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THE PACIFIC COMMEECIAL ADVEBTISEB, HONOLULU, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1910.
1 - i vim, ; 111" . . ' Hi f .iniliriMllilll ILMILC ii win nr u uh hu . wan 1 , 11 LII1-Uinn' k-i-nifc-w RFRONT NEW: r a steerage ; I goat Carries Few Passen- Matson Liner Takes Away Big Crowd. enough money to pay I passage to Sa'n Francisco A number of Portuguese also k'ft for' ni.uiuan.i on the v ,;,,. i ; efore long there is no doubt tl.-.t' t'l.ov-! Iritiinr back to lio.,t,d ... '.i i le. lariiiir that "all is not old that i itters especially from a distance! twenty-one hundred miles. i Fire on Moana. i r ! what they cail "reasonable puvment " ; t. their steamship Jin- for carrying ' mails such payment being on a liberal -.-ale, in consideration of the fact thai ' 1 ' vesx-ls are obliged at ail times to hold themselves in readiness to aid the government in . ase of war. New i York -Marino Journal. MARINE REPORT. By Merchants' Exchange. J Wednesday, December Sydney Arrived, Dee. (5, Cecile, hence Nov. 9, San Francisco Arrived. Dee. 7, Xavudan, from Kahului, Nov. 3d. Mukilteo Sailed. Dec. 0, sehr. uila, for Ililo. San Francisco Sailed, Dec. 7, in.. S. . Lurline. for Honolulu. in.r was on fire during Hie vnv,, fr,,, I -MiiKiir. o sriir. .Manila ashore, mrnin,th, I;:i!;ir;ltJF, th,re were some of the' travelers J "''ImlioW-Sed, Dec. , Am. bk. merest on the w...;. font was who Wi?e to the faet- These were i Allen, for Honolulu. -va of the lai.a.w.n. ' ! bound over not to tell ! 'Pi. . . i i i "fi mi. v a lid I dian-Australiau steamer Moaua wero i ne:irly "11 unaware of the fact that the ! t.tr cargo of coal that tlo.v LtfitheJepartun- . i tne .Matson K Tl,., Vurii,r tti'i!UT jUhelmma. x ... the morning ana sue harf. The were earrv- the story ou 7. 1910. Herzogin Ma 1 P. Ad- hip. llll f. ATI 1 M Tl il i Tl ix th j early m .eked at the Alakea whart. .sports a pood trip tor most . ,jav, but that the shi;. struck j " .i'.- -h-n a few -lavs out from ; 9IC" " 1 in. ! rjjows brought fifteen passenger? -:i port, ami six ''i " j'.je steamer til! the last moment. ; iif-dozen are members of the . .gl world, ana nc;u.ie.i , i..e some acrobats with a great ;ijoa and also a trio ot "sand ,inch as have at many water jtfj astonished the tourists with rtutiful creations on the near-lies. Joana has the smallest passenger 'wars. and the officers all feel that $ in a wav. out or tne running J. Time "after time the C.-A. m through to Canada crowded Jt utmost capacity, and Purser pDodd, who is making his first giM mn, is asioiusiieo. hi in-; wcle booked for the voyage. 'Has been in the service of the i Steamship Company for fifteen r'batthis is his first call at Hono- He joined the .Moana at ynney, 3 time to make the trip. Duri'.g art stav in ilonoluiu lie w:i Uiwith the look of the city, and ed that everything looked very r-rous. Canadian boat , fertilizer and -stort. All three board the were not so close mouthed. The story goes that, when three days out from Suva. Fiji, lire was discovered ' in the Coal bunkers of the Moaua. The ship had an extra large lot of coal on board and, for a time, the situation was alarming. However, by dint of hard work and the battening down of , the Latches, the fire was eventually sub--, dued. and ail danger was averted. i Wheu th.' Moana docked yesterday morning nothing was told of the trouble on bqard the steamer. It was a little time after the liner had sailed that the story leaked out. There were not manv passenger on the irtail steamer, aboard vrouM t known, partner in A. W. V.. Thompson and Ilonoluiu were the own ers ot the vessel. 1 hey bought the bark from Captain Miller of Honolulu, who is said to have received no money from the deal. Miller had operated the vessel between this port and Hono lulu, carrying scrap iron and canned pineapples from the Islands and re turning with bottled beer. The Crescent company will send the bark to Honolulu and it may be oper ated between Los Angeles and the Islands permanently.