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Eisi w Wliii is
Tlirr'I.I. Jr'!il'. .ri1 .
IJ J.-.-frMr nA
v-'jSTL OKI
mto, and a big 5BB of mea was
! a WB SS " Wi
Tsce et
to ork MfcAf l?fT
.,. -lHl' - . -
.iif-r ' i
Fh Eureka left SetUle da
f :sudm Dr. bot bad to pot back
Port Angeles on account of heavy '
wathw. bcnmMi&ed, tbe .wattl)
' faUftvimn itaajHlUan-rtnjed1
- i-ojraffe totbis port. The weather
. o- very rotffch ral?V gVetpor-
-n at Ihe'vdyagK tbe" vefeel hfp-
-p some TBry bvy iae; 'Two'i
Vawayii were foorid a6era the' ve
' an both rtRnl-d thV Wp' papers'
-" '.'""''
Curlotfty on the Front.
J
lfc-KrK; -i, a-very odd looking
.ft. aad ,wH tW oWJt of much
.rioUy akmg th waterfront yaMor
.t tiaab&Mi iwftUland te no an,p-
au ,bMt,lH..evwy--respect. -Shuj
r-otMited Ih i?99 at'Lorrain,.
.. by the Clevwlnmi ShipbMlldins .
miy.R8id tlie-Ut of jljl ,was
fn 23S
ran4 3
'i in In1 oysUclB. .j Sim
' in lesM. 42 fwtin width
1 iab-,ep. SbH oarHaR. water
ftiJaa Mirf btt a ?aity of -oyer
au mum;.
Th ratHK K toimted waraft while
hrM in iiittMnaHv far forward,
nuartere of the captain and chief
. 1 .,-
CAMPAIGN OPENED ..
AGAINST DESEBTERS
CAPT. FLINT OJS THE WARPATH.
Polio; DopartmentMo. Co-operate. with
MarVhaPs' Office to" Enforce ' Uiil;
ted States Laws. Three Sailors
Wjrre Aritjd yesterday. v t
s a ruU "of the recent ruling of
". Treasury Department, a vigorous
ampafgn liaR "been hiauguratt-d by
tii local Polled Department against
a.!rs dwrtin their ships. It has'
'..mi iWtded that lnamuch a6 desert-
- .! not furnish any good material
f merlcaii ctthitinsliip. ttjts clty
u ill be Xih. clear Qi. tkem. and .every -
iwj poKlbl lm don to-eep them
w.i ( th hip In, which. the' catnp,
:Jtouh tae nvork is n phrt of,
.r- fitited'Stauw .MnrhB Uuttus,
i TcriKoW pHo dttpiirtnituu real
1- tliat tke'MttrJbarsatUcu 1ms not
form HHceetary to enforce the
T.-fAKUrr's7 rwltBS. R8d will co-oper-
ht-arttly a all uffortu to-have 6lie
aw rpcted.
Capuln Hajry Wlut f tji hvimt
v. '-.. haa jtone 011 the warpath. ;md
11 .t 'wrtKrii! wbb Ka,r Mosartdd thWr
i'TK fre a'rrertj'esterdny. SeV'
al meto,rrom tiie-'Rrltiah sWp Lanes
.in. hvf l??t their "WS, board "nita
work, but It Is" Ulore tkaa "prbbable
rat within th,ft ext pveatyfou.r hoitcs
"(i-v wJlLJkwtmck.on board .the. time-
.. ... .ultltl.w M.r... - M,rkf n !' t
' mm . ,"i".i "i-sf--. Tf
ihiuM:.ih-rtSaff.i - -r'T
Soveral FattcR sMis f are 'ln att
H nt'luln now. or Hn "will be. but
res
m ! open and will keep a vqnlat:
lant
w.U. h .ovltqkic who may be-1
'-m.- euaatorea witu tne lasrinatiug
ant ion tfW? Pafiiidiee 6flhe Pa-
...., ..1 ,. ) . .
SCOND,SURMEY, ON HESPER.
- i-j t- . ,-1 -
Part of"Hef Cargo "Has to be'bischarg
ed fec Aijohcq Eyanjination.
