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at Ten O'clock Yesterday Evening-
on Board Without Passes
Gould Not Be Secured.
reports that from Dec 10 to Dec 15 '
she was in the midst of a typhoon J
and had her boats, cabins and hos
pltal quarters badly damaged.
ship Florence 51 dflVs out
from Tacoma, arrTed off port yes
terday morning. Sho experienced
some very bad weather during her
j run. Captain Splcer made a special
effort to make port for New Year's
day much to the delight of his men.
The bark Mohican arrived at San
Francisco from Honolulu on Dec. 24
after a trip lasting 21 days.
The bark Mauna Ala arrived at San
Francisco Dec. 23, nineteen days from
Honolulu, with a cargo of salt. This
Is the second or third cargo of this
character brought by the Mauna Ala
as ballast from the islands In place
of sugar. Saltmaklng has recently
become one of the important industries
In the neighborhood of Honolulu.
The steamer Hyades began loading
at San .Francisco Dec. 26 for Hawaiian
ports. The Hyades Is a big carrier
and will remain In the Island
trade for several months at least.
The steamer Is 15 take sugar to Oakland
for transhipment direct by rail
lo the Eastern refineries.
According to the San Francisco
'"Guide," twenty-one French sailing
vessels are now on their way to San
Francisco in ballast to load wheat for
Europe. Owing to the bounty granted
by the Grench government to all
vessels Hying the French flag, vessels
of that nationality are enabled
to make the long voyage from home
to the Pacific coast after a cargo, and
with ordinary rates for freight can
make a good profit. Ships of no other
flag can profitably carry ballast half
around the world, and this fact explains
the recent rapid Increase of
" ,Erc,nch in Pacific coast
A WOMAN "RUNNER.1
Well Known Character Engages in
Sailor's Boarding Business.
j4 new .character'. made its appearance
along Uip waterfront yesterdav
In the form ofi woman dressed in a
neat sailor's uniform. She Is the first
female runner ever seen on the
wharves of Honolulu, and
In tho. boarding house line.
She has a small buss, in which she
takes the sailors and their baggage
over to her house on Kukul street.
She did a rushing business yesterday
and on one rip took eight jackies,
with as many trunks and sailor bags.
She created considerable Interest and
amusement along the front all day,
and bids fair to be a source of much
fun In the future.
Arrivals at Honolulu.
O. S. S. Sonoma. Van Oterendorp,
from San 'Francisco at 9 a. m.
Am. ship Florence. Splcei 21 days
Departures from Honolulu.
O. S. S. Sonoma, Van Oterendorp,
for the Colonies.
Passengers Who Arrived.
Per S. S. Sonoma, from San Francisco
to the Colonies:
Miss M. Williamson. Mrs. H. G. to
Tripp. Miss L. M. D'Oyly, Mrs. T. E.
Fellows, Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
A. A. Wilcox, E. A.
Miss E. F. Sheppard, Captain
E. T. Miles, E. Uefft Miss F. Silver,
Miss K. Labbitt, A. C. Reid, T. R.
Bullough, Mr. and Mrs. A. C Guram.
Rev. Jas. Mahoney, Mr. and Mrs. G. S.
McLiesle and two children; P. P.
Bom. R. a Lucas. A. G. Baefles, Major
R. I. Leckie. T. K. Bradley.
B. Dalley. G. M. Cowocousses, er
C. ( Garrison, C Lymoas. Miss A. O.
Lund. P. H. Scholberg F- Davis, MIss
Lotty, H. Vicaress, Mr. and Mrs. Alberts
tMajorey, Mr. Locke, Mr. and
Mrs. Meeokely and child, Mrs. Rlvere,
D. Hastings O. Smith. LE. Traapter,
A. Cristnon. Jas, Marphy A. Hevola,
TO ARRIVE. be
At Honolulu from San Francisco or
Sonom ". Janaary I
Coptic Jaanary 4
America Maru Jaawtry 11
Alameda Jaaaary 11
Aoraagi . Jaasary IS
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY :, 190
OCEANIC STEAMER SONOMA
ARRIVES FROM SAN FRANCISCO
rings & Large hunmher of Passengers
Sailed lor iiie Colon ies
The Ocoaalfc steamer Sonoma,
Van Otoreodorp, arrived from
Saa Francisco early yesterday morning,
after one of the roughest voyages
ever experienced by her officers.
She had a larE passenger list both
for this port and the Colonies.
