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THE HONOLULU REUBLICAXt TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1902. 5H
WER PERU ARRIVES FROM
JAPAN AND SAILS FOR
Takes Away Hawaiian Money
Training Ship Mican
Urita al lie
nf Jail-George Beckley is
Tfes Pacific Mai! eteamer Chins
QRjKabt D. K. Friele, arrived from the
Orteai xboat 7:M on Sunday night.
TJ Ctifaa. Wt Hongkong on Decem
ber tl. mm! Yokohama on January
M, sd bad a good pasaege to Ho
JtOtHttt. Tka CMaa brought three paeeen
gcre for Honolulu. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Gray of Kaglaad, aad Edoaard Solly
Oi Parte and 21S Japanese and three! read an account of the life of the ad
C&ia4. She carries twenty through miral, which is a history of the devel
cfttiin, iT Chinese and 17 Japanese : opfnent and progress of Honolulu har
pawaagora. 0 of the cabin pas- bor. Thirty-eight members were
eager to the Coaat is Surgeon L. W.i present at the meeting.
SpaMiag. U. S. N-, aad In the steer-'
MI i a surgeon of the Imperial Jap-' BURGLARS ON WATERFRONT,
aaaae army. j
Tfce Cfclaa discharged S60 tons of, VJsit pacific Mai Dock and Engage n
trtirMt at Honolulu and sailed fort p!ght wjth N,ght Watchman
SaB Francteco at 2 o'clock yesterday. Eflry yesterda. morning thc nigUt
afternoon. J watchman on duty at the Pacific
A mtmbr of Honolulu people left Ma dock s;iw a di,nini,tive man
for Saa'Prancteco on the China. They ( prowling behind a pile of goods
w P. A. Perry. Miss R. A. Tumor. ; which had been taken out of the
J. A. Marrlner. W. T. Howard and feteamer Hyades. He watched the fel-
-wife. It. W. Holley, It. . B. Spalding.
W. 11. HoogK and wife, Miss Sher
"WOfrtl, Mr. Lebmann. Jas. Wakefiejd,
"W. Fisher. George Roe, .Mrs. M. J.
CamrfLK. It. King. A. Caro.
Ten thousand dollars of Hawaiian
money were sent away on the China
to be remeltd and roaJe into Amer
PURSER OF KINAU NOW
He had resumed his watch only a
ahort time when burglar number two
VETERAN MARINER IS HONORED4wa6 discovered.. This, time it was a
j white man but his nationality could
Honolulu Harbor No. 54 Masters andj
Pilots Association Presents
George Beckley With Admiral's j
Pennant Capt. Brokaw Speaks, j
Harmony hall presented air unusu
si appearance on Sunday evening.
The brothers and sisturs of the differ-1
eat lodges who meet there every j
evonlng of the week bad given way to J
tho members of the Honolulu Harbor.
is. hi American Association oi .uaa-j
tars and Pilots of Steam Vessels of
the United" States of America. In
stead of the usual lodge meetings!
Ur was a fean which b.ought out
th wry finest things to be found in I
the line of food and liquid consump-j
tloa. the best stories and vlttlet
The occasion for this celebration.
was th presentation of an admiral's I
poannnt to the veteran sra dog'
George C Beckley, tho popular pur
r of the Klnnu; neurly all the mem
bars In port attended the meeting and
several visiting brothers were also
Ti, rMuu.toitan f tbo nonnnntl." '. 1 --.- -
r . 1
whs made by Captain Brokaw of the!
Fwriass. He said that the prosen-
tatlon was made as a token of the
-..-i-, .ki-i. o f..n h.- ii.
eafaring men for their brother ofti-jKauai nm'
cr. Tho k was the visible evidence' The ehooner Stimson was damag
of the esteem In which the admiral ' to the extent of about $10,000 in
was hld. and It was the sincere hope j collision vitbthe German ship Robert
at nvarv mn that it mlcht wave for Rickmers on December 26th at Se-
many ywirs over shlo aad shore, sig-
nlfing the presence beneath Its folds I
f a good frtem and a brave and wor-.
