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,rft VS .nmt iha Tntri1s1nni1 Trharf to Uie end of the Pacific F j Mall wharf there was a . crowd all day yesterday. The Island steamers of 'IjH TTinUl both companies were busy - joading and the two bis transports were coaling. The Albion at the Kinau wharf was discharging nor fruit and vegetables, some of which were not as fresh as the day they left San Francisco, and at the Oceanic wharf the Zealandia, which lost a day for work by coming late, ym throwing out freight at a great rate In an effort to get clear and loaded and away on time, Friday afternoon. At the up-town wharfs the ves sels were all busy unloading and at j the preent the twenty-throe vessels in the harbor flit it comfortably so that they all can work. The American snip Kennebec got away yesterday for the Sound and quite a delay in waiting for a crew. Gaptain Lewis had made up his mind to take a Japanese crew and had six of the little brown men engaged. He cottld not get any more however, and could not find any white sailors who would work with the Jstf. He was forced to dismiss the Japanese and take all white sailors at the Union rates of forty-five dollars for the run. Had he not done this there is a probability that he would have been tied up here Indefinitely. When the Union first took hold here It had not much of a pull with the shipping masters to buck, bnt now there is only one and few sailors, the Union is having a merry time of it.' The transport Meade was the scene of a very pretty gathering yesterday afternoon. The band, under the direction of Captain Berger. entertained the passengers of Uncle Sam's big vessel with some fine music, which was fully appreciated. The concert took place on the main deck and chairs were arranged for the audience on either .ide of the musicians. Many I of the well-known Hawaiian airs were played, which seemed to delight the listeners and rounds of applause greeted every piece at its conclusion. There wore many town people invited and altogether there were about two hundred present at the entertainment The Meado Is about ready to sail and is expected to leave this morning. If possible. The operation of coaling her has been delayed on account of the fact that nil her coal must be ta.ken in through the hatch on the forward deck as sho is too deep to bo coaled through her coal ports. The coal ie hoisted up In a big basket instead of being passed up on stages and this is taking time. The Currier's Cargo. The ship John Currier, which was spoken by the Zealandia on Fridav last, is expected here now at any time. Sho brings a very large cargo and is consigned to M. J. Bissel. For Davios & Co. there are 500,000 bricks. 2.500 bales of hay, 7.000 sacks of grain, and 7.000 barrels of line. Her other freight is for the Rapid Transit Co.. M. J. Bissel. L. B. Kerr & Co., Lovejoy & Co.. McChesney & Sons. C. Sydney Shepard & Co., and Henry Smith. , Larger Than Deutschland. Any mystery there may have been as to the dimensions of the big vessels which are now building in the yards of the Eastern Shipbuilding Co. at Groton. Conn., for J. J. Hill, of the Great Northern Railroad, has been cleared up by the statement given out by the company. The new vessels will be of 20.000 tons register and 33.-000 tons displacement, or just 10,000 tons more displacement than the new Atlantic greyhound Deutschland. The new steamers, which are being built primarily for cargo carriers, are not as long as many Atlantic liners, but an? much wider and deeper. The following are the principal dimensions of the vessels: Length. 