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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1902.
ARK STAR OF 8
HUES M NEWCASTLE WITH COAL
- - . . .
Mix Up Between the Crew During the Voyage
Has a Good Passage Ow and Sailors Fit lor a Diversion.!
I III III fill! I
P NDV5 01 HOMOS 111 N8BI
MAILS CLOSE TODATPOE THE COAST.
San Francisco j Atameda 2:00 p.m. 3X0 p. m.
Vancouver ... f Moana j U:CO J m. ( 12ncon.
Maui ports Lehua 4:00 .p m. J 5:00 p.m.
COAST AjSD FOREIGN VESSELS EST PORT.
Wharf. ( Destination.
Captain Ulberg Bnn
Oner a Dozen
Vessels are on tie fc
Th American bark Star of Ben
.BaL Captain Ulberg. arrived from
Newcastle, Australia, yesterday after
noon after a voyage of GO days. Dur
ing her trip, one of tho deck spars
got loose and smashed things before
the yard coukl be secured again.
Several of the allors got into a fight
during the voyaga and one of them
wa thrown to the deck and his back
Jwrt. He is Mill on the sick list.
The Star of Bengal made a good
poMge to this port Captain Ulberg
ray that the bark Sonoma left there
eight days before him and the Ameri
can barkenCines "Wrestler and News-
boy and the Chilean bark Alta two,
days before, all bound for Honolulu.
The last time he was here, Captain
Ulberg was in command of the Abble
Palmer, pn her way to the Sound in '
ballast, the bark was in collision with
one of the Empress steamers and got
badly damaged. As a result of the
accident Captain Ulberg lost his com
mand and went to San Francisco. j
"When on her way to Australia the,
Star of Bengal put into San Francisco j
in distress. Her captain was very!
sick and In need of medical attend-1
ance. A pilot went on board and the
vessel stood off San Francisco Vhile
the captain was taken ashore in a
The owners of the Star of Bengal
offered the berth to Capain Ulberg,
and he accepted it, and went on a tug
to find his vessel. For three days the
lug cruised around looking for the
bark, which was finally found, and
Captain Ulberg relieved tho pilot and
took charge of his new command.
The following vessels are either
loading at, or on their way from New
castle for Honolulu:
Sonoma, CS days out; "Wrestler, 62
days; Newsboy, 62 days; Alta, 62
days; Inca, 54 days; Golden Shore, 47
days; Jas. Rolph, 49 days; Peter Ire
dale, 49 days; Man- L. Cushing, 29
days; Pactolus, Metha Nelson, Alum
na and King Cyrus loading.
tho Marine railway, her speed has TfflWITT YJiCJiT CT TIB'S
been considerably increased. HAH All 1R)HI ULUU O
! Tl,n vocenlc nf ihn Pnitrnnil whnrf
ere gaily decorated yesterday in
FOR OTHER PORTS'..
honor of Captain Splrer's birthday.
KINAU A new crew signed articles on uie
THE DATE FIXED IS JANUARY 26.
BIG CROWD TO SEE THE
I Reuce vesterday. The men were de-1
livercd on board bv Lewis and Turk . ,:,. T u '.
clu.. ;tml.n Hot Aw.iv Yesterdav " " !"'
, ,-w ,- .-...- - . y y HBI, J ,,.An.nnlt1f r 41 . Tifirl
Rence. ship . jWhitinore Brewers ..
Geo. C Tobey Gore jlrmsard
S. D. Carleton, ship Amesburv , Railway
Irmgard. bkt ' Schmidt JStream
Ceylon, bk. Wilier Old FIshmrkt
Honoipu, schr. Olsen Allen
Alden Bessie. bk....f3Iackie jFort stream.
Benjamin Se wall, sh I Hackf eld ' Stream
Robert Lewers, schii Underwood (Allen
C. D. Bryant, bk.... J Colley JSorensoas ..
Joseph Russ J Petersen Navy Wall ..
Langdale, ship j Hunter Railway
Hesper, bk. jFriis Railway ....
Florence, ship .... Spacer -Railway
Amelia, bkt. .Wilier f Allen
Geo. C. Perkins, bkt.: Jensen I Navy No. 2. .
Andrew Welch IDrew j Brewers
Prince Louis, sh... Ellefsen I Stream
Eureka, str. : . .! Weedon I Brewers
Alameda, str. jHerriman j Oceanic
Helene schr. I Christiansen ISorenson's...
