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.Offer for Sale:
Cabe and Granulated.
PARATOE PAEJT C0::5 '
Paints, Compounds and Building
Lncol Raw and Boiled.
and Boiled.,. .
Water-proof cold-water ;i'aintv inside
and puUide; in vrhite and
AIe!c. 'Crosis' & isoni'
Scotch fertilizers, adapted for
cane and coffee.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s chemical Fertilizers
and finely ground Bauemeal
STEA3I PITE C0ArERIN&, - r -
Reed'a patent elastic sectional P'Pe
T.inon nnil .Tlltp. - -
. UMfci 1. LUIUTt JJK11.AS
' WESTERN' SUGAR KEFTN'rN'G CO.,
San Francisco, Cal
BALDWIN LOGOMOIWE W.ORKS,
' Philudelphia, Ponn4 U. S. A.
jNEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO.
(JIauf. "National Cane Shredder")
iOHLANDT & CO.
San Francisco, Cal.
;1USD0N IRON AND LOCOMOTITE
"i WORKS. San Francisco, Cal.
;faip4ipjif2a!S3fm!t5PiB3 sa-B: la Pa
Palolo Land and.
Improvement Co., Ltd.
BOOM 8, MODEL BLOCK, FORT ST
Office Hours lOto 12 A. BL
A. JT COOKE' 30SXBER
Offers for Sale or Lease
, It TRACTS of 25 to 100 ACBES
of land in Palolo Valley for buildiug,
f'2. BLOCKS of 16 BUTLDING LOTS
each 1500O square feet with streets all
laid and lots cleared.
SINGLE BUILDING LOTS in
hn valley or on tho hilj sides, 75x200
-: -1.- 5 AND 10 ACRE Lots of CLAY
.SOILS suitable, for making bricks,
J ewer pipe j flower pots, firo clajvetca
? 5.Q aoO.OOQ TONS SHIP BALLAST
sROCKS in quantities to suit, for sale
i n tho quarry or delivered in town.
6. ROCK QUARRIES ol builLug
stone for sale or lease. A pood opportunity
for contractors and now building
.firms to work or own their own
N G. CHICKEN RANCHES, MOUN-
TAINiHOMES, Etc, for sale or le&se..
S. .ROAD XETAL, ORUSHKD
JtQckPfor concrete vork ' for fealo in
qu entities tcPsuit, or 100,-000
yards. Special t s for large
quantities.-.- - .
0. OPPORT LFN1TUM for contrtfer
tnrs tn nut on SO to -10 cottacos for
Duiiuiags aru ruxiicu.
10. BEAUTIFUL SUBURBAN
PROPERTT and sites for hotel "pur
poses, three .tojaur mUef jfjbff Ea;.
office. Jbr fiblcoV lease, ob
'yei i -
Baa Frandico: -Mr. ak'd Mr.-Bo-
J--:; i" - - if -- s
r . f ;rHIiilf s' fIU
The China, From the;
Orient, Arrives Before
OFF FOR COAST THIS AFTERHOOH.
BBINGS 21AJTT PASSEKGEE3 J
ON THEIS "WAT H02EE
The BarkentLae "Wrestler
Tossed Torpedo Boats at Play
7 Shipping TarsASusy S&-T
day News Notes. ?
The China, 'from h Orient,-arrived
last night, one day ahead of schedule
time. She left Yokohama on the 11th
'and took a little, oyex nine davs to
make the trip. ' She broifght a good
many- passengers for the coast, but
onlv two for this port..
sixty-seven tons of freight for .hee
and started in tnis morning 10
coal. She will take 375 tons and it will
be late this afternoon before she ges
from this port for San
th trpeht nn the China fC"
fthi? port is aJapan&se'JSshing boat I
came with-every detail complete. In
outline it resembles! the boats duii.
here by the Japanese fishermen. In
construction it is greatly superior.
Lrhere Is-not an iron nail in its con
struction, it being fastened entirely
with wooden pegs and rivets. It is
quite1 large, being about thirty-five feet
long and six feet beam and about four
Sunday was a busy day for the Feir-less.
She took the schooner Heleue
out and then brought the ship Standard
in. She then went out and
brought in thaschooner F. S. Redfield.
In the late morning the City of
was ready for sea. She was la
Naval Row and when the time came to
move Ger il was 'found that her anchor
jind the anchor of the ship J. I .
Brown were fouled. The big shin
Hankowhad the-Fearless alongsid
and when the tug went ahead
strain on the Brown's anchor chain
parted her stern "mooring and she
started to swing onto the Hankow.
