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FTER LONG Iff FROM
Longest Passage on Record
Was Days Out When
Three Ms tie Vessel D
Headway Repairs to
H Ms JsorwB P Prtaee
I la, Ctate Ettefses. arrived
noratoR after a kg passage
tnm NtMU, Australia, The vessel
wu out K day, which hs the
lMgc pM5e o record from that
jrt for ay aonths.
The voyage was a monotonous one.
Oostrsry winds and calm are the dally
rooffi written In the ship's log book.
From November "th to November
Mta, U vessel did not raake a mile
of headway. The wheel was tied fast,
alt the re hauled up and the
Prtow Loota was like a useless toy
on U limpid ocean. A Mttle breeze
towM hare kept the vessel steering
bst on aocoont of the continuous calm
afe did nothing hut drift.
Four Months' Pay Due.
Ac soon the Prince Louis arrived
yesterday morning, she was boarded
by a crowd of crimps, boarding
hoaao masters and laundrymon, who
vcwted In the long overdue ship an
mf prey for their clutches. As the
me have four months' pay coming
fl hi unlik"! that any of them will
leave the sh:p before being paid oft.
The usual tale of cruelty brought
hr during the past few months by the
crews of the coal fleet was repeated
yesterday by some of the Prince Louis'
crew. It is alleged that some trouble
AMurrd m board on New Year's day.
when si me' of the crew roectved New
Year's present, 'which differed substantially
from those usually given on
shore. Captain Ellefsen denies "the
dory, and the mate, second mate and
carpenter have nothing but words of
praise for the treatment accorded to
gr "Waterfront Lawyer's Advice.
The men have beon advised by a
Iam waterfront lawyer not to say
anything about their troubles to reporters,
as he claimed they all side
generally with the officers.
The mate of the Louis was
captain of the Prince Regent, a sister
ship of the Louie, which was condemned
at Sydney some months ago.
The Prince Iouls hss a cargo of
coal for this port, but she will not
commence discharging until the latter
part of tho week.
The vessel is a typical Norwegian
ship, very old and Hearing the end of
her utefalness. She leaks and in
mag weather has to be pumped
To Be Overhauled In Port.
Her .stay in port is likely to be a
long one. Her rigging will all have
to o taken down and a new mast
rtretul un instead. The vessel has
a now topgallant uiaet on board which
will be sent up In place of tho one now
in nee. and a new topmast will be
taken from shore. Sevoral of. her
salts have to be replaced by new ones.
and the ship herself will receive a
Bofero making her last call at
the Prince Louis was at Rio
tie Janeiro, and as no record could
he shown of her having been
is ten months Dr. Cofor thought
U boat to be on the safe side, and
ordered the vessel quarantined until
Jaek MacVeJght has fumigated hor.
The fumigating apparatus was
brought alongside yesterday after-son
and work started at once.
SIIIlTlSti NEWS AND NOTES.
Tha schoonor Oola Is expected from
Kswal ports today.
The "U. S. S. Iroquois has taken anchorage
in naval row.
Thd schooner Robert Lewors Is
scraped and painted at Allen's
AH tha Myrtle boats wore moved
yostorday to tho wardroom of the
Union Feod Co.
The Charles E. Moody was gaily
decorated at the railway wharf yesterday
la honor of Captain Rasmussen's
Jos. MacMaster. ablo seaman of the
ship S. D. Carleton. has been paid
OH and Is now at the boat landing
In the boating business for himself.
The cargo of the schooner Malolo,
which was in collision with the steamer
J. A. Cummins, on Monday evening. to
is being transferred to the schooner
Captain Naopala. of the steamer
Lehsa, is taking a vacation on shore.
Captain John Dover, of the Kaiulani,
-went out on the LehHa in Naopala's
The steamer Niihau, which arrived
from Napoopoo yesterday morning,
brought a heavy deckload of Ohla
logs for the Bishop Museum. Some
of the pieces weigh nearly seven tons.
The steamer Noeau. which arrived
from Hamakua yesterday morning, reports
bad weather there. Rumors of
a big washout were brought by the
officers of the steamer, but they did
not know what the particulars were.
The steamer Eureka, which is due
now from Seattle, brings a full cargo
consisting of about 1,400 tons of merchandise
and 1,200 tons of coal. In
her cargo for Kahului are several
hundred barrels of Roche Harbor
lime for Alexander & Baldwin.
