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THE HONOLLXU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, JAXtSARY iS, 1902-
EAMEHS HYADES AND 111
ARRIVE FROM Si FRANCISCO
r.ATT, CLOSES TODAY FOE OTHER ILA2vDS.
Tor Steamer. Mail closes.
Oriental pcrtr - City cf Peking. 4:COF.in.
Australia Acrangi 4:COp-nv
Mahukcna. Paauhau. Kukaiau, Oo-
kala and Laupahcehce Maai It 15 p.m.
Subject to change.
2 p. m
COAST AffP FOREIGN TEASELS I2s PORT.
J Captain. ! Wharf! I Destination.
Arrived i Vessel
SQIGec. C Tobey Gove Irmgard
, A. Reed ol Wrecked Walla Walla on Hyades ::
21 IS. D. Carleton, ship Amesbnry
23Inng3rd. bkt fcchmldt
23 Ceylon, bk. Wilier
of tie Collision-New Local Line Here-Lane
ol Freight Brought by Ti Vessels The
Honoipa. schr. . ...-.Olsen
Aldea Bessie, bk. . . I Mackie
Robert Lewers. sch:J Underwood
C. D. Bryant, bk J Colley
Joseph Russ Petersen
. I San Francisco, s
" 31 , Hesper, bk.
Stream ,San Francisco
Sorensons . -
Navy Wnf 1 ..
...- Railway ....
I Puset Sound .
Puget Sound . .
Jan. 1 Florence, ship Spfcer I Railway j Paget Sound.
As q Residential Suburb
Is attracting lots of attention since the
Rapid Transit Co., built their extension.
See the Gulick Tract
.. . Before .bnyinc buildii lots elsewhere,
a beautiful localitv healtliv. every
' facility, electric cars. wate laid, etc.
Easy terms of payment apply
MRS. S. H. GULICK,
F. O. BOX -415.
. V. . . -.v. ka, fMihiorc rr pn In Honolulu bar- time lifeboats and rafts were low-
. yr Uo ifcte port, arrived at , bor. She carries 5.50O tons of freight ered and a number of passengers and j
. . .. i . P.i.r ), one! of which 2.500 are for Honolulu audi crew -were taken off. Reed's supe-;
iKwr eiapcing betwen the two arriv- the rest for Kahuiui. She was. built nor. Chief Engineer Crosby, wei
at. The Hawaiian and Hyades left at Sparrows Point, Md.. and is 331 , down with the vessel. Mr. Reed
9m Francisco. Jmrv S. about three feet 5 long. 47 feet wide and 25 feet . unable to explain how the accidej
-i.t - iJ mtraon the Hawaii- Jeep. She is commanded by Cap-, occurred. The French bark Ma
.. ' . ... .-,:- 1,1. W rnllnn-.lnfnlmllr tho V;ltn TValln TM S f
an leaving there rt. ContilderaDie tain i. . uarucu, u , H'w""j - i
rlvairr ha existed between theing staff of officers: John Follett, , unknown until she loomed up on the j
crew, of the respective steamers to first officer; W. I Smith, second ( steamship's port side, and so near.
whi.h wonld reach Honolulu officer; George R. Lauriat, third of- that it was impossible to avoid a col-'
first Tbe Wg Hawaltan. in spick and 1 Hcer: John R. Safford, chief engin-, lision. The Max struck the Waila
.!- ... J.t f sicbt .! J. A- Reed, first assistant; P. s Walla bow on well forward on the
pun cunwiivii, v v- a-- - . j i
wfcea the Hyades steamed through Norton, second assistant; F. Killian, , port side. j
tbe Golden Gate. Both steamers ar-, third assistant; E. E. Thompson,! Fejt ;n Engine Room. j
rrred off Diamond Head late last night steward; and M. Poett, purser. j ..j was on walcn in tne engine!
and stood off port until morning. Chief Officer John Follett reports r00m -when the French bark struck j
The Hyades got In ftm and was safe-, that on January 13th the bark 01ym-jUE' said Reed yesterday morning. j
ly docked at the Pacific Mail dock pjc from Honolulu, for San Francis- j i immediately knew that a collision!
