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4 ' vaX -if, AfTTJir; aSS nTWATEiraOMI n -"---'' fOSTKAUl to r the Doric did not set away unUl a Hu'e wfere 7 dock enfey wornis. and when ri. W set away it was in a l.mlins Kob norm. The iiid. which thrown the m&ht . it has not Mown in jear. ttK bot w still Ktronc and .u reel were wilinc in t tfH i tfc" .---. ,i bt trj as the . mer wciW iwt Af" . , for alt half an hour the "" . n. the job ! the Fearless " ,. m got the steamer pulled ' , wtarf all rlht and che bis ''""ra.nenw was the jilot. and be I..1 ,w ttMml by the pilot boat. ..! at the W" of tl? steamer. the line of the . lt the third buoy ,t parted ami in a nimite she earner, with, no - - a.tern of the . -....; , The lont started 1 otifM the Eleu that the pilot flu.anl the Doric which by thiH . ,.r the bar. ard the tug started breaker, were The il rteamer. . ... the mouth of the channel and in an at- three sea I ,.,i two or .. . t mxl as tliere was out by the water , .,re l.liis JHU ,. r..lliBC over the lu, riie put Cameron to take n . ,wus Tilot S.n Fraeico on the Doric. .u.ier. seeing the predicament ..... ..itf .;. vet a signal for a and Captain Brockaw . t, e ottt, i Tcnrle;. thinking that the liner started out at full spee.1 , . , diffiMilty. On account oi w .. ',.! m Wowing, the set bv I)n. not lw read from the , The Fearless went at full sjwed. i x 1 . she got into the roush water i 1 i. slow down, as the experience i . i:Mi was reiwnted, and the waves ' i the big tus in a great way. enouch to the Doric , -!l got mwr . ,t ,...t what was the matter, and so ..t ni yelled to the captain of the 1 1 i i,. lower a lKat and put Captain 1 -on in it. This was done and the ... i.t waa l.nuled alongside the 1 and the pilot taken aKard. . ,...o... was clad when he ,s l.iadisl for town again, ns he did not San Francisco under the .-1! a trip to , He he onhl Ik? . s i s,i but a he had nothing with him ." il, .lothes he wore, it would hae ' n . oinfortnble. '.. ,irieiice of the morning showed V t luixsNitv for a boat like the Fearlos, ns th- KUni. which is so old that it would foollmnly undertaking for her n( a . ae cone out to sea with the weather t,k it wis. and even in the harlmr, with tl suff wiuil Wowing, she could not pull t' ' on of the Doric around. After tho Pole. Tlere has just sailed from Hamburg w it ivnv K down as anions the most daring one of arctic explorers on record. Tl. little esol is the Matador, a sail Kwer. The crew consists of tir of but 44 tons. It depends wholij utH.u said iwwer. The crew consists l and captain being sx men. the owner I... uienant on Rauendahl. His plan, affr leaving Tromoe, is to sail as far north as the ice will permit; then he wi'l a'nudon his little vessel and force his wax ahead with slwls. As to his return. tb.it will be suided by circumstance. ThouRh the Matador is so small, yet' 'he takes along enough provisions and fuel to Ian three years. This is pa. ked in water-tight loxes. so construct-i.' ilmt they can le usl either as r.tft or lats. They have runners also, and a can U ued as sleds. Captain wn has sjent his entire fortune in preparation for the trip. He is 4o years old seventeen years tit sea. at,.! has iwssol He and his crew are enthusiastic and expressed themselves as confident that they vi..uld return wi'h the secret of the pole ir. their uossesshKi. Sailors' Church. .imivh with a shin in it. and with th. preacher vm the jiarter deck, is a Sn Frmnrisco insuumou. it n wve .m ... - on the waterfront, lud The MosQuito Fleet. The mosquito fleet oif the loat house felt the effect of the southerly blow yesterday and the night before pretty much. The little vessels lay entirely unprotected from southerly weather and as they were not moored especially fetrou?, the wind soon caused them to mix