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Offer for Sale:
Cabo and Granulated.
PARAFIXE PAINT COS
Paints, Compounds and Building
Lncol Eaw and Boiled.
Linseed Raw and Boiled.
Water-proof cold-water "Paint,
and outside; in white and
Alex. Cros &. Sons' high-grade
Scotch fertilizers, adapted for
par cane and coffee.
X. Ohhiudt -It Co.'a chemical Fertilizers
and finely ground Bonemeal.
STEAM PIPE COVERING,
Reed's patent elastic sectional pipe
FILTER, PRESS CLOTHS.
Linen and Jute.
CEMENT, LIME '& BRICKS
WESTERN SUGAR REFINING CO.
Sau Francisco, Cal
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS.
Philadelphia, Penn. U. S. A.
NEWELL UNIVERSAL JIILL CO.
(Mauf. -National C.mo Shredder")
New York. U.S. A.
OHLANDT & CO.,
San Franeisco, Cal.
RISDON IRON AND LOCOMOTIVE
WORKS. San Francisco, Cal.
Palolo Land and
Improvement Co., Ltd.
BOOM 8, MODEL BLOCK, PORT ST
Office Hours 10;to 12 A. M.
A. F. COOKE MANAGER
Offers for Sale or Lease
1. TBATS of 25 to 100 ACRES
of land in Palolo Valley for building:,
farming or ttock raisin?.
2. BLOCKS of 16 BUILDING LOTS
each 13000 square feet with streets all
laid and lots cleared.
3. SINGLE BUILDING LOTS iu
the ralley or on the hill Mdes, 75x200
A. 6 AND 10 ACBE Lots of CLAY
SOILS suitable for making: bricks,
ewer pipe, flower pots, fire clay, etc a
5.ryo0,000 TONS SHIP BALLAST
ROCKS in quantities to suit, for sale
In the quarry or delivered in town.
G. ROCK QUARRIES of builcLnj:
stone for sale or lease. A pood opportunity
for contractors and new building
firms to work or own their own
7. Land suitable for S3CALLFAR3C -
G, CHICKEN RANCHES, MOUNTAIN
HOMES, Itctorsalo or lease.
S. ROAD XSTAL, CRUSHXD
SOCK for concrete work for sale in
quantities to suit, by tho yard or 100,-000
yards. Specie' ntea for large
x. OPPOXTtnriTIXS for contractors
to put up SO to 40 cottapeti for ra
tal and for a. buss line to run as soon rs
buildings are rented.
10. BEAUTIFUL SUBUKBAN
VBOPXSTT aud bites for hotel pur
pose, three- to four miles of the 'T,
for mie or Kwos !wU
WATER FROM.! ?lljlpfi!li
f zLU. s f 1
The Pilots to be Located
MANY PEOPLE LEAVE ON THE CHINA.
CANARY BIRDS THE CAUSE OF
S03IE REAL STRONG
Mauna Loa's Report Big Catch cf . '
kWhales in Japan Steamers
OS" For Island 5
Yesterday was a busy day along the
wharves. The Manna Loa got Ir
bright and early in the morning frcu
Kona and Kau ports. She brought l'ev
passengers, but a full cargo of sugar.
The usual large crowd was out u
see the departure of the Kinau. Sh
got away fjom her old wharf exactl
on time. She took many passenger
from here going to the other islands on
business and pleasure.
The Claudlne and V.'. G. Hall left at
5 o'clock, the former taking quite a
number of passengers for Mauf ports-and
the latter steamer took many foi
There was a very large crowd dowr
to see the China off last evening,
was in attendance and there w:u.
an abundance of leis for the departiu,
passengers. ' A large cargo of banana.--delayed
the sailing of the steamer, it
took longer to get them aboard thai,
was figured on. At about C o'clock sh
left the wharf and started on her voy
age to the coast.
A GOOD CATCH.
We learn from our special correspon
dent at Hakodate that the
bark Josephine, Captain A. C
Howard, arrived at that port on ta
5th Inst., having taken 2,700 Dbls. c
sperm oil since leaving New Bedford
In March, 1&99. Captain Howard re
ports that on the 5th of March, thL
year, while off the coast of Peru, th
boat in charge of the fourthmate, J. fa.
