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THE HONOLULU REUBLIC 5. SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1902.
Passengers Claim Hearing of Terrible Disaster
Spicer a Much
, 'Ttat- baly tJfJlc of conversation
ftlBriK tie wirfjroat yesterday was
ike reported km of the transport
Sfcertdnn off the Japanese coast, with
141 aowls or board. Practically all
the shipping men discredit the rumor.
Tlie torr wag traced to Horace '
Cook nod R. II. Hoyne, who arrived
here on Wednesday night on the Ven-
tor. They say that the story was
published in the Ssn Francisco
teita and that they heard of it about
California street ,Jn the vicinity of Passengers on Transport. j dren, Mrs. George McCue and son,
the Merchant's Exchange. No details' Colonel Frank D. Baldwin and i Mrs. Reuben Smith, Mrs. S. B. Pear
were gire other than that the Sher- v,He. Major C. J. Chub. Captains j son. Mrs. Reuben Smith. Mrs. S. M.
idan had been lost with all hands , James T. Moore. James A. Hutton. I Waterhouse. D. W. Riley, Andrew
board. One thlnr however, which Khmtleworth and wife. Andrus and ' Wrav. G. F. Lovell. J. Dirckinck,
wss positively learned yesterday was, Xuttman; Lieutenants O. S. Eskridge. ' John L. Coburg, A. G. Hanton, H. S. .... -
that the Sheridan was not bound to c. S. Fries. E. Van D. Murphy. James Peabody, W. H. McDonald and wife. Shipping NeWS and Notes
Sua Francisco, as reported on Thurs- m. Kimbraugh and McNamara; Sec- j John -M. Tuther. W. F. Montavan and
jr afternoon, but was going exactly . ond Lieutenants W. S. Persons, John j wife, W. F. Roane, R. J. O'Hanlon The freighter Hyades will sail to
la the opposite direction. J. Fulmer, Kelton L. Pepper and Ar- T. J. Carberry, -Mrs. J. C. Muerman. , daj. for San Francisco via Kahului.
Not Going to Nagasaki.
The Sheridan left San Francisco.
HBHWHi; . W1IMH W .t.m. ...... .....
Gtiam. Her course tnererore wouiu ;
not nave Been uv .NagasuKi, s me
otScent of the Ventura were credited
It is honed that the Kilrmtrick. '
which Is de here at any time, may I
sring some later news either con-(.
rwig or denying the story.
A copy of the regular edition of
the San Francisco Evening Bulletin j
of January 16 was in possession of
the Republican, but it did not contain
one Hne concerning the fate of the '
Shgridan. Of course the news may
Ssve been publfsh(Hl in a late evening
The Sheridan is commanded by
Ciain Pierce. She loft San Fran-el-tco
on New Year's dav and the
MOHICAN TARS ARE
GIVING WORK TO POLIGE I
LIVEtY TIMES ON WATERFRONT
Sailors Who Overstayed Leave Try to
Drown Otficers Reward Offered
for Return on Board Large
Party on Shore.
The waterfront police had a busy
day yesterday rounding up a dozen
ssa.-ws of the training ship Mohican
vho had overstayed their loave. Re
wards had been offered by Captain
Cowden for their return uboard and
this proved a good stimulant to the
local ofllcors. The
paid to the police are being taken out
jf the pay of the sailors, and the tars
have made up their minds to give the
officers a run for their money.
About S o'clock yesterday afternoon
Six sailors in charge of a police offi-
cer left the boat landing in a row-; morning on the mate, carpenter and ss vessejs. each over 1000 tons, and y,ork and San Francisco: S. S. Cali
boat. bound for the Mohican. From ' two sailors of the Florence as wit- aggregating 103.S32 tons. Of these 14 ' fornia to sail about January 25; S. S.
the time they left the boat landing j nesses in the case of J. Van Dyke, steel steamers, aggregating 52.310 American, to sail about March 15; S.
until they came alongside the train-, second mate of the vessel, against tons, were built on the Great Lakes, s. Hyades. to sail from San Francisco
lag ship the life of the officer was 01a(01sen, John Johansenanda third ( Four are for the seaboard, two bana- February 19.