up. The Bonnie Dundee seems to have suffered . .. r,n .I... mix and Commodore t,i, Vni.nfrV fine lauuch aterwitclr went adrift and got around near the Jlvrtle lat house and it is thought that her bottom Is considerably injured Luckily it was high tke when she got riTz; - -- ","r'''' " - -i-'BB 1,1 111 1 V.B 111 MH l tfi tfrJT'"i .alHB' :. . T.;i;tia or he would have re from her con ceived very rioOB injury tact with the coraL Her machinery quite hary and althongh the is bnilt .. thin oMt craft of her pize, the weight of the machinery would have caused her to trike hj hard that che would have leen doubtlessly badly hurt. The commodore and Messrs. Babbitt and t.tj nn.1 the Younc brothers were at . i r Vt 11 nVlort Wed- worK on ner iium uufu - The ws KMi ied to pull n.dav evenins until about 4 ociocK yes- th Dork aroBwi to ki r' trUay morainp wueu nuc - . --- ten out of hr and stronRiy m' off the boat boue. Ijitpr in the day Ae was taken up the bay to a place of safety and will be put on the drydock as won ns iKHsible for examination. The Bon-nip wa taken to the Nary wharf and will remain there in the lee of one of the bis barce until after the ftorm is over. Claudlne Held. The steamer Claudlne did not ail nfteruoon for Maui iwrts. It was decided that it would be better to have her wait until this morning. Had she left last night she would have arrived at Lahaina lone before daylight this morning. During the present weather Lahaina is an extremely dangerous ..i.,.-. ...! it was thought best to hae - -- the steamer arrive there in me iajn;..u Shjs leases at S o'clock this morning unless the sailiug time is potionel again. Shipping Notes. The steamer Doric was the only vessel leaving yesterday. The Kaiulani is on the boards to sail todav for Hawaii iwrts. ' i.., n-n. I.vons of the Inter-Island company is again about after quite- a se vere sick Yesterday was the first time in many years that vessels have been in Honolulu harbor. "Long Jim" McCreavy; the police officer in charge at the boat lauding, is Mkinr a well earned vacation. The flag presented to the cruiser Charleston by Dowager (Jueen Kapio-i lani was lost with the vessel in the Philippines. The steamer Kauai and the schooner Eclipse cut a good many capers while crossing the bar at the entrance to the harbor yesterday. The pilot boat used by Captain Came ron yesterday was badly smashed by lie waves just before it broke from the steamer Doric. Two of the rowers were badly skinned by being tossed about in the boat. The top mast of the flag pole at the lowered yesterday on navy station was account of the high wind prevailing. The flag was hoisted on the smaller iole presented to Captain Merry some time ago bv II. M. Sewell. There is a good deal of kicking among i. snilnrs who do not belong to tue union that the Sailors' club started a long time ago by A. F. Cooke for the ue of all sailors should have been turned over to the union to run. The wisdom of the lward of public works, trying to save money by bavins the pilots use a small loat in the board- iug ami tenuing oi ". "" - yesterday. The boat was smashed and will have a bill to as a result someone pay for the service rendered by the Fearless in going to the Dorii and getting the pilot and bringing him home. Had the old and reliable crew of trained rowers i.., ;n fi.o lmnt there would not have the mess made of the landing of the pilot that there was. Cheap men are now employed who have no confidence in each other and who are not trained to the business as were the old boys, and is boat smashed and as a result there a a bill of salvage for savins Captain Came ron to pay. ARRIVED. Wednesday, November 14. Stmr Kauai. Bruhn. from Koloa. Kauai, with 4.300 bags sucar and S2 bass taro. Sch Kclipse. Townsend, from Kona IK.rts. j M?r!J -o. & o ,c Francisco. ba