630 feet: beam. 73 feet: depth. 56 feet The vessel will have a speed of 14 knots and will be run in the Oriental trade. DEPARTURES. Tuesday, December 11. Am sp Kennebec, Lewis, for the Sound in ballast. Str Mlkahala, Pederson, for Ahukhil, Xawlllwilt and Koloa. Str Kinau. Parker, for Lahalna. Knwalhae. Laupahoehoe and Hllo .ports. Str Claudlne, Lane, for Lahaina, .Nahlku. Hnna. Hamoa, . Str Waialeale, Green, for Kauai. Gas sch Surprise. Xystrom, for xilecle, Nnwillwill. Hanapepe, Waimca and Kekaha. Schr Lady, Moses, for Koolau ports. Schr Blanch and Ella, for Hanajei and Kalihiwai. TO SAIL TODAY. ! U. S. A. T. Meade, for Manila, at 10 a. in. , Gas sch .Eclipse, for Makena, and Kona ports at 5 p. m. . PASSENGERS DEPARTED. For Lahaina, Kahului, Hana. Hamoa and other ports, per str Claudlne, Doc 11. W. H. Bailey, W. H. Bailey, Jr.. Mrs. Wm. Coffer and tw children. D. K nnB sf 'njj 0MI H. Lewis, A. Zakerman, J. J. Dunning. J. M. Long, J. Fakala and wife, John Bortfeld, John Joseta, P. E. Richardson, C P. Grim wood, G. B. Robertson, V. Searby, Fred Wehman, M. Duffy, H. C. Ovendenwlfe and 2 children. G. E. Morrll, TV. J. Lowrie, C. Ah Chong. Dang Yon?, Fred S. Ann- strong. A. Andrade, Mrs. J. H. Nui, Mrs. w; Jienntng. Miss r'. uorueia and two children, Dr. Rossi, H. 1L Wood. Mrs. Josepa, Miss A. R. "Whitney, Miss E. Gilhus, Miss E. Taylor. Joseph Taylor. For Maui and Hawaii ports, per str Kinau, Dec 11. S. C. Shaw and wife. Albert Xawahl. R. D. Silliman. Mrs. L. A. Like, Miss Xawahi, Mrs. Mary Ailau Mrs. Robert Rycroft Mrs. J. M. Coulson Miss Mary Jamieson, Chas. Smith. C. H. Johnson. H. L. H. Akona, John Wilson, Paul Jarrctt, R. A. Hutchinson, J. Graham, F. h Reed, A. K. Ozawa, C. H. Judd. T. E. Hoods, Mrs. Frary, Mrs. Flanders, Miss Xorthen, Miss Hayselden, Mrs. M. Lewice, Mrs. M. Esperida, . H. Card, E. Kleugel. B. Kaapa, J. Nickeus and wife, C. McLennan. Miss Andrews, Master Andrews. Miss Shaw, F. L Stanley, C. S. Holloway, F. J. Cross, F. Gardbrecht. Miss Emma Hooikaka, Miss L. Hart, Mr. Mrs. G. W. Mills and daughter. Cecil Brown, A. W. Carter. Major W. Cornwell. Miss K. Cornwell, Mr. Brewster, Mr. Talmagu, A. S. Le Baron, Gurney, wife and child, Peter Gibbs and wife. For Kauai, per str Mikahala, Dec. 11. Gov. S. B. Dole, Miss L. E. Wilcox. G. H. Allen. Captain Jensen. Mrs. S. K. Koao. M. L. May, H. Water-house. J. S. McCandiess. Stanley Bryan, F. Archer, W. Berlowitz. Mcdonough, of hilo, coming to honolulu New Moana Hotel at Waikiki Will Se Opened at an Early Date, in Gorgeous Style. This seems to be a moving time in the changes of the hotels owned by the wholesale liquor house of W. C. Peacock &. Co., and the matter is attracting considerable attention, notably in the trade. Mr. Card left here yesterday for Hilo to assume the management 'f the Hilo hotel, relieving jolly and genial J. H. McDonough, who has made a groat success of the old time and generally losing hostelry. It seems that Mac. who brought over with him to Hilo the free and easy hospitality of Montana and the Pacific Coast generally, in the excess of zeal for his employers and hospitality o strangers within the quiet and paralyzing domains of Hilo on Sunday, made a mistake. He asked the sheriff at Hilo, it is said, to permit him to Keep open on the Sunday when che visiting Shriners from San Francisco honored Hilo with their presence. He received the privilege, it is claimed, to do so. He did it. During the day the local manager of the Peacock & Co. wholesale house came along and ordered the bartender to close up. When Mac found the bar closed there was "blood on the moon" and after some discussion it