As was the case with the Ventura
on Tuesday night, the steamship people
peremptorily refused to allow
anybody from shore to go aboard the
veceol. oxcopt the passengors from
The Sonoma sailed for the Colonies
at 10 o'clock yoeterday evening. She
brought the following passongers for
J. D. Mlnshle, Mrs. Mlnshle, and
child. Mrs. Cooke. A. G. Holt, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Higunberg. A. Hoy, P. Hoffman,
M. A. Charles. W. H. Holling.
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Brooks, Miss F.
M. Praydon. J. Drake. Miss M. Smith,
Miws H. Smith, C. C. Elklns, P. M.
Uawlale. 0, W. SAwnrd. J. L. Tobert,
It. S. James, L T. Grant, A. McFinc,
a D.- "Warren. S. A. Tenney. A. Carro,
Mr. and Mrs. II. McArthur, Mr. and
Mrs. Ogden H. Fethers. Mrs. A. Haywood.
F. Olwer, W. Bridgland, H. Seaward.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Spring, Z.
Ulackller. II. Fieldgrove. Mrs. Field-.
grove. J. Smith, G. P. Smith. Mrs. M.
Smith. J. Udell. It. Campbell, A. Flood,
j tan WeL O. E. Brown. L
D. Mannhardt. Plogrift, Miss
A. Smith, Mrs. Turner. J. R. Clark,
Mtas N. Wallace, J. Turner. R. Smith.
11. Lak. A. Durnough, T. Magakuml.
J. O. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. S. Le
HAD 2,400 TONS OF COAL ABOARD
Saved From Total Destruction by
the Government Tug Markham.
Pumped Full of Water and
' Grounded on'Mlssion Flats.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 23.
Jammed aground on Mission flats,
with two tugs pumping her hold full
of water to quonrh a stubborn fire in
the coal that forms her cargo, the
' ship C. S. Sargent ended
a disastrous voyage last night That,
she rests above water is all due to
the prompt assistance given by the
harbor tug Governor Markham and
volunteer aids from the Navy and
Just after noon yestorday fire broke
out In the hold of theSargenL She
was lying at anchor offFolsom street
wharf, with 2.400 tons of coal aboard,
waiting to dlschargo cargo Her crew
wais ashoroand there wore aboard only
Captain Melville. Second Mate
White and Boyd, the watchman.
The vessol was pumped full of water
until there was fear of sinking
bar. She was then ran aground on
Mission flats and the fire fought unltl
It was subdued.
Shipping News and Notes.
i i. i -. -
The barks S. C. Allen aud Santiago
have arrived at San Francisco from
The bark W. B. Flint cleared from
San 'Francisco December 2t for Honolulu.
Tho schoonor Holene sailed from
San Francisco December 26th for Honolulu.
The steamer Tamplco arrived at
Port Townscnd December 25 from
Tho barkcntlne Encore arrived at
Astoria December 25 from this port.
Tho steamer Eureka, expected here
today, did not sail from Seattle until
The ship Charmor arrived at Port
Tovnsend Dec 2 from this port
The bark Carrolltoa lea Tacoma
December 24 for Honolulu.
New Year was one of the quietest
days of the year in shipping circles
and along -the waterfront. All the
wharves were deserted and the only
arrivals and departures were the
Sonoma from the Coast and the
The U. S. transport lOeade, which
arrived at Manila on December 21,
Pekg January 18
en tura January -
AtnTDa February 1
Hongkong Maru February 6
Sierra February 12
China February 14
"Moana February 15
Doric - February 22
Alameda iv".. February 22
Nippon Maru .......... r.. March 4
Sonoma i- iiarcn 01
Peru March 121
Alameda ..." March 15
Coptic March 22i
Ventura March 26
America Maru March 28 1
Alameda Apru a
Peking April 5
Gaelic T April 15
Sierra April 16
Hongkong Maru April 22
Alameda April 26
China April 30
From Honolulu for San Francisco or
Ventura 4 December 31
Gaelic January 3
Hongkong Maru ... January It
Alameda .....January 13
China ..January 20
Sierra January 21
Doric ! January 31
Alameda February 5
Nippon Maru February Si
Sonoma FebruaryMl j
Peru February lo
Coptic .February 25
Alameda February 26
xmerlca Maru ' March 4
Ventura March 4
Peking March 12
Alameda -.March 19
Gaelic March 22
Sierra March 25
Hongkong Maru March 29
China April S
Alameda April 9
PARISIENNE VISITS HERE.
