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Offer for Sale:
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PAilAFIXE PAINT COS
1 Compounds and Builfjing
L- i Raw and Boiled
L 'di Raw and Boi WC-d.
"ft " r.proof 'i 'Paint, in
and ouUiJio; in white and
( e H.
, Throws bone'
Sc'i fertilizers, adapted for
ir and coifee.
llandt .V Co.'s chemical
. - and iiiwly ground Bonemeal.
ME VMPIPK COVERING,
Ii l'i jtHtcnt elastic sectional pipe
Fill IMPRESS CLOTHS,
Li"ii and Jute.
WES j KX SUGAR REFINING CO,
Sjiu Fnmcisco, Cal
BALD'' IN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS,
V htliululphia, Punn., U. S. A.
NEWri.L UNIVERSAL MILL CO,
"National Cano Shredder")
New York, U.S. A.
San Francisco, Cal.
R1SI) N' IRON AND LOCOMOTIVE
WOKhS. Sna Fnmcisco, Cal.
ssr.rsaix? a "a Pa fa Pa Pa fta
par y Rpap3iPaPaPaPaPa
lalolo Land and
Improvement Co., Ltd.
jOBI 8, MODEL BLOCK, FORT ST
Office Hours 10 to 12 A. M.
R COOKE, MANAGER
Offers for Sale or Lease
1. TRACTS of 25 to 100 ACRES
foluud in Palolo Valley for building,
farmmc or stock raisinjr.
2. BLOCKS ofl6 BUXLDIN G LOTS
oncli 15000 bquuru feet with streots all
laid and lots cleared.
3. SINGLE BUILDING LOTS iu
the valley or ou the hill sides, 75x200
4. O AND 10 ACRE Lots of CLAY
SOILS suitable for making1 bricks,
lower pipe, llowor pots, fire clay, etc
5. 500,000 TONS SHIP BALLAST
ROCKS iu quantities to suit, for sale
in the quarry or delivered in town.
6. ROCK QUARRIES of building
stone for sale or lease. A Rood
contractors and new building
firm to work or own their own
7. Laadsultablo for S1EALL FARMING,
CHICKEN RANCHES, MOUNTAIN
HOMES, Etc, for sale or lease.
- S. ROAD METAL, CRUSHED
BOCK for concrete work for sale in
quantities suit, by the yard or 100,-
000 yards. Special rnUs for largo
9. OPPORTUNITIES for contractors
to put.up 30 to 40 coilagros for rental
and for a bws line to ri'uAs soon as
buildings are rested.
10 BEAUTIFUL 8UBUXBAN
PROFEB.TT aad git is for hotel pur
pose three to four mile of the
s. for sale or leae o favorable
"Esfjerience of the Fort
eorge on the Voy
INSANE NEGRO SAILOR RUNS AMUCK
POLITICAL HOT AIR FELT ON
THE WHARVES DURING
Thomas Sails for the East, Leaving
Some Men Here The Pilot
House 2Ioved Harbor
News and Notes.
There was a big crowd at the Navy
dock yesterday to see the transport
Thomas off for Manila and China.
Lets were very much in evidence and
the many ladles aboard the big steam1
er made the departure more like that
of a regular passenger steamer.
A provost guard rounded np stragglers
in the morning, but there were
a score of soldiers seen ashore after
the vessel left and just as she was pulling
out a man in regulation uniform
and with a cartridge belt about his
waist slipped from a port hole and
hurriedly made his exit from the scer.e.
The steamer Maul was brought
around from the Fishmarket wharf to
her berth at the Wilder wharf yesterday.
She has had a thorough overhauling
and is now in splendid condition.
Her Interior woodwork has all
been repainted and varnished and the
fitting In her saloon touched up. The
vessel looks like new. She will take
the Claudlne's place next week while
that vessel Is undergoing her overhauling.
NEGRO RUNS AMUCK.
A big Jamaica negro named George,
ono of the crew of the Fort George,
which arrived from British Columbia
yesterday, went crazy on the trip
down and was put In irons after a
hard tussle. The case of the insane
man was reported to the quarantine
olllcer and the man will be sent to the
asylum this morning, as he is undoubtedly
The man's insanity was first noticed
on the 17th Inst, He attacked the
man at the wheel, claiming that he
had threatened to shoot him. After
tills he loudly declared his intention
to quit work and proceeded to do so.