all ended in a knock-but for the wholesale manager and a victory against sumptuary laws for Mac Then Mac. resigned and Card left yesterday to take his position. Mac's many friends are looking for him to be here in a day or two and mean to give him a reception. McDonough is. perhaps, the best-known hotel man In the west of the mainland. The Peacock company's magnificent new hotel at Waikiki; the Moana. will soon bo opened Fred. T. Smith, the managers has arrived from San Francisco, and will at once begin organizing the force for operating the hotel upon the magnificent plan that the very wealthy firm has planned. No changes have been made in the four or five retail liquor saloons that the firm conducts in this city. TALKED ON THE TRANSVAAL. Hawaiian Woman's Club Equally Divided Upon The Matter. The Transvaal has proved an interesting arid entertaining theme for research and discussion by the ladies comprising the Hawaiian Woman's Club. At the meeting held yesterdny afternoon at the residence of Mrs. W. F. Frear, the last paper on this subject was read, one being devoted to Paul Kruger, and another dwelt upon Lord Roberts and his conduct in the recent campaign. After the presentation cf the papers an informal discussion followed among the ladles present The discussion terminated in a vote being taken, which resulted in an even division of opinion as to the meritsr and demerits of the South African difficulties. The club has aojourned until the second Tuesday in January, when an equally profitable subject will oe taken up, and given a thorough study ana investigation. His Age. "Are you old enough to vote?" asked the tourist in North Carolina. "I dunno erzactlr what my age is, boss," replied the colored man, "but I kin tell you ois: I alius was old enought to know better dan to try to" vote." Washington Star. THfi HpN13LbTLREPUBLi &&, WEDXKSDAY; DECEM1 TWO . 5t. Mi ultra UM CI. Oceanic Steamship Co. Honolulu Dairymen' Association, 3NS r F $r as- TIME TABLE. F" "t r LIMITED. ft 4 TIME-TABLE After Jaxuury 1, 1900 OCTWAKD. Piiir uinr r3y tonr rny Statical. x ex sjk. -a. pjs. Heootsla fM 90S 1136 S-SS S:K Peart CUr ;SS ?.-ii 11:10 J.T 523 Et&MIU : 1Q8 liM S&5 SilO TTi'it .. ... : ...... HS .... WtlaiCB. XI56 3rO . Kalraka . 22:33 C:15 IXWABD. t riiy DaUr Bally Daily Statkms. x rx 5ia San P.TB. M W B.X2. p.TH, r7n. Kaauka J:35 .... 2a Walalna.... .. ... . 6 JO .... 3d3 Wslimiu!.... .. ..... TJO ..U 3&1 tnxm i& T:i5 X& kOl Pearl City.... .. 6:15 5dC3 li 15 Hocolaln.... .. 6S0 8iS3 am SJ G. P. BKSISCV. T. C SMITH. Superintendent. P. k T. A MOVEM?NTS OF STEAMERS. Steamert lue and to sail for the next thirty Tiys are as follows: ARRrTE. Steamers - From. Due. NIPPON" MARU San Fran... Dec 13 SERRA San Francisco Dec IS RIO DE JANEIRO San Fran. Dec II WARR1MOO Victoria Dec 22 COPTIC San Fran Dec 29 ZEALANDIA San Fran Jan. 2 DEPART. Steamers For. Depart. ZEALANDIA San Fran Dec 14 AMERICA MARU San Fran .Dec J 5 MIOWERA Victoria Dec 19 ALAMEDA San Fran Dec 20, EKING San Fran Dec 25 GAELIC San Fran Jan. 1 A government transport from San Francisco, carrying mail, is due about the Sth and 23d of each month. YESTERDAY o WEATHER. Diamond Head Signal Station 10 p. in. Weather clear, wind light. N.E. She Wouldn't Scold. "Charley, dear," said young Mrs. Torkins, "I'm not going to scold you a bit about the money you lost on the election." "That's very good of you." "No; it's a relief to think that you had a good time with it instead of my wasting it. as I might have done, on a new dress or the grocery bill, or something like that." Washington r'osL ' It Would Make a Change. of course