Serious pilikia was averted by Captain
Brokaw of the Fearless. He ,saw the
way things were and passed a line to
the Brown and kept the two vesscli
from lockinc burns until the Browa
could be made fast again and the Han
kow s anchor freed. It took about two
hours to get the Hankow started. Jut
the work was finally done and the big
composite vessel started for the Sound.
Pilot Macaulay sajled her out of tho
VK;TORTAr:BryC.,t,f XGsT?10. New:
was brought by .the Aorangi that th
American barkentine Wrestler had.i
tmprnir MMnn frnm hoincr xirpplvPii m
her voyage from the Ctiemanilus Mill
in Sviinov with her lumber caso. O'l
July oth fast, when off the coast.of.
traiia, sno encountereu a. sunes jl
heavj gales, lasting four days, which
caused the deck load to shift and the
Tessel Jo lie. on, hLeft beam ehTlis". Tlie
ere w had tb' heave much 'of her deck
load overboard to trim the ship. The
sp.i was liro.ikinc risrht over her. stav
ing in the cabin doors and flooding tha
cabin, damaging all the stores. It also
stove in and filled the forecastle, car
ried way.the jibtaand ail the jlb3
off off the
afer davits and started the after part
of the deck house and flooded the sail
room. Thp. water sot below and the
crew, when ihey finally reached port,
MC1C VAUaUOlvTU UJ nwii..
To add to the discomfort the frerb
water became so imnresmated with sali
that the men could not drink it. All
speak of the Wrestler as a remarkable
sea boat and say that otherwise sh?
would never have made-another port.
Kahului, Aug. IS. Arrived Aug. If,
Am sch Eureka, J. P.Schon.'.lS days
from Aberdeen Grays Harbor.
Vessels in Port Kahului Am ship
Bangalore, A. Bfanchard, from Honolulu,
July 1, to load sugar for Philadelphia.
Am sch "iing Cyrus; 0. -H- Christen,
57. days from Newcastle, with coal,
Am sch S. T. Alexander, M. A."
19 days from 'San -Francisco, with
general merchandisel Augus.t 1.
74 days from Newcastle, with coal; August
Br bk Antiope. G- W. Murray. 2-J
dajs from B. G.
Expected Aqi ship Wachusett, Captain
Lambeth, now 96 Mays from Newcastle,
Tvith coal. - , , ,
Am ship Henry Failing, 112 -days
from New York, with rails. .- -
Ani sch H. G. Watson,.lo days froi
San Francisco, with mercSandlse.
Am ship S. D.
Bay, with coal.-
Sunday, August 19.
Stmr Claudine, Macdonald, from Hawaii
and Maui? 29 :hogs, 32 sks corn.
17S taro, 226 sks potatoes and 111?
" "Stmr W: t?. Hall, 'Thompson,- frem
Nawiliwili; ioo pkgs sundries.
Sttnr aialeale. Green, from Koiox
btmr JOiKaaaia, feaersen, iiom
20 head sheep, 29 bales tvooI. 1
b.dl3lan. . . .. .
Star Kauai. Bruhc, from KaoaL '
. "V ffiSfiSf 2L
?P, M. S. S. Cblna Seabury, fron:
China: passengers and merchandise to
H. Hcckfeld &o. ?"
Per S...S. China. ,from .Tokohama.
SfcCor.xv i l
IX2ESDA AUaCSE 2i,
TTDKSi'SVK AK3 MOOJT.
. -- J T- T-? l TtA
it-' ' it
Vm 1s.a;s.2V -?
IH X3I i.t: 3 if n lyiaa.us.j: 3-
L i i J . - -run. a a.' I -(set i.
k:- i. s t?n . ..:
lrjL; - , -
New agon j?n tU? -iv otii p. m.
2IOTZ2IENTS X3T STEA3EEBS.
- Steamers doe and to- soil today and
for the-next six days sre as follows:
-'C- -T " CWim' Due.
Gaelic-S-'F:: ..." '. ....Aug:2S
- -Warrimoo :..AuV23
Victoria. w. ....Aug. 29
F., ...,Sept, 4
field and-child", Mrs.' TBlodgett. Mrs. N.
iJ; Davis, Mr. F. V. Fraser. Mr. and
Mrs: J. Goforth- and five children, Mr.
M. fl. R. Harris, Mr.'C P. Head, Capt.
G.-F. Tye, U. S. N., M-. N. ivanya, Mr.
