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HONOLULU. TRItHITORY OP HAWAII. SATURDAY MAY 10, 1002
Piuok 5 Oknts.
May 16 -
. Have Half Holiday
CALLS ON PLAYERS TO
TURN OUT REGULARLY
Officers For Ensuing Year Ohosen At
Annual Meeting at Hawaiian
I Hotel Last Even
Thu annual meeting of thg Honolulu
,,-...,.. Aau. it iiutiin was held nt It
u clock lasi nignt in tho Hawaiian Ho
Hi, Judge W. 1- Stanley presiding.
Mr. Btnnley reported lor tho board
of management, the tenor ot his report
Ulng that he hoped the league would
Jo betlcr-Jn the present season than
It had In tho past. Hev. V. 11. Kltcat,
who had been appointed to attend to
II e Installation of a memorial wludow
fcr Tho lato Jtev. Mr. Lane, reported
11 at this matter hau been attended to
and that the window was now In place.
Ho begged that fuo committee be dis
charged, which was done.
It was decided that a committee bo
appointed lo drart letteis of condolence
if tho relatives of two cricketers who
idd been called from tho ranks by
cie-uth during the last few weeks, name
ly, Frank Auerbach, who at one time
vts captain of the league, and A. M.
Hewitt, who at one time was one of
Us staunchest supporters: Tho fol
lowing committee was appointed by
flio president: II L. Herbert, II. A.
Jordan and A ."I. Miles. Vlggo Ja
cobsen offered to engross tho mes
Hiites. HTs oer was accepted and a
oto of thanks tendered him.
The president next called for the
captain's report, Captain II A. Jordan
responding as follows
I "I think the captains annual rriiuii i u wag uccUC(i (o conrcr xvltli them
?nay he taken as read, as It Is so slral-U;)on (he mattcr. The erection of a
' lar to previous cars, nnd Is well ,ew ,era of Fcnt8 for ti,e gpectntors
known to all the active members of,va( a80 tn(cn under ndWsemcnt and
tin club; but tonight I think I should , f0n0nlng committee appointed by
Ei.cnlt on a more Important subject. It j ,hc cnar to j,,,, nt0 the matter: D.
is the ad Ice I would offer to members, , j- nenrdmoro, Mr. Herbert, C. P.
rid what I think should be done to lm- ( jorac
pioo all sports. I think that In a( votes of thanks were tendered on
country of perpetual sunshine It Is j1..jfc;, 0f the leaguo to Mr. Soper, Mr.
shame that a half holiday oery woofcj,nlie( tho ProBS nmi tho retrng ofTI
I not tho universal rule. For this lax- C(,g ana tne election of now members
nesa In such matters, which aro of tuken up. Tho following new mem
tal Importance to the young men and t,rg were elected last night Henry
women In the stores, I first blamo the J c,ans, J. II. Farraclay. David Olass, C.
clergy and church goers, for if thcyinn ,jcr 6e and Harry Walton
vduld only speak out on this subject i These were th" only ones who had
there would bo no dlR leulty In sc-cur- tplr applications on file, but It is hit
Ing Saturday afternoon for oil; pleas- ,ratl (nat applications will soon be on
ure would then be on Saturday and .ind from n number of local athletes
cot on Sunday. among whom arc Chnrles Dote, Allan
"Second. I blame the merchants and i)Unlli A cunha. Duke McNIcholl,
others wllo In some Instance compel ( rrcd. Young, D. H. Wright nnd others,
aid In other Instance allow work toj . , ,
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Le dono behind closed doors on Satur-j
Cays and Sundays. It should do a ruio
'except on foreign steamer days', that
the merchant should lock bis offices
fuim Saturday midday till Monday
morning It would centually bo to
j "In Austinlla, they make It a law
tn5T a half day of each week shall bo
n holiday, nnd It Is well carried out,
On my visit to Brisbane, a city of som
140,000 Inhabitants Saturday at 12
o'clock saw closed cery business
hruso In tho city,
"Next I would n'sk that If a man
tfio agrees to play cannot pOBJlbly do
so, from reasons he would accept from
Studio always open
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel
Entrance on Union.
a fellow cricketer, that at least In a
dly where telephones are so plenti
ful, he should tell hra captain not la
ter tnan Friday attcrnoon and remem
ber that whero he docs not keep hi
appointment It may mean that twenty
inc others may be disappointed, with
plenty of abuse heaped on the captain
"Wo cricketers aro a small commu
nit), and we cannot afford to loso ono
of our members, and I ask that this
H.'iison should bo ono of joint action
to mako it the most successful year in
the annals ot cricket In Hawaii.
