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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY. JANUARY I-, 1902.
Brings Only Three Passengers
i Treasury Department Concerning F
Tk Toys KtaM Kalaha Co. steamer 1
AatarfCft Mn arrived off port at an .
trly hoar yaatirilay morning and j
doehed at S oekek at the Pacific Mall
4oek. She left San Frauclsco auout
mi hour before the A la mod a but was
4UI1 ootuWe by the orilors of the
drclora of J ho company to keep the
oal ruHHlHR on schedule tlrny. Fol
lowing thoa orders. Captain Young
arrived here o itchedulo and not
not hmA of time aa had been the for
mer rmunm. For two day irovIous
t reaching Honolulu, the voasol ox
mritcl bad waathur. For the last
Wo daya a heavy bwoII was running
which wad It imjvoaalulo for hor pas
MiMr to cat anv loei). The vossel
... ... 1
railed wor thn ,at any otner tune
In. her ktotory.
Prr HatHtwi was greetwl with a
wut Mtrprto oh his arrival at San
Praaetsco en the Inst trip home.
Ma iMOther. Mr. Bomisa, had died
xfcortly lfore the nrrivnl of tho ves
sel. Among the lmsengers by the Maru
Is Mia K Hansen who is bound for
shipping lively at
all ports on maui
DARK ANTIOPE IS DISCHARGING
Father and Son, Masters of the Antl
ope May Meet at Kahulul Bark
Edward May at KiheJ Stanley
WAILllKA. Jan. 18. The bark An
tkr. CatalH Murray, is discharging
real at Kahutal at a rather fast rate.
She I the best ship to handle coal
that aver cam to Kahutul. She will
fc fully discharged some time next
njk when she wiU proceed to Oyster
Hfrhor tor aaothor cargo of coal.
If sh aVs. vagKs as fast as her
twmat triis. she i1ll probably- arrive
K Kahli I time to ser the Kinross
at KaktthU. A few weoks ago the
Kiaro. in cJwu-g of Csptalu George
W. Murray, who fc th futher of
0drs K. Mami tai.ter of the An
w, Mt Ktfcei for Ooter Harbor.
-hr sh wiU toad coal toe Mawi. aad
ft aw- JM fc iMKeiUe that the A&ti-
Mrtv$ hr wtth th Ktuross.
Catl Mmrray of th AMfepo will
Jb &D ha hg lwwtr to eamM htai to
Mct hfc fatiMr tm KahW oft his
Ant trtik SjMMttd this h th case.
U AKiii i vtM hi ad thrtv
tr 6 a$atetit tv Mui V the KW-
fc sk4ikMr Staiy. Catote
Shawn Tm., fc scttl 4tthacgteg her arsa
t ;sle4 tMwhw. Sh wOl gw If
JtaMR trow KHfcttk, -vehtjee she wi
Oighmrjw iMxrt hr rtrfwvod c&rm
Sa yW vnahttWy t&kw wt a toad ot
MHr at Huh lar S&s. Fnacfcco. (
Ptwk jwcwn fcMltaattkss tke Sxaaliy
. MwkUx- safl ftc Rasa aot Ue
f axt wws.
T terk W. R Flt Cantafc Joke
mm. hoc Ktehariwd a hi? part f hc!
9MM&t wrtet corse. She watj
m& 9M Kaatttei Iw Mak3iw. Ka-
a, w sh wlad Jfc holaace'
or w e ,j m eB . kd of
ssar k ffrB plaatactemj;
a KmoL I
Th horkBhw QwfeksWsp. Captate-
'tiiW, fe kaSifes a a aes f scrap .
Itf tl So. Thekoa is he-
hS shfcw.-i W Klrt Wtakleman. fa
he iatres( of a Taocta arm. The
Kahdhd peoa hope to hav the
QHpati salt some ttee neat -.k. wy ana. aave a carga reaoy waen: zae
Th fcak Sdward May. cltAiJt,Ta:alc,, ai H & ccntracci
Hub. te MMSNsfe Jls in. dis-;
ajfaustaw: her ears of cval at KJheL)
Sh waM $0 3 Kahtt&t front Eihei and
bjre tak ae a tead of sugar for San
e at sutei wai a ca.- of aij
iBwa Xerasti& Australia. She wiE
arrive within 3 few weeks.
