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The Rio Arrives After
a Pleasant Trip
SHE STEAMED ALL THE WAY HERE
THE 0. H, & L. CO. PLACES AH
MKEN6E OHDEB FOB
Alden Bcsse in a Storm Chief Engineer
Platts 02 on a Vacation
Newe Notes of
Afwt a delightful inp of ereii days
and Si kr. tbe . dn Janeiro
ftw San Fraaciwo last eveninz.
Sle bnmjJit many paworijrera. 215 tons
of frrfct and 2M baK of mail for this
jKrt and will leate for the Orient at 10
o'clock tifcf morning:.
On tbe iaet trip to San Francisco the
Itio anirwl on tim. The on the
JytM PrcfMwaler front mj nearly all
ilkd of nrrwe to the Itfo cet in on
iIbmj. It was the ccond time in eleen
years Unu fee etw arriel anywhere
On Tuewtay, October 9. at 1 p. m
tb Rio pel the American bark
Akfatt lte in kt. til ilepreesjJtO minuter
Um. 1.7T ileRrees .(17 minutes W.
HALF A MILLION TONS.
The O. It. fc L. Co. has placed an order
for half a million loin of Koslln coal
Milk a big Seattle linn. The coal will
le delivered here within fne years and ih
for the Mt-e of the railroad and the plantation
down the Hue and others on the
Now that there in a duty on Newcastle
eoal it has leen deemed advisable
to dra the fuel xupply from another
Kourcc and the contract with the Seattle
firm i the result of the endeaior for
cheaper iwil. The csirrymg of this
amount of fuel will mean that a
Kre.it fleet of eacln will be emplojeil in
delivorini; it. The nj the coal cargoes
run here, ou an aerage of about 2,000
tons to the essel, it will take 2T0 shiploads
to complete the order. This will
mean pbout four etels a month forthe
entire live years from Seattle.
An effort will lw made to hae some of
ill strain colliers engaged in the tralFic
on the coast tramtport coal.
of it how oxer, xvlll le brought here in
Hailing vessels and the parties to the
ixuitrnot are lunL.ng nbout to charter
xcsMiH for the work. The firt shipment
of the new coal is expected here
HHSSK IN A STORM. -
The Alden Hesse and Flintshire,
which left San Francisco together, ran
Into a urrible northwester just off the
(olden Gate. Tne txxo xiels hadi a
hard time of it for a day and the Atden
Hose lost several sails and wa on her
beam ends most of the time. This was
on Sunday, the lElrd. On -the 20th the
stoamer Coorpe ioomi spoVe the Bese
and Captain Potter reportwl some sails
but otherwise all was xxcll. The
Altlon Hose is on her xvay here.
Till NEW WHARVES.
Honolulu xvlll soon be in a better position
with regards wharf facilities than
ex'er liefore. Within a year the nexv
railroad xvill be completed and
ready for the accommodation of ships
of the largest sire. The three xx banes
xvill haxe room for at least fifteen
of nil sizes and the portion of the
contiguous to the rixer and the
xxbarxes xvill then be on the regular line
of n great deal of tralfic.
Sald a gentleman yesterday in speaking
of the condition of the harbor as it
is at present: "It Is almost impossible
to brlug a deeply -laden vessel to any uptown
wharves. Except at the Oceanic
and Pacific Mail there is not
sufficient to alloxv of a xessel laden
deep like the Iroquois or John P. Currier
to dock. At the nexv xvharxes building
by tbe railroad it will be isgjblc to take
n xessel right alongside instead of waiting
for a turn at either of the two other
xvharves, and wheu getting there to
uninterruptedly until tbe Is!
through discharging. Now xxhen a
gets to the steamer Avharves she
has often to stop discharges to haul
out and make way for a steamer. Sometimes
she has to do this two or three
times. This delay costs a good deal of
money, and rather than incur the additional
expense the captain of a vessel
xxould prefer to go to the Railroad barf
and discharge. It does not make any
difference to him xxhere he discharges,
as there is nothing in his charter that
compels him to discharge at any wharf,
and be will pur out his freight wherewr
it is moot isattsfactory to him and make
the consignees haul it from w here it Is pn
the xvbarf. If the consignees have to
haul from the Railroad -wharf it cuts no
ice tVe captain of tbe ship. That
is tbe lookout of the consignee."
