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THE BABCOOK'S MASCOT.
I..ITTI.K (JL.VUVS UHAIIA.II IN BO
OAtii.i:o uv riir. ci(i:v.
A l)niiiluiieNierliiioii ofun Amorlc4i
ClllUU'r Now In I'ort Oneof tlio
Tho American ship W. I1'. Bnl
Cftck, whiah arrived in port on
Monday lust, iH ono of tlio finest
specimens of nmriuo architecture
in tho Ainoricim merchant sorvico.
The W. F. Babcock was named
after tho gcntlonian of that name
who died in Snn Frnucisco somo
years ago. His son still resides
there nnd rotains considerable in
terest in tho ship. Sho was built
in Bath, Mo., by Arthur Sewoll &
Co., and is 2(50 foot ovor-ull, 44
foot beam nnd 28 foot deep. Dur
ing hor long carder at son she has
novor boon seriously disabled nnd
is now one of tho fastest ships
Belonging to tho same syndicate
and built by Spwell & Co. are tho
Shenandoah, tho Susquehanna,
tho Roanoke, tho Dirigo, tho only
stool ship ovor built m America,
tho John Bosonfeld and tho Willio
Bosonfeld, named after tho fathor
and tho 'son of tho well known
firm of John lioscnfeld's Sons,
and about eight or nine othor clip
pers. Tho IJirigo, which is duo in
Honolulu about March 1st, is one
of tho finest ships of hor class in
tho world, and as soon as corn-
p J L $S v
. -fc I J' III El V I
THE Y. 1'. IIAHCOCK AND HKU MASCOT.
(Uqiroiluecd from S. F. Cull.)
morco warrants it others of hor
kind will bo turned out. Tho
Sowolls havo a magnificent plant
in Maino, but it is shut down now
owing to tho gonoral depression
in shipbuilding. Onco any on-
couragemout offers, howevor, it
will bo startou up ogam and steel
ships for Undo Sam's merchant
marine will begin to bo turned
Captain Graham had a hard
timo on tho trip from Now York
to ban Jb ranoisco, and in attempt
ing to round (Jape Horn and
catch a favorablo wind Captain
Graham took his ship away down
to Gl dogreos south, and although
for days everything was frozon
hard, not a man on board was tho
worso for tho oxporionce.
"In all my experience as a sea
man," said Captain Graham to n
Call reporter soon after arriving
in San Francisco, "t nover had
such a hard timo of it rounding
tho Horn. It was ono galo after
another, and whon wo ran away
south tho ropes fro,0 in tho blocks,
and for about twelve hour wo
could not work tho ship. Somo
of tho inon got frostbitton, but not
seriously; but onco wo got a
straight slant for San Francisco it
did not tako us long to como bowl
Captain Graham is accompanied
by his wifo and littlo daughter.
The littlo daughtar is named
Gladys and is called tho vessel's
mascot by tho Bailors, and thoy
say that had it not boon for hor
tho good ship would novor havo
pulled through. Thero was a
HONOLULU, 1-1. I., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1890.
goat aboard during tho voyage
from Livorpool, ami ovory day in
tho weok, rain or shino, suow or
hail, littlo Glndys had to visit hor
pot. Whon her fathor was on tho
bridge navigating tho Bliip tho
littlo bit of a tot sho is not 3
yoars old - would insist -upon
making her daily call at tho goat's
pen, and .ono of tho big burly tars
would tako hor in his arms and
carry hor gingerly to whoro hor
precious chargo was housed.
Evorybody on board tho Bnbcock
makes a pot of Gladys and hor
ordors aro oboyod with far grontor
alacrity than those of hor fathor..
Captain Graham's wife has ac
companied him in three voyages
on tho Babcock. During all that
timo sho has boon taking lessons
in navigation, and now sho can
"box tlio compass" and "shoot tho
sun' almost ns well as tho best
navigator afloat. Her husband,
howover, insists that onco in a
while ho is wrong himself.
t During tho voyage to San Fran
cisco tho littlo girl's pot goat fared
badly. Tho stormy weathor
around tho Horn was too much
for it and whon San Francisco
was reached it lnul wasted away lo
a shadow. It was Bent ovor to
Berkeley to recuporato and during
its nbsenco a substitute had to bo
obtained, as tho child was incon
solable ovor tho loss df its pot.
TIIK MATH OF Till. IIAHCOCK.
