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4 THE HONOLULU RI3TIBLIC1S, TUESDAY JSOTIMBER, 13, 190X
TIDES, ITO AJTD MOOJf.
2t ;'; s : s Oceanic Steamship Company
TABLE. Silva & v i vas
"TOR3I nay are out on the
Q rwWeetor of csstonut" strong-
' 3 c bold am a the I". S. S.
SaUc. of wbieii Herbert
"The cordial relations here
tofore exteUH; l;tweeii the
coaMa4r of th- Solar and the collector
are very bUj strained at the
lime sod Uh opinions that each
WoMx of tlw other offi'ially are
not of th kiodlKMt. Therv b. not that
true hjrfrlt of brotherly love manifested
that thfre honkl be and the two
brandies of tlie I'Dited State-
are at ,Iocsrrljads and all on
account of twelti Chinamen aboard the
Solace In the fiacft.v of Kteward and
tooW. Colln'tor Starkable is of the
ojHnkn that the Sola-e in not a ve.el
of wr and not entitled to
all the privilege of a warship. Commander
Window lias declared that the
Solare w a war vsel and i entitle to
all the privileges of a of the line.
Whielt of the officials is right remains
to be .seen and the dispute will in nil
probability le reiwrted to Washington
for and a ruling.
On Sunday oin of the customs
M(timplel to board the Solace to
tally off tin- Chinese creiv. He was met
at the top of the gangway by an officer
of the ship, who denied him the right to
come alumni for the purine, officer
of the hip asked by what right the customs
uinu was there and was told that
he whs there as a matter of right and
duty and in the name of the secretary
of the. treasury he asked that the Chinese
crew Ik- lined up for inspection. The
officer of tlie ship gave the customs man
the. merry "ha! hn!" and told him to
go ami get him hence with much alacrity.
At the tiioe the inspector was invited to
leave the officer of the Solace winked
tfeieit4y at a sentry standing at the
Sm;way with a loaded rifle with bayonet
JueH. Seeing tlte blood-curdling wink,
the inspector waited not tiiwn the order
of hia going, but went at once, as he
was in no mood to have twelve inches
of coW ateel thrust into the part of his
anatomy where he would feel it the most.
The matter was reported to the collector
ami 1m? railed on the commander of
tlie Solace. In the privacy of the
cabin the two officials had a
heart to heart talk, the tenor of which
is known ouly to the two gentlemen
It did not change the aspect of
llittqt. however, as at the present time
rHHtnms hoHo men are persona non grata
n tbe Solace and the wharf is tabu for
the Chinese of the steamer.
Any Chinaman who comes down the
gangway of the Solace is to Ik? warned by
the guards that he must go back "on top
4ie" tbe steamer or be arrested, and
any customs man who ventures on the
Solace will be "keel hauled" and made to
"lox the after binuiclc light."
The k.s of the sailor by the Kin. in
was nearly duplicated by the steamer
Maui on Saturday night when about three
mil! from Ihtmoa. The steamer was
travoliug at a great rate of sieed and
the wind and stw were very high. Two
sailors. Kmihu and Haleauki. had gotten
luto a dispute on the after deck of the
tcssoI. and from words the men soon
came to blows. One of them was getting
considerably tlie worst of the argument,
when he closed in on his antagonist
and they !egun struggling. The vessel
was rolling at a great rate, and in some
anafcouutable manner the men dashed up
against the rail and were overlwjjjd in a
Jiffy. Companions snw them go over the
sWe ami yelled that there was a man
ttrboarif. The steamer was stopied and
a boat was lowered, although it was a
vary dangerous undertaking. After a
shoct search both men were found. They
cad givoa up their ficht and were making
for the vesel as fast as they could. When
Kaahu was hauled Into the lioat he was
naked. Imviur stripped himself as soon as
k-e found himself In the water. He said
It was his intention to swim for the
store in es the steamer did not stop.
The other man was found jut in time,
as he had not been able to get his clothes
off'Jn the water ami was nearly exhausted,
when taken into the Iwat.