Perry, was stove by a large spern
whale, and before assistance arrive-the
fourth officer was drowned. Th-balance
of the crew managed to clinr,
to pieces of the boat and were
SAID BAD WORDS.
Quite an exciting little scene tooi
place on the Pacinc Mail wharf yest3i
day shortly before noon, 'lwo whit
women came down the gangplank o
the China. One of them had tw
birds In a cage, which she tried to g
off the wharf with. She was stoppc '
at the gate by the olllcir, wh ,
politely informed her she could m
bring the birds ashore without a per '
mit. She flared up in a minute an
demanded to know by what right th
official stopped her. The customs ma
informed her that under the new regii
lations it was necessary to have
permit He had no authority to
one, nor could he allow the bird
ashore. She thought for a moment an i
then began to register her kick. Si-said j
things that ladies never say ox. j
loud. and. finding that even swea
words did not phase the officer, si i
took his advice and went to see tLj '
collector of customs. What she to. i
him is not known, but a little ( 1
she and her companion appears t ;
with a permit and the birds were a I
Purser Tuft of the Mauna Loa re
port as follows: Left 1.247 bags of s l
gar at Punaluu and none at Honuapo
Naalehu had five and one-half Inches .-i
rain and Pahala about the same. 1
was Impossible to work Thursday nigh
and Friday on account of the downpour.
At Hamakua there were 3,00 1
bags at H. S. Co. and 2,700 at P, S. y
They have had a little rain. Weather
rough. Passed the Noeau at Lahaina.
Her last boatload of freight was leaving
the steamer when we left at 12: 01
a. m. The Upolu was at Kailua when
we left that place. The Surprise was
Some of the Manua Loa's sugar wer:
into the S. N. Castle yesterday. Toda -the
Mohican will get the rest
The Mauna Loa, 'with but few passengers
but a full load cf sugar, ar
rived very early yesterday morning.
WILL MOVE PILOTS.
The superintendent of public worl
is going to movo the pilot house fro'
the foot of Richards street to the spa ;
between the Healani boat house ari
the quarantine wharf. For some tin. a
a suitable place has been sought -
the permanent location of the plUt
house. It was first thought that
makai end of the quarantine whaf
would be the proper position, but upn
consideration It was thought that t
was too iar out ot me -way. so it
determined to use the place at the
niauka end of the wharf. Where e
pilots are now located is naval
land. While the new location
not as handy as the present one, it wi '
be a better location. The
wharf 'as it. stands has cut off tt
tHr from the nllot house consla
ablr. U &ct when the wharf j3
wiici l laid down oh all tie chars'
.. -.k. . . JIM !.f rp.M
IHasoBd H4, U at ft satirelv ,
from Tiew of awKoachias :h I
harbor from the direetles of Diaaiocl j
Head until after the bell buoy off Wa i
kiki is passed.
The eilet house -win be placed on .
barge and towed across the harbor 1-
itanewpoaitiua. It will then be. fi
. " - , -- i- &
up again aa rorraeny. i ne puot w
have Iwn kent in the water latelv b
cavan there waa bo JibxeaiowtBe - p- "
. the Hldianatmt slip wiv
Wl uic 4.i w..v bim ww
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THE H0Jtt?Tfitl5;D5iaIUI iJXHT 22? 1S.
TIDES. SUN AND MOON.
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Nei? moon on the 24th at 5z3 p. m.
HOyg:NTS OF STKAXTTRST"
Stamtrs due and to sail tod3v and
fw the next six days are as follows:
St,?UI15sf, Prom. Dae.
Gaelic S. F. Aug.2S
Atistntlia S.F., Aue.ia
SoHgfcoagMara .. Sept- 5
Doric S. F. u. ., Ang.2S
Warrinaoo Victoria . . . Aac.29
Autrulia S. F.
out over the water, was moved back
onto the land to make room.
Tac work of moving the building on
a barge will be a difficult undertaking
and will be watched with a good deal
Tuesday, August 21.
Sir Mauna Loa, SImerson, from Maui
and Hawaii ports; 10,392 bass sugar.
181 bags coffee, 64 bunches bananas, 4
bunches tobacco, 10 bundles hides, 25
kegs butter, 12 hogs, 1 horse and 165
Tuesday, August 21.
Str Kinau, Freeman, for Hilo and
Str Cfaudine, McDonald, for Maui
Str W. G. Hall, Thompson, for
Koloa and Eleele.
