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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY ix, 1902.
Many Lives Lost
EUREKA Jan. 3 The Ftesmafcip
"Walla Walla, one of the boai'aaown
of toe twill plyte aetwwB Sui
Trmmeiaco sad aorta coast potats, lies
at the botion of the Psciac. Dartasi pairs are said by tk company's offi
a fog she - ttnek aad mak at j cers to represent as expeadkere of .
4:1 o'docfc oa TBrsar xaoratag ay, 2M.000. giving ber a Yalse to the"
unknown bar, bettered to be fly- compaay of over H9QM9
tag tfc "? reach As. Awaiting News at Eureka.
An totem of thirty-are atlaateai EUREKA. Cal Jaa. 4.-Up M .9 j
between the time of the f this morning no news of the
"" M , . , j i missing passengers and crew of the
as, aad the last larch aad WafcVKTi been received. It
w uk wwmyv . .,.,
mt n aaaaBk k m mn in biui in i nm&
Uiae lifeboat aad raft were lowered !
" " w e " "" "-" aad life boats that were not piCKec up as g creation of man. We read ia
-were Uea off. la ia Maii-p&nic that! Frjdar Tne n is ing patrolled lhft Xew Tesuunent of Dorcas who
fottowed t craah. bowver. some , aad j t anv of th boats have made a made lhe WOnderful coats and gar
jamped overboard aad wre lost,) landing tbe survivors will be promptly ments lhat g -women of Joppa show
while diaaater orertook two of the, taken care of. eti peter. In nature -we see the inter-
awall boats aad ataay of their occu
aaau we drowned. Other passn
gera aad whhb. iajared in the col
ttafOit or overioofcftd la tb eocciteraeat
et doa with th hp.
Lost and Saved.
Oat o aa entiaiated total of 144
aiwoaa aboard 4 paaaeagers awl SO ,
la the crew 55 have not been ac
ronatml for. and of that number at
tfrawaed. Tho rroainpr of the miss-
laaat half are known to have been'
in are on two life rafU and may be
picket', up at aea. j
Eight Boats Launched. j
KJjrht of the Walla Walla's ten
boata wera launched swrcesfully. two
being croaked by wreckage in the wa
ter, la addition, six rafts were thrown
overboard. Soi of the passengers j
aad crew refused to go in the boats, '
bebeving it safe' to remain on the
ahia. Four rafts and four boats, with
Uietr chilled occupantH. were picked j
up by th eteam schooner Disimtch,,
aad another in charge of the third en-J
giamr cawe aahore at Trinidad this!
Drowned in the Surf.
Frow thh? lioat seven were drowned
lH making a landing through the surf.
Another boat, containing fourteen,
ww picked up by the tug Ranger this
morning at 11 o'clock. The remaining
two boata came ashore tonight at Big
Lagoon. They carried fifteen persons.
Tao aliasing rafta left the Wallu Wal
la la charge of First OHicer Nilson
aad Second Ofticw Lupp.
Stewardesc Met Death.
It ia known that the stewardess.
Mrs. Reynolds, several children and
t unknown wnio went down with
th reafl. Chief Engineer Crosby j
aad Parser E. U Nuttman are alsoi
amour the drowned.
Just how the ncMent occurred may
aTr be known. Second .Mate F.
Lapp waa on the bridge in charge of
ih ship at the time, and he is be-
lleved to have perished. It is claimed j
that the French bark displayed no
lights and that her proximity to the
AValla Walla was unknown until she
loonml up on the steamship's port
aide and so near that it was impo.-si-bk
to avoid a collision. The stranger
strack the Walln Walla bow on, well
forward on the port side. Rebounding
row the Impact she scraped thei
coaster's side as she passed on. j
- French Spoken on Strange Vessel.
Tho nfUrers of tho Walla Wnlln nre i
tlty of tbe bark that sank thoir crnfL
Thore was groat excitement on thei
trange vosscls after the crash, and j
the votros of her officers could bo
lard giving orders to the socmen.!
Tb laagnago spoken whs French
Life Boats Capsize.
Ttoer wrr tn lifeboats and eight j
raits oh the vuasel. The first lifeboat j
lowered eaiaed with tbree men in it (
aad drifted away with tbeee passen
gers oaly? Two other boaU were
smashed and rendered nseles. Car
tain Hall reported at S o'clock that
only one boat was missing. The life-
thai another life-bont ras on the
beach north of the Humboklt bar.;
A reecalag party has been detailed to!
briaac passengers to Eureka.
At the Mercy of the Waves.
Thoe who succeeded in sotting on
the life-boats and rafts drifted at the
mercy of the sea until about S o'clock'
of the same morning, whan the steam-
er Dispatch observed their distress
atgaal. It was not long until the Dis-I
patch nicked up tho first survivors'
aad learae of the fate of the Walla
Walla. The Dispatch remained in that
lll.llt -.Mut.-I.... MHMUH.l ..tt J.... ..-.
tii.attt uiUBwi, imraau ail uai, iuch-i
lng p persons Hosting on life rafts!