When the pennant was unfurled j
the navigators cheered themselves
hoarse. It is eighteen feet In length j
and olsht feet at the hoist. There j
are two admiral's stars on It and In !
the center there are the
iuu uumucr ui uii tuat.-.
Aiiw van wniHWBim ut jiiiulB-i
Uon. the members adjourned to the
anteroom of the halt and sat down
te ft banquet such as cw be ajoyedjda
oniy oy manners, uapi&in uroKaw
proposed the toast of Admiral Beck-
y. which was drunk standing.
admiral responded Jn a neat speech. !
from vrhlck the following extract is
We ought to be prottd of the
" sarice to which we belong. Our
flag1 floats over fifty-four harbors
In the United States, and it will
ever wavn. We are here to enjoy
the good things; the flowjrs you J
See were sent to us by a young
Drops Nor id
Pacific laii Dock Captain
lady, who went to her own hot
house and gathered them when
she heard that I was to be hon
ored by the harbor. Again, I
thank you, my brothers, and In
. doing so I would say that this
your flag shall ever wave on
shore or on sea while I live."
After several other complimentary
speeches had been made Captain Piltz
lew for about five minutes and saw
' him trying to open one of the numer
i ous boxes deposited there. The man,
' who proved to be a Japanese, saw
the watchman and started to retreat
1 He did not run fast enough however.
1 As he arrived at the main gate lead-
ing to the street the watchman over
took him and gave him such a beat
ing that he will remember It for a
long time to come. The watchman
i allowed him to go, and went aboard
to have his right hand dressed, as
the pummeling he administered to
the Jap resulted in a big swollen
not be ascertained. The officers of
caums oy me noise, tnuiK ne was a
Oerman, while the watchman be
lieves he was an Irishman. The
watchman tackled his second job but
did not find it as easy as the first
This was a lively, square American
fight and, although the watchman got
the best of it, he is on sik leave to-
nursing a dislocated hand.
Shipping NeWS and Notes
The S. D. Carleton sailed for the
Sound yesterday morning: in ballast.
The schooner Concord will be laid
"' "' acY" "v "uu uiijiVi
The Malahlni is almost ready for
launching and, within a day or two,
W,H have uer trial trlD-
The bark Gerard C. Toboy sailed
for San Francisco at noon yesterday
with a load of sugar.
.... r, n..nMAt .....1... n.l -1...1..
iuu L.uuiiu win uu iiimiguieti loaayj
and her mailing date for Molokai has I
been postponed until tomorrow. '
It is expected that the Hawaiian!
will be ready to sail for Lahaina and'
tliio some time next Saturday. ., ,,
The Mauna wUl rcsume her sr- J Makee, Tullett. for Ahu
reRular run toda- at noon' whUe thi, Koloa and Kapaa. at 4 p. m.
w- G- naU Eoes back on her regular)
The name of the steamer Simon J. '
Murphy was formally changed to Mel-f
ville Murphy, after one of the newj Str. Mauna Loa. Simerson. for La-; Eva Dennis. Miss M. Jones. Miss-
owners at San Francisco, on Decern- haina. Mnalaea. Kona and Kau at!B ... church Mrs John Kenrick h!
bor 30th. jnoon. !j. James. Mrsaad Miss Casey. Miss!
Th(ft Serra ls due to arrlve here Str. Kinau. Freeman, for Hilo and Colburn jj. g. Strong and wife.' C. P.
froni tne Colonies some time during I T P"ts at noon. Bangham. William Burd. H. a Gilbert. !
the afternoon and she will be civen! Str- W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, forj, . o,. n i t ,s, r
as qujc'K a dispatch as possible.
The steel four-mated French bark
. . .,., . ,s- Ani.. tn .hoh
(she was moored
at Portland on
i ercber 3lst. and suffered
First Officer John Follett and
. t. . . .
"u - wvw. ... -.. ...v.