"I bcllovc It was a mistake appoint
ing a man ot my ago to be captain. 1
can only say I havo dono my best In
thi Interests ot our national gamo and
I will glvo loyal support to tho future
officers of tho club.
"t would further ask that the new
secretary be Instructed to collect tho
monthly dues with regularity, for nft
ff all wo who pay llko to get our mon
ty'a worth and nothing will give better
mlurns than healthy sport."
Tho following officers were then
elected: Prcoldcnt, V. F. L. Stanley;
v'co president, II. L. Herbert! secro
ttty and treasurer, A. 1. Miles; cap
tain, Tlobert Anderson; vice captain,
C. P. Morse; cexcutive officers, D. F.
Itfardmore, II. A. Jordan and Mr. Mr
GUI. Mr. Herbert reported that he had
ben appointed to confer with tho
luteball league on the matter of the
cricketers obtaining the use of the
Mpklkl grounds for practice one even
in, of each week. He had met the
directors of tho league and It had been
arranged that the cricketers should
Ixi carter have the Maklki grounds or
eij Thursday nftfernoon.
It waB decided to reduce the Initio
Ton fee from Jo to J2.50. This was
done In order to Induco members to
join the club as It Is hoped that an
illusion of now blood Into the club
will hae a very beneficial effect upon
Tne matter of the erection of a club
house upon the grounds was next tak
en up. It had been found to be very
much trouble in previous seasons to
mvo to carry mats and other crlckot
traps from one 'of the neighboring
houses and it was proposed to seek
1 emission to erect upon tho grounds
a tmall building In which these could
bo stored. It was thought that the
l.atcball and the football leagues
r-..ght llko to Join In'tho scheme, and
THE RBVIGWING STAND.
Acting Goernor Cooper, attended
by I'rhnte Secretary Hawes and Sec
icltry Kate Kcllcy, this morning per
fumally Inspected the reWewlug stand
for the coinpctltive'drlll. Eery sent
It labeled for Its United guest. The
rtar wail Invldo Is profusely draped
with banners, while the entire front Is
fluttering with smaller types of bunt
ing WHY IS IT SO'.'-
Editor ncnlng Bulletin: It appears
to the dally onlooker, that the moio
of the Mrs. Nation stamp of fanatical
saloon smashers that nirvo here n
order to wipe out tho saloon business,
tho more the saloons spring up In about
every nmutcr of stuld Honolulu. Will
tho good Paison Klncald arlso and ex
plain to the dear reoplo, why It Is thus'
'A LITTLB WHISKY."
I'rofessnr Alexander hns received a
copy of a report by an official of tho
Crnst und Oeodctlo Survoy of tlio Unit
cd States, which conta'ns n curious
bit of advice to the field staff. It Is
that if tbey find tho water any w hero
brackish or otherwise tainted, to put
a little whisky In It.
The Lanlnhlahl Club will give n mas
querade dance nt San Antonio Hall
Vlnraid street, this evening .
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Honolulu, May 9, 1902.
The Evening Bulletin. Gentlemen: At the last meeting it tho Honolulu Baseball League, I was Instructed to con
vey to you the thanks of the League for the able repdrts In your paper of the baseball games and tho general
courtesy extended by you through your paper to the baseball fraternity In honotulu.
Secretary Honotulu Baseball League.
The Honolulu Baseball Leaguo held
a very Important meeting last night
nl which the two burning questions,
namely that of tho umpires and that
of the managership, were finally defi
nitely decided and a voto of thanks
t- mitred to the IJtilletln In the form
already given above.
It was decided to glvp up tho old
svstom of umpires which was decided
II pot, nt one of tho first meetings of
the league and by which each club fur
iilrhcd ono umpire. In the future all
g-imcs will be umpired by one and tho
same umpire, who will be paid a con
sideration of $3 a game, or $0 each
Saturday, from tho league treasury.
Lieutenant Newton was elected by tho
k-ngue to fill this position.
