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Tira HOJrOLULU HEPOBLiCAWEDNRflA.Yt SEPTEMBER o, 1900.
Offer for Sale:
Cube and Granulated.
PARAEEE PAI2JT COS
Paints, Compounds and 'Building
Lucol Raw and Boiled.
Linseed Raw and Boiled.
Water-proof cold-water Paint, inside
and outside; in white and
Alex. Gross Jc Sous'
Scotch fertilizera, adapted for sugar
cane and cotTee.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s chemical
and finely ground BonemeaL
STEAM PIPE COVEKLVG,
Reed's patent elastic sectional pipe
'FIlTEIi, PRESS CLOTHS,
Linen and Jute.
'CEMENT, LIME & BRICKS
WESTERN SUGAR REFINING CO,
San Francisco, Cal
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS,
Philadelphia, Bonn., TJ. S. A.
NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO,
(M:if. "National Cauo Shredder")
New York, U. S. A.
OHLANDT & CO-
San Francisco, Cal.
RISDON IRON AND LOCOMOTIVE
WORKS. Smi Francisco, Cal.
Palolo Land and
Improvement Co., Md.
BOOM 8, MODEL BLOCK, FORT ST
Oflico Hours lOlto 12 A. M.
A. P. COOKE, MANAGER
Offers for Sale or Lease
I.? TRACTS of 25 to 100 ACRES
ol land iti Pnlolo Valley for building-,
'arming or stock raising.
q2. BLOCKS of 16 BUILDING LOTS
each 15000 square feet with streets all
laid and lots cleared.
3." SINGLE BTJHJIN(TLOTS in
the valley or on tho bill sides, 75x200
"4. 5 AND 10 ACRE Lots of CLAY
SOILS suitable for making bricks,
sewer pipe, flower pots, fire clay, etco
" SCKS In quantities to suit, for sale
quarry or delivered in town.
- QUAWXS ot
lease. A good
"Store and nowbidld
ir own their own
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The Hongkong Kara
Arrives From San
HUE TIE HUP IN FAST TIME.
AUSTRALIA DEPARTS FOB THE
COAST WITH MANY
Peculiar Accident Captain Houd-
lette New Ship Hawaiian
Line Beady New Ship
Yard Late News.
The Algoa and Australia for San
Francisco, the Klnau for HIlo and way
ports, the W. G. Hall for Kauai, the
British ship Halewood" for the Sound
and a large fleet of the Island steamers
left here yesterday on their regular
runs. The S. C. Allen and the
Hongkong ilaru, from San Francisco,
arrived, the former after a voyage of
eighteen days and the latter after a
fast trip of five days and twenty hours.
The steamer had no freight and but
two passengers for this port, who will
lay over until the China arrives. The
Allen brought several passengers for
here, among them four Island boys,
Ben Clark, Willie King, Paalua Hatfield
and Harry A. White, who made
the round trip from here in her.
The Australia had a great
and the din of whistles that saluted
her as she steamed out of the harbor
was almost deafening. The tug Fearless
escorted her outside with a big
crowd of friends of the departing passengers.
The tug excursions under
the direction of Captain Brockaw are
becoming one of tie features of the
Australia's departures and are very
much enjoyed by the passengers and
their friends, who are enabled to say
good-bye after the steamer Is outside.
Yesterday Captain Brockaw had about
sixty guests aboard.
The Klnau for Maui and Hawaii
ports got away at exactly 4 o'clock.
Captain Tom Clarke was In command,
as Captain Freeman has not yet sufficiently
recovered to take the vessel.
Today the Claudine and Mauna J.oa
' will leave on their regular runs at the
usual time, but a day late. The Labor
J day celebration and the great amount
of freight offering kept them back.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 24. Seafaring
men were greatly interested yesterday
in the discovery made when the
bark Merom went on the Spear street
dry dock. The vessel returned to port
a few days ago from Alaska, leaking
at the rate of an inch an hour as a result
of having grounded while in Bristol
bay. By working the pumps the
Merom was kept afloat, but instead of
waiting to take on a cargo of salmon
at one of the northern canneries, all
haste was made in sailing back to this
port It was found when the bark was
high and dry yesterday that the leak
had been caused by one of the prongs
of the vessel's anchor, which, when the
Merom grounded, had been forced Into
the bottom near the keel, just abaft of
amidships. The breaking off of the
prong and the plugging of the hole by
the severed portion was all that saved
the Merom from filling rapidly and becoming
a loss, but the portion of anchor
did not plug up the hole so tightly
that water could not leak in to some
extent. When it was seen that the bark
was liable to ground the anchor had
been let go, but it was supposed by the
captain when it was hauled up again
that the breaking off of the prong had
been caused by the ship itself.