B, 1L Leake; "Miss 11 M miners. Mrs. I.
Oakman, -Mr. and Mrs. H.'C: Perkins
and-maid, Miss' F.
A.P.vke, Miss D: A.
Blch, Mrs. J A. "Sllmmon, Dr. EI H.
Baldock. Mr J. C. Bctz. IT.-, and Mrs.
A. L. Coombs, Miss J. I. Dow, Miss H.
Galloway, MissS. JV. Godfrey. Mr T.
IlataJ ReV. arid Mrs. S." D.' Holmes and
three chifdren Mr- H. -Jensen, .Mrs.S.
M. Leake, Miss M. J. Mcintosh, Mr. G.
MIchey. Mr. E. T. Osborn and servant.
Mlls'Ferkiris.'Miss'R. Perkins, Master
Cleveland Perkins, Mr. D. w. Kicn, Mr.
S. Segawa and servant, Honolulu; Mr.
H. Schucharjl. Miss. G, Taft, Mr.
ler, Jirs. a., r. umc, , H.
nftb. j .t.v
Tv f 35 H
ROOMS OF- THE TERRITDKUUV
?1sii2pb1jcan PARTY CmTI WI THE
To Repiiblican Voters. qfJheJTerritory
of Hawaii and All oters mtenams
to Act with the Republican Party:
The following instructions are
sued by the Executive Committee:
Pre'clnctsrWith Numb'er offe Caffist
Precinct. . , . --
First Pohoiki Court House
" Hilo Court -Houser. . . r.
Third Papaikou School House. . :
.-.Fourth Hoapmu School House
Fifth Laupahoehoe Court.House
Sixth Kaohe School House t
' Cohrt Hbuse".
Eighth Kukuihaele School House
4 b w i
Court. House...... . ,
Second waimea uourt ouse
Third Kailua Court House
. .- PnMrMi HfrtlSO.
Fifth Hookena Court House.-:.;-.-
TO SAIL TODAY.
StmrKInau, Freeman, for HBo ana
way pons ai i itti
Stiar Clansiice, iTcDoEald. for ILiaiflf to rent a
SyrfhTkall, Ttoapson. for Xa-
. sc tgZX2& !
Franasco. with sugar and. tree.. i
P. M. S. S. City, of Pekin?, Smith.
for the Orient. " .
Br sh City of HankOT, Thompson,
for the Sound, In, ballast.
Monday, Augcst 20.
Stmr Nqeau. Wyman, for Lahaina.
Honobaa and Kukulhaele
Sttnr MokoliL Nanela, for Kaanapali
Stmr Mikahala. Pedersen, for Maka -
welL . . . - ,
Stmr J. A. Cummins. Searle. Koolau
ports. . . ,
Stmr Walaleale. Green, lor Kauai
Sch Blanche Ella, for Hanalei.
The Woolahra takes ballast fcr
stiffening today. j
Tho thanks of The Republican are
due Purser Jerome of the China for
The China has a very valuable cargo
for San Francisco. It consists principally
of silk and tea.
"The W.H. Bowdea finished discharging
this afternoon. Her. place at the
railroad-wharf -will "by the
J. F. Brown.
So far but one damaged barrel of
cement has been taken from the Dun-,
reggan. It will take about ten days
longer to discharge her.
The China was delayed on entering
the harbor last evening by the breaking
of her rudder chain. It took
about half an hour to repair the break
The following were admitted to citizenship
yesterday by United States
District Judge Estee: M. A. Eego and
Joseph P. Dias, Portugal; Robert F.
The number of delegates from each
Precinct to the District Committee
shall be three times the number which
each Preclna. r.as entitled to at the
Primary Ele ti;n held May, 1900, according
to the f j.lowing statement:
Precincts with number of votes cast
at last election and number of delegates
to District Committee.
Election; and Kumbsr of Delegates to District,
otes. 1900. 1900.
.-.-.-..-.-?:.--..-. la o
-......;:....- r.239 21
.-.-.. . -..-....-:.-... SG 6
- 22 1 3
-39 1- 3
,..;,-..,.-, : ,.,.,,.-.-
-.......-...-.-.. r . . 42 1 3
:.... r... 11- 1 3
DISTRICT.- - Delegates.
.Totes. 1900.. 1900.
..J10 -... 3- 9
.15 .1 3
,51 1 3
...9; 3 . 9
52 i.'. 3
- 66 ,2 6
r 26 1 3
DISTRICT. ' Delegates.
