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XHS HQJSOIjTjIiTJ HfiFUHLIGiS, PRIMDH 1133 ST, Ifiaa
. the Honsekeeper.
We have jiM received a new importation of Fauev
Groeeries. Cast your eye over this list:
CHEESE Fressge tfe Iris, Frcisp is SsrgHzsJa,
IlilUa Pansise, Hollas! er Efoas,
Pineapple Galiforafe Fail Grssa,
IiperisI, McUteb's, LtabBrger, Etc., Etc.
Cfctckes Loaf (a dainty dish), real Loaf, Gsttage Leaf,
Ian Loaf, Frank Sraiworst Zmm. Mstwnrst Saesa.
GgiHiBs Ham Sansage 'by tfee psnad, Scotch Herriogis Tqsi Sasce, I
Snails i&ESGiss French), Erimsly floaters, Etc., Etc. J
SALTER & WAITY,
Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers.
The Porter Furniture Co,
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
' Side Boards
Divans China Closets
Direct from Eastern Factories
We have just received a? from the mauufiictarers, a sbipmeut of these po.
imlar vehicles, ?& B O'BRDiN PATENT SPRING. sThey are
baucetl to the eqtiopoke of successful nicety on
built on honor, built to wear,
' INVENTED, Are fitted with DOST
the EASIEST KIDDfO SPRINGS
3WBBER Tn Lb, and
1'ROOF LONG DISTANCE AXLES
C ANOPV or FALLING TOP as desired. 'i0 lu w ----shows
ltf rials, and a finish that can-not
expert orkmunsliip, the use of the 1hO
be surpassed anywhere.
vehicle do nt ia to te these.
If you contemplate purchasing a
.PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. LVD.
Next to the Fire Station.
DAT BLOCK. - - BERETANIA STREET. - -
Therc made here, And They're Fine.
THE AMNBX COCKTAILS.
TOM GIX. WHISKY, MARTIXI.
Have touched the fancy of the public palate. 'Made of the
L. Choicest Ingredients icith the utmost care. Put
vp under our own label .
WE GUARANTEE THE QUALITY.
Try a Sample BoUle. We Know You Will Like Them.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.,
Phone 4. Wholesale.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd
British S: Foreign Marino Insurance Co.
Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life).
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpool.
WHITE ROSE FLOUR
A Minister's Good Work-
Ic. got a bottle of Chaniberlaln'a Colic.
m Cholera and Diarrhoea. Remedy, took
l rsro coses ana was entirely cureo. says
Ber. A. A. Power, of Emporia, Kan.
"ifr neighbor across the street was
sick for over a veek, had two or three
bottles of znedicine from the doctor.
He used thera for three or four days
without relief, then called In another
doctor who treated him for some days
and gave him no relief, so discharged
him. I went over to see hlin the nxt
morning. He said his bowels were in
a terrible fix, that they had oeen running
oft so long that it was almost
bloody flax. I asked him If he had tritd
Chamberlain's Colic, Choleia and
Remedy and h "aid. "No. T went
home and brought him my bottle and
gave him one dose; told him to take
another dose in fifteen or twenty minutes
if he did not find relief, but he
took no more and was entirely cured.
I think It the best medicine I Lave "ver
tried." Tor sale by all dealers and druggists.
Benson. Smith & Co., genera!
agents. Hawaiian Territory.
Cleaned and Repaired.
Jewelry made to order on ihort notice
4(Mj Fort St
Astor House Restaurant
WIIX RE-OPEN FOR BUSINESS ON
At the cor King and Alnkea Street.
FIRST GLUSS IX EVERY DETAIL.
Meals served at all hours.
A LIBERAL COMPANY.
The PROVIDENT SAVINGS
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
of New York, furnishes
minimum insurance at a minimum
cost. Thf company is as
liberal in it$ dealings with policyholders
as conservative and economical
management will allow.
I. R. BURKS is the resident man-
ager; otlice Alagoon iSuilding.cor.
Merchant and Alakea street,
Room C upstaira.
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ALL KINDS OP
flor.se Fiirnisliiiis: doods
Plantation Orders Solicited at Living
California Harness Shop,'
G39 King Street,
SEATTLE BEER I
On Draught or in Uottles
at the :
- Tor Jkls by
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.
"I bad a severe attack of bilious v AU'U
The Californian Comes
as an Array Transport.
RIO DE JANEIRO FROM COAST.
FA2TNTE ADELE PROM
The Machinery of the "Wrecked
Kilobana Goes Into the
Captain Fitz to Command
The Californian. which was built at
the Union Iron Works, in San Francisco,
for Flint, Dearborn & Co. of ew
York, arrived here yesterday on her
maiden voyage. She comes as a transport,
having been chartered by the
Government to take stores to Manila,
in place of the regular vessels, which
are beii.g rushed to China with troops
as fast as possible.
