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VHALER GAYHEAD Oil FIRE.
Tlonght to Have Eeen Set by a Member of Her Crew. no GUKI TO HER A-iSISTAXCK. Also Blew From the Philadelphia. Smok From Lower Hold Vessel Broafht Into the Harbor smd m Fire Enjlue Called Out. About 11 o'clock last night a boat came in to the tugboat wharf and reported the whaler Gayhead on fire. The alarm was immediately sent out and the crew of the tugboat summoned. The tug was fired up, and within twenty minutes after the alarm had been sent in was on the way to the assistance of the veesel, which lay at anchor outside the harbor. The tug was preceded by the launch from the Philadel phia, under command of Lieuten ant Werhlich. On reaching the vessel it was found that the fire had been started in the lower hold, and though a volume of smoke poured from the forehatch and the forecastle, the crew had kept the flames down ! A Vk 1 l m .11 Uapa sst Vis n 4 V r Vr l Li-i tun Biuaii uucc u4 uvaiuauo ehip. f Streams were quickly put on from the tug and the Philadelphia launch. X The captain, who has been 8tor pine at the Arlington; went out on the tug. He stated hat there was nothing but casks in the hold j ana ine natural inierenciis urawn that the fire must have been set by some oi ine crew, ine story iom by the crew is that about 10 o'clock wuuo iu mo iuiii wo P1J"& 1 1 f . t a! II cams one oi ineir numoer noiiceu an odor as of tar burning. He called attention to the fact and about the same time the men on watch noticed smoke issuing from the fore hatch. The fire bad gain ed such a headway that the deck and hatch were thoroughly heated. A boat was sent ashore at once and the crew stood by with buckets and the meagre fire apparatus of the ebipi ' . It was impossible to get at the flames and the water from steamer pumps had to be poured indiscrim- li"Til 4V a Afto, nmn. inatelv into the hold. After pump ing for about half an hour with apparently little effect it was de cided to bring the vessel in the harbor, near enough to the wharf so that hose could be run from the shore. Deputy Marshal Brown came in on the launch and called out the fire department, and the vessel was towed in to within a few feet of the tugboat wharf, At 2 o'clock the engines were still" at work and the hatches smok ing, with the prospect that the fire would be entirely subdued in a few hours. The crew of the Gayhead are a pretty hard-looking lot, being made up principally of Portuguese and negroes. They will be watched closely, as setting the firo is thought to be a scheme to escape the long voyage to the North seas, whence the vessel was soon to set sail. At the hour of going to pres3 the fire was reported out, and the ves sel was being pumped out. GRAND BCHUETZENFtST FOR 1895. Preparations Being Made at Glendale. Fifty Corp Will Meet. New York, Feb. 17. Eastern dis- a t1o1 4 It r lyn, are Interested in the arrange ments that are being made for the bundesshlessen or schuetzenfest to be held this summer in Koenig's Park, Glendale. - In anticipation of the event, vthich partakes sosiewhat of an international character, ground was broken in the park for forty-five new rifle ranges. The big shooting match will be beeun on June 30th and last until July 8th It is expected that at least fifty-five schuetzen corps from the United States and Germany will participate, and the prizes will ranee in value from $1000 down. Last summer the bundesshlessen was held in Mainz, in Germany, and the repre sentatives of a German-American team carried off the first prize. If the confident anticipations of the promoters are realized it is expected that both in marksmanship and num ber of competitors the German fest of iikh will be outclassed, jyiany organ izations are coming from over the sea, nnH Wsoilnnn Uan Vran(aAn a 1 - umore, rhiladelpnia ana toe oiner Irfra l)la f hA V.Anntnr nrlll V.a ran. " From the metropolitan district this tii m ... li win luraisu a uue proponiou, iirooKiyn will be represented by tne "Pootn.,, tmi.: c'ii 1 Eastern the Independent Schuetzen Corps, the South Brooklyn Sharpshooters, the Brooklyn Rifle Club and the Elite Schuetzen Corns. There are already twelve rifle ranges in the park, so that when those now unaer way are completed the marks men will have fiity-aeven at their xx srLJi 1(J ROAD RACE TONIGBT. Three Teams Will Compete For Glory Only. One of the athletic evei.ts of tl.e eeason will take place tonight at 7:00 o'clock, iu the shape of a road race between three teams two made up of town boys and ot.e of sailors from the Philadelphia. The start will be made from E., O. Hairs corner, the conditions be ing that the first man back shall reveive one point, the second, two points, and so on to the last. The side receiving the fewest points will be declared winner. Up to a late hoar last night nothing definite bad been learned about the third team, which is to come from among the Philadelphia men. Nothing had been said to the warship's sailors about the matter tmtil yesterday afternoon, when they got together- and seven entries were secured for the race. Ten men will constitute a team and a referee on a bicycle is to accompany each to insure fair play. As the course over which the run will be made is about five miles, the reierees will have their hands full. Starting from E. C. Hall's cor ner, the first course will be from that point, out King street, up Punahou, into Beretania and down Fort to the start. The second is up Fort, out Beretania, down Pu nahou and in King street to the start. The third course has not been arranged for yet, but it is thought that one of the same courses will be chosen, the start be ing made a short time after the first two teams leave. Following are the teams as far as could be learned last night : First team Charles Crane, L. Singer, J. Wright, J. Thompson, P. Parker, iT. White, Vida Thrum, Tom Pryce, J. S. Spencer and George Rosa. Second team B. F. Beardmore, L. Gay, W. Bolster. S. Gumpher, W. Lyje and five others. Third team x. Sharkey, C. Thompson, W. D. Jennings, S. D. Bates, G. Whitnoy, jj Roskey, T. C. Reese and others, The referee will be agreed upon touav. CHURCHES TOMORRROW. Sunday Services of the Various City Congregations. St. AxDsrvr's Cathedral The ser vices of the Second Congregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral tomorrow, Sunday, will be as follows: 9:45 a m., morning frayer with sermon; Venit, Tay or, in IS flat; Benedicite, Birch, in D; Benedictus, Barnby, in D; hymns -QiaruL231ianthem. "flear Me When call." by lanjr fJaTTT b:TA) p. m., Evensong with sermon; Magnificat, Arne, inF; Nunc Dimitua. Uibbons, in Hi Hat; anthem,"Lord for Thy Tender Mercies Sake," by Farrant ; hymns 90 and 26. All seats are free. Rev. Alex. Mackin tosh, pastor. Cextbal Union Chubcii Dr. Hutch- ins will preach at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Morning topic: "The Momentum of the Kingdom of Christ." Evening topic : "Father Heart and the Mother Ue&xt ol God." Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30 p. m. Leader, Mrs Egner. First Methodist Episcopal Church Rev. H. W. Peck, pastor. 10 am., Sunday school, Mr. C. Day, superintend ent. 11a. m., sermon. Subject: "Meas ure for Measure." 7:30 p. m., ser- mon. suDieci: "women as leaa- -m. . -e era." iTayer meeting, weanesaay, 7:15 p m. Meetings held in hall over Tracy's store, corner Foit and Hotel streets ; entrance on Hotel street. Everybody welcomed. Christian Chcbch Harmony Hall, King street, between Fort and Alakea streets. T. D. Garvin, pastor, bunday pchool at 9:45 a.m. Theme, at 11 a.m., "The Divine .Danger Signals." Theme, at 7:30 P.m.. "The Impressed and Ex pressed Will oi Uod." Uibie class mon- dayat 7:30 p. m., at the rastor's resi dence: lesoon. Ufn , ix, xana xi. ron- sectarian Bible sludy; all parties wel corned. Prayer meeting Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. in the hall. Y. M. C. A. Services Sunday, 11 a. m., at Oahu Jail; 1 :15 p. m., at the Bar racks; 3:30 p. m., Bible study at Y. M. C. A.; 6:30 p. m., Gospel praise eervice at Y. M. U. A. Latter Day Saints Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day street. Services will be held on bunday as follows : 10 a. m. Bible class; 11 :15 a. m. and 6 :30 p. m., preaching. 