MOANA SAILS LATE.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. J. The
Oceanic steamer Moana, xvhich was
scheduled to sail tomorrow night at S
o'clock for Sydney, via Honolulu. Apia
and Auckland, with thV EnHh mails,
.vrill not sail until the same hour Thursday
uigbt, owing to a debty in the arrival
of the mails. They xverc brought acros
tbe Atlanticby the Cuuarder Campania,
AvWich reached Nexv York last Sunday
morning about txxelve hour late as a
result of freight and r full list of pas-
Whcn you cannot sleep for coughing
it is hardly necessary- that any one
should tell you that you need a tetr
doses of. Chamberlain's Cough Rttnedy
to allay the irritation of the throat aad
make sleep possible. It is good. Try
it For sale by Benson, Smith & Co..
general agents, Territory of HawalL
Tb Mfkahala sails for Waiisoi at 4
p. m. today.
Tbe thtp Great Admiral will probably
trt away today.
Tbe schooner Aanie M. CaapWI
Chief OScer Johnson of the Bio is
arajn on duty in tbe resseL'
Tbe Niihau reports 1,000 bass of
left on Kauai up to Monday afternoon.
Tbe United States revenue flas was
hoisted over the custom boose for tbe
6rr time yesterday.
Captain Harhind. dock superintendent
of tbe Inter-island Steamship Co., baa
bvn ill since Monday.
Tbe Kinflju got away on time yesterday
She bad a lot of freight but a
rather small iiassenger list.
Tbe It. P. Ititbet and tbe W. II.
will probaby pet away for San
Franrico about Thursday.
Captain Sau Thompson, who baa ben
undfr tbe xrrather for several weeks,
went out in the Hall yesterday. He has
Tbe bark Ay Turner is coming here
from Hilo to take sugar. Captain War-land,
who ca:ie here in the last Kinau.
return! n steamer yesterday.
On Monday the ship Fort George
made the record in discbarginc coal in
this port. Duriuz tbe day 3S3 tons of
toal were put out. and this vras with the
loss of twenty five minutet.
The soldiers from the transport Hancock
were hn.l up all along the Pacific
Mail wharf yesterday playing crapa.
Some of them shot for pretty large sums
of money. Besides craps there were several
games of Russian war in full blast.
The bark J. C. Pfleuger. which was
purchased by John Itosenfelds" Sous of
San Francisco lately, is being fixed up
for a voyage to Australia. Her masb
xvdl be put in and everything will be
ready in abo:t ten days. From San
Francisco the pfleuger xvill go to Eureka,
xvhere she will load lumber for
Sydney, N. S. W.
II. J. Platts, chief engineer of the
steamer Ixxalani, for the coast in
the City of I'eking for a xacation of
alnjut three months. Mr. Platts has
been in continual service for fourteen
years and cxioct8 to haxe a most enjoyable
time during his trip. During the
absence of Platts, Engineer Dan Ballou.
who has just returned from the coast,
xvill take the Iwalani.
Tuesday, October 9.
Stmr Waialeale, Green, from Kauai;
107 green hides and S sheep skins.
Stmr Kniulam, Mitchell, from
Stmr Niihau, Thompson, from Kauai.
Stmr Kauai, Hruhn, from Ka'uai; 300
bags rice for Sing Chong.
Stmr Rio de Janeiro, Ward, from San
Stmr City of Peking from China and
Stmr Kinau, Freeman, for Hilo and
x ay ports.
Stmr Maui. Parker, for Maui ports.
Stmr W. G. Hall, Thompson, for
Gas seh Surprise, for Naxvilixvili,
Uanapepe, Makaweli, Wairaea and
Am ch Annie M. Campbell. Fried-burg
for the Sound.
TO SAIL TODAY.
Stmr Mikahala, Pederson, for Waimea,
at -1 p. m.
From Kauai, per stmr Niihau, Oct.
-Mrs. A. II. Smythc and one on deck.
From Kauai. ier stmr Kauai. Oct.
-Win. Guilfoyle and one on deck.
For Maui ports, per stmr Maui, Oct.
j) Joseph Cooke, Miss S. Kaleo, Miss
J. Kaleo. Mrs. J. O. Wilder, Mrs. John
Kaana, Mrs. Iosepa and child, A. Hocking.