The steamer Kareka. and the stsam-
ec Hyades are exsected. ac Kaauluif
this moata. They wul coroe Tta. Ho
aalUiti. After unloading: their ae' 1
ciandfcse for Kahulxit they will tas- f
oa ftttt' crso at sajac fc ts stat9 I
AMERICA HUH IIS
111 1 FRANCISCO ON
Hongkong. She comes all the way
from Norway, and by some mistake
her baggage was left behind. She
goes to Japan to become the wife of
a sea captain. There is also on board
a party of oil experts who arc going
to Yokohama In the intercA of the
Standard Oil Company.
Tho America Maru brought only
threo nascngers for this port. They
are: . F. Browning. F. w. I-ox ana
Mrs. F. W. Fox.
She Is commanded by Commander
P. H. Going with the following staff
of officers: Ernest Bent, chief officer;
C. Thornton, chief engineer; L. E.
Bemlss, purser; H. D. Halxhurst,
I surgeon, and N. E. Kesley. freight
The Japanese liner has seven stow
aways on board besides five deported
Chinose aud ISO storage Oriental
Aboard the America Maru is a Jap
anese oiler who, during the last voy- J
age or tho vessel, was the victim of j
what might have proved to be a fatal J
stabbing affray. Yamaha is his name '
that this is the beginning of the
steamship service which will be in
augurated between San Francisco and
Kahulul. and which will take the
place of sailing vessels.
KINAU ARRIVES FROM
ALL HAWAII PORTS
TERRITORIAL ..BAND RETURNS
Wilder Steamer Meets with Fine
Weather and Passengers Enjoy a
Jolly Good Time Many Passen
gers and Fair Sized Cargo.
With part of the Hawaiian band
playing "Home, Sweet Home." and
the rest of the boys singing the
words of that popular song, the Kinau
docked at the Wilder wharf at 2
o'clock yesterday afternoon.
The steamer hal a fine passage
over. Purser Beckley reports good
weather all the way home, and says
that a good Ume was enjoyed by all
aKKird. thanks to Captain Berger and.
his band hoys.
The KlaaK brought the following
car?: Tweaty crates of vegetables.
t4 hogs. 75 sacks of potatoes. 21 sacks
of coSe. 34 hdb. hfctes aad 179 pack
ages of s&adries.
xa Kt&ait arottgat many passen
gers for Honoteie.
KAUAt SUGAR DIRECT.
FSrst Shipment WIU be Sent by the
Th first shipment of sagar direct
irom th Maviweii pfaotatfea wiM be
mod q Fohnry 1st by the ship Ed-
, I ward May. whick i now teadlss:
tlwra. Buoys hare keen lahi at Mafc-
aw v Cap Goodmaa and erery-
5&ia rewn smotthiy ter the Srsx
Ewreka. which, is at HanoJuki
aoic " S SaiaArf ast week to
ttjsefiorse some fca. hC w return I
dirsct Seaute. The 5cst hoot to
S a,v" ccc srviee hetween
Aaaaofci and tie Cease w probablrt
ooe steamer Tampfco. whicit
xe arriTe he abot the end
Mosee piastanoa ha not staroed
?riaiis? t. bet w hgm fa. a few
fer aaadKng riie Aaahola sugar busi-
a,S5s iav Etde between.
i tshe plantation neople and the heal
calces at Seattle.
Departures tram. Honolala.
Satardayv Jan. IT.
Aa. hkt, Jasi Johnson. Beanickei
for the SountL
Aau schr; H. D. Beadlxoa. QIescn.i
tsr the Sound:
T. K. 5. Aaerica, 3Cara. Goingi for
tiae Orfent; at 5i3Q p. a..
for This Fori
Another Circular F
and his assailant was a Japuaese
employed In the fireroom of the ves
sel. Several days after leaving Yoko
hama the men were under the Influ
ence of liquor and had some words
which led to blows. During the quarrel
the fireman drew a knife and attack
ed Yamada, stabbing him in the
thigh, in the left arm and slashing
him across the heart. But for several 1
other members of the crew who went!
to his assistance, Yamada might have'
been stabbed to death.