when the Hawaiian steamed up the'co was sighted in 30 deg. 12 min. la-;of some kind had occurred, but I did i
arbor towards the railroaJ wharf. ' tltude north, and 142 .leg. 45 min. j not think that it was so serious. Al
The Hawaiian is under command , longitude west. On the same day the'most immediately came the order to'
i Amelia, bkt. Wilier 1 AJ!en
Geo. C Perkins. bkt. Jensen J Navy ?o. 2,
I Andrew Welch IDrew JBrewers.,.
Prince Louis. sh...lEllefsen J stream
Helene, schr. 1 Christiansen Sorenson's. . . San Francisco.
Star oC Bengal, bk-.jUlberg j Stream I Puget Sound.
Alta. bkt Thronagle (Stream ; Puget Sound.
Newsboy, bkt : Chipperfield ...i Alien j Puget Sound.
Golden Shore, schr ' Rasmussen (Stream Puget Sound.
Tillie Starbuck, shin Curtis (Brewers San Francisco
Agnes, ship Hemke ( Irmgard San Francisco
Hawaiian, str. i BanfieW I Railroad New York.
Hyades. str. JGarlick (Pacific Mail JKahuIui.
Inca. schr. 'Rasmussen Stream Puget Sound.
U. S. S. Iroquois J Rodman (Naval row .. Stationary.
ArEATHER REPORT. SUf. I002s". ATD SEA
Mean Temperature 73.3.
Minimum Temperature 69.
Maximum Temperature 77.
Barometer 30.S; steady.
Rainfall 0.02. ;
Mean Dew Point 60.7.
Mean Relative Humidity 66.
North-east; 4 to 2.
Cloudy to clear.
Forecast for Today.
Light trades; fair weather.
f DAT !?! " S.
SB. i;' -5
5 Jj. S 3 .5' 5 ! ' Js
Oceanic Steamship Co.
1 The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereanJej :
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN F iANCSSCO.
VENTURA Wed.. Jan. S3 SIERRA Tes Jan. 21
ALAMEDA Sat, Feb. 1 ALAMEDA WL. Feb. 5
SIERRA Wed.. Feb. 12 SONOMA Tuas Feb. 11
ALAMEDA Sat, Feb. 22 ALAMEDA Wed, Nov. 26
SONOMA Wed Mar. 5 VENTURA Tues. Mar. 4
ALAMEDA Sat.. Mar. 15 ALAMEDA Wad.. Mar. 19
VENTURA Wd Mar. 26 SIERRA .Tues.. Mar. 25
ALAMEDA Sat.. April 5 ALAMEDA WeL, April 9
SIERRA Wed., April 16 SONOMA Tues April 15
x-iALAMEDA Sat.. April 26 ALAMEDA Wed, April JJ
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I j 'a.m. ft. F--,PL3-!-ni-l
I ilon-.W 3 33 1.7 G.3 12 50
1.39, 0.10 6.43 3K10.H
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i f Vktzyn cu iu ioaue lu lutcuuiug jaawu(,i;a wvwrwi, innuuo llorNCIO
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agents axe
! p.m.! a.m. I
TburilS 19.6T 1.4 a 23, S.W
ij 2.M 6. 45
5.tQam.jby any railroad from San Francisco to nil points in the United States,
Sat... 1 a.m.
10.44 4.50. C.12,6 48 5.41
of Captain Nichols who came to San Hongkong Mam. wa3 passed but shestop the engines, and shortly after' AT DIAMOND
Francisco from New York, recently to wa6 too far distant for signals be- the chief engineer ordered us to turn .
He Alameda vras;the watcr out of the port tanks in- , m? """l.1" 'l
. - . . A AnMt.. .... .. ,t ?. 00 .! Or tn ' . . . . , .1 .4Ctk V .0Vt w..
