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'lWiLAX SATURDAY, JAXTARr tr, 1002.
lElM) HONG KONG II i
MAKE PORT WITH MANY PASSENGERS1
Hong Kong Maru Did Not Have Merry Xmas
Spent Festal Day in lie Yellow Sea Kill
Present-Passengers Did Not Enjoy
- hours ahead of time, the
r-r,(t Maru came into port at 8
k ..trday morning from the
- Tb- res! made a very goo J
A',i 'overed the 2.400 miles in
, v and 12 boars. Sb could have
nirh b-Ur time but for the
' tT given by the directors of
tnpany to run their vessels on'
. Hongkong Maru left Hongkong.
! Hmtx-r 21. Shanghai on Decern-,
.4 Nagasaki December 26. and(
I'uma January 1. Christmas Day)
.: Mi Maru in the Yellow Sea. in1
:r .i-t of a terrific gale. Captain
. r a on the bridge all day. and
mon passenger partook of the
ri'lid dinner which the chief stew-
had prepared for them, rart or
.. -V.-ars Day wa spent at Yoko
ms the vessel leaving there at ,
The leather coming over wag very
.ugh several cubing being Hooded
' the heavy seas.
Th. Mam brought 428 tons of
ight for this port, five oabln passen
rs and 270 Oilnafrc
The Hongkong Maru Milled for San
Kranclsro at 4 o'clock yesterday af
Alameda Arrives In Good Time.
The Oceanic Steamship Company's
vteanter Alameda arrived off port at 2
i clock yesterday afternoon from San
Kranclsco. after experiencing very
ough weather and heavy beam seas
luring the greater part of the trip.
A large crow 1 h id gathe.'vd at th.
oceanic Mall whf to greet their
friends and relative; comlnr from th
states. andMor . time it "corned a.
if the whole pop'"tfon of Honolul.
w bent upon going on board the
.-IMiMer. Captain Flint and the
.lip's quartermasters had a hard
urn restraining the ardor of some
aoor of pretty hard
and after an I
work succeeded I
.n getting all the passengers
The Alameda brought a large num
'.r of passengers including several
wej known Honolulu people.
LIYELY DAY ALONG
STEAMERS ARRIVE AND DEPART
Albert. S. G. Wilder and Archer Start
a Sailing Rsce for the Coast
Albert the First to Get Away
11 was a Mviy day along the wa
terfront ywsterday. Two foreign
tsmer caused several hundred
stevedores and tongsnoremen to
swarm on th Oceanic and Quarantine
aortw, and the Fearless put in a good
t.sy's work. The James Makee got in
irom the other Islands and brought
.'.800 bags of stlgnr. 19 bags of wool
.nd S bandies of hide.
The Amerleen schooner Helene ar-
ived from San Krancfcco after a fair
oy of 16 davs and was followed
!.r toe stonoier ".Noeau Com. Hawaii
in the ftroo several sailing
xassefc wartsd for the coast and a
Uvety rare Is expected to take place
tetweet them. The bark Albert was
towed oot to sea at about 12:39 p. m.
The instant th&t the Feurlees let go
of the hark. Captain Brokaw hurried
back Into the harbor after the other
veeeel. The S. G. Wilder went to sea
about 4S minutes Inter. The strong i
aortoeasteriy, breese helped to In
crease the lead of the AlberL but the
vessels lefc port within such a short
time ef each other that they can be
raid to have started practically on
The Albert carried 1.S4U tons of
i agar and 19 tons of machinery and
the Wilder has 9S6 tas of sugar
The barkentino Archer abo sailed
for San Francisco in the afternoon
and bar skipper considers his vessel
in the race.
The barkentine Omega sailed for
tbc Sound in ballast
IS DEMORALIZING TO
DEEP WATER SAILORS
NEW YORK THE WORST PORT.
There Jack is Beaten and Robbed, l
Shanghaied and Sold for Gold
Portland and New York a Hell
From the .ew xortv ouu. ,
Foreign seaman say that the port
of New York is a hard and uncharita-
ble place, and that its reputation -t
tnntU "the seas over. trom Liver
pool to Hong Kong, wherever there
gather crews for the deep-sea mer
chantmen, one hears curses on York,
the gay town; York, the touch town,
where Jack gets beaten and robbed,
shanghaied and sold for gold. But
though he may get as far away from i
Manhattan as is possible, he is al
ways sure to turn about and come
In this he is never disappointed.
