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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 March 1901

H " - T yUafcS! 3 $ 6&$ rvV 4jJ wt''lSifcT& ajyifyk. agjgftgfe ; jiju., a THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. -- .$" TOLUHE. II. NO. 235 HONOLULU, H. TL, WDMKSDAT,' MAECH 13, 1901 PRICE 1TEV CENTS PEBM OF SaM FOR L1UUQKAUN1 Keiki Introduces a Bill for a Permanent Settlement. READ FIRST TIME AND WILL SO THE HOUSE WANTS INFORMATION ON MANY MATTERS OF GOVERNMENT. Goodly Amount of Practical Business Forwarded In the Senate Yes terday Committee Wants Poll -Tax Retained. LUIuokalani. formerly sovereign Tular of those Inlands, will receive 112,000 per annum In the shape of a pension, provided the bill Introduced Into the House by Representative Kalkl yesterda'y morning Is passed by that body, receives the assent of the Senate and the signature of the Governor. The feeling favorable to the bill Is quite apparent, and from present appearances the bill stands a good chance of becoming a law. It passed first rending without opposition. The text of the document Is: An Act to appropriate pension fo...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 March 1901

; AL0HG tti s I c T high noon yesterday, u Dorrow J a phrase from tne man wnose j ri aatJ lt ls to vnrite u" las"1011' able weddings, the Sonoma came In from the Colonies, according to Hoyle. But the Sierra, at this writing, so much longed and hoped for, still lingers over the horizon line. According to the report of Purser Uodson. the Sonoma left bydney on the afternoon of the 26th of February and arrived at Auckland on the morning of the 2nd of March. On the same day she left for Pago Pago, reaching that point of her journey at noon on thelJth. Her stay here was but of a few hours' duration and In the middle, of the same afternoon she sot her prow for Honolulu The voyage was uneventful. The wind came from different points of the south all the way up. The sky was clear and the sea was smooth. The Sonoma brings several passengers of more than ordinary note. A party composed of Major-General Sir Staniey and Lady Clarke, Mr. and Sirs. G. H. Hardy. Sir T. Hervey and Mr. C. D. Rose are ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 March 1901

l V Wni.G.irwin&CD LIMITED- REFKED SUGARS. Cube and Granulated. ' PARAEFIXE PADiT G0.JS Paints, Compounds and Building Papers. PAINT ILS, Lacol Baw and Boiled. : Llneeed Baw and Boiled ' KDURKE, Water-proof cold-water Paint, in-side and outside; in white and colons. FERTILIZERS AJox. Cross & Sons' Scotch fertilizers, adaplad for cane and coffee. X. Oblandt fe Oo.'ff chemi.al Fertilizers and finely ground UonemcaL STEM PIPE COYERIXG, Reed's patent elastic sectional pipe Covering. FILTER, PRESS CL0TUSr Linen and Jute. SEMEXT. LIME & MUCKS Agents For- WESTERN' HUGAB vxfJN'2,GCO, Sai Jfciiuusco. Oi BALDWIN LOCOMOT WOBKS, Vbiladelpht i:a U. S. A NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO., (Manf. "National Cane Shredder" w ,MJ. S. A OI1LANDT & CO., San Francisco, Cal B1SPON IRON AND LOCOaiOTR'E WOBKS. San Franoisco.Cal The Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ltd. 'Importers and Dealers in Hardware, Crockery, and Glassware 2, 3 and 4 Light Chandeliers and Metal and Glads Lamps, Lamp Fixtures Paints, Oil...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 March 1901

lit ? " VI If i THE HONOLULU FabHsbed Every Morals Except Moa-'. tS7 b the Kobt. Grieve usg Co&Bvsarv limited. )WDTSGILD EDITOR VELuPHONES. K&ness Main 218 Editorial Rcc3 7.MaIrT123 Washington Sareau Port Building Entered at the Post Office at H. T-, as malL S SUBSCRIPTION RATES. icr Month, by Carrier....- .75 One Year, by Mail SJ0 fill Moulta. br Mall 4.00 Three fconths, br Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU. H. T 3IABOH 13, 1901 WHITE MEN AND CLIMATE. The Republican publishes in another column an editorial from the New York Mail and Express showing what a mass cf ignorance there s n the East regarding HawalL It also shows how the circulation of stories to 'the effect that white men can not work in the cane fields in Hawaii bare borne fruit. When the Mail and Express refers to the climate of Hawaii as lelng one that "disposes the white J man of the Norm to indolence," it does not know what It is talking about Hawaii has 5 climate superior '"to that of any other part of the world...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 March 1901

