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YESTERDAY FOR 1ST ITS
IMATL CLOSES TODATTOB OTHER ISLA3SDS.
Kctoa. Hanapepe, Eleele, Waimea J
and KekaSca Iwalani ...
Mall closes. Str.saHs !
.... 4:15 p. m. 5 p.m.
COAST AND FOREIGN TESSELS IS" POKT.
Captain.- J Wharf. ' " Destination.
Captain Carey Reports Meeting Strange Currents ::
, M 21
Gautain Pond Sails on lie Alameda-Has
a Good lord (or
of Honolulu-Hawaiian Band Plays Steamer OK.
Nail Put Back More.
T Oetaa Steaaers left Honolulu iced that she did not keep on her
yater4ay fr t lie CoL The Royal' course. The officers were at a loss
viatl Steamer Moana sailed at noon' to determine the cause of the devia
for Victoria, B. C , with the following tlon as there had not been any wind
Smith. J. H. Katton
H. C- Harrison. Mrs. II. C. Harrison.
Krwl Smith. C. H. Hichler. I. J. Noll,
.Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duval and child,
Mr and Mrs. E. L. Newman. Mrs. M.
Judge, .Miss M. Cooley, Miss L. M.
Parker. II. D. Clarke. Mrs. J. F. Mal
let and A. J. Proper.
New Current Discovered.
Captain Carey has made a report
which he will forward to the proper
officials at Ottawa on his arrival at
Victoria, reporting the discovery of a
Rence, ship JWhitmore fBrewers ... Ft. Townsend.
Geo. C Tobey. ?".... Gove ....' jlnnsarxl San Francisco.
S. D. Carfeton, ship Amesbary ..... .Sail way Tacorna
Irmgard. bkt Schmidt j Stream :San Francisco
Ceylon, bk. Wilier ., loid FisbmrkU Hilo
IHonoipu, schr. Olsen lAUea
-Aiaen uessie. OK....'iiacsie ....-... tort stream.
Colley jSorensons ..
Petersen NavyWhf 1 ..
JSpfcer s Railway Paget Sound.
Puget Sound .
In distress .....
Puget Sound ..
2S Benjamin Sewall. sh
" 29 Robert Lewers. schi
" 30 a D. Bryant, bk.. .
" 31 Joseph Russ
" 31 Langdale, ship
31 Hesper, bk.
Jan. 1 i Florence, ship
Amelia, bkt Wilier Allen Pnget Sound.
Geo. a Perkins, bkt 4 Jensen Navy 7o. 2.. Puget Sound.
Andrew Welch .... Drew JBrewers San Francisco.
Prince Louis, sh... JEllefsen Stream Puget Sound.
Helene. schr. Christiansen I Sorensons...J San Francisco.
Star of Bengal. bk..UIberg Stream (Puget bound.
he was promptly put ashore.
Captain Pond's Last Aloha.
Captain and Mrs. C. F. Pond were
among the passengers to the Coast,
passengers from Honolulu: Mrs. K-l to exert any unusual influence on the j and -were visibly affected at the
James Murray,; vesseL Observations in tne water thoughts of leaving behind so many
being made it was noticed that a cur- devoted friends. To a Republican re-
rent was running to the southward. ' porter. Captain Pond, with tears m
Alameda Sails at Four O'clock. i his eyes, dictated the following!
The Alameda was booked to sail at words: "Please ell the people ofj
3 o'clock, but It was fully four when Honolulu, that I carry away with me.'
she got away. A very large crowd j sweet and dear remembrances of my
of people were on the wharf to see three years residence in your lovely
uef off. ! city. I leave behind nothing but
Just as the quartermasters were go- friends and pleasant memories, and
ing to pull the gangway up, a woman j my dearest wish is to return once
arrived escorted by a native man and more to the Paradise of the Pacific
both were under the influence of liq- To the Republican and to the people
Js a Residential Suburb
: Is attracting lots of attention since the
,jgj itapia u. ransit uu., uuiu men ciivuijion.