Captain Morse went forward to see
the man. The negro declared that he
was through work for the voyage and
he and Captain Morse differed
with the result that George was
locked up until he concluded that he
would rather work and have his liberty
than be idlo and confined. He was
not in the brig long before he said ho
was willing to work, so he was let out.
His stay in the brig seemed to make
him savage, for be was no sooner re
leased than he took charge of the ship
and began to heave overboard every
thing movnble on decK. ir any one
approached him he brandished a razor
and threatened to do some carving.
Captain Morse and the greater part
of the crew jumped him and soon had
the irons on him, and as ho had very
strong objections to going below,
he was chained to the hatch, where
he remained until the vessel reached
port. The man Is a giant in size and
strength, being six feet four high and
weighing in the neighborhood of 250
"HOT AIR" MEETING.
Politics was warmly discussed on the
Inter-Island wharf yesterday morning
for about two hours. The speakers
were very much in earnest and talked
at each other in great style. It was
more in the nature of argument thin
oratory, however, and after It was all
over the speakers were of tho samo
mind as before they started. These
little "hot air" meetings are becoming
more and more frequent as time goes
on and the agitators aro becoming very
numerous on the front You can "get
any political argument from single tax
at the Pacific Mall wharf to Hawaii for
Hawaiians at the old Fishmarket
wharf, the socialists. Independents, republicans
and democrats holding out
along the line between the two points
The Lehna, arriving last night from
Maui, brought the following cargo:
Sixty-two hides, 11 bundles goat skius,
1 bundle sheep skins, 16 calve?, 6 mules,
S horses, 1,210 package? sundries.
Jennie Wand at Kaanapali.
The schooner Jennie Wand was discharging
lumber at Kaanapali when the
The Mille Morris sailed for windward
The Eclipse for Makena and Kona
and Kau ports sailed yesterday.
The Archer is taking sugar from the
Mikahaia, which arrived yesterday
The Thomas sailed about 1:30 yesterday.
She took 550 tons of coal.
There was & big crowd on the wharf to
see her off.
The big ship E. B. Sutton Is loading
from barges in the atream. She will
probably get away Monday.
The William Olsen is taking ballast
at Brewer's wharf. One of her crew
fell and sprained his ankle Thursdar
evening. He was sent to the sailors'
want at the Queen's hospital.
The pilet house was moved to lis
new position makai of the Healani boat
jesterday. It will be finely
fixed on its "fousdaCer. at piles todar.
The new army mxc
yesterday at the ! "FisfciE&rket wharf
near where It w Vatic It slid inio
the water withont a hit dr. Another
rone will be balk soaa.
The bhj ship Fort
George, alter a voyage of thirty-one
days from Oyster Hzrbor. arriveii yesterday
with. 5-000 tons of coal 'or the
Inter-Island Steam N&Tfeatlon Co.
The Mifrahala c.ne In Irom
yesterday morning with 6,272
hags of sugar for F. A. Schaefer & Co.
i Parser Christian reports as follows:
Weather on Haniakna and Kona- coasts
fine "bet no rain. Wanna Loa was discharging
at Pnnalnu Thursday. Sugar
as follows: H. A. Co., 4,600 bass: A.
H. Co- 2,SiS; H. S. C, 3.500; P. S. M-,
ISO. Total of 1Q.52S bass.
Per steamer Lehna from Mani and
Molokai W. H. Pain. D. Steward, F.
H.Foster and wite, 31rs.D.
and son. Sirs. Kanwe and two children,
S. E. Damon and nine deck passengers.
Friday, Sept- 2S.
Str. Lehua. Bennett, from Maui and
Stmr Mikahaia, ffedersn. from
flvstnr Hnrhor R C. 3 050 tnns coal
to I. I. S. N. Co. -
The Keauhou and Kauai are expected
from the "parden isle this morninp.
Friday, Sept. 2S.
U. S. A. T. Tbeiuas, Buford, for Manila,
via Nagasaki and Taku.
