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STEAM PrPE COVEPlXa,
Heed's patent elastic sectional pipe
Covering.
FILTER. PRESSXLOTHS,
Linen and Jute.
CEMEXT, LIME & BRICKS
Agents For
WESTERN SUGAR HE FINING CO.,
San Francisco, Cnl
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS.
Philadelphia, Pemi., O. S. A.
NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO.,
(Muuf. "National Cane Shredder")
New York. U. S. A.
RISDON IRON
WORKS.
San Fnmcisco, Cal.
AND LOCOMOTIVE
San Francisco, Cal.
13 Pa Pj M Pa K2 Rj &4 ra a ei p rj
Palolo Land and
Improvement Co., Ltd.
ROOM 8, MODEL BLOCK, FORT ST
OlHca Houra 10"to 12 A. M.
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A. F. COOKE MiYAGElt
Offers for Sale or Lease
1. TRACTS of 25 to 100 ACRES
of laud iu Palolo Valley for building,
' irmiiiff or toek ruisintr.
2. BLOCKS of IU BUILDING LOTS
each 1500(1 squaro feel with streets all
laid and lota cleared. -
3. SINGLE BUILDING LOTS iu
the valley or on tho hill sides, 75x200
and IPOxloO.
4. 5 AND 10 ACRE Lots of CLAY
SOILS Miitabto for making bricks,
sewer pipe. Bower pots, tiro clay, etco
6.1! o.0,O00 TONS SHIP BALLAST
ItOCKS iu quantitiesto suit, for salo
in the quarry or delivered iu town.
. ROCK QUARRIES of build.ng
stone for sale or leae. A good oppor
tunity for contractors and uew building-
firms to work or own their own
quarry.
7. Land suitable for
CHICKEN
HOMES, Etc., for sale or lease.
8. ROAD METAL, CRUSHED
SOCK for concrete work for sale iu
quantities to euity the yard or 100,-
000 yards. Special rates for largo
quantities.
9. OFPOMUMTTIE for contractors
to put up So to 40 cottages for rental
and for a buss line to run as soon w
buildings are rented.
10. BEAUTIFUL SUBUMAX
MfcOPERTT and sites for liotel purposes,
thisse to four mllof the
for aalfe or lea ou favorable
lvfisa.
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THE HONOLULU rJOPUBLICAX. TC&5ESDAY. AUGUST 1. 19&.
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Offer for Sale:
REFINED SUGARS.
Cube and Granulated.
PARATOEJAIXT COS
Paints, Compounds and Building
Papers.
PA1H OILS,
Lueol P.aw and Boiled.
Linseed Raw and Boiled.
JXDUIilXE.
Water-proof cold-water 'Paint, in-bide
and outside; iu white aud
colors-
FERTILIZERS
Alex. Grots Jfc Sons high-grade
Scotch fertilizer!-, adapted
cane and eolfce.
JS". Ohlaudt & Co.'s chemical Fertilizers
and tlucly ground Bonemeal.
THE'
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Tlie Quarantine Wharf
May Go to the New
Steamer Co.
H017 IT WILL BE MADE USEFUL
CAPTAIN' SON AE-
RTVES IN THE SHIP
J. F. BBOWN.
Pilit Macaulay'a Salvage The Maui
Has a Bough Trip Gasoline
Schooner Busy-Wharf
XewB.
There is an effort being made on the
part of the steamship
line to nare the government set
ajiioo the quarantine wharf for their
use during the sugar season. It is desire
I to have the wharf for the use of
the at all times if possible,
but .f this is found to be contrary to
the .riches of the board of public works
the ompany will be satisfied with its
ute during the rush. The output of
the ilantatioiu? has increased to a great
ejctc.it, while the facilities for handling
it a.e the same as heretofore. This
seawn the handling of the sugar Ta
hampered by the quarantine
iatious imposed during the late
vibii.ition of the plugue, aud the steamers
. ere delayed by not being allowed
to o to the wharfs and discharge.