..... Votes. 1900. 1900.
.......; :. ..1 1 3
... . ... ...... ... . 12 1 3
v. ......... . ... ..'... . 42 1 3
12, 1 3
."...: .46 i 3
.,..., '' 11 l 3
.'. 4 1 3
, .' 15 i" 3
House..... '. .107 3 9
:...." '32 1 3
, " 50 1 3
!: .1 . 1 '3
- - - ote5 1900. . 1900.
19 1 3
r...rj.v... .v.-;... .'"65 ' 2. 6
grd.""Nuuanu ave..:.. -15 - 1 3
.'. . :. ."..-, ..... .-. .-. 40 . 1 3
: r .-...-.. 3S 1 3
Boom .- ,..,.:;, 37 1 3
.v...-...:.-....- '.6 1 3
- - 'Votes. 1900. 1900.
. . . . . . 37 1. 3
. -. 10 JL- 3
. .- ". 13 1-1 3
-. - ". 10' 3
....'.." 23 ". 1-" :z
........ 29 - - 1 3
:..... 3S ' 1 '3
Kalihl. -24 1 3
.-. '29 i 3
.". l 3
DISTRICT. - Delegates.
. Votes. 1900. 1900.
10' 1 - 3
'103 3' ' 9
19 1 3
w 4- 1 3
."....' 12 1
' TERRITORIAL CONVENTION.
Th Territorial Convention- for the
6th adoption of a platform, the nomination
or delegate to congress and the election
of a Territorial Central'Committea
will be held on" Thursday and Friday.
SeDteaiSiFsO and 21, 1900. -
After teld convention' and on or pa-fore
the Irst day of October, 1900, the
. District Committee shall meet for the
purpose of nominating Senators and
Representatives from their respective
districts. Yours Tery respectfully,
J "W SMITH.
Chairman RepuhMcan Territorial Cen
38 Secretary- Republican Ifii Jpril. Ca
Sixth W.ajohinuCourt House
"'"Seventh Paha'larScbool House
, . .... THIRD
" "'First St'fire 'House.'...
Second Pukoo Court House ".
-. - House
Fourth Honokonau School House
Fifth Wailuku Court House
"Sixth Kahului Court House
.. -Seventh Honuaula Court-House
Eighth Maka'wao Court House
Ninth Hamakuapoko School
Tenth Klpahulu School Housed
Twelf th-Keanae School House
Second Beretania St School .House.
Third Bldg. entr. lower reservoir
'Fourth Royal . .-.-. r. . "
Fifth Kapuaiwa Building r:
A , of Commerce
Seventh WaTmanalo School -House..
.. .- FIFTH
" v First Kaheohe 'Court House. .'....,
Second Koolauloa Court House. .'
Third Waialua Court House.
Fourth Waianae Court House.
"Hflli R. R. "Station Ewa Plantation.
Sixth Ewa Court House ....'.
.. -Seventh Reform School .....-;
Eighth Haw. Tram. Co.'s bide..
Ninth Ivauluwela School House.
Tenth Kfluluwera Schobl'House
- -- - "
House 1. Nlihau...
Second Kekaha School House...
. Third Waimea Court House.
Fourth Hanapepe School House.
Fifth Koloa Court House
Sixth ElHue GourVHouse".
Seventh Kapaa Court House....
- Kigqtn Kilauea ischool House. . .
Ninth- Court House...
- DISTRICT COMMITTEE:
The District Committees shall meet
and 7th of September, 1950, and elect
the .following officers President, Vice
Pxesldentf Secretary Trasarer and
such ether officers and
as thev shall he estltlnd tn.
Number)? delegates to the Territorr
UtJavenHon: t .. "
F"; A31. . ?J, ?
Secoad District ... .4 ...... .
m n . ss.?a ss 3a is r sj a
, , '
If yoa to buy a home.
EroaTnuTt to ali2?unr house.
If you to rent yourouse.
Kio g ua t
Will T Yfinhin
Goner of Merchant' and Slai'ea Sts.
J. ALFRED MAGOON, Attorney at
T.mr Removed to Magoon Building,
comer Alakea and Merchant Streets,
Up stairs, Suites 1-2-3 & i. 37-lm
Hardware Co., Ltd.
Importers ana Dealers In
2, 3 and 4 Light Chandeliers and
Metal and Glass Lamps,
Faints Oils and Varnishes,
Lard oil, Cvlinderoil, Dynamo oils, etc.
