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THE HONOLULU REUBLICAI?, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1902.
Fourth Mate Lay ton Suffers From Eye Trouble
Co Has a Hard Storv lo Tell Nineteen Men Oat of TinM
TOM wltes baric John and Win-
Uuott arrived off port eartv yesterday '
jwurfwr aftr a leJwtreiv voyage of ,
SI days from San Francteco. bhe is
bound on a crate which probably
will last about tea months. She put
to here because Fourth Officor Lay
ton is suffering from some disease of
ibc eye and needed medical assist
mtee. Captain Macomber reports that. on.
Uh way down, whales were sighted j
ott. but jmj capture was made. The.
-rawef. on leaving here, will proceed ,
to G.. where she will engage in
trading with tin natives and then will
no to the OkkoUk Sea whaling.
so to the OkkoUk Sea whaling.
Tbre aever wa a ship which came,
to HoMtaki th a more discontented'
crew thaa the John and Winthrop
IX Ut captain had come alongside
of a wharf or even had he anchored
Sit the stream he would not have a
satior left on board his vessel in the
Gets Suckers for Sailors.
n M-..W u mmnrweil nf 4 mates,
1 boat hder. 5 loat steerers or har
poonr8 and 24 men. Out of these
twenty-four, nineteen have never gone
to lea before, and claim that they
were sttanhaied on board the John
and Winthrop by a man named I
Levy, of San Francisco.
Their tory recalls the days when
the old crimping system was an ac
complished fact in even- port in the
An advertisement which appeared
in the San Francisco newspapers '
LAUNCH IS WRECKED
IN HONOLULU BAY
Visitors to the Wn-lmg Bark John
and Winthrop in Disaster Ten
Mites Off Honolulu Rescued by ' nov' 51 da's out from Victoria for
. . j Honolulu, and he is inclined to regard
Yacht Vi-kec- her as lost. The Ventura did not
j bring him any information from the
If any one in or around Honolulu Admiral of the Naval Station at
.. ,,.,,,. , , , , Esquimau concerning her where-
owns the left hind foot of a black, , '., -.,,, , ,. ,Z cn,i ,
abouts, although it is possible that
ckrnbblt secured in a graveyard at an answer to a telegram of inquiry
midnight on a moonlight night, and wh'ch Mr. Hoare sent some time ago
., . , , .. ' may have been seat in the register-
consoquentlv sure to ward of the ' ,
"hoodoo," he can dispose of the same' There are now seven sacks of mail
to a local owner of a gasoline launch, j matter for the Condor at the local
. , ., , ,. . . postofflce. This fact seems to indi
This gentleman Is thoroughly con-1, when sfl? ,eft VIej3lJIa
1nced that he Is laboring under the ! there was no doubt about her being
machinations of a busy "hoodoo" and ; bound for this port. )
that lHithim- short of a rmllrnl rni.i
ody can uellvor him of that belief.
On several Jifferont occasions dur- about the fate of the Condor. The
ing the past few months his launch Hritish vessel Phaeton Is being pre
has mot with different kinds of acci- nared at San Francisco to go out and
riaats, some of which have sorely
tried the patience of the ancient Job.!
The culmination to this series of; Shipping NeWS andNoteS
accidents happened yesterday after-;
noon, when a party went out in the,' The- clothes of the .sailors of- the
launch to visit 'the whaling ship John S. N. Castle were sent to the Quar
aad Winthrop, which was anchored antlne wharf yesterday afternoon to
about ten mile off the harbor. The fumigated.
tri out was all that could bo de-, It Is said that the steamers of the
sired. The whaler was reached in
doe time, and after a pleasant stay
on board, the launch started on her
retvrn trip, while the John and Win
throp set sail and put out to soa.
Kverrthias went well for about 109
yards, when suddenly the engine
broke dowa. Only one oar was in the
boat and as the tide was rising the
fawacb was rapidly drifting towards
tae ocean. The situation was a criti
eal one. The sea was smooth enough
aad the wind was light but the pros
poet of being adrift on the broad Pa
ciSc with nothing to oat. and no liq-
Hids bt a can of gasoline oil. was
none too pleasant. '
The pump was broken and beyond
impair upon the high seas. But for--
tuaateiv. a roscuing partv appeared
t k.i i .. .k-. .k
Vi-keo. After several clever raaneu-vr-5,
Prince David's yacnt captured
the helpless launch and towed her
bsck to the boat landing, where Cap -
tain C. L. Crabbe and his crew re ;
ceived the grateful thanks of the'
launch wrecked party. 1
NEEDS MEDICAL ASSISTAN
Been to Sea Sefore
during the month of September, at-'
tracted the attention of a number of
It read thus:
loung men to go on
a cruise in the South Seas. No
experience required. Apply to L.