Considering the weather, the escape of
thi men was almost miraculous, and
when thuy regained the deck of the Maui
they wvre lu no mood to continue the dispute
which came s-o near ending in a
tragedy. Captain Sachs is to In?
for the prompt manner in which
assistance- was rendered the nieu in the
Service From Puget Sound.
Mr. M. J. Bissell. agent of the British-American
line. jerated by Frank Water-house,
Limited, has received word from
the management tiiat the new steamer
service from Seattle to Honolulu will be
inaugurated with the sailing of the
steamer John S. Kimball from the former
port at 2 o'clock, December loth, to be
followed by the Charles Nelson on January
1st and the Santa Ana on January
15th. with a fifteen-day service thereafter.
The John S. Kimball has a carrying
capacity of 1.700 tons, iucludiuc 100 tous to
of cold storage freight, and will accommodate
The Charles Nelson will carry 1.200 ton-s
of freight a,ud seventy-five first-class
This bteatner will also have
cold storage capacity for 100 tons or
, -'The 'Santa Anna carries 1,200 tons
and fiftj first-class iiassegers. The passenger
rate from Seattle will J? $00 and
the- same rate will apply from Honolulu
to Sau Francisco, where the steamers will
go from here with susar cargoes, which,
however, may be taken from Kahnlui.
f The iotentfon at present is to 'carry only
jjajnsers. though it is possible
that a few second-class may be
The S. S. Centennial is at the disposal
of the comitany and will be added to the
fleet If needed. She has been thoroughly
overhauled and is now rated as Al. The
abor steamers are practically new and
are fitted with all modern conveniences!.
The Solace Leaves Today.
No sooner had the last .shovelful of coal
Rone into the Solace at the Navy wharf
yesterday than the order was given to
clean The operation of coaling is
an extremely dirty one for a ship and
I everything has to be kept tight
, to the flyins coal dust out. The
sides of the vessel, which were imruacu
lately white when she arrived, were cov
ered with a layer of coal dust which
made the pretty craft anything but beau
tiful to look upon.
'A large force of men was put to work
wjth hoe and scrubbing brushes and in
about half an hp,ur the vessel was as spic
and pan again as a new ship. The navy
-men do things as no other men in the
service do and it wns n caution to see
the way in which the Solace emerged
from her coating of coal dust and smut.
The Solace will leave for Guam sharp
at noon today. The band will be iii attendance
to play at her departure and
as Captain Merry will go away in her.
there will be a big crowd of friends to
sec him off.
Will Make Time.
Captain Walton of the trim bark Gardiner
City, which left yesterday for the
Sound, said jut before departure that
he would arrive at his destination before
the other three vessels which left Sunday.
They were the Klikitnr, the Ceylon
and the Golden Shore. The two latter
vessels are quite fast and the Klikitat
is by no means a slow vessel so Captain
Walton is thought to have his hands full
to carry out his boast. Those who know
the Gardiner City say that she is a fast
one and capable of doing fourteen knots.
She carries no ballast and her bottom
is very much on the lines of one of the
modern skip-jacks. She sailed out of the
harlior yesterday morning from off the
Oceanic dock and although she had but
little sail set, she made a very fast start.
,As soon as she got outside she put on
more ail and in a very short time was
out of sight.
Purser Iieckley of the Kinau reports
At Laupahoehoe on Friday night, at
10:1.". whilst starboard port,
sailor Wainae, an old man. fell overboard,
r!.ip rolling heavily at the time. 'Die
steamer was under her slow bell and was
going slowly. A life buoy was thrown
immediately in the direction his cries
were heard, and a boat was lowered and
sent in charge of the second mate and returned
an hour afterward, unsuccessful,
after a diligent search.
On the outward trip there was a fresh
wind encountered. Great excitement ou
the islands regarding the result of the
election. Bark Wrestler at Mahukona.
discharging. Bark Santiago towed to sea
from Ililo by the Kilauea Hou on Friday
The Mauna Loa should be "in todav
from Komi lwrts.
The ladies of the flower mission visited
the Solace yesterday.