Star of' Bengal. bk..rUlberg Stream
j Ft. Townsend.
Puget Sound .
Puset Sound . .
I San Francisco.
j Puget Sound.
jU. S. S. Iroquois Rodman j Naval row ..Stationary.
Ms a Residential Suburb
Is -attracting lots of attention since the
Rapid Transit Co., built their extension.
See the Gulick Tract
Before buying buildii g lots elsewhere,
a beautiful locality healthy, every
facility, electric cars, wate- laid, etc.
Easy terras 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.
Mean Temperature 71.7.
Minimum Temperature 66.
Maximum Temperature 77. -
Barometer 30.05; rising.
Mean Dew Point 62.3.
Mean Relative Humidity 73 "
North-east free to 0.
Forecast for Today.
Light winds, fair weather, tendency
AT DIAMOND HEAD
Diamond Head, 10 p. m. Weather
clear. Wind light; north-east.
TXrxi- Jr. MfntTfaccInfT rut tit.- Tonifio '
uin. ia jHUbi -c.it u wiu ..w (
Japanese tvangcsi uauscu mc.-j Ma dock and by th(J Ume another
riment by Preaching to the Crowd j steamer arrives from the Coast it will
Many Passengers Leave Honolulu. ! be rat proof.
Captain Piltz. of the schooner
Five inland steamers and one Searles, which is discharging at Elee
Pchooner departing and the arrival ofjle. was in town yesterday and went
a deep water ship was the record of i back on the Claudine.
yauterdny's shipping along the water-! The Longshoremen's Union will
front. I have a big meeting at the Drill Shed
Th V!Mr amor. Kinau. Can- "8 evening to periect meir organ
tain Freeman, cast off her lines ex
actly at noon and left for Hilo and
Hawaii ports with a large listof pas-flungurs.
Competition The Prince Cupid
Yacht to Take Part in Race.
Will Start on Saturday.
ization and elect officers. All Ameri-
j can citizens are eligible to member
ship, and H. Kauwahu, the acting
secretary, extends an invitation to all
the stevedores to be present tonight.
THE SHIP FLORENCE
Number of Skippers Present at the
Dinner Table and Have a Jolly
Good Time Songs, Yarns and
Music During Best Part of Night
A jolly company of mariners joy-
Tho usual big crowd had congre-,
Rated on the Wilder's wharf.and sef-' mjICT AU
ing tho many farewells exchanged., UlnlHl; A I rHAM Url
tho hundreds of handkerchiefs agi
tated and the number ofwomen crying
it seemed as if the Kinau was going
to some far-away country. j
Much amusement was caused by a'CAPT. SPICER IS ENTERTAINING
bright Oriental passenger, undoubt-i
wily a Japanese, who had secured a
megaphone and shouted verses of the
Bible to the crowd assembled on thej
wharf. "Follow me and you will bej
saved." "I am the salvation and the;
life." "Come to Christ," wore phrases i
which succeeded each other from the'
Hn of the Japanese evangelist. As'
the Kinau was rounding tho Young fuU braced e moinyard last night
Brothers headquarters, a formidable j ou baru the American ship Florence.
"God bless you" was transmitted over , Captains Amesbury, Whitmore and
the waters by the sonorous mega-1 Calhoun did the pulling on the star
phone. A prominent local missionary board side of the dining room table,
was hoard to make the following re- while Captains Rasmussen, Sigel
mark to a. friend as they were leaving, hurst and Swenson had charge of the
the wharf: "I think we shall have to, port B,de Captain Sp5cer, lhe popu.
stop sending evangelists to Japan, j ,ar master of lhe Floreace was at
now that the uptOHlate, Orientals are; the wheo, successfulI 8teercd
bare expounding the Bible to us. . , ...
. ,, . ,. . his company through an evening of
The gasoline schoonor Eclipse got. ,
away at 3 o'clock for Lahalna and was ; jo' and P,easure-
followed half an hour later by the L,Yterda was P'3-11 sPIcer's
,, , , ,. , . . . ' birthday. In honor of the day all the
Jamos Makee for Hanamalu and Ahu-, ... ' ... "l. ...' " . ,.
skippers had "dressed their ships'
Wal s I and relegated the log books into the
Tho steamers Claudine. Mikahala.", darkest corners of the cuddy. For
Noeau sailed promptly at 5 o'clock, last night's proceedings on board the
and had a lively race out of the har-j Florence were not to be related in
bor. All the island steamers carried the best and truest book in the world
large numbers of passengers and full ater the Bible.