1 tntufACtAI le?rtrs n tVa memtirtr rt
.;.,..' ,.0. ., .w.
ine iionoiuiu iwise ut iut- .iiua'n. 1
and Pilots Association.
The bis freight steamer Hyades,
moved to the Railroad wharf yester-
j day morning, and ha beeruru taking;
j in freight. She will sail for Kahului;
The Shipowners Association of thej
Paclne Coast is moving for legislation j
to Be Remelied
looks in Naval Row-
to exclude all foreign vessels, except
those of Spain, from trade between '
i the United States and the Philippines. j
Rear Admiral R. D. Evans, who is
to succeed Rear Admiral Rodgers as(
Commander-in-Chief of the Asiatic'
squadron, will probably sail for Ma-j
nila from San Francisco some time
The German steamer Clara has
been wrecked. near Hoi Hu, Island of
Hainan. Forty-two of the ship's com
pany were saved by the French steam
er Hanai, but Captain Uldcrup andj
three officers, four European passen-'
gers and eleven Chinese are missing.
The master of the iron ship Bow-'
man B. Law, who arrived at Halifax,!
X. S., recently from England, reports i
that his ship was today destroyed by -fire
at Japan. She had carried a car-'
go of oil from the United States.
About two-thirds of the cargo had
been discharged when the ship caught '
The following changes in shipmas-'
ters have been made at San Francis!
on- f! .T. Tosen succeeds Peter J. I
Johnson on the steamer Grace Dol
lar; T. Tonnesoa takes the place of
G. II. Harvey on the steamer Liber
tv : J. W. B. Balch is iu command of
the schooner Annie L., succeeding C. !
During repairs to the ship Dashing '
Wave, at Oakland, Cal.. on January j
4, a solid shot three" inches in dia-,
meter was discovered in one of the'
tfrn timbers. The shot is said to
have been fired into the Dashing , Edward Solly.
Wave during her pursuit of the Gon-i From Maui ports, per str. Claudiue.
federate cruiser Alabama during the ' January 19 C. Hedemann, Miss Mc
Civil War. when she narrowly escap- Gowan, Miss Brunton, J. T. Taylor.
Arrivals at Honolulu.
Str. Claudine, Parker, from
Str. Mikahala, Gregory, from
S. S.-China, Friel, from the Orient.
Str. Noeau, Pederson, from Eleele.
Monday, January 20.
U. S. S. Mohican, Cowden, 32 days
from Lower California.
Schr. Twilight, from Lanahei at
7:15 a. m.
, y . . '
UBpctriurea lium nuuuium.
Monday January -0 '
P. M. S. S. China, Friel. fo'r Sanj
t.v.,..!.. , ,
I...UUJW, ai - y. lu.
Am. ship S. D. Carleton, Amesbury,
for Tacoma, at 10 a. m.
Am. bk, Gerard C. Tobey, Gove, for
San Francisco, at noon. .
Schr. C. L. Woodbury, Harris, for
Hllo; 3 p. m.
acar. 1Vauiheaouii, lor J'aauno,
Vessels Due Today
.San Francisco M. Schanmer, A. O.
S. S. Sierra, Houdlette. from theiSadkin. C. Donohue. W. G. Flanders, '
the Colonies, due this afternoon. Dr. Garrison and wife, Mrs. Emma
Vessels Sailing Today.
Kauai pons at o p. m.
pons at 3 p. tn.
S. S. Sierra
Houdlette. for San
It- . .. .. , , ..l
""" I"""""'? 7 w lQei
I c-. . ..I X -r-- ?!
Prts a 5 p. m.
!DnMMo WT, A .-., J
1 cuaciigcio imu aititcuj
pertr. Mikahala. January 19. from
Kauai ports Mrs. C. M. Cooke. Miss
e ir. Damon, J. F. Hackfeld, H. A.'
Peterson, J. B. Agassix and wife. Miss
M. SSlva, F. Buchardt and wife. A. B.!lng at 7:30 this evening, at the Drill
Hills. W. Fisher, H. Froehlte
k. a F.