Gas sch Eclipse, Townsend, for
Kihei, Makena and all Kosa
Sch Milfe Morris, for windward
The Guests Accuse
Their Host JSh Chun
Invited Them to Gamble and Then
Called in Police and Had
If looks could have killed there would
have been several dead Chinese in the
police court yesterday. It was during
the trial of thirty-one Chinese who
were charged with gambling and being
present at the at a game of
chance where something of value is lost
All of the Chinamen plead not guilty
to the charge. The police were ready
for this plea, however, and had about
half a dozen stool pigeons and the proprietor
of the place, Ah Chun, to testify
that the men were gambling. The defendants
were put on the stand and
each and every one of them examined
swore that he had been spcciidly invited
to attend at Ah Chun's by that indi:
vidual, and that when they had all assembled
the host had telephoned for
the police and the whole crowd had
be u run in.
The judge did not seem to tike into
consideration how the players had been
trapped. From tho evidence he had
made up his mind that they were guilty
and so he fined all of them $4 and costs
apiece. The police spies and proprietor
of the place will probably not be as
popular among their countrymen as
heretofore, for even Chinamen hate a
PROCEEDINGS IN THE
U. S. DISTRICT COURT
Three additional rules in regard to
juries and jurors were adopted yesterday
in the United States district uourt.
There will be no session of tho United
States district court today.
Monday morning at 10 o'clock is the
time set for the hearing of tho
case in the district court of the
Four candidates for citizenship were
before Judge Estee in the United
States district court, yesterday. They
were as follows: Frank A. Kuciviako,
a native of Russia, with Charles Creigh-ton
and E. R. Hendry a witnesses;
Theo. Wolff, a native of Germany, with
Wm. Green and H. T. Waity as witnesses;
Julius G. Wessels, a native of
Germany, with John Hendry and Capt.
W. J. Weir as witnesses.
A CHRISTIAN CHAPEL
TO BE OPENED TOMORROW
A Christian chapel will be opened in
Palama, near the corner of King and
Liliha streets, tomorrow. Rev. W. K.
Azbill will conduct the service and O.
Ota will deliver tho leading address.
Short speeches will be made by the
Rev. J. C. Hay and others. All Christian
workers, especially Japanese Christians
and those interested in mission
work among the Japanese, are cordially
invited to be present at 8 p. m. when
the service will begin.
Change of Officers.
At a meeting of the directors of tbe
Oahu Sugar Co. held yesterday. H. A.
Iscnberg was elected treasurer in place
of J. F. Hackf eld, ryrigned. no is soon
to depart on a visit to Germany, and F.
Klamp was elected in place of H. A.
Isenbergas secretwy. The matter of
the new pumping plant was left to the
agents, H. Hackfeld Co, Ltd.
PLAGUE AT OSAKA.
Such is the News Received from
Sr. CsrmichaeL the qnarintine olll
cer, s congratulating ntmseit upon
having insisted upon the fumigation of
the oriental cargo of the Carlysie Cify,
lately here with a cargo from Japan.
The Australia brought a. telegram to
Dr. CannichaeL stilting that th plague
was prevalent in Osaka, Japan, and
that the town had been declared Infected.
As Osaka is in close communication
with Kobe and Yokohama by
rail, it will be seen that under the circumstances
goods coming from those
ports will hare to be rumisatea ana
thoroughly diMBfected before being
laadedfaafe. . '
REPUBLIC AN, SATURDajr, SEPTEMBER 29 VjW
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DIA3I0ND HEAD SIGNAL STATION,
Sept. 28th. Weather clear;
wind light, north.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
Steamers dee and to sail for the next
thirty days are as follow:
Stezmere. From. Due.
Nippon Maru S. F. Sept 25
Warrimo Victoria Sept 29 J
Rio de Janeiro S. F Oct 9f
Moana S. F Oct lb
Coptic S. F. Oct 17
American Maru S. F Oct 2-J
Australia S. F. Oct M
Miowera Victoria Oct 27
Australia S. F Oct z
Pekini S. F. Oct 8
Alameda S. F Oat 12
Gaelic S. F. Oct 18
Aorangi Victoria Oct 24
Hongkong Maru S. F Oct 27
Australia S. F Oct 38
American Maru S. F Oct 2
The City Ofiice of the
Star Dairy Co., Ltd.,
Is in the ilugoon Building, Room 1,
corner Merchant and Alakea Sts.
