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Offer for Sale:
Cube and GrSnnlated.
, Faiut., 'Compounds and Building
Papers. , .
.Lucol Raw and Boiled.
Linseed Raw and Boiled.
Water-proof cold-water Paint, in-able
and outside; in white and
Alex. Cross & Sous'
Scutch fertilizers, adapted
cane and coffee.
N. Oblundt fc Co-'s chemical Fertilizers
and finely ground Boiiem5l.
STEAM PIPE COVERING,
. pateut elastio sectional pipe
PJLTER. PRESS CLOTHS.
-Linen and Jute.
CEMENT, LIME & BRICKS
WESTERN SUGAR REFINING CO,
San Francisco, Gal
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS,
Philadelphia, Peuu., U. S. A.
KEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO.
fidauf. "National Cnne Shredder ')
t , New YorkU. S. A
"Suu Francisco, Cal
RISDON IRON AND LOCOMOTIVE
WORKS. San Francisco, Cnl
' ;sp ' T ?S fil ?! f3 f H m I
Km s im fc r s sa Mi ss fca p
Palolo Land and
Improvement Co., Ltd.
BOOM 8, MODEL BLOCK, J'ORT ST
OQice Hours 10 to 12 A. M.
-k. F. COOKE umageii
Offers for Sale or Lease
1. TRACTS of 25 to 100 ACRES
ufkutd In Paiolo Valley for ouildiug,
j'arniiug or. stock raising.
2. BLOCKS of 16 BUILDING LOTS
each 16000 square foot with streets all
laid and lots cleared. "
SINGLE BUILDING LOTS in
the valley or ou the hilt sides. 75x200
4. 5 AND 10 ACRE Lots of CLAY
SOILS suitable for making- bricks,
sewer pipo, Uower pots, fire clay, etc.o
6. 000,000 TONS SHIP BALLAST
BOCKS in quantities to suit, for
the quarry or delivered in town.
. t. EOCK QUARRIES t
toue for Sale or lease. A cood opportunity
for contractors nud new
firms to work or own their own
7, Land suitable for
TAIN H02CES, Etc, fordo or lease.
S. B.OAD METAL, CRUSHED
EOC.Z iv.r ooucrele work for sale in
quantities to suit, "by the yard or 100,-
000 yards. Special rates lor large
9. OPPORTUNITIES for-
tors to put up SO to 40 cottages for
tal and for a buss line to run as sooa
?XOPJTY a sites for Kol wm
pose, thr& to four miW 9l th
foe sate or f oa favorsbte
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THE HONOLULU KEI'Ut5ICA51 TCESDA1, JUIiX. 3Ir JJWO.
German Cruiser Geier
Off For the War
URGE CROWD SEES HER DEPART.
XTEW SCHOOLER LTJZOT GETS A
PLYING START FOE
About Bust. at Sea Coast TratSc
"Would Change Names Water
, Now Deep Over Shag
The Canaan cruiser Geier steamed
out of the harbor about 5 o'clock yesterday
afternoon on her way to the
Orient to play her part in the game
of the nations, lately begun. Her departure
was the event of the day on
thfr water-front, and was watched by
many from the wharves. The vessel
wag surrounded by small boats containing
friends of the crew, and a large
party.the guests of the German Consul,
were aboard the tug Eleu to see
the warship off. Captain Berger and
his musicians were aboard the tug, and
made sweet music to cheer the fighting
men on their way. The band
martial music and soft and simple
tunes of the Fatherland that made
those on the vessel feel that they were
leaving loving'benrts behind, although
many thousand miles from their home
The tug accompanied the Geier to
sea, and when the pilot left the vessel
the tug and .warship saluted, and the
baud played "Aloha Oe."
TRAFFIC OF COAST PORTo.
In May, 1S99, the Pacific Coast ports
wore entered by sailing vessels from
foreign ports having an aggregate tonnage
of 49,1S9, and by steam vessels of
153.774 tons. In May, 1900, the sanfe
ports" were, visits by sail vessels from
foreign ports of 7S.0S1 tons, and by
steam vessels of 1S5.SS0 tons. The gain
of 1900 was 00,000 tons, or 30 per cent.
The gain was really greater for the
reason that Alaska was credited last
year with 12.195 tons, while there is
no report this year from that great
The foreign trade Is certainly as
great this year as it was last Every
district shows a gain this year except
Southern Oregon, the loss there being
G42 tons. Puget Sound shows the
greatest gain of all, its tonnage of May
last year aggregating 71,912, this jtvr
115,49(j. Last year San Francisco ex-
npp'jfii ,b Sound bv2S,S55 tons, this
year the Sounti -exceeded San Francisco
oy u,vm tons.