Mile Lottey Going to Australia on a
Among the passengers by the So-
vtnM Kn ot flirt TJoVL'OlioTl
Hel Z TTew" hwhUe the
steamer was in port yesterday was
Mile. Lottey who is one of the greatest
pets -of gay Paris, having taken
the glad population of that city by
storm some time ago when she exhibited
her- "poses" in the "Folies
Mile. Torry, who is a very beautiful
woman, has travelled through the
States on a professional tour and is
now going to Australia with the same
purpose In view.
The Parisienne was much charmed
with what little she saw of the city
during her stay there and said that
sne thought that sne would make a-
stay of a few weeks during her return
SMALL BLAZE STIRS PAWAA.
Neighbors Form Bucket Brigade and
Put Out the Fire. I
On New Year's eve a small fire
n-Mh (.Km i,ori nr?n.tc I
results took place at the residence of
Major Wood of the Salvation Army
in the McCully tract in Pawaa.
A Christmas, tree which Major
Wooi bad lighted for his children
took fire during his absence and jthe
fire began to spread. The neighbors,
among whom were a number of la
dies, came quickly to the rescue, and.
organizing a bucket brigade, quicklv
put out the fire- i
The fire department was notified J - Manager wight s Belief,
and turned out but when they came Manager Wight, of the Wilder
the Waiklki turn and no one could Steamship Company, is reported as
give any information regarding the s declaring his positive belief that the
locality of the fire, the engines turn ' late employee of the steamer was ta a
ed back under the impression that it certain degree connected with the
been a false alarm. ' fair. In fact the suspicions of the
s- j Wilder officials, the police depart-
CHURCH APPOINTS OFFICERS, j ment and the United States mail au-
jthorities have almost been solely
Meeting Held at the Central Union confined to Kamakawiwoole.
on New Year's Eve. It is believed that upon the return
At the regular business meeting of s of Casbi?r Kenake of the post office
the-Central Union Church, which jvas force- who k at the P"st time at
held In the parlors of the church oa,101" securing data, and endeavor-New
Year's eve. deaconesses, ins to ascertain the value of contents
and committees were appointed. C0QtaJned in the missing sack, steps
After the church meeting a joint meet-; "vvln be takaa to w"nS from the yoang
ing of the church and congregation raan uie slory CI a,s alleged
was held or the purpose of appoint-', Uoa Vlth tae robe!T-
ing trustees. - j ' '"
All the. members of the various Enthusiasm Squelched.
posts and committees were re-elected A. Buchanan began the" new year
with the except! of the two under rather discouraging
S ittee. -'stances. la giving vent to his
Frear and W. A Bowea. who. ac-s ..
' lasm a. tfle departure of the old year
. ..,. .
ri.,r ii... u
ccrdiag Jo the regulations, could not i . .. . . "
reelected. aad the edvent ot lae new" WeaB
places were fill-i
by Theo. Rkh&rds aad A. B. Wood. da? aaias; fle tched several
' ' ' j bunches of boisterous firecrackers.
Engagement is Announced. An unfeeling polIceGeaa toekBuchaBsa
The engagement ot Louis Ahrams, ! In charge aad escerted -him -to. the
ot the Hawaiian Trast aad lavestaaeat
Compear, aad .Miss Ethel Keepers ot
Sacraseato. Cal., Is aaacanced. i
COAST AD FOKEIG2T VESSELS Es" POET.
sArriyed VesseL I Captain.
I Nor. 17j Archer, bit. .4 Calhoun
iec. lustieuce. snip .. .4 flitntore.
" lSfMurieL sch. Wikander.
20 Jas. Johnson, bkt.. Bemecke
" 201tIerardC.Tobey.bkt Goe
20 (S. G. Trader hkt... Jackson
'1 i JlKorf .V ....... Griffiths
5 X o velty. schr. jRosendal
S. D. Carleton. ship I Amesbory
23 Am. scBendiica ..JPetersen
i M 23 Irmgard, bkt 'Schmidt
23 Ceylon, bk. iWIiler
1 f T ch ' UanitnMM I I .....I
w.iuwuiu;t u, uvuuubuva ff ' iMUi vu . . I t U4 U.U4U. ......
26 George Curtis, ship,-Calhoun Brewers .... (San Francisco
26Honoipu, schr. 5....Ol2en (Allen ..'.... (Paget Sound .
SSjKlIkitaL bkt JCutler
2S Omega, bkt. .Mackie
2S Benjamin Sewall. shf Hackfeld
29 Robert Lewers, schi Underwood
30 C.D. Bryant, bk... Colley
31 Joseph Russ j Petersen
31 Langd'ale. ship I Hunter
31fHesper, bk. Friis
Jan. 1 1 Florence, ship . . . Spfcer
i G. S. S. Iroquois JRodman
Mean Temperature 6J5.7.