The koanliof sUrri'y.:vvoHHtetin5 oM
ptatiw tFullen Atausbary and Alec
W'RtHon, madV anotMar insprotion of
ht lrk Hebper -yerttaaaj- morning
and oni-redTthat'anportHjaoMhe Cargo
,n th fortatxi hold be dlsuharKetik
It Xas nbfcaRr'dedilied -that the
aks arp-abowt thr1umb-rTorrs. and
pt rhairf.'? (&& rl'gion'Hbe" stem.
so he caVgowfil MatbeUcharR.
.3 in otterbriiirWsele
of wxtfer
ter opportttslt
Anothor sarvcy will be made today.
fines-lie
- thR "ffin
Th sUer Eorfka, which arrived officers being located aft of the bndge.
: on Wc9MMfaKiits dMftI.! rr:.! .rHa&rMoaeen:FlttInas.
Brewer 'lwr early Werday v 4V tJifL fvVUUii ivL tf-
atBVbthBSvlng-Tlti 0 c-WlS Malvin. .went -home, for a
y for repairing the leaks! "drVsuftSf dot-es 'and "was on Han'd
STMMiift -MlrS-c
K
pr0
ft
il I vJ L
&mm&mii
inV i iaa I ill i-
vMPiiJfee-of.
is on
j fit?w rtrith tho most mrwlprn m- !
4 At her foremast head
- v .
;i-j r-.TT i .
sho has raaEe Hzhts. that is. two
electric lights placed on each side of;
lhe "a5t wbich permit another vessel
to-see iat:iaighlx;-iichat coursj.she As
steering. rThis.Jsan.Jnzjvaionfi The
Eureka is weli adapted to freight car-.
rying," for the batches 'are so arranged
at" to "give"' the crews iilcnty or 'room'1
0wblcli-td'HfHchargrt cargo The3ves
sei---Hl!Eei3ain hwe: screral vdayii dls-
charging andtw.ill ihengo-toKahului ,
to unload the jremaindQr of her cargo.
The Captain 01 tne urena is n.
.- ' n.- -.--.: -...-. ' f-T tt t
. Weedon. well known in Honolulu as1
ll recently -master of ' th -crack bark
. ' Marioir-Chnebtt. J." O'Connor is thS l
' -sY 'r!ftif J .' -'"'' " -; ' '- .' "' -f
8 chief blneer. t ,j
Enqineer Herllhy of "Rio."
The clilbt engineer," I. H. Herliby,
tr 1 .,
w-jil be remembered" as the last man
in chaVge':6f the Itio de Janeiro, dur-
ing' her fitofLl. vovage' when her car-j
eer was ended' inside of the Golden '
Gate' in2 Bight" b'r'tne ' city of San
Francises. -'--'
Horlliiy will never1 forget that twen-
tvsec6nd dav of F6bruar'yy 1901. The
Rio was on her voyage from the Ori-j
ent' aull was nrirhored", -wrapped in
fog, within" hearing, aha. It seemed,
NO MORE PASSENGERS . .
FOR THMBAHSY1E.
'
." ' ' r - '
JNO. BULL'S PROHIBITION ORDER, j
,,
Steamship',' Agents Notified, .th9t af-
-ter January 1st .passengers fori
South 'African Ports Must Produce
; Permit' from British Governhent, j
T
Agenls'or steamship ' campanieS
have received "iiotlce from ' Donald
Currle &? Co., representing the Brit
ish steamship lines operating in
Sbtith Africa; that after January l6t
passengers7 oau be booked fori South
Africaii portfe onlv on their exhibiting
a perhlU from to British Government
to Jantl In that country. ' ;
TUore .has pen,' a good deal "of
South .Arrictin. .bji'uHipg, from .'Pacific
prts and agents are inclined to regard-
tfiQ injunction' 'asj pracc'ally
V prohibitive. Subjects of foreign na
tion? must .supply th,ejnselves, with
permits from, the".. JBridsh consul of
the district n vi$hv Jheyie .De"
foro. they .may .prficed jto( anybf the
South African ports. On receiving
such an amflicatloVlIiS British consul
UI Sau.v mnjfpnas HJ r"ft gVAT'
ble. that the applicants fulfill the nec-
ble. that the applicants
I ess ary VSiJaftlons?, ,) J
Members of a family proceeding to
South Africa wflT be shown on the
Boar
. IW ...,WJ
; 1 i . t ,
1UU uiuna tr iihutu '-ii.i.ujuv
pt4lnrtfssii6d' 6"nt'heaX3.a60'a n.4The Malolo is only 24 tons andcon-l
f arate permit will bo required for each
sm:vani14at?htSr.Lp;yer J,zcajs ,of
Mf
?f3 hit
".'3iri3 rirAV svin-iA
i rmoJP et?isH rs rr -
ACCIDENT AT .BREWER'S W
WHARF
fc -C
Portuguese Stevedore Hit by Sack of
'. K,or:?i,lsi"uBi,ir--:-5".:
A1 Portugnesetjtovedorfl .working on J
thb stcnmerfKur.ekOA Avhicb,.ies . at
Brewer's:. whfirf. .-was the-jyicdm.qf an
accident nyeaterday morning. whl?h.