The steamer W. G. Hall arrived
from Kona and Kau ports yesterday
morning with the following cargo:
5.000 sacks sugar. 101 sacks cofTee. 33
sacks tnro, 35 sacks tea, 37 sacks C.
beans. 10 bales wool. 3 bales tobacco,
75 bdls. bananas, 21 kegsbutter, 14
bdls hides, 7 pigs. 30 head cattle ana
163 bills sundries.
The Noeau reports that on account
of the bad weather prevailing since
the last day of December along the
Maui coast, the bark Olympic and
several other vessels which were sup
posed to sail before the first of the
year did not get away. They were
"detained by stress of weather and
their cargoes being within the jurisdiction
of tho Territorial tax assessor.
will have to pay toll.
The British sloop of war Condor is
now 37 days out from Vancouver, and
her long voyage to this port is causing
much anxiety along the waterfront.
The British Consul at this port has
no nows except that he was advised
she was coming here. There is nothing
concerning the Condor in the San
Francisco or Seattle guides and it is
may be that she has met with bad
WHO IS TO BLAME FOR
COLLISION IN HARBOR
STATEMENTS DO NOT AGREE.
Captain of the Cummins Says the Malolo
Misunderstood His Signals,
and Captain of the Malolo Claims
that the Cummins Did Wrong.
The absorbing .topic of the day
along the waterfront was the collision
In the harbor, on Monday night, of the
steamer J. A. Cummins with the
schooner Malolo. A number of opinions
as to where lay the blame for
the accident were offered, but nothing
definite will be known until the captains
of the two vessels have made
thoir report to the collector of customs
who. In turn, will forward them
to the proper officials.
Captain Searles. of the J. A. Cummins,
says that Captain Moki, of the
Malolo. misunderstood his signals;
when the vessel struck the bowsprit
of the schooner tore through the boat
banging on the starboard side of the
steamer, and hit the steamer again
farther aft. carrying away her stern
and part of the upper deck.
Captain Searles claims that the
schooner after the collision pulled
away and then started again for the
Cummins until he yelled at the people
on the schooner to stop and back out
of the way.
On the other hand. Captain Moki
claims that the J. A. Cummins was
entirely at fault. He says that when
he heard the whistle of the steamer,
just after passing the light house, he
stood .over by the Waikiki side of the
channeL Instead of the Cummins
going over to port as Bhe ought to
have done according to her signals.
for Months ;
in the Stream Fori
Moki says that the steamer continued
keep to the starboard and forced
him over against the buoy. j
Finally, according to Moki, the)
schooner struck the Cummins while j
both were on the Waikiki side of thei
channel, while Captain Searles claims
that it was on the other side.
The Malolo Is not much damaged
and $100 will cover the cost of her
repairs. The Cummins, however, naa
hfr heart eear badly smashed. Car ..!
penters were working on her aH day
yesterday, and they will not rest until
an entire new stern and upper deck
have been put in.
When seen last evening Captain
Moki was very indignant over
the renort that he did not have a
license. He says that he has one and
will produce it when demanded by the
Both masters are busy preparing
their reports, which they will have
to file as soon as possible with the
collector of customs.
SEEMS TO BE FAST
PRINCESS MAKES A CRUISE.;
During Her Trial Trip the New Boat
Shows a Clean Pair of Heels Has
Large Sail Area But Other Boats
Expects to Give Her Good Run.
At the moonlight cruise of the Ha
waii Yacht Club to Pearl City and
return, the Princess, Prince Cupid's
new 'yacht will make her first public
appearance in the Hawaiian waters.
She is being rigged up now under,
the direct supervision of Prince Cupid,
who took a spin out. in the harbor
both Monday anr yesterday afternoon.
Yesterday's trial was a good one. as
there was a splendid breeze blowing.
The, Princess' sails had been tightly
bent and could stand a great deal of
pressure. A number of yachtsmen
were out at the club houses to see the
new boat, and, although they admired
her behavior and graceful lines, still
thev believe that in a race with the
Myrtle or the Wiklwiki she will not
have all her own way.
The Princess is a good boat. She
works up to the wind and when her
centerboard is ud she is very speedy.
As she enters the water she cuts it j
and throws up quite a wave. Her ,
sails fit well and very rapidly does ,
she answer her helm. J
The Princess carries a large area,
of canvas, and her spars and stays are
c nceitiio r.nnUtnt with
strength. She has a square raking)
stern and her hull is canvas covered
to the well. In her class she should!
have the speed of anything in the !
fleet in winds moderate enough to al-
low of safe sailing. .