Ilcnlcw Clinrscv of Cruelly mid Uluc
Tho Star of yesterday contained
an item to tho effect that tho two
sailors who woro arrested yester
day deserted from tho Babcock on
Z ,t X I
account of tho cruolty of tho mato.
Tho Advortisor of this morning
reiterates tho charges and in
stances tho caso of a man who
was confined to bunk from a rup
ture As is usual in such cases
and from such authority there is
no truth whatovor in .that stnto
monts mado by oithor of tho
A Bulletin roportor boarded
tho "W. F. Babcock this morning
and mado a personal investigation
into tho truth of tlio statements.
Captain Graham was found lying
in bed, Buffering from injuries to
his thigh received during n squall.
Ho is under ordors from his phy
sician, Dr. Horbort, to bo in bed
as muoh as possible until ho re
covered from a sovero lamonoss.
Ho gavo tho roportor his version
of affairs as follows:
When tho Babcock was roady to
sail from San Francisco n crow of
oightoon nioii was shipped for tho
voyago to Now York. Mon woro
scarco and holmd to tako what ho
could got or wait, os thoro woro
six othor' big ships in want of
mon nt tho samo timo. Whon tho
mon had recovered thoir sea logs
a couple of days out from port, ho
called thorn aft and gavo them a
talking to, tolling thorn he
did not want any trouble
and did not proposo to
havo any on tho voyago. Ho told
them it thoro was nny cause of
complaint about tho oflicors or
food thoy woro to como direct to
him and roport. At tho sniuo
timo ho cautioned tho oflicors
against striking or othorwiso
abusing thorn saying thal'nothingl
.-.C Mt. I,l.l nn !.. It
in. iiiv inun hub iu ucuur on mo
shin. Ho oyon went further and
told the oiHcors to overlook such
littlo indiscretions aq laziness or
shirking duty among tho mon nnd
trv nnd irot Itlmirr tmni-miliKr TTn
also gavo ordor to the steward to
food tho mon well and give thorn
plenty of everything. Captain
Graham says no complaints havo
ranched his oars hi'iiiv lciiviii(r San
jl rnticisco troin any wl tho men
OtlLMtiolled nlnnU Ilia ,,()!, .r.i-u
Captain Graham said his mato
was quifo an old man and was oc
casionally gruff nnd surly with
fho mon as all old sea dogs aro.
Ho said tho mato had been with
him a year nnd in all that timo ho
novor saw him striko n man or uso
nn oath. Tho second oflieor swore
liko a trooper when ho camo
aboard tho ship, but ho had been
forced to quit. Ho had boon re
primanded Bovoroly at sea for
swearing and sinco" boing in port
tlio captain had givon him to un
derstand onco for all it must bo
slopped. Thoro was no necessity
for it, and as his wifo and child
woro on board ho would not hnvo
"With regard to tho two deser
ters, tho captain said they woro
bad eggs. Ho had found out
sineo shipping them that they had
deserted from an English ship nt
San Frnncisco to ship on tho Bab
cock. Thoir nbsenco was reported
to him yestordny morning by tho
mato, and soon nftorwards a nativo
camo on board and told him thoy
woro on board his schooner. Ho
directed tho mato to go to tho
Police Station and got an ordor
for thoir arrest. Accompanied by
tho polico captain and another
policeman tho mato boarded tho
schooner and found tho two men
hid in tho forohold. Tlio mon
woro brought up nnd taken to tho
Polico Station whero thoy now
are, awaiting ordors from tho
"Tntho caso of tho man who was
ruptured, tho facts aro that tho
man camo to tho captain yester
day and told him ho had bcon
ruptured fourteon yoars ago nnd
tho truss ho was in tho habit of
wearing was broken. Ho wantod
permission to go to tho Swedish
consul to got uuothor. Captain
uruuain said Jio thought thoro
was money enough on board to
pay for a truss, told him to go to
his bunk nnd lie would examine
him. Hodid so and found tho man's
statements woro correct. Whon
ho wont up to soo Dr. Horbort
with regard lo his own injuries
ho told him about tho Swedo. Dr.
Horbort said all that was nocessary
was to got him n now truss nnd
that tho man could go lo any
drugstore and fit himself with ono.
Captain Grahnm was unable to
leave his bed this morning to at
tend to tho man himself
but ho eont him uptown
with his wifo with nn ordor on tho
drugstore for whatovor was neces
sary. So mu6h for that story.
