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Mishaps to Whalers.
Chapter of Accidents Among the
fleet Up North,
Record of the Fleet's Catch to Latest Date.
Bpeclftl Correspondence ot tho llui.i.r.iiN.
On Bo,vm Brno Pniicv Emv.uin of
San Fhanoisco, Pout CL.uir.Ncr., Alas
ka, July in, 1892. Tho whaling
season of 1892 has opened with
au unusual numbor of mishaps.
homo aro moro sorious than others,
but thoy havo all cau'-cd a gioaf
amount of work. Ainony tho
most sorious might bo mentioned
tho brig Aloxandor, Capt. Shoroy,
which was lost on St. Paul's Island
in Boh ring Sea. Tho bark Northern
Light, Capt. Simmons, with tho now
famous Jno. 11. Griflith of tho Pixloy
train robbery (P. C. Adertisor) on
board, ran on an unknown rock near
Middleton Island. She was got off,
but leaked so badly that tho captain
made an attempt to bench her, m as
ho could got at tho leak. But at last
accounts no had been unsuccessful,
and tho Northern Light is making
22 inchos of water an hour. She
will not go homo, however, but will
finish tho season in Bohring Sea.
Tho schooner Alton, Capt. Nowth,
was nipped in tho ico and jammed
so hard that her decks camo up.
Thov had to throw her try-works
overboard. She drifted about with
the ice for twenty-ono days. During
her imprisonment in tho ico sho
traveled about 700 milos, passing
through tho Bohring Sea straits and
returning throo times. Sho wont as
far north as Capo Sordzo where the
ico started back and again carried
nor through tho Straits as far south
as King's Island, whoro sho was re
leased to the groat relief of hor cap
tain and crew.
Tho bark California, Capt. Slocum,
was nipped at tho same time, tho ico
crushing eight oak timbers and
breaking his ground tier of casks.
Sho has boon sufficiently repaired to
finish tho season.
The schooner Bonaza, Capt. Hunt
ley, ran into a cako of ico containing
about four acres, just north of St.
Lawronco Island, splitting hor stom
from tho water line to tho keelson.
Sho was leaking badly at last ac
counts, but has gone to Ounalaska
to repair damages. Capt. Huntloy
was the master of tho bark John P.
"West that was burned off Honolulu.
The Bonanza was owned at ono time
by Capt. Black of Honolulu.
Tho ship America, tender to the
whaling ileet, loaded with 3000 tons
of coal, had twenty feot of cutwater
knocked off by a cako of ico. Sho
was towed to port by tho steamer
Last but not least is our vessel,
tho brig Percy Edward, Captain
McKonna, stove and haudled roughly
by Mr. Ice, south of Plovor Bay. On
June 27th wo camo up to tho ico and
started to work through it under
easy sail, which wo succeeded in do
ing for a distance of ton miles, when
tho ice became thicker and closer
together. At 3 p.m. wo camo to a
standstill with tho ship's noso press
ing against a cako of ico. At 3:30
p.m. tho cako split in two, lotting us
through into a small water hole
which allowed tho vessel to gather
considerable headway, but a largo
cake of ice promptly brought us up
"all standing." It would -havo boon
laughable under other circumstances
to see a man take a number of in
voluntary, jerky stops in tho direc
tion of the bow. But it was no
laughing matter, as wo found about
six foot of our cutwator had boon
knocked off, and a plauk stove in.
Wo turned round and worked out
into clear water again, which wo
succeeded in doing at 1:30 a.m. of
tho 28th. We then made for Port
Clarence, whoro wo beached tho ves
sel, and at tho tbno of writing wo aro
all repaired and as good as now. Wo
will sail in about a week for tho
Appended is a list of the spring
catch of whalers for 1892 in tho
Arctic and Bohring Sea:
Schooner Kosario, 2 bowhead
whales; schooner Alton, 1 do.; brig
F. A. Barstow, 1 do.; bark Helen
Mar, 1 do.; stoamor Beluga, 2 do.;
steamer Bolvidore, 1 do.; bark An
drew Hicks, 2 right whales; bark
Josephine, 4 do.; bark Northern
Light, 1 do.; bark James Allon, 1
right and 1 sporm whales; steamer
Josaio Freeman, 1 right whalo; bark
Bounding Billow, 2 do.; bark Wan
derer, 1 do.; bark Sea Bangor, 1 do.
Tho rest of tho ships are clean to
date. H. R. W.