Utse tnae cnarge vi me
AlnaKan. soon to be turned
the Union Iron Works to the Hawaii
rrt..'iT'n.i4i 1.6 9 so 3.55' i.sss.iolj 4i' 8 15 " ew York by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR UE.NEKAL. I.N FORMATION APPLY TO
wi. g. mwrisr & co.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Sun . 19 0 IS 1.S11.5 5.4 7.25,6 49,5.42,
rellere Captain Bannehl. who will f jnK oxchaageil
steamer sighted on the lCta, in 23 deg. 25 min. order to right the vessel, which was
over by latitude north and 154 deg. 35 min. , listing to port. We also put the
J pumps to work."
up.QV. Muller, Mr. Yamashlro, Mrs. A.
1 Daniels, Miss C. Aia, Miss C. Gas-
Weather par, Miss M. Caspar, M. F. Scott.
! Mrs. W. Nahale, S. T. Alexander, W..
- 1 R. Morton, N. Aluli. F. Cornn. P. J. ,
7th. The bktn. J. II. Iviston arrived Walsh. W. Kaluakini, Mrs. W. Kalu-'
'at Eureka, and the British ship Eu- akini and 05 on deck.
an American company. The Hawaii- The Hyades will discharge 2.500 Knzincer ReGd does 110t think that
an u In her hold 20.000 cases of can-. tons of freieht here, and then will ,..,,,..... h, iincnvd
aed goods for New York, which are g0 to Kahuiui. She brought 130 sacks ih!it' there were three on the!day from Hono,ulu- !
aiWHd as n xperiment in order to of iater mail and four days news ,,.. .,, Wa. - nTlll nonn The following vessels sailed from!
aaoerUin whether the freight will froni tho outside world. ,,, c. u,te ! Newcastle for Hawaii ports
" " - i-
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental S. S. Go. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
nh,-fno n Trrt TAU'n:!iil flip ssamp!
t C t n r m n e rP .- nVtr frw n n n r 31f mhI) Tr1..t.. .
jLVduicia ui uc uuuic vuiuiiuica iij van l XIUIIUIUIU BUU JraVfi -inil
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
, FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
Br. bk.JAt Honolulu from San Francisco orPEKIXG JAN- 1S
be affected by the sweating of the
cargo of smear that is to be taken
hoard here for' New York.
The Hawaiian will go direct to New
York by the way of the Straits of Ma
gellan. She is a steel built vessel 406
feet in length: 51 feet in breadth
and SO feet deep. She has a horse
power of 5.000. The Hawaiian was
built at Chester. Pa., and ha6 a car
rying capacity of 7.500 tons.
With the arrival of the Hyades is
Inaugurated a new direct steamship
sorvico between Honolulu and Snn
Francisco. Hereafter the Hawaiian
American line' will keep several
steamers on the run. and will also
soon carry pasbougers.
Hyades a Big Freighter.
The Hyades Is one of the biggest
STEAMER ALBION TO
LEAVE FOR MANILA
Engineer of Lost Walla Walla.
First Assistant Engineer J. A. Reed
has been but a few days on the Hy
Peter Iredale for Honolulu, Novem-j
ber 29; bktn. Kohala for Tahiti; lAorangi
schr. James Rolph, schr.
. .,- i '"""
j Alameda February
or tnem saw iignts. i
"When we saw that the vessel was
going to sink," continued Reed,
"snmp of lis cot into a boat which was
ades. and. but for a terrible accident. Ion the deck, but when we went im. , Shore for Honolulu, December
. . ,..,.. .,.. -.r- .,. .i. k-. ..f i .,' snip A. J. Fuller for Honolulu.
woum not ne in nonoiuiu louiiy. .m. uw tuc at--i i"-- " "" ' "- Honckonc Maru Februarv 6 urnu .un. -u
Reed for the last 12 vears. was the 'carried down about twenty feet, but! A movement has been started In." ' February 12 'AMERICA MARU .MAR. 2S
first assistant engineer of the steam-; the terrible force of the suction was British ships by British sailors. This'China February lfgft'r tpnn 1"
or Walla Walla, and was well known not apparent. I think that it takes a Liverpool to replace foreigners on Moana SJ? l HONGKONG MARu'iiiiiiAPRIL
on the Coast as a faithful and dill-vessel some time to sink to the bot-,is the outcome of an agitation start-jDonc Febraar?