( As soon as the wmstles of Hono
; lulu gave the sfgnal that 3 o'clock
. . , '. . , ! had come and that it -was time to
MlirPIMiMiWS AXU NOTES. i change watches, a crowd of skippers
" j boarded the Florence and told the
The moonlight cruise of the Hawaii
Yacht Club will take place on Sun
day, January 26th, around the Ford
Island course. The trophy which
was presented to the club some time
ago by H. W. Armitage will be offered
Under the conditions imposed by
the donor, the trophy has to be won
twice before it becomes the property
of the yacht. The trophy consists of
a section of a life buoy reproduced
in regulation materials and fastened
on an oak panel.
All the third class boats will be out
for the race with the possible excep
tion of the Hihimanu. Pressure will
be bronught to bear on Albert Water
house to allow somebody to sail his
boat for him as he cannot be present
A lively contest is expected to take
place between the Princess and the
Myrtle for the possession of the
The other boats which will take
part in the race are the Vi-kee,
Shamrock. Pirate, Oio and Skip.
Commodore Hobron calls for a large
turnout for the occasion. The cruise
will start pn Saturday afternoon, Jan
nary 25th, from the regular moorings
near the boat houses.
Arrivals at Honolulu.
Tuesday, January 14.
Am, bk. Star of Bengal, Ulberg, 60
days from .Newcastle.
S. S. Moana, Carey, from the Colon
ies, at 6:30 p. mJ
Departures from Honolulu.
Tuesday, January 14.
Str. Kinau, Freeman, for Hilo and
way ports at noon.
Str. Claudine, Parker, for Maui
ports at 5 p. m.
Str. Mikahala, Gregory, for Kauai
at 5 p. m.
Str. Nbeau, Pederson. for Lahaina.
San Francisco F. A. Bowman, S.
Drake, Mr. Kaiser, W. H. Mixer. W.
H. Roche, A. A. Young, Miss E. May,
Mrs. G. L. Brown, Mrs. S. J. Stone,
W. H. Swain, E. S. Boyd, J. Nepel.
L. de Patti, A. Levy. S, Levy, F. Gil
lespie, T. J. McCabe, P. Patrizio, Mr.
Mehrten, B. R. Banning, R. J. Breitz
mann, S. T. Alexander, W. M. Alex
ander, C. 11. Lymburg and wife, Mr.
and Mrs. Fether, Mrs. Haywood, I.
Y. Doane and wife. J. E. Tucker, H
Harrison, AV. B. Flansburg, S. Peiser,
Miss R. Miller, J. P. Allen, Miss Col
burn, Mrs. E. Cooke.
Per S. S. Moana, January 15 for
Victoria and Vancouver Mrs. E.
Smith, J. H. Katton, James Murray.
H. C. Harrison, Fred Smith. C. H.
Eichler. P. J. Noll. Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Duval and child, Mr. and Mrs. E.
L. Neuman, Mrs. M. Judge and two
children. Miss M. Cooley, Miss L. M.
Parker, H. D. Clarke, Mrs. F. J.
Mallet, A. J. Proper.
Passengers Who Sailed
For Hilo and way ports, per str.
Kinau, January 14. P. J. Walsh, R.
Rycroft, Miss E. Lynian. Miss A.
Forbes, Mrs. C. D. Green, G. W.
Green, T. B. Thomhill, Miss E Wil
liams. F. Richards and wife, A.
J. Campbell. J. McGunn. P. Peck,
M. Koga, R. Tanita, S. Iwasaki, T. J.
Keda, J. K. Kapaale. Mrs. F. G. Rew
castle. Mrs. Barnard. P. C. Buzzle,
W. Green arid wife. Miss Green, R. L.
Auerbach, H. L. Williams, Joe Me
deiros, H. T- Marsh, Mrs. H. Sharp
and two children, P. Bluett. Arthur
Peel. Miss McMillan, Miss Lucy
Woods. Sam Gorlinsky, Theo. Woolf,
John Hind. Geo. W. Hind. A. W. Pear
son and wife; Paul Jarrett, wife and
two children; L. A. Thurston. John
Boyle. M. D. Hall, Mrs. A. B. Robin
son. Miss Kate Kelly, Miss M. Ka
noho. For Maui ports, per str. Claudine.