Hr boom and'eaff are slender look-
- - w I
ing sticks as Is her spinnaker boom.
She carries an extra spar for a balloon
By the time of the moonlight cruise
of the Hawaii Yacht Club the Princess
will be in good trim to show 'what
she can do against the speedy boats.
The Myrtle and Vikee will go after
her for all they are worth and" give
her a good try out.
Arrivals at Honolulu.
Tuesday. January 7.
Str. W. G. Hall. Thompson, from
Kona and Kau ports. '
Nor. bk. Prince Louis. Ellefsen., 95
. . .i - in - .
nays irom ,caun l xv a. (
str. NHhau Thompson, from Ha-1
Str. Noeau. Pedersen,, from
Departures from Honolulu.
Tuesday, January 7.
Str. Kinau. Freeman, for Hilo and
way ports, at noon.
Str. Claudine. Parker, for Maui
ports, at 5 p. m.
Str. Mikahala, Gregory, for Kau3l
MAILS CLOSE TUESDAY
Nawiliwili, Ketca, Eleele and Hana-
pepe . . . . . . Mikahala
Lahaina. Kahului. Nahifcu, Hana Ha-
moa, Huelo, Keanae, Kipahula ..Claudine
Lahaina, Maaiaea, Makena. Kevrxihae,
Mahukona and Hilo ports Kinau ..
May close earlier.
COAST ATD FOREIGN
Arrived YesseL Captain.
Nov. IT I Archer, bkt. 'Calhoun
Dec lfjResce. ship Whltmore
- 2fJas. Johnson, bkt. Bemecke
20 ! S. G. 'Wilder hkt. Jackson . .
2 Geo. C Tobey Gove
21 Albert, ....... Griffiths ..
21 S. D. Carleton, ship Amesbury
2S Am. scBendixon .- Petersen .
23 Irmgard. bkt ; Schmidt .
Z Ceylon, bk. Wilier ..
6 George Curtis, ship. Calhoun .
2S Honoipu. schr. .iOlsen ...
26 Klikitat. bkt ! Cutler
2S Omesm. bkt. J Mackie ..
2S Benjamin Sewall, sh I Hackf eld
29 TJnKort lowers, schd Underwood
30 C. D. Bryant, bk.. d! Colley
31 Joseph Russ Petersen
31 Langdale. ship tiumer
31 t zirTi,. hi- Fnis
' . . .
Amelia, bkt. wilier
gS, ft Perkms.bkt. Jensen
Andrew Welch .... I Drew.
Prince Louis, sh... Ellefsen
1 17. S. S. Iroquois Rodman
Mean Temperature 72.7.
Minimum Temperature 70.
Maximum Temperature 76.
Barometer 29.99; falling.
Rainfall .01. 'HIH9HB
Mean Dew Point 61.
Mean Relative Humidity 67.
Forecast for Today.
Very light winds, with tendency to
change. Some indications of rain.
AT DIAMOND HEAD
Diamond Head, 10 p. m. Weather
cloudy. Wind light, east.
ports, at 5, p. m. (W. G. Hall's route).
Str. Kaiulani, Bennett, for Huelo,
tfaauhau, Kukaiau, Ookala, Papaloa.
at 3 p. m.
Vessels Due Today
Str. Eureka, 12 days from Seattle.
Str. Iwalani, from Makawpli. due.
Str. Noeau, Pederson. for Lahaina,
Kaanapali, Honokau and Klikuihaele,
at 5 p. m.
Passengers Who Arrived.
From Kona. Kau and Maui ports.
per str. W. G. Hall. Jan 7. G. w.
Carr, L. T. Kanake, J. M. Martin.
Geo.' Wilson. Miss P. Pinao, F. Buch-
holtz, W. A. Wall. " Robert Paris, S. M.
'. W T- Li J and
Kanakanui, Mrs. S. M. Kanakanul
chilld, Robert McWayne, Master John
Gaea. L. M. Mitchell,. Mrs. L. M. Mitchell,
and 2 children; J. Coerper, M. B.
Macfarlane, Walter Ackerman, Julian
Greenwell. Miss A. Greenwell, Mrs. H.
R. Bryant, Ah Sing, Geo. Weight, Master
Weight, Judge Kalua, Sam
Matt McCann, Ed Dunn, J. Glenn.