His American brother is amply pro
tected by the Seamen's union, the
Legal Aid society, aud the Marine
hosnltal. and the land sharks are
i forced to "depend for their game sole
j ly on "foreign bottoms." The "game"
', mav have deserted his -ship, prompt-
ed by a curiosity to see things" in
New York; he may be just out or a
hospital, physically weak, but strong
in his desire for dissipation; his ship
may be waiting for a cargo, or he
may be a tramp, "bumming" his way
home. One may see these poor fel
lows along the river fronts the most
exposed places in the city in this
weather loafing in front of the grog
.shops, -or in some hallway sleeping
off a night's org'.
One may flind samples of ill treat
ed sailors on almost any morning at
the dispensaries of the little seamen's
mission and the lower East side.
"What do you think of New York?"
was asked of a young Englishman,
who was having his wounds dressed, j
one morning lst week. The man
had been drugged, beaten, and rob
bed th? night before. "It ain't quite
ja.3 bad as Portland. Ore." was tne
answer. Portland, and not. as in old
days. Port Said, is the seamen's stan
dard of comparison for the ports of
Present day seamen come far from
being the strong, rugged men -that
romance and fiction have made them
out to be. Deepsea vessels that sail
the world round pass three and four
climatic changes in one cruise. The
men are naturally improvident and
seldom carry sufficient clothing. At
the Battery dispensary of the United
States Marine hospital. 500 "outdoor"
cases were attended to last month,
and 95 at the hospital at Stapleton.
S. I. The sick of the foreign mer
chant vessels in the harbor are sent
to Long Island College hospital,
which, last month, cared fcr not less
than forty patients. This, in com
parison to the AtnfTicRn sick list and
the large number of foreign seamen
f In port, during this cold, raw weath-
I w. Is very small and leaves the im-
' Prossion that possibly there are ma-
j n-v who should, gc that never do.
Crews that come into the harbor
, RboarH forelKn shiPs ar "sa,l-v tak
j en on in home waters, and that means
'that the crew signed papers wh'ch
' .... . . .,, . ,
i again. To these ships New York is
j a foreign port, and shipmasters who
want to keep their crews never give
them shore leave. Sickness is the
only excuse that opens a way for
Jack ashore, and consequently this
plea is used earlv and often. So.
I to protect himself frcm fakers, the
master hires the first doctor that
comes over the side. He examines
the men for sick leave, prescribes for
those he can treat ott board, and
sends the others to the hospitals.
The doctor often stretches a point in
. favor of the captain, and manr
!-!. L . . .
i Miwr nas gone to sea wnen ne siioaiu j
nave Deen sent asnore to a hospital
SHII'PItf NEWS AM) MITES.
Willie Simerson, purser of the
una Loa. received a male addition to
his family early yesterday morning.
Work is. progressing rapidly on the
Terrific Gale ior a
new Hackfeld scow and she will prob
ably be ready to go into commission
within a few days.
The IT. S. A. Transport Sheridan
sailed from San Francisco on Jan
uary 1 for Guam and Manila. She
will not stop at Honolulu.
When the weather changes the tug
Eleu will pull the sunken piles out
by the third buoy. These piles have
long been a menace to yachts and the"!
j rublic works Department has con
; sented to remove them.
j The schooner Fannie Adele is on
! the marine railway and will shortly
sail for San Francisco where she
will engage in the Pacific coasting
inter-i3land trade for the lt
two years under the management of
the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company. Captain Godfrey will take i
her up to the coast. She has been
bought by the Henry ship chandlery
Co., and will probably be used as a
i lumber vessel.
NEW LINE FOR THE
STEAMERS STOP AT HONOLULU
Empire Steamship Company lnaugur-1
ater New Service Well Known
Vessels Will Come to this Port. I
Albion for Philippine Trade. i
For months past there have been
rumors of a merchant line of steam
ships being organized to do business
between San Francisco, Honolulu and
the Philippine Islands. News brought
by the Alamelj ycstorJ y confirmed
the rumor. The line bar been estab-
Jisbed by the Empire Steamship Com
pany. Tho steamers Albion. Ohio. In-J
aiana and Pennsylvania will be nut
on the run between San Francisco and
Manila, stopping over at Honolulu.