might hare-had serious.coriseq.uencei-.
Asnit.-was he escaped, with a morning
bntaratti'the-Joss-ot half a. day's w.ork.
The man vt&? qneif a gang of stevo
donjs igaged, In. unloading,, a
cargo.- of .-.-flopr. ,. which was slung
a.rdoaeuj sacki Jat a .time. One
of-th& sacks fSUppcd-from the slihs
and -Jell .on ,tho stevedore, who y,-as,
standing, atvthe, gangway of -$h. vc-sci-
HfiU ov.rboara. struck, on o
elKe of the v.narf and disappeared . in
the wate betwoen the.. steamer and
the dock.
s ' -!'-. t :i - 1 - t- -
y Shortly- after, however; he came tu
tl! urjfacejjaiul .was. ielped t (the
wha.f none the won-? for his oxcrX
ence. 4llejrwji!iteLtfl it;Fume,hi;a work
to work again at 1 o'clock.
.ttoro nil t.n fit ttk-ln . invini
r s" f
U
n
v
. ' ' " ' " ' " '"'
Fitted .IIHMeni
.. . .. .".. . ": :
iffnrl itn UI.4U linrlrvI
iT.tJ3 S..
-- 2- i-'c-O b-)s7ibaiJ frfgeog
, .". -: --' ?: ?i? ,'srT"
. - - -J . c tin:- - ,;
alnlost within a stone's thrw of "the-
citr. Aborit 5 o'clock In the morning-
1 the og Hft- up. a. little" and the' en-1
K
"" - "-". .-.vf -"r: - r- 1
vinu rnn m r uj jf ii:ii -m i i n i 11 i it' i
be by .the captain, told Chiei.En-
s it ni . . i i j -
""-'" ?" w " "' -
sloW ahead.
" the Way to Destruction
i
The ordfltTwas. eiecated, 'apd the j
bj&.ahip proceeded-on, her, wayj fhenl
an, & once tae.,.engine.'sojped Wdjt
something. like thunder was heardVpn t
deck. Herllfay rushed up. the- iron f
ladder of the engine-room to seewhatf
jt ras and found' tho passengers run-1
ning1 out of 'their cdb ins with looks f
0j- terror on their face's. He went on
' - ' c .-- . ' . .- i
deck and saw mat tfce nio was
doomed! He'returned imjuediatelv to
hfs 'post ' tpwajt ?foj. prff rs.'.TbuV no.th;
in'g' c6ufd he dougV '. ,' ." "i
, ' " ".''" ".. i!
In teajotawwuiip. and j
the Rio de Janeiro'-sankinveightroLv
. I 1 : v. . 1 t:i w
land, tawng down ;wiui..nen more taan-
halfjQtJjer,j)assengers, anixrew.
M Hrlihy.liqes!notk.eto talk of :
his terrible experience. In the bustle
and hurry of his daily life he tries to j
forgVt:tffaV'eHher fhe Wlfc'-Janefrd.f
or the 22nd day. of February
Ictoil
ever ex- j
ir, - H -.. I r ,.r r4-2 ' - '1 V
I. H.'Herlihv was also chief engineer I
ofEtt& Cify'of KBt York "'wheW 'she
wjati.-riQW.n- .off Hthe-Lbarbqr(, -of - San
Francisco.
COLLISION REPORTS.