she knew he was a mean man, but she did not think he was s.s mean as he proved to be. "I can see," he said, "where women in politics would make a very great change." "Where?" she asked, unsuspiciously. "Why, if she was given the franchise," he explained, "the proportion of what is known as the 'silent vote-would be considerably lessened." Chicago Post. Notice. To Shippers Per S. 3. "Zealandia." Notice is hereby given that no freight of any kind whatsoever will be accepted by the Agents on the day of sailing. VM. G. IRWIN & CO.. LTD., General Agents. Notice. To Consignees S. S. "Zealandia." The S. S. "Zealandia" has been entered at Customs, ana will commence" discharging cargo at the Oceanic Steamship Co.'s wharf,. i)otember 11th. 1900. Consignees will please cnll at the office of William G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., Fort Street, and pay freight and re ceive their orders. All merchandise when landed upon the wharf will be at the risk of the owners or consignees, and if not removed within twenty-four hours after 5 p. m. of the day on which it is landed, will be- stored or left on the wharf at the risk and expense of the oVners or consignees. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.. WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LTD.. General Agents SOeOSOSCOKK3SO0 BRACE UP! Don't let your past errors weck 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 failed in othr means that is no argument American-Hawaiian S. S. Co. Direct Sercice Between New York, Pacific Coast and Hawaiian Islands. S. S. AMERICAN has left New York for this port, via San Francisco, Tafonia, Seattle and Nanimo, on October 30th. S. S. HAWAIIAN will be dispatched from New York on or before December 30th, for San Francisco, Pugot Sound and Nanimo, en route to Honolulu. , Freight received at Company's wharf, Forty-second Street, .South Brooklyn, at all times. For Further Particulars Apply to H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd. AGENTS, Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Line. Steamers of the above line, running in connection with theXANADINAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, and Honolulu, and Brisbane, Q., are DUE AT On or about the dates below stated, viz.: From Vancouver and Victoria, B. C, ror Brisbane, Q., and Sydney. WARRIMOO Dec. 22 MIOWERA .'. Jan. 19 AORANGI Feb. 16 WARRIMOO March 16 MIOWERA April 13 AORANGI Mayll WARRIMOO JuneS THROUGH TICKETS issued from and Europe. For Freight and Passage, and all general Information, apply to THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Limited. GENERAL AGENTS. T 0 mnmmm TRADEMARK. of its cures vere made It pours vitality into the the wasted powers, arid it weight in gold, for it with new life, new vigor, which explains all. ' Consul-6; Office hours, 9 to Sun- DRUG STORES. Cor. Market Street and Grant Ave., San .Francisco, Cal. against it, for nine out of ten after all else had failed. nerves and muscles, restoring it must cure. It is worth saturates the weakened bod new vitality. Send for free book, tation and advice free. days, 10 to 1. XEVSm SOLD IN DR. A. T. SANDEN, eooooooeoeo3pKo0osb ! 5 fjt 7. .". 5a. The steamer Ine will arrive ana leave this jport a heresaaerr FROM SAN FRANCISCO.. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. Sierra - Dec IS Zealandia Dec 14 1901. Alameda .. -..Dec IT ' Zealandia Jan- 2 1901. Alameda Jan. S Zealandia Jan- 5 Zealand V.:.' .Ilr.rirh....". Jan. 23 Sonoma.... - Jan.23 Mariposa ,...-. .- Feb. S Sierra - '. - Feb. 19 Zealandia 1. Mar. 2 Ventura Mar. 12 Hariposa . ....... Jaai S Zealandia . Jan. 5 Sierra. ..tSi. ".:.'