J. W. Hall, B. D. Baldwin,
1'. McGinnK A. Euos, J. J. Drummond,
James Kennedy, G. W. Connor, J. N. S.
Williams. F. Whittrock, Chas. Jacor,
1). L. Stewart, J. U. and J. J. Ma-honey..
For Molokai, ier stmr Lehua. Oct. 0
Mrs. Nelson. Mrs. R. Andrews' ami
child. Mrs. Kema, Mrs. Polikapu, Peter
Kema and Mrs. Laumauua.
For Hilo and xxay ports, per stmr
Kinau, Oct. 9 Miss Inaoka, Mrs. J, T.
Alnli. Sam Noxvleiu, Miss F .Rathburn,
j. T. loir. D. Robinson, Capt. War-land.
Geo. Henshall. W. E. Dexereux,
A. V. Peters, P. S. Scales. E. Stewart,
B. D. Baldwin. Mrs. Henshall, child and
nnrse. Miss Martha Afong, C. T. Day,
J. W. Mason, G. W. lomb, Y.
Rex. S. Kanda, C. Shiozawa, G.
Aikona. J. Batchelor, C. V. E. Doxe.
Mrs. Espinda. Chas. Muller, Miss A P.
Jones, Mrs Arnold, Mrs. L. A. de la
Nux and 2 children. Miss Kate Corn-
xvell, Mrs. Bursh. Miss L. A. Curtis,
Mrs. R. Lishman, John H. Wilson, A. A
Braynier. Dr. VT. A. Schxvallie, Wm. H.
Mrs. M. Keobokalole, Mub E. J.
Hall, Mrs. G. E. Smithies and Miss E.
HONOLULU STOCK EXOHA1TGE.
BOXOXXLV, Tuea7, Oct . two.
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Bsvallaa AjrlcalmrlOo.. . ..
UnnllknSasixOo;. .. 310
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Hottol&aSufar Company...... S3
Haiku SuKarOoaspany.... 30
Katula FtaaUUoa Compear 31 33
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THE HONOLTLr iJKPTJBLICAK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ID, 1900
TIDE: , SXTS AND XOOX.
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La.- LQoarwron tte JtUi ax 1151 p. m
DIAMOND HEAD SIG2f AI STATION,
10 p.m. Oct. 9th. Weather
clear; wind light east.
H0YSJEBNT3 OF STEA3EBS.
Steamers due and to sail for the neit
thirty days are as follows:
Steamers. From. Due.
Moana S. F Oct-10
Coptic S. F. Oct. 17
American Maru S. F Oct. 24
Australia S. F. Oct. t
Mlowera Victoria 0:t. 27
Alameda 3. 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.
IT. S. S. Iroquois. Pond, Midway Island,
.Coasters not included.
Annie M. Campbell, Frledberg, Port
Gamble, Sept. 20.
Carrier Dove, Am sch, Bendt, Olympia,
Challenger, Am sh, Piltz, New York,
Clan Macpherson, Br sh, McDonald.
Newcastle, Oct 1.
Dominion, Br bk, Rodd, Newcastle,
Euterpe, Am sh, Saxe, Newcastle,
Enterprise, Am sch, San Francisco,
Fort George, Am sh, Morse, Oyster
Harbor, Sept. 2S.
Great Admiral, Br sh, Sterling, Newcastle,
Luzon, Am sch, Anderson, Port Gamble,
Rosamond, Am sch, Ward, San Francisco,
R. P. Riphet, Am bk, McPhail, San
Francisco, Sept 12.
Stjorn, Nor bk. Hale, Newcastle,
Skagit, Am bkt, Robinson, Port Gam-i
ble. Sept 27.
Star of Russia, Am sh, Martensen,
Newcastle, Oct 2.
W. H. Dimond, Am bkt, Hansen, San
Francisco, Sept 30.
Helen Brewer, Haw. ah New York
Henry Falling, Am sh New York
Hayden Brown, Am bk Newcastle
John C. Potter, Am sh Newcastle
Wachusett, 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. sh Newcastle
Ancenls, Br sh Newcastle
Fantasi, Nor bk Newcastle
Drumburton, Br ah Newcastle
Fresno, Am bk Newcastle
Alex. McNeil, Am bk Newcastle
Golden Shore, Am eh Newcastle
James Nesmith, Am sh Newcastle
Marion Lightbody, Br sh.... Newcastle
Quickstep, Am bk Tacoma
Ventura, Br sh Antwerp
Yola. Br ah .London
PDRDY & BAROi
AND GENERAL REPAIR WORK.