- It is now nearly loaded and 2iL tons more will complete the cargo. Five-Masted Ship Lost. The German ship I'reussen, which en- among them. i " ' " ! oulv ship of that manv masts, with Flatirence Ward to Midway. sqi;are rig on the lot ot-"the "sticks," The schooner Flaurence Ward left was wrecked in the English Channel for Midway yesterday morning, and the. ast month. The big ship was rammed on that speck in the Pacific bv a British steamer called the Hrigh- PUNCHBOWL ASSAULT CASE IS UP AGAIN The degree of guilt in relation to the sympathetic elements in the case of George Ferreira is bothering Judge Cooper, the city attorney's oflice, George Ferreira "s counsel and George Ferreira himself. Ferreira was the Portuguese boy who got mixed up, in company with four marines, in an as sault on some Hawaiian girls in I'auoa Valley several mouths ago. His case came up for trial yesterday and Deputy City Attorney Brown, in view of the fact that he had the boy's assurance of good behavior, and that he was largely supporting his mother and six brothers and sisters, moved for a suspended sentence for thirteen m on! hs. Judge Cooper, however, demurred to the granting of this request, as two of the marines had already been sentenced 1 to tmrty days tor the same oueuse. tut the lew who were have caused some kind of a panic if ! the news of the fire had spread around; brought frozen ScoteTi whiskv commodities nre still the Hawaiian Islands; one 'sugar plantation managers. ;jr feeds the cane and the tnird wybody knows what that does. j Moana is taking the place Ot' the m. which was scheduled to make T.j.but the latter vessel has gone a'N'ew Zealand run, along with jfrfwt peach of a steamer the -u The Moana looks much out its as compared with the Makura Sanuka. 'a Moan a got away tor Vancouver !sr o'clock yesterday afternoon. 1 5 some time prior to her depart- Ai Hawaiian band played on the i The music was much appreci- k'ETihe few passengers and their pwao gathered on the wiiarr. 1 Wilhelmina Sails. cable staff will be rendered glad by the receipt, when the vessel arrives, of their Christ mas presents. It is expected that the schooner will reach the cable station in ample time for the distribution of Christmas gifts. The si early ho will do 1: ail the . cording agents. liner wa lo light south, we-t running. The ' -' eleven i-ai passengers !!,..! ..( s.-,V. of the reg ir. sack three thou the sie:r:; the trip -one. Erskine The A:t-i .1 1 T ed v. she brought navy. ine the voy tl Sierra Tomorrow. i erra will arrive off port at an j ,:r Tomorrow morning, and she; er old favorite stunt of setting' lock? in Honolulu right. Ac- : to a wireless received by the i'. Brewer & Co., the Oceanic. ; s. a tight o'clock on Tuesday, ' o a i . ... e, with a neavv sweu . ton, and soon after becoming loose from her, ran ashore on the rocks near Dover. The big five-masted ship be came a total wreck although no lives were lost. Gay Farewell to Hummel. F.xpert Hummel, who installed thu automatic telephone in Ilonoluiu. left on the Wilhelmina yesterday morning. His comrades and friends rigged up a pleasant surprise for him and the "Au tomatic Wirelessgram ' amused Attorney Lightfoot, who had entered a pica or guilty on the understanding that sentence would be suspended, here spoke strongly for his client on the same grounds. The court expressed a desire to be consistent in its rulings and refused to take the responsibility of suspending sentence. .Judge Cooper ihen asked Br wn to take the whole responsibility and enter a nolle prosequi. This Brown stated he could not do as the boy had been several times in court. Lightfoot then stated that he consid ered it imperative that the courts make good the agreements of the prosecution, but still Judge Cooper could not see his way to release the boy after sen tencing the marines. "This sort of thing has got to stop." he remarked, referring to Ferreira "s offense. "We are having altogether too much trouble between men and wo"'en l hat are unprotected." The