Mrs. J. Glenn, O. P. Emerson, Chang
Yack. N. Black. M. G. McLane and 4S
Passengers Who Sailed
For Hilo and way ports, per str.
Kinau. January 7. Mrs. J. Kemrick,
Miss Anna Cook, Marston Campbell,
Li Cheung, Mrs. C. Akai, Mrs. K.
Ewaliko George W. Spencer and
wifP , W. E. Skinner. S. B. uamon.
W. Berlowitz, J. Barham. T- Onotara,
W. A. Rowell, wife and two children;
C. P. Benton, S. Auoli. F- I'aronzoni.
L. A. Thurston and wife, A. L. Stoll.
H. T. James, jonn Drake, A. See-
ward. Master G. Norrie. Eben Low
For Maui ports, per str. Claudine,
January 7 Miss Daniels. Mrs. A. N.
Kepoikai, .Mrs. Geo. Weight and two
children. J. Arthur. Harry Daniels. N.
S. Gjerdrum, George Hons, Miss D.
A. Wong Kong. C. B. Cuttrell. wife
and son; F. T. P. Waterhouse.
TWO MORE SURVEYS.
Benjamin Sewall and Hesper to be
The second survey of the ship
Sewall has been ordered as the
diver has been unable lo locate the
leak. Today Captains Fuller.
and Amesbury will make another
examination of the vessel to determine
what else shall be done to enable
the vessel to put to sea.
Captains Amesbury. Fuller. Rasmus-
tsen and A. C. Watson, will make a
second inspection of the bark Hes-
per today. The deck load wtlch tne
board or survey ordered removed was
all discharged last night, and this
morning the board will examine the
bark still further.
HEALTH BOARD BUYS SCHOONER
The Mokihana To Be Used for the
Trade of Molokai.
It Is said that the Beard of Health
has pnrchased the schooner Mokihana
for the trade of the settlement oa
FOR OTHEB KjLADS
4:20 p. m 5:00 p. ra.
4:15 p.m. 5:COp.m.
11:15 a. m 12 nocn.
VESSELS IN PORT.
I TTharf. ( Destination.
Railway JSan Francisco.
iBrewers ... i ru ""
Oki Fishrarktt San Francisco.
WIHers JSan Francisco
Irmgard .-Brewers... San Francisco.
Railroad - Tacoma
Allen Pt Blakeley .-
Stream I San Francisco
Old Fishmrkti Hilo
Brewers .... San Francisco
Allen Puget Sound .
I WUders Fugei aouca.
Stream In distress ....
1 Allen . Puget Sound . .
sorensons . . San, Francisco.
avyni.x . Puget Sound.
ruuiway ... San Francisco.
Railwav . . . In distress.
i nuiimr I Pnppt Sound.
-- - , -
; r, j
Brewers San. f rancLco
Stream j Puget Sound.
j Naval row Stationary.
ST7N AIOOjS". ATD SEAiSONOMA Wed Mar. 5
h mn 3 Z. I - i
DAT 2.-5 3
a.m.! it .Ul.,4".j.".. 1 Ele
' . ,r ft tve me ri .. CA '
lion..; 6 1.52 1.9 1 32 l. r.u.
Tues, -. 5.U1 2.15 7.50 9.37 6.105.311 1.19
r i :
Wed. s s (M on 5.5S. S.25 10.10 6.10 5.35 5 3S
I I i 1 i
Thur 9 3 36 2.0 3.12; 9.10 10 33 6.10 5.35 6 21
Frl.. 10' LOS' 2 0' 1 22 U.OSl 9".l6.6.10 5.36 6.52
i I I 1 I I
oaU..;il' 1 11 1-9 5.10 11 10 10.21 6.10(5.37 7.11
ij I p.m.1 j
Sua .12 5.17 l.S, 5.5?,12 11 11.12 6 10(5.37 S.36
iIor.il3l 5 56- 1 7 6 53 12 501 6 1013.3; 3.29
New moon on the 9th at 10:45 a. m.
Molokai. The schooner has been
thoroughly repaired and will be fitted
up with a gasoline, engine. AH her j
planking had been renewed and (
her decks caulked. ,
Th Mokihana has had a
some career. One memorable trip
She made was when she started for '
Kahului last winter and landed on the j
reef at Waianae, almost causing the
death of her owner and crew through
thirst and starvation. Another time
she stood off this port for a couple of
days and had to be sent after. When
she came in it was found that she
was leaking badly and that her sails
had been blown away.
