A Race is on Between
America Maru and
HAD WARM POLITICAL DISCUSSION
THE KIN ATI ALMOST WENT
AW AT WITHOUT SAM
The Dunreggan Sailed Yesterday
in Tow of the Fearless Mauna
Loa Touched the Bef
As the Australia passed the America
Mara yesterday on her way out of the
channel. Captain Lawless tooted three
blasts on the ferry boat's whistle In
good-bye to the crack Japanese liner.
Captain Lawless too, tea with CapUtn
Going on the America early in the ait
ernoon and those who w ere around say
that the two commander had a good
sized Lit un the result of the trip to
It s ttils waj : Th Australia a short
time ago was thoroughly o'verlwuled
and cleaned at San Francisco. She i3
thai ef ore in very good condition to
make speed. The America Maru is Al
ways, in condition for a run, Knovvih
this. Canuin Lawless took up the
proposltiou of Captain Going and h
outioine of the race between the twj
bteamers will be a nice little French
dinner, which the captain arriving last
at San Francisco will have to pay for.
I he Australia left seventeen hours before
tho America Maru will leave, 3nd
with this handicap Captain Lawless
thinks he should beat the America Maru
at least six hours to San Francisco.
Captain Going has contracted to pa.v
the Australia on next Sunday and to
beat her into San Francisco by anywhere
from two to five hours.
The Australia btarted going as soon
as alio got rid of the pilot and If she
keeps up her lick the America Maru
Kill have to hustle mightily to beat
hor. Hearing of the little wager
the captains the spirit of betting
ioemed to take possession of thi
people on the water front, who will be:
on almost anything, and several good
sized wagers were laid on the result
- of tho race. The Australia seemed to
be tho favorite and the backers of the
Japanese boat were bet to a standstill.
The America will tall for Sin Francisco
at 9 o'clock this morning.
If Hugo was an Irishman he wouid
be termed an agitator He is not Irish,
however, aut his love for politics is
great He llkos to talk and those who
llstiiu to him may gain information
that is of value. He is a rank republican.
He believes In the party and
says what he thinks w Ith regard to the
democrats and especially the independents.
Yesterday he addressed a large crowd
of natives on the Pacific Mail wharf.
"When he gets excited his oIce
on a high falsetto tone, and as he was
excited most of tho time he was speaking
yesterday, there was a continuil
screech on the wharf for about an hour.
Hugo has one advantage over most
speakers. He Is stone deaf and conse
quently is not bothered by any noise
that may be made while he is speaking,
and It would take the combined efforts
of a six-inch rifle and the siren
en the Jimmy Cummins to drown the
shrillness of his voice when he turns It
During his spouting yesterday several
other men on the wharf tried to
talk him down. He didn't know what
they were saying, but he turned his talk
at them and guyed them unmercifully.
to the great amusement of the large
crowd, and after he had his auditors In
screotns of laughter for quite a while.
at the expense of the men who tried
to Interrupt him, they let him alone
and he held the attention of the crov d
for over an hour more.
Hugo does not like Wilcox. He told
the assembled multitudes what ho
thought of him and his party. H
roasted him to a turn, telling thm
that Wilcox, while he said that he was
working In the interests of the Hv
wallans. really was not He was work
ing only for himself. Then Hugo told
the natives about the experience of
Congressman Roberts of "Utah, who was
sent back from Washington because
he had two wives. How would the
like to have their representatives
sent back here from Washington,
leaving the Islands, without representation?
It would be a great shame
on the whole race
Hugo Is tho man who many years
ago this sent to England by the late
King Kalakaua to bo educated In engineering.
He remained In Europe
several years until his apprenticeship
was completed and then returned here.
His vocation as an engineer Is gone,
however, as an accident deprived him
of his hearing. For several days past P.
Hugo has had large audiences on the
wharf and his talk Is always of politics
and especially republican politics. Htn
is a great admirer of McKinley and
NEARLY LEFT SAM.
The Kinau almost went off without
Sam Parker yesterday. The vessel was
delayed on account of barge full of M
that was put alongside when W
she was almost ready to leave, and .he
started to take some of It, but it was
seen that If she tfok it all she would
not get away before late In the after
JT ni. .L 7Cr;VJBcckky,DtCKa!auokalini H W Wil
vessel -was .; liable to vT late, "t started ana
up town to "see a friend" with a friend
and just as the vessel was easting off 0.
her lines the nominee for congress
made his appearance on the wharf and
had a hoi time getting aboard. He was
greeted with a cheer as he appeared on
the dock, As the, Claudine is laid up
there ware a graat xttmiMr of otej
For Hilo and way portsr per ttmr Ki-
Oct a-Urs J H Black, Gmrgt Hub-
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THE fiOKOLXJLTJ MBUPIJCAK, UTEDNESDaX OCTOBER, 3, 190(1. A1 -Jf
who -referred the Kicau to the 3&ai,
whicl is running la the Claudius's
place, and as a reselt the HIIo liner
took r 11 the passengers she cosld carry.