gent officer. On the morning of , torn after she goes entirely under , ed by Lord Roniney. It Is pointed ippQn MaVu V ".."."."..'... . March 4i
Tnnnnr, Mr,? whlio the nassencers i surface, and she must go down slow-1 out that most vessels under the un- Sonoma March 5-
peacefully reposed in their cabins, a ! ly. I soon rose to the surface, how. Ion ack are manned by seamen of Peru March 1
GAELIC ........... .JAN. 2S
..January IS HONGKONG MARU FEB. 6
Goldenifekins " " D0Ric FEB. 22
12th, : nnaUn T-nmirv 25? NIPPON MARU MAR. 4
i PERU MAR. 12
1 I .Tm..r, .... nn
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
CHINA JAN. it
DORIC JAN 31
NIPPON MARU FEB. 8
trbmliv . .. FEB 22
COPTIC MAR. 4
AMERICA MARU MAR. 11
PEKING MAR. li
GAELIC MAR. 29
HONGKONG MARU APRIL I
CHINA APRIL II
French bark came out of the dark- ever, and got onto one or the raits m ''" i .., "" ."
ness of the night and struck the with eleven others. that in the event of a European war
"We were rescued by the steamer ne tsruisn navy coum not proieci
Dispatch, the captain of which ves- its merchant fleet,
sel deserves the greatest praise for Captain H. P. Weaver of the
the way in which he and his crew j steamship Roanoke, who sustained
worked to rescue the people from the serious injuries to a leg in the collis-
Walla Walla, which sank shortly af
ter. An interval of thirty-five minutes
elapsed between the time of the col
lision and the last lurch and plunge
Alameda March 15 1
Coptic March 22
Ventura March 26,'
From Honolulu for San Francisco on
rt.:no To..n,.,. on'
ion between the Walla Walla and j s-erra '" liijanuarv 21 h
the Max. and is-now at Eureka, is Doric January 311
, ,, . .., ' one of the best known seafaring" men i Alameda February 5'
tween ports of tlio Hawaiian isianas. amount oi iimminauon us iuue no-. ' Hvo'Ninnon Maru February
1 ., . . UK IUC .II ViUUiiU i li3 wv. - - -
of the doomed steamer, and in that I Walla Walla.'
JS A A 1. n. .. aaaav 4lH(-k( l 1. n1(11 W-
anu aner iuuy uiu luuiuuuii tiiuip-1
pod they will be sent to Manila,
4 t , .1 c? o.o'Of Nova Scotia, but has
Cantain Dawe of the Saga states , . .
The Albion has been transformed . that only on one or two occasions
. been an American citizen.
the sailing ship Occidental
Sonoma February 11
Peru Februarv 15
He had Coptic February 25
on this Alameda February 26
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Royal Mail Line.
Steamers of the above line rnnning In connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B C, and Sydney
,. . . ., . . 1 t.L.l.l -..4t.:. -P Un cnA
I during the past niontu. a reingera-, nas ne uune.u -ujuhu,, w u.c u. then America Maru arch
I 41.. n1..n. nt Trff lnroo nnpinoe hn TintllTP nllfl riPVfr hPfnre in PaClllC V'onhi Murnli
. ,.... ... .. 1,-'S j'i""i i vu ....t,. yo ' i - - , . . : . t:i , . vmi ....v i, riirii, nn.ni (
will tuuom ai nuiMULuuu. ten installed, cold air pipes ar- waters, where electrical disturbances J"auB ,. ' ;"""" uu t """ .Peking March 12 j N.SW.. and calling at Victoria, B.C., and Honolulu, and Brisbane, O., ara
ranged throughout her hold and elec-Jare rare. As corposants are harm-' y ' m nd of the SSc .. .V:.:::::-:::""".! 22, DUE AT HONOLULU
First Vessel for Philippine Traffic . trie lights put in. She will carry , less, no in euects resuueu to me i.eb- ,,,, Sierra March 25 J From Vancouver and Victoria for From Sydney and Brisbane for
Other Steamers to be Dispatched nothing but perishable freight and sel, although there was much won
, ' everv square inch of space ociow , tier ana interest among me sanors
' steamship Roanoke, which
held ever since, taking her to Pana
to Orient When Fitted Vesse
is of Small Tonnage.
