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S STOPPING HER
MAIL CLOSES TOBAT POK OTHER JELA2SD&
For Stealer Mall closes. Str. sails
Kolca, Hanapepe, Eleele, Watmea
and Kekaka j Iwalani 4:15 p.m. 5p.m.
COAST A2TD FOKEIG2T "VESSELS EST PORT.
1 Ms a Residential Suburb
Arrived f Vessel.
I Wharf, f Destination.
Major W, W, Robinson Made Such Report
of Hib Coal Supply u I ranstBrred w Austral
Put Soond American Coal Bettor and Less Expensive.
U. S. Qaartenaaaier Major W. W.? office and lis work under my brier
idUMM. who for over, twelve
Maths wac the Uirited States Depot
Qoartcnnaater at this port, has arriv
al at Seattle, where he is putting
thins Into shape prior to his de
parture for the Philippine Islands.
In an interview with a Seattle
Tines reporter Major Robinson said:
T enjoyed the detail at Honolulu.
It h a very pleasant place to live,
though somewhat isolated on account
at Its location in mldocean away from
telegraphic communication with the
real of the world.
The development of the Honolulu
administration was such that it be
came a much less Important post than
when I arrived there. When I went
there I found that the practice of or
dering all of the Manila transports
to stop there was followed at some
considerable and unnecessary expense
to the Government. This I recom
mended to be changed and it has
In general, though a portion of them
still stop there on necessary busi
ness. Another reform instituted during
my stay there was that of changing
the source of the coal supply. When
I went there they were using coal
from Australia exclusively. I found
that the Puget Sound coal was not
only better but could be obtained at
less expense to the Government and
so succeeded in effecting the change.
Puget Sound coal is now being used
there exclusively by the Government-"
It is probabje that some time during
the stay of Major Robinson In Seattle
a public reception will be tendered
him by the leading citizens and busi
ness men, possibly including a ban
quet at one of the leading hotels of
SOIGeo. C- Tobey jGove Ircngard ...
2HS.D. Caxleton, ship Amesbmy i Railway
Irmsard. bkt. -1 Schmidt f Stream
Ceylon, bk. j Wilier f Old FishmrktJ
Hoaoipa, scar. ...., ucea . .
Alden Bessie. bk...JMackie f
I Robert Lewers, scirt Underwood
C D. Bryant, bk.. . . J
Jan. lj Florence, ship ..
Colter jSorensons ..
Petersen ..... -Navy Whf 1 ..
Paget Sound .
Puget Sound . .
Sprcer ' Railway Paget Sound.
Allen jPcget Sound
Navy No. 2.. I Puget Sound.
Brewers San Francisco.
stream I Paget Sound.
Amelia, bkt- .Wilier
Geo. C Perkins. bkt. Jensen
Andrew Welch ....jDrew
Prinro liwfe ch I Klipfsen
Helene schr. I Christiansen f Sorenson's... 1 San Francisco.
Star of Bengal. bk..!Ulberg: Stream Paget Sound
Is attracting lots of attention since the
Rapid Transit Co., built their extension.
See the Guick Tract
Before buying buildir g lots elsewhere,
a beautiful locality healthy, every
facility, electric cars. wate laid, etc.
Easy terms of payment apply
MRS. S. H. GULlCK.
F3- O. BOX -41S.
Aha. bkt Thronagle
Newsboy, bkt ,' Chipperfield ..
Golden Shore, schr. Rasmussen....
Agnes, ship JHemke i Irmgard jSan Francisco.
U.S. S. Iroquois.... Rodman J Naval row .. j Stationary.
Tillie Starbuck, shiii Curtis
j Stream .
NEW BOAT LAUNCHED
FROM PURDY'S YARD
LARGE CROWD SEES CEREMONY.
hau until the Iwalani made her month
ly call there, when they were put
aboard and brought to Honolulu.
The Japanese lost 500 in cash in
addition to their boat and other be
longings. Captain Greene, of the
Iwalani, treated .the men kindly and
brought them home in his vessel.
"The Brothers" a worthy addition to
Honolulu fleet Built for Young
Brothers To be in Commission
SAILORS ARE SCARCE
NOW IN HONOLULU
evening from San Francisco with lat
er papers and mail.