Shop: SUMNER'S ISLAND
Phone St. P. O. Box 1M2. Honolulu
ROCK FOR BALLAST.
( White and Black Sand
x 1 1n Quantities to Suit.
Excavating Contracted For.
Coral and Soil For Sale.
JMtpDamp Carts iurnished by we
the day on Hour's Notice.
E. B. hugecogk.
Bethel St., next to P. O.
NOTICE ts mm, AI6I1TEGTS
Mi UiLKRS. to
E. "W. Qnlan, 115 UhIob. street. Is prepared
to furabh wattmatm on first das
modern plumbing. Patronage s.
llclted, P.O. Box 1ST
Watchmaker a Jeweler.
mo. 8 ujtg st. vxa& kutjano
O. Box 1020.
The lots shown on tnis plot are located
upon the Pauoa Valley slope of
at an elevation of from 200 to 500 feci abor
sea level. They adjoin THE PACTFIO
and have a frontage upon Pauoa Road, now
behi widened and macdamized.
Located on high ground,
excellent scenic and marine
views are to be had from all
lots, and being upofn 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 a
the rate of Sio.uO per year
for each lot or at less than
city prices from our Pacific
Heights 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 of moderate
On Monday, October 1st,
will begin the sale of
these lots upon following
prices, terms and conditions:
Prices of Iota range from
$400 to 750 each according
size and location. One-fourth
cash at date of Bale,
balance in installments and
terms to suit purchasers.
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Offer for Sale: ' -;
Pwnt, Compoaml and Uutlding
Lucol Raw and Uoiled.
Linsd Kaw d Boiled.
Water-proof cold-water Paint, inside
and outside; in wblte aud
Alex. Cross & Sons'
Scotch fertilizers, aiinpteUfor sa-car
cine and colTee.
N. Oblandt A Co.'s chemieal Fertilizers
and tinoly ground Bonemoal.
STEAM PIPE COVERING,
JBeed'3 patent elastic seotioHcd pipe
FILTER, PRESS CL0TIFS
Lineu and Jute.
San Fnincuseo, Cal.
B ALDWLV LOCOIOTRrB WORKS,
Philadelphia, Pn U. S. sL
N'E WELL UNR'ERSAL JOLL CO,
(Jlanf. Cano Shredder')
New York. U.S. J?.
OULANDT .fe COn
Sail Fnumlsco, Cal.
lUSDON lllOS AND LO0OSIOTnTE
WORKS. San Franoisco, Cal.
Hawaiian navigation Co.
Knrnrisn snila frnm Hnnnlnln nvnpr .,...
x--.... v..u ..wu. .vr..u...v. J
ten days to Lahaina and Makenu, laoi,
and all the Kona ports of Hawaii. Alternating
Tueedays or Fridays with
inter-Island Steamera. thl tnros 1vnn
a 5 day service.
. Eclipse sails from Honolulu as soon
as possible after arrival for Kauai
ports, Koloa, Eleele, Uanapepe,
Waimea and Kekaha.
Tho vessels carry freight and passengers
and insure quick dispatch.
For farther information apply to the
M. W. McOHESXEV .fe SOVR
Queen Street : : : : : flonoiulu
UI). Q. IRUIK 9Q0. CJD.
Wm. G Invill TrfJ1flnt Vnnmnr
Claus Spreckels. . First Vice-Pros.
W. iL Gilfard Second Vice-Pros.
U. M. Whitney, Jr Treas. JbSoo'L
Geo. W. Rosa . Auditor,
AGENTS FOP. THE -
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Of San Francisco. Cal.
Hawaiian Ballasting Co.
NO. 16, QUEEN ST!
Curbing, Black and '
Soil of all Description for
Brays for Hire.
BEAVER' LDHCH ROOMS.
H. J. NOLTE : ; : : : Proprietor.
Fort Street, Opp. Spreckels Bank.
First Glass Lunches Served
With Tea, Coffee, Soda Watert Ginger
Ale or Milk. Open from
3 o. m. to S p. n.
Smokers' Eequisitea a Specialty
Mil tn n i ;m..fr
J SEATTLE BEER
On Draught or in Bottles
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