NEW LINE READY.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 27. Word
has been received from New York that
the American-Hawaiian Steamship
Company will begin its service to Pacific
coast ports and the Hawaiian Islands
on September 1st with the dispatching
of the steamer American from
the company's pier at South Brooklyn.
The freight taken by the new factor
in ocean commerce will be carried by
six American-built steamers the
American, Hawaiian, Oregonian Mid
the Callfornian of 8,500 tons, and the
Alaskan and the Arizonian of 12,000
tons. When these vessels are completed
one will be dispatched each month.
FLOATING DRY DOCK.
SAX FRANCISCO, Aug. 26. Application
has been made by the RIsdon
Iron Works for space on the water
front, near the RIsdon plant, for a
great floating dry dock, which is intended
to be the largest of Its kind
on. the coast and one of the best in the
This company's plant Is being put in
shape to turn out ships of the largest
size, and it promises to compete with
the Unioa Iron Works in bidding for
iMARIPOSA'S NEW CAPTAIN.
SAX FRANCISCO, Aug. 6. The
steamer Mariposa was released from
quarantine yesterday and went to her
berth at Jackson street wharf. Chief
OAcer Resale, who has been on the
Mariposa for some years, succeeds
Captain Houdlette aa -commander of
the steamer, Hoedlettes having been
appointed captain of the Oceanic Com
pany's aew steamer,
ma, which was recently launched at
Philadelphia and which will be brought
to this coast by Captain Houdlette.
,;30STON. As. 28. With a aew
" - at the fore, slgslfyiag another
ictory tor cramps, the aew
states battleaalp Alabama
': 3 Jke harbor at 5:99 this
tE aa ometai truu over
,'Jalaad. The Teasel
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" sfJ 2& &i latoaceoaat
"if - flt tit , ., -"'' . J f" JW the
f ..i ", x T ;-i 4 i ,k. '
1 for a distance of 6 kaots spa. Wats
tidal allowances, are prepared taey win
doubtless show that the latest addition
to Cade, Sam's nary s the fastest
battleship of her tonnage afic&t
The general opinion expressed by
the naral men on the craft during her
trial, trip was that beraverage will be
about 17.1 knots an hoar for the four
honrs. The contract requirement for
the ship was that she should steam
sixteen knots an hour for four consecutive
In addition to her display of speed
the Alabama executed some curves, that
made the people on board open their
eyes in wonder. The great craft was
sent ahead at foil speed with helm
hard to port and described a circle
which had a tactical diameter of between
700 and"S0O feet, or a trifle over
twice her length. Then the helm was
reversed and around she went to starboard
and coming upon the wake of
her first circle made as perfect a figure
tn.the seething white foam a3 one
could wish to see. Before reaching
Boston light the vessel was tested to
find her quickness in coming to a
dead standstill and in gathering stern-way
with the engines reversed, all of
which proved satisfactory to the trial
The Solace will be ready for sea tonight.
The tug Eleu towed the Halewood
to sea yesterday.
The Kilauea Hou is on the mar'ne
railwty having an overhauling.
The R. P. Rithet sailed from San
Francisco on August 24th for this port.
The bark Pactolus got quick dispatch
from New York and is now on her way
to San Francisco.
The bark Emily Reed arrived in San
Francisco on August 24", twenty-three
days ?rom Kahului.
C. L. Wight and Captain McDonald
ot the Wilder Steamship Company departed
in the Australia yesterday.
The bark Olympic from Honolulu
arrived in San Francisco after a twenty-six
days' passage on August 23.
Captain Sanders and his boat boys
had an exciting tow In behind the
Fearless yesterday from the Australia.
The Keauhou goes to Niihau this
trip to get sixteen lepers who will be
brought here and sent to the settlement
The Australia got away on time yesterday.
The tug Fearless helped her
around and in this way saved a good
deal of time for the steamer.
A bundle of late San Francisco papers
for Captain Lawless of the Australia
were put aboard the "Ferry boat"
from the Hongkong Maru outside as
the vessels passed yesterday.
A donkey engine for the Challenger
Is on the way here on the R. P. Rithet
When the Challenger was building at
the yards of Arthur Sewall, J. R.
now pilot of this port, wxs
engaged in work on the vessel.
The schooner Amy Turner reached
San Francisco on -August 26th from
Hilo after a passage of thirty days,
with 24,052 bags of sugar. The brig
Harriet G., out thirty-one dajrs, and the
athooner Allen A., both from
also arrived the same day.