fi ' 4i V ..i r? I lift ft 6 m Ei. f Z . 9 W DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH PROFITS WILLBE LOST SIGHT BF. . . . d "( - EYIS iMia Br Lijm Jv VHJL 'R ajJ7jJj - J.U r' -$' $ .,. , &i THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 13, 1901. FIVE f A 4 s h. ,'4 iMJwWlMiAMJNWlwMW j: J- 1901 Sf?rf i Z BW -1 rha SHIP PKvi -0- Feed isv ; Sols Agents for the United States and Its Possessions. j? K h" , K K" ' K J? " " " S .. . -- MFFEZEKT ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FROM MTEK LOOKING TIT f ?0R SOXETIflPG : ' GOOB Td BAT. fine lines of . . rv titkv Jncf RfiTnp - - Z trOrLTfn 1 "DT "DC 2.A14TC 2 XXVUXXO, jutjujlJUlujuxj, n n J Also a full line of F MEATS, FISH, Eta suitable ? AI TPD IAAITY 2 Tel. 6S0. Orphsum Block. GroGers. & FJ3 H - I .HOTEL STBEET, KEAK TORT YoiiCanTaieAtateeofOs You don't need to buy unless you want to but we know you will want to when you see the goods and the small prices attached to them. In order to keep business humming during March we are making sensational prices on all Men's a...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 March 1901

Drays foff Hire, Xm. S-lf? ' Street. Shades! SHADES opaque shade These different be $1.25 and They want appreciated. STREET. & GO. i I I m t BLOCK GOING RAPIDLY! LOTS ON purchasing now they have TO SUIT ALL to $3,500 . First Electric Railway . THE BEST INVESTMENT EVER OFFERED H0S0LULIPS CHOICEST RESIDESCE DISTRICT ... v-s" For farther Pjuiculars and Terms, see 'S )f, J. - "'! uv mmcE PKOGEESS BLOCK. I WARWG r .v and "- .. - A V " - - 5 sft.j: .S SIX THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, VEDSESDAY, MARCH 13, 1901. $ HI CRIKESE LEADERS FUBUGLY BtMEADED 1TW0 OTHERS DECLARED BY THEIR FRIENDS TO HAVE COMMITTED SUICIDE. Jis&xtr Cruisers Surveying Territory vlth the Object, It Is Thought, of Annexing It Prince Tuan Out of Seach of the Allies. LONDON, Feb. 2". Chehsia and awchengyu -were publicly beheaded bi Pc&nx ia the presence of the allied sroaps. The former maintained a ealai and fearless attitude. The IttUrr was stupid -with opium. The Chinese assert that Yiognin sad Chamhuchiam commit...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 March 1901

Jf 7 i WGOOOOGGG 5 mA1 X 1 1 '" S? - VSR ''' N ,--- LJ $ I . nMnrii pwsm 5HSS&i .an Mima sinrffl :s Y TiM New SitatHitt fir htMt Lfltkcr. DRESS ....SHOE... KID. - No cracking, no drawing to the feet; very soft, and easily conforming. Hanan's are the only people making these goods. - A long-felt -want supplied. MGlnernf s Shoe Store SOLE AGENT lyyynooooorwwyyyyyyy JUST TO HAND. ....A HANDSOME LINE OF.... Ladies' Knox Pelt Hats I New Bailor Hats .:; New Matine.e Hats WE ABE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING fc)P TO TIiE FASHION GOODS By every steamer. You can't go -wrong or be out of style when purchasing of us. ' The M. E. Killean Co, Ltd. ariington Block. Hotel et. inrenmrnnTra 1 1 t i r""1 n n'limii i inn b ' nw ' nm rTTimTrm it PAOIFIG fflPORT GO. Progress Block, Fort Street.. " -NEW iila$b materials GRAND DISPLAY -OF- New SPRING GOODS We offer In our presentation for 1901 the most sumptuous array of high-class novelties' it has ever been our pleasure to exhibit a display possessing the ch...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 March 1901