It was decided to have a regular
manager appointed to look after tho
grounds and to see that everything Is
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Among the callers nt the Deputy
Phfrllt's officii this morning was Ml
nenn Naklta, one of the Kamehamcna
girls. Her business was to swear out
s winranl for tho arrest of Tom Kahl
ua on the charge of assault with a
It will be lemembercd that while
the boj s of the Kamehamehn School
were down the ioad at Makua a slfort
t:me ngo. thoy were visited by tho
ynung Indies In charge of the teachers j
or the Institution The students all
had a cry good time nnd some of the
willlie mpn ftprn nnrtlpnlnttv znnlntl
In the matter of entertaining the J oung
u,"e8- , ,
One of these oung men was Tom
Natilwa, who was the proud possessor
of n Hhntgun. He nnd a number ol
Voting ludlcs went a short dlstnnco
n'iny from the camp and Tom declar
er', that he would teach the joung In
dus how- to shoot. He aimed hli gun
at one of the tentH and pulled tho
trigger. Thuro was Immediately n
I Miilnliui scream from the tent nnd nil
hands rlahcd to see what had happen-
d They they found Miss Naklla on
tho grounds In the tent, her legs filled
with shot. The joung man had sup-
pi red tne lent wns empty, sne wnBi
nrrled to the train In a stretcher and
iLlurncd home to the school.
MIks Naklla has been quite a long
nine getting oor her accident, but directors being elected nnnuall by
sho Is all right again now and Is oiitjtLe stockholders nnd then electing of
nficr the scalp of tho young man who Ulcers from among thonmehe.
I hot nt tho tent. Tho enso will prob
suly como up for trial In the Police
Court Monday morning.
S S. Dickenson of the Mackay Cn
lilo Company Ib out In tho direction of
Knku Head with Survejor General
Wall today, the puipose being to ex- "nry ""u treasurer states that moro
amino more possible cable landing' "" three fourth b of tho shares, or
s'les Thu trln vestenlav was snent nn thecrnf, havo been subscribed for
out In the direction of Diamond Head, rm- "'it moro,thnn 1C per cent of tho
w.icre the ngent for tho cable compa.irrrl"l "as been paid in and that tho
ny met with tho difficulty of tho coral n-.iues of tho subscribers aio K. O.
leefs thnt sunoiind this Island In an
almost continuous line.
Ono of tho Bites examined yestorday
Is on tho far Bldo of Diamond Head
mil M,n nlhnr nno U nlnni? Ihn Wnlklkl
leach near Sans Soucl. Tho coral
iimplalnt Ib equally as bad at each
one of theBo places nnd It will bo nee-
trsary to choso some placo whero
tnero Is a channel through tho rural
so that tho cable will not bo Biibjucted
in the wearing effect of tho sharp cor -
Wnlalnoand the shores In tho vlcln -
Ity of Koko Hend are being examined
today nnd Inter on trips will be taken
o other places.
It W Irwin, Hawaiian Minister to
Japan for many cars prior to annexa
tion, went through to San Francisco
In tho steamer Coptic. Commissioner
Wiay Taylor hnd a fdmt with him,
nnuing mm genmi onu sprignuy ns 01
yore. ir. irwin ib n uruiuer 111 cue iiiiu
Rear Admiral Irwin nnd the brothers
mot each other In Honolulu In tho later
d.iys of King Knlakaua.
EVENING BULLETIN'S HELP
In proper order for the games. For
tliifc, tho manager will bo paid a sum
of $10 each day of tho games Out ot
thlh sum ho will, however, havo to pay
me expenses for carting, marking and
other such expenses. The league
elected James A. Thompson to nil this
It was also decided that at ac early
date the captains of all the clubs par
tlilpatlng In tho league games rhall
Meet with the umpire to study the
r.iles. This Is done In order to pre
Vint any possible disputes over tho
umpire's rulings on the field Tho
t'ato for this meeting will be set at
the meeting of the league Thursday
President at esterday's meeting
wore tho following: Chas. Chitting-
wrrth, prc.Jent; Lorrln Andrews, soc-
irtnry; George Lucas, representing
tho MaitcTllmas; Lieut. Newton, for
the Artmery team, T Treadway, for
To Develop the McCully
Tract and Other
E. OSCAR WHITE
PRESIDENT FIRST YEAR
Capital Is $80,000, With Privilege Of
Increase to $300,000--The Charter
i tOnUluS 1116 Missionary
Articles of association of the Mr
Cully Land Company. Limited, have
Lcen filed with the Territorial Treas
urer and npproed by the Attorney
Cir.ernl The term Is for fifty yean
nil' 11 1 capital stock blinll be tSO.OOO
dlldvd Into $100 shares, with the priv
ilege of Increasing the stock to not
n.ore than $300,000. Number and des
Irnatlon of officers nro shown In the
. fcllo'wlng list for tho first year, flv
11 O White, president;
Frank Hustnce, Uce president;
J. Forbes, treasurer;
William V Hauls, secretary,
Clarence It. Cooke, auditor; who,
wi... tho exception of Clnrenco II.