The Californian is as fine a specimen
of freight steamer as the Oregon was
of a warship. Special care was taken
m her construction and fittings, as she
is to go around the Horn to New York,
and the product of a Pacific Coast shipbuilding
plant will naturally come in
for verj rigid inspection and" criticism,
and the Californian was built to stand
Her cost was in the neighborhood
or ?oW,(H)0. She is one of four steamers
now building. Her dimensions are:
Length, 43o feet; breadth, 51 feet;
depth of hold, 3S feet; draught when
loaded, 26 feet. Her speed is about 9
knots per hour, and she has coal capacity
for 1C00 tons, sufficient to carry
her about 7000 miles.
For handling freight she is very
well equipped, having two large
hatches fore and aft. Her deck machinery
consists of eight double steam
winches and two steam capstans. She
has two electric generators and two
evaporators for the distillation of wa
ter. The Californian was being prepared
to load wheat for the United
Kingdom when she was chartered by
the Government, and she had been
sheathe 1 inside for the loading of the
cargo. She left San Francisco for this
port on the 17th at 5:30 p. in., and on
Wednesday at noon, Captain Morrison,
who di.i not like to make port after
dark, as he is a stranger in these waters,
slowed down, and the steamer
wae sighted at 4 o'clock yesterday
morning. She docked at 7, being just
eight days and fourteen hours from
Jock to dock.
Captain Morrison, her commander,
came out from New York to take
charge of the vessel. The other officers
arc known here. There are: First
Officer Turner, Second Officer Blain
and Third Office.- Holmes. The engineers'
department consists of twenty-five
men, all natives of California. The
chief engineer, Mr. Chisholm, is the
oldest, and he is not yet 30. His assistants
are: First Assistant Engineer
Donaldbon, Second. Assistant Engineer
Laswell, Third Assistant Engineer Mc-Kenzie.
The whole crew consists of
white men. They number over fifty.
Quartermaster Clerk E. M. Hine is in
charge of the stores, which amount to
9433 measured tons. Among this
freight is a jbipnient 'of 900 tons of
chairs for the hospitals iythe Philippines.
This is probably the largest
shipment of chairs eer made at one
time fiom a Pacific Coast port. The
Californian brought ninety-five bags of
maii fcr this port, and among it were
several bags for the German warship
Geier, to arrive here. In docking the
Californan yesterday the pllotboat got
jammed between the vessel and the
navy coal barge lying in the slip and
was badly smashed. The Californian is
under-lease to the Government for six
months, with an option of three
mouths longer, if desired. She leaves
for Mauila this afternoon.
THE WARSHIP GEIER, J
The German warship Geier will come
here direct from Acapulco, Mexico. In
San Diego and San Francisco great
preparations had been made for receptions
to her on arrival at those
porfs, but a the last moment word
was received from the German Minister
at Washington that the vessel was
not goiug to touch at any Coast port
NEW YORK, July 12. The new express
steamer Deutschland of the
Hamburg-American Line arrived today
from Hamburg, Cherbourg and
Plymouth in the record time from the
latter port of 5 days, 15 hours and 46
nxinutcs, a distance of 3044 knots at
an average of 22.42 knots per hour.
The distance Is six knots shorter than
the distance made by the, Kaiser Wll-helm
der Grosse in November, 1S99,
when she made her best record of 5
davs, 17 hours, 37 minuted at an average
speed of 22J9. Thls'is thefastest
initial trip made across the Atlantic.
The first trip by the Kaiser Wilhelm
der Grosse was made in 5 days, 22
hours and 35 minutes over a distance
of 3050 knots.
Thursday, July 26.
U. S. A. T. Californian, Morrison,
from San Fraccisco, July 17, with stores
P. JL S. S. Rio de Janeiro, Ward,
from San Francisco.
Am. schr. Fannie Adele, Monson, IS
days from San Diego.
Stmr. Waialeale, Green, from Kapaa.
Stmr. Helene, Sachs, from Hamakua.
Thursday; July 2C.
It. sp. Elise, Maresca, for the Sound
Stmr. Noeau, Wypan. for Lahaina,
Kukuihaele and Honokaa.
Bk. Olympic, Glbbs, with sugar, for
THE PFLUGER DISMASTED.
SANTA BARBARA. CaL. July 1G.
