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J . Hl HUSOLmTC RBPUBLfdA! SUXiMLl, SEPTEMBER 30. lH30
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0fer fa , i
wot oils, flut Uding
...'proof cold-water 'Paint,
. and outside; in wnue au.i
Alex. Gross Sous
Scotch fertilizers, adapted
trar cane and coifee.
X. Oblandt A- Co.'s chemical Fertil-
izws and liiwly ground Uonemeal
STEAM" PIPE COVERING,
Need's patent elastic pipe
FILTER, PRESS CLOTHS,
Linen and Jute
WESTKKN SUGAR KEFINTNG CO,
Swi Francisco, Cal
BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS,
Philadelphia, Pcun, U. S. A.
NEWELL TJNIVEHSAL MILL CO,"
f.Mniif. -National Oauo Shredder")
Now York, U.S. A.
OI1LA NUT k 0 J.,
San Francisco, Cal.
MSDON I HON AND LOCOMOTIVE
WOKKS. Sua Francisco, Cal.
at.j ji pa Pa Pa Pa ta
Paloio Land and
Improvement Co., Ltd.
ROOT d. MODEL BLOCK, FORT ST
Office Hour 10 to 12 A. M.
'A. F. t MANAGER
Offers for Sale or Lease
1. TRACTS of 25 to 100 ACRES
fo land. Uiljalolo Valley for building-,
"Arming or stock raiMnjr.
2. BLOCKS of 1GBUILDING.LOTS
o nch 15000 iquoro feet with streets all
Inid and lots cleared.
3. SINGLE BUILDING LOTS iu
tho valley or on the hill sides, 75x200
4. 5 AND 10 ACRE Lots of CLAY
SOILS suitable for making bricks,
lewer pipe, flower pots, tire, clay, etc
5. 600,000 TONS SHIP BALLAST
ROCKS iu quantities to suit, for ale
in the quarry or delivered in town.
6. ROCK QUARRIES of bultd njr
stone for sale or leae. A :ood
lor contractors and new build-
lug firms to work or own their own"
7. Land suitable lor SMALL
HOMES, Etc, for sale or lease.
8. BOAD METAL, CRUSHED
SOCK for concrete work for sale iiT
quaatities to suit, by the yard or
yards. Special ratw for large
OPPOB1 UNITIES for
to put up 30 to 40 eo$Ugis for
tal and for & bites line to rcn as soon as
buildings arc rented.
10 SEAtJTIFTTL 'SUBURBAN
2BOPBTT sum sltss for hotel0
three to Jour mile of the
for le or lae on favorable
iPassing of the Ameri
can Ship Cyrus
THE PILOT BOAT BOYS PAU HOEHOE
GERMAN VESSEL DRIVEN
PAR INLAND IN GALVESTON
The Zealandia May Take the Australia's
Place as a Local
Boat The Irwin Here
The pilot boys said they wouid
quit 'vork unless they were paid a fair
salary. Yesterday they walked out
and now the pilots must make the
best of it in a naphtha launch.
tae Nippon Maru was taken 10 sea
by Pilot Sanders and he was brought
back in the Young Bros.'s launch. Most
of the pilot boyt will find jobs on the
island steamers and on the wbarv.3.
Some of them will go into the boat
business at the boat landing.
Iha Nippon Maru, which was expected
Friday afternoon, got alongside
the dock about 7 30 yesterdav
morning. The vessel was not due until
jesterday, and aa Captain Allen found
that he would not arrive until Iat
night late, he determined to sae coal
and get in in the morning.
The Nippon got away for the Orient
at a little after 2 o'clock.
The Warrimoo, from Victoria, also
arrived yesterday on time. Soon after
leaving the coast the vessel ran Into
a stiff gale and the pas&engeia were
nearly all compelled to ieep to their
rooms for two days.
The Warrimoo brought a good many
Honolulu passengers, among them being
She left for the Colonies at midnight.
WILL BE A COAL HULK.
