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tHE RIO sailed yesterday
riii 1 morning a few minates before
3 I ten o'clock- There was
an immense crowd of
at the wharf to
see Wilikoki and the Prin
cess on for Washington,
and a profusion of lets and sweet music
from the band made the departure
ajrery pleasing one.
BeeWes those at the wharf to see
the delegate and party away there
wercr many others who had friends
leaving, and the Pacific Mail wharf
had a bigger crowd present than the
Australia usd to have in former days.
whfl her departure meant the virtual
EtMpexwion of business for a couple of
boars, everybody going to the wharf
to ee heroff. The band accompanied
the Rio to the entrance of the harbor
on the tug Fearless, many friends of
the departing passengers going along
also to bid a last farewell.
During the morning the Maui, from
Hawaii ports, and the Lehua, arrived.
In the afternoon the Kinau arrived
with her usual large number of pas-
songers from the big island.
A Tough Crowd.
One hundred and fifty men in the
steerage of the Rio, who took passage
at Nagasaki for San Francisco, were
about as tough a lot of customers as
it hasbcen Captain Ward's luck !o
mix up with during his experience M
sea. The men were from the transports
which took the live stock for
the German government from San
Francisco to the Orient. On arrival
nnd discharge of the stock the men
who were engaged to take care of the
homos were provided with transportation
home. When they boarded the
steamer they informed Captain Ward
that they would take charge of the
running of the vessel, and that ho need
not worry about time hanging heavily
on his hands during the trip.
When they went aboard they
drunk, and they kept drunk nearly all
the way over here. Several of the
worst disturbers had to be put in
irons, and this had a good efllect on
the remainder, who quieted down a
little for the rest of the trip.
As soon as the passengers were
ashore Friday evening the host
lors made a dash for the wharf with
yells which startled the denizens f
the waterfront for blocks. The men
wore loud in their abuse of the com
pany and claimed that tney had not
received proper treatment on the trip,
ns they said they were supposed to
have European steerage accommodn
tlons and wore made to take pot luck
with a lot of Chinamen.
Captain Ward, whom everybody
knows as a painstaking and capable
man, says that the men are the worst
ot of white mon he has ever seen, and
he will be very happy when the vessel
reaches San Francisco so that he
can get rid of his troublesome
A Strict Examination.
From now on there will be a very
strict examination made of all passengers
arriving here from San Fran
cis,co which Is down on the books oi
the Quarantine authorities ns having
intermittent cases of plague. Since
the arrival of Pratt, the leper, tin
other day, it has been decided to put
.all passengers through a rigid exnnilu
ntion before allowing them to land
hero. There will be a personal exam
ination in every case. While it is not
the intention of the physicians to car
ry the examinations 10 the point of re
quiring the cabin passengers to remove
tholr clothing nevertheless thr.
most rigid examination possible wil
bo conducted and nothing reasonabl
will be loft undone to protect thG
health of the town. The examination
of steorage passengers will also be
As In the case of the Mariposa lab
week the company has made arrangements
with the quarantine physician
to have him board and examine the
passengers on their through vessels
on arrival here if they arrive by 9
o'clock and for this purpose the com
pany has agreed to furnish transportation
to the steamors outside in case
the weather is so rough that the quarantine
launch can not make the journey
as has happened several timeq
latoly. Dr. Carmichael is of the opinion
that steamors from San Francisco
should so arrange their schedules
that they may arrive here In the day
time or at least before 9 o'clock in the
- : :XhePurser Married.
f ' EdBuffandeau. the genial purser of
"the'stehcier Rio, took to himself a wife
u. oaf Friday evening, the young lady being
Miss Victoria Ellis, sister of John
and Sumner Ellis.
The couple became acquainted hero
oa the last trip of the Rio. which was
the first trip on that Loat or Mr. Buff
andeau. It was a case of love at first
sight on both sides. It was decided
nt the time that the ceremony should
take place on this trip, and so it was
celebrated soon after the arrival of the
steamer, at the house of the Bishop of
Panopolis. The wedding was a very
quiet affair, only the immediate friends
of the bride and groom being present.
Mrs.'Buff andeau left In the Rio -with
her husband for San Francisco, where
the couple will reside, as the groom
has decided to give up the life at sea
and will settle down on shore.
The schooner Golden Gate will Ik
expected from Kaunakakai this after
Captain Thompson of the Niihau re
ports the Molokai channel as smooth
as a mill pond yesterday.
The Kinan brought cargo as follows:
202 sheep, 62 sks corn, 5S sks
potatoes, SO hogs, a cords wood, 168
The fast and commodious clippc
schooner Fannie Adeje was towed l
sea yesterday afternoon by the Noeai
She goes to Kauai with a load of coa
and a deckload of macninery.
"Captain Kidd" Merry and his pi
rate crew of the sloop Dewey were
nearly left outside the harbor all night
in a calm on Wednesday night.' Tht
arrival of the Young boys in thei
launch saved e life of the captain
and fce.pt free from his blood the hand-.
of the hungry crew.