He was laid up in the ship's hospi-'
tal for several days, with twenty-four
stitches taken in his wounds. He isl
on board the vessel now, rapidly re
covering, and it is not likely that any
charge will be preferred against the
man who did the stabbing.
The America Maru sailed for the
Orient at 6.30 yesterday afternoon,
taking but little freight at this port,
and the following passengers: E. Ed
wards, A. W. Jlaphel, Chas. Dutton.
John H. Lang. Net Black and M. G.
T XTECT rTDfTTT I'D '
LAI JIM OlfluULAli
FOREIGN AMBASSADORS PLAINT
Pnnii.k nininmtc Cu.il. Aiexanaer. jieue AUCIUU, J.
Mli Wlf.IWIIt.lfl JtJ I
... . .. .
Snipping Masters Entice
Sailors Away from Their Vessels,
Must Arrest Deserters. - .. j
p. Blueth, A. P. Bozio, Francis
t Brown. Geo. Brown, J. Bunth, Mrs
Following th approval of Collector Bunth. W. Bnrd. A. J. Campbell, a S.
I of Cuctoms Stackable's ruling, by the
treasury department, that deserters
of foreign vessels are to be consider
ed as alien immigrants, comes anoth
er ruling by the treasury department
by which it is asked that local au
thorities co-operate to effect the re
turn of the men to their vessels and
in that connection the Secretary calls '
attention to that section of the Revis-
ed Statutes which makes it incum-
bent on state and county officers, as
well as those of municipalities, to
arrest deserting sailors from ships of
foreign nations and detain them until
their vessel is ready to go to sea. j
This last circular of the Secretary '
Lfrom. the Treasury Department was
bcght aboHt by compiaints made Grant Horner. A. Docse. Miss Mag
at th stat denartment bv the Gar- 5i Enos. Geo. Hons and daoghter.
man and English. Ambassadors in re
gard to' the desertions of sailors of
those nationalities at Pacific ports
from Portland to Hocoisis. The
diplomats say that the men are In
duced to desert by shipping masters
to ship on other resets; tints working
a hardship sn the owners of the ves-
I sel left without a crew.
SHIPPL5K SEWS XST SOTES.
The stean-r Eureka wffi saa
Kahuloi en ifcndaT merniasr.
The America Mara sailed toe the
Orient at t;3tt p. m.- yesterday even
ing. The next maS Sar cae Caosi wffi
go by the Akuneda ae Wass4ay
The ship Benjamfa SewaS has keen
repaired and Is not nw fcaSfeg. She
wiK proceed an her vsyage
beginning: cf nixt weak.
The shins Sence. S. D. Carfewn
and Langdale got shcaugii dsseharging
yesterday afternoon: ami wiU lake te
baHasr torncrra marning;
Cantain O. Bsffesen arrived here en
the Alameda, tn take cennnanrf of the
Island schooner Faante Aiete. which
wis sail for the ecast in a few da-cs. .
Arrivals at ffonolnln.
Satnrda-. Jan. U
TL K. K. America: Mara. Going; ?
I days and. S hours frnux San Franciscn.
Scs. Kinaa. Freeman, from ESol
Sc&c Eclipse. TowzEsad. fronx Ha
Str. Waialeale PUtn. fronu Shloau.
Lekasu Da weri frmn. Manli porta.
aFA'TT.S CLOSE MOXDATPOEOTHEEISiDS
Halawa. Pelekuna, Waiiau and '
May close earlier.
COAST A3sT FOREIGN TEASELS IN PORT.
Arrived f VessaJ.
Dec IQIReuce, ship J Whitmore.
- 20iGeo. a Tobey Gore
" 21 J S. D. Carleton. shIpAmesbury
" 23 Irragard. bkt Schmidt..
" 23 1 Cevlon. bk. IWiller ...