Tin American ship Cyrus Wakefield,
that was purchased a few day& ago oy
the Lovernment, will sail for Seattle in
a fe.v days. On the sound she will
load coal for Manila, and on her arrival
at that point with her cargo she
will be dismantled and turned into a
coal hulk. It was at iirst Uncle Sam
intention to send her down with horses,
but for the fleet is now the ma.n
desideratum, and the Wakefield will be
turned into u hulk to lulp out ou the
Ihe Wakefield was hero several
montho ago, arriving from Valparaiso,
whei e she put in' with her cargo ol
navy coal on lire. She is one of the
finest American ships afloat, and it
teems a pity that she should be turned
into a coal bulk, even in the service of
HIGH AND DRY".
The Norwegian steamer Gyller was
picked up by the tornado from her
wharf on tho east end of Galvestoi.,
carried around the bay side, through
.two bridges and landed six miles awry.
high and dry, between Virginia Point
and Texas City. She Is Intact but may
never float again. The captain sajs
that the ship was driven wjth such
force that when it tore through strong
railroad bridges broadside on there
was ao shock appreciable. He did not
realise that the ship was striking anything
at all until after he was able to
see BDd found where he was.
ZEALANDIA FOR TAHITI.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 22. It Is
expected that the steamer Zealandia
will return from her excursion trip to
Hawaii with the Mystic Shriners m
time to open the route between this
port and Tahiti, leaving the Australia
to continue on the Honolulu route, The
steamer Queen, It appears, cannot be
secured by the Oceanic Company for a
trip or two to Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 2L Term
del Fuego seems to be leading a whole
lot cf Interest to the passage of the
Straits of Magellan. "The Land of
Fire' seems to keep up Its name, a3
every native who leaves that inhospitable
shore carries in his canoe a
"fire" that is never allowed to go out.
Once extinguished, the men and women
who live in tho frail bark are likely
to die, but alight and In good working
order, the small flame has proved
a meaace to many a good ship that has
essayed the passage of the Straits of
Tha latest vessel to run the gauntlet'
was the Kosmos liner Herodot. Sh?
was on her way here from Hamburg,
and made the long voyage in 102 days.
When the steamer passed Sand Point,
on the westerly entrance to the Straits
of Magellan, a gale was blowing. Captain
3randenburg knew his way, how
ever, and the big liner went along as
though nothing was out of the way.
Everything went along without incident
until the steamer was within a
few hours sail of Smythe channeL
Then a number of canoes showed up oa
the starboard quarter as the Herodot
was slowed down for the night.
When an anchorage was made a
doubla watch was set and it was well
for ad hands that Captain Brandenburg-
took such a precaution. The In
dians crept up when all hands wero
supposed to be asleep and fired arrows
aboard tipped with tow and lighted in
the flres kept constantly burning in ihe
bows of the canoes. Had there beea
no lookout the Herodot would have
been burned to the water's edge and
looted, but as it was, no harm was
done, as the crew turned out and ex
tinguished the Area.
The next day two ol the Terr del
Fuegass boarded the Herodot and asked
foraometklac to at Soap eeated to
fee a daUcat to ta, a4 win CapUia
Brandenhcrg gave, tires two or thr
pieces cf the scented variety their joy
knew no bounds. They ate it an Inch
at a bite, and rolled It under their
tongues as a swset morsel. The ordinary
washing soap that comes In long
bars was eaten with relish by other
men in the canoes, and had It been possible
to utilize It, the whole land cf
Terra, del Fnego could have been
bought for a case cf common, ordinary
Captain Brandenburg, who brings
the Herodot Into port, was formerly
chief officer of the Tanis. He was also
here In 1SS1 In the ship Count Loals.
and has therefore a number of friends
here. Chief Officer E. Moller has quite
a string of relatives In San Francisco
so his visit to California is sure to be
a pleasant one.