The S. C. Allen from San Francisco
brought 1,300 tons of general merchandise
for T. H. Davies & Co. On deck
she had thirty-seven head of horses
and mules and a lot of hogs. The trip
of tho Allen to this port was a very
uneventful one and not a sail was
sighted during the whole voyage.
Tuesday, September 4.
Am bk S. C. Allen, Johnson, from
T. K. K. S. S. Hongkong, Maru,
5 days 20 hours from San Francisco.
Tuesday, September 4.
Stmr Upolu, Dalton, for Honoipu.
Stmr Algoa, Hansford, for San Francisco.
Stmr "Kinau, Clarke, for Hilo and
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, for Eleele.
Stmr Xoeau, Wyman, for Lahaina,
Honokaa and Kukuihaele.
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher, for Makawell
Stmr W. G. Hall, Thompson, for
Koloa, Eleele and Waimea.
O. S. S. Australia, Lawless, for San
Stmr Mokolii, Napela, for
"Gas sch Surprise, Townsend, for
Sch Lady, for Kqloa.
Br sh Halewood, Jackson, for the
Sound in ballast
TO SAIL TODAT.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Simerson. for Lahaina,
Maalaea, Kona and Kau at 10
Stmr Claudine, McDonald, for Maui
ports at 5 p. m.
Stmr Lehua, Bennett, for Molokai
and Lanal at 5 p. m.
From San Francisco, per bk S. C.
Allen, Sept 4. E. Tchumi, J. Tabra,
Wm. King, Ben K. Clarke, Paalua
Hatfield, Miss C. F. Panabaker, Miss
Clara J. Norton, Miss L A. King, Mrs.
J. M. Whitney and child.
From San Francisco, per S. S.
Maru, Sept. -L For Japan:
Count "Mutsu, Geo. T. Marsh, Frank
Hamsa. H. Okl, Master Marsh. Wm. A.
Steeter. For China and Manila: Mrs.
Dr. EL K. Pale, Bishop D. H. Moore,
Miss Moore. Rev. W- ,E. De Claybrook.
D. F "W. Force. Mrs. H. H. Rutherford
and Iafast Arthur Macoadray, Mrs. E.
P. WolC, Major Y. R. Hoff'xnd servant,
Mrs. Moore. A. Nordbhay, Miss Ida
Ellis, R. H. Mprley, Mrs. W .H. Win-'
Per S. S. Aastralia. for San
A.uPeyser, R.- J. Hancock. L J.
Ellis. .Carl Jesses, Mrs. J. G.
C. Wills, Mrs. Booker, Miss
WIlhCjMrsiLWiBsV 'JL'H. AfoBR; A: F.
Afoog,;BL"J. Nolte, B. R. BaaaiagA.
J. Fairweather aad aoa, C. M Waluw.
wife' awfaw.'Miai Merry, Jl HI Mac-'
phersoc, C. L. Cleawat, C. E. Bryaat
ad wife, Drl.O. J. S4aletob and wif e,
MrsS. M. Lowry. Mta L. K. Board-
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Foil moon on the 8th at 626 p. m.
DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL STaI
TION, Sept. 4th. Weather cloudy;
wind light, northeast.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers doe and to sail today and
for the month of 'September are aa follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
Sierra S. F Sept 32
China S. F. Sept 22
Doric S. F Sept 2
Australia S. F. Sept 26
Nippon Maru S. F Sept 29
Warrimoo Victoria Sept 2
Moana S.F. Sept 14
Rio de Janeiro S. F. Sept 15
Nippon Mara S. F Sept 17
Coptic S. F Sept 22
Miowera Victoria Sept 25
Australia S. F. Oct 2
America Maru S. F Oct 2
George H. Paris and child, Mrs. R.
Geer, Miss Paris, Miss A. F. Beard, H.
P. Judd, James R. Judd, J. K. Farley,
J. W. Alexander, J. F. Wood, wife and
child, Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin, C. F.
Alexander, W. F. Damon, J. J. Taylor
and wife, S. N. Castle, W. J. Wither
and wife, H."Schulz, George Dillingham,
C. G. Smith, H. D. Schmidt, Mrs.
C. Dreier, Miss Swain, Harold Rice,
Philip Rice, Miss A. Rice, Miss Martha
Smith, Mrs. W. H. Rice, Miss Mary
Rice, Miss Nora Sturgeon, Miss Sarah
Robertson, M. H. Flint, Mr. Hall, Mi3s
Dillingham, Miss S. Judd, Mrs. Dillingham,
Captain Masdonald, wife and
child, George Smith and wife, W. T.