About 6 o'clock this morning the German
bark J. C Pflager was towed Into
this port by a steam schooner in a disabled
ccmditioB, bavins lost her mlnen
and mainmasts. A telegram was seat
to San Francisco, ordering a tug to
have her takes back to that place for
repairs. The Pfluger cleared frcaa San
Francisco for Queenstown. Ireland,
-with Soar. She had just passed the
Farallonea when a most peculiar accident
happened. About S o'clock la the
morulas, with oalr a fair breeze blowing,
the cretr was sorpriaed to se the
I mainmast suddenly torn. from, the
sel and the mizzesmast snapped ofL
I The wind which caused the damage
scarcely felt oa the deck, and tit-supposition
Is that it came In the shan
of a whirlwind and did not reach the
deck of the ship.
w Ith the use of the foresail only and
with the wind in a southerly direction
the bark was sailed in toward the coast
and early this morning; was picked up
near Goleta by a steam schooner, and
towed into this port. It will probably
be a day or twp before the tug arrives
to tow her back north. Aside from
thz loss of the masts and rigging, the
vessel is perfectly sound.
iiiu ic iur me uneot tuis muraius.
The Union Iron "Works of San Fran
Cisco recently laid the keel for the
steamer Alaskan. She will be one of
Flint, Dearborn & Co.s ships, and
longer by forty feet than the Algoa.
Her carrying capacity will also be
The heavy southerly swell has kept
the schooner Blanche EUa from going
to Koalawai. She laid all day yesterday
off the quarantine
for the sea to calm. Captajn
the pilot, says that yesterday
morning the breakers were higher
than he has seen them in years.
The crew of the schooner Fannie
Adele received $75 apiece for the run
to this port. Captain Monson states
that vages on the Coast are very hish
and seamen scarce.
Work will begin to-day on the Iwa-Iani.
The holier and engine of the
wrecked Kilohana will be put in the
steamer. It will take about six wejks
to finish the job.
The Noeau, which was to have sailed
for Honokaa at 4 o'clock yesterday, did
not get away until about 4:30 p. m., is
she was held to take the mail to "Hllo
and Hawaii ports.
From San Francisco, per, stmr. Kio
de Janeiro, July 26 Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Spitzer and family Miss L. McCIoary,
Albert Ah Fong, Mr. and Mrs. E. Stafford
and child, Mr. and Mrs. Hobart
and child, Jno. A. Grack, Dr. J. V.r.
Kerr, the Misses Wilcox AV. H. Baugh,
Miss Isis Hall, Rev. Lawrence Bergman,
E. B. Root, Judge and Mrs. R. D.
Sullivan, F. L. Gibson, J. H. Wise, C
N. Prouty, Miss Payne, T. F. Osborne,
Miss M. E. Davis, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Morphy, W. J. Robinson,
Mrs. Eauman, W .D. Baldwin, Mrs. H.
P. Baldwin, Rev. Willibrod Kabs, Miss
Grimwood, II. G. Dilingham, W. E.
Cumback, W. H. Stewart, R. W.
S. Dillingham, Prof. W . E.
Sharp, Mrs. F. R. Day, W.F. Damon,
M. J. Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson,
E. Wilcox, F. C. Baldwin, Rev.
Alemaster, C. J. Hutchins, Mr.
and Mrs. H .F. Ruggles, W. F. Diving-ham,
J. D. Holt, J. W. Silld -
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers due and to sail today and
for the next six days are as. follows:
-From. - - Jiiie
Coptic S. F.
Mio. era Vict oria
vmerica Mum S. F.
Alameda S. F. . i
City of Peking S.F. . .
Gaelic S. F.
City of Pekimj S. F.
Gaelic S. F.
Australia S. F.
Hongkonp Mam S. F.
Maniposa S. F. .
China S.F. .
. . Aug. 2
. Am;, 4
. .. Aug. 23
. . . .Aug. 29
. .Aug. 4
He Says That He Has Frequently-Helped
J. Leslie McComb, the pulpit orator
and evangelist, denies emphatically the
statement made by Frank McKenna
and Oscar Lewis, as published in their
interviews in yesterday's Republican.
" Time and time again," said Mr. McComb
to a Republican reporter last
night, "I have given distressed sailors
from my small means money to help
them out of their temporary embarrassment
I don't like to mention this
matter, and I shouldn't if the charge
had not been made directly against me
that I never help the sailors, except to
minister to their spiritual natures.
"I am willing to place my character
alongside that of Oscar Lewis, and have
it investigated by a committee of rep-;
CONVENTION AND COM3EISSION.
How Uemocracy and a Marriage Interfered
With Justice. ,
Charles W. Booth, through his attorneys,
has filed a motion for an alias
commission issued to Charles T. Wilder
in the case of Sarah A. Berger vs.
Charles W. Booth and Charted 3. Desky
to take the testimony of Sarah A. Berger,
a witness for the plaintiff, upon
the Interrogatories and cross-interrogatories
already on file Jn this case.