&9d Hfe-boats until she had aboard
sixty-three. She sailed for Humboldt'
bay late In the night, arriving in Eu-'
reka Friday morning at 3 a. m.
Value and Insurance.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Jan. 5. The Pa
cine Coast Company carried $230,000
insurance on the Walla Walla, -which
Uiey Tahted at JMe.900. Her trans
foraattoa from a collier serera.1 years
a?o and sabeeqoeat chaages aad re-
, ,nnA that tndflT the tUES tftat are
tbe 8eaWili find the rafts.
Manv of the oassengers and crew
who reached Eureka yesterday are j This branch 0f manual training is , con:- down there because he had noth
atill suffering from the hardship and , d(Jne ln most of COmmon schools inS else to dp stepped by him on pre
rmV thPv exDeriencetl. but all ! , ,., n-,A i om tnld there is a tense of meeting a friend and took a
,..,- ,, --
The following are the passengers
i that are missing:
J. L. Fjeld. " '
A. Kctzschnur. ,
Mrs. A. Kotzschnur.
For Tacoma . -.
Dr. B. F. Allen. ' "' " '
Mrs. B. F. Allen.
Mrs. L. Johnson.
L M Hanselman.
w. B. Moore.
M. C. Marsh.
H. Erickson and three children.
C. F. Spencer.
L. M. Paperne.
H. H. Weaver.
far as ;
The passengers saved, as
known .are as follows:
A. H. Snell
Mrs. J. L. Timmons of Dawson.
A. Meydenbaucr. Lakeport.
Mrs. A. Meydenbaucr. Lakeport.
C. F. Swan.
J. Miller and wife. Seattle.
Theodore Haight. Los Angeles.
Miss C. Cadien, San Francisco.
Miss Rose E. Peters.
D. Stern and wife.
F. L. M. Smith.
W. P. Sanderson, San Francisco
inhn r::iu c- rr,:
vw.,t( uuuvit, 011 r i .tiiciscu.
Mrs. A. F. Stream. Tacoma.
F. W. Stream and wife, Tacoma
Dr- F- F. Adams, San Francisco
Mrs- C. Hastings, Victoria.
J. H. Brown and wife.
! Mrs. R. S. Edgar. San Jose.
j For Alaska
C. R. West. San F-3ncisco.
A. B. McLcllar
are expected to recover. The survl- movement to establish departments j Sd 'k to his face, not neglect
vors who are able to travel will prob-lof sewlng in connection with univer-f nS to save a glance for the stone.
ably be sent down to San Francisco j sitle, The loser of a diamond recognized
on the steamer Pomona, which leaves ; F " CTeat many years sewing has . the man with the stone as a former
n. traveler for Murphy ' TS i""18 By Blu?'" and Mr Boy
k. San Francisco enl.who sans "Be M Dearest."
urani ot jo san Francisco.
The names of the men of the crew, .
.according to the rec rds of the Unit-!
I ed States
that were missing last night '
P. Nilsen. first mate.
F. Lupp, second mate. -George
Haedoon. third mate.
C Brown, fourth mate.
E. L. Nuttman, purser.
George H. Crosby, chief engineer.
B. F. Potter, second assistant en
A. Hclmes, bratswain.
S. Carlson, watchman.
John Wilson. John English. fc.uarter'
R. Somers, M. Nilson.
!, E. Johnson,, "
i. M Hoave. A.
W. O. Levey. R. Nelson.
J Johnson, O. Johnson, seamen.
j W. B. Dorlands, water tender. is
W. J. Battel, j. Rooney, firemen. ftlon issue to David Dayton. Friday.
G. Gore. D. Gallagher, E. Alexander February 14th. has been appointed for
J. Callahan, coal passers. ; the hearing.
J. Conned, steward.
Miss M. Reynolds, stewardess.
S. Vurillo, ccok.
Frank Reardon, porter.
F. Shtel, pantryman. "&...
P. Naucett, F. Rhode, mess boys.
(Continued from Page Five.)
changed mr mind. Not. all boys are
raecbandilly inclined, and of those
who are so inclined, not all fill carei
to express themselves through the
.u-n...i.v. i- v.- , ,s: '
dren have not done so. though I have
done my best to influence them along
The discnsslon after the reading of, because he had noting else
this paper brought out the convic- to do
tlon that a girl should learn carpen- Presently the gangplank -was rig
try if she has a taste for It. "What- ged and tha passeng rs began to come
ever a child Is Interested in should ashore.
be developed, but at the same time all As the line of travelers streamed
should be trained to know good arch- down on the wharf a miscievous ray
Discussion cf Sewing.
.. . ,. ,. ,.--,.