Its prdscut locnn for jnore than rorty enrs. Its ais;m?tiisuin is its iHtlpit. This s a beautiful P,wv of mariue architecture, bdu? an m ewrate reprluettou of th stem of lie hwtoric ciHHr ship ounc Ameiica. v ?k built 'vith th- same carvfal methods ef construction as a refll The t.r.rtcw pltnks are all sprung into pHwvsnd fastened snuc at the hnttcs. and the tafftail. deadh?hts. rudder nd steering wheel ere n s .!,?,. nmiwr iosit:ons It Is a Will mi II imv. ,-. a -- . choen model for the pulpit of a sailors church, as it is on the quarter deck that reiipious services are held at m. This church Sunday in liberal fashion, haviup tea for sailors in the harbor after the Kcrvice. and in that way Veepms the conprepation from drifting apart. AS? DEPARTED. nedayNovembS. S.Xoric.SmitliSif or? ban . - TODAY V St'mr Clandine, for Maui portsg at S a. m. v-:- T VSSENGERS ARRIVED. From Kauai. ier stmr Kauai, Nov. 14 Francis Gay, Capt. Campbell. y K Village Blacksmith Saved His LitteSw's Life. Mr. H. H. Black, the well known vil lage blacksmith at Grahamsville, Sullivan county, N. Tn says: "Our little son. 3 years old, has always been subject t croup, and so bad have the attacks been that we hare feared many times that he would die. We have, had the doctor and used many medicines, but Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is now our sole reliance. It seems to dissolve the tough mucus and by giving frequent doses when the croupy aymtoms appear we have found that the dreaded croup is cured before it gets settled.". There is no danger in giving this remedy for it contains no opium or other injurious drug and maybe gives' as -'confidently to a babe as to an adult. For iaie by Bnsutu,SaiItb & -S. agents, Territory of UawaiL , TIDES, STW A30) MOO". Tia- a: FL- p.;' M.i TJi : fr . " "- J& 7.l'.12 5 BONDS. Hawaiian Gov't. 6 per cent. Hawaiian Govt. 5 per cent Illlo Kallioa.i wo. !: "' t..M Tllnntatlnn R ntT nUlt .... . fi....i naiitrnv .b Ijina Co. 6 1..C. , Oahu Plantation 6 per cent ..... 5 S 3 '5 ;il d ? j? f t 'Eiw 6X9,S J5 U tf? n.i!si i.J - . j.as te e.; .i.ip.is K! 1-1 ji.ni. .j: et 1' StmJls' l- -! ttttV!111 Last Quarter on the mh at 0 P- a- is! . YESTERDAY'S WEATHEK. Diamond Head Signal Station, Nov. 14. 10 p. m. Weather thick; wind fresh; northwest. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. Steamers due and to sail for the next thirty days are as follows: ARRIVE. Steamers. I rom. uue. ZEALAXDIA San Francisco . .Nov. 17 HONGKONG MARU San Fran-Nov. 20 AOHANGI Victoria - SIERRA San Francisco ."Nov. 27 CHINA San Francisco DORIC! San Francisco Dec. o. DEPART. Steamers. For. DePart0 irki? ir Sin Pmneisco Nov. lo NUTON MARU San Francisco.Nov. 20 WARRIMOO Victoria -o- -1 San Francisco... Nov. l RIO DE JANEIRO San Fran..Nov. 30 COPTIC San Francisco .... -A -Dec. S A government transport from San Francisco, carrying mail, is due about the Sth and 23d of each month. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. HOXOLCLU. Thursday, Nov. American Sugar Co h Ewa Plantation Company -' Hawaiian Agricultural Co Hawaiian ConTI sugar w .... Hawaiian Sugar Co - Uouomu Sugar Coroianr Honotaa sugar vAuuiKiuj ..157 J Haltu sugar iniin Kahuku Plantation Company - Kihel Plantation Co.. Ltd.. Assess .... 1-Jt Klhel Plantation to., uiu.. "." "' " Kipahulu Sugar Company Koloa Sugar Co Maunalel sugar 1.0.. . McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd., Asees McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd.. Pd up. Oahu Sugar Co Ookala Sugar Plantation Co Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd., Assess Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd.. Paid up ... Olowalu Curajiauy PaclncSugar Mill D. . Vlnntnl nnu) .. . ex . 13 .1C5 . 13i . 