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JUT RECEIVED A LARQB MllfMEr1T
Alsen Portland Cement
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MKMnM.iMi. N. laalana fc Sa. S. Ea'a Dim.
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TM nail, uln Hi AImo Panlaal Caamt m in. Unite. Sulcata maw Ida .al at an what Wan!
111 al aa. ataaalattanr al i'ortlaa4 CaaiaM la Ewaf.
lMlMlalarlil. BaM aaattaal vary HtLl. D.C. Haallaa, Carta al Eaftoaara, U.S. A, al.ltia
wan hwhi ugiwitt i imn, ntw i aranaraar. naa aavar aaan aaaaia. r
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Oaa bay. tti aawaia: Savon Dava. Ana aoaait.
Iha vaal calar ani iha aiail aalaraHa waarlaa awrf art
MlMMM. ..fhll.rt. .a. rnaMulM. laJaiyaa th klh Mil.
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Talrtr Daa. Ill aaimia. Fm SMairallu II lna Iha I
Taatlaionlalt from laoat aailaaat aattfwart, ai
HDau'rltt ac Co.. .Ltd..
I raiLADELFHU ICE CIEAM ZM
With Crushed Fruits I
I Only at.1- I
I HONOLULU - DRUG - CO. I
H : All other are Imitations H
I Families and Parlors SupplleJ at SHORT NOTICE. I
I Our Ice Cream 6oda is the talk of the I
I town. I
Te TTisitcl "TlaAl "STo-va. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY ::::::::
Rallabla Watcbnan lurnlahad lor atoraa and proptrty.
aod confiatatlal work ol all aorta. ;i
Baal Cltr ralaraacaa taralabao'. Dattctlra
Office Reem 4 Made. Black -
P. O. BOX W.
.w a 1-a.w.rw n A.
make a large drink lor email money.
ASK FOR THEM
AT YOUR DRUGGISTS.
If you are not acquainted with sparklets he will explain the working of them,
which Is so simple that a child can operate the aerating of the bottle.
Cheaper than other aereated waters. All families should use Sparklets In
their drinking water.
o4T All tha laallnt- ORUGCISTS and Slonliaiparl on tha talandl
ara aupclkd with SPARKLETS and tha prepartd bonlta.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
The Treasurer of New
Zealand Makes a
Original Subsidy ArnngtiHent Held
Voided By Exclusion of Union
Steamship Company from
Hon. II. J, Seddon, Colonial Treasur
er of New Zealand in hla budget apeocn
lately delivered, makes reference ai
follow! to the San Francisco mall ser
vice: It will be In tbe recollection of mom
bers that the House of Keprescntatlvt-a
authorized the Government to extend
the Ban Francisco service for twelve
months from the first day of April,
1D00, on the terms and conditions then
obtained. The House further empnw
ed the Government to enter Into nego
tiations for a sixteen or seventeen dnyh'
scrvlco, once every four weeks, and an
alternative service for every two or
three weeks; also stipulating that At
least on'o Ilrltlsh-nwned vessel should
bo employed In cither service. The re
sult of tho negotiations was to bo sub
mitted to the IIouso for confirmation
this session and not to have effect un
til approved of by the House. From
this It is clear that the members In
tended that no contract should b
finally completed without first belnR
authorized by the House.
The position at present Is that tho
contract for :h roil val of the servli-e.
which was catered Into In IS?, and
expired on March 31 of this yc(.r. Ii.is
(OKI H CERTAIN
tfEIATNS KEFVSE JHINERS
rati MANY KMANIS
Widespread DUlreu Anticipated Af
fair Now Managed from Indian
apolisDefense Fund of
1200,000 Is Rtdy.