Tho clearance fitnirps trprp similar tn
me entrance ngures. une vessels departing
in May, 1S99, were of the aggregate
of 203.2S5 tons: the same for
1K0O, 257,673 tons. Nearly one-half
each year was from Puget Sound;
tons -in 1S99 and 122,626 tons in
1S00, the Sound leading San Francisco
this year by 23,730 tons, and leading
all other California and Oregon .ports
combined by S6.496 tons. Seattle
A NEW FLEET.
Captain E. E. Caino apd associates
yesterday let the contract to the Mo-ran
Bros.' Company for construction
of another 5C0.000 sailing vessel. This
is the second of a fleet of ten which
Captain Caine proposes building for
the Pacific trade. Yesterday's award
provides for a vessel of
barkentino design. The first contract
calls for a schooner, and
this craft is uearing completion. The
frames are in position- and the vessel
is being sealed. She will be Completed
and in commission about October 1.
The barlientine. it is expected, will
be ready for service late in October.
Her general dimensions are: Keel, 19G
feet; beam. 41 feet; depth of hold, 16
feet She will have a lumber carrying
capacity of 1.250,000 feet.
The schooner, which has not been
named, has already leeu chartered by
San Francisco parties. About the middle
of October she will sail for Melbourne,
Australia, with a full cargo of
lumber. From Australia she will take
Newcastle coal to the Hawaiian Islands,
there securing a cargo of sugar
for San Francisco. Returning to this
port she will bring general merchandise.
Her gross earnings, It Is esti
mates mr me entire voyage will be
.Assoeiaiea wun captain caine hs
owners of the schooner are four Seattle
men and two well-known San Francisco
shippers. The Seattle men are
C. F. Meyer, ship chandler; L. M. Newman,
grocer; J. R. Mason, marine insurance,
and E. G. McMlcken, transportation.
James Tyson and, M. Kalish
are the San Franciscans. Mr. Tyson la
a millionaire, and is one of the largest
sidy owners of the California metropolis.
Mr. Kalish is managing owner of
the Seattle-Lynn canal steamship
Humboldt and other vessels.
it is our purpose," Captain Came
said, "to complete the fleet of ten vessels
as quickly as we can have them
huilL We are ready now to sign a
contract Tor the third vessel. Evary
vessel of the fleet Is to be made strictly
first class and .modern in
The one now In course of construction
is to be as good a vessel of
that class as can be constructed, and
the others -will also be up to date' In
emy respect. There is no use build-
lag anything in the way of; marine
craft, nowadays unless it is first class.
Seattle Juae 24.
LUZON'S FLYING START.
If the schooner Luroa keeps up ,the
spwd with -which she sailed oat of the
harbor -yesterday she will Kake her
destination In steamboat iiw. Iter
-departure yesterday was oae of the
Pettiest, sights sees on the froat In
S&e left the Fishmarket wharf with
a sH brw, ami by the time thef
wterf was reached she
wras going at greater .rate of sjnI
thus a stiar rr attempts in xh
harkr. She "ras la ballast aad hlh.
cl ot the WKter. ier BwraUOais
hIlylas "rlth fregh, trtte;li
rouaded the Hghthoeae like r ykt at
TIDES. SUN AND 3COON.
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First qoarter of the moon on the 3rd
at 6:16 a. m.
K0YEXENT5 OF STEAMERS.
Steamers doe and to sail today and
for the next six day3 are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
Australia S. F. ..Aug. 1
Coptic S. F. . Inr T
3Iiowera Victoria . Aug. i
America F. . . ..Aug. 10
Alameda S. F. . Ausr. 15
City of Peking S.F. . Aug. 18
Gaelic S. F. . Aug.2S
Australia S.F. . .Aug. 25
Aoraugi Victoria . Aug. 1
Gaelic S. F. . . Aug. 4
Anbtralia S- F. . . . . ..Aug. 7
Hongkong ilaru S. F. Aug. 11
Maraposa S. F. ... . Aug. 17
China 5. F. ...' ..Aug. 21
Doric S- F. . . . ., . ". .Aug. 2b
Warrimoo Victoria. ..Aug. 2U
full speed, and with the wind well aft
raced out of the channel on her way
to the Sound.
DUST AT SEA.
Captain Hen of New London lays-to
and spins a yarn for the Day of that
port. He says that no one has yet
made out for certain where the dust
comes from which the sailors encounter
sometimes at sea. In one voyage
he made from New Bedford to San
Francisco twenty-four barrels of dust
were swept up from the desk In ninety-seven
days. Much of it must have been
carried in the air from long distances.