i Brisbane and Svdney
AORANGI . . ............. .JAN.
t; An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. jQANA FEB
n In lln ivnti-h. OTif f-w Vi r -1
t .. ... . . , .- -t i .L. Uia IU IUL' V AiXltJL.. 4l"U 1U1 fci u
deck has been resen-cd for tnis pur- wno naa never neiore wuneea me Qmmpri; tn et ,-, Vome; '"Some time ago my daughter caught
! nose. i phenomenon. I , ,
i ...... . t i ' I and other Alaskan ports.
The Albion is a tiny craft to make . .
Victoria and Vancouver
MOANA JAN. U
S. The the loug journey across the Pacific-Chinnino- NpWS and Notes i
at Mis-' She Is 216 tons register and Is 120 snipping HeWS ana WUlCbi
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan.
tittle steamer Albion, lying
slon-street bulkhead, doosn't look feet long. She will go first to Hono
vary Important, but her departure i lulu, and thence to Manila, via Guam. '
BKt Monday will be a mobt signifi-, The second steamer of this fleet ,
cast 4venu ' will leave here early In February. i
The Albion Is going to Manila. She j
Is the 11m of a fleet of American , prir t DlfRTJT C CTflPM
vosels that will engage in the inter- j IlrillilIlfl.ilOLEt 01 UHill
Arrivals at Honolulu
a severe cold. She complained of paw '.
Lnrl1 ' On or about the dates stated above.
"bLS?,;f THROUGH TICKETS issued from Honolalu to Canada. United States
tu.. u.vu,u.ub iu u..tv.v.ua ouu .u t"u - T7.,r, J.
CUU aUfcVL'V. i
For Freight and Passage, and all general Information, apply to
tetaad trade of the Philippines. The
commercial conquest of the Asiatic,
possessions of the United States is;
beginning, and the Albion will be
the pioneer ship flying the Stars
and Stripes to roach for the island
trade. The business of transporta
tion between ports of the Philippines
ne heretofore been largely In the
Bawls of the British. A few German
boat and Chinese junks helped to
divide the trade. The possibilities of
Inter-lsteau tratSc have attracted the
aUeatioa of local shipping men. and
within a year or two American steam
rs will probably monopolize tho bus
tuess. A combination has been formed,
with Captain Jarnesberg and Mark
Davis as the leaning spirits, for the
.purpose of capturing a share of the
PafHpnine total trade. The firm has
the advantage of Government con
tracts and the Albion will be used
at first in carrying perUhablo food
MtppMes from the big transports in
Manila bay to the other Island ports.
Other steamers will be purchased
and dispatched for Manila as rapidly
as suitable ones can be found. Tho
company will purchase a nnmber of
the small steamers cow plyfctg be-
IN PACIFIC WATERS
Three hundred stevedores have
signed the roll of the new Longshore
men's union. ,
The bark Himalaya arrived at
Kaanapali on the 11th inst. 63 days
The five masted schooner Inca.
Captain Rasmussen, 55 days from i
arrived here yesterday ,
days she was well and able to go to
, school. I have used this remedy in ;
my family for the past seven years ,
' and have never known it to fail " say3 j
San James Prendergast. merchant, Annot- j
i to Bay, Jamaica, West India Islands. ,
. Tho nalno in t Vi A Hicf f n.tf ntarl on
Banfield, from San approaching attack of pneumoniar
which in this instance was undoubted-
Friday, January 17.