The Kinau at noon and the Maui nfc
T o'clock leave today.
The steamer Doric is due to arrive
from the Orient and leave for the coast
The ship Star of Russia hauled into
wie stream yesterday morning to await
Tlie Martha Davis will probably get
away for San Francisco at the end of
The steamer Mikahala is laid tip for
extensive repairs and an overhauling.
Her foremast was removed '
As soon as the Helen Brewer finishes
taking ballast she will depart for Taltal.
in Chili, for orders. It is expecicl that
she will there load nitrate for the east.
If one of the party of excursionists
who landed at the Oceanic wharf on
Sunday evening about dusk will call at
the wharf a bundle left tnere by mistake
will be turned over to him.
Tne British ship Xola, which is discharging
at the Oceanic wharf, is a very 4
fine vessel and a fast sailer. Two years
ago she made a record from the River
Platte to South Africa with a load of
200 mules. The day she arrived here
she met the Albert outside. The bark
was cornice along at a good rate of speed
and as he was a stranger here. Captain
Penntcuik decided that he would follow
the Albert to port. He took in nearly
all sail, but kept forging ahead of the
bark, and finally had to give up trying to
seep behind. From here the Yola goes
the Sound to discharge some cargo for
The Star of Russia was hauled into
the stream yesterday to get ready for
sea. Her sails will be beat by- the stevedores
'and by this afternoon she will h
ready to sail if the "ww which McCarlhv
has promised to put aboard arrives. Th
union men are watching the vessel-1 ike. ,
a cat does a inoase. and declare that they
will not permit a crewvto leave at less
than the rite of ST-Oper hum for the
trip. Today will probably briny things
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Diamond Ilead Signal Station, Nov.
12, 10 p. m. Veather clear; wind light;
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due and to sail for the next
thirty days are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
ZEALANDIA San Francisco ..Nov. 17
HONGKONG MAUL' San Fran.Nov. 20
AOUAXGI Victoria Nov. 24
SLF.KILA San Francisco Nov. 27
CHINA San Francisco Nov. 27
DOUIC San Francisco Dec u.
Steamers. For. Depart.
DORIC San Francisco Nor. 13
NIPPON MAItU San Francisco.Xov. 20
WAKULMOO Victoria Nov. 21
ZEALANDIA San Francisco... Nov. 21
RIO DE JANEIRO San Fran. .Nov. 30
COPTIC San Francisco '. Dec. S
A government transport from San Francisco,
carrying mail, is due about the Sth
and 23d of each month.
to a head and before the vessel gets away
there is liability of a lively scrimmage
if the union men attempt to entice the
crew put aloard away from the ship.
The contractors dredging the navy
slips have extended the, tracks of the
little railroad that is used to carry away
the coral brought up. to the land lying
inside the seawall. This, will be filled
in and leveled off as fast as possible and
will make fine land for the navy depart
ment. The land to be filled is part of
the naval reservation and was wlat was
formerly intended for a public park and
The Cluudine went on the marine rail
way yesterday to have her bottom painted
and scraped. Her general overhauling,
which has Ieen going on for several
weeks at the old fishmarket wharf. :s
alxjut completed, and she will soon be put
on the Ililo run in place of the Kinau.
which will have her turn in the hands of
the workmen to be got ready for the
sugar season. The Claudinc will leave
on the 20th ou the Kinau's run.
As the little launch now being used by
the quarantine officials is found to be too
small for the service required of her,
it is probable that a much larger craft
will lie sent here for the use of the
physicians. During rough weather it r
almost impossible to run the Oahu at
full speed outside, as she takes so much
The steamer Lelm.i returned fion
Molokai early Monday morning. She reports
a remarkably rough trip. S!u
brought sheep to this port, three oi
which died on the way ,from the rough
ness of the sea.
The little schooner Emma Clmulinn
twenty-one days from Eureka, arrived
yesterday. It has been quite a Ions time
since she was here, as for several trips
she has been going to Knhului.
STEAM LAUHDRY CO.