... Jai. Mariposa . ..."..!.:--.. Feb. IS Alameda .. i-. Feb. '3 Zealandia . I..;.......... Mar. 6 In connection with the sailing of the above steanersthe agents are pre pared to issue, to intending: passengers COUPON THROUGH TICKETS r any railroad from San Francisco to all pants la the Cnited'States, andfrom New YorK by any steamship line to all European ports. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO WM. G. IEWIN & CO- LIMITED GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO. Mail S. S. Co. Occidental and Oriental S. S. Go. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave thk port on or about the dates below mentioned: FOR JAPAN and CHINA. NIPPON MARU Dec. 13 RIO DE JANEIRO Dec. 21 COPTIC I Dec. 29 AMERICA MARU Jan. 5 PEKING . Jan. 15 GAELIC Jan. 23 HONGKONG MARU Jan. 31 CHINA '. Feb. S DORIC Feb. 16 MARU Feb. 26 FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd. Agents. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. AMERICA MARU .... Dec. 15 PEKING Dec. 25 GAELIC Jan. 1 HONGKONG MARU Jan. S CHINA I Jan. IS DORIC Jan. 26 NIPPON Feb. 2 RIO JANEIRO Feb. 12 COPTIC Feb. 19 AMERICA MARU March J HONOLULU. From Sydney, Brisbane, Q., for Victoria and Vancouver, B. C. iiuWERA Dec. 19 AORANGI Jan. 16 WARRIMOO Feb. 13 MIOWERA March 13 AORANGI April 10 WARRIMOO :May S MIOWERA June 5 Honolulu to Canada, United States ROCK fi MUST. White ui lltck Sairi ii iiutitks ti siit EXCAVATING CONTRACTED FOR CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE Dump Carts furnished by the day on hour's notice. H. R. HITCHCOCK. Cart wright Bldg. Tel. Main 68 II. G. IRIiU CO., LTD. Wm. G. Irwin ..President & Manager Clans Spreckels.. First Vice-President V, M. GifTard.. Second Vice-President H. 31. Whitney, Jr.. .Treas. and Sec'y Sugar Factors fXSD Commission Agents. AGENTS FOR THE Oceanic S. S. Go. Of tan Fraiwteco, Cal. -HI I . -9- Fresh 6n, bFITCI AJTC XXXJC XTLX Street 7. S Maaagr. c5YFTON5fuRETORE H. H. WILLIAMS - - - Manager. LOVE BUILDING, NOS. 534-586. Tel. S46, FORT ST. . " - r 'M " -' ' ' A new line of BABIES CRIBS, CRADLES and CARRIAGES. PARLOR, BEDR001I and DINING FURNITURE. SPECIAL ATTENTION- PAID TO UNDERTAKING and E2EBALXING HARNESS and SADDLES. Jnst received a large invoices of California and American Saddles. Also a fine lot of Lirih Harness and Trim-mines which will be sold at Bock Bottom Prices. Largest and best assortment of" Whips, Brushes and Bits in Honolulu. Drop in and be convinced. Repairing promptly executed at reasonable prices. LINCOLN BLOCK TELEPHONE 778 D. 0. HAMMAN. TAPPA CLOTH ALBUMS THE PRETTIEST CHRISTMAS NOYELTY EVER OFFERED. BOTH COYER AND CONTEXTS A Souvenir of Hawaii Honolulu Photo Supply Co.' 426 FORT ' I XOAD 1 3S' f,:: :-.. 4-0 13?' t h ; VN ' V N ': 1 A ' I'.' J 63&' j S2'z' 1 S2K' Prospect ST. These Lots are Offered for Sale At Very Reasonable Prices. Terms to Suit Purchaser. Apply to W. Purdy & Baron SHIP CAEPENTEES Caulking. Smithing and General Repair Shop. Ship3 ways for small schooners. Scowa built, repaired and rented. SHOP: Sumner's Island, Honolulu,T.H. Tel. 606. P.O. Box 262. HAWAIIAN LUSTING GO. NO. 16 QUEEN ST. I. L. EVANS, Naiager. Foundation Stone. Curbing. Black and White Sand. ; , AXI Soil of Zrcsy DMcriptioa for Sl. Drays for Hire. Ik aid Mbr y Streets Telephone.White 341. K Telephone White 'ill NO. 171 KING ST. P. O. BOX 791 STREET. For further particulars E. BIVENS. Corner King and Bethel Sts. Send Away To Your Friends Aloha from Hawaii Calendar i HAWAIIAN NEWS CO. LiraiU. "" . . t - , ", fe . v - w 0iftSVS?tf lit- .x, &', .-?&: ., ti ""