Ccoko nnd with the addition of C, II
tli'mdn, Blinll conutltiitn the bon.'d ol
' An affidavit of tho president, secrn-
' - - J- nmcnins, w j. I oroes
Ic- 0man, Frank Hustacc, C. M.
Cocltn (Limited), Mrs McCully Hlg
ns- A- N- Campbell, Henry Water
''"'"O & Co., O. N. WIlcOX, A. 8. Wll
ox' '' DHllnghBtn. W W.Harris
r A Schaefer. P C Jones. J. D.
At Prton nn'' Jntc TdcKce.
"T1' Purposes for which this cor
r ration Is organized," tho urtlcles sot
fcrt. "nro to negotiate for and, If
, rf aonalilo terms can bo obtained, to
i urchaso and acqulro that corlalu
,'1101 f ,nn'' slt"',l on K1S "'root
''ar Walklhl road, In snld Honolulu,
mown as inn .viruiiuy trnci, ami moro
lartlcularly described In that cortaln
ncitgago inado tho firct day ot July,
l'JOO, by tho' Walklkl Land U Loan As
nidation, Limited, mortgagor, to Mrs
Hllen McCully Hlgglns, which snld
nortgago is rcrordod In liber 221, on
I pa?f, 53 et seq , recordi of tho off Ice
()f tl0 iloBstrnr of Conveyances In
mid Honolulu, to purchase nnd ac
1"'ro ot,,or sl"'rllles. Indebtedness
cnoses in action, nnu sucn mvcsi
'he Knmchamchas, nnd S. W. Ciooli
for the Honolulus.
This afternoon two league games
will be played In Punahou, beginning
a 1 30 o'clock. The first game will
l,e between the Honolulus nnd the Pu-t-iihous
and the second between thu
.Malle-Illniax nnd the Artlllvr)
The Honolulu's llne'up will be ns
fc'lows. A. Cunha c, J Williams, p;
S. Leslie, lb; A Lewis, 2b, ll Joy,
3b Tom Price, ss, P. (llcason, rf;
John A)lctt, tf; J Hansman, If, sub
tititutc. A. Williams.
The Malles' llnc-up Is as follows
(!eo Clark, p; Fred. Kalll p; I) Davis,
lb; Mana, 2b; C Akau, 3b: C Jones,
h; II. Williams, rf; C. Tnjlor, cf;
The Artillery team will he picked
finm the following men- Pllney. To
bin, rals. Drown. Llotit. Uchr.
O l.eary. Smith. High. Ilennett. I)up
bill, Morgan nnd Delislc.
SENTENCFD TO PRISON
1 FOR SIX MONTHS
Case of Found Too Late that Man
Betrays on Trial Wunden-
Charles Malalal, who was acquitted
on two similar Indictments last term
war found guilty yeflterday by a Jurj)li'R. has n capacity of 2.700,000 gal-
of the crlmo of corrupting a joung girl
The reprobate Is 79 ears of agn.
which arfected his sentence by Judge
HoLlnson to Imprisonment at hard la
I or for six months
Manuel Knos Cabral Ih ou trial to-
in. for fornication Ho Is represent
i il by Itussell & Watson. The con?
