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TILE PACIFIC CQ33LERCIAIi ADVERTISER; HOyoiOJIiII. XOVEMBER 21, 1S94.
A GOOD-BKEJOTHE OCEANIC. She Is to be Sent to England, to be Practically Rebuilt. Will Not She Is Coptic .Make Another Round Trii to Im Made peel jr The AVlll h Her urteitor. WHERE SETTLERS ARE GOING IN. Material Development Bounding Forward in Kona, Hawaii. Superior Climate and Soil Comuiunltle Springing l"p T1i Coflee lioom. Ciraml cenerjr Novel Echo. The Oceanic will not be in this port again, en route to the States, for some time. After making her Chinese and Japanese ports next month, she will proceed to England through the Suez Canal to be prac tically rebuilt. Her cabin3 will be refitted, her engines taken out and replaced by powerful machines that will lve expected to drive the veasel at the rate of from 10 to 18 knot3 an hour. After the Oceanic ha3 left, the Gaelic and Belgic will follow to undergo the same altera tions. The Coptic, which will substitute the Oceanic, and Dossiblv remain on the run permanently, is an ex ceptionally fine craft and can lead the Canadian Pacific liner3 a lively race. Her dimensions are not very different from those of the Belgi and Gaelic, she being only ten feet longer and two feet broader of beam. She waa built in 1S31 by Harlan & Wolff of England, and is a very much faster vessel than the Oceanic. The latter wa3 built at Belfast. The Coptic is built entirely of steel, bhe ha3 three decks and seven watertight bulkheads. Her gro33 tonnage i3 44SS tons. The Coptic registers 5G0 nominal horse-power, or fifty horse-power more than the Oceanic. Her speed is about It knots. Men who claim to know some thing about the Oceanic say that she only averages about 12 knots, ' and the tourists leaving Japan and China wait for the Canadian boats rather than travel in her. The Oceanic is commanded by Captain W. II. Smith, who will probably assume command of the Coptic. The White Star Company char ters the Oceanic, Keltic and Gaelic to the southern Pacific, a big charter being paid. It is under stood that there will no difference in the charter rate3 agreed upon for the Oceanic and those to be paid for the Coptic. When the Oceanic is returned to San Fran- 0 cisco, an almost new vessel, the charter ratea will still remain the eame. The Oceanic is now twenty-two years old. She was in her day one of the greyhounds of the Atlantic. Bhe wa3 the first nassengersteamer to have cabins forward. Her ac commodations even now are of a John M. Viva3, who returned by the Hall yesterday, 13 filled with m m - enthusiasm for Xorth Kona and the entire island of Hawaii. He is warm in praise of the climate and possibilities for cultivation and elo quent in urging road construction. Tremendous progress ha3 been made on the large island. Mr. Viva3 mentions a locality seven miles by fourteen which he rode over ten year3 ago and again last week. In 1S34, there was not a foreigner on thi3 territory. Now there are more than two hundred families with improved properties. Coffee culture eeems to have riv- 5fiirral SUHKrtiscmtnts. The Hawaiian Electric Company 21188 Katie Itosengrant Ulster, Teaa. Scrofula Vho Worst Case tho Doc tors Ever Saw Hood's Sarsaparilla Perfectly Cured C. I. Ilood & Co., Lowell, Mass. : "Dear Sirs: I wish to testify to the creat ralue of Hood's Sarsaparilla. For some time I bid. been troubled with scrofula, which early last winter assumed a very bad form. Sores Appeared on My Faco and bands and gradually increased in number until they reached to my shoulder. The doctors said it was tho worst case of scrofula they erer saw and also went so far as to say it was in- . , . . - , , l curable. I tried ointments and other remedies eted the attention of everybody. I out to no avaiL A friend recommended Hood's Hood'sGures Sarsaparilla, and although I was completely dis couraged, as a last chance I resolved to giro it a triaL After taking one bottle I noticed the sores bad commenced to heal. After the sixth bottle They Were All Healed. I continued to take It, however, until I had used n!n9 bottles, and now I am perfectly well" II is 3 Katie Rosexgrjln-t. Ulster, l'enn. Hood's Pills are prompt and eficlent, yet easy in action. Sold by all druggists. 