The captain must have sailed in close
proximity to Kihei, Island of Maui.
A writer In the London Shipping
Gazette finds fault with shipping
nomenclature. He likes not "Bays,"
"Capes," "Lakes," "Rocka," "Lanes"
and such things. He asks, would not a
passenger rather voyage in the
than in Mile End Gate; in
than thePegwell Bay? He
suggests a new system. "Call ships,"
he says, "after the great teachers and
benefactors of the human race, heroes,
sages and philosophers; and if the biographies
of these were distributed
among passengers and crews, 'with occasional
lectures on their lives,
achievements and characters, what
good work might be wrought among
all ranks and conditions of voyagers!"
Fancy the language of a tramp skipper
called upon to improve the occasion
with Julius Caesar as a text!
The Norwegian steamer Eidswold,
Captain Schlyder, from Japan, arrived
early yesterday morning. She made
the' run from Hakodate in seventeen
days, heing delayed by strong head
winds. The vessel is under charter to
M. Brandenstein of San Francisco, and
will make regular trips to this port
from the Orient The steamer has a
veiy large carrying capacity, her cargo
for this port being 3000 tons, chiefly
consisting of coal and 800,000 bricks for
Hackfeld & Cos new building. Her
general merchandise cargo consists of
over S000 packages of Oriental goods.
The vessel will go to San Francisco
Per stnir. Mikahala, for Kauai, July
30. Mrs. Arendt and two children.
Miss H. Whittington, Max Schlemmer,
Frank Wilson, G. D. Hahone, J. H. Mason
and wife, Gerald King, Mrs. C. H.
Dasher, E. Olmstead, E. L. Gedge, Rus
sell King. Mrs. J. W. Moody.
Monday, July 30.
Am. sp. Iroquois. Thompson, 21 days
from Seattle. .
Nor. S. S. Eidswold, Schlyden, from
Kobe. " -
Sunday, July 29.
Am. bktn. W. H. Dimond, Nilson, for
Am. schr. Bainbridge. Baumaa, for
the bound, In ballast.
Monday, July 30.
Stmr. Mikahala, Pedersen, for
Waimea, Kekaha, Mana and
Stmr. Keauhou, Mosher, for
Stmr. Mokolii, Napela, for Molokai
ports. , Jf '
Am. schr? Luzon, Andersen, for the
Sound,, in ballast
Stmr. Clauliihe, for Maul ports, at 5
Stmr. Kinau, for Maul and Hawaii
ports, at 12 m. -
Stmr. W. G. Hall, for Nawiliwlll.
and Eleele, at 5 p. in.
Stmr. Kauai, for Kau ports.
Stmr ilaul, for Paauhau, Knkaiau,
Ookala ,and Papaioa.
THE IROQUOIS HERE.
The' American ship Iroquois,
da-s from Seattle, arrived last
evening. She brings a large general
cargo, and-is commanded by Captain
GREEN ABOVE THE RED.
The- appearance of the Wilder
steamer ClaadlneTrould make the
blood of any loyal Englishman fairly
boIL It is all because the national
color of Erin, is flaunted above the royal
red of England. The green color "is
startling, pa her last visit here her
second nsate. Murphy by name, asked
Captain Tom Clarke, the Wilder -'
jperiateadent, what color
would be best to paint the upper part
the steamer. Kaowi&r -where Mar-
tpay asd Billy Weir, the first wate,
cae froa. Captain Clarke suggested
ligreen as an appropriate color. The Tea
sel left for Mam, aad b& her retsra
Sanday the folks oa ihewbarTiWeire
surprised and startled at her chaared I
appearaac. The bright esterald hue.
was.Tery. striking. It was everyware"
Uutt it wW b placd.aiMlitTraji waU
pet oa. too, shoving: la each sweep of
the paint brashes the love of the first
and seeoad xsate for theJooId sod.
,Ti3 a. fotne, lasting color," says
"Sbrra the day that some spalpeen
runs the paint off this boatT says
Dicker Davis has rechrlstened the
MASTER TO KEEP PASENGER
The master cf every passenger
steamer shall keep a correct list of all
.the passengers received and delivered
from, day to day. noting the places
where received and where landed,
which .record shall be open to th Inspection
of the inspectors and officers
of customs at all times; and the aggregate
numbet it rasters rs shall
be furnished to often as
called for, but oc roues nut exceeding
100 miles tfcf. niab:r of passengers,
if Jtept. shall be n.:ic!ent. R, S.,
4457. Every master c' any passenger
steamer who fails, th ough negligence
or design, to keep a list of passengers
as required by preceding section, shall
be liable to a penalty of $100. R.