Brush and uifo. Dr. Bryant, C. B. Cur-'
MATL CLOSES TOlA.Y
Lahaina, Kahulu. Nahiku.
NawilhvilL Kcloa. Eleele and Hana-
Keanac and Kipahulu
For Maui and Hawaiian ports
COAST AST) FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
1 1 Vessel.
Irmsard. okt SSchmidt Stream Sin Francisco
Ceyfon,bk. jwiller Ok! FishmrktlHlfo ,
Honolpa, schr. ...JOlsen Allen JPnget Sound .
Caas. E. Moody. . . Rasmussen Railway I Puget Sound.
Alden Bessie, bk ! Mackie Railway ISan Francisco.
22 Robert Lewers, schii Underwood
" 3 C. D. Bryant, bk.. . . J Colley
" 31 Joseph Russ Petersen
" 31 Hesper. bk. Friis
Jan. lj Florence, ship Softer ...' 'Railway
" 2 Amelia, bkt. Wilier A,!ea
" 2 Geo. C. Perkins, bkt.i Jensen Navy No. 2.
" 3 Andrew Welch Drew Brewers
" 7 Prince Louis, sh... j Ellefsen Stream
" 10 Helene, schr. Christiansen 'Railway ...
" 14 Star of Bengal, bk.-jUlberg j WiWers
15 Alta, bkt Taronacle (stream
15 Nejvsboy, bkt j Chipperfield ...J Allen
15 Golden Shore, schr. f Rasmussen.... I Railway ....
15 Tillie Starbuck, shili Curtis J Brewers
15 Agnes, ship j Hemke J Irmgard
17 Hawaiian, str. I Ban field i Railroad....
17 Hyades, str. (Garlick (Pacific Mail j Kahului.
17 Inca. schr. (Rasmussen (Stream Puget Sound
20 U. S. S. Mohican... Co wdea J Naval row...JOna cruise.
j U. S. S. Iroquois j Rodman
Mean Temperature 73.3.
Minimum Temperature 70.
Maximum Temperature 73.
Barometer 30.0S; falling.
Mean Dew Point 62.3.
Mean Relative Humidity 70.
North-east; 4 to 1.
Weather cloudy, to fair and hazy.
Forecast for Today.
Light winds; tendency to change of
. , l, 1 . n.'n,nri
uidmunu ncdu, lu p. m. 11 cauici
" clear. Wind light, north.
1 . .
tis, E. C. Warner. Chas. Day, D. II.
Kahaulelio. C. B. Makee, George Kel-
t, L- K. Pearson, C. Ah Chong, Y.
Yanaka, S. Shimamoto, Mrs. Mane,
and 42 deck passengers,
Per steamer China, January 19
From Japan: J. Gray, Mrs. J
N. Omsted, M. Tavares, J. U.
W. E. Skinner and wife, Lup Quan.j Nippon Maru
jAwana, Mary Kimokeo, Helen Aho,jnma ""
j P. Johnson and wife, J. McQueen. j Alameda""!."!
'Mrs. Nainoa. J. L. Coke. W. A. Mc-' Coptic
Kay. W. S. Withers. W. E. Devereaux ,
and 3S deck.
g g j
For San Francisco, per P. M
China, January 19 Miss Mary
ker Captain F. A. Blake, Mrs. F. A.
Blake, Mrs. Leon Brock, Rev. Chas.
S. Buchanan. D. A. Cameron. H. J.
Gosliner, J. Gray. Mrs. J. Gray. J.
Hindekopen. John Jager, Mrs. F. D.
Carroll. Mrs. Anna M. Sawyer, E. J.
w-.... ....w ...... .... ..l.. J..( ,
Schmidtz. Edward Solly, Surgeon L.J
W. Spratling. U. S. NV Rev. H. C i
Stuntz, Mrs. E. Sutch. Captain P. F.