Levy, Battery and Jackson
Passengers to Shoot Whales.
When the men applied to go on
the cruise, it Is claimed that they
. .. .. , cnornDn.c mri-
be requlr(jd Q them They big Cape erde Island Portuguese i
.cre t0 be passenBers as far as theiwh are officers of the sh,p; the-v dld ,
n.w. qAfl nn, thon .,,, havpjit in a lively fashion. Up the rigging.
,Q he b(jats and sboot whaIes.'they went, and then on a rope to the,
AmerIcan splrit of adventure gotjfarther end of the yarfs; Some 0f I
L. .. , tl,m tlini. iIr,noH h- them would have left their work un-.
, . . . th th S d the
. aboard. A $40 note
advanc(? wagM wag supposed to ,
be given thom. but as a matter of fact j
none of the men ever saw the color
of it. They say that L. Levy re
ceived the notes, as, accordiug to the
American shipping laws, they cannot , sigh of relief and secretly made pre-, the Japanese coast with 1400 souls
be cashed until 4S hours after the parations to add to the floating pop- aboard, which was published yester
vessel has sailed, and in exchange the ' ulation of Honolulu. day afternocn in a local newspaper.
man received a "comnlete" whalers;
Complete Whalers' Outfit.
Whon the men opened their bags
on board, this is what they found:
One pair heavy shoes. 2 pairs stock-1
ings. 1 suit heavy underwear. 1 light
woolen cap, and one bottle of whis-l
key. And that whaler's outfit is sup-'
posed to last ten months : une oi me
men has sworn that he will not touch
the contents of his bag and proposes
to return it to the dealer and shipping
master when the voyage is ended.
GRAVE ALARM FELT
ABOUT THE FATE OF
BRITISH SLOOP CONDOR
British Consul W R. Hoare feels
very much alarmed over the fate of
the sloop of war Condor, which is
i iTtss msnaicnes nroncnr nv me
Ventura state that considerable alarm
is felt In Victoria and San Francisco
' a n rr K f n
Pacific Mall Company are to be fitted
lor carrying large bodies of troops
between San Fraucisco and the
The U. S. transport Kilpatrick
sailed from San Francisco on the 16th
for Honolulu and Manila. She is due
some time today.
The French cruiser Le Protet left
San Francisco on Januarj- 16th for
th's port whore she will remain about
tea days. ,'
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan
barkentine Planter sailed yesterday
for Honolulu and the bark Mauna Ala.
Captain Smith, cleared for the same
George H. Whitney and Carl F.
--nors. Federal Inspectors of Hulls
and Boilers. left on the transport Kll-
Patrick on January 16. and are ex-
. nxfM tn nrrfro h
pected to arrive here to-day.
The Havana Post announces on the
authority of one of the contractors
i that the work of raislnr the wreck
of the UnIted States -rship Malne
will begin In a -ery short time.
-0 F. ingr3m, who runs one of
Duranfs lunches, has accepted a
He says that he -will bay clothes from
the slop chest, and on his return to
San Francisco will report the whole
! matter to the authorities.
I The first day at sea for the "sailors"
' of the John and Winthrop was one
of cruel deceptions. They thought
they were to be only passengers, butj
the captain thought otherwise. j
Seasickness notwithstanding, they
were 'ordered up aloft to unfurl the
sails, and, under the directions of the
finished but for the presence of the '
big colored officer near by
urew prepares ,io escape. .
When the fourth mate's illness '
compelled the vessel to turn her bow ;
towards Hawaii, the men breathed a
Thev counted without their host. '
i however. Captain Macomber knows
ja thing or two in the whaling busi-
! ness, and it is not the first time that
he has had such a crew. In fact no
other kind of a crew can be secured
to go whaling.
Captain Macomber dill not bring his
ship inside but kept her cruising out-
side under snort sans, waning ior tne
return of his fourth mate.
The John and Winthrop will
ceed on her long cruise early
position as first assistant engineer
on the U. S. S. Iroquois and will en-;
ter upon his new duties nxt Monday.
V.U.U.b IU tu !!. UUWC. U
Soir, the French Minister of Manrifc
. . i ii...
has appointed a commission to in-'
quire into the reports of the crimp
ing of French seamen at Portland, O. .