! S. S. Hyades,
Francisco at 7:30 a. m
I S. S. Hawaii
f Fancisco at S a. m
I S. S. Citv of Pekinsr, Smith, from ly warded off by Chamberlain's Cougn
Snn Francisco mav be sichted to- Remedy. It counteracts any tendency
FISHING STEAMER EXPERIENCE
The Saga was Struck by an Electric
Storm Hundreds of Brilliant
Corposants Danced Along the
Foremast Stay Balls of
The freighter Arab, which
pected to leave San Francisco Janu- bas;s ,upar o.j8
ary 15th. en route to the Orient, may-' taro l '
Str. W. G. Hall. S. Thompson.
from I-ahaina, Maalaea, Kona and
n.iu iui is at u.x? ui. m -ii
bags coffee, 201 bags
bundles bananas. 26 kess
put into Honolulu for coal. ; bm 2 bund,es lobacco 21 bun.
The steamer W. G. Hall arrived dies hides, 6 pigs and 163 packages
Fire, t from Kona and Maui ports yesterday ' sundries.
j morning, after a pleasant rouud trip, f Am. schr. Inca. Rasmussen. 55
;She broucbt many passengers and a days from Newcastle, at 10 a. m.
j large cargo of general freight. be-!
sides 2.943 sacks of sugar. Voscolc Tina Tnrloxr
T OJwIwlO .LSU- AUUU.J
of a cold toward pneumonia. Sold by
all dealers and druggists. Benson.
Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii.
Articles of incorporation of the
VANCOUVER. Jan. 6. Remarka
ble electrical phenomena were ob
served by the crew of the big fishing
stonmer Sara, which arrived this af
tei noon from the northern fishing ' IIawait Yacht Club. Ltd.. were filed str. KInau Frecman from Hilo and
grcunds. The steamer, was just yesterday afternoon. The tacorpora- way due abQut p m
south of the Queen Charlotte Islands. tors are- T- - Hobron. E. A. Mott- gtr Dower, from Maui and
on .Saturday evening when she was,SmUh- G- ver, Albert Water-, iIolokai p uue !n afternoon.
struck by a storm, and for four hours;hot,5e and sevcral other we" taown; s. S. Peking, from San. Francisco.
thunder and lightning was almost -acuis,mtu- -due.
continuous. At one time hundreds of , Parser Clar of the W aialeale, s. 3. Aorangi. from Victoria, du.
brilliant corposants, resembling little which arrived yesterday from Koloa.
balls of fire, danced along the steel reports fine weather on the Garden -iin. ; A
foremast stay and along the Jump.1 Me. He reports 4S.1S6 bags of sugar, PaSSengerS Who Amved.
stav and other steel lines between i ready for shipment, of which Mc-
the foremast and main mast. The.Br.rte nas 1?,924, Makawell 11.500-
balls of electrical fire were anoarent-i and M. S. Co. 9.012 bags.
Per str. W. G. Hall. January 17.
, from Lahaina, Maalaea, Kona and
ly about the size of hen's eggs, and I The schooner .Louise for Honolulu , Kau ports J. Monserratt. C W. Sea-,
raced up and down the stays for five' and the bark St. Katharine for Hiloj ward. Mrs. D. Kanuhi. R. Hauxhrs-t,
minutes at a time, during which the sailed from San Francisco, January Mrs. R. Hauxhurst, Dr. A. R. Rowat,
IXOZNOJT-JVC, XI. I.
Phone Main if
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
American-Hawaiian S. 5. Co
NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
VIA PACIFIC COAST.
THE SPLENDID MEW STEEL STEAEBS - --
S. S. Oregonian, 6000 tons, to i-all about Dec. 20.
; S. S. California, G000 tons, to sail about January
! S. S. American, 6000 tons, to sail about February.
From San Francisco for Honolulu, S. S. Uyadbs,.
f3000 tons, sail January 4th, 1902. ,
Forty-second Street, South
Freight received at Company's wharf.
I Brooklyn, at all times.
For Further Particulars Apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
C P. MORSE. General Freight Agent.
ISLAND TRADE A SPECIALTY.
j ETC., ETC.