Upon being asked if ho wished to
add anything more to his stato
mont, Captain Graham replied:
"You might oxtond a gonoral in
vitation m my nnmo to ovory edi
tor nnd roportor in tho city to
como aboard and investigate thoso
roports for thomsolves."
Tho roportor noxt interviewed
tho mato, Robert Trim, who de
nied positively tho statements of
cruolty mado by tho two desortors
and said ho had novor used an
oath sinco ho had boon on tho
ship. Mr. Trim said ho used
to drink and swear liko othor
mates, but sinco ho joined
tho Salvation Army ho liad
knocked off both. Ho said tho
mon woro woll troatod -and had no
cause of complaint. Tho second
mato was in tlio habit of swoar
ing at tho mon but thoy did not
seem toinind it. On tho contrary
ho was a'favorito with tho crow.
Tlin I'll lit nroil unilni- tvna ..
town with tho Captain's wifo at
tho timo of tho reporter's visit, so
inn siory couiu not Wi outnmcu.
Whon olectod President Lin
coln was 52, Grant 49, Hiwes 54,
Garfiold 49, Cleveland 48, Ilarri
Bon 55. Tho nges today of tho
most prominont candidates for tlio
Bopublican muninalion are: Mor
ton 71, Allison (10, Harrison (12,
Hood 5(1 anil MoKinloy 51.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH,
IMIOCKUIIIMflH 01' WKKKIV nr.V.T-
KntflUll .SjKCfiu ol' llcillliix mIUi
Cliolcrii OiTcr or I'ntlicr
President W. O. Smith called
the Board of Health to ordor at 3
p. m. yesterday, whon thoro woro
prosont with himsolf Drs. Emor
son, Day nnd Wood, and T. F.
Lansing and David Koliipio.mom-
oers; JJr. Wnyson nnd Dr. W. T.
Monsarrat, sanitary inspectors;
Chas. Wilcox, secretary; C. B.
lioynolds, executive oflieor, nnd
Father Conrardy, visitor.
After the approvnl of tho min
utes, tho President read extracts
from a lottor recoivnil nt dm i,'-
oign Ofhco, m answer to nn in
quiry uioreirom.sliowing tho prac
tice in EtiLdniid mul Wi,na ;..
;pnlg with visitations of cholora.
j no leuor niui enclosed regula
tions in that regard. Thoy show
ed that tho period of incubation
was thoro placed at two to five
days. Also, that quarantino was
not declared in n port whero cho
lera camo, for ono reason bocauso
it engendered a souse of falso so
curity. Tho President remarked
that groat importance seoinod to bo
attnehod in the regulations to tho
bilge water of ships.
Dr. Mousarrat's roports on
slaughter houso business and in
spections under tho mitigation net
woro road. Thoy woro pretty
much ns UBiial.
Mr. Koliipio'B roport as inspec
tor of tho Honolulu market wns
' Tho president road n petition
from n largo number of pcoplo,
asking that tho snlo of fish might
bo permitted on both sides of
Mnunakea street, bolow Kintr
Mr. Lansing thought tho peti
tion should bo referred to tho
Minister of tho Inforior, as it was
tantamount to a request to estab
lish n nowmnrkot. Hodid not
seo thnt it was in tho provinco of
tllO Board to Start n. nnw nmrlrnf
Tlio president did not seo tho
point in that way. It was only n
request for permission to soil fish
olsowhoro than at tho public mar
kot. In answer to quostions ho
said that tho prohibition of tho
salo of fish outside of tho market
did not begin with tho cholora epi
demic. About two years ngo
Chinoso begnn topeddlofishnbout
town, nnd woro stopped by tho
Bonrd of -Health. There wns a
row about thirty yoars ago, when
Dr. Hutchinson was Minister of
the Interior, ovor tho samo subjoct.
Dr. Wood said tho business of
tho Board was to protect the
publio health, and in tho matter
of food thoy had nothing to do
with establishing places of salo.
It was their duty to boo that places
of salo wore kopt clean and in
good Banitarv condition. If any
body started a now market any
wlioro.' witli irmrliln fnlili.a mul
drainago liko tho public market,
ami Koop it cioan, tnoy sliould
fjriuit permission for tho salo of
fish or othor food there.
Mr. Koliipio being asked said
the quantity of fish being brought
in was increasing sinco tho now
market was oponed.
On motion tho prayor of tho
potition was refused.
Tho following lottor from
Fathor Cmirardy was road:
Honolulu, Fob. 3rd, 1890.