Tolepoue Main : : 391.
Dairy Telephoue Blue 3171.
A. B. DOAK, Manager.
a quarterly dividend is due auu
made payable to the stockholders of
Wilder's Steamship company on Friday,
tie 2Sth instant
The'stock books of the company will
be closed to transfers from Thursday,
September 27th, to Saturday, Septem
ber 3li, both lnclcslTe.
S. B. RG3M, Secretary.
Honolulu, September 26, 1900.
A social meeting of the stockholders
of J the Olowalu company will be
held a the office of W. G. Irwin & Co.,
Ltd., Saturday, September 29, at 10 a.
m., for; the purpose of authorizing officers
to sign sugar contracts.
H. M. WHITNEY, JR.,
Secretary Olowalu Company.
Honolulu, Sept. 2C, 1900.
A special meeting of the stockholders
of the Wainianalo Sugar Company
will be held at the office of W. G. Irwin
& Co., Ltd., Saturday, September 29,
at 10:30 a. m., for the purpose of authorizing
olfieers to sign sugar contracts.
H. M. WHITNEY, JR.,
Sec'y. Waimanalo Sugar Company.
Honolulu, Sept 26, 1900.
All parties having bills against the
republican territorial committee previous
to September 24 are requested io
send the same itemized to the headquarters
of the executive committee in
the Elite building for payment
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
HAWAIIAN UNDERTAKING CO.,
The first assessment of 25 per ceat
is called on the capital stock of the
above company, and payable at the
ofiice of Burnette & Decker, corner of
King and Bethel streets, Honolulu.
Treasurer H. U. T. Co., Ltd.
Bids for the concrete foundaUons for
the Alexander Young buildings will be
received at the office of the Von Hamm-Young
Co., Ltd., Queen street, up to
noon on Tuesday, October 2, 1900.
Plans and specifications to be seen at
tho office of the Von Hamm-Young
Sept 2S, 1800.
Stockholders are hereby 4 thlt
the Fifth Assessment of i war cwt ar
Two and One-half Belhua for ahm
the Caslul Stock of tU
TELEfiMM CO. LU..
1 due aad payable AvgMt lat at tti
office of the usderaliMd. 411 Part
street J. H. 1UUBL
Acting Treasurer Tala
grapa Co, Ltd.
Honolulu. August 1, 190ft.
CHAMBERLADTS COUGH REMEDY
A GREAT FAVORITE.
Tbe soothing and healing properttoa
of this remedy, its pleasant taste and
prompt and permanent cares hare
made it a great favorite with people
everywhere. It Is especially prixed
by mothers of small chlldraa for colds,
croup and whooping cough, as It always
affords quick relief, aad as It
so opium or other aarstfol i.C3i,
it may be gives, as confideBtly to a
baby as to an adult Far aale by all
dealers and druggists. Bwaaoa. Salt
V Co, sjeaaral agemts Territory C
sour bread arid
make yourself and children
sick when vou can set the
very best and most wholesome
bread in the city for
the same money from the
New England Baker3. Their
delicious cakes, pies, bread,
are made of the best a No. 1
material and by experienced
white workmen. If you try
our bread once you will certainly
use none other.
New England Bakery
l OSWALD LUTTD, Muager.
Hotel Street -:- -:- -:- Phone "
Bath rooms. Vestibules, Verandas,
Green-houses, Kitchens, Walks, etc.
Call and see our Mosaic Tile Stove
We are prepared to furnish and set all
kinds of Tile.
Monuments lettered and cleaned on
Estimates given on application.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE
& MONUMENTAL GO.
641 King Street. Phone 502
J. H. FISHER & CO,
Members of Honolulu tlschange
Stock and Bond Brokers
411 FORT STREET.
Advances Made on Approved Security.
A Large Assortment of
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets.
HART & GO.
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Pino Chooolatcs and Confections;
Ice Cream and Water Ices.
PACIFIC TRMSFER CO.
227 King St., Next to Bailey's
EXPRESS WAGONS, DRAYS, LTJSI
BER WAGONS and DUMP
ALWAYS ON HAND.