23c. KOBRON DRUG COMPANY, S366 Wholesale Aeents. Jl LIVING The Hall brought an unusually heavy shipment. Land is being subjected everywhere. Coffee trees are being set out in all the gulches and on the lower hills. All sorts of experiments are being tried. No coffee is going to waste this year. Chinamen, natives and children are gathering every berry. Kailua, Mr. Vivas reported a3 a delightful resort. He recommends the elevations, where a marked climatic change is greatly enjoyed. From one peak near Kailua may be seen Kilauea, Mauna Loa and the island of Maui. This makes an impressive panorama. In the Hualalai mountains there is a peculiar crater that tourists usually miss. It is very clearly defined and has a circumference of two miles. Here is an echo phe nomenon. Standing at any place on the circle and sending out a sound, it is quickly back on several routes. The echo is second only to Sam Andrew's private echo that answers questions and tell3 for tunes. "Of an island like Hawaii," savs Mr. Viva3, "verv little can be learned excepting by a trip back from the coast. The wav npnnlp are K oing in cannot be appreciated free? iuS?KETTlE HAltmloS,' in Honolulu. Men are busv in I Beauty Doctor.2G Geary st..San Francisco. everv direction with rlorplnnmonf I &Sr or sale by HOLLI8TER DRUG work." 2Ktm orrtlscmtnts. FERTILIZERS ! YOU MUST HAVE TO MAKE GOOD CHOPS. THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING COMPANY kef s always and constantly on hand all the well known CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS and offers them for sale at the lowest market rates. They manufacture complete High Grade Fertilizers to acy ppecia; formula and guarantee the analysis, and all that other firms do. Planters would do well to write the undersigned before ordering anywhere ese. A dollar saved is a dollar made. F. COOK.E, Proprietor and Manager Hawaiian Fertilizing Company. EVERYBODY lOSTOWS Geo. W Lincoln no mm Are now prepared to wire houses either by contract or day labor and to furnish elec tric lamp, chandeliers and fittings of all descriptions and of elegant modern styles at reasonable rates. SIT" The Company is now extending its line toKapiolani Is Burned Out, but Still Prepared to Superintend or Build Anything- from a One-roomed House to a New City Hall. All Orders Left With John Nott, King Street, Will be promptly Attended to. Positively needs a SKIN FOOD to prevent Wrinkles. Seiof theS Park and Pities dwelling on On i ThS1tlie route who are desirous of pinai skin Food being connected a issue liuuuer, ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL Prop PETER HIGH & CO., OFFICE AX&xoa and Richards -iYO MILL : near Queen Straet, Hoaolnla. II. on T7U " iaof, prised and delisht- luu. ruawiv I ed when you try this luxury a luxury in every respect ex cept price. A 75-cent pot lasts three months. Do you tan or burn? Mrs. Har rison's FACE BLEACH cures the worst case of Freckels, Sunburn. Sallowness, Moths. Pimples, and all Skin Blemishes. Price $1. Harmless and effective. Superfluous hair permanently removed. C0..523 Fort St.. FTonolnln. 3791-tf the M. O U L DINGS t.i. ir-i.. n SVSteni. "Will niP.nsn pnminnm. H O 1 Til- J Oi w catewitu poors, casn, .annus, screens, frames, TURNED AND SAWED Etc, rV ZTl?r T IT-XT Manages. Hawaiian Electric Co. WORK XST'Prompt attention to all orders. TELKPHONIC8 MUTUAL 65. i:T BELL 403. SHOES A PKESK, XEW THAT When a Man Needs Meat eupenor slow. port. though sho I? Very A YOUNG WIFE. Dismissed on a Ctiarge of Truancy Preferred by Her Mother. The only interesting case in the District Court yesterday was a charge of truancy against a native girl named Kanoka. Her mother took the stand and informed the Court that the girl, who is but four teen years of age, ran away from home to join her husband. It eeems that the pair were married last week without the mother's con sent and now she is trying to sepa rate them. The Court discharged the young wife. Lung Kee was dismissed on a charge of selling goods without a license. Since his arrest he has obtained.the necessary paper. Two Japanese laborers were fined $3 each for deserting and were or dered to be returned to their respec tive plantations. Owing to C. Hammer's illness, his case went over until Friday. Dredge Cable Farts. The steel cable that is used on the dredger "ladder," parted yes terday. It has been bearing a weight of thirty-five tone, and has been in use eince the dredger was built. There are 120 fathoms of this cable, and some difficulty is experienced in replacing it. Mean time the dredger i3 idle. Mr. Rowell has not yet decided be tween splicing or trying a smaller cable. mm -AXI AEE NEW ! II K DON'T FOR IT GO HUNTING CiSTLE k COOKE IMPORTERS, Hardware and General Merchandise RED RUBBER STAMPS OF A Zl KINDS t HE BUYS IT! FINE LINE i CF Gents' Fiiroisfa Goods "AT 413 Fort Street. MERCHANT TAILORING A