George Curtis, snip.; uamoun
Honoipu. schr. Oisen
Klikitat. bkt I Cutler
Alden Bessie, bk.-.JMackie
Benjamin Sewall, sh Hackf eld
Robert Lewers. schi
Underwood 1 Allen
C. D. Bryant, bk.. . . 4
31 1 Hesper, bk. . .
1 j Florence, ship
2 1 Amelia, bkt- 1 Wilier
2 j Geo. C. Perkins. bkt. Jensen
3 l Andrew Welch Drew
Prince Louis, sh... iEUefsen..
Eureka, str. (Weedon..
Alameda, str. ' Herriman
Helene. schr. Christiansen JStream j San Francisco.
j U. s! S. Iroquois Rodman
Mean Temperature 70.7.
Minimum Temperature 67.
Maximum Temperature 75.
Barometer 30.07; 'steady.
Mean Dew Point rS.
Mean Relative -Humidity 64
Forecast for Today.
Moderate northeast winds;
weather; except, perhaps,
AT DIAMOND HEAD
Diamond Head, 10 p. m. Weather
clear. Wind light, north.
Passengers Who Arrived.
P.er str. James Makee. Jan. 10, from
Hanamaulu. Dr. E. C. Waterhouse.
P. Rice and 3 deck.
Fer su HonSkn? Maru. Jan. 10.
from the Orient. F. R. Lehmann.
Lau Sing Chong. Lau Kau Chew,
Lee See, Youg Koou Sai.
1 Per str. Alameda,
Francisco: S. T.
Jan. 10, from San
Anderson, .Mrs. Anaerson, k. Arras.
., . , .,,. . ,. r,
Mrs. Arras and child, J. Baker, Rer.
jr. e. Banham. E. R. Bath,
Baughman. O. Bellessen. J. H
demons. J. Dtareth, Mrs. Deltorelh.
Per stmr. America Maru, Jan. 11.
from San Francisco. W- F. Brown
ing. F. W. Fox and Mrs. F. W. Fox.
Per stmr. Kinau. from Hilo and
way ports. Jan. 11. C. Hedeman. P.
Peck. R. Lishman. T. E. Wall. A. T.
Fox. John Hind. John Maguire. A-
1 Tipl-hnrn i I. RtnU R W AtfclE-
son- a HarrT ood' A-
fcimpson. A. J. Warner. Aaam Ljnc
say. H. O. Isenberg. A. L. Louisson.
Mrs. A. G. Serrao, M. K. Cook, C
E. Blakow. Mrs. Duncan. W. W.
-j wiUie HaiIr G. H. ETans,
Easier Gordon Norrie. M. G. San.-
na and wife. Mr. Epa ami daughter.
c Hansen. H. T. Christiansen. C .
Taknant and wife. W. Flanders.
Fang Pia. Capt. H. Berger and the
band. SI deck passengers.
Passengers Who Sailed
Per str. Hongkong Mara. Jan. 1.
for San Frandscoi Gastave Braefce.
Chin Fuk Tai. St. Com. H. T. CfeaTer I
TJ- S. N Mrs. M. Coleman. .Mrs. A
' Forrest. A. S. Foster. C. Wilson
. FraakeL W. R. 3Iarden. ilrs. E. 3f .
'", Ferter. 3Irs. H. W. 3Ierritt. C "W.
i Janes! J. Quack. Mrs. X. Robinson,
s.John Refeen. 3rs. A. Sherwood. L.
' Ssoruearink. L. Storaehrink. Jr .
3Ilss R. Stnraebrink. Mrs. C W.
Vanc D. J. Wallace, A H. Whit
ney. L. S. Wat. W. Ukoa. S P
Yfa. and 233 Asiatic steeragK.
Per sene America 3Iara. Jan. 1L
Far Hongkang J. Nf Anderson. 3Ir3-
;j. X. Anderjcn and cfcfid. M. E.