not worth an old Hawaiian penny. , sailor accused of assault and battery, na steamer?. Watson -and Buckman. " "
The tars divided themselves, on
both sides of the boat. and. sitting ,
on tn gwuwnle. had a little fun at
the oi&cer's expense by swinging the
boat. A large crowd gathered on the
wharves and for fully an hour wit-i
ntorod the most oxcttlng trip that
. was over made by a boat in Honolulu
vTho police officer, seated at the
st&rn of the boat, did not dare to -
move, and when off the Wilder's ' brought the charge against the three the Pacific, aggregating 2.310 tons. -wharf
shouted for holn. Another of sailors who. it was alleged, had struck . a London dispatch gives the ship
eyr on duty along the waterfront him because he was a union man and building statistics of Great Britain
Jumped Into one of the Star of Ben-, they were non-union sailors. ' for. 1901. which shows that 1233 ves
.al's boats and went to the help of; After the case had been disposed sels were launched in the United
his brother on the force. His arrival ( of In the police court yesterday after-; Kingdom, representing 1.797.C75 tons,
however did not simplify matters butj noon an the sailors were released. . and 1.47S.SIS horse-power, compared
made them worse, fhe boat under J Van Dyke was paid off by Captain,1 with 124S vessels.!. 660.709 tons, and
the swinging of the sailors rolled s
worse man ever anu a disaster was i
axpected at any moment by the spec-1
tators on shore.
After aa hour of hard work the
party .finally reached the Mohican,
where the sailors were turned over to
the ofliqers'.of their ship to be dealt
Tilings liroly Along
js Sailing ol to Florence.
departure was made an occasion for
nuite a demonstration.
In 'addition to the several hundred
members of the crew, the following
; departed on the Sheridan, four com
panies of the Twenty-seventh Infan-
trv, consisting of 402 enlisted men, 1
four troops of the Eleventh Cavalry j
numbering 322 men, 7-17 recruits, 17
Hospital Corps men. headquarters
Bui-'and band of the Twenty-seventh
, Regiment, and various line officers.
thur A. Dalton; Chaplain Rice and
wife of the Twenty-seventh Infautry
.UdJUl J. -. niV,. w. . - -j
Haines, W. M. Howell, wire anu two ,
cliuuren anu mouier: t.. m. ieurj- uuu
wife: Lieutenants T. 11. Taylor A. S.
Odell and F. P. Ames; Second Lieu-
tenant D. D. Tomnkins and wife ,
j0hn Svmingtpn. C. M. Baird. W, G.
Meade and H. Westermoreland; Vet-;
, inary Surgeon Alexander McDonald,
i Surgeon-Captain James S. Kennedy'
0f the Eleventh Cavalry. Major j
Thomas F. Davis. Lieutenants G. V.
! .. . . .. r-.-l.l- r 1 t .-....-.-.
itouney. i-. rv. oiiiiiu, o.-uuu .-tu.v-i.-(
ants J. V. Kusnik, Charles Keller,
M. A. Keyes, H. D. Mitchell. J. A.
Higgins, W. M. True; medical offi-i
cers. Captain Henry R. Styles. Cap -
tain Thomas N. Marshall. Surgeon C.
F. Willinras in charge of recruits.
Colonel Forney. U. S. M. C. and or-
i with according to the rules and reg
ulatlons of the United States Navy.
sailors landed at the boat landing on
sailors landed on the boat landing on
shore leave, and it is their turn to j
nave a Rood time and worry the
FLORENCE DELAYED BY
ALLEGED SPITE WORK
MATE VAN DYKE IS ACCUSED.
j Captain Spicer is a Disgusted Man.
j Claims that His- Officer Vents j
! Soite Because He Was Refused
A disgusted man along the water-
fr.r.t ..o.taril.,- im. PrirCtnin 5rIo- nf
fmnt vofonh - ivns Pnn.nln nlrt-r nf '
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the ship Florence. His vessel was
ready to go to sea. but was unable to
do so on account of the presence of
'some of his crew being required in
"he police court. x
Subpoenas were served yesterday
Captain Spicer claimed that the
whole case was simply one of spite
work on the part of Van Dyke, be-
cause Van Dyke's request for his dis-
-iMge had been denied.
It appears that Van Dyke wantei
o be paid off here. Captain Splcor
said that he would not pay the man
until after the cargo had been dis-
charged and the ballast, loaded in the ,
ship. Van Dyke became angry and
Spicer and the Florence will proba-
o.y go o sea touay. .
The flagpole for the United States
naval reservation -at Halawa was er-f
coted yesterday and a solemn flag t
raising will be held some time next'
derly; Captain B. F. Cheatham and ;
wife, Major C. Gresham. assis-j
tant Surgeons; Louis W. Bishop and
George M. Meyers, United Staes Na-j
vy; Chaplain Charles M. Charlton, j
United States Navy; Paymaster J.