9 THE INCOME TAX LAW. Amendments to be Reported tr ne Conference Committee. Washington, Feb. 18. The Senate and FTnnflA conferees on tne bill ex- tonrfintf thft time ior maKincr in- - v rnm tai returns louay ic.u an otrropmfTit on the amend ment made to the bill in the Senate. The first amendment was ac cepted by the House, with modlfica- .. Minna- Tn rvtmrtutincr In- UUU9i AO tuiiunst X - . nnder said act tne amounts Ti-arilv reduced for fire insurance premiums and ordinary repairs shall The second amendment, providing ocroinaf. dnuble DavmenU on amounis o dividends of corporations and exempting such dividends, even in ps where the tax may not have been naid by the corporation, was (rrMl in with SOUie Verbal ameUU- I 7 The Senate conierees ""r l 4Ut-.i o momlmpnt. eiemDUUK tA.- iuC uiuu -lnn uiries payers irom auwc is ,ZJt th krt I r-,T o.ncolnl v nrovlueu ior in tue aci, not especially provided for and it was stricken out. Th A nTTRn!reB is the leading the TTflwaiian Islands it has aWer circulation and adver- TiAtronacre than any paper ui;crf ;r. tha TTflwaiian Islands. ;UMMEKCUL ADVERTlSJEStt; HOIS OJLUJLU, 1 I MARY PUTNAM JACOBI. ILLIK PEYEREUI BLAKE. M m WOMAN SUFFRAGISTS Miss Anthony, Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Bl&ks and Mrs, Jacobi who recently took a prominent part in the National Woman Suffrage Association's con vention in Atlanta, Cfa. The above M0L1NE WHEEL WALKING PLOWS we now carry iu stock and can fill orders for same promptly. They have been thoroughly tried and the fact that we have sold SEVENTEEN on tho island of Hawaii alone during the past two months shows that the wnen they see it. Wo cill ooll Via oil. L-vivtrrn TToll P.rnolnr 19 11 IK QTlfl 16-inchK" which is also made xAiN I. One of our latest customers says this: "Send me a 16-inch 'HallV Breaker, I have tried other marres lately and nnd they do not do the worK that yours win. We have all sizes of Plows from 4 to 16 inches; also side hill and furrow Plows. " We have the most complete assortment of Tools of all kinds for clearing sugar or coffee lands. Our stock of SHIP CHANDLERY and ROPE has been added to lately and vve can furnish almost anything needed. 'WAUKEGAN BARBED WIRE is far ahead of any other make; try it, and you will be surprised with the results. If you prefer galvanized or black plain Fence Wire we have a heavy stock. If you want a perfect wire stretcher send to E. O. PUSS IN Is all right a-foot. This is quite necessary, not only for puss, but 'or eTeiy one,in town, th tSn of the year. Keep the feet all rieht, SK act to be secure. Our stock of footwear embraces pretty much everything in apt u De secure, vut bu hnR;npnft nn nleastue. town and country. After inspecting our cpllecUon of footwear, tfcere'a thmge to we intte way inW no nrires can re lower ir an ours, jucw uuioo no made on Ta little laitTwd the Joods are again. 516 FORT meTril will pro?e rhei THE MANDFACTDRERS li i i I I i I . " ' 7 Mm'-: M REV. ANNA. SHAW, SUSAN B. AKTHONT. , planters know a good thing by the M0L1NE PLOW COM- Hall & Son. r 4 BOOTS. good enough to last till the flowers come .STREET. E CANS ARC- CCS'AIM r.CQfz n.erir. SHOE COMPANY 1 1 MARCH 9. 1S95. GEAiSD Clearance Sale! COMMENCING March. 