.Mrs. isaoeua ucisuu. i -
t humanu School, read a paper on sew-
i U'h?i In nartL was as IOUOWS:
glng j3 no new thing, it Is old
, --,; ,,- Hnno hv birds.
Ut rtUlClIV.T . -
Ibeen taught in the school of England;"0 Wr at the occidental Hotel
...L. .. o .i t -noiP. and suddenly remembered that It was
worT Before the Hawaiians had be- " th Occidental Hotel that he had
come civilized they sewed their kapa-1 diamond scarf pin He was
.i. .n ,nQ nr im.,surejoff that the diamond was his.
together using a needle maae oi nam-'
,. ., ,,Q,i mZ.i nf nv-P nr Hls first impulse was to grab the
First Sewing in Hawaii.
Queen Kaahumanu visited the mis
sionaries and brought with her a
piece of silk, which she asked Mrs.
Bingham to make into a garment.
This was probably the first sewing
done by women on these Islands. Mrs.
Bingham opened a school on the site arrest of the man.
where the Postoffice. now stands and . Deputy Sheriff Chillingworth imme
her first pupils were the chiefs, their , diately placed the matter in the able
attendants, and the wives and chil- j hands of Detective David Kaapa who
riren of early settlers. It was prob-' lost no time in getting on the scent
ably in this school that the Hawaiians of the wearer of the gem which was
were first taught to sew. . alleged to be stolen. Kaapa is still
Sewing was begun in our govern- working on the case and expects to
ment schools in the country districts,
but not by order of the Beard. The
school agents began to send chests
and outfits around to the schools
about 1S93 or 1S94, and at the present
time a majority of our government
schools are supplied with these by or
der of the Department.
An taucauonai sunject.
Experience has shown that careful
preparation can make sewing as edu
cationr.i as any other subject of
school instruction, and it is just as
necessary tp have a competent teach
er in this branch as it is in any other.
Sewing has many educational advan-1
tages: It makes a child observant p -and.
accurate. ' ;
Boy? up to twelve years of age
should be taught to sew. They should
kpew how to do a certain amount and
lis adaptability to their needs.
Some points to be considered are:
The work should be of such a nature
as to interest the children, aiming
at practical usefulness. It should be
, such as can be accomplished without
j too extended or tiresome application. J
For beginners select such work as
1 can be accomplished at one or two sit-
tings. Adapt the work to the child's '
! power to understand requirements to
I ,,. x. . - ' . I
uccumpusn me neeaeu mechanical
means, and to grow in ability or pro-
j gress from simple to complex. Let
the lessons be more than mere sew
I ing; they should encourage discovery
jand investigation of every day facts
land principles; in other words, obser
vation of nature all about them.
The Horror of Debt.
Miss Felker. Drincinal of Knnhn. '
manu. said her boys were anxious to '
J begin their gymnasium although they
.; did not have the ready money. They
urged that business men got credit
; and thought they might do the same.
, The music -for this meeting was '
furnished by Mrs. Atherton. who
i ne next meeting will be held Feb- i
ruary i when Mrs Arthur -unvem.
Smith will Speak on "Self-Relianpf
and Self Control."
Circuit Court Notes.
In the matter of the guardianship
, of May and Edward Kaaloa. -petition
I in re disposition of the minors mon
j eys. in probate. Judge Humphreys has
taken the case under adviseineuL
j - Defendant's attorney's bill of costs
i has been filed in the assumpsit case
i of J. J. Byrne against the Orpheum
i Company, Limited, amounting to
Petition for letters of administra-
1 flftrr Sn(? m-Av rt nnitA l r i
, " "l """ ui mS m
e Inatter f e estate of Hugh Mac-
miuan. ueceaseu, nave been filed, it
Prayed that letters of administra-
In the matter of the application of
. George R. Carter." trustee, for permis
' sion to mortgage certain property
held in trust, it has been ordered that,
the trustee be authorized to execute
LOST GEM IS
SPOTS HIS SPIRELER OK WHARF
There ras a crci on the Oceanic
wharf when the steamer Alameda
docked from San Francisco yesterday
: afternoon- One of the crowd, Hke
' nis.nv others, -aras simolv there to Sill
of the tropical sun sought a diamond
pin in the gaudy cravat of a male pas-
, fl f .v. Us brlnancy Sn dazzling
splondor The spieDdor caught the
,. ,u ,., r. v -rr-tiai-f -trith
n0lhing ef t0 do. There wassome-
thing in the flash of the diamond
which seemed to h'm familiar.
Recognized the Man.
As the man with the diamond step
ped on the wharf the man who had
wearer of the pin and take him up to
the police station, but sober second
thought induced him to possess his
soul In patience.
The loser of the diamond, therefore,
let the wearer of the briliant pass on
undisturbed, after which he hastened
to the police station and notified the
t police, swearing out a warrant for the
accomplish something today.
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