R. Martin, "United States Navy, and
wife, Mrs. Dita N. Kinney. Mrs. H. i
K. Bailey and Miss Bailey. Mrs. C. ,
H. Cheever, 3Irs. N. R. Styles. Mrs. .
D ! Tate and son. Mrs. Compton
Wilson, Mrs. J. Uhrig and two chil-j
Mrs L. Milliman and child, Mrs. D. L
, Montgomery, Mrs. John T. Swift and ,
' child. Mrs. Thomas Neuwirth. Mrs. E.
v..u. .'.-. . . , ..
v. Jomison, airs. u. v. owgiu uuu ,
cnuu. .Mrs. uusk. umwua nu' i
son. Charles B. Smith. M
an, Mrs. Dr. P. L. Sherman and child,
Chaplain S. J. Smith. M. B. uook. ,
John L. Irvin, .Miss Lillian Murray,
Captain R. C. Langdon and It. D.
Mrs. Dita N. Kinney, superinten-.
dent of the Army female nurses, was
a passenger for .Manila, as was aiso
.f T "..-.!- .TnK.lt-1 ." ...n TTn.t...
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States Legation at Chefoo. School
teachers sailing .for the Philippines to
accept positions were: William F.
1 Montavon and wife. W K Roane, R.
JJ. O'Hanlon, T. C. Carberry. Mrs. J.
; C. Muerman. Mrs. M. Millman and
i Miss Lillian Murray.
IN TrTF MTTFfl TSTF.
111 lllJ-l Ullll-Lrl; OlHlLO
STAT1STCS OF TWO COUNTRIES
Output of Clyde Shipyards Last Year ,
Largest on Record Over Half,
Million Tons Decline on the At
, ... . ,. ,.
During the six months ending De-
cember 31. 1901, there were built in
tle United States and officiallv num-:and
oere(. by the bureau of navigation 717
r,v-. vSKoic nt .7.ti nc ,nn
..c0v-u . v.J---V.a7 v .v,"iu C,aw-r .-.,
compared with 56S rigged vessels of
1779,229 gross tons for the correspon-,
dine six months nf 1900 Canal boats
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411U nutignCU Uilli,Ud ittc lL 11IL.1UUCU.
The principal decline. 19,752 tons,
js on the Atlantic seaboard, and is at-
tributed to. work on several large
ocean steamers, which will be com-
pleted during the coming six months.
included in the six months figures are '
each of 1S20 tons, the Hugoma 21S2
tons, and the Minnetonka. 5270 tonS
The Minnetonka will be cut in two
to pass the canals,
On the seaboard 15 wooden schoon-.
ers. of 24.964 tons, were built, five
steel steamers for the coasting trade.'
and one steel ferry boat, aggregating
20.964 tons. Square rigged vessels
are the steel ship William P. Fry&
3.374 tons, and two barkentines on
1.237.626 Indicated horsepower in the
.year law. These launqnmgs Includ-
ed S70 ships representing S37.690 tons
for foreign and colonial owners. !
The output of the Clyde shipyards j
for the past year was the largest
on record. For the first time it total-
led over half a million of tonnage.
COAST AJsT FOREIGN VESSELS Es" POBT.
' Dec 23i1rmgard. bkt ! Schmidt
t Unrst!n W ma
2SIChas. E. Moody... ' Rasmussen J Railway
" 27? Aldea Bessie, bk. . . J Mackie 'Railway
2S j Robert Levers, schi Underwood Allen.
30 CD. Bryant, bk ColTey Stream
31 1 Joseph Rnss Petersen N'avy Waf 1.
" 31 Hesper. bk. ; Friis Railway
Jan. 1 ' Florence, ship tSpfcer 'Railway
" 2 , Geo. C Perkins, bkt.; Jensen j N'aT5" Xo- -
" 3 i Andrew Welch ! Drew ,'Jr?.wers
I - T 1 Prince Louis, so... lEllefsen
" 15 Alia, bkt
sehr. i Christiansen i Kauway
" 15 1 Newsboy, bkt Chipperneki ...f Allen ; Paget Sound.
" 15j Golden Shore; schr. Rasmussen Railway j Paget sound.
" IS , Tillie Starbuck. shiij Curtis J Brewers I San Francisco
- 15 Agnes, ship j Hemke Inngard San Francisco
" 17 Hawaiian, str. ! Ban field j Railroad jNew York. .
M 17 Hyades, str. 'Garllck Pacific Mall JKahuhii.
17llnca, schr Rasmassen j Stream Paget Sound.
" 20 'U. S. S. Mohican...' Cowden Naval row. ..! On a cruise.
" 22 1 S. J. Allen, bkt j Johnson j Stream San Francisco.