Minimum Temperature 63.
Maximum Temperature 71.
Barometer 30.15; steady.
Mean Dew Point 53.
Mean Relative Humidity 5S.
North-north-east; 3 to 4.
Weather cloudy, tending to clear.
Forecast for Today.
Moderate north-east trades and fair
AT DIAMOND HEAD
Diamond Head, 10 p m. Weather
clear; wind light north.
DETECTIVES TRAIL MAIL ROBBERS
GRADUAL TIGHTENING OF MESHES
ABOUT PACKAGE CLERK
OF THE KINAU.
Wilder Steamship Official Declares
That He Suspects Young
of Causing Mysterious
Disappearance of the Registered
Mail Pouch Kenake at Honokaa.
William Kamakawiwoole, the young
Hawaiian clerk employed aboard the
Wilder steamer- Kinau, who was arraigned
upon a charge of larceny before
Judge Wilcox in the First District
Court Tuesday, is now confined
at Oahu Prison awaiting trial before
the Circuit Court
The chargesTJOw preferred against
the young man date back a year or
more and were preferred at the instigation
of the Mclnerny Company
which alleges that., at the time
was discharged by that
firm, a considerable amount of furnishing
gcods was found missing.
These were recently- found In the possession
of the KInau's youthful clerk.
May Be Another Charge.
.From present indications, the young
man may be required to answer to
another, and more serious, charge
before he again regains his liberty.
As a result of the close investigations,
pursued by David Kaapa, chief of detectives,
that official declares that he
now has some evidence in his possession
to connect Kamakawiwoole with
the robbery of the registered mail
pouch taken from the Kinau several
Notwithstanding the fact that the
lad has maintained a 3tolid
ence when subjected to severe ques
tioning by the police, many clews
have been followed which have left
but little 8oubt in the minds of the
officers at work on the case, that the
Kinau's packactt boy could furnish
much needful information concerning
the mysterious disappearance of the
registered mail, should he choose to
tel1 a11 that Qe knows regarding the
central statioa, where charges of bV j
S . 1 1
ing a common nnlsaace were preferred
f Railway..... J San Francisco.
. . .. . f Brewers ... fPt. Tawnsead.
IWIIders J Pose: Sound.
. . . Xaval No. 2. .J Saa Francisco.
ilrmgard f Saa Francisco.
Wiiders J Saa Francisco
IBrewers I San Francisco
! Stream fPncet Sonnd .
IRailrosd ... ITacoma
lAllen IPt. Blakeiev ..
flrmcard .... San Francisco
I Old Fishmrktf Hiio
Wilders j Puget Sound.
j Stream JPcset Sound.
'Stream Ilndistm .....
I Allen 1 Pueet Sound . ,
'Stream San Francisco.
j Stream Paget Sound.
IRaflway San Francisco.
Stream: In distress.
Stream Puget Sound.
Navy No. 1. 1 Stationary.
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Tues '31 T.54 1.3 9.3? 2.S2 l.H.18.104.22.168 11.49
p.mJ 'a in.. I I
Wed. 110.53, 1.3, 8.32 3.S3 3.5S 6.37:5.30 a.m.
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Thdr 2 11.12. 1 5 S.Mi 1.22, 1 3d 6.37 5.30 0.33
Frt.. 3 ajn. '10 52 5.03 6 20 6.33 5.31 1.2S
Sat... 4! U.32I 1 7 11.18, 5 13 7.26f6.33 5.31 2.1S
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Sun . 3 1.15 1.5 12.10 8.30 8.20 6 38 5.32 3.10
Mnr 61 1.32 1 9 1.32 7.12' 9.02;6 3SI3.S3! 1.02
Last quarter of the moon on the 1st
at 4:3S a. m.
lYften the Clock
Every morning begins the race
San Francisco to Chicago
Offices: -641 Market Street
Leave Market Street Ferry Depot:
9:00 a. m., 4.20 p. m., 8 p. m., 7:20
9:00 a. m. train is the California
Limited, carrying Palace Sleeping
Cars and Dinig Cars through to Chicago.
Chair Cars run to Bakersfield
for accommodation of local first-class
passengers No second-class tickets
are honored on this train. Correspond
ing train arrives 7:0o a. m., daily.