She I ft at 12:30.
MAGNA LOA'S REPORT.
Thi Manna Loa came in from Maui
and Hawaii ports early yesterday morning.
Purser Tuft reports as follows
Clean 3d out Honuapo and left 2S3 bags
of su;ar at Psnaluu. Little rain and
smooh weather. There were 4,500
bags Jf sugar at H. S. Co. and cone 2t
P. S. M- Np rain and smooth weathrr.
The I fauna Loa touched bottom at
bay. She backed oft without any
tront e, and as far as can be learned
the s earner has suffered, no damage.
Na -al row is filling up with ships
Yesterday being steamer day, there
was j crush on the water front all day
In making the dock yesterday the
bowl ne of the America Maru partsd
Th America Maru has J26LSS0 In
treas ire In her strong box for San
Th1 America Maru brought quite a
lot of Oriental freight for this port
whlc will all be fumigated.
Th Fort George will have to wa't
to discharge her coal until the Great
Adm ral finishes at the coal wharf.
Cai tain Wells, the assistant weigner
of th custom house, will go to
-hen the Euterpe goes, to weigh
that ressel's coal.
Tn e to his first love. Captain Dixon
of th Dunreggan hired the Fearless to
tow ilm to sea yesterday. The bark
left arly In the morning.
Thi R. P. Rithet went alongside the
Mam a Loa yesterday to get sugar. She
will e the next sugar boat to get away,
unlei ? the E. B. Sutton completes hPr
Th younger members of the
lub have gone in for rowing wi;h
a wil . They go out for practice evrv
day ind there will be developed sev
eral :ood oars against the time for the
fresh -nan races next year.
Th Walaleale went to Hilo yesterday
i 3 get Prince David and bring him
back so that he will be here in time o
regis er. It is possible the Kinau will
beat the Walaleale to Hilo, however,
and a this case the leader of the Democratic
hosts will come back in the,
Th pilots expect to be In their old
quarere In two or three days now.
The ob of moving the pilot house was
noth ng at all compared to the work of
puttiig it in position on its foundation.
As t le house is fixed now the boats
will ae hauled out of the water when
not n use.
Th pilot boat boys who quit thir
jobs ire out and injured. Their places
have been flUea by a crew picked up
by o le of their number who, after he
had struck, got "cold feet" and re-turn
d, bringing several strangers with
him .vho wanted jobs. The new crew-are
J 11 green yet, but the pilots think
they will break in all right after a
Th schooner Fannie Adele was
d to have left Eleele for this place
yesterday morning. She Is .expected
soon as with the present wind she will
be a )Ie to make a good run. While
at E eele the Japanese crew struck en
acco' nt of the way the coal was being
put r shore in buckets instead of sacks.
The strike was settled by the captain,
howc 7er, and the vessel was discharged.
Tin Fearless and the Eleu had
race for a ship yesterday. The
Star of Russia was sighted while the
Fear ess was towing the Dunreggan
to s a, and while the Spreckels tug
still had hold of the bark the Eleu
start d for the incoming ship. She had
a go d lead on the Fearless before the
latte boat saw the ship off Koko
Heat . but the Fearjess as soon as she
gots ghtpf the vessel bustled the
along until It was safe to 1st
go, md then started for the Star of
Russ a. Of course she got there first,
and o the Eleu had her trip for nothing.
Tuesday, October 2.
Stnr Nilhau. Bruhn. from Maka-
Suir Mauna Loa. Simerson, from
Lahama, Kona and Kau.
S. ?. America Maru, Going, from Japan.
Sh Star of Russia, Mortensen, 45 days
Tuesday,. October 2.
Stnr Kllauea Hou, Mitchell, tor Ki-
Slur W. G. Hall, Thompson, for
.Naw.'.lwili, Koloa, Eleele, Makaweli
a. a. Australia, lawless, ror San
Str r Kinau, Freeman, for Hilo and
Br bk Dunreggan, Dixon, for Seattle.
uidr Maul, Parker, for Kahului an1
Ga. sch Surprise, Gahan. for Kauai
Str r Walalaele. Green, for Hilo.
