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" "Paints, 'Compounds1' and BuHainjf
Lnool Raw and Boiled.
Linseed Raw and Boiled.
and outside; in white and
Alex. Croea t Sons'
Sootch fertilizers, adapted
cane and coffee.
N. Ohlandt k Co.'s chemical Fertilizers
and finely ground Bouemeal.
STEAM PIPE COVERING,
Bod's patent elastic sectional pipe
FILTER. PRESS CLOTHS,
r -Linen and Jute. r . '
EMENT, LIME & BRICKS '
WESTERN 8UGAK IIEFTMXO CO,
San Francisco, Cal
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS,
Philadelphia, Fenu., U. S. A.
NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL COt
Hunt. "National Cane Shredder5')
New York, TJ. S. A.
OHLANDT k CO.,
San Francisco, Cal.
RISDON DION AND LOCOMOTIVE
WORKS. San Francisco, Cal.
Falolo Land and
Improvement Co., Ltd.
BOOK 8, MODEL BLOCK, FORT ST
Otuco Hours 10 to 12 A. M.
A. F. COOKE, MANAGER
Offers for Sale or Lease!
1. TRAOTS of 25 to 100 ACKX1
oi land in Palolo Valley for building,
'arming or stock raisinp. '
2. BLOCKS oTl6 BUILDING LOTS
oaclT 15000 tquaro foot with btroets all
laid and lots cleared.
S. SINGLE BUTLDIXG LOTSTn
tho vaUoyoron tho hill TIde, 76x300
4. 0ASTD1OACKE Lots of CLAY
SOILS .suitablo for making bricks.
wer pipe, nower pots, firo clay, etcvp
5. JWO.OOO TONS RHTP BALLAST
BOCKS in quantities to suit, for sale
lajhc quarry or delivered in town.
6. BOON QUJJULTJES of buUcLng
tone for mlc or lease. A good
.unity lor contractors and now
firms to work oi own their own
7. Land suitableJor SMAT.Yt ;
ING, OXICKXNMAMCMXS, MOUNTAIN
M0MM8, Stc, for sata or lease.
S. JfcOAD MSTAL, ONUtXXD
NOCXfor coHorete. work lor sale in
quaatitio io suit, by the yard or 100,-
000 yards. Special rates for largo
9. OPFO&TUNXTIXS for contractors
to put up 30 to 40 cottages for
baiiilags are rented.
M. wtAwnrox. -ST
smms, three to tour mile of the Pott-
wr saw cr imm 4m
What an Old Skipper
- Has to Say About
HQ HEAL PMTECTIOK TO SUPS.
THE TUG YEAXLE&B TraT
VERY BOUGH TXTP TO
i - twEAHULUI. .uuu...
A Xystary of the Sa What a
Drifting Sand Bank Beve&led
,- .Shipping 8oas
Tlie deep, sea skippera are not
very much exercised over whether
or not Honolulu and HIlo should
have municipal forms of government.
They are all very much-In
terested In having adequate protection
extended to ships that are nearing the
shores of the territory of Hawaii. "The
coast line of the territory, which is remarkably
long and about as dangerous
as any coast in the world. Is almost
without buoys and lighthouses.
Honolulu, Hilo, Kahului and
there are hardly any marks by
which a stranger may be guided except
by his charts and these many times
have been found or at least declared to
be faulty." So said an old sea captain
r Within six weeks two vesselsjodve
gone on tne rocks in broaa ttaylnshi
uid wuh their anchors at tneir bows.
They were botn witnin a snort distance
oi iorts and yet were witnout pilots,
i'ney both struck on reefs, the location
oi which have been very well Known
for yeais to local captains, and yet
tnese sunken menaces have never been
located by a buoy or other sign to warn
suipt of their danger.
"In every other portion of the civilized
world where shipping is of the
importance that it is In Honolulu every
precaution is taken to safeguard ships.
There are life-saving stations on
gerous coasts and lighthouses and
j buoys to mark every dangerous rosk
and point tnat Is known. Considering
the unprotected condition of the coasts
of Hawaii it Is wonderful the few accidents
that have happened to ships coming
here. The facilities provided the
pilots are very meagre. It is the custom
to wait until a vessel Is seen coming
around Kbko Head before any BUrt
is made for her. This is not right.
Tho pilots should be outside waltln
ior vessels and board them when they
are sun lar out.at sea, Instead of waiting
for them to get within a mile or so
oi me naroor berore going aboard. Of
course under the present system there
Is no other way for the work to be
done, but some effort should certainly
bo made to better provide for the safety
of vessels coming here. I understand
that in the future the United
States will have charge of the lighthouses
and buoys in the Hawaiian waters.