4:20 p. m. is Stockton. Merced and
Fresno local. Corresponding train ar-'
rives at 12:30 p. m., daily.
8:00 p. m. is the Overland Express,
with through Palace.-and Tourist
Sleepers and Free 'Reclinig Chair'
Cars to Chicago; also Palace Sleeper
which cuts out at Fresno.
Ing train arrives at G:00 p. m., daily.
7:20 a. m. Is Bakersfield Local, stopping
at all points in San Joaquin Valley.
Corresponding train arrives at
8:40 a. m., daily.
OFFICES 41 Market St, and In
Ferry Depot, San Francisco.
W. G. IRWIN & CO,
There Are j
Daring the long three hundred
and sixty-five day year when a
glass ot GOOD WINE proves to
be a tonic as well as a pleasure,
and there are certain time-honored
occasions upon which
Is the one drink to be drank,
such as the opening el the New
You can objaln all the well
known brands at
PHONE MAIN 140.
As a Residential Suburb
See the Gulick Tract
iuia ut isut'uuuu siuuc uie V
Transit-Co., built their extension. I
Before buying building lots elsewhere, r
a beautiful locality health, every
faculty, electric cars, wate laid, etc.
Easy terms of payment apply
MRS. S. K. GULICK.
F. O. BOX -415.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA j SaL," Jan. 11 ALAMEDA Wed- Jan. IS
VENTURA Wed., Jan. 22 SIERRA Tuea., Jan. 31'
ALAMEDA fiat, Feb. 1 ALAMEDA WeA. Feb. 5
SD3RRA Wed.. Feb. 12 SONOMA Tues Feb. 11
ALAMEDA Sat, Feb. 22 ALAMEDA Wed.. Not. 26
SONOMA Wed., Mar. 5 VENTURA Tues., Mar. 4
ALAMEDA Sat, Mar. 15 ALAMEDA Wed.. Mar. 15
VENTURA Wed, Mar. 26 SIERRA Tueal Mar. 25
ALAMEDA Sat, April 5 ALAMEDA WeL April 9
SIERRA Wed., April 16 SONOMA Tues.. April 15
ALAMEDA Sat, April 26 ALAMEDA Wed, April 1?
VENTURA Tues, May t
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agents are
prepared to issue to intending passengers COUPON THROUGH TICKETS
by any railroad from San Francisco to all points in the United States,
and from New York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO j
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail S. S. Co. ,
1 Occidental and Oriental S. S. Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
! Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave thla
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
COPTIC JAN 4
AMERICA MARU JAN. 11
PEKING JAN. IS
GAELIC . . ............... .JAN. 2S
HONGKONG MARU FEB. "0
CHINA FEB. 14
DORIC FEB. 22
NIPPON MARU MAR. 4
nenrr IE . . 7iZ -.
crjcu ......'...JlAK. 1
COPTIC MAR. 20
AMERICA MARU MAR. 28
PEKING ....APRIL 6
GAELIC APRIL 15
HONGKONG MARU APRIL 22
...... .......... ............
FOR GENERAL "INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Royal Mail Line.
Steamers of the above line running in connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMRANY between Vancouver, B. C and Sydney
N.S.W., and calling at Victoria, B.C., and Honolulu, and Brisbane, G. ara
DUE AT HONOLULU
From Vancouver and Victoria for From Sydney and Brisbane for
.r,.rl8banc and Sydney Victoria and Vancouver
AORANGI JAN. IS MOANA tiv u.
IMOANA FEB. 15
On or about the dates stated above.
THROUGH TICKETS Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States'
For Freight and Passage, and all general Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.;
r NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
VIA, PACIFIC COAST.
THE SPLEMIII HEW STEEL STEABEIS
S. S. Obegonian, 6000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
S. S. Californian, 6000 tons, to sail about January
20, 1902. .
S. S. American, 6000 tons, to sail about Februarv. .
From San Francisco for Honolulu, S. S. Byades
j3000 tons, sail January 4th, 1902.
Freight received at Comocnv's
Brooklynat aU times.
For Farther ParticaUrs Apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
C P. MORSE. General Freight Agent.
DESIGN EVERY IKinTs
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
GAELIC JAN. 3
HONGKONG MARU JAN. 11
CHINA .JAN. 30
DORIC JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU FEB. 8
PERU , FEB. 22
UUPTIC MAR 4
AMERICA MARU MAR.
- JWMl. 11
GAELIC MAR. 29
HONGKONG MARU APRIL S
CHINA APRIL 15
wharf. ?nrtr.in Street, Sontkv
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