See the Gulick Tract ,
Before buying buildii g lots elsewhere,
a beautiful locality healthy, every
facility, electric cars, wate laid, etc.
I v Easv terms of payment apply
-' ' MRS. S. 7L GULlCK,
, . F- O. BOX -415.
Alta. bkt Thronagle Stream.
Newsboy, bkt Chipperfield ... Allen
Golden Shore, schr. Rasmussen.... Stream..
Tillie Starbuck. shUI Curtis JBrewers.
Agnes, ship ,' Hemke A irmgard.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
TJ. S. S. Iroquois Rodman J Naval row . . Stationary.
new current in Southern waters. The! uor. The woman had to be carried ( of Honolulu I say. Au revoir but not
current is from west to southwest on board, and as soon as she reached ( good-bye. Aloha to all.';
and was experienced fully six or sev-' the dock she had an attack of hys- ( From two until four o'clock the
ut degrees further south than has ev-j terics. She cried and moaned till she Territorial band was in atendance on
W Ween known before. The equatorial ' put the band out of existence. An in-, the wharf, and, with its most lively
currents extend from 10 degres North ' vestigation being made by the officers airs, helped to make the departure
to 2 degres South. When the Moana ! of the vessel it was discovered that of the Alameda pleasant and joyful ;
was about 8 degres south It was not- her companion had no ticket and instead of sad and pathetic. )
Mean Temperature 71.7.
Minimum Temperature 63.
Maximum Temperature 78.
Barometer 30.10; rising.
Mean Dew Point 63.3.
Mean Relative Humidity 75.
Northeast; 3 to 1.
Forecast for Today.
Light winds and fair weather.
VENTURA Wed.. Jan. 22 SIERRA Tues.. Jan
STTTv "mfVNf ATsTD 5F A ALAMEDA Sat. Feb. 1 ALAMEDA Wed.. Feb. 6
SUJ.N, -UUUJ.N, .iMJ &iL SIERRA Wed., Feb. 12 SONOMA Tues.! Feb. 11
s: ALAMEDA bat., eo. ZZ AUAALEUA Wed.. Nor. 26
I? SONOMA Wed., Mar. 5 VENTURA Tues., Mar. 4
" AT lUPIli Sit XfnT- IS iT.JMPnj TT'.-.J r.. in
3g j CC &iu.wrt ........... .n..., .... .. ..M....a. ....... f cu.( .11 tu. if
i Frl ..
13 5 M l.. 6.33.U.W 6.10
G.401 1.5, 7.4G, 1.30 0.10,6.10,
7.2s 1.3 8.53
ii.rn.i i a.m.
10.07, 1.1 3.23 3.00 220.127.116.11
Mar. 15 ALAMEDA
VENTURA Wed.. Mar. 26
litALAMEDA Sat., April 5
SIERRA Wed April 15
ALAMEDA Sat, April 26
3.33 11 19
5.10 a m.
SIERRA Tues., Mar. 25
ALAMEDA Wed., April
SONOMA Tues.. April 15
ALAMEDA Wed, April 13
VENTURA Tues, May
1711.14 1.6 9 30 3.53
Is a.m.i 10.11 1.50
' t , j
,19 0.13, 1.8 11.38, 5.10
4.3S ,6 M) 5.41 0 15
ilo" 20 l.CS! 2 0 l.Oi1 f. 40 S.1S 6 40 3 13 3.13
t First quarter of the moon on the
In connection with the sallinc of the ahovn stpnmra rTio nn -r
6.12 6.4o's.ii' i.i2 prepared to Issue to intending passengers COUPON THROUGH TICKETS
Dy any rauroaa rrom ban tranc.sco to all points In the United States
and from New York by any steamsh lp line to all European ports.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
7.23 6 40,5.12 2.13
AT DIAMOND HEAD
16th at S:0S p. m.
Diamond Head, 10 p. m.
clear. Wind light, north.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
BUSTLE AND HURRY
COAL AND COAST SHIPS ARRIVE
rived vesterday. brought but
freight from Sau Francisco.