Vararra. Ly W. Winton, R.,R. Wolf..
i.irs. . -n. oii. tunc 1am raK. r.
j-errv - j. a. .wamner. .mibs it. a.
Tl .- T . " ; t a
Turner. W. F. Howard and wife. B,
W. Holey and daughter, R. B. SpaulJ
ing. W. H. Hoogs, M. S. Lehmann,
Miss Sherwood, James
W. Fisher, George Rodiek,
Carroll, E. R. King, J. C.
ir ir t 1
" ' "
Per S. S. Sierra. January 21, for
1 - 1
Anderson, Mrs. M. W. Kennedy. Miss J
C. Crowin. F. Blacketer. Mrs. M. H.
nhnrlpr;. Vm f5iriro rirpnnnn and In-
f. , F.0,l?snr,nr 7cnn. VTn, ?
-"IJO 4-. UlUJWi, .ACt. U. .. 44Un,
! Baker. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker. H. C.
Peckhaia Miss E Peckham.
Young, S. J. Peters, S. T. Alexander,"
w Qassett, J. de Costa and wife. A.'
Costa. F. Costa. John Evans.
Per S. S. Arentura. January 22.
JPago Pago and the Colonies J.
. Lathrop. J. J. Brown.
..... . 3-.. ......
at the D.'III Shed.
ThexnevIy-formed Longs horemens
Union win hold its first regular meet-
The committee which was appoint j
TOE OTHER IS!LA2vDS.
Mail closes. Str. sails,
-:3C p. m. 5:00 p. m.
. . 4:15 p.m.
KinauV. 11:15 a. tn.
Sierra ' Shrsafter
ad of str.
5 hrs after
arr. cf str.
Alien I Puget Soona . .
Sorensons . . I San Francisco.
Navy Whf 1.
. San Francisco.
I Puget Sound.
( Puget Sound.
j &an t rancisco.
1 Xew York. .
Naval row . . J Stationary.
Ujttv -jrnnv A -xm c?x- A
j.jwx-t, ii.xvy, -a. vj ij.iALAMEDA Sat, April
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DAT ; S Z
i. ! t I I
a.m.i it. r.xc.ipt.m. a.m.
1 ThurW 3.2T. 2. .3$! 9.14 10 22 G 40 3.45 G 00
1 1 i 1
I I I 1
Frl .. 21
4.0i! 2.1, 4 & 10.03110 366.10 5.43 G.M
11 Tn mm ! i
4.46"2.0 5.1111.2S10.50.6 39,5.46
i . r.m.! I '
3.23 t.S1 G 03,12 03,11.40,6 39 5-47, 3.46
1 1 '
27 G 00 16 6 57 12 40
6 3Si 47 9.?S
Fuli moon on the 23rd at 1.36 p. m. '
ed last week to draw up a constitu-
tion and by-laws will report, and it
j is expected that a large number of
1 members will be present to ratify it.
China February 14
Doric . . .
March 12 j
Ventura March 26
America .uaru : .iaxcn :s
Alameda April 5j
Peking April 5
Gaelic April 15
Sierra April 10
Hongkong Maru April 22!
Alameda April 26 j
China April 30!
From Honolulu for San Francisco orj
Sierra January 21J
Doric January 31
Alameda February 5 -
Nippon Maru February 8,
onoma February 111
Aiameua Kenruarv b
,.....:. . 7 .
.A n nwi rrt . 1 ry wii 11 nrnn
.uim., ..miu on.u
.March 4 '
Gaelic March 22i
Sierra March 25
Maru March 29!
1 A Cure for Lumbago. ;
j W. C. Williamson, of Amherst. Va., j
' U. S. A., says: "For more than a year
I suffered from lumbago. I finally ;
tried Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it
n.., Mn A.:.. i: t-:i- -i .
1 . 7a 11 ,V i , .. a 7 u '
Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii.
Phone Main (9.