The American schooner Aloha and
the ship Reuce got away for Port
Townsend yesterday afternon.
Purser Philips of the steamer Maui,
reports that Papaaloa will begin
3 Ml 1.7 6.53.12 W.-
Mean Temperature "3.7. t
Minimum Temperature 70.
Maximum Temperature 77.
Barometer 30.11: steady.
Mean Dew Point 62.3.
Mean Relative Humidity 69.
North-east; 3 to 4.
Forecast for Today.
Fresh trades, fair weather; perhaps j m-- se j ns a o i.m c h' s.ie s o's a, 3.is
very light valley showers.
AT DIAMOND H EA D
Oceanic Steamship Co.
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FJANC1SCO.
. rx. i VENTURA Wed., Jan. 33 SIERRA Tues., Jan. 21
ib I' 5 ALAMEDA SaL. Feb. 1 ALAMEDA ..Wed. Foh K
5- ! 5 SFPRRi WpA VtkYi i" snvrvuA TW rvo. -it
pjj.-, 3i , O;.. - B . w wi WMAak UWS, WVl il
s. ; ? Ai.A.MbUA sat., tea. zz auau&da Wed.. Not. 26
ci ' c XI SONOMA Wed., Mar. 5 VENTURA Toes., Mar. -1
ALAMEDA Sat., Mar. lo ALAMEDA Wed.. Mar. 19
TT.J fM. IC E?TYrT ..
SUN, MOOjS", A2sD SEA-
- VENTURA Wd Mar. 26 SIERRA Tues.. Mar. 25
.w-s. nvt ALAMEDA SaL. Anrir-5 ALAMEDA lv,i AnrH a
I I I ISIRBB4 Wwt Anrll 1fi 5nvnl TS., i ! tr
Tnes.li, 6.o 1.3 7. i. o.io cm s.39 10.31 j ALAMEDA Sat. April 26 ALAMEDA V.V.V.'.V.V.Wcdl AprU 1 3
I VEXTHBA 1bm xr.-
. . v.... ........... A MVO,, J 9
s' o is" i rxn
Wed. 1W 7.03 U S.53 2.15" 1.C3.6.10 5.33 11 13
tp.m. a.m. 1 1 1
l. C.. O.VJ .4. D.lUid.W H UJ.
Thur 16 10.07
i i i i ;
1.6 3 30, 3.53i 4.3S6.I0S.U 0 15
l . I ' I
-10.11 1.S0 6.12 6." 3.11 1.12
Sat... 1 a.a.
Sua . 19 0.15 1.8,11.515 5.46 7.23 6 10 5.42 2.13
II nm . I '
Vessels Due Today
Diamond Head, 10 p. m. Weather
clear. Wind fresh, north-east.
ing among the barmaids for the
At half past nine yesterday morn- vATERFRONT SEEMS DESERTED.
lug the new boat "The Brothers' was
launched from the yard of Purdy and Runner steas Benjamin Sewall's
llarou. Tne now boai has been built Apprentice Sailors Prefer Sai
lor Young brotners and is expected mon Factories at 0,15 Time of
to be In commission by the end of the the Year New Crew for Sewall.
wek. The Urothers will be temporar
ily schooner rigged with an eight
hore power Union gasoline engine "voly times are expected shortly
as an auxiliary power. She will be a,onS tho waterfront. Sailors are
titled up for the accommodation of scarce, and some vessels may have
llehiug parties and special trips be-tbelr sailing delayed thereby. This
tween the islands, being well adapted 1 anomalous, condition prevails in
to the work. The Brothers Is thirty- j Pacific port at regular inter
jrfx feet long from sW.m to stern, ten , va,s- B-v th en of next month a
foot beam, and draws about live feet considerable number of sailors will
of water. As a sailing craft she I ave San Francisco for the salmon
should be fast as her lines, while they . factories in Alaska, or will ship In
how her ability to carry a great deal j whaling or sealing vessels bound for
of freight, are still fine enough to j e Arctic Ocean, iney Know tnej
tfvo her speed. She will carry wH n sreat risks up there, and that
a big spread of canvas and not!"elr days of pleasure will be few.