Specialty. In Three Weeks, Now. A prominent royalist said to Captain Smith of the Oceanic yes terday : "The Republic is going to pieces very rapidly. A collapse will be forced by our people in about three weeks. We may move sooner if the Yorktown leaves port.,r Was a Schemer. "Do yon think Skinner can make a living out there?" "Make a living? "Why, he'd make a living on a rock in the middle of the ocean if there was another man on the rock." Philadelphia Record. Notice is called to our window of UNDERWEAR AT- 75 CENTS PER GARMENT. Great Bargains Call and inspect oat stock. We Lave them in our New Store. These Goods are direct from the Factory. Not one pair has ever been shown before This refers to McLNERM'S New Place, 103 FORT STREET, The very latest in everything for the feet of ladies, gentlemen and children See tne new noveltiee. All absolutely new and warranted. All from the lead ing makers at McINERNY'S New Place, 105 FORT STRSET. 3340-tf Notice of Sale. M. G. WEST WISHES TO GIVE notice to his patrons that he has this day sold out his Carriage Manu factory and the good will of bis busi ness to Mr. W. W. WRIGHT. Mr.West earnestly desires ail his customers to continue their patronage at the old stand with Mr. Wright. Dated June 30th, 1S94. G. WEST. Notice of Purchase. YAXCAMP, JOHNSTON & STOREY 413 Fort Street. S3 15-tf II AVING BOUGHT OUT THE business of the Honolu lu Carriags Manufactory, I desire to give notice to all my cus tomers, the customers of G. West and the general public that I will carry on the business under the same name "and at the old stand oa Fort street, just above Hotel. Dated Honolulu. June 30th, 1S94. 37-T-tf W. W. WKIGHT. For some time we have been When a man needs Hay and Grain, tryiDg to get hold of a GOOD LAWN MOWER, one that would do all the work of high priced machines, and yet sell for about one half the money. We have succeeded in finding just such a LAWN MOWER and do not hesitate to re commend them to you. If you want a Lawn Mower these will please you in every res pect and cost you as we say about one-halt the usual price. Besides our regular line of 3 and 4 ply HOSE we have the WATERBURY SPHINCTER GRIP GALVANIZED SPRING STEEL ARMORED HOSE, which is the best of the kind in this market. Those who have used the common iron-bound P 1 no vo 11 na 1 a nose wil1 appreciate the WAT VlCdlcllltU Odlt; ERBURY STEEL ARMORED HOSE; it last longer and is in every way better. The CACTUS LAWN SPRINKLER was evidently made to never wear out; it is simple and inexpensive, while it does the work of any other Lawn Sprinkler, though it has no revolving parts. Remember, we sell PEARL OIL at S1.90 per case, c. o. d., delivered to any part of the city. he don't have to hunt. The California Feed Company Does the hunting and famish THE HAY AND GRAIN. We hunt for the market. Fresh supply just arrived ex S.G. Wilder. SCT"Telephones 121. Office : Corner Nnnana and Queen Streets. HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COM'Y. GENUINE OF JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS BELOW COST! PER. j SEP 29 1894 'Paid 'Cancelled,' 'Entered, Etc.. Stamps for Office Use. AUTOGRAPH AND MONOGRAM STAMPS! SEALING WAX STAMPS. COMPLETE OUTFITS For rviarkine Linen. aA& All orders sent by S.S. Australia will be filled by return boat. C7"Call and see catalogue. W. E. BROWN, AGENT FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS XSgTThis office. SS35-tf For Sale. Grand Opportunity for Holiday Gifts. J. E. GOMES, 3S39-2m 409 FORT STREET. rr The Advebtisek is the leadin daily paper of the Hawaiian Islands. It has a larger circulation and adver tising patronage than any paper published in the Hawaiian Islands. Telephones 88. CASTLE & COOKE. IMPOKTEKH, Hardware and General Merchandise Trespas s Notice. LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY Jr. notified not to trespass or shoot tram e of any kind on the Ahupuaa of Waipio or the lands ot Waiakakalaua, Miki, Auiole or the flat3 about the month of the Waikele fciver after Nov. 35th. SS42-lw 1603-4t C. A. BROWN. A LIMITED NUMBER OF SHARES J,n the outh Kona Coffee Company. Ine Company has acquired five hundred acres of coffee land in fee simple at Papa feouth Kona, Hawaii, about three and one-half miles from Hoopuloa landing lhe land 13 among the best for coffee growing in Kona, the soil consisting of very rich a-a and is easily workedf A large number of shares have already been subscribed for. Apply to J. M. MONSARRAT, Cartwnght's Block, Merchant Street, Honolulu. sail 3592-tf The Daily Advertiser 75 cent month. 2