K AAnHirii . tltn TTt Wan r'nii1m 1
, 0 ., . w . .
A. E. S. Hambclton. who command-
,t th0 ctonmor r.,QllB nn U, (net vlcit'l
here, will go East on a vacation on
returning to San Francisco. Captain!
i tnuii viii lciivy: iuc vjtidiu uui uii iici
next trip. j
The names cf two of the local !
yachts have been changed by their
Sonny Cunha has re-1
christened the Shamrock III the Ka-
huna. and Christian Conradt has
named the Rose the Kaumana.
Acent L. E. Reehe. nf thp Globe
Navigation Company, has received;
worn tnat tne rampico nau lert seat
tie, January 12, for Honolulu with i
freight. She should arrive here to-
day or to-morrow.
During the six months ended De-,
cember 31 there were built in thej
United States and numbered by the!
Bureau of Navigation 717 rigged ves-'
sels of 154.073 gross tons, compared 1
with 56S rigged vessels of 179.229 1 from San Francisco, due.
gross tons for the corresponding six 1
Th?NelIu'leship Maine is 7S per PaSSerfrS Wh Arrived
cent completed, according to a report '
received at the Navy Department From Kauai, per str. James Makee,
Naval officials are satisfied she can January 23 Paul Isenberg, L. E. Bee
be placed in commission by February ' be. T. W. Nottingham.
15. 1903. the fifth anniversary of the ; From Kauai per str w G. HalI
sinking of the former battleship , Ja 3H A Ja stadt.
Maine in Havana harbor. , . .
A new rule has gone into effect in ,
the Pacific Coast Steamship Com-
pany's service, requiring all quarter- PaSSengerS Who Departed.
masters to have licenses as deck offi-
cers. The new arrangem-nt is de- F(Jr tfae ColonIes Q s s Ven.
signed to place a stronger safeguard . , . T . . ,.
about the lives and property intrust- tura' Jan' 23-Jn Lathrop and the
ed to the company's care. None but R,al Company of players,
quartermasters holding licenses will In transit to Pago Pago and Colon-
at any time be in charge of the wh?el.
The boys of the Iroqucis are jubi
lant over the news received by the
Ventura. Able seaman C Flaherty.
who was on the gunboat Petrel dur-
.Ing the battle of Mtnila bay. has been
recommended by the Secretary- of the M3S M HeImrod. Mrs. C. Dutton.
Navy for honorable mention in recog- ,,, ,, .. ,,
nition of the conspiencus braverv.Ml5S M- Neua-an M- Inian and
shown by Flahertr in the sen-Ice of w,fe- Mrs- - M: Und- Charles T.
the United States. kelson. Mrs. F. Hynes, a J. Wilkins,
Press dispatches report that a bot- A- Lind- Mlss J- Maginnity, R. P. Mar
tie containing a message thrown into tin. H- Estinghausen, S. F. Palmer. G.
the Mackinaw River la Illinois on Waagenheiza. wife and children. Mr.
Jan. 27. 1S&0. has been found on th? Goodyear, George D. Dood. 3Hss
coast near Santa Monica, Cal It .
must h3ve followed the Mackinaw ti
its confluence with the Illinois and,,v w , . ,-
. a-.s . !. . - t jf "- Homer, W. A. Pears and wife,
thence floated to the Mississippi and ' ,,,. .. ,-..,, .
,v,..i. .k ..1, r -vr.- .. ....1- Horner. W. A. Pears and wife.
v vw-agji .jac: uuu vi viCAitcW IU IU.
Atlantic Ocean currents are sup-
posed to have carried the battle j
around the Horn and up the Pacific
COAST AXD FOREIGN TEASELS IX POET.
j Arrived Xesstl
Dec 23 Inneard. bkt.
25 f Honolpu. schr.
26 Chas. E. Moody
" 27,Aldea Bessie, bk. .. J Mackie
Robert Lewers. scix
Underwood .... Allen
C. D. Bryant, bfc. . .
31 ! Hesper. bls
1 i Florence, ship jSpfcer
2 Geo. C. Perkins, bkt.j Jensen ""y N'o. 2.. J Puget Sound.
3 I Andrew Welch I Drew (Brewers J San Francisco.
7 j Prince Louis, sh... Ellefsen SRaJIway JPnget Sound.
10 ! Helene, schr. ( Christiansen ' Railway . . . . San Francisco.
Hjstar ct Bengal, DK..fuioerg i iwers fuget s-ouna .
15 j Alia, bkt Thronagle Oceanic j Puget Sound.