Stc r Helene. Nicholson, for Paahau,
Kukaiau, Ookala and Laupahoehoe; 5
Stn r America Maru. Going-, for San
Frrrn clsco. at S a. m.
Fio n Maul and Hawaii ports, per strnr
Maun Loa, Oct s Mrs Sam Kauhane,
rs U Lane, W J Wilson and wife. W
Pa!od.c, Miss M Mtlntvre, M M Bush. H
Be'lis on, D Johson. T Younz. Miss A
Pans W A Wall. Mrs R Averend. Mrs
ku shuj, J G HenriKues. J Cowan, J
Kliikoa, Mr Henry. J Roiankt,H
WHxroth,ir ta3Ja, Mrs Kaneakua,
MtsBjrba.C Copp, W AMcKav.D L
Pools, Miss A Piwtlanl, Miss Aki. P
seMen and wife. F Havseldrn. r. F V
' White. MtsTa.Ior, ! Mju. Kunr
5 on oecK.
Per star Maru, from Japaa. Oct 2-
Sh oda, C. Shioaawa. two European
and Asiatic .(eerage.
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Mon.' j4 3 i.r 3.j t.aj a.K'i.iajs 42! .
Fall ixooa ca ihesiii ml 2:15 . m.
DIA3I0ND HEAD SIGKAi STATION,
Oct. 2nd- Weather clear;
wind Light North-east.
MOVEMENTS OF S'
Steamers due and to sail for the next
thirty days are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
Rio de Janeiro fl. F Oct 9
Moana S. F Oct U,
Coptic 6. F. Oct 17
American Maru a. F Oct 2J
Australia S. F. Oct 24
Mlowera Victoria Oct 27
Peking S. F. Oct 9
Alameda S. F Oct 12
Gaelic a F. Oct 19
Aorangi Victoria Oct 24
Hongkong Maru S. F Oct 27
Australia S. F Oct 30
bell, Chas Clark, Jr,T F Hope, wife and
3 children, C E Moore, C C Kennedy and
wife, Gerald Kahauielio, J A Smith, Mr
Bannister and wife. Miss S Jtcobson, Geo
W btajler, Uus Johnson, H Howell, J R
Higby, Mrs J Richardson and daughter,
apt F S Cillette, wife and 2 children, H
E Soule, N B Gthr, E Strout and child,
Mrs W L Stanley, Miss McMillen, Miss
Willis A G Walsh and wife, Mrs J T
yright, A C Steele, H J White, David
Lyman, J W Scarle, Wm Merebugh, W A
Robimon, R H Atkins, J Richardson, J S
Bailey. J H McLafferty, A B Loebenstein,
Mrs H Rowland and child. W H Aiixer.
Chas McGonagle, Capt L Mathias, Mrs
W.od, H r Hambley, W C Achi M
Chiya, Samuel Parker, Dr M L Beers,
Mrs W T Knowlton and child, Mrs E R
Foisom, E J Cotton, J Law, A S Cantin,
John Cathcart, Chester Doyle, Wm
Booth, Ed K KobayashJi E M Bonkopsky
and DrT Katsunuma.
Per S. S. Australia, for San Francisco
T F Stevenson, Mrs Simpson and 2
children, C N Weaver and wife, T B
Richards and wife, Captain Greig and
,wie, J G King and wife, Mrs
Miss Porter, H 0 Haysling, Mr
and Mrs KiqghQrn, B Tucker, Mrs G C
Stratemeyer and 5 children, Mr and
Mrs Thirkield, Mr Remsenbuger, Mrs
Berger, Miss A Lishman, R M Robertson,
W G Green, B F Cooke, Mrs H C
Austin, Miss A Rallins, Mrs C H Dasher,
Miss Sunter, Mrs F Anderston, Mis
Averdam. W Fink, WT how. Mrs S I
Shaw, Miss E F Smith, J M
H T Marsh, L S Abraham, T S
Young, Miss E Allemann, Miss L
F L Hoogs wife and daughter,
Dr H Hayes, L A Rostin, E W King,
E IC Wood and wife. Professor Berger.