The Ohio, Indiana and. Pennsylvan
ia are well known In the transport
service. They went to the Coast at
the beginning of the war to enter the
Klondike trade, but the United States
was then securing every available ves
sel to carry soldiers to the Philippines,
so the steamships were at once char
tered. Being very handy craft, they
i were kept in the inter-island service.
! carrying soldiers and supplies all!
through the war. About six months
ago they went back to San Francisco :
and have since been laid ud at the
Union Iron Works.
While there the Indiana and Penn
sylvania have been remodeled. Near
ly all of the cabin accommodations
have been removed and new decks
put in. The boilers have been renew
ed and the refrigerator plants put in
the very best of order. During the
war each vessel carried more than
1500 soldiers In an emergency, besides
200 cabin passengers. From now on
thev will onlv have room for forty
cabin passengers each and no sol-',
diers. all the room being set aside for I
freight. During the remodelling of the !
Indiana and Pennsylvania the Ohio has
been used as a boarding-house. The
machinists and carpenters and boiler
makers from the works have lived
aboard her and at the same time
given here an overhauling. Tne Ohio
has not been altered as far as cabin
accommodations are concerned, and' Ul lue ""'. i" l" .""s -she
will be the passenger Vessel of ia Fin?t mate WilI'am Mosk: set
the fleeL ond rkae James M. Gurney; third
The work of getting the Albion
ready for the inter-island trade is now
being rushed, and the chances are
that as soon as she is ready for her.
run to Manila the Ohio. Indiana apd
Pennsylvania will be ready to begin
their trips. AH three vessels are ofi
the same dimensions, but vary some-l
what in tonnage owing to the diffe
pnrn In th! fifMnrs Thi- n 33
43 feet heam and 2 feet 9
i inches deep.
! The Albion Is a wooden vessel of
i 337 tons burden. 120 feet long. 31 feet
Ma-f3"" Md 9 feet deeP- She "
Jn 92 bJ" C. G. Whhe for John S.
Kimball. She is a handy craft, and
should prove "very serviceable In the
MAILS CLOSE SATURPAYFOK OTHER ISLANDS
Paauhau. Kukalau. Ockala and Pa-
May close earlier.
OAST A2TD FOREIGN TEASELS IX PORT.
Dec lOJReace, ship ., Whltmore
- 20 I Jas. Johnson, bkt. . Bemecke
" 20IGeo. C. Tobey IGove
S. D. Carleton. sbiptAmesbnry
Am. sc-Bendixon ..I Petersen
Irmgard. bkt I Schmidt
Ceylon, bk. . (Wilier
George Curtis, ship. Calhoun
Honoipu .schr. . Olsen
26 Klikitat. bkt J Cutler
27 1 Alden Bessie, bk. ..'Mackie
Benjamin Sew-all, sh
Robert Lowers," scbi
C D. Bryant, bk....
31 Hesper. bk.
lj Florence, ship
.Amelia, bkt. (Wilier
Geo. C. Perkins, bkt.', Jensen
Andrew Welch I Drew
Prince Louis, sh... j EHefsen
Eureka, str. jWeedon
Alameda, str., ; Herriman
Helene. schr. Christiansen .
U. S. S. Iroquois Rodman
Mean Temperature 70.
Minimum Temperature 66.
Maximum Temperature 74.
Barometer 30.07; rising.
Mean Dew Point 51.5.
Mean Relative Humidity 59.
Weather very clear.
Forecast for Today.
Moderate northerly winds and
AT DIAMOND HEAD
Diamond Head, 10 p. m. Weather
clear. Wind fresh, north.
Philippines. She wi be thoroughly
overhauled before leaving here for her
new station. The Albion will be usetl
in the inter-island trade of the Philip-
, pine group.
Arrivals at Honolulu.
Friday, January 10.
T. K. K. Hongkong Maru, Filmer,
from the Orient, at S a. m.
O. S. S. Alameda. Herriman. 5 days
22 hours from San Francisco, at 2
Am. schr. Helene. Christiansen. 16
days from San Francisco.
Str. Noeau. Pedersen, from Hawaii
Schr. Rob Roy. from Pearl City.