4 4 likely . that 4 Hegelian, popd 9 Q). MIES PREPARING FOR THE DUKE OF CORNWALL the Royal Party :first place in New Zealand to be by the Duke and Duchess of -who will then visit Wellington. Chrfstchureh and Dunedin In turn. Their Royal Highnesses will also If Unie permits,. go to Rotorua, but the Stlnerary will have to be altered if She duration of their stay in the Is curtailed, as seems likely from Tua nows cabled. It is officially stated Stat an evening reception will bo hold xt Government House during their 3!ayal Highnesses' visit to Wellington, about the middle of June. Owing Zo the observance of Court mourning. iw balls, levees, or drawlngroom sythcringB will be held in connection Trilh the visit It has been definitely decided that ahe Duke and Duchess of Cornwall-! arc to arrive at Auckland on June 11, auid they will take their departure 2rosiHhe colony on the 29th. Their IKoyal Highnesses will thus have 17 3ear days in the colony, and will Save an opportunity of visiting L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 March 1901

, M ( n i v -" ;, ,-v. W I v , 3f 4. - Ht V l - w ;r TEN PAGES JC . THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLUME IL NO. 23G HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, MABCff 14, 1901 PRIdE 1TVE CENTS i CROSS SANDS jHMK PACIFIC Pilgrims Have Traveled From Afar. SHRIHERS GOME TO HONOLULU A GLAD BAND THEY ARE AND i" t - t THEY COME FOR FUN AND BUSINESS. The Band, More Than Two Hundred Strong, Take the City and Will Relgrt During the Next Three Weeks A Temple lor Honolulu. The Mystic Shriners are here. They cams on the Oceanic Steamship Company's steamer Sierra and from the momont their feet struck the wharfs along the waterfront yesterday afternoon, ther owned the town and will remain in undisturbed possession for the next three weeks They are a Jolly crowd about 250 strong, composed of men from nearly every field of industry and representing millions of dollars of capital. There are probably 175 members of the order with the party, the balance being made up of the wives, sisters and daughters of some of the Shrin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 March 1901

F. All faMfo '& MTi Sierra has arrived. With her I comes mcch that Interests the I people ot Honolulu. Two weeks' mall valuable merchandise, and last but not least, the Mystic Shriners, The dav vras an Ideal one for her arrival. 'The Foft sky, blue water and gentle breeze, added to the many beauties of the landscape of Oahu, made the first impressions of those who had traveled from afar such as never to be forgotten. The vessel was crescent and fez from stem to stern. Nearly two- hundred masons were on board, besides many other passengers. No sooner had the Sierra come in sight, than the Fearless took out a committee of local Shriners. When their red fezzes were distinguished on shipboard, a cry of welcome went up from those on board. At the Oceanic wharf, fully a thousand people had gathered to welcome the strangers. Every hack in town was pressed Into service. The automobiles were out in force, and the strangers were taKen charge of as soon as they stepped off the gangplank. T...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 March 1901

Pt WE FIT QUUJEJ Scientifically to relieve strain, sad improve' the sight. WE GSIfii LEPSE5 Nothing too much trouble if it helps to make accurate work. 'm mmm Promptly and to last. FACTORY ON THE PREMISES A. N. 5dNf ORD ' Graduate Optician Boston Building Fort Street m G. IRWIN S CO., LTD. Wm. G. Irwin.. President & Manager Glaus Spreckels.. First Vice President W. M. Giffard.. Second Vice-President H. M. Whitney, Jr...Treas. and Sec'y Sugar Factors AND Commission Agents. AGENTS FOR THE Oceanic S. S. Co. Of San Francisco, Cal. ff LOVEJOY hi K3 Jgj go., Uss Sole CM feats Hawaiian Islands. PACIFIC SURETY CO. ACTS AS BOKDSMM on all classes of CUSTOM HOUSE BONDS GEAl! IAKSEG & CO., AGENTS Judd Building Fort Stre e The Mint Saloon Irf. W. CUNNINCHJW. PROP. Opens Saturday Morning WITH A STOCK OF WIKES J. H. McDOUNOUfiH, Manager, Will be assisted byB. LEMON and W. DAVIS . i ii Metropolitan Meat Co. 108 KING STREET. Q. J. WAALER, - - Manages. Wholesale and. Retail BUTCHERS and NAVY ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 March 1901