W. O. Smith, Esq.,
President Board of Health.
Honorablo Sir: In writing to
you my iutontion is not to dis
cuss about tho past but to proposo
to you os Prosidont of tho Board
of Health ono thing in tho interest
of the lopors not living in tho
homes on Molokoi.
Baldwin's homo has now six
white porsoiiB, four Brothers and
two layinon, to cure for about 120
loporsi (niiilos). Bishop's homo
live Sistors for about the samo
nuinbor of fonmhw. Outsido tho
homo, thorn is botwium 800 and
PRICE 5 CENTO.
850 lopors and no whifo person to
caro for thorn whon sick.
I havo n number of times boon
witness of the miserable condition
of lopcrB being left to themselves
without hardly any one to assist
them. I tnko tho liberty to offer
niyBolf to tho Bonrd to visit nnd
nurso thorn in thoir sickness, to
watch them nndnlfond o them; in
n word, to do all a man ran do to
miiliu sick people comfortable. My
intention is to do it gratuitously
without roinuncwilioii. Having
beon about oight yearn on Molokni.
I know and youihelf known that
thorn is good to bo dono to tlu
opera living otithidn tin- homes. 1
know nho flint the lepers without
distinction of creed or no creed
would welcome mo to minister to
tllOIII 11) a lllirsn i-nnnmfv i.u n;i-
If tho Board wishes it, 1 will
put mysolf under tho resident
physician, or bo left alone to do
what would bo in my power, in u
Please give- me bi'x months trial,
and then tho work will speak for
Hoping, Honorable Sir, that
yoursolf and tho other members
of tho Board of Health will tuko
this matter in consideration, I re
main, Mr. Prosidont,
L. L. CoNitAiiny.
President Smith said ho had
promised to bring tho lottor be
fore tho Board, but had told Fa
ther Conrardy that ho could not
recommend accoptnnco of his offer.
It was true thero woro many un
fortunate peoplo outside of tho
Homos at tho Sottlement, who
might havo more attention than
thoy do. Yet the conditions thoro
hnd beon greatly improved, and
this wiib ono reason, in his opi
nion, why a hotter fooling among
the Hnwaiinns regarding segrega
tion was now apparent. Yester
day tho steamer Lohua arrived
with thirty-six lopors, which com
prised nil known to bo nfllictcd
oxcopfing threo on tho island of
Hnwaii. Another reason was tho
consistency of tho present admin
istration with regard to segrega
tion. Still, with all tho improved
conditions nt tho Settlement, it
might yet bo feasiblo to do moro
for tho lopors outside of tho
Homos. Fathor Conrardy's rela
tions with the Board had been
such, however, that ho could not
recommond Bonding him back to
tho Sottlcmont. Ho asked the
reverend gontleinnn if ho hnd
anything to say besides what was
in his letter.
Father Conrardy roso and said
ho had nothing further to say.
Tho president then asked tho
Fathor to rotiro whilo tho Board
was considering his application.
Mr. LnuBing Bpoko of tho coni-
SlaintB thnt hnd como from tho
ottlomont nbout Fnthor Con
rardy's interference whon ho wns
Drs. Emorson nnd Wood relat
ed Instances of such iutorforonco. .
Dr. Wood said ho had beon
blamed for dissuading tho boys
from taking Dr. Goto'B medicated
baths when oxporimonts woro bo
ing mado therewith.
It was unanimously decided to
rojoct tlio application.
Snnorinffttidnnt. Tt. AV rnvni.'o
y roport was road, but con
tained nothing of much public
importance JIo had givon advico
regarding tho distribution among
tho 'lopors of tho circus bouefit
Ho told of pineapplos rocoived
at tho Settlement, tho tops of
which rolled away whilo tho fruit
was rinenintf.owinc'.iiR lm (lmmvlif
to being treated with poison for
jiiuvuiiMiig iiiom irom growing.
A portion of tho top of the fruit
was spoiled and tho prnotico
might bo dangerous lo tho publio
Mr. Mover also nnnmlniiind nf
tho landing of lopors nt night, .
miui wuy nun mi ivuij wunoui mm
notico having boon sent in nd
vanco. This was a surprise to
inn -iJimiii, art mien a iiraciico UOU .
hitherto boon unknown. It wiib
agreed lo havo tho mattor rem
edied. A lottor from Prinoipal Soottor,'
tho High school was road, stating
that pupils in tho primary do
parlmont of tho Fort'HtrQQt.Kaloqt,
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