Captain Brandenburg says that after
the encounter with the Indians he decided
not to try Smythe channel, and
so stood out to sea. Very heavy
weather was encountered from that on
to Coronel, but after that the Herodot
had fair weather to port.
The Noeau reports 1,031 bags of re-gar
left on Kauai.
The wreck of the May Flint was Hold
to George Roth for fj,450.
The Maui sails for Lahaina, Kahului
liana, Hamca and KIpahulu at 5 p. m
The American ship Jabez Howes has
been chartered to load coal at Tacoma
for this port.
The Moana made the run from this
port to San Francisco in six days and
six hours on her last trip.
The schooner Helene has been chartered
to load general merchandise at
San Francisco in the Spreckels line.
The bark Amy Turner, for Hilo, and
the schooner Robert R. Hind, for Kahului,
both sailed from San Francisco
on the 21st inst.
The schooner Columbia, from
and the schooner William Bow-den,
from this port, both arrived in
Port Townsend on the 20th inst.
Dr. Rickey and Chief Steward Harry
Alylen were not aboard the Nippon
yesterday, having been transferred to
the America Maru on the present .trip.
The C.-A. S. S. Warrimoo, Phillips,
commander, arrived in port and hauled
alongside the Navy dock at about 1
p. m yesterday, from Vancouver anl
The little brig W. G. Irwin is here
again. She arrived from San Francisco
yesterday after a fast run of fourteen
days. Young Captain Genereaux
is in command.
The Kinau arrived from Hilo anl
way porta at about 11:45 a. m. yesterday.
She brought 124 baes potatoes, 55
sacks corn, 23 bags, 32 bundles hides,
26S sheep and 1 horse.
The German steamer Frankfurt, Captain
Ernest Malchow, arrived in S.u
Francisco September 22d, sixteen and
one-half days from Mojf. Japan, wwi
anchored in the stream. 6he has bcui
chartered by the German government
to carry horses to China for the imperial
cavalry, and will be able to accommodate
about 1,000 animals. The
Frankfurt is a new steamer owned Dy
the Norddeutscher Lloyd, and is of ex.- t
Purser Belmaine's report of tho War-
rimoo's voyage is as follows: Left
Vancouver at 4 p. m., Sept. 21st, and
arrived at Victoria, B. C, at 10:30 p. m.,
same date. Dense fog prevailed
throughout the night, preventing vessel's
departure until 6 a. m. next day,
September 22d. Thick weather was experienced
down the Straits of San Juan
de Fuca. Cleared Cape Flattery at 11
a m. and soon after ran Into a hard
northwest gale, with heavy sea, whicn
lasted until the evening of the 23d
inst. Thence fine weather with moderate
easterly winds to arrival at Honolulu
at noon, September 29th.
Saturday. Sept. 9.
S. S. Nippon Mara, Allen, from frrn
Francisco, Septembm 22.
Str Noeau, Green, from Anahola,
Str J. A. Cummlna, Searle, Oahu
Str Ke Au Hou, Mosher, from Wai-mea.
S. S. Warrimoo, Phillips, from Victoria,
Str Kinau, Freeman, from Hilo and
Bk Olympic, Glbbs, from San Fran
Am bk W. G. Irwin, Genereaux, 14
days from San Francisco.
Saturday. Sept 29.
S. S. Nippon Maru, Allen, for China
S. S. Warrimoo, Phillips, for the
Sch William Olsen, Hutman, for the
Sound In ballast.
Per S. S. Nippon Maru. from San
Francisco Miss Alice Miller.
Per S. S. Nippon Maru, for China and
Japan Yuen Chong, L. M. Robblns, T.
Yamaguchi, 150 Chinese and Japanese
ARRIVED IN 'FRISCO.