January 14. H. P. " Baldwin. S. T.
Alexander, J. N. losepa. Mrs. K. Ka
lomoku. Mrs. W. von Seggern, George
Hons. J. Batchelor, J. R. Decoto, H.
A. Baldwin, C. Hedemann, J. G. An
drews, Tong Young.
BIG MACHINERY ORDERS.
The Eureka will sail today for Ka-' tevedores that they were relieved Kaanapali. Honokaa and Kukuihaele
kMjBj ; iae uut. ine yams were oracea at 5 p. m.
j square, the sails furled man-o'-wsrf e.-'i' -vt,-- t ...
The schoonor Mo! Wahine will sail! style, and everything put in ship-' ,! Z f " ' "
tiuiixr fnr Pnn i e,.a , 4 ...... ..., .. .i namaulu and Ahukmi at 4 n. m.
The GerB 8M,, As U .' ' -. . f dipse T0 d, jj -- 'L t
to ina "efipf" I riovMnnrf nftor. : """. """"'. Jiafcena. tvajiua. M-i " " 4.-t... ume mv;
.! t i ! nnnn.-vn otiA UnVn. -.
Honolulu Iron Works Rushed With
Work for Several Plantations
The Honolulu Iron Works of this
city has of late been rushed with or-
out from Hatnhunr.
Wardfi that tha cbtnTuarv har imiu
The Tlllle E. Starbuc Is 17 d.ys'3nd kind hfarts soetlmes Mdthe
out from San Francisco. , orders given to the "cheT" were to
The ship S. D Carleton will sail for. tne effect that a share of the good
the Sound on Saturday. j things in store there should be giv-
ft. iiit u . i .. ... "a to the crew.
The Mikahala left on the Hall's. Tv. K.. ,, . .. .
m,.t . voi .., ., .. Tlle bPP" comprised all the dell-
route to Ksual yesterday afternoon. -,-.,. of (hn w., mrt 0a .
- .w. -.-. M.nv.. ouu fuuiv;
poopoo and Hokena at 3 p. in'.
The Royal Mail steamer Moaaa will of the older skippers took a hand in! Francisco at 3 p a
sail at noon today for Victoria, B. C..18 conversation and told yarns qtr 't.. v" .
Cf T ..V..- X- t- r .-. . I
!. , . ... i " .aiuii, .iauu4M. lor .Maui noru
r-i... . .. . Hiuizn would navp manp a u-hiio.'e i - ;
xav u. a., a. .Transport Thomas v. . . TV . " " """"" i at 5 o. m.
. .. ij .uuu viil iiio UHUi
plant is busily engaged In getting out
the milling machinery intended for a
nine-roller mill for Hana anrt Pahala
j plantations. The works are also turn
ing out three cane crushers for the
From HilO comes th Infnrmatlnn
O. S. S. Alameda. Herriman. for San j that the Puna Sugar Company of Ha-
wali soon will place an order with the
Vessels Sailing Today.
G. X. Co.'s S. S. Eureka for Kahului,
in the afternoon.
sails today from San Francisco for'
ilCJIlUlIIIU- ' ,... ...
j 10 "-nends Across the Sea." to "Ab-
Several hundred tons of supplies sent Skippers." and others,
for the training ship Mohican have ar-j Captain Rasmussen had brought
rived at this port. I OTer hts Phonograph and it was near-
. Since the prl. ,M -r.t. -. ' J.lght be"S whea he va told to go
r.M a w, ,vay bacb st d(Jwn i
local iron works for a mill costing
Thora n t : JOt.J. Inautrv. howerpr MWfwl
"-- "-iV 1 0 -, . I - -T .
Sweethearts and Wives." - a' Jloana. v.arey. ro- ancouver. the informaUon' that nothine would i
in the afternoon.
be done by the Pnna people until the
return of B. F. Dillingham from a
business trip to the Coast.
Per S. S. Alaaeda. January 1. for JSjZS'? ??