The Niihau which arrived last evening
on a special trip from Kaunakakai
had about four hundred tons of
freight aboard when she left. She
will probably leave again for Molokai
this afternoon to get the rest of her
The little steamer Upolu which arrived
yesterday had an experience as
a towboat and covered herself with
glory and earned a nice little pile "
salvage for her owners during the re
cent storm at Hawaii by getting the
brig Consuelo and the schooner John
G. North out of their pillkla. She tow
ed both vessels out of Teach of the
breakers when they were in Imminent
peril of being dahed to pieceson the
rocks where they were discharging.
Saturday, December 1.
Str Lehua, Bennett, from Molokai;
159 sheep, 3 horses, 29 .packages sun
Str Maui, Sachs, from Hamakua; 1C4
bags O. K. P. sugar, 1320 bags P. H. P.
sugar, 750 bags D. K. Sugar, 2250 bajrs
H. K. sugar, SO head cattle, and sun
dry packages; no passengers.
Str Upolu, Dalton, from Kona ports;
hogs and wool.
Str Kinau, Parker, from Hawaii and
Str Niihau, Thompson, from Kaunakakai.
Saturday, December 1.
S. S. City of Rio de Janeiro, Ward,
for San Francisco.
Sch Fannie Adele, Piltz, for Eleele;
coal -and machinery.
Mahukona, Hawaii, Nov. 29. Bg
Consucla, Page, for San Francisco.
Cargo, 454 tons sugar, valued at 536,-147.30.
Saturday, December 1.
Per str Lehua, from Molokai; P. Is
enberg, J. McCandless, J. Wilson, K.
Kehipi -and wife, Anomota, and three
Per steamer Kinau, from Hllo, Dec
1. P. Peck, Mrs. J. Cargill, E. Pet
gram, C. Stackwald, W. A. Purdy, Rev.
J. C. Hay, Capt. a. Soule, Lum Chu,
Low Mew Hon, A. B. Loebensteln, E.
N. Boukofsky, E. D. Baldwin, Miss
Gardner, C Ahi, wife and daughter,
T. Wolff, E. A. Fraser and wife. Root.
Parker, Jr., L. Ah Chin. C. Amae, J.
Thurston, L. Armstrong, A. Andrade.
W. H. Cornwell, Jr., E. May, E. Biela,
W. Henning, L. Parkhausen and 7S
Saturday, December 1.
For San Francisco, per S. S. Rio de
Janeiro: F. Hanck, Miss R. P. Grim-wood,
D. C. Schweitzer and wife. Miss
C Alexander. Miss Lucy Wilcox, H. A.
Baldwin and wife, M. Paine, G. N. Wil
cox, F. R. Van Buskirk. M. J. Riordan,
T. Bowden. Miss E. Warner, Mrs. L
Andrews. Burnet P. Smith, J. A. Tut-hill,
C. H. Walban, A. A. Young, Captain
Campbell. Miss C. L. Beckwith,
L. A. Thurston, wife and child, Frank
G. Glngborn and "wife, JIlss Breitllng,
iilss Waldan, Mr. Denning and wife,
and Da Gasea.
TO ROUND THE HORN.
The Pilot Chart for November, Issued
by the U. S. Hydrographlc Office,
has this to say:
By general consent, along no other
fairway In the world are the prevailing
meteorological conditions more trying
to the navigator than along the routs
to the westward around Qape Horn.
Tho persistency and yjptenee of the
westerly Svinds, the tutulence of th
sea. the constantly adve'rse currents,
the frequent blinding squalls of hall
and sleet, su -a winter) the short
ness of the hours of daylight, all com
bine to render the average passage
most disagreeable. The unsteadiness
of the gales, slanting without warning
from NE to SW and vice versa, -necessitates
constant watchfulness, as Tt
is only- by taking advantage of these
slants, and by constant endeavor to
keep the ship upon that tack which
will insure at least a certain amount
of westing, that the passage in a reasonable
length of time is secured. To
standby in the hope that the lapse of
a few days .may bring easterly winds
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THE. HOXOLLXU REPCBLICX7 SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1900.
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Strw Hccs co lie 2Sth at TJ35 sx.
Diamond Head Signal Station, 10
V- Weathtr cloudy, wind light NE
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers lue and to sail for the
next thirty are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
DORIC San Francisco Dec 3
ZEALANDIA San Francisco. Dec 10
NIPPON MARTI San Fran... Dec. a3
SERRA San Francisco Dec IS
RIO DE JANEIRO San Fran.Dec 11
WARRIMOO Victoria Dec 22
COPTIC San Fran Dec 2S
ZEALANDIA San Fran Jan. 2
Steamers For. Depart.
COPTIC San Francisco Dec S
ZEALANDIA San Fran Dec 14
AMERICA MARU San Fran .DeclS
M 10 WERA Victoria Dec 19
ALAMEDA San Fran Dec. 20
EKING San Fran Dec 25
GAELIC San Fran Jan. 1
A government transport from San
carrying mail, is due about the Sth
nnd 2od of each month.