Wllkesliarre, !., Sept. 7. Tho rf
fusal of thi coal cblnpatiles at their
conference In New York to confer with
me miners only makes the belief
among the people of the Wyoming val
ley the stronger that thero will suirly
be a strike. The mlnc-s will be com
pelled to go out now or buck down
The demand for coil hero Is enor
mous. Every Hnd of rsTylnc vohlelo
Is being prenM Into servi(. Thoif ar
tho head of large manufarti.'rlii plants
are of the opinion t'iV. If a strike Is i.r
dered It will hi a long drawn out af
fair 3s both stills are stubborn. A!!
kinds of but.nsss It suffi-rinc m Ac
count of tho suspense. Some of the coal
companies tb'l k Mat In tho event f a
strike all the ninn will not go nut and
that they will sllll be able to mine
some coal. T'ils mi' b' true In nme
districts In the iiilt'i-i'.e rcgltn but
not in the Wyoming dl tt : i I ho men
hero nro pretty wll organized il ;e
all reports to the contrary and when
the order to stltkj Ii. gltn tint nil!
not be enough men at work to keep the
Somo of tin uewpaioU are making
uae of tho columns of tho local prcis
to poltn out the dlr rcnlamlty that will
follow a long strike. It Is pointed out
that the United Mine Workers have
only 171,000 in their treasury to sus
tain a strlko and that this sum will not
keep the strikers and their families
for a week. Tho total amount of money
paid In wages In the anthrnclte region
a month now Is 13,000,000.
Indianapolis .Sept. 7. Tho national
board of the United Mine Workers of
America went Into close secslon at 10
o'clock this morning cud took up tin-
anthracite situation. A general strike
been renowed with tho Union Sttnin
I ship Oj.tipi ny of New 'Zealand until order will probably be Issued, but prob
I March 31 1901 The Oceanic Steumshtp ably .not before tomorrow. It may bu
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, pals) up,
W. O, Aehl ...Proliant at Managsr
M. K. Nskullia.... Vic I'realilnnl
J. Mslulnal .Treasurer
Knoch Johnson HeoreUrr
(too, L. Desha M Auditor
HOARD OF DIHrXTOHH:
J. W. Blplkane.
Tbe abors Oomny will buy, l.aas,
or sail UnJj In all raru of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has bouae In tha IMtT
of Honolulu for rent. 1489-1 1
J. J. WILLIAMS,
VLsitors are cordially Invited tt
;all and inspect our gallery of life
lze royal photos, from Kamehameh
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
Imi., inters ui Mawi.
ALEXANDER & BALDWINS
II. V. IIALDWIN PrtsldMt
i. H. CAaTLIi itt VlcfPrtsldent
W. M. ALtXANDI K ..tnJ Vice-President
J. I'. C00KI' Trtvuursr
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Auditor
Sugir Ficlws aid
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantatloi Company.
Nahlku Sugai Company.
Klhei Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California aid Orieital S. S. C.
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers fc Dealers
Or Wo will Buy or UtJi Bool Estate It
Or WewUl Boll FratrUMonBoafos
OFFICE, 10 West King street
t r r r r p tc ipip ip iP'tKiPaPaPrtcriPrrrriPtciPiPaPiPiPiPiP
Honolulu - Tobacco - Co., - Ltd.,
Cos. Fort and Msschant Stsists
HAS RECEIVED PER "AUSTRALIA'FROM
Tbt World Renownti BrmJ of Clears. ,
T ri 1 lltstxx :--. Russell-
This elegant CIGAR can be purchased for FIVE CENTS only.
TRY THEM. NONE BETTER.
Architects, Contractors and Builders
Jobbing : Promptly : Attended ; To.
WM. T. PATY,
Slor. and OOca Flttlat.
Plana and Eatlmaua Furnlahal.
Hotel Street, near Barracks
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
;: PROGRESS BLOCK
Japanese in both
White and -Fancy,
of all titet.
t Blue and W'hite.
in large variety,
P. W. BauSalt.
P. O, Bos ill
BBAROBLEE & PACE
Architects & Builder
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H, I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. 1441
OP ALL KIHD8,
Dealers in Lumber and Goal
Qnoen otroot. Honolnln
H. F. BBRTBLMAN'8
To roar of old stand, Entrance on King
ifMt. O.'i'.ers left at either shop, or offics,
n John Nott'f 3re, King strict, will rs
h'vs prompt bttr4xloa. UH'tf
Lowers & Oorte,
A Specialty t
FLAT TOP DESKS
Caff and tee them.
We also have a
Fine line ol .
IN ALL SIZES
Hundreds in use in' this city.
Henrv Waterhouse & Co
Company, better known at the J. T).