S, S. Iroquois..
j - '
. ,j Rodman
Mean Temperature 66.3.
Minimum Temperature 60.
Maximum Temperature 73.6.
Barometer 29.S6; low and steady.
Mean Dew Point 59.
Mean Relative Humidity 7S.
West to north. 2 to 0.
Cloudy, and showers in the after-
Forecast for Today,
Cold morning, fair weather.
Diamond Head, 10 p. m. Weather
clear. Wind light; north.
The ship I. F. Chapman is announc-
ed to sail from New York about April
Mr. A. Vizzavonna. French consul
at ll,is I,orl- ePects tfle cruiser "Le
Protet" to arrive here today.
nvt arrwis, ui .uuiwu u.uej.:i ,
t:..- ....... ...... n? Inlitnqn Vilitallnl'otc '
were made- yesterday morning and
'-even yesterday arternoon. I
The steamer Waialeale made a'
special trip to Hanamaulu yesterday
afternoon fox a load of sugar.
Captain George Johnson, of
. .. .. .- .!
uarK a jj. Alien, was tne guest oi uis
passengers on the last trip from the !
coast, at the Moaua hotel, on Thurs-!
day venin?;i and was presented withj
a beautiful pair of gold cuff links as a
tokeh of the appreciation of the pas-
j'.-i.cers tor tneir treatment at me,
hands cf Captain Johnson during the!
Keels have been laid in Boole's ship
v.r,lc l 3ar. rrnn.lcm fnt- twn siv
maEted schooners, each of about 1S00
tons, to be used for the Hawaiian Isl -
and trade. They will be 315 feet long
u-v feet ueara ana lbA Uola-
builder says that the masts "will be
'called the "fore." "main." "mizzen,"
"jigger," "spanker" and "driver.'
adds: "When the seventh mast:
comes we will christen ,it the
A novel and extremely simple Hfe -
saving device has been invented by,
M. George Broussel. of Havre. France, i
u is a sort of automatic folding buoy,
is formed merelv of two boards,
of wood, which are joined together in
the center. In ordinary weather it
can be used as a seat on board a ves-
sel and when there ,g danger Qf d
shipwreck it can be instantlv turned
- into a life-savintr buov. Manv exneri-!
,. 1 l ... i "j i.v.
...n-. un.... -.1.-,.... v.nnH .r. .uu
-iicuia uaic aii.aui uccu mauc nuuiSOnftni 1
it and they show that it can do ef -
fetie work as well in a storm as
in a calm sea
The American-Hawaiian Steamship
Companv announces the following
dates for its steamers to leave New
Arrivals at Honolulu.
Fridav. Jan. 24. I
Schooner Lady from Koolau ports)
at 9:15 p- m-
Str. Waialeale. Piltz. from Kauai.
Sir. Maul, Bennett, from Hawaii.
TJeDartureS from Honolulu
Friday, Jan. 24.
Schr. Eclipse. Townsend. for Maul
and Kona. Hawaii, ports, at 3 p. m.
U. S. A. T. KHpatrick, Rogers, from
Saa franrfsco flue
""Ul w a -"
Slr- Lehua. Napala, from Molokai
Str. Noeau. Wyman. from Honokaa
j "Wharf. Destination.
Brewers .San Francisco
1 A Uan
Paget Sound ..
J Paget Sound.
Paget Sound. .
San Francisco. .
I Puget Sound. I
J San Francisco. .
I wwrs Paget Sound.
I Oceanic i Paget Sound.
j Naval row,. . Stationary.
'SUN. MOOS". AXD SEA'
I a.m.1 Ft.lr-tn- ;Jn. A.m.. I
ilon-.M 1 fr? 2.J) 1.62,
2.l!l.e2, S.W S.ISvi.lSjS.
V.TO -. JiW.W.,
Tues.ftl l.S 2.1' 1.5S 1.31, 9.01 6.W.J.WS i.U
Wed. 22l 5 44' 2.2 2.4
2S 9.4J 6.49 5.41 5 14
a!""!" : "" j l" !' rt-M
S.K JA 3 fe 9.1 li 6.45.43 6 O) ,
. ;,, 4.! 2.1. i 2S'i8.98ii6.56 e.io's.is 6-
Sa .s! 4w 2 9
a.m 'p.m j '
14 11.2? 1U.50 6.3S 3 4
! 3.23 !.! 6.03 12.03 11.40 6 ,5.1T. S.46
SIB16,C 57 12 40 '6 'j 4T
Plans for the New Year.
Now man resolves to strive anew
And in the coming year win more
Oi that which misers fasten to
Than he has ever gained before.