Oili H AND LAND GO.
From and After January 1, 1900
Dally Dally Pilly Dally Dally
r,m. a.m. n.m. p.m. p.m.
Honolulu V:10 9:15 115 3:15 5:10
Pearl City 9:18 2 1. 3.47 5:50
Cwn. Mill f:33 10 AM II AW 4.-03 6:10
Walanae 10:50 4:45
Walalun 11:53 5.-40
Kabuku 12 :32 6:15
DUly Dally Dally Dally Dally
Stations. -x ji
cm. a.m. a. in. p.m. p.m.
Kahuku.... 535 28
Walalua ... 6:10 2:50
Walanae... 7:10 3:53
Kwa Mill..., 5:50 7:43 1.-03 432
Pearl City-Honolulu 6:15 8:03 130 4:56
.. 0:50 8:35 25 5:22
.p. dkniscn. F. c. SMITH.
Do you know that an Endowment
Bond in the Provident
x Savings Life assurance Society
k combines protection and investment,
k and at the end of twenty
k years the principal sum would
k be paid to you in cash, with accumulated
k profits, and in event
k of death during the premium
k paying term, a cash additionHo
the principal sum assured, rep-
k resenting a return of from thirty
k to ninety per cent of the
k total premiums paid would be
k included in the amount then
k due and payable to your beneficiary?
k I. R. Burns, Resident
k Manager, New Magoon building.
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duffet & mm
PLUMBING AND SEVERAGE.
A Full Line of Plumbing Goods in
121 Hotel Street, Arlington Annex.
Repairing Work Promptly Attended to
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say we, today, of- those who hesitate when health, wealth and happiness
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i)S. A, T, SANDEN,
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Oceanic Steainship Company
The steamers of t& Use will axriv
FEOM SAX FKAXCISCOJ
Tjeaias&x. ..-.....- Dec 10
Mariposa ..i. ....Dee. 19
Zealaa&a h. Jan. 2
Soriorrra ................. .....Jan. S
Alacjetia ......... . .Jan. 19
Srerra .. ........... .....Jan. 29
AliEvcda ..... . ........Feb. 9
Ventura .' Z Feb. 19
Alameda. Men. 2
: Alameda .". Mca.27
........ ... . ............... Ventura ......................Apr. 2
In connection with the sailing of th e above steamers the apents are prepared
to isa, to intending pasjwnrs. coupon through tickets by any railroad from
San Francisca.to ail polats In tie United States, and from New York by any
steamship lice to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamsh ip Go.
Occidental and Oriental S.S. Go. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and leave this
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
For Japan and China. RIO DE JANEIRO .NOV. 30
DORIC DEC. 5COPTIC . DEC. S
NIPPON MARU DEC. 13 AMERICA MARU DEC. 13
RIO DE JANEIRO DEC. 21 PEKING DEC. 25
COPTIC . DEC. 5SGAELIC JAN. 1
AMERICA MARU JAN. 5IIONGKONG MARU JAN. S
PEKING JAN. 13 CHINA JAN. IS
GAELIC JAN. 23DORIC JAN. 26
HONGKONG MARLT JAN. 31 NIPPON MARU FEB. 2
CHINA - FEB. SRIO DE JANEIRO FEB. 12
DORIC FEB. 1C COPTIC FEB. 19
NIPPON MARU FEB. 2C
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION, APPLY TO
American-Hawaiian S.S. Co.
Direct Service Between
S. S. AMERICAN has left New York for this port via San Francisco,
Tacoma, Seattle and Nanaimo, on October 30th
S. S. HAWAIIAN will be dispatched from New York on or before December
30th for San Francisco, Puget Sound and Nanaimo, en route to
Freight received at Company's wharf, Forty-second street, South
Brooklyn, at all times.
Royal Mail Line.
Steamers of the above line, running in connection with the CANADIAN'
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N.
S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu, and Brisbane, Q., are
DUE AT HONOLULU
On or about the
From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C,
For Brisbane, Q., and Sydney.
WARRIMOO DEC. 22
MIOWERA JAN. 19
AORANGI FEB. 16
WARRIMOO MARCH 1G
MIOWERA APRIL 13
AORANGI MAY 11
WARRIMOO JUNE Sj
e aad leave i&w pert, as feress&r:
Zeakmdli ..t...I .t .-.Dec 24
Mvnt&x i -.1
Zeal&adta. ................. o
Sierra .........--.-.-..---- Jan. S
Alaaedi ................. ......Jan. 23
Mariposa : Jan. 31
Alameda .................. ...Fb. 13
Sonoma ?..-?7. : Feb. 19
Alameda Mch. 6
AMERICA MARU MARCH 1
8l 6ov Ud.
Pacific Coast and Hawaiian Islands.
particulars, apply to
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ROCK FOR BALLAST.
( White and Black Sand
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Special attention paid to Undertaking and Embalming.
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