They will certainly find a virgin
field to work in. Look at Makapuu
point It is sticking out into the sea
in a most outlandish way and never
a light or a sign of any kind to let
a 6tranger know of its presence at
night. It Is on the charts, of courso,
but that very fact would make it much
woreo for a captain that happened to
pile his vessel up on it The light-
uouse in tne harbor here on the charts
Is noted as being visible directly you
are around Diamond Head. When I
came around it was daylight, but when
I tried to locate the position of the
lighthouse I was confronted by the
warenouse on the Quarantine wharf.
that entirely obstructs the view from
Diamond Head. The harbor lighthouse
Is not visible from Diamond Head.
"One of the principal efforts of the
next legislature should be to oroTile
a bill to extend the scope of the work
of the pilots and make an effort .i
possible aad go to work putUnr ud
lighthouses and placing buoys where
they will do the most good."
On the way to Kahului the boys on
the Fearless had a taste of deep sea
traveling that they will iot forget for
a long time. It was very choppy In
the channel and the big waves had lots
of fun with the tug. She had a big
deck load of water almost allthe way
over after passing Diamond Head.
Some of the old salts aboard tbut had
not been very- lar to sea 'for quite a 1
long time wjeat throughjdl the experi
ences of seasickness. The tug, which
is always" the viakrof cendition
and as cleatuas a private yacht, was
covered with salt from the spray thqr
dashed over her. The smokestack to
the very top was white with salt C
Ifig way Bsxa IiUai
Brockaw started the crew in cleaning
up, so that when the tug arrived here
she was la aboat the aaal coaditiaa of
cleanliness. Yesterday the Fearless
took, coal, as the supply was very low
afterthe lomg run to Kahului at a
high speed aad back here.
la some parts of the western share to
of Newfoundland storms t
caad to drift ia banks la forty-sight
hours as .high astfteea aad tweaty
feet At some places these saad drifts
reach to the height of thirty-Ire feet
At oW place, betwesfli Port-a Batae
aa Coroy, the moriag aaads are Tery
troBbieeome to the railway offkials, so
much so that a board fame had to h &
coastrttcted to protect tha rathmy
Wlthia tha aaat weak & rasreasata
Uvt af.tai"Kocth SMair HeraM TisJtei
a Codroy district aaa while thara saw
soma hnsisa haa,w4ka is ahwst sU
taat is twms of what mast aav baaa
of the aaJsit traaies which
ago a wiaa storm cat a ehaaad t
tnrouga tae onit, revealing to view a
large bot some thirty or
fee: la lesgth. The boat lax In the
sand bottom up aad when it was turned
over, to the amaxemeat of those who
discovered it, there were the skeletons
of twenty-four persons. The supposi
tion of those who discovered, the boat
and the gruesome sight which It un
covered was tnat some steamer mtt
with disaster outside many years ago
and her passengers and crew took to
boats and the one found In th sand
drift reached the mouta of the Uodroy
river with her human freight Finding
no habitation and no shelter from
the elements the shipwrecked occupants
on the bleak shore turned their
big boat bottom up, took shelter beneath
and then perished from exposure,
or would it be possible that during
the storm, while they lay under the
boat, they became covered by the sand
drift? The particulars of this sad
tragedy of the sea have never been pub
lished, so fax as we can learn. Marine
She had asked many and various
questions aneat things la aad about
New York, says the New York Timer,
but the Information-seeking Cuban
school teacher, before sailing, had just
one Inquiry left They were casting
off the moorings of the transport
at the foot of Pacific street
Brooklyn, and she was leaning over the
rail, in deep contemplation of a ferry
boat bound from Brooklyn to Manhattan.
"Say, which Is the back of .thai
boat?" she asked suddenly of a ship's
Officer standing near by on deck.
The officer had had some days ot
experience with inquiring Cuban school
teachers and had acquired wisdom in
that direction. He did, not rashly answer
offhand. He thought the question
"Well," he said finally, and even
then somewhat cautiously, "what is
now the end nearest the Brooklyn
shore is the back of the boat"
"Does the boat turn around when it
reaches the other side?"
"No," after .some heavy thinking;
"when it comes back the end that is
npw nearest Brooklyn is in front"
"Well, then, when it comes back Its
back is in, front and its front is in
back, ain't they?"
"No; when it comes back its front
is where its back was and its back is
I mean it's always got its back, in back
and its front in "
"WelL. supposing it should turn
around," with a look of triumpa,
"which would be
"Why, the back would the
back would be In front oh, hang it, its
front is in front when ii's in front and
its back is in back when it's In back,
The officer looked wildly out over the
waters and fled' below decks.
The S. C. Allen will leave for tho
The schooner Alice Cooke left for
the Sound yesterday.
The Carrier Dove is discharging at
the foot of Allenstreet
It is expected that, the animal transport
Federica will leave for Manila, today.
The great amount of work being
done on the Iwalani amounts practically
to rebuilding. When she is out
of the workmen's hands she will bo
very nearly as good as new.