Str. - James Makee. Tullett. from
Ahukini, Hanamaulu. Kilauea and An-
abola at 6 a- m- with 2-600 bs s"'
gar, 19 bags wool, 4 bdls. hides.
ijjspartures from Honolulu.
Friday. January 10.
Str. W. 0. Mall, Thompson, for Maui
and Kona ports.
Am. bkt. Omega. Mackie. for Eure
Am. bkL S. G." Wilder. Jackson
Am. bkL Archer, Calhoun, for San
Am. bk. Albert
Griffith, for San
Str. Mokolii. for Koolau
Schr. Lady. Nelson,
ports, at 5 p. m.
Vessels Due Today
Str. Kinau. Freeman, from Hilo and
way ports, due at noon.
Str. Lehua. W. Bennett, from Maui
ports this p. m.
Str. Hongkong Maru. Going, for the
Orient this p. m.
Whaler Wrecked in Alaska.
The whaling bark Fearless was
wrecked at Dutch Harbor. Alaska. No
vember 30th. No Jives were lost, but
the vessel is a total loss. Twenty men
of the crew of the Fearless arrived in
Seattle on the Bertha, the others re
maining in Alaska.
Captain James McKenna was master
mate, H. c Slate.
The Fearless was well known in
Honolulu and her captain. James Mc-
I Kenna, was one of the pioneers of the
whaling fleet which had its headquar
ters at Honolulu several years ago.
The football game to have been
played this afternoon between picked
teams from the Capitol and Judiciary
t building has been postponed for one
Mrs. Kanihomauole was examined
before Judge Wilcox yesterday re
garding her sanity. The examination
was ccad acted by Dr. Emersoo.
Mail Closes. Sir. Sails.
Maui 11:15 a.m.
America Maru 3:COp-m. 4
'Subject to change.
:CQp. m. 5
i Brewers ... i PL Townsend.
Old Fishmrkt i San Francisco.
' Irmgard Saa Francisco.
IRaHroad ... ITacoma
. J Allen fPt- Blakeley ..
Stream ' San Francisco
Old Fishmrkt I Hl!o
Puget Sound .
Hackfeld .Stream ...
Underwood i Allen
Puget Sound . .
j Sorensons . - San Francisco.
Navy Whf 1 . . ruget souna.
(Railway San Francisco.
Railwar In distress.
' Railway Puget Sound.
Navy No. 2..
I Stream . . ... . ! San Francisco.
j Naval row .. 'Stationary.
SUN. MOOS". ASD SEA,
1.9 1.32, 7.12. 9.H,6.t0.5 33
; . I I I
2.UI 2.15 7.50 9.37 6.40,5.34
3, 3.03 2.0 2.5S
2J 126.96.36.199 5.35 5 3S
4 44j 1.9' 5.1011.4" 10.24 6.40 5.37
1 i . P-ra. I
U' 5.17 l. 5 58 12.14 11.12,6 40,5.37 8.3.5
Jlon.'lsisSO 17 6 33 12 50 b 4o's.3s 9.29 j
New moon on the 9th at 10:45 a. m. .
15 feet in diameter and 12 feet long,
built to the requirements of the Unit
ed States Inspection laws.
n nonmu.u ,rom n rr,. u.
iuueiiua -uaiu o-uu-, x,
Aiameua juuubi n,
Aorangi January IS
Peking January IS
Ventura January 22
Gaelic January 2S
Alameda February 1
"Hongkong Maru February 6
Sierra February 12
China February 14
Moana February 15
Doric February 22
Alameda February 22
Nippon Maru March 4
Sonoma March 5
Peru March 12 1
Alameda March 15 '
Coptic March 22
Ventura March 261
America Maru March 2S
Alameda April 5i
Peking April 5
Gaelic April 15
Sierra April 16
Hongkong Maru !... April 22 j
Alameda April 26
China , Mpril 30
From Honolulu for San, Francisco or
Hongkong JIaru January lit
Alameda January 15
China January 20
Sierra January 21
Doric , January 31
Alameda February 5
Nippon Maru February S
Sonoma February 11
Peru February 15
Coptic .February 25,
Alameda February 26
America 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
A Cure for Lumbago.
W. ,C. Williamson, of Amherst, Va..
U. S. A., says: "For more than a
year I suffered from lumbago. I tried
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it gave,
me entire relief, which all other reme-'
dies had failed to do."