G Asay. 3f3. Et G. Asay. Mrs. P G.
tAnsKirsnm 5ffes PHi Ri-rrr Xfrs V
L Cce. 3fr. Lee Dun. Mrs. R. S. Dod-
son, 3ascer- J. H. Dotisoa. 3r Chen f
Ten Gee. E. B. Ecnr, Mr H B. f
Hcnt. Miss R- Hrtn. 3Irs. H. H. f
J&nsame. A J. Ssnnedy. Miss K. I
Kennedy. L S. Masam, Henri ScMff-
mnnn. Miss Ida Thompson. B- L Wesr,
Heraerc West. Harold West. For r
Shft-gJn L X DenmX. Dr. Reson. W ,
Paimhors. Rev. w K. Lacy. 3r3 3
K Won. Mrs. W. G. Lyman. Miss
M. WBson. r chikiren. Miss a W5T-
son. Fbsr Tbkocama Wi C. Fitch.
Gr. D. 3rorgan. J. W". Grace. H. T-
O'Brien, A Graener. John Stahlefora.
SL Ewahara. W EL SalHvaa. T. &a-
ka. E. W. Stover: D Mc3imey. W
Vessels Dae Todaj-
Str. MTkahIa. from EawHTwt. due. f
Sg Gaaiae, from. Mani porta, due. V
4:30 p. m. 5:00 p.m.,
Brewers ... f Pt. Townsend.
Irmgard ESaa Francisco.
Railroad ... JTacoma
Stream i S3n Francisco
Old Fishmrkt j Hilo
Brewers .... !
Puget Sound .
Puget Sound ..
..... Sorensons ..
Navy Whf 1 . .
I Railway puget Sound.
Allen Puget Sound.
Xavy No. 2. . I Puget Sound.
Brewers J San Francisco.
Stream Puget Sound.
Brewers j Seattle.
Oceanic f San Francisco.
i Naval row . . Stationary.
SUN. AIOO. ASTD sea
. ,..,,. X t
r& M5 its' ?!
l K -j' . S
i i I
1.9 l.Xt' 7.12 9.02
fl.JO 5 SJ 3.M
2.0! 2.15! T.; 9.37 6.0 5.3
5.3j I 19 J
J.O' 2.S-, S.25 10.10 6.0 5.33 5
9 3.36 2.0 3.J2 9.1010 K6.IM.ri 6 2J
Fr! ..l0 l.O
!0 1 22.11.05 9. 10 6.10 3.3S 6.32
Sat.. 11' t It 1.9. 5.1011 40 10.it 6.40,5.37 7.4 J
Sua .;i2 s.k i.s 5.5? i2.n li.ia 6 40)5.37 s.3c
Moi . 13i 3 V,- 1.7 6.53 U
6 4W3.3S 9.29
At Honolulu from San Francisco or
Aorangi January 18
Peking January IS
Ventura January 22
Gaelic January 2S
Alameda February 1
Hongkong Man; 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
Alameda March 15
Coptic March 22
Ventura March 26
America Maru March 23
Alameda April 5
Peking April 5
Gaelic April 15
Hongkong Maru April 22
Alameda ....April 25
China April 30
Honolulu for San Francisco or
Alameda January 15
China January 20'
Sierra ...January 21
Doric January 21
Alameda February 5
Nippon Maru ..'. February 8
Sonoma .................February 11 .
Peru .; February 15
Coptic February 25
Alameda February 25
America Mara March 4
Ventura 3rarch 4
Peking 3rarcb 12
Alameda 3Iareh 13
Gaelic 3Iarch 22
Sierra . 3f arch 25
Hongkong 3Iara .March 23
Alameda April &
An Attack cf Pneumonia Warded Off.
, "Some time ago ay daughter caught
; a severe cokL She complained of pains
in hex chest and had a bad cough. I
gave ner Chamoerlaina Cough Rem
edy according to di reetiou3 and in two
day3 she was well and aWe to za ia
school. I have ufsl this remedy la
217 tam fly Tor tne pa3t seven jnzrs
and have never known, it to falL" say3
James Prendergast, merchant. Annoc
to Bay, Jamaica, West India Islands,
The pains in the chest Indicated an
approaching attach of pneumonia,
which in this instance was nadonbted-
; ly warded o2 hr Chamberlain's Ccugn
Remedy It counxeracta any tendency
f at a cold toward pneumonia. Sold hy
aH dealers and dmggidt3. Esson.