The Maui, which is receiving her
regular overhauling at tha Fish Market
wharf, will take the place of the
soonTasshe Is ready for work.
The.Claudine will then be overhauled.
.The bark Albert, which leaves for
San Francisco on Friday, will take passengers
this trip. She
for six and Captain Griffiths is
known as a genial skipper to .travel
Wednesday, September 19,
Stmr James Makee, Tullett, from
Kapaa. f ., '-.,''
Sch Concord, Nana, from Maul ports.
Wednesday, September 19.
Sch Alice Cooke, Fenhallow, for thtt
Sound in ballast
Sch Blanche and Ella, for Hanalti
Sch Ko Moi, for Paanllo." " v
For Kapaa Stmr James Makee at
For Saa Francisco Bk-S. a Allen.
atlp.m. - .,
For Maaila U. 8. 8. S. FederTca, at
For Koolaa porta Sch Lady, at 1G
Cwrl of Caraaie' Diarrhoea "After
Thirty Tears of laleriasr.
MI sateredfor tklrry years wltk dlar
rhoea aad thoagat l"wa past beiag
caraa," says Joka 8. HaUoway of
Ft efc Camp, Mm. I ki smaA so Ota
mask time aad mosey sad had sat arad
........ .. . -"
so maca isai i aaa give P au aopea
of recovery. I was se faehle from the
eCects of the iMsirk'sai that I oomld
do as kiad aC'lsksr, eoald sot era.
travel, bat by mleisM was aarmitta Wat
aad a kottls of Taamherbda's Uttt
Colic Casters sad Disrraoa Same-
dy, aad aAar taUag araral aottks'l
am aatlrrty eraa of that trwrtte. MI
am so fsiassi wttk the rasatt last I
am Tinas tlat It la reach of all j
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coast ox NewfosBtfiand la
.Sear uc eatrasce of tke Codroy
from tie sea was a sasd drift soae
thirty feet la height Soaie few years
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DIAMOND HBAD SIGNAL
wind freeh', aortheaat.
MOVBMNNTS OP 8TEAMBBS.
Steamers due and to sail for the next
thirty days are as" follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
Doric S. F .-. Sept 22
Australia S-.F Sept 26
Nippon Maru S. F. Sept 2i
Warrimo Victoria Sept 29
Rio deTTaneiro S. F Oct 8
Moana S.' F.i wl.i Oct 10
Coptic SwF... ......' Oct 17
Australia S."F.f .' Oct 34
Mtowera Victoria'..! Oct 27
Coptic S. F Sept 22
Miowera Victoria Sept 26
Australia S. F..t Oct 2
American Maru S. F Oct 2
Peking S. F. Oct 9
Alameda S. F Oct 12
Gaelic S. F. Oct 19
Aorangi Victoria Oct 24
Hongkong Maru S. F Oct 27
Australia S. F Oct 30
VESSELS IN PORT.
ARMY AND NAVY.
U. S. S. Iroquois, Pond, Midway Island,
U. S. A- transport Frederica, Ivanches,
San Francisco, Sept 14.
Coasters not included.
Archer, Am bk, Calhoun, San Francisco,
Albert, Am bk Griffiths, San Francisco,
Aug. l'. H. Hackfeld & Co.
Carrier Dove, Am sch, Bendt, Olympia,
Ceylon, Am bk, Wilier, Laysan Island,
Challenger. Am ah, Gould, New York,
C. D. Bryant, Am bk, Colley, San
Francisco, Aug. 3ft.
Donreggan, Br bk, Dixon, London,
Aug. 9. Haw, Fert Co.
Euterpe, 'Am sh, Saxe, Newcastle,
E. B. Sutton, Am sp. Carver, San-Francisco,
Enterprise, Am sch, San Francisco,
Florence, Am ah, Bjdar, Tacoma?
Aug, 29. -
F. S. Redfield. Am sch. Jorgenssn.
Port Gamble. Acg. 18. Allen & Robinson.
Great Admiral, Br ah, Sterling, Newcastle,
John Currier, Am sh, Murchison, Ta
coma, Aug. m
R. P. Riphet, Am bk, McPhail, San
Francisco, Sept 12.
S. C. Allen. Johnson. San Francisco.
Wm. Olsen, Amsch, Hurtmon, Wello-pa
Harbor, Sept 12.