JTfiUr TUT "CD AWT' E(lward Fogarty, the popular Cus
ALUflll 1 Jtlii rHUni torn House man. left yesterday on
the Alameda for San Francisco. He
j will be away about five weeks.
The Ke Au Hou brought 3600 bags
of sugar from Honuapo yesterday.
GERMAN SHIP AGNES
ARRIVES FROM HAMBURG
I Departures from Honolulu. ! Aoransi January is
, Peking January IS
I i Ventura January 22
i Wednesday. Jan. 15. .Gaelic January
1 n.K c c -,t ,.. t.- , Alameda February
W.fl. .J. O. .UUUiiil. ViUltl. IUI 11." Unnrrl-nnn Mnm; TT,.l,-,, n -.. I?
.""bttuO ...UU bU.UUl- U
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
I Occidental and Oriental S. S. Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
toria. at noon.
Golden Shore Makes Fast Trip From
Newcastle Alta and Newsboy
Come From Same Port Tillie
E. Starbuck From Coast.
HAS MORE TROUBLE
WAS SIX MONTHS ON HER WAY
G. N. Co.'s S. S. Eureka, for Maui
ports, at 5 p. m.
O. S. S. Alameda, Herriman. for
San Francisco, at 3 p. m.
Schr. Lady, Nelson, for Koolau
First Mate Dies at Sea and His Body! Ports- at 3 p. m.
. Sloop Kaiulani,
is consigned to the Deep Agnes
Brings a Full Cargo-Sad
dent of the Voyage.
HALF CREW DESERTS THE SHIP
Sailors Claim Vessel is Short of
Provisions and in No Condition
to Sail More Men Are Premised
For This Morning.
TeBterday was a banner day along
the waterfront and thero was a con
tinual hustle on the wharves until
long after 5 o'clock. The two tug
boats had their hands full towing
ships iu and out of the harbor, and
many people were thnnkful that the
luc KIpii was out helnlnir the shin
Ing to go undelayed. An attempt wil be made to hare
Early yesterday morning and long he !.h,P Benjamin Sewall get away
before the sun had risen above thelf01; Fntle. Australia, sometime
boriton. the Chilean barkentine Alta toda-- She was ready o go to sea
,ppearol off the harbor. She had "ter,d'Y' but a th laShl m1mfnt
' . , ,., . .-, ,,.. ,, half of her crew deserted her, claim
made a good voyage of tl days from . ., . ., ,.. t
x-.e.L i .-e . i . .. nr ng that the vessel is short of provis-
Newcnstle, and was towed to an an- , . , .... ,,
n.nrnn. i s n, i.. u v ions and 'n n0 condition to sail.
chorage in the stream by the Fear- .. . TI , , . .
. Sailors are scarce in Honolulu just
now, especially ior a suip ime me ,
Shortly after the Alia had arrived Benjamln Sewan. Most of the men"
tMe American barkentine Newsboy. nshore are unlon men or coasters
also Gl days from tho same port ar- aud e3LlJect to ship aL union wage3
rived and the tug Eleu went out to . whIch are $33 a month, A decp wa
hor and brought hereto the Allen's ter ship pays $25 a month only and
harf where she was made fast sailors claim that on such vessels
IIUlll 1 UCIUCK UC lOllflUHHCU .),,. .lnn't rolW nrniwr frontmonf
i -,j i.w-- sww-.. -Vv fc ..aaw..
schooner Golden Shore
The German ship Agnes, Captain
Hemke, ended a long voyage of 151
days from Hamburg, Germany, when
Ehe made, fast to the Irmgard wharf
Like many other vessels that have
become acquainted with Cape Horn,
the German ship Agnes brought a
story to this port, a story of hard
times, rough weather and contrary
winds, culminating with the death of
The Agnes sailed from Hambury
162 days ago. On August 6 she went
ashore on the river Elba and was
floated on August Sth. On August
14 she passed Dungeness, North Ger
many, and on August 15 her voyage
had fairly begun. I
Across the English channel and the1
Atlantic ocean she had fine weather I
and fair winds, although occasional!
squalls were encountered. When i
for Pearl Harbor,
at 11 a. m.