4?J "Ji .215 Pepwkeo Sugar Company Pioneer Mill Company Waialua Agricultural Co. " Walluku Sugar Co " Walmanalo Sugar Company " Waimea Mill Co..... Wilder SteamshlpCo - . .. Cnn... (TO . . . . . 100 .... oc ...101 39 1G3 XI 210 25 17 110 183 ll 1CT 16 5 15 130 195 155 119 400 100 105 135 Hawaiian Electric Co W-Jj ll r ltn 17l.u..vti 1.UM4 ......... 0...9 Honolulu Rapid Transit and Land Co. .. Jo Honolulu Sieam Laundry Mutual Telephone Company " Oahu Railway Land Co Makaha CoHeo Co. .Ltd People's Ico & Retrlg. Co C.BrcweriCo 101 102 101 SALES. Between Boards 20 Honomu, 10:30 A. M. Session 25 Olaa pd. ?14.."0; 10 Honomu, $100; 10 O. II. & L Co.. $100; 10 O. R. & L. Co., $100; 20 McBryde A, $0.50j 25 McBryde A, $l).7.i. Between lioarils 1C0 McBryde pd. $13; ."0 McBryde pd, 13. 2 P. M. Session 10 Ktliei .. -i- : w Ivihei A. $1-1.."0: 15 Keliei A, $14.00; S Kihei pd, $15; 5 Waialua $11S.50. THE HONOLULU STEUA UUNDRY CO. BEG to inform our patrons WE and the general public that we have just installed iNew .uacmuery and have also succeeded in securing more First Class Workmen from the Cosat Our work in the future will give better satisfaction than before. We wash sh rmNN L5 and guarantee not to shrink them No Chinamen Employed.. OFFICE 509 Hotel Straat PHBME 583. BRACE UP! ' Don't .let younpast errors wreck the happiness -of your life. You can be cured. Over 8,000 such men as you have been cured during the past year by my DR. SANDEN ELECTRIC BELT. If you have iaileo in other JPFT531 fc&SSS FOR SALE. Lota on Fort St. Lots on King St . . Lots on Beretania St j , Lots on KJnau St . f . 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, cheap. Lots on the installment plan. Houses and lots everywhere and prices to suit 5-room house and lot on install ments G-room house and lot, easy terms $3,500 " 7-room house and lot on installments $4,000 10-room house and lot, terms to suit 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. S-" FOR EXCHANGE. A beautiful corner 200x200 feet situated in the best residence section ot Honolulu. Will exchange for sugar stocks, Kihei, McBryde, Waialua or any other of the old line of dividend paving stocks. This is an excellent chance to make an exchange to your advantage. RING UP PHONE 806. Corner King and Bethel Streets. iOl TRADE MAKK. intra ua iuk "" "o against it, for nine out of ten of its cures were made alter 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 gold, for it saturates the weakened body with new life, new vigor, new vitality. Send for free book, which explains all. and advice free. Office hours, 9 :to 6; NsudayslO.tol. HEVER SOLD IN DRUG STORES. A A m rrAKTTiEAT Corner Market Street aadCnat 'TtnT JireStB Ftamcmco.CaL . THE HONOLULU BEPTJBIICAy, PRIDAT, K0Y1MBEB 16, 1900- The mv of this line vdU arrive & roas'hereanjrr . . . x- , vptm . FOR SAN FRASClSCa Zenlandfe , l?3? Sierra ff" Zatedia W V ilariposa D?;. . , -,- 1S01. Zealacdia 2 Stttra... ....... Zealandia Alameda - n.-'A.: Jan. ISllLinposL Jan.alAlaau fc:elTa Feb- 3iSono. Alameda. ....y eb. IS (Alameda ....... Ventura -.-. t mirnpn PATlTinrLARS ATPLY TO s- Oceanic .Steamship Company TIME TABLE. .....Jan. 31 Feb. 13 Feb. 10 Mch. 6 Men. 12 Alameda .-- - ' .'..3Ich.in "- Mcb. 12 Alameda , Sonoma Tentnra in'connection with the sailing of the ateve f "B,? raUroaa nciets by any through to to intending paseaser. coupon .New Yo.k 0 any an Francisco to all points in the United States, and from steamship line to all European ports. ..Xot. 21 Dc- 14 Dec-Jp Jan. Jan. S WM. G. IRWIN & CO. LIMITED. GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO. Hnw to Treat a Troublesome Corn. To remove a troublesome corn or ban. J . bunion in 1 T oir i mm or ion i riKt sj. . varm water to soften it. then pare it down as closely as possible without drawing blood and apply Chamberlain Pain Balm twice daily, rubbing vigorously