'.. GIYEN TO COLLECTOR
f
"-r--- '- j
WILL BE SENT TO WASHINGTON j
,- . , ... j
Captain
ft'.oKe Isi Safei
Masters of t
, 1
. Vjsse .'UndeV 25 Tons Are No'tf
t ' ''i t, r ' i j't,' ' ..,..:...!
f ?-
Required, to, Get .Papers Maloloiary W- , The .latter vessel will bring
Saited -Yesterday.
.. 1
(Captain, Seari..of thfe J, A. Cum'
mlns;'an'a' Captain Moke-, of the ila
lolo, have Completed thefr reports re
garding the collision' of their-' vessels
lin -the'chanriel last Monday night, 'and
those'TCports are now in the1 hands of
Collector Stackable who will forward
them to the Life Saving section of
the' Treasury Department by the next
mail: " ""'
it is, said that Captain Moke of the
MnlnWr hns nn license from the "Unit
ed States Inspectors ijf hull's and boil-1
er, although. Captain Moke "himself J
onloFcc tVin Vi h'n ntid and Tvlll I
oi.o-.-u "; ,hD wrAno- y.VnH tn tho I
""" -- T r LT ' ZTt.-o- I
uruut-T uiuviujs. i"e icsumimus b" '
vldo.tbat captains and mates of all
vessels and barges under 100 tons,
carrying passengers for hire nhiist
secure a license," The.Malolo does'
not caw .passengers.. ( ' ' . . j
Furthermore-there is a'prqvision. in
th&.statu"tes.-whch provide. that-cap-from
tains of power - yfst-els ,,undr 25fltonsj
nr.i tint rponlri-tn haviv .a -license. 1
seauuntly: Moke-says 'ho- is protected
bv this' provision. -. . ', . .'. r T- K- K..S.-S. America Maru, from
Jftafe!intelv-that theimatter -will befSan- &ancisCo, "ihls. ..afternoon.
bfoiighl-To the attention of7 the inspect i
tors' Of hulls hind boilers -hch ihey
arrive7 here" this month:" Thff Malolo
sailed 'yesterilay imornln'g 'forKooIau
ports. ' ""
,s -i! ft n -YV - - . -C-1
,1
snirriNi; xews andoteh.
oc
-,The bark Archer isready to sail
for the Coast. ... ......- ,
The bark Alden Besse will. go. out.
in the stream today. ... ., ..
Mail for the Coast will go tomorrow
by the steamer Hongkong .Maru; due,
here this afternoon from Japan. , ..
The barkentine Wllderdid.-)t get
away yesterday cas. -she j Short of!
a. full "cargo- -She- .will probably, sail
1 T.
todaf. -1 n-.j.-i- -.,.-. ....
Xh" steamer-Mokolii - which.1 will
takd;The J;-!AI Cntnmins"T ran, -was
moved tctite Oceanic wharl: -yestsr1
day morntsg-wasr4-jse"ls taking' .in
freight:-'''---'' --..--.- . I
The Tslgn south wind and' hea'vy 4
swell' 7nthe harbor'"tBterf-5nfc4
rlaMy. vc'itb:"th"e ovrngflbrJth? XyVtle
boatn6uae-i .3 ."? -tu ;:--rg.
Two steamers from the Coast, Be
side the transport Sheridan, re dae
JIAILS CLOSE FKIDATFOE OTHER ISxAD?
or. - -.- ,
Lahaina, Makena. K!la, Keatrltauv?
iKapccpcc. HockQaa, Hocpftloa
and Punaluu .. .J3....1..
j Mar dosiajUgc W
COAST An D TOREK
L.LAr3xEdi Vessd
J Captain.
r: J jCS vrcaLl Vl Jirii ,.JL " ;
ov. j. Arcner, on. cajnoan
Ja.rJpbnon, bkt.-T BemecS.
S- G. Wiliehtti. iJadksdn'
' Ge. d 'Icfeaar. . JL . , Gcfe 11,
Albert, bfc. Griffiths
" 21 jS-JCarletan, shialAntesbury
' 3 iIAm.S.Bndfc t. Persen
" 23Lflnasaid. fikti' iJ... Schmidt
Ceylon, bk-
WiUer
i -fx1?" ri.ajip. vainoun
T 3-5!Hoa5ij JsciH-i...OUen
- sJ- -k .r i , -
-x 26 j SJlkitat: Tit.J.... CuUer....
" 27 Alden Bessie, bfc. . . . Mackie ..