- Powder, Shot and Caps, Agricultural
House Furnishing Goods, Etc.
Silver Plated Ware of all descriptions,
-Table- Gutlery, etc
Plantation Supplies ol
Hart's Patent ' Duplex" Die Stock or
Pipe and Bolt Gutting: Rubber
Hose, plain or wire bound, eto.
-- 1UIS ABIUIUIUI,
Made of steel and will last longer and
mvn better satislaction than any
Orders from tho other Islands solicited
and promptly filled.
Qreat lemoval Sals of Fine Millinery
. ODK. ENTIRE STOCK OP
New Goods of the. Latest .Styles,
. Must be sold by Sept. 1st.
Prices Positively Below Cost, 3
. Come t. early and secure theHbesrassorTinlmL" """""
MRS. A. V.
- BY THE -BARKS ' C. PFLUGER" AND "M.-E. WATSON."
We Have Received a Large Assortment of
Crosse & Black we!!
BICARBONATE OF SODA,
- WASH SODA,
CORRUGATED IRON, RIDGING, 'Etc.,, anal
. ,. FTREBRICKS, CARBOLINIUM. STOCKHOLM
" TAR, BUCKETS,
, " . SAUCEPANS.
H. tiACEPELD (JO., LTD.
FRED HARBMlW. E BIVEHS
I .gostractor and
. . Jeweler 4 "e- iU AND
.1- r, CT
StV. O SJMV -" - -;- -
I P.O. Box 1020
ALL KINDS OF
florae Furnishing Goods
i Plantation Orders Solicited ar Living
! 639 KlXG STREET,
! Lincoln Block. Telephone 778.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
108 KING STREET. ,
l G. J. WALLEB, - - - Manager,
! "Wholesale and Retail
Hawaiian Ballastiug Co.
NO. 16, QUEEN ST.
H. I. VAN9i
Curbing, Blaok and- -
Soil of all Description foi
$srs,T)ra3'S for Hire.
DB. W. I BALBflim
' Cornhb Beketanu and Alakea Sts.
, QFFICP to 10 a. m., 2 to
: ' -1 p. L,arul 7toSv. M.
SUA 'DA YSV to 10 A. iu 7 to 8. p. .ii
""I 11 1 ImJ"
TElKETTL'ES Etb . T ' 5 1
THp Most ScTrinifc W
Question of, the. Day.,
UKVIUU Cat LQ91.
The charms of new Honolulu Belle
Which aronsedjnany from their slumber;
V'v. - ' ' .
Haa come to stay and continue the!
Excellent work for the greatest number.
Men who haven't triel or cnnMnnitnii
Can Be "reasaufea by any flrstclasa,
" "", uuuuimu jeue.
- fc ,-s l 1
i X -. S" J-
1 vM&VH. iM 5t "1-.i- -
Mzstzd -L." ... -J?-
Real Esjaia, -.
Stocks & Bonds,
;fc i f rrrsotEZ
.0 FOR SALE.
A splendid house and large, beautiful
lot at WalkikI, having a
on the beach' In the very heart of
the best bathing district This property
Is offered at a bargain for a short
time only." For full particulars call at
Leasehold, 18 paying
20 net on selling price, a
' FOR SALE.
A-'Jarge piece of
in Chinatown very cheap.
v ,AJbeautii;ul Iipie 3fakiki,
lot 75x120; only $8500.00, mi
Lots and houses and iot
in all part of Honolulu.
A'T A BARGAIN,
z.f ti t
A few fine Iota fnhnnt nr
Manoa Helehts. commanding nn unnnr
alelled view over WalkikI and ocean
Price. ;i.750 to $2,000.
A beautlfuf corner lot (120x150). hlgl
grounds, In beat portion of Kalihl
Cash. 5600; balance on easy terms.
A large lot on good street In Kallh!
area, about 15,500 square feet; goo
view, '.erms easy.
.--,-. . ,,
Lots (50x100) In various Darts of Kn
llhl, juat past Kaiuehr.meha Schools, o
v cuujf Luuuuiii laauuiiaencs.
I , Lqts CoOxlOO) in Nuunnu tract, $2Zj
aowu, oaiance 12 instalaneats
?I0iX per month.
i - . . r
Alvaluable bualnejB on-Maun:
kea,lnear Hotel street
if . M U
One acre ground, between Iillh
street and Insane Asylum road, got
j. laifec ji, wjia irontage c
Xins str.eet'dtKapalama. just past til
" ' "Apply tO"
AmmU V tctkut it.