Unl lading in the stream has been
found to be a most costly undertaking
by the two local steamer companies,
and where if a vessel has been enabled
to .'ischarge along side a wharf she
mii jt have done her work in less than
hall the time it took her to do it discharging
directly into a ship.
Tne steamers of the new line are
such very large vessels that they cannot
isork as they are intended to do at
auy other place excepting the Oceanic
or 1 .icilic Mail wharfs. At these w harts
the, would be liable to interruption by
the arrival of the mail steamers and so
would be greatly hampered with their
woi'. The delay of one or two days
w'll mean a great deal of money to the
company operating the steamers taking
sug.tr around the Horn, aud it is to
obviate all this delay and the expense
utt idant thereon that the eirort to
haw the quarantine wharf set aside
for the use of the lino is being made.
Messrs. Standi and Buruham were
con tilting with Superintendent Mc-Candless
yesterday and set their
t before him. The matter, will be
up on the return of Govern r
Dol , aud the proposition of the company
looked into.
Shipping men locally interested have
givi n the matter a good deal of thought,
and are disposed to look upon the proposition
of tho American-Hawaiian line
witn favor, as it will mean that -the'
steamers of the inter-island tleets will
not bo tied up as they have been. A
steamer arriving here with sugar for
the East could discharge it at the
wharf, where it could be stored awaiting
the arrival of tho big sugar steamer.
As Soon as the small steamer has dis
charged shejvill be able to load and
get away on her regular run. The
warehouse on the wharf is capable of
holding a great many thousand bags of
Mignr, and us it is now it is seldom, if
ever, used. The wharf was built as a
quarantine wharf, and since tho need
of it as such has disappeared it lays
idle.
THE GASOLINE LINE.
The gasoline schooner Surprise arrived
from Kona last night with a full
car&o. The Kona people are co-operating
with the Hawaiian Navigation Co.
in a great way and the boats are having
to refuse freight, as so much is offered
that there Is not accommodation
for It all.
The Eclipse, which was to have left
for Kona at five" o'clock last evening,
was delayed on account of the
pump, which could not be loaded
on board by sailing time. So much
freight for Kauai was on hand at sailing
time that the vessel's departure was
postponed until 2 p. m. today.
SHIP J. B. BROWN.
The xVmerican ship J. B. Brown arrived
last evening. 55 days from Newcastle.
The captain of the Brown is a
son of Qld Captain Knight of the
which recently arrived here
from the Colonies. Up to the time
young Captain Knight gbtt the Brown
he sailed with his father as mate. On
the voyage the captain's wife took
sick and nearly died, but about a week
ago had sufficiently recovered to sit up.
The lady is now out of danger and on
the fair way to recovery. Several of
the sailors were also under the weather
during the voyage. The Brown was
met off Koko Head by the tug Fearless
and brought into porL. She was moored
in Naval Row to await her turn at
the wharf.
MONSTER LIGHT SHIP.
Cape Hatteras is to be marked, for
the benefit of mariners with the largest
steam-propelled and electric-lighted
lightship in the world. The vessel Is
now being built. It will be 112 feet 'n
length, 2S feet 6 inches in beam and
have a depth of 14 feet 10 Inches. It
will have three electric lights clustered
at the head of each of its two masts 09
feet above the water line. These
lights will each be 100 candle power
100-volt lamps and will be controlled
by an automatic flashing device. 'The
Interior of the vessel will also be lighted
by SOO 16-candle power
lamps.
PORT CHARGES.
Talk Is heard of protesting to Washington
against some of the port charges
made here under the Hawaiian laws.
The .charges that the captalas of Teasels
complain of are the fees for lights
and buoys. Under the Hawaiian law-
there is levied upon all vessels
from abroad at any port of these
Islands where a lighthouse may be established,
the sum of three dollars,
which shall be paid before departure to
the collector of customs; and all vessels
engaged la the co&stlag trade shall
pay tea ceata per ton aa light soaey,
In consideration of which they shall be
entitled ts visit all porta where light
houses may he eeiablUhed, (or the term
at oae year, without charge.-
In 1884 CoagTOC rcpcsJsd aM lava
which prorkM (or a part otarm (or
UfhU or Mots. Tk UBttM
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TIDES, STTJT AKD MOQ2T.