roly on hor engine for moving pow-;But there is always the chance of a
or oxcopt In case of necessity. ! b' catch and consequently of big
Without her sails her engine will money. Sailors do not mind a few
drivo her at the rate of six miles an j days of dissipation and pleasure,
hour and with bail and steam power, Along the waterfront Turk &
combined she is expected to make at Lewls- tho sailors' home runner and
loast ten miles without difficulty, j tae a,lor's home P00 are navinR
A largo number of people witnessed . a ely competition in rounding up
the lauuchlng which proved to be a sailors. Several vessels are ready, or
most successful affair. ! nearly ready, to sail and there are no
"The Brothers" will be put on the men asnore w slliP on thera- Conse
Moloka! trade, and will be ready for quentlr. the local shipping masters
business at the boglnnlng of next'111 K to aaY ,enBth' aImost, to se
weok. She wi'l make her trial trip ! cure men and even run the chances
on Sunday afternon and her behavior' of getting Into trouble. Several of the
will bo watched with considerable rew of the bewail deserted ner on
Interest ' Wednesday morning, and on Wednes-
t day afternoon a bung apprentice
iinivnnn mnnnnuiMr disappeared In a mysterious manner.
JArAHEMl flMiUniltn 'Immediately a search was made for
1 him. as In default of returning him
CADGHT IN A STORM to hl!? home ihe shlp would havc hnd
j to pay the sum of $500 on a bond giv-
. en for his safe return. The boy was
DRIFT PAST KAUI TO KAULA. found a few minutes before the Ben-
(jamln Sewall sailed and hustled on
' board the vessel. Captain Halsted
Castaway for Many Days, They Make
T.heir Way to Niihau and Are
for his moueyv"
grinding on January 25th; Paauhau honor of pouring out his lemonade.
on February 15th. and Ookala and j "That's al right," urged Neptune,
Kukaiau about March 1st. ; who had not forgotten his old "Bar-
A. R. Ooster, a seaman on tb?' bary coast days." so to speak, "and if
schooner Honoipu, fell in the bay on i Spider turns sky pilot he has It in
Wednesday evening while on his way hJm tQ g.ye eveQ The Friend a nm
back to his vessel. He was rescueu j
by some sailors of the Andrew Welch, j
Merchandise to the amount of 37,
533 tons is on its way to Honolulu
dhided as follows: From Liverpool.
3-107 tons; from Ph'lade'. i.ia, .977
tons; from Bremen, 1153; from Syd
ney, 1C7"; from Xitriie ports, 3S9;
from New York, 15S2; from Yokoha
ma, 29S7; from Hamburg, 7S43. and
from Newcastle. 19,625 tons.
1 mm 1
P. M. S. S. City of Peking, from
San Francisco, will probably arrive
in the evening.
C.-A. S. S. Aorangi. from Yictoria, !
due p. m.
H. A. S. S
H. A. S. S
In connection with the sailing of the aboTe 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
WM- G. IRWIN &TCO.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Hvades. from San Fran-;
Hawaiian, from San
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
Occidental anil Oriental S. S. Co. and Toyo Risen Kaisha
Steamers of the above Companies wilL call at Honolulu and leave thla
, port on or aoout tne dates below mentioned:
At Honolulu from San Francisco or FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
victoria 'PEKING JAN. IS CHINA JAN. SO
! IrAtiljH; JAiN. 0 "vmv JAK. 31
i Aorauci January IS ' ryn-KT-rm'r- VrVni? t
msy SOON RE pin" i a"? 2 2 sSmT. . "..7.::::::::i il
wwwi - -- eniura juuuai -
WILL LOSE AMERICAN REGISTRY
; Gaelic January 28 , iNtiPPOt m rtt
FIRST GATHERING OF NEW YEAR.
Useless Between American ports and
Must be Sold Cheap Good Chance
Fcr Local People to Buy Fine
Vessels on Speculation.
Hongkong Maru February
Recently the Secretary of the Treas
ury rendered a decision that. In
Mermaids The Result of Army event 0j sale Qf the Unked states
Neptune's Christmas Present to the
and Navy Troubles Davy Jones
Has a Joke on Captain Spider.
The Christmas an New Year ho
lidays being over, the waterfront's
literary and debating society has re
sumed its meetings, but headquarters
have been moved to the railroad
transports the vessels would not be
given an American register. They
1 now 111 me American nag as tney
are the property of the government.