k l . I T3? t i- "& 3 . " tft 3,ijats$W . 'i "" w fT - - - . ia. - , ;ipwf i S' FOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, 1 ARCH 14: 1901. nWwggggSS m' t THE HGXOLULO REPUBLICAN r fells&ed Every Moralse Ercept & we Hobt. Grieve Cosipinr. liEslted. JDWCC S. GILL EDITOR ' " TELEPHONES. t Business OWew Maln218 Editorial RoiS Main 123 Washington Sereau Post Building Entsred at the Post Office at T., as mall. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier $ .75 Ono Year, br Mall S.OOJ Bix Mok&a. br Mall 4.00 Three ilonths, b? Mall or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T., 3IARCH 14, 1901 ITS OLD POLICY OF DECEIT. The Morning Organ. -which has on numerous occasions recently shown Its Ignorance of American laws and American Institutions, says In an editorial on the request of the Senate for the nominations of the Governor: "The President chooses bis own tims to send In names and only within a month has asked the Senate to con Arm Sampson and Schley for positions which tbclr friends believe...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 March 1901

k 2 r ""5 "& ""'sV -p Trm - ftif'S 3" l rrVf ( 'fKJ. 'v----- -' THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN; THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 19- FIVE CONDENSED TELEGRAMS k ' The Montana deadlock continues. England may soon place a duty Da s&gar Parliament has asked for special grants. Japan is preparing to build more war ships. Tne Duke of Cerawail may visit " Cakfornia. -v The Transport Logan has sailed from ilaaJla. The Chinese exaporor wdl not re-tarn to Peking. a gtcora) trade outlook ts reported on the continent. - Shasta coanty. Calif. now claims to have a coal lodge. The Sliver Hepnbtlcaa party of Ida-! ho has distended. Earthnnttke sfeocte, were recently renorted at Cayaeos ; rkh gold Strike is reported on Blich crek. Alaska. The Graad Haven. Conn.. Public library baraed March C. A Cttraegl library site has been selected at Fresno. Calif. An olectrtc power plant Is soon to 1 established at San Jose. Enough car cannot be secured to more the Caiuorma lemon crop. Japan te In hopes that she may be sire...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 March 1901

j i i Vi 'A ? i f ' a 1 u . BL. Hy "Xw. -V -- ..,; , - "' " ,. -i-' !- R r yr' '."''l1 vr - 'f . . ' v .--' -V? , " ', ., - ; :. .v - i-' "v? w.r J -"' L ' " " gTM, - . i ;afyTi&r xvSS SIX tHBBQXdLIIEU REPUBLICAN WEDNESDAY; MARGff 20, ipor. PACIFIC Mill IS SHERELT KIHED Divers Hope to Kecover Ill-fated Rio's Bodies and Treasure.- DIFFICULTY IN LOCATING THE WRECK EXTREME NEGLIGENCE 15 IN PATROLLING THE - SHORE FOR THE DEAD. Revfied List of the Dead Obtained Steamship Company Makes Good Losses to Its Rescued Men Captain Ward's Brother Arrives. SAN FRANCISCO. March 7. Carefully revised lists of those known to have been oa board the Ill-fated Pacific Mall steamer Rio de Janeiro show that the loss of life was even made at the time of the disaster. Of the 211 known to have been on board 131, ' In all human probability, lost their lives. The cooler judgment of the second day solved many of the problems that were presented on the day of the disaster, and from all the stories told and th...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 March 1901

K I h K "Si ! y. 0mmBMMMMMMMMM0MM I -. r DURING ?, v ( ..: THE MONTH OF MARCH PROFITS WILL BE LOST SIGHT OF. ... . m 'fi ? 1 .- S n , 7907 " ' " rORSOMETJIISG GOOD TO BAT. -- s ' nrrrJJnAT tnTICLES TO CHOOSE FROX W HEX LOOKING We have just received some fine lines of . . TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, GAME Also a full line of MEATS, FISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. Salter AWaity 2 Tel. 680. OrpheunrBiOGk. Grocers. : California Feed Co., LM. "; Sole Agents for the United States and Its Possessions. r j? S ? hn K " " ? K" t X .-- 35a - b". &: wsSWfl!" S . le wwwwwwwwwi HOTEL STKEET, NEAB. FOKT Yon Can Take Adrautage of lis id iH You don't need to buy unless you want to but we know you will want to when you see the goods and the small prices attached to them. In order to keep business humming during March we are jnaking sensational prices on all Men's and Boy's clothing, Hats and Gents' Furnishings. THE HUB CLOTHING HOUSE, Hotel Street, near Fort. .S 0 & & Jt C v J v v .S S v 0 ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 March 1901