Spreckels Company, has been associat
ed with the Union Stcnmthtp Company
In cnrrylnB out tho contract. The
Oceanic Steamship Company has now
secured from the United States Gov
ernment n ten years contract for n
service between San Kianclsco Mid
Australia. It Is stated, though not
officially, that the subsidy to be paid
Is 50,000 a year. The steamers more
than comply with 'he conditions let
down by the House, being C000 toss,
and specially built for tho service.
Messrs. Spreckels & Co. i.nvo olfoied
to perform a 17 days' scrvlco between
Auckland and San Francisco nnd n 20
days' service between Sydney mid San
Francisco every three weeks, each way
for tho payment of .C30.000 per annum,
from Australia and New Zealand, all es
sential condition being that tho service
should be performed exclusively by
vessels registered In tho United States
This being the case, tho offer could
not be dealt with, seeing that It con
flicts wTlth tho resolution passed by the
House, which provided that at least ono
British-owned steamer should bo em
ployed on the service. Further com
plications exist, Inasmuch as Honolulu,
being now a port of the United States,
vessels trading there are subject to the
provisions of tho American marlt'.inn
laws, which prohibit the conveysfneo
of passengers or cargo to ports of ths
United States except In vessels owned
or registered In that country. At tho
present tlmo tho net cost In carrying
our malls by weight Is nbout 11,000
a year, I understand that tho Austra
lian Governments have not yet agreed
to accept tho terras offered by the
Oceanic Steamship Company. What
proportion of the 30,000 per nnnum
asked by the company was paid by this
colony was not defined.
What tho position will he, owing to
the disinclination of tho Australian
Governments to agree to the terms, I
cannot forecast, but It Is qulto clear
that favorable as this colony Is to tho
San Francisco service, It would bo tno
great a luxury to pay for If It were to
cost us much more than wo are paying
at the present time. As no definite ac
tion has been taken by tha Australian
Governments In reference to tho pro
posals of the Oceanic Steamship Com
pany, rhe matter, so far as we are con
cerned, Is surrounded with difficulty,
and owing to the conditions stipulated
by the American Government, tho reso
lution of the House passed last session
cannot be compiled with. Later on,
when the governments aro in n posi
tion to better define tho situation, pro
posals will be submitted by my col
league, the Postmaster General, to
meet such circumstances as may arlso.
telegraphed to the leaders of the an
thracite miners before being given out
We will certainly Issuo the order for
a general strike," said cue Of th on.Md
members. "Wo enro little what the
operators have to say as to the Impend
ing distress In the Wyoming or other
valleys. Wo are running things from
Indianapolis now, Tho slatsment that
there will be great dls'rrvi docs nut
worry us; wo will take euro of our men
If they go on strike nnd wilt not ask
operators for any financial nld."
It was announced tod.iv that the
Inreg defense fund held by tho Illinois
miners cannot be used without the emi
nent of the local unions of that State.
Ono of the features of the confer
ence Is tho attendance of several promt
nent men who nro not hoard mem
bers. M. D. Ry.1,1, secretory treasurer
of the Illinois miners. Is on the ground
Tho Illinois men lmve a defmra fund
of nearly $200,000.
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
W. G. Irwin & Bo.
Western Sugar Refinery Co., ot'ataaj
Baldwin Locomotive Works,
Philadelphia, l'cnn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), New York. U. 8. A.
N. Oblandt & Co.'s Chemical KertlU-
Alex. Cross ft Sons, high grade Far
tillzcrs for Cane and Coffee.
Recd'a Steam Pino Coverlnr.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
1'arafHne Paint Co.'s P. ft B. Palatal
and Papers; Lucol and Ltnsao
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), 9k
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, LUM
GASTLE & COOKB
Tma fewa PlaautVa Ca.
Tka Walalua AtrkulM.t C, L 1,1
Tk. Koaala Surar C
Tka W.laana Sut ar III I Ca.
Tka Kalta Atrlcltiiral Ca,
Tka Fulton Iran Warka. SL taihi. Ja.
Tfc.Su.darS OIIC. ""
Tka On. f. Blaka Skua Pant
Tk. Naw Encl.nl Llla laawaua C, .1 Bm .a
Jk na Flra la.. Ca. al Haiti art aT
Tk. Alllanca Aaaur..c. Cn. ol taia.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOBSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Titles . . .
AND SEE TUB DISPLAY.