His wife applauds him and sits down
Considering how she will show
A few uew didoes to the town
If hubby gets his schemes to go.
Jack What is the secret of ycur
popularity with the ladies?
Tom I always mistake the society
queens for debutantes and the de-
' luinfnntDe fnr zrnetv nnfnn:
For Concent! ation.
Dem0nd If you buy this elegant
fur coat Dorothy, how are we ever
going to pay for it?
Dorothy Oh. Desmond, don't let's
fell.- ... ...... .l'r .Vilntrc n nnrpl T P.c
-" "--- --- o- --
talk about hat coat
At Honolulu from San Francisco or
Gaelic January 2S
i Aiumcua .. .,n.uiuui j
A InfnAfln UaTipiiom 1 I
, Hongkong Maru February 6 '
c"ci A i-CUluaiJ -.-
China Februarv 14
Moana February 15
! Doric February 22
Alameda February 2
Sonoma March 5
Peru March 12
Alameda March 15
Coptic March 22
&, Man"!!!!!! ...."! March 23 '
Alameda April 5
Peking April 5
j2.ae"" -jj II
Hongkong Maru April 22
Alameda April 26
China April 39 !
From Honolulu for San Francisco or
MPPOH M3XU .
: Peru . ,
.Alameda February 26
Ventura .March 4
! Peking March 12
Aiameaa .March is
Gaelic .-...March 22
Sierra .March 25
Hongkong Maru March 29
VsuiXZc-L tiApril n
Alameda April 9
Phone Main It
ISLAND TRADE A SPECIALTY.
l'A r-H 5S ST i ?i i i5
t - -! -! r - - i
S' -rj 2 -( 5 ' Z r-
I; 1?' -l -' '
As a Residential Suburb
Is attracting lotsrof attention since the
Rapid Transit Co., built their extension.
See the Gulick Tract
Before buying buildii g lots elsewhere,
a beautiful locality healthy, every
facility, electric cars, wato- Ink!, etc.
Easy terms of payment appiy
MRS. S. H. GULICK.
F- O. BOX -IS.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hertaad :
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
: ALAMEDA ....
IS I ALAMEDA
..SaL, Feb. 1
.Wed.. Feb. IS
Sat. Feb. 22
Wed Mar. 5
at A MEDA
...Sat, Mar. 15
..Wtd.. Mar. 26
j VENTURA . .
ALAMEDA Sat., April
SERRA Wed, April 1
ALAMEDA Sat, April 2
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agsatx are
prepared to issue to intending passengers COUPON THROUGH TICKETS
by any railroad from San Francisco to all points In the Ualted States
and from New York by any steamsh ip Hne to all European ports.
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO
WI. G. IRWIN" & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
; Occidental and Oriental S. S. Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave Mb
port on or about the dates below mentioned;
' FOR CH,NA AND JAPAN.
, SoNGKONG MARU FEB 2G
CHINA . . FEB 14
DORIC FEB. 22
COPTIC MAR. 20
AMERICA MARU MAR. 2S
.PEKING 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 Sydn-r
- N.S.W., and calling at Victoria, B.C.. and Honolulu, and Brisbane, G., ar
From Vancouver and Victoria for
r v. . Bri,bane and Sydney
- MOANA FEB. 15
On or about the
THROUGH TICKETS issued from Honolulu to Canada. Unl ;.
For Freight and Passage, and all general Information, applv to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
"VTA. PACIFIC COAST.
THE SPLEXDID NEW STEEL STEAMER'S
S. S. Californian, to sail about Januarv 2Vh.
S. S. American, to sail about March loth.
S. S. Hyades, to sail from San Francisco 1 1
Freight received at Compiny'a
Brooklyn, at all limes.
For Further Particulars Apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
C, P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. AGENTS. HONOLUI
-:-:.:.aj.:r-r- t '
FOR SAN F."iANCiSCO.
ALAMEDA WL. Fb. S
SONOMA ..Tnss.. Feb. 11
AUAiitiUA vs .-sov. jb
....Tuss.. Mar. 4
WeL, Mar. U
Tuos Mar. 25
WW., April 9
Tas April 15
16 SONOMA .
Wrf AnrlT J V.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
DORIC JAN 21
NIPPON MARU FEB 3
PERU , FEB 23
COPTIC MAR 4
AMERICA MARU MAR 11
PEKING MAR. 11
GAELIC MAR. 29
HONGKONG MARU APRIL S
CHINA APRIL H
. .' .1
From Svdnev and Brisbane tnr
Victoria and Vancouver
MOANA .. t
dates stated ahov"
-. . .-
I PIANO COVERS,