piLlnlng witness Ib a fine looking ror
tufuese girl, who testifies In good
t?ugll8h with a self-possession that
might be i ruled on tho stage. In tho
ccmplnlnt tho defendant Is lepresent
.d as having promised mairiage to
the girl Their tr sting place was bo
neath a religious reading room In Kl
Mngnon & Dillon for plaintiff hava
filed a Jolndor on demurrer In the
ejectment case of F Wundcnberg
tiustce, vs George ,Turkham nnd J
mi nta as may be convenient or neces
Kir) In cnrr)lng out the purposes of
t,ils corporation; to acquire, lease,
mortgage, Bell, convey or otherwise
o'-iil In or dispose of real estate, wa
ter rights und pilvllcgcs or any Inter
est therein; to acquire construct,
maintain, opernto nnd uso bucIi water
wirkB nnd all nppurtcnunces Incident
tn thu same for such purposes as may
bo convenient or necessnry to the In
tciiHts ot tho corporation, Including
irt suppl)lug of water to others for
hire, to engage In agricultural, maim
f.ictiirlng nnd mercantile pursuits; to
ncnulio, coustiuct. maintain, opernto
am! use such mills, manufactories.
reads, rulliouds, buildings and struct
Hies as may roui tlmo to time ba nee-
orsary for thu conduct of its business;
buy, sell and deal In goods, wares
nil merchandise, chattel interests
chosca In nctlon, stock Iu other corpor
ations, und nil ntlTcr personal proper
ly whatsoever, and to transact all bus
Ir.csa and do any act or thing which
r n) bo useful, necessary or convenient
In earning out or poi'ornilng the pur
I ones for which this corporation la
In another section tho company
tulies tho privilege to acquire, hold and
(leal Iu "less thnn a majority of tho
si, ares nnd bonds of any other corpor
ation or corporations whenovor neces
sary or convenient to Its business,"
Tho "missionary clnuso" Is also In
serted, this: "It may contribute to
nnrd or maintain such social, benovo
lent or religious Institutions ns tho ill-
icitors mny deem iibciiii and beneficial
'o tho corpbratlon,"
THEY DIDN'T $1
There was excitement In the police
strtlon yard at about 7 o clock yester
day morning Just after tho prisoners
fcr tho night had been allowed to van-'
del forth from their cells. Among
hteso wcro two sailors from the Paul
leenberg who hnd been arrested by
Cnntaln Harry Flint for desertion.
They were Fred. Schaum and Hermann i
Strenmel The latter was the more1
aggressive of the two
Incse sailors had been the first
men allowed to go forth from their,
cells and Turnkey Kuplhe was In UNWIND ND WAVE WAR
oificr corridor letting out the other
trlsoners when Strenmel made a dash WITH WIND'JAMMER
for liberty He clambered up on tho
iron roof of the shed In the police stn-
lien jard like a crltablc monkey. Ku-1 Shipper's Story of StOim Caught
plbc saw the man make a break for . .. ,
the shed roof and gaM. chase. Ho was '" WDICI1 Of China Sea- In
n little too laV; Tlie sailor caught tho Uldst Of Mad
top of the wall and swung hlmscir oer ,
without the least trouble. )
The alarm was given nnd officers j
inn around on (Juei n street to Inter-1
rept the .scaping man. They found Tall and beautiful and proud, un
. , .. . !... ,-,.itn the nther banned by the fury of relentless
him In the lost Just CPP1 , wonderful In her strength and
tide of the station wall and Albert cfu, lnM ,ne great stec, fQur.
Kane soon had him safe. He was rc-i, ttlnuJamm(,r DrlR0 Ucg at an.
ti.rnid to the police station and later chor )n Honolulu harbor after such a
on he and his partner were taken to I ojnge as Is seldom equalled, after ex
ihe Paul Isenberg as It was the Intcn-j perlrnccs with the elements such as aro
ion of the captain of that vessel to seldom survived by the staunchest cs-
There Is no question about the wis-I
on the part of the men to remain In
Honolulu. The Paul Isenberg had
reached the llgbtliuU.Be on her way out
nf the rhnnnel nnd was steadily In-
leasing her speed when over the sldo1
went Strenmel nnd Schmaiim The
v.imI could not stop and the men j
vi smi cu.uii uui t Tlh i.i 4
were toon safe on tho llgTithouse IM-T
nl"' . , . ., i
Tim Isenberg Is short nt least three I
men. for there Is another besides tho
iwn Who Jumped overboard that tho
riolko did not succeed In locating.