ISLAND TRADE A SPECIALTY.
ma wi a 1 1 n i- l io. n ' ia o to ; i tt. . -- --
i i .-.. x.v. v.v, r.iio.iwj.M j.w preoarea 10 issue io mienainc nassencers coupon THPnnr.u -rHvc-rr.
.la i.5Sl -i.it i.ss! 7.32! om e.to 3.43 4.ii b-v an railroad from San Francisco to all points in the United States.
U - J - j! J s 23! 9 456 Js J - u aDd fr0m New Yrk by an-V steamsh 'P line to all European ports.
As a Residential Suburb
See the Gulick Tract
Oceanic Steamship Co.
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as h.a:e.indet ?.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FJANCISCO.
190L 1991. .
VENTURA Wed., Jan. S3 SIERRA Taes. Jan "1
ALAMEDA Sat. Feb. 1 ALAMEDA Wed Feb, 5
SIERRA Wed., Feb. 12 SONOMA TuasJFeb.il
'ALAMEDA Sat, Feb. 22 ALAMEDA Wed Nor 6
i SONOMA Wed., Mar. 5 VENTURA Taes.7 Mar
ALAMEDA Sat, Mar. 15 ALAMEDA Wed. Mar" 1$
,VENTURA Wed Mar. 26 SIERRA Tuos.', Mar! 25
AUAainuA OU.U, April
SIERRA Wed., April
oir-nrtA vea., Aprn
In connection with the sailing of
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental j.S. Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave ihla
port on or about the dates below mentioned:
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
GAELIC JAN. 2S
HONGKONG MARU FEB. 6
CHINA FEB. 14
IDORIC FEB. 22
' NIPPON MARU MAR. 4
..January 2S "" u MAR. 12
.Februarv 1 1 COPTIC MAR. 20
.February c,A)IERrcA MARU MAR. 28
"-"vx AfKIL. 0
UAtL,lU APRIL 15
HONGKONG MARU APRIL 22
FOR GENERAL INFO RMATION A PPL Y TO
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Royal Mail Line.
Steamers of the above line running in connection with the CANADIAN
vcw !J ,MT u"n'KAriY between Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney.
""" ttUU w,uui au "Ja, u.Ka., ana irionolulu, and Brisbane, O., ars
DUE AT HOISJCDLUL.U
Frm Mrtin"'" fr FY and Brisbane for
xmivi - -r-... .-
- '"' - rcti. iO
On or about the
THROUGH TICKETS Issued from
For Freight and Passage, and all
THEO. H. DAVTES & CO.,
NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
VIA PACIFIC COAST.
THE SPLEKDID HEW STEEL STEaMEHS
S. S. Okegonian, G000 tons, to sail about Dec. 20.
S. S. California, 6000 tons, to sail atxmt January
20, 1902. J
S. S. American, 6000 tons, to sail about February.
-From San Francisco for Honolulu. S. S..HTAnm ",
onrini -it .
lovvv ions, sail January 4tn,
Freight received at Company's
Brooklyn, at all thnes.
For Further Particnlara Apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
C. P. MORSE. General Freight Agent. AGE.NTS, HONOLULU.
I 5uno St-
Is attracting lots of attention since the
Rapid Transit Co., built their extension.
Before buyihg buildii g lots elsewhere,
a beautiful locality "healthy, every
facilit), electric cars, wato" laid. etc.
Easy terms of payment apply
MRS. S. K. GULICK.
F. O. BOX -415.
a auamm.UA. Wed. April 9
16 SONOMA TuosJ Aorll IS
26 ALAMEDA Ved- Anril la
iuea.. May (
the above steamers the agents
INFORMATION APPLY TO
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
DORIC JAN-. 3l
NIPPON MARU FEB. 8
PERU FEa 22
COPTIC MAIL H
AMERICA MARU MAR. 11
SETLYG MAR. 18
GAELIC MAR. 29
HONGKONG .MARU APRIL I
CHINA APRIL II
" "" m.uuytr
dates stated above.
Honolulu to Canada. Unitod States
general Information, apply to
.nA - - .UV
ETC., ETC -