Stmr. Lehua, Dower, for
and Maui ports, at 5 p. m.
Vessels Due Today
Moreover, nn arrivine nt Frepmnntlo
oft Diamond Head and came In about , tney wln be paid off and wages thcrc
ociock emung a magnincem pass--are oniy ?20 a month,
ag of 4S days from Newcastle. , Turk and Lewis have promised the
Shortly afterwards Diamond Head ( captain that he shall have a com
Charlic had his eyes attracted by plete crew tomorrow morning,
something on the far away horizon The repairs made to the Benjamin
and spotted the Tillie JS. Starbuck. Sewall are satisfactory to the insur-
The big square rigged ship so fami ers. and the action of the sailors is i On the Sth day of December he ex j piausuur'
n i mv uuuuiuiu waii'uruiii was i"OKeu upon as onjy wnat was to ocu'"1" Ul,u "ua uuneu ui bcu. iuei
towUd in by the Fearless and docked expected from them. (consignment of his body to its wa-i
H. IL S,
S. Hyades, from San Fran-
Hawaiian, from San Fran-
t Sieiva 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 28'
America Maru March 28,
Alameda April 5
Peking April 5
Gaelic April 15
Sierra April 16
Hongkong Maru April 22
Alameda I.April 2G
China April JOt
Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
Passengers Who Arrived.
Per steamer Iwalani. January 15,
from Nlihau and Kauai ports .E.
Knudsen, W. S. McLean, D. Conway
aud 18 deck.
Per steamer Lehua, January 15,
and 1 deck.
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
PEKLN'G JAN. IS
GAELIC JAN. 2S
HONGKONG MARU FEB. 6
CHINA FEB. 14
DORIC FEB. 22
NIPPON MARU MAR. 4
PERU MAR. 12
COPTIC MAR. 20
AMERICA MARU MAR. 28
PEKING APR1T, 5
GAELIC APRIL 15
HONGKONG MARU APRIL 22
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
CHIA ja;. i9
DORIC JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU FEB. 8
PERU FEB. 2S
COPTIC MAR, 4
AMERICA MARU MAR. 11
PEKING MAR. 19
GAELIC MAR. 29
HONGKONG MARU APRIL S
From Honolulu for San Francisco or.
China January 20
Sierra January 21,
Doric January 31 1
Alameda February 5'
Nippon Maru February S
faonoma February 11
i'eru February 15
Coptic February 25
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
ports. C. B. Reynolds Alameda February 2G
Passengers Who Sailed-
Royal Mail Line.
For Vancouver, per C.-A. S. S.
Moana, Jan. 13. Mrs. E. Smith. J.
H. Catton. James Murray, H. C. Har-
ch nrt-ivoi w ro u-.. i '""- -'" v. ni.uu, rreu
. uw u....vu v4. Vauc twin II. Hd3 r. !.-
.L . """"
America Maru March
- Ventura March
j Peking March
A hmoHn t...i. f r ?...- - ., ii , i! , s x, . ., ... ........
I """"" jwitu i oieauiera oi me aoove une running iu c'Juueciion wun me uanauian
I Gaelic March 22j PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver. B. C. and Sydner.
?.Ierra .March 23 N.S.W.. and calling at Victoria. B.C.. and Honolulu, and Brisbane. O. ar
- - . -.
DUE AT HONOLULU
Hongkong Maru March 29'
China April S
her way slowly along. The cold was
intense and the crew suffered great-'
ly. The mate took sick aud for two
weeks was between life and death.
C. H. Eichler. P. J. Noll. Mr.
Alameda April 0 From Vancouver and Victoria for
i Brisbane and Sydney
An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. ! r1!!01 ' ?