Str Maui, Parker, for Kihef.
P. M. S. S. China, Seabury, for San
Gas sen Eclipse, Gahan, for Kauai
From Maui and Hawaii ports, per'sir
Mauna Loa, Aug. 21: F. Bertleman, M
Kauhane, M. Kuaimoku, Tom Gay, Mis?
Waiamau and 4 children, H. "W.
Mrs. J. Atcherly, children an?
nurse. Julia Joe, Miss Ella Morgan
W. G. Walker, F. B. Damon, Mrs
Jones, L. Perry, H. Kolomoku, H. Howell,
F. de Mello and 107 on deck.
For Hilo and way ports, per str Kinau,
Aug. 21: Mr. Nicol, John A.
Miss Clara Cummings, Miss E.
ummlngs, Sister Suzanne. Sister Irene
Sister Albertina, Sister Flaviana, Mrs
J. Nawahi and servant. Mrs. Jas. Camo-
bell. 1 child and 2 servants, G. L. Hen-M
inger. M. F. Spinola, Mrs. Frank Foster,
AIrs. J. W. Roberts, T. J. Gregc
and wife, Miss M. Gregg, Miss K. Bard
'Cia Nahrolelua, E. J. Ryan, L. Turner
"1 P Frank Foster, Miltor
Heytetnann. Judge Little, Jas. T. Taylor,
Theo. Wolff, P. S. Scales, J. J
Tailor and wife, Miss Floy Ballinger
Mi?s Ella Scansbury, J. W. Hall, F. W
M.heruE, Eng Sang Hall, J. W. Low
man aud wife, Mrs. Kong Yet Yin1"
and 2 children, H. A. Noble, E. J. Ehl
irs. Miss Clara Sharratt Miss Prescott
Miss A Campbell, Miss Alice Campbell
and child. Captain Ahlborn, wife ani
Lild. E. C, Macfarlane, H. R. Macfar-lane
H L Caswell and wife. Miss
Mrs. G. F. McLeod, Mrs. George
Yi eight and 2 children, Miss Florencr
Rirkard. Bishop Gulstan Ropert, J. W.
Tind.il. A. L. Levlson, Mrs. H. A. Noble
ifh;. Clias. Mc Adams, Miss E. C. Potts
Captain and Mrs. Lorenzen, Mrs. Irene
"Hrov. n and child. L. A. Thurston, H. A
Wlen Miss H. Kekuewa. G. N. Wright
inc! wife. J. S, Bailey. Jr., John Wise
an-1 Mss E. B. Montague.
For San Francisco, per S. S. China
Aug. 21: Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin ant'
Mr. and Mrs. Hundley, Mrs. H. P
Husms, H. A. Allen, A. C. Lovekin, W
V. Roth. H. A. Weihe. F. J. Lowrey and
family, Mrs. M. S. McKelsey. R. N,
Frlck and wife, B. H. Gassonl, H. Mor-
krison. Alice M- Russel, B. Cartwrigat
Tj E H. Wodehouse and wife, W. T.
Brigham, J. F T. Stokes. Miss Calhoun
Miss Wiedemann, Mrs. P. Schneider.
Mrs. C. Schneider. E. M. Norris, Charles
Coidler. W. T. McClellan, Donald Meridian.
J. J. Dickev. Mrs. Gultney, Miss
L. K. Boardman. Mrs. E. W. Peterson.
Mrs. G. Schneider. E. W. Schulter, Miss
T. StrU C. C. Kennedy. C. H. Kluegl.
sjr 'uosja 3H3JI ssnv 'Jaujnx ; h
H. B. Hughes. C. Jensen. O. H. Keyes.
Miss Grace Robertson, L. S. Robertson.
For Malui ports, rpr str Claudlne.
ug. 21 H. P. Baldwin. C. C. Ah
"hung. B. R. Banning, J. N. S.
Mrs. "W. C. W. G. Tavlor
wife. Mrs. John Kaaua. Miss Lilian
lmibi. John Ghent A. d Souza
G. A. Jordan. Mrs. Watson,
Miss Helen Wallace. Msetpr M. Hale.
" Vin'Fnt M. TT. Kn TTelep All un.
arah Aion and child. H. Howell. E'. M
Keeney. J. J. Covell. Mies Chamberlain.