Rawlins, D. H. Case, A. Zuckermann,
C. L. Wight, H. B. Rice, Miss K. Reynolds,
Miss E. Crozier, H. Bingham, Jr.,
E. Pollitz, B. F. Dillingham.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
HosOLnLU, Tuesday, Sept. 4. 1900.
Ewa Plantation Company 27; 23
Hawaiian Agricultural Co 303
Hawaiian Com'l 4 Sugar Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co 317;
Uonoka Sugar Company 31
Kahuku Plantation Company 27
Klhel PlautaUon Co., Ltd., Asesa 13 , ..
Klpaliulu Sugar Company
Koloa Sugar Co......
Kona Sugar Company
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd,, Assess 4Ji ..
SIcBryde Sugar Co., Ltd., Pd up .'. 12
Oalm Sugar Co 152 155
Ookala Sugar PlautaUon Co. 16; ..
Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd., Ash(?s 3.U
OlaaSugarCo., Ltd., Paid up 11
Pala Plantation Co 275
Popeekeo Sugar Company
Pioneer Mill Company. 156Ji ..
Walalua Agricultural Co., Assess W5
Walalua Agricultural Co., Pd up lie
Walluku Sugar Cf
Walmanalo Sugar Company ICO
Waimea Mill Co 110
Wilder Steamship Co 130
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co 115
Hawaiian Electric, Co 130
Honolulu Steam Laundry
Oahu l&Uway J: Land Co 180
People's Ice i Berrig. Co .'. 90
Hawaiian Gov't. 6 per cent. MJ ..
Hawaiian Govt. 5 per cent 99
Ewa Plantation 6 per cent. 103
Kahuku riantatiuu C per cent 102
Oahultallway tLaudCo.Cp.c 101J 103
SALES XOKSISQ SESSION.
25 Hawaiian Sugar 215 00
25 Hawaiian Sugar. 215 00
50 Klhel A 15 50
20 Klhel A. ....TTT.". 15 50
lft Hawaiian Sugar ...215 00
9 Hawaiian Sugar 215 00
SALES AFTEBXOOX SESSION.
SOOlaaPd u 00
175McBrydeA t 50
;50JIcBrydeA , i 50
;iOWalaluaA 95 75
J15 Walalua Pd 116 CO
VESSELS 'IN PORT.
ARMY AND NAVY.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Midway Island,
U. S. navy transport Solace, Wiaalow,
Guam, Sept L
Coasters not included.
Australia, Am swir, Lawless, San
Francisco. Aug. 29.
Archer, Am bk, Calhoaa, Saa
cisco, Aug. 2S.
Alice Cooke, Paohallow, Blakley, Aug.
24. Lumbar to L. C.
Albert. Am bk Grimtha, Saa Francisco,
Aug. 10. H. HackXald & Co.
Andrew Welch, Am. hk. Drew. Saa
Francisco, Aug. 14. C. Brewer 4b Oo.
Challenger. Am aa, GoahL New York.
a D. Bryant Am bk, CoRey, San
Francisco, Aug. 30.
Carnedd Llewellyn. Br aa. GriMta.
Hamburg, Germaay. Aag. 23. (For
Seattle). Hawaiian FarUUsar Co.
Duareggaa. Br bk. Dixoa. Loadoa.
Aug. 9. Haw, Fert Ca.
Dechmoat, Br ah, AMoa, Newcastle,
Aag. IS. Caal to order;
Ester Baaae, Am sch, SalraMB.
Enterprise, Am Frasciaco,
Ftoreace, Am ah, Bjtsr, Tasssaa,
F. S. RWieW. Am sea. JorgM3a,
Port Gam aK Acg. li.
laviaciala, Am sa.
la, ! A f!ali
Joan Carrier. Am sa". Murcahwa, Ta-
i. B. Browa. . Kaight, New-
caatle. Aag. 14. - Coal to arte.,
. r '
rikun, ' "' Kb. A' Sanaaaa. LrranooL
Aag. 7. TT if TirlH trn.Ttl
Phils 1 Ujhis. Gar ah.' Waehtar,
' Aag. 4 H.
Hjcl"fahi 4 0k, Lat
Staestisi Baaew aw hh. WafjsaiH Fh-
3t Eathartca. Am ok.
Staaaard, Am sh. OwtcheH. T3a.jk5
Marr Winktemaa. Am I
HIs Brewer Haw. ah. New York
Heary Falling, Am aa New York
A. J. FaUer. Am sh Nagasaki j
Harden Browa. Am bk. Newcastle
Joha C Potter. Am sa Newcastle
Euterpe. Haw, sh .Newcastle
Star ot Russia, Haw. sh Newcastle
Wachusett, Am sh.......... Newcastle,
Perseverance. Br sh Newcastle
Abby Palmer, Am Kr Newcastle!