Kiiiy: Stride t
HONOLLXr. XX- I-
Fhme Main it
ISLAND TRADE A SPECIALTY.
? 3.36 2.0 3.42. 9.10 (io 3s 6.40 5.35 6.24 prepared to issue to intending passengers COUPON THROUGH TICKETS
t ' ia m. p.m.' I iSl3. ' . ,nr rlli-mrl frnm Sun Vmm.'cl to oil nnlitir l u- TTl-j o.-
4.0 2 0' 4 22 11.03' 9.40 6.40 5.36, 6.52 "-,' "" .. , . -w.-w . .. w. ,u kue uuucu ouneo.
ii , j i i j unu ixuui .. i urn u uu aivaiusuip imc io an European pons.
As a Residential Suburb
Is attracting lots ol attention since the
Rapid Transit Co., built their extension.
See the, Gulick Tract
"Rrtfnrn Kn-irfr Vmtlrlinrr lrfe r.lcoTtrVinro
Oceanic Steamship Co.
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port aa hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
ALAMEDA SaL, Jan. 11
VENTURA Wed.. Jan. 22
ALAMEDA SaL. Feb. 1
SIERRA Wed.. Feb. 12
ALAMEDA .- ..SaL. Feb. 22
'SONOMA ..rf. Wed., Mar. 5
ft ri ? I a sr.ALAMEDA SaL, Mar. 15
i f 5! 5 VENTURA We d.. Mar. 26
JM 2.-; ! x ' ?s ALAMEDA SaL, April 5
I "? 1 I Si I SIERRA Wed., April IS
1 --Z-1 I ALAMEDA SaL, April 26
In connection with the sailing of
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
WM. G. IRWIN & 00.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental S. S. Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
F0R CH,NA AND jApAN
AMERICA. MARU JAN. 11
PEKING . . ............... .JAN. IS
GAELIC ..... .JAN. 2S
HONGKONG MARU FEB. 6
CHINA I FEB. 14
DORIC FEB. 22
NIPPON MARU MAR. 4
PERU MAR. 12
COPTIC MAR. 20
AMERICA MARU MAR. 2Jf
PEKING . APRIL 5
GAELIC APRIL 15
HONGKONG MARU APRIL 22
. FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Royal Mail Line.
Steamers of the above Hne running in connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney.
N.S.W., and calling at Victoria. B.C., and Honolulu, and Brisbane, G., are
DUE AT HONOLULU
From Vancouver and Victoria for From Sydney and Brisbane for
Brisbane and Sydney Victoria and Vancouver
AORANGI JAN. IS
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.,
American-Hawaiian S.S. Co
NEW YORK .TO HONOLULU
S VIA PACIFIC COAST.
THE SPLENDID HEW STEEL STEAMEBS ' -
S. H. Oregonian, 6000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
S. S. California, 0000 tons, to sail about January
S. S. American, 6000 tons, to sail about February.
From -San Francisco for Honolulu, S. S3. Hyades,.
3000 tons, sail January 4th, 1902. .
Freight received at Company's
Brooklyn, at all times.
For Fcrther Particulars Apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
C P. MORSE, General Freight AgenL
A Knatr.n lt
w ; a)
locality- "healthy, every $
laciiity, electric cars, wate- laid, etc.
Easy terms of payment apply
MRS. S. H. GULICK,
F. O. BOX -415.
ALAMEDA Wed.. Jan. 15
SIERRA Tuea., Jan. 21
ALAMEDA Wed.. Feb. 5
SONOMA Tuea. Feb. 11
ALAMEDA Wed, Nov. 2
VENTURA Tues., Mar. 4
ALAMEDA Wed., Mar. IS
SIERRA Tues., Mar. 25
ALAMEDA Wed.. April 9
SONOMA Tues., April 15
ALAMEDA Wed, April Id
t.M UKA Tues May S
the above steamers the agents are
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
HONGKONG MARU JAN. 11
CHINA JAN. 29
DORIC JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU FEB. 8
PERU FEB. 21
COPTIC , MAR. 4
AMERICA MARU MAR. It
PEKING MAR. 1
GAELIC MAR. 29
HONGKONG MARU APRIL I
CHINA APRIL II
MOANA JAN". Ik
wharf. Forty-second StreL