case was finally set over until Moadav afternoon for disposition. FOR SALE Fully Equipped Hotel AT WAHIAWA The property consists of large completely furnished main build ing and two cottages; room for 30 guests; 900 feet above sea level; beautiful scenery near railroad station; 10 acres of land. A good business has al ready been worked up. Consult us for particulars. Trent Trust Co., Ltd. miles out ill;-: -he from the San Francisc was then up against a has one hundred and aid seventeen steerage for Honolulu; twelve auto ..:;.ug in to swell the total -rc-red cars in this city, and f mail also arrive. Almost' ;and tons of cargo come on and. taking it altogether, ... . i be considered a good :agh the Matson liner Willie'-: m scheduled for departure at . , had the n. twit yesterday morning, sne (u'1 ; p,, ,-,,1 ,5 wgi to get away tnl halt an j yTUl Kri -ksen 'i Mail ha'i to be transshipped ! are the inir.red tie Canadian-Australian steamer a.md as the latter vessel was a 'ate in arriving the Matson boit 'a'i op. w?r, the delay was trilling, and H'oirtv the Wilhelmina pulled out ' Coast. On board the fine steam- wre about sevent v-five Kussians. i'sook the dust of Hawaii f'om ' feet and declared their intention ii:ii2 fine jobs on t he people were 1-rouL'ht to positions on the sugar plantations. nave followed tne example or :spanee and other races, who made 'S'li a touehinL' irt and have ' up stakes as soon as they M. Phelps Has Pilikia. ri -an ship Krskine M. Phelps -v r lav from Norfolk, and a big cargo of coal for the lo.-.r-master took 1-4 days? around the. Horn, and . rtutie to have two sailors. eg that time. every one win, saw the invention ax woik. Two "stations" were established on the Matson wharf and both were ooaii-i " titul bowers of flowers. Over five him- j Poor Tweedledum was in trouble. He died carnations were used in the decor- was up before t ho local magistrate. "(f- i.ting ot the "station-." and a number ', i,-er." demanded the dispenser ot of other fine biooms were to be seen. ; justice, "read the charge." Mumble A " wirelessgram " was handed t 1 ,iun -s chest expanded. "Obstructing Mr. Hummel just as he boarded the t ;ra!iie by causing a large crowd to shio. and In- promised to get into com- a.v,b!e in' Dit.-hwater Street on the municition with Coverner Fiear when . n,;, instant, yer worship:" "And de the Wilhelmina was fifteen hundred t,,IIS(. " rapped out his worship, turn-, miles from Honolulu. The " Automatic j to Tweedledum. Tweedledum Wirelessgram" will be used then. .cleared his throat. "Sir." he replied. i "I happened to appear 111 my trout gar Lin vv.-arimr a tie nsv wife bought According to a night. Notice to Patrons Owing to the usual Christmas demand for ad vertising space in The Advertiser, copy for the Sunday issue must be handed in by noon on Thurs day before date of publication : : : : : HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO., LTD. Schooner led at Mukilteo and Hilo. was hurt ti'.ro-.i. from the :yn, and then escape from he fell over orii CarNon w;s Spiked ' the troii ; needier. : Oueen 's nd Kudolrdi Carlson men, and the former h a spectacular fall j top into the foretop j j.e deck. Krickson 's j ;h was a miracle, as red feet. in hired bv being him 1 adi v Ashore. cable received last j the American schooner Manila, went ashore at Aumirairy iiiifi ncs:.-,-dav. The s. hooner is engaged m the lumber business and is of 647 tons bur den. She was Ion av.is to oroceed f Cotopaxi Wreck Recalled. j The voyage which Captain Hayes has J just completed in the Pacific liner Or it a is the 119th he has made to South J America. He is senior commodore out j of the port of Liverpool, and enjoys j the distinction of being able to say j master, he has uagivateu over 1 Me nsv witi' bought in1 for my birthday, and it got aoour mai I was going to give a comic entertain ment.. That is all." ma 1 11 la no . 