.ijniA rr,o. is
tery grave was the saddest incident.
of the voyage. The crew, composed
of old sea doss. Gathered after hv
ed a warrant for prize money, re-i m canvass, was lying on a table
marked a sympathetic mermaid. The captain, a venerable old gen
The way things are coming for, tleman. took his place in front of the' M
TkH ...... .... l. .1 .nnnn
rui i.mu iuuuius iue rtsues . ,, , , . . f "c. : .t x..
n, !, i 1,-j "uu Ula naneb uuvai anu cniiu, I -umc ume uSu mj uaugmer caugat
the elements and ploughed , ,.. ., . ,. T ,. a severe mil Sht mmnino.i nf n,Tn.
" Th rni,i v, ",BO " -" - . -t-arher. . . .- -- -- "r"v'", ".' ?"
H. D. Clarke. Mrs. F. J. Mallet. A. "" o, T. n, , , uu cousa 1
J Proner her Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
'vr oL -c:. . n o e ' Cdy ardrng to directions and in two
For San Francisco, per O. S. S. , days sne was well and able to go to
n,cua. "" ia- - i-Aiien, . u. scnooi. I have used this remedv in
S. Pelser. Miss Colburn. . my familv for the nast snvpn rmrs
Miss H. E. Cooke. Major Blair, G ., and have never known it to fail," says
Taylor. U. S. A.; Mrs. S. Kubey. 1. 1 James Prendergast, merchant. Annot
Y. Doans anrt wif Mr nnri Air? to Ray, Jamaica, West India Islands.
) Fethers. E. S. Bovd. W H. Swain. The paln.s in the chest indicated an
jiJtu.ii.-uiii5 uiuick oi pneumonia.
which in this instance was undoubted- i
From Sydney and Brisbane for
Victoria and Vancouver
Honors Pour on Schley.
m glad that Schley has receiv-j the gangway where the body, sewed! p ep$' k' A
warrant for orize nionev." re-! in canvass, was lvimr nn a' tahlp.i Jei ' Rron
The Starbuck brought but little
freight for Honolulu and no passen-j
gers. Captain Curtis reports a good!
passage down the Const with fine!
weather and fair winds She was 15 1
days on her trip
Captain Curtis has not much faith '
in the fumigating operations now,
?-V;:. ..: . , ""..I :.i' ,for malicious destruction of Spanish of their officer. an.i v,hHo ,-,., eA A S. W. H. Mixer. W. H
his ship was thoroughly fVmigaTdj T" l SC'S'" . 'If WrapPed "P " thc b3?' ' S tokf F T Bo Z' S HTla"r
by the Territorial authorities, but' Thc wa mas are coming for sailors tenderly lifted the dead bodr'soa Bowman, &. h. Har
without success. Not a single dead ' Schley," chimed in Davy Jones. "I.of thei rofficer. and while the flag I
Pettis. A. Levy. S.
mann. F. Gillespie. I. w war(lfH, nfr hv ri,r,tT,,r,!l!r,.0 or,"
T TrK T tin.Sw?n r. -ru. . . . .u.. wuu
. .'uwuc, i. tmiu, ..ii. jicui- uemeuy. it counteracts any tendency
tens. I. W. Risdon. B. R. Banning. W. of a cold toward nneitmnnin. Snl.i hv
Alexander. S. H. Lynburg and all dealers and druggists. Benson.
On or about the dates stated above.
THROUGH TICKETS Issued from Honolulu to Canada. United Statea
and Europe. 9dMl
For Freight and Passage, and all general Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVTES & CO.,
Schley these merry Christmas days,". "" "". ,"r" .. e 5 . f wife. Mrs. G. L. Brown. Mrs. S J. ' Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii
replied Neptune, "he is lucky that his
I were set aback and then the captain
read the prayers, for the dead iccord-
warrant wasn't a warrant of arrest, nfi the Ta, Qf German maid Miss Costigan
for malicious destruction of Spanish of their nfflrer nn.i vMo . n,A- A- S. . H.
Stone. Mrs. Herman Focke. child and ,
Mice E Mnr, .