The tug is miasing lots of business
these days. On Sunday the W. H.
and Bainbridge sailed out of
the harbor, and yesterday the schooner
Luzon also sailed out.
The work of removing Shag Rock,
in Sa Francisco harbor, has been
completed, and there is now thirty-seven
feet of water where the rock
Under the United States law, on"and
niter June 14, 1900, ill 'shipping receipts
must bear a 1-cent Documentary
War Tax Stamp on the original, duplicate
Shippers ''" requested to atfix the
stamps, to law, as freiga'.
cannot be received otherwise-Shipping
rcceij'ii must contain statement
of the contents of packages.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGATION
WILDEP. STEAMSHIP CO.
If you waut to rent u house.
If you want to buy a home.
If yon want to sell your Louse.
If vou want to rent vour house. -If
vou have something to auction.
it in Mm r,
Corner of Merchant and ilakea St.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
227 King St., Next to Bailey's
EXPRESS WAGONS, DRAYS, LUMBER
WAGONS a.vd DUMP
ALWAYS ON HAND.
TRUNKS, FURNITURE axd SAFES
Telephone, ... M.ux5&
IWien Buying a Vteel
Wwm BUY RIGHT,
and Always be liighC.
HONOLULU BIKE CO.
Are now prepared to transact anything
Two expert Brokers. -All work guar
anteed. . . ' ,
OFFICE With Rf C; 'X Peterson. V
RealjEataie, Stocks,-Boais, aad
Kp. ldKaahnm anu St.
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P. O.BpXSTelepboao J68'.
AT A BARGAIN.
A few fine lots (about 100x200) oa
Manoa Heights, commanding an
view over Waiklki and oeean.
Price. $1,750 to 52,030.
A beautiful corner lot (120x150), high
grounds, in beVt portion of Kilihi.
Cash, $500; balance on easy terms.
A large lot on good street in Kallhl;
are3, about 15,500 square feet: good
view. Verms e3ay.
Lots (50x100) in various parts of Ka-
llhi, Just past Kamehameha Schools, on
easy monthly Installments.
Lots (50x100) iu Xnuann tract, 25.00
down, balance in installment. of
$10.00 per month.
A valuable business site on
near Hotel streeL
One acre ground, between Llllha
street and Insane Asylum road; good
A large lot. with 109 feet frontage, on
King street at Kapalama, just past the
.- One' New Modern .Cottage, centrally
located. . "
Real Estate Agent, Merchant SL
Hair Dressing and Manicuring
Hotel. Street, next to Y. Zf: 0. A
Shampo oing and
by PHONE 343.
When You Go To WAILOKO
STOP AT THE-
House in Every Detail.!
- IdRS. G. B. ROBERTSON,
BOAT 3UXLDIJf G,
V- . SMTTHrNG,
AND, GE2vERAL REPAIR WORK.
Shop: SUMNER'S ISLAND
Phone; HW, P.OxfSS, Hoaolulu.
mm uiica roams. At
HlJ.NOLTB t r ? i ProFdetor:
Fbrt.Strtiei, Opp. SpreckriBaak.
First Class Lnnclies Served
WltETeoffee, Ssd Wter, Dlager
- AleOrnk. Og 1 ro
i-We Will Place on Sale
Ghilto's Black Rabbet Hose
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
Model Block. Corner
The Honolulu Tobaeco 0c, Ltd,
CORKER FORT AiD MERGUAiW STREETS,
This elegant CIBAR can be purchased for Fivk Cents ()m.
ft t 2. T r
Name on Every Piece."
fOU SALE BY
LEWIS & GO,,
Grocers, Sole Agents.
Ill FORT ST. TEL. 240.
Mor House Restanrant
WH.1, FOS BUS3XSS ON
May JUT 281
the cori, King and Akk Streei.
FWSTJLASS IN mXI 1ETIIL
Meak served atallboars
& & &
Fort and Beretania Streets
per Australia from NEW YORK, the worM
renowned brand of Cigars,
G1111 - - .President A- arar .i. -Clans
Spreckcls . . First
Second Vice Prei
n.Uhitaej:,Jr .. . Treas. i Sec t
Geo. W.Ross f. . Auditir,
AGENTS. FOR TIIE
Of Sn Francisco, Cat
Hawaiian navigation Co.
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and all the Kona
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port. Koloa, EleelJffiipSS?
well. Waimea and Kekaha.
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