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SlU'TKMnUU 20, 1802,
.A.T 7I30 O'OIjOOK,
TO r,NI)OUSE THE1
For tlic Unexpired Term ot Six Yours,
Tor tho Unexpired Term of Four Yeats
-totici: is hhuhhy oivkn that
JLi tho Inspectors of said Precinct slinll
hold Public Mcctinu from fi to 8 o'elook,
at tho lteformutory School:
On TUBSDAY HVHNIXO, Sept. 28, 18!)-,
For tho purposu of correcting the Electoral
ltoll or Voting hist of tho Precinct hy add
ing new names thereto, or striking olf
the names of such voters as havo died,
removed from tho Vrecinct, or other
vise become dixqualillcd from voting in
tho xaid Precinct.
By Older of tho Board of Inspectors.
W". I,. WILCOX,
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 1892. B'i2-2t
JL Election for the 1st District,
cinct. ill meet for the nurttose of correct
ing tho Electoral Boll or Voting List by
adding now names thereto, or striking oil'
tho 'names of such voters as have died, re
moved or otherwise become disqualified,
at the Long Branch Bath Houso, Waikiki,
MONDAY, Sept. 20th, 7 to 0 o'clock i ji. ;
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 23th, 7 to 0 o'clock
'TUESDAY, Sopt. 27th, 7 to 0 o'clock
1-. M., at tho Government Nursery, King
J. A. OILMAN,
OB THE rUHPOSE OF C'OBREOT-
nu tlie Electoral Rolls or voting
Lists of baid District by adding now names
thereto or striking oil tho names of such
voters as have died, removed or otherwise
become disqualified, the Inspectors of said
Precinct shall hold meetings on tho fol
TUESDAY, Sept. 27, lb!)2, from 1 until
0 I'. M.
At Building at entrance to Lower Reser
voir Grounds, Nuuanu Avenue.
Uv ordor of Board of Inspectors.
JAS. G. Sl'ENUEK,
rnin: BOARD OF
3d District, 2d Pie-
JL Election for tho
clnet, w ill meet for tho purpose of correct
ing tho Electoral Roll or Voting List by
adding now names thereto, or striking on
the names of such voters as have died, re
moved or otherwise become disqualified, at
tho Kiipuaiua Building, Queen street, as
On MONDAY, Sopt. 20, 18!).!;
On WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28, 1802;
From 7 l it. to i) r. M. each evening.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 18!).'
HE BOARD OF INSPECTOBS OF
Election for tho 3d District. 1st Pre
cinct, will meet for tno purpose of correct
lag tho Electoral Roll or Voting List by
adding now names "thereto, or striking oil'
adding now names tnercto, or striuun
the names of such voters us havo died
mo 'I or otherwise hecoino disqualified
the Royal School Houso ns follows:
On MONDAY. Sopt. 20, 18!U;
On TUESDAY, Sept. 27, 18U2;
On WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28, 18!)2;
From 7:30 to 0:30 o'clock each evening.
J. M. OAMARA, Jn.,
Honolulu, Sopt. 17, 1802. 52M0t
4th District of Honolulu, 1st and 2d
OR THE PURPOSE OF CORREOT
im: tho Electoral Rolls or Vothur
Lists of said District by adding new names
thereto or striking oil' tho names of such
voturs as havo died, removed or otherwise
become disqualified, tho Inspectors of said
Precincts shall hold meetings from 7:30
i'. .. on tho following daj'H:
MONDAY, Sopt. 20, 1802, at tho Bell
Tower, Union street;
WEDNESDAY, Supt. 28, 1892, ut Engine
Houso Chinu Co. No. fl, Maunnkca streot.
Adjourned meetings may ho held If
deemed ntto&sary by tho Inspectors.
Per order of tho Inspectors.
rpHK BOARD OF INSPECTORS OF
J. Election for tho 5th District, 1st Pre
cinct, will hold public
nicetliiL'S for the
mrposo of correcting tho Eleetorul ltoll or
otiug last ijv adding new names thereto
g List Ijv
or striking oif tho names of such voters as
have died, removed or otherwise become
disqualified, ut tlie iramwuys Uo.'s Build
ing, ut Kapulumu, as follows:
On TUESDAY, Sept. 27, 1802, from 7 to
I) r. m.
If necessury adjourned meetings will bo
held, of which duo notice will be given ut
the stated meetings.
M. It. COLBURN.
Chairman Oth District, 1st Precinct.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1892. 021-lOt
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ISLAND OF OAHU.
Hon. Henry Waterhouse
For tlie Unexpired Six Year Term, vice
Paul Neumann, resigned.
Hon. Mart P. Robinson
For the Unexpired Four Year Term,
vice E. C. Macfarlane, resigned.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
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For the Unexpired Six Year 'form, vice
Paul Neumann, resigned.
HON. MARK P. ROBINSON
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