MIs J E. Goms. C. S. Holloway. A. P.
ol'er. Ms. J. K. Toea jnd child. Rev.
S, Imai. W. J. Lowrie and J. P. Cooke.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
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IS LUDJiniE SINE.
HIS DEEDS OF BRAVERY PERFORMED
"WHEN A TOUNG
His Name Was Frederick Jerome
and He Saved &. Thousand Lives
at the Risk of His
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 6. One of
the heroesof rthe sta was laid to reft
ytsterday In the person of i"rsdene
jerome, wcose tunerat ras held rroai
rtoneer Hall uncer the direction ol
ihe Society of California Pioneers. He
was a life mem&er of the societyrani
aad lived on this coast since ls43. Over
i,UO0 human lives were saved by nim
iluring his long career as a common'
jailor and boatman. His heroism won
.or him admiration and reward '
from famous men and clues. O lacej
years Jerome had lived Quietly at Cis
aome, H02 Poik sueet, in San Fran-1
He leaves a comfortable
to his wife. They had no
Jerome was born at Southea, Eng-.and,
in 1S23. fae went before me niast
.vhen quite young. His nrst explo.t
.-as the saving ot the lives of the
and crew of the American
ship Henry Clay. In 1S46. fae
aenry Clay was bound from .New Yor
.or Liverpool, with nearly ii)0
Jerome was an able seaman cu
joard. On March 25 the Henry Clay
encountered a fearful storm off
New Jersey, where so many vessels
have been wrecked. After
the seas for many hours the ship
vas blown off her course and nnaily
Jirown upon the rocks .of Barnegat
-ea. after sea swept over her, carrying
..way everything movable on deck and
nreatening to break the ship. All the
..oats were washed away iir vain
to ship them. A crowd
on shore, but their efforts to
each the vessel were fruitless.
Jerome volunteered to swim ashore
.vith a line. It was a forlorn hope,
.ith small chances of success. The ar
as full of Icy spray that froze as it
.trade tne snip and wind and wave
.nited in a terrific uproar. Jerome
umped overboard with a small Hue
.bout his shoulders. He was
drawn down by the undertow and
.as half strangled by the waves that
jutfeted him about. For two hours no
truggled, while the passengers on tha
hip gazed through the flying spray
.nd sent up prayers for his safety. Inch
y inch Jerome fought his way toward
.iiore, bearing up with astonishing
strength. Finally he reached the cret
jf a breaker that threw him upon the
jeach, bleeding and insensible. The
.eople on shore rescued him from the
eceding wave and soon drew the Hue
shore, to. which was attached a
and a breeches buoy. While
was revived the passengers
nd crew v.c e hastily drawn ashore,
intil ever ore vas saved.
In 1S48 arothrr opportunity came
or Jerome to display his cool hero-
sm. This ras when he rescued 21S
iassengers from the burning ship
cean Monarch. The Ocean Monarch
.nd another packet ship, the New
Vorld, left Liverpool together the
lorning of August 24, 1S4S. Both were
iound for Boston. Jerome was a sea-
aan in the New World. The ships
.ere out but a few hours when fir
jroke out on the Ocean Monarch. In
. short time she was a mass of flames
.nd the pass ngers and crew were
ued in the bow frantically calling l'or
lelp. The Irish channel picket steam-
jr Prince of Wales and the Brazilian
government yacht Aifonso, having on
ooard the Pnn.e de Joinville and
.jany of the nobility of France and
jngland, bore down on the Ocean
jlonarch. Jerome was among the first
o volunteer to go in a boat from the
.i"cw World to the rescue of the Ocean
Ionarch's .passengers. A stiff gale was
jlowing from off Great Orncs Head, in
ne Irish channel, and the small boats
.vith difficulty rode the heavy seas.
It was found impossible to approach
the Ocean Monarch on account
jf the heat Twice the boats had to
etire to the yacht Alfonso. On the
.hird attempt Jerome saw that rescue
as impossible by means of the small
joats. Seizing a line, he jumped overboard
and swam toward the burning
hip. He made his way with great
Janger and difliculty to the bow. where
a line was thrown to him,
up, he soon had a stout line
Tinning from the Ocean Monarch to
he small boats and Tassenger after
passenger was tied to this and sent
down. Jerome was badly burned about
the hands, but he stuck to his post until
everybody was off the doomed ship.