"-'' AJ- -4J , j
rat was found on board, but nun-! believe it is the intention of his
dreds of live ones could be seen two brothers in arms to present him with
a brick house a brick at a time.
days after leavinr Honolulu f
- . . "
When the Starbuck left San Fran-
Cisco the Uritlsh sloop of war Con- ... , v ,
dor had not been heard from there, j Neptune's X Raise.
She is now 44 aays out trom Victoria ! "BJ" th? wav. dear." said Neptun
ror Honolulu. . to an attractive mermaid. "We have I
A CONFIDENTIAL QUERY.
At 5 o'clock the Globe steamer Eu s cause for congratulation, as 1 have
reka saljed for Kahului where she just received notice of an unexpected!
,m acaarge me resi or ner cargo i increase ot ?10 per month in
and take In x load of sugar, she. will f -..-
n;U tuiuiu i scam? aoa ioaa a tain j .. ,
tor Honolulu, . ou dear old. sweet Neptune." re-
! Piled the mermaid. "How perfectly
C1-, ,,,; xt. j i ' charming you are under the Influence sen' 47 dars trxim Newcastle?
uijpnig ucwa mu wuies of the X rilse."
flying at the peak was being lower-
ed as a sign of respect, they con-i
signed the body to the blue waters!
of the Pacific. Dili you never buy a gold brick?
The Agnes is a full rigged ship aud . Honest? Cross your heart?
has a general cargo for Honolulu. P ??. cei; "UP aiast ir xh
i no fnend to take your part?
O. you joke about the farmer with
Arrivals at Honolulu.
td 1 MB a. I.w! i
uuujti i-uiuui. uaiKain ..4i-
Greene, which arrived yesterday from I Minnie i sont snmn
his whiskers an his way
Of lettin people do him up because
J he's such a jay.
But was you never vanquished by
; some fellow critter's art?
Did j-qu never buy a gold brick?
Honest? Cross your heart?
Did rou never eive roar mnnpr tr
j some man tnat put on airs?
An rA llt.t oil V 1n ..
Am en TJlHn. P Cf,...i. r . I" .""" "" "' "-' 4ci uu -r-
. r ""' "uu"uu'- "., ttficates of shares?
. t aays irom- ban tTancisco. i Did yon never place your hopes upon
. w... i.T.uu., uisui, uuiu nuuai. sotue pruiatst; very uear.
I Stmr. Ke Au Hou, Mosher, from AQ watch yer hopes all vanish as tou
to t Kauai. I waited, year by year?
Wednesday. Jan, 15.
Am. bkt. Newsboy. Chipperfield. 60
days from Newcastle.
Am. schr. Golden Shore. Rasmus-
Kleele and way ports, brousht 4.100 .,. ...... v. T . .!,.. .v ".... .. . .Ta :il "V,i i "1 -71-V
-j . . """fe1" uui. uuu i iciaK rue ijaiU dk. Alta. Thronacle fnmr"1 -,uur iuuy "w ieaa you up io
and 32 packages of sun ,. ,.i , - " K. " u larauagie. iram Hnnnifr... .,-
i .. .. .vu vliUl &L
E, SUrhnck. which ar- were they?
they -were accepted 1 Ger. sh. Agnes. Hemke, from Ham-
Did vou never buy a gold brick?
Honest? Cross your heart?
American-Hawaiian S.S. Co
NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
VIA PACIFIC COAST.
THE SPLEHDI1 HEW STEEL STEIMEBS-- -
Phene Mail it
ISLAND TRADE A SPECIALTY.
S. S. Oregonian, GOOD tons, to sa:l about Dec. 20.
i 15. S. Californian, G000 tons, to sail about January
: 20, 1902.
! S. S. American, 6000 tons, to sail about February.
From San Francisco for Honolulu, S. S. Hyades,,
3000 tons, sail January 4th, 1902.
Freight received at Company's wharf. Forty-second Street.
Brooklyn, at all times.
For Further Particulars Apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
l C. P. MORSE. General Freight Agent AGENTS. HONOLULU-
D s. i1
i 2rausn St. '