STJjS", MOOIS", A2SD SEAiETTURA Wed., Jan. 22
! ALAMEDA Sat.. Feb. 1
f PrlSIERRA Wed., Feb. 12
ALAMEDA Sat., Feb. 22
SONOMA Wed., Mar. 5
ALAMEDA Sat.. Mar. 15
VENTURA Wtd.. Mar. 26
IStfM. I AliAJiJUliA ......... ...SilU, JipiU 9
SIEKKA wed., April lb
ALAMEDA Sat, April 26
a.tn.j Ft. p.m. p.m.1
13 SM 1.7 6.53 12 50-
6.10 5.3?. 9.30
6.40! 1.5" 7.46; 1.30 0.10 6.10 5.33 10.31
7.0s 1.3, 8.53i 2.13!
10.07! 1.1 3.2J 3.W.
11.14 1.6, 9 30 3.55
1.23 6.40'5.39 11 19
2.52 6.40 5.40 a m.
1.3S 6.10 5.41 0.15
10.41 4.50 6.12 6.40 5.11,1.12
Sua . 19' 0.15 1.S 11.58 5.40 7.23 6 40,5.42 2.13
I i I p.m.j (
Mr. 'JO' 1.0S. 2 0 l.l2! 6 401 S.IS'6 M 5 iV 3.13
First quarter of the moon on the
16th at S:0S p. m.
At Honolulu from San Francisco
Peking .....; January
Ventura . . . , January
Hongkong Maru ....... .February
Nippon Maru March
America Maru March
Gaelic '. April
Hongkong Maru April
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA Wed., Jan. 15
SIERRA Tuei, Jan. 21
ALAMEDA Wed., Feb. 5
SONOMA Tues.. Feb. 11
ALAMEDA Wed, Nov. 26
VENTURA Tues., Mar. -i
ALAMEDA Wed., Mar. 19
SIERRA Tues.. Mar. 25
ALAMEDA Wed., April 9
SONOMA Tues., April 15
ALAMEDA Wed, April Id
VENTURA Tues.. May
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 Statee
and from New York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental $.$. Go. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
1 Steamers of the above Companie
sport on or about the dates below m
, FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
PEKING JAN. IS
GAELIC JAN. 2S
HONGKONG MARU FEB. 6
NIPPON MARU MAR. 4
AMERICA MARU MAR. 28
PEKING APRIL 5
'GAELIC APRIL 15
(HONGKONG MARU APRIL 22
S Will call at Honolulu anil loam M.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
CHINA jav "
DORIC JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU FEB
AMERICA MARU MAR.
HONGKONG MARU APRIL
. TO DEPART
From Honolulu for San Francisco or
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
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
A Reliable Remedy for Bowel Trou
bles. Rev. J. M. Yingling. pastor of the
Bedford St. M. E. Church, Cumber
land, Ind.. U. S. A., says: "It af
fords me great pleasure to recom
mend Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. I have used
it and know others who have never
known it to fail." For sale by all
dealers and druggists. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for Hawaii.
Royal Mail Line.
Steamers of the above line running in connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney.
N.SW., and calling at Victoria, B.C., and Honolulu, and Brisbane, 0., aro
DUE AX HONOLULU
From Vancouver and Victoria for From Sydney and Brisbane for
Brisbane and Sydney Victoria and Vancouver
AORANGI JAN. 13 MOANA JAN H
MOANA FEB. 15
On or about the dates stated above.
THROUGH TICKETS Issued from Honolulu to Canada, United Statea
and Europe. flXM
For Freight and Passage, and all general information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVTES & CO.,
Up-to-date job printing at The Rv '
publican office. Phone 21S.
J3LOJSOJJUJLrJj9 H. I.
Phue Mm KB.
ISLAND TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Ilmericaq-Hawaiian S. S. Co
NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
VIA PACIFIC C0A8T.
TIE SPLENDID MEW STEEL STEillES-
S. S. Oregoxia.n, 6000 tons, to sal about Dec. 20.
1 55. S. California n, 6000 tons, to sail about Januarv
20, 1902. J
j S. S. American, 6000 tons, to sail about February.
I From San Francisco for Honolulu, S. S. Hvvdes
13000 tons, sail January 4th, 1902.
j Freight received at Company's wharf. Forty-second Street, Sooth ,
Brooklyn, at all times. ' ""'
For Further Particulars Apply to
i H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
t C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. AGENTS. HONOLULU.
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