TRUNKS, FDRNTrDRE and SAFES
TstKPHQXE ... main 86
Abstracts and Certlcsies o? Ttti
Money to Loan on Real
Hawaiian Ballasting Co.
NO. 16, QUEEN ST.
M. l. EVANS.
Curbing, Black and
White S and
Soil of all Description for
gr"nrays for Hire.
me mio wm
W. H. saOTH, : : : Editor
ARCH. C. STEELE, : : Manager
Published Every Saturday,
ScnaaPTlOX Local SioO per year
Foreign. 3.50 " '
This publication has the largest circulation
on the Island of Hawaii of any
WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, and as an
Advertising Medium is SECOND TO
Hawaii Shimpo Sha.
THE Pioneer Japanese Printing Otllce.
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHLMPO,
the oidy daily Japanese Paper Published
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Y. SOGA. Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor.
Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge. King Street. P. O. Box 907
um. Q- iruiN oo. ltd.
Wm. G Irwin .President & Manager
Glaus Spreckels First Vice-Pres.
W. M. Giifard Second Vice-Pres.
H. M. Whitney, Jr Treas. & Sec't.
Geo. W. Ross Auditor,
AGENTS FOR THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Of San Francisco. Cal.
ALL KINDS OF
Horse Furnishing Goods
Plantation Orders Solicited at Living
California Harness Shop,
G39 King Street,
Lincoln Block. Telephone 778.
Hawaiian Navigation Co.
Surprise sails from Honolulu every
ten days to Lahaina and Makena, Maui,
and all the Kona ports of Hawaii. Alternating
(Tuesdays or Fridays) with
Steamers, this gives Kona
a 5 day service.
Eclipse sails from Honolulu as soon
as possible after arrival for Kauai
ports, Koloa, Eleele, Hanapepe,
Waimea and Kekaha.
Tho vessels carry freight and passengers
and insure quick dispatch.
For further information apply to the
M. W. McOHESNEY & SONS,
Qneen Street : : : : : Honolulu.
Ohia Wood For Sale.
In any quantity. Apply to
W. C. AOHI & CO.,
10 West King Street.
July 30 1900.
WESTERN ASSUR. CO
J. H. FISHER,
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
J. H. FISHER,
Agent Hawaiian Inlands.
BE1TEB LOICH MOMS.
H. J. XOLTE : : : : : Proprietor.
Fort Street, Opp. Spreckel' Bank.
Pirst Class Lunches Served
With Tea, Coffee, Soda Water, Ginger
Ale or Milk. Open froa
3 a. a. te8p.i3
men Ton So To WAILlin
STOP AT THE
lint-Class Hous in Every Dei&iL
MRS. G. B. ROBERTSON,
SRHO OK KEE
Watchmaker Jt Jeweler. -
NO. 8 KING ST. NEAR NTJTTANT7
P. O. Box 1020.
Astor Bouso Restaurant
Corner King 5: Alakea Streets.
Meals served at all hours; .
First class in ovary detail.
ROCK FOR BALLAST.
"White aud Black Sand
In Quantities to Suit
Excavating Contracted For.
Coral and Soil For Sale.
JayDnmp Carts furnishedby
the day on Hour's Notice. "
ir. b. irrrcircocK,
Bethel St., next to P. O.
TO DELIVER ICE
THE OAHU ICE
& ELECTKIC CO.
Have everything in readiness
and are prepared to
serve their customers with
ICE manufactured from pure
condensed water from arte
Your Orders Solicited.
HOFFMAN & MMKHAI
Telephone 3151, Blue.
P. O. Box 600
Beginning Thursday, Aug.
30, THE WAIKIKI INN will
run a wagonette for the benefit
of its patrons, leaving the
corner of Fort and King
streets as follows:
FOR WAIKIKI INN.
A. M. P. M.
FROM WAIKIKI INN.
A. M. P. il.
Single Fare, 25 cents; V
Prof. Van Praag's Orches-.
tra will play during dinner
at the Inn Wednesday and:
Bastes stem will teUyoa '
aa aruaaja ajaad raaaka to-
i-J?" & w4 It. I