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PHILIPPINE TARIFF.
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Last quarter of the moon on the 17t
at 1:16 a.m.
M0VE2CENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers doe and to sail today ant
for the next six days ars a follows:
ARRIVE.
Steamers. From. Due.
Alameda S-F. . .. Aug.l
City of Peking S.F. . . Aug.le
Gaelic S.F. Aug.-
Australia S.F. Aug. 2
Hongkong Mara S.F.. Sept. .
DEPART.
Maraposa S.F. .. . Aug.l
China S.F.
Doric S.F. . ... Aug-,2-
Warrimoo Victoria Aug. U
Australia S. F. . . Sept.
Diiiioxo He.vd August 14. Weather
clear, wind light East.
government took upon Itself the maintenance
of the lighthouses and buoys.
In the Hawaiian Islands bill there iis
no mention made of port charges in
the Islands, nor was any provision
made for keeping up the lighthouses
or buoys In Hawaiian waters. Until
such time as Uncle Sam comes here to
take charge of them, they must be
kept up. It would appear that the only
way to keep the service going Is to
charge forJt, as provided by the Hawaiian
laws, until some other arrangement
Is made.
DUNREGGAN'S INSURANCE.
Ever since the Dunreggan went on
the ree at Diamond Head the sailors
and ship' masters of the city have been
cudgeling their brains to try and ar-
rive at a solution of how the vessel
went on In broad daylight. J
Charley Peterson, the lookout ,
Diamond Head, says he saw the vess I
coming and she did not change her .
course until she struck., j
The vessel went aground not over ,
half a mile from thebea'h line. Th
captain claims he s'truck when tw !
miles from shore. If he can substantiate
this statement it will be hard fc
him to tell how, after striking tw
miles from shore, he was at least i
mile and a half nearer the shore when
he refused the first aid offered by th
Eleu.
The insurance people are very anxious
to have a full explanation of tiK
predicament Into which the vessel sailed
before they will pay the insurance
A searching Investigation is to be made
as is in all cases necessary where an
English vessel gets into difficulty.
MACAULEY'S SALVAGE.
Pilot Macauley. who was in charge nf
the tugleu on the day the Dunreggan
was pulled off the rocks, has the fo1
lowing good story to tell on himself:
It was understood that the govern
ment tug was going to put in a claiir
against the Dunreggan for
salvage. This being the case, Mr
thought as he commanded the tug r
the time that the vessel was pulled ini
deep water, he had a claim also. H '
claim, in his opinion, was against th
Eleu, however. He went to se t?
superintendent of public works abc
it and stated his posltton. He was to'
that it had been decided not to put
a claim for salvage, but that soni
charge for towing would be made
Macauley asked the superintendent If
he would get any remuneration for hts
time and work on the tug. and thr
head of the department replied "Yes
you will get the captain's salary."
This pleased Pilot Macauley, who left
for the pilot office in a very happy
frame of mind.
As most people will do under the circumstances,
Mac started in to figure
up what was coming to him.
"The captain of the tug gets 5150
a month; that is ?5 a day. Now I
worked just two hours." He got his pen
cil and a piece of paper and went out
on the porch of the pilot office where
he could figurq in the cool air. This
was the result: "One hundred and fifty
a month Is five a day; there are
hours in a day. At five a day
that would be twenty ce,nts an hour,
and two hours' work would be well
111 be eternally dodrobbed if two hours'
work won't amount to forty cents."
Just then Captain Sheppards and
came along and informed Macauley
that he couldn't collect the forty cents
anyhow, as he would be receiving two
salaries from the government, and that
was against all law, and especially
against section G of the sea-wall.