The following vessels from ports of
these islands arrived In San Francisco
on the 21st Inst:
Ship Falls of Clyde; Matson, 20 days
Bk Mohican, Kelly. 26 Cays from Ho
Bk Edward May. Hansen. 20 days
Bk Emily F. Whitney, Brigman, 0
Bkt S. N. Castle, Hubbard. 23 days
Bkt S. G. Wilder, Jackson, 0 days
Arrived, Seotesaber 25. bk Roderick
Dko. Jokasoa, frosa San Francisco,
tides, sine AXX SOON.
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DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL STATION,
Sept, 29th. Weather clear;
MOVEMENTS OF ST
Steamers due and to sail for the next
thirty days are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
Rk de Janeiro S. F Oct. 9
&Ic&nn S. F Oct. 10
Coptic S. F. Oct 17
American Maru 3. F Oct. 24
Australia S. F. Oct. 21
Miowera Victoria Oct. 27
Australia 6. F 2
Peking S. F. Oct.
Alameda S. F Oct. 12
Gaelic S. F. Oct. 13
Aorangi Victoria Oct. 24
Hongkong Maru S. F Oct. 27
Australia S F Oct. 30
American Maru S. F Oct. i
All parties having bills against the
republican territorial committee previous
to September 24 are requested u
send the same itemized to the headquarters
of the executive committee in
tne Elite building for payment.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
HAWAIIAN UNDERTAKING CO..
Tho first assessment of 25 per cent
is called on the capital stock of the
above company, and payable at the
office of Burnette & Decker, corner of
King and Bethel streets, Honolulu.
Treasurer H. U. T. Co., Ltd.
Bids for the concrete foundations for
the Alexander Young buildings will bti
receivixLat. the oflkse of Oe
Co., Ltd., Queen street. ip to
noon on Tuesday. October 2, 1300.
Plans and specifications to be seen at
tho office of the Von
Sept 2S, 1900.
The City Oilice of tho
Star Dairy Go., Ltd.,
Is in the Magoon Building, Room 1,
corner Merchant and Alakea Sts.
TeleponeMain : : 391.
Dairy Telephone Blue 3171.
A. B. DOAK, Manager.
Stockholders are hereby notified that
the Fifth Assessment of 5 per cant or
Two and One-half Dollars per share oa
the Capital Stock of toe
TELEGRAPH CO. Ltd..
Is due and payable August 1st at tltt
office of the nndfnrtgnad. All gort
street J. H. FIBHKR,
Acting Treasurer Inter-Island
graph Co.. Ltd.
Honolulu. Aueusl 1. 1900.
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY
A GREAT 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 contains
no opium or other harmful drug.
It may be given as confidently to a
baby as to an adult For sale by all
dealers and druggists. Benson, Smith
&. Co., general agents Territory of
sour bread and
make yourself and children
sick when you can get the
very best and most wholesome
bread in the city for
the same money from the
New England Bakery. Their
delicious cakes, pies, bread,
are made of the best a No. 1
materia and by experienced
white workmen. If you trv
our bread once you will certainly
use none other-
Ntw Englud Bakary
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THE PACIFIC HEIGHTS
200 to moo ft
The lots shown on this plot are
upon the Pauoa Valley slope of
at an elevation of from 200 to 500 feet above
sea level. They adjoin THE PACEFIO
and have a frontage upon Pauoa Road,
being widened and macdamized.
Located on high ground,
excellent scenic and marine
views are to be had from all
lots, and being upon the line
of our Electric Railway, power
and electric lighting plants,
ready transportation and electric
lighting -can be secured
at very reasonable rates.
Water will be supplied at
the rate of S15.00 per year
for each lot or at less than
city prices from our Pacific
Ileights water svstem.
To persons who will begin
the erection of houses within
60 days, we will make special
inducements in the matter of
transportation of building
material over our railway.
We can recommend this
property as being especially
desirable and attractive to
persons seeking choice locations
for homes 01 moderate
On Monday, October 1st,
we will begin the sale of
these lots upon following
prices, terms and conditions:
Prices of lots range from
$400 to $750 each according
to size and location. One-fourth
oaeh at date ot sale,
balance in installments and
at terras to suit purchasers.
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