15 Newsboy, bkt j Caipperneld ...J Alien Puget Sound.
15 j Golden Shore, schr. Rasmussen.... 'Railway .... Puget Sound.
15 Tillie Starbuck. shiij Curtis I Brewers San Francisco.
15 Agnes, ship Hemfce jlrmgard San Francisco
17 Hawaiian, str. 'BanfieW I Railroad INew York.
17 Hyades, str. Garllck Pacific Mail ! Kahului.
17 Inca. schr. Rasmussen Stream Puget Sound.
20 U. S. S. Mohican 'Cowden Naval row. ..( On a cruise.
22JS. J. Allen, bkt Johnson ...'"Stream ;San Francisco.
U. S. S. Iroquois Rodman (Naval row .. j Stationary.
Mean Temperature SS.3.
Minimum Temperature 63.
Maximum Temperature 76.
Barometer 29.S7; falling.
Mean Dew Point 62.3.
Mean Relative Humidity SI.
North to south; 2 to calm.
Weather variable to overcast.
Westerly airs, probabily rain.
Forecast for Today.
Fresh north winds; probably rain.
AT DIAMOND HEAD
Diamond Head, 10 p. m. Weather ',
bazy. Wind "light, north-east.
c()ast a journev of over 1000o miles
Tfae gtQry Qf the sInkin? of the
Tjnjte, states Transport Sheridan off
's not credited in naval and shipping
drcies. inquires maue ai me .Mai
station and at the Quartermaster'si
,K fi,.., ,. ... , '
Uliil. lullvtl IU Vlitl4ill LJiCT 1 U114W1, i
nothing had been heard of it at
eiti,er office. Neither the San Fran-
cisco Shipping Guide nor any of the!
San brancisco newspapers have anythe Mohican has excited much en-
. thing whatever about such a disaster
having happened to the Sheridan, and
"" -"- " .--. -.-. ""'
been issued up to the evening ol
iiDuiiiwwuun iiTiTninn i-Lnirtrm
Thursday, Jan. 16. the time of sail
ing of the Ventura.
Arrivals at Honolulu.
Thursday, January 23.
I Str. James Makee, Tullett, from
gtr W Q Ha T,,Omps0n from
Am- whale bark John & Winthrop,
Macomber, from San Francisco. De-j
cemoer 1'bth; called to put sick man;
. .. , , . , i
""uv, ouuului "" auu "" wuioiuc.
Departures from Honolulu,
Thursday, January 23.
Ventura. Hayward, for
O. S. S.
Pago Pago and the Colonies.
Str. Kaiulani. Dower, for Malm- peru .!!!!! !!!'!!!!!!!!!!March 12
re-jkona and Hamakua ports. i Alameda "."."." ..".".".".".". '.'.'.'.'.'.'. March 15
str. iwalani, Greene, for KauaiiCoptic March 22
nnrtc t k r. m ' .Ventura March 26
Sir- Lehua, Napala. for
, , . i
and Maul ports, at d p. m.
Schr. Twilight, for Hanalei and Ka-
ilhiwai. at 5 p. m.
Vessels Due Today
U. S. transport Kilpatrick. Rogers.
es trancis Harman. Mrs. Basil
Ricketts, F. J. Doddemeade, Rev.
Father T. McSweeney. Paul Steinfeld.
W. R. Godfrey, A. Johnson, F. H.
Hollwav. Joseph Mnlaueenv. E. G.
jjnd. a H. King. George Heimrod.
Hynes, G. T. Williams, F. D. Frank. !
Rev. Fathpr Tarlor. H. Anion. TV .T .'
. an, A. F. Cate. S. Johnston, Paul Per-
eesia. H. M Baxter. George Darrell.
Thomas Lawless, E. J. Rogers aad
,01sea ! Allen jPuget Sound
1 Rasmossen 1 Railway ! Puget Sound.
J San Francisco.
Paget Sound ..
J Navy War 1
Railway j Paget Sound.
jsiTS. 3I002T. AXD SEA!
a.m J F:.
Mocj2j 1 ! 2.1
1.03J .0 ,.ls S.40
lo- 7.32. 9.04;.0
Tn.pij 1-5SJ 2-t
188.8.131.52.4$ S.23 9.45 6.0,
3.t s n
3.2TI 2.i 3.W 3.14.10 22 6.49
Frt .. '24! 4.( 2.1, 4 20 10.03 10.56 6.10 5.43 6.W
ajn 'P.m l
. 25? 4.46' 2
14 11.2S 10.50 6.39 3.46
I ; I I l.m.,
!SaQ.j26 5.23 1.S 6.05.12.U3 11.40.6 3S 5.47
M-- 27 6 W t 6 6 5T'l2 40!-
'6 a'3 47'
wife, Mrs. J. E. Crilley, Master
Hill. Charles Mack, M. Segreel.