WASHINGton. Aug. 1. It is stated at
the War Department that some com
plaints have been received from Sa-Francisco
merchants and shippers r
the new Philippine tariff, a. '
that such complaints are referred
to the authorities in Manila for
and correction. Officials here
say there is no doubt that some tecV
nical faults exist in the tariff, but the
otther countries are entitled to
same tariff rates as the United States,
but there Is a movement oa foot to reduce
the rates on all goods which are
manufactured In the United Staters
and with which other nations do not
compete. This will give the United
States large advantages In the Philippines.
While the Manila board Is acting
cpon suggestions from Washington
It will be gOTeraed largely by the necessities
of the i&laads in refraining
tariff regulations.
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SK1FPDCG NOTES.
The Claadine towed the schooner I
GoltTpB Gafo to spa lust Vfn?nt ;
3glng her ganrsay. Tie Haul bronght
utct 22,03 bags of sagar for W. G.
Irwin & Col. T. H. Darfes fc Col and
Hackfeld t Co,
The steamer Xlkahsla caaae off the
marine railway yesterday, looking sple
d sp&i.
The Klcan left oa ter regular time
esterdav. She had a. big cargo and
many passengers.
The barkentlne Newsboy was put on
the marine railway to be scraped and
painted yesterday.
The bark Andre- TTelch will move
from the Pacific Mall wharf to Brewer's
I wharf this morning
; The launch of the V S. S. Iroquois is
i again in It Is moored
J along side the Tessel :n XaTal Row.
Young Bill Williams son of old Bill
j Williams, of the llg'iiouse Island, Is
; empioyea as Doatswriia ior me naroor
! master and his assls.nts.
! The little locomo re brought here
, by the Albert for it California Construction
Company as been put to
work at the new navy docks.
The Mauna Loa, T th a very large
j number of passenges and all the
! ?releht she could ca -. got away for
Knna and Kau ports about 11 o'clock
yesterday.
Ewa plantation is to have an odorless
excavator of the newest design
It arrived on the Andrew Welch and
will be shipped to the plantation as
soon as possible.
The schooner Kaukiole went aground
In the channel last evening on her way
Llnto the harbor. A line was run to tne
buoy on the opposltet side of the channel
and she got herself ofT without assistance.
Captain San Thompson left on the
Mauna Loa yesterday for a visit to
Kailua. Captain Gregory took the W.
G. Hall to Kauai. He will have command
of the Kauai liner until the return
to duty -of Captain Thompson.
Four new sugar boats were brought
here for the Inter-Island Company by
the Andrew Welch. The shops of the
company are so over crowded with
work that the boats, which were badly
needed, were ordered from Kneass of
San Francisco.
ARRIVALS.
Tuesday, August 11.
Am bkt Amelia, W:'ler, 25 days from
Port Blakely; 510,000 ft lumber to Aden
& Robinson.
Am bk Andrew V""'ci, Drew,
San Francisco; cargi it general merchandise
to C. Brew- & Cj.
Str Maul, Parker, x om Hawaii ports;
12.7S4 bags sugar.
Gas sch Surprise Townsend, from
Kona and Kau port?
Am sh J. F. Brown Knight, 55 days
from Newcastle; coal to order.
DEPARTURES.
Tusslav, August 14.
Str Mauna Loa, S!Terson, for
Maalaea, Kona and Kau.
Str Kinau, Freenvi, For Hilo and
way ports.
Str Upolu, Dalton, tor Honoipu and
Kona ports.
Str Kilauea Hou, McVIHsier, for Oiaa.
Str W. G. Hall, Gregory, for Kauai
ports.
Sch Golden Gate, Fahia, for Maui and
Molokai.
Str Claudlne, MacDonald, for Maui
ports.
PASSENGERS DEPARTED.
For Maul and Hawaii port3, per &tr
Mauna Loa, August "M. Mrs. K.
Miss Lizzie C. W. Dickey,
wife and maid, F f. P. Waterhouse,
wife, child and mail A Kid3, Franz
Bertlemann, F. Lycm, W. K. Baugh,
A. Kukerman, R. W'srmn, R. L.
F. Gonvela, F. lT Harselden, W.
Hayselden, Matt Mcown, wife and
, children. Mr. Robin a S. Farton, Ja
j Cowan, wife and 4 c
Thompson, wife anr
Miss Minnie Ryle, ..