1 .1 1 Hawaii mau.l. ot i.am. W: - . l,., . t . l ... . .n ...r Ultl 1 - - ''r, ported to have I an; two million miles, says the Nautical ;.i n,en were taken to the' Magazine. Only once in his career has s; -ai as soon as the ship , lie lost a vessel. rj , art is is now in com-j That was the Pacific liner Cotopaxi, 'i vii.'!,. rind Caotain ra - j which foundered in lssf on an un known here, is no Baker Electric nger v esi- had Honoltilan n- w A: erica 11 i!i;e mi fi orncE or THE mTEI! RATES WEATHER BTTKEATJ ''M. Wednesday, December 7, 1 !"!'). T-fr5T .WJND 3v X K c p 3- ' -1 a 8-S Jj777, Jf 1 "5 i S3 I l-2 fc 72 ' t'i 74 .27 .1'. The n-w I i onoi uia r: on or nl o will be t.:i g-it '.or. ''' at San Fi for ti.is j very largi lantic sea she will e gott. ;,,in v. as soon Marlon Chilcott n.. : . ship Dire January. Hawaiian steamer rrive at this jiort - .January -7. The steamer . 1 over to the Matson Navi ... I1V as soon as she arrives iVcisco. and then will start !!,.. Honobilan took a ... . . rarco of con o'ir.1 to San re.'i. tv ior iu liooo 1 possible. from the At- Franoisco. and le 10 SS NF N K sE S R s s N N K N R 1 lie 111'!': Vl'i ( oiupanv T 1-; .b wi Arrives. ip Marion Chilcott fr.im Gaviota, and of oil for this port. the Ass. !e an Ti Haw 13 litter-Island ' i-.v.r of HO -.e-t-rday morning Sue Idougli . rg-e' dated Oil hteen-day lids. Steamers. i charted rock in the Magellan strait, I which now bears the name of the steam ' er. This led to the Admiralty charts I of the Strait bemg revised, and at the 'Board ot Trade Inquiry which followed I the wreck the highest compliments 1 were paid to Captain Hayes. j ! A public subscription was made for 'him, which was headed by the late .Colonel North with a gift of four hun ! dred dollars. Captain Hayes, who is : ...... ,.t the most modest of men. and one of the most popular captains in the service of the Pacific Steam Navigation Compnir.-. holds Hie medal of the Royal Humane' Society for life-saving and the Mercantile Marine Service Association medal for gallantry. Subsequently to the receipt of thes is he sav-d a lady trom .irowi.ia- es, but declined recognition it on the ground that lie al the K'oval Human- Society "s pi lelUe. land - out wa 1 . era ; . 1 U. li. stu- KM AN", 01 Director. W. SUN AJNTJ MOON. Int trom .Mam in a fair -s and some i..iand dine was unable to I.aupahoehoo on her ,.. weather had mod Hie came along the the homeward voy- ; rrived S'l'OMl orniug. and ;s that tl-.r ng shipment aw ; at S.-is, for the ready lo medal. Darin leeted o I r Island fleet i shipping erving 1 his career afloat, r fifto-ii Hionsam charities a feat he has I dollar Hia'- Li tor is ,le- the b.ignest praist brother, who commands , ne 11, t rentic, whl'-ll w-as laiin foi the in; due last Lai 1111 .a 11 v i 1 11 : 1 1 a is unmarrie Government a n 1 Ills 'ar hed nation of that rade. Captain Must Help. 1 . , ' - ? - H , ' 5 :,i '1 . ( J l.y 7.2. i , ' 1 s.;.;' .( I Ul .i: -, im , letter of Hit I- 1 1 1 a 32 9 list : ' 1 , K M. 7. M: C.IH s r. r.' 1. 4 n 11. 3 i 5. Hi . . . 4. s.zi. o.is ' e' X ; - 12!) n 1 1. .ember nd Hilo oeeui tLn t Hono- Alden i- L ' 1 . P will s;i and ti.e , u.i! h: 1 liter I- ;, this p 1 1 !' Brings SV22 ,n'. e;nbe: Kaaai Purser is .1 ..a th is Hie S. M.. e.i rt. a ! I .::i;- Is ' chanc lagshi .d the .vevy rd pr. Piomot.o' Th- onlv ( hina. Ti Our geog ; ti-r rea-o 1 'fie w.dd. ! niarine a ! dore far ' i;a! i. o:s v i oa II Wit: sca- lie apn. i ; s 1 : l.-.s Oil. 11 i it 10 houn tide at Kihnh-i L tttn K - uUUf earner -v b wo. u . .. j . l ; .. a ... . 1 nun iTeenwicn lime, l M the meridian of 157 de Sti. ntes- T1-e Hme whutle , 5r P- m., wLicb is the sam j 0ob 0 hours 0 minute. Ban ; Vi lr for lofl time for tla V,.i:i. -' Main. " ; A idea H- -auction at ed -t'" a pi it or ' Wa - h li-' w : 1 s !:. r,c.ie.i : , .i'l-T baiiC tor Ste charge, a .In-- w: big shun; ii g' tPJ-. I'.av bari l'n 11. W oHi it'll a I d ' I He .lay I'd 1. at . i':ti t'a. i tii than - t'oi-.';gn a . -id t OI.s. 1 j n anne '"'" i t" tl v ' e ,y. re nyj!: best lilt I ( ',.,.,; ; ( h" j i a vie- -1th . mer res.. 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