WE BEG to inform our patrons
and the general public that we
have just installed New Machinery
and have also succeeded in securing
more First Class Workmen from
the Cosat. Our work in the future
will give better satisfaction than before.
and guarantee not to shrink them
No Chinamen Employed.
OFFICE 589 Hotel Street PHONE 583.
Don't let your, past errors
wreck the happiness , of your
life. You can be cured. V: Over
8,000 such men as you have
been cured during tha past
year by my
If you have failed in other
means that is no argument,
against it, for nine out of ten of its cures were made
after all else had failed. It pours vitality into the
nerves and muscles, restoring the wasted powers, and
it must cure. It is worth its weight in eold. for it
saturates the weakened body
tipvr vitnlifv. . ...
Send for free book, which explains all. Consultation
and advice free. Office hours, 9 to 6;
Sudays 10 to 1.
MEER SOLD IN
DRt A T, SANDEN,
The steamers of this lis will arrive and kav this port as'hetvaaderz
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ZeaLandi; ...... ...........Nov. 17 Mariposa . ............Nov. D
Sierra Nov. 27 ZeaUsdia Nov. 21
Zealaadia... ;...."... ....Dec 103 Zealand! Dec 14
- - Dec ID; Alameda 20
. . - 1001. - - .-- ? 1901.
ZealaEdia -..- - Jan. 2 ZeaLwdui 3
Soaooa ...-.Jan. S. Sierra Jan. S
Alameda ............ ..........Jan. 19 Alameda ji... .......... Jan. 23
iierra . .Jan. 29 . Mariposa ...
Alameda ...j.: ..-.;....: Feb. 9' Alameda ..:..x..'. Feb. 13
Ventura - Feb. 19 Sonoma Feb. 10
Alameda Mch. 2 Alameda .T ...iWV, .71 Men. 6
Sonoma Mcfa.12 Sierra Mch.12
Alameda Mch. 27
... ...Ventura -. Apr. 2
In connection with the sailing of
to issue, to intending iassencers. coupon through tickets by any railroad from.
San Francisco to all points in the United States, and from New York by any
steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
How to Treat a Troublesome Corn.
To remove a troublesome corn or bun-Ion:
First soalc the corn or bunion in
warm water to soften it, then pare it
down as closely as possible without
drawing blood and apply Chamberlain's
Pain Balm twice daily, rubbing vigorously
for five minutes at each application.
A corn plaster should be worn for
a few days to protect it Irom the shoe.
As a general liniment for sprains, bruises,
lameness and rheumatism, Pain Balm is
unequaled. For sale by Benson, Smith
& Co., general agents. Territory of Hawaii.
W. E. BIVENS
STOCKS MD B02TOS
All Island Stocks Bought and Sold
on Commission. Orders promptly
attended to. ,
Lots on Fort St. .
Lots on King St
Lots on Beretania St.
Lots on Kinau St.-Lots
on Lunalilo St
Lots on Wilder Ave.
Lots on Spencer St -'
Lots on Prospect St
Lots at Manoa.
Lots at Punahou.
Lots in McCulla tract
Lots at Waikiki.
Eight acres land Nuuanu Valley,
Lots on the Installment plan.
Houses and lots everywhere and
nrices to suit
5-room house and lot on install-
6-room house and lot, easy tenna
7-room house and lot on installments
10-room house and lot, terms to
I have bargains in houses and lots,
all sizes, shapes and prices, and will
take pleasure in showing any or all of
them. I have what you want if you
will let me know what it Is.
A beautiful corner 200x200 feet situated
in the best residence section of
Honolulu. Will exchange for sugar
stocks, Eihei, McBryde, Waialua or
any other of the old line of dividend
paying stocks. This is an excellent
chance to make an exchange to your
RES'G UP PHONE 806.
Corner Kine and Bethel Streets.
fc ley JmCur
with new life, new vigor, f
SSSt Gnat I
the above steamers- the agents are prepared &
FORTY years practice. References if
desired. All kind of Musical Instruments
Tuned and Repaired.
Office With the Hawaiian IronFence
and Monumental Co. 176 to 180 S.
King Street, Lincoln Block.