When tho latter were taken to the
lollce station. Captnln Flint told Stren-I
mel that he would allow him to go
, ,. , ,..,, ,, , . I
luo If ho would toll him the where-
nliouts or the other man. The sailor i
vnlked down Into the police station!
yard after having answered the water-1
fr"nt police cnptaln. "I'll be dnmned
K ,;0," 1
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llRFAT IRRIGATION WflRK
The Wablawa water ditch was to bo'
oi.cncd nt noon today. It la four miles'
Ions per hour and one third of tho
' , ., , I
water will go to Irrigate 1340 acres o f
.'.nhlana lauds. Tho remainder will
be carried to tho lands of tho Walalua
Agricultural Co, whose ditch Is under
construction. Agricultural Commls
sioncr Taylor has In his museum pho-
tcgiaphs of the great conduit, ono of '
ul.ieh ,!, n, ,., r .), ni
It It It 11 f l.inn atniiillnM Ih U
with two men standing In It.
Thero was to ho no ceremon) nbout
the opening, Just the water being let
run upon Its future perpetual career
of blessing to tho soil. It wns ex-
peeled that there would bo a goodly '
ti.ina.it of members of tho Wahlawa
fanning colony. Thomas J. King, who
l Intciested In the Wahlawa company,
move to the scene by the public high-
v ny this forenoon.
Oenernl Secretary Drown of tho V.,l,nd mnu0 Cane
M. C. A will speak briefly on "A W.hlle o(t 'J1" '
.. ,, , , ' , .' . schooner, which I
Vm.HK Man's Spare Time" at tho reg-', .... ,,.,. ,.. .
ulnr men's meeting In tho Association
Lull Sunday afternoon. A number of
Ji-uiig men will follow hftn. All )oung
men nro Invited to be prcsont nnd Join
in the discussion.
Dr. Uurgess will'11"1'
king a solo.
IDEAL KID OXFORDS, walking shoe,
extension sole military heel, prlco
LADIES' OXFORDS, mako of K. P.
Illed & Co , extension solo, military
heel, latest uptoilalo Htyle, a bar
Dauntless Dingo Deiayed
Daring Dangers of
The Dlrlgo, Captain Goodwin, arriv
ed In th charbor jesterday afternoon,
104 da s from Hongkong, She went to
Hllo first, arriving there on Saturday
last. For a whole day the big ship flew
signals for a tug, but no tug came. It
was late Saturday when she at last
matic pore one was cnaricreci to loau
8" at Hllo. but she received orders
at the Crekccnt City to proceed to Ho-
When the Dlrlgo came Into this port
JC8tm,ay ani, CaptBn Goodwin camo
g10r(, nnu ag nforDied of his vessel
having been placed on the overdue list
In San Fianclsco nnd of ten per cent
reinsurance being quoted on her. ho
drugged bis broad shoulders Impa-
tW"i ll1 look ot ul'Rusl "
over his countenance .
1Jw fo(jIa .. ho tM whal do ,hey
cxpctt a veBBel (o )n (hc Cntna gea
at this time of the cor with n tncin-
soon ripping the very blue'out o
heavens and turning the ocean over for
an airing. Hnrm come to the Dlrlgo?
Wh) look at her. Is there an) thing
wrong with her Is there a yard gono
rn bolt loosenm U there Is, you can't
She came through It like tho queen that
she Is. There Isn't a finer or a mora
spaworthy vessel afloat . .
, Bn. i ounl l0 "aJc un aooaru
"" ""- . """ "'" """ "' ' , , "'"
face of a sp ting northeaster, picking
, lwh Q'f ie w,n(, Qk - ,(jw
,t- That was tho time. She would
take a sen over her head like n man
diving through a comber anil shako
the water out over her decks like an
elephant taking a bath, while her sticks
mblcd and her yards shook like tho
llml's of a man with the palsy. And
'ct she never hurt herself."
Cnptaln Goodman has written the fol-
lowing account of his trip, being In tho
habit of keeping a very detailed log:
"We sailed from Hongkong January
23d last, the ship drawing 11-10 n. K.
Tlie m"1 n,Kht out wc took " trnh
R'o rrom Ni: by 13 v,l.Ich lasted three.
Uityn, llllllllb niiiiu nunc .ric .iiuhi
when we could carry reefed t'gallant
'The third day out we were 300 miles
south and 100 miles cast of Hongkong;
the wind favored us and we stood In
saw a four-masted
again sighted twen
ty-five da) s later off the south capo ot
Kosv-nnsn. We worked up the coast of
Luzon, and nearly out to tho Ilashce
Island, where we got an 1CNK gale; and
up over to Iirntas
(Continued on pago 8.)
Shoe Co., Ltd.
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