It C Panlsmelr, J G Rothwell, R
H A Allen, Colonel Macdonald
and wife, Mrs Corbett and child, Colonel
and Mre De La Vergne, Mrs Ryle
George Rodiek, C S Hall, Miss M
Miss A Twombly, Major Griegg and
wife, Miss Grelgg, Miss Bard, Miss
Mathewson, M Stafford and child, Mrs
When you cannot sleep for coughing
It is hardly necessary that any oue
should tell you that you need a few-
doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to allay the irritation of the throat and
make sleep possible. It Is good. Try
It For sale by Benson, Smith & Co.,
general agents, Territory of Hawaii.
PORDY & BARON.
AND GENERAL REPAIR WORK.
Shop: SUMNER'S ISLAND
Phone S06. P. O. Box iftl. Honolulu
ROCK' FOR BALLAST.
( White and Blaclc Sand
I In Quantities to Snit
Excavating Contracted For.
Coral and Soil For Sale.
, iBDump Carts furnished hy
the day on Hour's Notice.
H. E. BITGHC0CK.
Bethel St. next to P. O.
Mor Hnse ResUnrant
Corner Bog & Alskea Streets.
Meal3 served at all hours.
First class in every detail
AH CHUCK, at
Nint Bartrr Shop
THE PACIFIC) HEIGHTS
The lots shown on this plot are locatea
upon the Pauoa Valley slope of
at an elevation of from 200 to 500 feet above
sea level. They adjoin THE PACIFIC
and have a frontage upon Fauoa Road, now
being widened and macdamizcxl.
Located on high ground,
excellent scenic and marine
views are to be had-from all
lots, and being upon the line
of our Electric Railway, power
and electric lighting plants,
ready transportation and electric
lighting can be secured
at very reasonable rates.
Water will be supplied at
the rate of $15.00 per year
for each lot or at less than
city prices from our Pacific1
Heights water system.
To persons who will begin
the erection of houses within.,
60 days, we will make special
inducements in the matter of
transportation of building'
material over our railway.
We can recommend thisJ
property as being especially
desirable and attractive to
persons seeking choice locations
for homes of moderate
On Monday, October "1st,
we will begin the sale of
these lots upon following"
prices, terms and conditions:
Prices of lots range fromx
$400 to $750 each according
size and location. One-fourth
cask at date of sale,
balance in installments and
terms to snit purchasers.
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Offer for Sale:
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Cobe and Grannlated. Tf
Pmints, Compoonds and Buildings
Locol Raw and Boiled.
Uaseed Baxr and Boiled.
Waterproof cold-water Paint, to;
aide and outside; in white and
A!ex. Cross A Sons'
Scotch fertilizers, adapted for sugar
cane and cotfeo. ,
Jf. Ohlandt .fe Co.s chemical
and finely ground Bonemeal.
STEA3r PI PK COVERING, .
KevHl's patent elastic boctioiml pipe
FILTER, PRESS CLOTHS,
Linen and Jute.
SEMENT LIME & BRfCKS
fWKrfl'EUX SUGAR REFENTNO CO,
"T" San Francisco, Cal.
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS,
Philadelphia, Pa, U. S. A.
NEWELL UNIVERSAL iffLL CO
(Manf. "NaUonal Cano Shredder,,)
New York, U. a A.
Sun Francisco, Col.
IUSDON IRON AND LOOOMOTRrE
WORKS. San Francisco, Cal.
Hawaiian Navigation Co.
Surprise sails from Honolulu every
ten days to Lahainn andMnkena, Maui,
and all the Kona porta of Hawaii. Alternating
(Tuesdays or Fridays) with
Steamers, this gives Kona
a'5 day service.
Eclipse sails from Honolulu as soon
as possible after arrival for Kauai
ports, Koloa, Eleele, Hanapepe,
Waimea and Kekaha.
The vessels carry freiKht and
gere and insure quick dispatch.
For further information apply to the
M. W. McOHESNEY & SONS,
Queen Street : : : : : Honolulu.
ut. Q. iRUiff oc;o.
Wm. Q Irwin. . .resident & Manager
Glaus 8preckela First Vice-Pres.
W.M.Giffard Second Vice-Pree.
H. M. Whitney, Jr . . Treas. & Sec't.
Geo. W.Ross Auditor,
SUGAR FACTORS JTfi
AGENTS FOR THE
Oeeanie Steamship Co.
Of San Francisco. Cal.
Hawaiian Ballasting Co.
NO. 16. QUEEN ST.
H- l EVANS,
Foundation Stone, .
Curbing, Black and fc.
White Sand ?-
AND ' fe
Soil of all Description for
Drays for Hire.
Wkn Tn Eo To f ULCTB
Houae in Every DetaiL
MBS. G. B. ROBERTSON,
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