Yosemite, ., sh. . .........
Columblal Am sch.... Newcastle
Prince Albert. Nor. sh Newcastle
Prince Victor, Nor. sh Newcastle
Clan Maenherson. Br ah Newcastle
Ancenis.Br sh Newcastle;
Fantasi. Nor bk Newcastle
StJora, Nor. bk Newcastle
Drunburton. Br ah..... Newcastle
Fresno, Am bk Newcastle
Alex. McNeiL Am bk. Newcastle
Golden Shore. Am sh Newcastle
Dominion. Br bk Newcastle
Marion Lightbody. Br sh Newcastle;
QuicSstep, Am bk Tacoma
Ventura, Br sh Antwerp
Tola. Br sh London
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REilEDY
A GIffiAT FAVORITE.
The soothing and healing properties
of this remedy, its pleasant taste and
prompt and permanent cures have
made it a great favorite with people
everywhere. It is especially prized
by mothers of small children for colds,
croup and whooping cough, as It il-
ways affords quick relief, and as it con
tains no opium or other harmful drug,
it may he given as confidently to a
baby as to an adult For sale by all
dealers and druggists. Benson, Smith
& Co.. general agents Territory of
Business Office, 475. &
Editorial Dep't, 123.
ROCK FOR BALLAST.
J "White and Black Sand
1 In Quantities to Suit.
Excavating Contracted For.
Coral and Soil- For Sale.
B?Dump Carts furnished by,
the day on Hour's Notice.
IT. B. HITCHCOCK."
Bethel St., next to P. O.
POM & BARON.
AND GENERAL REPAXtt WORK.
Shop: SUMNER'S ISLAND
Phono S06. P. O. Box i!C2. Honolulu
W. I MfflS,
OFFICE CORNER KING
AND BETHEL STREETS.
A fine Iare residence on Victoria
street, fSOO: ..
A bsautiral home it Pauahou lot
75x110, house 7 rooms, only fLOOO.
House and lot on the installment
plan, easy monthly payments. Pay
your rent in. baying a home.
FOR SALE. ;-.
LeaMbold 9l IS yean paying 20 per;
cent net. -. , 3
Business property on Fort streets '
Bosines3 property in old Chinatown.
Any sugar stock that: you want to
boy. , t
206 Merchant Street.
1. House and lot on Young st; 60x140;
house contains S rooms. Price
2. Two-story residence on Young st;
10 rooms. Price $7,500. Only
3. House and lot on Alexander st;
100x190; house contains 7 rooms.
4. House and lot at Kallhi; 77xl50;
8 rooms. Price $2,900. A bargain.
5. House and lot on slopes of Punch-
bowL Price $2,750.
6. House and lot on Klnau st; 50x100.
A bargain lor $2,800.
7. Lot at Kallhi; 77xl50. Price
S. Lot at Kallhi; 50x100. Pric $500.
9. House and lot at Kallhi; 155x150;
house contains S rooms. Price
10. House and lot on College st; 75x
f 125. A bargain for $5,000.
il. Business property on Fort st; 47x
9S. Price $5,500.
12. Lot on Kekaulifce st; 46 ft front
13. Lots at Kewalo; all bargains; 50x
14 House and lot on Liliha st; $3,500.
i. House ana lot on vineyard t;
16. Lot on Young st; 55x155. Price
17. Lodging house oa Fort st.; monthly
gross izcoaw $425. Prka
1ST Leasehold on Qaeea st; 24 Tears to
? tub; apleadia wareaoaae
191 Leasehold ok' Beretaala at, irltk
" -new buHdihg, snlUbte for stores
or warehouses; lM.
30Lpts at KaliiL .
2L Lots at PaJasaa aaar Iassas
.4-. Real Estate
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Abstracts and Certicatbs of Tttle
Money to Loan on Real Estate
Hawaiian Ballasting Co.
NO. 16, QUEEN ST.
H. L.. EVANS,
Curbing, .Black, and,
Soil of all Description for
Sale. ": '
TDravs for Hiro.
sour bread and
make yourseifiand children
sick when you can get tho
very best and most wholesome
bread in s the city for
the same money from the
New England Bakery. Their
delicious cakes, pies, bread,
are made of the best a No. 1
marial and ly experienced
white -workmen. Iryou try
our bread once yon will certainly
use none other.
Nm E$1hI Bakery
J. HWAU Una, .Mmm.
Hotel Street -:- -:-:.- Phone 7-4
H. W. J. MBSIlffi.
tffin in, nni.inii'
.Cosnat BsarrASLv and AcaksX Srs,
OFFICE &OURS9 fo 10 a.h.