At Honolulu from San Francisco or
America Maru January 11 j
Alameda January 111
Aorangi January IS1
Peking January lsi
Gaelic January 28
Alameda February 1
Hnnckonir Mam February 6
Sierra February 12
China February 14 j
Moana February lo'
Doric February 22 j
Alameda February 22,
Nippon Maru March 4
Sonoma March 5i
Peru March 12
Alameda March 15
CoDtic March 22
Ventura March 26
America Maru March 23 !
From Honolulu for San Francisco or
Hongkong Maru January 11
Alameda January 15
China January 20
Sierra January 21
Doric January 31
Alameda February 5
Nippon Maru February 8
Sonoma February 11,
Peru February 15
Coptic February 25
Alameda February 26
America Maru March 4
Ventura March 4
Peking March 12
Alameda March 19
Gaelic March 22
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Pbe Main if
ISLAND TRADE A SPECIALTY.
As g Residential Suburb
Is attracting lots ot attention sinco the
Rapid Transit Co., builfcfcheir extension.
See the Gulick Tract
Before buying building Jots elsewhere,
a beautiful locality "healthy, every
facility, electric cars, laid, ete.
Easy terms of payment apply
MRS. S. JK. GULICK.
F3. O. BOX -415-
Oceanic Steamship Co.
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMEDA Sat, Jan. 11
! VENTURA Wed.. Jan. 22
I ALAMEDA Sat., Feb. 1
SIERRA "Wed., Feb. 12
at AtT?nA Sat.. Feb. 22
, AU&juAid. ..
VENTURA Wed-, Mar. 26
ALAMEDA 4..Sat., April 5
?iSrP.RRA Wed., April 16
AlAMEDA .Sat, April 26
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agsnts 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
WE G. IRWIN & CO.
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. S.
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
Occidental and Oriental S. S. Go. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this
port on or about tho dates below mentioned:
FOR CHINA AND JAPAN.
AMERICA MARU JAN. 11
PEKING JAN. IS
GAELIC .. ..- in" 2p
gggjf . ."'.I'.:'. eI'. U
DoRIC '. '.. '.'. '.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.FEB. 22
Nippon ilARU V.V.V.V.V.V.MAr'. I
PERU MAR. 12
COPTIC ..MAR. 20
AMERICA MARU MAR. 28
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 Sydney.
N.S.W., and calling at Victoria, B.C., and Honolulu, and Brisbane, G., are
DUE AT HONOLULU
From Vancouver and Victoria for From Sydney and Brisbane for
Brisbane and Sydney Victoria and Vancouver
AORANGI JAN. IS MOANA JAN. 1
MOANA FEB. 15
On or about the dates stated above.
THROUGH TICKETS issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States
For Freight and Passage, and all general information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVEBS & CO.,
American-Hawaiian S. S. Go
NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
VIA PACIFIC COAST.
THE SPLENDID HEW STEEL STUMEHS ;- -
S. S. Oregonian, G000 tons, to sail about Dec 20
l S. S. Califobkiax, 6000 tons, to sail aboufc Jauofiry
S. S. American, 6000 tons, to sail about February.
From San Francisco for Honolulu, S. S. Hyaibs,
3000 tons, sail January 4th, 1902.
Freight received at Company's wharf, Street, Soth
Brooklyn, at all times.
For Further Particulars Apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
C P. MORSE. General Freight Agent. . AGENTS, HONOLULU.
1) Sanaau St.
ALAMEDA Wec, Jan. 15
SIERRA Tusv Jan. 31
ALAMEDA Wed., Feb. 5
SONOMA Tues.. Feb. 11
ALAMEDA aj v c
VENTURA TaeeC Mar! 4
jui. uit.ua ....weo., .nar. iy
SD2RRA Tuesk, Mar. 26
ALAMEDA WeL, April 9
SONOMA Tues.. April 15
ALAMEDA Wed. April Id
VENTURA Tues., May (
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
HONGKONG MARU JAN. 11
CHINA JAN. 29
DORIC JAN. 31
NIPPON MARU FEB. 8
PERU FEB. 22
COPTIC MAR. 4
AMERICA MfARU MAR. 11
PEKING MAR. 19
GAELIC MAR. 29
HONGKONG MARU ......APRIL S
CHINA . .............. ...APRIL IS