for five minutes at each application! should be worn for A corn plaster a few davs to protect it irotn the shoe. s a general liniment for sprains, bruises, , - a rhPiimntism. Pain Balm is nnequaled. For sale by Benson, Smith & Co., general agents, Territory of Hawaii. J W. E. BIVENS REAL' ESTATE STOCKS AyTD BOXDS All Island Stocks Bought and Sold on Commission. Orders promptly attended to. " - z 'WHEX YOU WAXT A :MESSENGER: CALL UP American Messenger 1AQ J Sercicc. Telephone I ZJ U un- i. hw o;o. CJD. Wm. G Irwin . . . ..President iMamger Claus Spreckels ..First W. M. Giffard Second Vice-Pres. H.M. Whitney, Jr Aff Geo.W.Eoss Auditor, SUGAR FACTORS AXD AGENTS FOR THE Oceanic Steamship Co. Of San Francisco. Cal. Hawaiian Ballasting Co. NO. 16, QUEEN ST. H. l EVANS, MANAGER Foundation Stone, Curbing, Black and White Sand AND Soil of all Description Sale. t&Dravs for Hire. Pmdy & Baron SHIP CARPENTERS, Caulking, Smithine and General !.oi. for small repair ouuii. uu'i --- . -, Schooner's. Scows built, repaired and rented. SHOP Sumner's Island. Honolulu, T. H. Telephone S06. P.O. BOX 262 Snuloos. I -- r ?"?? jg8HHHHHSHHHHHSPISI S? K 7N White and Black Sand In Quantities to Suit. ExcaYating Contracted For. Coral and Soil' For Sale. tgsDump Carts furnished by the day on Hour's Notice. II. R. HITCHCOCK. "Bethel St., next to P. O. rSWARD. Dally Daily Dally Dailj Dally x Sun a.sr. aJB. SnVn ... .. Waialua... WolAcae......... ;;; Era Mill 530 PrarlClrr 521 Boaolulu.. o O.P.DESISOS. SapmateBdeot. 11S05 30S 11: 3:tT 1230 4:05 . 5U0 03 ex Dally p.m. 5:10 .6i0 Sua am. pu p.B. 5-JS .... 2:8 6J3 . 2i0 TOO, .... 1-JS laCS 433 8 lt AM 9-Ji. . 2ai EXITS, I iRHP?5,5!iJT'?9iPv P KEA1 Si Vivas ,NEAR - . v IieeSi?SC5353FJF5siV3 w OFFER FOR SALE ' A beaatifol piece of. propertr, corner Beretaaia and Punchbowl streets. House and lot, Kawaiahao street. House and lot and one store, Queen street. A fine corner lot, corner and "Wilder Avenue. ILot 75x140, Pawaa Tract, facing King street. House and lot on Waikiki Road. 15-acres land, KalihL Four desirable lots, Kalihi Waena. tut Four beautiful lots,Kapiolani Extension. Lot 100x100, Kawaiahao street. 1 2-10 acres on Kapahulu Road. 19 years lease and six modern cottagse, 5 minutes walk from Post Office. 15-acres land at Kalihi, near W.G. Irwin's property. ' Lot 80x95, at Kalihi. Lot 100x210, Kewalo street. House and lot, Kawaiahao and lot Lanewai street. For further particulars apply ORPHEUM The Only Vaudeville House & In Honolulu. THURSDAY, FRIDAY MD SATURDAY A ROARLNG ONE ACT SKETCH ' HIS RELATIVE f BE SURE ARD SEE IT -e- fi to y" Vivas REAL ESTATE A&ENTS, KEAR POST OFFICE. ROCK FOR BALLAST 1 m First Class Talent ssa - I OAHU mm AND UNO GO. TIIME TABLE. From nd After January 1, 1900 Stations OUTWARD. - CaOy DaOy Dally Dilly ex ox Sun Son Honolnlu TM 9d5 Pearl Qty 88 98 SraJtlll 83S lOS WInaa t?J Watalu Ji Kaiakii 1232 COXLOX AXD RYDER, Wonderful Acrobatic Comedians-As Funny as They Are Limber. EDWARD B. ADAMS, Famous Descriptive and Coon Singen Direct From the Leading Houses in the States. PAOLO DE GASCO, ' .. Electrical Musician. . , .!. DEMIXG AXD CARROLL, Talkers of Xonsense That Is the Mainland Rage. Miss Carroll Is a Buck and Wing Dancer of Rare Ability. j - r BIRDIE BRIGHTLIXG, Premiere Ban joist and Vocalist . , j AXITA WALTOX, Fancy Dancer and Rag Time , Vocalist. , , , , l t A DDLCIE SISTERS. Operatic Duettists, With Selections from the Leading Operas. Prices 25, 50 and 75 Gents Box Office Open From 9 A. M. TELEPHONE 640. GRAND CLEARANCE SALE For one month only in all lines commencing Saturday, September 29, 1900 800 Bargains in Grass Cloth '(ariouscblor3 Handkerchiefs I'M dS2$ jfjnmc v rf -" ZHI RWMMIdl . ,- i V? -.a - 1 "f ?: jf. ,"' -A n.1: i"1 r 1- 4.. . 3j, x , T f & t.sJA. t. ji8t?&xL jigysx. r 1 i 1 1 6 K 1' ' '