Smith & Co.. agnt3 for Kawajs.
l pppK mmlm. ItV
KUJ TlUie A SrClALTY, 1
As a Residential Suburb
Is attracting lots of attention sinoo the
Rapid Transit Co., builUhoir axtoitsion.
See the Gulick Tract
Before buying building lots fclsowheres
a beautiful locality healthy ovory
facility, electric cars, wnto laid, te. j
Easy terms of payment apply '
MRS. S. H. GULICK,
F. O- SOX A1S. v
1 1, ;-.::': :, .' ' v. ; ' " rv : -: ::::::: :,.,yT- -, n .1,,1, ,
Oceanic Steamship Co.
The steamers of this line will arrive and learc this port as berattader
FROM 8AN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCI3CO.
Wed Jan. 22
Sac, Feb. 1
Wed., Feb. 12
..Sat., Feb. 22
Wed., Mar. E
Sat.. Mar. 15
VENTURA Wed, Mar.
ALAMEDA Sat.. April
aiKKKA weti., April lb
.ALAMEDA Sat. April 36
In connection with the sailing of
prepared to Issue to Intending paaaongera COUPON THROUGH TICK
by any railroad from San Francisco to all poinU In th United SHirt
and from New York by any steamship line to all European porta.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental S. S. Go. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above Companies will rail at Honolulu and 1t thl
port on or about the dates below m'ntkmed.
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
UA tLlj m .A 2
HONGKONG MARU FEB. 6
CHINA FEB. 14
DORIO FEB. 22
NIPPON 31 ARU MAR. 4
PERU MAR. 12
COPTIC MAR. 20
AMERICA MARU MAR. 28
PEKING APRIL C
GAELIC APRIL 15
HONGKONG 3IARU APRIL 22
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
I II IP .1 I. .11.1. II. I .! .H BMM -.HMHM ,
Royal Mail Line.
Steamers of the abore line Tinning In onn'-J.-i wfh rh CA'fAOtAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vaavi7-r B C . a ad 3jr6pwy
N.SW., and calMng at Victoria, BC. and HoaoSi:. and BflftbavM, 0., irs
DUE AT HONOLULU
From Vancouver and Victcrta for
Brisbane and Sydney
. AORANGI JAN. IS
MOANA FEB. 15
On or about iki dates stated abov.
THP.OUGH TICKET3 haaed froa HosoroJi '.o Caaada. TJaiVd &Ut
For Freight and Pa;?'". and all garal J.'oraf on, aply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.r
NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
VIA PACIFIC COA3T.
T3E $?ia3fi 1EW SIUL STE1ME33-
S. S, 0rego5I.i5, C000 tons, to -a;l aboQt Dr. 20.
5. S CxLixOftsuSr 8000 krss, to sail about Jattiia
S. S American, QQQ0 Uraer to aeif ajl Flniary.
From San Francisco for Hooolitia, S, S. Btarf
3000 iaaSr sail January 4th, 1902.
Frefghc yecefvM at CcS3a73
Brooklyn, ar ail times.
Fcr Sxrawr Parccara AKiy to
C ?, MORS General Frt&t Amt,
1 Goo I
d.. Jan 15
.. Jan 31
WL, Feb 5
i tMMA r 9v. X 1
6 ALAMEDA WL. Mar 9
6 SIERRA Tft.. Mar -,
alajikda WmL. Apt 9
SONOMA Ta A awi' :'
ATmVMBDA , Wi, Arll 11
VENTURA Tbv. May
the above steamer Um aRBU ntt
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
CHINA JAN :-)
DORIC JAN 31
NIPPON MARU tlSU I
PERU POT 21
COPTIC ilAJt 4
AMERICA 31 ARU MAR. H
PEKING . . .MAIL 1
GAELIC MJJt !
HONGKONG 3IARU APItll. I
From Sydney and Bchbaz Uf
Victoria and Vancouver
MOA.VA AJT Ik
wharf. Peri7-s"oai 3fcr, SMCa
& Co., Ltd.