Most of them were of foreign register
at the time of their purchase and
when they pass out of tne hands of
the government, their present Ameri-
nnoTin ir t aa
ji.ijrifi. ,i .1 ri
. Al w
bie.rra teoruarj -.AMERICA MARU MAR. 28
Chma February 14 PEKing- APRIL 5
oa"a Se?ruary GAELIC APRIL 15
Doric February 22 1 HON-fiKOKfJ mahit aprtt, 11
.. -- -v..v ....., ......... . .-
Alameda ueDruary j-'
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
NIPPON MARU FEB. S
PERU , FEB. 21
COPTIC MAR. A
AMERICA MARU MAR. 11
PEKING MAR. 15
GAELIC MAR. 29
HONGKONG MARU APRIL S
CHINA APRIL 15
From Honolulu for San Francisco orj
China January 20
Sierra January 21
Doric January 31
Alameda February 5
Nippon Maru February S
Sonoma February 11
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Royal Mail Line.
wharf, where the mermaids are u- Can registry lapses with them and the Peru February 15J Steamers of the above line running In connection with the CANADIAN
ing. 'vessels resume their foreign register. coDtic "!"' !!.!..! February- 25 i PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney.
It was learned from the whisper- As these steamers are useless for! Alameda February 26
Ings at yesterday's meeting that!serv'ce between American ports, be-'America Maru March 4
,. . . -... " .,. . ., x ! ing of foreign register the government Ventura March 4
.M-UIUUC a V.1II1&UUCIS gill. IU me UiCI- . , , ,i . . , PoWn lfn., 10
....... . cannot hoDe to receive suitable com-'-reKing .Marcni.
N.SW., and calling at Victoria, B.C., and Honolulu, nnd Brisbane, G., are
DUE AT HOJMOL-UL-U
From Vancouver and Victoria for From Sydney and Brisbane for
Brisbane and Sydney Victoria and Vancouver
ifioivni t.iv 1c itnWA t 1 vr 1
"TV. . o nV-Iclma- rrift lir; "at ' ' A A. .. n - or l-J f.n ' i w . . ............. .w. .. -j .-...i ................... .WH.i, i
lu bet u...a b..i, ...ot ( gone conclusion that when the vessels n ' or rncumonia maraco wn. "mqaNA FEB. 15
a stocking- to put it in. are 0a th,.y wn net ficures which , "Some time ago my daughter caught '
maids took the form of an axiom:
I pensation for them, so it is a fore-
That was the sole reason for the i wjh be a great deal less than the ' a severe cold. She complained of pains J
mermaids referring to him as a long original, as well as the subsequent' IU cuauu f, a. u"u co"e"' '
. ' i trave her nhamherlRin s Cnmrh Rem-'
whiskered Santa Claus who didin't cost of the vessels. y accordtng to directIons and in two
make good. Some of the transports cost as high j days she was well and abIe to g0
' as $500,000 and repairs and improve-' school. I have used this remedy in
i ments have been made to many of my family for the past seven years t
"What do you think will be the out-. tnem at a gt ot several hundred and have never known it to fail," says j
come of these strenuous goings on i thousand dollars more so that some ' James Prendergast. merchant, Annot- j
in the Army and Navy on the mam-1 of the vessels stand the government! to Bay, Jamaica, West India Islands,
land- iriauired Davy Jones with an-' close 0n to a million dollars each. ! ? $SJ??t "gSSnS
xious aspect. W.thJuP an American registry the, Jn iQStance wasPundoubted:
- A new rron of n-mocrats I'm va,ue of these vessels becomes much . jy warded off by chamberlain's Couen '
-- - vr - -
accused the Sailors Home runner of j
:' Konn- ,-fniQn s. iiv fri-in im nn i fin and told her to ZQt rcadv to throw I
Finally Rescued Five Days , WJI!. ,QuA ln hCs dammelatlon of the ber old shoes at Chauncey. j "
afraid." replied Neptune with a sigh. , ,.' . -, .. . , ,, - "emeo ; " counieracis any lenuency
ii saia iaai some ui tne irciii-j 01 a com toward pneumonia, sold D
, ports may be bought here at low cost, all dealers and druggists. Benson,
It was one of Davy Jones jokes. the buyers hoping to get a bill in-j Smith & Co.. agents for Hawaii,
He glanced at a mermaid's caudal ".utcu . "-""feT bbr -.
registry to the former trans-
Without Food or Water.