The Prince de Joinville called Jerome
aboard the Anfonso, where a
purse was made up and the sa(lqr received
the warmest thanks of the distinguished
persons who had witnessed
his bravery. Queen Victoria sent him
fifty guineas and a letter of praise. A
special session of the Liverpool city
council was called, when the freedom
of the city was tendered to Jerome and
a gold medal presented to him. The
cJtS" ?f ?!ew York extended to him $he
freedom of the city and gave aim a
richly chased gold snuff box, -while the
Boston Humane society gave him a
Jerome came to California in the
ship Tarolinto. He went in search of
gold, but remained away from salt
water less than a year. He then came
to San Francisco and became a boatman.
In this work he saved many
lives and received other medals tad
testimonials. "He was made a life
member of the Society of Pioneer.
In 1S?4 Jerome and his wife visited
England and were honored by the
queen, who requested, his presence at
Osborne. The Prince of Wales gave a
dinner to the stout-hearted San Franciscan
and other honors were shown
him by distinguished people.
SPILLED BEER IN A PAR,
Stanley, 'charged with malicious injury,
was before Judge Wilcox, yesterday.
He was charged with throwing
pieces of a brokea bottle on the
It seems that Staaley'sot drani the
ether night.He boarded oce 'of
Pala's traa ears asd'Iat fall a oottle
d o& the tootyVurtMrrPisk
ins tip the.
pat "Of the window.- He said he did
this Tecause the" beer apttliair oo the
car had excited 'hint
-Judge TVilcox thoaghf that tbo
Ins ot -beer on or In one of the train
cars yas sot a serfoas offense; la fact, f
a tittle liquid! preferably water,, wairk
was cleansing and. wholesome, was
reauy.t o aesirea mmft ears. ue
Stanley witk?repdsad3or I
v.ilrt B:1 : tn car.
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MBS. G. B. KOBERTSOX,
POM & BAROH.
ND GENERAL KEPAIK WORK.
Shop: SUMNER'S ISLAND
E'hono SW. P. O. Box U62. Honol ulu
S- Qco Opposite W. G. IEWIX k Co. -
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Money to Loan on Real Estate
WMi Fort St
A. Harrison Mill Go. Ijtd
KnwaiahEO Street, Kewalo,
MILL WQBt IN ALL ITS BP.iMCSES.
Telephone White 12L : : P. O. Box 552. 1
Onfers SsiKitsi. - Froipt Un'mA
OFFICE OF JOIIX II Estate; Ltd,
Retaoved to llagcan BnHdinjr, corner
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Check "Books, Invoices, Bank
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. Having succeeded to th oid
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Robert Grieve, it will be oar
Vain to untold th Tennttn srk 4'
long held by hto for v
rorkin every depertasnt cf th
Printing OSee. while our increased A
facilities enable us to
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OFFICE CORNER KING
AND BETHEL 3TRSSTS
A "splendid nous; 3nd large, beautiful
lot at Wdijciki, having: a
on the beach in tho very heart of
the best bathing district. 'This
is offered at a bargain for a short
time only. For full particulars call tt
Leasehold, IS years, pa3iug
20 net on selling' price; a
first class investmenf. :
A large piece of property
in Chinatown verycheap.
A beautiful home, MakiKi,
lot 75x120, only 3500.00, on
easy terms, a snap.
Lots aud houses .and lots
in all part of Honolulu.
AT A BARGAIN.
R SALE. - , $i
A few fine lots (about KOxZQ'i) on
Manoa Heights, ccmmandlnpan
view over Walkiki anil dcean
Price, J1.750 to 52,000.
A beautiful corner lot (120x150). high
grounds, in bert portion of Kallhi
Cash, 600; balance on easy terms.
A large lot on good street in Kalibl:
area, about 15,500 square feet: gooJ
view, '.eras easy.
Lots (50x100) in various parts of
Just pa3t ICamehameha Sohwaro.
ens,y monthly Installments.
Lota (.VJxlW) in Nnuaba tract, 25XO
I. !., balance in installments t
A valuable business site on
One acre ground, between Llliha
street and Insane Asylum road; good
A large lot, with 103 feet frontage, on
King street at Kapalama, Just'past the
rice field. - .- -
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