2S Omega. bktT-. Mackie ..
HO T I. r 11 1 ft -.
-o . oeujawin aewau, sa, nacsiem
Levers. 'schd'ITneiJrBtKKi .. J i 4lleh J.. . t.:
j-anCi)ld. . A Cbm'Z. ..-. -' feorensons ! -1
"'30C.D. Bryan
41 tlcseph; Russt ..Jh. . Persen
-i
t.uiaaBsaaie. swp...i. i rinflier
31 Hesper. bk.
j Friis
Jan.
1 Florence
IBn5p'T... jSptcer .,
bkt-l'.A...'; Wilier ,.
2 Amelia,
2 Geo. C. Perkins-, bkt 4 Jensen
- 3lAndrew-,y;elch V.,-J Drewr ,e!.jBr,ew!ers.J., San Francisco.
7 " Prince-Tyiuisi sh q EliefienU ! Stream. . . . . 7 PdgeY Sound.
9jEureka. str. Veedon...iua. p Beeper?. .s..Seau.Je. a
: -iti jU5Sc,S2.Irp5UQis.,JRodman..r.'iV! fcXaval-'rov J Stationary
ElEEEOKT
HCi"
!CT3S C3
Mean Temperature 70.3.
3linimum Temperature 66.
-Maximum Temperaturer7S. ,;r. s,.;-
Barometer 29.94; steady.
"ainfaH-:6ian'j0 tob.-j
Mean 'Daw PoJnl-r-S3:5.--osov:2
Mean elive.umWitT:-S).;iq
Wind.
wlnd'AvestrriooJ"15 3ri Jo
'0
Weather. -
'eathr .clpudj; .aadtba
clear. . r . t
Forecast fo'r""Tbday,
Lfeh-t .eateM-wInds' -'
thre.at.enins, to
Light 'westerly--winds and
'fair
feather:.' r.
AT UIAJSIQND. . HEAD
Diamond Head, 10
carndlighw
Diamond Head, 10 pi 'fn. Weather'
esc - - i -
here- this. afternoon. -The Alameda
was to lcaye San. Francisco .on. Janu-,
ary ;Jth,.at;2 p..ra,;.and, the America
Maru aL,l;p. m..of,the same .day, ,i(
Cotton.-Bros,, will" begin driving -piles
back of the Healani boat house earlyj
this morning, for. -the construction of ,
; a dam. This will be used in building
1 the retaining waU.at that place to
: ..... ' i- ii:- 't-f-i. in i. j x
PSStSilaiSJt
T&e u- S. Transport Thomas -will
not'arrive' liere today-as she is still
in San Francisco. The SherldaV'-is
the transport 'due here if .-she as to
stoP" at ?11'- She-.was to leave--San
Francisco. .pn ,Januarj- l?L) . ,wn.ue. ,tb.e
Thomas was not "to sail .b'e'fo're' Jaiiii
. 'ri lJ' i; -.1
1 auverai pasa-euKcrs iq 1111s pun. m-
. .. ',.'....-:.;- - r.
eluding th U. S. Inspectors of Hulls
and Boilers? '' ' J '
Arrivals at Honolulu.
' .' . ' r . .
Thursday, Jan.. 9,. 1902.
G. N. Cc's Eureka, Weedon, 14
days from Seattle, at 1 a. m.
Schr. Lady, from Koblau ports.
Departures fr.qm Honolulu.
TJiursiiav. Jan. 9. 1902. .
Schr. Rob, Rqy, for Pearl Harbor.
Stmr. Iwaiahi. G-reene", for Hanalel,
Eleele. Mak'aweli. Waimea. Kekaha
and NHhau. at 5 p. xn.
Stmr. Ke Ali 'Hou. Mosher, for Ho'
- - .
Vessels BuellFoday
Schr. Eclipse,' from kona ports' this
a. m. ' ' -'',;''" '
V-- S' Transport' Sheriaan:' Piercer
Sari Francisco;' due! ''-' -
T.-K. IC"S. S. ''Hongkong' Maru;
from the Orient, due this p. m. .:- ;
O. S. Si -Atoiedaro -Sanr Fran-
ciscq, .this afternoon.
Vessels Sailing Today.
r - - .- .-..
iStmn,, W. ;G;: Hall. fTJjompson for.