Five Native Boys Accepted on the
Training Ship Mohican.
A number of Hawaiian boys were
at the boat landing early yesterday
morning waiting for the Mohican's
launch which, at S o'clock, took them
over to the training vessel to be ex-
, amjne(j for entrance into the United
gtateg servJce Five were accepted
. . . , ... , ,. ,
and two rejected, while several others
must return today.
The offer of Captain Cowden to
take a dozen native boys on board
j tirusjasn, among them and created
j m ilUerest am0ng naval officers.
-rue" response t0 the offer has been
j very satisiactory so iar. inasmucn
as the vessel is to remain in port a
1 ....1- liuiitn, t St. ovnarta 1 (lint n
i nccrv iuu(CL it. is vah-m. a ..
.number of Hawaiian boys who desire
to enter the service of the United
States navy, will take advantage of
'the opportunity which is now offered
, to them.
i --- ARRIVE.
At Honolulu from San Francisco
V ctona. t
I Alamoiln Fphnmrv
! Hongkong Maru February
Sierra February 12
China February 14,
Moana February 15 ,
, Doric February 22 ;
Alameda February 22
Nippon Maru Marcn 4.
i nn nm i tmr I'll
America Maru March 2S,
Alameda April o
From Honolulu for San Francisco or
!Doric .January 31
(Alameda February 5
Nippon Maru February S
Sonoma February 11
Per" 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 8
Alameda April 9
Phone Main 1(0.
ISLAND TRADE A SPECIALTY.
As a Residenta 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, everv
facility, electric cars, wate- "laifl, eU.
Easy terms of payment apply
MRS. S. K. GULICK.
F. Q. BOX 13.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as horeesdftf J
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FJANCtSCO.
r ALAMEDA ...-. Sat. Feb. 1
SIERRA Wed.. Feb. 12
s.iiALAMEDA Sat Feb. S2
,, ISONOMA Wed Mar. 5
'"ALAMEDA Sat., Mar. 15
I VENTURA Wed, Mar. 26
: ALAMEDA Sat., April
.Wed., April 16
ALAMEDA Sat, April 26
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agtnta 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 & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental S.S. CoantJ Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above Companies
port on or about the dates below
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN
GAELIC JAN. 2S
HONGKONG MARU .".".'!.".".".' FEB.' "6
nnn ,. ." "
iiiinii . . . M4r-r
AMKnifTA fAPTT WAD tii
PEKING ..".Y.APRIL 5
( GAELIC . .' '.'..'.'. '.'.'.'.'. .APRIL 15
HONGKONG MARU APRIL 22
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Royal Mail Line.
Steamers of the above line running in connection with the CANADIAN
PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver. B. C. and Sydney
N.S.W., and calling at Victoria, B.C.. and Honolulu, and Brisbane, G., are
DUE AT HOrJOLULU
From Vancouver and Victoria for From Sydney and Brisbane for
or.ooane ana ayaney
On or about the dates stated above.
THROUGH TICKETS issued from Honolulu to Canada. United States
For Freight and Passage, and all
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co
NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
VIA PACIFIC COAST.
THE SPLEHDID MEW STEEL STEAMEBS -
i S. S. California:, to sail about Januarv 25th.
S. S. American, to sail about March 15th.
j S. S. Hyades, to sail from San Francisco, February
Freight received at Company's wharf, Forty-second Street, South
Brooklyn, at all times.
ForFnrther Particulars Apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. AGENTS. HONOLULU.
ALAMEDA Wed., Feb.
SONOMA Tus Feb 11
ALAMEDA Wed, Nor 5
VENTURA Tues., Mar,
ALAMEDA Wed.. Mar 19
SIERRA Tuea Mar 25
5 ALAMEDA Wed.. April 9
..Tues., April 15
ALAMEDA Wed, April tj
TSNTUR:V T3., May f
will call at Honolulu and leave hl
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
DORIC JAN 31
NIPPON MARU FEB. 8
PERU FEB. 25
COPTIC MAR. 4
AMERICA MARU MAR 11
PEKING MAR. 19
GAELIC MAR. 29
HONGKONG MARU APRIL I
CHINA APRIL IS
Victoria and Vancouver
MOANA ...JAN I j
general information, apply to