1st A!CD CONTINUING FOR SO I Am Overstocked. Everything, including shelves and counters are loaded with goods. I Must Have Room and have marked prices down to inaugurate a Great Sale. Special Sale oi some article each day, which will be displayed in the window each day prior to the day of sale. This will be a grand time for for the people of Honolulu to secure bargains. AMOSKEAG GINGHAMS 14 YARDS FOR $1. Don't Forget the Date MARCH 1st. Temple of M. G. SILVA, Prop. NO SIGN OF PEACE. rnuT?W A U between Ja- is still on. aitnousn acuve work in the field has been sus pended until spring. Througn my agents, 1 made arrangements before war was declared for an immense stoctc of goods to be shipped as I re quired, consequently j, can ai ford to sell at the same low figure. Ex Uentala L received a con signment of goods comprising all the latest and freshest de signs in Dress Goods, Scarfs, Morning wowns ior laaies anu rackets, Silk Pajamas, Japa nese and China ware, bcreens, Portieres, Lamp Shades, etc. The latest thing in Lacquer Ware, is the Cherog Lacquer made up in nanusome designs which cannot help to please the most fastidious. tSRemember, I have the leading store for first-class Japanese iioods. DAI NIPPON, HOTEL STREET, ARINGTON BLOCK, MRS. J. P. P. COLLACO, Proprietress. PIONEKB Steam Candy Factory and Bakery F. HORN, Practical Confectioner snd Baker, 2STO. 71 HOTEL STREET. 3753-tf n. JAOVEN, m o Practical uunmaser w;n An nnv kind of renainnff to rue arms, also drowning ana blueing ana " . j . . . 1 restocking eqaal to ractory work, tatis- faction tuaranteea. union street, wita C. fcsterling. Painter. 3903-v MERCHANTS' CHOICE LIQUORS AND FINE BEER, Corner of King and Nuuanu streets. X7"Telephone 803. .C907-tf DAYS Fashion National Cane Shredder (fATKNTKU DNOKH IIIF I.AIVs tr TUB HAWAIIAN I9L.'NI . Mr. John A. Scott, Manager of the Hilo Suar Company gives the following wonderful record of the working of tho NATIONAL CANE SHRED DER, which was erected by their works at the commence ment of the crop just har vested: "During tho past week the Hilo Sugar Company's mill ox ceeded any 01 its' former records by closing the 125 hours grinding with an output ofSOOftons. This is full v 10 per cent, more than tho best work of former years. "The three roller mill being 26 in. by 54 in. and the two roller mill SO in. by 60 in. The first mill doing this amount of work in an efficient manner and with great ease, compared with work on wholo cane, owing to thorough preparation 01 tne cane oy tne jauonai Cane Shredder, recently erec ted by the Company. And by its use the extrac tion has been increased from 8 per cent, to 5 per cent, on all kinds of cane, and in some cases 80 per cent, has been reached: the average being 75 to 78 per cent., according to quality. ., "I continue to find the megass from shredded cane better fuel than from whole cane. "The shredder has been working day and night for seven montns ano nas given me entire satisfaction, having shredded during that time about seventy thousand tons of cane, and a large part of it being hard ratoons. "The shredder and engine m m a t m require . very little care or attention." l7Plans and specifications of these shredders may be seen at the office of . G. Irwin fi Ca LI SOLE AGENTS FOR THE HAW ATT AN IBLAH133. 1 QUEEN STREET, Between Al&kea mi ' Richird Streets. mnu TTTmttP.RTOTrET) ARE PRE- X pared to make all kinds of Iron, Brass, Bronze, Zinc, Tin and Lead Cast ings ; also a general repair shop for Steam Engines, Bice Mills, Corn Mills, Water Wheels, Wind Mills, etc. ; Machines for the Cleaning of Uonee, u as tor kjub, Beans, Ramie. Sisal, Pineapple Leaves and nthor Fihrnna Plants and Pater Stock; also Machines for Extracting Starcn from tne Manioc, Arrow jtoot,etc. EZJAil orders promptly attenaea to. White, Bitman & Co. 3S82-y The above is our special brand of SAFETY MATCH. First-class in quality. Controlled by ourselves only and at prices to suit tne times. CASTLE & C00KE L'D. 3860-tf Is what we want, but in order to ob tain it, we must give VALUE FOR VALUE and invite the attention of the PEO PLE (tourists especially; to make a thorough examination of our fttock and prices, in Sterling Silverware Souvenir Spoons, Plated Ware, Watches and Diamonds, Native Jewelry, manufactured in unique de signs Knd to order. Jacobson & Pfeifter. FORT STREET, .Wenner & Cofl Old Stand . SS5S-tf ' Rubber stamps at Gazette o2ic Wm Nationa Iron Worls ' '-ii 1 in 'r-r - ' " 1 ' "- OTHER PEOPLE S MONEY service. Telephones 68.