Labalna, .Makena,, Kailtia, Nanoopoo
and, Punaluu, at noon. . ,
LARGEST. .TRAMP AFLOAT.
The "Shawmut" Flying the Stars and
Stripes; Launched at Boston.
One of tbe largest." if not the'larg-j
1';.' " V 2 l. r, t - .v . -.- .4
esi, ixamp sieamsnip uymg me aiars
afld Stripes", and one of the largest!
vessels .qd tht seas, the I0,00oHO"n car-j
nerShaw.nut was launched, at Sp&r-
row's PolnL.on December
17th, iorj
Kidder,. Peabody & Co., of Doston. The
ship is one of two-aOO tet Ions steam
era bnildins-.'by "tT Maryland Steel
Company. The ship -measures over
airSOo 'fett; ' "becwe-a ti'prights. -4S3
feef; "beam molded, "5S feet: depth "to
the ripper eck. 40 feet'; "witb straight
stem an enrptic stern and three;
complete steel decks. "They are to be
schooner -"rigged5 wttBHwbtmasts and
obesiftdkestackislx'-'Water-tighcbulk-
hflTirT'-Vr.iMo Kntfrwri TtAnilln
tfieen'Ufe lengtlf olf'nhc "ship?1 There'
win be four single-end Scotch boilers.
MalMHcsStrSails
A
S. IS 5. ' T!
r n v. &
W2G.HalI J3..5U1:1aa.m. nai-
T
B
WvllDstePOKT
.J,"Wjurf.
Destination.
O ' ' vJ iLCJ t ' ' " ' '
fRaiiwar .' saa i rancisco.
. w. ! Gkk Fiscmrk: i San Francisco. J
..::;' Adders' .... J San Fraschco
. . . . A trasara-." : Pi r5& FrabcioJ
..sU. .rr Brewers :5.;- fen FrandscOi-o
.. Railroad,--. -J Taeoci;
iaeocia-, .4.
.. .LAllen' ...... IPt, Bla
BlakeleV .
'"i.TsffS-iii - . :rr San Tr
...!.,:;!"oifi:!rVhjQ-fet?TOlo
v fctr-iiiti
' ,-
... v. .. Brewers ;aaa t-raDCisco '
LAll&s U2aStSonnd .
Pcgef
,t-.
.Stream'
T4 In distress
Pngeqsojind ..
Saa. FVaacisco.
Xavy Wh 1 L Ppget Sound.
...,v.,..l,Railwav
San Francisco.
N-i-'- j JlAil'ttay. jt
radlsire'5s;T?Mn
Railway
( Puget Sound.
j. j Allen Puget Sound.
. f... .w. 4.K. ,. uct uuuu
btr!M0'0, A3TCF SEA
j , . .
t
1 rr wTrT..!.--.-,
. nm LYfiSf'w !it1 m
E&e'J
UorL,1: 6 1,5:
..' -A 1 '
5'it 1 fe-'f.ia;
6,40.13. 3"3iH
40JS.I
A --. t - I ' 1 .
wer'.tr 3:i3T2.oU.Msr.sib.lo6.ies.s .f
u j1 ii. -.a f---- .-p.nl.; !. . 1-. ;.,.. '. ;
Ui .125.17 LS 5.551..14;n:iS 6 5.37 "S.'Su
jXewmponjOn the 9th at 1:45 a- m..
15 feet in diameter and 12 feet Ipng.j
built to the requirements of.tlie Unit
ed: States..Inspection; laws. e;- -
TO ARRIVE.
- -1 wiw?r3 .i.T ,i Pnget aouna.- x
--i Stream. -Uji: Sail Franico
- - - Stream . .'. . Pccet Soscd. '
DAT c A 1 5 "'; - '
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, r -r - ' , -,L .- , . t"--jsfcu..4. issue iu, mtviiQniK. passengers COURaNTHROUGHTir.ifrr ,
T!lrr!."2a"ifSr'' f11 CQims lD Ununited.. Stat.