Accompanying the motion is tiie affidavit
of Booth, which sets forth that
the commission heretofore addressed to
Charles T. Wilder has not been returned
and deponent alleges that no action
was taken by Wilder.
That it is a matter of public report
that Wilder left San Francisco for the
purpose of attending the DemocraUc
convention at Kansas City on July 4,
and from thence proceeded to the East
for the purpose of getting married;
that Wilder contemplates an extensive i
trip throughout the East and does not
contemplate returning to San Francisco
for several months.
Kamalo Sugar Company Case.
Yesterday Judge Humphreys heard
argtuaents of counsel ijt the etiuify
case of Harvey E.HifcScocteL.aLvs.
Frank Hustace, John J. Eas, Frank
H.Foster and the Hamate
The plaintiffs ask that ta defendants
be made trustees o? the company
for the sum ot $25,000, which, the
defendant, it i? alleged, unlawfully
appropriated. The matter was taken
under advisement by-the eourt,
OF PE2S02? Ali INTEREST
Mr. K. C A. rtriMi t oae of file
busy customs brokers of Honolulu at
B, FDQlinghR&i will return to Hono-
liyrt by the nest steamer.
3Ir. Albert Afoua returned from
school in the United States yesterday.
JUss Isis Hall arrived by .the IU
Bev. Lawrenc? Bergman is visiting;
3Ir. E. B. Boot is paying his Erst
visit to the Islands.
SHIPPING NOTES. ilr. and Mrs. R, P. Sullivan will vfeit
The Rio de Janeiro, from "San Fran- "onosuiu xor a snort period.
Cisco, brought a large number of pas- Mr. and Mrs. AL Stafford were ar-
She will take on about 300 tons of coal &1 of tfac up town hoteIi "
W.Kerr was passenger by
T. M. Wilcox Loo of the late arrivals.
Mr. P. L. Gibsou was one of jesters
day's incoming passeosttrs.
MtoS Payne is one of the IahtstJ
TENDERS FOR PRINTING.
Office of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, H. T.. July il. 19G0.
Tenders for printing' the biennial report
of the Board of Ko<h. as per
specifications to be seen at its office,
will be received until 12 o'clock noon,
Tuesday. July 31, 190.
The Board does not bind itself to ac
! cept the lowest or any bid. -
Secretary Board of Health.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit of the Territory of Hawaii.
In Probate. In the Matter
of the Estate or JOSEPH GOMES,
late of Honolulu, Oahu, Deceased.
The petition and accounts of the administrator
of the estate of said deceased,
wherein he asks that his ac
count be examined and approved, and
that a final order be made of distribution
of the property remaining in his
hands to the persons thereto entitled,
and discharging him from all further
responsibility as such administrator.
It is ordered that FRIDAY, the 17th
day of AUGUST, A. D. 1900. at 10
o'clock a. ni., at Chambers, in the court
room of the said Court at Honolulu
Island of Oahu, be and the same here-
f by is appointed as the time and place-I
for hearing said petition and accounts.
sad that all perscasintcxested
then, and there appear and show catnei
If any they have, why the same should
not be granted.
'Honolulu, July U, 1!MH.
- By the Court:
J. A. THOMPSON. .
for the thirsty that's our
soda. A delightful euro for
;'that thirsty feeliug which
is epidemic these hot summer
Our soda is pure and Lust
f as cold as- ice can make it.
The real fruit flavors (no
artificial essences used) have
been a drawing card for
years. We never skimp
Try a glass of fresh crushed
strawberry or pineapple
with a dash of appetizing ice
crcnin. That's the reason
lor the crowds at our fountain.
Ufjl Oil Ul Ug UU.,
Fort & King.
.- . 4rtP4PMMHto4aMafiaM
We have just received another large importation
of these Popular Shirt Waists.
Stvlcs Jfcw ami Smart Trimmings Dainty,
Pit Perfect and Finish Faultless.
32 to 42 more large ones than in
We want you to see them.
519 FORT STREET.
& MARSH. Ltd.
Iiove Building : : :
X Ok Draft, H&nwr&nd Saddle RatseM, ,
Q riant oticn Mulos, Big Draft ""N
& M,lk8' ScdMi Xsk' :
Milch Cowa, v X
M)D ERNYi LI YER Y.
& WILL J3
j$y BUY or SELL ,
4&y ON COMMISSION 3&
Anything and everything in our line.
H. H. WILLIAMS,
Xedroom Seta at Bargain Day prkfci.
Baby Carriages the same,
Foil line of Wicker Farnltun at priced never befors quoted here.
Undertaker and Embalmer and prompt response Uf all calbi.
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