A crew was furnished Gaptaln Hal-
Spider as a Sky Pilot
Arrivals at Honolulu.
For shipwrecked" Japanese werested kb-v ; Turk; and ! Davy Jones emerged from the cabin
ought back from Niihau yesterday "Pvcted that they will know some-, f orenM with a quJe. grln on!
' thing about the main royal and the
Thursday, Jan. 16.
Str. Maui, Bennett, from Hawaii
away from the shores of oahu. , Shipping News and Notesl,s he a candtdate fr a church dea-i Departures from Honolulu.1
) wore carried to Kaula, which , " coarv?" 1 f
bv th steamer Iwalani. Tht-v !..f. ln,nS - ln-' a' "W anu m. h. I
IlrllH about three weeks a'go to Jl beftjjj arrive at Frev CapialQ,
nsh. A strong gale was prevailing- ra8lB"- ABHri"1'1- . Spider was the master of ceremonies;
at the time and their boat was carried j at a birthday party on Tuesday night. .
is a small Island twelve miles north- """"" y Neptune could see nothing remark-' Am. frchr. Aloha. Fry, for
" i:aiiiui iianau lit ci uu o
auie in iaau aaipmaies 01 an uznej iownsena. in uauasi, at 9 a; n.
ca arx istme. at saia. nave inrown Townsena. in alternoon.
, British ship Langdale, Hunter, foe
Davy, rs- San Francisco, with general cargo at
"but Cap-, noon.
From Kaula they got back to Nii
hau and there the boat was dashed
on the rocks and broken. The men r i a line to heln- the church."
-,v . .. .v . .v. ,. .! ine tmusa snip loingaaie sauea , . -
were so weak that they could not tor San tod3coP 1 alter-t "'Y- 1 w, replied
handle the craft, and It ws drifting nton ; luctanUy Yielding a point,
raturday for Hawaii ports.
The Aorangi Is due from Victoria
at tho mercy of the waves.
The Niihau arrived from Koloa 5 ,ain sPWer always struck me as dlf-; Schr. Ada. for Hanalel and Kalihl-
Resldents of Niihau saw the wreck I yesterday morning with 5200 bags- of ! fat. Of course yoo reraember him j wla at 5 p. m
and went to the assistance of the
taen. The Japanese had been five
toys without food or water, and wens
so weak that they could not stand.
vTtey were tenderly cared for al Nll-l The City of Peking may arrive th:
The pile driver has finished work
oa the coffer dam, back of the Hea
lani boat house.
waen, as a mate, he used to make
I things hum after hosrs alone the
B&rbarr coast" He was a good-looker,
was Captain Spider la those old
iiys. and there useg to be hair putt-1 engers only for Koloa at I. at-
Str. Ke Au Hon, Mosher, for Raaa-
pepe and Eleele, at 5 p. at.
Str. Iwalani. Greece, for MakawelL
Walr&ea and Kekaha. taalt ui'pas-
Wholesale , Liquor
Kto3vorxnxj? h. i.
Pkiie Mail 1(8.
On or about the dates stated above.
THROUGH TICKETS issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States
and Europe. 'i-S.SSBH
For Freight and Passage, and all general Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVTES & CO.,
American-Hawaiian S. 5. Go
; NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
j VIA PACIFIC COAST.
THE SPLENDID KEW STEEL STEllEBS- - -
S. S. Orego.vian, 6000 tons, to sail about Defii2Q.
S. S. Califoknian, 6000 tons, to sail aboufe .fo'iitiary
20, 1902. "'
S. S, Amep.ican, 6000 tons, to sail about Febratry.
From San Francisco for Honolulu , S. S:. Utades,
toOOO tons, sail January 4th, 1902.
Freight received at Company's wharf. Forty-second Street, Soata
Brooklyn, at all times.
For Farther Particulars Apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
a P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. AGENTS. HONOLULU.
ISLAND TRADE A SPECIALTY.
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