' D'Shaugnessy, Mrs.
hua, Charles Shaw
William Waiamau.
Ewa, Plantation C tr ctn .. .. .
Kacuku Plantation 6r cent ...
OahaKaUyIjndO,fic.
The Maul arrive? fmrn nll nnris C2S dry COOdS
"Mren, Captain S.
"hlld, Mrs. Ryle,
P. Boiler, M. M.
Thomas
Miss Waiamau,
'"a Waiman.
For Maul and Ha ' ill ports, per str
Kinau. August 14. Miss H. NIshlmura,
J. Pletts, Ti. Hobbs, W. W. Cross, Wa
Chong and wife, F. P. Rosecrans, wife
and child, A. F. Under, Dr. Walter
Maxwell, H. A. GIbbs. L. Like, J. KaiK
William J. Rlckard, W. Pfontenhauser,
J. Kakainai, T. Man Chong, Tong Poy,
Chung Lung, F. S. Dodge. J. F. Brown,
Mrs. C. R. Gracier, Joe Moertens, W. E.
Devereux, Miss E. May, Mrs. Dreier,
Bros. Lawrence and Charles, J. Bow-den,
F. J. Cross, Rev. B. L. Howe, J.
M. Smith. Wray Taylor. E. W. Husted,
F. W. Grimwood, J. L. Wheeler and
wife, Mr. Bell, A. Zuckeman, W. G.
Hymann, S. S. Beck, Miss S. Green, C.
H. Brown, George W. Stadler, Mrs. E.
L. Duvanchelle, Miss May Rellly, Dr.
Herbert, W. M. McQuaid and Miss
Vestal.
For Maul ports, per str laudlne,
August 14. B. B, Banning. T. R, Robinson,
Miss A. I. Forbgs, W. Jr Forbes,
Miss Massey, Chong Hmg, Cnong Took,
Chong, Monn, H. H. Petterson, Hoo
You and son. Mrs. S. Kalama. Walter
Kinder, C. W. Baldwin, Miss Hart, Miss
von Nostrand. Miss Thomas, M. G.
Anjo. Mrs. S. Vasconcellos and 2 children
and C. de Lima.
HONOLULU STOCS: EXCHANGE.
Wnr nonirtmnnf xHll nnl m" Ookata Surar CV.
HOSOUJLC, Tu. vlay, Aug. 14. 1900.
BU Aakcl
Kara Plantation Corapan? I. ... S6V
H&vr&lt&n Sugar Compam 310 21?
Houomu Sural Oompnn .... ...... ICO 1
unbdk&aSuearConipnm W 37
Kohuku Plantation Com -ay 3D
Klhel Plantation Co. Ud .s3 HK 13 J
Klpanulu SagarCopirnt --- HO
Kona Sugar Company . . 3
Mc3rTUeSusarOix.Lta. 4f
O&haSajnrOo UTS
make corrections here without sufficient o&lcTriu.fuD""'
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Miunieuge oi ine exisung uiowaiu tympany.... .
In the Philippines. At present there SJfS:?,0 ,
is a board of officers In the Philippine SS3EL xicXrMcU w
making a thorough examination of the'UokaSajwrOa
tariff, and it is expected that a revision ' waSSMU?orromp3aT " "" 1W
will be recommended by this board
which will correct the technical Ir- Sua ocote Co r.
regularities as well as make changes gtf$:r:.
in the interest of American shippers. People' in a Betriz. o
under the peace treaty Spain and all i HM,. nP.XDS . .
ww i naTOu&Ducv.arreeB$
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NOTICE.
A reward will be t iea by the
(or the retn'r of or (or
matlon leadlag to t recovery o( oca
r4P.L Co.. Ko.