Fine Job. Printing at
NO LAND RELBABBD.
eSattle, Wash., Sept, 6. The
miners of the Porcuplno district, Alas
ka, have received from Secretary of
State Hay definite assurances that
"this government foregoes no part of
Us rights nnd power to protect Its
citizens in tho Porcuplno creek region.
whether they be temporarily within
American or British Jurisdiction, In tho
full enjoyment of all rights and priv
ileges which they had before the mo
dus Vivendi was concluded, and to see
that their freedom of act-ens and exit
with tholr goods Is not materially im
peded." Tills announcement from Mr. Hay
Is tho result of n petition to President
McKlnloy from 140 American mliuis
In the Porcuplno country, who com
plained of being brought within tho
territory and under tho laws of the
Dominion of Canada, and especially
protested against the location of the
boundary lino along tho Klehlnl river,
by which American miners were forced
to enter British territory In carrying
supplies to their camps. The reply
of Secretary Hay discusses (ho whole
proposition at considerable length. He
assures the miners that tho modus Viv
endi Is merely a temporary proposition
to bo abrogated without prejudice to
cither party when n permanent settle
ment of tha boundary dispute Is decid
ed upon; that in the meantime the
rights of all miners temporarily
brought within the Canadian control
will bo religiously protected, and that
miners desiring to carry goods through
tho disputed torritory will lie permit
ted to do so without unjust Interfer
ence from tho Canadian customs ofll-clals.
P. B. K. STKATJOH,
Real Estate Broker
Financial Agnt sod Collector
No. 9 Bethel Rt., near P. O.
ial Talaphoi,. a.i.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
Tu be bad for the money.
CLOfllNO OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Wm. G. Irwin & Go.
Wm. G. Irwin.. President nnd Maiiiim
Clans Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard ..Second Vice President.
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Trcas. and Bate.
Geo. J. Ross Audltoa
Aanns 01 Tea
J0IANIO STEAMSHIP C0MPAJTT
OF BAM FRANCISCO. CAL
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Mach ns, BU '
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY,
Tako Laxatlvo Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money It It
falls to curd E. W, Grove's signature 1 Inning
Is on each box. 25 cents.
Hull Team Victorious.
In a ganio of baseball between tha
teams of II O. Hall ft Son and Tlieo.
II, Davlcs & Co. on tho Onhu College
grounds Saturday afternoon, tho, for
mer won by a score of -13 to 2S This
team scored iflglit runsjn tho fourth
Williams was' tho only man
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
G. A. 6R0TE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEES
Union St. near Hotel 150a
PROPOSALS FOR FIRE HOSE.
ho scored for tho Davlcs team.
Sealed proposals will be received at ths
office of the Board of Commissioners of
the Honolulu Fire Denartment. until 12
o'clock m , Oct. 6th, 1000, for furnishing
jooo ic 01 .y men couon-covereu fire
Hose, to be delivered within sixty days
after notllica-lon of accept'nee of tender.
All tenders must be accompanied by
K. R. G. WALLACE,
Secretary Board of Commls'loneis of the
Honolulu Fire Department. iGjotd
BEWEl & CO., LTD.,
(uaao atMl. tloaoiula a.l
Hawaiian Agricultural Cipaajr, Ajaartcaa f ua.
Ompany, Ooaala Surar Plant. Co , Oaaaa. Itaa.
walluku Mliai Co.. ataftaa
nth Co., Molokal Haaakf
Co.. Honoau Suaar Ci
sutar 1.0 . uaiaauia Hants Co.. Moloaal BaMtjt-
Planur a Llna San H llico PacM aaa. Br Mf
m i-v. a bio. 01 gga.D racaai.
LIST OF OFFICERS
O, M. Cooke, President) Georn .
Robertson, Manager) K. Y. Bishop
Treasurer and (Secretary) Col. W. ,
Allen, Audit r, P. C. Jones, H. Water
house, Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
O.narsl Hanafsf ot
tt. Iqnjtibla Lift issuanoi Sotiitf
Of tha TJaittd StetM (01 tha BawaUM
Ofiuai kfehaiit stoat Be
Fine Job Printing at
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
TTholaaal. ImporUn tad Jobkan
faropaan and Amtriean D7 iota
10 t and Qnasn Btrssks.
H. HAOKFELD ic CO'.,Lli
EMEHAL COMMISSION AQEITl
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