Telephone KAI2T 278.
Residence Occidental Hotel.
AT a meeting of the directors of the
American Messenger Service, held
October 15, 1900, the following officers
were elected to serve for the ensuing
President E. Henriques
Vice " L. A. Andrews
Secretary F. T. Cross
Treasurer C. H. Ramsay
Auditor F. J. King
The above officers constitute the board
of directors. F. J. CROSS,
uflv q. iruiy oqo.
Wm. G Irwin .President & Manager
Claus Spreckels First Vice-Pres.
W. M. Gitfard Second Vice-Pres.
H. M. Whitney, Jr Treas. & Sec't.
Geo. W.Ross Auditor,
AGENTS FOR THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Of San Francisco, Cal.
Hawaiian navigation Co.
Surprise sails from Honolulu every
ten days to Lahaina andMakena, Maui,
and all the Kona ports of Hawaii. Alternating
(Tuesdays or Fridays) with
Inter-Island 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 freight and passengers
and insure quick dispatch.
For further information apply to the
31. W. McOHESNEY &. SONS,
Queen Street : : : : : Honolulu
Hawaiian Ballasting Co.
NO. 16, QUEEN ST.
H. I. E VANS,
Curbing, Black and
Soil of all Description foi
USDrays for Hire.
Purdy & Baron
Caulking, Smithing and General
repair Shop. Ships weighs for small
Schooner's. Scowi built, repaired
SHOP SamBer biacd. Sontalu. T. H.
Telephone SOS. P.O. BOM62
ROCK FOR BALLAST.
J White aad Black Sand
I In Quantities to Suit
EicaYttiig Contracted For.
CoraUnd Soil For Sale.
JfcSDnnip Carts furnished by
the day on Hour's Notice.
A. I?. HITCHCOCK.
j,BetneLSt, next;toP O.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
NEAE POST OFFICE.
X' A beautiful piece of property.
corner Beretania and Punchbowl
House and lot, Kawaiahao
House and lot and one store, j
A Sue" corner lot, corner
and Wilder Avenue.
Hi Lot 75x140, Pawaa Tract, facing
House and lot on Waikiki
15-acres land, Kalihi.
Four desirable lots. Kalihi
Silva & Vivas
EEAL ESTATE AGENTS,
NEAR POST OFFICE.
I CHANGE OF PROGRAM
Is Always to be Seen
I First Class Talent bi
UU.M.U.N AM) KYDEH, vy,.
Wonderful Acrobatic Comedians As Funny as They Are Limber.
KlWAKL H. A HAMS,
Famous Descriptive and Coou Sinr; Direct From the Leadln;
IIousvs in the States.
PAOLO DE GASCO, -.
Electrical Musician. ''
DEMIXG .VXD CARHOLL,
Talkers of Xonsense That Ls the Mainland Ka??.' ' "
Miss Carroll Is a Buck and Wins Dancer of Kare Ability.
- . -Premiere Banjoist and Vocalist.
- AXITA WALTO.V,
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? Fancy Dancer and Has Time Vocalist.'
; , DCT.CIE SISTERS, , -A , - -
Operatic Duettist?, With Sdectiona from the Leading Operas "
Prices 25, 50 and 75 Cents
Box Office Open From 9 A. M.
GRAND CLEARANDE SALE
For one month only in all lines commencing
Saturday, September 29, 1900
Bargains in Gnua Oloth (TariooscolorsJ. Handkerchief
embroideredK Heavy Pongee Silk for IhirS !S?SJt
GOO KIM. 210 Nuuanu St
OFFER FOR SALE Q
Four beautiful lots. Kapiolani y
Lot 100x100, Kawaiahao street. L
1 2-10 acres on Kapahulu
19 vearsr lease and six modern yj
cottagse, 5 minutes walk from
rost Office. A
15-acres land at Kalihi, near ,
W.G.Irwin's property. y?)
Lot 50x35, at Kalihi. 4
Lot 100x210, Kewalo street.
Honse and lot, Kawaiahao y
House and lot, ianawai street. .
For further particulars apply O
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