Mary Winkleoao, Am bkt
.' Gray's Harbor
Helen Brewer. Haw. ah New York
Henry Fattiag. Am sh New York'
A J. Foliar, Am sh Nagasaki
Haydaa Browa, Am bk Newcastle
John C. Potter, Am ah Newcastle
Star,, of Russia, Haw., ah Newcasde
Wachuseu, Am sh Newcastle
Perseverance, Br sh Newcastle
King Cyrus, Am sch Newcastle
Yosemite, Am sh Newcastle
Columbia, Am sch '. . . .Newcastle
Prince Albert, Nor. sh Newcastle
Prince Victor, Nor. ah .Newcastle
Clan Macpheraaa, Br sh Newcastle
Aaceala, Br sh'. - Newcastle
Fantaai, Nor bk Newcastle
Stjorn, Nor. bk Newcastle
Drumburton, Br sh Newcastle
Fresno. Am bk Newcastle
Alex. McNeil, Am bk Newcastle
Golden Shore, Am ah Newcastle
Dominion, Br bk Newcastle
James Neamitk, Am sh Newcastle
Marion Lightbody, Br sh Newcastle
Quickstep, Am bk Tscoma
Ventura, Br sa Aatwerp
Tola, Br ah Lssdoa
HONOLULU STOCK NXCHANGS.
HoxoLCLtr. Wednesday. Sept. 19. two.
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Roaeaa Sasv Oompacr. IT3
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WITT Caw. ,.. .118
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The HUO TRIBCM
VT. H. SMITH, i : : Editor
ABCH. C. STEELE, : : Manager
Published Every Saturday
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The Publisher of "HAWAII SHMPO,"
the only daily Japanese Paper Published
in the Territory of Hawaii.
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ut. q. iiiiif 9,p. cjd:
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Hawaiian Navigation Co.
Surprise 'sails from Honolulu every
tuiu tm iuu aouh pons ol nawaii. Alternating'
(Tuesdays'or Fridays) with
Steamers, this gives Kona
- Eclipse sails from Honolulu as soon
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Dort&Kbloa; EleeleHanapepe, Maks
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The vessels carry
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For further information apply to the
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Watchmaker & Jeweler,
no. 8 kxng st. neabnuuanu
P. 0. Box 1020. -
Astor House Restanrant
Corner King 5r Alakca Streets.
Meals served at all hours.
J7JF3t claSm 'e-fail
v.'' ,AH CHUCK.
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ROCK FOR BALLAST.
j White and Black Sand
1 In Quantities to Suit.
Excavating Contracted For.
JGST'Dunjr Carts furnished bv
the day (yi'Scmr's Notice.
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THE OAHU ICE
& ELECJEIC CO.
Have everything in readi
ness and are prepared to
serve their customers with
ICE mahuf acturedf rom pure
condensed water from arte
sian wells. .f
Your Orders Solicited.
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Telephone 3151, Blue.
P. O. Box 600
-Beginning Thursday, Aug.
30, THE WAIKIEI INN' will
xmua wagonette for the bene
of its patrons, leaving the
cotrier, otrFo"rt atfd King
streets as follows; I
PQK, WAIKIKI INK.
A. M. P. M.
, . 5:30
i 7&0 '4:30
7 . ?10:00 a w
bmgle Fare, flff cents; 8
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206 Merchant Stree
L House and lot on Young st; 60xlM;
house coatalrs S rooms. Price
2. Two-story residence on Young st;
10 rooms. Price $7,500. Oaly
S. House and lot on Alexander st;
lOOxlSO; houso contains 7 roonu.
t House and lot at Kalihl; 77x150;
S rooms. Price $200. A bargain.
5. House and lot on slopes of
& House and lot on KInau st; 50x160.
A bargain for $2,S0O.
7. Lot at Kalihl; 77axl50. Price
SLLotatKalihi; 50x100. Price $500.
9. Houre and lot at Kalihl; 155x150;
house contains S rooms. Price
,$3,900. f. ,
10. House and lot on College st; 75x
125. A bargain for ?5,b00.
1L Business property on Fort st; 47x
1J. Lot on Kekaullke st; 46 ft front
151 Lois at Kewalo; all bargains; 50x
14. House and lot on Liliha st; $3,500.
15. House and lot on Vineyard st;
16. Lot on Young at; 55x155. Price
17. Lodging house on Fort st; monthly
grcss l-come $425. Price
IS. Leasehold on Queen st; 24 years to
run; splendid warehouse prop-"
19. Leasehold on Beretanla st, with
now building, suitable for stores
or warehorses; $400.
20. Lots at Kalihl.
2L Lots at Palama near Insane Asylum.
Broker, : A
206 Merchant Street
HART & CO,
THE ELITE ICE GRE1M PARLORS
Fine Chocolates and Confections,
Ice Cream and Wator Ices.-
House renting a specialty.
Aim to please.
PACIFIC 1HMSFER CO.
227 Xing St., 3Textto Bailey's
7 " i'ii A
WAGONS xsd DUMPc
ALWAYI ON HAND.
TRUNKS, FUBNTJDRE axd SAPES
v ,CABEFULLY HANDLED.
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When Buying a Whec
cmd Alteoys be Bight.
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