Frl..''io 4.0sJ 2 b' V 22 n.M'V.ioYwWs fram.few. os Jj? any s.(eamsi jp fine to all Europ-eari "port! -
ni'dis.iantide-Jsm- - -. 0ii EXfiRAtT LF0RMATI0N APPLY TO;
At Honolulu- from .San Francisco or Steamers of the above Companies will callat Honolulu and leave this
:r .- , : -.Victoria. , . ,'Prt on or 'about the dates below mentioned;
America Maru ..si.-. ..,. January ill. FOR, CHINA AND JAPAN. FOR SAN FRANniirn
Alameda-
Ao'rangi ..'
Januarj- 11
' t
..January IS
. - - i
Peking ..
Ventura- ..;-.
Gaelic .... .:.
.,,...."....... January Is
.'...-.:. I... 1 January 22
:-..i.:.. January 2Sj
Alameda- : . -. . . -.v. .-. . .February. 1 1
Hongkong. Maru . .-, -.February .C
Sierra . , . -.,. . ... ,ri. .. ... .Febcuar- 12,
China , ,,,..'.."... February 14 '
Moana. ..:L..;VlV:i.,.Febrtin- 15H
Doric !.. V. v. :'... ?..-.:"... February 22'
Alam'ela' .-. i . .'. . . ;1l . .-; .February 23"
Nippam Maru r. . mv- . j. :. . lar cli. . 4. ;
Sonoma
; " t, j mt I.
...4. March' 5,
-..-.'Match 12,
.., "March 1.5:
Peru
Alameda .
,-,. . ,f( '
Coptic ."
"ff
.....March 22 :-
..... March 2$-'
' .-.-.'. .IRtfch 2Si-.-.'.-.
iv.Aprilru 51
t. ... ,., April; n 5
..j..April ,1
,.,.....Aprjri.6.
..... April 2"2'
:::'... Apriif,26 1
.'....'.April 30 '
Ventura' .'
America Atari ..;. A
Alamedar rij--r??z..-
Peking .?..
;s;r?.
Gaelic .. ,. -.. . .j. .,.
oi.er.ra ..... ...,. .
Hongkong Maru '
Alameda .'. JW.'.:
China' .".V.. 7.. '.'-.
' TO DEPART
SliffiSf;
From Honolulu "for San Francisco or 1
Vfctorfa", : ': ;
Hongkong laruv'. . 1..'" .'.'. . January It
Alaiherfa'".'1. . '. .....'.; ; .'. . .. January 15
China ...'.....k'."..i.'. .'..'. January 2il
Sierra .. ..-.-.--... ..-.':.."TJannary; 21-
Doric ., r, ' .,..i ..,.)....-:.,-. ...-January. 31
Alameda ....;..., February ,5
Nippon Maru ....... .:.... FebViiary "8
Sonoma '. .".';". .' . . .FeUruary 11
Peru i i !.... i 'i A iil. .,.-'. February T5 J
Coptic .-r.
Alameda,..
:i Jifi . . .-. .-February -5-
Februarv 26
AriVr!icaj MaVnIji
Ventura"" .'.'..'!. .i
ITT
k e
. -i
March 4
x.l'i. .J
...March 4
Peking
March 12
March 19
Alameda, .... ,
ZX.iSi.liTch''
uaciiL
Sierra ,....,, , March 25
Hongkong Maru March 29
China ... .-, .....,......,.-. April 8
Alameda, ......, . .., ., . .. Aprtf 0.
f . , .....1
,,- A-Cure, for Lumbago.
- W'C Williamson; or Amherst, Va
U S,;A:-. says: "For more than a
year I sufioredifrdni lumbago. I fiejl
Chamberlain's Pain Balnx-and it-gaye
me entire .r.eiief,; which all other .reme
dies had failed to do." r ,.
Gomes
and
McTidhe
Wholesale Liquor
Merehanis.
Street
Phone iaiti it -
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ISLAND TRADE A-SPECIALTY.?!
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FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
ALAMED.
...Uy..i.LSaL-.aiil2.ATiblEl-:ii.nillLt Jan. 15
ENTURA
..Wed.. Jan. 22
ALAMEDA
SIERRA
ALAMED
SONOMA
.Wed Mar. 5
ALAMEDA
VENTURA
ALAMESi..i.c
....Sat, Mar. 15
.Wed.. Mar. 26
s.jfaat.; April &
aiJvKitA. ,An...,...edr,. Apju.a5P
ALAMEDA.?Tif....;...vSaW Apcil-26
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-TO G. rBWIN" & CO.