. . " - r r, ,. . ., . .. -. .
yesterday afternoon after a very xoash ". a. wb in wwj
trjp, la Croatia the channel a heavy t .Wtlr4'ii aad 12th days
a struck the stMser oe tS ort aid. Jwy. Wt-
vaafalpplac ooThr boats a WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Ltd. I
W. E. BITERS,
RmI Estate,
Sticks ft Binds.
OFFICE CORNER KING
AND BETHEL STREETS
FOR SALE.
A splendid house and large, beautiful
lot at Waikikl. having a frontage
oa the beach la the very heart of
the beat bathing district This property
la offered at a bargain for a short
time only. For full particulars call at
my office.
FOR SALE.
,4
Leasehold, 18 years,paying
zu6 net on selling price
first class investment.
FOR SALE.
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A large piece of property
in Chinatown very cheap.
FOR SALE.
A beautiful home, Makiki,
lot 75x120, only $3500.00, on
easy terms, a snap.
IS'pC'
FOR SALE.
Lots and houses -and lots
in all part ofHonolulu.
LOTS AT
KEWALO
AT A BARGAIN.
FOR SALE.
A (ew fine lota (about 100x200) on
Manoa Heights, commanding an
view over Waikikl and ocean.
Price. 11,750 to 2.000.
A beautiful corner lot (120x150), higi
grounds. In best porUon of Kalihl
Cash, 600; balance on easy terms.
A large lot on good street in Kalihl -area,
about 15,500 square feet; goo'
view, 'lerms easy.
Lots. (50x100) In varlona narta of K'
Ilhi, jusrpast Kasaehameha Schools, on
easy monthly Installments.
Lota (50x100) In Nauann tract, 25X
down, balance in installments of
$10.00 per month.
Apy to
FOR LEASE.
A Taluable buslaesa site on
kea. near Hotel street.
One acre grand, between Llil&a
street and Insane Asylum road; good
residence sites.
A large lot. with 1W feet froatage, on
Kins street at sTssaTaiM, Jest fast the
rice leld.
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J, H,SCHNACK
Gnat Rsjnoval Sale of Fine Millinery
0"
-OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
New Goods of the Latest Styles,
Must be sold by Sept. 1st
Prkes Positively Below Cost
Come earlv and secure- the best assortment.
MRS. A. V. NAPTHALY
ITove Building.
The
.
Port. Street.
Orpheum Hotel
after undergoing a Thorough Renovation- is
Now Open and will "be conducted as a
FIRST CL45S HOTEL
American and European
w
TPLE W HOT!
Plan.
MODERATE RATES,
A Weli-Conducted Cafe is run in
Connection with the Hotel.
MEAL. SERVED
m oiiTi
LIQUID REFRESHMENTS
FURNISHED TO GUESTS,
BY THE BiltKS -J. C. AND kJ. E. WATSOX."
We Have Received a Large Assortment o
Morton's and
Crosse & Blackwell
GROCERIES.
BICARBONATE OF SODA,
WASH SODA,
CAUSTIC SODA.
PAINTS and OILS
wmutrATu litUiN, KlUUING, Etc., CEMENT
FIREBRICKS, CARBOLINIOM, STOCKHOLM
TAR, BUCKETS, TUBS, TINPLATES
' .
SAUCEPANS, TEAKETTLES, Etc
H. Hackfeld ft Co., Ltd.
11 1 l CM -n
lilnwiitntiA ni 1 An H :.. . . Tk
and pillows comnlete. Sn.
100 best quality high beds, ST.
50 White Enameled iron beds. 36 ud
SaIeaaUsfaeLa0up,
500 Pillows, from 25c up: feather pillows
75c.
Wheeler k Wilson Sewinsr
ongauy, oaea itztw
Hschine,
lWW(
and
ruiuiuuc m yi n iuinsro rrices
150 Double b3t 4K -.. , -".o uic UKUent
-'- Ui4HS
T-1 .
rheftois?kpieces'3traight from
Mattreasea of every description, wool
Ea'gi5 pa, lanterns, crockery
JiBware, haraware, etc., a le thsr
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