i t, U raj - ? & ' ... , - . -i -s . m ' f - -" r .. -i; 4- .4 4 J -a ' V j , EIGHT THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, MARCH i. , ., -. ,, , ."' fr n". ? ? t : HUT SCENES MIRK IfUKOfUTKHf (Continued from First Page.) ercr remains nnfalfllled s a continuing obligation resting with force upoa the Executive and tne Congress. But fortnnate as our condition Is, Itr permanence can only be assured by sound business methods and 6trict economy in national administration and legislation- We should not permit our great prosperity to lead us to reckless -ventures In business or profligacy in public expenditures. While the Congress determines the objects and the sum of appropriations, the officials of the executive departments are responsible for honest and faithful disbursement, and it should be their constant care to avoid waste and extravagance. Honesty, capacity and Industry are nowhere more indispensaole than In public employment. They should be fundamental requisites to original appoin...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 March 1901

m.w bbbbbbbv 1 si -.- ., -.--. fl K Nil UIU II i7 Ni "a 1 . v x E V V 1 KIO - .$S&i i TJw Jkw Siistitite fif Patent Lcatbcr. AN ELEQflNT bRESS ....SHOE... No cracking no drawing to the feet; very soft, and easily conforming. Hanan's are the only people making. ?these goods. A long-felt want supplied. v MGinernfsShoe Store SOLE AGENTS s . -. jjvyyvjwwvvyvvvvvvvvvyyyyyyyyyyW')) y"-""""" ' " ' " " JUST TO HAND ...fA iaANDSOME LINE OF.... Ladies' Knox Felt Iats7: New Bailor Hats I New Matinee ft- WE AKE CONSTANTLY BECETVING ()P TO ThE FASHIOM GOODS By every steamer. You can't go wrong or be . out of style when purchasing of us. The M. E. Killean Co., Ltd. Arlington Block, note! Street. PACIFIC MPOKT CO. Progress Bloek, port Street.- NEW Ulash materials GRAND DISPLAY c -OF- New SPRING GOODS We offer in our presentation for 1901 the most sumptuous array of high-class novelties It has ever been our pleasure to exhibit a display possessing the charm and poetry of matchless elegance, whi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 March 1901

MONEY APPROPRIATED FOR HAWAII'S PUBLIC DEBT Perkins Amendment Providing for a Cable to Hawaii Is Stricken Out Expenses for District Court. WASHINGTON. Feb. 2S. The sundry civil bill as agreed upon by the Senate appropriations committee ten night Includes the following matters, affecting the Pacific Coast: For fog signal at Fort Winfleld Scott (Fort Point), $7,000: for light and for signal station at Point Dume, Los Angeles couuiy, ?63.000; for relief light vessel for twelfth and thirteenth lighthouse districts, to be first-class steam vessel with steam fog signal, 590,000; for lighthouses In Alaskan waters, with auUiority to contract for more to the extent of 50,000; for payment of the Hawaiian debt, being an Increase of ?31,S30 to provide for interest; for food, clothing and fuel for tne natives of St Paul and St George islands. Alaska, for the relief of other destitute nativos In Alaska. 525.000. The Secretary of War Is authorized to provide lor the care of insane soidiers in asyl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 15 March 1901

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Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 15 March 1901

IT 5 5 I! MONG those who came on the Sierra was pilot Freeman of Saa Francisco. The officer was detailed to take the vessel through the Golden Gate, but when bis official duucs were .concluded, he fonnd It impossible to leave the steamer as the sea was running like a mill race and the wind was blowing 65 miles an hour. Under such conditions, Mr. Freeman very safely accepted the situation and came on with the vessel. He will return on the first stcameT bound to the Mainland. Warspitc is a Flagship. The Warspite, the British man-of-war, will remain anchoreo on the harbor until the 23rd inst She is en route from Esqulmault, British Columbia, to Acapulco, Mexico, rhe flagship carries on board Rear Admiral K TJickford and staff. She is under the capfainc? . of Colin R. Keppel. C. B.. D. S. O., and the commanders are Aylmer H. G. Williams and Lawrence K Power In addition to the Admiral's staff, she carries a comnlenient of 535 men. The Warspite is one of the largest vessels that has visit...

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