LIMirED -
GENERAL -AGENTS OCEANIC S. S. CO.
f a,Gific Mail S. S. Co.
; Occidental and Oriental S. S.
AMERICA MARU ... JAN. 11
PEKING,. . ..,, ,...,... JAN.. IS
uakl.uj ,..; JAN. S
HONGKONG MARU FEB. 6
CHfNA .......;. ..FEB. 14
DORIO
FER 22
NIP.PON. -MARU- .. . .
P.ERU . ..,,,...
QOPTJC ........ .. . . .
AMERICA MARfj .
PEKING . ..... .i..
GAELIC.:. ...... . .
HONGKONG MARU
W-ilAK. 4
...MAR. 12
. . .:MAR. 20
...MATL2S
-.-.APRIL 5
.:.AU:J.-
..'APRIL!'
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FOR GENEILS.L INFORMATION APPLY TO
Ww-' ' .-" - - -
J. MacMeld & Co.,
Agents.
Canadian Australian
Royal Mail Line.
Steamers of the above line running in connection with the CANADIAN
P'ACiFJC RAILWAY COMPANY between Vancouver, B. C. and Sydney
N.S-W.," and. calling at Victoria, B.C., and Honolulu; and Brisbane, G., are.
rr 1 cr y -r- 1 i-mvi-si n 1 1 ' '
. DUE AHT HOrSJOL-UL-U
From Vancouver and Victoria for From Sydney and Brisbane for
Drreoane ano syoney
AOKAMrl . k .v k j JAN; IS
mvhjxh; : .... i...u;.;.Ai
,
1 -
On .or about the dates stated, above.
THROUGH TICKETS; Issued .from Honolulu to Canada, "United States. '
.and JJujop.e,. ., ,. ......
! ; jForelght and Passage, and all general Information, npply to '
THEQ, H. PAYEES & CO., ;
- Limited.
GENERAL AGENTS,
rd.
flmEnican-Ha waiian S. S. Co
. NEW YORK TO HONOLULU
, "VIA TACITIO .OOAST.
THE. 8PLEHDID HEW STEEL STEAMERS "
S. 3. Oregonias, G00O tonsj aiabqVit.pp.X.. '
;Si S." Califor.viAn, 6000- tons, to".-sJ-ai)outj jautiacy-
20, ,1902. ' ' ' ' '' t " ' ' a
S. S. Am erican,W00 tons, to 'sail 6 uptit Fcbfulferv: '
. From ban Ijancisco for ..nonQiulHtS..,, hiES-
3000 tons, sail Jannar' 4tfi, 1902. r-r j di ,. .,? ,r, ;: -
-Freight received at Compny's
. Brooklyn, at all times.
For Further. PirMenlflr innlrP " ' ! -"
H. Hackfeld
C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent.
.CHINESE SILKS
inzy")
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It fill's
U. DESIGN .
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..ANpjSHADE. ;
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fettnfctiniotrorattention siBce4fao
JKcipidJEransit Co,r built their extension,!
e-e 01 .VI HiilTJJi
of oavment aDrlv
iieHr N,nW
F. O- BOX 415.
r BeiorQ buyinr,buiJdinr rot-ekeliere, I
4 jbeauiiul lotoy Ufcl Hep f
MSitip J-
TABLE.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA
Tues., Jan. 21
VENTURA
.Tues.. Mar. 4
.Wed.. Mar. 19
ALAMEDA
SIERRA
...Tues Mar. 25
-1MEDA. ;i. . 5.; . .wvd. - April f 9
SONOMA. ,..TBes., April 15
ALA.ME&X KVt.lv.Wea April ID
VENTGRA,..
...ftTqes May f
the above steamers" the' agents "are !
Go. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
H0NGK.QNG MARU
CHINA
-uukiu
NIPPON MARU ..-.
PERU., v ,
FEB. 27
COPTIC MAR. 4
COPTIC MAR.
AMBKlCA MARU "M.VR. 11
PEKING . . ' ;...;...... MAR. 19
GAELIC ..... i '. . MAR. 29
HONGKONG, MARU APRIL- , I
CHINA .......'..; APRIL It
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Victoria and Vancouver
MOANA
,.-.JAN;-l
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wharf,. rWjVfeffigrliaPf1
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CREPES,
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