power to fill all vacancies that
may occur In said District Committee.
GEO. W. SMITH,
E. R. HENDRY.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Orpheum Co., Ltd.,
u III be held at the office of M. P. Robinson
on Tuesday, the 18th of September, 1900,
purpose of meeting being to consider the
advisability of Increasing the capital stock
of the comnanv to acceDt the amendment
to the charter of the company, and to
transact any other business that may come
Deiore sucn meeting.
D K AWANANAKOA
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers are furnished with from
five to six lists per week, giving an ac
curate record of deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers ot attorney.
jtc etc., which aro placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PHICIS, $2.00 PER
A. V. GBAR.
JuiM Building, Honolulu.
Mrs, Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " Mlgnon "
720 Beretanla streets Tel. it 14. iG37-tf
TKLKl'HONK NO, 11.)
NOW tt the Unit to (tt Utkt at)
breakage .n to, and yMr
Roofs Put In Ordft
By ootniKUnt nm t
Por the Plumbing
On that now linnan lli. I ! ...
ftbont to bnild or the p.ltertlon.
yon am intending to make on
yonr property. Call and aee rai
and got an oatlmate.
JAS. NOTT, Jr
Practical Tintmitb and Ploabcr,
duui,. jMiviama umi, 4 aloon Mil
of Punchbowl. Phone 841,
Hours 7 a. m, to 6 p. m.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
W. H. BAfTM. H taW .u-
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Galvnld Iron Skylights and VtatluUtn,
Conductor Pip and GutUr Wrt
Kkairli StTML M. Ohm aal Maactail. TTtsilsH
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